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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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VOL. 37. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA: SATURDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 6. 1902 NO 94 ; )

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fcavr.is* '; PROSTRATION TOTAL DESTRUCTION REVOLUTIONISTS i WILLMAHCHOJMIIlRACASi I ... ....- .. GOLD. ... .. ..DCST. .. _- f

CURED BY PE-RU-NA "Let the GOLD DUST: twins do your work''.

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Island May Eventually Be Venezulan Rebels Cencentra- .
\ and Bladder Trouble, Rheumatism, :
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1 excels of uric acid. I I I I
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, EruFtion cf Mont Pelee Aug. 30 Far Ai Generals Riora, Mendoza, Batalla ,

r' More Violent Than Any of the Earlier WaterIs Sanchez Have Left Sat Carlos With

I) Explosions-Burning Chasm I Io.r 12,000 Men-Castro Still Inactive

.. Widening. recommended by the !>e-t physicians all Near Ocmare. !

the United :States.: For sale everywhere J GOLD DUST

Special to TV Daily News: -shipped anywhere .,
, r :Special to The Daily News solves the problem ol easy dish washin It eutt
grease and cleans:: dishes better than anythuCiM..
t >\. New York SeptIt is generally Nothing Can Compare Barcelona, Venezuela SepL 5.-A i Does its work\ qUickly. web and economical
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believed that the island of Martinique i Made only ty THE N K FAIRBANK COMPANY
,.,..'liD FrancteeojL ] is doomed to total destruction, with HARRIS LITHIA CARBONATED WATER for table n<* HARM LIIHIAGIXUER correspondent of The Associated Press Ch.sao. New York. Bostoi St Loais.
ALE ii the finest of all alee. Makers ot OVAL FAIRY SOAP.
visited General Matos the revolutionary
and the fear i U that when the catastrophe ,

.-.>n, secretary of the comes, Guadeloupe will be visited Write for Free BooKlets-Full testimonials of cores, analyses leader Aug. IS at his headquartersat
of San Francisco
.U v an all destructive tidal wave, etc. to show to your physician. I Zdiaza The general was full of BOY MOONSHINERS

cables the Point-a-Pitre.! Guadeloupe, hope. He said he had ordered all the

/-a < und Perunaan Ideal tonic.. correspondent of The Herald. Business Harris Lithia Springs Co., Harris Springs, S. C. military chiefs to concentrate their '
with
suffered
ncuttsthenia j
Si-nt m nth* ago is standstill. CAUGHT
absolutely at
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catarrh caused forces and march in the direction ol ,
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Few ehopa are open, and If it Wt'l'enot
to office work. Alta Garcia, whence the troops will
b,, fW, .io.se application for the efforts of a small number CALL OX OR TELEPHONE
tt/md worn out and Mi mo,'e later on Caracas Consequently
't) ).I.flm of more valiant souls, hundreds Special to The :New.
/ '' ** Penacola, Fla. I Genaal Riora. Mendoza Battalia .
'fWoun< '"'" *" M. W. MARSHALL. '
far from w would'starve to death, here because
Carrollton, Ua., 8,'pt. 6.-D puty
"C'1w built the .-L and Sanchez, with about 12,000 men,
filed m: 'try '" UP of their tear of a more terrible death. United State Marshal John R. War,
left San Carlos distant 150
recently ,
entire sj stem and made me feel like f Details that hara been received during of LaGrange, wU in the city this
miles from Alta Garcia, but they cannot
new man I Miete it is well worthy the last two days prove that the COTTON CROP FARLEY week and reported a raid upon a ;
reach the latter place before a \
the high i pri* bestowed upon it. --' eruption of Mont Pelee of Aug. 30 was miniature moonihlnlcg outfit which
fortnight; has elapsed and thereforethe
J.4 iitfPSO\; far more violent than any of the eclipses by far the discovery of the
decisive battle cannot take place
M .Hrh always gives fair earlier explosions. OF 1901-02 APPOINTEDSpecial i&llon still! in Grant pack a few
and can beT for some:; time to come.
t- vpprn.rch,
w Dt> utWare found It
the treat- Pelee's Crater Is Enormous.As President Castro is still inactive dill ago.
_ro' iv proper ---- running in full blast on the farm 61
rown specks before the eruptions continue the near Ocmare
\i Jack Echois, 1 rails south of YellowDht
->'" -nfiision, flu of ner- mouth of Mont Pelee grows in size.It Special to The Daily :News. to The Daily :News:
the border of this and Heardcounty.
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..cplem' s, flashes of is. now of enormous proportions. New Orlea;,>. Sept 5.-Secretary' Rome, Sept.. 5..-The* pope has confirmed PROGRAM CHANGED. "on. -," .

., .- ..ro\nol: palpitation, irrl- Hecter'e annual has been 1 Issued
Morne Racrolx. one of the peaks that if port the appointment of the IU. Rev
.ijMtiiv: ; any of these from of In full. He the cotton crop of \ President to Have no Formal Reception Two small boys ('har..roned by two
reared skyward the side Pe- puts: John Farley, the auxiliary! bishopof
if them should be old offenders! of the internal revenue a
> le has rain bodily into the crater ]' H.l2 at li'.BSo.KSii: bales, an increaseof New York, as archbishop of New at Knoxville.
,, of Peruna.r laws were firing the plant. A collection
\ the n?8 Knoxville, Tllnu Sept. 5.-On a '
and has b*.fu completely swallowed 2&7.2J8! hales over that of I1! O-Ol. York In succession to the late Archbishop .
f Brooluhire, from count of a request received! from Secretary of genuine corn beer and sln(
There seems to be a site pressure In in increase of 1,244.264 over that oft Corrigan; and the Rt. Rtv.
nt letter from Wwb" Cortdyou. It hag been decidedto lings was being worked. The plant #
!-lH"i! and decrease of 549,1(,0 !
the crater and the burning chasm a George Montgomery, bishop of LosAngfleg consisted i
of a 1-p'nt oyster can tot
I II widens perceptibly every day. bales under that of 1S9S-9.! He says Cal., as coadjutor of the Mot modify the plan for the president'svisit the
PerunaA raw material and a 10-cent snuffbox
friends ,
cry here nut Monday, to that there
Clouds that compared with last year, in round Rev William
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no more hang about Patrick Riordan, arch for
-.af catarrh rure. a double! or condenser. Then
will be formal reception and formal
C'1't'stf Mont Pelee.! The terrific figures Texas, including Indian Territory bishop of San Francisco, the latter no vessels
were connected by a metal pIpit
luncheon, at first planned.The .
heat seams to drive everything away. has decreased 816,000 bales; the with the right; of succession. Archbishop at into
written box where finished
book by a the
!, a time in this city will be devotMby
f. .-Idant The Itgrtmansubjwll The oo'n.D of flame! and smoke rears group known as other gulf !states co.itUnng Riordan Is expected to reach product poured The outfit had ail .

." of the ner- directi>. into the heaven< so that it.. ot Louisiana, Arkansas, M'ssissippi. I lie'10 shortly, both the pope and the the president and hig party tasljhueelng the essential parts of the modern distillery

l ptt'uliar to btunmer, top is lost to sight. Iu the darknessof Tennessee, Oklahoma Utah I papal secretry of state. Cardinal Ram. with the exception of the : and was in active operationon

address b- The perua the night it has the appearance of and Kansas, has increased 653,000, polla. desiring verbal Information regarding brief period required for the prl'll'dent'a Sunday when the officers arrivci.

'I..J .'lumbul 0. a stream of molten! iron standing fixalbetwern : and the group; of Atlantic states, Alabama the pious fund question now epett-h" at the courthouse gguara. A large plant in that vicinity was

-- heaven and earth I Georgia.! Floilda, North Caro before the International court of arbitration The local committee will not pro to thought to have furnished the materialfor

From :Moine Capote the relief troops lina, South Carolina, Kentucky and at The Halite Chattanooga to meet the presidentialparty the run being made.

IMPROVEMENTSON were compelled to make a quick retreat Virginia, has increased 401,000 bales. Mgr. Vccia! secretary of the propaganda : i as Secretary Cortrlyou advisesthe

although they Fiuoet-ded in taking :Mr. llestrr'! report on the cotton at anaudlenc which he had of! accommodations on the train will
of the different staffs is givenas h@ limited.: The party will number NEW\ BATTERYOF
out a few wounded The entire crop the pontiff today, submitted a full report -
I.&N. rnunti }'. nearly to Fort de France, '15 follows! in thousands of hales: of the proceeding of the congregation 2o Congressman! Gibson and Congressman

burn ,I under a deep cover of ashf-s. Alabama. 1.200:! against l.i'Ott( last of the propaganda Sept. 1. and Blownlow will likely meet ARTILLERY

Ti'is "a.- made it almost Impossible year: ; Arkansas S20 against 7t.2; ; FL>.- tie! pope immediately approved the Ue party in Chattanooga and accompany -

The Daily News. to find th" bodies of those who have ida. lot against! : 45;;; Georgia: ] ,"i23 appointment of Bishop Farley and I them to Knoxrtllfe. The tay ,r'r- ....
here will!! be from f to 7 o'clock p. ni.
cgnam. Ala S"rt.Threp pen b'dLlle Cueing to the seacoast against 1.2S5: ; Ixmislana 8Su against Montgomery: a\liig

have b..n made by the Louis- 71&; :Mississiippi.' t".7.", against 951'', "I hope I have satisfied the Catho, Special to The Dally News. .11-

and Nash vi!ili- railroad engineersfor Noith Carolina. 550( against 542: ; South I lies ot !New York SHIP'S CREW. IN, PERIL Muntgomery.'Ala, b- Earth Shook With Great Violence.
an t :IIIT: route over Carolina !P25:!: against Ml; Tennessee: I .. .. Smith Lieutttint Frank S. W<a
mountain bi-tween Oxinoor Constantine Cam oi.e of the fe.v ;2.:;>\1 against 35i; Texas and Indian ) Vessel Sailed for Weeks with Cargo Jr., and Lieutenant J. Q. Smith, of th

Kwood. and one of these su-- who succeeded in escaping from :Morn Territory :2.093 against S.SW. Total' NON-UNIONISTS Fiercely! Burning. newly organized battery of artillerfat

be adopted. The company Rouge attt r the explosion, found refu<.. crop Hi.fiSi against 10.583.( i!j jHe Victoria, B. C riept 5.-For 3.) days Birmingham, were, here yesterdayto :
on the steamer Ksk. She during her trip from London to AJ..
was with makes the actual the and
grades to such an extent production ol see governor adjutant gen
.* heavier trains to: be haute: 12 others in her house when Pele Oklahoma 130.H2.: against 119! .'n.3 last UNMOLESTED laide, Australia, the cargo of an Italian I. eral in reference to being musteredinto

first warning of the ship, Pasquale Lauro, was. on fire
wise! hatter the service. The gaveits disaster year and Missouri: 31,412. against the national guard. There are

,stud -Iouh! tracked aa muchie which it was about to pour upon the ::..;;!It last year; the two last beiiuj and the crew were in fear of the fire already three battles! in the state r.i

to allow the handling of I \..llaptSh* said that the fiistx- included under the head 01 "Tennessee I I Special to The Daily News. breaking out at any moment. The :Montgomery. Mobil and Selma, and

,g traffic The largest amount pinion destroyed many houses. Si ," etc. Tamaqua, Pa., Sept 5.-The nonunion fire started in the b"Rincin? of July this will make the full complement

n* dons on the South and was hurled with great force against; HP puts the average; commercial! men in the Panther Creek valley and it WM not until the end of that of four for a battalion.!! The adjutant 1

,:On of the I.oul&vile! and the wall! of the room in which she was value of this year's crop at :o4,101. again went to work today withoutan month that tht vessel reached her destination general rerommpnded the admin

.. 4Jiroad was done last sitting;, On reroverini from the ,shock against $47.03; ( last year. $38.55: the escort. Major Gearhardt in oem iliaD of the battery and thf governorcoincided.
she ran outside! and there saw three The hatt.hM had to he fasten' The has SO I
year before, and 25.8 in IStS-81.! and nund of the troops says that so I lor.g I I battery men
separate tongues of fire sweeping down the total value of the crop at $t3g.- as the strikers do not interfere with down, and for fear of fanning the fir-s enrolled and to be mustered into the I
from the mouth of the volcano. the ship had to bo kept under reefed
The 014.CS7. against 494.567,549 last the nonunion service.
tuilla Extract has outlived mea he will! not send
1 ; ithe finest and purest earth shook with so: great: violence year and $::63.j: U2\1 the year before. any of his soldiers out on patrol duty. sails. The provision were destroy t I.!

s "act that can be bou ht. that she could not retain her feet. She Tni:;. Mr. Hester says, snows that Today the troop are sending requisitions and crews' feet were scorched when RIDDLED DOORS

used. was blinded by the glare of the flames. while! the crop was iu excess of last! for winter clothing.! they walked the decks.

always 1 ..p boat wa so terrific! that her flesh year by J79, 5S bales, the money value The opinion prevails among the officers

wa= blistc'-ed She awaited the death Uirecf was $56"52.862 less that they will remain on duty I BLACK RIVER AND

JEWELER\ IN HIS which she helievH was inevitable -.- for a long; while.FATALLY! .
Fortunately, the fire swept a little ..u.Speelal' ..

NEW STANDv to one side of her and she was sa\v1. KILLED WOMAN INJUREDBY I DRIED UP to The Daily News:

Scores ef Persons Drowned.At TVayeroji! fH," Sept 5 = '
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Grande Anse the tide swept 3))
v,- my jewelry store to LIVE WIRE : Special to The Daily News. it a hous, IB "Klodlkc." a
feet in short dentro.\Ir.g many hv>uo>'s
f'alafox, formerly occuv -- September rThls bl* part .f the city last
and drowning scores of Inhabitant' Raleigh 5. Is avery
-- Co. and -- injured but the
now WM ,
am one
Even at Fort de France the most Hpecml to The New dry )'ear. Then were no good
trod than ever to give Saeramtnto.'Cal..pt.! '. Charles Special to The Daily :News dl.4 the doers and windows
stout hearts have lost courage. : spring rains, and this[ fact accounts for i iI

iiin diamonds watches Colonel Lecoeur has reported to his Bowden cut the throat of Maggie; Russell Aiken. S. C.. ept. 5.-: J.'R Parton, much of the shrinking of time water houae. Th shooting was

'all and see me and government that it Is hIs opinion the with a razor at a lodging houseat a lineman in the employ of the Boll I supply. Black river, for example, in. ly done by two parties in a 1

> t?'I- YOll. entire island of Martinique will haveto an early hour this morning, and Telephone and Telegraph company hara"tt county 80 miles south of Bloodhounds were put on

J..I. STEPHENS. be abandoned. He asks for assistance then severed his own juiular vein. came in contact with a live wire ef II j here, ii a river without water. Its but the track could not foe

!! In transporting the Inhabitants AH* woman died Instantly, and Bow. the AIken Electric Light compiny, J bottom Is but and and dust Iu places The hone ii occupied by

L1 tiinA 4t almost' cost; for the to the other Islands! of the Weat den died before he could be remove which had crossed his lice, receiving 1 where last May there was 6 to S feet & questionable character. XTocxf'I f '

I 111.u" [ PP next 60 days to make Indian group. to a hospital. It WM evident that a shock which threw him to the 1\ ot water. Great cumber of wets: # 1r
JulyUlUru>m for new stock.Foey's the woman wu asleep when the wu A Certain Cure for
ground some 25 feet below, cans'.ag! have had to W &epend and springs
I killed. She -was about 80 years oM, Diarrhoea. tf
CarrollUn! White Primary. serious if not fatal injuries. He which as far as man's memory goes
and Bowden was about 85. They ome years ago I wail
Kidney Cure Carrollton: Ga., Sept 5.-Hon. Leon also sustained! severe burns on the have been unfalllni are now dry. it that intended
were strangers! in this city. Nc party making
its P. Mandertlle, chairman of the executive body. is cot the crops alone which are hurt bicycle trip," pays F. L.
kidneys and bladder right cause for the crime Is brown.
committee of the city of Car. .. -the water supply is threatened. New Albany, Bradford
rollton bu Just Issued a call for the THE SANTA ]9tl In the rolling! sand hill country, from "I was taken suddenly with
I' '"-! !'. A Boj's Wild Hide For Life. hoea, and was about to give
lt1lt"I1"'lIlnbt to nominate
running
Away annual white primary SURF BATHING KSTABL1SH31ENIBathing all icccuEla. the springs are
c "i1icadchwu t With family around expecting himto trip, when Editor Ward,
u ftiiil Cj'uld.u The Is to LieU the
municipal! officers. primary bettor Uaa else*her*
and for life, 18
die riding
a son LaceyvilleJ/e *rn0<: ,
in the waters is
\. .'l AND DANCE AT be held Kept. 20. Colonel Oscar miles, to get Dr King's New Discovery warm gulf coAAt. say Ur tt miles there It a strip I take a dose of
;-u \ ; : A RA'THURSDAY Reese's came is announced as a can. for Consumption Coughs conceeded to be the finest in the of territory oa much of which raJn Cholera and Diarrhoea i

1 : didate for mayor. Hon. H. W Long, and Colds, W H. Brown, of Lee-- world. Everything for pleasure with j falls three or four tinier a w it.Tbt purchased a bottle and
RAINS AT S, 8:&) AND ville Ind., endured death's agcuies doses, one before starting and
board and
who has been mayor for the past two safety. Good lodging, by wu the case all duricf Auriit
:KAIN RETURNS AT from asthma, but this wonderful the day or week. Luncheon promptly the route. I made the trip :
declined to stand: for re-election, In this bait are the beat steps in -the
fvKTS 2i CENTS, AT years, medicine gave instant relief aud served at all hours, day or night. fully and never felt any ill
&iE) ,' solicited to do B-). state The 4Mli& In condition of
though generally soon cured him. He writes: "I now CHARLES H. BURTON, Again last summer I was
Cliff! R. Turner Is also in the race for sleep soundly every night" Like 2m-tf Manager. crops in most other section sine Aug. completely run down with

6&N N E RSALVE mayor of Carrollton. He and Colonel marvelous cures of Consumption, I' 11. really startling. of dysentery. I bought a !
,e mst relatives, and thra.ce Pneumonia,Bronchitis, Cougs, Colds MEAT & MALT has a marvelous this same remedy and this I
healing salve in tlv* world. Reese are near and Grip prove its matchless merit dietetic.value. While refreshing and I dose cured me." Bold by
that Grass Shears that will cut
(' u will ba more interesting on for all Throat and Lung troubles. gists and medicine dealers.
to take it helps! assImila- _
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dies skirts and waists Account Guaranteed bottles! bile and Sl.OO. pleasant close at the Willis Hardware ,
'" -i'ecialties. star Lann- Trial bottles free at W. A. D'Alem- tion of food. Sold by Balsams from the Northern

"J Try the NEWS Want Column. .berte's drug store, 121 South Palafox. DAKJfHEISSER BROS. Go's. area Plry:_r '''t to acaAtxC a isw '
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UREA LOSS OF LIFE .
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IU |I"i ItJlHV !Las a ten Backache is BY FLOODS I I JAPAN No. 228 Territorial Street Benton Harbor. Mich. : ,

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Organic Disease. ul am pleased to give my hers as are their ambition,
: > d 5Ki--! >siip!. Tit Every Woman Heavy Rainfalls Have Caused experience with Vine of triumphs and defeats. .'

,liHjjrithtn!; -, last Who Has Cardui as I am very grateful Healthy women do not suffer 1

,:I. tinluilJini: and I ;, This Dreaded Symptom Disastrous Overflows.MANY for its help. After my first miscarriage nor does

". !i-loa-aut, restful baby was born I could not a woman who is.healthy .
MoriVl'.Vr, tliiMV !I.> Needs Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable seem to regain my strength, suffer tortures at childbirth. t'

I, HOUSES WASHED AWAY although the doctor gave me It u the woman who is ailing ; e .
tonic which he considered -who has female weakness -
.. Lirei hawk. ullllf I Compound. : : I
i I, very superior, but instead of -\\ho fears the ordeal -
,,' ,
LlIllI'l't" 11llil-put.
On the Coast Vessels Were Wrecked getting better I grew weaker of becoming a mother.Wine .
.de! of the wati-li- : i I every day. My husband: of Cardui builds up the wo I .

'.i MM! L,' hns Mime Is it not true ? Womrn snffl-r. fWl 1 the very life crushed out of i and Inland Thousands of House 'l came: home one evening with Mr.tent manly m a woman. It stops

TluvatcLinun oftht them, grow old before their time. Each morning wake up dettrmined Have Been Inundated-Cholera RagIng :< some Wine of Cardui and insisted all unnatural drains and

for than }ears to do ho much liefore the day ends\ and Yt't- I. that I take it for a week and see i'tr-ainr-Uft'gularitiI'3 which are responsible -
the Along Asiatic Coast j jVictoria ; what it would do for me. As he seemed fur barrenness and miscar
i. .1 bait to large Before the morning is old the dmulful UACKACHE attacks I .
very I to have so much faith in it I did take the riage. It makes a woman strong and .
cluck.i .
!f. \ld' :jiliox the them, the brave spirit pinks hack in affright how hard
matter
: ; no they B. C. Sept. 5.-HeaVY | imedicine and was very grateful to find healthy and able to pass through pregnancy
01 i :.n r iay. but rtuularI'jv : struggle, the "clutch" is upon them and they fall upon the couch I rainfalls and floods hate caused heavy my strength slowly returning. In two and childbirth ith little suffer

'! his hours ann crying: loses of life and great damage ;o |j jtrojierty i weeks I was out of bed an:! in a month I in\!. After the ordeal is: passed the ,

i v. utt< linian thinks Why should I suffer so ? What can I do ?" ]I in some districts of Japan! was able to take up my usual duties. IVine prepares a woman for a speedyrecovery
.,d that his! iiuthi.i j 'I am enthusiastic in its praise." to health and activity.
The answer is ready, your cry h.i l..t-n heard, and a woman is' In Htroshlua 79 lost their lives and I very
'. I.- ri'iidiT I :'
i.i exT : THERHOOD is the noblest duty \Vineof Cardui in re-inferring I
able to Te!'!tore you to }health ami haw nt'>.. !; 29 were Injured while many hout-na : hasmade motherscant4htetroraspireto.
.' the qut'stion. I I M \ and highest privilege women organs of generation
tank \\ Ius; hSnut Backache Ls only ympiom of. more fatal tl'Ou1.leheefl ite warning were washed away and vessels weN ; Without of women oho hail given up hope cf

( *!-, und ii laic in time. ", ....ckl'<1. i I this privilege women do not ev'erbecomingmothers. Wine of Cardui

Pinklinm's will torture In Arauagsaghi 73 were drowned 13 petal! there ,+ m life too often they will cure almost any case of barrenness j
-- pigeon.; The! big Lydia Vegetable ronjj>oiuid stop your : i I
.iroutnl and finally and restore your courage. Four i til1'" im.c t.!'. d11 unnatunil ineii>truation crushed to death 11 washed away with po thrimsili the world discontented, except caws of organic trouble. How
vrrapptd up in their own seltish cares can j uu refuse to tdke such a remedy
,'. '..iluilu 1 !!trade and or some derangement of the womb I/-t thoMwho arc sufferingread their houses and 17 injured. Stove: and trout !i.. How different is the that promises suth relief from suffering?

::'miring ff thi'! "i4i ; : J\Irs.\ 3Iortou'.s letter and lj guided by her experience. al thovaand houses were inundattyL hap!')'. 11..1. 'ii-T .t.hint' her ciladr.nVine of I'drdui simply makes you a

,. IT above tlii-) flock At Siamo province 24 p..rsoni'HP gNW'tll!" lI.an.1! l and v, 'jiuanhioti. strung wom.m, and strong healthy

.:. .t looks from the Y fli'''\\'.<'d and four crushed to d"ath! A ir:')ther li\<'. 03 i..any lives as: she huI1'n do not sutfi! r. They look for

Cholera has claimed many victims ] children-th>'ir i.i/s and sorrows are i ward to motherhood with joy.

t !spend two1 Elo.it; :Me Asiatic: << coast II
"liuiug i"n' t mid I WiNEofCARJM A million suffering women
IWO Jay I.t.-r It Must _\ucient. I W have found I relief in

?..u, tin. 1101.( Grtl.pa-My; father used to tell matbit ': Wine of Cardui.

t'i_;.'..:i-ri! .'!:i Th. ; .ill play and no work made Jack
-
tinmarine-, aiiil'ma a I'! zy boy.ltrryDid I .

nii-M'iL' .' ekes he? Is that chestnut as
: : !

i" stag laln..r aI'Lur.LIII him, tr'r4 i i\\ rkr1 old as rsKII hat-I'm FOR! .r.M.lMO.M.V: :; TRY? THE N W StVN'\ C tUMN!

i the hank Las
\ Dr. J. C, Hi-hop of A npw. :Mich.,
I' pu.toth! towor.
Iii | \
1
lay"I have ned Foley's; Honey -
t.. n unable to trap
I I and Tar in three very severe cat; ofpneumonia
," .-, licit nllowwl to I with good re-tilts in P"tryI TIME TABLE.
.1411 L,- has Leon "
: cae. Refuse substituteV.; A.

The n-niaiiis of \ I D'Alemberte.! K.Palafox. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.

_.\ fii the janitor no I IS EFFECT DECEMBER; 1. Ivol
t I
r1 Y ,r t _
.
:,,; the feathered;;-
;ninctilious in table f PARKER'S : New Orleans and Mobile.No.. .
1 kN HAIR BALSAM ----- ----- --- -- ---- --
,ton 1'1).t. Cl_ivi and "'au'Ii.b.. har. I I. I
No.II. .0... No.2. .8. o.l. No.'.
'I
I =+1 lrotni a laxortant "uorth. : I
I = Never Fil to Beetore On; 7.1i a 12:15 m II:()) P Leave.... Penlacola_....Arrl\'e I Aim) a' cm p 9:00 p
I Hair to its Youthful Color. i !!:fi, 1\ 2rr p.I 1:"2 a L.\.1'IomatoQ. leave 5:55 a ?:*) p r:2:11: p
t vets Key Ruck: ii CUR. nip d ..*rt& hair t5t..nd ...
.... 11OU: a ::1: p 2:55 a Leave.Mobile .Leave 12a1 n't li.15: a 500 p
i I"'k here described! |1 1'11 I>niiWEEKLY -'p I I _7f) a Lace: ...New llrtrana I.tave_I Manp: .7iS "
- =
i felt want and save t, 1:2 North.
ClIBDUL
-. :.!'dl !n Il( t'lets and c t1

"'r.;; rtiels. FOR STEAM DIVISIONFKNSACOLA No. 2. No. 4. So. 1 1\0. s.
11:Is I p m 12/5 p m L..aI't'no" .1 l rolling pin paint
ELECTRIC' AlUA1LWAY 5:15am 1I:1)1P m Arrl\8.. )lontoU1l'fY! ...I.4"I\\'t! 11:15am I/o pm
t'ile, ..t 1IIIIr with 11 :1)\1 am 1/:111I pm Arfl\.. HII mlnKbl\m ..l.l'a\'e esi a m 6U6 pm
licnikM COMl'ANT.Tratna 7:05 p In 31.1 a In Arrive .....Nashville .... Leave ... .?
're-5 rvgur.Y I ":Slam 1:15a m Arrll.ouh,1I1' .....I..a\'e 9:15pm! 2:4.5 am
leave Fensaoola for the LltlMKayoa 7:2Jam 115lam Arrl\'t.l.lnclnnl\U..Lt'a\'I! fI.lpm 11Iipm: '.

...... Big Cayou arrlDgton, NlY1 Y lit __7utain. __ IIlpm_ __ .ArI\ $1.Loutu. -'.Leave_1 _-4:1ipm.. _M:55pm_
-, .-/ ... and Fort Barrancas at ;i
'>1 -> PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
1
eSOam.arrlveatE'OrtBarranc.a 7leas
\;( 10:00: a.m.arrl\'e at Fort Harrancat 10:4J l.iI No. 1-1I1\I1y No. 11-1'1'11 I Soetop where tInte not .bo..o I So. 2-1I1I1Iy No 1-DaUl!
LOU p.m.arrive Fort Karrancai l. 5p n8SO '.
1 -
\ i Two Letters About Backache. p. m. arrive at Fort Karrancag 4:15 p ul5o.m. 1IMJ--; 7o11\() m IL.'c.. ..1'.Ds&"ola. ..Arrive 10:41 p m 5:90 p mL':15
: rrlv<.at Fort Harraooai Tuopn 1 1I | : nlfbt 7 I' to ....Inh..mla: ....... I 1"rT: to 1\1\1I"\
\ DEAK MitI'ISKHAM I-uffi"-e' l for In' -i-ars with tn\ hack and I 'soulp.m.artlveatFort Karrancai N:4tp.at 12:11': 7 Id .. .ul.'tr" .... IJ\t": 1\:111"
...>.a'I ,' "* '! n itli tiii l,,".t 'liK'tor" !hi-r.- '"iI tCUtthr: r\.t' and at lailutii Trains leave Fort Barrancas for i'eiua |j.. 12 28 1 t. .. ....... Eceambta; ......?. 10II'J to 11:117.
thought I '.\..uiutiv \. ui nn-'li' tn I '..... < '. th.lt .' has done me mart cola at : 12 w5 7. :i" .. .. ..... ;\Iulat ... ... It.II 115'
\ 1 .:I\o" 7:4 Of ... ... Harp .. ..... 10,21 It II:") I
....
'' piKxi! than :111\thlDj! 1 hattk; .1! shined! .i/h.-- every mt'trinffnuiui. : Tii'ia.m. arrtat 1'ensacola .8noa, n .. It
.1\ : I 12 :111" 7s 5 ........bait! City...... It.Ila 5:27\ "
... .
\j i \\ tu lulu': Ljdia I]: IMiiKhainS: eta"lc' ('oillpotttut.-AIRS. 11:'JtJ P m. arrive at Pen aoola......_?.11:45: p.aJ:00 1LS.4 of Tae .. ..... !olliton _.... to 1'1:11.1"' 6:111"
.:. I 1'l Alh liAl.Kh 11. 1'4 Tear! >t >prunf ield, ()Inu. Uri 1'., 19 .. S:00pmarrtYeatPensacola. 1/i.1":/ M 1\! .......... Helps ... sit5 I' 4:115
.T 'TM T-1f\ If >ou arc i"'Hitll: to l'lrs. ..ill I.ham for achil.t'. Out olIUT } 7:91 p. m. arrive at Feniiacoia.....-. rt5 p, 2'lt1 II '1:1101"! 1 Of ......... 1\t1l1IIan: no......_ '' 8:211'. I .:11 I.
I she tar liiiowIiHlge thai 'tI:45 p. m. arrive at Fensacola t:.ID y.ff 2itl: to et: to ........Cre.lne....._ 5:15 J I. 4111 "
-irJ fast cxperji-iico: jmibably thery 'HaturdaysonlyPARS: 11\)1 to !!:M" ..._ ..Derr Land ...._ Ir.5 It a5)4 .
r I "illltl..I.t' >MI Mell. It will i-iist you nothing. FOR WEEK DAYS, 8: >S" 8(1) ...... Moa'y !lead "_ 11:4) 1:11"
ii 1'Isuuan-I'or time I suffered with the bac.kacr,. I'pciacola: to Fort Harrancaa retarD 4(4 4.03 It PJ.\ II .DeFunlskMpringa. 11:1" 2:48 "
IttiK MK- a long ... .... ...... "
(j I '1 to Navy Yard and return_. I* ':1'1" PU" Argyle 'fat" !:Hl" ,
pensiccla
.j was alvi tnmliled! with irregular menstruation and bearing down pain i' 1'ttniaoola to Palmetto Beach and reDrlllh 4:41: 8; 1' ... .Ponco o1l L..oll.... 'f: e It ':111" ,
in the aulc and abdomen. I took some medicine but it stt-meii to do me nepood. 1 6:00 to 1.1IIJ': .. .\\1'51\11I&..__ 'f:11" I 1M "
8CKDAY lOaEOCDB. 6.1) .. ..... "
It1U' l'luY\'Ilie 14u
IMnklmin's --
1] Vfgetabh
1 was in a critical condition. Lydia when weather permits' the running 0 oas It 1t1III'! ...........Ionl"'y.: ......_. 'f:11"I I I:21 "
Compound has done me more !goat than anything else 1 have used and 1. open coaches 8:1 1 II 11)7" II ..........1 blpl&y .._. esi It j l54 II
: laCK IS MADE.i cannot praise it enough. If all sufferingwomen would take :your medicine! l'en.6001.. LT Fort P..rr.IliI.' 11.81" 11\17 It _, ...Cottondl\le..?._ :1" II UIPI nOO
'lei draw spun it With sieknesand weak in the world"- MAKQAKEI 1 Leaves .. 13 .. m. 7:110" 1Ii"! .........Marlfllln... ........ 8:11\1.' UU'.
there would U.s women m.
7:1\0: II 1If: II .......... .Cyprl" ......... 'I'I" 11:45: a m
.. 11 m.
liars of music and bet MAE "'""11I\1\,1:71-:. Main St.. St. Clairsville Ohio. (July :.S, 190!+.) 11 m. 7:40" 11:5: to to .....Urand Rldge.._. "' IIII" 11.52 "

this couplet: I AVbcn a nifiliciiif lias Ix-eii Successful! in re>turing in health Jp.m 1 p.m. I p.p.m.m. 7tj.! 12:05 noon .. ... ... Mnl'arh .. .... 11:11 to 10.1'
ft 1115" 12:15" .-\rrlltl1Dctlon _.1 I' r.ltl" 10:10":
... key and very soon more than a million women, yon cannotcll say, \\itliout trying: jp.m 4 P.m.p mi
time and out uf tune. I I it, "I rlu not elii' it will help me." If ) ou are ill, don't lusitattt ". 5 p.p.m m a p,m.

".n.1 k should be hunt m I <> get a bottle of 1.\11Ia; I:. 1'iukhanl's'cgctalule (CoinMiund nl t'; : Up. m. fp.m. LAW DEPARTMENT
il Uto a smart bow lit 1 J'ABllro : eta"DAY I .
i :Mrs. rinkham L Jin1 for sjKU'ial adviceit -
i once, and \t rite ) lilt, M., fenitoolato art Barranoai Nut
: I .nilhus; pin.Suollen .. .
_
itiFeoiioola .
U frt.('. lard and retorn- -
I to Palmetto lineD saeester"
-Ncitarrdel.rittIxnhthrSati.n...tCityDa.k..fLvua&XO) ., ___ III :
; | Si/f I -
lo IIIIMIIM 4 which w tllhrpatdn.uuyvhocaunndthat! ) tbeahotetratunmualletteraare 1 No freight elves after 8:18 p. m. John BP Stetson University If .'
kidney tmublf *oi baL': I 5 0 0 0 nut KOUUIUIor ..err l.ulhtih..1| tfforv obtaining the umt-r' PI"'lalller. I .
K. I'inkhaiii Medicine Co.. Lynn,Ma;i. '
Lydia
uiitsion.
I
.i I'ox of \ ..tllt''if'w., Ky., Do LAue, 1r'lorictii. 4
I 'iiilJ tint work, inv feet WHt'11t'1i I i
tn ituln"' -e -ii.. and I wmlej : -- The Beer I JOHN P. FOUHKS. I'll. !>.. 1 1i I"rp"ltIPllt.I.BEIT .J. 1-\I:H.II, LU II., Dean .

tn i.v: l ld and phyicianinablf j I British Forces In South Africa.nit'iitarv I that to Io.Ho i Tall Trrm 'IIIIIIIII'IIC'f' \Ve'dncsda} ember I IJ 02.

t" itive me any relit-f 1...ai'.tn :->. : -.d1 irteieattn8 I nph} has money you know. That Made<1 Two YKAKS' i iiritK:-TilLaw Department of John It. st-tiim I'nlVHr.Uy..
'toi' finally prescribed Foley'Turn I 't' j 1:11:11111Y l'S; I :!Hjipruiinte that fact I atwo-years' course l it.lmL'!' ti> lhi' degree of I.". K
parl: ml IltllIUt11: : lIl'oIl'lJ THK BA Ii-The diploma of the Law Department of John B.Htet ,
which niudu! well I p.iiici ; \IIIK! a return 0' 'I
: a
\ hut how fill I to live hariiily with a
'' -on Tnnernty Hilmitsto the Har
'i....' \V. A. D'Alenilierte, the uniltan tunes '-ni ':lo1.'i-il\ in Sou!h j man who is my iaftriarr'Duu't inn U I R r TAMU tI I H'KTHHt: 'FIIRMATI.IN--Forth.-LawAnnouncement, of 1-JaJd l : Hllotherde-

J'i.i! -X. Africa from the hetiinniiie to the en.! !! / let hIm know it."-Life. sired lufurmatioii regarding I Law J. FAHIIAH Department.. nddreALIiKitr Uea.i""f Law Depirtrnent.

of the ht.al ha.be.. i
n issued. Th. i
Ie Land. Fla.
CYNICISMS. rarrison Au*. 1. 1S!!consibteil o? 31SoCrers I Pal, \n) how, -ISVICTORIA- .

-- and! <<.fi22: : men; I'pinforrp.1lt'II' Ilor ('hum-Yonr heart must haw a

.1 1 1'e Hi Per In earnest .- sent between then and the our- i gone itnpjit when Mr. Strt-ltrust JIM1 I Tulane University of Louisiana.

\ try to steer clear of break! of hoctilirits 01'1 11. 1S*!f. tiv i t (10)111.I. 1.'r

M' ti'i\i
sent u;> to May :31. I1H: rearhed th,' It went i>inri>"ig':-Jud;':e. HKM 10-CKNT ItOTTLK ttKKK I
: I nil the! athletic! sport she : EDWIN A. ALDERMAN LL.D. President.Full
.:'rest total .if SMI.nSl: : Itesides 52.4H IN TOWN.DANNHEISSER. .
.1 swwiilti will .\ dad lihain>iiiiilinent.Ineffective .
tinjcurs men raised In South Africa The final BROS. I I.itiRuaas.Hclieniie., mjui'.ennij. Law, Medicine ,
Courses : Pharmacy Arl.
.
'p,1 ili h ashing her pins disappointment
:> liver medicine is a : !' ,
r&Mialty fipuren are: Kilted. 5.774; Keven H-parttt Departrai-ni sixteen Kuiltlinu Ktteniilve: Libraries. Laburalorlei
but you don't want toI AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED ': and Workbliops. Splendid Department for Women In the Nevtcomb College. -
Bounded :i.i:! 29 died of ,
wounds dl
l: seems to le divided into I ; or I put;:., strain and break the ?Uiids of !I. Tulane makes leaders In all vocations. Its facilities) for Instruction are arpaied
ease 1B.U8 the stotuach and bowel DeWitt'* I I. f, Harper Wstey.i In theHoulb. Kuhty-'it instructors and I.f!J'1U1..nt.lat I..joo. Many bcbolarkblpi '
tin! 'sew hI board and en\y I in l\cad..nllcd..fIutlll..nt op-n to LOUI'IIDIbIY Expenses: of ccbolarshlp student 'I
... house und these who I Little Early Hi-ers never disappoint.; I i :\ aiu House-401 ri. Palafox street. I $175 for session hoard and lodging: in doruutirlH< .v low rates lPI"tunltle.rordec:
.1.[
.. APt: \ .leriey K !itur'+ IVniunonial hey clean the "ystPIll of all poison! I acadpmleluden1, for seir-belp. InIbMAea'ienlleCollegasnoboy. itpruperlypr.pared
ml: envy the boarders. and putrid matter and do it PO gently R. R. F.xchane-Orp. Union DepotP. for college work will, 10. turned away from inability to pay tuition. N !il section! be.
sun passes se\enty. his \\oHe'tn :M. T. Lynch editor of the Philip-; that one enjoys the pleasant effect. O. Box 21. Pensacola, Fla. .I gins October 1st. Send for Catalogue. I :

to make changeshouse burg, N. J., !Daily Pint write : "I j They are a tonic! to the liver. Cure Phones 116-2e8. Addrec-. R. K. BBL'KK. Secretary.
have u*Pal many kind of medicinesfor liver and -
without consulting; ljilioune*, torpid NP"Plltft'H.
cough and cold in my familybut I Pharmacy. John -
Harris'
t base a sneaking contliey -
'y F'oley's
never anything t-o sjood as Kahn.! -WE WILL-{
I Sheppard.: Sidney ::
:I... don't wait until he Honey and Tar. I cjmint say
I - ---
\tciiUoti Jlobe. too n;u"hin praise of it." \V. A.
D'Altmberte S. 1'alafox. I Try one of our celebrated .

1I"lIItlrrtut'lIlIf the Lung*. I H. S. Felt Mattresses.j CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS

y.-ar* since my Ian; I // you wish the rery best j! They never pack or grow

ally alfected that I had ice freezer at (lie j lumpy. Better than a hair at and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of
: cream
ir'' :le,,," write* A. :M. ]'I very .

se ..d.. I ml. "I took treat- lowest price, the Willis mattress, at half the price. -. *Fall (foods.*-*- .!

-",'pml physician with- j Hardware Co. can please Marston <5' (}uina. :':1; ,J
h. :ifflt. I then started to I "' '
'-H.-ney and Tar and my I you. I CONCERT -AND-DANCE AT 2rf doz Men's Laundries Shirts, 63 pair Ladi s' Sprlll Heel Hhof. Get your boys ready for f-cliool. !

1\:1- sound; as a bullet. '' -- -- THURSDAY regular 4l, to close at 75c. regular/ tl good, to close quick at blJC I, We carry a full line of Boys'Kuits.fo .
il it ii advanced stage MAGNOLIA BLUFF pair. Boys' Huit, regular price |1.00, "' ;
S1gd N',N'rNi I NIGHT. TRAINS ATS. 8:30 AND 27 doz Men' Colored Laundried to eloee at 7-5c suit. !; -

..ui.li-I'.tlafmc\V., A. D'Al.mI I 9. LAST: TRAIN RETURNS AT shirts, regular: 75c, to close at 5Gc. &S pair Ladies' Low Cut Slipper, I 67 Boys' Wool Suits, regular price : : ,.
H.25; to close 1.051
!I Have 11:50. TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT 57 doz Men's Colored Laundried pair.regular good, at # I |1.50 and f 1.73. to close at ".15 suit.liW <1 t I

:\1I",1Ieal | If You Shirts, regular 50c goods to close at : Boys' All-Wool Suits, regular :.
Socieij, Attention. I DEPOT. 35c ; these goods should go in 21 63 pair Men's Low Cut Shoes, regular priced "JO to $3.00, to close at fl.W '
will be a regular: meeting of u hours. $1.50 goods, to close at U 20 and |200 suit.

, P cola Medical Society at DISEASES pair. We carry the largest line of Boys'
SIDNEY 20 doz Men's French Neck Balbriggan -! 1
t i..ire of Health office at \I. RheumatismURIGSOL 25c Pants carried by any house in the "
'k Undershirts: at 20c, regular We carry the largest line of Boys' } ;
p.m. Tuesday. and 2t
9 ;
goods. Pensacola.: city.All
\ rare / Shoe of any hou'e in '
itin< physicians. cordially t of our Ladies! and Misses'dropstitched i
;U attend. I t -1M east fatal! d aD 30 doz Men's French Neck Balbriggan Bring your boys to us, we can fit 25c. hose, to close at .
DR.W. C. DBWBERY.President.. the great stedCahforna andI'Dilol'lod are Undershirts, at SOc, regular 45c, them in any size. 20c. pair.

'i I Remedy will cure ttzn.ct sold by others at 50c. We have Just received a fall line 100( doz Mines'! fall seamless hose .
!i'EM: BlAH'KEK. j I vou It also cures Liver Kidney aDd All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts. "We will to close at GOc doz, or 1 pair for 23c.
Secretary. Bladder 011'_. caused by an excess of Is i close at 75 cents. close at 60c for your choice. borne 75 doz Men's Seamless half hose, ,,
uric acl 1. It never faili. and taiide op =tM:'UI IE I I
the health an! etrergth while U.ll1gU. FOLEY'II Ii 72 Pair Ladies' Spring Heel Low of them are worth Z1.50. regular lOc goods, to close at 5c pair. l'r

Feud stamp for book of wonderful certificate 1, Cut Slippers, 2>i to 7, regular fl We carry a full line of Skirts. We have just received a full line :' .f 1 '.

Fo/t.'lY's> Honey ana Tar by drucglsta.* Price.U$1 your per druggist bottle. For can sale not goods, to close atTOc pair. Look at our window display. r of Ladies' Kid Gloves in all shades.! ,

"''"tiilJren.safe.sure. No opiates. : supply you It will be lent prvpaU upon oon 7 refund ContiinirenudJa

i 1. receipt of price. Address rl cojnlzt4 tnr tfflt Remember, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we will have Room F

'1 can get your house JUrlcsol Chemical Co., Los AngelesCil. :tnt thysieUns u thi hat f* '

slzed. complete at Alar- \ Lamar l5 Rankin or Drug tut Co, Atlanta, Sa.I KlI.nq md BU44 ttoufcta.! FIZZ BRJ\WNER'S > 1'1O

n ,\ 'huna's oji easy pay- Distributing Agents.K n1CI 164 &a. 'Jf j

u'r: "v. weekly or monthly.I I J W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. 15: SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. o. !t

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IJ CANDIDATES GETMONEY :I MISS HESTER I'i i For over 50 years Ayer's Pills have been "Strongest t la I the W 0 oli



II I BACK !! ENTERTAINED : the standard family pill. Act directly on !i The 42.1 Annual & tal"."-. ,

I I Ending Deceintier .q.! tq
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.t laxative. toCrextAu 1
1 Kmtered at the POEt Office at Fenmcola, I I the liver, gently

Si _Fla", lecond-clasb matter : "Will yon walk into my parlor I

;fl orne! :-FIU'I Building, sm! tloutbI Treasurer David Tobin of the ".Idc I II I bald the spider to tbe fly. -. -- -- -- I THE[ [EQUITABLE :
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falafoxstreet, op-stairs. ..
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I democratic executive com- II little parlor I
)unty Tis the prettiest
I Lelshman
Goverr".. Jelks' ? ajar.t y. Postpones Departure
k THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. mittee, in whose hands was left the I 1 bat ever you dill fpy" I .Mortporneiy. Ala., S I':. 5.-The n.a. Constantinople Thursday, Sept 4.-
LIFE ASSURANCE
.J ii matter of pro rating among the can The guest, who had the good fortune j jority of Governor .1(' I I.; overGov- The United States minister John C. [ FOCI ij Ear
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il Johnston! b t!'.. recent Democratic A. Leishman, who intended to start ,
Terms: Invariably in Advance didates in the first primary the bal. to be present at the brilliant I rno":
Year by Mail _. u ....... t5 00 primal was: :::i.74ti, out of "vi.' with his family oa a vacation yes I Assets .. .. .. .
8 f One Blx Monthi .. .... 250 ance left on hand, has made a report natal entertainment Miss Ange- 236 \otei polled. This! result has terday has postponed his departurefrom Reserve and otiier: I Iitjes .

I 4 One Week by Carrier, Payable Monday 10 showing the amounts received line Hester on West Komana street, I been declared by the Ionic;ratic executive Constantinople until Monday because I .. . . .

I from each candidate, the cost of the afforded a large number of her committee of Alabama which of a request of the sultan to --
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TELEPHONE NO. Surplusfrota whu-n" D '.
first primary, and the amount which friends, last night, thought they had assembled at Montgomery! Wednes- see the minister before the latter dends are paid "
day to canvass the returns of the primary leave The claims of the United
will be returned to each candidate.In walked into a veritable spider parlor. .
&&ir I election recently I held. States are in course of discussion.Big PaidtoPolicyholder1901 -

;JNiON lAELr this connection Mr. Tobin desires The house was a mass of cobwebs, I .. .. .. ... . .. ,

to state that the checks for the spiders, and flies, a beautiful elaboration Failure at Bartow. Deal In Coal Lal'lds. New Insurance in l l\fo'j\ ; .' ?

Bartow, Fla., Sept. 5.-The first Huntington W. Va.. Sept. 5.-Senator Total Insurance in ("n. a
y PEKSAOOLA, SEPT 6, 1902 amounts opposite the names of each of the cobweb idea, eclipsingin : business failure recorded here In several B. J. Pritchard, of Wayne has Dec. 31, 1901! ,
; candidate can be secured by the said point of novelty all previous! efforts -(I
years has Just occurred, when sold the portion of his coal !lands in Notwithstanding t: .
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;, IT is said mosquitoes eat each party by calling upon Tax Collector of the season. J... N. Milam, a grocery merchant, was Left Twelve Pole to a syndicate of cial strength of the S '

a l other, but they don't eat each other D'Alemberte at his office. The report The most striking decoration was !i j clod out by Sheriff Tillis. The Birmingham Ala., (capitalists the consideration greater holders security whu. '

editors happen around I business I was closed under an execution being! a little I less than $20'-:! thereby enj' \ .
when is as follows: the large cobweb over the bouquet are LOW and GI'AR.1 :'- '"
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Issued In favor of T. Hughes. 04) opening .
ter than given -
I by <>tKXOWLES y
r ? WE counted thirty-two exchanges Amounts Kecehed: table, whicn was delicately intricate the amount ol which was J720.SO:! Including of a new coal field in southern West

jf t tt that suggested it was "Too much W. A. Blount. .. ... .. .. .I 36 00 I and extremely beautiful. The refreshments principal and interest. Virginia! and the building of 20 milesof .':I

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Jul ( Johnson," and then we stopped C. )1. Custou IS! 00 I railroad to the Ohio river.
J. H. 1-illingiin .. .. .. .. . IS! 00.S. were bountiful. Games I i UUII' j
r +i. t, the exchanges wouldn't.THE 11. Luftiu .. . .. .. .. .. If uo 1 j ; Car Wrecked and Burned. .
H. C. Clopton .. .. .. .. .. la; 00 j recitations, and music were indulged ,, Augusta Oa.. Sept. 5.-on the Found Dead In Chair. General .1g.'ir.

il i Atlanta:: News in a pastoral F. E. Brawner. .. .. .. .. .. .. 75 00 jja by the guests. The souviniers Charleston and Western Carolina: railway Augusta Ga., Sept. 5.-Simon Baer,
309 H. Palafox ,
t # I '' ou their park says the air there is J. 1Y Frater. . .. .. .. .. 75 tau small I a train was derailed and eight a tailor, was found dead in a rocking St. 1'J- :\ -

; [ I like unto champagne. Naturally. A. II. D'Alemberte .. .... .. .. loo 00 I were spiders. cars wore wrecked and burned. One chair yesterday' morning!; by The !
discovered 11. .Bellinger .... .. .. ..... iou 00V. Altogether this was one of the CONCERT AND ,
Jn.t this where they : or two of the train crew were hurt, II ChrouHe carrier who delhered his i I 1' \
.Le .;1i \ W. Richards . .. .. .. .. 75 UJ I .
the little still? mot enjoyable social events of the I but nobody was killed. paper lIe has been dying. with consumption ( :'tIAGXOLI.m.l'FI- i I.
1 A. \ Clubbs . .. ..... .. .. 10 00
: t -- J. M. Andrews .. .. .. ... .. .. .. 10 00 I' year. I I for a long time. ;1 NIGHT. TRAIN: .\ !
A )lnnL'H tailor proposes to lessen H. T. Purcell. .. .. ...... .. 10 UOLeeDamell i Pioneer Georgian Dead. 9. LAST TRAIN I LI I I
) ; ; the perils 1 of hot climates with I . . . . .. 1000 j CarUrsvillp. Ga.. Sent 5.James V, -'. ,
after Vacation. i Election at Brookslde.Brookside. 11 :1 IJ. TICKETS ( I .
clothing; made on approved optical I D. W.. Yaibiough .. . .. .. 10 WIj. | Stephen. an old 1 and inspected riti- '
he don't guaranteewe Roberts .. .. ..... .. 10W 1 Jn-t as it is !harder to set a ball in j i zen of Cartersville, is dea-i He was Ala.. St-pt 5.-In the DEPOT.
princIples-but 1 J. W. Brewtou .... . .. .. 11.1 01 motion than to keep it in inotinn, ItI election for municipal ofhri" at the: !i -- -
born in 1M in I'irkens &>uh
can take them with us. Frank Johnson ..... .. .. 10 noJ.O.VeLh i( I county. place! Wiley Burton was elected may '
j i is harder to take up any line of work j, Carolina, and moved: to Cantan in ISI'.T.:: SANTA ROSA SURFBATHINC j
( .. ..... .. .... tool) I or over 11. A. Williams and Jim Ro'i-
?; WHKX Foiisomother heard him IY. A. Hhelby ..... .... . 10 00 : after the summer vacation, than to He was captain of militia for eight
There trouble,
+ say he wanted to mary a rich American J. H. Walton ,. ... .. . 1" to :| keep on with it. ;> years, and assisted in gathering i'jj I inson. was no though ESTABI1w'! .i

: gill she glared at him and requested -I D. M. Mtrritt .. .. .... .. .. 10 W i The effect of the strain are seen J 1 the Indiana for their departure from fears were had that a clash would ,: -
W. M. Agerton. .... .. . 10 toK. i I take place. Much Interest was taken -,!
him to be silent We know | Ward .. .. . ... .. . jt) tail i! in changed look*, diminished appe- |; the state.. in the: election. Fish chowder will to! .
I1'i I1'W. tja : just how she looked-:and lie wa "i- j I l 11. Kathwell . .. ... . .. 10(0( tite and broken sleep j i -- ---- Sunday evening. PI..

rVf lent. ._ I j John Price<<: . . . . low | Now ii a time when many-clerks. :,, ('limef'ar ISrinj; a Cripple. N' .t DOOIIIM Fur Life. can arrange refreshmenttime to haviother '
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n '!'A. C. Blouht .. .. .. . .. 10 00 JoliVesthafer., of Loogootee
:g teachers and :
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pupils .
THE Tampa Herald says: "That ,' C.1.. Wimberly .... . filM bookkeepers, I was treated for three years by during the wiex i
., Flaglerdivoice bill will cut consider-1.11 I ;. E. W h Iddell . .. .. . lo no others-should take a tonic, and we Ind., is a poor man but he says he good doctor*," wiites W. A. Oreer, I.'I terms. See CHAS.manager H. I
i I would be without Chamberlain'sPain :
not
Hood's
think the best I sarsaparilla
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Executive UUI
State
; able ice in the primaries of I'$j4. It i McConuelUville, O., for Pile and
I Cong. Executive Committee- io :'o) which acts on the whole system, Balm if it cot five dollars a
"' won't down but keep continually I Fistula, but, when all failed, lUick- i
4 builds and wards oil sickness. ; bottle for it saved him from being,
L 'i; bobbins up and puttiusj would-be pol !I Total .. . . . . .t:;:;w it up j| cripple. No external application is len's Arnica !Halve cured me in two :! OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE S Si

1 .- iticians out of business." From winch 1 nave paid out : tquil to t'li-' liniment for Mil and week-" Cure* Burns, Hrunes. CUb, )i i -

f 1 IF: as per voticheis submitted. JcJ!J10\ ) A PLEASANT +j swollen joint, contracted inucle*. Corn*, Sore-. Eruptions. s alt Rheum
THE man who went to Greenville i still lleck. I'r.iIIlSand rheumatic and Fine' oyster* today 1 IN II 1 .
11 I Pile or no ifte: at W A. D'Al-
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.; from ZUH: ,,,\1 lie, Ohio to locate a : Leaving balance: on hand of. .t22s 10 muscular pains. It has also cured pay It \
: v ; LJ. : numerous cases. of pirtial .. emberte's drug tore --
paruly-i
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J 1 hosiery plant mu-t have realized he I Which has been divided and prorated PYTHIAN EVENING
t It i i.* for sale by all dru.j.i-t; i :, and
fFtf' .:1 I ; "I was a long waHom. home when he to those who contributed sameas 1 medicine dp3Ipr. -.--- -- -- FINE STATIONERY.

.1 ., "! I e';:f. read in the local paper that he was I, follows : --

i' t' from %Zhayueville had he treated W. A. BloUlit . . . .. $10 42!
editor" C. M. Costoii .. . .. .. & 21 I Fidelity Ludge No. M, Knights of GREAT SALE REPATIGURAjIs C. \', Thompson .\ -

j I' .. i the J. It. Filliugim . .. . .. 6 21 Palafoxtreet, hi- '
\j'A ri. :\ Loftiu .. . .. . . 0 1:1 :I Pythias, in-tailed Prof. Hairy E. OF CLOTHING ETC : j.i-
"f Merman ,
I It, I 'ARI.IIAI' convertsleft ;: H. C. Cloptou .. .. .. .. .. .. 6 21 1 Graham a* chancellor cumin tuder new supply of Lin .
r the central portion of the state W.Frater . .. .... .. .. 21 71 DO: a Strong: Purgative. Pipers, white, !blue .u .
!II a the other day for Leftwicl., Canada. F. E. Brawner . . . .. ..2171 bit night and followed the ceremonies : I have just bought at n reat 'oar1 : I II I Envelopes to match 11\ '

We predict they will lilt which vtry : A. H. Ak-mberte ... .. ... .. 2S rid with a banquet: which wa: j 1 4am a $5: wo> sock of Clothing, shoe, It doe all that is required to i I also Foreign Mail TabI I
f' i 11. Bellinger .. . ... .. .. 2S!: UlW. j MenV 1 Kanutinj-, ere in the -tore !
quickly and Florida: will have no W. Richards . .. .. 2t 71 1 greatly enjoyed by a large number i at 2tjO S'tuth: Paiafx street, w 1':0:1.: ,tim elate the Liver secretion t velope to match. I *

more appreciativeettlen than I A. \'. Clubb .. .. ... .. . 2'r5 of Knights. ,Il'..giuniug'1'her-day, will be offered without overworking i! Penholders, lilaukbo ,k-
these, saute :Mormons: iwo years J.M. Andrews . .. .. . 2'Sit) at sacrifice prices until all i* !one.I i i etc., always on ban J.
1" : I hence. I i H. T. Purcell . . .. . .. 2MI \ The success of the event was due I; Call early at :!South; Palafox street the Liver and UoweN. A- a ', Phone 2'J4.:

r ( __ _ __ I I Lee Danifrll . .. .. .... . 2 Js9 to the efforts of the committee on i I Thur-duy ai.d get treat bar,{iin-.
THE condemnation the I' D. W. C. YdrbrllUrib:1: : FIBRAWEH.I : plfcaant. palatable:
it e ,- present I J. B. Roberts .. ... . 2 !M arrangement; composed of A. D. Lef..I'
} ; convict lea-e system b} honest labor iJ. W. Brewtou . . .. .. . 2 M Weller Henry JMlinger and W. C. will SeeEverybody}1oi'i '' niter

:r i is thoroughly ju=tilled. Convict labor i iF. Johnson . . .. .. . 2 t>'J ', in repair aret-csuas your, watches J.andleweiry laxatire IT I Perfect. : t are t __ __ __ t
should nut be allowed to compete ''J.ti. WeUh . .. . .. .. 2 h'J : Monroe. I etjle. I l lI '

with free labor in any fui in. A W. A. ti h e 11>y. . .. ... . 219 Prof. Graham presided at the bmqutt -Stephens. I ha a rl,:' :
J.S. Walton . .. .. .. .. .. 2S9 I,I I Fur tliU1inJtih piece of this tfurtb. liir: .
", law that di-plices an honest man | D. M. 'tleuitt . .. ..... 2 b9! : table and toasts were responded i fight: for it. They roust w 4.

with tonvict labor puts a greater W. H. Agertou. .. .. .. . 2b9 to bj' HCIJtt M. Lotin, Henry Hor=- FOR RENT.FOllllE.YTThe. Typhoid and Malarial Germsfrom chance to get it. and get It.
price ou honesty than many well K. Ward . .. ... .. .... .. 2 8'J\ Thos. C. Watson & Co .
meaning labours' can lo H. Kathwell . .. .. ... .. .. 2! w 11 ,, ler, Henry Kellinfrer, Dr. Almou, spacious have -(.me particularly flin-1 t '
14. i I pay. g"U John Price . . ... . . 2 r9 W. L. Mover, Monroe Campbell W. gymnasium of the Pensa- the "y-tpU1 nothing can to oiler just now, and tli- .
Dome to the wife and little 1'1If'eUllthalldtll 'A.C. Blount .. .. . . . 2 S'J ecual it. It f it. a tonic and you to come and inve-tu' i-
a while the criminal i- C. M. Wimberlv , 14" C. Monroe. Leslie E. Brook* and cola Athletic Club can be You will never regret '. n

:1 t. given work and su-tenance breed- i Il E Wlnddeti . . . .. 2i9! ..others. rented during the season alterative it will improve .."
t slate Executive Coiiimittee- Sit; --- ----- -
reckless" di-content and swtlU theranks -- ----
I Con;;. Kxtcutive Committee-- tit)' for fairs, concerts, dan- your health beyond your ,
of anarchy ana crime. Good ;, For her t-my Years This weather mal '
1 etc- particulars
:' roads is, one of the first essential! Total . .. . . ?:!S lo, | :MRS. WlNSLOW'3 tIuoTlIISQ"BCP bat i ces, mot sanguine "Xi'.ctathfl; -. grass<< grow. You t-n '
'I+: the gelid alproperity of a state, not would Ii i been used lur o>'tr sixty years by mlllionbOi call ai the club, or t le- ,
respectfully that
suggest '
,i, ". only in agricultural dl-tncts but in I i the amounts shown to have been !i niotbera for then children while tvrlbing : phone .Vo. 301. ,y';lf I Sold by All First-Class! tJlllists, keen cutting Lawn M >
i with perfect buect-58. It soothes the child and GrassSheaf.v '
lft every utauulteturiug section : thel e- ( distributed by the state conte,tuu-- softens the guins.ttlltivb all paincurex wind Jr..
L fore the state would reapagreater al executive committee, amounting colic, and IK the best remedy for I'larrbot-a Willis Hardware f''

4 benefit by employing her convict la county, to $:!() :'M\ democratic lif turned over executive to the com new It will rbliF\. the pour little outtorer immediately. YOU DON'T HAVE TO DRINK BOILED WATER !
Mold by Druggists In evry can
bor ,solely in building/: up good roads, mittee.
DroBI-i.
I I of tbe world. TV.t'Dll.fic..nh a bottle FRANK SECARI'S/ BATH HGwi(
y- and throwing her protection to the i I Strned.i Treaurer.A ;, Be sore you ask for "M is.11'tnslua'a. South: <* # DRINK MAt

e honest workingmau, than she now I'au.nn'i'uhle Ani Ing Wyrup,1' and takn no other loud Deep water ,ea bat -
receives in the mete dollars! and i (dfiy for white peopi-"
cents the convict revenue bring*. I "I want all: the world to know,' compartment for lads" A
1.1, -- -- -- write H"V. C. J. I'.udlotig. of A-h- THE BOSTON IDEAL the Soda Fountain teiid.in*. :: ;atf-t.: hball -' .

t : TH year ha- been a year of unprecedented ,, away, K. I., "what a thoroughly; i ue HI tin :
good and reliable iiirdiciuc I (intuid Ci'll'F 1 e' '
pro-parity throughout OPERA COMPANYThe -
in Electric
UitterThey cur d I me I 'IT (''-.valluw,1: I / i '
4 the sumo\ geLerallwith perhap- a t.f jaundice and liver troubles that I
1 few local exceptions a result CHI..pllma great uirennn' for many ---- I
years. For a genuine all-rnundcnre When you want the most \-AAAAAAAA./'a 1'i. 1
has been _
there more summer tour- U-ry excel iiiiythu.D' I ever .iw." R'i,;ton Idc.il! < iifi.i f" mpauy' : -
lug in the Noith and Ea: -t than hast Electric Bitters exhilarating draught you
i are the < of
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t ur"ri-n presented Tr..1wlrt' ai tin! opera r HAVE YOU NOHiF!
J been enjoyed bur some time. All the all for their wonderful work in Liver. always want water s'
l Kidney and :Momach trouble.. i house last night to a lan;<- md responsive
1 wanderers while
; weary at
( ;"i 1: licine from the fatigues of the resting ri-turn Don't fail t', try them. Only ;Wcti. audience, who -!,owed \h y .': l1' ,i' i WHAT IS MISSED HF 1- ;
ati-f u-titiu i- ruaraittred bvV A.
4t .' :' journey und i-outemj'latiiis; the j.>y* D'Alembi-rte. 121 south: Palifox. their enthusiastic appreciation' .,f -

r jj Ib and soiiow* ol trav-i I will heartily the core, when rendered xcep-Mu.\ 'WnUeRockLlfflA "vV"-.gr'V'v vvv v. .!

: I ,. ., coucurwebtlieva, with the *etitta '- -
ally well, that !
t ( A PLEASANT RECEPTION they wen tl oiu.jhly; I ,
( meats of ti.i- eliariiiing litt. traveler
I D" WHIlt "
>t t' in the Hirmingliim: News : "! --- familiar with the po-sibilitie-' i thus: .:,: .1 '"r i >ii.-.II iii-iit 111'.' I
.. "i Wafer
: t Iwl'tle outn better from having standard opera ; : Ste: I, -II-, tli>- j jew.-l.! '

t seen the North and 1<:.1..t..a\'- II Tile reifj) tl
11 f!!' $J..4 charming little wou.uii who -hits -:III-t church last Fnd tY evening m matinee this afternoon wh u the ___I served at the fountain,

'r 1 been on a flip to W.lt'hiuiltunt'w honor of their sparkles like fine wine it All kinds ot' .//ii'r
new pa-tor. :'trI..lIld *. admission will be t1> pouts to all -I-- 1 ; .
York and other laige: cities. "1 viijoyed : chairs at M '
rocking
y .-\:( J. Irwin, was a very pleasant parts of the 110U-e. Martha ithe ; is only water bubbling ovel .
trip and the contact with I -- ..r *
my '
and enjoyable alfur. I '' : with ozone. $ Quina's. I net: ;
Thechurch
the people, who) a* a rule, were kind attraction for tonight and I n given _r ; : pure
low.
n t ; and clever, but 1 did not find in my parlors were tastily decorated with : with the expectation of crowding 'tl' iIII Bottled Waukesha, WU.h' .

'y I travel* tint courtesy and chivalry tl >wer;: ivy and pot plant The Y. the house, a= it H a universal favor- FOR SALE HERB BY

I c ', 'J which is still found in almost everyman P. C. 1". rendered a fine mu-icil and i, ite. Thi closes the igageiiient L. Bear & Co.Agent3 YOU'LL GET THE LAUCH
is ;
in the South.\ In the rush ofcomn.ercialim /
.j we have not forgotten literary program, after which dainty ,, of this company, for this seas...uVarerCurft.irClironic Sr : from tho W"

refreshment were served.Rheumatism. iHleiuiil-- .'. '
4P I how to and
enjoy appreciate the .
,I i \ Coiibtipotion i* of the n.1 '
t : 'I social and personal pleasure which I -- -- -- .. ._ ___.__ I get tilt iihl. "
,.. make 'lile happy YeI love the : Take two cup of hot water half an F. B. BRUCE tlm.V,. k-.. .
I
f .r hour before each .
meal
South : not the Snitn of the civil and Jut before Stationery ft.;-1.!

j' + war but the South of warnl-hearted: 1 going to bed also a dn.k ofi glad to p'-t y i

and clever people who live to love What is the use l"if telling tlie rheumatic i water, hot or cold about two hours Coe's Book Sttr.
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i i 1! after each meal. Take lot of tm this is i tAl 2rlitf S ad d &AlAhti tiul.
i t is each live oil other each other.rather" than: loving to | that he*Jet-Is as if his jointsre t>eing! dislocated door exercise-walk, nd-, drive.out ; ; ft e

t _! -- --- He knows that hi; ufferinc! ere very Make a regular habit cf this and in YOU'LL BE INTERESTED

i s : I ri TortureFatorsaTexan. m',,-b the the tortures; the r.uk. many c--e* ctironic c-'nstipatfou Guns
i 1I"bit .. Ammunition Fishing Tackle, Bicycle and
lit i tuft. / *! '/'/ is v.b.'itll'iII -
t "Having ditreiu? pain in head Ij run h,- diM-a-i'. permanent may be cured without tht ue of any I in many of tl.! .- !;
i 1 t back and *ti>mach. and being without That. j<-.'..r.!.n,: h. tl.ousai.J.- oi s-'ratcJul meJieiue. When a purr itive i is rt- I Bicycle Sundries, Edison Phonograph and Music. her.. )'"u'd l tr ,
; J 't' e aly+etite. I bean to ue Dr. 1 te-umrnialis! | take with the style i J.. *
i I I King's New Life Pills, writes W. P. ;, quired somethiufc' mill and Hammond and Other Typpwriter Typewriter; Huppiie: *, All Kind of books are prn.tiitailv j- "x
1i t-1- Whitehead of nnedile. Tex and : Hood's SarsaparillaIt gentle like Chamberlain' Stomach 1 Repairing, Lock and Key Fitting. read tv; -

h 3 ,? soou felt like: a new man." Infallible promptly neutralizes: the acid in the I and Liver Tablets. For -ale by all High-OradeHammeile-sGuts K -ptfor K-nt. BV Jaiplyf Fresh Shell ', The kind II f N' ','t .

} in omach and liver troubles.! bind 0:1 which the disc i ,s" defend*, com. druggists and medium sealers.I all at Low Prices. to buy and rH
Only ::Se at D'Alemberte s drug I'lctely eliminates! it .J"tr.- Athens tht --- --
&If$P; store. I I system against its return Try ll Vd's. Try THE Ntws Wani Column. 15 South Palafox Street. I Coe's Book Stur"vw


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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 6.1902. .

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rg- H. FAIRCHILD in the time mentioned- therein, the No. 50O3. ; f
DISCUSSINC CITY !
W. O'NEAL I
mayor shall cause the city attorneyto President F.C. NORTON Cashier ,,1
-. J. FOSHEEVice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. :
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F institute such legal proceedings as i .

33 EAST ROMANA STREET. WATER SUPPLYCITY may be proper to declare the for

s feiture and annulment by said com AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
iI'a"d Refinishing Furniture a ;
Cg t Special pany of its said franchise. 111,1

COUNCIL CONSIDERS THE OF PEKSACOLA, FLA.
rl1ono 40B. Don't think that eruption of yours

-- QUESTION IN EXECUTIVE can't be cured. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla Designated Depository. of the United States. J ,

-its virtue is i its power to $ I 1
R. K. WHITE, SESSION. care. Condensed Statement at the close of business Aug. 21, 1)2. 3 ; Ii


fthnialer Manufacturing Jeweler --- HUDOIN'S RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. 't

anl 'radaate( Optician, The city council was called to- PENSACOLA Bill Receivable .. .. ... .. .. .. .. ... . 1350,403.19 Capital Stock .. .... .. .. ...... ......... .... J200.000.00

Demand Loans.. ... .. .. .. ..... .. .... . S.97274 Surplus Fund. ...... ... .... ........ .... 10,000.00 f .
? ,,".k r.uioi st., fn.atola. ria ; getter at noon today to hear the CIGAR ANDTOBACCO Overdrafts. ..... .... ...... ... .. .. ..... .. 45983U. Undivided Profits...... ... .. ......... .... 1024294 : !. t

second analysis of the S. Bonds and Premium... .. .. .. ... 1S7.171.87 Circulation..... ..... .. ...... .... .... .. .. 100.000.00 : '
city water, Stocks, securites, etc.. .. .... .. .. . ... 2,625.00 Deposits ...... .............................. 31)0,463.71 p
FVy'NEWS taken direct from the ten supply Furniture and Fixtures. ... ...... . ..... 6,718.48 a

FACTORYAfter [. R. Stamps... .. .... ... .. .. .. . .. .. fc&84 I .
wells, made by Prof. A. L. Metz of Cash and Exchange. .... .. .. . ... 153256.70 I
NOTES:) New Orleans. --

Present $J710.706 *710,706.fio .
were Mayor Jones, Alder- considerable unavoidable delay -
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... ._ ti ..J men Green, Baars, Moyer, Hays in the receipt of his large stockof 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. I
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\\ Johnson; & Son's local Pryor, Wright, Christie Broughtonand material, Mr. C. J. Hudgins, the ;
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Merriwether.City proprietor of Pensacola's new cigar ,& .5HSHS5SH5H5HSH52SH5HSS f

read Green, Watson & Clerk Jones read the analysis and tobaoco factory, situated in the 1 prices Jlake It Expensive

a iv"rtnement.k which is a lengthy document, Thiesen building on the corner of I

." :Sigurd H at Palafox going into minute details of chemical Baylen and Intendencia streets, has

s u/in! ;; ballast. sanitary and microscopical commenced the manufacture of his I -TOaSHSa5H5HS -
{ t
k Carrie B. Welles came bacteriological analysis.Dr. favorite brand, "Hudgins1 B-Cent," ,

rtr-rnoou; with a good Metz says that the chemical and expects later to introduce others I 1 .Trade Elsewhere.

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analysis shows this to be nearer like He will also shortly begin the < HSH5Z5HSHSHSHS# .

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excursion on the
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.. pure rain water than any well water manufacture of a very choice special i
cl tv afternoon. Float
t 2:30. tu ever examined, and were it not I blend of smoking tobacco, "Big Pen. I PURCHASES FOR THE INCOMING FALL AND WINTER SEASON OF FASH ION A} I.rATBRIALS .},
warf at
\ : OUR AND WEARABLES have been lavish and exclusive. Every department
.*: re has a new and for the bacteriological analysis one I sacola" to sell at a popular price, : on its Autumnal hue. The hand and brain of our large force i is eager; to nnike your shopping is rapidly here putting

would think it absolutely pure water. ;! composed of well selected Kentucky I both pleasant aud profitable. Oar modern methods of buyin and selling of reliable merchandise are prove:!
:I- tuent in this i- I demonstrations that this store is where you should do ycnr chopping.
.t bargains: for next Dr. Metz shows, however, that' White Burley and cigar clippings. : ,

there H in this water, taken direct !i i Mr. Hud ins assures the tradeaud I
SILKS. I DRESS GOODS.
,- being manifested from the supply wells, twelve times ': consumers generally, that these I' ,

.'..litin' the rtmod- as much bacteria as there was: in the j j i' hoods are strictly first-class, and he BLACK TAKFKTA-oS inches wide ; elsewhere KTTAMIXKS uu-'u wit. col..rI5ene,

-. \,".-tie's restaurant I water analyzed by him first, which feel confident that with an opportunity -:, #l.'Jj: the yard, Special hpre . . . .. .$1.00 gray aiul tau n. ant '..itteriiworth Sl.2i: per

.' "f an elegant: LiN.k '. i I' yard Special: . .. . .. . . .$100
i was taken from faucet* in re= for trial given them, they will 3:-INCH BLACK TAFFETA-worth a quarter .
will hive the I ,; more the yard, Special . . . . .. . .fl.OO( TRICOTVAtSn.NWColor> -, tarn iunk Nile >
: H. the South when deuces. II I I Ilr. j prove both satisfactory and popular i i I i green, garnet and black, per yard . .. 25cAUMUHK

is :\ Walter Put, secretary of the ,, He therefore invites a fair trial of MOUAE SPOT AXDSTI II'Fn AXTH1PE-Ex- NOVKLTIKS-The'new dress snit
\ progress; com- elusive; Waists Silks: colors, Special per yard $1.25; I material. nat blu, cadet and ca,tor. exclusive -

Peusacola; Water Company, who : the same aud challenges cutnp.ui'i j i patterns, \per yard..1 .. . . .. .f 1.25
COLORED TAFFETAS popular "Shades by :
teak;; in the city was present, was called upon to :sou with any other brands of goodsof : yard . . . . . .50c, tart, 75c anti $1.wPEAU SILK SHIRT WAISTS: -Kull line new Fall
I Waists, all colors, from . . . .*HUOto !1.00
,', lltction of curios, make statement. similar character. ,
a I
I de CIO<:PI.-the popular waist silk tl"0 FANCY VELVKTri-Hlack.= Ked and Blue

,v u from defendants He saiu: that in his opinion the I II. C.\ CElt CrilKU: KY HLOOO HMM: :i the yard quality Special. . . . . . .?1 2"> grounds, per yard . .. . .. . . ... Toe t.;
,',,- and used as evi- I
only way to ll.catb.the contaminationwas I I
..:. in a !silent; way a I Ii
"i ? Amoug the col. to take separate: samples from !! All Skin anti UltMxl Hi-M'an 's Cured. EARLY FALL WAISTINCS. CAlLOONS AND ALLOVERS.A .

:Is- -crap iron, bric-a- each of the ten wells and have each I I Mrs M. I,. Adams: Fredonia, Ala., !'i Siberian Waitings. .. . . . . . .6'4cyard complete line of farnalures for fall {gowns- f
took Botanic Blood Balm, which effectually -i' cream ecrue and bl..ckricl'
I ; \ per yard lOc to |l p)
'
: iud a large Irish; analyzed separately.He cured an eating cancer of VicuausPastelleStripe: . . . . .. We yard CALEn-thIP ase Wind-or Percales 12'.c

would like for members of the the node and face. The sores healedup ': English Flannelettes for dressing sacques- Me yard value per yard. . . . . . . .". lOc
perfectly. Many doctors had
: tie: stoaway who special committee to be present i given up her case as hopeless, hun-

.. liriti-h steamship ;dreds of cases of cancer, eating
t..d Carl Pogouhing.ah I when these ample; of water were sores, supperatiug swellings, etc., HW. J I. & B. FORBES. A
taken from the wells. ; have been cured by Blood Balm.
from the British Among others, l\lr".ll. M. Gueruey,
,t Gloucester, were He further said that: the companywas : Warrior Stand, Ala. Her noe and I I

: by II. P.1Vharmarshal wiiling to aid all in its powerin lip were raw a% beef, with offensive I
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from the sore. It You Buy Them at the n..tIIllih..... Store, They are Good 1
discharge eating
on the locating the point of contamination -I|!I Doctors advised cutting,;, but it ';THE WEATHER ; &
i J. which sailed at C l Balm healed the S
failed. Blood
and as soon as it was shown
.lined to their own | sores and Mrs. Uuerney is as: i Biggest Shoe Sale of the Season !
which wells were contaminated. ue 1 well as ever. Botanic Blood Balm a :;
i i
of them would be discontinued. also cures eczema itching humors, 1 TO-DAY I NO OLD SECOND HAND STOCK IN THIS SALE.
.rdiauts hotel con- i scabaud scales, bone pain: ulcers: t .
Chairman of the s.iui- I ALL CLEAN, NEW. FRESH (; )OfI-i- PRICKS CIT TO ThE
row in popularityt Hays city ,' offensive pimples: blood poison, carbuncles Local Kor..cBst-l-iilr tonight and ,KunI LO\VEM' NOTCH t ;,

.- of names on the tarn committee reported that, with 1' scrofula, risings and bumps I da>', partly cloudy probably obnwf'r". I'' Here are some prices;;: ; ;
'on the skin and all blood troubles.
\ Everything the inspectors, he had examined the bottle. I I1ktb to fr..sb1 to southeast. "'lDlh.I Ladies' Oxford Jiieal Kid, Patent Leather and VicI Jid4. all .Br
irger. Druggists, H per large new this year's styles and old for $.{. duriutr this sale $2.lo i
lie Merchants and wells yesterday. He started to makea Sample of Botanic Blood Halm free I All our Ladies': Oxfords and Colons'il< in Ideal Kid and Patent Leatherand !
best in the South. [ and prepaid by writing Blood! Balm Temperature in Last 24 Hours: Vici Kid which sold all .
I reason at #2 50, at this sale for Jl 1 75.: i iI
but .... .. '
verbal report, was topped by Co, AtlalltaOa. Describe trouble Maximum dt'jH"PS
to leave the building and medical advice sent inI Mlairnum .. .. ... .... ... ....... .; i iI i I Our LadieSJ Oxford all ,-hapePatent Leather tip, stock tip ,
Alderman Green making a motion i special : I heavy and litfhtoles.. now $I Is ;
I-fre-htnents, for the I sP:1ltoliltotter. It is certainly worth Temperature Elsewhere : 'I II I These art- only a tow ,.f the manypeci'il prirev. WP are nlff ring. (J.me .
!Ile! best equipped and that the council go into executive while investigating such a reinarkable ,
I )IRt. MID I IC. and be convinced tti it the bet place to buy tug Ii cla-- f-iotwi-ar lot the 1 <
of saloon" in remedy :as Blood Balm curesthe least ,
the i- Ht
d'llIoI" any I session to discuss question.The miNt awful, worst and most | Atlsnta .. ..... 'v. .. ...... ''"> money -- -- ,'.' : ,
and others Kisnmrck .. .... W ,
I press reporters | deep-seated blood diseases.: __ : ... j:! :., I (
for the Loui-\"ille & were then excluded and the council n i Cble"o t'Inciunat ... .... ."... ...':A :.- '
.. .tbienhilded Heggar. Hah'pIOU._.... .. .. .._"I j- I Boston Shoe Store
new passenger and ticket I went into executive session : Huron .. ... .. .. ......... 11 :
New Orleans, indicate that : 'Ifa\e you really no affection for any I .laekeonetlle ........ .... .. "i a ,
I'pon reassembling in open session '!other gill, UearV" the asked of her i "an-I'' lolt). ..... "''' ... >
"rill coulprise'lie of the haudt : I I I\p'WI'5t: .. .. ... .. M fJI'I I \\TIIAN G. l'( ('ninnic.: '
the following resolution, introduced flu Memphis .... . .lttl MI ''' tor.
suite': of railroad ollices iu : mire.o.: replied:! the drug clerk absent- I :lloln'' ..... .... .. .. \10 jn I
Alderman IJaar-, Mont uOl..rv... .. ... '." ., Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox
The Louisville by was
& Nashslgued I Street.
intry. mlmlt>l.lIy. "but I have something Just I Vow orll'luis .. ......... ....-VII :1
i- a lease with the St. adopted : as ood.-l'Wlailt'lphia 1'rej.s.M I. sew York ... I" w I I t
I savannah .. .. ....... .. 10\1 j. :
Hotel Company: taking in Wherea, the analysis made by I"t Louts i f, I r j
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'All kinds of Furnii -
|) : NEW ORLEANS COLLEGE
won and St. Charles street* I I PIlAHllACY.
Dr. A. L. Metz, of the water taken i rvopture at nearly' co-t. vi
w occupied by the Mobile I I U1 'to make for
from the well of the Pen-acola Wa room
:..'t and -- oillce. 'I new stock. i j V JM'liniil of t
pa euger! Company shows that the water MARITIME. 1'barmaey Cuinlm-trd liy I'd'trnia<-ish.

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lunipli ciiursi-of Led!ur. 'IIIII. untury JII.lrudIOlllnl.It.-\K 'I
I.-\\
it >bby Hal-ton the small supplied by said company within the Ofll-V
i JO Ladies' Patent 1oI'fln. H.rrPIIPtl"r.u" and MAIFKI4: : MhMI: t. Atlpla' ..' inuuu-i'il, 0011I', '
; 'n' lug voice, and Jerry city of Peus'icola' i* polluted, unhealthy pairs --- ,,, moliou: liuililintt. Kith... n"lru'II"lha, ... i. .nn.\ly pram Ieai in n. ." "1.... Nnxt s.iontegmactF ".' '
I -- l>5jHr .ioii i5muit111'arHFFr.NFlthitI.RASHLi.: : : Ii
Plain Lace :
Tip or Dongola
; : at pocket edition of aud unfit for drinking par1 Er PORTS I "" 'i: "

n the -'.\Iec and George" 1 poses, andIVherea.The Shoes, today and Monday, for (M'II":' nili-r to date Jh; jl.t I II i I i i L

Men'* now If Flat*" this i water work* of.aid 190c fJllir.I I ---- I i TO THE PATRONS OF Hotel : "
i KldFI' Camden jji"
will I'rl'rent entirely i company are not provided with 200 Suits I I!
not/a' just received Sor "' HydrH. hal. Ctubrit-lf, allzt', to6u11Tran.lt i PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. I II
: i in tt.elr comedy work : proper m*>ans of cutting/ oil the -ups t'O j i
$1 25 to S-;.50 suit. I ( "
''IUI:\. \i.\it\-\i.
;I' t-t seasons and will s j ply of water to Its stand pipe so a-- to I

+"tier that will enterounsj permit it.-, pump to work direct into New Fine Fancy WaistCloth Kr ss City of( lour..ll1r HAILED, Milburne, HavreCLEAKIU. !I I The jTiiifipal will I.J.- at Public Now Open to the 1-1Is
lOc to 45c yard. I I Public;
: 0' \ and elder of I the pipe -ytem, as is required by School No. I front tm- II rte until I

i iy musical (comedy its franchise ; therefore be it Silk G ing hangs for Br as City of(;Iouc.. ter.additional cargo (:!I i October I. between the hour of't t ilixii ti.e! in ma: *!,'uifiit nf -.

Resolved by the city council of Fall Waists, JXc yard. for Havre. lt.','"" ''' bi\wn tinit T. I.'I. ft''la.: in. arid I p. m., far the purpose of ; i i '
valve *iWlr '
, l f"iidit.ts faced hismug : the city of Pea-acola.as follows : Sea Island Percale, short lumber hs August Kelmont. :'.;'", Rogers b> examining and clis-ifymsc new MRS. S. ; : i
for \JIltb ;: ;;:11 tons MIMS : t
Co
i First-That the mayor be and he ItulfTrausit 'amplco. ,. '
: ::,"' of whom nine ends, S 1-3e yard. coiil.Miiue.tio pupil, and such old put'i1wl failed .
''i* hereby directed to notify said Pen- to be promoted atrc entitled t.> t
, ..: i.l'.y, $;jO being the : .INla Water Company that it has :300 yards short ends in ATlHT\RAXTINB. i l. re-e+canninltion.. jt I I'fi.-ucola, Florida. ikr1'i ;
,
til'! in the aggregate; / ; Long Cloths S l-3c yard. :Nor ship .\Aincriro. 'Io). Iltrt( m Cape Attention H called touts inrtqulrement < .
the condition
been and i i", violating: ; IS i
RHASONAIJLE: :
h-1 :urged and one seuli1 I Town to IVnSHOoIa Lumber Co : ;
.I the two white iuf the franchise under which it i1 White P /ue Waists, for 1. New pupil< airing to enter any :

; 1 operating its water work the city early Fall, just received. THE SHIPPING.VtSSKW grade will b required 11 pas ->xi -., Jy HIP Day, \Wek >.r :.Month. I ; : t
their! small babies ,
w.ti I. :i : humiliation: iu all audioof the '
grade 1
,. : of 1'ensacola by supplying waterwhich Walking Skirts special i, Table Fnflll-IJl'd with the |J .
w !>> carried dawn in below with an average; of not ias -t HII'r !
:, is polluted unhealthy and l un- : :" : IS I'OKTMKAMMIIH 'I i Market
and than ;5' ,, Aifi.rdf. ', : r
J 75
\\ '".. yesterday after- $1.59, $ $4.00 .
.- c.iii-iderabie coinc ] tit for drinking purposes, and aUoby each.McCaU's. Kriijuit B..Inlvnt, 'fii;, Kugets., to ': Pupilwho wf-re prevented for I! Public t )! |: : !
j Us failure to provide lit water works Gull Transit o rea? >u- ;;ati-hct"r.v t'> the principal Patronage Solicited. j I ,5 i
!' larged, as ao case Shlklfton, ( ulliHD 'from
i of oil thr Bazir Patterns Br Karbo Kank. MIT to tikiujj thO' fIlial examination: I
with means cutting
proper \ Tinberconr Free Sample H' om". f i i
: i n-t them. : la-t May: will be examined under theI j
1 ,supply of water to its stand pipe sn for October now in, only 10 rairnetk. IPi. Hawl'-h, o t S S 1.1 nKr ; : t
I same ronditioti=
Forest lisle, :'Hit rinkliani toV I. '. !: new pupil 'r!
I ato permit its pumps to work direct and loc MitticbACoBr Pupilwh failed in not more than I Men.Sunday Rite :Made to Traveling !; i d'
S I ... Kotbrrrtrld, lap:. 'bandlfr to oiilf
11I 1111"-311. i into its pipe system by which l U"Jn.UHSO.y., SO.Y. Transit Co i one study HI the :May examination I ; ? i

.. .\II >w the to speak a i in the pipes may be raised -- --- --- lr Kofftild.. \\Mt. Cassap.to LA N RvI 1: wi-I be re-exiiniLfcd in that study hI
'. ChamberHin's i pressure I H..rIeo!.a. HA.:! Haner, touulf 1'ransit CohrHtuswald I i and will h* n quired to make not
% rif .
to a degree than that atlerd- NAVAL STOKKS MAltKhr.teprted : ; i;:>.. liudall, tojolt TranI less than .s>)'. I CONCERT: AND DANCE AT .
>lv I *uflpred for three !I ? .
IT niflutis and could ed by the stand pipe when full ; and ; Dally for rIle New. bj I I, .It CoHr ('nulHrlgbt.. J1U. Goody, to W H I The exauunatiouwill be held according MAGNOLIA HI.UFf'THUJDAY J I' 9

s :-,-''It-. 1 tried several: 1 to notify said company that it is re- I'nion Natal Morfd Co.ariKiTg i, K-\r&l'o to the following schedule: i NIGHT. TRAINr4, AT 8, AND ; .

,j "UIt'll'* patent:: mediad quired to desist from each such violation I AUIPS. ) Mondays. Grade 6.Tuesdays I 19. LAKT TRAIN UETtTRNS AT f ;,1 j t t
Rosu.N : Rug Kudjmion: lisa, 1'"lItorsin. to Kaar, ; tirade 6
.. ,'et uothinr to give I i of its franchise; within fifteen w ... .. ... ".4"S H. ..... _._. ..10NIJ. lY Ininw.-dv A ('oSor i 1 Wednesday Grade 7.j UAi. TICKETS 25 ('EXTAT i I J! 1 I
i valuable' until my wife medicine got a II days: after the time of the service; of ..... 1\ ;,:, b .. ..... ..... 1 :K'sS >.org.. !l .<. KJorn"en, to order j Thursdays, Grade &. DEPOT. i ii I I : ; tI

t I to ... ... ..... .... 844) F.-. 13'. ,, KtRKIKm Fridays, Grades 9 and lo.i q :,
,nipletely relieved' 1IIt'- j I slid notice, by providing supply M. _. .... .. .. : \1.1 E.. ..... .. ... I ?;;'-, Bice Australia'... (>l lfp MJ., to haztrston Parodi 4, to CoI ordtrIt I i Pupils must; provide themselves I I mattresses! for the I ;i.i i
Mo.
KMAX. Kagne'l and ;supplying water that is :'tipol1 l- It __ .. _.._.....24-'i D ..... __ .... 1 :!'r Nor Klirser. ">7 h..lobnson.toord.r I!I with penciU a"nd ': The ilest t > :
t+ .ale by all drugdetltr 1 and fit for drinking .. ..... Nor "Mgarrt I4W, oxnernd to H it Korer report : room Frmerly i I I I 1 -v"-"Hhere.. I j 4': !
'IK'nit *. luted, wtiolesome 1..... ..... .._. ... 1'0;; CAbelow. 122'2 --. __.- 'I must at the f occupied f\1: Prvor.. ,
'
-- purposes and by providing its TCEPCSTIHI-H ui I II ( by Miss Cook in the base- I '
'
I' of i Garden hose at the Willisj : men nut later than 9 o'clock. I I II$
@BAY works with proper means I rF3TOhtI1lL. liTHE
water : : .
tXCURSION i The finest line of umbrella in the Hardware Co's. :1 j HAKK\ E. GKAHAM.i2 i. 'I
of water to its i j I 8eantt. ite K.'d ( Hare hAi'S ;,
cutting oil the supply ': city is at J. I. Stephen. Go lookat = -Iw Prmcipil. .1 ; 1.1\t I
ept _...._
j
1 i __ .. CI! -
stand permitting the pumps to them. ""fi..1ooa i"
NEXT SUNDAY pipe I ,JflrP- If 1
-- -- Crab nets and Ashing fil '
: work direct into the pipe system by I Thos. C. Watson & Co., ; : 1 f

which the pressure in. toe pipes maybe I The best for the tackle to suit everybody, at i the leading Real Estate Aent?. take :+ --- '
sold here. ,
l tt ever
will take
:- : :Enterprise' tl:e Life Saving raised to a greater degree than a re seprice Pryor'sFuruiture : the Willis Hardware Co's.CASTRI1L. ; all the worry off the shoulders of the aueIo' -ey' by buying \ I f fI H

'f t 1,1 leaving Pahfox I that afforded by the stand pipe when Store.______ ___ -----. i I owners! of property, manage the I I ( you [ilrnt. : :a
;i'+. m. Surf bathin.it < I renting of their hone and the collection !
full.That For a bad taste in the mouth take ; lure at Marston $ Quina'sGreat i
on the beach. upon the failure of said com- Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Bear,ttte Ill Hats khtafs BaszttI of their rents as conscientiously ,

t". J.E. REED, pany to comply with said notice, in I i Tablets. For sale by all druggists I a.r tU1 a!# I' as they would themselves.I Furniture Emporium ,

Manager. either particular as required, with I and medicine dealers. Their charges are very reasonable. '

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-IItff DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1902




STEAMSHIPS. I TRUTHFUL r AN AMAZING TRICK
I
Ij - - f. Barley=Malt

-I 4ii > .* w JAMES ROSS Two Odd and Clever Method of ChangingI
; I \\- Into Wine I .

J iAN OCEAN TRIP ,, Take two drinking goblets of equal Imported Hops

I j Are size which we will call! A and B, and '
iTCi :. C. Le'Is.]
[Copyright. ty
it ( To NEW YORK, BOSTON !: When Truthful James: Boss nppllel' plunge them into a pail of water, holding Perfect Yeast

tiF/ { I\I'oU ALL K for a position as traveler for the whole. ODEe one upright; the other upside <:own.I ,

4 { EASTERN RESORTSi I: sale! drug house cf Urusli A. Co., Le- I As Kni as lath are completely full of j ji Filtered Water

said of Lirj.-elf: In marriage only when there is equality i! water and not a bubble of air remains j ,

I 1 Via rhe@ >t nniL&ri4. iu "1 urn Truthful Janes Ross. Ian: of health' be the as well basis as of affection.unity in marriage Affectionciaj in them put theia totjvtker, brim to AgeThis -

OCEAN STEA1t t11PCOMVAX1': 1 call'tl! Truthful because: I cannot tell a but the superstructure depends largelyon brim; now, with thvir axes vertical, A combination

lie. I will go oa the road with your the womanly health.Vhen the wifeis l below (the right way up) and H! above makes
ht.1 C.
f LUSTi.E'f: a 0.: r
1 SO Hour of Ocean Breezes goats, tell the truth under nil circumstances tonentedltb backache, distressedby (upside down, remote theist ttrcful-J:
i and
headache, racked by
nervousness
{ ,r:1 Sailings each WeeK f un-1 if 1 cannot do 50 per cent i she has no ambition for exercise or- from the water. Having allowed them

I tie 3 from Savannah Oa. more business than the liars I will ,i I pleasure. first to drip the outside moisture on a l/e//J b

r gladly re-sijni.! I I I Doctor Tierce's Favorite Prescription plate and wiping them dry, jou will

Il jf 'aiir'm'X;i. ' t.,.,.a'" 1I1f'!1....".,"l.,,I.. .'OJ" j Mr. P.ruah had never met with m.'|I I makes weak women strong and sick find! B remains full of 1i1"1.en'n if the "King of 'Bottled Beers." Every bottle is
'I .. .' . .. If women well. It cures headache, backache .
ut !n! i
,:.' x..,, .-...,.."' .".1..I...."I.. ,: ..r* wv truthful drummer before, and, thougha and other womanly ills by curing you displace the brim the least bit so labeled and every cork is plainly branded

I ; ,l ? "I.;'", ,t "sv r, ., little doubtful as to the exp .riment, !|. the diseases of the womanly organism I as to leave visible! a little! thread of "
"BudUeiser there be substitute.
so can no
S FOK ...T1. HCHCIIVl-IOM .0m lll{l><. f he agreed to pie Truthful James a I! which cause them. It establishes rejjuj water, whose function we shall presently ,
J .....,... ." ...t, TO \I i j hint ', dries weakening drains, heals tn- The product of
t :It ,, ........ ..how. In few days the man ) iK.Toei\
\ R 1'M.>rrt., ,, .r,P. ill I l 11_ f a young |:, animation and
., ,. ulceration and cures
1 'JK.I tlhrr" -.ht..1IoL.llla.fl- 'N U: 1.' .l"i:. 4-/a><4l L.....Hi.lM..'U >JGKNKIAI was ready to s-tatt out and from ont i i female weakness. On the foot of P. now place n smaller Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n

+ii, MhC: ,f-r"1 f1R""F:1C1N'ICn 1 source and another'I lime gleaned his ,i i Weak and sick women are invited to ?lass (C) full of red wine, and yon are I

t'' adventures as a drummer. Ie eras consult Dr. Pierce, by letter, free. All now ready to make the wine in C pass : St. Louis U. S. A.

= ; < KII.NCH; cHtaVLt F; put oil a route which extended as far j! and correspondence is held as strictly private Into tin' glass H without n drop of it j i SrebffJ' also of BlacK d Tan Anheuser-S/andard. Pais: I .
t confidential. Address
l sacredly Dr Faust, Export Pale Exquisite. Mlcbelab and Mj; a. .
A. -
fd Toledo but his first enteritis ;
west as objectiveIoiU R. V. Pierre, Buffalo, N. V. I
1 Following i- tae schedule! if the was I'.uff.ilo. The train wLictborp The dealer who offers a substitute for The operation we shall sec; is donblt OANSREISiER: : 1IKOS.. holc.aie Itaim"", ('I'II'U',1.t.; I'

.j ( jrovernim'iitiU-amer General Frencl. linn rend his sample cases hade "Favorite Inscription" does so to gain >: lint it is noce"':iry ,to >gel the I

;jam 't which TIlt: NEWS piint' fur tl: sctrivly roiled: out of the Central depot tie little more profit paid on the sale of wine out of the Miull glass, C; sec-
{ t benefit of merchants w'm! ship less meritorious medicines. His profit is | Foley'* Kijuey: Cure make: the Rubber hose n >"
when TruthtuI James opened his ca ,
1
their the r :uiCiUi
good "
: I army loss therefore substitute. I direa-ed kidney* "nlud1) they will.limit"
44 ; ij 'it o l..: rwr cf viitue and inte-prity. lie 3is, your")Iy wife, ojrameoced accept to no I the! pnini from the Mood.V. \the Willis H'trr "

k 1 '.10&\'"51'.macula ... .. ........ 7iiia.1 m. ('on-rl'l that his follow: pa?senpr was ao." {flits Lewis A. Miller complain, tx.Chief twitityvcars of 'ire. A. D'AleinlJfrte, ViS.\ Palt.lx. I
4 l4 :.eaerHarrs ss. .. .. ..... 7)111m.) n nun who lo\ed the truth tibote, all )'"h..,. J3 Pr.-i< ;,.arrF I'tdtt'U- .' ... ... tiioa. m.s hate tried the 'kill uf tweht deferent doctors. .' ; .{ lcraaoheuL'et",iI I',
+ F L-avr, ndrntrit1tM ..... MIOH.: injt elst! and l.f gave it t-j Lim ct whole: She lOt k Bn'n' of luttitune during the time I .. I ..

-j L'IH' t't'U'ILCO: ... .. ...111.15 ". la. wile r..tf4.He I 1 she wu, ill, until I wrote to you n.1ou toW us I : : :, Pocket cutlery and scissors I YIIU11:: i hn.; -, '
ti 14 Atnv"s H..rr.ull"I' IIi 1m. and then what to du She hat take "
.r eight hottlts of I> : f
}-i S niakitrip '.> I-t Mcliei a.Kt thaw r e- \\si- the "Co:' of I'.ru'-h & CoHe Pierces avcnte PrurripUoa and MX if the r I .; :;; I from the finest to the !1owtrrdeli- of i c

IU torn" to larrmiot. LltlllUt in Il million dollars!: againstMr. 'Golden Medical Ditcowrj',' She can do hero : I own ground. Y 'I:
} llllv..sllarraal\- ..... Iitpi m :i work non and can walk around again audi I .' l .. cheapest at the Willis
ei t l'; 1 4 .l.t-I\\'l"- I'll-llr-lIS ... .. I.J.) p. Ill, finish's experience and certaindiscoA -quite smart. I ;:. ,J : { a home, ii'd i.t ii .
t p'r j'l\v..- IVn-Rcula l:"*> p. 111.Li'IIV. erit-s. lie was mating n trip ii I You can publish this letter if you .i.h. We I : II.... \ Hardware Co. though hp may t
1'ick.f' ... .... '>slo PArnvi "' hate rt't'C'i'td111 benefit that we wish every I IlIfferu ;. ,:. I r'.very woman wai/-:
a'3 }{hrrru\<'ns f.: .1 p m. sad uuiLrt order to have a portonal talk felts i could dun e lhl' same amount of !?oojMy I .. ( j own, and if -he win! .
trip to McUiiixi return n ife'* complaint reemed to be \
i' a clrna'i>ts. One of the discoveries was a cttr'plica .
e )i' On Wediir,.JiVandaturdiy; : the non if di<:8oti-W the duclots said. We will M1IWIKKKY: Thus. C.Watson i: :: ;.' ,1
uiitmir.t which would hail I
i ') an grow I Her remain your tnends. May God utu i
you
"iJarranc'is
J boat wi'l leave VIA Pick I UeaainReul r. .
in There end Icntitute" flIP The underM iie-JtakesthNnu'tliod, -t.c:
r i + o eu-t for Peu{M-ola( at fi50; (p. in. t I: can show her hi'wme.
The nerd French for was a ease of it right before the: mall: I Dr. Pierce's Pellets are the most desirable I JII j 'f :offering her serviceas a .
.
is armpurpo.t' y
!
laxative for I first-jla's
tltlicaleomen.. licensed midwife, tiav-
The luxuriant of hail '
growth
; { y r :! etuly and: any outsider UlUthn eycs. : ,

1 f e a (pads from the quartermastero in Mr. KOJ-S' Lead Lad all grown in I I II j. P l Can inghad! 33 year experience.!
take jiui, jie o i her. seventeen days. give be-t of rifer ices fromuI : Buy ((, new .f'V' ,z .
( Senators Ccnfsr on Coal Strike. j (! I leddiuphyiciati- nf till city.
5 llhal houses had! been cutting thprice from the Willi It
I New York :5E'IJt.St'nator; Quay, : \ .I Ms. \1. OiDDESfoi. ; ( I'p

STEAMER USE SCHEDULEs of soaps, but Truthful James was of Pennsylvania, is In the cityPrretttP t ] Jltf 11-1 Mouth De\'llIitm. !St Company
not In the cut Ills house had its own AY b /
to the Adirondacka. Thu I .
-
factory. It was not t'tuated in thE .1
major remaIned in his rooms at tha j
midst of man-li win-re I
cake of
Betwf-rn IVnsacula! and 'lilton--R.'at a every Ii i
soap iiubibc-d a certain amount of malaria Fifth avenue hotel and $a\v no one until 9 Cores Ctsra; l r'r1:*

Huns Daily Ieptundsy. Senator Platt of New i i i 1 Diarrhoe
nor did it make use of the fat j' York arnved. -
the
f "CITY OF: T.\\1>.\." of cats, clogs, coons possums and i'*>le- : The two then held a long 'i 81 Yf1t1MWd Boxy 1'Chlldmi 4,4-'

cats. His factory was built on a hill-1'i 'conference in earnest discussion of the -=- ;...u. .rte. ( Aids
.
u4' r :{ i.T Milton! ':v lint l.rl'"nsncolal.atpn Digcsti I K ii
t 1' Ar l't'D-I,,.-oa.m: Ar :'11 It UlI.. ii.ii-Jpiii top, kissed\ !by the using! sum and ) coal strike situation. A special session F6! rTCCTHING.POWDERS)! the sow:* str ,

1 litre. 'no.; KounJ triptluo. braced I by the 07.UIIIf the Atlantic. of the Pennsylania legislature I is 'r Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, the Chi d M .

I Tht- fat u"'llI as nil taken from gazelies said to have been favored by both asI I -' TEETHIV I.
t ; 4 20r mill Si nut to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST, lOu
j t MinI'S Idie : : rais-d on the fcrui's own ranch the best method of a MOi
*\ Jslhco.Knovii' securing a st.'ttlc.I I THE WINE IJES.E..IJISG THE WOOL. >m-K'f' D H. UtKnv. s. 'rr.trSi'. \ I
i. t i!:. T-'in H"I't "i. The Pen.tf in :Montana, and every cake was sub j ment. I' und to cmIt to into I hair, fcmn.l l>r.M>ftott TEFTHIV j.: .nJ I rraK.lr sad old e r ,.> I t. .
the ,
penetrate by ..
a. ett
s hiM.
to' u + i ti iv r. u dm: lay !rI us that w u .11 n > .
"l raitte-d to a pressure of 100 pounds TF.F.THIS-rim '. .
it -
t.xla.v -i. < "INIlist 1 Tonnes opiileil.'vvn! K"-'!', U. i ui Y .nyt lira. lh.> i'pr e -- t i
the square inch before be-Ing sent forth I/lctete CIIDIt.t Help Her. I t1 U lay mi hi r-.l-ra'; I' ti-iii- i I In- ,it '. imi '
?PI' foal ioiii'inv: :i-. rot 'ip'-iating! it.- A fiber of t.ipe'btry wool Is dipped,i 11 ujrtID un. In |. ia = .il' .. -i ,.f ) UJlhi.. I I uu 11'I ,! i r i .
i v iir.:,.-,,' at Je.v:!; ? nn aiiounl .if a disas into the world.! Crowned heads used I| "1 had kidney trouble for year," Intj the wine In the upper gl.is C, lrri'd as,. .td. :1.:
it, and entry American aristocrat cried : writes, Mrs. ]Hl\'ll1nnd Conner of
;' cull'nt "R the wage seale quo and the! two extremities! are \left to I _
; for it. I jshelton.i Wash.: "and the doctors
} j1tt that .\boutf.)1 n.en are nut await- hat:;: uutMde. S.xm at each end of (the -
I ttF Truthful James went over Lis route 'could nut t help aie. I tried.It'Y'! :;
J P't' ; I !' f" 1iH a s'tll-mi :r.r This romnany speaking the truth on all occasions i' Kidney Cure, and the very first dose w
i ,, '::11's! iI"or !save me relief and I cured. uf wine, which will grow l.uvi-r andlarger I
t rnii1( and thane! out aiTi' and am now t
forgetting that
i.pvtr I is
a integrity; +it tc
I i is fly! all n..I iD.-t nen The |K>ints ir.. the stepping stone to success, and, I cannot !ay too much for oley's ) till it drops) upon the trait of I r.: |
; Kidney Cure." W. A. IVAlemberte, then ovL-rtiuuing; down the Iks ot tin! '
+ r.'nticiwrsy, Iat.nt he leainod. In tin1: though: !! didn't ll.11iO wIll as he hoped l-'l: iS, 1'jlafox. plas i 1 1Ny 1Y 1r

; I yl t, '. 'IV'!,'tf- sicr.i! *ii'Ms west of the Cam for, le laid the foundations of his':' I

r .'1 i Mr'ami? coal belt there are now about career on a sure and certain basis. Thus the wine will gently creipitoward I I
the brims of the two fa I
; "*;1 Cu out waiting for agreements as to Very few of the 1'1 tall druggists Lad Negro!] Was Slain With Rock, I and l'gl'Tol"stl's j I ,

1'b' 1 .:.t'Y,: ;wags scali-a, aver nut with/ :a truthful drummer. nilvrton Ga.. Sept !5.-Tom Hunter pteatl of cuDtitiuln there, strange its descent to siy.under in- i, '11L I I YjgflP9i.cc :

-{ They were inclined to believe that: l.a<; bffa found dead In the road (
k 1 I) I the action of gravity, we shall se-o it ,
Take Care! ot ill ; >ei)/n>u-li.' Truthful ,Taull's'a!! no better than r"ar Rnckersville, in this county. In-
'S i cnrpinjj upward and sideways l I'I>-1 1tween
re.. I the ttfet. Sum did not hesitate to call estimation developed that
The man or vvoiiiiii who d e digestion : he and Dim the rims of the glasses, until all''

", i N perfect and who-'w tom: chitevtry him a prevaricator, and at the western I Banks were returning! from church the wine has left glass C and gone to $
1I 1'l'rforlll" ftiuction i n terminus of his route he was thrown i and
i ie never i got into a difficulty over' two t- the top of glass I', replacing! an equal

'.. .; sick.: (0\1.,1! c'lHanif: *, ('uriliea and! out of a drugstore body and boots, i I gin women who W"P with them. In quantity: of water which has been j
1 wt't'tf'n" the -toniach ;ind 1 c-tire-! poitivelv -- f"r what was thought to be cJU'k,1
I the difficulty Banks hit Hunter [n the forced out and dripped on to the [Ilatl'XW' i'
!i and |"<-rtn-ttiHitly. -rolt1ch'f : J
but he '
_ wad riot discouraged.) On LUsecond I
breast I II
with York
a rock which Herald.
troubles, indication and ayppM.It trip he found things l.dter,1( caused his '. ,---A I 1.'iO.: --
is the ; i death The -
wonderful reconstructive nf'groomt'n promised i
14c & t.'iiic that j making sickpeople and on his third he was welcomed! as I Banks I i How of the Unite. I
I'r ; > ) muiy not to tell of the difficulty! antll are
I an c-ld fnf.d: ; and found orders alii I FINE WINES ETC.
:.. well !Iud" t>ak people -tron;! ., hI' had time to get aWIton:,-. No profession has advanced morpj I LIQUORS
1 'f by couve-yiiii to hew b-ulit-s all off wm! out for him in advance. I have I i ,
qlJt'.tl the of late thin but ,