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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 11, 1902
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i: mnighrtuj Ala.. St-pt PiThs Atlanta
Sept. 10.-Henry W. Grady, j
Alabama I?. pliblicar.! : '> tu have I!
I PIJPI( one of the most widely known

\\dvnjfing: : Treaty Is to Be Car a siiat minting \byte ou ::)lilt. ]10, th men of Atlanta, has mysteriously young disappeared Chairman Simmons Is Pleased at

ca.--un: bein.4 the fir conveuLion
from Norfolk! Va., and all ]

ried Out. of that j.arty held! since the ne-a efforts; to locale him have proved fa-

constitution eiiminat'-.l: the negro. The tile.The I Political Outlook.

1" th T element in the, party is; working 'l entire police! and detective .1..-

---- --- virj' diligently uuw for recruits: partcer.t of Norfolk, aided by the btt j I

turn the Den.oiratic: ranks and promise men iir the Pinkerton service have I -
l.y! News -- - -- -- to disila> heM on the nth: i1! been looking for Mr. Grady since last j Special to The Daily News. I i.

-A parliamentary: Chamberlain it would not be continued tony a i-oiitkal congregation as was Friday, awl Ute last night! offered uo Raleigh. N. T'.: Sej.t. Democratic{ I j TROUBLE I
much longer. e\tr held in Alabama. A few milE
hope of their
ability to him.
recover
';: i d lull reporti State Chairman Simmons says he is :

.e between for The colonial secretary refused to rec. operator, who are newcomers in I'ILS: Mr. Grady, accompanied by his wife particularly pleased at the political(' OVER TROPHIESSpecial
ognize as burghers foreigners who district have announced their affiliation !
.L. Ciianibtrlaiu and year-old! son spent a few days '
: outi)()k and reeaiiis the party as nj*
bad
been
naturalized during or just with the new Republican pall in Norfolk. Va., and exacted to leave
: aij, Uutha, Dewtt stronger; than ever bt>foro. There i is I ,
before the war, saying that they had but it appears they have been Repuu there for Atlanta Friday morning. On '
I'T to agreeing u no iinlepi'\ lent movement so far as'
been bribed by the resolution of the licans all along and were simply lying that he left to The
h the Doers aske-1 day his wife for the purrose be Is aware, except; in four | Dally News.
volksraad giving them burgher's rightsas dormant cm account of the sociil status
of having his tickets !
signed and
colonial and in each the
secretaiy ease dissatisfaction I S'1: San Francisco.: Sept 10.-Officers o!
a reward for taking of the
part in a conflict party here. No substantial
<,.' subjects which: uiiicusa securingsleeping car transportation. due to local causes entirely! lie the Eighth United States infantry
in .w hich they were not concerned. inroads into the Democratic ranks Since then he has not been
d! and th* seen or there Is no general mon'ment-no who arrived from the Philippines on
aIt reported from any quarter of the heard from by member of his fare
any
.:u-.d a list includingty movement with a head. He regards the transport Buford, are at loggerheads
state, and the several prominent 1>emOC'1.a.ts !lly.
HIS SOUTHERN ex-Congressman J. W. Atwater as an with the customs officials over
who w ere announced on t he Republican Mrs. Grady has returned to Atlanta
the rebels. emissary going about seeking to develop the
: to admission, duty free, of a trunk
.. : tu all lion widows I convention! committee a few and is prostrated with grief. Eugerfj and foster any Independent movement of trophies from the Far Cast
days ago being placed there lecausc R. Black: and Charles Black, of Atlanta
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".. maimed! burghers. or mN4.in they were known not to be in sympathy are in New York continuing the
a iw the English ailin lie is informed that la a western county gift to the museum of the United
with all of the of the Democratic
policies search there, having abandoned the
.' i th* schools and a Republican of high position went States Military academy at WwtPoint
party have declined to take hope of finding him in Norfolk.
to of the who
toTLeNews. one Democrats failed to but they will never reach their
part in the attempt to build up a reEpitctabl Several theories! have been advancd :
f \0\ ith the British be con. Washington, Sept. 10.' -President get nominated and who he thoughtwas ; destination if the treasury department .
Republican party in the as to the cause of his disappearance
4'.--I'S complying with tho Roosevelt arrived here at C.Ut t ;: l o'clock state. dissatisfied, and assured him that i, tries to exact duties from the oflicerf( 4
the and the strongest of these is that !If ho would run. as an independentall of the Eighth. ,
reader including this morning in a special train over W.
I. of
Wellman Huntsville, who h* wandered aboard an outgoing
his would be paid. The
expenses Assistant Surveyor of the
South A1rlca.t Port St.
(o :; the Southern railroad, and left at 7 will be the
new chairman! of the Republican steamer or train while In a temporaryfit
senator he has idea the democrats
release of all pris- says no John says he cannot pass the articles
o'clock via the road for state executive committee, of
Pennsylvania : mental aberration. The theoryof will fail to carry all the congressional without consulting higher
authority
New York. The president and his has arranged to establish stag headquarters foul play has ben put forward, butit districts. All the statementsor and there the matter
rests.
of the officials!
:;r' nt :
.'U African republicsn party traveled from Washington in at the Hillnian, and U getting' Is known that Mr. Grady had only hints that they will not carry the Principal among the articles contained
things in rra.iuesfor: the nve:1' about $50:; his and it hard. i
two cas attached to the regular train upon person ninth he characterizes! as absurd. Ha in the trunks art two religious
for their loss of of
tion. Senator J. C. Pritchard. pI ly seems likely that foul play would is also confident that there will l.e I
even
From New York: the Sylph will convey images and the robes in which they
North Carolina, has wired that he will: have been don him for( this small fewer Republican members of the legislature '
by losses by they the president to Oyster Bay. were draped.
address the convention. I sum. Another theory is that he
wan- than there last
were at the
the removal, During the half Lour his car was One of these wasa n ebony flgnr3
use Several of the Republican! district
tiered into the oren and drowne.
was
: other In the depot, a number of railroad! men, session.It One of thewas an ebony figure
I ton by means c-ouvrnticns will be held here on t!. I This might be reasonable but for the is asserted with much 1Ositlvl'o
newspaper men and travelers gath zon as the Black Christ.
1 ty.ua'tlt clay following! the tate convertion. it fact that: he left the hotel in broad
of tho Democrats
ness by some who
6f the burghers eml around it in the hope of getting I These images weiv seized by the
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understood that congressional nom dayllg"' and would doubtless have
a glimpse of the president. Thr-v took part in the independent mass Eighth infantry at the headquarters of
ot their farms coaunder :
inat on.i will! \hr made in about five r! I been E.-c by some one. hero
: the proclaim- were disappointed! in this, Ijoweve", meeting or county convention a native religious sect in the town of
the nir.e Alabama dst! !lets, and that
for the almo; .t continuous traveling Jt I Saturday, that if Republicans are goingto Pagaangan province of Laguna, while
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i: lor the use of th03Ilrpbers the past: thrte weeks had taxed hi. a full ticket* will be put! outs : I i COAL STRIKE \WILL/ figure In it they will\ drop out. the regiment was operating in that dlitotri.t.

taken by tIC strength and he wag enjoying\ the sleepand The religious! sect was known I'

.tit S. refit afforded by the long run from MAY OPPOSEC. I HEYWARD AND LATIMER WIN. a* the CaMnim, and the images an t
BE FOUGHT
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; the lawful obligations : North Carolina No Incident worthy said to have been used by the inaut"

nth African republics, inmturnxl of note marked the journey during the Former Nominated For Governor and I gent leaders to exact war revenues '

during the war. night W.\ THOMPSON !I Latter For U. S. Senate. from the people of the district by imposing ;

.r r.jr of the tinier to add aTransvaal Several whit house officials were on j Special to The Daily Neves.Tamaqud OnlumMa S. C.. Sept 10.-With on their credulity. A Filipino

Natal. Land to meet the train and for some about G5OflO out of a possible S3.ftnf ventriloquist, It is said, would apparently
to i'a, Sept. 10.-Mine! work
votes heard from! In the second Democratic
11. rvt n.u: of time for time were engaged in conversationwith Special to The Daily! !\ews.rontgN11l'r cause the images to speak and
eia' leaders here
said today that the election The State's
> primary r-
Secretary Curtelyou.The order the native! to give their
',t'alt, 1 Lutt-rnmenls d It.: '- due by tip of southern trip, which virtually '. ..la.. Sept. 10-A report had little hope that the efforts of Gov turns show that for United States senator the Americans might! be moneyso driven

.' ended here, covered a distance of 1.CC6 is current here that the Republicans ernor Stone, 1'. A. B. Widner and I Congressman: A. C. Latimt-r leafs from the island The carvings app ai""
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\! .11 r.pubLrs.ub.'nn. : will:! put out :Major W. W. Wads- .
with 3&.807'me8 :.147 for
to
('x.llrnor
miles over two systems, the altimo"e others to bring about a settlement ol I to hate been malt.Ithin the last
;: in reply, express worth of Colonel
Autauga county, agair st
( John Gary Evans. Latimer'e!
and Oho and the Southern and wuI the strike would be successtul. ThJ two or three yi>a-b.
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Charles W. Thompson,
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.. under the personal direction of S. present maintain that the strike will\ b e! election i is considered certain.
proposals pointing I Democratic representative from the
R liege, of the former load, and Co* fought to a finish and that it will beextended For the gubernatorial nomination D.
V: i'minions' agreed on at filth distrieLVaisworth was a cap. C. Hey ward, of Colleton, a new man NEGRO MURDERER
ont'L.: \ S. liroun. of the latter. The into the winter. The usual 1
tt i duly accepted by th-:* taro In the war and got his title as
in politics has vt>,033, to 2C.727 for
schedule! lor the entire trip, preparedby number of nonunion men went to workin
: i the British gorenmeat, major on the staff of General Harrison .
James Talbert.
Congressman Hey-
,. 1) L'. Martin manager of p.isseu' he Panther CrE'E'k'alley today. JAILEDSpecial
not rrupPned. commander of the: Alabama'vet
: ward's nomination is
per traffic ot the Baltimore and OMo,. Tromps were not bent out and no1 practically as
P -.-.,11:; of the conference the erans lie is a rich saw mill owner; sured.
was maintained throughout. fort was made to stop the men. Ye ter- I
r.Ufc: disclaimed: any dtbinj.e .. voted for Palmer and Buckner in 1S3C: nay the Lehigh Coal and Navieationcompany John T. Sloan is nominated for lie:!. I

Term: of surrender in any for McKinley in )!IUII.( and refused to tenant governor over Frank B. Gary. to The Daily News:
about
shipped 1,000 tons ot I
,' InMiliject of amnesty to TO ERECT participate in the lecent Democratic coal trom eta:: No. \'! colliery] and about The vote, so far as heard from, Raleigh, Sept 10.-Maishall Robin
ai! Hotha expressed dio- \primary, saying he was 1.0a full-: stands follows
as :
4u J tons from its No. 4 colliery. son, a negro, is in Jail here on th
Hint: after the promise fledgnl Republican. For S'JMtor-John Gary Evans 23814 :: ,.
,, MASONIC TEMPLESpecial The Philadelphia and Heading com- charge of murder, committed in the
l Kitchener the rebelsrrinttI !
A C. Latimtr 3 .751.
I par. shipped 12 :23-ton cars from itsN'orth eastern part of this county There
amnesty'at theE Mahoney colliery. For ;t\f'rnor-H4"\\'ard 3f.393. Tal- was a gathering of negroes Su'da/
DOUBLE
I: I wart! coronation in EXECUTION I bert 27.EtLlt'utf
eight and a fight: followed, in which
to The Daily News.
:Mr. Chamberlain prom. a 1
I >nant (Jo'ernGary 28.824' Le cut the throat of Loomis Debeau
tiiperial government Rak'ij! N C., S: pi. In =:The'im-! Excavating Teamsters Strike. this
POSTPONED I Sloan 31.0S2.Secretary I with a pocket knife. So thorough WM
Chicago.
'. '.T any generous inteu"vtrnments mittee ol the grand ]lodge!: of 11as.nsappointed Sept. ID.-All the excavating ,
of State-Gantt
3ft,279
work that his victim! died
: in a I
teamsters in
., of Natal to take charge of the building Chic'agol'nt un Wilson 3ifi2SRailroad( ll
of Masonic: has strike this morning for an Increase to minute.
'::1.\ m regard to rebels. a Temple obtained Commissioner-Caughmaa
Special to The Daily News $2: per day About 600 men doln! '
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i MI of burghers to South a charter from the state as the Masonic 26,197. W Boyd Evans 27417.

'' veal: secretary declar- Temple Construction company, New Orleans, Sept. 10.-A special the teaming for th" principal 11rmmaking MONEY FOR ",

'.. i; raiment's intention with Grand :Master H. I. Clark as from Oxford. Hiss., says that the execution excavations for new building sCLAIMS I I

>. r ht to prevent the re- president and John C. Dituery, secrijtarytrwisurer. of Will Matthis and Orlando are Involved. The teamsters' joincouncil AGAINST I

., i: persons who had not Lester has teem postponed until! Sept. last night ordered the strike; ; COAL STRIKERS

.1! the terms of peace.twiner It was unanimously: decided that 24 !in order that they might testify The teamsters demand $2 a day and GOVERNMENT I

': State Secretary Raleigh had submitted the only real against Whit Owens for the murderof the doing away with taking car of t

Transvaal as a case in bid, taking all the JSO.WO of first mortgage Hamp Williams. The Owens case their teams all day Sunda\s. They Special to The News

is iiS; tha.t11' JU'tz: wasi bonds and J20.000 of the second will be rushed through. The postponement are cow receiving $1.,iJ and $1.75 a i t I

-' cm the continent in-- mortgage bonds.Architects was asked for ry Judge day. They are willing to look afte' Special to The Dally hews.i I Chicago, Sept 10.' -The first install-

: t ill declaration he ha.i are preiwrinj) plans for Lowry. Oxford Is quiet, but there is their horses Sunday mornings, an Jackson. Miss., Sept. If.colnel: J. smut of money collected! by the German

the building! which will be then not return, until time to take the : Turners of Chicago far the striking i
!'.;Jn seven stories a largo crowd her S. Hamilton, state claim\ agent, is
high and will cost fSO.OflO. Workis teams out Monday anthracite coal miners has been J
t..t said he hoped that I e endeavoring to induce the auditor of : '
: sent It
m.lD'ould not be'IS to benin! immediately.! The site his the war department to settle claims. amounted to 1200. This e $ r

adding that if one been purchased. I CONDUCTOR A Certain Sure for Dysentery and amounting to about J12.000 due the dividual money; was in the main, given by if '

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subscriptions.One
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!! things, let him suffer ISSTABBED Jharrliooa."riorrij1 state of Mississippi for services rendered i .._ _
years ago I was one of a and supplies furnished during I .

'an informed the Boer SOCIALISTSNOMINATE party tljat intended making a long! the Spanish-Amer!can war. The claims i Bottle of Burnett's Vanilla Extract li

tpi-ro was 'EO truth ia bicycle trip," says F. L. Taylor, of were filed prior to the cessation of better than three of the doubtful
i
'he government intenl CANDIDATES Special to Tt3 Daily News: New Albany, Bradford county Pa hostilities, and It seems that an unusual kind. Though costing few cents i

..'"longing to the burgii- Ashevllle, N. C.. Sept }0.-Conductor : "I was taken suddenly with diarr amount of red tap has been more per bottle, its purity and great

,g some farms sold in Thomas Murphy, one of the hoea, and was about to give up the attached to their adjustment
mostI
tIJTheSt'\\s. .I Editor Ward of strength; make it the most economical
i.,1' colony under the Special popular employes in this division lif. trip, when the

of Aug. 7, 1901.! Mr. Laramie: ,,"yo.. SePt. 10.--The "So the Southern railway, on his train No. i Lacey ville J/irsacnficr, suggested! thatI brand.

i h .Iwi ed that the farms cialist state convention! in session here 12, going east at 4 o'clock this afternoon take a dose of Chamberlain's Colic, $250 REWARD ,

a government would hd has nominated a state ticket headel was stabbed by a passenger while Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I JEWELER/ IN HIS

r. >>) their former owners. by Henry Britenstein! Laramie county passing Biltmor The railway physician purchased a bottle and took two IS OFFEREDSpecial

Ii, *ra criticised! the compose !- for governor and John D Louci. was immediately summoned. doses, one before starting and one on : !

II imaiission! appointed ti Sheridan county for member ol con- the route. I made the trip successfully NEW STAND ; E EI

r ,ant of 113.000.000 (for the gross A Boy's Wild Hide For Life. I[.I and never felt any ill effect to The Dally News: I il Ii l

*t=istlng: burghers and THE SANTA ROSA With family around expecting him I j i Again last summer I was almost Jackson. Mfss., Sept 10.-Colonel J. have moved my jewelry store to H >

'"- 'o retire to their home to die, and a son riding for life, 18 'I j completely, run down with an attack i. 120 South Palafox J
t SURF BATHING ESTABLISHMENT 'I Governor Harrison has offered a reward i formerly occupied I
'.s their farms, etc.), and : miles, to pet Dr. King's New Discovery -i'of dysentery. I bought a bottle of 1 .
of $250 for the arrest and dellr- by Bass' & Co., and am now ,
for Consumption this .
mal scouts serving is Coughsand | same remedy and this time one
'1' :" hut Mr. s Bathing: in the warm gulf waters Colds;, W. H. Brown, of Lee-I dose cured me." Bold by all druggists err to the sheriff of Alcora county of better prepared than ever to give t q

1 Chamberlain conceeded to be the finest in the vine, lud., endured deathV agonies J and medicine dealer the urJinown person or persona who great bargains in diamonds, watches
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government must world. Everything for pleasure with from asthma, but this wonderful ftssassle&ted Mrs. W. C. Whitfleld. a
jewelry, etc. Call and and
'si" who and lodging, by see me ., 1
board
supported it. Good
safety medicine gave instant relief and Ij-ny-Halam Hellevu Right Away prominent white lady, at Corinth on .
'" the transfer to Natal of the day or week. Luncheon promptly soon cured him. He writes : "I now tad null*t qieedj end cXcmuiu ud cold( of the 2&th of let me convince you. I.
t nl ht. he night August Con. J. I. STEPHENS.MEAT .
or
Transvaal. General Dothat served at all hours, day sleep soundly every night. Like i
H. BITBTOX, CONCERT AND DANCE AT siderable excitement rtlll prevails at fi
CHARLES
of
,, 'e-l hers proposed to trek marvelous cures Consumption, I. I
2m-tf Manager.CJA.STOIIXA. Pneumonia,Bronchitis Coug Colds MAGNOLIA BLUFF Corinth over the fearful tragedy.
*lo lived there. He sawmatning THURSDAY ( & MALT has a marvelous

: -' the feeling! of for and all Grip Throat prove and its matchless Lung troubles.merit NIGHT. TRAINS AT S, 8:30 AND storks ot for the dietetic value. \\' bile refreshing and I. f I

Natal being EO stron- B..ri tha the M boa Hate A'wajs' Bwigl I Guaranteed bottles DOc and 11.00. 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT F UrlllUre Un j next 60 days to make pleasant to take it helps assimilation ( j :

I Bra tsI! Trial bottles free at W. A. D'Alem- Il:>:). TICKET 23 CENTS, AT room for hew stock. of food. Sold byDAXNHEI3SER '

'w .qCt 2 f >xartial! lbw M, I'.. ( berte'3 drug store, 121 South Palafox I DEPOT. 0. M. Pryor BROS. F FI
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DAILY NEWS; PENaACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 1902. t !

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.. I! on l fortnight"! LiY visit Mrs.: Pi-rtle I TUNNEL' SEVEN MILES LONG. GOLD DUST

: saw that Alice wished to remain with I ---- -- -

.1tB c-j QHEMIPN' her. lc'n'Ill.'x H Koxaune, but Lad I : f1 f fII
One Proposed Through: Sierra Nevada I _
ii'.t th'.i..;th lu di ,. .('y the prLvlii
Mountains to Cost $14.000.003.

f I# pure, pale and Sparkling. Bottled Only at the Breweryin St Louis. ", !.li w li-r.-ulil, \not Irs,p'n.tkx I'- itlt- tiled: III to tic make alone San Francisco Sept. 10 -The P.i- j]I Let the GOLD DUST twins do your work"_ _

SOLD EVERYWHERE. .' r'.Sc: surveyors who have been enea-! C;::::::'J 1 tt
si'ix1 tl.; t w-v.lJ fniAliri', sKyini I "" '
j ed fince! last cpring! to fii d a 1''I.n..l ; Aci
tV..ithe LPt'\1ed IIIT l.t-Ip about I the
i I I route from the Central Parintd ) Ir I
". I -- .. .:tit>; l.ut t t'l11'1IIkl! workiil home l tJ. '

.r 1111r.II" I iutuf'H.ult..! steal away to the ,j.! through the Sierra Nevada moiicis- t.." I I ,1

E,; i I' ill-l.ll.illl fif i-00. are putting the reaiilt ,11! !:!Sir work ; "Vi\ 'II(tti 1

"r. fell III low with It was :i mn..tli slncv Uoxiinnc had Into shape for suLais;;iou to PresuentE. \!

[i' i. ;:uil, oM.iii.ia;: it I, IHHUP tt> the farm, and she was to K" li. Hariiman. V C

i : ::oii tu her father [Original ] away tilt next tlay. In time erriitn It i is known, says The Examiner that I \1 \

".., foili:ti i him nt loon : It was after the regular Idnesdaj 'I they u.ls"ll.c'r. 5114' hail bliiijuilawayro ; ) the route laid out by the surveyors ,

1\ .:ttoi:: folo\ve! l. for tunnel feet I .
t I evening prayer tuteliug that Kosanne'i tIll liciick The mNin'Vas in the provides a 34.SOO long, 1t I

.S4 !imweviT. tin- young litter was i Siiiw position: its nt the nigh! t of hr or warty 7 miles. The estimate-It! e 1I 1\\
oi.eiied
. 'I t h a 1I1 Ul ii>:in. the only and read to the family.by Deacon IVrth .irrivjil. risiiits if cut of tl.e <......all.1 coat I la l4.nnn.noo.\ it Will cut down $ Prd j. 4 J I!

tl. and when he rcsi1r the heard a crunching of the Kind IM- the summit grade 1.500 feet and enable I t

< UIO\I'll it from UK Will farm you let me come 10 you and your Mud Lir atid tL.TP I't'H l .\II'x."I the company to get!: rid of all but 3 qty > t i ic
cozy I
near the
sea for the first
two
I 1 I mill put It, withouti weeks in August? I hove not been there have trinl," !lie said, "fr sini-e miles of the 42:! miles of snowsheds.The .

E;I 11''U.I'> ">rktt. .\,; since I was a little ,,-1r!. but I runembet you hale Int'ii here to see you alone proposed tunnel will (pierce the

lu'IIIIll' looked fur it wril.! K-j-Mrs the long strt-tr-h tf Lead to tcH: y.u""Von mountains: at an elevation of about c; i ij.
it nut to betas and the ourliiig wares with their gl: intro I "
rl was must not tell UMVIiyr >.
mant-s. Do lee me come. Your loving S.SIM: ) feet The tunnel is part of Har- .
/ \ : a sillll hole in niece. "\ j. .
nOXAXXE. riffian's plan to reduce time between
: 1 I. .- MM.n as! he ".1liee-he: l ties l
Roxanne: came. She was but seventeen you. San Francisco and Chicago li: hoars. 1 }
fI .! i-v.' sly on the The
jnui'K mail stood mute for .
a from three Mtt. \ .1try.
or days as at present ta
I
\I though she could 1"> companion- 1
I' it.Uer's: drawing time and thin burst out pn;: Illtl'lr:
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two .
days antI a half.CREMATED
able
with a man of forty. She" was I
1 "Wlini you 1 pi tou.otTuw, you will .
d d! the money thei city bred and wore becoming dresses take IlTr life with ym. ion will Lei !
I LIVING BABIES.
it' icli 1l/-IIII"t his reaching to her :lull.'S.111'; had singular leave me worse than lU-nd. !I .. vv f

_ii i-k and 1njnire! eyes, a laughing: mouth nud an "I am sorry for you. It has; not beennjy .
l Chicago Woman iarg d with Horrible -
i enormous braid of jet black hair. Ales fault. I

I 'III"I : r as he entered; I'ettle followed her abut with Lit I lie drew, near her and rn=i>liir: her Crime-Is Under Arrest. i i'i
1 Chicago Sept. 1".-('roii.iit o u of I living It fflr ;
I n the -iirrH-t! as while Alice I'.rooks. hand iu both of his ht-ld it U-viTisLly
eyes a young girl j jwlu.ni babies la her !kitrlx-u
am: ; IS\
,j I till! 'all. ami 1 was to his lij';. Sh iJp'\v it away and
Mrs. Perthhad' adopted heavedn I charge made by Chiirli v I K.v: ;\ ,<. a.mEt Are you a stave: to housework? I
I t a similar coin tr.-niir.: Wil.tt'm\ :.ril the farm, he
; sigh the moment she saw her, for 1\.1',;. I'anlina. TaesohK-r. whim! IOIMHta
in days it!:". Tins, wnlkiiijr silently liy !he r side, a pictureof
I, I Alice loved Ales, though; she did not a private hospital for v.DIM II in South GOLD DUSThas
1 and we will i dC'] ;|I'.llr. Th next iruiig!: she re-
.::: know it till she feared to lose him. j jHotar.no tiiniot to the May strrct. Early made this and other
city. l
done more than anything else to emancIPate women from the '
1 f 'e'(I as he ppoke, hot seemed delighted with the i I In tiniiutiiiiiii Alii-e left the farm toM serious charges before th" "I'It.- boardof back-breaking burdens of the nousehc'd It cleans everything

i ,g man turned! his country and had not been at the farm ':_:::hi to make LIT own living. It was health.! As a. result .iCf-ial: of about the house-pots pans dishes clothes ana wooawork. Saves

' ',il t nliruptly left the an hour before she had gone all over \ :i year late I' winn Alex calve for hr the hoard secured a. uanau' .,?mnst t.me. money and worn I

it. Ales and Alice went about with j I mil: brought her Itark. Tile spell that Mrs. Taesehler on a diaiii": : of prar Made only by THE N. K FAIRBANK COMPANY

\ her but instead of ciplainiug things I! Koxantie had woven about him had tiring; medicine xvithoiu; a lifen! ", and ChiciiO. New York, Boston St. i-Ou.s. Makers of OVAL FAIRY: SOAP.

,I:i n ID Iniiiieiihe fci/.e. 1111".41.'I''r niRiin did Alice visit! the woman has he"n an"d l ITaesehler I E
and their uses listened to what she had
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the iM-ean and when the rind was I Mi.-;. attributes thl'l' ; .
. !:1'::, -v trouble so bad, to say about tltI'W.yh.u she had seen ,
'Ii View Ky. j I high from that dini-tinn an.] brought chagt s to mol h', ; of revenge!: inspired! 1'' ;
\ \ Valley ,
then all she osid
that shouldgo
> they
I ti.'t work my feet were rroi the MMittd of the waves she would become hy her refusal to allow Early to visit TIME TABLE. I

I to the beach."It's I that last her patient in hr .
i ..'n""te ;siz" and was so melancholy at woman hospital.Foley's

I .- bed and physicians; 1 :t mile," I'aitllpx.. "You could !I,i husband took her away to a far different LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD-

, I (t". rive me any relief. not walk him fur." home in the interior. Honey and Tar IN EFFECT DECEMBER 1. 1W01 I

. !l:,::illy prescribed Foley's Itoxanne burst; out laughing.:: : 'I Koxanne: married the son tf a multimillionaire cures colds prevents pneumonia. -

) I !Ir' which made a well 10; with her .Alex;' l'aiJii('!'. "I and! \became a leader of -- -- New Orleans and Mobile.
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1 \\ A. D'AlemLerte, must 11I'1\lmolbf'r with the supper." i fashion. Water coolers that do not '
t X. 1\0.. So.,. NO.:!. No.8. I No.1. No."
-- "No." bail Itti :iune. "Wo will tro: I LAURA I'LIAXY..LKBR._ ice at the Willis 7:15: A 12Iim I 11:0p Lt'"ve.... Pen.Acola..Arrlve IiOO a ':'.1 p 8:00) P
(..Ifufill.. after The moon rises at S to- waste 8:50:: a 2:27 p i 1:112.: Leave.._. t"omatoD ..... Leave 2135 a I %;11II p 70! II
The fupir.
i Cures Ilehulrthegeaof the Lun a. Hardware Co.'s.WEEKLY 11:00 a 4r p 2:5S a I Mobile ....-..Lt'A1'e 12:1111: n't II 11 fiUO II '
'.-miii of Klfanln; ia the night. 1 have always wanted to see it "Several years since my lungswere ,. ...._._" 1I:2.P I 7sa: a Leavs..NPw Clrlt'ans.! LeAve II p51p 7:5a __

.-. ,'Inch recalls the Bib- rise us if out of the arun" North. -
so badly affected that I had
j K-.iih: and Naomi, is not Neither Alex I.rliel' thought of !; many hemorrhage," writes A. M. HClIEDULt

1'! ':! aid, and in Hertford- dNputing:: anything:: she said following Ake ot \Vood, Ind. "I took treat- FOR STEAM DIVISIONPENSACOJjA No. 2. I' No. .. So. I \ No. 8.

d!, ..rl' and the nufchborMKJII !; her about like ('hilth''n.It'x replying'' ment with several physicians with- 11:115 pm 1:1i: pm Leave ..... I'ensaenia..Arrlve 41,51:, p m fiOII am f
ELECTING TEIIMINAJIUILWAY lIliam 1I:57pm Arrive._ Mootgomery _Leave 11:1: am 8l15pm
! as the wheat is to what questions she :I"kl.tlil'l' J out any benefit. I then started to 11:511 am 8II'pm Arrive._ Biimingham _.Leave !!::iiam .:ucpm I-

I i ,. \kite days o. .\u-\l<;t. H'caking ne\cr a word. After supper take Foley's; Honey and Tar and my COMPANY. 7:05pm SIII a m rrlve..NashvIle..l.eava! .. .... ... ... f '
sound bullet.I 1 2:*) am 8:13: a m Arrive __ Loulsvlllt _... .Leave 8:15 p m 2:4:1: am
-. n III the newly cleared the three walked to the I teach. Alice! ; lungs are now a< as a Trams leave Fensaooia for the Lit iii 7:11 am 11:59 a m ArrIve .....Clnclnnatl ._Ieav" II'MI p m 11115 pm
recommend it in advanced stage I W.urlnitOf1l "i women and children timidly asked to !lie allowed to remain' Bayou, Big lIayou J __ ._
of lung trouble.V. A. D'Alem and Fort HarranCiiJ at ]
the home, butvlh'a Koxanne i PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
1 uji one liy one ut objectedshe | berte II S F'-il ifnx. I
: Fort Barrancas I:15. j r
at tt
1\110 I. m.arrl"e i
mid l forming them into went with them like a lamb to theslaughter.
!110:00 a,in.arrive at Fort riarrancas 10Ua.n No 21-Dally No. 3-Daily: I Nostop where time not ho'o I So. 9-Daily No. -VaU,
> which they carry lu When they enuie in si!;.'lit We will latmo'-r'' -CllrJrIa1i1: fo. I loop.D1.rrITeat Barrancas l:45pn 1 --- --

h I.I large enough to l>.' of the waves roiling! upon the saniis: i5 tents each and make them loot I 8SO p. 10. arrive at Fort Bnrraacas 4:15: p D 1I:1 5 p In 7:00 a m'Leave. ..._ rensaeola..Arrive 111:1\1): P IU I.15:30 p m f
I s:15p. m. arrlrf-BtKprt harraaeas TUpa i 1:1:15 night 1 li": ......... 1:0111'11I11\... .... 11':111" 111" "
... .i the daylight fails, all Uoxanne clapped her hands. like i.-w. Htar Laundry 'bO1p.marrtveatl'ortBarrancas 8:4ir.o I P:1' 1:10\ -..-.. \'m..tea........ II1S. 11:01 "
\ :" she .1'1:1 i1l11"1.loll, -, : Trains leave Fort Barrancanfor Penea i 12:25: 7:1'1 II ...._..};8l'alllbla ..__ IOtA": I fi67"
I.'Find' in cloths and :-\t' them (: )1\
I .
up cola at It-tJ.: 7:15" ._... .._. Mul\t _....._ toss II 0:45'I
h t n the heads t,f the! it Py' roll and break and come boiling: I 12'!< II 7:1'4": .. -. ..... Harp _.... ..... 10:21.' I 6:40 M
i I. thrush it then liack with that BEST FOR THEBOVElS j 11lila.m. arrive at Pcnsscola S:0i) t. n J:! 511 II 7:1.: "' II .........GQ1tLily ......... 10:1\: 0:27 "
out
i :<' they up. go seething 1 lliio p :n. arrive at 1''n8acola..I1 p.n I 1:!::'I" 'ii9": ....... .. \iiIton.. .'_". II 10:10'. 6:20 M
1 II! the grain or use it for sound. Tll.'reI1It'l' the iiiuon, tau II1I1o'I'C 12tio( p, in. arrive at Pecsaoola...._ 743: p.D 1:00 a m ... .. II ....Uoo1 angl! _.._ ...... .1 I ':66.'
The of of tire above the eilue of 6.. ) p m arrive at Pensacola 6:45: pn 1'1)5 !I:15" II ........... Holts __.. .._ 8M" 1'35 "
gathering:; a spark T:0u p. m, arrive at HensRcoia_ TMp, 2/11 !II1) II _._._ MlllIlan ._ "; 'IJ'. : ':11 "
m.
-'.lIly a full day's work water wgalnst the sky. Now it i is like: a II "t S:45p. m. arrive at Feu6acola.__ 9:80 p. K 2:1:1:: !!: tj" ...__ Craslvlew..._._ 11:18" 4se "
'atnraaysoaly: ........11 Land ..__ I.M II "
vl! "I'ten woman spends red liow. Look: Myriads of little lines 8IM) !!:M. et.'r 5d4
.
If von daren't a rrcul.-, h?"ltL; u anent. or th FABB: FOB WEEK DAVB.Peaiaoo 8:13 11:111" .. ._ Mm sy Iltad.._ !I:6II': ) 11:11uI \ '
.n 'ittherlnt very lltllo: of light are touching the topsf the ", .1, ,". r, d.; ) !aI.; 1 10 'p-u1l 11
; 11:1'1'
.;; ., \I _I" f' '" \" ..r ,...'I :.: to FOrt Barranca and return lit ': pa.i. "VeFunlaki'\prllga. %:.8 I
:'u', however is looked rollers forming n golden fan.. L 1t"I''., ', "' III! 'I", ,'lit, fensacuia: to Navy< Yard and rttnrn._. tufeneacola 4115: PU __...._ Argyle .m__ 1:4& 2:81 )
r :l ;. .t I' o'rf- ,WI tat Lowell Palmetto Beaob and return Ib 1:4'1: 8:61' II .....l'ance di. Leon.._ 'i:'II" 2J
!Lt in the light! of a picnic. She had gone down to the very verge ,;,'.r Anti Icau l: t *,JE i to fiUO 1":10' II .. ..Westville.7:17 lrt5"

i und chihlr leave home iu and the foam was wetting her "shoi -. CANDYCATHARTIC I SUNDAY SCHIOCbB. 6IM 1'13'' .,_ l'aryvile.._._ 7:12 1:1\0"..
When weather permits the running o 6113 111iJ': u ____..Ionlhiy_....... fIr.s.' 1:27
: _-. t.ike with them food for Alex and Alice st :id stay out in the fields untiln her lithe ligure, which by this time I Pcneajola.: Lv Fort Barraara 11:8) uat7 II _.....('ottondal ....._ :IIj" i 1:1:8.1 noon
Uavc 7:110' 11.25" .........Martlu..n...... 1110 II 12:16" I
stood out in silhouette against: the I 9a.m. II lOa.m.. 7:11I" 11:45 II ......._. CSprPs ._ ... 6'pt I 115 I m
AYnntil In SmiiU Afrlrn. bright disk t.f the moon. She seemed I lit. a.. Ip.m.m.Ip.rc. 7:4') II 1I:5 .". _.....Urand Rldge_._ 5:1"1": 1I::% "
7iI: 12:111I noon i' fPSds .... I\I"\ 111,0'8U
; '.
.' of tintn.! ,,,t t-riou3.. facts out of the ocean, and they :ilnu ,.t looked / tp.r. m 21 p.m.t pm.

) for her at allY1I"l1'lIt to go back B m pm.
p.
t the I sale; >'l1a1l !has to ,nipi -
I 1 i II: il tli.it a carefully dl- Into its depths. She talk !
yes JOB BfJDATfeasaaolato !
.:_:'::11!! ''II "f Uumell from Kusl- stars, the moon and what beautifulchanging EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY Barraacas Mary

"'liil "organized l>y the state. views were made by the btu tit i ant P ..,' iili ...., T.-l "i. f ..floodr I' I and and retorn.____ Itt I -Iii.- I
;, ., .-,,-", i [. '.nl' .I" 'IV) < iVp. Peai oola to Palmetto Jvs ch and
t.!: i ;:in- tnarterlyltetiew reckMritislt ken clou-Is juisslng over its face. Alice l L 's \\rh, Ii.i tr" ga m'l .mid booklrt! ".I II Mtnrn.________ IdNo I
.. remeniln-red how she 111111'x! 1.r0th Vili- 4 J John B. Stetson
happy University
necdHint
: I: women are e1FRLI\N iIi IIrr {U5Ptcr, run II n or srrr ions., freight elvs6after5:15pmThe )j jCo
I the emergency, and had been sitting:; ,by the side of the I
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN I. : Lnncl, 37loi-iel.
like this but till! now '
nights
!"t..! \\ hitch it should 1I.t.JC I wean Oil I

I i" laid in England, where wo : they had not known how beautiful it i : Beer JOHN roKUHS. I'h. I)., l'rc ...If'lIt.f.UEItT: .J. FAIMUII, IL. R., Dean

< ry large excess; : of women.llewan .- wits. l. II Fall Term Commences Wednesday, October 1 lOOii.TVu .

M..d. Koxanne stayed nt the farm t\\ Kuj+ctec Ithj : P.\.E nThatVICTORIA Madej< > : 1'I': IetIIR'4F-Th.. Lnvr DrpArtmenlof John 1!. Metson university glveeatwovenIs'courPIPadingtothe .
"- weeks and then they begged her to dfgn-e of LL. It 1
--. -z er-: ztsrs -see iGREFAit 1is9'11THEIIAR-Thediploma of the Law
: lI..partlll.mtofJohn
wik. B.
ol' the Knife. stay another two

Ift'S-t"1I has advanced more"i so"l'tar nely." without bail h.-r you uncle." ",,"\! shall be thll m3at ba1 flf ii!! fa-JAlmH A !lmR R rAMaUi U Htetson Ft.ITliEIt 1'niver-lty INKuKMATtoN nregardingttPLaw admits! to the: Kir.IIr III'partm..nt the Announcement,HOUreHiALI5KUT of I.I: !-j.and all other desired .1

than but it
,
late surgery t J. FAltUAli, Dean of Law: Department
i it be uecl except where ah- I "Stay," I'uitlIi,'!'. "It seems ns if I II De Land Fla. I

.,. In of everything is changed since you en me.Now : t
: to-':any cases piles I ,
u.l J.1 n.CU! -1--: -
.pl.\ \ \ it is seldom needed. : w- know why the ocean i is I Ii." 'u- I Y't1 ,

Witch Hazel Salve cures tiflli.Ia another two weeks and tell fit e g O i r 3tf& N;:mJClf i j Tulane of Louisiana.
dill pernrtnently. Un- University
us more about it and the star
I i. .1 cuts, burn, bruises. I It II ,1, ,
Alex looked a mute appeal. OnlyJlrs. dundsd.ljj Cc t&lnJrtm t ; MADE 15Y ACME BREWING CO.
-km di..t :!-!'". Accept no money t I No'--v OrlonuH. _
I'ertle said nothing.Uoxanne .
it- -I was so troubleitlintf / reccjnlztd bv pmt-,, j IIKSF: 10-CKNT IlOTTMi UKKK I II !
; piles that I lot much consented.! the sec- I I IN TOW I EDWIN A. ALDERI\1\N' ; LUX President. i I ;
(rea ,
the o&t
i 'trn<;th, says: J, C. 1'hil- nnd physicians u I II

,-. Ill. "1)el'itt's'itch I'hKl: FOIL l' InlO: l.\. Kl y and BIa& r twubPPucii !:",JDA.NNHEISSER, I BROS. Full Courses In LnnEuauei.HclfiipM, Knglneerlng. Law Medicine Pharmacy Arl.
cured in short Seven Heparatw Department Sixteen HUIJehnj'II..n.h'lI: Lihrarle,
-w4' me a ; Laboratorlel .
.. Dr. J. C..Hi-hop of Agnew. Mich.. Gi aa41 .tfI, AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED and Workshops. Splendid: Department fur Women In the Nnncoinb College. i;
the; and heal*. Har::i-* I II '
<;:1"I: have u-sed Koley's Honey I Tulane makeleaders In all vocations It* facilities for Instruction are unsurpassed t I
> J.hllht'rpard: Sidneyi and \V. A. IVALEMBKRTEJCf. I, Harper ftisley.j in hI :
Tar in three very severe cases of 1' I outh. Instructors nod1't21stud..ntslast: session.; Many RChotarkblpl
in theaeadsoiled'partment Own to Louisiana boys. Kipenses! of cubolarsbip student _
pneumonia with good resins in every j :Main House-401 H. Palafox street. tlThfur: session. Hoard and loiUini In dormitories at low rates. Opportunities afforded
i EKT AND DANCE AT cu"e." Refuse "u b*ti I 11 tl'S. W. A. O frs. R. I:. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot I academic students for elf-help. In the Academic Colleges, no boy. If properly prepared .
D'Alemberte,121 K. Palafox. for college work wail hf turned away from inability to pay tuition Neil session begins .
\( 'IaXFFTHl-HSD.\Y --- -- --- Awarded at Part F. O. Box 281. Pensacola, Fla. Uctolllr "t. Send for Catalogue. 1

I TH.\IXSATS. tJAXDI; If you wish the very best i i I Phoue 116-268. I Address K. K. BKL'KK.. Hecretary. I ., 1 4

-T! TRAIN' RETURNS AT I i
ice at
cream freezer thevery ---- -- ---- -- f j

nrivKTS 25 CENTS, AT lowest price, the Willis I "I\\ $: -WE WILL-$* :

-- Hardware Co. can please ( i


.* 'S.>nc of Felt our JIatlresses.I'celebrated you. recommendations WINE CORDIALHithett for cure of Poorness CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS f fat


of Blood, Stoma troubles end Generil De-
never GRAND EXCURSION : bili'y Increscstheappetite. sfrengihens. and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of .
r. hctterthfuI a hair he nervo loll builds up the entire iy>tcmS3 ,

ess. at half the price. I -- PARIS rue Drnunt Fall Goods -- .tI 1 4II

>/<)// .S' Qhuna.Zl'i1 LAST OF THE SEASON MOBILE K. Kouiif ra A ro. !

'I Agent VI. II 28 doz Men's Laundried! Shirts G8 pair Ladies' Spring Heel Shoes, Get your boys ready for schooLWe

eal ,)CI..t1. Attention. AND NEW ORLEANS. regular f 1, to close at 75c. regular $1 goods, to close quick at bUc carry a full line of Boy 'HuiU.M .

will be a regular meeting 011 j j.icola 27 doz Men's Colored Laundried pair. Boys' Suits, regular price, $1.00, 1

-. : Medical Society at I shirts, regularise I to close; at 55c. 88 pair Lidie I..ow.u' t Slippers, to cloae at 75c SUit.
:rd of Health office at 6 67 Boys' Wool Suit, regular price
regular S1.25 goods! to close at tlUupair. "
k p.m. Tuesday, Hept. 2:5.in If You Have I 57 doz Men's Colored Laundried $1.50 and $1.75. to close at $1.15 soit.I .
physicians are cordially -- I Shirts regular 50c goods to close at 120 Boys' All-Wool Suits, regular !J

V .' a tn attend 1 | 35c ; these goods should go in 21 68 pair Men's Low Cut Shoes, regular price $2 00 to $3.00, to close at |1.50 '.}

DR.W. C. DEWBERY, '< I hours. $1.50 good, to close; at $1.20 and $200 suit.

President. 1 20 doz Men's French Neck Balbrig- pair. We carry the largest line of Boys' t

HEM.: BLoCKER, Train leaves union depot Monday. RheumatismURICSOL I ?an Undershirts at 20c regular 25cVe carry the largest line of Boys' city.Pants carried by any house in the r

'ittf Secretary. t goods. Shoes of house in Pensacola.
2i) 11:30 Fare any
Sept at a m. sharp. All of our Ladies' and Misses
30 doz Men's French Neck Balbrigan !?- Bring your boys to us, we can fit
(i can get your house for round trip, to Mobile $1.50: to I the crest twte.1 and Undershirts at 30c, regular 4cl them in any size. 20c.drop-stitched 25c. hose, to close at
.ndol'le CtlUornia pair
"fhl ed complete at .. Tartl' I New Orleans $I ; from Cantonmentand Remedy will cure sold by others at 50c. We have jut received a fall line 100 doz Miises' full seamless hose! ,

Century same as Pensacola. you. It also cures Liver Kidney and All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts.! \\ will to close at 60c 4 for
dos
: or 25c.
((inn's Bladder diseases, caused by an excess of pair
on easy pay- Returning leave New Orleans uric add. It never tai:'. mid builds up close at 75 cents. close ut EOc for your choice. Home 75 doz Men's Seamless half poser

::- '?. weekly monthly. Wednesday morning at 11:30 and the health and strerrtb while using It. 72 Pair Ladies' Spring; Reel Low of them are worth 11.50.We regular lOc goods, to close at 6c pair.

Mobile Wednesday afternoon atl tificates.Send stamp Price for, $1 book per of bottle.wonderful For sale cer Cut Slippers 2H to 7, regular |1 carry a full line of Skirts. We have Just received a full line .

I by drureista II your druggist can not goods to close atTOc pair. Look at our window display. r of Ladies' Kid Gloves in all shades. _
'ROrESSIONAL CARDS. o'clock. Coffee and refreshments < supply you it will be sect prepaid! upon I

.- train goings! I receipt of price. Address
-- will be served on I Remember must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them will have Room ,. I
we we
W. C. ROWETMl7D.Office tickets at ,
Purchase
and returning. I I Udcsol Chemical Co., Los Angeles.Ca .
ticket office. Forturther information I 1 the
ITS Of
: S. 1'&I-foI, |

I' :.I IIU: a. m. and I t3 I p. m apply to ROBERT KING or I Lamar & RankIn Drug Co., Atlanta, 6a. F. La BRKiAlNER'S

lock PETER THOMAS, \ Dlitrlbutlng Agenta
Fho110 {)gisl05 SOUTH PALAFOX STHEET.sggOlTHE (
G3. Excursion Managers. i%%%% T!' ,



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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 i. 1902
THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.


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; LOST BLADES BIG CARGO OFGRAIN Cherry PectoralFor i Mroiuest t ID t tb e e\Vo1rf\ '



S FOR HULLThe Ayer's hard colds, chronic -
PROPELLER
FROM : The 4:Annual Stairm-
he rFinding \
coughs. Askyourdoctorif "
catered: at the Post Office at Pensacola, December 3U- \/11\! ? _
r T1second-clarematter. has better advice. LStfSSS:


l"aIatos OIT1CKFltft street, np-stairs.Building 211JiOulh: ACCIDENT TO ACCOMAC WHILE i wald cleared British yesterday steamship and Saint tailed Os \I -- -- -- 1 THE( [EQUITABLE l[


THE NEWS PUBUSHINC CO. ON WAY TO HAVANA.The i iI: today for Hull, England, with a \ HUDCIN'S PENSACOLA ST. LOUIS

s j I j solid cargo of wheat, aggregating un ASSURANCE[ FOCI mm

Terms: Invariably in Advance. bushels and valued at f 115,0001in r
'i Year by Mall .. ." .............15 00 navy tug Accomac sailed for a I 149.CWO CIGAR ANDTOBACCO BRIBERY CHARGES ,

OM b Montbt ... ... ... ... ...... :z b0One second time yesterday afternoon for roand: numbers. This steamer Assets .. ... .. . ...'

week,by Payable Monday 10 and it : Reserve and otner Liar.
had all she could carry: com- j
Havana. She got away all right, as I FACTORYAfter : The News I ities! .... .. .... .. '.
to Dally ,
TELEPHONE NO. 118. i pletes the banner wheat cargo from I Special
been received i _
no ill reports! have up --
ct. Louis? Sept.: 10.-All but lob et -
-- Pensacola.The Surplus(from which Dividends .
to date. the 19 members of the "combine" of are paid ." .
LABELI Tuesday afternoon the Accomac Spanish steamer Ida will load considerable unavoidable delay the house of delegates, who are und; "

left the navy yard dock for Havana. about 50,000 bushels of grain as partof in the receipt of his large stockof indictment on various counts, ch&r.j Paid to.Policy-holder- ]n.! -
ing bribery and perjury IE connection <

1902 She had gone about two hours when her miscellaneous cargo for Liv material, Mr. C. J. Hudgins, the with the passage of measures granting New Insurance in lii'i i ,. :.
SEPT 1)
e PEH8AOOLA, parties! on the dock were much sur- erpool. proprietor of Pensacola'd new cigar valuable franchisee to public cor Total Insurance iufnro

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Dec.
31 1901
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have been under '
1 that prised ta see the tug making her way and tobacco factory, situated in the porations. arQ or IT ,
J. N. C. STOCKTON says popgun Notwithstanding tif! ,' .'
I GREEK SOLD Thiesen building on the corner of rest.Those 'I
the harbor and
into a
r never hit him. laboriously who are still at large are: cial strength of the Sltel' '.' _

rope was run out to her. Baylen and Intendencia streets, has Delegates Charles F. Kelly and former I greater security whir, "

) : t AN exchange asks, "to whom does To It was found that when about ten PUTRID CABBAGE i commenced the manufacture of his I Delegates EmU Hartman Louie are holders LOW thereby and GLn.r'enjoy : :. \ -..
I .
t belong That's easy.
the earth Decker John A. Sheridan, all resting
f miles out one of the steamer's pro. favorite brand, "HuJgins1 o-Cent, ter than given by otI! ,
i the coal barons! of course. i I under charges of bribery and one atE'rjury

LP peller blades had gone, and while and expects later to introduce oth- ; former Delegate Julius Leb-:
t Nick George, a Greek keeping j
h South young
!l +' ANOTHKK political: mix-up in this was being investigated two others ers. He will also shortly begin the maim charged on two counts witn KXOWLES nHw .,

lkt1 : Carolina. They come as; regularly Hew out and were lost in the gulf. a store on North Alcaniz! street, jwas j manufacture of a very choice special bribery, and already under sentence oftwt

4 4 as:: the revolutions in South America. arrested at 10 o'clock this morning ) years in the penitentiary for perjury Generala<-i\\"-
h :She could make no headway with I blend of smoking tobacco, Big l'en- and former Delegate Adolph
would be a Mobile by Officer Roach upon c m-I 309 H. Palafox St.. PFN:
-
t WE thought there but one blade in her screw, so it was sacola," to sell at a popular price, I Madera, charged on two counts with I
y t I k end to it. The mother of the plaints received about the young !
decided to turn about and come backto composed of well selected Kentucky bribery! and one of perjury. The lest -

t Duchess of war game fame was born man disposing of rottou cabbages. White Burley and cigar clippings.Mr. ;. named! Is supposed to have been located FOR RENT.
in Mobile. the navy yard. :in Colorado but the authorities will:
stated sold head
It was George two i iI i
: -- She came back to the yard after a j lof JIud iiH assures the trade and net say \\'h"r It is currently reported \ FOR RE.1 T--Th e .*
r : Boo Hoo's are loose in con- I putrid cabbage and would not !
TIlE ,
j generally, that thesegoods that a member of the 1 local! detective i
! r into consumers
effort aud again
t great was put gymnasium ofIr
t. 1'Wi > catenation at Milwaukee There I I take them back: when offered. The ,II II I I force baa been sent to that state 'I '
? the back dock. It was true that three I are strictly first-class, and he cola Athletic (7!
full chorus on dry
will be. a Madr-ia "
', l ,,11L: I officer found a lot of them in the bring to St. Louis i
blades had from her screw, I feels coufUent that with an opportunity rented /
d.rW fence tonight. slipped Former Delegate William M. Tan- during / / tfor
--- I store in a bad state. George; will i
lloose- but an explanation could not be: of- for trial given them they will him! who was arrested! yesterday iLClevtlanrt. fairs, ('Oltr'rf' :
regard
THE republicans tell Mayor Jones his troubles to-
is to reach he*>
i expected
veil's attack on the trusts; about as fered regarding the defect other I prove both satisfactory and popular. I ces, etc- For fxi :
t itltuetimt' in the
today of
f morrow. custody an i
s ;4 y j't:: foolish and ellective as! Dun Quixo than bolt heads had come otf. Three I i ----- -- He therefore invites a fair trial of officer from that city. 'i call ai the dill ,

muln c te's" attack-.ou-the- --windmill. .- new blades were fitted aud the tug GOSPEL the same and ch-illenges comparison It was I learned today that Sheridan j phone Vo. JJ.

I II 1 with other brands of goodsof who I lived at the Hurst hotel, wa last .
editor of the for -
P WALLACE 51"0\ ALL, wa again ready duty, leaving any --
Sell th'rIOl1rflt. He \left hurticdly -
4e'-E Tampa Iribuue, has not yet informed yesterday afternoon at (Ii! o'clock. : similar, character. CONCERT AND I "
r; i !! on that day when the MurrMl !.i
,Jt us: that he is too old to turu rascal i'I This vessel has jut been completely I MEETING NOTICE Torture Favor a Tfian.I .ocfession was made pu'tlic. and the MAGNOLIA BLUFF! I / i ;
.. Florida come too NIGHT. TRAIN-I
tIat'ote. in -
: ur overhauled on the navy yard -- ( If rk says tie is not t'xl|>ected back )i I
head
' i I "Having; ditre-iq: pains m 9. LAST TRAIN KM:
, Ft high. I tOOl The whereabouts of the others
t ----- dock and i is In the back and *stomach and btinwith; -
; as good as new.
r' '.
I The Rev. James Printer and his : ,
Dr. is tin ii'lown to the wQ': 11 :jI). TICKETS:) sT. Cl 1 -
811tw'fitll'I!
smart set are now out appetite. 1 bej-in to tie :? ,.
1l ) TilE Chicago r- Au .- I
F Etj. food fur the caustic editor ot rush to have her ready for her tripto wife have purchased the tents and i| King's NHW Life Pills, writes W. P. ar,' watching I the homed 01 inissiatl i i DEPOT.

proper Louisville Courier Journal. The the Cuban capital, the propeller outfit of the Rev. Robert Seeds and Whitehead of Keuutdale,"Tex., and men and prar-'ir-s! all the av.iiiies rf --
; S the felt like Infallible
"oou a new than
blades were not securely fastened, it e iaj- Ciruiit Attou.ry Faille !>* :' OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLESFine S
::4 fi Grand Duke Boris says they exctll will hold union gospel meetings for in stomach and linr troubles.! i
;
i < nio-pt! lIt w-il l noun have them all :n
I fi Newport's. in his opinion._ was supposed, and they alternately the uplifting and saving precious" Only store. ii!;c at D'Alembt-rte' drugBEPATIGURA I'U
r 1 worked loose aud were lost. No damage souls from The fi: of Mt I'
OUR Uhauucey has carefully tm- : sin j ---- --- ---- --- --- rs s" rs. HamiKan, oy-ter todav. T I : :. :

packed hia" old juke and will warm was done to the vessel.! Reverend Mr. Printer will conduct | SchmttU-r. tutke. Helms and fichu I, 'Xi" .\
r l { ma I."r. who remanded
were I
to jailyes
+F them over at Washington dinner The Accomac: has been assigned to
series of Holiness
a !; camp meetingsat I
j I t<>rdt lvcaue of their Inability tofotbonds SANTA ROSA SURFBATHIHCJESTABUSHMEIT
: rt'' Hits With but few ex
year. station Havaua itlieve the
t i parties at to
Tampa from October 1st to the to the amount of Jlo.OilJ: :|
all in good con i
ceptious they were government tug Wabau, now on duty 14th. "Mrs. Printer will be iu charge I Ii .Path aiv making strong efforts to .*- :,

1t dition. -- --- at that place. When the Accouiuc ,i of the meetings; here during im ab- !' I* not a Strong; Purgative.It cure their n>l!>af '. If sufficient surety I I'I I

it : bad rit. cannot lie secured today it is state l Fih chowder will be ".
'I J. THE oath signed; by the reaches there and H ready to go into I'sellct'. ointrt! the does: all that i i-s required to 'I moat the -
;, & 1 Louis councilmen who formed an TheJ'J' ;
l 1 ., boodlers' combine is as active :service, the Wabau will point prayer: of all of God's saints that i' stimulate the Liver secretion : Io'JJlrf'mtI'tmrt.. which body will be I can arrange; to have ti.'
: oath-bound
; ask. d for writ* of habeas other refreshmenterv :
l The I IPi.
her toward Pensacola aud corpus
U 1 "r + "I .; blood-curdling as any buccaneer ur nose come I they-may be 'sustained iu this: good i;t without overworkingthe .>urils on which these writs willl be | time during the week a' ,

41h1.i ,S ?l brigand's m the days" of tilt must here bur repairs. She has been :st | work of sulvatijti. Liver aiid: P..'weU. Asa '..=K.>d is r.ot known i' terius. Set mauastprCHArt.. H. i "

5 t'V adventurous" piracy.. Havana neatly two :years and machinists i ---- -- iII i Delegate Kalkner's! proffer to turn !'

< THE fact-that- -President- -Roosevelt- at the yard anticipated avery II tt'attrCure ".If l.'hrulilc C
( Take two cups of hot water half: an breast of all the operations of the :| FINE STATIONERY
i tells us the strike H practically over "dirty job" on her.
5 I hour before each meal and jut before j house combine came too late anti ha* I i ibwn
is not reassuring. He announced the She is not as large as the Accomacbut laxatire JT I; Perfect.
; going to bf-d, also a drink of doclinf"! i II y Ciiru't Attorney !

i .1 war iu the Philippines over nearly a i* of more recent construction 1, water, hot or cold, about two hour taike h. a.'dition' to being und C. V. Thompsoi. -

s( !?; 'G c year ago, but It has been going I For ind/!; 'tmr nt on n'\ u charges of :
F | eliuunatiugTyphoid bribery. Palafox ha-
: street
lrj t and very powerful. It i* now stated :j after each meal. Take lots of outdoor ,
'. cteadily on ever, .since. I Faulkner stands convicted of j.lt'rjJry''
i l '
new of Lin-
supply
exercie-walk: ride, drive.
--- she will the Pensacola
: remain at and Malarial Germs in connection with the
v I t .iL1'GINtt from past experiences, if I Make: a regular habit of this and inmany suburban de.il.: Papers, white, blue :u. i '
:
ti; k ,+ yard after repairs shall have been I
4 : the building of the isthmian canal is : case chronic constipation ; repair Envelopes to match, Il'\
from the
Iv i system nothing can I will watches and
l until your
t placed under the supervi-ion of the I completed ordered to take j" may be cured without the ue of any ,, jewelry in first-class style. J, I | also Foreign Mail Tablet- -

army olllcers, us it is said President i place of another tug now doing dutyat | medicine. When a purgative: is rt-J i rqual it. It is a tonic and Stephens. I velopes to match. Ink

j } lioosevelt advocates, we" will have to Porto Kico.I quiT d take something mild and ;,i alterative; it will improve Penholders, Blankbook: !'
4 ; ._ __ 'I
f s' enlarge our federal pri-ou-. I u gentle like Chamberlain's: Stomach i i'I II.J+..nm Troiii Northern \t nod I etc., always ou hand.

>! I Cunie Near Boin: a Cripple ''I and Liver Tablets. For sale by all i j\ your health beyond your &Ie M l''uy-&..
IT is expected Hetty Green wIll J <"h Westhafer! of Loogootee, dru.rM-t* and medicine dealer*. mot sanguine txpectati;;.
branch in the United I |\ before you buy Fur-
1 i establish a Ind., is a poor man, but he says; he I -- i rf'V' nrture : ha; a ri 't't r"

} r- t States: of the new league III Paris i would not be without Chamberlain's 'Sold I by All First-Class ftrnggists, LJ ee 1 H 01' are the lowest.Hipuces piece of this earth. Hut t
t the Castellaue's nave joined, FATAL QUARREL flght for it. They mu-i w.<
4 winch ; i
j JJahn if
U "*.l Pain it cost" live dollars a 1 chance to get it. aud gt-t r': _
of which is tot -
fc h the principle object bottle, for it saved him from being a Thos. C. Watson & Co

,' ; stop paying taxes to the govern- cripple. No external application i* : OF LOVERS YOU DON'T HAVE TO DRINK BOILED WATER I have some particularly fI',

1< ? *& went equal to this liniment for still and I I :o otter jut now, :and \
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I -
i ,1 you to come and mv<"-;
THE Bradford I swollen\ joints, contracted mu-cle DRINK You .
ll County Telegraph ,NVJ Ltl will never regret \
i Special to The News. L
stitl ueck,-raiusaiid rheumatic and Daily -o
;, informs: that "I. W. l'inhol ter,of
{ muscular pain It has also cured I l'hkall.o. Spt: 1".-As a result of a
j Ibis! county, will be a candidate for
*
31 i -j toergeant.a t-:1I11h of the house of representatives numerous cases of partial p rah>i*. lon'"s'IJuarrl'l Rnllin! O'Shea, a young T IDLE This weather mil < r. .

I ; \ It is for sale by all druggists and j lawyer who was admitted: to the ba:\ : ,
+ 1 vii :'t at the next session of I shot and killed his bethrc/thed. Em.lvHonanoon. : 'At the Soda FountainWhen grass grow. You (1(1

bture, Mr. Pinholster medicine dealers.You '. keen ,11! ', ,
tbtdt'1l served cutting Lawn /
l J ::> I l.< :e tcMa>'. tried to kill the '
.
a : f' as a member of e at the I i must have good yeast" to make I !girl's mother and then turned the I II and Grass Shears jr ''
proved
+ tl t' session of 1W1\ and himself a I I buckwheat cakes. 1 he Wet Florida i weapon| upon himself and tried to Willis Hardware i'i
: .
d careful and painstaking ''Steam Bakery sell\ Fleichmiii's i commit suicide. He was removed to --
; representa j --
?,
I Yeast want the
two cake- you most
Compressed
or one the
.\ tive. In his candidacy for sergcant.J | Norwegian hospital; in ru<-h a serf. -
r. i cake and one ticket for a nickel. F :z, exhilarating A A 1
; r \ I at-arms he will have the very best ; ous condition that it is thought h. will! draught you \-A.A.A.A.A.A.A.Ab
,. .: I die. ;
'; t 'it wishes I of t hilio t of friends" always want water. '

.J .--- ----- SAYS KNUCKS Last night the young 'oip! ,liarsoled. .efT J HAVE YOU NOTICED ,
: '
'ittj KEKLUHM.: upon the prevalenceaud t Early thi nurn.ns O SLea v if.

;t aud frequency of tiolley accident inother : WERE/ NOT USED ,, ited a the reconciliation Hojacson! horn The with alternation a viewto I WHAT IS MISSED HE'5': :

t4i t cineit 1a matter for congratulation I 'f/fJUe Rock
Ii i was :'sUIUH:1:l and rt-ahe such s .
k tll Pen-acoliaus that: the I IvvVVVVVVyyy.\
If hfip.it that Mrs. ilo :ai''' electric( hues d tin- city are so caret -
I Bob Brown, who wi, arrested, for firfLea:; rest-nted l this: notion and tired: -

J[ < Pi beeuastriimaicidciit lully managed that there ou has t.,"never lines j'I fighting with Jim Hum, wilieit i at lot'wnm.! .>n Th. -hot flivd at arm Wafer Do v..u want i H''i." Ifill'
Mrs
Hogarson went wild,
'' ; ( little nnn'-v. j i13tei'h"n !
, eince, the electric systeut Ins been in stated that he Used only his bare 0 ->, the jewel' r. i :

1 F; operation. Although; the three" lines fists when he went for Hum and ____I .r served at the fountain ':ommodate you.

t i intersect at vuiou: place:, and cro-c not brass kt.ucks as i i" charged by iGREAT SALE I II j ; sparkles like fine wine; It -
aud the railr. ad ;
t; Tt : withal recross run !at a good speed tracks, the, vigilance and- | Burns. Brown says a man can't I OF CLOTHING, ETC' Is only water bubbling over All kinds of ('It>n >" '
i t 4 I with chairs at ..M'tfy / >"!
?tf fspi'fl ,, i of the trul. y men have ('rt- cat rellectious ou his mother and I I pure ozone. rocking .

ti' vented all accidents get oil at it. He says: in addition to II I II Bottled at Waukesha WU. Qiuna's. Prices ar''' ,'rc
I I have jut bought at a great b. r- ill low.
I Burns curing his people, that he, rain a f i uou stock of CII) hill;!. tlio'=, FOR SALE HERE BY _

; WILL ATTEND I Hum*, threw a brickbat and struck Men's KurniMiinffs.!: etc., in the store L. Bear & Co.
t at 2)0! South Palafox street, which! / ,Agents
I him on the chest. He exhibited an I beginning Thursday will bd offered YOU'LL GET THE LAUCB

GRAND LODGE I at sacrifice prices until all is y ..t!.
ugly scar to prove this aertiou.
I Call early at SUO.Sonth Palafox ieet fro>n those w' M "

-- Reports from Hums today have it Thursday and pet great barsrains" letter unless '; "''ir -
F. E. BRAWXfH.I I h of the right"r' 'II
that he will be able to be out aud : .
; : Mr. Thos. C. Watson of this city get the right"tt
i stand trial in the mayor's court to- Flei-chman' Compressed Y ut, 'I''| F. B. BRUCE tlD1e.'e keep j' ,-
will leave during the latter of I .
part ) morrow fresh daily and on ice, at the \V t"t Stationery style-, It! 1 \

"d the present week for Des! Moines la., I Florida rfteam; Hikerv. I It glad to post you.


U ii to this attend state as a the supreme Sovereign delegate Grand from I II dry.is Cleaning one of OT ladies specialties.skirts and Star waist Laun it t P Frvor'ss kind at ne"r', ly Furni-cot. 'I': tVlrJlni e; ing( is i k' S Spiliig( 5ii d i'sliii&', (: li;;l. I II I] Coe's Book- Store.YOU'LL ,


of Odd Fellows, which I I
will
: i Lodge I make i ,oin for
: BE INTERESTED
I ------ --- --- stock.
convene in that city next Monday new i iI Guns Ammunition '
I : Fishing Tackle, Bicycle and

l' Mr. Watson will probably be the :! Easy to Take I O.A.BTOR.A.: !! Bicycle Sundries Edison I in many of the i-">kI ..
and
only gentleman from PeLsacola to ,I Bears the l e K.d h F f::1I'Jj: ?try I! Phonograph Music. I here. Yoa'il bf ; 1' >.'

( i q'R : attend that session. Easy to Operate .' 6 gnat,re :--7:" i IFoley's iI Hammond and Other Typewriters. Typewriter Kupplie All Kinds of ; books with the are styl"printed m w N' !

F I I Repairing, Lock and Key Fitting. easily read typ, L" '
s For a bad taste: in the mouth take II Because, purely vt' tablf'-Yf't thorough I High-Grade Hammerles Guns Kept for Ront.IBi; Supply of Fresh Shells.all The kind of bonk- ; ". .
,
l"f.l Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver I prompt healthful,satisfactory- Kidw Cure j at Low Pi ices to buy and read
I y Tablets. For ;snle by all druggists!

i and medicine dealers. j;I Hood Pills makeskidccysandl.. ,:des rirht. ;i 15 South Palafox Street. Coe's Book Store.Illir .

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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11,1802.

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B. H. FAIRCHILD, I No. sooa.

.jj.iioijSTi3n.3dn WILL SPANNON GENTLEMEN I. W... C. O'NEAL, President; F. C. NORTON Cashier; .:
J. fOSHEE,Vice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier.
38 EAST ROMANA STREET. ,

Car fr Wv and Specialty Refinishing Furniture a TRIALON A-FISHING GO AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK ;


rhono -4LOB.

OF PENSACOLA, FLA. ,

R. K. WHITE, A SPECIFIC CHARCE MODE OF CONVEYANCE HOW- \
OF PET ,
atcbma4cr, Manufacturing Jeweler II Designated Depository of the United States. !

and Graduate Optician, TY LARCENY.Will EVER, WERE CARRIACES
Condensed Statement at the close of business Aug. 21, lOO' !
Peaaatala ria
1'lalOI St l
!IS till FROM CITY.
I'
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Kpann, whom Frank RESOURCES LIABILITIES.Bill .
Tolbert -- Receivable .... ... .. .... .. ... .. .. $350,403.19 Capital Stock .... .. .. .. ..... .. .......... 1200.000.00 ;
says was his chief lieutenant in the For the first time that he has ever Demand 9,97274 Surplus: Fund. .. .. .. .. .... .... ...... .. .... 10,000.00)( '

burglaries, was placed trial 46983 Undivided Profits. .. ... ...... .. .. .... .. .. 10,24':!.94 I J
'NEWS NOTES on yes been guilty of such a thing, Mr. U. S. Bonds and Premium.... ...... ..... Ife7,171.b7 Circulation..... .... .. .. ...... .. .. .... .. .. 100.000.00( )(

terday afternoon in the criminal Henry McLaughlin left the Merchants Stocks securites, 2,625.00 Deposits ...... ...... .................. ...l.. :3N,463.71 t
I Furniture and Fixtures... ..... ... .. ... 6,718.48
-. court immediately following the hotel this morning at 7:45 [. R. SSM i It I

conviction of McCloud, another one Cash and Exchange. .. .. ..... ... ... ...... 153,256.70 t >
.
o'clock the .
will be a regular meeting of giving excuse that he ,

I aUnion tonight at 7:30 of the gang of thieves. Kpann's: trial was /( fishing and would be gone $$710,706

if Carpenter's hall. has taken up all the time of the four pr five days. He left in a hack 4 PER CENT INT; PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.

will be a meeting of the morning session and was given to and went by himself.A .

l>.4y :Saints: at Saints'Hall, the jury just previous to the dinner few minutes later a second hack -- -

C!Muse street, at 7 o'clock hour. followed that 2S
engaged by Mr. McLaughlin
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us.All are invited. The evidence is very strong againsthim and went over the same f S21 Prices 1VIake It Expensive

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will! be no concertand dance I the state making use of Tolbert j route (west on Government street), I ,

\1 ,1.1 Bluff tonight the Pen- and Johnson fYltJtT"
I as witnesses: The con- and the gentlemen occupying It said f
band having decided
j-rt
: .,-<' enjoyable weekly tents of Spann's trunk was also usedas they were going out for the same : ,

'.!ieason.; The concerts evidence against him and some of pleasure. In this hack were H. P. \ .

nifd again next Bummer I the lost jewelry and cutlery from the i Farrarof Jackson.T nn., and Keeleyj v .Trade Elsewhere r.

l :II''s Ilow of Flats" is a the store of James Jadrevic, on I j Dunn of tt- Louis: Mo. Q'5a5P52s25Z25' 2525'5252y k
II
..f laughs from rUe to South Palafox street, was used tlfec- I
: I The "fishing" trip was arranged at PURCHASES FOR THE INCOMING: FALL AND WINTER 1.150OF' FASHIONABLE f

mi. It i is the funniest tively against Hpaun by the solicitor.An a conference held at the Merchant; ;! OUR \VEARABLES have been lavish nod! exclusive. Every department is rapidly putting I
the road and it is I' its Autumnal hue The hand and brain of our large force is
'ly j: <>n information against Will Tennessee 1 on eager to make your shopping" : here t.
:' .-trong company. It hotel yesterday, lasting\ several: | both pleasant and profitable. Our modern methods of buying and selling of reliable merchandise are proven >I>
: for carrying concealed weap demonstration* that this store is where you should do your shopping I
I'trtctiou: at the opera I hours, during which several other ;i, .j' ,
ons was: filed by the county solicitor
: !-.w night. Have you ', gentlemen were present. .

yl't'? If not, do so at i'!this morning The negro said he I I One of those present betook him- SILKS I DRESS GOODS. I

[i was going to plead guilty. !
elf to Misi=ippi hurriedly at
very BLACK TAFFETA-:\'; inches wide elsewhere ETTAMINES-42:
; : mcVwnir color
; BeiiC' .
;0,'.""- Company by up- I Tolbert will be placed on trial this: "t noon yesterday. I 51.23!; the yard, (special here. . . . .. ..$1.00 ;gray and tan, innit p.itteiuworth SI.23 per t

..1polite. | attention to afternoon. It is expected that: his I i yard Special.$1 00
i, Tne attendants at the conferenceyesterday 3'!-INCH BLACK TAFFFT.1-worth a quarter
'. I 1mng; full.llue to plea will be guilty and that this plea 'i 'I more lie yard, :Special: . . . . . ..1.00 1 TRICOT WAISTINo-Color-. i-ink Nile
(bUIlt up an immense are very important in I irreen. garnet and black per yard .. . . 25c ,.
They have a splen- will be accepted the court. their line, and within the next I MORAE :SPOT AMSTRIPED ANTIQUEExARML'RE j : NOVELTIETtH. r.'W dress suit

Mayor Jones and city ollicers are elusive Waists Silks colors Special per yard $1.25; I material, nut blue, cadet: and castor: exclusive
\ i -ii!I they are selling at I thirty days or less, it is probablethat I, patten?, per yard . .. ... . . .. .J1.25SILK
-. Call and see them. pushing the prosecution vigorously of COLORED TAFFETAS-all popular hhades, by I
something a very important .. ... . .. .. .. ..OIcIiO l.clndl.W { SHIRT WAISTS-Full: :: line new Fall
..'I .i ft-w prices quoted in and rendering great aid to the solici- I nature will accrue from the trip as yard. Wai-ts, allcllr.*, from . . . .13IM!o to fiJ.OO

,t-.tneut in this issue. tor. i PEAUdeCREPE-the popular waist silk, |150: FANCY VELVETS-Black: Red and Blue 1
t
--- -- made today.OPPOSED. I the yard quality Special: .. . . .. .. ..51 ::n ground, per yard . .. .. . . . .. 750:
: Ku I -':. a well-known col. __ __
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N t DoouiMl For I.ilc. ,

: .:!':.e received death of his a telegram younger I "I was treated for three years by OFFICER i ii EARLY FALL WAISTINCS. I CAllOONS AND ALL-OVERS. 1 J

I t-iville: (ia.: Tuesday good doctors," writes W. A. Oreer, Siberian Walstings .. . . .. . . .61 'eyardVicugans A complete line of ,:aruiilure": for fall g'nwn- '

n--age( came too late McCounellsville, 4.)., for Piles and i AND WAS FINED! Pastelle Stripe: . .. .. .. .. .. lOc yard creamecrueandbl.tckprice; per yard lOc to $1 00
Thoinasville In time Fistula, but, when all failed, Buck- PERCALES-One lase'iudor Percales 12'.C! t I !
.10 leu's Arnica Halve cured me in two I -- English Flannelettes: for dressing sacques.! We yard value per .". lOc 1
: IUllera!. His many I
I
weeks." Cures Hums, Bruises Cuts, i I
white and colored, I Louise Collins terrified the entire
I Corns,Sores, Eruptions, Salt Rheum
.\ i .'.ne with him in the Piles or no pay. 2T e at W. A. D'Al- :I southern part of the city last: night $ W. J. & B. FORBES. eu

I emberte's drug. store. Ii| about 10:15 o'clock by giving! vent to
I I
,u-se Monday night
l a number of piercing screams. The --- -- --- -----
',\ .il be given the op- Grass Shertrstlzat will cut ,
I noise was heard plainly oa Palafox It You 15uy Them af the Br.tOIJh,1I' "Store They are Good I
i :.caring Miss Carrie close, at the Willis Hard THE WEATHER ,. ) I
famous; professional |' I street and many went down to ascertain m

w > created such' a favor ,ware Go's.JHE j the cause. Biggest Shoe Sale of the Season !

'I --ion among the smart st TRliT When Ollicer Puhtell reached the TO-DAY 1 I I
: DIXIE ;i I
ork. Miss House is south- woman site told him a man had beat I NO OLD SECOND HAND :-''['OIX: THIS:: SALE.
i native of Greenville, Ala., I I ALL CLEAN, NEW KUESII: nnon-*- PRICES:; CUT TO THE I
and kicked her, bat the pertinently -- LOWEST: su CI1.
beautiful, graceful and< a i HERE MONDAY NIGHT I I .
well whistler.. i i refused to give his name. She said I! LOCH Korecnst fur. warm toiiMh Here are some price :
oculist :
i. as Lidiei"" Oxfords in Ideal Kids Patent Leather and Vicl Kids, all
l Friday, lair: light to fresh north to "uI twind. our
be the g-ne.tot friends while I -- she knew but wouldn't icform the I Iollicer. I I .. new this year's styles and sold for 13; during lid* -ale. $2.10. / ,

i-ure seats early: from Cue The Dixie Trio, booked to I All our Ladies' Oxford and Coloni'iN in Ideal Kid and Patent Leatherand
j appear Vici Kid. which sold all e<*aon at $2.50. at this .sale for f 1 .75.i ; '
the t-\'Ilt..f the sea-on. I Hours
will he in Last 21 :
at the: Peusacola opera I.ou"eIon- I For her opposition to justice she I Maximum Temperature.... .._.. ...i... ..... .. ... ... "I degrees :i Our Ladies' SJ Oxfords in all shape-. Patent Leather tip.t.'k tip,

I I.i y 11 ,' ,. losing :iip-tite| lying j, day night, is composed of Mrs.; Em- : was taken in charge and Mayor Minimum ... ..... .............. ..... degrees heavy and light ole=, now $1 4Sj Ji \
i few of the
These il
i are only a many >PHPJ pricewe ire nfT'-rmg. Ccinu
tk' 1I1/tt Ii\'' Hnod'- :Sarsapa-j j ma Gertrude Pollard, soprano; Miss i Jones this morning assessed a fineof j I Temperature Elsewhere : I and be convinced that: tiiH best place to buy I 1'I; h-cl.i {....twI'.lr tor the a

It'- )U'; {.if', toiui' you ut'ed. J I 1 i Mot. Mm.tlntft f least money iat .
I Corrie Rouse, artistic whistler, and JlOou her. |! .\ .... ...... ............... ... i 5," 1 r ti _- _
I Johnnie Williams, : KhJIIIUCIt ........ ... .... ..r! ;II \
Mi-s: Kate Rouse a wa
| accompanies negro
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WILL STOP THE I Mrs. Pollard has sung in mot oftlm ': arrested for beating the woman. Hei I';ialreston'Cincinnati..__ .....*71 t ii'>"- Boston Shoe Store

i Huron ... ... ...... "" *
before the
cities of this frailty today
principal country pleaded mayor JBck-on\'llI.. .. "1 ',-
LATE TRAINS Jlo', Kansast.Ity ..... ... *" ..* I II
and : also
and is recognized as one of the best was punished by a
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KeyV rct -- 7., > x till .tN (;. 01'IIIDII:1: ;, i'n.prici.,1.
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: Memphis < I
floe
j :Southern concert vocalists.I '
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Mobile M> Ni > '
| .. .. !leaders of Low Prices. 117 South
I : j* Palafox Street.
The Spartanburg: (IS.; C Daily i Montgomery
late train )
night j
14 Thursday I New Orleans ... .... -i 7" f
.. line will be run to- Herald says : "Mrs. Pollard completely ;, New York ... T" > i
dummy I WENT OUT TO savannah ... T* '4

I' (1 I hereafter barring theatre: charmed her audience. She St. Louis .h NI to INEW ORLEANS COLLKGE OF PHARIAGY.A t tI

t ,"'regular! schedule will be has a beautiful, birdlike voice, PLAY GOLF TODAY .

i and brilliant." MARITIME.I I Hi'ompletecouriHk. .. ur (' ,
'I' I.I strong! I. I'hltrIlHU'Y Ofl"I\.tt-,1 II) "I''IrJfI\do: .. I li liof
--
.>.w night a late train will The Atlanta Daily News says: of Lecturewith Iah..r..ty 'In-lr 1'1111/1111 I'llKM .\\"\ ('II t.M.ISTH .
--.--- I \ Bor.\S\. PinIiil..K\' M At ;HI.\ MKIHl: I itnpv! ,..,?,,,uitnlt. tu u. t I
of ladies and ,
A number
; :'." t-titire system for the ;i "Mrs.: Pollard has long; ago e>tabi j gentlemen KX FORTH. nroltousbuilding.wttltmtntclontlint iiiiin>-utlypractesiinit: -- ? npeatFea: I
Ion hegtnstct.n4' tft-'t'-o per session 7-"iaiid7.7i
AMI'I'ttFasrNF.wu1LB.t'MLA.
i t went to the Eit Hill golf links this, For September to date $.!!L.IIr.. I
"I.ition of the suburban pa-: fished her reputation as one of the i

. s c ire'to come up and see !j I SouthV sweetest; singers." morning for the purpose of engaging 8UI.FII I l 'tnlll1', < hrirt>. II | il

. t it!ion at the opera boue. Miss Carrie Rouse will appear in in that very fascinating: and healthful ir-cotta.I1our'rGanoa? StO"-AalilTiidHll, \ LIorlulkALQRAxASTLUP. I Thrutioliilily 11I'1'a' -- :i man or Hotel Camden
iroiniiiio still not trains on the dummy i the unique' role of an artistic | pport. i I I c
di" i-linrity of Ih. -;{' null whimi tliejcuiiif .
1:1: innovation and were .....hitlt'r.11:3 House is the Ala- This afternoon a great ci-ntest will I II Nor ship Ameru-a. I I.!'*."). ..jirtsen. Cape in conta'-t. and on bearing' II' (' UIIH:\, \ 1.\ 1\\1.\: I.
I Tow to 1'enoHcula Lumber 'o
,!.id on each recurring | barn girl who created a sensation take place and some: of the acknowledged -i Ur s" Manrhi-ter Inventor; :''i& I'erry story relathg to the Mllim or iifkle Is Now Open to the
of the will out KioJHiilero tot'n,11owrt tu ness of some one it is surprising: ih-n i Public, )
the cool weather has !! at a number i>f social: function in expert city go
honorf
the
do for
they not hu1M'| \
.. -fores who have been New York Ian winter. She poss and take part in the game. THE SHJPPING.hTF.AMSim'S. their nii-p, that it i* not true or sit i iI I 'in 'g.IiIeIit of

I' -- i 111-I't I treat it with rh.-iritaltle sllem-e.! ; I.MRS's I.
"Hi the hay front hive se*" the nv*t wonderful: birdlikenote VE"-EL; : I' 'oHr : k
as thi-y liow to he treated. Thenne\- MIMS : .
: ,. city le:1'lnJut: few of any artist of this characternow NO MORE er was n great limn wlio U-1'1'' niurli I! :.t. : ,
Hr For>-t Hale.'Ji'l. I'inktiam to W L
before the public Wlttlch.'tl.o' tention to ;ri>''*!it: llier" neveri>: a ,.f Penn.'l'J| t. Florida. I II iRA7'1iS
Nor Hydra. *:ll. iJabrirl.. to (rllf Transit woman Iktiltguisheil' aij'ne; her "iNicifor "-
1'iiual: Company officials I] The Montgomery .\Advertiser Co '
BANDCONCERTS Spun Ida 2I I'a1 I. Arano, to Gull Transit Co goodness who was not c-luintuMi' I RI-ASON'AIJLE tRy
':: d at the patronage: ac- :Mis H I1"e whistles with the grace i Hr Ko-rflfld. UC>! C"'M\p.> to !'..o acolaLumh..r Ton niiirlit as well|| HIIIUM- younwlf liy ,

'::. and hold out the hope and! ease of a sweet-throated: songster; I Kr Kolhcrfifld('0 IM-l. Chandler to MKcystT.tCo Ii rfinnrkiiic the ugliness of people ns to i the Day, Weekor Month. $ I
-- amuse .v-rtirsolf by remarking their iI j
\ : -uinmer the line will be'v 'of the forest; indeed< the clear #wtet 1 -Bltand"nnoI"U.!; Kqnrrolo: to W 8Keyser faults and l tl"au:. revi.hWO are all Table Furni-hed< with the Best the
I Prof. E. said this afternoon & Coi
It-ctricity and a much | notes resemble nothing so much a* Wyer SHIPS. ally enouuh.. Irate kno\v. and we nil !\ Market Afford-. t f
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that no more open air concerts will It t.futialt.i2lUtton: to Kosaico Krosj hfiv.too 11I:111falllt". warrant 11* in I "
the notes of a bird. j Public
,I.-- \\ III then be poible.Owr hippy I II Patronage Solicited. a
be given by the band until next i iI j HARK I 1 Iteiii Miif'i-iM'il I at faults 1 in utiiels-!
1 Miss; Kate Rouse, a promising I >. 1'arodi A Co I I
I I It Bice.k7* Olwse. to Atcbison! Ilobe.; Free
'I Wary \.anl I Thla t concert *. Johnsoii. toordfr I i Sample II toms.Sunday .
summer. was :Nor F.Iieer t. I
-. .,w '* !*.' vrnixrt hYKi'f bail I(I young pianist, will act as acc m- : Nor sigurd, l l':.. uxutfrnd. toll H Boyer II I ,, !
given last Friday. A 1'11111111 'j RatMade to Traveling
i U II atinn
Biilllousol ,, .
"\<>r siity years by i pauie-t.Oher I! Men. r
'I ,'llIIJr"Dlhile teetblDR I ; Uf.CLiCAKKU AND SAILED PUS t'l'\o: a''II
'ir J JLe i MK Ell/TOR-Allow me to speak t
of the !
interesting feature*
..- <. It soothes the child :,, JERSEY COWS AND HORSES i iI i 8ACOLA.I few words in favorf Chamberlain's:
'in-.allays all patncurse wind :': program will be a cornet solo by I I BTIAM8HIPB I j l CONCERT AND DANCE '
.. i' Cough Remedy. I 'IItf red for three i ATMAONOLiABLUFFTHURSDAY
for Hiarrhoea I
h..t remedy firth o! Korth. Br old Antwerp (opt" i ,
*, 'hi' poor little sufferer 1minci <, by Prof. E. O'L. Chaffer: and a For sale at LOS West Chase street KIRKS.Arduowan. years with the bronchitis and could! i| -

by Druggists In every pan ,,: violin solo by Miss Lilliaa Jacoby. :Mond ty tfept. 15, a carload of Jersey ji>r. l8'4.: Antwerp July IiI not sleep at night I tried several'' SI IfT. : AT8HaIJA'U: J

enty-0ve cents a bottle --- I Cows and young calve, also a few !'I Kt-liclna Kavorit. F Vo"rr..n., "1I.'i. It Ht,Fare cad .inrslou July >( 'ppt* doctors and various patent medicines j- ,9. HT TRAIN RETURNS; ATII

Mud iik for'take:'no 1 n.other Window's kind. Sooth- '! Ball Bearing, keen cut- I horses. ,t'enoiicola, 1t,1'2.Id Genoa :Au< :1St but could /get uothin to /give <:| :,>J. TICKETS; CENTS!, AT
| :'lonanSOt': at Ku-no\ Ayres Aug cUnta.o.
llslm GEO. W. TrRTox.JK. I me any relief until my wife got a DEPOT.
; Lawn Mowers at the Yurt V1 at iporto Aug 1-i:
ting ,
CLOTHING I -- -- Mottle of this valuable medicine -- -
AT Hardware Go'sFleischmau's NAVAL STOKES MAIIKKT. SHI1- I! which! ha complPtelyrelieved meI : .- '
:
1 I \Willis I E J Cpic 'r, Kr. \y! ". at Troon A an 15i ml\ttrl';;"fts for tbever
1 1---- ,i Kupbemia.: it, l'i>. aid IBmburgUi 14 I| W. H. BROCKMAN, Bigne'.l! Mo. T 11 I
LESS THAN COST : : Compressed Yeast, i 1I Sported Dally for The New bj ,i I This remedy i H for sale by all druggists | I1Li11Gtl e\t r.rll'. Pryor.sold here.
I Union Naval Store* Co 1 In and medicine dealer. U4
Sheep Caught Burning Timber. ;
I i fresh daily and kept on ice, at the I --
I'
I West Florida Steam Bakery two &081J1.I Laramie. Wyo.. Sept. 10.-Reports I II C.A.BTOnz.A.>

,- Thurd.iy I will offer I cakes for i 5 cents or one cake and one I vw _.___.........x5.5 H ........ .... ml"wa. I 1'from timber fire districts state that I! Foley's Honey and Tar !! P K.r4 .
: Bean L Y.a Bara Soi
-<"I" South: Plafox street '1 1 ticket for 5 cents. Bakers and __.. ...... ..... a.-\ o .... .. ... h I :r.'" I:1: sbeepmen will be heavy losers. Many \ the Aioaq I
: <.f Clothing i-hoes, :i! hotels supplied in any quantity. I Ii_ ..... .. ...._ 8 :15 F.... . ._. I 21<:.J'I ,, of the bands have scattered and thousands i i J9rchlldren.safe.sure. _fro opiate* :.' 8ptue: #+--0' ,

'IIIIK' ftc., at jut what _. .._...._.. ....... : JIll E.... .... ..... I :'s ;1 I '1'i
h' Itt;:. Greatest bargains 1 I K._ .._.._.... : 111 D ..... _..... I of sheep are now in the midst Thos. C. Watson & Co.,
I '.- rl'. Fishing tackle of all kinds '" .... of the burning lumber country. i I the leading Real E*tate Agent, take i.i
l..._...... .._.......-. I C; 3 betow I 2. : \lo-n-e-Y--- I II
F. E. BRA W ER. 'and good crab nets at floe SPIRITS TnKP aTI4o.. ------ |I :all the worry otf the shoulders of the Save il !J buying

-- -- --- You can get your house owners of property manage the ,I YfJlU' furni-
Cos.
line of sterling silver ]finis Ilardwaer I II i I
-- ------ I Crab nets and ishin; furnished complete at ..Alar.I renting of their; houses and the col- 1 I lure at Marston $ Quina's

-\.r:i Stephens': : novelties. Prices is to be tot ':BANNER SALVE tackle to suit everybody, at I I ston $ Quina's on easy payments lection of as their they would rents as themselves.conscientiously I I Great Furniture Empo- :

I I the most heating salt In tnt work I the Willis Hardware Co's. I weekly or monthly. Their charges are very reasonable. I\I num.THE .



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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 1902


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i STEAMSHIPS. A CATSKILL wrote to Dre I COMMAMDER MILK !f OLD PEOPLE/F



SAN OCEAN TRIP I i [fOngina! ] far f1i PROVES TO BE HERO !! Do (not Ii always receive the sympathy and attention'hich )j'-, I i. "'4.

j In tae Catskill tlH'io i N they deserve. Their ailments are regarded: as purtly! !L-\. .

( To ,NtW YORK, BOSTON | known as the! Kaatrskill. !e "lce* imaginary or natural and unavoidable! at their tune of > -r"*

Fired Magazine life. Disease and should not always he \.
f A.NO ALL K ; Deliberately infirmity r.oci- .
which Ilws the I: lltc'rok !l v.'i- letter ""
from
lady :e we quote. "; .
I ated with old: The of the haired : / >: ;
EASTERN RZSCRTS age. eye pray jrran.iaire .,
"
I l ) )1;. \\'..I1..tn'E'u the I,,'!'t' 5benote for, and is a n Crete-a-Pierrot. ..
O to-ciay a& a result of followi:..: of may be as bright; and the complexion as fair as a:lvt' -;>->
"
A t ( I summit is a i">Uit callrtl .
rf Via c-\ advictami using Dr. Item- his younger and more vigorous companions.Goodl3loodlsthosecret :
:
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) l The :r)1Lp> \\\l.1\12J4t } j i On either side of the Tank Prescription the medicice ,'
I I 'WENT of old '
WITH VESSELi healthy -
DOWN
n. age,
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Mtiiiis ( .t alovo
OCE \N 5TlAMl: : CO.MPANN: J i i ; oue thirty makes weak women strong and and controls every part of the body, strengthens ticIKP.! ..

.1 .. v I h :::: "" IfC II st-iKirattHl ure from eil II'; by : welL "Favorite Prcscrip- I muscles elastic and supple, the bones strong ard the f -':-. i.--
il; I'tvt. Tlie is ,- regularity, dries weak i Sake of National Honor Commander {
Hours of Ocean Breezes tivu shut grains, heals inflammation and i I i this life fluid is polluted or poisoned and loses 'ts nttru\i ;.

Sailings: each \WeeK I the: trees, uJ cue passing : ) and cures female weakness. of the Firminist Gunboat Sends lag elements: then there is a rapid decline o.' the vital l \, 'l .

.3 from avann 'l. C.a.R' road near I by would wanvly women, especially those suffering I Her to Bottom to Escape Capture by in premature old age and disease. Any derat gvment of t!; i ij :

IMI 1 14'''< instructed where ti> !< > :;ea.es of long standing, are in- i shows itself in an ulcer, sore wart, tura r or si met .\ "
,.. | I .liir ttfI I I .
;
:i' :, .- .. 1 -. In \I'I""I ICIh; rl J cCnY There are many '!: : ( : Cerman Ship.Gonalees. growth upon the body, and rheumatic and n.''.f'llglc j .in: .

.I I'. .' "Ir'I.| i t Mi f .. .., I constant, accompanied with poor digestion z' d cold ,seer, :: .
wL.v it Is called I'awu's I. I
:
it II I i J II I- !! : \- Haiti Sept 10.' -An investigation .
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,!.,:.' .,t. ..: 'I.-'I f r.i, '. S. S. S. being ; .
-. s.nV..1 t'ue.-e i-. turret t I.i hard to tell. : \ .t. :, made by a correspondent of : pun ) vegeti.olt.
J'Z '3' If I best blood purifier for old people i: ,
.1 r.J, ",'U. rfst.GMs .Lr "1'LsNa en ,I'V a mouiitaiiwiT whose : I The Associated Press:: into the sink-1.
"' .n.. E'c Uvlr To Ki : cr hurt the system like the stror.t I:.::
.. have lived In the iin-e : Crete-a- .!
"1 II'' '*r1. Viii.tet ** I' region : ing of the Firminist gunboat but
,. gently and thoroughly clean, :
.'l! to' ..,.II lio-.l, T ..-.I.u JI I ._., '.i J..I." "..'.iI..H''J. nal I'utrli M'ttlonieiit f N a* y Pierrot at the entrance of this. harbor I 1 stimulates the debilitated igai..>, .

1e/'ita '''..i2-i' ii t K1 Iu the Illetrith Saturday shows that Admiral Killik.
3 / ; early days ailments disappear S. S. S. is just such a tonic ;.s t.! : ;

(( came fnuu H..llalll.ll1ntll'l.ttlt her commander, personally, fired the j improve weak digestion and tone up the Stonach. If tilt :

GKNKll.VL: FUKNCH: Clnall'LI: foot of Kaatorkil! clove. ju after magazine! of that \eg el \vLenj I: tary taint, or the remains of some disease contra ted ir t. : : '

i J fi what is now called Palui the German gunboat Panther attempt. will search it out and remove every vestige t-f it fr. .n: the: .- -'

alb Following. >i. the ,.ef: >dull' "f cueunteteatnertFPnrha.Freuch dai'-rhter.: : Katrina (at the I 9 ft4L .11 I to capture her and that h*: appar- Write us fully bolt your case and let our physician- :.. '.- .4

J .govt I family care: to the uiuuntuin- .1al'l1t ; eiiil.vvtni. down with his ship. you. This will cost you nothing, and we \vl! maJ free i 'ur .

I r ,l ll''I THE NEWS punt.lor the I fourtwii years ..ld.. was :! The Panther, which tad previously nd skin diseases. THE
: SWIFT SPECIFIC! COMPANY
d' 1"eii benefit of the merci.tnts! wlio: ship A.:.;,.1 _
m s bit iiUMiniaineir. height beard the Crete-a.Pieri i iIJt.
attempted to :
their ."oa= to tl.e \ .i\.u-. army i)
.' ,. slt..p for her to climb im the latter being moored to tha j -'-'- a

!...toh.nsa oa: .. ... ... ._. .... 1:00&. .1' rupt but she l''lIltll'tand upon consult Dr. Pierce by letter, shore reversed her engines when th3magazin /air-I I
.. .. ...!. : ;
,I.r'a Lear :Arrannk.' : "a UUlU"" In \aiii her imrents
4 >r; r L"aPIIit r.S .. .... .... -. tires' a. m'l All correspondence: is held as exploded and one tour tftenvards j,! from thf l li.od.I the i1111151Iit1'lI' I'
.i .i Lea' .Iuraaca, .. ... ...... .aaa.m i keep her at b mie" wartiiiifj ; private and sacredly confiden fired thirty shots from ter j ahimitethepoisfl -- .
11. F a li .1...ar. 1'0'1'01& .. ...... ..Ih:15a. m. j the uil-1 beast or worse' the Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, order I W. A. D'Alt mbFrte,121 to'. Paint-x. ,I I Know ,
ii at the Cl't't "-1.Pierl'Ot in One *tm i i
.
guns: .
; A v,9 h: n --
.
t 4 ; t m.:: .\ trip to Fort ML-Bc and then reT i' who wt rot movie: re>[! Iy ; to finish the work of sinking her. The ;j ji : '.ran ob ULe ".d Jt> ; ._ ,, '
t '} ton!,. '? !;-irraL: \.. dote it the! side; of the forest truthful'y wythat Dr Fierce's F.ironte I
9 { Lrainrranca' . 1 'I?* p. m I mountain She did ra n n'ndir'it nnvin.nif ami\ de-! i Panther then left Gonaives. i Pocket cutlery and sets- You will have ;p r !e
N lrtdyai Ltl' ... tither. .. .. Ii5p.: m. I| n .t fear t Eral.. g-\in it '' writes Mrs. Kmnil ': It is cainii-J! here that the aifitscad j i ttoWettrnrdeus t: H'
i L..aP..n.acol ... : iw..1 and as for the Indians! of LikivunMnntcilm Co.. Jhch I !\Sots from the finest to the : .If
jVp. j ji
it' r Lt&-' Icken ... .... :,'iip m. nut tlieiu she home "I nasMck lour month.., and the medi machine guns of the CnsteaPierjrot own ground. Tout !. .. ,
Ar Hirr.ireas; S.-t1 p. u. and maker came I eribed by the doctors did me no good. have been saved. cheapest at the WillisHardware 1-; !home] and he cu:. .;
4 s i tr:, P.J MoK.ant rrrurn.'f'i't litri-b! l look Ki.keN, beaded! wrote to"pr Pierce for hit advice. He though he t .
in a very kind letter instructing me The body of Admiral Killik was rev Co. may :
i
O'n Wtdn..lIIahd -: ty* the i peiii !lies or some variety of I
I followed! his advice and today Every woman wantk
to y! 'l b.ll'j:1:l leuve: lltrrtuc.i. vii Pick-1 I IfU ] When Kntriua! had grown woman thanks to Dr. Pit r.. ." I covered Saturday afternoon and was j I own and if :she will i ,\ :

: PH:, : itola at <;i.:;\''i in.it 1. burled the same evening.
p. I j
j fyuiiiietriial girl uf twenty a ierce's Plea.ar.t Pellets should toe Mu )WtFKcr. i Thoi. C. Watson ts. Cit
1 T ( rat I-'reiu-h! } ;
.. tit : 1- f'-rarniy "frU of loath fauiilie> bad settled Favorite l'recrption"ten: : The surgeon general of tne Crete-a- > f leading Real Esattcan ; .\
I. :.l.v! ,* ..dlY nut idr inu"t ; The anderdgiied= tin method !
f nor the Van Sautvoorts. on is required. Pierrot who was asleep in his cabin. "Ill.r I show her how i .
t bav'1 ( | if .
; i j'a-< room tl.e I quurtetwaetrr: i vJerin? service u? a
:. where now bans tbv \ | and two sailors of that vessel also i j i : Le.
0 : pa--acf o i ler.: i : I flrsl-:ITsi licen. d midwife, hay ,
,ri.-inc Twihht Park. I'ickpotkctr and Tin. perished. '
( i| inbad; 35 year experience
-- -- :__i<_ tit." ivuvs. nf_ ttf._._ "trl'ltll'n__..... I : J
I Sautvuort was, Lke: Katrina a H' u The Panther is expected to reach i Can give: best of rffernices fimii' Buy a new gfrom ar'It :

STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE cUiuUT.: lie mit her one dl are the drip's of the expert Cape Haltien on Friday. !! leading; physician- tnisctty.MRS. ,
,
I the Kaatt-rskill fall and it pockets. The other night a A newspaper of Port-au-Prince.: July '.' M. GIDDEX-. the. IJ llhv U>i >' 'p

that lie 'd her and ;tl who had been to the th i'T' \vo-j their I j I 11. contained: the following t..It-gram'! Company.
Bt'l\ I't'r.al'lIla and ilwn-Hlllu :
\"ro
[. i&f*? ?tt' 1 : I plL'hted.: One day he gave I' j getting on to a tram car nod from Admiral Killik to General Hois- ,

Uuns: Daily F:\eeptunday. I !he had :: the Possibilities openetl up to
and
laI.tm..1 tamed. :
m' 'ill ror.d-Canal! provisional president of DR. NOFFETT'_ Cures Ctolera-tr..a
I a of it and afterward fingvriHl gentry by a crow[[
i-t-t tonk
tl' V 1> t "CITY OF TAMJA.rtt Haiti: l/r Dlarrhof
f *
-j f i 't l t .uvi. 'c.
r-'U. T i f .: her in ulillt.r her hand in her pocket and!
I rambles.The "Gonaivcs Boisrond-Cana the Bowe tryI11Mh'E
July ; ,
t ;ii Lv "1.1'On.m .'>: ;* am 1.\ P"n-aeolal.ipm first | her purse firmly. Suddenly
triiul.le between; the Children n't-, .
t'-i- Port-au-Prince Killik does net fearanythin i
Ar "olav'aai Ar M ioii. "i.Jpw I :
e # aud the Indians: a sharp prick as from a pin on Aids
.
was
on Digestion
"
# Fare, till citoundtrlprl.tu.; ;; will Mow up/ ship and crew ( i
.rJ TLCTKING.POWDIRS)
I I and acting on the impulse 4
:
1 trina, and this not from br the Bowels. >rr ,
for tie sake of national honor. You
from h\'t' A brave l her hold of the purse and Costs 23 the Chi.'o!' .
YOUR;, alone remain responsible." A ; ,. OB1Y cents at Drag1 ts,
I Water I became I her hard out. almost as nutok-\ I TEETHIM; .
%. WOMEN AS PALLBEARERS. I det-perately l:;; it. but I'he'IIS too late. I Previous to sending the message to y ; r tier m.il d:. ovals I" C. J. MOFFETT, M. D.. ST. LOU'S VC
of her and .
her father .
lifted .
j TI.'SKtGEE.Ala..1af :- I Imy J. J \1 I'r-; ; M.a r ?" I.' \ J. ,
few seconds General Dol 5 ron d-Cu.al. it appear. .. .
IGrwe I Ilwr to hiui In Of that had elapsed) : eip- *:;st .r ".1/ rrn't '
J .. Mrs VcBurnie. of Louisville. Barne t marriage. ( Irul !*-te* ; \ -v r I' .. .
: hand had lotto there, and tho I Admiral Killik: had received: order: ," 'i". .
off.-r was deelineti. One iiv.- .t to If .
day s
i i J Ii J J '
.& i by her Female Tnends. j I : gone. : from thf- latter to give up his n ssol! H-r r. t1 r i.Ue .. '. .
i'voinpmied I by her fawn '
.
,
> .r : I' _
u 'f' : >viCcKy... Sept. 1f1-x; wamPr.ti i 1 i Unit, Rf-id. his second in "
com-
r the top of what is called : to nant : I' 'I. ... i- : ., !
; a tin, I ,l- pallbearers! at the funeral ot a Could Not Help Her. '. h
f3 i|! and stood iooUin! :? down into i mand. and it was also: repotted tho.
i I; :r inn .;' .>!( Punip: kiJtiey trouble for "
yesterday
j, ? I I j jmfinb'i kill cluve. Ojipdsiie were years, i the provisional government had r.
:, ',t :: Mt !J' I" "' a ot a.r ; : and qtipstrxl the ('nltt>d States gunboat Marietta
hound
i I T'q') t<> the left ;
\
:. !" :. r eolKagur.s! Vah.and the doctor? and the French cruiser! D'\-
a l Ior..ud stretch: of
., a I I country help m. I tried Foley's h i-
'_ .
t' .1' .; (.a.1..t ti, I
t : a: l >Htifnl sias to '' '' the Crete Pi. .
J >e: lIu.h1' \'r. Cure and the very first dose; ca; '- *? -a- n ;

i j Muiuis: were the ..\Y"\ ill;; of relief and I am now cured. ht-r.ro the i1. -fart Cs! patch: to B.1 i.a!' :- f ,
.
a : t "i 1 he -I .. aT' ,I women enter''i! in the wiud and tin- tumbliu: say too much for oley's I Canal.

{ f C :.1:' !>. .r.:5: th casliet!; ioai I i u ate, s in lilt reek i.-luw. Cure" W. A. D'Aleniberte.
,
t i ;{ t } t:tt.'r.R t'I' r 'f .i.a: of their fut-ud war I Suddiuly Kuri..a was i A Sa't Iheappoinpetit

n..t .1'.;'" \ rustle in the |bu..het about + }

4 f #' T'.i? : '. t' h., the fir; tirnaMt. i; Leapini %Vatt r stood beside l week."I Fast falor.' I| Ineffective liver medicine i is !a di-- t/

I 1' ( f V !r. th. li." ":: .-.- that womf-n have ] pleaded his cause, at first t-rrintir bad just won the !| appointment but you don't wart topurge
I; strain !aud break the viiid\ of
t i t 8't-.1 a.- i._Hhcul"r" >. j, as she Jiriuly put him aside i ; the stomach and bowels. DeWitf* i c"

-- wild tbreatening; that if she said the facetious spectator, i'j Little Early Hirers never disappoint.They : iigiif
t ; ,t Take 'are of the >, 'h. I in her refusal ':
'1 trr+nat lie would jump I tall fast 'oor.-Chicng'G! cleanse the system of all pOI-'HI

1't; !r '. :nan or woman who** dijretn"i *- in hi.: :IrwtII! tit.prirpb! < I IIlnppr land putrid matter and do it !gently

I 1,, .- pnrff-ct and whoP s'ouiucli I i sliowwl suh fixed resolution I that one enjoys the plea-itit elfect. '

t ; 1 r.! pr'Irn19itSevery' fuucti'in ii never I triua was constrained to ""01 It,.. i j They are a t<>uc t.1 the liver. Cure ,

', nek. Itod'il cleansej j uritif- and I I I with him and agreed to take aul his wife quarreled for [! biliousness, torpid liver and prevent -A : s;" J
.. ; fever. Hariris' John I I II
r .' Jwwithe9totuach -inJ cute* pos- ter into t'IIshh'rt.II.!! Then ; ova r naming the baby." Pharmacy,

( itl\'-!Y :ud per 1rtRRPUtlydl-touuaeh Water took her to an Indian \ did they settle it':"' I} heppard: Sidney Kahn ETI'J'
; FINE
---- -
_'a r : : trolllI; WINES '
lddigtnni1
I LIQUORS
; Cly..t'LI' Ii'1 I short distance from the rock.: ', It:1. twins. -Brooklyn ,
I .
4 a It i-i t .e wonderful! rectniitructivp The trte.pnperr.There ,
1 :.1". hat I h miking *'> uitny ,sicki; The! little fa\\ u. :'<-eitstonied is c_:I:.:.:'I7 ii;:::: investeil in the
.l' '
.1 ". t ';.1.. wf-ll and w.*.ik (>'--'ple i strong'v.iveyiijj white people, was far more ; new i f; tluiii Katrina at the ,, S. A. FRIEDMAN\
:: ; to thf'lf bodic all of prim States. divid.d amonp 2.31:: establishments .'
h'Ti I I C :I i. urisl.niPiit in tin fond they Katrina noticed tin's and it < / which of
employ 1111 average:
ice ', tf' "-"t. :<..v. J. H. hull-e1ay, Holla- to her to tie a me..wige to the fYilY7; l..S:7:: : : wage earners. 1'hrre"cning P. O. BOXt IS. TKLKl'ilo I

I -:'f d.iy :\1Ij;., write : Kortol has cured I u,i-k giving intoimation of ,' it on every box: of the jn-nnine f
f4 31 ni". I eonidt-r it the b.-st, remedy Ievfr I "I.'rIll'\ published to every one morning : -
I ; tlon anti wnd the! fawn i i vc Brorno'QuinineT: :
M-fd, ( tor dv, i itiid i-tomach! m wspaper.I
pep-i
4J j h' > : j j'j.
; I iig::; that! it would make for 1 that cures cold la one day,
{ \\1! trua'I WI- Iiv..u !Ii'; hv I'h '-I'I I iiArn
\ h'T jMM-ket wa> a bit ...1'pal", WfiOD.
; P ;{ ci.i K-jilol av -d my life. Take :
I' it :irr! meal.. II iriri.' Pliutnicy.; dij-pin-/ p .iut\l ,tivk iit-i j A Xett'.lcr.ey: bnlitin'1'e.tluonral.:

I 'J! "i J ia.!: r ienii.trd.. Sidfi"y Kdhn.t she: wrotein Leaping; '\'at.I" : IA :M. T. Lvnch. editor of thp Philip WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MITH; L''itrFjt'I ;i. '" .
.f. .
'
.
t e.-: .\1- the fawn Jeavini hurl. X. J.
was ; :! Daily Po-t. write. : "I
4 ..m."tnc; nt a Mtirm. l Infants and CMldrea. have THIDIER I ; THAN KVE. 1 KF1 RESEND
: :v Leaping Water es|>ied ued many kind of mediciiu-
t :-4 .:y : si..! ': .'. 11'1-- in
'I"! : I n TI' are
for anJ cold in
.ibi.nt coughs *
paper| !its iifek and gav- Yea Have Always Bougld my faciily
tl )I' !' i. ti u ri 1 .' It'vtt !tartar! a I j ) '.'';-11 tic I.'I-r iiit. of !. but never anything so good as F' US YOUR ORDERS NCW.

? 1.", -: : ; .\ .. : A If-.v'- Honey ;and Tar. I cannot =
.. liminilid! the sleiiii.T lejrged th ay
'.. \..' too much in praise of it." \ '
,1 I'.i' I' 'I .1 :1\1. I Uiinno. \ A. '
not l" s iniiiy: | went the Thompson Olsen c5c C )
'
jutiir: : ff1g./v.
";.I" ..n, .. :.; '.t ecru hail. I.ut u.rvp..u I Ii He miht a.ily' IIIH'1'Ut an of [}D'Alemberte 121! S. Pdlafox. : .

is It \\ ,;. rNVv York I
'I.I !
r" t \V.- i boo! nh'iII.t : I lilt. though lie. : Manresa Street, Telephone 7 ':V.

,.t I -.:\atje, be C',uM I I not kill the --
There'
m lot* of niuuey b A made -- --
; want a good Bed
; t'iita loved.! So he followed ,.
j. ?. .\ Idinluf-il <'on.phimenIiht' I in real estate-lot--of it. A real estate
f i nntiiril paths! made by the : or a nice Crib for the .i i in t* uuilly a finder-board toweuita.
-i :; Th! ;y 1. !! i..e I nave a i>orcelainnulare WICKE & CO.
.
('. ,, i IL.. trending n the stones the ( $o to Marxton $ : : Thos. Watson &
i\4its. here and thereinkiiiL' QO.. the leading Real Estate firmt.a"l'
'ti I '" ;;.- gull on your skill In I::\III. The trees bid the fa\\' : !i some ntfer* which it would

: g I' a .; on iN rivlai:!:'-Mew York be worth while consider. Go Plumber
him. though lit \-i>nd! hear it ; your Gas and Steam Fitter
t \\ ..ti.!. -- and
+ see them to-day, and don't
___._ _. I tLro::;:h the underbrush, and! OF ELECTION. i; till to-morrow. wait ,

,4:, i.t .1e'fl i ".'ri, ii-rtstitt-t, kidii-y or ream he cr.n.ulit :1 i-'linip.se of ] 01 Eianibia County :;'' ate of I
i! tl' \.II.jol.1 1 r t1I .'rot.-t bv tikiujr Fnley's' I-xly! or white spot on its I - No. & South Palafox Street

ti a ,a K ui... v Cure.V.. ".\. I>'.\I lubelte, I ltl-:: animal having been tau of :tatr that of I.fur H.Stair Clay of Crlt\\Iord.j Florida All Kind oil Plumbing and Has Fittings Materials Kept r.t i"iL"

)!IT.! .. Pihf-x. lust'" uue of rs natunil agility, give notice that a PHONE !t2P'141t1i4'OOLA.! "'r...

-c I the time it reached the Uitttmi :" ; .\ ELECTION: \ I .......
t 1'reeetienr 1.t.I.II..I. in Fseanihhat'ounty
ewas well niuh! ; ] Jtateof
A M'lth'.ui.-t i :. r:: 'I1I:1U in thi I Tuesday next tuccet-ilmn the I I. t
cl'l'r I (I/eapiu;; Water was ck *et 1 port;":::1 n( tincity I'ln'tnintcnxl a CVIt Striking the creek where the bring the .A. :M.A: v ery

i t Er i one recent rainy Salnlay'standing: dose form etiasin.. the fawn was : II \\' 'F NOVKMBKIt. !
i in 'if: wail of the fhiiivh in an effort ttepresntsttve" of the Third fon-
so swiftly that there was i Dutrsct of FloriJ.i. la the Fifty- '
:
f t-i u'llizo:: the .suf sr'l E.- copir II+ u sliiolj from it but to jump. Gathering {re the I'n.tM State |
( I f .r.n'rm..t I ; re'tary of Suite of tbel, :tate of '
I strength; was I-ft. It shot to ; IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
"
S 'ciiitf iti.'Ulo. gaiJ the oli-rsynjan j of the
i state of Florida: i
k of the hither roek and, (\\ '('
2 i 'het rily. "You'll toO out of the \\\'t.1 j| Justice of the Supreme Court of
Y I its strength into one terrific l ': ; of Florida. t HARDWARE.
'c raT"I" aii:: you can have a seat wLile you're | cd on the rock U-yoiid. There Railroad CommUsloaers: of the

t ; vx-aitiu for It tu eloar." .. .
I t1ld.Iln'hHe. >tnator for Second Senatorial'
,, "No.: thank yra." !:lM the Colt c-m. the :State of florid I
,l 1.lrt'a'ly.!! "Oi'll out go inta tb' house Gulian: Van ) of the" House of Uepre- Iron 'Nail*. Axp:!. Shovt I U. Saw Mill and StpaiuhKnpplies. .:
t' ;j i left Lis home w ith his gun in of tbe state ofl li>nJa. Cookiu aud Heatinr Stoves, Paint. i ; .-
k 2 4 e \1lilt. inlmlfs: j :ame and was rooting down A t 1, FI I; follector.
\\V1I. that's rather h:1r..ll. answered He H-
I oa the opposite side. Hearing; Treasurer. i :::;
?4qt the d'r;: 'Ilm.'lll'n our Lord was .| finial destx udii; beyond the County: Commissioners.!; j ,_ : I II I Agate and Tinware and Ilousciuriiisliin (tuod,9"AQENliFORRIRMiNGHAJf -
t
earth members of the
c n did l.e not go among Lis cueruiesV County Board
at. thought to get a deer and Instruction.! __ I ( ROLLING MILL C< f'r"9! ]
Jot t. t way !In the direction the 01 the Fence! In and tar; tb II''
1 a "Yi#: he did tliat. assented. the Celt : J UUCII trlctsvtr: Revere Giant l Htitched Belting, Northampton En -'.;
t p -t with prowlns: warmth "and rez diJn't moving.: As it approached him I A Contented Wheel Co., Laftm & Rand Powder Co., Johnson'somine K 1.-

proached it. Loth finally:: Iron Kin? and Buck Stoves and RangeW:.
doI fine to him. u !! in sad for; the fJl101l'1nl
>It'k -Ct. Times.TMs same place at the !same (, : \11: I Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace: Leather Mu-ur; -
phia .tl1'rl"-l'hl1adl'I'1
truia's fawn fell at Gu'.iau's: : I Woman Made Railroad Colors.

E In a moment he had seen and f'le.
Masonic Temple. $ Pensacola
y tcI tG I note. Scarcely! had: he done I,. J3 the one who has the wisdom tone ,

Leaping; Water emerged of the 'henff. u called to : Ga for cooking a% well as for

f l 1- I sijaitnre hot of the I trees. Gulian. maddened at .. them be to cause a notice of I illuminating: and heating purposes I IIt's
: en every genuine to published in a n \\ ; -.e- W. B. comPANY
t j dian's action raised Lis gun In the if 's'I'I "on WglGjlTMANCyACTCBEES ,
e 'rt jfi slJr .' I.dratlveBromo=Quinine T Mew J I him dead. county,county If there b8 there no paper be I tap" every minute of the :24 t I

{ the reuedy that tare m r 14 in one d.aJ' in the county they shall cause at I hours a-ready-to-use affair, you I, \ .
I The same evening a party of copies of this notice to be posted see ; it's labor safe ( ashes } t AND DEALIIt.l'i'
no ) and \
1 Marston Quina have visited the Indian village and n public places in the county. I \l
$
Whereof. I does
II rI have hereunto set the work quickly certainly and
leaping Water dead had
; was i ) hand and aOxedtbeGreat
seal -r LATHS
; so7laeiterynieeUressersan ficulty in releasing Katrina. i [ : ] the state: of Florida at Talla: well. Talk to us about gas "f--. J 1- LUMBER,
.
', the .
J1
this
capital the first
: : Wash Stands very cheap. less the incident was the l.ot ; ", of September A. I). I-JH: *. ;;

.. Just the thing to go with I subsequent.: hostilities i!; 1:1.: lL.\\Secretary: CR.-\WfOP.D of Htate. Pen acola Gas Co. .gLL1.L-L";3 SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES..KliB.Vml' !.'

F. A.
i E. Smith, stenC: Kicambia ,
Iron Beds. ii
1 L i a'oa1l'1AA PENl ACOLA. FLA.illi .
I Subscribe for THEXEWS; tot; per 2C! and 27 E. Garden St, Piniaccla, Hi. .. -- ,



DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 11 1902. I

.....-::

j
TO ATTACK BOLIVAR TRO'OPS. FATE HUNG UPON LETTER. I '
I J JI
Slow Starvation I

Revolutionary Junta Organized at Ma- Had Same Been Received Man Would: i 1

naos with that Object. Not Have Suicided. !

u Is the fate of sufferers from dyspepsia and indigeitlon. New York. Sept l).-Dispatchesfrom New York Sept. 10.-If D. S. Waters I _
food
i your rematns undigested;: It can't build I I
body.. In fact, it does actual damage by decaying up in the Manaos says a revolutionary jun- hems a Chicago physician! had called I L.miU

stomach and poisoning the syitem. the ta has been organized there with the for a letter at a hotel here h'! would t

'r- ; j object: cables the Rio Janeiro; Brazil not have committed suicide, says a

Digests I correspoiitJfEt of The Herald of at. World disptach. from Syracuse, };. Y. : I
KftDOL0
ram tacking the Bolivian troops in the ter- The letter which he failed to receive: ,,

t' What You Eat. ritory of Acre. is said by hg! wife who has arrived for infants and Children. .

&l 'F a Kodol Jg the sensible remedy. Baton dt Rio Branco has acceptedthe here to take charge of his body to _

eat It strengthens the body and at digesting the what yoa I post of minister of foreign af have explained her whereabouts and Castoria i iil a harmless substitute for Cantor Oil, Paregoric

the stomach. This rest soon restores same perfect time health rests I fairs. The new administration will was intended to bring about a recon Drop and Suothiujr S 'rup... It is IMoasant. It
\ \ contains neither Opium 3Iorpliino nor other Narcoticmbtance. '
Cathartics and
; IJUmulants only reach the be inaugurated next November. clliatlon."hen Mrs. Waterhous
symptoms. I arrived It Worms and "' 'H'ri.lmcss.
Kodol cures. It Is Nature's destroys allays (
tonic. I There hag been some comment because to claim the body she found the
eco adlsl'a.-.e the oetol'9uU..d dy.pepsla It cure Diarrhu-a and: \\ l\l Colic. It relieves Teethinjr .
,.&t.'11 years took qu ntltles of pepsin and otber medicines.took such but n'.bln a hold on helped me that I could As I a detachment of American: sailors letter uncalled for. It was postmarked : Troubles and cures Con tiJation. It regulates tho

J: I 'imn grasps: sound at and a straw welL I ?-GwBOi Kudol 8. I felt an improvement once,me.and lot"I I I from the cruiser Iowa have dl;. Aug. 28. On Sept 6 her husband Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural feleen. t t

M uMlei am M.1BBH. A rnty'at-La.. Noconl, Tu. embarked at Friars Island. Units ended his life.Volcanoes. The ChUtlreii's Panacea-Thc 3Iotlier's Friend I I

... bottle contatn.It can't: +f times all help much(&ctual but do you good. ''I States Minister Bryan declares that The Kind You Have Bough. ;
.*11 measurement)asthe trial size which sells for 5011 I the governor of Bahal authorized all Always
1 J'rt'parl-d hy E. C. HeWl1It &Co.. ('htcaro. Sold by all dealers Spouting Smoke. t't'I I i

,-C"I(' : Salve a soothing. heallnl application for plles, sores aae .I American that !vessels to disembark men Seattle Wash., Sept. 10.-Passeo- Bears the Signature of
skIn on island
dlStOluel. Bewarv of counterfeits gees on the last trip of the steamer

John Sheppard,Hargis'I Pharmacy Sidney Kann.I Bertha from Alaska say that the volcanoes I.
Viceroy Forced to Retire. Redoubt and Iliamma In the ii'In 1'1'

Tacoma Wash.. Sept 10.-Tho .
'. want nice present to give Augustine mountlans were In active i
Iteform and Hnmnn eteamer Victoria
\atnrr.Ocoasionally brings that
news Taa
nd. s'o and look through the eruption. Great volume of steam I
of suitable articles t-xcnts crystallize PO :\Iu. the powerful viceroy of Kwan?
Unr! at Issued from all three and Redoubt was: I
,. ,II eus! you surely can find that the reformer can conic into power Tung and Kwang-Si provinces, has throwing clouds of smoke for miles I
J into Use For Over 30 Years.THE
,j tn please: you. If you I through an xtraoidiniry revulsion of been forced to resign and retire to pri. the air .
.
w 'insr in the Diamond line ,, the 1'1'1'1.I a-iinst their ui.istcrs, but rate life by the bitter and determined I Mr rrNnua_ CO..NV n MUP..r sneer Nrx 0" OTV ...,
IIi iI! !It .tITJ. "II 1
The !Sennlthe i Sultan. -i
,' ,11 mi before you buy. this r,'\'tlls'on has to In imxl-.Kfd 1-y attacks made upon him by the eunecbof I
I For several the sultan of Tur
years
events rath'-r than trait+. says thePolito the palace at Pekin whose hatreJ I

r 'al S.-iciK-c .luartotly.. A few he has incurred. key's private theater at Constantinople GARDEN SECTION I

o PARKER'S I IGOLA II men oi tin dominant party sent tojiriMin has given employment to a considerable i
HAIR BALSAM I --- number of actors and
ti Clnriri end bnimfin the ruin Will ilo more to rouse a revulsion o-Ol*-oIFensacola
l'un. !rl a luxuriant ,nuth. nf t fii-lin than all I Tux CENTSILL BUY trial sizes ofEly's It is related that on one: '(' fictrrSSl'S'1
ft Novtr Fails! to Hoatore Gray ;; the arptniiintsor
t ,, ., Hair tj its Youthful Coior.Cun ut.tv.palKr| | I\IH SS ill thevnrM.. Cream Hilm ; enough to convince some Creek performers w're'ill; F1 oricla
r .
d..mI
sl a & her ,
.1:#! ,. mlflniat P Ihir'fTi.UUuig.i TLtreformer may thin ::.t his inninirs you that it i is the :greatest of "Othello the sultan was so much affected I _. I

and if he makes remedies for naal: cat-lrr1! or cold in at the approaching murder ofDcsdcmon.a i -' -
some effort to nudt'rttaLd -
the head. }<'ullIze ix ceuts. All that he raised his hand Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
the
human I
nature that
'- y l''rnlllt.s drugi I t,.. We mail it.KI.Y .
=<: the and forbade) that she should be smoth
i irreaicst( part of the rite ]w>]iuutioii I
I IGr
HKOS. Warren( Street
,
he 1'1'111:11111')1111': than! hricf ered. The following night; the play Beautiful Lots for Sale.
tea
New York.
: and Corn j Meal f GillisIt ; Mii hut the Kids I was again presented, but by the f'
are auninct it for a lij; Second! Street, Albany, X, Y.

Ion:: time still tn tome, for the rcf'.nwr :'IT pr... KLY HKOS.::-I suffered tan's orders the dual act was : 111'1 40x137/.feet at from $75 to $200 each according : J .
C & CO. ,
: GOflZRuEZ Prop s, is a-j vet ruuaiitutiuuallV unal.l.' to follow i greatly: with catarrh and tried different and the tragic incident eliminated. I .

'dannfadter"n ui the detail tlt'el'scary for iM hti ilIMiiuilaiity remedies without effect. After' to location and surroundings. ,
CANCIU critKii: IY r.iooiAll > \1.\1': '
I u-in, onrbottle of your Cream Halm! ---- -
:\oH J'l'Hi'GHOl'Nt and RUI-CCS-S. lie relies
'It \L on
rOl'1i 1-.tE: itlonot on men. lie di.enot rt-alixe i I found relief and I cannot praise I Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,

vludu'ry, for there 1, that the majority of citixt'tis still live too highly such MISS CoK.V remedy\VlLLARD. Skill: anil Ulooil Piijif.Cured.. I High Dry Fertile Lands F

i --'ion!'' in'yyour :Il..a.IIU1'"u In. :l jvrlJ ol ixTMinalitios! not of in'iuC'ijileS. I Sept. 27 It-IH :Mrs.: :M. L. Adam Fre Ionia AI l., .i --- -. -

". tar Home I"nnf"ctnr .. took U tonic J'.lood B-ilin, which effectually
eM-uurmjo bOUle lnou'- The grandest opportunity for investment ever
11 tllU the conimunlij I cured an eating cancer of L i
are I lid 11 ectly benefltert ToM Truth .trlidontelty. the nose and face The -ores healed cifered in Pensacola.
n"<1. Hltie and Ornncf ItaIIdonr..
!home mHnuactorr yoi I A "..1111:: \\oiu.in ill Xeu Y.I iU i vm up perfectly. :Many doctors had -- -
rnu-fQt li l< Yon OT' llnial>olilt! ,
> or. an authority on atinosliheiir -
", .nay la which you live alit had ;always hti'll ustil to) pri\at la"II' !| ;given up her case hopeless, htin- Borne Seekers Should ewe These Lots

.t... to TOUT support iiiicnoincna! never di*>itutc'd. told dre!'st
of a luavy hail.storm wUseh! passed the lut'tnumlK Uitfiftilt! athis operation sores, supperating swellings; etc.1 I

.... o\t-r Tnscsiny on :Mardi 14. ISl.'J. every I have been cared by Blood Balm ALV.C1ubbs
.-.-; .::::;.,... I wn.She! nccntiiplisluil a fiat '
d" Ice ulnliiile of th" entire fall being of I Among others, :01 rs. B. :M. Oueruey I
as f-he supp-.>J, when she! oM.iiiicilone t
PUBLICITY FOR a I lif.intiful orange: t-u'iir.: fire jtassr Warrior Stand Ala. Her no-c and

!- . and found alv that >ln' \it"caretaker" :: from the eating !
THE PEOPLE. iiiuia.; Gui.ia'iy.i:. treated to a fall 'ore'l i
in a wealthy pliysinan'sli'iiisu I Doctors advi"ed cutting; ,
live I II W, K. HYKB. JR., J. KKE8E.President. .
ol fart of lilou.1 red ';snow followed 1".0. BRENT WM. KNOWLKS. H.
in the Fifties. Two weeks failed: Blood Balm healed the
Vice-President. C.fcbler. Sb't Cashier
Costs You Cent Iiv a slight fall nf Line hail and Mrs. i is as I
-. erWord a el.is-ped: ,,!! one occasion! l before s-he sores, Ouerney

II\ ana Ktery Wr rd is Read wliii-h is said to huts given "the whole heard: of h'r clothing and she was unusually well a, tver. Botanic Blood Balm I

fa iv of the ('arth11 exceedingly curious also cures eczema itching humors,
a n x I ms to gather in her belimjrhiKS. -
lit \erbody.
ai-ct." Ked Hailstones fell at scabs and scales, bone pains, ulcers, First National Bank
1
... --v-----_11IhI51 loins; to the house where
t--- offensive pimples, blood poison carbuncles
AinMcrduiu! in 17'Jii; at Loiulun: in ifs*!
this woman wa.etnplnyeii, .he found and I
LINJ scrofula risings bumps
1'U during, tin* time of the ) (
. . great plagul'f.and ) that she could get her wash :owes and on tile skin and all blood troubles. j

ti i 'L :Son( improved real es1 at divers places in Inland and umleri-l'ithes. "IJut where are my Druggit$1; per large bottle i
\ tlor mall amounts low Trance in the early part of the past Or PENSACOLA. rLA.
ration Lf'lle E. liroobs. stocks and ties! and shirt waists? !"bed"ttlau.I..I. Sample of Botanic Blood Balm free I

.tw., .:"i'i.l'all\lox St., Kislier3m century. "Oh" replied the private and prepaid by writing Blood Balm ,! DIR. POT01k1tD. )

im laundress naively 'they haven't sot Co Atlanta: Oa. Describe trouble
Iral'nesrt Cannot; lie t'urctt and 'special medical advice sent in I WM. H. KSOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT .V. K. H YKi.D. n.
) \" -I'ovoa need money? back from the Chinaman's jrt. Now
'I l I sealed letter It i certainly worthwhile G. BliEKT.
arrow any amount you
wanta b 'I"'al I : applications a-i thoy cannot that girl hunts for a "refill ir l.iunilry"uud
,
lowest
and "
t remarkable -
-.r ran investigatin- such a I Irmi
.'" ,ulblt'un mprovfdctty real reaeh.the tlieactl l portion "f the i doesn't lolla"t.I'w York t'rcss.Foley' l. '
Win. r liher, iw;, Mouth 1'ftla- ear. 'Thero I i-i only one \,':1to cure remedy, a- Blood Balm cures' .
1I.J .-a : the most awful, worst and Riot d ti d II L

W\NT TO ISOKKO'A \iu:-' KYinonty Jiafneand ri'mi-dies.that eafnc-.i i is by: is contitntinnal caused- + Honey and Tar i peculiar-- deep.-eated blood diseases.i I' a m 3 bn a ; 3gt I$.

liibure your prapertv.pro. by an iiitl.iined condition of the 1111III. \- ly adapted for chronic throat trouble -I n i o
O.A.I9T O Tai.Bean .
acts of title buy or sell real' f'b' ?; .; lining of the Kn: >tacliian' Tube.When and will positively cure hrnnchit- .
(f any dekcriptlon hors ..: and all bronchial diseae the Its Kind You i Hate Rdals &111 : /
property s, hoar-ene a /1
.. attended to thi- tube iiinllaiiied\ you ha\e i'We draw oar own Bills ol Exchiinjfe:: on Orsat RMtaln. JrAJu4<
tfts "
ct -rt or your
.r a ate and Inauruncf axonts. FensaCharges iiir. and when it entirely clu?.dDeafnesis D Alembprte, I lai I S. Palitox. .
H-wedon, Denmark and ether European countries.e3 : .
iiio-iaii' To everyone way
i tho re-tilt, and nnlithe ? f
a lot troi'i ui w. will! lend mouryh -------
to build 1\ bnu.. d-tJ intl.iiinnation can be taken out CHICHEaTCFTS ENGLISHPEHKYROYAL : !'V .. Ojbur3ed upon the Mo t Fftrcra&Ie TarmR, and tLeii .
-- --- and this tube restored to its normal! CORE YOURSELF ; FILLS
Ob1Igat'.onaTaken! : Payable at Port ot "eskii-atloL Tea or Fift et Ifs- | ,
I 111.111.1..1. H..II-.. condition, hearing; will be destroyedforever CCHE9 I'm Rig IL for an.taraldet'barsratodantm.tin 1 _"*V -4>rliinml mn i .
.
',, ,. f
: eY ,
nine out of t.tI NtI)" .r I.aJle :h.edw
;' M \i! M'nnt moin fimiiMii'il. Mrs.M ; cases are eo.ra.teM irriUUulia ur ulcvratiunicf (LJ.'w n, C.I1I.U..Tt.I:. t-C.I.1.: q --
I l \ HiiU\\ilti .11 :Ninth linrrrlonii caused: by catarrh, which i is nothinghut aol$0I ul.a, mucous ineiuiiraDr). 4 KH at 1..1,1 I n.,.*,!- l".i.. W eef' it7SfA9 Deposit Boxes for Heat in Oonuectivn i
..>.! "in Illtnur, } :>--Iw 'iiill.uiieil cuiiditiou of theurllcousurfaces rrcnau l'ents ioo. FaiDle, and nut tulria* w, Lute nu nth.. Ier.41II. ... J
an ; gent or p NYtwINYIiOd
!HEEVAiSCdWCUCU, s* *)7-r ii lniit- with which we have a Prim ADartnient for tk.sUan
.
'or HclH. 3oid by Inragglsta.Q I / / tI.N. a." f Ju* Ureelnt PI'Ol *.. >r I
\v*' will give One Hundred Dollar. CINCIANATIC,a,a, or Bent in plain wrapper! \ V C ;f ;".:":/r:" !'hrtii'Hlttra.N1ntlipanUU.:., :udir.N4u.r A.e! of R8nt 1"II. I
'. I I \ r. orale for $:'.""'-a ten-room 4. t>y ipr fn. prvranl. lot ""' L' ... \I.Ii. 1.'. ",nPnmo.l' "" J
r
for l'aof leafii'--s catised
.-' .'nell'r'hlbl' ami l'e\'illiers, any ( by ,i. II.ixi. ur 3 iHitil.'ii. 4.,5 -. r. .N> I A.,":- C hl.hr.bra ,' ri1.1
., ..- 'iti.iolifl; bnu

1.dlM.a \I.r6 I'lllH frl J

.' -- .r(ftlrot.tbyMtertde.'p. allttI ApM.tlnnir. Hall's;Catarrh free. Cure. Send for cireul.ir.s -. -- --. -- WE WILL'FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE!


F. J. CH ESEVII.: ., Toledo O. .
1':1 > ..tl.. .. ..... .. THE NEW GROCERY STORE.WILL wnlpln.ayrr, .mrhem. .
Diu
---" Sold by ;g-itil. lac.I'renkv Tjy. pal i. "ftl,1 .1. '1" HL',A 1111 I r tR.q: .1
I li-l>nrk meant colored Jerseyi r aml wt sta' h"nLr :t. I" ,', .
I nou end
\0, ,. ... > : .
i I. It hum tip sn\\'ed "" Had cotton o .=_- -_ = =: ==_ 'I Ollr 01111111'"" "'of w "" .'I"I.,.r..: .I. I, ',...r". .. ,0'.,..: ,f ,OD._
..
J, "li': :iil KI wand far return to I:. J. nf LanQCll.e. ftun ,..., ,,' I" .'1' \0". .''. 1 .
.U r'"V' "
1,1- \\ i-sl dardell. v.I'OU .. .\ p'Ttiliar kind of Munderin; knownas l i 'l t tJr 1.,111.' ,,' 1'rrtuo ale r
,
MOYER + rhnn "I. ".e f t' 'IIUII
rU.l:. "Pohl!, t'tlwolnC'; i Is re>pou>il)>le forborne 6 of pnunal ?, u.wtb'nrt' ,'t. Lu' ," I. .. e 001..

-- of the 'illeerest freaks of 1:llirnase. I :Ir'r; 'r;;' ','I'I; ; ::, : ;: ;: 'U!. '... .e

ml home on RntnIlentr"et; will make Keeps a Complete First-Class Up-to-Date stock tie./ u 'n'.1.. / ,.u'\CfIMJ. "of >...,'
\ ".1 '(ul interior: dfluhtfullyniu- { An e.iexample .. f n uU l'Irn U4err MIt I f
"" .... ., ,, ... .,.. ,
.1 I.altnfo; I
I -urnninded with numerousnwiurs 1'\:1'. )!:1aill"-. toy a 1. Mh.1
are Roing to leave this -ajs Ilarji'-r's of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries. It, sl.it.r.1.fu d' n .l'rl/nal. !. I-,.. I,.. ;("
will.ell] at a liaraaiu: live niiniii Our! .\IIIt'r o.t1l word "'al'r'all" for a l.m .rt'mu I ...... .;'RRhT"1. 'T. >1'1 Mr I, .t. I'ifea..t'. .'1r, olr I .l...:,. I:1., ,I.'. .,W... I''I 4 I 1wil.
k InI' ].Ill.roI i-entre |iy far; enquire kind of vehicle i is not a c'IIIIIIIIII.1 of No 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block. ."t ,.o'b' ,. ... ... I Is'y'nIU. 5.t'n.",.. ',.." hre, "is ,..,.. '1',1I. i
\! .-t<' IIOIIM'. ""tlW \ 11'1 HI U% ,"rte. 'ivn ,r.it" wn." 1iin, .. '
"carr.and "1111." but slight di-hn. ,, NIn..tllrtne, ..iY to II
--- 1'.11"1''
TKM-IPHONK; 327. ... I-I.. .". .. .. I., ., .....
"m'.l
tine r.o>od.tf'.i. t.oa, \i Hry ,1. a I
M LE:,, cent 1..10"1, a )
I' |per lion of the Trench carriole. a i.iiiiinntni .. W '.. \\ :. .-' '. .:, .. I. '
I matting: just from the factory: .rt.: pea ,1 I Yr 'L"' ,6t'H .. 'f ..", N ."... t., ,I I" r"." "I', .. C r i }> '
met n et 1\11 :r. I I. ;
maile r. >ml" .
The '11:11I"I moUilieme I
and .
.
far. ,
d Inriiltiire organde.k in.lrndaI tam.. suit: ;, yura.d'Y I t .10. "r f I :.'''1) II 'if' 'II'
: .
l p.'r rent below co-l.ht Fisher's. to the uni\orsiil tendeney tot The Star mandultn _, 111" A"t.- WIlHl"r.J re pn 'y sta. I'un'c tSALVONA rial.
:!+lnri', ii'JarrHRouaM. If Laundry
:. _. Imilate tlie unknown to the 1.11\\\11. C.or & Pins
.t ... -- .- SOAP S'2t '' S.T. LOUIS, MO.r
i i I. i I 1. Tlie moat desirable lot to I.. m.ike 1 v.-firtl.sTnrTn"Ciineilnii!: l t.>. niKi.iim .:. .,.... ., C.O 1..2..th. s._. .i
't on i ,n ey terms by the Kiiher .. ; ._ ,: .:: .: : : ,,_.. _. : ._, .'; : :. ;.:! I 0''
.. : I them wilh others which tinyreMmMf _
: Agency, I'oi'i tsoutb) i'alatoi I Busiest Best !1i t 1OTICF
iAalmL in .nnd.. Often there U noetxniolomeal Biggest, ,
? :. CHOICEST
relation betwtvn the I t
.d I N-li. \\\111..1. -----
word* .1"ociatrd. as when sparrow T I have been surl.riz'ii| f., !:ik.Jubcriptionr -.IF I

, \t I M,,il I glen ttmninv.to iHnrii. tree barber"ok.'XIJI trnidu -. gra..:,. i.> mat: out of asparagus Tlii-! ; : All Even ins; Call on forVul. J. :mir<-

. '. .jlu,: week ijuirHil.. xs r I.artkulm''UI'I ion was once III sm ligoinl Brya'-> paper: "Tiit" ('''itiiii''iu'r.
\ i ..1"IDr tin-! Your Swell Friendsyou
t'itlYllk'r.:
:Mii-i'inl! inJiieMiii'iits to itp- i-oiloiitii.il i-e r:11 '.i ;' 'v" 1. The price i- aI.1+u p"'r. r..Ir in ' iii ili-tanof. rite today. 10.\\0011:1'\ ::ph'r. \vi..tt'. "Sparrow:.ra-s I ISo is tCN' N.(0r., l.> : J.-\ :.. Thoe denim tie ,
vunce.
.11"1".w: Orleans 1.1\ \ -\r will find will be i! rJp"r ,
?
i 'eneral that :t'l'araus has an ar: ,J .' t warmly received -
abtf .
} sin h'1vpit..rnttntl rm by PI rung
1 of s'.iffn--s a.1: p. d..inn.: : "w ) ': l- if you are well and neatly M.UUto the undersigned.I : C. A )

: "'autt..l.I d'' I I H. M. ROCHE. I
-, : tt ., dressed and your linen is irreproachable.
l(1k ;
( )1(1S. .
I inecrnui HiiiuiPr $ .
i 't\ Military! \:..1D1111.90" War- .. os' ,' '";'l' f'lj' i CarDaily: Newh 14 E POSTLE'S'I'f

; i :>,ilihefid1itionnl 1 Honi.'- I Don't let i cold run at thi- ,"a-"". I ;, j.1t ;. S;: A woman of refinement

r \ I U. I k Kelley.UHiHl_iulldint 1",1 lin :. I ;:um utercnklarethe !hardest kin 1 II y 1 r Q 1 ;) 1r.orl'r; 'w' always gauges\ a man's well; bred in- F'iTinrl/ ( :

cure and if neglected: may Ii""r }r.f i a> 1 j tmcts+ by the condition of his linen : Every Woman : ,
I
,
t eeirt Y"1n 0
v.i fcli.d O' empty > aK>tuf. rin"tUhA 1 long; '.e like H .al1 f PIt .i; ;ph'It ?I.U
? A.FallrnvA'. novstf ,.,! :.si I. '\ and he goes into her presence ar- tantrrtMl. :96'10! s'"r to, *:i.I ixiitr I dozm
thi* will pull t1"Wtl th4''tr.u.PSt (' .111.titulitlll. *: tN' ; : ".. al. .t t..,' .. .' rfu .
h Cui- ii' moat with beauty;: when his shirt. t
Minute C'-ut
I ,j Ne-It.frnII'tlulte.tt One ; i \l \I1RItlhirliny Spray -

EII.I'n, will! break up the attack at once. ",'1; i*' %-V II 1 collar' and cuff* ,have been done UfUMi 5k tc... ii r-w'.rr.l., .' .r,, '. r IrJflif! f h
I. I. : 1 I. .1
1 I Stfe.ure, act at mice, ("ure- -W* iiti"V at the Star Laundrv. P'I '1 ., ,
\1 tlrrrlttaadG. J. Kuthll .. ** ...-.. < I ...... '.1
!'?. Nell and pump fixers.I I cou.'hcolJ*. croup, br<>nehiti-, all .v Jfe II. "Olltj .' ;k..

I Not on the MMallmt'Dt thro'U and lung trouble I lie children ,. ..r 4..1111>.h. 9 retmy'ap.eiiresupertorr! t
,
I. .. 10... but stru-tlyfiiot : John ; N,' to Bdols:4tn i ir 'It 'p.ih". J

.. '.1 1"HIII.III1ll":'MIlmI'tt' rhr like;pird.it. Sidney Jar IMurtnicy.Iahit.Re1'riaeratorsWelcare: ALL WORK c. o. D. G cds Called[ for ad livered Free Mli-r.:MSliltl.urptm'lit-,. :d OI.ml'.r'r n. ... *., w.J Ll.. .". )-..... )I.,... .

1..1 ,.,,&_.IM II it.PIIUl f I1..LI. I I
114. 27 GARDEN ST. i'ttrf1 iiiar HnM! I lat., in In- I I "f '111"1D48; 'Ijr+1,1"

.:.! I'HL TELEPHONE 0&:010.4.1",1., M'R\."('0.. y r- ., -....... T II.. ::1 lIvpu.lit i

"\IH BROWS LEtiHOKNy: ; a Room S2C Times Bldj.. New i ork. \u' n'(. u. qlfllGr.lsn
.. ? t Mock and. 1'ggs fur sale. few left which we will sell WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager. : ,
it Willis If.. ,11.IIrt!\'o'e. Il"Otf I

,' a'\ .. .. :-0..1..1. I at cost. MarstonDR. J' OUillfl ,
.. ; ESTABLISHEDMcKENZIE 1863 LODG) DIKECTUUl LaurelsAqain r
b-r;
\i; i i I. Hi Il.i+i\: win n-apen -- ----
i -,' niiii 1 at No Wesl ..laok'onleaobini KINC'S !
.. 1(1 1Io.- l.i. .1.! 4 I .
t ,. per tibia or <->.i''i lor OERTING & CO.. KNIGHTS OF YTHlAfc 'n.
v hIm \ DISCOVERY t PaN Eepo.iHeed
r TRY NEW made tne Gold ..
II .V 111 tiOODH. J -DIALERS lit- 0 I' Penll&'ola Ix dR*. NoR of F I Medal Award to


\h 1 \ H BKIKJ.K:Manulactnrsraii I FOR THAT COLD. and General Hardware ,I meets tag at every....0 at Monday Cattle un Hal

F + .In Kair Goods, Hats.Tollel I TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Ship Gbaodlery : J in tnt Biocnt. W tio. .' I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY
.etc..8't) W. Government
I'I. > building, third floor
Cures ConsumptionCoughs, 80S AND BOS S. PALAKOX STREET.w VlitttnR breiaren corfli !l' ,
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\\ I r. 1.01' I.'unt'rah.. j Colds IJronchiti0, Asthma, -- '..A.GEN'CYRJo I I welcomed 11. A. !l.t.E Wil15KEY I'

F. .' .: r"U Kl'XKKALS furulsiiedMor ; PneumoniaIIayFeverrieu- VERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN ROEBLINQ'3 SONS CO.'J I 'co'H.. HOR KR.LF.&A H. l

a I :, bouquets or"cl,1, dt'illr.1; GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE. A. RUt ,EL A BON'S PCMPH.CIITII II>dall.-eN .
:r DO, Si's West Gregory risy LaGrippe Hoarseness, O.Ioad
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A'dlo- Sore, Throat, Croup and Ciritii ?II1s! tII:, lutl1 Ustrfisejts! Skirts lull's faIn Seasonable household et-g1AI:=lii e'W

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I i\Vhoopi: Cough. COMPASSES LOGS ETUI I and kitchen utensils at the ,
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4. .'Moreno> ordered, KS West for cnstomre Gregory I NO CURE. HO PAY. I, elation.C. McKenzIe Oertin Ccllectin Agent for Bar Pilots' Baneyo'ent Aso Willis Hardware Co.'s. i Sold by Danh} luhSY:1 l tires.THE .

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t THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1902

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i ONE FLOAT An Abundance of Blood Iv SOCIETY[ EVENTS REGAIN HEALTH. FEET...... FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY.-


During the past fifty years
COMPLETED I dreds of sickly people have been re::1: KLMOST .!.
i 1 stored to health bv the ue of Ho'j

c I PAINE'SCelery nAND PERSONALS I I tetter's Stomach Bitters, and it will:I

--- i i do the same for you to-day. Titv ABOTTLE. : 4. DEPLETED

t. i It will be enough to con
; i AND ANOTHER TOJBE FINISHED ,, a rS S ni S? el 'viuce you of its wonderful value as a l
( IS OrR STOCK OF SUMMER; FOOTWEAR
i Compound cure for DIZZINESS, INDIGESTION, hi: i
{ I ; E. C. Maxwell
Judge supreme
ANII"
r SATURDAY EVENING. i I DYSPEPSIA:: CONSTIPATION:
court commissioner, has returnedto GENERAL WEAKNESS The genuine

---- 'CleanSES the Vital Fluid, Increases duty at Tallahassee. I' has our Private Stamp on the neck: Odd and End
of the bottle.HOSTETTER'S. Sale
One beautiful rbatf,>r the coming I Its Supply, Banishes the Slobs I Mrs. J. E. D'Alerabertn has as her I

;, carnival celebration now stands I I guests her mother and sister, Mrs. SAYS WHAT'S LEFT MUST GO !

i I of localiz-4: Disease? and Johnson and Mrs Ruby Morris of ,
completed ia the shed* of the association ,
1 Little Rock, Ark. I -
I on West Gardeu street. Ncnrislies [very I Important STOMACH BITTERS. I LADIES'
t ? Rev. Linn R. Walker, pastor of the
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Like all the others turned out by the $3.00
First Presbyterian church, expectsto I I-- -
t! a-isociatiou from year to year, it i is Organ, I- : Oxfords, Pat Leather,
arrive here Saturday, coming by Dinner Above the Cloud

1.. t : said to be one of the most beautiful The use of Paine's Celery Compound way of Selma. He will fill his pulpit As we could no longer see the earth,..1! $2.11. -oI. "

i conceivable and will surely make a means an abundance of pure, here next Sunday. I all sensation of movement ceased. We! i
vitalizing blood, a perfect regulating I might be going at storm speed and not LADIES'
sx r, favorable hit. of circulation, and the banishmentof Mrs. Geo. S. Hallmark and daughter I know it. We could not even discovethe $2.50

r,. A second tljat is to ba finished by localized diseases such as insomnia Miss Daisy, have gone to Jacksonville i dif't'Uonw were taking save by I 8andal:5,2-Button: ,
neuralgia, rheumatism, eczema,
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tl Saturday evening, and< work has salt rheum, blood diseases, running to reside, Judge Hallmark !I descending below the clouds to take I 189.

sores, and eruption. I being in charge of the bureau of our bearings.A .
been progressing so rapidly there i is
f tj I If your sleep is not restful and re- vital statistics of the state board of joyous teal of bells mounted up to I MEN'S

tw 'j i iat no doubt but that it will be completed j il freshing, if your spirit are low, if I! health there. us. It was the n Oldnyngdus ringing

s( i on time. { you are morose, melancholic and i from a J belfry below. I had placedunion i l 3.00
i i; o ppressed with morbid feeling*, be i! Born at Port Washington, Mary- ;? our stores a tubstautlal: lunch i Southern Ties and Congre
From now OIl, one iliat; will have ': assured blood demands instant'
i your i lltnd, this morning, to Capt. and of hard boiled eggs, roam beef, chicken $2 47.
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:l :j to be completed every two weeks in 1 attention Paine's Celery Compound i* the I Mrs. Geo. H. McMauus, a fine son. chei-se, ice cream, fruits and {rakes

st11 > t order that they will be ready in tilUefor one treat and never failing agent for I I The proud grandparent Col. and champagne coffee and delicious chartreuse. than ': r -
could lieUurl'
Nothing
} ili the 1903! celebration. The work I i making pure fresh blood, for ague i Mrs. '1'. V. Kessler, of this city, are j
1 l lunching like this above the clouds
4 I 1 i hiug the dominant organs of the
> the of texti 1 II I-
a t t. is well in hand and unless something 1 body for recruiting the strength of receiving congratulations I No dining room is so marvelous in Its : I

a 3 out of the ordinary occurs there will : young and old. Often, very often, a their frieLds today. I decorations. The sun sets the cloudsin I $1:34:

l delay of one day proves fatal. Foul Mr.V.. M. Holland from McDavid ebullition, and they J-t-nd up rainbow -----
; > be: no delay at all.Vesterday i and poisoned blood carries death at. colored jets. of cold vapor like
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l ; 1,5, the asoeiationreceive d every beat of the heart. Mrs. C. K. came into the city this morning to J'rl'athean's of fireworks nil around
..te > Root' Maufield, Pa., says:- I transact business, among which was ofice MEYER SHOE CO.
l the tal>throwing out spangles; : .
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; the designs for four new 11t4then;e "When I began taking Paine's
T : ,, the renewal of his subscription to while ll.ikes, forming moment by i

I 4 : having been drawn by Designer after Celery a Compound severe attack'of I was all the rundown grippe this paper for one year. Mr. Holland moment under our eyes, fall)) In our Fed Furnishers for Ca..li Uul)'.

t ,,' Wreximn: of New OrleiiH. Theseare I;,, aud was almost tired of life. I had i? one of the successful farmers drinking glasses. Santos-Dumoiit in

P and their I alt rheum very badly in my hands of Escambia county, but says that I McClure's. 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
pretty com (
very upon 1, 1
and the doctors told me there was no j nearly all the crops this year were -- 1I I _
mit t ; pletion will add greatly to the cart "permanent cure for it when it had 1. A l'a't-un'lt Noble Act.
badly injured by the unprecedented I
; i 't i ;: nival. j I got into a person's blood so badly, i. "I all the world to know "
want ,
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; but heated weather.Col. .
I am happy to tell you that Ii
} ) The association will be incorporated I'allle'sCelery Compound cured me i Ii i W. A. Thomas of writes Rev. C. J. Budlong, of Ash i ARE WE FIXING UP ?

it' if i i of salt rheum, kidney trouble aud Wetumpka, I away, It. I., "what a thoroughly
ed next month and will theu =
pur ue Ala. the who
,, other ailments. It is always my biggest man ever good and reliable medicine I found I
the big work that has been set afoot doctor. came to Pensacola unattached to a t.i> WELL, I SHOULD REMARK !N ;:
I!I in Electric Kilters. They cured me ,
I .ate P d for the benefit of 1'ensacola\: and vi- show, has taken up his residence of jaundice and liver troubles thatcaued AXI ONLY A rlwYS
here and will act as of the I'
manager
cinity. Articles of incorporation me great suffering for many TO FINISH."TIME .
SIDEWALK billiard parlors on South Palafox years.: For a genuine, all-round cure I II
:- E// ; 'rl have been made ready, and a member I
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street. Col. Thomas weighs 325 they excel anything I ever saw. ? Not a bit of it. The big man is in Sew York buying :. j
y tl+ 'j stated this morning that the association i! pounds and is a genial gentleman, Electric litters are the surprise of judging from the size of the bills coming in he must expo : I

x I all for their wonderful work in Liver, factories to close down shortly, and we have to make .
would be an incorporated with a heart in proportion to his big preparati>
t II ULTIMATUMS Kidney and Stomach troubles. reception Our fixings will be finished this 29th day of Augu-; '. ,_
body before half of the mouth of October ,I body. He is one of the best informed 1 Don't fall to try them. Only 50cts.i ', begin selling out the stock on hand at prices that would sturtl>.

had: elapsed.: I men on Alabama politics that i) Satisfaction is guaranteed bv W. A. were to mention them.
: state ever produced. T. L. Austin j I D'Aleuiberte, 121 South Palafox. '
The "subject" for the next cele- OVER ONE HUNDRED HAVE BEEN ----
r accompanied Col. Thomas and will ': CLOTHING SHOES HATS UNDERWEAR
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t f ? brutiou is a pleading one and one I nlohc.ltehere. I If f You \\'lapt t Furniture, go

i r Ito that may be readily understood by I SERVED ON DELINQUENTS. I to PRYOI In fact, everything pertaining to Men's Wear and all thbet i I It i
I ufactured. You all know Joe Coleman handles the be-t III <
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i i rt, t 1 the most ignorant. While it will -- THE COUNTY i don't you? All you with to do is. stop in and we will tell von .
Garden hose
the Willis
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? ''ti ;:f not bt- given to the public jot yet, it J Sidewalk ultimatums are being ) I

I t ; : was promised that it w.}uld be given i issued by scores from the olJlce of ,I JAIL CELL Hardware. -Co's.The -- --- I <* JOE COLEMAN'S.

yi I I' out -0011 and a pleaJugurprise will Marshal: Credille, and the number : finest line of umbrellas in the '
( 212 SOUTH PALAFOX' .til I
city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go lookat
i.i IlL 00ll-HUf liftTflllt. erred up to noon today: was;; nearly : I them. ;
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1 one hundred. Others are in the i The extra cell from the county the dust.
I. Lay Youcanluy

r V REPORT WAS i hands of police officers and are to be |! j jail, recently taken from that place garden hose at the l Willis R. POU .e

served upon certain property owners j 1 by permission of the county commissioners Hardware Co. I\ ,

t A STARTLING ONE who are vastly conspicuous by their for transportation, to V .

aL-ence. ; Cottage Hill, has been put together \VANTEL). : : : : FEED, LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.
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*\ A number of these property owners and placed on a Hat car ready to be \\iTANTKI-M{ to learn harbor trad. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. 13 "'cOt! inltiMlon.i.i,1: ,( I
I A b-\v ran into the police station at 11 fteady practice free ,,work expert
are in various. parts of the country 1 hauled to its new home. instructions demonstrations lectures and
h:4"; o'clock): this and iu- I >iletidicl opportunities for graduate
t. morning
i 1 Ig enjoying life at various summer I The cell, as it rests on the car, resembles I Tools presentedages Maiurditjs, hOltI'dIllIctud..d. POU & Q1NQLES( Managers.,
firmed! ousters that "the whole of ; Catalogue and particulars mailed ,
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g : resort They have left no agents. a large cage used by circuses tree Moler Barber College, New" Orleans

b I: Kiylen street wa going to Ji;ht in a i The good effect of the new rules I to display savage animal La -_ .-.- -- -- Mltr-- I, !jf!\ A A.\p.

# 1, ., few minutes l." atd about the tine L() '.
,1 I II adopted by the board of public
_ : tht- boy had delivered himself of the I O-IT-Huncb of keys with the name Mcj -
I I: works can be teen )in all parts of the ] SAILING j LIST OF I Adams, Cla.tonon1llom..r: ,. Ala ; R. POUt 44

j- ; j i-i: "saage; a police whistle I was: I heard i city, and before cold weather sets in. Under will return toXEWbofllce. llslt R

: r j Ally summoning i.ilieers to the L\U:31E: 1':
,;'1 ; :' it is probable that the entire city GULF TRANSIT CO I -- I II I i .< .< FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER, I

K -o.-ue. I will have moresub-tantial sidewalks Made under -tctlon So, < bapter III.'. Law
'j j'%. 1 : of Honda. showing the amount "117 Vest Intendinda Street. Office Phoue. 31. Ile-iJence 1"pPERAHOUSB !
( i ', Officers! left the court in a hurry than at any time in its history.; j I taxes charged to the tax collector K:..
cambia count\. Florida to be collected for --
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I : and located the trouble i iu a place Many of the property holders who The new sailing list for the Gulf the tax year ice.!; and the apportionment of
i t I Mime to the several funds fur which such I The man who ownIn- .,v,
.. : a''& conducted 1 i>y Carrie 1k Kennedy, at the :, have been served with the processes i I: Transit Co. was issued; today. It taxes have been levied, includiug poll tax inure himself ug.ni.-

FIl ; 't I ,1 coiner of Main and Itiylen streeti. shows the charter of fourteen steam ] Total with cuunty amount school charged tax. to trouble and worry. N..?,',

tb I "! : .I'I ; compelling repairs; have ripped up ] taxes .. .. >-ilii.Vi A', raise his rent, and tlic r. .. '
Carrie Kennedy anJ an occupant : the wooden walks and I'! ships one of which is the Pensacola Amount collected to Aug. ONE NIGHT ONLY no terrors for him. It-i l
:: are laying a.I\.' .. ..... .. -.ViT, .CI'.tilauce "i
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t mauled Eva: Smith for Galveston a home now-a-days. ThO1-. C.
were tangled up, materiil : another the Kvelyn .
11 q, of a more ub'tmtial i I I ..... ....... I..YI! > FRIDAY SEPT. 12. Watson & Co. r.tIJ :. II
f and they were both arrested. Later !I I for New York. --- ,
1 nature. They this is rather easy it H. Call ana e1 t
say expensive l
; I Ii County tax proper .. .... .,;*. J1
.' a tifgro named Si i Jenkins; who was i j Tho steamship Firth of Forth, Amuulltcull\'ctO'dIOAul. i I
i { ju-t at (present, but cheaper ] Ml. 1 fees! .. .... ,565 4317'< sT THE DOCTOR A YH ; l' ,
re'l'oll ble> for the trouble, was : i iu noted herein yesterday as'! having .. .. .. .. TynpRalaamStoprth.7adotut.urtu4r
the end.
This is just;; now poetic '( I County school tax 2<,*)$ 21 Pure Food and Pure Fun are healthy .IIft"nun..1 u. L*< .

\ ; ciugi.t and locked u;>. ularly noticeable, about the Apostle, I: sailed from Antwerp for l'ell5acoa'l: Amu'int 31, 11" .collected....... .toAug....... .. ... t'I.Gll 011- .-,illl .f>

; t. Tne rep.irt. at the -t tti-i'i f.l!1 ",'pJ 1 is duo on fifpt. 23.: :She has a !1 County road and bridge ,
:il I Dabuis-on and Cunningham property j' cargo tax ... ... ... ..... 1J.17J 12 TIII I : \ IW
't. : ;; ".i -null bv tho! whittle c.iiis.-d< of rails for the L & X. Amount collected to Aug.
? : IIi a I ou It jinauu street, where stone Jl.lWtt .. ... .. .. 11,10 \(.- '.'1. 17 Wcu1rte
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rl ., JTt at I"t' 'nlll1lltio'li. County tine and forfeituretax McFadden'sRow
-- -- I aud brick walks are being put down. I Ji|.!tnN' DeiMorriillc Kmprror, ..... .. .... 7.li1t: i;

,' l i Marshal Credille has quite a batch Tiii-iv I is no liiirluiric splendor l alK,ut Amount a, IWtt ..collected. .. ..to. Aug.. .... 7,13787117: M I (1I1'l A
DR. SAM l. KocH the court of J.iMn, nor J.,('s tLton E
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HTor insist
'i [ on fulhlstie form (.f hour .% collected to AUK.
says he will not only serve them but u;':e. Jl If i is just a plain Indiiidual. Ills I SI, 1'V.! ...... . ... .l'\\ 7:1-: SO'isti; ; :i Ii hR .

I II I IN MOBILE TODAY'Lr. since Le has been backed up by the I ILarJ /:u.'...t.i lie n-ivi\ 'standing, and ln vUTS \\. Total balance ... .. ..... tl.u1&: ; '!I' TIM: LATTIU. UUUVRE&VNT d

tau r I Iy frct-l.v into t-oii\iTf.ition with all. A. )1. MCMILLAN. .
I r. in *.t -- he will see to the enforcementof I' There I iFwintly! a subjet that do"-snot [I' EAL.) Clerk Circuit Court. I I .
4' : By h. H. Ki'KTON. \>. C. I
t !' vlkM Samuel Koc'.i! whlias been same. lie is determined that all nut intcTej-t neil iiifunin-tl.him or one on which! lie is ** i Best of All Spsslacalar Farces.s ?& [
delightful
bust,
hall be made to receive the | STATEMF.NrMade
t i E'1..Chd tll (ttt-r to the "I'iritlllllwaut : same
it is his cu:tuui to surround himselfv.'ilb HAS NO RIVALS. :

I of the (,'lIlgrl'f.\.ltl.'u\ of Temple :> 'tl'eltmelit. ilc\T men menlio are the! under 'l'etioD s.\Chapter; HI:., Lawi '
-- of POLISHIM UI''I'O N\V.
-- Florida, showing the amount of' :
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r I j i }teth! la in 1'tiisacoli t Lining lights; of their iTofossioiis. Knpiuecrs -
; } is in Mobile[ taxes charged to the tax collector of t:.- ,
t" M 1 AN IMPUDENT artists, inu ici.ins, writers, camoia county. Florida to be collected for SHINES ABOVE ALL 0TH EItS.I : .
today tnroute to Pensacola! I soldi.-rs, 'nti"ts-I'H'ry class of >t.'r. the tax year li 'l. and tbe apportionment of' ::
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saint to the several funds for \ibtcb such I! DAILY MENUS
a i He sent word today that: he w,.nlJ i' son oho luis \\oii di:;:tinctioa! is wel-) taxes have been levied, including. poll tax
W NEGRO GAUGHT cum at the royal table for it is "lib county school tax MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. a.
'w ,tsI t arrive here either toui,.:ht or tomor : one Total amount charged to Comprise all ti! r
i of .
I iliarattt'riatks of his majesty I taxes ..... .. .
Sa row. HISi' 17.i ',
j I that in the distributions of his favors Amount collected to An?. Date Di'shekets V' ; A
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f 1 f t' a4 Citizens of his following are pre- !j he k thoroughly iml'urtIal.-Indlantt-- al. H'IJ .. .... .. ... c yiwm; MISSGowie of the \V, r j I RAlford. -

: panuir a grand welcome to him, but Deputy Sheriff Brewton arrived I oils .Nous. Balance t <.74)) 17 II(

} the installation will !). t be made for lat night with a black man -_
:giving ;i County tax proper.. .......f 11T! >j H I I
:- atiiuit ten days: his name Will Ur) drn'. >:: err (looses Amount collected to Aug. -
P __ n__ __ as Tennessee: He : The house of John brjdeu in Gerardstrwt. :1I.I!
a AN TAP.\NM\K" GlHI. was arrested at McDavid yesterdayand I London, has been recently de- County school tax .... ... ?.il, -"iK *i i Ii Ladies Private .
Amount collected to AU .
-: was caught with a pistol in his inoU-slie-J.! A "Jerry built monstrosity" 8l. lfli ... .... ..no... .?.. WiM5 7>t i ;i.lJ M i

jl, Not A little Nte'tarily Kansas an girl tlI1elhe: is called: One.an I pocket. He is charged with carry I'' Las memorial been erected tablet with In its the place Inscription, and the, County Amount:tat Hoad collected..and. Bridge to....Aug......11iat; 3 J I Dixie Whistler, Dining Parlor.k*

) "expinsiiiui.-t": because her clothes I ing concealed weapons. "John Dryden poet, lived here; IS.Id. at,ilr: ....... .... ._........... iso 1 :U-I l,5\i1llit\ ASSISTED In .-
1j : require "letting out" 11.. oftEn. She I The arresting officer thinks that :;; D. 17uO." is County Fine and Forfeiture I
now attached
r lives: mostly ou Grape-Nuts :since recovering Tennessee is to the Tax .. ....III.'iI 07 I Mrs. Emma Gertrude Pollard Soprano
for
a man whom there
new gtructure. This Is not the only Amount collected: to Aug. !: Regular Dinner Daily
from a sick j
too much fond.spell caused by exists: a reward. The negro/: is very instance of a house bearing a tablet si.IWi: . .. ._ _. ..... S.951\ ls3rt7 w I
greasy I stating that a certain County Bond Tat .4 3,417. ly Hiss Kale Bouse Accompanist;
Almost all ailments of children impudent today, positively refusing great man "lived! Amount collected to fug ,

(and grown folks a* well) are traceFr replies to questions fired at him. here"* when he never did live there, as 3.1 '.r! ..... .. .. .. ... 'n. tstl: : :'>;-1 :r.1 31\ ALSO Short 'Order I'rompf

able to the wrong kind of food, and the fraudulent tablets to Hogarth In Balance ..... ..... ... .. -I Filled. Night or Day
-i 15,761 t;
the surest cure is to quit the old sort, "bite 'nlmala'mODI." he .rapaDr.r.1 Leicester square to Turner in Queen j j jCflnetSolDliyProf.EJ'LCliafers'

f I' the greasy, pasty, undercooked or A white fox is often : Anne street, Marrlebonc. aid to Byron ISEAL.I Clerk A. M.circuit MCMILLAN.Court ,' ,

a :< overdone things, that ruin the stomach Japanese fables, and a white serpent In Holies street testify. By l;. H. Burton LJ. C.CltEW : r
f and bowels. I Violin Solo Jy Miss Lillian Jacoby. If Something Good :
I appears' in their pictures of Beaten, the you 1I'1,1I.10U'1I end : "
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Pat the children and adults on the --
6 perfectly COOkEd food Grape-Nuts. I goddess of fortune. Among! the Japanese Trythe: 1Yant Column.Mllm .. NOTICE- i i:
It is digested by the weakest stom as among the ancient Greeks and t tbe Seats on Sale at Goes.The Nick Apostle'sPopular

a ach. Has tbe delicate sweet flavor SejtLians, white horses were dedicatedto l fl nl For the next aSEITHER captain of tbe owner Kpaa- I __ __ H' _ _
4 I cf the Grape Sugar and sorely and the gods and are still attached to [ flUM\ 60 days-far- Ida will be respopiible Restaurant.
rebuilds the body, brain atd the larger tomples of the The / \ I for debts contract. best for the
quickly country. niture at O. ed by tbe crew of said vessel.GQltTraniltaCo. .
1. !1 nerves: milk and butter of white rows were M. Pryor's to make room for new .. V.ARANO 6 I a tt I I1PSSes O.price M.ever sold here.Furniture l\\
Pryor's -
There's a reason.: formerly prized Captain wmt
stock.
?"' as a medicine., Consignee: sill Store. \



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