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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 8, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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VOL, 37. PENSACOLA, FLORiDA MONDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 8. 1902 NO 95 > ii i

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BOER GENERALS AND LEASE OFBATTLE ,! IMPORTANT PRESIbENtIAPAY !I



ABBEY! CONFERENCE ,M


MR. OHAMBERLAIN! -- ,i SOUTHWARD BOUND ? ;i iNation's


I PEOPLE OF HASTINGS THROWN | EUROPEAN AND RUSSIAN RAIL :


INTO CONSTERNATION BY ROAD AND STEAMSHIP COMPANIES I

Conference With the Secretary for Chief Accorded Enthusi=

CERTAIN REPORTS.Special i TO MEET. i
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l.onUon: Sept| II-A t*wpt>;; in a I London. Sept. 0;.-An important conference -

ttamp has been raided at Hastings i commences Oct. S at Odessa ,I &'
-.iily News: !by report that :\1. P Grace, son of of European| and Russian: railroad and Wheeling, W Ta., Sept. C.-President ; :

Nothing important New York, I endeavorto Roosevelt and party arrived o\'P-.j LEFT BABY
i FOR RELIEFOF former Mayor Grace, of steamship companies in an

....1l issued from thortttTday who has recently leased Rattle Abbey I arrange a through continental tart, the Baltimore and Ohio: at b:4l this I

'. : ) by the .o- t'-ar the Bite of the (battle of Hastings I iff by the Siberian and Chinese Eastern II morning: from Washington. lie was I WITH PREACHER
PRISONERSSpecial grt'ett'1by a vast crowd at the depot !
.J..1 the Boer generals, has decided to curtail the pub railroad. ,
lic's historic The bureau I and smiled his appreciation despite hi, !
privilege of inspecting: the Russian State railroad t
Delarey. There
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edifice. It was; said that admission : will b .y., slight modifications to The Daily News. I was rather badly swollen and cow Special to The Daily News:
would be granted only one dayeach : other governments are expected. It ,
-, ,i,itHned! for the bettle- tus and hs Ittt showed of New AU 8t'6.11.. K '
d eye signs Decatur ,
New York Sept. t>-A conference week, and upon payment of 12 II is believed that many difficulties will :
A f rs ia the annexed tern- of Boer sympathizers representing cents, the money to be devoted to the come up. Sea freights from decoloration. Whitman of this city, btu Just r*

ttY w.ll be in the nature German and Irish societies Greater aid of local charities instead of allowing to Yladivostock hare OdeS53.1 Mayor Sweeney, President I. iughlin ceived a I letter from, his cousin, MiJCllley.

haunts more interest1 New York, Philadelphia, Boston, people to visit the abbey everyday I abnormallyhigh: and the and :Secretary Birch of the boars of J-Awndwsboro. Ala., in whloU I

1 economists than, to the Providence other cities hag been as formerly. The inhabitants of troduction of the Hussian flag law oy of trade Postmaster Hall and Councilman sail relates a thrilling little Incident
and
will r i which both become coastal Wterhousc formed a committee that has never as yM found Its way
iige und even these Hastings were thrown into consternation they pointsas
hid here for the purpose of considering which received the president. The into the 111ns I cmlt'6a's
d.r Mr. Chamberlain shall and one paper went so far as to though they were :situated on the aew.papers
the relief of the foreign soldiersof entire body, which embodied Secretary :
gay: Black sea has a tendency to Keep up
1 vita Lord Milner! Brit-
the Boer army who! are now prisoners "Mr. Grace has evidently lived long freight rates for the benefit of a ring Corteljou and a staff of correspondents "R cently Rev. Mr. Stewart, of Lab .
-.st "U vehicles home from
e entered and were deroro, wac returning on
from
enough In London to be thoroughlyimbued of Russian ship owners protected
laid then
have
,,' insuitatun, British driven to the McLure house headedby of his appointments. li<5 boarded I ,,.
with the principle that .13Egli'hman's outside competition. .
.-f.. ,- U.- cabinet George H. Schrlner, who acted aasecietary a military band. Throughout the southbound train for Montgomery! ".'
house is his castle. One of the chief difficulties In arranging '
,'. 'L',J'. ,1 at yesterday's conj of the conference, said the Associated through Siberia entire route enthusiasm was rife the There was only one vacant feat in the i
Mr. Grace informs the a satisfactory rate ;
., ..' wore than what Lap- only foreigners! who remained in the streets being lined with people from car, and a portion of that one wu : t
Press that no change whatever will and Manchuria is the high cost
:. 'J: the members of the prison camps were thlil Americana western Pennsylvania, eastern Ohio occupied by a fine-looking, well-dre3 1
ffCle'eland. road and Its
he made. When the late Duchess of keeping up the new
4 ..>. a trade or other delet and the Irish. Russian and West Virginia At the hotel the ed young man. who was holding a |
to whom the abbey formerly large initial cost, but the
: of iu particular I John IA Gannon of Providence, R. I.. : chief executive met a delegation of pretty little baby girl in his arms. Th :
the officials to be able to overcome
belonged resided on the estate hope!
'.. ,really vital to the announced that he had some days prominent citizens of Wheeling: Introduced stranger said the child's parents wen .. |
public! was only admitted on Tueh I this and establish rates by which the
t .. '11.5, *o far as their a so cabled $:JUUU to Johannesburg to by Senator -cott President dead and that he hal !been appointed s
day and this tile will be cor4iniii"i j far eastern road will become accessible ,
?.. outbids world are con- to provide for the passage Roosevelt seemed in a very jovial hu to take her to an orphan's homo over r tin
When the Graces are at home the piu to allTRADES1UNION
: admitted to discus- of Colonel Blake and 11 other f mor and joked with his newly made Mississippi.Titn "the train reached -
lie may SK the place on the payment I
., us: were irrevocably members of the Irish brigade now acquaintances He addressed an enormous Calera the young man turned to
of a small sum. Regarding the other i
.>. t ?rm. of peace were there to this country, and that the I crowd from the balcony of the Mr. Stewart and toad: 'I see an old <
rumors that he is desecrating the in-
money was supplied by the Clan-NaGad. hotel standing at the north west corn fiend of mine out there I want to I
tenor of the building, Mr. Grace Mid:
i h which the Boer gear He also stated that the men : .-r where he had a range of four speak to. Would you kindly hold -
"It is all quite absurd. Everythtnjemains : CONGRESSSpecial
'lidinDerlain: to maker at Ragamo, Ceylon, and others confined I different staU-g. the baby until I return?' Mr. Stewart
as It was. All the ancient
important to indl-! In India had beta provided for He spoke long beyond his scheduled did as requested. .- .
features of the building inside and
actally to land own- and that every Irishman who had i time, which necessitated the curtailment "l-atcr Mr. Stewart looked out the ,
out, will be preserved. \Ve are only
;>-iratively small im- fought for tht Hof-re. now prisonersof to The Dally News of the regular program.At car window and saw the young man ; ;
putting in electric lights and, bath'3.There .
rank and file in Engi war. would be attended to by the whJeplac.e. London Sept. '6.-The trades union the conclusion the party reentered Boarding an outgoing Louisville anj t J i
was not a bath in the
:oe who through 11.trwiii Clan-Na-Gaal so that the other soci- ." congress, at its final session here to the train of carriages and were Nashville train, and before anything; t z '

-. *, are directly ties In sympathy with the Doers would day re-c'lc-ctfd Sam Woods: seen tav. driven over a route of the principalthoroughfares could be done to stop him the train t s ,

,rh Africa. have an easy task in providing for and reappoint R. E. Edwards, >f I of the city. The decorations pulled off and Mr. Stewart had the j "

.- brt-dhing of pre('*- the rest of the American citizens. The MURDERER SAVED I tne Miners'! Federation, and! M. were of an elaborate and festive baby on his hands He took the baby :

S l.odll1n..r and :in- amount spent in this work by the I dale, from the United Machine -\rra:1-1 order. All along the route vast to his home, where it was cared for t i

Liberals of Cape Color: Clan-Xa-Gael was over $7,000, and FROM ; ers del< ;alps to the congress of crowds cheered the president to thee awhile and later Mr Stewart got Let
NOOSE
: >t may safely be lard more would be forthcoming if the necessity American Federation of Labor. The <'ho. The party was driven to thesouthern in the foundlings'/: home. Nashville .' J

.mtlt rlan! might ea'ly!' should a 'ise, I congress passed a resolution express: portion of the city where the T -nn,, where she now IS. : t : ,

ill the generals asked I ins sympathy with the Amf'rlc'an0.-:'- Baltimore and Ohio special was boarded Mr :Stewart and his good wife art '. \
,' however, involve! ?o Special to The Daily Nvs'ev : inl1m.m in resisting trusts and railroad and the trip to the south contn.u : thinking of artoi/tiuj the child how'i i.

within wuoels! that tht.re GOBER FOR .\ York. Sept f; -Xtwnpajwrs of presidents. d. ;tv...." S i\ !

likely to be protracttpnU this city areommenting on J. run- Th* resolution expressing !ympa- '

that will! combine aonromiaP = SUPREME BENCH ous affair which has just taken phu'.i, thy with the American miners! also TEDDY, JR., SCATTERS SHOT. CONVICTS GRADING

!1 ,' as is ('unsister.1'inpi cables the Ru..nos'r correspondent urged furnlshirp them with immediate II'

rial dignity These of The Hi-raid A murder I financial support. Another resolution Gun Goes Off Accidentally, Injuring

f f'Ollr-land undramatic dr- named Juan Rodriguez was sentence- congratulating! the Tin Plate One of the Party. THE ROAD
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Special to The DailKews. ,
tf T '.- i''I i'"t cnt*.r into the rf k- to death by the tribunal at Men.losvThe Worker of America 01 "rl'! (

i >: .n' Ti.ai:; -h public, ivhoae im, Atlanta, Sept 'i-- (!'I\'t'ruor C'anll governor: of the place would reduction of 5 I per cent in their wades ( of the hunting party of Northwestern '

J, her''i-..n uinisually fired! bv last night appoint JD!!.' George FGoht'r. not pardon the condemned man and by the trust?" and pxprPipd the hope I railway officials, of which special to Tim Daily News: t :
of Marietta succeed Judg-1 Raleigh, N\. c., Sept fi.=The state 'I
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of
r rn.l.iY'1 ronft'rl'n"t1l.- I he execution would have taken placeon I that i-vvrvthing; would be done to prevent Theodore Roosevelt. Jr.. is a member (
i f.-ii ilily brought home t.iflntli'shman Hal T. Lewis OB thlIIUllremt.' IW ('h. i Thursday except for a dispatch | unfair c-om.titi.n in the wage came mar being marred by a serious has now 300( convicts In Mitchell county .
t Although the appointment was df I !grading the South Carolina and
>:f' the end of th which apparently name at the last mo- !i rate of the men on both sMos! of the accident
.' visit of the Boer generahirberlain's furred until last eight Governor Cun ment from President Koca roro.n- i water I A gun in the hands of young Roosevelt Georpa railroad (lately bou/bt by Uu ;

: '. : office, and i'.! i ii diet practically! decided on it earli Tin mending that a pardon bp granted. i'|i was accidentally discharged and Southern) from the Tennessee line toward )1

i -"Im: are magnified out of the day and to those who stand When the president !hvned of ih< I. a part of the charge pierced the clothing Marion, where it will! strike the i! 6

"r The Rritibh govern I closest to him it lot not come in th- pardon he denied having sent sun SUIT FOR $75,000 of A. C. Johnson general traffic Southern' line to Ashrville J ii'

L__ \ the IJners all! It can in nature of a surprise. a 11i :ntr'h. I"i>on investigation it manager for Minnesota and the Dakotas The convicts were marched from si I f I

}9 -in th< ir cn-oporation In While! at no time did Judge Gober was developed that the message wa and tore away his coat on the I Marion to a point 4i miles distant and ''II tin
l state. i> >e&ly that he was a candidatefor .Illo DAMAGES 7 miles of the Tennessee 1 line, 1
iii rt of the new regime, i sent by Dr. Riva, the president's left side Fortunately, none of the
!M t'l.'M is a good! ei/fMl storm the ap|>ontnent. his friends have sin and private secretary, who sip;nef I shot penetrated the skin and the affair and there the first f'IUUPl1Li estab- ; 1 }! i
: been in close (communication with (sbed. Good progress i i. being mad 1. :
i ont the Doers of Tape his father's! name to the mtssaK" I did not Interrupt the hunting i I
: ':" i'' end Rhodesia and among; Governor Tandler ever since It was H@ said that lie did so In accordance Special to The Daily News. I ROMAN D'AURIGNAC LOCATED.Man ia grading. The heavl.st part ol I ; !

i i tridents of the South Afl first learned that Judge Hal Lewis to: the re
\l ',,, '. over what i is termed would rr'sin: and they have urged Senor Concha Subercaseaux.MAGKAY'S $75.000 damages against the California Concerned In Great French Jew.el to be done The stattt has 40 cox J i Ii t

i: w'' i: :n'f'rnmpnt'anxl'ty to that he would be named. Raisin combine has been begunIn Frauds In Brazil. virta building a turnpike from Wllk'* r.
Governor Camiler had the United States circuit Imro to Jefferson: and GO; are cutting I I "
repeatedly court 'in- .
\ pity and aegrecsion.: ; 0r.I'nr.'a \ New York, Sept 6 -U is reported
!j 4; premiers recently sat.i stated that he would not name anyone WIDOW der the Sherman anti-trust law. The that Roman D'Aurignac and Fred- timber for the Goldsboro Lumber com t!

,"'ntlth'A of the Associated for the ad interim term who wasa complaint alleges! that the plaintiff Irk Humbert, who were cHar! ':d with pany's great sawmill at Dover. The 11 1 t
candidata for election before the FILES PETITION the United( States Consolidated Raisin : having ben concerned in the great others with the "xception of 80 In I 1 \

. !L 't' 'i'lain 1 I" mor scared people The general Impression seemed company, of New York granted ii- ': jewel frauds in Francs have ben liv- the penitentiary here, are on the state S :

f r-. c Eolith African loyalists to prevail for some days that Jud
; .ftl bv the noers. With such would make the race. and in Special to The Daily News. the companies !in the combine to use cables the Moativideo. Uruguay, correspondent t' ,

f Tcvs'ling! it I Is obviously this account he wa thought/ to hava San Francisco,* Si*ttPt. &.-A petitionfor Its patent seeding machinery on a of Tne H< ra.id. It Ii said That you ray for extract* I is important i

} for Mr. Chamberlain 1mr. been eliminated: from considerationfor letters of administration with will royalty of 1of 1 cent a pound on D'Aurigcap arrived here a month ajoH but what you get for your ,.

t wiirc. any Important conthe appointment Early yesterday! annexed has been' filed! on the estateof all raising handled. This yielded n''' was' accompanied by a woman money U; ten time more important.

t.tl r TJIE'fII. even though morning however Judge Gober calledon John W. Mackay: deceased' by Mrs. profit of more than $10,000 last year, J He went under the nam of Hilton run-in >('n I'nnilla colts more because t t

pinUa the justIce of their: Governor Candlor by special appointment Marie Louise Mackay. the widow>> an.! I but BOW by rAason of the combine I and said he was a Boer. On AUf 12 worth more.JEWELER.

and stated emphaticallythat Clarence H. Mickay. the on. The petition the companies refuse to pay the 11.\\ ha wag joined by another Eaa, wEo ; '

, he was not a candidate! before the statts that the estate la California cenfs and th damages resulting! are was known as Dreyclnet. About a IN HIS '

people and would not he. This statement consists; of a one-half Interest wtlmated at $ 5OOO which, under the I week later they came to this city and

, GAUGED' THE removed any doubt that Governor In property valued at 125000. The anti-trust Uw, must be trebled If teen set out for the Brazilian frontier.

Candler may have haJ and the late Mr. Utckty deeded moat of his I awarded. They probably are low living In Bra NEW STAND '

, appointment was practically decidedon property It this state ulT prior to Eli.

PRICE OF GOAL at that time. hill death, I CHEAT i ii Dr ycinet Is believed here to h I II
. I LYNCHERS I Frederick Humbert I I have moved my Jewelry: store to .
, 1 I'j-nj-HaM Relieve flight Away -- i I 120 South Palafox, formerly occur
I A Wild Hide For Life. i ,
sod mak.o a ai eedr wd otcoato and tllJ.i. Boy's Bags) & Co., and am now I
) Daily X ws. -- -- -- -- With family around expecting himto HANGMANSpecial i iI I A Certain Cure for Dyoentery and pied by

. '. Ga.. Sept. 6,-A combiroarVftpd CONCERT AND DANCE AT die and a son riding for life, 18 I Diarrhoea. better prepared than ever to give I
r t by the coal deal- MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY: miles, to get Dr. King's New Discovery I :"Some years ago I was one of a great bargains in diamonds,watches,

. '. ,: "-'..11 they determined to raise AT 8,8:30 AND for Consumption, Coughsand to The Daily News' I party that Intended making a long jewelry, etc. Call and eee me and
. t1. NIGHT. TRAINS : Cold W. H. Brown of Lee bicycle trip" says F. L. Taylor, oft
tla if coal. It was decided 9. LAST TRAIN RETURN AT ville, Ind., endured death's agonies Omaha, Neb'r.,' Sept 6. A K himlr- t New Albany, Bradford county. Pa let me convince you. -

. to :'tta! should go from J6.DO:; !! :>). TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT from asthma, but this wonderful er, Wyo.. special says It 13 reported 1"1 was taken suddenly with diarr J.i. STEPHENS. \
. r ''.at Alabama coal should medicine gave instant relief aid there that John J. Kel! r, the condemned I boea, and was about to give up the I
r .! 11 Iii DEPOT. cured him. He writes : "I now I trip when Editor Ward, of the 4
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to who have
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SASTA ROSA night. Laceyvillehleaacngrrsnggestedthat
. It :'wild! advance the THE sleep soundly every been executed yesterday, but who ob- 3f
same Colic While and
as \ ESTABLISHMENTBathing marvelous cures of Consumption, i I take a doe of Chamberlain's dietetic value. refreshing
. e ,""i: coal They say their St'lnrHlSG- Pneumonia Bronchitis,Coug;,Colds tamed a stay of execution wia tai: Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. 1 pleasant to take, it helps assimilation ,;"\
. r-t:[ of the strike. in the warm gulf waters Is and Grip prove its matchless; merit ea froa the Jail at Lander and lynchK I purchased a bottle and took two of lood. Sold byDANNHEISSER .
in the for all Throat and Lung troubles. last night. No confL-matloa can I doses, one before starting and one on
.. conceeded to be the finest with Guaranteed bottles 50c and 100.. be obtained because of the ttataac the route. I made the trip successfully : BROS.:
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1 NER world. Everything pleasure Trial bottles free at W. A. D'AIem- and never felt any ill effect
.. em5t SALVE, safety. Good board and lodging, by. berte's drug store, 121 South Palafox. i i between the two point! Again last summer I was almost Fo/ey's Kidney Cure '! '
healing saM m th.q worldot' the day or week. Luncheon promptly I completely run down with an attackof
served at all hours, day or night. at almost cost for the Grass Shears that will cut dysentery. I bought a bottle of makes kidccya and b1&d4u rilht. t

7a .' ,dies skirts and waist CHARLES H. BrRT.ox, F F'ul 't fire next 60 days to make close at the Willis Hard' this same remedy and this time one ,}
f 'penalties. Star Laun- 2m-tf Manager. room for new stock. dose cared me." !Hold by all drug- BaUuni from the TtortbernTOo
a !", Try.the NEWS Want Column. 0. M. Pryor. ware Co's. gists and medicine dealers. II'InrIa -P3asan4tui.rtaacararat>oa1'u; '

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: : ,. I ASIA PREVENTIVE.Take a tablespoonful every two hours until it acts on the bowels and then take only enough to keep
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ff;;. I FOR YELLOW FEVER---Take the first bottle in two or three doses within an hour's time; then take a tablespoonful every hour j
:,'t (;:) until the second bottle is used up; then take one tablespoonful every two hours until the patient has recovered. The medicine may l;r
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;. i'<;!i.' FOR TYPHOID FEVER AND SMALL POX-Take medicine as directed for other fevers but do not allow patient to eat any solid :;,i
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I I "DAT FOOL GAL" Advice Age brings bowels to infirmities v.ic'the;I kidneys, Aged.such and as sluggish blad.- i REBELS ROUTED BY Don't Treat Symptoms_ ;': J.I I Iii I1


dee and TORPID LIVER.. (
}JB O' Go after the cauA;;'. Stimulants and cathartics will never cure Indigestion. II

[Original GOVERNMENT TROOPSFierce They may temporarily relieve the system but the next meal clogs it again. The .

"*0 > ro pllj rilled on this plantation. food should be digested. Tbe nourishment health-strength H coataia- I ii

UId," '" utt's Pills should be appropriated-absorbed by the system. i

.. Engagement Takes
ar I rabid on th* plantation'N'o. DOL I

OffEMAN --:lh. I war raind; on a plantation i idou Place } ear Caracas i Children

: in Oforjry.; ; have stimulating a specific the effect bowels on,these causing organs them, i purifies,cleanses,strengthens and sweetens the stomach. t I I

King of all Bottled! Beers." How did: you hnppon to drift into to perform their natural functions aIn FIGHT T n pi p yak This new discovery digests all classes of food and asalita L r, 'II
LASTED FOUR HOURS
from Bohemian Hops. youth andIMPARTING the stomach and digestive organs assimilating and; J
Brewed \ir iaY'i1uv |
; VIGOR transforming it into the kind of nourishment that Is I I
SOLD EVERYWHERE. I happen to lrif up into \ erginey -:i -- Minister OH taken: up by the blood and fed to the tissues throughout : J
Bowen
Informs State
? lIars a story I don't like to i to the kidneys bladder and LIVER Depart-l the variousorgaus of thebdy. Kodol cures indigestion 'I

tell. I'' They are adapted to old and young. ment of,-Clash Between fa fiffinl anddyspepsiathus removing the cause of stomach I I

troubles Kodol rives such strength to the body thaH
> WILL RESUME WORK. A t-hinins pitre of silver I diers an'd Revolutionists-Noise of I
:; overcame it is invaluable in all wsting: diseases. > )
outeu me. e wi.r !hot sich big" foolwe -, I ,
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I thetl.rkys objections, ami with a sigh Combat Heard at Legation. "I wish to think yon for what Kodol baadone for me." writes CllftonGlrton.Collett IDA .
L-oultln't k" 'p a'ant""Julius "1\curcd me of dypepia after WnealtrltdKodoIltbelMdnn *
;(inauvha and New River Ue enrnWng ell" had fuled. r
; ;; !\c the folluwiii,; eii>trii-nce: Utle Tom Parker wasn't I light away. I cheerfully rwommpud It." I

Practically Ended. You scv. sabhon de vih broke Washington. Sept. 6.-Mr, Bowea j Kodol Digests What You Eat. ... I
"
\\ Yd. Selit.The: out I bvlonml tI" in killotl.Vot United Slates minister at Caracas, has: Prepared by s:.C.DeWIU& Co.Cht-ago. The!l bottle vonulni2% times as much (by artoal '. 1 ,
: on plantation I yo know 'Iwut dat: I lak to I the
trial
'' -I,kl' in Ihe Kanawha telegraphed the deimrtnitnt of state measurement as size which selU for 50c. I
,I Goorcy l.it done know Y
tole jo' 'bout I ,
: DeWIn'S little the famous little liver pills f.>r blltousnew or IConstipation.
Ii .tit, involving 15.000 that an between the UrlIlsers
war a joims; ; i.ipsah. but my ole manse I "I know all about it. I'm Tom I I IParJ.c.r engagement nvolutiouiots safe tboroub. They never grip,. I
: ..- 'teen in existence and goverunit-nt troops OPcurrvd -
. done trk coiiMil'able conference into myself. John Sheppurd.Hargis': Pharmacy Sidney Kann.WE I
.1 !1at an tnd. yesterday on the mountain just .
"y(, ? Yo' Marse Tom? To spec ;
'. i I. .-rue-ted to go me, if one ilay l.e put his ban' on my"Lciuld.h beyond the American _ _ _ _ J
legation -
me to !b'Hove dat Manse Tom war alt I lasting .
i.:... l 1I't terms i>1)s- an' said: .tain boy" four Lours and resulting finally in th<; .
.. I'm off to do wah If you want a nice present to give Try of celebrated I
'Julius pwinc one our
.jtd to the action cf "So he was Today he is over fifty j i rdutof the revolutionists. to a friend go and look throurh the I

:Several: of the larg- an' I Ion be P'1U' tiS s an' do rul'hjD: 'enrs nit!." The LOJEO of combatas hoard distinctly elegant line -uitable articles at n. % S. Felt Mattresses.

lie XPW River field: in jo' car'. I'ze -watched yo' car'ful "ro' tl<> I.' wd. Marie Tom, Low yo' at the legation. J. I. Stephens, you *urtly can find I They never pack or grow

wth their m.-u anTi I !ie'llI''u' war u pickaninny an' than hab growrd! something: to please YL u. Jf you I Better than hair t

I ld-r ui 1 tN-r wot's ETHAN' ALLEN UXCOLX. Prctene. want anythiag in the D.anioud line lumpy. a
U on }Ion<.la}. Xoiieen ain't no ;;srali M-C >
'' i 5e sure" to see him before you buy. mattress at half the price.
granted and put
iaudjx>lt.t, the eUiKt I t-ouie tui-U, 1 ijHi.to fuiJ all safe, c* i I "r'r tlIling" In play. Crown J.opll' Jlarston )' Oaina..) p
Small' stttchetl the left do it In dmd earliest anal will Cent for .
,I ire, the men return- I spit' to find j o' a doad uLj: ..ah.' !I po< fcrts on If you want a good Bed
front of sl-irt walst-s are very chic months to back up a silly\ iirvteiise. a
ame rate as before "I war iai :ht' proud lo be talked to stead or a nice Gnu for the
I
that know is
:ii' In lat way, an' I riz my hau', s), an'say 'o to Marxton
The new idea !n duintvv ill'''''s trim- al.I. foolish and unfair. Atchison! Italy, $ i.'1 uvity here among 'Marsc du Yanks'll! hab to walk I
Globe. ( like i w Star Laundry.
ui.np: (f !il5itS of ril.bou fringed and i itnmmcil )uiiza's.TY. I
: .ng ready to start : I
olvr lead body bc'fo' dey Injure
may with narrow 1:11''htII I't>f>f !WIllltMl TO IlllllKMINP Sl/B. I.
',% ill 1! stop now, anli a ha'r o Ie lu-ad ob llii ti>s or de chili i II I I -
\\ <>n<1 must: Lave a monocram on ":
bad
"I !had trouble:
i itam employment ; kidney st> : ,
IPII.' 'I. the siiirt waist sieevft! the most efieotle -ays J. J. Cox of \"all."ipw.. Ky.. '
Most of the
strik- TH N NVI' 'RANT }t !
i' it will soon be "Mars? Le went ridit away, an' 'II plan is to select! a butchers Lion: "that I could not w..rk, my feet were LUMN .

,
with the all swollen to and I
': bur injstlf dtvjionbible to' de safety ob shirt waist monogram; in iiumeiiie wu- '
'n m went out under do fambly. I bud it all \l C'J: to : white.Uoetbs. confined to my l>.-d and phy>-iciall' : ;1

iiing.iSPERSES were unable to sjive rie aurtlitf..
hitch de hussi'S an' to put de plate' an' !:. and bows of plain sntin doctor -
My finally prt-.cnbfd Foley'-
STRIKERS. jewels In lie l 'rridc an' riLe Via all :: or peaii tie! bole ribbon ere in the lead I Kidney Cure which made a well TIME TABLE.

away at Jo f u-t t-ir11 ol./\11 uk:;. I mouatpd !I for irni nt-iitiiig; ill\ sorts of muslin man of me." \\. A. U'Alemberte.
!1'ocliSlII an- of infinite! nlri.t> of 121 K. Palafox. !
Nonunion son.uu Je uicf ilis an made itickcts LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
:d to Interrupt colors: an-l iitlju-tmeut.
I I:>; Et't'tCT JJECEMBKK I, liI'l
Men. cuti-n Vm fo' to gET" warniu' ar I -
Tor ox.lnebs and a fresh npjxsirance

!1'.1 s ept. C.-The minHudson. war a tool iii!;:gah gal ou de plantation I 1 nothing conies quite t" to the l.iwu HAIR PARKER'S BALSAM New Orleans. and Mobile.
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': where a an' 1 war mUht'; stuck on her. Cue :| stntlsvitli ends rt'ady.to uc in. a Clfnrt and bf&uutitt th. hair.Pruniotfrt .H'I, I
t Iniunant jrrowth. So.t, NO.4. I So.:!, No.8.I No.1. No.8.7l. .
: ',x .i non-union work- night hitsay to me: Julius, dar Is a smart bow; mot of these are nirked ::- $over Fttl to Beetore Or'y I : a U:15 m 11:05 p Leave .... Pn.aooia..Arrtve 6no a I 4ll p 9:1)0 P

j i J'. !"Iwe II Taranaskl. dance goiu" ou In Uc holler an' I wantto I and have lice: Lttle; turnover olktrs -- IIAir.rmip to it'I..wm Youthful.it& hair Color.t&Uuig.jt I $:at a %::!1 p I 1:41t a L.tavn_.... 'Iomatoo ..... I.Pave 2:53 a 2:$) p 7:24 p
S t :_ ".arJ(1"jat JVru, '-t* 11:00 a '::I'lp 2:55! a Lpave.. ._ Ioblle .... Leave 1:3In't I2'I5n aoo p
Jl .;ht by a mob, was go.Vill }o' tfk me?' I toTe luT I For a jwmp pill's eu'iimj: frock __ ., -'=- __";:!:JpI.Il1 I : a _1.save N w_-!'rI.'ans- Leave- __tto p_ _7:95 a __

:,,1 Sheriff Jacobs, dat dcre rar reports ob Yanks comin nntliiiii is il.iijtii-r or moie effeefxethan \VEEIIL: y-HCIIKIJUl-.li- North.I .

i :..-r of deputies west fumt1.I1.ta an' I war 'bk-oged tOwatch. (tmhroiilere) l nnii-lin, the \\nsi SI

I and tmihwl with bertlri of FOR STEAM DIVISION '. .. I ?.o: ,
; their arrival, dat foul gal fo' cut low No,2. ,0. o. 1 No.8.1IO.ip
upon 1'0)o know ,
.... .
mn I 1l pm Leave Pensacola Arrive 4uopm: 6:00am
iii,t gathered on the once fouu' a l.iggaim! foul lin her owns lace: the old fn&hhnwil tamlmur lace, ;, l.t \COLA KLKCTllICTKHMIHAjKA1LAVAY: 1\:15am 1I:51pm AtrIs'.. .. !ontgomsry ...I.tave 1II\am! \I:8.\plll
or the ever attractive valencieunts.Curos 11:'>\1 am1:41'1 pm Arrlv.-... flirmirighani ...II'av !:2i3: a m 4:0p( m
<'lt. Mie besu.idtxl ine to tck her lo COMPANY.Trains .:'15 p m SlJ a m Arrlv" .....:-1 b\"JlIII .....I."ve .... .. _
threatened! at the 2:5): am ":11" m Arrive... Loul5vlll.. .m.L..ave 8Hi p m 2:45 a m
dot dance. leave Fensacola for tte LllSliKaron 1:21am 1l:5c' "m Arrn.e..l'Inclnoall..LpBVIl 1I'I'pm 11:15pm
the Ltbigh Valley "De sun war ikla! in de mornin' Hpimrrlia*I "!' 1 it" Iung' Kg ISayoa. Warrmgtoa Navy Yard I .: )Ism 1:81p m .o\rrlv.. rMI.I.oIII' ..1,1"8 1 4:1ipm tii.\pm
I and Fort Barrano** at -
-r morning. A mim- whui we started fo' do plantation. II "Several v *ar* since. my lUll;!" : PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
I ? Ia
tort ktarraacai
tIII" m.arrive at : t
.lu-red to interrupt knowol hcfrod de touti' were so badly affected that I had at Fort Karrancas 10:4M.n
I
Fut fins M. 11):00 a.m.arrive So. 21-aly So. 3-1)all I So Hop wJt'rl' utile not bo'll'n So. 2-lIally No, ::-DaIiyiTns I
11 l on their way to many ln-inorrh'igp*, write* A. 1:t :p.m.arrive at Fort Karranoas I:45 pa
still an' turn de dirt --
I
,rifTs hurried! to the ob a bu le. Flop Ake of Wood, Ind. "I took treiit- 8.:>0 p. m. arrive at hort Barrancaa 4I5p it : pm 7-1t1 a rn L.\ .. '.. P.'nacoia .......Arrlve loM pm 11:811 pm
color ob a ntesah when tie blxwl, ;goes: ment with several phyiciana without .,:IS p.m. arrlvcai Fort Karrancaa TOAp 2: i 12:15 nIght 1:18" .. Iob..r.1I.. ...... 10:37 8iei "
,il I the crowd. I ,.:lJ\)p.m arrlvna' Fort Barraacai 8:40: p.D I Il: ') 1 14 ... .. \'ntetra ....... 10H4 If 1I)1) I'19el
!., OUteu his face. I 'poareU to see marse any benefit. I tlientarted t<> Trains leave YoU Karr.nc* for I-ai& 7:1 t .. ... ..-.}cal1lbl"" ....- 10t 11:1)1"
wis. of the rnited when he let' (,' fambly ia my ear', an' takeF'ley'Honev; and Tar and my oola at l: 55 1.15 i ..... u_ .MuItt .......... 1ast If ':JS'
:10 came here from I lung* are now a..; ound ia 'i bullet.\ 7I.It.m arrive at H-nsaeoIa ... ".OU al1 I:! iii. .. 7:1-i If ".. ..... harp ..... ..... 10tl If 'Ii*) p
he war n-pointln' his finder at 111,. at I'ensHeola...__._11.45 p.a i I! Si, 1M" .........G..lt City .(....... 'a 1015" 6:11"
rpcoininend it in i.lvancedtige: 1I\.J m arrive
had another I p ..
.1 eon. 12'1" ...... .. .MItOn .. .. If
Pensacola....._ isBp.a 73 I'JI' I atI1
-s.lrnt: Mitch*'11, lIe I Den I forgot all 'Ixmt dat fool pI an : of luiiL' trouble." W. A. D'Alem- 6'iO 2nOp') m ni arrive arrive at at Penstu-ola ...... 6:45 p a liIQ am..... .. ......Uoott: !,-oge ..... ...... .. .:116"
her In de middl- ob de road siu' berte, 121 :S. Palaf.ix. 7.00 p.p m. arrive at Pensacoia ....._.1.45 p. IM": 8:15" ........... Hllts .. ... 55.5 ':I\'J"\:
i "'Illtll.Ciu arrlvti at FeQ5iool.___ i:8U p'm'atnrdayi 2 a'\ 11.$1" ....._ :l1I1Illao ....._ 8: .:11"
II-f' faa' as ray logs could carry me to S::4 5 p. m. only B 2t1" I4a't ........ Cr..btvl..w......_ PB"I I ':118:1 \) '
I' 5-5d If ........ilesr Laud ....._ !IM" I it's. "
'!'ds Withdrawn.VV '1aitati.'it. Ou de way I met one Foley's Hon?y and Tar FAtE KOS WFEK DAYII.ua3i'1la I 8a": V:11 II ...... Moy /I..d ..,... 14::4) II I 11" "
\.1.. Sept. ( .-About oh d.! nJirgahs wot I had out on picket \'(!! to Yon Rarrancaaand rstorn ii ..ml If 1lI.j; II ..1)eFunlakpringL. 1.1:1'1.. I !:.'i II I
cures colds preterits pneumonia Pen!:>cola to Navy Yard and retora.._. BNTenaaoola 4:1'1" \IH" -....-.... Argyll' ..... .. 7H" I 2:111 "
:p"i>: e striking miners rpioilav -I runuia fo' all he war worf, an he tulentc to Palmetto Be&oh and return litSDSDAY ';H' (': 7' ... Ponce d" I.eon .... 7:2' j 2:111 If t I
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_
befo' to ICHEDUDK, 11:00" 1.:10' We81vllle 1:17": 1:1i5"
in Ue night
in the Norfolk anlaMiiK he had come COXCEIir AX) DAXCIAT: 6\M": 1':15': .. ..,_ l'.r'I"" ....._ If 1U" I :.w IIIi I
'. a total of 2.500: to r.tpr'ay -. warn me dat Marse Sherman's bummers Wben wHuibsr perm.ti the running o 01 II 1":101': .._...._.Ronhfny........... .. 1I:1i5" I. 1t7 "
MAGNOLIA HLTFF rHTRSDAYXIOHT. open cortCbos.Lcavc II:'.' If 10.7 II ......... tblple1: .. ..... If 11:37" I:1" If
I'. \'.-. mornin! All! war a-oomiu', a. -holiJ) de hole TRAINS AT 8. S::3II AXD Peniasola. LY Fort Barransaa.m. 'I IIS) 117": ..' ..Cottood"le ....._ u 11:1'1" 12:3,1: nooa
hnvf b..en withdrawn Jore moufs an' ( 10 I. m. 7'k) II 1I: '5" .-...:'>Iarl"nna ........ 11:4.) If It:.. ..
j.r.3 kcntry iuto 'pacious 9 LAST TRAIN RO TPHXAT: 11 .. m, II m. 1:80" 11:4.5 II .. .....Crpr..M .. .... 5it'I 1" 1I:11i am
oaT! mire j.ujperty.ilners J1ua'. iley would be at Ue plautatlon bcfo' AT II', m. t p. m. I 10"' lIj:! ...,...(;rand Ridge..._. II 5'nJ II 1I; ':! "
: CEXTK
.11:50. TICKETS iJ .. . "
Ip.m 8p.m.e I 7al 11:115) noon t-In..a.h 5: I" 1.1iI.I'i
fam.hcs:
aren toJty '
da3 light.i DEPOT. S11 p.m i H:15 II \rrl".Ilv..p.IocttouI.P.vP: 5:1'1" 10:5): .
.- t'iu't.: tents on ths I "I jbt thought ob dat fool gal wot 4p.m p m.Bf.m. I
Ii
ep.m.e
'.o' -, :'nfo the I i
eompan wLar -
got luu away from de put: rum p. m. fp.tn,
,"1 ri r.a i :irr.iv valleys from I DEPARTMENT
put me. an' I thought 1 would Lab a BAD p.taK POK SUNDAY II
: :'.. \ \ur<> evicted since thin ?I ,' t'eciacoiato o.-t 51arraacas Navy
tt. Dero had been pl*>nty time fi tar!!. and @ ttt I -'I-
i.. -'" :Many miners are to t'tattaola to Palmetto eaoh and
,. : me to git do fanibly an' Ue plate "n' rttirL_______ ill

1 -' I ir i- the[full strike.employing Uuainesj more! de Jewels away an' hire 1 war dam BLOOD No f-elebt elv..d after 8:11 II. m John B. Stetson University j

: in' lak tie fool uifjgah war. 1 wi'1II1"! 1 1I
I or: will lj. fully resumedStr.ers "<" ('.IIO'TH do nIl rlBtmrd lor thptttd T3o Ijn.ii.cl TMoi-ioin.
war dead. Den I went on, an', -oii art J.ru.j v' n.lerfi 1. "I I hav ttundii
,I wi In' to a rise In de groun', I saw lie tiui ,i .vare' -i, t 'akii_ tl..-i. inni .JOIIX 1".1..OltBII'll I) l-resnlpni ALr.KHT.J. "',\11:It III, LIi. n.. Dean
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--- t' ',a. '111110 1" \ ; t'ii" i h imn '
Miiukt!. When I Rot to de plantation, pr ,Ttj w> ...lurli, 't. il r U 'I.. n 1 .very Pall Torin ( '()IlIilItIIt'"iVe.I 114''lta) Of ffil.i-r I 1M'J.(
Ouiet .. .
.
at
Tamaqua. I Ira) i ick 5.M..U K -LLl.KL.II' 1'euttPleasant That Made
I foiin' dat little Maoe Toui" TWO *i' KAIts' t'"Tt"E-Th.. Law Department of Julia I H.t..t),on Cnlt'.Ullyll1'el
'il I'-i ?cpt. G -Fearinsunld atwo-veais' courw. -a.lin>:! t.. H,,- d."isrft- nf 1.1.. KI
''11 be made to stop I -Hold on! What was jour ma.ter'name' .-. js; CANDY I !MKUKKK: : AI)MITiT<> fll IIi.;: \I It-Th.. diploma of the Law In-p-irtment' of John B.
:" THARTIC f I Sti'tmm I'in\i) 'iiiit\! a4m .'I'i men in the Pantherm AnNHtl R r A&MV H UTHI E:It I IM-oKM!IIo.. --l-or th> Law Annoinc.ii. m of l'!"i.-.t: .uild all other de-
hl'urkl'r-Colond ParUr. slrciliiifijrmittiou rrgiirdinK: tli- 1.sw l loptr1nItlt.a.tro..
\ : > K-ng: to work this .
4Ju ('IL" AI.BKIU' J. 1o'AlIL\H: Dean of Law D 'purtment,
\, > .1' flea: Lardt sent com'I'l -
"1 foun' little Mai.se Twin fou'tw DC Land. Fla.
0iiii.nt. out on pa n f -
rifle at Ii.! -
I y'ars ole had fired bis

,' \',1 hOlll:11.m ''<'a streets number thfr of' I ranks"Kille an'him dey<;"bad i hot him dead"l VICTORIA ,1 Tulane University of Louisiana. !

i 'uiue. The Plillad.i !-
I mrtin sure. I Fade po' liti'ccrllter i I
J.\ DE BY ACME BREWING CO.
I Tnntf 0'tM l)o rTow' OilomiH.EDWIN .
Pnlatuhiii Potent
j( i I PI. company has Issnod lyta'1 on Lis back white t::' i : .
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', .\ .1't ter quartsr.i be" erecte.l, gbos'. I picked him up BU< carried ... CURE CONSTIPATION ... IU.it IO-CKNT HOTTI.V BEfIt:

1.' ;' -, on duty at the vari- hun into de huuse. I wanted to ('ry, 5t....'. R......, r......,. (Mr....HmtrMl. *>.. l rk. 't' IN TOWS.DANNHEISSER. A. ALDIRMAN, LL.D.f Pr sident.

> The men ar* all b- .. but 1 couldn't, I war so mad at ti.it II.TO'BAC "KI.U.Uer 1" '. ann, <:1., '''Ii.''I1':"'Cobal"" :",IUUI.lift 1rUjf'. BROS. hull CoUrt In Langaazes Sciences, Kngine..rinit, Law, Medicine. Pharmacy Art. -
.
I 'th blankets and heavy fool sal; wot ttk uie to de dain1When *-. * AUE.NTS FOR THE CEI.EBKATED and Workbbops. splendid Dt-partment for Worann In tbe N .cumb College.
Tomon
1 turned rum l.iyiu1 Manse
Tulane mkkej 1I',1..r. tn all vucalmns. Hi facilities fIr instruction ure nniurpmiedintheSoutli.
de bet, 1 saw mistiss a-lookin' at DISEitSES I. f HarDer tisisy. I F.zghtyIntrut'tor: and IJ28: students lait session. Many. .rholarbblp .

III".. I nebber watt to see dat l l.oL K1t4Y, in the academic dt'p"rllllt'nl op.-n to Lnui'lann IJOTS Kxpenses tctioUrsbip itndaol I
: Mam House-1'l rt. Palafox street 1 JITJfor set-siou. Hoard anil loilgiQi in dormitorJ". at low rate OppitrtDnitlea aitorded i ii
.
11.\\ are ol I lie Unitei. 1 turiKHl, au' 1-f dat plan .. .. ""'I Lbs Academic
as'in. jii-t .- ....- I academic .Iud..otfor elhelp 'la College*, no boy, If properly pn pared
.. ha* adv.lnced more tation. an' I -bber went back dan n. R. Fichange-Opp. Union Depot i for eoll,,>!.. ..work wll h.. turn.\ awsy from inability to pay tuition. Nfcit ..lou b -
--tpIt
a&mcztficJi1dbt1 P. O. Box 2M. Pensacola, Fla. I gins uc tuber ht. Send for Catalogue.
late thaiturgery.. but itt 1,0 n.o'. 1 didn't keer whar 1 went Phones 116-268. Addrns. K. BKUFK.Hecretary. s

be tied except where ab. I I t-o lung's; I pot away, 'tlcularlj'J1'fo' GCI.

..eeary.. I u ciie< of pil s mar>e come home f'nin Oe wall On -

IH. it i;; seldom needed. de way I met dat fool gal wot tek me CUIE la I WILL-
W'ltl'l1 Hazel Salve ctiresi Y't1IIDIET )-
off rum uy pOjt.'lOn'5 I saw b'r Iwent U e
pHil tnentl.l". n.f : !
fo' hor. She aw blood<< in uieje. >
1 > cut,*, burn*, bruiekin *,
di-.eie Accept no an" she run itt a tkccred deer K> refunded. CoMtlnj CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS .

'. ..1 wa* i".) troubleai. I couldn't ketch her. Dea I come up montj ,

i i. .' pile that I lo-t much 3'ur. an' I been bjur obber! Fi: ce.'I1:1t ." rcmtdie nccDlztd by tmJ.11m < "

t -\1""ll'th," !'.1Y;; J. C. Phil- "\\ iN-eauie of Sally?" physicians u tha oest foe at and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of

I -'DeWitt's Witch "How jo' know her name Sa'Jj""

'I't.. cured me in a short "Ne\cr mind. What became of her?" Ziisy r.nd Bltddr trcublu.pruca -.- Fall Goods t t
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hl" and heal Harsi- :
t : "Oue dai' when 1 war hoeiu' on ills u. ..... ii.-\
J. ,!MI :-'hepP:1rd'iduey
plantation I saw !at fool pal lokin'oter W. A. D'ALF.MRF.RTK s doz Men's Laundried Hhim, 68 pair Ladies' Spring Heel ll.oes, Get your boys ready for school. t I IVe

I i d.1 fence at me. I throwed down regular $I, to close at .5c. regular;: fl good, to close; quick at hoc \ carry a full line of Boys'!Hnits.5S '

r Coolers that do note my hoe an' run C,,' her. but i,he 1l1i 'ht' 27 doz Men's Colored Laundried pair. 'I Boys' Huiu, regular price f 1.00,
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> '- at the Willis fine runner, an' !>he get away. Xu4dor shirts, rf'gular'c, to, lo,e at 5oc. 83 pair Lidie Low Cut Slippers, I to 67 clo"'e at Wool Too suit.Suits J
her Boys' regular
an' chase price
day! I see her a;:'m J1.2J good, to close at |10o
-arc Co.'s.Fjley's Do yo' know manse, 1 chase 57 doz Men's Colored Laundried regular $l.W and $1.75. to close at $1.15 suit. !

- away. till I pot tired. Den she rnek If You Have "Shirts, regular 50c good*, to cloe at pair. I' 120 Boys' All-Wool Suits, regular

Honey ana Tar dat gal but I war lyin' 35c ; these goods should go in 24 6S pair Men's Low Cut Shoes, regular price $2 (UU to $3.00, to close at fl.60

J ior fiildren.safe.sure. me say 1 forgib bet _- hours. $1.50 good, to close at $120 and J2UO: !suit.
A'o opiates.llrilic
all tie time an' I bad to marry her Co'to 20 doz Men's French Neck Balbri- I We carry the largest! line of Boys' [

fum.hain'. de life resterc RheumatismURIGSOL pair.We Pants carried by house in the ;
l Socieiy Attention. keep gao Undershirts at 20c, regular 25c carry the largest line of Boys'Bhoes any t _

..' < will be of I -. good of anv hou"e in Pensacola. I city.All of I
a regular meeting our Ladles' and Misses' I JI!
('st 1) Foil IVNKl'MOMA.: 30 doz Men's French Neck Balbriggan Bring your boys to us, we can fit
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'I flacoU Medical Society at I drop-stitched 25c. hose, to close at f
tad
tested
the ftrcit !
Undershirts, at 30c, regular 45c, them in size.
B" .ird of Health office at Ii Dr. J. C. Bishop of Agnew! Mich., I n.iored ('IllfornaRem..1 any 20c. pair. ;

k p.in. Tuesday Sept. t* aud :!'{. says: : "I have ued Foley's Honey will cure sold by others at 50c. We have just received a fall line j' lOu doz Mines' full seamless hose .

\' i 'I? physicians are cordially and Tar in three very severe cases of you It aiM cores LIver Kidney tolBisdJer of; All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts. We will ', to close at COc doz, or 4 pair for 25c. .
caused eicesi
l' J to attend. pneumonia with good reults in every uric acid.diseases It never fail by and an builds np close at 75 cents. close at oOc for your choice. Home I' 75 doz Men's Seamless half hose

DR.W. C. DEWBERY, cae.!' Refuse substitutes.. W. A. I the health and strerrth while r.i.nx: it. 72: Pair Ladies' Spring Heel Low of them are worth 11.50. regular lOc goods, to close at 6c pair. II I-1 f

President. 'I' D'Alemberte, 121 6. Falafox. Scud llamp for book of bottle.wonderful For ale certificate Cut Slippers, 2)i to 7, regular $1 We carry a full line of fcklrtg. We have Just received a full line I Iof

f ''EM.' Hl.OCKER, a by druggist* Prlce,1 It your per druggist: can not goods, to close atTOc pair Look at our window display. | Ladie!!' Kid Gloves! in all shades. "

Secretary. 1 supply yon it will be sent prepaid upon i' ,

I If you wish the very best I recetptolprioe. AdJre. Remember, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we will have Room I

Urlcso! Chemical Co. I Los AngelesC-a11
ice creamfreezer at th every ,
house
<'an get your
or tutLanir&RaoUnDrog !
"., h ed t Marv lowest price the Willis BRKWNER'S.:
complete a I Co., Atlanta, 8a.Oittrlbuttng t

". //linn's on easy pay- Hardware Co. can please Agents. :
1O 5 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. e.

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{ DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA MONDAY SEPTEMBER 8,1902

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-I / -- PREACHINGTO 1 REAL ESTATETRANSFERS I Consumption can certainly be cured. I IIStronaeSt o t m t life \W Ulc lrrI -

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!; STUDENTS Not all cases, but very many. Ayer's I The 42d: Annual MatKndmjj !-,,:,' .

Kitered at the Port Office at Pensacola.Fla. I J..r '''
}{t 5 ., iecond-cJ8 matter Cherry.. Pectoral is the medicine. t; r ;: : I Ht'l'f'IIIIOf't H.. )\ "I III 't

t j: OrriCEPitfi Building, SllJi south: WALKER FAILED. ---
REV. LINN R.
I ratatoxsueetup-.tair.. "" ARIOUrf - __ __ h ___ __ _h I I THE[ [EQUITABLE ij
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I transfers
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THE'NEWS PUBLISHING CO. TO REACH HERE SUNDAY. '). of Escambia ,
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-- I 'r:: _b realty were recordj j WEEKLY BANK 'NUMBER OFBANKS

+ ''t Terms: Invariably in Advance. ... J1.\.Ll- \:.. ed during the weekending LIFE ASSURANCE I [ ij ociu

On Year by Mall .. ... ......'5 u Rev. Linn R. Walker, pastor of : ''( i: I STATEMENTNew I i INCREASED
Saturday
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atz Montbi" the :Presbyterian church, who ha* r( Assets . ,
G ., One week by Carrier, Payable Monday lu ....;; ; Hept.: 6, Uu2, all of : .

r ::1v TELEPHONE NO. 118. been on a six weeks' vacation failedto : I "...... .:;,;::I which are reported Reserve. .and. .of. *r .i iities

reach Pensacola in time for ser for THE NEWS by York. :;t>pt. 6-The statement Special to The Daily News: ..-.

H vices Sunday, as Lad been expected, ', Thos. C. Watson & Co., real estate of the associated banks for the week 8arpln5fromwl: i. i it, ; ...
agents: (five days) ending today shows: Loans Washington. Sept. 6.-A statement dends are paidPaidtoPolicyh.,1,1.

k1R' ,urION''LAFEt- and his church was closed at the I George P. Wentworth and wife to j 3.374.S60, decrease J7,665.20i:: "; deposits prepared by the comptroller of the .

3 hours for shows that from March :. ,
I C4n y worship.It i Samuel Pasco. Jr.-Lot 13 in block ,, $ 3,39S.200. decrease $12.600.- currency 14. 1901. .. ... ,
'I 300 circulation $33.5 5.000. increase !!<0 was: generally thought he would i! 101 East King; tract-S360.( ; New Insurance ; .
t PBKSAOOLA: SEPT 8 1902 I S29.900 legal tenders $73.352.s! bank with aggregate: capital stock m
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; decrease -
s be here in time, but it is announcedfor i'I Loveless Brooks and wife to LeslieE. Total Insurance in f
of C5.534,500, were organized.The K
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$2S2.8 species $181.593.SOO
Brooks-Lot block ; ; Dec. .
that he will arrive I 18, 33, East 31, 1901-
certain
during number of active banks has
Increased
specie $181.593,500. decrease $8,723-!!; -
;t i THE Tampa Herald thinks "Pen. I King tract-f500.
the week and be ready for next !;unday's I 800( ; rt'sefruired $230,849.350, decrease from 3.617 on March 14. 1900, Notwithstanding r : ,
J sacola forgot politics long enough Leslie E, Brooks to Delia Baker cial strength of the s> ,
I to 4.414 on August 31,1902: authorized
: : $14.441.523: surplus. $4,097..03&decrease
services.Mr.
Monday to have a routing Labor I Iii by 1S5 f est of block ;337 East King capital stock from $616,308,095 to greater security w: .

t Day celebration:' It may look this Walker has been in Richmond !I tract. New City numbering-$300.;: $3.226.723 $707.774,693; ;; bonds on deposit as security are holders LOW! thereby and: 'Gl'A PUJ. ," .-
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-'Il' way a long way otf. Va., for the past week delivering -I I James Terrill and wife to Henry I II BREWERY "PLANT' BURNED for circulation from $244.611,570 ter than given byKNOWLES"'. t.:

t PRESIDENT Ru+iEEt'ELT'a trolley *frinons to students there. His I Prayer-16 acres of lots o and 6 in j I I to $J22,941CSO.. and bond .secured cir

esteemed I I sec 24, tp 1 n, r 31 w-*fgl. j Firemen Injured by Falling Walls. culation from $ .347.785 to $319.407- I '
contemporaries
i accident gave our : talks have been commented on very I
a + haul Walter M. Pitt to Lottie A. Pitt-i One Probably Fatally. 5S... BKos
another opportunity to I I ?
'= those old have much and flatteringly by the press i s i East -'? of lot 7 in lot 4, :sec 51, tp 2s: Cincinnati, Sept 6.-Early today fire
: i 14t 1 down ru->ty cuts they Ueneial .\,. '.
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of that city.It r 30 w-$;;W. broke out in some mysterious manneron Not Doomed For Life.) : "
oS for several
;J 1 been using and on I
will be gratifying news to the Thos. C. Watson and wife to Southern the third floor of the plant of the "I was treated for three years by 309 n. Palafox St v :

years. --. -- --- many friends of the family to learn I I I State Lumber Co.-NW >4 of I Indianapolis Brewery company at Canal good doctor" writes; W. A. Oreer.McCounellsville _

i .. A MEDICAL authority declares: : that I: uwtaeecl3tp1nr31w-5, and Walnut streets and the plant 0 for CONCERT
Pile
I and AM'
I I that the minister will return during ] ? :
4 the failure to marry is po-itively followed A. M. Richardson to J. K. Cooper was destroyed Fistula, but, when all failed. Buck j IAGOLLBIXF: .

by insanity in the old use of I the week with all his children and Part of the Cooper tract, Collins I! Firemen Charles Jf>nnngs and I leu's Arnica raise cured me in two \ NIGHT. TRAIN- : ; .

l. ii the foxy old offender against natural j will bring; back with! him his de- 'grant$iuo. I i Charles HolMs were caught under a .I weeks.' Cure; Burns! Bruise- Cut, !:9. LAST TRAIN: i 1,1! :

'1'11' '' laws We have: noted-ever since l ceased wife's mother, Mrs. Holtz of i V. M. ,Fulcher by attorney, to W. Jennings faJlingwall probably and were severely: injure-, :!I Corn ,r1)fe", Eruption, Salt: ILlieum.: !' ll :&!>. TICKETS i
# the advantage of the married woman: B. Lot 1 of 51, fatally. The loss
: Wright }
in w see Pile
llendersonville. C. who will keep :! is estimated at 100000. or no pay. Ujc! at W A D'AI- DEPOT
to relieve her mind. I tp 2 s. r iO w- lNU. emberte's .
::4 ; j i house and care for his children at''1I drubtore. j'i <
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grit Ht t.HF-, our consul-general i| the manse. All of the party: will be I l Water Cure for Chromic U,11I"li".ui.tII. I Cuba's $35,000,000 Loan : SANTA ROSA SURFBATHING -

", i at C bur/, thinks there is the sup ( welcomed back by the family'smany Take two cups of hot water half an o Havana Sept. 6 -The house of representatives FOR RENT.FO1RE.'TTIie. :

+' i r ffestiou of :a new industry for the 1 1 hour before each meal and ju-t be-1: is daily holding seor..t I I ESTA8lsw,1, 1

: E' P 1 pine lands of the south and West of ;I friend-- fore going to bed, al;o a drink ofj!I! spsons: to discuss ihc question of thy spacious ...

: our country in the succewith i ': $3a uuoA001oan and the matter of pro gymnasium of the Pensa-i Fi-h chowder wig:
water hot or cold about two hour I i.
A I'anun's No We .lu."I j
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r' i which the bu-me-s extracting and : { after each meal. Take lots of outdoor siding means to meet it. The idea ofI'stabiishmg cola Athletic Club can be Sunday; evening. I'
j want all! the world to know I can arrange to i\ _
a
needle uil ] lottery to tLis end has
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pine is
preparing pursued rented
I walk during the -
I exercise- : ride, drive. season other refrehmriitiul :' -
writes Rev C. J. Hltdlou;;, of Ash-1: many !supporters while other
i' in the Thuriugtu mountains:; of i \ )Make regular: habit of this Iud in members for fairs concerts dances during the w- ;, ,
' away. li. I., "what a thoroughly ; of the house advocate an Internal -
; ; Southern Germany. This oil finds a chronic tfOrms. gee utaua.t r
ca-es constipation
I good and reliable medicine I found j' many revenue tax. etc- For particulars CHAS' H
sale all over the world, being used I be cured without the uof
i ',' '' + for pharmaceutical: purposes: f'r'' in Electric Bitter: ; They cured me i] may medicine When is any Suppresses call ai the club, or tel- .
a purgative n1 -

ji f '' 1 medicating baths and so on, while.uf caused jaundice me great and suffering liver troubles: many that '!1 quired takeomethms mild and i> A;ram. Hungary. Sept Riots.(i.-Serious phone.\'o. 391. s4tf I OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTu '

the dried fibers are used for -tntiliigniattre For all-round: like C.iuibt-rlain's! i II
. { years. a genuine cure gentle .Stomach antl-Servia riots which occurred at
I IDrod.
/'; t + ,"es and pillow; they excel: anything; 1 ever s-aw.1' aud Liver Tablet.. For ale by all Slavonia have h"n suppr* ej I
t ( 1.'r.- -- -- -- Electric Bitter* are the "urpri..e of You Don't Have '! Fine
to toda\
and battalion oysters I
dru"bt; medu-ine dealer by a of Infantry. Two editors

+ | M An eastern -yudicate i* contemplating : all for their wonderful work 1ll1..ivH. ] N v
,fi S the eon-olidation of :3w coal |:I Kidney and .Stomach trouble*. I have been arrested: for printing Drink Boiled I .
Don't fail ti them. scurrilous articles which incensed Water !
try Only >0ctSatisfaction the
4 in Chlca This VITAL STATISTICSRECORD
yards ;: ') merger
44
i .i guaranteed bv W. A. !i CroAtiacg. I FINE STATIONERYC.
1 I would cut out the raidilemen, who i!I It D'Alemberte.: South .ll.d"x. I

:\\t i } r : nu)1- -
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} !. ... : years. .. i'''STREET : Came Near Briiiit a Cripple DRINK V. Tt.omp-oii N ,
OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS Ii
!lfl 1 I'; I ;(::f middle man H everywhere finding IMPROVEMENTAND 1 ..lohVestlMf9r, of Loog.'otep. I! Palafox street, h'-- ';-'
;I liui i* a poor until but heay- !,<- t
life hard. Kcoiuic conditions are
r i' DURING THE PAST WEEK. new supply of I.ii"! : .
t '(' STREET LIGHTING would not bf without Chamber l !. -
but
"f t : slowly surely i-queezm; him out Paper*, white, !blu.' tiEnvilipes
:;t::*:t : of bu=meWith the l"-- of thf Pain lijltn if it cost five d"ll.iroottl + -* I ; to match. ,
EoJt
.: I; f" middleman the tron -.t oulwark Ti! ft < for it saved him from bt-in.-. .
.r i' ;:<= llowiiu'! : i- th.' record of a-.i Foreign Mail Tctbivepf -
i a democratic government will have KUitor lm.l> Nt w- cripple.. Xo external appllcuti-, i-iqujl
"i I. birt'1-! and antilor tee past week -- to match. i
i. .;'j.< collapsed. Tnere will be but tu i Aftertruliin, ainoi.-t the -"i' to this iiuirnent for -tif uiJ Penholders, Blankb ,,; .
i.:. '.. clashes the very rich and: the very 'glire' ; of the exhibited 'Wt-l-bich a. tried in the "!tire of the cry clerk : swollen, joints, contracted mu-cli'". i i dl'., alway, on hand

r t ,; + It, poor. j' lights" I mu-t ,admit it''L ;;reat im'provement Uirili- -till neck,=prains and rheumatic and I P h'ut. _:n

( 4 : : on the "oil burners" White-) D. W. C. Yarbrough mu-cular j pain. It has alo cured ---

j\ : I I'E>s.roi.has m j;niflcent facil-1 i j I twenty years pa: ;t, and a comparison 'and wife, a girl ; to Alex. JJro-nrn. Jr., I numerous cae; of partial 'araIY"I". '! 1
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f. 't.. :,t I '' ities for the building and successful..i! with the -treet improvement- in the :aud wife a girl; to F. 1Bin;haI11 It is for ale by all drui5tsIud ; The fist l \\.n\\'tl.\ < f J-( See I r\\ 01' ;1 J: ::' ':
:j
:11, uiaintaiueiice of various; maunfac- .: length uf will and wife. 1 medicine .
: i same time, give the a boy ; to O. L. )Icu and dealer-- : t
: ./ ; ": tori..; and !industries, S<.hlit/ u.i a hut. ir Libt n .
: : ofgoods -
, ". especially I, lightthe Jvauceinetu of a hundred wife a girl.Culured'I"i.
. for export consumption. The year or more ; but they are not ,; Louis; Goldsmith and GREAT SALE u-r that w ,,; I Imwt d i it:.< tt Everybody haa rupuif
i'r of till earth. it,:
Katioiial ,
, : A oclition of Manufue- I,, up-todate Let us at least have wife, boy twin- ; to Mary Lewis:: agirl I wa honest. Thatva-> flit f: tight' f.r it. They misa) w .

"!; ; turers will inert in New Orlean i i: up-to-date li;-lit*. and twenty years ; to Solomon Jackson aud wife, OF CLOTHING, ETC chance to get it, ;and -"t jt.

next April. Tin date i-> quite distant Neuce we may have up-to-date I a boy ; toValter Lee and wife, a years ago. Today tlu m,.g-; Thos. C. Watson & Co

; I but it wouU b" a ;und idea to streets (: ) but by no means should a 1 girl ; to John Colemau and wife, a nificcnt Schlitz 1 i brt.ttir\ av.ouse; + > particularly fliit -

ti invite thee representativeJlnanu: ''1, lighting contract tie entered into fora boy ; to Henry Williams and wife a I have jut bought; at a ;:reat bar- I forms monument to tL.it nift-r ju-t now and I'
: i' facturers to extend their trip to in hundred \ t'aiu a $."> U0i( lock of Clothing, hoeMen' -, a yoU tip t'lIl1and invtiYou -'
of girt to VashVilliams ,
years a- omr us may i. ; aud wife, a will never rear'. : .
,- elude Penicola. lroujht face Furnishings: etc., in the store >
; honesty.
to
t ; u-it be here to hear of a new one. boy. !gat "
'AH South Palafoxtreet, wnich
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;4j. I face with our many undeveloped Say, Mr. Editor dt you know ",'ailiol. beg in iii hg Thur-day. will n.- oilered From the begmnnu' -
1 : ; advantages the-e bright bume i'tit sacrifice until all very This .
II when the tune expire* of the cursesome | prices is !{OIlP. weather ma '
g 41,'; men with ready in-tiuct would recognize -, ( cl,.uni i a fellow put ou Peusa- White-John Heyn, 10 day, con- Call I early at 'M, South: Palafox -treetfhur'da the main object has Km: to ,
: grast grow. Yon ( i >
;, gttion of brain child of Alex. }' and I
i; our possibilities in the, enfr. I ; Ioftreat: / bargainF. : "
4 lar ement of their industries espec-i| cola? r- t'It'T.\TOK. Brown, Jr..l day premature birth. E. BHA WXEH. I attain absolute purity. In keen cutting Lawn .U "

i ''I Colored-lella Gentler 1!< -- -- ----- Schlitz beer and Grass
7 l r, "', laity in the export department*. For (Her hmy Yearn years.'typhoid pure yeast u.- Shears if"' "
IMX I I fryer Berry1:1""u.. i I will repair your watches and Willis Hardware ( "
:MKS. W INFLOW'S: l"uIITHD1OVHl'P batbrrn first introduced in Ana rit ,..
uit.ntii-, tubtrculoiMartha jewelry in first-class style. J. I
HtIIt.\.S ri.lMATIl: I used lot over sixty years by millions ; County -
j' I I motbrrb for tbfir cbildrvn while trrtbiug 45, dropSHv ; child -'f J. W. Maw- Stephens.HEPATIGDRA. In the Schlitz brew-en ,rt:: *'

k ; (: The lat thins: to mention about I 1 I with perfect iUCCt' .. It oOtb"i tbe child kin, entero colition.HUDCIN'S -- ---- all the inventions men h..1. FRANK SECARI BATH HOUSE!
L
tit. 1 Florida but one of the very reatt:'-t i I softrns the gums,allays all pam.curt- wind

IIfI ft importance, i* climate-in big 1ft- !| colic and I. the best rrmedy for Diarrhoea made for protecting< l r Deep water sea lit t-:
i i It will relieve the poor little sufferer 1m.IDIt'dIl.tt'ly.
;. ril-flr all the climates to be found PENSACOLA dny for white pf-oi] !. -
from[
1 I hold by DrugRists In every part impurities. ,
,' cl conipartin for lads! *
anywhere Florida ha the bi'"t, aud j' of thewerld. T"l'nt.t1c"ut a bottle

' } it has more of it to the square: inch I I He sure you ask fur"el 1 rs.11'tn.iuw'r Iolb. Schlitz beer is even co his\ bat telld..tllt.eat. .t. b> -'. ,
CIGAR ANDTOBACCO tiou-e in tin >
than all the InK i+HUP..' and take uo other kind
other *t.ltesilltlle Union ,
I- ii-it a Sir-in,; Pllr, atlvt- in filtered air; then it i if.i- cent- FIe.v
1t. ; :: put together. California. : included. l '>lr. (''--vallo-: ,,1 / i
b "' Although See JtlTrie and Fitzimtnon, atojvra FACTORY It does all that required to tend, then sterilized. It is.i ii
this
> ; ; : fact ha* been'uspeet-! home Tuesday night 25 and

'' J ed for a 1 longs time, and pioneer; to 5(.>c.eat, on -lie it Coe'* bank t tiore. .stimulate the Liver !'ecretions j i well aged to avoid the ( au"I t--AA.AA.. A.A..AAAAIlHAVE
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# this state had claimed
it jearsa.jo; ,
|I without overworkingthe [ of biliousness.j : .
f; it ha* been only inside of the pat AftercoD-idt-rablf unavoidanle de- I I, YOU NOTICED :

.L .;' It' ten year that it ha* been believed BR'ER GARDNER'S WISDOM. lay sorbs receipt of his large: ;stock Liver and Bowel Asa i j jpitniut Ask your physician :.it 1 cut

t :' ,'; greater but gnat still his the been crowd thp cf belief tourists and 1 once knocks a man down bekase of material, Mr. C. J. lindens, the palatable I ILaxatire I Schlitz, the beer that mart: '' WHAT IS MISSED HERE }

k; ; who hive poured into tin state tot he didn't l'i-lie\e as I did politically an' 'proprietor of Pens-a\!oli'; uew cigar I il.JUku f.lnJu I II II
to my great surprise it didn't her de I ,,"vv'V"vvvvvvvv'"
! be beneiited it- and tobaceo IT Ia i i"I II
by climate. The Ita-t effect on his opinions.I factory, situated m the \ Perfect I .
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F; w. number of pcoji.e: conuni; li. every only man I ebir knew who bad.;: Thie=en building ou the corner of .
;K winter ha beeno 'i Dt v u want ', .
a
;great and has in- last faith! in human chap'who
t nalur' was a Baylen aud Inteudeucia Erects has For .IIUlln:1tlll: : 'or I
little
creamed from year to year that it; worked two hours to break de padlock mono '
:: StPihfn-. the j jfwommodite ; I-
y commenced the manufacture |
of
bas been almt l on btnbous-e ho
impo"?iblf to furnish my doah. !i I Typhoid and Malarial Germs : you.
iI
', accommodation- them, in liar am' no question but what we !I.: favorite brand "H uJ in;;' 5-C'ent" I y
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t #n''f spite of the fact that more building- could nil IK a heap littler dan we am, and expects later to introduce other from the system nothing can
"! have been erected and old but we all seem to be wamn' fur dbaler e I All kinds of 'im I
one enlarged *. He will also shortly begin the ecual it. It i U a tonic and i ,
mUll to take de lead an' tell us bilit'l.ll'ri..n 1 il rocking chairs a' .11Vc'
every year: aud the end inot l
.'$ ;I : ('('. ; manufacture of a choice 1 ,
1 yet. nor will it be lone;as the climate I' very speciali alterative it will improve I Qui a's. Prif.cs: I' r'!'
It's a :pio d fwlia' when you hey con I i blend! of smoking tobicco -Hi Pnsacola. 1I
remains: a* it i*. but what it i* cau i I vinotd ? your health beyond low.
l souiilioily dat d r whale really i your I Imo"t
r I hardly be described ; It can only be swalkred Joiit-r. but it is generally tot: ,': : ." to sell! at a popular price, I

felt Flt'rid1ha" mute capital in its : leretl by a shortness of Liters an' bacon composed of well selected: Kentucky sanguine expectation. IL Bear & Co.. Wholesale Agts YOU'LL LAtJC1 H
I' GET THE
climate than the combined wealth i as an cff!'t-t I! Whit Burley and cigar clipping Sold ly All First-Class Drnnist3.1 ,
4 k T of the Pen col.1. Fla. :
y Astors, Vauderbilt
Some
men pit wisdom falin'
/ by off:: a I I ,.
1'' Mr. Hud, in I frost tho1. "
A ler Gould and J. Pierpont Hockfel.// barn or. dO\\ l1 a tell, but I pot mine b i ibturtin' |'. ; :; assures; tbe trade and t I! I i letters uule u wt> '

put together, and the a lawsuit ap'in a naybur. I go1a i' consumers jenerallthat thee I I is of the riirtr.; -

I -Corre"l' l1dput Dt'ni"oll texas > I: ; tents: Ruth of jestice. an' niy lawyers I,I! good* are strictly first-cla.=, and he '' F. get the n!
Jg Gazetteer. j I pot $:.0 in ca.-h feelcoufiJeut B. BRUCE time. We k- ,
: that with
an
: opportuI ; \
i : Stationery!>
--T 1 her made it a rule netber to speak .
1 l+ee Jeffries and Fitzimnious ;j ill: of de dead but at de side time if he; I: nity for trial given! them they will i i glad to post yCoe's .

z s opera house Tuesday night, 2:> and at I, has any relatives: left who want to i prove both satisfactory and StartYOU'LL
I popular. fives tai i in tnl S &t1 Book
DB & tic Lis
t"; 6i store.>c.; seat on sale at Coe's book!' fur trade spauns mewls and wid me I keep my eye out: He therefore invites; a fair: trial of : ortigh ; e. i j

; 1t nngbones.- the same and: challena p" compari-- BElTEBESTEB
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Fort lire Katora a Tetan. -- -
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s $ "Havinar ditresini, pains in head ion with any other brai..!s of goodsof Guns, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Bicycle and ;

: f i back and stomach and being with ConstipationHeadache : similar character, Bicycle Sundries, Edison Phonograph and Music. in manv of tnK -,
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t out appears be tan to use Dr. t.f'rrYou'd ,
+ King's New Life Pill, writE i \\'. P heartburn indigestion CA.BTO =i..Z11. Hammond and Other Typewriter. Typewriter Hupplie; All Kinds of with the style .1. w

...p[ Whitehead of Kennedale"Tex and and ji- liv.r ills are -ured by Bern the _yfIrel.rdY5, tfcgitv I'IJ A I\3j'S a.:&n I Ii Repairing. Lck and Key Fitting. book? are printed>
11.1 soon felt like a new man Infallible High-Grade HammerlessGnns Kept for Kent. Bij? Supply of Fresh Shells.all easily read typ-\ -
8 in siomacb and liver troubles Hood's Pills fif /+ # at Low Prices. The kind of b" -K- ,:
l Only :')c at D'Aemberte's! drug -ca to boy and read

'.r; t store. i I Sod by all druggists. 25 cents. I Try THE NEWS \\'a t Column. 15 South Palafox Street. |! Coe's Book StoreTHE

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B. H. FAIRCHILD, VIOLATED THE I No. 5GO3.
W. C. O'NEAL
President; F. C. NORTON Cashier;
-. J. FOSHEE,Vice.President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier.
i rro ij s T 33 :H33n:

t1 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. SUNDAY LAWBY CHOPPY"JEATHER

AMERICAN NATIONALOF BANK
Ca'cft +tor and Refinishing Furniture a

Specialtf. I
SECRETLY DISPOSING OF
I I PENSACOLA, FLA.
Thane 486.

- LIQUORS-CAUCHT YES LOW BAROMETER CAUSES BRISK:' Designated Depository of the United States.


R. K. WHITE, TERDAY.The WINDS AND RAINFALLThis I Condensed Statement at the close of business Aujr. 21, 19O'l. J


falbmdLrr, Manufacturing Jeweler
RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. | i

anti graduate Optician, first case called in the city ; morning Pensacola bay seem- Bill Receivable ...... ...... ...... ...... .... 350403.19 Capital Stock ...... .... ..... ... ...... .. .. $200.000.00)

court today was one of interest.It ed trying to lash itself; and every- Demand Loans. ..... ...... ..... ...... .... 9,97274 Surplus; Fund.... ..... .... .... ...... .. .... 1Ot *).Oo .
II K utb r.lafo1 I St, Pensuola ria high Overdrafts...... .... ...... ...... .. ...... .... 46'J83! Undivided Profits...... ...... .... .... .... 10.242.91 .
- was one wherein Mr. and Mrs. thing on its; bosom into pieces, but El. S. Bonds and Premium.... ...... ...... 187,171.87 Circulation...... ...... .. ...... .... .... .... 11)0,000.00 I

", ;ryy"y: : .... ;r-yr Ned Fay were defendants previous warnings caused precau- Stocks, securites; etc.... ...... ...... ...... 2625.00 Deposits..... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 390,463.71
against an Furniture and Fixtures.... ...... .... ...... 6,718.48
r: affidavit charging them with selling tions to be taken last evening, andas [. R. Stamps. .. ...... .... .... ... .... ...... 8HS4 ,i

Casn Exchange...... ...... ... ... ...... 153.256.70 I aI
EWS NOTES 1 1l whiskey, beer, wines, etc., on Sunday ; a consequence today there is; no -- )

and in violation of a city law damage to speak of reported. $710.706 65 1710,706.65

prohibiting same, and also for selling Even the amount of timber broken '
4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. I
liquors without license. adrift is not so great as would be expected -
number of colored conwre n
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\ :ate Ed. Gomery and Frank Barnes, but this; fact is; because the ------- .
baptized near the Bayou

f'f', v ondge yesterday afternoon, negro porters, were arrested in con- timber in the bay was; in small quan Prices 1VIake it

, I. monies being witnessed by nection with the same offense. They tities. fW52521 ExpensiveTO

a- of white and colored cititiu were separately charged with being A few small coasting vessels have I \ \

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I sutiered the lo-s of a but
charge of the place where liquors; topmast m -

.- ,' of Pensacola; Typo- were sold are otherwise not damaged.: The old 1"1)I I

d, I awn yesterday after. City Attorney Jones; prosecutedthe wharf at the foot of Jetferson street
f .> ii t.vs was; selected to fill I .Trade Elsewhere.
,i.-Huai chair recently made case; Judge Jas. R. Luudrum appeared -I j gave way this i; morning and is now I t J .. .. :

resignation;, : ofI.. G. for the quartette of defendants afloat. This is beyond the landing ,, E5E5HEE5S5H52S

place of several tug boats, and was; !
PUKCHASEK FOR THE INCOMING FALL AND WINTER SEASON OF FASHIONABLF

-.: with the first of the The first witness sworn of a large formerly in a precarious condition. II OUK .\WEARABLES have been lavish and exclusive. Every: department i* rapidly putting -
? on its Autumnal hue. The hand and brain of our large force M eager to' make shopping here
your
number of residents : number (the examination of whom In expectation of a heavy blow I
I both pleasant and profitable. Our modern method of buyingand selling of reliable merchaudi- are proven
,,. i 1. -ututneriu at points Iy !I lasted Uhtilthe afternoon) wa Spec- from the southwest tonight, nearly demonstrations that: this tore i* where you should do year Chopping. r

line, have begun to I
; cul Oiticer[ Ray.: The uilicers had all fishing smacks: ; iu port were this !
the city and again; : k i
: n-idences here. Mr. obtained information that a violation afternoon towed over and anchored SILKS. j DRESS GOODS. j

t iiuily: moved back :; of the law was being made in a i at navy cove for a protection. One I Ii i I i
BLACK TAFFKTA-w ir.ctiewide; elsewhere ETTAMIXJi UK'hi- wnh- : all.IrRuig..i,
"" ,' room above the well known Macotte i I old fisherman said at noon that bad i iI iI J1.2othe .yard Specnl here. . . . . fl.OO : dray and tan inuit patternwort1'!: ?l.2"per I

I Hi I Express Company':: : Saloon South Pal\.tfox street. Their I I weather will prevail tonight. 32-INCH: BLACK: TAFFETA-worth a quuterll I, yard. !Special I . .. . . . . . .$}!.(,,

order oiiices The weather bureau reports at ; the Special- ... TRICOTVAIS'1'iNO: -c.r-|, tan lllllkile
i mi'uey information was ;o conclusive that more yard
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I given garnettiid: black, per yard .. 26ARMTRE
; .- II.| Cahu & Co. C. ,; warrants for the four were made and s a. m. today a maximum wind i :\rol .\E-POT: AND STRIPED ANTIQUE--I- x- I' NOVELTiE.--The new dress ,suit !

1. ,/arms& Daily and J.1!! before one was aware of what I velocity of 21 miles, and tue highest I II elusive Waist-i. :Silks, culi rs, Special per yard $1.25; i material, nat bill, cadet and cator exclu-

w: ich is a great COII- i any I sire p.ittern-, per yard.-- . . . . .|1J'
within the 12 hours i iI COLORED TAFFETAS all popular .h ades, by ;
:
velocity past
: ..-,. who wish a ale ,I they were about the cllicers were in SILK SHIRT WAISl'p: -I'UII line new Fall
*' t; .t I.and, for rending oil''I the room where liquors", were beicg I was 27 miles, from the south. Thisis i yard gilt Wal..tl1I colors, from .. . .. .tta; lx to too

: PEAU de CIIEPE-the pOl'ubr'ai..t silk, UFAXCY I YEL\'t IH.1ck. Red and JUne
increase at Jl a. m. it
: !1I"uey. I ,sold. I on a steady : ; I the yard: quality: Special .. . . .. .. . .51 2; ground, per yard . . . . . .. 75 S

..' I'irtunate! citizen who !I Officer Kay, upon request of the had attained a velocity of 30 miles, I

nights without the :' city attorney, told how he had been I' and this afternoon at 2 o'clock it was EARLY FALL WAISTINCS.Walkings : CAllOONS AND ALL-OVERS.

of heavy blauki :i:! miles.
a reported I
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.t admitted to an upper room. He I :Siberian 1 [ .. .. .. . . . . .61 cyard A complete line of I"amalure for fall gowns
-t
.nirA'-,ary during conver-ation the ear- j I i i had fuuud on one side of the room a I:1 Shallow barometric depression i iI \.icu ans.Pa..telle-tripe. . . .. . Kic yard crtnniecruPluuiblgckprice; per yard lOc to $1.00
: PERCALES! One Windsor '
ca-e Pert-ale 1210Engli..h
the
exists causing heavy
-'i-: '! morning gave out i short counter behind which stood today pre- : Flannelette dressing ,.acq lie!'. luc yard value peryard .".. lOa
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.. bust; Barnes freely dispensing, refreshments : cipitation and brisk winds. Rain i k

,t : to all\ who could produce thecash. fall at Pensacola today was not I '

.' 'Ht.i I I quite one inch. At Port gad it was j W. J. & B. FORBES. $
I I The counter was fixed up as a i iI
: l.t 2 inchrs.i :
: Forbes and ClitI Mer- I
i miniature bar behind it on shelves
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t out the busiue-s of f fr --. ,
stood numbers of bottles filled with I C.\ Cllt: CTHKI 11Y Bl.OOt) IIVLMAll : i I
uruiture Co. and the I If You Buy Them/ at the lio-ton ::0'11"1' store They aretlioodllBiggest !
Forbes liquors of all kind, while underneath I I
.-iut-s of the THE WEATHER
I Skin ami Blootl fli-pa, '" Cured.
wi.i: ; conduct a fir!' t-clas l were two tubs tilled with ice I 1 .
1 :\fr)1. L. Adams Fredonia Ala.. '
Shoe Sale of the Season !
1mi! -," at the stand here- and bottled beer. Sample* of this took P ;tanic Blood Balm, which effectually I

.d by the Kacambti: I It of : :
.i; i. cured an eating cancer JO-DAY'
were brought to the station: and used 'I NO OLD !"KCOND HAND STOCK IN THIS I
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X1.E
arevouuj face. The healed
". Th"ffc jjeiitltineu the nose and sores;
; uu-iutss; men andswlhe ;; evidence tinmorning.. One bottle 1 up perlectly. Many doctor.had -- ALL CLEAN. NEW. H4KSH (}.KI-i-PKICES: CIT TO TIILOWEM' > I ; !,
,
her hundreds Local a''r.. ca-t- c. in rfclly fur tonight midTuesday NO ICH.
ca-e hopeli-s I
given up I I i
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; meta success tow had been opened. .
Here are ome priceLidies' -:
of of south windsTemperature
cases cancer eating i i'sore. j h re-h tn-l to
venture. i Mr. Kay further swore that as he '' -, supperatintf\ ,swellings etc, -- ,i Oxford-) Ideal ich Patent Leather and Vicl Kids all oaj I ,
have been cared by Blood new this year's: styles and sold for %\i. during this sale. |2.10.
i walked in, a customer stood at the B.ilm'l in Last 24 Hours: ; All our LudieOxfords: and (;Colonul- Ideal Kid
and
J lfr tt., :said t<'ltz-imml'ns at 1 Amoiiic others, Mrs. H. ;M. Patent Leatherand
i of for o'tandIa. Her and I MHTinium .. ,.. Oofd..ttrt't' '' Vici Kid. which, old all ";a-nll at f2W. at this salt for $1 ".",. I
: in the
i- l'u>-d.ty ul ht, 2:' and counter act paying a ; Warrior : no-c Miuiiuum ... iSdegrees'Temperature ; '
', with oleusieliclnrgt Our Liidie- $- Oxfords all -h.lpPatent\ Leather tip .tuck tip
.- ni -.tlr! at Coe'o book ,, lip were raw as beef +I -
bottle of beer he had jut emptied.When ( ? from the eatingore.. Elsewhere : heavy and light -ole- now 11 1 Iv I

the man attempted to put the 'Doctors:: advised cutting, but it .u. Mln. I' These are'inly ji few IIf the manyp 'ii pi Ie'- we ire ..ff<>rnijf. Ccme
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failed. Blood Balm healed the I and bfconvincHi that: the bi-t place buy IIIh-t'l.I--i fm-twcar for the I
Mrs. in ... .. .... .. "; r'. least
money down Fay came ; Atlanta money i- lOt
CURES WEAK MEN FREE ,sores andIrs.. Uuerney i H aswell Hirtn .rck \lfl p' __ _-_-_- _- I "
quickly, "nudged" him in the side u- ever. Botanic mood Halm: ('hlcngo __. ...... w., c! I.

and motioned him to take his, al-o cures eczema, itching humors, Cin.: innatt"I....... .. ".I. 7":rt\\
Ualve-iton -- -- I
up 'n -
.-caband scales, bone pains, ulcers, .. ..
I"- iK-H I. \to and a lla]>l<)' Uninrtor Huron -..- t4 "- Boston Shoe Store
money. It was too late, the move offensive pimples, blood pni..ou. carbuncle I .J laeknonvillf "i
.XII.H -, --orofula rninx's and bump : Kansaxt.lty..__. 'I ';1K..v
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was ?rest by the otlicer who called: \\'I't i'. '
and all blood troubles. .
1III"' iiinUiikly| cure 11111I"11"n. 'on the skin "I...
t.I'-ot- run, (r.iin. "-\ Jill \II.'IIk., her attention to it. ': DruuMi-ts. $1 per large bottle. 1 Isample MobileMontgomery Memphis "H N.1'I'111N (i. l'OI'IIIDIII:. 'nipiii-tor.[
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i iituliit ninlit loifarKoctlf ... i"' I
of Botanic Blood Halm freeunit
ai.ii HIUior>'iilai, gr> .Simply ilia 11II."k-,nil urgittm your to nitnii-lull When the arrests were made Fay I prepaid by writing Blood Halm New Orleans i',., ,i.t I Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street.
New 1 ork
,.jarcii'Or Kimi Mi-dicat, l o.. 1> :-' informed the ollicery had not a- Co., .Atlanta Oa. Describe trouble I -avaunHhSt ,1 i 1 I .
HiulJiii liflrcit. Mu-li' and tnryJly "', ''t I
and medical advice -ent in l.oui-
special
,, tliiit stud any(rnrecfipt man ma> easily with i-urr rulldtrrc-lnni- yet obtained his revenue licence, but sealed letter. It is certainly worthwhile I ,

.L.rand..iiniTiiif tin- follow i-ocrtaiulj misiraotstakrti a most cm had made application for -alllf'. investigating such a remark NE\\T\\ ORLEANS HUGE OF PHARMACY.A \ 1 .
i
I Blood Balm
i daily marl show whllllll..n think able remedy, as cures MARITIME.i I i
!spectaiOllicer: Sanders: nude tileurc..t" mot awful, worst and most '
.' i-roMty. the Sclniiil ol rii.lrinary ( '',,"lu..r'.1 \n\ 1'herarati.ia.
"MIPlcti.. acct-pt myincrrc blood di-eases..
-seated
He deep .
: caught customers ,
; paying with
CO14ipl.teeourrotLrctur. l.abur.Uuryln.IrlI'tiOnutl'
'" \ours lit recant d itt 1 fcttte \ Ml E\I- M
:I' .'auui lit a thorough t..-t au 1:011I-
'II"i s ti. .'ii fxtranrtliuary ll ha'It for drink bought there and saw Garden hos- at the JVillis KXCOKTS I I nioJinus hulliluiK with in-truetiou i-rminer.tly pr.rtiral, in it- 'IIP"O..U A..M. 4
I aton hcgmsdct. :n. irrr.prt'r.1uiil I-'ftanJ7.7r.\ til' "
II acf "
wiu-ii a hot and you cannot I money passed over and change given Hardware Co's. for ISepternhHr to date tl:" ..et I .
>" !ltalll'| 1 !till."
-Ml- 1 our mctlUHl lllkfd t)<-lllltlu back Barnesold the liquors. : All kinds of Furni-1 I AIi611G: TO THE PATRONS OF :

I -i ill-il \w.Igor i-rr "'IIOUy liavf ooinul'-tfl what I iifrclcil rnumr Fay and his wife tried to get : Mires 1) S ture at nearly cost.I I Hpan s, Ida. :!' I. Arauo i.iv"rpool t"Gull Hotel Camden 1! !

elilPDt I- .-iitirrliitl.- to make room for Tran-it {'o :!I '
around the law by the alleged formation I PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. I I'
i I new stock. [ I
warrctiviiIand1had I CI.KAKLI). .
i -. -. \ .ur. of the a- of a club, none but member of !i f cheklcton by ( VMDKNLAItll: \ >
i umkiui" u- receipt Itr's Kurbo Bank Ali
i t tin: truthfully ay it It a lioon GO pairs Ladies' Patent 11 Sullivan tor MKUchefctcr, with UJrt.m)1// i I
HIU ft'ally unproved In which could be served on :Sunday: lun.licr.alucil, iti:4.l.'iiilor: ; Burrow with The principal will 1 b<- ut Public; Is Now
.. and viijorjHiiulcncf :, Tip or Plain ])on,oln Lace\, l.iih.VO'MJt lumber valued at UI1I\: ; total Open to the Public
ituctly contiil.-- Only one "member" could exhibit a t'iih'e: School No. I from this dite until! )j jUt .

.."' '. jlamralril( en\fopx.| The ticketiof It bore Shoes, today an Monday, i Am RS IVn-acola, tae,. Leech, by Gulf ( .->ber 1. between the hour of !ti ; under the of
,., membership. no '_'5I1 coal i urauaf'tnent
tie a-ki and !thi-\ want Transit Co lor Tampico with :! tons
.. .1\\- it OOc pair. valut-d at i.V"-1! a. ni. and 1 p. m.. for the jxirno- "f.
date. was: rigned: "A K. )Iuy"ou.ire..iJf'ut. I
200 Boys' Suit:, just received examining: and clufifyin new I IRS S. "I
MIMS
*TQUARASTt.NH.Xors'
but the holder could not
$l-2oto $>].6O suit. !! I pupil, and such old pupils wlo filled ,
REV DAN NELL V remember the date on which it wu : Hydra, Ml, Oabrlele. Bdlue, to to bl promoted a- die ei.title Ito I I
,
Xcw Fine Fancy Waist Gulf TranU Co I Ir Pfci.-atoU! Florida.RATliS .
re-examination. ,
Nor ..llIp1I1..rll'l\. l-"C,, ijirtsnn, I'upeTow
obtained.i Cloth, lOc to 4?u yard. a to IVnsacola !.ulI1t1..r l'o I' Attention called to time following .

ON GAMBLING About thirty witne.'-es were examined. rtquireintnt : I : REASO. ABLE,
Silk Ginghams for : THE SHIPPING.VKSKL I New pupils di siring to enter any 'I h

Fall Waists, 2.)C yard- I grade will bf required ti paex- Hy the Day. Week or :Month.
I The case took all the court's annual ion in all studies the ;jtrade'I
up
: '.t' incteir.ent weatht-r, Sea Island Percale short IN I'UKTIKAMHIJa below with an average ..f not ler- Table Fiirni-lifd with the Rpt th- I
time until 1:4":) o'clock this afternoon -- I Market Affords.Public .
l-3c tlau.o.,,
ends S yard. j
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:: ition heard Rev. J. ; Kr August I lielmont. .'. Roger. to I I .
( whfti the city concluded. On 'ic- 200 yards short ends in liulf Transit t o Pupil who were prevented: for ,i, fr'
"'. ;Pl' ach at the Pahfi x Br KurboItauk.is1.Saikhlonto Hulli reai-ou* "nti-f-ictory to the principal Patronage Solicited. I
I count of some of the night officers Long Cloths S l-3c yard. \ van Timbr;l'o I from taking the final examination I .
,
iii-t church last night. Hri'airnesK. 14U. Haw Ick, OS H L ( o Free
being forced to remain as witness White Pique ,Waists, for' Br Kore-t Pali --''->. I'mkbam. to W 1, ,I j I la-t ;May will h* examined under the Sample ll-mma.: J
:.. ,iiiinjutii'ed.hepreach- \VUtlch ('o !same: condition :a* new pupil-
in other cases Mayor Jones decided early Fall, just received. r.r: Kosefleld Its "i Illlblill. aud told l"o Men.
I. : ; Lumber ..
I to defer the argument until tomor- Walking Skirts special?, Kr KotherflHd. l-M. Chandler, to W HKe I *- .tud in th May examination ,' ,
.antifr: how the habit of I >air 0\ l'o I will b>- rp-exHiniu in that study'! i
row luorlliu!:. The evidence is Sl.M, S2-75 and $.:/. fO (iVr Scotia, IW.: Haner, toiiult Tran-it Co I and will t .- required to make lion I r
: w t- actjuirpd in many Hr st U'wald. l"i", 1Iudl\1I. t'j liulf TranSit less than 1olO'I I CONCERT AND DANCE AT J
the defendants. !I ;
directly against; each. Co
It tiif- "home! card table" : Br I'rsula Bright Jill U. ode, to W i' The examination* will be held ac- MAGNOLiABhUFFTHL'It DAY ; dNIGHT.
!, McCaU's Bazar Patterns Kwy..r t ('o cording to the following schedule I TRAINS AT
The eat well, sleep well, I > : 8,8:*) AND
"lllIr,'d "home jrambliuji"i' \: strong >,. .
: 'HIJ :Mondays Grade 5. I
October in 10 9. LAST TRAIN
only
don't. Hood for now RKTURXiJ AT
weak
well. The *;
look Ru EndymtonPellrrsin: to IIH8.Huo..ody. Grade
'k.'tuc -! ''p* the l lowe t kind i Tuesdays S. If
I : I :fi4J. TICKETS
makes the weak strong.Lubiu's 'and 15e.: t1'o 25 CENTri, AT
sarsaparilla Wsdnesdays"' Grade 7.
I I >orOor"b' ItM.: Kjorn en, to orderHARKS I j
iiid unde DKFOT.
to
an appeal II -- -
-- ; Grade
I I JOHXSOXJr SOX. ; I Thursday, s. ;
;u'.iplt! to cease fromuch !: reproduction of the Jef I Ku Australia. M'-:. hazerston orderIt I Fridays Grades 9 and 10. -
fried and Fitz
I round;, at opera hou-e Tuesday", I Nor Nor Mie-er.-74.f'lgurd' 144".Jobn-on."xnernd,to to order H H Boyer I pen, pencils and paper, and The H u 5I t act ever sold here. f;
night, L'i;: and 50c.; seats on sale; at Dally for The New bj j _-- must report at the room formerly QC- I O M Pry or.Save .
\ Ciiiniiiiiniiatinii Aie's book store. Union Nasal Stores O j i copied by Miss Cook in the base- t. iOIL19T'JItI1L.
I I KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. ment not later than 9 o'clock. '
: [l'lIlt--\lI me to speak a : a08r.. HARKS GKAIIAM, J
III. i- favor of Chil1lbt'rl I The finest line of umbrellas in the WW __ _.. .. W5 H... .. 1111 i iWG. PeHacola Lodge No. 3, K. of 1'1' &anth. 'Tsars .
in : : u' ; 2< Go lookat 1If': (,j---- .. 1 3Ti I : .
/ 'med '. 1 smfered for three i i city* at J. I. Stephens' ..--- I Regular meeting Monday night j -- --- tue G" # I
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them. N __. ._. S 4" FIM. of
\ tt.e bronchitis and could: .. _. ...9wi K I 25 I Sept. b. at S: o'clock. Work iu the ; Thos. C. Watson & Co., ;I I
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it uijjtit- 1 tried several The best for the I I K .. ... ............. 2 .5 D .. 1 ; Rank of Knight by the senatorial I j the leading Real Estate Agents take'all -- ---- -

.i .d variou- patent medi- 1 I ifT1Ascn{ priceeversoldhere.O. L.-- ........ i v. c below I ; i ii team. A full attendance request- the worry off the &shoulders of the ] by buying

i-nuid get nothin? to give a \ 1.1 )(. Pryor's Fur i arimiT TUBrisTisi-14; I ed. Members of si-ter lodges owners! of property, manage; the: l Money)

.;li-f I until valuable my wife medicine{rot a':' niture :;tore. I --;; isand : and transient brethren cordially invited renting of their houses and the collection I your furniture
:
'us ; Crab Dishing at Marston $ i a no's
the mouth take \ attend. of their rents as; conscientionely
'- impletely relieved meS .- i iiRiu For a bad taste in to
( 'KMAN: ; KagueU! Mo. i Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver I I tackle to suit everybody, at H. A. LEE, C. C. as they would themselves.ITheir (' Great Furniture Empo

d> is for sale by all drug. I Tablets. For sale by all druggistsand the Willis Hardware Co's. I HENRY HORSLER K. R. fi. charges are very reasonable. J I rium.
< dealers. 1
medicine dealers. medicine



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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA, MONDAY SEPTEMBER. 8. 1902




: Pritchard 'is Very Active. It is the right of every child

STEAMSHIPS PROPOSAL : I Raleigh, N. C., Sept. G.-It Is now parents be well born, and to the m. \
"- -
I -- [ settled that Republican state head parents it must look tor ;

+ YY Y jLY.14r++t.NI.Y .Y.a.tkf BY PROXY (R r ''zL4 quarters will again be at Greensboro, I I S health\ and t,-. ... {\fi

SAN OCEAN TRIP and that the state chairman, Senator i 1 i happiness.How : \

f Pritchard will go there and take O'esponS-bl-II-'g; ir.cnr.ceivaMy ,
: Jij
Orir.al.J
[
t To \LW YORK, BOSTON k "Uncle. I wart your assistance." charge. Republicans are saying that is the parent great t ''-oc-.".,"t...'......'.
will conduct active
t& the senator a quite .
I I HAD ALL "Whiit's the matter, Joe? '
and how that
!' will! responsibility, important "
Of he "
t EASTERN! RESORTS ) "You know Ellen Picktrins! I. campaign. course, l no taint of disease is left in the l-Wl I J

"Yf-s; :: Ion:)) gh'L' aid the new independent movementall i iI Gre
t the child
l L.- 1 .jr29v to be transmitted to helpless i-
.1 Yla t t "I want In r. Sl.iis:: a try advantageous i I he can. The people in various and marking its littU .

l The : iV uatdl. Ht-lp me to yet ber." I counties who are trying to launch the I pitiable suffering
; I. give sores and eruptions catarrh of the nose and throatual.:.
t l OCEAN STEAMSHIP! COMPANY: j, "1lUcall I Le'.y! you?" independent: movement locally, are. ia : swellings, brittle bones, white swelling and deformity.:

i .1 L- )W k.L"I- -' H-K.t'1: "I'ucle, you are ileiottd to Ltr moth some cases, failing to get the men they i II How can parents look upon such little sufferers an :

s? f JO Hours of Ocean Krcezes -r-lon't deny it-and the widow is want al leaders to take hold of the. themselves for bringing so much misery into the \\,::-' :
l } '
t! Sailings each Week f devoted to you. lour iDtlut'nrill matter. Propositions have been made I how .
in
I I disease lurking your system, can you exu-i i
any
't 3 r turn tLe stale in my favor." i to some in this county to this Cleanse blood and build
I from Savannah Ga. I persons healthy children ? your own ::; syouhavenotonly
__ HIM J "I'ooli. toy! l 'o you suppose" n raan turned down. The same for the '. .
end, but were enlarged your capacity enjcyn:< ;
.it theIran., ,.- .1-, II. I. 1'iiur LJtH.mull. Ul bath is HERE'S A BABY I
f a
,, of forty-five, an proper
y I'-I'' i -' I: "" ,, .1. I'r" thing has occurred In Johnston and of life but have discharged a duty all parents owe to p' .
,
kilr.iK'' Mil. r" ", -: V I tr' to iuU-rfere in love affairs:
d \ ,. IT i ',11'I i- I'l-l'I"I person Orange. mankind healthier and happier.
2 k j.",trail": i. > '' \I'' 1. r4'", !I'.I'' "( f.it JVsiilcs! are you sure Miss Pickering I Its Mother is Well. i that reaches deep-seato1
.' ,. .-.: n \- > ''' LM There is no remedy so surely
.. wishes to marry YIlI1 I troubles as S. S. S. It searches.; '
&O..TI M4 American Modiste Will Retaliate.
"un "r'.rwY.T.CNS because the
,/ 14. ... ":\a. I wish your intercession withher The baby is healthy during .
i "" TTIK : E'. ,t &. !.."...-T"I.!.. I I.rN.w..IhI.rtrt..l..e.l f I period of gestation; its mother t1.-t't the New York Sept. C.-American dress- poisons, and removes:: e'.try tart :
vKi \ft
H. Krfrrtv. r.......'.. .,.. Vl too. and purely vegetable liniment.Mother's makers convention week will and builds up the general he-.;:'".
popular in neat ,
'f I\ "Jl.rlla.li., ...n.fiil Lo." J.rL..,nll l .la.! fGKNHKAL "\'t'rr"dl; I will M-* what I can around r'L'! '
( .. are growing up yen. ,:
it is reported for invasion
,!"f lay plans, an
M do.
1 I Friend I putting them on a course of S S >
in retaliation' for the
of ,
Europe
LEt The I1l'Xt't'II'n Major Joseph I : medicine, harmless in its cft.ct.-. .11 ;

"'HI-:\Clt SCUllnrJ-: Stone, feeling in honor bound to keep' I .I manner in which the modistes of Paris a purely vegetable of .v.d\ .
:: I Mother's Friend is a soothing softening, I by both old'ami young without fear any ri.su- s

T>; his pledge;: to Us ntrlieucalled atMr' relaxing liniment:: a muscle! maker invigorator and other European cities have been I Write us about your case, and let our physicians :"h 1 1- I

f l; Following f i' the cied-ile! ->f the ;. l'id t'l'in's. I and freshener. It puts new i'o\\el :I making inroads upon they custom. This will cost you nothing, and we will al-.o send our }HM.skin .;

t government steamer General French "I have rime to plead a cause," be into the baek and hips: of a coming mother. XegiXiations are said to ho in progress SPECIFIC co.. "t-"tI
for the diseases. THE SWIFT AU.- I..
f which THE NKWS prints Fall ncrvou.-ly. "Your daughter is a It is applied externally only there is I I tor orwning fstat>Jitiinents in I
etitit of the merchants who! ..1iP. of ., I
i ami drugs
h lovely woman, and I Lave come with no dosing swallowing nasty London Vienna and Paris where
: their goods to the \ irnuarmy no inward treatment at all. Foley'Kidney Cure make* the Rubber hose, a!,' v '
one
reference to a roiosal"roin American women will stew Europe, I (
posts : The state of the mother during cestatioamay i dipa-ed kidneys ulJd.o thev will I

rd : vas rs I't'nta'nla ?. ... ... t inn a. m. whose litart"The ; influence; the disposition and futureof and especially Americanisitors, that ,, th blood. the milis Hard r' /1'. _
from i
h .. .. .. !'o1 Umite the pid;;'.ut<
; I"AV". Har ranells. ,/5, a m. major broke dnwn."Indeed i the chill; that is one reason why moth- the real art of fitting gormecta is best Palafox.i ii
a t p :.. ,,'. J'leki-u- . :(I N. W. A. D'Aleiub -rte, 121 :S. .
$' ti'r L Li-1'8 iUrrancaiPeuwtofi'a ...... v.15 a. 111'1, : Tlio Luly lofi!:nl curious I ers should Watch their condition and known by makers of rolna who were I trout Onnu I. "

.( n 1 ll'4 Lt'Ih't'. .. .. .. ltlia.: r.l1tlllt'a-t, tl. "I have noticed the RcntlccuinV I avoid pain. Her health, that of the child born In the United States. i I.,'an c.hstllliJ,,t. .i J:. : .

'3t t'' } Arrives-. a trip K"rrant"to Fort 11.1):McKev) a m.and and then th..nI11Alo.I re- attentions to lay 3auchtir. I i iflI1 and their lives, depend on keeping fret Pocket cutlery and scissors \ You will nave \'r"l. .
ol
Ee i
} tarns.to liarrctn.'ao. not surpil-ed." I from pain, worry and inel.inchoy. i Alabama Agricultural" School. \ the finest to the \iI dotr garden* if t1-- -
.
t Lear KarraIH"A' 1 as p. in. good cheer, strong of heart and peacefulmind : from
:
ti Leave I'lck .. 1 : .') 111. 'Ho may b a little oa' as to fte"I I own ground. Your :.t-: -
-ns p. Mother's Friend can and will Athens, Ala.. Sept. C.-Tie North '*
lei J< I,"AVro t'wuardta ... *:% p. in.Liayes "That would be no objection I I \I cheapest at the Willis' a home uLd he cut .1 J i
i assure make so. Fearing down pains, morning Alabama Agricultural sxfiool located
Plckrli. .. .... 5:15 p. in. I you i he
: ;1:! J: p .\rriw "'Hrau'a n::! p. iii. and makes; you." sickness, sore bea"tanllI "ml1la art In this place, opened hs doors this \ Hardware Co I though may tt.n" KEvery : )
trip to McK.Hini rrturn. "ThiMi his income is very United; all relieved by this wonderful retaedy. i I, woman W:1I:1'wn'and .
ln' ;. On Wednesday-audSaturdays: 1"I I bottle. week: for the twelfth session, and the ( if she will ;aTb \ .
; hut >wi MH\ Of druggi-ts i at jl .00 per ', i
:{ Ie t boat wits leave 'liarruncits vi.t 1'ick- "I >eeory clearly! major. The in- Send for our book "notherhood" free. largest opening ever yet had was the ; :\UUWU.tH\' I 03. Watson & t'0laadlnr --

tt.t. a i ei." for Pensiict'lii at 6:3u: p. m. result 1S1 having matricu Real EstatE: :\
r The General French i i" fur armypurposes connis of io cotisepuencef Iy daughter ; tilE ESAOFItLD REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA. GA persons The undersigned take- thb method I
show her how ,
lated. They had fine opwiiag exercises. can K.-. _
wishesis
'( only and any outsider must is \cry well off. What she of :oflerinjr her service* a'* a :.

to V'i nave a p.tss fr.lw the qumeruttstero a man sbo cau iTsi.i-t and love: awl Din Dam. Th> faculty remains un i fir t-:1rss licensed midwife, hav- one -- .

i z take pa-ei2 c i her. bijirot' :'! of. TLc IKTO <.P- ('hang..J'ith the exception that Misa in,.:r had 35 year experience !
1 Of the manyt'nI.tit., for which "\
Can best of references from Buy a new gar- ie
1 t "I'arilon me. leroUm Las nothing""Not I Brown, of Mississippi, is in charge of give

another word!, major. Modestyis Egypt will owe gratitude to England: I the music and elocution. Colonel M, leading physicians: of thi? city. > from the Willi* /Ju, -
r"' for I i'I' 'e
STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE generations and for centuries the I I MRS. M. GIUDENSJlif
the: 1I.0-t chanains of qualities. You K. Clements is president.
w r m building: of the great dam across the ', I 111 South DeVilliers t?t. Company.
r. ,, will lin e qy Nile will rank as one of the most im
and plead cause with her, and i .\ Sail .
tti Bet"t'eu .'enNa.alla an't 'lhun-B'lat your portant. Of the biggest and costliest Disappointment.Ineilectivp I
0 R. MO FFETT'S Cores
{# may you ]hae every success. I shallbe Ctolsra-iEJante t ,
S is1! Huns Rally I Kxcept: !'intlt1ay."CITY I'rouI"The dams now in construction anywhere liver medicine i ii a disappointment 1>r ,. l ti I DiarrhoeaDyKr.im a

r. on the globe; one is in Africa and 10Uft' but don't want to i
you the Bouc tn .
OF! T A \\PA. major disappeared in the music >ir i
America.. The new Croton valley purge, strain and break the glands of 81 ChddrenarAr.Ae

::F; tti .r' 1 v III ton .; ."lUll Lvl'i>n
9 e't'' ",. Ar l'tnioIii.: .'.: ;i'Hin Ar Milioa O.iopmFare. 1'ii'kt riuj; opNI.1 the door of the liar-I and the Nashua ricer dam for Huston's !! Little Early Risers never disappoint.: r 8Aspls (TtRHING.POWDERS) the BOM els. Struct:?

i '(i ''<* : Hound trtprlal. lor, where she had left her They cleanse the system of all poison! the Child M .
water Ii'Ul'i'nrl' row rising steadily. !i *
h'' "Oh. iilen, I thought you were In 'I Each of the two will cost millions of i i' and putrid matter and do it sog-pntly I r ( -'ti: I Costs Onlj 25 cents at Druggists, ,1h s"

thi're. Your hero has come to propos that one enjoy* the pleasant etfect. ..l t ; e Ir mail 2i recta to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D., ST. LOUIS VOTrsKEOEB.

t r t i'w \ii IIIIKM iitlnn Iu Irrluiiliun. It1 I for jou. I'ortull te girl: He is return- ; dollars nr.d will be a masterpiece: of I I' Theare a tonic: to the: liver. Cure ii I II r. At a. Jal ii. KI R. 1 M FFETT M> D irSir-Jus-. : >" od! -i I.. I

A iirael.i-i \I :..,.u i> gaining ;;ruul And cngiutrriug.i'octotti. i:I "ih u: netnrl'idlinr: and preventfever. I II myeiptTn-ir-f with r, uri-n T .., .li n,*. rKETUIN"jr, ,, I li" c'!. niintr ,
In},-. I will leave you here. astIf' "ubl' <-eH"1: K: n r. I n -,0) t! >| -i pr vnp'r: '! f. ,
In the li'ittit | ins of the itrigatinl; region I I Hiriri Pharmacy, JoiniSheppurd L-JII*." .>i 1topss IHmk; .1. I'' .: at-le.'ri- ii I If'rI.-.I' 11 ;; II' ]liH .
major re-entered the mother dis- .. .
h I I I rc err'-1. i T "ttiNt. j. i I I tw w .p- c.
{ ; j is 0.:,: ..I j.i'o\vii.! :: alfalfa! o t> acover "L CnuUl Not Help Her. : Sidney Kahn the .., t.C i 1tI I --i, _
al'pttri I I -- --- - tS -
lor th- of shading: I 1 ,'-, .' ::1I.t.n, Edt. r.ol : i''M : ; .
crop purpose; "
I I"mUiaIS mistaken, major. "I tad kidney trouble for yKirs, : I -
I + ,11; ) the soil :uid l thus rediieinx soil teinpvnituro Here I am." writes Mr:. Raymond Conner of !i Strl.'..'M tr the I'rV H.

1 and iH'i-hups of avoidini Hie! ill "1 ntu glad to sir you looking so :>helton.Vali..: ";Iud the doctors I In an old! rupy ..l" lrd-I1I" Cuitii'; : - -

r + effects of tbe! retleetion cf '..unl!:!:: sun could not help rue. I tried Koley'o I to r.onollJl1'-,. 1 mead that a visit tn 6a o
well
1 ckirn'in;;, for a woman cannot i
f t }I<':lt froi.ii: suM.otli Mirfaee uf |light Kidney: Cure, and the'en' first doe I the ofiki of the Tiiri-s tiuriiu.; tin-1! >::'" i,
look! 'lIrmin'ithout feeling charia-
If
r r I (,tllu/'t..1 l s.lll I 'Or the ill cffet of ""urllill;; cave me relief! and I au now cured. I the "liupe iiariiii'! is at work i--sM: ir: :
) : in This will mule easier a delicate
:: i
{ t, tift '4 cult of !IUl'W:>" t by dean! summer cul- I I cannot say too much for oley'sKidney off! its imprvssions ;it tIll rite <>f J 17"
rub s:<'n i have to execute. "
a II
Cure. W. A. D'Alemberte
minute "t ho"I''lI
t limIn s.'h i-.iM'" more irrigation laneeilrtl copies a -11I. an
"I it u listening. I 121 :ss Palafox.
3 to !-.I| ply! enough water for the I I'J present a eight not fa<:ily to 1 In furcotten. :: i
t "I came to plead a cause, the cause
: 4: growth: of I*,:It! trei$ and cover eroj, i I "The \tTaii'; daily circulatimi i iC2.Ji is 1I 1 the
tf who loves
I one 'ou. ,i
L -Ift I'criK ( r('"". I ), and the value of tin* :id u'rti.eI i iI
;r: "Oh. major! dropping: her eyes. I
'( li.f Take Care of ill" titot"a.Ii. "Yet who aihuits' that lie needs The purity of JiUl'is'I''n can IH I meats Is estiiuitHl at <.VJ1; per pup1; . one
'. .' I quite readily and fairly accurately I : colutan- The ilutis paid to the Q,
,
The nun or woman who-e di.e-- some; ritual to help him. I
t tested by diss<.ilviijg it iii strong ammonia i government for PIMT. iKlviTtiM-iui-nts I
f r tion i< perfect anJ whose ctouiachperform "He needs no one but my mother.If I
watt If pure, all of the paris and stamps alone amount to $-7.;i.un.i
t"t h it- every fuacti'Mi i i. never she is pleased. there is no one eke I
; i'lck.thl] l cienn't. :, purities andswuetens I to |I" i-oiisidpred." green will dissolve, the solution; turning annually. This stupiii'l.,!is cstalilUlim !! p"

g! w the stomach awl cure positively II a dtv-p blue l ( .I"r. UudissolvedsiHliuier.t : I <'iit employs 2MJ i"i-ple daily IIU Its
t "Your mother M-iit me to you, wish
5 p-ruiuipiitly all ,-toui ch liKSic-.ites: impurities or adul prcinis.'s. Scani-ly an e' cut can occur
She has noticed the I
i" '' troubles, Inul.e.tioaaud, <'ypi-p-ia.: inc me success. teration. Aiioilior tet is to place a anywhere cf vvliicli its t-mis".irii's an
rift of this affair. and the will tie delighted !
;
k: I It i is the wonderful recwntructiv !little of the paris green bttwevu two not propiirt-d to mpply' the earliest amid Ai i SO -

:, tonic that i making; t number s'ttt.e'I'inn's

!j.! people well mid weak pe-tpln strong Lave {" 't.no,1 iiuulty. while the together.; adulterated with lime, I upitcanil on Jan. 1. l".v .
i t1 I. by conveying t.> their! b. .lie.. all of r.iui. though a trice youu fur }'ou"- barium I FINE WINES LIQUORS ETC.
similar
sulphate or white materials i I'unipntre: tinXtxv Yorklcw"l'alK'r oft
the nourii-Min'iit! in the) food they I "lia ha! What a pleasant irony! ,
'"i.. .j it will appvar to turn white iu i ( ''ay with the "Thurnk-rvr" of forty
: eat Itev.J. 11 HolUday, of Hollay 'fl.,' man is just the 1 would I
;# ", .' -y, M i-s., write : Koil.d h-j,; cured ace places. Kans tret.-u of good quality I is live years :Jo-<' reullltlO:1 :SZQff; *) and
d'/ios!'. You know 1 am a thingof
r .A. :. -. I cou-i! ii-r it the best remedy' I young i Intfiisvly l.iilit grw n and ulllft'rm.I I I presses that print iMilKK sheets an I S. A. FRIEDMAN.

4 : er uaed tr d.v.-pep and >toma'ch twentycIht""ll. :' When :ulult<'l'at,>*I. the green IiiM'Ssimu Lour:-:Nev York l'.....=".

' ... ., t tr ulile I waiveu u!I'1 pyician .- has iu-iny estimable qualities I : tliiiiuol: its ii-.tfiisity:, and is grayish P. O HOX all TKI.M'HONh i'
F '!. Koii.ilav -d my Itf". Take can assure ;you He i,,-well, he is :i ; u.d
t I zrniMi ;i.- nottluys ullifurm.I .- A NewJersey I-Ittur'e Tehiinionial.M. i I. I
i
I 1 : it after mea's. Huryis' I'lunaacy, Lit of :i tl'itld'I ihilfs! liVm.l" liirectur Maine Esperiineiit -
Jjliu Kjlin.Thr 'I I I T. Lynch editor of the Philip- ,
r ; ? yiieppurJ. Sidney "Oh. major, how you r.ause me! Atr'.rltr
:Slitinj.; burg, S. J., Daily Po-t, writ. : -I
w ;, : You are !'Iumhlill11111! \:; r> !ICE AND WOOD.f
have used kinds of rncdicitu--
;. Tn.clilr. Wall :
you stumMed up Sun Juan hill.; .
for COIIR-! and colds in f !
I i it Mrs. \lsio'hOh.. dear! "T\! .. my t was tin easy job compared: ('IL
p't c8 but never ? ; : f Mrs. Gltlblll'h:1's the f
trouble? with this taklii).' tint his bandkeivhiefsiiid /rpz/Y.r I ley'- Honey :aiid Tar. I P.11ItM i. ytun

It -\1\ Mrs. VY'i-.iii; _U--I"ra so juilucky.51y ; wiiiiu! the perspir:itlon. .
much in ['ral'" of it"Y. A. THIS ;-r\lMKIi: TliE'BI I ELHi K
nit sienatare Is en hex of the genuine I
old IIITM-I i- < left me. nn/ 'hI' II"W "1 always slid Major even when ", every U'Alembertt: S. Palafox.There's : .

y '.: .. one I haveo imnliable! that I don't Ltllo: :girt, that I would marry n: a.I Laxative Bromo=QuinincTabieu -_-- !I SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW.
hi-- fLOitxiy \bat carts a cold tn vat day,
f fei-1 1 at dU: !! i-\ iu ':1mind unless I but .: In ro."

i. "t' ... I I tee the i-'. i ."< '1. at Iwist; two or thriv "That's too bad," disappnir.tedli"The : real Intol;; money to Dt- made
'Ik III estatelotof it. A rnai estate : Thompson Olsen dc C .
> times n w,-. 1; !l'"s, so esas;>eniting: licroisia la this case-the hn-oKm sign i* usually a finirer-board: to : .

i f. i Cbicago tr.t.'i<:"!leraM.yt of pk .ie.il courage-has never yet CASTOR I wealth. Thos. C. Wateon it

'h l lol'n proved but I dare say upon opportnr.ity" For Infants and Children. CO. the leading Real Estate nrm I Manresa Street, Telephone 1.-..- -
i 1 - --- -
r ( ".n lnll' tl-r *,:Jrct. I nave some offers which it would
,
; : ? She-\Vell. I..' us ehrume: the subje; "You dear majnr: Yon say th;!thna'eutly ;>< The Kind You Hays Always Bought be worth your while consider. Go ,
t t and ,i-eethern to-d1y, and dou't wait
,. ; Tie done nothing; bat talk about uiyK"lf as if it were really trim A till tomorrow.I1efricrttorsWe. I i WICKS & COa

'tr, r' :, Y all eennii.He .-: Doubtless you think it sj. The sneatet Bears theCura /

' l ''' :.'::i I'm sure we couldn't find anything denies lire the least awn: of their, of "' a

..c' better h-roUm. One tins! 1 will :iduiit -lie have
Plumber
1 ",. ."_..' .'.' She- Yerj well then, snj>i">sp you I er.us.a iaiii is a military lu-ro It I few left, which we will sell Gas and Steam Fitter,
,
}; talk about me for awhile.-I'.rooLlynUfe. I do-si.'t' f-'\ifow that he has eouruge in NOTICE OF ELECTION. at cost. Marston Qidna.. ,

.r "t ti-llnj; a woman he loves, her." Totlif 'lnTHT ul F.-.-'nutbut t'uuutl Statrof
-- -- No. & South Palafox Street
\ -- --- Florida -
I
-t
1 confess there is some" cowardice I ,
t1 Avoid -triourefolts of kidney or I Ie it known that I. H. Ciay 'rswlord. All Kinds 01 Plainbins and Gas Fittings Materials Kept m.ttEL6PtioNE hyd
ti this case A man should" not employ : Secretary of State of th. State of KtorlJa. j
.
:> J 'sc bladtlerdinrder by fakicg 1'oley's 12M1 'LA
; fOENMAOOLA
I
Uo hereby\" notice that a
!
s *' ''Ii: 1idueyCure. W..1. D'AleiUbttte, I [ any one but himself! to plead Liscause GENERAL ELECTION I.2if I _
; f
4 I'.thx. with a Woman""But ,
? w 121 S.
- .i; will he held in E-ranthla County, State; cfKloriJH. Iii
e lusuuia doesn't count you oa Tuesday next succeeding the HLI I
? 'il I..noYou can't be accusctl or covJinlice irst Monrtny In :ovpmber, .\. 11. j' c.! theBard : .A. :
it S ;l. .\ i;..n..nl"loh',1 Tr-r. Tuesday bem< time M..AvergI
trI'tkin to her nrst Major.
: '
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; ,'i+ '. : Itrlteman-W.at: do you know about KOI'RTH lily OK NOVEMBER:: !

t,"!'{". :your genealogical tree you are as utterly unlitted for a For one K,'pres-ntative of the Third Con- I
+ 1 : IIr..1o)1I81( lu-trlct of Florida, ia the Killyfcxti TO A''F.RY t W.XILKHI.K
\ \. pn i ; Groucht r-t'ncaloeal: tree l jourM If fitted to lead men in :;ttle11. ." i For secretary of Mats of the State of t I I
". nil! The only! r.ticestral timber 1 know IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
M s ; .. "\\'.' then\ to cut the matter short Kiondit. I
j ; : nlHMit is the alMirigiu.il forest where, For comptroller of the Mate of Florida II

tR ''f ncconling; to Darwin, my remote IroIenitols you accept? i l-or one JutKn of the supreme: Court of I wr
n "I do most assuredly; and with the tate of 'Iortllll.i : HARDWARE.
my
used to swing by their tals.:1 .- | For two Kmlrond Commissioners! of the i

:'" Angeles Herald.Ponnnard. whole heart. | State: of Kiond.t.. !

1v / "Then, having; nothing more to do. I ort t. senator fjr Ke ond senatorial Ii ,
1 1 I shall v k-h good District of the State of Monda Iron, Nail Axes.! Hhov h. Haw Mill and KtHupplies '/ '
you eveningand
Carfft.First aery I'ortwo.MeintK'rsof tbe Howe of Kepresentatives -
r r much happiness" moving! away. of the tale of Florida. i nx f4 t I Cooktu and Heating Moves, Paint, f.
a. 1 I"Ish--'bnt's the matter with I For Tax A -'\'sor. I Window Glass Guns, Pistols and: Fi'hing'fa-
c St : Finback ? HP iauhsiee'Jv.: I For Tax Collector. i i
"I drawing ; Kor founty Treasurer. Agate and Tinware and Uoiisefiiriitoliiu :; (ioodv+
4 ,T r t't'cond fish-Y.'s! ; he's drinking: like I I For five County Commissioners.
'
I I
t h human beicg.Pucfc.There : reproachfully.\ FortbrePmember.oftheCounty: Board vrr6'A< \ i V83!
Jt ? i+ 'Nothing whatever. It's all settled." of Public Instruction ,, 1 AOEXH FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL CO.MFA

Then I \ \' something! to do. |, ijllowiDg For J Justice Justice the Peace! in and tOt the Revere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton EIJI" .-
Districts via
;i is a rich sound in closing! aback Throwing her arms about the major. ,, :No. 1. ; A Contented Wheel Co., Liftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson K I. '

door that only a few people have No. .. somine, Iron King and Buck Stoves and Range, W:
she drew his face down till his
i lipswere For Constable
tpportunity to enjoy.-Atchison Globe. J ustice Districts,in vii and for the foltowln-e Coups & Co.',; Raw Hide Lace Leather, Ma-ur; -
within an inch of her own. t :
:No. I. Womanis Made Railroad Colors.
I "I know you love ml"".. dear major o:1.:

t., though; you have been too blundering No. 4. I Masonic Temple. @ Pensacola, .
I :%o :I the one who has the wisdom to
to tell me so, and I love you dearly." I o.I\. -

"By thunder."' exclaimed the major '!j The attention of the sheriffs is called to i ne: Gas for cooking as well as for
I

k i Tki nifn tnri< on every box of the g"nnine I internally!! then externally: "Lore you: 1 I tot the! law said requiring election to them be published to cause a in notice a newspaper of- illuminating and heating purpose?. W. B. WRIGHT GOfDPA YI

!$ laxative BromO"QuiaineT biets I I have" loved you since you were a I|I paper in printed the county in the,county if there, if be there no paper be a It's "on tap" every minute of the 21 r1L111

iZ the remedy that car a s cold iu one day, child. published in the county they shall cause at hours a-ready-to-use affair, you *

I in least the most," copies of this notice to be posted see ; it's a labor saver ( no ashes) and ', J MANUFACTURERS AND DEALEK-
public
places In the
I Marston $ Quina have "Confound that uncle of mine! said In Testimony Whereof. I have hereunto county set does the work quickly certainly and LATHS

some very nice Dressers and Joe Stone, Jr., shortly after to a [L.J of my tbe hand State and of affixed}Florida the Great at Talla-Heal: well Talk to us about gas. LUMBER, ,

( I friend. "I b"*...... the Capital, thu the
sent hm to plead ray canse first
)rash Stands very cheap. day of September.: A. D. tll; f: r"cl s S''
Just the thing to go with with" a girl, and he got her for him I H. CLAY CKAWFORD. Pen acola Gas Co SUED CYPRUS 3 SHINBLES--1'; .

I self. ANNETTE OVERTOS.Subscribe i sober: ot tale.I .
To E r ,,
George Smith :! E cambla
Iron Beds. I I County a:7oawd; ) 25 and 27 E. Garden St. Ptniaccla Fla. -- PENSACOLA, FLAr.'y
s -1 .. lot Ta a \awes; hOc per week. ,
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1902. I !


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She Threw Baby Into Well. SEISMOGRAPHS. Nasal I FRUITS AND FLOWERS. S 1

N C.E'pt.. ti.-A neyrc I EtYs

,. 'i-fn olaced in the Drilre For the Automatic Recording AM 3A The
e peni- CATARRH pQr plc Ii cherry likes a good soil but Is

r. : i e.-rVP 15 years. She of EllrtbqnaJ.p. I very impatient of much moisture. It
h In a paper OIl artb'juakes In all its st&stg there c0ro a yGO ,
health andVolcanoe's' must have
This!
'I..d! fatI dttT lEVER good drainage to do well i I
solid be cleiuiuiiess.Elj's .
.I her irom the gallows.rl in thf Century Mr. James I With all flowers, It the seeds are not

was particularly horn'IP 1-'. Kemp: professor of geology iuCoiumbU I Cream, Balm wanted it is an excellent rule to remove [
reaaee; .!nntheeandheai: ri
university writes L(5 1'S.
'w her child in a well! as followsof I :JJe 1lIse:1-tJ the seed vessels as soon as the i 1.1.or

'r was used several days this; progressive department of sci- 1 I'curr+rata&tanidrlvesawry : :-\1 I bloom fades. I

A*.t \\ a., digco'erpd.Bntish once: a coal .a tie ttaiCrrttin .. IftWCOo/ : Usually in the first year after the orchard : ,
Earthquakes| come suddenly andI'l'UI.I quck J I
is planted out the young trees Infants Children.
Calm is Into the nostrui; and
are apt to be placed spreads
so
agitated as to make
a large growth, and this is UK
Imports and Exports. lie over the membrane aud i it adorned.! Relief:: u immediate -
.s lit 6 -The! statement ot poor observers. They are also unable I and a cure1ollow'!, It is not 4ryicg-do*, best time to shape the tree. Castoria j H a liarmlo substitute for Cantor Oil, Par<<'- )

to determine the directions andi44teatties In I 'uri<', Drcpaud Soothmjr SjniK. It is 1'let-:ult. It
.. ii trade for August shows i tot produce sneezing. Large Sue :5o cents at Drug forcing strawberries they shouldnot I
of the motions. Various gist';: or by mail:; Tr.al! Si.e. 10 cents by maiL be allowed to overbear or the fruit I I curtails neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic i
ot $. F't'tlil in imports Instruments siib"taiu'p. It Ir have therefore been invented ELY BKOTIIERS.M; Warren Street. New Tort will be small. A moderate of good ( > s allays >
< of JJ71.500 in crop It Uiarrhu'ta:1I1 Wild Colic. relie\es Teethe
a. p exports. to cures It
accomplish thi The
;: simplerones fruit is letter than a large yield of
lot Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates; the
consist of a series of cylinders Man to Be Sold on Block. small berries. .
Stomach and Botvelgiving; healthy and natural sleep.Tlie .
; ,;rence Society of Friend. or blocks in rows at right angles to Shelbyville Ky., Sept. I 6 Fisher Walnut, hickory, pecan and other Children's. Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
Sept 6.-Fully 2.000 d.ln l- each I
other, which having;: haws of Million, a negro who was indicted in nut trees make excellent shade along

attendance upon the II- different sizes will be upset by shocks 1-jl for vagrancy, and who has been the f oadskles and in the putureThe The Kind You Have Always Bough I ,

S ter 'nre of the Society of of different intensity, and by the direction is about
at large since, has beor.! rap cherry the only fruit tree suit I
the f'nitM State in t&i of their fall in a bed of soft sand tuned in Lawrenceburg and tried before able for this Purl"'se. Bears the Signature of

t "urr ark. N. J.- give .1 clew to tin motion. Liquids, Judge; Davis in the county court. Begonias grow well in a light, sandy I i

especially quicksilver, in basins with The Jury returned verdict of guil'y loam, with a small addition of leaf 1 i d

i- WILL it'V trial size of holes at various heights will wash tip and fixes his punishment at ben; mold. They are quite at home in the I i

i I'ulm: ; enough to con- and down in particular! directions will sold Into servitude for a period of 12: shade, but require a warm moist tem % i I

it it H the ,'j'reate oft >pall through particular holes and thus perature to develop best
months' the highest
penalty He
will
u-i-iul: catarrh or cold in give in'll'ations. Pendulums may beset
.
hull -ize GO ceut.. AllV swinging in different planes and be put on the block and soM Into servitude Wonderful Mrcllcal Fent. I In Use For Over 30 Years
\ mall it. by the sheriff if a purchaser
: so on; one readily apprehend the At Hellevue
may hospital, New York, a I ter CF..u COMP.Ny. n so..ar.vnrrt NFW 0" tnt
.- V; Warren Street ran be found. The officials hardly ._ .&Zf!: J!
III!!
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Miipv of the-; douce*. man named Smith \\ 1m had endeavored "-i\.h .. ..
New York. I In serious the I know what to do in the event of no to -
more attempts
I .. Alb'IDX. great commit suicide by cutting his
iTf ft. Y.
(.I', HR/). :-I 5uiIfrtdi I objects! are to obtain first records of pale. throat was rwrntly cured: in a most : THE C AithiN SECTION :

it.trrh and tried diller- nu>ton in three pl.mes at right angles remarkable fa!-bi.u. .\ tulle was 111serted i

without ellect. After to on. another; second: records of the Four Horses Cremated into the wii!dpii>e, so that the I II I ooFPensacola o

.. ->f your Cream li.ilm Inti-n-ity of the shock and third of the liartow. Fla.. S<>pt. 6.-Friday mornIng man could breathe but symptoms uf

1 iiid I cannot praise : exact time of beginning; and closing. between 1 and :2 o'clock the livery pneumonia appeared. So the doctors I Florida..

i remedy.M If lone or hove iiistrinni-nts can be | stables of R. C. Carter at Kingsford placed a kettle of loilinjj water beside ,

L'OKA \VlLLAKI. constructed having a heavy weightso 1 were discovered on fire. The horses the bed, a pipe from which conducted I Near East Hill Electric Terminus.
Railway
I supported that It will remain rela- were all saved except four which periehed hot vapor into the artificial w 1111pip,'. I .
-- ---- -
ti\elx unmoved \\ llile recording plates in the ftames. K. that m he breathed l a steady jet uf

--GOLA= rub! ai.r.tipftt; its projei-ting hatreds. and I ---- hot vajHir passed into lue injured man's j Beautiful Lots for Sale.
I I \n Era of ('nlnllll/. ...
j if it connected with a flock by some 11I1I::::>t. A tent was also placed, over his
| Un'ort: utuit uly (;'\HI -aljllil. ii l>ua-
and Corn Meal Wills.Z I electric or other! attachment all the tot so that no clnllms! draft might play accord'I'I J
Gsk tad in ot'ji-cts 1 bi- approximatelyobtained. i slur, has been alIno destroyed by lire iii-m him. '1'11:1: \'j.t! him froi.i thethr 40x137% feet at from- $75 to $200 each,

r J & CO., Prop I, : These ujaj are the general prmeiplos i i with a loss of millions of dollars. The .ate'14ed iiih-uiiiiini.i. and tinmau: ing to location and surroundings. II
liuht, intluuiuuiUU.- buildings \\'l'reon- I
; ..
ua.ull .
thr.-.- *
of : and afraiujvithiii w a
ln-a\y
Nal. Itacc ere I. seismographs; by i I structcd chieflyitli the dread of ruin I Exceptionally Good Neigkborkood View
iuliim :. inserted Beautiful ,
l cn< by pondulnms byj
l\\n rUKGKOI'M 11 :
and burned like tin.
'1'1' by enrth-nntke Cures Eczema and Itching Humor "

...TIII K t- KKI: j bracket: at right angles: and by in- der. This gttniratioii is nflli! <*te
in : "nuitry, for there' h .1 jreinou-j r''f''rl- diagrams which them- :> cnlamftt'ti in n fiii>' I jurth; of thiJOIP > Try.

.- :..UL.M H.m"Si1UrRctlft'r.! nuy your !Meal\ ani. sehis may move by cl-ickwork, very : .\ to an extent ahuo uInoufoI'! B. B. 15. I( Botanic l.b.od Balm! ) i-\ Tho grandest opportunity for investment ever

| I'fH.1 data Lave tarn -uvuri'd. They I
-larnuUonelnaa>- ('t'ntllril'S.V\\ York. Trlltune. now recognized a* a certain :and sure offered in Pensacola.
\ ..tt.n tie communitj 14411 i .-.h.that the mo\emvn of any - 1
beceQteai for Eczema Itching :Skin, Humors -
AM indirectly ORCHARD AND GARDEN." cure
a >i ,' / yutkHuof j particle in the earth are cxcee.liiigly I I'I Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
Bli.terg .
Yoo ; Scabs t calecVatery --
labor.
owe i-ompj.-x and ditiicult to follow.Thort' I !
.
.: -v in bleb you live and. I August: is the month in which to bud Fnnple-j, Achinir Hone* or
i i was nij automatic tH-isnifcraph 'I
'H o vour lacport I .
1 In <-\M(.ru North .Atiu-ri at the tim peach trws.j Joint, HoiU, Carbuncles. Prickling -V-Clu.bbs

of the Charleston shok, but sinci! 1 j In selecting trees give preference to Pain in the Skin Old Eating Sore*. i

: : :DUAL:\ CARDS. ] those with smooth, healthy looking; Kot.uiic lllood Bdin .
._ |I then a iitiinln-r have liven ttabllshod. I Ulcers etc. : I
-- -------------- bark. Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
Earthquakes have ln-en specially stttil- j taken internally, cures the worst audi
I
W. C. ROWE, M. D. I Jed III Japan and Italy. In the former Apples and peaches should not be i I mo-t deep-seated ca
.n' IT !o i. I'aUtox:. country there i is a soismolidcal:: society | picked or handled when wet with dewI I I purifying and vitalizing) the blond. I".C. BRENT WM..II KNOWLK8.: W. K. HVEK JR., J. 1'4. KKKbR.1'resldtnt. : I

with proci-edings, ; which now nil i I or rain. thereby giving a healthhlood -up- Vice-Pretdcat. Ottiier. A6s't CciblerOF .
A. m and 1 ta M p. to i j ply to the skin. Botauic'Hlolld Balm
.1 several' volumes. I Sulphide of potash is death to all
Is the only cure to stay cured, for

Phono CO.x I kinds of plant mikeCoe one ounce these awful, annoying skin trouble. ;

I l) >nliif"'s {:loom IK ( ',up,1I .i to four gallons I of water and apply in Other remedies may itlieve. but B. First National Bank ,

I the form of a spray. B. B. actually cure-, !healevery
;:. | by local application tltt'caulI"t
:: x N XW**: *"**"** I IVt'ore and I'ive" the rich hlIjf i
i :going into fruit culture find sore
'reach the di-1-a-.ed portion of the
PUBLICITY( \ FOR 1 I ear. Tiiere! i is only one way to cure j out what varieties your land is Lest health to the -kin. Buildup tl-e

1 ; constitutional adapted to produce and thosea 1 broken-down body and makes the PENSACOLA. FLA.
deafne--'-;, and that iby give -
THE PEOPLE. : :.. blood red and nourishing.! EpeculadvNed .h
r.'uu'dieIeafii i is ca t1-l netie* the preference. 1 I
for old that
chronic case
DII: : .la 01o n.,
| by an inll.uiied condition of the uui- When i
trees refuse to andappear
; pear prow: doctors, medicinee and hot I
I h 'i Lout "fOil a Cent 1'1.1\; : ; lining:; of the. Eu-taehian Tul'Iu..n )!'. j t dormant, cultivate them wellalld springs fail p'ltput to cure. Iruggitji.I. i WM. H. K OWLE:;. W A BLOUST F. C. BBBN'I'N.. K. UYEK.JL
: \\ tbi-tube i. illlll1IHd'uu have
11 j Fsety Wrrd is Read ,: Imperfect hearing. i apply a good dressing of vooj To prove B. B. B. cures, pampl ent D. O. BRENT, .
I i a fIImIJiIl"! sound or -
st
ItM l + I "lItird'lo'lI 1 aslios: around them stirring the ashes free and prepaid by writing Blond I
eryhody.
: and when it is

A .' i 1I, afue i i-; tin re-tilt and! unlfssthe !into the soil. trouble Balm Co.and, free Atlanta!: medical, Oa.; adviceent Df-crib. : rorl! Q U A t ((5 I I

.j .. 1.'I'( 1.I.r" u. :nd iiitl.uniiiation-can this tubfr.t..r"ll be to It taken- imrnial out i I i K.'l'y'Honey and Tanpeculiar: I ill -e.iled: : letter. n m an U a I 1

Q
i i t-Mion unproved reel' e..,, condition \bearing! will be de-troyed iv I ;id'ipted for chronic throat trout t7111c3Td'R211.3earl r '
11
at low --- -----------'-
.oOr .IIIBII mount* I i furt'\'I'r : nine cases out of t< n .,r.- le- iiid will pomtively pure bnuicliit- lie k'id Ycu Hate '
&Qi
-T I'nil on h>">hB p;. hrooki I I the V-We draw onr OWL Bills or Eicnuaxe on imat hritata, Ireland
: caused catarrh \ihich! !i- uotl.iiiL' .l"a\
,. _'"4'S I'.ildlol ht.. l 1,11..13mlm liy : !li "nr-on.end :all br I but all inll.uneil condition of tin- ', ->.- llefu..eub-=titute-. \V. A : :gn..tUle # Germany; Pruco. Austria, Italy Ho'!I/Hd. "paiu, Belgium, RGBS!*, Koi I l

--- mucous surfaceVe -. E) .\I>nibiTte.. 1 121 1 :rU;. Pal tfox.tea' I Qf F CIl1tI / way,hweden, Denmark lAud other Earrpean countries
-
1'\\ -I" "HI 0".11 moths :
l \ will give ()n" Hundred Dull.ii-: -- -
h"now at.y xiii'iunt you wantri : C..ICH..STER'S ENGLISH
,.,t t.'rinit'.-1 lowest rnti!i | for any caw.of Deafnecau( -< d by 'p I DrVeij..elt! Disbursed apon tits Mos J KaTorabJe: Term, and ibell
.. until.- .n' 1II0'ro\.d city rralA L I. catarrh that! cdiinot be cureu l h.y F CURE YOURSELF ; I YRYAL ILLY.f 1 Obligations Taken Parable at Pon oiD&popit 6E'lJluloL Ten or FUtaa Day .
in t.-.T! .'inn tturi) .
In-.t I Hall'-Catarrh Cure.: rend; for en 40I eiSdAI dlnrh.rgr.Ign.nlllittl.n,, .tlrglasi wed c I r.ly...UrHHHKs1fcli's nrnui.r.-. .. sftsrVeseel Afrmr.stw'Sefetr w ...
1 culars; free. Uu.rmwl imutnw or ul 'atnii9of t \.:.; ( : I.V.UMl:
.
\ '' .\ \si 1"I'IIKI..OlIO; ":YI 1 CHE.NKY&CO.: : Tult'Jo.O.Soil ,. Ir.rrnlai 0.1 to .'0cture.it.dg, tiiucouf, and nii'bii n"t aattia-ran H.J'ainlivi I -'.ilt.\'r "WI.'tern' 'I''l.nlil'1.IK*. "-a.. otlirr. It-R..r..rd.. JPoresor: Rent In Connection

i'r -i' 'iiiiiin a' '.y'FtL 11-ure! buy your or property ell real pro-t'8' by DruggUt-i.; 7oc. .a TILEIAi&CNLWC.tCO, gruturpnaiquna I .-.... \;, tl..a-ro.l .. nuh.rliunon.J Icall.. with which we hj-YG e. Pn-rn Apartzsont for t1eUaa
t'"r deecrlpttOn.harI e ;1NCINNAnO Sued by DrorrgLAt., -1s.:: : : : ;;: : :
i npS ally -- of Rontprs.WE
.
.
or Bent in pta ,
0.a.4 wrapiw-r i. -Krl'i-rrur L.d.rnm..ua ere
-L'-I I orouf taxi-fc Attended to .. Z- ,, ..
lif eapre. |> i.I, for / Mml lO.tlwo l
4. r-p nr ''''" -.tor
; M 'iildr.-ss '1 h.... C.: %'A'ntson Co. SHORT STORIES. ,. .
e4 Ot II O) or 3 tn.ttlis. 1J r) n- I hl lirfrr< ftr..I..1 t.
.
.. .. ,. .
u' n1 .i. Insurance Bg"nts. PtnhiiID A 4 Circular exjLt vq Icyl.rnF '1 'I... .u.. 1'1111.' t't
i !ual' 0(.., 11I",1'>'111\8.- ] 1-ynryone >
I. t r..m urt .will. lend l moot'1' Tht'tear'-) lUvstG4.: .'S boa +'s. in WILL-FURBISH YOUR HOME FREE !

t, t i iu.l
I I1..1 II !.-.. THE NEW GROCERY STORE. Wr.l 1-wiiT for onr !1\.01,
ItlMllll. ,
II iii .. ,
.. -> : lral..1 """ "> e HI M : III i : I IIy I
>
...... ,.. '.. Ito
of the Hu.ooo Ameriean soldiers \\ h.inartirpate'el K I. '; .t" I. n..r I"." .." ,not
'.t-N' t- I.a'I..IIttllrnl.h..t. Mrs. ,. wr v\r I..' sr.1'! ,i. .
(. I\ i It. .'Uvviii : ; ill the Mexic-sin war onl\ --- II a'N.' 'I".. W cu. Iwo i "L.. ..... ..'rl, .t .1. .q

a, _",i.j.r. _> : IS"r1ht.r""In"I'! about o.1118'! are lit III;:. I $- I I I I !: : .I.rnlslu.t..q'*li. "t IVrfirnth.ii, ,"','.' r .. "ote..
WILL .. .. ..,...., ,..
MOVER chi i "I i Ii. "I
; 'or let-in There it a pigeon; range near !."< G a J ...., .
I'''''''''''' imlh." n".iir.l. I L i s i I. ;s. !
I Angeles whii-h seu.l-, about .,, ur.III.d. s. I...,,' I ,r.. I Ike I
1 1 ur s.ii.lur :!. .t'-a n-room every year 3 \ B r it:. I'l-i'ii" Ls.utlhn'.n-.- -."- r mi t
i ,ir',. i I IIHSI- and lll-Vlllinri 4AUOii squabs] to the market Keeps a Complete First-Class Up-to-Date Stockof Ilnmc, :nav" "' '.. .
Hf.n'ii-'l' : liuusr in good con- i_0 JHK"\ui.VM.T; ...... l'IAu r ..;. 1 Jj
I"tlr..nt by'fetdtKp.. The sand tiltnition plant in All.-my is M 10% -I 'Ilia tfllll tug I .1.,, ,10,1 I IC A
p..I'1 Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No r llr-..-.I.fll'Ui/-l .t In. ) nTUT at t/
.
\ .1\ alltfI saving nearly :,1I1J' !i\es JlMI..1 'T *'. Ul; MlMIl < l.i t-: .
> a year, HAthown .. ..... "I .... II ore f 3 i I
tr : I i H rt.unl. i i I li'.i-. if i
TIC .i til- f
.'OKAl I':. by comparative statistics.No 30 W. Covernment St., Salisbury Block .i i I" !t t.. .. 1 l.i M in..:$1 ,'. ".iiih.s K .,..s .1 '
)t I 'II' t" ( ik. I."".!!, "'''. s,... ;,, t. 11n't o' ,_ i
less than CI(4iJ I.(xxacres of <"tiia ,.
I I .1' oiL"i IT I'll t- I. ff /I"l -I | -I-
( I PIT i-iMit In-low COt: a tintimfin. TII.KIMIONK: 827. 'p" 1I ,
1 .. nearly half the island; -are forest. j 1.r, I. y
m in !! faetur) : .J. yp
1.- '. jjst, 'h..ks. and I., -. '.- ." i .- ,- \1'1 I: .1-v Ant- .rh*!., ,1 I
i.nun1' organs Thir'y species of haulm alone are found: I '. I '1 '
J 1 r I I. I
in a VA )r .n. 4.t.
i I.I i i-i-I M b -luC cost at Fiahrr'i I' ,
tliere. I nimilvie Mi U.'fc' U1T 111'I'.D'' drlu. .
The Star v
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"I' ii 'l urraSonA: Laundry

I | :-H must rti-slrfthlf lot in'i') The average number of counterfeit ;, 5ALVONA SOAP CO., [cc. 12th & Pint Sts., ST. LOUIS, MO.

ins eases now handled annually! I;
", -Hfrv terms. by the Fiber S :r4csr-jc I
\-iicy, :=!1 '. South 1'iUafoi: j iilm.tt ,>ii. and of this number nearly .
Busiest Best -
I"\tm Biggest
-__ I I.I. I IJ :.u t"'r
.I.J 11"1" \, :ililf.l. : habitual I l'r im ill:'Jo.. '.
-. I !'lilVl, bt'CI lilt: !I7.I'c1 t' 71Sr
.
The oil from suudl wer wed has been

t'\ i1!\li-n i '''III.n t.i Iran!. free barber w..rk. rxpertlI. Untie !i found to be an (.\,..' ient substitute fur An Evening: Call on .uh-crtpuotr rVn Ja.i: : i-- -

,I-. ',...ht,atunlxt ww ky wage.r"\julr..d.', KuarRn.1 WeI l l.prci..l (\'i\.. oil. It also IMS po-ssililiitle" itryatt'l'ait'r.\, ;. "' 'l'ine! ( ''lilli'< m-r f FRUITS MmHmm! ,

iiiiluci-iiii-Ht' writ to toUiv.'aS'tf ap-. 1 lamp oil and may be iixtl for dyeing x .i./ flvl"-c* Your Swell Fl'ieHlhY'JU The price i-; 5l-0( l pH ye.lr in irt- i iA
in ii>tiit.i > ; QG
uriiost-s and for the making of soap Those de- inn thf
aIr! .;rew:' Urlrno.,1.6. I IE ; will find will be warmly received vance. > : par -- 1-
i I The Australian ballot Iw'US adopted t can friv it ,Put r.. them h>' .err I'trII.(01"

E in Colorado bd'I'I' the state ;;:avethe ti t if you are well and neatly: the uiidtrit'iifd.H.M.; C. APOSTLE'S

; \\ :].hell. .__ Itt I -iiffr'ie' to vouu-n. Thilaw: I1utides ,, $ drFedluidyourliut'ulirreproacht : )But rf l v. t

I.lal\i l llnuiity Land '.\ar-l that the toting \Uxitlls mast best 1 q l'Ir... lllliy: New=.
I x i..';,- Ail.liuonal 11 om..- t ,C' {Py"1)'' 3x9{ ..; able A woman of refinement I U East OwtrtHtit St.1! t ; r
< r _
l
l. U llHj.iiird: f tulh1ujt > construe < tliat tlt'oft'r' leg-: r'r Y ti fa ----- ,
1"'lm'L be htt-n In-low! the knees." ,, alwaysgunge; a man'well bred m-
may Formrly Cnrdm i -r..ur.intHtanfi;
S,1t t; -tmct by the condition of his linen ; Every Woman I
kmae 0' empty + ;
b..j J <. 1 II n- rt ]I"aO! uf/ Fiin-.ij'JIJH- at II.7E : '
t A.t' STIli"" no 1 iIttertr.;: '! IIIII.r .1A... lr :and he got into. her presence armored :::t' I, .' I. r'10 ,. .. to 102.1J\) rpr df'zi n. ,

\\ ..11-:111<11.11.... h'-.. 1 D'Mi't let a cold run at thisseaon.Summer f N with beauty; when in" shirt. t\ $ ,Q L 'HR\ll"VYhirteq. tl Spre. ) i

Ilk : to colllr- uudcutr-hiive been done : .. ,
the ltrde-tktlldt'
: :.' .Id- are '> urL 71.- '" .10 "H" "
A r I.I.S :\:\ n Pt ;MPNM.rritt -- a \ '- t.. .' I. .. r 14't L rw '
r
\; and Ii. J Katba cure and if nesjlect"vJ may hurt i iilotu at tlie Star: I.-uindrv. -.; -:o.- .1 'I ." I :
.' .. .. and pump tlxfrk.N for month-. A l"ngteje Ilk 4. II''''' ''' ''''' "' 1 J

: >il. 01. installment the -tronge-t eonS .... Tbrwetiny'npaulcsrrwlp'ron t
this will'ullll'l\\'n I.tt.udn r.I.
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,iw. !rte tncllj >I' tI..rrtt..IlI.n '
M ) situation. One Minute: Cough Cure ALL WORK c. o. D. MI S Called for and DelIvered Free. .It.h"\ \ .'t."1.''f":'11'. j.1) t..t.II.. Y11 to li.usiru 1

: ..\1II' will bre-ik up the attack at otue.Stfe. ourr. I i-se-d-.u, ,. f. rl!. \\. t l .(.. seal "P1u"a.s j jin !
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I's'' 'rl 't .4" .t-fI
(Cur- U' '
-ure, actit .Ill"" 1"l., \ 1ft ,a J : '
TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. J ; :
I oiM 1I'1I'ItlN
.",coiiirhcoli) cr*>up. br.iiuhitiill ca'. .0" 1.e.. .. un tt.lO"t.. 'a .......... '. a (r..If. "Iry '.
K BKOWN I.Eli HOKXS trouMe I lie child i .. t
thro it and lung .
Room Sic Ttm-a ldi.. lrw 'tortLODGE tin ,
II tit u
OIlIJfjISTt
Mook and t'glo H for PRIM. P-.UUI '. John WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
aa i WllllIarll.ar.H'o'4.! Ietf r"lIlik'it. llargi-: ; .
1 IC stia.
:Sheppurd.Julnev
rtatlI. :-.1..1. J II<<
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\I hI LUt.N; mil rt'p; : i u herd -- ESTABLISHED, 1862. i DIRECTORY LaurelsAgain
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." ; tit No ,' \\ ".t iHi'ksim
KINC'S
t ""'hlll ri'B'ii's : _'. .1. i DR. I t

1 T 11"1:1.! ur s .11. f,,| McKENZIE OERTING & CO. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAh I ,
tIt m TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR TK far bpoaItIon ::1

., 0 u DIALERS tl>- -0 K. of P. fcM made the OoMrtaUl t
\.1 It ( ; OOIl l'C"nl'acoa! Iiort"". N > S Award to
COLD. if i
M 1 -AH tn:1K) E:- laoutl\ r"r.. THAT m et. eYf'r y Monday even
\ > in tir hood. lUts loilrtOil. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Ship Chandlery and General Hardware log at. '*: at [I..HI Hat' I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY J
rte .y.wV tiovrnmi.nt J in :b.- Blocnt -- WattotKalli'.af ;
i third Boor
Cures ConsumptionCoughs f. l
003 AND 60S :8. PALAFOX STU. T. VUltlDg brethren cordial f :

'n ,.i.., l-'u r F"I\'I'ul... Colds IJronchiti? Asthma, t welcomed
..c3F21'cvREVERE .
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H \ I I. h
t '. piKhTNKKAl.s= : turnlsned PlwumoniaHay FenrPleu- COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. );KOEBLING HONS CO. ':. H. HORBttB WHISKEY I 1'1
n bout .. Mort-no.Jf.il \t ...1 lint-gory rite LaG Hoarseness GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE. A. RUS EL A HON'S PUMPS.: .
rippe Cold) le4a11 Mklw "
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,
awarded -
t t't-'L\\.lH Sore Throat, Croup and Sum Strdiji Ptliti, Oils, lintlctl Iflilrcnjati, Carts ii.in, Chin Seasonable household I W'I fee,. erlegc.UolooUU 93.. 11 I .

t ( .'. KKS and ..101\1-Lr.lgae- 'VlOopi} :rr Cough. OOM PASSES LOGS ETC I and kitchen utensils at the J

y, -.c..s ordered for CQ'tciuref C. McKenzie Oertin? Collecting A.jent for Bar Pilots', Benevolent Asao
'.. )tor DO. 823 West Ciregory.ivdlm. I NO CURE. NO PAY.FREE. elation. Willis Hardware Co.'s. Sill 1 By Diiltkiiii, il'OS. I '
Price BOTTLES
50c. and $ i. TRIAL I 1 at
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1902


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I FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH
TO A TROUT.Thou ONLY

I MEYROVITZ BROS. solitary tenant of my creel REGAIN HEALTH.During - -

Thou only victim of my feathered hook
Though "skunked." I scarce could more the past fifty years hundreds YOU ARE FORTUNATEIf !
have been restored -
disgusted feelWert of sickly people j
thou still swimming In thy native i to health by the use of Ho*. !
JAILED AT TROY ALAFor rrouk I' tetter's Stomach Bitters and it will i i
FI i ; For miles thee alone 1"ve walked ten weary : do the same for you to-day. TRY A you can rind your size in the various lot- ,'If.r. :

I r.oTTLE. It will be enough to convince
And what Is worse, must walk them ,
you of its wonderful value as a
tack a Krin
it For thffl alon: .. lye crawled through j: cure for DIZZINESS:: INDIGESTION,
stinging brush I DYSI'EI'SIA CONSTH'ATION ASII Odd and End Sale

; : Criminal Violation of the Bankruptcy And stiffs clambered over harsh barb wire I:'GE\EKAL1Vf.AISESS has our Private Stamp. on The the genuine neck

Slept troubled slumber in the Ice cold I I i iHOSTETTER'S
of the bottle. I as they are fast its to .
rain I diminishing Jo up you t. ;
Act---Bonds Fixed at $7,500 Each. And soaked myself in grasses all too I _
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luph. I | -- -
I I.ADIES'OXFORDSlEX'S OXFORDS _
I LAltil-! ,
-- -- And what art thou thou slim and ?peck '
i mite* i f560:l $:i50; .
i STOMACH BITTERS.
I
1+ 1 Jake and Ike Meyrovitz, who conducted I found, but other stock is hidden Scarce the large act enough to save thee from !i Ij j ALL t5TYLE'ici Kids, All Toes Pat I I. tl

[4 I a clothing store at the corner elsewhere and for that reason the That makes It crime for live inch trout to NOW NOW \ \
Pl bite. Try TIlE NEWS Want column; it
of Palafox and Intendencn Greets secret service bureau is i busy trying I A worthy "speckled beauty" for a fact'' will pay you. I 294. 289. $196MKN
Where tell me where were all thy slug- ,
i are m jail at Troy Ala., for a criminal to locate it. Some of these detectives kind .

That gard I could not iyelgle them to rise? I _._.__ Htra___>__a+_tl_.__._,.n_. _"
violation of the United States were here Friday going over'
In all the summer teuson they will findNo QTKAvIII-Dark cream colored Jersey LADIES' OXFORD MEN'S OXFORDS ,
.
I snwedotT Had cotton : > ,
t"i bankruptcy possibly the first of the P. &: A. road in search forgoods. more persistent fisherman than I. : .
on bend Reward for return to K. J.lluiglrytMtr
Xo bait more tempting! than my high i rope W.ot wardenVN r $3.1I0 $::;o .
any such ease ou record. The Seri- priced fl.es. I /
-. ., --- Yet thou alone art hers Dost thouknow -- Pat Leather Vici Kids Pat Leather & ViciNOW Pat l .
} .
; I l.'ur t tie,
uiiyheps:: of the olTeine may: be arrived
Lubin's reproduction of the Jet- why? -- i NOW ,
o ; at when it is told that their fries and Fitzsirumou- fight;: eight elegant home on KsitGadtden: street; I .V \
srl'ai And now my tlr.J footsteps must I turn l beautiful Interior: delightfully Mtu ,
rounds::, at house $2.11.LADIES'OXFORDS. $1.98.
.f appearance bonds hefore the Pike.. opera Tuesday I Along that hilly road that homeward sled beins aurruunded with numerous $405
night, 25; and 50c.; seats on sale at trends shade trees owners art going to leas ,
::4I : h been placed I t \\nabdwLISell: at a ImrKmn; live min __ I
a t county grand jury :ive Coe's book i'tort- I I And. ppfrnt and foci-Hire: tear with unconcern utes from business centre by car; enquire _

: x '' ; at $7UtJ) each. I.eiug: unable to I II Clutter Muiic lloust-. ...lw BOYS' OXFORDS !I !Mis.sr: s .
The jilw>s and Jeers of all my loving

fin nun l\if\ they were !locked up to i fri.'nds.i MASTEH'S SALE. I' g2: (*> U.50 I .
SEPTEMBERG01JRT For cm o they cast their scornful eyes on I II j jVici
4rt! k ; await the convening of the body. i iI i thee. iler. I'.y Uby Mrtue the ofadecree Hon. 1. J. R"I'\es.Julg"Orlh.of foreclosure ren-. Pat. Tip and Vici KidsNOW Kid Cap Toes i! 6.t'f.1j; !II
: Thou smallest of I
thy klnJergirtenF : .
Conduct of the Pensacolttore i[, circuit court of i-iuiiliU county Florida NOW
tli dar ul duly, A. tJ, lwin thecn 'I I j A1.11
figured in the prosecution of the j Thf'v11 take a keen delight to point "e of Albert II. White against J.C'. Kirby '
TERM me out. \.yt.litrbyhi+ wife.and .1. W. Uoaut I $1.47. $124. ; $17J l lg
brother merchant*. For all the mocking! scoffing world to st*. '1 and Klunbeth funnel, big wife, I will.
'tt I As that wiak minded, idiotic fool ou Monday the sixth day of "Noh..r.\. i ilute. I __
.bell Ht puhlic auction before the dot rot
When the firm took the b l1k- Who fij-hfj two days and only caughtone I
of
the county court house in the city
rnpteya.tatlathauotne.u- >iciou trout I'cn-.icolii Kacuinblit county, hlurid.i, during MEYER SHOE
; BEGAN TODAY WITH VERY HEAVY : -Portland Oregonian.The the legal hours of axle, the fnllo"lDd".crJh..t CO. .
\ real estate, ltuIIII!. IYIII and In -
W.lo; aroused over a mysterious tire --- i
I tog in tlu city of IVosncola county ot h..- icambiii
cg Lrrrer EII.
: 1 their lice the DOCKET. --iHte of Horldn. to-att: Lots '
s F r 1 occurring in day I nineteen (inland twenty (2m la block one > Kfft Fiiiuiilu'is for ( .isli On!).
dfttr application for the benefit was hundred and forty-i>en I 1147; of the New
r : City Tract as per map published by Tho rVaton.toKetherwitb 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET-
( I't? 1 \
the
/ impro\enients
f'q ufoted. Meyrovitclaimed! hi;
iit j i The lirst day of the criminal court thereon and hereditaments> and appari -
I ,
books had been destroyed the i tenances thereunto beloDdDK or in any ,
by
was a busy one. Court: convened I site appertaining Deeds at cost of pug
y+ : fire, but it later discovered that II I cba.er. .
was this II I
morning ot III o'clock Judge A A KIsHEK! ARE WE FIXING UP
.?
N I they had been hidden and the fire C. Klount, pre-iding.; A.j' I| Soawlw- Special I MasterOPERAHOUSE-.

:' !t had only scorched them a bit. This The solicitor filed information ,

i I 1 :i 4> WELL, I SHOULD REMARK (::..
1 i caused an investigation :and it developed against: the following _.
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; f that the same people had Ebjnezer Adams and Mollie [ AX1)>> ONLY .\ TiW U.\\"sI
Li\-1 II ONE NIGHT ONLY.oI. I
!
r branch !Ftnreat Enterprise ColfeeSpring : II 10 rill.TfIME. .
.. ing-tone, defamation of I
9
f and Hartford: Ala., and at Ham Lewis and S. L. Driver, carrying I II I .* Tuesday, Sept. ''I : Not a bit of it. The big man i is in New York buyu. i_ '

iIi i'enaeola, We-tville, Houtfay, Vernon concealed weapons.James g I judging from the size of the bills coming in he must *<\: _
i I I factories to close down and .
+ shortly we have: to make: prepar! '. '
:iutl'try'iIle.! Kla.: later tab-
lit I e : cClnud, Frank Tolbert I LUBIN'SRealistic reception Our fixings will be finished thi :29th day I.f .\UH'! i.

IMiinga branch at DeFuniak. and Joe Reese, breaking; and enter I begin selling out the stock" on hand at prices that would -hrtJ.
were to mention them.CLOTHING .
5 1 Tho violation of the act t I
was re- ing. I Reproduction
Il ,; ; ]

fe i p.irtHl to the secretervice bureau Whitfield lograham, grand larceny I Of"1MK SMOnS, HATS, Ui1DIR \\'Ilk: \;

:i: at Washington and soon detectives r
Ufflt1 and receiving stolen property. r' I In fact, everything pertaining to Men's; Wear and all the br-t., t : _
i 'a I wtre on the trace of goods :.secretService A. H. Whorley and A. H. Hogan CRS JeffriesFitzsimmons= < 4 ufactured. You all know Jor Coleman handle the 111'-1 t nf \

Agent K 1'l'Adalll dnu'tyou.' All you want to do i-, stop in and we will tell! .
accessories after a fact. "OU. papa it will break Lh heart 1 1I if | it. at ti

gold C. II. Johnson petty l.ncenyand refuse Liiu! '
"Jlahl: It'll break ra.\ lank account I <* rf JOE COLEMAN'S.

t I receiving; stolen property. If you don't": {'hkluWt'ril"Uu..
,I i wagons evi n then bem.j SNit to :Silvia Riger- obscene 212 OI'TIf1, \10'0'oj 1.1 MI I
; and
4 pi from in 'itaFla'; J Ht lluK ';llt.... I CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT ;
;ices away the railroad in an decent
languiga.: The custom of showing tLc flair: :It''
i'I: 't endeavor to hide them xijouxnssAdmission
from
'i the Will Fultz petty larceny. half mast originated frum the way at

;\ :agent; One shipment found at John Turner and Will Davis, petty sea of shoring the pre-eminence one I R. POU
; Hartford. ALt.. shIp had over the other in time of war F ":
aud another at DfI :!- Ijrcpny and 25 and 50 Cents.
1 receiving stolen prop- fare. Theijntjutalml always had to

c. Funiak were received at night and lower its tins, while the fetor's would Heat on sale at (:oe's ooktore. : : : : FEED, LIVERY AND SALE STABLES,

!1 .. stored! after ;Meyrovitz llro,.. had erty.Will ; be raised as high as osMblc> In exul
May selling without
liquor
: tation. To lower a flag is an.act of 'OPEN DAY AXD NIGHT. 1Wt>t IlIff'IIIII"'I'( !
1 1t, went into bankruptcy. 1'h"(1 were -- .. -
liven ONE
-e. NIGHT ONLY !
submission or tokens re-i>ttt: to a superior
I I i
; i I I identified u- fating a portion of the I'eulfcCant5: ; and James Mul- or is a signal of distress. The POU & GINGLES

A 4t -; .I I Meyrovitz, stock by :a private co-t ,drew a.'lult with intent to murder. hoisting of a flag half mast high cameto FRIDAY, SEPT. 12. i Managers.
be USl- I. therefore, as a sign of
l mark of the firm appearing, ; thereon Geo. Alford and Jack Elsterman, mourning; and rtpt-ct. THE DOCTOR- SAYS I $ H <|K-
:
:V ; 7 the good* at DeFunuk were: ar ou.Kbenezer. I

i, 7 'turned tip" by J. Kaplan, a formerMtyroviu (tulleItomnnllc, Pure Food and Pure Fun are HealthyTIII ''I ;
4 Adam; R
pleaded guilty to Miss Gajjdrl-Did you bay you havlived e POU & &
F
: ? e1Prk who refused to re- defamUion. He in New Mciioo aU life?
f was fined f 15 or f0! your : XI:\"
f.1, ; -'rite the good when he found how Mrs HainMiui\es. '
days haril libor
.< eli FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER
Miss G.-And been married five
.:. r the 1 iw wabeing evaded Will McCurdy pleaded guilty to times? McFadden'sRow !

-. Jake M"'yrovuz, a member of the trespassing after warning and In;. 11.-Yes. 17 Wtst IrknJtneia Street. OHee: Phone. U.:: Ke JJ-LI-. "1'
r. i. was
firm whet Mist O.-K\cr divorced? I
confronted with this d is'r
fined $1 I and costs, .
or :-0! days.lilvia j
Mrs.. H.-N n bubbands all shotMNS of Flats
; I The .
t tit I CLOTHING AT man win- own-!
f d i eovtry >.\ ? secret ;lemi-s agentarkuowiedgnl -,
: Rogers, guilty of indecent y : l
I Q. (FushDI; ))1.flow romanticLubin's : him-f'1f ;it-' I':

i'' )l]: :f ; to a witne-s for thegovernment luiguagelDoraDdays: ;; I I trouble and worrv Nrane
i
'
THAN
rnproduction of the Jfof- h 1'll1:1..1''TCILtl : LESS COST .,.
j' his
,, \ I rent, and t1! rno
March, I'.HL', after the fries and
Ham Lewis Fitzsimmous tight, fol,
|
pleaded guilty to carrying ; terrors fur Nuns It \I"
i/ ",' ml l'r..r.,1m; ni lunKruptcy" I rounds, at open house Tuesday !I n home ntiw-a C.
-ddyThos.
r i that he had concealed weapons.: He wan iiijht. :'J'i and "j dtl' ; eaton ":ilea"t'Coe's ;' Best of All Spectacular Farces- Itesrinmnsr Thursday: I will offer Watson & Co. t '. '
a shipment ll! goods i book I
lined -tore.: for =ale 3W South
II) at Palafox
or serve four mouths at i i l'tre..t$1).UM et*y it I". Jail iwtrynyneigan -, :
r t r the depotU 'F'niiak: and del not hard hbor: ---- HAS :VO HlYALPOLISIIIH :-,. ) worth of Clothing: Nhoc*,
If Men'- Furnihin 3 etc, at just what
i Itirt, know what to do with it. Ca-e- were set for trial for the Foley's Honey and Tarjnrchildren.safe.sure. I n. 10 NOW.jSHIN'KS they will bring. Greatest bargain, I andaIllGJ..lYIo.lUiVdlJ,1W1IIILk4.Ftopt J. I _:

District Attorney Stemfell ot' f A'o opiates. ever offered here.F. I L .r'tr
week. I : ABOVE ALL ()THEH I
\ 'I K. HnA\\'XIm.
I
.f Montgomery, who was here !looking
,
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, f r after after the mvoiriiig failure: the said PeiKacolatuck large quauti fS C mEV&Nil& ': Green Watson & Co. At' Almost t C Cost t uitariiatM. For the; "..xt'l O. I ou i. vtiu 'r'r ,


.' t tin "f good* were moved\ from th.. >;1 Pryor'< to make room for n,-wlock.

15. 11.\ 1.1.1 H.\ Y A. COS OLD :sTVND.t>> 'A
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Di'ttun
brooch
t 3 : : or head in drato

the ["ywVJ:1. home on tlw'Q' day I JDPEBSONILSI 1 > > o 0 Ball Hearing, keen cut- ? N mr aii j jRB

of Lilian- There were 'iftervMrdAN -. ting Lawn Mowers at the
1 ,
: Saturday nd !
C7=, _,nth __ ,_..-,._,--,. Monday Tuesday Willis Hardware Go's-
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reI
j

I ;,"}, 1 1! AN: 01.11n.-- :\ -.; Tan Turner left today: for A Great Show of Exclusive If V Furniture, KO S TA P RAn?
\ISlant\
11 :li' I'H-UJ :\"-.ir Tune lo sioj.Wouldn't ., Decatur, ia., to enter college: lOll t to PR1'lilfd.

":. ; it mak your friend m:id Dudley Cl.ipley will leave: tomorrow Shirt Waist Patterns X .
.a 1. to tell her she wa-in reality adiunkrd for Auburn. I
Ala., to A.
re-enter
Fishing tackle of all kinds -
r but
ar many wot:>en ar*drunkard*

fa 'it f/f,1 I i unconsciously from the u'f cotlee, college I NO TWO ALIKE., and good crab nets at the ,

... which wrecks their nervous *vsterns Mr. and Mrs. ;Martin H. -ulli'ao'will Willis Ilardwaer Cos. DAILY MENUS art :
tt and I
theyeuu unable toVefonn.
.
_
( go to New York this week to !: French Flannels, Crepe de Chine, Albatross h

'. -" A lady in Philadelphia 1'a., was: vi-it their daughter Mrs. Tierney. j Morie Velour Louzine Etc all i The fine-t line of sterling/ silver I Ii Comprise all t .I. rtff...
.
3 fq affected I extremely Date Dl-he-
t w very badly: by conVe, caning "- J.IUlE'ScHu h, Jr. i goods and silver novelties is; to be .
t her to have nervous prostration received yes-1 I nobby things for early Fall wear. found at J. I. ,Stephens'. Priced to kets of tt.fS' ffX.
'
and she woke terday telegram from his father j '
finally up to the fact i please all.Laij A Iroed A .
.
,ef :; that -tuw :i- iu rt'alJtcotft't' dated on top of Pike's Peak, in which |10 Pieces Shirt Waist Cloths at I __ *
; 15c
J : drunkard. Her doctor had told her he says, eight in party all well ; '' yard CA.BTOn.XA.. *.

F r rK I ::;\i. senmed that file uuablf mu-t .rue to do up it.coffee but she wonderful sight.i '! IMr I 10 Pieces Shirt Waist Cloths at 25c yard I I| 6-anti. :. lka; g ''ffo aLadies' "
a-e
"lCl' ; ir Privau
I t
One _r
dnhe .
l J read in .idvertlfment *. H. A. Cosulich :\fj Anna I -- !
tt i i about 1'o-tum Food Cotfee: and JI',
t x i thoughtIK' would give it a tri U.hhe \. Cosulich and Mr. Gilbert Cosulich In order io make room for New Goods \ve will i J Dining FJarIor ...,

; : say" : "Cotfee had such a *trong have returned from Grayon:: ulphur the dust. tC,.
sell Youcanluy
+t t hold on me, that at first I did not Springs, Va., stopping at Washington any Silk Petticoat in our store at I -- ..
, make it all Po,.tuin. but added a ta- en route home. New garden hose at the Willis 11i"
York
t s t blp.-poonful of cotfee. After while Cost. I Hardware Co. Regular Dinner Dally. -:
;' I quit, putting colfee in it at all, and At the home of the prospectivebride Il

? J soon" found I felt much better. Continued : in Mobile last the We have Just Received i :
nfght betrothal
another ..
Shipment CUKW:
ue stopped my headaches ot Ileautifal Embroideries. NOXICEM.NhlTH ;
3 ? and: bihou-nesj, and Ioou noticed of Miss Theresa Frohlich- |i The Price will be lo, 15 and 25c yard. II / I II Short Order I'rnnip

1: j thatinynerrou5ue.es had evidently stein and Adolph M. Cohen of this! -- EK the captain owners
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II -- i I I Dor| consignees of tbe i Filled. Mglit.r
Hpaaish (
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I B Mt me for good low I would not city was announced the event be- New i a- steamship Ida will he re-
y use anything else, and the smell:: of oue of to the Flannelette and Outing Flannels I iponsible for debts contract- ."
i 1 # cotlec makes me sick. ing great pleasure large I ed by the crew of sail vesssl .
I ; j "I am using N number of friends and relatives from 'I' 8,10,12 and 16c V. ARAVotGullTransit&Co. If !t'.HlmHhlul-. ". '
.j ; your Grape: uts also yard. .. Captain you with,you'il 1 it __
and think it wonderful food. I this city and Mobile who attended. Contignee.; Myer ;(

a-; I'' I lately cured an attack of indigestion A 5| leudid musical program was I --- -- --- I ; Nick Apostle's ,.,.
a by eating!:: nothing but irape-Nut tal
EA y j, .+ ; E and drinking Posture for two weeks preented. Among the Pensacolians i GREEN WATSON aNEIHEHtheca the owners Br M .
t k and now I can eat solid food and present were Mrs. Laz Jacoby V. & CO. responsible Popular Restaurant

t 1 feel no distress." Name given by J. Vidal, Ed Forcheicier and H. J. crew of 8ald nuel. contracted by the

Ix Postnm Co., Battle: Creek, Mich. Greenhut- JAM. CASiAP! '''t"if
Telephone 193. Fensacola Lumber Co., Captain' MWI'!
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