The daily news
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 Material Information
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 12, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002076174
oclc - 33669261
notis - AKR4558
lccn - sn 96027213
System ID: UF00075893:00937
 Related Items
Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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-\11 i kt.Jng n .'i IS PLANET MARS !* i\ii r. t1, !u., M 1'Jlt I li.--Th'pnii' I' i \Vashir.tun; Sept 11.-S t'n tar> I MRS. DAUPHIN
I San Fraiicivo Sept. ll.-The
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!pal ,in.-ue in the IIUlTnlcle..tions inC'ado Moody today U-k-rira.lud to torn
01 ut says that the target and most far-
0ten.: ; : !is the ECnatorship! and it I N I manderb of the LuitU s.up; Wibcon.uLOW INDICTED
... the trail ..; INHABITED reaching union in the !history of ra.l-
alnadj! apparent that tilt' c-cntest i.iditinrtly at Duiutrtau. and the cruiser
the Fed,.. ways has been meutly formed
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I : between Henry M Teller: Cincinnati at Cape h.4n. directiiithem ,:
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''n: The Obac1- railway conductors and brakemen \ I
I and Kdwanl O Wolcott.The .
..I' m\'ic.t may 1., Special to The Daily News. Democratic! Populist! mem on reads opl'ratlng'PSt of Chicugx to proceed as soon as pobsilil Special to The Daily News I

I .1 makes leoisii Chicago; Sept 11.-That a peoplasuperior i hers of the legislature are pledged: by The men are dissatisfied with the present to the isthmus of Panama, the \Viconsin '" Chicago, Sept'i 11.-\ special to Ttj
tales of wages and w.ll; in the reinforcing th? Ranger at Panama '
he will do,
> : I' d. in intell.gence to those of the : the state convention of their partiesto Tribune from New Orleans says:
... oust desperate immediate: future make a demand for and the Cincinnati taking =station has returned iodictmert -
: earth inhabit the planet of Mars is a vote for the re-election of Senator The grand jury an f
conclusion that will lw set forth bj Ttl:cr. There appears to be little: Ono an Increase of salaries, of 2t" per: cent. at Colon. against: Mrs Rosa. LaBranchj

.. \o 334. a priaonun' ( Professor 0V. Hough head of th that
,p ,: J:1. .si-apod this department of astronomy of the party and should a Repub. union will make a test case days to make the lung trip of over for many years president! of the

vl.. lIe had IH.VU [ Northwestern university in a book lican majority be elected to the legislaturo on one of the roads. The cr'dnlzL'tioru 4,1150! ; miles down the Pacific coastto Louisiana State Lotterj The- actionwas

..,king department olaa which he is compiling of his summer the former senator can step was perfected last June in Kan- Panama The Cincinnati will only not made public immediately in

\\ sent to the ice: ofoserv'ations from the Dearborn obsei \ into the shoes of his former colleague: pas City andV. V Stafford, a passenger consume a few days on her trip across order to enable the district: attorneyto

.: 1 icing unobsti ,';"- \atory. He asserts this as a pro'.)- The Republican! state convention will:! conductor of the Southern Pac3e!: from Cape Ilaitien so that !by the beginning get the necessary requisition paper

., i!!mutehe s iIlPl' I ability haled on recent discoveries, meet in this city tomorrow for the pn1-- residing executive in head Oakland was elected 11 of next week she should haw from Governor Heard and arrest Mrs.

1.:,nor of the ice I'loi..1 l and adds that or course it may UCKT pose of nominating a full state tick -t Circnlais habpel1 I reached the other end of thePanama Dauphin who u said to be ill In or

i itaide of the prison ba established positively and .ongressn'aa-at-large. recently passed around among them railroad.U. war New York. i

'atr his t*cape was: The conclusion! includes the acceptance -. .. <:n. and as a result every trainman Dauphin, who was president of the

I i search was; begun of the theory of evolution and thestatements Denver Colo. S'pt."l1.-It was :3 has increase signed of the=0 request asking for an S. BATTLESHIP AGROUND. Louisiana State Lottery company diet

were placed on his of leading astronomers o'dock this morning when the Demo per cent and makln? IB 1MH His estate was inventoriedat

I'.ryaa. Webb Mar that the climatic conditions! of Mars grade! state convf-ntion which met here of other the demand!executive. Chairman Stafford I Warship Iowa ;;Trouble Off Brazilian $looHHI |HS widow and a friend

:...sh Tennant, Chanmil are the same as of the earth. The Tuesday m 'mini_ reached final a.1- council of the union, Coast. hiving eke utors. There were other
Hawk, son It! possibility of Venus and Mercury being Jour'iment TS ticket chosen follows when statements s 'en. and confirmed all the above I New York Sept. 11.-The United heirs, including Dauphin's mother. Tho
t'uited! Stau- senator Henry II. Teller added latter 'al,1!: the heirs were
'a w k. started in put inhabited is admitted, because thev States battleship Iowa has run agromi-1 was rap
u' misted by flvo have solidified and the intense heatresulting ;, congressman-at-larpe, Alva circulars organization have is perfect. Tiln near Cape Nossa Senhora Do Desterro then paid shl1'f.> and 1 tl!;<' .u.: ,,.:>T ants

Adams: governor Edward C. Stim_ we been sending out legatee came into : lit t 'u1
n\' \\.i- followed a.In from their proximity to tbo ; on: and the island of Milo cables The poSser
the doh lieutenant governor Thomas Annear; been sign-d not only by myself rest of the properEleven !y.
; Here i sun may l1ah'j'n! ercome liy adcipe' Herald correspondent at Rio Janisro,
but Mr E.
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section of tintim : Xnil n'( t/'t.uy ot slat.lora! <-eV. lIan'n: Clarke, grand chi-'f years atur tin .-. :' !'I'ut
"vI' Brazil.
: I mtrie! ol ; !!IIo.phl'l'l' conductor of the
l1il1. Bta' tn>a:uri'i lair, X Cailiii'. state Order of Railway among: the iIT't or ludw I'> i I' :. will
arched Ic r : finished target
of the ,ether!! plai.ii--, nit!:' OIMI'I'n rat Conductors. and I*. II The Iowa had Jii't I
'". w 110 was a pal nt di.iiii.il! auol.or.i II If 1'i I \ aftorn-v g"I1"I Morrissey returning to Friars' had been Mrs Dauphin lawyer in k
the! pull .- 'I'i ,,UK' "I..ln' ; : I practice and was
"' Hawk that tits 11..1 I II. :Swelgt-.r; siipeinti-n'di nt c' i I II'llhw Brand master! of the/ Brotherhood -if.Kiiituit the probate case. an old! badly worn
> ell If'l liteFRANCOIS!. T-rm.. "',, I.,,.... _.. __ isfand.
) -iliuuK, Mrs llt-Ien M 1. fir' -n. ( ivt* every trainmann found list of a
h..r in At.anta.Wa\ The Brazilian minister of marine has Ilawr'as giving a
'1 ,t 'ieUt! this sta'- -- ft'l !'I.'I.:: ... State university. Al I.i I : the 01Hfn'!: 'a.'k" of nand we will:l I ordered a warship! to go to the aid 'arse number of I ands which apparoml .

\ JOSEPHIN M. c. C Hr.i,Iford!, Jesse Stwenso"1. win our ilim( .tnd: I I the Iowa.Cape > formed part of the Dauphin es-
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". ha-d toot tbf' pr.sat : Nos a Senhora Do Desterro is Late, hut which had not figured in tliO

'!UK d> paitment. wh." TROUBLE I BLEW\ TOP OFHIS on the inland of Santa Cathanna. *MImile' invi-rtory
i. l I. to 'ie careful of lui.iarde' I INDUSTRIAL : southwest of Rio Janiero. The Mrs Dauphin was called to explain

r r, as a deaigmiiiMribi I II I II' island is about half way between Montevideo anal 1 ehifailed: to appear before .I t

I 'f hs! e-sca|>e t,' -- FOR NEGROES'! HEAD OFF ) Uruguay and Rio Janiero.! Louisiana; court but piece by piew r

.,. ol 11M' m the cooK dpncialtoTheNt': ". The Iowa is the flagship of the South the trouble buried lor 11 years was

ht I.mdon, Sept 11.-The" grand juyin : tI"!iflfpi! ;" ,- Atlantic squadron Rear Admiral brought to liglit Dauphin had kept

i: wl 1'.1"' nan and wa, the old Bailey: today returned a tru Special to The Daily News. riorge W Sumner' is in command of h.s money and securities in a box in

I 11 :n August from bill against Prince F'raut'lis Joseph otDracanzA I Special to The Daily News: 3lartt ;tai G,, Stj.t 11 --'A. \VRecce the South Atlantic station Captain his room and was a much wealthier f

\ 'J:" '. :' i ntence ol ; !lieutenant In the Seventh :' Valdosta, Oa. S.: 'pt.i t1.-l'lar. ar" a promiiH i.t larmc'i of Cob: \ Thoma Pel : x omraands the Iowa. man than manvjuuiii'sed. From ,
Austrian II' foot for the talili-hm.'i t of i that his widow- it is charged, had
rt, hussars and who was on a ne pOUllt ('0tH nItt' .1 I.1.uu ide at his hoai" ] The ( :-n4i: I r Atlai! :M is the only oth,'r N\
mil industrial school in \:::,! IcMa similar stolen from the tate and wcrcteilJ214.000
--- membor! of the Austro-Hungarlan grrt ytstcrtla morning bv, -hii-ii'Pt the top : war!'1lp:!, d!. ,I1': South Atlantic qual. :
ciao to the coronation of KinK Edward, to Booker T. Washin on's school in secuntif and $I?.(X)0) hi f
of his bad! < ff with a shotgun. ; ron
PRESIDENT'SBIC < hu: ,;,'d with miscontliut, under thdcnnnna' at Tu keg f'e. Ala.liss: Carrie! Br-a- Mr RfH-cc li\'l about! 4 miles from cash In order to < over up her work

I I : law amendments mns. of Spelman seminary, Atlanta, I Ae\\ '11th. and was well known in the she sold the lands, invested the moneyin

RECEPTION The hee.ing of the charges brought has sjH-nt several day in this city In couptv He was a man ot mll lprall' ( HENRY CRADY new se unt.eso: that no trace couH I

against Prince Francois Joneph of the interest of the IlrOlosetilnstitutio'1. mean>. owning a nit e little farm, and be found of it. She kept no bank

IVa :an/a. and other men took place She met the board of trade in asp--- had a happy !little' fan-ily. consistingof IS FOUNDSpecial account and frequently had $10 ,OW

in the Southwark police court early' ciao meeting and cutlinfd the plans on her person 'n $1.1100' hills. a
.. I... :'>' '. a wife and thie children.He .
in July awl attrac-ted much attention and purKtsfs of the school. In addition hall not g'n his family anv Judge: I.aaru.ounsel for the heirs! ,
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\ \ Sir Edward Clarke. th< former solicitor tot: :!'s Peam'is. talk before the ticceeded In tracing every bOLd fotf
Intima'ion of hit illt. T.tiollan.1 whilothi
:. ill / mnpleti !
geneial. lt>efendt\ the prince Th. board of trad. marks T re also to The Da.llyews: mow than 12 year. The court aw-"ril.
he about 4
.. .' l''i sid "ut y IluilTlrHIt; arose
-... prosec-uto altered the charge "roni"Wor. made by Prof. SMIIV. B. Merritt, Colowl o'I'loc'k. put on his trousers and in his Atlanta Sept 11 Henn vY Grad; HI I j'ldcmPtit against JIrs Dauphin rot e

"i ml it i tit'ti'Hi >" to "misconducit under tho J.f.: WilMrson: and llnjor.1. O.v bare f*..>t walked out of his room onto of Atlanta, whov di"ai!>pi aiame inn,:. f 1\t: ,/...., the Mitirr amount with inter -
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', .,il hetorni criminal law amendment" Sir C!I- arnc-doe. tJf'l:< nth'mPn all express the veranda placed the muzzle of Norfolk, '-a.. laM Fn Ia> hail I eau=..
at > ward intimated tu&t the defense would I ins themselves favorable ti> the institution his shogun to his forehead and blow, his friends'and tolatuw. ns:rtt-iali'- to Cm'! That zh. had l rvmovwd every
i \ > mane .
1'1' .IoJ.. be> conspiracy to rob and blackmail! The Miuthein education the entire: top ot his head oft. worry. wa found in SI'W'o'Ji >t-.tH thing and had fkd! A
.b': '? ;. :i nt withtin Strict sewcy was observed bth'3 board C'oml"fl'l'll .>f leading educato day afternoon bv Aired: C. St'W.,1former
I The Round of the pin aroused: the
)ir oal a.1I1If"; oS5 th exact and philanthropist i hack of hp night city editor of The Co.istitutiun. WRECYs"FREIGHT
court < ias r jrarding nature slot'|ping; family and his wife ran out COWS i
1I1'I'i1.hattl'r.; of the charsta work! .niil it u i.n.I'Mood! to be their to wiiness the awful tragedy and a do,;e personal tri ofof i
Ie'etion bt'trin-i an.i
'.nti' iit'nn To I -ta'il-h: soaewhere in'nilhern Mr. Grady
> :li,:e. It is\ pnilia'i'' C' !1.1 moderr Industrial No cause is known and no mpssae ; II
,11' ? a When seen by Mr. Newell Mr Grady TRAINSpecial
t, and tWf'I111011':111 vrali-ft. Only! yesterday llrvisitisl fleece ,
n NAVY CHAPLAIN fci hool for negro sMARCONI was walking d<-:os? City Hall i' r.iHe .
Anwortb with neigh
". '.,1 and Sheriff Johnson, I
immediate) '. alll l
was recognised )
bars arcl seemed in good spirits. He
unv. will! swear in when accosted bj M:. Newell, did nut I
." f' whose duty it will !h,' SUICIDESSpecial I wa: about 4T: > pnof age; and hal I to Tl ". rl in the f'ounty moM all! of his !:Ifs. appear to know him He could givetai
,' -t..wd at Sagamore Hill: I 11\ .
account of his movementsM '
Owenjboro Ky';: Sept II.--An eastbound -
: .r rat the hours of th.> rec'<%!>- X well member of the
r" "p'ewdPnt will receive h',1 to The Daily News: SOLVES PROBLEMSpecial I'YOUNG' MANFATALLY Tart at The, New who is York a World too'jhim freight train on the Louisville.
Henderson and St I.on!is rallroR..1EtMlrk
u the pch of hia houl\t' 'YallIn ton. Sept) 11.-The =. cr-'- t>> the editorial nnms of that pal a cow late last nijcht and wa* 'I

"if r-omni.ttcHjs harp beenVuch tar> of the navy received a telegram WOIPCDSpecial l 1"-. here were gathered Robert wrecked.IT .

"I I \ Frank C. Travers this morning from Hear Admiral John. to The Daily_News.! I| Adams. Joe Johnson and Hem so o the Instantly
O Hill. engineer, was
ilrnan evofllclo. He will son commanding the I1c ton navy Home ?ept It.-Marioni, IB an :iierview Ciaui.ird. all Atlantans and his for-
I kill.altl\ O orge; Leaman brakeman ,
i: supervision of all arHORSE vard saying that ChaplatnViiliam F. ; published htre, declares he HIH.a.i.wxnatos.. They had been ailing r
was =0 Ila.1f111rt! that he dies
s :tllTl"ltn committed suicide by shoo b,.s completely solved the problem nf : to The Daily News. in the search and were overjoyed h01lr1'1 .1 I
In a few rare were
fug himself at the Naval hospital at sending: wireless messages over a distance CnoxvillcTfnn! Si.pt. 11 i Frank at their good fortune in finding ill wrecked I

Chelsea (,Chaplain: rrlson recently! of more than 1.110 miles, and r.urcheli and Raymond 1 Scott two Urady so close by.Mr f
wa attached to the cruiser Olympia that he; is confident that communicar young men about town became engaged Grady was woefully weak an,1

w hit h participated in the combine tion between Europe and America will in a difficulty: in a saloon, the worn and apptand like a man In .. ROOME APPOINTED :

CAPTURED army and navy maneuvers, "and is now be established In the immediate future result of which may be the death of dream. He did not recognize any 'JI(

at Rorton undereotn: ; repairs Hew Frank Bun-hell It is said Scott :attacked his friends! lIe was very hungry and 1 '

a; a native of Maryland and was ap- He is to visit' iKng Emanuel at Rag. him with a knife! after the two :i when given food ate heartily. Afterwards SUPERINTENDENT i

.. Daily News poirtod: a chaplain in the navy in May, rnnigi; Iiedmort! Sept 14. had clinched in a fight and that the he slept propped up in a chair

1 -S1. He held the rank of commanvPr. knife was doing deadly work when officers and was then moved to a private san

i S-pt. ll -Mr. Tom and was assigned to the Olympa; Certain Cure for Dysentery and interfered flurch -f is at his itarium. Special to The Daily News. F

'.. "II farmer of Catoosa Ian :March No details! bare been Diarrhoea home In a precarious condition. Scott Mr. Grady's family and relatives fan Ti Im i.sco S< pt. 11* .-1 ,','.. Hong 1-,
: mistortune to ha\o "Some I was; one of aparty k under arreat here and his Atlanta friends ;
.. .-es stolen from his! received regarding his death. years ago wereoverjoyed Kong; Man. which sails today for the
that Intended making a long at the news from New- Orient. wi1arry! In her treasure room
\ :.:gilt by a man named THE S.\ T.\ 11OSA bicycle trip," says F. L. Taylor, ofNew A Bij's Wild Hide 1'or Life. York. They tad frt! certain that his more than Ilr: >UW). in trf'a. ure. Song

,',,';..I In. at once notified l Shcr- SUUK HXTHING KSTABLISHMENT Albany, Bradford county. Pa. With family around expecting him fearful suffering had caused him to of thin !If' In the form of Mexican dollar !.
1of the fact. to die, and a son riding for life, 18 lose
Hense time and his surrounl-
with diarr but the of the
taken suddenly : *, Majority shipment
'raced the animals the gulf waters is "I was New Discovery
u Bathing in warm miles to get Dr King's .
The theories of foul anJ
hoea and was about to Rive up the ings play roII.lia! qf bar*.
the for Consumption, Coughsand
ant! also captured the conceeded to be the finest in i accidental drowning had been abar.'
trip, when Editor Ward, of the Cold W. H. Brown of Lee- ---- I
"':mediately! placed hslUlton world. Everythinr; for pleasure with I i, don* It Is believed! that when he
jail. safety. Good board and lodging, by' Laceyville.Was n j> r,5u;geted thatI ville, Ind., endured death's agonies; i
from asthma but this wonderful boarded a train for New York Mr. JEWELER IN HIS
<' day set for the the day or week. Luncheon promptly take a dose of Chamberlain's Colic, ,
pr' medicine instant relief and Grady was under the impression! that
night. gave
all hours, day or
served Diarrhoea Remedy. I
'!H* sheriff. who had Cholera and soon cured him. He writes: "I now he returning to Atlanta
CHARLES H. Bt'RTUs': was :
-ner. was met at th 2m-tf Manager. purchased a bottle and took two sleep soundly every night" Like HEW STANDt t

,v 100 armed net.n. h-i .-._- doses, one before starting and one on '. marvelous: cures of Consumption, 1 J
CL1gpc TtTA. Pneumonia,Bronchitis\ ,Cougs,Colds One Bottle of Burc.tt's Vanilla Extract 13
'r had notified Mr I the route. I made the trip successfully ; moved-my
something was bein:: B...n tho Ito Kad Yaa Haia Fears: B'tIi! and never felt any ill effect. and Grip prove its! matchless! merit better than three of the doubtful I have ,r store to .
for all Throat and Lung troubles.! few Palafox formerly occupied '
: costing a cents South
.g 'I. thus preventing a arnetanMEAT almost kind.
Again summer Guaranteed bottles live and il.00. f
1..n:;. as the sheriff did completely run down with an attackof Trial bottles free at W. A. D'Alem- more per bottle. Us! purity and great by Ba9)! ) & Co., and am now

I ,--i"oner.is "--- -has--a marvelous dysentery. I bought a bottle of berte's drug store, 121 !South Pah fox strenth"make it the most economical -I better prepared 'han ever to givegreatbargainsndlamoldswatebes
'. disappointed, and dis this same remedy and this time one brand. ( ,
dietetic value. While refreshing and dose cured me." Bold by all druggists at almost cost for the etc. Call and see me and

pleasant to take, it helps assimilation and medicine dealers. I1FflhifP next 60 days to make: BANNER SALVE jewelry
room for new stock, __ J let me convince you. I
,'c.ata.nRettevearfghtAwayt .:: of food.DAXNHEISSER Sold by BROS. Tryjthe; NEWS Want Column. 0. M. Pryor. the most healing sai:vo In tM won* J. I, STEPHENS. ,'
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_ t 4 FOR YELLOW FEVER.--Take the first bottle in two or three doses within an hour's time; then take a tablespoonful every how ftl:!
3'' ; until the second bottle is used up; then take one tablespoonful every two hours until the patient has recovered. The medicine may f\\
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as possible.
i Give plenty of ice water i:
R : small quantities and permit patient to eat as much as desired. Two to three bottles usually effects a cure.

I 1 a wine glassful every two hours until system is thoroughly
:: purged, and then take only enough to move bowels freely. The patient may eat
anything desired except in typhoid fever.
POX-Take medicine as directed for I ft:
fevers, but do not allow patient to eat solid
iil: food. Patient should be nourished with broths, soups, toddies, etc., and treatment should be continued ti
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F}j' i FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD-Take a wineglassful
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a wineglassful two or three times a day. In Scrofula and other stubborn
88--J diseases the treatment should be continued for two or three
i months after the patient has apparently been cured.

FOR CHILDREN--.The above directions are for ordinary adult
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MflftJim FIENDISH GRIME OF I ---.. .. .------ O'...________._...___.GOLD_..-_...DUST--_.-.--_.---,------ i:

Dumps had tried some time in vain I ii i
To ease an after-dinner pain 61 Let the GOLD DUST twins do your work."

Which gnawed at him his belt below I I ( -::--.

And filled his world with indigo. Fired Barn Containing 200i "

Dyspepsia now can't bother him i !

For FORCE has made him Sunny Jim( Sleeping Pilgrims V ;

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! 0 I ttx'
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Victims Were First Robbed and Then

I i Torch Applied to Building-Indescribable ,;t ). :
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"Force 9 I Panic Ensued-Many Were It t a

Seriously Injured In Escaping.

London, Sept. 11 -In a .u"pau'b

from Vienna the corres, ji.ih-nt o. 1'"

g The Ready.to-Serve Cenail Daily Express ile i nuc a fiVuiiiaii

crime which Las been <"OZUUUIUHI at
Maria Kabca, in llungarj

Two hundred pilgrims nvr. j"urn i., C 1r 'I'II

f gives worK to weaK ing to the shrine ol tin. Viurin 'Far.were .
unable to find oiui ;n, KIUS- I
supplies the energy. and spent a eight in a l barn: .\ ""iv

of \Vallachian gypsy > dpin! *< -i I ia

the scene and robbed IIH! -,. ,mu >>:

'- grim6; they then act hi.in t muin '

and an indescribable, pee i ..'> >i i
( Sweet crisp flaKes of wheat and malt-eaten cold. Eight of the i/ilgrnr. u. '. ''i' ;

death, nine were serlI: ;S !,,; .. ..umany .
or them were .UI I
Hrlps Him to Eat Other Foods. _,__ i iI I
"I am s.lsty-tlir'>e JAM old( and L-.> to iuv l'U..lllt'11"f.tUlarly., thoneh doinz very J ttlj i iI Are :yot a ,ave tc ,lOusework
I t'Injfol Mttn'kt*** i iApes
that would betlltl
>or.m a dr..I' .Ji spe'pnn) and had morr appetite tb' ty
to digest until Ugan eating: .furtt..1. Katiuutor.: ... helpm! : to digest otbllmnl I and ::gorillas!! (' i I' i '\ .MV, GOLD DUSThas
.- :JI1l1l'o.f'ntfulliud li-, .Il' ''i i
0. ( 'amt fllruiobLii 44 'Fp1k.at1oll.) ful tricks than the < ""' .;... .'< I III< : done more than anything ese *c emanCIPate wcmer. fro-n tht

Indeed\ the monkey. :i-- \M h.II t-i I back-brear.g: our den" at t pju! ->err'd It wean, "vervng!
tI .l : a trickster loth in IM> v ; mi 'I" I I1U < dnout tie ".use pjyvo; wcrk Saves

b, .-tit: state. In then' 1.1' I M, inr-'i-i I t.me. money and w ,",
theyiiond! guars in -w 1:1-" -11 it- '> >
4 I Ch.cago. New Nark, fo! lOn. Si 1.0 o Md.ers j'OVAL: FAIRY SOAP.
I brancl.e.s of tiers t U-IJI'l1d\.1 IM ihir |

y I tails, and chattelin and l ;'niiii n<:x I
with eudent loil1s:: of tlcliirl.i.! Hum- _
l oUt: ml'lItious'l'11I' OUT a hundredso II

,+ employed in a Suiitli An.encaii lore TIME TABLE. rr

Foley's Honey Tar
-- cures colds prevents pneumonia -
New Orleans and Mobile.
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For !..omrtbinq.r'1 NOTES .OF NOTABLES. I' I Water c ole'sthat do not ;o.6. !.0.4. I 1'0:1.: I No.8. No.!. No...
waste ice at the Willis 7:15 a 12:15m 11:05 P I Lflave..... Pf'u acola _..Arrlve r.oo a I 4.1 P 11:00 p
I lazy Liver I $:al: a 27 p l ii2 a Leave_._ Flomaton ..... 1'Iave 1! ::l.i a :!:HiJ p 7:2Ii p
t The present head of tin famous Co.'s.WEEKLY 11:01.1: a 4i! P 2:5.5: a I L..a\"e ....... Mobile ... .Leave ItIn'G: It:16 n 6:08 p
m Krupp: works represents the third ;':1'1 I Hardware ......__ ":2..p 7\Oa! L"I\ve..NfI _Orl. "nR_leave- --- II'pJ:25a -

ration of this family of ;;: have t>eru troubled a great deal North
a torpid liver ,hub produces con t1pa. : WCIIKDUL.! ::
Lieutenant IN-rozi-l has \ ',| I found CASCAKHTb to be all you claim
II and secured such relict lie ersttrial, I I.UtI'ipm I.
Ii I frmu an .\IItri:1II huoar : i t I purchased another supply and was com I 12115pm Leave ..... Pensacola .Arrive 4llOpm 6:00am: Ii
i 'ause t.e did not use his i ) cured. I Shall only be too glad to ree- KLKCTU1C TERMINAL 6t5am 6:51pm Arrlv.. .. loottom"rYI..a.e 1I:15am I PIOPIB
I i Cuscarets! whenever the opportunity U'i$ am i 1Il'jl\m Arrive... Bh miagham .. Leave tII.'Iam: 6:06pm: t I
\L !..lIMlr..r'ho struck him. 1 enllJd J. A. !IIITU. RAILWAY COMPANY 1:1) P m 3/11 am Arrive ..... N abb.III" ... Leave ... ...
Cn-Mdent HiijiKins nf \\ \ } ', O Susquehanna Ave PhiladelphIa Pa 2IIJ: a m $:II: a m Arrive... I.OU".III" ...I.avfI 8:15 pm 2:4. a m
I i Tru'ns! leave Feneaooia for the Lliili 7tlam 1I5YRm Arrl.t1..l"lncinnRU ...I.8ve 6tMlpm i 1I:15pm
!ll_'r 'a':11I :irni\' t' : : I 1 i Bayou, lUg I I'.nyoa. W urJngton.l'I aTJ l rf 1t'I\m 1:31pm Arl.. Nt. Lnut. .I.'IRV" f:15pm'_' $:55 pm
GANOYI -- --- -
nut the :iiiilillluice i-orps and Fort Harrancas at5:541s.m.arriteatFort ; t
"i I'.iul HUll and C'uuutilly. Karraacai 7ils.n i
II l.Kiil Kel\in is refoixin:,: io.oOn.rn.arrive at Port HHrrnacas 10K) a.n1Wp.m.arrive No. 2l-Dally No. 3-\lI\il I oHOP where time not bbo'o So. :l-1IR1\y: I INo. 22-Daily
at Kort Karranoai lUpn:
uu t..u,r than fourtiM'ii I 8.HO p. m. ft-rivnftt Fort Barrancas 4:15 p n I 11:56 pm 7m a m ''Ll'ave......I.l'n aCOIR .......Arrln 10fiCJ P IU I\M P ID
I I. :15p. m. arrlvr at Fort Harraneas 7oo y nTew 1::Ji: night 7.n" .. ...... iob..ml" ... 111:31 to 1\111\ "
:Ipdl'Inrr.] | which have TRADE MARS RtOUTERD p.m,arrive a: Fort Karraucas g:4Jp.u 140 1" 'iI: ......... Ynlt'slra...._. 10:8f" I 8:01 It
s f IMI.id the Iilcst.l:11Etucse: Trains leave Fort Barrancas Penis I 1:1.9: 7:1.. ? .........Escambi. ...._. 10:3:1" 0:51 ..
..._ Mulat ......... '
ola at I :I.'i" 7.t5 10"J" Ii'i
$ ;,'I," ral :Nelson .\. :\ : 1. ':I\1" 7..4 .. .. ... ..... Harp ..... ..... .. 10:21" I 6:411.
.1:' 1'n'ni'li tluently, hating I !' 7I5a.m. arrive at 1'"n5101lOO. a. n I;'511 7'3.'i ? ? .........(j'tltCity:: ......... 10:15 I 67 It
,. n' Palaiablr. I'oieht Taste Good Do lli:I$' p m. arrive at Pensacola.11:49 pn I 14:54; II 11111 _.... .... Milton ..... .. 1\1:10": I O\:!) II I
It !-tutI l.\ of that language lturity Ni'ver "i ie keD Weaken yrGrij ION t We I J'jip.| m. arrive at 2:45: p.n 1:1W am.. .. ..._.Gaul HiIonge.. ...... It 4:55 "
and to [nss away CURE CONSTIPATION. ... I ftJ I TOUp. m. arrive Pensacoia_. 7.45p, 2 it I. ....... MIII11"u ._.._ .1 Ii:2\ It
11:111 f:1l
( .,.< a,. T.L GO ; : I.
time In the v\ejt K.mrtJ top. bI.Ro..tn.l 'jiip. m. arrive at Pennaoola_. 8:50 p.aHatardays I II I
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t II only I ......_ ...... t. .
'L. Senator Hoar has IIlwu I 1'<.1<1 aaArusranrrrdhr. all 1'011' I 8\111" $I:6t! Deer Land 8M" i ::it
TO-BAC jlhb tu < I:li i:Tuliaccu iIab't11"lmllll PARE FOB WEEK: DATS.Pensaoola 8:18": II\ _... MO.hy lead .._. $CO to 8:11\ f'
his liking for the ('iass#t's. to Fort Karrancas and return 1BPenacoa 4o.: II 1iI.: .lJe"'uoIRkl' .......... ....._ It
time is nt his 1i'l'osal. a to Navy Yard and rxtnra..151 4:11" IIH Argyle .. 7f4" Snl"
to Palmetto Heaob and r8ur:1161 4:4) 1i:1I7 ... .Ponce de [.('IOD..... 7:'II" 1:111 If !I
PIISM-S without his reading IIunt'K Flies. PenBacola 0:110" 10tO ._ .. ..Weunlle ....._ 7:17 lf.\: II
\\".u. this pin;?:gong racketdntthing cither of some Cnn-k or : SUNDAY ICHEDCDt, 6:111 111U .. ..._ l'"ry.tl/.L....._ 7:1 lfll It "
lifter alL-New \tUr.m II.HIIUT: :\I'. llolm.-iii I When ....."tb"r permits the running o 5.55 lue) ._._.loul""Y_ ...._. .. 8f. I,1:27 IIII
Senator 'lark will i-t. now in his sc\cnt}. nfth ji-ir, open cotiCbes.Lirtvc :", II ID ...... tblpley .. ..... .. 697 I 1/14 It
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to this country the fa fentaoola. LT Fort Barra.no 11:8) 11:117" .CoUoodl\I" tII'4 1tII noes
not i-oiiiiit 'inlife as ii arti..t. il- lOam. > 70" 11S: ........larll\lIna. .. .... II:!}) j 12:14 "
I xuolli'ii to inllrtt'"ae Sire lection of paintings, ; ;!li his tirst Royal u-ad my pit'tta'e 11 9a.m.I. m. It m. 7:89: II 11:45 .. ..... ..... &.::ypr..8o .... .... .. 5:84 1If.1 am
last December nt a cost :: : t m. 7:411": lIflt: to ......Uranct Bldge..._ 6r.: 11:12 It
when Ui1 olll.twcllly Ip.m. p ..
painti-il was I ... .. ... '
I \t I i(1ncy troub:" so bad .. tp.m ip.rn 7M" 1:115 anon I Hn."d. 5l 11lr.l1
.1! I..X I\f ValU-y\ View Ky., I' The pictures are at ;; of ace. It wis #in in rurtiomiT'.. I p. m p.m. I 11:15" It:15" ArriveRlvenctlon..l.: ave r.:1II "l0:71: "
I I i nut work 11ft..t: were Livid TiJirrie.: father of : that Le cuinii.enc-ed lifo pursuing 4p. m pm. I

W //'i' -.1 :,:'iuieize) and I was died rei-ently\ at Us home routiiuwork! 111'a I"II'rlJut\ I-M-U 6 p. m. fp.m.8pm. I I

'11I.t ii! t.. 1.1.h'd. and physician* Kiniemuir. the house there was no mistaking HIt bent I 8p.m.FAR! FOB8U5DAT I II LAW DEPARTMENT
ui.il, I li- [in rive inn allY relief which ".\ Window In his tnlntl.; Tt-! office windows WITO t'eniaoola artBarraneal Nary k
h! -!' ; lie t'lht I 1 and and return_____ lit -in- t,
famous '
was "l' and to the I
.- Foley'tir of ;'roundISS.:: airy I'scnooia to Palmetto He on ana
!' aye. tit clerking, young Hunt took : .tll'I1._______ litNntrflUht
\V. A. D'Aletul-erte, John B. Stetson UniversityDo
t i'i. it x. When Senator Fjiooner is I : will; life MZC tiis 01, the rough- :1 clTOd altAr 11:15 D. m I

lug rtcliate. his, hair seems ., surf.nv. .\.. the days passed by. Lniict Floricla.
ton Loses Railroad. a little more than usual, the nunil\.er of t'ii-s' iuiTiail ant.!
f 'The Beer JOHN 1'.I'OItBI'h.. I)., l.r."I..I.I.IEltT .J. KAHUAII. Mi. K, Dean
T.! -.11: Si-pi. 11 -It Is quently runs his hands last the herd of the linn stir|.|iIlig:

: .. 'Me Knoxvtii' !\!,'. iaFal catchin?: it in ItuncUes :," front of tin- class: fxcliiiin> d. "11 1 In- I tall I) 'lYrni CoiiuiH'iiccs "',' 0..(ullt'r I r.KU.TW .

I ', railroad has dt.cil into varied fantastic .:: are bei-ouiitij: more all 1 more of .1 : t YKAKS! i tI"H"E-Th." !...* D..partnwntoflubu li. "t..ton l'nlverlty ghee
Btwo-vi-His' cour... Ivadinctu the degas of I.L. B
i .1 rimtou! on the route Frank Strickland of _\ ,' here nod stem to nnilt'|>i\
I'KUKKK AKMIl'S THK KAK-Thi'diploma of the Law l-mrtlll"Ut of John it.i .
;a Kmixviilp. Clinton author and utu. ieian, 1>.!\ s ." \ul taUinir! his luindUfH! 1 f Made' i +t.' 10 II,.. Par
IflHKlt: INKiKMATti>:N--For th- \nnoanrnnient of I..'.'-.*.and nil other de-
: -.IK town about 20 mile' view in the Journal nf atlelui.ted to IIit'! !. tlu 111 illy. } I R r iI sln'inturnmtiuii-ganlingthel.Itw licpHrlmeeit.mlilrf.. Y

\e.' It is stated that ani as thanl.fnl to ..alll\f Law Department:

i "g i i-rtain properties 'in me blind as I am t ha ii )DH Land Fla.

.- .- stay were wasted hold I breathe the water I --I .

'.->..1 .that! the railroad per Congressman Norton of fA hox .>f tbo prnnine VICTORIA I Tulane of Louisiana.
M rsMvc i paces' henro possessor of a watch : iln\tttre on every University I I. /'

.11\ r.>IITI>. The n ,w road one of the cannons ': xat\'c: Bromo=Quirine: T !WI-H I
Managers."I "Now Orlan-I.
i $ '''.Its. 3 mil west of Napoleon in his famous I::; ruututl/ that carts a cold in one dry-.

: t -iv 1 near the ('ow cro.'k \paisn anil which was n Try one of our cflebrated I iusr: IO-CKXT HOTTI.K IIKIK i I EDWIN ALDERMAN LLD I It
": ;>.HK-: coal fi!!hls. which tanious Marshal: :Soy of ,
',. I 4S Felt Mattresses. I
and Nashvillo Is
, ev BROS. _.. Cour...s In Lnngasies.Scicncp: Kii8infring: Law, Medicine Pharmacy Arl
, Mate by moans of thI <> {'!-lEI) KK 1'\}: '.\ ]) never pack; or grow Keven Mrparate fpartmiiit<>. MTt<-.-n Kuildmi;.. KxtfuiKf: I.ihrarli"*, Laboratories
I AOENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED i I II for Woninn In the Ne corib
'I and Workshops Splendid liepartnif Collt-et
. I 1...1.:11: HP and .11 Mco mad.Heuare Iteiter than a hair t
Dr. J. C.Ki-hop of py. Tuilin.. tnlloke.I.,1..rolll all vocations. It. t"cilitl>'S r Instruction art unsarpaMAdttieSouth. I
( ot' (tic Mule and Tar in three ; res. In the academic di-piirtmt-nt open to Louisiana boyb. Kxpen: .es of stbolar hlp 5Ud"ol
. very Main House 401 H. Palafox street. I iITbfor.e.eton. Himrd and lodging mdornntorlH. a t low rates. Opportunities alTordud
"it --inn has advanced more pneumonia with good ri" j- Quina. I academic students for irir-h.-lp. In the Aca<1emic Colleges:: no boy, K properly pr pared
t i (iHtittian: surgery, but itt ease." Refu-e R. R. Exchange-Opp. Union DepoI I'j for colletre/ work, will hI' turned away from inability to pay tuition. Neil smlou be-
hi. used except where ab- D'Alemberte,121 S. ''' Ili'nit the Lund. P. O. Box 2M. Penaacola ginb October ht. Send for Catalogue. I
'. Phones 116-2KS.: Address. R. K.BKUFF.ftecretary.
luca-.es of .
l'ictary.' piles I I'veral "ear"ince my lun;:
, I'd' .. it H seldom needed. If you wish the .. .cu-., built affected -that..-- T had --- ---------- 1
Witch Hazel: Salve cures bfinorrhaijewrites A. M. '

" ind permanently.: l"n- I ice cream freezer II of Wood Ind. "I took treat $i -WE WILL-& .
< '. 'r out*, burn, bruises, lowest price the with several physicians with- 7

-kin dir-ea-es. Accept no Hardware Co. any benefit.:: I then started to

_ I 11"I 1, i piles was that#o I lot troubled much you. II ; Folcy's are; now Honey a* sound and is Tar a and bullet.my CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS I II

-M.n-th"sa.v J.C.l'hil- '( it in advanced ?tajp-; .
III. "Ie'itt's'itch I II lung; trouble." '\'. A. D'Alem- I at and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of 1I I II
''I 1'iired me in a short GRAND 121: S. Palufox. I
." "'and heal*. Harsi-; - - -- --*Fall Goods .:> ..-
J"in: :Sheppard Sidney will launder your spreads for I
each: and make them look :

LAST OF THE SEASON : yewitar" Laundry: I 2S doz Men's Laundried Shirts! C3 pair Ladies' Spring Heel Shut*. Oft your boys ready for Rchool.regular .
;lI/l tj- Juina have I -- close Toe.; 1 to clo-e Sue We full line of
- -- --- -- $1, to at regular $1 ;good quick at carry a Boys'(HuitiJ.I .

.'r" nice Dl'eSSerSlllUl i AND NEW 1 fr0'voWt1e074 I :27::: doz Men' Colored Laundried pair. I to 5s oloe Boy at Suits vac suit.shirt regular. price, $1.001

Vu/r/y cheap. ;, regular The, to close; at oof. Ss pair: Lidies' Low Cut Slipper*,
rery 67 Boys' Wool Suit*, regular price I J
: J, c thing to go with I If You Have' I I 57 doz Men's Colored Laundried regular.I F1.2.J goods, to close at $1.05pair. #l.5o and $1.75. to close at $1.15 suit.

w: : I Shirts regular oOc good, to close at 120 Boys' All-Wool Huits regular '
('tls.Hf'.til'al 3uc;:) ; these goods should go inH 6S pair Men's Low Cut Shoes, regular price $2 00 to $3(1), to close at $1.50 f .
Soclrq, Attrntton. -. I hours. $1.50 good, to close at $1,20:! and $LUJ suit. '
pair. \Ve carry the largest line of Boys'
will be of I 20 doz Men's French Neck Balbrian ?-
a meeting
RheumatismURICSOL carried
by house In the
lI'Ol.redical Society at ? Undershirts at 20c, regular 25c We carry the largest line of Boys'Khoes Pants any

'r'1 -)f Health office at I gin Train leaves: union goods of any hou-e in Pensacola. city.All of our Ladies' and Misses'

.It Tne day. Sept. 23.: Sept. 21. at 11 '30 a. in. greet I 30 doz Men's French Neck Balbr! Bring your boys to us, we can fit drop-stitched 25c. hose, to close at
f phYillcUn3 are cordially for round trip. to .the endorse California I gan Undershirts, !at 30c, regular 45c them in any size. 20c. pair.
<1 t' :i.t"nd.OK. Remedy will cure sold by others at oOc. We have just received a fnlIlt e lOll doz Ii?ses' full seamless hose .

.W. C. DEWBERY New Orleans. U : from It d.ieasts.aim cores caused Liver by an Kidney excess and of I All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck SlmtsV e.will to close at 60c doz or 4 pair for 2oc.

President. and Century same as acl.!. It never tans, and builds up close at 75 cents. close at 50c for your choice. Home 75 doz Men's Seamless half hose
htif i HLUCKER Returning leave I health and rtrergth vfhi.e using it. 72 Pair Ladies' Spring Heel Low of them are worth 1.50.. I regular lOc goods, to close at 5c pair. )i

_: Secretary. Wednesday morning at !Send atee.stamp Price for$book 1 per of bottle.wonderful For sale cer Cut Slippers, 2> to 7, regular tl We carry a full line of Skirts. }f We have just received a full line :
Mobile Wednesday by druggist II your drurelit can notapply good, to close atTOc pair. Look at our window display.; I of Ladies' Kid Gloves in all shades.
...'ESSIOXAL CARDS you It will be sent repaid upon f
o'clock. Coffee and I receipt of pnce. Ad dies*
W. will be !served on Remember, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we will have Room,
C. ROWE, M. D. Uricso! Chemical Co. Los togeleCil.

ftli..E-o9ra.m.and 1:.. S. Palafox.1 to 3 p. m apply and ticket returning.to office. For turther Lamar & RankIn oM Drag, Co., Atlanta, 6a.Dittrlbutlnj F. E. BRKWNER'S I't

r'liono ic IE : as. Excursion PI."TEK I 'Agen's. v10a SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.=Sg<|l H i :1 !

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-P DEATH OF NOTES FROM Your grandmother's doctor orderedAyer's I! "Stron<

S for father. It's -- -
your : The ".Annual s.arKndina ,-,,, .
POLICE COURTElliott 11' I I.
JWNLEYANNIVERSARY / 3 C Iyer Co ; DeoeiiK+ > \ "t
1 Entered._ at the 1'ost Office at Pensacola. I the same old Sarsaparilla today. Lowell.M M. r 10,10 HilI,!
yi seeond-clHis matter ____ I II

OIT1CE :-Fitfi Building 2115 !South Ii I i I l THE f [EQUITABLE l[
q' f altlox meet, np-stairs. SUNDAY WILL BE McCloskey, a well-kmown I -- --


.. ESPECIALLY OBSERVED. Junes this morning for doing business -i UH ASSURANCE[
: I Terms: Invariably in Advance. without licen-e. It was! shown : RICH CARGO CIGAR ANDTOBACCO ,

.. ... I IlcCl.key I
f On Blx Months Year by Mail.. .. f.isuOn One year ago next Sunday William I had no license but wasin I Assets . . .

Week.by Carrier Payable Monday lu the habit of taking contracts for I FACTORYAfter Reserve and ot: -r I I.. "
McKinley, twenty-fourth presidentof ities. .. . .
I to The News
TELEPHONE NO. 118. the United States: died from the building houses. Special
The trial of Bob Brown and Jim San Frandsco Sept11.'Ith tfi* 8urplusfmm( whu1! ih\ .
effects of a wound indicted by sanction of President E. H. Harriman dends are paid .

anarchist, Czolgoz who has since I Burns for fighting came up in the of the Northern Pacific Railroad com considerable unavoidable delay -

1 I U'vl' ON IASEi_'' his terrible deed. police court this morning. Burns, pany. General Manager Julius Kruttgchnitt in the receipt of his large stockof I Paid to Policy-hold -.

expiated 1901. ... .. ., .
11 with his face has appointed A. F. Roome ofNew J. Hud in,., the
badly Mr. C. :
_-______________ McKinley was regarded as one I who appeared Orleans, superintendent} of all material, I New Insurance in N _

_ PERSAOQLA. SEPT 12, 1902 of the kindest men that ever lived. bruised up, was discharged, but the Mecraphir lines of the company. Mr. proprietor of PeusacoU'o> new cigar II I Total Insurance m f.

He loved his church, he loved music, other defendant became so disre Roomp will have his headquarter la and tobacco factory situated in the Dec. 31, 1901. .

THE Kaiser! was stunned by General dowers and children and was a living spectful to the mayor that he was I San Francisco. Thieseu building on the corner of I Notwithstanding'cial t ,
strength of tN >

i pi'kin Corbm's striking uniform. example of a truly good man on ordered locked up for contempt until Came Near Hung: a Crippie.Josh Baylen aud Intendencia streets has greater security W' .
: f 1 G1 of his holders thereby; ..' '
tomorrow morning. I commenced the manufacture f-i I. ; "
THE prevalence of ghosts in Charleston earth.It ; West hafer, of Loogootee, i are LOW and Glh.\ \ I i.

is f ff are causing a commotion will be remembered that his I The notorious "Black Mary" I Ind, is a poor man but he says he favorite brand, "Hudgins1 5-Cent, ter than given byK30WLES..: '

ti ; b among the residentSpirits always death occurred about a week after I Harris was fined $20:! today for conducting I i would not be without Chamberlain's I and expects later to introduce others. ;

I- do raise a big commotiou.THKeditorof the shot was fire on September 14. ( places of immorality. This Pain Balm if it cost five dollars a He will also shortly begin the i liUuxOoneral <<
-- bottle, for it saved him from being a
In common with churches in all character pays: one or more tines toI I manufacture of a very choice special i
I external
the is
}j ccirI'll'0
r : ; 0 gay*: file !hau Francisco editor portions of this big country, the I I, the city almost every week.: I equal: to this liniment for still and blend of smoking tobacco, "Hi;; Pen : .\_" .. ":

4e. t who slandered an innocent lady and Pensacola churches or all that will ,, Nick George, the youn Greek '! swollen joint" contracted inii-cle: :sacola," to sell at a popular price, i 309 t\. Palafox: S:. ': f

d+ who was shot for his pains, got just.i hold services, will devote a portion arrested yesterday for disposing of :''stirl ueckprainsand rheumatic and composed of well selected Kentucky -

it about what Le could expect for such I 'I muscular pane It has also cured i I
r I I of the hour rendering memory to the rotten cabbages, wa discharged. j White Burley and cigar clippings.Mr FORIRENT; .
L, + ?3:, conduct. Duo'tyouthink he meant, --- numerous cases of partial: l piraly-i-.

_; v 1 who wa"i pained by the shots .: deceased pre-ident. i' penal proclamation ; I lit ifor sale by all druggitand: HuJiii-5 assures the: trade and i, FOP RE.\ .--1'-:

?U' } -- -- ------ I : for the services>1 have been WERE FINED medicine dealer-. consumergenerally, that these gymnasium u -
1 t, ">,,, IT 1-passin.j-trange what a breathless -
ter i issued to all Catholic churches, and --- goads are strictly fir t-cla"s. and lie cola 'lthleti'' (
+ interest our country editors tike I I

: + in 'the rumors that whiskey; tablets: !i more and especial observance will be TO THE LIMITUnder TWO/ GUNBOATSFOR feels confident that with an njiportu- i rented duru- c

ti F !, are to be made each tablet being the ': made in the Methodist churches, --- nity for trial given them they will for fairs, < f/, .

rt f essence of a stiil drink, and that inform the denomination of Mr. McKmley's ,I MEXICO prove both satisfactory and popular.He ces, etc- Y,i :
the Mobile
tablets whole the above caption -
of concentrated:
choice. theref"re invite a fur trial uf call ai the "
barroom can be toted! around in a Item of yesterday, has the folk < <
+ I gongs! beloved by the dead president j the same and challeuxi comparison phone .A o. .j'I :
vest pocket.! | >wmr: in it* editorial column :
-- --- will be rendered by choirs, and Special to The Daily News. = with any other brand- of ,:oodoficiilar ->

Tit K: newspapers who are throwing: bountiful and impressive services Mayor C. M. Jones of IVn-acola ; !New York 'Sent 11.-At the Gres tharacter.
bricks at what they term Governor I f'eln, determined Wilt the Sunday I
.I I i ff'ttl shipyard. Clizahethnort.: N .1.. on -- ----
J euuin -' seuatoml! aspirations are. are anticipated and liceu-e 1 iw regarding! the It, Monday (Pnsirfpnt Diaz' birthday) OF CLOT;. : "

m view of tatfact that he has not ; All churches which will specially quortrailic shall be enforced. The two modern gunboats the Tampirc OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine '

;i" I Y 't s announced his intention of being u': celebrate the sad event will announce :proprietors ot a clubhouse Ned Fay and Vera Cruz building thpre. will he ; -

rF fui i H candidate. wa-tin;: a lot of building; : j and his wife were up before him a launched. In the evening a dinner wlIJbe I ,
I services tomorrow. I oystertoday.. Try f hpm.NIC I hav: jnst bvugl
"a I Y' material rvive all the bricks tIll' -- --- -- j I few days ago for selling liquor I given by the Mexican commissionthat I A''I\S'1 LE. : rain a $)) OlIO stol'k "I tt -

will be :' without a licence. They were i is supervising the building of thevessels I Men's Furnishing-, '.
: j the ,campaign; opens; they I t\'ater'ii re lor Chronic C niii|>ation. proven :
y; tlieu. I aud found guilty '!nd the mayor as- at : .) South Pal:if,,\ -
t useful I
; r more Take two cup of hot water half an I
,r., 1! seed a fine of $5iiO;:' each, as follows: You Don't Have to beginning Thur.uLY w
r i. industrial hour before each meal and just before ; : at acrificp prit'.I.j!,: ,
which 'uti li
interest ur f' :1\ a Ian.
t THE kfeut I IIr"
I I #2!jll each for selling liquor on Sunday .
going to bed, also a drink of Call early at L"j lJ-.ut') : I' v
is Florida takes! m the state fairs I and $_'j";: I each for doing business "Ha\in? di-tre8:5in1": pains in head, Drink Boiled Water Thursday and \n1 .-. ,'.r t t. ,
water, hot.or cold, about two hours;;
the le.gilatur ; back and stomach and being with- '
leads to the hope that 1 without a licence, making a total of F. E HK! \ .',
14t t : after each meal. Take lots of outdoor out appeti'e. I beran to use Dr. -
a' ZC will at us next session appropriate
I! eXl."rcbe-w.llk, ride drive. I H.lll() fur the two. I Kinc's Sew Lifp Pill-, write W. P
f a sum sufficient to insure a I It said that there otherclub I Whitehead of Kennedale Tex., and SANTA ROSA SURFBATHING
tk Make is: are :
: a regular habit of this and in (DRINK I I
w .'t .thi r t permanent annual fair. rile advantage : I : that will be investigated. I -oon fplt like a new man." Infallible

', of placing the fair under theaupices j jI many ci-es chronic cou-tipation i in stomach and liver troubleOiilr -. ESTABLISH .

"r4I I I may be cured without the: use of any Nut DiHiii.fd KOI Lif!". !:;c at D'Alpinberte's!
?'' ,i of t! state making a i I It
I medicine.Vbeu a purgative is;; required t storn. II I II F'I-L!' chowder will It. .
fixture: are obviou-. ( "I wa trailed for three year by I __ '
t' -- -- take something mild and ulI.llY eveuiiu. }': .
Z'nu'J doctorwrites \\' A. Greer.MeConiifcllvilie I .MEN W'ORKLD SLICK GAME I
1j j ; ,, I THE editorialtall of the Ocala I I ;gentle like Chamberlain's stomach .., can :irnn:!e to ': n,
I O, for I'll and tilt ,'r frnhniPti'HI .
d been increasedby and Liver Tablets. For sale -
.i Banner has happily by all
r F'i-:ula, but, when all failed Jluck- Impersonating Express Company Em. .,-. dunnir tt.p w? k
i4 f the addition of small sou.Vt dlll and medicine dealer-.
a ,
irgists "
_ le.r- Anuca.he: cured lne in two !""- ';:O :;,, ': : I Thm".:;.. :erlle Ualla' I
s g ; :{ hope it i- but another edition of it- -- -- -- X"'wr*. P-it 1 11.--City',! :t:,.; UHAf ti.J. I
r w- t.k;. Curt' liurit=. l>rui-es. Cut*, \
l '' : sire, in other words we h pelt is a have arrested three ,.
mpn tn
on r hi' _
'j : '
l"Jrn:5.: ?tres. Eruptions salt Rheum.Pileor
I I' chip of the old block which, a- Frank i NEW\ STEAMER INTAMPICO of imporsonatie' express ronrKii.Plov .\' "n I
1;;; \V.A.D'Al-
; no piy. ;3 FINE STATIO.WC .
.II: Harris i- the old bb.t:k, we feel is the -,. It is alleged( the pi';-on. -, I
.berte diu_' M
en -
+ 1 t 4;!; quinte-seuce of guoa wishes lor t'e! : TRADE -tore.- ---- hate> been operating: iwarlv. a \ -.H I II '
and have : T It\" \\r I 'I;
F'' 'I: ; ; future of the yuungster.Id i I secured piopertva'u) ,',< rt t V. '1'hunl! -
: r --- OFFICE READY FOROCGUPANGY :. $2':!: .fnn, "nn'T'\"j! ,:
I Palafox j
street :
"DE.tu&B.ls and republican- One of thorn formerly: tvorl." fran '", -., Fr i: t.- i
The inadequacy: f new of 1.
( -team-hip -apply
should a-iUe afar ap.'s.ibU express ompanv Wth! tt-i "
put p- .
; .
: j .
+ SOON I.' t.l' -:
: .
Belmont ners h*> o'taicp-l hat : ; I'a'r.; white, binEnvi i
r. mere party eou-iueratiuus and work August is i ft''aiu: -!town by plate ar r'j ,;

I'4' 4 I' '._ together in trio endeavor to -ecurejjood I i the fact that principally! on account I -- erlr rlothptl and armed Wit], a -;i.:, I I ," ;f Ill! tarth: T't I IM .| ri|>es' to matt'. .

p'ng book walked about ;" r aiFoni.ru lull Iat!.
town "i
: municipal eminent, whethdemocrat isn': rc:- i P : :
; of her slowness in
: ,, speed and taking: The tini-.iii! ': t''uti'.- to f'f!! com'modious an p\nrp cal! card was seen lId!I." i v..h pr-' to mate-:''. I :u. _
fill ,
; 01 the C Liut "
fi + s :: ; er rt-publlc.t" > I *
::1 and discharging cargo! another vessel oflke C01amand.tucia Ins before a tnrp There was nn':" : !P.'n'...ldt'r", Klai.kbo''1-1'i .
: :. municipal omceome lucky otfE building '
: v-
rViihv! : \ ll trt. "
ohtainlne i
in the '
: had to be chartered to catch par ?ae '.. ilwavon LaiiJ
: 'j up I
ice holder wiotethi-frumthedtrpth- i wharf Mt1t.IW being; made, mercnan 1isp ; ,. I i
; i ,, < which was to !I., -.11:,.[ : ;" .r 1"t"t,1.r-1 1''II.H.:
with the trade.
: '"U :: -Jit *f a luxuriously tufted unite chair. and terms tif the the away !
; I per contract, '.::'. U. 1. i- i: ,.!,
; Tile additional vessel is the steamer I The goods were i
d'sposcd of
'1 ,= WHILE the public will perhaps be ( place will be ready for occupancy 'fence'italeame to a ".: "'., t .r.-1 !fa :(1(.- !: : Ev"ybody haa rur' :

r'3t4; i r relieved to hear that tile bitumiuou- Clinton and her arrival is looked I!I before or on the first day of October. pitctof thit t..nL. I i.;"
I u an tee tdi
for today. Plenty of coal I II k !9 .{ht for it.1'Iay u. :u i-i *
miners'strike stii1 is hand
i iI coal is ended underlying i on '
I The interior of the building is one .
l from tiie Northern Wood -1.:i 11:. n of It.-t\ tiJ chance to get it. ind :
t : It ; their satisfaction is a current I to fill her np at once, and it is probable I Co 1
of great beauty and it reflects favorably ue ID 1'1'ny-liW.-a1llo the xruui core for cou.tu.See : Thos. C. Watson a
s' f # 'j'ti of regret that the brave fight of that I I 1'i. l'\'n t.! :: _. t ,
: employee will work with i have -ome particul .; !Ito
i I ''{ I /i i the miner-, with attending self upon the constructor. Every b..f.re011 bin Furniture : "i '.1 1. u'.i':ki.i' IK.i i :.' t otter just: now ,' :
( alacrity that the"e- -el will
: Mkt denial!? and harahipwas a com ; I derail habeen Liven personal attention S Pryor\ H i- ;j'l u,.= I II I :,' '. II' !.,er. Pi''ij.! :. .'. t' vu to come and n. -'
iht sail: tomorrow afternoon. I are tilt lowptI I You will never r:
# : r plete failure and so fruitleIt the and
1 is by contractor II more d '. i.d rt heir f .(0
auotl.fr in-tauce: where the laborer I The August Belmont has "fooled"' I
i just --
1 built olUce buildic- .
t ; perfectly can !1. "t'.: ind that dt., d.; .
? : is the greatest l loo-er by -tnkes.Ii a lot of people. When she took I .
l i ... ., I up hardly be found in the city. : t, :-'l.hij.z. This weather tn 'l :.:,j
!Iso! ____ I
much time I "
} ; t kJ :t I m"ly be au unseemly comparison I in discharging: ; her t ftEPATIGUflA' '. .t polity '- ,1 -, grits; grow. ) ')"

..j F but the ;general public have: so I maiden cargo of railthe excuse J\'ew Limburger Cheese, 1 trey 1'-,II I- keen cutting Laic

'f. rain forgotten the memory of Ex. i! was offered tint: her hui-tiny ap- :just received at the ..TacobyI : J i and Grant Shear N' .
: l.viry : :
q5c ;
i fit 1 j President McKinley that the first not a Sends Pur/ativt "
t ;: was tint built for haudlin
: paratus Willis Hard/cure
Grocery Co's.JERSEY ,d'. .. ,
t Ct
( : anuiveruyl i t death will piwitnou ,,- S U
I1 It all
rails, but when they mixed in does tl.at ir< quiii d to
up .
N : the notice of the average I' : '. .i a:r. E'c'I"' .
t coil it would be shown she I -timulate .AA..r..AAA.AAbAb1
could tie Linr.er.-
'I his COWS AND ;
ju m. cannot but forcibly prove HORSES.i .' : -J tvt'v :rn :; ,
the bosiurthan the I not be be'iten fir: a- eliminating
li to constant I Lions without overworking _
I .
-: :
t fri t' necessity uf keeping his bu-iuess before : I time was concerned.the i For oaleat lOS West Chase treft. I i .t HAVE YOU NOTICED
# the Liver and Uowels. Aa x !" that is a,if' i. fI
,1' ,, the public through judreioua3i : ha: : had a chance to both Monday, r ept.; 1;j:, a carload of Jersey .Ij )

verti-iug "lest they forget" it, too Cows and yoanj calves: also a fewi I I plea=ant palatable: I. !1..lItt.! I I'.t WHAT IS MISSED HERE'tvvvvvvvvyv
lead and: unload coil and even her j >
----- ---- --
horseIIlw, i
r Hrii.Y, Gtt": but those Tampa crew, or sore of them aim >-tregard: I \V.Tritr"x.JR.. : 4

fr papers, do love each .her. Here isa laxative ITI< Perfect.
her as a bl; Jonah and deride the .
l t sample of their graceful and amor- I For a bJ.j-ta..t", ID the mouth take - --

': bid :hip. Chubf'rlairtornacl) : and Liver f ,. .
t 1 uu; declarationone to another : O tl WIMt :1 t' L'

+ frr..t : ..Itnot itslimy had from under i| It was expected that the IMnmnt 1 ud TabletFor medicine dealer-sale by. all druggists; For eliminating .tie. 1lI.nt'J'I Il
'' Stc l li nth* j..W! !J. '
| ]
I the wall of iulainy it had buiided, would make trips MJ quickly and Typhoid and Malarial Germsfrom "rtutdt'. 1,11.

," l ,1 t and made one heroic pas" HI its adversary carry =<> much coal at u time th- tlienice Fnrnitar ;;o
If You Vut\\ t
( of adamantnre and bleea- the system nothing; t'1' f
from the two other
vessels to PP.\ UR':;. All kinds fJ/ if" i '
ill it hi recoiled into the inner-
; I ---- ------- -
engaged: in the trade could be dipecsed equal it. It i i- a tunic a. Ij i chairs f M l '
roust recesses of us vitriolic cavern. rocking u
with. Accordingly the Sauna Grass Shearsthat will cut alterative it will ". I
humiliated: exhausted anJ foiaken. : ; iu.ir..v.| $ Qiuna's. 1'rne- t'
close at the Willis Hardware I
u ( L The bler w ib,tten." and Pensacoli were withdrawn !* Co's. your health beyond yi nr J i low. _
i and it now -eeni ns if this was bid
!; M' is FUllutl.\ primary law: says the I most sanguine expectation-. .

Gainesville: News, may not be the move on the part of the companyThe I Fleischman'COU1(1res..pd( Yea-t L. Bear & Co.. Wholesale Agts YOU'LL GET THE LAllt<

that rest l clever I coal supply at his fresh daily and kept on ice. at neV Sold Ij All Fiist-ClBS s Pntipsti.
(li thing some people Tampico I \ .."t Florida steam K kery. :*o j P"u.acoi.l. Fl.

"'f r want but it i.. a much better method fallen away below the :i\erifc'p, it I- i cakes for 5 cents or one cake and one frog i tt'otw

t :, of selecting men fur. office than is i Meyer Hated, and for this reason has the ticket hotels for 5 cents. Baker :and letters I is of th uuk--. n.' :'\ .. -

could be, tile convention I supplied in any quantity. .
; plan
i I Clinton been temporarily chartered. -- F. B. BRUCE A".t the rla : t
Perhaps no in-created system is Ball time.tC.. t., : .
Bearing keen ,
ut- .
f free from defects or could be entirely t"dtlnerv! rl! -

freed from them but our primary I You must have good yeast to make 1 ting Lawn Mowers, at the glad to pu-t .>". .'

ft t t 1f1 x !vtem-!srood as it is-ha- one defect I steam buckwheat' ..lktrel1 cakes. The Flei-chman's West Florid 1! 'ilhs Hardware Go's Coe's Book! StilIYOU'll \-
I i in the S rU ad th1 tic !
that can and should be, remedied. Cxmpre--ed Yeast two cakes, or one Evryti p a u.9
: .
We refer to its provision for a majority cake: and one ticket for a nickel. Cleaning ladies skIrts a: waistis
ji. I one of OT specialties. r'r' Latin INTERESTED
j rule which renders second I BE
: I -- -- -----
II __
provision necessary. If the plnraijty I Guns, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Bicycle and
F 2n." -suss'tat'tts.QrC'S C.A.STOR. ': ..A. -t i: ther. .
rulehould be adopted in manv t: -
r'i,) one Bet:. tieFoiey's i"0: P "dYJ I 1's3iS, Bicycle Sundries, Edison Phonograph and Music. .-. You'll: '1. .
} primary ouid take the place of two SI/d SIPDOH111f11
1bt' Bi: with thetyi! *- I.i W
muentxpensewoulibesvoaiedthepeople : ? Z:+ Hammond and Other Typewriter Typewriter fupplie' *. All Kinds of I books are pri'jt-- ,s
i t10l ,
a .ttrSU1f _
Harr IJ tt1lmJ"t"q W'.t .
Repairing. Lack and Key Fitting.
would be fully as sure to get q-noJoq1'ltlnOJJ I easily n>ad 'T' -
s M aitua3[ 1tltsdn.d"C ; High-Grade Hammerless Guns for of Fresh I .
Kept K-nt-IBig Supply Shells. .
'i! :
*qj jo The kind of-) >
the men they" -'nt in office and the uoinjixii; ou 'wojmoosTp JQ

( {l : system would be a greater blessing Kidnr / Cure all at Low Puces. to buy and read

+ I to the state 1 U/l1d adJ8 ON JUkes kidntn and l. ides i ht 15 South Palafox Street. Coe's Book .storr.iiIi'



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o aTER.ER. EXCITEMENT W. C. O'NEAL President; F. C. HORTON, Cashier; ,
t1p .. J. FOSHEE,Vice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. ; t

fret 'Nor/ anti Specialty Refinishing Furniture a SERIOUSJJARGES i IN WEST END ![ AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK : !

PbCU:10: 405. I I,

watl'hmul./'r. Manufacturing Jewelerand 1 'i Designated Depository of the United States. k
Condensed Statement at the close of business Aug. 21, l00'
(IS saiitk r.Uto %t.. nutoU. FU I

I report of a murderous assault RESOURCES. t
The fate of Charles Johnson,the LIABILITIES. J .

:l third with a stick razor and hatchet was I Bill Receivable .... .. .. .. ..... ..... .. .. $350,403.13 Capital Stock ...... .... .. .... ... ...... .... $200.000.00)
negro member accused of burglary Demand Loans. ..... ... ... .. .... ...... .... a.972 74 rurp.lu.s.Fund. .. .. .. .... .... .. .. ...... .. ... 10,000.00 } 1
: is now with the jury the trial transmitted to the police station] Overdrafts...... .... ...... ..... .. ..... ... 169 M Undivided Profits.. .... .. .... .... .... .... 10,242.94

NEWS NOTES : about 10 o'clock this morning. U. 8. Bonds and Premium... .......... .. 7.171.b7 Circulation... ......... .. ...... .... .... .. .. 1! ),(X"O.OO ,
I having been concluded at 1 o'clock Stock::; securites, etc... .. .... .. .. ..... 2.625.00 Deposits ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 390,463.71
this afternoon. Evidence The story came out when a party Furniture and Fixtures.-..... 6.71S.48 r

against .. .. .. .. .. ... ...
>--'--' went to the station and made [. R. !Stamps .. .. .. WM I
\;; I him is very conclusive and he said war. Cash and Exchange. .. .. ..... ... .. ..... 153256.70 I
.1 i II'% na=* just received a ship,1 himself rants against Florida Simmons; and --
that he expected conviction. -
new Limburger cheese. 1 Maria Simmons, white people livingin $$710,706 $710,700.65
information as filed against j!

Johnson charges three separate and the western city limits.It 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. J r

mi the excursion on the is charged that Florida Simmons
distinct __
tOundayafternoon.. Boat crimes, either one of which
l ;"I attacked Maria !Simmons witha < H I
1'alafox wharf at 2:30. will upon conviction send the negro i j
stick and razor, and that Maria S2521 Prices
{ :ief J. Oeo. White enjoyed' up. The crimes specified are the |lYlakeItExpensive
'I Simmons, acting on the defensive,,
'ular, monthly leave of 4S hours' buying, receiving and aiding; In the J
got hold of a hatchet and drove her
'.ty. l II-;avmg in his place As- concealment of stolen property. In j : I

I"' II.f Bicker. assailant away, not, however before -TO-
charge to the jury just before dx. J Jm
the latter had belayed :\ with a
:' "- iii.{ht! The opera house the noon recess Judge Blount called .
formidable weapon which she A. m
Don't miss the funniest
,1l" .Trade Elsewhere.I
particular attention to the offenses
.i. ily ever put upon the i ikF.ldJen' i grabbed and used freely. 1 .
charged in the information and in- t'S252S22S Z52525252S2S2hOCR
\ ,; How of ; i( The parties will be arrested as I
i'- it Coe'a. FlI.t'j formed the six men that a finding of''iI i .

: : plaza: has grown upi 1 I j any one of the charges would bringa I the warrants this afternoon. I MATERIALS> '.VVEAHAKLES been lavisn and exclusive.! Every department i!, rapidly putting

IK! to make it all sentence upon the defendant. i on its Autumnal hue The hand and brain of our large force is eager to muke your shopping here
UDi-1 Stolen From stories reaching the station, I' both pleasant and profitable. Our modern method of buying and fllinyr of reliable! ulerel'iidise are provendenlon.tratiuns I
tiiis morning put property, con-Uting of silverware '
: I that this tore is where youMould: do :O'curlwrrlU .
it i is inferred that the entire ,
proceeding "
: machine to work and i revolvers! and a saddle, all of | N

: .' ;rtty chauge.i I I which were found where John-on1! is the outcome of trouble of longstanding 1 SILKS. : DRESS GOODS. w t tI

the two Simmons
,i are still busily en- resided, were ued as evidence. j I I t

1 uiuiyiugtne new ladies I, At the conclusion of families who are neighbors and BLACK TAFFETA inches wide;; elsewhere I ETTAMIXE-5-L': {: ine'i.! wul.( ....!IIr" K"igP i ,

\h rnoiiiv etc., at Nick i JOhnon's'l who are at dagger points with one, | Sl.L'5 the .ard.t'\pt.CI.tl here. . . . .. .$l.UU I irayaldtall.tH..lIl1uttHIl: -worth S1.2i per II

-1 utraut. When it openst I'j trial, the cases against \ I another. I iif.-IXCH BLACK TAFFETA-worth a quarter I yard, Special . .. . . . . . .$l.OO

., will be the swellest graham for grand larceny and receiving -I I the O TRICOT WAISTINO-ColiT-. pink Nileirreen
When the storm broke this morning more yard ppcllI..I. I : garnet and bi,ick. per yard.. .. .. .. Hoc
.' k.d: in the South.; stolen property was called. ) I
nil'I it was said the entire neighborhood MORAE :SPOT; AXI> STp.Il'J:n ANTIQUEExARMURE NOVELTIES-The :sew dres suit
u ili merchants are The trial did not proceed owing to i II : clusive Waists :Silks; colors, Special per yard f 1:& I material nat blue, cadet and cu-tor exclu-

fall the absence of two material I'' for blocks around were all in a i *ire pattern-: per yard. .. .. .. .. . . .. .|1.26
MI: and marking new | wit- all "
? COLORED TAFFETAS- popular fthvlesby I
A will ooube olleieJ atj j nesses and it will be called at 2:30:: I ferment of excitement, and a cry of"murder" I I yard .. ... . . .. .. ..nIC!) GUc, 73c and ".W SILK SHIRT WAISTS-Hiil: : hue new Fall
Waists, all color- .. . .f:a.00 to f>3.00
Watch the advermi I being! raised was passed;;
i e'- o'clock this afternoon, to which hour PEAUdeCREPE-the popular waist silk WiO I FANCY'FLVETS Black Red and flue

.: -if Tits X.ws for au- { the court took an adjournment. ; from lip to lip causing :a great deal I the yard quality ppcial.l 25' grounds per yard . . . . .. . ..... 75c

S !11- special sales. I of excitement over a comparativelysmall f
I The first thing this
I'Ai'. J Trio-Mrs.l Emma Otr-I was and unimportant affair. I EARLY FALL WAISTINCS. I GALLOONS AND ALL-OVERS. F
I hearjng tne argument of a motion
i .lard. Miss Corrie Route ,, .! The parties will hold a rehearsal! Siberian; Walstings. .. :.....'..e yardA complete line of KMrnalure- fall, jrowne
Kate llou-e will be the by L. E. Brooks, Ejq. to quash an anti Mick
; -
I' cream ecriie : price yard 10c to $1.06
I before Mayor Jones in the morning VicagausPastellestripe.: . .. . .. .. lucyard ppr
i ,', it the opera house Mou- information against :ri. L. Driver a PERCALES-One Ul... Wind-or Percales; I2'c_;

:Miss Corrlc U.jue has I negro, arrested for carrying areIpeatin II I and the trial will not bi devoid of English Flannelettes for dressing ,;:!rclue". luc yard I value per yard: . . . . . ... . .. .ioc

I : iDiisandj of people by l interest.
s pistol. without a license I
wflhtliu;{. This will lie I Mr. Brooks- maintained: that the' -- -- W. J. & B. FORBES.

-t I musical attraction of I $
=seats at Coe's. act of the legislature: makinga HARBORED AVICIOUS I
Iha I I I
license compulsory was unconstitutional ._
I - -- --
lost elasticity be- I
hlood !ia- lo-t vitality since it did not permit ; DOG If Yuu Buy 'fit .t.l a* the Uoston * protpct-I
d Sir-ai .irill.1 will re- a man to carry means: of I 'THE WEATHER

inir himself as granted by the federal ---
Biggest Shoe Sale of the Season t'

constitution. The motion ,
was i
CAPT. \WIDCERY overruled, Judge Blount holding i, NO OLD SECOND HAND STOCK IN THIS SALE.
the act to be a good one. POLICEMAN. I! LO'ESTIOrCH..

NOTED WORKER Tin- was a peculiar and technical Local 1 For..CiKiU'rtonielitbower* i j i Here are some price* :

I 1 quBftion. Driver carried the I to nlijht and Sattirdiv : frsu to bn.k 1 ladies' Oxfords III Ideal Kids, Patent I... then and Vie! Kids, nil our t
-- .- pistol Ellen Terry had a Miull: but terrifying !' north wiQd. new this year's styles and sold for $;?. during this 'al.-. $ .IO.
in plain view strapped abut: hiswaist. -\Ilmir I/idies' Oxfords and Coloni'ils in Ideal Kid and Patent Leatherand
i WiJ.'tiv; ,: the Salvation ; dog tied up at her home on i I Vici Kid. which old all "
1:1 I ; a-on at $2 50. at tinal! for $1 17x.
The law that he Temperature in Last 24 Hours:
wn! >-e In-niquarteri are in'v : specifies West Intendencii street so long i Maximum. .. ..... .... .. ... idrgrrra ', Our Ladi"s' SJ Oxfords in all itmpe-. Patent Leather. tip, stock tip
: tr.ust have: a license for either ride l Minimum .. .. .... ..... ... deKrt'I'S ', heavy and luhtole-. now H 1 l>
.1 i tint who I l.ibeen in this I' that the rope cut the animal's neck. l Thp. are onlv a f<.w .if tii"' lining -j>r-ci I tl pru f- we 'I,ir" offering dome /
or pistol and must also give a bond. II The woman's "eompas.-ionate" na- Temperature Elsewhere : and be "I/vlllcni !.. tinb<. t pial"| to liny !tnyli/ \ .cl.ii.ioiwcar for the
.t: r.'i tw Jiy-. ju great: Chris- I

MI w .'rkr old has to his credit the I Neither of these were had by ) ,tu-e overcome Wednesday and Atlanta .... ..... ..... ...... ...flax.. 7r bltn'nttltuarck ... least money i- atBoston_ '_ _, _. J Ji
:d :
vr-inii ..f nearly Oath) souls in she let the savage animal: free, allowing i I I l'bh'11 ... ... ...... .00. 'r= !ilIcincinnati l
Yesterday afternoon wmpwu., : .. .. ...................... "t r,1 i I,,
11.t It.ilie-and other southern ; j it not only privilege of her IhaiV'rston........ ... ... ......... ." 7, Shoe StoreTIIAN
the second burglar was convicted. | Huron .. .. ........... .... lit 24Jacksancdln ;
't i 11"-t premise--, but that of the street also. ." .. .......... .... .. "! 7iKanastty.
It is expected his sentence will be I ._....... ..... ..... .. nn {'',
!LI" tivcon-, all of whom are I j In a short while after being on Keywest "n", .... ...... ..... .." 74Mempbis \ .\ G. r< ) K( 'Ilii31iif: : Piopriclor.Leaders .
the heaviest of the entire ..... .......... ........52 filI
ued in Salvation Army work I gaD? {the street the dog attacked a 5x- I Mobile ..... ... .. ...-..... .... ...1<1 isMontgomery'
Frank Tolbert's trial has been I ............... ......... s2 114. of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street.
: all of whom are meeting with year-old white child aid buried its 1 Sew lriraad. ............. ...... .." i /
postponed until a week from today j ', :to rw York .... ..... .. .... 71 NIavannab
,teeth in the calf of the .., ,
dillereut fields little one's 1 .. ._ r; I
t i'.h-.UCCLin.ri Tolbert aid this afternoon he exi I leg By force, people standing near ,! lit. LOUIS 74 -- NE\V I% ORLEANS COLLEGE OF POABlliCy.A M

peeled to catch puui-hment of the |fought the dog; off and prevented the ,
't{LUnVid..ery himself is a mauictive
most severe nature, but he w as satis-1 (child from being injured further. MARITIME. !oil liiinl Iff I'li.irnm)' <(<"dlll'lI'll li\ "" rlllI.; !IMS"
: eloquence and his open
fled in serving terms when he knew The I nml.l..t"l'lHlr.Hbiif LfCturc.. with l.aliorntiry In-t.' -tmti> MI I'll AKiLII'1'CIli:11: -
.ddt! ,- to scores of people onl | Terry woman wa> arre-t"d ISTI'\ UilfANI'liysiul K.\ and :\1 IKKlA: %MKUK Arnpln H'jU'PUl"lIt' emn-
he was going: to the penitentiary not ': inojiou' timkliug. with. iii'tru-tion ina'is HinuiHutl pmnu-ni in Its ....,,,... Aryl .<... r
'Str.'c.t Last night was iHn and charged with harboring; the vicious KXPOKTH i I MOD t*''in.Oct II' t .....- "';'lf-..-ion 7.;aiil7'7.'.\ i'SI HKhl; NF.W oHL ;.\:>>M.LA. I I n
alone. For Htptml. to date 1111'! ,.T1 I ,
animal It
the first
was caeof
-: re-pectful atttutiou. Later I
later The jury came in this the kind tint ha <'I.IARI.U.i i !'
'in,' attention was given I 11 cone under the I I DEATH FROM PITE' OF FLY. i ll
i (il'r">, Scot adJitioiml cargo for IcnoB, Hotel Camden
afternoon with verdict --
a auiust'j:
: ':? .v' barracks when be made i judgment of the: present mayor, and I :!;II tmik "..,:,...phal.. roei..4': gate 'Pt. tur- Brooklyn Man Contracts Bleed Poison
p..uun" ; pt> oAk -IHTHHU! I7"aKr !
.1 \\'. |II i address. His visit was j Johnson of guilty of receiving stolen |he thought;: it wise not to mllict punishment I u 11al,1 lutditlnnalcargolurtiuth ir.g from Insects Sting.;
property. 4 I:':! hu- .. h..l&l. \alu>-JI.M. N.'w'orit. .S.-n I 11.-UitU n ,li\ u VMIU'A .\ I. \ B UI.\ ,
: j providing the woman would Nor bk Ellrzer.Il.Jobtt.-n. by Skinner
I I1
.1 l.j tie: loc.il army workers -- -- --- :\1 ri( Co. fcr Buenos Ajrei, with liT..r i i tt lIy taro 4eek, ai" (Iit01g.. I..wdhuhi.of I.i I.
I s have the animal killed. I lumber, \alu. *7,".7IT : Is Now
i to the
Open Public
.1 1":1 I ine number of people I j jt A Clair m'huY' I II Brooklyn is fit ad The |thyH':tams- j ,

t. t mutate in hearing: him..i i A curious custom formerly prevail-i She promised to do si and offered \ I1tAKA\TI\E.:! :! I, prcn.in ;' it an fxtraonltna.y ( .
-- '- injr on St. Nicholas IlaJ'a the tl!Ice- |to bring it to the police station for Nor "hipm"'ncl\. I L'4.S, Ojirtsen. Cape I I.ip. Ihusft w&b bitten on the tliiinili! j I IIi di r the In inij ttl 'ilt'ifI .

learn I, than of a l lit\ lu mniiitiin\ the state: I Ton to lvn.4L'ila LunihTCo I of his right hand. Ttm-f rays! !a:"-rswduug I' I
nr O'r & "ty : slaughter. The marshal told her Kr "- 'Iand..r Inv>-utor. :'jjl. IVrry
5\ '-Low'. uHIIIS4tl'P has'', and authority of a !bishop. for which! \ : togo Rio .IsniTO to h i. HoA CuTHE began and) Fir> a
!.I// .ir siitj yt"' r' by iuithon.ol 'i JIII-IMKI' he was clothed in rich! episcopal > j after the animal: and bring it at I doctors declared! the! fit !1..1*- hail ra.- I ,

'..r iM.'ir! rlilldreu while t"l'tlllng.j I rolM- and wore a milcr. I ear : once to the station. Mieobeyed and SHIPPING.VKSKl.S poJ toj! po:rioiiinx. 1\'Ij"!J they could; I "f Pentcol.i, Florid'i. s .

,,,,' "'i. It ollth"8 fan ('olt.t.u\ ihf statutes of St. 1'aul's tot i'h<'ok. and the victim uud III ':1'> at
".IIII'.I\III&Y8 alll"uD.curt'8 Chllll'l I Iiti ,I 'lionl.! 'xpr""b' onliin that "his was back before court adjourned ; IV TOUT i, a ;on.v. RATES REASONABLE r i

.. hot remedy for l>mrrhof : M-liol.-ir! > should every CliiKIeniias Un- She dragged the frightened dog I !oTE"II..III"S.: : Llndhurst was 56 years old and ir .
'S. I'IH little .utlercr Imuij ;, Br Fort Dale, 44. I'mkdam. to W L I 'bo! ,
poor i notcutday Inh' to Panlis chnrclie 1 1iiiul upstairs and allowed it to lay at her \Vttica.t:: lo fairly good Juaith h-torc h<- was hit i By : Diy, Wek or Month.
by DruKgistslnevrry! earlI lM-ir the ch\hl I ln-hop's sermon! 1: Xor Hydra Kil. Oabrn-le, to Hulf TrlOo- I ten !
dvr cent bottle 'feet to await Table Funn-hed! with the p.est the
I l I'w. nty- and a completion of the sit t.opI&n
.mil after be at the ;Iijcli mti'-se
sk for ":\1 rs. Wlu.low'd Hooth- i :- Ida. Simi.raao, to GuU Transit Co I l Market Afford-.
",hI :akr un utb..r laad. I ei ich of then alter a penny to the seiou.Vhile sitting there Ex- I'.r Host-Held in"*. Cms.p, to iVnaacolaLurahfr Boer Generals at Amsterdam. ,

,, "-|1'\'. |hI., \i'.sliop., On :NoK{. 1.-':;'i. the Policeman Butler sat down in frontof Er Kotherfleld.Co' l"l::. Chandlnr, to VfKywr Ii Amsterdam Sep 11.-Th.- U-'f ; Public Patronage Solicited.

bAY Ili"I.,.p of London ordt'red that all the Co i generals Rotha Dewi-t and IWarevroiapaniel -:. I :
EXCURSION her and the cur grabbed ban Aaatanderino,1.14. Knurrolo,to W i; '
dHlI'\.IIt' in his iliiH'i'M-1 should! plwt angry l. M'rsVolmarei Free Sample It )oms.i .
Kt5> r Co > >a7."es .
!I"I Ii l i-lio >s to lake part in procesj j j him the I !
NEXT SUNDAY'IP ', | by leg. .H'''!!. : .els and Ritz. arrived he.. today i Sundiy) hates: Mad to TravelingI
Meniti the >tre.'U of tie! 11h4rtll.ols.! j HU heavy: shoes prevented the It biulta K. !*:. Ruton. to Kiisftsco Uros { from The Hazue and were given A I Men. ". '
I With the ri e of rrotest.'liltisui this: j I HAKK1i htaly w. l crone Rprd
:, r Knterprne will takE' '; 11,,ciiou( waMipprcsMMl.. lint the Lain 'teeth from cutting the skin. The i It Blc.STI, OI<"HH, to Parodi A Co dress General n.-a-ey) ing ad to an id- t .
he anti
Nor } liwr.7 toordnrNor
..1-1-[ to the Life Saviuel I :)lillll'lI1 was a continuance under an- woman was: ordered to take the dog I'\lgurd.III'I.Oln..rnd\ toU H Boyer his ('()1Ie:1ln'!: t. did! rot come here In I Thos. C. Watson &; Co., .

'ind.ty.! leaving 1'alifox ,1 oilier form. The "IH>' preacher"! was ,down to the turnkey aid it was soon i the ot.arac-tfi' of politi'-al p'rf'or.a. I the leading Real Estate Agents take '

'':. --! in.in .p.uts in.01thp Surf bithi.iif beach I! known in inliinl: :: l fore he came from ifterward shot de id. It'a quite !; 'TP.CLEAKSD .AND HMLKU KOK fSV but sorely: to obtain[ a>.-)"tance for d-< I all the worry off the shoulders of the ,

!j America.-Uoml..ii I'lm-unle. SACOLA.t titute Boer owner* of property, the
ft lit-. vicious und made a "grab" at several -t fanilli I manage
REED i I. STEAMSHIPS. I -- rent of their hoiind the col
J. E. people before it was finally
Manager. A Ma'tter of Form. | Firth of Forth. Br. sid Antwerp :Sept t\ A Ciiiiirniinif'alionMR. 'lection of their rents u- con .cifn-
"}lops she wear corsets through DP- i placed in the pound. I l.AKKS. j tkiuely! a* they would iritrrnelTes.

CLOTHING N'sMlty?" NAVAL HfOUKM B1AKHKT.imported I 1 Arduow: ( ..r, III': <. std Antwerp July lit EDITOR-Allnw me to speak a j, Their char.,.,. are very reasonable.
AT I nvorlt. Nor,-vi. at Par J ulytrltdna few words in favor of Chamberlsin'sCough
of form. i
i i "Xo. Itt s merely a .
( $ Ferran. It. 14 liar>ton Sept 4Monan
-Town Topics. I Dally for The yews b) t't'n'acola. l t.\o'I?. Id Genoa I( 21 Remedy. I suffered for three ffL I) 1 m I'TH--P. for the ;
LESS THAN COST -- -__ Union Naval Store C'.. 't No, at Buenos Ayrr -\ng" I years with the bronchitis and could i l I [IU nPU I.rice .-vi'r-.1J, \ here.
L'niao hort. -\&1. at Oporo Aog 11 lllU UOjl I
I kinds of Furni- SOSIS.tfH ..HII .. not ;sleep at nights. I tried several O M. PrvorSave .

: Tl.ur-day' will utTer' MM f Pnrgp1SAll P at nearly ct I. _. .. M ..S d....... .-.. tl '<> t.J Spirnr. Br I?**. at Troon Aug li doctors and various; patent m-Ji- c .LL ITQI.1LL: .
.' '.''81 South Pulafox street I 1 : make room for *'G. 8V i. .. 1 iff1S : -. Kupbirni.a. it. !:<>. bid Hamburg Aag!: Irt cine. but could get nothing; to giveme dears the its L'Y: wm 91 ; 3t t t
w f. .tf Clothing: :hoes! '', new *tock.Fleichman's. __ ..... ... ... 1 &, K. .. t.._._ 1 ::r:1. I -- -- -- -- ll.1 f
i "!digs etc.. at just what: I St.. ... .- .. : ">. E. .. 1 :ro'i | I will repair your watctes and any relief until my wife gut a tuI #

." form;;. Greatest bargains Compressed Yeast.1 K.- ... 2e' D _.. 1 -,?.. jewelry in first-class! style. J. I j l bottle of thi valuable medicine rI .-l I .
I ( i which
t lere. fresh, daily and on ice. at theet ........... completely relieved me,- --' -
i..... ..... ... 1 -' L below l ; .. ,V. fo'. RK'H'KMAN
| Bl2'nell.111.' :
F. E. BRAWXER.iiest Florida ::Steam Hiker '
: T.UBPIS.TI51-V -
i This remedy is for sale by all by buyingyour
druggists ; Hooey 1
\ ;
You; can get your house i aad medicine dealer ;i
line of sterling silver1 I IL | furniture
Crab nets and Ashing
t' J silver novelties is to be Fishing tackle of all kinds furnished complete at MarI ; I at Marston $ fjuina'sGreat .

,'J I. Stephens'. Prices to and good crab nets at the I tackle to suit everybody, at I ston # Quina's on easy payments '.I Foley's Honey and Tar I Furniture Empo- 'I i
Hardware \
.' a, i Willis Ilardwaer Cos. the Willis weekly monthly. i I torchildren.safe.sure. No opiates J rium. :

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: Pills I. Unconditional Surrender by Strikers
Will only Bring Settlement. 1

Tamaaua, I'a.. Sept U.-The U'
-- liniment bottle and flannel stnp are
high Coal Navigation company) t--
familiar in t
objects nearly every housdw,1.:
This popular remedy never fails to [Original I that of the strikingmen
day claims more
They are the weapons that have been used for ;\\m ..
effectually cure I am a bcilT maker by l tr.uli aiid I work No
have returned to troops
generations to old .iml! .
fight Rheumatism .H: ,, i
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick a* tht"BiHfi.il work I haxiisuallx.' were :sent out from Manila Park this about as effective in the battle with tins .;i.lI1t

Headache, Biliousness I.i"en 'ucag.d: in i i- repairing: Must : morning. Although a number of striking disease as the blunderbuss of our forefathers f "dI

t And ALL DISEASES' arising from a I Hi.t.iue. whin at work Labt.en sp.'iitiiiMdcthe t t ,, men gathered on the streets. the would be in modern warfare. f' ', -

t Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion : iron <'} Under. People biougn' t tt ; nonunion men were not interfered Rheumatism is caused by an acid four

pit The natural result 'Is food apatite iiio frt'll1I'llt'UltIl't with all)' pal tic' I with. i condition.of the blood. It is filled with acrid i irritating ni.ttL ..

t and solid flcBh. Dose small; elegant. ul.lr danger: tXIU' I INVUIUC/.IHless iniiroxidii. I I OScials of the Lehigh Coal and Navigation in the joints muscles and nerves and liniments mina! :'- : '

s1 }y sugarcoated and easy to swallow. 1 .;!! against; it. The danger; in ARE company the Philadelphia and else applied externally can dislodge these gritty, (ioiToihn! t ....

Take No Substitute. being inside a builer: or boiler casing: :: I' Reading Coal and Iron company an 1 I ,,deposited! there by the blood and can bu reachtd only tl:.r -

is that Mime one will "fire UI'" without YOU A the Pennsylx-ania Coal company nJ. Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieve tensporari'.v :

Gf SEI;.\I. FltKNCH SCHKMLKFollowiinj : gixiiig you a ihatiiv to get out. Cut: it COMING ,: cute the idea 01 concessions! baiui : pains but these are only symptoms which are li:.hle to II' ..

MOTHER 1 granted:: the striking miners. They say change of the weather ; the real disease: lies deeper the !.:. .
always fcceiatHl tu me that the constant I
i? tile -ch' dule ->f the I :1 : that if a settlement is made it must are infected. Rheumatism cannot be radically mind pin .1'( .

I government etP.imer General French noise attendant upon lioiK-r repairing\ ( f L it' ARE YOUEXPECTANT be on the basis: of an unconditional I i until the blood has been purified, and no remedy does tl.--! -

t which THE NEWS pants for the would! "ketp the outside world adxiscd 2MOTHER'S ; surrender on the part of the strikers. and promptly as S. S. S. It neutralizes the acids and s. .

benefit of the merchants w.ohip! of the repairer'spiesence' withiu.Hl, FRIEND \, These officiate all claim to be In doss of rich, strong blood to the aficcttd; ; ..

their jjoods to thearious army so it would if the noise Were kept' Up. [ i touch with President Baer and say i dissolves and washes out all freign K, :
t po-ts, : One morning; I was called UIHUI to repair ,
Leaves l'en..col" ... ..._. ..... 7:0il a. m. the toilers ot a large iron teamer. makes childbirth easy by preparing the j I they know what they axe talkir : sufferer obtains happy relief front tin ', : : "
+ braves Kiirranciis. _. ..... 7'i<1 a. m. ; system for parturition and thus shortening < about i J S. S. S. contains no potash or 11! < :
i Leaves Ficltn .... *:oo a. m. the was to ;go on her regular trip the i I labor. The painful ordeal is robbed of iu is blood,
Leavrl larrnnCIH ..00 10:13*. m. next day, and it was es-tiitial that the terrors, and the danger lessened to both I A committee of citzcns! representingthe a perfect vegetable p..-- : -
Leases l't'ncola .. .. .. .. ...19:15 a. m ] exhilarating tonic. Our physicians will a1itise. \\itN'it
People's Alliance left here for
1 job shoul 1 ,tlllished in au ,'. UnfortUnattl I mother and child;the time of confinemenl
S9 Arrives KarrnncHi 11:10 a m. and then I write about their and will send free .
s.it.f.: U I
F { makes a trip to turl McKeo and then re- ;. i Lad just !lad such anotlur job. ': is shortened, the mother: rested, and chilij Harri-shurg[ today where they will hoi:'1 se, we our ; :c. r: i 1I
n tarns to liarraacita. : and its treats-,'ut. THE SWIFT SftCIFiC CO. AI'J.f.J :
and _
conference with
fully developed strong healthy. a Governor Stone. to
work without
and had 11-11 at
Leaves Karranca . ... 1'la p. m. any
i \a I LfiiVfS Pickt-ns ... .. 1:5: p. m. Mifli) for txxeUx-four hours. I went Morning sickness or nausea arising
Li-avc P..iiMicolit! .... 4:9) p. m.LeBTi'S from pregnancy, is prevented by its use
.3 l1 Pick'-n ..._ .r>:15p.: m.Arriv I into the ste.iuier's hollers at s o'tioekin As pregnancy; adxanccs, the breasts enlarge : LARGE CARGO OF ARMS. I, --
'f .". H rrnnrn5:.t>> p. m. and makes i tn 11I't! ulu;:. and at uiidnuht.: ,'li become swollen 1 hard. .
Mcl> and an Long nnkf- the Rubber all .
trip; to f return Foley'* Kidney Cure LOse, \J
r al! on board except the watchman Wire child is Gunboat Will Carry Munitions of Warto I :
1 the before the burn they are :
t 'l; OD \vt'Jtll'-alJd-Iturd.l\"i1: : : ; prcpar- I dieased kidneys sound HI they will
4 boat wi'l:I leav., -}>jrriiitas via'I'lckt'D a.I'p. 1 gas still at xvork. 1 had xory i lIng for the: secretion of, m.lk. A is imi*>rt | Colombian Troops.. I| elimite the poisons from tike blt tid. the i Willis Hardn'iI
f; for IVns'if: ,1-\! at fi;:3I: it p. ni. i| in-arlv finished! when 1 was HI tired; ant that they receive cJc"-: ( attention. Pan Francisco Sept.: 11.-Tho steamer \V. A. D'Alemberte,121 S. Pabfox.I .

+ Tle': (ienerul: Kroiich i Is fur army th.il I laid tn 1'. st 'before puttini: in the Mother's Friend softens vlie skin and Jt.--t' C. Banning under charter to I i I I lrnwOne.urc: I., n" .

o purpo-e* Lilly and ti y ,'iit-idi-r ma-t I '.1-1 nxeta mal sat down fur the ,",.11"I' facilitates the secretion of Life Fluid.Lndeveluped Olombia'i! : government as a gunboat I '''can obstinate coal |IL-. .,1.. .

I f1 1 dV.- a (pa-" fr.-m tlniu.trteruiatei I.'...... breasts, hard-caktd shortly j is to take on her armament in Pocket cutler and scis- j You will have pruifi : .
.1.,. ,. iit-r. after delivery are the result of non.
J o l'a- ;: 4) i j I That was the last I had of coliseums.. treatment, and likely to culminate io I tins (port and the v'ssplm sail soarh II sors from the finest to the i cower garden? if ti: t ..

!I in-1- till 1 heard a shaip rlaim. < ire.ith'MXens Mammdry Abscess, from which so many I j( with a large cargo of arms and ammunition [ own ground. Your /.1.I Ii .

STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE : I bad gone to sleep: It was !' suffer excruciating pain and are left with for the South: American epuii- i cheapest at the Willis borne and he can u, .:

a limn It.;.-. a rire had been 'btnli. and the | these organs permanently impaired. [Ilic to use in fighting the rebels. When Hardware Co.MIUWIKKKV. I though he may tin j; :
i Softness pliability and expansion are given to i :very woman want .1 .
noise! I had h'arnIS the furnace : I
the I
the muscles and sinews thus Imnginj comfort ,, steamer which is due todaB. -- I I own, and if she will h.ix. .
t. } Between I'i'u"al..la and Milton-1J.>alHum. U'xir dung; Slut after the lighting of end fau-irif an easy '- ue of the child. Try it. i: rives, she will probably proceed directly : -! Tho.C.Watson
Of Our hook "Motherhood" free < & Co..
JruRRi-ts : 1.0.
the! lire / ) I
y. Ilatly 1-\1'1: :O-1I"'ay. I to the Sar.ta: Fe wharf where she
THE BRAOFIELD REGULATOR: CO., ATLANTA CA. | leading: Real Estate. A .'
1 d.d'i't: need time to lieeonie thoroughly i The undersigned take-this methodof
j t "CITY OF TAMPA." : is to take on her war cargo. can show;; her how ea-... .' .
; :t w..kl'. The ins-Unit <>t M If I I illennsr: l her serVice as a I
K j Collector Stratton says that In tinabsence one.
ttm d 3.i Lv Milton .. ',' im L\'I'.u'acol..I."lpm' preservation was quite enough; to ac- fir-t-jlAss iiceiied midwife haying -
dd At Pensncolav.uani Ar Milton 'S.tUpm' ,'olui.h! that. Seizing! a h.tmnier. 1struek I me {.J put in. :Si-izinJ: ': a sli-dp'! :: I of any instructions to the coi- : had So yearexperience.. I -
> t r$,p raiv.-Me, Round trip.fl .miCleanings lustily on the iron eating. The rushed to tit j'l.itc \\htrt1 tit ,.,' rivets trary from the officials Washington. Can give best of references: from i Buy a new gar efrom /:-,. 'f

I| ut-i-f nil "in:":: and U':..::aii t" rain; : MOWN the Jessie Banning will be allowed leading;: physician- this city. .
doubtless.! hate heardme the Willi; liar "
r :' uM.n| the iiljuito inakta hreaL: Had to land and: to take on the munitions:; MRS. M. OIDDEN" I : 'A
had he not out of the boiler
= of thetunl .** gone
"Mot* j I time I iiiiuitt suct-iH'd but the place of war now lying at the wharf. Th:,' I lit lUKouthDeVilhersHt. i Company.
Tl.! v.ird vtd\e." !ud to room as soon us ho had lighted the lire.Ilow I
a.ip;> n "
was tilling with steam and I must Colombian insurgpnts have not been
1 v he.'i-T t-.i a H.I'I.! seems t\l'lt'l of almnt could Le have liceu so carelessas
i i soul perish from t-t-aluin Girt;:' a recognized by this government. I T OR. MOFFETT'S Cures
H w not to himself! that the | Ctolera-lcferiHi! !
; # i tin 'in-- ;.se ..< the article to which the assure repairing y
I few last Mows, I renounced all Lope, II LK Diarrhcxa.Dyicnttrv
had ended and the repaireruoiifV 4n i-L
ll.-li' :- iii'j!; jibed. f..r whllo the -- -
I vxiwctin.r momentarily to fall a-Min:: I II / the Bov el troubk.
A ,ril, I -i-I a n.ir.e!: hall an existence in Il oul>tlfss he l.alllot'II"! on duty Captain S. A. Smith Dies. .x
i the hot iron when I heard the raspingslund E31 tJd ,a Children of An, ti ,
; t ;, f'.I'U'h! !: it wits used in a differentis'ih in the morning and! tnding everything ] Americns. Ga., Sept. 11.-Captain S Y tB Aids -
t of latch door f DlSestlon. Rc.-at
u lifted a opened, I
"" -.' quiet, Iooul'liU.,1 the boiler ready l fur A. !Smith, for. four years the tffiueet t Br.bt UELTHING.POWDlRSHUa) the
and I the t-xoited face of Apl6 BowelsSueartrn
i saw the end-; ;
j I'I't :111rut.', no '.11.' heard me. fortlWI' i
; I
Lord ILieoii an t ? near at the opeiiiig. I made one dash C. Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists
I| ;
o. "-. -1 .t .'s : 'ill;: to a house IIr nxnt1 was no one near enough to-hear. yesterday afternoon of acute 'n- S !

1 'cis 5Ft II" :",''..,ll:; 1,. ,1! and l particularly nil Soon 1 began to feel a warmth in the (' for tile aperture. Ml through; it and dlRt/' '"tion. after an illness of a few mail i.. ruin to C J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS MO
fainted on the bricks before the fur. TtskYl.Et AU. Jllll !1' I'k 18! FFET1 U U ''
S---------I 4.1
| ir 1 .It 'Im I
iron. 11111t scald -
.1 .OHM' lin" 1.1} ;- I'i"on also used 1 either roasted or 'I'I '. hour Captain Smith was; appointed! > expert .- -ah. ir \ ne, ll-j-.TFIl \ .' fc -'. 1 ,.' r.r ,
I 1'.,. ":'i'! : ,i I' ;in i t1way: of keep ed. \Vhu would !it be'? The dreadful iiaf postmaster hv President! MrKmlvfand ) trm I..er 1c 1 r ci pr II.'T I} .
ll.nl I uot KIM 11 tht> last blows on .r. .WI ff rh l> (II l i. j' H-l! '
I: c p '.l'!. 'u-t or room. a!' ''toi alleruitixe tl.ished through my mind 'lisrharp-M: tin- duties of his office H r1'r fc" f T i ,1 i r u i---I t iittl .
the formation ofi the spot "' :"('r,' the rivets hail not Ixt'ii l > I M IS \ > aX -
,It .1 :.: :.md I mvrtles" to t.rll i.\- planto | put HI I s.ould! 1m.- IMTL-IHM in a fVwiiiuiiitt I with marki'l 1 a ililip wa rear I !in:: '. VV .., H ?, i'rr-trr. ,
i v.huh I misrht ,
I. i.' :''' "'CII':'. 1'.1') u".1 i. some p'.iii Ioy i'seai
Tin- Anicnnis! and ac a ronfederat> Milii! : :w.
t.udu.,1'! that
t 1'I' ; i, I i..l ., .: ,'al NiO-e! ."- '..... !!. il.iil I Uen in hilt!! 'I'lisM'-sii'ii of mx at iiioiaenti
citui! and (:r- official
,. i canit! in t.. I,"irinilliti;; the engine. I iiihl was hl'I 1
r. '. p'' "t nuking: ph. ''K. as I..tiiltifs! 1 nu.'ht have conjured up a .
heard th M-iw) ', I in the hu'he-t! -IF'm.. and th'' oir.it-
and! sandy >iit-d the
.. ., t-triek- > i-.in
d.! \
10001 / t.Ltubut| I was so terror .. .
rite; '!1.h.; > I Ij i- ", 1'1 b.
I :. !I ; 'i i:;i.' j "',,...11J -itt I..: I < iflil\ rot tuik.! My I biaitt was ilur in !'m.f tu fii.'ble me to sate nilift \ "Turn at t I IsT

.1\. .... : .' ..._ fr,,' J i .ii.i ...',o\. I..L -. I .n
I '1'hi-! \v ti, l.-t }oh of boiler niftiJHlU Nasal-
i The1 : flip
I tt'.a; 1'1' : ;.1.] h ,; ''\.i 11..1.! : \\li.t i is that roiriniV:: II _
1 Oftfii -111\'.. th,'u I hi\f 'licfii it'. I MSIM
.. < f
j. '! :i -. II..' F:, h! \I. ., i ulkindld: tire.l _-
': 1 \I'," ,.. :add. <+l. d"r"-:1' ,\I! :ii.nltrotn; one iMkint to an- I ftrt'd! h-li nas.1' K" i"lj tin.M- CATARfiU\ EggR2 coto _1

11"1.11'' ',:': ru'lll, JH k i .1 I 'h 1.11..e i1"11'.111'1 l li i- flnr t.i rimy small! pri-oii. 1 felt eagerly I plates, with tin- pro.hix of a p.-rlftt In aU il* !tames there i' oro R y the ? jfwA t'Jl < "
ll:, /
r1ik 1 watch Whik-! eli !a_fd inside! lint L.IMaluavs I .. ATfE7IR }
1 IIJ' ,.. uiih ihi'i..,ilj EI:! ("I' -"! .e v.eak "(lot. knowing that ; i I "DlllJ be citami.e3.'s ) is d ,

1-L angel! : l..ere ntai weak "I'ot. for I had re- UfClniud. I'I\! not ftar a nitirnucv -- I Ilj: Cram :Cab

--- of fay torrililo t'iuerit-ilu-e.| lint ... _
-- -
I"d.n'.1I'Q! one. Then I again rained r.' s sntac srtb ,-G95.r
A j IlUJ unable to '"'ar the horror brought I ..' .. ..
] liluws 0:1 the iron, tlmu li I was aware t!he <1 71 P Gulf ,.. r.ir.TiH i'lir Itfr tonellnr.. : j It ., -.. ..Jau '
I back by being within the iron indo- c:i'i a i a' ? it oj L16t
| tli! : t it.as all hrirkttl up and even ifIIa '. ,
; i .\ risla'i .II :.Miiced a lonely lady suriKVAX M'ALISTLIL .; a ci-.a .u tc _,....j'l1..lk pign0
I (-.-'ia.'fr:! 01 tit'email had come in it
t !. ti (,='t'nu: ?'I totV at North I'.erwick: I I1".1' I y. ; H t t.
hilt probable be would hear mo.Tin I
II '
I Cream ratio i psrrd Into th" '-:ri e, 6prt:' -
hr"un\' r'Ir.al'l..t..1 to lnonip.in! I An Ir.trrri.tlne Tractirr.
n I sat doxxu and ran' I knew .
over the mcn: >-ane tilsa-i !I. hrt'uuil.j t.' i' i I
,1 fit i ion: 'Thai > .. lvji.e>.)::I"' looUm'xnni- not whether 1 wits the more terrified The dominie was trying to explain lacr-. 1'i n >t .':' .- ..

' r 3k man. Slie.is; on that rov\ a' day a.'l'I ::t tlie rnaring'.f the tire or the hissingof the Darwinian tilt ory tohisilass; when I: tool .,T5h.eeertean.age-re! : ,"M.*: lir ',- I -- :\l I ". J

:i _;; 1lIi'I.U. s1. .,..;er oju-aks Io a li\'itf I' the ..It .!II!. AVlitth was beginning, to he ob cr\fl that they were rot paying I.r; toy :ni .; Tr i. s./ '1'cen'- '.; r '

"..wl: \11 :t:1 j .:,....1.1 I suppose' ," : spit! at me through certaincuts like so propir attention. "I%>oy''," he said, l.r: UliUlIlEIlff.o. tt irrei S"ftYork, FINE ''rINESLIQUOlS ETC.S.

',' ".\uhllu! "' td the viler "No "'whin I .
r'i : 1 up j luatij' anirrx' .serpents. I am trying to t-xi'l.iiti t" > "i; ,

vti r I.,: I k." i 'r: ,! II'T lillll's aIL I j Ilotttr ;.'1."w the iru!!. more venomous the jipculiaritlfs of the nmnki-y 1 wish i

It.r-\: \ ..: .: ;. : 'I 11':>, :Itt \t. the jits of sttam. 1 was no K>n- : you would 1 wk ncht at me.." !KIDNEV DISEASES A. FRIEDMAN.

'- '-.- .
:.. .''r : : 'i : Tate Care of die Moinxeli.: it.rmei ;tad knew th.'t it I came inlot.t.ut Doctotti Ciut.1ut help Her.

Ig f t > Ti.f m-in or woinan whore dige. I with the Litter 1 would lie "I had kidney trouble for year-," ua th< mot btil! erf dill dlJ.Cs. I* 0 I'OXII"' TI.hhi'HOM I""

k: y'' ti-'ij perfect and wh.>-.* -=toiu clip i -I';..IJI.ltla.twl! : )' I Lad heavy soles writes Mrs. lUymond ('.111 TH.r nfShHton. ( .

: .' \ ,'rf'.rni-it-PY..ry flllll.'tJ"1I i- never i oj IIVigil-1 and th<'+e enabled me Wah.: "and the doctor-

? ''f.; Y\ su-k. K"d'l! I'te'in-K-, jarittetud ': s'1 I to "1.\:HI on the hot metal could not help iu". I tried Foley'Kiduey 'if'O' KIBBEY eU t It
t } Cure and tl n fi'-t dopL'UVP !
{: .i I-.,.' ewrrtri-the3t.lltlIetitend, cure* po-- It is said th.it droxxttitj people passi very
: me relief and 1 and 11"W rnr.i.r rUb I elrutCl Bet ;:
: itivly ;.udpiriuui.utlvallonnachI tht.r wh..l-! lives in rexuxx.h.x.' this

, I ; .,.1'.1''t troubleiudu'ftion! .111,1 dyap'pia.It : d".enot |itrt.iiu! to people! dyms tith.r'di.iihs cannot Cufp.ay too' much P'Alem'ot-ite for oly'Kidaev ( WE EXPKCT TO Sn'PLY A MUCH! 1.? HUEK Tit'I: E
iI t : W. A. : ,
l 'J. I- tale: wood. rful reconstructivetMnic '
'f 1 \l.. not kiinvv. It c"uTtaiid founded.rerxttdiu eotaW
1.1 1
I t .i /III! :. that t (- hteku.gr lujuy sick i' r. mangy THISTMMKH: 1HAX EVE' K: '-\ UK
t rt.iiniHi in me It sffDittl as if -- -
l ; .p't ieple w.11 and we'tk pepietroiijf p ny. -- rccojolwd by ami-!

{ 'j i' bv convpyiuif to ti.--ir biidies all ot i :illuMui .i.id ly joiith xxere illun'iI.tI.,1 } \ehar'ea SeND
c tha bd fci US YOUR ORDERS NC JIL.
,. > cent physicians: es
I I ..I ,r i t: .-I 1I"llrl-I'I1"It in tl'e futon they i :1- NXt t'asli' ot IihtuiuIIt1

1k; ,, t ) .' It. if-v. J. H. Holl iduv, of Hull.-i- > t t':..' n.t vnitl( as well as the most few left, which we will sell I K1dticy and Bitddr trouhlu.W
d dIY, Miwrite- f\/t..III"curt',1! :..tl..i.i.. -Iv I pictr.re: was my wife and at cost. Marston JJJll zn. 1rsI ro.. toM &J.1t"' Thompson, Olsen cC '.,

t : in.-. I con-hi it the best reint-Jy I : .1; I: II r..ctt II..: tilt illIlI"U'III.ut'I ;

',!. i ever u-ed: tar ,h-I'(>P.I t md stomnel. '.,,\ i. .alb. '1'-: lit ought a new rat Hon. L. H. Roberts! Nominated. A. D'ALFMRERTFTlere' : Manrcsa Street, Telephone 1'; 1."
i --------
4 .1 r t t trouble wa- IIV"U up hy plyicuiii. ... -
i I shouted, piiunded tile! hot iron -- -- -
Vi'ra; Ga. .
11 .
I h 'r. :'J ; K:'nlol saved mv 1'fTabt m--pt. -Hon L.-WH' lot of nioupy to Di ai.irJe
\ '. : list xvlu.-h: x-v.is I I.li".tl'll bxi
ay :
al r it titer meals 11:100"h.rmac, H. Roberts. of CfhoN conntva- \ s. In real t.-att--Int- it. A real! .-*.

t t 9 I J iin! Sheppard.: Sidney K.itiu. I : i I. ugh: rushed fr.ntitallx' almutthe tf'rday norainat l for state !;pn3:"ir Sate "i!s'u i- u-U'illv: a firu er.hnlI.t to WICKE&CO.
t I i 11rrl.1wIH..ur: ( ,'. intlettl I ties rapidlyi
flora the sixth I wwltiu
d's-trict by the convention Thos.! C. Watson &
o I !I..., 111:'._' i -'11' I'. it xxa the
I ih.ip-
the loidiu
I Co. tlte: firma
drjepatfs ;
iJ i.a \r.I .J" MubtUiaelon.iv from Eehols.T.owndrs ,
.Iot ii I' ..il.I: .: '01 I ,tl I ..asluslitglily reason i have some otler which it world
,' ,: .1'I ..' '"' i -' !,.I," ,( 111'1 i '. -" I. i, and Il'men cousitio. com- Plombep Gas and Steam
a .. .MiMd make eQort i be worth while consider. Go Fitter
me to an your
? .; h.I"II..f! w .It.I'.I.' II. I rowing the district which met in thi.; ,
and them
r (" k, ,. it. I i': see today, and don't wait
I.'oli.l' .1 I : I II .:. city.Mr.! Roberts is the nominee r'f till
What is it that ideas of I tn-morrow.
keeps out
I f ,? 1-:". Iia I t. f I I ,. t the Democratic primary held in Ek-hols I -- -- No. & South Palafox Street
our Iliads till it is well nigh too late tot.il.e -- -
mm1t !.' : .! -: I ;, county on AUE :::0. and All Kinds
as under the 11 ot Plumbing and Gas: Fittings Materials Kept on Ha.-:
It adx.tnt.igc of them then I
i'f! ; suddenly ,
{ 1 pmt! .itM. ,01. h.rlo' rotatior plan: it was the county's tim! Ii I II TKLKPHONE MA '. pENtw4OOLA i'lut
"' ; tint--! !th.-.m'! : IiI] 'l;i utu: ;'it- :.sitj; otiili ////r !
I..l: i, 1 1r. : : :
u :1":1'1'1. to tur"\ sh th' eertvor. no other name I ; ... j I
1-'-, ':' .\1. i : '. -liUlii! i I rl'lu'u: n I / / '' !, I I
ti'i'I! IU- I'"M : n ..1pr.. -. :r'. ,il! to tf! invention! I I I I'I' .-. '
\lii-i; "I p t\ 1 j r I'MiiiiHl!' ; l' Ii. I-
HIin': '-. frll:; l' I J .
--- '-- : li, I II : 'f!
i ,1 : (.Ir.in. ,I. illi: I'l.i; ifood'! / : .A. .Avery

ni'..:: ariut. "'.I> ".10'a\ t I t.,,_ ; .
t C c --
\ rug! II rentier. Of imiiit i iV ,

j ; ret'ie'H'M'"cd th.1t all tie 1IB.0cJOlfft rtla iiifjr attire'Is en everhow rthe gnneeLaxative !
li-.t n |..ft.\"jou.I! warned and ? ? : i Brorno'QuinincTauew IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

} t! b.ul beta thiouuh their periol! "t ; i
l'F the remt-iy that cur* s cold In one <:*. .
1 tar trlI1>in-I.ouJun; ;\\ ,'1'- -


Alexander Shepard Seriously III.K' .
P Wash: eton.Sept.II-I'r1vtt' t. }IAN CASTOR Iron Nail-. Axrho"fl". Saw Mill and !Etea anih' >:
1 ? r..i'ed here today i"i:: !i....
t gram
r and .
hove P I1
t For Infants and Chlldf es. Hnpplies. Looking Heating *, lllt. I '
n Ubt n;,ht announce that ALxir: ; OTTlEDKING. Window Olas Guns, Pistols and Fi-, 'inx Tack.-

t I r :lie!'l.i'rj(. \> ho was the pre..<,leui <.! 1-ABC The Kind You Have Always BougH '
; Agate: and Tinware ana lloiiseftirnislilng ( iuoilv
ti the hoard of p.tbllc orKs of tit p. _1 BEERS,. :1I I

too t of Courn; .a., during the f. -n SOLD GVEILYWHEAE.DR. Bears theplraatnre I 7
IP tonal povoninit'ct ot the ditr.-t .1 I. of
Revere Giant Stitched
Belting Northampton En r;"
z : 1871 ana who was two years !lat .T gm' -- -- ----- ------- A Contented Wheel 1 Co., Laftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson'* hi i-;-

1 ; error of the district.! Is; vorr ,;('n"u-'\ KINC'STRY : somine, Iron King and Kuck Stoves and Range-, WI.

111 with: lntest!tan trouble: at LLy Lome want I Coups & Co.'* Raw Hide Lace Leather IaufY"

tj in Batopi'.a; *. Mcx.I : If you a good Bed- Woman Made Railroad Colors.

--...., NEW DISCOVERYFOR stead or a nice Crib for the Fla.
Masonic Temple. @ Pensacola.

inccrinj Glimmer ('"Itt... THAT COLD. baby, go to Marston # is the one who has! the wisdom to I .

IS i use Ga for cooking as well a* for 1 ,
4 I Don't let a cold run at thiseaonHummer .
!: colds are the hardest kind to, Cures ConsumptionCoughs Quina's.NOTICE I illuminating and heating purpose3. W. B. WRIGHT comPANY

7(1 cure and if neglected may huseralons It's; "on tap" every minute of the 24 I It
g Colds Bronchitis
4'( i'I ? mouths. A Ion;;: ;ie3e like Asthma, I hours -ready.to-use affair you I
u riby eaten that on the I-th I IN
tht3willpulldownthetroarestconsthution. day of MAKCFACTCBERS AND DEALERS
PncumoniaHayFeverPleu- Sep.
it's labor
: see a <
saver ashes and
tt'mbt'r. \. 1>. ltf, at 10 o'clock: a. m the no ; )
One Minute Cough Cure" LaG jndersirn-a, wm apply to the Honorable does the work
risy Hoarseness quickly and
rippe certainly
will break up the attack at once.Safe lho Mzruliagti. County Jade of K'j- 'I --TH. LUMBER LATHS
? y sure acts at once. Curei1coah5. Sore Throat Croup and cambiaCuanty, Florida at the court house well. Talk to us about gas. .
i tb. of
in City Pensacoia. for

f 4c t' throat and, colds lung croup troubles., bronchitis The children all. I "Whoopbs Cough. the her real petition estate; for of the!:Henry allotment rfeiSer of action, deceased dower upon In I Pensacola Gas Co. I' >, SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES-EIlE-Cmi SP I: f

l lie it. Harg-i5' Pharmacy: John NO CURE. NO PAY. acopyoimhich the court of said petition County Judge Is: now on file In i I
heppard, Sidney Kahn. I Price 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES I
FREE. "ptoawt.1
St BARSaaAPiaf: IK.: *125 and 27 E. Garden St., Peniaccli, Fla. ,. PENACOLA FLA




ur WE ; -


:::> 1

if rested' On me young lady "It hadbeen 1 C
Negro Delegate

ChildrenAll arranged; between him and me Montgomery, Ala., Sept.Displaced.11.-At the r I I

Save the that he was to leave the room without regular Republican county convention fI

Kiring any evidence of having made a
two weeks ago, two negroei, Nathan f
stomach and bowel troubles in child or adult selection. Alexander receiver of public: moneys ft
due to a single cause-Indigestion. arl .\:; soon as he was ;gone I returned to and B. S. t
Washington, were eIdelt'gates ( jj7j
Flux>iCU.c' cholera! morbus. diarrhoea Miss Hails and after a brief chat on ( r
to the state convection. In %
t' i all complaints of like nature,are the result of undigested unimportant matters told her that! her
pursuance of the plan to freeze the
fermenting In the stomach. The only way to I lover had been iu the room. n-

\ ?/M prevent fever and to cure such troubles without Injurr "leeu! here-in this room? I don'tb'liev'e gro out the white Republican club, 1 t

fivjKi? to the membranes lining the stomach U to restore I It. Only one man has come in which includes all but a few members j 1

perfect digestion. I of the party, have met and Children. #
11 SSW J since I've been here, an' be was an artibtranly for infants and.

Digests old codger, bald as a coot au' with displaced the negroes substituting. J. I
,i' if; K Q Q Q L What cheeks like a n.lloWN field." Sternfelt and J. Barton both white. The Castoria U a harmless: substitute for Cantor Oil, Paregoric :
You Eat mitt Soothiu'e It is IMcaxuit. It
I Drops Sjrups.
negroes insist on their claim aud
I "That was he. I feared you wouldn'trecognize jlurllhilJe other Narcoticsubstance. t
l Is the new discovery which thus contains neither Opium, nor ;
'"" cures all stomach a clean, issue before the
him. And without i.
i and bowel troubles by removing the waitingfor It destrojs Worms and allays Fcn'ril"'hUt'l"'s.
:: remedy checks fermentation cleanses cause. This famous more words I excused myself and state convention a to whether ths It cures Diarrlui-a and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething .

axrfte9; tbe!
1 f fi.e): nourishment, health and strength it contaln body "Well, did you pick her out?" I Stomach and Uimels, givitl:: healthy and natural bleep. 1 r
** Cures Indigestion, Dyspepsia and all Stomach Troubles. asked. McKinley Memorial Services The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. t

.R l'mtrethan'ysp"psla anythIng Cure I.J! just Isil In the a thing lung for dy pepsla and stomach troubles h basDP "Yaas he said, with a sigh. "She Cincinnati, Sept. 11.-Additional tel. ,
The Kind You Have
Jt' catarrh of the It.omach.- Always
us '1>. 'bt>rry ifey.N.Y. hain't near so purty as she war, but egrams were received from governorsand Boughf't 'I
I'r..pll.rt'd only by E. C. D Wltt A
= .Chicago. acid try all dealers she's kind o' nice anyway." other public men today for McKinley Bears the of I iII
Thu farorltu Signature
hone 1
Vic Miaaic; cwgi Care ;bold remt'dJ fur coughs i colds! crony "Which one was it?" memorial services next Sunday ana I
iwvuwiim. grippe, tUroat
and lung troublta. It
cure "The girl by the winder." the following from the president:

John rtheppardHarris' Pharmacy Kidney: Kann. "You're mistaken Miss Rails! sat in "Oyster Bay. N. Y.. Sept 11. 1902.- ,

the far corner." Editor Times-Star. Cincinnati: The II IlLIn i

want a nice present to give LOVE'S YOUNG "Wh-a-a-t: The fat ole cat withsnagIt president has requested his pastor
,i go and look through the DREAM I "
Isle of suitable articles at ;::; teeth? here in Oyster Bay to hold a special #

j' i-iH. you surely can find TURNS OUT A DREAD "You shouldn't speak so disrespectfully memorial service next Sunday morning Use For Over 30 Years.
If of the woman you are to marry. being th& anniversary of PresidentMeKintey's
_, / to please you. you '
.. .. .
lIe looked .bewildered. Several timeshe err ern?*o een P.Mv. T um> T ttr N'W Venn nr
Ir Mm/ in the Diamond line I death. (Signed) George _u_ _, ...__ _...r..l .. __ 11
before started to ay t-ouietbitii, but failedto 's. -- =_. -""',
o mm you buy. I Corteljou.:: secretary to the presi -- --- ------- ---- -- -
[OrIginal.. get it out.t last he took: out the dent."

-- I "Stranger: ; mou;:Lt I ask! what tirai roll of bills! I had seen once before and THE GARDEN SECTION i

< BALSAAMV I it'll I*, n-la-ii we pit to Millville?" handed it to lilttran'r. >. Garrard May Succeed Adams.

e t HAIR "I'itiftlocIl." I irpHtiL ":-: ; ." he said. "I feel kin'er 's Savannah Ga. o-O3E*-oIFensacolsi
Clnnwt and twautifirt the hail Sept. 11.-It is
growth.ver Looking: lit'Utnd me, I saw a mar though: somepn war join1 to happen to thought that Judge Samuel B. Adams I

4.1 Hir to its dt..Youthful ui& hair Color.tyuy.t,1p tUu.g." wh > iipiHMiitl u ( to l.f aliout fifty years: me. If." somepu does,, give tht-t to Mahuldy. will resign/; bis office as city attorne}'. I Florida..

r t''''N Itnlr i.. old. lie was ill at ease ill lut KOIIICtLlnu. He says he had not decided what action -I --- -

:. but wtftuor it was in finding lie turned and walked away.: 1 returned 'hP will take but his resignation! Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

humi.elf ill a Hvilizitl kind, for vhid'Lr to the parlor: Miss Hails Ladvanished. would be no surprise. If he resigns_
yGr" =G .
to.GOLA I teas ly no means lined or was ale Colonel William Garrard will DA elected -
Beautiful Lots for Sale.
1'111' next morning I learned that Mr.
III'ua'IiIl, ::: smutrisk in his lift1 n+ his successor Judge Adams'
Corn Meal f ills.CONZP.hEZ Spellbinder! had taken an e;,rlv- train .
and oiil l ti-11.
;; t not fiK-ouragcil;::; him t- term exp'.rps! in January.
talk ;iI mild t he did >u. for the west. I pent a mes"e leer with! 40x137feet at from $75 to $200 each, accordL 1.1,
4 CO. Prop s the bills he had left to Miss Iail-I I
F 'f .
\VH.Ilive years before h hail l beenjiltiil. U.\ CEH CiUKI: HY ltUOM RU.\I: : ing to location and surroundings.
counted _.
: .fjthl'lI took the tram for
:Msnufactrrers lie had ;:UlIt' to the gvl<\ rej.'i a "

\11- XL ,AM I'lIUUGKOrWI: lIno; .iinl made a fortune. lUveutlyl.aniuu' I' the home.wan I or have the woman never heard sinee.ALEXAXUnil. of either All Skin and Bl'iotl- -niseaRtvi ('ur..j..1 Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, \

STOCK 1-1:J-IJ.: th.it his former love was sin- '
CELL. Mrs. M. L. Adams; Fre Ionia, Ala., 1 High, Dry Fertile Lands. ,
tlonitInrtutry, tor there It tie; !Ire had rercx'tml his proposition ofa
---- ---- --- --
Mel ant took Botanic Blood Halm which effectually -
lUll buy your of InforeThe I
'III.II'| T a
UK,m YoU UIH. uurngr Hoin.- Manufacturer borne Indus- \\nin.iii had rvtiirnitl a prompt siwvptaiic TEX CENTS WILL liUY trill size of cured an eating cancer of I The grandest opportunity for investment ever

tonne. v i- left in the coniinunltj '. .nut lie was ::uia; :: to his home to Ely's Cream Hilm ; enough to con the nose and face. The ores healed offered in Pensacola.
are Indirectly benefitec vince that it is the greatest of
a you ;
'onitmftnulHCturer JOt In1 iiiutl hujijiy after >,1 Many years up perfectly. Many doctorluid

,. .all-In,.- i-auKi-of which Ubor.you Yea live ow adinite of Ir.uting. 11. IIP+'1I1'l.1 a .':eariH'tl:; the remedies bead.for Full lIa catarrh size i oU cput"11 or cold in ;liven up her case as hopeless, hUll-I Home Seekers Should See These Lots.

to your bUpport. amid t
a curd iihotosTitpb. It was the sores, supperatinu swellings etc. '
-' satnyfyre ELY 1'iKos., M Warren street ,
have been cared by Blood Balm -V.Clubbs
of a >riil of ci iglltet'n and pretty New York.
+ Among others, Mrs. B. :M. Guerney,
I Io3 Second :street Albany, N. Y.
I'lio.itrli to kiss '
Warrior Stand Ala. Her uo"c and
SPUBLICITY FOR "'lhir ;h< air stranger: thur's M.iImliij. ; Me..r.. ELY BKOS. :-I suffered lip were raw [Lot beef, with offensive Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets.

1 h.k..p' thet plctiir' It.v meeer greatly with catarrh and tried dilfer- discharge from the eating ore.

THE PEOPLE. ...itll'". 1 left her. an' she wrote me put remedies without effect. After I Doctors advised cutting, but it
wing! one bottle of your Cream Balm K. 0. BRENT! WM. II KNOWLtH W. K. UYER JR., J. K. KKK8E.1'resldtnt. .
thet oi 1'e of me, taken about the same failed. Blood Balm healed the
I found relief and I cannot praise vice-l'resid andrr Ou"" i* as
time hoi been the parlor mantel. rney
You Cent. on
r d VMird Costs a too highly such! a remedy
\ \\har she could setit every da111 MlSS CORA WI LLARD. well as tver. Botanic Blood Balm
Wrrd is Read
: rtuJ Fiery I also cures eczema, itching humors,
her la-t letter she warmed over it. :27,1S1W.Prrcantliin.!.
up Sept.
!( Ito E\er'hody. scabs and scalps, bone pain., ulcers, First National Bank
savin'she was lookin' noxiously fur i i -- ---- ---
t '- oC"1' -- -_ ; --+ offensive pimples, blood poison, car.
that black! musiaehe. that roun'eheek..
; bunches -crofula, risings and bumps
l" '1'U J.At N U1 "I hojie( that eople will say the worldis ,
\ L '
cM .. -.... --, thrill raven lurks si.f" d knowed years a little In-tter Lecanse 1 lived iu it." on toe skin and all blood troubles.Druc .
:Yore:' per
Mioa= ( improved real .s- said the intensely !I'riliusnllnr man. I'
I or -mall amounts low The man's mustache was : "Well." answered the told blooded Simple of liofinic: Blood Balm free I _

Call on Leslie E. KrnnkB. {rraj. his ..Iu..-!k; a furroweil liathermi.lmild and prepaid by writing Blood Balm : ...
s '4'4' M. ntlafox M., I'l.hrrSwim politician' "the best way 'o arrange Uo Atlanta Oa. Describe trouble I )
the of his head stood fewMatti
".ii top that is to employ somebody to write and special medical advice sent in WM. H. KNOWLE8 W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT N. K. H YEK. Jl
red hairs like timber on a in<>uu-
jour biography; ""w so that you can sealed letter It certainly worthwhile I I D. G. BRENT
M 1 -ow"-1'0 any you amount Used you mon..yT want turn th.it had been swept by rire. Iliuiked overlook) the transaction.:'-Washington : investigating; such a remark-I'

i,,blf term, A in r Inner, !M>i houtb PalftInll : i\e. most awful worst and most rmi T D ad mnti &3 Aan 1 ki A ad lt
Uie Mine ruimis;;es had (dou'tles o<-- Foley's Honey and Tart! pecnliar- deep-seated: blood di' a"ps.O.A.STOn.XA.. 1

eurred in her. I said nothing, well\ I i ly adapted for chronic throat trouble -

w ANT TO ISOKKOW MONKYloney. : knowing that no \\.H\\' from me woiiM! and will positively cure bronehit- a

J Insure your property pro11 .iii to him for the rbrue h" .. hoarseness and all bronchial: diseases. 5.111 the Hate "BstdJ'ttnltnre Bills of Exchange Great Britain Irelar I
Bell real on
ot thin, buy or esi a\ \I"I'"II'| : IIJrWe draw our own
." Uefu-6 =ubtitutemV.. A'D ctJ'
." ted i.p..rty.or your tiny tiixpfl(icriptlon attended, have to, \\oiild hnd in the :.:il'l. However, it ""'- Alemberte. 121:! :i-;. I'ahfox. of -+- Germany France, Austria Italy, Ho:land. ,ain, Belgium, Russia, Net I

sddr.... Thos_ I' Watson A Co.Hi rut red to mile that 1 uiitilit dexiMsun:ij > way. Hweden. Denmark snd other European countries.Oiabnrsed .

and Insunuu'f /li.nU. Pensat'harues -, ,l.iii to softeu the disaipoiitmeiitIv ] -- ---- -

lot from mo un*w-iitte will To lend everyone moneyin "\ trii'iid" I aid, "do you th!!.i.k CURE YGURSELFsI'ff iCCRIB CHICKEbTEH'S'EHHYR9YAL ER4LIah I.VVeo' >seiB upon oho Mot Favorable Terms, and their

build bOIl-" Hrt.tf con will know the ladyheit yon iu '-t Hied f r unnaturiidinrharK f PILLS Obllgatlona Taken Payable at Port of nesimatlon Ten or Klfteer )19: I
"x. O.I".n.1 end "..Iy ,,.' '... alter Vessel Arrives there
her ,., + .liiflAUunatluDB ,
: In Ito da MA1'I'. m..r."n..I.: ...... Hmuir.
Ituultluutu.furnishwd.- Uae..ued imutimm < r ulnTitiountf t - --
I "h.h..1 .
,1 "Sat tin. D"J'e suppose I could everfiinM I bnrlctarr, tf niucout* niemtranes. 3 I! ;": K f'II1(11F.tEi>.l> .. 4..I.I : :.l I.\GL1.I; ..... ...d( if'Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection t
I' \Irq.1 that party face' Pa tarnotsvoa. PamireeaiIwdedlrln' -"-.' f i. 1 wkv n..ul h... K.-TuMN
|1.-1. \ I', ..rku.'U, : -.IINortbnarerlomm .a iHLEtASCHECCitCO: e'nt ut powonoua. > Wj l>..c..n. sub.iluiln. nod lmll.. with which we have a Priwa Apartment for theU
.., ..,. ..,.,' I JI_ "I would! like to In- you a tenner 1 ",INcteNATIo. Bold by Arngghtl, ,j ,s flr tlim 'Hjv, ,,,u- .ruiciit of.f.'1.... 1t. I I J.ofRAntA'r. J.

that von won't know her." p,e.A or Brut in p'ai. wrapper, \T* f. .n.mr.lirllrf I'urt'rulim.for l...lli...-1...tsenunl.i.nd "( ....6, r*. .. K
'or if,-III.e 4' by rtftfft, prepaid, for -\ mm Will. I -- -- II" dived i into his pocket, drew tortl.1 c.3 tlW. or 3 bi tti,e. |'JhHGuiar ;1' rn < .... ..
:\! 'I i r -.the for J'J.iMi-a tenroomi fat roll of hills and wettlii's' ocbt oa rcuutet' gaaloa.uuare. "''IIL" .1Ya
":1" i...r rims and IWUIIers, a : 'I
selected dollar vvlm '. WE WILL-FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !
rf ". 'ill[ irlii-l: tiouIn (i: xxt con- th'intii. u ten hill '
-mil front by '.""f.-.-' dwplnli A po.
1 niat'il. Then I urr'tu'lI; with him to
\ >n.-\ nun I THE NEW GROCERY STORE.MOVER = wr.ta In..13 rot onT htndase .
send for his tiancee to come to tinli." : "'11I I.' ..,,,,,.,1.1,,. ., Kt.AI.IIII" I nK-:

I !-t.-a- t'tl. tel we u r.'C.l to stop at and he vva i. Nm.II. 1.I..IIIIU..Ire Ir" ." I 1.11 ,I. and
.._ __.____ _. I 0 ------ -- 0I 'ulllillo w. refs' '",' ...:",., I r ,'. ?, .,,..I: 1 II VeI
to KIM her :auioni other women liepive cutMwl'a. 11 t'....1. : ,.. .1.. ., t dt .
colored I "r
HI' Hark rrenm Jerseyi. 1
.. L.nrn.l I ,. .. ,
.. .....I..tT II..J colton Yon n 'ap }'I \ r. h '''M.
imhis Mark
I /tu"Intip a name, pcH1ill.kr. I I r er 1..W' ?1 "I'nluolr 1111.1
: bred llettard for return to 10:. J. WILL '_. rhnln'itu.""-Itiii'hdn'ib'IHr4
\\ .-it ,.11 rll..n. x while Ls! betrothinl wa MabuldaItiiiN. I G cv I.r.'o. ,' lU lllr""Ir.f'L,' ,"<. ,;'.." wla. ;..
After Mr. SjH'Hl.in.ler and I J ,dnnnrm ..'Vn/w ur hunr. IGn.el;. ""a' '
1'latreenl tl rr t.'auhtlJ wUl !I.
FUn ,-." 1.. ;. Lad reai-hed the hotel I mailed a note j i Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stock ,. tlvae-ut ww If"' It wl 6f1.1.urlhaoycl....... IItnnn: i"I..net-nest'AIII !pod, n:.

I's.ttad.dwnetrret: ; to MKs IJaiK sayiiitf that if she vvonMeall l w Inn a t."l.fn',. .lr..ro'.I', In ,
v I :iiiiiieon .
\ .ill ..uteruir Uelifcl.tfully "ituiiiriuniled at the hotel Hut evening a mend ; of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No ....T... ,-l' herdwt 11..1...,\_\,..,,,.....W',,'..t.rr'uov. ,'. II lp; u.r I, ),I'. ,-. .q0 "
WI IIi numerousunnrrt ..1' >f'd ,.,,,, .. ..
t .n' ro on ; "' ',10): I' 1Il1" I ruin r b.r..
tire KOIIII to leuve of her lover would ;:Ile her informs 30 W. Government St. Salisbury Block. arl6: r'"I"I arvtte. ," IeI' r0.non. 'S.d. "m k..n... "I I I
,,.|11 at a bargain; tit inliih tion "f him. Then I went out and I \1.-. I I I III' tw }'eta. Lonul,rare. .....,.,,, ILu h. n, .
,_ .,..
h -' .. centre l>y ear; .n'IUlret S""" "silt ur' \IIIO".II.IIIII'.lIIrfl it .1.? I ,
\ '. III1I'' ''_ .I". spet.t $:?;1'> fora the sldiHs siitt.AUmt TIXKPIIO.M27.. (000.1.,.........' t+.-.h. M' .-' "uf.'rrr.i, .. ., ear alinw rrn, '" m.,rd 'or
:: : : p. < W. 'r' I I. .I''I. t r uism v' II 1..on 't rIdol'I." ii ,
we lnr'
t S oVI'tek I informed thata rra",., .. .,. }
11 d.
was m.h' ,seer' 'r. w -" .Ii.-I t a w" I
'd ,'. hrm"w a tine .. .,. .. '
.lit -81. .. ti)
pet : I In. f.'' dye l ul. "a' I I 1.1\,1. e. rot t t t,
i f nlxt ell"i; j u.1 Iroin tht'fti,'Cory; lady: wished tu see me in the parlor.I OIlnduhn 81rA.. ...- UUllll. ".. "'. y ,." ,r "nq"r '.r. Uow9 d.I .\.)
furniliir. '. d.**,kft audin The Star b
,I r ,'''in l>el t ". ', il- !-_ M ili urny hair-what there was of it-

the front teeth decayeil and a look of 1 \ I
f 1 : toot ovslrab] lots In j
I I 't mi fusy m terms by tbK .. Flal'erI cbroine dissatisfaction on her fa. ... i Biggest Busiest Best !II I 1
i "' \ >' .cy, t'4'''j Sooth l'a01: Miss. hulls 1 iM-lieve.:' NOT I UK. CHOICEST
,4 "Ye<. sir! Miss ]1ullWhlt ye pot tll I --- -- I have bent uti"inz'rt t" tek' .

\\' .,- 'l'IH. I tell me 'ti.tit Mark 1 'I1biudcr'?" ;... All Evening Call subscriptionf"r Win. J"'IIlI!' 'tBryan' -OF-
II "\\I.' I.. here in this house. lie wishes : : on 1
t : < "''Ti.! ('Hll1l1ll1l1l'r.) ;
\\ \'. 'l to !warn. barhrr trade.i : to In.lif you will reeojniize; him" papfr. r FRUITS H ij t '
t "natretiOneICItirr.and'i ...t[l'" by I., .' work xpfrl "UiHojL'tiizo l1im'11)" not :" =b r Your Swell Friends The price JU IN' \per y.-..ir in ad AOCONFECT1ONER1I

1'.HI.mines for graduate I "Hi's older! you know." '' I vance. Thosf. de,irini{ the paper t 1
hoard l'4'- you will find will be warmly received '
f W.tiies and pH'twularamallyd!Snturrtitys I I ;Co am I, but I hope I'm not afiiahi. c-in have it sent to tt em by -,-cdin;

i I.i'i iir.ne lollege. X.IIrl..u... ." ',g i; ti. if you are well: and neatly H.W l to the undersigned. C. APOSTLE'S
t .tofff I I I v\hispered to a waiter to tell MrSpellbiMler I 1 t dressed; and your linen is irrepro.ich H. M. Ro<'ME. i a
Care Daily N -w-
f \ M.ntiry i II>iuul> Land War- : to collie in. There wo.1.'I'lllp UEastGoyerMtSt i
s i, L.-re' Adinmn.ll .1' able. A woman of refinement ,
Ii"-j --- ;
sevi.il in th iuel'iiia
and : room :
i Kclley. 6
b .' isiin I end of tw..tItin'. H:1.|..... always ,;:iii>rfff a man's well bred instincts Forum"t'Iv"rl VH -.hr.tStapd

F. -- -,.. it.u.a o' empty beer binder arrivt'd 1 purposely leftI/il>- J rYr I by the condition of his linen: --'=: Every Woman 0... c ,ir )"'lfl .f .'. ; !. .a 11.71 ,
*< A. !',:IItD... ...". nOTDtfiX I and he her _- t" t' .M
into arinornd 'O 1 nuz"I'
t K.iils awl wall.,al to a tin-place. The goes presence .; \ Is:nteft.lI I"f 'I! ,11' ow

t \\ ,'11.zul4I foo.p", I I.TOOIII e.\H-cint| came in and ItH..l! 1 'r J f ,,It \z with beauty: when hi" shirt \ I'' mR\L'Whirling i .t 11* nrfm Spray f fr'l

I; -' I I I"pill'il.I lv- :'l..iit !him. If \his < ve '- 4i.r collars and cuff- have been done up \. '" 2\0... ., ihrlr w lile.H'dsy.. r ,
ASH PI'MPS- .. i
iX r l.l.s : : /.1 It p1 dI
tou.-l.ed :Miss U.uls. it dul not 1'r-IIh'LIlpe1 ;
M M.rntt end 0. .J. ISuthitiid at the !Star Laundry.. '\... '--.; : : ." \. "
.... N..11| pump fivers.Nut | lit'.1' more th.iii a Ill"Ilr"Il'i.'ben -,_ ./. III:...... 10._ ..tI, .
: on the installment TVsc tiny(': 'i-a .rsupenorr .
l-k itnrliM r..r It.i lP-
after taUm\ ;; inevral vvo'i.ci.: yo.r
( ,M UCrnltunvCIlit.inw. but smelly spot ALL WORK C. 0. D. Gads CallEd for and Delivered Ffe'v i \If h)al i inn Si.IH1.a.'ryt|>| Jilt I., to I'.jaarn! if I' 11.:1.; to.

otlirr. Imt ..'I'luiti \V \* C '
:!'-\Im'I'ot Ieafne.h anm.t lit t'ii remlby I i I'lelralel' w..'1---Mesh l forli |
local application\ a" they cannot TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. i IDI. pJirli.ii noumi-lim I"rt., ln.Ts C / M T- v ure in 48 'hire tld' 1
IVI'ltV. l 4rtuuJlrr. )1)RIF.1.10.
... ,,
reach the di-ea-wl portion of II'" r cv- a H{, it 'ill) Penn ,
ti wUl1.10It\ ji
'MK Tliere is only ono way to cure Room the: Tlmei Bldg.. Sew Yorlt.LODGK ant n qr 11 IICGISn
\ s'fk !and h:gijs for !slw. ear. WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
"'ri'LnHxrdwarCo'e. lti.tfI deafne- and that i Iby constitutional ,

I I remedies Deafness causedby

tt alt- _h'hrrl._, _:.. 1 I an inflamed condition the musoust i ESTABLISHED 1862. DIKECTUHYKNIGHTS

\P; Hut.1'KN' pill rep.-n her'I Iniiusr of the Eustachian Tube. -- Lauri '
'a''II' Xo y VV'c-i Jackson tube Nintlamed you have
tin ain
When A !
i-.ltrllu\t ijritili" !I. .'.:1.4 ,I !
|per month or ,:.u' (or rumblinz\ :.: sound or I imperfect McKENZIE OERTING & CODXAHS8 OF PYTHlAaPennacoU
,..ImII iutr, and when it i* entirely closedDeafn's.i I &l TU"rIa ,,&1t
ithe result and unles.- o : IH- oI pa. mart the Geld
No. 3. K. of P.
\.1 It (.001)-0. 1 Lm\gf. M,4U Award to
can be taken out '

:: M 1 ". FtiI IH- Manufacturer and the this tube re-tored to its normal : Chandlery and General Hardware meetieTcr log atiio at Monday Castle tret Hal
I'nir v.ood, Hftts. TotlrtI Ship 1M HARPER
; n
.fto..Sin UoTernment j condition !hearing will be destroyed I I In the Bloant Wattoi r
nine case.out of Mi arecawed f. lSotldng. third Boorbrethren !
jforever j
; 803 AND 805 S. PALAKOX 8TIIKKT. W'18JUQg cordiall KENTUCKYWiilSKBV
i by catarrh, which l is notlnn- : 1_: welcomed

I- Fur t'uneral--- -. | but an "inflamed condition of the i --- -- v.AGENOY --- HA I.HE I

IL t K Kl'XhKALS furuuned i i mucous surface REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN A. ROEBLI G'S 8ON8 Co."! : H. HOKILEB K.R.kKSeasonable

"ugnet.orepwctaldwefgas"uiCOOd2d \Ve will'.i\"p One Hundred Dollars GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RD8HEL A RON'S PUMPS
J wret uregorj Gold mtfnt r TT*
:'IdleI for any el-* of Deafness (cawed by "'*0 awarded

..aurrlu, that! cannot be cured byHall's : Ciiin 6irdti Piliti. Sill, Intlci! listroBiits JSirtt, litkirs, shinQOMPASSES 1 household .IiP.W (Mead..'. 'w it(3.aawert. ;
LV J H-o. Catarrh Cure. tend for cir- rtxt"- I
t I kitchen utensils at the
-K end floral Le.igne- cular free.
ordered for costomresMoreno. ; 'foledoO. j C. )lcKen% t! Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Asso ii'
Ii g EY&C.\-,
F. J. l I Soli tiy Dacckmtr miTHE
C KS! Wen Urpgory.lm. ciation. Willis Hardware Co.'s. ;
: Sold by Druggi i-t.:. 5c. I I'I't


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NED FAY I, FALLING Handling Celrrr. REGAIN HEALTH.During -

One of Practical Farcer's readers the past fifty years hundreds -
I of sickly people bare been restored KLMOSTo .,.
H WILL WORK i j' says that be has in his employ a celery to health bv the use of Ho-1,

grower who claims that "the hoe can tetter's Stomach Bitters and it will

-- HAIR I* used at the Crt hilling of celery do the same for you to-dav. TRY A *

i i i-'iy: in Ausu-t)) instead of Saddling BOTTLE. It will be enough to con- ,i. DEPLETED
I of it* wonderful value ai a
SAYS HE WILL LABOR ON PUBLIC the row" and hauJlii; the plants, aDd cure wince for you DIZZIXESH; INDIGESTION.DYSPEPSIA. IS OKU rtTOCK: SIMMER; FOOTWEAK }. 1

,... results will be ns pood." Tte old style I CONSTIPATION" AND

t STREETS RATHER THAN 1 i bmtilins: is deservedly going out of '! GENERAL WEAKNESS The !genuine

practice It may do well enough for I ha our Private Stamp on the neck Odd and End

r PAY HIS FINE. the! fete plants lu a small home garden, ,i of the bottle.HOSTETTER'S. Sale

hut for market operations v.e want amore

-- I expeditious: way of giving celery < PAYS WHAT'S LEFT MUST GO!

its first billing. In small operations a ,
Ned Fay over whom .u5penJed I -
1 comnon wide Mailed! hoe will answer STOMACH BITTERS. !I
i an aggregated fine of S,'>(U). or an i well enough.; Simply draw the soil i I II I LADIES'

equivalent of four months' work fort I I from between the rows up to the $3.00
| I .
plants with a shoving move Iron each j :i''Oxford, Pat Leather: ,
tmie city, this morning nude up hi* i I Ia LUKENS DEATH ACCIDENTAL i ii
( side. That is all that seems to l>e ntces'ary. i I| 211.
t mind that he will labor on the pub I For larger operations a sut.I : '! Officers; Tnink that All Parties on Boat .--.5

f ; lie streets rather than make further ;& 'il I" able hoe which will allow of very rapid I Were Drunk. LADIES'
l I work can easily be fixed up at LOI1l('. New Orleans Sept 11.-With the
elfort to rai-e and pay the large j jHue. ?:.w
., In For Profit" I describe this
"Celery : release of Mrs Kate Jarreau. the hotI -
f j !i Save Your Hair with I j I as .simply an ordinary old hoc with I Ibladf I tom has dropped out of the sensation I Sandals.2.Button,

He wa released from confinement eJar:?ell I by meting to it apiece I| concerning the drowning of Earl Lu- I $1.89.

I of wornout <'n scut taw eight; kens. Coroner Richard believes that
ofliLticum :
cell this and allowed
t in a morning Shampoos I
t t it-u inches luu;:. Two men each one he will be able to gather testimony MEN'S

', M walk around the city j jail, but not provided with one of these hoes take which will result in an arrest for mur $3.00

Qi i I'> venture from its "olleuive p.ir- ..n<> ", w One ;:Ul'S on one side, the der but Assistant! District Attorney Southern: Ties and Congers!
utl.ei the other: bide. Each
# mi one
Mooney, who has handled the
s remarked t.t case <
.uai a man :Ji : :tnI $247.
_ t Ib hot the lb u.
flrais inn- : across row setting
does not think that the authorities will I
llltliX.Fay. tit !Idrduw'n I alwmt midway between
t ) ever he able to prove that Lukens was i i
? n I I it ::n,1 1 tl-p: next row .mil then drawing; ,
.1j > has placed with the "ainkey: murdered. \
t.'o; MHI toward stir plants under the
SOAP I The statement of Mrs. Jarrean that
till !ns available cash and jrwelrymd
in'i.i1'fid ajain the stalks! and as 'IX
: : -
11f she pushed Lukens overboard, is '
this will be turned over t.. Mi-. c"I I'HN! s toot tnmi both ides the plants '
t borne out by the witnesses who were 1,,'
:1g t : v "t
r Mraiu'l'toned and nIl the stalksof
.. up
; ,hay this afternoon. Thepos-e,: i"n- And! li ht! (iri'-'iu-, t i I j ('allt-d to the coroner's ()ffi'l.'. Mr. -
---- -
1t wash held' dose Ir, together by the ( --- - -- ---
+ 01\T'Hi HIM' -; <.I! iiitillleiltKill Mooney says that no one can be arrested
i' >usitof a fine watch and chain, a [ Mill piled up ag i iin.t then. This is
t -
cuie-. I'hitPMiiiH! iit .it onetop I on suspicion or theories. It I
viUiible diamond stud pin, $1: i n'' done at a rather early state of the MEYER SHOE CO.
t v fil'iu! hair "il '.
1 : ;: riiiiuM- uu-t- i < plant growth. perhaps) four or five I would he no use. because the state
P .! i.-i, '::1in; currency, $25: ; .G5 in -liverrfi.J :anililamlnit,!, : ), -i.nrhi- It'1tltrdtilhltl: :': i iurf wouM not he able to prove anything. i
weeks after in
R i ",J they are set open
f}fir ), } ', four checks t.f flO acli. He .ice--tmiu.; it r- tot !li.tii, tollirK-. i cround or some time in June for the I Coroner Richard believes that Dr. I Feet Furnishers for Cash Onl-.
f npplitthl! r'-n- with and
wry early crop and early in August fcr M.oton: will be able to give testimony
in td tan to get his fine together
attempt ,
? ( ; 1I'lIlri lui .'nt. and inak: t1t' h,in grow' th"I.It'r crop." This hoeing; up process with referme to the wound on the j 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

I 'ti, { : but seems to have been di-- iH.u| :a .\\..t't! \\hole-ouie, healthy will prove serviceable even for the self I head of Lukens which will !Ill' impor- j I
1i worn all le fail 'I I
Ii t tl C'-urup'ed in same an,J has given it 9iup. t blanching:; early sorts which are to be I tir.t [tut. with the exception of the j

up. He would not consent to have Treatment I Ii 1 I blanched by means of boards. coroner no one holds to the belief HEY !
i Complete that the death of nkens was other

tie! city take the above valuable. i ii For I I Th.. :Aotlre A'.'rllu" the Imported. than: accidental. when he and al! the You remember I told about all the New Goods :
IffT i i Every Humour. $1. n>n-l"tln r of ti: TRlRAou you on ti.ti a
ft't1-, and $l ls>t> C;> to lessen the fine, *a.rin .!'M'4br.> ''I"ln-dh' ekwuteru-t3 Scrub cattle turned on the range far parties of the case; were more or less I
.< =* ant MMlt-1>, anti ..II"lIlhe tii! >'LeiifJ ,'uU.-J li;
such was not picked up every day. : 11'Tit t K\MNTMI-.M &*..), to In-utnth all! .ly from the haunts of men thrive and !intoxicated \VELL
1 iti'hin4nriiiiimitiuu! : ml irruitinii ai: I I i multiply. Hogs do the !same as was The only rev 2.InDg! sensation of the j ,
It was stated this morning, how- Mtle .III,t hf.ll, UlJ l'1'Tit I KA Hi.MiLl'l.M !I II
l'ILL> (!'.-.'.I..> rnul a"ll'iea"Ih.I.1.' ). I well known in Texas many years ago: case is the disappearance of Mrs. Lukens j I It's here, and ready for INSPECTION PUKUHAr-r: -

: over, that hu wife will personally! Cl'Tlrl UK itt,,'ILE.T TII.L4 (CllixiiUteCiuttil I,I when the woods were full of them. and Hans Rlt>Il. who were the j: Have we trot swell Good? Well, what a question. Of c ur- ;*
::1 : .induct the saloon: 0:1utll: Palafoxtreet : I I; ) are a new, U.iter! ,s. ",lc>rle.i, et<>- But our higher! bred cattle and almost friends of Lukens and were with him i i All in the gentleman's line and it will make you 1.,1.
'" iiltitute for stir 'ell'hrolt.,1 '
i LynJl snoutless hogs;: left without (care would at the time! of his death. to date even if don't feel that
I ( way.
'CTI'I: la,1.\ I II
j :t" and fast ) >t.a.wr1L.uran: nth rI,6.,4
as as profits
accrue I ) | |jurittt>r, anil liutiiinir t'ur.-. li. "re" i die out or degenerate to !scrubs: from I

will be paid to the city and get her Cap gel..i" 'htauIIIII\{ iliiM*.. |'rn e 2*. II: which they sprang. Trees are subjectto Polltrue-M In :Mexico.itiitlfoieu I CLOTHING.
add t'irouirSout the world Hnt\ Depot r. "I, similar laws. Our native for,8ttr.s
( lu Mexico hats whenever
'lu-baud: out of trouble. This pi.in i Cntrtfr'iou. q .l.>n>loD beach I....., 5Rj.deln tip I.
1'... 1'..... roTtea DILLY uu Caul; C....,...1'1\)1"-. I flourish! without pruning or cul- they tee: each other they shake The GARCON MEYER CO'S, a line that for manufacture. pn I I.

-'"--ms to be not to Fay'$ liking, for I ti\ition. and wild plants that have hau.h!" whenever they meet and part will !satisfy the most fastidious, and, I don't stop at the c1"ttt'! .

!. :.>' i i- very earnest in 'siying;;: he will many people from :Selma are eoj I!, never I been subject to 111:111's control they J i not l'ulsi Uer it lad farm to know the J. & M. :shoes and J nn. H. Stetson Hats don't take i

1, 8 r / are the hardiest' the earth products. I stand; in line oh the sidewalks anal 'for anyone, and have you ever heard a complaint against; t-! J .
:1' ; p ly the mayors exactions for hi j armng at that delightful resort. ,Orchard trees developed by art and shirt: :M th,- 1'14i's. they vvi.ir their1'i American Hosiery Co's Undl'rwt'af'f'11.. I ;!'Uf"o" ant anll"

.latiousof the law. I'! Did you say Neckwear, Collars and Cut!'? You bet I 'L. i\
i v. Nathan Bach of Memphis, Teun., man's deuce from the wild stock will h..tin a tb"illt'r, until the cun.iin ne-.
f'verydeocription. Just drop in or fall in and will IIP !L'
1 't [f he is not taken out this after is at the Merchant: hotel today. }{e
j''kv to} 'iitravf-lins! a well known pickling theo-selves. Fruit trees to maintainthe tw.'en the u-Ls and stand up tu lok
II ,11 by SuperiiiundentSpottsVkood, II
high character! to which they have tit ill" undiHKv. and after u Mp.uatUin .
and houe of
: preserving ; t.1| JOE COLEMAN'S.
Y u probable that he will go out the Inuis. I attained, must hate constant care of I ; tiny embrace and pit i.un oihiiI

hr-c thing; to-morrow morning, Af- j the same kind that has made them I, th* lux'k if they happen to be innj j.
iL ti'u. D. JP'P repreentiti3; a New : what they are. Ni !trlected orchards become I j mate fneiiils. [ 212 SOl'TII I'AhAKON l I M I 1I I
r i few dayson the streets he will 1
and but few I '"
( y? Orleans mattress:;; matiiifactory: is at unproduem a They smoke everywhere, c\ei in

t ; probably change his mind a? to not'': the Merchants.: )Ir. Pope met many: ;i }rear are required to reach the condition some theaterThey never carry Inn

that only the ax: : and the grubbing tile in the street hut each is utti'ntied ,
"J t "i lying the Sue or not making an off .' of his old friend he made here dur- R. POU
'l i hOt can rl'medy.-Tesas: : Farm and by a servant who carriesven tb'l I j F *'T* &*
: '. l I..rt tu raise it, for he acknowlfd- IL;; a recent residence in Pensacola 'I Itaui'h. smallest ,
wonderfully !
paekajre. They are ,
i f : i :,i- I ivsof actual manual: labor nave a+ a repre-entative of several courteous to each other, and urn
ture companies. Hlth and Mice ra.ily Devtrojed.Some ,
friends will sH-nd good deal of time
.. I a
., h. : f< N. 1.- circufflitioce-: always!
tr D. 1!. years aro: my attention wascalled in de<'idin w filch shall enter a room i DAY AXD NIGHT. .
lien of Mobile i at the Merchant : 1.11';: (M intelydeniiPOU s-
I !1-:< ;>iug: I t'ini! aw ty from turd work. ( to a :granary In Maryland under 14r i lam.-ice I riiL -- -
: ? today. )tr. Rea H a travel1 "
1 which number of had burrows
a large; rats Finally, eviry Mexican gentleman ;

i'' i 1i252.5252S 52.52.52.S'2.J 2.S. 525D1SOCIETY lug agent for the Central of Georgia: i +l into the ground. The building ,I when stroihni on u street insists on & GINGLES, Managers.i .

railroad, and his; successive; ; visit i, was double, sit on boosts raised about i i civ:: 'iis: the inside! of the walk to his'I'

!4i E tlmMo hei e recently are cousin; come com- I j i eighteen inehes ll"Utlle ground with tompanion as a mark of politcnos. i I ",1\ ', ,f.i', "
i.r; jjj
l meut. He dense that there i is, an wa, ..h'I'cwlJctW..t'lI.. The earth underneath This jKilnt is quickly decided if there i Iii |

r t tpecialiRnificance attached to his: ; was completely honeycombed a difference in station or age but if I'! ,

HI [r viitto Peu-acola. I j I with burrow Two pounds of carbon there is not and the two friends !godown POU .4.4

.' $ =] ANn PEHSONALStti Ii i bisulphide:! were sei'ured. Wads of cot- a strut and cross often
1 Today bciug; the sixth' anniversary ton \ arying in size from a lien's egg to the relative positions are changed a

t 'S2525Z5Z52525Z5 of the birth of Master Web-ter one's list wen- saturated and thrust new (llSt'US-iun as to which shall: in' : .< .< FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER'

?-52525? Kerry the family had a fine repast i' into every burrow that: opened on the etl' the inside l becomes necessary at

#" ? H. L. Herry of Andalu-ia Iher! e I prepared in remembrance of the Fiirface. The boles were securdyt'1"ll ( every corner. 17 ,West Intendrncia Street. Ollice Phone. :31. RI'ijfolJCfo "I'
: ? Only in two instances were the
bu-iness .
p <.u today.J l''ycuevent. The little gentlemandid
A holes ned by their oeciipai.tb and
.i J. H. Puce from Tampa pent a not forget the printer He feat : thi'Nfere iiiiukly! destrnjcd by a sec I A 1'aisonV ul.ltI'f, 'I. The man who owni! ,iinsures i- e

j .b '.I" f-w dayhere, registering at the TilE \ws force a supply of cakeand n,1 l ,]\,..... Wherever burrow is found "I want all! the world to know," OPERA HOUSE himself :a.I'- '
i i ( ... ,.. .,. trouble and worry. N; '
p '-'-- -----
;, l'- E-l.mbla. ice cream. May he live many : abort any: buihlnu';! it can be treated in writes Rev. C. J. Kudlon?. nf A-h- raise his rent and V! .. r

i i ;i moreis year and enjoy good the: N-uiie waj.-American Agriculturist away, K. I., "what a thoroughly; ONE NIGHT ONLY no terrors for him. It'- .
-'I E. F.
Johnson Florah Ala .
t a health. Rood and reli able medicine I found a home nowa.hyTb". c.

ei -. navil.torts man this morning re-- (! I in Electric Hitter They cured me FRIDAY SEPT. 12. Watson & Co. ci'. 11
i-tf-red lUnniuzhatn News : Mr. F. Ulltrvef .i! irs itall
at the Merchants. t ihopi tT and faterpfllars. easy; it and ,;
rI of jaundice and liver trouble* that!
tl entertained a number .>f'friend I n the west \iolent measures are beIng ; -- -
r Dr. Samuel Koch, thr Ilibbi caused me great -uttering for many'
k' } new : from Iirmincham last even- taken to pieient the triumphant ( : TilE DOCTORHAY : I 1'i'nyirelaamStop. t' 1kCQUIC.ITaIGsiluC.uu

I oJ j .,f'1'rtnplo8'.tn-El, will arrive her I>rore"'' of the grasshojpers. '1'h years. For a genuine, all-round cure ,....
In;; at the ice cream parlors of Oliver : Pure Food and Purr Fun are H -alt.iy: I : +: "
I from Mobile tinafteruoou.. dry tieids lire Mturattnl with coal ethey:| excel anything I ever ?aw.''
fn1l '. & Harvey at Pratt City in hon i
imd the torch Is ; j Electric are the surprise of ii
; I : t fj'j :t Ml;=es C'orne and Kato II >u-- of or of Mi-s Cecil Child' rsou, of Pen.cola I\' is to niaUe a grind -sized stack of straw plan I j 1 all for their wonderful work in Liver, Till: N I\\ i ,

1 r .\ fit Dixit Trio will imv' here tin -''. who is visiting her cousins 1 II tie: field in which the grasshop- 'Kidney I and Stomach troubles. {N iW

r ..:'t-rimon. While here they will be here. The little crowd left the sit v ; tigers will hide or make their homes. .,, Don't fail t'.> try tlitm. Only "itiL't- McFadden'sRow 1 lrrr .
h I satisfaction guaranteed tlW. A.
( -, ;. tiif guests. of the Mies Wood. on the.. o'clock car and the evenin,';; After a sufficient number have entered li ; D'Alemberte 121:! outh Pal.if"X.
The followihg i tins the stack is !' .iQ
+ : : proved mot delightful. 1 trap burned.
: *>iiuth Turner aJvalctareut of
; '', ... were member of the party:i As to the caterpillar the old rem :!j i The finest line oj umbrella- the
of FlatsI
s 'l't.llevll'ucti.U.: .. .Iall early Mi.: f" Saidee Uivius, Ina Hines i|., city of tying large; wads of raw cotton I i I city i-at J. I. Stephens':; Go look J NCKS

fm M"riiiiii. arrival at the Merchant ', Willie ]Hurton, Cecil Mae Childerson, about the tree trunks Las been founltu i j at them. --- _____ I j :

.- Tn. productiiMi, saul to be (greater be probably the best, as the caterpillars I S Till: I ,.1'f'1'Best :[:.
of Pen acola.! Fli.. Messrs. E. R. (I IHanna. Lay the dust. Youcanlinj\\I
hi r..t.11'er., will! appear here at an cannot pet a good foothold o tithe
a F. O. Barny, T. O. :\aftE'l.J. cotton and PO garden hose at the Willis\i -
eli j, rerlydate.I they are thus without \1
M. HivinMorns IJurtou. The> Cleans of climbing the tree. Hardware Co. cf All Spectacular Farces. RESTAQPI R N

I sltffti!? Mr. Fred Wat-oil and ,.j..h'r. Mi, party war chaperoned by Mrs. JJivin I
? F.. 11' it.ua. who have beenp hdinga : -. Mr-. Rurtoii and )Ir-. Hiaes. j jI i .1 Good I'lum. i I I ,' HAS NO RIVALS. .

d-li<: ritful summer at PerdjJo b"y jI J I I Among the more newly introduced rOMMIlM UP TO XOAHO'E \\ '
<< : oil the! Ntinualee place, pa...edf't.'Ugli I Japanese plums that have been suficitntly !: Carolina Portland

',.4 I :e .k !: rite! city ye-terday "-u route PUNISHED FOR tested tu determine their cum I'i :SHINES ALL OTHER-

? to their home in i-elir.a.: A tr"'at nuT'ialalue in diverse locations per- DAILY MENUS
}, I h.tpnone has attained to the rnuk I IOl'cl'il..1 Cement Co.BIRMINGHAM
ti43 f by the Jed June plum. It is I Comprise all t: I ai _
A + A UU'I.I'f: l'Il.nciII".I. .
-; -
i I strongly marked ,'
a+ a ; variety, ripening j i Date Dishes t1! .' .

3 t y4i c .1C ? <> .1 Murlil of IIlkrrnre.. Early this morning Officer Puhtell : \\el I in advance of Abundance and ALA. i hats of the W ..
t I itii ding the rough handling of corn MISSGome
iCt ?di ;Y5 "td[ l't'! Health Reort does not always arrested Charles Duly, colored, for i lilt-ma! transportation. Though; not i I Aff'I'd a
; !'tic: back health, but the He.1IthH".rt I I :Stock <>f all Hih; 'Grades Ai a(;;
cruelty to amnnl Daily was fined[ of highest; quality in a fresh state, it mHI'cau -
and proper food make: a l prettyure i s i' Portland Cement. "G-rnllllltt." at:
I cooks well and forms E. Rouse
t combination.Mr Uti! by Mayor Jones at the police an excellent su t} I IsUtute i German ".-atnrn," German Portland ..

-. E. Keniutt, >prmntielJ, )h\., ': court ses-ion. : for the damson when canned or I'' Cement KiD?S > Y. Calcined Ladies' Pr\ah. a

1 ; t writ.- :-" [ was pronounced a conumptivf j I II preserved.l Pb-ter, Ito-elidale Cement kept at. ,

F and gent to Ashevillf. \.I I. The neero was arrested while drivin -i, I ID.n't Norfolk. Portsmouth, Charleston.1 I Ii Dixie Whistler Dining Parlor. I
iti t4 < i f for my health. I Jut could not II l Stones In Garden fall.M i Savannah.Jack-onville: Pen acola, ; "
II i
a badly hor down
) I ? crippled e ;
fat without a cup of coffee, and mytitUiach i be impatient to get all tina 'I I Mobile; New Orleans, Galveston. Am
i. -
>< t 4;[ was in such a condition; Baylen! street. The horse drew ; small stones out of your garden'soiL We aUo make shipments direct from AS81:5TEJ
1 '
that I could not drink it. I was al- Any as large as a !baseball should I MilU wherever we Mrs Emma ;
cart on which were loaded BWpounds get cheapest; Gertie Pollard Soprano:; Regular Dinner Daily t't m despair when the I
landlady taltly be taken out but the : freight rate Sole !selling agents forIab.lma"
oi my boarding hou-e said that if "i of ice. The animal: had large : stones, especially those the ccr-I: ".\ and "Southern Cross i I ....
size j Misdate t t
j Accoipanist -
; Rouse >
{ ; .
weal I drink I'ostum Food Cotfee, I stand Portland Cement
Y : would: find it would take the place Ji?i sores on one of its leg and a wound II loose warbh, help the soil by keeping it ,I lia Hydraulic Natural Cem"ent"Jlagno- Short Order Promp
I allowing Alai)
'M suttee and with good circulation of water -
agree me. Sue:: madeit another leg.tunrry. made near Birmingham. I
and helping to it ; i t-tiled. Mgl or na> .
delicious that I somewhat
so enjoyed -- I
c meal! l I ate, and gained in flesh every and I I'urulturr. FLU Is f.'Sl'l"ci3l1y"aluable where aa Correspondence Solicited Comet Solo lu Prof. E, 0L! Clia[ers,, 1 .<.<:;

t' s ''E f strength! so rapidly that: I was ableto j The less furniture n nursery contains I! early crop is wanted. I ICHI.av II 1 J I .
C r come back home and live. I the better., Much furniture obstructs i _n___ Violin Solo by Miss Lillian Jacoby.J If It's Something! Ot -" .1

I give Postnm more credit for my the free circulation of the air and prevents i Garden hose at the Willis I NOTICE I. t: f011i'I! b.10Il'U0 ;(:

a t t z3, return anything to else.health I than am sending climate you or I the children from taking proper Hardware Co's.It ---I,; Seats on Sale at Coe's.The Nick Apostle *

u'rdse In I In* room. It the floor of NEITHER the captain,owner* ,
this letter for the benefit of those I
,; y wl:o are having; a hard time living: I the nursery must IK covered let there For the next DOra ateam consignees.hlp Ida of will the be HpsaIsh re-- Popular Restaurant.
I + j and I am sure that if they will u;-e be a rug, piece of carpet or dnipget I II 1 IllO J t C CoSt t 60 days-fur. lpomtble for debts contract. best for the

Postum, their lives will be pro- which! may be easily and frequently! : niture at O. ed by the crew oi said<< vessel.V.ARANO, I a tt res el' price ever sold! here. litIIr.
.. i M. Pryor's to make
t J:1ced.:: I I taken. cp and shaken.. ,i! stock. room for new ,I Gulf Transit'.onslgll'e Co captain ert I Store.J O. M. Pryor'3 Furniture 'J' !J,