The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
September 2, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
30.433333 x -87.2


Pensacola is the seat of government for the westernmost city in the westernmost (Escambia) county of Florida. Since the colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was one of Florida’s four largest cities, with a population exceeding ten thousand. The Pensacola Daily News began publication in 1889. The editors pledged to "be Democratic, conservative but yet sufficiently aggressive to give weight to [the Daily News’] remarks." By March 1897, the Daily News had increased its circulation to 1,500. The Pensacola Journal, begun as a weekly, remained its main competitor. Among the bigger stories the Daily News covered was the 1891 dedication of the Confederate Monument in Lee Square and the outbreak of the Spanish-American War in 1898. Pensacola’s Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them Theodore Roosevelt. In the years that followed, Pensacola continued to expand. 1908 saw the completion of a new Spanish Renaissance City Hall. Around this time, the Daily News was followed by the Pensacola Evening News. The exact year of the transition is uncertain as the Pensacola Evening News continued the numbering of its predecessor. The earliest verified edition of the Pensacola Evening News dates from April 6, 1908. In 1910, when its population reached 23,000, Pensacola erected its first skyscraper--the ten-story American National Bank building, constructed the San Carlos Hotel, and raised a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had twenty-one miles of paved streets. The first modern hospital opened in 1915, and by 1924 the city’s fire department was entirely motorized. In that same year, the Pensacola Evening News merged its operations with the Pensacola Journal then under the leadership of John H. Perry. For the next six decades, the two papers continued to report the city’s news, the Journal in the morning and the News in the evening.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1889.
General Note:
Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Pensacola evening news


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I New York. Sept. I.-A. large partynturur.g *
New York Sept 1.Vth a crash

ferns th" Zion ctmtter.v.Quifiis I that was heard tor several blocks a I

Main\ Southern Cities Celebrate La= cuuuty. t"> this city, became Madison avenue electric car rammed Early Challenge For Another Race

involved iu a riot and about two dozen -
a One Hundred ana Sixteenth street

bor Day. men. women and children wereinjured. cross-town car smashed its side, hurl. Expected.Special .

ed it from the track and caused tha .
trouble started after the I
The shortly
injury of scores of people. No one I
.. three ha1 left the cemetery ---- --
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on either car received wounds that J

for Long Island City ferryThe I will prose fatal, Imt many will be I
to The News.
luny News: conductor of one of the cars, finding Daily
confined to their homes tor several I '
his neck sprTlr.K into" The rope
I rtirstt-; T.mi.t! .; p.irurta'n.dud : HaH space
it impossible to collect fare from apassenger days. New York, Srpt. Kxpectation ol

I -Labor Day was Jb. 'Itb'r: ..vertu at O'!> mia! par!; brought; the car to a 5tO!). The :Madison avenue car crowd-i an early challenge from Great Britain I was building impended. and death from the had roiling resulted!: of in th9 8

appropriate, ceremoniii and secret: societ> celeliratioa at Chickamauga An ensued during which
argument with passengers, stepped at One Hundred for another international yacht very fePOLITICAL' nwn\\ti's.
-IU-K programme in thiss were other featurw the conductor was struck on the bead
and SixtN'nthtrt'et to allowsome race for the America's CUll Las stirredup -
with a loaded cane He called to the j I
to disembark ft immediately
one speculation in yachting circles.
.-... Ugan 1.) o'clock motorman while the passengers ral PRISONERS
at started a ain, althoush a westbound Much secrecy surrounds the plans for 1

:.' :me! until late in th" NEGRO HANGED lied around their comrade. 1'mployes car was about to cross: the aveni'e -
the English challenger and the intentions -
from ether tars hurried forward and tracks under full
events W.tpullcd headway. Bothmotormen
.ay I enMied of the New York Yacht club also STARVING THEMSELVES I
f.r't' fight Passengerswho
,i. e rack and at night thei I a seeing a collision was Ii
with drew are shrouded in mystery.
BY MOB were not armed canes
imminent to their
: a .'IU'a:> traiiaterred ui I stop
trowels which some had brought from There is talk of a syndicate to gild i i
but before could do
cars, they the
'.-.. A force of well-posted
home to use in the cemetery. cars crashed together a new defender, but it is certain that SpecIal to The Dally News.Vlenna J
: itipwviaioa of the sports After a drawn battle the passengersre.sup.itd August Belmont and the yachtsmen Sept 1-Tht> t'onvlcts of 1

.t,'ut was given in flratclaas.e Special to Tie Daily News. their seats and the car pro associated with him in the ownershipof the Siberian settlement of Alexan t

' Moatlcello, Ga.:, Sept. 1.-Aa a result ceeded. MINER MAKES the Constitution will take no part drovsk are on a starvation strike, r. =
-:. day a bIg barbecue wasiua
The trouble afresh when
of his folly and attempt to commit broke out in a new cratt. They believe that using all nourishment until they are t

t, great quantities of deli- crime John Brown alias Lee Gre*!, Calvary C"':y nareached.. This 1 RICH STRIKESpecial the Constitution can. be improved 63 more humanely treated. All of the i
u '1.H're dispensed to tharong
the conductors
time motormen and
small that it will be much faster than last convicts are oducated men who han '
:, a negro, was lynched by a posse I II I '
were reinforced, and got the better cfthe
year. However it Is argued that the been sentenced for political offeniea.
was no street parade or bail of men 7 miles from Monticello Saturday I
argument. club may feel itself in duty bound tj They aloe loaded with chains and herded .
and the iflebration w.u nIght. I to The Daily News.
.1. 1 Finally the f'as"ere boarded again! build still another defender and not in dark damp cells amid loathsomeand
practically new lints.d I Miss Johnny Chaffln the 12-y<-ftr-old 1, and reached Long Island City: without \ta1'"iTIe: CaL! Sept. l.-r-John Seach. trust too implicitly to theConstitu.- unsanitary conditions
in the list of day sports daughter of Mrs. Viola Chain, a h1 h.1
There oldtime who
trouble. were a dozen women an prospector makes his tion and Columbia as, should the challenger They have not been taken into the
, IH>P rut' ->. amateur bicycle ly respected widow, of Mechanlcsville.i in the party who were hysterical aid headquarter! at Auburn has had yearsof I bat either of these, thp duo air for weeks and infactlous diseases :

uti/moi/ilf race and toot races was waehlnp; at the spring near her hp before could with and
had to treated they perseverance pick shovel might come in for much adverse! criticism have attacked them The sick aN '

mother's home Saturday morning; ', resume their journey home. Throe rewarded. In the \\fld country on not removed and even corpse are '

VILLE UNIONS PARADE. when John Brown attempted to assault arrests were made. American river above the North Fork I Ii '
left rotting the living. Tli4warders
There is no lack of patriotism or among ,.
her Her screams were heard by I bridgf he has struck a 6-foot ledge
treat the (convicts healthyand
i money In the club. and just as soon
'I' Most Appropriately Ob- parties passing who came quickly 10 that accoi'dini to estimates, will assay
as the chall'TiKe comes to hand vigorous sick alike, with Indescribable brutality
j In City and State. her rescue. MUSICALCOMPOSER : $::.W>0 to the ton. Out of 10 action rnaj hi expected.SAVED .

< ;l't. 1.-Iu spite of Brown was captured, tried before a pounds of rock that Beach crushed The convicts have carried out their

a't.<-r Labor Day was Justice of the Peace in the district, DEAD $:?O/1 in gold was taken. Ills find has I strange strike resolutely.! On the i
in the and atten the trial was started to
h-er\ed today I I created much excitement and many tnird day of their fasting many lost j

vt;.t the state than in Monticello!: in custody of a deputy oth'r prospectors are out at work. Ow- I consciousness, but their suffering:* dii
Backhara When in 7 miles of town in a pechid- I
\Jvernor i in. t.j the nature cf the country where FAMINE not induce them to accept food. ,

a legal holiday fur ed spot, the deputy was accosted by Special to The Daily News. i 1 the claim lies, the ore will have to becarried The condition of the convict nl J;

'.' nature of the day the determined posse, the prisoner taken : out by pack mules for the preaent. .
XI'York, "St>pt. 1.-TheodoraFrelinghujsm Koktschetav and on the Island oJSafchallcn
:, the afternoon from him. carried farther into Beach with a miner's
Seward musical composer generosity Special to The Daily News. ; are said to be still worM ,
iry! every labor: the woods where he paid the penalty ha sent to O'lio for two brothers '
have been
and revolts
and president of the Brotherho.xlot desperate only
Maiden, Mass, Sept. rL1Y'rsence ot
ALl tor h's: "\I'-i-dult. Hrown was t3 year
nile. :; asking 'hem to come and share his
Christian Unity. Is dead at Orange quelled after terrible bloodshot '
schea- old fortune mind and courage on the part of a
N..1. HP was fi7 of ,
years age.Mr.
--- youngoma.u has saved a large part
\ < ;,ail:!: at night at .
Seward In addition! to founding
: i-' eminent labor TWO HAVE the Brotherhood of Christian Unity GREAT GALE DASHES of Maiden and and Chelsea Revere Everett RETURNED FROMMISSIONARY

,. .. : v make addresa- originated the "Don't Worry" clubs! Xahant from a water famine
The young woman's name is Miss

and the GOlden! Brotherhood. He was I Jennie PowelL While riding a blc. TOUR
-.,i :t '>t at a standstill! NARROW ESCAPESpecial for many years editor of various musical VESSELS TO PIECES I ('It'II) Main! street Malden she almost

H.ur the store be- I periodicals! published in this city i i ran into a break of the :30-mch manor : -- '

His best known work was the recording I I the metrojwl'tan! water s"stt':1lwhfcoh : s

to The Daily News. of many religious melodies of ., /'Jp"cll1 t II Tht'.VI.., flooded territory adjacent t'J special toThe New' "
j "i Reviews Parade. :Neu tork Sept. 1.-UishopC. Joeieplt
southern npgroes, of which $wing
:Main street and. hailing the first
Sept. President Valdosta.'Oa.. Sept. 1.-Mrs. D. D. Low Sweet Chariot" and "Turn PackPharoah's Capetown, Sopt. Eighteen vessels man Hartl>l'l.! of tht Methoi: !1st Episo
she met called him to
"f the Americ'n Smith and her Z-weeks-old infant hada have been upon pal c>hllr'hho has j"lit returned
Army" ane! types.vith : mo.stly sailing craft news of the accident! to the dl.
ur. today reviewed :an thrilling experience and narrow escape of I proper from hid sixth episcopal tour as missionary
a company jubilee singers tmlr..lF.urope driven ashore iu a gale at Port lhzaLoth. authorities at the headquarters of
"f organized labiir. It from fire at the home of her a number of years ago and me bishop fop Africa has left ,

i elebration! underh- father 11. W. I'.entley, Saturday nigh raised several hundred water department"Looking this city for Chicago. "I am much t
thousand dollars Fin of them were dashed to pieces "
ahead of she
me, explained.
..'Ill!: the trtIonday: in The mosquito uettlni and draperies for Fiske of encouraged; over our mission work In i
university Nashville and all the members of their crews
1 l. i.i: >r Pay, Uanks, *\- around the bed on which the lady an i Tenn "I saw a column of watershooting Africa" he gaid. "In each of our missionary i
were lost. Two tugs are also rev up into the air like) a geyser.I .
caught from alighted
her hat.H'rf reclining
iin'iii" buildings and ruair centers on both coasts we are
orted to have foundered and a scoreof : had time wheel
just to turn my to
the flames communicating
cuss closed. President candle developing Industrial schools and
lighters; : are ashore. It is feared avoid the rush of the stn'amhich
"'v red the oration at the to the lace curtains at the windows PELEEfAGAININfERUPRION cMrrhes sniong the natives masterink J1
that the has ben loss of life. .
came pouring down :Main stret L
and in a moment's time the
"II by the Central Tradesur I their languages and developing
"I turned out and around in time
< us.nature bed and the room were wrapped In a efficient teachers! and preachers. In

-- sheet of ire- :\1 rs. Smith retainel to escape; injury however and rode :o Umtali. in East Rhodesia, we are male.
; HOTEL BURNED the nearest telephone. The water
i of Labor Parade. her prececce'of mind and protected tag a special effort to found on a

i*, --More: titan half herself: and little one with the heavier station was notified of the accident, large; scale Industrial missions among

CUM s n! Chicago are at bed coverings until Mrs Bentley who Special to The Daily News. AT AUSTELL CA and I reached home unhurt. the native" I
So far aa the flood itself was concerned
> :i\ .111 account of Ialx fortunately had not retired, reachedthe I
_' 'himorning: hours, a room and succeeded in rescuing Ilsspf Terri Inland l of GuadalIpo! it was not so resultant in acv Killed by Black Spider. '

u.)rkln mE'n passed in them FrE':1l"hPFt Indlt-s.! Sunday, Aug. I tual damage a* In the possibilities! it Susquehanna, Pa.. Sept. 1.-Patrick

.h the strtets. A novel The alarm was turned in and the 31.-The French trans-At!:anttc companies Special to The Daily News: presented of several towns becomingcut Cudahy, a hiut-stone quarryman, whileat

steamer Salvador which has just ,\eleonre off from their water supply. work near CochKon was stung by ,
i'i'ade I was a contrihu1 fire extinguished' but not until the bal Austell. Ga.:. Sept. 1.-The \ f

1 the striking anthra- and much of the furnishings In the arrived at Poir.t-a-Pitre reports tint Inn owned by the Austell improvement arts a big black spIder. He suddenly felt ;

.' own into a number if room were practically destroyed. Mrs. she left Fort de France. Island of Martinique company and occupied as a The Saving ol a Few a bottle th.. sting; and turned in time to tee the t

Vim!' an flags born Smith! and hr baby were not injured yesterday afternoon and passed boarding house by ex-Chk of Police Vanilla Extract will not atone for spider crawling off his arm. He quIck.

:Mount Pelee the same evening.The burned 2 the annoyance of having dessert ly brushed It off and thought no more a Jj' bv several of the but Mrs Pe-ntley's hands were W. P. Manley. at o'clock this I that is "ju t a little oi!" in flavor.

badly burned In fighting the fiamts. volcano was then in violent I morning.: The guests barely' oseapeI Always buy JfI"Jnf'rl.PRAGTIGAl about it. An hour later the arm began ..

I eruption. On approaching! the islands I with their Ilvf s. The home being! an to swell and he sought medicalaid.

.iserved at Knoxville. ot !.Pi: Sainte:: small islands off' the old frame structure, burned" >ry ran- j JOKE The doctors were unable to save -J
>..i.t. 2.-I ib>r Day was:; FAMER SHOT south extremity of fJuadalupe. ashes: idly It i is not known whether or no: him, and hr died the next day.

l \ ,.phrated; today by thel were Calling on the vessel. She arrived the house or contents were Insured I

union o! nabt Tennes. II TO DEATH off Point-a-Pitre at 5 o'clock, but !; Ii i CAUSES SUICIDE Shake Into Your ShoesAllen's

I was unable to enter that port until:
-innjt a hi* parade Foot-Ease, a powder. It
11 o'clock! at night owing to the ob- GAME ROOSTERNEARLY I
1 -h labor unions OC"I -- cures painful, smarting, nervous feet
security. The News
ifactureri \ Special to Daily : and iugrowinjr nails, and instantly

',.ty park J.V.. Howe, ::'pecral l to The Sews, BLINDS WOMANSpecial Napoleon: 0., SfoIl: 1.-A bad er.J- takes the sting out of corns and ban

"' '>i"(-H.t0.' 19, Umtr.1 Rome la., Sept. 1.Alonzo Latta KILLS i log! to a practical joke has just (wcur'i ions. It's the
MAN I greatest comfort discovery
''5 .America, delivered! shot John McCulla three times in the i led her*. Jacob Sadler committed
Thert is nt a strike lungs yesterday morning at Foster'n: suicide by hanging himself! as the result I of the age. Allen Foot- 1.
to The Daily News.Lancaster. I I Ease makes tight or shoe feel 1.I
l It\ at this time.or mills: 20 miles from Rome McCulla WITH ONE BLOW of an idle prank played upon
liver but a few minute; aftar Pa. Sep't 1.-Mrs. Henry him easy. It i Is a certain cure for sweat
Schmidt hart a terrible encounter herewith I I ing, callous and hot, tired, achinz ,I
--- Sadler had lived here for time
Day at Birmingham. being shot a savage game rooster. She: I some feet. Try it to-drry, Hold bv all 1

'n \'a.'! Sept 1.-I-abnr The two men quarreled over a pec! Special to The SewsI.ngansport !! ws badly scratched and pecked and being! employed recently a* a host! u druggists! and shoe stores. Don't
.' i..y: oh rved In Bir- of land. Latta. whipped out a pistol I nearly! blinded. Mrs. Schmidt went I by Dr. F. H. Rohrs. of thli city. For accept any substitute. By mail for

's paraded the streets every ,shot taking effect. one blow from Tom Hile's big fst: greatly troubled pith spinal disease Address, Allen B, Olmsted, LeRoy,
try, when the rooster few at her
repeatedly -
s ..arty ;j.r/iij men being! Both men: were prominent farmers to break Neils Hansen's neck, killing striking at her faca. and lately had not appearedvery N.Y.
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*. ie fair! grounds Athlet- and have lived In Foster's mill district him Instantly. lines struck the man sound in his mind. His infirmity THE SANTA KOSA
screams neighbors wto beatoS
., II ware held this iftrrnoon.a for some time. down in a fit of anger In a saloon during the rooster with clubs.Summer had made him something of a butt SsL'UK BATHINO KSTABM.SH31ENI

su.-ppnded at noon, aid Latta was arrested and brought to a quarrel over 20 cents, and so Inv I j among a certain class of young men,

u a a. holiday appearance Rome and lodged In Jail. ceased were the citizens who witnessi i I and a. few days ago he was told that Bathing in the warm gulf waters U

ed the killing that Hlles had a narrow Complaint j the marshal was looking for him with! conceeded to be the finest in the ;

#01 t Workingmen Turn Out. For Over Sixty: Years. escape from summary punIshment. He ;, is not always brought about by the Intention of arresting him. Sad' world Everything for pleasure with
is In the new Care county Jail change of air and water. The "stay- and safety Good board and lodging, by
SYKCP b ibern now ler formerly was a great drinker,
Sept 1 -Labor M Ro;. WISSLOW'S SOOTHING at-homes" the day or week. Luncheon promptly
.t. erred In the usual pay., used for over sixty years by million ol and it is thought the law will be allowed j! diarrhea; are due just generally a? susceptible, to overeating to Ii he accepted: the story as the truth. served at all hours, day or night.

I mother for their children while teething, : to tan Its coarse. His employer endeavored to argue CHARLES H. BITRTON
or the: banks and also as unripe ffuits, etc.; and, ,
h After! >ne mail delivery I with parted sacc"". It soothes the child wind I drinking ice water; all accompanied him out of the notion, but the man' 2m-tf Manager.Fogey's 'I

L >' 'li.l>or unions and various softens the gnms.allays all paincnres Diarrhoea.It CONCERT AND DANCE AT by painful bowel discharges! ; and, if fears would not be padflad .
1>v colic. and Ii the beat remedy for not checked, results seriously. Perry When Dr. Rohm entered the barn Kidney Cure
weather BLUFF
,. is threatening, will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. MAGNOLIA :
Davis' Painkiller is the
i"xt of workingmen was I Iri I Sold: by Druggists Jnevery part NIGHT. TRAINS AT 8,8:30: AND reliable remedy. 25 and only 50a. purely he saw the body of a man suspendedfrom maW kfdntYI ad Htt&fefOA.STOTIIA.ri2ht.

:; H the of the world. Twenty-nve cents a bottle the roof. Investigation reveal'M - -
m history o! the LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT
I I Bs sure yon ask forM rs.Wlnslow 9. I the fact that Sadie' had taken h's
lag i yrup." and take no other kind. 11:5). TICKETS 2J CENTS, AT MEAT & MALT has a marvelous .
-- I I life, evidently In aa attempt to escape Petri th.
dieteticjvalae.( TChile refreshing and
DEPOT. the terrors that he believed the marshal dl&ZJItn
Chattanooga at almost cost for the -- pleasant to take, it helps assimila-
had In store! for him. Sadler had .
'-t.eray, !Sept.celebrated 1 Labor here.Day F I Urnl( 't ure next room 60 for newostock.. Try THE NEWS Want column ; it tion of food. Sold byDAXNHEI55ER mounted to a beam of the building .

Labor. U:: !l Bade aa ex- 0, M. Pryor. will pay yo::. BROS. ill feltejiins..a, .n&j&f: lWP._ "OG Try THE SEWS Want Column. .l. 1,


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Writtn by Captain Thcrpjchnson! as
If tacks attacked his feet so bare,
Schoner Went Down. I Cures All Kinds of
In double blanks Jim Dumps would swear. "
Such trifles now don't bother him, Key West Fla.. St-pt 1.-A bottle f

For "Force" has made him "SunnyJiml"ORCE" ;j-V' has b.""en found floating in the \\anr Jne Kidney and Bladder Troubles
ir Ralila Honda ontainirg a note fin

which was written the "owing! \ .
hldl.. and Gtastl.-r; Trtui Rheumatism
Dm kra. April 15. 1902! : -I re i* v } } 'i" : ,

-f opt>n letter to 1 otbeis: and ot:,ers Gitapsizr told a.i kinds of d3'a.;" s produced t.y an

> .l this eniiig at 4: :X; latitule exie't unr 1l1'd\

41 4 0 151. longitude 313. Oood night. \ I!t

0 'Harry R. P. Thorpjohnson.: schooner '

0 @ a p 0 Angelina. I HarrisLithia

The ReaJy-to-Serre Cereal Q @ Q p "God he with you till we: meet in :
G heaven.

,e a'p Q p It P. T. master. Water

orb, 0 y The location indicated shows that

o. the bottle was thrown overboard on Ii recommended by thf lin-t physicians allover
.<* coast of Arica.
r the United :iStute! For sale: everywhere .

--hipped anywKpr"
Pet Has Diamond Tooth
I, ,_ \ d 1 Dog
: y ;' Philadelphia! Sept. 1-A dog witha
gyp L Can
diamond set in one of its front teeth Nothing Comparewith
z was In this city last week It wa* HARUIS LITHIA CARBOV\TED WATER for table use. HAKKK LIIUIA

.s o e a nightcap insuring here for medical: treatment and during GINGER ALE is the finest of all ales

I S' 'o sweet slumberS its stay in the dog wand of a veterinary
a D t: hospital uptown it astonished I, Write for Free BooKIets-Fall ttmnmals of cnre, analyses
l etc to show to physician
0 0 0 0 e\er>'l.oly with its cleverness A i I your

0 0 ., French poodle it had chic that the ':
I Harris Lithia Springs Co. Harris Springs, S. C.
r nurses said was truly Parisian. It |I

had also Innumerable trllks.1'1'1 __ "''i'lIIIIIta .-

would, for instance, ,ay to it: "Show

/ jour diamond tooth." and it wou.d

I curl back its lip in such manner CALL O.N OR TELEPHOM-:

J IJ that the diamond would glitter. Tile

1 u i dog belongs to wealthy woman of

ti 4 Trenton. She had the brilliant set M. W. MARSHALL Poi l.I..Il1. Fla.

i j in its tooth two years aeo. What

gave her the idea of this
1 eet, crisp flaKes of wheat and malt-eaten cold i I doubt dly. the sensational tory

j ed long asro of the blaze of diamonds I '

II i,1 that mor.s.illumines the pugilistPreferred the mouth of'it 'zlL1' i TRY THE NLV) W A11T COLUMN I :

( A Good Night's Sleep. I
"The vcrlict seems to be that 'Force' is the Dlu:t nutritious and the eastcstd'jjosted I
Death to Operation. -
of all the wheat products. One fneii.! tills me that a small quantity I
eaten juat tefcro retiring suitalvuys to insure him a good ni htV sleep. I Charlotte. X. C., Sept 1.-Miss :J.:1'1
.It Viirmillion.! a native of Dublin, '' TIME TABLE.
(Name furc.sLcJ on il'pl1tb.:10u.0. .) :
died here &f the nsult of a refusal trbe ,

6 operated on for a simple rase of ': LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IS .

. .. .. .. .. .' "" .. ...., tonsil-tip.: She was strangled to death !i EFFECT DECEMBER I. lllU1 .!

from an enlargement of the tonsils. New Orleans and Mobile.
J- --- - -

\ CKLY WOOED AND WON. IZatltiK >ln hr >f>m.. I ELOPED WITH BRAKEMAN. BANNER SALVEj I 1.15'\0.ft.a UI po.4.son 'j 11:05 So.t.p I.ue.... Peneaeola.Arrlee! bal 2\0,11, ,a ''I 2\0.1.:11' p 5:00p No.a.

I n the UhtIf modern inquiry thcroMtms the most healing salve th- worlrtVEEKLY t HfJll a 2:7 p III a Leave_.... Jolomaton ..... Leave 2:8:$ a I t::to p 1:2DI'
11:1)1 a.:::! p i :4:55 a Lt'I\6.. ._ Mobile Leave 14:5in't: 1:1:16 n 11:08 pa2ap
S, '. rged r'nr Hard and OvercameHer to be no reason for bellevingthat i Pretty Heiress of Sixteen Gives Hardto -... -- --- =:= 1IO a I.I'I:.: -. h' n _. I I'I1I'p. 7:15e _
Objections. I iEUlirofiins l9',.ess any greater I Railroader. \ CIlEDUL.b I North.

". :m. Tr.u. a-pt- 1 -H&If: an food \ulue than otlitr ordinary freshMjretablu I :\1 attoon. 111. Sept. 1.-Mias May: FOR STEAM DIVISION

..v i. m<*aunt,' tor Utfirst time ,; foods, and in many respects Th>wtln. 16 years old! to a far .io. %. No. .. So. 1 1110" I.IL'165pm I
they compare unfavorably with them tUfol' of $"; mX)., has elopetl to Indianapolis PK>SACOLA KLKCTIUCTKUMINA111AIIAVAY I4I5pm! Leave m.. Penhaeota..Arrlve 4ntpm 11:'.' amIiam
I'arnhaui. a local cotton I : : 1I:15.m
pcu theI : : 7pm Arrl"'e.'tIoDttohl"ryI.l'avlI 1IH5PDl
vats the LoLiloti l'lIIct Mill, lu<1.. with Verne Hinkle, COMPANY. 11\1 am 1I.Jtlpm "rrh'e... lImlnltbam.J.I'"ve ltiatn oipm:
-i.a \I.-B iaiiy! 6 mons, of I-"Od- fresh, u-ndir mushroom is nndoiibtt 7:05pin $l'am Arrlvo.l\a bvlIle ......1.1'1'(1 ... ..... ... ...
a brakeman of the BIg Pour railroad. I'ensaoola for tbe LlllliKaroo : ._ Louisville .....LI'\'II
.n. married 1j,1I:3i.: Trains leave 2:5)ain 5:18a m ArrIve. 11:11pm !:&; am
t < contains
it carUthjdrates. i
d'.ebtlble. is
I ly easily i The bride is a granddaughter of the tug i: you, W Warringtoc are ran 1Iam 1I:5J..m ..rrn.e..ClnclnniHl..L..l\ve 6"ptn 1I:15pm
!.-lat u to \vellkuoAco flunilJoJ II ln I in addition to s-oine dutetle late millionaire! Valentine] Dtwein, of and tart Karraacas At1)a.ID.ArrlnAtt'ortDarrlncu --7lam 1:3)1'118 Arrive tH.Lo1l18 ..L..ave Iipm IoMpm
\iilin- This is not comparable I : PENSOL AND JUNCTioN.
\:Juc [ Peoria thief promoter in the oonstnntion :'\ 7:15a.u RIVER
im 'ndin<<\ a fair In ;hj'it i I0noa.m.arrive at fort Kurraacas 10.4--a.D
food-3iicli of the Chlrajro. lurk Island anti ltJap.m.l\rrl'rl'at Fort Kirranoaa: 1.45pnII : So. II-Dally .io. S-llally I So stop where time not bown I! So. i-Dall So. !".'"J-Vall
haiuej to Mica.
meet \
< ; arrive at fort Ht rraucas 4:15 n j )
:SO p
I' Pacific railway and will inherit $7 .- : p. m. -
"' .ia ease of love; at first mushroom, however curtains an unusual : :15p.m. arrive a. Fort Karraocai IUPp n : 11,55 p ; 7q a 7ILI'I\\''' .. 1''D&'olo. Arrive' IIIM p m 4a9 p m
I (H)0ben of ace: Shp was a student 'ht-) at tort Karrancas 11:16 J.II I::H\ night 1 I IS i .. 1:011..11111\ 11':111"' ftO "
uih a businwas nuc | jiroi'-ortioii of |I.ta.ium; salts i iIVw at the convent of St Mary s, lad Trains leave Fort Bamacaator rent I' Lh I" 714 ... Yol..stra. .. ... 16X4 /1111 II
he got an ictiXAiue.itts will deny that the mushroom UJon i cola at I 1 : '3" 7I4 ........t..sll1bl. ...h.. JIt.JI:! 1I: 7"
Miss D.\"in. who was visiting he- 1:1'1:2:1": : --------Mulat ... .... I"tlt" Ii:..... '
dishes. .. '
':. '.. from the tint excellent adjunct to many in Peoria met IlinUle arrive at Pensacola .. H.OO a.D 12:89: II 1."I" .. ... .... Harp ..... 10 21" 1i:6II'
grandmother ... ..
1 :'O )OSed marriage It has an app('tiziug favor and this. Ilu0p. m. arrive at fensacola .._..ll: 5p.n. I 1titI" 1)\') ." .........GsltIlty......_. 19:15 11:7" t
in After too m. arrive at Hensaeola ':65 p D "
appointment Indianapolis. p .. .. .
by .
HA had In his quality alone makes it dietetically val !j juable arrive ivnsacola ....... 5.45 n 1. 59 1'Y".. .ppiton I"IIU"I, : ..
5:00 m p p ISe a tn .. .. ..... Good t"nge.._ ..... 4M
she 18
swearing was ........
:years Fencaooia 7.45 ..
h was a family 1:0 p m. p ]1 IM" 9 15" m..HoIU.... _. 9:55 i 4:55 "
i they procured a license and wore mar '!s 45 p. m. arrive at Pensaoola I tu c.S a I 2::!<1" 11:*) .._..._ hltl.n ,_-_ .. lItO II I .:11 "
I r placed on tier ned. hv justice tard&79 only 2t bss ? ........Crebtvtrw...._ \1:111" I 6'110 "
\iilineuHe.: a
Hume ARK FOB WEEK DATS.penaaaoU 5:56 ... .. II 1r.J6
I "The )row of a ship" says a humor-1 i The bride I is a f'atlloiJr:: :: liar to Fort< and retorn 45< j 1:2244: fIll) u n .:::-Mo+ylll ad'" M.4 II i; 8I r
it, eayius she i( nautical "is of the -h > PensacolmtoBsvy1'mrd acd retorn._ t&tPeataoola ..0'1" II::!.') ?IleFuniakl'pringL. 11:111.. I ':611 II
of terms | troth. girl
handbook ,
Otis ry Ryan $ says >
tr it as an t-I.l to Palmetto Ktacb and reScrn IBiSCSDAT ..1'1" \IH ........._ ArlCyle. .....- 1:16" 2:51 "
not evidence of iioliten>. It reminds\ will never forgive her daughter for th"d'I'pllt .:H' 11.01 ....Pono d" L..on.._ 7Io" I 2Ie "
"'r further perl.e TlotaanJ Tioni the ICHEDUDI. Iioo" 11):1'') ._ .. _Wl' tvllle ....._ 7:11" IM "
.' uof a hue iu ion. When weather permit the running 0'' 1i:0 II 10'16 .. ..._ t"arY\llle.._.,_ 1:1:1": I:6W "
His:"' open eoHCbps I II s. 1:31 ....._..Ionlftiy. ...._ ftM" t.:7"
.; had impor- 6 "' 10:41 hlpley .._ 11:111" II
of the .\ sad fecsacola Lr Fort Karraao' h. 1:1"
And the bands went to the nose Ihlllll'l'nlnllllf"nl.] Leave
up I I\SI") II11 .. ..Cottondale...__ ,
mauled his irn. ka. m. 10 a. 111. n' 11.14 1I\j: ndoa7N0
boat displaying a lack o( good IUf'IIectl'ei'H\ medicine ii is a di-- Ill. m. II m 11:1\: .. ....Martanna........ IIJ" 1:116":
':at he could nut And trst began to pull .it her \'tast"1 I p.m.Ip.m 1:3- 11:45 '" .._Cypregh .. .._ fiII 11:4. am
but don't want topurge 1p.m. ..
then to bcrub at tier waist I appointment, you ( p.m. 1"J" 115:1" .....Grand Itldg..._. fitJ" 1I::2"
that might
they strain and break the :jrland: of 71" 12:05 noon" .. lin"l\h .. 11:21" 1I'fiO'
!' there This, it may be remembered occ\Jr-j! Ip.m p.m. ....., "
then and f the s-tc-mach and bowel.. IeVitt'Little 4p.m E as.dp :15" 1:1:15"rrl..Rt..I'P.'lDC"tlon: .I" h.I" lu: n"
red oft the Isle of KudeUfcS, '!: \.- 6
-> at last conserve 1, Early Ricers never disappoint. m p.m. I
A ran down tbe W). ( p. m. Tp.m,
spit to all
'n the parw>unis" ot I They cleanse the "y-temof potonand
And a tonsuiof laud projected in a most rum FOBSC.DAT I
putrid matteraud d' it bojrently LAW DEPARTMENTnK
.t episcopal church, uwaacnerly way j'eniijoli artharranoai N IT'
.' married within -n that one enjoys the plea-ant etlect-. 1 am and return.._..-.---_. HPtniaooia .
They are a tonic to the liver. Cure to Palmetto Ke3& sad -
rof their meeting return.___________ 16ilpa
trialize of .; liver and
TEN rEXi WILL Brv bili u ue-s. torpid prevent f
I Ky'- Cream Halm ; enough; to convince fever. Hlrji! ;;' Pharmacy Johu 1110 f"tgbt > alt.r R:6 c. m John D. Stetson University
I >Ilex to limiteitHC Si/e I Khepp.ird. Sidney Kahn.
that it i- the greatest uf '
.'!III'\' trouble so bid." I rfiuediefor nasal catarrh or cold in .-\ -( lioli- --.f i'l II>liiiii.Alma --. The Beer i Do LI1.ud: Florictl1._

l'u\ of Y.illey View, Ivy., the head. Full size 50 cent All '\\'t.. 11 tho 1:tlaill; h'IN'I's iI' S,.!!tl. JOHN: r.rouitKs: Ph. 1I..I'r""II'I'I.BIIT.J.: F\IK\MM. n.. lleanI
lilt! nut work feet weren
mmieii-e_"uiy and I wart I dru;'f m.iil it. w.'re daily e.\i' xtli.fc tin ..u.Il I fall Trent (CUIIIIIICIK:, N\'C'lllIc".la.Od"lwr. 1 iI)4).i.(
.\ liKo.-, G<) WarrPIItrret, That Made
'llli'lit Of a M'tlll'Uli lit \\ I r; II .
lily bid and physicianhlt >UliCt JleMV T\\ i PFAt.111ltrE-Tli.: Lax lifpartmentot" John l: -tetMiii I'niternlly gives
New York. leaders d 1.-I|, : a Iwo-v.-nr-'coursH. i..adi n c lo tln. drgr- LI.. K
rein f. the r.ui-r \utrthj I'W
to give me any l.Vi Second Street. AI1.I3u\. UKUHFK: ADMIT* lu 'ell E KAK-Th.' (II"I 011I" of liI..l..w D. partniei.t of .John H,
finally prtscribed Foley'-. .. 'tilleredgreatly I"ralIl.1i to Lord Kiti holier fimn t 11.I I Htft-on I tmerntmlnut. In tiir ! EI.lhws.I
uri- which Midi a well .1. e .rs.with catarrh and tried llilYer- 01':111 i_re Uiver Colony lying.As I .11:1: DANNMI l SS tR r FMU O u S SVICTORIA I, .ly. dinturniittioii' K INK'iK.M rrganlneIti.| .\ riilForth.\ Lax I'rpsrtmentaddrrALIt .. Law Annonne-n-nt.. of 1.*>.-1,and all otberde
\V. A. ,
tout re"medie= without eiffct. After the aetititf chaplain feud eoudm-tum i il1! I EI 1' J. KAHIIAH. Dean..f Law Uepirtraent:

,i' .x" R 'ing one bottle your Cream Halm vim.ertice in wail camps::'.u !).! L.uid. Fla.

niw Great I' 1 found relief and I cannot rrai' e holy I a:-k if the l h jmn Trace, I', 11.f tfen'es' 1:0-: -

i'iit'''r k; nothing; if not too hi'hlufh. a remedv.MlsS would hilt l 10 c a most Itl'U''l,11I | i

'i., ., maj tIe ui element : (.;IIR.\ \\1 LI.RD. ate one to girt nut to be sung':"' At"i I Tulane University of Louisiana. ;

.i 1..Ilo wing annisiii;: inci- Sept. 27, ls-A'. I. the great "K." wired batik: "I'ka.'
hut I think 'Onward L'lin MADE BY ACME: BREWING CO.
"ini- froui r.fHiu, sags jourwlt', Now Orlol1.u.:
I a: I"ro'"s: Her Mother. tian Soldier:' quite as guod." iu;.,r IO-CKVT ItOTTLF11tEClt

v 'perplexed bow tn Jack-Charlej! ", wtij Jon't you prove IN TOVDA.NNHEIS8ER EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LL.D., President.

..".11"! ;: I II.t'cruit..Il.t ) to the Widow Green's daughter; ? fSKIl FOK Pal;I'>IOM.Dr. .,\. I I
Tak- BROS full Course In Lniigaa (i''. Helt-nces Engin-..rung. Law Medicine.: Pharmacy Arl.Hfen ,
I iiu-ilf of
t a plan She's rich and is as the pearl
.. regarded J. C. Hi-hop of Anew, Mich.. i I-I"par"t.. Jpartm,', ixirnn Huildm(". Extt'II.I1.llor..rl.... Laboratoriesj
k 1"1t'1'1', about tile size of flf her cx. *ay"I have need FoleyV Honey AOKXTS FOR THE CELEBRATED j and Work bup9. hplenaid lii-parimnnt for women In the Nvwcomb tollegij.

.., ..r.j'ro.lltLt1 reermt to put Charley know it. my boy but I and Tar in three veryevere ca-es; of 1 I. W Harper Whis Tulane makes leaders in all vocations Iti facilities for Instruction are unsurpassed
tY. In the South. Kitht -tlx instructors andl2G'IbtudPntalast 1" .lon.
> ManyscholarbhlpsIn
ailll said """It* i .
kllit; dislike the mother of pearl.-E:\cbauge.Art pneumonia with good re-ulN in every tbcncadriulcdfimriincnt n to Louisiana bnvs. Kxpfnsf of scholarship student
:: von M the money fall ------- rae." Rfofu..euh-titute. \\'. A. Main Hou e-101 r'. Palafox '3treeR. \. I J ITiforseb-inn. Board and lodging in dormitories low rates tJpportunIU"I\Tord..s!
121 r'. Palafox. I"d..mlctud 'n" for self-help. In tbs Academic Colleges, no boy if properly pro pared,
: I .u'k in live minutes: \otfttnre.. D'Alemberte, r.. EJchanze-Opp.: Union DepoP. for collect- cork w.I1! h.turned away from inability to pay tuition. Nit letbion bginsuctoder >
; i r\ rei-ruit, w ith knees Mndie After she's vulnted her face O. Box 2>:: 1. ren"aclla., Fla. I 1st Send for Catalogue.

.''. remained in that tinvitimi bhe iilwujB l"lOb In the sinMnrjoite -"*- Try one of our celebrated Phone 116-2f S. Address. K R'. liRU}''''.Secretary.

: for a minute, and : Su tliut' oue Kirl Mliodoes IL $ S. Felt Mattresses. -

\ :t liil'l Idea. hr took nut hold the minor up tu nature. -
They never pack or groiclumpy.
:Vtueea his knees and Small }-:vt $-WE WILL-$ '

< ., hd. Better than a hair

" Lore In sight mattress at half the price.
,'ln'd t what he thought A Neu .lerkey Kilimr'N TeotiiiionialM. Marston fy (}u.iJza. CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODSat

'i'ii.: It was, ho\\eur, T. Lvneh. editor of the Philips-

.. I'. :ibout us: tart;'a as a burl, :\. J., Daily Pot'rite* : "I The flne-t line of umbrella- the and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of
nut ,M2ilod." he comN.wlt have: u-ed imuy: kind-, of medicinesfor city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go lookat

I -;;;:,:v-d recruit ouu' coughs and "uld' in my family them. ---+Fall Goods: -- ;
but never anythins; *o :1)1)S a< Fo-
'i' lie must h:1'x.- l'my.It".uu KliPr itigtit Away 1t
I' !.,>tn"on his knees ley's: Honey and Tar. I cintmt" say ud mfcig a specs tad uLw.h:sad cu'iikCOXCEIIT -
I too much in praise of it. W. A. AND DANCE AT 2> doz Men's Laundried: rihirts, CSpair Ladies' Spring H"el H hof'8, Jet your boys ready for school. i''

Mi.itumvmlnn of It. I I D'Alemberte.! S. Pal:1r"x. THURSDAYNIGHT regular fl. to close at Toe. regular Jl goods, tu close quick at hoc We carry a full line of Boys'Huitg. : ;
I in inclined to lose my -- I MAGNOLIA 27 doz Men1* Colored Laundried pair. OS Boys' Hulls, regular price, LOO!
,. 8:30 AND
to at tCRUlt.
.J tke philosophic man "I shirt*, regularise, to clo I =e at .-);c. SSpair: LidieV: 'I Jow.n' t Slippers, o'::
> -.YH It, 'Oh. there uo 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT regular; I 51.2j goods. to close at f 1.05" 67 lnys'j 1 I '
1150TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT 57 doz :\fen ;0 Colored Laundried |1.; ) and |1.75.: to close at $1.15 suit. !I
UHt: I If You Have :tillrtregular50o: goods, to elope at pair. 1O liop' All-Wool Huiu" regular ;

pl'wl the excitable prtut I DEPOT. Sic ; these goods should go iu 21 B* pair Men's Low Cut Shoe*, regular price $2 iJO to $3.I), to close at $1.011 J :

makes ice all the mad hour #1.50 good., to close at $1..'J and }:J 00 suit. 4:

:'1):1' 20 dos Men's French Neck Balbritr- pair. We carry the largest line of Boye' ? Igan

RheumatismURICSOL mm DISEASES Undershirts at roc< regular lacVe carry the iargett line of Boys' ]I cants by any house In the
Hi'nit>rrti_:'>e4 lor the Innjjf I ..
good Hhoes of house In Petisacola. :
D any
.. i All of our Ladle and Misnes'
. Ir- -iuce tulun ? 30 dos Men's French Neck albrl ;- Bring your toss; to us, \VB can tIt
1 sheeted that I ha4; the greet tttei And tr* to nest tail of elf & > tau; Understurta, at 30c, regular 43c, them in any size. !i :drop-stitched 25c. hose, to close at ;: ;

r.i,...o'. writes A. M.I tlllnl'S will eure 'atLFOLEY'II Mines' full seamless hose! ,
.1.I I "I took treat-: and All dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck :Skirt We will ,
you. It -L) cures Liver, Kidney our : to cio*e at Hue doz, or 4 pair for Me."j ,
x -ral physician* with- d.selrauW tJy In Ul M close at 75: cent close at 50c for choice. some .
: your doz Men's Seamless half hoe
'it I I then started to uric ecii It nr I"*. mud build op I stti: I worth Il._ ). ,
H and Tar and my the health luj Ft_rg\11 D tale UI.Dg U. 72 Pair LadieSpnnar: Heel Low of them are regular lOc goods to close at Sc pair. "
w .-ound aiey as a bullet. eeadiamp for book of wonderful ** Cut Slipper, 2'" to 7, regular $I We carry a full line of Skirts. \Ve have !just received a full line f:'
tt: cste4 Price. 11 per bottle. For m not good*, to close at 70c pair. Look at our window display. lof Lddie Kid Gloves In all shades. 11!
tIt in 'advanced tae by drumn. If your dWKt
..lnkV.' A. D'\l m- apply! you will c* sent prepaU upon or money r lun Ui CorUlflirenudlet

.. 1'liJr..x.: receipt o! Prl CC. Aflir*'' rteofnlzcd br si Remember, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we will have Room. II.

-- -- Urlcsol Chemical! Co., Los AngelesCil,, nrat phriicUni u the best

an get your house or theinarianMoDngCo.AtMti,6i. BRKWNER'S: '
troublw. F. E.
i"I complete at Mar- KIka ,

t/in'sOneasy pay- Distributing Agents. W.PuI A. D'ALEMBEBTE.Ai "'IJ. [ .o s105 SOUTH PALAFOX STKEET. ({iTHE :

!'veeklyor monthly. ww+ .

f S i{,

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I I' !! MRS. DIXON ; Catarrh j t YOU DON'T HAVE TO DRINK BOILED \WATER I "Stronae St t in ti4if i

.. ,. s : Is a constitutional disease. jt# DRINK
I It originates in a scrofulous condition ot The 41M Annual
j Ettered at the Post omce at Fen'acola.U. IN BAD STATE :: the blood and depends on that condition. I I Ending Ul'l't'II 'a'. i"tre

., iecond-lass matter It often causes headache and dzziness,
.- 'rs the ti u-. -mell and hearing, afli -

I OffICio.: :-Fitfi Building, ill1!* South -- :1.\:- I..,' \oCl. ,)raLS, disturhsthi Hl'lut'h. FAt the Soda FountainWhen 1 THE[ (EQUITABLE l[

5, Ps:atox.trret, ap-stair HAS NEVER RECOVERED FROM cured always y the rl'ijuly blwd-: urir'iu and in-rmanently!:, alterative

PUBLISHINC CO.i i' and .' action of

Terms: Invariably in Advance. :
THOMPSON. i art hi iiiedieimhas wrought the most you want the most
One Year by Mail <5 <"' | ,
,. woiidtrlu! cures of all diseases ,1t'lot'iatlin:, . .
2 5uOn cexhilarating; draught you Assets .
Ills Month in M tofula or the crofuloubahit. I I ,
Week by Carrier. l'ayabh.londay 1U always want water. .** Reserve and -it .
H<-Kfl> 8 PILLS ale the heat

TELEPHONE NO. 118. 'j, Mrs. Delia Dixon, the aged white } --- -. r l S t aJ1 ities- '":

lady, whose story of a shameful assault --
I Burplusfrom w
i resulted in the arrest; and detention '! STOLE FROM THECOUNTY dends are part
iI I
a LhEEI I Rock
L Whiff
of the negro "rfonny Boy" Paid to Polic\ .'.) .

1 Thompson, has been moved from the i j JAILA f 1901 . ..'. ,

!. home of her daughter, Mrs. :\Iyles'l New ]InSnrallCf' u. .
Total In-uCllllc"
u: :
I on West Government street, to ht-I j| very bold puce of thieving occurred L LlmlA Dec. 31, 1W1Xowithtandn .
of her Henry Dixon,
THERE has; been no sensational i at the county jail yesterday, r.l served at the fountain, ./ :
heroic in the war: maneuver.. 'I seven miles west of the city and cial strength of ti!., s
'.' and Sheriff Smith was the thief'svictim. ,, sparkles like fine wine ; it greater security: w ,
Wheie i" Hobson near the Baldwin county line. : .
holder .
__ thereby <
is only water bubbling! over '
have 'I' Henry Dixon was in the city yesterday are LOW and Gt.v -. >, -. .
GENERAL KKH.EK mu-t a I Shortly after noon the herd wentto =' ') -- '' with pure ozone. ter than given byKXOWLES".
peculiar sense of humor--he finds afternoon: and said that his ;
the jail and was in the of at
sitting I
caricatures of_himself funny.. j mother was very feeble ; that she ( Bottled at Waukesha, Wli.
fice. He soon had occasion to go Ij
h.1a beef famine but had never recovered from her experience .
GEKMX.NY iuto the of the and heI : '
rear jail as /
that outfit not to be very etlective ; with the black and that it.I L L. Bear & Co.Agents General \ .
I I had almost shot mm-elf one time by ;:'
they don't u-e beef in sat=age. : had taken such an ttfeot on her that ;,
- -- I [ his pistol falling from.his pocket, lie I 3U9 S. Paiifnx: >: I '. . has been ;sent to :, a recovery was not anticipated. I I
pulled out the gun and placed it on -
quiet those unruly volc'iuoe-i: in the '' It is learned that at times she'I CONCERT AM':
his de"k. He was much *urprieu -
Philippines._ He is to do it. bp-e" into kind of a lethargic; state very Green Watson & Co. )MAGNOLIA ,! I IXUiHT. i
---- -- i to find the pistol mirinei ; ,
and rave something about i I TK.\1\-: .
THE report which Explorer Baldwin { : ouuy i
i i when he cime! back, twenty minutes \f. AST TKAI\I
brought back from the regIOn Boy, '.-5<)nn Boy; what made you I liter. t i It vi.Lin \ \' .\ ( 'ox OUt .T \\U. : '
of the North Pole is taking a lung : act that way? You ought to be'',
thaw :Several negroes had visited other .
time to out. i iBAKEK
.._ ashamed of i i I
yourself, etc. j
-- u i: in the jail during the sheriff's ab-
MAIv LIlY, the mother i i The old lady has; told her son that New Goods Arriving Each Day !
'' fence and Mr. Smith wa quite sure SANTA ROSA SURFBATHINC
of Christian science: has supplied i
l she is ;going to die and for that
all the children of Concord i one of these carried off hH; gnn. He '!
poor I ESTABL'SEyeFIh :
reason she wishes to be in the country t
with shoe- This aurally shows i hunted for the suspected black all

her interest iu their soul. where she tan spend her lat I!I. :ill: D"z..u l.idlc+' All Linen Haudfcerchi-K: I
i | the afternoon. chowdtr WL:
I dQl
days; :amid surroundings dear to her. .- checial II S .
J. PIEKII'I.M Moi: .AX and Mark !] jNV.ilf j|I I i 1 1 Liundned and uliuudrled, lUb each. . Stuld.ty evening I'
I Self PriiK-KKiii cm arrange: to !: i\ '
Hauna are not now the: omnipotent r Cure lor Chronic ltlII"li.uiulI. other refrpahttiHir- -

mortals they ,seemed, to be to those,, : demands that you be on the alert to 4-Inch! All silk Taffeta Ribbon, in all time during) the w. r. ,

who banked their hupes on their Take two cups; of hot water half an !. see that you get Painkiller (Perry S 'I lac yard i J term. gee IIlHI.l: ''

ability to' settle! the anthracite strike t hour before each meal and jut be- !;: Da\'ii') when you ask for it -ome ,, n1 Shadeworth 25e our price. ,. . CHAr: H i.

fore going to bed, al-o a drink of dealers will and persuade M
--- try
you 4-Inch Liberty Ribbon, New shades:; die yard.
CAIIAINMI: : : EL A. SMOKE of water hot or cold, about two hours take something else claimed to be I
Alacruu county 1M. been detailed as !after each meal. Take lots of outdoor ; j ju-t.isgoud ; m-i-t upon getting Painkiller -
f) MO Dozen Child's and Misses' Hose Full A '
jn uctor of military science at Yale ][ txt'rcl-e-\\dk. ride dme. :' the remedy: which ha; been 's eCIa 1 K "'eainl--* and Fast Black Soil elewhere I P I

University. '1 here will be uo smokeless Make a regular; tabit of this and in the wurli"- family doctor for lo U at He, our price .. . .. . . . . I'JU pair! oytertlld.IY.. I I'NI. I' .

wariare when he direct many cases chronic constipation years ; it never fail to stop diarrt.i. OR #l.tri DOZE \
---- be cured without the of ,,
I may u-e any griping! painin the stomach or bow
'- ---- ---- -
REP !J.II"hadtr says the medicine. When a purgative; is required I
els. dysentery etc. Large bottles land !;; FINE STATIONERYC.
Braideutuwu Herald, ale talking ol take *oinethmg mild and !
Values in Embroideries lOc
gentle like Chamberlain'stoinach: iio) cents.FRANK Special yard.

a war cry lor the campaign ol Uu4 to and Liver T.tlJlt't:;. For .llti by all i __ _

be Ruo-evtlt, 1 :vl-tou and licciprocity. drujrgi-ts and medicine dealer-, > \'. Th.imp-ion \ .

." They seem to have forgotten : -- OLSENIN See Sho'indo\\' and Counter Display. Palafox street. Ii:i- ji.-'

what "Ihrte Ji' did for
tie CAUGHT WITH ------- new ;supply; of Lint .

them on a previous occa-um. AN ACCIDENT .
Paper, white blue I '
an. : \
T': i- i- your l lpp; .runny t"> r* :;i'ly; Y"ur*-1f Wit: Embroiif-ne-

THE iLilueuce of the theatre i- GUN IN POCKET V.-r> Phi'in'men L">w Prit Envelopes to match. o\

very greatly misunder-iood and Unappreciated alo Foreign Mail Tablet- ,\ [
Frank Olen "f > .iil IeVilh 1 velopeto match. Ink. "
in some circle 1 heiei --
-f.r.i, while Will klll,' tit :h.bay PenholdersBlankbonketc.
\ no greater or more forceful teacher -
i Harney (rrteu. a Century uegro: GREEN WATSON & CO. -'
of the power of morality man a gooddiuiu. yesterday fell from tour deck uf a always on hand.
was brought: here: ye-teidiy after Phone 2i I-
Discriimuue; attendance at I,I ..hip to a raft of timber below. The: \

the theatre is nobtiubr rather than noon by Deputy :Sheritf lirewtou and: Telephone 193.
fall was about L'5 feet distance\ and i
deeradiug. !i locked up.Green i
the wonder is that he was not I I Ii. See Pryor'(i bees iAEverybody

I i wa caught at Century yesterday -
THE Ocala Evening star says."Congressman : killed.

a. M. sparkuiau: ,, with a fine pi-tol in his pock-i i] The ship', boat brought him ah"rt' i. F. B. BRUCE, ha- "
a n!
"our rteve," w ul oe heard tram the !! et and was arrested for carrying; .
at :H o'clock and he was: carried this piece of this earth. lint : : .
stump on the lou!1>111;; issues of the j concealed: weaponTaken before I fl,lit for it. They mu-t wat.cbitiice .

day about in the M.triuti uiidaie of county.-t' 'tt'1lJlJt'r.some "time It Justice-till at IIIuIT springs, Green : was home not ascertained in the patrol whether wa;tln.or lint It tVlr r tk ill! i in Us S Haling; ul Alnhti: Lias, tret and get it. & Co. .

pleaded guilty to the charge of hav- have some particularly fine I, .' :
js not u't.t1; ol great enjoyment
any were broken, but it Wt
tIer and tin
tv heat ol burnit issues this hot iug the pMol and wag committed to Guns Ammunition Fishing Tackle Bicycle andRicv'cle to just now, *:;
stated his injuries are more of an internal YOU to come and invetiri "
weather.THLKE. jiil. !' You will never regret liars, -- :
-- ---- I nature. Sundries, Edison Phonograph and Music.
The deputies are seeking to put ai rO. .
ha been considerable reference - --
? ONen IB a man of
j large physique, Hammond and Other TypewriterTypewriter: MijipliAll Ku.dof'
by the press; to the rou;nriJtr top to the practice of carrying concealed This weather make tile
and the impact from his heavy frame I B"p'urinjr.: Luck and Key Fittnu' I

cowboy race of Olio miles in ?uu- at Century and hope by f wadreadful, said one of his i I Hi;h-Urade Hinnnerle-* Guns Kt-pt for H"rt. Big; supply: Fr"-ii Sb.lI\ grass row. You can h <::1
all Low Prices.
honor of President Roosevelt and his at
doing *o to end
put an to the fre keen cutting Lawn M wen
rou, h-rider proclivities. The sole i! pan ion-. ;
quent trouble- occurriu. ther _. n____ __ 15 South Palafox Street.MIMIC and Grass Shears from (fltr
condition of entry to tin race I* i i
that each rider uiu-t u-e but one 'I -- -- -- Wart'r Melon i mills Hardware Co' .,.

'A __
horse for the entire di-tiUce. The WEEK OF and Cholera are ea-ily a--ociited.: .JAR' liAME.I .

cruelty and inhumanly of the contemplated Tin- dreaded and grave trouble tt I HEPATIGUHA FRANK SECARI'S BATH HOUSE

ride i? an insult to the 'the bowel: = can: "e< much uiferm,;. Higginson Captures Signal and Win : _

One of GOOD OPERA painful *. less Station on Boston Hill. .
who profuse
sensibility the nua inow cramp sweatingand ; Deep watere'i: bat: i:,.: : :
president of the United Mate., iiiteu-e thir-t with vomiting, Clog'k Island. H. I.. Sept: 1 -Aft. .r I Inot a ->trun,< l'urrativ: -, day for white peopl+. ..,1.! ; ..
-- ( a bombardment of two hours and a I for ImJietendant. wt, I m l "
and it he takes plea-ure in such demonstration I purtciiu'" a ud evacu,ition.. Treat vij- compartment
II i The H )ton Ideal: Opera Company orou-lywit1.! Davis' I quarter Admiral Hisennson! today <'ap.; It doeall that required to Neate-t, ben:' I I'
and encourages such I Perry Painkiller.It .
Hired the signal and wireless tel1- bath hou-e in the cit.; '
opened their wtek'enptUJell Mlicient andafe.. It isfi rtimalate:: the Liver sfcreti .
needlecruelty simply for his own ,I ; it standard giaph stations cm Host on bill and is cent. FK\N h' \ .

personal a ,:raudi-einent, ue i. not j I! the opera hou-e: lil-t l night with an remedy Druzit5and: 5oc. now holding the great Salt Pond Harbor ': ns without overworking I C'or. C'evalloiKl Z.rr. : -- -'

worthy if the po-itiou he occupies. :excellent .
presentation of rild
the Liver and BowelA< a
A tioi-e can spurred and U-hed 1 I II Pasha." This ione of the largest LARGE FISHING ; The sisnal corps abandoned the station -I| \-A AAA ha6hblt h6p

under the saddle until he literally and escaped.Powle pleasant, palatablLaxati'e "

drops dead from exhaustion: and in I'and must Clearing companies tint 'I HAVE YOU NOTICED

a race: of this and character has ever been engaged for the i PARTY RETURNS Estate to be Divided.
I New York :?ept. 1.-Th > Dutch uov- \ IT TPecect[
there wouldcarcely be a mount amusement of l'emacohan"and the II I HERE ?
.mm..nt has cording to The XVorH! ,
that would not be tilled MI crippled I I audience were enthu-ia-tic in prai-e II consented to the division of the Povi i
I A fi-hmg oIf about ;AI I For
before half t.t: > :t--t.t i -d di-tanee arty people t-lirnin'\til.
: and > estate in The Y'
appreciation. Tonight "Er- Hajruo. valued at JU.- I 'vv"YVV"l"Y VYV

would b.r, .vl r.-t. from Pen-acnla. Millvit-w and; Mu-- Mtn too, among nine h.-r\. who live inAmPrira -- -
will I -- -- -
IUlUIt' be presented. It M one 1. Typhoid and Malarial Germsfrom
co ee peat Lib- Diy near Millview i-"H'n heirs IIvP Fire mat > ,.
uf I Do wiiit :, ..! is I: ''l wH -:
the old stand ird*. and need: no I i Qir.mey IIl.-a d one in ChicagoThe y-u a
JEWELER IN HIS fishius. Their success wasi I the sy-tem nothing! can for little moneSK \ f." t't'
-xphcation. l! y are all In Xw YoN now and .-x. >hens the jew.d.-r.. .. w,.i '
i I II I i great, so tho-e who reached the city poet that the 'roK'rtill he hanu- ecual it. It ia tonic and commo late: you.

NEW STAND :I N,.t DiMiniPil .'..r Life. j I II I|i early thi morning reported. ed over to them in a few. WPt'kE. alterative it will improve -

-- --
"I was trented for three years,, by' All kinds of i-huin
I. doll t'autiing Accepts Brooklyn Call. I your health beyond

1 good doctorwrites \\'. A. Jreer, |! on to popuhr favor' It be. Klchmord.: Va. !Sept! 1.-R*>v. F. W. your rocking chairs at ..JantollQuina's.
I have moved my jewelrytore to I McCouuell-ville, 0., for 'II -eems to = .
[ Piles and of Marshall mo sanguine foxp ctat 'J"- 'ift'erY
A noticeable 'increase in saleof Troy pastor &rest Chris $ Prices
120 South P. hfox. formerly occupied j j j Fistula, but when all failed Kuck- tian church here
BJSS 4\c C>., and I I], Painkiller con. from golf di-trict. announced today Sold ists low.
by am now leu's Arnica :dive cured: me in two' that he ouM accept thecaU Ill All First-Class! Drll [ -
; better than ever to The rea-on for this is clear as Perry
prepared /give weekCure; llurnHruies.. Cuts. from the Sumner Avenue Baptist -

great: bar':.diamondwatche. ':j CornSores.. Eruptions. salt Ilheuin.Piles Davis' Painkiller 1.+ the oldest and churrh. Drooklyn. and begin his YOU'LL GET THE LAUGH

jewtlry. etc. Call and see me and ,,r no p3V. -5-: at W.1>' -\1- |I best remedy extant for sprains. new work at once. i'Ufllltllr"'o.
if I [ 1f \\1'aflt t
trains. brUI"'e and sorene-s, all of I on ,
let me l'tnnnc.11. !1 tmberte drug -tore. _. __n__ __ to PITY tfCr.I frog tho.e w>.> r -
J. -TEPHE .. I I which are of common occurrence: Came Near H"iii : a Cripple.Joh letterUtiles.. "v.iiifi -'
-- n .n either in 'izorouplay or through I Shears'ih < of the right.rt '
WeathAfer. of Loogootee Grass t will cut
CREAT SALE acciJeut.. Everywhere the standard if"I the: right '.it
A "".-.'n'.i >iil>)<> let I !1 liniment and b1 U1. Ind., is a poor man but he says he I close at the Willis Hardware tlmf''f' kc'1;' '
would not be without Chamberlain ,
"I want all the world know --.. Stationery.- s
to i -- --- I i
ETC Balm if it co-t five dollar a Go's.At .
writes Rev. C. J. glad to
Ashaway. V'l'i
r ATTENTION ESCAMBIA RIFLES bottle for it saved him from being post
R. 1., "what a thoroughlygotvl ,
and reliable medicine I found cripple. No external application H For the next Coe's Book StYOU'LL ) ,
Electric Bitters. Tht'cured I I have just bought at a great bar- i -- equal to this liniment for stiff and Almost t Cost t 60 lays;tfU/I
i i You are hereby ordered to swollen joints, eontracted mu-clea, niture -
of and liver trub l'that
jaundice .
for !! arm 'TV !hall on Tuesday, Sept. 2. tifl nOock.a[.nin* and rheumatic and M. Pryor's to make room for new
caused puttering
I me For great aenuine.all-round: many ;i at :Llfl South Palafox street which, I"",''.', at ? clock p. m.. in fatigue muscular pain- It na-i also cured BE INTERESTED
"t'art' curettey
excel I ever s.m.- beg:inuin:," Thur-day. will be offered uniform. Medal drill auJ reul.irnlollthl' numeroucae< of partial piralvi. stock.Ball
anything ''at sacrifice until all It i- for sale; by all dru and : Bearing keen cutting :
Electric Bitter- are the! sUrpn-e of prices i- ijone. .\ meeting. Horder of ;giolt; m many of the HI :'
Call fo.tnat: Lit'out!' Palafox street J. C W medicine dealers. You'll !' '' !
all for t'lt-ir wonderful work m Liver. T.-oX. I Lawn Mowers, at the here. ..
Thursday and get treat bargain-. p AEI ---- -- '- ,
l w
Kidney auJ1I'U1.1l'h trouble. c..apt&lli. with the -tyle in
i, F. E. HRA W\ElL 1-t &ergt.: Foley's Tar Willis Hardware Co'sThe book art' printed"-' -,
Don't fail titry them. Only Met- Honey and '
taarantred bv W, I f'lsllrf'3j type .
atifactKMi A
The ben for the For bad cures colds preheats pneumonia. finest line of sterling silver h.k- it '
I D'Alemberte. 121 youth Palafox. a ta-te m the u..uth take The kind of :
-- \\1dtlPDSVL I es price ever sold here. Chamberlain -iomtrlJsnd: Liver goods and silver novelties i is to be to buy and real
Wocv i 0)1 Pryor Fur. '1 Tablets, For sale t' Garden hose at the Willis
j Rattan (Won hern y druggins found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to
:I kt*ID}'j Ljr-Bdlsuu tte txxuui care for WL.U.fel : future Store' and medicine dealers. I Hardware Co's. ;please all. Coe's Book Store





--C.- O'NEAL, President; IVTo. S6O3.ti F. C. HORTON. Cashier ; 1.1.ITHE i

S,'1.'roSHEE,Vice.President; M. E. CLARK Ass'1 Cashier. WEATHER : : WWWwWwj



Local Forecast-Partly cloudy tonight < m

Designated Depository of the United States. and \Vtdntiday with occaIocalbower* ] c itll ;

variable wind-

Uoudeu=ed Statement at the close of business; Aug. 21. 1902.RESOC'RCFS. M t I'I N. F ':

: LIABILITIES. Temperature in Last 24 Hours : ;'

Manrnum..... ....................... ... ... 'degreei 'I \
D able $330,403.19: Capital Stock 2dO.OOO.OO Minimum .................. ..... ...... .t> degrees 525"r5z52525Z5:. 5'SZ5 !
Loans. ab7274 !Surplu; lu.OOO.OO! ___
.. i , .
Undivided -
t. ]0,243.94d - - -- -

.- and Premium. Ih7.171.b7 Circulation...... .... .. .. ...... .... .... ... liHj.OOOOu' ) Temperature Elsewhere :
'ttrite-, 2.I523.W Depoit 39y,4G371: )tax. Min -' 4..GREA.T.Embroidery .; -

f tad Fixture. 6.71MS Atlanta... ..... .................... '"'I ". '
'.;'" .. .. ... .. .. .... .. .. .. ...... s' s4C [ Bismarck ... ... .. 7' V ,
J : EXt'iauge: .. .. .... .. .. ..... 15325h.7U Chicago ..... .. ........ ... T- m! Special
Cincinnati.. ........_._. .... .. *1 T I
lialveeton?.'m ..... ... ........ :t f'
$710,7utt tij I 1o. ti6.63t 1, Huron .. ... .. ...........?.... 7tJacksonville '.
/ / .... .. .......... ... .. ** 7* '
!i Kansas city: __ ..... ..... ..... .. 74 i* .MONDAY !I.
PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. I Key West ........ ..... ............ .*; Mi .. ..
I I Memphis .... ..... ...... ...> .-
1 -Mobile_ .u'u.... ..... moo.......... ..... .. '; 7'
--- --- Montgomery .......... ........... I':! I,
I IuprXOLBTER.ER. New (Orleans...........,._... ". i* XOTHER DKMOXSTIIATIOX OF
B H. FAIRCHILD, New York.................... ......... ...: 7- A
IMPORTANT DIRECT savannah .... .:.._ ........ k..
St. Louis .. .......... ...... ...... I Iit -- -

EAST ROVANA STREET. Fy.-lnf.liei.. Direct from manufacturer to coi cal litrinsactioa ?
( -tinier-a
VISITORS HERE FRUIT TRADE An eyelash is a pointed hair. If it is
: which not onlyae-< '''II the itiiiidleiiian'pnifit. : -
n N' !<'J Rtfinishtng Furniture a cut, it will never regain the i>mted but t'-e! extra di-count awtll.. Positively tlie
1 state. It always lives for a certain Ireatf't'lllUfS it ha- been pleasure ;
Specialty. --- our to pre-ent IdI
I \length of time, then falls out, to be re- Every yard worth twice the price a-ked.a

Phoue 4.00. MILTON H. SMITH AND GENERAL I TO PENSACOLA FROM CENTRAL plafcj in a vigorous sUn 1'1IillJ) another See Show Windows. :?
__ I la-h. It J.TOWS approximately to Its

MANAGER EVANS ARRIVE. AMERICA PROBABLE. full Ienrth more quickly than a hair ?

R. K. WHITE, I in any' other situation. It may fade 21 IKHI Yard Cimbnc: and :i,7JoJrd4( =wis-, Niinook at.a::

---- from the skin extremity. In that case SwiEn.broideri; ..* and and Cambric Ell! L1i:4
; ,. brig i Maiiufadurin Jeneler there ouiething \wrons with! tin; f.... briiderieand III-('lt. .: :
i Pre-ideut Milton H. Smith and .\ direct fruit -tenner line from .....
I .
: cretion of pigment: acid the fadnm is! Iii-ertint- rtn Ute, inti; positively tin! r. ..ite .:;
1".ltlllalt' Opt<'iall,
I I General Manager Evan the L. Central American ports to Pensa- likely to increace and IK- permanent -t values we ive -\.T .
dl I ;shown worth IS: amid L'HC.Monday ++ ?
.!HI si IVnnU. VI* j! X. railroad :arrived rle-terd.1Y C'.lu i-; a future probability and Or it may fade from the tip In the Monday 5c yard A

to.I, latter nine the lash itlr! i ieitlnr; et q
-- I and remained until towardecunii have lOc yardNew
non over steps -auie
.. -.. I fete or injun-d. If a lash fa'II! frnll
d.J.)'. I been taken. the tip hams tile fudtsl part the lath will! and wilt! mint ..111\\!
Koon after their arrival here they The L. & N. railroad company has i I; glow New English Percales.! r.Q
1 i any fading. .\. lash, like; ally other
PEWS} NOTES : were taken down to Museogee wharf interested itself in the project and lA' l One Solid I Ca-e :S"a M.uul Oi_
{ hair, does not grow from tVfrei-< A S >Ud I C.i-i Fall StNli( -""
but from tt.e \utliiii the skin. Percales: .-tripe: .il.d I Su mid Fi.urtIfn '-,
I and went carefully over the steam- doing all in its power to have the part t : 'lit' : '". .
I ;* Kirfureworth 12'I > Worth '.
'. /'-./'>-. /'- I -Llp August Belmont, which had trade transferred from Mobile to' _, .;

wi.i be hO -er\ices utChri-t I jut arrived from her first trip to I Pen=_aeola.: :i I I I In cleaning CI..unlllj,;common('.inm.ii laces I.nrr make. a ::: Monday lOc yard I Monday 12 I_C y'd A.

A I ii.-dayafteruoono'Aing Tampico. Yesterday E. II. Thurman and F.U. ': sads. Let the lace soak in this, fur ten

1,1. f r urn the city of Kev. It was stated that the [>'\tent loading : (il"iitini, representing the hours or more. Then rub! gently! betnreeu ....FIFTEEN DOZEN S3.00 SAMPLE HATS !1.... =;-
the palms of the hands. Wash
11 V" apparatus of the steamer had ]I United Fruit Transportation Co., ?
1 in a second suds in the same mauuir LATEST 1Mr2 f STYLE

word! be a meeting of the Liiiciatioii canned remark: amongoiliciaU on account came here with J. A. Jtidsreley, then rinse until the water is clear. It .. -

-- at Ii o'clock Tut'-I 1 I the lace Is t) be. tinted do it now: then $1.50- Special Monday$1.50VISIT .:
of its inefficiency, and the otIli general a.;'eni for the L. &: X. at 1
11111 g.; A full attendance of i I starc-h. Have a flannel tacked tightly ..c
reque-ted.. I i ciaK are aid to have come here for Chicago, and J. McF. William1, on a board; spmiJ: the lace on this aim,!
I no other purpo adies' Missionary :Society ofbytenan i lace is drawn out properly and that
'I themselves: what had been represented N. at Montgomery. The last named New 1'p-to-the-Minute Fill Walkinj
will meet i
church i each point Is fastened, to the flannel Hitt-
Nellie Mallory at o o'clock ." They fouud tint the --ervice was left last night but :Me- r*. Kid;eley, :' with a pin or th,' wet lace may be :

.' \. ifternoon. uasati-factory. Thurman aal Jalentini remained drawn ont Kifwtly smooth covered I II

l>. ned the books today H. E. :Strohm and Oeo. E. at o'clock.. i dry. S
-tore and will keep i Titcomb of Philadelphia and William I In conversation last mt Mr.HidB'eley 1
I tf '(lay and Fridaynth Flannel. : I
E. Hutchiugs:: of Louisville.! stated that effort to \W' I'0
." from i to 12 ,I every I Never dry fiinuets in front of the : 111)U) \ UyU J Uph
I The 1'hiladelphri gentlemen are the have the trale brought to Pensacola fire, as this makes them shrii.k. They' ?

of the Belmont's hobtinapparltu" of1 I II bliouUl be web shaken in order to ral-e j
patentees ;; wis being made ; that the service I
thly! meeting of tilxT and in their
I II the \VNilly hnig up
If You I'.uy Them at the !>o ton :Sliof Store They are Good !
and )Ir. inspector hi- road had been dis1poal I
I Society: will be : Hutching- placed at the natural shajKIn the air. Avoid too
Mr. J. N. Anriept. of machinery for the L. & X. of the fruit company, and that 'II saiiiiy a Ia\! An ideal day for lry- ,

: : ;3, at The three visitors went over to I he was in a iv>"ition to promise the ': and lug rtann.-ls windy. Is In one CJIMwhen that is rather drying dull out i Biggest Shoe Sale of the Season -;

ide I
i::r%dance );ee wharf soon after bl' akfa.t importer service of 52: hours to of doors is ini-s-ble dry them in a I
t ( ..-'iman, XO OLD :-,ECON [) H.XIiTOUK: IX 1'l13'4.lI[ : .H. 1
secrt'i i today and joined President Muith, Chicago, whersis the! best time from roam where there is a fire It you like ALL l'LK'EW.. KttE-H (}ODS-PRICES Cl'T TO THE 21J.IWET
1 1I but do not put them in front of it. Iron
I ieneral Manager Evans and a number )Mobile via M. and O. road, was Go | XOICH.
with cool iron when they are nearly
i I.t iy, F. E. P.raw- a Here are mile prices : j
of local: railway official*. hour. A dillerence of three hours } dry. Lidie*' Oxford- Ideal Kid-, Patent Leather and \'iclKids, all oui
lie at 2 this style and old for |a, during this ;ale J
They remained a good while at the counted a great deal in the handling new year's
x worth of cloth- i ; Ii j' A Riis \\ Iltl Ki
I luruishings, etc., at dock, and witched carefully the of fruit. Tl e only drawback here, With family around expecting him I and Vicl Kid. which sold all season at fl 50 at this sale for $1 75. i

1 'I Our Lidie- >J Oxford in all shape, Patent Leather tip stock tip
!Uemetnber the date :
work. he iutinutelW1'S\ the
steamer at ; quarantine to die and a -ou riding for life, H .
heavy and light -ole-. now U Iv 1
-. lie will. continue till ,I Mr. litcomb denied this morningthat regulationsomethiny with which mile, to get Dr. King's New Di-- There are only a few of the many sped il prices w e are offering. Coui I

-T'>11. covery for Consumption, Coughs I and be convinced:it the bet place to buy htgh-elaf"otweat for the
i the -ervice on the hip was they had ta contend at no other portso .
f Hngi-tration T. N.tiHintted and Cold '\'. H. P.rown, of Lee*- (lest money i- atBoston __ _. _
:i either too slow or in any way nnsat- stringently.Mr. ville. Ind endured death's asronie- 'i
the deputy siid I
: i-factory. He claimed the men in Thurman said the )[. amid O. from a-thma, but this wonderful:
they will be busy all medicine gave instant relief! :aud' i
i.'.:I.t..riIlK"oten for the i charge didn't know how to operateFortune road had: treated his company very soon cured him. He write : "I now I Shoe Store
r "lectio Charles Le- I.I nicely atIobile.: constructing a deep soundly every night." Jjikt ,
marvelous cures of Consumption '
--------- -- ----
,'puty regi-tration ollk-er I large; fruit shed and otherwise bidding Piipumouii, nronchiti'. Cong Cold- x 1'I II.IN (1. I'OHC'IIII.\IIH, I'toprtelof.

.t 1"p..ued: hi; book at ; h'axnr- lr\an. for the trade. A double and Grip prove its matchless: merit
:'Ole yard today and will laving di-tre-s-iu paius in head, for all Throat and Lung troubles. Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street.
bark and ,.-tomiach and being with- fer Mobile,
at however
each Tue-day and system Guaranteed bottles &Hc> and $1 (MI.
pen out appetite. I bewail to u-e Dr.
'. this month. 1' Xew Life Pills, writes W. .1''hit.'head could be done away with at Pensacoli Trial bottle free atV.. A. I'Aletnberte' -
/ I ing's 121 South Palafox. i i
; drugstore! FALL TERM. !
------- 1 \\ of Keunedale, Tex and I ash!* vts-els could discharge I i II Hotel Camden i

:o rejaiu your health I -oon felt like a new man" Infallible I Cleaning ladies skirts and waist !' The fall term of MMIK Hu-ine
troubles. directly steamer at the dock I
ike HooJ'Sar- -tomach and liver is of Star Laun ;School. of ::horthtud.'I'yp. -
-- i- to t one OT specialties. College < "1"1.\| : \ \L\K\Sl .
I ,
Only _"ic :it D'Aleinberte drug and into cars. He was much im- :
:"II 'II' wholeVtein: -tor'-. writing: and Literature will open -4,

pressed with Penacola, aud never i, S'pt.1st:::; I) iy :and Night! S"_iou. j Is Now Open to the Public. !
'H PATRONS OF knew its advantages until this, hi- dry.MARITIME. Tim in-titutioii wise-tabli-l'.tdoi! |, ;

SAID SHE RAN i fir-t, vi-it. The quarantine regulation >ept. 2d. IMij.: and will soon enter |I in-ill- t tin' 11I'lIa.' ut'nt "( I
PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. I upon the eighth year of itexitruce.'t'here .
here militated against: the --
| are hundred of young menlaud i iI MRS S. MINIS

GAMBLING HOUSE trade, and should this be arranged; tar guars. women in this city andur- t j
tuber to date < 'J.! ;, I
", tl will be at Public! : he could see no reason why a transfer for "p"' ''rouniing country, who attribute J i iI I II ,,f Pei'-it.'li.! Klo.-idi.

fi-itii! thi. d tie until --- would not be made. \ 1:1.1' Kh I| their !ucce-->- IH life to lnviug taken I I'I

', W..u time huts of !< Br ? KotUertifld...i'Iiaudl-.rAntwer p' in thi* -chool. It qualifies RATES RlASONAI5U; ; j
course j jly
i ,
The of coal at Pensacola he
colored! price to HuU IrnuMt Co _
of Della Dor-ey. residua nu'et '
"I.i for the purpose ,; IXf. Ca lottrrdan'ma lone .
l>r t< Koht-lirld ; ap. L 1 for bu;ineI --
.... flewdd 7. = said: was about GO cents more per j!,, ShltliU to L .t N Ky the flY'p 'If :Month.
1 cli ifymg \\ irragosatreet, was acre t. I Kr n st O-wftlJ. 17..;. T Tmdiil Kiltimorttaoull I .\ handsomely illa-trated catalogueis

pupils who f:uli ed on !i warrant: li-t night charging: II I ton than at any other port but he I Ii Transit ('0 ; now in cour-" or l'uJllcatlm'l Table Furin-ti d witii tte! Rest the
entitled to I Market A!L.rd-.
:. :a-s are I her wits. conducting a gambling i thought this could be altered by the : I.KAKFI'. 1! which will b* i"'!ned about Sept.t..

died to the following I railroad company. i I Brs \\ l l IT JuliusStfhreyer > lla':?. end for copy. .\dJrH" C. O. Public Patronage Solicited.
hou-e. Her case wapostponed until I lor t1r..I1It'II111. i."u.'U"i' It !um.
I Ii :il I Principal 1"J' !South Pala-
Mr. Thurman' now imports IMT, IJH.KW': ft sawn, tiinlwr. I'.V.'kft: hii5 Meux.
tiring to enter any tomorrow morning. company timber value NilTHE .< ,1 fox street. I'Talw Free :Sample;: II lotus.Sandiy .

quired to pass: exI 1 .About dozen witnesses have been I tropical fruits at )Mobile t

i -tu lies of the grade summoned for the and the defendant I operating; a weekly .service. ], SHIPPING. 1 M. n. ) HateMade: to Travelinif .
-rage of not less I i city I 1 .- ,i Thos. C. Watson & Co.,

for will:l have a hard time getting I Irish the l.niiuuuue I..r.. i VtSSKLS IN PORT the leading Heal Estate Agenttake i iI"r
\ W''r- presented i I The lri-h 1 l.uuua.e is abuse all I I
: uthJ J .
i : TV to the principal out of the trouble. She is a frequent "TEA"-Hlh.. I 1 all the W1CTolI the shoulder- of the VIRGINIA COLLEGE
(is the lnuua'e; of loeri'ou may j,
..' final examination j visitor at the city jail: and bas: tint in french
x tunned under the : bid reputation.CLOTHING or diminutives of endearment Gulf Br Transit turbo hank 0 1MT, !-luklc ton, to Hulli :i renting of their house and the collection 4Jpen I'lfoiJt i k I l'_-_ On. tf the IcH,1inSehooU < .,'
in*'w pupil a very tor.UII" Ladin the Hiutb !
iilfil in not more tli'in I I -- -- -- but jou Will; never find anything: van Tuul city>er of CoIr Gloucester, JIL'., ; I of their rent* as conscientiously Nw Ilillldlllrf.. p.HMIS: al:Hi equtp111Nnt.Carupu .

:\1:1PXlUliu:1tion'i sooft.. so tweet: : so subtle, so Fad and Oult Transit Co I a= they would theU]-e1ve ', ten. ,,' r- HIId rrifiuotalo >rf."n'"- l
.. Kr rairntsk. lv i, Haviick, oSSLlo ry in \ ali -\ of \ it., famed fur hf ltu. huroptai j
AT reasouable.
t..nted: "in that study ) sometimes 10') rapturously etravaanta ; Br r'ore-t JI alr, Ja: >4. I'tntbani to W L Their charges ore very : and A lU"rCIU. >HI 1"fI. t ull coon :1
', i tared to make notius J > you win find in the Irish language. Witticb ,t CoIr I fon.rratorv 'U''ni gi: .n Art. 1\1 U'HC aDd J
i LESS THAN COSTUeginniiu' I Frteman. oll\f more, l'7rt! James, to utherlindInnfsL'o Klocnion.tudfiit',. irony tdiny ht.>i.tnlD -J
II I II For Clio UP" hi r. -KMAITlKP
': will be held ac11 I Kr Portogaiete, 2iJT. Roberts, to P..o..acola I Many perouin this community : HAKUlrt Hr- ld..nt.
.. kuanoko.COXCEKI .
wing schedule : I Lumber o t'a
Working film. are -suffering from kidney complaint
: "t" ".. I. Thursday I will otTer Br L'r*ula Hrlght. *1I4 Goode, to W rKfyser I
HOITouhs-Say.:: old man can you A ("onr 'who could avoid fatal result; by u+-
ide 'i. I for sale at 2UU South Palafoxtreet I I5.lIuO n'akl twenty 'j-I can get a the duly wllheimiaa,2Mo.Bone- r'r Jaliu ;'inz Cure. W. A. I AND DA\CF.1T .
Foley Kidney
ii'.tde 7.iir worth of Clothing. shoes. mehrryrr ;
( id.. s.o Men' Furnishings etc.. at just what 1 lar bill out of it? .HII'SRua i D'Alemberte. 121 :S.::; Palafox.I BLUFFrHl'ftD.1YNIGHT.

|b i'\ and lo.rovide they will bring. Greatest bargains Markley Sure: Here you are. Where i i ndymion.: 1 "'-:J, Pcllerstn. to Kaarfc, -- TB.I'AT ++. sW AND

:. themelvesil offered here.F. is your twenty? Uuuwody.tCo 9. LA-T TRAIN UETL'UXS: ; AT
: ever Nor. \ rl"g. if*. Bornsrn, to order will your watches and
and piper, and E. BRA\\'XER. 15orrouhs- Oh, you misunderstood i repair J. Ji H :.jIJ. TICKETS 23; CENTS, AT
UAKkSKus in flret-clasa style.
: ,<* r Mim formerly- I thouzLt had
me: you a twenty. An-tntlia.' s l2.! Fagerstonto order DEPOT.
," l'.k. iu the bl..1'' Nor .>. .. !. Han Stephens.
NAVAL STOltta MAUKKT.Daily Thanks: Ouo nve will do.-PhilaUelphia : \"I. 1110 r. Ufo ordi-r -- --- -
x o'clock. It Bice. tn '
i I Pre>5. hlicser..''Zl Jobnion. to order I KnttrM-p; for the
KE.. UKUIAM. j The News hj Crab nets and Ashing
I, ptlrtf'lt for SCHO'JSEK- 'rfi e 62x1 t pros -ver-olJ\ here.
Principal. Co. Am Villa \ Hcrmano, :rl. I
L'nion Naval Stores .\. Reply From Tennyion. Clark to master tackle to suit everybody, at O\I; Pryor.

I occasion it was publicly stat- ._ .
j KOSIS. On one
t >whll! own home -- -- -
H........ .... ills drawn his inspiration the Willis Hardware Co's. [ i
oI:f against/ lot of WW.. N-5 ed that Tennyson had N KITH KK the captain owner Sues \\lnnpv by my n
wiry. Nobody can |.i WG :iii 6.... ..... .... 11. from Horace and Keats, anda dft nor consignees of the Bntlb --- \I ) furniture

.:a 'tt.. rent day haa ..... .. ... 1 5., Y. ..- .1.$' correspondent wrote to ask him if s, Kotn lor"rtlflJ will tie rrEponible i OAF3TOR: :: your

:. I t'* easy to own I I.I.'i ... ... old E. .. ..... 1a were so. "N'o," be replied; "Hor ed by: tbe crew of said v<-!"'debts!. contract Bees the l:a Ltd A:,.3orjI; at Mars ton $ Otdna's
w i.vThos.. C. .._ .. _. ...... ; Ki I p ..... __ .. .... 1 SiI casters, but J. f:. CHAVDLKR, t. Great Furniture Empo-
and Keats were great .. : Br..atue
RatSttn &: Co. can toll you how .._ ..... ........ ...... 2 MI C* below ..... 115 ace W S. KeyeriCo Capta1DLonsignee : n ; .
I I masttrs. fl rium.
not ny
.1 I Iud "PH them. SPIRITS TUBPI5TIS1-41 .. -

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l;; l! nun STEAMSHIPS. i I AN{ ANCIENT EDICT ; In Girlhood :MARITIME CHARGES I Mercurg and POlash- tRCUSr 7 tt.

< I( is need of motherly watchfulness I .
fk There a great PORT OF PENSACOLA
and care A growing girl nee-s e'
. SAN OCEAN TRIP [OrieinaL all her strength, and if she is .nenous

r ury cf the laws of tnerJ x:vat tines ', and melancholy and loses appetite: thereii f! CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON t

it ( To ,\[W VOR! BOSTO -' tyre' ury curious. At Crtt cases wriv I surely something wrong. This roaches is esps- TOWAOE TAKIFIS-Free. or un- They hide its repulsive form, and this serpent .l:<-_1-

( AND ttLt- % IiM-i.ifd; ly combat, and it was a long; dully true as the young girl iq. Stupefied by these drugs lies dormant unt.l: i-: <.tl t ,
contracted for, vessel :
( EASTERN RESORTS \> while: -of ore the jury system camp IntoI tL nod=.tinaortantpe-o'i charge have worn off or treatment is diKontin-:e':, wL :: It
Round towage ( in and out and two breaks down the full:: of '
i I I ucishintntMTV : mask and becomes as l.t' .,- :
., t : >"'. la days \ was when the womanly
l. ,/I .. .. ,"," ..,'. ,'\(" dill red ort;ollati' t,> the 'rlllt' function is es A i ?tFt harbor move), .::5c. per ton. This i Mercury and Potash may dry up the sore? and cral;,ti. ,.;.

If" no (;:j'I.-.-\\-,,"...- -\ .\ J., lnr-is the H.i:1 of Kir.s Ktlward IV. tablished. Timely -, tine they drive the poison back into the blood and s\ -t. .
: rate applies whether vessels tows or .s
COMPANY: care and proper upon the tender tissues, membranes and nerves fiu..l\!
: ot'Yurkshir
>i i id I cf llrpLhd: a J um ;; girl .
treatment at this most disgusting and fii. -
not. h
:.. v *' > 1SO : wits v.Wff.l l-y two louril.e onen sores even destroying .'

Ilou.-i of Ocean BretteE i I young fi.rmir: of hI r own rank, th>- period much after my save suf- ,-- Vessels not free or contracted for : Mercury and Potash cannot accomplish a radical! ar :
WeeK f ) They have a palliative but not curative effect th.-1: i .
Sailings each i1, :: upon
other! the iroUIpite!: son of a wl'3ItlJI f.ring / .
I Inward Ballast IQe. ton ;
like disease. These mercurial Rhcu '
3 I dugs produce :,
Savannah GtMl \. I nicrchai.t. UoU-rt lur:;i-ifitld, tie The best C1e i- ( .
fror : loaded. in har teeth 1 corrode the membranes of the stomach and h'tnation .
: I Tl -. T I farmer: Led tUi riii.iial! t,!ace inMarjory's.iaeetluns cine for young 15e. per ton ; moving an <
.I- I 1 1 and and .
who dyspepsia, nervousness general derange"
but Turn IMekrtts, girls are :
', I ;$c. per ton. .
.t .I f melancholy S. S. S. is Dl.Tod .
t I heir nervous, ; a Specific Contagious Poison: ;'
: : reLaLt'b to great
: the sun, Uinj / -
.. I",, and irregular :;rec Y City to and from Q Qnarantiue: for
.. : r wealth a rival to be ,. : the peculiar that spreads so quickly thr,,i._
,. prospcetive was
\ '. J I dread d. Ilickctts was a great rascal of appetite, per ton ; to and from White Point, corrupting the blood and infecting (,'crT organ and fib:!.' '.
is Dr. Pierce's :
10M R..ia RI-t J.' iYYI M' 5 Mrr. : :t1--. ..
S. S. S. the
11 ...Y. t., Iou. TIJ \I and at lint peter inlinded to marry Prescrip- 4e. per ton.Schooners. destroys sere .:

Ii"' I' I./". .I."' :'' ,.,', .. rp, ,,.f.'..'..,.1',,'a I'Ida.. I the girl: but .M.irjory was will able :, lion. It cureslIer'ousness. 'R'f4' i every atom of poison from t'e
.... \< p : Round-Li ht, or
., "'" .1. ", .:' '. f to take ere of Lrrrelt, and the! jouns':, diz- thorough and rdialeureuf ti.' '.

"'} 1':" I !;1'IJlcrat'l'001l discos:' that he ziness and melancholy :. ;,? y loaded one way, lie. per ton ; loaded same time bxiiliis up fie g ir ,; ,

-.-- I j eouM only Late Lir. if Jit all uftrr a promotes ''' contains no mineral of .11. k-"
both 2rtc. '
and )/' ways, per ton. .
li-dur.iate; eddiiis ('I'IHl1Uns soonas the appetite, vegetahi' remedy and we ofitr f 1,000 f.r purf t'> te i '
G.:\.:I\I. na\clI:'l.I ; ""
Le came unto this condition Mar- gives the body )' (SteamerMoving! in harbor, 523: \Vrte us about your case and our phy-i-1:-. \J'; :

F'" 11.)wit!:_ i* tilt *c'ia Jule! nf toe pry, f{)!'&iuly: in order to tantalize robust is no heath.There alcohol -. each to ; employed ; as;i-tin? over i without cLujge. Our home treatment I,.,. 'k wt-' -

t overnnieltt-teamerIJea 'rbl French Lai declared that frle intended, after in "FavoritePrescription IIl/fl } : dtstrrit. THE SWIFT SPtCiFiC Cr.'Ilrllh ;
4 bar $ioI>0 each tug employed.
wLich THE NEWS punts for tl.ebtiifflt all:, tJ wi-d !:oU>rt l'angiTfield.Itiekt and + -
of t.-e: uiercuut= wiio *hip H'EI"'RICHWE5 DiKallat -_
Its by this time was madly la it is entirelv free Rubber
their o"dto the vinou-i, I'ulfo'Kjj ne'urp: make; the' liosf' r
; aiuijposts love and ready to comruit crime from opi J", cocaine kai -
any charging: 25c. ; guano,"d kidney* !50110(1n! tLpv111'
: the One dark ni 'ht Lest" i and all j the 1 Willis Hard ,
tj train nirl.
; plimaf' the poison* (rim the hl"d.W. .
Leaves iVcsacola .. .., .. ._ .. T."" 'ia.m. other n\rroti";. nit, salt, etc., 40i ; same in b'l;?;;, 30e ;
Leaves arra.:.-"s,. .., i..-I a. til. !... a sheep from cue of Us! fatlll'r'sI I'My J,,,: rhtcr wa mn'ilcil with d:77ne'i.. and | A.1)'Alembette,121 I t-:. Palaf-x. : I Kuon: Out -
Leaves Piciri.- .. .. .... -:")a. m. his : ; R. R. rails 35c." :Load-
tenamcarried it to the i'')Hapot constipation and i w.- -\ II''-% jiSir fi cjears. pyrite.2.Se.; I t'1rwa oUt.v, .
..... j IJ c I.
IlOSV"S Karranca M'.oa.
m. :I ." writ.SIr, M irter : thit'titN !
c ; J
Leaves Peii-iti-nU: .. _.lO.."> a. n. !I lira I und tethered it to the doorpost W \\a-imtfton, U >.' "I tntjv' iuc-! lUg: Timber, W3.! : per 1)0 cu. It. ; lumber. -
Arrives Bnrrun11.1U a, m. and then I Robert awoke in the morning and was tor but thc\ give her no relief .M ti'nhe i Pocket cutler and scisI i\ You will have ;1'1',1. w

turaito makes H to Fort MoUe' and ibt-u re- I astonished to did the sbin-ji, which would eat nothmz, preen and f u pig oirvlc-s 70 to !)JO<:. per I,0u0; lumber and Sons from the finest to the': fin K-er arden- if t .
under her and was melancholy A woman
eyes Youa .
lttl\\ ltrr"ha. .. 1I..p.m.' with the simple faith of that day, he fiend of mill toM me to trv your Favorite timber, on deck 75 to 4oc. per cu. ft. ; I I at the Willis! own < '
Leaves l'lck- .. I.:. p. in.tvnacoi I'reicn;> m'alld Hca,ant Pellets which I did. I cheapest home, and he i I' ;
Laves .i .. .... ill ip. in.Leavet'vk"nc considered a sift sent him from After taking one bottle of ca-h the hecan to im-- ,stowing and trimming bulk g-railJ.1 I Hardware Co. fiouffh: he may t ..
...... .
:!Sp mArrive lw.1\"I'n. Tom Kickttts toM the owner >rove and i> till imprcn'intf I'trofile grid! shexikrtl'i 'i:.w 1 p m. and ai\tfstr.p that he bad seen his animal ia ], a>.though ,,he were going into a iledine $Ltto per 1,1100 bu. ; sacking grain, per ; tverywoman want- .
to 1lcI'-tst rt-tutn. POSSl'S- She i> twelve year" old There are IK circlis own, and if -he will : i. "
On Wedu"-iay aj>iJ :-, iturd:jy" the fcion of ItancerCeld.: The young farmer around here now' and she healthy and bu.. *4c.; sick hire, 3c. ; stowing; i Thus. C. Watson & Co
brut 1t Io ivfliarni'Ci \'u-l'lck- into Aunt, tats a- much a> any child, aua is grow. I M i r. !I
w <\- : wa nrrv-ted and thrown prison
ing titter e\fry day sack grain 3Jc.: ; cotton, crewed, leading Real E.:.,:' .'
et for Pf.. :ic.ila: at 'i\O (p. in. oa a 1'11:1'of seep foteoolU_. Then Dr. 1'ierce's Pellets the bowels. The uudersignedtakethi-method can tow her I'uw ,
Tile GdUirat French, it"r army Uiikett.rode to the home ot Marjory I' regulate: 'o-jc.: ; per bale; loose, hand )f otltrin: her trvica. a I ,tone

owl,\' and illJ ,)1Jt-l parpoitu to ti'll' her the Ltws; I ate.) bale round bale 15c.
pet ; ; ,
have a pafintii the quartermaster ins had & year t.'x'Hieuc": .
o take parsaj-'t-; her. "'1LSUgerfeld Las tarp !sheep z.tcaling.; SHIP WAS ICEBOUND.For i oil ike-'We. ; phosphate rock, ;Juc. Can give bet of refcreLces: fromleading Buy a new gar p1
lit Is Li i,ri-ion and will be tried and I of thi

Lant'tiL I>o not w ante non fml'; Margery Twenty-Two Days Bark Silicon and 5c. extra for leveling;, staves : physicians MRS. M. OIDDENS city from the 11 illi.v // ,/ 'rs

STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE lu listening: to Len of low do- Was Held. !' and general cargoe5Oc.. ; cotton- j i Jltf 114 south DeVilhers St. I Company.
; gn-e. t'tt the tluj for our wtiMinsVe -
Philadelphia.. Sept. 1.-The : 'seed meal bones bran dour
\ will travel and i-ei foreign! lands, grain ,

Ufturrn Trr-ai ola ai tl Miliun-ltn.itKIII. i and when we n turn 1 will build a castle I ark Silicon.; Captain Jensen ?uzar, and like general cargoes in''I OR. MOFFETT'S Cares diulsrH-far!
i ,!
has come Into port from the coast of .
:-> D.i\ l'xcoi: Sunday.'CITY f(.r you to live in. d' { ,
bags, 3oc. rosin 'Me. iron 1 1 u
i 1 Greenland, after a thrilling! experience ; ; pig; i!
cotsMarjory was no foul Slit I the Bov>ci tn .,
: OF TAMPA. knew that Kicketts was iu earnest II while navigating through the Ice packs !. dumped, 23c.: ; trimmed and stowed, i it Children Ar i;.

Lv M.l'fin tim l.v: atracola.IIpmsr I but the dstru-ted: Lin. Furthirniorc? which obstructed the entrance to the I 4
FfU-HonlH.. .. am Ar )Milton G.iiopaiJarr I the lad a w 11! ot her own and Usually I Astrnk Fjord. I Aps CCTHING.POWDCRS the Bov ti u- i

'."C; Hound trip.Si:\01. took the opposite from sheer obbtiuacy. For :2! day she was Jammed in the I i Hunker coals may be had, trimmed I. + Costs Ooly 25 cents at Urnggists, the Child MiTEETHM. -

!: ice. surrounded on all sides by bergs under chutes or at R. R. wharve. ; : .
I Or mail ia rmU to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST LOUIS MO
'Iwrll' and l.tick. "won't harry '(lu. Tom Uk! Letts." which seemed as though they were fcrS-JOOper short ton ; alongside in HFlfk )PD FI HARMr in S' \ TI I
she! said "if you build twenty castles.1'j.1I ready to topple 0\er and crush the i t het. f..,. lOr. M. .",,Itt TEKTHIN I MI .1 u if.
In piiuli::.:g ( ::i tiiinj! i I" certain and [ s-tream, 23c.; extra ; trimmed ill J" ,* 1. ,i 1 i. 1..j ar it n
au going to marry Kobert hanger-: ; craft i Ti.fcTHIS. :a tl *, L it 1 -
that N Ih sere, loran p.r:-.ilage! in .
t' .I 11 : I
fit Id." A passage was finally opened i i stream, oOc. extra. } r. -11, .. ,.. r. _
favor of the littiik or the siuiiCi- I I.I.I I" .rru "I, L' Ii;' II.I Ivat jl"
"You mean If Robert Is not liangcd.: thr.mirli which the Silicon forced her tad ; wag I'.... C. '
t1. Pour CH\RIoEs-Wharfl.'fo. sail!.
pne j is c > law! of chance :
.. urn *'1 will marry him whether Le isl.angetl way into harbor.
the r ,-t::!'> :trt''I .j" l.cuifnl as they I'I'tIwr"II'1 or not." II The horn ward voyage was a dangerous I 3-ld of lc., steam, ;sc. per ton PIT 'Ii "

O""e .'j!."' ,"!'. 1' .. .':1.1. of .1 iliii M' i I and :isk Hi Hut what she could do tosave !I ) was imprisoned in nestm
riei't.. 1: i I' '!y fr-n Ua.shiiigttmwir1 the packs I harbor fees, lc. per ton ; ;c. per ton ..fin
him. Ikr hirer limit her
go too, of ice, enveloped by dense fo .
a On
Hi ikl;:". 1. r; MI tinwimnnia; ?
,I'.leel-stun a iambus lawyer of that for steamers calling for bunker-: : 'fi" I .
of the '":' '."''.- in S.ii.itojn. aiming |. reaching Cape Desolation which lies I and secure the rest delicious 0 "

trhnm v.- ; "l'thHI! ) ntti'-lie of the name and ask him If be could suggest; 1 40 miles south of the entrance to the quarantine, none. of beer -cfc produced in AmcruHe ,
any \\:1)' out of tlie dilfleulty. F.lerk1 ..r >
J-'rciu-li e.: ".'. -t'-s the I'.nwkl.vnEasle. Astnik Fjord, the weather moderated. I PIMII-AI.E TAitms-Per foot of
laiuiharizod )t.lU1> lt with '
I stun > the case,
\Vr.gut n mark this; atlaehesmldcnly Clear water was then peon for the
then questioned Marjory. : draft, up ID and including feet of ;, j1 drinks bcstvfio drinfoMtfi
first time sine
HIM ou'errd the jiIa room leaving Ivlgut, and the
"You say that you line the accused? i !! draft six feet $_ nine feet *,i ,
.. ,
and, g""' : t. a roulette! table tusked voyage was oontirued.ConM ; ; ""

n hundred! ':IIIar hill ou ten lil.i'-k.: te"1 MI,10.11,1 id.." j thirteen and a half feet, H ; nineteen p-1r i, ; All Pabst Beer is! brewed from n specialsronlt. : : .

The dealer }>.. itt:%. informe bim that ".\ will marry LIra if Le is ac JI" If.r'l \lIt Help 11P r. and a half feet, $:j; twenty feet and ['.J malted: iilt'lccfjrdolnce t. nh the >'st Cod > I Ii

In bad .-\eti-iitii! the! limit. Tile at- quitltiIY'I; i j "I had kidney trouble for year*," over, ?>. Each harbor movement.S5 i: t I Our hop are the bo-it that monejca" ; ', i iP.

taehp wus hoist j nt. Mnrris.ey: sauntering I write Mr. Riytnoud Conner of 11 isyY I
to nr..a.I
1ulIlllf be b banged. i i ; city quarantine or ; ..\[ ST BFiEU'lNG CO.
up, i.'M'.vicd to the dealer Io let : Shelton. \Vah.: "and the doctors .
\\'Jte1arl1'! him in prison on the $10; steamers calling fur bunkers _
it go. It \ in. Ut fusing tn aei-ept could net help me. I tried FoleyVKidney !
eve of e'vt-eutiouV" !! in and out, $2. '5 font of :i
chips the mah git-re! l in Ins winuiopi Cure, and the very first dosesave pay per
and r.->.:nril Iris friond-i. ilolfmi "I will" marry hIm at tile foct of the I me relief and 1 am now cured.I I!( draft. -AI.:O--

gallows. I cannot: too much for Foley's I .
say -- -
hour Lit- ILt'! did tile I
stint thing The lawyer badher go and tell therisouer Kidney Cure W. A. D'Alemberte, r.t-uaro of the IUlifr.I FINE ETC
and was :,-;..:! -ra-essful. At fmiuontintenMls i'alafox. WINES LIQUORS
(' that tlu-n w.-is 11"1'| for him. 1J1 :S.
!he n-inati'd Ins trips. ii\aria- i I No profe inn has advanced more ,
I but that his esrajm from dfath, if at 'I''I'I '
witiniiv. until he rapidly of late than surgery, but it
My IH \t-r enii- losing: I all. would! be by a hairs bnadth.Iianirerfitld A fhooolnte Drink '
: d won F'7 ". .', \\ hen his friends cared should not be used except where absolutely -
was tried, but the lawyer CIJOI'ohJtt'111'11 tr'fullS' made and ,: uecesary. In casts of piles S. A. FRIEDMAN

; him het! remail t"
imrissej n evidence against him was NJ trotl;:. I, SOUH' Put title ounce of UnSWlftPlH'll Witch Hazelah' cimi r o. noxilK.. 11:1.1:1'11I ,. ..

friend "I take the" limit off that the pheop Laving l-ifii found Uthered i i cluii-olati' into si aui.vimn allot pour on I pui-kly i and permanently. l' tieqiulled -

the bank doesn't lose. Nevertheless to his door, that be was iTonouncidtalty it gradually one pint of hailing water for cuts burns brui-e-.

there profit un the night's play' and sentpr.einl to lie hanged.I I stirriu; all the time. that the saute- wounds km diseases. \cc"rt in*

for the gnu:.. IT4 oToivd to deride the matter hy !I; pull on the tire and stir unTil the oliwolato counterfeit"I wa so tionblea! ICE AND WDOD.WE

I with Hiekotts, whom be siisjHttetl I i[ is all di!>>n\iHl! : then add a pint with bleeding piles that I lost mul''. .
Take Caw ot the >uiiji-h : blood and strength," ;;ayJ.. C. Pini-
j ot
of toving brought the I ;;ralluluh'dliulr and stir until It In-
lips, Paris, III. "DeWitt's! EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH; LflUEr. I.
uha-e dietion him but Uiekttts declinedou pins to bull. Cook fur three
The man fir woman *- upon 'I iiiinuteilonger : : Hazel Salve cured me in abort .
i is pt-rlrct and W h" .oIt4Jl11t: ( h the ground that he was not the I' without stirrint; then strain time." I"I)0tlH'and heal-. Hargi-' THIS I' DJEH THAN EYJJ EK IF

perform It-. "\>ry function is never I owner cf the sheep. and cool. Add one tabieslnfsl of Pharmacy, John :'hf'Pl'lrdidlt'}'

sick. Koj.'l iltttu.--<, ;purities. I The day of the 1''I'utionlS a holif1 !I \''t., bottle and store in a Kahn. END US YOUR ORDERS NCW

'-w*'eteusthe-lmnxetrand care pi>*- 1) as all 6tl'hliJs were at that time, i 1 oool plate.Vtwn needed put two t.v

itiVdly prmaui'iHly all vcouiucii I ti"usi Iuigfrlii-ld'" nei_hi'ors wire bU"-jH"'nt \ls of cru-L ice In a Cum There's lot of money te m.lde', Thompson Olsen ct' Co.
trlsubles.idl.e-timi IUd ('y""p;ra In real etate-Iot' of it. A real e-- ,
he much > bier, add
pltnayl: in grief for was n i two talJlt'-l'lIlInfus! of the
It H the woiilnrJul rcuultrUctl'l'it"IJlt' j tate sign; i* usually a to !i
that H.akl.l sii-k .p.'dul jiniong theta.nd they did not j j chocolate *.rup. three tabltspooufuls ufi
i- : many weilth. Thos. C. Watson & Jlfanresa Street Tele/hone J .
people Ht11Hid weli people .tr..1I1.l'bv 'l ,,ee wr.y be would; hate stolen one ;i walppttl cream one <:J1 of milk and Co.. the leading heal Estate arm I --.. '

couveyinsi to it,*-ir ba.lti.. .ill of ':!l.'f'yt1.1'11 Le was the Possessor of half 11 gill of carbonic or uiKillinmwater. -< have some offer* which it would ,

the! n uri-! :n 'iit in the i.a'J trey I INt. M'U'i-1: bcndntL Marjory went with ; Stir thoroughly before drinking.Avoi.1.eriouareultof be worth your while consider. O"ir.d

Hev. J. H. Hot. of HolU-1 t f lour: to the g:allows. uud, seeing Tom --- ethtm to-day, and don't wait'! WICI< E & co.

day. Mi"., write*: I Koiiol !has cared: Hickotts j hy the way among the looker kidney: or till to-morrow. .

m;. 1 coii-i'l r it the best leiiieJy Iever him"I of dofant* Madder di-order Foley'-
<.n. she ir.ivo c by taViLig -
well i 'r dy'pep-i.i atiJ ).-* I wa-givtu n,) hy pliy-i- i 121 .- '..1lafox.I .
; ,
she Glance tht few which will sell
ciaus K.idol l saved tuy lif-. ofe-utioii ; cast a over --- -- left we ,

it after ine'il: I". Harris' 1'h lake I :11'1"1111.1'11 multitude and was aston I i" :,.. at cost. Marston $ Qaina.I .

John Shvpi'.trd SiJney i K ihu. !ht'l to MH. iiniiig; them the lawyer "I su;'[iove." said the supercilious: ; No. & South Palafox Street
I m..I.ootull. (I I j stranger in town ")'our city has bad -, --- -- ---- All KInds o; Plarnbiaa; and Was Fitting Materials K6, t1t dI,1.wMoNI.

When all was ready and the :j its and downs "\: ; mart '. H"\f1OLA. wlae
cp !
Otd' 10. Triiiu .arid Ihlt' notwithstanding;: its ......
I was alvut to adjust; the noose I I
A ter:.: :1 .'. .h!; :::'11' uix teeelUlga j present irosptrlty.: :
visit: in1 1 L. Marjory cried out: I "Yep." replied the resident cnecrful- I i '
i i ;.OKI g tieu'hticr! It.ilph. I *
"I claim this man in marriase.: ly; "till: pot 'em-streets torn
with his nl:-:.l'. K-tlph ulslii-hn\!. being I .A. Avery
There the silence nf
ari'l the nnr<> "llIlll"ht..1 him alt<-r was furprise u;< and old buildinjrs kins torn down. I .
among the fitators, then further astoni.hianit I -Cincinnati
Commercial Tribune.Unman I
tbo manner of h-'r kind.! -11w dog: will
when I'.lt-ckstuii: arose from ( WO'JLFOI
bite you." she .:lid, and 1.11,11! began
his scat and 1'\itlin a budoioe: !
to cry. Elsie l okc>d Oil, troul'U'd. She Dosera.A.loser !
,\11.1 I t!aIm him as a free man. {
ancient Rome would .
havelau'r.. was I no dos in the LI>UM>. '" t l
\\lio are }011 lI" the slu-nff. '
but fobe"as a little afraid to combat I ;:hcd contemptuously at the suggestion ,
I "I am J-. r.Utkstun. I d HARDWARE.
this strange nur .e'i assertkm. T.utsaw t that he should u"e gooses I in '
I There was a hum iu the a'-seniLly, !his
&b a way nut of her for all knew of the wonderful legal
Iu't I':\tfi,'." .be s.iid reps. more effective it was the! cus I .
wisdom of tee renowned I'levkstun. Nails Axe, rjhovtl Haw Mill and Htr
Iron ,
uringly; "wait till the dodd coues," i tom to hold in each Laud a heavy ball >
which was the! wisdom (Solomon and 'Oa what ground do you claim theprisoners' of mttal. With his fist thus weightedueurly 1 applies Cookin? and Heating tove8. Pain '
Window Glass, Gun, PistoU and Fi-hinjf T d.' a
t'v tryblo liroucht blood.
Sliakosjieare eouibine out of tht'l t *._._ _.f.. __ ,
month of a tl.ive.iearold.Yhat. au 'Tndtr an edict of his most -- Agate and Tinware and Ilouscriirnisliiir tr0otl( ,

amount of "t'I'I'in.'ouhl1.... l'lil.bhl'tl |I King: Edward Iwbil.b cons- ;I II I '- 1I

from the world ifrjUMly would !,j mauds that a Len a man is to lie exec c8 I A Quick Breakfast t tI I t'AGENH FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL cod

"wait till the doddle: l'OIlH.'S' More j I cutod for crime if any woman shall dociaud Revere Giant stitched Belting, Northampton E:

he his .i irs him in marriage ho shall boppared This ignatore U on every box cf the ga.nU1I6 I Wheel Co., Laftm & Ran Powder Co., Johnson Keomine
begun twirNew York Times is always when
.. ,. ,, and given to the woman." Laxative Bromo-QuinlneTablets possible a cook ha? Iron King and Buck Stoves and HatJ1pW

I The sheriff had too great respect tort the remedy Out CUK a eoi, In one day '' Gas: at her fingers' ends.A I Coups &; Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather Ma- .

learned councilors knowledge of i Made Railroad Colors.
match, a light-es?? in three
law to act counter to his opinion, and Masonic Temple. f? Pensacola, Fl .
CASTOR minute- Chops or steak in ten and
the friends of Dangers set up a cry. I ,

". .\ there
\ marriage
I marriage you are.
Far lafaats and Children

'nl,iu'J is ('nrtry berg!; cf tbe jt'nJe 1! The priest who had administered ab- No smoke, no smell, no a?he=. W. B. WRIGHT GOfDP( NY?II
,Laxative Sromc.QuinineTaretathe :. FOluCon tc the prisoner then performed The Kind You Hare Always Bongs

itut 1 tie wedding: ceremony, and the bride Better use Gas don't you think? t
nueJy core a cold in one Oaj- I 'ti
I and groom walked away, followed by Bears thaWater i Others do, why not you? Want to + MANUFACTURERS ANDDE*'.ER "

Jlarston' Quina have the acclamations of those who. havlcg t
$ C aat>ua of; know more about Gas? We'll tell
come to see an execution, bad looked LATHS
some very nice Dressers and upon a wedding. _.. - you gladly 4'9 LUMBER,

Wash Stands very cheap. l'root'as afterward adduced that coolers that do :
not 1 ,
Just the thing to go with Ricketts Lad stolen tie sheep, and te waste ice at the Willis Pen acola Gas Co SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES..Klin.rrJ
I I'I was hanger] for tie crime.I .
Iron Beds. Ii Hardware Co.'s. ,I ACOLA FLA
.4. and 27 E.
i!I .25, Garden St., Pcniaccla, Fla. ,


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-. ,
CATARRH The Solid Hoofed Hog.'

There are some solid hoofed hogs In t \

for ELY'S H JI..B.OcjOHEM1JlN the worlJ, but they are few and far .

13CHHTRIAL C R M BALM I between Darwin Las a great deal to

SIZE COIL.rARkRESMC say about such pity in his "Oridn of r

,r <. +D \"KING.OFALL BOTTLED BEER6VSOLD ': Species," as there were only three in'

; : rEEVER England at the time be wrote this

I'K; I The solid hoofed ho? is not a freakof

5. I nature, as many suppose, but a gen- '

9 CACHED GOLD FOUND. GIVEN HIS WALKING PAPERS. cine case of reversion to a primitive ,
_J__ or ancestral type. It seems that unlike for Infants and

. J'A COLD 'N' HEAD After 40 years Miner Regain. Buried Insulter of Hello Girl Must Leave Me- modern the horse prehistoric which ancestor has four toes of the or The Kind You Have Always JSoujjht; has borne the sijnaturo -

Y fat "IZ4 l'le! at IHu2gl..t Marysville Cal..
Sept. 1.-Forty Pa., Sept. Profanity I animal all members of the swine family I eronnl Miperri,iou for over 50 years. Allow no 41110
ELY BWiTHKKH: : I years ao J. H. \If'In-man an Ohioa,
Warren >tra-t Nrw York. buried beneath the floor of overthe telephone will cot be: permit. are descended, had a solid !hoof to deceive soft ia this. Counterfeits, Imitation- and

his mining ted in this c-.ty. The "hello" girls and in the course of ages, as the old "Ju..t"a*-so d" are hut vperiments, and rndanser the

cabin in I'lumas county 2,000 In gold must be treated with the respect their parent form died out and the modern health of Children-Experience against Experiment.

PARKER'S I nuggets an-d this week he unearthed I positions command and woe be unto wild boer domestic hog, peccary etc.,

HAIR BALSAM.. his clad a to find his stored wealth the offender against the good form as were evolved this solid hoof became The Kind You Have Always Bought
CeauM..u4 kauu. the hair.I'roiiuin
just he
as left
Imur.rt growth.NeTtr it In 1860. I prescribed' by the courts and good society through what Darwin calls "a apta.

liar to Fi in!. to Youthful Kertor C"lor.I Gras 'I In that year 'I1t-m'man, who had I tion" and "natural selection" dividedup 1 Bears the Signature of
ta ,......
'i t'unSrn.PG}l '"'it
- i San Francisco I and putting In his history of Allegheny county a man hogs are cloven hoofed. Occasionally,

l Mocietj, Attention. I! belt what gold he thought he would! has been arrested and fined for using however, a hog is horn with the old

will be a regular meeting of I need, buried the balance. A say life Improper language over the telephone.Bert original solid hoof of the primitive ho;

..tool i Medical Society at at the bay soon broke him and while C. Jackson a former member o{ ancestor thus demonstrating! the tendency

r.. irct -if Health off ce it t befuddled with drink he was "shan- Le Rankin police department was in all animals to revert now and

,I" u* C.. Tue-<11j. :-'ppt. 9 and ::t haled." He was finally landed at fined $10 because he was insulting to then to the parent form. I In Use For Over'30 Years. '

.' :v-'iciar.s! are cordially New York. Misfortune! followed: mu. Miss '
\ ; Mary Buckley the central office Jam me 'UlinK. +xr tr+.e'.. t".T TY MU..IV a y.rT .rw.".. t...

;.T .4::' 1:1.: fortunate and it was only recently that operator.She "I don't know what to use to raise I B\.kl ',; _'< __; T "".'
vV. C. DEWBKKY --=-
DK. h* had money enough to return to paid little heed to what Jackson my bread," said the young; wife l.etuI I
r'. itI.-' KF.R. ldent. California. i salt: then Superintendent Souti- lantly. "I've tried everything." I THE GARDEN SECTION

L S Pcrt tary. During the intervening! years the ers and Burgess Bishoff were -"switch "Judging by the samples! I have
thought of his hurled treasure never ed in;" they brand and acted. .Jat.;. seen" suggested: her Inhuman tea- o-O F-o ,

left him and it was with trembling! son was arrests, tried fined and admonished band, "I should think a couple of Jackscrews .

1 I l'I't wish the very best ;\ hands the old pioneer! grasped a spaJi to leave the city. H* is or a derrick ought to do it." P'ensstcola Florida.

: .tln freezer at tlle L'ery i iI to dig! for gold on the spot where he married and has a family. And he wondered why he pot a cold ,
-- -
figured his cabin once stood. Providence supper that night-Portland Orego-i
' tricc the Willismare
Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
fa\orpd him after man. |
many efforts Ii
] Decrease In Texas Cctton.r.aln.ton. m .
Go. please ------ -
can i
. yesterday! Merryman cam* down
Tvx.. :Sopt.: 1 -The Oilvpjton -
Meddle once signified' "to concern |
from the! mountains to take a train Beautiful Lots for Sale.
d' I Dally News today publishes!'nt \ oneself with." It is so used iu the j
for San Francisco.! He will return I
sr wlr. that the Texas Scriptures, where the expression oo- !'

east. i, crop of cotton frr t!>. year 1I-O. cur,., "Meddle with your own \business. 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord
vGOLA: Y=@
which noses: with this date Is 2.207o'i ,- ." I ing to location and surroundings.

I.arm' C'Aiiiint InI'imil I : ; hat-s! r/n pnrt l with the Texas! ___._______ I II I -

r-: and Corn ;Meal Kills by local: application-- they cannot i j crop t% l
i iy reach the tli-ea-.ed I portion of theI! Indian tel J Oltkt?.in>a territori f'r19'nr Through! the Blood-Costs! Nothingto
t; GO ZhEZ; & CO. Prop IIigh Dry Fertile Lands.
ear. There i-only one way to cure : Is !,31..(T10 his-s. an 1nr*>ae of j .
M \!1utacCeraf. deaftio811(1 that U by con-titu- :::08.0t7! comparal with: last year s R. H. R. (Botanic Blond Halm; is I j -- -- --- -- ---

., ," "J"\L.-\\ilpnaGIODH: ti'Uial remedies.! Drafnt's-1-catiPtl': crop now recognized a-* a certain :and -ure i I The grandest opportunity for investment ever
blUllltIlll..d (condition the muunus -
STOCK FF.Kl lining of the Ku>taehian'l'ubt cure for Kczem, Itchin.! !bkin.: Humors offered in Pensacola.

.. tionir.; ... hould Industry b';your, tor:Mel there and ti C j When tii-i! tube !Nintiumed you have Fire .t a Oliver Mine. :Scab:, scaleVaiery Hliter *-

. in 'h- Hdm.Mftnalactnr.>r rumblingound; urinipPrIccthcar- rntte. Mor.t_. 5V-pt. 1.hoiFtln .- C'Iltirn ;-, Pimple*. Aching B..m'* ,>' Home Seekers Should Sec These Lots
'. it. you "icoiirBifo borne Induf-i i ian'rlPy inur. and when it N entirely' cloedItfnct ,
station and Carbuncles, 1'rickliu '
. I" lift In the comniaaltj plant pumping joint. ISoils ,; j
the reult and unle-w I
I urn iifiIndirectly beuefltca -> !'hafhlU of tl Alice CoisolidatM l':1111In the Skin, Old Eatinv: more .A. 'TnClubbSCorner )
tar homtraanutaeturtT yon intiainniitti"HI can be taken out !
'n :'i" CRUof Ubor. Yoa OWf aiitl tin- tube r<.,tored to iN normal 1 Soil and Sfrr T !IMtiias cnrrrpany WRSdestroyed Ulcer, etc. Botanic Blond B.1Im' .
>Humanity which yon llvd aida by fr! Nay.! The los is
.':ihut..storodrwPDOrtaOFESSIONiL | cuisditioti. hearing; will be de.trovt.d I i taken internally, cures the wont and i imot Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
fiievr; nine ea-e* niitof t'n ..1'1' f'ftimat,1\t at fOOO.000.In deep-seated; ca"es by enrich ill\!. '

caused by catarrh which in.Ithirl .- -. ''''''' 1. purifying and vitalizing the blond,

CARDS.W. ; but an mllaniM condition of the j -- I thereby giving a healthy blood up- < F. C, BRENT. WM. H KNOWLKS. W. K. HYER. JR., J. H. KK.rKF.Presidrtit.

-----...... --.. ,,- --- I nuicoiinrface-. In .Airri II hI n.-. ply to the skin. Botanic Blood Balm I Vice Prt'lildt&t. etiliier. Abi'i Catbier

\\'t' will i.-ive One Hundred IV-lLirs It is a notcw.uthy f.ict in AmericanLi I is the only cure. to stay cured for

C. ROWE, M. D. I for any cave uf Ieifue.caaed by |I ':;to. that of tilt' four nieinU-rs t"U'ithiiurUni's there awful, annoying kin troubl*. 1
catarrh ) that cannot be cured hy'!' Other remedies imy relieve, but B.
'dire: 17 S S. 1'alAfox 1 : rfitinn Knox of Masacliu : -
Hall'-Catarrh Cure. Send for cir- heals First National Bank
> B. B. actually cure, every j
'. : a.UlN8a1tdIpm +..'rr>-. the' otty1'W: KnulandiT.;
i !I cul.trfree.; sure, and )Ives the rich glow of
.. k I F. J. CIIKXKY; iE ('u Toledo, O. I :a'h-Iri.*!tmHI\ .U,'xunder ll.inultou health to the skin. Build up the: j I,

Phono G 5.PJS'JS'K II Sold by Dru-bt.:: The.Foley's of Newt,rti wR..> a S">tcbl'retifhniiin broken-down body and make the

_ Tlxiiikki Jt'lTiTworivis of \\'.'!>.hdtw blood red and nourishing. Bpecialadvied or PENSACOLA. FLA.

Honey and Tar I . .:x-: ;;'- .I
tLiini 'l his tIle doctor medicinee and hot'>
> :uihtiR; all -stois pateui Dim XIOTQ YS tai i
\ \ '! FOR I No opiates Smtcli trans .prir.gfail to cure. Dru:. i-t*, $l.i,
I .r f Murniy. New York; ;:
f HYEft.
N. R. Jb
also funii..t..1 ttint! chief Justhv of To prove B. B. 1t. cure. ampl ent j
"satin .1.11110 Lp. II I D. G. BURST.
THE PEOPLE free and prepaid by writing: Blood ;
the i'i tqi RILk Jiilin ..lay.ln. wasa I
I >I I-.-t oi the :'.'['''al fortum-i of Illn I Balm Co., Atlanta Ja.: Describe
d'! n.luit of Ihin li Iftru.uut
*+ ,
us:. in rlw leu.lof thh.tlrtr.! and trouble, and free medical adviceent {

-I- toil a Cent, i tlll1u.trial !J'I.wll'thlof the while the Mt'unl chief justice, John in !sealed fetter.1Lr3TOIZ31l.. i rmi B &n l kiiis M a y1 E F2fsi l m lile

... -1 1 is Head t'uwi utmt.iitnl t.. t'w fact that 11:1-1 lnll..I'I'. WL rtdt-lrbh, awere -- -- --- f
I' al-., WIbui; irifl In'lell two of tin ;
r hl Iy.'I of rank luv o LitluTto held afrom .. '
c i'i'.,tjial :L"'I\khite ju'thi third, '
I : ; a
.... + tra'kUnttr tlpromptm..; of the 1a i Y ling ?: &'
: ; vv. : ms
;:: ; ; :J -
s I.a "'
lltr ass ..r :S",trli! (Ji1 iu. John! t1e t; \ draw oar O'TU Bill cf Ezchauge on Gnat Britain: Ir6Ja1;i
.. L \ I II 141'.a .). king t11t') are nx- U';:iMnin:. it is said' .
.-. --- ..,.. to \ f4 in ltLtriil entiTiMiOne :Marsha!! V. :"Tfit' chief justice, \\':i-. I'/t1zof Germany, Fra :cl-. Austria, Italy, HolLLi ripain. Belgian, Kassin. NCI
like JetTtT'U. of Scotch and \Veihle i,(
Sweden. Denmark and other Karorcsn: : :onntuPII.
:uproved raid fsnmounts of tt!.' tuwt-t ceim-nt pL-ut .. Olurh-s li. lamia's "CV-lt In
< 'nt.- ------ --- ---
> ; HI low w-f r1i (tc ts rovtrtlj IM.MI (."""- rt.'tt.l atKinvbiiu ENGLISH1
", 1..--in- t:. Itrook s. .\IIIHk Ioo" f'Volaeh: tj,>hU8b upon ;ho .FaToratls Torir: and tbsll
n falarux St., It.brr8mhu ,byjinTUMii e+tri'hrs anilniamrt'airurer --- "\- !t.h t I U ,, PILLCHicHEsreas -: Obligations Take: Parable n\ Pors ot ectiraHoL Ten or Kl/ter PA- r

>. and we MI- also pro- "" .:1",1. ..-1 Ofcly .:....1... after Vessel Arrives thera.JP9"Safoty .
Y h.\t t. It" or t t :' jtM
\nliiu!! : the m.hiu'r for a hI1-.'kruak.! Foley'g and Tar l..hS..i. ('1111 if U'Ih: '.. K.M.LIM1
'I I I'" you nfrt money'a'.y l..tlIo1ih.ut !i-h will have four -. \ 1..1 a t.I.1 .... ... ..,1 Deposit BoxfiR for Rent In Connection
amount you want iIg : w I ly adapted for chronic throat trouble -- .I' .- l..L,......h... H..I....
. n.; aid lo"ikt rates ti'i-. tinai h-ity i.i' the 1lr.t Atuer- : and will positively curt :' ."J::" :"O: Pn....,.....'.. ""...1..11.11.. .". u'd,. 1.- with whion. we hu.TB & Privn Apartment for tar Us*
real tin' a. "
Q niprovfd city 11.- 'iJ 'C<'.t "t J.nM
r .:.. r.u'1 outb i.-ui (Mal'lif-liHK-iit! of tlj! > kilnl. Tlu%>eIwfcs I i-, hoar-ene*? and all brflllchit-I: .,t.r ,> r 1*.IItrYI.K'I. ,...... Afiaifuljiljr of Rontors.WE .
Y'p !
ln-t nmy wrve as the f"iii.latk>n f"i- 'I pa-e: .. Refuse KuhtituteV.. -A.-J.r. urn* "KrIVf".IL IU.I r.I..di....r..IUK.UU Wtw'r,'.re,,.
A'I .. < hi. knur I kr...!...H ...
I II a ii"iv MI. TV initunvl wealth ofS''kJ I) Alembmc. li'l: : r.ilafox. "1..". .- i .1.41x..1'q..rn. rilll.A.. fn

I < ''-I''.ir.-HllltKOIIIo.your pr...prty,.pro.tY: I !' i., t.-r v ::matt. ant l aI!I that has | WILL'FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !

f..t!. buy or bell eras *"- l.tii l.irkiuc; to ter it t ''vli iiijM'nt i* the ,

i. 'tr.-t I\l1y'd..crlptiotl. have, di-ptii ii to "an*..' :\1)01 buiitL"Lingerl'u j ,'
nr your taxes attrrdfd to THE NEW GROCERY STORE. r WritIrwlaf.. ft r cnr Hr
ItI'rh..>. l''lIol.on kCo. r Q .. T'"' I ,,'.. fc .. III \li ill I rTtfiifr -
till IIl'llrflllCIflgllIt P''nnHI *- It.'h.' ... ,rrili n, 'lor'1 .,01 I II
-- TA A 11"" i l"tr ltd 11 ,
'oldDon't _ I I. I 1"V "I I I | ,' U'f
1'o..v..nOnf Summer ( C- :: oWILL .
'' a'"- m''rktfl : --F- L our ",.. \vKiwi rn.Ii, ._ ,
, lot front u_ V* will Iftsii monej I I ."a ..rt.. ,f h t.1 ..f -. 41'| i., iiau'"I -I'll- tlli.'V ....
t In huild A housf "il-tf let a cold run at thi- 'ei- .
,. ,
-- MOVERKeeps y&a rl I 'p"' hv,1M
Summer cold are the harde-t kind to .
I'.t" U..II' ct're and if neglected may linger',' \ .;;; ,;:'IUJItIiA, III fife'::: :; .I'I ..T,.;:, '.: ., ',l ..ntrr ". ,
1'.L 'aI i 1' i-!'r lriut 'L r.
.... H"lK" ; Tornlf I ll I tt. .. 't L0.1'lrrr Ulu.r net .n,I .
M! Apply at :i Ku-t: Ur.JTal -;*- thi- will pull down thetr'ttr4rt constitution. J w I
... I 1)q M t r ni' a hnuiiif i: y ill-" .1. i i -I /
: One Minute Cough Cure Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No (Ti. 1, ... l.nillM'i.i.rti .1 : tfltl
ART''t .. ,
I I Ir r.I IIpi..tI /'''' '' I '
I i' fir <.'.'U'-R ..n-rnom I will break up the attack at once j I iffl Tf1rt .. ', d wT at I. ratin It,"n. I r t 1 "' UlK
.' 1,1 !m>f and lu-Villlrrk. Sife, tire, acts at once. Cure : 30 W. Covernment St., Salisbury Block .. -, 11 ," '.. r i., 11\ .L,. .. I ."'''. .\.1.01....... K ,T.. I II .
n. '
rtraw Si
i ,r''' > (i hoU'r in good COn cough (cold, brouchitiall | I M' I I'i ..1' "'.
1. i
in.i.t' by Wfectdwp. ,l ptl I croup TCI.KIMIONK: tt..7. ,, '. '
1 r
T "r
'd M
!o- } itwe a -
; m. I. alltlOK ; throat ana Uin trotlhle'I'hechil'l \\ I. I u. .n,.', s l
.- r..o like it. H:ir; Pliurnncy, John I ..!> !. : W r 1" \\ .. i ,i .
I AI II.I I :-:h"pparll.o'illll' Kahn. I III' ,. il 1t)" 1 &w. ri ,1,',,., .(' nmmnl t.. '" .. I .. .'
I 1.11 K, Mn ; '- lUILHU-o i. -r- ) '" I.i> t 4. : r

F i I' ':i r-!Ill'lit( bPlow from thf 1'0'1 ftu'torx: a 11t\.1' CA.STOrt. .A. I,i The Star Laundry I SALVONA SOAP CO., Ccr. 12th & pim' ; Sts. ST. LOUIS, MO.

',ii-hnluvi. urllI1I111..1; Ki;;...h and. r's.j Rear, the! 1"; K J lsi Had A'\mBtm:: j j.t .i: .J>..I'f' ::* !*wv? '.. : :;;:A:, ,.. : '" -

TarrBIIOIll\-t. tti 6J'I- -7/. Biggest Busiest Best -,-

i' : mot at-s'.ratilK Iota ID .
-- -- ----- -
"I\'Y '.'r u. by the Ki'ber I I l.'lve been IItI' Ir Iz r1 -, : .. .
F i Ioi
:! y. JM'-, South \
l".klmuturiUy i If yon want a good Bed *&: All Evening: Call on ub-crij.tion- for \\'UI. JPUung.

xtcad or n nice Crib for the \ .tl' llryan'tiler.; "!!,,. C''
11"1" \\1111..1. .. f AND CONFECTIONERY[ I
t4 '''' Your Swell Friends The *LINI( dvance.
\''. '!1. barn brb.-r lrul:. baby, go to JIlrstffllilllt'S. )/ (V r.'t.\t:{"" \ : ..{ :. 1!\ ( price i- }> -r yi dr MI -

'!IId'' :. Ire. vork'llfert '',' "ili,10' > ;:.11 .. The desiring; the papercan .
.....'....krPliutra4i.;; \\ P \ \. l$4. you will find will be warmly: received .\ :
guaralI I \J 1 hive it enr ti t! em by :;e.dinU.ll '' .... r'= if ar. well and neatly
the und -r-iLrned.
you to :
I' lIIdll..m..l.t. to aun \Vewilliauicleryour spread* tot .y--- I C. APOSTLE'S
** ritf today.rq j jN ) mLj' H. :M. Ro
i-f It F. ,
make tl.eio look ; dred and linen !
(idea'!-. I.* i j ((5 cunts: e lch and : your irreproach:
I'1I I'
New .
:+'lr I tike \jW Star Iluuary I'to -> "'i GtrDaily 14
East fltmsm!
,I I ---_ '.;,. ..,:.:.. :rJ.'..:1i'0....A..... u.,. \ -1,,, able.WOI11:1I1 of rf-fiuement ---- -- St.,
.. If want to ply' : t = always :;ju es a nun'* well bred insi -
\\.IIIIt. I[ you uioepieseiu ( ; ; rr: f :: :! 'iriiu'r.y ChI "''V" HI'.: !i'iintHt' nC
--- I; :oi frhnd.n; -nui look through tin { 1i.\ \;a-> 't1Tl.] -tinet by condition of hi; linen, # Every Woman ..
t"uuty -uit'ible, irticl'- .. j j O .r-i<.a.l "f Fr i ; ; i. gar SJ.7t
tine ; as
tant :
\Vin- ''
\ Lam
i ... f > < \ \c.:?C -5Jj-\| % inJ he trop into her presence arJ '. *..IJlJ t-r tli-zi" u
ill tlonal Huns ,! find .. "
J I. Srfnheuri! youurely can: Af J. \ .
f Ki: i-.>.. Baird r.iiiiii.n-, If !.' vlJl tr 'l mofJ with b..utwlt'll: ]hi; shirt. \ : ; .p;:
'IX.111 3oiiieti.! ,{ t" pl" :i-e y.'U. youwal. ./ ,' \11R\l Nhiflicy ti
Di.J.lJoIud. tin J' \ 'nllualld cult luve been hue \ .. ........
.: :.iiyi'Mn.! he : fet; V IJ ( < up \ .. It ''' '
'11' \ '. :a. 0, musty b..Pra heforvou, '\. W- :_ --.,.- ::\ I' .' Hij
A "IUFJ'II DOYY'trait be ure hull buy kg- ... y d ...r-.-..... at the : ttr Laundry. I .. .-.J.., ''o. r', l.u.'I\! ." ,: u .
i.k.....ilrAi for H.ISniiVi1. : TLPr tiny l' ,;: Llri :Af'P.5uf"'nIJr !
\\ ; 1'0111.--. KiNC'STRY .
: DR. ,
v "" to t:4.SaID If '' ': !)'
-- ALL WORK c. o. D. Gocds Calif for 2tt DeliTereil Free : ?" rt' .i '
: ,yn l.If' e ad "
lap '111.
t i i I ,, AM, ITMt'riitt NEW DISCOVERYFOR I lai-M-l' 4"L.'l... .I. .P'O V1 k 1m'll
\! anil it. J 1 U.lti- ft..n: ""i, ,. ..;'1. lJ' T '7 .rr.0481. .r.thP
27 ST.
w !' nd pump r.TN TELEPHONE 114. .a. ,.' jel". i ...KltltLO.: .. ..."'.... Inr".n.It -
COLD. toy
on the iii tiitln>--iit THAT
out -:rKtlut (toom r. r Ttm.t bid2 Nw url 0'fr a nKl.GGIST:
Cures Consiimptiou.Coughs .

1'. .I iruMtWX- \ Cold: Bronchitis, Asthma, ESTABLISHED. 1S62 LODGE DIRECTUHYKNIGHTS LaurelsAgain

." '!. Bad Egg I.FLiHUttSN' for .1\1"! PneumoniaHayFeverPleurisy "OERTING !
_ \ II I\rdw'tr..I't- -f McKENZIE & CO.DKALEB8 ,
LaGrippe, Hoar?ene??, ., OF PYTHI Ah PariI tfcrt

\ It (oi04)U.... and feu mwJe the Cold
Sore Throat, Croup 01 0 I a IMIC" No 3. K of P. lied 11 Award to

A Jj. :3 1 r.r.- : KXK_truods.= I"D"\Hats Toilet:t.r"r Whooping Cough.NO Ship Chandlery and General >Hardware> marts ID? et-py..ry. at Monday(.'tllI ersn Hal:

t i' < >" W. bo.rnm..ol CURE.;; HO PAY. j In the Blooat--."oi IW.HAAFtRKENTUCKY
ta.-d door,
r. Building ,
Price 50c. and $1. 80S AMI 605 S. P 4 LA FOX STliKKT. v'Uitinz br -thrn cordlali'lrpjcomed
: 1'or I.un..l.ul.,. t

--- ---- A.GEN'OV---- ..rr H \ i.n.
f ; I H Nt:KAL$ 1a.nlsnrd elf' CURE .",- H. Hoa4LZaK
I a.r, :' orspeciNl drstgna'I I ie Bjf; / f-T onDattra. REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. KOEBLINO'S "FO\i CO'I """-- K. k t'.

'H' i'rylrbt lir"lloryd.n" I rlir.a druharcr-.mdax-nhani irrtlatk& of Lkrutlvn,, GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE. A. RUNNEL A HON'S Pt'MPS.Cmis CoM medau cre ..
4o.netnd UrtEH.Pf"rei. ae0 awarded ctIfifiJ
1 I t't.utVlat potM.tnetan..c.aluiua. Ur ru nlntunr Iree, aUd torW n'd a.tnaa hrdlfl Filiii.! Mt tatta'' lustraxiais: tkirli, liclirt halt) Seasonable household roc0PI<0ant'w t ".
W99 tuOa. genturMLSnouaI andwwo ).
t a",' r lor"l- ---L....ll
'. fr- c.atJmreA. y.S. a. or Bent h pia... anrrr.1)r C :McKenzie Oertic Cc1!Ilectin Agent' f-tr Btr Pilot'' Benevolent Associatioa. '

\\.1 tiPgory; "lm e' tt tat.eiprlEa ur a twrtrr, rr part, L,ty,fur, I Willis Hardware Co.'s. I tClE ty Dd actbia.ti Ctu3.

I I eta Circular ati.t un rt>ILctl


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4 .


'f sas asa sa SU !The Unhappy Burden Bearer HANGING PICTURES.The sleepJOSTETTER5When I -
Must Make Choice.Paine's Proper Meaner: of Placing Them I, e take d you a ,I,
on the Wall. deses of the
I I I tow MEYER'SOdd
I The proper hanplng of pictures is as '. Hitter It will i]i .
restore vigor to
important as a wise election of subjivts .) the system promote
I I ,
AND PEftSO J : or as tasteful framinp. To give fi ,' sound
Celery nlf* p and absottj -
r lU the walls of a room a dipiifii-d: and fit- '-_""; .. lut..IYJure I i and End Sale

I restful feeling nothing must IK placed '' ;: ,. Fick Headache
disturb the vertical ef- 'J ?
I II uix'H them to ", I i
feet .\ wall should remain a Cat ; Biliousness
Mr"=. Cha=. T. Meachaui, of Kin-- : Compoundi I* Creating: a Sensation in ShoetVi.SUCH .
The first illustration shows front Indigestioa. I
ton, N. C., Is visiting relitives here. -
I i and back views of n picture hung with Dyspepsia : VALUES HAVE NEVER KEEN oFFEi.K

Dr. \V. A. Mills pa;-ed throughthe Auajr the Load ol Disease, two Looks so that the wire forms vertical i and Malaria 1 I

city to Milton on his return froma I and Leads a) New Life Health I lines that harmonize with thelines BITTERS : HERE ARE THE POWERFUL VALUES

trip to New York. I of the frame. The picture being Tryst. I
and Happiness.j flat against the wall casts no unrestful I j -
Capt. Dixon Reed and I hi* rand- Sent to Chaingang I.ADIES'OXFOHO:5: MEN'S OXFORDS L.-\r---! :
j unhappy victim of disease and '
d'liitfhrfer Ali? Genevieve JouUon, f-uttering wno hu jut dragged I! Washington Ga.. Sept 1.Charley $3 1)1) $351) j

j returned ia-rt eveniug from a visit toChicago. I through the "uiuuier and who is I I Butler, a negro was captured at LI- ALL S1'YLEYici }Kid. All Toes l'Je [L .
flow racked with suffering and al- 1 thonia Friday and brought here for I

l most a physical wreck, must make trial. He \u-A sentenced to 12 monthson NOW NOW \
A. M. Cohen of the 5 and 10 cent immediate choice of two paths. One 'I 7- I
I the chaingang. Butler, about :1' $2.94. $2.89 I Sl
tore has: returned from the eastern lead* to increased miseries and certain I ruoLADIE
cut Lindsey Opla, also a ne-
markets, where be bought a big death, the other to new life,
i gro. When arrested he showed fight
health, and happiness.The I---
stock of bargain; I Compound i and finally managed to He '
u-e of Paine'* Celery 'D escape. oXFORDoIEX'; OXFORDS n3W : \ .

Chri Tab.trra?, the veteran fruit is a necessity for all who seek D | has since eluded ant, and was living I $ $2JJII I
the path of health and 10111'ear;. at Litbonla under an assumed
ill with fever for
dealer, hH been I
Victims of rheumatism, neuralgia, name. Sheriff Callaway heard of this Pat I.eathtr."iei Kids Pat Leather & fief 1',.: tNOW
ten or twelve days, hut is now : kidney di-ease liver trouble dys- I I
fact and went up and brought him
thought to be improving.Rev. I pepsia, nervousness, and blood diseases I Right way 'IIrl1n wily down I; \
quickly and surely find new I
Mrs. Athalii J. Irwin, her I life, vigor, and strength in Dr. I $2.11. $1.98. S4J-

hu=band and ciuriniu,: young Phelps' medical prestriptiou-I' now TO IUNU A I-ICTCKE. i Anthracite High at Knoxville. ; I

arrived in the city yesterday Paine's Celery Compound. It buildup Knoxville, Sept. 'Anthracite coil -
daughter, shadows. The second illustration! |
,! the ystem, purifies the blood, is now selling at $9 per ton in this city. IADIE-i' OXFORD IOYS' OXFORDS 51ISSl: ... .
from Columbia :south Carolina shows l'ill1ilar'il'w of a u-ry comluon |
j braces the nerves, and regulates'digestion Soft coal is $d per ton. The pricesat
Mr*. Irwin responds to :t call from as no other medicine can I but Uiistakin: fiu-hioii of hanpinp,; ; $200 U.5IJ .-
this time last year, the usual pricesat
tee First rniversalist; church of thirhce do. Mr. John C. Rowan, 137 f:. pit t tires. Here the eje is distracted i this season were Si."a; ton f ,r Pat. Tip and Yici Bids Yici Rid Cap Toes 6-r: Ij I INOIY
will I Winifred r't., St. Paul. Minn., says: I from tin- picture, wllidlhonlI I'I the I Ij per I
a;; pastor and begin anthracite, and $3.7:1: for soft coal. A :NOW ,
sutlered with I v
Some of ,
bli lines
i year ago |j rehti-r of intt rrsn The i> pre idling services next Sunday rheumati'in in knees -o painful leading dealer predicts one or more j jtdvances
| the win* are ol.trusivc, and the uglysladuu ; $1.47. $124. I
morning.; She i; a brilliant woman I could get no relief! and I had to ] usually by the outhansinp!: j between this time and De-! S1.7 ;

and an interesting speaker. Those I rub them for a moment's ease. 'II frame Is still more so. In fact all the | i.-mber 1. :

who hear her splendid sermon? once Paine's Celery Compound cured me lines confuse the that a wall !| II I
eye so ---- ---- --
and eradicated the disease from | I
| my
will want to hear her a<..lIl1. Mr#. ?,.*tem. I had also been ailiicted' thus hung with pictures can never befieur.tiful A Communication I MEYER SHOE CO .

Irwin comes very highly; recommended -j with kidney disease as Illo-railroad iI or reasonable from an artis ; MK. EniTf.K-Allow me to peak a :

as an earnest consecrated I men are, and I had catarrh so bad [, tic Ftanilpoiut. II. iu Feel Fiirni lters for
> Cash On! .
Christian. She will in ike her Louie i that my head ached and my eye beeping. I II Cough; Remedy. I suffered for three j )
were inrt.tmed with continual pain, : I years l with the bronchitis and could 102 SOUTH PALAFOX
here anion? u-, and will bend her 1 and I culd retain nothing but liquid I I tried several STREET-
II I .\ Certain Cure for Djbenterj and ,| not sleep at nights. *
energies in trying to encourage and I I food on my stomach. Today, thank I Diarrhoea. ( doctors and various patent medi- -

uplift mankind to Paine'* Celery Compound, I think I 1. cities but could fret tiothinar to giveme
---- ---- I j I am as healthy a tuan as stand (JII'I .Some years ago I was one of a any relief until mv wife trot a

How to Know Delft. I i the globe" party that intended making a long bottle of this valuable medicine I ARE WE FIXING UP ?

--- -- -- bicycle trip" says F. L. Taylor, ofNew which has completely relieved me.- |
The first and most ,
prominent earmark Albany, Bradford county. Pa. W. S. HROl'K .rAS, Bagne'l!, Mo. I
: of delft china is that of color.Eurylxxly PEOPLE OF THE DAY "I was taken suddenly with diarr-I;. This remedy is for sale by all druggists SWELL, I SHOULD REMARK !, (:

knows that delft I is blue, j hoea, and was about to give up the and medicine dealers i j i

but it must not I be too M ue. 'The genuine 1 An Unnorvd Old An*. I trip, when Editor Ward, of the -- -- - ANt ONLY A ri\v H.\ Vs

article is as hard as porcelain Abram S. Hewitt, of New i, Laceyville J/f m>itty< suggested that CJA.STOTI.IA.: : I 1
and its natural rolor is u pure white. 1 York city and the man whom Andrew I take a dose of Chamberlain's Colic, II j I bars tb /t the Kid Yea H3'.B AleafsatmB'esatnn i / ( I

The only thins! that should 1* Hue is 1 Carnegie calls "America's foremost Cholera purchased aud a Diarrhoea bottle and Remedy.took two I I TIME? :Not a bit of it. The bin man i is in New York buvu! _

the Jijniri' or ilt-sicii! iiml the produetinn private citizen." cclt-brated his elghtl- [I i does, one before starting and one ou judzinsrfrom the size of the bills coming in he mu-t -n, -
of this dtt'p indi.'o tint is one of -- -- -- factories to close down shortly, and we have to make
eth birthday at his summer home at the route. I made the trip successfully I prepar it(
Holla nil's t'hl'Msla.'tll'l''rl'ts. Bar Harlior, Mo., on July 31. The venenible and never felt any ill ellect.i Lay the dust. You can buy reception Our fixings will be finished this snh day of Au-- r.
The trademark which! is U-st known centleman passed this mhlstoaeof 'i Again la=t summer I was almost begin selling; out the stock on baud at prices that would -tar:

on the. delft plate consists of in oddly an active -iretT in excellent health completely run down with an attack garden hose at the Willis were to mention them.CLOTHING .
shap...! {' gurimiunthi I'I'hat I of I bottle '
an mid spirits. Few men hate had better dysentery. bought a of ,| Hardiuare Co.
this mark really signifies; is long: since! i ipportiinitit-s to accumulate wisdom j! this same remedy and this time one I SHOES, HATS, VNiER\Vi.-w.;
forgotten, loll)'" the House Furnishing j do-e cured me." Sold by all drug-1 ) 'All kind- of FtirniMS .
with than Abram S. '
Review. yours Hewitt. gUts and medicine dealers. I lure at nearly cost In fact everrthinar pertaining; Men's Wear and all tIll' b. -: '
Oiftoil by nature, well trained, well ufactured. You all know Joe .
Colemnn '
Another tit-t of drift is its riit;:. You Lit to make room for''' handles tie IH'-I. .
I placr-d end universally trusted, ho hn don't ? All want to do i i- iu
ilo! nut nerd to eitff a delft prate witha 1, O'f'rtltim..lutl..n of Chiltlreu.Professor new stock. I you you stop and we will tell .\\
had about c\ery sort of profitable pub- it, at
pair of i It'l' tons; to hear the true ]:artH's cautious parents ;

porcelain rim guile it with your 1Il lI"t the o\erstiuiulation of ;youuj JOE COLEMAN'S.

lingers while rdmirin the Dutch characteristics children and dll's"l'iUII" ways in j OPERA HOUSE

of the design. which this is accomplished. One of j ; :l. HOl'TIt r.uarov hi HI
I ,., .
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No machiiie ever made a delft tit i these is to provide elaborate playthings -
oration and the tuoUern article is most r \ : in lunc quantities, which hate, i A Ml'MCAL: I'l::--1'1\\1. i iI

readily distinguished \>y its uniformityof vi he says, a bad Influence on cildren.I' I .

desbga.1rrp. A child's interest is so easily aroused 'I
that many attractions l'rot.'OulIsID ; ONE SAL E E 1<.

Tliriii l.uoklitjf J"r..b, and wearisouie: and generally iajuriims CUMMEXCIXW

There are three things: in e\pry homo to his tloxi'luimii'iit.' He cousidersthat ,I

which! should: peter, he permitted to m iron engine with two or three;j jcars MONDAY, SEPT. I.MAT1XKK I

show signs: of a former tin. One of I, a uootl supply of building::; blocks j

these is the dining room table, one the I and one limited Noah's ark will make I Ian SATl'ltDAV.IIIK I

bedroom and one the bathroom. ]::whIr I ample list fir a l.>y under sis years j ------ _u___

them should always suw&t having: of :;::1'. l! another toy is supplied one EI.EHKAIKI'' I

Just been tattle ready for M me. one's ) r r 1 uf the\ three should be taken away it

('()n venlt'iiee. I brut:.' extnm.-ly desirable! that u child's !
i i 4 Boston -t
This Is especially true of a hath : aUfitiuii should I be conccnlratttl ou a |! a

room. Lveryihiiiij in it should shine I II few things at a time. The professor i

ike th# crystal and silver of a dinner; deprt-cates many of the summer out- I

:able and Lot as fresh as scouring can I I ins; piu-a to children considt-rs travel i| Ideal Opera Co. ,

make it.Shelves. ABKAV. S IIE11: ITT. bad and condemns in wholcsak' fashion : i|

and cabinets are almost essential lie and hnsiw'NS rxpiTienci that any ,: i the "sin," as LH puts it, of allow- 35 ARTISTS. i

for small hatliro->:ns. In no man could! has'-. Hiis not in liar-'1 lag; a little lmy or girl ID shag;: and dance '

other way can necessary articles uiedij j mOll) with t-itlu-r u t' the fiolltical! jiar- ami ;'ive nfitatiuus for friends. Ito'hualilit !!
cine and lotion bottles In hidden away j ties now contending: in New York, but'he -s this statement with anotherthat : I'HEiSEXTINO STANDARD AXDij i

Any bathroom winch nllows them to dues not for that reason iniapii! I to do these things iu a class or !j GRAND OPKRAS. j

remaill\i..i lI..wl..liill11.1 week out ; that the country is !going to the oVmiiition Ix-f ore his parent only is qnittanother

is the Imhroum of tile careless house j {,oWl\1'S. Ilt' retains his cj-; I matter and may IK.- permitted in mild I GRAND ORCHESTRA j I

keetH-r.: I IHie tlmlsm and H'lares that there ar,. eration. nver.vthinn! to make a child's .
-- II I II god times coming to the people of j eijolsni die out should be encouraged."It ; Large and Handsome Chorus i

*r"lni; Room j i America.Oliver. is'ini|'osilile," he sums up, "to arrange I !
In the seuii.;:: room of a new house ; a life! for a child that would be : {

whose mistros has lieeu able to phuti> II.-I..t Puke. cnu0'. too simple."-New York Yost.w.ii :I.G. 2 3, a3 fxiicl CJOc. \
i H. I'. Jichuont I is of the
It exactly to her liking is a set of I
| JUilliam : vV Son.
few society men who have the snutf I Seats on Hale Friday.UiUIUI Ioljn0ou
wooden slielus: separated! into ctimpurimcnts i Kept lluniU. j
habit! this not as a result of the recent i i t
of \:ir) tug sizes, which is Over my sink are two bottles and a -- ----, - -, -
tnmlo iu London to
l iiutf the a ctMoni hUh in favor with
bag." Into tlit-c convenient receptucles !: | parts of lemon Juice to one of alcohol.
lfathcrs, for Mr. I'.ehnont has j
irnn< '
gu nil the o :Ms and ends of mattrials taken snuff for j I which will kit p Indefinitely.! The other ('ar\r.V.W'l1rt

that ar- usually made up into | jeiirs. i contains the following lotion: Uue- I
lie has quite a collection of valuabl !
bulky rolls and sorted into bass or w j jcnsionatly I ? fourth of m ounce of guru trngacuiitbnddeil
lioxcs and
frequently anises himselfby
parked all together! in a to one pint of rainwater which\
taking::; out one of these jeweled 1'.- I
large basket. Either of the Utter plans 1 '! has stood three days then one ounce ,
j, ceptaclfs and offering::; its Contents o'j NICKSDAILY
makes the |Pieces ditlk-ul of access and | each of alcotnl, glycerin and witch ha- i[ I
voiulcrins friend Usually the offer
iicvpssitatfs Ir. .11t'llt handling, the pi- 1l'Onbolt' |I j!I: Is du dlnl't I zel ;il<'j a little 1:.lOll, flint t.Tfunie. '':

w..I.1: twins a treat ini :j jprovt'iueut I After washing dishes or preparing;:- '
Hut quite recently a young::; holy it
if it is po>siblc t<> accomplish I ctaMt-rt 1 UI'II| ly a little; of the lemon
whom I lie
: playfully extended the sniilf 'I
it I I juice! then the lotion, and in
a momentmy
____ II I surprised him! by taking: n pin!'!). As
hanJij are dry, soft and vtrysmiHith. ?
she wn nut ncnis-tpimil to the habit:
ur.\CIIKICS: cmu)ui\: All stains disappear as If by
I and had merely snuffed from braradi
I magic and the nails are cleaned eas'ly.
> iue .>.. CI ht r... a violent tit of sneezing::; followed. al I r. The time
required not over two min
: 1'elmot.t always Inuslis wLcn he rt-
The wife of divine utes. This repeated the six
a prominent latcs that process or :
she smiied to tLlnk the riquiremeuits I
tried! ..the food cure with tier little i of the situation fully times daily will certainly repay houses

daughter. She says, "1 feelare 1 by the polite Inquiry: keejivrs. for what Is there more Indicative MENUS

that experience with "Oh, N-4 Did I of refinement than well k.'pt
our Jrapp-Xut* I jour pardon bprLide -
Comprise all the
hands? Then ton the of Up-to-
food woull he useful to moth: you?" expense
ers. Our little daughter, ei/ht years I :I these lotions i-j comparatively nothing; Date Dishes the Market

old, was subject to bowel trouble II I The long and Short of U. i Ii P.e sure to have them in a hands place. of the World

which we did not then understand The tallest man In the present oor.1 .- I -Woman's Home Companl'JIJ.F.m..rllI'nl' Alfoj'd.Ladies' .

and which the doctor's prescriptions 1 press is Representative Cyrus Sullo-

failed to cure. way of New II a IU 1'''hi rt'. The ebortst '' .I..tant.
We had been uInij ditferei.t
cereals for breakfast and finally becoming ineuit-er Is Samuel S. Smith of Michipan. One of the latest occupations for women i

di-coura [ said, 'I will trance to say. Sulloway and is an "emergency, assistant" This Private

try an experiment ; I will discard all i j Smith! are ,great chums and have many assistant stands ready to help her acquaintances I --
other cereal* and u-a only Drape- !I confidential remarks to make to each 1 through times of domestic Dining Parlor., --

Nuts for breakfast.' The three children I other although Smith has to stand on i storm and stress, for a consideration.She .

all like it better than anything 'I his tiptoes and Sulloway has to double! will take charge of a home and POU -tt

fcNe and areo fond of it'thatl |I himself up-like a jackknife when those children when Ifs mistress Is suddenly FR. ,

hardly let them have all they want heart to heart communications take Balled away, she will superintend Regular Dinner Daily

In a short in time the bowel I could trouble.see an improvement (' place. Hy the members who know ( f j housecleaning or run a wedding and la : : : : FEED, LIVERY AND SALE STABLEOPEN

\Ve this Intimacy Sulloway Is referred to I' ready to come to the rescue of the distressed -
beau! IISJUR Onptut five ,
month: a. o and cow not only has the as "the majority." while: Mr. Smith !s housewife whose servants have I Short Order Promptly DAY AD NIGHT.r. Neat JutIHlelll'll .." ,

bowel trouble disappeared but the j called 'the minority." The latter '.sonly left her on the arrival of unexpected Filled, Night ,

child has grown plump and well- "the mJaortty" so far as stature visitors. As may be seen, the occupa- or Day.If POU & GINGLES Managers.

in fact was never so rte hy before goes, for he Is a very decided majority thou offers! infinite possibilities to the ,

that all our friends notice and remark -! as regards his name. There are sir: |, woman of education and r refinement It's :
: about it. We think we have Smiths In the, house of representative tact and common sense! and some exj :. i yoo 1r1s, 1011'11 find It to at Eat <0-@
an ideal breakfast which consists Of perience of
j general problems.
whole wheat bread with butter, POi:"- Steamer Sails with Mule Cirjo.j : Nick
i New York Commercial Advertiser. ApostWsPopular
tnm Cereal Cotfee and Grape-Nut j New Orleacs Sept 1.-Tho Brttijki 'F R. POUt
This is all we care for and I think i: i steamer Iaa! sailed! for Bombay lv .
would be hard: to find: many families da1& Gibraltar ; Fishing tackle of all kinds I Restaurant.
j with a cargo c)as'attaa I :

so Name invariably given by healthy the Pl'B tum our/ Co.*. i of (WO mole! (. 11 dcnkpy nil l and good crab nets at the II v< FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALM .

Battle Creek. ?Lich.m ,, lions! and & lute lot of feed std I Willis Hardwaer Cos. r J IJM I'
, 17 West Lfca&ccia Street, Office Phone, 31. RtsiJt-: tea




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