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 25, 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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iON 13 KILLE I tn:',-, prb, "'ulary: the lower house.ha actionva.. taken today in ie-fard to ARMS TRIUMPHANT. WOMEN FATALLY I it' ; ;:'I

RICH ? a very busy week beforeit the proposed private ss-ttkiaeu. of the ,, .
fi Tram an: i differences exlstin! between the mineworkers !
:enger DEPOSITOF and a resolution! is pending with! General Velutini Leaves For Barcelona | J ;

Were Complete! and employers STABBED : i j
COPPER the rules conmittte looking to cut off Ail the attorneys for the local companies and Ciudad Bclivar With 2,503 i ; ,

= on the Trai, !ayes: of absence! except ia providential
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have; gone to their respective Men, Wh He will Suppress LastRevolutior.ory I 'I
ravjs, that there be a full' I t
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Debris. homes for the purpose of coasuliin: ? I
r. bouie present for the transaction of Outbreak. Special to Th a Dally News: I t
with the head officials! and no negotiations ., '
: ..!ly News: Special to The Daily News buaiwas.: While It is not thoughtthat I Macon Ga., rO2J.Almoh com : I
for a settlement will he had Special to The Daily News:
South. Washington Ga, Nov. 2t-The such a resolution will: be parsed i pltely: disemboweled and bleeding 1- r '
C. :\oH.: until thy return clothed! with powerto
Seminole Mining company, which i ass the chances that the members from half dozen otn 1f i
?da wrecked, th. are negotiate for a settlement Clarence Caracas, Sunday, Nov. 23-General profusely a f i
operating 12 miles! east of Washington will remain here except in eases of Pr ugly wounds in the back, on the sidaand ; t
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the engineer au> S, l1arroof Chicago, leading Velutlul representative .il'
-trious-ly injured) has strick valuable deposits of where it i is absolutely necessary that I counsel for the mineworkers, who was dtnt Castro in the eastern provinces on th \ arms May Jaw Brown 3 'I ;

?"' o'clock in the copper. The shaft has been sunk to a they be away. in New York yesterday, returned to will leave tomorrow for Barcelona an.l comely negro girl of 18, was Saturday (i !
depth of 20;; fet and the dwpe-r it Two special or.ders have been fixed night ambulanced to the city heap : i '
day. He said he was in New York Ciudad Bolivar, with :2,500 men to inaugurate
goes the larger the quantity and the for consideration by the house, and it tal In a dying! condition! : '
... 3 41 started on iujiiii for the purpose of seen; friends and a campaign against the rev 11
in tholi better the quality of copper ore. is likely there will be a third. Th olutionists. In interview today The wounds were inflicted by an un. !
while still that the proposed strike settlement an i
R.( three box cars One hundred and fifty tons of ore polke patrol bill, by Mr. Blackburn of negotiations were not mention!:' 1 General Velutini said: known negro boy who appeared at the ;' j i i
\ have been extracted and is being run Fulton, comes up for consideration room In which the Brown girl was ; I
"The revolutionists have thousand
.. .t. :. loose at the junco while! he wag Darrow hail a
through a smE"ltprI.'hich the companyhas after fpmlnutps before he began I
.. ...L.LS down the hill tomorrow morning immediately a conhrer.ce with Mr. Mitchell! today. troops at Barcelona but it is not stopping: a
just completed. Mr. Bushmaster the reading of the journal. This meas.ure using his knife. The quarrel lead. i
i and also had a talk with I. U. Burns, believed! any hard fightiiig will be necessary slag
of Columbia college New York, Is >o- provides for a patrol of a captainand to the cutting was brief. Ha 1 ;
..; the passenger; train one of the attorneys tor the independent : to capture these troops.
sated at these mines for tie purposeof six men in each militia districtso Ci claimed that the girl had 41 cents of e 4 I
Barcelona and
1 1. were completely opratars. No action of any kind With the tall of
testing the value of the metals. that the passage of this measure i-ithi-r udad K'olher: the revolution! will his money and when she denied it, I
t t c !lox cars Three was rld-.I upon at conference. "
t His tests shmv that tno matter COD'talns b"\\ drew knife with 4-inch
would put 11,172: additional police he a Jack a
A. "v slightly: damaged officers Much Interest is manifested in the ended, and Venezuela will enter I
n the following values ten: blade. No the defenseless I
pw in the field. The bill providesthat warning was given -
of the long of A new
a period
i: track position independent companies \ peace.
Copper, $12'i; gold $120; silver. those Om ers Shall patrol theirrcsiHKtlVtt 1'1'\0-1 girl as ho I began carving f! ,
;: .-t bow the bat a committee! from which will lution i is not feared. There can

,. R.a.n} ,nias every i4.r.o., districts at least once a hold a conference with the coal carrying lit t ( MaU-os, supported by foreign her. Two ugly deep stabs were m j j
I Wiley. Mitchell & Co.. of New ,I week It Is their duty to arrest all! : flirted" In the back, one was shown ''i .
b the railroad roads in New York tomorrow.They capital; leading nnlitaiy j
: t MI;h cue York the principal owners of this !. idlers, vagrants and criminals: .: and want to know what concessions ) : ten thousand men and plt.n.1 across the left arm, near the wrist, 1: :
j I \'aillahip"Ol1f'rt!'. have spent recentH while the ugliest of the lot waa : :
I for making such arrests they are to one i 1
1 ,. 'iHlpOMtlim ISt will! be made them by the coal ty of amnundiioIL"NEW -t
\ I some $12uOO.i in etjuippln the from site: to side '
receive the same fees as are paid I 'I
roads before consent
u the gra c: carrying: they .
mine! with the necessary nvachinery. the sheriff. They are also relieved of The row occurred at a house 01 '
,. >n :in? un;" to an increase InVa!::" ?
road duty and a penalty of $5 is fixed I I Pine str.-ct. in a section occupit d i-y I I
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for failure or refusal to serve. I Severe Encounter Takes Place at Las :: tt"gro's The boy p-wapt rig t I I k,

BOY ON TRIAL The child labor bill, by :Mr. Houston CHARLES ROTH IS Dantas. 'I Ii
i !oc kfd and'ore :
1, u trains of Fulton, will be the special order 'I I XVillenistadt. Island of Curacoa, I CHURCH-COINC-- ,

.- .. .-ta iron FOR MURDER for Wednesday morning. This .bUll I "JAGKTHESLASHER"Special Nov, 24.-A new invasion of Venezuelafrom III

-'. .;' 'e bra has the unanimously favorable rf';;o CJlomhia'curfl: {\ recently f

--- of the committee on education, and it ol tn r.ists, Yeuezur- .
.' .muni' 2,20,1 re\ ; < GOTHAM

,'j i !l..1' .\;. Special to The Daily! News: is strongly supported In many quar Uns and Columbians, liberated as a I jw j I' f

ters.The to The Dally News retail of the surrender of General --
Macon Ga Nov', i" .-"The Bibb snpei bill provides that no child under I s4
:; ... New York. :\24.-'Charles Roth! tribe tribe, and commanded by Gen .
for court opened today with aj- 12' year of age shall work in any a i iiutunt in a Brooklyn hospital, has erals Ilangel./ Oarbarls and esprit I Special to The Daily News: t ;

'I: H S, arm !bro other murder trial on, the defendant ,I factory in the state unless a widow..dmotbP1' (confessed says The Herald, that he Santo Morales entered" Venezuelan New York Nov :21.-According! to i U.
Bass Nash, a young negro boy or wholly invalid father is a':; a Just made there" I
canvass oxeluding : -
I" ': al) .1 proba.UyIT being was the man who. on the night of territory.On are
Several days ago Nash and a negro solulely dependent upon It for support Nov. 14. cut and stablx-d three men Saturday last. Jitter a severe "a- J.'is1syna (J ll<>s, 30C places !' : '

.. .. :.;.' : badly! I: boy of his age went hunting. In the : ; that no( child under 10 years of at the residence of William II. Gardiner counter at Las Itentas with Veneza- ef Christian! worship on Manhattan island f"

,'1, r afternoon Nash returned to the city, age shall work In a factory under any at Bath Beat-h. elan! troops commanded by President with a represented membershipof I .

"1 .'.'.t ; .a.rtanburg-, stating that his gun had gone off ao circumstance; that no child under The "Jack-the-Slashfr" for whom Castro's brothers the revolutionistswere 4fi.:,."1:1): On each of the first three i i

: he was climbing! a fence and that thAI 14 years of age shall work in any fa"- checked. !Sundays of this month chosen Because S n t
: tl! injured, the (police habC'en searching, turns '
I contents of the barrel took the life tory between 7 o'clock p. m. and 6 out to Iv an inoffensive! appearing, Colombia is generally regarded as people are all:! in town, and no !

..-,'3 o "aster, badly of Joe RocVmore. No one saw the o'clock a. m. and at no time unlessit ; German a collector, who asserts that, bring Innocent of the movement unusual conditions 1 prevail, out of tho "

killing but some doubt was thrown can read simple! sentences in the thinking Mrs. Gardiner was the woman though the government of Caracas In 1 td&1.if2 population (Manhattan:: island I I I

noun Ndhh's statement and he was;: !n- English! language and write its own sists that Colombia is responsible. there attemled public services .
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pars;; messent;er against whom he had a small account J
1I din t1i by the grand Jury for the murder name and that in all instants wherp I 4ri1.Cn; ;: adult! person', the average ot 'i'
> called at the house where he
.... ht.1'1' The ovMence against the pri. the pro\isicns of this law apply. parent actual counts. Of this number 19.:: l!
: ww l baCy:! rapped( on the back door after dark.
oar is purely circum-tautial or guardian of the child so wo.kme ELEPHANT KILLS I tl'l were men. There are supposed I f'
'::11" 1lhlly: I Hoth says that a man within saw n
-- in a factory shall file with the to be 4 2,973: ; persons under 15 id 1 : I t
him and screamed for help. Neigh.burs :
factory authorities a certificEtp showing Manhattan. I I I i' 1
SEA COVERED ALL ALIKE TO rushed up, be 11!( larpd, fell! upon( HER KEEPER I
1 1 the child's: age and condition. him and he drew! a pocket knife to I Leaving children out of consideration ., I other important| bills! try th'tr"'f'r' 937.189 persons who
defend himself. Becoming greatly excited j
WITH ASHES: ABDUL HAMIDSpecial ward the head of the calendar anlwhii he ran away Two of the men --- did not attend chnrchc. This makes! ;

b will almost certainly be reached were stabbed. One, John McMahon Special to The Dally News.' no allowance for the strangers in thj I d !

this week unless crowded out iiy city; who may have ' -- I was so severely cut that it was Valdosta, Ga, Nov :!!4.-Gips, the I '
the /general tax and appropriation bill but who are not vounte-1 in the : :
thought he- would die He made hit huge performing elephant of the IUr- ,
to The Daily News: is the bill by Mr. Mill of Bibb I /
Daily News to r' lation. Of the total! 1 attending all sef'I
way home and with hip family, prajl'dday ris Nkrkle Plate show, !became unmanageable ..
New Yirko\'. _4.-'leaae of the> quire all railroads along or across any vices each Sunday nU17I''re a:; 1
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: gun- after day for the recovery of :MeMahon alter the performance in
.'cli non-Miissuiman:: committees have attended public road or which obstni t any Protestant and 317.451:: at Romart : J
\ : arrived here from '
I The worry brought on senous this city Saturday night, and killed!
the sultan's! birthday ,levee an'l public road In this state, to !bpcoranIncor Catholic pae! v) of worship. All three ,
: .1 10 the Mare Island illness!! and h* was compelled' to her keeper, Janes O'Kourko. Another
made! congratuldtoiy! speeches to his |>oratol under the laws of Geor Sundays were pleasant daa. Takingall r
i i.she will !remain t.1L. enter a hospital where he is now T" member of the show was also
majesty, says a Times dispatch front gia. The admitted object of this Hl! religions! ; 1'ocil'S.Ii;;; per f'f nt of J I '
L. : g repairs. Captain covering;, but he" declares that he was injured" in endeavoring to capture ani:
of London. is to require the Southern Railway claimed ,
Oocstar.tinoi.le. by way their membership attended ,
urt.u'is: ; of the Ranger :
compelled to clear his conscience bv chain the infuriated animal.
The Litter, in replying, is quoted\ shaving company to !secure a charter in G.r.gia public worship on each of the three i
::1 11- .if the effwts of
admitting that he was the person for The show people lost all control of
said: "I make no distinction! so that it can be sued in the stat Sundays-77 pecfnt.. for Protestant! i
"IP volcano anta.Iari: \, whom the police! had searched in the elephant! and after terrorizing a j 1
between: my Mohammedan and r.iy courts, instead of almost every case, attendance and tn5; for Roman t
i' the Central
tin vain. goodly: portion of the" people on Toonu
1 Christian! subjicts. They are all! alik" as now, goin to the United States Catholic I
II' at th, time were not McMahon: has almost recovered. street, she made her escape to the p :
I. :: to me an,1 all stand on the same lev'I l l courts. j W
.faster that had fallen country where she was followed and

.)!.1. in my estimation." T- I shot to death near Cherry Crook U :: J

.>f T.-hauntepcc the Ranfnt was The the correspondent first time says' the that sultan! as tinsexpressed this SHE WAS 107 WU TING FANG'SFAREWELL miles north of the city, after an all- SHOULD TEACH ; I'

days in a thick atmos- night chase.
himself: in public: his declaration -
IUmh'ftnt' and ashes I The: mad creature's escapade created HER SHARP LESSON : 1
has attracted considerable attention YEARS OLD s
-airfare of the sea in all ; Intense excitement and althoupn j \

Thishort whch was 1 it occurred after 12: o'clock! at night,
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,distant f'om Santa Maria a largo crowd was attracted to( the
Special to The Dally News. .1.1I i
Iiinilirtl Ten Sail.
on a IN-iiny
i With white aslit: s Special to The Daily News. Special to The Dally News.New" scene '
The little daushter: of Mr. J. X. I Cologne, Nov 21.-In an evidently 'i
Chi The elephant! went Through her usual
San Bernardino Cal., Nov.. 24-\la.:: York, Nov. 24. Former
JUDGE Powell jumped on an inverted rake vie Catalina last of the famous Serano nese :Minister: Wu Ting Fang has made performance in the ring in her Inspired note The Cologne Gazette :J' ,''
BLOUNT made of ten nail of today says: "England should l certainly ;
penny and thrust Indian basket weavers Is dead. public says a World dispatch from apparently docile manner, but became
: teach Venezuela a thafp !lesson,
one nail entirely through her foot She was 107 years old at the time or San Francisco, the following farewellto unruly before the tpnts were stru:. I 4 I

CRITICALLY ILLTe and a second one half way through her death, having been born 21 years the American people: It was the last performance of the since President Castro refused to recognize 'I' '. .
the demands of Justice and equi i i ity.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm was after the tiNt settlement of this valley !- "F'cople: It is nearly 6 years sinceI season the show going into winter s
and other" states have i. I
promptly applied and five minutes by Fran (' !IC'ans. The Senna came here and during my residencein quarters at Pane Park, near the city : ; '
for complain:
serious grounds
the most America I have found it very pleas After the stew O'Rourke started with ; F
Liter the had tribe formerly powerful on
: pain disappeared aud I toe relations of Venezuela :
Daily News. and it is time
the const side of the San Bernardino ant. On the ,,'h.+.e, I have been r> the elephant to the park, riding on I ,
I. N' t' 2I-Judge: 1 Jim no more suffering wa experienced. her toward foreign powers should '. .
mountaIns has dwindled to a ceived in a very kind and courteous head. He is thought to have been
.If former In three days the child was wearing: away be defined. !I 1 1 I #
Congressman: mere handful of government pensioners way by the American people the highest under the influance of whisky and Is I
numlerici only 51.PILES. officials and all. said to have left the show groundscolding Amid :j it I
ludtshir* no discomfort. Mr. Powell i is Asleep flames. '.
:n the Philipis ('fore leaving this hospitable! and prodding the already"

's I desperately] ill: at tin a well known merchant of Korkland, shore I want to express my grateful maddened animal. Near' the Baptist Breaking into a blazing home, 11 ;;

sanitarium: in San FrancisH Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and Constipation! Is mostly responsible appreciation of the uniform kndne! church the keeper fell off the elephan:. some firemen lately dragged the ;f r '

.' ount; has been in a very I heals such injuries without matura- I for pile*. Masses of hard, dry faeces and courtesy shown to me by all striking! thft ground almost In front of sleeping inmates from death. Fancied 1 ,!i.

>'t !lion: for several monthnlviiown *. tion and in one-third the time required -, packed in the bowels, press on the classes of people I have come 1n contact hw. AU the evil in her huge body security, and death near. It's 'I : r I

-' : was due to a sun by the usual treatment. For veins to such an extent, that the with. I shall carry with ma seemed aroused when the man! struck that way when you neglect coughs '! : ;

b' ho received while riding sale by all druggists and medicine' circulation of the blood is interferedwith very pleasant remembrances of my; the ground, and before he could makea and colds. Don't do it. Dr. King's :j ; r !

'n northern Luzon onThs I dealers. the veins in the rectum be- stay. I am glad to notice that the move to pare. himself, she placed her New Discovery for Consumption ,I ; I ,

: trouble was follow-! friendly relation between this ponderous fet on his body and crushed .
country -
and piles is the re- !
expanded gives
\ come perfect protection against all ,
'v st-rluus attack of thef It
and mine have been always cordial hw Hfs out She knelt on the body +
line of silver
,. i The finest sterling
I Throat, Chest and Lung Troubles I '
tropical dysentery. sult.Cure the constipation by usjnHEPATICURA and within the last four years and then rolled the insensible'and dying It
oods and silver novelties is to be
I Ii ? and the piles will : closer than ewer before and I hope man alon; with her trunk for 75 Keep it near, and avoid suffering, f
treat virtue of found at J. I. Stephens' Prices to far ad death and doctor's bills. t '
Burnett'jmet heal themselves if not too that this state of things will long yards A tea- I : ,

: is purity. It is rea 1 please all. I II vanced. As HEPATICURA is en- continue." spoonful stops a late cough, persistent t
\"r,at and nothing but tirely free from irritating effects, it the j
;, va- use most stubborn. Harm
If want a good Bedstead is well to take it in advanced cases, Quality is what makes price. If
\ t. (Always use HiirCandies i iS iT1rr I to keep the faeces soft. Sold by all Doyen want a magnificent watch Burnett's Vanilla Extract was no better less and nice tasting, it's guaranteedto +

i or a nice Crib for they I Ii for little money? It so, call on than other extracts its price wouldbe satisfy by W. A. D'Alemberte,121 '

Gun th '; atman's, ;o to Marston 4"1'' drug'ists.'I?< Stephens, the jeweler. He will ac. the same. Once tried, always S. Palafox street. Price 50c and $l.

Quina's. !!;tzdgin, the :best tJr ac.I commodate you. used. Trial bottles free.II ,

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:; Tested Free of Charsirarions *-

jt it \.>.:Vl.'j .'/. -''' .ii& :;t!.. ,.1' Syrup of Firs; appeals to the cultured and the ( :Mandy. in I po an' find;out ARMOUR PACKING CO, Armour Station Kansas City, Kansas

/ I'l', ,.r";'.,. :: l..., JI \\x-li-informcJ! anJ tll the healthy, because its component if it's hurtin' my eyesight tew mid the ,

I .,. ,; '>'. paper. -
'r- \ wholesome
/ : parts are simple and and because -
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/ :,\:;: :c: -_ it acts without disturbing the natural functions. I, f:1tlCly-\n'lf it is are yew ;::nlu' tewojuaiiiltT I \lIUWlnaty. I NOTICK,
god money on sjieetaeles'rFanner The I have
,. / .. -'. :--rZ',... ;_ .' it free from i undersignedtakesthismethod been aut' < .'
.. .. r: "' : as b wholly every objectionable .
/ ... 't. .. .. '61.... ". .. Skinflint! No: I'm go'.u tow of :}fI'rinoher services as a subscriptions f.-r \\'
v /' ::i.'j(' /:::_ou. : :. .... quality or substance. I In the process: < fmanufacturing. II give up the P:1IH'r. rlr-t-class licensed midwife, haying j Bryan's paper, "1'1 h, ,. <

t t I. ...f ,:':{ ,rli7i; : )', \. \1.'.' .' figs are used, as they arel:1J 1 had 35 year* experience !i The price N ll.uo' i". rvance. .

'i r ...., \1-' I Can give bet of references from Tio-e! ct'-I ....
: :: .:a,.. .,. :. pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal [, t'.nlti Only For Hi VHlt>. I :

.::' -.', ;J-N. .. '."- ':""q"i'/l'" ::. 'fr: ->;:. "':" ...".';::\. .-'-. .. virtues of Syrup of, Figs are obtained ; It 1'1 l a notable: fact that in Atiyssinih j jj leading\ physicians MRS.: of M. thicity.GIDDEXS!.' ;i can fl.Wtutht'ulld.'r huve: it -i nt t":1.. : :I

", '.t : ",/)) !, :q) j I'1-. :"., from an excellent combinaticn j none but those who are related to time 'IlI1omm'h :
; : / ? South
t ,. --- .'.; ..:.. ..:;:; plants lit 114 DeVtllierf Ht. j H.Car. V! i
\ Sft r f known to be | I is jieriiiitteil to wear: c.M In [ I
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\ ..'.. '"t- : b .x: :.:>. : 1'.''.''-'' ;t ..' : .t'T ; ::... act ni""t: bem ficially.To any form. They may deck themselves | CURE YOURSELF '
':.7; < ., v' ':1 ( jl" ". I
with iliamhniis and other !
':. r :\ ',.\\0'1'i. :;; .: : (. ;; ';':''' i...ra. ... .. 't' .: ..': ;":t t beneficial) E-ffects-buy th? previous' I fCnaS dlsthargealndammahona.I'eeltlgU: unMlur3' ; ,
;! :; D stones but tlit jewel* must not tie set i.lm54a I
i-: \( \. ( ::;; ..-: d1U1I1t'-mmufllturnl theLouisville Cowan l rrrltauune or ulixraliuuaeetbrWct.e.
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',' >'....,.,. ,,.;.;. < "r' r .. ": by ', In ;Aid 1.TIll'\ penalty' for infringementof ; .. nf mucous I&fuiorsnc.
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\ ( Pam I"-.anti out aetra'
:: ," I n.tapm. I These tiny(Y.p. .
:. ';:; -i\, \ this law is death by decapitation. !7 THEbA.6CHI8'C1tC0. gt'Dtlr poisonoiu.
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s4 L'r/' ..' .',!i".- ;-F?<_".,'".. ,', I __ ___ ____ ___ ;INCdrAnO.Sold by Droggilt/. to Balaam ,'t iill. r, '
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::/:"!. : ";".:. 'I tlJ expreae. prepaid I I'y :
9fffr. :.. ) ffiIA'' 0 iiO ur 3 twill.-.. V' 'Igrete48L' ...
...'s. ::; 1F:: .. 1 / t.,. AUI fo : DR. C. GOLDSTEIN =a >CBoii'V''ircnlu=_ wet oa r"c.r ; ...1.. .' .....i,"" ? -

.,'. .. ::z,1';"l" .:.>:'fP'w'il". ,. ....->.,.,,.0\' CIICHESTER'S EIlfGLISHEUNVROVtl .1 w' .-

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1 '....:..,i, 4..:"':'''.'':;''' / Ky? New tJl....::1-0\" kin. .1 {.old .r.a. i. ... of c' PARKER'SHAIR '
.' YorkN.Y.vPrice'fiiiyicents ..
.'..... 2 -'t-" w'. b 'l..L....,b.". k. .... t + BALSAM
t ; .i'> For sal.z. by all. dru rff-ats. 1cI Iy eY_ 11'uap! rou.-nL.ta.rl.a.. end laelte.I I ClfM t> u t:
a I perbottle. : opTiQSPECIAIIST I Ii.. II...,.. H" .,1 ...r ,urvrtrt .r cot 4 a _ii l-n il I'i I Ili.
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; ti i ;i WILL POSITIVELY LEAVE TOMORROW '...--. .". .w I./ t 1 i 4 *,' -H' .. .

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Capital Stock of Pine Hill Company Missing Jeff Moore Was a Victim of

Increased by Directors. BECOMING) SERIOUSRiotous I Accident Near Greenville.: ..rHt'il't
: s I I Greenville.! C., Nov. :24.:! -The Ixvl!)
Goldsboro. X. C. Xnv. 1M.-F. A
I yi it of) Jrf! Moore! son of J. D. Moore 01 Gas and Steam fitter

74. } c f Silver, of the Tine Hill Mining! company I Victor Mills.I Gre.ers county, way ,

to I has! mad public the tact that Demonstrations In found Saturday alternoon by L. S

t his bated of directors this week at Front of Palace. in Enore.- river about 2 mileBrown No. i Scuth Palafoz Street.

r r a meeting; in St. Paul, Minn., decide.: above Pi'lham. All Kilt Pla
-- ll 01 nbing and Wa Fittings Materials Kepi .' i
i to increase the capital ate-k of thPine YlI1lUgroon': who was partiall.domrrted Ir ;t '
t 1'IbNQa47rLA.
;i1, : $ Hill; bold mine la llau.loliii! had wandered from hoi.-:! tr J.'LP.
t v l county to one niilllim.Mr. there weeks apo. and despite effo-)! ----. -
Police Captain Maso and Two Officers
Silver, returning from :t. Paul 01 anviou parents! and many frit ad!.-

came by Xe\v York and made deals Wounded-Mob of Strikers Drive no trace of the boy could be t'omi'l I
a ''
+ Employee of Western Railroad From The body was partially decompose l i BOWL STANDARD \ffHKffi. |]
{ with a New York tirm of ,tllden\ : ir' Dr. 0. Goldstein, the well-kunwu'
and there are no signs; of foul plav I -
ers for placing the slut'k. A two him the Train. Optic e r pecialiyt, will remain in 1'en-
Th supposition is that the boy fell'
drcd thousand dollar plant with a capacity ; sacola a few days longer.\ HH i> \ Years Old {in>t Cases Gf( 4 Full Qmls at S3.20 it'i1 -.:'.
lIl'ata.ov.. 24.-During a des in the river while on his way to IV! toppinx at Hotel( cambia wh! 'rt ,
to t of one thousand Urns per dayj J,1
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z will be install'l1.James : Biuustratiou! in from of the palace today ham where rf'latilivp he invites all de--mug to have <:lis-e h
1 l Crouan of SjM: )kane.. and engineers Police Captain Mash and two u- i adjusted to their eyes to call III"JII' THIS WHf.SKKYi-distilled at tl.t-. \, <
ask fuiperusal
him. The Doctor a car': -
Suffering From Car Shortage. ., Oi-tillery, and i i.. fully nutuf-il' ;, l
; i' frl. ill St. Paul and Uulut'.i.wy : ficers were wounJ 'tl. and two strikers : of the following : '
llirm tllrtam. Ala.. X24.Th" '. before bottling. it is absolutely, mild) rctlli > >
I i Iltrl.
tL 1
: ;4 that the line Hill mine in th* were killed. Two pulirenu'n and several Having Ind iu.Lny yearexperi 't .
d of tin.mi. -
shortage of cars and locomotive : i'i quality by any \Vhi-k-y
4 quantity of ore available and the sca= strikers also woutTSotl.! ei'.ce with a large practice. I ire ell lode l lir
were .10 mutter where produced. Tin- g"y.dr: :
i I I
with! the railroads! i is stall
more '
3 :3 ; of operations contemplated, will! surpass The strike here becamtgoueral to- p-o 'abled' to relieve ton-e peramh I VI I-, I, old when bottled, and, i' II'
m nonnee.!. and greater inconvenience'Is i ailment of the *
o, j '.4 anything they have ever seen. iay. The: conductors and motormoiicontinued 'I land eye call-11 : p.-m Its exceili) lit qtrility, is the chi'apcit; w'6k': y
feet -i ht. I will '. i,
the industrial
f y being experienced by impel ; iriv. ''ie market bevi-ia. anti!
t" Members of the board of directors tluir cars until 17o'clutk : at that !price. A a
ptoplf of this district. Some of the [ a satl..f.tclorexmiulllinu: .id l n
j Htiiiiulant there hi'Shii'ji'd
ab <<
{ I HII >i liitely pure in fI
will here Dec from St. Paul
come Cre'-'i- with .
i wh-a suitable
SUIl'Hitf'1II1t'lIt : the gla---
railroads have: proposed to relieve the eyes \ in caries containing uo markwhat) v '
i y to arrange tor further developmentol wuud onlt-rrtl a "'ls1Un of trafll'1.Ht In the rapid progress ..f -eieni-e
I indieauemiteuts. "'tlH l
situation: by offering the use of box I purchaser upmi '

f Y, ,I thb wonderful mine. : had asked civil govt-ruor for pier oars The coal operators have trig! :and scicntilic invention for the. pa-t .f wllI-k..y, i* not .ati-fltd with the "lilt ,1
ten fHtt'ell'ear* Much : -t- been '
or .
---- ( hut the authorities un.i- can :M'liiin lilt lit ami '
(ctinn. were Bailie our expeii-!
to use these (cars however, with !it-i
I done discover the real of
to c m-i '
TCNNENT LOMAX IS EURIED. |: will btrefunded..
theni w,"-e wrwhed and some motor- I' ,
t 1R tl!P success, as they find th!y are n.t lors of visual (power in both youti S .
An "icierihould be t It '
kJ 7P } accompanied :
r i49 them w<*rt wricked and same mote suite.! I901Uf' |I old and much been learned
ti\ the chutes at the mints, and and has TIGHT YEARS OLD curr'-ni-y. 1'.tuniCI' nJIIIIurdl.r., bmk iti I! i
Secret Orders Sons of Vet.
Military turn and {'UIlilu'to1'1' injurr-d.! Themen I
I land means di-covered t" remedythe .
other method will 1n
have to be in I'r., money nrdf'r.VIJ refer t" 10 IfH -: NHI
:{ M : erans. Pay Tribute.Montgomery. ., were willing to main at work. vented. A prominent railroad agnt defects of tho eye by the u- of. pL1ANDARD Ala. Nov 24 --The I .
: t but officials of the company in orderto stated that instead of slackln? up. th" glasses.Spectacles! I
., funeral which loltowt! the *hould be u-ed wlfii-'
{ procession protet-t the properly, de'med it i.deniand for =
remains Hf Tennent lomax to trgrave -> wise cars was steadily In'rpao'i j j i ever the vi-ion becomt: in the lea-i A. FRIEDMAN
to susp:" nd .
\ng. He stated that some of the cars j; either ,
I I Impaired, by dly or night
?t known
{ tr ? was the largest ever Th. situation is :ra\'t' The polic which the railroads! ordered month., '|, Coininoii tpeftucles should not bt 1

1 "1' In Montgomery.The will not make, any arrest.owing to ago have n01hp n delivered I. b.if':' used under any cirCUI1l,taIH'h, ache SiiLE 1'BHI'KIKTOK. l'E SAIIII\ !I.
I Knights! of Pythias. Odd Fellows the of the t I I II i
pionouaceJ sympathy may refracted
that they are coming very slowly and [ light} unevenly and
and Red Men turned out iu a I I' (I BOXII"' ?ir.i.Krti: f '" '
or any other city officials with the the railroad officials! of the district |I !such cau-fs the: eye to fail very' 1

fist body and the I'lu !.s military company strikers. A mob of strikers drove a: .. at their wits ends to relieve! the''!: rapidly wlitreu", if HUAZJLIxN,1'KJJBLKS : t115K .
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ht formed i the oscurt. : or the KINK&T t'I VS-
the eini'Uiyps of the Western railroad situation a +
The ("onfedeiate Veterans' Camp from a tram' this morning. No bread II,I TAL LKXSES; ; are properly uitU-i' ] 1 RlwnetA' (1rI !handle every class( of Liijii

'r 'fir ,r hy. a 1..0:11 furnished: ( delegation in uni- I| ed, the eye will but see perfect aIiu bulk or b'.ttl". wholebulu or retail
a\: a or meat is nn sale! and a contintiani" Lockout at New Rochelle. ;, youth, but i- 'trfll ;th/'II"U and + ui I
form and the Bona\ Veterans were of the strike will much sU'l..r.iug x art way down.
i ; cause -
New York Nov :::4A hl'k'lut'a> |I preserved.In .
out in force. The weather was Ideal to the poor.Warehouseman's. dr'iantl today by the RniMi-rs! andCbnttaetors all cake- nf. imperfect vi.-nm. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BE-H.

Lt + and there wis a great outpouring If : association! of New |{i,. !! and headache caused thereby, a perfect

1 J't'tplt''h <'h overflowed the largest Association.Now spectacle: will give relief '1'"
I rlielle. which !
fon-e.l al the building i I
church in the city where the I'uneialSfrvices York. Nov. :! t.-Several important eyes tired weak. painful m TIME TABLE.
trades workmen in :2 Y b were held. matters will!! be discussed! and blurred. they olfer a s-trenrtheiiiii: ;
New York and hmon.. X. V I II re't and refre-hmeut. In other
At the gate the Odd Fellows acted upon at the annual conventionof LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROADN
g i to the Connecti'-nt lint to quit woe! word, remove the cause of the dlf-

4' and Pythians added their burial rites the Amen{ Warehouseman's as Tw number! of men ont j is about; ,, liculty, and the eye will have the ; : EKKKCT; DKChMllKK: : 1. IM

to those of tin- church and the Ku-'P I sociatkm which will lie held at Wash ifiLntrtl brishtne, beauty and i
l.i>"i) The trouMe Brew out of a re '
}! fired! a salutet I ington. D. C.. on DpcemlK! :3 to :"i.ImIusivp. rent strike atised hy a disagreement j|| health. It rtquires profes-ional'I New Orleans and Mobile.

It is reported here tonight that Particular interest will: I I, ifiiidance. even when the best article --- -- .. -
between plnni! pp.and their employj j
C \left in hli111 handsome 1.0'1 in j I? olft-red. as the eyes are frequently '.
ma a renter the subject of fire inaiirancf.Warehousemen vo.A. !>to... So.L I No.B Nn< 1
pre idi;?"iinilir: and they require compound 1n II n:1" m iL AS p' pIlVt... P"n.tC01a. ... Arrive 1iM.! a 4 I
A quest to the university. I complain of their ir- John Sherman's Son-ln-Law Suicides. I leti-es. MfIO" :iTp 1111 a L-arc...._ lomaton.. i.eave I +;"t a : t

I IChatlal1"'o I ability to obtain a sufficient amouiit 11:00": 4'itp 't.f-J. It Leave ... Mobile Leave i 1:.IOn', 1' .. .
u-e glasses' of too
v r ? Governor Nas Returns Home. of insurance. The companies itseems pf-ri-ons -=.::..... h '5p u' 7.tJ 1.rav.." VPw flrl"anfl Lrav. '_ _wn p ; It
t ;a. Tenn.. Xo2 .-Govrnor j I North Carolina Crop Report. 'i ;great refractive power or too strop;
ti have been uttinz down theirto
'!iu tnaznifyini power, -uppo"iuj they
s I North.
Raleigh X C.. 024.'fht North
< Nash of Ohio and his
private j
1 ": such an extent that ware- *ee better or economize, that they
ti I "' secretary left for Columbus Ohio j I h01i''mpn have been obliged to seek Carolina: crop report for Nuvcmh- ', may not hold the type so far away I

this murnlna. alter spending a week i issued by the state agricultural d-! >- from Ih"IU in *0 hort a time. This :\o.t: So. 4. So. 1 V'llOI ,
insurance with I
I I ) pm n:15 II m Leave Arrive ;
here with the monument commission I' feature of the meeting will partment. gives the following figures 1 i is entirely! a mistake, :as thi cause4the 1I: ill m ArrIV .. :Mont (olnery.I.eave 11:15..10 "'
of that !'Rtat I he Yield' of Gorton compared! with last cilary mu-cles to relax: causes a lI : llam 1IlJ'pm! -\rrlv..Hlrrnlulbl\mJ.\.1I 5:151am 4 i ;:
i d renewal of the effort to have ...
Arrtva.-ainvctle .Lravr
hHrdenin of the Cry''I'lllltlll I.en"f. 7p)5pm 8:10a IU
li'2 of tobaico ,!
rd d year. : yield comparewith .4'101
warehouse receipts negotiable. r::) am 9l.tam Arrlv" Lonhville .. 1..lIfe D.I5pm
ti 1 i and have to change for still i ij
l lI
i you m
Cat I. 10
Leave m
Wireless Stations For Jamaica. last year. lurt. Following are 7:90 am lIfdI a mrrIV8 Cncinnatl! p
1 I i I j stronger len"e*, in rapid ..ucce'iou.j| --1.! 1\ m l'Y, p_m_ I -\rrlvP "tI.oul' .f..ave 4:15 II m F "
t er Kingston. Jamaica., ='11\'. :2J.! -A hill CYNICISMS. percentages of yield as compare 'I and I-!! the power of accommodj-i

"+ has been prepared for introduction I I with averages: Corn 90.' pt'anuts1.! Lion, or loe the power to a
1 4 into the local I islaturr i next: yea i If the averace: man's salary wire :Iii sweet potatoes !8S. peas S3.: t:i eyes to different! distances, consequently : "

t htr'f providing for th. el l'llun of wireless i i j short as his memory, lie would starveto you will have: to wear glares j No. 21-1)aliy No 1I1J&IIY0! where time not .bOWD ''SO. 9-Ua11y ?.e. a .t

', h telegraph stations here. I death. Chicago Nov. 21.. T. Moore, from near and distant VI-I'JIJ. This I 11:56 "m ;;-IO a m L"\8.. ..Pensacola. _.ArrtvP to:5il pm' .n i. a

I I The trouble with most men is that son-in-law of John W Sherman ant can: be avoided! by tiling spectacle-? ) 111nl nt T 13" .. .... lIob..mla ......_. IIJIS'T" t,,."
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I of focal 12a: 7:1: ..... Yniestra 10U"
I, their btouiachs do more thinking than member of the firm of ,\.J Whiffle fI : proper power. I : '3" 7:1'1": .......t.4cambia .._ 10:81" 6.71tS.
1 I If defective eye are allowed to ?. .._ :\llJlat .._. 11):11I": ..
Dig .'ion I their Leads.Remember. I stock brokers.. committed suicide : T:5" -
uncorrected. thpare iiible I II ..... .._ Me
4 .. .. I run to Ir'!no" 7YM .. .. Harp IQJI"
> j OS"EJTER. U .lIual to the pooplo you would like |IIJY shooting at his! home, 4167 Graiil I lend to some oranlC'trouble; which ; 14.511" 7S.: .. ... {;'ltClt1..__ 10li": ::r
I ,, 4P S gocxl hcaltb. A : 1 ._...... Mliton .. ..._ 10:10" 5 '
do.,- of the Bit- ] to see dead be the pallbearers at will noceritate a more or le-s lengthy lL5v 71'01" '
CELEBRATED may boulevard.- 1:50 a m .._. ". ..... (fond !(anle --- 4:5
t..r.for..- nlHlin1I1 1 jour funeral.1.i' I POlI :STESTIMONY treatment by a skilled occulit, and I IS.S: .. 8.15" .... Hotta .... ._ ,' ti:ft5" I."".
insure pert A "' may require an operation to be 2I 6'al ,, _...._ MItij&D! .__ fI:1II" 4.11
'. 1.ctdigrLUOnhp.Umulaung j! After a man has, done wrong he nwrethoroughly I performed 4')
v"HVllw. fII' ,
J. N. Patterson 2.3:1" :ft,1j"
Ti J theGood i night policeman on the eye; All these unpleasant ... y .It
.11 i understands the importance: ':00" e 61 Deer Land 8A".
r :: "cr..I1'i "llh. lof| Nashua. writes : "Li-t winter results can be avoided to a 1\3" DIO"' _.... Mosy lipid __ !JtiI. f. A
tomacu. It all i uf kit-ping a steTCtN'umen I1 hal bad cold .. N I' J.Jd'unll<'-prIDg... 11:1'1" 4to
1 aieocurr I a on my luns and irreat extent and the sufferer; be relieved .'03" 9ai '
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: j of wealth sometimes forget j tried at least half dozen"advertied by the ue of properly fitted '::1'1" r..I4" Arlyle. Y..4 '
_...fonc" de Leon.- 7W"
.b, Pyspepsia.Headache i to >j">nU to teNTing; women but they i couyh medicine* and had treatment spectacle8. I 5:00"':-"1' 10:10'1I; 7' .. ..WeHvillft.._._ 7:17" I I.

: 1 / are afraid to show such pride to the i i from two physicians without getting: I am now iu Pett* the Hotel 5 O' 10 15' .. ...- e.uyvllle 7:12" I'u
: any: bent-fit. A friend rpcornmpnded1I0lpY'5 1 cambia where I will remain 5.8:1": 10II( .._..Honlf"'_...._ 016" 1'T
t : CosstipationBiiioussess !Ilrll'smlkl'r <. i a J :4Ip.3M
; : j Aye 10.7" ._ lblpley 7" _
;1 4 { ; i It makes ao difference to what church j Honey and Tar and two- 1 few day prepared to fit perfectlyand 81JJ" lItn" _......Cottondate.. 1:1>1" tic. 'a
( thirds of a bottle cured me. I eon dti.-fdctorily the eye of anyone 7'00" 11: '5" _-Martanna- ':00" 12.14 .
b STOMACH the family belong': the daughter; u' -I cider it the ;greatest: coajh anti lung desirinz: it with correct TSII'.. l1I ._.._ C1pr"sl__ 1:11'I" 1115 11. 11Z..

it 'I- ? It.TER SadQ lever ally selects the mo.t fashionable to ta I medicine! in the world." \V. A, I My otlice hours;! are from 10'1 1tiI.7.r"J" 11:55 110$ noon a ".. .._Oran"._ tlnp&d Rldge! ___ "" 1:11"1:21" IfIfJI;

,. 4. ad Ague carried io.-Atchison Globe. D'Aleinberte, 121 Palafox St. I a. m. to 3 p. m. I 6t0 12:15" ArrlveRlver'7nctlonLeave 1:10" lusts



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'1' f-, -4l .-nnj.--premium letter tells ever the paid story on WORKING IN THE DARK. 1 Sudden Twinge I FOR THE HOUSEWIFEn I Curse Classified Advertisements! : ''F f:

,r_ ; nU.-oii-fortu iif tUnlnu: I'ofnre llil <>
the Kitchen. : '
>n> > I.niiW. I -
I cq k'trhen\ is complte without plentyof !
first of v
Of pain is generally warning
uu'.i! v.'rth' -ail
\ .?, ". i W02.- Ir. X. lli j.s uitfu-iilUt-s :; < I an attack of rheumatisai It feels as if tvinuotts! &, a cs-tirn. well und uni!., 0 FDRINK I ONE CENT A WORD.wSw
.s> WI Iiea: rati tm In-- |i .
mii""! : uj"rtti..l I 'f !
Life Insurance the di-ease were in the lionesor muscles I I H.itia hose attached to the --tirn I, :,
1 i.nti"t I Pil\Y h:id ntvntcd hill I !
for.' : jj4.
of rheumatism is -
I but the real
cause pii'i'p Do not try to Kei p our "IIC'"I! i
v-w York : Knap' t:1I1"t h., ti l I..-, ut jrieat. ;; order ,
I .Miitx Tj found In impure IJloo Mimiv TO ;

"-iir I take pleasure in In 1l..11) tmi<* t L.- orlt iiltinmiite i the ,;' rheumatism the blood must be cleansed if t 'I:e lit ,1 1 ;;.,. the I binlt! ..1' 1' .,, I .u._ ___.. Hi lr ,
ii il.:.>'''!)! niur !haU to p'lih danu- of the poisonous impurities which are' I If'
of for I t: '. 1-. !iiitt r .t tin-! top. 1"! > \ > :.1 policy I
: rc ipt tie 1lu'j.l't'I'I't! nt gI-.ini\ fror.11r1411 the cause of tIm.heace. I t
WI '
I : | Medical I !h't' purpaud tMieii t'i ;:j; real estate, in large or small: N
the .''i' cent. fcsh The : mcnts, lIT 1'ierce's Crolden Discoveryhas I
uuuer'jinij'U .
::1 1 ou per been successful in the cure of I'a' h the top of the .-tt i .-- > very
.-old b.nd plun, for I i.ri;:u.j-lly tf t-tone ur hard (Ktk. ;tiadu->i rheumatism iio your spider or kettle. In this wiy Cull on Ije-lie E. Brook! attorney .' .

ally improted. but Li- walf"rl'I..1 to -5- (Muse it be-I' it will always l>e clean and hmks as WHITE RIBBON'ottiste / i. at law, 2o4Ji S. Palafox 81., Fisher ; : 1 j jI

\ ,ilready: qiven you my \\ (I1I in almost 'nul.1t4\ (Ilarl'll' until i 4 d..anses the blood well as when blacked. No kitchen A't'oJnr ( (1t pirrn is ylaet 0wufrr. / I I buildiLu. Smlm i

';{12.: for ?:? ; .15U.i in full Sir lIisiLj-hry 11:1\')' by Ins rl'markahl..1 it from the poisonous I tli'H'.l! !K without a sp-i-p! i-ibiiut. If .Is". or ".If.. wetl..t?4I1it ittd k"olrl..II I ; t'I

laver.tion "l.-d him to light biay 1 1tI.rlllJ I substances I I MONEY TO-DA Y-Dn you need I i
...nts. thereon. This, I | nt'n.caret be 'p-1rl'tl to p.ire'.saseone. White Ribbon .rn..dy 11'.11 cure or d.'troy i I. r
; the tr.nmU I lit- h.iU iuivititvitlui -::\ the husband or --on to make th- diica-fO i.uu-ute Mr alcoholic stunuUnls. I mom) ? You can borrow any I ; ,,I II .
the largest; premium '. cause of the disease I nhnther the salient In a contirmrdintirmtr I amount you want tndon easiestterms :' ,
>mp.irttlteNtfitA > It. 1'irs-t secure a shallow IH'.Y. 1-; a tippler," ovial! drinker or I
and I
It not only I lowest ,
world one policy. rlt-ola. nil authi \\ ho \\rot" :1111'1\t drunkard I mpo'iMe for anyone to bat? HD anywhere J II' I
: e on :: the bloIhut inehit! lou?, 14 inches wide and I inch : obtainable real I
_, purifies I III'P"III fir ulcobulic liquors alter u.lug I on improved city
my total holdings in thi> middle! of the sixteenth: century.ha by increasing" 'OS d.-ep. I'mothl' coter ,ind\ a Wbitf K.lition Uemrdy.Il f'-tlt-from \Vm. Fisher, 204ls 8. I : j !
fl.ilmmti* treatise on -oa; I il .n-il l> MeuilHTK of \\ O T. I I
: > left an the activity the : slit! in the middle, then itanithree : ) Palafox Mree lu-tf I
Com- Mr. Moore. fussuptrinteotitnI of tVonine's f
LiftInsurance ininms MS it tvas !pnutieed dunn! the bloodmakingglands hotloni I (
I. laths and nail ot.e each at the top rbrlsliHii Tempirac.talon Vcnlur :

I "I nth i, und after thor- mu'idl" ajiis. From this we learn that it increases and center antI print the n-iuies: of t.'ulitunl11'Hit....: ,,] bate testt-J IF YOU want to borrow money, in- ,

iti ':ri. I take" pleasure I the hcp-e :rIll. whkh'In ives to tin' ; I the oupplof blood which pure all spices k 'pt on the outer and bottom \\ hlte Kitilion-, and Krniedy the curt-s 011.ry have been ob<-many.In tinatvdrui.kard I te,t money" injure your property, I II t I
: rich
!,r's'utI: in some of the mining; Iii- i laths. He careful to always ke-p litany ca-es tbi- It<'IlI. dy was a'.tt-n te- I procure ub"tr4ict: ? of title, buy or II I

IKr: your: company 'o I trlct* of l' nat I r.ntain and fli'L : of adds to the physical vigor I the spices in their right; t l.ices Tor ilor crt-tly.t> Whitt I cbe, Kihiiun.-rfully I:recomuirnd,'lIIttl'I'mh..r: and ,In-of I ell ral estate, rent property of ; ; I

', ws: tl.e) engine hierty i miloyetl every I our fuion Hrcl.-llibtfd to find fcn ecoi.oiniLal -I any description have rents collected -
:' ii>r protection to i :; cents one may secure :i book. LI I I.I.I'
fur liftiu ihe ooul and for ) organ.Mr i : Ir."lm..ut to alI us in our ttniptrranee or your taxes attended to, .
all the
[ Into this neatly pmnlreciiM'.s "
ind nire-tment for J K A ;.Knijht copy Work. I' call ou o r address Tho-. Watson I
p-ttM'K; rid t>f the w.ittr. This latter ; I rl CsIeWIIIL.ins-, you have. Keep this 1 iisikon Uruigisi or by,'mail, II. Trial intckagptrieby & Co., Real } -tite and InsuranceAgents. : '
S C wrrtrs .
EHEN lITH. ,, cbjint tvHs al
of ['t1ns turned by windmills! with rhtuztiati..nitw.Iw for II will In- handy for refercn-e. The kitchen years secretary of a Woman's Christian iii'ider'itp. To everyone who buys ;

\\ !II.I'O\, :tianager.ivill ; or lor tunnels driien with ;;riat lalmr could\ Ifivt litti ytui I was" ."'badly bad flo,>r should In- of white n"!h. Have Temperance Union218\ Tremonl I' a lot from awe w ill lend money ;
at ttm -s l uut nu
-, Fla. to tin outUt at a I" I : me up to ,lit: N'imc uf them did me milchgoml hannah Bros. 21 s. 1'nlnfox si I I'i
IMUX10V. .Asent Thr jMinm my bad hip and leys.and till tie dish towels.-Hessie I. Cariucrm I i -==---:--- nu - ;if I II'

-It. Fla.r of F
: mt Maix.tnc| .'art lw l F.-vbxlywhitman i ______ I'
of Jsima! tutiiytoul.s
in p-trts I iiuml 1.'I.b i < I t'..< h\f hirtllrsut I -w---- I'j' t II I ,I I'I' d
li.-ui'!.'1. Of these ,' anil four I'nzrler.. I I
ol the prophet ttu (.i-IiUn tit il 1.I 1I\oo."H' IIU1I1''' rar the I.Ibrcrv.The : LOS I'--White bull terrierdig.weight .
S of eels''iir >teil i.s at Cairo I \,.11..1 11 !Hel': UK) lu4.im_\ health IN good; : "rait." ..11 I Itl.! lotniny FIg; on 'I' ,
r ; NOTABLES. one the DJWI : alter 'uf'rUl tueK-e yearwith' rheuiu.ittMn" newest lamps for tu! drawing "-: about :H5 roundOne' half the i ; :! .

.I This f.u-t; Ki'nl nut : '::onHh us. The i iI 'i The sole motive for substitution is to i room and library. are of m.'tall1lUI titt .dug sciiMnl. "I lii-.irU Mr. Watts say Dead and an ear bl.ick.: Jlntvard ,\ I 1 j :

I .1 .-rUhrat l LisI'.ilay :\!I1"'Uhli'lIIilllit" wiil.cut! hesitation ''i I permit the dealer to nuke the little ; irnilli form a hum!; foundation for that great int'-'s! > soils never did any I for return to Sidney hide, D.inn- !l I Ih..i"pr

ut I'trectt on the dnplifation oren 1::ro-s. 19u1w 1 l I
i more profit paid by I ; -_ _.-_ _- _- _ _ _ I t. 1 J :I t
tijiliHioii of the bix'ii of holy! per- meritorious medicines. I Ie gains ; you i le.nli-d i-ffcctsnr other metallic ettmp IVl"p ; 1 III

!I.. raittim of PrinceS K.:\Mtlmr.t' tl.eir teiuTation: for each I lose. Therefore accept no substitute .for I A numlier are in art nouveau effects. to II late hour Mr Ptejr's mind I H.ltltt"I'U'lI.t'1I. -(-1iili. : ; j i f I
I I iiiiii..shfd! in tl.eleast. "Golden! Medical 1)iscovcrv." 'I had toiiml iiDineiitly dtplcmaticanswer. ..-- ..... -- 1
.ujr for hi,; I' rtralt I of tinremiiins beini: < One of the>e is of oxidi/eil lirasjv In not :t -
..d.'r "UIlD order from I It l ivoi i >th noting that the iuture Hr. Tierce's I'leavint I'ellet cleanse: I t-hajH they nuw; front rsuvful forms KINDERGARTEN School will be i-L j 'I 1 1opened '
i the bowels and stimulate the s.lujgiihliver. at 3D.i' -t \\risjht street, :
ntnlilieatioKs acrordeti
of the honorary
.' ilirtTalt IS to fit tO dot tl.e! very Mjtiat s-hiij to till
[ : tt orU. Oct. 1 by 1J*Margaret Maclay. I '
to the s.ime Faint varies in dif- I monusnental affairs of the banquet- Hunhle 'I
feientoiiiitries.. Thlfl1r ('xltuph".lI'auld First lh't'ol.ttor-l adtiswl him to SOstf 1 t
:Mich. has rietj. --' - =
I I'm: Claire: !
i; 'ollwUon of Iiont'rr, has lit Cairo the name of ..h'l Cast First Vote For "Old Hickory." I A clever thin;: of Oreeian form. with luite his Louse decorated during bis I&i 10 .>r Kt-nl. ''I

ii t. and lii-Ii.inUl-tliiit I is they give him the New York, Nov :11! .-Paniel Harrison low jn-aceft.l .supports; is in mandarin wife's aliM-tice HS a surprise. -w--- ,
-,,11 al states 1..1'19
title of prophet. Ill' h\- u? It the sani I I'erine. who was born in '. $"-(sju4! l>(-<-orator-Hood: Th'n'e'U :
S.ii at h.;* home 1811.\\ bronze and is very nttral't \ ( FOR HALE or Rent -A country t'; ,
time that tthich mils him best and is is dead at his home in New Ore charming; ovldizi- bronze lampis have: to do it all over again when home2L.. miles from city, one mile I I

the tuo,.,t honorable they can confer. In I WiCk N' J. He hoisted: of having cast in the old Hutch t-t.tle a simple, gfts uck.-Life. from car line, adjourning Mrs. J : .
I I.'rrmUll'r.: at pre!;- I .
i Algeria ur It'rll'T'Jf'uaIllt11trlt's- I his first vote for Andrew Jackson !'tur.I.I'III. cup as to shape: and the Baars' property on Bayou; Texar, I 1. I
,1.1 1 : 'It the Mart Inland Mdi. I (niixl :Mnnner. where plenty of fish are caught. '
saints is
the title they cite to and of having voted the straight column resting on three sataire looking
to l I6- relieved at the end is the art of making For further particulars apply at !
tthlih st:;:nities lord. Mhuh is itlso the Df-mivratic! ticket at every election gnittins.C'buon. (Good mar.ntrh I
this winter Ii 1P2 West Belmont Slolm
time street.
';iiitj line with whom WP ion11 -
title there of military and political since 1832.:! :: a lamp Is easier than chiws- those people easy ,---- -- I .
J l. II. MfCalla. Asia cite to rse.Vhoot ,-r mal..(- the fewest IKT- \ 1. ,
chiefs. In central they in;; n th.ide. for a shade mUf-t look well Fur ItCH !

i ?.t the widow of the faI'.rottnlow tho"c unionized persons whom they re- Gives to Charity. when lit: up. 111111 it mu t be becoming; Colts uneasy is tie Lest Lred in tLecouipauy. -- ------ I I .
of Tennessee Italy's King
I j-put must, us to the prophet IianieL I Home Nov. 24.K'ng1etor Umaniiel I C. K. of A. hall for rent or dances, I I I,

.:1 'hr ace of debty-ninc the title of khulja tthuh tuc.ins In I \ the birthday of the .\ :1IiICIl\lp Trt't' etc. Apply to Wm. Hltlmer. Thos. I I 1
has signalized
__' t out by the IJt'Co crrOl grantedI ( 'US I Arabic ttriti-r (Ir littered.lnhinK I II! l'rlnresslafJ.lda.: who was born Nov A giant sequoia in the Marlpo ANXIOUS MO ENTS. Johnon cf Dan Murphy. 2SOIm i ., .
Hi luting
teen si-lectttl to bo named ------ --- -- ,
I I! 19. by giving $2 .U to the foundling I prove:: iins Hump of the mot anxious hours of ,
? Mnrlilr Out of ( l.ulk. \V1Hl.ira :McKinle.v.: : It stands l>ehYl''ni IItJ15ti4))1)I-4.
I life tho" when the
the free hos mother's are e
I and J20.000) to a .
S : :I-- who died at r>re- In nature luiuMe is made out of hospital; i the Washington; cud Lincoln trees and little OIIP= of the household have the Ii.KA: ;; I :
nf the : pita!;;. !! IJEIRXEMauufactnrer -
1-, t .i-s line I old.Hott'N .
flrilk by ti liter tthkh percol.itt-s Is et-tiuiated to be 3,0K* years croup. There i is no other medicine I
I \ : and dealer in Hair ( ood-*, : :
1 : fl.. Whips who : I
1. i the ch.ilky t'lots! dissolves I softfnctive itt this terrible malady
through of Mrs. Susan Ketchum. Hat*. Toilet Articles Hair Oil ;
'f I Death Tins : : !
of : is
I JI 1. me andcr.istaHies I I a Foly'Honey; and Tar. It a '
t.n-I the chhlk partiele: by parties :: :32!() West iovernment street : I
.I"' .!-ilars i mountain sulidlf.uii i :Mobile. Ala. Nov 24 -Mr? Susan We oiler One Hundred Dollar reward household favorite for throat and ttc., ,. '
: it pifssiire
I : Burton Ketehura: one of the most : for any case (If Catarrh that I lung troubles, and as it contains no I -- -- :
I I ;; it. It lus bevii tound that fiuii-\ charitable women of the south. awl cured t Hall's Catarrh. other poisons itcan beafely V.tN'111). SVANTEDAll ':
i cannot be ) opiates or i 1'i
.n eoll'st, 'liar results may be accniuplished. IyI I : _. ... J
: wife of Dr. George F K4 tchum. amon? i Cure. !. given.V.. A. D'Alemberte
; ;. : I'ich royal I chemical menus. rVt-t s-lu-es of chalk the south's most prominent physicians 1 F. J.CHKNKV, & ('It., Toledo. II!1 rt, Palafox St. i \ kind of empty beer !

d 1 .juwn ofi an dipped in a color bath staiuin:; I 1 1'e, the mid*-r-iirnt-d: have known bottles. H. A. Friedm.iu. n9ttWANTEDOrgauizerswepms'sick ; ;
is dead here. She was born in Cam i t I Ii
< : them with tints that will imitate any I I'F. J.Chrney, for the l.i-t 15 years, If want to give ii
den. N J.. in H27!! She died on the you anicepresent 1 1I
nted the honorable I
Fur this i believe him perfictly :
i kiwI of marble kumiu. pur- and and look through the i ; ; ; ,
H! fifty-fourth anniversary of her mar I' in all bu"ine"* transactions aud I to a friend, go accident, death and old benefit
I rll-se the sani" mineral tains are US i elegant line of suitable articles at I ae; 3 t

"- 1, Henry as ate employed in nature. For esam- : r'.age. i financially able to carry out any ob- J. I. Stephens, you surely can find ; top renewal contract: America .

.. : I luatioi.: made by their firm. 'I n Fraternity, Washington, D.
I .r.lplt'teI pl'1. to priHluei' ciitinti'iftit "verdo an- something to plea-e 'ou. If you I .
,' : "..ftmj: tl'5Ue" oxide of eopjK-r is utilized. In Business Portion of Town Burned. \\'t'f:: I'\X, O. want anything in the Diamond line ,, C. '!5n-oawtf' J'

I, :i.' < \ !h will I tiUe 1'.0. jilnk. Ll.iek find I' Anrterson. S C. Nov 21 -The w hr l.. \Vhole-iIe: Dru1o.t; ; ; Toledo be sure to ceo him before you buy (
I inMiirur "' 1 WAUMMJ, IcINNANVhnlesaie *: MAKVIN, i i MOLER Barber College, New Or- j
01 the town .
V :I" the obtained. Ne\t the (If the .
iti! O. --
i I' other colorings are \ 1)ruggi.ts; i I -P
Ieau, L-a.. wants to learn
"-a.1 1" ... .,t. I chalk t-lices: fi, into iimrthfr bath by i I of Wilmington. in Abbeville' ('(jur.tI .\'.. Hall's:i Cat'arrah Cure H taken internally I G" SEIt.I.rtr'CH:: bell L1)FLE i I barber trade. Steady practice, expert i iI

,-I !'uU, .. ;. lit of afro which they ore hardened and <-rj>tallled. on the Charleston and \\ .torn Carr : actit.g directly upon the I I instructions, tools presented, I 1 t
all intents and Tina railroad was burned yesterdayrmimins and Ililicitti'urface' of the Following; ij the schedule of tile
to blood '
: I I..H-: mullS, will t'Hmingnt I I wages: l-1aturdav1: board provided. h }

.1 I/.t f i i. ,..! * but is Fiipposrd to have by all druggists.; 'ff..tiIHnllial" free. which THR prints particulars mailed free.
: not known >
IJ' will toe over
of the merchant* who! hip I
I Hall'- Family PilN are the bet.O.A.STOXT.X.A. I' Deneflt ;
.. ,.1.! n j" member A I.IM.ll I'llllcM. been the work of inctmliarit 5. heir good to the \arious army --- -- I

'j 1.,1:, ii j; "< I of London. The Dry Goods Kennomist! says of i. I ;posts : WANTED good man to po to I t

': : 'rIaehmond.! Ind., I tone store with ttbi< h It is familiar; : Portugal's King Leaves Windsor. the 1i K "d 1 J Hal9 :AaiS &r'Ifo, Leaves I'eofcai'nln .... .. I:l5) a. m. houth Africa to run a saw: bench I

in it MVUIB to InJTIMH I.omlon.! Nov. 24: --The King; of Por. i .i'i ,.,j7 I tifaves harrnncus.. .. ... .. 1:"" a. m.Leaves and who i N able to look after a .
r- oli: .iul has livrti all "EviTj emplotee
: i n turo Piekcns .. . .i ia. m.
moulder and to take of knives ;;
.: ii iin: tthero stood the \ should I there be tn a. in.Leaves care

I... was, liorn.Yiihm : any dlfferi-nce in this res-pert betttienI Windsor this morning: and proceed 1'en-ncola .. .. ... ..,M:15a. III.I and saws. Apply to C.V.. }Ia )1 .
Arrives Harrancts llli A. m. and then mall, 1h -l-eti BlliIdin;!. pr'j
, :III is a lo:; cabin built I'I this estiiblishment and the average i to nienheint. where he luni h"d! with I NOTICE !I, oDakl'R a trip to hortMcKee and then returns -

-I lu.lho\UM', tbe first in I "tortIs not human: nature about :: the DuKe and Dueluss of :Marlhuroiuh I to llarranraa.i : t. '
i 1 ,lr m.
LfavxB Hftrranoa- p. WAXTED 200 to
world mt rv True but kim will remain 11 iEngland I notify the public that, i ,.. -- jrentletnen join j'j'I .
i I :,thmt. j the satinthe : The Po'tugepe I'p de-ire to I I Leaves l'>ck<-n. Ii5p. m I the I'en-acola I'rHi..l\I_' Club. 9lf .
Co. istill Ill ... 4,:111 m. '
thereh a difference. The proprietor for some time on a prnate the (iiilf City Tran-fer : Leavessaeoia p. : '
I whatever Leaves Hicken .... 5:15p.m.Arrives South 1'al.ifox. Clothe cleanedand .
',1AN GLEAN'INGS.n I of this store is not cHI!> .1 men-hunt visit. bu=me<*, and there i* no truth Harrnm-aa taO p.m. and makeatrip \ pressed called for and delivered \ I' f V

but :t ueiitUMiian.! He tre: ts \his\ employees I in the report circulated by our I to McKrf and return. for SI I month. ISnlmM
--- -- Itreiikiug _.1..... that: we had \V and Saturdays the per I. :
with marl.,'!! ewirtest and (1)TIsid.ratiozt. ; competitors dl"ron'l On fcdne=day? i .
< ;<'rminy three fruIt The following Is an easy metho of I tinued. Mr. J.I Ynirr-tra II goat wiU heave Uarr.inca via Pick-
A< a v tnsi>*]III.\t". they .'\ I..1-J II iii' \\'.\. >TI3I>. .
I'lilMllltUlIt i breaking glass to any n-ginml formMnk : employed manager; and will ins for Pentlcola: at 6:30\ p. in. "" ...... ...... ,
feel M> klnllItti"'IN>Fel 1 toti.ird him and% ht-r",1 - "" - -
irusy 1 on n war footing I' ,' a somalI iiotcli I by means uf a tile after person'illyuperintenJ The General French i is. for army THREE youu men from Pensacola. ', :

;; I'JoU.OOO:;: officers and I his biiSiiiess tint tlirfr ;pKwl WIll is re- on the edge! of a piece of glass; then bu-iiie: for tin- firm. All f1t'f"OU-1 ;aurpo-e-i only and any outsider inti-t and vicinity at once to prepare for j, :
Ihv tl1I in tcir! treisti'ient ef his "Ii:<- : -liould I
liavin hauling see lave a p.ifrom the quartermastertake 1'oMtion in the Government Her-
make the end of a toluc'-o! pinr a rod :
I toiucrs" Some storekeepers netertind nil..... Ii C. T. Co., I '> pa=i-it'" o i ler.PROFESSIONAL vice. Apply to I'iLer-StateCorres. I
M/.f .
: I !many owns its own I out whit Is ,.il I'uof their nt mm of almut the same red hut I'hlltlf'112.. F:. r-:. CK.\\ }::Ns.17it I I Int., Cedar Rapid, la. n2i-2m: .m

I, Theity also controls Ciisu.-il <''rl' l-eem ie regular-. in the fire. Apily the hot iron to the in'The I -- -t\ I IFO _

.. .1 i runs a theater. I I11'1&h notch and draw it slowly aba; iIasurface CARDS. ... ;. ,. r.
II I .. .. .... . B. .Al J.
.. the of the glass: in any tlueition --- -------- -- --
.1 1' stt-amlioats on Beer j
I .. ilirrkinxt tamtapt*. I"
Innt' ; ,
'. d troni 4t>7 HI 1&S4 to I I. -'s-ii: Hunt th.t e..1 ;jd:.\' :I'sub t. you please \ rack will be tui.In! W. C. ROWE, M. D. i A IRG IX--b-;had m ;of I

::: .ililiuugh: tlii-re Is a rail- I deel-ir"d l h.II'I 'lite aie.ii I of all i the Jhl-s and will follow the tIiiit1onof That Made@ the finest residence and most de i r '
". -lunv.i : the iruli.rnI1.rFfi..aiflI. ; Ottice: ITS S. Palafut.Hoursfromstowaa.m.and i sirableections of Northwest Hill, .
others when the: JHUIUinfirenee I: of a
1 to 8 a to guaranteed lea"e at fair
p. subject
i!'::iul: persons in tUf table to l<- He v (iUiJlliing \ I
.. ,a5: 111'I'rott'tant, 3W posj For lh* l'l'"rpuor. : and after o'clock for three years. Plan of house can I
: in a few elou-r hIItor: ipriastif : l'I'of.l'liur (to his eIt'45)- ;Unthilt1Pfl. I DANNn&l& F MOVICTORIA U Phono Olio I be seen at my oflice. A. V. ClubbR, i I ,
of different
t" .1. w s and 4 t r I (crass cullesl from lieueiith the pioteiting ; I II Pensacola. 6n-2w J

.", t.1etils.! ; bars of :I park rayin-r or city : have to iip..!1o;;'z for a hhoit (1-IIy in I II II : -. -- -- --- i\I .
be inninj this lecture. I have unfortuuattly I '
;: I II :
tor foundation (If a square if he: could tlnd iiiitlrns! more I I FOR HALE-The! most desirable

-;.Hum! at MHz hate just I Ix-aiiUful. and with these to look at his I left manuscript at home I I lots in the city on easy terms by : :

i the rcnuiiib of a llo4.s fiuicy tKik him rtustuiug' Out into Imui.dles i but my III ), whom I hue sent for it. ,I, the Fi-her Real Estate Agency/ ,! I' I

'. :; ftvt Ions.un I greta fields nnd p-i: tures will be here shortly.I'rofecMir's 2ot\ South Palafox. ISalm. :
lit'I I, Sou (judibly)-Mother BREWING CO ,
: i"'nt st'hi'tnt' for extrai't- -- -- 1 MADE BY ACME --- -- ---- -- ----- -- "

ui.i tin- Milt M-a tvate* ha- ,OAXCKU. CTUI-i: BBU}()!) B\1.\1: I i couldn't! find the manuscript t-o she IlF.sI 10-CKXT: UOril.K KEEK BOARDING hOUSE at Wheeler I ;
: has M-nt the Uiok you ciip'.ed: it from. Spring' Mary F.-thfrFla.. Mrs. '
\.i aeaiu and again ev '
: t'I
New York Tiu1es.nFiflN. Condon, proprietress. All the I t
.5. lIthe, in (rl'rlllllD '. Only All skin ami Hlootl Ilisens Cured. DA.NNHEISBER BROS I comforts of home at very reasonable .

.1" last this tune. Mr*. M. L. Adam, Fredouia, Ala.: ,I rate Northern tourists will 1 ;

i.U I has recently been emt took llotanic Blond alm. which ef- :, Sjmpnthy. 1 AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATEDI I find this an ideal place to spend a ; ; ::
Jonl's--t'bnrl. fell frvui a street car I ::t:: i ;, l I
. '." 1'1l1allsollt'iutiou *>f .Alien! ecftuallj' cured an eatinsr cancer of I lat evening.RrownOh. I I HarDEr wirtej. portion of the season. 12nlin '' I
vt the unatomM I I
< crate I the no;and face. The ,.ore" healed I'm nw fully sorry! Main HotI3e-tOI H. Palafox street.R. I j :
.- !>uried in his pardon at
i doctor had Jones I'.ut he wasn't butt at all. i ..
:- now part of th. zoolog-: up perfecily. Many R. Exchange: -Opp.: Union DepotP. l.FRUIT8
given up her ca-e aliopela: ??, hundreds Itru-.\ n-I wasn't thinking: atwitCharley. 0. Box 281. l'entaco:1: Fia. I
i he city. I tif cu-e' of cancer: eating I was thinking of the sufferings Phones 116-ae8: I i -OFAT

: !ores, suppurating swellins;!'. etc., of tho-e who would be told alxnit

'in Kitnl fit an I'ltolltt. : have been cared bBl od Balm. that fall for montbs to come.-Ilo&ton -- -- ANOCONFECTIONERI( r.U i ;

..itlr.t." Among otherJr"'R.. M. OuerueyVarrior TranH'ript. nGivnt It Looks I' .

-I "- .1 man who minds! his. \ Maud, Ala. Her uo"c and -- B BALL <

., lip were raw as beef, with otlenivedicharje ThrIma nltl't'rl'nf'P. I
\\th 1'1I'h t'arUt -
; 1"'rsitI'nt
from the eating; ore. City IMtorhy: do you say "lIe il '
With 1
I: .iiiuojs 'ou.-Cbicago Up to Delight. 0. APOSTLE'S I
Doctors advised cutting, but it ; ran Into the police s-tation pulling and BY :

sores failed and Blood Mrs.Balm OuTney healed i is the as blowing "1'urflns". and "blotting" ; i. That's. Gas Illumination as I U! East Government St., \ :

> "fl)' Years' Tiiiurflieved I also well cures as ever.eczema Botanic, itching Blood humors Balm, ; tire synonymous.Uepurter-Not at all. There' n vast .,.Chipley i we provide it for the home properly I Formerly Cordova ReitanrantBtantt 1 .t <

: > from torturing: disr scabs and scales, bone pains, ulcer, i difference, fur Instance between puffIng : i sewed through non-leaking pipes, One: car-load of Pineapples at 11.75 1. :

I offensive pimples, blood poison; carbuncles a man up and blowing him up.- :, to $2.00 per dozen. I I !
: forty years' torture might and fixtures from the
I scrofula, risings, and bumps Catholic-StandardandJTinits. ttLLight$ Infantry 11J i -- -.
-- Plain-I :
S.. ti.e gratitude of any one. Ion the skin and all blood troubles. HE COULD HARDLY GET UP. j est single jet article to the ; 1 !

w : at IeWitt's Witch HazelS DrujT S '! Sample of Botanic Blood Balm free P. H. Dully of Ashley, III, writes : I ornate chandelier.Gas I LODGE DIRECTORY t.IKNIGHTS
1 for
C. Haney. Geneva. O. : Thursday Nov. 27th : .
; and prepaid by writing Blood Balm "This is to certify that I have taken I lighting is still the recognized 4
-DeWitf ? Witch Hazel I
Co., Atlanta, Oa. Describe trouble two bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure ATARMORY I safest illuminant. and the gas we -
d I of ile after I had
me i and special medical advice sent in I
OF PYTHIAS.Peniacola
and it has helped me more than any .
1 'i It is certainly worth fcrnish ranks. with the best.
':ty year: Cures cuts. I sealed letter. HALL. '
while such a remark- other medicine. I tried many advertised II III No. 8 K. of P. 1
\\ ..ds. skin diseases. l>euuterfeits. investigating May we have the pleasure of a call Lodge, ;
of them
able Blood Balm cures : remedies, but none
; I Hargis' Phar- remedy as relief. GOOD MUSIC! ?" ** GOOD TIME) I meets every Monday "T.B. i
My druggist
the most awful, worst and most' gave me any from you. i lag a' T:80 a t CUtIe HU, -
J t i' Sheppard. Sidney Kahn.c'rQrLI4' deep.i eated blood diseases.o4LTaxtxIL.. recommended Foley's Kidney Core Hot Chocolate and other Refresh I in tbe Biount W.lwmBnlHlng. .:

-__ -- I and it has cured me. Before commencing I third Boor.Viiiting i t
:; : its ue I was! in saeh a i I ments will be served by Solomon. ?Pen llSCO1 Gas Co. welcomed brethren COrd11117 I

.", Ha"j''a>s Sjsfl; I, Sun the lr.e Kind You toe A *ays &$ shape that I could hardly get up. ADMISSION: H. A. LEX

*.!- when once down." W. A. D'Alem- HOKBLtB 00.

i'.le &&' I Blptue tl : I IJ I i berte, 121 B. Palafox gt. CENTLEMEN, 50(; LADIES FREE. 25 lad 27 E. Garden St., Pcnucda Fit K. K. 8."P" -.,

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..... CtA n.A i giving a practical example of the I AX VXPARALLED RK;,

-f' AJPA1 i tion.value of co-operation and combina- LITTLE BOY Her gray hair makes her look 20 years

& 1

7..2 I The socialistic element in the recent older. And it's so thin, too. Tell her all

New Orleans convention of the \ BADLY HURTI ; 0'
Catered at the Post Office at PeruacilK,
Jf to Ia.oad-tiara matter. i Federation of Labor narrowly es- i about Ayer's Hair Vigor. 3 Low.ll C AyrrCo., MM*..

caped! dcminating the situation; and --- 10.
-l'itt' Heath
uniCE : Building silJi
PAlafox street, up-etaers. I the strength of the radicals in that I -
I meeting was certainly such as to indicate I ladies
Cleaning skirts and waists

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. I that socialism, with all its FLOAT BREAKING CHILD TAKEN I la one of air specialties star! Laun

dangers, is a force that must in the dry. During August F.VH.;,1 N

Terms: Invariably in Advance. future be taken into account in this HIS SKULL the death claim paid II i : .

Oa Year by Mall ) oo country. I TO ASYLUM Hot Rolls, at 5 h. m., lOo. States\ and haunch: by : '

a 4U Months 250 a doz., at Solomon's.Till ble Life Assurancepaid <:
One Week by Carrier Payable Monday 10 ,
INSPECTING THECOUNTY Henry L. Covington's! little son i iI I within one day.u :. : '

Advertising Rates Furnished on Application ] proof.
i sustained a serious: fall last after- ,
SCHOOLS noon at 4:30 o'clock on West Jack And during no 111"111. ,, ir|

.UhlION ((3__ son street. MISS MAY YENT, LEFT 1ACOCY Y GR OCGRCQ I". war list- the |III"rm! ,-.,

-- I I helots SS",,.
rl Ar ., The boy was riding on a heavy I
Superintendent Cook will be in float to which was attached two big I Wholesale: 1 and I This excel the >

e PE58AOOLA, NOV 25, 1902 the northern part of the county the mules. A negro wn driving and j Retail G rovers.HUVDgUAltTKUS great record. It !ui-

remainder of the week, making an had urged the animals into a sharp j 6-year-old daughter of Missouri toil been: .approached by ..itpiny. : .,

t PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT has gone official inspection of the schools."' Be- Reeder left on the 7 o'clocktrainthismorningforChattahoochee
trot, going west.
& I
to Philadelphia, where that tired Family, Fancy and Staple "Str"I1 ('..tI) th. \\ [ ,[
fore his return he wiil visit all the At the intersection of Ileus and i
will be noticed. i iI Groceries THE EQUITABLE: '
feeling never < .I. : -
in Miss Yent I
county schools charge May an t
( Jackson streets there is a raised ANCE SOt'll I I\

1' IF the proper authorities are not crossing, and it is here the accident I asylum attendant.The and All Kinds of Up-to-date Fancy I I I OF THE "
eii"' careful, we shall have no Thanksgiving Tu the i'ulilic. I' child was certainly a pitiful Goods.
occurred. The boy was laughingly I
A" weather: to be thankful for. Allow me to siy a few words in I II subject. Yesterday afternoon whenIt AVe are sole Distributors forVest
------ -- the ride when suddenly the iI' j
I enjoying Florida: for the Celebrated Cafe du
of Chamberlain's
t r- EDITOR HEARST that he praise Cough item- was brought to the jail under a llHII{
says front wheels struck the crossing, : Monde Coffee, Sweet Home ro1aol- "
would not "decline" being presi edy. I had a very severe cough and I' lunacy writ the scene was an affecting ses, Illiniand Climax Flours, H iylp'? Generalij.. -
dent. Some minorities are truly cold and feared I would get pneu- causing a short sudden stop. The Delicatessen: German -AmerIcan i

I. t t monia, !but after taking the second boy was sitting on a box on the float one. Food Co.'s Canned MeaN, Etc. All 309 K. Palafnx St i't- ,
painful. I It is well child for its of which are sold by all first-cas! I
-- ---- dose of this medicine I felt better, a developed
at this time and as the shock came Retail Grocers in the city.
t'A MKS. MoLi.Ntt says she "hates" three bottles of it cured my cold and 'I and unnatural strength
age possesses
he pitched headlong: between the II I II !-.; 15)t"TIl: rAL\FO\. ;
,,3 L notoriety. Wonder what that wo- the pains in my chest disappeared; I I times than : Carolina PortlandCement
requiring at more several -
man does love-certainly not her entirely. I am most respectfullyyours i mules and struck hi* shoulder on the j

husband. I for health. RALPHS.MEYERS\ : i! wagon tree. As he (elite the ground, people to prevent ic from injuring I I I I

((51 Thirty-seventh St., W. I i itself and others. The your,;{ I II I
I Wheeling, ,I his head struck big rock embedded ;i iI i Co.BIRMINGHAM.
PRESIDENT ELIOT: rays the strikebreaker I HARD
Va. For sale all and' from the asylum however, .
by druggists lady was
1 is a hero. It is clear that i A I I in the driveway and a big hole was ,II I
medicine dealers.
rf the Harvard man has: never been ------ made in the skull.: The shoulder well equipped, and by much persuasion I ,
broke. I finally quieted the child! I
t was hurt considerable and internal

ldsa\ : SUING injuries :are thought: to have been se-I' which soon fell asleep. (
BRICI Stock- ,4 :ill Hi.- (
FORI. I. : .f
WE don't know how it is over in I riou j: The girl was found yesterday afternoon can Portland Ceiti> : .

Jacksonville, but we have some I. R. STAMPS '
I Blood from the scalp wound 110wI i at 323: East Cha e street, where German :" :ttllrll. i ti ;:
44: weather we can paro those Gala I land Cement, Ii 1II-, ;.V \ i
Week people today. -- I I ed freely and the little fellow began' its mother resided. Two weeks ago ', Plater, IJo-iPiid-:!! (l"L:; : V

The Hr-t of what is to be a chainof j! vomiting from the ellt-cts of the inJuries ;: one of its younger sisters died and !; Savauuah.JackVI.Norfolk I'urt-iii'iiH-,, ( ,
\ ) !I'
t -
: i THE Atlanta papers are ju=t now I '
; > suits for back taxes was com- j[' to his body. It was at oucej 1 was allowed to fill a pauper's grave. AIMS\ ON HAND i Mobile;! New OrI"I.! : ,I.I ii .
saying all sorts of mean things aboutthe .
Weal-o make-On-' !!.! -.;
tt This morning the child had be- i ; \i.
", tiI ; tax dod crs. :Such: shots are apt meuced in Philadelphia Saturday seen that the case: was: one requiring,. I Mills wherever w- .', '

? w' to scatter too much down thi way.JACKSONVILLE by a steamship firm. The suit was immediate attention and he was hurriedly cline comparatively quiet, but itwas freight: rate. 1".1.-.1. i! > ,: i
---- ( "Alabama" and >. t
will this week brought to recover sums paid out by carried to the home of his j: only through humane treatment Brand," Portland C'-i... '.
( cage I i/\L | i :
i .
the of Mis Yent that it 1
West La Rua ou part was lia Hydraulic: it1':' .1; <
? f the tiger.! Put the spirit of political the c tnpaUfllr internal revenue: parents on street near II
made : ,
I near BlrlUll.I
) ;
r r 41 di-sension In along with it, while stamps, and Pensacola: is included I Palafox. j possible to prevent a scene at the

! ,r y you are about it. J. Murdoch Barrs in the list of ports which is said to Physicians were summoned, but depot. -TO- Correspondence Solicited!
will hold the door. I -- -
t ?; !be elfected by. the. action. I it is too early yet to tell how the injuries -

1" t, THE Ocala IJanner in a recent issue A-UI5iKAI- -: -OF'1- -'Fat.- will turn out. ; AN ELEGANT MEMENTOAll ONE MILLIONGet : Save Hooey '

II 41 1 publishes an elaborate little e- The undersigned will give a free Mr. Covington, the boy's father i! c Ijnnr ,
I .I
i1 on "Money-Its Uses and
t essay sample of Chauibtrlain's Stomach is president of the Gulf Coast Naval : I\\tureatMarston & '." II
Y Abuses. Frank Harris must run a Hm-aeolian- prmjdtf ":"

4 I ;'k ,? d queer newspaperollice._ and a Liver relIable Tablets,rtl1H.liy to any for one disorders wanting j i] Stores Co., and one of the vice presidents -: Little Folks Min-trt-i-. Cottrell, the Our Prices BeforePurchasing : Great Furniture' .

-- of the stomach(! :, bilioutieor con of the recently consolidated photographer: \ with hi- urtitickill.. I I riiim.
A TLE)1.b,' the of I
sty liF. name
s stipation. This is a new remedy !: naval: : stores companies. i took a flush: !light picture of them in | I( ,.
taw l Slemp is to represent a Virginia; district and a goad on>. All dl ugi: -ts and'medicine | -
i 1. awn 'i di-ak-r-. the scene "An Hour in the Palace i
r in the next congress.;, Should i .\ \ ult'lltlack r"Cr. up Cure I. Mr. Menko, their manager, says th* !, STEAMER LINE SChi 1.'.

l 4 the originality of his name extend to j,. "Lai-t: winter an i iufaut child of ; photo ;is a grand one. It any of the ---

V 4( his ttlicial course, he will die fa P. A. C. NOTES. : mine had croup in a violent form," friends of flue children want $1 'I
nlOn3.y. ; I l says Elder John W. Rogers, aCl.rist-1 1f'twPf'n rprt-aciila >I.,<
-. n_ 1 -- I|t late Evangelist; cf Filley, Mo.I will ;get it. !See di-play picture in i Capacity 50s000 Uaily KIIIIN nail) I xccpi !Sin .d I'
'? THE Chevalier Henri Wattersou ,, gave: tier a few tlost-o oJ Chamber- the! -how window in :a few day-. ,

'tt recently did the XcY.rk horse The IJjanl of Directors will meet I,I: lain'- "augh Kerni-dy aud m a short I I "CITY OF TAA1IM;

s': i tonight; at j ::'M: o'clock. Outside of !: time all danger was past :and the .
show. Carrie Nation the .
a preceded |: child recovered.1 1 hl- remedy not NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC /Milton .1' ''IJL\ \ r i
: ,- .v.Fnr
P Ftmoa J'lini .t
; 't':4-: Kentucky giant by several: days the election of members: important ,, only cure croup, but when given; ; ,
; 1 U. I
.tv :
> "ii 'I
4t 1 and demolishtd a l bottle of whisky !business will be transacted. All !!: ;a? soon .1' the tir-t *yinptmus appear: fdeldiJ1an Brick Co -- .. ..
r'' "+q a ar in pacing. It is nut accurately I.I I Will pre\rlit the attack. It Couluiiis.i J. D. (Jrt'-s tlab eu "t'cur..d liy the iI i
members are requested: to be present. i 1110 I'j'iuni "r ntlr-r ha nifulsubsntiice, I
:. i e r ;I known how may bottles Mr. \Vattersvii
i& : got away with. The Thanksgiving; ; hunt prompts .1 1l.llly'\-- tu an -utult. for ?,tle by I) lily News to control the Pen-olc"I,1 < Pine Barren. Fla...

V ------- --- i to be quite u success, although only all tli u;.:.'I..t- :ii'edicine dealerICOURTWIIL -. i distribution of that paper, and will --' --- -- --- '

I- MKS. *.\". 11. FELTOX, who "writes I NEW STAfiC";
t I about thirty members are to partici- be authorize to receive and receiptfor

j for the papers" up in Georgia! wants : all monies forsub-criptions. Any I j NEW STORE t} NEW GOODS ,
# ipate. All members are requested
i ej "to stop the begging; : ; business rthe communications <>r business in Ilf I EDRUGS! my j-w ii.12j
possible, to exercise
t should turn the problem about and j' oral relating to the paper will be ; ( South Palitfux 1 f'-n' 1 I

t : ; an first: stop poverty, hunger; and cold Wednesday and Friday nights; rather OPEN given the best of :attention. Mr. -- pied by Bass & C""., i- ;
t u together with cert.iin other : better prepared than v r
than any other nijhts.The (>d-- will personally: see to, the :

,,4 p L r little incidental evils of which she I> ladies' days-are as usual : i --- prompt delivery: of the paper, and ; White's Pharmacy.i i jewelry great bargains', etc.: indi.uu.Calu! '"I' -

\i: 'alp'a doubtless knows considerably I more all complaints for nou-dtlivt-ry or'I' ,, l let me convince ,)" 'lI.
Tuesdiy, Thursday and .
i i in theory than by experience.THE I Saturday i The fall tt'im "f the circuit. court new sl1b-crirtion. should be sent J. I :K1KI1/ -

j I from 9 a. m. to 1 p, m. ; regular class: I J will convene Moudiy morning at 10 to his home at 523: East Government > *TfHK undcr-i:!i.fd has: openi-d a -------..--

Savannah News in a recent drill 11 I Diug Bniii =" in the R'building. !
on Tuesday at a. m. At the street. Patrons la w
?'a; # t t editorial scores certain southern o'clock when the grind jury will be' are especially j' Foiey's Jidnp.CJe
its i South Pal'tfox
I last cla-s warned not to the carrier ;:trf''t,
BM meeting upon request of ( pay boys ) .
railroads which are in the habit of ; organized. The civil aud criminal with a full line of Fresh. I)rlt,-<. !'.-r- j Oak tS kiuneys and tux '+ f..'.".t.
n241w : I
1 auy money.
%l having their printing done in the tie ladies present, was decided -I i deckeu are exceedingly tight, bavt :' i I j futae, Soaps and such other article I

North, while depending upon the to extend the time for any lady t!! ;{ but two capital cases. OUR of ; Put an advertisement, in The Re- j i'a- are wally kept in an up-to-dat i EVERYBODY LOOKS

south for support. Local pride anda I wishing to join, to Januiry 1st, 1903.I : ,{ these is that Aim: Crenshaw, the I II !porter. ]I! Drug RaiineAo.Ve ; : r

proper erprit du corps go a long I; All ladies, therefore, interested in --'---:- ;.- : I i \ respectfully solicit a share of | FOR THE Ut I Si S-
; 1' i in uch and !; uegress who killed another at OonlJI ;JJr:, s. the 3stor $i.
:?49; way things : Savannah: is qm : the public patri.>u.>, promising tll
| physical culture invited I
are : to call
by no means the only town in the I ing several months! ago. This wotnan'a I|! give entire sati.-fac'.ion, both in
A to i Houth 1 at the gymnasium on of the I i Here it i-. C nil .
that has kick any
a coining, nor | child ha been her companion > -- !: good* and prietThe -*. \ .
(; .
e are the railroads the only concernsthat I abnve-namci days. The school i in jail: ever since her confinement. r/ 'y... ': Prescription Department i is in I i I reury. They and I :
: work that
; ;; can bl Wry :
mike their money in one place I girls' clan will organize next Saturday i charge of our Mr. Walter II. White, j i'i
and spend it in another.Til j Judge Reeve is in the city prepzr \ 'i 1 I >prepared to d<> ;any k.'They '
who will his utmu-t to all
at U) All invited I /SMOKE try please
a. m. are to
----- India >n1' 'n '
-- --- ing for the term ; and State Solicitor ''' put on i
who : favor him with their
i K Tampa Times says that "there i call and put in their names before i \ may orders. bect on the market.! ,,<' -
Kc-hoe will be h re Sunday aight. : A- nur tor.k i is entirely III'W'
ha been cou-iderable ,Ii-cu""i.m as '! I I I a-; they huvfi a full ,i.
New Yearfor Dr. Hall I "! ..
will !give I The criminal < in i '! '" .ct" t and fre-h we solicit 'il order. ''
r' 41p1 p county court n w 1' a tn tires in stock.
s to when the terms of suite of the re- j p
: t t. his time free <.f char,e to all thue! i ri t Does your buu' "-' i I" :
{ s k cently-eleeted county cotlHl1i-lul1pr,, ; regular "e.-hu, will :tidjoaru :in a 1 E ,} .(..t.t'0.' .- ,,4 W. H. White & Co. i! lug? They can inikit .-
joining the dabf >rc that time :JI
begin. The matter: wa referred toOavernor few 4 H II; t I '. Their price, ton, an- r. i
I .
1.4 e; Jennings, who ruled that; To tho'Stt j->iiiiiia, :aftt-rXew Year tl.e'' dayTO F t ll1.. 1 6 OW .2. I'll 0\ES: : :i they hare ample' c.-i; t r i.
I I. a first cla* -- '. .
: 1 tin point t is zoverned :and settled by duewill b. $1 per 1II"ltIJ.Eruptions. THEOBLiO.The \ i Day Xo. J1<
i. t 1' section 11 of article 13: of the con.iti- :; 106 Sou'h Palafox Street. ; call on them.j .

: ul5 x t tutiou, which provide'* that 'the \GMR' j Scales: r pairf"1.I !.
t pi mo in tlucout"?: that: hi:
rEg term of all county ollU'er*, units i iotberwie to'I1/.EI: .'. I '
t ,j: been postponed until Dec. 21 H tit I J;;: Jo....t G .. :
1F provided :shill commence '' : Herring Bros.
property' of the Pnnsacola CarnivalAssociation : Phone 57.
ti on the first Tuesday after the first | Dry, moist, rily: tetter, all forms and the Je-se Freh !J. : COt'LIUNG, I ..-

1 t ,. ; 3 Monday their election'in January. next succeeding I. of eczfina or salt iheuulsimples''' Co. has nothing whatever to do with See that Each Cigar is Have specially constructed Wagons FINE STATIONERY.

and other cutaneous eruptions proceed ; the contest. They are only displaying for the removal of dead antmils

:4 the until the takes Stamped. i from the city limit-*. I _
from humors: either inherited, ;; piano drawing; 1 1I
Will remove' dead h< <,"" cowfor I _
14p 1V I I : ir or
u i 4 The Savannah News in a recent: or acquired through defective digestion : place. Onp Dollar ifh. C. V. Th omp-II;!, .N ;" ,
issue deprecates the disposition of' and imil.ititiii. PEXAl'oJ.C.Al.. Ass'x. REILLY, Addrf.HKRRING BBO.Ir .-; l'aIJf..x street. !t.a- ,'1< "

of its make j I'er WALKER IXI.BAHAM, ( IP! 'tve nrder- G..uMitj?. ,
many contemporaries to !SOLE AGENT. new supply of Li.n it :
L To treat these eruptionvitb! i 24u2t 1'resident.; I l:1.3: : East Iut"uJprH'IJ: street.
light of the great increase "f the sot Papers, white blmu.. I ji :: A
---- -
drying i j. d.nigerous. -
claliHic'I'te at the recent elections !. Envelopes) match.! Oxf> n I
Cut thi- out and: take it to auy
; and finds in this latest politl- The thing to do is to takeHood's '! al-o Foreign Mail Trfbl'I w :
medicine dealer
: drug-tore or and
cal phenomena a significant i sign of Sarsaparilla : get a free sample' : cf Chamberlain'sstomach .Swansdown Flour. i I velopeto match lik.1 :, !'

r ; the times. Some of the papers toI I I ::: and Liver Tablets, trie best ::. Penholders, Wa-nkb'-.k-: .

AE which our contemporary refers hold I and Pills pby-ie. They cleanse and invi l.r- etc. always on hand.!

J' that the socialistic idea will never I Which the blood ate the stomach imprnve the appetite HAS NO EQUAL. TAKE NO OTHER.Fleiahmann's Phone 234.CJASTOriZA..
thoroushlyclenn e ,
fsrl ; > and regulate the bowels llegular -
; have
auypracticalforceinthiscouL- expelling all humors and buildingup size, zoc per box. ; Yeast
i and Swansdown Flour will
and that, like i
41s try; the popali.tmovtment --------- I
: .
>a : the agitation will gradually i the whole :,y tl'm. They cure l MEAT & MALT has a marvelous !: make the best bread that can be produced. T'. I -; f f J A'
subside. Hoo.l'< SariayariHs: jn-rmanemly rural J. dietetic viln \Vhile refreshing rJ t
N a nopleannt ALr:
I G Him-. Fran11: :.. < f .a..r.I" from whifb : s-tsvWE ARE AGENTS BOTH.OUR $ 9_ a"." f 4f' -?
The* optimists we fear underrate to take, it helps as=lmil.1' FOR ./ /Ti-td v/
he h"1! *[ \ for <>m<- !1m.-: ad Slits I
= the prevailing discontent 1 tion of food. Sold byPANNHEISSKP. -
in AlrmaVuter. lv>\ %12. AI'"II" \\1-.f pint

i 4 j this country ; and hO'Hthi" may j I'i'i pit on her fact- nod bm-k and <-haf<-.-kin oa P.RO.S.: FRESHLY PARCHED COFFEE .
her bony br whichthe ha i hrn greatljtrouMnl. All kinds of chairsrocking /;
be they certainly the HAS: NO E'Jl'AL. DO XT FAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL. '
There :air mint.s: -t> ci:.!- IDfavor have I
Refrigerators Mar
$i' force of the example: set by the gigantic e a chairs at
of Hood's than
b. thet.Hood's
=: operations of such financiers Sarsaparilla i-ar. promises p. toi few left, which we will sell JAS. McHUGM Prop., :New Orleans Grocery. 4' Quina's. Prices ar ,

as Mr. Morgan, who is everyday i i cure and keeps the promise. ,, at cost. Marston $ Quina. Phone 105 8 and 10 W Intemlencia: St. low.

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LECTURER OF Paine's Celery C. O'NEAL, President; 1Vo. cooa. M. E. CLARK, Cashier ; I ;' II 1 J ;:- (

S. J. FOSHEE.Vice-President PFEIFFER, Ass't Cashier. ;
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PreventBaldness NOTE COMING Compoundi AMERICAN NA TIDNAlN SANK !I J r i

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WILL ENLIGHTEN THE LABORING CURES R8EUMATIS>> i I Designated Depository of the United States. I r' 1 ; t' ..

CLASSES ON IMPORTANT Condensed Statement at the close of business Oct. 22,1902. :: i !.i
withDA .
By Shampoos ,
The Only Medicine that P..e-I Time Loans: .. . .. . .. ... .. ..... .. .. $34<5,3549S Capital Stock ..... .. .. .... .. .... .. .. $::!OO.IXXJ.OO : I I I !

Demand Loans. ..... ..... ...... ...... .... 119.949.74 Surplus Fund... ..... .... .. .. ...... .. .... 10,000.00 I I
of \ents a Return of the Terrible Overdrafts. ..... .... .. .... ...... .. ..... .... 538.74 Undivided Profits. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. 15.256.97 'I ; .
; E. L. Cauthell, a civil engineer U. S. Bonds and Premiums.. ... ... .... 2H; (16.81 Rediscounts' .. .. .. ...... ...... ... .... . .. 64,071.57 : j +' t''
some note will be in Pensacnla Disease.Rheumatism Stocks, securites, etc.... .... .. ..... .... .. 2,625.00 Circulation...... ...... .. .. .... .. .. ... .... 125,000.00 ) r I
Furniture and Fixtures.... ...... .. .. .. .... 6.718.48 Deposits ...... .. .... ...... ...... .... .. ..... 455,0:56,05; : : "
about January i 5 and upon his arrival which does its terri- I. R. Stamps.. .. ...... ... ... .. .... .. .. .. 74.W5Cash I I .' .
will deliver a lecture at the ble work in the muscles, joints and andExchange ..... .. .. .. ... ... 173.805.92 ;. t I
tissues, is caused hy uric acid which I I
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armory hall, taking as his subject gathers in the blood. To get rid of 86'J,304.59-: $>s,2G4.59 I. '' I
this poisonous acid which producesthe i ,
"The Countries of South America ; irritations, pains, agonies, inflammations This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give ?t' I 1
Their Physical Industrial and Engineering and swellings peculiarto your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. I ,

i I Features." The lecture pound rheumatism should be, Paine's used without Celery delay.Com- 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. ,1: I :

will be interesting to young and ambitious 3o other medicine gives such ___ 'i I
prompt, cheering, and happy results.It I j ,

Acj1;ht dressings with CUTICURA, The lecture men. will be delivered at the is return the only of medicine the dreaded that preventsa disease.Paine's I We Draw on All Markets ;, I J k. I

.. skin Thistttrwu .
:aient cures.
pcU >i ttr: Celery Compound braces the !
t! at once stops falling hair, armory, and Hon. W. A. Blount: will nerves, the blood is quickly cleared .i :,

a crusts scales, and dandruff, petition the board of county commissioners of all irritating poi lIn", tissue and
rr. I muscle built and the
are diges-
up .
sc.',- .*- irritated itching surfaces, stimM at the next regular ,jneetmg tive organs! perfectly toned. Do not -ANDTJ \ !.

: the nair follicles, supplies the roots treat with indifference the slightest ;. :
for the use of this spacious place. I f' I
.insurant and makes the hair rheumatic symtoms; the early use of

.we' tt -, a ....(ct. wholesome, healthy Mr. Cauthell is a man of wide experience -! Panic's Celery Compound will save Hold "Full Hand." II II

ill else hi.Millions. having travelled; extensive I you weeks and mouths of suffering. a :
P : )Ir.l'D.\ Conway, St. Louis, Mo, i
ly and is therefore well qualified: to was permanently cured by Paine's c'Sari25tSr :pcpcptepcr 2. ..i\ 1 i i '

Use haudla his subject with correctnev.He 1 Celery failures Compound with other after medicines repeated and Special Inducements Every Day in Every Department. Here are a Few of Special Note .!, ." j ;! \

--l-t.cJ liy (FTICfEA has completed several very important -: physicians ; he says- I I I
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.r.iiipj. I'tir'.fMii: ;:, and engineering feit, notably i "I am (i4 years: of age, and have: fc< j. k< The Dependable Kind. .* .* *< : !
> i-.r < l 1. in>iiii. t.e! I lived in St. Louis 27 years, and all I ,' if
,,I..I 1 dtna\I'llfl uicl the! among which may be mentioned the ; this time with the exception of three I Iyears I I 1."l'I1'm.tlna 1.1
.: .1. fort lugwti\ Wu. I have served in the UNDERWEAR.I KID GLOVES.
!L r. u?ll. \.1.1 *ilrlUli|<, jetties at Port Eads, possibly the
neers' Department as Inspector. Last t
'i.1 and ehutngun! l ,"
..I'tilttll.llt' l..lttl an.t greate-t in the world. In hiHici il winter I contracted rheumatism and Jo dozen Cambric Hnndk-roheifa. item.stitched LADIES'. provtii bt"1 by tI.p tebt.erl RlotbRt's colors $1.00 I 1
.. (\ was laid 1 tried all remediesand : and Embroidered; Kn be' down LiidieV Fleece Line 25c .
t .IIIt w.iiiipii f".raamlytngirriht.uelcaali1 111101'1 capacity he has thoroughly :ic'i doctors up., but all failed until II n..,.. Special ,,"ch. .... Ittbbed Veils,big \alue ":!Jetrm OUIRnt'IUalallWII."thi'pnc lav'akld s:10with.,' $1..0ltJ'"HII r:

-. "-."rt .,frre intHI himself with the I-thmus struck Paine's Celery Compound : k Lm..d. .! I '. i iI'
i-iliiiii. In tit form oft qu. I which has made: a permanent cure ; dozen Cambric Handkerch", l!..mtitcDed ." .. !t
f. i U able to ., (oJ.
i wvuknr '- aii'l rn.tir of Panama: and correctly I ill my case. I have recommendedit with bmbroideri-d l"or15c I Crstsanel I'antniti t J'IliaI.' .!
!.- urjM.-t-H. uLk.ll ., each Wor'I.1I liulf tHul', :: nut j'lc.
:'. .1 de'tinethe conditions and surroundings i to many, and they have utd itwith I ner- Special 1 1 ,
I the same reult." 5UdP7en Kadies' Kleei-n Lined I'nion Suit-, I rice '.f'I..brutt" "I'lIra" for I
Cure $1. of the proposed waterway.The :: I White and Silver; Gray I-'r K.f\n tt''III. n \\lIh.H.I lID equal II' 'j
ete I.allil's'1I.l.m..tI HandkerohetJ- SllOeS .
17 dazes "
I'mp --- *. suit ... .. UwOGENTS' \ it:.l Knpppndurr. lI'Urna" \ I y
nndium ,
t'lClfall"tllf >xlll'f will free. I plHln.bMii'illtchMl. 20c .'
u .. lecture be I u's Lalies' Fine 1"110. f2A to
,, ,I ,.ft"11 tintlllckfll. l I and"ide hem, p"clall'.cn fa"'.
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\1\\ Hit!.imiii.itK'ti. and I.nek In Thirteen. Uo'ywooo', C..brall'd. +hoes fur menonceawrdrrratwdysa .
.1 t'I rxi Ufc.iHhr I I :1do7"n 1.0111"8' All I.inen llanclkfrchi, Km dozen Men'n Fleece Lund Shirts and wear..r.$:1.;".'. : 1 1tb 1 1I
,1 1 flrinM-the Id... fly sending 13 mice Win. Spirey.: ('/1' (,40 .1(11 eke f", ('IJ"1" >, Hemstitched with embroidered corner I'rawcrs. the best on csilh t and worth a
.l) of Waltou Jo'urnact'"t.., got a box ot ;, Iro ..... I >. the he-a value Or "IT Jnc dollar H suit nlany man"money 75C:: : )rein' Button and Lace Shoet!
l''U9H'biK-nUte'o J.'ilIjIAYe'k' a! and .
-.r. --s", ..1",10. ''', .CU11uIIIC.l.Ub- Bucklen's Arnica :salve;: that wholly ever offered, each LJ, OJ i ab long as they lint, per suit worth t: peellli U :41. ; I II .
crock when
-t )eking( will not fade or dyedwith '
IZtr..1'other .
istfd liquid* cured :a horrible Fever Sore: on his luamund Dyi-a. hirectum book and I
-,- In -n-w! up Mm C lit*.!..,|cunt iuritk-M 1111.r leg. Notltiugehecould. Positivelycures 45! dyedbnmplestree. 111.-\:11110..11; In Ks. I Ft n ; 5 Pieces Fine! Table Linen Bleached and Uubltashed, EUc values, Extra I I

Bruises, Felons, Ulcers. Eruptions buritogtuu't.; ,. \nDP19K 1 IflF( I\IoEHllIl7I\l a Specialaacyard.ik.Juljllllu i '
,', "...,1.1. Brti.h lp. :3.It.tnirl .. Boils, Burn Corns and Piles. I I I lUL t One Case Lon-sddle Domestic, Bleached, lOc 0010\1, 8't' c yard. ;: j jI
.: > ,u AMI Cam Ih-int.. Coat liur Sol Only 25c. Guaranteed by W. A. I Three Pieces Fine Table Linen bleached and half bleached plain and red borIHf-d. Me value, r-pecial-1lc: yard. ; I I .

-. D'AU mberte, druggist, 121 S. Pala- 'FRESH FLORALA I IFifteenpiece. Fall Cutting* beautiful goodi for KuizhtKuwt ar"l Kimona', worth inc. ExtrahpecialStcyard.: I'! ,

fox street. ___ ____ -- --- I
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I' I. ... i Ii q.'t'f| (!I. anil I'eni-Jl- Chi PIANOS=. \\'. Presley TUNED, FOR an expert$1.50. who I NEWS NOTESI W. J. & B. FORBES. 4't '

t t o 7. \iuPruin Iluil.tIt World's, Fair, I
tuned pianos: at the -- i
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I i-1- t.. notify ,'ollthtt and i is recently from Fischer's, place -- I. I II
nf t1"above! Chap- better I i Ala., Nov. 21.--The L. A.: I I I II
i'\iticl k. at the wi;rk than you ever hd done or MARITIME. I .. .. I j i
crossing to the new depot Ue ; the I
t. IiMll.! ;1. I' l-= **p -Ci no : Leave unler-f it I Ij
i ,: VH .: in..:i.hfr ittendni I Bookstore. lnlmi :; j;[ grade is about completed to the l lj
i with AI.K; rn I
< i i'.f u rmy* .ui Hot Chocolate .
be ready for the transportation nf ItAl Ilk hnr7iit.. "7, K.u. tt K.i-tittu ; 11:
'i.l i ;11 h'l-llle--,, Cream at Solotfubscrlbr "
I Whipped lumber from the proposed mill at tilt>! itodCl HrnsItal ,
M I \ bk AI.UH, 7.'7. Mari.hini.i: i to ,
J, ot.. \ 'i I mop, ,jUockcraft Hpavy steel rail-! ,,'r j HAS Jl'ST r.El'EIXED A FKE-Ml. I.OI SCPl'I.V OF

t K. I !I. I rorliit. Nt\, In: per w..k.itiht.e. are bpiug placed on the new road. ,, -- II Iish Cranberries Florida Barrel Olives
... I t'I.F.\IHI. [ Roe, Syrup, ;
__. 1 witches, etc. I lindham.l.y (" 'n.icolaLiinil .t t
; Ir.' Tapi-nor I'-'l.
vi-it the ?r Cu for y.iiHnrtam. with I.i""'I i i Itlumhtr i Mackerel Buckwheat. Mincemeat, and Everything : :
It our pleasure to
Q.a iiltaie lH2.mii It sawn timberaiurU at .
e+ ''e;+>fllsaoa.tcr'2ettoeaeoOi@i010iii6 :e Jack-on Lumber Co.'s mill site yes;. $:!Iijijol --- .-- I Kept in a f First=Class Grocery, l'' iii I

terday. .\ r.ulrUllf'/11 Cure fir I'l1- I t
R I FOIl EVERYDAY COXSl'Ml'l'ION *)!! I'Ol SPECIAL: OfC; .\-T"N-: :. r I i
0o The! acrid building is nearing corn Itubiug Klmd, aieo. : or rrotrudinit I
Hello! i ij will r..rund'lIr
+ Stranger I'leiion.! The engine and boiltr rooms; I money Pilfi.our I! P.\/.n. olM'M:-; K.NT lulls to 'curt- I A Car load d cf i ifo Mi Oft{ to-at-l! Majtsliu; Floar Just Bespiv.ii i ; t I :

I are IIO1m the way, and quite a good you. "iiicints.j -' !
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t deal of the machinery has already' II I i ii
*f Tills IS C. :arrived. j i' It will pay you t" adverti in The I. B. H. FAIRCHILD, I JOHN S. BEARD, I '

I 1 The l.Lr6 commissary building; Reporter. I Ii 'cr i* 12 o x fe T u n :m: ATTORNEY LAW .

will be completed by the first of Jan- I! i iI 33 EAST ROMAN: I STREET. n.I' t: I
I i nncr.'j; :Tt'ie-I' ''i! M'lildrOilj :: ': 'y t
IBaers9 uary.Aiiniit. bone : aroet Work and Rtfinishrg Furnture a '.- \fl+eur- ---il':1:; : (I.. I', | |' III. ;
Repository Magnolia t'
forty residences, are on tin i I ; avlery imnrtantl li-:>') ;' .t"'i.)1') [ tit. .
Siittrs, held ; meeting Specialty. Prac-.i.". mull .int.' .,m| r,. j 1rrd| ,.,,.In.. '1 l 1
I way. afrernoon. Jlember i I
last Friday .1ilrnuleqt' "n.4d IL in. m'i r.-i.\ > I
The town street are nicely con |pare hereby notifi(1 at the regular: P1ono "IOCS. |ir. 11I1>' .,r.l dii, _...,t inn c,'. 'd. I I
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Street. : -tructed and impact. Lockhart f ito .; meeting Friday uftfrnnon Nov 2s.I : I -
; 509-511 South Palafox I I at 2'W: o'clock. Nominations for I I t
( be a real nice town. The private I R. K. ,
!, otlicer for next =ix mouths. will take !\f\I\V! ('dIi 1\ :\.J' (!
: i'r !: otlice will be located across Main j place. Members I are s-pecially requested -I 'V'atdim.ikcr, .MiuiufKitiiriii Jcndcrami ,y rlfGWa; r .
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n u t
; street opposite; the store building. to attetid.Miss. ; [

r, office, warehouse and all J. C. \Vu-i IAM.S, I d'riKliiute i'liian, ,
I I JIns. Ei-ri H I':. (;;uKE M. };. U.M. i
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the department connected with thti it V'ul h Palafort... Pen.arolalieTry 1
I and Harness i K. C. ,, t
I Buggies Wagons mill will be lighted from one plant. I --- ---- "IOU'Q
t ., One leadiiit feature of the whole Force at Solomon's.It ; !

..Oisit ; buttleis that the water i; pure, I A bid liver !.> the e-iu-e of mn-t of ._ ____ I f h '
.. ./QiQ/ONfQll9 A ON100 !
tumult Ii
0ede>419e0iL A N the ills with which the body
in South Alabama i- i
and no place: !i II l' I
) :i -iiilfers. The bet way to overcome I You HIM' Tin in at the lt..-too Shot- r r'i
more healthful.Ur. : '! uurumfortnbl" fondition! is to I IJ
this =
ft < < ; (\_.' \ \ f'A J. Hinoii of Louisville Ky..,, hive: a liver rf'tIlf'dnt'MI which' Stun'Ihf, Art Good'The 'i r. "p A 1
11 ,
t ltL(1 i: fj \;,'Iil g 'il i' r'L / the occuli-t, hun been in our town you can depend. HEPATIITKAi.the <= 1 1: 'v t Y pf 3'! kt (2 ) E I I '

. d for a few days an.l will remain until thiilg v. hick will rive; you ..treit c. I F
dl'111.t plea-urn from it- u-t :
: Thur-day next then wll: IN to Pet' and spiedily rtre yon to health. I, Best Shoes i s
, 5 Welcome to All Visitors I -acola, where his headquarter-: Mr. Jas. ''I. McXair <>f E I '

be for come time to come. Mr. i Snnon Fla. sages : I have had some tr"ubln i GAilY Mums I I ;
with liver for about a rand Al I II :
) tste my year 'I"
cam..l.ere well recommended and .
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a half. I hiivH tried u gen,1 usury I 1
f ;:.; o -- AT--- o 1IiI '" ;anmade it host of friends; dining ;, kinds of inediciiif, ilo phy-icrin-: : C"II'; 11-" .tl: th: (;1'1V.I' ,,- .

'i QQ.L "i hi-i-ti;: treatment' but tound.1 n<) relief until Tn li t fen 1),".., ..: t'I: :! llr. .

Friedman & Co's S KHV.: J. T. Mapole, editor of The I I took HKPATlcril: 0ie bottle!I ;n fi1 ) !r- k.- .; :!lie Wllrd! i II
L : Louis New-. "pEnt1turd.ay: aud5unday: ha* >o much !improved me ,. iT Aff"Jld. ;
: have gainedeven poundin weight: : :
'" at Oiit: : ;rovo. J. T. Spradiy and T. in three week-. -My appetite i-- geed I I II .: 1.,

i l: LARGE DEPARTMENT STORE. SWe ''' J. M 1111114. 1'. I. are spending this and that bard: ta,.ti I had :n my I i i -- :j \
'" week at -\udahl"'i\ moutn i i-; all ;'oiie. Sold! by all druggit The Right Direction !r : '
Q; I I Ladies' Private
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ft_ liev. Mr. Uevply preached two 1:1. : I I < df? if

Ii extend one and all, to make '", tere-tluge'rm .ns ut the Metliodi-t : THIft TORE H: THE GUIDE i! 1aJ Dining Parlor. i'I 0

: you citiirch! Sunday.Uev. : :: i iI Poor THAT DIItECTS! SHOE :' :' ;.. 3 .

: ", ,' r Large Store your headquarters while H. S. 1aisoa: and J. K. Ellis I -7 i ii r.rYITvS: : THE KKJHT WAY I 1"1A: -- i i 1 i ; .1

'" have ace'l.tI'd i'o-iiii; -alt.-iiien, i i iI
will receive polite at- J* '"1 I I ONLY TRIED AND HONEST I Regular Dinner Daily. I '
J = 9 the city, where you with C. H. Ellis & Co. If f I .
Sss :> T..1.11'illianr, of CoviiiK'u'-* I i : I.I
one VALUE rHOEltr. HERE. -
! tila nfivn and all courtesies we can assure you. j best game and stock raisers, wa: in !RntiStie photogpaphy, : I I't.
!Short Ontern I'rrmpilyf \ :
I town today.
. *" General[ lieo. Reee, who has been :'u41c :S. lilaloStr: 't. I Shoes for Men I I-'illf'tl :'\iJhr fr I',,). ''I 1 ': !. t .
Goods S Y I 1.
tJ'a are headquarters for Dry a--itiiiK .\ll'l1t1I1rihau at this I V
: In the.lustlce the Peace rotirr. -'ecoQd ii' J t
to Millinery: Ladies' Furnishings ; JJ '", place!: ha: reigned and his place i : li.-triel, K-cambia county, Honda.J : ", Shoes for Wcmen. :; ;r J'.m-thti-i.oi; K, Kht t tI
'" filled by Ervine Lucky of Pineapple. !. WIli"III'1,! i 1 I. IL w. '_' }' uM ting It ..( .'
Furnish- Attachment-damans t-i n.
Gents' V.
also Shoes, Clothing, ;> 'J. l I'. Johnson I Shoes for Boys. .'j' r, t

: ings. Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Trunks J :> Col. W. J. D. Cawthon and young ,I 1 Thdefendant..1.J.1ohronandalt0th i 6J. Nick ApcstVsPopular 1; ; 1 ": J
er persons iuterested. ar. required to ap. I 1
'"' wife were in town' today. pear in above cau e on the rule day in Ian ;; Shoes for Girls. i i ) ,
handle. Restaurant
and Valises, in fact we everything n; ; uaryl.3, being the "lh day thereof. ,! ; 1tl ;
Mr. Frank Reilly's representativewas II
I dKU J. "Ida.lSllt.'ontable.rcondJustlce .
to be found in a General Depart- 2:;;>> here today. I $ Florida- Iii tact. Kscarab'a n'JOa.w'FOHT : county 01 i School Shoes and Dress I, ", :' .;"!., c, '

ment Store. El | Florala's: 1 streets were crowded I JJ.ntlll PPJ'J 1. c: : I
: '" }J )lU9) ) Uy' + S "
I!( Saturday: night by negroes. Nn UARRAXCAS FLA., U p. jt J %..c1.. jt v< ..c v& jt I ; ,
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d( 21. lf! f2 -Scaled propo-- ?
:> trouble among; them. i! als, in triplicate, will be received until n j! : 1

\orn-i .\N.\ioi; ro PLEASE It::>' Our business men will observe I; IL'i: ) a. m.. Dec. 2i.: 1902. for constructing :I Tfco Prices are Right a.. well, n the ; OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S i r '

'". Thank'irivin: : notwithstanding the ': wharf. Fort Pieken, Fla., ,.,hoe;;.
scarcity turkeys which will bn, t.. S.! reserves nht to reject or accept I ; .

LOUIS! FRIEDMAN & GO.p .,.i substituted by fre-h fin from the i / or all prop tsz1= or any part I I I'I Call *i.d -Sit (for Y.vlrelf.:! ''I Fitip ..ytertoday.. Try tt! ( r-: i11 i11tizA1ITLB it i .,

: lake. 'I.'.thereof.application.Informti'Envelopes furciahed curtaining on i i'I I -

::\ Try Force at Solomon's proposals should be marked Pro- Boston Shoe Store ------- ?t r

!, ;aU for \Vhrf: adire"..dV.. E. .I Try Gunther's Ca-adies
l Li B I !.. I Jl\ JE"dqllJ's flit :Best i.'r j t COLE po (}. M 2i'.4d2u! 2z 111 South I'alafux St Solomon's .
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A r mouoman'. Club of a Ten-
The best : Brace M>ldivr.
lat tory' or *>o Atto.
A story is going the rounds about Is the fate of sufferers
the seventh from dyspepsia
About a century ao and -
Charles Irishman, The !inc'ilt-nt .
of theston
: If food remains 'I'I'I
world ot your undigested it .n
the fisbloruMc an
oneahalf price IS .aid 1 to 11::\1' ocrumd at a time i ixxi hf vtn of bod v. In fact, it does actual dama 't >iv t, 1:,

l'el: !;.i'tiiuan was pLijinx i'i a war I j I Lontlon was a i lut know'its.tiiiiwk's'of ? stomach and poisoning the syslellJ' :,
: whit ti the i ,Jtronej."" 's were UadyCatlfr
dr.I:1:i :'si which the cl.romcltr due i
'a'h. l.i.iJtr.*->. Lady Cowl
1* trkn "',> of ton ordinary nnar to make a mllon but a HAYNER QUART Is a Ln in' .r.i. l.. jdStfttin 1 3 Digests
(ulj gear an ',un..,i ','jart < <2'c .M War Uj en" f iI a1on Now. >ou pay su.r 1I ...t'r at i r' : ., t.irv inx-olxed two brothers I -.r i.-itterward Lad.rjluiiTtoti'. : \ ( OOF

least #1 .' bolt!> for w h."u' U- cannot poWoly IK any bttttr than H.Y 'EK. If asgooi ,. birth who levame Mis Int.mmiind Uurrtll latter !t4a! iu What
*i HAYSKK WHISKEY least J3 05 .I.IlIt.r'r: by y Yoo E2
or j a ja.jon. I! )ou buy you tiie at on every I'rinles&lster.azy !.
tfil:',:. Wt -, two unions fur utviui the same ii you pay for one gallon probtblj poorer 1r..'-i" ttiri'i'gli 1..1' of the same t'1 \\jTtl IJi-ly illoll.'Miyi, the 1141; 1- Rodeo
whLskcy Just think tbat over and remember that H.\YS :R WHISKEY goes direct from end the CouiiteLietu. Js the sensible remedy. Ex> fill,:es _
cur listillfr) to you. curries a UNITED STATES REGISTERED DIM'ILLKR GUARANTEE tu.iii The 1 war breaks out. arid one fat It. strengthens the body and at th.. a
suiI's frowns 'Il"iII..J im n
..( PARITY and AGE and save you the deaiers' enormous profits That's.b, th'-u )ill..s his fortunes with: the Union Their or the stomach This rest soon rest, -. 'i
UssoKOcd ,a 'o cheap! Th t'" who we bare over a quarter of a million satisfled cus mid women to hai>i>ineM or dt.-pair. It s
tomers. Tcafs why YOU should try it. Your money back if you're cot sauced. arii.v i t'I"' T with the ConfederateTlil'lal toiiofi\e thetau \ Cathartics: and stimulants only reai,'n lta'.b
is hard fur uto iutIN.r Kodolcure< .1
s. Is Nature's
fiiin-> 1'r.e ( moment of the tonic.
mred in the third niL A eall.ddypepstatook each a hol(<
jl.n KI i !scvnohliou rf'
Direct from cur distillery to YOU adtuisMuu Almaik's. Of the ::5Wi offic irarcelygo. I took quantities of pepsin and other medicines. but n.ta!,!' : .t
lii- rampartof Vicksburg being drowning maD craspsat a straw I grabbed at K t ('r'' of the Toot guards not more than a few bottles am sound and well. GIORG 6. MABSU. .HI
IM..1: !'ii. the I'tiion army. The Aktorney'at-Law\ .;
Sam Dialers1 Profits! Prmnts Adultirttlcn 1 IHAYNER half: a doyen wire honored with ',mi- It can't but
I broths .1 rl' ill eomniand uf the rof.jict help do you good.
to thiteuple of the beau luonde Thug
5 u mnvs. TlicConfcdrnitt'broth cAntalns2t4timeRasmuehlakuaimea. Q..menilasthetrlal wire. .
er 'iimes .ttyta! tlif stage, jxiiiits out his )nmlt'ut was a pure del>oti"in. tig Prepared by E. C. f\t WIt< &: Co.. ('hi. ao. bold by all de..b r. m 'Ml

brother in his otlitws denounces him ..\(government: liy woman !iol bound! Dcwnrs( witcb Hazel saivc a oothln:. I.ealln apphcaO-;:; ;--.-. -, :;,

WHISIEYPURE to It., and a host of Intrigues; was H.ttol't akin dl..u.: Beware of coun'erl, h
{ &> u tractor: ; and! gloats over their cumin
in motion to get an mutation
;: \ A certain jioint in the SlieppaidHarris' PhUIII,41'y'h.ln..y: h.
i ;
Very otten persons of rank who hail
L vp ec1i', \\'.i- the rue fur the apjH-irance
i the entree anywhere were excludtt
is of I ;'..Kit officer climhim! over the
from the club. Such as were mii'iittt-d
r.lIlfI"rfulloWI1< quickly l Ity his sole
had to diein conformity with tin

JJ FULL $9 .2O EXPRESS ti. 'r- n"e ctiit.un usually des-iendcd ..]. t of t!..' no pentleman t...- '
{ < tyrants
.: > >. ','!..rr of the Union forces, tot I T TEE U UV\ \\V ANT t if"SI
: inn) all.J\t't'llo! appear at tl e a":-etnblit"exiept >

irl QUARTS Q) PREPAID ri 1, "ulti.nus!! applause! of the audi-l,3siun I 111 bieiH-hes, white "Iii Vat ; ,

I and cru-h Ou one tin.
.I, .., referred to by Mr.
J II'ukl' of Wellington WIll aNmt tt.I .
.. :
a. f "lie .
t VI Alt 01 V.: for tJ' .' d a. "..' pal' th express chdvts Try it and I ascend the stairs to the billro:, '
.i if V. .1. i all rift' i.d is tn'.:l ai you ever used or can buy from jan : ..T iernian. mistook the cue I dn-vscU la black: tron" rs wlieu tin I
: Ii .' LET n'h 'n "' It'k at uur expense and your L2'; ) 11tho time cLnibcilniparts
wi.. r.f'TO ;: i to vi.ii n i" xtc d JII<' think that olr..r over How could proper !: guardian of the -taUi.-ItIl1t'tt sttgtpt'd, i
It's r.n!! emu 1",1 iuntied: vou are Dot out acect. better : and stood alone :IMr..A. <
forward and said. "Your gruff :IIII..tI. v"e
.' .
t : ( tri i oi: r II. t wart lour quarts rourelf. gee aWe 'mire Confc-derate wld6taa... s 'Y
(ri. ?.,' iu .L '. J sL.p In pram: sealed cane,, uu mirks to show wbdt army. -admitted! in tron crs," wli.'rr n1N.t.the .
:>' 1. 1 ,".ice I began to ;:iz;;le, but the
nIlFr'I '-,- A r'ColI Col Idaho: Mont NVv N M'?* .Ore TJiah Waeh.d t.,iall Scriiitlsnes-s and Stood duke, trill had a great re-pt-t I.eI *-t-( .I-.K( I. A\,' K\' \\ .
+t "f '.tv" '. on ''i .. >f t QUart.i for >4.fMI hy fuprtlllt! I orders quietly wailed away.-Nett
Prepaid j; SO Haartn !ur S1G.O4J by > reifiht Frepaid. 'a i I'i pointed at the Coiiffderlit. J lurk Tress. IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

.11'' \; noting the laughter;: he
Write our nearest ofSce!! and do it NOW.
II ,, !ir.d him and saw that the
r' : t1T" l t11''t're not in their AR.E.
4 1! Y ATLA4fA. GA OKYTON. OHIO SI LOUIS MUESTABLISHED ST PAUL, MilH'WHY n puMic dinner: a careless waiter

IA) DiSTOj-EBT. TROY. O. 16it5.I I' stnniMi'd when brirtrfng: in a lioilfdtonpne.
It ,. .
you IjafersI": he'ttin .
!I! The tongue slipintl! over theedge Nail-. AXP".r'WVfI.! l. !Saw Mill
Iron : and M"r.inpJ
"Et. J.Xi 0J --l'!! 1'iI..I. 1t i" ,; licked! -riillid* !li hia
% "; 1 iiZii1l'iMl! -
of the dish the'Never ,
1104"1' I'I upon >lll" Cooking aud H"atmg-I'tuv, -, Pzti.z.: i
.. ; mind" said the chairman Window Glass! Gun=, Pi-toU and Pi-Inn; T 1 'r ,. ,

IIn" ILt..nrdr cr" In".t.,1. I Gate the Commodore Friendly Tip. cheerfully "it's onlj a Lip-uss lumu.c'; Agate awl Tin ntre ana IIouseiuniisltiMu; (d'n.u1STAGENSFOR i .
0,0 THEY TIE HIM ? (slip of the tt.llgneThe ).
'." I.II'l: ': n hiiitl nt III' I i > \ 'dl I retired naval others were

!!'.< "I 1 l 1,111.) this! : ; 1

r x ToiiiuiU title 1J) .IIIi.,1 \ liiK-o-iiiii 1::\,'" t'.t!; (iri.iti .if. thi. i tion drift back to the days just alter of lighter.>r. A gentleman pn''l'nt.1)1) Revere Giant Stitched IMtiu?, Norttiamptun }I. .
:\rlf'au HnlrInluc. i iI i
f 'It. It'llt, .i li\ II Iillilol< the end of the reb..llion when the navy \\' had no kimwlxiee of Latin jt Wheel (;1)., Liftin & Rina Powder Co., John-.:I inomine. \ :
$1tI MWoiih: la.t1"1..; : what boisterous merriment it
saw Iron King and Buck Stoves and R.iu.U '..
; \ !, (' wI.o.e name was William! yard was at the font of Washington avenue
j ':::i Rroi M-n with her |> (' caused, secretly determiuotl that lie Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather .Mi-,.: ., -
k i \ Kt>xv rut ( nay lent Lioiny. Init or TintPtnit, as that highway
1 -it vear- !d urn Tommy mid would' repeat the whole ptrformance Made: Railroad Colors.
I M>:M cl th. rend for the hitter pure was then ealled. Various,; anecdoteswere
;'. wit',I !: hint a..r..still' City ] at his next little dinner at hOllw1l1l.J
*" I >e had a Yard measure with xx'Luh retold concerning the absurd' MtuUli party Masonic Temple Pen "'ny: mnanI6'stwl a lively give his guests; a :great l.uiuli lit hisxvit.

ii i ;;$ b !'... \:ltb !. !'. lie UM-d to conii'Ute the amounts. One .
,r ,' to distract liimtlf he took the "
K .!.".xl. uinu; look at it, and hU The CIf'I'IIlonnrl'ln'ol.. There \\'a't tot
t tumid falls xxlm-h are the cui- 1 '
t : 1 PHll'l-d ll.Ol.; >e a leg of mutton and the hint had The Star
*- of his tr.H'.e-thf.v: may still In -.i' Laundry
1 M.uuin.i. what's be tied for Instruetest the waiter to let it fall when
in front of .'t'rf.tillhs in Lon ,
'f) ti <'s first question: after his coming In The waiter did PO" to thepreat
9 .". etuwinat"ah I -and. pLo-ing; thcni on h:>, ooun'tr, 1, +-- ,
: to hit theta ul" nit with his r1 t % dismay of the guests."Oh .
!: ii lard
14 ,. f'l/, Busiest Best !
: ;-t. .'->n'tit: away, the 'nsnre. ) never mind" cried the host Biggest, ,

,," cheerfully "it's only a Inpsu-: Iiturusi':
le found it made a i>Mtpum'. lie
;, > : .is the nest 11 To his great disjni I and nstom-li-
r ; a kind \ -a R i j. '..: ,.' 's made. of 1 ment however, nobody seemed to sec ,
| ;: off the otbei and In.- frifiin-
i I
1 "' in Ilia! L' it. sii'd: now te Is usiJciuii that some- !
.. ";Ii.iw thus l'UI.lop'\l calkd the
I_ A 'j .:(: t Ki-t away I 1! tiling; mu-t have gone tHOU Tkey SpeaK
nill's'Iml! It 'bnrt.
: was *um !
'" I ] xvht t're-I'ea rsun's. :
'nto billiards But tin xard-tnk -
t" .. I '! the instrument with x\hiii! the I : ) l ld: :: !
i r f; f' Ii lI "t rel I The' and Marconi ;
,; were k::,.. ki-ii 1\[tout, ai.d dithvul! I
.. i III: for Theaiselves
I : : 'rs : "And this iuxcntion that w :I t- N >'II i s s'!
arose us to w hvt to rill! !It. Thex )
'' .It| ,
t t : mat .. : I pay throw Marconi in the tl' s N
| '' it after tin mute of the (law:, "
1 what is if:

'I ..'!, II I :!Mil:i ? ; l -a I.w.Paris: Fiall', I ".\ wireless piano for use in tut I We IK tl.i !- II i

I huul'cs.-U t!. I .Hid 1 (,'utTwe I,:mtg.: <1. r

I H. 'I I. IMl'l ''" i Irn Mm and 11 Snf<*. : tin lil-i.lxeThey vnii! ; I.

34 .. .. the subbahemciit of one of our big: I, horrible.WiggWhat .
Simply r ,- I tli'in w>- cm. WH n .in' :. I
.1 1 !,,' c i .: u I insurance i-onipaiiH-s. is a safe so a beautiful nose t-l.c\ lu !
111"1'\' hthe. w"rk w. II II I t. :
: f that a theatrical louipiiuy might
I'll!I 11'lux bas: I

,; f. :Ii !m I rfurm therein. There :are three dinir.s, Wag -Ythat's her scepter,
combinations of whose KM'k.-
: are .-rhiladilphia Ricord.Foley's .

'/b p'- tr. .. .- by ten mm. II.uh man a 'lll'K.! I. 'IS < ll' nit: TO nonK"tlnoarh
q .f !
-! r.tu.\iy; :! i of Honey and Tar for emu-L! ALL WORK c. o. D. f fir D..hrd: F ,
; :, .J .'II"U!''!)' of the company is an la- I "t'ulilhat' fl' 'In.|\! .11',1"1.,1| Gaods Callfi ; ii ;

t i'' : : |part of the intetrral whole In ins the f.. that :IH.-. i.ithi-r tli.inllrlii I-tli.! I totedafe ;
: 1 Iiil the little .I1 < t l"' .
': Fire thou are required to I TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST
-k i r .>' ; i r .mil oxer l'llt'n .\ nits< til1 se. :r.'l lit' -uccii'iniliiiiN -,: :UIIII:!:': r 121 Nt. Plhfox i-t. I

t t'i I '. lIillIlIlIl1': i, outs'r (l.xir. lark knowing- tflh I | (if tin.i.inl. N'o .411puyw! ] - - -- -
i of the entire i-omtiination! and I I WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
t' rh st ..i- : : | no with |".litn-il influence feared for GOLD IH-: T. ,

!. \, having Mt the gatlii : -- I } ---- --- -- ---- -

s. ;t i 3 \'. t 1 'fui of Kuieli, i :, i> folloived in turn ty K, minion Man huiul. the commandant tit "Let the GOLD DLST twins do )IXlf "or ." I WEEKLY ""CUI-DeL..t I
l> and I:, xxhen the bolt Ix
may I Ie't
: .- : grit!. torfcportth.itallv tllt'staliutl. lie was milking; a prn.itc ,, i ii
d 4 11 : :Q. Curcured! It tour of iii-jwrt.on when \w tame !i<'in-- I I

of ki.lut-v> :tad bl 1I1,1tr Youkcrs'i: is f'I'I'II.1| liihre,' men in couilii- a ihiinttT M'atiil on a siiar uiok'ii'! : :.1 I : I I ('FA'SCOIi V KliKCTUIC; TKIIMIKA.UAHWAY I HARPER
.. and t'n-! third l. 1:1 the lat- (. I i
.1 txxo. .
.'. > ,
IW Jlhl't : lad _ivou u piw' at all hour when hslioiiM I"!) .t.
4zq k'' g Y.\! ., 121! S. j.. .: t.ix Lath! Iwiu in coiii'iin.ilion lu't'ii it work. CtM1'r1DY.Trams : )

!II i.i p.c 'I' mirtf of the ether eight on leave rVm-acoIa lor toe Mill
\Vhat lUk 11IarchIl.1"I'aillt'r.

t f-olcy's Honey .l.7d i I uilc! ; V'f1St'. '"lid dn'irs! The mtv is uiv." was jouV the laconic rt'iilj.Vliy I and Bayou Fort, KU Barrancas CnyouWarriugtoaKavy at tan WMIeinf E ")

'a. I : :.u ..t 1. 'H& "
c I I \ ;IP -l\In.t at work" t:!Wi a 01.arrive at !' Harrancn 7:15 a.1o : v, IlltJr i

} c kit; -- "(iii. titers !I..t- of time to w..rl!:." In:iMa m. arrtv. a' rort Karranciu II ::4taD i {t 'J
i t-, O..IIIIalIt. There i i- no c"ulh nieaiciue 1 :0"! r at Kort barranca i.atpv I
> 3o
pop- said the 'iriN'iftlit to refill! his
man |pr ; sro p m. arnvcat F Oft Harrancbn /If: p nelbp
I a-s Foley'Hmity: ; and It l I.illt'' I IFk m. arrlv ailort harrancat I:" 'PI i Q, ,
I '* Ill) Dj'iutif. or pa- nat d lpal ',:,Mip m. arrlvw at Fort Harraocai sm' pea ]
Hr fail. to cure. W. A. D'AIem > ) till know lriut. I sta'I ask'tl theo : ti, Train leave tort h.-r.nca. tor Yenta i I

,-, 121 S. Pulafcx B:. IH.Jt.f'rl'. ai\I''\ t !" .' !' through; by I Illl oola a; i

? !< ties,, i iI OgU51ibrY:15. ,
j jSt 1:1':! i a m. arrtv.HI Fi-nsaonla u a..11

A IN.tnl Ito FurRcit. IVntaeela ........II.It .
II. said the man without tinlichust : : ll.injp m. arrlv t t .I ..
t ItI .'s ill .1 ,,".'11 iiiun u]' the state. I of !, 2)0 p. m. ..rnv".t "'""oa ...._. .5 p. is -;, fM "'rt.
1 .let, apiH-arance curioityir.k- I 6:"jp m arrive nt PfntiHcola S:k5 p: n i '-. ,r'1 ";"
MH.'I! _: I Ii\v\ii' xvho was eounsel for inc a Illaldl, :' 7:9'p.' ra arrive at Hsinsaooia 7 :x5 p Yh.

;M r' pnHU r in a minder trial was cross "1 rut& CqUlO"IITl' March.iud antl tIC! GOLD DUST '8.t3p; m. ar, \"" lot rnuta.o' _._ al) t. a I : -,. 't1.Itr..a. ....", !

.,1.1.mi.I _' iiii oho farmer, the chief wit fOininiiniii.: otter of the navy yard:" w!.. clear ary-.-p .a-itie -c'athes! ;ardi shes.POU Hatnrdayioaly I .*.... -. '- --;:I.r ,..;
of the 'iition. The art fit '-jfb all dor-' ''c* :u/tfrg FARE FOB WEEK DAY. ---.e", cFamous
-s |prustt testimony "Is that soV" asked the ,painter tiuittlit Ironce t' >u _a.: GOLD Dual:, .g.n; a ''dOO'.
tiie f.!iriiur went ti.t>hoxv the time at between hima lesser.a cart Peniacolato Fort riarrancaiana return fcm
m fir Jmfi's.'t'lI you PeusacolatoNagYare; and r-tnra IAPenaaooa
: lr.'I' Lee sjiw the aieuhtil pass a field lint -las.j( h, and I'd advice you to Klde o. rm TMf N K FA:RBANX COMPANY i to almeuo H..acl1and. return ia4CKDAT \ at homeGenerations fm

Ch.CioZ o New 1 't Brstoi 5ti i.oJaMJ
n- hixv.IM xxurklu;:
hold en to rhiladelj'kia Times.The i IOU EDODE.
"N ," oommeneed.. i tees 01 CV AL FAIRY SOAP
II\ mx man
4lfti/ "you 1 Wb"Q psrm.t the running c past.

'' I.uttlutt! >ou sixx the i-nsiuier pass I open couches

r.r |.ot.ito tii'M at 12 o'i-lwk.\ How limitation Coniplclcd.Rilii Lf avf Henaaoola Lv Fort Htrract 'I Famous now all oven>
>i> Powli-r i.f the Mttl1Miltchurch REST FOR THEROWELS fI a. m. 10 a. m.
m jnti know it was 12 o'rlockt'"laud .. l, in the World.
n one : of iii..ird C 'llin' that it was 'I I lp.m. Sp.m I
iii in cuiifrivuietry bitterly hruue I ,
Ip.m p.m.t FijI hate ItDannheisser
tone, drawled the old farmer.
of the oilier members and, after ". m p.m. I
d n't: carry no watch when out :;:- : 6r.m p D.
li-toniii: to a lonsthy; tirade ealeritng : i 8 Bros
i' Cat when I home 6 p..m. D.m.epm
: : I"' sot If aayrn't ri-fruUr. hem Itbi ITroml of thin
i the matter in iUttiou. rtplitd in a yea. I h.m. i iI
ton ri4 t > Ii r" k *p ; .1
j. 1 liiitir liter it half :2 the
l t was 11:1t ty '
1 .f
manner that seemed to make u-ry I it: hehuprehsiml bug r p u> I FABIroaarKCAT I -- -=""
"'hell, 1'I'k." b .1 '- b ieaiaooiao art Karransat Nary -- -
on his opiioueut wow arising i .' ,. I .) Vr L. 'pUi 4t lwae:'
t lord End retnra_.._._.__,___ thPtoiaoola DR. i KING'STRY
The young Lawyer did not welt to j gear afJ teaa lab tea
I ; otn-ti'lieJ hi- arm in the tl.rf: "tmn to: Palmetto fieayh one I
.ar more He tunsed to the jury and CANDY r..tnpn. ______ J||
of the bishop rolled his ers tipu.ini' j jr I NEW DISCOVERY!
i'.I", :,; "i;.'utiemeii of the jury, you try "...Io' exclaimed: 'I CATHARTICEAT No 1'1ibt eland otter 1:15 c. m I
( In. o! t the n'u1o.t i : > heard what this old gentleman .
"I 'eliver uie from the snare of the FOR THAT COLD.
t :srili i- ;i':..- ou-tom of : i ,. said in ._:rd to the time, nn<1"I i

I .iK\ \\ ;a!. I > ,1\ Hill JoU .... | "S.I). ulster" interrupted the farm- owh r: ., I .7:; EVery Woman TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
And from the
noisome pestiMm' y 4i17I "
I m I -'End-Tlit'srclitodman.: : |! "1 forjrot to till you that the kitchen | added the i-hoi.i rising quick .. a ....- atalerci.el Alc! U:<1I' .W" Cures Consumption' "'it: .m
"a .
-1! 'uaFran.i.s: y I'hroim U>. I l. .), ab 'III r w r
i -k been at half past 2 fur the j
1I I Cash and lulniii-km;? the roll of taw uthtr's t I fLHhirlinq Spray ; Cola, UronehitK-; : *<
time yars' \e\v York Times.I / .
+ (rout.;; l'tir the Strong.r I _____ I fjta bud ilh stretch of the arm. r i I I v\ .. ...?...- tC ik.v, "... .'I... "I /.-',"I PncumoniaJIayl'Vv.I i.S! '''J)!- :.

X -- .. :. .
: "
; 4 % our f.Itl. r 1.01# u i-tnuig : .,... "
The Onl
) 11'ay. 'EM LIKE CANDY I "" IIU..I. ri.y Lajrippe( II'Jar.dJf',
I. I ,
I i The \atnral Effrrt.
: .f. luMit lit. Willie: ? &
CI.'rj' : riaurij to hear that 'i'.aant P.. .101.. Potent Tae. d panned I.' 110,11. 'to"It 1Whoopi
.hr. I i ..Tn t think: He swallowed his false Serer .."k., S\ .-ikffl ann{ U ,,0.1 '.1 DIf I ,' Itutpptytha" ..... .'" Sore Throat, Croup u '
Fell Ihlu.r| in this huttl I fr lv,i.Nri'" fur ttct 'U'I" sal buuliet" r'Dj M \R\ am.. are.-pt W ..
1't ,s'm" nrr'" -Willie; 4-the I Clerk11. .. te<'th. I Leilth. I a (A'r.: I at rand Mump fern. ? f'omjh.
Hotel su w. wouldn't ... ?
i '..vj., tilt1lburgrr! : IIL" : ".\nd now I suppose he has n b'tln! ? enWSfIlUU... OUPtM, (DUlro.. or dew TURK. 101.1',j.1 ,k -wilH It v.+Miantuar.erred".I..n
you ceild c..t' IK.UIHI'. to stop buyingir.lrooklxul.ite "tn' '' NO CURE. NO PAY-
t'l ... i i pain! la the stonach.: "-Philadelphia KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN r.muigilpi.: 'R\I.LlO.., caU.t : .
Price 50c. and 51 TRIAL BOTTLES
fl I Bulletin! ; Room Eo: Tlmei bldg.. New Fort

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+ Dir. Parkhursts cooks

f s 4

t Quick as a flash. Presto is lovely. Saves all the fussing necessary of

i 4' with fiour. The quicker you get your biscuits into the oven the better says

133 East nth Street, New Yoik City Sigcejj' K. Dowd, with D'n<

s a a e The P35C H-o fis{ ?} Company What does your cook say? P resto

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251902. ?

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/ We eat'iflallaita Wild American. A Ca Where the Wedding fling .
According:; to copyrighted:: cable tress
on the Right Haud.
sacs published! in the I'itt.sliurs' ; Dig.I -
A clerical correspondent of the London ;
patch. Charles: Schwab president of ,
Express: tells of a wedding ceremony
I the United States Steel corporation ;
) in which he offleiated and In his !
has bwn causing; amazement in the
I I zeal for rubrical observances laid himself .
European mind by the lavish mannerenims
i open to a comical and crushing ; .

retort"I was then curate of small I( i', '
The Perfect Food"r a country '
i,I for infants and Children. ;1 I I
\ parish in Somersetshire, and one 'I

For t\ day a couple presented themselves Castoria aharmin.s substitute tor Castor Oil, Part j

after due preliminaries for marriage gorse Drops a Soothing: : S>nip". It is IMcaxint.: It 'I i i' t

Brain andMuscle I In the village church. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor oth.'r) Narcotic .. '
".\11 wei. well until the moment Mibst.iiii'o. It tlo and allays ri\'rri.linos.: 1
came when It Is direct by the rubric It fui'4'f larrlxi-a<1 Wind Colio. Ji reliou-x Ttcth1117 : I' : I I I

)4 iI i that the man shall place the ring;; upon Tn ubl: >s :tit:1 cures Con...tinatiu i. ft rt'utiltc's; the I 1
Stoniarl: aul KoucN, icing healthy ami natural sleep. t ;
F. I the fourth finger of the woman's left ;; : r;

I I II II hand but then trouble hl' =aD. The The ChUarvnS Panacea-The JlothcrS rrientl. : t, f I

I yokel apparently from nervousness or The Kind You Have Always Bough'i I-I ,

I I I i iI ignorance: laid hold of the right hand I I I' :

I ". of his expectant bride and placed the Bears the Signature of ''I /' t tt I

: nII!; 1. fIi .y I ring there resolutely. %! ': :: j I I II

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:Xu. I slid with quiet firmness, I t.I I'.
I 'you must put the ring on her left 'i I I II' I I

hand.: To this his only reply was a \ I \" I

stupid stare. Thinking! he Ijil, not un- :
deryto me. I repeated my words, but # ; II

I with no ln'ttt effect. 1 In Use For Over 30 Years F ; I I1Nr
+ I "With as taunt warmth and Insistence :
rr NYlu* COMPSNV. t MVMa.t St. OW YOMM rite i''
:I.'n justln! by the a'casloth :!:t.r-: ... :P; "' .... .:fi ,I t

I I now took I I'uwr ground and I 1

said, 'If you do not put the ring on i

!n w'urU lu- has been'1. SCHWXB"]p,'Udnte| n1'HlPY !: her.' left hand. I must stop the service. tf. B. WRIGHT GOfflPflflY ; .!

--rfect health sonnd restful N
1 sleep, in T:O\:".' ,tad l tin- Italian Olijv'IIKVSMr I ",\ntJ then the climax! : fame With aeompla'ont j I I !, i iMANUA'TI'K1Ea j

: :-:'-!iwab, so it is fi'ported!, has liven I Ii :! smile, that seemed to show r- \ I
clean '. rij. AND UKALKhS: INLUMBER i !
t complexion, bright eyes, i chartiTiu steimislilps nud railway I' his satisfaction at having! for the moment I

ti i 1111- with as little regard for ,I '''I."tt'the parson' the bride -Tr: : : !I

teeth, sweet breath ; these are as t'.i- ;!-niw Italian i\es to the etest !, CTOOMI settled! the |">Int fur all time i ;I I ; -, LATHS: !I.. ,
ffl'a pi( ate of maelrolli.114'11 ; 1'Iearii..z with the words Tlease, sir: .sheain't I t. f I I

Missings! that follow a diet of in ,public, it is said Mr. 4 btrah bus 'I got no. '' I JJj I ";- SAWED lJTPRES3&E'S6iEZ--iiIl-rroJ' l' d &VHENHACOT :I! 0'' i' ,I"

:1111'11'1.1, a.tniich attfiitKiii as the king ,,i I.. I : ,;

bin:s-lt The t'lIt.1l''TII11; says: "Half --.; A. KIA.VK IcbiLAr I ; ,
:MaltaVita.MaltaVita rrnlmlily a Trn rllne Man
tin- pr"f.'ssiinal! ln-sKars in Italy are 't ;
"His wife Rirys: they were married for I I
Lt -|,-_ii, :\Srhwali.. He is n-tirriil
is entitled i three years before they had their! Lrstquarrel.
justly to "
] to' \ "'wh't' us nh4- will Aiui'ri4'an'. fl:
I ." I D WO Dm \
1 11''nk! ( of Mr. Schwab sty his idisiirisus > :
't Inl "The Perfect Food" for old ; are for result of mental "Was he away on business T'-Chicago : '

n. I rw'irk tutu that he dt-layed\ tw I l.mxiis ltccurd-1leraliL \ EXPECT TO Sl'l'l'LY A MUCH LA KOEK TUADFTHIS ; I! i iI'

.l !' sick or well. ti'p! to r.urope in search of change: ,t
< > I I'I
ung, I II I WINTER THAN EVK. 1 KKl: KF. : '
, I cull u-vn-atiou. I The Worst r'f.rm I

t i'\( .injr perfectly cooked, pleasant i t ylirrar !!ol""h'f'-.I'aularily.- I'I'lofKodol I It Multitudes, the:are new iugin di-covery'-' the praises which I SEND US YOUR ORDERS NC1nt ,: ,!

digested and assimilated i Conu-11! stuilrnts' will kctnly: miss this :I N making sick well Olsen Co. I
easily people
tr, | ; many Thompson cManrcsa }
; >i 'ir :horse 1;I'Jh"I, the bi-i ht-arted, 1!.' ,
miuithetlc Oxford graduate! who h.-M 1 and we Ik people strong: by digesting;

Vita is an ideal food. Leadinicers .I what they eat, by eleauin and i I
Malta= th Lair IJi Enlist and inoJcni LJ-: ; Street, Telet hone 147. :
i| history, \\lni has mme tu th-* ; sweetl'uilllthe stomach and by __ ___ .::-",, =

I' .i '- everywhere.MALTAVITA 1 l"ni\ersit\ California. Morse, as he transforming: their food into the I ESTABLISHED 1863. ;

j: was iaiinliarly spoken of, was cuiiMiltI kind of pure, rich, red blood that I _v i

PURE FOOD CO. I \hr the students uti every OCCU.SKHI make you feel good all over. Mr?.

i awl was in pailiculaily peat demand Urarjfill.ofTroy, I. T., write : For 1 McKENZIE; BRTING & CO., 1

BATTLE CREEK, MICH., AND TORONTO, CANADA. I and a number of years I was: : troubled
as speakir at their banquets I I
| with indigestion and dy-pepiia 0 -OEALEK8 IK- 0 : I
suiuUers. Ills fondness for the wl'I'Ills
which grew into the worst frtn..
p1' \"I'hial at Ithaca. "He is asking for |, Finally induced Kodol I '
was to use and General duarel
"fll i 0 On I'"u. r, Can+IG- Corrlll.M.TU the rud, ." said a jingle In the college i! and after u"iiig: four bottles I am entirely I Ship Chandlery ai ? !
\' ; : t tI. :! Corelh. flits iiox.'list' has pullihtd > : annual I 'to bu'ld upon the campus a cured. 1 heartily recommend
.j flC3 AND 005 S. IMLAKOX HTUKKT.: : j'
I I. .: ,', an firticli in all Ktiirlish: inagjine ll'lIf""rs' 1'111,1.11IIN.'x II IIlotlit'l' Kodol to all ;suffers from indigestion I !

... ..;, '.a / on. "\ tib.nuIn; Wt-ilth.! In 0' .\! jiiijile that appran-d in the and dyspepsia. Take a dose after I -_ -.'.A.OETtf OTT-- 'I ,

"'hi-'I h stn t<:\4 s(.ml' I t\ tty har"h' \\"illthl' students' humorous paper, I meals.; It digests what you eat. REVERE COPPER COMPANY; JOHN A. IWEHLI O' !ONH CO. 'fa I : I'

i- '' !,;, !1'1": as Iluug;:, al Wit rlt'l! .\III'I'J''IH! iill'ludillIr. ; was aUuit "the butts tn frost of Mor- I Hargis Pharmacy, John Shepnrd, 1 GALVAnZgUIRf. HOPE, A. RO;r'EL! & SON'S PITMFH. ; I

'led :\ J. l'it'I'J"ut Mnrgaii and :Mr. Andrew rill." Morrill hail U'in the building in Sidney Kahn 1
:? I bun iulizi rll tJ. CDs, Stolid! lastmaHti; ; Sitrli. isV/i, JWii I '
its Carnegw.: She Hkl'lIs11': Morganto : which Professor Stephens! used to deliver ,
1.1.1..1.; I'ill.. COW PAWsKS.! ; LOGS, 'TU i : i
.' 0' tot :t nionejcd octopus .stretching out his tint uitirnliiK Iwtiin I It i
Lots (It talk about this IIItI world nut 0. MoKeuzie: Coli \ far riir I'tl-'t nnvoleut I
I 1' his grwily teiitaeks in every direction .\ the student gathtrliiKS l'rofe'or Darting "tiii4 ;:'-"it Also ;I

t \.' aral striving to ;rasp the I'ritish ship- I, Stephens almost always "talked round 11f'!"r a bright one, yet if it vent to ciation. I ; I

industries and intorw-ts., Miss Mazing; fir't thins you'd do would be
d I -I pint| : i the cfini'-is of a huge cigar. !
til.. CorelI ells Mi ('a rtlf'.11' a "pwir bus toall out the tire departnu'iitTlure's 1,1
'" .oua bipkd" an-.l acut'8 him of patron \\ill simlj Our JoarnfUain.Oliver always! hfin he old land. ECTION'I I i :

'. but the world gets mighty tired digging .
.0 A IVirthwick king's; Wf'SR'n'Jl'r. *_
o--- or oFensacola
for iI. I
i so
has taken a run over from Kng-;:
The lmnt of thin world co\i-r a I II
... land t<> take u l 1"'t'P i in at some of our > !FIends
I iiiiillituUe of :sinners that don care a ;
I h"I'I"n after his
big; new spajx-r I>
!, straw for : other cmerinc.
I'I II urrh al he said to a rciMrttr in \Vnsh-
II S4imv full.spend so nnuh time in Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus i i
I !
"It I 1 iugtn. "l'\i' just conic OUT to study I I i- r
looking: aikMUl they m-\er set tin
1 :'::1 I j. American IU'W"JlJ.l'ro. their machinery I! ,
train cxmvuv! : : till it's teal late to stip
and inethixls.! and shallisit :New York
Beautiful Lots for Sale. ;
aside Atlanta: Constitution. t
'h I.I tiltH Chicago.: Washington! and I'liilidelphiaI t

'I 1 Wlsl.t. : I, do this I ant al'vady amazed at !
', .I. .. !1:1\:.i1 i I: and wlIlIIll'rfu11)' of I Si-rl .cx Mntl jour The man in the dress, suit was :
.. to location and
!hlll'lrr r.uding! out things and expect to get I I ing surroundings. ; !

I "'.I! | llll'.lt.KI. J, \%jl.Irr'' ratu h b.nwie while ht-re." I aDsrry I'
I r. I "I say" be evliUraed. "it's a dtucedi Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, j
i 11
....,,. Drink. z t.h' ': outrage"What: is'asked the proprietor jifj 'I' High Dry Fertile Land a'd ,

:ai. "'g4 aI"1..\ Thaiikril.
1 I waj t.> j>ieiire the! She -Yes. I t"ld you I'd always t* a I t hi restaurant.l i !
l "!', .. IHIT mi.staktii! f"T a w ut-ih: The grandest: opportunity for investment ever fi.
"i.1' Wll4l ..II'I] 1 I si-it.T to you. and I'll be glad to bear ,

Ir into a jar u'li! anything you hat a to say to tae twit-t':" c iMpl.mi'il tin "ymith."Thuntler cffered in Pensacola. 1. I Ii ;
I and pini! 'l'i..1 th- ,prprietur ''
"""'1 and shrike the twoI'HT hair k 1 1 He -Stv months" ago you told me I'd
1, ;/ CiCltiHlh "Il't.'ll li.l'e '" tied! I
I A |pinch! I ut -,'Itj.1 f \ thank mine day for refusing; me.Let i Rome Seekers Should Sea These Lots, :
yjilt : :i W.ito sturi th'tt or I Won't ,be :.iblitokii'pii I
\u 1 ii!l li rpIM| 'ial me do so nt "ltlt'111I can't hold I
WM'tils" Itt'nnkl. n t.i !i iI
'I. to. .i.lillt patientsul Itf li'i a candle to the girl I'm engaged' to :J, lg '
L .A.V Clwu.bbs
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t :
emie < iiiiil'liiith I I'.tiK now 'II1
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; "ihtortrllcC,: \\ hi'e*. !! I . clear and with eaieI Hi* tnoftteredI'.t.nee.. {9 'Y0thissignatureia Q' II Cnrner Garden and Alctimz Streets f :

I I. rptI'O' I'lllll. 1 Illllkt'l' ;; (CheeksYou the sonnet, worst I t I.i I.

. 1'_ Illii U!>fd ill HlK-t. I'' I tPiiipi-red titan In town. on every hex c( the pcnnlne I t
/ tri II Laxative 13roiiio : K. C. HKE T. WM. H iCNUWLLH: W. K. I1YKK. JR.. J. b, KKKHK.Preslctmt. I I' l
', '.1 dark is in.el.-' \>\' I'laekYell.. you se., I IM| next door =QuinineTahlrtsthe .
I Vice r'r. &:d !1I. i tinier. Aii't t'ntblor
1 ch"ol :News' rt'we-dylhAt cures a cold la ODe lnj ,1. I
t. ul! an PCS: t" a troth to a !public -ChicHgo

".i.."iMiKMiutnl.' III nt' iT.inJv of This rn! h JarSIOll $ Ouina have I 1lJ I
Foley Honey always
l.. .1":"i'1"_ toriliul fur au lu'rlCIANS stops the rough! and t'althe: Inn; .mnc very nice Dressers and : First1 i 1 atlona l"naiik 1 II.j .j I ,

Uefll-e substitutes.V.. .\. n'AItIIIhprll' Wash Stands cheap.
1:1 1:!1 S. 1'iltfox St. rerij I

.. PRESCRIBE IT. Just the thing to'go with t
OS" P Zf8ACOLA. TT'.a.T3SriZ3C
I tiiuiJi-J I''YII'IIII1111111 .." Iron Ptedft.
"" -
d'-ostentation>l1 nut s a a:-jii. Cut tit ; ; : '
:r'- -,\' :tuJ'Fir. I isI 'O:n { s 1
i Re iii 4ii this tit'rrr (msl.uiLTlit by Miss Medical !o4OCI '). Atteniion.
,' tOIIIUiO -'iff ..Illlll :' 1Lu'.c .- ItMiini in thus\ | | WM.H KHOWLE3 '.V.A BUJUl-'T F. T. lif.Etn X. JJ. H WR.: Jl ; a
:: l\ f..r tlir .tt nut If You Have There will be a regular! meeting ol I .
.\ ,i nation 4ii' I .n:d; IS3.. BUKN 'I
''I Peasacol Medical
: at
i- l- :1'10'1' w..dlcllI".1 I Society
',.1.I rt". li'l I S. the I'liilcil Stats is a kind uI! <' --- i he Board of Health once it l Ii t

I I ill th.> wurlil'ti .imi::t<'-s Hut lni' )'clock p.m. Tuesdlly. Nov \H and 21.i e t la

.II"'IIlh is iiK>'l.iinttTfil. in doll.irs RheumatismURICSUL i Visiting piijsiciaue are cordially Em! pi nt t-i! n Al "d !

I ami t In'r iTituvim-! th< "urrl; | lt. rid 'nrited: attend. a ,:

j ti'u'.s!: dollars are tin only' \\ inI''iul -roggajBMtaaai -- -- DR.W. C. DKWBKRY, ______d_ .___y ,I".
CASTOR IA I ; President
i I.sli S.H.- |J hs tarn sullul, the gnat! &ni OK. L. DEM. Hun'KEK.nisttf r.We; draw oar own Hill ol Exchange: : on Great Britain, iralese ., :
i.-il I..' tli.' Ainor.i-au tl int." .D' .1'St'1 alll.ln.1i tt
: \
tints and Children. i Keme-ly m.i: cure : Seeretarv. Oermauy, Francs, AotrIuly! Ht'land! tfpain, 3olt-iuni nt I .1 }'Inantirr'N I'"II.I VK.. It also"' cures Liver, Kiilnci auJ
r"; \ Yea Have Always BougM: !I .;. t'I.: 1''I'llt( Morgan; I'liirl..s \[ 11:801: <1..,'d by an ('K:<.i4r>( way 'e1pi1. D nraark Pond other European- cocntriae.npon : j.
It faill. out
Inc lie.v Lever builds up t:
: SII! '\ .i'!''I' mil! several tiM'nils \\1'1 ii> alI iL. !'i-alth tinrabl Term and tt: JI :

i Mr \1'11':111'k"III""s liMikii'j, 0\ "I'I" ...: tamp for book of wonderful cer' ObUv; 'onaTik! : Payable a. Port of ft''-i.: a.: 'n Tan rr Flft u DaH 0 I Iaftrr I
I tifii ates Price. $1 per bottle For ale < J t. .
V Vaaael Arr Thers.
.n 1 iin- <>t the i'rui' Ininlni;;; iloas.h-. b;' rtruEKistii. II your 'IrucKist run net .
= I S,.li\\'ili fill in lots with a tier !l' >Kiiirpiinitt supply you It will he sent prepaid upon liisurpit I.N\e and a Happy lluine -- I I; i
receipt of price. Address t"o-Sc.fet1" Deposit Boxes for Rout In Connection 1'
;;/ r and asked Mr. :Morgan the do;': sii.iiui for All f

I.. .. s flony ana Tar I' Uricsol Chemical Co., Los AngelesCal. aft'Tenrs Hon am of man-.ulf..rntroUl may quickly ii-xual ears !'imiM-tf'i-ak- with which we have a Prira Dartmeot for to eUfe : Lnf'JtAutArll. ; i

fL' (tu's:: mute's' nn ,'B S.itT." or thel.NBmnswiiiCp.JewPrleanLa iif>s. lost vitality night losses. \aricocfli I : i' 1
presents pneumonia saM: Mr M.iriran. f If.anti enlarge: smull ",e"k .rXAn to tuil II i iI --- 1 { i

I \1111 why lo you rail him UusxllMr I I I i and m/f aJvlreto 81.11 \llwr.Dr.Miiiplv Knapp.Mt-dical..nol your o name, i.:> ( III: I
Hull Kuildini l>ftrnn. Mush and they [ WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE \ :
l\\-'XV\\ : RlfEi! ? Car.; ':, a"p\1! : Sohali"I'll 1 Distributing Agents. I w ill gla'11y send free rcieijjt witli fall threes : !

r. : I EI :tune, said the great fin-inrii-r L 0.41Nd '"t01 1'9 ,, nin, M> that anY man niityeft-iu CUD limi- .
Ul ft self| at boiiit, This< rertalnlv! a most E 'Dirou \I'n. If..ta, .. 'II' hA" ; ,
"he never li>s-s a scent"-Weld'sEtvnts. > t ... .. ,. ,
D-. .=2 a.Rs ,=_ ____ *Mrer tbt'foiowrine! ''uracr.takt-II 'L:1! al II. .... ".,' ..,'"..;,,, ., ,, '
____ ___ ti>=GOLAYGrist = r trnm Ih-lr d-Ilv mall bow. what men think t-= n '.' too, .... ,. "L 7
a tout iatsl of aJ!J this'hrtti of tbeir generosity.Ijeiir t>IU'I "r"r..' 1 1.
THEKE is ONK RATIONAL WAY to fr-I'lea-e accept mv sincere -- Jour ... ,...., ...,. ". 1 .i.
treat =al ciurrh : the medicine is 1 or I. I..' ..UII. I' !
nn and Corn ]meal mills thanks for your of receiit date r barn NM ,? ... Ilo.fun4 1
i i"f the atf-cted trealment thorough: test and 'r .k
to girrnyour
applied < < mem '
U Elv' the bent-tit tint been extraordinarx It ba : I;;' ,::I',.:";,: ;!.w '.:a; : 1 "I 4 '. i .; r J

fr i.< W II :.11.1.1. InMMrr
\ # furntfM e 1 -ueto a healthy tate without drvIII' Manufactc'ersJHOICBMF.AIjAXn realize how happy I am. r all t ream ru"1'I.ruN'' 'I 1
"ivarfcirsour method worked 1 "8UII-
> .
: ill the life out of them and it Pl'KKOKOL'NI fully. Keiults were exactly waat I needed: .." "T. .. :r..rt..: itrr:' ,rn.I I ','. .:;' .. ii I S .,
lost of tate I .. l y
jivwback sea es i hireneth and vigor have comoletely returned .II L .ill..IJ&.r. 'r' i l' ( !.
',IY ftftuld.ed. Cor\tahu 'lI.J >inell. The sutlerer who i"i tired and enlarg-ment is entirely onus- M \I I !.t' ...i t lase I tn.tnt "-.1..' .. n .. I I /
fir Pktronlte Home Industry for there ii I fa..tory." rk..runurw.n \1. '. ;
a rcccjnlzfd bv col- .f viin I'xp rimf'nth.Hlld, ue very reason you should buy roar Meal ant I -liear !Sir*-Yours was received and I had 'I "'-\1. .' '. ", .'. f\'r..I'-m-'l' JF' ., '..- r."., ':! ,n'' y f ff
('r" Hilm. Druzs'-t *ell it for the Home Maauaetnr ,.. t
-im : tock Feed from i Inotrouhleinmakmgu n of the receipt R. \ a N'"ti "" ) u. t !
{Tiyicitns; u the &xt fa i"' cts. Ely Brother*. ot> Warren tor by 10 doing you encourage home Indus i directed, and can truthfully say it U a Inton b '. 'i, I'I- ail! w Ii., ,, ..._",iO'..I I.. w, '
try. Your money Is left In the comm tI'lit, to weak mm. I am greatly improved in in 'aT' : I I" 1'el.Vrt t. 4 tmaLJ t a
iu.-v .. .
and BU&tsr trouWwi Street, New York, will mail its and you In torn are indirectly benefited size.ttrengtb and vigor." \I. :.1.' uur-mSI. 7 W:' rr J*) u UNah drl. p

""UC3 Eb.: 44 ILOfti''ALE1fIiERTE B SALVE sontrlbnte In fostering the the home cause o manufacturer( labor. Yon ow Otto tint All, mailed correspondence In plain seated Is strictly envelopTil confident A SALVONA SOAP CO., Second & Locust Sts., ST. LOUTHE MO i

NNER. ,, is free for the aakin_ and tbv I ,, ., .
In which lire 1:1'rrblcb receipt ,
It to community yon > -- -- -
an'\\ .. .:., .. .__.. .._ t'y. ..
,1 ..... j Il'1e most heating e8vo In t\q work oontribatei to your; support. every man to have it. |... -- -- : ,} '. -_- 0. ,.. .oI.ofO-'o< j
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OFFICERS A140 MILES Every ambitious. and Industrt u.. lour and i OF ARSON Ii i THE WEATHERMAN

girl *hi> ild 1 rfin tuber that there Is a "e.>ctlou
-- i!1 i iini.M ,
au..f "f.ID trCK' DaklnI'o\\.J'r I'

A SENSATION CREATED THIS EARLY MORNING, STORM WAS it l -ii''''',11 c.-t tls mother and hS tousi..ktei- !'SUCH RETURN WAS MADE BY A Hayit will onii, turn cold. Of course \nu.; ... ,

MORNIM, IN THE RANKSOF ACCOMPANIED" BY RAIN AND : i:.- ", '.'> Uftina and aunts to save tLem fl r i I t i JURY AGAINST JACK Why not get then, :\0Ir':' 4 TO YofRi!I.I I.I I.t ; : ,

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1,I Richmond Virginia.
i I I
A big seu
uiuruifig at the pi>lic*' station: when about midnight and about 3 --;:; .-v--;: days, County Solicitor Parknill this
I II Ladi S' Lace: Patent Tip Extension Hole Shoes.
dv I I Ii I
itices that they inuit; stand susiled ; : of 4() miles an hour. This was JiEWS} NOTES Jack Alford, white, for arson. Ladles' Serge Shoes, Lace or Congress.Iisses' .
i I
upon charges: ; preferred by from the southeast and did no great i I[j George Kleman: the man tried
:\ Button or Lice Shoe, Patent: Tip 12 .
to 2 Oredille and until theb damage; anywhere.The IL !' with Alford on the same charge, was.

4rJ of public safety can investl- : bay was made choppy during acquitted. The defendants were Child's Button or Lace Shoes, Patent Tip,9 to 11. .
s i i Mr. J. J. Grant returned to the I
i : the allegations. I the day and a considerable amouut : ably represented by Hons. Moreno
i 3 I city from :Mobile this morning. I I:j Child's Patent Tip Extension Sole Lace or Ration .. .
; T: Miss Adiua Trodosty of New Or |
:- m: : wat.111. Campbell! Andrew :i:I At s o'clock southeast storm warnings leans and Miss Saucie Hatch of gentlemen made a great fight for Child's Patent Leather Lace, 9 to 11.

J't, nine N. Schmitz:; and Mike j jI|: were displayed by; the Pensacolai I Ramblers Ret, Ala., are the their clients.
: i! ; I: guestsof Misses' Patent Leather Lice, Dull Kid Tops.. :. .. .
# I'jtell.! Each: of them will be tried :i weather bureau, these! warnings being the Misses Kessler.A : The conviction of Alford terminates

: :ie regular: meeting:, of the police later verified: by Washington advice little party composed of G. Dr. I a remarkable case. Trouble |! Infant's Patent Leather Lace: 6 to 8. . .

1 t l J which will!! be hell tomorrowr ;-;. 0. Brosnaham, C. H. Gingles, G. 0.1 I of variom kinds had been frequent

L* Brosnaham II' Infant's Fat: Ankle Shoes, Lace or Batton... . . ,
# r noon. i i i The lucalforecaetwas, not received : Jr and W. C. Edwards I at Ferry Pas?. houses were burned,

; c l ''fiver Rolliue, when served with J today, but tli'! weather bureau says I I will leave tonight for the happy! boats scuttled and non-union laborers Infant's Patent Tip Shoes, Lace or Button 2 to 6. .. . .
.. t.untiuground at Cottoudale. 1
-u-peusion uotice, tendered Ms it will bagid to get colder tonight. ambushed. This went on for II I
s Dr. B. Bunncmeyer, local weather I -
.t r 'nation, but later reconsidered it : and there exists a jrcbability of I some months until convincing data
observer, displayed storm warning
I will stand trial with the four early: frot.i against; Alford was secured and his I
i signals at daylight: this morning MEYER SHOE CO.
,: ". .rs.r I Heavy rains fell today all followed. !
I along ,j which were of considerable value arrest Affidavits against ,

c r .1 cjficat (m;* would: not be given'iicially ; the gulf\ coat, but Xew Orleans had I and advantage to the shipping! in- him were made by Mts rs. Kerry :
Iterests.i I Kelt FiiniNlier s for l'1I.\t\ Oul 1)'.
; aIi today, but it u stated i the ;greatest" fall of water. It was i i,I and Creightou.;
-- --
;;3, : Otiisers: : Co>vart: Tahttll and : reported at LOS inches. Memphis I I The Chinky Light Infantry: boys A Startling orl'ri..p. 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET-

", I Kiue: are cnargea nitn drinking and Knoxville report a rainfall of j I are] putting I forth every elfort to have Very few could believe In lookingat -
I r
l3' w ie! on duty, and against the lat1 fel inches each, and Los: inches fell i a great time at their Thanksgiving A. T. Hoadlt-y, :u he-ilthy! robu-t
er w l bath ............... ............ .
They are sparing no pains: or blacksmith of Tilden, Ind., that for ... ......'.@.....ft(141
; -.r Tor conduct unbecoming ott!- ''at'ick-burg. The winds
I highest expense: to have the hall in the best ;! ten years he suffered such tortures -

j.' % !$ r, a proceeding occurring at the prevailed at Pensacola.Kor condition, and have: also I j I!: from Ilheumatutu as few could elli -
Y v r and live.
II Idure i Hut a wonderful
[ tY +- 'ic;>ot early Saturday morumg far.8 I Oier Suzy Years, to have excellent refreshments servo I!j change; followed his taking Electric leHANKSQIVINQOFFERINQ'i\

'i 114 ;prominently in the all ur. The ed. They guarantee a jolly time to I: Hitter "Two bottles, wholly cured I

,' tIU,. wiNSLow'9 SOOTHING teiRrp bat all] who attend. me," he writes, "and I have not felt I :
j ( .itest secrecy i ii maiut-ained: : on been used for over sixty years by millionsol I i a twinge;: in over a year:' They < .

t. I. point, but it i is learned that a mothers: for their children while teething, THE NEWS has been requested by .. regulate the Kidneys, purify the I ; ;

t ','uber. of with perfect &nccf' s. It soothes the child I II M rr. T. C. Will, a member of the ad- blood and cure Rheumatism, eu-I :; THE BIG STORE
romiueut young! men softens the gumsallays all paincures wind '!> j staff of the ralgia, Nervousness, improve diges-1 i j
? s '' a I'w a great deal more than they colic< and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea | jutant-generar Confederate tion and give: perfect health. Try -- -- ---
i It will relieve the poor little sufferer 1mmediately Veterans of New Orleans; them. Only 50 cents at W. A. 'I
;wd r cif' tr to tell of the matter. They will bold by Druggists every part to inquire of its readers the where- D'Alemberte's drug store 121 S. Pal. : : BOY'S CLOTHING. 1

& !i I f r )bably all\ be served with ?ub.113 of the world. 1''t'nty0c..nts a bottleI abouts of Pat Bergin, who was in afox street.CARPENTRY_ I .

,i tit -: to appear and give testimony I i i leg He sure Syrup you, and ask for take"Mrs.Wl'nslow's no other kind. Sooth- the 1st Louisana regiment, batteryC '; -AND--- -- --- : j Mild Weather ; % Too Much Stock: :

i: : j r the city. I been, during considerable the civil war. There left has I I i a: ;, Cut Prices Prevail All Along the Line. :

;} t i t. 4 < trgeij against; Oillcors Stliiaitz money him ELECTRICAL WORK ;

i t' i Campbell are saiJ to include PENSACOLA and those of the who above can will give be any gladly information welcomed I -- !i i )1-NEW GOODS.-I& !

g Ring up Pearl & Dolive! phone WH\\I.
: rale prohibiting leaving their by Mr. Will,
a, superintendent if j you have any carpenter or electrical I ;i Cloth Walking Skirts $2.75tos5oo
i "C4 .r -.. These olKcers allege that TO JAPAN of the -anitary offices of the New work you want well done.. i< :
1I hi ff o
Orleans board of health. : DrVarner's Rust Proof Corsets
;: t / L,ft with permission nf their :

eac,, 4 : tin only fir short period- and i General debility-failure of the : 50c to $1.00. :
.: was. to get colKe in the f'flyf LOCAL COMPRESS" SENDS SHIPMENT -tretigth;; to do and the power to endure (; ,; i ;Children's and Ladies' Waterproof CoatsLadies' :
Al t
Ili i .ing. The police: bard will detnw I; -i-s cured by the great tonic- 1: : Linen
i .. TO THAT COUNTRY Hood's Sarsaparilla.Advertise Latest. : i
: question touiarro. TEDIOUS ONE !
t ( : 50 yards Remnant Matting
il-'rh ;
f \'l'! thesa. Reporter for re'l :
t r, peuded men are on the --
a sult*' __ I : : lOc yard to close <
;.:; .t watch: at present and were : The local compress: will tomorrow ------ i, i.Ii i i ii *

i r much surprised to ascertain tot: out six hundred i The Milliken-Sullivan cae occupied -:is. ,, i
-quare bales of i I NEWS\ OF THE .
i j the morning session of the '" '; .
that their j
chief '
was: aware of cotton, have same loaded on the' I ;. -, .
) tj
; *r alleged; tli con.j:1ct.: Some of Spani-h: steamship Ida, and carried I It FISHING BOATS i United States court today. The case ... -} -rt.b.Y.. '. \. .
) **' i i lt 1I /
i is a tedious and .
At i ) (.! 'II h\VI: been before the board on i o Japan, via Liverpool. l one was brought ; I I*\ t .il''\ .

': f' ', .'ion, -- over from ye'terday. : \ .. .7.j- _
'1LjJi occAH : ,I This is the first shipment from the II I 'v. 'J/_ [ 11
f j ,
; '
The Four Friends; r
thi !
came in
1 Pen acola
1, : compress to the far-a way Try Gunther's Candies atSolomon's. : 2 ;;; .1 IJ
I ;
EXPENSIVE ': \land and it i is stated more will soon morning with a catch of l.i'iu' suap- : .
: M1Ao. ,, .
mall I
j I follow I pers. experienced: a part I I : i -
J.( ), 'r. : {<..; : Best for the .
RAZOR BLAD ( Thft cotton will be enclosed in bur- !!: of the hurricane which passed over ;I ( ..-:,;,'7"f I.
ONK BUNDLE of white -
| the city early today.Twentyfive I pateliefor I J .
3 ,, 1 laps sneered with Chinese hiero- |I cotton covered: : with Japans! : ) :. \ Money.
i. 1 I I. ;
ky glyphics. turned out from the Montgomery :. hundred snappers : IjPt'rlyphiro;. Ret'im to (5 eo. H. .
i, 1 tck Rat :1 j I lcFaddpI oilice, 21n South Pali- I. .. .
L e 1 t. ) ; t fjniili police office. were brought; in yesterday and dis- fox street and reward will be ; .

3? 4! ., i u.icter, t".>k on iiK-ri' win-key Wilson '('charged in the afternoon by the A.I I ;given. It"j I
; Supt. of the compress, if-' FOLD OXLM"
I i
b It i '. uigiit tjaii! he ci'iilJ ::niiveui-! ported to Chief of Police! CrtdilleJ j Chapman. The vessel will get i! i i 1fiJri i

i lk I j rou YOn t
t ..i :'y'j and Officer Schmitzgl today that a bundle of this curiously away again tomorrow. i iI i i

.t ;.i; it : : 1., four walls,of a cell was the marked wrapping had been stolen ,II I Pilots operating the waMnd came ...THAi KSGVtiG.{ {: .. !. a
.I'' I Ipl t I .
r 1 II 1-tfor him Rabbit I 1, to the dock in i I; 9
: , ; from the up yesterday anticipa- J .

'' r" t r :. : 0a II., a drank but search result. assistance press to recover and requested it. The stall police is i i i I tion of an amicable settlement of the; Whiskies and Wines i ii tThi1- .I
; I Ialmo i )
1 .:i of differences exi. >'o settlement .
tnefiiidujg now
"k'41e an u looking t valueless to anyone but the ring. ;<; (.0 TO J .

I.' Ir blade m hi, p, rk't. Tl.e I was made, however, and the 'tIOSIE Y' I
ltrj who 1
shippers, are very anxious to !' ALFRED MOOG'S.THE i
j !* j i.; >r thought it was a violation ofla recover it to enclose the Japan strip Kwa-ind again took her station on' :3 .

6L 5t ; *- prohib.tiiu! the carrying! of the bar. Should the differences be BEST: GOODS FOB THE !. J .

I it # r b .-alt'd \\ U'i''IH: lid t---edfeJ i ment. -SiartfiiiltutTrue."If --- -- -- --. I Ii settled and an amicable adjustment : BEST PWU*>: ,. 'e !I Uiiliani( ( Jobuion \ Son l. i

')bit $W. today.A I be reached oou, the Kwasind: will ,

t qtr t.t, -- every one knew what a grand i i j again possibly be put m the light./ 1'1'Ballast : '___n__ ___ __- /

THAT medicine Dr. King's New Life Pills l{ busine s. Tk1 Cr W ah & t ..............e....................................i
< i-," writes D. H. Turner Iempt-y- -

LOSTDIAMOND town Pa., "you'd Sell\ al.ou\ have and spars were placed: i in r !

5' PIN in a day. Two weeki' use his' made I i 'the smack Prisciila yesterday and INSURANCE j jAM f t' 4 SAMUEL CHARLES

, Y :L new man of me." Infallible! for J I rice j jconstipation. boxes. were commenced ;today : > I f f

4 t la's --- Stomach and liver : |t She has been practically rebuilt and t b fb BOOT AND 5HDE MAKER,

t r'ie mother of the young gal wl.o trouble, 23c; at W. A. D'Alemberte'sdrug ; REAL ESTATE, I i L
tt t I will be into active service withuta
5 n .. r "' -, .itly found diamond ;pin on the ; ,Store, 121 H. P..I l.l lox "'treet. put j I No.I South Palafox Street. I ft REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

v ,It Festival !grounds, belmging; : to --- -- few days. I I ;.:c: ..::r.;jj3 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in hhoe Leaner tii'i l r '

fI : ',:. '.W.I). Wright, wishes it di.-
rt the marine ways is being rapidly I for Rent in Various Part
# l > '. : .":ly understood that no troublew'ut97er !
t to IVurl: & Dolive! f..r carpenter or !i I put into shape, and indications are : of the City: IhU.utiLarge I ,'
I + was: experienced by thei electrical work. Repair: work a : i STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ, Try one of our celebr<
that the new vessel will be fishing !I 3-story dwelling a>Pt'cIRlly
-peculty. ,
lorities! in pecuriiu the property. __ I adapted for boarding hou? pur- I, THOS. II. tjS.. Felt .Alatlr".sr'
I :
post ; rlwme.knowna'I'uncedeLeon Captain
early in February.
t | Hou,v"at No. 110 E. luteuLarKfiatory They never pack or f; '- ''
; -
: or 19 not until late :Sxturd.iy ui;:l l5a l .
eT-- Nearly all fi-hing schooners on i$ > dt'nca etrert will make regular tripe between L'etterthan Im, r
> lumpy. n
r d< the! family of the tinder saw th ; I dwelling conlainlni! Pen'acola, Point Washington and
room alto all nuidern
: the inside today were hauled out con\rn- L mattress at the ', "I.
a tences.fituatton half
: rti"eineut in THE NEWS ; and 1 i North Hayirn ft.. ave Bayleu street t)1
bttneei .
and anchored the i strong and irSototretts! wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and arrive I
in stream as a ':!:i 0i--storyda'rlLoq Marston & Quina.
at No.RuNort4
mother, who is a curse, was ar.ct'lon" at Freeport at 6
p. in. earn day.
from the storm. near brit lint I I
from : TODAYTemperature protection water and throughout. Leave Freeport Tuesday at G a. m.
IT/ iv home at the time Special I :
I --- J-'l (&)>-l-story dwelling on twit line, :No
: I 411' aud arrive at Pen;;acola f p. m. same FOR SEED OATS
15. S S 'tcer(: Saunders:;: called for the pin, I, Mother Oraj'u S WPt't i'ouilern fur I \\\rMjregor illk-rs,7 room, Ortween, bath city keus cater and and DH day. Fare, round trip. $:) ; one way, ,

eno unavoidable occurred in Last 24 Hours: 1!! Children I II gas $:i. l4nlm Seed Rye and Chicken WL. ion '
delay Maximum: ...... ....... .. ..... .. itiegre Grav, I tU.OO-l-dorydaetllagNo,4">i West "/rlght, ------ -----
I es -uecessfally used by Mother In
s4 ... ... ..... nurse contaiolngT rooms, city eater anu the Jlellen-Crosby, CODIJ- '
: Ml she coaU be eat for to Pr(Minimum e-idegrees; I I II the Children's" Home In :New } ork. Cure'teverUhness gaa Pith large lot on prominent cor NAVAL STOKKS MAKKbT. ;
i I I I Bad btomacb. Teething OlI I' nerln residence district. the Alcaniz street wareliou--.
n. a-u-'tae ornament from the place :I,I ordersmoveand regulat9 the Bowels anl: :llT:/i-l'jfctory d ellingnlthvrooraiat o.I''1
Temperature Elsewhere : D-ntroy Worms. Over S'.WJ testimonials I I:. Ue4t Romana street, imported Dally for The News lij l'bone33l: r, ,. : .
w' ,'re the had very properly locked |i I Jlax. Min.tlantB 'Met ,.fur filii. At all druggists, :!:'JC. him- vroirot to business THY con- '1 Union Naval Store Co.
.\ .... ...... ..............._..... ae 54 plel-Ht-K. Address Allen a.: Olmsted Le'' :$h'.6i-I' ",tory dwelling at portion No. dui of city.West
It up for safekeeping.L Hmuarclt. .. ........ .... ...._:t. I itoy.1.. i Gregory street Itb 6 BO8IJT. You hou.
rooms on belt "J
-- Chicago ..... ... .... .. ....4.. IHClncin I II I line,IQ good location. i I can get your
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atl ..............._. .........ill 4'tialveetua tl1'-l: WW II 15 H II 1 ww0 )
story dwelling Chase at -
.I k corner and
-) > Cut furnished
: fur l'e erBilioasness It Keeps the Feet Warn and I _._... complete
_... .......... ....._i1 14 Dry. Barcelona ItreitI.i: j r o i i: .
hr t ; : and liver disorders at Huron ........ ... .. .............._ >n h Ask today for Altec's Foot-Ease a powder. 114 :5o-l-btory dwelling, >0.1'rooms.'*' tan Wright: I>Is_ .. .. ... 551 y" 1 1;' }$ Quints on easy payments -
............ .... .. I
Jacksonville ill 59rmLt9 It currsUbilblain!.baollen.naeattugCore. tret, 5 rooms,city muter and ',
this sea: .A t J1 cleansing the y-tem with DeWitt's Kt'e.t an.R. ..... ......m............. .- ._ shoe ,toree. tic Chase street,3 rooms, city water West and j E ... .._......... :51 D.-- 1 ,r.', weekly
.... .. ..._..._ _...._ i -- -- -
t t Little Early Risers. Thee famous tll M gaL i i I_ .. ...__ j 10;; C A below.. 1
+ Mobile. ..... .. ......'............... iI II: flit Best !.j5-1 story dll"l'lllnlZ. :SO. i II! East I aTiIirtctta ; We will launder spread* '"'
little do
rill nut moa re 'tontgompry .............. ......_ ii ill ludgin's. fcr 5c. I ry Street,a rooms on belt line.Grella-I I! T anant+a-i6' year jf"i
tiie bowels; gently but copiously :oi t'W I Irl..ans.............._......... ..I 1\1I\ $l -l-atory dwelling, .o. 7.4 East Cer- --- -- 15 cents each and make them !
3s'- by reascn! of the tonic properties :: Sew 'rork......__.......... ....._... I I Tantettr' 'u.near Hi. Kath rIDI!', I I irlll repair your watches andjewe'ay like uw. Star Laundry.
1 ........_ .............
t 5a\"annal1. il &- I Luapel)6 rooms,outhouses and -- -
4 L t {KiTe tone and strength to the gland: ,, IS'. LoulI .... .. .....m. .......... ;joj .: PEARL & DOLIVE./ lot cornering on bin avenue. large i ii in flrst-class style. J.I
llarg il' Pharmacy, John Sheppard, i A large lift of smaller dwellings, ai veil dtephena.TryGanther'eCandies. The finest line of umbrella in '
). Sidney Kahn. i, Hot Chocolate with I| as a number ol stores and offices Od E> I city i9 i at J. I. Steptens'. Go i., eat
i j Call on them at the corner of Garden i l"1
': Whipped Cream at Solomon's. j THOS. C. WATSON & CO., them
The Reporter is an excellent adTsrusing and Alcann streets for carpE'n-1 I Lead;n i heal Estate. Rental and Insurance at -
k ;re t Dk tl I medium. : I ter and electrical work.or phone 6SO. Agenta,l outu alafoi IHr: et. I I Solomon's. Try THE NEWS Want colon! iJ i

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