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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: September 13, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
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vOL. 37. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY AFTERNOON SEPTEMBER 13. 1902 NO 100

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V/OMAN'S BEST FRIEND I
; I Cures All Kinds of

13 THE I: \ REMAIN FIRM;

Kidney and Bladder TroublesKidney

So Says Mrs. Rose of New York City Will r !I'

Stay Out Until Concessions and Bladder Trouble} } Rheumatism

Are Granted.NO and all kinds of diseases produced !I.y au
And: Tens of Thousands of Other Women. excess of uric a-'id.


MATTCR HOW LONG THAT !3,1.I

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r' Mr=. Ellen Thompson, Battle Town, I H arrisLithia

h.any Local Unions cf the United MineWorkers
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wrote for advice I I J
you was
Have Held Meetings
very bad of!. When I rcct'i'I..Iour I I Water

''Zr rr 1i V- letter commenced using: Perur.a and it ." \Vliich; Strikers Affirmed Their Allegiance
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a+N,1"e, f d' Mu 1 L 4 '. t dul just what you raid it would. have ; to President Mitchell. ;! 1 r
; bail a cough for about fifteen years and 1:3: ri'C'iHinrMided \1'V t L"+ l let> physicians allUyFr

+ jour medicine has done me more good 1 the United State*. For sale everywhere.shipped S

ff ; than anything( I have ever used. I am Special; to The Daily News. .i anywhere

su thankful t<> you for your advice to i

i iw me."-Mrs. !:lien Thol11p'on. Taman.ua. Pa., Sept. 12.- :trials of Can .
Nothing Compare
Mrs. James F.ightaey: Grape, llich., the coal companies btate that on )IOIl' I

writes: day to more brtake.s in this btUiouwill 1 with HAJSKIS LITHIA CARBONATED WAfeR for table nw. HAKKI LIIIHA .

p""?"qltis "I have been troubled with pain before I i he comeiUfd into wa sl'lloeow ," Gi'.if.1..& u the finest of all alee k I

and during my monthlies ever Mneo iu the Panther creek valley! and an
Write for Free Booklets-Full testimonials of ,
cures analysts,
I was; seventeen. I was also troubledwith other on the outskirts of this: plat etc. to show to your physician.
other female weakness. I took It is expected that the two plants will

p"M, your treatment, and am now well" and ship over one hundred tons of coal a Harris Lithia Springs Co., Harris Springs, J. C.
thank you fur your kind advict. Mrs. day. A foroe of deputies Is being secured

\ ,t f te James Eighmey. to guard the operations.

Mrs. John Meyers, Erhart, O.,writes:
r Nearly all the "locals" of the United
a
I'w "I have been a sufferer from chronics have CALL ON OR TELEPHONE
1 Mine Workers in thi'Idnln'
catarrh for and have thereby lost
s' year held meetings at which the strikers
II Ky rl, Ij .I!; 1 the sense of smell entirely. I had four M. W. MARSHALL. Pensacola: Fla.
aiiirmed! their allegiance to President
of the best physicians In this vicinity --
Mitchell and pledged themselves to
without receiving any benefit whatever. of fdvaTIIng the territory of Acri'an.l
stay out until the coal companies grant
'+ "."ow I am once more a well woman. concessions, no matter how long it \WARSHIPS SAIL FOR opposing the Bolivian authorities hM

w ri 4C I find Peruna to be the test medicinein msy be.The been confirmed cabin the Rio Janiaro

t ,. N t the world as It has done me more men apparently have little hope corespendent: of The IIt rald. It Jj
r Alip ISTHMUS! OF PANAMA
+ti good than my physician could have that the meeting of Mitchell and Governor reported that Rodrigo Corvalbo i.

p done for me. My friends say I look Stone in Harrisburg tomorrowwill I the leader of the revolutionary move
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ten years younger. I tell them that have: much effect on the strike : luatlou. ment.
I Peruna did it. I can't thank you Commander:: Potter, of P.anger !

's a' '- ai enough for }oi-r free advlce."*..Mrs.
v John Meyers. Strikers Attack Nonunlonicts.VkMketbarr Cables Ltpartraent.SITUATICN I ST. LOUIS

1'a. Sept. 12.Theiswas
r 1: y' Mrs Ida Baker, Portsmouth, 0., tome trouble at the PrO poct :
THERC:: 13 SBI: LIGHTING SCANDALSpecial
WTlI.s: mine of the l.( heh! ValleyltCca: : company US'I
"i am glad to pay that I nm well. Ihu..tJ I
this morning While a number
taken Peruna and feel better thanI United States Government Is Taking
of nonunion men were on their way to
have fur ten years; have painxl: twelve to The Daily Nc.vs:
work attacked )D Measures to
they were by am. Prompt and Vrjorous
J pounds and am still gaining.; When I an.1 of the knocked St. Louis S@L't. 12.-TTi.. gnd Jury
two men were
9 qtr wrote to you for advice I bad given up Protect American Interests and Relieve mrt today aiid rufcuiuttd the icvestia
down and several shoOts mere fired,
all hope of being; well apsin, :ind I feel'that but no cue was injured. Sheriff J> Situation; on Isthmus, tion into the city llgltsne: wandiL
it has saved my life."-Mrs. Ida issu'i
Eight subpoeoat were yester-
cols went a cumber of Of4Ho to tt.;! I
Baker. "rfr.ai ord..r'u soon restored dry aft'-rrna fur .ltnt'H.1I to appearabefore
Alice S" tt. of Franklin, Ky., in a let
I. i!. Special to The Daily News. the grand jury today. l igav

ter"For to Dr.wren Hartmin lone, say: I hr.d been a Many Miners Strike In Ohio. I Wa"l ugt JU. SepL 12.-By noon today MeiJ.jra former delegate, who was

Jennie Rose 362 W. Twent,v.Second Street, Aew York City, writes: constant sufferer from:year catarrh of tho Mimav. 0.. Sept. 12.-one thousand the navy department: had been ad. wanted *a a wlintt last ap'bn; bus I

Co. Columbus 0. miners are on strike at Jobs twlnt in vised that who left the city and was located at
"cruna Medicine : pelvic oran: which resulted in displacement I the two warships! ordered

emen: "Peruna Is a blessing. suffering women. I suffered with of the uterus.. I wrote you Ahrens county over the qeustiou of to the scene of trouble on the isthmusof Memphis Tenn., was the only witness

trouble since I began menstruation, ind every month I suffered two and telling you all my complaints from tho check off system. Tao miners of both 1'auau.a had sailed for their des- served with the P1lLpveMlut night.
the old and mines at Jobs went The Inquiry will continue in the houseof
days of untold agony, and had to arrange my work and duties so as ton beginning: to the present, male lup]'y uv tinations.A
delegates in connection with the
timo out. The companies have heretofore telegram received from Admiral
and much eJeourl1et"pry: :; by was -
bed month for two days at least.
every stood good for the check off: of miners light bill. Because of the statute regulating -
your kind and fatherly letters of advice Casey commanding the I'aciiie
HJ brother cured of Bright's Disease from the use of Peruna and so bribery: Missouri, the light.
was *
and instruction. I am now a strong; who were behind in their store bilk, station, stating that the big .mlcchiiWisconsin
ftermlned to try it for my trouble. woman weighing; US pound"-AlieoScott. but they refused: to continue to do so left LJreme.ton today, and In? bill will be outlawed in io days.

Imagine my great fay when I found that It relieved me Quite a bit the first louger and the ir'ners! went out. alter taking on coal at San Francisco Indictments must IK found within that: i

and 1 was entirely without pain during that period after bating used If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory will resume her long voyagen' tha time if they are to lii effected. It isstatl'
Mitchell; Says i\o; ..arly Settlement. that indictments Ltf
may not
the of Peruna
only four months. results from use : Pacific coast.Commander.
Indianaixilis. ind.. Sei4. 12.: -In rospoiisv '
write at once to Ilr. Hartman, giving: a T. C. McLean! with the returned against: the mon accused of
lit* habo-jttHOjearsagnand ail durlntbattime I hare suffered no pain. rtatemeiit of your case aid ho will to a ratasagii sent to The News Cincinnati, started for Colon within bribery in connection with this deal t

'n- come arid go as I like and consider Peruna woman's best friend pleaded to give you bisaluablc advice Jol.ii: Mitchell !'T< dent! of the miners' a few houis alter the receipt of thDl1'Y Circuit Attorney Folk filing information

h that every suffering woman might know that she can find relief gratis. (organization today replied as follows against them Instead. The law
department's order and l cab! 'tl I
he use of this mcdLlnc." Addre' Dr. llartman. President of from Wllkasbarre: "Thore is uoth- gives him this i lower and there are
Secretary Moudy to that effect this
Truly yours, The llartmau Sanitarium: Columbus, inK to Indicate an ,-ariy settlement of morning.As several reasons why he might exercise

MRS. JEVA7E ROSE. Ohio. tie anthracite strike" It, FO' it is stated, rather than having
a further! indication that the vigorous -
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Strike Ties Up Electric Line. ; Puectg of th"> nan department

': I Ou'tiawa. Iowa., ii"'llt. 12.-E''cry to relieve th.. situation: on the isthmus Hartman. F.r'kl'rt Shrridaaami
tf SCOOP GOES BACK TOPRISON JEWELRY/ THIEVES I I.-hmann, indiofinl del v.s ara
\ I i I eltTtric line with one exception wag are none too early, the following car *
su.l in hiding, hoping, it -i been
tied up today b> a strike\ of motor blegram was received from Commander
UNDER WAY/ i BARS NABBED mm and ( on'lurtors out of -mpathy Potter of the Ranger who with a persistently stated that th y can a--
range for bondsmen! before ('Qml0dill'to
I II with i.e: l.u" ore 1J of the Ottumwa small gunboat, the Ranger, Las for th-
I !I court. They do not know, however !
-- Tiaction !: \". present the entire situation to look R
I : Li-t that the ilrruit! : attorney: Is considering f

.W-. Special to The Daily News. !'Special to The Daily News. I! after: \ the a'!ivi.-at.llity of asking th> ,

I lu! I-. Moi:.. Sepi. 1C: .-A special t'l Nee Yurk, rfei't. 12.-Two a: nts i I ALASKA SHAKENBY Panama, I deceived! ) cipher rces az: > conn to make tin !ir !buiiii larger wh'a I.j I R
t(!'I. tvpt. 12.-1'h.Suti- ths! morning [saying) rerolutlocib'si I .
The Mm.-r front Deer Lodge says made in East l.T: >th erect by city de- they to! < onie in.TAPEWORM
J. ompdny is Ut';; t1dUIt; .. railroad line. Situation serious,
teethes resulted in tl: recovery, under
that "Tom" O'Brien, who cstspfd from
':*w of the Quern and peculiar circumstances of EARTHQUAKE Transit acmes isthmus still open. '
prop..r."alu..l
the state penitentiary: about three
-vsi-ni President: Spencer \ at F'LuHn: which is alleged tu (Signed) Potter."
weeks himself the ty : 'l
ago. presented at
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."'i ern, Is now in KnglanJ"MiaWy : prison do,.vs early today: and surren- have been stolen from a hou e in We tTWf'nt.third "i I In view of the reports that political 'I I Ii

ftatfd that the dii derr'l. O'Brien's: case I U most unique. i>tr. f t a few hours earlier Special to The Daily News. gigtlCctnc attaches to ts latest tilt- CAUSED DEATH .
i uf his: visit i is to effect the the Seattle Wash,' Sept. 12: .-Passengers i
evening.
O'Drien's object in escaping was that in patch of naval force to th lithumus
It the ln! which will give William McXaniec the gv-: on the steamer Humbold bring ( i ii
: ho might: have the public on his side was name I of Panama, & statement was gaineltoday I
New O
- : o'iinaiweinto! > of the alleged clime for which h* was en by the first [>: ison 'r. He was the report that earthquake shocks occurred from a high and unquestionable 'Special.
to The News.
, .ts.<>\'. n rails. sent to prlsou. Pursued by officersthe taken to the station for assaulting a AUR. 1" alone the coast between official source to the t-fTerj that the Daily i. i i i"I
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'u hoe male overt urrs fugitive furnished I letter after letter n.'auiant employe. {;I'on bein, Mitir and Yakutat, in Alaska. At Dun protection of American In crests and New York Sep" 12.-After performing -

...tiifnt occasions for the to the Hiitte Miner, in which he sK searched a large quantity cf valuablejewtlry das the shaking lasted: several seconds. the enforcement of treaty guaaat an autopsy on the body of Rudolpn!

+ and Northeastern divi'j forth his case pleading for public sym was found. Shortly after. The shock broke windows, caused are the only two co sid ratone involved Haller/ laborer a coroner's phyilclan/ 1.

'u and Crescttt: but the pathy. O'Brien is a graduated veterinary ward a man representing himself as the collapse of an unfinished building In the sending of addlUon.il has decided that insanity from which .

i, i'tion is un a paying surgeon and was a "trusty" at I Frank McXamee brother to the prisoner at a salmon cannery and badly frightened warships to Panama and Colon.It Hailer !suffered and died, was causal t 'I'

'-' ncTn! declined to soil: tne penitentiary. Before ha escaped, entered the station. Questionsput a number of Chinese flishermen. was pointed: out that peculiar drcumstanc by a tape worm Go feet long. j

.'Ii and Northeastern he gave the prison hound opium and by the police aroused susplciors! Tailor Bay was filled with ice Jarred made necessary the dispatch Haller's case puzzled the insanity

i HI.,VicKsburg and the then mounted a well known race horse and he. too, was s arch
'*' ..\ ', jtort and Pacific arc belonging to the warden on which he I sorts was found, together with Into the water, choking It almost to the occasion really warrants. The would fall In what appeared to be aa I..
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IT.- management.r : i About the same time reports} ,,"prerert'"ed only 133 men. There was no other apparently b*> normal. The autopsy i
-.. '- has been: an ahgo) : BDy's Wild title For Life showed that the has distended '
Certain Cure fur Dysentery and at police headquarters downtown vessel available on the Pacific coast tape worm
'' cjr.sider any i>roi>osiUj Diarrhoea. of the robbery In West Twenty- With family around expecting: him save the big battleship Wisconsin: so the organs and caused such"

-, t" purchase of the "Some years ago I was one of a third street. The woman reportingthe :: to die, and a son riding for life, 18 that while It was like sending a man pressure on the tendons and ligaments .

u \,.h did not include party that Intended making a long loss was at once taken to the station miles, to get Dr. King'a New Discovery to perform a boy's work, the depart- connected with the spinal col t

'. .itiipanies. The fan in lath: street, where the,olice! for Consumption, Coughs meet had no alternative. Moreover it umn and epical cord that the brain .
.r has deemed it DOC bicycle trip, says F. L. Taylor, of and Colds, W. H. Brown, of Lees- .
stated she identified the property mea- is l learned that the department has decided was affected.
"d' a trip to England; the :) New Albany, Bradford county, Pa. ville, Ind., endured death's agonies
tioced.THE from asthma, but this wonderful not to send the Panther with
'! deal makes it ap- "I was taken suddenly with diarr- Quality is what makes price. It
medicine gave instant relief and the battalion of marines to the isthmus
1 f Smthem la very much hoea, and was about to give up the SANTA !9e. soon cured him. He writes : "I now unless Commander McLean, upon Burnett's Vanilla Extract was ao better

trip, when Editor Ward, of the SUltl8.TlUSG ESTABLISHMENT' sleep soundly every ni bt." Like the arrival of the Cincinnati at COlD, than other extracts its! price wouldbe

Laceyville Messenger,suggested thatI marvelous cures of Consumption informs the department that the men the fame Once tried, always!
Est" in the warm gulf waters is
Trophy a Fraud. take a dose of Chamberlain's Colic Bathing Pneumonia,Bronchitis,Cougs, Colds and.
conceeded to be the finest in the and its matchless merit are needed. In the meantime the
>. I Grip prove
Sept 12.-Rav. Ja Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
world. Every thing for pie.isure with for all Throat and Lung troubles. battalion will b* equipped and pro'i.ajoned -
K i .;astor of the Church purchased a bottle and took two safety. Good board and lodging, by Guaranteed bottles lOc and 11.00. and tie ship is held in readiness JEWELER IN HIS
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.t>mE'r. In a lecture on doses! one before starting and one on the day or week. Luncheon prompt- Trial bottles free at W. A. D'Alem- for an immediate departure for Coloj.

ands; delivered at St. the route. I made the trip success- ly served at all hours, day or night. berte's drug store, 121 !Bout Pala fox Rear Admiral Silas Casey commander NEW STAND !

Cathedral, pronounced and never felt any ill effect. CHARLES H. BHRTOX, I in chief of the Pacific station, .
:ark Christ" brought fully 2m-tf Manager.CA.BTOTLIA. at almost cost for themake
almost will go down to Panama aboard th3 J
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was
last
Again summer F 't
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next days to
k >:1 the Bu- urm life
transport completely run down with an attack room for new stock. Wisconsin and take practical command I have moved my jewelry store to I

The" real black Christ of dysentery. I bought a bottle of B the its Knd, You u HaHA'wafsB"eg1) 0. M. Pryor. of the naval forces upon his arrival 120 South P.tafox'formerly occupied -
: he said, "Is noth- sri _
this remedy and this time one there
same by Bass' & Co., and am noW'better
r. a beautiful block! cf dose cured me." Bold bv all drug- 83 .t
: :...iced by a sculptor tofare gists and medicine dealers.Foiey's dietetic value. While refreshing and Rebels Will Invade Acre. prepared than ever to givegreatbargainsin I
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: of Christ It Is pleasant to take: it helps assimila New York Sept. 12.-Th
rumor thai Jewelry, etc. Call and see me and
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-' lily as such" and Is not Kidney Cure BANNER_ 3A__LVE tion of food. Sold byDAXSHEI'SSER a revolutionary expedition is being let me convince yon. '

3 vtncrated. makes kidneys and bladder rights the most healing salve tfvs worth BROS. prepared Marutps fog tt.f.purpose J. I. STEPHENS.

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plenty air and be dressed as coolly as possible. Give plenty of ice water .:.
a !... small quantities and pel mit patient to eat as much as desired. T R.,0 to three bottles usually! effects a cure.

:.: FOR OTHER FEVERS. STOMACH AND BOWEL TROU&.ES-Take a wine glassful every two hours until system is thoroughly
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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 131902. t


DIAMONDS FOUND IN GEORGIA. GO' D DUST =-a.

rOllNG MOTHER I !
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Ccr:itt Co..r.ty.

f..t'a Glo.. i:= ,M i..-- Arc th"r. dia-

.I.... ; in I'.r.t" '.\*. J. H.d: r- Me GOLD DUST fwjiso your work." I

rfav Need Helpful Advice at Trying i..r ian t--.-:' m:;.dao"t! 8: u ia"J

devoted a l.retime: to the stud; .,: tain- \Vashirg! dashes in the c.d way-3 tm.es a day 1C95 tares! : a year .

: to. They Should Rememberx erclh art to arc haooiiMiral: r-- irch. I Y year in and year uut-means druc6'eryW.I1 .
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It \\.il; l Le resieni'ered thai he '.ISlov I

x Pinkham Freely Offers Her Hell a kaolin: mice oa Coo: ::' 1 Mlow's :r

place, near Trton a ., A wsince. tk9 GOLD DUST

; tlieiiy Advice. I II ;: Yesterday he was as,nri.shinA! )
friends here bj the extiWtioi! of s'v dl 1 l

I I tral e'oales which he thick a i j. '-ediamonds. :! do more than hilf the work far; you. It softens hard water ; C1.ts il i

: These he says! h<. i: -rovered grease and grime makes dishes shine like a new dollar.

r i her: were only alive." I in the bed of a ricer; in i'i :u n \ j The quickest best and most economical way of 'I

mothers this ecunty, but accents: to s;:y ( a, 'lywnere. ,1 washing dishes, glassware. silver pots and pans.There's .
: I h \ "uii# tu* expression!
He says the stones -1.!: h.' ilK!! no substitute worthy the name. Insist
.. Iw1" life she has known a mother's watchful care. "the morning star" In the ii\- >n.1 upon GOLD DUST.

". .l iimther herself and gains in strength but 810"Ir. anti that there are quantit s ot tm-an j

fir \\oiM! to do everything for her bale, but cannot. where these were taken f'um.

!l.ilie h.is unfolded in the young mother's heart new The tones exhibited are 0: i transparent .

1..I"t a living ie.si on:"ibility, and n'lui1'l'tl'l'lIgth! to I Ii glituring substance a in: ll '1

i : .:iu ;\ loving nut:;. At such a time too much care cut Ilass.! Part of one that ." iixjk

;...'l i UK- neatest assistant that iiatum tau lave is from the river bed has been ;., '.: to

!4 ..ni'" Vegetable Comiimiiiil.: an expert who pronounces :it a .;.'mine I

L dlau. ...t. This one n.:'. I 1'1"; ain .
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lie first child is
i : an t>i-ci.illy trying: experience I
tir! it } ha:if! and afterwards n.i 'II' ill!I ,
help
get.:1
tan happy' healthy, joung mother I 1i'1
r-.If and all y.ho know her, and 2iib. 1'iuklum's uiedU i !pifio. i Hes.1:1" "'">n*' In ::1'1'i i I
.thing else .1 abrol\i \\J-) .' t.,,'" T;i .
: up a- ruB
i ('hr 1'1 I \ I.t: '. 10m :, .: It' I
.1 h, I'n (*!u4 Lilly requests jouiifr mother awl \uesi
they11r'I :111, in'. She has l been niotlier! helper, 41.! < cif.: ,." t.., I L. M i. ;fl,". ,, 'uP I'dt'"t \

r llwn..aluls-ltt her lic-ly jou it will cost Jon : I I '- i '."It. I. >'.-.' !'. Iti '

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110, L. f1CAGLISH

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WHEAT DAMAGED ,y

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Vest Disastrous Season Cxpsi: crc.-d 4.ade'niy by THE N K FA'RBANK' COMPANY.
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s +, i t j. n_ In Many Years. Q1CagO. New York Bosion t Lou'S-Makers 01 0V AL FAIRY SOAP.

N '.\ York K" pt. 11'.--Ac<', ',,1:..si: 'o

r' iK's from all parts of Eal'd: (! .1: .
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luarairs of the lat thee III"I,
We will launuer your gprcaas to, .
rt"ii'iu on top of au e'ret!una.ly : TIME TABLE.
15 cents! each and make: them look
hat tumnir, have seriously! damaged; like uw !Htar Laundry. I

:' J41\ the cro;':>, i-aliles the London corresponri --- -. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.1N

'nt of The Herald. // you wish the very best EFFECT 1I.l'E'lIaR 1. IH01 -

Grain halO suffered severely. Owingto
ice cream freezer at the very New Orleans and Mobile.
the weather it is of such pwr qiul- -- --
i ity that early samples failed to t lowest price, the Willis .
& \o.6. +o.4. : Nt'.:. No.8. I No.l. No.1.
,: a hid on the market. With a contm- Hardware Co. can please 7:15 a 12:15m I I 11:0. p I.f'/lve.... PPneacola..Arrtve 6:1. a l 4:110 p Qoo p
":'-.111 2:'7 p 1\12 a Lt'a\'I1.... "Iom/lloa ..... Leave 2:8.1 a 2a4O p 7:26 p
uar.p of the prevailing weather it m'lyi 1100; a 4::! p i :2:55! a : Leave...... Mobile .....-leave 12:5.1n't: I 11:16 n 6:00: p
i i! he lays and weeks before any consd- you. ...._.. :!:'f1 I 7tJa Il'a.N...\\ tlrleanI.raye 5:01p- 7:2: a .._
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Iy praliie] quantity of wheat can be put on iybIiKLY CUKDULi North.
;- kc1 I\\ tm. market.
y 1 : One of the largest agriiuturalit! FOR STEAM DIVISION ='0. 2. No. I. No 1 i No. 3. i
11IIj pm 12:1: p m 1.1&\8.._. Pt'o-/l'ola .....Arrlv'" 4\1\ pm'I 6:011 a m
in I 10111 In.shae states that with wheat t ENt4.tCOLA! IJI'C'ImCnnMI 1\1 1I:11am 6:17pm Arrive.. MontolneryIeavP l1liiam '! Pl\. pie
11\\1 a m l 9lspin ,Arrive..Btrmiogham.Leave 5ttam: Isiepml
in is present damage condition the I UAiliWAY COMPANY i5 Dill I 111. a m Arrl"..... lIsa\'llle ...Leave .. .. .. _.
C I .i. c-on would prove ore of .he most : Y::il a 111 1\1:1 a m Arrive .... l.oUI"\'llh' .... Leave 9:15 p In 2:4.5 a m
Tr .'ni leave feaeacola for the Lut 7:21 am 11:1\1 am Arrive .....l.'Ioclonal1 .. Leave 6Ielpm :ibpm
d.tlrnts:: that has been J ;,
cxin-nencv ayo.l.lIIg CayouWarringtcaNavyYan: I 7:2"\m 1:1'11: m v.I'I."n'I_ \'' !:1' p 11 ":/i.pm
luni! ; the let :1'fl? years. | and Fort l.jur&aOIat: i --
PEli iA-COLL'l AND RIVER JUNCTION.
I rt-tua m.arrive at h on Bar rRnom T.lSscHI I

OLD DEFENDERS' DAY llJOp.m.arrlveat"'ort.00 a.in.arrive at Kort Karransai H-urances 10.a 1t Epc..n I No. 21-lIally NO. 8-DNiiy I :1 0 Hop where dine not .ho.n I No. 2-Daily No. 22-VIU,
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8HO p. m. arrive at ?ort llarrascas! 1:1311 a i1557:01/ (0 m .. Pensscota..Arrlve! le:5t pm 6:80: pm
: Baltimore Observes of I 8:15p.ta.arrlv".. hort Barraacas T'Vpa I 1t:1; night 7:1:1": I ...... Bohrmw.. "'.' II 111:81 11:1'11 I.
Anniversary 'fc:0 p m arrive a' I'ort Btfanciii! 5:4u 5r-3 12:'O" 7Id II 'Leave....... YOI".lra. ... II 1'1:211 11:01 "
laW: of North Point. I Trains leave Fart Barr nc.jtor Penn 12i":: 7:19 II ._}.;sramb1l......_ II 10:3'J 6:111 .
...... __. .._ II '
: B. irimore. 12 Toda cola at I 12.l.: 7:211" .. Molat lon 6:4.)
.. \11111:1"111'1'' between Stpt. > IS Krow.i It .. .. ......... .... ..... 11):21 '
1illl. .iull1 vppr.Mi-hl\ 1 J. 'ln\\ tli.n. Pfnsacola' ...... NOO UI\I" 7J.: Harp 6tll:
;I' at a. B
i jhT' a.; Old Defetiilcre' Day it heilg: I II 7:1)am arrive I 121": 7l5 _._....60\It City......... II 10al: 6:27 "
.' !id! \ 'I tirnl; :;t. TuuiK "E EIi.lloo-tl1! N..L: "hid1 goes 11:") p m.l6rrlve at l'en''coi..ll.5 p.c 12:'>'1" '1:111": ..._ .... Milton ..._. 10:10 610 "
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tl'" anivtrsaiy: of the battle of North! Arrive at Fenaftoo'a 2.49 nI ..
i i-.m m. P.
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111U': I ........ 1\J:: am. Range 4:1'0.
Point in defense of Daltimore! against 6ii II m arrive at Penaaocla ..._. 6:45 p B7dp I I:f,') 8:15'' It ........... 1I0in .... _. P:16 1:16: "
write ) m. arrive at Pbasacou 1:451.: II _....... : ....._ "
t.ldel'llItI to Mulligan 9M1
2JIJ" 1:11
-. 1'iNhiUM t-i: will tike: 1Ilhll..hallI"'; : !IUH' 1ItO
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British attack in 1814. Cy <5 iu. arrive Pensa.ola tK B. a
j proclamation 8. p. It .
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little Two 2:1:1: It 8\: _..._-Crestvtew...... .. W:18 1:110":
i."t have! any dot:Mr \.iiniiif mi. 1 haw one pirl i I of the governor and major '.thturdyl Only 8:1.) II 8.l I It
.i\' liabv was Wn I bop-in tin-n"' of Lydia 1.1'iukhai't FARE FOS WHK OATS. 8:'3" iIO 1\10.sp Brad 11:4"" 8:18"
little At the j it is a legal holiday in the ,tate and It .ileFuniaknpringe. S.5! II 548 "
'r Compound and have n .w a fine healthy girl. l'eneaaota to Port I;"rranca and return t6cl'elIcoia 1:0.1" 11:113
'. hut fwintv-une hut mv health is nr.t SO go nxl. I am 0113. all the banks exrhaagos and to Navy 1 and and return.... B:.. 419 ". IU II _........ Argyle ., 7\4" i:2I1"
ponn : 440 1>:1 7 It .....Ponce de Lc>olL.... 7:1.11' !:1I1"
to Palmetto Beach and re.oru Ib : >
ree.aota
r. pain, have iln-.ulful, n:':--dnwn ttflings, and f-"nn"tiling1 like I ot"x r iriitiitior.s being rlogi-d. Coinme. : 5:00" 111:10 II .. Westvill"...._ 7:17 IM "
.iv tl i IK. coming from ice ',..TM- ;ire me ," 'ur advice.Mn8.. | .< !business! was (..artialljusjiend- SUNDAY ICHEOUDK.: 6loS: II llln ._ ..... l'ary\'III" .-..- 'IU 1:1\1 "
Miller ;t. UizaU-tli. N..1. I h..'. 1. ivju. ) When weather! parmits till rannlng o 6..'I" 1":111 .-.._..11001'").. ........ fIM I 17: "
KA n, in: i I ed all.1lr ,.
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I tJUS !partriotic co ebrationsi open eoacbes.Uvi II'M 107 ?....... l hiple! .. .._ 11:81 1C4 II
'tr.1.1'\KII\\I-I have now tan f.nir bottles "f Ljllin J:. i I took plaitin the public parKs femajola LT Pert Barr"AU' 11.81 II 117 1'1 II _....'oltond"le...._. ". 6I9 I IS'I: : nook ) '
bottle 9am. 13 a. za.ll 7:1_) II 1I:2 ......n.Marlanna ....._.. 11(10 I 12:16 "
"I' '.iiu'> Vofjet.ililo ('UIIIlIIIlIII.111'11 I hatlllnbht..1 the first I a. m. Ii m 7J1tJ" 11\5"- II ..........Cypress......... Ii:!!.'! 1 lIH5: "m
I wrist about grew smaller and has now gone( entirely. I feeli i To Make a Doll Boy. 1)1. !:'1. W p. m.o. 7:10" 11:52" ? ......liranft Rdge:._. 6:11'4 I 11: '2 "
i..itni.'lan': f..tor! lieside ymir IIlI'llidn Your \'t"ll't/ll,1l' Cotni I ."T\'rrlU: ;: ii buy continually; at the In 1p.m. 7:511"' 12:1(5\ noon .. ..... Hneads' .. ....... 5:21 10:50 '
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8:16" 12tS" ArrlvlI..RIVl'r nctlou _I Pavr 5:1.1 I Itl:*'
; U nelit I have in.m p.m.
The
m'l tli m. p" i' 'i. sori'nes.. ami lieArinjr down I Ctimletuutti' reiiiaikitl the observer of
il d. )', tad alonwill le ruiile as ions 4p.II pn. -
II l' V. ni rut niy .
o\euts juiil thiii::*. "n no way to sharpen :ap.rn.i tf.tnp.
\lw. a, 1 .1.\ n. ir.Millei'.st.: r.li/ilH. N..1 (Jan 27,1900.) ', a m. p.C I
the buy. -\uikcM Iatt.nlln. LAW DEPARTMENT
A. ) i h>''.'_ I. the f.1 that <"me skiptical IT""I'e! FAKS vas tUKDAT I
\ _rl t' ntti ,1 b Ciru rc- t e1eA0oa10: Kartanoai lQ.y a
1 1" Mtt\" tuns. (
; RE t fAr a I 't I.. Ir '1" n.'d I : "e,' er..n. ,..n 1Y' lard acid re ur D.._._.___.__ kI -UK_
\) I i1 I i .. ". : ,' i .il-i '' IK|\\..h il> .N .':, i ,'I L <':JII\1ota! to l' 'Luto e&JI1 and
OO |I. i I I. "" ll.I -t '" .ih,' i'l'! .I, P'rn.________ 101Rnfataht i
p > ''! : "" ,1' n I tr .r tt John B.: :
be I'lid t( inv perm uli. v l nl a.'t >Imi KlTPlI flHrH-15 C. "' Stc1sonbCTnxircrszfy
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{ ', R' c"r ua' I / ," -. \\1110,1 .ru .. I ThJn Blffna Tire is on every hoi of 1 hr K..3."
-L di.i K.: I'lnkln it..Iii'in.. ( .niii.iin. I ynn.'Lt-.. i Laxative tHtLo
... "" __ "';" ___'L -- --.- .amraca Bromo'QuinineTau I The Beer i i Do Lnucl, Floricln.
r wtdllha stares a cold to oae
: JOHN I' POJIUKS I'h. l>., I'rCMclonr ,\L EltT .J. P"Hlt11,1.1... R., Dean
I .\ ::0.1 Iniiiolrr lln... i
::0, tiiK t.rni-e. The it'i-...1 l l.tiitiiliy Lag is :i handyrrtqtohecud I 1..1""d. 1t iiulimx.I'.i r'l'I ThatVICTORIA Made j I'all Term ('(iiiinicnccsV<- l1Ii,1: how..athr i.l. wiJ.l.'II ,
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I ,; ..f :1\'" :I 1: "" -)\ eI '
i I' p.u-e TWo YKAKV 1 Ml It .;-TIH. Law liepurlmentor Juan I Itetiou Universltr gives
'l .UK! forO=I'. rilj--ie.il | dei-iiliilly luactu-al. In CL i I- lil: ,h' u-.tli! Oiiii.n.i\i| !U lilil";; i atwotais'iourse.. IPadiiigo the ileun-e of 1.1.. ItUKUKKK

.' .t'i.ilc eaili unibck'i iI uf addition to the familiar drawing; t :\;).'i. l\tpl''n! 1.III\t'r.It\.udn'II c ti the Bur.
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I o' !h.91 the body Is under striiK nt the ini| wlmli allow the Livri'. Siii.ill pit it i of ;:la"'i in 1,1.1.i '; I I AnHmmR N I7 rAM ij ijI r I I''It'!'HE:I{ IM-i: >KMATI 10-: --rortlu. > Law Announcement of l./ij-.l,and all other de.
bug to be opened to us full width orclr.iwu siredlniurluattonrrturdingiheLaw liepartinent.iuldre
,"n..1 l c.f the will if the (.iilirs, untitled or tliHUl'tl. tan I/1 : 'sALI5KIIT
J. FAltUAII.{ Dean of
Law
tightly:; tnuethor there in ilei-i Dcpirtment.
:I jIt"lIs! mill ('cuiKililin bought! fliiplr and put tiiLr'-lirr: ]
flap straight acros the bottom nh'ub- : De Laud :Fla.i : ,
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".h i 1 xulual will be ;:rIl'C' one side lit tl'i- 01'.I111:11'y flwirxnuld! \\ I i i _
is fastened wah Inutoiis and buttonhole
I $ ) with Suiail rut
I'-i.\s the wonderful : putty. girds'i
,.,',I.1 illtguetbui.-Mil- ,. When it k: ch'"irHI to empty! the I c.lllrU g-"IIJ" t.ii lie Worked l in wish< \; !i Tulane University of Louisiana.
I 111I1 the ;is uiibuttonetl and the
: fl.ip articles gaal! t.1ft.I' (nit- nuui.in who 11..- I

--- drop out thus 11\'uidiug! i the ue- ni.nlc si'\'i":il of these windows b.." MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. Now Orlon119. r e

.1 Mime hlMe'-''e* illi ee.ssity of ilra;!::uiK them through the one uf \lr! <.\ls shades of jfllow or ml. I lll'.sr 10-CKNT 1UTTM7 UKHUIV

.' ,:i Hi-rent' sets of glass olieninj at the top. One bug of thist.pe ors that li.iimoiiize with it for her \"> I II TOWX.DA.NNHEIS8ER. ED\VIN A. ALDERMAN, LL.D., President. 1i

d: !Hi rent sets of china sl't'n remit!} was of broad iheelcjKitteru I low loom, viuiil.iiM.hciiio for her Lluirmiui I I
in heavy limn, and BROSAGENTS ; full C'our'es In LanEn gmSclencei. Knuiin-erinfr. Ar'I I
Law.
,' artistic color preen gray aid fur her I'inli out1.ot ._ i Medicine. Pharmacy
liMly!! : heven Keparate. jI..partm..nl.. "'Ix["1'11 Kulldm {.. l.xtentliH: Llhrarien. LaburatorleiaDd
.1 ltd bj this eombiim- in tune I ('lIr's 1If'1II. rhle" tint (,\111/.:". FOR THE CELEBRATED I Workshops. Splendid Iiepartment for Women the Nencumb College,
I I. V I Tulane make? lenders In all vocations in facilities for Instruction are unsurpassed
Harper Vtisley.
r.sKi KM l'NFt'MoNl.t.: : I everal year fince my Lungs ,,, 1111 hI! I'\outh. "-fc.ntblv-\ Instructors and l:?!t students last iession. !Many bchoUrshlp* l
: affected tint I had In theacadrtnlcdqartment open to Louisiana IHIVS.. Erpen'es: of stbolar_
1 ware ol lie Knilciii were go bully hlp otadenl I rt
Main House-101 S. Palafox street. *17.;>for tension. Board and ,lodginK In dormHorl.g at low rat-3. Opportunities
ha advanced Dr. J. J'.i-hop of A new. Mich.. man hemorrhages; writer A. M. I I I aiTordedHCJdemlc t ,
-' more ; students for sclf-belp In the AcademicUoiiegpynoboy, ifpr.perlypr..pared
.i.. than! surgery; but it $ay;: : "I have used; Foley's Honey Akeof Wood. Ind.hi took treatment R. R. xchanl'e-Opp. Union Depot I I for college work a II he turned away from inability to pay tuition. Next tesaiua begins .
: I Ii u-ej except where ab- and Tar in three \'di'e'ere casts; of with !several physicians with P. O. Box 2y1. Pen !acola, Fla. I!I October let. Send for Catalogue.Addre

--:iry. lu ca-es of pilesit pneumonia with ;good results; pyeQ'ca..t' out any benefit. I then started: to Phones 116-2e8. !. K. K. BKCFF. Secretary aWE

sfldoni needed. ." IJefue .uh"titUtf.; W. A. take oley's I Honey and Tar and my ___ __ __ uu __ u_ -=- __ _________ t
\\iieh Hazel 8.Ilvecliresperurtnently. I {)'AlemtJ:!: 121 _S.:...1'alafox. luiiir are now as !sound as a bullet. : '
""d I L'n- I recommend it in advanced stage- :: WILL-
i ut burn-, bruise, I Water coolers that do not I of Inn* trouble." W. A. D'AIem

I i'!, dleaea. Accept no : berte, 121 S. Palafox.
at the Willis
"I was ?n troubled I waste ice, i --- CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS : "

-- }pilethat\ I tort much Hardware Co.'s. 1! Try one of our celebrated! .

-:1: I II,th." ..av J. C. 1'Lil111 /Z" (5S.. Felt Mattresses. I!

"DeU'itt's Witch at and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of
\ ., i-un-d me in a short' GRAND EXCURSION They never pack or grow

:Iud heal. HargH1: lumpy. Better than a hair -.-*Fall Goods*- ; ,
.I 1 "!MI :heppard, Sidney -- I .
mattress, at half the price. -

',, haver LASTOFTHE SEASON TO MOBILE Marston Qaina.. 2S doz Men's Vlundriejhirts.; 68 pair Ladip Spring Heel Shoes; Get your boys ready for school.
n tjQuina regular il, to close at 75c. regular $1 good; to close quick at We We carry a full line( lioys'Huits.

nice Dressers and I AND NEW ORLEANS. O1w01V0 17 doz Men's Colored Lanndried pair. M Boys' Huits, regular price, f 1-00,

..tands very cheap. shirts, regular jc, to close at OOP. S3 pair Lidies' Low Cut: Slippers I to close at 7oc suit.
regular $!1,25 good to close 1.05 + 67 B,>ys' Wool Suits, regular price
at |
:' thing to go with If You Have 67 doz Men' Colored Laundried f 1.50 and 11.75. to close at $1.15 suit. I '
is. l Shirts, regular We good;, to close at pair. 120 Boys' All-Wool HuH, regular f '

.. t"1Y 35c ; these goods ehould go in 24 68 pair Men's Low Cut Hhoes, regular price ?2 00 to $3.00, to close at $1.60 f
H"al I'CI..tJ, Attention. : hours. $UiO goods, to close at $120 and $200 suit.

*. ,il! be a regular meeting of .. ..... 20 doz Men's French Neck Balbri-- We carry the largest line of Boys't 'M'
pair.We
uoU Medical society at RheumatismURIGSOL gait Undershirts at 20c regular 25c carry the largest line of Boys' Pants carried by any house in the t .

I 'if Health office at E Train leave union depot Monday goods.; Shoes of any house in Pensacola. city.All
n. Tuesday. Sept.' 23.!; 11:30 Fare 30 doz Men's French Neck Balbrig- Bring your boys to us, we can fit of our Ladles'! and Jlfsses'dropstitched t
Sept. 21), at a. m. sharp. 25c. hose
ttste.1 indf'Ddo..ed to close at
the treat ,
( Undershirts
p ly-iicians are cordially gan at 30c, regular 45c, them in any size.
for round trip to Mobile, 8150; to I tlilornia 20c. pair.
Jttud.Du.W.. sold by others at Oc.
Remedy ,.ill cure i We have just received a fall line 100 doz Misses' full seamless hose .
C. DEWBFRY, New Orleans. *4 : from Cantonmentand Tedder ai o cnree Liver. Sidney and All our dollar line of underwear to I of Linen and Duck Skirts. We will to close at BOc doz or !4 for 25c. 1
diseases caused by an excess of pair ,
\1 President. Century same as Pensacola. urIC acid. It never tails. and builds cp close at 75 cents. close at BOc for your choice. Borne 75 doz Men's Seamless half hose, I
t ILtiCKER Returning leave New Orleans I the health and strength while uimg it. 72 Pair Ladies' Spring Heel Low of them are worth 11.50. I regular lOc goods, to close at 5c pair. .

Secretary. Wednesday morning at 11:30 and I Fend stamp. Price for$1 boat per: of bottle.wonderful For sale wrtiflcatw. Cut Slippers: 2}a to 7, regular Jl We carry a full line of Skirts. We have just received a full line

Mobile afternoon atI I by druggist II your druggist can not goods, to close at70c pair. Look at our window display. r of Ladies' Kid Gloves in all shades. t I
HS3IOSAL; CARDS. Wednesday supply you it will be tent prepaid upon ;
o'clock Coffee and refreshmentswill I receipt of price. Address '

W. C. ROWE--- -----, M.-D.---- be served on train going : UrcolCb6mcalCo.LosJirig3esCi! !. Remember, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we will have Room. I

and returning. Purchase tickets at t ortttiDistributing
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'r' 17. s. PaUfoi. ticket office. For turther information F. B. BRKiAiNER'S
lamar &. Rankin Drug CO", Atl1ntl. 6a. 1
KINO
-:s) a. m. and 1 to 8 p. m apply to ROBERT or ,

z'liono'It 0G. Excursion PETER THOMAS Managers., Agenti. t 10j; SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.=sg<(3THE I


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'. THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 13.1S02

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H ARRIVED INPRIVATE AH IMPORTANT Hair Vigorye.rSYour ,I"S tro nae est t in I 16f1 II il) ','


s ARMY OFFICER gray hair shows you -
1 !, The 42,1 Annuai.a" ,
GAR use it-unless you r tr
Knilinjj BI''I'III lop, .
Catered at the Post Office at Pensacola. iS&SStrECHO i'tm. "
matter. to look old !
F1a. lecond-class

pmlaloz Off ICE street:-Pitt'i apalr Building JUJi! South: ARRIVED FROM NEW YORK AND 1 THE[ [EQUITABLE ij aLIFE

HIRES OF THE
l. VICE-PRESIDENT i WENT TO BARRANCAS.Col. Read Paper on Municipal Trading. ,

THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. L & N. HERE TO-DAY. ; IS DUE I Belfast. Sept, 12.-At today's session
ASSURANCE
I II ol the annual meeting of the British : [ wml1l.

in Advance. I O. H. Burton U. H. Army in- IN NEW ORLEANSThe Association for the Advancement of

i O8 Year Terms by:Mail Invariably. .. ..... ._........_....$5 00 Attached to the belated train S 0.1 j i snoctor-general for a large district. Science, R P. Porter- read a paper in i Assets .... .. .

Months .. .... .... .... .., ..... ......... :8 So the economic section on the subjwt Reserve and oIt: ...r I.ities. l.
One Six We'k.by Carrier,-Payable Monday ifl 3 this morning,which arrived at 9:20 arrived from New York city early steamer Echo is due in New of municipal trading. He pointcl .... ... ... . "

o'clock, was the private car of Vice- this morning. His wife and a lady out that American experience showed
t Orleans with barges from Cuba today there was no wisdom in this form of Surplusfromwhi( I --
TELEPHONE NO. 118. President W. D. Hines of the L. & relative were his companions, and "
She will tomorrow leave for civic enterprise which was so rapidly deuds are paId '
N. railroad. The important official will accompany; him over a large: increasing in municipal debts In Ens-
I Peasacola via Mobile, arriving here PaidtoPolicyh
was accompanied by his private secretary area of territory to which Col. Bar land. advocated- a wisely arranged i 1901.... .. .... .
a + UfvION LABEL some time Monday.The leasing system which would secure I .
and stenographer and will re- ton has been assigned. i Newlnsuranee It, ; ;
"
iU question of putting facilitiesfor steady revenue for the local treasuriesand I "
main here until tomorrow or Mon Col.Burton was in the full uniformof ensure good and cheap public Total Insurance Itl : :
burning oil in the vessel i3 a much I Dec. 31, 19U1. . .
his rank, wearing the khaiki uni- services.
iL PBKSAOOLA, SEPT 13, 1902 day.As discussed: one, but no definite settle- i Xotwithtaudill'; : : .
t t __ soon as the car came to a standstill form which was adopted by the cial strength of Hit, :-
ment has been arrived at as yet. Balsams fxoiii the Northern Wood I
Division Superintendent! E. O. Rough Riders led by President greater E'ecurit.w. ,
t- IT begins to get late early already. in u Prny-Balsam.the ctrum cure for eau;;ba. I holder!" thereby t-1. '
rialtmarsh entered the car and was Roosevelt during his Cuban! cam ---- '
Water Cure for Chronic Constipation are LOW and Ut'.1 !\ \ .

TilE enemies of Governor-elect received with great cordiality by theviceprt"'ident. paign. As he moved about the Take two cups of hot water half an OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine : ter than given by1iN011'LES
4i : 'Rose already agree that every rose I t"1
.1 th They remained in platform, impatiently waiting for a I hour before each meal and just before -

j has its thorns. the about an hour, when, in I going to bed also a drink of
P i --- ----- car car to convey him and party to the today. Tnthem.. 1W"{ ,., !

.? i1 THE Iowa :has run aground. Now, company with Mr. Kaltmarsh:! Mr. dummy station, a great deal of at- !! water, hot or cold, about two hours oysters. NIC Al'OSTLE. 'JI :;

; 3 don't the pararap11er3abuse i after each meal. Take lots of out- I General t- "
t4t' why Hines took a bracing walk down tention was given him. drive. .. .. -- I J
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door exercise-walk, ride -- --- --
r Crowmgshield? 309 H. Palafox St.. :
; Palafox street as far as the wharf. To NEWS he said that -
reporter : I Make a regular habit of this and in

tf1 i ; ly ATLANTA'S rough-rider; feature of They went back to the car, which he was sent to the Rarranca post on I many cases chronic constipation Carolina Portland -

} ty .t r her horse show without Teddy, will stood opposite the yardmaster': of- '! "special: duty," but he declined to may be cured without the UP of any FOR.

be like a presentation of Hamlet, t I \VhfU purgative is required -
: medicine. a :
I flee, and were soou eloeted.Mr. what it was. He was asked if1 ( :
1 left out. say Cement Co.BIRMINGHAM FOR RE.' 'J'- r
jt with Hamlet's part : take something mild and 1
Hines comes for some very important ]: there was anything of a nature with gentle like Chamberlain's Momacli gymnasium j
;
r I t 10that the fishing Uover.Cirov- purpose, it was intimated, .i i others requiring his services. He and Liver Tablets.: For ale by all ALA. cola Attlet:,' (
; er willplt on the bait and throw lit ,
; 1'4 a parting; line then perhaps he will ,:i the nature of which he did not stite. i i looked: up quickly and said : '1 diusjQ'i-t5; and medicine deakr rented during" -1

1 tulU hn attention tu Heury Waltersou. He seemed to be very buy all the :,I "I would ask you to excuse me -- -- -- --- -- for fairs, < '. I Ices
rot ckc of all High i iMtie- Amen-
sou. i morning. Later in the day his car i from replying to that qutstiou, and ; '' etc. Fill
: __ _u .__ WILL\ GIVE MERCHANTS can: 1'01'tLIId LVmi-nt (I rni inn. ,
v I Ii 'I "
l 1 d IIIKKK is a united and zealous effort was taken to the dillereut docks, juit now all I can say i* that I am li..rmJnatlrll.: (ierm..n Pi rt- call ai the <
Y. Calcined
land Cement Kings \
m ;i'' T 011 the part of the state press to i where cartful reviews, were made. ,, detailed here oa a matter of special A CALL MONDAY !N PU-tnr Hn"cndjl\ Cement kept at phone.'o.GREAT >" i ?

r + '"' boom the good roads movement for This gentleman is conceded to be i I duty. I, Norfolk. Port-moutn l. Charleston:
J'H I i i : Savannah, Jacksonville Pi nsacola,
; ,t, r' *& = the purpose of giving candidates an one of the brainiest railroad tllieials He said he was: expected to finish M"bili; New Orleans Ifilv: ?..;tou. SALE
I
p' p "1 easy run-, presumably.-- --- I i in the country, and las writing on :'I Ci"mmitte from the Carnival .\s-I,. \\ e :also;; make ;shipmentdirect from
&q I Mills wherever we get cheapest OF C. '
* CUBA: has been carried to the 1 subjects bearing upon the question :i expected: sociation will make call ou merchants freight rate: sole selling agents' for

? f ''il'k, pawtihop and put m :oak for ?:&; ,. I| cf railways aud incidental matters I II : wentdu'ntoliirraticaspota at lo ill the city Monday for pur- 'Alabami" and ":iouth rll Cro: s ., ----

'i a 000,000.Ve all know huw much I' I: Brand," Portland Cement, Magnolia I
i'H
of have commanded widespread attention -:|: o'lloek! and was received with great po-ej mutually: agreed between the Hydraulic Natural Cement II I I havpju't bClu,! :
p easier it is: to get in this: sort trouble -
.. i iII zain a $:) Ul'O Inrk ,a (
' ''f t than it is.to get out.dtoostrwoik I wherever read. He is the only I! pomp.I i a-ssociatiou and the business meu. made near liirmiuglum. Men' Furni!
-- -'-- railroad man in the country who:I I liefore boarding the dummy he ;i The committees hold out great hopes Correspondence Solicited.EPATICUflhI. at 2 t") South Pal ,.1heginaiiig'fhUrdayi ,
l \\" \ m the ellort II
has been able to put the U. K. industrial and that visits to the merchants will not
went: into a restaurant regaled
inter's
in his
to earn enough to lay : i I'I i i -- -acrilice !prii'fCall u f3 commission at sea, so to peak. i the ladies be unsuccessful much early at 2tM1rwt: I
f supply of coal Kurstl gage:; became himself on oyster, : prefer : as depend i

{ I ill at his: office aud was: obliged to He is a lawyer of great ability aud is :I ring other edibles. Col. Burton said I upon aid from these gentlemen. Thursday and lien F. >E.." > I:

;_., { F,'MJi give up the job and #o home.- well qualified to hold down his very'I be visited Pen-acola some years
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how the important po-itiou. i inferior official Came :Near' Bring a Cripple SANTA ROSA
t tap WE don't know public II back in au catacityand
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can manage to wait a week totiud Alter Vacation. as he rode from the depot said i Josh \Vethafer, of Loogootee, I BATHING ,
I Is not a Strong Purgative.It .
r' q ? } out whether the navy or army won I inch i ha poor man, but he says he
a h.- could :tea ct great changes for the ,
Just: as it is harder to set a bill in -
I would be withi Chai.iberliin'sI'ain !
in the war game. As we understand not ut does all that is required to ,
't I motion than: to keep it in motion it '>'I best in the Fish chowder win,;: >
city.
a film if five dolltrs
t 'fj it the army gunk or disabled all the j harder to line of I it cost u
i is keep up any i I stirmlate the Liver secretions euuday H"IIi... :.
l,; a chips, and the navy crept ou shore 1, work main alter the summeraca- bu.tp, for caved him from b 'ing; a can arrant tu 1.,1\

It ; and blew the army oil the: e..llh..f \i u. than tu keep on WI"IIIt. aij'ph'1) t-xtern.11 application isequi ; without overworkingthe ; other rHfriiiicnt-|
'1 hf' etlfi tot the -train HE WANTS/ i NO< I
are s" fn
i; p !1 ; ; I The upenie n certuiiiiIT > If,) tug.F3 j in changed lOOKS, diminished aj.pi1- to thiliniment for till and ,, Liver and PtoweSs. As a tim terms.> duringthie:See IH.IIIUL"w' r;

wi-lleu; joint, contracted mu-clt",
i tit> and broken -Ipej
.f i is to the Gainesville Sun:; to CHA-: ,
up pleasant: palatable
If ; | Now it tne time wl'tu many: MISUNDERSTANDINGCoun'y still neck-pramsand rheumatic and I
ri t deny the association between the
'clerk, bookkeepers tfaelurpupil-
S i I'I uiu-cular pain It has alto cured
# j : t increa-e in saloon and the increase and other..-sl.i.ulJ take a tonic, and i '
't'r numerous case* of partial piralysift : FINE STATIONSC.
Laxative
I ;t jn siiakes in AUcuua county, as ;, we think the best is Hood's 3: .ir apainlla IT I. Perfect.
t ; which lets on thin whole rjs- Comiris-iouer: J. B. l ob. i i- for sale by all druggists and
,;, t shown by the two following para.
1 tern bu'Ut it up au') warns oil medicine dealer. i
flout excellent ertswi-t Lt'- that ho misuiideritaiid1114 V. Thon. -
; ; graphs clipped thai !sickness. For eliminating i

I? '.J I paper: : ; exist regarding: the stand: takenI JERSEY COWS AND HORSES. Palafox street j

$ ;<. a "t'.i ,. 1 he indications are that there LAST NICHT'SATTRACTION |I by him at the late meeting of theI I i Typhoid and Malarial Germs'from 1'' new supply of !I. _1

: aq ? ;' will bu 1: more saloons opened in Ala board in relation to having: the convict Papers white hlii- j
; cbua county this year than ever 1 be, I For slleat! 108 West Chase street the system nothing can i iI Envelopes to mat,' I. !

; r' 1;: ,f fore lUll, tiistoiy. there are nineteen : camp moved from the northern Monday, i+t'pt. I 15, a carload of Jersey equal it. It N a tonic and i also Foreign Mail la,

: > applications granted to sell I I end of the county to Pen acola ';oi Cows aud young calves also a few 1 velopes to match I ;

1 f '{ ; ,, whisky. All of them may not take i I that the county convicts may work i; hores.IKlw. alterative ; it will improve Penholders Blankbo: .

kk 'f vut licenses but the indications are ".I cFaddell':; Row of Flat on roads dlvergingfrom the city. OEM W.Ti'KTOx.Jit. your health beyond your etc., always on hand

1 :: that there will be at least twelve 'I --
...1'i saloons : three-act comedy, designed for'1! )1 r. Roberts said that he not oily lH'fnreU Fur- mo-t sanguine expectations. Phone 131.Everybody: ,
:] buy
in this after October
>: I' opened county -
'i l laughter and nothing else, was the :i I meant to have: the convicts work See PlVOr r niturp. Hipuces, :
I l 1st. I II arp th lowe. sell u All Fust-class s fIni gists, hal: fJ: '
roaring attraction at the Peusacola westward from the to take !I ..
. .l. f .fhe larmets of the northern part I I ; city in piece of this artli 1.;

o f w of the county and< e-pecialiy in the I play house last night; and to say that I Ii 'iMillview I Myrtle drove, Mu-cogee, tight for it. They mn, ',* .
t .' chance to get it. :ai.il, i _. :
: + .J ,' I .LaCrosse :section state that there the piece took well may be substantiated !,'!! reiching to Nanez Ferry but he intended Thos. Watson t Co, 1
3 y art* more ratile-iiakes there tins i YOU I DRINK;
by the thunderous; ap-, that a public road be made DON'T.HAVELTO BOILED WATER I 'lave some partic-ul, i it r,
, : Y ?; !, year than e\er before in the hitoryof I i ," I Alachua. They say also that the plane ringing; ; through the building from the city to Ferry Pass, as then fou to come and .1.\ '

+' "' ( fcuafces areof uuu-ually 1 ugu IZU." I every minute. It was uothiug; but a i are! scores of ptrsoii: m that p,irtion DRINK rf f.-e .You will never ni I j
i II '
1'f ItwoulUseem that other sections I whole lot of laughter-provoking;: : : of the county who deal exclu-ively -- --
: of Florida the I'. -.q;.,-::''' ,:I!:;;. :':'--' -:_ '_-:--;: '.., :---0<' ... _--..: '."..'C-:' .: t4 are Ii
indulging same
; ; specialties from start to finish in 'ill Pensacola and have no extra good This weath"r //, I 1gra
I q suake-produciug brand as Alachua
county, and we fear we can trace! thee which every member of the large I I i told to came to the city when Weir Well appointed Sideboards'Il grow J 'ii" / I ,

gyrations of this ternole monster towuid cast took active part. :t business requires them to do *0. keen cutting LflIl"I' i

:' t Pfu-acola. However should The piece is a re'ieof the comical Should the camp be, brought here / / and Grass Shem I ,

;; c our good intyortake it in hand what I illustrations of Oeo. L'. Luk-: :Mr. Roberts thinks the men c
lie would< do to it would be a-plenty. I and R. F. Outcalt, now a great: Sun- : be so profitably employed that the t" of the -- -- ;
q 5 "About 2 o'clock last huuday: afternoon I I man who discovered
diy feature in the NPW York diilips. '' tax payers would recognize at once j t-AA.A..AA.A.AA AII ;
theie alt' artd in IIUlh vi the I .. : the
.j "Yellow Kids," "Chimmie: McFad- the resultant good. t sideboard.
Seaside hotel
1) z at Coronado: a sea a'c'
: :
t den" and the Irish : I \ j J HAVE YOU NOTI'E!)
m numerous characters
{' L monster me name: 01 which i-> unknown I I II t.P' A./ E

: to any who aw it. Hit ; adopted by these two illu-tra- 1 Nwt Doiriiuil KIT l.ile. ., f
I 1, Kti monster had a flu thattuck out ol j "I was trenttd for three ytirby I / 'r 1 ...-: : WHAT IS MISSED I f KPIDf C y ywrVvv'a
I tors are all on the stage at one time. { / t' --'- Wl "' 'ifV
the water Ivur or live feet and when I, good doctor," wntts \\'. A. UnerMcCouuell'ville bilE.C
Jokes on local subjects, were timely i .\ ,
'1 I., i 4 u rose hum tie water it spurted tit [ : ()., for Pileand t "" '''{

4 a stream of *pray.Vh"ii the moubter i atdwell: received. Selections bv' tl.ej Fi-tula, but, when all failed P u'k- -- -.- --

4 i y1 tits,, al't ,..Ltd thtre was the j "Exposition Four," coucfsting of ;, len's Arnica hulve cureQ me in two f, 1 f LITHIA Walff > '. u want "t .

usual line uf porpoi-e- playing jut : Junes: Brady Alexander: Brothers I II wetks" Cure Burnt, 15ruise Cut, IJ1" '. for little mon y. :
,
outside the breaker line Ci Sores Salt Hht.'II'! f .. Stfjib'iithe j"W ,1 _
A 1 The porpoises I and Win. Pattern both vocal and intrumeutal rns Eruptions : ,.,Jj- J" ,,-,!' --' "ommodatp .
l were dl:'-I't"r.1tel.afraid of the I'III'-rllll pay. -on' at \V. A. F vl- .I ; : -= P you. -
mixes
with all -
were far above theaverage t (; perfectly
t monster.and huuurtus ot them caaie i emberte's drug store. I' rz .:'r. '_1 / / : beverages. It is a delicious "
at near into shore, and then struck and the large auJience, occupying i -- -- 'zRotl > "" All kinds of < ;< !
a :;; '
i I '' __ beverage I in itself-the rimI ,
i1 i't 4c bee-down-stream. The monster !I every inch of room in the I KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. I .,:. --r-:' ;: ;;w.-I'T' and life without the bite. rocking r.hairs 0) ,1/ I' r,

I t played around for some time and compelled them to I II I ''
,thou-e. respond; to I II Pensacola! Lodge No. 3. K. of P 4 Quina's. Pru-) /

} i i z: then went b.1ck)11t to sea, squirting I I a second and third! encore. i: Kfgular meeting Monday ails r. ." low. __ "
a spray of water as he went." ._ ._ I I ,
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I : :Stpt 15. at S o'clock.V rk in tti! iI .

.a i c, Last luesday. while iailinb'd'lWn I Y"u mti-t have good p'I-t to nuke I i iI !i Rank: of E-lJuire. A full atteudai c< ":ti', ':- 17"-i. ('1. n firtt lo., Agents. IAUCH

the river and willie opposite the huckwh..at cities 1 he West Florida requested. Members of sister 1 I., :,;sand .- YOU'LL GET THE "
nl I team Kiktry pllKh, Bchm .
Loxley mill Mr. F. U. Newman ill' .
t i I
1 C I=mpreed Yeat.; two clkf>'. orone'' trau-sient brethren cordial,. anI frmfl thew
4 spied a strange object I
i swimming in cake and one ticket for a nickel. !I vied to attend. - jftteri unl.-fis .- v -
the water. Closer: .
estigatiou revealed i
ic \ H.A. LEE, C C. i of thp rizl.t -
it to be an enormous serpent. -- -- --- H HOKSLER, K. get the rin'iit; ..,1 ttimf'
ENRY R. ri. F. B. BRUCE
:V fully the length of Mr. Newman's i We fcp'
a sailboat and Stationery -tyl-. i,
some seven inches in Impaired Digestion .New-Limburger
diameter. Mr. Newman describes Cheese, glad to post y >u

;' .e the serpent as having a shiny May not be all that is meant by dJlpt'p1 'IjU/t received at the J icoby I I 'I Coe's Book Steer't.
I appearance now but it will be if neeh-'teJ. lnin lAI : ad AtAbU tint.
similar to that of a sea The uneasiness after eating, fits of nervous -I I Grocery Co's.Fleisebman's VIA r ( ill i pi1i ( i -

1 *I trout, and having a !green stomach. hi-adaibe. sourness of the stomach anJuiagmableKkhi

i 'i Unfortunately. Newman had no !:;; n:.:} net In- \try bad ; : Compi- .-.t! Tea*t. YOU'LL BE INTERESlfi

ohootiug iron with him. therefore he I now. but tJ:py will: i-o' i.' the t'oraach is 'lfr- :
114131 a ii wan ucaole to bring tae serpent to >i!:!...,JIll grow \\ial., -. \ Florida :Steam } .:ery two i Bicycle Sundries Edison and Music. in manv of th' !H '
I i cakes for 5 out or one .e and cue Phonograph herYI n'i! '" ,
town. It is thought that :Mr. Newman Dj>popsu is such a miserable disease I
{ v i tK-ket for 5 cent. !t prand with thf -t;. if i if!. w
1 xI : saw the'celebrated SC-H serpent that the teinleity to it Jmial N siren I hn1t1upplIed in ai.y q '1tit -. Hammond and Other TypewriterTyppwntT Supplies. All Kinds, of ,I| books are ;prtnn> .,d- \

1 I Y that recently caused so much excites early attention. This is completely ovtr- Repairing;. Lock and Key Fitting easily rp"d typ", -
t'I.'me"r I Ball Bearing A- High-Grade Hammerles! Guns Kfpt forIentBigSupply of Fresh Shells, |I The kind of b<>ok-i It -
went upon the Eil! !t Coa>it of Florida, en cut-
it all at Low Pdces. <
Hood's I to buy and read.
t the serpent having wandered into Sarsiparilla \: tin Lawn MOIL: *, at the

{ ; y the Apalachicola river for a rest." which strengthens thtwhole digestive system I WiUis Hardwan Co's- i 15 South Palafox Street. i, Coe's Book 5tor

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13.1902. t 1 1 1I 1r


B. H. F AIRORILDturUOx..STERER No. caoa. ''I I

ONE MORE TRAFFIC W. C. O'NEAL, President; f. C. NORTON Cashier; ,
.. J. FOSHEEVice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Caahitr. 1
38 EAST ROMANA STREET.Car .

-.t Work and Special Refinishing Furniture a OF THE GANG WAS DELAYED AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK


rhono 403.
1
OF PENSACOLA, FLA. I

R. K. WHITE, CONVICTED IN THE CRIMINAL BY WRECK ON RAILROAD NEAR '
Wa1dIDlIII.t'r. Manufacturing Jeweler Designated Depository of the United States.

and Graduate Optician COURTTHIS MORNING. NEW ORLEANS. I ) l
Condensed Statement at the close of business Aug. 21, lOO'J. .
j south PiUfoi St., Ptniuol,FU F

Whitfield InRraham, the aged Rumors of a startling nature were RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. .

negro who Bill Receivable ..... ...... .. .. .. .... .. .. .. $350,403.19 Capital Stock ...... .... ... .. ... ...... .... $200.000.00
was charged with grand circulated at the union depot this Demand Loans .. .. ...... .. .. .. .. .... .. .. 997274 .... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 10,000.00
larceny and receiving stolen property morning on account of the fact that Overdrafts..... .... ...... ...... .. ..... .. .. 46983 Undivided Profits. ..... ...... ..... .. .. .. .. 10242.94
NOTES 1 U. 8. Bonds and Premium.... .... .... .. 187,171.87 Circulation...... ...... .. ...... .... .... .... 1 00,000.CO
JEWS was convicted on the latter tne train due at 5 a. m. reaching the Stocks, securites, etc.... ...... .... .. ...... 2,62500 Deposits ...... ...... ...... ............ ...... 390,463.71
charge today, the jury returning the city four hours and twenty minutes Furniture and Fixtures.- .... .... 6718.48 t
[. R. Stamps... ... .. ... .... ... .. .. .... .. SSS4
verdict at 12:45 p. m. The old man behind schedule time. Cash and Exchange.... ...... .. .. .... .. 153,256.70

v ad the Boston Shoe Btore's ad. s.at up straight as the verdict was The usual reticence regardingcauses ---
$;10.00 65 $710,706.65 I I t
read, but when he learned what it of delay was held by railroadmen iF
-, id the biz ud. of the Forbes 1
was, he bowed his head and his eyes and this started the rumors, one 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. I

were bedimmed with tears. of which was that a bridge had been
11. Watson & Co.'s new ad. in
:--ue i:; interesting The other charge of grand larcenywill burned forty miles from Flomatonand A ZZ SHSHSHSH5H5HSHSH5HSHSH

come np against him next week. that an engine and two cars had
'. t Miss thA excursion on the
; : -undayaftHnooll.; Boat ri. L. Dozier, who pleaded guiltyto been thrown down into the trestle. A MONDAY..< ONE CASE fc"

I'tLafox wharf at 2:30. carrying a repeating pistol without slight interruption of the telegraphlines
All our 10 and 15c New Dark Outings at I
license again revived tLis bad
Meyer :Shoe Company's new a was fined J5 and costs I rumor

i-"l1Ient in this issue will in- of prosecution, altogether amountingto I at 6:30 a. m. Lawns 5c per yard. 5c per yard.

iil buyers of shoes. Don't about $18. The truth of the matter was that a

M.id it. The bond |1 bad washout had occurred '
of Oscar Buries was forfeited forty )I PS2.S 525EE2 25E ?S252

Friedman & Co. have their today. Surles is under charges :i miles east of New Orleans, and traffic -,

nitu'unceinent in this issue of assault and battery and his case ', of any nature was suspended for We hare sold our Stock of Furniture to make room for the Largest Stock of

,--i-Asonable!I"W price*. They goods are at also re- II was continued from yesterday: the i,, five and one-half boars until the''|: Carpets, Mattings, Hags and Curtain ever brought to this part of the state, and

.' new and swell millinery. I day set for its hearing. break had been safely repaired.The now have the only exclusive Carpet Department in West Florida. : .

.i-i'ect': their stock. I Hon. John Eagan this morning; train for 1'ensaeola was held i i

i :News: The Georgia Cen- argued a motion to quash the information 1 I at Flomaton awaiting connections Just received 200 Rolls China and Japanese Matting, 15 cents to

\'. y has reached here and ]i against A. II. Whorley for with train No. 2 from New Orleans. 40 cents yard.

IWll at two or three dHrH- being an accessory after the fact. As i The local train left FlomatJii at 7:45
i 150 pieces Velvet Axminster and Tapestry Brussels Carpets with
is
It not definitely st-t- ] : ,
both Hogan and Whorley are and reached 1'eusueola at U:-u
i-t where the track will !j I borders to match.
charged with this offense in the i, o'clock.
.wu, but it is a settled
> t-y will come here, and 'I same information, a decision a'? to A passenger from New Orleans foi 200 pairs Lace Curtains ranging: in price from 75 cents to $10

I:..ar future. II 1 Whorley's future will apply to Apalachicola: wai 011 the delayed per pair.

I Hogau. I. L. Purcell, Esq H Mr. 'train. He said that the road had
sl-den! Street Methodist I 250 Smyrna Rugs, 75 cents to $4.00 each.

,A J nl run two hay excursions I Eagan's assistant counsel ; Hogan is i suffered a very bad break, and that ;
50 Wilton Rugs from $3.00 to $10 each.
ii-ing the big steamer Co- I represented by Hon. C. II. Laneyand efficient work on the part of a quickly I.

One will leave Palafox Judge J. It L-indruin. summoned crew was responsible 9x12 Axminster, Tapestry and Wilton Rugs, $15 to $40 each.

:.;ii 11 and immediately on Granite Art Squares 9x12 only $5.00.
The contention of defendant's for the train coming through as :, ,
:. the boat will leave again f
in. Refreshments will ben : I counsel substantially: Is the fact that J soon as it did. He said the break I #;])-We Invite You to Call and Inspect These Goods. No Trouble to Show Theln.On .-{$

ird and an enjoyable trip I it i is not specified in the information was discovered, at !):;jJ o'clock last \

-, J. Ud and have a goodw I what facts were suppressed; by the night; but it was early this morning this poor we will also show an Elegant Line of Hardwood Mantels and

I defendants, and because of this before the train pushed over. ; Tile set up, for which we are Exclusive Agents,
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furniture firm, the Forbes- I alleged insufficiency, it is claimed I The passenger: ; train for Jacksonville :

Furniture"' -ml the Co.Kscambia, which recent-FurnimJ I they know not what defense to I leaving every day at 7 a. m., I W. J. & B. FORBES.

make.: I did not get out todiy until 9:30 j
the furniture stock of

IJ. Forbes, h.a new and I Hogan, Whorley, Graves, Tolbert i o'clock and carried with it a large j i i -

f advertisement in this i is- and Ingrahum are the defendants: in list of pas-eugers. Borne: of them' If You Buy Them at the Ho"ton Shoe :Store, They are Good I

:.iig; ome special bargain toYl'r" court today. It is the first time i were strangers, and had lounged MARITIME. t

Head the price-, then Hogan has ben out of the county J about the depot nearly three hours i EXPERIENCE TEACHESThe
1 .'ct some of these genuine :
I j jiil since being bound over by They were not feeling very good at 91, --- I

Mayor Jones.Solicitor o'clock, when the stoves in the ,! F.E F'0KTM I
I Iludgihs'I eUective local line for Sfitemb.T to date .... :I1ltl"'I' I\-. .,, ; Skilled Machitii-t to Keep hi; Fingeraway fr'l1the Saw The y
--ments, in TIn: Jews has 1'arkhiU and his able building had not been fired and the i\ | I Bitten l Hhoe Buyer is Careful Nt-xt Tim >. Cctnpetition ha- put many 1 f

d general attention to his astant, W. C. Monroe, I->q", hlve !i biting winds without made walking I f! Nor ship.\ f stnmboui.AT (II 111 IC.\STISP. lifrthi-umssen. Shoes on the Market tnat have no excuse exceptLooks". We have

creditable work :1 decidedly uncomfortable. The com- NaialtoorJer
.iij tjbacco factory done highly this Tort
ttylenIId Reliable Wearing Stylish Shoes for Ladies Gents
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i[ Inteudencia and ] week, succeeding iu convicting j i pany could get no definite news of i' AHH.IVEDHr I

:, the excellence of his I every one of the gang of burglarswho :I the train's arrival and figures; on the ; ss John aright order., ITSi, \Vyoes, New t< t< Misses and Children, .< fc<
castle-on-Tyueto
'U -iiHtking tobacco is briug'leiidid -
., -( \ business. This: I have been placed on trial. 1 bulletin! board were changed several j I THAT IS: RIGHT IN I ATQUARASTISE. ,
I'. u.du'try which our mer- I Court adjourned at 1:10 p. m. until 1 times, to the discomfiture of the ,, Nor ship Aninricn. I:."",. HJirtsen. Cape! It Won't hf Long IJff irt. \)11'11 Want SlimLt; th"w( : You Oars!

Ii.;/- !g. 'iiKI patronize. 3 o'clock this afternoon. Judge : waiting passengers. Tow n to IVnsacolit Lumber Co I -
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I'M. .ti' ,iJy increase of arrivals at Blount will then give an answer to i I FleNchmau's Compressed Teat, THE SHIPPING. i

Mi..rrh.tutsll'ltelindicatescleartl.i.el i Mr. Eagiin': ; motion. Should it be fresh daily and on ice, at the West Boston Shoe Store
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.J: hitl'er this fall and Florida Steam Uikerv. Vh:"SEI.H IN t'OKThlF.AMlHIl'S.
overruled, the trial of the two defendants I '

i in iiig to be heavier than will proceed jointly. A lot I Hr Forest Dale, -*-'"<. I'inVliam. to W L !
!Ill-lore! and, as usual, the pop ; :' N.1'I'II.AN4111'iumii: : : :, M..iiooi.
merchants will daily be crowd- I of interest is manifested in the fate A BRAND NEW INDUSTRY.I NVNorCHjVain.: Kll, (iubrl Il', toCiulf Tran- 1

l'.tpt. Jacob Kryger is one ofbtt I i of these two prisoners by white and I I! .It!(1'0 pan I ta.2I'". Arson to Gulf Tran"lIl'o Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street.
Nothing: succeeds like success; ," Hr Manchester Inventor !ail, IVrry. to
I hotel men in the :South and black alike. F "lo""lu -
'and success i.; sure in h inciting; the Ilr KosHifld, 1\(>11. Cs+ap to IVnsHCola I

\knows hug public.just how UN to Hij-m pleasu bar the is The trial of Grave, the hoodoo product of Hudginnew Pensacola Lumber Hr H.oll1..rllelll.(' l..iI. Cbaodler, to W H' NE\V\ ORLEANS COLLEGE OF P PUAHMACY'

doctor of the gang, is docketed for industry-choice, up-ta-dato cigars, KeyserS 1'0 ,
,1"IHllar i awl well patronized. ,- PIIII altand..rino, 1"1&, Kqurrolo, to W Ii'f j
I Monday. which are good sellers, and hi? new Keysvr CoItOiulmU. i A !Schiiol (if I'll &rill a,.y "ninliirtcil lliirriiaisiH..
i WtIN, formerly I of this city, brand of ,.m king i all'8. I I .. s
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1'ompl t. C"ur e s ( ctu? witli Labouory J ln-tr ilion in I'HAfJII'll:1f-:
.-iinsv in Richmond managing II I Pensacola." The largest! package' l:?>7, Kilter, to KOIBSCO" Bros f'4Tln. KDTAN 1 P131'51'iLil and M.iiKIU; MKUK: \ .\in pit* H.Uipnirit, com- .
I IIA Km I nl{. witli in-trtljlion, thai l<< ,'IIln"IIII"r... in 'il u, it*. .<. ipc. .Next b4. pCRCFT "
< I'ru-ul circuit for his brother, :, THE WEATHER for 5 cent: ever sold! here. her j It Bice.7S.i 01"",,,. to 1'arodi A Co I 'wnlhrgmuuet. %11. tffsKJlJfr....MOM 7."iaii1I.Ti' \\IPSI rthl-.l.. NKW: ,KANri.LA. .
sWIls. is one of the most popu- f are cordnlly invited to visit factory : : Nor KIIPMT.I. Johnson to order I ,
s :Nor Kigurd llf. "xnurnd to H 11 Buyer a
itriiMl nuu'iger in the state ] and inspect the stock and meth- !'! I t
I WINS .N RACE. !
r ; --iiuaaid a gentleman: )'e-ttr- TO-DAY i ods. i UP.CLKAKEU AN1J tJAILKD fJH 1'1\0 Hotel Camden
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\\ had travelled extensively 8AUOLA.gTEAMSHIPB..
I Defeats Ee'linger far:: Congress !to
i w'.n had became acquainted j | .
G SESSION ANGELICAN SYNOD. South Carolina. '
C.V.MIHIN: : .
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.. tin-Wells in Pensacoli. A | Firth of Forth Kr, sid Columbia.! S C.. S.-pt 12.- Thi- "f j j I
ii v old,,ville house, owned ex- Loyal Korecist-Kair: ; continued cool to Marriage and Divorce Regulations \ Autv.'erpHpl'I I fieial! figures in Tuesday's DwnwK'ra'i'1.! Is Now
to
nlllbt; Sunday fresh to bask northeast Ardgowan.6"r.l;::'+. : Open the Public,
v.lyhy I Jake WelN, is to be 1Ilud Cause Lively Discussion. l-svorit.Nor' ..*.. HI far July f primary gh'<> the cone:' Fiona nonnnit I
St. John. X. F., 12::!.- K-'liclna, K''rrrl.lt.cl5Uuenn5i fpt* I ;
i iu: .\ll.llltthi.i afternoon | Sort. Mamas: tiun in the mond difiilft! to Oeor n ini'l- t'lf- a
l't'n' ctII.II. :-.t. 'lit C.noaAul1! : Ill:aJaI'nWl1t I; of
and divorce regulation caused a Uve- b. Croft of AkfOlO'er G. Iumpn
'I U ndid list of attractions. Temperature in Last 2J Hours: 't Mona OP.lIt BuenosAyres.Fug" I I
\l8\nnuiii. .. .. ... ... <.idgMiiiiiiium "' I I I ly discussion at the session: of the gli l'nrn-0 fort. s41, at opurto An* 1.1111' :\ linger:. of Harnwcll. Croft's majority
.I I AIJ.. Forbes have sold to the j : .. 'illlegrl'l'sTemperature ,i al synod of the Acslkaa church ,- '*. I is 12:! *-, nt Troon Aug ISKuplif
V. I Br. :) ,
.iiiture firm, the Foibes-Mer-1: Elsewhere : which is sitting at Montreal. Several spicfr mm. It, !:!>i.1d HatoburK Aug 11 I inter was ahead but oli'al: rMiM'i''
Itarl' Co., their entire stock j i 1! delegate from this section proposednew : d'ank'er' ttt result. Thii "cr" -t i 'f Peal-: ".,l I.. FI"I i id.l.

: fur to nuke room for an im- j Atlanta .. ..... ..... M*"n. yin!\ legislation on the s inject but noI I will repair your watches and ran'Pdate; .e a prominent amt *f.i; (01''
u -;""k of catpera, matting i Hi->nmrcL... ...... ... .... SI M :I aIuhlcago _'' I decided changes were made. The Jewelry in lrst-clasz; styli J. 1 ,' !o lawyer and has Bwver in the gwueial RATES REASONABLE; ; RBy

,' which I'lneJUnati .. .. ...110. Hi synod voted to prohibit a man from>, Stepteus. assam'ily.' U'. defeated romp.-t- '
tuu, etc., are now Itolln-sIulI ........ ..... !'U II '! the [) iy, U'pfek (,Month.
>i ready for inspection. Theynly Huron .. .... ....... 010 :n mar yinc his deceased aife's sister '>? You housesfurnislced : itcr is at ; -v>!;('m a'to-ney genera!. |
I Jxci..ouglle ......?. .. -vl 7Y deceased wit,,'s sister's (.al\ htlr. This. can get your Complete otli' :.al litnres: ;} Tabl" Furni-hnl with the Lest theIark..t
exclusive carpet de- '' KeyV"anItIt Pct .:\ .? .. .. ..... '..<.<. TrtMeniphH 4< and
'\'est Florida, bUylluantitie.i '
in : . 14 w the Acgelican church in Canada in the # Qttitca'soneasy pay- 5t.l. 5. I|
them . ) Public Solicited.Free
enables 'II nil
Mobile Patronage
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: solemnizing of marriage. (; W>
Monijoaiery .... "M ty ments weekly or monthly.\ ornor. H'yard .7"2: TalWn4'M17
I'':-aply. They quote a few :New orlcan ... .... 70 MewYurk i The bishops sent the following me*, I II.ieutc.iant i .
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weir advertisement todIY. j jI vannall\ ... ... .. ..... T M 1 1\7st. 4 11 sage: to the house: of deputies asling Garden hose at the Willis I govrcor. Gary. 423V.JSloan. : : : I Hainpl- Isms.Sunday

.1 I iii-ppct their handsome i iI. i Louis .... .. *> iiNAVAL ;i that it be adopted: Hardware Co's.Colorado : 453.VJ.KtcT ; : ,! Hates M tde to Traveling i I

.t!I. pirtmeut: if you wi-h all '-I II j STOKKS M.UtKt"r.1.4"ptJrtf'd "X,) clergyman within the jurisdiction < 'Trj' of 'ate. Gantt. IT.i-: ; i I Men.

i :. fiat! line."f : of the Church of Ergland in Can- Republicans. I \Von. 44359. I Ii I

4I f musical ; Oally for T ie New by ada shall solemnize a marriage be D -rvr. pt-pt.! 12.-The Republicans ComptroKf; : general, Jones 45,7:4.: :.i Thos. C. Watson & Co., t
the mo-t enjoyable i I Union Naval Storm Co tween persons either of whom shag 1 met here today with not even the ttom-I Walker ll7Rtadjutant j I the leading Real E-tate Agents.take \ 4g

I nf the *eason will be the ap-1 I IIli' 1'0"111.N have been divorced from one who is porary chairman' aereed upon. The genera. Boyd 41.5'J-: : 'g| !all the worry oft the shoulders of the J

: -e of the Dixie 'l'rioIr; jI | w' ... .. .... ..... fl": H.........._. .....n ran living" at the time of such solemniza leading rar.ilKat for the gubernator-1 I. Frost, 4b,404. !r owner of property, manage the
'I I, :Miss Corri Ruse and Miss! Ir i bWG..... ........ ..... 3.ti; ; (i..._ .?. 1 3'. tlon. ial nomination are James H. Brown i rciuiii,: of their hOJ"pq and the col1 .
'luse-at the opera house'i i il N._ ..... .. .... ... 3 :K> K _.- 1 !C."S j The clergy in the synod supported '1, of Denver and James II. Peabody, Gt A Communication '1: lection! of their lea, a* conscientiously t
V. l hy ni;ht. Miss I Corrie Rouse ) M _. ..._. ......... .... _> w K.._ j J3!; the bishops :31 to 7, but the laymen d*. Canon City with several "dark horses" MR. EDITOR-Allow me to speak a.. a- t'P y would: ihtaiselves. \ I
i .ife'iouul whl-tler of note and It ._ ... .._.........244) i)......_.._..... 1 +!' j dared against it 15 to 9. To confirm including Frank C. Dowdy, the canui- few word in favor nf Chamberlain's ,: Their charge are very reasonable. 'j
itrr the', sons; birds in her sweet l._....... _.-.......? i "II Cbflow. 1 :'I' j, the message an affirmative vote was .i date two years ago, and John W.I I suffered for three ;I --
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I Bruutl T1BrllTtln-. necessaryfrom both orders. 1'I Cough Remedy. I m1.trl-" "s for the i
Springer !
president of tile National)
:Mrs. Pollard sings soprano -- --- .. with the bronchitis and could Tie isclct
i I _ve Stock aso&ciatlon years !I t 'rtc' evt-r aolj here. !
I' delighted large audiences; ) Lay the-dust. You can buy I 't commanding not sleep at nights. I tried several O. :\l. Pryor.Sae .
Cleaning ladies skirts and waists a good following.OALKMEX _
\ 'r she has unij. Miss; Kate: I Ii garden hose at the Willis' is one of err specialties star Launtry. doctors and various patent m..di- i CA.STOnX.A. ,
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i i-a clever pianist rile; willaccompanist. Hardware Co. ___ n ______ snlt..IHt.n'Hutt'.I.. cine?, but could get nothing to give i Bean tin Bitttgt* )
D I Other attractive ..... me relief until my wife sot
I -- - any :11 +.gaasrP ;;; ;:
of the program! will be a kinds of Furni-t Crab nets and i chin; WAXTKK irKive battle of this valuable medicine i i

J -.lo by Prof. i:. O'L. Chaffers : Mil I P NrffrAll at nearly cn: ; W. ri. KKOCKMAX, Hague!!, Mo.
Molin solo by1 is,; Lillian: make toom for the WillisIIardcare Co's. lo.'''. I;" t'
j This remedy is for sale by all druggists by buying ,
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and medicine
deal r )
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-- I The finest line of sterling silver ( your
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,'U I'- Sarsaparilla builds up a Fishing tackle of all kinds' goods and silver novelties is to be i'I - -- - .--- t :; ture at Marston J Quina's
CTI1'E p"non to work At horn. : f\II
hewn system. It begins its: and good crab nets at the! found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices! to r\\ paid (or l2! dare trial; pfrm&Dfnt If Pat I Foley's Honey and Tar I' Great Furniture Empo-
I if.factory Address Manager Enxwall,
'' that is, on the blood I\,I Willis Hardwaer Cos. please all. I Lakeside Building Chicago.; It' !'I brchlldren.safe.sure. No opiates. l rium.



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t a THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. 1902




STEM MSHIPS TIME AND 'j BEAUMONT GUSHERS I, ;

: "A'
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| AN OCEAN TRIP I ; c ?

ARE SP001I3G: FHE and theEagle

| To NWI\' YORK( BOSTON }' [C" p"y gilt HX: ?: by I'h: S. S : I

('O'JII"W J I
[ *>.t't ALL Jj
I':;io. fcry! won'nl IIJP tin-! :i Conflagration in Oil Fields
EASTFJSt KZSC11TS J,
t { MI it by his wntoh. T'u-i; + I
I'J 1\ I CASH.tF | Still Raging.
) Xa
".7a r) i \. JI p.iiiit it uiou-uuiit, Li put it

!.t .le ';! "I,'f. ,'r\>" :\:\_' ,:V J .I i-: pl.nv: on tho ues-k.; ij 'f IiVt'4 are Known symbols =

'! OCEAN STi Ai1: HIP COAU'ANV: } vial upi-n him tins eVlilr:. i DAMAGE THUS FAR $10:>,0:>). whereverthesunofciviliz.

luiruiJ bright < ,... i
'J L IVKXM. I' \i' V MI SMI II1 I

.o Hours of Ocean Creates y r i tirk.ii,!. that he felt tcmptiM Fire Started In Some Waste Oil Alan ;; .

Sailings each WeeK f ill tar IJl't rouCl. out of sight I II '
I t.The. and Sabine Railroad ation has risen.
Sde: Texas
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3 from r iI.::. That it was a i.resout ,
i r r- Sayannah.r t. oaiy boned to iucna !his man who is caged in or cooped up Tracks-One Gusher Sheets Columns This trade mark indicates purity and per
I T ncain,' ip'' + :i.I e Hi ll.' |T..lre.ii.1'f.iiH..t-1-M> \1"ti ,.,1.1..-I.'." I. 1'.1.';" j nut.! He lit his pipe and sat 'sure to siiffer for it. (Juste often the of Flame Fifty Feet High. I fection in brewing, and has been used one
.o j. wri'.1. but iiisload of word
I- -. "i /. -. .". l'i N M.rl .' first Ipt-comes I
is the
\. orjanbuh
!t !;( 1 kail ral n-" .1'Trx,,'.1" Ink.. '.. ,' '''.111' "..' ,; s:iiit [itk-tock &urci-d through > and constipation biliousness l.k>aumolt. Tex., Sept. 12.-The fir more bottles than any other label in the

t f Fin.'illy he U-ancU back in headache ami general physical tor ; In the oil field is still raging. Higgins'
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1, F 0. RY.Ti04t FaY1 RTDF4 i world. Found only on the famous bottling of
j f rt. "U" (TC a.." To and glared at the offoudiu make life mUerable. There's only wi.Ut'U-barrel tank is burning; WooJ't

. .it { j I >J "8.R II (i,.......nm.... n.l MIriti, l:..tit! .I In., "...h.'. Ir.''.. 'Ii rE' HOW liko! Marie it was. he way to dew with liver trouble aud gusher is shooting a column of flamed

1Itr n; y U RJLrI..ln- 4.v.'L-it. ..ill'.... ail ;glitter and ;:old and a is to K to the root of the disease 5o tent high; gas escaping from other Anheuser-BuschBre\vingAss'n
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>fi L i 1 cure it once for all. Such cures of i
1 !1, ; 'f and ri inclination to be a ;; I wells is burning. The fire has been
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In'' till!t got him out of bed ten disordered or diseased liver almost i St. Louis, U. S. A.
tif. c'ot hit d to the Keith Ward tract <-n
I follow the use of Ur. Tierce's
:fiI ,' t GEXI-lall 'm\cI: ot'JalIl'1.E: '"" 'lo'r than he wanti-d to W8 > s Medical Discovery. It always hich all Vie; tanks ha'bfen burneJ.Tee ,i TBretiers of the format Budweiser. Mlchelob. Black 6 Tan. Fa',,'.
Standard. Export Pale and
Pale-Later. Anbeuser- E.xquisi.b
!bthe belated '
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I ( It alirost always cures. It damage thus Ur is estimated t.
FolloWIII ittie .c:.nPCiult! ')f thegoveraur .u'tl.il.iiis!: by a quarter of an the liver, strengthens the stomach reg, ) DAN.MIMXMR: : 15KOS.. WhoaawiivaiiTx, ivus-coia, H...
be ilottuho.Thu .
Wi I :: .,1 "'eauier ;II' purifies fire started last night h. ---
1| which 1'tK Nfcws printfur the early
ffi tI.!l. the ui;:ht hi- lui'l ;Kl\fn: his rurwsc oliltn Medical Discovery i i the
r i 1 benefiT :!Lu morcluMwm( hip I d I .:a tit of her t iiiiln.iiic made" write- )h h..dJ hero of I.some waste oil alongside: the Texas Folf.v'Ki.. i..I\' Cure imkH the i I Rubber hose u !-' ,8/ : .
pjnT some :i .
: y their :" J- -u t.t vaiioiiarmy X Y i INCenter SI I "I had >illow and Sabine tracks and burned about ,, dieafdkitinurs-l.nad -'I therwilt I
: st t tht Moirojioliian th-aur. ", ..: and h-er trouble iu Xo"nilicr. HnZi
h t ; I..JH: I i the HardierI t', '
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CLfaP- : utmost dead lot sixteen pounds in three btJ feet of titstlc. This was gotten plimifp tto pi>js n- frni ine hloori .
L'a v. i'r...c fil m ; r i.nri.tiitMi.: ....... : 'a 111ti.Jl I .n: :' ,11.1!) si hr law:!. ot ..< !. sad I wa+ -,.k: at my "toniach all the time. I under control and it was believed that I !1 Know One lure' l.i "....11.
}!,Io. Le"l" P r. 'ii 1i.1II "! Uiiee dortor" an'! they I!."ce me tablet": all danger had passed but in someway ; 'oi'tOO'Kt.tlateiuid Ili b '., .
I II.1ru
ii" : tilo! runt! clock: tat!
1 .. 1 and another ethtr'tut. hit J i t i I
Ll'a'a: -i .Ill : pilti out UIIK
LI'IO', ""r.'H"II" ; .. .1. .... i '' ,.. \\'it. :u >.i.,' h...1 :"',:".. tn \!e."r. 'RourV.e and !lurk\. > drill I the fire has been comraimicat j j Pocket cutlery and setsxors iI I II YOU W ill'\ !
I" Ar. ..,> rr ruts M.IIP a. t' ..:.1 Ih'l'JII. and! eta y< iir '(;-Iden NKdio.il It.eovery., to the field and a number of huge se- 1'1' ..
mskrt:,,, li Curt Mi'Kei t : ; ;." 11 r'- :; ::1: :, f 1'1'0:1"; : ;: 1.'llt't. : ... 1.Ie curd roe . 'aT' tu''J" a..-..-. I. i ;.: ,- d! tl.-r bund iisd I ;" ... I am a wed mau." tng! tanks, containing thousands of : i j own ;i.-ttlun Your mi-1 .
.!; L..aIh.u: rus I I.1.1 in substitute for the Discov I barrels of pntroleum, have already !!\!cheapest at theYillis\ .
.t ." i : i \'.'" :!i! l.c. p H jv..i\s.! Accept no I'I f i Li-me. and i'p can d.) :nI
Lea I' k.:1. .
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., J! .. l'.'t iet.i t p m.Ltav. t' d I r: i-A -uoi1.; \lar1.- h'd: ;' ." There is nothing "just as good." I exj !odiHl ar. i otlieis ae reported as':\' hardware Co.MlDWIF'It1. i I tfiii'-ij-l; he niav t'.ni:! '

,... I'lcki. II- ai'.j p 111 :, t'!. 'I ,I''n. was .Minu' to i peoples Common Sl'nseedical being in the direct line of the fire, I E- try woman *iartj: a I II i .
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A'l-v. ';.nitn'iH .i.-i p. m. aud maketri many a txok containing 1008 I ', IIUd if si. .> will '
pages vD, bar'- .,
.. which has I i :
wiue
.. spread over a areaalready.
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: : to Mi'K. >I.d n4utu. I' w II. fi '-y. "b.ild and \\ "!'. awaSend
On VVeJ : ttiirday* the given 21 one-cent stamps i j tlhoi {WatEoa w' ;: I .
n-da/-aiidS ;
= I 1..1 a.1.Ltd: : .1)< i.Ks but hf / of mailing only, for the hook I\ .
expense
boat wi-l ItiviU.trr ; !"adng: Real Ftato A. .
11.1"- \'Ia'l'lck'l I i.i.: -in > f,.r biiu.: He paper covers or 31 stamps for the vol II The onderoigued takeMIH method I .
'l eus for f.-iin' tc"ii. tt (H :'!o lilt "sht'W her how eit-y. I i. '
p. ':' ..mil.' whilt1 Uartilia! )' hound in cloth. Address Dr. R. V. DEVASTATING FOREST FIRES. :: )f .->ffnna; her service* as a I
The Ut-i''!'i.i1 Fr''act! I i- for nue.j .
army
to the shallow : Buffalo, N. V. I ;; flr;t-iluM licensed midwife, liavI -
opInow; Ij
11. purpose- Kiily ;a.J aiiy ni't-i'n-r inu-t | j I Iln had S-3 experience.I I -
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m.;,.' itl{ by the f.a-e. Many Catt'e Caught In Timber and :? year! j
pretty
have 4ft.Lj the >
a pa (jii tri<-ruht-rer j i
Buy a
Can give best of itft-r Lies frontleading j new garden I" '
\
o take iia.sfia; .- o her. !I tCtt'h bi* lirst iMxik had +I Incinerated. I|I.
I ;>!j fame aim meiuisuin that were phyeiciaiib: of tJi; citv.
t- -'. In- bad wet Marie. Slio I ;i-. Oregon fit)-. Ore, Sc PI. 11 Fierce j jfoitst IRs, N. ( WtHOP.: : from the ]l z7//sr 11(01' C'rConwanfl. 1'.,

STEAMER LINE SCHEDUlE-- j fi -,..-d to love him and the o Lisat and smoked and mUl'l.1Ioit. I fires are raging in the vinciui-y: Jltf 111 South DeViIlif-r-/ -1
-t''oUllu..n,1 was her of !
: Spricgwater.) !Houses hams and ,
!. ever had he felt to utterly i I
'1 trait. The story bad U-eu :i >. 01:1till' ticking of the little I stork are being buried and the who.11: I:I

Between IViixacipl.i and ..n-Coat grtatre Mftriiprilitan soaves than the l'ir.t I ; '! "oiulnrUd him. Finally he read I country is devastated.: I I 11- QR.IMOFIr@TT B Cures Choiera .I I f nt."I.
had
Itiinn Diily isrpt: Sunday. nianajror ( j i niss.ijt;. Thl'rcIS a new lix Many cattle were caught: in the tim -i r- Diarrhea,[)}'scnten .

I that advertising; was 1 >U his face as he drew a sheet of ber and burned to diath. There art the Bofecl\ Troubk. >

"CITY OF TAMPA. stud Th.it disgusted] him. !/j *r tnwarl him and wrote ra I'irll .. heavy lirt's1 miles eat of Molalla. II \'lu."r: ', Children of Ant *s.'

Lv Milton p.6iam; : Lv lVni'\cola, l ::\>pm I Miritdid lint figure in his 1l ,': Sell" he said, "do you retnc'ra- The fire between lihubtl and ClarK Bp.t FAT (TEETHING Aids Digestion, I Rccic; '' :.
POWDER!
which had )
just appeared 1s' tile .
,
1'In.:0IaI'i.'r'ttm Ar Milton Z :))pm 1 thit wl.en we were children you is still spreading.; J.: 'pP Bouc'i.Strcnst-:
Fare,fuci; hound trip,$1:1k1.r I-iiUf| she had aUllllUue 'J her I Costs 25 cents theChildandah? i
'. when I Only at Droggists
) "( to marry iijf 'grew r
up ,
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rai'nt to .Ift.ks. On the ut>rr .\\'. I ILimolf. j 1 TEETHING EA 1 .
L"' would send it I back wis rihV I am grown up and Stroke Caused!: Unusual Phenomenon.Astoria. P;;;, or mail :: rents to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS. MOTC'kLr.KS.

:; ful n JW. lint, I am a lonely man. Oe., & ;Jt. 12.-Sranke froui j Aj! .Jll!.. .'-.I l.7-. IIK.C..I. !l"FVETT-lr D, ir s.,. JJS'.M. }"U d. N.a.teth.t 11nreiperii'f.'ur.h '
I .
ntno <>f M; rrli.Myn'1 The old clock should have It ,'
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j jMBri'i' 'iI.1 [ I u lieme, TU'TlII.Ir: h! n- rl, ju-lthini. n,m nt'.- : ''t.
I"I!, in >1,1| it> ,'.- "t'n1 for the ajfiii. Hut whore was it? [ the .sae .f the uld lo\e. will you the fort fires backed from the coat j Irun'jletret1! .' _. t -iri' ,,If" .. .t1et-edmthe "hgYofpre'i1[''. .n- ,ft.uiftriIypht. -. Ieont.urdtoI 1
... ,
< ffl| .LI! ,1.1 il. m. ftvtr "!' If ,
.* t M' rut.ngab h 1I.h' w
nithiijiv. tht I in sohd! bank i- i
t.d;: frofi! t)I." f.-ir'uxt' wee and di1enos irratit u five it to the ; some day may win I a and caused an unusual Ii.rn.thra i .I"bye'IRI'.t.I I : : '.'.j n n .'ij r tuo thr" K .3.lk-n'si i i Iu:'''..-'..4. -
to full II ihit jiroiiiisi-? I have ph.'rHnH'"n lute, the setting sun Lebal.u. r. r.-.r..r 1 .i s IKKT.IlNA.t: !. .I"lo.t..n I "n, u-w, ,.
li.iiIN
10 I"'ru.tts it .
pan t'llltrlyloukptI sotiH-thhi; had stayed his band. ( 1 r 0. \\". Id\'U.d"ranIl'rvl.JtorTu.k..e ,i .\
', I't. ,\11. there it was behind the a lilind worshiper!) after strange mining : K- sky a yellowish! green. Dui- I J
A UM.P-C! thorough antiseptic '
jar: It was a china I but ,',' nlua.is toyed you dear. ih s# thiou-hr.it, tI: e city general!'.' I ,
1 foi 11.:1' is clu-ap
jii:
or;:::ii- hartlly known.
tloi-ij: wad my heart told mi- so to- was .u.'t'n''ed. and
everywhere j
back IWIIN- light
fifteen before -
rears
'n' i i Irip i ::."- u it its d vay- !
1.1. i i. . i r .'._- "r'"r.t.' iaru rc_.mlrd as quite a t. Tel:! nu1 that I may come home were turned on. The girls employt: : i1 -. -
: Uvin again; whouwe left off lIe in a parking house ceased work
'r i ." I iii t'1"1l1rn. I')
I tJ.! mouiiis of doubt and niln I
-teary at.F7M
H- roti.offilxTod hOhis flra A steamer on the ColumVa:
'. in
11 ; i ." ji'iit":; nf '
I :\!I 'l IHt.: ;;;
<
ovor\vnik mother was t.'omllll l H'-d: to i11f i it1
i.:.' : 'i > ." -i .r' i."ly i i.-i- mni" c". had use a soarohiiffht at ;
''l itM i ;,1! .. -. .. ': O!i ii.i !''''I""u I (j I brought it 1 bi'k( from -,,; :: laughed when she heard of his 11 a. m., and the Portland and Oriental .... I ) ,

..t doti\ t x' .it. I.. ':- u!'!.!> tn pi rf ..IllIt \' [ father bad looked his \ : : ;; '. lout Elft! >ley neitlivr knew I lines were unable to Wv.. ua their : -,' .. .f1 r
(: \-i,
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& !
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(:11' was learning how
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1":11 -1.1-. i I", _'. l'. .inv rut | she Lad Iiotutut it with her .l. trill. i / ':.. '
1.ffa't .!llillK-t I lu i III 111.i.dlllh.: I IEI.I buttt-r" money and her right; ioth.v! love made: the hands of time; I e"J !'(- ,., tPo.m r.ss ,

!! rt, \'il.) i : the 1".111 liollld IM |P tliifund in Fwmiug i-\tra\a;;. FREE'r; round. CPL.'S: W. SAKGLNT.Gfttint I -p... 'x; r .-'Ii" ,f.', -_-,,'. ._ '--r1'1F1f.7'

well! l> :-- ,I' .. .1 i ilri>p of < li>:-ir tune I! 1I1'\"I' :... I 1..:1 .[,< sii, I

tuft' | ..nr.'d ,.ti 'II.' lii-iish! and tlu- Th.lt:1'; when bo was (' : ; ..h"oolulf'.I.IawUI:1 I T. Lvnch. editor of the Philip i K\ .T r1 !I II II.

uoih \\1'1 r'i'' il 1\\(11.1' ihnv tiliio fist enjoyed the dignity of hl1 ;i \ sfiu me 0\ "r to ask if jon j I burp, X. J., Daily Post, write : "I &ifjl1!

with ;i vilutio.i: i.; h..ll'ti tiM-potm of own little room up under the let her have a cupful of ('0 ..'c' I have used many kinds of medicines I 1

tiuctun-{ .> a h:! If pint of wit<'r. Th' cn-ori'd 8linplc! The clock -' : tomorrow morning," said the little j I for coujrhs and cold iu my family I

throat ,h.IoIIII' :;:::ir u.l ',i with it two urth.'p fiui
,' inn... \\li.ili \\ ill keep the \uirulu ,!, of importance had he wound it ," replied the niotlur: of i Honey and Tar. I cannot" say J
tir,:t ni In- family!! that had Just moved in I I i too much hi crane of it. \V. A.i ,
ivjnlr.; and ih-!! l:>.-i ihird! of ihc :ht1'hy. was quite : i D'Alemberte,121 S. Palafox. --:1Lt-I )
KMliMiiId! In- -v\alli>utti. Then! one That \ray what! his motln ': are our next door m-n-hliTs! on
she f.iiiic to tuck bim into Ia.. north, are \mi not?" 'I -- -
call Iii Mild to l.i\t-! a thoroughly: cl ;ltiliioinli FINE
".- 'ttI. MiiMii.ul aid ..Iw d!:di>'t WINES. LIQUORS( ETC.S.
aril l'Ii'I".I'. jrentlf mother! I'or ton years !' I, r j flR 1 Y rl t: .

Tin- half 1"'i"I! ;' : of mj rr'i withoii! i 1 lain there in the wmotery uu' want the cpffe.. Sin' Willl'd:: | mo a LH t nl tnUL.tco ,
what kind of t'ls-i.i-! had!
s s-iiMlii.> I:..I- i.;' th.' I'Mitiilini) di I.aiv. ('liiniiuiii.! Could she you

rty! :ft..1' 'a'il: :! Ulll |irfVrllt ; now. bt- wosiilored with his : ta Iht.-Cbk; '. ;: Tnnii-! '. ==.araL A. FRIEDMAN.\

apartmentand comfortable if* the cost ht&l ? oil db-
net to.itv.llidi a!-d! iii'ji'xi i> troul,-> c

teal: w li.'nli.x' on Ihc cui.stitu t tonut:? ""('tOIll C'lul,1"nt: help 111'1' U:3.r r. o. nox IIM. IIXKI'IIOM 171-

tiou. "m'hllthe !smoke from had IdJnp\ trouble for year-."

Wi.uld persist in getting into : ..;; Mr*. Iliymond C',llttrr of KIDIEY CUGE Is I

I f, thi< t-vcniiiL' and making them \\ \Va"h.: "and the doptcir- 1l itY .. .
Take ('ar* <>l tin- !-urnlueh.Th I i He knocked the nIios out and not help nif. I tried! F"l"v'- tI' D'"!I.I.";( Wtta. ;!"J"..,-" ICE AND WOQD.

ma:1 IIr w..m iI' who-e dii.tiou .'*"- I coT<-isjition{ sizzled in the heel : : Cure, and tht' very first do--

N p rft ct aid who-p stomach 1"1' it s<> perfort"itiveiy function* never lu.-ir the baoi.u orjM'kliiii in tho say tot cinch fur nl..y'! money = WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A Ml'CH 1..* HGKR TIDE

sick. K..I.I cletn-p- : '\ Cur>> W. A. IVAleinbeltp, : mdn by (nJfiiyslcltrj -
p jMinflM and 1.1tIt'II..w t"fii ;Ut eMT.vtbins THIS :'w )nIEI THAN EVE 1 E'-'C ItE
\
Palafox.
sweetenlie "tunl toll' .tnd Lures po-- iitlvd.v i I 'ii of tb. old white I'.innliou : r.Pnt CA Ou bxi fa .
-- -
..u.t p -rn: troubl'". I Piii! ::it-din.tnd ty4p'p-1a. :(f IHI l.>' bo Ioru-Ilt his '((torr- I U'"C bare a 4y t 4:.
It i4 i tile Wllllil-Ttlll i
>
r"lifi.tI'lI.tI\
FRIG t. \
:It'" -- h'. e.\ 1'-. but Ins J.Kx' left which w& n'lllsell H&w. Olsen
tonic that i. niakiii"p: In.ittyrn i Thompson & C ?
A. TVAI.KMRK.mPThere' ;
people;; wt-ll titid Wi.ikf: 1'1. stritijr .II: :hi as be wound up the old cost. .Marston. tj- Jaina. ,

by convey injr t'> tlpii lit' Ida* all of I I i <'. It VMS not b.ind-iuuo. l Manrcsa Street
the t lots of money be .na.de Teh f hone 7'; /v.
tiiiuri-biiU'iit in the fund tbny.Kv. v."uid sovm srood to b'iii' its i j .. Burgers; Rob Pcstoffice.; in real e-l:1\te-Io1 of it. A real ,
-
J. H. I1.llhdaIIf estate -- -
eat. H da-!! :.:_ -i- 1iiioro.. ty: InMt it \\ h .... ---
: :-. :\:eltan, Aia.. St pt. ign j.* usually. a fineer-board to
day Mi--" wrist** : KI><1IIHI.t.'u't.d'U1 | /nLtr bad stood fur the l-I1ur'i I|
I cun-idt'i H the buct rtntedy I pi-t !h IMinto| the I""stomc" at woaltu.[ Thos. C. Watson &
I turn bo cjin-ied! Varies WICKE
gilt : & Cow
the Iteal
Co. Estate
ever tied tar dr'pejv-ia aud ->.t.ltD"chtrHhle" lilt r.inirham. blow opi n the :iaf".1| leading farm
tlit1 .
di1.1lg n have olfers !
some which it would
I wagivnu n.i hy phyiciuu I'1 '' 1245 in money and t'srtpt'd.I: I
\ bo came back, the be worth your while to consider Oo
.
*. K 'diduv l.fu.
n> ,
y nearly heard the
it aftr-r nn.iV. Har:'i-:' I'liurniacy, !i already taUt-n <.a a wore that It noise bur and see them to-day, and don't wait Plumb eft Gas and Steam
was a blast .
in till fitter
; a to-morrow.
lIt could aim
John! Sifii.ird! ; Sidney K >!.u. pert st fauey I'
,
I Itluil'l dud I wac thinkj by the marby. The burglars did i not';' .. ,
with the
w high! had been the stamps or oth-r -
once dearest S'e
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of value + } f ', No. & South Palafox Street.
and
left :
1"
? tulle ""IHII1f' I p.IN,, .ill"!. and the conch shell no evident01: ,
A d.-iii\! .: !iii'li'!! liadi.1 that oidyi-.ills the West Indies by \'(' of their identity. I! 1"f .:... l ''.. Ail Kinds Oi Plumbing and Has P'lUinjra Materials Kepi on 1Ir.:. .
I -
litte'r' ;:-c W. } 1.n.f'flON'; 117'Io""n Jt
In lriu A. r'Ie
r'rl nl Kill
iui .1 I.tI. tK-Hv too, bad stood Nelly! King's Health Excellent. : )
.
111-; in 'i\ uli: .. '..c is 11I:111' in ili." way: I ph-.iicraph. IIcw !ions ago that w York. Sept. li.-There has b.n I' -. .,' ::Y'A".oa ,,; .....
";I' .
Cut flllll'r! 1 ,-"li-r 1'.II'r a cir1itil.ir | bt.fi.ro In- .-:ltltl. to the city to improvement ]in the kin:; a l I J \. L- :} .

-M ,;' .I'M:'t tide IIHl.rdfiv;> :11I.11 I land furtuno and heartache! since the coronation says a \' ; ...... :....- '. A. M A
l iu.'Lts! I"l't* fliiiill tl I'I very
ten >
: M2( -h:1I".1 I \it bo still!I it-iiioinliorod dispatch to The Tribune: lit* I IP 'I .
I".-t 1.lh' iii "'..ntl-1ILInnal iitiTi! with i i! dor.itfnl! l')',,;. Site was is strictly regulated in quantity ',t.... '"-'-- 6 ):':; ...' ",-

tulips .Hid It'I\1'S. SKotib ono tul'p i 1! do/-:. !iil.o!! Jinn. lie Lad bom character. Those who have t1 U isrct'ESSOK T<. AVERY t 'H'LFLK. .
with upncbt ""'m JiiuV leaf tin'illa.r! i!! all!l se-n i '1"- \ :<<
it" 5r'it're the home tees talked with him in Scotland assort I I sr IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
s'.df; ill tl'ivnUT of tho stri i.md I 'L'.L
he is in htttcr healtn than for I t \ ll :
1/1.-1/ in ti"- other two lilos-a'ia- and: I ;- IJ .
IVct !wollon to liiiiueiic !
.\ years, and that his \"i"aC'itan.1.
ftiSi.iue loll that wliell the ends tit' tho i HARDWARE.
"1 hart troubp >s an- noticeable J>>
will kidney ';o His Jti-- \t
shade are joined: no break <'> ur !' 1
*aye, J. J. 'ox of Valley View ;! ;: is now rouar.iril! by many aa a ,
in tin ti..icn: uatlino/ :111 the ttoxvoiIKtils

and) loau-s in black. Th- tils'' :"that swollen I could to hnmene not work size my and I .:.r in ilseuiso.!: wh'ih! may hiji-j; : Iron, Nails An:;. hon J K Haw Mill and h Hteamboat

of tho tulips and loaves. shouM I Ioe >ojiti'hnl coi.fi tied to my bed and rhy.- ':" :" ':.g his Liu for .n.any. ypars. i A Pleasant Supplies, Cooking and Heating HtovePaint, Oil-

.. m{ that they projoit at tIll WH untletogive me any -'- ... I, ; Window Glass, Guns, Pistols and Fi..hinjc Tackle.
I
top tit tKo 1'1/1', which has tv be cutout My doctor finally prescribed / i ii Agate and Tinware ana IIollscfu 'nislliJlg Hood,.

. around t!.0111. 1 ho ;gives a prcttj | Kidney Cure which m ido a Employment.

and uaur..l I't't! of the tlouorsaboxe tilt.:; nun: of me.V.. A. D' \ i I Ii j( "AGE ;-8 FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANY' :)
121 :-;. Palafox. elgaiinr ii en every box of the genuine
the ciiiitiUlxlit.SUIIIIIHT: I II Revere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery
I ti"e Brolno-4111ninc Tablets i Cooking becomes an enjoyable
Wheel Co., I, ftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kif-
., : od that cures a,cold In one day. j I ta-k when Gas somine, Iron King and Huck Stoves and Ranges, Win

I inK'rinJ Cold.. DR. KINC'STRY : Stoves are used. The I Coups & Co.'* Raw Hide Lace Leather, Ma?ury'?

Don't let :a cold run at thi-* >ea*on. NEW\ I A i reason : No ashes, dirty Made Railroad Colors.

!Summer colds are the hlf J."t kind to I coal, soot, worry about Masonic Temple. @ Pnsacola. Fla.

care and if neglected may linsreralon FOR THAT For Infants and Children. even heat as you want it. -
? for month. A long siege like
this will pull down the tronsret con TAKE NO Kind Yea Rare Always Bough I Quick Too

stitution. One Minute Cough Cure 1 I w. B.
I Cures WRIGKT>> GOmPllNYJ

,': will break up the attack at once. Colds tb I Gas is, and cheap compared \ \ \
::Safe sure, acts at once. Cure* Bronchitis, 4 ,
eof
f coughs, cold, croup, bronchitis, all PlleumoniaHar with coal. If you've \1 I MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IK
fi( throat and lung troubles. The children ,, I never tried it, try it now f J. ,
1 like it, i risy LaGrippe
Harris' PlarmicyJohn Ask us.Peosacola. 'I LUMBER LATHS
-j Sheppard Sidney Kahn. I Sore Throat, Croup you want a good Bed- I I ,

! Whooping Cough. : or a nice Crib for the'II I :.ti;
Gas Co. SAWED CYPRESS SHIHBIE8-KIii-DrielftI iIJ
Foley's Honey and Tar '
I I NO CURE. NO go to Marston # .

cures colds, prevents pneumonia. l I Pnc 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES j 25 and 27 E. Garden St., Penuccla, Fit. -.. ... PENS ACOLA, FLA.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 13 1902 i I

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VAUGHAN LOSES JOB. OLD OFFICkRS"RE-ELECTEj. p -- I 1 I


If.B'O'BEERS Alabama Official Removed from Office Turpentine Men Finish Their Workat I ,i I

j by Roosevelt Jacksonville Fla. l lI

Guaranteed Pure. None So Good. Washington, Sept. 12.-The president Jacksonville! Fla... Sept 12.-The t

SOLD EVERYWHERE. has removed William: Vaughan annual convention of the Turpentine I

United States district attorney for Operators' association, which has ii iifor 1 I
!I II
-- -- -- - the northern district of Alabama, for been in session here for two days, adjourned I

.\:i rust spots on nickel plate I neglect of duty. last night after a most successful

MI rend lot It remain a LARGE WOOLEN MILL BURNED The action in the case Vaughan session from a business standpoint i !

11.11 nil with powdered was directed from Oyster: Bay. t ,

.1 trip!'It and ol.! Give Two Hundred Men and Women Rendered Charges had ben preferred asatnst All of the former officers of the association Infants and Children. j 1

ii :I l-b with whiting; and oL! Idle at Eridgeton, N. J. Mr. Vaughan some time ago and thexre'ident. were re-elected for another I
The Kind You Have has borne the
Always Bought signature
Rridtreton. N. J., Sept. 12.-The large : after making In.juirie on term. These are: A. D. Covington, > .I
of Chas. II. Fletcher null has been made tinder his
factory of his southern ,
the trip determined
>' household deodorizer Is East Lake Woolen Mills to remove president; John C. Powell secretary; I
(company of which him. H. A personal !supervision for over 30 '('ars. Allow no ono
J. McEachern
j. .urt!!, spirits of lavender Edward Addicks. treasurer, and V:

? Hi bicarbonate of ammo- cf Delaware is the head was destroyed Mr. Vaughan was first appointed by J. Hillman, vice president The members to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and

by fire today, entailing a loss of President McKlnley. He was reap. of the old jceou-tlre committee "Ju t-as-goOI" are but Experiment, and endanger tho

100000. Two hundred men and wom- pointed by President Roosevelt about i were also re-eleted. health of Cliildren-Experience against Experiment.

,,'ti ;:Teen vegetables cut off en aft rendered Idle eight months ago. He was a candidate For the next place .f meeting tncre

: It;:>. stilk and soak in salt The plant was recently Improved by for United States judge and the I was a hot contest between Valdosta The Kind You Have'Always BoughtBears

? '" -nil hours. the addition of modern machinery charges preferred in opposition to h!. and Jacksonville, In which Jacksonville .
the
which appointment to the bench are under Signature of '
-- was destroyed. The WPal els won. The next annual meeting -

.. 'us of green India silk are at the factory have hen on strike stood to have first influence the president will be held here in September iri

r tlic: dining room. I about a week. Many of the strikers against him. next year. Resolutions thanking Governor I I : f

tad, however returned to work within Jennings. Mayor Fletcher Colonel

.. result of the past few days. One Hundred Years Old. W. S. West of Valdosta; Mr. P.
kidney
: i 'u- or
Roanoke, Ala., Sept. 12.."-Several: B. Sourtland and other speakers were 3
ti'tinjr
".rder bv Foley's '
I'.,r'.. W. A. D'Alemberte, $s0o:>0 Fire In Cincinnati. citizens of this town attended a very adopted at the session last night. 1

,'il if X. Cincinnati Srpt. 12.-Fire early thh intersting family reunion & few miln In Use For Over30 Years.THE .

from this plac The occasion 7Me U"T'U" ...
--- was Ceti. rr MU..a..r.Ctr..CW toll. tlTt
morning starting from an unknown Holmes' Second Attempt Fails.Dover I\ _.", o ,, ......... .....,. -oJiLZZ'
,. ,, WIIamrerresentto! give cause in the Enterprise Lumber Ibe celebration of the 100 th anniversary -
coco
P.ng.
Sept. 12.
i J look through the of the birth o. Burrel': Nail the -Frank
i an ; ( 1DV'S yards at Shllllto! '
street and the Holmes of
,
.if. suitable article;z :at Cinflnr.. Ianon oldest citizen of this county Unr-'e! Birmingham started from GARDEN SECTIONo
aryl Northern railroad Dover at 6:30 o'clock this
J i-, you urely can find caused Burrel as he Is known by his neU'h-\ morning in
a loss of $50,000; Includln an attemtp to swim the English
(' If chaa-
EM flea yru. you hors is a splendid! type rf the oil-! (
w :,/ in the Diunond: Hue ? eight/ cars belonging to the Pennfylvania nel.! Holmes abandoned his attempt
time southern
gentleman. Though
;' mi before you buy railroal company. Ilrker.i : after being in the water two hours Pensacola
3T1
coal Lie is entirely blind he is In rosst' si"Jl olds
also ,
yaids!
i role damaged This is Holmes' ,
second. trial
10
of all his mental faculties/ aid; taH.s!

I very interestingly of thins! that happened ; swim the English (channel he having I Near East Hill Electric
Terminus.
7 PARKER'S QUEER;: CASE OF POISONING. started from Dover in the morning of Railway
: 4 HAIR BALSAM early in the last ('('lltu:;;.
Ji.' ., a re.a awl trtJtme* tn. tai I .\ 28 last. when after covering 6
.; .; t : ara a Iniuiuuit powtli.IT Paris Crren Put on Cotton
to Kill he
q miles was seized with Lots
N "r Fallll to Restore Gray Shows Large Enrollment! cramps aril i Beautiful for Sale.
llMr to it* Youthful Color. I Worms Kills Seven Pickers. was obliged to abandon the 11
.
... attempt.
i Cun; n a 9 d 1 ."dI.t luf :UUOLAY Paris, T' x., Sept. 12.-.\ report I
__ I reaches here of a wholt'sall' poisoning I Polytechnic institute nas ortm-J 10x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord-
with the largest enrollment within: c\N'ciu: critKi B1I1.00D IJXL.MAll ;
which is sad: to have occurred in the I its ing to location and surroundings.E.'tcepUonally .
history for the first Notwithstanding
.0 =fix i forks of the Red river and the Kia- day.
Sk'n anti Rloixl tiiaeagea Cured. ;
I the throughout
nutia in the Indian Territory A farmer reps Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,
the state I'.- ,)i<,bi.ert is now for the Mr=. M. L. Adama, Fre Ionia, Ala.,
W' a-j Corn r ftes! [MbGGIZWiEZ recently apuUfd; Paris green to th- High, Dry Fertile Lands.
roll to exceed: the previous fear by 10f l.> took Bnanic Blood Bum, which effectually
i cotton in hs; field where the bollworms I
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r' 4 CO., Prop i, were doing! damage. TEX CEo.T1 U. BUY trial size of cured an r:1ti1ctcer of The grandast opportunity for investment ever
There haj been but the nose and face. The sores healed
M nutac'C'ori little rain since Ely's Cream Balm enouh to -
; convince offered in Pensacola.
perfectly. Miny doctors had! :
t- \ ; IN!) I'1'1CGltOUvlt the Pa is preen was applied. Three I you that it is the xreatibt of up .
her hundreds I ---- -
or four days aso seven cotton : ; remediefur nasal catarrh orold in given UI( case as hopeless,
: OC'K lKKD.i plrk: j
I I of ea-e of cancer, eating I Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
four the head. Full size 50 All
CtI.ts.
'\1" Industry, tar there It erg mm and three "women went .
sore, supperntinjf swellingetc. ,
vi I -,."'lIlt! J>uy vprr ;Msalanf: to work: in the patch where the poisuu: drujrui-t-: =. We mail it. ;,
have been cared by KIoo.1 Balm.
;:i .he Home Manufsciarer, ELY: BKOS. CO Warren street, \
vim i-ncournge home liarnislrftiuthfe had! bften applied. LatEIn the evenIng X. w York. I Amoag others Jlrs. ]J. M. Uueroey, "VTcTufolDSCorner

.. ) t comniuisUji they became sick and during the I Warrior Stand Ala. Her tiosc and .
I !. are Indirectly boneated.! 153 Second Street; Alb1n '. X. Y.Messrs. :
"... ',.JQle mancJACturer fee I night all of then are reported to ha'ef1.J. : ELY BJos.8ulr 'lip were raw as beef with offensive Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
cHiiseot labor You o*> di-charge from the eating sore.
Their death: is aid to have greatly with catarrh and tried drffer- .
> tu1 ity In wl1lCl'on lvt and Doctors advised but it
a r"1110 ToUr support. I been canned by inhaling the dust from I ent remedies without eif'-ct. After cutting
ruled. Blood Balm healed thesoras
the po!=on. u>in? one bottle of your Cream Balm I and Mrs. Guerney h1S !iff. C. BRENT, W:01.11 KNOWLK8, W. K. HYKS. JR.. J. H, KttHB:.

I found relief and I cannot praisetoo i President. Vtoe-Presidant. Catliler. Ass't Csrh.erFirst
well Botanic Blood Balm
+ I as tver.
+--""""" -- -- hisrLly such a remedy.
Miss Kate Shelley, Heroine. al-o cures eczema, itching humors
M I CORA WILLAKD. 'T
II PUBLICITY FOR I iss scabs and scales bone pains, ulcer,
aCroa.- Wis., Sept. 12.-.Miss Kate
Sept. 27, 1t iei.sive pimples, blond poison carbuncles ationai lianlE1i
81! !Hey. the heroine of many poems -
THE PEOPLE. scrofula ri-ings sod
bumps
,
I 11
riil I wrain( s in prose, who. when i
To remove fiuper marks 0') doors rut on the 'kin and all blood troubles
I'!'ilrt! saved! a train load of from
people
.
the marks with a piece of flannel! dip Druiijrin$1 per large bottle.
r ,i.- '. Kurd Costs ton a Cent d It alit !,y t reing; over a frozen bridge lien ia pnnillin, and they will Ui aj> Sample of Botanic Blood Balm: free *V PENSACOtA, I'LA.

rt ana i\eryWrrd: is Head n..aroln i : o:1a. Iowa in a raging; pear' as if by lua.C' c. and prepaid by writing Blood Balm I

ltKverjbaJy.. llfJrm/ and warning the engineer; of thedal.ier Co Atlanta: Qa. Describe trouble OTSFl:THOTO EelE

+. + has b< n engaged by the State The best homemade fire PItiD and sealed special letter.medical It U advice sent worth in WM. H. KN"-.VL !:t w. A. FLOt' ''T. F. fcRKlII, V. K i- -". .. --
ISlt'l certainly
I
r'aNCI! 1'0 .J. !'IJ. In,une hospital at Cherokee. Iowa asa er Ii! four ounces of pearl ab i :-:
. . while investigating: uch a remarkable : D. (I. BRE 'T,
Miofc is
niiisf Shelley quite old.
in hot water and added, t'> a pail ( I remedy as Blood! Balm cures
I
\\I ...l',..N r-mall!lion ImprO\f.t1r"RI aninui.tsni lowIi j ,r.IJ wakr. the most awful wort and most I I

< in I .-,II.. K. hru ks. Arm Torn Off by Gin. I j deep-nt-ated blood diiea-'es.: esi: M Ita; toil! i t Pry

,a' i ... S. PlIot,,: X !*t., rislierSuilm .I Jlampt<>D. Ha Sept. 12.-Will Cal- Foley'< Honey and Tar
Jaway. while working at the ginnery | adapted for chronic throat troubIP O A S '..' O :XT 3.A.. 8 3 wdrvw

of J.V.. Turnips! \ in i rill-Iwyou need monpyri
I. n'.TB any amount you want arm torn completely off while raking hoarseness and all bronchi.il dnfases. 3 goatnre GU 1.TWa our OWl P.UIs *f :xcr.anjrs ..." ira Britain, Ir6Ja.r. p
.. Ilefue -ub.titutv.. A. I I
'i.ta.bt"on.t:' t"'iii- and mproted lowest city raits real the notes down from under the git. D'Alemberte :S. Palifnx. of. ''( Germany. Fr sea. Austria! Italy, Holland, kin' J!.>sisal, Kcasia, IUTOY. I

u in tiher'ry4: :. Koutu PalaIi -- dvelcn. Pennark: a'ld Other Enrnpn'-.p u.attrMs. ,
\ Sii'l
Ir.-'r Ihnarpnlntment .
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Inelfectiv" liver medicine U i 'I. C"-'fESTrr.O ENGLISH ,, eVe-net4 itSbnraednrnn thr Mf< t'ftPs'1le Term?. ltd the'1Ohllgatfon
., a dig
YC'JSSEIF i : ;J. 1'l'n II.
v I Tit Hu'i-io! MOMKY CURE Vf'
,, I f4 erw.l Met k "y ito" 'I'\AU Payable at Port ol flat,ttl a'!oa 1 en or 1'iftep; 4n gafter r
'v \In-drryuurprr.llrrtyprocu. but tlllI't a. a 11 t Y
l .. 'ifdllc.t buy or fc..ii! real es- appointment you want to et7ipg. diarhareesionanentatluna.oaaratwrd t'rnrictir'Ironaatyrilet..amr. 1 tIt J7.l'\oJ",, ..otrlitnRi, nod,f'hl., Ieau'. VeOt.1with Ar"31! ='IhCaitrgrp
atl. I' .I', "|i, n'.I itv Ii any:"..-cription. have ptir e, strain art! break the gl.uii.-i: : of''' irritations or UltrrdloLe J. 4"J".u.' l II IClfl.; : ta'):..II.. L.6Li''I' ( r
'. ,t,1."I'l.il nr your laies utteu'led to, .. Lot $0 alrtetU P. ('' mocou menii-rim-j. tr-' ';.l--. :. hair s' I inIfcLrnvothri. 'r t.m v.4 I i DCiPJ141t-B t -fo-Rent
I 1..1.1 in
"ill' r o.lili.k. Th.iA C. 'AatHOn A Co. the =t imch :and bl1we!". Dr SVitt'a enlrat.C.Utu4a. P.Inles.aodnotabtna .. ..1 .,.. '-,.- '. K&'. .. I V reg fosrneciion: .
.. .t 1 :al" .' 01! I Insurance agents HensaH Little Early: lli-er never dxtppolnt. Ta1EIAJsCHiwcluCo. g"utorp'esonosete'lcktln0. t / *, .. .. tof
U..M I 'I
'' ot { (! o'C': ir n I
( $ by Drdgg(3fMD.1.
IBI < moll /rate. To everyone They cleanse tlie-ytnn of all pol-oii : *" .T .,.'",- '. )'.rTli.iilnr.. TrM'mjulnli I
y '\ I nit from u. KH will lend moui-y and matteranJ do it or Scut ln plate wrapper. V V r "Cd..l! f r l.xdh .,...>Icrv irv.A. tontfarq.
''i. 1.1 build ii bout*. sd-tf putrid sojjeutlyth.itona *"' eiprr. prepaid for J.' .." ,. ]l.!1. I.r. T..tntucl.I.. lit, r
I enjoys tlie! pie;ant elfi-rti. C f t.al, ur 3 ui'l""Jirtulur > hrs. i" t, b Urtl.|-" hrn'I..11',.
S .
.
yt i.it vu [IJUtaR '! -u.ttif l-MIUA.fl
I i' he.t lloolll. They are tunic! to the livi-r. Cure
H I'll 1 1I -
Itiltnu.ues, torpid liver and _. _. WE WILL'FUHNISH YOUR KIM FREE !
prevent ------ -- -- -- -----
I I h runt rootiiturni bed. Mi 1'-.1' fever. Hard Pharmacy John
I \ K,'tk\\ ith. 'U North lSnri'1louftI

_(ar''g.lty. :..-lwhl1':1 Sheppard; --Sidney; -K-ihu.. _- THE NEW GROCERY STORE. 1 wrl.ln* luiniiH+tiy'm onr'Mri hamlemu .1. KI u : i 1199iRe' ,

Clt. .. n' __ ; Needle in Van's Thigh | 0- -- ., --=--. -- -0 I _- suderrrlcd imums w...I pin'.''anin fir, .., ,'. fr I..jui,. ; "r'a.1.and ooIM.
our Ma| \\ /IT "t i .... .
I Ii i>-Dark cream filoml Jersey Tifton. (Ga. SM't. U::.-Di. J. fff.'di'Vii l.un.urfi d. at. -. 1,1 ,:' .
ft horn tlpi.awedntr tlni cfltoiini I or liu'ilt .1 Ii>r m. IN rriiiHtanili
U.'ttHr fir return to K. J. \ ot, of W'illartwcbre, has periorn WILL MOYER Sr C th'.rru. M'Ae I ttraa' ,: }
\\'..-t """\>'11. ....1! : 1 anllrlgrtre,. '. i.lallrniailvl., I "e Aa.
of
an rather
_. r"2I'nnrnn1a'IGeddenstrrrt om-rat.on an unusual j / Lla. ru' "' wlw'u' I !.U", I eke
c .1 ;, :: -tint;; 'I t
f it.-m/i'i i' j I
Fe > U .- A ltl. nature Elijah PalJ k. aced about "i! >. First-Class Stockof '1 11..1 1010 0"1 i"I'i D4 bn ...! I
Keeps a Complete Up-to-Date G- f'i
wi a 60I'llriIllnnrr
complain to Mm of severe ih-umat !Ito KIM ... rl-,
: !' ; lot..ahnl a t *u"fu; > den rit \ i ,iliil I'lt.TH.r; deliishtfully situiiiinuiiilrtt pales ini.4 thljh: Dr.Vi.oo: \ Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries. RR"Trot.'T.. r'1: : 1"i; : : :i ; : :,!'./'i:-,,, I : )r G _
: with numerousowiiei made( an examination arjl' became sa'. Iamrrrytnu : .a.rdwee .: tit I" ', K.Ill <'hlil.'rnn'r' 1. ,
are >,oini! to !leavei i No 30 W. Government St. Salisbury Block aia, ..1.1'lDuC.., .ne. Lip.IK '.. .,. -. -\ .I'h.r i h'v.'a .. "
I ie m.- H' ,. ., .
tailed that there I Stie ..
1 -. U at a lmriniii : (He tninn was :some foreign ;->ii bot. I.' II MUBInl In.ir ,K Vt.. !f.. .h
i I. i-iu' .- centre l.v car; enquire the TEIPIIO\: I': 327. N.L" .11 n 'III' ii t
stance bollf'n
near incision | ... .. '
fflTTtJ J.
.' .' llliie. <,l I..' CoodarMeifrl' I lo-ilai. M> *" air. I. I. I Urj', .ral. "
made inch w.'! plMiwil ..I'! 11 : .rop- Wi ,"" 'ml n w .1. XV' tn -I d, k..i "J" r. ) I
-- we.- nearly and .
--- an deep anoi.i ,. .
t tl In I
w
.rb mm limp .crrlntur W d iut' } M ,
,
I, l I.! f' 'rr..nllll'IO,, ru-t, n rlueinatlnm ,. .. 1
p. io If da 1OUQlluil m mire 11..1',1 rte I"''e ei ltj! I t '
a k
-fashioned sewing needle!! lag inch<* a }! .. :
r Just trout tbp factory: s j .: !In AI.NL- llITU1L\G, iuool' 5 hr'' ,"' 'tq. 1100'd'laf..
to
i riiiiniure. organ. ilxftLs and !Ions was extracted. Mr. Paulk ill i The Star :
I" r trot IK..low ro.t. ht Kl,her's Laundry SAlVONA SOAP CO.. Cor. 12th I Pine Sts. ST. LOUIS MO.
,
-' i.i.j--. Tarragona II IMt.-rtiv that the needle has not h"t'n ,

,t'ld! 1, in him sine /hi- war a child an I j J i i ,

I! 1'"'r l.1..r IMI rasy moot terms de-ira'ile hythnKisheri lots In that h<> either wallowed! it or it'a... Biggest Busiest Best 1

'. Axeacy, 111', Woutb J'Rlafoi ..tlll'in! him when he was very you' < NOTICE. CHOICEST ) ,
e Ii<:.\m
1 '
-at least 59 years ao.; There aI',' I have been autintr-yi-d 'n tak

N ." 'rj H. a few like cases on the medical n-r ( ". tion for Win. Jnnius -OF- I
3 An Call ubccrii
; tff> Evening onvfe

-Men been barber Irmle.liriirtice 01 d. but :it is dtnd-ly! unusual" for a } I r.rytIJ': paper The ChU11I"II.n.t fH""S ra raminC. !' r 1 II IIA.T !
to
\v .. I man tosiry a nredle in his body .7':' ,
> iiMiistrittlonr l>y free .lecturrsurd.l.rk. cxpvrtl. years" t-\ < ":7' .'- .. *:;$S\ Your Swell Frlcmls t price N $l.(') per year in ad p ,

> :c. -. .>. Those deciria the I
":'e.4 I"lIl1l1'S fur graduatra'Vtrta :: ., I vance. panrrjjr I II
: : will'! find will be "
"! Saturdays: board riJ : | t1't'f'': you warmly r- J
'
J hlv-.t-anthtt: '!'ir'
: ryci :
New Motel in Valoosta. x I
mulleJI I.
1,1.0(11"I .i'li r loiloge.ami pinti New uliir drlwaus: Valdosta C.a. Sept.( 12.-"The Va!' 5/W1' .4 l' feict? :: >lvd if yon are well and neatly *I.INH" the undf r-iaiifd. I II IU. APOSTLE'S > '

*litfVil 'v It. > "iYIt' t/ 'r. Rufus, i iI ,
des." Vali'.osta's! nand modem v dresed and linen mrrepruacht I I
> your
-- .' r"-: wSt I II
\ \, ; .t iry i iuuiy hand V.'ar- trl l. bets he"n opened I:. D. Ft nv''. : ... I I CaTI' nail.w". 14 East GmrtiKt: St. ,
>.>lilii.r' \d1'inmal HomeK 'I._ / .r">" : .' N 1.ti1 able. A woman of refinement I =-,,-,, -- -- -- -. I Ii ,
hotel'nwn
I K.K.II.yBtlirdlullding. an xpori! nced latt'lj ,11Morirnruery 'F i
\t ,. IMini 4 >.'fy 'r.-v".f"U always rauaantanswell: brlctlu- Formerly! .r'l"va It'-UeurautNtanr -

'. C"< Oi empty Der. i".napr:! ; No. Ala city i.the of !i'l\i':I U.-SSCP>iyt- in ail'ii"gate !> I &*' 'V.JVs* t :.. rz_J's.. I.i: 's t '7"$ .i stincts by the condition of his linen : A Every Woman I II O ,r t' r-tnul nf 11Su/-Jrplea at fJ.7f fJ

-. ,H A.WKlrDMAN. nerGtfI. ;:'; rtr: ;, ---. v '"'iiJ \ I and hI' goes into her presence arshirt- < Isintrtnk.laiKtti UAk'uw set Mm, pr rJozcn.k .
can l hOlH: of a finer or more n1ll1.1 I I J
!
-- t ,> al.l atll-.. '
; ito
t i. : snored with where his J A, \ < _
I'. '. t'II.tlntt I'urlllt'. I ern hostelry: the furn.'ire and apimis.r::: beauty v e M\k\IL Whirling; Spray

I .' -AMM .>-- PI' 11'.I-, ni.nth ot the new hi>ti.l being of thrichest > ,J! 1'1tf1 % tf.-\- collar and cults have been done up l-'orS SJ Tl :"*w. to" .l..|...I..'. / .. ;, fl ? li
: \\Kl.ls .
aS.-e-A. '"" .ad "i" "MIji I i I Wi ,; :uf',
i ) /f-.p.- at the :Star Laulldry. ,., :'llij .
'' MrrnttandG.J.lutb- I chara<-ter. ... P'Ith. i u Mt ,, ... .rJi: ;ir.
.
''. -
.'" well and pump nfn.I : ; < h>u.i..v..trtMnilitnii
I. I I. Not on thHln'tnlinifnt :i a.ky.dr.trl.tPoele i ; Vg These tiny Cap-ule.msulrsoir

.IT !nw, but strictly spot (' II. t i'* ("n r.t Irh'.irn.trtp'ytte! r.Ilam If '
PI'fnf'too. 1111 ; r.M to "J a -
.. I'I Mi-rntt.OlltP..". ALL WORK c. o. D. Goads CallU for and Deliierel: Free un t.L. C""I.I nuWluL 1
ahll'1't'fli'nt by local application* they ('aunotrl'a'h : .| I? :\ 1 (' ,fl'''' ,r.d ::11'r/ t
Inltralel 1 \r.r.Md
,'.-- -- the di"t'3.l'd portion of the TELEFHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. .. parnru'.narel'.yrre! ;, n PII"J. .In. *4j 'a IJ i '> in :.i.48 *i- :r t.u..W 10..,!It.. MlHlL.tO.. .. .
J im
I is to curi- a use* I It ,liV lIU'ni.
.. ear. There only one way .. .' t tLaurels
.
I ">IB BROWN LEGHORNNv .
Room Sic Times lildg., New; York ten nit' a 04Mt;!qjq; _
..I" i todt snit Fgys fur lttlet. dt'afu.and that i i" by coi tinitionnl WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
II Willi" H..rr1"'lIorl'o'R. 1N'tf ,
I remedie. Deafness i N caused
.
,'1'\ alt. hohtrul. intianwl condition of the muuus -- -- -
I by an

\I .. \ I 1'1 I 1:"il'ui > :S'r; ; ; ? linin;? of the KiMuelmn: '1'nV. &STABLIKH&B 186S. LODGE DIKECTOHYI
I" "i" mil at No !' \\.t .inrk'oii I haH -
1vlIenthintubei'inllaiii yon !
: : I Again
U'Hi'lllni gradeeI.2..t.I
ii in per month or *.''U> forM a nnnblinir sound or imperfect h ariiiiT. McKENZIE OERTING & CO. I OF PYTHIA

:, hIm and when it i i.; entirely closed I farU Expoiltm

II.\. 1 It GOII )&. --- [)f>afnp...< i j" the re-ult and unit--" ', J --DKALSU8- 0 Penrtacola Lodge, So. 3. K of P itdsl m made Award the to Cold

intlammation can be taken out'' ,1
'' the :

: .eittAH( RBIICf E-Naoufacturer and thU tube restored to its normal Chandlery and> General Kardware1Ee9 meets Ins at every-all at MonCAy Castle 6f9&nil

I'r.; iatr.uetc.,825 rater in! tair: Goods W. Uoveraaient Hats. Toilet condition hearin: will be destroyedforever : j Ship I In the RionntWettoi. 4l I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY

nine cases out of Mi are > P JllllldDg. tbm! floor.leltln
; wn nos s. I'ttuM-'ox SIKEF.T. brethren eord' ii
. caved by catarrh, which i is uothinff! St r welcomed
.
.
.
"l l l..r 1.'tllu'r..I.ruK
'inflamed condition of the .A.GENOV H A LtaCl
but an Wfl IS KEY
I.i lo'U loK.\U-; ; I H. HOR4LER
'
i tnucoiK surface KEVERR COPPER COMPANY JOHN A. ROKBLrNO'S HONH CU. R.R.6KSeasonable -

> inbouqneuortpectaldt'elg'ii'te Moreno Si's Hen UrtnorTtdli I We will give One Hundred Dollars GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. BUSHEL A SON'S PUMPS. I __ _.___ Do" leant xcO !'t .. I
'! i for any l'l" of Deafne-s: caused by i.orW

1 catarrh ) that cannot be cureu by Cum tcrdiii his!!, Cii? Sntic:! iittrsimt! Chris, Idlers, Iktlitcoyp i I household r any. rI

t l f t'l.l)1VL'ItriI .. _. i Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars I II ;
i !svsf7os .
> FTC ]
and kitchen utensils theI
at
I WEKS and Floral teetgnea frefl.l .
S u'-igns ordered for cutomreiu I ; Toledo 0 McKenjle Oertin; lleetng; Agent for Bir Pilots' Benevolent! Aaeo
F. J. CHENEY Co..
Mort-co. it's West tirrgory. elation Willis Hardware Co.'s. au' \by Daater< tlros.I .
r' Sold .
:!adm l by Drujrjriits. I I



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I DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 1902

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FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY. '-

All are cordially invited to attend BAY EXCURSION I

; ; SEAT CHURCHES 1 these! services.! REGAIN HEALTH.Durirg NEXT SUNDAY ,!

d I .I iN.N1.NNN1.N.0.tiN.f i I Lutheran. the past fifty years hundreds .NEARI. NG THE END. .. .
German Lutheran Church, J. F. I of sickly people have been re-
Catholic. Pastor-German service stortd to health bv the u-e of Hos The steamer Enterprise will take is our great and most
W. Reinhardt, I
.
St. Miehael's-Order of divine teller's Stomach Bitter, aud it will excursionists to the Life Saving successfuland
g at 10:30: a. m ; English serviceat I do the same for you to-day. TRY A I Station Sunday, leavingPahfox
:p service for the summer: First ma-s: I wharf at 2:30 m. Suif bathing
7:30 p. m. ,, KITTLE. It will he enough to convince p.
6:30: a m. ; last mu's and -eruiou, y..u of its; wonderful value as! a 'and refreshments on the beach.
61 Christian Sci"iife. I for :M; cent Odd End
u 1 'J:3' a. in. Evening devotions, cure DIZZINESS, INDIGESTION Tickets, SaleSo
alt i p.m. ,. Services at202West.I : Gregory street j DYSPEI'5Llo STII'ATlOX AND J. E. REED .
GENERAL WEAn: ESS. The genuine Manager.i
{ ; St. Joseph's, Rev. Robert Fuller- at 11 a. m. All interested are invitedto j has our Private Stamp: on the neckof --- ---- if you wish to take advantage of

t ;: ton, 1'.15tor-J'It ma->*, C:3ua. m.; attend. the bottle.HOSTETTER'S. L 1 fl i For the next the extraordinary values nil"red
] Al feSt t m 60 Jaysfurfll -
(
L t high ma-", 9:30; a. m.; benediction, Salvation AIIII)', i Vl'Ot, niture at O. : YOU MUST IIUSTLi:.

4 1t 7:30 p. m. Everyone is cordially invited to I M. Pryor's to make room for new !,

; 1I'i: !iClllla I. attend the meetings at the Barracks stock. __ -
i STOMACH BITTER I
Christ Church: -Services by the I on DeReachestreet. Holiness! meet. i The finest line of umbrella in the Ii i LADIES'

> # ; rector, Rev. P. H. Whaley, at 7:30I: ing Sunday at 11 a. m.; Junior class ._ city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go lookat $3.00
I Try the NEWS Want Column. them.
and 11 a. m. and 5 p. m. meeting at 2 p. m. Salvation meetings Oxfords; Pat Leather,

i' St. Kitherine's Church cornE.'rCervantes every nizht: at 8 o'clock in the :
'I $2.11.
1 I Co"{
and Sixth avenue Rev. I Barracks; open airs at 7 p. m. Capt.

J. R. Bicknell, Priest in Charge |i!! Callie Holder, Lieut. Kellar Cadet i LADIES'

a 1 k, Services at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. II McAlpin: : officers in charge. I ..roE'andal

s i-- St. Mary's Mission (colored), Rev Gospel leellnlI.I I' Fall *, 2-Batton,
) J. R. Bickuell, Priest in Charge- I Announcement $1.89.
There will be preaching this after-
,t Sunday school at :3 p. m.; service at i I
noon at 5:30 at the plaza. All are
t 1 '' 4 p. HI. at the chapel, corner of Jackson : welcome. o-IIY-o MEN'S

. ; ii and R street j flOO
;
i I At the Mi-sion on West Government -

vet a 'I lli utiht K|> .."-"-|>al Church SoulliIl I Street-Preaching Sunday at LOUIS FRIEDMAN & CO.V1 Southern Ties and C,H._.'''e--

r! i' r x is ,i, ed'sChapolPreachingat3p.mgtjg I11 t a. m.; Bible reading at ;! p. m. ; '] $247. 5tux

+' by Rev. W.
Gadsden street Church. Rev. W. : la the good work for Ond. JamePriuter. .
{ : nee nitKeren ing one of the I'rottH'st a>
(i. Vreeland l..torrvice": at 11 '
etch is OIK of the lost I.I -to-Iata' loll : '
} t ,t m. and S p. m. !Sunday -=cl>oolat 'UHxrr IViivtcul.i.We .
Moi
to
# t Sealllpl's rnettil SIt.'It'II ) brought 1
!\I:30: a. in., A. H.D'Altmbmp, '- i
1 The S ampn' FripndilWit'I will
; ;
Epwortti League ate : have rei'Hvcd Laic A- oitnient nf Striped '
-lqerilltf'nI1ellt; jti't a ---- -- -- --- -
hold! religious service, at :i:.111 p. m. French Flauuels, the Litt-t 'riniiir for Wa-tius-
Mr.
Ff ; \p m., Cade Sluckclford j pre..i '
t : i) : ; d"-ut. Lidie-.' Aid :hjciety will meet Sunday in their readiu rjom mi 15, 20, 50 and 75c yard. MEYER SHOE CO. 1,
South Palafox street in the Corner .
at the church Monday at 4 p. m.
N I building north of the Scuudinivuui IFeet
PalaMx Street Church, Rf-v. J. M. Gimrhavn for School! Dr.- N, 1O, l.i and liOr yard
p i church. Seamen and citizen all FuriiMiers for Ca>Ii Onlf.
' Q 'i DaunellyPastor-Serviceatll: a.m.
t : denominations are invited. H. C. Our line of Hanuelete" are the very beet at 1
; : ; and 7 30 p. m., by the pastor. Sunday 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.r .
3'F r school at :'J:30a m, J. N. Andrew I Cu-hman, secretary: S, 10, 12i and 15c yard. .. -._

4t1 r ,; .V1 *, superintendent. Up worth I I Saints Meeting.

- 'i b League at 4:30 p.m.V.U.. Goodman, ,, Latter DolHaint3. will hold services Five Thousands Yards Embroideries go on Sale Monday at HEY !

4 1 ri president. The Woman' Home :Missionary at 7:30:: p. m. tomorrow at 5 8 and lOc yard.

r' Society meets ;Monday at 4 i; faints' Hall, S o. 52s; "Ca=.t Chase Worth Double. You remember I told you about all the New Goods on tl., \\ ,

p.m., Mrs. J. )[. Dannelly pre5ideut.U"IHi'll. street. All invited.-. 9 1 WELL ,1

4n, a ? 52s s s2s2s2 'asI A VISIT TO OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENTwill J

Firt Baptist Church-ervice5: at II It's here, and ready for INSPECTION: and PURCHA !. -
a, 11 a. in. and ';:31) p. m. by the pastor, ts l convince you that we have one of the Swellest Lines of Have we cot Swell Goods Well what a question. Of cour-' "\
4 I SOCIETY EVKNTS Heady-to.\\'ear Hats ever brought to Pensacola. Prices All in the gentleman's line, and it will make you 1 I.., k "
li t Rev F. Jone The unming; subject
r :. ;.) are always right. to date even if you don't feel that way.
-I), .; will be on the death: of President 1'I

t; :McKinley and the great: [point AND PERSONALS : Yours Anxious to Please, CLOTHING.

of his character. Sunday: school at ,.

{ 90: a. in., E. I). P.aggsuperm- m Louis Friedman & Co. The GARSON MEYER CO'S, a line that for manufacture pi i
c ; teudent. A cordial invitation extended '', k9-.9..5252S'2.52-.t2525' '.5252.i, will satisfy the most fasndiou=, and I don't top at the cloth .
# t J know the J. & M. MIOPS' and Jno. B. !Stetm Hats! don't take i
i to all to attend tl.e-e: ser Born Sept. 11, to ;.I r. and Mrs. for anyone, and have yon ever lie.srd a complaint against th- .I ,

vices. John Eagiu, a ;sou. mv American Hosiery Co's l'nd..rwPiI''ell.. I Rues not, and i iI >
t -- d .U V U V ) 1) Did you: Neckwear, Collar and CulT-? You bet I I i\ ,
ei: ? ) 7 1're-nytetian. The Misses. GrilHu will reol'olltheir every description. Ju=t drop in or fill in and you will hI' 5 I'"n 1tLted 1-
Jl ,.I 1 '' ;t Firt Presbyterian Church, Rev.I. I i dancing school at I St. Jo"eph'r $ up to a Jaeen's taste. Your* for Men's Furni-lni_-

l IK (I.inn It. Walkf-r, P:1stor-"trvicfs': hall Monday nignt.;

:: {'H at 11 a m. and S p.so., by the pastor.: JOE COLEMAN'S.F ,
Mr. Wra. Johnson and wife re-

t i Suuday school as uuil.Clmtian. !I turuedfthis morning from a delightful Sl'JMIUTII) lMIi\K\ "- I I
I m [ .tnmmn FUflNITURE[ CO.FURNITURE ij.1
i .; T 1 trip to northern cities.

;ill, .. t Central Christian Charrh No. 10ra Arthur Brown of Bagdad who

; ;. : t Romaaa: :-3tnet-Junior Chris- i i spent a short while in Peusucula, re- R. POU &
.
. 'tt ./ !t, i tun Endeavor at 'J\ a. ci.; Sunday turned home on the !belated train .;

.J f r 4 If at II a. m. : I'I II 'II I SALE !I o : : : :
j I I Mi-s Cora Goldstnker has returned'fronn cooland STALLSPEN

lrrr L : 1 i 1.1.i\C".li..t. a pleasant visit to Jacksonvilleand 1 ;
'. i i" now the of Mrs Alex. < --
I First UuiversalU't Church Ki-t guest Having purchased the I buine of cambia Furniture t

i. ", J: ti t.; Chase: Street, Rev Mrs. Atluliu J. Jacobs at Tallahassee. the Furniture Stock of W. J. & B. Forbes, we are offering POU & GINGLES, Managers. !

I ';. I Irwin Pastor-Services at 11 a. Ill.. Little Gladys Stearns the 5-year-1 I r Special Inducements to quick buyers.

; ',.: ; text, "Whosoever hateth his brother old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred ";'1'1:.'..".

. t : ,': f is a murderer, and ye know that no ,: :Steam, ha recovered from au illness BARGAINS FOR THE WEEK. v \Jfjj

4'' I murderer hath eternal: life abiding of forty days with typhoid fever.

lk : ; in him," and b p. in., text "We inu-t IM" Cane Seat Dining Chairs, regular $1,3)) vaile.. .. . Tic R. POU *" < &
Dr. Samuel Koch, the new Jewish F ,
:. rough much tribult'lnn enter into' 100 Willow Rockers at '! price.
rabbi, arrived from Mobile last night J
.
' "
t : J i. .e Kingdom of O"d. bv the 1':1- and took a suit" of rooms which had e Heg-lllar$3.00 Rocker, this sale. .. .. ... .... .... . .. .S200 4 .< .< FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER

>r. ruudaychool at :.I'.:30 a. in ; been prepared for him at Hotel! .t ,,- Regular H-UO Willow Rocker, this: sale. ... .. . .... . ..$300 l li a
1 d f y P. C. I'at 7; p. m. Prayer rit-et- 17 .W it lutendencia Street. Often Phone 31. Residence 1'
I : .: '". tug; every Thursday evpninj\; at 7-'W. cambia. i 50 Carpet Remnants, worth fl.:!;), this sale..,. .... . .', 70s:

l --. Hon. and Mrs. W. A. Blount left 50 Fine Moquette Rug, worth $2.00: this sale. .... . . .$100 1 '
I The man who own hiw
j ; LIl L.I I'I )VIi'iCil.;. : today for Baltimore. They were accompanied Side Hoards, $9 OU up. Hall Racks: $i.1I0 up. CLOTHING AT insures himself' a<;all'-' ;
.;, by Freddie mount and t trouble and worry. N''l h
r Bed It-join Suites! $1500; I up. LESS THAN COST
-1 raise his and the V ;
1 George Brent, who will enter St. rent n r 11
"\1'1''iillH'\: Clian Ptlll.l\n'Nlif( no terrors for him. It'-- ,
!t., .t Mary's school at Emexburg, Md. Iron Huluud Springs a Specialty. Elegant hue just -ceiv<-d. ; .
rtiin.:i drift int'"' our li\v<;; in a cariout H2inuinar Thursday: I will offer a bouTi nowadayTho1, C,
},1 If i ,, j-1 NJA man was vi-itii'g' the Miss arah .Appleyard who, has r Agents for Celebrated White Machines. for :ale at' 200) :South: Palafox street i j Watson & Co. can teneay !,i ';
a Sewing J.'i.txiO, worth of Clothing, r-hoes It iCall: and see tI i
t '4 -fdhoie while au l-ivilij and nee been visiting her sister, MrEil!- .
what -- -
:\1"0' Furnishings etc. at just
,1' day a little empty! drape-Nut- >x w itrd Fitzgerald; hE.'rf'lcft tin- morning they will bring. Greatest bargainsever Pjny-Kalnam Stop the Tit I .
,. iloatf to him flue fo'td lict- bet for her home at Lake City. Mrs. S V
; Give Us a Call; We Will Save You MonO offered here. a.d owclJy as l l.id IroflAnmu..jl/t.1/1 Cs'' .
3s' I' ; :learned: eh:it t'd t.1wlo/ life-but Fitzgerald and her little lIlU lltHH'coll1p'lr1i.d } F. E. BRA WSEn.
1 yr let him tell tin;; .
tory."Tiif -
: : her. They will spend : $ S "
: t d.letoNaid it Wa,acute in. For a bad taste iu the mouth take
dige lItln 111' gastritis. 1 11..1" was -onie time at Lake City and on the Chamberlain's Stomach aud Liver //Iff/! (\\ff. "

1 + : really uothu.:,: t'at! I could eat and Eat Coat.Father Tablets. For !sale by all druggistsand ;:
enjoy, .ii'd when one &uunt enjoy
dealer
medicine
it r '. :1. his ideal, he maI.; well be dead.I J. I'. McCallerty arrived m Green --- .-
There wa a these when I could eat Pensacola: yesterday afternoon afteran Watson & Co. Furniture,

',, ?; and dup-t au\hnu.{, but two yp.ir ab-ence of nearly a month, during II I i f Vu t go
I';: ;'rf'\'IUu" tll la-t ;'[llII)':, I'J" in a which time he visited large 1 OA !! to P NICK'S AA
i tr' wretchtdtate.. I tried everyihuiu d:. II.\I.LIH.\Y ,VL CO'S OLD STAND. _. ._ YOH'H'IGrass
1 I heaid of! took all kind of uiedi- cities of the North and West. ,
'j ; t cine, aliiiti-t' u 'U I1 t"> lint a ship Father McCatlerty had an enjoyable o_=-- _-----=--=-=_. -=_'_-== ::::.= -:-=-= =-=.0 Shearsthat will cut I ATAgN .

5 but with no l i-iiug pui j-o-p. vacation and came !back full of close at the Willis Hardware -

,1' and la! w-ap'iiu.'Mit to:Atl. I untie had to City.cive Outd up work,y stories of his trip all of which he ;sit Rlm u !h M d1 ni Mif! Co's. nB rn"r

'i. & while ftii'llini along; the beach I impart to his many admirers here 1 .. -- AA :
t. ; noticed a box bi'iuj': tn-"d abmt on with thatpirit of original geniality
t the breakeruiul tidally thrown
; i i3 the s.Uid. 1 sat down on the and upon pne5ed.by. him.-. OPERAHOUSEMQNDAY II!{
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iq : a and looked at it idly at tint but after Poitive1y Everything in Snort Lengths Must t Go .----_,'_, ___- III?
reading: few urd- on the b.>x, i.,it WILL WED IN -
i1. i interested. It told how Grape.Nut SEPTEMBER 15. DAILY MENUS :

!; food was prepared: and all Its good. New Goods are Pouring in, The Annex to our store is not yet com-
qualities, and I made up my mind NEW YORK Comprise all tl>. I q '
s MONDAY pletfd. Space is getting to be an object and we must have room.C011E .
4 then and there that I would '
it. .
try ;; MISSGOPPie'E. Date Dishes tI." )r : 11III
,
j ;.{. I hive not taken a drop of medicine ,
ketsof the W"f,1 t
"f EARLY AND GET SELECTION. q
let w .i from that day to this but u-ed
MiMarie Barker will wed Dr. J. AfI l'd. A.
'i : about a half i acka::e of Grape-Nut ,
eacn day for two mouths. Thtn I F. Donnelly of Philadelphia: in New With Cold Weather and School Diys approaching: you surely want Rouse .. ,
= 1' gradually: began/< eating meat and i Dresses, Sacques, Etc., for the children. <<.
g vegetable and fruit, and now I can: York, Monday morning next at Ho- -

eat' anything I care to without! it tel Endicott. The couple will make I II Remnants of Outing. Remnants of Canton Flannel. Remnants of Ladies' Private a
distressing, ; me, but I still cling toGmpeuts I Dixie Whistler
i food a* I am fnd of it : their future home in Philadelphia?! White and Red Flannel. Remnants! of Dress Goods. Remnants of Calico. Dining Parlor., et
in vmou* and : Remnants of Ginghams. All from one-half to four yard lengths. Some
;* prepared ways never where Dr. Donnelly has a large I ASSISTED BY *
irt3 ; }. t a day pa* t ,y:. ; some form. practice and is quite comfortably !: Mrs Emma Gertrude( Pollard, Soprano: 't ,

cu After the first two months of using fixed financially. To close out the Short Lengths of Embroideries Insertions i ;
Beadings
a + Grape-Nuts, I weighed myself every I :( Mitt Rii( e AccoIDPanist; Regular Dinner Daily.
i / 15 ( ays, and found I gained: from Miss Barker i is a daughter of :Mr. and Edges they will be 5c I a;.
yard 30c
per or -
i '
three to five pounds each time. I
ALSO a.
E. B. Barker,city editor of the Press, ;
f have been working every day since for I Short Order Prompt! &
6-yard
and can say I never felt better. aud made mauy friends iu Pensacola j pieces. : Cornet Solo IT Prof. E. 01' Chaffers *LIt
Filled Night or Day
I Nuts, I
Thanks! to Orape- now have '
4 I' 1 I during her visit to her father: here a': THEY ARE WORTH 15 AND 20s Yard. .
j V t t an appetite like a billy goat and am ;
t4 t $ no more troubled with a bad stoma i, few weeks ago. She i is a lady: of great''' Violin Solo IT 1 Miss! Lillian Jacob?. A,
h. 10 pieces! Worsted Materials, assorted colors and qualities (slightly If* Something Good -o hai |
ti SFr't I wish I could talk with everyone ( personal beauty and accomplish1 damaged) to go QUICK at 5, 10 aud 15c yard. Prices: 25, 50 and 75c. you wish,you'll fini H at g

tli) 'troubled as! I was. I know a good meuts, and her friends will rejoice
., a ;' many people say: 'Oh I've tried i i to know of her good fortune. I : Seats on Sale at Coe's. Nick Apostle'sPopular III( '
everything. I am tired of trying,'
etc., but 1 say, 'Don't give up until | Editor Barker was notified of the J JI GREEN WATSON & CO. -- Restaurant. 5THE ?..
'V V you try Grape-Nuts rood and your i coming happy event in a letter from i i The best for the .
will not regret it.'. Nameeivenby his daughter thi morning, and is''! 6 I a 1t I II1pcps price ever sold here. \" "

a ? Possum Cu., Battle Creek, Slich. | quite happy over the good news. j Telephone 193. O. M. Pryor Fur. J IJIIJ IJ 11rrf"l \ .:
I \
t i niture Store. ) v \I .) ft \) ,

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