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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 18, 1902
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VOL. 38. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA THURSDAY AFTERNOON SEPTEMBER 18. 1902 NO 4

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SPEAKER HENDERSONIS CHINESE !; PORTO- LIVELY FIGHT OVER -1;







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r Refuses to Accept a Renomination II I MANY DISTRICTS LOOTED AND OPPOSINC FACTIONS PREPARINC I Roosevelt and Child Labor Points ;

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NUMBER OF CHRISTIAN FOR AN AGGRESSIVE II I '

For Congress. I at I Issue. ; .

KILLED. CAMPAIGN. f

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Special to The News i
I Special to The Daily News. Special to The Daily News. Daily : I

r.( S '. t. 17.-Speaker IHI I I \\ ill give later on in some detail: my Victoria, a 'C., Sept 17.-A latter' Ban Juan," I1! I., Sept. l7.-On No>v. ,

.' -. ID I'-iiiiialdeTihis \\ views and convictions on our conditions I5irmir.ghajii. Ala. Sept. li.-Whan BLIND MAN f
4 W.K be held
na.// reached Item a thoroughly trustworthy an election covering till

... t tic r.,ugre=sional and on \public questions and wills correspondent Nanking staeJthat entire Island, at which time a resident the Republican state convention re-aB- .

following I t!' reasons why tile Republican s'enibled this morning it was evident
"i i1..-crit-t The: my the rebellion is entirely at an eni commissioner to the United States, five HITS COMBINESpecial i,
party and its policies! should that there would be fight that
a. i i. | !> was received today continue delegates from each legiei.ttitedistict, a on ;
General 1 :Ma one of the ablest Chinese
in the confidence of the j
,"'I..itij request to reiousidiri voters a mayor for eacu munidial( district part of the plddfoim a* reported by
f the United states and way the doctrines officials in the south, was killed. I
'11' I ute n.-asicipal! judge, three school trustees the committee on platform yesterday
nf the Democracy should find Though the rebellion, so-called.!! Is alan to The Dally News i
i'I Jt'. Sept. !.-Messs. and members of the council will afternoon indorsing President: Roosevelt -
no lodgment in the faith and teachings end a disquieting feature of the sit.
...,: aL.t j:>. \V. Raihlmu. Dei1'iwa I be cho en. In San Juan two municipal fur a re-nomination. This opposition Pittsburg, 'Sepi. 1,2John Brislla !
of the Republican party. Very nation is that a large quantity of fanner roller who Antonie! Vin-
I Your Joint teicgiaridppii up- judges and two substitutes will bj Is understood to have had lra helped

dated, but 'al11.>t rt- truly yours D. U. Henderson." to-date rifles are still imported eon TOted tcrV.'h.ie origin in the recent action of the president ;: tan, another roller, Intent and patenta

tor after an age: spent n It is generally admitted that tho res- stantly. The Chinese complain tint :; the campaign has cot fully!! is removing William Vaughan, table for carrying hot ingots of steelto j

>! my country and dio- ignation means a crisis In the affairs they are smuggled over the Tonkin I otened, jet the first few meetings retiring Repuolican state chairman, and from rolls mechanically and in f

,.:.:, ,t auiniesce inn.niste"-stt; of the Republican party over the tariff frontier. hate been thtatiical.! The Porto Rican from the office of district attorney fur whose favor Judge Bumngion gave a ?
and kindred questions. It brings decision the Steel I
t taaa' poison to cure the: trust The town of Tunghua Hsian nortn- is a good citizen. He generally north Alabama tor alleged neglectof against Carnegie

'i I abhor. (Signed) D. B. clearly before the public the ebulitions west of New Ctwang, Is reported to minds his own business and believes! duty. There was also a feeling ot company, when told of his fortune today -
that have been stirring the vitals of
'.. have been occupied by the brigand lead. In the adage "Ihe and let live"-until opposition to the clause in the platform said: :

i 1' II' t.,i. rsou announced his the party, especially In the west. er, Liu Tang-Tsae and followers. Mai-: It comes to politics. Then there are condemning child labor in cot "The news is too god to be true. ;.
"The news I is too good to be true
.i: tier a conference of sevutf' ing this their headquarters, they are no halfway measures. If you are on i ton mill.Asabon

: Chairman Gla! ..t-r. ot SAVANNAH said to be busily looting all the districts the opposite aide whatever that maybe i' as Chairman J.V.. Davidson fights. I had given up hope. Do i iyou
your opponent considers that )'Otl' caked convention to order a mean it is true? Oh how : J
the
around. The boxers still active
-- ..,jl! fommitte'. and se\- are in
thank for bringing me the glad tidings. 1
are not entitled to live and that you committee on nominations was named. you
and local
Chengte The '
.. FREIGHT RATESSpecial increasinly so. -.
afternoon. Hemp'aticir
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foreign officer reports the districtto have lost all! claim to rcspectabilky! The platform and resolutions as ic-
ce'nt t
have lost I have made
this actioi
:< because believe Le dU every
be in disorder, several you do not as 3. ported by the committee were than
great placeshavng
and I worked for 40 long' I f
it had intimated no.h :: been attacked, others burned This being the case with one faction read and when that part of it indos-: years.

to Tl,i Daily News: down and a nuiabtr of Christians who and the other it would be really ing P.' ,?idtnt Roosevelt for the nomination started at the trade at 12 cents a day. "
When I quit I was getting $11. Ohl
r. Savannah. Ga.. Sept" 17.-The Savannah resisted having been killed The British seen that when Greek meets Greek ,n 1J04 was reached there were ,, 9

, Cotton Exchange's membersare and foreign Bible societies have there i jj bound to be results: of th- loud nits: of ":\0, no." it's too good to be true I
Brislin is Mind and ia 75; of
t complaining! of discrimination! iu had one colporteur Killed in inat district Donnybrook s.xcli; > more or less. The platform! a= reported to the coa- years ,
Thus far lets meetings: have been enticn reaffirms the Pailadelphia plit- age. His partner died two years
rates ; Savanah. and there
trwgLt against They are rumors not yet
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He left his interest to Brlslin.
t I held which hate not ended with a few form favors the organization of la_ ago. ,
tl are circulating a petition asking thjpresnVut confirmed but believed to be reliable, If Brislin ever lives to secure his
that others han suffered the broken heads and the grave charge bor for its legitimate protection, au I i
anti directors to take up th3 two ; ;: same rights he can recover at least $3,009,.
uas been I made that the police were the enactment of laws for the peaceable I
mater aud ste that the discrimina-: fate.A 000 In royalties for Infringements on
l gentleman who recencyisJtel l M!:the least active in either precipitating and fair settlement by arbitration
tens arc removed. They declare thati patents. This would fall heavieston
or lending passive encouragement ; of disagreements as the) uuy
I New Chwang says tho Russians are i
will the United States Steel
: unjust rates operate againstthe : corporation.
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making all for their I ) to one or thw other faction. arise- between organized capital anti
preparations! retirement
!port, aid prevent cotton from beUK Brislin until recently was a janitor :
T'iuttj !in !{!leo there strictly i
from Manchuria at an earl Porto are I labor, favors cbiU law I legislation r- i
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muted .u Savannah or haudloatueie in the Uakewell building but lost tU
1 0KAVlll date and expresses the belief thai I speaking, two parties, the Repubfican luting to work i in cotton mills, urges: place through loss of sight "

! they will do so. At the same time pay: cow in power and the tae extension of education in tic .
that !
II is \IWU the freight rate
he admits that they are net likely to American Federation. Another par state, condemns "the spirit which Not Doomed For Iiife.
101 uurtHjrtiug: cotton from SdViinia '
which ty has sprung up in the past few seeks to arouse prejudice of the p -o-
of the
give II Some places
{) on
;: to t ;'a lath, N. C.. is 30: cents I "I was treated for three years by I
they have spent considerable sums, weeks which styles itself Unionist. Its pie against the railroads. and advocates
j>e> untiled "pounds; to Lynchbur, good doctor," write W. A. Greer,
is Utopian to such an extentthat laws
such a* Xew Chwang and Tahen Ray platform the enactment of M red: I
Va rents hundred. The lat.f"J -
per nor to retire without some ort cfHuivairnt it is not being considered seriously ulaticg! : the railroads a.s to adequately! McConuelUville, ()? for Piles and 1
out is -Mi: miles! beyond Char-
: for what they have aippcs"j by the other two. protect the interests of the people, but Fistula, but, when all failed Jtuck-
aim a.iist be reached through
lotti
they had acqnked. nor even then to Two years ago the Federals cast, are opposed to any drastic measures len's Arnica !Salve cured me in two i
there \\;:a. u shipped via the Southern
absolute relinquishment of their claims *;o vote at all, claiming; that it would which may deter the investment rf week-s." Cure* IJuni. JJruises, Cut,

rauwaNeither rate is influenced make an absolute nMinquIshmvnt of be- useless to go to the polls as the capital in railroads and industries :n I Corn-.Kores! Eru I't ion", !Salt Rheum,
-\ wat.1' route files or no l 5c at W. A. D'Alemberte's '
their claims! that Republicans would count them out. Alabama. I pay.
". upon countiy.The
i- shown;! that theocean rato .
Hi which The Federals are going to the polls! The platform then expres-e fait'i drugstore
steamer o Maru was
.:r Sat.innah to New York is dearer ; I
U. IIEMiNKSi x sent by the Japanese government tithe this! year and are going to see: their in the administration of 1' ".J<-Lt
I' u. :mull :any other Atlantic port and
votes ae counted as cast. la this Roosevelt and : NEGRO BAPTIST
I scene of the recent eruption at says I I'e ,
.... .. r tu Savannah than to the in- .
O a \f Torishama! has returned to Yokohama. determination they have the Indorse "\\ express our faith: tn his thoroughly -
T. i'.i: buyer For iiibtauce, the Main

'i'. II According to news brought by the meat of the go\'t.rr.or. who has declared American and patriotic itc.i'l.1!
:, buyer may ship via Savannah and CONVENTIONSpecial
,' i.. -.1,1 steamer the landing was effected with that a fair election muat be head; and we believe that his leadership establishes :
the Ocean Steamship to New
Ill I all.! 1O .t.'-. company consist! .. dr tilt" whatever the result. ('un fi,!('nl'{, both in the stale :
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by cents bundrejIMiuuds
I -'.w': i -,' 11,111: til I'lldlUJb hiS paying per The eruption had'"'vvrottght a cotnpKto -. Most of the trouble occurs In interior 01 Republican principles and the pros

.mi. U ii'-u asked\ for his rean' more than to S.ivannah proper ; transtormation of the Island and'he towns where the people have little: perity and progress of the country, to The Daily News.
while the Savannah Uyer must .
', !\\itli.irawal.: Speaker lit >:. :2' cents per| luiRiiittl (pounds even pay) inhabitants tnd animals had disappeared I else to do except: to dabble In politics: and WP. therefore, favor his renomina.tion BiTniruhinn.; Aid- rv pi. is 'Fifteenhundred I"

-.t .1! and 'o everybody !is a politician. The to the great office he fills with
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though hi- shic-; i lot of cotton oris- \ and co: indications are lcf: delegates fioni all (parts of the I
ti t. r t > l'hairmallIhronk '.i Th- recent disturbances at Humacao, Carey patriotism and ability." <
> mating in \i.n or., as to what has become of them. United Stan re frv:< r.t this morn.

1 '.e ..:r iu': in a nut.IiZI. You --- hic'u-Bt: of three peaks on the island and Juncos were only the resultof Alter the reading! of the platform J. : log at the Shiloh HajjI i-t church, colored I'

I: .''! t-:; trusts by aiipljiiij; tine !\I"'wn as Komochiyama is blott-i abnormally! developed feeling of In 11. W. Smith, of Birmingham offereda in this city when R-\, (:. C Morris a

\ t..'ut' killing our own lad'Is APPLICATIONFOR out u oxiatence and a crater has been terference.In substitute the same as the original! of Il'-Iena. Ark.. called the national M

:> i.t-; reign trials are n:1-! iimed i-anly in the place where the certain districts tho police have I report except that It omitted all reference negro Baptist convention to order.In .

"- .tmeritan trusts and! I ilon't peak: tftood. The crater is still sendIm ope.v; proselyted for one side or the to an indorsement of President! : his opening address Or. Morris, after

.1 II.1)1' the purpose( :; (It'naa I NEW TRIAL I forth a thick smoke of sulphur! other until brought severely to task Roosevelt for a renomination. The congratulating the church on Us

.o! .\;..eri; an trusts, wehi>uii with! awful subterranean rumblings. A by the higher officials and acting Governor I substitute war vwoiously debated, and progress during; the past year, KM:

n.uUet for Hartsell and Chief Techter have the convention was thrown into turmoil.
a foreign tiu.ia.. considerable! subsidence was noticeable "Kach on.hould remember that we

\ < ru.-'rng! : out the industrr.au : Special to The Daily Ncvs: at the spot where the dwellings struck upon a happy plan. la Repub. !!. lH/ecs ot men were on the come here to represent a struggling

ry After my conferen.- of the inhabitants had stood priorto lican strongholds policemen with Federal ; rae which has eveijthing in life to

iiu..i.iy at Waterloo and after savannah Ga Sept 17.-Application the eruption. All the island was Innings will! be detailed and those .; gain. Let the spirit of Christ, our

A 'h'i"8 ot the chairman ofJ'ut. has IK en matte! before Judge strewn with ashes, gravel and boul with Republican sympathies will patrol I held! the siibftitnte. declaring that it I great leader, b? seen in every messenger. .

: I concluded that my views 1'dIH1{ Harrow for a new trial in thecae ers. and only about a fourth part of the Federal towns.It was too early to speak out on the campaign :: Let every man do his duty for

tariff question! was variance of W. C. Groves: a man who cam" the normal island vegetation remaine.j is difficult to forecast: the result of l'J04.! while .others charg .1 God and his race while here." In addition '

.. to Savannah from Macon. Groveswas this time nominations have not that effort being made to knife!
< .- of manyof my partan.! in existence. at : as an was to the delegates the chrucb,

'i d.'Sire to appear in a false tried and convicted not long since: .. ''I been made, but that the Federals will i % Republican president! Finally the which Is a large structure, was crowded .

ia' for conspiring to hold! up and rob J. I carry a number of districts and makea roll was (called and the substitute was to overflowing with visitors. Rev.

-. ""on-ing: is Speaker Hender- F. IViter, of Savannah. He was sentenced PROFESSOR BRUCE I verygood; showing in the house of I i defeated-138 to 146. J. F. Thomas, of Chicago, conductedthe II

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"i-r to C. D. Albrook: to pay a fine of $lonn, serve I delegates Is conceded by those who are I devotional services

i'- 11' Sir: I have never an- 12 months on the chaingang and spent RESIGNS in a position to know. i I .
six months in jail. OHIO MOUNTAIN 4
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I' kind notice communicated
John R. Cooper, of Macon and R. SAVED FROM .
r 1 your associates ndvislr -- ACCEPTS REPUBLICAN
L. Col.linff. of Savannah, argued the
nomination for the eleventhi EMITS SMOKE
case for Grove Mr. >wanted Special to The Daily News.
; i
ly made.
.te' ior congress for the third the bond reduced from $2,00n to $1.0Ii\< Jackson, Ga., Sept:; 17.-ProfessorC. CHALLENGE I SUICIDE'S DEATH .

saying that Groves is well! connectedin II. Bruce has tendered his resignation
nal district of Iowa. Re-
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Macon and that he thought tie; as superintendent of Jackson puS. --- 1 p"cial teThe :-P''''!,
)l.tions: In the public mindT
bond could be: furnished if reduced. lie schools! to accept the prlncipalshipof Special to The Daily News.Ma .
t upon pubuc policies in- i Special to The Daily News: 'ainhr l.!K'v O. S"jt: li.-I'eople'r- .
declined do this
The jiivUe to whereupon
Davidson school of Augusta. Professor
.e '" make this delay. = lug in the Pant: Creek %alhare m, S-pt 17 l!> the hard worlc! I
the attorney asked that the bond William!! P. Thom3.1'U elected Knoxville! tenn., Spt. 17.Colonel
r:'v return to the district I greatly alarmed over the appeaianceof of T'ty Ph.an Cihl"IlI John! Kisef :
he fixed at $1,5llThl too, was 0.). principal ia bis: stead.A Harvey II. Hannah the Democratic
.N a careful study as to the smoke and sulphurous gasps from has t.pn gavel j from a suicide's d88.t:'.
nied. nominee for congress; from the second .
I1 .n the district and stat '. ------- copperas: mountain! which can be seen: Last evening h. was found lying on
Certain Cure for Dysentery and congressional district, ha< formally ac.
-..ithere U no little senti- 1 from this place. the step of the postofflce In an unconscious f c
the of
lion.
Diarrhoea. cepted challenge Henry
'ra a growing sentiment, among JEWELER IN HIS .'Some years ago I was one of a I Ii. Gibson Republican nominee and Ever since the first eruption of Mont condition. An empty laudanum !

an-a that I do not truly reprs'r Pelee smoke has issued from the bottle in his! pocket told the
candidate for re-election The
party that intended making a long 1 accept.
tale. He was taken to the police't
views on the tariff question. mountain at intervals, but only within -
NEW STANDI F. L. Taylor of ance has been communicated to Captain
trip ,
1' bicycle
says station and medical attention .
WILl glen
= this condition to exist anJfUt Gibson, who the past few days have the smoke ? ..
New Albany, Bradford county, Pa. i expressed hlmseu him by Dr. Gibson. It was far -
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do not with and : become especially noticeable
agree many as being pleased! that his challenge gases tout
'-of':to that trusts I1 "I was taken suddenly with diarr. attribute It to the recent into the night before Kiev was jot
to which have moved my jewelry store te had not been i ignored. He seems and aiany
hoea and was about to give the of danger. Kl.sr says finanolal
-5-1. can be secured, or the up anxious Colonel eruptions In Iartlntq ..
formerly occupied to meet Hannah
-f.ted 120 South Palafox, trip, when Editor Ward, of the ont I the elate troubles was the cause that led himto
by free trade, in whoert : Investigation shows that
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does the
e stump as colonel
by Bass'! & Co., and am now to meet try and commit suicIde
I must decline to accent Laceyville.Vesenersagges'tedthat ,. him. Representatives of the two In the mountain has become hot and ,
than ever to !give candidates
:.ar.on: ?o generously and en- better prepared in diamonds watches I take a dose of Chamberlain's Colic will meet at one to arrange some of It has become a dull red from ,

'..'iv: made bargains/ see andlet Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I the heat. "be amok THE SANTA ROSAstiLP
jewel etc Call and me dates, and it Is expected that the campaiga the action of ,"
.It-voted: :20: of the best years me'convince yeuJ. purchased! a bottle and took two will begin within a few days. Issues from the side! and not the top BATHING-ESTABLISHMENT: ;

.' t'> the service of my pew h TEPHEX8. doses, one before starting and one on of the mountain! and scientists will! Bathing in the warm gulf waters is ,' .. I

.-ouctr and I have most be asked to make a thorough Invest!
> fought the route. I made the trip success for the
conceeded to be the finest In the
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:'iie\od to be best for the OV.. B T O Tl. :I:AFleUchman's ti11Pflhi11Nnext 60 days to make ga.tlon.Tbt .
felt ill effect.
:laborer and the business 8-&r. "". 1te Kr.i Yu Hata Keats B', fully and never any a room for new stock. world. Everyt.ln for pleasure wit!! :

= .. Again last summer I was almost : O. M. Pryor. bottleof !safety. Good board and lodging, by" J
': 'his district ac .state. I ll'estan f# Saving of a Few cents on a

for the devotion that ha* '.' 'II. "" completely run I down bought with a an bottle attackof of Ball keen cut Vanilla Extract will not atone for the day or week. Luncheon prompt ._' Ij :
dysentery. Bearing
,led me and to the hour Compressed Yeast, this same remedy and this time one the annoyance of having dessert ly served at all Louts, day or night. y I

.. I win hold in a grates fresh daily and on ice, at the \\ est dose cured me." Bold by all drug ting Lawn Mowers, at the that is "just a little off" in flavor. CHARLES H. BURTON, : >

: emory: of that --f' :Qtf9P. Florida: Steam Bakery. gists and medicine dealers. Willis Hardware Go's- Always! buy BllrMtt's. .1- 2m-tf Manager ,I j,j4 jJ

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thoroughly purged,and then take half !
1 F e a wineglassful two or three times a day. In Scrofula and other stubborn
diseases the treatment should be continued for two
three
or
months after the patient has apparently been cured.
a .
I FOR CHILDREN---The above directions are for ordinary adult cases. For small children and
very weak people the dose should
t1 be reduced accordingly Ordinarily,one-half y
the
above dose should be used in such cases.
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NO DANGER---There need be no fear in
:i cases, one and two bottles have been given at taking a single the dose medicine and as it is perfectly harmless and may be drank like water. In severe '':J
babies
; three
{ '' and four months old have been treated with 11
: : it in cases of cholera infantum. successfully ;
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THE DAILY NE' PEN3ACOLA FLORIDA, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 181902. C CI



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I EQUAL TO SHOPLIFTING.
Mules Perish In Flames. 1

St. "Ta..t4>*''" font London TraJemmenManj Rockmart, Ga.. Sept. .-Three MRS IDA MCDONALD
:'K'B'G'BEERSl Thouxaiidx a Y ar. mules were burned to death in a fire 3 3that i

As a manager of a Lie supply establishment which destroyed the barn of T.V.. Supreme Deputy of the Maccubees of the World.RS. .
.' Morgan. The fire was discovered ,
The Highest Priced bat the "Best Quality. of the, tur<'!. ordtT let
about 8 o'clock at night' and had '
SOLD EVERYWHERE. j me say that unless you were in the gain- McDONALD, I must do lomcthinC 1
Ituslness you would tiud it impossibleto edsuch headway that it was impossible L \0.4.Beaubira to regain my health. A r

--- to save anything. Farming implements Street, Detroit, friendadvaatedyourlV"mt
realize what an age::regate amount : and a quantity of fH'dstuJfiwere M ith., is a prominent of C.rdui treatment to

NOTICE. customers of the "tastinp": kind-I donut also destroyed. The loss is estimated woman who was V strongly that I dtcitkd to

now so much ri-ft-r to legitimate: at about $COO. with no insurance. greatly benefited by the 's try it. although I had littleeatwoman'smedicine
-- ---- ----- I tasters, who sample butter and cheesei I faith in patent medicines.I .

Manufacturers Dealers and Others Inter' -< >t a i-ouceru like this, and much of Wine of Cardui. Mrs. am now very thankful thatDlcDonaldisthesupreme
To I tills taniinx ib uuihiny lout barefaced t I did so, for within! Undayt :
Negro Cud Burned to Death. deputy of the Maccabees blessed relief tame to me, ,
pilferiii, a Loudou tradesman toLoudoii
says:
ested in Fertilizers. TitL'its.Not Augusta. Ga.. Sept. 17.-Joe Wilkins of the World and one of and In l less than three

a 4-year-old negro boy. was burne.l the most widely known err,.IilJ McDonald. months I was cured and
r to speak of the articles these in the United have fine health
to death here. His mother had left women enjoyed
jH.'CHiIe tlke-tlll offenders! are generally States. Thousands of women to ever since. I know there is nothing better
\"Ii"I' all manufacturers in gather
to : importers\ and dealers him alone locked in the kitchen while
women, I am sorry to say-the articles hear her lecture everywhere she goes. for a sick woman who wishes to enjoy per.
; diz'I'. and such malt-rials. mine under the fertili- such :as rai>ins, nuts biscuits, a she"did her washing in the yard. A The great work she has done for the feet health and am very pleased to jive my

:I. laws of th,' stale of Florida.Atter grape or two here and a strawberrythere fire was burning in the kitchen stove Maccabees is appreciated by every hearty endorsement.

: careful consideration, I lu\e derided. lo t i issue huudrols and hundreds of them and it is thought that the boy ignited member of the order. She was so abNo suffering woman can afford to
his clothes while playing In the fire. sorbed in her work that she neglected
letter
Mrs. McDonald
; ignore such a as
1 will half covertly help themselves to H
following general orders) tu lake effect! January ,
; :: her health failed
The flesh was literally burned from to give proper care- writes. Her plans and advice haveproved I
,i'';:. la'.ICh an apricot or a bl'x>J orange, the hones and the flames were inhaled. to take warning! that the symptoms of valuable in building up one of
and when have several childrenwith
they Death followed in a few minutes. approaching kidney trouble gave her, the greatest women's organizations! in
OII!)KK: NO. 1.
them all scattered about a shop the sallow complexion and torpid liver the United States and she takes time to I

Section, .", of the fertilizer Law, approved\ l :May 22, ll,lIll'> und doing the Fame thing the matter But Wine of Cardui cured her the tame give advice which she knows will help
Crown Prince of Siam Coming. it has cured thousands of others and
,1..alt.l'hall file their | l-ecoini-s MTinus. It happens in scores I as
that manufacturers
1'iu-cs or : :
| of ,':iM-b that the articles taken in this Copenhaeen SopL 17.-The crown Mrs.McDonald has written this letter in you.Do not delay in securing this media .
'.uii: of anahsis. with tin commissioner of agriculturei way exceed the value of those bought I prince of Siam, Chowfa Maha order that other suffering women may cine. There is nothing to pain and .

'J i IIIII.\'. In order to prevent confusion as to the dates j by fourfold. If a word is spoken to nigh, has arrived here. King yajira.1 secure from Wine of Cardui the same everything to lose by delay. The choice ,
that all oaths IK> tiled tian! dinner ia his relief she got from it. is before you. Will or will you not J
\ ;iien oaths expire, it i is ordered tho, iN-opU. their I indignation, mock gave a
I
"For four I suffered with torpid secure relief now )by taking Wine of
... tau::. awlll'I} -'"- excw-d evening. The crown prince sails years .
iw.-en the 1st and loih; of .January' or real is n siilit.i Nothing can
I liver until my skin looked yellow and dull. Cardui? All druc: ibts sell $1.00 bottles \
'..-:111 years the !-II: 111'. Any oaths: heretofore,' filed 1 or their effmniery. from Southampton for New York O t. I then found my kidneys were affected and of Wine of Cardui as veil as 25c packages t .

i '..,II may, be tiled prior to 111'll.lll'lIallll'l., will be regardedi ; :! It has btruuie a serious question, one 3. Ho will visit President Itoos\"pt,1; had severe pains across my back and I felt of Thedf ord's Black-Draught. tWIN
brands of i that is going: to be lien! >:!. For any new
41 after 1.
i- January: end for It and will then sail for Japan and home. k
ere long by west tradesmen A million Buffering
od t. tirnis entering this territory I for J businesslui.nir ; I 1 women
.
> or new
i is calculnttii that we lose a total lit E of CARDVI have in
: the yi-ar. and after ..Ianllll'1. .". of each year, the many, many thousand, a year by these I inlolt'rill Summer Cold,. I eoflCrelief. ,

MI'.I' !t of anahsis. will continue in force until January 1 ofi I i tasters.Ve regard; women who thlitiwately I' Don't let a cold run at this season.

allow their children to take oxj :Summer colds are the harden kind to
i h.' iit-xt: ai.d; no I.ngrr.OI :
year
Miisi\v fruit- in this and then.-- cure and if neglected may linger

Ieil: XU. _. j| ]fuse to pay as* almost way creating a tendency along this will for pull mnnth down. the A longsiee strongest! con like TRY THE NtW WANT mUMlt I

!I0\ .-oinpliaiice with setjnu.and; :: 1.: of ",\11 Act 1ft 1'ro- !; to tbOlliftiIJg.TES'.cfXTi stitution. One Minute Cough! Cure ,

t Ole for the Inspection and Analysis of and Hesitation I i will break up the attack at once.
Commercial I Fertilizers, etc.'' Approved I ::Safe !sure act at once. Cures I -
of the :Sale of i > WILL HIY trial size If ,
colds bronchitis, all
coughs, croup
Max, 22, llii'l.! also! in eoinplianee with the resolutions; \ of i Ely's; Cream: Balm ; enough to convince throat and lung troubles. The child- TIME TABLE.

i he ".1s..e..-ia1 inn of American Agricultural:: : Colleges andlixpcrimciil L LlatioH 'j'I you that it I is the greatest of ren like it. Hargis' Pharmacy, John

: :-: ::." and the ",1>I'iatiun; of Otticialgricultural I remedies for nasal catarrh or cold inI :Sheppard Sidney: Kahn. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IN
\ I the head. Full size 50 cents. All -- -- EFFECT DECEMBER 1, 11101
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\ Chemists. :as recommended li.v the stateliemist drus-i;;. We mail it. If wish the best

of Florida, the following regulation ii adopted, II ELY BROS., 56 Warren Street, you very New Orleans and Mobile. j jNose.
I
ice freezer at the
York. cream
VMSee. ;\. I New very
takeellVet! January 1.
153: Second Street, Albany, N. Y. lowest price the Willis :10.1. so:!. I No.8. I No.1. No.1.
::. En'I'11:1 barrel: or other package; of com- 1:15: a 14:15 m 11:0iI p Leave..... Pensacola..Arrlve 5:00 a 4:00 p 11:00 II
I suffered \ \
Messrs. ELY BKOS. :- 8:50 a 2.:7 p lO;! a Leave..... l''omaton ..... Leave 2:8. a:8 1 p 7:25,1I
Co.
n.iTciul, fertili/.er.s cotton sml meal, castor pomace i'birrn greatly with catarrh and tried different Hardware can pleaser 11:00: a 4:r p 2:15 a Ll'ave..._ Mobile ......-Leave I ::tlln't. 1:15 n Dot II
remedies without effect. ..._.. !!::!.'>p 17:34)I a I Leave ...N"w OrleansLeave $;ap, I 17h5a _
\ stems, tobacco: dust, or tobacco meal manufactured, you.
_
into this state, shall Bate: securely uingone bottle your Cream BalmI North.
.1,1| ill. or imported : found relief and I cannot praise I

'ii.iched ,or labeled, ami plainly !stamped: thereon.the too highly such a remedy. I WEEKLY: HCIIEDUL.I

;: in ilier of net pounds] of fertili/cr in the package, the Miss CORA WILLAKD. I FOR STEAM DIVISION 11:0iI No.pm 4. ,\ 12:15 No.p.m. Leave ..... Pen-acola ... Arrive 4:00 No.p I m AOO.No. 'm.

)brand trade mark under which! the fertilizer is Sept. 27, 1899.PLAYS!:! 1:15 am 11:5. pm Arrive... Montgomery 1..ave l1ti: a m i:15: p hi J
.sine. or : ra s.cOLAELECTRICTERMINAL 11:5Pam I 9:09 pm Arrive Birmingham ...[rave \ lI:3Iam 4:00pm
and a.III'I'Inf the manufacturer the lo.pm 11:1'a m Arrive......Nashville..Leave ... .
I M.I the name \ RAILWAY CO M PANT.
AND PLAYERS. 2:31am! I 8:18am Arrive... Louhville ......I..ave 9:15pam : 2:45am7:21&m :
; III!:!' .11 analysis. stating; the percentage;: of ammonia, I I l1i\lam \rflve..Clnclnnatl..L..ave fI: lpm 11:13pm
TraIns leave Pensacola for the Lltlli 1Iam 1:81pm Arrlv ..tit. Louis ..LpnI'
.1 i i lie :source from which! the same i is ,derived the per- Barney: Cilmore; has returned from BayonBg: Warrlogtoa.NaTy Yart _4:15pm Mlil\pm

: .1!:';e of potash soluble in water, the percentage of a Hiumur list to the lakes of Killa and fort Barrancas at I PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.DEPARTMENT I

.,lile phosphoric acid, and the percentage of insolu- rul' 10:00 ftI: ) a.110.m.arrlve m.arrive at at Port Kort Harrancaa Barrancai 10:4''I:131.D a.D I No. 41-Daily No. 8-Daily I Nostop where time not shown No. 2-Dally! No. 2YDally1L5.5

.. phosphoric :acidrthe perccntagis; of moisture, con.id Mr. Hugh P. McNally has written a 1:00 p.m.arrive at Fort Barranoat l:4Spn pm 7:01) a m Lf'\'e.. Pensacola.-.Arrive 10f,1I pm IISQ pm
throe art musical comedy entitled! 8:SO p. m.arrive at Fort Barraacaa 415pn 1:1:15 night 7:1:1 II ......... Iobt'rull\........ .. 111\7" : er4 "
'. ihtTcin. also the maximum jiercentage of chlorine (1:15p.m.arriveai Karrancas 'TuOp 1:./II" 7:1 .......Ym.&tra.....- IOU" ftul "
is I "Lnrcka. *&:01.1 p.m.arrive at Fort Barrancai B:4fip.n I 1 ::I" 1'1'1" .. .........J8 "lIIbla. ....-. : I A:67: "
it in, ami all other ingredients from which it comiiidcd. I Alice Nielsen is oominp; 'iaok to this Trains leave Fort Barrancas for Pease 1:1':15: II 1:1' ......._ Malat ..... ._ .. 10tl"I:: I :15'
the of the cola at I 1:1:111I" 11" ... ..... Harp ..... .... 10:11 II fI:40: I
also the :staiiijt showing; payment: I country to sins; in light; opera ulI..Iel'l 1 IVnsaeoIa 9:91 1io} 7.115" II ......_.GaltLily ......... 10:16" I. A7 "
ii..c provided.-for in this art" I the IIIUIWr'llUl'IJt of I Jaw i"t Lrlan .:iT. 1110 7:15a.m.p. m.arrive arrive at at Pen.acola.11:46 nn. : a.p,B n I, 19.55 .. 1:1 ".. ...... ... :llllton.... ...... 10:111" I AIIJ: "
1:5) am..... II ....Uood Range ...._ ...... II 4M "
The ;guaranteed analysis shall state the ingredients I, Sadie Martinot may play an en;.'ast--; :5:00!:oo p.p m m.arrive arrive at at Pensacola Vennacola...... 1:45 5:45: p.D pn 1:1\\ M:15" .". ........... !lolls .... _. 1 :85" I 4M" t
I I
....._ ....._ II II
In London under the manaserueiit at Peneacola ._ 'T \11" 8.$1" I"'lIl1tlln GIIJ:: I 411
meet arrive
...iiMiiUrd in the following order.ime : '7:00 p.m. arrive at Pensacola 9:13: 3p. 2YR 8:>>1 II .........Cre8t\'I..w. .__. 1 \iIH" 4:00: "
of her husband. Louis Nether 8:45 p. m. B.ntiatnrdari II .. ..... .._. i.
"
\ of fertilizer or brand ; name of manufacturer; only BOO") IfIt\: ? .11 eer Land !jM" B'4! }
sole. B3" \1:10" ..,... :llosy llo>a4.._ 11:10" I BIS "
PARK: FOR WCEK: DATS.Pentaoola II "
!. of manufacture.r 4\13 G\3"! .l>e.'unlaItHprlngL" 14:15 2:13
I lie Eddie Foy, the comedian, has filed I II to Fort Barrancas and return 4* 4:1'1" GU" .. Argyle ....._ 'IU" I 2:81 "
\ 'r of pounds to \package.iir.MNTiii\: I petition In bankruptcy., His f aacoa to Navy Yard and retnrn_ Us 4:411' 8:117' ".. .....Ponce dl! Leon._ ".. 1:211" I 1:111 "
I lilhililit'1 .. .... '
eniaoola to Palmetto Beach and return l& :OO" 10:10': .W litvll1e. 1:17" 1:16"
: > ANALYSIS.at be says, are $4'iUO and he .. A: 'I" 11)15' .. .. ..... L'aryvllle._._ 1:1:1: II 1:4a "
SU1 DAY IOHItDt7>> .I
6.83 ItiI' ..__-.Ronltay_....._. II 8:55" 1:27: II
Far. not f'XI..Jill.l'l.r cent.11.IIl.lble bet' s. When weather permits the running o 8:1- 10.7 II .. ...... .. tblpley .. ..... 8:117" j 1:'" IIft81"
'! "illi'i' : :212! degrees ; liurert Hushes: author of "A Wooden open coaches. ) 11:11" ...Cottondale ...._ 8:111" I 12:1H 1100.
i'Li -plini'Ir! Acid not less than . .per cent. four act II Leave Peniaaola. LY Fort Karraa 1:00 II 11:25" .... .........:.tarlanna ....._. 5:111: UU II
: has sold
\\YUJiiij a new 9 a. m. lO a. m. 1:8' 11:15" ......._. (yprese ......_ A:1I'I" 11:45: a III
!.Mubh| Phosphoric! Acid I not less than . per (,'lit. play to il Wnjri'nhals Kempcr for Miss Ii a. m. 11 m. 1:10".. 11:/jt.. .". ..?..(;rand Kldge_ 6r. lItJ "
cent.l'irivcd 1 p. m, S p.m, 1ftI. 12:00 noon .... .... tc\Df'adii .. ....... A:21" 100':;
\ .nionia, -actual and potential-not I less than.per\ Blnnde01::>11. 1 p. m I p.m. 8:15: itI: ArrlveKlvp" 1ucUOQ _Lt'ave:1(1" IO:1kI"

I froiiMiitrate of soda hlood. tMi scrap, ('fl'.) M. Cojuelia is maintaining hIs reputation 1 p. m P.m. I

.'.Ish I tJ\l'n: > water soluble not less" tltall. .1'l'1' ('('ut. aa a philanthropist. lie has 6 4 p p.. m m. ft p p.m m. II I I.

loi-ine not exceeding; . . . . . pfi' ('i'nt. II just u home contributed fur sixty one-thinl disabled the players.j cost. of : 8 p. m. 7 p. m.7ARIFOE8U5DAT I LAW

This fertilizer is made from I nitrate of built, sulphate: t'eaiaoolato ort Barraucui Nary
j i "The Motor Girl" is the latest of 1 lord and return___.____._ Sit --OF-
.f 1 blood), lam, tankage! lish sci-jip. acid lhll KeaoU and
I potash: the genre announced from London Peciacola tD Palmetto
'I _______ 16.
retarn. Stetson
; '",..111' ,.tl'.. :as the case \may; l tie.) whore Louise I:" lut't. known well inI John University
Vn freight flTAfl ftAr '1SD.'n
r.uhalents: | of fertilizing ingredients will not be al- I this countryo I have the chief rolo.v9 Do :r..nncl, IT'loi-id/x.

). sued iii the guaranti-e. I \ i
The Beer JOHN I\ .' S.l'h. I)., I'roKKlent. AI.UKKT. t'\lIH\lI.II.. B.. Dean
The I stating; of the \1llmilliul11l11l't'rl'cntnl.'s:
not lie jterniittcd.Tin wj fcmr I I'iill\ Term Coimneiiees AVe,lne..>iIii.\ Ocloln-r! 1 13)11! _.
"t.I'I I aiven! material :guaranteedsill That ,
Made@ >SK Tin- l> rll11"ntol Jobr. 1 '
i TWO YEARH' .orK ;- Law "pi : tetson Vnl\'t'nltyltlyel
a.1ual amount of minimum will only IK allowed on This ninature!3 on every box of tne gcruine atwo-yeais'cour.e.Ieadingtothe l degree of 1.1. H1 .
''xixative Bromo-Quinine Tablets >J.lSHEJ.I'lIl's: : To THE KAU-TUc diploma of the Law "..partmentofJohn B.
the ,!:1lll': IS. K: M.-L1X, the rtuedy that cores a cold la one ilajr.i : ANNH IIDSSDFAMOUSIs I R r A I!I .T: HTII E K INF'iKMATlDN: Law--Korthe I II..parrm..nt.II"Ir.Law Announcement. ofis'2-3.and all otberdeslrediufornationregardinrthe < I

T.iSlahassce! Sei'temU'r 11. 11I1! :2.Commissioner. ALMEUT J. FAJiKAII. lfoulof Law Department p I
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of Agriculture.Citton ; i De Land Fla.
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Manufacturers to Meet \mbl.o"; .'I i You HaveRheumatism : VICTORIA i Tulane University of Louisiana.

\ 'TA.: tViiu Arrangements 1
I ', i "nlpb| .ted for the semi-an- I t tI MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. Now Crlonns.

.L.g of the New England Crn. tt tI t : IlKSt 1O-CENT BOTTLE 1IKKIIj

..: : :1.-tumrs' association ", hk.1 I j IN TOAVN. EDWIN A ALDERMAN, LL.D., President.

., 1 !d in this city :Sept.: 3'i tr. t '
q ..DA.NNHEISSER BROS Full Courses In Languages,tBcleni'M. Kngint-ering. Law, :Medicine. Pharmacy. Ari.
Tlit- session will bo hold n. the great tete,1
1 Hewn' Separate liepartnieiito. Sixteen Kuildini Kttenslve Lil>rarle.. Laburatorlet
Lrils
,1! .,1! !!American Society of I : U/RIGS OI fDl Remedy oreed will l'aliformame cure 1I I AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED "j and Work6bop Splendid Department fur Women In the Newcomb College.

: v u: lhin{ rs. It is expects! I aL.o cures Liver. Kidney and I I. W. Harper W is1ey' !I Tulane makes leaders In all vocations. In ficilltles for Instruction are unsurpassed
:;; Tedder diseases caused by an excess of I In tbe South. hlgbty-slz/: : Instructors and 1223: students last seulOn.lany: Ycbotarbhlp5Intheacademtcd"parttitentoptfl
",n-outs; session will be builds to Louisiana boys. KxpensHt of ft-boUrsblp student
It fails and
larSt"1 uric acid. never up
'. to consideration: of < I .i the health and etrergth while using it. Main Home-401 K. Palafox street. $175; for session hoard and Icxl /:ini I? in dormitories at low rate OppartuolUna afTordml
academic students for tlf-belp. In the Academic C'olIeKes, no boy, If
1 properly pared
pn
1 book of wonderful cer- II R.R. Union
Exchange
: Send for -Opp. Depot
:"i..l! r>y J. Temple! Cwathnay. stamp bottle. For Ealo for college work will he turned away from inability to pay tuition. Next: session be-
J_ of I tiBcates. Price Jl per P. O. Box 281. Pensacola Fla.
I ,
1st.
New not I gins October Send for Catalogue.
t. and members of the 1I \ by druggists If your druggist can
I. ..n'on J- char.e. The sessions II. I supply you it will be sent prepaid upon Phones 116-263. Address K. K. BRCFFBecrelary.WE .
Address I
I Is II i receipt of price.
:.'- lay and Thursday will hewith -
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: '.' :[ ; the reading and discusIMJUTS I Urlcsol Chemical Co., Los AcgelesCal "
I : WILL- r
of interest to the cot- or the .

." in general. ,- ..iI.: ::1 I Lamar & Eankln Drug Co, Atlanta 6a.

\.,o .lrrm>y Editorsrt-stimontat.oJ -<:.1'1.. :i I ,A Distributing tip Agents. CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODSat

I Lynch editor of the Philips- She-My husband and I nre always |

, \ J.. Daily: Pot, write: "I quarreling: jilxiut the way these I and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of

d many kinds of medicines grounds are laid out. GRAND EXCURSION !

'.- and cold* in my family He-What wretched grounds for dis- .,IputeXe'.York --s Fall Goods -'-
"anything so good as Ko
: \\'orhl_
fi uey and Tar. I cannot say -

III prai-e of it." ,Yo A. USED FOI Pxr.oioMA. j i 28 doz Men's Laundries: Shirts, C3 pair Ladies' Spring Heel Shoes Get your boys for school..

',"'tti-, 121 S. Palafox. Dr. J. C.Ili'hop of Agnew, Mich., j LAST OF THE SEASON MOBILE ;. regular 11 to close at 75c. regular/ $1 goods, to close quick at hoc We carry a lull read toys' Suits.:;

C.A"STOn.x.A. say : "I have used Foley's Honey 27 doz Men's Colored Laundried pair. 58 Boys' 'Huits, regular price, |1.00, ( .
1
I 1 I. ", "A'sass 3ffi5MMnlical and Tar iu three very severe cases lif''[ AND NEW ORLEANS.Train I: shirts, regular Toe, to close 1 at 5Gc.: SSpairLadieV! Low Cut Slippers, to close at We snIt. t
a !I 67 I Suits I '
regular
results in Boys' price
with
pneumonia good everycave. :
{1.25 close
regular good?, to at T1.0opair.
t : .!. GH ." Refuse substitute. W. A. i I 57 doz Men's, Colored Laundried fl.Mand 'J..5. to close at $1.16 salt. -
3 (, rVAletnberte. K. Palafox. Shirts, regular 60c goods; to clo=e at 120 Boys' All-Wool Suits, regular .
ft 35c ; these goods should go in 24 63 pair Men's Low Cut Shoes, regular price $2 00 to $3.00, to close at #L60

" We will launder your spreads for \ hours. $l.lO; goods, to close at $1.20 and ,-' 00 suit.

t 1 Society Attention. 15 cents each and make them look 20 doz Men's French Neck Balbrte- pair. We carry the largest line of Boys' ,
1 i -' will be a regular meeting oft Pants carried by house in the ,
? :..5colIedical: Society at like uw. Star Laundry. |. gan Undershirts at 20c, regular 20cVe carry the largest line of any !

\ Bard of Health office at 8 -- -- leaves union depot Monday, goods. Shoes of any house In Pensacola.c All of our Ladles1 and Misses' I
' have 30 doz Men's French Neck Balbri-- Bring boys to us, we can fit
; k Quina your
Marston ;
$
P.m. Tueday.Hppt.zt drop-stitched 25c. hose, to close at
11:30 Fare
8'pt.2'J, at a. m. sharp.
Undershirts, at 30c regular 45c them in
i 1 -m? physicians are cordially gan any size. 20c. pair.
, v ii-d to attend. some very nice Dressers and for round trip to Mobile, R O; to sold by others at 50c. We have Just received a full line 100 doz Misses' full seamless hose,'

DR.W. C. DEWBERY, Wash Stands very cheap. New Orleans, f4 ; from Cantonmentand All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts.: We will to close at 60c doz, or 4 pair for 25c.

i President. Just the thing to go with Century same as Pensacola. close at 75 cents close at BOc for your choice. Some 75 doz Men's Seamless half nose,

I t i>EM.: BLOCKER, Returning leave New Orleans 72 Pair Ladies' Spring Heel Low of them are worth 11.50. regular lOc goods, to close at 6c pair. .

'f Secretary. Iron Beds. at 11:30 and Cut Slippers: 2} to 7, regular $I We carry a full line of Skirts. We have just received a full line
Wednesday morning goods, to close atTOc pair. Look at our window display. I of Ladles' Kid Gloves in all shades

:Tl} we of our celebrated PROFESSIONAL CABDS. Mobile Wednesday afternoon at 4 .-'

. I train 'i
W. C. ROWE, M. D. will be served on going I .
,1 J I never pack or grow and returning. Purchase tickets at

:.' "fJ. Better than a hair Office: ITS'! S. PaUfox. ticket office. For further information F. E. BRKiAlNBR'S \

) !li' Hours from to 8J: a. m. and 1 to S p. m apply to ROBERT Kixo or I.t I.

; M\ -"ess, at half the price. and after 7 o'clock3Pliorio! Excursion PETER THOMAS, t 1O3; SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.=3gJ t
Managers.

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there body in is the not entire a single state member of Florida.of the I HOBSON COMINGTO Over 50 years ago. Doctors took right I 'StroDf' hest t iii t the e Salr l



tell Those me that who the have membership become members is worth i i hold of it. Keep their hold yet. The : The 42-1 Annual- Statement

PENSACOLAFAMOUS tar y ',,
i I I much more than it costs, and tbA
at the post Office at Fensacolft ; manufacturers of Houton, Texas. I' oldest best SarsaparillaAyer's..': : Finding Deceiulter aist. 1901 IIl
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:n&..iecopd-clast matter. i

OFFICE :-Pltfi Building 21I& rsotttb'i are making a special effort to secure'a If I l THE f [EQUITABLE
induce
palatoretreets up-itairn. large membership so as to NAVAL CONSTRUCTORWILL f

the association as a body oral manyof I I

THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. its members as possible, to visit BE ON DUTY AT RIFLE ASSOCIATION. PRESIDENT
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that city. Can't you, please, secureat Organization Has Been Started by Savannah I tiff ASSURANCE[ SOCIETY

; Terms: Invariably in Advance. least one member from Pensacola, i NAVY YARD.A Militia. ,

j .. ... ..._ .....,........** I COMPERS TALKS !
OM Year by Mall. filling out the enclosed blank and I Savannah Ga.. Sept. .-A movement Assets .-, . . *; ,_ .
Months .. .. .... ......... Y SO I
IISU i no' sending same to Mr. Marshall Cushing been here for the Reserve and
Monday 10 ; has begun organization I other Liabilities
1{ ODe Week,by Carrier, Payable 170 Broadway, New York? Washington dispatch says: "Or of a Southern States Rifle I . .. . . ;2:, -, =

TELEPHONE NO. 118. Very truly your, ders are in preparation at the navy association which shall have for its Special to The" "Dally News.
which Dm7dendsare ;
TOM RICHARDSON, object the promotion of rifle practice. Wilkesbarre, fL, S'ept \T.-Presi. 8urplusfrom(
Naval Con .. . -
: department assigning paid) < _
Sec Igr. New Orleans ProgressiveUnion. Prominent men throughout this section dent Gompers, of the American Federation "

structor Hobson to duty at Pensa- will be asked to identify them. of Labor, in a statement issue j i Paid to Policy-holder-:

'i UNION 'LAB L'r __ cola navy yard, the command to selves with the organization. It is today, takes a hopeful view of the j 1901 .... ... .. ... . .* s-- ,

EACH year brings a growing increase which Rear Admiral Wise was recently proposed to have the association recognize strike situation. He said: ,I New Insurance in lifcil. .< -!' ? \

in the number of cotton mills and foster annual contests to "At this time it is impossible to say I Total Insurance in force

PESSAOOLA SEPT lIS, 1902' i that are moved from the East to the assigned." be held on the Avondale range, near exactly when the strike will terminate, 1 Dec. 31, 1901! .. .. .si i ;-., _.- .
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j but after careful Inquiry Into the situation
While Richmond Pearson Hobsonis Savannah. I
South, because, of the advantages of Notwithstanding the
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at the mines, I am convinced It'11clal
Colonel
Application will be made to
operating the mills in the heart of personally known by only a few I strength of the Society I' ,, .,
1' 4 "j BRYAN is called Moses and Roosevelt section The George T. Cane inspector general of that the struggle will end by agreement greater security which: it- ,

.-u is David, but who is Ananias the cotton producing but I Pensacolians, his reputation as a rifle practice to extend the season The wage earners and the i holders thereby enjoy t KAif i 1- ,

South welcomes these additions, | naval constructor and as a war hero of rifle practice from October 31 to. general public are generously contributing are LOW and GUARAXri-r:> .

? 1.1 A FEW more exhibitions like those it is to be regretted that home cape I is known to all" December 1. to the aid! of the miners. It is;; I' ter than given by other c.. .>. I ,

t given by Duke Boris ou,'bt to cure tal is content to sit idly by and allow Major Williamson who commandsthe essential that this aid be extended an)

'lx ., of title-worship. this field of industry to be invaded -i Lieut. Hobson gained a worldwide Savannah Volunteer Guards continued.
Americana I
-- by capitalists of other states, who : reputation when he manned "It the manhood of the miners is h'l KXOWLES BHUS.. ;

a4 of education thus utilize opportunities that are i be maintained they must at least have
BRYAN'S campaign '
y l ; the collier Merrimac, piloted heri General
| He wants that date to be bread lor their wives auj little ones I A ;sills. i
t i has beeu productive of results.i Nebraska under our very nose Each town in ing day.
4 head district of the i over Lines and network of torptdoesi 1 embraced within the season and hence as well as for themselves The d" 309 S. Palafox St. PENi 1
i children stand at the the cotton producing i I Ii :
for literacy. state should own its owu cotton i endeavored to put the old vessel 'f his application.! Colonel Cann will in flared attitude of the presidents: of the I

dorse the application and it is thought anthracite railroads has not apparently .
--- I in the channel at Santiago to -
mill and keep at home the greater prevent
dS I the adjutant general; will approve it. I I changed. Despite: this fait. I amtuhly FOR RENT.gymnasium .
5f the recent explosion I
4 I NuniTHnTASUi.M. share of the profits of the cotton an exit, under cover of dark-
it f convinced that the strike will end\ ,
ti'h of gas iu Atlanta the news crop. A mill can be started in every I i FOR RB, ThT! ,
1 ho-tile lleet i ,'
nes!i of the Spanish Water Cure I'.ir Chronic CuwtiPtlion. through aJrrf'llt'nt'ith impiovt-.i! con ; //t(
papers of that city are continuing: town with a small capital i stock, subscribed I tl tion. for UK miners and the of
: i, then In that harbor. While the: exploit Take two of hot water half an I unionmaintained. thf I', >, ,. ;
old cups !
business in the same way. by citizens, adding buildings I" 1
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.. I I cola Athletic ( 1l'entcddurill'thl,, ,
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;somewhat of a failure eo .
wa and bff
; and machinery from time to time as i hour before each meal ju-t I f

_ r Ir'g THE Times-Cniou and Citizenwas i the growth of the buiuewarrants.. i far as its effectiveness; was concern- \ i.re going j to bed, al-o a drink of Mill In Reeiver's Hands. I 'Iii ,

: + unconscious grooming a racer I i!ied, still the purposes of it excitedthe I water, hot nr cold, about two hours; Greensboro N. C., Sept. 17.-Ju.l :-' : for fairs, flit/

.;i Y for tile i senatorial nomination when after each meal. Take lots of outi Thomas A. Mc.Neiil.! of the stiperiot: ces, etcF<./- i't'I"' '
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of the entire
admiration world
1 \. C. Stockton. EUCHRE PARTY court at the instance of the I
; they attacked Jonu i iloor t.'xt'rci..t'-walk, ride, drive. m.nou; I call ai the ,'I'i;
-- and the youthful commander ty !st-x-kha'.ders has .1. f "I' I
j gave a Make a regular habit of this and iu I appointed C
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,; 1tk 'ko, s tI HIM. and Hobsou can form a mutual I LAST NIGHTMr. fame not possessed by any other many CIP chronic constipation Watkins r.h>iver for the llucomnz.i :I phone .Yo. .!:< I .*' "

consolation; society. OLe is derided i I Cotton mill. Petitioners claimed that
t muii of his age in the navy. Other may be cured without the u-e of any i ii
the mill had
been
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: for having kissed too many 1 mismanaged, an 1 Ii I
,ai women, and the other for uot having; 1I I interesting: incidents of the '''lI'JguIHcer' i| medicine. When a purgative is required i was insolvent. The papers wore sere IT'S NEARLY TIME FOR
1I I and )rr,;. A. H. Payne delightfully : I> take something mild and -d forthwith and the receiver las taken .
life make of him a distinct I
kissed: any. I
c : -- entertained a party at euchre ;gentle like Chamberlain's: Stomachand charge. Saturday. Sept.2n.I. was I II
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hero wherever he goe,*. Liver Tablets. For sale by all set as the day for officers of the cor: SCHOOL TO BEGIH\ {
succeed iu building I
: stt THE way to : last night at their home on South
( With the I'ensacola navy yard as druggists i and medicine dealers.: poration to show cause why the receivership
e. Peuacola is to work to advertise .. I
up Ileus Five tables set, '. I
street.
were -- -- -- ,
of the naval district of should not be made permanent and fully tii.> :> \ I
sX" l' headquarters
54 If want manufactories -
advantages. we
our I
and prizes were awarded only after Tragedy'In Douglass County.. fug;! around q; :
and settlers, let the people I the gulf Hear Admiral. C. Wise Carroltton. Ga.. Sept 17.-A report -- I 'I ,
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for the
t coutetA I Came Near Being a 'ril'I'I' I II putullV
t know why It is the best: place to interesting ascomnniidantaud: Richmond P ar- has reached here that a man named ,
I a largeb.ck I.: \ -
emigrate to). cake plate, offered as the ladies' I! Johnson had shot JefiVtson Moorp Josh -ethafer.. of Loojjootee,
;soil Hobson in charge of the construction \
:l ------ first prize, was won by Mrs. M. Mer- ; I I brother of V.'. B. and J 11. Moore of I Iud i is a poor man but he say he thing requii'-il i :

9 r THE broum that swept Senator i department, there i is every :t this place, in Douglass! county about I would not be without Chamberhin's school room.1
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t t James K. Hrooine of Uad-den: : otl the ritt. Mr. Frank Reymundo was ,' reason to believe that this naval :1 :?:'J miles from here. Moore is said to I Pain Balm if it cost five dollars a' books our -, 11 I. -

t tate! secretary Held must have made I given an ash tray the first prize for I station will soon become one of the !| have been shot through the body. John II bottle, for it saved: him from being these are the 11..! .' .

., a clean sweep and pu-Led him out I gentlemen.The ton is said to be mentally; unbalanced. cripple. No external application i is j, the publisher-! : :'

of for we ha HI1't Heard of tue j mot important in the outh-atad we save youth.- fr- ,:
eight
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x two booby prizes were awarded I equal to this liniment for still and | .
gentleman IIJCt'. i there are strong indications that they Comptroller Issues Call. swollen contracted muscles We have school:: l 11.1'--:
joints, I Ii
to Miss Hermonia Lindinger, of Net': York. Sept 17.-The ,

comptroller and knu1
and may soon be put into full com- straps : ;
a 1 i i tiff neckprainsand rheumatic and
; + Now that tile blackmail case j U .sjcrauton. :Mi-., and Mr. Jo-. Hurke. I of the: currency has issued a I suitable' for boy.r 1
: ; UJi,, i'Hl. i muscular pain: It has also cured ,
Zt, over, the Tampa newspapers: will call for the rondtlon: of the nation.!
| A hand bell and stick pill were the a large variety tlf 'j
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bone banks at the d03 of business Mem- numerous cases partial pwalyMs.
ti growl
new
: e t Lave to dig up a
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from, all the f fr. ..
over. Jud?iUjj trmis the oun ol prizes. An.y'r \\ ild lade I'oi I.ilo. d.iy. Stpt. 15. I i It is for *ale by all druggists; and to ""(;. Slate way, ;'. J:;:

I 4. past subjects they preicr out thai I Itcfreshuent! *. were served bountifully With family around expecting him medicine dealer. colored i
i --- -- --- craynni
l I at the conclu-iou of tIe ir-auit. :n (lie, and u suit riding for life, Is A i'iit. rN Noble Act. .k .
: pens penholder:
along mites" to get !Jr. Kind's New:! Discovery "I want all the world to know," JERSEY COWS AND HORSES.For pencil tablets, -i.' >l i .
: actually For OUT Mxtj \earti
I for Cotisiimp'.ion, Coughs write Itev. C. J. P.udlong. of Ash- companion-'' >
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t di _i i door in the ne euil.e, roe's- face at the- tate the j I I Been MRS.used WlXsLOW'S for over sixty SdOTHIXf.jean, by M'KVH millions bar 01 I I land Colds, W. H. Browll, of L< eil.e -. away, It. 1., "what a thoroughly tiitoat 10s West Cue! ..-treet lunch basket* .n i I h<.\- -

convention at liiruiiiiKhuiu. You I mothers lor their children while teething > Ind endured death's agoniesfrom ;gold; and reliable medicine I foundin Mondiy. Sept. 15, a carload of Jersey i i all goods truar.u: I I

rtt '1 l i I with period success.! It !poothfj the child a-thma, but this wonderful Electric IitterThey cured me 'ows and yotini calve ain a fewhorses. they dlla'L sii.-: m i-1 .
may break, you may elitterthe vteit euttuuethr RUifis.nllityi all paincures wine
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,I' I colic and U the best inrcly lur IMarrhoeui medicine gave instant relief aud of j HIM lice and liver troub e- thatcawed ; I j themp al'I.t i.

t : ; will> uu cling will round, but the it still.scent of the r't:? I i,I lit will relieve. bold the by poor Druggists little bUtTxrer every parr luimediately ,I soon cured him. He write,; : "I now me great suffering; for many jEn. TI-KION.JK.: I Illlw and exchaii. .' .

-- --- -- ol the world. Twenty-nve cents a bottle sleepoundly every night." Like year, For a genuine, all-round cure I hand chool h.>..kCOE'S -
i'.5 He sure you ask for "M M. Wluslow Booth l.tlniuui rune the on hern rood
lI1.lrveloucures of excel anything I ever aw.
1{ I IT would deem that fdlIJwfediugwould lug t'rup. and take no other kiud. Consumption they
;_ I Electric Hitter* are the -surprise of are u I'l'II.- liJ<'II'o. Ue certain cure I ut cousin.
1 tile Czar to hu-teu to --- --- Pneumonia, ttronchitb, CouCnilis;,\ I
cause | :
# i all for their wonderful work in Liver I BOOK STORE
fathers under and hip prove its matchless merit MEAT & MALT has a marvelou- '
tw. the relief ol tilt who THE DEVIL'S AUCTION Kidney and .Stomach trouble f

the older of the commander of the !I for all Throat and Lung troubles. Don't fail to try them. Only Met*. dietetic \VhiIerefreshinirand :

a j i Cossack :station \Vertschinzk; Guaranteed bottles ogle amid 51.W. Satisfaction: is guaranteed:' bv W. A. pleasant: ; to take, it helps as-imila-i I :#

t' ItUbsia, receives )0 stroke* with the TO-MORROW NIGHT Trial bottles free at W. A. D'Alem : D'Alembette,121 South Paluf)x. thou of food. Sold byDANNHKHKER GREAT SALE

? kuout for every girl baby born in the I i, berte', drugstore; 121 South PaKtfnx FINE STATIONERY. --.----:-.-BROS.: I OF CLOTHING, ETCI l

,"! 54C t district.IN .
? *C .. I Among the very many clever I' ATTENTION. OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S !
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: a recent report prepared ill tile '
things; which have become part and C. V. Thompson, No. 11 South have ju"t bought: i ? '
census nice showing tile uumbet 1'atrong of City Sch0nht. i
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# of the :zainalJlKXlstockof Cl"tl '.. -
parcel I
r t and percentage of cliilJrtu from 10 kaleidoscopic performance t In addition to the work in exani1 : ;I Palafox ;;street ha* ju-t opened anew Fin oysters today. Try them. Men' "'urni5hiu;! enr" .

to 14 years o! age who can read and of Chas. H. Yale's "Everla-t- :1 inatioii of pupils for school No. 1. supply of Linen and IJond Nir Al'oMi.K It :'IMI :South: Paltfnxtr .'

iffI tai t ,, Prof. H. K. Graham will, on Friday. beginning Thor.lt.l '. will 11.
blue and Ira.with
Louisiana Devil white
t write 111 any language, : ing; s Auction' i is the number Paper, .
I the liuii! and tih: l iu"t., examine pu- I at sacrifice price* until ,.:,
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? i; etauds at the toot of the class. Florida of and intricate Envelopes to match. Oxford siz" ; Ii j
I i exceedingly! funny 'pllf"r the various city school; i Call early at 200South PaLl, \

14 y is thirty-eighth in the list with I trick scenes that each year are introduced i!I without certificates iu the third audI I al-o Foreign Mail Tablets with Envelopes Thursday and !get great bar i

a percentage ot bG.'Ji against Dt!lliii( I I fourth trades who were prevented to match. Ink, Pencils, F. K. Blt.\ \\ 'M I ,'
in this popular show-play. \ by -.ick'neor; other good cau-e from f 1 Penholders Blar.kbooks Files nEPATIGURAII -
v the record with which Nebraska 1 etc. f
t 1. taking the examination before closing ,;-
1 r heads the list. Note schools and Manager Yale states that in the pres I of schools last May.It etc., always on hand. SANTA ROSA SURFBATHINGJSTABLISWI i

,(a, longer; school l terms art needed ent twenty fir-t edition there will b* is hoped that all patrons will attend Phone 231.Carolina: .

i, t throughout the state no deviation of this rule, aud tint: a to tin? matter: at thu time designated -- --- ---- I I* not a !Strong Purgative.It f fI I
t v } -- --- I i ; above. When the schools

4* 1 THE time has come when theSouth new and very laughable trick scene begin on Oct. 1 teacher" will be required I does all that i is required to Fi-h chowder will! ;i'i j
L w.if to with their Portland
{ rt should receive some substantial entitled "The Castle Insomnia," iu school work proceed and will have no regular time I stimulate the Liver secretions 'uunday evening.; I': \ .' '

recognition from the democratic: which Toby the transformed donkey I to stop the work of forty or fifty pupil can arrange to hasolhir >,
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without overworkingthe refreshmenti:
in the selection of its Jeudtr I.. to xmiue one or two. ,
party .
i again meets his old enemy, I N. Cement CoeBIRMINGHAM tim during the w, !k i
R.!
COOK,
1I g ,.15 i The power ol shaping the course of i I: Liver and Bowels.: Asa! terms. See manager
k Chaos the the l-lw Superiateudti.
Sprite resulting in introduction
if> j the democratic party and cementing I CHAS.= H. I'; "f'
II pleasant, palatable
it into a solid phalanx of residence; of a series of new trick, ALA. ,
ATTENTION
TEACHERS.
: to undemocratic p tuciple lie* toiHy !; odd mechanical: effect, scene leap i .A A.. ..A.A.A.A A A A Ai

f :' as H did before the war, with the I: star and vampire trap working, all i I will be iu my ollice! the last six Lax I1ie\ IT IS Perfec' '; Ct! "
1 : d in September: for the of .
liE6 tfoutheru states.; With this power ivs ; purpose Kf -k- of all Hi,:li GnrfeAtneri- NOTICED
:
)I of which will prove most interesting contracting: witn all those teacher can Portland Cement. "(iTiiutiu," tFur HAVE YOU }
goes a heavy responsibility which we j whn-e choois will h.in l ;: operation German ''Saturii.: German PortIa
the oldest -
t:) or theatre- f-liminatiti.
clearly I rtcoguize Iud! winch out I;: youngest j I on October 1. ? J Cement, King* :N. Y. C'ilciuedr'later : HERE ?

rj ,' btutestuen: would .ut.1in. goer i N. II. COOK, Ro
I;I This greatest of ail spectacular j I'Mw __ __ Superintendent. Norfolk. Port-mouth, Charleston I Typhoid and Malarial Germs

THE following: communication is attraction can be seen at the opera av'lIiluLa. Jack-onville, icola I h"'U"-.pr9'vvvvVVq'

tielf-explauatory : hmise tomorrow night. :Secure seats: | "'rlur t- Kars a Texan !, Mobile; New OrleitiGulv.-ton. I i j from the sytem nothing can --. .- -C-

r il 'tTtl',1r OKI.KANS, : 15*J2. t i from J. M. !. "Having distressing We alio make siiipments; direct from II .
; aI ii-t 1 Irt NEW : LLSept.16. i today .Coe.. painm: head Mill* wherever weC..t cheapestfreight I equal. it. It i* u tonic and Everybody hit's no" i
hack and
-tomach.
t'rnracute, Ha. and being"With-
1'i + F;tutor :News. '
rate. Sole sells. for piece of tin earth Ito
t xI Q r' r Dear r-ar-ill your issue of September The flnet line of umbrellas in the out appetite. I began to ue Dr. "Alabama'1 and g agent alterative ; it will improve: for w '
"Southern i
uiu-t
Cro-s fight it. They
city i i.* at J. I. Stephen. Go look l King' New Life Pill, writes W. P.
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{ 8th there is an editorial calling u them.. 1 Whiteheid of Keunedslf, Tex & 'iil Brand, Portland Cement! Magnolia your health beyond your chance to get it, and get I it Co.

attention to tLe meeting of the National isoou felt like a new mail" Infallible Hydraulic Natural Ctinent, Thos C. Watson &
I 1 made near Birmingham.Correspondence! ino-t sanguine expectations. nave fli.' some particularly
; < Association of Manufacturers Fleichman'Cnmrre.ed Yeast: in *omach and liver trouble*. .
t in this city April 15th, 16th and 17th, I fresh daily and kept on ice. at the Only -Sjc at D'Alemberte's dug: to offer ju-t now, .m t :'
West Florida Steam store. Solicited. Sold ty All First-Class s f'rnnist3.' you to come and ivYou [
z 'r'rjxl4Ii iDfS, and the suggestion that it would II = Bakery, two
4q i I will never regret; !L.tv -
= P cake for 5 cent or one take and one
to be a good idea to have: these; manufacturers rO.
,
t ticket for 5 cent Haker and '
extend their trip to hotels A BRAND NEW INDUSTRY. I -.,.
% l'eusa-I supplied in any qu lUtity. :

.t t + f t.t cola so as to mvetigate your - i I II 1 F. B. BRUCE This weather makvx t '
Nothing succeeds like
t'r btlities. This n a splendid suggestion i sues, grass grow. You can ",

I and I hope that it may be possible I General Debility and success is sure in handii! ; the keen cutting Lawn. ''I'JlI"/"


.t. ;{ u t L the National for: a !great Association many members of Manufacturers of- weakness 1'ijr In that and maW out there burden is that of rVeinir itself.risxl ; of product industry ff-choice Hadgitis':, up-to-date new Per -,agar lcola, tv r In tI h S rU iitie t i L lists! and Grass Shears Ir'Jl1I',

c#. to visit many important div nut strengthen.Meep i j which are good sellers, and ',n new Aint i i t I.d i a ( Willis Hardware Co'Do -

I ; points in the :South, for whatever : does not rtfre:-b. 1 brand of smoking tobu o-"Bu

builds up the South builds up New I It i is hard to do harl to hoar, whatsn.vuid I j Penacola.The; !large package you want a mairinfl'; : 1Ir

Orleans: and we certainly desire: all l I : brea>y,-vitulr... is .ltl the ebb and I j for 5 cent everoil II. -. Dealer- Guns, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Bicycle and ,I for little monov? if -.

t tile WIIIP! .J-lfni .uf.'rs. are cordially invited to a'-it :3terhns, the! jewt-ler. H W
the factories it i.i peible for us to the fac-
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: Bicycle Sundries Edison and
Music.
i For this itindit tikeHood's Phonograph
I I. gecnie I i I ti : ;tory and lnpect the *to r mdrneth- I :lmmlt1atf'. -

There are fifteen hundred members SarsaparillaIt I iod-. ; Hammond and Other Typewriters. Typewriter h Hupplie All Kinds of''

iu this organization. It is the I vitalizes( tie blood, h'l's'Ior: and tone I I II j Repairing, Lack and Key Fitting, |. All kinds of chairs fl"d

; est industrial body in the get.at'l I to positively all the unequalled trans and fur functions all run-down and or is Crab nets ann ihingi High-Grade Hammerles GUtS at Kept Low for Prices.Rent.HBig Supply of Fresh Shells.all rocking chairs at MarsW

; a membership only costs fifty Ol'l debilitated conditions, i tackle to suit ei body, lttIthe $ Quina's. Prices are /'fry

Jar- per annum, and, up to this I I liJuU'g flit cure cui>t' :oUu... 25 cc&u. \ Willis Hara tire Co's. 15 South Palafox Street. I Low.THE .

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLURIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. 1902. ...

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B. H. FAIRCHILD, time. The petition was tabled on TUo. 5OO3. t
BARE QUORUMWAS W. C..O'NEAL, President; F. C. HORTON Cashier;
motion of Mr. Hays.
tJPXXOLISTERER i. J. FOSHEEVice-President
: ; M. E. CLARK Asj't Cashier. J
38 EAST ROMANA STREET. Nine petitions for license to sell

iscet gorl anJ Refinishing Furniture a liquor were acted on favorably. AMERICAN NATIONALOF BANK

Specialtf. PRESENT N. Apostle's petition to erect a I

Pbono 405. shed in the rear of his restaurant t
PENSACOLA FLA.
was denied. The council was of the

ralthmaLl'r R. ,K..Manufacturing WHITE,Jewt'lerI AT MONTHLY MEETING OF CITY opinion that a good many violationsof Designated Depository of the United States.

I the fire limit
and (iraJuate Optician, ordinance had gone Condensed Statement at the close of business Aug. 21,1U02.:
COUNCIL LAST NICHT. unpunished and it was about time
St.. PeiMfoU Fla
II south PtUfoi .
(
that drastic measures be taken to RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. ,

I prevent future violations. I Bill Receivable ...... ..... ...... ...... .... $350,403.19 Capital Stock ...... .... ............... .... J200.000.00) j _
Councilmen Meri- Demand Loans..... ...... ............ .. .. 9.97274 Surplus Fund... ...... .... ............ ..*.. lO.OOU.UO'
EVERY INCHSTUBBORNLY Moyer, Pryor, Three hundred and four citizens Overdrafts...... .... ............ .. ...... .... 4fi98H Undivided Profits..... ............... .... 10.242.M
wether, Wright, Hays, Green and petitioned the council for U. S. Bonds and Premium.... ...... ...... Is7.171.b7 Circulation...... ...... .. .......... .... .... 100,000.00( I
McHugh the bare permis- Stock, securites, etc.... ............ ...... 2,625.00 Deposits............................. ...... 31XM63.71; .
made up quorumat sion to the Terminal Company to Furniture and Fixtnres.......... .... ...... 6,718.48
the city council meeting; last the [. R. Stamps.... ...... .... .... ... .... ...... bS84
electrify road to Barrancas. The Cash and Exchange........... ... ......... 153,256.70 f
night, when a regular meeting was matter was referred to the companyon -

CONTESTEDA held. Mayor Jones presided. motion of Mr. Hays, who inci- 1710.706 65 1710,706.65: 1

Minutes of September 6 and August dentally remarked the company 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.

20 were accepted without altera could electrify the road if they de II

LEGAL BATTLE OF CREAT tion. sired. ?& .5HSHSHSH5H5H5HSH5ESH5H ,

In a. communication the mayor Tax books
were received and ac '
IMPORT NOW GOING ON IN I
fine of ; having
called attention to a $25 A taxation .
cepted. rate
was not
L. M. Davis MONDAY .< ONE CASE .<
CRIMINAL COURT. been imposed upon fixed, but will be attended to at a 11t

for violation of the sidewalk law special meeting.DEATHlF. All our 10 and 15c % New Dark Outings at

and, after a more thorough explanation -
>I'I Illy one of the most bitterly Lawns 5c per yard. 5c per yard.
asked permission to remit the ;
!
-ted battles that has ever taken ,
fine upon defendant's compliance I|
1- now in progress at the ciimtuurtand sidewalk NSES 525SS 2525252525-Ea5
with the ordinance. The G. CUMMINS '
!
.1! will probably not be I
council :acceded: to his wishes., 1| We have sold our Stock of Furniture to make room for the Largest Stock of
i..J before some time tomorrow. I I ,
The communication
same recom- 1I Carpets Mattings Rugs! and Curtains ever brought to this part of the state and
,- bI mig witnessed by hundreds of nieiultd that the city attorney be I (I. K. Cummin, formerly residing; ,

fcople.Hie asked to draft an ordinance fixing a '. here, died Tuesday: and was/ buried I It now have the only exclusive Carpet Department in West Florida.

that wherein Whorley ( in Mobile. The ''
car i- yesterday immediate -
for firm
penalty furnishing
or corporation I Just received 200 Rolls China and 15 cents to
Hojran are defendant; an in- for cane; of his death was con- Japanese Matting:
impure water drinking
:i.n charging! : ; them with being I sumption.. 40 cents yard.
purposes. I i iI t tj

rl'- :ifter a fact, sjrvwiujr out Through means,; of a cuinmunica-1 j Mr. Cummins: was widely known :> 150 pieces Velvet, Axminster and Tapestry Brussels Carpets, with

.ur lanes: committed in this I in IVnsacola. He married: Miss .
tiou, the city attorney recommended i I borders to match I '
months! ago; and for which '. '''Alice\ Francis of Milton, and after :

.> --r.'..... have been (convict- that Bell the case a iinsl: the Southern his marriage took up his residence :i iI < 200 pairs Lace Curtains ranging in price from 75 cents to $10
Telephone Company be carried I i I
; leading guilty and two here where he had lived fur about a per pair.
the
to supreme court, as he was not I
u'.iiig trial. Liter he 250 75 cents to each.
sati-lied: with the decision from the \year. moved to Mobile ; Smyrna Rugs $4.00

J.m| K.'gas, C'haa. H. circuit judge. It was moved by i j and was made travelling representative -I 50 Wilton Rugs from $3.00 to $10 each.

!>. J t iR.. Laii'lrum and I. L. Capt. Hays that the matter be left to i I of a cracker house. In this 9x12 Axminster, Tapestry and Wilton Rugs, $15 to $40 each.

I .. defending; the prisoners, he f
capacity visited Peusacola |
J on !
the mayor's discretion. Granite Art Squares, 9x12, only $5.00.We .
w l -lIIty: Solicitor:; Charles B. many occasions and was frequently'
J. J. Hullivan, }o-q appearing in
.' ,J\\'r'. .11 conducting one of the behalf uf J. M. Cue, petitioned the i:' accompanied by his wife. He was i! ::f}- Invite You to Call and Inspect These Goods. No Trouble to Show Them.On .-s J

-: .lib. tights in behalf of the i! held in high esteem by commercial'
.. council for a reduction of assessment i this floor we will also show an Elegant Line of Hardwood Mantels and f
,- tot!' : I. has: ever made lie is men, and a group at the Merchants
valuation of his stock in store. The I Tile set for which we are Exclusive ..llgentse9 .
: very endeavor to send the I hotel this morning talked feelingly up
matter was laid over for a full meetiiiij -
.. :'i- ar'rup, and i; receiving '!'of the deceased. I ,
of the council, :as required bylaw ,
'. --- ---- & B. .
\ I--i..t.lnce from Hon* C. W. J. FORBES.

1 lUll W. C. Monroe.: points Reward !
Chairman Hays; of the sanitary
..inly material: nature were I I .
-- -
and harbor committee submitted reports -I -- --
,a -I'lin; every witne put on If You I5uv Them at the I.oston Slme Store, They are Good J
of his department. He recommended I A reward of *HI.1I0 will be paid for i' OPERA HOUSEONE Jf
-' niJ yesterday afternoon and f
an extension of limits for evidence to convict the person or ;
: .. ._ ,,
Etch witness is call-
iritiug. --------- ---
the collection of garbage and also I j person* who stole The Journal's Lit- EXPERIENCE TEACHES c
:, nut. t<> three times.: I NIGHT ONLY !
that a new dumping ground be selected. tie Hiyou and Warricgton papers I !
,''iiyittiiig! on the case is
: An ordinance to cover px- i j from the i'w: : dummy train this: Friday, September 19th. I Thp Skilled :Macliini-t to Keep hi.. Finl'rawa from the Htw TtuItitten -

i-d of Thoa. F. Wnghton, i Shoe Buyer i- Car'-fnl) Next TIIIIP. I'ompetition hI" put many
ten-ion of limits will ba: drawn fir morning. I
k Ii trUt: Lid. Paul Gray, Charles Shoes on the ;Market tnat have: no excuse except "LookWe have
next meeting and the chairman wa THE PKV-AI ,,1.0\ JIIIRNu: CHAS. H. YALEPRESENTS i
i ., Joseph Brown and Abe
u- ni.
notified that it l.iy within \his\ powert ]1 Reliable Wearing Stylish Shoes for Ladies. Gents,
. .1 i i iMr.. Gray I is foreman.W :
direct where garbage: should be APPEAL HAS Tin: IYIILASTIN: : : H < .c Misses and Children < *
introduced this
i -- morniug v ? fc <

-'rte' gave d imaging tf.tii placed.Report on general health of the !|: BEEN ABANDONED :: Devil's Auction : THAT IS: RIGHT IN::
i I. ( .ij.ie-? of local papers, conir city WH read. It was hihly satUfactory I| I II I Won't be L in:. IJeforo You'll W-rit: : S!. ; Lot I'- Show You Our-

.it-count* of lillf-reiit burt I I T1vtNTY-I'Iltsr KDITIOX. j ..
'"''" -
-
i
showing but three ca-es of
rommitted were introducedI I Sam Pasco, Jr., failed to appear It's of Age and Entitled to Vote I INew I
sick nl-: to every thousand inhabitants -
I ii-ni in evidence. l'*e of these i. before the nuyor this morning to I Scenic Inveture! i' Boston Shoe Store

: p>irtWITP objected to by the get an answer to :a motion filed with Cavern of Brim Knees!
Imports from boards of works and I
\ti-fi-n-c. but JmiJgr lUount overruledt i!I the mayor yesterday: and it is aid \.Il..yof Andoche I '
. safety, conveying a budget from Castle Iusomm.i; j \ .NATHAN. 1 (>K( lliiMiiC: I'lopriHor.
i objection mud exception were I an appeal in the case of G. 8. Wells I Temple of Hudda j
noted I each board, were on the table. < has been abandoned. Garden of ManikinPalace! I Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street.

Neither were read, as a motion from !! of Jons-- Hons! 1
Among witne-es examined to.iay Mr. Pasco filed the motion with I Realm of Despair\ !
)[r. Ort>ell stopped it. Mr. Green's j I
w..re Mayor Jones, Marshal: Credille, [ Mayor Jones yesterday afternoonand THE MOST ;i NE\V\ ORLEANS COLLEGE OF PHARMACY.A '
motion was that the reports be referred i I
'uil T-, of the police force, board of was told to be at police court I II ,
I to the finance: committee and Gorgeous Transformation Scese
ihluifety, Eddie Allen, H'irry i today and receive an answer. He i "c-IIIIII'' of riiannacjr <,11I(1"1':0',1< tol pit irmai'i>th.
that the council at a liter :
mleetiiig I
it.t11stint l others. It.iilitTs had uml did not show up and an attempt to EVER PHEHENTED.A l'IImph'l. "UIH-C,( tcturtwith l.allllr"t"I'III-lr -Mini ,n I'HA Y.l'III.M-'
I IYTRI. HIIrA\l. t'11\1II1.1I\1\' M 1,1tHI\: IiI-: H-\ Ainp.e ,
be furnished with iiUcUiii.Mit coin-
printed of i
copies find him failed. TUIItrTK 10 Ol'K ror.VTKY. I ntoimushum'din with in.tructiou Uiat i< unun-i.tlv pr.."'mIii i in II.'I''. Neat e.btonbedmrnet.II tB-
continuous
tune in preserving, by telephone: .
; j '
the finance committee's recommendations. j I I'r.l.5IirMr,4ioiir Z.'iaudT.'rAMP: +I ithKF; NK\V: 'Htl.KA.Nd: LA.
I. I Wells bus not made bond, and SPECIAL FEATl'RES: I -----
The motion prevailed. i ,
MI. -taitlinj: testimony lus beeni spent lat; night in a cell, far different Irene LaTour and Xiza: DeWitt & .\ ('iiiiiiiiiiiiifatioii j jMK I
,
The ordinance relating to fire escapes ;- '! Bum;. Hartholetti! & Praeger, Aure- I Hotel Camden
i 1 i, < nut- point of which waan from the comfortable quarters of I EitiToK--Allow me to ppak n
: lio-Cocci, James B. Mackie, and 40 i
waread the llrt and second I
of Chamberl nn'Cough -
few word' in favor
the club. others. I
Eddie ,
.t mitt'opt to spirit away Utopia
times under a waiving of the rules. I Marvelous D.iuce to the Moon. i Ueme.Jy. MitT'-rfJ for three ('UlIHI.HUJ.: A.
. ljl't.Jr! witness for the state. I
Thiwa.. then referred to the board 1:!! LaD lAce Heimtion. I' year*; with the bnmcniti and c.-uid!

iiiued that several proffers of of public works. DAMAGES WILL i Prices: 25,50, 7sc and SI.at ilft doctors lefpat and night various; I patent triAd wril imdiciues : -\ '> Is New Open to the Public I Iutd'r

i.uruu nature were nude toi .
..- on .all'! nt rcw'i Itookstore but could nothing to I
Petitions for lowering assessment' l jret ; ;imeime 1 the! in it. h.'went'it
i 'iway: from her home Tue-- 'I BE CLAIMED --- -------- any relief until mv wife SCottI
values: on real and personal .
"of
property bottle thi valuable: medicine
1 t IUd entice her to a hnn-eit ONE NIGHT !
I j were received from J. (a. White, :-Ir..1!' w' ich com/pl.-t.lyrefievrd' me MRS. S. MIMS
: w alleged\ an interested; W. S.: KKuriCMAX: P.JgnMo.'! ,
A and :\1.11. &ullivan.! The last named ;, At the city council meeting la-t j Saturday, September 27th Thi remedy i i-for sale by all druyfit -
i- ii!> waiting. .
.f
Peii-it-ii.1.: Floiida.
de lr-
and indicine
>
--- complained \>t tinassessment (\n' night, while :Mr. Sullivan was on hi*
.! i. dy"pep-i. ilieumatim, I
&(H> shares of L. & N. railroad stock: feet, in behalf \lr.l'ot"i interest; As Presented G XJ Ni Iht-: , ami
I- nipl-ilut, c-itarrh: gf-n- '' rii-k Tt.eatrc 111\:: Y You can get your house I
.. mlity are cured by Hood's and 14J; shares in the Alger-Sullivan he gave notice that, should the city furnished complete Mar- \ By the I). y. Week or Month.
A Kama-'i onml hV' i \ IIIIT1"' H. I1'ablr
} !
01 Ilia. Co. Action on both of the1; matters decide build the wharf the '
to at terminus ?nulled ston $ Quinti's on easy pay- \S Furni-t'ed. with the Best the
---
wa< put oil until a later meeting, :Market! Affords
of Pine street as now C"lItt'llIplatf'd -
IA.:: .\. M. ments weekly or monthly. ,i '
when all members are present. i 1 the heirs of John Webb who ;
There will be a regularin I Public Patronage Solicited.
i' 1'1 1 n g of Pen-acola I A petition from the mother and claim the property under an old CAPTAINJ I))riuAfi i o to All kind of Furni .

....... l.ort.e No. 4-J, 1'. & A M.l! wife of l.ob Brown the At 1U1 L' at nearlycotm I Free Sample It n'ms.fn'Iday .
.
prayed: coun-
' > grant, will make a reque-t for a value to make loom fur I I
1 U/ u s 'clock Thur-day eveiiuiij. -
\ -itin. brtthreuiiattriially cil for. the relea-e from nnprionmetit on certain piling which are alleged new..tock. i, Hates !Made to Traveling t5letn.

invite,. of that man, representing they' have been down adjoining OF THE .
t h T of \\'. M" I to put Fishing tackle of all kinds

C. M. :-K.OEKTixt:, were in titufecircumstance The': the litigated: property. JINKS J HORSEfiARINES I and good crab nets at the : Thos. C. Watson & Co.,

becretary. p-irty: i"i !serving a seutenceof acl day Capt. Hays maintained tnerf was Willis Hardwaer Cos.vaePOT.xn.. :,. the leading Real Estate Agents,take '

/ ;(arden hose at the Willis I on the streets, and it was: the sense nothing of value there except per !all the worry oil the shoulders: of the
.. ,
f i "l/WareCo's. '' of the hody that: he serve-out-the- haps a few rotten posts. Mr. Sullivan WITHELIZABETH i I' Bees the le M Von Have Alsats) Eat: i Ito owners renting of of their property hnnses, manage and the collection the

i1I1IHl'ITIIS iI i however, aid he only desired: KENNEDY '? !! of their jum as conscientiously -

1 to put the council on notice. j as they would, themselves.) !
: FOIL .I Their churjfare reasonable.lnit'r' .
And a Harmoniously Selected Com-; very
The tlnelieo( sterling; silver I play, including I Kscambia; CouatT ircuit Court, ::.ItM..1|
tneuancery..I I.Iame"C. | ."p-1 for the
'SCHOOLBOOKS ol Horlda
goods and silver novelties i is to be
TlU
THEODORE BABCOCK. .I Watson j jTS GlSt t price ever 3"L1 here.
found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices tO | j O. M. pryr.
s'\ :r MAVK THE L.RGErHTOCK EVER BROUGHT TO PEX A- i Mary Bauer Ueo. W Kaacr I ,
;please all. 4<> in the allil.atiflll. Ella DtBrux. :
I'rojilc Or Fred 15au r. C .
COLA AND AT LOW PRICES. Alic. Atunger. Walter At- I] Ji. S Tc :tI.: _.
I Curtain rises at 8 p. m. sharp. ;i iU singer Anna E. uoodman I I ., I "'JiadI.'arslJj! : 1'4 '
Try the NEWS Want Column. and Calvin Uoodmaa and {
STORE. ------- iI I IOnThurdiy I 8pafltbeLite"/
.GEM BOOK -- I Emma Cody.
.
i You must have good yeast to make I II I I the :S M diJ of ctoher, A. m. i il M"t
I For tbe next \ :
' '. te Line of School Supplies Tablets, Pencils, Penholders, Etc. buckwheat cakes. The We-t Florid Alifiosi t Cost C t 60 Jaysfurfll to appear to the bill died ae :ntt ber bereln. i iThi
Steam; Bakery sells Flei-chman's! | / I j .order to be'pubI1 bPd once men week i by buying
niture O. ,
Yean, two cakes: or one at for four con eeutl\'t' week in be Uuu Save Honey
SEE iME AND SAVE MONEY. | Campresed :
M. Pryor's to make room for new Vtwa newspaper puWitbwl in said furniture
'
your
ticket for nickel.
cake and one a I stock.Foley's. c8mbla county 1':8"1'
A. M. MOMILLAS. at Mar ston $ Ouina's
CHAS. R. JOHNSON : Clerk Circuit .
before you buy Fur Honey and Tar Kj R. H. Burton. It.C. Great Furniture
iSee Pp niture. His! prices ,, I 1'ea'aeoia Kla.. Ht-pt tttb, ivci.: j Empo-
:J1H SOriH 1'.u..\}'ox STtlKET, j are the lowest. i children.safe.sure. A'oovfates 8110a..w rium.



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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 18, 1902



STEAMSHIPS. '1, FEAR OF A CAVIARE FAMINE Is the name sometimes :giver :;

------ CASTRO RETREATS That l Gold Spoon. co'or'ag-oDs, is generally known as tii<, ; .

E I IIi America Now Supplies the World EASE. It is not confint. 1 .

I There men who seem to be With or the lower .
are some I Sturgeon. :

| AN OCEAN TRIP BEFORE REBEL FORCE favorites of fortune. They are indus- I The time is said to It- not far ofl and best ttr 3< -

,, trious, cheerful workers, full to overflowing when ('a\'Iare will be as expensive ascanvasback I Blood PO-ISO"ince infected with th-: ., -
I of the of spkndid health,
energy
I I diamondback ter. through
duck or handing, t'
(<<
fairl
To NEW YORK BOSTON and success seems > to drop into
( Crisis Approaching In Vene- their hands. It is of such as these! that ',rapin. Though supi' >>ed to tie a for drinking from tl'! .

ANDALL : the less {unhand sign delicacy, it lit 'lmot exclusively I using the same toilet articles or otherwise coming in coaUu tt. .

l EASTERN RESORTS : zuelan Revolt. tv' less successful I American. At one time all the ca\iare : who have contracted it.

I HIa f C.M i t man saenviously\'s in the market was of Ihiropfan origin It begins usually with a little blister or sore then sv, ;:

\l'u GOVERNMENT SOLDIERS DESERT. European waters have been nearly I groins, a red eruption breaks out on Ten years ago I contract. .
l : ; .
T/e1t "That fellow :
fished! out of sturgeon, however and body sores and ulcers appear of Blood Poison. Iwasue.rr I .
5 t STEA.\ISIIIP CoMPA1'k: I was born with a in the mouth, the throat becomes ofa physician until Hound I
E OCEAN
: Battle of Sept 11 at Tinaquillo Resulted today the German and Russian uianufacturors : ::'<1'
I v' K \ .1, .. .' .- W. f : gold; spoon in who have ulcerated the hair, eye brows and do me no good Then bf'o 0:, ..' .
practical monop--
,
"
his .
s t. for Revolutionistsand mouth s.s S. commnced
in
Breezes Victory to imur
of Ocean t.
fall
JO Hour of the finished product rely lashes out ; the blood becoming "
And yet on oly upon and in a very short time all
t .t
:
Sailings each WeeK Not the Government Forces as more contaminated colored the disease disappeared. : '
analysis it will the Urited States for the sturgeon eggs copper I te .C
-I c 3 from Savannah Ga. Reported In Previous Dispatches. i ; be found that out of which the finished! delicacy is splotches and pustular eruptions and tIes and today am Sound ,->r.: ", .
R- M.
wall
this success is sores different of > : en.*:oJ.... :
1 appear upon parts -
._ ,, made. The same process of extinction -s.
"I" ,.traa. "..I..i:<-..'..111',1.. \1'.' .r,,!l-'i Ilk ',1>ii." ',.n. Willemstadt! Island of Curacoa, largely due to is going on In this country at a very the body, and the poison even destroys the bones
tr n... !' """ I,. II, ', I. "Kt ., ,. splendid health, the endowment of a ..
.14 ,,, ," 'I.',,, I'illll- I') .i Sept. 17-Recent adtlces receive rapid rate, and thus far no steps haH S. S. S. is a Specific for this loathsome disease, and cure* it ,
!I ..., '.. .., I x ,i i i'.l ., I i.r."Ii 1 healthy mother.Dr. forms. It is
.n. confirm first worst a perfect antidote for the powerful virus
her from Venezuela the t: '
,,' ,. .. N. kR Pierce's Favorite Prescription gives been taken by: either tire national or :
FO" ..... ..fra.a1,0a. .Oet.r,....k- ), patches of The Associated Press the mother health to give her child. It the state governments to regulate: theindustry. the blood and penetrates to all part : ,:
.
:!l .nu.. rtt grew To \( from Wiltmstadt of Friday, Sept. 12. cures nervousness, nausea and slet-pless- At the present time the threecenters Unless yon get this poi:un out of \ .

"1 .' e. k-.l tint' n..11.11. 1i.+-.:.wt...-<'..r.rnw.a....&....t..I.i I.. ",, The battle which as announced he ness. It makes the body comfortable and of sturgeon catching: are the ruin you, and bring disgrace ar. .
.'JI "..11".1 t.-r eL l.dena/nt f mind It i 'our children, for it be transmit .
I Tina the content. gives physicalvigor Delaware rU.r, tire great lakes and } can :
a ;tom n"rf7flrT.1' KtC"'IC'T quilo. and muscular that the to child. S. S. S. curtains
I elasticity so the Columbia rht-r. \ limited number! no tm.r:,;: '
.. -- -.. baby's advent is practically painless. I but is guaranteed a strictly vegetable compound '
revolutionists! : under the command of are caught in Puget sound, and according -
I "I will endeavor to tell you of the many Write for free home treatment book and him ',
our all: ...
GF.NKltlli HlllNCH: SCHjiUfK: Generals Mendoza Batalla and KIM, benefit 1 have dtnved from taking Dr Picric i to ship captains, there is still u >-.t I. .
'F t : -- and government forces; of about the j I Favorite Pre cnption."writeMr-;. B K; Robertson a vast and untouched supply: iu the Blood Poison. If you want medical advice give ItS a ln>i( Following jq the schedule "f the I of Medicine Lodge Birhrr Co. Kans. 'In I and our physicians will furnish all the information you u ; ',
} i t same strength led by Venezuelan miu ] the fall of 19.1 I'a- expecting to become a waters uf !'Iuthl'rnlaska.. The waterways -
iroverntnent : General, French inter of war. General Carrido. resulted I I.I mother and ,uTire tcmhl with paint in the ]I whii-li run fl'urnIcouwr charge whattver. THE SWIFT SPEPjnfJ pr A1LA" a.
l which THE NEWS prints for the I back if heal in fact I ach.all over uifrred i
; benefit of the merchant who! hip in the defeat of the government i i I with awful eanngiluun pains; 1 wa. threat- northward along British Columbia are

: their goods to tie \ .uiou farces and not in a victory for the litter I I I coed for weeks with mi-hap. A lady friend I| another field of con- ldrablo piui>iiovi Fol!', '" Kid neCurf' make= thRubber hose, all t'- I'I
army "
lultl me to u-e Dr Tierce- inn'.K! mes She had
rI i 9 anLOunced in dispatch from ; i! But the first quality and the one di'eanl kidneys. sound =.> they will
post: 1 as a i taken them and felt like a new woman. I bt.an I the .
t ,: using the Favorite Prtscripuun'andtook fouri which nil from elimite the poisons from the blood. Willis II(lr,/If'.> .-, t
epicures prefer comes
l t1 Lt-an' Pt-nsicola ... on ..... T.ixis. m. Tories Cardenas, secretary of Pres- .. i
.._..... ; i i bootlcoIf'ji.r. mv baby came :and two afterward \V. A. D'Alemberte,121 S. 1'aUfox.
.. 7..Via
I 1.tlvtIMrllICI1S.: ) ] the 'lawue.'e. That of the great lake I
dnt Castro uhih bet forth that Conral I Buffered; "lmo..lalh with mther i I Know J
Lt'livs 1'ickfn- .. ......... s.'.i s. : on.nrt" I. '
.....?. m'l tiro children tint hardly reah/eil that I was is inferior in flavor, while the Pacific: .cragolitulninc.
; Leave. ltarrH-icH4 NtSs.: < Meixlo/a's army had been ai uni- I I I i.1 lt. ; ? '
:. .. .. .. kk WIKII thisluliv wis born and She w.ighedtwelve I !
I'ensac da 10.1. rank and
Las 1\ article I is altogether: too
hJatl-d: !I'jlt. )hf! rear Tinaqaillo.!i TIpn'a : 1 and unenartcr| l"innds. !she i- now I Pocket cutler and scis
A: KnrrnnLtii Ii.10 and : You will have ,
-ives A m. 1 ( ek-icn month oil and hanever known anhour's coarse for the mo-t ri-uninl pnlnto It j pnt'i .. !!
I m.kry a trip to Fort McKea andtbenre-i I i ;irent of that date as sent from \ /flower .
I sickness at she weighthirty- garden t':
tarn> to linrruncfts. I) ; I'r..ut was the latter whuh wadtMnlied by sors from' the finest to the \ -::
t 1 4tj Levt-k HfirrnncH. .. ... Ita p. her Sept 12 way only that of an ad- 1 seven tlOllII.b I one it all to IT 1rces lowugroutid.j \OUI'I.-h t ta f
k .. ... taionte l'rescriptiun""Favorite '\ an Irishman s* a !sl'.id roo (lri"iil in cheapest at the 1 Willis{
"
Fickfns .
of + { J.fHves .1.25 p vane guard of no importance. The home, and ht call, \1.. I r:
Lfives! ft-D,iicoU ... ..... 4.:in' p. 111'1 I Prescription" makes weak cod liver oil. I'p to the present century
tat real battle begin Sept 11, and lasted I Hardware Co. though he may f n: k ..
Lfl..M HioUnns ... .. .. c5p. I women strong, and sick women well. I Hud
there were UIIIt'tur " '' $I# \rnv>'s Harraiica! 5J p. m. and wakes foal days. ater which General Ca-ridi !' Accept no substitute for the medicine Every woman want- ,
1 t t trip: to .Ica:,t' and return retreated on Valencia and eventually! i which works wonders for weak women. ton find Contu-ctuut in :NewLondon: own, and if she will i aThos.C.Wnt8on\" ,
rd UuYPduesdayeuud :- :atnrdaygthe: and :Xarraean: well as
bays as
4 .' b< it wi'l leave 'U,rranca- via Pick- "'nterr.l that tits. Sejit 13:;, with abo'it i Hr. Pirrce's Pleasant Pellets are the 'IIIJWIt.tUY: & Coleading .. 1
most desirable laxative for delicate Long Inland sound but the nun bcr I Real E-tttt .\ .
t 1 gu= for 1'eiiaacola at 6:30 p. m. 2.100 men leaving the road free for The undersigned. take*this method ,: .
I has smaller and todayis show I her .
steadily can I how
women. grown ,
I
i The General French i u for army the further advance on Caracas of I )f :Juerang.e r -erVl'ce11", a t1oue. -. j. :

i Z 1} f : purpo-es only and any outsider must the revolutionary al lliY under Generals scarcely worthy of consideration! !Srst-ilass licensed midwife having I _
l
have from the I I New York Post. had 35
a pas qu irteruuteri ; Mendoza. Riora and Battala years experience. ,
take passage o i her. Can give best of references from : Buy a new gar( The only other government army in i ORCHARD AND GARDEN.
;Tifc, which Is under the | Take Care of the btoiuaclt!! leading physicians of this city from the WiUi ]f
he field is the OM I j MKS. M. OIDDENO: j ; 'tr l l"II'

I STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE I personal command of President Castro, j i For planting! always buy :young trees The man or woman whose digestion lit lIt South DeVilliera St. i Company.

{ i who. a few days ago was about 13 not too large. i H perfect and whose stomach ,
miles south of Caracas and was sendIER performs its. every function 13. never ,
i V Proper trimming gives the fruit aI
{ i i sick. Kodol
x 4 Between IViisacohi and illon-I1.lal cleanse, purifies and
out scouts looking for the advance I better chance to de\'elop.j sweetens. the stomach and cures positively -, O R. MOFFETTIS Cures Clioiera-liifjofiifli,

tuna Baily Except: !Sunday. guard: of thA army of General Mates, i j liapld growing: trees Lave a softer and permanently all stomach I ,,, ar4 blarrhaeUvsent,n,and

"CITY OF TAMPA." the revolutionary leader. The president -! bark than slow growing onus, and are troubles, indigestion and dyp psia. tht li, ecl Trouhks ul

,. f later abandoned his position precpitately i less able to resist disease. It is the wonderful reconstructive u Chtldrenoldn) Aye ,
rk.l' : :i i,? Milton! tam: I.v Pensncolal..tipm: r fA1'' Aids butstton,
- Ji before the advance of tha tonic that i is making so many sick PegulatrtApis
i 1 A: PtnsitcoIa.iOiam; Ar Milton. 5.ixjpui || lied clover is one of the Lest plants. 8 (TCCTHING.POWDER3))
people well and weak people tat BowrtStrenttr ,
rk strongby
revolutionists who Ocmure.
e.-iic Hound occupied for the orchard.] It the
lnp.Jl.ui.CYNICISMS. J.
; keeps ground
t{ I conveying to their bodies all of th, Uud and M ,
Costs 25
The president retreated froze Oc- I Only cents at Druggists,
loose and enriches and shades It. I
]i the nourishment in the food they 7LLTHIM, t IMID I It
is 4/ inure to Chara\-a\a and then to Guaya.ba -, The hkUuiits! Mack walnut, pecan j) eat Rev. J. H. Holladay, of Holla- ; : Or mail 25 "BU to c- JTcskEOEE.AliJnlTiS.li7 M .. ST, LOUIS MO
f about four hours' march from Ca- i { > DRi MXPFETT -M) Dear Sir:Juice t imyerptnenfp l .
? I and btittumiSk never siicctad if transplanted I day, Mis*., write : Kodol has cured ith yourt zee' t -- raras | Mhun l.ire.; They are bitter ; me. I consider it the bet remedy I trnublete tl..nf;. R.ri-} r.metyrag. haurtedin0.-shaptutprerrript T ,
it-rj man thinks lie is niisunder / (onunudtopa-a 'if pure bt 11..1 j in nlte.er..nuou.-Jrordat-stan. I
the intends
According to president u-ed
report ever tor ; and -tonidch ,
lIvpt'p"
t planned] as nuts where they are tu n-rn. IhfriliV-rn, tl ryT"EtIIINA.ai.IH.t a laImthen w i' "tOOtJ. to move his army to a point 1 .ot.llltlIn I troublE'a* givPII up bv: phy..i- the I- t |. arm r,_uUr/ r.llhankili '.>fcTHIV A. the little bibn n d i .

Mow it amnst-s people when a 'lCtor near VaUr,'la, join forces with the cian?. Kodol saved my lift 'l'ake ,! \ .t. U W 11. tyF.aFdruti'nr., : .
f | rumng roes cutting bark rltisehproduws. : '
: jretsirk'! troopo under General Garido and attack i it after meals; llarpi; Pharmacy,
1 as n rule, fewer blossoms of I John Sheppard Sidney l ahu.II i i iFoiey's
:-:'uiitpeople rc-fti-e to give von croJ- the revolutionary army commanded fcutr quality, while tho-e not so clnsclrpruaed ( f l
t t i uurluiiuiiltss! you wear o\er- by General Mendoza. I O
mmn will "
bar if'Miiniltr
a larger: number
A uh-. From all points are reported desertions '! Cowers. II Kidney Cure UJ! t ; ,

$ U l'lie unnti-n have great admiration : of government soldiers! to the j It is better to cut away the dead nukes kidneys and bladder Hzht. .I llDa -
ranks of the revolutionists: ; and the j
tor
,I If''i .1 in.i n who s.ijhi- ue\t-i &ani a j woo<1, even if the tree is disfigured', ,
. k to allow it to This Is : ;
j- I I lenuin. .
. -H, I.k that the! last; important incident of I in real estate: -lots of it. A real e ; ,
t. joursilt DMT. You are probaiili I eswl.illj| true of the peach, which the
t tate is :
fingerboard
sign usually a to
I
the revolution! Is I I
i approaching
a -t lwrse.s.d <>( a jot of P'tty tueau I thrives un!<'r severe cutting back.APHORISMS. wealth. Thos. C. Watson & i

) rll"-"' tint J'l1Ir'tllw It-tier ofl wIthout.I .' I Co., the leading heal Estate. farm

)J f ]-.\('r.Oila'. a !.Ian n-ad of a woman C.\\CEU: (;CIUH: IIYItliOODllUjMll I have some offers which it would

C losing a n-l-'ttiooli he feelj.istiii lin j be worth your while to consider. Go J ej .

'ti ins stnad l against giving hi,: wife \ VL.ui and fil...... Di-ranon Cured. IVw things are iiujKissiblu to dill and see them to-day, and don t wait

I # luouey. MrM.. L. Adams, Fredonia, All, : fcnc'i' and skill.-.\ dlsull. ; till to-morrow.
1 = iigiirA
1 i. + Olin of the fiiiiiiii'..t tliinss in the took l>"t.inic flood Balm, which effectually The lat! pleasure in life is the henrf !

t I (l, : l world i is to MV a wuman iry not hex + cured all eating cancer of discharging: our diitjIlazlitt y

); er ra use she wants 10, but because shu the no e and face. The ore* healed '!' There f ia, not a I'Sl'lnll to strongly I I

;. f I ; z 4 : thinks :she oul.t to.-Ati'!hKon (JlolteIli + up perfectly. Many doctors had ;,".11'11 In the huru.iu Mart as l'U'- i' HARPER I :SO. ,

.. >care of the lnilr.N given up her case aB hopelerr, hun-!i Slurid.in.: i iA I

I dreds of caes of cancer, eating ; wis- man neither suffers himself FINE WINES ETC.
) profr" I ha4 advanced LIQUORS
-.I. lag : more |i soresupperutiuj,' welling, etc., j
to to
I governed nor attempts girceroother
,
\
r,7idly of .ttthan; auger, but it ,I: have been cared by Blood B. lrn. I IAinoni ,
t' ;t ,nild not b>- n-pd ev''pt where ab- : ; other.Ir-. B. M. Gueruey, ".-l.j I'.rtijiro:

t uitely H'-ft.*-:try. III I ca-es. of piles Watriur Mand' Ala. Her iio-c :and IiMl: humor and p'IIl'r..sit carry S. A. :

-r exampi! ', it B "II'JlII needed. 'I lip were raw as beef, with offensive : the day \\ith! the pfipular heart all! the FRIEDMAN
t I),-Witt'a
Witch Hazel Silvecnrp
{ di-chaige from the fating sore.Doctors i, world < \->'r.-Alexander: Smith
l .
:' .ii"kly and 1erutineutll'l'n- I advised cutting, hut it I \Vhfii mural courage feels that it H p o BOX -118. TKLKIMIOMW : .
'!uallod for c it;, burns, bruise s, failed. Blood Balm
I : : healed the :
I In tin right thi-'i- tat
I itQtl4.ikin di-ct-es. : is no ptr-ou.il --
Accept no i -ores; audIB.. Guerney i.* a* 1
h,L' <.f whlth It is ln .tl le. !
c ;unt>rfeit- I was '-" troubled well < :ii> > -Lt'igiiUm.t
as ever. Botanic Blood Balm
with I>lpl'dhl piletb: I lost much I : .
{
9 '. 1.11..0 cure; eczema, itching humor, ICE AND !
M"ud and -trfii{th -ivs J. C Phil- ,
cabs and cale* bone '
x pain: ulcers 1py t ,
*
lips, PanIII.. DWitt'Vitcli t
I oileu-ive pimples, blood poi-on, car- feet Swollen to liniiiciise ti/'".
I H lZol l Halve cured me in a port bunclecrofuld, n-inr and bump, WE EXPECT TO PPLY A MITH I.A OER TRAIJi'. .

y l ralll'." H-iothi" 'and h'alHarui-' I, on tile! kin and all blond troubles.Drnivit c'l had kidney troubleo: bid" ,
'j i t''i'untavy: J'rhurherpard'iduey *. $1 per large bottle. *':aye J. J. coxofllle"II'W.* Ky., THIS :SIMMER THAN EVE< J l'JF HE ':

K.t>.u. :MBtple of Batanic Blood Balm free "that I could nut work, my feet were sir zScientifically- a

-' and prepaid by writing Blood! Balm -wollpu to nnmen=pizi> and I was SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW. _,

.i Cu AtlJLtitt: GJ. Describe trouble Co I.Iltied to my l)-'d and pliy-ici.tu- Distilled

t' 1f.lutf'. T'el"tr. I Land special medical adviceent in weie unable to ITIVP me any reli-f. Thompson Olsen
; & C.
t' I "'hal I'. :. aiiitvs mulb. rs are! :My doctor finally pr'crllwd : .
.f' 1 :.u.. < arch to ....o- i sealed )It-tier. It i" c.Tfiiulysorth Foley wVllman Naturally Aged,
Killlll'Cure which in uic
a
while )
such remarkable
4 F For ai1 -s anl tm useM' iniettigittair: a -
k : f.' WI.i .rlt'r mi1Sh. I remedy, as Blood Balm cure- <-f mt'V. A. D'Ab-uabertH. Absolutely Pure. Manresa Street, Telephone 141.

.t Y; .' w i 'i ."' when 1'm colj.l"o tIe: i'io-t awful, wont and mo-t 1 Il: 1 :h. Palafox - -- - -
,''J .1, > \.I' !'t \\.t deepeated blood di-ea-e 11..1 .lad :1"1 tar all l ""I'
S I tin I '. ". i.ki":i Just I

.d"fQ; + AlII' > yO't .\ flit!iic*<, HHII'H '.nrcn"m."My For male byDannheisser WICI< E & CO.

.k.I' Mr" evhtioutd the CASTOR :
.t, 1R"t! In'4hc il iy in.-ni Bros..a ,
1'11.t i 1.I'h.r1lt! T\o!: i M 1 l'mfull.\! .iiiiu.it,' in his u-e

t' ,. r1.i j But n \' -t Jinnie of lanrange, "th.itwi! in trout titnur. For Infants and Children Plumber Gas and Steam
fitter
: 1',1 n,<' :. i a ;!:.itAi '. .
':., l 1 <> n!. . ".vtn; me to tw floor tbop is Im'I''p'rl> ptinctinittl The Kind Yen Han Always' Bougl'JI -- ,
i I S.Ih r v ... n v-'t, "Yon don't hid rue:;' t'xdaullfthe

1 "J So I am sn. -II<' think. me just I rosjurouutTch.int. the /' No. & South Palafox Street.

i 1 11 $ .A IIt:1r t.Y t. :'W ;..;! "Yt'sr.! Yon have ouuttttl a roui !gnaturaofIf I r All Kinds 01 Plumbing and GaB Fittings Materials Inept ou Hs iTELEPHONK

Y at T'in nit .1 tH.otM>>. any more ma"- 9-M : KNBAOOLA FLA.Avery.
l l \\"lth .a" h. .It my tuck; "U n't tri me anymore.. I onn't ...
I It \ln't i h.. mill>" >rare before bear to think of It. lU-re I'\e inaUi-
I I .U';, 11 0 h.\t'r"u'k. lOlt want a good Bedstead
I'm cuing t.jutn volunteers; only two or tine paltry millions out .A. J.VL.

K ;ih $ ,. J\ fathrvi" a "\<'t." of this, buitnss.Vlicu I think! of the or a nice Crib for the .
And surety U,.'n I will not he billions I might base in.Kle If that
baby go to oil!arston $
A httlo f..llo.t' ,
s3 r comma had Ucn present Inn: OUT Quina's., ''SfCTKSSOR: TO AVERY k: WOOLFOLK.

I, .i Of course, although; she thinks me thlIt \ whelmed with nlflrSt.-\\-a'hing1on
1 ,. tines not make It 110. SIJIr. IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
.st I'm !big enough and strong enough
A< ",'mt>. I reckon know. '
,t; '4 .) Bat then' one feels so small In
t) To think she can forget "I Lad kidney trouble for year?," .
111. Or "n't t"'I1\'t'! that 1 am not ,7a ItItI l0AK+T

t.- *I I.rt r A little' fellow! yet! 'INteltonVah I write* Mr, liiymond.: "and the Conner: doctors of tiw meet (tattJ d tUCORE] d Iron, Nails, Axe Khovch l Saw Mill and Steamboat!

Ah v.rll the mother'' good as gold I I could not help me. I tried Foley's letl.FOlEY'. A Pleasant Hnpplie, Uookm< and Heating htoves, Paint Oil-
r r P
i+r. AnJ kind akinil can l>c. Kidney Cure, and the very first dose I Window Glass Guns, PitoU and Fi-hinj Tacklh
f n.t #1. Thrn no on.' flue In all the world rave relief
me and
I. Llgn Ti! it'B hilt' .,,. Km to meSo I cannot say too much I am for now cured IIDIEY 1.1 Agate and Tinware and Hoiiseruriiisliini (Joods.CaTAGEXS .
a I ht her n'nk,! It if she will I Koley'e s j
,'. r When Kidney Cure \V A D'Alemberte, CIlf1ltttd D.qCf Employment.. .
I. too nm a \(>t. FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL CO\IPAS\-.o
121 S. Palafox. I
it; It may le 1 nx'sh:: I were
; s, ,X Her l.tUe frllovt jet! I Cooking becomes an enjoyable Revere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery
mona, f efund d. CotvUlruremtdiei I task when Gas Wheel Co., Laftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's K: tl-

Cures Uriiiorrha.t4i the Lun 8. j DR. KING'S recognized by eml- stoves are used. The Coups somine&, Iron Co.'s Fling Raw and Hide Buck Stoves Lace Leather and Ranges, Wm.
Masury'Made !
4 were"Several so badly year allected* since that I had : TRY NEW DISCOVERY Drat physieUns u the but lot I! reason : No ashes, dirty 'I Railroad Colors

Kiiaiy and BUdd coal, soot, worry about Masonic
many hemorrhages," writes A. M. I troublta. Temple $ Pensacola Fla.
ii Ake of Wood Ind. "I took treat FOR THAT COLD. na Wr toil .J.Ir\ even heat as you want it.

ment with several phyician3 without TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. Quick

I1 l ; any benefit. I then started to : Cures Too, = -
is qrte take Foley Honey and Tar and my Consumption.Coughs W. B. WfllGflTMANUFACTURESfi compllNY

lungs are now as sound as a bullet. i Colds, Bronchitis Asthma NOTICE Oa is, and cheap compared ,
,,
I recommend it iu advanced ,
with coal. If
stages you've
\ if hereby circa that on the l"th
day of '
8eotemfcer.
of lung! trouble." \V. A. D'Alem- PneumoniaHayFererPleu- A. U 1\ill. at 10 o'clock a. m the- never tried it, try it now. AND DEALERS tNt
e berte, 121JS. Palafox. risy LaGrippe Hoarseness !innJe lgoecl will apply to the Honorable
,liTnos I H. McCuua h. county Judge of Es- Ask us.Pensacola.
I Sore Throat Croup and cambia county lorida. at the court house I LUMBER LATHS
sdt Refrigerators have In the City of Pensacola. for action upon ,
a Whooping ; ber petition for the aUotroent of dower In

,, few left, which we will sell I NO CURE.: Cough.NO PAY. I a the copy real of estate which of petition Henry' ifei3er.Is now on deceased tile In Gas Co SAWED' CYPRESS SfINGLES.-Kllu-Brief S S';s

at cost. Marston $ Quina. Pnc the court of said County J edge ,,
50c.
S and SI. I
f TRIALBOHLESFREE. aseptoawtd
t1t t, ll t I BAIIBAU.fU1Fua. 25 and 27 E. Garden St., Pin lice la, Fla. PENgACOLA, FLA.








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Treat I POLICE PROBING FISH MURDER. A -- ,! 1
Don't Symptoms SEASHORE IDYL.When -------- I


(rafter the c:1u: <:e. Stimulants and cathartics will never cure IndJChildren st1on. Investigation Into Facts of Banker's at night yer gently Eleepin' p

.rL) I ,ty t..rnporarily. relieve the system but the next meal clogs It again. The \ Death Being Pushed. Sleepln' in yer trundle bed. .
An' yer hear a buzztn", creepin' rw
.' JUld t3 di ested. Tl'e .
j nourishment-healtb-strength It contain.i1uJ v'
f Creepln round yer drowsy head,
r"t arrropriated-abiiorbed bl the system. New York. Sept. Investigation Such a gentle kind o' buzzln', _

Into the farts surrounding the deathof Seems like some one's 8aln'' "Cousin LtJ1tL"1A" : I

i I KODOLpurifies Nicholas: Fish: the banker, which Couz-ln'zln,!"couz-zln, couz-z-zin, couz-z-x- 'I II

followed an altercation in a saloon, When yer ain't got no slch kin.
cleanses,strengthens and sweetens the stomach :Monday evening is being pushed with Head's In under quick an' cheat 'er! I
Thr lVft This new disco very digests all classes of food and assists It's a low down femayle skeeter I
II I i the etomach and digestive organs in assimilating and grl'a.t1:01': today with a view to having That's a-lyin' t

transforming it into the kind of nourishment that ii all! possible light thrown on the An' a-tryln' for Infants and Children. .

0 ft taken up by the blood and fed to the tissues throughout case at the inquest Friday. To break In.An' .

the various organs of the body. Kodol cures indigestion According to Assistant District: At The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature

If rmm and dyspepsia, thus removing the cause of all stomach torney Garvan. Mrs. Margaret Picll' _ealh there the ain't bedclothes no good ;o'she slldln'won't leave of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under his

ItUUUl troubles. Kodol dives such strength to the body that a sister of Mrs. Casey who is said to For she knows yer only hiain' personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no ono

it is Invaluable in ill wasting diseases. have been In the company of Mrs. An' yer got ter rise ter breathe. to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
s w! 'lIdme of&! % $&tter nerJthlni eu" bad*ule r"'u..), I recomml'oc1It." 'I was struck hy Sharkey. has been located Couz-ln, couz-zin, couz-z-zin, couz-z-z- health of Children Experience against Experiment.:
Kodol Digests What You Eat. in Roe-ton and arrangements are zln!"

In i 11f' _measurement)m the trial size which gem tor 50c._ I : : the Head's from under-biff! She's got yer. HaveAlways! Bought
city durng in/iuest. Mr. Garvai An' I told that she'd .
swat
yer
jllI'sIIIIe\ [EarlQ Risers the famous little liver pUll for btllousneu or yer.General
conlllp& lon. Safe thorough. They oarer rljw. said he believed her evidence would Jackson! Bears the Signature of

I go a Ions way. In clearing up the mys. Say, I'm axln'

John !Sheppard.Harjjis1 Pharmacy Hidney Kami.iiklnic I tH) Did she swat? .11.11In

-I At the home of Nicholas Fish. ;t I It yer git as hot as tinder

II. It Iu hull Crntl. \\'elI. For Tllr Dltchrn. was said too that Mrs. Fish had recovered An'Crouchin1 she thar beneath that sheet.
journvja out the winder
". Amnns the most essential thIngs ID I from the first shock which
IMI that fat :Mrs. Soperi Don't you think you've fooled that

"> ..rt was: a tall lint in one of th(' construction of tile ditches U a hei husband's untimely death causedner. skeet

.IUlI! she. K.it ri;:ht down u-- j.wM.l outk-t. A ditch may l>e dug and and was noN'stlng quietly.! Mr?. For Couz-In she'll, hustle back a-buzzln', Use For Over'30 Years.THE .

and do the work for Fish has been confined to her bed couz-zln coua-z-zln. couz-z-z- .... .,
t'llt-d! ill risilit zln; CINV uN COMPANY n .u..n .trY ".w 0" c"

lHfoi;:e, ?>ut that was a which it was uiud.' all rIght for a bhorttiun since yottorday .morning. They'll locate yet In the dark- .-. -

I Ii. [IM bi-en there. I believe -. .Hid then! it I"iu to fail and 'I LORD BERESFORD IN NEW YORK. An'Biff!yer She wonder has 'bout why all ole yer Noah owe 'er, - -- -- -- -

1 i -pit! \\ih laughter. when iim'"tiiration l is mid to find th
I ilon't! think it. Harry. You .in-f nine tnuis out "f tn it is fouml j Admiral of English Navy Talks of Re. And the worst two

'i- .vur I i: t.-Ksthaiue.: i cent War Maneuvers.New In the ark! *
that the til<> have tilled uy fur some I Florida Times-Union and Citizen. o-OI -oFensacola

di-tanv. This is fivtiuoiitly caused b.vln York. Sept. 17.-Admiral LoiJ

Mir Mlaht.it' I ';:> aiid, otlwr >t,M-k. N,.\\ this can hades BH &ford. of the English navy: FlorIda.

'iJlI'r she relicts; licr warS litlivttcr flr n'uh',1 than niuedicd.TMi has arrived here for a stay of three ,
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:t \vIl at the mouth the or frixI'tvt weeks. ry.LI Near East Hill Electric Terminus.
ollitl sh..? I Railway
square and f'iir to sis fwt dtn-p i "I have followed the American naval I
.. .j 1 Know Imth lit-
"11 they are 1
and with it with t\\o inch lumln-r. Cut and army maneuvers with muchinterest.

'. i- il I : "\\- her hnslsinJ thinks a hole fur thc tl> and lot the tile iin- j .' said 1*'. "I do not consider This gignatnre h on every box: of tho genuine I Beautiful Lots for Sale.

M "tniitled to e\cry I bright Idea jtit a tew liwhts In the \lNi\. or well. | that America has wast ,1 any money : Laxative Bromo.Quinine I'

Iietroit FntI'rcxv Cut :i >.|KIW i>!i thc IOWIT side! of tlif i in the \powder th. t was burned in th! I the remedy that cures' a cold In one
t.x'for irt .'rrt"\\. Now jou have your :j sham war {nunVe are beginning 'tu *Mi|>iil> 11.4-iu. ing to location and surroundings.

=GOLA=< tilt- \\lu-re I ji u ('allJ any time and to do that, t."",. now. and I think it is: "1 can save you a lew (mints; on that -- - -- -

.<' il all i.s ri;:ht Nothing can enter i' one of the N-st things for the training; Fiii; ," said the schoollmy to the man Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Beautiful View J

V :: and Corn Weal l Mills tin1 tilt1<> choke it. ('li'aii the mllJ.1 I of the navy and army and to set1 Just who had Jr.st tini-he puialim: it.VuIi ,
Fertile
Lands.
'1' ''lit w,'ll a.s ofti-n as ii.i.t-N.-siry to .tWt'fI tile wpitk points in a country's' "\ let's hear tli.-ui.! said the High, Dry I

t GONZALEZ & CO., Prop I, kii-p I it IK-I)\\ the tile. This esiu ;ren- 'i war force !.uS. I luinter.Vhy. ----

Manu&ctIrtir i'iall.IM. ,!t.iif during Iiry! times. More About the shipping combination "\ that's all" rejoincii the INI iy. The grandest opportunity for investment ever

\ MK.UiANII ITUKUKOUNI: tlrm one ditch can I lie "Uli'tt'l.llnto! tint Lord lleret'ord saUi: I "1 t needs pUlJI'tllatin'hil'ao; ; Trib offered in Pensacola.

STOCK FKF.I \\".-Il all ri;:ht. We have a ditch and "1 must confess that we are a liV _.- -- ---- .

wi.11 f'iiiriMt '" (H-im Industry for tber II not probabilities.! Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
..nutiould Me&l and : rinls nt tile Into the b..t" 1Illhi.crp' "nr1'l.'b.
: buyyour "lI1l1t! well. 1 but at the p >!, !ll11tips. It is ridi.uious .-' I -
,
1.'C.IID i K you ctif..rncoaruKu Home :Manufacturer borne Indusii 1111.1 we exiN-ct to run ii I ..th4r ditch In i ; to talk of Htigland forming arival 'Evtrytitkiy who !PIH-S it tells we this

mry lOvttin tbe comma aitj to the same! well. This is not nu ex- :, combination. We can't compete hat Is very unUwuiinz. and! I've AS7C1ubbsCorner
.
I : .fn are indirectly benefited. It "
pf'nslIIrr"n 'n\4'nt. and we would ; brought liack.
with
!tic bomt manufitctarer 700tliecauseot your railways and it is the
,. labor. \oa ow l''l''1II1Ut'1I11 it hhthiy.Ve 01lsIJl'r j through rate which pays." I I "That immtVii'! excuse mo, mad Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
annuity In which you .live &nT this one of tin1 l I."t things we ewr am1111'1'; pit it upside down!"-
'S litHe. to vocmapDort.'PUBLICITY
It-a nil"il m \lIII1I.'l.tioll ivith farming I I Canton Calls Rev. L. T. Reid. Cleveland 1'lain iValer.. .I
I F.O. BRENT. WM U KNOWLKS. W. K. UVEtt JR., J. H, KKKHE.President. .
-- + RIIIII'\\I'.t| to adopt this j.Iau until we i I Canton Ga.. Sept. 7-'I'he congregation Foley's Honey and Tan.peculiar- Vtce-Pneld Ctsbler. Asu't CashIer
1111\'"- found ninietbins h'Ut'r.-\\. j i t of the Baptibt church at this If adapted for chronic throat troubles -I

FOR ISurford rractical rarnu-r. I plare met I last Sunday and called Kev.L. and will positively cure bronchitiS -

I I T. Reid, of lumpk'ln, Stewart ('oun.I i hoaraenes! and all bronchial dis
I
PEOPLE. Avoid !eeriotn l= result* of kiJrev or I
THE First National Bank
I eases. Itefuceubtitutes.;: W. A.
bladder disorder by taking Fn1ey'Kidii.v : j i ty. to the pastorate of the church to D'Alemberte, 121 K. Palafox. iJ iJOF
Cure. W. A. V'\lctJbHte'l: 111 the vax-aacy o 'asioned hy the r<).,

l -\ Hord Costs You a Cent, 121: r;. Palafox. i I I lenatlon a few weks ago of Dr. A. ,

and K\cry Wrr.1 is Head I __ u _____ __ D Vaimhan:; to acc4pt a call to tlw If you want a nice present to giveto PENSACOLA. FLA.IIItCTItfls .

By H:> cr> bo ..ly.J I i'lontlng Kilflirn Gnrtlriii>. First church at LaGrange It is not a friend, go and look through the
I Snownot that Rev. :Mr Reid will ac elegant line of suitable articles at :
-.: x, + AIIIOIIU: ; Hie many > tran;:Lcralt that p

NliY 'L"(> Ll. l'\IU. pl\ imp' au>l do\\n the IIMTK:. arouiidNi : cept, hut it Is thought that ha will, i J. I. Stephens, you surely can find WM. H. KNOWLES. W. A. ELOUNT F. C. KRENT V. K flYER, JJ

.. ..- .w Yoik OiL* may Iit' nieiitly l MIon-' Having so intimated when he was 11111'0 : something to please you. If yon D. G. BRENT,
fine
want anything: in the Diamond
1 I" I.r\I>on improved rrnl ec.1 lint IIH>US like a l uk! t ill.tlll'l"al. It 'ecenLly.Intl's. i
,I lar H or sniKll amounts at low be sure to see him before you buy.Foley's .
!
..i.-i full on Leslii' ij:. Hrooks a l.u m1 platform: incloMtl all' the

.i' Saw. ..in'.r fttltifoi Ht.\ rialierSinlm I In I II ..ifoiiiid with a pi\'kft fetio1. '! !h.'! rml D &d D mnU Mme A t d l lL .
ut
uii- jri -. ill the fence. and to Kft'l' ui Tar
Honey and
.\i : I r 4).l p\, -1)0 you nt-i-a monfy? !,, it>4 H-vmtilaucf to an ordinnrj !MnloMire Pills _
.'t ,1lo"f''W any amount )IJU 1IIIIot of a suburban garden th 'n' aiprf'ii "> ;: cur -s colds, prevents pneumonia I II
,,-1" .' tfriii1. and lowest rat..ij I draw oar own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, Ireland
.iiiii.'mul-.on! \ .mprovl'd clt, ri-,,l 1 leaves to t>e viulthm. 'rhe>eilwiins I
,'u A in Hilier1\; South l'a'a-1 I ; jards are ti.I hy who(l. ':tit' I Germany, Frauce Austria. luly, Holland, pnin. 3el coolers that do not
FOR TORPID LIVER. Water
fruit il&i I't-s. It is found I that baii.-in.i-. way! Hwe isn. Denmark and other Raroppn cocntries.
I A torpid liver deranges the whole waste ice at the Willis I -- -- -
MONKYi les and other tntnpnil ,
.' TO 150KKOW tropical -
V \ .T ptin-api
and 1 fV'Ve38 Disbursed Jho Mot Favorable Termi
t system produces upon and tbeii
y. tnkur your prripi-rty.pro-.. i SI I MI easily in hot weather that ihe> Hardware Co.'s. I ,
v -iif tltlM, buy or t.rll 1',1 > SICK HEADACHE -. Obligations Taken Payable at Port of nasticuiioL Ten or Fifteei D&'FI I
i ,-rty <'" any Um-crlptlon, have 1, uia-t not l-e I icke i or" your ttties aUu leil to, Ian I ,, S these Costiveness Rheumatism "
\II' t ircss'l bui. I". 'A'atson A Co.
"J i' ami Insurance g -ntn. IVnsa- limits i in siu-h a way that the air fan Sallow Skin and Piles. PARKER'S Deposit Boxes for Rent In OonncctUca ,
',irg., moiVrate I'll .-"..ryone I 11..h HAIR BALSAMr which have Priva
them troin all sides, and the with we a Apartment for the Ufa
'. .i iiil from un w* will lend moneyi There is no better remedy for these m_. and bnutifie the Julr.Promote J
\ ti build hou. Hd-tt I trips ">n the rivers are nude as long common diseases than DR. TUTT'S ft laiuzi.ntNver KWort'. of Ron tern.
-- -- IIS p>K.SilI,'. LIVER PILLS, as a trial will prove. Hair to Fails lU to Youthful Restore Color.Gray

Take No Substitute. Curt fralp ditvtMfs&...bar.., .i.liu.g.e..ndIw.t .. .
.
I .I..h..1 KIMIIIIO. !
u _n... _".n ... .-. J Ji t)i-atiie...i Cannot; lie t'II red :
.. I WE WILL'FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !
.
i .I i. .' !' '''II'r..rollllurlll.h..I' Mrlltihnilli '
local cannot --- ----
\' \ 'II North; l! rrtlmm. : bv apulifntioii-- thev --
..' ,...ttr t.i."r% :....Iw reach the disea-wl of lin I ..
[ portion _ "'rtt. 1'141'fo>!' oor t.&n
-- I THE NEW GROCERY STORE. .. ,
I _ ,
p. ;iuuIr.ti't .a. '
-- HI \: tu(f ; : '.H
ear. Thero is only to cute .. .., ,
onway .n.t I. ttflil _ _ II" ,4
411 .
_ iII "4 '"' ....
. j deafness, and that is by'eontitutioual - -- .. ,,,.. ,. I. '
ii t .
= = 0i our .
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o = : :: : '
_ _ _ .. .. r :. .ro h. I
I"or a. I ,' .:..
;. .I{ Kh:=M'- Nii'vly funu-bc.l room. SSl remedies. Ieafne-.s j j4 cau-ed: \ "r I.... ".. "., ,'" 0"< '

Iht" l Nurili prinu itrt't.P nittant by an I inll.uned I condition j j of tin-I mucous WILLMOVER Cii...iI't........ j"1"T.Ii.... 'II",II..I'".01.1 I..tr.pt. I I. '\I. '.-I... I
.
(, ,.... "."Ii.iw.r. hv-.. .,... Iuis, :'a
lining of the Kustachian; Tub!'. c eI'I.I
1'4. ) lt .ti..i';. t i ..,...,1, I Ii', .'...tII,,, J'r.-lruIii. '.. J
... When this tube inflamed have tl .I : / -'.
you "
-- -- Stockof ::. 'I. ;;.j.u:: : I IIn
:ja rumbling-ound or imperfect IwarI Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date w IInflF I :.t
htiiiic on EII.Urhl..d..l1.tr..t; : .I "uit. .1 """ "I.y: .lr.rilrd I
jug and when it i is t"tii'd.d'h.J ; I tr.'..,I.filII' ufl,e I r I""ly ij- I ,
\ If"
: .
situ
niuiful interiiir drliKlitfully | Groceries. ,
Fine Staple and Fancy JI'U'Tfl'T li.e''''. 11" '.. ,,I! t ,'il .i.. l.., "..
< ill! urrnuuvied witil nuuii-roui I Deaf ness i.s th" result and uuli--- J .m ft.ma I PI4 .:n "t..n I I. !Ill I' lur.' "'M I.," .
owners are ;OIDK! to leavei th! intlaniination be taken Block. suit u-i ii tala.r ror.. I ,.*. I u. .. ',., '\ .ti511 .t.e. "...,.... .. 1 g
I can out No 30 W. Covernment St. Salisbury .. 111.1 Ilt.'A\\ ... ..
:ni i -. II in a Imrmun : Ii\r( 1111:1m t.L.. II 'ii'4i4'. ..;"IC ,i.wl, .1.
I LiItIieintrp by car: enijuire and this tube re-ton-d it- normal Sd...."" ,.,. 0", ,, '1 u,"'''.' Ia..." iii" ?4.4. I I.if....."I.1" .
f I 1 .. ... .' ....... ... ,
E'.en.i. .i.fd 'nod. ru-tomev. l ,1 Wr all. 3 hIl.'r.i '" '
v.ry 6
My
TIXKPHOM.127.
MiMini-*. ",1111' I condition, ho-irin: will be de&troyellforev ...1p:..-.! ..II! t., lamp' \i. ,... n..' 'D a..I\. "' ''''''... vii ....",.."" ) ....1..1
-- -r; nine ('a-I',.; out of tm art phd,D"'r:ilmp. h..t..lun \v 1:: .... ,moth...., H i\ all ,w y.'i r. fI.\. utiii.. W i ,
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,.. ii ( ? ,Ih Ih. lco Wfr1'r; t' "- .1 nnol 'I..t
L \ I I :1 1 er cent helow .t. a iii' In a fi-W cloy. l.w nore I .n pt.i I' ''raauan
I .,' malting just fn WLWSIo"- ....011. Y 1..I..r PIL'U .... '',.', 01.1.,
le..k. and but inflamed condition of the : The Star I
.1 .1 t tut ititUr tirKaii-- an Laundry
I. I ieif below. COnt.M tlsberN |'I iniicou- surfaces.We SAlVONA SOAP CO., LOf. 12th Pim Sts., ST LOUIS MO.
.-*'. ir" .u Tarragona St. if _
I will g-i iv 1' ()lIe Hundred Dollarfor [

I -. \I.K: l tin mo-i dehiraMe lot laon any ca-e of Ieafne s icau-ed\ by -, -
I .. 5 ..-y terms by the Klhborfe I I (catarrh ) that cannot be cured by Biggest, Busiest Best I NOIU'K CHOICEST I
.\O; IICY. 2W;, !outb I'alafoi I Iall'4 (.'atarrim Cure. Send for cir-

1ITU ciilars : free. ...-. I have been .lUtlmriznJ tubcription tall- -- OK-

'vA'1'FI ), F. J. CH KX .:v & Cn., Toledo, O. 4. Au Evening Call ont ? forVm. Jt'Urtlllg-
I
Sold by })ru?g'i"'t.: .. 7c.; '
Tlir t'oiiiiU'iii'T.
'. 1'- \\11 to 1..lIrn harlMT tmIt.. Bryan'Mper( f FRUITS AND CONFECTLONE1A1 f I
\
I ., .l'r", 1U1I1I"tratluu.<'II,'" toy lrr. work I..Clur..lln""!I ..'rl lll. i hitnr*. "sr Your Swell Friends( The price- *l.iMi p--r yitr MI ,nli !.

"iiurit1UitIt.. for :1'I\llulllt.. The bashful Uiarder his C S i vauce. Tlin-e/ deiirin the paper '
saw
(11'1'1' -
1.-.l I W.t|!.-ii !o\IIIUld"\ 'b. ImardHniiUf I yu will find will be warmly rev -:,'can have it cent to thPin/ by ""E'udin I
.' auJ pnrtirulnrMiiiiilfii: tuiiil). He hud U-cu waiting since tins
.. I'rlfKii1". | ., i-elvej if are well and neatly S1.00 tu the tiider--iri; ed.H. C.
'H' i. r foHt'CH. N '\O' i nip( 110 p>t in a word or two hit !I. you APOSTLE'S ,
lltl M. ROCHE. ,
| fore he could form a s.lllador"II .v dressed aud your linen irreproach
\ \ Mil.nry: : :t r.ounty LandViir- "'IIC' the foiiveisation swept :alosi; -" .1 i 'I .t Care DillyI X-w, 14 East Government St.
.
ii Otilt'- of refinement
.1 l >uhllt'r. \drtitloilHl i f able. A woman ,
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< K KflI* HamIBu.I\lInlt. I the ehaiifo was lost. Hut now tii'icame I I ? 1 r -
> } ISIIU always uau/cs: a man': we'l' bred instinct Fornji-rly: ( ordnva UO ,' IICt1r1/1t HtRnl!
_M l a s-idden! ulenee It limnuh! i tin
-- -\L k.caa 0 empty- bner* |I tiaMit'ul Uwnler'cluinee.. ::44 ii; I by the condition of his linen ., Every Woman .K r-load if PlJl"1I1'lI at 11.71

"' is.\. )" iiIKD'AS. novitt I "I u..tithe hurriedly! said "t i th.it I : and he goes into her i>rence armored -GJ ttmn.erptrisr.ig' .'.nJ.lkr.wau to 2.tJti per dozen p

-- I President ''IVnnl is lt.M.M-\i-U with when his shirt \ 1 untie ,", a.rfa.
I pla\m beauty ,
: -i \\ ellanilKLLANO PUII.P" : M4R\EL Whirling Spray
I Ii : '
a !:.MHI.I"II.I..wlt at Oyster I'-ay collars and culls have been done ui h. :ew \.I..I" 'IN'I < 'It'ItTheietinytpu1is
n'NU'.s-i! ,. .. 1
i ;, \\ : : cS.ti 'It 'alI.
hadn't sanl '
Then he wisl.itl! 1 he it a I
Kuthtill ,- ,. .. .., .
J. the Star
M 1. Mfrntt 111111 G. at Laundry. .; Cl \I. u t
I- I .... ..
till,. nnJ pump tlxt>r>. t ('1tVu land I'lniii iValer. 'a..a '", It u. I ""I.ot

i : .I. :Not on tln-in-tall- '...r'","l.l f.r II. srcsuicnorp I
.
I I. low. liuttnctly V\JI If Ii'1 IN'J! tle'It'IL.'IIDO to flilsam t
Copaiba
f ., I'1 Mi-rrtlt, Uiivc. t'la. I her AlU'JItlclll. ALL WORK c. o. D. Gocfis CaM for ail Delivered! Free. M i> ,
IIII of IMward: Long ,. OI; 'r. Init fftlt taint for n. ':\v'V C'.tPtJq 'r.d Injections.: : (f,JD'1)
; The little dauyliter; ...,k- .. .
|iinij IVl rw.n |(Ini
--1 tt 'knovn\ resident of Chapel street GARDEN ST. I toil l>HrTi.ulaniJifKl',:...""..;,.!In. \U, / .'* TVy 'un In 48 hours thu \l
n ( 27
0 I' LLItV. TELEPHONE 114. .
.... Tinu&MeIult<1les 51*It'll. (0.. CL .. I
W i ii t.p.* wittji.iitt :
I -- is responsible for the Mio"t rwent mix- M*< \IJYU'II:
: ("MB KKOWN LKUHOKNSi BoomS2cTlmts Bldg., :>il'1II York 4 uI f *')' 0 If' ,n ORIiCGISTtc .
.alt.. of the English laivu.ijre that has
istuck and Kg: <4 for up ; ; ; WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
1\1 Willis Ii ard..llre CO'M. llIitlt couie to the notice of the Vagrant.Mhile ,

t 'l''j Hit. i-o..h..I.i plains;; the other day little F.diia I
She her 1863. LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS \ CUiE YOURSELF !
'l'rlltC'ht'tlllf'r arm. ran to ESTABLISHED
I It
i \ 1 Ml I I l\"I'"E| will ;9pn her"i t.eF-sJfnronnitraI
: 1 < .'n'..1 at No; \\.t J&clii'tfl !! mother and pullinz; up her dress said: di.. sr.emuflLo..taoni,
t :. gradf I. i. S. I vacation Irntalo. or ahr.tlon I
selling
look! I pot a
"Oh I
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mamma
f ,
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of
McKENZIEOERTINGCO. D U'OU meui.or.oei.Piiolti
for
pr iiioutu or $ .011 OF PYTHIA8I
Journal. .o4iu4..tnO-
S Him I In rny arair'Albany: ,
I I genht.poiauliouJ.
; ll.VIU (. O( I.-;(.- -- I ,X Sad DUapinellective ", o DIALI&8 ta- 0 : Ixxlge No. 3, K. ntmeetlevei7 P.. .I4 by Drg1e(4 I
I I nr ieot in rl ls'.. wrspp'r. J

.M 1 q.\H.4., r :n IiIIKE-Manolicturcr tlMtr Uoohlillts.; Toiletr \ !!I liver medicine is a dii-I 1 Ship Chandlery and General hardware I tag at":!(! at Monday Cftitle eves Jlal '$tf L )tiptew:., S t.tik., prepaid, I.5., ice C I.
.. I In toe mountW.tio: 'irddar ..c.I ou re.i..t.
rOil. ..te..:r2Y W. Oovl'rnm..ot \
II I appointment, but you don't want to } L Halldng. bird floor.Vliltlng .

I strain and break the ehnds of OOS AND 005 & PALAt'OX 8TKKKTT. : ., brethren oordlall &LISH 1

i.1'.. i '(bi' 1.\1 n t'rn to". purse DeWitt' (' A.GENOV j welcomed HALEZ PILLS Ii
thp *tonach and bowels. ,, rENNYROYAL
1' -"f >K KL'.NKKALS furnlnneU 'c H, 1IORILaSeasonable .... ... ,
,
1 11 boaqneUortprelaldeBlgntMorrno Little Early Risers never di:3ppolnt.Thf'Y REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S SONS C0. K.K.o\M. : I ..1." .........
I' 82t \\ *..t OregorjJwiim I cleanse the system of all poison GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE. A. RU88EL BON'S PUMP8.CtHii .i.' CUIUIt."TUt'.. t.. t.LJ"U
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matterand dit so gpntly | h "lI' .Id : .1'l.il.r..olbr.-
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and putrid } .
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I that: one enjoys the rlpf\ ant effa(>t* ficr.i.i Pilili. El! :, Siitiett listresiBt. Skirts, lid In. fiJi household ,- 'd C.I.n.' ..M...". .i..hclt.c1o..4.. Kcfn II... It C
.
I l' 1OWU11M.. I u.... B..r .' ..C' ., -II .... ,
i I They are a tonic to the liver. Cure COMPASSES. hOGS ETC.C. 14' ....,.' '., '.....* *".. I..a'n..lelL
kitchen utensils at the ., .
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r I EI :i ana noalr Leslgns-1 I biliousness liver and prevent and a..U.I\-f. I "- '+ i. 11 r*
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torpid .
'. '' for Bar Pilots' Beneyolent Asso I .r'I :4.iI. I '" .i. .Ur .
'igns ordered for cnttoinrei McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent .. .
John .
I 111 i fever. Hargi Pharmacy i .U> iIkkkr.U. .1etoI! C..
s :. ort'no. 82J W..H Uregory. !I I elation. I Willis Hardware Co.'s. I ,*IMC.f *t.4l.*m l.q..... I'UIL4..1'A.
:ivdlml Sheppard. Sidney I ahn.
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THE DAILY NEWS: pCOFLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1902



were perfect, and the crowd was de,.1 Kejiort of the Condition of I FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY.
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TELEPHONE lighted. Dancing was indulged i in: TA Tt N''Itilia1 !lDkI CurseOF
I YOUR
II by a number at a conclusion of the ; o -j.

; views. I
CONNECTIONSWERE
i
Tonight and tomorrow night the i A.T P7: "' .\.CI..A. i! LAST

I same service will be given to colored:I : IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA. ATTHE DRINKCUKEl

CLOSE: OK Bl'sINESS. SEPT-: I
CUT ;
i people. D. D. Collins' full orchestra : 15th, IWi.Ke + CHANGE

I I will be on hand to furnish music for BY
: oun-es. TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR GREAT

dancing. I Loanand discountsoverdrafts .* 7)i,,').H Iti WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.

STARTLING DISCOVERY FOLLOWS ..... ,, i secured and__ .unsecured ._ !i i is .Votux/t .V> .M/or. (.m IH Urea in ylnfi ,".
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rf ) U. :s. Honda to secure circulation luti.iMi II.> "I.r It" r<'tjTer trtthtjMtjMtlitiUV Hn SERIES UF EQUALLY START- c I Premiums on t'. d. bonds __ no_. I.IKJI) ui White! RIbbon Remedy will cure or destroythe SaleIS
I Stocks, securities. etc .. __ 19.ild: 23 diseased appetite for alcoholic stimulants -
{\ i B nkmt-Iiouse, furniture and whether the patient U a confirmed
LING STREET RUMORS. JEWS nOTES ;;I' JxturesOtuerreal 00" 00. _. 13,82 00 Inebriate, a -tippler," social drinker or THIS WEEK AS SALE ENDS
,' {\ estate ownedDue __, .. _.... lo,7W 32::: drunkard. Imposible for anyone to have an SATURDAY-
?' from National appetite for alcoholic liquors after using j ,
.AJ\ i Bunks (not Ke.ers White Ribbon Rem..dy.lrul..rhod I --- _
_',/ _" -//.C Agents) I 1-<9 6I: by l\lel1lberli of \V. O. T. I'
It was rumored last evening that I Due from State Banks Mrs. illorenrecssupertntendentof Wo LADIES'
(1 I and bankersDue 6 .3i;: M man's CbrUtiaa Union Ventura -
Prof. N. A. Balfour, a highly re- Temperance 1 $3.00
an attempt to steal and hide Eddie I from Rpprordrr- California writes "I have testedWhite
''spected! and educated colored man,, serve agents; ,__ :i33: : ; si Ribbon Remedy on very obstinate | Oxfords, Pat Leather,
,, Allen, the state witness, Checks other cn-u ,
important drunkards and the cures have been many.
and will be buried
died
yesterday Items M HT'MOO
: [ In many cases the U..IDtdya8 given se- 211.
would be made last night. This re-1 j I Notes of other National recommend and indorse a.<.<
I
cretly. cheerfully
(this afternoon at 4 o'clock. :
I Banks '.._. '_.'_..... White: Ribbon l Kemedy. Members of I

it port was made to the police station j j Deputy Bherilf Brewton arrested a I I Fractional, iiK-ktls paper currency and our Union treatment are delighted to aid us to in and our an temperance economical ; LADIES'

and precautionary measures: wereij I man !stealing a ride on the passenger rentsLAWti'L-- .I"o.'tItE, 8-259 work." S2.50

taken. j I train coining south yesterday after .sfKVt I.N ic.lNg.vtz: Druggists or by mail, II. Trial packagefreeby I Sand315,2.Hatton,
tI Specie f I-,VM UO wntinR/: Mrs. A. M. Townsend 'for i .
i One of these and noon. The defendant pleaded guilty'and Lclitl-trndrr $1.89.
measures, it was years secretary of a Woman's Christ .,
r i I ..
notes H.OiiO ul- 6J.WO: OJ
an advisable and commendable one, I was giceu3d days ou the county Uedeniptiim fund with ian Temperance Union'', 218 Tremont I
'
v i'1 road" t". s. Treasurer <5 1 : +r4 was: stationing police olTlcers near of t circulation) ",_. 6.CUU' 00-J.S53.6.\9 *4 Hannah Bros., :l11S. 1'alafoi ht. $3.00Tics

sr the home of the woman and keeping The members of the Montefiore TOTAL __ ,.. 00 ..,._.f1as: 1C1 75 :I I f:onth.rn *nlf OA...r.. ..G._ i:
---- -------- ---- --- "" ,. "' --
tr Auxiliary Lodge No. 10) of DistrictGrand I I ;
teem there throughout the iiiht. ; "iahi"li, .. .. $2
: : 47.
The )lotion Prevailed.An .
Lodge No. 7, I. O. B. B., arertque"ted
This step, it i h firmly believed, kept:' attend [ Capital stock paid in ..... .. tinn.rnio I'1O' old town oilicial of the city of I
to a regular meeting urplus fundUndivided llut''> i ill.t III :
--
r '1 zi I. profit. less MHCUII: (!a.. lays in Short Stories that Ft >
down such an attempt. i at Temple Beth-El :Sunday morning expense '
e : .
un.l taxe<*paid. ) 32 lurini; the night of the earthquake ills- I :
f'I i at V:30; o'clock. Julius Gu 'National liaak notes outstandllllf -
: en-
About o'clock! last night Chas. | turlJanl'l's of l)"'; the city council was
r _. 1 .),0ee 011 Oil. t !
f kl i 'hnson and Special Oilicer Ray heim, president. Due to other :O"tlon811anks iu session. I H$1.24. 1\ :
.
t $ 1I.1>-:: 21I
1f were at the former's house on North Mips; Lindinger of tkrantou, :Miss., >ui to.State Banksand When the quake shook the city ball I .
b iKrs __ ST.HW 51 from l>a"t>rnont to attic. t> e councilmen -- ----- -
i 1 who has been the guest of the Mia3eBarkley ; 1II D'llIier3trE..et and hadanoccas- rail out, thinking the house would
r'I'! } ?J has been summoned home Deiuttikl certificates to chrck..lullltli topple' over whereujwn the wag who MEYER SHOE
to the When'c
:* YPW in use telephone. I CO.
f j by the illness her brother, Palter, Certified deposit.checks 1'Uua U kept the minutes of the meeting; concluded ,
f.J ;i
s ; 1'iiectious! wtre called for no reply and will leave tonight, very muchto Casiiier'M caeck ou:- his record with the following

Tt i wahad and there appeared no the regret of the many friends.-e standing ._. .. UW: Hl-lt)72.s71) : It:1 : sentence: I Feet FimiMiers. for ('.1,11 Onlj.

31 life" in the instrument. 'ha;; made while here. TOTAL fl.J:4.liI.a "On motion of the city hall the council
102 SOUTH
PALAFOX STREET
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adjourned
STAIEOK FL"KIDACOI'XTVOK KSCAMUIA,
Mr. Johnson thought he would locate t.h.s: .
x' 1. \V. K. Hyer Jr.. Cashier cif the above
1 c ? r : the trouble before coining down MAR IT I M E. I named hunk tin solemnly surer that tll.ulI..nwnt \' NAVAL 9TOKKS MARKET
atiove t is true to the best of juy i HEY !
t .wu and was very much surprised; know l.dt': and
belief.W.K Reported for The New.
q HIEK.JK.. Dally bj I
t<> filial that the wires jut entering Cashier.Sul Union Naval Stores Go.B08I5. .
i; : !, >-cril>eJ und sworn to bl'for.II" thishtbday You remember I told you about all the New Uui ? t ale ido of his house had been cut as'' EXPORTS: : Bectember, I\OI I i.. I
ft For September to date .._.. ,_. ___1010,1 IJ W. X. KOBKKTS, Notary Public.
if with a very sharp: instrument. I I Correct-Attest: w w _..,. ._...u .;>j H'.._. '..._ _,..n h :iWO WELL
,
t'.i' '' Tte main connections were swinging i HAILED I K C.. H.BRC.NT.K.NOWLES: iWv. Directors.Dli.BRE.NT. _. 8 ;37'j! 6?. 1 lot I

'+'}' i around in the breeze. Nor Br sJaeobtrtghtAnder.en ship Noreft, Bjornsrn. London, Leitb. and ; iI ) N_ ._...... :8 37i: 3111 f .__ 1 I It'i' here, and ready for INSPECTION and PCRCHAfEK-.
M 2 9t.'. 2 ;>5 E.. I :MK Have Swell
ryuMpim" we trot Good?? Well, what a qUf>-tion. Of tour- \\'. :.
Jf '+ '. In light or the alarming: rumors a 1 si Ida, Avano LiverpoolCLEARED. I __ ___'__.m -2 4i'. D 00 1.1: I All in the gentleman's line and it will make y"u 1., ,k u\ i\,1.

i;, sa trw hours previous the discovery'! CLOTHING ATe L._.l ,?* 1 N> f 4: below.. 125Br1RTa to date even if you don't feel! that way.

r I Br 9 Jacob Bright tII.\nd..ron. by W TU8PIrNTtRI-t'.
T waa; regarded as an important one ,Kcyser Color Leith and Tyne. w ith;.Mi,'' LESS THAN COSTi -- -- -- CLOTHING.The .
I I
.i10 tai the finder quickly hurried to K ft!.span san ss timber.Hantnndenno value tl.TJn 1"11.: K.iurrola h i O A S T O :U. I.A..

J > kt i iai.oncr I W S "' ..y..r.1t l'o for Meet wood. w ltb IS;,- 3eanthe Its Krd YcJ lia1B iia'IS: &rtII GARSOX MEYER GO'S, a line that for malluflctuCf:1.tc.c: :3': 't '
: :! : : : telephone, ran; up the Ir.l s ':,lumberNi.tHKt: ; ft >a\\n timber \'alBrM.KotberneIJ.NU. i i i tteeinnini Thursday I will offer i 3'gnomes 4 will satisfy the mot fastidious, and, I don't s-top at the d In Lesu .

fn ,. mayor and police station: and in- I :u2 f11j Chandler l>yV H : for *ale at 2iM South Pilafox Street j I of ++ know the J. & M. Shoes and Jno. U. Stetson Huts don't tak. .i (b r ,
} ,
:hey.rrRl'o fur liutiDledatu Norfolk. $$5.U> worth of Clothing t Mme*. i( for anyone, and have you ever heard a complaint a:1 IH I. .1! i. i
f'-rmed' both of what he had found, '' with !<;l+uji ? ft lumber 2-,,">0 1 ft saw a tim Men'- Furnitfhiuj-., at jut what American Hosiery Co's Ulldf'rwt.'alVell.. I gus* not 'iLd i i L' ,\

l 3t ai the: same time advising; them to \ bee ir, gal n Jacib ur*!1,25 tsrizht.! uppipm..nta'y clear they will bruit Greatest b.irjiiiis j| I will repair your watches and 1'! Jjdyoll ayXeck\\'l'arCllhr"alldCu1f.-? You bt I I' i\ '

,. ante for L"lth.I v"8 't ",w" uuurr value ever: ollered here. i I jewelry in Urn-class etyle. J. 1 every de'cription. Jut drop in i-r fill in and you will !I'.- ; r. .
'fiY witch out for.iatilar: occurrences.! I $.'.l'.1J': F. E. BRA WXER. j Stephens. fitted ( .
s t tAT up to a J'ieen' ta te. Y"ura for :Men's Furui-lui
'.>'r>;. Johnson, after the discovery
'II'Ai'11:>e,

J, ,,;J- f ,"5* .,1 1 bn made, n--illed the fact Irla'UI.. tar, ttunt.-r. Ko"',ai. DimiuucittnU o ,* JOE COLEMAN'S
[ *: r ', k K I, ; West Ind! in Ports. to order YOU DON'T HAVE TO DRINK BOILED \WATER I
M r ?iK -it earlier in the night she; was 1 P ort Norbip&tallo StauitHJUl.order 1U iertlivi.iii'--fii.: 212 SOUTH I'.Ui.FU"ll.l t

;;t. 't iu.e positive two men were heard 'Iii ....

1' '( ., tie yard. She and the children| THE SHIPPING. io DRINK <*<*


1{ were alone and did not try and find 1 1i VKSXK1.S INhTEAMHH PUIU F R. POU, <* &

3 .t,4nr' i is who they were. When she did -,

t1 -'ort it, Messrs. Johnson and Hay Nor CO Hydra. !Wl, UHbriel. ttl.tlf Tian5lt 'At the Soda FountainWhen : 9 : : : : FEED, LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.

br t Jobn BriRut, 17x!, \Vn.to! \V S
I I w itched fur many hours :-inticip.iting'': I Keyser Co .OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
l.t AVt-st Inten .
,1 .Ml Hr Manchester Inventor _:'t. IViry., to : ;, return of the trouble maker- ; 1 F () Jlou'\'O I -- -- -- --- >.

Pf; : g : This did not happen. j' Coulter 1: I'.r Kcrteileld Co I' W. Ca-sap. I? ii-.icola POU & GINGLES Managers.

'1 r t. tlr Kotberfield, !>>lt. Cbandl: r. ti) W 'S you want the most ,
t is indeed mystifying who were Kt-yser: CoMiau J
'.1. '.'. s.intftnderlno"1t. I- [ HroI".IO U :Se.rnt ; exhilarating draught ....,. ".. ;
salty cf such an act, !but the police I K : lo: .C J'-: youf (I G.
Valentia, 2111, KlcbarJ-.., \\ I L Vit- r;;;. f -.- always want water r' !
I t"iIk it wits, a partial attempt on the !; cash tt' o I' .... :.

.. .rt of friends! of defen-Jiiits now mr-'. tf'j. x R. POU
on Sor America. lJM.Ojirtse.ii, I. IV.nacola : <> ot !
Lumber Co F ,
It lit $F i tl 1 in the criminal court to cut oil It l.lulia R,1>;, Kittoiv, lu Ka. 'co taros I

; i 'If-phone( connection with all the It > .KARKS.. .7> \WhiieRock .< < FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER
Uice >;i. Ol"f' to I'arodi I .t l'L' t I v
,> ;' ,flee calla.'i \ Nor :nigurd 1M':>.Uxneriid loll 11\ Kuy>-rtCHOONFR 1
tti.J. l I't.r I *. i r: Test Inkndrticia Street. Oilice Phone 31. Residence 1'
B. Prior, local manager: of the Am John K Kran/ i-;, Ilitrdu.-. to .1 I AI@rrllt.t ... : }
k I Co: 1j
,: :I t-lcphone company was; asked if till; -- LITHIA Wafer'served

t.J, .' STILL HOPEFUL. I The man who own 1.1,1
vi ; tad: beep reported anl IIP aid it !' ---= Insures
THE WEATHER ; himself ajrji'i-!
-- -j
u.il. He diJ I at the fountain trouble and '
not like to talk about Farmer Jnnlinn ..lim.on'I worr1 i< i-
-F It'"" itt '
I I I'h. I like raise his rent and HIP: ro-tt!,
t'1 T.:, matter f->r i-ublicatim, but did :'I. Ins 'nl1..n. sparkles fine wine ; it .
no terrors for him. It'- ei-\ :
.....y other imtttfrs of similar nature* "I u"t-d to triniM.-." stud .lovhiKi: Jin is only water bubbling over TO-DAY a home nowadayTho". C.

v.1 been reported .diy aud were son. im-rtinjj m-u ,.traw liitwi--\ ., life with pure ozone. Watson & Co. CIII! tii! f
f
'? t ". r.lar tttnh 'V\t'ry time I lu-i-nl <>i' 'J unitlnriintutlou. easy it i.. Call aud see tl.'J t i.
j : investigation. Tntme
matters
Bottled
at Waukesha. WIt.
i ; ----
4 rin t11t'rl't" tilt .
;: I.: ii.iii.ad.iue. : ,
r ware interruption- of thn telephoneI I.'mil Kofi .:a, -tbweri and cooler ton -
Thinks I. '(;id,.ill-.v' t,. ttsi"' FOR SALE HERE BY I rJ'Dy.n..IAam Stops the TI. P' .
k 4 I !; : bat he declined to detail LIt! and K ndaj fresh lIortb..a'I"IIto ;
pOOf buys that' ; bcvu rual.ill'j; 11\ III'.rklu' > / L. Bear & Co.AgentsWI"'rV'W''rWNm ;,ortbwuuls sdoutcklttdhauid"'n mioLwu' _
: \11. would
tttnayitI:: wet unto the'
1 \\'.. en the: farmsr: Cut ;p'd l luuiu; I
't I iiivtuition h tj b'-cii( c'mipli'ti'ii.\:; I
'
.It. 1 can't bev's it ever tnatli-! :n.\:.
fircnce as fur's Li-cilih! ht-ljiV mi.ccnuHl. Mnxmium degrees rtJV.1" ft (\ f *> "
I Minimum ;T.d'vrt-os;
h'
KUPFRIAH PARK I Then wo p.t: the f"'II'I'J'| Hilt d! -

Liniii-rs and tluve Ihrasiiin'! 111:11! : li'i.r-: Temperature Elsewhere :

___r ; that il-j the hull IJanuthini: at \\ fit,,ttVeil. Mm. MmUUnta fN

# ; }, ENTERTAINMENT when them things cuiiuni-iHid I ti', . __ .. __, 7ISmiiarcIt I '
cr,. I II "'. _
coui'' alum I s-i> s: Fall Announcement Chicago .h. "I' :1' I'll 4.
'00
''Thls is the cud of it t.'r th.- i.insi! Ciucionatl _.'u.., ......00 a1, ,
.._.__. .
Galveston ..,_
wt
'T; \ s">od rp-wii att.ii.lcj, ,i' liu.'fl hand. He may just as well x u iw "i.' Huron 00" _'.", ._...fe< ". UURU f

: 1 nh'wllf'l'e now and lay down anil ilii- o- 1JY-o Jacksonville .._. +.' ; ,
.j j :i-iti J park la-t nitfl't!. to witns the ._
; Thcriain't iu' use for him! ,: Karsmity ..a I'K"y t'
l no iiit>ri ...
West .
'
l ciu.vrapii 1 picturt-s of th
r 'ii'J i F :.. .ii'-Jetlne* fi !ht. The pictures I'CUI"us ever ut.tl tai-Mix a alto! LOUIS FRIEDMAN & CO. Mobile Montgomery. '.., ...__ ._.'n4>1 ';. REnAURAHT'

iii more so. Su I've just ni.nlf up n.j New Orleans ,.? '1 7!
( wind I lilll't:11111' tlnTtarnashun Sew York h .. ... ;II. -,_ :
,,
: tvnrry am> ,
'THIaHU
: FOOD - Savannah ..__ .. .. $.t '.'
U'
t -- bit! aU ut it. Lit the HIM tt- \\7l-: artHots Ht'I"r''Itsiug ht. Louis .. "I "., "I.
{ 1ii I'irt-J t'nnrr. l troiiiilic ,"t. i' ors keep fii hivi'iitin' nil Il."r plea?' one ul' tin1 1'rettir a.t'll -- --- .'

., 1 1 \\''len proper food is ti>od in -sicki. I PUOPS -. hniiu'tiiiu' for the nttof ..M a.. one lOr 1 Hit.Mi l"p-tll-Bat.| Tall Lay the dust. You can buy ;
I : i.. -" the recovery; much more rapid us tn 0>>. no luattir hlx it..in\ |put( SInclI :; t 'a'I' brought tll I'r n""(',,1... I DAILY MENUS : :
VIE garden hose at the Willis
11i i .-..'l :sure :and a food that H good and i'i.t rights they kt! .e p ;siuia'iin: \\"'iv., .
; 1, > ,=,y of digestion i i... right for anyone. Uok at them there :r automobile \Vlv n We Lave just received a Large Assortment of I"trlped Hardware Co. Comprise all the I"; -: ?

'c oat ; Mr*. II. .. Gordon of French Flannels, the Latest: Thing for Date Dishes the tM'
'"ila i Corry, Pa., they! hr:-t ,P't to raclu' untuixl. .Imiil! Wasting', at
w taken: down with n rvou* Cleaning ladies skirts and waists I
lla\vkil.s 15
: pros- buys to me: 20, 50 and 75c yard. kfctsof the World
ration and heart trouble about a '. [Is one of our specialties. Mar Lann-
.
u.t, s-.ijs lie. 1 ;;:U. >> this i, KH ;. Affu..d ::
und for weeks dry.
I :virago it seemed t'l end it.' __ ____ '
Glll ..
,ham
U i : she could not live. for School Drf''''eat S, IO, lo anilOr
141 StiH! says, "The medicine I took for ". 'Why cor !says' : I.l.t'll yard For a bad tate in the in.,uth takeChamberlain's <<:

1'i' i i.y: n rves and! heart injured "\\ they (;it to runn.n' wr:.. i'iv, Our line of Flannelettes !Stomach and Liver I
my are the :
best
: ills 1 tom.ichand I grew steadily worse without hnrio; ';;. tboy wnn't tiittl n>. very at Tablets. For sale by all druggistsand Ladies' Private :.

; until I could retain nothing. For Lay nor oat,' says lie, and tlietii's t1 <. 8, 10, 12% and 15c yard.Five medicine dealers

M1 i df t! work* I wa kept alive on one tea- '' things: whir the farmer makes mint I ) Furniture Dining Parlor.oJ'

aj+ ,. i po<)uful of beef tea and i'ne of lime of his money, Uvause tLey'nthe vas Thousand Yard Emoroideries go on Sale Monday at if Tuu\ t go
7, 4J1; water every hour and after a while 'i feat to ml.-e.' to PRYOR'8. -
+ + I could not Hen continue 5 8 and lOc
that. I yard.
'loa't ------ ----
*1i
you worry: says I 'Y-iu:
j weaker and :
'q' i grew was! compelled to weaker use sweet and finally oil Just wait and !see' what happens' Worth Double. Grass Shears that will cut Regular Dinner Daily.

:qtr a I feed the bowels, until one day my to ': "R ell, now look at It. Here theyV'! i close, at the Willis Hardware

daughter suggested that I try Grape-1 I pot so many automobiles kitln' around A VISIT TO OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Co's. IlL

Nuts dry, as I could not retain all\". you wouldn't hardly think the horses Short Orders IJrorupll'

s' thicg moistened. After the third could keep from fedin' lonesome 8pe. will convince you that we have one of the Swellest Lines Ua

y i:& I' day I began to steadily mend and : daily In the cities, but blamed If oats Ready-to-Wear Hats ever brought to Penacola. Prices of best for the i iI Filled.llght or ) ..-::
for weeks and months I ate them ] ain't higher almost are always right. 1 tt pile '
than I ever heerd of a re se\ ever sold here.
three times a day. .... I J'J'i
...
'em afore. O. M. Fur. '
You Pryor's
? When I began '! can't make me believethat i If It'ISomethingGood :n K*
eating Grape-Nuts
mVHl I;, God A'rntehty's! poin to let few Yours Initnrn Store.Clo:1Y. you 11'1111.1011'11 find .: .t
J a Anxious
( weighed 73 Ib:;.; now I weigh llo to Please, I
'' and inventors down here upset his whole NOX'ICISW.NEITHEKtbe
.
ws am doing my housework and i icalkMatlon a
,
; : eating: nearly any and everything. I and leave a lot of stuff' lay Louis Friedman & Co. I captain, owners ""-'"'-- Nick Apostle's

r A t' tell everyone I hear complain of | around useless to spoil.!! Them's my | nor consignees of tbe
poor stomach to try Grape-Nuts and I !sentiments and I ain't err goin' to :I Br ti Jacob bright will be Popular Restaurant.

many" have on the strength of my I worry about It agaln.-OIcapo! Rev I mMMwmMwh |I ed by the crew responsible of said vessel.mo for debts. contract.
'fit ( care. ord-Il erakl. '. ANDERSEN, -
q I V, S.KeyserACo.: Captain. IJIIIJJllll 't
\ I I \QDSlillee. 135 m V\; jj v \) "
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