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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 16, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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VOL. 38. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY AFTERNOON SEPTEMBER 16. 1902 NO 2

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OYSTER BAY SCENE I BIG MERGER i AWARDED : PANIC I I



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SOUTHERN COAST LINE AND WILLIAM E. BOYD WINS BID ;: -- 1 t '


Roosevelt Tenders LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE I i DAMAGE SUIT IN SOUTH j of Suddenly ; J
IV.sident; Big Temporary Steps Synagogue =

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Reception. I II -- Gave Way. II

Special to TLu Dally News: Special to The Daily News.
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.- -.- Wilmington! N C.. Sept.) 13.; -There Oolu I.ba.! S. ( ', Sept 13.; 'The far- -- }

ie tresh talk of a merger of the j
!luily News. 1 II j jI est verdict ever given by a South I I
to The News
Special Daily :
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I II Candida j'lrj was ruidered in Camden -
I di-pt. I;;.-..O>.ti'r the Louibille! and Nashville under the !
i TWO OLD MEN Friday. The ta-e was that ofVHam St. Paul S.'j-i. 13.; -WhiK thing peo BIG STRIKE
the Atlantic
v Uuutiuris and Connwtic-ut charter of E. Bojd vs. the Seaboard Air into the
pie were struggling to get
,::.,s anil liou _. Cost Line.Persons. I ire Railway cumi/aay tor $;0KM( ,
new Sous of Zion ajnagoguo to witness I ,
.:. ',rs aie on e\e/> IN FIERCE FIGHTSpecial In a position to know the for injuries leceived.Boyd the dedicatory exercises: temporary AT TAMPA
facts state that such a merger will I
ii. U'J with powtl i was a section foreman. Whileon steps leading to the entrance
take plata in the near future, and thi --
hlndar with several section
The occasion tort a and COO; peoplefell .
suddenly gave way
story has been printed here as if gU- ham's a box car loaded with crosaties. Special to The Daily News.
in Men and women
I reception which to The Daily News. a heap.
out authoritatively.
en hating gotten out of control of the of the Tampa. Pia., Sept. The cigars
screamed and to out
a is: to tender<< tout Cuiiui! !>u:>, (it.. ''tilt.; 10.; -Hob Tom It i is understood that the general fought get
men who were loading; It, rushed down I ef makers In the Scldenberg company'
af.1 and It was only by a great
county this lltidboii and! Ike :Sm.th.; twohita plan of the Northern Securities com mass
the track overtook the hand car fort that aveitcd. The factory here, which is a branch of iS4
i ;.ji-k to ti o'clock ature men, about to; yeas of age fnga!!;fl any will be followed, and that tho a panic was :
and killed: two of the hands. I'/oyd was
led American Cigar walked oul
which the company

.. dill.delighUU1. in fight Saturday night ponce platoon procession I
: a desperate merger will be completed as soon as He lovl
badly injured. sued; the : to the church broke ranks and on a strike Saturday: afternoon. A t\ j
and tin at midnight at the corner of Broad anl the legal objections to that compora-
for $20,000: damages actual dausa- rushed into the crowd, preventing; committee was sent to the manage !j |
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< oiuiuittees having; I'ourtcenth streets. tion as dissolved.All .
and $10.000 punitive damages. Tho frantic and children from ment of the factory, but they did not i
men women
i I estimate that IS.ie .- They had been drinking heavily an I the head officials of the CoastLine jury brought In a verdict for $2 .OO'O. !
crushing one another in the scrambleto succeed in making a settlement. II
.' h* re. Special! became involved in a dispute over system have been in New York
? Counsel for the railroad for
argued get out. When quiet had been is believed that the strike will be ol {
from Hempstead some inattt Hudson struck Smith for the past week in conference with
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a new or restored it found for a few some duration, and if not settled in a i
was except
i i. k.iway; : and Freeport and the latter sunk his knife in Hud Harry Walters, the vice president of said ha' '
veridct. Dantzler
tae Judge !
who were bruised and cut, none has few days the men threaten to call oul | \
..1141- number of yacht? son's neck just behind[ the ear, cutting the system Mr. Walters Is said tJ was convinced the verdict was excea been fatally injured. the cigar makers from the othl 1 ,

", ..! to bring down part a deep gash nearly 4 inches lung. It be the largest holder of Coast Line sire and reduced It to 10000. Attorneys Mrs Isaac Ooldstimme was badly branches of the American c.gar company

.iilv and vicinity. One was feared at first that Hudson hal stock and was the chief figure in the for asked that the
the plaintiff bruised about the body awl face. ; about 4M( > men are now outTheir t
.!yu and three from been fatally woiinui-d, as the wound deal by which the Coast Line securedthe verdict stand as rendered, but if tb.3 Lima Kosenblum a 10-year-old girl, demands are for better material

.1! play on the lawn was a ely dangerous one and blp.l lines of the Plant system.It jux'se concluded! to reduce it, not to caught in the crash and was badly the distribution ,of wrapper pads.
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"on. r-.ofusely. The city physician finally is believed confidently among ra.! I.
make it less than $15.flUO. bruised. as soon as the cigarmaker is out ol l
I". its all have been succeeded In stitching it and stopple;: roa.l men here that the proceedings of .
the replacing of the piec
Sam Keisn, a 9' -old boy hal wrappers
jii-l.lng! the crowd 0,1 the Mow of blood, however, and it i i3 the conference will be given out hr''i year
In the and the appoint.meet
factory
his foot crushed between the break scale :
The president \s irI'OI'S : though that Hudson will recover althxniKh 'I the next f''a days, and that important 'I Ith. FIERCE WILD MAN mg timbers I of a permanentommitte to como

; '! on the ror'h he is: dangerously! hurt. Smith: announc'Hm-i.ts will be made on
Several! others received cuts an3oruls.'s pare the dear made on the plec
they shake hand surrindere'l quietly! to the police. .' rftnrn nf the high officials from
,15 has refuses
CAPTURED another minor injuries. scale.: The um.agement: I
..i to tat rear n :\' w1'1,, These who have retnrneiw ,
pass all these demand!
fcx i.ator 1-; Clapp. Robert :
Mos's mayor
.! riithiiiK to what doneat I
.- iach will be tea ; a- was
: VETS A. Smith Congressman F C. Ste- '
ALABAMA
c.f lemonail1. T.r: the conference.
I I vrns and several prominent rabbis of ; t
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: uned by the vUitoisMrs. bprcial:! UThe New* LONE BANDIT
the church, had just stepped' off the .
Charlotte N. C.. Sept. -13-\ win! j
Roo.if\elt wi.l: ''I I
AIDED BY NORTHSpecial A 1 steps to the portal when the crash
', nt of the time anJiptlon. man has created considerable esc'teluent j L
..; SAMOANPOCAHONTAS at Fort Mill, 17 miles from: I cams: and so escaped injury. They ROBS TRAIN 1
I were the flirt to help those
,', < :id'il to dispense with I' Charlotte. He was found on the out: among f}
who had been raukht in the falling
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to I"rtof the
ur, ,'. 110 one will he al- I / ; town early Friday: morning i

n.il talk with the preaiii :>'{:JIllgolU,>ry. Ala., Sept. 13.-The recent in a perfectly nude conditioiL. Ha timbers: aphelptJ to store order Special to The Daily News: t

-" i:<: line starts It will b'! action of Louisiana camp of tha to The Daily News.laic had been wandering about the past in the frightened crowd Charlesto'n.'S. C, Sept !.",.-Traia I

.\ UK Ks'ra precautions haveu Army of Tenne-sep in declining help Special week in the neighborhood of Fort Mill No. ::3: of the Atlantic Coast Line t I
from the north for the Confederate iimoiul Va", St pt, 10.--E; :M. Tty and bad created considerableexcite
tn guard asaE; *>t troubllimn -?. RIOT OCCURS due here at 11:13; o'clock Saturday !

"n.. of Nassau county has home Mountain Creek Ala., finds lor. a well krnui :Manchester man ment in the entire surroundings. He night, was held air about 73; miles from I I

'i :-:on i npwial deputy slieriffa, no response anions the veterans hero.Kvery whose fi.ears ab.sence from horn-1 was found to be In a deranged condition here. I ;

heard from that General without explanation! led his family -.0 and he is noIn AT PRESIDIO l f
i.'ilulnn! to this! a large rumHI one agrees ''I a hospital at Soon after the train left: Lanes fl

sorvii i, i- nn-n are hereta'ier. Torrance is entitled to the gratitude mourn him as lost has just returne Rock! Hill. His name is Dave Wade, young white man entered the express

> '! :,' ri* the porch. : of the conf (Il'ratl"E'tHans for and tells a thrilling story of threeyrars' I and he has served several terms !In -- car, blindfolded the messenger, G. 0 I

bis appeal for the home. Contribu- imprisonment by cannibals ii: the South Carolina: \ penitentiary, his : Lewis and robbed him of about $161) j
Special to The Dally News:
tlous! iu repulse to General Torrance's one of the Samoan islands. That last crime being that of house burn In cash and then robbed the car ol

RELIGION DROVE appeal are coming already and are :Mr. Taylor es a-wl! death is mirage ing. II San Francisco, Sepi! 15-There was several packages of jewelry and other '

cu'etully:! received. Ions as several of his companions:' a lively riot last night at the entrance
I articles. lie did not try to tamper
The I local camps are proposing a Instantly slain upon rapture. to the I'nsidio reservation.
THEM MAD I with the safe.1'hcn the train got
joint: n.pctiim at an early date for the His escape is due to the fart tl.atone :i FARMERS AND Police! Lieutenant Kelly with seven to Charleston the robber jumped ort

of the chiefs! dUlghters-Yaho'v : patrolmen raided the saloon' of Press !
purpose ol taking such action as will with his booty Mi-sseneer Lewis shot '
by name-became enamored of him, I Anderson and arrested 33 soldiers aid
show their appiti iation to GeneM]
!I INDIANS FIGHT at the man aa he l left the train. !
: l truly: News. and! as in the case of John Smith. la ten civilians who
Tor I'lIn (; and other! friends at the were playing IIf.r'l The matter Is in the hands of the t

bept. jr.;-To tin- toilu. rcivlod for his life and was granted I ctntage poker. Anderson was : express i-ompany and detectives. The

:It one AMlum in this 11 I<> loon by her fath'l'rr.. Tayl.tr. ea a license recently lint has been
ini !In the
crew :ling messenger, coivtmupil I I
i.nil!) has ln>ei bniMtuitile. however was imprisoned for throe Special: to The dew. running his place in defiance of til" i > iitliWOODY ,.
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: Wise countwhere PHILIPPINES Far. finally ps'al'lnatI1:: swimniina Ileruiosillo. :Mexlto! Sept 15.-Th' law. While the police were makingthe --- 1 i

i in !ramp insane: while atiipwwting. 2 miles reached a tramp oyster sloop .i military authontus i hue have lecetv- arrests a crowd of soldiers! gathered { !

The hen CUSTOM REVENUE bound for Honolulu. !Ii rod word of a desperate( battle betweena and assailed them with sticks HELD I f

W. W. Romans ag-,l hand of :SO Yaqui In liars! and a stones and brickbats. The polio' .

I' <.-, are all violently In I arty of Mexii an farmers near Toma wielded their clubs vigoroiis.lv. tint
ASSAULTt
JUSTICE HORACE tol FOR
I with little effcit, and wore finally ,
\al here they nre wild Special to The Daily News. Th.> Indians were on a foraging e.vpelition. forced to fire into the uniformed mob. 1

"t i< !matlons. It Is TP.i Washington. Sept. 13;.- The bureau GRAY DEAD and were attempting to drive So far as known however no one wai

of insular affairs of the lIT lot of cattle when number olarmors
:. three other persons war department I ( a a hit. Special to The Daily News.'inenild,1 .

the same manner at has prepared for publication a 'I ( of the locality banded totethr ; I
HI While "
the rioting was at its height ,o'N. C:, Sept "I 1, -J. W.
Suiterlntendont J. S comparative statement showing the and attacked them. Six Indian:
an alarm was sounded at the Presidio Woody ( hatgf'l 1 with a. ->auliing FUN
,. "' i-vluin.. has had no no customs revenues in the Philippic Special to The Dally News. I wopkilled: and four captured. Twoof j
and three companies of infantry an,1one
pace Hanty, was given: a preliminary .
: them. Dr. Turner archipelago for the fiscal year ending; I.'nnlas", : St pt. 15.-Justice Haraco : the farmers were wounded. '
I cavalry were sent to the scene.They hearing Saturday Only one witness, |
: the first instance In June :SO, 1!III:, {'omp1rell"Itll 19711) Gra'ho retired from the United ,
succeeded in driving the most of the Haney girl, was put on the stand. |
Tat! entire family !!>("'> and 11M. expressed In United States supreme bench last sprint,
an i CHARGED WITH\ the riotous soldie.s! )back into the reservation She told a well connected rtory. She j :
> :II M ntcd fioin the same: States currency. The statement sho..stha.t died: at his residence: in Nahant, this but not without (considerable was closely qllPstionf.ani l rross-- I I j
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". for the fiscal ending June morning from paralysis. He had well
.o.rONAL year I 1 trouble the men not being; disposed amined on all the details of the occur I
.. 3", 1f i o:2, the customs revenues were In poor health for some tlmo. Since hi, GIRL'S MURDER
to yield! even to superior force. For r-nce and her testimony was heard
?s:4::! $,777: for ll-ol.'! $:3.m5.734: ; ; for retirement he had been staying at his I f
|I a time it looked as though a fatal by several hundred men, who stood
: PRISON ISOti.! $:;,73:1.: ... and f.i. 1S99. J3.097Sst. ,- summer: home
conflict inevitable, but order
I j was was up and craned their necks to hear her
Judge Gray was born In Boston.
Special to The Daily News. j finally restored. The 33 prisoners word! Woody was remanded to jail
March 2l. 1S2R. and was graduated ,
CONGRESS from Harvard college In the class clIS wolurnbus, Oa.:, Stt.'lShedd! i; were taken in patrol wagons to the the trial justice reserving his decision

CARR TO ENTER 13, and from the law school in 1843.He Milt Cooper, of Hjuoiua:
-- was admitted to the bar in 1S31.: was m Columbus yesterday, en- j.

Daily News. SENATE RACE lie was reporter of the supreme jay route home from Birmingham when THROAT PANIC IN THEATRE;

'. Sept. 13.; -Niimerwvre d.Jal court of Massachusetts from he went to get Columbus Coleman! : ,

alias Tom :Sparks:: a negro wanted !u I
1S34; until 18S1. Ha was appointe
made at today =
rational prison coaitiiimg associate J-istice of that court in 1S64 Houston county for the murder of a WITH RAZORI : SEVEN PERSONS KILLED
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them was that Special, to The.Dally News. and chief justice in 1S73. President; little negro girl 12: years ago. Tin

Baucher.. of the state Raleigh N. C., Sept. 15; ,-It Is now Arthur commissioned him as associate officers had given u;) all hop of ever --

n"' \\".''rth Dak., and presi"onal an unquestioned fact that Julian S justice supremo court of the United : finding th<' negro, but recently he wa? I Special to The Dally News.

:\ : Prison assocla- Carr will I* a candidate for the Un-ted States December 19. 1SS1. located in Birmingham and arrested II HI eslai to The Sews, 11 N"-w York S-r/t IS.-Th audience

speakers during thi State- senate! It was paid In H\')-). I Sheriff Cooper Is the man who hung: Aa.! Stp't.; : 13,-John at otf of the theaters Malagali: has ,

.. wore Dr. N. T. Gilt after F. M. Simmons had defeated 'A Certain Cure fur Djsentery and Tom Woolfolk. Kaiipp. superintt-nd-nt! of a large lumb been thrown into an uproar by a gendarme -

the! central prison at him at the primaries, that Carr woud Diarrhoea. j I ; r plant, saw and planing mill at Juniak who drew his revolver anl ..

..l.'hMe topic wU be heard from in 152. He has kept "Some years ago I was one of a For Over Sixty; Years. committed suicide: at his residence fired indiscriminately, says a MadrtJfiispitch

;):IIULand, D.V.. Bus- very quiet but his closest frlezda say party that Intended making a lon ? bias WI 8LOW'S KOOTHISS SYBCF hes by cutting his throat from ear to The New York AnwriciB.Sevon .

a of the eastern he will ba in th. race. bicycle trip," says F. L Taylor, of been used for over Bitty years by milllonsol to ear with a razor yesterday morn- persons were killed outright! :.
penUpn.-
[ mothers for their children while teething in .
p\.1 *
< New Albany, Bradford county and nine were Injured. The gendarme
tty. who th<
spoke on i with perfect success. soothes the child,
with diarr He had teen suffering for some time shot; by tw police, as he refuses
Convict "I was taken suddenly was
an I the CrimRnssinger's softens the gums.allays all pain care wind "
TilE SANTA UOSA and Is the belt remedy for Diarrhoea with epileptic convulsion and it 13 to surrender
colic
topic was rlls- hoea, and was about to give up the :: .'
SUUF BATHING ESTABLISHMENT trip when Editor Ward, of the It will relieve the poor little sufferer Im thought that It was during one ol ; 1.. '.
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delegates, ttt debate mediately. Bold by Druggist; In every cart
that : of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle these attacks he took his life.
.t'!! Laceyville.Mcssen.7trsuggested: I :
the noon recess. Bathing in the warm gulf waters i3 Be sure you ask forM rs.Wlnslow's Booth- A short time before he killed himself JEWELER IN HIS
finest in the I take a dose of Chamberlain's Colic, :I Ing Syrup, and take no other kInd .
conceeded to be the I''I the plant of which h was superintendent ,
and Diarrhoea Remedy.
:ri-at virtue of Burnett's world. Every thing pleasure with Cholera at almost cost for the was totally destroyed by fire,

:t i> purity. It is rea safety. Good board and lodging, by purchased a bottle and took two F UrOl't ure next 60 days to make and It 13 presumed that the convulsion HEW STAND .
, before starting and one on room for new stock.
doses, one
by wcttemeat
brought
r. -t and nothing but va- the day or week. Luncheon prompt. I' 0. M. was on
the route. I made the trip success Pryor. owned by F. II.Kanpp '
,, '. The plant was
: : Always use fiur- ly served at all hours, day or night. I have moved my jewelry store to
fully and never felt any ill effect. Fleischman'a Compressed Yeast, a brother o! the dead man
CHARLES H. BHRTOX 120 South Pal fox, formerly occupied
. ---- Manager.C.A.STORXA. Again last summer I was almost fresh daily and on ice, at the West and was one of the largest la the state.
2m-tf by Bass' & Co., and am now
; .. MALT has a marvelous completely run down with an attackof Florida Steam Bakery. The total loss Ii over (10,000. with better prepared than ever to give

> ,:\Thilerefreshingand dysentery. I bought a bottle of Ball Bearing keen cut- about J3.000 Insurance In additionto great bargains in diamonds,watches,
: You Hale A'4afs' Beet'; and this time one the mills, four cars of timber oa the etc. Call and see me and
take, it helps assimila- Boon the this same remedy jewelry,
Lawn .Mowers at the
: Sold 8' t1f.;: dose cured me." Bold by all druggists ting tracks: tear by were burned, upon let me convince you.
byNNHEjSER !IItUlt' dealers. Willis Hardware Go's- which there was lasuraac I. STEPHENS.
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I Nicklin Is Fined One Mill. Young Girl Takes Deadly Do,.. : '

Chattanooga T 'nn., Sept 15.-Th"coweraiit Atlanta, Sept. 15.-Hallie Shirley a I r ,

J.B.GjOHEMtA.N'Iin I rags of the Memphis hasp- young girl 14 years of ace, died '
ball c-i-ii.! ag il.st PreslJent Jonnp the GiaUy hospital yesterday from I+;I Cures All Kinds of

of all Bottled Beers." Brewed from Bohemian Hops. N"-kn! !: and Uninre Mathew o': morphine ooiioniLjj. She was fun3:

SOLD EVERYWHERE. the S.iitfspin I 1: in. were called '><- Saturday niht at her home 24Val* |' Kidney and Bladder Troubles :

for. Cba., -PL':. nut street ia
I i r McConnell here this aa unconscious condition! !

morning. Poh cass were dismissed! and taken to the hospital. Cffortj
-- Kidney aid! ludir I Troul'le, Rheumatism: ,
The chancellor facetiously: assessed a of the physicians to sate her life! \\erunavailing. ,
and all kinds of diseases: produced I.\ ai i ,
NOTIOE. I tine oJ'OI1t' mill! against Nicklin: ani Some mystery surrounds: .
"I'urlt' acid.
said If the was: any smaller denom the atiair, as there was no appaieul excess .

(nation he would make it that. reason for the young girl to Lave taken

To Manufacturers, Dealers and Others Inter- I her life. M HarrisLithia
Part of Vessei
s Crew Drowned. i

ested in Fertilizers. I Colombo Ceylon Sept. 15.-It is:; now Carved Brother-In-Law. ii i

learned that the British steamer :\ith;;. Montgomery Ala.. Sept 13.: -John Water

dale news of the grounding of which! LaUonte carved his brother-in-law. I

i in all manufacturers. importers and dealers in on. a reef south of Cardiva island h J. Wik-on, so badly Saturday that fearaare

!i-. ;ind stint man-rials as mine under the fertili- the Indian ocean, hept. S. was received held that \\ lsou may die. La IB rK, mmpnded l liv the 1.t l physicians ail '

> "I Ills slate of Florida. here Friday last, has founderei Bonte went to Wilson's home he say ('\, r the Unitfd tat. For sale \'en'- !

Part of h< r crew have been broughtto to collect $2 which Wilson owed him. '
I r .n'rfnl consideration, I /bare derided to issue: : \\hert'-'hlppl'd anywh >r. ; +
this port The He found Wilson t.
captain and 13 shaving and somehow
,,. .bill/ ; ;"t-neral orders to take effort mare I
1
January believed to have ben drowned. or other a fight ensued and he Can
Nothing Comparewith I 1
pot: the best of it. Wilson has made I

411:111:1: : :XO. 1. C. A. Woods Chosen President j no statement as he lies at the laflmiary HARRIS LIT B CARBONATED WATER for table ose. HAKKI.Limi\ f} i
GixttEit ALE is the fine-t of all ales. ,1 r
Columbia: S. C.. Sept. 13.-C. A. with his abdomen sewed up.
It! ihe fertilizer Law i
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approved May : Hull., Woods of Marion
I..II all nianuf.irtiirers or dealers shall tile their nresident, of the South, has been electei :\ot So Treat After All. I Write for Free Booklets-Fnll t..isNmomals of cures, aualvst-F. II
Carolina colj I etc to show to
'lie is the hero of dnzen your physicianHarris
a
u.ihsixith I engage
the
eommi"sioner{ : { of agriculture j lege. The nomination was unexpea- r-nts." I I t

I in order to prevent confusion as to the dates i ed to him but will probably! be a,- I "MjtrimonialV" I Lithia Springs Co., Harris Springs, S. C. !

I"' expire, it i i. ordered that all oaths be filed | cepted. HP is president of the State ":Xu. unfortunately. Nothing! more

!.n- Isi: and loth: of January. P.U.5.!) and subsets i I Car:: association; and a trustee of \vaffor.1 Intn-i-fcliug than t..attlXcV YorkWorM. I sss liSL A VUJLL jaHS&

ihe .";uu('. Any oaths heretofore( tiled, Get (I collese and Winthrop college. I II

'. tiled prior to tllI.llalt'lIalll'tl. 1:, lie was oh cted unanimously. I !
; willlll'l'I1'dl'41
: I.intc'rin"; iriiinnu-r CoUN. CALL ON OH TELUl'HONK .
,,1'1' January 1. r.in! :;. For any ne\v brands of I thiopaon.1 f
f7t' L D m't let a cold run at
I ii.w t firms entering ihis lerriiory'" for business @ # I Summer! colds are the hardest kind to I

.. .-.Ir. and after January 1.1 of each year. the I cure and if neglected may linseri M. W. MARSHALL ivnstcola, Fla.

\ ...i is will continue in force unlit January lof ." pr-' ,\1r" 1=1 0:1 (-.. ry \. .* o...-:...l.ro.i.uti'c i alum;; f'.month*. A Ion? siege like
thH will pull down the'tr.sIl pt con'stitution. -
: n- "itatho
Ikomo'Quininc. :
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.u-i and no lonjrer.; One Minute Cwisrh Cure

OIIDKI l NO. :!:. rircdy that cures a coiit iu one day.IY -. |( will! ,break sure, up aft the* at attack once.at Cure ouce.Sife TRY TB il VlV\?ANT tUMU !

u'idils, cold*. bronchitis, all
:.1:nice wilh sections: :\ and !. of "An Act to Proiie I Cft.JUP;
I tliro''it uti'l lun trouble. Tile child-
IEiiEn r
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lnsierion| and Analysis of and llejjulation; : !: b@ i r"ulikeit. II ir;'i*' PhuruiJcy, John I

',. of 4'ommereial Fertilizers etr/' .. : -
.proved] "7 Sheppard Kidney Kahn.i I r

!"ml.!!! also in compliance with the resolutions: of TIME TABLE. i
{ ftd d .JJ b"
ib. ;
fe Q ;1 i i We will launder your spreads for
.,1114111 of American Agricultural Colleges and I
15 cents each and make them look
; 1 Stations.{ ami the "AsMJi-iation of Ollici.il :: I like uw. Star Laundry. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. i f

I i.'I! I Chemists.' as: recommended by ihe >iaie"t ; i = WTO ET] mi is e I I IN EFFECT DECEMBER I. 1W1 .:

t !Florida, the following regulation is adopted, : rrilV rag Btntn iM4j If you wish the very best New Orleans and Mobile. i
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1:'i '"i January 1, lliii I:>. ice cream freezer at thevery
No.e f.o.4. So.2. No.1. No.1. No.O.
II i
: I Ihery: bag, barrel, or other ptt'kl'I'; of romli I lowest price, the Willis 7:15: a Itlii m 11U5 p Luve.... Pf'Dsl\cola .._.Arrive Ii:".' a 4alo P 800 II
at money f efuackd.remsdiss Co tal. s 11:511 a i7 p I' III a Leave .....l'1oml\toD ..... Leave 2\ a' 2:10 p 7ttI j p
: ,"rtilizers. 1111011 seed meal, ca:'t tor pomace. toin" Hardware Co. can please 11:00 a 4Jp: 21 a 1.eave.! ... Mobile Leave 1291n't'1 12:15 n 0:00 p
reccgnlredl bpr eraJ-! ...._" !I'P':: 71 a Leavs..Nsw nrleana.. Leave gaup!.. I 17:9.5a: ._
101Ial'0III.t tobacro meal manufactured
or ; \ I you;.
imported into this !'tatt'l1all haw securely Dent physicians u the vest (is: .- North.

ni- labeled and plainly stamped' thereon I the I K! 1cy and Bitddsr tt ubla.i'3tICt1 WEEILY MCll DULL
I No. t S/). .. So. No. B.
,. .I! net pounds of fertilizer in ihe package; the Fls: vast h1<<, i FOR STEAM DIVISION 1I:05pm 12lfJp m LE'ave..l.t'I1.acol..Arrlve 4:15): Ipm'' 1I:0I.D1

1 I.: ,iml"iir trade mark: underhich the fertilizer is ... : W. A. D'AIEMRF.RTKft i i Pt S.COL.tLtClltlC nltMINAJI :15I\Dl: \lam : 6:51pmrnn.lol1toom..rY.t..ave 1I,1'4pm Arrl"t'Jinmlngbam..I.ave: U:15am bJaam:: eu5pm 8l.'ipmll :

and address of the manufacturer allllll.! ., 7:05pm Dana m Arnv.. ..... :\ashnlle ... .I"I\ve ..... ..... ..
n.ime:
| HAILWAV COMPANY. 2:81 a In 11:1:1: a IU Arrive .... LOU18vllh' .... Leave 11:15 pm. !:45. m
I ,I Iii \'sio:. stating ihe percentage; of at11uiiuiIa. WW 1 I 7lam 1l:5\1am Arrive .....Cincinnati .....Leave lIt.lpm 1l:1 pm
Trains lean Pensacola for the Llttii 7:32 a m _1I.tp: In Arrlv" Mt.l.oul. .I.eave 4:15pm 1I:5. p mPENSACOLA
"'"1'('(' fromhich the same: is derhed. the per1 Bayou tug i; you. W&rrlngton, 'ill" Y 11ft -- -
RIVER JUNCTIO-N.
"1 potash.-soluble in water the percentage; ofi !If You HaveRheumatism and Fort Barrancas at AND

i. ,phosphoric" acid awl iLe I It'I't'I'ulaI' of ii.Milu- (:IIJ) a. m.arrive at Fort Fort iiarraneki Karrancat lea T:18aclUUOa.ra.arrlviat a.n i No. 21-Dally No. II-lJally I No Hop where time not drown I Xo. 2lIa1110.. 29-Dali

-I'lioric! arid the l'I'I't'I'llta of moist tire con' I lUi p.ra.arrive at Kort Karrancas l:45pn I UM p m 7tU a m'Leave' ....... .1'1'1111011rrl"e loan: pm 6U II m .
; ; ..
1 8:80 p. m. arrsveat tort Harrancas 4:15 p :a 1:15 night 7'1 I loli"II1I1\ ...... 1lIi1": 6llll" ;
'.''::1'111, also die maximum r perrenliijre of chlorine.ind 1 1:15 p. m.arrivraFort Karrancas I::: '>: m.arrive IH Fort Marr.uc 8 8Op.a: Ia" 7:1" ........ Ecl\mhl ....... 10M" 0lJ7 "
(I all other ingredients from which it is ru ii- 1 Trains\ !eve Kjrt Burrnncan for Pablo 12)1. 7i" .... ..... Mulct .... ..... IOt1J.. fit.'i '
the of the "" P.' l> WIo.. S oola at 1 'aII" 7:2N .. ......... tarp .... .. u 6tll I
:also the slamp showilifT payment 1:5)! 7:113" .........C'tCity.! ....._ II 6:27 "
provided for in this art.\ A tk Itrt.at tc'tol and 7li: .in. arrlviat Peniacola t0 w. n IS 7IV.! .......... 'olllton.. .. _. 10:21"I I 6 s) !
URICS I !L f'otoJToI'J I'lihiornul I !1tu: p m. arrive at 'n'acola..1I p.a 1:10: am..... II -.Good Hange.._ 455 'i
iiiranlwl analysis shall state the ingredients; (bf _{.lIIec1y111 cure :I iO'j p. m. arrive at Pensacola.-- p.n Iro": 8:15" ..... .... Holts .._ -.- "' ':.'16" css "
\ou II also cures Liver, Kidney andIsaddcr I 6: < o'! in the following: order : : diseases, tauM-,1 by an exixss (,fmc i .7uI p. ;a. arrive at Feneacoia._._. TM y. 2'I 8:. 'I" ......Crestview ._.... ':18" I 4510 i
brand of manufacturer/ aCid It never fails and builds up 845 p. m. arrive at fea8aoolb___ 8:80o. nlSaturdayB j 8)1" I:1itI: II ..:.....DeerI.and.._.. 8:611" I r.iC: .
"! fertilizer or ; name ; the health and Ptrergth while using it. ; : only 8:23" 8:1" _.... :Mossy head.- II:") II 1:111 .,
.' iiuinufacliire.i Scud biatnp for book; wonderful certificates I FARE FOR WEEK DAYS.Pensaoola I '::0-1" ':33" ..Del-uUlak Mprll1gl., 819 II !:tS "
: For sale II ......... ..... "
I Price. fl per hottle. 1 to Fort Barrancas and morn 4feneacoia I ';1'1" Intl .. Argyle fU" I !:HI
.i <.!f \pound> to package.iVAKANTEK by d-urcisK If your druggist can not to Navy Yard and return_. to 449 8; 7' ...I'onle d1l 1'00._. 79 ". !:III' ..
supply \ou It will tie sent prepaid upou Palmetto Beach and retcrn lit 5W II 10:10' .. ..%Wtslvll1e...._ ft7. IM ?
( ) ANALYSIS. receipt of pr.ce. Address i; I'enaacola to fUI'I" 1':15'' .. ..... l'arynU1I....._ Tlt.. I, 1:411 >
| SCVDAT ICUCDODE. II.HI": IiI:!!>) ..-...... loolrl\Y.. ....._ IIM" I 17 .
Far. rent. Uricsol Chemical Co. Los when weather permits! the running o ea9 10:47" ..... .I.l1lpley.. ..... 11:17 15)4> II
., 21deiieeN not 4Xr44diug..pt'r ..
,1
i.n- ; "
open coaches II.S 11:111" ... .l'ottoudale ....._ 11:1'1" 1:1I'I nook
: ,,Iiii.! Pho>phoric Acid not less than .per rent. theLamar&SjnklaDriig Ltv f en&aaola. Lv Fort Barranea9..m. 7'11I" lI:"-fJ" .... ......Marlann.. ...... 6:00" ltf.. ,
AngeleS'Caj'or 10 7:8' 11:4.5 .... 'pfl..R on 111'1" l1t5 am i
'''nlili-\ Pliosphoric Al' lllIol I less iu aul..I r l'l'ut.1.,1' Co., { Ii m. 7IU" llf .....(Jrand lllke.._. 1ItJ" 112"
11 m
a. m
Distributing I I I 7fo'I" 12is5 noon .. I'IllI'al ... .. 5.11 I" ItIflO'
niii.i .1-lual and jiolential not le s than.per cent Ip.E. p.m .. I II
\i :" > : i fl. C1 Ill. m. :15" 1 :15" 1.4rrlve..H". ''lOlttol1..Lt'an rIII" Ier10 IJ il
nitrate so.l.i blood tish etc.t) '''' ,
I' i\fl i t tr 'in scrap: I 8 p m p.m.
I
ip. m cm
-Ii i K'Ju.ner soluble not less luau .1'1'1' cent.IIH ep.m.

I :: bolt 1t'r4dike; . . . . . |HT rent.M GRAND EXCURSION I!I 1p.m. 1'. 1111 j LAW DEPARTMENTJ"ohn i
r A6a 7oa U"DA.1'
I ,10-1 t iii, I I i" made from I nitrate of soda, sulphate t'ecucotato! HatlII1CI. Kavy I -O t

,II. ,.j. il I. bone, tankage: fish scrap, arid phosil.i -- f'eLuuo lard and to retc Palmetto rn._._ktach_._ailS__ lit (

__________ Ihlelit B. Stetson if
i ; ". :;;-- : case may II1'. | rtcrn. University
LAST OF THE SEASON TO MOBILE 1\1" "." atrsd .".rU'lB t,. m
!f',;,. ,i !"II'-' i.t fertilizing: ingredients will not !*' al- I
Do Laud, 3lorictrt. '
J n i lie ;Uiiirinliv.m AND NEW ORLEANS.
"' ; III' the maximum and minimuni perrenlapes !i The Beer .JOHN. FOIlllKS.. 1'h. n., .'.f".l't"ImHT: .1. 1-\II!It\ 1,1,. R., Df'an t :

material will not IK M'rmitted..n -, 1.4 ;. :........ I Fall TVi-Mi ('onttI4III4.11'4dn4.day' OHnl.or I Hm''.
imraiiteed ;
M;n p| I .--. ..-:., :-.., "' I.'. .. .. I
will be "lh\\I',11111 I ,....,.... :'o(.;.. Ai.1:-- .. ; ThatVICTORIA Made @ TWO \ '..\US' i HI'K.K-Tin' Law l>"parlinMitof Jolin I IS.atwov.iiis -t..lon I'nlversity gives I
.,! .imoiint minimum only 't' ('pI'. :... f.o1J.r..1" course, leadlngto the ilrcief of 1.1. B :
.
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.n.inlet'. I ( :.: -{.. ; : Br. ..,; 1 l'EjIH.11: iM 11j'i'I ( To Tilt JUlt-'fh'lIllIlul11aolthl'llw 1pllltl11enlofJobn B.
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SteOnn I'111\ T-itv Hdmit- to the Bar.H'KTHKK i
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;i.ii.i""ce.! September' t 1. W2.! U. 1.Mi' .!.1V. 'I I, ;',1-:*,..'". t :'-"'.L.-'?t}.' .'' ) H.J""' '' .if..,.,. AlnlH I tR R r FMUi U UI i:i sired iiifurniiilioii IMKMATI regnrdinellif ALUKIir<)X--l J."'II''orlheLaw FAUllAH.Hftmrtmeiit.adilre--.Announcement IMin( Law:of l'!Department"11-: .lilld allot herds- i. II


( '1111I11I i!< !iilllll'l' of Airrirulture. I I De Land. Fla.i .
------ Train l.ive union depot Monday.'Sept. l I I
:
'! t' 2at\ II :')(1 a. m. harp. Fart -

,ll ('uroL.11")101": ". I,I 11<>" f.! "Itmr..' r".riu<-i1. ;, for round trip, to :1101>111'. $1 1 5o: inj i
_.. liisrh Tulane University of Louisiana.
11 i.il.'inan of rank Tin ji* : : rl2re off i.i.-ifrs i i-s iHvcij.itaiin'i I
j New Orleans, $4 ; from Cantonment
I.1 1 i not lawn r<>v,>:ilod, re1.1 I --'ill cold. .\ i""' t..lile:\ 'nilun' I !
and Century ante a* 1'ensacola. MADE BY ACME 15HEWINO CO. Now OrlonllH.
:.:" out on the subject ofnv iiiniutiiti:! tin notliinu witliniit iiiiii"twv.iilnl i
I Returning: leave New Orlean- I'.Ksr 10-CKXT: liOTTI.B )u'Jl'IDANNH : I -
!
ii -- buds and }T
..r' i inniiiumte! thlu;'s and |1"llUlal'| notion that glaciers invariably I Wednesday uiornin*; at 11W; and IN TOWN. ,i I EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LL.D., President. I t

.. ft.1 i hi" kwvs iidorin;: them. exist in void e,'lIatrjTill.t, for 1 Mobile Wednesday afternoon atI I R BROS I Full Conrsssin1.angua.esMefences! i Knginwrlujf. Law, .Mt-ainine.: Pharmacy An.

:. .l, MI wns rt'uurital his wise instance, rued some farts tif NorthAi'icrua o'clock. Coffee and rdre hhl'nt- Seve StparRllicpartniiMili... MXII.-II Kllilflmira 1 IT f Mil hi VM l.ll.rarioc. Laburatoriel I
l he in the I AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATEDI and Workshop. Splendid linpiirtnifiit: for Women In the New-coin ColleKH.Tulano .
was placed of
< arc ikMitnto i ire springstlii.n will be served on train going I
makes leaders In all vocationIt< ficilltie for Instruction are unsurpaivxl i
1\\ aiifiivlaiit-s who were- :.:h eternal cold nuiy In- said to and returning1. l'urch.i-e ticket at I I I. W. Harper rate1' In tb-t h>-.*>ion. Many hclioln.ri.blpi '
r hi t.iivtliini to n lunatic asy- Inw in thcaen'lfincl'-irtiniMit open to Ix>uihlnna boys. Expenses of scholarship student
rv.M;; superior in tho-t parts. ):- tic kt t ('tliea. rornirtherinfoinution 1'i'
Main Hou;e-101 H. Palafox street.R. II..'J fur ,,-.-1011. Board all loiUmy in dormitorli-s a[ low rales. Opportunities Horded J
lifor a niouicnt the higher inonn- apply to KoiiKKr KIN*: or academic studi-nt- for -en-neip. In the AcailHinlcrolleii'., no tiny if nr.iperly pri pared
.-yore about to start, tarns: clear of .note iiiul toi<- and thin 1'KTKKTlIOMAS.Kxcursion R. Kxchauire! -Opp. Union DepotP. I fur college work Will, he turned away from llllfctlllllV to pay tuition, Neil nessiou begluuctoher ,
'Ilall/lt'ri': O. Box 2M. fensacola:; Fla. I ii. send for Catalogue. t
unfortunate man Jumped I ; I
of
watch tor the formation n glaritr.uuw
Fhoues 116-268. Address. ,t. K. ERr 1"1"'. Hecrelary. Iii I
MI 11I.t'IW and Ml with a $ falls and lilts III' ill tin \'111.If' -- -- -- ---- ____ I !

; \eiiirnt. lie was f-fvor s }'. IIIIJ tlll1il. avalanchestroin dt'sL't'lhl MASTER'S SALE.iy I ---

..: ::i a few weeks not only the liklu-r partsmd a ;':rent HVciinuilntiun I : virtue of a decree of foreclosure run- I WILL- I
.' ii" 1I'alo'ol, brat his rolliitiul.v I den-dby the Hon. L.J. Keeves. J udi(.. of the D-'VE: *
allit! rs in all h..I1I1\\ ly circuit court! KM-nmbia county. FluillH,
'I. > I disappears <-t.iiit n-iH-tition of snowfalls (alvns cm thO' :"lh da. of luly A. D. bur:, In theCa

t iis ".iy that his reason |>n>\iiicd u irc.iter Uitutity is "I -s 11.of Albert M. Kirby II.,White ln<> nifa.ancl against J.J."<\'.Kirbyand C<">- CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS

Monday the Birth day of n tober, A. P 1 I.
on
that s-ufb -
\ u".rt au oeiu i
r.IYs! and l by the natural warmth j I I\"r ..lidlII pulila- auction before the dour
..r.'crdeuttd the enn of the t-arth's enisli .mot pn'sMire is i i,! of the county court house in the city of i at and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of
I l-eniHcoia. }citinbia county. Florida. duro f
put nHni[ the loner portions l"y the sni j inn the legal hours of ale, the following ,
-- --- riin-uiiilieiit amuuutlitinn.nal. aided | described real estate, situate. 1'lnollwd being -+-.Fall Goods --
I r. Kilnor'tt Ti'biimomal. | I in the city ol i'ensacola. county of K:-. !i !
liy the infiltration of water and r,'- cllllbid.IRII' of bonds to-wit: Lots .
: .' : editnrof the Phllipl fnv/in. l.n :e luxly of toe i> fornnil, nineteen (III) and twenty rJ "i in block one I
', l > l'o-t write : "I :: a ; I hundred and forty-seven ( II, of the New 28 dozIen'<; Laundried Shirts, 63 pair Ladie Spring Heel! Shoes, Get your boys ready for school. 1: .i.ii :
tily
kind ,of medicines which; at once liedn; to mote down! the i iallcys I City Tract 8s per map published by Thos. l'. I regular I, to close at "oc. regular $1 t good, to clo-e quick at !Soc We carry a full line of Boys'Hult : !

...i ny l cold-t in my family \ eontallif;; it. i I 1 thereon Itatsontogether and tb- IIl'rl'dllam..nt.l\nd with the iinpru\ements appiri 27 doz Men's Colored Laundried pair 5S Boys' Huiu, regular price, fl.OO i ishirts i ,

i .. uliIi0: good a? Foii.d i! tenauces thereunto b..loollOII: or In any regular I 70c, to close at 55c. 63 pair Ladies' Low Cut Slippers to elope at 75o suit. r
USKI KOII EDIO\I.\. !I wiseappertalniuxDeeds at cost of purcbaser. 67 Boys Wool Huit, regular price t ; ,I
I
Tar. I cannot sayI'taie regular i$1.25 goods, to close at $1.05pair.
'
I 57 doz Men's Colored Laundried: $1.50 and $I.;;;. to clo-e at $1.15 suit. : '
of it. \V. A. of Mich., | A. A KIAHEK .
1>1'. J. Bishop Agnew.
ssoaw4w peclal" Master.ADMINISTRATOR'S Shirts, regular 50c good, to close at 120 Boys' All-Wool Kuits, regular t i
.111 Palafox.
: S.
!,;1"I have ned Foley's Honey 3oc ; these goods thnuld go in 24 CS pair Men's Low Cut Shoes, regular price $2 (00 to $3.00, to close at $1.50 i 4
and Tar in three very :severe: cases of |!I' hours. $1.50) goods, to close at $122): and $200 suit. r
'I.tlcal : with good results in every NOTICE.
inCIt"ty.ttenHon. pneumonia
20 doz Men's French Neck Balbri- pair. We carry the largest line of Boys'Pants }
1 Refine 6U *titutes. \\ A. | In re estate John :a. hell.Allcredttcralegatees i :
will of
be case. carried
a regular meeting Undershirts at 20c, regular 25c;: by any house in the 1
D'Alemberte. H. Palafox. 1 and others having gan We carry the largest: line of Boys'Kbpes t
ol.i
Medical Society et city. ,
-- claims against the estate of John :b.: Bell, good of I house iu I
any
.rtl i of Health office at 8 -- Pensacola.I I All of our Ladies' and Misses
deceased are hereby notlrted that came t
<
k t .n!. Tuesday.: Sept. 2:?. Marston $ Quina have' must be presented to undersigned within 30 doz Men's French Neck Balbrl' Bring your boys to us, drop-stitched "_'c. hose, to close a, I STHE
\ two years from this date or they will bebarred. gan Undershirts, at SOc, regular 4>c, them in any size. 2oc.

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DR.W. C. DEWBERY, Wash Stands very cheap. !I H. BELL, All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirt: We will to close at 60c doz, or 4 pair for 25c. 41//
President. AdminUtrators.Pensscola close at 75 cents close at EOc for your choice. Borne 75 doz Men's seamless half
to with i .'. hose ;
Just the thing go April lh" I i.iaoam mEXECUTOR'S !
'1.11.( 1:1."CEER I 72 Pair Ladies' Spring Heel Low of them are worth f 1.5X1. regular lOc goods, to close at 6c pair.

Secretary. Iron Beds. NOTICE. Cut Slippers, 2z to 7, regular {1 We carry a full line of Skirts. } We have just received a full line I
I
r lot
I. goods, to close atTOc pair. Look at our window display. I Ladies'Kid Gloves in all shades. 1
.. Estate of C. C. Vonge 8r., deceased. i
'-Y of our celebrated PROFESSIONAL: CARDS :\otlcE'ls hereby given that on the ;*! th j t

. *. -'. Felt Mattresses. ------ M.--D.----- i day the Honorable ol October,Probate A. 1) I\II"\ i Judge, I 'i\lllllr'sent of Eacambia to Remember, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we will have Room, ;: t

W. C. ROWE, County. Florida my final accounts and
. nerer pack or grow vouchers Executor, and ask for my discharge : !
Office: ITS' S. PaUfox. from the Executortblp of laid F. B. BRKWNER'S
i.r' Better than a hair estate. 1'. K. VO>GE, ,
s''' Hours from to Vto: a. m. and 1 to 8 p. m Executor.rensacla .
!\1 Il' S. at half the price. tad after 7 o'cloct Florida, \prlll9thIW:!.oainzn Im 10 5; SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. (@
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i DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18,1902 .

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i CUPID'S emitted to the great let the amusement"cat out of Sarsaparilla : Il troooestiath t t rV\ j Irr '


.. S standers. We put the best in it. You : -
"'--! This morning the The 4.,1 Annual stai. f
CAPRICES And n? ; .
of
get the best out it. Kndinj I \ '"
Decenilwr
Iitered: at tbe Poet Office at Pensacola, peared at his important ; IN I i 11"11,
I the
doctors ;;r.e ;
Fla.,,econd-
Palafox street:-Fltfi, up-slairs.Building, 2Uj Booth CAUSED MUCH EMBARRASS- 'HI otiug? face of yet A short bears time the I 1 THE[ [EQUITABLE l[ F

this i i- his cud her liit i!
He Shot His Wife to Death. '

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. MENT TO A YOUNG COUPLE.A the names, by earnest I I Greensboro, X. C., Sept 15.-G1"nl'l FIFE ASSURANCE[

'held on probation: of i! McAdoo a negro hotel waiter of this WflHl!
II t ;i: Terms: Invariably in Advance ; i city, shot his wife last night and In- (j I,
i Oat Year by Mail. ... ..............$5 00 ture behavior. !i J. flicted from Assets . .. . .
clandestine elopementwas injuries which sh died i
-. eti Iz i EH Months .. ...... .. ..... .. .. ". 2 50 projected i I at 1 o'clock this morning. McAdoo Reserve and oter:: I J'
Out Week,by Carrier Payable Monday 10 neatly frustrated at 11:50 o'clock Water Cure for Chronic i I ities8urplu3fromwhk. .. . . .
t : had been to Durham, and coming !In j
: TELEPHONE NO. 118. last night by the ruffled father of a Take two cups of hot on the evening train he went to lib I I --- I
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t widely known young lady. The stopto hour before each meal homeHis wife and another n.r"0 dends are paid .

the runaway match was an amus- fore going to bed, also woman were there. McAdoo told his ':
_ cold about at wife to come with him and she refused I Paid to Policy.hnhlt r- ,y
ing event at the Union depot and water, hot or and he tried to make Iw com 1901. .. .. . .
ptP I
after each meal. Take .
.eat Ne
P, __ I was seen by scores of people, among I but She then broke away from him ant New Insurance in I:. ,_
door exercise-walk,
t whom was a NEWS scribe. I ran into the street Advancing into J! Total Insurance f. :i. J
PEHSAOOLA, SEPT 16, 1902 Make a regular habit of II : : the yard, he drew his pistol and fired. :,I Dec. 31, 1901\ . #
the afternoon of I
It was daring yesterday : chronic
many cases I Iz I She fell with a bullet! In her brain. Me.AcJoo Notwithtandingtchal
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t : p : THE bath tub, and incidentally the young people came to- may be cured without the I : at once decamped. The police strength of the: S. i

w General Miles, is now on the way to gether and planned the flight. Par- medicine. When a the and county officers are trylug to find greater security WI-I i 1
T j, quired take something I In him. holders thereby PI';"v .
1 4ii ; the Philippines. ents of the young lady, it was a well gentle like .. I are LOW and U'\l\\! .. '' I

relatives, | ter than given by it'
known fact, besides other I
Ex UOVEKNOK BOIES of Iowa, it i and Liver Tablets :For Came Near IIins a Cripple I IIn..h

is believed by the democrats, will be would attend the delightful attraction I!I druggists and medicine_ I!I I Westhafer, of Loogootee. |: I

1t l Speaker Henderson's.. ..Waterloo.II I at the opera house and would Ind is a poor man but he says he i I KXOWLESGeneral: nO::( +,., "t.
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rI -- I probably not be homq until 11 FACES i iI would not be without Chamberlain'sPain
HOME miscreant, has been engaged: FAMILIAR j!
j \y.
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The Balm if it cost five dollars a':
o'clock at the latest.
"t in the wholesale poisoning of dogs I young &
p bottle, for it saved him from being a 309 H. Palafox St.. "'I- \,
a Jackson, Miss. It seems a travesty man was with his charmer for sometime i IN PUBLIC o> -1
cripple. No external application i is
that the poisoner baited them i and the plan of flight was arranged. I I ; j I "
II this liniment for titf and
i equal to i
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with FOR
t: ? z bologna; sausage. RENT
to to Miltonon
i They were go .
swollen joints, contracted muscles,
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.trt : : : ..- ,
FiiOHU is prospering as never before the 11:5o train, there conult the i III "The Spint of 75." i : stiff neck,"praiusand rheumatic and FORRE.VT'-n, -

; y 1 in her (history in spite of the I "squire" and bear pronounced the ,! tion of New York j i : : : h mu-cular: ata_. It has also cured gymnasium of f f. j
1
fact that millions of dollars go out of : principles, incident; and .,t- numerous cases of parti lfaly"i"i,.
words which bind them in a union cola Athletic ( j
the state each year for food and ;' !: th< It i is for sale by all dru2gi-: and
times
which "God alone must put asun and colonial I. rented ditrin
clothing, never to come back. The i : :' medicine dealer-1 ;; /

II t greate-t portion of this expenditure ;: der." 'I appears two pictures of ,:, ) g-h. -- for fairs, (" )1C<

't ? ( N ,,> could be kept in this tate by manufacturing All was aprarently clear sailing. friends of the 13th ; JERSEY COWS AND HORSES.For ces, etc. Fur : .

-' or rai-iug: the things ourselves Each of them were as nervous as 1 National Sons of the .\ : call at the ri'i I

which we now buy from other I could be in fear of detection aud a i olution, held at Wlshin ;i \:". i phone.Vo. >_l'> 1
t t states.IK ale at lib Wet Cn! "e "street
I consequent interruption of the -\, April) to May 2 of this ]j !i
-- -- - --- prearranged 1. i Monday, t3ept.15.ac:; carload J H-PY

Colonel Henry Watter-wii was i plans' of procedure. But The pictures are very j ji i I 1 Cow and younu: l'3Ivlal: -1I :a fw GREAT SALE

familiar with the result of our pri- :' fortune favored them and enabled i and in the midst of the : hores.llslw.

1 mary system he \vi uli not say; "the' ( Jj. W'li'kT"S.JR.i OF CLOT'I : :
"
steal from the are dNcerued the
the pair to away ,
people are losing their! hold t'pon ,.
w I bride-to-be's parental toof, unobserved i of Dr. Frank Gale ,: ; '
that
the government, or "they are i
OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine
v' .:;i' surrendering; it into the hands of I only a few moments pre'iou'Sto William O. H. Shepard hly ,. have jut bought ,
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: F profes-ional politicians." The re-I a departure of the midnight accommodation who were among the ;: in- gain a Jo WO stock of (.',. .
4 {11 suIt of our primary was an unalloyed I oyters today. Try them. Meii'ii Furnishings, c-i
train bonnd for River gates.: : I : NIC at 3uO South PalafllxheginniugThurday. -'
AI'O
; victory for the people and we | T1.E.
t In front of his father : w "
I' Junction. Secure in the belief that
k'1 are the people. ---- --- -
) at sacrifice price- UIi tCallearlyat2IOUSout
; i ; ) ::1 --- they tad successfully eluded the Unsuspecting i jonly youngster iu the : !! ." !, I' ,
THE De .Sjto: County Newssays: :, of Thursday and t 10 .
Frank J get g-rt'.I'
: "old folks breathed proudlIaster
they -
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f "The state press has discussed the i jr 1E.. BK \ >''
easier.: The young man stepped | Mr. Shepard i is in I ATIGURA
: until the
s; primary question subject I ; ;;.
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tt t'1a has become thread-bare. The nominations sprightly up to the ticket vllice and dozen copies of the A. SANTA ROSA SURFBATHINCJSTABLIShMtr

{ ,I I 1 ft*.? have beeu made, the people i purchased tickets for Milton. For I taining proceedings.
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are sati-h'ed, aud now giceus a rest.1' I -- Inot a !Strong Purgative.
i, these: he paid $l.6Sand: an expenditure iI i- siot., which he will ;
Not yet, Brother: iraham.. i I I
'Ti quite of this sum was what the friend- they call on It doe all that i i- r< quired to .
t gave Fi-h chowder will! I i' -
There is a defect or two in the primary i
i :? iifei entire -tim"flare the Liverecre Sunday evening pr,
law which mu-t be remedied: snap away. : .
i g I I ... can arrange: to hav
; A 11 \\ lid KM
T t before we quit talking altogether. ': :Securing the tickets the two stole >} I tinny without overworkingthe other n-frpshment- -. --
.t.' : ----- -- With family: aroui.d : : time durum the w'-,-k ,
and
quietly stealthily aboard one -)f I
:C "If I were back to the time whenI to die, and a sun riding Liver and Bowel A? a terms. See inanau' rCH.

; I j b I had nut wrongfully touched the the dimly-lighted coaches on the miles, to get Dr. King'- pleasant, palatable .\:-;. II

flrst dollar, I would not again! place west side of the depot. They took a covery for (; : untity."I - ,,-

; t' myself iu danger and bring; trouble I seat and impatiently: awaited the and Colds, \\'. H. FINE STATION. p\'

*1 i upon thoideptLdent" upon me by I train's departure. But things were : ville, Ind, endured : : Laxative\ iri< Perfect.' !

?t committing theft. This remark .I '1 from asthma, but this .
,t was made tit the Chicago police by going: along too smoothly for com medicine instant i C. V. Thorap-
gave : ; -
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r I I For rliminatin
4% ; 4 i, I Charles Colomb, who is a defaulter fort. soon cured him. He \\ :: I. ? Palafox !street -

ii ': x to the amount of H.OU). It is the i Five minutes before time for the sleep soundly every ;{ at.. :Typhoid and Malarial Germs new supply of i I.

J i :.j ; vain though! common, regret of the i train to move the door of the coach f marvelous inrts of (; Papers white blu .

ty j embezzler and should though it opened. Who should enter but the Pneumonia. Bronchitis, (; : ; i from the system nothing can Envelopes to matt-: .

f never does, prove a warning to tho-p and Grip its also Foreign Mail Talrelopes .
prove equal it. It is a tonic and
i father of the lady. Hurried looks
: tempted by handling large sums of ( for all TlJr ,tt and II1U to match I I".

+ '.: other peoples' muue '. Even Greene I were exchanged, but it was too latt- I Guaranteed bottles oOc j I : for alterative ; it will improve Penholders, Blankbo: !.
I Trial bottle* free at W. : : -";
't : c : and Ciaytior no doubt echo this young they had been detected at the lat berte's drug et.re,121 :-; : I1f-1 your health b"y>ud your, etc., always on hand

iz.j/ !:1 man's Ustle-vj reUlur-e. 1 moment.i i: Phone231.
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r 4 i motuiisruiiif( i xp ctatiou-
...: \\t HENKY WAIIKKSOX hits fired another i The grave, but highly irate, parent ; ATTENTION
I1 \ Everybody ha- a ri/' : '
i1 I. annihilating broadside of vitriolic walked directly to where the couplesat. I i I'auons nt-ell} y>< I Sold lr All Firs'-Class! CIBJIISIS. piece of tin .-artli.! f.i: '

-l :+r; denunciation against that The man arose as if fight fur it. Thev n.ii-t" w
young -
d4 '. .:,' class' of uI'IHklltJwn as the ultra prepared I In addition to the chance to get it. :und :. .
-'I' : ,.t I to give battle in case of an ination uf pupils for
+' t : ) "smart set1 and notwithstanding Thos. C. Watson &. Co.
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: Prof. H. E. ihaui will, : DRINK BOILED WATER I
:.);; that this second attack is fully asa urgency, but this was happily avoid- the I'.uh! and -Mi iiist.: have some particularly: fi

3'L '..' r:/,i :'mCjf scathing and -weeping! : as his noted I I ed, po,
> .t. ,-;r j 1 previous atttmpt it has fallen powerless i i and blue uniform stood outside with fourth tradewno were c. .-M will never r.f..t. ,
,' before the adamantine barricade -H
others calmly takin -iu the very in- by sickness or other good
t' ----
X' of pxcln-iveness, behind which I .i taking the examination:
.C a fc zj m'a=j ;
1Z'1 I teresting proceedings. ing of schools lit May.; This weather ,
; ; society ever lias: and t-vet will mock I Tbords tun Cgrass
'1 Mr. calmly walked to \\ here 1 It is hoped that all patr
". : at morality aud trample convention. II j grow. You < "
h' : tend to thi* matter at _
;1 1.; The ul.lrt set," howevti likevery sat his third daughter.: He" put his ignated above. When i keen cutting Lawn !: I '

t4 .1 1 ; other set, is made up of all I' hand on her arm lifted her rather '' begin on Oft. 1 telC IH.r- and Grass 'Sheais .

J; f toils of men aud women-good, bad I quire tu proceed with 1'
; ll 'v t forcibly to her feet and commandedthat schoi. work and will Blessings on the head Willis hardware l',
i aud iudiilerent
-and to call all vil-
I
I' | to the work of forty -"
ht she home with him and behave stop
: lians is not ju-tifiable. go of the
one or : man who discovered
M! ,J ...i t __ herself. pits to examine: :\. I AAAAAAA.A.A 6 1

: G "' Drx's llevi..w gives an I the sideboard
encouraging ; UJ-lw Sup' -
tl I There was nothing else for her to
report of the commercial condition HAVE YOU NOTIi. ( :
i l 1 R *. It sayMeady progress i is : do but follow, and she was taken ATTENTION, I

.* ; C r ,, reported in trade and illdu-try. IIBtributiou i home amid sound scoldings from the 1
I will be in oih'ce 1
my '
,rs ,, It t of uieichandi-v is heavy parent.: At home, it i= stated the I day in :September: tor : 'Ir WHAT IS MISSED HErE ;

r' and a healthy tone I is evident. Prices I farther f icontractinrwith all ,,
i storm was provoked. :
t- L are well uhait t.tiued by liberal consumption I whose *chinilwill hgin tfSFW VDo 'lWV V"Y "I Yet
But, to return to the depot. ''on October 1.I 1. -
which more than neutralizes -
t I I
r 4 tnVct nl i-nlari'ed! tuc-iiities | The young man stepped: from the I; lnsiw :, N.' B LITHIA-rd'I J!! \, u want: 11"- /:.
i
k 1 },i for proJ u'tion. Domestic, conditions '! car after his beautiful prize had been I YfiJl Jl for little! money': !L':
Ste h'tithe Ii
:: r.
; jeweli
Nt continue much better than those existing I angrily wrested from him, and a A BRAND NEW :oDiinodate yon.

I abroad, and home trade: receives -! -ickly smile wreathed his coante- : c mixes perfectly with all

1: + I i < ? ,i more attention than foreign He wacrestfallen Nothing; succeed I : J beverages It is a deliciousbeverage
Farm nance. and dt- All kinds of (.11"-
commerce. products have
1 appreciated and "'ucce-js H sure in in itself-the vim
1t '+ tk 1 in value owing to less favorable :! Jected. To none did he speak. product (.f Hudgius'new : and life without the bite. rocking chairs at ,11 '

f f' I 'a I weather and producers will | Then, recollecting that he hid in- !: industry-choice, f I fI I-I ; Bottled at Waukesha Wis. $ Quina's. Prices (i' "

} + be fully in compensated quantity by fcr the any higher decrease i j vested *l.os with the ticket agent, I j' which are good sellers, I \ : i FOR SALE HERE BY low.

he betook himself to the ticket window brand of smoking : :

;, quotations." and wanted his money back at Penacol" The : : :' rI'. li ;If.to.., Agents.;; YOU'LL GET THE LAUMfroH
L't I
I for i cent* ever sold:
t THE report* of the fire in the Tex- the same time throwing down the
are cordially' invited to .
I4 as oil field* were watched here with | small bits of pate board. The request tho-e who, r'- '
unusual interest not i tory and lnpect the letters uule; j 'J'a -
i simply becauereu"8cJlians
refused i ii..r rizht'"r, >
t i was and remarks : ods.I the
: t i1 had a pecuniary interest the
--- BRUCE get right -i
f' 4 iu the wells but because of the I - I N
E1 fear that wholesale conflagrations of Disfigured Skin | "I was treated for i Stationery tjle-.. I' I .*
post
glad to
rt this character would prove a disagreeable W.isif.t muscles ant decaying bones I! good doc'or"," writes W : jou

factor in hindering the future What havoc! iMcConnelUville I ()., for : Ii S IUn ad g AtAhti tin Coe's Book Stort.YOU'LL ...
c
.: of the s i i i1
growth u e of oil in .- rofula let alone is capable: of all that, | Fistula, but, when all i

TM southern industries, where it has already I j and more. jlen's Arnica :Salve cured
I It I is commonly marked by bunches in
,';; : displaced other fuel to a !great 1 the '!" k. illt1 nimatk.YC: in the eyes, dys- i weeks" Cure Burns, 1 P.. BE INTERESTED
I In ''ij extent That this calamity in the | |t i i'ia. ,catarrh till It'iI..ral) ,1ebilit 1 Corn",t5ort-s, Eruption Tackle, Bicycle and

!, oil field* had no ttlect on the oil t It, i- always radically! and -nianently Piles or no pay. 252 at lemberte's | and Music. in mauof tft,1! *k-
i:.r. .1 byHood's Phonograph
I here. You'll! h'- 1 'Ii I't
drug store. ;
t ; I
market is encouraging, proving, as _
i I with thet'lp in wI .
it did, no lessening the future substitution Sarsaparilla j Fleischman's Compr : I *. Typewriter Supplies. All Kinds of I books are printed-N .
3 of oil for coal. The fire I Which e\i'es all humors Lures all! erup- frtsh daily and kept o! and Key Fitting. easily read type. l"'" '
ti'MH, and builds the whole ttm. !I I of Fresh Shell
was caused by sources: that can: be I briber youn;, or old.up sy> .: W"st FloriJa Steam Low for Prices.Kent.IBig Supply I. The kind of book- :
; cakes for 5 cent or on to and read.
# (d4 guarded against by careful uians: ettitut -, H'.x1',. I111< (fiir 'IKT lei! 'he D"II.lmtatn and i ticket for I 5 cent : bay

I on.) atlartLto uk. ,,"1. K,.o.t". S astral! hotel* eupphed .n an. I Palafox Street. Coe's Book StoreTHE
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 16.1902.
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B. E F FAIRCHILD, I I No. scoa. i. I

uOL6TER.E R MOTION WAS I nEBUlhDING! I W. O'NEAL, President; F. C. NORTON, Cashier; r
Qr >. J. FOSHEE.Vice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier.AMERICAN .
38 EAST ROMANA STREET. !

fl.:"r A.!f* artj Specialty.Refinishing Furniture a OVERRULEDATTORNEYS ;, The Broken Doom Structure NATIONAL BANK


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OF PENSACOLA FLA. .

R. K. WHITE, FOR WHORLEY AND : PAINE'S CELERYCOMPOUND f ;

Manufacturing Jeweler Designated Depository of the United States. i "j

fillblllJl.l'r. HOCAN ARE MAKINC A I }
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and Jradnate; Optician, Condensed Statement at the close of business Aug. 21, WO:!.

,I ....th I'll dOl -t. PtBMtoU.FU STRONG FIGHT. I
-- Repairs the Diseased Parts of RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. I'

-/ -- the Human Ilody and IMahINhes Bill Receivable ...... ...... ...... ...... .. .. 1350,403.19 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ......... .... f200.000.00 r .'
I/ Attorneys for Allen H. Demand Loans. ..... .. .... ...... .. .... .... a.9.2i-t l Surplus Fund.... ..... .... .... ...... .. .... 10.01.\>.00 j
Whorleyand Health Overdrafts..... .... ...... ...... .. ...,.. ....
OTESIc Comfort, 4t>983 Undivided Profits,..... ...... .... .... .... 10242.94 i
: A. H. Hogan argued a motion U. 8. Bonds and Premium... ............ 1b7,171.t-7 Circulation...... ........ ...... .... .... .... ino.uoo.CO I
'NEWS before the criminal court this and Happiness. Stocks, securites etc.... .. ..... ... .. ...... 2625.00 Deposits ............ ...... ...... ............ 3tl ,lR3.il I
morn- Furniture and Fixtures... ...... .... ...... 6,718.48 I II
: ing to quash the information againstthe Can we rebuild our pain racked I. R. Stamps... ...... .... .... ... .... ...... 8SS4 j i
z- ,_ I emaciated, and wasted bodies Yes: I Cash and Exchange..... ...... .......... ... 15J,25d..lJ: i !
two ou account of the solicitor the work can be done even thoughthe
will b-t in waiting on spark of life glimmers but fit- I -- .
having injected i1.
two $$710,706;
:'\ more counts in f710,706.63 :
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excursion tonight. I fully and feebly. This work of rebuilding I
bay the bill of particulars furnished by can only be effectually accomplished -
4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON; / TIME DEPOSITS.
the of Paine'aCelery
by use
au important meet- him I :
1.\ !it DI upon request last Saturday. Compound that marvelous II
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Men's Business
N fug; ,
Judge Blount heard the argumentsof medicine that has saved so many ,
7 ,.clock this evening. lives in the past. ,. ,I

.! II : ir,- urged! to attend. both sides and overruled the Paiue's Celery Compound, nature's 1n a ,
i motion. I fortifier and builder, acts directly on I

,., i- your list: chance tj: the great nervous system: giving MONDAY .< ONE CASE.t/ i
,." "f the great odd and Hogan and Whorley were then 1 pure, vitalizing blood nerve force, i

:Mi-yer shoe Go's, as arraigned. The charge of being accessories -I j! refreshing sleep, and Increased All our !10 and 15c New Dark Outings at !

.. .-itively close rtatur- after the fact were read to weight. .
Begin the work of healthbuilding
j good
Lawns 5c 5c
!i per yard. per yard. ;
them and both entered a strenuous I today. Take home a bottle .
>! of Paine's Celery Compound, use it I :
i'd I fothe benefit of plea of not guilty. I I faithfully, and you will have cause I

x i.l be given at 52s East The question of a severance of thecases for rejoicing and thanksgiving. Mrs.
.: 7 ..W o'clockVednes- James Arthur, Spokane, Wash., a
:il cordially invited was then argued at length. lady almost helpless from cruel We have sold our Stock of Furniture to make room for the Largest Mock of !
Good I i rheumatism and terrible neuralgia,
points were advanced and the and cured by Panic's Celery Compound Carpets, Mattings, Hugs and Curtains ever brought to this part of the state, and ,

: i >riJa Steam fakery request However will probably Blount be granted. "I have, write-utfered thus:-for three year now have the only exclusive Carpet Department in West Florida. 1.
Judge took the
i.celebrated: com- | with neuralgia and rl1t ulIItti"m.; and -- j f
.' two cakes or one matter under consideration until tried many ditfarentremedies which
would Just received 200 Rolls China and Japanese Matting, 15 cents to i
give me re1
,. t far a nickel. Head tomorrow morn jug. Their trials: only temporary -
1, 1M. From list: January and throughthe 40 cents yard
I ti-eluent3 are docketed: for tomorrow.W. spring months I suffered terri-.

I" intended the per- bly. I couki walk but a -iiort dl-- 150 pieces Velvet, Axminster and Tapestry Brussels Carpets, with ,
tance, and some davnot at all. I I
.
house last A. Williams a defaulting wit- : ;
opera: u-ed 1'aine' Celery Compound and borders to match. 1
,
i I.ut praise can be: nesVa... brought into court tod.1Yand have not been troubled "iuce. HH-

'u-o and the artists warned to bf in court a week fore u-ing the Compound mv knee- 200 pairs Lace Curtains, ranging in price from 75 cents to $10
were -o bad I could forget down or
: 'ie deliAhtfulenter-; hence under penalty. up, but now I can walk a mile or per pair. I!

The cage of Dresden McDonald I more laUli'UP every"; III day the,joint with;*.no" stiflaes-. or 250 Smyrna Rugs, 75 cents to $4,00 each. :

A- tut'l moU school will books soon open and I charged with assault with intent to 50 Wilton Rugs from $3.00 to $10 each. !

-. Clia- It. Johnson murder was set for trial on Novem BOARD MEETINGIS 9x12 Axminster, Tapestry and Wilton Rugs, $15 to $40 each. i if '

t; ..k Stole has an imtremely ber 11. I f
I Granite Art Squares, 9x12, only $5.00. .
.: ,'\ low prices. l'earlyfCC:111t.: who was convicted I

HI to see him beforei yanerday afternoon of assault and POSTPONED ,,-We Invite You to Call and Inspect These Goods. No Trouble to Show Them.&* !

> new advertisement;
battery: was lined $100 and costs. In ---
On this floor we will also show an Elegant Line of Hardwood Mantels and !
default of payment he is t<> be con- ; (
A meeting of the board: of publicsafety
I' ii :Street Methodist Tile set up, for which we are Exclusive AgentsW. }
fiued in the county jail six months. i :
in two biy excursionsthe : which had been called for II I

.' big; steamer Co- Will Davis and John Turner were i! a. m. today, was necessarily postponed ;:; -

will leave Pal.ifox on trial when the dinner hour arrived. ,I on account of a lengthy session 4 J. & B. FORBES. i i

,ind imaiediitely on These are the negroes who.,, of the police court. The meeting -

IxMt will leave again are alleged to have robbed the warehouse -
i, will be held at 7 o'clock tonight.
will beI
Kffri'ibuients of the"i 11\ jft Packing Co. :name important measures; will be If You Buy Them at tie Boston Sh 'e :Store, They are Good I II
I nut an enjoyable trip OPERA HOUSE

I. 1 1" amid have u good They are respectively charged with :' brought up.'GORNER. I ..--..-------- ...,.----"-- ------

petty larceny and receiving stolen ONE NIGHT' ONLY EXPERIENCE TEACHES I't


_:, : it Kujifrtau's park :property.- STONE Friday September 19th. .
-- -- ,
: ,i !i aiure or ill-appoint- The Skilled ;Machinist to Keep Ins Filler- away fr-iiu the Saw Tie: [j
The I
past, present and future of -
.h"111 one, hundred people '! Bitten t Shoe Buyer I Careful Next Tow Competition, haput many
H iti'Strtparill't are : It ha- LAYING AT OLIVE
'
!,it. In the firit place the CHAS. H. YALE Shoes on the Mark"t tnat! hive no e\cu-e: except L 'ok'e! have
cured, it i icuriait: will! cure. .1'
1.? "irii-iit! for tile cars Wa- 1-KI--KM-.

7: ,'. ,,i'1'X'k Iud was not IIM\STIM I Reliable Wearing;, Stylish Shoes for Ladies, Gents,
:
Editor Daily News. 1'111:
fur more thin TUG ECHO !
mi twenty
Allow me space to correct an article uv-< Misses and Children. +* ji
I -a the p.>wi U, render
cf your paper of yesterday.The : Devil's Auction
1 'lug tocus .i1. tin* parka LOSES i THAT I IS RIGHT I\ < t'LITY1: VfUl.l. AS STYLE I II
HER
RUDDER occasion at Olive Sunday, II I
1 'icturH wer.t ot ,
plain Sept. H, was not a camp meeting, TWF.NTV-KIIIST: KIMUOV Won't b' L'IIU' l.'f'ipY. >u'll l "',ut: :ri'ioLt' I'-. Show You Our-.

: ii I \ 1--. i.lahtwere eutireMI but a corner stone laying by the Masonic It's of Age and Entitled to Vote! I: '- J -- --/ -.' ---- ,
,Jin-1!". il/ 01111 ill!:' a-how of the i I r
The bid tug Echo of E. E. Saunders L >dje. :ii
'I'i.: I tn.l: I t..rl long time '
cars ; invited Rev. I New >Scenic Investure: !
The Masons were by i
fc
Co.'s fleet
: '" (;, ttcr service prom-- came into port atlfci i Horace Henderson a:1d otlicer.' of :-''t.I ;i Cavern of Grim Faces! Boston Shoe Store !

'. : : I eiu-e of the trouble ; this; afternoon in distress she I Valley of Andoehe ;
James Baptist church of Olive, Ks- Castle Iunmni.i !
I I-, I i.,,' that brick clmJ-! I. t her rudder about ; I
a having ten
>-
cambia county, Fla., to lay the cor i, Temple of l.udda NATHAN <;. l'() C'lI1IlIR, Proprietor.'
!' : ,i tiirii.iuce at the pow- milts oil l'eu-.ai'i l i bar. tier stone of St. Jjimes church, after Garden of Manikins !

ii i! ; duwf- which Wm.: Taylor D. 1) O. :\., was i I Palace of Honlion- Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street. t tI
-- Realms of DCpair1THE
requested to apply to the (}. M. Rev. I t

an get your licuse DOUBLE TRACKTO Jno. H. Diekenaoa at Jacksonville MOSTTransformation: I / nr nimnunu

t'd :NE\V\ ORLEANS COLLEGE ( I II
< conpleteIt.iTlar- for a dispensation to lay the corner I GJrgfons cE8I .

> llIiutl's on easy pl1..yloeekly FLOMATONAs ..t)ue, which he kindly granted. The
FKEKKXrED. .\ S llOOl ot I'll' C\lII.IIIf'I,1 tl\ (Mill' i
monthly.. citizens howed their appreciation I KVElt : I ( iflliai'> III tl IMtn

.
for the Ma-ous and the church by uiiiplc! t.tour"fl..rIure.witul.abunt.rylu.u" i'iKii, ii ill 'It\! \, 111111P111'irrhhVauIMni.Itl1 )
A TIlllHTK: 'JO ont 01 .NTUY. .
!'\ \ Kor VN \ :'oll.tllt'\ -
imp .qanuut.| coin-
'All kind* of Furjiii of the prepared themselves to ,.. i
1 I. \ an outcome recent visits the way they Omltou.bul'dung.K.tl.n'-truUutttbatrur .tl.r. 'lunl m j'- q| Nut ,
C tare at I SPECIAL FEATURES: i lonb"iln'lcl.t' 2"' Fe.-f.'-: afion ;.'.IInl..; ,A :Mt'M Khh: .I M \\.II.\i.\.
I 01 'i |I \1'P|)/ nearly cost here of the highestotliciaL of the visit the grounds where the ceremonies I
make for
u
M
t were performed. There were Irene LaTotir and Xizi, DeWitt & ,
L. & N. railroad: a rumor to the effect ..l the Heroines Burns, Birtholetti & Praeger, Aure- !I Jennings Makes Appointrrents. '

that double track will be built also great many the materMason's i; lio-Uoccia, Jame-. Mackie, and 40 'ralfil'.iHa! fnirt! 1.I:.; --fnT, Hotel Camcien :
tackleofltllkilldS"I prer-eut.; Thee are. : others.
b' hanmrr! the fl Pow' .
j nor ;; T s'- ::! !
betweeu Pensacola and Flomatou ; wives, mothers and unmari ;Marvelous Dance to the Moon.
crab )net at the I ('i\l aiii! IInln.lls'; n ,i' Unit i 114i ,
hay arisen, and it is said this was i ried si-ters. The oilictrs are as follows -I LiDance r'en-ation. rXJIIUIN I ;: .\ LA i\3I,
'
!
(; llif. be public h'
.' !11'lwllel' Cos. i ii \ \ In notary 01 i
one of the prime objects of the re who conducted the laying; of Prices: 25,50, 75C and $1. tat. at laiec. A. J. Parker of P.-r, j: i
Is Now
of the corner stone: ; :Tsai on -al.! it Coe llookslorc. ry. to be unity (oU1mj' "innf r fmr di' | Open to the Public, ,
r ct-nt vi-its here these olliciaU.Trailic
I \ Honey and Tatto' W. M. Taylor, acting G M.Kd.; I I trkt No 4 Tax'or county. to fill Th ,Ij .
udertht
.'n.s3f&.sure. A'o opiate* ou this division ha* grown Maitlaud: !, acting D. O. M. ; W. H. ; unexpired tfrm of J 0 rhar e: "' 111.Hi: ;; meiit of

O. W. T. S. Grid. C. JpcKson of Stepln n<;Ml':'' the no. :
enormously of late and there i is said Sawyer, Senior ;
( :, a'l."O :XA. Junior (I.V.; Oeo. W. Parker O. MARITIME. : vary iml-lir for the staif at 13, lit'; ,f MRS. S. MIMS ; i i if
l "j YcJ: Has t'I'a\\ Bt:.t t-) be under serious contemplation: a f ,
.: .d trea-urer ; Xehemiah Hilton, (i. ,i W. Abbott 01! Card, to !b. r.o'an |I"M'lire *- .
plan to construct the: additional for the state at < 1'eiiicol Floriil.i! j }
4' {.I-fI t chaplain: ; Henry Anderson (i. N. --- .

track to facilitate train service.A I D. ; Jt-tf Lowe O. Jr.D.; Jno. Regi KXI'ilKTKFor 1 RATES REASONABLE {i'
I Blind Restored to Sight. ,
10Ht' :MAUHKT.lUitv query to a local railroad mm ter, O. S. S. ; M. E. Becham, 0. Jr. 5.p1 t.'iuti. r to datf fl'rPNI New York. Sept. 15 -Ati-r tong '

I. fur The New l)jr 'e"terdelidte: { totally Blind seven years. Mis. .Tn'.i''! l>y the D.iyV<--.r'Month.. .I l '

N.\i,1 l Store U>. talking aloat this thin? a long F. U-bert", O. Architect : 1're-ton Sir--Purest Dale r.ckliam ..nntsby I jiorrowski. of Trenton. X J., haI > Table Furni-h.ll with the Host the | I

.... Gordon, G. secretary. I nail sacs The Times, a momenta:y I :Market Atford-s. '
.
.I time. AT nl'AEANTINE.:
Mauy thanks are extended to the Urtseftn, Dominic slinrise| of her hu liand and six dlj.1! I .
--- ----- 1r S1 lat an. lli, HuntiT. -
t H.. .. ...._ tl..I Rev. Juo. H. Dickenon, G. M. of ) and 11'eat Indian 1'ortn to order I dren when the handact were lift"I Ij Public Patronage Solicited. ;
\ ... .. ... ... 1 :r;'. You mu-t have good yea-t to makebuckwheat I Nor ship t+lamboui UK I.rrthcurns sea,
\ i" ... ..... 1 :t.'.. cake The We-t Florida ;, the Mot Worshipful Union (5.I i fort J.Mai to order I j from her e>es. An operation with Free Sample It 1m;:. I
10: ... 1 :r. !; Meam Hikery ell- Fleischman'sCwinpre : I Lode of the State of Fla., for the I! pertornuil two weeks 3110.; and when |I I I ;

I D.... .__ ...... I :Y" i "-od 1'e.i-t. two cakeor one 'i manner in which the o1l1cer! : of the THE SHIPPING. the hsr.ajI',1'1'1': removed for th.|i !Sunday R. te- :Made to Traveling t. !
6 I cake and one ticket for a nickel. first time she aw her child, '! Men.
L d below ..... 1 ::;0'. local lodges conducted themselves I ymlnl'st !
<. ,. I born she : I Ir
'sin!'! KI.11111' .- )'_ 1'I..m I'hnn the Northern Wood on lit Sunday in performing their I VKHSKL8 IS 1'tRTh1EAY',1iP5. alter neram'blind!

.' iu.ryuy-Uacoin..Utt Ana core for cou.-h ceremonies at one of our churche .. : !;, Thos. C. Watson & Co., \ ;
of sterling silver Nor Hydra. '!5i. (,,,briel.. to lUU frftQ1 I Root Returns from Europe.
the Heal Jo: .
leading -tate .
Agents take
have them call '
: novelties fto be \\ e shall: hope to ( 0span ,
vt-i( Fur- New York. ; Roor
Sept.Elhu
s you buy 1 1daa5I.Arano, to (iulf Transit Cot ?', all the off the shoulders 1
i J I. 1i'l'l.eus'. Prices to See S I Pryorbefore- }Jj. pI ices agun, especially under the leadership : t Hr John JrI"bl, It1lyuess, to W h I serrf-tary of war. returned from I>jror> worry of the
lowest. of :Mr. W. M. Taylor, D. I). Kryser .t L'o the i owners of property manage the
,' 1 lr Jacob Bright 17SI Andersen to W H on steamship Kronltn-1 t.> da}. Tr.1 i
renting ')f their houses and
7 I JG. M. Respectfully, I Kfout'r a ('0i i Root was not accompanied by his wife :; the col- .
i Hr Manchester Inventor :!;1. Ferry to i iI lectlou of their reuti m conscientiously .1
REV HORACE HESDER>" OX, p.u. I KOHo eALo I and daughters, who remained on Co: i, Sri they would themselves :
lir Koieneld Imo, Ca-,ap, to Fensacola 1
111.1DQUA1f'1'IIIS I'llll Lumber Co I other sida to return early in October Their charge are very r lnlble.! M :
Fortune Favors a Trxan. I Kr Koth..rfleld, IM-. Chandler, to W ai I Secretary Root "aid be would Dave'', t

SCHOOL BOOKS ,, back"Having and stomach distressing and pains being in head with- !i i 1, K..yser.0 Kcyst-r.. ,an Santandcrino Cot 1-14! F.qurrolo to W a I at once for A CoiiiiniinicaiionMK Washington-_ : .I T I II e B e St t O.fast par M.+e r.v..t Pryor.a..IJ for\ here.thb I' '.

!'ilK LARGEST STOCK EVER BROUGHT TO PEXSA-:; ] out appetite. I b<>?an to use Dr. 'HlP- EDITOR-Allow me to ;peak a.i JI
I King's New Life Pills, writes \\'. P j Nor \mllIi a. I-'A":! ),OJirtst-n, to Pensacola C.L j
COLA: AND AT LOW PRICES. of Kenuedale, Tex and Lumber few words in favor of Chamberhin'I i STOnA.
I I Whitehead I UoiQliaK, Kittore, to Hoaaco Bro 8m'the Ir.e K.-j Y'J' Hew! A Aas Booga! I' i .
1 : I suffered for three ;
soon felt like a new man.: Infallible I Cough; Kennedy. I

.. .GEM BOOK STORE. in stomach and liver trouble ,1: It Biee.>. Oleese.BABK3 to Parodi tofor I years with the brr>neniti- and could I t eaAhrr. /, #fLt., {,. i' I II.
Only :ie :at D'Alemberte'sI drurstore. Sigurd, lift, oxnernd to H H Hoyt'r"HHIJXIRI' not sleep at nijrht! I tried several I.
i and various mcdi- :
I 1 doctors patent .
i .. .f :'c'ool Supplies. Tablet Peucil3. Penholder, Etc. < sinebut could get nothing to give ; .
I Am John fr Kran7.4 7 Harding, to J A i 1
. j Crab nets and ishing M: rr.tt Jc Co me acy relief until my wife got a Save Jlooey Z111;.11 t
: >
SEE ME AND SAVE MONEY. 1 bottle of this valuable medicine, m. I :
'j tackle to suit everybody, at 1I I OAsTORxd.: which has completely relieved! me.- !lure at Quina'sGreat
Ite Ktd, Len Ha'li I 53s7asrI I. .
CHAS. R. JOHNSON the Willis Hardware Co's.Try : Bean, W. ri. BROCKMABagnel! Mo. Furniture I II
I fguttreof]! /1 I This remedy is i for sale by all drag.i \1 I Empo-
I Want Column and medicine dealers. \ rium.
21N ao'Tlf PALAF09TIIEET.. i the NEWS i Igists I 1
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IU THE DAILY NEWS: .PENSACOLA FLORIDA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 1902

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i STEAMSHIP3.It ; I ENGINE BOILER BURSTS. I! <=
+ i I coLUiBIA 'd TROOPS ', CATARRH r

j!. Men Hurled Through Air-One Instantly


1 SAN OCEAN TRIP ROUT I INSURGENTS? 1 I I I l. : I I New York, Sept.Killed.IT.: .-George Lutz. The treatment of Catarrh with antiseptic: and .1

t I astringent washes, lotions, salves, medk.itul 1 tol.uo,}
( k engineer! James G. Dooley, fireman _
BOSTON ;
YORK
To NEW and cigarettes; or any external or local applicaticr.. i i.-, )

i I nrsr> ALL II In Two Engagements Government Sis I and Walter'elJtr., conductor, were just as senseless: as would be kindling a lire on top of '. ... ,

{ EASKWi BZSGBTS I blown out of the cab of a locomotivo the pot to make it boil. True, these give temporary l .'i' :;';
: j : ;
Victorious. : : I which exploded: \ on the Pennsylvania relief but I
f. i J 1 the cavities and passages of the head and tLc .M-r:", .
Ii Va" \,\ JI. i ; railroad just west of Jersey City. Lutz ,,I bronchial tubes soon fill up again with mucus. ;,. ',
Q) :
{ T/J : j ,-, Je j CSN. CARREAZO SURRENDERS. I'' i; was killed and the others were seri' Taking cold is the first step towards Catarrh for it h--9:

:f t OCEAN STEAM. : HIP COMPANY ously scalded and bruised. No cause I: checks perspiration, and the poisonous acids and

f .f .vVk.i I : F'I I j!i Had Been Operating on Great Plains : I I : ior the explosion has been discovered i j vapors which should pass off through the skin, are ,, I'
of Ccean l>reees : boiler had bean filled, there thrown back !" .
h ;O Hours \I j The was i upon the mucous membrane or inner s'in.: ;. !j ,
I Sailing's each VTeeK f I j With Strong Forct Surrender! Secures I plenty of water in the tender: and Hid I i producing inflammation and excessive flow of mUltI, -it.: ,

s 1 3 from .Savannuh.-Ga.f .. r I Pacification of the Whole Eastern locomotive had been working smooth-1! much of which is absorbed into the blood and thum-, :' .

I "; ly. i reaches every: part of the system, involving the Stomai'i. K -
1 t,,,ui.-' I I- n.- !'< ''."' I "' f I Region, It Is Thought I I
t :11. ..n"t"t.- ., F : The engine was one of the largeston : parts of the body. When the disease: assvanes the d: \
.
.. /"X "I.1 I''...I.I i. J...-*-. .1"h,"I I.-' t-. ', \.1..1 V| I Washington, Sept. lo.::; -The state department : '; the road and of mogul type. H becomes exceedingly foul, blinding headaches are ft l' : '
1 .",1'! .' "il II -' .! 1 If I' : hearing affected and constant in the NaI.
lT'. ,. 1. L has received a cablegram was drawing a heavy freight: train into a ringing ears.
=r: Fen A.'a ..isifc'o' Ag. 1e.5. N<.- f 1 Horn .Min. Hart at Bagota. Coiorni/ia I'i, Jersey City. The wreck of the boiler not reach the polluted blood can cure Catarrh. S. S :S ,

J M.n. t.C AOOL' To WIt whit iays that the revolutionar) geneal j I I Indicates that the crown sheet blear circulation all offensive matter, :':; :: ', '
.,. ... : :
'. H .brrl.llrili r ty. I I."--- H 11 f .
y.'a..... lint? l<-fl "-..---l.. Ha. wI Carrtaz.0 who has been oi>era'.. lout and the force of the explosion lifted blood is again cour-sing tin]
"F 1\.!-. I IIaY4..1.50,111r.1." J..U.IU.H"' f ing with a strong force 0:1 the Great I the boiler upward and forward o J mucous membranes become .-.

4: *.vryGKXKIUh ;1 t.t; Plains cast of Uagota, has sari t!:- I the plates on the trucks and with tho I active, all the disagreeable! palmipear : :

dered. cab the boiler flew into the air about and a pern.inent th! .r. :;,'
ff { FUKXCH: rt'ttlll'I.t; : S. S. S. blood ,' .
E : This is regarded as of the utmost importance 150 feet from the spot where the explosion '< being a strictly vegetable: I.uri\:: !" -
Stomach and but the and Ll
digestion
appetite genera' :
l t Following; i* the *' cipJale!! if the to the government author occurred and when in the air j under its tonic effects. Write about : .
; + frovt-rnmeut steamer; Oeu-rt l French tH.". who consider that it assures the: I' the cab split in two. dropping In par!'! us your CUM.r.: .,
advice free. Dook on blood and skin die.i-ses Mit .. .
tl
t ,!; which 'fltFewe print- for the pacification of the whole eastern re I to the tracks with Lutz in one part ; .
1 $a t 4 bom-lit ol tuu'a!:P merchjiit.- w.io ship 'gion. and Dooley and Weber In the other TilE SWIFT SPEC r s .1 .... :. .1,

,,-t K ,try I % i.--i: ,{ to tilt various; aruiy i The Colombian! government also ha- 'Inc boiler flew onward and upwa .1

$ post- ; announced the repulse by 1)if : Folcy'---- Kidney, Curp male* the liiiblerhosc, ul;' '.
rt t k Leav- fontacnl ., .. ..... 7'Ka.ni.) I a governmt I : diseased! kidneys> -outido they will I
+{ :...""< K.irraucus.. .. .. .?.. ,.... 7..' iH.in.ij n: war vessel! of a revolutionary! attack V I i of a cut boun<'roft\ the rock and elunite from lire blood. the Willi* Hani '" '
r iggg A ,!-, .."vr- Ihckrue .. .. ... ... > .F\1 w { g I uaj ago rayon ( II W. A. D'Aleaiberte, 121 H. Palafox.
\ '-> r.arranrat ... .. . '-l.Sa.! m. I>
s4 r Learn. Peusiu'ola .. 1"a.m.At' I, U-i.a river.ODD! tracks landing about 75 feet be I Know our "'l iu; >"
Lf Arrnv! lS..rr8nc'11:1.1 1lit.. hud then I i yond. i i 4'rAU ulretinutY cu d );- i .
mdkr. a trip to Fart Melted aud tbea r .- I '
I tun.1 liarrantAi.i : I FELLOWS IN SESSION I Pocket cutlery and SCMYou I\ will have: jr; .1.

11. ti L 1..It\-> aBurrauLas"', i'lrknni ..... .. .... llnp.m 1.:Jo p. |I -- I Americans Win Palma Trophy. i I sors from the finest to the I flower irardeu= i if t ...

J i t L.'h." P rr,acaa ... ... 4.inp.: 01'1 I Seventy-Eighth Annual Session cf \ l ; I Ottawa. Or.t. P-pt. 15.;; -In the CO.T. I ovrn ground. Y< in-
i ky+ ;j L' n -- I'lrkt-UM .. ....... .">;l5 p. I j cheapest at the Willis a home, and inc .
1' Sovereign! Grand I test for the Palma
SILO
Lodge. trophy at
Arn. < Hitrriinoaa 5:.: > and malt,,! I
p.m. .
'. + II tai ti- .o Mcltt-e and ,...turn.It Pis Moines low a. Sept 13.: While It [ I yards between the American. British Hardware Co. / though l lot mav : ,
I I : Every wcmui: \\ .iii !town t- .
( I VVednp-day* alidSaturdaythe: I spia: trains: arriving from all part and Canadian rifle teams here thin' i : .
I and if .1:1'!; wIi;; '
>v tr .! bug: will; leave l Jl.trruiiC'it. via Pick- j I i\
a
f ; '
of th.luntl') and the attendance tar morning the Americans won with"a
+ i i C t--i-- for 1en: aultl at li! :: tlil.; m. i j JIIIIWIFKI.'V.'Tl.e Thu-J.. Vratson & ( "
it t '.. L T' r General French i- f'>r army in? already reached :>: .0t 0, the seventyeighth j! score of :55u:;;; ; British second 523; and 'nedtake-thimethodlleadiu' Real El'tcan ...,

k1 puipu-ips only and ar.y ')utf tleriasr ;her serviceu I j show her lu,w i .iDue. i-.

'- a pa-s fr''>m the qiKirterulaiter t-rein jrand large of Odd Fellows was fir t-jla5 licensed mid hay-i : .

l '? ( o takp pa-urt-, i !Ler.r fitrinally welcomed! to this city toils.v !| j Tug had 35 year experiences

ny Go.rtoCummings and May I r ;; j Take Care of i lie Momac-li. i| Can give bet of rll'fH.C'eg fltl'.d j Buy a new glll'l' ,2
y' --I ItJetwpn Canton: in the new auditorium. AdIK'S leading physician of thi city '
; :
; STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE : from the Willi'i 1/" .
dire-11011 '
; were made by M. Newman or I i : MKS. :M. OiDDEX'-. .
;
t{ ;, Irs Moines grand master of Iowa; (i 'perform its every function !i j.* never i j Jltf lit South DeVillierc ''Corrtpany.DR.ARORFETT'S .

''' r Pensat-ola and Milinn-It-iat Miss Idal Van Home, president of tit J odl cleanses, purifies/ and!

'y Iowa Rebekkah's assembly, and :Major sweeten;? the stomach aud cur; poitively *-
Huns 1-:
Paily Sunday. ]
xeept l and!
permanently all stomach
Hainey, Iowa .. I ,II I [ Cures C os '
department comn .cderJ fr I 'l ;
; 1 trouble aud '
p "CITY OP TAMPA. indigestion; ? pain; .
J of the patiiarrhs militant. The 'I r1M1t j Diarrhut ,
I response It i is the wonderful reconstructive
ir'I L v M lion r : 'am Jv'I'.O"I<'...la.I.pOlAr was made by Hon. A. Cable, o! : 'tonic that i ii nrikii.g so many sick the B. -, ,
t; St S 1 4 l1 P-nbu.'ola.-f'am Ar .S1 lion .''-''' !)!!! I I Covington. Ohio grand sire. people well and weak people strong! Childr. "

': ; Fareuio; HuucJ tnp.il! :11\.1. I j 1 Upon the conclusion of the welcoming A ) ,|I by conveying to thtir bodies all of j -r''l' Bl'Sf Ap6'fAf! M ITEETHItIG.POWGERSI IM Aids the & : .;:1 ',,,

f o f" Ii exereisps the sore: eign grand lode :, ,eat,the uouri.-liiiient Rev./ J. H. Holladay.in the food of Holla-they I;' LArtfr Costs Only 25 cents at Druggist, "T a t'-
was formally called! to order. Th.' -
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t7. \ Thrifty Fnthpr.in.lniv. j jAn IHV.Ji '
Sr / i day, :Mis., write* : Koilol ll.a? cured ,
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M ? Arali i.Mut'd! .\1-"" IJi-n K-'uMiT.native I rejort of the Grand sire, which waasnhmited .*" I I toe I con-ider it the best rF-medyever I TrSKF'EE.AIa.JuI'.i.1 by ; a iLSOr 1-7-.mail 1..T;: n-utu M'KKi.Tr tu C. .. MOFFETT.. .. M. D.. ST. LC'-.; MO

;' -if Alt: li.i.: lf.a: ui.idi1\ Iii; way Indicated that there wpre i' i ned tor dypepia anll..t"I11Jtrouble. with \ .n i'i'. r i- ii 1we. T'Lrill\t nth "ni..r Sir i :".lu-urt. c rl. ; .-t j f.>iSirayrrYfrr "!- ,'' '+
t 4H trnu1 ..i-"' i :. I h > r f U '.. i- '. vl H r .' : ."f -i ni' -- tr t.t//f.
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1 f .lr !, r v t <,. I-"rci! :: l. ;ul.iii- <.f all n\rr- were In foreign! : count; ies. The ;; -I ciuna. Kiidiv.d l \ uty lif >. Takf H. f p ..r '! .r '-> I i ,! N \ 1 i i !I. t.\-i a .- .t ._ it'e -
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t'all"l'lhla\\'. I JIM lit.j" total number it after mojilii. Hur;.:ri* 1'l.aisu.icy.: i.I IS
At 10"1'! Il }Tar of !subordinate lodges 112J9 1 '. V'. M l.i ,.. Ji r..:. I IT r. ;
i, i ._% 7 fi-.iiu hf1 J.JiiU Slul'plrd.! Sidney! K-ibn.
yT 9' ; it \\ 8itI'm i tr.iiiis :. anal i'tt'niinate! encampment' i

I : .II'e" i i. t. .. I' v.ti p o\vn r 1:1 tin-! !.i'0. The entire membership( of nIt
t "- .: '1.1 A.'vr 1I"lIit, < i I I ', o r 1'3 T O :n.:1. a1.I .
'yt i J I' n ? iA j "r' I'r reache1.'f2"72.: : During the 16'
t t r v.i-t..!. ..: \ -.1 I Ui K'ltiltl.T was I j I '. t : dears the 1e r. r.f j l k ftk2'S' =;;'!i) I
Jf'lwif ilaw }'f'-ar tin re were Ij.: :M':?: initiations iiI I A .
I ... 'i. .I.. S ..f. to :l la'.':1-: ill lli' iJ j I tie subordinate bodes and including: 6gataaThere's! (k..LL$# 1 1111l11i tiTT: : I
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't 1 I.1' i.. i ij.l. !t-. ;II,1 t. lilt j those iniTiatf- in other branches tTi.' m I : of ltdd-I/U ( ; I

r, ...-r > I : i't I afti-r tinf'lf..- i I i
total aehf.l! *.. .
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> Thp amount .. t
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1 '.'. iv ,,\ i : I. i i > |1..1'\' Ihk. Aissi ] lot of f1J."t.
rI j of relief disburst 1 was ?:.1.3.: ';3,7&o.; an 1.IlOlUAto') lea iiiade _=-.J :
is t I':, n I--I 1 .,1' i ;iiijn: HIT father !I /ii rease of $2-':3.: "','5. ;! 111 real tate-I.s l of it, A real e-- me ., t. ,i\\ ; .
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1.111.' ... Ii' ; _- t.it: >!h.' 1vilog i It j ji .lll'lll'll'I tato sign is a.uilv! n finirer-bourd! to \ r .
y I ldt7
;.I : .I "lit: I I'-I ntl: \ aii'l! that suii I wealth. Thos. C. Watson &L [ I + $ t
{, td CANCl.i; CTKKII: HY I'.LOOI IJAI.M Co. the leading ite.il Estate; linn -
7": ,111101 I: I i i: -in with him (-.r ir1 j 9'ff ;
, t4 nave some Offers which it would t
i: I ""11I.' :, >'i.; n.: ::. .\i j'-I lli-u: Kouldir i :
i T--," t hIIII', i" v ,,1 l l.'s wife and n-sulved I' All !k.iii and Hle..1 ri-pagv'-t Cure *' : 1 be worth your while toc
r I r '!s'1 t., IM-L; .r! ..-" ,iii--s against; hi* i it.1'lnr Mrs. M. L. Adams; Fredoiiia. Ala :till and to-morrow.see them to-day and don't wait $1gntJ

)ii f M nil!I'. liistatf.s, bad aljivnlj |I took IJ'jtauic Blood B ,Ilm which ef- ."

t : It' .-..i 1 i ,' :d! -piici' and who nn\v i i fectually: cured an eating cancer of ,
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y ; l.iUcs I h, rv.: ., .\ iur 11..- |11I11'"IS"| > of rail: ; :. ,
the
: I' i! nose and face. The ?ore healed :
.i !liit; i' mi- \ "-.i i a third!:: Inl,baud. The |
p .1 I -:: X l.ivv-iiit: .,,' .n!! it, dye;: -otiisciif time.ll I up perfectly. Many doctors hadgiven HARPER -\1--/--

.' :ti" I lint in.tliiii!: tins' iloiii- for the hit.:bud up Ltr cage,? hopeteSun- .' :

If d. i.'r: AI !io was dt-pri\i- of his wife. I Io Is dHd; of cases, of cancel rating FINE WINES LIQUOKS{ ETC.

? > ,:; :- !! sores, upperatin; swelling etc.
'f.j h ate been cured! by lllood Kalrn.Amotiir : .
!lpwStP 1 of tlie J\nil I'. I INo WHlSKY L ,,
; other' Mr*. J5. M. Ciutrney.j +
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: V profession' ha* advanced more j ji \\"arri"r'tand: Ala. Her U'-c' and : :: S. A. FRIEDMAN
: f' n'lily of 1::'(' than -'arPry, but ttj" ;i[ lip \ with ..n"I\'t -
'? i : "'",tl.l not bf u"re.i fbM r .5
j! 5. 1.i \ --I"I ly neci--<:ary. In sir*'-? "f pilti i i Doctors! advised cutting; but i it ., Tfa..I.II" S I '
t t f >Ir ex unpl>>. it "i- -,'I Idom ul'eded. i failed. flood liilm: healed! tl.c ( J! v ----
'-4L: i-\Vitt's Witch H-iz-l I $.tlve cures i -ioreand Mr. Uuerney i- a- ,,,'
} f I'll| 'k'y' cud t'tIJIIIIl"utlv. I'n- 'I wt-U as er.. Botanic llluod: li.iln!: [ "':- Jf.'"" ICE
'r! '!- -yu| tli' d fir i"it-. Irani-, bru:,f., !!jal-o cures eczema, itching humorscubs ljf/o 'I.( AND WOOD.

14 1. i wru"il-i. ikin dNf i-f-. Accept' tn> and .;cale., lume paiin. ulceroven -. '. : ,.
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: s.i.. ..:' l "ll.If.rf..It.>. "J waso triiihledwiti' ;'are pimples, blod poi-,>n, c..rbuncle -.V 4t-jfl \VE KXPKl'T TO Sl' 'PLY A Ml'CH 1.HF.H 1 !L' '
'' rit.-rdiii jnl". H..U II I -t uuch crofula $ tbt: .
&'1 ?, ri-ius*" and bump ;: _, :
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nloud :tud strt-nitl!: ." < .v- J. C I'hil- mi the skin and all blood troubleDru'gi'ts -. '-""'", ,.f''aoL\ r J' THISr: I\IEI. 1HAX HVEi-: I K: L'( UK
t 1k'.I :.:.: i lip-. PariIII.. -D-Win's Witch i *1 per large I"ut'r.nlj'le \ ...: ._; .' _
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F : .-A: ihz..1 l S-ilvp rnrfd IIIP in :t short o f liitanic: IJlood Ba 1111 fri- SEND US YOUR ORDERS
< ." NC .ir.' .
J-f tin- Kiu.thf-i and: ,i1'' 1l-. Harifio'jV.irmacy : i jatid prepaid: by writing; Blood ll.ilm
t; : :: : John :Si>>ppHtd Mdtiey i'C'i.,i. Atlanta On. DeMTibe trouble Scientifically Distilled!
I t fJ Thompson Olsen
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; .' ]land 'pecial' medical advice sent i in tManresa ) _

f I' ,; r 'sealed letter It i certainly worth Naturally Aged,
4Y ;! r A \\ .rm \1110 h..r. !| while investigating-ach a remark ( Street, Telephone 14- _

at ; ,.t ".Mr.: N.'a >.,.i,1;. t iJtt.! city editor table remedy;: a.. Blond Ualm; cures Absolutely! Pure. -. -- .--- .

I 1 1 ;t l-i tin- cu'. I. .'. .' i.'i. ..1 \. \>linu. Would j{I : ':, : ... --
t' 1 }. Leep; ji. .' _v > .. .". fur .! ;:riod hut I mu-_ _' '\ IV *l Ami "1'.1 fur all I arts.F. WICKE
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ft ; 1'i'i -'1111 ij_:!iit here." was t :
The new "lIltau <>f Xmzil.ir is npradr.nle L. Bros.
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1 I 1ei's\ '11' i. n' li.lt'd'ter! a
uf HariMW and\ while; jittemiITIS | Plumber
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dnnn!; : i- tin tae hal.its of fitter
:: that irluiol Uiunlcd :.t the btmte ilI'rtiswtrih :
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71 # f 'he 1 red I") ; ihiniore Xe\\ .. --- ,
Smith, "IIt'.t the p-tnte-t .. ,
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0 Inis tll.::ai.c Street.
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1 i't t r !Stirr, rMrangp.. John. Il' j, Since the day> pl All Kinds ot Plumbing and Oas Fittings Materials Rep :. H'lFLEPHNkIL1 .
{ wlietl. !ill IStKI; the iMike of Ueliojl.: the rI .
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"I'd.t Itt iHiiiile! on this l liK-k \\ 'r1t.t.II"n"dy j l : ratN "rgCOLA i.A
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.5 ; wvaUhy; and II.W I find ] melt ef the pre."eit king of Italy I ..r ; | ......
went tu Harrow there his nearly al I[ )
It h. in sitting iiruiiini in patched cloth
,,:: \\ a\S lard a |i'Tjni of royal |Idt| ,,,II, d -
Ili the Just l'I'illt'l'1'1t1'U'hatt'l. A NE.
Mr. StuubThat's lIutllill;:. Maria. anioiig pupiN. now of its Avery
I Tl.i'are esiK-etiuj: the tax assessor. a t-on of the king: of Si.-iia.' / :: IL .
Is a monitor there, mid his brother. .
1'arrytvwnI'WS. '
IYitif. Yuaala. left Harrow only! three all(" ,8115'E 'SlK M A\ KKY It \i< II.KII| I h

; I Fik( A TlH.nulilfulltf.. I months! sigo.; :1. IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

it .: I ; Mr;. Uakster: seems; very tnonsrhtf I via ''L '
A )I.lt.ttll Coulil Nut )
1If'11'll'r. p"
f ul cif hor husba ud. ; HARDWARE.
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I "I fad kidney trouble for .
0h, estrenit-ly: She sass shewouldn't year,
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write : -
t t s" have hint know that any one Mrs Iliytaond Conner of Yf

-1 4 e'<.> I l.vod her for anything."-Town ,*heltonVah... "and the doctor 4. Iron ::ail-. Axe !FhncI,1/ I Saw Mill and KtfuiDfi: .:

T.ljlks, ; could not help me. I tried r'uley' h. Pleasant t Hnpplie. Cookiu{ and Heating Stovf-.. Faint o, -
f j I Kijuf'Cure, and t very Cm doe "r. Window Ola-.., Guns, Pistols and FI bmg Tack-;
G y, Cures IlnniorrliUt>4o| the I.UI1I:". :i gave tile relief and I am now cured. i
'I Agate and Tinware and Iloiiscrurnisliiii (iOUlI,.
cannot *:1tll') much for Kolev'' I ?
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Several "I'H'tu'e" my (Inns! Kh.lll.'ur. Employment.
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W A. D'Alemberte .
+1y': were so badly lilffctej that: I had 121S.! Palafux. .. i LrAOEX:; FOR RIR'IIINGHAnOLLIXO: : MILL COM I l'.t' -sJ
; hemorrhages," writf A. M. |
i 1l1'U1Y of
Revere Giant stitched
4'k Ake of Wood, Ind. "I took treat at | Cooking I becomes an enjoyable JJeltiti, NortLampton En'y:
: Wheel Co., Laftiu tit Rand Powder
Co. ,
t Johnson' 1 Ell'
Client with several' without task when Ga
physician? : I
DR. KINC'S .. somine Iron King: and Buck Stoves and Range.-1, W-.
benefit. 1 then started I
to Stoves
dt any are u-ed. The
j Coups & Co.'b Raw Hide Lace Leather, Ma-urv: -
take Foley's Hlnpand Tar and t8r
my TRY NEW DISCOVERY reaon: : : "o ashes, dirty ; Made Railroad Color
14i# lung are now a* '; 'lInJu a bullet.I .
recommend it in advanced sta;e- :\\" i I coal, soot, worry about | Masonic Temple. iy Pensacola, Fla.
of Inn::: trouble." W. A. D'h'mi FOR THAT COLD. 7. even heat as you want it. j I

berte. 121 .'. Palafox. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. L : : I I
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t. 4ar C1'1-' 1r1'ORI1L. Cures ConumptiouCoughs C.K. : mar= W. B. WRIGHT GOfflPJUIY
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.Y r,1't. Kmf Ycu kale I'131s !JB ; Cold<, Bronchitis, Asthma, J Gas i*, and cheap com-

,, I [ pared with coal. If you've
; : batorot. PneumoniaHayFeverPleujrisjr
Y & 1'T7 j MANCFACTCREBS AND rjEAJEBIS:
of .,( LaGrippe Hoarseness never tried it, try it now.
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j' few left, which we will sell I CURE.-ng Cough.NO NO. PAY. i : Pensacola Gas Co. SAWED CYPRESS SBINGIrES->;liE-Driti S Sari;J

at cost. Marston Quina.. |I Pric 50c. and $ I. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. I ,
f t fY 25 and 27 E. Garden St., Peniiccla, Fla./ r-i. PENSACOLA, FLA.II .



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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA .
TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 18 1t302.
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ADMIRAL I ;

Jim Dumps and family went one day \ 71 i

cy11 To in ,
camp woodlands far away.

In former camping days \
a pack SOULEYTALKS r >:
r Of food had burdened poor Jim's back. ,

l No heavy foods now weigh on him- ,

'Tis "Force" that camps with

Sunny Jim 1" I i REACHES BOSTON AFTER SUM-

AVVVVKSS&C

0 i'f' ,d MER OUTINC IN THE I for infants and Children. : ,


a ADIRONDACKS. i The Kind You lIne Always Ulluht: has borne the signature i .

I __ I of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has boon made under his '.
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Force personal supervision for over 150 ,'('ars. Allow no onn

0 0 edev t| New York: Sej 11.. 13.-Rear Admiraland to deceive jou iu this. Counterfeits, Imitations and

Mrs. Schley have reached Boston ".Tiist-as-good. are but Kxperiments, and endanger: tho

0 co FORCE after a summer outing in the Adiron- health of -Experience against: llxperiment.The : .
l The Retdy.to-Smt Cued oc'r
docks says a special dispatch to The!

r Herald. The rHiT admiral said: Kind You Have'Always BoughtBears

e "'I never felt !better in my life. Since the Signature of

I my retirement from the service I havo

essence of nature's I taken the keenest delight in the pnviligts -

I of a civilian and beauties of the
best life-builders.
country of outs, for I have passe J

more of ir.y years afloat! than ashore
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"You understand, I am retired and

done To me the navy is a thing of For"Over
I In Use 30 Years.THE .
flaRes of wheat and malt-eaten cold the past. Sic'
Swttt, crisp e my retirement 1 ,
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T' r er .un COM .A. T MU a..rr. arw VO. C ?
Z a>rn out of It and donevith it, after .." ..--=- IL _' '" ': Jit'lI\a: : >
a 1'fe: sf>T\.h.*." r- h __ _. _

Rear Adnir-al: I Sehley and Mrs
Ctrrlei It Along with Her ge GARDEN SECTION
Schley will !leave Boston today to visit .
'. F.i'rr' the I cst hreakfoi-t foo.f'r put on the marki-t I e in (Conn tii-ut. It is
elira. their purpose
.". id j kLty to tho country and Ut the ><"iim \w\\v\ hate it i e o-OF-o
to po wet within few
a weeks and
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(Nome urnisl'eJ on 'uvlc' &ao1' ) then visit Texas where they may ro- IFensaoola IF1 oricls

main two months.rha '.

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I Near East Hill Electric Terminus.
Railway
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iI) GOLAY=QJ ENGINE CRUSHED MANY LYNCHERS I

fJf 4 Beautiful Lots for Sale.
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Corn
$' Meal f trills:
LIFE OUT INDICTEDSpecial

: : 'JZAIiEZ! & CO., Prop, signature U en every Sox of the KPnuine 140x137-'s feet at from $75 to $200 each, according -

Laxative Bromo=Quinine Tablets
"'a fact for I I to location and surroundings.
I the remedy that CCK a cold In one daj.
I Mr e.. t\U I''IUGHO\'NI Speual to The Daily News. to The Daily News.iloMitisKo. -. .-- -

: mt'it t'Fl'I; i, slv'atljt.t) Oa. Sept; 13.--Ilar-y I : Miss., Sept 13-Tm> Our l.nnttu.iti*. I Exceptionally Good :Neighborhood; Beautiful View,

lndvatry. for there !i ,' Kin;. 2Sai"s:: old.! who came: to Svvann.i grand jury here has fn far returnej: She sitet i biId! ui( lire and \iii- visit- High Dry Fertile Lands.
'it :Meal! and
i. hUy your
., about in Ind III:: mi Mint in London A nuinl or'.t .
.. lionif ): Manufacturer !: trim Aiimistaeral; years l'tm !l1s, among the niim- > ---- ----- -
\ 'rt.uracehome In.1c- I beg being .ttlu't''a'guts had lii-t-n (a Mil,; 0 o'clock I
.- : .ft 'ii the commanltj e.;o. \\.is run over by a switch engineIn onp..Jr murder aaiiist The grandest opportunity for investment ever
al'out 25 tea :it the house and when they left
indirectly oencfltea. the Seaboaid Air Line yards at an dcfondar-ts. all white. I
"iii' lI1'uluI"ctcrtr yocnine rarlv hour Ten minutes later ha Some time ago!; there was a lynching the little girl\ said: cffered in Pensacola.
r of Inbor. Yon Os"Iu ".\uutit', what language do .\m'ri. I - -
',!' which yon live kido dl"d.! of two negroes: in the northern
Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
can speak
vnnr support.i
e portion of this
Kfr.rag a switchman for the coin- county, the news of
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pary.: He was riding on the foot. whi<-h was published In the

,i r r < ">)'>'crs that do not hoard of the tender the engine runs pers, and in his charge to neWSP1'1 I the The aunt.child hindered for a moment. .Ab'T.ClubbsCorner

uiiii l>a< kwaM. lie pave the signalto ; two weeks aso. Judge \\'. F. :
ft/ ', 'e. at the Willis "Then theh:1'l'. no !language of theirown
stop And from the iniiiteseeij upon that hOlly the ,'
stepped! fojthoarl Importance
li'u K'CO.'S. ; duly an uent.-LonJon Tit- Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
i 1_ stumMnl and fell. The wheels of stamping out this lawlnssne Hits.

parted over his thigh. .
I 1".0. HKKNT, W'II.II: KSOWLKB W. K H\KK. JK., J. H, UKKBF:
&? ...."V"JPARKER'S Tte holy was shipped to Anpista Arrests have not been made ani I.Ike For like.
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President. Vtce Preeiddnt. l'a ebier. ABB t Cashier
jJ.J-'ic HAIR BALSAM where his parents reside therefore no names have been mentioned The ragged customer passed: Into the -
';./J--- I J r'l.u mil kaul.".. the kt:t.r .
**" 4 fc9'' "?hi? Iuvr..nt pruirthf'Cr hut it Is understood that quite cheap Bash finpoiluin! with Mich na-

".?J.. -T2-'*l11ur'''" to Fails rte to Yoiiihful Ur.tor Color.Or y a sensation will develop when they urance that his ordt-r was promptly

if-..%ij-B"'l,.(*;W1'i+v IP.d HIMH' rises' 'X11*Uri'IA/l hu.tx.m*. Avoid eriou" re-ult of kidney or are arrests il. forthcoming and even more rouiiitly First National Bank

bladder di-nrder by tikiny: Fole.v-. Prom retorts of this working of the (-3 H'Il. '

.I I Kiilnevrn'eV.; A. D'Aleuiberte, rand Jury s-everal inilictmer-t1! have "Here, here! trued the rathier at
,, S. PaLtfox.NASHVILLE.
v 121 : :
__ -__u__ been returned against the most prominent his i1fiirtiiu| form "This com you OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
Ii PUBLICITY FOR 1 men in KosrlusVo and this! connty gave, me i i.snoK'Miil!" I

WANTS the al] >c
j THE PEOPLE. \ to felonies.TK.N bock nn the !breeze .is he faded from :
i vfr'w.-Ialtillllll'\'lIo.ra.1.: : WM. H. KKCiWLEo A. B LOU NT. P. C. BRENT N. K. H YER. Jb :1

D. O. BRENT,
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II t.n'inrd Costs l on a Cent, \! CKNTS: WILt. CI'1trial !'ize of
PRESIDENTi Foley's' Honey and Tar H peculiarly
\ iud \\cry H< r>l is Read |c FIIv'; Cieain Itilm ; enough to convince adapted for chronic throat troubles I f1 e''

I V i\ Ftcryhody.: j jMOiNIiV i you that it is the rKiu-t of :and will 1'05itivf'lcurp bronchitis PrMg n i l !n m j t1 l 8a h q f ii'i i.#

:' I remediefor nasal catarrh or cold in hoar-enes-* ana nil bronchi di-. 'I''I'j. u .
Nasln.U.!! T. .
: 1') Ijli.N I). i n .S .it 1.1-Pr-: ; the head. Full size SO cent.. All ra"es. Hf-fl1..p anhtitutes.V., A
dent 1ttatt.A! \\.il l b. united to Na-'i- (lrn;!.,' -tt.Ve mail it. D'Aleinberte. 121 :S.\ IMUfox.

M!. 1 '!') I.I-M'on: improved real I'i- vile:: !lur the hors.1111\\' uhiih takipl.ue ELY HIWS t>G Warren Street.! I IJirWe draw oar own BilN of Exchange ju (!rest JirltaJu, fralaii 1

1'I 1 : i,< in lar$i-or-ninll Hinoiim- Ion I Ortoh.K1-:. This date imm New York. Germany j r'i ot iniiTioi I all 011 I.. -lir K. Bri oks, l.j; ,'{ Sf'cnlld'trf'f't., Albany N. Y. If want I
I rtiately follows thn< of the ui.viio| you a nice present to give f
r I.. > At ta.iil'S. 1'uialoj St Kisbnrb :Mer ELY I K IS. :-I Buffered way, Hwtj-Jen, eiiiaark and other European tooutre.
> to a friend and look through the
I uiu HmliaM house show to whuh ho is also Inut- KO ,
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I greatly with catarrh and tried dilfer-
I elegant line of suitable article at
-- '"h I and it is houl| I that h.. will fill I remedies ,. !'If "Ve4aels; DJabnrsed upon the AIoaToraM Terai sr.d then
without tts'ct. After i
i\l-\ .I'\\-II"'ou| t 'rd out
1 niout-y. J. I. Stephens, pu surely can find Taken at Pan if leatiraJou 7 en or Kifte T>
. \uu i'nn li.irrowany luii'iiint ton want I it |i.-sihlo, to ac, "t. Grin rUl r Bet I k- u-iii one bottle of ;your Cream Bam! something to please If Oillsfatlons Payable s t
lu-da)' "m-'i'i' tt'rnii sod lom-st ratrseoywbrra you. you ifter Vessel Arrives rhers
"II"bh'1I mproxcd city real ham of Kuitucky: Oou-rnor Candler.of I found relief and I cannot praietom want anything in the Diamond line --. - __,

,-.I"IrollWill.. thht'r.ti'l''I Koulli lutfI j'all101.lr..t. \- I frtonpia. have already been invit hi.'hly:. such a remedy.Ml ba sure to see him before: you buy. '1 &Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection

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L'oKA Wll.l-AKI
0-" and hi rh will Areept and shonl'l Is
_7, IMi'J.BAMJiE., with which we have A Priva Apartment fur thoUtc
Sept. I IFoley's
I f MW W.\. 'I' "" I'.IIKKUMONKY: the president i-ome hI' will lie with: I )
:u/j\P-t monry. ini-urt" your property pro- of Rentpr>t.
r.'.'ob.tract. uftltlf, buy or sell rxiil "a- tike governors ot tares southern states: ; .!? SA.L V Etha Honey and Tar
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have ,
la's. r. ni |> op rty i. any df-cnption prevents
cures colds, pneumonia
:-MIillcol.d or your tan nttKndfd to most healing: caiva the wor'rt
c..,"' 'i' or Kddrn Thus' \'. Watson Co. i n.'at'n... Cannot; If t'ureit WE WILL. FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE!
!. ti I- -tl\(" "lid insurance Hjcnta! Pen+ac.'la i by local application? they cannot I -
... 1''r.rR'' 1I.Jto'I"''', 'J'1t rvrryonew' i
1 ,;y 01lot front as ,..e will l,,nd money | reach the di-ea-cd portion of theI i THE NEW GROCERY STORE.MOVER r Mlxr' -wr hm 1
Y.t. arh:: 1 to butlJ. boon". Nrt-tf i i. M 1"a +t. i'i; \rnit i '11 KStrd Iw i
---- --- ---- I eurufut'r unlwins I .
1'1\1\1..11..1 I c"u nt.... i d c i I (I ., .',u
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tional rcmedieIiafin "" i- c.iuedhy
II:!r\T-fl'ront room; Iurlll.lu.l1. Mr
I I'I \ Kirkwitb, :'II North lunlou.iai an intl;imcd condition of the innj WILL
.' <.r"(tiiry. .""-!II' I I roulining! of the Ku-tachi.in! ,... 1 LL m' i K t. l r.. I ,i. ( ale j

When thi tube inflamed vouhn'r t i.-*,,! .
1,'( )ItA I I ;. ]I' orimperfecthell'- Keeps a Complete First-Class, Up-to-Date Stockof _... M, lull 1'/err ltn.rrM. t- -. ii
ti rtiinblinir \( .
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\ ..'- .nn bonif.mi Kii-KJaJ-'Jfii tri-ft ; i in;.;r. and when it entirely i cl"-i tl I Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No flr.IUI: \', l i ': '. r, i in j t !. .
dellililfull Ito ii" ? i l hr* i.> >
o uuliiul intt ru>r: ,.. .
.. nuhlrntus Ihtfue.it the t'r-ult, anil unlithe --; i, r a m", I .. 1. n i ', i i mli" I ,' )
k' : l I'ineurriiundMl witli ; .
30 W. Government St. Salisbury Block. : I i \ .1 i k IT. II
- i b ti..-,. owners err RIUIV to tract j intlanimation can be taken out 'II \ \ r -- ? M. <
!1i ,""'J"ill-.II at a h"rl"lli. ticss 111111'J | and thN tube rn-tnrrti to it-inn'in.ilI M i i I i If i.l |
in Insides. ruler by ,'ar. enquin ,j he-inn will he TIXKPIIOMairr .
.. condition : detroyed'forever I
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I Mu-ic Houaf. .Iw| 'I Rf I ', Cti
--- - ; nine ca-e> out of t n .,!'1' m 1 ?r ; I
I')' .* \l.K '.'.'i cent below art, a lute 'i i"t a IC t1) IW .
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F' per clu"l.lIl.:1tarrh., which j. not I.illl! 1 put !. Mi \i .fUllllll: HUB J InSALVONA

.:' '"11',.,,.inntline.1irnitii p.'r o-nt: lust brlom. organ from on-t the ht d'U favor KlMher'sMOI. mid) : i: hut an "urfa'intlained...... condition ..f thetllliPstllz I! The Star Laundry 4 SOAP CO., Car lift tt Pink Sts. ST. LOUiS MO. 111

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I I.. ll.'s.Tnrrngtuu:4t. If |, We willji\<- One Hundred Dollat- .-:-.::=.:. ".:- = ;" ". -';:::" -'.'- :. .:;;:. .= :'.' '-', "' :
: for any; case of afneaued! hy :i r
L'" -\I.K-Tbe iwo.t desirable lot In Biggest Busiest Best !II
r .. i icat.urh i that c.tnaot he ctiteU
') OU rosy terms by; the lo'lob..r ) hy NOTICK. CHOICEST
fGs. r-ate Agencyt4:, wouih I'K18/01 ,I Ihll'.Catarl'h Cure r-eiul for cir I --_. -- ----
t! halmY1 1 cularfn. I I liave bi-fii nut ?n/' il t" :Mk .
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.41\'1'1';I ). K. J. CJi K.NKV: : ft ('II Toledo, O. ;; : )! All Evoiiiii; Call on --uh-crij'tion-" i Win.: J' urulz-

':: SoU hv iruzgt-t' :. '; c. Ii I If. I'ryau'juiii"r, '-Tin (.,';1)11) "err.
\\ xll-h-Mnn: : to Ifiiru bi,rb-'' trailiiiactli'f .". I f FCOIT AOCONFECTIONER( ( [KI1" !
I "I 1wfrrrwork.rcprrt'II'' ;; : ; t'1, .... % t, Your Swell FricmN; The price i-j,. f 1.00 pf-r year III ..idnnce. -
Iriiurenil'I (
iii-inonstralion
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., for KruUuatt". I Il 'I I t:" .'"> 't. ." \ ., Th '?e des irin{ the pati r

1 .. .pporlulIlI'.s i': .1. \\'.,.:.-t S"tuul >-. baatdualnlue ;I: NEGRO KILLS 11. : 'h :p it you will find will he warmly re ': MH h.iv" it .>, ::t to tt. ni by ><-t:dir:' -.-\ -

., and partKulBrIIIK.II s' : :" t-fivod if are well and il.l'Uto' the uiul"ri'iifcd.H. .
llah..r l'oll..g.., Ni "WI' <1",11..1 I ) : ? you neatly C. APOSTLE'S

.lltf I: SICK WIFE\ !I 'f i .ry. ..1 ; / kf: dre-ed and your linen i-. irropnuch M. Rmr1IE, i ,
wnr-I i '. ", '.t. Carr: Duly N-wd.
\1 > :Military i 1.ulI'\ l.ttiiU :: ,! '" : :, ;/;, i ii U East Goernm( St.
:> anti :SoldiHrs'..' \iinunnnl llonif-I i Pr J I .: :' J\ n) to: ablp.woman of rdinetneutalway : I IF.

h__.._ u.M."> It... K Kellij-.l urd IUlldrnll.l--lm I rr ( \.. "r.1t'\. gatlee: amnII'nll bred tn- I Ul"r I.:. Ci"rj.-a; lit'i'iruitHtanJ!

.. '. I.t' #I' -l-.J:1: :" t t. 3 1 -duct- by the condition: of hi* linen, i :' Every Woman ..
\ t PrUI.4. ; I .r !1 O. ,I..1.1 .
\ 1 Kii-AU nude ofnipty Columbus. C.t.; 5rpi i 1:. -Da the )'<: I '"" r 1'< h.:: ::1 .cr 'rj.le-iatll.7t .yJw"iv
\.FMHii**. nov( tl farm ot MiOlauiie: 'in/nrr, n. ,in, 1 r"I f 4 .. (' :t. ',,j\ and he ;*.e?; into her presence ar- I! ."/4P : Iiillirv ,

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L'. l''tl.ltwKI! -.I.al- --AM- -J-l'MfH- -- and Kill-'d his w tl:. Lena Muni:, !, '". i:1:: ).X:'r-.tJJ.. collarand cat(.! have been done uj I ., .....;.... N ,1 7M-W, ..n,1n,1..I'n.' I ,', .
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while! ho in bed ill with ( illused '" at theStar! :\ Laundry. I II ..... cSb* .. _, :
t Itlll.1.I..rntt. : : anti (i. J. : lay WT. \,.......,::...'-" : ,, ",, -. \1 .... ; .: U
I r. mlikll! and I -- !t.Io. ;
N' pump Itlllb-I the .
and
oman was
pistol
iait,1.o..nt on the IIt.H9ll a .nJsuntly I t.9 .....Jngl.1 hr 4 '' tiny l'\j Jlt s iT:superior.R.i.s .

.i'... .,: .1'"fI-'','.n. .ar.low.M. Mrrritt. hut, UI1tilt.-lrktlyepot. kilit'd.Iunn trial WR bound; arrested O'rII.nd II;i I ALL WORK c. o. D. Gelds CailEi! for aid! DelIvered Free Ifl," urn .I. ae'.1 II:. I f'ta II ia11n1e1 to iD 'f 'ut.'a, I t'I
:uaIitt' gist n a preliminary N'.I.IIII.d. nod methhNtnt r t-' y lid biji- i.:\ ,
... ... ..
--, .- ----- carried to jail at Op..lika.Iunn fw'' .k- .I.d II.."'TI'tI, ,, t T 'S ITC iii 4811 'tir9 the I
r.I t
II TELEPHONE J 14. 27 GARDEN ST. inn i..1" ": r< : "|Insre l
_._ P.tIJII'ltS' ...,.v. \ .vvwvv- says his wife committed *uiride. but I : Ia..<1\1 illM. lflKl.f.0., a .. -"I-. it tip outdo, ,

.\", 1 K 0 MB. HftUN's LEEiHUKNNsale.. his l )-)ear-old son sajs Muna )dil.-ther. Room sec Tlmfs Kldg.. New 'Qrk. 4c Kin o tl- ii i.rrisTi
s'vely Mock and t.Itl: for WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
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't' "d'r- Itt Wttlillardwarec'o's. W tI i ,

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. ,... I"frl\U. _:-1.-lnMil.., __ A Sail Ili.ai>i>olninieiit.inelfective i ESTABLISHED 1862. LODGE DIHECTOHYKNIGHTS *&8 CUSE:; YOURSELF! !
11 1 I' \ I'I'1lIUl.t'I\: rroprnher fl U.fJ t"r unnatural
;: I". .autrl 1"11"01 S0 :. w..t Jackson' liver medicine: i.* a dl.. : --- lulw'lr.s iL'fih6 dl.rhtrrrlled.mmeU.ne, t .
1,"' I. 1'.'!. tealinnmilt", l.i. ::1.4 '' : :,vrl ft irrlt.tl..rj rOui ur i
;.... l ou':i 11 i per iiuuuii or Vi.im for app j ointment, but you don't w1nt to i McKENZIE OERTING & CO. OF PYTHIAb tcttoy ,ra t( ma<'ont
"I..tlone'i
I' led
't''n'\ 4'lraII purse, ,;otr.tinnd break: tne gl I u-.d of ,. ['htir9.CdtwalC FRWIU l4,tu. ), erut.r Hi'D'u n:-: r

.V I DeWitt' e -DI4LEK8 IS- 0 i Pf'nJiacula Lo lg'. Yo. 3. K. of P..
lit i Gt11)i.K.tKAHVHE1KaPStanutacture tits ..tomach and bowel*. sue)etnp. lwse Lr Cra 41a,

Ii- ; : 'r Little Early 15ier! never dippoint.. meets every Monday T LIng D&a, otlwnt in plate, wrepyt, ,
M.1. a.d afHlor in Hair t.ooh.liati. ToIlet They. cle'ui'-e the system of all poi-on Ship Chandlery and General 8ardcaare. i at -.'" at Csstl". Pal II Ly on'IP.r 3 9.b.lti pnpad r,1.15.rTlrtuler .tat
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a I In tae Bionnt Wrttoi .eL(1)s .
. _.::-t S. H.UrOIl.tc.,3.' > W. ton'rODl..1l1 tnd futriJ matter-uidd'i it so gently! hnlldlng third floor rwol1. .f.fP
thatmneeuj'ty* the pleaint olivet 60S AND BOS 4. P.U..U'UX STnt .;T. I Vlalllng brethren oordtailweloomed I'
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t- C..IC bT16 b (r .Lle.i
_' I 1 .tct. 'r.t F'or 1'user..I.... |""..\ arp n tonic to the !t\'r. Cure: ?:J
------------- ? .AGENOY i H A I I.reH. .
-- -- EKHYROYAL PILLS;

F' !'A Cpa 1K: -"* in FUK bouquets FUNF:1CALl onpt'cl81: furatene0p' dedfgt.e binoiijuetorpid. HaritiV Phiruucy.Sh liver l and.preventfever. John !,' REVERE COPPER CO lPANJOHN A. ROEBLINO'SOM! COGALVANIZED /' i i 'C.e-' HORSLER K. K.4 M. IJ ./"'*. atF) Nngb....hi ed.v a/r Led.eau.prrxla.g lrniittfe.t .

t M t oiette )Moieno. s west Gregory ":pp'ird, Sidney Kthn.O.A.BTOEt.XA.. I' WIRE ROPE, A. P.CSSEL & SON'S PUilFS.Ciifii Jt r.- k 1 ::Il lit." q!: J...U'.H
_ -r :iwi.mand tr -"' ,\ IU It I. =-- Ptli! 8s!! Iiatlet! !BtreBiits; dirts Iicksn dill 'Y f' .. .. ( J.h..lh..P.d...
_.. ..' .ow l:: t tordigi :. Seasonable household l \.L.J 11.110" -.hot"."'". ... 1.1te-
I'I'C01lPRQE8. f A ., :' ,;.';;' 'T:: ::. t.!
LOGS. ETU
( '' 'w'F.KM Moral ".!ltne- \loan the il! iU j Y 3 Hale J\\31:\ Bcffitk c and kitchen utensils at the k;:: lj...Mr.... .. ...'(. r No
v, h to'lgni ordered for cnstomrea C. McKenzie Oertla? Collecting A;ent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Asgoelation. i/. ,.... I.. ..... .... -.... !Sollkf,
:*' '.' .t. Mori-co, KS; West Ureory svdltr L'gcatsre rf I Willis Hardware Co.'s. ,..... .t ..........I'"....r. .i'91LLI.1'h..1 c.,...


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, T ESDAY. SEPTEMBER t8, 1902

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I I FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY -

I IS RECOVERING 1 I -

ONE MORE SUNDAY LAW
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VERY RAPIDLY :I YOUR .,

Complete

I3 'r.j 'r. VIOLATOR CAPTURED LAST
L. Peter Scharnbeau. the well- '

j known bay foreman, who has been .?. CHANCE:

suffering some weeks with typhoid
TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OHi\ Cn. ,
fever, is today reported as recover-

lt Trial In City Court This Morning TreatmeNt ing very rapidly. His chance for
Odd and End
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i, recovery last week were decidedlypoor. Sale
'-" Doctors had about despaired
}t. I : IS THIS WEEK AS SALE END
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; : Developes Amazing Attempts to Violate City of his life. He lives on East Jack- SATURDAY

J" EVERY street.
J Ordinances..Witnesses Held tor Perjury. FOR
LADIES'X3.00
1 f li i
TO RELIEVE
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THESTEAMER Oxfords Pat Leather,
George H. Wells: who last March: i I t tifyiug to the holder's membership, ECHO ,: 211.

i 1 : was convicted in the city court for a !Iwas issued and when once m the HumourPrice i I < .<

violation of the Sunday: law by disk 1 room could get all the beer wanted. The steamer Simpson, which ha \ LADIES'

i p Jsiug of liquors was again arrested I j i ]Robinson's membership card was sailed for St. Andrews will later go S2.30Sandal
I *, 2-Button,
on an identical: charge yesterday I Iuftemoon held as evidence by the city. It was to meet and relieve the tug Echo in ;

y 9 by Officers Sanders and j i1 $1.00 Alabama waters, taking charge of I $1.89.

" i II r.e, f Y-_ Ray and his hearing: in the police presi-1 CUTICURA SOAP,to cleanse the skin the latter's,; towing while that steamer j MEN'S -

1 i court this morning developed an ;j Morris Bear of the firm of; Lewis of crusts and scales and soften the thick- comes over to Pensacola, where it i|I I MOO
ened cuticle CUTICURA OINTMENT,
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1 r amazing attempt to again evade the i I ]Bear & Co. testified: to having fir to instantly allay itching, inflammation is today stated, she will be converted ;, Southern Tiea and Con r.--

intents of this good law. Several i|I time sold whiskey and beer to ,and irritation,and soothe and heal, into an oil burner. 'I t.c $247.

witnees who llatly contradicted I the club. Three ur four cask of and CUTICURA RESOLVENT PILLS, I
to cool and cleanse the blood. SINGLE I!
/ -* themselves in the tximmition: ? byIa'or i, beer per week and from two to four SET of these great skin curatives is For the next
f I At Almost t C Cost t 60 days-fur-1'
Jones: were ordered held for ,I ;gallons of whiskey were furuishej often sufficient to cure the most torturing niture at O. iI\'

pi I perjury, and the mayor said that he i I the club, Wells always paying the disfiguring,itching,burning,Heeding : :M. Pryor's to make room for new ,; i 4 3
skin
crusted, scaly, and pimply stock. j
niteuj to end the stubborn wit- I bills. Each cask of beer aid the scalp, and blood humours, with loss of -- -.-- -. -_._- o

nesses to the criminal court for thus witness, contained 123: bottle If hair, when all else fails. The finest line ot umbrella in the '
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Y Wk city is at J. I. Stephens': Go look'at MEYER SHOE CCFeel
1j: i r I te-tifying falsely. I Wells did not pay, another ollicer of Millions of People them. I

(: t I f Wells, who pored as president; oft the club footed the bills upon pre- l.H 'Tlft'R'P., a-eltted t>> Ci mrRAOixmiNT
,. the Utopia club composed of a large ntatlOIl.. ,j for i>n>en1n punt iuf, and CLOTHING AT FuruMfix for alt (Only.
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iV-v LeauUulngthe sktuforclean! iiif the scalpof
membership and having headquarters Robert Drummond a witness who crutM'.ilrs,and dandruff,awl the etup- LESS THAN COST 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
ping, of tilling: hair fur bOf\t'nn,lateuintf
HI the new building at the corner i i j gave damaging testimony yesterday, I and euotlung red. ,rough; anilure hiu.lfor -
it and 311'' for
baby ra-bris Lin-- cliaiiuKs
of and Government called. He could remember
a1 Tarragona was no Beginning Thursday I will offer
all the purl- s of the toilet,bath and nurs.
:*: ? streets, was charged with selling: material points regarding the existence ery. alillluuaoftt'umrau.eCUTttritA'IJ.\ for sale at 2iK South Palafox street HEY !
In the form ot Laths for anuoylug ImUUoiis, #5WO worth of Clothing, tMioes, '
t liquors on Sunday aud also with retailing of a bar in the club but by ,, Inflammations, and ciconationf,or too free Men's Furnishings: etc., at just what I i! You remember I told about all the New Goods ,
or offensive perrplratlon, In the form ofwaliis you on
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tr liquor* without a license. HeW some sharp interrogations the mayor' for ulcerative weakncurcs) and for they will bring. Greatest bargains'ever ; "

S 1 'i represented; by Sina'l. Pasco drew conflicting statements from 'I readily.uge4theuisclvesto many eaiutlrp, antisoi'tic !)Url"'cShlch women. offered here.F. E. BRAWN EB. j I I WELL,

; ,i + !;sq., who male a great: light for his Drummond and he was ordered to CtTfl'l.K.nE..I'L\"F. 'T rILL< (Chocolate -- --- -
Coated) are a new, tastelns: cwlorles, ec.rnnwtedstit.stitule Garden hose at the Willis :. It's here, and ready for INSPECTION and I'URCF\ -
t client. I take his ;seat in the prisoner's dock !i' C'CTtr'rR1 IF IJL\FNT.as for the well('elebTatedlipid as fur all other Hardware Co's. Have we trot Swell Good, ? Well what a question. Of cAll -,'r

1 The fret; witness called was: Spec-I for thus testifying falsely. LI"uII'unJil'r"an 1' i \...hi. W doses, :!.".c.
1e I cap containing jinoe to date even if you don't feel that way.
J. ill: Juicer Sanders, who testified to Gus Richardson, colored, had been I Soil throughout the world. SUP.ole.: OUIUIIT, I will repair your watches and ,
r tO<-.PI1.L5,:Sx- ant..hbexlh.d: howe.q), in first-class J. 1Ktephens.
I : L<.ndim. French Iwpot: i Hue d.l.P....Ftro P..th jewelry style.
1 having gone into the club's headquarters served with beer in the club la=t al.waCsaa.Waraukt'rupt.liuwaU.S.A. CLOTHING.

.1 4 yesterday, ostensibly looking I :Sunday. He had never ?'eenliquors .
The GARSON MEYER CO'rt, a line that for manufactur.
;: for a party He was admitted i i :in the club but on Sundays. will satisfy the mot fastidious, and, I don't stop at the d,,t .
t I'1 ''i' by WElls and another p:.rty. In a'|' N. Reacherefu-ed to te-tify in the WNwnWNNNfflFall know the J. & M. Shoe and Juo. B. ::;tet .ln Hats don't t.k
I for anyone, and have you ever heard a complaint again-t f: IAmerican J
; room near the head of the stairs he 'fearof: himself. The
incriminating Hosiery Co's Underwear Well. I guess m>t. ai.: I
tl? found a counter, behind which were ,I Ii i ;mayor began to question him and besaid I Did you say Neckwear Colin- and Cuffs? You bet I
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rr 4S ii Announcemento every description. Ju-t drop in or fall: in and you will h.- ;
Il mirrors. Under the counter stood ,: he had seen beer there. fitted up to a (Queen's taste. Yours for Men's Furni-lm.
+
ip tub, which had been filled with I'I Wm. Graham refused to ti-tify t\.'-o .
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t'w..+ter and which were used In w ash-11,I even before the mayor had spoken to L L JOE COLEMAN.

,1 i t 'i rue glasses and bottles. He Rbu,': him of his privilege. He mad.. avery I LOUISFRIEDMAN&OO. :1t1 'oot.TIt 1'\1\1 1Ip \ .

., r'' found numbers of empty whi-key'i i, stubborn witnes-, aud cl.unwd .--
.! he had been drinking of lard uudI
: aiul beer bolt!$, one of which had
I could! remember: nothing, R. POU ty-t'v-t
i, F : ) i but recently been used and contain-1 i I Ii \l/l': a I'*' ini\\ li'c,'i\ in": 111I,' ill' tlu' PI.l'ttil..t.a.* ,
i :Scott:: Douglass, Harper John ou YY
{ tar; a small quantity of hUkey. tall! a- one ol the )Ift st p-Ift-Hate fall

; J rJ *Eji Mr. Pasco entered an objection toj j liar-,, ;; SIII'I; (\I'r broHht to 1"1'1I"u.'III... : : : : FEED, LIVERY AND SALE SI' A3JS.
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) I i witness te-tifyiug to anything he ) club on both week days and Sunday We have ju-t received a Large Assortment of striped: OPEN DAY AXD NIGHT 1.. WtM Jutl'IHlcllf'i.1, -

t \ -iw or knew other than list :sunday ,!' *. French Flannel the Latest Thing for Wasting at -- --

ii: I' ; the date specified in the amI I,| The imperfect memory possessed 15, 20, 50 and 75c yard. POU & GINGLES Managers.
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,, by West Coker an employe of the ,
I ,: e. davit, as to when the law waviol itoct. j
club resulted m him beau held for .
I II / Ginghams for School Dresses at S, 10, J. anal 20e yard t!) ,14. -
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: The mayor overruled the obj-c- !:! perjury. p
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I tion, holding;, that: any sale of liquor I i The mayor: took the case: under ad- Our line of Flannelettes are the very best at

t I or maintenance of a bir =since last { vi-ement until tomorrow morning. 8, 10, 12>2' and 15c yard. F R. pout .27!

c 1 ti:arch, date of the defend uit'- con.ction I SaSr,7S 4SaSSS

ir \... was admiible! as evidence. I Five Thou-alJd- Yard Embroideries go 011 :Kale Monday at fc< .< FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBA.MER.
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Johnnie Robinson colored! had SOCIETY EVENTS l 5, 8 and lOc yard.
; 17 Vest Inknd ncia Street. Office\ Phone 31. Ili lJ 1<-:., i
Worth I>Juble.A .
.. wrist into the club room I last !" I"unda\

wttn, a fraud and had be. '
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( L.. :f. < wi'!. b- .r. Tie! only rt >|'ii-ite to I AND 11ERSONALSJa VISIT TO OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENTwill THE WEATHER |I, insures The! man himelf who OWII,u..
Yalu: aduiittiinc** w<'- the payment of ('convince you that we have one of the Swellest; Line- of I trouble and worry. N
.t ; K'-.tdv-to-NVnar Hats ever brought to P..n acoh. raise his rent and V! < f.It't-
Prices
i ttlll Ct tit; Fr tinsiim a card, c -r- -
no terrors for him. A
art- ilway- light.'S!
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i' t ;. J. Beall of tl.e Dod-ou Prmt- '-""' TODAYLocal a home uowadayTb" ., C.
.> A CiUrs I'Honl.l\I;: j ers :Supply Co. of Atlanta i- In'i.. to I Watson & Co. c,m "' '
kn ; 1 -- day. urAuxiou- to Plwa-e easy it is. Call and -II. .
; liv"v loFer llfr.,'lflicii
t t Itniu.inj; I
1 l i E il.run. I Buekner Chipley, Esq; ihome Louis Friedman & Co. nesday. t'orl'C'lht-t'OIr 11'lit to fresh to east'nuut to and'uulb.htIIId. \Veil- i Ii Pyny.ttataamstopf IU'1

i ]rt i 'I am a ,teno<;rr.iphei'' That I from a short business trip to Evergreen a .. tijQoicUilUit: Wd..uuii.iroL ILi Lf1
,+'' statement: brings up a picture of long''I: Ala.
y tiHirof '
Ure-om- indoor cirlineuieitt
k/; j. 'r clo-e mental concentration- Mr. Arthur H. D'Alembtrte: and Madmuni.-Temperature.. .in.....Last.. .. 24 Hours-: degree5: .

: finsubequeutexhaustuntuJbrainfag his daughter, Miss Bessie i left last Minimum ... ... .......... .." .. .. ;"d rgrrei> ;
riieu come? up the r'NJ ijUBs- night; for Nashville, Ten!!. '
11 tIIU, Temperature Elsewhere :
l < A younu' hrty in J) lyt'Hl, Ohio, W. A. McLeod, E-q., of Milton Green Watson & Co. )1"', arm
r o. write"Soujrt tim ago f W'h a Atlanta .... ... ............... .. ;2 5.4 jNICK'S
and J. McDavid of Chumuckla, KiMiiarck, ... ....... .. ; I .',
u' I'.f'at'.rrapher in a lar;e city retail are here Chicajo ... ....... .... .. '4Cincinnati. :.. I
: ; ,-:ore and having the ri--pon"'il ilityot today on iiuportatt lusi- K. IIALLIDAY .'\: CO'S 01.1) .sTAM ... .......... .. t., II
Il .i; t tnt4 officr w rk resting: taruPlt nes matter. ': GaiveSton.... .. .. ... .. .... Tt ....
.. oa swirl up- ,. 0-_ _, _, -- ---- Huron .. ..... ... ... ................. -I i.
iutmy Lp.1Ur.iJually; to i Jacksonville..........___ .. .. t" .
1 decline, and I stood faciuz ttin dii)! Mr;. Thomas Bailey aud Miss Josephine Kansas City__...... __. ... ,""rt ..!
;l r, cult problem of fluUin<; rl'll..l..f stints I Bailey of ;Mobile are Key West .. ........ ..... .. ...... .... -..
; f kiud or l leaving guestof ? g Rimm d thi417id0Tars Mempliia ..... ..... ..... .. ...... ;- .
i k o my -ttiuiiou., Wury. I Mr!*. M. A. Touart on East luteudeucla m Mobile ..... ... .......... ..... se .. nB TAunUT! I
1 a J d-'d 11 my trouble ; I b 'came dy.e 'J Montgomery ....................... .. .,: :
tP 4.t pept.c and nrv,,us Iud -i-Uefed I street. i i New rlaas.vew'iorli ........................ :
s Y i wit:. lusomuu and re-tle .... ... .. .. . .- ADAILY
siiess uttiUi.t. "
I yyy 1 : I T. C. Jones, editor of the Chipley savannah .. .. .... '" .1
c I bt. Louis ... ....0........ L ,I II'
U is
I vat speaking of illness inner here today en route home : in
r' my one Positively Everything Snort Lengths Host t Go --- -- .,
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d d.ittl trained from Monroe
i a uur-t? wbo! tecotn- county, Ala., where he' Lay the dust. Youcanltuy .
tn-lied that I :
begin a -" "telluticdlPt : has been for two weeks locking after MENUS
II : of (iral' -Xu:, at "m-H a, *!lP'{'i personal tu-ines-s. New Good-are Pounn.'m, The Annex to our !tore is not yet completed garden hose at the Willis a(
I 1 ; : had seen its benefioul ,feet upon' Space i is getting to be an object and we must have room. Hardware Co. Comprise nil! t JI-
# fired-t-vvral of I did.So her.patients: who haj suf- j Mr. and Mrs. Gas A. :Soderlind of ;, Date Dishes t. ... .

I ss began; : to use the fo'Icouacik I West Government street are parents colic EARLY D GET SELECTION.With :. U Cleaning o. ladies skirts and waists I kets of the W A
1.i'fta
of
OLe .r specialties. Star Launiry.
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F ontiou-ly. It formed my entire "f a big; boy which arrived at their j AIf"d 4
1t {jr-- ikfast with perhaps l'. I ,, ,',, 'e or some other nourishing drinku.il : o'clock. All are doing finely. Dresses; Hacqaes; Etc., for the children. For a bad: tate: in the m ,nth take ../.
I second dih.1:4 taken at the i ipv Chamberlain's Stomach al.d Liver ,.--
; ..iiui; hu-al. lu about two weeks ]| The ,;soiree of the Mrs. '
; Williams j Remnants of Outing. Remnants of Canton Flannel. Remnant Tablets. For sale by all druggists Private A,
of
4 time I began to feel stronger: ijand j jmore 1 MissTorkelson and medicine dealers.;
dancing school i White and Red Flannel. Remnants of Dress Goods. Remnants J(
J s tiopetni and of Calico.
I ; my digestion: appetite
t were better; I was less: nervous will be given Thursday night in-i i Remnants of Ginghams. All from one-half to four yard lengths. Home Furniture, go Dining Parlor. ** .;
l # S 2 aud could sleep. I continued the stead of Friday, on account of an 1! put up in assorted bundles of 20' to 40 yards. !I I If You Vint\ t aC,.
!: 2 dittt steadily and son courage and attraction at the opera house for the I !I to. PRYOR'ri.Grass .. '
vitality began to revive and once latter Light. To close out the Short Lengths of -- -- &{
t e 4' more I began; to think success Jar I. Embroideries, Beadings, Insertions Shears that will cut Regular Dinner Daily. :;
somewhere in this big world for Miss Emma t Scutt of Ht. Louis ,
me. a and
work Edges, they will be 5c per yard or 30c i: close, at the Willis Hard- ..
My smoother
grew and easier skilled! trimmer, has arrived here [ ..
and after seven mouths of this diet i ware I Cogs.1at /
r }:s; I could do almost twice the amountof and will have charge of the trimming : for 6-yard pieces. 1 1I I I Short Orders I'roinp'' '

work in a day and do it easily and department at Mrs. N. Bow-! I'I Filled.' Night or !>II>
i, .1 a without feeling exhausted. ers' millinery store. Mia Scutt THEY ARE WORTH 15 AND :20s! Yard. The best for the :i:
i( it tk Today I am filling a much more ;, I tt I price ever sold here. -
.' responsible position and do the work comes highly recommended by some I 10 pieces Worsted Materials, assorted colors and qaalitles: [ (-lightly'I''I reN'el': O. M. Pryor'sFurniture If U'iBom tbnf bo" '
Jl' r} easily and satisfactorily. I attribute of the largest and best millinery em- damaged) to go QUICK at 5,10 and 15c yard. j(I Htorp.CHBV. you with you'll n.O >.
Ir j it all to Ura 'e.Xut. winch I still poriums in this country as an artis- II No.rICJ-_
continue to u?e. For a palatable: : tic trimmer who keeps up with theconstantly I Nick Apostle'
and healthful diet, there is nothing I I the captain: own-
f4 ", oc tie market to equal it, and the changing advances of GREEN WATSON & dt\EITHER' contlgneei of the Restaurant.
hI, }+ fict should become of comtnoaknowledge. fashion. She invites the ladies of CO. I I for Bright debts contract will be Popular
# ." Name given by PCScm Peusaeola to call aud inspect her ed by the crew of eald vessel 1
Co., Battle Creek Mich. work. L.ANDER8EV
.' Telephone 193. I I W. 8. Kejser 4: Co., Captain IJIIIJII11\
Consignee. lis fvr'I) ) v \) \t .