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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 3, 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
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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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., I Birmingham, Ala.. :Sept. 'L-While \ MASKED
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rounding a iii. ye.on a high embankment
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.. .\i re held hu ,- [Ju.1' !, :,. n Berry, Ala., yesterday morning TRAINSpecial

>! ai-utiiueut stioii.::; 'I CAUGHTSpecial ,, 'o dpGl) --- r i i-hf-iiif and tour cars of an e<- :

i urhiiiii taa the tiouthtrn railway
1 >" i candidates and i..<- : on I

-rd by Mayor Tom L ka.A. II"/.;! the track aJ rolled over j to The Daily News: \
n M idhd, who is to la to TLe Daily Nines: ana ov> gnashing the coaches into *
Nashvilie. )q7:. .-Last night between >
Kindling! wand! and causing the instant
Kicer ui the "
t"101 :", dept: .K.i'v i''.nter this and Franklin. Tenn.
: city ,
death of 3u and the injury of
us: a candidate the uecro who shot u unmh It ,;o 18 miles south of here the local sate
81 i.3
others Ph sidans at kast
i \t year and for press linemen and set fire r<> his house IE ) say the of the Louisville
of the tnjull'dannot live. on : express tar
.i.\I II:<; year. eer.sborough" tart n:;.dll in au fort train No. 2
and Nashville through ,
With of :
th. exception H. '1. Brad-
.iI: % conceded that Mayor earl
to escape arrest wa captured }
f northbound was rifled of its contents
trainmaster of the Southern railway
U directly interested Lit today and locked up in the Astoria while a
by two masked men, Messengeln.
living at Birmingham;
the Ohio Democratic .
I jail.In Crook, i and Roscoe B. Battle, covered by a rr.ol..r.stotll ,
engineer, Shelby,
i.tuin in Iw2 and of the "
the light,: between !punter ana of the with
in the corner car
of Columbus. Miss.! and Mrs. Marie
l/e>mucratc convention in ulnae who tried to airest' him 11 no
his head.
hs hands above
Cox, all the dead and injured are n-;
h.-. friends are making thjimvpLtitui Ikenjer.t three citizens and Hunter's GOLD DUSTsolves The lObbery occurred just after dark
groes who had taken advantage of excursion
an occasion fo: wife were woundf'fIrs: Hunter his

and according to own announcement
: iia into! :;.JI'l' al prominence who helped her'ri 11h:*- torts the problem of easy dish "washing. It cuts grease and cleans rates from points! in Mississippi one of the principals was GUI

.raber of congress and mayor to escape was taken! tn a huh Ital dishes: Letter: than anything elseDoes its work quickly well to Birmingham.The Hyatt who made a sensational escape

and and as a radical advo- win re it was said tn 1 la> t-ai ie was and econcmlcaJyMade\ dea.'hitfi are: from the Tennessee jienitentiary herd
H. XI Dudley trainmaster of the
taxation t'Y>ams he has se, in a serious condition Huuc i was only by THE N. K FAIRBANK COMPANY on Aliens; 4 last, where he was serving '
large followinghich! is now I badly beaten in the rtrlec:, wru-n k- Chicago, New York Began St. Louis. -Makers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP. I: W TH Crook railway, engineer., Birmingham.J : a 15-year term for train roWberf.Express .

.g to naG him a presidentiil was caught. John :\1. Keisna H i'atrolnnn. officials! estimate the loss at
HI. Miss.
inShelby, Columbus
The first general moven was !shot in ti! h> .in ..infate about $:.1)0. it being in packages tak

curing his selection byntral Both his eyt-s w. i. i!< !,', The dead negroes are: Ala
Jim Smith Isola en in since leaving Montgomery

\intion committee with a to view presiJa to i serious and the that wounds his iecovry in his l I..adI.1\'..'; th<">+te.l. :- : 'I BOLD BURGLARY : TWO\ LYNCHEDi il-s T.i1anIdrtla!! : and child. Columbus The molested.The two. big through safes were not

T.ierests; in the two sub to bp doubtJul. The citizt! woumi : men forced the messenger U
Charley Carp. Columbus. Mies.Ezel . e'l w iv men who had been calved' upon i
down just before it
the train
PattersonVcst Point Misa.Kd ring
is now a candidate by the I.olictto aid ia subTrting I ITU ,
the south Naahvlilayards
IN ATLANTA ; IN FLORID Claike.] ('ol mbus. Miss was entering
he Is the .
certainly er. \ lifat of the wounded follows: took their
; .iiteJrepn.. Columbus, Miss. and quietly depart
:-inn. The bannersare John O'Niel. New York shot in the ,
Willi, Thompson, Columbus Miss ore no elf'to the direction they went
conspicuously hack and shoulder.
Twenty load whose bn.lU's have not in having yet been discoveredthtrighthe

was are visite1iat Wiliiam wounds Ordj' shoulder.Corona L. I., buckshot SAFE OF TODD DRUG COMPANY i MANNY PRICE AND BOB SCRUGGS been IIJet1ti'tI.i police are hard: at work on the

: !If he should William Thorpe printer. New York I i When the wreck occurred the tram case.
OPENED was running at a rate of 30 miles an
Ohio this! year bucksiint wound in head.
; and just narted around cune
tour a
that Jie will McKenua pollrt'man.'OUI11: I NOT
IMate'for en top of a fin-foot embankment. Wit
tha i.kely tatal. OPPOSEDTO
!904. Arthur P.rill. policeman one eyeshot Special to The Daily News. Special to The Daily News.Xewberry. out warning the tender of tht> engine

Atlanta, tjt. 2 -A bold and re- suddenly left the track. Jerking the FIGHTSpecial
de that Mayor I out.Thomas. Fia S,'pt. 2.-Manns
halite burglary dico\t-red by l'nglneJD,1 the first four cars with it.
name the state Cassidy polkcerran'cnt byHunter's mal : was Price, the murderer of W. F. Drunsson.togethei ,
the police! at the store of the Todd! There were 10 cars to the excursion
platform as he : wif!'. with another negro, named
Drug company, corner IVachtree and train, but the fourth broke loose from to The Daily News. any one else Police" Sergeant Downey slight. Job Scruggs, were I lynched about 2
this about 1 the fifth and with the heavy t'n lneplungt.rt iork. ''ai'e.s
Pryor streets, morning new S tpt J { T.
miles from this I after
'ohnson can win Thomas :McGrogan, policeman, shot place shortly
o'clock. down the !steep irrline Thecar Grainger, of Ldiu.-viile.! who is
I mayor
.nor importance in In It g and head.Policeman 5:;;n o'clock yesterday afternoon '>y
The burglar had entered the store which were packed with passengers visiting this -ity. :has !be.-n asked it
that they will be Hpal) slight. a party of :bun( men. The negroes
some time between 12 and 1 o'clock/ I turned completely over sac he will iuterfert- the M him: than in any one Patrick Kernan. policeman, slight were being taken from N'ewber-
broken open: the safe pried open the eral times and were crushed like eng: Corbett fight He i it quoted as having
Prank Putz policeman slight. ry to Gainesville by special! deputies,
of I shells killing: and crippling" the !in
drawers secured
and : nearly S-oU replied:
.>her leaders, nota. Patrick Kernan policeman, slieht.: and the party overpowered them and :
funds belonging the postoffice mates I'mons who havi- r"ttirnf.l "Why should I interfere Uuxn
to g
1 i: It. McLean, claim Thomas Kigney, policeman, shot in took the prisoners away. They were I Igln.n
partment ol tit United States \ do'l from the scene of the wretsay It is contests are not against the law mKentucky.
i -.'n will be held reMM. right leg and thigh.:; a chance to confess. They were .
Indescribable The dead bodies of the We such
have had
,' for defeat if tfcwe'i -_ \\ 3. Wail policeman slight. llit'nt.The did. and were then strung up on a many
boldness of the burglary was'al- negroes were scattered in evry dire- pt-rtormanee.s In LouisvilU. and ih *
credit for Jeremiah and their bodies riddled with bul >
\ a? great Hunter, aged ia. neen$ : tree
most unparalitelei d. for the store is entirely lion and tic: moans and appeals for law never has ben broken I do not
< < \ new depart in head and by police. lets. ,
surrounded! by streets and every I help from the wounded were heart: believe that MrGovern or Corbett intend
well known
Mrs. Jeremiah Hunter shot in bead: Manny Price, who was
door is brightly' lighted by arcligh's. 1-10r.1 1 rending.As to transgress the law, so why
fl- soon a the accident was repotted should I interfere?
Many people weiv on the stretts last
i- John 'J.. Oa. !
\Mt> dimmer- resisting arrest. da, was arrested in Folkston. a
night between 12 and 1 o'clock as it to the officials of the road wrecking "P..r onally. I am in favor of box;
MII< I id!. who j is a candidate Hunter \\as employed as ( Br -takpr day or two ago for the murder of W.P. .
was the end of Labor Day and a holiday trains carrying physicians, WPI'ehurri..rt ing. I believe it is more beneficial
ratir nomination nextn of a large tract of land near North Urunson. the superintendent at the
from Columbus Miss., and Birmingham to than baiiuful. I
:"r and! who is friend Beach, I. I. Yesterday he 5aa occasion. Buttgenback mines near here. Brun- young men hopeto
Officer; Meehf and e.rythin110i'sible:; is see all differences! of a personal
thought he saw a lightin
Zimmprman: men man digging paniiworms on the property son was shot from ambush. A deputy
heina! : done to alleviate the sufferings nature tth d in the future
s< --if it
1 : headqnarters this and he" shot at the intruder, who t h.drul; store suddenly go out brpught Price: to NVwberry today,
Hf made an; investigation and fOlln.1tl1t' of the injured. The bodies have been comes to a question of fight-by nJootun"s
examination! confessed that I
it was evident that ran away and told P'llirpmanJrKen.- and. upon

!K-IV morp as a oandi- na what hunter had done. Mr-Ken- door on the Ptwhtree side of the he had killed the superiatendent. In prepared for burial. weapons and not by guns."

-\I'\ than : store open or partly so. He called! his statement h* implicated RahScriisirs
r as a presiding na ran to Hunter's home and was .

mo Following the shot by the nogro. The police r... for'his partner Officer Lockhart and wild had been arrested as i I FOUR KILLED IN COLLISION.At DEMOCRATSOF

sates! by congreasionili st'r'Nl'E"6 called then and a seige! they made a hurried investigation wltnss S'TUgtrs: had ben" servinga

'. rnoon to select UK-IT was begun, which lasted until after :2 They found the safe door open and .1 -r.'n'-p at the ramp for carrying Full Speed Trains Come TogetherOn
Rock Island Road.
number of tools:' the door Adrawer I WISCONSIN
near /
conc.'al'-d and deadly
o'clock this weapons.
t nmmittee. etc., morning
Kansas City. Mo.. Sept. 2.-An eastbound
ill;: meet tonight &o as [:vary tim.' a policeman moved from had: ben pried open and thl'l i I
ROCK Island cattle tram anti an --
lock another broken)
had been
I'!>.)er'! tr> the conventiondmiorrow. rover a shot would b<' fire.i. Short to A
TORCH IS APPLIED engine and caboose 'collided headonrear Hpctia! la The News,
box few dollars
on I
containing a was
when it is ly after 2 clock this morning Hunterset Birmingham. Mo.. 10 milts! east
Milwaukee'. Sept. 2 -Dt'mnl'ratl of
'' tht' top! of the safe. !
I. program previously lire to the house and tried to escape. four
Word bar rvf Kansas City! last night killing Wisconsin will: meet at the Davidson
was scent to the police j i
Minson men will gaIt Mrs. Hunter carried an oldcavalry BY STRIKING MINERS : trainmen and injuring three others.
racks and the st n.'as surround'! theater In this city tomorrow for the
; .ijijumitlon and that sabre and with this she fought .
TbP dead
by the police and a careful inspect'iimade. < are.James punpose of holding a state convention!
ht 'onvention will heNHS until overpowered, intIic ting severe I engineer.
Patrolman a.s it was believed: the burglarwas ,: : I t Speyer. ; to place in nomination a complete tic Iv
wound Hunter
m Cassidy.; -
I Thomas Griffith! engineer. I
!still in the store. The burglar Special to The Dally News. ft tof' voted November next.
ran for a patch of woods near the I Clarence Mahandt.
but way not found. Dr. P H. Todd was BramdeilV. Va Sept. :.-Tni- Every indication points to the nomination -
house was caught and subdued
C. W. Ballinger! fireman.
ODY TORN after si-ver- struggles In which he was sent for He could offer co explanation great mines: : of the Pocahontas Collieries The Injured are: for governor of David S. Ross

about the remarkable the Milwaukee.. Formcr
I badly beaten burglary. company are on fire. This present mayor -
R. O. Gibson "
H:s cousin. J. 5. Todd wa> sent for. morning! strikers applied the tornto ; Governor George S. Peck Is alsoa
TO PIECES -- Gibson conductor brother of
and he stated that. he had left the various portions of the mine neat candidate

TRAIN RUNS INTO store last and carefully locked all the the west entrance, which is on the above- serious.Dudley conductor, serious.

doors He said that there ugs $ll 3,7i Virginia side and the mine is now said
The trains full CRUSHED TODEATH
were running at
\ News. in the safe telonging to the UnitedStates to be burning furiously.The .
OPEN SWITCH speed when they met. Both engines!
i i. 1.1... Sept. *.-John'' government, there being a euposiofflce > guards and strikers fired volley
were demolished! and the entire catt'.etrain !

seer at the power at the store.It I after volley at each other but at of 50 cars was overturned. Nearly BY TRAIN r

nic light company, was the business of Clerk Campbell this hour it Is not Known whether rt
300 head of live stock killed.
>. l-elting! of the fly- Special to The Daily News. to lock the! safe at night and anyone was killed.: The governor ol ,were

't"< the main shafting! Savannah. Ga.. Sept. 2 -SeaboardAir neither of the Messrs. Todd! could say Virginia will be appealed to to send I Special to' The Daily News '

i'h last night. Line train No j I hound for Savannah :; whether or not the safe had bean troops to Pocahoctas ti once I WRECK Greensboro; N.'C., Sept 2.-A young

<'pte d the position ran into an open switch n: closed. I CHARGEDTO negro named Trey Austin met a horrible .

work half an hour. Collins!!: yesterday morning. Engineer The police! admitted that th* burglary For Over Sixty Years.MRS. death here on the track of the

'hat he was oiling Lee Meldrim and his fireman was a very puzzling one ac< WISBLOW'S BOOTHtsa SYRUP h& HIM Southern railway. He was on a aide .I

..n'wheel when his jumped before their engine turned a vary bold one, been used for over sixty yeara by mllllonsot track and some one warned him of

,. .: the belting and he over" or they might have been killedor mothers for their children while teething, Special to The Daily News: the approach of a train from behind.

10,1 the 'iling. His! received severe injuries.CoII'ns The Saving of a few cents on a bottleof with perfect inccesi. It soothe the child Greenville S. C.. Sept. 2.-Alfred He sprang from the side track to the
.. will not atone for iofteni the gnme.ilays all pain,cnrei wind
crossing point for theSeaboard Vanilla Extract main: line. There also englni
!red out against the I is the of having desert colic,and It the best remedy for DiarrhottIt Conan negro, who, it U thought, was was an
the -
Stillmore Air Line. annoyance on this traok. it ground him under
and the Implicated in wrecking the Southern
and his
body torn
that is "just a little off" in flavor. will relieve the poor little in3err Immediately -

The switch had bet-n left open after Always buy ]lUiutI'll. Hold! by Drnggmt la every DIM train at Harbin's last week: has been the wheels, mshir.i both legs ictpulp. >

switching between of the world. Twenty-aye cents a bottle He died Instantly. .
'I' years old andne there had been some arrested near :Marietta about 12 miles
Be sure yon mk -Mri.Wiaglow'i !Booth
daughter. Being the two lines. A track Ini: CONCERT AND DANCE AT lag Hjrnp.! "and take no other kind.Foiey's north of Greenville, by Sheriff Moss, THE SANTA IIOSA

soldier. his remain to be built around the overturned engine MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY of Oconee, and Railroad Detective SURF BATHING KSTABLISHMKM

:: use national cemeMALT and coaches to prevent delay to Haynie. .

traffic NIGHT. TRAINS AT 8, 8:30 AND Kidney Cure Cohan was arrested and convicted i Bathing in the warm gulf waters is

9. LAST TRAIN RETURN AT makes kid&cys and tJ j/kf right here Jut year on a charge of forgery, i conceeded to be the finest in the r

has a marvelousVC : ; at almost cost for the 11:5). TICKETS :25 CENTS, AT for which he served one year on the world. Everything pleasure with :

title and F 't next 60 days to make DEPOT. i OA.STOR.XA.: cbaingang. He has also served a safety. Good board and lodging by .
refreshing urm ure
the day or week. Luncheon
room for new stock.O. ---- peon th. 1 s Ltd Yts Nara Isals! !oII term too killing a negro woman nea.r. promptly
ik>-. it helps assimila.Id served at all hour, day or night.
I. by M. Pryor. Try THE SEWS Want column ; it h aaitanof Greers, Sheriff Moss has taken the CHARLES H. BHKTO.V, n2mtf

will trlsocer td Waltalla jail Manager
pay yon.
\ HEIFER BROS. Try THE Nt\vs Want Column. r tr: _. r .w-, ,.l


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Slow Starvation After Several Violfr.t---Eruptions Mont Negro Pugilist -Receives-- Injuries from C( MISS MAY MARKELL

& fi:J lq the fate c'f sufferers from dyspepsia and indigestion. re'-e Resorted: Quiet Which He Dies. ,

t%l .- XESB It your f. ,d remains: undigesu-d it can't build up the .'errs. s -.'r.:',. i,,,ii!>.Hr ot ma Phfladelpl.ia! [ :,! :2 Albert T A Society Belle of London Canada. ""'"

l $ bodtvIn fact it does actual damage: by decaying in the .' .1 I P. ..t.n.a t.Vty it the Surthe rell. a negro; nugilist.; died!; today! n. a

I *' : :i.stolliacb! and poisoning the ystem. !niptii-rr* of Mont Pete Islaiici hospital whi.rv he was taken last r.1.:1, Sow in a hodl'hy! and natural

t"1. <. ?:'u: 'II .:...It!. has ordered the om- after a boxine bout with \\':ll's- M of L 'I n i 'n. OnMn: >, j R ann 'r. Menstruation

'l Digests mar.r' ,J! tap trench Canada I. a '.--anti- t.u'..J r:<;iit ii i very easy to _
KRfrmRL Antilles snuad Stokes-, also a negro at the bib! .
> I ful girl wi." kn .,'c stilt r p r.-,:uiar through the
\ What You :TII to p"n,! wacii.v immediately to I I, Gate Athletic club. Terrell WAS } '. I. d
A Eat suffering i* and \\ in.,- ofSMAYMAKKELL yars fnatluewumanhtwd.
RufT: <-i 'C'. island or Guada'.up: yeasts old and! Stokes is 20. Cardui
hasbrahths 4i the
Kodol U the sooMble .ack I TL-'n "charge ot life"n.d
'remedy. Bydiestingwllatyou I thiiHo n-a.t: further orders. In the third round of the contest T.', to health. She I tLr W
the i- one of thesocial lilt feared. Thus
eat it strengthen
body andante
$ the stomach. This rest soon restores same time rests T;.*- oj.iiist"f; the colonies rereiv1i jI I yell! full] from the effects of a blow |I f.tvcritt's uf her horse \ of Cardui is woinan'i

Cathartics and stimulants<; only: reach the perfect health.. i ff' toddy ET undated cable dispit'-h it is said his head striking the floor and her recovery to health QrJn relief from youth to

"_, Kodol cures. It is Nature's tonic. symptoms frci; tl;, pon>or of Martinique, is--: At the hospital it was learned has permitted her to enjoy .t A million women

dlwuw! the doctors: called dyspepsia took such a bold on me that I could l>ort.:.g that a slight earthquake shorn i iTI his skull had been fractured Th' the company of II-T many Kat Mirartei.-. have s-vured blessed relief

E >,lf pei<;uantitirsotpeprnandntlwrrndictm I Kwlo. 'sbutm.btnghelpedme. Ai i .vc-d! from north to south of the is- police! arrested Stokes and the seconds friend mtl':11 of lying on from their sufferings by tak-
grdbU'd at 1
r nt a straw felt an impp.vecn.nt ..
at oO'I'.lInd ft.,
a und and well UEuKiiE s. M.\1/.. u, A :orueyat-Law. Noconn, 'lei. !lam1 Au425:' and adding that the lama ] of both fighters.SEVENTY i a Led of sickness and suffering. For j in? this treatment. It relieves men-

It can't help but do good. ni-ht: and! 'h.n'Xt morning violent i the health she now enjoys she gives stnual troubles in an incredibly shortcr.l1t

'\3.'4timrs ae much",..tu'll m..ur..meLU you r.stbetrlal!:!which uellsfot50e e"UJons. of Mont PHee occurred, as-1 I WERE DROWNED. ;t to Wine cf Cordui. She writes: tllne. In a simple case cf deranged

'ro I' Ir, d Iy F. C.1 k,WHIt K OJ.. l.t.klI.)11): hv all d""lf'r. < or.nanM! by electrical discharges! "I have found: Tine of Cardui: an excel- mensesVine of OarJui never faiU. To

D U'I'", Witch Hazel l Salve a son sootLlre. t.eallo:: application for piles sores aad !i },'ii>r>: .>' fardes and ineandpsrent mat1overinc i i Storm on Algoa Bay Claimed Score legit remedy for female trouble. I suffered relieve disordered menses is to removethecame
dl"43es. Beware of counterfeits. for three with terrible of other female troubles. Any
> years bearing-dawn
r a radius of about ."WiTffiF of Lives.
t : fiijiurd.Harms 1'hurmacy Mduey F tiiu.r physician will tell that to
pains at the menstrual you remove
period. I could:
in t direction of Morrp! Roiif Capetown.) ; 'I't. 2.! -It is now e="
hardly stand on my feet and was never the cause of a disease renders the cure
This activit continued until Aug. S, mated that 70 persons were drowr..'.! I
in f.k't seldom falls
.. I real well. Vine of Cardui was the only easy, to complete
HC'LHINTS.. NURSERY NO l [S. I l when toe volcano seemed to ba'flI in Algoa bay lIuringthe storm whi< h medicine that I could depend: on to da me th cure. If you would have the same

I i i quieted! dowi.. The dispatch doe: swept over Port Elizabeth je.-terda:; I tried .ief which! Miss Maikt-ll secured
.-tittl En the any good, as several with no sucr try
The ideal nurse never feeds a child( not mention any loss of !life. i .mong the wrecked vessels is tits ,, cess. TS"W of Cardui cured me and I Win of Cardiii. You can take it without -
th! oil and put it ht'tt'f'n neiils. $lu kuowtthis is the An imdatff"cablegram received! today j British ship esjiumation and
: Inchape! hock Capla'rFerguron. have now enjoyed p.-rfect health for two an without any
'l.i-t will generally
i surest n>ad to :--ttin; up indigestion.A from ttt gnvp.'nor of (Inadakiiirepors '" which arrived at Algoa basAug. years, and give you aU the credit for I I pu'nlu? "itv whattver.. You can take it in

i' child's tot nail should Lever be cut i| that ti h..arain of ahcs fil I I II :2! from Portland. Oregon. Pal: know you dc&erv! it," ':"' prn.i< y of yr 'Ir Lome a'i ,':M nlw.iys bee- like a linger iniil. It must IM trained 'i iin jii-t a ran.-hs bens: t as if a onctor had
j her '
over the whole I?land Aug. 2S. X'1 01 crew was saved. For -.
4 girl1 of Pardm
inms me <=
t i :i I I I i .'1" fr :TOW raid ucvwu> pared : i pro 'd.1 d It 1'r Colt. Ti'LosanJiiof wo-
Uif II' .,:..t ii.iNi ; 4 m tIt square,- advs. Pi''soon: wa* tu-a'-d and no etrtliH'ake tl'-t. iv.: i I> to guide li.-r tir,>UC:. i si are h.hiiij t'.t! vigor of return .g
aw.i.v was f-lt. a.the vole'anon on Locked fp. wonaniioud. bv stjjting; the menntniai Ltaltli; : L)' tan.tugVin; f of Cardui.WINEofCAHDVI .
l)oi.'t forget to dry the hands and I ,
f"U81If'If'P! inactive
and i'tiWns
i i are Preacher Wise-AYhat brought
"f !Iii!I 'I'-! |j'utI Pert of a child l 'r,'Il. l>anijme.s bi. from f youhlft.
the direction '< the WitH the i;:J poor man?
j j A million Bdr'r
.I.. it dC'd.::: .1 !l't twi'tii the tows rouse s.ireness or j n women
may i
; UtlI.' .i J'.k..J"> (, I'xeu a corn, which may lie troulili soruy : ashp must have come from Jlartl I 'ftIIl'il.t-l'm not at liberty to !>:Ij..1 j js'r. 1 taw four l f h' f ia
mqup.Pullf'tinAOC'ial.oI. .-St. Loin ClobtUennn'rat.) \Vini-of Tanhii.!
1.- rt
1 I to -'t rM; of. I1Jt'dll'al -- .... ...
i .
i :ii o'j- \I I'lt-h t 1' ":'t i.'"-! : n.mins to stud a tiuciet). duentsrn.There --- -- -

.' t\ and .. -, 'd. r.d\ Iy'' .-ia!I.I I- 'i"I'I'1 ..!Ihilir al' ur with it. i | Pi f.-. S'pt.".t will be a re aiar meeting ofhe

\. III. \\.1' :'I obit 1..1.1'! ,:.: it sii.d jocgiu.: it are :11-.. bad I' news ti'tiilafi: : : .ipn) FViurt8'! : ; Pensaco'.a Medical S'iciety at

: Id'll.:l I, (.:.1 .11-. .\ child! shaid Itt taught to 1.000 !lives: hot in Hoot Pt.-leEs la.- I' he B lard of Health: Offl'At: TRY TH NW' VN ? turfn1 !

: "f i:11 1'1,1'1' a ,','\1. :u Girt!; i-t to its r -t. "' eruption. )'clori' p.m. TiiPid; 17. Sept. '.' .ind :!'J.

,ult iUi"; 1..111' 'IClI'\ Tl.iTe Is a little htrrctk of oli,;Ui lc\ Vis ,iu? phv-iciana are cordially!

'1'1' :]lu'll t.iMi: !brush in a child which! that fatal word Train Robber to Hang. BYited to attend.
Laredo.! Tex.. Spt.( :L' -A ( :al DR. W. C. DKWKEKY, -
}h t .j"l li"\1"\ !l'. tO till s "cn't" tretpueiitly brings tu the urfatv. qJP
... : from Torreon. Te\. !'a" ,,- It K Sal PresidentDK.
"1 ". "h'I\"tS. f'te. Try to avoid it and turn thechild's 1. DEM. BL4N- TIME TABLE.
I.-t pints df your chI I mind in another direction.The here that Ltv Smith the last .>f the n2ottf hER.Secretary.

.iim .-substituting a boy baby wears his white l-aby I trio of Mexiran-Contra! tram ro.ilior-.. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.

i. ij-i- tin-in for rests: for i frocks until he is two year> old. Then who was (raptured will hI' localx! IS EKKKCT ItKCKMRKK 1. 1WI

!Mi i l".-ttii-" When you bring until he is three he may wear little kilt I ecuted. Smith! shot and! killed o''f' of PARKEP.'SHAIR BALSAM I

i i grin I' to the table. ilri-SMjs of finfham or linen simply ., the rwrales who was a memlx r of 'h.' ClPtDkl and brut.t.rl tilt 5a t. _-_--- New- Orleans. and Zlobilo.0.1 .
1'rou+.... a Inxuf'ai I priwt1!. -
.\c \\lnt.-wash marks from made, to toe easily v..isl.ed. The skirts posse that effected his capture an1 s N ev.r Page: to Restore Gray 1 ,o. .. \02.. No,8.
10.1. No.e.
I a Hair to rte Youthful Color.: ;
,! : niinami windows apply I a ('IIIDonl,) to his knees.A i II according to the report lien ho will: ; 9 -- Cunf a.p il w4.*ii 5a.ra:,ng. I 7'!;) a a:15m 111\: p LplI\ ....PPDSIIolll.Arrl\1I \ fi:'. a sou p 1I\1Qp
.. ** nniWEKKJLY -;: 1)1' 1\ 21 p 1:111 a Leave ..... lotnaton... 1.,1' I 15:41 a 2:30 7:751
tUlly I tot paraffin on a soft | suffer the same fate a his Victim; It 11:00 III 4:? p isi a L..I1\'P. .... llIbl1. -.Pare I: 'IM1 p II
--- -- 119B.n't, n 1i:0IJ II
J ',!. -t.iiiib: will ilisapiH'ar timi- flint Tlinfx ll'uril to Kill. ,. is understood: that Insram: and Ta-- --HCIIKDUL.J-- .-== -_ I 'I!_ I:*' II _Leave N..... orlrans 1.\ wup. -7.9a- .._,_
.'mil! i this dues nut injure the Penguins have an extraordinary rich: the two other members nf 'h* North. -

:."'1111' I amount of vitality and are harder to trio will 1.1"" given life! ser.ti-nci\s T1-. .. FOR SI EAM DIVISION

kill than any ordinary cat. I once had will iroliably ho st'rt to the 1 I"\ .:11! I'lNSACOIiAKLKCTltlCTEHMlRAIIIA1LWAY! No.2. No. f I No, I 'o I.
1I:115pIII 1?:lap m I L.\ ... 1'.n'l\nl" "rrln. f:1llpm' 5u'
lnririi>nilrnt \Vorien.liKinalU occasion to kill a large bird aboardour Island in The gulf: of Vera ("ruz COMPANY :!511m 8i7 p III Arrive M Iont;olll. ry ...1.\\ va5 a pm m
Southern : and. dpil a 111 van' pm'' .\ rrn'" .. Hums irham .. L'-aye bstta In f:116
I rli>: ;r.irnu. seldom insert ship, the Cross I p In
1:05pm a:1111i: tn Arrv .. :\Ii'I\'III.! .. t."I\\
f rd "ulll,' '" iu the marriage Sl'r'l \'- making use of the weapon nest my 'rainn hate Henntoola for the LlttsiHyoa 2:8'am wltaat Arrn' Lomvllie..Leavs '
) i! .\ Sad I>iD.ii>iMiiTif iiieut.InetTectivo 11.(( inyou. ar.ngLon; N TJ \ m 7L I 11:0 i 4.I5pm: -u5 in
II m
hand. I drove large spike squarely 1III I Arr" V Cinctnuatl Leave Ii:11' m II
a fid Korl BrtrrancBS at ,, n. p :1p m
i liver medicine I is a dis- I:! aIII_ _L3'p 11\ A rrl ,' 1"1.I.nlI. .1.11\ I 41i Si
' ,. pm. ; p m_
briil's aversion. Whilov through the creature's head and tint I'iI
I i1! pet
:'t) a..ra.arrive at Ko't Barrancas T-19t
don't want topurge >
I >pouitnjent, you PENi4ACOL. AND
'l :: IT n-allj rvrutiti a w .1- ished the operation by nailing it fast: ai strain and break the gl aid of ixi a. in. nrrlvp at r'o. llHrrsnt-ss 10:45.10Oiip.m.arrlveat1'urtit '' JUNCTION.

.: '._ .. a .tul:1hlill;; Murk to the to the deck. That seemed to make tbu :I the -tot.aach and bl'elHeWltt'; p. m. arrive at hurt Knrr rranoat; acttS 4.19 I:4Spo'p nelmp.m.arrlyeatFort i :\D. 21Vatry0.. 3-1I1111y I No stop where time not shown I So. :fu..lly0.. : -l>all,
r,7 job very 1'Ol1Iltleh111111 I went (below Little Ilternever di.ipjiolnt.They KarraacM Tuflpn '' --- -- Ill I- -
Early ::>> p In Tat' a In ''Lt'a\"e. .. Pencsenla .._Arrive4 Jtl:5'1
ft.arrlceatFortBarraacae --ao
. .' I... tau! v.a.v' ifcrr nc" for H.45y.a hsn.i. I'I 1':15 nIght 11:1" .". .... Itohemia ... .... 1t':17: pin" 1.11I"I p m
:: ., 7.111" ........ 1' ...... "
.. : ..-T.II.'i ri...<'iiy M :is later my astonishment was prodigious i and putrid uuttt and dOl ito gently ,cola at ne.ra. 1":3. f"1 If
I 19 :f :: iYt .........Esranlbla, ....... IOiti '' .,
: :: ;
.. .1 iTlift.llo Ml1 s''-:1'8I1t: effect-. 7:15 II m. rriv I\t P"nsnr3ia su r tir "ol'i-.v" :n il tueiv- flippers out, wiidillins about. apparently 1 hey are a tunic! to the Iivfor. Curehtltousne'5 : ]IL'el'P m. arrive &t l'an.lllcola..I1.4t p,Ii 1'ti If 7:11" ... .... Harp ..... ..... roil: It fiI'
i torpid liver and I're'fllltfenr. :'I" p. m.l\rrl\1I1IIt i'fnsiKX'la: ......... 4:4. p.1% 1' 'I If 1 85" ........ Gait City ...._.. I"I 5'-r; IfI
"_ht t,. t'titi.iUty with I without thought of the spike which &I" .
I : 1SP" "
John ":'1\1 p m ftrnvf at P.'acola m. .t' p n i VV lllItoD 101U" :\; 'U.
n-it>:rniml his m- still remained transtised iu his cranium. Harji- Pharmacy T:3D p. m. arrive at PenI6l:0Ia.: ....._. 1:4 ", II! a In .. ...... Good itange ... ..... f::J.\ ,.
f Sheppard. Kidney Kahti.l 1:55 I. 8'15 If ..... .... .... .. "
I ;, 1t5! p. ui. arrive at }1'1I3"a,0'a._. F8d: n. n8u .. I HQlts '" 4:85 4tl5 "
tinauthority of .-C. II Ijorchgrevinb in Leslie's.TEN --- -- a urdsyeoulyFARE 2JO.. .. 'f:1\ ........ltl1lIJglln .....- ., 490 It 4:11 "
1 for femlr:2e iniud l GUM AT PANTHER CREEK. YOK WPEK DAYS .:'C! 8:d9 It ........CreIview, ...... 11.18 f'.10 II
800" I IIM" ........Deer Lllnd ...... .. I 11:611"! I. {t ..
'','Ul'et' tfii doM BIT trial ;:size ofEly's -- P"n..ola to Fort Karrancan and II
1 CENTS WILL return 01Peasscola 8tt. fIIG ...... Mossy brad .._. 110 If 11'1" It
I do it Situation Unmole- to Navy Yard and return.ty I .03 II II:. ..Der'ulakrprnga.. .. It I : ..
>U want to Cream Balm enough to convince Improved-Troops; Bag 2t:
; I'eniacola to famttD K acb and resra lit 4.H II I 4t4 _... .... Argyle ..... I 7u It I .II "
.10. 1 you that it I i- the greatest of ed by OUNDAT ICU7KDDC. I ta:ro I : >7' .. .Ponce d.. 1..011.... 7.11I" :III"
\ to rule his wife 3eI.This inon.14comi tijc : ; :: oat iifle ._. 7:18 II ,.
remedies for naal catarrh or cold! in M tirn weather perui.ii ruaa.nj 0 i fIU'I" HI 15 .. :: : } L 4.
V coaches. Ii lIS" I.S .._... .llonU"y. ......_ 1\ft6.. 1'27"
air .s to rule him. It I ( ol the Tw -Ifth n'Rimnt. 'open i iL..aVt
the Full *ize 50 cent All >< > I
eaeauola LT Fort Kkrr nj* j I Ii 6:01 111" II ...m" I hipley ..... 11:111" I4
a u, ,I.sty enough to bo I dru;.rgi.t1'e) mail it. -si .irte.t the nonunion men in lit a. m. 19 ... m. I ":Sil" 11:117" ... 'otlondal .m... ":l'f" 19x5 noon

tru": ..: ? inisliund's purs r. if I ELY BKOS.. 5 ; Warrpnotrt'et.. Panther t'n.t'k'alll" )' to work witli'tt | 11 a. m. >! m.. i 1:1\11"7:30)' 1It.hat: "" .". ........ llIrlllPn"Cypre.d ... .". 59(II ;I"" 11:45 ItII"am
tp.m.p.m VV .V
'fSSK s, ,*' r i..l: enough to lot- the New York. being interfered with. The others 1p.m.! I p. in.j 71' If lL 5r '''' hrl1nd Rldg....._. I 5W: 1I"j"
Iii; ; Second treet.. Albany, N. Y. I 'm'III. I" 1"ilI'
1.u5 ;
' i r i.-ini>>s stunts, if slit of the claim that almost M p. m p.m 1'I" nl'on'
company IInca | ..1..1'1 fi 11' r 1.11"
Usn'l .'. ... '.i.-h to know what ta. fife*-r-. KI-V Buns. :-I uilered 4 o. m P m. I :15" 12:1/1" trrty..KIv.inrtloo
greatly with catarrh ant tried dltfer- ) reported for duty. This ( urn t p. m. 9 p.m: ,
|:So w.! i,,- bidden! like a child r p.: m.
the strike 8p.m.
cut remedies without !fpct. After is contrailicted by pal r>,
Vabehh, I., Hartford r'ot. '
pi .irr> FAB rOR er.DU
using one bottle of your Cream Balm i who say their ranks art as soil( t-> i'enitaala ort .tarranCiil NarrII i. LAW DEPARTMENT

-- '---.1-- 1 found relief and I cannot praisetoo day as they were on the first da of ard and rrtnrr.- '61Pcnarola I
highly such a remedy. to I''.to V A'ob anttThe ,
Tn-t >\\ i llen to inunenueize. 1 the strike.
WlI.LAKD. rutro._ _______ rteNntretent :
_, "1 'had: :IxiJnny trouble #o bid ," Sept. 27, I"\I'J. This morning the T.phigh Coalan'l M,...1.h.rRi O.e,': John B. Stetson University

J:1YIIJ.J.Cox"fYallc\: Ky., -. Navigation shops, which have 'I'I'"
%"tiat I CM n Id nut work my feet were 1at"steno's KntlUli Letter. idle for two months resumed! vu'R: 33o 1-i/ Floricln.

/i.swollen t<> iiniiieii-e.. arid I was Napoleon IKMU; the study of Ungllsh Major Gearhardt. in charue ot tl Beer

15couSn: to my ld and physician: during his iiiiiri.Mnineiit in SL Helena. 1 troops said today that the t-in.t.i JOHN 1'.I'OJBtI'h: I) I'n'.I"lItI.BEHT.J F.\HIt\II.I.1. II.. DranPiill

J s; werennabln t? ,I111" any relief. His iiiMrui-tiir Count Las Cases, 'cilnestlt October lJI
.lS was improved consMerablyTor ThatVICTORIA Made Trrni < 'oiiiiiicii- >\ > 1. :!.
|'. My d-,ctor finally prpcritl'd'lo'ol..y'; .
to whose Xajllllt..11HIh'| | the only letter ,- TWO ;.\It.*" i .l'K1K-Th.a* UepartnlrutULlul') Ht ,oil I'liu-ralty gives
\ Kida Cur whim mnile a w..l1f.rtntn 1.1. B
y IIIVI.-v./lr.'CIJUI..I./lIInjt..n'- ilmrcr of
he i is kIJUI1II'r tn hUH written Hum.
of me.V. A. D'AIt:>mh6rt.:, I'KUItKK .Al;' lIr"1'1' TIIK 1i.\H-Th.dlllolJlllotth..l.a\V 1''partul''utoIJohn B.Siitsnn .
In Liulth.: It i s SI'lIlt.bat of a literary The livst remetly: fur a turn to I'liHcrvitv .irtintk t" ilif Kar.
:,r d21 S. Palafox. DANNI I !tR r PMU A 1 U .
rl curiosity and not well known so keep away the air, and flour. tI. 01' -I .Ft'at'fHFitI.P d .nl..rllll'lIoI'I"/IInllnll iKM.VTl"N--l-ort-tli. l.-iw |i."pBrtiiiHntiul'lrfi.Vnnmini ">'n.-1)tuf1 !- '.. a'i:
it weir !Le iiuntfd lu-n--: plunging the burntNliit in < old tat< i 1 ALlJKUl' J. FAKHAII Dean of Law: De|>,irtniPnt.DH .
A l;.t,, .<<-1. rount Las's-Smrv slxt week y mid keeping It there will do this .mlil Laud. Fla.
, "For the sake of my chlMreu! ; 'oin- learn the KntlL.-li: J.i.l y io not any :i the wound csui properly dress 1. t 1-0- .

cents a 110u.I'I"II"I'. "1 have alwaystntffcted prgr.S. Flat \vi-ek ii<> sourly and twu nmtlii-r saved her little son fruit dis
tI.ty. It root ht h tie Iura'ty ..or ( \'t.u at SI.IPC etfuit. in my dav. 1 toui<] knutt it taw and 1 uroiLetit by In-r presence of nind.t Tulane University. of Louisiana.

very modest t'".tal.lishm that there t Ii .Inmilrcil It i< in II. tlutu'nary inure ;t He tipped! a dish of hot ontmea into .
be the maid cf I"urry II..u..1I1 1. tv.i. hu could must MADE 1JV ACMKIiHKWiXGCO: ,I NoV' OrlonuF
oust no piling <> pl.tto as : his faei She instantly poured oils oil! II I
but mud it. tans Fur know it
removing the ilWuIrom the table. or twiii hm.ilml ami twinty< week which ilo 1 from the erect user ins f.iciIN' !kept mST 10-CKNT ISOTTI.K HKKK:

As I keep only une maid \\h'. must more tnu y. .irs. Alter this you will i It there, and the hums healed v.rhoutl IN TOWN. EDWIN A. ALDKRMAN, LL.D., President.

alno serve at the table 1 l plan rtre- ugr.e that the study one tongue Is a : II M.'ar.
fully for this will bait grt.,t tuber who It must do into the --------------- DANNHEISSERBR08.AOEV1S : 1-ullConrsMln La II II U'''('''. I".I..n....S. KnKini-trine: Law Mt-diclni-. Pharmacy. Are
every J,1I1'I1J1i ugt-0. -o.\"u :-I"pllrltltlJ."l1rtlll'lIt... $15tr.n HUlld.IIIl". E""lIoh'+ 1.It.r..rlo'", l.aburatorleesad
Heps for her and Mill pre servo the table young ii; r'OlI I'MIl'MOMXDr. ; : FOR THE CELEBRATED WorWbliops. :pl-ulid Iirp. rtnifiu fur Womt-n In tote N.. .conib Coiie.:e.

amcniik III this, matter "r !:.-t- A ew.1eroty't.ditur's It''Iimonial. J. C. m.hllp of Ajrnew. lich.ay ., Tulnnemakft'l! >'r-.ltiall vocatuiui. It licilltlf fur instruction are un'urp,,m"" I I. f Earner f tt?. .. South. Kuhty-nx in-tructurandl"ftadintitall st.. Iun. Many iclotarihipa
tin! the dishes oil tn>utl\ and will: an! "I Irive u-fd Koley's loneyan ,,
I M. T. Lvn-'h Adit..rof the Philips- : I i in th"'l\o1..mlcd"l' oT-n to LouiMiuia hoyi. KxpfabHi scholarship Muilenl
f-'W fcl<*il'le I hair t'nui'd! lie! bur '. X. J., Duly }'..-t. write* : "I : J par in three very "evem cie of Main Htlns4')1' t;. Palafox street. l7'.f.irs siion. H'il aII1IoIilIht! iodonn.torlH low ratf Oppnrtunitick afTurded
re-ult-i wa:1rmctudent- f ,: '-!f-t-lp. In tli AcadfinicCollr,1- hoy, tPr-,petlypripared
-Latest assistance in the use IIf a tin: have u-ed m.i'iy kind of medicines pneumi'ni.1" with good ettbtituteV.: innvery. A. U. R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot fur collesj- ",..rk.VI II l''ui "n"1 away from inability to pay tuition. Nfit ttmuu beut. -
lini-d.: wide, shallow tmsket. s-i.-h 1 ( us for cou li- and coldin my fatally: (.IGt- ltf'fu"e P. O. Box 21. Pensucola, Fla. gtn.Uctooer Send for Catalogue.

1.Ir: Iw had at any larsthocMfunii.h- but Iii vr anytl!. -i) I'oj a- K;. D'Alerr.berte S.Pal.ifox. Phone 110-263. Addre,.. R. K. BKUFF, Swrttary.

I'u shop. This is kept "n a small tt- It.\- }lour}' and T Ir. I cannot pay -
!Ide'hind! the screen that omoeal-.' too mild iu l.r.II-" .f it." \\'. .\. Try one of our celcbnted -----

'!<..r into the kitchen liilh\l, awl into IVAIembertt- -r.iiafox.- II. $ S. Felt Mattresses. ;;;)-WE WILL-(*

r.. -. wit'i! short trips the'maid can sip: BANNER SALVE They never pack or Foul

'. .':>! from eavh a" "I"' r.' ,
us t-oiirs
1 than, Horn the table. .\ Miid: .- Ihs most: healing ssive th. world lumpy letter than a lair CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODSat

,. at half the pice.Marston .
> to the kitchen then getti.! -i. mattress! ,

-it where they are to IKK.t \ ''d! If you wish the very lest j- ()((iilt.
and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of
I, carefully dI,1 :.nd |! ice cream freezer at thevery

'' dry after ach meal and ctrl wIrllC The liuet line of umbrellas the .Fall Goods
-. :+--
'' \lowest price, the Willis Q look
: t) brio; back theoK-an JI.II' s city i- it J. I. Stephens'

Hardware CI{) can please at thet.t.

Cotton Crop of India. CONCERT- -AND -DAM'S--- AT 28 doz Men' Laundries rii.irts. { pair Ladle-'Spring Heel *hne". 1 Get your boy- ready for school.
: -;'..t\' S :it 2 -The rau..ill 1m THl'Ii DAY regular fI, to close at 75c. regular$1 guudrto; eIoequick at ocS'e carry a full line of Itoys'ruite.!
I :'oLGXOLI.mXFF pair. I ..$ }!oystiit5.. regular price, |l.uO, ,
'1. u "- greatly benefit .' t 27 dozIen'* Colored Laundried
"""" ."'' NKiH TRAINS AT io.. 8i:: AND to clo e at 75c suit.
nrh I to close" ut ojf.J7 ". pair: Lidie Low Oat Slippers, i, ,
,' 1- '''u i m r rar is ili TRAIN HE1TR"ol'AT: -liirtregular: 67 Buys' Wool Suits, regular I price
9. LAST -
regular il.2-j to close at $l.U
in I Hi'.;al! It is normn'! :.1: :, AT doz Men' Colored Laundried good, $LSD and $1.75 toclne at 11.15 8uit.hlrh .
!'s .iI.,:J. i.h. 4'strict Is btlitt th.- .'. ,, If You Have llW.' TICKFTS regular ;We good*, to clo-e at pair. 121)' H'JYI All-Wool Suitregular

':" ar.i in Gujwra it is launai ',. DEPOT. .HI' : thee goods; should go iu 21 6S pair Men's Low Cut hoes" rl'zprice!I ?2.0) to |3.W, to close at $1.50
I d I tu ur*. ular $l.r,.) goodto close at $1.2 J and t-' m ?uit.

I 2D rtoz Men1 French Neck JJalbrizgran pair.. We carry the largest line of Boys'

t llenu.rrtiniip-i+ nl the l.dings RheumatismURICSOL IIDNEY DISEASES rndershirts at "JCI regular 25c;: We carry the largest line of Boys'Shoe city.J'ant" carried by any house in the .

':,Qveral year since my lUll;;* good "* of any hou-e in l'enacoU. All of our Ladles' and Misses'dropnitched ;
\1 :> so badly affected that 1 l aduiy 00 doz Men's French Neck Balbri- Bring your boys to u,, we can fit
fatIJ of[ all kill. 2-1c. hose, to close at
hemorrhage?," write-: .1. :\1. II the great lett*-! dS art UM most ?an: T'ndershirt i'C, re6u I.r 4-jc, them in any !sizs.'e 20c. pair.

\.f\\'od." Ind. "I t."k tn-at- Pnduried (alfamtaRemaiy sold by other at Ouc. \\ have received a full line I a
*ul cure ICCI.FOLEY'S. jut l X) doz tosses foil seamless, hose,
.t with several phyiei.ulwit: ,- I U alo cure Liver. Kidney aDd All our dollar Hue of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts.Ve: will I to close at r')c dnz or 4 pair for 2c.
.: .IU. ) benefit. I then -tar-d to I E-u.: : *' d..s.uu Il.'Id. c ad by aD vt<**t of ( E U sIs cl,,-e a. 75 cent. clt)-A at 5Uc for your choice, riome 75 doz 1&n''Jeamlts' half hose
and I
"- }o'lIlpl1)ne" and Tar and my I .* It never fills. cpthcb J.JI: I
> are-now a* sound a'I bullt-t! :thBnJtrerti hilevt.cgit.v 72 Pair Ladie' Span? Heel Low | of them are worth fl.5J regular lUc goods, to close at 5c pair.

''omiuenJ it in advunc.ta, e" stamp for book of wonderful For Ct'sale r" Cut Slippers 2U. to 7, regular $ll I We carry la full line of r-kirts. We have just received a full Unashades.

.nig trouble." W. .\ D'Ab-m-! : !I t Ij;!:;tevifKit.Ite' Price.It Jl your per druggist bottle. can not goods to close at70c pair. I! Look at our window dl-play. I of Ladie-' Kid Gloves in all .

-:-. 121 :'. Pdafnx. : supply you It will be sent pnp&ld upon 07 money f efun4 d.remidiea Cct tarn

I receipt: of {'nee. AddressUricsolCti6micaCo.ILosJlngelesCi rccofnixcd W eminent Remember, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we will have Room.F. .:

you can get your house : ] !. phrsicUni u the Sat foi f

wished complete at [llr. or theUmariHanklflOnig Co., Atlanta, 6a. : KIka and Bladder trouble E. BRHWNER'S: ;f..o f.

'' Uilul'soneasy Distributing Agents. 'aJa. aa4ILSA
weekly or monthly. i "' """" .. I






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pj'S C .t.: '_ RAILWAY MENHAVE TWO CARGOES Pectoral "St rongesH t t! :'I j ''Y\ n

D Il gJu'i5; have --- .
Ayer's you
The 1'J.l Animal: .
Zitered at the J'on OtSce at lJecfeaiOla. GONE OF lungs, bron I:ndni4 Ieceu

yi_., iecondi.lamatter L.,".fi Si:

OrfICE -Pitfsi Builditi(. -L. bOuth -- -
I THE f [
1alalotrtrrrt, Up-stalr.

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. LOUISVILLE-THE OTHERS STEEL TV/0/ BIG Now Demand York. Se:For; t. British:.-Notwithstanding Iron.

the large quantity of iron and ste*! LIFE ASSURANCE (
Advance. ;f
Terms Invariably in !
: WENT EAST. --- which recently has been shipped from
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One ISiS Hontb Year by Man 'Vl. I T- sister r.if>s R"--fch..ld and STEAMSHIPS L r..1t Itritain and! the continent to th-' Asset* .

United Statf and Canada the deniai'l' .
One Carrier ayttblt- Monday !: Rotherfield, both hailing from Lon- Reserve aud
President M. H. mitij'- elegant: i sti.i mnTimirs. says a London Jispatr'j ities .
TELEPHONE NO. 118. duo, are moored end! to end on the I to The Tnbune. ThP!<> art now cargoes

private car was attached to train j I east side of Railroad wharf discharB'i WILL FILL OUT SOLIDLY WITH i; new offered! from Miildlopborough ;jSurplusfron( ; w -

'./'t,<,,'- _' 1\0.2, leaving at lli: 5 o'clock Ian ;i I, to nisaeola. Philailelphia! Tampico dends are pai.i[
iu abjut 7.UWJtousof imported rail, i
r. -_ J;j'r"i\1 l. _;_ _? : night, the de=tiuatiou beiuz Loui ; GRAIN FROM HERE. and Montreal from Glasgow to \,w .
;I' for the L, & S. railroad arid in cou- York and Baltimore from Liverpoolto raid to Policy1901 -:
-. l" ville. He had bi-en here two days. j I ... .
| sequence" customs inspectors check- II Philadelphia! from Barrow to Hal!
I New InsuranceTotal
PENSAOOLA, SEPT 3, 1902 1 in-pert j!i ers and every employe i= kept on the Record breaking ,rain irgoes I Ii timorf: Iromnt'.rp to jFrs> >jr City, : In-suranc-
j and from Barrow and>ldnd t-j
!i move night and day. j i jvillbe dispatched from Pensacola': ': Quebec and Montreal Dec., 31, 19ul: '
Belmont j jj
One swallow does not mak a summer ; The ItostfielJ came up Monday i iI i daring the next fortnight, and while j \otwithtatuh:.: '
Five minutes before the president I. I cial strength of C: >
but one swallow of Chicago; i| I forenoon, bat account of that date ,, ilwould not be stated pusftively I It Foley's Honey and Tar ;greater security w
left, a special train having; iu charge .
water make* typhoid fever. j' being Labor Diy she did not com- ;:,.is the general opinion that adJi- cures colds, prevents pneumonia.lEPATIGORfl. holders thereby .
--. .--- the private car of Chief Engineer: :i iMoutfort I I are LOW and (H {i. \ '
to unload. When she did'i ti nal ships \\'i1lluickly f'JIIthue ; .
Gaineville mence
The religious war of the -- - ter ttau: given h;;
went east, the destination '
new-papers ended very abrupt I tart, four hatches were worked arid i iuport and now due to till out with I j jgnin.
belli;: Fh raja, Ala. Iu this car, besides j 1
ly. Who \\'\'anqui51ea.l'hrbtuu j the August JJelmonfs work was ( \
ur Apllj"'l1'? the chief engineer, were a I 141.1llliiii. .
_. I nothing so; far a? speed was concerned i Yesterday the big steamer Saint:; ;
i corps of engineers, who are taken t.)
}-UDII-.UA\I: has iuvited the (| compared with this ship t the; Oswald came up to the wetide ofIRairoad (01"111"1.11 1_ .
| that point for the purpose of inspect It'd i Str.n.f Puritivr'.
President u swing hU circle aronud finished charging: this morning, I wharf and this morning II i iI II 3li9 ,. Puiafox M.. "iCOXCERT i-.t '.
to include her-What's the matter I ing the partially completed L. &N.J: I It dor-- :ill that r""lillr",1 In
her caro tallying 37UU tons. Her I the elevator was steamed to place -
with him coming to Peusacola, also extension from Audala-ia: to Geneva ,
.-. --- berth was immediately taken by the 4UOUtotisof wheat iu bulk into her i ii -tuiulate the Liver --cretiins AM'

minds iu the same : Opp aud Flora Lt. Ala., and finallyi MAGNOLIA HUM! i i iNIGHT.
THAT great run othtr -hip and the latter', hold j i hold This cargo; is larger than any j jj without overworking
channel accounts fur the coiuci- i i terminating at Graceville Fix, teak TRAIN9. I .\
opened for dUcharjje. |j I fiiigli cargo ever sent from Pensa- the Liver and Bowel A"l
deuce that John D. Rockieller JuhnW. j ing connections with the }'. & A. di- ; LAST TRAIN: .- .

Gates and William cherman: !i; vision. These vessel* make a Ii-t of six: coh. It will go to Hull, England: pleasant tJabtable'laxaire ., Hoi. TICPIETS : <

Jennings; should all return to the l which have arrived direct from Germany and is exported by grain men of. DEPOT.
: In the private car with PresidentI 1'
homes of their boyhood this panic-1 and the grtpued tannage : St. loci?. The same people !have I
{I Smith: were Gt'ueral-'Iau2ger Evans, / \ IT I" Perfect\
afar summer. j imported to date is :! ',X(1I.I, which is sent cereals: by way of Pensacola on SANTA ROSA SURFBATHING
'Chief Inspector of Machinery: Win.
THE mimic war same is beginningto most of the amount( the original or- 1 several previous occasions
E. Hatchings and others. All these For eliminating ESTABLiVFih : :\
nave a little more interest since 1hia ; der of 2 ,IJOU tons. Lately, however, 'Ihe steamship Manchester Inveu- !
1 gentlemen were on the August Uel-
that shuts i
been reported stay | an additional order for about 5,01-t' tot is, expected today She comes for Typhoid and Malarial Germs ehuw l.'r \\1'; .
have: damaged passing steamers. It'1 moot yesterday, and from reports, i
and a solid grain aud will take HuudIfoVtIIIU.:. I1
tous has been made, two more cargo
mikes it more realistic. Gun always are very much dissatisfied! with the from thp ytm nothing! (,"\U can arrange to !h! '.
can do more damage acciJtu- steamships will be required to \bring sameasnon as things can be ar- ''r other refreshntert- ...
ship. :\Ir. smith's aversiou to newI ., .
ecnal It .
it. andalterative .
filer i- t tonic time daring the wi k .
tally than intentionally.HAVE.VOU over the remainder. These at* expected ranged. cargo will equal that
'-- | paper interviews prevented him trout I | terms. .ee mau;!:!. r
noticed that nearlyall : during the latter porti of of the Saiiit Oswald, but it will not i it will improve !1 CHA.... Ii t
ever giving au opinion on what he foutd.
"coastwise": He is reputed to have remarked. !!
tiue tlutTy or curly I h jr. and that Custom duties at the I'ell"a'llh : Wheat demands from Liverpoolare mo-t uuuine
when asked tf he was satisfied with II I
many northerner uU after a louj; i castom house are swelled, immeu\ly much more active now than at .
teeidence uloug the c"ajttln their i j the vessel, that "How can we be"t Sold ly All First-Class '
by tbeee importations. On a b'+'ls any other time it i= stated: and I Fiiffisi ,
hair becomes light and wavy. she doesn't come up to the staud- Fin rtv. -tir* toduy. I''Xn
must be caused by the softening iurluence ard. of j- 'U of a cent per pound, given'mt i| steamers of the Serra: Line, taking;: !! i A

of the balmy gulf breeze. ;i i Mr. :\Iontf :t would not commiti yesterday by a custom olHcer: tIe :i part cargoes, on every sIiliuVia; You Don't Have to --

total\ duties will almost reach t* [ make the custom figures! show up': FINE STATIONERY.
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THE preruium list of the Florll'l : himself but from a trend of his cou- I! Drink Boiled Water I,

|3U.uuo figure.V I' finely at the endof this mInt: j
l HCdte Fall to Oe heicl at Lake City vernation it was plain that he was --' i

next Movetubei is a neat ana attrac- { C. V. Thomp-mi. N'
: the best frame of mind.JIr. DRINK I I (
not iu
i \ ? T t.'iue f >r Chronic Uonsii|> "ion
live little booklet, giving a complete i i .\ 1'a's ui'iohlr \rr P ilafoxtreet.. lia- tu--
Hutchmgs was much mor lake two .,t hot water half ai "
list of I'O""WIttutrle" aud exhibits. i I cups 1 wint all the world tl' kt.w. KWupply; l ol Lini'ii i
hour before each meul and be i wrtte It-v. C. J. lit '
Ttie educational domestic talkative. He wasrutisftedN'eth in? just liidl"tg. A-
many various I1 ijn-r-. white, blue .1111! .'
away i it. 1., what thorium .
drink a i.
fore to bed, il-o a u
and agrtcuiiuiui entries |'ves"'el. Her record at Tampico w:.. going .II..I i and -iMbl*' H"f1ieiiie I r..iu 'II E! t-.1-' : to batch Ox:
water, hot i>r cold about two h'+ursi
makes it possible for Uiatiy luuividual not quite what was expected u( her, iii Electric Pittters. They fund I n ,t-.' j-- 1 < i.Ulail Tablttjt >
premiums to be won. Kacb after each im-.ii. fake lots of <>.ut.d..r nf jjiiii.ln'f and !liver trout > .:. : .. match. Ink .
family iu Lacauibia: county shouloteOd but when it was considered she war fcjcereiswalk, ito", ilrire.Make ., caused, me gie-it ,utlt-ritig f.ii u: i. .. ;i"
I'-nholders, Ulankbook.ilw
Jia i "sreeu'1 hands this lutl 'LloJ' a regular nablt of this aunt i ii in, ivars. For a L-eiiuute, all-r-'iiii.! ''. -
vut eoffie litl a opportunity CoI'tlIt tt<"toi win alriii e k! 1 C"aU oe overlooked. many cases chronic constipation hey excel anything; I .-v,-rw..' '. 1.011. liauJ.
'i I ilectric Hitter are the "iirpn-t of 1'"' '1I1.nt.
i All can excel----- ,iu. -ome-- uuu I'! A gentleman, who talked with one i may be cured without the use of any U\ for their wondi-rful) w rk :n Liv -: r \

medicine.Vlitn a purgative is requims Iidney and :Momach trtot'd -.
THE Tallahassee coriespondent o fiof the above named claimed that j Vin't ) try them. Ou'l'I! I. t tl""Ic :-, r !1t. I fl'" -

the l"oiVauuahew,. sujs : "Iu spiteof I I J there\.a" uo fault to be found with :,:..utle lik take. Cl.auiberlain'd-tlllIethitl mild htomach nt 1 I nti-f tctinui is guaranteed bv IV.A.I'Aleuiberte -. C'rl 1). .r'I In, I. I .' Seel'fyoi5Kr.Tvhi.cK I C ; ; I

toe TJl South' !''x.
manner in which Hamilton I .
the steamer ; that he was told her and l.ivt-r, Tihl.tF: <-r County rebelled :aiii-t tie authority
ot-ihe Mate hAt' clltlffc "fixiugs" were ut-wai.d Would dr ;:I-t- iiiJ II;' dll'lI... ilr.iler-. lUlriHiiiri fi-otii tinr ..rn \VmiilriiiU n. th.ini i- m : Ma- a rn:: '.
iruuvtCommittee, I : t !'Ui .'- ,'f tin.rurih.! But'i
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;soon be lu good Loin 1' !.Y-10Il.11m.u. )core f ctor.ta; b.r1 'l Cllt..II'd. '
uo attempt !I..- yd been wade toread working order. fl.: '. l-.r t it. Thfy lIIu-t w.,'.
::.: II ugh
senator 1 I. !.U1Jt AduUla out u f'' BIG NAVAL ZANZETTI 1 1..1 I' tH tTHtit. ;and got It. .
At Tatupico the Thos. C. Watson & Co
the lleuiocratio I'.tl ty. All. AUatiis August IMmotit taldr"ii- ;111

will proOaoiy Oe tilt president oi the l! came near putting herself out oi th.- Mr ',;av. -"particularly tin" I I :
STORES uL! h the btu
CONVENTION till ii.tnv p.u.Mivr. ; r ;il.r i- to iifi-r: Jut now. and they .

Mate" Seuate next :npriu:. and tlj"- 1"i.uu>; bU..Ult'' for -<>me time.C.MI i In the Tent .it 15isr lijini.Ja 'I \j,. an kej \ -- !n. "' 'u to. "lIIe and tnvostig.u. ,

mantle, ol ie-oiisibiuty could iiard buckets and cranewere mUCH; --- t }, .!II"" ,-iy i: III l -in .:.'.dI V > ; will never regret havi--! j
ly fail on wntiier oi broader .-auulUtrt. ; 'ucces-fully read the t andof
damaged, aud one ol tier pnj-met SEVERAL HUNDRED TURPENTINE -. n i!!. The sir 111
Ir. K. t'>. Cnii. me Pttiatkaoauter ; ; !L inired-of Pensacola s IJ/I-t -

i- 11-" 11I 4tl"Ut'U fur the positiou. said last niijrH *he would say liert- citizens, anr!, unfed; hy them. tchih i t hihi < r i- Plies weather makes fife

lie wu- at one time state tour week or more for rejiairs.J I OPERATORS TO MEET IN ;11 i 5 decided to remain five iiay-: t L- >il''i.: j filtered gms\ roly. You can Im'l

treasurer and bas, uU l't'veralocea- '- :! l'--r, -.. that others mayive: keen MWCPKinft
I JACKSONVILLE NEXT 1 h< !t'.m J liin \'. !.: nn cutting Lawn
sions, served in ttie .NKt Uuunll4t i For Litr. Mif",. ':1Infolded.. M
stateeuate.. He
; turi d art d.! .L'uh i ( Grass tiheurx jrwn till
13 a 111 an oi ujurxed ability and ufremarkable ; "I was tr-tited: fur three years, by WEEK. our moi.ey bick if 7.1111.(1'"> '
I -'ti an Yoke ol character. A-1 I good douiors, writesV. A. ( reElOUhdbvll1e -;, rexlin; {h not prove torr. et. I.
----- 1 tn ii cLlzttl! : with r. .11
a "pruciical politician" ne ha9 few i } : O., fur Piles aud 1 1 I :<- .t;

equals in Florida, and his -ttttesmanliku i Fistula, but, when all failed, Buck Jacksonville, Fla., ?ept. 3.TheTurpentine I I' 1.11'' till illfidi tI(t. II FRANK SEGARI'S BATH HOUSE(

qualities lt-u's Aiuivitalve mEAT SALE .. ;' :in d I ,lglin i : ',
are also ot a ijjghorder i cttrec me in two Operators' Association

hi sjiitt- of ai. Uii-, Dr. CnllisCulupuratively we k-." Cure- Uurnitruist,, Cuts, i t li.I' .'b! ..ind.!. '. lx-i;' wttera hate 1 n.flii ./ .... .
I with headquarter: m this city, will' OF CLOTHING for white
ETC : peoplii.nil' ,
CornSort tt.'h !
utnu -t
au unknown !i Eruptions. Salt Rheum jiri .i.i. M t
quau- .
hold its Hiiuual fni.. [i.trtiin-iit for ladsat It i it u !
tity in U.e "tuk "llat .... aud Pilet.i u" IMJjf: ,lt \\ A. convention here ,
:; D'Al- ... :i xt fjlttrthl t t Mian'-, Nt-atf. b'--t i', t "
iuch personal foliowiug us that eitib-r- dnu- -t"rt "Sept. lu-llth. The meeting will be have ju-t bought at a r'-ut b tl- : rrt'ii Iii.ii-s" in the ci/! I I': .

wcich the brilliant and magneticAdams the largest ever held. The Weeklyindustrial : can ! stock of C 1ot/1l11i/ ;. Sii ie-. th' n -t t. rilizr M r\ i'M'- Fi: \'h- > <: .

: hue Mtfl's Furni-hin:{ ptc in i\if\ -tore t K.I rtheslii : ; -t 1..1. Cevallo-'uul: % trr i. -- "'
attracted to iiiiuseii. JEWELER IN HIS Record, the ollicial naval 1'
,'at W :South: Palafoxtreet., wi u" ,- ii !i'litbs' t : :

IJIK Jasper \ews priuts a stores trade journal m its -pecial 1beauning'1'hnrsday[ willhf .tf.'r..l1 AA A.htLdl 4' Atilt
muststnsbless at .acrifice price.,: until all I i- nn>-. ;i.' :. !< prn'i: t 1t I ; \-A

t tiraue asaiust tile supreme NEW STAND convention number of Saturday; de- > Cal early at ;!lJIJ) South Palafoxtr "tTliirday I-: =u \v\; : : ;

juab'e ul 1'.'., id.., together with the j rlarHthere will be from +eve u anti a.'t neat bargain-: S : .I1/! ): ., erh.t--; HAVE YOU NOTICED y
} ujviyeto vote dowu trie coutl'.utirinal F. E. HI A\\' :\ EI{ 1
amendment to I have iiiovnl my j J' to ',miidrt-d to a thousand actual operator It : ; .t..tion t ,! j .

Lumber of -upreme court increase tue ;1 120 tutu Palalox. I'Uiiierly "iccu- from a half dizeu states present.Tiie Came Near ISfin a i.'n pplr 'is : ii;, .'I.! :.M. WHAT IS MISSED HERE ? y
but the oi ihe New pied by }i.wa {".''1.. :md im imw program will be au unusuallyinteresting ..,-11 Westhafer, of Lo.i:!not' ...
? over better d IIK is a poor man. but lie -..iyald t.V'9-.grV"vvvvvv
ti.uii eve to
jri e ,
rt.icles lava and
proves the necessity I oue. Uuveruor Jeauiii;{s, *< not be without Chamber! tin sPan

bur aUUltlonai lrlp ju tile oebcll.II great bargains iu di.iir."tid<, watches Prof. Heny and Miyor Fletcher Kilm if it cost five dolUr-

jewelry, etc. Call' aud *ee sue and botle, fur it .an-'Ll hint from *
the present: incumbents are : bt-iu; a l- u want a tu u" It i
let ine will make speeches, besides a number cruple. No external: .
>U\McaU> weak ana su l'OU'IIllfrou. : application iequl ii lif.le! money'; Ii '
uLttrll.nnl i. J.I. STEPHENS.A I uf operator One Lire; rate hastieen to thi- liniment f"ftltf and StrIn: ; -:,-. the jewel! r. HI w .
\\ and
!!"s, little we aie swollen! joints, contracted inu-i-ies. y 'iiniD.nlate you.

,idly IU UeeU ot In ve aid bettelUlrU. given nu the railroads. -tit neck-pramand rheumatiiand

It the {i'>sltl"ll ot sUpreUIn Tilt Industrial Record i< a flttin, muicular pains. It hi- al-o i-ur'-d!
TOKEN OF ; nutjeroucases' of partial piralvsi'It -. All kinds of chain and '
Court jUUo'f Is'
; coUdUslve to intellectual '
t illu-triitioii uf the great interest beiii g for sale ball dru,!; -t- aid Marston '
inability and bodily inertia, UleCICIIIl dealer.. rocking chairs at
t taken in the naval
: stores indus
and their service so worthless to thO' APPRECIATION ---- $ Quina's. Prices are "trylow.

public, why Uut cut tile supreme try. .\ monthly journal a year ago. I will repair your watches and: .t .

i judge out oi the plau of goverumei.i -- i: is out- of the largest trade journals jewjlry. in Srst-clas;?; style. J I --

entirely. The work that comes b r- On jar counter at Hotel E--JUlbll: in tilt Mutti, with its own threeitfic ;teJ heDS.. ,
lure the supreme court is unusually -tauJ.a lare; ud uikulfirru, :: ** plant and a weekly payroll; Garden hose at the Willis ', L. Bear & Co., Wholesale Agts YOU'LL GET THE
i dry and tedious, atilt often o'tresearch I
wreath a gift from the Mi-esColjin i, that gue? up into the three n' ures.Koriune Hardware Go's. > IVurilFla.. froii th'-.- \III" f""-' .- .

are required to verify a I I of Mobile to the Koston Ideal Opera I I letteruul",- \11-' ;
tneu; tact or citatum in a ca-e. Our Kauirh a lean i- of the rit'tit" -.' '

judge: It lttue, are about four Co., :Hl token of appreciation uf' "Hucu,:; ditrein. pains m head. get saes right I:t '
years: behind with the supreme court; the excellent work of the troupe tack ana stoiuaon, aim ti :Ins; witti- F. B. BRUCE toile. \V kStationery .-";' ; : I

work, but this record 'I' 1'rut appetite. 1 be';au to use Dr. -tyl"1: 1
compares: mostlavurably : while is that city. The dei.n. is aLt Kind's .New Lite Pills writes \\.P.

work ol oturr wltn slates the: ,supreme nearly ever court: .1utifulone. and :all who enter the !i I: soon Whlteheud: ttit like ol: a Keunedalt} new man,"'lex.IntalliI and- tm l I is tb Sn'iyf S ad ilil1 t L Li Book Sti ri.YOU'll .

one of which exceed this arrearage.Mates J I hotel stop a few minutes to ad1 1'I! Lie lu j-joaiach and liver: trouble'duly -. g ; n ; ;; :ni;.

too, which cltirn to be uiureeiiergetie rnir- it. :::,c .n D'Aletnberte's drug
and progressive than we Guns Ammunition
Fishing Tackle Bicycle and
claim u. be. Ihe :\t\\ s shy tnesupreme I The n .j
Ill the In of the H."kY""
juj'reare Lot athletes. Xon-Irritating 1 I a tt re ces prK-e evt r sold' here. Bicycle Sundries, Edison Phonograph and Music. hern.many You'll b<- ;..lei--i

'1 Lit can tit icmedieu: : FitZsimiiHiusIs Cathartic U.)1. 1 ryur : turi j with the -tyle iu wMcr- "
pure ctore.Fr Han.moad and Other Typewriters. Typewriter SupplieAll Kinds of i I books are priotpd-r\ ,
out of his game, : now perhaps
ne .
Repairing. Lock Fitticz.1Grade
and Ky i read : "'''l I ;
g would au'tpt the appointment auLk' d Ei} t, !..!t. ass 'rt'fSteHood's a bid: totn. tr..- .n-'uth tike ;( Hammtrles* Guns tforEent. Big Supply of Frh! Shell-, The easily kind of b'tcp\ '.- ': ; '. '

r kuock a lew cu-es tl tiie docket (;i.amben.iii.imuaf ana Liver all at Low Puces.; to buy and r- > '
Tabitts. F..'.rale h.1 ill druigi't-
t,' wren his famous "coiar plexus. Pills and medicine 16
.' 1 t'dlth. South Palafox Street. Coe's Book StorL.

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.. FOSHEE.Vice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. !

vpUOLBTEnER: : !


-'.' t r J Refinishing Furniture a CHILDREN IS ELECTED AMERICAN j 1

Specialf !/. ---

PI10n.O 403. THE OTHER SIDE OF THE STORY, DR. SAMUEL KOCH OF DENVER Designated Depository of the United States.

:?, K. WHITE, Condensed {Statement 'it (i-o-e| of ba-n.e> Au<. :, 1WJ.LIABILITIES..

I Ifaj --
.MunufaitimuK Jeweler ]
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KILO\i, Mi3., eept.1. Hie.!:!. RESOURCE 1
i ..radnate Optician, i iI Th" arrival of Dr. Samuel Koch of Hill Receivable .. ...... ..... ... .. . };35u.4o3 1ft Capital Stock ...... .. .. ...... ... ...... ...

I i I Editor Daily S<'*' IVnsaeolH : Demand Loans. .... . .. .... .. .... ... 997271 Surplus; Fund.... .. ... .... .. .. ....... .. 10,0.0.(1()) >I

st FrnuniU. I It I Dear Sir-In your i-.ue' of Au?. I D nvf'r. Colo. is looked for daily by Overdrafts. .... ... ...... ..... .. ..... ... WDM Undivided Profits .. ........ ... .. IO.t.tll i

I I the congregation of Temple Heth-EI, i U. t:'. Bonds and Premium. ... ....... ..... Is7.171.i; Circulation.. ... ... .. .. ...... .... . . IWJOM
.- :2'.ith you published a news item in i iI I Mocks, secunte. etc.. ... .. ... .. .... 625.l.) Deposit i ....... ..... ..... . .. .. . .. .. 390.13.71
-v ; regard to the runaway children of that gentleman same weeks ago i Furniture and Fixture .... ...-. ... ..... 6.71'Iv .

i I having been chosen as a successorof L R. Stamps.. .. .... . ... .._ .... ...... >* *4 !
one U. F. Gainer of your city. Injustice : Cain and Exchange: ,... ..... ... .. ..... 153.2o6.7u i
t Rabbi Isaac E. Wa;enheim who''
NEWS flOTESIi to the elder boy, Richard I --- ---
has been filling the important position : I710.7W 6., $71''.7U6.K5
Gainer, and in behalf the younger;

.' .... .A I cue, I wish make statement correcting here for nearly live years. 4 PER CENT I INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.

I Dr. Koch w B last heard from in I
many gross rairepreentations .. ..
K. I. I{
in.'.-in.!,' of the .I I --- --- --
Denver and of service
as his term
'. .- itlou Will bt held ; contained in said; article. I to-I began with the first day of Septem-1!
K. of A. Hall. : The 1st of May, 1597\ the mother i Ua

.\1.,1 from several; comi 'I: of thoe boys became my wife rioon ber, it is the opinion that he is now .e,1iltte,1,,. G a10eNe,1A,1i.

..tH: important bu-=i- on his way to Pen;;acola.Ribbi JPf/uJ
afterward there was, a lawsuit before I.

:tu-icted. : Court Commissioner A. A. Wagenheiin was a candidate BIG SPECIAL BIG SPECIAL

Hid Tomd.lIlB, col-I fur re-eltctior. the fifth time
Fisher about the two younger boy I

>i took po-re--ion of I in this trio. Homer Gainerwas I and received i very flattering vote, NN1O.............. ill .BC...............f.NC52sEsas2S
.i'e: home in the ab- runaway
but Dr. Koch received a majorityand
tamely, sleeping there I given to the father and Roland I 2SE525252S25?C;cff
was declired the choice of the
,1.1'. carrying oil a iiurn- I, Gainer to the mother. Feeling that ---- --- --

,ken-, were put ou the I It congregation.;

1 I i\- this tnorninsc.I I II. if she could not have both children i: Plans of the former Rabbi are not Ready=Made Sheets and Pillow Cases: !
: it would be better for both to remain 1 1i
.. of ascertained, bat it is stated he will
I.I :_- N 6-:'. Knights
together the mother let bath
.. .1 I ii.-tall: I'rof. H. K. :i stayywith : have no diillcuity in securing; THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
: the father and has never attempted I I < tt t t <
mcellor commander .
i another good station.Dr. .
,'!11 iu-t.. at 8 o'clock, : to get possession of them I',
I Koch i is a inau. a graduate BOARDINGHOUSES AND HOTEL
: < <
t:M y will have u fish since. There were two other children HOTELS S .

'.1 1 .uberof other I'ythiannli I the oldest boy. Richard and : from the Hebrew Union Collegeof :'- a HARVEST OF t'NL'M'AL VALl'ES that await your reipirg.: Hive: ;. TIMK and

'illy iuvited to at- Cincinnati. anJ i* said by tho-e MONEY--the like of which will n"t ippear a.plll: 0011. Don't dll y ur-elf :ll1ll1jll"UC- neglecting such an
; one younger than the other two, i iI I
I who have met him to be a man of opportunity. The I5RAXDS and
I whom he never tried to get posses- the :indard of Exrdt.IIl'11: hef-U have gonerou three in. heni-. j
:._ people's Christian: I fine education and superior attain ,
I Jon of, not seeming to want them. I
1 iiiveraulist church Invent Hi date from
graduation :
c" ption tomorrow eye I September bat, iHUO, I moved to SHEETS SHEETS I PilLOW CASES PillOW CASES !
will be
j: last July and Peuaacola: hi;

t l.\,k in the p-irloj of i Mississippi from Pensacolu with the i fir-t MONARC13. . .. .,Ixttil. ... . \lcE'nt"each L.HLE:':' } lxIIi.; ; tl l. l1t.. otcllORICOOD
.u tumor uf their pastor: : mother and two boys. Since that :\1(I"\ .\ R('H . . 1xli.; I"hit-rush
i I \ . . .-- :\;. .,. . . I t'. llt; ea.11 "
I . . .
i The PensacoH congregation are KIXU. .1)1; ; 1 ,
Athiliti J. Irwin.11 I'time Richard ha: never left home DEFENDER . ;:!X'II}. . . .10: cpnt, ;; each OHWOOD" I.xar.'. i -....l'I''h.-( f"tchXORWOOO.

:i-i- :n.J their friend are until July the nth of this year, when arranging to publicly install thtir ,:' . . . 4Ix9o: . . .'j.Il.Pllt+ .ae'l IEFIANul-------- .1:4: . Yne''nt+ tavh

HlMttd til attfcUd. new pastor (.n September 20, the

Hun -, white for curing j brothers he left I'.iloxi in vi-it his He father certainly and I occasion to be one of great: moment Extra Special---Sheeting and Casing by the Yard--- Extra Special

,,'r-"Uatin'aii: olliuer, plead- ( Among; the prominent divines who
rat:\ ) Hanu'ainst I could have had no chance at a previom -
today: and had a I will be present and take an active 10-4 Dover Sheeting Pepperell Sheeting 00 |
him. He pleaded I attempt to kiJu-ip the boys. I iC \T'lri,I1 110.4 '/1

.i i- drunk lat night; and : And the one it is stated; came from I part in the installation ceremonywill Unbleached Unbleached ..:: C111'. (I

i be Itbbi Alfred Mo-es of
whittle Mayor
lu-tily. :, ISiloxi to live with them had never I
u-iranl: this plea an ant : Mobile. Otners will possibly attend. 46-inch Bleached Pepperell >
: left Peaeaeota.i I \,/ J & B. Forbes W.. J. & B Forbes
of .
termed 12 *
I he one i I 1 I For this occ 11011 the most au-pi- v casing, \c yard. .- ;
utleued the "\UII..t 21=1. jut i 'tali we received
I cious arrangements; are being made, ._
information that the boy* had disappeared -- -
i j I a program of which will be made .
-.i "uy, proprietor of J from Peusacola. Feeling that I Ii If YI-II I'.uy TI"li! 'i' the B..-tlll1 ;-h".e Store, Thev arc (food !
i public soon.;
: i !June Shop, hade I I something had caused this sudden '! MARITIME.
The Rabbi has
retiring :
l.- t large rubber departure (having jut received a I I Biggest Shoe Sale of the Season !
t I.I-t! Week by i friends in Pensacola amou. peoplenot -- !
letter from Richard saying he would
:.-elthe( loss alined with his doctrine. 1'ti- ,
{ ufit be home for tour weeks more). I.V' 'I. r- I I XO OLD -ECOXH HAND -. !'O'K. IX TIMS '\,\ "F.
.; d 1 ordered it ; fact he received a Jlattennvote Fori |I' ;II <1
: that if tilt'hol' w e begun an investigation and find I l 1.0"E.Ton' .
proved hr- is leld In high esteem hj I'l"" I
hi- will : the of their be Mere an.11m. jirifeLa.lie :
true cause leaving to ir.I'\I: u L. I 1- 1.\' P.-n I '
coat IS I many iu hicougretion, but a majority -anlaLumlI .. t"'trr.l. -i.U sigh .; .' -I I : Oxford- Meal KidPatent Leather ana Vicl Kidall our
I- till inhuman treatment from that fntli< >'. .<. i .It Ininl,.I i 'tHAH Illilti.T. new tin-', style* and -old for *;;. during / --ale. fc>'AM
wished change aud threw their \"l\lu" ih -,, our Ladies' Oxford awl ColunLtl, in Idt'ull\i.I.IBt I P'!tont L..uther
B. F. Gainer. Am cliu 1 HiriiiaiiMj' I lark by N ;.
., .i strength to D". Koch. 8 H'ofor MBX.I,,:. I. I'll. with Situ It and Vici Kid. which -sold all -",i-iin at *2 5o. at tl.i- -.tit fur }I 7,"..
; t' 611Lage lie got drunk and run the boys I lUIIlliiT VHlll- --'.I"+ ,HidAlleil Our Lad I.-' #.' Oxford- all >ntp; "-, Pitciit Leather tll'. -t'k tip
-',<'. I lit' il Opera' i 1 heavy and 11.t -.1.I .. nuw fl 1 I ITfiee I-
i i; '.. AVil.l Ui.Ir Par'e.1Vith ,
out of the house, one being without \ >) .
1" r t I."(%-.. wa THE SHIPPING. ire 1+,1\ a few uf t1!" 111'lliy ',,rl'I| Ii'rII'-) ire nit' raIl:' I'i "

:; .;!. ,in-hi iu'4 with I a hat, two of them barefoot, and i i family around expecting him and 1"VIIII'.d, t'. i'the In-t plat'b.: huv .Iihh.i I 1.- f ..!\\' ,T Isis ] .
fur life is lea-t mi i- ,.:
todip. a on riding iny
apr; ,limn that the oldest boy without the clothes :
miles, to get Dr. King's! New Dis- .
nctint, nf the I he had taken there with him. In .rBAMSHII-.%
c"verfor Consumption: Coughsaid .
Br ViuiMt I'-lmont. : Kf'Si- too
utatl". .\ ;'reaterhe attempting to !gu back, he seized a ColdW.. H. Brown, of Lee- tjuir Transit < o Boston Shoe
.' : Mi t xl"'llt'l1ct'd' yule, Ind, erdured death' agouie Br Burbo Bank 1-IT Hbikleton, to 'lull.! Store
hatchet and threatened them so.verely van Timber "'oBr
from asthma but this wonderful
.:' t. a- tI I-tandard City of l lou..I..r. 24).'. Miltiurn, ti-
,, .. dared not b icfe : medicine d VflIltUlt relief aud Gulf Tr n. 10 .
they gu any
ii will t" I wi. rt-tl. :i ip"pulat'I'tt non cured him. He write- : "I now Kr nlrnesk.:. II'.;. 111111'1"11. oH L' .1 :N 1'1'1(1\ t.. I ttlH : )'If.pllrti.i.
more. -l..epoundly niglit." Like Br Koreit hair ..14. I'mKl'.am, tr> \\ L
""'- li "lld.fI1I1I1I1": every WiltK'btkCn
ti,tut-, i- : The oldest boy had &M'" in cash. marvelous c'trek of Consumption.Pueuuioni I I,i L'rI)1r.-moreh'>'I.Iatursto *
; :i. i'.rouchith.Coug-.Colrt- : I Inu..I.u 1 __
1tII.lIh.r-f.q! I ll! the up111..11 The others had none. and Grip prove it-., nrttchlemerit Br J'tirtUKaltt-- 7. Koberts to I'.n.a"-

\ Inu W" i "llle tll'' I found where he bought a hat for for all Tiiroit and Lung iroulil.... la fir Lumber Itollierrteld! o l..". Chaudl f) half I II
kii'-w can ( bottle"UK: and SI /61 ,,I transit ('oI'.r OF PHAHjL\CY.1a \
1 vy tl.-y the youngest one and -hirt* for the Trial: bottle free at '\'. A. D'Alem- ,. Kosi-iifld. 1''-,v. "ftssan. to L ok N; Ky
at the 51 eri HrMUaht.. 1757; 1'mdHll! tel{JuU IranMtl'O I
want i
y youth P-ilafox.
two, as they were very much in need bert dingtore, 121: 1 : k< Ininl of' I'll'irrnn* t Con 1m '<' I In I'" inns 1,1,
the reason they go. Br Ursula Bright 1114, uoode. to W Hker
of them, and then presumably they Cleaning idles skirts and waist .k I'.. I'mill ., '. ....'- .4 1.'II.r- ..11111.,1 ,'y i .-1( i.-1. ,,1'11 \K\1. 1l't113f|
i It ;.MI turn alto popular i : H'r wilhrlmmLMtame, to h'r lulluSehreyer r.'J'f\.h.J \ ''; I'Hlsl" ".\ ,,"0111.1"d.: .1ntp'.. .. .. o.
i the traveler- alike. ; started on theIr long walk for Hilovi is one ,.f '"T specialties. star; Laun- I I"HIP" bnd' "i,fc .4 .li iii-t1D tItttt.a'Imin. [>i prm'tu "III' n- .yu'ua.,.?,,... ;\i..n ut.C'nn.onnwl "!..-o-.
>lunhI-1 -' h- >" ; |IT.I--IIIII 7. an.l7-'; r \ \H'--1 Khhl lEWI'III.II\-4.I.\
: Itaxnlogi.t-are etui and mother. I leave it to the publicto Kn ndynnon, OJ. 1'.1I"r..n. to Haar, I

,'. I "'ilv tin bi-it IiI. l>llll\\'()itA 101 I
: .. I.P'GERS I. judge what treatment they must : NEWS NOTES Nor Nun-it; ,....' KI' ,-n-.fl to ordrrKiii TO THE PATRONS OF Hotel Camden

have received to make: three children \ .
IIiii \i-lrnl: i Ia -ton to
: :: A\ "- 'ii i" i Hun--, toiirdr'l
of their agee;; undertake such a trip. ..
FROM FLORALA : K:1'. --i" IJ.! -. 'n I' V 1"'u <
Nor \r"i I phit'.uriler 1 \MIIIN.: \L\IS\M ,
ly consulting the police docket iI

ARESIGNIFIGANTj uul your own file of your isue of I!i -- I The principal! : will l)., it Publi' Is Now Open to the Public.

: School l X... I frow thid tie until
January, Utnl, you will rind Floral A.I.. :L' -Work on THE WEATHER
I October I, between ti.e !hourol '., 'i '.di r t''j'- in/ 1/1I'It ..r
i where thiauiH R. F. lamer and 1! the L. II( X. Men-ion' from Opp to
a. m and I p. m.. fur the! purpo- .ifeximmiiu
wiftwere fined by Mayor Hilliard Floral: i is projrre-smjr finely. The cli
and:: "ifyniii new MRS. S. MIMS
fur cruelty to 'ue of those children. depot mite here will soon be ready: pupil-, and 'ueti olJ pupiN who f ttl- ,

MIJ tu \>promoted a* are entitled tnAtientinn
tp II- II' ht'r"!Ir'H't. n.'T ;are many people iu Pensacola fur the foundation the building. --- r.-..x'j 1111 II Jt lUl. i IV i u-'iU! Kl..'id.i.RA'IIS .

I .|Ii,i- >r tt"ir- wt.lit to who know these things; are: facts. I The tie contractor is at work with Ii i i Local torei-a-t-li. u-rallv !u f"f".oI: i" called ttl the following
rryuirements i : I I I RIASONAWJ:
.tdd.1Y III re-poll-e I ;am not seeking; more trouble, camp; near the city. i I and varehl.Temperature -- IIL.lhl- XtjpUjil" d< siring to enter any

.I! .in Lieut.Coinmauen and only wish to see justice done: People in large numbers are comI -- grade will be required pa- examination r.yttieIU-, W..k'Or Mont!

: they got there : It is in defense of a wife and her I lug here daily and several families in Last 2! Hour,.. : 'I I below with iu an all Hvrjjfe rtuJieof of the uotthan grain leis Table Furui-lid wit, P,.. Jest ttt

. in figure on re- '. children that I make this tatPtnent, are camping out awaiting the com- )I\y.III'im ;7 drgree.Mmimuut degrees I I 75'I Market A Iord-.
I I 1'apilwho w'-re prevented for
soil kalHitniuiuu of I!I :and trnn that this may be the end i I pletlou of hou
1 ic'- jialathl residence of a very unpleasant aflair for a I Work i- also rapidly progressing: Mai. Min. : from tikiiur the final exuniintion
last will be unwed uuJer Harnj-Ie R ,olnntrlidty ''.
'd theut'euut'. if not for all. the parties eon ou the Jackson mill. Manager. Atlanta ...... .*. ToKisnmrck May the I
: part, condition .
sun anew
.. .. 7. HI l'ul'II.[ Mites Mudfto
bid- for the cerned. ;. }[:arlan is away on business, but 'hIC"II" .. ... i'; ,41 1'upilwho failed in not more than Traveling
: tit: i i Ouclnniitt .. .... -. IS tI-i I th.. : eX'lmiuation'will Men.
iw.iided is uot in it- Now, I leave it to the public and will returnaturday.. (tttiirslim....._ .. ... ......_.'*" 71 ontudy in
I b."Xlltnllit'd that ,
,i Huron ..........-. M !' study
hut Ismade a-k what other coarse wa ;1 The Yellow River Road i;. doing a Jacksonville .._. .. ..MS if I and will b.. r"luirPr to make not
: a proviso ; Kans City... ..... 7t > less thato CONCERT: AND DANCE: ; AT
,iwarJrd the con I left for the children Was it not tine business, freight receipts frequently l,, K..yIio!e>t ... ,M.. H 7nMtmpbu I The exiiiiinatii'ii- ill be held ac- MAGNOLIA BLUFF THfUiDAYXKIH

\ '-'..mi1pletethework natural that they would undertaketo bein s-o heavy that them i.* Mobile -.t 7n i! cnrdinir to tli*> followiu !schedule: r. TKAIXS AT ", fc:*) A.\D
;: Iontglm"ry ...... :C j'' i trade 5. .
reach mother by auy mean- at all? no room in the warehouse for themI NfSt Sl''or.,. utlrane.. ., ..... \011,2 7t1'iol"a8nnab I Tue-day Monday. Grade G. "tl:5Ii.* Lair TlCKKr.25 HtAIX KKll-UXnAT

i-- ''ii of this, an oillcer .\ndIr.. Editor, I think you will I and they hive to be kept in box car 1..01:1.. .._. no ;.. i4 Wednedaytrad*- 7. UKior.Tli CKXTri: AT
'; Thursday*: Grade *.
11.tralVtse i : will be i not refu-e to publish this to correct i i until delivered. Fridays:Grades !f and lo.

regard to the i The school opened Monday with i NAVAL STOKK3 MAUKKT. Pupilmut provide them=elves Ililttr.-.. fr
unth and all this I 1i any f:il-e imp re-si nn in I I the
; with pens. pencil and piper. aud Ml t .
I lie v. -"Ij here.Save .
''II:pleted before he oldest boy, Richard who was a protector fifty-five pupils. 'tW'portf'1t Daily for The Newi b, must report at It.,, room formerly occupied oriM I'r\r.

brothers : tjinte a number of buildings, are Union >&\al Stores Co. by MIa Cook. in the ba->e-
his two I
to younger
lat" than !i o'clock
I NOall.ww. | meet not r 011
BTOI1. .A. .
instead of a kidnapper. now .- 4i'i tI II :; :I HAKKV E. OKAHAM. ;
8 an tts -e K'J: 1 h2r A ABA "
; -'-iiin this community Col. J. E. Hughe-sold twenty-one : wu .., A : U I .r.. -ept-lw I'nncipil.: .A .
Respectfully e'
iroin kidney complaint I( :0 ...... 1;: Y .... 1.1%', :gnatveof #Il.f-p"
tl'ill ital results by u*- : Jo*. HARRELL. Tots yesterday and it w a- not much E 1 :; .. i 1 Thos. C. Watson & Co., .

-. -. ---- -- of a real estate day either. HK .... .. ... :. D... I the leading Real Estate A"enH. take
Kidney Cure.V.. A. I L... ... .. I .k DtJOW I ,'
rheumati-n otf the shoulders of
Scrofuli: dy-pep-H. -- : :all the worry ti.e
i 1st l S. Palafox. 17 by
drlBlTB T0EPKT1.1I1CA.ST70n.IA. Jlooeytare
kidney complaint catarrh and general a Jar Co-Igr.-th..captaln.o"n..r.,- of for Brit-. owner of property, manage the \ you r f/crni--

debility are cured by Hoods 163 Kotbt-r'-ll T.ll tw r. rentIng of their houses and the collection -
'1 eff (111(1shin; I sj'Onsibh! for drtitcontract at Marston $ Quina's
., T-JK-J !ti; N1,9 A''Fai' Bh l of their rents
r\ ed bv the crew of said v +l Bean tit : a- conscientiously -
d : t: l'\y-Dt..} //f' Great Furniture Bmpo-
',it everybody at t as they would themselves.
the TIctlinR W S KtywtKCo Caplsnonllnte
Pyny-Balwrn Stop
::-It << Their charge are very reasonable rlll.m.Fp .
.s Hardware Go's. std arlcay ails;a mrurW..oi; III Yr'0.wt J





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u I .,
| 'SI.'rtintr Iirl""ur' father L''e'zlcti .r. -
and lillfd Liraseif.:' ]lied Mr*. J. 11. Ilaiinx, of Cltiean! way into the Mood, anJ are forced '-"v th.--tLt: : .'\ t: .

j with us; mother! .Iah ina. and f.'rniul and of t.j v dike;
111., Pri i i'Idif flIirao1'.11:(' puns the skin causing > irn iir, ?'

ud write hookI'liout i"-et':,;. \Vhei. tlai, .lddre.-e.. Comfort,' itcUr.galW5: no rest night or day I\7tna apjKdirTcnnt > < j' :

1 I.: :: t>;b tr laird, Le planted titr $.TJ.u .\ '' \Vortl. to WoheuCiiililLhth. L'eeardiit,; Tuw.t" E TARIFI--Frtl-: Ull- lorn.Ix.j'innin;::- frurui'ntlv a> \ r.tre r\<;l'- .

!.'. \in','ts and pansies, and at the lowed :, fr.
c>infracted : r. veelRouLJ : \ little Misters or pimples -:a whah a i': .r-,

h I >.I \. .'- a white marble uionnuieiit lnattcr,4'Ltt, f.,t" .
-- towa.'t; s in aud out .i..t1 ton -
t t..i! I I..' .',dIl1 di-pl ty aaj taste moth SALT RHEUM or scabs ; th! : ; I-

. ..._ I' I I.ut tia- old l lau>"s name" and "Pr"i.,.-, I'iNuii\M \MnMiersB harbor iroe'jc., : per tlltJ. This: -l1r.Jtni\ calla: l S .:
m t drt-u 1 iluMU: ,mnfraftfr theynow : h
Ioj t.,.i. i -:f -lit- died { the v::lue of Ljiliii 1'. 1'ink- rate applies wbt'ttH'b-bb tow- or acid poison Min:.times dry up the natural oils ,11.1 1 t:

.v ,\ t in- was the last nau m the \'il-!'* Vegetable Compound. hard! un'' dry. often cracking ,m-! b'.i.edin.j! and ("1'1'0"1 C ,rJtubberhose ".

-> In tier han iwaJ- 1t'lHluld \\ hilt I loved ihil: 'Irvn I dreaded the not. fearful itching. This torn ot Kczuna; is known a. T. .

i U.. \i' nut when the little i .it- ordeal, fur it K-ft m j weak and sick I I Ve-sel!, not free or contracted for : I attacks the hands and fett j'. .

| Kii< i. MeAliibter, tame i.tu Inward B. lla..t, lOc. per ton ; TETTER in the shape of pimples an I Iup ': '-. ,

iiu. } tr,' hi wa 8-trurU. CvirjlKulju 'm the face tie -k and shu-: "
iiuil and told her aUiUt hiI.' l loaded. 15c. per ton ; moving lu harbor .
A nt T., j.: )':"r:::'. or iitr :: I i polluted blood, and this humili.ttingdIsease is :;

: .! ...m.' t.. :. : 'a :: "'. : t :'-t" i tin:' haulms: Liustlf !la prison ai d ;3c. per ton. ;remedies afford but scant relief. The blood! and systin !. .-

s.11.L! totur :. ::: \, :'. .11.1 ,UOIi.l l.ou Lis was, and tint ls3 i the onthe disease
; l
a K City, to and from Qnirautme. 4c. ptL cannot e reachv.powders : t' .:.
j Mmtiinir was odd. too. ai'd wouliii..: tI t I A G tiE or other local applications s. s ,
: .
BRABFIELD'SFemale ., ood She list'nl'tl with }per ton ; M, and from White Point, .
I loiiii any ? 1 ( fi I deteriorated blood to its normal con..t! '. .

II her eyes big aid ':001! and n ""tie Lot 4c. per ton. sluggish ().r :l:1sanJall the\va matter isclinanatM: : "
Regulator 'h of red htr cLct-Ls like a tl;:IllJ I Z
.at. on
| through channels. S. S. S. raa\i.s t1
SchoonerHound! -Li.;ht, or pn'per :: ::c ( C' "; t C... (_'
is the e-.s',aria.! tiat, \' of jiowetfu 111"11; of 1 tititt. but she never said a word ; 1, I blood ri'-h ,.nd strong, and under its tonic and ill\'l-,, d.

It i la a tin t ur 'h.ll'n"1""t ad i.1},U.I "lUt we wen cot prepared for tin loaded one way, 15c. per tot. ; loaded rating tllects the general health improve*., and the !0\ .,.. ,

for wof1t a'-i'< .Kate trtani: .in. ai'lu.t lasu nor-t. A slay or two before the wed- I c\ both WilY, :(lc. per ton.Steamersloving I I! skin. bc.' nws st ift and smooth a.::am. ;::::;; -.I

'h tomi ih! it it i> a:>\ i\a pTojjt.rlasv.mibtol > lUiu in tomes Mrs.: Johnson and says, S. S. S contains no minerals but H -ltr"I'I.1 '
g :;:
..:t.1 t 1.1 n into the svtt -m. ( : in harbor! t'2:*
'Shut the d the -
mrs tight wi.i
up : Write if need medical advice
us tinA;
.t you :: '
Stoppages, .o'PI rcssion, ]i.nuful < r other ,.Orw ,,;bOiut'thin to tell 411yr 1: each tu over
irregularity t'e menses and I>iitLlv flows II gut youtlntt'il f' _.. ,_ employed ; ae i-tinjj Illustrated bock: on skin diseases stet frte.

are corrected std cured by the regwlu i.ialve jour hair rise up, sin -.. / ""T..l v.-(. j I, ?luO eacn tug employed.KrEVEiniRiM. 1 THE SWIFT ep. rirt 1'1 a. .
: '
I wln-iK'rinj like. So I shut the --
-ajs I I
use of *his surK-r'i.r enitner ; >jue.M'nstrnatu \ -=..
CtiAR'.Es-Di-- i iI
.u. r.r {xruc !lows, necessitates i tli'Xlie <-la>pi'Sr her hands together IMts. I Foley'Kidney Cur make thl> '
brt-king faro .!' cols !hni : the I.Lf t.III" POSMMtl.. : J H. rU.KlN- !' Ballast kalI < .j.
; ::: r. < ; : charging: ijc : guano, di-pa-f'd kidney anund *o tl.ev will I '
} mucous and .1 rt t on-trudion i ."It- shout .Mihiidahe went on. for nmnth. after, and at the time I I time poi-oii-friiin th! blood.: the Tfjjelimite IIIP''l 'r, ir .

after emery -> kne>-,, \\!.uh u> ',<..iupanie 'liti.i.:"- gut a toiLb-to"t: fi her'Vli thought death was \.J'dme relief ; nit, salt, etc. 4Ja ; saciein big 3Uc ; \\', A. D'.llenlbcrte,11 S. Palaf..x. -
and !. .. but. before la-t d1i,101! < born I I Knou (ITU, ,,, ,
l with niJikeil -i
< ci r .M n >"s ot I '\ <" asked I, as if I dii'ii't know ni} ; a Ii i, pyrites. 25c. : K. R. rails 35c. Loading
. bloo-j. Such d..lnI"; ..r.f\'try apt to product g'tt dneiehbnr ado-e! .: 1..1 it t I.l'itik. I f.',dD L!'>l.l..k. : J. .
I l-ut is.\ klitei knocked to,I'tl..I', and 1 : : Timber 00::. Mcu. ft. : lumber J
; chronic? v.ttirrh. 1x'tr'Trhea or l>amrjrotaliU' ( (/JII (>UlIIIII, and per i i Pocket curlew and scisYou
Whites is the: -lilt 0: tl.iin titing{ di,. fr-t! tlu'ur.| i i: I u,1 that tt j k'l't Iwr n ith :jour Tills I 70; to HOc. 1.UOU lumber and : \ will have 5 n[ifloer i-. r
per ; !
charge>. Regulator cure 0, these tP'L Lis I I :M.rtiin, r BaiUiur; :ishe.. 'lly +1 1i 1: and Sanative \\u-'i! f'r four month- sors from the finest to the\ fiarden- t : '-

and reports to j*,ritct ht .Ith the Patient ,i II' ;lltt'W Jihnnie was after a bird's lefore the child1hrth ;- it brought | timber, on deck 'j.i to Stoc. per cu. ft. ; cheapest at the Willis own rjund..ur. .* .'.. -.

who buffen fUbilltai.i lost s. i ut-t in a tr ,- that ;t.nd.m bis pirUei. 1 wonderful r. ti.' f. I hardlfwJon : and bulk ;i:1: h"imp, and !leer. .
of Ixittle. ache and when the child was i stowing trimming !jrrain. 'Hardware Co. I tuougU he n.ay : i !. .
or pain.
Buy drug vt. fol i t AI per I T limb broke and down hf : t ,
Our illu;<'" Nik mailed free wt ;.t right on to the root of the old +,1 t -n diy s old: 1 I h ft1.\' bed strung in f l.uo per 1 iH.m bu. sacking grain, per'I I rlvery woman wiir- > .
..:,Ith: EM'rv> !..' "lfall! I nota'm I own:and if she will i\ \
'Perfect Heath for Wojnen. outhouithai h.'iMi't ''''f.11 U!'IH! for '. bu, ',c. ; sack hire, 3c.towing; I ;
jK>ttleuf IJ> iliaK.riiilvl.iiuNVcKtabl I mnwlt'.an-: Thus. C. Watson & t.'J.:
2HE DSADF.ELO REGULATOR CO.' Atlanta Cl y/-.!r.. It went in under him like tin- ,
< ,' ('II!ll'Hlillil ..I"' hind it keeps lack grain, doc. ; cotton i screwed The uudersi teed take-tin-method !' leading float E.: it< .
tier and he could hum.elf .
.is soon a1 piek
in continual ;! health.Iht
Le ex' < nt can how her how
and fl'Ull1ll\o bones broke what ;toe. per bale ; loo-e, hand stowed.1 )f oflerianer ;;service a-> aj I ion ', : j
up -. I. II IIA-ir*. ".- Inti..i..i! Ave., !' />.
flr-t-jlasg licenced midwife having
Mmiild Iw we bui a sew wliito ;::rll\ .'. ('hli-a;!il, Ill. $:;OUO / m't if above ttstimutlat :"1)C. pet bale ; round bale 15e. aLalt- ; had 35 -. ----
("}.urrllll a I.eii.latlte ('nuil.iliite.Winston I stoiustanding la a corner against r tgtri' if ytarpxpenenct} -
" (' "'hi'I. the popular sure] M.Uitrubbish.. lie went up to it and i, Care ai..l taroful ritunocl i isT '! oil :I'J::. ; pho-phate rock, 'Ille. : Can give be-t of rert,reucefrom : Buy a new ;(fr't'. \e

1st wht IMS iu-i i "1111' out .11 a Indit.lltl' saw "Melinda Darbuur" cut on it and bit tlnM-xpcct.nit and \\otild-bo ,,, and 5c. extra for lenl n6 ;; -ta'eI. leading phy-u-uns::MRS M of tin-CumiK.NS city. from the 1J 1 lilt t' Il" I. re

fur the li ;;i-t'n.: : in New IL.tlnpshirIhers the date she Is to die.' mother imct land thi- cnuu-cl: i I. ,
< >
.| and general cargoc, lJc. ; cottonseed Jltf 111 f out i DeVilliera st
at ( 'urn.N.! II He was Itorn '1 IIHII1 1 Uheve it,' said I. but I felt 'tIlt'! fan Mtiiridiont cost lay I,(1 I CompallJ.II" .

in :-:1.: I '::1- \uv in. 1S71 std lntiat faint it hi'art. i i i"As rit ill;: to Jlrs. I'iukhaiu utLjiiu meal, bone, bran tl'JUf.rJIII.; .

(f I :''''1' : . 'Jf fltj. hut hi4SRf suou as I said I didn't believe 3Ia". u -u :.r. and like general car,.'oe- in'' MOFFETT'S '

: ;tlh.! it.t ..,'.. o! \aulI' ate! eunl,". I Mis .1..l1ul'On said would T- Cris Chr'i: ,
\vc go our Earth,uak!! at Carupano. i i bats, :30e. :ik iron
., ,, | ; ro-in, c. ; pU ,
f old ,
X. r 1-:1: nlt" k.; Th '
coring i .. land s.'C.ud did )
we po; Paraea.Vrwui !la Sept 2.- \ : the Ber' i,' ,
author'I!I "!ti' ham! 10rll-1 dumped, 2c.: ; trnmred and stowed, : ,1
I ; in"r In-ill: til the fields
i ; army 5tionc tair'rjuikelm':Is was felt at i' IA9t1MfJd Childrmi ,i- p ,

.. I 111 "dtheeornhouse.Vesawthestone, Carupaco. Saturday at p m. It 'I We. ; tobacco, 6i.c.: per hhd. I # s> yf | Aids Distil g'. a,
,..... r. .. -\i.,. jest ::s .lohi'iiie said, a real graestoue.if 1 s (TCCTHING.POWDEUn the BiihiK
"'" ,. was accuaipanied hy n r.nsewhleh ;, Bunker coals may be had, trimmed i i
/J.i' ,."... "" "'' '-:'tt', ..\\, w h'ti iuirbL. nod on it the nameM heard along the whole shore ( I { i Costs Only 25 cents at 1 Druggists thiEErtt t: '
f }>, \\ was of. { ,
'.\". ,l"i'a! P.arU.urwith the date 'Sept. under chutes or at It. II. wharve-, j' +t !
.. the Caribbean sea._ ,: mailii cuts It C J. MOFFETT M D.. sV LOLpr' VCUurrhoi
:: I i' 1 it. Hut the euuldu'ttk. -
iw rest we
I IIndian's fcrSJUUper short ton alon ;-ide in
.' nta. .,. .. out | on the War Path. ,' ; ;: II". t ,. .' 'I 1""
J ....., : ;: trimmed in n .
\ ( stream 25c. extra I'
v.'i: i' Omaha. Neb. Sppt.GO'ernor
: ;.t oI.Vif 'iI! s /puns I' I..t her live three'I TitltIA .
: .
...untilMa,*' h.-aft-U ""i':if him!' Savage has rrco'ved! word! of an up. stream, 50e. extra. t. ,, '. I
'I I ( I" I.I.n .
"ht fr4ry'r ; ; -::.\ :Mis. J .li'ison. lut.iijins:; diffireiit! rising of Yankton Indians at Nap;>r.Sob. POKI CHARi.Ea-Wharfjh'<-, -ail: : :'G.- _

f\ ... : trt ui w hat s r ."I .. and the mor of that place rL' -- -

\\.-...". f.'1 I, "'Un. nt':. t .j ':, I \'. ,'ut to Mflinda | qu sts the governor to send assist 3-10 of Ic., steam ,';c. per ton per''' \P 1 I -

I' !.a t..I'l! l.t( r 1 11vVlf! ( tl.llh And. ar.ce. day Sundays, and holid.iyi--xcepted| ; '

's .// .' r ,':r I tau ,,, !' .. it, siif said flic. .n/l11 ill at the sjpl'and
/ harbor fee; lc. per ton ; !v. per ton ,
; & :Mrs 1 I. !:!.MCI it'tl I had min'
IuetoraCould Not ller. cJ
J h .... ]pi rain. :Int other people'sit Help I for steamers calling for bu'ikni- ; ,
r .. "I had kidufy trouble for years," i secure the melt delicious > n -
Ir..t lr
l-i I h..d: Im'.i-'hi iii'a thou
'- .'.t. 1ii T \. write Mr-. Itiymond Conner of quarantine, none. of Ami'ru
beery'L't produced in
_" \-l t: ; t- I''d l'te him just '
-& ;f. \ Shelton, Wa-h.: and the doctor;; PIUIIAUE TARUKS-I'ti' f""t "f
.. ):.t'J.,(> )'iJ'b.I \ ..' -:. id1 l I.t.. could not help me. I tried Folt'v' '
O'ms.y \( ... _cr '' :: .- I'.. .\ '.*.ti., rarr6'!, "1 the Host day Kidney Curtand t"e'Er fir.t doa- draft. up to and including (.. "tIf i ; He drinks bcstvhodriksM.M'

>. .. :.Gf T. ..1'.1.I !bat lllilJtl:1'I1S white srave me relief and I am now cured. I draft MX feet $2; nine fe't, *:< .- fei

*. $! ,'''rftM-J I _' .st ,: :'ll -I.". tltlll'-Ii! SO that I C3tlnot -:l\' too much for (1 le\ '- ;: thirteen aud half feet, H ; ninuu-n fig ''rv a' .
/'i *: 'J w vjr '.::0 ,'..nlll I.aldl.walk. They went Kidney Cur _" W. A. D'Aleniberte, : r\III'\b..t Beer i.s brewed t'rorx n p rialK 1.'
121 =. Palafox.tndersv"ed. and a half feet, $;j; twenty feet andover : .c-J milt malted inncobrd.ince uith the b 'vt (, ' ,' nay ,ltrai.i: and wo flees some old \
Mf M $ !i. Each harbor f \ oj '. Our the
rnoHinpiit.j test
-1 hops I
Lt-. 1: sji,,'c iftr'i ni. I but all the wishing of --- -- : : are money car ;
'I.. .,. J- I I ,\ \\ a. .L'' >n 1:1'\1', tnd 1 never saw I} its n !!apntaler.F. I ? ; city to quarantine or nc'I.r.I.. -.'t! PST BKEU'i.NG: CO. I

; ..,f.}Ci; >' .. I r'I.t'y. iili sin U a wliiiift face.Tl'i L. I'mUiwiHid of New York who I *10; steamers calling for bunker! .:, J

; '* *n'ii. .,waJ nearly! three | is arraiifiiutin; si utj. million dollar : pay, in and out, ?;?.::5 pH foot of I

.... hra' :!lLT., nf IL1't'! n tiny ,.:tm.- bark to the j ji "a..I. nail toiu'niintioii! in the smith to' draft. --\1.0---

4 ., ,, I .!.I huii-i but 6Iksrid! they were not iI l i! ,
.1' J :'.-.- ire ,I-: >f U.u.r> the S<) !th-1'u Cotton Yarn ,

1-: :a : '. Nm, Iuglan'l. Mr ;, I h ,'j'; \ ; tint she u <'s a- ,-t Id as a stone i tu'i 'i'ii.IMUJ t-jiajf liciii ( 'hjirkMoii, S (. : Howaie "( the l\nifr j jNo FINE \WINES I ETC.(

I'hunli.Il i- : "x at work i n .t III .-' !| hi- was tilwajb at his books and It i- t iU ..t biui that when is a lad hi profpi ha advanced more j LIQUORS ,

'. i ::11 I ,, .' .. .1.! :MlllJ \\ !'til t1! U tllU 'S I It Old l ll'M lts."iiiif "eLo! .J lie \,:is ;i-k.Hl to draw a map of'' rapidly of late than surgery, but it ,,

: I I [ I!:'i L.Itlaki '. day 1 fi : asking me to the world derwood drew a dot about i should hot bf u-f'd except where absolutely -

I eor.e and -t t. !Ii' r. she was 1 ling! down a- hlg .is u pea t"> r. I'r"'lIt" the worlil.Arminil uece-ary. In cages <-f pile S. A. FRIEDMAN

on u loll: _' w';1'11 1 g. t there, whitt he ..h'I circle as Lirsriis for example" it 1- t-t-ldoiii n\'t'dt"d.1!

1 annl lilt'lurnaili I, and so i : :1 I I '. .i t; ears with: !1 v"rij : a
''lt, sun .f wdininivtiDe: dige--i III'I'. ..k in liieni. but I'lli'! had! on :l South Carolina! und outside of that hi qui-kly and pertn'tneutly. l"u-

tinii i jnTlwt :Iud wli.i. -itoinaclip >':::: it gown .I'd was as pretty, ..1a drew a riri'Itas large equalled for cut, burn, brui-* -
rfiri:'- ti'y f.1 '.eti"o i- ever .. hal ,"L as a quarter of a woundkm di-eaps. Accept no :
-'k. K ..'f. ,.!. di'urlfi; *'- and I i rt.'t't.. =.11 Us Wt dollar to repn--t-M the city of CharU-s- counterfeit"I waso trnubiea i j ICE
!h.t': sht1: -aid ton A il 1D WWXL
,we' trttLt ':" 111'11:1 t : butt cur'pu-- I! .. ; with bleeding pilethat I lo-t much! t i!
'l !know what day tmioiinwV
o gnu ___ _
itiv-'h' ami |I' IM: lightly ail-cniouch I n blood and ,.trtuth..ay* J. C. Philip 1
!. I 1 1'itiiu'lit: li-r a 1II111O'1,1 :>,.th cart. I .
troublei.uiijf and rty-p p-ia I Pan111.. ")) Witt'. Witch t WE EXPEcT Tf ) SUPPLY A Ml I'M I f. .i 'tIjFHi ,
It IS the \* ",,:i'-rfnl IrenllitruetIvet i h lea tI l.i ;:.i ,d' Srptrinl'el' Ii.r day! '! : : Hazel Mlve cured me in ahort that i- tuaktugn; m uy lick I :11:1 i _..:'._ to tri": .' she s.iiil) II, ii Mitt.iiut d4 tun." >ne'the-and h..alH"r'I-' TillS -I I MMi-h Hi\.N: KVK : 11:1.I : '; tai-

people Wfli I I '11.(' w*. ik p.ijiletrims; \'a.iThi'i SKn.! l.t- w.ts \'ry Pharmacy, John Siieppardiduey. |I

oy c'i>uvt\ii.;': !. II.- !: )",I1-- 'ill "f ;t... .! to In i. I lilt se r+''iiiildii ..i t t1! .11 fMa 't '1lo\ln:6 in en every her cf the genuine! Kalm. S END US YOUR ORDERS NCv.

: h. t1IUL''tt, in lit,- ,11,til t1 .tvtat. _n.\ -loinout ot her h. .:>i ii .>. '. La\ai i i'c Bromo=Qiininc Tawm 'I

H.J. H ilnlliiiiy.. Hull\;;. ..i I.t .h.. ;. attY list Area it cold tu one daj. There'- lot: of money) be nade '' Olsen Co.Manresa
day, 1t Ii--" wrtreK. .. me. 11'-IJ..r! : the bt r"III"I\' I ate -in; i- usually a finier-board to ,
>Lif lint I I. t ';.ill.1 I. '
t TsM n' ti n c |
ever u*<'i1 I'r dr.-prt.ui'uI(1-t4'ttltt'1; .. CASTOR wealth. Thos. C. Watson & Street, Tel or /cone J. .
\.l hi .
hi. Uesidisin:
,::1\ :
trouble1 wjiv('u 11,1 hy ;i'i! > -iilitlH. Co., t'in' leading Roil Jo:-tate firm
K"iU.a! v' d IMV Itf '. lake ton. ..::ii ..lit'! l h id! I Is en Inn i p 11 n 1 to t.L'i .- 1 For lataats anti Children.! ;aveome otler* which it would

it after un i\\-. Ihrgh, I i abmit U. dial! st' K..t-\ :\t the'! tu' i be 'vorth your while: consider.>r. G+'

John MK pi} .inl I._ bi.liify_ Kaliu.lltr the ;i'O\II' < liI.1 t WI"II".I! l .n OM The Kind You Hays Always Ecngfsl tad s-eet'iem! tlJdJ..1ud. doi. 't watt WICKS&CO.

I SI ll': asked U 1 woe'd .:.o mil i the on: till UiniorrowJlefrigerators.

halo' andtu' tint..!I.e..h-. Bears tr.f' // i
( Inflir .'10.. .. j mi '
strutted it :11111a" afraid to Clgtatnra cf Wc hare (i Plumber Gas and Steam
The t. .ti...'-ii '. .t:..-'; closet Is asecsentinl ;:vII fitter

: .., .t.'t :, nt in the modorn i 10.>11.-. few left, which we will sell ,

house. u. i I I- not p HM-ibk-<> j jI Th-'ti a ijueer thing bIIIJ'nt'tl.101': at cost. Marston 5- (idna. :
i Water{ coolers that do No. &
I1ln' tho t. c; "Irl\'d style a g'J\j tiJ.u1' had couie into the nest roont not I South Palafox Street,

substitute mode Ii}' U-lllllMllg the 'I, while' she had been talking and heard .. waste ice, at the Willis V All Kind oi Plumbing: and Half Fitting Materials Kep : y 1
door (,analtad its>.rtin. iru wire's every wont I never saw anybody so Hardware ('o.'s. ___ \ I TKLKHHONU rllPI1NMOOlA VIA
: 11:0-Mil as he was w hen he came in.
anA -
netting Sit to Ut in air li/LL i -
To eompl tl:.. xerti'at.! Th.. tloth. I! '"1,. it that touuv-tone which Iuls''i iI ---- --- -- i ,. I

fine should t'<' :', motet treiineutly Iud I stood l" li-i'u us? he said and went IH:. EH.\l. KKKNCH CHtlIn.t; ; -. I!

oil to explain that it had lean orderttl _____ | 1\I.I.A. verye
the tftoset left i-pen during the shiny --., - tai. faded, A
for his other. lie such bad Following is thechedule of
hours of t::.. wry to get thoroughly was u tne
w riti-r that the stonecutter mistook! the ;overumeuttpimer Oeiif-rui French ,
atml which THE Ntws I SI' ( 'FIR j 41 A' ER\ tt "''1.1'+
UJUJeItl'wa: fur :Melinda. aud after print for the
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rtolMcr Holt I the stone was half done it was fOUl d benefit of the uerchaut win hip IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
their gtlndto the: \arioui tom'r
The bolster roll is still used tlltln out und they made !hiui pay for it.Ov.: po-t : army

beds being, in fact as popular as ever. I us it was his. they brought it to himu.I L..av..s IVnsacola ... L"A. m HARD15TARE.
New ones are made of heavy corrugated I and, nut knowiit? what to do with -Uhi1 Ltavt- Karrarcas. .. 7..>. a ui 4+v y. d'
: had just put it awin the out L"avr Picbf. .. ... -. a n
paier| siK'h a< is used for spiid-' L..awes rl\rrSnCh ..... 'i. -. t m
lug books and pLoto;raphs through the bouse and forgotten all about It. Leaves I'rnaaotA .. h' .-. a m iron Nail-. Ax.-. 'hov. U Haw Mill and **>.
After that? Dear me they were ta'happiest Arrives KairaaiA- .lit a. in and n:. .
niniLs. Tlie ftn is hollow arid has twuCiP.'UIlljOC make* a trip to tort McKee and tim r f. f-upplie*, "okiu and Hmtin;; >tov, ,. l'i '
: ou t.1"! side so that the pillows 'I couple jou ever 5:1'rb..-;: taro to l.arranoft". Window Ola->, Gun, Pistols and Fi u. r I ,

can b<' put unjue.: out of the way. i. used the trastone; for a front door L-BT Lkas-, HuL.i-n Karrancai ,,. -1. 1.1:.:. P pm m, Agate and( Tiin\nrc and Houscf'iirnisliiim .Ull( .
The bolMiT i, covered tint with step, wrong; side i up. and it was quite Lraves en-acoU ". fit, n. m

I'leacheil 11I11"1.:1.l : t'lon! with the material I pretty. Melinda was very proud of Leave Arrls PI.I.n:1 Harrancn, *>, n : ;, p. m A Quick Breakfast t .WTAGENiS FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL ( '' -.J
p. m and makes: '
i in I'
him ird llie\ed word be wrct
of the ImiLipnaJ. whatever It may I every trip to McRr* and return Revere Giant titchf-d Belting; Northampton r
be. I about be SKttlos Just a* Ills mother On Wedre-days and .-iaturdathe' i Wheel Co. Liftin & Hand Powder Co. John-iin .
boat w i i'l; leave -H.uranCH always rn*able when a cook has ,
hail ne. whkh only goes to show via'l'ick-
1 souiine, Iron King: and Jiuck M-ive and Hal;!t \\
I that the old saying is true, that 100 !ns for Pe-isacola: at 6 :.-\0 p. m.I Gd, at her finicer-' end. j Coop &: Co.'d Raw Hide Lace Leather, :Ma-

is blind i I II I The General Frenc. is for army Made Railroad Colors.
I purposeonly and any outsider mu-t A match, :i Ilght-ergo in three I
:aave a pafruui tie! I Masonic Temple. @ Pe roJa.L .
minute .
,I III. E'prrienrr."D'lii quartermaster Chops or steak in tl'k. and ;
o take pa-.ire; i
t you have to run around a there you are.No I'
.I ::,oil ''.f'Ji when items are scarce': -- ----
Thin in 3ai::re it on erery Kit cf the gcaatce _
elt'a: 'ske 3X3ti\c wrotno:Ouiniriv T&tita STEAMER LINE SCHEDULEBetween WRIGHT .
I I! "1 do." answered the Kettf-rne Gas
reporter wip.t : you think ;
the remody that ('unC'0101 in one day :
'. :, L !1o.lW "for fact.1" \\i
: :< a -Chicago "thu-do I
why not you0 Want to \ !It
Marston tj- Uuina 7/( iTsomevcrj : Tribune. Pent-aiola antI MHion-IIoat : AS :;' j.
-- -- nw more about GaWe'll tell I
nice Dressers and Avoidenoui re-ult* of kidney rr lun.) ilj hxiej.t Sunday" LATHS
bladder Ji-order btakinz Foley you ;:l.ldly.Pen rLUMBER ,
Wash Stands very cheap. KiduerCurp.: W. "A. D'AlemberV, "CITY OF TAMPA." | ,

trust Iron Beds.the thing to go with\\' 121! r*Eyny.ltata.wi. Palafox. Kt'l1i"f'ID&ht%",a, _irrtBsa.-ola,. IIUl'l .- ...s- am am Ar Milton "pm' acola Gas Co., J I j 1I1:;! :,, slED/ CYPRESS SHIKGLEH;;; I M

\lit! Tl ka I r...'eyi end tJ: : :: a:;J to;':". Fan : Ruaua tr.p.Ji I'25 and 27 E. Garden St., Peniaccla Fla. .-.z = PENT ACOLA FLA

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Druggist Democratic Majority Between 35.00C Ms Mrs Walker Is Killed and Mrs. :I
rklrT RfYS and oW.OOo-Davis Governor PillsAfter Ap- II
: BAl M pel Seriously Injured.
cq I Little Rock. Ark., Sopt. 2.-Parta: iiVt
n :u SIZE.r 1 I Lancaster. Pa., Sept :2.-Mrs. J.I I ;
p't Irril p
returns received up to 11 o'clock ths! ;I I Stewart Walker of L'nchburg.'a..
BHlmII ArfEY morning i indicate the election of the 1 eating persons of a bilious habit
q W was injured here while
J iand willdernegreat\ benefit driving with
by taking one
IInrP Pt-mocratic tate ticket as follows. lot';i
',j of these pills. If you hae"beenDRINKINGTOOMUCH Mrs. William N. Appel of this city.
,.. a majority ranging! from 3j,0w; ) to 47: and died the following night, without!
!t OHM ;: ,

lid l, 5 Goverror. Jefferson Davis. I they will promptly relieve the nausea, having regained consciousness.
l8 She
a compound fracture
Secretary of state, J.V.. Crockett. SICK HEADACHE of the skull. Accompanied! by her four i| for Infants and Children.

Attorney g nelal. George W. Mar I and nervousness which follows restore I
'COLD''N HEAD children
I phy I I the appetite and remove gloomy)' feel.I she was here on a visit to The Kiwi You have Always ISouijht lii borne the !Oh tla.
-ii'niMi ut la,te.nna $1I1t.1I. I II I ings. Elegantly sugar coated. her mother. Mrs. George Calder. i
ture ot'Chas. II. rietcher and has bwii Htadt muh-rliis
ml Mizu Me! at rungists State treasurer, M. C. Tipton. Mrs. ,
Fake No Substitute. Appel's condition is serious.
K1.Y KKOTHK1WStreet. I Superintendent ot public instruction, She is suffering from concussion of personal Oul'cr\'hion fur over IO year Allow ltu mm

iVhrrra New 1orlr.Sour J. H. Hineman. --- ---.- the brain to U'ci-ivu quit in IhN. CmiiitfrtVits Imitations and
and severe abrasions on the
Auditor. T. C. Monrcx-. face. Mrs. is "Ju-t-us-jjooil" are but Kxperiinonts (omlaii>r tho
GERMAN a daughter of
Associated justice court GLEANINGS. Ilt'altlJ (if Children-Kxpcricnco a .-iint llxporiniont.
supreme -- President George F. Baer of the Reading }

Stomach I B.Land B. Battle.Commissioner, F. E. Conway I I uy The employ twenty-two MjfM' aicu.shipyards! In derma Railway notified company.and hurried He was to immediately hi! The Kind You Have"1 Always Bought

Railroad rommisBioners! J. W. Phil About 3l.UOO.fXX) gallons of all'ohQl.1. daughter's bedside on a special train Bears the Signature ofI
i' fps H. R Hudgins and J. E. Hampton I
\ u..J in arriving here late this
Gt rmai.y laet j ear turt.hllkal evening. He
t w' Indurcd lo try l'AICALI
H:" rerl With ut them 1: tbr boiiFe pllrlll!,,' left a few hours later when notified I

:TJ bal shave and mj bead I Commissioner of mines manufa- During the i,ist year the kaiser hasflpforatcd by the physicians that Mrs. Apppl
tt( .itti'h fine trouble Jlf wlf Now hasalso since used intn I tures and agriculture H. L. Bradford.A flu) fewer than '.'.473 juTS'ins would recover. i j

ai results for sour moroucb j light vote was polled throughout with either a star' or a ribbon a greater The ladies were out driving when '
:>u iLl tjLgreuM. El: Lcuis.ila i
i I the state on account of a heag..n.- number than in any year since Wil- their horse became frightened by another

CANDY I eral rain. helm I I. asoviulwl the throne.Tlif runaway, and dashing the carriage I In Use For'Over'30 Years.THE .
Governor Dararrif'd! the horn
CATHARTIC I luamu'iicture: oflrtifil.ialludu!; against; a telegraph pole threwthe ,.
Mr .! ward of Chairman H. L. lUmnio ot \vis startetl in Germany thirty-rive women to the pjYemrnt twneaih .,. =" _, _. -___ 1 1. -.... HI 'V-'I<. ...AI.
the Republican state central committee 'I. __ -
years aiio with lest than forty worknitii. the wrecked carnage. ---- =

at Newport it going Democratic for all toltl. It now employs over

rN.ot ?rsa atolattRCo thIi sr tune in 12 years. ';/all Wen all has a staff of 1-4.>. sci i Chicago Has Another Strike. GARDEN SECTIONPensacola

Tn; tOU! (,-.Vtnc Democratic congress1 entitle clu'uiists Chicago Sept. 2.-Eight hundred
r cement finishers and o-or--o
1 helpers went :>i
:, w- rtlee ted over their Republican A pissTOjirr steamer runnlni; on the

opponents: EII'e has: the warning: nut to speak to strike here today, thereby stopping
it-le. I'oient. Taste Gfj110 work on a number of Florida
W(oUt''' or (.Itoe U. .::.c.We Fir-t di"tri't. H. B. Macon.Seoi Uu man at the \vLcei displayed in four big buildings ,

CURE CONSTIPATION ... !,| district. S. B. Bnmdidge. Lanrma;:es. The English: version reads The cause of the trouble was the refusal -

{ H...... 1..H...1. ... Tort. ill Thin! district. Hu)!;h A. Dinsmore.j thus: "To the helm marine tri'iHli'inii: ) of the workmen to sign an agreement i Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

to work exclusively for the bosses __
1 11.1 '1""nl1".t1" all dru_. j Pnnith district, J. B. Little.i try conversation uot.
N.( r'SIC' -ttvtRITAta'n11a61L i Fifth district. C. C. Reid. Twelve thousand workmen ('11t.JIII : association. The OOFSCP agreed :to Beautiful Lots for Sale.

j Sixth: distriit. Joe .Robinson. a house to house canvass: throughout grant an advaneo in wages tipmanrtp'i( i

I S.'vntb IVrlin I. Eve e..tII.II"Io..1 the fart if the men would sign the exclusive I
district R.
M. Wallace.
\i! > GOLA=Q.f! that 7CS: pt-rsons nre out
I II I II'al'lI. ('a n not IH* Cm tit I In that city and that r 2..u'il; others II I i to location and surroundings.

yr and Corn Meal Mills I are only initially_ fiiipioyttl. Cures Eczema aid Itchinq Humor I I -
hy local !applieattnn j :t.: they cannot >
reach th. cliseafil I ( Through the Blood-Costs Nothing Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,
a j p"rtiuuf the I \\"IIIHU'M hoirt
COJiZAIiEZ! 4 CO., Prop; s. to Try. I There i.> only one \,'ato cure II The test work says an Cndish: wrIt | High, Dry Fertile Lands.The .
1L ,\\U rrilKGIim'NI i iSTUCK tinnal reinevties.! Deafness! gourd j I now recognized a* a certain and sure
both sexes fed whom love not theutastt'r for
is investment
i i i grandest: opportunity ever
ban intlann-d! comlitinii of the uiu-
FKKI; j ', cure for Eczema Itchinz Skin. Humors -
passion. Long ago IJalaif in-
roils lining of tie: Kti-tacfiian/ Tube. offered in Pensacola.
Hour vnu -hould Industry buy your, for there"III.Il'11 When thi-i tuhr" I": inllainwl you have i j j i I silted on this great truth. and! !it i i" Scab, Scalps.Vatery Bli--

.IK you is nifourttzf..ftn thteonimcnltj home laaan .- I ill., ami when it i.. ...mii'dd".lI i i I out of leer lift that she booonai-s a great Joint., I'.oiU! Carbuncle: 1'rickliuii ]

liir.'lP>are indirectly bHn..fltcaK I Deafnesitho re-ult, anil unless I j I i artist. Thus :t will in* sit-n that brains Pain in the Skin: Old Eating Sore, I i

.> the ftimii' niHuutncturer yontorhtcnuifof the iiiriaiiunation can be taken out |;, io not make for the happiness 1'1'W')- Aa 'T.ClubbsGorner
I btr.ou OW'ommunltr 1 Ulcers, etc. Botanic mood B tint !
and this tube
restored to its normal
lo bleb yoa live .acutrlhatestovonr.apDnrt I man. for at heart there is scarcely! a
condition, henriii!? will de-troyeil |I taken internally cures the worst and
woman alive who would not thrill at
forever ; nine caes out of t'n are j!I, her man's suive.s>es as she never mo.t deepeated=es by enrich,:', Garden and Alcaniz Streets. ,
caned! by eatarrhvhich i is nothing'I purifying and vitalizing the blond.
'ROFESSIO AL CARDS.: I but an inli.uned condition of the'!i would at her own, who nntiM not rather I thereby giving a healthy blood supply -

!I mucousVn "ufal...... le lug little wife of a great man : to the skin Botanic Blood Balm F. C. BKENTVM.. II I' Owu:$. W. K H1'SI.1K.. .1 f liU: top;

\ will !I than the pmat wife of n little one.j President. Vlce-rrrbldcut.: Cn-bl.-r. ,.* 'a.bler
Hundred! Dollars
W. C. ROWE M. D. j'iviOne i I i is the only cure tu stay cured, for I
for any Car of Ieufue* (caused l h y j 1'erhaps unn has been thrur-t ,I these awful, annoying *kin trouble-1.

Wire: I"* S. I'aUfm catarrh ) that cannot be cured by i on her the burden of fame, and she I' Other remedies may relieve, but B.'B. .

i '.. j. 101 and i to n p. ta Hatt'atarrhCurt. riend for circular must sta-per )lain full)' along under it* I B. actually cure, heals every First National Bank
.,kT'ltono ,. ; fn-e. i:! weight fur PO one can lit Ip her, envy sore, and (rives the rich glow of
N F. J. CIlf: "' : k'o.'roledu,0. health to the skin. Build up thebrokendown
: cc;. j lug; the happy woman who sits warm i
Sold by Drui..t... 7oc. and makes the
body j
in the Ingle nook, who has no lonelytasks i
rFoley's blood ml and nnurfchin K-pecial-
iiotlriiJcinjj hours. but who ; OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
-; -' : -:: :..- -:.::.--- Honey and Tar I ; puts advised for chronic, old cases that I
e her ---- ----- --
Pt'ITY: \ \ FOR Sorckildren safe.sure.. No ooarrsA I heart it a ad: nest Intelligence of comfort into for hume.urakin those, ,doctor"prI1gfail, pateut to cure.mediciuee Druggists and, hot$j. I DITX:33 CTO in.i

lla.ty lonrlnKiiin. I she lutes To prove B. K. B. cure*, sample sent; WM. H. KN'J"'/ .I4ES.V. A. BLUNT 1<". C. BliKNT .V It H VKR JI

THE PEOPLE.I I i A former l'riuii man now living free and prepaid by writing: Blood I! D. Q. .

in riiilaiU-lphia tells of his only unpleasant Soap.- Balm Co.. Atlanta, Oa. Describe

\\'r.1i..Heod- You a Cent. i j I, ('" tiltur:i-i 'all s encounter innate illn-iti-atioii kiiniliness.with,.f Jimmy the When ht-l.}Me-Vflul a II I'! a *large t is very quantity.much l'utt better away to buy unwrajt-a-ip in in trouble seared, and, letter.- free mt'dicIId\'ice- -- sent i i, Fs{ UQ nti tX A n B u t d .

> hoI,'. ped on a paper in a dry plate and Io.tit I
_.: }I Muiletit. lio was luuuiug on his bed I i iI O.ABTOrt.X.A.. I
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": dry thoroughly: before using.'oo
e :.r .. _-_-_ _-- ,
.r-y-.r. K,11 Y'd HaleJ.S Bel'. I Ii --- -
| one ai'terinHtn. sni'iKin In
1 'J to "j t I. 1st.; ., u, ': responset will find that it ''iIIlI"t longer than if tLt.B ClfrWe draw oar own Blllt of Kxchuui-: ( rtai Briwic! Jr Jal.4Oermlny.
I ta :t kiiiK-k on the door Lie culled uut'h":1 : i LL..14of I
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-- : used fresh and by purchasins a new I : Kr-iiice. Austria It' H-illard! Btu!
"\\ there'?" Idtu".t \ly : Hf"'iu ,lotn, nr-ala. hit
before tbe01.1 is, exhausted :
I 'ImprOVl'lJr"alt'e- supply ;youwili way. Kwoden, Denmark' and other European eoou\rl"tI,
\f/ .. "It is I-Dr. McCosh.; came the re1'1. -
.11 amounts economize largely: in this housektvpins -

Pttafux L..l1ft pit t:.,Krook Fiber! *. .\. : firm.Fnley' CHICHESTER'S ENGLISHEYROYAL i r.s.TVJi' 'Ia Dibnrtlf\t: !lOU1:. t h.. fo''fnrabl1'err..- 9rd 'Belt
8mlm "You're a liar! answered the student r PILLS i ObliaatlonaTakou Payable 8t Port lit I'tou.raulol T.n or Kift..- r.N ,

thinking one of his chums was I '
'J -mOou nerd money? trying to joke with biiii. "If you were Honey and Tar i I- peculiar S ",,.d. '.. CIiitllI.TE.IZ.. t.\II.I'-u ,
"'" nny mount you want I' >1 'OtI'J I for chronic \". .II till.. : tnld .+xa' 1"... _.N 4TSafaty DopoaH Boxflf far Rent luI
NTIII- And lowfst ratr-a really r. 'CIISh. simply say. ly adapted throat troubles }f.'t .Q ., < '1..L..1 h... lI.r.. tanneatla
.h..,.ni provr-J city realv 'it is I.' !| and will positively cure brollclJit.I. ; 11.arro..ub.llluiIon. Mad Imlla. I with which wn haT a Prlvs Aonrttnent for tb"U."
'. n>tii!r. %lJi1- Houtb !'":,,- At't.-r a isooond's silence the student: j j i I., hoars"and! all bronchial dNtaes. :: ; : : :: i of RentArli.
In-tf I l'fll..alIb.titnlp.<. \V. t
11.'a 1',1 retreating steps, rushed to the I A. ', .. .. ..... .. .. w
j D'Alemberte. 121 S. 1'alafox. .
I \ V.NT T'' MOKKflW10.-' tY and looked out-to see Dr. Mej! -.ti.t I'j.I II ..dl.... ..<......, I'llll... 1'4

.S'>,I title iniurtyour, buy or pr.prrtypro-hell real r'prrty *. i (:",.11 himself SCUTtiio: down the cur- :| WE WiLI/FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !
of "nd'hC'rlptlon. have I ridiir and around a corner in an endeavor - i>r your tare a'tended to. avoid THE . .
to .
x(1.rrrr 'Thus. C. Watson Co. i r..c."rnitiou.l'hil.ltldTiw. NEW GROCERY STORE. I Ii 'LMr w .. -
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ami Insurance agents: :, : ,
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nuKlk-rate T..ryon. 0 : = = == : =- = ::. 0I .I .. L .
t lot from ua wn will teed money "' .f' \ 1 '
.. I l.inicrrint; !uiinncr ('oliN. a '
to build hout Krt-tt j I :. ; ; : .
Di-n't let :i cold run at thiseioi WILL MOVER . -.
I'. Itt'tlti .. ,
r It. I
:Stunnirr coldsire the nard".t k t iuJ t.i ... ...
j, ,. :. ,. :.:., ;; '.,'J:'
'I; Nn\''+E rale. nr fur cure and if neglected may linger I ... ... .
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J t Keeps a Complete First-Class Up-to-Date Stock II .1. .. ..1
-.1.: Applv at.1.. K" t tJreor |{- alon-r fiirniouth- lon; #iejr<" like .. ... :0" I..... II'..., .... .
'.7hI. I\\' ,. ,
: this will pull down! the strongest tonstitutinu. I. of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No ,,: .-:....""' 't.' "r '..I! I. I."eo ."'r' I"
1. -nIrfor *; .""'-" I..o.roulII One Minute Coii h Cure .. .,J. r '\" w.,. .. I' ;
,, t
j orm-r Ctisif Biiil licVillirr.. | will break ttie attnck 30 W. Covernment St. Block. .. : ." It I. I.
at .
up once.Sife > Salisbury .... I ,. I.. to ,.. 1
r'.n-i.-r.! hour in gaud con.iit ..... .., .
'.. hunt b) WI itrrtd.->-p. Ap.Ul..n. sure, acts at once. Cure- .... I." ....I., .. ". '
\1 .-s. Hlltf I coughs, coldcr..ut'. bronchitis, all I Tr.I.KIMIONK... Co ".... '(. \1 '. fHI." ... '.. ''f '
.,.. ,
II t. ,
throHtaiut lunar trouble,. ChechiKl- |I I m'.en..W.'1" N .. .1 ..'
I'OH x.11.1-;. rnh like it. HurRi"' Ph irtiucy, John a frr 0101 I UB .. .. I n I .. 1maI tI 'tIn
The ". I. Al ',WIUII. ..: P ,. .. U..a arry
l :"i per ct-nt In-low 1"0.1. H liar :Shepp.ird Sidney Ealui.C1sSTtr.I. Laundry W
r ti'iiiK Just from thtlnrtnr, > : ; SAlVO A SOAP CO.. Ccc 12t pim Sts, ST. lOUIS; M0
'uriuturtoruiiti-, I..k"ud i .A .. ,
., ll.( below" eu't. ht J-'t.lilliT's Itt Bar Tr K( 'J 1'j Hale A\\af: Br zM { .: : .: :j'--: .-:.: :.. lt :_, '... i=''\ -' ,, :'. .:_> _.: -:. -. : ..'
.r" i ".THrra /onn tb'Jt1 Biggest, Busiest, Best I ------- -- ------

t F .ifar moil drslrablo lots in CltU1f&Zu NOTICK. CHOICEST
.1-1 t-ify terms by tbA Klaher -
1 l\ltn If you want a good Bedstead ( Ail Evening Call on -ub'Cri;>tionfor Wn: J"-11 111 og-.- --OK

11..11'1 <',1, or a nice Crib for the Bryan'p'iper.. "Tt'tCotiuionur.' : Klin
\ t-f t. Your Swell f FRUITS CONEECIIORERI f I
\\ to Iran barber trii.le. ,j jil baby, go to Marston JyVewillIaunderyour ;fft ",, Friend t The price i.- *l.oo per year in ad

I 1t traminu.! freraurkrxprrt required." ''e'''. ()uiiui 's. ,, j J you will find will be warmhreo. vance. Those de-iriuir the paper -AlC.APOSTLE'S

r! i\ >"tur lay ..Hir>.. !llIl1r..n- : 1.h C'in !h the it sent to them; by s ending
"peml induct iiieiitu to ap- ; "'J \ ceived if you are well and neatly
'i d:-iam-e \* rue Uidav. ,j j \ spread: ? fofj ""I' f U.W tu thfuudTi! ighied.
..1"1/! ", :New Orleatll.a.. j jI 15 cents each and xake them look 1 y ., fiA. dressed; and your linen isirreproachable. 'i H. 3I.: Hoc If E. ,
I 1I: llf I IM like uw Star Laundry.: r 1 11:11 Car- Dally SFws.;
A of refinement 1 H i East GoTuroit
." 'j "' :.:'X. I '?O : woman -- ---- St,
\\ ilrilrrt. If you want 11 nice present to give always ati er a man's well bred instinct -
friend and look: through the I .. Formerly ('flnt, vn K'--t ..urautHtauCO
to a j'o u .
by the condition of his linen Woman
\i i.iirv lloutlt)' Land Wiir- elegant line -uitable article* ut .. cir load "t 1'n/i.pi 'f-HtfI.71
1 ... H"II1"- ..'" --. .... and he goeInto her r'e"iice ITinorej : ... .
> .Io"'a' Additional 1 J. Stephens: youurely can find 1 '. : :? \ IS '",,, I.' .. tl' 'VII, p., dozenThesetinya
'. I K -ih'y.ltaud Itiiildinii ; !; "-: : I A. \ ''
If with beauty when hi* shirt,
to Heart
\i is;in sometniaj you. you 't .rf \il \I4R\L' ;:

rrt want anything iu rillDi.lIwlll11/ IIHFtanre J.ft. 11 .' t collar and eu If- !have been dote up.t vCl. ..., ." ... '>,10..1.WrtngSprav.. ... "ffi'fRll
I>e \
-It. iliias 0'lIPI7 v
\ \ toee him b..fnr von buy ,.' ,, : ., ., I. I.. .. ; .
novvnrV "
A..flu""* "!II .. 1W 1 at the Star Laundrv. .... -v ..' \1 ,t
-- .ra "- Il.I.." ........,

.1 \ ," I1. :I11.1 DR. KINC'S ,., 1"D'.bQr.I.1 f,..It \ ,- .'' Cmj'tf'1r
I'uiIlll.alltM (' ... ., .
-- ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goods Called for and u Delivered\ M I n \11t 1.,1 I.. 'I".p' yrte" \ to B.Jaaiu if i aria.Ct. :
I M'MPW- : --d. : 1. I
\, N!" nlttandt,1.Iuth- I LIr'.1, .....::1 :. r 'ell 8
vi.ll and pump fixerNot -. TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. ,:',&!. '. ir, *. *i :..l >i' .'sin.r& u>, T .y m'ltJ 48 '. Era the t
uitallmrnlr. THAT COLD. .p IV .rt. l un .L (0.. .
on lh.- y as wv.0& '1'/ it 'r-

M, )1..,w.rttt.'II\. hut .trK'tly-p.'.. HIK .. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager. Room w Tim* Kld. NVw > era Ldl n q> ti naiGf,1514 4oytr!

Cures Consumptioi ,Coughs,

ll'Itl.- '- '""- Colds, IJronchiti0\ thma, ESTABLISHED:: 1862. t LODGE DIHECTOHYKNIGHTS Laurels

-.<. and Kg. for "at>. PneumoniaJIayFeviTj'leurisy -

1' Wiii: Hardware... lattI LaGrippe, Hoarseness, McKENZIE OERTING & CO. I OF PYTHIA&fVn Again.a 2

tilt -* and ttNSItIotI
Sore Throat Croup --DIALIB8IH- ;
made Gold
0 u.e
:: col I i-ltcf. No. 3, K of P.
V: \i KKlKVK-ManuTacturr y Award to
-' .n t.'rtir (V.H>(1*, Hat Toilet Wlioopiiifr Cough.NO meets every Monday net.

s '11I'c.,3 W. Uovtrnment: CURE. NO PAY. Ship Chandlery and General Hardware i in lag the at ".'.Blooat' III Cale- W.totf Hal I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY

Price 50c. and S t. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.c Kailiag. third toot d"
,' 803 AMD 605 8. PALAFOX 8THKKT.
'\ t- 1 "t' 1'1'-ulu'l"al. 't >'Ultlng hr-thrn oorIUIC ,

.. "K YOURSELF ....... vAGENOY ---_. :r.- welcomed I
Kl'NKKALS turnlsneda i CURE | H A ,, L WHISKEY
: .a !tuiuquel orspfCia d"61(111r To* B:*/J '"' unnitcrw REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN, ROEBLINO'3 ROSH CO'. \ H. HORHLER
:' Moreno. iiS Westl Hr"lfo'yodlm din barn-alndamm.tum4 K K. k H.Seasonable .
;; :!\ Arntetlvci. If C.rdhcia GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU*r'ELAHOX'S PCMP8. Cold rerd.i..ei.4N <*

St- l' l't./)11'lat.,, .. If I'alnlrl muconS, acid niemuanei tAI aattla Clans Ccr -- ), ge.torpd.unea. Wlidworld thlaN '
''AKKH And Floral L..!.II/la-: Sold by Drugglita/ i COMPASSES. LOGS. ETC ( Is93.
and kitchen utensils
; at the
v .nora..r..d for cn.tomr. or eent In piaL wrarp r. C. McKeuxie Oerting: Collectin Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Aseo

t Moreno KS W".t (irequry'I.d1m: CiccuUr 11.00,v J Kit t't'tIlw oa its rv-it'.t.75 ut i


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" ax'5252,2525r5E .5a-5a5J S nervou*. sletpItfS -
; and eivulv I -

SOCIETY EVF.NTS\ W. C. Government: I CEIEBRATEO few should fatigued d, srt take of you the a i, MEYBR'S

AB01 Eitfr It will l;
L" S, ;T. ".-W. C. Steadrcan'i '. restore vl;or to

iris .inal _.;,! at the Labor un v thr srstein. prom X .

AND PERSONALS ,>n- :.-r"is i tthlay was ptssimistu + sl|H o-D ff and sound absolutely

included de r sure Odd and End
rn n r> and a general : SileI

kS.52S2..C2..Cc:52525252.J: BEERS m..' .' i n ')' the, preser-t government Pick Headache

Ci. 'd: -" ni asures such as the > 1- Biliousness,
Mi* IrcutFeltlieiui H home from Pure, Healthful, Snap Y. .!tarn mil: the sugar tax and th. ', ,r Indigestion.Pyspepsia. Cresting a Sensation in Snot- ('UL .

';ra.n tax wh.rh he described as te-
vi-it tlltneJI.;ses Mini- at Camden Fully Matured. ng an ..niiavor! to permanently rejcve I'5tCH'ALrE:; HAVE NEVER BEEN ') : tHERE

Ala. THB AMERICAN BREWING CO., : Ti.t' rich at the expense: of the iTi'' R5 aid Malaria
Mr*. J. H. Pierpont und chili are leer Try it.

Mr Steadman denied that tradesunifiiaj i
ependiii.{ ome time with relatives: 1 -
Marietta Ga. OI.H iviuvwntm: :. : was destructive to Britishfornnif" I LADIES' OXFORDS MEN;5 OXFORDS f LAill-;
and friend at : New Comet Discovered.San I
-- -" !al tuuremapy as charged b" Juan, pt.Dirf''tor W. W.I I ;$35k) '$:I ;jjJ I
Mr*. Jicrthj: Members and littlesoftlettla ) The onli)! T.uies: and other papers. .
Campbll, of the Lick observatory, re-I ALL I'5TYLE'ici Kids, All Toe,
frlenJ, al.d 1'.1: I 1. .
) *ti .'ht to \'i-it ; The only nw its by which the work
GAMBLING ports: "A comet was discovered by I
relative: Greenville, Mi. log pe )pre uoiilj hope to secure relief SOW t NOW \ '
Professor Prrrine tondamorning in
I u.m th- ir borders was, Mr. Steadman I
Mr*. D. Hale Wilson and child the otmstfllation of Perus. Its position 294. I $2.89. $1 n,
added, to constitute themselves a j II
returned I last ni?!ht from a six- FOR DRINKS! was right ascension 3 hours anJ
great !pol.tiral force. i -
weekvint; to friend at DeFaank 18 minutes, and dedication 31 degrees I
During the consideration: of the
l prinl(:;. I committee's repot a parliamentary rooI' and 59 minute. It is moving LADlE:5' nXFURD1IJ.X'S, OXFORDS I 31\; ,
slowly thra t. It Is of the ninth I I
nor .
3.00 #:!,Lt) I
B. K. Pitt left at noon today for lion to omit referring to the toroni-
VIOLATION OF LAW mairnitude. and is therefore not visi-
Detroit, )(ich., where Mr*. Pitt is 'SERIOUS lion of King Edward, on the ground bla for the te1..foroJt'" Pat Leather: Yici lids Pat Leather tC Yici I Par I .

vritinR her daughter Mrs. Fern-' SAYS MAYOR JONES. I that references to monarchial institutions I NOW \ow I \ ,
were out of place in a labor as-
Farmer Cut Thieves.
Liter they will KO to New York and by

vi-it some of the fashiouableeatern; : wem'-Iy. was diteatPd' by 1C2 to 631votes Greenville. :t'pt. 2.While attempt- i $2.11. $1.98. I S4 0'I _

rf-5ort, before returning home. ': "Gambling for dunk i- jut; a* !! amendment | leg to arrest three unknown negroes I ---I --
An declaring that the -
who were stealing his 01'11."imam

Misses Julia and Virjjtnii Creary, i, i much a violation cf the law as rhyiD i o'lthfrkan w..r was unjust was Cay a farmer living near this city. :I LADIES' OXFORDS BOYS' OXFORDS I I Jh"; II I-- -

after: a delightful stay with relatives | :; for one thousand dollars." j < armed! by a vote of 17C to 131. :, was seriously cut in the neck. Ray E'! (M) iI.54)-!

in 1'eu-uuul: :ud BauU Rn;u COUIIt ;1 I dad a gun. but the negroes overrwuvprtd I '
The above opinion H from Mayor i i i Pat. Tip and Yici Kid.ici Kid CP Toe f.r-aq': j' .
., took their departure for New : CCOPGIA MILITARY COllEGE. j 1 him and took it away. The wounl

Orleans last ni/{ht. While in' 'C. M. Jones, a lawyer of recognized i -- will probably prove fatal. There is no SO\\ NO11't. '

p.ila they were admired quests of the I i iC'haliin ability, and a in in who on numerous j Large Attendance: Fall Term.M.'tedgerillv. at the. Opening; cl ,Ii-w: as to. who-are- the guilty,- negroes Ii $1.47. $124. S1.; }

: family. occasions ha been compelled to
i I Ga Sept *. TJu' .\ CnmiuunicaiionMK.
Mr*. .\. F. Warren and Miss Fannie i paS upon this otIl1u*e. + 'iPOfjfia Military college opened yeitrday I EI'ITOR-\llow me to speak a

Warren li-ft last ni '!ht. Mrs. War-i The remark: was elicited! from the with a very large attendance. I few words in favor of (Miamberliin's MEYER SHOE CO.
( H I suffered for three .
!I notwithstanding St was Monday anJ Cough medy.
rm will spend some time inew
trial of Della Ior colored .
"ey, a girl year* with the bronchitis and foudnot !
Knsland visiting; rriucip-illy! in B.)*- j who was charged with running a a legal holiday. Nearly all of the ,i sleep at ui/ht. I tried several Feet rnrnMier, for <(< old cadets back anJ each has
ton lId l>ath. Mis Warren will) are one doctors. and various patent medicine

enter the excellent female: in.stituteH gambling hnu-e. ,she? lived at 101 brought cue or more new boys with *, but could jet nothing to give 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

at Hollinst.. West Zmago "street and several him. Every train is bringing students i me any relief until my wife got a
| to the city. By the end of the i iterk bottle of this valuable\ medicine

The of Treasurer W. I witnesses testified that she had beena which! has completely relieved me,-
wedding City j jG. I every room in tin barracks ] i,

Hlil.vlud. Mh Kate McGuire! : "stake holder" at many Barnes of biillrtin? will be ()('('UpIM. The out-1 I W. H. BROCK [.\s.: HajrneU. Mo. ARE WE FIXING UP ?
1 This remedy is for sale by all druggists ; -,
will be solemized this evening at M I ]poker and five-up in her houje.; She look is bright fop the most prosperous and medicine dealers. '

the home of the 1 year in the history of the college. The 'Inl'l
o'clock at ---- -- -
pro-pec- ,entered a plea of not guilty at first, WELL I SHOULD
; : t i> REMARK !
live bride Invitations have been !I will he older and larger thar. C Ai. S T O TT f Afar O;:
but when evidence had been formerly. }hP Kni You Hard AI IV" I
extended to a eat many:: friend*.1 I tl--art the t\afS "U' I .A\I OXI.nw: 1)AYsTI :

and the ct-r<'Tlnllwill. have a 1 rjre :> 'brought iu to warrant a conviction, Preside! Rpnoirts and the hoard t S' ntur> #- -7- I
I'IXI 11.T11E .
I of trustees are gratified with thetplerdid g" ,
number <'' w!tll"-sf--. i, her attorney changed the plea to one "
opening and the flattering - -
of guilty.: Thi; was her fIrst appearance the dust. JOlt I Not a bit of it. The big man is in New York buy!u!,.: .
for successful Lay can buy
p nspects a year.A I from the of
judging size the bilN comlnsj in he mast'i'x; '

BOARD OF i on this charge and the mayor I garden hose at the Willis factories to close down shortly, and we have to make prepare:";

was dhpo-ed li> be lenient. She I Certain Cure dir Dysentery and Hardware Co. reception Our fixings will be finished this 29th day of Augit-; t ._

; Diarrhoea. -- -- begin/ selling out the stock on hand at prices that would "un.: .
M I wa. fined $lu. | were to mention them.CLOTHING .
The man who owns hl= own home
SAFETYMEETINGA ":-me years ao; I wa* one of a
: The opinion* announced by the I injures himself against lots ol
that intended making- IOII.TUcycl :
arty trouble and can SHOES HATS UNDERWK.XK'In ; :
Nobody ,
worry. ,
mayor wa received with looks of trip, #a> s F. L. Taylor ofNew ,
raise his rent, and the rent day hits;
surprise by a number of young negro Albany, Bradford county Pa. no terrors for him. It's easy to owna fact, everything pertaining to Men's Wear and all tht-b- I'

rejjul If utgttu;: of the bonrd of on the benches and guilt could j "J was, taken suddenly with diirr1 | home nowadayTbos.. C. uf.ictured. You all know Joe Coleman: bandies tile bc-t ?! \

almost bi- rend in their faces' j: oea, and wa about to hive up the WatSOn & Co. can tell you how don't you? All you want to do is, top in and we will tell > "I ri i ije : .
trip, when Editor Ward of theLaceyvilleif'
public safety was held thi morning.:, i it is. Call and see them. It, at
- --- -- I ,,, ea-y
/):1' r..uge; ; *
Clpt.lin Putnam presided. i CLOTHING AT I take a dos-eof Chamberl-iin's: Colic. rf JOE COLEMAN'S.

i i Cholera and Diarrh IJetnedy.. I ,
Green Unit member of the firedep.irtmeut : I OPERA HOUSE
a ,
i 1 urehaed a bottle and took two 212 SOl'TH I"LU'O11 I t KTJllilliain

was supeadeJ for !"> LESS THAN COST closes, one before starting and out on ,- ....,.,_I .... ,,-
the route. I made the trip -ucrer-s- --- -- -
for obscena in I fally and never felt any ill effect. .\ 311-SIC'\ (, l'I>.'FI1.1L.
days Ungnage
using ;
Be ilJu lr Thur-dav 1 will offer Again last .umuler I wu =tc.mplet"ly : i

his truck houe.Monthly I flrale at 2>>J South i'"lafix street run down with an attack

J5CK ) worth of Clothing, t-hoes, t.f dyt-enttry. I boult! a bottle of ONE lALEEK. .

report from Marshal i j Men's Furnishings., at just what this same remedy and this time one I
they will brim:. Greatest bargains doe cured me." Sold by all druggists '' ru iIMEsCIS(3MONDAY
CreUill and Fire Chief White were 1 ever offered here. I Ito. I Ij and medicine dealers.

I E. }; .\\\'N ER. SEPT. J.MATI.NKr. I \
received aud flied.intructinns j| _, 'I'1 --- --- ,
--- --- -
to the marshal to'!' For the next I IL. : SATlT.mY.IKE .
I L.j ill AlMost t Cost/ t GO days-fur-0. 'i -
lave removed intiamnubla material at ------ -- -
i j For foil's and sumi i M. make for '
j ismlon parties Pryor's to room new CELEKKAIEI .
frost the rear of business huusee -.ock:
j tLcr tens 11 uIIItdnnr inn-lins and fou-
were pa,.-ed. I lards have proved excetdiugly; fashionable -- -

!I for young girls Ball Hearing, keen cutting <; Boston -. ;
.\ di-cu"*LlIli appertaining to na-
j I i Libi-rty satin in pale colors! has horn Lawn Mowers, at the
tore and style of fire escaoes are i used for .sothiif the moot attrncthej ; j
j Willis Hardware Co'a- Ideal '
which terminated in a resolution be-1 j gowns fur Miianirr afternoon wear that j, I Opera Co. i

tag passed: directing; the city at-1|' Late app4'ared this season. Furniture, go
i I The nainsook and muslin ouihroid-i If you 1 \\u\ t !
t )ruey to draw ap an ordinance dej'j to PRYOI; 35 ARTISTS.
j i eri -s for triiuiuiim cotton gowns, are 111very '

fining what kind of escapes should pretty tlfsijn's, copying those of '
Grass Shears that will cut 1MIESENTINO: : DAHD AND
sonic of the fashionable lut't's--l :letioa
be i
afllxtd of
to buildings more than
point, guipure, houitou, ;tc. \ close, at the Willis Hardware GRAND OPERAS.:
two stories in height.
I I Pink in every tint and tour from thoirenini.iui. Co's.iAl GRAND ORCHESTRA.Large .

mau I'lOGS dt"'IJl''t azalea and carnation -- I

shades to tlios* of cameo aslicll I) kinds of Fund and Handsome Chorus. ,

and tea rose, will I.e in high; \ogue for | 1\ I P Poor's at nearly cot, I ,

1V ere Uilutl By two seiisons liefore us for evening; 'II Kjike room for : M MM tat riucKs. '!

15-IWKith: .if :imirle grain of C'tff- 'i|I toilets. I, new stock.

cine from e. I lire will kill a frog of I I 1G. ::2G. 3C3 .ncl 30c.
Toilets of lie chine and of
mode rate ,,'/.... Thf fr<>*: die of g>-uirai crepe The finest line -terlinF silver loljitsoit & Son.p
Frt Ite I, voile in pure white gnu in all seats on Sale Friday.
I .
uie COIIVU-'II"('araIY"If..lI"WIII'! ; violent ttta- their varied and beautiful i-oorin: ;:swill goodand ,silver novtlties i= to be

-- -- -- - --
FalckStuiilmann. I lint! Johan lose none of their favor a* afi -r- found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to
-!!, ,

Leven and other t,unocci<-iiti.tmd ; noun and evening toilets for the reason please all.Eishin-.- --- -, tI.t. (\ ( MJ; ( \ (t,1'r" /!
; invtui.uiirluve rep itedly before us.-New York Po>t. I I
proven it 1 1ThirfihUifilkaloiJ Ii j i: j tackle of all kinds 111111111 rrm I

catleiue, a pOWerful 1:| PLAYS AND PLAYERS. I j jj land i good crab nets at the i I i
a'-r'pill,1 stnnulmt and i|I t a
dliiretic irntuiit. wa* originally d1Covered Willis Hardwaer Cos.

in lv.1i. Kuht years, liter j! 'Tops's; Ferry" Las l"tn turned into ., -- -- --- 7I
thtiue wa* lit-cuvt-ri'lt in tea and the I a r.oul. iI i NOTICE OF ELECTION.

two dru.js were afterward Edna Wallace II will l-e
"> sefni
provr i'por
'I I Tn till' "berirr of 10:111I)11l"ounty, stab if
to be iO"IIU..d Cvill--iup in cotl>e i next M'a-on in "The Silver Slipper.! iJeiinettv lunda.I <
cail-e< ty -[le''pl''sues s, inotei-ed i I:* it known that 1. U. Clay i'r"wf.>id. i
F-egearJ will have a promiI .crt'tary of .tat of the ftattot Honda.
frhlUl'lI'F "f tlitI'JI".>, treinulouLe
i ncnt role in "Tin* Prince of Pilsen." "I"> b..r..h KIVnotice that fEJoIt.L \
#" of hf.irt.iiul fif>nutit unu noticed after ilriiikim i : -tnuu cctfee.ThU I A new opera is called ")1) Lady
.will be linld in Kscsmlila County, State 01
explnuthe cau- of for ner I Moll}" ami is uf the tune of George ]i Honda on Tuesday next ucc.- dltll[ tbt- 1I I
yon* di>ease" that frequently Ill |i Hrt Monday in o\ember, .\. 1>. Iu!, the
come to r"lul.lI'I: ,'.. -\1.'; tea ; Iud Tuesday being the
Richard Strauss has been decorated i
drinker.. Ttie drug -I iwly and KOI'RTH HiY ur :NOVKMBKK. I
': by the uuiiK-ror of Ormany with the ],i 1 For one liepre-entatlve of the Third ConKresional -
surely poisonthe system and District ot Horitla. In the KiityviEblb I
1}' brim;* on some form of fixed ilise'ise I; Order of the Hood Kagle. I Congr""3 of the I'nited Males. DAILY MENUS

like valvular b<>'irtdi-ea.e, drt'p"la \'-- j ")Iar)', Mary, Quite Contrary," is an- I For secretary of htaie of the;.: uie ot
tlorida. '
7 kidney complaint\ or ".Iine : nuuucitl as the title of a new comedy For Comptroller of the state of Florida Comprise all the Up-to-( ,

other, unle-s the jerkin is strong: sfiuriHl for Henrietta Crosman. I For one J usliee of the Supreme Court of Date Dishes; the Markets
enough to stand up agiiu- the drug. i I the State of Florida.
Sarah ernhardt will another !
essay For two Railroad ComraiMone.r9 uf tbState of the World
Practically every steady entire .I
of Florida.
malt character next: season, that of
tea drinker \H""oml1 form of incipient I Far State senator for Second :senatorial Atf ,d. I
dht"t'.k anyone you Launci'lot in Cornyns Carr's "King Ar- I District of the Mate of t londa. I,
For two Members of the House of
thur. Ueprestntatives ,
know and will seldom hud
you one i, of the Stale ol I lorida.
entirely well.Where's hnl'. It Jane. the great French trage- For Tax A!*e*.or.I .
the u=e in "lu.: inK and I :i dii'iuio. is to make: a fifteen weeks tour I 1 For Taj County C011eetor.For Treasurer.. Ladies' Private I

drugging the poor old holy until it : Cif the I'nited States Lt-gmnicg Octo- I j For five County Commissioners. | ,

totter and tn-mbles with diseased 'I lM'r. Hlfl3.I !' For three members of tbe County Board Dining Parlor.< --
nerves? I cf Public Injtructio
ForJn-tioeof the l'eace In and for the
Can't qui: I I allowing Justice Districts, vU: '
It is one of the easiest tiling* you ORCHARD AND GARDEN. :No. I. ;, R. POU
ever tried to do if you will have Postum I :NO. 4. 'I II I ,

t Food Collet made right and 11! The missing trees in a young orchard Justice For Constable and for the following Regular Dinner Daily. *

served hot with good cream and su :' should be replaced with thrifty young :No. I. : : : : FEED, LIVERY AND SALE STABLES

gar.: There is the deep seal brownofrichcotlee j' trees of choice varieties. I :>o.. 4No iNO

that turn; to golden Wire is Letter than wood of any kind :. : Short Orders Promptly :I OPEN DAY ADD N10HT. 1.; w.-..t InU-n.U-iitl.l Mr" I.
brown when cream is added. Then :No 1.
the flavor is unique all its own. Try 11 I for a grape trellis. The tendrils get the attention of the oheriSi is called to Filled. Night or Hay I
weeks hold of wire more readily] the law requiring them to caa" a notice of POU & GINGLES !
it ten days or two and
yourdyspepsia the said election to be published In a n.",,- I Managers.
I ,
will either leave or show It takes plenty of sunlight to crow aper printed in the county. H there be a a I

1 good signs of leaving, and your heartand and ripen the choicest apples pears, aper in the county, It there be no paperpublished H It'. Something! Good to Eat
be than for In the county they tball cause at you wlsh,you'll Ana It at : c .
pulse stronger a longtime peaches, plums and cherries. least live copies ot this notice to be posted i
back. It is one of the most delicious In the mOot public place in tbe county. i
Burn all old rubbish prunlngs, etc"shout i'p'
sensations known, to feel returning -, Testimony Whereof. I hux- '<-reunto let 1 Nick Apostle's
health and the garden orchard and small my band and affixed Heal R. pou
vigor. [L *.1! of the State of Florida Talla $
Health makes Heaven here on fruit patch. They harbor ,.erm :. I basse-ethe Capital, this It i first Popular Restaurant .L111L

earth, and people can have it if they When the trees are growing in tops day of September, A. i). l>):tH.

will but live as nature intended. so much as to exclude the sun. theyi CLAY Secretary: CRAWFORD.of state. I ,.4.FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMED

i Quit cotlee and use the food beverage -i should toe cut out so as to give a goodi I To George E. Smith, Sheri, K cambia < ,

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