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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 10, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
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K3L, 37. PENSACOLA WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 1O. 1902 NO 97 I I I


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I SUITS FILED !! CRITICALLY ILL STATEMENT !! I


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Special to The Daily News.A.Unta. Special to The Daily News.Atlaira. I
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: Si-, t. !*.-Two suit ag.instthtr Sept !9.-flic many friend I P

Atlanta. Kno\uIe: and Northeinlidilway of Major Charles! II. Smith t.f Carteraville. -

T\\ .Members of Crew Were Drowned I coiupan>'. aggregating \;t "On, the Georgia sage, whst faai-3 I Regarding the Strike in Anthra::{ >

were filed in the city court yesterday.V has been spread the countr>' ov"r :

\ r. Dawson, temporary adn.imsIrator through his writings undfr ha, pseulonym. t tI
I In Their Berths. cite Region.
of the estate uf Geoige E. Dawun. ( Bill Arp, will be pained 10

tiled suit against;; the railway learn that he critically ill at his home I

alleged ilaa. :! For months heha
-- -- rompiiiiy to recover ases in Cartersvllle. some

to the amount of $25.mH; ). and J.V.. been In feeble health and during; I II .

,y News; Nation sues to recover alleged d.u the last fe.v dajs: has hat several attacks I: Special to The Daily Xews.e !'

aies to the amount of $2,11110.; froA heart trouble. Yesterday I MAY HAVE I
:- ,t. ,--The t-t.-ani MORE NEGROES :\ \\' \ork"' Sept. !Governoi
1\\ II J in this: < r.. Mr. Dawson alleges that on November Le suffered a very bad :attack and Stone, of Pennsylvania, who arrive-: '!
2S. ISnl. his son, Oeorge E. Dawson while his family and physicians hopoj i
::.c iOot ot lJulo- in the city last night trade a bne4! BEEN MURDER '
THAN WHITES who was an engineer on the At for his recovery, still he may die at
TI of the (Tev1 \ statement today! relative!: to his presence !
lanta, Knoxville and Northern railway, minute. -
.:' 1 rths. Tl.o'i any here and the coal situation. He'!'
was killed! near Ducktown, Tenn., Major Smith is now 80' years of ae.He ; .
said: |!
while operating;; an engine of the com holds a unique position among the I I'pecll\lt"TJe: t'w5. i
,'.I jl. Special to The Daily News: "I am here on private business. 1 1expect '
pany. Tht- petition charges negligence literary men of the south, and per II Chicago. Sept.: 9. The! discovery'olthree
d la, of Harbor Richmond. Va. S'pt. S.-The requirement to return to Harrisburg today.
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to the railroad. haps has a larsar circle of readers human bodies at 2iOs: and 2711
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I' for the new registration: : un- :.11'. Nation alkies, in his petition, than any man in the southern states I am anxious to see the strike settleo State street has started an Invest!?*
,i, rived last nlgnt' ':er the constitution is bringin? about in Pennsylvania as any one can posst I
that on the same date and in the same 'engaged In regular work. ion of the premises by the police, thbroner
I. 1 n Lake Krie, with results that are surprising, and which of the railway well! bly be. I can only repeat what I health
wreck, while in the employ Few men in Georgia ar* as acquainted ( and the city departmeet.
.. :'<>nr. It is thousnttjne are creating some uneasiness In Democratic company, he was burnt on the with! the early history of the have said in previous! interviews, that !

= crushed thy ranks. ; head and every portion of the body, state as Major Smith. He is regarded If 1 can be satisfied that the Itgisli. One of the bodies was that of aa!

heavy rain la.n i The white people are showing lit and that his scalp was cooked, and as an authority on all ante-bellun ture would pass a law which would adult, and the authorities are prepar .

: weight of the water tle interest in registering, while tha much of the flesh from the top of his affairs and very often his writings discusses : be constitutional and that would settle ed to believe either that a murder wai: r

: u careen and final- negroes are offering in much larger head came off. He further a.leges the present problems in tha I the strike and prevent others, 1 committed or it is simply evldeneof f ,

numbers than was expected. In ono that his skull was fractured; that he light of his experiences in the years would not hesitate to call it together, an illegal burial. It wag fouad \

-- ward in Lynchburg more negroes than was maimed and disqualified for life, before the war between the stat s. but I must be satisfied that such a at 2711 State strett. < i

MINERS AREENTHUSIASTIC whites have registered and in a dist.lct ami that his capacity for earning a law can be passed." The other two bodies were thos. .

it King William county many livelihood! is forever gone. In reply to a question the governor i of babies. Thf'YH're found In a

more negroes have offered for The \\n'ck in which both men clam THE sad he had no appointment to meet wooden box, covered with sawdust it

registration than white. In Bath count to have been injuredvas the dera'l-' PRESIDENTOBJECTS coal operators or any of their representatives the undertaking establishment ol J

ty there hast>{'n to move looking to ins: and turnins OUT of the engine: onv.liuh in this city. He knew Charles Job.ns.on. 27"9 State street. 10

a new registration, and when the election tin,), \\trt- ndn:; and! opciatin" President Baer.: of the Philadelphia, and The undertaker declares there was

...lv News.s da\ comes there may not be i I ------- Leading railroad, but there was no ar. but one body in the box. and he prdnced

single quahfit d voter in the county. rangement that he should me.tli.. a burial ,permit f.). it. William I I
:,'pt. 9 -Although: ANGLO CHINESE Special to The Dally News.Iieaawood. th
Baer. should the latter come to the 3eKi sock the plumber wlfo made <|

r. ut out to patrol I Sn.., Sept. !D.-President city today to attend an expected conference discovery, asserts there wtTa two bodies.
'. tha! FOUND WITH Roee\clt! has his of
Valley today, TREATY put stamp of coal operators. Governor .
inn went to wot I: disapproval on the propoo&d cowboy Stone also said be Lad no appointment There are surface indications whicll

.; 1J: collieries of thfl HER THROAT CUT race from D'a\\oo.l! to Ooiaha. and here with eitLer Senator Platt or Governor lead C.ironcr Tiat'ser; and the health! I

1 Navigation corap.v the Co; 'e.>t has been abandoned In Odell. When he was questioned authorities to suspect that the backyards

\.f usual. Several: of Special to The Daily News.New ,ad-J <'- ., ta *h- ;'..<.-ider.8 disapproval about the bI"u tiOI: I ir. V".ll.: ?*;barr it th" t'o places may be founJto ,

of be United York. Sept. 9.-The :Anglo- tl re have been received: several] and as to w nether ha intended to semi InlaID: the graves of other PUP ,

., ,- twl the valley last 'Special to The Daily XL..rs: Chinese treaty is hailed as a signal protests from humane socleti s. more trops there, he replied that as sous. !

>li! the men that the Youn slown. O, Sept. S.-Mrs. triumph for Britifch diplomacy, and Sir The following Is the telegram received had nothing to say. .- I

:nnllv won ana ask? Aether until the end.inivM the Chinese to WIFE USED
} Pa., wa- found with her throat out government in circulation which was supposed to
everywhere with" from car to ear in a pasture field at strike off the heaviest fetters that "Ovater Day N. Y.. Sept. ?.-Captain account for Senator Platt's preUIetion Ii'.

. and were given the prom- I Hubbard. 5 miles from here, at S have hitherto impeded foreign commeice Seth Bullock. Deadwood. S. I).: Refer that the coal strike would be ended GUN ON HUSBAND ,
the would with the Celestial is to the horse race from
ii'" :-ary men o'clock this morning.She. : empire ring nroposed this week. It was to the effect that

I' l'I'tma- with her husband had been I lauded: to the skies says a London l>adwoad to Omaha the president Senator Platt had knowledge of a plan -- v.

1 r .il Navigation! : "isitmgfa.. and Mrs. Martin Coyne dispatch to The Tribune. It is fullv would not be willing to have it take to have a committee appointed representing I

'1".1! 1 '' t j.: .; of coal to an uncle and aunt. A carousal was recognized however, that the abolition piace unless it were possible to ex'rcise New York, Pennsylvania and
',t\ held at the house and :\11'. and Mrs.McGinn of the likin cannot become an accomplished supervision over the condition in New Jersey the committee to act in New YotV; Sept. fi =-Charles O'XeiJ,

disappeared! about midnight fact without the concurrence which the horses would: come and as janitor of the New York fruit and exchange '!
an advisory rapacity! and to suege."l ,
SASH ISSUES MfGinn! was at the house this morn- of al! the powers.It this would be impossible he asks von legislation: for the settlement of the : building, 7';'1.1\; Park Place, was t.

Ins and the last seen of him was when is hoped that Russia and Franca to say in his name .that he requests strike and prevention of other labor probably! fatally shot early today bj
will consider tin its : the not to take pi ice. George his wife, who then committed suicide*
he \\ -r.t out to get a Lottie! of whiskv.He tieaty on merta race troubles. .j

1. PROCLAMATION I IB fiispict\ < .l of the cnme, an B. CortJ 'ou. secretary.: I Governor Stone r, fused to i uaimcnt The shooting ocuirred jn an apartment '

an. on h.s t nl. lie lia. bat hl"l'h.*d! by any of the difficulties anijalmiaies -- I thi of the building! occupied by tha

-- I one leg Airl "ife \ ". which are only too apt to on reportTHE Janitor. After wounding her Lus

make the Turop.an; concert inharmo- NEGRO ASSAILANT I ...an11';;. O'Neil turned the pistol
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t.ioiis! and ineff(>('te.. But even as- ELECTION upon herself, the bull t entered h ir.frht

r> : t :t----r.ov.-;" ,irir.t I ENGLAND HANDICAPS -uiiins; that all the powers approve LYNCHED breast and! she fell) dead. 0'N>11

', >';. \ pi Un..i S.r ..IamIa'kay's agrrement, fh<" crawled down two flight of Etairs
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: <' tin: ti AMERICAN HORSESSpecial j ta>k of ('arr'ln it opt cannot fall tri ___ IN MAINE opened the door and pitched ieadlonj I

,'\ :-.t: !M. will be tl:.' i be. onp of immense (Jim! uty.! to the sidewalk. Two men happened

1 .i.-.i. '.\ of : : Special to The Daily l News: I to be Handing near by. They ran to

hi, I'nI'1! O'XeiTs as<.<<;tanr0 and he was hurried
i -s f'onlt 1. Ga., S"l't."I! I\ MobJpy, Hppciftl to The Ntrwi
: to The Daily :\ews.I NEW STEAMSHIP : ly taken to a hospital.In .
:i.-h ; !'i" country a negm. was l\ii hed Saturday night .
Sept.v" rolled
I I Portland, Me., -Maine
-'iti: : ii.ment: "'' in this county, about 3 the apartment two sealed letter!
I I 'X.w'ur!,. <*'Ilt. !l.- Richard Cr.iker. n.-ar 'nCna. 'I up a big off-year plurality for the
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\'. .' th,'.r COMPANY : miles f'om this place. The were fo'ind The}' ae sujtpOEed to<
resin ; negro
who ha# ju>t arnvtd in t:>\\I1. announces. : republicans in the election yesterday, '
I. \plan.. the hoo* ,UK:. wlii'-h apparently
ivraeinbranee I Sat afternoon attempted
.1'! cil les the I.ondon corresp I on unlay t11 it approximating 27.0UO in comparison ; '
i L;. I desue to I I aaalt" little white pirl of 13 was )ir.ei'.trit'. ,} arni, 'aretully! Cit*
a year
I I' ">n.ii i't nf The Herald that he has with 12,0'tO for the average of otn.-r ,
; ..- fill t al.i to e\- i ''..-, ,'M 01 tie givattr part of th1ai.le Hi r 'creams attracted the attention II Compk. returns will be very ried Hit 11,1 janitor :.nil his wif t
Special to The Daily News.Ni years. uer! a ut 11(1" ...'(
\-i! that he pe> ; I' .!.' -- I I.l.ad in Cngland; be- of a Kentlemnn who was coming home late owing to the remoteness of many
,
a this 1II0\'t'na'a.. I w Yo: K. S-it; -ln ua-i'il intuict from his field and he went to the
hi
:\1'" t ii'i. An.1-ii-an horses have towns. Figures,. from 24 1I counties
\ the splendid! life in trade with Ch.na; atd elsewhere I child's rescue. The ne ro was 8LOSET
.1 ; captured
. 1',1' t:11.1': 'n Kr.-a.d.: as the bandican and towns give Hill. Republican, 4'i862 ,- PORTS
t-.. :incident"UKEMEH'S is thi. in the Orient N mdi'.'ed, saystodaj's aud on his way to jail was overtaken ThJ i
. put upon m so heavy that therei ; ( {)uld. Democrat, 24.587.!
issue of the Journal of Com I moh and l 'nched.I .
--- by! a >
, i- ah>tiliitey no ]>onibiiity of their same towns two years ago; gar Hill,
merceby the announcement tnat another I TO FOREIGN SHIPS
. : STRIKE \\pInc: : : a I'll" :Mr Croker is proud Republican, 47-r-tt ; LOrd, Democrat,
. of two \idi-i-! fur \\'!::ieh he is said steamship company has botn ; 27,754. !
financial acd shipping CASTRO HAS ROUTEDVENEZUELAN
. to 1.apa
. IN NEW\ ORLEANS i ,ijji'.nrti I I about sjs months ago. interests of this city and will; J Republican) will have an uncommon Special to The Daily News.irainb'urV .
soon enter into active competition for ._ #
. II ; :.\1'! i he would not take double REBELS I number of Democratic members soma : Si,t. AccoTdiug: Id <
between this uid tiit;
commerce port
I t.itun! fir them U'>w. I I of the strongest:; Republican! towns of Information received at the Haitlencxrcsulattt
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, -, Far East. : the state electing! representatives ot:
Daily News: here, the provisional govern
, The c x line from New York is f.i
Special to Tte Daily News.New I that party. The vpr.atf will nave ment of Haiti Las closed th* ports
. s. ; t > -T..e i or rTior BOERS COMING be operated by the
Amtrican.-\siatic'l Democrat in 31: members r.. M. '
one of Gonaives, Saint: Marie and Port de :
I "I! Capedevielie tha SteamslJp company, York Sept. (I.-The COUMI: _.aplc'5.! of Kr.ox ( jiu.tv.INSANE I r
, : the striking linemenCj'.ilwell formed under the laws of Malre, mlthan I general ot Venezuela has received th.j :, 1'alr to foreign Ehlps In ronsequenca .

.. :, of the Cumie TO AMERICAN authorued capital: of $500,0)0. The following: undated cablegram! from 0, the disturbanctH 1 on the island. The J

. ,: (company in an at- sailings! will be monthly and the firttvensel President Castro; i WOMAN provisional president, Boisrend Canal,

, .,' linemen's stn:.*. is l is expeeu-d to be (Js7atched! "A fierce battle was fought today has issued 'instructions that the bills t tof

. .' .d. lresident Call-] Special to The Daily News.Iximfon. from this: P''.rt about the mi Idle) ol.titter I at Fiaquillo in which the revolutionary lading, manifests ('le., for then

, -. :ted written pro>.> part ,'r October. under Generals Luciano Mendo- i SUICIDES ports te tot i.'sued fr.the resent.
. .. Sept 9 -G.'n"-al! P..>th.i'-i army f fWb4t
fot'as.'d 'I
providing ,
defeated
T.toyes
completely
and Riota were
, !'('{'rMary.Ir.. P-redocer. said ths evening *a you pay: for extracts I la Important I'
upon the wages "
national
tlius itiunng
peace.
. >..n in other cities. Then that the Boer generals expect! their WHAT CAUSED I :;p clal to The Xe l. but what yon get for yourmoney f !
. tour of the n'.ted States to occupy !six l te ten tinier more important.
.J. irned in order that Green>nie, Miss. Sept 5 -:Mri.Mo'lie .
, months. Althouch the generals have A Certain Cure for Ijentery and I ItiHTRftr Vnnilla cots more because "
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n;eU ba submitted OF FAIRS
DEATH ;. Westrobe. Cla> ion. M.=.=..
Diarrhoea.
, arrived at no definite decision on thapubjeet "i'l
Business Apert Zitg- I ended her life here worth more.JEWELER
. .., ".. their lecturing tour win ; I i ome years ago I was one of a I yesterday by jump
said
positively that II .
into the rtver.
She the
, ably be in in Great Britain. The pr"I I.!I party that intended making a long ing was insace
am w oull be accepted by
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mother who murdered and subsequently .
erals will proceed to The Special to The Daily News. : bicycle trip," says F. L. Taylor, of ji j IN HIS I'I II
, .. I burned her five children ntaMiss. :
in order to attend th gatherin -
morrow San Francisco. Sept According i New Albany, Bradford county, Pa.
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, June 16.
.. IINISTER ? of the Boer leaders and prepare tha to information from France that ha, I| "I was taken suddenly with diarr-i: ILawlhur6t. HEW STAND t

> program for the future. Just reached a friend of the Fiir family I hoea, and was about to give up the II A Boj's Wild Hide For Life. I!

- in thU city. It was a defective storing trip, when Editor Ward, of the
"\ With family around expecting him I have moved my jewelry store to '
VAN THK SANTA: UOSASfliK wheel instead of a collapsed tire Lacey ville.V I'JJ ,suggested that ;.
, WYCK DEAD en/yer I to die, and a son riding for life HS 120 South Palafox formerly occupied
BATHING KSTABLIsHMKMJUthing : that caused the death of Mr. a;d Mrs. I take a dose of Chamberlain's Colic, miles' to get Dr. King's New DU- J
'j by Bass & Co., and am nowbetter
Charles L. Fair while they wore. &utomobiling ; Consumption, Cough
. i Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I covery for I .
, in the warm gulf waters isconceeded i in Franca All arrangements purchased a bottle and took twodoes. and Colds, W. H. Brown, of Lees- prepared than ever to give :t tI

.. T..L Dally N\-s. to be the flne t in the hav been compkted for recaiv. I' ; one before starting and one on ville, Ind., endured death a, onie I great bargains in diamonds, watches, ','

11. T \ .]. world. Everythinsforpleasure with leg the bodies of the Fairs on Friday 'I the route. I made the trip successfully I from asthma, but this woriderfu I jewelry, etc. Call and see me and
t safety. Good board and lodging, by and felt ill effect I medicine gave instant relief and J I
V" > A. -v> mi.liter: i.f ta this city. never any I let me convince you. i
'" the Luncheon I II cured him. He writes: now
week.
day or promptly Again lat summer I was almost soon J. I. HTEPHE ,
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4/t-rw..r.t a surgim served at all hour?, day or night. I completely run down with an attack i I sleep soundly every night. Like
.,. .' a few days ago, died to-< CHARLES H. BITRTOX, CONCERT AND DANCE AT I lof dysentery. I bought a bottle of :; marvelous cures of Consumption. !

: 2m-tf ___ Ianl 'H. MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY j I this same remedy and this time one : Pneumonia,Bronchitis Cong*. Cold MEAT &; MAf/T ha? a marvelon* ,
----- NIGHT. TRAINS AT 8, S::*!) AND I, dose cured tr43." Sold by all drug- i and Grip prove its matchless merit dietetic value. While refreshing and
OA.STOITI.A.: :: 'for all Throat and Lung trouble?.
for the and medicine dealers.
l't almo-t cost
at make 1>-..tho "H .." ,'b'S 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT : gists I Guaranteed bottles GOc and 11.00 pleasant to take it helps assimilation
6 to
Dlxt days
L.fll11re\ room for hew s ock. I ;:i ;"'" # 11:50. TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT i rrn1-Ba1AaID Kenere Right Awaj i I Trial bottles free atV.. A. D'AIem.1berte's of food. Bold byDASXHEISSER
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN3ACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 10,1902. J _


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,6ALTHSURANCE I IT WORKED SHE PUSHED MAN OVERBOARD. GOLD DUST i
St. Louis I I

I BOTH WAYS Conscience Stri.kenVema". Reveals

['"III 'ft, man who insures his life is : M)story of Earl Luken's C ath''" i

?,,,, .t his family. I -- ABC Chicago, Sept. 9.-A dispatch to "Let the GOLD DUST twins do your work" f }

Trr in v ho insures his health | r.Dri,-.nal.I] Th Tribune troi New Or'i! .ans says r. 1C
l-rothrr I.-:, ...Ii I ,,' .
My ; a: twtns!
Aw uu.'s ,. ,'
I tth for his family! arc jf j jin. lousi'iem-e I 'ui-| L'r

ii" and, Lush L.iMiiU f.il..u i.. l.ivo. not to i 011 the mjstory ij Lil i.- .t )fEar

f .- :ItI : with for >. ue yirI\ I ut w i Ii i !r, teen 'BEERSThe ; -'. Lukens monger at ti: \v

I \, r '\ ia.tirc hcalthby gtiird-j i the -i\iiv froia rcat'iii.- iuluiiroes \- 1'1' Orle! iiS I branch ot a 10opon>. 'nt.:

II o. it U is worth guarding. ',' of taLor: ;all nod 1'o.a!, Doyle, Highest Priced but I Ech: !1. l.uKens was bi-l.:< t ,1! t. aai >.

+ Xt the first attack of disease, w. enters it at the s..ie;: lime :!ndlor the Best Quality. I auilor.taily drowned on tile evci-.n; i

fthih {generally approaches awhile worked in the !Fame city '.-: Aug. 31. C

through the LIVER and manifests : flucould not \tryull eoutiuue for- '' Io. SOLD EVERYWHERE. I On that evening a party boarded the I I

ittelf in innumerable ways i-\i'r. and we ut last drifted apart.\ Tor yacht Indian for a sail down the rev tOn
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FAKE I awhile we corres-i" 'nd. d, then liually: c--- .1 the yacht's return it was announ.ed .-. .

lost track of each othi-r. ; ; "to in- that l.uiens: had accidentally fall.noMrboard

ll ::,1\\ hII' for me the romance had fi.ruiatu.n! a.">It the bank nib'.n-rie.- and drowned. His; body

pone out of the detective I'ftI.: and that hiJ oc.'urred in that) cltj, but Ha recovered two days later.

fuU's Pills'And it had IIL-COI.-W the letecti\e business: thvTe was Ly record of any one ot uy Mrs. Kate Jarreau the young wife

uII\'ambh"tl. :.t which 1 f-trucKlc'd to nameVsrtoii-Ulug connccttd with of a traveling! nan, has confessed to I

kn [p the wi.lf from the door fur toy any of thtrn. One d.1!..' a police capt Cooner Richard: that she pushed! Luktns .
::lI.; on wi'ing: me. sjtarcd at ne a .
11 health. scf! and family. 1 made \ery littlerauney overboard.Mrs. .
savo your I then abbcd
moiaeut. :
and tired of duties. however Jarreau
I my went on to say that sh

. thereas no Lelp fur lie 1 "How I soon did Lanier you get that out he?" mistook me had wished to tell the truth about .,..... ". I .

.. I lnt'110 other calling; and kept on tie affair'on the night of the dtnwurig "" \ \()!' l t
4 London sot faa 111:11I: who hd been convicted of sf
::1If I Lin hunting; criminals.One but had been prevented! 1 hy Hal..- Re m I tAre
before :
and
bank: robbery a year "enti iarB
day! I was sauntering along a number of the who ha" .
,
u-u{ \iltioa all I i.i d to the penitentiary for five party died : t....
I ouiaiawould Washington street Chicago when a every body that hi ju!>t.t to !II; -t '
; ye.1.-: I went lo the prison and there /" .
man i>asM-d me and Inspired in my I name they should all ..
sink to
l\.' lcji i-ti'll l.ih found! my !brother 1oh.s soon as heKV r;
ear "('. V G.:s in ten minutes then II' cident theory ; 'ro\
- .1! and that slit : It' lu- threw himself on my neck
I ;::' ui'iivh undi-r I Ilm t cxdiUliu: Mrs. Jarr>au Is held bj th.' '
Y\ he what he meuut urhow lgi-
was
I i s', '.i. !.,id left 'Oh) Tim, this oniics of reading as a witness. .\it.r sh!:"' JM _W :..
lie I'lmto know me was a mystery. 1 I
.i.i -I re- (:spoil! ::n .:::01 Coiiau bole!'' story a search was made !." Fit ,

My training as a detective at I "K.\plun.: j .I..,:.." was ascertained he hi ,! i, t you a ->ia'.e tc nousevvorlt )
h assured that I might he on
once ue
! ., I M i 111' IrdI "I t.'ll!1 in with s.ime ann who pro- citj.
'iwe. iV 1L's in t llmil1utl's
the track of a cl ( :
I '. Il'Ill': j-4i d I to r.ili a l li.'i.U! ; a"I: convinced<< GOLD /JUST
9 i I Lave it! The letterstvrt I \ Short Cut (u Mi-rp.
9i I' i 1"\VS tiu"'i that I w.'!> ono of Hiir; lind. I:ofulr -
i \ the initials of a Urge restaurant and j Doi-tor," said he. "1 la a \ -.in(: ) of nas done more than anything e se tc fe-nanLioate; : women from the
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111.' I -Ithl"XIIllJ: 1111\\ 1 hilt tided to
falcon mar !by. I kept right on to | insomnia. I mn't slwp if :M'III-K '''- back-breakng burdens of the ::?-f1 'i It v-ieans+ everything

fi .Ij'' Mll]> the place entered it and looked about I trap th. u they: wire arrested amidpeh l least iH'iM, sik-h as a oat o.i tl!! < arden ah)ut the housepots, can, .:.->:h, _" f u jvc'dwork. Saves
( 'I I 1 1"I IV- I bed tea me. P.lpers' w< re fouud in tme, more> and .
lie soon entered passed wurrJ.MademybyTHE
for man. !
my wall for iiManc-
.. I '.. .1 'II t\V' my rix.m connecting Ilk with ihcui. I '
N. K RBANK: COMPANY,
me without a glanco and went to a I :: ,
"Tliis will l h I'lfi-iiiM -
powder c i I nT'licil -
I\t "' I'IUO: to i ii arrested, tried and convicted. The .
e er which 1 was Chicago New York. Boston S: Loins' Eta ie-s uVAu FAiRY SOAP.
private iliaftig ruoui. to ful'l the! : ; after !
physrLut. rowplla.dhg :!
I"i lit SUCI I I man who got the reward I had hopedf.r
io wed him. The door was tcarcelyiclosed I a luvsoriiilum. t
v h acing attI was a newspaiM-r: reporti-r\ and ro
.,, ., when he said lo me: I "Win n ilo 1 take it, divi'tor?"" .
::11. him ia ilelectivt at all I wish I had the necks -
The!
"Il's some time sincee nut "loo tlon't: take it. iiUiit; to the
'.. of Uaboriau and Conan i
iI all rwtem.i.n ltd'! Doyle lOUt! TIME TABLE.
last 1 taw of you you were being "
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cat ia a little milk.\ : -Family Doctor
_':a and he inii'irc r.oosI'd hang both of thou hlghi.1
oil: by a IOi) with a pair of braceletson

: nf his ;I'tllu'l ,our wrb-ts. :o w:,,, 1." I than Hainan. Foley's Honey 'anti Tar LOUISVILLE AND: NASHVILLE RAILROAD.

u;:Mii>:cr ri'i'Uixl "Memories are nut always pleasant j You should have taken precau IS EFFECT UKCKMKKK: I.l1.JI

..11 in (|uostk> tion.! I Iajust made SlO.CMj for cures colds, prevents pneumonia.Water -
litttir come to the iwint: at once
fullwt'll' New Orleans and Mobile.
: .llIil was Simmons and 1 ; doing what has sent you to priscu. --- .
"lU:kt are. ---- --- -- -- -- -
j l lij the admittance ; you I went to the governor and stated coolers that do not
know Simmons he was with us I Ic.u .
(you ; Xo.8. 1'10. ; Not: No.1. loio.I No.li.
.1. a fully qualified the other job) was discharged last my own and Ill) brother's attempted waste ice at the Willis 7:1i: II 12lsm 111:05 p Lel\ve.... PPDIIU.ola..Arrlv8 1i:1I a'' Cat: p 9W: p
I work in such a way as to secure him 5:511: a :2:7 p I 1:0:1.: L .ve_.... 'Iomaton .... L."e ":tai 1\ 2:80! p 7:'_'1i p
week. Well sere: going to crack a Hardware CoSs.WEEKLY 11:00: a 4:9::! p I 2i.'i: a I Ll'an....... Mobile .... I.I'I\\'II 1Sln'tll:1S. : n 6:00: p
bank, and we are badly in need of u n pardon. We are now engaged in a - ..._._.. !I.p: I 7:10: 1\ Leave..NPw_oriFan4. .. LFavP_ .-!5aslp 75a .._
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'I >i illrn to IniiiieiiMB SILe.tr..y paying: business-not as detect hcs- '
trust to watch If you'lljoin North.
we can
man
>CIIED ULJ-
built on the $10.000 paid me the
up jy
troub bad in i iNo.
so : us. we'll share the plunder h11ll'jpM
i \ if Valley View, Ky., I thlr ,." -th National. FOR STEAM DIVISION 2. i No .. So. I i No 8,
detective storiesor Lt> ..... Pt'n'l\colll .. I
1 'a work, feet were If any one mentions 1lap: m III. .ArrlvII :IMlpm 6:00am
my I consented and lie unfolded a plan I'ENSACOLA KLKCTltlGTKUMlflAi 8:15 am 6:11 p m ArrIve.. Ionttolllt'ry: _I..a"e 11:15 a m \1:15 p DI
the detective service to lub he
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ii-f -iz and wash : 11 :,u ArriveBltmingham _.L-aye tIJaam
th National. : am \Ill'Ipm 4:06pm
,-d and physician* to rob the bhuuld keep nut of the way of his fists.TUOJIAS HAlLWAY COMPANY. 7:0 p In i 8\0 a III Arrlv......Nashville ..,...l.pavII .. .. .. .'" ...
aurelit!. How the man had mistaken me forSOIllI. WATERMAN.. 2l-Jam: !II.lam Arrva ..., LouiSvlne _....Ixeve 815pm i 2.5am
rive me : Kr;
else 1 could not imagine.IIoweuT. Train leave Pensacola for tbe LlttliKarou 'i: lam lI:1\WI\m\ Arrlvll..t.'Incmnall..Ll'avtl fI.lpm 1I:1 pm
I' > prcjcribid"Foley's one -- tog ItayouWarringtonNay rut 7:50am. _talplII I IArttvi .Mt.l.oUl' ...I.ea.. lpm IMpm
w1':icti mule: a well I did not trouble myselfery and Fort Karraccus at -
euros 1If'lI\lIlrh8 lit' the I.ungn. i PENSACOLA ND-RIVE .JUNCTION.
lv. A. D'Aleinbtrte, much aliout it being absorbed with the aaI a.in.arrive at Fort Harrancai T:19a.n
I wonderful piece of luck that had befallen I "I"everal't.ur" since! my lung' lUl'lla.m.arrive at Fort Barrancds 10:.ii.c No. 21-0ally No. 8Dallyio.top! Wb"r time not shown I No. 2-llall1' 1o. 22-t117 r
_. old bird togh.1. were so badly alTeet''d that I had lwi p.m.arrlv..at Kort Karranoai 1:45pu I
,.i-i a ii Theory. I me. 1 was too a hemorrhage," wrttt-s A. ;\1.1 8W p. m. arrive at Fort iinrrancag .:1:1: p u 1I:5. pm 7:011 a 1Lt'ave. .Pensaeola..Arrive" 1lI:50 pm IISU pm
many
away my secret for nothing. I :15p.m. arrlviiat t'ortliarrauca. 7uOp) 1.:15 night 7.la" ". ... loll: >'lIlIa. ... 1I:1Jf\ to
i o? the nineteenthAr.ulfiuy I, of the -th National .\keof\\"tld.Iu,1. "I took treat- I .8mip.m.arrive a' Kort Barrancaj 8:<) ;.11 12::)1" Ili Yfilt'>tra. ...... 1":8'1"I I, 1101 It
of Scipriie went to the president ; m-Mit with several I'h '-.iciall.. without Trains leave Fort Karriacua for Fenia I\!: TIs ......ml.c"mblR. ...... IIIS'! 6fl7 "
and told lam that 1 kn.of. a I benefit. I then started to coin at 12.\ii" 75"! .. ... .._ Mulat .... .... 10: "I" Ii:.i '
'' :1 to. the ilrst any I I II\I": 7.."9 .. .. ,.. ... Harp.. .. 111:21'. Iii'
about to to 'i m.
I serious misfortune happen and Tar and at Pensaeola HOII I a n
1 -"he the following, take Foley's Honey my 7:15 a.m. arrive 12'-0" 7t.: no .....(isltCity ......... 10.1:1: 67 "
him and that 1 would tell the secret lungs are t'ow as sound as a bullet. 11:01)) p m. arrive at 1'lInaaola..11._.._. : p.n I I:5 4" 'ia\j '. ..m... \tllton ..... ,. 10IU 5O ..
i :la1 ii vase full ofi :!;IU p. In. arrive at 1'ensacola 2:41: p.n ,.. II ..... Good .. i "
to geta ,, I recommend it in advanced stages .. law am. Rdooge 456
lie me ..._.
for 10,000. questioned t>:JO p m arrive at IVnsucola 6:45 p n I .. ., "
... "
h ..... HlIU \1:811
I I M 8:15 ':116
similar I' : :
; ''Ir : -
i any clew! without paying for it, but 1 'of lung: troubJp.! W. A. D'Alem- 7:01 p. m. arrive at HenBaooia._._. 7.io .:. t: I" 8J t ) ......_. Ml1llg'ol! .....- .' /iIO: 4:11: II .
iiii1 \'. U flow over. l.1fox. 'SS5! p. m. arrive at Pensacola.9:6J p.nSaturoay.only. is ..... II r
mouth, and he finally contracted berte, 121 S. l'a I 2Ia: It 8i'l ........l.rebt\.le. 8:18 ,:tJII
: |I'd st 11.:0: it a tisli. the j sealed my I I ------ .. -- 81 It 8M II .......IeerLand .._._ It 8M 815 It
1 that of the to pay we what 1 asked. We will launder your ;sprercts for FARE FOB WEEK DA YII. 8ffl" 11:10 ...... Mosey II 'a1..._ 8:40. 8:111 II
"- i <|ii 10 i 'i II II
Of the night we wore to 1'ansaoolato Fort Karrnncat and retDrn Its :WI" 11:85 Mftf'uDlakl-'prlngl.. 5:19 2:43
: i \ t'.i-w ,. cr. L.r.lam1'ject I course on 15 cents each and nr.ake them look I, P"n:&Coja to Navy Yard and return...... t":\ I, .;1'1" 8H II M......... Argyle ....._ It 7H 2HI It ,
rob the bank: I had IN.IU.-CIIIPU stationed : like uw. Star Laundry. 1'ensacola to Palmetto Brach and reicrn 1USC5OAT 4e" 8:r7 ....Ponce d" LP0L._. II 7\I: 2:18 "
I at comcnient places! who at the I ____ i 6(10" 10:10 .. ..Wt'61\.1le....,_ It 7:17' I 1M It
: I .n'd. II' : jiouroil I AT OHKDCD I 6u I.I II .. ..... ('arY\'llll.__ It 1:1:1"I: 1.W t
DAXCK
proper time swooped down upon u* CO XC ERr AND I then w.ather permits the running o 68.1" Itl$1 ...........IOl1I-oIY........_ 5it5 1:27 "
I \In.ur. I-, I the problem i and captured its red handed and justas [AGSOLI.BLl'FF FHURSUAYMUHT. open co chea. enl 13:17 6* II m.. ehipley .. ..._ .. 11:8'1". I 1:1. II I f
.:'.1< tolit Iced in any I LeaVE Pentanola, LT Fort KsrraaoaV 11.8) II 11:117 II ... ..CotioudaJe_ It 5:19 1. 1:3 nook
the burglars: were almut to getaway : TRAINS; 8, !biO: ::: AND m, 10 a. in.lla.m. 7'M) tli' ........tarIR"na..._ It Ras, ,, UU II
'I I I oll""I\. ly the prize with $73uf"; in bills, besides i a I9. LAST THAIN IJKIT'RNS AT I, I! m, 7:8\J"\ tl:45 ..... .._.l'yprl"H ,........ II ::>1" 11:45 I m
: 7 ." ..... ._ 1i:8' "
01\\ ip.ci. t p. tn. : tl:5:1": .Ura'ld R1dge. 1111"
, large number (government bonds.I I I ,. .. .. .. ,.
, \\--M. TICKETS 2.:I l'EXTMAT Im I p.m. 74 13:15 noon I'n"I\r1 .m" 6:11 IlIitI':
\ IUI
dtUl1"
ill- was led away to jail with a pair of j I r".m p.m. 1\:11) 12:15"rrh'C".ltlv,,- '',nctlon..ieavF :\\:11I" 111:111"I:
J ;II.i ; i 'I 1".d, and fori DEl'OF. .
wrists, which weretaken
!i i I. ci i.t.fd to pour handcuffs on my t.mm. : ep.m: .

,. ,,'i 11'I. < ', it suddenly! off as soon as 1 WIuut; ot! I 1 p. :n. I p.m. LAW DEPARTMENTJoIin
;.J' sight of my colalwrer-s. :Meanwhilethe l' IEBOWELS FARt 70R8CNDAT
t'at.ll'lIIiciJ.n- FOR
: BEST
t
r" .if tl
r :! man who had met me on the I'eniaootato jrtBarranoai: Nary
' I!. t 1.1'" .Io-m! might !lit' lard and return__.____ thPni I -NF'-
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:i street was standing beside; me waitnir.; oba! to I'almetto Xeaa sad

{ iiiiilioii: iii,>i he deteri for a I'.Ial'k1:11"1: :\. 'lI.n._______ HjNo BP Stetson
t
ii'-t t..:r uiuiself. "There's no way in the world t-!:: freight elveitaher:16Dm I University

\ with U.UIT: he put "
could have leaked: out he 111 muiten.! ft' I to I' if thes Doantuct: Floridn.
I t t,1\ MYI t ,..it \the water !- I
"except through >'uu.uw, 1 brln1 : r'. I
'I i !ti I I.., t.H.U OUt till' it I'.uffalo. iou'.I! t l J 'h The Beer JOIN 1''OHInI'h.. n., IVosulPiu AI.IIKUT.I I'MIIUll Ida n., Dean
you gate us away : Inc !; ""If I
I I. \ 'M- a_ :.1 I \\ it'i water 'I pay fur this." t rl.a i II I rail 'IVrni COIIIIIH-IICCS \\'ltu'sila> h-ulior 1 t !to..

I II; a I ii-h : .. t";lane of II I I:11111' The next day I recehcd my pay and CANDY That Made: @ i TWO Y KAKS' i iiri{<*K:-The Hcpartnient of Julio It. tetsou VnlverbltYltlv...

.; -: ,,- 1 .it of the I suioi.iucontentedly CATHARTIC 11\atno-tenii cour,". Undine to tindfunH or .LI, K
In the evening sat by my lire ? \lEi2ltEt111; I I'" Tu 'fit t: KMt-Tlif diplom of the .Law Di-partment John H.i .
,, in hi. surprise. that I and planning for a iiiwst.irt i Stet'mn 1'iinermtv Hdrnit_ t" tin* Fur.rTKTHKK .

M' .lutnl: over. I with my l'Upit:1111t'1l the fan Al NHtl IFMQU R r A t U : IShtRMATinNEorthe'LawAnttnuncemrttt rcgiirdinuthi- (lir| "rlii''it.iiitilrfAMiF.ItT of l'1:.i2-3,and all other deblrrdmforuialion .

i" .'deity of his discos suddenly popi>ed into my head that 1 : J. FAllUAH. H..au..f Law: Department

tilt was that tote otI'r' had been mistaken\ for my twin I DP Land Fla. .

t once withdrawn. brother Had IJofo gone to the bad. -ISVICTORIA- I II II I
I
)Iy own brother! born at the sauntime \ Ii

r. Date nl lie hll le, grown up with rue, a burglar, a i Tulane University of Louisiana. ; 'JI

-i-u advanced: morei J.birdit:111! sickening; EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY I V

i .1. than !surgery, but it As soon :U1 could ir.d awaj' 1 started if I .n' I', ,I.' It t .',e ,;.",M1'. :MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. Now Or1Ortl..Fi. i iI I
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1
',,, ii,ed except where ab-I j fur lluffi'lu.: 'JlimI w.-.111.,1 the I"I r ,. \ -" r. ,,,,, :.1 1oo"1 1 I' P.KSr 10-CKXT ItOTTLB 11Ei:tiN
.
i --sly. I cases nf piles : L tHltl.l\l1. ItL M' 'I riim-m, (1ll1A11I.r srw TOI.K.li.mnri -' I! TOWN.DANNHEISSER. I EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LL.D., President.rull : .

i" it I.. seldom needed. )I I
Witoli Hazel :t-alvecures i \' tu KOK I'MTMOM.V.: KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEANIISEZ BROS I I Courses In Lnncuacpi. eIPnrPe.l KnuliKiring. Law. Medlplno. Pharmacy, Art. a
Seven Separate Ih'parlm.'uIU..II: Kitildir.i-. KxtenMve Lil>rarleb. Laboratories
: I pt'f1l1'IUfI1t1r. 11tI Dr. J. C, i-hop! of Agnew Mich.: I AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATEDI and Workshop1 Splendid Dentrtment for Wum"n In the New'cum b ('olll't!. I I ITlllanl'lm8ke.l..adl'n

i PUN, burns brumes, j =a"I have u-cd Foley's Honey III all vocations. Its lacilitiM for Instruction are un'urptsiedin
111 .) ::-. allr was ?" troubled 1 with good re-ult- in Ibl'.rar1"mlcd"plHtmpnt Louisiana bovs. Kipenses of scholarship ttudenlIT.'ifor
that I lo-t much pueuinonia everycaae. I Mam House-401 l !';. Palafox street. ( '"'eton. r luu- ." Ilf-fup --uh-titut:. \V. A. --- =""",,", agU slud"Dh for self-help. In the Academic+ Colleges, DO boy, ((properly: pr' pared
I ,rr 'ttth," =:11'4 J. C. I'hll- h'Alemberte,121 1'alafox. Dept forcolltve wurk1.. turu daaayfrumuauinptopay tuillou. Next 8eb lon be 'i I

.- 111. "ni'Witt's Witch i I --- -- 111" t Etab of i1 db' P. O. Box 281. Penacola, Fla. Catalogue .

,ilvicured I me in a >burt | If you wish the very best' Phones 116-2K8.: I Address. l t. It.BRUFFSecretary. ; .
leu.rnl.
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"thP.! and heal Hari"1| I

.. Ji.im :Sheppard, Sidneyc ',! ice cream freezer the very -

lowest price, the Willis Y'o K1EY eUfiE IIIru..t : ::f>-WE WILL-fa
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=: :sttll 21
Hardware Co. can please


,\'/ of Felt our Mattresses celebrated I I II'J' you. 37 men,> ,d' ndcc!. Coitiina CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS t !! t tj --M


pack or grow by cmi- I
rem,dJe3 recognlitd

Metier than a hair'i GRAND EXCURSION omt phvsidftns u the best (fa j at and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of 4

>:..... at half the price. Bad4&r! troubbsLAir'icz !
I -- Kidacr and 4 Fall Goods*: *- i -
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i (V (Jitina.llfilirai t oaf JUf\ I I '
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LAST OF THE SEASON TO MOBILE
H.ICIMJ, Attention. I \V. A. n'ALEMBERFB 2S doz Men's Laundriei: hfhirts, (G8 pair Ladies' Spring Heel fohflP"GH; your boys ready for cllool., .

will be a regular meeting! of NEW ORLEANS.Train !! regular $1, to close at 75c.; regular $1 good, to cloe quick at Soc I We carry a lull line of noy Huit!' f'

cola Medical Society' 8t'J i AND 11'60ti tiN1r04 "7 doz Men's Colored Laundried pair. oS Boys'! Suit, regular price, $1.00, ,. I .J;
cloae 75c suit.
of Health office at 81 I shirts, regular I 75c, to doe ut 50c. &S pair Ladies''J.ow.O' t Slipper*, I to at
67 Wool duets I
Boys' regular I
x' Ci. Tuesday I"t'pt. :23. I regular 51.25 goods, to close at $1051pair. price J.
57 doz Men'* Colored Laundried J 1.50 and $1.75.; to close at $1.13 suit.
..' physicians: are cordially I HaveRheumatism .
1 i' au< lid ]I IDK. If You Shirts, regular oOc pooda, to close at 120 Boys' All-Wool Suit-, regular y'I

.W. C. DEW ERY, :, 35c ; these goods should go in 21 08 pair Men's Low Cut Shoes, regular price $2 OHo $3.00, to close at $1.50
President.I is hours. $1.50 goods, to close at fl-20 and $2uu suit.

'! 'E.'>!. l.J.iH'KEK 20: doz Men's French Neck Balbrijran ?- pair. We carry the largest line of Boys' '
Undershirts at 20c 23c Pants carried by any house in the t
i regular
of
Secretary. We the largest line Boys'
leaves!'! union depot Monday. carry city. .

2'J. at 11:30 a, m. sharp. Fare ... goods Shoes of any hou-e in Pensacola. All of our Lathes and Muses' f I
Sept.
I 30 doz Men's French Neck Balbri-! Bring your boys to us, we can fit

!ft can get your house for round trip to :Mobile, $L50: to I I URICSOL the' >,J"4 great tPte(
IIslzed at Ma i New Orleans. from Cantonmentand Remedy e : sold by others at 0c. We have just received a full line 100 doz Misses' full seamless hose,

complete r- Century same as Pensacola. { "ou. It &lo! cures Liver, Kidney antiblatider j I All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts. We will to close! at 60c doz, or 4 pair for 25c. 1 .1 I
d.sees, caused by an excesi! of
n i Juina's_ on easy pay- : Returning: leave New Orleans i uric acid. It never faii.! and builds up I cl.ieat75cents. close at hoc for your choice. Home 75 doz Men's Seamless half hose,

."s; weekly monthly. ; at 11:30 and the health and trersth while mug it 72 Pair Ladies' Spring Heel Low of them are worth 11.50.We regular( lOc goods!'!, to close at 5c pair. f

I Wednesday morning Bond stamp for book of bottle.wonderful For wle certificates. Cut !Slippers, 2'a?i! to 7, regular $1 carry a full line of Skirts. We have just received a full line

II I Mobile Wednesday afternoon at 4 by ggls. Price.. Ifu per druKlit can not goods, to close at70c pair. Look at our window display f of Ladle Kid Gloves\ in all shades. k

: aOFESSIONAL; CARDS. : o'clock. Coffee and refreshmentswill supply you it will be tent pnpili upon of I

I receipt of pnoe. AdiressUricsolClieiniciCo.LosJigeesCal
--- --- -- be served train going I
on Remember, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we will have Room '
V/. C. ROWE, M. D. and returning. Purchase tickets at !! ,

Ottue17 l'alafox. ticket office. For lurther information or the !
:- s. F. B BRHMNBR'S '
apply to ROBERT Kixo orPETERTHOiIAS Lam2r&P.ankinDrGgCo.Atantil6a.Distributing ,. I1t I
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> to Ya'J; a. ra aad l to 8 p. m

*. o ort! I Agents. % 105 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. QJ !

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4 -p eJi AC..lU.: t ...A EW5--- TUG MONARCH I!( STOLE HACK i, Hair falling? Then you are starving it. : "Stron e t in I e Wl!

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: You can stop hair=starvation with a -- -

Entered: at the Post Office at Pensacola. JXPLOSION1 AND HORSES The -&_,I Annual !'olall'II.,. .

I l'Ia., Iecond_- lasi matter_ i hair=food. Ayer's Hair Vigor.J.t C.AyerCo.ll.KM*,. Ending ))eceillfoet. tree?,iYU I. \1,

OFFICE :-Pitfi Building, S11J! lOutb.Palafox j --
9I itreec, up-itairs. I I

r THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. j| PENSACOLA RELATIVES WENT TO Ail UNEQUALED ROBBERY REPORTED -- EXTRAORDINARY OPERATION. ;'; THE I [ [EQUiTABLE \j

FIT !i NEW ORLEANS LAST NIGHT. THIS MORNINC. M'DAVID NEWS i:


H4!r ik One BU Months"z Year Terms by:Mall Invariably in Advance... ........ t'i 5 00 i I, --- NOTES OF INTEREST I Chicago Surgeons:New Socket.Fit Man's Hip Into un ASSURANCE[ Loch w l! .

One of the boldest .
and
I One Week.by Carrier. Payable Monday 10 i Captain John Pine and daughter. unequalled Chicago.!; Sei t. H-An rxtraonimar:; i I Assets . . ;

I Miss Mary Pine, left for New Orleans robberies in its line yet heard of I -- and it is b.'l'fted! a successful surgical Reserve and -
a' 118. I ot 1.i "
TELEPHONE NO. j I last night to be at the bedsideof here was reported to Sheriff Smith i McDavid, Fla., Kept. 9.-We have operation. has been performeJ ities.. .. . _
at .M If rcy hospital by Dr. J. B. Murphy,
their and brother Jos. Pine this morning by Will Hunter, a been having some very rainy weather
son I consulting surgeon of the institution.The Surplusfromw( !'u i ,

,, u'' ON ABEts who received the worst injuries in night hackman. Hunter requestedthe t for the past few days, which was subject of the operation is Dr. I dends are paidPaidtoPoIicvl. .

Wednesday night's explosion on the sheriff to find and return to him ';quite a drawback to the meeting W. L. Griffin, of Shelby. Mich., who II I h.,1! !i. .

vessel. They will remain in New his team of horses and fine hack, which was held at Rays: chapel last was severely injured in this city several I 1901... ...'. ,
I >
)'j a:sago. ne leg has been
PENSAOOLA SEPT 10 1902 New .
,,Orleans and when Joe is able to which were taken by an unknown week. However, the meeting was a gradually!! growing shorter. Recently; [i Total Insurance Insurance 11 ",
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rjR SEPTEMBER seems to be an unlucky I travel will bring him to Pensacola if party last night. success. the X-ray was used, and it was found j I,I Dec. 31, 1901! .

j 1 3 a .' month for presidents. I he can be :spared from the boat. I When asked about the theft today Several visitors were here last; the that socket the hip and was was completely slowly working out of j j Notwithstanding: .

I A message from New Orleans at 10''! Hauler: said that he had driven two i Sunday shaking hands with old its way upward At Mercy hospital :I cial strength of it L>. *
borrowedBryan' I I i I greater security.
TOM JOHNSON has o'clock last night stated that airs j! passengers to a house near the cot- 1 friends and enjoying the many good Dr Murphy for an hour and three- holders thereby it! .

I*. u : old shoes: to run in. Pine was ic a dangerous condition. >| ton compress last night and that he i j things to be found at "Big Meet1 quarters cut away the bone and ex- :' are LOW and 'UL\ l loter :\ _
t:anrollS growth and fitted the hip than given by :
j Rt GOVERNOR JEXXIM.S: will make a I I and while there was hardly any im- j had tied the horses to go into the j iu s." into a socket The latest news of '

Pt spirited) address to the assembly of mediate danger, his bums were very ,' house. In glancing: at his hack he Mrs. S.1.. Roberts; of :Muscogee the patient is safsfactory.! rli011'LES

- turpentiLeoperatotstuJacksuuvilltoday. ; !'seriou-, He was standing directly'' saw; it careen to one side, then the Fla., has been spending a few days IWns.Gpncr.il ..

; -- --- i over the manhole from whence the I horses were spoken to and they began 1 with relatives and friends at this Fo ey's Kidney- Cure \_ "
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& : PRESIlJE TRoISEVELTdon'tnee d' flames to move. i place. makes bladder
leaped. Being almost ready''for kidneys and right 309 n. Falafnx :x: i N
t E'i to go 'way oil to Colorudo to shoot L. retiring he had stripped himself !! Hunter says he ran out, thinking : Quite a crowd from Pine Barren w .
> I i'it; lions. He can get more game right j' I ---
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1 ; ; a tiaratogi. to the waist and caught the full Hire [! the anima I. to run away. came up :Sunday. All seemed to enjoy -
ti.5b
,1 ;; I GREAT SALE FOR RENT.
I of the fire on big bare tle-h. As he reached the street he spoke the day.

4 GuvERNoR.'roNEofPenn3ylvani: : fi! Young; Haley's injuries were at.,I II to the horses, commanding: them I The many friends of Mr. L. C. II OF CLOTHINC, ETC FORRE.VTIgymnasium l '
1 propo-es to call a special se-rioii ua'
-, the legislature to end the coal strikeby first reported to be serious. Last to stop. He was greatly sur- i Brewtoa will regret to learn tint: his < ?< <
.
i 'r'1t ', compul-uQ' arbitration. It may night shortly after II) o'clock, however ; surprised here to see someone in the quite ili. I have cola Athletrented / < ,.:
+ ju-t bought at bir4am
a
;great : -
.-; *> l be that the trust is bigger;; than th e ] Conductor LeIJaron MeVoy, !! veuicle apply the whip vigorously i, The little son of Mr. Ogle, the !section a fi oiiO'-tock Clothing. Hnoe*, dun ,' _

;.' .state of Pennsylvania. You can :, his father-in-law{ received a message and urged the horses at great speed foreman, died Tuesday last. lpIl',; Furni-hiiiir! *. etc in the -tore! for fairs, 1'1
lead a hurt to water but you can at 2Wi South Palaf.ix street, wnich.egIUIlU.g' etcFti
from Mr. H. H. Thornton, giv- forward. Hunter yet commandedhim The bereaved parents have our most I Thur-day will be off.-rHd ces
4 } y not make him drink. .
rr I I i'I lug more reassuring advices, ales to halt and when the command heartfelt sympathy.Flomaton at sacrifice prices until all is gone. call ai thephoie.Vo. <
I Call early at :IOU) South Palafox
ft '..ki Wf THE Chicago; school board has:''McVoy intended going over last was not obeyed, two shots, merely Centuryfiud. Bluffsprings I ,Thursday: and get great bargain street. i .

; t : I I been unable to provide untainted 'j'night; but did not go when he received '! ;for intimidation, were fired. The ;, were well represented at'I' F. E. P.AWXEfl.I : .
k water for u-e in the public school, CONCERT AN: >
: to each child i ordered to bring u" I the message. Mrs. John Davenport owner of the team saw it disappear church Sunday. We are alwayjglad 1I 1
; ;,j ? ;, I will repair your watches ana MAGNOLIA HI.I! ,
,1 own borne of water Kiel morning j I; an aunt of Haley's! went ..''iu the distance, ,going" ; toward rTo- to give a cordial !greeting:: to all 1 1., )Jewelry in flr-t-cUns! aryl,. J. 1 NIGHT. TRAIN- \

'L ., The innumerable themes the brain over to be with him during his period ton. visitors.Mis terhtns. 9. LAST TRAIL: 1 ?;

of the small boy will devise to get a'' of su tferi 11;;. j He made his way back to town as I Lula McNiel of Bluff Springshas I >-- befo- -- ->- Fur- Il :50. TICKET .: v ,
barrel full of fun and mi-chief out 'T yu buy
{ of a bottle of wattr will drive the A wry peculiar coincident of the best he could and gave out the above been spending a few days in our S ee } f" OJ' arch le". l'we-t.Hi- {pi ices DEPOT.

rt i poor teachers untimely graves by I explosion was reported. Capt. Kog- i I ver,luu. He has no idea who was I' little town, to the delight; of friend t

:.p+, ; the insanity route. I Inch had just received a letter from 1 the party, and cannot recall any and relatives. OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE:

,'t })L S.\l'IJLA ha-> the, most humane :; his wife here wherein it was told that single instance: having bearing up-I The many friends of Miss;; Letitia I! You Don't Have to

:, and benevolent get ot uu-iutss men i J she had had a dream and she on the proceeding. :' Baggett' will be grieved to learn that Drink Boiled Water Fine ovtertodaj. I .'
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+ ; t that call be tuuuil uuynliere uit the j thought the Monarch had Mown up I( As soon as the report W.H given at';' she will soon return to school[ in j!

1 it. top-3ide; ?tb13 earth. Yesterday, i and all on bard had been killed but ,'the! county jail, long distance ttla-l I Tennessee.Mr. SANTA ROSA SURFBATHING
j 'Fs r when tilt news of the explosion !
on I! Ilim-elf. The captain had the letter :'! pinne connections; were made and : D. 1-'. Parker of Good R:1l1f. DRINK:
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I the steamer Moiutch, m New Orleans I I I ESTABLISH[ -
i'' was reported to her owners J in his hand and was telling another intermediate stations from Pansa-: ,II I Fl.1.Vli: shaking hands with! III- II I I I Ii

''J here, in their great anxiety to ascertain I team !boat captain of it when the cola to Flomaton were asked to lookout friends here Sunday, much t'i' ,'r ;I i !" 'i !'.owder will!: I i I.. .

;IL .: the safety: of tier crew, they I explosion occurred. He was: on the for the team. At none of those : delight. snud'V\ _'. }p. .
11 4 : ,: never once thought; to ask in thevarious Ca, ,'r I',_'H to !h ivi'the .
'1 urper deck and escaped injury. places spokenvih had the tetmbeen Miss Mabel Quinn i is pr"gt- n,. !r.hmcu1) :- -.
i messages; sent to \t hat ti.- .
1tw'Url aus papers were boughtup reeu.roriur. splendidly with her schoui 1' w..k i
1' teut the steauitr Was damaged.: .I w KWe i "s 0' :" I\IUla,,.r
! r I -- very quickly last night after the wish her all success. T' ., CHAIf r
c I-atom .
IT is apparent that MacLane's a Irian."Having ]
Mary
'; ; I mail tram's!: arrival. With the exception : distressing i, trons feel honored to have a,:.in a, !
aitu-les in the New YorkWorld pains in head i
t l are rank failures from of Claude Moore, an eu;{i- : back and stomach and befit without a sen- l
I
appett'e. I began to tis.. Jr. I
user, the rest teacher.
t ; .i national of were widely known ill
point \'Iew.'he: is notliving Kitg'-:: New LHP Pill, write ; W. 1''htt..hpad I, r

4i I i ;; nj tu the ,-xl'octauuuuuJrt'l'd ':. Pensacolayuung Pine bcin,;' a universal \\ <>t f"uurdai'fox." ., and We learn that Miss .Nelli. ,' U ,I- .... i. }pltll111 I! r. A .1 i -. -. r'. V INun--! ; j
; ->on felt like a uew Infallible I
utation tor original wickedness man. 1
F. allH d favorite. His friend* hold -Kiniiith and li\nr trouble frey will teach 'chool0.. :;:(t. J J:5: : t '. ". P'il iti( xtreet.. !! "

r s caudvr au"I.h..lIc"t. lucongiuity"in : I out the hope of an early leeovery. Only _:Oc .It Akinljcrtt.'- druz Mr. D. J. Bajr ett of Atmore. Ala.. f j I t J. mitt'- in'w -upplv: of l.i,
expresiugau.e.'' In her recent I -tole.HUDCIN'S. I,
t :.j c article on W all -treet she mentioned Mr. Thornton is yet in New Orleans I, was home for a few days la-t w..,.kHH \ IIimhnaL'I : I-: Pu; ''i-, white, bin ., '

r : f; j the abode ot hi- satanic", majesty but doing all he can to alleviate many; friends here are
:. .. ; once and made no reiereiice to tier 1 his men's sullerings; and getting; PENSACOLA learn that his health is rapidly .111. I i v II .\."11 th.'t!! t I. ui /-. For, ( i u'H: Mail Tabs!, t-
I II vi'l, ''i i to match. Ink
4 t uncontrolledearuiug ) i til i "- t tJ'
to by immor-
i matters in shape so that the ,
proving. I ,
tug can \IJ .i ',I II. ldiJ5laiikb..ok. 1'
I '.
) : al.rUe \ I '
tl lUClJrnplJlelaQ';, : will have
1'ii ; It., to do lJtttl'Cor"he will lose her job pui-ue her contract. The Monarchwa CIGAR ANDTOBACCO Mr. C. O. Krewton of Carney AI. "u tlw 1\- on hanJ.

.,.t r __ not much damaged.: I i was called to the bedside lit( ,. I' ..Fo..2I.:
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mdi-piuable truth of the following
t \t fame Near l.einj; a trippir.Josh FACTORY father Wednesday. i n n
i -umuiary vt the Ev'.rb..d\ tIII.
present situation I a ru"
'}; r }, ot the vvoikiugmau by chairman ,1! \Ve.tbafer. of Loojrootee, i i iInd
t C :1' Jaine- \\'. Onggs is evident to ., i-> alo"r man, but he !says: he ; the )[. K.; church here the 1 I.. wo< .j flgnt fin it. They inu-t! wchailie -
f; would not be without Chamberlain's j ArtHcon"l\ tbl.' unavoid:iblede- to {iret It. iinj K :
t every man wtio works fur a salary. j m-t. All are invited to coin- Thos. C. Watson & Co .
t The man who gttthe same salary Pain l>alm if it Cot five dollars a''lay in the receipt: : of his !Iarg.- -totk ,
,
'. 'I .I' navi -?111<- particular du
t ..tl) uuw that he got live ytjar- ago, Ouds i I bottle, fur it aved him from !being a of material, Mr. C. J. Hudjjm-, thpropnrtor r > otter JII-t now ,u :* '1

all he can earn tit-cessary", tor the essentials 1 i cripple. No external application i- of Pen-acol{ 1"leiebman'1''tnpre- d \ a-I :iu '" i 'iin<' and l\ >
new
cuar r
I :r, .r j of living;, aud he has tiotiiiugItlt Squat to tilt liniment for still and ,nh daily and\ on na* i''" \\ -I e \ in Wilt never rc.r': :
,
r' : swollen and tobacco factory, situated in the Florida :Steam: P.ikerv.f .
.j tur the comtorts and recreation. | joints, contracted muscles,

; t:aid CliairnunUriggIhework- stiff ueck-pramsand rheumatic and i i Thief-en building tin the corner ofI '
This
weather,
{ -
; t ..'s iugmeu of tie country are hearing I i muscular pains. It has also cured I Baylen and Intendeucia streets, has *

t I .;i i nothing i; iroiu the Republican press I| numerous care! of partial piraly-i*. commenced the manufacture of his AIIGURA grasv .roUJ. } '><' >r'1l'

jib' #I, tiow at.d will hear nothing from the :' It is for sale by all druggists and 'favorite brand "lIudin.C..nt I in I"I n pro keen cutting Lawn L'/, I' 1
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s Republican til-binders later on, medicine dealer. w \\ and Grass Shear s / / '
., i| -. --- --- and expects; later to introduce oth- ,i t itr tin aii t it i.; it :
except the I cry oi not a J- trmiir l'ur.III" Willis Hardicare ,
"prosperity" You rnu"t have : ; ( '
good .
to make _
yeast t .
: II
'.' ers. He will also it ; wi 1.,1 _
J t1Fe'tull dinner pall.: buckwheat cakes. 'I he Wet Florida l i shortly begin the '
J i ; It dop all that ir> iiuin-d t.> fit ;, I ttl. lct r, iLnt
-1'uu Repubucancry{ fall.triou.-f .- meant ilakeryelU Fleichntan'Campres I i manufacture of a very choice special l
"", "rd Yea-t. -I 1.11/, '' !L..t'I.' \
\'k.AA..A.AA.A.lu'IL.AAA
i p and Uil-leaJiu,, and it two cake-.oruue blet.d..f .smokiiii I i -tmulite: : the: Liver -. cr \t-ry j
any luau with :< tobacco. nli Yensacnla j
i cake and one ticket for nickel. { I I
t i' a : ,
s. a fixed income will #It down and h'- tine I i1! \' >Is kni\v V..I t t
-- sell without
to at overworkiiiir :
a \
; ( popular price, : | HAVE YOU NOTICED
/! use for liltteii mutts, he will Ud Cleaning; ladu skirts; and waist ] I \" 11"\\:; and \\.t!
; it is so. is one of r"r specialties' Mar Laan-1 I composed of well selected KentuckyWhite the Liver and Bowels. A- .t j 1". r --lClallliil.-,

.. iry. Burley and cizar clipping I I WHAT HERE' \
pleasant IS MISSED
Pro-ptnty -
: What is:; pi ospi; ritv' palatable r. rile' J.
i : :' When Mr. Hud ins assure the ; ;
tllHt'-- are truly prn-prr- trade audcou.umers ii

.. r Itt i uus, price-j of everything are u-u:tily THE PENSACOLA generally, that thee 1 Laxative ni* /'vV"V-VVVVVVVy.-\ "
: but I Perfect.
high
\ w'at.r
e'nl'-pl.Jmh':
4 q goo<|1" are strictly fjrt-cla, and he
t t-o. They keep pace with ., '"
high pricej MEDICAL I v i' \aWtta'nlunLute .'
SOCIETYThe feel conflJent
that with
an
j opportu .
',. of neces-aiit-: and luxuries of life rr elunusatin! (,II J. 1;i'.1). _', : '
r-K.. ( and the huh price are not felt bv nity for trial given them, they will Ste: < ii"I,,' jf'w : :

1.1&i ,. the man with a tiled iarHUh' When prove both satisfactory and popular Typhoid and Malarial Germsfrom you.kinds .
.
Itrf.i rtul; iiu'MI,' If tsar:: 1'1'11-21..
: a nun ha-money in hijocket to HP therefore invites a fair tnal of
f, roll )If>dll"ll the ; .
Society wiheld list y-tpui nothing u All "
+ w ? buv what he iit'edlie dllt:'- tint a-k the .am and challenges of i "
comparison :
n the price. he buys it. When he has night with a good attendance. I ecual: it. It i ia tonic it i.n 1 rocking chair H n M'> r
with any other brands of j
J no money, a low price does not interest
;s him because he can't !buy it, the Ji..cu-"ious were animated I low
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t; h. I : your health beyond
Pro-perity means irmony between yommot
j and iii-tructive. Diseases) incident !
t' CLOTHING AT
V : prices and wages. We have noeuch I ;
sanguine
I '. expectattu,.
a ; harmony, theref.'reourpresent"pros to the fall season were also dircu-s-i 1! L. Bear & Co., Wholesale Agtsl'p.u YOU'LL GET THE LAUGH

+ y perity" is more apparent than real, j i ed. II LESS THAN CCSTjBe : Sold 6 HAH! First-Class Druggists I .
I ->lt'III.. Fl 1 fro'l ..
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4. I ti"letter -" W'
ae "the nUll with a fixed income Recent dieoverieand the advancement :
-
unle-- '
f. t 's from wages or salary: has been hayi ]! of medical science will I innin? Thursday I will tier I ia of the TItht' "

fug/ his income chopped ever iuceIt.4j' for ale at 2Ai, South Palafox *'ipet get the right -. :
F.
be the subjects of subsequent 1:1el1-1 t n.Wworth\ of B. BRUCE
.
Clothing
g by the increase in prices. Every p es. time. H'e k.--l;' ; <
Men's Furnishings etc, at jut vhat'they I i 1 1I Stationery< \
'
ii :.: I wan knows whether 'his income has will brin?. Greatest;; bar. ..in'l glad to p'tj'"u,
a bleu increased during the in'I! ", [ 'I ever offered .
past: three

t ; or four years. If it has not been increased every physician -- -here.F. E. nHA- -\\'ER. !vet r ing is i 11; bitii ad AtAhti I iDt Coe's Book StoreYOU'll _

hI from 10) to 100 per cent., then should attend. I kind r i
i Furnf-
t 5 .< he is losing money compared to Ins I it Poor's P at .."
tI :
hj condition iu b yT and IMS aud trial make zoomcfor Guns BE INTERESTED
Ammunition
t t t2 ill 1902.Flebcbman's. Easy to Take : new stock. Fishing Tackle, Bicycle and 1 .
Bicycle Sundries Edison in many of th- l l' j k
--- -- -- --- Phonograph and Music.
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I t71f.f9'Y'OR"11. hlrp..u'd b* ,j -

J +' Compressed Yeast, Easy to Operate Bean!:. /I 'j'ek'jY.JI I A'H'f3tS> |! 7y"e Hammond and Other Typewriter Typewriter fupplie All with the -tyl.- It. w
Kind, of '
4 fresh daily and kept on ice at the book are pruitfii-
e' B gc TP : : Repairing, Leek and Key Fitting I
"
i West Florida team? Bakery. two Reraa'-e purely't'It'tablt'J'l't thor- z.of I j'I read .'
/ High-Grade easily type.
x, cakes for 5 cents or one cake and one ouch, prumpt healthful! satl.f.1ctQryHood's i I ia'7ture ). .( Hammerless Guns Kept for Rent;Big Supply of Fresh Shells, I i The kind .of book-'

:t ticket for 5 cents. Bakers and all at Low Pi ices. to buy and read,
ISaliiamt ,
Pills from the >or'" m Wood
botels :;supplied any quantity.
t*=l "elD Patiy-Caaz u. 15 South Palafox Street.
3 'i ; t ;tu'w141 fur rot:;pa I Coe's Book S1.i

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA,, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER ID. 1902. I ti I

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I animals. A resolution Mr. Shelby -1 Ttfo. OGO3. i'I. !
by
W. C. O'NEAL President f. C. HORTON Cashier ; 11- I j ,
;
HELENA BLAV I authorized the purchase of a pair I .J. FOSHEE.Vice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. .. :

[ MRS. ] of hounds and accepted the offer of I I

Young Milwaukee Society Woman 1 the constable, with the additional I AMERICAN I'l I! : ;m

i proviso! that half the increase from M I
'N thousand cured The woman who has gufered I j
1J w r]. 'n Lave written from female weakness the dogs also; go to the county. The I OF PENSACOLA, FLA. !
tell how Wine of should do ,
t anything within dogs are to be at any time available !
arJui bestows the reason to secure health. I, Designated Depository of the United States.
health to the sheriff and other county
:I. f on 1 Wine of Cardui U the medicine

;, a ci takes it,ever s that appeals to reason- officers. I Condensed Statement at the close of business Aug. 21, 1002. t I1i
i.r alike. Mrs. ble women-women who
x ca f.au0.123: : Sev- hold operations and cutting Commissioner Roberts submitteda

a -trL'.t, Milwaukee, in horror-women who knows number of letters from as many RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. t

ine of the young that Nature is the best phy- Bill Receivable ... .. ... .. ..... ..... . f350. 03.19 Capital Stock ...... .. ..... .. .. .... .... J200.000.00
'I' 'n wa Wine of Car 8i ian. Wine of Cardui counties in the state which tendedto Demand a.97274 Surplus Fund.... ...... ... ... ...... .. .... 10,000.00
4.,IH ri ued from a life .Vr<. lltlfna BIuu. gives women back their show how much more this county -W9S3 Undivided Profit. ..... ..... .... .... .... I0.242.M
2 *.rra2. Shewritus: health by giving Nature a U. 8. Bonds and Premium... .. .... ..... 1S7.171.87 Circulation. ... .. .... .. ...... .... .... ... lOO, ItJOi()
"T II1l of Cardui Is urtaialq'wora! chance to build up the wasted and diseased was paying for road work than any Stocks, securites, etc. .. .. .. .. ..... ...... 2.625.HO Deposits..... ...... ....,. .,.......... ...... :tttU,4fi3.ilFurniture
tissue. Wine of Cardui regulates other county in the state. It was i and Fixtures.... .. .... .... ...... 6.71N43
oat'women's best friend and I am pleased the menstrual flow and Nature, when [. R. h Stamps; . ..... . ... ... ... .. .... bS Sl
,c m.'t my experience with it A few relieved of the drains or of the poisons ;shown that the average cost:: per Casn and Exchange ..... .... .. .. .... ..... 153256.70:
Ejnths ago I caught a severe cold, having in the system makes the functional i mile in other counties was not more II IIi --
ut in inclement weather,which organs strong and healthy again $$710,706 5710,706.65
ban > Any woman who is silently sufferinguntold than $bOO, while in Escambia it I F
settled all over mt, particularly la the pains because she is too sensitive averaged lliuo.Commenting I 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
bdcmta. I was in almost constant pain. to undergo a physician's examination ,

I (, '- .!lId a physician and took his and treatment can find no excuse for I upon the question of I' -

meitcuc for a month and without any not securing relief when Wine of Car- the road starting from Flomatou, he |I G2 s2s25252,2sass2525252

<<.Id. I then! decided would try your dui licity is to offered deter to her.her.She There can take is Wine !! said he regarded it as; the biggest i ij I 1 prices Wake} It Expensive

SK JICIM and it was a lucky day for me of Cardui in the privacy of her home, in the world. Being almost 1
;CD i! did so. I noticed a change in a with as much assurance of a final cure j! absurdity in
uv; Siind felt encouraged to continue as though a dozen! doctors recommended I parallel\ with the railroad, it ( ki -TO-
it Many physicians recommend
5 Tine of CarJui, and my patience would never be used. He wanted
(,1. Wine of Cardui to their patients.
9.arkd: ,for in two weeks my pains Why not get a $1.00 bottle of Win the convict camp moved nearer

me and I felt like a new woman." of Cardui from your druggist today? Pensacola: and a road commendedwestward 52SJ .Trade Elsewhere
.
A million suffering to reach Baldwin county'by ', SHSHSHSHS ZZ 2525'

WlNEofCARDVI' have found relief women way of Nunez ferry, that country I
Wine of Cardui. t'R PURCHASES FOR THE INCOMING FALL AND WINTER i SEASON OF FASHIONABLE
being the one populated by farmersI 0 MATERIALS: AND '.\WEARABLES! been lavish aid exclusive. Every department is rapidly putting -

and producers. He further slowed on its Aiminin.il hue The hand and brain of our large force is eager to make your shopping! : here
I I both plt>a-ant and profitable. Our modern methods of burin? and selling reliable inerch.iudis> are provendemontrati.in
th"1l-and5
of spending
the absurdity should! dl) -llOpplll .
where your
j I that this store is you
2II FAIRCHILD, of dollars:: of the people's money

Lip rz: o jj s T 33 :xx la: ix REFUSED ni'i'ih of here ; thought: it was a SILKS. !! DRESS GOODS. t

?- t ROMANA STREET. i great big wrong, about which the !

Rsfinisbing Furniture a I PAY EXPENSES people complaining very much. BLACK TAFFETA; indifs wide ; elsewhere ETTAMINE-v-12: mc'iiwult' ; 1'"lorBt'ilf.! ,

S i ittficji I El l. ; the Special here . . .. . ..$l.tq ry and tau inuit p.itt"-in-. worth f'l i\.2 a per
o "':lOG. I Mr. lirewtou defended tl.e work :' :) yard yard Special . .. . . . . . .$1.Uks ) I
----- I
I satisfied neitherMr. : -INCH BLACK: T.tI'FETA-worth :a Barter: TRICOT WAISTINO-C..I. pink NileKrefu.
now being done, but more theytrd. Special . . .. .. . .. .. .$l.OO : garnet and I black: per r- yard tan .. . . : 2
R. K. WHITE, COMMISSIONERS DIDN'T THINK : Roberts Mr.Shelby. The latter ; I I
MOP.AF.FI'OTANDSTRiL'FIIANTitlU'F.ExARMI'RE NOVELTIES-The new dress suit
i "
'II Man, ti fa i luring Jeweler i iI wanted the work m his district WaitSilks: ;, colors, Special per yard $1 1.25; I I material nut blue, cadet and cantor, exclu-
.nlu.ite Optician, I SHERIFF SMITH ACTED RIGHT I elusive -ive pattt'ru"I"r yard. . ... .. . . . -I 1
FeimroU, (la : some time. COLOfEDTAFFETAS-all popular hha-ies! by I SILK: SHIRT" WAIsrS-Full:: l line new FaUWaists
---< N* I IN SENDING NEGRO TO TAL- The matter passed over without yard .. .. . . . . 50e.liO 75c and $1.00 ail colors from . . . .t5"0tot.FANCY .

action and the body adjourned i iI CREPE-the popular waist silk, $150( \ VELVETS-Black. Red and Blue

LAHASSEE. I I about 11 o'clock.14ater'tireforChronic. I II I'I:AIr the de yard quality :Special . . .. . .. ..SI 2" grounds per yard . . . . . . .. .. 75 i

yEmTS1 I I 1I
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'( I I CmiMii>aiion. EARLY FALL WAISTINCS. I CALLOONS AND ALL-OVERS.
The commissioners met in I II
county I I Take two cup; of hot water half an WalstinjjsVicuiran . . . .. . .. ..6'4c yard A complete line of :jrarnalure- fall gowns J l
regular sei'H1a-t night. Chairman I hour before each meal and just before I Siberian cream. ecrue and bUck price per yard Ids to JtGCPERCALES
AND PERSONALS 'I . .. . .. Me yard
drink of *. Pa=tellf''trine. One Wiud-or Percales I i2.t.CEnglihFlaunelettesfordressing
: Welsh wet unable to be present going to bed, also a I dae .
i on account of illness and, on motion I water, hot or cold, about two hours sacrjues.;, IKC vard : value per yard. . . . . . . . 10 1e9

"25252225252522)I. after each meal. Take lots of out- !
Commissioner Robert presided.
: I.. D.iniell and children dour exercise-walk, ride, drive.
Minutes of last mf'etiutwere read habit of this and in W. J. & B. FORBES.
>d from Alabama.: : :Make a regular w
I and adopted without alteration.The many ca-es chronic constipation I
',bun t\Iu-co.\'ee\ i U in
be cured without the me of any
1 transacting business. finance committee's reportwas : may I

iy : read and the recommendationsadopted. I medicine. When a purgative is required If You Bur Tfiem ,tt the BII.tlltlh't': 4'1're, They are Good [
.
.I 1 Wood has returned take something mild andgentle 1 1I
The sherilf's request for a I THE WEATHER
,II' visit to frienls inI like Chamberlain's: Stomach
:
sum to defray expenses of a militaryc ,. and Liver Tablets. For salts by ail I Biggest Shoe Sale of the Season !

I \ N. Jacob Kryger are >rdon to the negro rapist, Thompson drn;'iists and medicine dealers. TO-DAY

Ill"illy en route home was turned down, the board -- -- NO OLD SECOND: H.XITh'K\ IN THIS SALE. I I
ALL CLEAN, NEW KRESH GOODS- PRICKS CIT TO I'HI'I
silver --
: inn.t. fnisidering that there existed at no ,, The finest line of sterling LOWEST xorcu.Here .
IIf Mobile a welli goodand silver novelties is; to be Local K'lrce'ithair: : uarmrrtontghtand
I
I i itt-ntlrt '
time d:tu;;er of a lynching. The are "<\nie price- :
any norilica-t
i ivelluit,' nun, i? at the I found at J. Stephens'! Prices to TiursJai\ \ lult..11 iiortn t<< i ii I.dieOxfnrd. in Ideal Kids, Patent Leather and Viet Kid > .

'.i- tl.lIiIY. expense incurred in transporting; the please all. : atnds. I I new thi;; year'-, styles anti! sold; for $:<, during this eajp |a.lO.
i i and Colonial- in Ideal Kid and Paten L. ,M <
black was not a legal one and, therefore -- --- All our Ladi Oxford* I
0 l'htpt"yweut! back to Newt Temperature in Last 2 1 Hours: I and Vici Kid. which saij all ia;;,in at f! :' 5t>. :at this sale. for f I 7-.
after few days could not be paid tome of the Maximum .. .... .. .. .... VI degrees Our Ludic-' :SJ:; Oxford all -hape-, Patent Leather tip stock tip
nu'iit.: a WAR SHELLS Minimum ... ....... .. .. ... .. .., I"d..jr..fi '.. ">
U l I
|
\ i- ri i invchere.. commissioners; were not averse to heavy and li.'lit -> w >
f.\V..f the nvmv il ir.- we ,ire off, rin: (!dente
1 lle-f' :.ire "illy a -pcci ;pi {
l 11. a itin left Marianna: 'I' Bivuij; their opinion in a discusi-ion i FROM FT. BARRANCAS Temperature Elsewhere. : Mm I'I'IIII. and be t'IIUVilll'Hlt,1:! the bt place t" hay I LI;'h 1'1-- fi,+.>twear for the

iiiinrtiiii.::: to take: a =stenographici of the matter. \thtllllBIIIIIUl'\ .. .. .. "" ;)1 least money ilit __ __ ___ __ __ __ _
;: i 'ii with' I II. J. Boone, K->q.M the --- (k .. .. ... *.1 1'i
Reports from county phyician ... ':- isI I
nncnii
Cmw,, at Battery Park showing :.S/i( inmates at the At Itlcl.m'lIld1.., :MrH.. It.rMiurtir linlvostoii I I'lllVIDDHtl ..,..... ,. .... __ ... '*"" ;;,,.! i Boston Shoe Store
i J v--e\iiie\ X. C., yesterday, l ti! Con Huron ... ." '
'" Toronto\ Canada, for a county poor farm and from the tax hai eontributtd to j Jacksonville .... .. *.* ;71 \
"
collector, reporting a collection of fedf'ratelu.euU1: two ,it-IN on Kansas" ity ;VI mKey'tPSt ..,t
'>'. I ;.; "1 NATHAN <;. I'tilu'111:1111af: I'rupl'ie1/tl'.
Milli, au alT l1>le gentleman 7..2 polls fur 15HI1 and 420 for lllK, grnuite pedestals which have been Mrllipi118 Mobile ". 5' nl

1'r Itt\ III", Ala., *pentyietfcri ; were received and allowed to take a place in the Alabama: room The New Montgomery!nrleant *\1 ""o... Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street

I'l'ii-iacolo. with the RosenI'uily. regular course. pedestals: are incribed : "hhl: h I\.wYork l -Hvannati: .. .. "'1! 'M'* I

I! lionds of U. L. Creif-htou a* timber fired by Federals\ at Fort Picken-, st Lout "-' 51 I
the Sil- NE\V\ ORLEANS COLLEGE (OF L\CY.\
t' IdauuVidery; of inspector and C. H. AI-tull and Fla., into Confederate Fort Harran- i nnmiA
will conduct epeciil
Viniy hall tonight N. McMillan notaries public cas, November, IMil, brought home MARITIME. w< boot nf IMi.tmi.iry ('"", it the army .
ni lit. The public is; for the state at large: ; were approved. ': as relics by H. R. Shortei.:: KafaulaRitles. romili't"CUrnl l.ec'iinwith La6+,retnrV Iri"'riiiio'i in I'll" \lt.\rilKM- I
: i I' 1\\ ;;{ I .
'J' Tln.Kur\y. 1'101101.111.1I1I.I'l.T' ;L'ui MKUII; Ampir 'iinipiut-nt. commoJious -
F. M. lIarrioIl.1.. K. 1:1UIose: Company K, l"irtlab:1111a KXPIII.TH ImildiiiK- M'ItbtrlIrutinntha' I.rnunrrtlyprn.Ioal! in Ii- -.-?pr. Nrxt' sos.
', : .!I rtobrgmsOct.o.Frrriuprrs"651on.S5.and7.; !;>'.'.ii '"*! hEr: ; 1'. NrV; uUljKA.NBLA.ExCongressman tI
dut"i -
A"iiii-teiiJ, wife anil child Lymau and Joe Roth made application -' R iment." for i pt.mhrr to
-
'I Mr. .\rmi t ad'-: brothK I to sell liquor. The petitionswere l! The other is inscribed : "Mleut i L i- AI > DHr Dead.KtloxMlle. I II

K :\ U. M. Covin ,
id, manager of the l.rad- I lil of its btttleandrepresent
which had been previously ruu1i h. : remain to speak Kr k,1hulaar4blalartlonacargo) for t
:-u-y at Atlanta.: I ,, Uotlfrdatn ,'-.;nrl s fi sawn tinibi-r value i from the first district! ot T"nn.- .' ( 'lInI.H'I.. M
Hi and Turner left lid, and which had complied with the first shots of the Confederate flll.lli'" ., hull Trac- I the term ol I IVH'H: : ,. .;., oj! |IMt nu-tii I
-:i-cn Hero' Scotia. I 'i> take up their studio in the law otherwise i were granted.A War.'' sit rock.Co 1't'for bbls ipiion.lurfl"1ttn'alu.with JJ>*> tons" fcuW5BrssCainilk. :!pbopbaie\ ;, at his h.in-.e at N't" ". \port, T-nn. H-, Is Now Open to the Public, I"

inohooU at Decatur, petition from 8anta Rosa countycitizens Amount other valuable relics Uitt.! lla\\Icll. byes L (0 ,, had been ill! T'n ii\ > n( tvpi.di.l fe\ei:1
for West llartlcp.dil. with" 1 :'tiI.IfIo ft deals i Ho rnemti of tl Lt.LIt' !.gl.la> .
was a U. d It I 'I! e IP! tl i,;' lent Of !
'
of friends and in the museum is the timber,value i jfie ,
"i _" niiuiber for a cattle inspector at recently placed and boards. I'l.noj s ft sawn
turf the terra of I"'" vi:
iw them on the train. Outurj' was received. The board desk! formerly used by Gen. J. E. B. 1----1'to I J

D'aletitbertedau4hter: I BAILED. Maine Election Returns. MRS. S. MIMS 1 1I
--if Mrs.
could find no authority to place ou: Stuart: which was given by | Usrtlepoollir ,
,
collector, expect- Br ss ralrnisk Uawiek West Portland.! \11'.. Sept :I- Thenv "
iuy tax I'r ula KrjKlit. uode. Rotterdam i iI i iI
. If..wdlysftICXashvill.1 and the petition was tabled. Stuitrt. .. t I s '_ I II !iitth.;! (!Jallc" Ih < !or' r .1 i, .n 11:., ,,-:' f 1'fcnit"i| "Iulld.l.
H. .\RASTINB.i .r-tion of the returns tinm the <.I!. ''
!coiiir a student for theM Application from C. llartzojr If you feel tot tired for work or I AT QC p < ''' RATES RIEASONAIJLE
I i I Nor hip Aineru-a. !?"1. at Belmont college. and M.0. liiggett for appointmentas HOOlrlral'ariUa! IVn-rti'dla umber t nBr '
take Town to
plea-ure I Importer :.C7I, IVrry.I hero rereuH from _'*.! out of :"iJl; I 1
Maiici"sier Hy Vie' Dty, Week 'or Month.
K.: l. O'Brien and diuzhter: : I as road =supervisor were received. It it cures that tired feeling. I Rio lttiu.-ru to F" I Ho\\e* Co chin tuWIS:: and iantatins i : in th-j i

,man S. M. Sparkman was decided to let the matter remain --. I I I state and the total M.tes of the ran i 'Table Fllrui-t..d with the Ue.-t the

d i uuhter silted on thetanner over until the next weetilli.i Grass Shearsthat will cut THE SHIPPING. ; didates of the two old parties, compared 1 i :Market Afford ,

Iroquoi from with the totals for the same ;,
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"
Citizens from district "> petitionedfor close, it the Willis Hard' n.t:' EL04 1 N 1'URTSTEAMsUirS. I Public Patronage Solicited.
for New i towns two indicated i
> .1 I yesterday years ago. a Iron j "

a bridge over Pritchett Mill! ware Go's.IrytheXEwa-- -.------ Kr Aiu-int: r.elmont. :!II;. Uogers. to able Republican plurality of 29.00D. free Sample It IOlD!!. II

creek, between the property of J. A. Want Column. Gulf Transit to W L I
W1 me. *>n of John White Hr Forest Dale..114. 1'inktiam. to I ..'.. Cuuunnnicatiun.MK : Sunday RateMade: to Traveling r. .

r, who! has been in New Gilmore and W. C. Kelly\ ; also a Wlttich Nor Hydra.* Co: Ml. Gabriel I toluiZTran EWTOK-Allow me to =peak a ,i Men I' I

1 \ .. perfecting himself in road from top of hill beyond \\' 15 I M AlmostM. 1 t C VOSt t Fur 1afur.the next. sit span"*0 Ma.JliXi I. Arano, to Gulf Transit ('0 few words in favor of Cbamherliin's > t ,

'.Umds, has returned Stucky's place to inter-ectthe hard I ui ure it O. Lumber ir Ko "..Iil'ld.'o 1\':*. Cas<
d I will assist his father in i side. The bridge and Pryor's to make room for new Br Kotberfield, 10.1. Chandler, to W EKeyrr ; with the bruneimi- and could THURSDAY: eSIGHT.
this
of !his immense road on -tock: A: t'o .. ,
t 'm"lIt (;er !' nlll\. Ia5I:! saner to(iulf Transit CoKr&tt'aid i. not sleep at night. I tried several THAI N rt AT 8, 8:$) AX I J I.
road were authorized. 17.>7, Tiudall. t-j Golf Traaj -
ro.
Ball Bearing keen cutting slll'O"O"D doctors! and various patent medi !). LT; TRAIN RKTfJRNS AT t
I j
who vitallyd Prisoner* at the county j ill complained 111 Equrrolo.to W sKeyset could to Rive '
: Mv'lni.hlin, 15 SaataaderlDO d cine, but get nothing ii:5 o. ncKBTK a: ; cnxrd, AT
of Lawn Mowers, at the Co me relief until my wife got a
lack
in the 1'., A. tE'l'. railway of insufficient food, any DEPOT. "I
Willis Hardware Co's- rat's.: oottle of this valuable: medicine I I I
'.1.' pn2, fellvrsin to Baars, which has completely relieved me.I .- I "
'
la-t evening from an ex- Duo"oot'o I W. S. BROCKMAN: Uagneil Mo. Tl I |) i rn-ittrert-*!* for thtj
MAUKKTtttportrd
from seeing them. It was i NAVAL STORKS I Nor N'oreg, I 1-Tw. Hjornsen. to order 1
prevented j ;
I ale all druggists hrHT ever ,,,Lj here t .
trip\ during which time he I B\RK4 Tin* remedy is i for -; by Ue \rr''
I. d conferences at New York, decided that the board visit the jail :I Dally for The Newt bj ,,1, Ua Australia! 12. haeerston. to order : and medicine; dealer.Foley's !' I IJUOl 01. ftf.tr. I
Parodi & ('o -
It BiCe.Ct. lilee'e. to i tOIL
Co
"d' Ipiua' and In other cities. in a body and investigate for themselves Union Naval Stores I,I Nor Klieser. RORI9.' Nor hiiurd.. itl'i.nznvrnd to H H Boyer and Tar TOn.1.A.; i. .
-- I'orrie lljue of Greenville, 1 the sense of this, the second, I WW_... .... tl x5' H..... ... ,II \'I.t--Um'm..II- --For-Life.-- 'I Honey XooDiaiea. Bean the 1t8K.IY'HaleA'Aafs3c: : ;;t1 .,1
now one of the mot.notedi complaint of this nature. W toN . I :r.:, tarchildren.safe.sure. Bgnatue ,. ;
--1 i mul whi-tler;; on the Anieri- of Cottage _. .... ... ... K 4-i jr.. _. I :: '. i "I was; treated for three years by C. Watson d Co. ,
Constable W. H. Smith Thos. ,
i .. .. .__ #> E. :: good doctor;;. writes W. A. Greer I .
,,_" she hiving been a pupil M. Real Estate Agents take -- - -- --
1 New York. Hill wrote the board regarding thepurchase H._ .. .._. ........ 51' I) ._ I :MeCenntll-ville: 0., for Piles and the leading; t I I
f AI.eJ. :shaw of of man-trailing blood .. ,, .._, ........ 1 vi' C A be.ow I ::-- Fistula, but, when all failed, Buck- all the worry off the shoulders of the Save 'looey by buying J
wonderful and i i1 i- two
f l Htlniff i ty TUKPCNTIHI-44 owner of property, manage: the .
SPIRITS furniture
len' Arnica Salve: cured me in two !: YfJ/l..r
iv II! the .*weet-throated OUK- hounds. He uttered to keep them renting of their houses and the col.
f Crab nets and ishing week" Cure Hums. Bruises.; Cut*. at Marston $ Quina's
I"rt't.! :She will appear! with no cost to the county and t.> lection of their rents as conscientiously -
I suit everybody at CornsP ores. Eruption Salt Rheum Great Furniture Empo-
to
tlt llmn..xt tackle ,
l-It" opera would themselves.
I Ii piy to the county half of any rewards Piles or no pay. :idc at W. A. D'Al- as they
'IK ':. :'.-<.ure eats early i the Willis Hardware Co's. mberte's drug store. : Their charges are very reasonable rium.I .
H 'a I that ne may earn with the I J I


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENBACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER ID, 1902




Nasal ElYS PEOPLE OF THE DAY TOBACCO IN GREAT DEMAND. I OLD PEOPLE


CATARRH North Carolina Planters Getting Good -
Julest a Prophet.
as
,
.
ggq et r .

I a In ell Its ra7e! tserejt c0'c nr ccut Considt utuiuneetf raUe Interest the popular Is felt in French the re- >t S Raleigh.Prices X. C.for. Se the;>t Weed.9.-The extremely Do not always receive the sympathy .im] dart .tl ':; tt';:i i. 1. : : ::1
et t 3. ;4rFh'fR r h., 'y I they destn-e. ,
f heatoua'o sales in the Their ailments ate r ;.ir.:t.1! ,.- j-n-. jr
J y .- .;tr! r .ii;k."- Verne to a London newsp.
Ellrs Cream IWn; 1 imaginary or natural and ,mn'nI.! :ILat ti.-r t-v
i ,,;"'i itu.: TL man tt "" has written i4. markets in the eastern: part of tlu :
life. Disease and inlntsh..u!'! not r.hivs !heated ..- >-i
a hL !i.d .I.w." of nVtion! nowI' state are attracting buyers from alover : : ,
r< 1 with old; a;.:c. The etc of tie gi..v hairt.l! ur.ir.may <: --, : ,
." 1 -- .; heMo Itt! in nfty or a l.timrc.l the country. It is now seen that
id be as bright! an l the C'unjdcxii-n' fair aa ... _
'.. i ;L.II ::y v:
t .
i.
t .v .ir-i th! 'r.' will ie iio 1:111': liostlwiiirou. t1bright tobacco though light in
its ; his and
younger more vigorous companions.
fit ;it least in rt pun e f- rn"X: -\" wt-isht. is good in quality and color.
1''l ( =. !lit
( ns-
'r.-am Balm: ? I'--- Ifh sprei Good DIood .
1 Prices are the highest in many years is tho secret afltcaliky o1G'age.
+ ". er
''I- Sts
r > : u .c inem'T'iiitj ai J .1. '" :1.* : -'
and controls
: li and the demand is Wilsoa every part of the body, strengthens tlu- :.' .
great.
,
,. !
li i'3p'a' aid a curt {<>: \\ I: : ,1 4 :) : --' 1'j '
t ;.-'. :<-e.i.."" .L.-. !jrp"; II'. ."*.rr s: lir -i.rl.ms' r-, t 1 continues to lead as a marke( but Kin. muscles elastic and supple the bones strong and the i' '. :

C --- :; SfialS:. .Mcciir.VKM 1 ..1y7...l-..J),, saga Greenville and Rocky Mount are this life fluid is polluted or poisonetl and loses its nutr t'.It'

". J 1LY ;iOrmll: : wyteu stru.i. Nctf Tcrrtt. I IGt r-; >> % { selling millions of pounds. The -Jo- ing elements, then there is a rapid decline of the ,'it..! ;

(f>yS t velopment of the places named by thy in premature old age and ili:>ease. Any derangement r.: i1

t (i ::\ tII.. FKKNCH: (;U tVl'LE: I ( .....}.. I leaf tobacco trade is something won shows itself in an ulcer sore, wart, tumor or some ,

\ : ?- '1J growth upon the body, and rheumatic and ncur dric i .
derful. At Wilson last week
1.200, Following i ja the schedule of the I with
.tJ1[: sold.Kidnaped constant accompanied poor digestion and cold ex'S. t-
were
poun-s
q'' goeenimentstPamtrtjeurralFrenchI : I I S. S. '.
I being purely vege'; >] .
$a' which! THE NEWS rrut5 for the I $t:&? t 'W : I best blood purifier for old pool k- :
benefit of the merchants: W/J Lip I her Own Child.
I Grncelulome cr hurt the system like the st! -n'! i .
w,. their ,'o idto the \irioui army 4 / 4l | Memphis, Ten., Sept. y.-;Mrs. but gently and thoroughlyi;

pttsif : A Desire for t Perfect Figure is Inseparsbli Pearl Leos of Chicago wife of George .
r .. .. W iefL stimulates the debilitattJ or_ ::1h .-
ti't ;; Leaves IVnsaeola _. 7:00 &. m. from a Love ol the Beautiful. Loos .
wi in theatrical
a man prominent
7.V'a. ailments disappear S. S. S. is such
l' avrKarrnucns.. m. just a tonic .-> < !

1 p', Leave lUrranoa I'ickeus .._.-. ""::la s'; a a.. 111.1 m.Leaves V H:'!'< )., *:*Mi The precious scant as of the the lovely violet flowcis or rose whose is as circles, in that city was arrested hereon improve \ve.k digestion and tone up the Stop arh. If U.! ,

't f Lrarr: r,08:0I .lij a. m.rrnacis .: r..g.., .Pr.':I,}' :' .tt'- *.' bre.ith they are, and while the lives cI a warrant charging her with klJ- tarv taint or the ren.iins of some disease n-uti.. tt :I g:4- Arrprs 11:10 a m. and ttii ],. ,, .. ,.' co '." napirg her own child a girl who is se.irt.h it ur.J '
1 > \ out remove vt-ti. of i' !
are tiuni
flowers t.i-
nef o
and every ;
d m ane s a trip to Fort McUee and tbru iv- ';. I.- t., we can only cnjoi'i
liirito I'.nrrancas.Lr x.'M ." }-i & them f< r a now 9 years old. The warrant was Write us fully about your case andltt oar i>;i\>io: n .
i lI4? # r c 1 t; >-a\'"'. eras, .. .. 1 -j p. m. \\\ Il.\1 ; ''. 1 ] Lure us as you. you we nu.il find \. < .:
!..arr. I'''' teoia. 4.-p. DI. _\ '.\\\ \ tt. ''1ei pun:. .cut Wtssiaj; ;. The soft fragrance : husband Charles Castagnino. Mrs. skin diseases. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CG liPANY. Ai .
L. Ii' ." Picht-n- ,"'I:"'p. ni.Mr \ ., ,, : oi a I i-autiful
,\ ... woman suggests purity, I Lees was released on bond. I I II
l-uriucaa S..t> and luukri \ I '
vi : p. o> '
1 ijK .c h 'I.l..1.al1c,, shcistherdinetlImt .
JI 14lu'teR.rh.4 .il return. : .. ..,.,. jf.,,.
11 t \Vpdna-d.ty* and :-:,turdtttl"! : \ i.i-..;..*: ,\" I lJ f ...-. C: e.i.'utiuti: ; an index always of goodl.c I Fairs' Remains Enroute to 'Frisco. :i F'1IfoY'* Kidney Curp mike s tlipi Rubier hose, ((1

1. r. 'tr' wiI (leave 13irrwet': via P.ck- _'- .. : .,. .'I and an unerring badge, of gentility.BRADFIELD'.S. Chicago Sfjit. 9.-The remains ol di=FasFd kidiieys'-.ui::,!! -., tl1.Wlli ,

; j.I f..r lVusac--h, < at fi\H; 1'. I.' ...ltmitpt..J..1'ni=tn..tr)1I\.* blond j theWiUis If Ill't'I"7 '
{ '' .ir'v! ; I."T. ; Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Fair, who' __
'i! Gt-tit.r.vl .
.r Fr-iioli i- f.r nrl:1"
\V.
iJi_ A. D'AleulbPrte,121 S. Palaf.oc. ,
i ( ; '1"p) "-'", t'Lly Ild, ails o Iidt r 11.U : :.- >. .1. "1.1 .L..t t: \ ; : -. .- I 11! 1 ,' Female R.eg'ulatoi' were recently: the victims of an automobile I I Know On MM.j .' I.
.. --
.4. !!i l\P.1 patr,'::t :!:r gll. t"lJla..ter a"y ht.-vN.! Th.-j .. .,11 I-. ::>;,!..tat[- !'". in France were received i in 1 i .croll. .....-: _..'. lu .
in reir.l.ita.: : the lunar in
,I i t Ik., IJ"--:,,;:,, II I I.,-' I altogether! by the daily n.'u.y'ap.r! penit ; of 11) wrir.kiipule: pcruxis cheeks v"tma m: Chicago last night:; and at once ihip- ': Pocket cutlery and scissors -I t\ YOU will Have r r. '
t
v, h' .. r- 'f!.' T'ii.i-1! MI .i' :1 i trip turturelrnisanh.pile-I! : } figures.; It is lied to San Francisco: on the overland: from the finest to the I: !flower >jrardeiv1' : .

t STEAMER' LINE SCHEDULE j II:: I:. 1 t i '": ti'-: [pi gre: she n.ititui-*. I\aturr'sruneir.: Hie dn: \blll i i.iy: offei '| limited train of the Northwestern road own ground. YI-U'' -

.\ i'l' ti. 11' I chologiral thin sor.iethia! amp call it ,t ; t which cheapest at the WillisiMimVlKKUY. '
| ; -c "jti r.s good" left at 11 : SO: o'clock. The bodies a .iiint, and he!. r,

li I \\ !.l 1 ,11 '..-.' i.i I e and will die uf but the men-tru il organs will ii"1. be deceived will be buried Saturday.A !I Hardware Co. : though he may : .

I : .. i U. lut'lillle.; 1. and pcnn.mcnt injury result. Gyercw'man
L.erWI.t'II I'eii : ; ; ji.r.l < \1 iiI..1ph : may wai- .
l :ll'IIla dial 3Iilion IViatI'IIIIH
; > I ) ] \'.-r.e !i-i in hs: seventy-fifth Try our ke ulttllr. Of airdruus: ,tsfr. Stupid Fellow. awn,"and if she will! i\

: t Haiti K.\i-fj &"'Hlay. I jf.-r. I b-it u is s'lli: full ol life and energy Our tn3ti<: on"ll'oman"nl.tie1free.: !] FLilH-rty-He's not smart at all at ; I Thu.C.V7atsonkleading t l'. .
t
rd "CITY OF TAMPA. j i lie lc:< f
:, l.\ M.lton &m: 1v I'rn,,i.ola.l'1'p i suffering from rataract, which prevents ;: ,i FIll1iIUmlrt!, ? Faith he's that ) offering: her service aa j' can' *ii' w her how -

it A: Yen oola.l'.ii'ani Ar Milton .' '''Ili' him from doing! much work. lIe hopes ,. I'nttlnJim OS. !I dumb ye could talk bvhoind his back j!; flrst-jlass: liceu-<-d midwife, hate ne.
tA
p Kare.'to; ; Hound trip.Jl"i.i : I. to U-uetit from an operation in the near lit i rojioM-d mi Lis way home from roight before his fact- an' he'd not ing had 85 i yearexperience., ,j >'

future. ohurvl. out Sunday evening.; She was I know Philadtlphia! Hccord. ; Can give bet of reftreLces from ) Buy a new ga 1'1:, '<

t ?M SHORT STORIES. ttm young to maivy anil oiu not want 1/i leading physicians of thi* city. I I from the Willis If l. ...
MK"
The Antprlcnn IlnnilmaMer. I M. GIUDEN". j .
I
i him. hut she said "Yes," with the stipulation A Sail Disappointment.
i "\11 over the world" said P.andmas' 'i jltf 114 South DeVilherr- St. I I
}{ .; ; 'i l J The total capital invested In railways that be should get her fathers I Compltny.AI. .
.j ter Sousa rceently. "nothing goes likeftipular Ineffective liver medicine i is a disappointment
: and canals in Canada is Sl.luO- consert. The young man was Lappy
t ( ciu>ic. 1 can 'size up' my au but you don't want to ,
1v: Ouu.uuu.Twenty' dience. ns a peneral thing, before I until he discovered the next day that purse, strain and break the glands of MORFETT'S Cures Ctolera !rtr.''.
;
,r statis In this country mad have finis-lied second number. Igave I his adored ones father had been: dead the stomach and bowel DelV itt'a r

? pig iron last year as against twenty uiy 1 several years.J'urU. Little Early Hirers never disappoint. the Bohr i Tr.
tl'UlI1nf'r in erlin.
E one in lj>!sw and 1'JCO. : They i They cleanse the system of all poison Children >)> .
liked it. Eut when, as an encore I of *pecu.. I and '' Aids Digestion ,
j putrid and
"i't matter do it E
|
gently
The (TEETHING
flverage daily output of the New APS POWDERS)
played one vt iny own marches or an Tear her-Thomas, what are the parts I that one enjoys the plea"ant etf..ct.*. the Bovtcls. v, ,
: York i
"fix Matpulp mills Is tOO tons or American popular! melody the applausewas !' of speechV j':i They are a tonic! to the liver. Cure ,,rxr Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists the Chid Mi

ji ,. _.,', i.'Mrlj. half th- total i American produc- tremendous. They: pick up our Tommy Turkcr (after an exhaustive: I| 'biliousness", torpidjliver and prevent I .'.ylJj- + Ny Or mail ;;. -nt. t.. C. J. MOFFETT,,
till
M. D..
I > tunes too. In >orrNuto on the Fourthof mental 'fflrtl-It's the WIt:1 manj, ;fe>ver. Harjis" Pharmacy, John i i Tr.Ki.EE. Alc I .... .. .. 51 i i M r. T ST. COLliS, w.

l i y ,,,. ,: ;LJ tm; e.-r n.in: ..t a South Carolina I .luly. I hi'anl in Italian baud play i j talks vvjien; he '.- .- .ehane. I !Sheppard.: Sidney halve i ttwSlrur mreq. .' lt'tr! :r r'. !I'.Ii\t I !. > r i '... ; t: :f j, r:.. i i
-Inv.r Has edwt' .
:, ; r i.,, '1:1., r:1 IH--J ." <--u 1 '..1. r 'John llrown'* Uody," and they playedit I tontru: l t |> -0'urb! ..lal l >* .'.j Ssfrs.r c 'fj'.q., -I 11 tpn rd"- nf>' true > ,
I aat' II i '
..,;f I i'i: 11';. J. "the arwiti--i I'.* n..-" of I i ill far I liss, ray_e.I fashion than they I):H.-toi8 Could :Not Help Her. I'xtnl Krnxrr nnd Hit \Vlle. i;i farm.thrc4, rr 't-y ?Y.TIIA'.rlr'y! I r t 'u''ir. ,. i-', ,' h.] :k
; Ij (
j'j : ; : tF.eu. :- an --.r. 1" + I Irl! Liu\t. I I'I'I: i I, .. .- .
'' :.; t.- 1. a Ml .! Si .-t'I'!, I II,-. :.1!,< t-!! tlrCUI-r did out1
i 1' rt; :' hl.ivt | J ii 1'u: ll.-! |I.it I m\ > '. i ":\lfJ-t of oar hat i'n.tl luelmlit have writes MrIliymond Conner of Wi !.!( ::1'11 IJbeftil! I'uiollist ciib; : at -- -

T T..i: ., :.; '.' '. :.:! I.--t. g:'..lI ; tit'cn it-rivcd from fnici :n >onn-es. but Shelton.Val!>., "and the doctor I, <( 'aiiiirdge: : ; that it i i is well ki:<'. .\n n

I.. .,. .'.,'.. .: .. .', .'. .' ,.I.. ,., 'John !1'rov.'Thn.iiu'h ::[V Cody* and 'Marching could not help me. I tried Foley'-l I Pretoria that ex-i-residcltt Kru-.t r. .o rEa
'' Kidney Cure, and the) first dos |
I j I.. vr f K -. M J ,isi:I ;, f;;( ,rgia'; l.ave not Vtlory" >uave me relief and I am very uow cored.,I ,far froin deserthis::: wif,'. tried i"j ;Iiffa1AIl

: : 1..1.1.' : .., ,1..l'ed t Il.illelu.ah. ori-iiiited i : :is a Sunday I cantiot say too much for oley's j I i induce h, r to aci-om; :all) l.im! to i-!

; i} f i jvs ,r.: .;; ai i .: i : >!'., ,' sflio.,1! Lynn ii t'1! ark ...tnll. S. C. '. Kidney Cure.." W. A. D'Alemberte, i I' laud but she refused. At the: I li:>. 11,0-

!I 1'1 1 rm.: .: \\nlt .1 "1110l Kiu-ht-iicr'-tr"llj't ; :ant, it In the fu- 121 !<5. Palafox. meat he sent again to tier putliii: ; t

l : n.er.- "'I1:: f.] -v'iialii; t'> ,II.,"< from din. It will I... sun-': >o long as men i her disposal 'a Si.fe escort to the Portuguese

'1+ (.al. ,;, tt.aats all .1.:111! II1Ldred: III.mll to war to in:Mary music." toll tyhlJ';. i frontier Her reply was: "1 \1:11:

k1i. 'f pullMl' 1 l.. -1 I! v.is Struck) with :t fifiy "I p/n afraid. ISoWiy.! ; said his mother remain where I am. It is you who! ly "

t piii.'t! 1 U. :.-:.I filling! i f.alt Th > Jot1l..r" Jorra, Agltnior. "that whin I id! your father what 'I have kindled this fire, and you one!.:

!I ;I i t Found w. startiiiigly f di-.tiuct oa i j "Mi'tin'r" J<'it-s was found, guilty ofti0latit'1 a writ:Ltc troy yeti ve been he will pun to stay to put it out." ,0 .9 J

i t. lioard M--M-IS; u mile away. 'I 11\1 injniu-tion 1 by .Tudie; Jack- ,I'isho'i "' .\.t.r.h.. ."

sji if the United States court at Par- :!; 1 Have ion :..t to tell him;" asked I Rns_ia'a Jew 'lu t'Qm.

J i i kfrsiinre.V.. Vu.. the other day with! Lu1bt.'rht, .>ty.! Russia! has deckled\ : to found an nr- ,
Take C'are of the -Iomadl.! 'rba'Jl
: several men who h.1I11'11' urfrint ur.i "' Ih ji-v; I shill!! tell him immediately higien1 ir.uspuui in Sevastopol. :

The mesa: <-r w'rta'ur whose diiretiou ?- i nwti"n us a branch of the United ..I'I-T dinit' 1'." The buildiiis: is to be erectedn the t ,

;- perfect and wh!: >-t. ,.IoulaclperforiiH t I I The! look of concern on Bobbv's face stcleof an old Christian basilica and to

U it every function i U never di"i"l.. I be arranged for tl-ni-! departments, one -AI.I .;l ,
ick. Kod.il clt-auiei
purittsand "\\ (11.I! mother" f..1i.llJ devoted to the Grjok. one to the Roman
(. ire
i him
t"114 the ;tulllacJ! .Hul .. :- ;? a I
rurr ; :
po ""' l't'I"r t diiiiuT: tl.ai: ti-i !. You lui- !l.t and a third to the Uyzantine pe-
itiv-ly I :.ntl! p THianeuTly all -rbtnuclL I r17'rY ,, .\ : : ;: I FINE ,WINES ) ETC.S.
'ubIN+. INlitiilll: apil Ity..p j p.la'l .. )' .,". I L II ,
trusted ,
tn the
;, d1 ifie) wonderful : / 1 P1. I. management: of Grand
i .
'1 r"UItrUClVI''I'I l'v) Duke Alexander! MichailovitcU.
i IK- that: i iiutkinir -- -- ;

{' rule well and weak: !'''''I./f.; / '.trnl: !{ i ---'. \ I A. FRIEDMAN\

: couVPt'tug to tllHf hillit> all of ('f ; .' /PIW !. ,
i :, I."uri'i'init in tl... food tl!:t-Y j ......... j iI A XP.U' Jersey J'lilor': 1'1'1 illlor.lai.

; d I Jj. ...It. Rev. J. H Holl-iiiy of HollaI I I .\ .;:: M. T. Lynch editor! the Philip: 1*. O. BOX IIS. TM.t.l'lio'.i !r
1 d I : I # ., n;' 1.nlttlr": h on every box of the p nnir.e '
MI., t'
; + f. ly. writeK.nlol i. e u <'urt-i1 ,, \ 1t t. bunr. X. J., Daily Pot, write : "J'h'jp
Laxative
: ui! >. 1 cn'l.I.-r! it t .. b.',t li'llledy Ii j .. : BromoQuinincTabicisho ; uspd many kind of medicine*

I I f-vcr u-f-.J t''r-i'\ ; .-; -i.I Iud -tninta-l. ; ( .)' .) rCI.l"llba; cures a coM In one das, for emijrh;: and cold* in n\v fin ,ilv I

., q-'1 irotibleI I I Wit-giv-n u,) liv phy-i- : \ .'t.-If- j but ti.-err auythinso good a* F- ICE Ar D VtiOOD.

cuni. K'd.'lav.ii 1 : my 1 I'Take' =-'. i.y"Honey and Tar. I cannot -ay

l ,.I ir dIM iie.-t-: H.tijiI", -rtnacy. I. I CASTORIAFor tci" much in praise of it.' \"'. .\.
1 .1 I rim S /J- \VK EXFKCT srFl'I.Y A Ml: CH 1..\ MOKK: 1 ;
"p.tti.; Sidney: K.tl!. :,. i iI I : "' D'A1ruiberte,121 1 1 S. Palatx.There' .
II [ ._ ., Intants and Children.
I THIS :Si: MMKU: !
"- THAN KVKI: I Ku': : UK

".- C' :,". f" r.nj.l: .. : ;.t. The Kind You Have Always
; Bong
T.r: \ -i ,' -I:: : t t'i.,.,'',.4".;(.l tljJ,'
J M .. '\ : \ ElaNtr.e of it. A r> ul e-
\
i\
cot: ( ; ., < :
"
.
.\ : '.. .. c: :! / tate -ii f u-uallv
< ; 'ti .. I :;;n a riuier-board toweiitii.
; .1 I .. I' .1. :.t:., .. '?.II.r" r':,;, ..' ''' I"\ \ / 1>J..li.re of lf 7 ...: Thos. C. Watson A Thompson, Olsen cG ., ,
!
il.f"
i \ "f.\ I'I-: '_v l_ jO ,t\\! \ ,\ Co., thp leading teal Estate: tin,
I 1 \ :lava it '
would Manreaa
\ I '1't\ t '' \\\ Street, Telephone 1 .
74 t.t T'B.; ,t :' !I.\\t t, .fll'! .I c' ?." be worth your while to nsider. Goiiirt
..,..- .Tfou( want a govd Bedstead "f-e chf>m ttdHtnri don't
:' >: "> / \:11": '..inj -- ... I ::. : .I.t watt

1, .I,;:' 1'1 ... ,' t. ". d. ,"' '1. aaunt or a nice Crib for the till to-hiorriiw.
laarLae .. '
w I Ili: JLAhV "MnrHIl: JuNI: WICKE
.
l SL CO.
i ; j ; v'I aru, g'o to Marxian t- ,
4. __ I MineVoror: '' iij-iii tluci.al miners: oti .,
/ ()ujna'; Refrigerators eharea
..' iv-i i .t! Se.tei.ce
; r | .\ d I.''. M' li <'!1' "r; :old] a ,i : in the e;I -e of
;'n.lty "Mo::., r'' .J.'llo'SI Ilustpt>:1l'tl. few left, which' we will sell Plumber Gas and
cfoiiM'ii-iii i :.1'1'; not >yu nijini<:s, but I ItUoiirly I Steam fitter
y ai: :" -'."',1.-St. l.ouis Star. j I .M'-ili'-r" Jones was burn in Cork NOTICE OF ELECTION. at cost. Marston S' (aina.i ,
livbiiitl.! and: is liftJ '!.ht of .
-t. ; years ajr >. T' tb.- -irriflof! E'cambia County, S'ateof:
i |j When eUht ) ears of she Kiur.da. j
age; came to No. & South Palafox j
.\ v"iJ "pri"tiresults of kidney or l An.ei-ii-a! : with litI'arl'ts.. lr it known that I. H. Clay (rruwforrt I Street
Sue was Secretary of All Kinds
state of the Sttte'of 01 Flambing and Gas
KlonJa. Fitting Materials: H.--
M-ilJ Kept ot
"T diMiuler .
by
taking FoleyVKiduevl'ure. thii'jtiil in Toroutu and develHJKU do hereby 1(1not Ie. that a
Y' 1 ::1j early "' 1o LFPUnNF: 1t'!S '. ""," .
i \V. A. D'Alemberte, ; unusual talent E,.IR\l.: ELECTION: "' -(1U 1'r. *
TJl! &. l\Uaf as a debater and ....
1 x. will bj hnld In f.l' iI .
lJlhla
public County, State ,
sit-aktr. She taught for a time of i ,' ''
Florida on Tuesday ne.xi Ucel't'd1l11tb....
g i I'" and then married ticorge Jones, a lir-t Monday in November, .\. 1). law. the I
4' lleyon.I! h I.lmil. inolik-r. Doeomlns interested in the said T day bring the

I "" ,, Ilu",hand ttaamiuiit: rlllh.1)" tu-ket) i lalxir moveuifut through her husband's For KOritTU one ItPpres 1>..\ntBtlve\' OK NOVEMBER of the Third,f'onJ J .. 0 e .. very

1 i1ureordiug;: to the aiiiniunconieut ] C'tniufiiuu with the union of his trade: gres-Kinal. l>i'tnct of r'lortda, la the Kiftyliihtl. -

'tF on this cxiufbiou ticket it's onl> good 1 j! shf t-jok uj the study of the labor question. For .secretary l'0ngrr; .-of of the state I'ntted of the states,state of fr) 'Srri KIK 'I" AVKK'l,: \\.LFI. "

l"f lea (!::n,. After six: of Klorid
: I I'r roars married life IMPORTER AND
Wife\\Vli ''fho For Comptroller of the State JOBBER OF
w why complain of that bet'anit a childless widow her of Klorida.'

; i It's a grad deal more of a guarantee I Uasband Iud four children falling victims the For State me of Justice Klorida.of the Supreme Court of

in hat line than you can give.-RichDiuiid I to follow f\', ,'r all within one State For of two t londa.Railroad Commissioners of the ay.r. HARDWARE.

Dispatch.I'rononilral.. VIM*. She
I soon thereafter took up the For Mateenator for Second r y : work of orsauizins women's auxiliaries IJi-tru-t ot the State of /londa. ,
1 I tor tau Members of the douse of Kepre- Iron Nail- AXH. Hiovfl l I.*. Saw
Mill
: : to the labor unions and in 5rntatresofthemateofI1. and I Ktf-i.f; > i'
nvenfyears
1 !, ) For rax .... jnda. It I Supplier, "kitand Heating Stove ( .
\Yh.vto-Browne Is very economical j entered the broader field of a-tation: A or. t ; paint. J
t For Tat Collector. 1 Window Glai-, Guns Pistols
; and
( ; Isn't h. Fi-hiu: Tacki-
: I all classes
"1 I among of work people but ,i, For County Treasurer. i I
; P.la.kr.r>v. n.Vei.:!. I'll tell yo u j especially atuoa:' the coal miners Her For Kor five county Commissioners. I I, ; Agate and Tinware and llonseluniisJiin ;; ( .ouK( ,
tbree ,
-i I .i ]wane is tlt!: M>rt of Ulan who wbea, I connection with the agitations ia renD' ;1 of Public Inatruction.memberi of the County: Board I,I!i .
Q. o hiwants I Kor Justice of the Peace I tfiTAGENHFOR BIRMINGHAM: ROLLING MILL CO'oi'1IJ: !
an awl and hasn't any ia- { sylvania coaUielJs during; the past twoi Jjllo.. In aaa tor the

3 i + :stead of buying one will go to work l i or three rears is well I known. No. 1.log Justice Districts vix: A Contented Revere Giant Stitched :)felting:, Northampton Kn--. '

to make one ly straightening out j I I No.s. I I Wheel Co., I/iftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson'- K .1 .
rt'
corkscrew. 9I I I For Constable in and for: the flIlo'il'lng ;;cornice Iron King aud Jiuck Stoves and RangW::,.
i Kln.ella, Ireland. Justice' Distracts, vli '
j I .NO. 1. : I j Coups & Co. ,; Raw Hide Lace Leather, Ma-ury: -
i An artist who was formerly well i \o.iI.So. Woman jI Made Railroad Colors.

: knows in New York Let who is now 1.

I working In London is 11 J. Kinsella. .i No.o,1.ii ii the one who has the wisdom too I! Masonic Temple. @ Pensacola Fla.

? ;r I "'h 'n he left New York, he west to f be attention of the sheriff Is called t ue Gas for cooking as well as (or''

; w nieelrnotereis en' every h>>l Of the ft"nl'tn e 'I Lis old Lome la Inland. tne Ibe lair said rt-yuinn election them to cause a notice of'' illuminating aud
to heating
be /
I 1 .1 laxative BroraO'Quinine Tab.eta I "What will be your address?" a paper printed In the county published if there m a news be I It's "on tap'1 purpose y- W. B. WIG T COfflPflP.MANCFACrrBERS
4 minute
friend asked Lim paper in the county, if there be 81 I every of the 211 ,
before Lis
t tie rtiae4y that core cold La one day Jt-partcre no DBD1! I hours
in tbe
r publisbMl county they shall a-ready-to-ue !
"I cause at affair, :
i may want to write to ;you. h.atve copies ot this notice to be you
"t e !! i i in tbe most public posted ;see ; it's a labor saver 'ao 1 IS
Marston $ Quina havel "Oh. was the answer "Just make places in the county. I ashes and AND DEALERS

t! ': : s someveryniceDressersan ;! it 'Kinsella: Ireland: That will be all Testimony my hand\Vhercof.and afflied I have the hereunto Great set does the work quickly certainly and -- 1 A
4 taat's [L ".J] of the Heal well. Talk
j needed. I Mate of Florida at to us about lLUMBER LATHS
} Wash Stands cheap.I' hassee, the capital thus i gas. ,
,
: K very 7\en after a pause, he added: 'No day of Taua'j .
Iot'pt..mo..r.L>.I" > .

; as Iron Just Beds.the thing togo with J 11fy I I I you father better--eIght make- -get-It-it.'Young-_" r; Kinsella.' ':To George. E U.Smith.: CLAY.theriX..crt't8rof\ 'Escambia':!state. .I Pen acola Gas Co., I .I I U', ; SAWED CYPRESS SBINGLES..Ktin.Enel J1


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 10 1902. < I ISlow


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Starvationis Dozen TRAGEDIES Mississippi OVER CRAP Negroes GAMES..During i I COLUMBIA STILL IN :i f- !. I



Year Killed While Gambling.

the fate of sufferers from dyspepsia and indigestion! Jarkson. :Miss.. Sept. 9.-The most STATEQFFERMENTPresident i it
It your food remains undigested it can't build i 1
the fatal
up amusement of the
Mississippinegro
t body. In fact, it does actual damage by decaying in the i

J stomach and poisoning the sy tem.KODOL is a crap game but the seductive 1

sport continues to be highly popular and Minister oi
I N
among the members of the race, and ;

Digests I they are in nowise discouraged by the War Quarrel.CONSERVATIVES .

I Id4 What You Eat. killings that are reported from various for infants and Children. J i 1

( 11'0' sections of the state almost daily. ; ,
Kodol is the sensible
remedy. By IMPRISONED.
I cat it the body and digesting what you I' According to a man who has prepared Ca tnria is a harmless substitute fur Ca-tor Oil, I art'I;P
at the
the strengthens. s rest soon restores same time rests statistics on the subject one goric, Drops ami Sootlituj' s 'rup". It i.i I"Jt'a..ant. It f F
perfect health. Advice. From Carthagena that contains neither 3Iori liino other Narcoticsulistance.
Report Opium. nor
Cathartics and stimulants only reach the dozen negroes have been killed in crap:
symptoms. I It hiuiss.
.\
Kodol cures. It is Nature's tonic. in this Magdalena River Is Blocked and tins
__ games state during the past that It euren Diarrliu-a aid: AViiul Colic. It'r'li'H'. Teeth- l
dtsc&se the doctors called
r irs no a dyspepsia took snch a hold on me that I could I year when the amount in
dispute was Revolutionary Forces Troubles ami cures Constipation It regulates tho
and Are
,. I took quantities pepsin other medicines but n,.h ni; helped A Holding ,
i ', ,"n craspn at a straw I grabbed at Kodol I felt improvement at once me.and afW s only 5 cents. The latest report of a Stomach and UowoK< << gmti:; healthy and natural IcCl).
.tS aia sound and well. GEORGI 6. MiBsn, II Point Pinon with Powerful Atillery..
;! ;t Altornty.at-LaIl'liocona. TeL killing of this kind comes from the The Children's l"auacl'a-The Mother's: rriend.

It can't help but do you good. Lamkin plantation. In Grenada county, New York Sept. 9.-The latest advices *
The Kind You Have
r. 1'rlh rltatns2ttlmecaemnchlaetnalmPaturementasthetrialsizewbieh.I lls forsoe I where Henry Drake was fatally shot which have reached here from Always Bough
F. C. JII'WIK
1'rt
pan'd hy &Co. Chl'alro. Sold all
by dealers
by Robert Beck. The latter is in jail! Bogota, Colombia cables the
,
I are Bears the Signature of
a.oothing.
nll"S'llcb. Hazel salve healing application for pllello Bores and ,
and stands
I akin dlkAiU. Beware ot countertelu. an excellent show to hang Kinston, Jamaica, correspondent ol

when the proper course of the law is The Herald that
Sheppard.Hargis' i Pharmacy Sidney Kami. I I Prt'sidentorroqu'n\

rarrletl out. and Minister of War Fernandez have
I *
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--- quarreled, and that the latter is developing #
w..a a nice present to give I ST. VINCENT IN JEOPARDY. | ia: .ily Adjuitrd.
look through a tendency to assume illegal
.1 I .."' and the "I Lave come to the city with my 0
of suitable articles atj Investigation From Scientific and dictatorial powers.
: : Stand
I IJ son, whu Is about to enter the law
-. you surely: can find I Senator Martinez Silva former Colombian
point ,
Regarded
Necessary. school. The first thing: Is to find a In Use For Over 30 Years.THE .

.1. please you. If you I I1r I New York. Sept.] .-F'mther minister Washington, anl .... ....
news
boarding place. Do you know anyplace T"r UNT.U" COM. N. TT MU. u. "'WTO" CITT
.' in the Diamond line!, ...
.... .
from other -
Vincent! is await.1 with pain- that can recommend?" important conservatives, hare II.M :> =
mi before you buy. | you '""" = = -=-
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ful! iiiterost. oalilfs the been imprisoned for publishing documents '
London correspoinloiit "W
___- 1 I II of The criticism the ol Minister!
I Tribune. The future lint I know: a good place near the medical arK GARDEN SECTION

PARKER'S I of th> i.-land is in jeopardy and whool. Fernandez and the genei... g\'<.,roust

., .' HAIR. BALSAM I im', -I Iaion from a scientific point "IU"t'{ !. Then I'll have him study policy. --OZPenssicola!*-
fcIT and txiutitin the bar.
ef )
SPV\* ;r&X1 n!.... ... loiurniit pruirth.i't1 II of \'if'SH'ms absolutely necessary I i medicine.Lusiige CIa tter. Advices from Carthagena reoprt that
T Faila to Hestore Oray
*",.', -J lf ," to its Youthful Color. Colonial: Secretary; Chamberlain h:1I I ----- ---- --- the MajrJelena river is still hlooko 1. JPlorida
I.
:'.--; Jf,."jf_>,cw.p, ....I.I d w."'B'a llru.'rlutV .h..rr failing. given: no indication of his intfr.tiotsl j TEX CEXT.S WILL urv tri il size of Only four steamers: have come down ,,--

in the matt.-r hut it is believed he fa- Ely's Cream Balm ; enough to con- as passage is difficult owing to th-1 Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

toss: the appointment of a commissija vince you that it i is the :greatest of revolutionary/ forces holding I'oiut I

GOLAY=@. ..01 !inquiry. remedies: for nasal catarrh or cold in I'mon with powerful artillery. '

I i ir the ht: HI. Full size ;M cents. All
: It is rumoed that the government I Beautiful Lots for Sale.
drug I i-ts. \\.email it.
i !;
Corn illyn
; nod Weal I, Governor Jelks Takes a Rest ULY Jtiuis., W5 Warren street, steamers: Hercules and Cisneros have

: :\ ulI'ry. Sept. Clovernor I IllJnt New York. been either sunk or captured by the ''I 40x137% feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord-
t COSZfiliEZ) 4 CO. Prop I I
i Jelks has pr.ne to Tate for a rest and \y\ Second Mreet. Albany, N. Y. insucgt:>. ing to location and surroundings.

ttar.nfactcrere: an agape from talk of jiolitics. I ;MessrEi.t' BJo-I suffered =-m
AI- [ .
C.\NCIH cruti: nv OCH B 1L'1 -- - -- -
'I Ml- \lM: > IM'UHCHOUN; though he has made an immense Sums greatly with catarrh and tried different I Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Beautiful View
remedies without elfect. After ,

!HOI'K .1:1-:1): in polities hf dearly dislikes th" I wing one bottle of your Cream Balm All !kui and Iilood II -..:t..,.** I lIiglt, Dry Fertile Lands.
I. i.-i. 'Industry, for there u ollire cure',1.1
distributing feature of his
o@Jce I found relief and I
. r L -"'ojui buy vour Meal act cannot praise ;Mr*. )I. r.. Ajims, 1-' ,
. ,r'I i : t Home Manufacturer and enjoys beyond everything to gtanay toohijrhly such (a retnedv.Miss I
home Inane- took Botanic Blood Balm which ef- The grandest opportunity for investment ever
r. u raie
with few CORA \VZLL\RD.
a ironies: who
!
alreadyhae
.. < t. ".It in the commanll f< ctu illy cured an eating nicer: of ,
a iH" indirectly benetltadI'mr I I' what they want or don't waft Sept. 7,1h99.- the nose and face. The -ores ht'aleLIIup I offered in Pensacola.
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mnnatACturrr jot : -- --- -- --
You anything Ills favorite diversion is perfectly. M:my doctors had I

.'.' .TIV i-HUsnoI in wllcb labor.yon live ow aaf. fishinjt. ROW IN DANCE: HALL. given up her case ahopele??, hundreds Rome Seekers Should See These Lots.

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. \n-tovournopnrt of cases of cancer eating

Wh.tecaps Use Lash. Drunken Fracas Ends In Several Being sores, supperatinjr swellingetc...

nionmingtoti.! Ind.. Sept !t.band have been cured by Hlool Balm.: ELVMCIUbbSCorner
Injured.
: ::: .
-- 3f whtt''al's! : | visited the home of Mat Wapakomta. 0.. Sept. H.-In a Among others, ;Mrs.; K. M. Uueniey.Warrior 1

CITY FOR Sturgeon on the \Vyekoff farm ;5 mil.-s Stand, Ala. Her noe and
,,( drunken row late last ni-ht at toe'" offensive Garden and Alcaniz Streets t
lip were raw as beef, with
of h last
a.-it night took
-re Sturgeon
dance hall of San: Luei park near Si.Marys. discharge from tbe eatitiore..
': THE PEOPLE.
tilt and save him a severe whipping.SttirRiMii's : F. S. Schmidt of the but ''failed :
manager Doctors advised cutting, it
.
K.C. BRENT, WM. II JNOWLto W. K. 1tYEtt..1K. J. H. KKKHF.President. :
.' wife was also lightly switcnil park fired a heavily loaded shotgun Blood Balm healed the Vlce.l'rt! idclnt. ('. bltr.Sl't C. hlttr.

fvt-r% Word Costs You a Cent. Satires were left at the door ofKolla I into the crowd and two men and three sores and Mrs. Uuerney i is as

i} WrrJ is Head Sturgeon nearby warning him Wf'IlIt ever Botanic lllood Balm
and Every I i ito girls are more or less seriously wound

;: K F.rcrbody. (leave within a week. ed. J. F. Drake shot in the also cures eczema itching humors,
> was neck
scabs and settles, bone pains, ulcers, First National Bank
.. u: : --: and may die. Others wounded are: oileiisive pimples, blood poison, carbuncles .
Bruin In North Carolina.
HO NIM :\ r1'O LI'N L). Charles Khodes. -crofula! ri=iiisjs and bumps
. -- sleigh! X. C., S,'pt. 9.-Hears ant no'e'hitt head on the kin and all blood troubles a

'\, I l'i. iror I.KXHon nmll improved amounts real at low en- large ones too. are very plentiful in EllaVilkinson.. nru gi-t.s, fl per large bottle. or PENSACOLA. FlA.DIm9OTOFtttb .

-,1. CHll on Ls.li K. $rook,. 'astern Xorth Carolina. In one township Mary Mines. Sample of Hotauic mood Balm: free

.. la"'. : '.'1 H. 'a1alox t-t..3mlm I toner in Jones county 10 were killed The dancers began quarreling ant and prepaid by writing Blond Balm I .

Co At/alltaOa. Describe trouble 1,
luring August. :Manager Schmidt turned out the lights in WM. H. KNOWLEd. W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRKN I. .V. K II RitJL
and medical advice sent
special
rut-h'it'-Poyou 1 need money .
M l in born.w any amount you wantiicst ----- anti ordered them to leave. This I settled: letter. It H oerfuuly worthwhile I D. G. BRENT,
.
Boll lowest ratf.iiiiinHble.iii Ut'afru' ('UII"'" l>e Oire l
tfrms they refused to do with remark-
real I tte aooreo ,, hnvestigatin.ruch a
a nI'V' sit Itsber.2O4 inproxfd: !, Huuth city 1'ftU- hy local application* as they cannot suit. Schmidt escaped.Koley's I able remedy as Blood Balm cures i I J n L n q

11.. f reach the ili-t-a-se
BOHH/Iw :MONKiuumeyincurryour : ar. There i is only one way to cure''j'I deep-si-ated blood diease.O.il.FJ'rlarLZlf..p,;. t : Q /.itt f e h U6 Eau
V.NT I'll and Tar
T ileafne .. :ml that: i i" by con;;titutional | Honey peculiar
property pro-
1 V _
.- i -MuL'tsot title. buy or Bell real rs- reincvlie It ifne s i i-s cawed I adapted for chronic throat trouble t R RY

'* t property of any description nnvti by an intliiiied: condition of the imioti and will positively cure brlllll'hit-I J an 9 K..d YCJ Hal9 '|VI3R\ 8oO' JJV'Wedraw our own KiJ!.e of Ircr.: :nxe; nu Great Brl au IrehDI
.alratrd\ .. -. hoareimand all broi.chiil di<-.
of the Eu.tachia Tube.
"* or a.l When thi-tube i-iniliineii have
Penfea"i
. I
nil If-urtum" agents you f /
vi 1ni Hit
? Hrh l trH nmtk-i'itu. Toeveryone'n :t nniiblinir sound or illll'rf.'t h< ar- I) :1b'tnhrrte. lu'l :S. Pal fox. of aIJL. way, 8""r.,ieu. Der.rr.Brk and other. Euroreai uommil8.

.! > t ja lot from u- x. will lend moneyw when\ -- --
avid it i-s entirely! cbt.edDaafneii
tug
th winch to bUild a houn... M'1"t I I J"Vedsels Ul bareed! open iho Mos 1'a-rorsM4 brine, aid Uu.1SObll&aUocl
i.. the result, and uul' raE Ci ffi fftlgt\rL'pilL\
YOURSELF
CUTE i ict'RFS
; Yi 3T Tat -'tiPr.Tab'e-.tVir! of 113i1t'N.urlJ Ten or Klfl'to' PH-.II
I'n' 1-h.1 ItlnunI" -. the inlhiiiiniatioii\ can he( taken out t'l' nigd ( rnnatnratialt.ednt '

-. iiii! tlii-i tube n..toreil to it.. normal) ;> dislhdrdrtlnllanlnrunne, .f f" tA" ."rlch".1, ., 'r,and,,' .....I...III-Cr.utn.. ,.. ..'.,.",.. after Vessel ArrlT L lens
.
tlhNlFrontruuprfurniotied.ltn.M irritation* or tilr*>ratii>n3of :: -
K :: I Go. a:4 yS S l ; cfflt-u 7INCLLdl ,
A. Bwl \\tUU :Nurtb.; liarreUmafeet. condition, liKirinill) detroyedfarever got So .mat.re, tit ro ad nienitr ae to'-o4'\; Lay ..' Iht t Loki u. 'A i '.'tx ,., tvSaoty Del nett 'UnYOi for Rest to aO.U cttol1
and iiut astria ,, ::
. rnrrot 1'iiulttM
.
nearureuiiry. 'islwPor ; nine l'a..t' out of t' n .tiicatisetl ro.tydaa 'l ate no other. Itvf.

It.iHJ'"K _- by catarrh, which is uotLiog a. re1f1A.SCeta'rlICd.' hold>*or Its'lowuuum.DraltaAtA, fl- t.11M"..... ..,....,. '...It..lllllh., .. ". ........ and, .. Iml'. ... ,. with whlola we h.\9'" Prt.t1 Au' src8nt for the Via
...
'iutlanitul eetiaxAne. "' a" 1..1.+. 1..0"1.1. of Rentfl1'II.WE
:
of
but an condition the or ai'tit in pliiu r- .. .
wrapper \C. R..llrr
e.a4. "u. r..r Ifldea's lens n 1'
CENT or sale for f,1u'-a ten-mom niucoiK surfaces. P liy iprn, rrrpanl, foiII J\___ f' urn growl. to.1.PU.,: m. ,". ,. !b'
,,' and IteVilhers.nt.r .Ou, or 3 bottlci, |;75. 4 : ,..
r uott'e.oriiiT ('ba t . .r. ..hr.rrtbrnl ala<<
Weillive One Hundred Dollar ,
" R-ork- attaeltedbnu-P in good con- Sa 'Circii!*? tebt ou rtiutst bfl. ? dl..v a.nh "'Ili t.A. Y
llIIIn.IIIIfo..t front by Wl feet rtet'p. AK for any case of Deafne'caused! h,'
WILL. FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !
I v t<> Thin :Malnni-v. Bill (catarrh ) that cannot be cured by -- .

Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circular -
,fra.eI. THE NEW GROCERY STORE. Wr.1' tr''!'V fnr rllr t."t.III .
-- --. .- .. .. ; free .:i,. t I nnJ ..u .n. HI tai filii i 11 raKS'

I.' i 1rHIllult oream i-olnre'l Jersey toil F. J. V JI ES.:Y & CII., Toledo, O. ,- I at h W.r" ... t.'I"lit'l",. I..,' ....1 a'1i,, Y.nl. our....!1"Dn... .ud., -
" ?>'011I'on.bead left horn Itewnnl tip sawed fur n-umi"tf Hail t<.d't K.. J. Sol by Irut Kint.i.i T5c.; I- :: I> ,'IF ... II. ".".t....., ..,'.i..M.:.' _.J .". .. .,Q. "
-r" U I.I.I II .
purr
MUI;
s tlu.e.
uI4.y ni
r
.IPy.Iksllye.t t.anlen. .n I '. r 1 rt t.'Ib/ t i'Mtuim Hiri
.\ Qiirntlou atote... WILLMOVER ..I q. ,.! II.-luiI I Ipig

Flt :-.v 1.1';. "Y,'!;. sir," said the man with a 4t i i-. -'i ,,,". ot.ilvrtri,,,uuAt'Ihr'. Krl\irVi-t* l.< Lou t-,1,', ', ,'.(
-' 1.-1 1* I Ii,*'r t-.ni'i'ii. i... tfKir -. 1 j.,
i j
t(1ad len street : frayed collar: "that land Is worth ? .. ., 1'.1..1
t \ rlejunt home on Ea: -( First-Class Stock I K'e.iPli4Mil\Y \ -r Ut "mi-
Keeps Up-to-Date
a Complete
.V |-tutiful int 'rlor; dellKlitfully ;it Li- ,O.t foot aid only a year ago I couM wr v. H .dl-1'lvr. ,nipper. .. *.rt-a' i
.
.' | surrounded with numerous | -' "'/1 Ui.'tif ii id I I.. ,
it.trees.t lu'iiig. Owners are KOIIIU to Irate Lave bouclit it f-.r .1 .son;." of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No n ....' \.T f. I lirm.il. ,I.' f'l.! .,/. Artalnlrv.l,. ; .. |J.., /. .f9'ra. \
l.> I
'
also l. I
I .1.
: 'i
:. aan.txlllsell at a tmrifum: live mlnln "):ut you couUin't fciii;;, ehV" cackled I am acct ., ; ,...! I j I -,_ H- II I '.. I i.-,.'" I.. J B '
'. >ni business centre by oar: enquireu 30 W. Covernment St. Salisbury Block. wl. tfl i ii Jr'U. '.- K l.. '' I VS I
I ri..< Musicnouo: '. wax'1i the funny 111:111. : \I I t II IIf ln 1d'. i.-IT.'I..sr.. -. "rCnn-
---- ", MM>udlannuvur: I + t., If. "I-I'l lI' .:
.i I'
-- The wan with the frayed collar eyed i TKLKPIIOXK 327 ,1' ,, .
,
i;. 'I!it 1"Lrfll'.r cent hemw COM, a tine Lim and haughtily and! replied I w Crf. ,o.v'rr.I".. t'' ." ',. I '1. -I .r 'rr.pi.I' .. 'u'.",,',,.,"' ;, \.. '.r.. -'. ''Ir, .. fifv*
distantly
l"t of limiting just from th.- factory: I .' U "I, \T I I" ,I" I .-s C' 1 ,' 1 1I
t' .
.. d-liatid furniture, organs, desks and 'I 1ft ; ..,. .. i .
.
in cold cutting tunes l i I' r. \ t 'J -
In. f< *.13)Iua i ; i
. ,. Kislier's I ., .
'
/ur4ilmrcrnt ta-low 'o'l..t wand ,E Mr lfcUIlllllM.- > II. u 1 "01.,
t .. lure More, liJxlarraRuimM. tf "Oh. I oulU<< sing. but I couldn't get i I The Star Laundry t I

the rijht; IInlt.s1111 :" i: SALVONA SOAP CO., Cor. 12th & Pint Sts. ST. LOUIS MO. q
L' ii s.\LE-Tb most desirable lots tn I
r tie!* el'jr on easy terms by the F'leber .\ the HillY man looked as cruheu U .

t H-t. :111'' south l'alfoi at the bottom .
l.l.Kstat; Agency t'tatrnule as an oxerrljnstraw; lierry Biggest Busiest Best --- -

,
of tLc basket.Kxcliangf. NOllf'K CHOICEST

.. Ilrllilanled. -- I
-. -....- I h.ive: been (tut1 ,> /' ,1 ti' t ifc. I
taint Un Tlinuuht her Old. a oFftiOl1 -
t\I'FI'-Men: to learn barl>er trade.aelloal \e .
\\
An Call Um. Ji
Evening on "ubcni'tioiif"r ::''PingBryan's -
\ i training, free work pert'i.un. Miss ('llIra-II.'dII'" 1 was never so rp I -

. .' Fight t-eks required. We Insulted in life. Oh. how I hate :I paper, "Ti r. ('<'r!.ii':"iii r.
i' ; Dnd, pay Sitturdnv wanetruaran- my r.'h.: =jy -; Your Swell Friends n ADCONFECTiONERY I I
,- t'.ms. tsperlal induceiiient to ap-'. him: .\ ...".F 4._ ,-.,.{ r. t' The price I i- flit<) p".f year III 'id-
I f'om distance. Write loda) Miss .\nip--Whom? 'f B Thi-se de-iruu the
.. vance. : paper
I. orl"'I'College. :New Orleans : \ .i { you will find will he warmly rev i.f. j -\1-
na'ft' Miss ('lara-That young snip of a 1 1 can have: it flIt au tli. i,, by seeding; .I

- Dashaway.Ii .,":. >',-,;.tA K PTW/' ceived if you are well and neatly I IiV tl.UOti< the anderiyned.H.M.. APOSTLE'S
:1
\'nllh'I. -- _-- _____ \ >s An.ie-What has he done? jjvj} .':" \ ifl ftX dressed and your linen irreproacht RIK-HK. ,
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\\ \ i l Jl1.-'olht1n': : Itountx Land Warnndti.ddivrr Xliss Clara-\Vl'.v.! he a-ked me th.; '' .' ( ../( Care Dai'v N"*, .
... .ki F'L able.womall of refinementty 14 Cut 1 G'reriirat! St.1
> .. VMiMitnal H m aftornoon if I thought there was much! f't 1- t; .' ,. : ; y ,

J Imo; .i'i '-ns 1\'. "K."'._I.Kellry.ltnttdBotlding.__lam din'ereiK-i1 between the H-ojilc ten yearsago 't 5t \I'J'i i>+ -fl']! Gy,?k- .: always )gauge= a man's well bred instincts --"" Frii! !-.ry! < ...M .v tit- -f' uranthtanfi III.1.,1 /

betttlet. I and uo\v. ,lust: think-ten year I :x.- -: ( .J 11 by condition of his linen, ? \ Every Woman O ..
$
\\ n'\I--A\1\ kung O' empty : a{ .VS \ >/! f t H-.it! .j; "It-- at 11,71 I

t4. \. YalE"" .'" novwtfItred 7. :" \f'i, j. ',,\ and be goes into her presence ar- S \ 151atrrCir.t'Irbl. .' ".i.. w t' al u/I. ..r d"t. urvrii

I ilia/fOrm !iiniiner Colds.D f {J' .: ;. inured with be.uty, when hi' shirt, ..I'kHL."hii.:; ,
;. :: : ;
1Vell.and I'tlllIl'-' I Q 5pra)
--- 'ii't l let a cold run ;tt this s ao'i. ... 1. : '\t.t k.iJ-, \\-. collar, and ruff have hr-en done up \.. L':',; .. .! ...... "...n.1., '....... ;
'. ACP" I't'yf1' -- I I. ,' '' ,(.
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: I..I IFp lvKhi.4:
tbe 'larde kind to ,
folds .
:utnnii-r are : 1t ;iJ"1J at the Star I/uiiiJrv.: C5 ,t. .. :
I Kutti- '
"i It. M. Merntt and (i. J. ..
. ii."Idtable:\ t 01 w.-II and pjmp rtxer. cure utut if neglected IU'17 llllireralons ".:. '. II 11..1"" "ti t 1 I fI

w trtnti-ed. Not on the in-tallliient : forni 'ntfi-. A lon; siege like lk inn ilraecUl ft>r It.It Tira I ny'ap-'it-s t.resallt'non 1 I
f I'' .r uric-..- are low hut St fl."I ly9101 this will pull down the -tronyest; (con V..4i,n.,i mi)', > t|.& iI titsam: .11 t'C
, .td ire., 11. M. :Mrrntt.Otue. HH., Curewill ALL WORK C. 0. D. Gods MM for SETELEPHONE Ddivered! Frcc Wimn..mtn.oti.r ..
OnpIinutt' tough ,
stitution.
tlwI'OU r.-: 1 I 1 1> r't. \ P trd Inlet a .S f Jul

break up the attack at once. t ,.t, .P.. h.,
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114. 27 GARDEN ST. f.lil"n i "i ir rt .1 I In I( .1 '
1.1'It '\ :S tfe.lire, aitat once. Cure- y.,".!' .to.ra. NAR.L10.. L .. .. ,,,,. '' 1ts
: I C.lII-I1.., colds, crwtip. bronclmi-. -ill "' '
, :\ti.F COMB KKUWN I.KUHOKNS Roomt.c Times Bldi.. :S.w \ ork. (, 'd' W1 nlllr.I; ; tcTc
.tIUstvely.! stock and Kg{iMrsale. thr.'at'ttwlungtrnuble.t: I i'h> child WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.

1....-"t .rd..r at \Villis Hai'lwarHi'n'4. I 'tf'risit I rei like it. H.UKIS' Plrirnucy J"im -. 'J'

-.h..I. -\hrl'pard. !Sidney Kahn. '

-'-.-- .----- ----" .. ---"' I ESTABLISHED: 1863. LODGE UIRECTUHlKNI'GHTS LaurelsAgain :

M 1 > ATn' IIOI.UKN: will reopen her If -- -.........----
. i'ruuanell.xd! l at :NoVet\ .laokson KINC'S '
",'1 I I. I li.':. teaching ;;radfs-J! .!. I DR. j1:1"
'. Irm, <:iim per month or <..ie for McKENZIE OERTING & CO., OF PYTHlAht l .t

h irnmiit, HimH.M I TRY NEW\ DISCOVERY I Io (M made ria EnIosltfnta the Gold i

It t.oo)!" -DALd.fw- 0 : >n &col Ixxlge, No. S. K. of Pmccti M, U1 Award to '


'1 KS.- -,\iiii! H); ;:Mannfactnrer !I FOR THAT COLD. and General >>apdwape.OJ ate every:"I at Monday'a'.te! evening Hal ,. 1 .
SUBSTITUTE. Chandlery
.. Ship
:.d dealer
I'-"''}..O. Hair On. etc., X2VV: Government I Cures Consumptioi Coughs ;. third Coor.brethren: ,,, i :
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AND FOR rt. PAL.\htJX 8TUKKT. rlsitn 001'111&11 '


I'loMfi'-'-"-"' l-'or 1'ttneral- .._ Cold:., Uronchitis Asthma, '. VOETSlO"5rrtEVERE Fw.lcomed H.A.I.r.a W1W'Ill5KV kl

"\\ KK8: FUNERALS" furnt ned > Fen'rPleu- JOHN H. HpabL><:a
4 FUR 1 l ncllllloniaHay COPPER COMPANY. A. ROEBLINO'S O5B CO. t I .' K.K. ft H.
ineptly! In bouquets orpecial desUt.s WIRE ROPE A. RUSHEL 4 II Zf
GALVANIZED BON'S PCMPB.tsrdi .
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Violette Moieno !K! Wt ireory!: risy LaGrippe Hoarseness, -- Cold" me*.It..Pie
".... tY. "Mdlm awarded atSOU l
Sore Throat, Croup andiAVhoopbiz Canal ;! Filtts Silt: i:3teil! liftreiniots Chrit, tierces, Ikili Seasonable household .
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-v COMPS W'LOGS. FTUC I 1I
t --- and Floral Lf'llgnl- : Cough. and kitchen utensils at the I

,. 'u. ordered for cnstotures.ctte :McKenzie Oertiag Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Asso i I
> ': designs Moreno. *ia West Gregory, I, Price CURE. HO PAY.FREE. elation Willis Hardware Co.'s. j\ t ty] 1Ji1alitl i n i tuS. 1
:!wdlm 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES i i
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THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 10.1902GONVIGTEO

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His mixologist are experts and ADAMS FOR SUPREME BENCH. FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY

l J know all the latest in palate tickler MISS VIRGINIA GHANES -- -
Candler Appoints Well Known Savan.

........t You will find there, too an airy I| nah Lawyer for Short Term. I IVE

domino room for pastime. Tells How Hospital Physicians Atlanta Sept. 9.-Governor Gaudier CANNOT.
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s'Li OF PERJURY I The funnie of all farce comediesMcFadden'a Us-o! and Rely upon Lydia E. I yesterday appointed Hon. Samuel!

e I Row of Flat*-will be Pinkhaiu's: Vegetable; Com I B. Adams of Savannah justice of the s
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Fit you in all the Styles Advertise
--- pouud. court for the! interim until ;
.F pre-euted at the opera houe Friday supreme

t1li NECR01WOMAN SWORE FALSELY night Everything i is new but th.- "PPM MlM. PiXPai.lat-Twelve! : : successor to Justice Hal T. Lews
can be elected by the people and qual ,
j! name You'll laugh; till your ide- vc.'ir1cunt'HUi'ti1sei'vict[ H The >irk :

k WHEN UNDER OATH. ache. It will do you mote good thana \.d in v in' "I ,>ui prominent Hospitals ified.Mr. Odd and End Sale
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as well a* at private hOlll.es. has Adams will accept the appointment
tonic. The comical climaxes comeo
I I given me v.med experiences with the for the short term and will:
I fat that you'll wonder how -"> disea.eesof women 1 have nursed some
Atlanta tomorrowfor
[ come to today or
m In rue criminal court today: Callie 1 much can pu--ibly be crowded into the purpose of taking the oath of They are Broken Lot ana Incomplete :'IZi --. .: ,

I ,4 : Aright was convicted of perjury, *o short a space of time, and the office. He will! serve as associate Jus: i to come and see what WE can tit y."l;

I t.t': charge being; the outcome of mechanical stage; effect are all tice of the supreme court until about

corker Don't miss tins side plit- Nov 1. as the new justice to be elect I
faN" testimony given in the city I It I
ter. Secure: eats early. ed by the people cannot be qualifieduntil LADIES'
'..urt while the defendant was under ----- ---
fit i < the meeting of the legislature 13.00:
The finest line of umbrella- the
!; .tti! to peak the truth. I which will have to declare the result Oxford Pat Leather
: city is at J. I. l;Stephen, Go look v I ,
- ; I them. just as in the case of the vote for governor -
1 Euentzer Adams today pleaded'1 at 1 $2.11.
r lc The legislature convenes on I % iI
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guilty to defamation and was lined: October :"_. but it will b.> several days II I

!_ 81 15 and co-ts or lit!) days at hard labor. HEAVY POLICE S artiThat time before the result of I LADIES'
4c (Ii ?--.WI -,
Will Mumford was convicted of rh< t'lp'tion can he declared and the!
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't '. jl,,-tlCe sworn in.
fl;. b> lug a vagrant and sentenced to .--% <"'- .
Mr Adams is of 189.
the ablest
one and
DOCKET TO-DAY :r .". ...
r t r f.ree: month at hard labor on tin :/:.::;:, '.: 7'.6 ." .. "".... :o- moM la,\Yt'rs. not only of the SiM I
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1: ; ,', ,lilt}. roadways. --- ,-.:. .....-.;.V -._- _.",. ._" .lei: : ill bar. but of the state He is MESS:

I'P '_. i.. '!,l. aiot' member of the firm of I QJkI
'I ; Judge Blount drew the nai.ie- of
HALF A HUNDRED CASES HEARDBY Miss viur.iNu ciu\is' A :.t,e-!; Freeman Denmark & Adams. j Southern Ties tnd C, agf:"
:welv jurymen to serve the court Tresi,'nt nt Su.-<. A.'"" ...11"4.\\ ,ttnrtnwnN.T. of Saxani t. .t:,.! while he has neverhi

i : Flt' ..'-econd week. MAYOR JONES TO-DAY. most distressing oases of inflammation !d! offi .! i ;jii on the bench i ih. it I ..<,:1. $247.
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and ulcl'ratimttfthl'lI"aril'land womb.
;$ 'a The first of Tolbert's gang: of inirjj I have known that i.K-tors used Lydia i ..:; been because he has not sought I ;

; r : i Iras placed on trial today. He --- I]. I'inkhaiu's Yejretablo Compound >': it i I II

Half a hundred c.i-e, and >L'JJ in when everything else failed I ,
; ::141 i- Jim McCloud and the charge with their patients. I have advised my j Swallowed Carbolic Acid. I :
+ fine, wa: the police court record patients and friends to use it and have Sl.C::
..run-it him is for breaking and
+_ 't s t this inoruaig. Three defeudaut* jet to hear of its first failure to -ure. 9.Because __ ____ __ u _
*; fi 'J !!it*>rinR; Violet Arnold's boo-n on Four years asro I had falling the
i were found not guilty, one eut up womb from straining in lifting heavy | $25: for a npdrf'Js.. Mrs. Louis Dahl1 !-

: .c 1l' 'A'Xirra,ossa; stealing therefrom I for !W days, seven! cases were continued patient and knowing of the value of 1 I strom, of :217: Twelfth avenue, swali MEYER SHOE CO.

= ,1 j lot of silverware. McCloud was: your Compound I began to use it atbnee. i I lowed a quantity of carbolic!! acid last .
and sentence was supended in and in :six: weeks I was well once evening. Physicians were called but
f'i :ri il when the court took a noon 1 i I
and have had trouble sinet .
1 1r" three other caes. The *'e. iou was more no ; ,.thE'lr efforts were unavailing! and iti Feet Furnisher for ["..h UIII). ,.:
(',;,;. I I am most pleased to have had an oppor- :
rushed: through and wa: ended in 1 tunity l say a few words in praise of i three hours she wa dead.

i r "Tiii-i: afternoon the tri.tlof Tolbert. i less than two hour your'Vegetable! Compound, and shall I 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET-
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Sp; tun and Reese for larceny, and of take every invasion to recommend it. I May Divide American Dioceses. 1

4 A large number of thee case Ml-S VlitiilXI.V liKANF:*.-f 5000 forfeit If Rome, Sept. 9.-The> question of dividing -
I i 4 Wrtittield Ingraham for receiving above ttst'.,rn'al i. not qrruint '
1 were visitors: to and occupants of Lydia 1:. rinkliain's Vegetable several of the largest American
1 ARE WE FIXING UP ?
o- Men property and rand larceny I houe of immorality. Otlicer Fou- Compound; ha. *.too
: :it t will be commenced. tiin1. and has cured thousand of the prefect of the propagan.- I I

't 1 Judge lllount this morning named j jNV. debilb alone sent thirteen defendants 3Irs. rinkhani advises oick wo- !: da. Cardinal Gotti. It is believed that ii! > WELL I SHOULD REMARK (::

r'eit to the station. This wa: the men free. Address, Lynn, Jlass.I ere long he existing dioceses and arc l. ,
C. Monroe aud L. E. Brooks, I '
: i II I[ largest number sent iu by any one 'I dioceses numbering about ES. will b3 i| AM) ONLY .\ I'iW 0.\Yo\:

1: fS tr E-q*., to take up the case: of :'\ 1.1!j oilicer. i so r<'nrr<"Mzed as to Increase the number : TO 1'INlSII.

,# Driver a uero, who yesterday > to 100. i I
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:t s to concealed ;, The first arrest was that of Tho' POLICEMAN IN I TIME? Not a bit of it. The big man i* in New York buy:.; _:
pleaded
guilty carrying A 1'ar-on's Nol>le Act. .
Thorsen for beating and kikiu judging from the size of the bills coming in he mu-tVx;, .
weapon Messrs.; Monroe and j i ii "I want al! the world to know," I I factories to cloe down shortly and we have to make prepare.
I', i -Barefoot )fuy": Thorseu.: Thorsen 'reception f Our fixing will be finished thi*: 23th: day of AU---
FIST FIGHT 1bfoJ'in
1 < Brooke are to argue or put forth a writes Rev. C. J. Uudlon', of Ash-
selling out the stock hand ,
somewhat when he : on at prices that would -t.irt.:
yfi ,. tii>tioa to quash the information'' wa unsteady away K. I., "what a thoroughly I,, Were: to mention them.CLOTHING .
reached the station: but attributedthat ---- good and reliable medicine I foundin I
jfTiiu-it Driver thereby testing ttiesI't
to blows: made on hIs head by Electric Hitters. They cured me SHOES, HATS, UNDER\\'I.al: < ,
RUFUS
,:i-titutionality of the qitestion ofl.tw EDMUNDSON AND OF-
of
jaundice and liver trouble*: that
i rocks thrown at him by his wife aud'daughter. In fact e"t'r'thinlrtainingo to Men'* \\'f'ir and all tl.f- ,lit _- .
covering the licensing the caused -:
: utft'rillCor
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} fr' :ij ;, carry- The wife had her head FICER PUHTELL HAD DIF-- me great: ; ; many ufactured. You all know Joe Coleman handlethe t.l ,--t t \

t n;,' '1! repeating rill:s and pistol. years. For a genuine, all-round cure don't you? All you want to d.. i-, -top in and we will tell :\ '

'-.r r.iiietion| will!! b. argued Friday tied up, one eye almost hidden. She FICULTY. i I they excel: anything I ever saw'" it, at

r t ;: *::aid her husband struck hei. but II Electric Hitter* are the surprise of
1i .' ;; :.. ruiiit; .iiid will b.- intere-ting. .* JOE COLEMAN'S.
I all for their wonderful
work in Liver.
witnesses said she hit her headou a i
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I --....--. -. rail when she fell. Thor:;.en wa Police Officer Puhtell went into a Kidney and :Stomach:' trouble*. 212 Ol'TH1., \Fo"II. '
Don'tfail to try them. Only ;Oct: *.
t i'.t : down-town r.uuraut"t'stt'rdJY to' Satisfaction i fs guaranteed: bv W. A.

get a lunch. He was oil duty at the i D'.\1emberte, 121: South Palafox.
Hob Brown and Jim Burns werearrested
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time but uniformed. Before he I
wa:
;h for fighting; ;; Barns was so i,: 'I-IIRe-f..1 'onl1de-ne-f' R. POUj*
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entered the restaurant, howerer he F
Iri-liinan for
An once applied u job
; I badly out by the alleged:; use of bra* .
'- -- pulled oil his coat on account of the on board a ci-rtain ship e 1

I 11 T:;ie Italnttthark I F-liciui Ferrari kuucks by Brown that he was una- weather being so warm. "1Vcll." said the captain "where are : : : : FEED, LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.

lF i ble to be at court aud the case was :your rocuni uiendation>':"
pled from Uarston Sept ti for this
: oil until i, At a table' in the restaurant sat ) "hure.. an' I haven l'nny.ur.." OPENJMYJ D NIGHT. 1.- \\'c.| Intender, .
put Friday. II ---- -
.1I! d r rt.
Rufus Edtnuudsou who had 1 I Iprevious "Can't take you then; got a German
e'i on a
ji 1 Bessie i Johnson Ella Hester and
: r i 'The 15iti-h I steamer Firth of occasion been arrested I here with tnt recommendations; ba\">> POU & GINGLES Managers.

i ; F.firth iiled from Antwerp Sept. tit Emma Eldridze: were fined *lo each' by to give the job to him." ,

f for and Puhtell and therefore had entertained i j Pat begged so hard, however, that
r wi"Irt. cursing; loitering. They :..! eY
t i- i the cimtaiu finally agreed to take him )1
some grudge the
J. Gu riurman. aged It, died at the fought Oilicer Dolliue! when he arrested against; big 1; and tiie German both on a trial( trip.

1 ",aie of hi. fithrr. near 1hl"Clee them. policeman. the best man to have the permanent
R. POU
j -arf. this niorntuj The funeral( Hector Ward was fined Slo. He Before Puhtell could be served ;> job. F ,

U ) '. ul takel this Edmundsoc j They were well out at sea when a
\ tee afteruoon.John began to abuse him the '
i was released on good behavior yesterday storm arose one day while Pat and the ,

i .. ; Baxter, third engineer of the : and weut to load his ship. mayor and the entire police force as i it German were scrubbing the deck. A .< .< FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER

"t nt -l*.. mr L idy Mildred, wno Iud lie got "loaded" himself and was being of the mot corrupt kind i iI t 1 big wave came along and swept the 17 (Teit I.iUndinda Street ():flee Phone. ;31. Rt-iJenr: '- ]I'

.\ nenn very ill at St. Anthony's hI'''- Puhtell took it all quietly until Ed- : German overboard with his bucket.
; it.il f.r about. thr e W"I'Itdi..d picked up early this morning. 1 Pat immediately! picked up his liu< l.rt

Alouzo Harris and Cora Howard mund ou began reflecting upon His II I and !started! after the captaiii, \\ L'it I The man who own- ': ..'
I. t''r" y.-vrday: afto>rnooll. The I '
Honor then he he found Mow.I OPERA HOUSE ; inurfhimself<; a.-i.--:
it best
l' thought to
i t r fu.ienil will take place from XorthupA were Q,iitiuj; on Bayleu street at 3 ;i J "'Yt>U. Pat what's!! the matter no\\ ,, ..---.- ..--- .. ... .. _.. .,---_. i trouble and worry. N
i J 1 l "'" ,.d'* undertakiiur! parl(>r* at o'clock this morning. They were have him hush. Eduinndson laughed i the captain inquired. I raise his. rent and 't! F t ,

_, 3:50; o'clo k !. .. aftento ONE NIGHT ONLY no terrors for him. I 11"-1 *
: ; IU. w.ieu Puhtell told him to hush. "Faith !s!=nr, ye know that Germnn
fined and S20 .
: i Ill respectively.J. a home uowadayTbo1-. C.
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3 ; Capr. J .ic.il' Kr ',.r'o\ up-to-date J. Brown and Wm. Harris were Then the officer went out and blew ;, what"Yes hud what such of foinericommindation him : FRIDAY, SEPT. 12. Watson & Co.' ". '. *
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f Ker.-!nanthotel!) : i- .tlw.iys! well matli his whistle, intending to have ; eaoiit. iCall ana
s a-!-('>!.ed au X each for fighting; early I hr", orr:1. stir, nif he's gone off with! I __
; i aged Iud well patronized : ando, his uncongenial companion sent one of jour buckets" THE HOI'( tli SAYS: : I .
*," thl"! tlJnrnin;:. The fine*: staggered 1 ryny-PatsarnStopn!. 1 ,
b.ir. where
i s nis Bijou
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+ you to the station bouse. Edmundson Pur Fond und Pure F.KI: sue H"alt:,y i lad 0utce..Y tiLe.i.iLr 8m8.... _. .
the e id of thee defendant*.
be-t
br.t.dof
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aiway
get very:
For bad in the tike
a tate mouth
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.. ; liquor, the coldet beer or any of Of the ;{:. lined. but li> went down- followed up Puhtell and when he Chamberlain'" :Stomach and Liver i

f t tt:.. }popular fad in mixed diu.k-: the (! made a a attempt to draw: his knife Tablet For ale by all druggists TIII: \ I\\: u...r.I'I.I'-r ( .
-tairto lock-up.; ii
and medicin0 dealf-r-/ .
the officer hit him in the face with :, : "tlllllrlllr' .
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McFaddell'SRov i
: l.otTl'I.: Ittutlitit' his fi-t and knocked him to his" Furniture, gow
NEWS NOTES ,.. i i ill I f You \\\Taflt\ t
kuee .
EduiunJson '
Cofee ('ante. I.ner ( '''';:1'11''n In was up and attempted PRYOU'S.

:?"t''I ;.,"f Sniff 1'rapte. FROM FlORAlA to fight Pantcll, but the | of Flats ; 1 NICK'S

I .'. We drank cotleeome yo4rand 1 !latter, seeing no officer in i sight put I Fish in,! tackle of all kin ds 1.rtA
} : : 'emedai. tabli'hed law in our
c gut-eholJtot.tkerefuge: with some on in- coat, placed Edmundson' and good craft nets at the h TIM: LATTKir.:

:7 ..' n:'.dicme or "t >>ic to miki the Fr.oR.n1.St-pt.t'-V.: s. IbrlII,, under arrest and took him to the Willis Hardwaer Con. i! :
I. bv.welui've or rt lie-ve the =touuohf :

,: .. ) 1 > its pre*ure lies tire, is generally general niauacer of tie! Jick-ou: i police station preferring charges of'' -- -- Best of All SD ctacnlar Fircs.:s : RE R TA URAN *
i'f i
; ? 4 the c.iue persistent 1"Hiii.tti..u Lumber Co. and E. E. Iieee: general fi;htin and cursing. -I then : '
*(: J'! as it ..roducemut- 01 K".- Ubt.*- HAS NO RIVALS.
REGAIN
1 : ; n ttt ,>f the liver manager of the Yellow River Hail- placed myself under arrest and here HEALTH.Durin I M
lMLsllii| : IP TO NOW.
:: : I I wao nervou* that hand*: A
'r. ray
road came up in a pecialcar today.J. I am said Puhtell in telling howit -
t' I: -iuhled sadly' and steep rltd from ? the pat fifty Yf'art.un i ,-}IXEABon.: : ALL OTHERS. A.
j ( l..*.. I felt irritable: all the time and M. :'Martin train dispatcher for happened. dredof *ickiy pe+ipl.! have! beni:l restored

u..able to do much!! of any -work. I the Yellow River railroad and W. EJinuudion tried to have the : I to healtl.. hv the u-e ..f I I DAILY MENUS *
;l !:ad :o force myself to do thiu;- ; al- tetter' Stomach Hitter, and it will MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. c;

.L '-. t ; w tvfelt lazy and bad to drive myIf L. Martin, assistant agent at Crest- mayor believe it was all a tarmlt'sjokt' do t !-ame f.ir you to-dav. TK .\ Comprise all f: I Ati

-I e : to !get :around ; the fool I ae BOTTLE. It will be enough t.. c.-h- '
view were here yesterday. Date Dihf-- ,
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;: bt-loi.ed u? and I always felt as if 1were 1 viuce you nf it*: wonderful vnlu-- a R
1 + blotted. and haJ such a uuf.I' Monday wa a bay day here with i Mayor Jones fined Edsanndson $50 cure far, DIX/IXFS INI>I<.EMI< >\. :MISSGome ket of t!.eV r. : A

f ;\," :and tight! sensation in my chet. the merchants. the Dtsl'FI'.IA. CONMII-AIMX AMI A3. Iii 11II
on two
charges. Sentence
I ,..o :1:at every little exertion started Marshal H. R. Duzau: ha resigned; on GENER.aI.WEAKNESS., The ?nuine ,
y ': wave "runtiiuj through tht: OffiCEr Puhtell was suspended. The ha* "ur Private Sump <>u the neck E. Rouse tfa
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and Jag )[ Davis take has .
{ w ,'ie body followed by a cold.illy place.Mr. of the bottle.HOSTETTER'S.
tq *en-ation. Reynold*' new bakery will( mayor informed the troublesome: Ladies' Private a

But: after I o "nin eaced to u-:e IVTiiiu *- soon be in operation!. defendant! that only a few days: previous .
Food Cotlee. and jut ci>lleet.ee
Dixie Whistler.
: complaint all disappeared ; I he had taken o2 a portion of a Dining Parlor. .." .'

+ tVel well. eueraetic and hopeful : am WILL LOADA fine cf $:i3 at the request of friend, STOMACH BITTERS. I 11I-
l 'S better nourished and able to steep: > ,
e veil night but -eemed this show of leniencydid Her
every birdlike noteand melody

vt Nf My husband: was often sick and the GENERAL CARGO not have the salutory e Sect desired are unequalled: by any arts=t before Regular Dinner Daily. *'
d.ctorandmediciee were contant-: Garden hose
-t : ly needed in our house, but since we and that the fine a? imposed at the Willis the American public her range being rfa.

t stopped cotlee and u these thin* are changed and that! I Ii.eavy ----- --- I Short Orders Prom pI ; if.Killed. & .
The -
: Norwegian: steamship o'3J.nai. :F below middle C to F above
a feeling around the cheat ha: 11 44 The bet for the Night or lIa> >
% t i i.. arrive For Over Sixty Year high C.
expected to
any day now. ..
gone.: i i a jiIrecS e S price ever sold here. ;:.
f; I Every wife should introduce tin; She ha recently been engaged in MRS. WI>-LOWS Soon-Q STRCP: h!i ; O. M. Pryor'* Fur Seats Sale at Coe's. a.
\vholeome her been teed for over sutj years by niture on .
( beverage into faaily. mtilionsofmothers store. If It', ."ometbo: :
14 1 1, s the would discover in a few day:! ; carrying coal to Tanpico under lor: their! children while teething, lou wish you ii :_::2 ..' .;.

: w,:at a riCh food she had: prepareJ': I (! charter by the L. i X., but her next ,[ wit!! pertect saccesi. It soothes the child. Laythedicst. C'UKW NOTICEH.
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for loved and would be riJ! sotenethe gnms.nUayj! all Youcanluy Nick '
ier one cargo will be a miscellaneous one ram.cnrea wind -w-- -----1 Apostles **,
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