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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 4, 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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accident 'JIassacnusetts caused greit tablished by a special committee '

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT excitement and th. telephone and telegraph I whi<'ii recounted the votes. i iU NAVAL ENEMY MAKES
offices were besieged" by
was b, .wn that in ward :5 Grace !

dents anxiiyis to obtain rei'j was guenotes to which he was I ,

When it was learned that I'resider.tHoostvelt not entitled, w1.ile'on Kolnitz was ]

HAS was not seriously hurt expressions I not credited with 47 votes found :n ,
:of thankfulness were heard the box for him. In ward 11 Grace
all si'li-s.!
nn was given :31 votes not his own and

Von 1'01nit4wa... deprived of IC ballots .
Report of President's Physician. b-aria.j! his nane -

R'ockbridse. Mass. Sept. 3.-Thepresident's
With this evidence before the com I
Tallyho \Vrecked Elec physician, Ir Lung Move In Game of Mimic
His by an = says mUtee. an effort was made to throw I Spectacular
the 'd'lpnt and Mr Cortelyou received
pre out the boxes; where fraud had been

Car. slight corttisirms about the* established After a hitter fight and! I
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bead and face, b it that the injuries are admitting: officially that fraud had I .

not at all serio:>. and the scheduled hen proven beyond pcradxenture
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stops w.viM be made The presidenthas committfe revised tabulation and or I

asked Governor Crane to look f*-r.-., another election. By this new ,I

ij ONE KILLED ; DRIVER DIES FROM INJURIES : after tl.e: rfrrair.s will of William Cra'gand !d'uso I court Vnr. Kdnitz lacked only '-. BRISK FIRINC FOR TWO HOURS AT FORT WRIGHT
I governor personally %' t:es ot beating both Grace and Me I

u Ma.t'in I the first primary '
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President Received Cuts and Bruises and Sev- DOZEN FUNERALSIN I SEVERAL Attacking Squadron Was Composed of the Battleships -

eral Other Occupants of the Coach i Kearsarge, Alabama, Massachusetts -

Were Injured---Accident Occurred and Indiana---Most

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Near Pittsfield, Mass. Special to The: Daily News: News Spectacular Move.
Special to The Daily :
Culumbus, 11 is., Sept. 3.-Practical! !
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Raleigh, N C Sept 3The state
ly the entire negro population of this )
Darboro Land and I. .
charter the umber
: 1 1 t. Daily News: city in ID mourning! ad a result of thc I Special to The Daily News?
of the ; who accompanied company, capital IllIS.OoO.:!: J. P. }I
terrible: railroad wreck at Lfcrry. Ala
< MA.: .- Sept 3.-A terrible: president for just such .emergencies A* shown by the reports nearly all Marsh and others, of Marietta 0., I Fort Trumbull\\' London, Conn., REICN OF TERROR

; overtook the president'sIrc as this, and was promptly on hand to and from this stockholders: the Morehead Cotton St-pt Headquarters of the Army
the dead injured were
.. ui.tant- from Fittsttildi render assistance. But the preaidet.twas Mill company, of Spray Urvrkingham! of th- Def'nse.-J-arly this morning;
Thli'at account of al!
city. :: ON CAR
'l'l"lu'k this morning. : leaveto
county capital $13,00with
disinclined to receive medical attention

the coaches being tiled before the naval enemy made its third attack
-hurt visit to the home of he but rear increase it to $300,WiO, B. Frank Me-
sayinn was slightlyhurt. the train reached here and all who on the fort of New London district
'. :.dtor I>awfb. the presidenta The of the lane and others stockholders; the :Major
previous program boarded the excursion train were compelled It is said to have been moat effective: !
r long drive to I>.-no\. They included journey from thip fc Ix>omis Lumber company which Special to The Daily News.
day a of well the moat spectacular
to occupy the front sections as as : move
' gone far wjitn an electric will manufacture also house material i
state through:: Connecticut, and tin the trainTwelve which has taken place since the maneuvers New York Sept 3.-Slaahlcs to
1 into them, throwing every Ix and and furniture! of H(>rtf rd. capital i
president was to stop at nox funeral were held yesterday -sterday The firing began right and to left with a raxor, a thlel
he groui.d and badly damag StocKbridfie! and Great Harrington! inIasadlu'tts $1I l\OM, r.porgplajoT: and others
something that has never occur at 4 .r.n and continued almost! !inces on the Third avenue elevated road
stockholder the
{':lrh.dt'nt and New Bedford and of Pittfburg.! Pa. ;
receivod cuts on the : Conn. At Bridgeport the red !In this citv's[ history before The Deep River Gold :Mining company of >aditly lor two bourn being directed terrorized a car full of passenger

uor Crane was bruisedaig. yacht Bridgeport S>'lph l| wa to meet him and correct list! ct dead who lived here n I; Poict. capital $1 0,060. RobertH at Fort Wright.! Fisher's island and held them at bay until he could

<'- the secret s>ervic3aiitly take him back to Oyster Bay. Th*> as follows: I Thomas and :Michael A. Popkins The attacking squadron was ounipt.t make log escape from the train. He

Killed. The Ares will Roscoe Shirley. Milton Jones Ben I of Dam'If"11.! ., tockholders ed of the battleship K'al': anw. Alabama seriously injured Kdward Bergen a
rr !resume his journ--y accident however probably Kirk Cddie Clark, ..Iarsh:!!! Wright' Massac hiiaetts and Indiana. passenger and the guard who attempted '

,-:it word ahead that chance any intermediate stops from baby girl of Anna Martin .less Oor The sun was well up whoa the tout to capture him

cheering. Ienoto; directly Bi: !gepnrt! there, the and presidentproceeding ernharK- san James Byrd, Emmett lacy, Fu' DR. P. H. MELL ships were seta cumin; fivm the direction As they closed in on Lira he drew
Col.Ji. John-
Charles Clayborn .
clnn. : a ra/.or aud sla-hetl Bergen twice cutting
.' Terrific Speed. Ins on the Sylph for Oyster Hay. Will of Gardiner'a: bay where they
ator Danes' house Accident Williams Thomas. were at anchor late last night. Ju=Ids frightful gashes in the arms and
Another Account of
About 40/ wounded returned t" ACCEPTS
soon right thigh. His activity! with the
M.talning the prey Another account of the accident says as the first ship was withiii
Columbus Morday night a large nuai
Ktiised tremendous excite
sate were firing distance she was fired uxm| from weapon
party behind
the coming
trolley car was up
her of whom are LOW in I>r. Davis'Infirmary. ,
the .
went among
-trert, two earWhen the p-egljont's carriage; at tprrlticllt'r,1 Fort Michie, but no attention wa pad passengers many
near :.'enaal to Tle Daily News.Moctpomery to tiiiii warning for the ships caui-1 ot whom wert'OID .n. TLe mari
Tae: carriai:;* was struck aw ,
Gec"ral T A Jflr 1r> and nuraSo''
ri : a
shouted that h<" would kill
in the direction any person
right along, heading
It tL'+ .1111'0.,1 :' a- rrf.-sn the track.uiaponally. of claim a nts for for Southern are Ala.. Sept *?-A spot
who ihtt>rfprrf'11. and Fiftj-thlrJ
I of Fort Wright, it the
seemingly being
.r was notice Craig!! who was looking around aa1 in the city comproraisiug! the claims clal from Auburn. Ala? says
street station the gatdto
-.'.- of speed Mr half rtar.dlnp. trying to warn the against: rhi roar1 "P. H. Mell has been elected pros pur*>i'r'- to capture that strong! forti over
tied believed be the platform. A number of pas.sengers
motorman to ley car had was knocked from the ident c>f Clerason college! South Carolina ixMitlon. to capable
then took up the chase throuJi
with the aid of forts Michie and Terry
F :e--!!' \ paid no alien- carriage!: to the track and the car one of the largest and best
of with the fled the streets, where they were joined
n_r": t n,1| the car came railed over him. The carriage was endowed institution in the south, and coping strongest:
f '. .i", k of death. know ked to one side! ai.,1: wrecked.The ARE ACTING I has resigned his position as professorof afloat The ship! kept ()l'l'tty:1' : ty a large crowd, but the thief ec
out in Race Rock lirtt. but raped
and the hazing
ft-nase: was liter- president was thrown out botany and geology in the Auburn
fell against! hi-n made no attempt to enter into an en
.M'*3. A witness, wreck of the carriage INDEPENDENTLY Po'jtechr.ic institution and director

..I'fs that the motorM he was picked up bleeding from a cut i of the state experiment station. Dr. pacemenf with either Mitchie! or Terry CHARLESTON TOHANG

: car in order to on the right!: cheek, but he was ab': Mell has! been a member of the faulty -- very few runs being fired from

Tier! president Gsv.H to get on h's feet at once Secretary of the latter institution for the those forts ilnnnp the two hour i.t

.-. .rotary Cnrtelvo't.t Cnrtrlyoii was unconscious when picked Special to The Daily News: last 24 years, and Is regarded as or." fishtins: ; It was a dftermin, f! atta--K FRIDAYSpecial
He badly hurt on the on Fort Wright and tht- firing from
The awei up was educators
heap Raleigh N. C.. Sept 3.-In H.i.fax of the south' Cls-tlnpulshed!
'.1h'h'ltnpP\ ..d the' back of th. heart, and cut on the face the puns and motars of the fort WT
county the iud'-enJent tiiovement it 4
but Bonn recoverednnugh to ask fM Kept up incessantly a!? the four shins
"i the president's carv ; to The Daily News.
:th nn expectation that the president. fiovernor Crane wa more Hiious than many Deiuutrditwill | A PIPE FITTER formed in line of battle and sailedslowly
'mini alive\ badly hrlli "tl. and Representative Lawrence admit it to be One of the lead by the fjit. exchanging shot Birmingham i. Ala. Sept :!'-fayfor

'. the least hurt of of the log Democrats there says that the for shot, afar as possible.Before Charleston, a negro who was rtspiteJ
the was any
t was, cut on right:: ,
attendance" at the primanob was amail. i i GUT IN TWO by Governor Jelks three weeks
bin and his face is much party In the president' rarriaae.: The attacking the fnrt the hlpJ ag'',
driver of the rarriase.. J. Pratt, wa* that people stayed away because they made detour acd then !wunj1':1: will be banged in Birmingham! Friday

Killed Outright. very badly hurt and has; :since died said the negro was out of the war in toward "j hpr'lI Island and cwamrncMi A respite was granted the negro
now and there was no trouble; that the bombardment after by the governor: to give the state
t. Agent: William Craig He fell with Craig, but the reins Serial to The Daily News
: now it is thaLi..nlt..s., those men each had taken thefront I/card of pardons an opportunity :o
ships position at
"Kht. and D. J. i'rat'' swung him out of the path of the car
who did not go to the primaries who Birmingham 'Ala, Sept 3 -.K. Pat. and rear of Fort Wright Th make further Investigation into tola
Ihr i i odch. sustained! a'hui : Guard First at Wreck.
Military are doing! the kicking; that their ki< k ton, a pip fitter at the Cnsley Steelworks firing wag Kept up for half an hour, case Yesterday the board of pardons

'.; !, which is ft'ar..rt The military guard ot four mountedmen is against the n-imin.>es. against whom. wag cut in two at the hips by when the ships sailed well! out toward made careful examination of the papers

% The coach was a' of the secoud: Massachusetts in however, they do not bring any a switch engine in the yards of thE'I'tf'1'1 the Race again, the defenders bclfvinp and recommended to the governor .

,. ,) vehicle fa lit 1'). were the first to get at the charges The people whom these Independents plant and died before he could the ships were, to retreat in the that no further interference bJ

hjt!>pfned at a point wrerk. They wire assisted by Setrtt are nominating for the legislature be removed.He was crossing the direction! whence they came Sill made with the tin'ree of the court.

.1 A half from this! cif--: Servke Agent Taylor and PoSt :; declare they intend to go into yards with a lot of tools In his arms denly the ships turned and again
Country clubhouse oilier Inspector dryers, detailed on se- the democratic caucus when an engine! shoving' car of made a vigorous: attack on Fort

11: and Liiparty w..rl'1 net service duty who were in thesecond This makes the situation all the ashes struck him. knocking him down Wright, this! time attempting! to makea NEW AMERICAN

i "r.- trip from Dalton. carnage The president wan more complex At an independent and running over him with the above landing One of the big ships drew

> home where the helped to the :;"cond'carriage with convention there yesterday l.Ofid to result TTe wa! a young man and in pretty close! to the fort and cur JOCKEY CLUB

I 'Me night to Lenox.iit Secretary Coiteljou and they were at 1.500'f'rp present; It is asserted his father lives at lonesboro, this erect the landing party, but In opposition i. !

> :Jrt! miles over th-! once attended by Dr. hur.g. that this was more than attended the county to which! point his severed holy to this movement the gatlin

The car: was I 1" The president at once decided th1* Democratic contention! was carried for Irtprmpnt. runs at the fort were brought Into
Kelly with Special to The Daily fews.Chl'ago. .
T James ,
Craig's I body bn cared for, and sent requisition and the landing parry was
T gladden on the couriers! ahead to prevent cheeringand evidently repelled or rather that par Si.t, 3 -J W Gatand

The car struck the to annonuce that he would go at A NURSE'S ROAD TO HAVE ticuJar phase of this attack was not John A. Drake are planning a nfr

ml smashed! in the once to his train, which had been sent considered successful.After ]1 American Jockey club says a specialto
'. tipping it over ahead to Stockbridge. The president DOUBLE TRACKSpecial the conclusion of this second I The Tribune from St Louis. The

occupants to the stopped for a few moments and made: FATAL BLUNDERSpecial attack the ships steamed out Into the I circuit planned is to include New York. .

i" was not badly dam. a brief announcement to the people race and back In the direction roI| Chicago, Washington Cincinnati St.

.who silently gathered on the steps. Ito Block Island Both on the passage to Inus! Memphis and San Fraacl Co. ,

.4 Conductor Arrested. alighted from the carnage and walkeda : I to The Daily News: and from Fort Wright!: the ships made

: jen and the condii- few steps and wad clearly under th" to The Dally Xewa. Knoxville: Tenn.. Sept 3.--ceorge attacks on Forts Mansfield! at Napfc A Certain Cure for Dysenteryand

arrested and brought stress of great feeling. I Chicago Sept 3 -Miss Eml'jr Ether.Idfte. I W. CaJlahaa. of this city had the contract tree Point, and it Is quite likely that Hiarrll/H'a.

r .(tt. the driver of tin Then he retraced his steps to his : a nurse in the Presbyterian hospital to double track the Cincinnati Mansfield! will! be considered as har- of

90 -. brought here and carriage and turning, aid: to the per and the daughter of the late Southern railway from HarrIman to tug! hen minced by the enemy and "riome that year intended ago; I making was one a fontbicycle a
i i r'snt-ld! hospital. Then pIp Dr. James H. Etht>r1dge, one of Chica Somerset, Ky This Improvement is perhaps the enmv will claim Fort trip," says F. L. Taylor of

> falling: from the "\VP have met with an accident go's leading physician, confessed 10 made necessary on account of heavy Wrightfor tlphlpil certainly! did New Albany, Bradford county Pit.

"' ,::ly! slight! bruises tine of the party, a faithful friend, has Coroner Tracer: last cijht that she traffic! "a this road. It handles practically put up the fieriest kind of a naval "I was taken suddenly with diarr

t in tea and Secretary! been killed and our driver undoubtedly had administtrei to Sirs Laura Moore, all! ft the Southern railway's attack. ?t-'l army officers claim! hoea, aud was about to give up the
the rir.l'um"tant''iI of Rennsaeler Ind.. two grains of Ixiuis-Louisville trip, when Editor Ward, of the
I'nder the Rt
n \' ,u. who: suffered la fatally injured business! from that Fort Wright wa competent tn thatI
I =t. it iii, of I'ure. impoib'! str'chnlnp'h03n she should have given line for delivery to other parts nf the Laceyvllle NltS"Wr r
i&J i to that of the prePi rope with tour attleahlps "Yllln with\ take a dose of Chamberlain's Colic.
t; "'v *";tion that he wa for me to sit: more to you than I deeply only the thirtieth: part of a grain. I Southern system A large force of i wt e'i itanre l froM Fort Mirhl and Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I
f.IV' kindly greeting": The fatal blualer caused the death Is now at work: on the improvement bottle and took two
111.nth the other mem- appreciate your men Fort Terry. The latter forte did rM purchased; a
err went to the club Then he went to Stockbrldee!: ot Mrs. Moore which will cost away up in the II' take a very active part In the mar doses, one before starting and one on
wound' thousand the rocte. I made the trip successfully ; -
where their
nenverg thtg nvorninr!
e IT: a abort time they Tumble In Wall Street Stock TO HAVE I _, The J'O'gTilf f>f thin mnrnlnf'n "). Again and last never summer felt I any was ill almost eilect.

'urns hotel at Len New York. :Sept: 4-News: of the arcident The Saving of a Few cents on a bottle nlpmpnt will not he known until th'nmpr.'s completely rnn down with an attackof

ii 11 clock. The to President Roosevelt and his Vanilla Extract: will not atone for decision! Ii mufl piW'r' It dysentery." I bought a bottle of

1 :i:f usual compos- party was receded! in Wall Hrt'etl SECOND PRIMARY the annoyance of having dessert was a mivt magnificent attack and an this same remedy and this time one

> irons for the rest shortly! before 11 o'clock. The first I Irep.rts that fi "just a little oil" in flavor. able defense. from the Ftrateglst'lstandpoint dose cured me." Hold by all druggists -
less conflicting Always buy rurp't'a.CONCERT and medicine dealers.
1" a-. were more i .--
decline in the stock lIit
and a general
ent Was Intense. THE SANTA IIOSA8UKK
.. Ads intense and rut followed, although at no time WM the Special: toTbeNg-ri.: AND DANCE AT MEAT & MALT has a marvelous! BATHING KSTABLI.'HMENt

ui fan that the market panicky. The downward tendency l'l .rl"ffAn. 's. C., Sept 3.-Ia p-a MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY: dieteticjvalae. While refreshing and

Mlled. After rev was checked as soon as It became of the fact that evidence of fraud in NIGHT. TRAINS 8,8:30 AND pleasant to take, it helps assimilation Bathing in the warm gulf waters U
known that the president's Injuries 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS A' conceeded to be the finest in the
1 "e of the accident the u.Udr.&l election: was prows : of food. Sold byDANNHEIr with
for pleasure
;i'- .Miit-nt determined were cot !;serious and the rally the executlT committee has given 11:5'. TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT P.R BRQ.-j.: Everything Good board and lodging, by

.1' followed. out a reriged tabulation at the TO- DEPOT. week. Luncheon promptly -
ey to Stockbridge. almost! cost for the the day or
at Lnox he wa and ord rod a second primary between F urm.t tDP next 60 days! to make served at all hours day or night.
lp tae! nt' Excitement at Oyster Bay.Oyster Von Kolnltj ail Grace. The charges Try THE NEWS Want column ; it room for new 5 ock. CHARLES H. Bt:RT0N,
Bay. L. I., Sept. 3.Sewsthat O. M. 2m-tf Manager
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Mine Fire Still Raging.

I Ib -- I Brarawell. Va., Sept. 3 -The fire MAY MARKELL

1f B.a< JOHEJlIIt"N" Portugal at Wercy of Forgers. and in the Pocahontas rnlno \\'hkh113':' MISS ,

Bold Robbers. : thought to be under C'ontrolla5t night, A Society Belle of London Canada.

1Jshon.Spt.Tuiere is an epideni Is still burning this! morning an.1' _$_ .-. -.. _
in the pure hop flavor. Bottled only at the Brewery. i if ot fraud in vanous parts of Portu !' --
great damage is resulting The mine
The American ; IS3 MAY MARKELLof flow in a healthy and natural -
Brewing St. Lout. Mo.
It t I gal. Forgers of bank notes on a large offiria'b! who yesterday thought they I M London Ontario _ manner. Menstruation

eOLil: fc\'iM>Y\\rtftltfc. scale ha\e hen arrested Robberi-f had the flr under control satod }\ Canada is a beautiful startt-J right is very easy to

!, of ammunition ind war material froT that it may IIP ten days before the girl who !knows what keep regular through the

the arsenal at Lisbon have been dis! fire Is extinguished suffering is and Wine of vearsofmaturewomaalioo-i.

H THE OCEAN. i SHORT STORIES. covp'-wl. and the government hi! Card ui has: brought her back I-. Then the "change of life"

._- -- I be-n .frarf'd! to the extent of $ofl<). State Horticulturist to Be Chosen. to health. She is one of the need not be feared. Thus
re Mi-re ]I;,:!', insane" ducks I CarJui is woman's
abundant iitO by excise men accepting brigand Savannah Ga., Sept. 3.-A meetingof i social favorites of her home Wine of
,N, i4iand. in Mime parto of Mexico and her "' best relief from youth to
I enabling large breweries to eva,IV the executive committee of the recovery to health .; ,
..'II! ( > lunatic ayIum. Two CHK.I mines l has her old A million women
'I.t permitted to
( } are row in successful Gut.!',;. hoard of directors of the Georgia >xI enjoy age.
lor JI"I'Ubtjlllll'f more 'ration .\la.ka. the of her have secured blessed relief
u dpi in Tiny; produce Burglars entered Costa's bank here ; >?rnK'ntal! station, at Griffin Ga. will company many JJw Xtrked.
I Ii j friends instead of lying . from their sufferings by tak-
N '"IIt'au eouLlii on -- -
Monday rspht i and stole $HMi.titiii Thy !
he held at that place next Wednesday ,
i'i .': ..C tie! city of Ahmed Mexico: tbeie is ,i strons:: prejudice I entered the bank by a subterranear'passage when a state horticulturist will b"> I abed of sickness and suffering. For ing this treatment. It relieves menstrual -
the health she troubles in incredibly short
now enjoys she pivescredit : an
bail that the
tiiorIXHI a-Ji.t
-i. amijrirls
.5 IliIflhIY 'nt otouieu
nit I ; whuh they dus!; thems.Ivetand i, chosen. Professor Starnes ho formerly J of
to Wine of Cardui. She writes: time. In a simple case deranged"I
:- !. with iiu tpiili-mie in industrial I .
entirj rise.s.The
) broke the cafe
I' open held In the position, will be j Wine of CarJui never fails. Torelieve
I i }11 ,1t'parI1'1'ut (.f a;.:i- ulture is "I have found Vine of Cardui an excel
,!. ,. to the latenten l1i'I'I I elected lent remedy for female trouble. suffered disordered menses is to remove
t' : tributing J'II\JI..Jd nlxiut tbe C', Robbers Create Peign cf Terror. the cause: of other female troubles. Any
for three
1 I' :i | 4 N.pulatk (If 2tr,(.,. house flj inl j-Uifriiilendiiiij the study I Colon.! Polo'nhia, :Sept: 3.-\ siral' Tennessee Miners Strike. years with terrible bearing-down phybician will tell rOil that to remove
I w !'mill OVtT 1._< IIKIU f that iristvt : pains at the menstrual period. I could
(> hand of armed robbers has lately be::ri' Kroxville\ Tenn., Sept 3.-About 10' j hardly stand on my feet and was never I tha cause of a disease renders the cure

: r' M 'I" .r provincials.! Oil fuel Is used exi luhcly in tLe fistifii terrorizir.7 the foreier and other resi | mine's presented the scale recently real welL Wine of Cardui was the only I easy: in fact seldom fails to complete

'." -!al\ s" Inarms;: old iiifitm fun.d .es of the new Pbllnur.t. dents of Porto HI ilo Playa Dma and adopted by the operators and miners' : medicine that I could depend on to do me the cure. If you would have the same

i''' ''i.ixe, l.ecn found lieiiu ntldlhil1 Tilt tei'iperuture in other points f that section of thc relief which Miss Markell secured try
i (contention in this city, but the company any good as tried several: with no suc
"" <>i' the old parislin tl".,.&. can be raised to 1'H.) coast. The robbers;: have e\tort-d i has not jet agreed to pay the cess. Win of Cardui cured me and I Wine of Cardui. You can take it without

I I : ,;::II. rertlii-liire Sci-t- dt-grt-vt.' I an examination and without
I money in many instances on the pies'! scale. Negotiations are still pt>n1- have now enjoyed perfect health for two
hatever. You take it
Military nf t/tuns.: i'itsent at the 1'1'I I that it was the Liberal cause Thfgovernment ; ing. years, and give you all the credit for I publicity can in
of home and
the secure
I : hit the Kind ut Jao \ ('\\' III' tbe Arfa'i'tinoariiij! areniH.rtJ gunboat General Pinzpi; know you deserve: it." privacy your
I just as much bene:.t a* if a doctor had
.v i.> stronply magnetic < to ba\o Said Lit the solutions, and I II patrolled the Porto Bello coast and Zonticheff Arrested. For a young girl Wine of Cardul is pre-cribea it for you. Thousands of wo-

',. :III'I'w liht on the re- I aj-ih-araiHv of tlit- troops \\('re'OI.thy ; landed a small armed force but the Sofia. Bulgaria. Sept.4ener3! : the best remedy to puide her through mon are feeling the vigor of return Ji

-i. nimiher of MiipwrpcLsi IJf tbe bvst orgauized :armies of l"MWlion robbers betook themselves to the hills'' Zonticheff. president ot the Mai ed }. womanhood by starting; the menstrualtlM I'I health ly taking W me of Cardui.WINEofCARJDVr .

t 1..1 i retfon.luiohs rope. i ,
upon the arrival ot the government : ian committee has been arrested at 1.. --
.i. of a lunatic rt>- Dr. T. E. TUrk conrlndes in ItI.tJItLer t
forets. and they have not been captured Dubmiua and brought here The tr- million suffering women
.II ::!I as)him his nine months' labors I |, rest ol other members of the committee have found rend in he was utrllrlit'l dlim.d. tinTt; will lie a uationnl Cii-i ------- is imminent Wine of Cardui.
_J ___1-J- -a.j- __ Wb
"-whkb had conic all dea\or sinizutiun in e\< ry emintrj ,
Ccrrbine Abruptly Stopped. 1
i !tit- .ialtee mountains, in Ciiroiio, each with a secntary in the I Boston.;: <,pt 3-The Advcrtisi says Metilcal Society /vnenuon.

",> :--I1l'd an edict for : Two young men cf Marion, In1.,have I packing house interests has been stopped he Pensacola Medical society 91'' TRY TH NtVl W AliT ijtUMli !

I MI ki-h Milijerts. under I. been comrades ever since they were suddenly. Schedules of properU .he B >:\rd of Health offce it *

". I punishment, to take les- \'''.\'!'. They tell in luve" with sisters which were beini! made in Boston an 1 'clock p.m. 'fueday.'tpt.. 9 and :2L:

i',_. Mvorii e11.rche. or Inn I were nariied April 7. IW: ). left their i elsewhere in NeW England ui be fib! II 1 Visiting phyMCianti are cordiailv!

; 'ininutfrlde the army. as wives July T. I'.KC.I and Clcd 1-ills of divorce nvited to attend. -
at Chicago as a basis for taking I'rall
,.- i.irin a dai.gor for the July !<:, 1.J e. i ,
iI the indPjondont ('onl'prn1'1'1' President. TIME TABLE.
111'11.I .\ I
made up in a hurry and were all ready OR. L. DEM BLOCKEK.

A Hard) \\lufrr Onion. I i to send on Monday. that th u2ottf Secretary. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IN .

i 111B of kidney or I Lope that a jrood uuuiy of my : valuationa '!
mil rp- date when the \ to rap EFFECT DECEMBER; 1. Iwl

I : ii-.irder by taking;: Foley's friends! will try Inrh4ta.Iiite jiieen I place, but they id not KO in. a= word .S PARKERS -

.. Cur.V.. A. D'AIemDeite, ..!:d 1 ..tsi1.ly1lite Portugal says a. was received from Chicago not to forward HAIR BALSAM New Orleans and Mobile.
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writer in Practical rcrmcr lor owin:; 9 i
them. _ tv Iniiiniijt growth. I I
Never Fall! to Heetore Gray No.8. 'o.4. No.2.I No. 8.S.m o.l. "
\ MIUIC: I'II. in 1"11 ground during; August; or early hair to its Youthful Color. 7:15 a 12I m n:m: p Leave ..... Pl'nul'ol&.Arrln I a I f:W p 1'--
-'t-r.teinlsr., the "I'I'-dlins to he lett I L. : Cum n.... p d muri 1> hair 'LI1I>io j, S..V A 2: 7 p i 1fl a Leave.. .. Homaton... Leave :JI.a : SSO: p I |
the lu'blarul.s! & and limit Dm'tutWEEKLY ;
.hl iii'irist i'i S.nt Oii Leave.. .... :Mobil .. Leave
during the winter to make A :'1'llIinllllf'lIf.Inefect1"e 11:1!>J& t;: p 25i a 12al ln't 1:15D
,;ill..\. u,;: ;;tiuiiML;? s-torj : .. -- ... .. _._M"n. I'. 7IIto! I..>','ve .New Orleans Lt-sve wtssD' 7Ba:
disappointment ---- h -- --
11"1 early jntc-n (011 ions for I'linchinj I liver medicine ia CIIEDUl-Ii -
!'MI l.i 1I.t MIIUIIH.T
vi ;; out > North.LAW .
ha\e had e\4ii the Y..IIHutch t busttarteil but you don't want topurge
the! 1l..l'lh ,-t Scotland. :;11.1
and wintered dwell an.1'e i strain iiiui break the glands: of FOB STEAM DIVISION
I litl.t ions. four fariiitrs. ('fl- -touiaeh and boweU. DeWitt No. :2. l"o." i. So. I .so. 1.l1'e .
a !101.; crop of try early hunching : the l'KN8ACOU.ELKCTIUCTEUMIflAJ" P m 12:1 p m Leave ..... 1'l'D'scola ... Arrf4no p m 6:1.. am
ihe! train. Thy wIre nil I.j_. Little Ki-ers never disappoint.
Early ..
onions. 11:15 a m I\fi. p m Arrive Montgomery IA-I\\'e 1Ilfi a m 9:55pm
Mien and 'oiiipk tly IHl'Clup then They clean-e the-ysteni of all pol-on UA1LWAY CO PANT. 11:5l l\m 9:0'4pm \rru'e..HI.mlnKhu.I."Rve !1:33am ': 5pm
I .... .sa"hnlle ......Ll' ... ... ...
the one M'lc of the ,..mll/lI.t. Tfc.v CENTS WILl. nrv trial size! of and putrid and do it so gently 7:0.0 p m 1:11I a m Arrl\"t. vtl
Train leave Ft-nsacoU lor the Llltlt 2:3) am 1:1.i a m Arrive... 'ouivlIls.Leav 1/:11)/ p m 2i5 a m
Ely's Cream Balm ; enough to con- that one enjoys the plea-tit ellect-. Bayou HIll Rayon Warn1ngtona,7 Yari 1: 'J a m 1Ir. a III -\rrl\'f .....Cincinnati... LI'RVl' 8:'.1 p m II:tl p inISIp

: O'xtt.lti..n the carriage door since you that it i-> the greate of Theare a tnnc! to the liver. Cure and Fort Barrancas at 7: ."!.. -- 111 ArrIvMt., .. loul :beave_ 4:15pm:_ '.:SSpm.. ..
1 l.iliou-ne", t')roid liver and prevent: arrive at Fort Karrancai 1:13a.a PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCrION.
iilrnit a tall, rada\trou-- remedies for nasal catarrh or colJ in fl.Mla m.
fever. Hargis' Phirmacy, John 10.00 a.m arrive at Fort Karrancas lo.o a.n .
:.ih ii I H.lit the path of a the head. Kull *ize 50 cents. All arrive at Fort Karranoai 1:46 P 11 .so h..r. &bown
!'heppudIwey: Kahn. 1:011 p m. .so. 1-1Jally .so. S-Oally i Hop 111 1IU11' not : So. 2-1)ally .so. -VaI17
II'' endeavored to \\cd;:eM dru '",i-ts. We mail it.Ki.v __ h -- 8.80: p. m.arrive at fort Uarrancai 4:15 P 11 -- -- --
Aisle.Ior.tgoriary. fI:15p. m. arrive at Fort Karrancai TOO p n UM 1:001 a m '1.\' P..niacoll..Arrhe. 10M pm 11:10 inI15
Jtuos. ;5'Ii i Warren street.New Dead In Church pm p
\\t't11 two of the farnursi Cody '
'htIp.m.&rrIYeat Fort Bsrrsncss g:4ipn ,' : night 7.1 ... Ioh..mlll .. ... 11'17" I\llll"
.< tlittiuilt! uptiatiun lt b York. \ .\Ia. Sit. ''. -Th" Trains leave tort Kamncai lor Panic 1tJ.. 1 III" .. )'nl".us. ... .. I Il1.I' 11:01"
Secondtreet.. Albany.. Y. : .........lsel\mbll ...... "
15.1 cola at tlZI" 7:1' &st' 6:57.J
'. "K\cu-e sir :Mr. :Moll'e Tallt- \\ hoa \Ia- I
: lue ot
i u.: ; body > .. .. .
.... .... .Mulat ..... '
01..1' Ki.v HKIIS.:-I siiilered : 12soj" 1':5 .no. Iu25 I12j11" : !\
>;;:0 a Lit: Uich seat iiHiodate >> : promirc'nt uiide'it ot this rit\'. wa-- 7lSam arrive at 1'.na&cola ... 8:00 a. n 1.M .. .. ... ..... Harp ..... ..... jsji It 5:411'
.. the greatly with cttarrh and tried different th' :L, lliuOp m. arrive at Hensacola_11.46 p.n I 12:51) 1..ilS .. .........GIIoIt City........ II IOI to 5::!? "
: afternoon
peroist without etffct. After foundesterdi> lying in 2:00 p.m. arrive at Fenaacola._ 2:45 p.n .. ... "
remedies 12M" 7at. ....... :'tlilton ...... lUl 1:1':
'1.. of parliament you u-ing one bottle of your Cream Balm' aisle of the First Christian thurch! 6: inches of : 7:0)\ p. m.arrive Peosaool ____ ';45 p. 1:65": S 15 .. ........... Holts. .. :8:1": tI6"
eighteen had be-n i --
i"i I found relief and I cannot: A "hotin'e before hhe arrive PentiooU_ 8.SOD. B ..
praie 1:45 p. m. 2rI) 'I 53 It ......... MI1tglln ....._ 10:10: II t II
too hi.'hly touch a remedv.Mis i seen -ittins on the steps of the churchIt 4atUrQ&YR only 2i" s'is .. ..---... Cr."t\.I........ \1:111" 4'(11) "'
,.,.nd." icplietl theM I CORA WILLAKH.Sept. FARE: FOR WEEK DATS.feniacola I' II I" II iiII ........I) fo..r Land ....._ :55" '.:t"I
thought she enteied to esLaethe ..
is to Fort Karrancai and retorn 46i I 8:1:1" \IIi) ..... M0.y head ___.. !Iftl" 8:11\ IfI
27 : ,.
ry puul fir jou rain.Mrh soon began fal'i'ig! PensacolatoNavy Yard and rttarn..... BBs I It'801.00Ia t'0.1" \Is.'i to ..uDlllkt\prlng.. 11:1'1" 2s "
.it v.ay. but j ohana -- ------- --- -- i to Palmetto Beacb and recrn lit I tI"I to \IU' _......... Argyle! ....._ 1U It 2:111"
I>r.*i>.. ; I'..r u l'bu'utruIh. Heart diseas-c is I supposed to have ':4'} IIU' to ....Ponce de Ll"otl..... 7II": >>:18"
1 befit con- IIOM' rich tt'loritiK is Iangreat'st uid death SUNDAY IOHIOUOC.When i 1:00" 101:10' .. ..'llie h_._ 1:17 It I :t6 "
act uf l.aV1LL .S MUUI..I \ I weather permits tbo running o I I 1:1'1 It 19 U' .. ..._ fary\"llle.._._ Tlt.. I" "
'lieaut_ should lie npresontcd open coftcbea 1I.i" 1\oJ to .......__.. IIODIIII.......... ;!\6 It 1t1.: .
III touts\ to Ian vI 1\hI tio&li I! Was Killed In Corn Field. Leave Pentaeola Lv Fort barraaeaka.m. I ef)' ,. 10:47" .". ..... ... <..blpl" .. ..... .". 11:81" t:1'4 III
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I Ida, m. 11:1\1) 1111" Cottoudale 11.1-1" It:1I'I flCOk
I '', I, I. lit 1I.III1f'n..e Sue. tlLts. I I a\annah Ga.. Sept. 3.- An I1nI lla.m. U m. I 1uO" 1IS": .. .........:tIarlanns! ........ II 6:00 II It:16"
.\ mil with red cold hair U costumedixrlups I known nepro was making a raid on acorn 1p.m. >> p. m.Ip.m 1:80" 1I:40i" .". .. ._.. Cypre. ......... II'I" 1I4a..mI
i trouble so bid," ( 1 a') 11:53" ......Ur.llt Rtdge_._ II 5:5 II 11 :1:1:
in dull brown tints which II I') field at the Springfield dairy, a p.m. I 1\I 12:1)5 noon" I'InfoaJ 5.1 II luff) '
\ Ip.m p.m. .
v LlleyTI w. Ky., the of hertnsM's. last ci&ht. :l5 II It:15" Arrl"p..R ''tDctlnn ..1..a\f'1 1'1'1'' 111):'II"I
; .. ,t work, myfeet were not detra t from brilliancy I short distance from the city 4 p. m p m. I

'\ ..- 'i-e size and I was I'.Lick also is a ;:ood costume I II I when he was discovered by K A. Ede.i! (. p.p. m.m. ,( p.p.m.m. I

,. I'.,J and physician* fur her In l.ut nearly e\cry woman' Peld a young white man. Kd<*nfie:1 fABI FOB iCHDAT

., 1. .rive me any reltff.L Asell in l.lack.hite awcnuiates -I I had a gun loaded with buckshot an1 ?enitcolato ort Barranoai NaY) I DEPARTMENT
lard and retnrn___ ___ )l.
: pre-cribed Foley'3 detects and is U-comiiis; only to the -
I he fired hot barrels: into negrn.I aisooia 10 Falm tt3 liIuoh and (IF-
I '" which made a well joiilhlul (art-s. him reinrn.__________ lBs I
\v. A. D'Aleniberte, A middle with sihtrypray I Nn fralibt .IY"d Mt r H-15 O. m John B. Stetson
S f' ''x. !
Lair mmht be rtpreaeuted iu a
Political Riots In Halt!.
pnw n ol gray satin, i'erhais. or of I3o Lnucl. I'1ric1a.
.n therapeutic Association.rU !i, New York. Sept :HMorr poi'1riots The Beer
ILak.ltt. with a bit of white lacebtiiuewherc
; Stpt.Mor.) : .. than 130' about It. Inanity shouldLe have taken place at AntCa\a-- JOHN I1..I-'OltBl'SI'h: n.l'rf''ltlPnfI.mltT.J.IUIt.lII.I.: ,. H, Dean

:." .\'" attendance:' at the found in t.\ .-ry !hue of her figure.; Haiti. say a Pan .Tuan. P. R.. dii'irrh ThatVICTORIA Made Fall Term ( '1111I111111'\Vrilin-l.i\.\ <)('(ulicr I. Hili P.

nuual nieeMng of the Amerl.infutu to The Herald There was prolnnceri TWOWo: i OfRSK-The Law HfpHrtment John B. -trtwu ('ninr.1t111IV1

association says aN A :New ....r""y L-:tlitttr'iTr.tinonial.. street fightin betw.n the FedralI 1 at....o-yefli 0;' cour"p. leadint; tn (ti.. itsirreof LL HI
DKU1U AUMlls Iu THK: HAltTb.diploma of the Law !ls.partnl..nt of John H.
Y. dispatch to The Tri M.T. Lynch, editor the Fhilips- t I and flejuiblicans. The police qu. '. d'the i i Mts-ton I'nnerll adnnti to tL.- HtirH
several ha II i DANNI I tR r A ij Hl'lI F.R I)\. I-' (ltM \'1ilN--Iorti: ,, Law Annnunoi-nii-iit of l'-.I. and all other d*, .
1 Fivdenck H Morse, of burg, :'\. J., Duly Pot, write : "I riotins after persons feln d iiitonnatioi: rfijiirOIni! .. Law 10I'p"rtlll..nt..ddr.--.

',1 'i--, the president. <'all<*i have u-ed many kind- of medicines !I h('en wounded ; ALISKIU' J. FAHllAH I./I.'alillf Law DejurtiiifMt.

to order. After reports for cough- and coIls in my familybut I)*- Land. Fh.:

11 : betn submitted papers never anything: f-o .rood as I'oley's Negro Lynched In Arkansas. 1:5- .
Honey and Tar. F cannot say 3 -A 1e'g.5)
StfDhens Ark.. Sept
III'"Jnner.. of :\eIh.
too much in prai-e, of it,"' \V. A. named HOK \\1101ail hanged u.-ari Tulane University of Louisiana.
f Birmingha.m.Ia
'- In. i IVAlemberte 1LM: S. 1'alafox. (
i 'I. of \t'w Orleans, a:. I I lit-n h viste; tIty b> a party of mt'n.:1 1 1i MAPK: 15Y : ,
; !on attempt' a erin nal a ::il.ult ,.n No-vv OrlonuH.EDWIN .
I slfhe'y i
If you l / best while -'u the IO-UKNT: uoriLB I.KII ,
a M"ins, fa1ly l was in sir

: in -Porto- Rican Town. I ice cret1n/reeer at the very 1 1 den ..Ith"rirgg..tahll': -. He (con IN TOVS.D&NNHEISSER. A. ALDERMAN, LL.D., President.

I I. It.. Sept. 3.-The ro!' lowest price, the Willis f. .' ,,d hi.s crime and Ih.'\' hanged hltnLh.FI BROS l-u'l Coories In Lansaaji-s. scleni'i";*. h:nz!n-..rlng L".. Medicine l'h"rIQIII'Y Art.i .

of .Junlif. aft'\\ Hardware Co. please I-nlo\l.\: ,i Hi-\en separate U..p"rlln..ut.'IH..n Kuildinii-. tlt"lIo1I.lhrarl..... Laboratorlei
i.ixva can 1 :
) KO ACIESTSOK THE CELEBRATED and Worlnbops hplendid Department for Wnmrn li tbe Nencouib t'olleKn.:

: from Hiiniarao \ui : .' i/oil. Dr. J. C. Bi-hop of Agnew, Mich., Tulane makes |euer> mail vocntiona. It* f>t<-ilitl4 fir instruction art uniurpa.sed
M "I Monday riaht at ,iiI have u-ed Foley's Honey I I. I, Harper f iSCY.Main IntheHoutb. Kiuhty-sn ia>truct(ir auJ lil: -tud-nu last stsion.. Maar scbolartblpf
--- -- say"I: 1 In Ib@al'ad..mlcd"pllum..nt 0\>- n to Louisiana bovs 1-lpt: i in their town tthiiin ''I I and Tu in three very severe cases ofpneumonia House; -401 S. Plafox street. ; flT.'ifor '.....loD. Hoiird and lo.liin< in clornutorl.' at low rate ; l consWenilil'] !! ,,,>t-iMialties ''''''' ''' ''' with good! result in every R. U. Union i academic studentfor delf-belp. In ton Aeal.-siilc'oIlet.e. n') boy. properly pn pared
1 .ubtitute.W.. A. fxchane-Opp. Depot : fur coil* work will lie turned away from mutiility to pay tuitiuu Next te siou begim -
Th. i'''am is ; C'a..e. K-fje 1'. O. Box 2?1. Penaacola Fla. I> ,October. Send for Catalogue.

'"i. police were i iinp''i: 'ati If You Have IVAIemberte, 121 Palafox.. Phoues 116-268. Addre <. It. K. BBUr, Secretary.

.':,T The jtI\: ,'rllm or -
i- appealed to anu tli. : ..,1 I Try one of our celebratedII. : --

<} S. Felt Mattresses. ;: -WE WILL-$*

RheumatismURIGSOL They never pack or grow

Men Are. >ept Puzzled.K :' -.The rwn lumpy. Better at half than the a price.hnirmatiress CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODSat

< wellhae lin J the frrrat testel sal ,

HH''s ,)( oil a ia> stt'ad,1 .nlired will CallformsRtmeoy cure Marston j* ()uiflt. and Below Cost to :Make Room for Our Immense Stock of

> i..,- Suddenly th,' \ lldird you. It alv cures Liver Kidney aadBlaJ
.ler diseases rauard by an Uf(''! ot The finest line of umbrellas in the
instead ol oil thd ; uric aCbtIt never fm.s. and builds cp Go lookat --*Fall Goods: -.--
J. I. .Stephen
." salt watpr. ThaI the health anl ftrergtU '"lme' using it city is
; I\K feud stamp for book wonderful certifics'es them.
wells at Sun. I bottle. For suits --
I II\"S two bj drUkJRis's.ITIce.If f 1 your per druggist fan not CONCERT- "AND""DANCE AT 2S doz Men's Laundries: Shirts 63 pair Ladle Spring Heel Shoes; Get your boys ready for school.
:iei'ly ceased to jieldh be pent prtpaij close at Toe. regular $1 to close & We full lineof
I supply you It will upon THURSDAYNIGHT. regular fll to goods quick at 0c I carry a, Boys'Suits. :
: .'d over _(") barrels receipt of price. AddieaUricsol MAGNOLIA BLUFF pair. G-j: Boys' Suits, regular price, $1.00
27 deJZlen'I Colored Laundried .
"> three weeks. TRAINS AT 8, 8:3OAND to cIoe at 7Sc IoU it. :
tz-t two or
Chemical Co., Los Angeles.C.I.or shirts, regular Toe, to close at OJP.G7 83 pair Ladies' Low rout Slippers,
RETURNS; AT 67 Hoys'001 Suits regular
: "M 9. regular fL2j; good, to cloe at TI05
the TICKETS 25 CENTS, ATDEPOT. : doz Men's Colored Laundried I $1.50 and $1.75. to clo-e at $1.15; suit.

il "''nha:.: .. III' tht' 1.llnKf'. lanar: &, ?ar.kIn Drug Co, Atlanta! 6a. 11:50. Shirt*, regular 50c good to close at pair.. t 12') Boys' All-Wool Suits; regular

Distributing Agents. 35c; these goods should go in 24 63 pair Men's Low Cut Shoes, rl' !-: price $2 00 to $3.00, to close at $1hO
..y.. irnice my lun ;; '. hours ular $1.50 goods to close at $1.20 aId 12 (1J uit.

.. ufected that I had doz Men's French Neck We carry the largest line of Boys'
20 Bilbris- .
r1:.. A1.. DISEASES
: tje: write* KIDNEY pair.We Pants
by house in the
'. Undershirt at 20c regular 25c I any
.1 I uti. -I took treat- gnu I carry the largest line of Boys'
.. .. IB.BOO fri. goods. in Pensacola. city.All
v nl phy-ician with- Shoes of any house of our Ladle and Misses'dropstitched
Ht I then -tarted to Awarded at ParU \\ cs. 3/) doz Men* French Neck Balbri- Bring your boys to us, we can fit
fatal ( aU .. 25c. hose to close at
1isih rot e ,
M iiey and Tar and my I gan Undershirts at 30c, regular 45c, them in any size. ,| 20c. pair.

'v :-ound a* a bullet. uu. sold by othsrs at oOc. We have juat received a full line i lOt doz Mines' fall seamless hose

I it .III. advanced stages: All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts. We will ,1 to close at roc doz, or 4 pair for 2-lc.
.:I. \V. A. D'Alem-, auiNALAROCHEWINE I Is I close at 75 cent close at 50c for your choice. :home 75 doz Men's Seamless half hose

I I'i...(..x.flic.'y'S I FOLEY'II=tI 72 Pair Ladies' Sprint Heel Low of them are worth 11.50. I regular lOc goods, to close at 6c pair.

Cut Slippers, 2).., to 7, regular fi We carry a full line of Skirts. \Ve have just received a full line

Honey and Tar CORDIAL Copttlni goods to close atTOc pair. Look at our window display. I of Ladiea' Kid Gloves in all @hades.

*"" No OD/41es. Hi.htiit recoimiendiiion for cure of Poorness ; or money

ol iIr Blood Inreies Siomtch the troubles srpetiC.and Stieflthet1S Generil De- rcmediM rccofniitd br sal Remember, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we will have Room .

sal baiM the entire >stem. the fat lor !
the nerves up physicUni u ;
an house
1 get your e ra DrOufli ,! and BLaddtf Irou 1u.I F. E. BRKl/tfNER'S
: ". .' f complete a t afarrZflL'S PARIS 1Ci .Dq ,

F. Foug.r .t (o. flu .. ... .
I l) on easy pay- I W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. I t 105 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.%
weekly monthly.



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" I| ties in draining or caring for large 1 !

iJ P: -_ bodies of water, and eventually to
St rid the city and the suburbs of all

, ; __-:. plague of mosquitoes and malaria. :! COMPANY! Sarsaparilla, take Ayer's. Your doctor ,I __ _

I Though the undertaking requires The -&:.Hnnual gat! nra I
Catered at the I'oit Office at Pen&acola, I Ce.. Knding HrCt'UlI'f'r 'tt"sr
, I. jna.iecond-cl868 matter. general vigilance and co-operaiion. i:i |I will say so, too. He knows. J.C.l7 LowtU.'MM*. iu Hlot, 'I

t there is some satisfaction In the The ;oreHntatiQu of Carmen at theo

, t l I' Falaloi orricfiruri ItrEoet. np-ttairs.Bunding, 11Ji Booth: thought that the two pests may: be '.I' >eia tnu-elast nwht by the Boston -- -- -- -- iJ THE[ [QUITIBLE

removed together. ,
,I: THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. Ideal Opera Co. fully *u=taifced the Flames Near Cusseta, Ala. I "Hooliganism" Rampant In London. |

excellent reputation previous performanees I West Point. Oa.. Sept. 3.-The home New York Sept .-"Ifooltganism"is !!
h Terms: Invariably in Advance. 'THE CRUSADE earned for this of T. L. Vainer. near Cusseta. in again rampant in several districts > LIFE ASSURANCE[ OCIUi.Assets
I company. m South
I On Year by Mall, .... ** wBU London cables the London .
Chambers COunlAlahoima. was totally
5, Months .. : 50I It univtrally believed to have correspondent tt The Tribune. The I . . _
I destroyed by fire at an early hour "
One Wet-t,by Carrier, Fayabl Monday li FOR GOOD SIDEWALKSThe criminal record. abound In dally lists ;s
I i been the best representation of this { yesterday morning. The origin of the Reserve and .,t: ..: I., ,
I of outrages! committed in the chief ities8urpJusfrom. . .
TELEPHONE NO. 118. opera ever witnessed here. A Persian i I fire is unknown. The house was occupied ._..
thoroughfares by organized! bands yet
by T. P Catlus. who left a --
Honeymoon will be given to no amount of publicity or police supervision ( whit! :; Il \ -
city officials have begun i in few hours before the fire for Lafay dends .
..- night. This is an opera which has appears to have any effectIn are paidPaidtoPolicyh.ldr .
.UNION' L L earnest the crusade for good sidewalks I. ette to attend court. The house is a diminishing the ruffianism
never vet been presented here. In iI complete loss. It was valued a! : -
and are determine1 to enforce'I I I 1901 .. .. . . .
another column is a synopsis of the ![ $3.50rt.' with ,r.oo insurance. Mr. CabIns Atlanta's Cotton Receipts. .' ,'. ,
the law. lost all his household Including I New Insurance !1i
effects iu 'I i ::7I
PBH8AOOLA, SEPT 4, 1902 work. It promises much enjoyment : Atlanta. Sfpt 3.-During the cotton
A long list of sidewalks; in need of (Clan in currency, and carried closed the cotton I Total Insurance m f. 'rc.
for to-night. II Trovatore will bee I no insurance. season just receiptsof Dec. 31, 19ul! . -.
repair hn$ been prepared and will bi j Atlanta showed an increase of SI.- -i:
Real war is hell, and this sham rendered to-morrow night and the I Notwithstanding .
t: ,
I 745 bales over the year previous. The : :1:
is out to be a fair presented at the meeting of the' I and Joiners cial of the "-
war turning very Carpenters Strike. strength S-ai.-, : .
i 1 will close their t
company present engagement cotton year came to a close at mloJ I : s
imitation j meeting of the board of public works : New York, Sept. Seventy-five out greater security whic .-. .
.. .... .. --- \ with Martha Saturday I night of Aug. 31. The receipts for holder thereby .
| of twelve thousand carpenters connected enjoy :/ L.aIE! I
fc A.vros-Dc5t\1' says he i much this afternoon. ', night. with the New York district of the year ending at that time were 173.. ., are LOW and it'ARAN I 1E, ,....

disappointed with Americans. The Property owners will find it to I 766; bales, as compared with 112,0211: I ter than given by ot r: _:
] the United Brotherhood of
I Carpenters for the year ending Aug. 31 1901I .
is mutual.
feeling their inerest to have their sidewalks I| and Joiners, have struck for an advance -

FIKIIIS are iudi-penible adjuncts repaired as soon as they receive no- A PERSIAN in wages of from $4 to $4 ;>>) --- -- -- I i, OOWLES BUDS..

| a da} Thirty-five hundred of the
to New, York funerals now. It's a tice, for the new ordinance requires
strikers won their demands almost iraI \ \ .
aEP1\.TIGUR1\ GeneralS''i. .
bad way -to show grief.KEXTIVKIANS ---- that where the property owner failsto HONEYMOON TO -NICHT I! mpiliat..I '. The Master Carpenters'j I

will find that prizefight make repairs when notified the j I association has decided unanimously 309 S. Palafox St.. PK.N-M: > \
-- all "" "
to refuse demands.
a tame alliir compared to their l city shall lay I them a stone walk and I not Strong Partitive. i!

own brand of home-made fight I According-) the Persian marriage CONCERT ANDV! : \:
.. the cost of same become a lien upon Rioting In Hungary. It doe all that i U required to MAGNOLIA Kl.l'Kh I 1.
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laws, when a couple are married and l
TOM JOHNSON will have: a big;; Hill i j the property. Agram. Hungary Sept.: 3.-RIoting I stimulate the Liver "f-cr NIGHT. TRAIN-'AI! ':_ .
---- -- -- -- substantially divorced they cannot ; continues here today. A state of
to climb over in order t'j capture theh 9. LAST TRAIN HI- I' ,
i }'or Over Silly \'ears.i !I seiee has been proclaimed and I tins
xt democratic national convention re-marry until one or the other has ; troopsguard without overworking; ; 11:50. TICKETS :*, i i -
i MRS wLV"LOw'3 KlIOTHIS''RtP ha the squares and public buildings.:
!I married some one el-e. Thi has'' the Liver and Bowel Aa DEPOT.
| bet-n uafd for over sixty year by millions! The mobs have sacked the houses of
mother* for their children ".hl\! teething, given rise to the office of marriage i j h__
IT.i= said Tom Johnson will willitjrly | a numb of Servians. The residence plea-;ant, palatable
with perfect success. It soothes the child ':
: oiler himself up as a sacrifice 1 *ofiea4tbe gumsallays nil paincures wind broker. Oue of the most successfulof of Captain Witas. who yesterday SANTA ROSA SURFBATHINC

fur the family wellfare: of democracy j colic, and Is the best remedy for Inarrhoea these is Hool-a-boom, who has shot a member of the mob wa.* fppf

but the family squeamish.; > It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. destroyed The raptain and hi*, wife taxatire IT is ESTABUSHMm
___h_ __ Hold by Druggists in every cart jut been petitioned by NaJir and wer.badly beats'n. Many rioters have lttl.

E I.L.I' and Germanyare endeaxonug of the world Twenty-five cents a bottle;'Nauzlma, a divorced couple, for his teen arrested.JEWELER. For eliminating Fish chowder will (1-, ,
be sure you ark for :l rs. Wlnslow's Soothiu& i j .
to construe PresidentKoosevelt's 1 serviceThis service he is willingto J j 1'uudle"ttlllI PM\ ,
$yrap.' and take no other kind I ;
call to h.tvtt
utterance on the Mou- perform, but is somewhat handi- IN HIS Typhoid and Malarial Germs other arrange refreshment-; : \ i

rOil Doctrine as a warning t.1 them, .
during the week .r
Kotouche "
capped by a rouantic
but uo such warning i* needed from the ..
so system nothing can term 1"'el' iiianagurCHAS. :
long as we own a good army aud THE POLICE young lady who i= desperately iu HEW\ STANDI Hi I;; >
ecual it. It i- a tonic and
navy. love with him. However he finally I

Htu.IWI h the letter of the coal!' COURT TO-DAY yield, but meanwhile the Prince, have moved my jewelry tore to alterative it will improve OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLESFine

president, Jiaer, the JJostou Trau1'script I who H ui the city in search of a wife, 120. South 1'aLifox, formerly occu- your health beyond your
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truly s,+y's : "The pious word. j jof has fallen desperately iu love with piedhy Bar:: / Co., and am now mo-t sanguine expectation--. i I,
There were sixteen caes on the'rt"d'i '. I'rv
this iiidu-trial autocrat by divine j better prepared than ever to give :
this same Nouzima: that Hool-a-
:sIt .
right will haruly avail to quell the ducket before Mayor Jrnes this great bargains! diamonds, watches Sold liy All! First-Class rrnWstg \ '
boom i* about to mirry. The Prince
tide of public indignation which IT: morning and the aggregated jewelry, etc. Call and see me and I 1

rapidly rising against the coal operators' HO. does not find Nouzima until just :a1 let: me convince you. !j FINE STATIONERY.

Itle ca-e-harJelied luJJlI r- few moments after the ceremony '' J. I. :STEPHENS. CREAT SALE i
Charlie Simp-on, better known as i
tuce to tilt respou-ibilme ot iuuus- I( binding her to Hool-a,bom.. He 1 C. V, Thomp*on. N '.
Ru ?ian Charlie, was fined ?10 for OF CLOTHING ETC
trial leadership exhibited by this \ lit...1/1'0. >nlilei '. Palafox
unmediitrly I I-cllarzE-s the Cadi for treet. ha- Ju..tnew ,
group of magnates has seldom if aaulting Andrew Lind. Lind Wt.rt'lt'atd. "1 want all the world to know I j -
been alluwint the ceremony: tu proceed, WriteR V. C. J. 15udl"l.g. Of As.'l-i: I supply of Linen r: i
Ihe I
ever paralled. tune of re- have ju-t bought at a great bir- Paper., white, blue ,
:i.d the first *iiJ with the away K. I., "\\'II'lt a thoroughly': '' and .ri I. *
cetit editorial comment 111 ihtmot Win. Windf-Il act > disgrace gain a $> WO stock of Clothing, shoe,
and J. B.
Food and reliable medicine I lnundj Euvejnpes to match. Oxf '
Men'Kuruiriittgs4, ,
I etc, in the storeat
conservative of of the Grand Vizier.
: papers lilt country arrested by Otllcer 11 ly a* d,tugeroui i I in Electric HitterThey curnl mn 200. South Palafox street, wnich, al-u Foreign; Mail Tabletvelope I
irhows the ol the i of punster amid liv"' r tr ,ub- that I
patience pub- and The second act present* a sc-ne of'le.trting *:- fgiiiuii.g Thur-day. will be uttered : to match. Ink
lic his beau \\ ell-Ulh exhausted.The I suspicious character, caused me pre'+-uttering for tntayyears. at sacrifice
j prices until all J
in c liuiehkir. house ini I II For 11 1I1I-round igone.; I Penholders, Blankb,) public ri'htly feels that thi-> were sent up for sixty days each, but genuine curethey ', Call early at ttjuriouih Palafox -treet1'hursday '
I honor of Hool-a-bouin's excel anything I everaw.1' aud etc., always on hand.
marriage at great bargains
strike !; not :i purely private aiTair i ?eutencewau-pended condi- Electric litterare ;
upon of
theurl'ri..e 'I I F. K. H]:.\WXElt. Phone 234.:
of the C'ul I'ompauie-and the M lli e'; tiou that they leave town at once. with the fair Nouzima. He i i-s surrounded ail! for tbfcir wonderful work in Liver, ,

"'orkt'r.-' I'uion, but a matter of i ireully -- --- -- I by his many friends, which Kidney and :Stomach troubles.Don't 1 I Cltlllopar Itplni; a 111'I.i., '
fail to them. Only GOctSatif. In :'
uational couceru. A< a party Nwt: 1I<"'init .'111' l.ilc. : lead the Jo-h \Ve-thafer. of See I ::1 -
i to ejection of Nadir, the ..ctmii sru.uautL-ed bv W. A. Loogootee, lYvor 11ar:: .
interested the "I I Iud is a mm, but he ;
vitally in controversy, was treated for three years by former hu-bind, who is wanting to D'Ali-mberte. 121 South Paldfox. would pour lieay* ____
not without
the public nag a right to doctors," --- oe ChauibfrUiu'Pam : -
demand I good write* 11..1. Oreer
!1 sit at the first table. The Prince Balm if it eo-t five d.lltra
and '.
that it be -ubu fitted to uibitratiun. McConutllsVille 0., for Piles and ,i FOR RENT. bottle, for it saved him from being Everybody ha a ru
piece of this earth.
but what I- the public gniig to do1'Fistula, but when all failed, Huck- the Cadi invent a scheme to drug cripple. NII external: application i- for it. They mu-i 1ittfight w i'

about a':' What, indeed can it do, leu's Artilc.Olln: cured me in two, I| Hool-a-boom during the drinking of FOR RE\"T The spacious I equal to this liniment tor still and chance to uetitt and get it.

in the ab-euce ul le al weekCures Hum gymnasium of the Fensa- I swollen joints, contracted mu-cl. Thos. C. Watson & Co,
any ; machinery brut*e?, Cut*,, the wedding; wise, so! that he may 'stiff neck,-pralnsanti rheumatic aud

fur entorcitu: dibit-ration? The Corn,bore-, Kruptioi.s, :Salt Hheum. > be made to sleep soundly that night cola Athletic Club can b e''Imu-cular\I 1.5111It ha-> also fired have acme particularly fine \> .

ouly cou-oliu; teutuitof theitu't- P.lf* or uu pay. :;dam atV.. A. IJ'A Iemb..rte' rented during the numerou case-of pirtul ptraly. to offer just now and they:
and thus farther: their plans by kiss seasolifor j It ifor sale by all dru i.taud von to come and invetig:- -
lion b that we are drtlr
; -i jollygood s -t'lie. You will havi .
fairs concerts dances medicine dealer-. never regret
: le--ou" ato the need of le_i-- Lug Nouzima when she was: a-leep, l i -- Fit
lion to protect the public interest iu !! which, according to the Persian etc- For particularscall : i

the future MRS. BURNS ai the club or j I will repair your watches ana Thifi weather makt t't .
laws, binds her to her husband for tle-I''Jewelry in flrst-clas\ style J. Iritephem. \
---- ------ phone\'o. J[)1. I graw grow you /UI J, I
WHAT nit: :\ l': \ YtnlBO.lW life. The second act ends with a I
01* III-. \I.TII P> III 11\: (.. ;!:protestation of innocence "a tire': keen cutting Lawn M<> et' >

The New York b.-ard of health ha-1 j VICIOUS GOWn f part of }ioul-a-boom.Iu YOU DON'T HAVE TO DRINK BOILED \WATER and Willis Gra.43Sneals Hardware ( '"' +,I

i-#ut'd a circular iu relation to the act Hunl-a-bo ui 'ind

prevention of. malarial, .fever :a dig i I S.,uzima have settled dow to tin A & DRINK '- L-:

eaitt now UlilIt'r..l."lt to oe propa :at- i, _\ aired lady! impaled upon the!! customary married life, running a FRANK SECARI'S BATH HOUSE
ed by the bite Ilf a kind of tuo-quito.
I j horns of a 'iClnucow was the! turil- small caudy -tore. The Prince, who
known ;I.< anopheles. >u far a- is Deep waterea bat .: .
: ling scene wittie-ed few : has no desire for Nadir Well d- .
known, infection is cau-ed in no ii{I by a people pr.-cnct In appointed Sideboards ty for white people .

; other way.. and the departmeut ha< i on \Vet Zur.l,o--t -tr- et yesterday the neiL'hb'irhiodiu'ii i an irdcr for compartment for U'li'- x
,. I II i .- ,:..'t: :. ---- -; :.,. : :'" teudant. Neate-t. b> -' >
determined to take all po--ible uea afternoon. I! ht, baul: -hnaent, but during the tare- bath h ue iu tL<- crnts

urea to prevent the breeding of this ': The ltdW.B Mrs. Michael Burns, i I wells it developethat! it wan tt ///1/ :- hi. \ \ -

i mo-quito, aiid al"<> call- upon physi-1 I III /'A\f Blessings on the head (. or C..v.tl1oZ: 1 r
who run* a Jury at 2: \Ve-t Xarragi Hool i! a-boom who ki..,.ed Nuii/ima. f..
sign, to co-operate with it by rep., :\ r of the man who
>-*a street. but the Prince him-elf Howl -
ill, C.I. ea* !- de with dipthtria

:llld other "notiti ible di-ea-e." I Mr*. Uarn Wit* bars,aininc with a I boom repudiates his wife and mi Hj I Fr : the sideboard *

Malaria, which u al-o called ague, man for a load: of hay. The cow, j rejoicing. Tne Prince Suds his iJeul 1 1/i' t'" :, / YOU NOTICED >
I .t I k
dumb ..tkrue! chill- and chill* iud which haa young; caif. evidently i; in the Cadi'i: clerk. who/ !'u-, ounrtantly 1 ..L\L; ,

fever lnot produced by -tanJiiiswater became angered at the rustling; of '| : been drer-ed at b.b.> tree I. I, ;;r /' :7'l' : WHAT IS MISSED }

upturns soil anJ so forth, except NECE'w

in -o tar a> these coiiJituuir-: the hay aud.l..werin.o its head, made yelp( oM Cadi iu .rdfr tat ther L ff.r-,; WIUJEKOCk: h =ire"V"vW'vv

low the mn-(]uht to dep.!! iTo = I nnt' a dive for the man who, fortunitely (I people will not mak- \> \ t. liB \\ ,\

tratisiiut tii l l..t'a..t' the 14o"lUIt'1 leaped out of the wav.Mrs. i wife.. The, C'adi 1 itn to I
bit Ji WafEr Do r u wan* i '
must a person infected. A'ter JSurn*, however, was not *o !, divorce him..eIf0 that tue Prince po \ : '. UTHIA flit little lljuiie.. .
a lapse: of tuLt days such a mosquito' Ii"
i| bite will infect healtny perM spry. The aiiKry bovine caught her, '| can marry: her but on being promis'ed I 7'A} ....... Stephen. you." jt w.ommodate

' >H", It is therefore in iul'.icticg; an ugly and deep wound : his former office -,f Grand! \ .zier, I It --1; ,-- ....: mixes perfectly with all '

| order totamp out the epidemic, atilt with it' horns an-i toesing her some ''he tinnifedlattlr iuJl.ll"- :,,,, 'UIJ ) I 1fIl;o.i O 1' /' .. -.... .- ...,. :;; "" beverages. It is a delicious All kinds of 1'//11'' t

i :! department< to d,., to avid distance all ire happy. ."?... ..."'"-, (... "'. =--1- :::::= beverage; in itself- ..the vim1.r" T
**lsZ' -*;:: rocking chairs at JJIl"
bites, kill the in-ect r- *, = j* and life
mosquito when. v. : \\ ithout the bite.
She wa rescued from r ,
the :tngn'iauiml i -
' tj Qui u's. Prices 'i' 'Tt
ever possible tad prevent its breed I a1 over ('nrf'l..r ClininiiCotiKiipaiiun.. 4, Bottled at Waukesha. Wis. .
and ,
i lu,{. All\ --tandiu fresh water: except : medical attention wa* Take .' .. low.
two of : : _
called. cups not water half au i I .. FOR SALE HERE BY
in larva bvdit nut friu -ed with ..
hour btrture each coral and just !h
' grass or *lmie. whore! fl-h eat the Ttit- wound while paii.ful i* not i I: foregoing to bed al-o a drink of -.rl. Ut ar iV Co., AI ents. YOU'LL GET THE LAUGH

eggs, afford .i brrt'din.'I.l.ce.. All con-+d-r.-d: -"lI latLd the injuredI water, hot or cold, about two hours

water which has tu be kept *.t.tudil1.1 I lady H resting eiy; today. i: after each meal. lake: lot* of out- froii tho-,- W: r'

such a- that in ram barrels, pan-. dour t'xercI..e-wdlk, nJ letter. unless yi < : -
Try THE NEWS Want: Columu.Eczema i drive. .
tin can*, wells! and *<> forth. should Make ., + of th! rhrbt' -
uabit f
a regular tr.M and in .
b* cohered by wire .':auzt>. - -- get tae rlht -
many C'i "' chronic cou-tipatl..ii F. B. BRUCE titno.Stationery. "C kei-,
19 the ujauin. 1Vatrrthatcane ,
euUjjr i may be curtd without the u-e of auy ;ty+. .

not be: covered in lhn fashion should medicine. Wheu a pur aticel* rt- glad 10 pot y-- .

oil square be protected An feet ounce, and with i= may et.l'uh a film be of poured for kPN"f fiftrn>on'Ue '' dr srd'Row rt'eu2"-.tnttt'.rirs'ire r-m irti..r it!.rine.rwiiiens nil froz it the trtter it skin is .sometime milk itihes.crust+..z..s.tat or- i 1 ;dud quired-trntle Liver like take Tablets.Ch: something

at any point, a# it r-preadi it-"lf.Window -. !lunl aj;,.II uk '.. air rr,oried torint dru.glts and mcJicinc dealers.dtlreSS YOU'LL INTERESTED
crreas and mo-quito bar i th," ILtt., !"t."t. ,, ,,.._.t. ,'"1 'UN' _:. j jl Qun( ,Ammunition Fishing Tackle, Bicycle and
'> !- "
[ inherits
rs 'r &p- ..
for l t.Jare rt'cHulw.noJ.and infected i'i...u Iot---t, ,.r;:.. tttse r.a\e teenHood's l The be; t for the Bicycle Sundries Edison and Music. i in tnanv of th" !:, p-
pron are urged to n-e the r ,,>.<,! ces S t rlCr fV' I' :v11 nt-ft Phonograph : here You'll h> ii -
O. M. }
greatest care to prevent btia,; bittru Sarsaparilla More. .yot'* furuunre 'Hammond and Other Typewriter*. Typewriter Supplies;: All Kinds of j j I i 'books with the style priutrdeasily i:.-w'j N ,

and thu allowing the dis tn be''I - Repairing. Luck and Fittintr. are ,
ae jvsl! \ely IVIU.IVM tr st. f n dic ayigs : Key >. ,,
and 'T!', ,.. For a baa tate in ttlvuth ; Hi Grade Hdtnmf-rle-I K Big i Fresh read ty; {
carried about to other r ae' !y :red the .r.1 ca-cs" a: d take Gnus Kfpt for -nt. sjapply Shells. kind 'i-
The ->f b- It
i Is without an equal T all cutar.. us Chamberlain: s :onuct and Liver all at Low PIIC S. i':
The department h 'pI'to enli"t erirt is. Tablet Forale ill to bay and rEad
bj drat
: ,H:;
the help vf the proper city :autnori- L !.LaYlLlaareLeLtett.wLC Yrue.cecta l ALd medicine d dth. 16 South Palafox Street. ;i,' Coe's Book Store

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"- FAIRCHILD Now, if their father threatened to do No. 5OO3.
3. H. TRUE STORY OF W. C. O'NEAL, President; F. C. NORTON Cashier;
them harm and ran them away, some J. fOSHEE,Vice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier.
S T B H. J3 H.
fXl O U one surely would see or hear it, as
33 EAST j we have dozens of neighbors:: living AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF

p,r-t (C't airf Refinishing Furniture aSperiat I right at us; so we all know Richard's I


pbono 403. I I About consulting the police dock.
CAINER HERSELF. of the United States.
Designated Depository
I et, I know we were fined, but we i

R. K. WHITE, were not allowed to say: a word in I Condensed Statement at the close of business Aug. 21, 1002. \ i

Editor baily News. our own defense. Who had us arrested
Manufacturing Jentler I
1atcbI.flea! In justice to myself and husband! ? No one but friends of the RESOURCES LIABILITIES.

And graduate Optician, I I must write this; and tell the true Harrell's, who had Rolland there Bill Receivable .. .. .. .... .. ...... ... .. .. $$350,403 Capital Stock .... .. .... ...... ... .. .... .... $2(10.000.00:
Demand Loans..... ...... ...... ...... .... a.97274 Surplus Fund... ... ... .... .... _.. ... .. .... lOtOOOO
,*tik t'.I.f.)1 ..t. ft..arola, Fla story from the beginning when we and would not let him come home. Overdrafts..... .... .. .... ... ... .. ..... .... 4'>9fc3: Undivided i Profits. .... .. .... .... .... .... O,2t11-I

? were first married until We hunted half of the and U. S. Bonds and Premium.... .. .... .. .... 1S7171.S7 Circulation.. .... ..... .. ...... .... .... .... W .OlXIOIJ
up now. day way Stocks, securites, etc.... .. .... ..... .. ... 2.625.00 Deposit s...... ........ ...... .... ...... .. .. .. W4K371
Mr. Gainer and myself were married into the night, and for slapping him Furniture and Fixtures.... .. .... .... .. .... 6.71X4 #

r. I. R. Stamps.... .. .... ... .... ... ... .. .... >bSM i
December 26th, 1S95. Boon after I with my bare band was fined 30.00. Case and Exchange...... .... .. ... ... ...... 153,256.70 ;

NEWS $OTESI: wards the present Mrs. Harrell (the Was this fair? Was this right? ,

: I IL mother of these children) marriedMr. I I must say I love both Homer and 1710,70665 t710,7u6.ia; ;

John McVictor. She gave us Rolland, and if they were my very 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.

;i. .tier Day Saints will hold the three oldest boy!!. We had them own could not love them more. I __ II

ii "i2' Ea-t Chase: street to. with us for the longest when she and have done all in my power for them. W5'2..52..522S2525252S25252
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,, I Joseph Harrell came and stole them I have done a mother's part by them t

iri "'f public work. will I from us. We did nothing about it and think I am entitled to them.I I ...........*.1....... m DA ..0................... i

.. ciock this afternoon to that time, as Mr. Gainer had been But we will let the law decide this. I

-.d-wJlk improvements. I real sick and our friends advised U5'I, MRS. B. F. GAINER.A BIG SPECIAL /VHcaBIG SPECIAL I

( : Hifc'hton of Delta has been not to.
R'>'8 Wild Hide For LifeWith ,
i .ti iti-pector of timber In a short time she brought Holland -I ...................... m I ...................... ;
family around expecting him : j
i !for E-cambia county. V pt
and Homer back to us. They I to die, and a sou riding for life. It \5S5H53SH5

:'louthly meeting of the ,, tud several weeks and then she miles, to get Dr. Kin{' New Di(4)y -- ESH5HSSSHSH55S ..

': Commerce :It 7 o'clock for Consumption. Coughsand

t d. :, Every member U re- II came again and told me that she I Colds. W. H. Brown of Lee- Ready=Made Sheets and Pillow Cases [

.. It"'UJ came to get them aarain. I let her ville, Ind., endured death'* agoui-I
i I from asthma, but this wonderful i
take them. I felt bad about it and '
k l 11. F. Gutter of E. E. ; medicine gave instant i relief aud I
_ AC.fleet sailed iu this told Mr. Gainer if I could not have: soon cured him. He write :""I now I A THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. ,f:
I sleep oandly every night. Like
w.f! d'ood catch. The the children for good I did not want I I marvelou. cures of Cnn.umption.1

I 't. 1IIt'I'! iciu;. ready for thorn at all. Shortly after this *he''. Pnouinonia HronchitiCoug: : *, Colds HOTELS BOARDINGHOUSES AND HOTEL KEEPERS, .< t< i
I and Grip prove its maicbles merit I : ;
told me that 1 could have Homer I j i for all Throat and Lung trouM-.. '* a HARVEST OF I'Nrsl'AL VALUES that await your reaping. Nave* u TIME and

'-'I.'u :Street' and Holland and tll'1the would Guaranteed bottle,11c and ?Ile( > MOXKY--the like of which will not appear again, oou. Don't do yourself an injti-ticf by nejrlectitur such m '

v i L ruii a bay excur-ion 'Trial bottles free at W. A. D'AlHii- opportunity. The BRANDS !and QUALITIES both Sheets and Cae are known from .\Atlantic Pacific a*
never bother them. I ;*i ked her to berte's 121\ South I'abfi-v ,
j it. Ttle weather tn-I drugstore: IIDAILYM'GUIRE I the Standard: of }- xcfolll'uctAU :Sheets h:1Vfj.generous three in. heats.SHEETS .
sign papers to that ftf ct. :She saidno .i
l.-a-.aut evening;, for the

I it would break her heart to do SHEETS PillOW CASES PillOW GASES ..

that, but she promi-pd faithfullynever
tie: multitudinous nurn.did.ttes i MONARCH .. . ...MxOO. .. . .-jn cent* each! \l A CJ IE: :s . lox
for city marshal i to take them again. WEDDING LAST NIGHT \c)R\\I> . . 7ixW. . . ..(ft cent i each! v AhUH..l..x. h. . lit centeacti '.
KKNU . . . -J.\a . . '..
around the vot- On the 1st of May k9i, she in ir- : cerUe-icl.
: j among DFFENDFR..72xI: I o. . . .63cents; each NORWOOD45xH; (,. . l.ri-cent* eacl-.

w..uld think thecity elt'ctJoul ried JO-fllh Harrell that very day NORWOOD . . .JHixW. . . .7ocent: each DEFIANCE . ..".\::*;. . . -jn rent each: '
'.and. i I :Mi- C..ttht'flOf'lcGulre and City ;
iI she and her hu-band stole the .children ,

t'eu-acol-t Concert: bind will I: while they were in a neighboring : ,, Treasurer Win. G. Daily were happily :,. Extra Special---Sheeting and Casing by the Yard-- Extra Special f

benefit dance and couctrt at wedded last night at the homeof i
yard When I heard their I
',' u IJlutf tonight. An excel- the bride's mother, fc>22 East Gads- "
I screams, I ran to tnetn. Joe Harrel 10-4 Dover Sheeting 1' VllrJ] \\10.4 Pepperell Sheeting .

: vTitii'n-tul. will be presented. held me until the mother of the children den street, Rev. Father English ofllciatitig. :: Unbleached Uu S) (
: The wedding march was i j
1 ," 'il Iy'* hone g',t loose this drove quite a distance and then inch Bleached I
beautifully rendered by MiBertha ( Pepperell ;

I fell cutting a gash gave me a shove and ran and caughtup : (aey. The ceremony took place 1 I \V. J & u D. Forbes ;/ t< casing, 12c yard. .< W. J. & B. Forbes
i rs: on his back. Thee with them. I can prove this to ,
'ueath suspended bell of white
: : Peuacola stables, a -
be true by neighbors at Long
I 1.1 iy boarder. I I roseand was very impressive. -- -- -
I low. When this happened we en- If You Kay Them at the B'Htonl..a! Store, Tllt'ar.. .. Good ";
I )Ir. John McGuire, brother,
\1 ir"hal It. 1'.1Vhar-I j tered suit for these two children and MARITIME.

re-ted two sailors the brid away and the attendants
I the law gave us Homer and gave I I
J?.thel ritihsteiuny I : were W. L. Mayer, Miss Allie :McGuire Biggest Shoe Sale of the Season !
Holland to his mother. It i,; true
will be held in I I
and Miss Anita
Tim Hurley F.XI'ORTa
--el j is ready to that she sent u- back Holland and "'>.I'" NO OLD SECOND HANI :-,SFOtJK :\ THIS 5 \ I.E. :
I we have had both ever since until I i Langford.The Yor Septi-inber" to datA TALL CLEAN, NEW. FRESH: (J.OIX-PKIfKS CIT TO THE: '

bride was daintily gowned in ,,uLtI'ir' LOWK.sT NO 1'CII. !
of the K. I. K. Richard, the oldest boy came from Wnlilmina Mom Brnmnt Here are some price
will be held white organdie over tatleta: silk. LidiexforJ* iu Ideal lid, 1'atelitLPatherandViciKid-
too'j Hiloxi tll -.teal th m. He came for our
I.KAKKD.Kr new tin* year' styles and sold! for #a. during tttialr.. J2.10
followed the .
1 'L Hall. Reports A reception ceremony
I that purpose, as I have letters to I I \Vilbflimna.. additional ran-o for All our Lndie Oxford and Coloni din Ideal Kid and Patent Leather :
iu several coinr after which a large number of Brrnitnwithri!::t.w s ft .awn limlirr. \alaniivrinntir. .. 1 and Vici Kid. which sold all p-eu-on at |L 5t). at this tale for f 1.", .

bu-i-t prow that his! mother wrote him I, 1 'IIr" Our Ladle SJ Oxford in all shape*. Patent Leather '. '
important friend accompanied the happy couple I l'!7", Jews tiv Soutb..rIltllll.lnm tip. .tlll'k tip
toted I telling; him how to d.l. and that she Co for iju.. ?nst>or-j Ua I.hlh'Ub'IfI.I''IS heavy and li II I I to the station and bade them w It awtl Ltnlbw vaiue 'i,5 il These are only a few of the many -pF'-i il l price- we :are ofleriii" CIIIP !
ii the artistic wouldend him money a* soon as I and convinced that the best I
paper i : ptettto buy hijjlid.ifootw.; for
God speed! on their wedding tour. tim
',\ lilting the rinUhing I she got it. These letters were found THE SHIPPING. i I least money i* atBoston .
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for northern I -
levant ladies parlor : They departed at 11:05
after the I SKI.S IN PORTTEAMhitlra.
Vt >
v -:I-re-tauraut.. There'a point I f
SlY that Richard was treated .
.' in the :South to COIIII i Shoe Store ;
well while heto; here but I can- I II I I Kr \U>1u.t r.rlmont.l -l ;i. Rogers to 3
I \ iek'place when his Fortune Kinor a Tru. liulITCansit (o
Loines.naiuary not say: tnat he treated me well, as I "Having diitre*"iuir pain in head, Kr Hurho Hank: 1-17, Shlkleton, lo Sulh I t It
and without van 'flmh'r0 Nilbunt.0.Cult NATHAN (i. roiK'Himiu: : : I'rupricior.,
brick aud -stomach being ir City of tiloucc-at-r 2U2.
hearing of EteVlrord. he did everything to aggravate me.Wa I bean to ue Dr. I II TruQMtl'ohr :
ell tried with aronialiciou1 even going to brain me, if I I King's New Life PilU. writeW.. P. ,I II Kr Hirnt-i Forest lall'IIa2liwiek.0MS;"M, I'lnnham,L'to o W L, I Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox) Street. s si

de-truction i>f anearl''erryPa and I Whitehead of Keunedale Tex 'ind lbittich.r "'o
.. came ontep nearer nearlyevery soon felt like a new man." Infallible : I'.r Ulivrmore.II''i. Janie-, tohutherlanU-
word that leaves hi? mouth J.; in *omach and liver trouble J Dnl" Co : :
i Br rortufS:letST, Koberts to 1'I'OoIlCO' NEW ORLEANS
-terd.iy before Judge McI something vulgar. I Only i"c at D'AlemberteV.' la Lumber o HUGE; ; (IF nMISI.A
I I 'te ca-e clo-ed late in they a curse, or store. Br Kolhcrtit-ld. 1Chandler: to Gulf .

"> both men being held in talked to him and told him it was -- -- -- -. TrRobit0 lr Ko.lil'ld.1t.I.. ra-> L.'It N Ry !Si'h'tul ..l' l'h1trtlllu'y (rmi.iific l>\ Iii" 1I'llIad..l" y'y'Complrtecourseoi
i Hr I-'t t)"\8ltl. IT.:.:, llmUll, tJi. l'rBn- I
ZjIkI: each for ZANZEni
appearancev wrong, but it seemed to do harm II I Lt-ciuri- 'fI'ltlll.lllollr1tIlry lt.-h/ jetton in I'II. i :\t'lt'UI I-
term of the criminal I nt Co Ursula Bright :-114, Good, tov JKejscr IMTH\ KnTAS\'. PU'I'loLIII.ROll ITEJI.ot t.Die,1 i. Amp1.. 'i1"1"1. ..".. t
;i it' I ITlil Br I ,
iutead of good for me to talktj I A I'o mo1lou building withln.trucnOnthat. hrnunentlypraetteai. m u--e < i. !'
twi* prosecuted by : -: L..U1'L JhT. ; blOD t.lo.Ocl l" Fee-( 5per-.aton 7--.anl7.'T 1'\ t'MI KhKf: .N' IWulti.KAN.S.TATO : I
him. While Richard was here I
.11 and C. H. Ltllt'tul! In HIP Tent ;tt Itiz Bayou Kndymion. l::-. -llrrsin.. to Paars, I -
represented by: John he begged: hi. father to get I 1'ulI"\0Ily a \'oNor THE PATRONS OF :
I Has ucce.fully read the band of Nort-g, ISW. t\Jorn..n. 10ord..rRRII Hotel
; ("',aM.. Co-ton. him some work to do, and )fr. Camden
hundred of PeusacoJa's mo-t rr m-I Rut .\Au-tralia:. Faerr ton. to order PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. I II
Gainer him a'job with )Ir. Dela- .i
got iee.rf0ParoditCo
cureradical > ()
It 111 "
> si tparllla: : inent citizen, and, urged by ( :
t: itmovethe ro.tflf i i han, and lent him the tools to work i has decided to remain live days ,I for ..h.-.r. --Tl. JobnoutoorderGarden I ( MIMNLvit.ti. .\ ,

It.. better than lopping with. We never charged him one longer'I so that other* may have ', hose (It the Willis The principal will be at Public Is Now Open to the Public {

\ unfolded. I ; School No. I from this dite until
cent for board had his waMiiuz and Hardware Co's. I 1

.n.oI, "hI tOI'.the TIt'klln,;. ironing done and al-o took him in Your motley bick if JCiuzftti's October I. between the hourof !I Hl.dn Hie tii.tnllgelnellt; -I I

I "' ..iie lllflnlltlllViWli 111 tLtf'tiruta. readings: do not prove correct. ; a. in. and I p. m.. for the purp'i-o ofex
the bu!' ('Y to and from work. He THE WEATHER
:<-, ,mimnj and cli-ifyin newpupils MRS. S.
:, FOR NURSES. worked for Mr. IMahan nine days. and lIch old I'lIiiI. who idled i

Grass Shears that will cut to bp promoted a* u" eutitlfij
He told on :Saturday, before he ,
'.1 tt n' around tl-f rot. 1 t Pen-noil i. I''I Lida.RA'1'iS .
I re-examiIl1ti. "
dose at the Willis Hardware TO-DAY
,. i-\. "i air osjpoi-ially left on Tuesday, that Mr. Drlahau J Attention called t<> tlit- tulh.wiii.requirement' .

laid him olf. Wheu I went afterMr. Co's. -- I. : : r RfiASONAKLF: t
: '.. lilt in a positionv Loral t''r''CIt.I-t'lHtI d'udy tooiuhtanJlridav I Xew pupil-/ lfInl t.. enter any
: Gainer's tools, Mr. Dclahau told :" UHin ic ItP'rf'.iri :lit Auaj will b" to By tlie .. ,
:u!! Mil on the fluid's lulh to fresh uortto wlud- grade required p.t-- txauiiu DtyV k r ;Mont! ,
Utd 1Ila1L...a peGjy end: (.tcoiuiii: : and cuiiU.It '
| :4ii<>n 11. all -tu'Ji= .f the ,ra:jp ,
,iti: me that: he did not lay Richard oil, Table FurnMifd!
I below with all av"r'i;;e of not leI *-< with t'p ip-t the i
: -lip! t! a inild lol'C.rl'I I and told me how Richard curbed kind of Furni Temperature in Last 21 Hours: I than 75',. : Markft Afford-.
"v > that you lo not I Frvor'sAll at nearly co-t. I i i Maximum ..... 'idi-gre.-_ Pupilwho '*.-prevented for
i '..vr a child prui'trly. around the building. make room for Mltiimuni ... .. .. ;:
r.'.1 t r-tnilar ha hits.i Now, 1 niu-t say that: it H faNe new stock.The Temperature Elsewhere: ukuiK' the flutl examination

",.,i Mi::: hours of Ufi( the children's father running I Mat. Min lat May will b:' ex-iniinfd un J-r the Sample Rwm-i.
about finest line of sterling ilver same coiiditiuii anew pup itI .;. :
'litiois I to a healthy .. .. ... ... "* 101\ :I !Sunday fates Madto Traveling
ha has been ick fora \tlanta Pupils who failed than
in not
them away, as goods and silver novelties i""* to be Kismarck .. _.. s11 I more Men.
J. I. Prices to tck,, o .. .. ... .... 'i'! I" I one rtuJy iu the ;May ex'tnmiationwi.l
found at
.ling; LlutHlll'Ple: I long time. Dr. Hryin- treating Stephens' Cincinnati .. ..' .__..... M + i iIttUfston ::! b. re-fcxamihed in that -tndy ,
..'alii and then into Richard stole the please all.Foiey's. ........ ... _.._ '>.< 7W I and will b.. squired to make
The not
him. day --- -- Hur.m .. .,.. ...... t\4 H : CONCERT: AND DANCE
,i This practice will Cure Jacksonville ..... .... .. M a less than M>",? AT
IOUS children their father was feelingworse Kidney Kall..11) .... ... .-.. ...iI if: The exdiiiinatiuu, will b<* helJ according MAGNOLIA BLUFF THl'H-DA Y
children to attend and bladder Key Nest .. ... ... *I 72 i to the following -ch*>dule NIGHT. TRAINS .
d.y because it trios. and told the makes kidneys ri2'ht. Memphis ...... ""n '4 : AT H, !4ilJAXU:
MoUllr ._ __.._ ". ;1olonlllom..r1 ] Mondays Grade 5. 'I k.. LAST TRAIN KKTHK.VST
I he due to pain. iu the
i i) the store, that he was going I .. .... .... __ M 72New Tuesdays, Grade I).
to ivtl an infant'si and if they need- lUl..mnn Tram the>onhem Wood 'rl"alu .. _?..-.. _.... M> ?r I Wednesdays, Grady 7. !IIIStt. TICKKTS; ffi i CKNTH, AT
time house to fie down wa m I'j'uj-lWronu tae ecru cie for cou.U. dew Turkaveanah .. ... 7- : i DEPOT.TUU .
ThursdayGrade s N.
.. "" TJSt.
.i I'ifaiit into s-Teat ed him to call him. When he got up a.EL19TOI1.IA. Loun 74 ".4 I Fridays: Grades and 10.

'loisjmtttinss or i the store: wa* wide open and all Bun h K nj ,'U Ha.! A'Am :::sr C I Pupils must provide! theui-elves IJ11ttrt.">. fr the
I 1-' f\io-e a child to Crab nets and Ashing I with pen, pencil and paper and H O St t )rice aver "+"'J h -re.
,i iiuv i three children gone. He thought : i4 .,f-ffl- mu -ttrtin no way # I
: tackle suit '
to at
I that they went bathing. I cupied "by Mis-' Cook, in the basement -
I not later than U o'clock.
came home on the 11 o'clock NEITHER tl1ptapIAn.o-n.." the Willis Hardware Co's. HAKKV:. GKHA.M.: : .A. .
\ nor confignres ol the Krit- &anth nH"id L 11 t,sats }
I'II0ltt9; 11.-\tKtr. train and when told about a 1 lib k* Kotin-rfi-U will l>t> responsible CtiHTf It21i. 2"ept-iw Pnncipil. lllgeattte .
for debt contract
rrt lIall1 fur The f"tn hl I the children I thought myelfthat I ed bv the crew of bald vt-s-l B"a.tit ha k n t'. dare : rs B:::: tii'tmtnit Thos. C. Watson k Co., of .
I K:: i IIA.XD1:
\atal: SI"rl' CoY I they might have been I W S. Key'erACo. Captainontl.tnrt G1'rLxtil. I| the leading Real F.--tate Agent take - -
.Oh1Y. "K i I :all the worry off the shoulders of the
I drowned and went at once and reported Save by burying
x H... .. __ U ;0 : 'Ioney ;
owners property manage the
t' j .. .. ..187'- at the police station. But next atn'HtlttD..captl1rn.O'fl'Bt'r..*. ___ !'oof'h..I. your furlli'lure !
Fa ..' i a.", PATH ti io :l.-repnbr renting of their houses: and the col. at Marston.
k I $ Onina's
E. is', : day: those letter were found :so I of said MISS chool at Xo H Nest Jackson lection of their rent ail conscientiously -

i> ..... 1 -". where crew. veaeel'J A t CASAHFunsacola Nr"IlIct.l.: :. teactiiag grades .:..1. 4 1 would themselves 1 Great Furniture Empo-
-- : knew better. We keep store t Lumber Co.. Captain and T Terms M.W per month or fS for 11 as
,. L t below 1 si'. all lonillr.tu. .H two Ina amlly hIm Their charges are tery reasonable.!! rium.
,rt511! t4: I people are coming and going : day. I {



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-- ......-- ..... I ASSISTING CUPIB ECZEMAI the--or. !' .

J I I tray into the blood, and are forced by thecin-uLif. t -

SAN OCEAN TRIP [Copyright.! Wi: CompanyEr by the.] S. S. McClure ;, and pores of the skin causing it to burn like: : tl. .,

. itching allows rest night or day. Eczema '.
I jf businf-ss r ore in.-; for more II" 'I no appears :
TOWAGE T.\RIHs-Free, or ttu- different forms beginning frequently as a mere rwlm--! .
than Preston Lai taken
t fO A 1- /to I a I'army eU I lowed by little blisters or pimples, from which a clear r
I sland. She contracted for, ve:= :
I tin! !;.-,!I train trum Ko> was
, ( EASTERN :, 11 'tl'III'1'ai.I.l'i'; in the law offices of Round towage (in and out and two i matter oozes, form t::,:.
I I SALT RHEUM or scab j th:+ i.
t \ t ', J'.iniUaiacrthin/: on \. Hatch, and
Thera Q rr 1 CU i I'I'l ,'! the! v".:> lamled her at LIT desk ten |, harbor move), 5c. per ton. This!: I i I commonly varied S : :

vessels tow or : acid poisons sometimes dry up the natural oils ar.'l l :, '
I whether
iiiiniites I U-fore li) i\ery morning j rate applies
( STEAMSHIP COMPANY: J, I hard and dry often cracking and bleeding and cans, .
j j! Harris Treurh caught the &:4:2 from I I I ::
J I. W i .' 'm. 4* Chatham, which enabled him to reach' not. fearful itching. This form of Eczema is known as T.. :' .

JO Hours of Ocean Breeze \\ I I'is other in the brokerage firm of A\'- There often comes a time in the struggle Vessels not free or contracted for: attacks the hands and feet. T'.;.
Sailings each WeeR i'i.-ease when the in the of and K:
before I! with pulmonary ton ,I TETTER shape pimples
five minutes !
err, Kills! &: Co. at Inward Ballast: lOc. per ; '
3 victim loses heart and neck and shoti .
from .Savannah Ga. f1r In. li.ciOi-ntally it may b.> iijintionod! gives up hope. upon the face II
} from the i The ambition to be up and around gives loaded. 15c. per ton ; moving in hare I polluted blood and this humili:1tingdisl'ase is i .:.
that the 1 S:4: Chatham was
.- xi,''iMi... :i- II.,.' I'.J i' ir I n.#.,, .in1 ". way before growing weakness, and the bor 3c. remedies attord but scant relief. The blood and system!. .
1.I...:..: i I. .1 -, .. 'r'" 1 '.in ,1 \I( S.o: > from l'o sland. bed. per ton. I
sufferer to the
'I .. tP1 I | r"'I".I'" fH keeps ,,
I. i v II ,. .. I, '. '. '! i I* I % 1"rrn'h'as a member of the loss No one who suffers from lung disease I j City, to and from Qnarantine. 4e.i I ji ii j I thepoison.thediseaAec.innotl'ereacho! ,:
< t 'I 1 1 iir-- t f
.II > other local
1 .
'tel. .I i
: powders or s
ACE applications '
,. Euchre Hub beeausi' while
... -" f \ \ land I roi.Tf m should lose or give up hope I!
i i per ton ; to and from White Point, deteriorated blood its normal condr- .
... also luriuberAfter there a possibility of cure. In !
ICe R.... e.- 0" AOrtelt? Ai::) l'rl'1>toll was ) a I is many I
I: Marta fTC *P.L. TO yk that they
B.U't-rH... -.. ,ini, .'....'...-t :'l,.".'J'1"M kir ii Hi*. f Tit-orj-'e: Kin, who was the ctnery has cured lung "trouble" when I through the proper channel S. S. S. makes the r. cI =
i h.H HMlOrrt ll'lfl fcJlrr 'at Round Li Lt or
'It" ..,... *.... ..' ...,, tot-.',..II.'I.. | eoudi'.ctor Iin tLe train hail Frown s< the cough Was obstinate and deep seated, I! : ; blood rich :ndstronj, and under its tonic:: and invigorating '

.,--f ";'C i;-ed to ceelus the two tou'cth r that b> ; with hemorrhage, emaciation night- loaded one way, 15c. per ton ; loaded i I I effects the general health improves and the \
sweats and g<:nt'raledkn'ss.: A great I '
was surpri.std to see Trench board the i many men and women are living ton lay both ways, 20c. per ton.eteamerMoving skin becomes soft and smooth again. -
S. S. S. contains minerals but is : ','
tIIIJn.I''; morning and make direct for no guaiantK.-
GKNKKAI MIKNCH train cm- I in the full enjoyment of health: and happiness I in harbor, >25
the !"ulI"r.f'n't you ?oin:: back, I who had then "given up" by doctors i Write us if you need medical advice; tit wilt!! '

Following i* the schedule! "r the )1 r. French?" be asked: as Lie punched but found a perfect and permanent I each tujr\ employed ; a55istiiij over 'I Illustrated book on skin diseases sent tree.

fir'itiier General Freuctl in the of Golden Medical Discovery.1 .' .
povfTiiineiit Ins ticket.Frei'.eh. i cure use ; 1100 each tug employed.
rFoley' L
which THE NEWS print for the -
hnuk: his head sair.ctly. -
bent-tit nf the m.rchauta wtso: -liip ''No I'm ''ui1l110 stay ". .rl'." WhenAn.y ":II\' wife had hemorrhage; of the limes.writes STEVEOOKIMS CHAKi.ES Dl;:- I Kidney Cur make: the Rubber hose n .
their good, to the tjnoiis army ; 1-- \V A: sandtr"f Hern Maim Co.,W Va Mie j {I
; I' I'nston did not U>arJ the trainat had! ten .nltJrTbb.. and the to uple*U around ,, char;in_ : B.llla-t, 2ic. i g-UUJ"I: tall :| diseased kidneys -ouud so they will \ .
tut! ;
; : H"illis 1111'
Kin understood that her' aid vhe "',IUW never Nuell attain But l I plimite the poisons from the blood.W. Vile
Ltave p. nh. Karrancas.. . T:51 a. kink in the 'l.uroi A. ? Kr.our .
Lf vc8 in. there had ben a ( )and she - J> vr"i I'lckfiii .._ .. ._ ":Igl 1&, m. 1.:1 Apll told him and flesh After taking ten Uililrs she was rutirh pyrites, 2jc. ; K. R. rail 35c. Loading '("f an o'ist. .i'c i i.,
init. itnr on I i
i.euvf-9 I:nrrnnCr, ....... 5:15 a. m. .I true u.:: Should you thin: thl- would d<< you
Lrit.-fs frnsatulr .. ..lUiiSd. m that Miss Trenton was coming into any c1.. t" pII.Ith.1u-I ue it and if one I : Timber, bus. per W cu. ft. ; lum- Pocket cutlery and scissors !I I You will hares
Arrives tiarrantti 11:10 i m. and then disputes the merits of this almo-t ommp tent prni- r
niakr i u trip to tort Mcltf and then re t j\vn un his train w hich rpadll..l Hossluid medicine they nia rnclocclf,,ddrr-.r>f rtivt-. I ber. 70 to P}*. per loxiO; lumber ,and :\ from the finest to the i Cower garden ;' t ..'
turns 10 narran.a at "+:-11. It was a turuntrk: train lupc with -tam., and I a tit answer the same as !: own ground. V-uu
L'aatraBnrranca, . lln p. nLeovesi'ekrna written in this letter I deck, 75 to We. per cu. ft ; ; at the Willis
: ... ... .. .. IS5p.m, and did not stop at Chathutu. I i I \cheapest a home, and hr i i ;
LmtVrS IVlleftCOlA .. .. I:'in p. III.i.fivi' The MUM of the trouble was simple! i ienou FREE. Dr. 1'ierce's Common Sense i I stowing and trimming; bulk jrraiii. Hardware Co. I though he may ,
I'ickfDf ..... tola p. m. with I IAinj Medical Adviser is sent fret on receiptof I I Every wart. .
had been plajiu woman
.'\'rrl'Hrl&UC"" 5.:>"> p.m. and tii.tkf ;'ii. He (1J1J' : stamps to pay expense of mailing enl)'. 1 $l.uo ppr 1, AW bu. ; sacking grain, per '
andif *he will '
trip to Me KMand rKuruOt at the Hi-lire and hat'been I own iTbos.C.Watson\
for the tiook
VVediiP-d.iysaiidSaturdiys: the iu wretched form. She, on Send: 21 covers one-cent,. or 31 sumps stamps for the rlothIwund | bu.. .1.1C. ; sack hire 3c.; ; stowing MIPWIt'UHY: I & Or

1'i.dV-vifl 1e acN tt.irnni-vi via 1'kk- the 1 )!.traQ'. had been w hntit::; steadily. ( \'olume.dlnss Dr. R. V. !! lIck grain, 3c. ; cotton, screwed, The undersigned take= thi* method leading I Real EUI, .' for l't'lJaactlla: at W:30 p. m. how her b"w ,. .
and on the last piuu she Hull fierce, Buffalo, N. V.AngloChinese. f oJeriug her ;;services can -
i 'I ) :: aa
The French is for army 35c. per bale ; loo-e, hand ?towed
and out-ider iiiit-t )!'r". Lane and Alice Stanton were tied) j fir* -?Iass licensed midwife, havmg I

hate.i purposes pas only from the any quartermaster for tlrst: place.! She hal danced at'French's I'' Treaty. I .IC. pet bale ; round bale, 15c.; bale ;iI had 35 years experience. !

o take pugs..;:H !II L er. ':ut'tlI 1.t.u sic mo\ed up ttI Shanghai Sept. ;>.-The I oil cake: SOc.: ; phosphate rock, 3uc.: ; Can giv best of references from I Buy a new gar %
and noted with surprise that I leading physicians of this city.
I i table \
he Lad but three frames credited to his I' the way of the conclusion! of the An.- 'and 5c. extra for levelin.r;] tares i MRS. M. GIDDEXP, from the Willis U-i -re

STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE ,ore. "y uu'll! hue to do better than gloChinesecommercial treaty has I and general cargoes, 50C. ; cottou- I jltf IH outh DeVilliersHt. ,,' Company
he*'n satisfactory settled. A new
I that Harry," she said, "if jou're :going; edict will be issued and the treaty will I seed meal, bone, bran, flour grain ,, --- ---
io l play with me, ur I wont lit able to I '
Bftwren 1'/iSlon.l"! alit '1 ill"--I!>mt"CITY play off the till\(.." I be signed after certain technical! alterations -i sugar, aud like general cargoes; in I j OR. MOFFETT'S Cures Cholera :':".&

Itunr Dally F\'f'I' Mu'1ay.. Tin-re Lad Jot f'll a slight panic on the have been made. I bags, a.ic. ; rosin, 30c ; pig iron, jI Diarrhoea,
lho Baal ft '
OF TAMPA." | ..tart that afternoon, in which storks'I' dumped, 2 ic. ; trimmed and stowed, jI!I A Children.if 4
I had taken unaeennntablu! drops, and Edward Eggleston, Author, Dead. I

Lv Milton"] I.\' t'rfSICn13.I.i'pm i the excitement tlll.II'flJUllt; a 1'1':111'1 Indianapolis Sept. 3.-A special t3 4')c. ; tobacco, fi2'.c. per hhd. j I I: BE'ffpi, [(TECTHING.POWDERS) Aids the Digestion Bagels Mr K. ... ,'yI 0
ArI fcKeulit.iinn Ai Milton. 'i.'
tlpnlI'nrr ache that left Fl'I'll'h111ft for 1.1:1 The News from Madison! Ind., say-s Bunker coal may be had, trimmed -' Epfl the Child ar ,
,< : KnunJ IflP.II'MI, I .\raj's remark only added to his eonfu- that Edward Egsleston.! author r under chutes or at It. R. y 1
I! nun; and the result was that he took ; The Hoosier Schoolmaster," died i ,. r e nail i- c ota to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS VO
t.erpittt 1'rirti.II'Llrrt' .. X. V.pnctnrs ton al-Mii-ide in ei ovl) H.H kOt -n irj S'l Al -TlT
; her kiii1, with his ace and sacrificedthe last night at Lake George fcrooperhort ; I hvi l..iOr.. M flen'-. TEKTHIS -. .tr. !. Jlllf.U .
K iMit'iiu: ;: suii' tlillii lIlt ill ..
> trick. 'M1pr-at. .1er".d: I !
winning : trimmed ini )
stream: 2j;:. extra ; -
I TI ETHIX I -r i iIf at aI a :.r. "
nllt'iiig tnuiiK: III'! ti' d1111: i> to !il'rp Willie the other leult'rs't.rt' oVcid- I ,
: I h i I
uj r- -r
Conlil :Nut llrr.I
Th'-m. ricnMi.4 IWIUUt'rs11.1 a taking tag; un the prizes French, in his befuddled Help i i stream, &)e. extra pi .-,.rt'i i jnli a vJHTI' pralsea ., ,+I If r' .Ir. I Mil 11 I u. .
W.tyHI ah.11s'ill. lithiums. but utahtuttf Mate, had said things more sharply baJ kidney trouble for years," PORT CHARGES-Wharfage: sail was pA
write* Mr*. Raymond Conner of .
frifiitlsiiii must be I.llilt11'011
1 than he hud iiiteinled, with the re ssheltonVah..: "and the doctor 3-lo Of lc., steam, ;4c. per ton per 1
:i tinner imu il.i.'''n than u transitory that be had driven back to Chut- ,
anil1! .1 Ii ln.i r i.' lii :U spirits III' -vt'i. liana with .\m "',; eitsatreup'iu rim in could Kidney Lot Cure help, and me.the I very tried first FoIeyV doe !' day, Sundays and holidaysjcxcepted; : Turn in at the sign

; teat |,li\---.l\ !b .ii.ij. of n.urM> it i iJ is- his ] : plea"iii.i, !. .I' tiiat! KIIIi i j" f.tMirt'i! had I I
and fur tix-e woks neither f-een I cannot say too much for ley's for steamers for bunker- I
li> st.cif r,.,!','.,.iI:. luainifulMiinaii, the other. Kach was too proud to write Kidney Cure." W. A. D'Alemberte, ,' : C.lllllls ; and secure the most delicious crftss

lint uulr- ili.i'i inrcmuiif "oi'fiinialHy I and while Amy cried softly to her-et! 121 N. Palafox.. ___ quarantine, none. : I of beer yet produced in AmentaHedrinksbcstwhodrinksPabst;

ht't\\11 iLc >- .,(",;11'1'1'11..1 tit- Liao as she wit In the ;>:H. FreLch swuktdsirbbgf'r i I -- u I' PII.OTAUE T.\RIFt's-l'tt foot of ,

will (4m&'I'II |'avsivo l >vi-hm >s will cigars than weie gootl for him i I The IJitlrrfUt-r In {'on... : '- {
and feet of -
draft to including
tease U> bl attnu i i\c. Turctam friend and tried to grow interested in card Professor. 1. list her: of the Minnesota up > I

ship: one muse 1 e coitlliual>' tin the'it' Sanies in the siunktr.Kins I exiieriiniiit; station state that by I draft, six feet, $2 ; nine fed, *3; ., I

-h and! i. ,t lit the familiarity that ti-ok a fatherly interest in the I I n1iing: all the food given during a thirteen and a half feet, $4 ; nineteen :I i -- J j All Pabst Beer is brewed from a speciallv r. .

"'')fil'S f'I'.II' .t Iviigthy kn
tlio otht'r'> life bald hcfonU'iBi that with some surprise, the persistencewith I wcuhinj; the milk: and tc:.tiu!; lover, 8';. Each harbor movement v.odg.. Our hops are the lest that money can i .. '

ofton fnlii\T. close the butttr fat it was found that wine I ,,,
:> a intimacy.To hiI'llm kept off his train. Hut :
) S5 city to quarantine or vice versa
rrlj.m itln-r! frit-mlNliip or love it is not fur a train conductor! to regulate of for cows irixliict-d putter at a cost i ; bunker L PABST BREWING CO. I II
of 12 cents >ouuii, while for others $10; steamers calling r V _
the il'ii.tKn must nut be ilisillnl. IK the love affairs tlf liipa>>engers. per i I

not ht'!':!:IN' you flt-1 sun of jnuiruiiavi It was the middle of the MUhuek, the cost ran as- Lib: as 17 cents per pay, in and out $2.25 per foot of I

,"' I.t tin- ioiiiii.iii.ln- (liter ii, \\!:t'li. tti his Mirprl.-e.: he saw Amy I, jioiii.d.. A few cows produced but lit I draft. -Ai."O
0.1 I I tea over 20U tmutj-s of butter in a. _ i_ .
and u"nup.dlLe till'1.\ I...t the halo of M-tiii'iit! : liuvor or the truin pul'.ed: in. For the first time I and others 1 ate aboutlijt) [niUMlx, \ Beware ol' the Knifo. >TTfll? ETC.

t-'\ell lln prosiii- affairs of daily fife, biiice the t.!>tJ'lII ;I'ml'lIt she had miv-ed :' I'.riH-d made little difference, but tile I No profession has advanced more I ,

for, i>uciMliMIUil.'. they can never form the earlier train and had to choose between I cows that made the cheapest butter rapidly of late than surgery but it 'I'I

.iiniln and !n I!II' one glimpse of the the s::it.;! whiih would pet her to :l.I were ali or the wedge shaped dairy should not be used except where ab- S. A. FRIEDMAN

t uiat rial :MII! > ot the iutlmary may l
:*t irly U'stniyt'il a relation at out "1 ou'..., iUite a stranger," Le md u-- I' for example, it is seldom needed.:
DeVitt'sVitch Hazel halve cure : 1' O. BOX 41$. 1 ;':IEl'II/ ,'If
time tbourht to U' ternil. but she Laid .
he punched her t ticket I quickly and perminently. Unequalled -

i:-.tiiag. '' for c.uts. burn, bruises, -
Take Care of> the Simii.ifli. hurried the train back t"i it'.ie V
lie through
: wlunds. skin di-eases. Accept no ;
The man <,r woman whose ditre--" I smoker. "Mss Preston ion tilt .ill aldaa'-are la on every box of the Renn ne counterfeit. "I wa0 tr.iiibeal 1 ICE AND WOOD.WE
axatll'e i 1
i I
whll..1stlJUIach French. romo..Quininc that I Post much
tlon i< p-rf-ct and train he said as lie passel with bleeding piles .

perfurtnsit.tvery function M hear I The latter went red, then white, and 'he reoieC; that cores a raid la one dar'1CASTORIA i blood and strength." says J. C. Philip !-

ick. Kod-! 1 d.UIt'! *, pirities and half rose from his !war. Then he upleaied -, Pari, Ill. "HeWitt1Witch EXPECT TO SUPPLY A :MTCH T..* RGEH Tit <

Hweateiisi tt-/ "tnumcli, mid cure* posHivtlv "I Hazel Halve cured me in a snort ;,
to change his ni'n.h -upp'N ,
uu.IIpf'l1iuJlutly nil -convichtroublp 1 time." :-Olothf'and healHvrgr' I THIS : MMKP.: THAN KVEK IKFCIiF
she has a riht to ride on tIlls train; 1.1
,.. tbdrrltwnaull iiyj>< p*l.l. Pharmacy, John >heppard.Kahu. Idllt'}'
It is the wt-iid'-rful reooiiitriiL'tive sad shortly! as he sank back into h.- For Infants and Children. I END US YOUR ORDERS NC'W.

tonic that ii iinakin! so many: sick H'.t. and Kins; ptss.'d, shaking! : h-: .*-

people w. l 11! iiiul weak pr.lplrtr"t.,; hi'ad. The Kind You Hays Always BongM There's lots of money to be madein Thompson Olsen dt Co.

by cotivryin: to their hoJiH. all of I Try: as lie would lie could hot get ti I .. real e..tlte-Iot of it. A real e-j i ,

the n ,un''nrur; in th.. fund they picture of Auiy's wistful fh'lut of 1. t. sears the /' Q tate igu N usually a flner-board to Iwealth.

eat, K..v. J. 11. Hollrtday, ..f Holb- who \Vlien the enjrine w hi.tled! i ',11'I,I Ctgnatare of r -44%; : Thos. C. Watson & Manresa Street, Telephone J-1 .

day, Mi->., writ.. : Idol h-nrurt-tt roliton. which was the last ttatioi I.. Co., the leading: Real Estate firm I
me. I ccii-id-r it tl'.- he-.t f\'m.lh' I 'I have some otter which it would
fore they! reached the ferry, he
ever ined tor dV-I"'P"I11.lld +tt'ui.ieh I be worth while to conider. Go
I coolers that do not your & CO.
up l's; mi IK! to make one last e3urt. I'
troubleI .1"11\0 np by tiy-i- !and Feethem today, uud don't wait
c'latn. Kod'il caved my litf. Take! ,only ton unuti! to tU\\II. Mr waste ice, at the Willis till to-morrow.

11 after isieuU. Harat-' I'lnrtll'u'\. : 1'm.fh," le warned ":lIis" Pu-ston isii Hardware Co.'s.NOTICE .

John Sh-iiard! Sidney. K.itin. i the second car bt'hlml.\ jnns 's-hv'a Refrigerators We hare a i\ Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter
-- I I't"' n siok. Sho lXks \,'ry poorly. ,
I IeruIL I OF ELECTION. few left, which we will sell \
) .tiller of lln%.liin \\ lu'.r.. II FiMH'lt started again to rise from l.i" ',

Thorn i-- > '. 'nriotls'thlll:: ! n SMIL ami Kill, tl11rl'itllIlI. To his iL>- Toth H.nJ* shnrltlof ..,cltlllb i.i County, i4ratr ot at cost. Marston $ uinfh. ; No. i South Palafox Street,

.. Russian v. ii", i in the latt r part of I may! h,> found that I'nililit Smith was SrcrrtelrynlStatt r r It known that uf 1.the Clay..: tof frrtwf.r Honda ',' -- I All Kinds ot: Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kepi < HIL..
for! : Novemlier I iit-xt to and thin i I
Jl'I.m.-r oi .pjrir.nluj; sating Atuy do hereby girt Dotlc that n TKLKPHONK $25 '- ..No\'OOLA 'I.A

the weatI.'r'he:: .smildasiti3 herein Ii \,is tu scat l>y. 11.' plino back (i :XKKAL ELECTION j|" s ;, \I !t tt ..-

'rt\'tl..r. Not a sign can I. s.H>n of and could see French making:: hisay will 1u; held in t- anthiaCountyStateof '

an apprua :.ii:: clinnce. when tluougli the cur alu'ad. Ill touch"! UnrUl.t. on Tuesday u.-\t tuccerduiK th-- j I' ; ?; > t i
tint Monday Ino'l.'mll..r: A. D. l'!. .. the 1
ly \\itlim.t any apparent oI1'.1cn'l rrwlvTie on the ..boul
light haze will !,<> seen in the come nut on the platform. Mr. :SuiitL:: ?" KOl'KTH I>iY UK Mi\KMKKK. '
For ou. I;H'-preseiitat.\ the Third *'onjjrtMoiiHl <3teS"< \&t\
sky and in twenty-four hours the l.e bald. "I'd like to s-in-ak to you a mo. luxtrlct of
I the
tnermoim-ter clay fall oO desree The mi-lit." rrwldle follnAnlMuilfriu;; ly. Congress; for I'nilrd Mtaii-KiftyriijLlli L Lifr 1\\ J >*\\ !\ SUC iCS.sOK TO AVERY WOflU'hL

change is so sudden nnd violent that I "What is II':" lio Akt-d as they stood Klorldn.For secretary of Mate of the ,State of L < g gs'Vx >>>? -f'i;| IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

travelers) are frequently: frozen to I at the (]
death before they cnn gain! (.I.'itc'r. i Kin; rasped him by the :arm so that. the Koroti"State of Ju'tict-HorulAror .toe supreme Court: i f HARDWARE.

It has occurred that fanners out j be could sec sittins;; Lc.iJetn t_o KailroaJ l"ummt.lonen; of the

looking after their flocks have been i, "It wasn't Sduii-tbins! 1 wanted to haj'," !Itat.lurid".
I.orl'tate senator for Second senatorial
caught in one of these blizzards and. Le aus\nTcd, but I thought )lr.Fr.'ulll District of th. Mate of Florida. .
Iron Nail*, Axes. Khovf, Saw Mill and -t'it:
For twoMcmtwrsof: the Hou .
missing; th\r way homo. hate l>>"t Illi:1.t:1I1t: your seal"I'redde ; Kfpr'ntHtlvrs -
of the tale o! tl nJ". Sapplie*. Cooking and Heating.toves, Paint "
1f.t'ir tires, their Inxlie.s rcraaininx! under i w hittK softly. "Well if be For lilt A5tor. Guns Pistols
Window Glass, and Fihing Tat a
the snow rni! the followiuu sprins;: j: does." he said, "he's weVoinc to it. F(.r Tilt I'oilveior. r0"
For County Treaurer I! Agate ami Tinware and llonsefurnishiii) :; 1 I. .ud.'
The sudifirit-: M of a Dakota blizzardis For the bounty Commi _ioncM. I
trot Unoun northwestern Cupid Iorthree nirmbers the county Hoard I ..
I of Publis Instruction. A Quick Breakfast t ti WAGENrt:; FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COM :
I\.irt of our oul.try. but it is tardiness ]I uuJerstudj: you t set a piece! For J notice of tbe Peace in ani tor the i I i .
Stitched" Eli
: Revere Giant Belting
IXToonlfiecl when! compared with the of Ptlilins cake, French is an ungrateful fallowing Justice Districts, viz: Northampton
I I No. 1. I .
Wheel Co., Laftin A Rand Powder Co., Johnson' K
rapidity with winch a Iiussian winter dug; ; No. 4. is always possible when a cook has
I i .t-oinine Iron King and Buck Stoves! and RargeW:
la and for the
btorm 'HK OIL
C C n ,'. Justice VI.lnct.jz: following I Ga at her fingers' end;. Coups & Co.'n Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masui .
Seven: minutes later King stood at 1 o.l. Made Railroad Colors.
\ H. j A match, a light-eggs; in three
tJete; and watched: his charges Cock :\o.o.. i.No. Masonic Temple fy PensacolaJl*

out cf the ferry Almost the last of, .. .f jNo minutes. Chops or steak in ten, and

I the trainload came French and Amy ;:
rhll attention of tn.? >>b r.T9 Is called to thte"ou- are.
I I"I.axath'e Preston. This lgnatLre!. on every box pf the gCnnite toe ad election to be '; Xo :!smoke no smell no ashes. comPANY
published In W. B.
Brorao-Quinine |:! a solitaire that bad not been there printed In the count)., if there a newspaper b* a WRIGHT>> ,
I when she handed up her ticket. paper in the county if there be no paperla ; Better use Gas: don't you think? i t '
the nwed1lha t cures a cold in woe dj. | published .
I As they paver( the irate French fished t five copies county they shall cause at I Others t "
of this notice to be posted I do. why not you? Want to MANUFACTURERS AND DEAi-EK
Mctrston $ Quina have 1 out a bacJsuine leather cigar case and In the most public place In the county
In Testimony Whereof. know more about Gas?
I have hereunto 1 et We'll tell
passed It "Tbere are some rood
nice Dressers and my hand and affixed thetireat Seal LATHS
some very smokes in there King he said, "and [L ".] of the biata of Florida, at Talla- : you gladly LUMBER, ,
Wash Stands cheap. ?" : ha..lhl Capital, this the first -
very keep the case too. You understand '
day of
I Mtpt..mbt'rU..
Just the thing to go with And, King, as be puffed a choice perfecto H. tL.CRA Secretary\H'ORD of 8tat.!. Pen acola Gas Co T. : SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLtS..KIIn.t; J SE

' Iron Beds. I I understood.COLIN 'To George E Smith, ehenj, Escambi a
S. COLLINS. Count FLAiia.
i I 1 I a.7oa..0\\4 25 and 27 E. Garden St., Pinuccla Fli. = -- PENSACOLA.


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ASK FOR THE HOUSEWIFE I Deafness Cannot lie Cureft I

Druggist; CATARRH by local applications as they cannot GREAT GALE SWEEPS i

Krnll and Oreali. : reach the di t'a..ed portion of the

fur fCYS "It's au ill wind that blows ear. There is only one way to cure !
1'1 CINTTfli"L: CgR MBAIIn deafness. and that is by con titu.tioull COAST OF ENGLAi
IZE.r lw Rood. The exigencies; 'au.-etl by the remedies Deafness i caused 1 i

gRRUREsfl rm-nt rap.icity of a great monopoly! ban inflamed condition of the miiI -

r'r': : B..lmun.r. HAyrcvz Lave led nuny families! to thoughtfully I con lining; of the Eustachian Tube. Steamship Service Interrupted .

\Vlitn this tube i* inflamed have
eonsiuer th und you I
lral.ility of flesh
srumbliursound orimperftcthear ; Houses Damaged.

food. AMiU from the humanitarian ing, and when it is: entirely! cloedDeafnejj

nl X05 standpoint healthy longevity cannot I the result and unless FISHING FLEET IN DANGER \ x\x: l.:cc c\.v .vs

d ElytuPtI. I I- f-uihed from fool the underlylnsprinciple the inflammation can be taken out for Infants and Children.

I and this tube restored to its normal
which t
Is death and decay. Gale Also Severely Felt In Portion
COLD HEAD TLi' i.,--Mbltie of disease in flesh I condition hearing will be destroyedforever The Kind You Il'elwa 's Bought lias borne tote !>i?lta- i
Y -H. of Taite ana l" 11I..11. j diet ; nine cases out of ten are of Ireland-Torrential Rains Flooc tare nf Cias. II. Flett-lier, and has been made under his ;
It :;.It'' luu at I>ru
. BKOTHKKsrt 1 i quired for the sustenance and growth I i but an inflamed condition of the Streets of Belfast-Crops DamagecIn personal %Miner\iioii for over ao Fears Allow no ono
-uSIrerLew'lurk. i of the Lady H found outside the animal 1 mucous -urfaees. Devonshire. to deeeive you in thi<. Counterfeits, Imitations and ;

kindllnl.'ll1'n live 'I We will give One Hundred Dollarsfor "..TII..t.a.lthl" are but Ieperinlenth, and endanger the '
turn on a
ca-e of Deafness (caused
- any by London. Sept. 3-Violent gales ha'tiiWept Iiealth Jxpt'riuu'ut
ut'hilllren-Ixll'riellcc against
higher plane: of thought, they will catarrh ) that cannot be cured by _
over the west toast of England
t cease to slaughter in order to exist Hall's Catarrh Care. Send for circulars -
StomachH' h Wht'll'ou ; free. At Blackpool! steamship services The Kind You Have'Always Bought
ur consume nutritious ce
I F. J. CHEXEY&CO., Toledo, O. were suspended, and house:

rt'atbE') luscious fruits, the fattening Sold by Drug; i"t3. Toe.ity have been damaged at Rh '1. \Valts. 1 Bears the Signature of

i was ladared la try TAhCAn. I l:'gnmethe. satisfying I nuts. and all --. -- ._-, --. -. -- -- -- Anxiety is felt for tht safetly ol l

,, i e. '* .itli, n! them In the hvu'e. miMia kisstd prouuris or meliie \'I'I'a. the fishinget..
D'1, utiULni. and mj bead |: !' to use moth' balls Last summersuspicion I
you arn missingnothing absolutely' The
gale was felt Belfast :
.1 ,.r& trouble Now Klucetuk- I as to the condition of a boa severely at
'.. lie :M) wife bawls(, used; conducive to bodily, and iuen- Ireland, where torrential rains
which was packed late in the
-M.iu for Slur atornuchU.I away
i tali'f.r.. but the vitalizing
are ab.orbing
U jLjTesa et 6t Louis,, :Malotert < season in almost an air tight! .. >oxcausol flooded the streets Business ther..
: principle of sunlight, air, life, a midsummer examination. ia at a standstill

health cleanliness instead of possible I In Use Over' 30 Years.THE
CANDY Mothseru putting in lielywork. The Great Northern railway sti For .
I di-ca"e, decay and death of the tion .
CATHARTIC The! boa was thoroughly:: shaken out of and the opera house are floodedIn .wr I tei !hntiit.Many! rs; .. -:;., i" .:.1.-';;;" "=1., .,- """ -.,
doors then saturated with gasoline! Devonshire considerable damage: -.. .--- -
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a pasty complexion and erui
and ri-tiiriiiHl to the IMJX: and clu-ed up was done to the crops by a furioiir
ti'km.. m.inj a.i,..' tif nervous le-
tlJtInoHwr; examination a week gale. All the tents of the artillery GARDEN SECTION
ran:e!.n-i't and irascible t.'ml''r. Lave I
raaol htalla asauTtuo
later fallal to di-clu-e any mare 11\ e camp at Okehamptoa were !blow
bleu i nerd bv an entire abstinence |
moths Hut gasoline is so \ery eijilosive away. o-O3F*-'o
from our';itlliaa M. SuvfrUJ in New I j
1 it must IHJ handled with care,

I York LtiUt-r. j as knows the number ofaccidents l.lornap61n lUiiu. Pensacola Florida
Taste Goo-t PoW ----- I : every one yet ,
r A substitute for napkin rings are tnvekijHs ,
dSt. ..r Oriptr lUc i,c :JW constantly occurring to
.\ljlMlnl>l>> ftixiklmlilt-r. | ma.K1 of linen The shape i is an I
TliiIOMT] : [ tray t-i read a book or I"'f provethat frequent Wal't1inp; are Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus
a< I hi,.... Konlrnl. 5.. toik. '18H.TCBAS t.eeded oblong p'ece of liiii-n i>omted at oneend.
by most lHople.1u
iv tJ place it in a !>ition tvtlt'rr'there : .
,I, po This to be folded in three, the --- -- -- '

.'...I. JI Ylarant.'ed. _t.y.,all druol' is pleutf light and \\'here it | -- end the The
> "J tU1. 'l'ub """ Halla. pointed forming; teat: Beautiful Lots for Sale.
Mond I.HIM* t'urlnlnn.If
-- I f'lil lie u.itMiwil Iuh'UnitwltLout i i' i whole is imtred with a floral patternin

tiring any portion u f the Unly. is theprincipal your lace curtains me badly tarn )I ; .\ ihite sills .>r

f) GOLSY={ cans,' lit eye strain is when they return from the wash, try'I'' linen t-mbioidirj.lining i" lilttd plan! to the pieer tf 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord-

< rh.ui.nn; of the tx.siuon to. DendlnK' them this curtain way.Buj : ret in about I work the napkii. to be slipped inside. ing to location and surroimdirgs.
some plain
rest the arms or body, nece.-;Mtatiu;; a -- --
Grl, : end Corn Meal Mills, the "iz.,l mesh the
I same as groundwork Hutson
,' I
!l.llt' in the brro5! or pnjHrbich often Cure [czem3 and Pcling Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Ilea uh ful View,
of curtains" Cut piece o;, ;sutficieutly -
dlminishe- quantity of light beyond the Blood-Costs Nothing
JSZ.LEZ & CO. Prop
; the aiuouat required for eacynadiiu large overlap the !holes. dn: to Try. I High, Dry Fertile Lands.

SSao.otactrrors I Il ;. Tile liookholder; lumn In the 1 each in cold starch: lay the curtain on P.. Pi. K. (Botanic P.lo-d P.alnn: i i- I

:"I./) I'nU'GHOV\1 ; an iroimi: hoard l wrong l'itIup.. Place I
: "t- pi rmo is !Ir of attachment to thevv'tll. ; now recognized; a- certain and ure ; The grandest: opportunity for investment evor
rofK nl-lf.: : n piece of the net clrl'fully over a hole
tree ;jam: rixtutt1 or a piece of furniture cure for Hczenu, Itchin; Skin. Hu- : cffered in Pensacola.
: and iron'ith hot ir-iii till
:.i.dnilry tor ttierv Ii a moderately
: but !in all tLt book is lwl.lii''rf.'t I
., ... ..-houldbuyyourIHalsar I Iim I quite dry. l>o the other holes in the mor*, :Scab*, ScaleWatery Buis-!I
C:. Hume Mi.uQtacti.rBr I: | quiet and when owe properly Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
bumelada.' { i same way. If curtains are sufficientlyl.itis tfrPimples, Aching Bones or
MIU "U OUI& 't' I :idji"'ttt! undi ill' tight there is no

:. II:I'a". n>are\r left indirectly i.i tbo comianoltj benefllfd I variation! and the arms and body of'I it is sonictimes possible to cut a Joiut*. Pmil', Carbuncle?, PrieklitlqPain I "

tie b<:ni- inauutitctarer yes I I tilt render ale free to find the most ; sutli iontly large piece either from the in the Skin, Old Eatingores.. i elsEL CllllDlDS
.. ihtcause of lobar You OW'
top or bottom to do the patching.
imunltv n. whiCh you Ilv* aaA 'I couifoitali'e! position i'"ssiblp. There I Ulcers, etc. Botanic Blood Hihu ,

. ,'atN610your.q.port ;I I.OTESSIOSAL 'I i- .1 :;1111'of sufficient size to support taken internally, cure the worst and i I Corner Garden and Alain Streets.

- iiii "rdinarbook, with a lamp sliding I :tJnnul/rllmm..1 Table I.liirn. moot deep-eated cases; by enriching.1.1II

CARDS en the \ertleal ro-1 to hold the Imok'' Eer.thin no\\ada mu t "be mono- II purifying and vitalizing the blood '

__ __ I open at the!' proper place. The upper, and so mu"t. of course, table I thereby :piviu; :;' a healthy blood -ni)- y c. BKfei>T. WM. H KNUVtLhH. W. K, JlYKlt. JK, J. s., HKKHEPresident.

part i if the fixture (insists of a tele- I I i linen. .\ dainty Initial in the corner !H ply to the skin. Botanic Blood Ualrais I Vice'rrrsldmt. Cashier A..'t Cashier,

W. C. ROWE, M. D. j sropin:.; rn-1 which can be adjusted to \\"IIrk't1"ith wash f
.1 I linen thread If the family has a crest these awful, annoying kin tr{\ubl" '
and Iris hook
t. S. 1'nUI'ii I any des'red length a at '
itlu-e '
: : Other remedies in. relieve but B.lB. .
or coat of arms it may sub-tituted! : iy National Ban
either en'1 t? K-rve as a connection be11UW -
i! B. heals
i 1m nod l to s p. in actually cures, every'
I iI i for the m on i cram, provided the owner
I ;sore and give; the rich glow of
{ I of the ri'lsc of feudalism i is suifieieuUy
Phono G3.:: iI 'I health to fig! skin. Buildup the i
i FnlllJisL to cnre to dnint it. u1'lketh"
I I i.broken-down. bodand' .. Or PZK3ACOLA. FLA.13ITI .
;. blood red ana noun-nin?; t..
I Ohio Nominations. I .
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-_: ;: advised for chronic old pecl'lI-1 --

; ; FOR I Cedar Point. 0., Pept 3 -Judse I doctors, patent niedicinee : : M O TO 3FI*3 1
TY <
pti-Ll: f i! ?; .; Michael Connelly of Napoleon, was I
: !-pru.s-j fail to cure. DruzjrNt-. WM.H. NOW ...E:;, W. A BLOU T. ? ('. BtiE:1'T .V K. HYFK.J1.D. .
'nominated for supreme court julse. To prove B. P. B. cures !'ampl5ent .1
I 1 and Hev Herbert iMfrelow, of Cincinnati free and prepaid by writii'ir Blood
: I Balm Co., Atlanta: Ga. Dp-cribc',
I I was nominated for secretaryof
-ts \'Olla Cent. i is: t state by the IVmociaUc convention. ] trouble, and free medical aJviceent i iI ; Ii

\ v rJ is Ke-jd i -..tJitooL .: tI I i ii eied letter. : 1m nl: kfi&; : Mm a Mui\ 4 ,

< 1 i FolMy'i: lIoltpand Tar i j.l1fo'UiU-! g
,"ody. I i i ) e
s'1'cTLxi1. .
chronic t'mit
Iv 't.i'tpt.-d for (' ': trouble ,
.-J;(;')::: 1\1 iud will positively cu'ebronchiti Bean the T": K' hH3\9: \ti'S 1 I Iirfa : ---- --- -- --
.. iiWe draw ocr eau K.llfc:: r1 }'.%Ct\11.6 -u Or(at rtaln.! IrelaLd
,1.\ t. 1I.1) -. 1 >:tar-'I '' and all bronchi: d'o.t'a. i : lit 1I
i iJil
I H"r'tacfe Ii .ly, Holland t' Itxiam! Russia S >
I lrJrM. ;;!' lu'tiieubti'ut.->. \V\ I '" Germany Actrh.! [.UD. C J

unproVP1 real e._ D Aieiiibert.- 1 1'dl: 1 S PalifnxCUPic ray, >xeell. D&mr.ark and other Kn'.v- C'"8.

,I ..t amounts low'j ji ". -- -
1...,Ilr E. Brooks. |" CWIF EStER'S ENGLISH I t( .' ?easels Disbnrsed! nro" *>bo i'3" FaTora'Vs Terrr.F ti-d shell

falafoi M..3mbn t j-bt'r Rtye '') YC'JRSEIF I uiilYR&YAL FiLLS Obligations Taken Payable "t Port nf n .Etiiaioi. 'Sea o: VHtsi r/si

i CURHB l'.nlti.fa for anraturaiOI .. ....... .
I B V% O I-lHfcl .1 Ohl I after Vessel Arrlvse trot
dIF'harc n :
\II iI i / Na.y ; P'-,7kVlVSAH.' .... I..t..ti.v?
.I" YOU nw ci money G'arw1.N (ttitItroDA ur al rrln 'YCet ,, > lt v4' CIIU'lll.-TrH--(..H.H4rlV
.M 1 '.' xny nmouDt you vttat I Pnt.1terolayu.Ii. Ittlrmrr. If PainlP.aauloot..tna-ma, ar mrmt s.n :*?."I KM. .i'. .t.iiM I". ..tJp'i. lXrSa.fcty D3po.1t'dnre: *. for 'tt }Tit In tIIosJneotlnla
'f.L.-'.o..Ihrr 1t..fJ"
inand loot rates I
: ..a mproNrd city rcnlt I .a rhtbA SC5YcrtCe, Y"uturrolamuu3.atirheln,0 7>J -- vff I>...IIPTOM.. -i.N-iliuUun.. tad Imlu.. with which "5'e hr.TQa Prior At Ar< iftnL ft' r tbof\ flu
i Sold Dru t.i / flf tl n 1n'' 'y"" r\--- -n'.h.s
?atr, toes Houtl: Pala'Inti by I I *- Jf "'.c'I'.r.l...! IrX'munU'l of Rent
IT WORKS. Nall. or ePnt in rtai. wT.p r. \ t, "' "",,Jn..- rrlr (\r*
h, l. 1K \ .. .. ,
:aprr.r. pnpai .. .r.1.11. |n ono .pe-I.
tweu the support and the crimped !hoi' ',I t a, ur 3 lattice. L.15. I .-. ..'.' t UI 'hr.lrr<. lt ..rId tw
.... ,. ....
y .
I "- I in KOKKOW )III MSYi I II l 'J.rcul.r aeLi oa rua4e.t I .hd. t'IIiS.a r!
iztmtdl iHirtiou of th rod belou. Tircrimp !
'.- .- )our
t in-. buy or wll rr,,' i *- I perui.t the adjustment ot tin '

nv uf ""y ilMhoripticii have I i! book or luiper at any Ih>!;'Std angle, tin
attended to. '
or....'l yonIHl. %\ Uo. ,I, r"atliaIllal THE NEW GROCERY STORE. --f I'uliT fr. nor I".tto ".
I ii i'f. I' fttBOa R sliding clamp holttinu the ; F ,+.r ;, '' Ml d t i .! s' .'" i\hil"r'i w iif
mi! n'ur..ncf ""..nh. Ken?- I I I y ; olio-,a, ln-aiitifui I'" -.. i. I
I u- :
'!'inri(.., iiniiN'rale Ttl .."tryonI' ter in puce even when the support irluvd ,. 0 ., "', '\'I..I.. ', .' t'n.n. t '
... will trod I I I forward I youd \'ertienllin... 1 a U. YIIPIP..I, ...rl.l' <
In !' .m n f mousy > ... .- .. -
I'll' -r. t a I. i.or i. ... ,. ,
* tn mild A bousi-. Hd-tf ': r.dwin Antisdnle of Chicago is th ', z f r I ,. .1 U nun. 11nr
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tit l Inn.! -
I WILL MOYER r i.n. <
-I inventor V I* .' :" in.u.piiml'vt ir..t. I '-
ir 'ii.
etl'Jtt. :
.ir ." < .1. n, .h'A'" .KM..,. I.,..,.i l .NII. .) ,
I' ,'. I. "..rl......" ,.,...",. H'
NII Hiil'Sh for salt ur for .\ Mutliproof Has. First-Class Stockof t.' ,I Wll.lFW-llltlilllV .* '-..t 111,1 ...
Keeps a Complete Up-to-Date .
II -:,. d.pply! lit *t East; (; : ..' \ I [,11.1....* III,,*,T ..| I I 1
r"II-I I 1 A mothproof bag way be made froman HMMWBMHJMBnBWU BWMOTM aflBWI ''lit Jt Mftiltllll' I ,''" .T ,t''I I I / k ITS'f
:'tltl.I old mickinto-, a writer in Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries. and ft..|.. .::';|.: ',.:: '::- I '
I I says .
| -1'!.. *:!. ,m-n i<>..-rl oaf '' ,.. vet : .....d T. r-I .[ ,.*.;,':,"?&v1,1..1,1.1.1!; : {j/ljs
: rha5r! and l'..\'ilia.. the National MoiUnan. Sew it up on N" 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block. .' 'I., '... '''' 'y.. i/a
.. "I. I n I'.. I. .., ; ..v-i; \1.. .
i, :, (1. hi'u-" in good con- the machine with a short stitch, and ',' .
'i., ut byvaf.rtda'p. I 1l:l.F'HONIi: :1:7: ,.,. '.!r,, i H. .J"'J', | x<
"r.1 Ite then- blll! lave enouch r. 4 i ia MSALVONA f I c. v n :
,.....% I, sure are ro e> : :;:: i .. w i'. p. .\ .-t ., u '.. i .. '. .' '. A7Vn.".
I Il.tH to admit a tiny moth or i-arjwt bu:!. If f1l ae : '. 'I" t. \ ., -/ tllj'
... l ,.. :. !111
'I "
,\.1 1 :. o 'W 1' "'" : 1
the fur or \\tMIt'n> are stored in a bas mu du ,, __ '(.:. .- lUfllll. '. r ll.n'l
The Star
i'I I".r iut bt>lo,", curt, u tint* of this .U-MTiptioti before! the larx.t; Laundry, SOAP CO. Car 12tt i Ptnb! Sts ST. LOUIS MO. SMr
I irons thitaitur\ : ,
1'u j"- "ire '!o'lw;*J'-d. tiit-rf wi ill,!! be no nt-t-t-a-
organ. d.k. and
r .._ U x wa17
a "-",1.1a1 F.-h"I' CuliN.
...uragous t. tl l.iIlICf'rlJI:: ?iiiii'itri Biggest Busiest Best !

D"ii"t !leti crthl' run at the -1':1.'JII.: .(lilt'}.. JHOICE3'I'FRUITS
!. 1 :f mo-t fl. slrablf loto to'''
ti! hardest kind tn
Sununrrcoldsau '- -- --
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-.-y t. rtn*. by the Usher I have bniM. im1 ..r l' oj i '" : ik- ,
_,,:..y. 204'.. s-oatn l'I\I>>tOI'': cure and if neglected may pin.ralert ..
!">UmHi : :, '.rniotitli-s. A lonj sieirn like! .ra5 ( 1 : All AJ' ll ;; Call \> llCX -ub-cnitioDii fll''U/ J-i.niu *

: tilt w'ill pull il'iwii th.> -trniget; c..n- rj t "TM( (' .
Frjan'- ji-tjier!' mi n < 't-r
Ip \\'allt..I. :Minute Cnuh Cur" ': f s AND CONFECTIONERY L !f1
- -- -tituti' u. OLe ; t"\ Your Swell Friend
: hrb..r-I- : t. / .".. : The price i i.; $IIJO peretr in id-
\' i i" "m will br :tk up thN attack at OUCH. 7Gr / / '
I >,1 !II':. Irciwurk. ..I..n Cur.. "" r.incThop! deir'n! : the ;au, r
Mftnre. at: nt mice. -
will find will bf'
W.rdayang I "* vf'\17\ you warmly rBW > \ 1'-
.' .. NrHk: r"'lll".d.>-. ,uarau- fouk'ticold-, croup bronchitis: all J v "i1' y can hive it .r-nt'< ft', t:. t.v: -f-i'J'i.;;
? :
.' i. .iiduci'ini-iits to "p.I..u. : thr-tat uu.t luny trouble. I hechiHrehlikP .,, *5* '/ r-'V(5d' if you ark well and neatly il.Ut4'the Uud( rulied.H C. APOSTLE'S

.'.' run H>dItY. : It. 11 irririrmacy.. Jill n Wt dressed iiiid lln i r'aehr :M HIM II f:. ,
,. .. urlranl F tt.W-A : your JD : -
> a L'.tr N
Kahn. ) nls .
Sheppard, Hidney
autftt } ; J. .jji<" .4-i.. ;n.11":! ;,'" :tbe.\) woman "f nllntnieut 14 East t GlTtMBllt! SC!t.1

: -
..111.1. If you want a good Bedstead }1'r.i\i",;* i::* :**., always ; ausfee; a unnV well bred in- Kurninrly (."If\ > -I ura:.' mind

-- .--.-.-- nice Crib for the 4 /1 I;h "r: ,! -.tinct* by the condition of hN linen, Every Woman
or (t fS .. : (1.1' I".I'/f PII,. ,
.' J'-.u.- t i -1--r- I .. \ < n 'Ii j i'; f jj .?Jt
\ \ UounO !landVar- i- iiid be ;:OPS into her presence arm .... ,. .. .. ..
.' \dtllllUo'" 11..11I'"- i I Imbr/i go to Marxian $ : : :\ \ 1! rrt t 12.tA( j -r dfty ufl731iiJ
"v k.-.}..y. 8urll Ituililsnit. l' ; =- ':::\1\\:0' tre'i with bounty when! hn ;olurt. : ?k a ; '
Ivnt Ouimi's.We f 7,. \ Spra)
j1'J q. ..<< collars and cuff i ave been done up t.: .'. ':! .' ....I"r.i" ,
I ;." '. ; ?
.. Otrra J.t'J: :. tJ1 I \ '
\ lrtas 01 empty :!'. u I. .1 .
wililaund..r spreads for r--7-' at the Star I.aundrv.. '.' :
your ; .
f"I JrDV 41" nov tf I I5ieiiti e:,cJj Iud make dicta looS; \.:. .'," -'" ..... -r I Aw: .; .. h".I. nnFLk ,' i .

like, uw Star LaundryIf ,..rdrwlrhl fur a. --=:-- TIMt"'tlnyt):;r'l' .resu': 'r..r. .

\\ I !- n-11.1. P II "-11'--._- -- --- ALL WORK c. o. D. MI Calkil! [fur scfi DelIvered Free :If ll'T, ....'.III. ".I-.,ytt.e' '" \ I "{/..'P.- t? n" ),.",, .f t '.':&1 : .
.. you want; :nice! pre-ent to ;;ive Ml."T. I IV ,.,.'..I .' 'Tl?. \'\ J '. t i' -IY- .e tea Lnjt'i s @)! i i
I .I!i. AMI I't'MPytl'.ttandu..1. : tlele I''I ,.. -wiMllKtM V' /
.1 Kuth'i :o a afrieud. go and took through 27 GARDEN ST. flu [wrtj' i.a...i' 'r.. .rr.i-u (.. / I T i re 1n 48 LIv .;rf the
., .I' mid pump rt\'-r.. 'int tine of suitable article? at TELEPHONE 114. W .... ::11 'H' .t. lO.. '" '_ H -.- x .1 r. .r .:
:N..I on th..lIi.allm..u surely can find
n... hut .triftl> -po! 1.1. :Stiptieu"U If INGRAHAM RoomTlme.: Bldg Sta. York .i1IetII A/'tGGtsT.
WALKER Manager. FiN :(\m..n anti to pleayoa. you ,
theDIlllwnd hue
:.101. want aaythmsr in

V o- #'Uti to ale him before you buy
) '4u 1rlttttuWN" ESTABLISHED 1862 LODGE UIHgCTORYKNIGHTS LaurelsAgain
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w ... .1Werr1'n'S. Il"olf DISCOVERYFOR McKENZIE OERTING & CO., OF PYTHlAhPrnnacoU Or,
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A1: t'. ?}:iRf h-Manuacturtr THAT COLD.

i o t:I\lr HOod, Hats Toilet SUBSTITUTE. and General >Hardware> meets log at every":"") at Monday little Uti Hal'
NO Chandlery
. .. -l..H'-H W. Oo TAKE: Ship In toe Kiount eo W ttoi I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY

Cures Con$umptionCough5.'Cold } Halld.c third floor
&08 tNt) 605 si. P.-\LA"OX 8TIIEKT. v1eitlnq brt'tllren eor\a1""
i- I'ur Punt rnIt.. I
Asthma .iccm..d
:- Bronchitis, wr
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WfllSRBVCold ?
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'.. or.p...'lal dr5tgnlt PneumoniaHayFevcrPleuriv REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLI O'S SW.H C0. K. A K.Seasonable .

t !, 'uu. .i':< I' .t (irt"vdlrrm gory LaGrippc, Hoarseness, GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUSSEL d SON'S PCMPH.Eim .Jao ird awarded.* f.. *

I 1..LO".1.n.... Sure Throat, Croup and Cirdigi ,,Isis. Oil:, liatlei! iBitrBsjn! Chris, htkiri, Iktln house hoi d I'>4"w ON 3w 1861 .

i ;;;--Float L.7 ien;- 'VllOopingCouri'h.. CONPABgrB. IdIGB, ETU 'i and kitchen utensils at the aa o U '

t H..- or4rr. for custot .r.... PAY. C. McKenzie Oertin Collecting :Bent for Bar Pilots' BeneToJent! Aaao
c Marino -':, \*'est tirtgOry.:1'dltn. NO CURE. NO i Willis Hardware Co.'s. i Sold D by DannttI tJ l r3S.
FREE. ci3t1 n.I .
; Price 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES 1 I I

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a 5H5E5H5HSZ5H5HSZ525H5H52S, I!'. dons were passed appealing\ to the THE MYSTERIOUS TUMBLERA I ETTER' nervous you sleep- -
Os -
in the legislature to S lest and t>atilyfatigued I
t representative Simple Trick That May B* Performed I 'I you.
: should take afw I
SOCIETY EVENTS repeal the law governing the leasingof I l)> Any goy or Girl. I dcses of the STILLGOING
Hitter It will ON
the convicts. A resolution was j The W) or girl who can perform a CELEB. restore vigor to

I clever fiat in magic or make a neat the system pro.
also pa=ed urging that all member* mote sound I: And with a* much activity and euthu-u--. ,_
AND PERSONALS G experiment in physics Is always l'ulll'n'lJ !- fleeo and absolutely
of the District As-emby and
r .
: #: an ai-<|IUii ton to n companyand i."..',.. :"l'} sure OUR GREAT
, 5252.5252525'2525c5"25'2J friends Kni/ht of Libor use all is popular accordingly Ht'slllt'S. if. Fick Headache',:
.! F.
I honorable means to bring about the the performance of the feat or the t Biliousness,

Miss Evelyn Heine hH returned: abolition of thi particular law. making of the experiment is sure to Indigestioii Odd and End

from a pleasant: vi=it to St. Louis. The next ;.es=iou will he held here give the boy himself a good deal of Dyspepsia, Sale

Judge John C. Avery is expected j pica Mil c. t laria ,
Tuesday after the first Monday: in TER'anTbi and will continue until the broken I..t-l
home from Waukesha this after Here is a little experiment that is r

noon. :September, Ii I --
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citizen it to M-VUJ like magic and yet it LADIES' OXFORDS MEN'S OXFORDS I I.AI-; }
It. II. Cowan a prominent
i illustration: of well FIRES FOR COOKING.I I "
simply is an a
of dues: is among the gue-t at the Cleaning ladies skirts and waist fi: 50) taro:
Merchants today. I I is one of cir specialties. Star Laun known you principle need to of make natural the philosophy.All exK'rimeutIs I Boiling and steaming-Slow, steady II ALL STYLES, Vici Kids All ToesNOW Pat I.

dry. fire I
Miss Patti Holden will open a' a marble top table, such as may be NOW .\

private school at No. 9! West Jackan -- found in any parN-r or sitting room; a 1 For reducing stock rapidl.-\"ery I I
$2.94.LADIES' $2.89.MEN'S
: quick. $19t'
.- street Oct. 1. :See: notice in this ORGANIZING I glass tumbler and a piece of candle.
clear fire no smokeor
I Fr."lng-Brlgbt. ;
isiie.Mrs.. You tint put umler the two logs at I tin rue. ---

MalloryVilllam. left for her 'I one end of the table thin wedges of Stewing and simmering-Very slow, OXFORDS OXFORDS MI '. -
wood or paper, to Bite the table 1 acry
home in AUbauia today after spending -i but giving continuous beat $3.00 1 2.f.I' .
slight incline in the direction of '
two weeks with her mother, \ Broiling, toasting-Bright, steady Pat Leather & Vici Kids I Pat Leather & ViciNOW PH; i
If wish make
the other end. to i
)Ir*. Jail. :--hepp ari. The circular letter has you i heat; burning: evenly all 0\er.
following; II NOW ,
the teat all the more mysterious you itolstln-Clt'J.r. bright fire; nexeral- I \
J'J. C. Anderson, who recently! been mailed to a large number of should tLe under the legs
low fresh fuel to be I
I IOWJH to get ; putat $2.11.LADIES'OXFORDS. $1.98. S4.aBOYS' .!:
the mills of the :Muford I
bought stw prominent Pensacoliaus. uLen tLe company is not looking. ; the back.RakingOvea.

Lumber Co. at Caryvilla, is a bu=i- ; It is proposed toorganizea Country Now take a plain glass tumbler and ; slow for milk pud- :

nevi-itor here tediy.Mrs' the rim that the j I Mod- :
moisten carefully so dings: stowing: and meringues. OXFORDS II--F. .
I Club" and erect a club house on 1 : -
Oeo. PellleIirriH.1 on the s : water will stick to it or at least enough elate for meat !fish large cakes cakes ,
the bay chore near Palmetto Beach, J200 $L0 .
much or j i ; -
containing sirup or sugar;
p. m. traiu from Mobile ye-terday ; having in connection with same tennis Quick for the first ten I Is&ol'tl'l'l'ad. I Pat. Tip and Vici Kids Vici Kid Cap Toe? i e-Sr.; t- .

and will :spendeveral weeks with ; courts, golf links croquet !i : minutes of baking a joint, small cakes, I NOW NOW N, \',

her iiiter, Miss Constance Kejnton. :ground, pin; pon. tables; boat j bread, pastry.A! .

John U. Ward and family and lauding: etc. Ths necessary site for I i -- -- 1 $1.47. $124. ,! $1.71
j i
Rev. 1'. Whaler and family have the! club house will be donated tO i| i M'y. 1 CommunicationMK. -

gone Seabreeze: : Ze, J. M. Muldou's i the club and ai excellent tract of i .,,A.. EDITOR-Allow HIP to speak a !

beautiful place up the sound, for anouting I land for a golf cour-e j N also offered j I 4 K f.t!///, ;G-f '1 Cough few words: favor I of suffered Chamberlain's for three Ii MEYER SHOE CO.

of a few days. for a long number of years practically : 'I' A A THIN WCCGtS OfPAPFB i'''' I years with the"bronchitis and could
free of rent. j' I not sleep at nights.! I tried several 1 II
The Rev Stephen B, Williams of. As it is not intended to have any ] ca WOOD v doctors and various patent medicines !' Feet t'nruMirr* for la,h Uulj.

Krewton, who has many friend in : : but could pet nothing to give j
I liquors sold in the club, it will be ;, I 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET-
this city, will preach tonight at b : me any relief until my wife got a':
dependent for its support solely upon : bottle of this valuable medicine ',
o'clock, at the :Salvation Army Rar-
the due from members but in order which has completely relieved me.- !

rack Everybody ii cordially in-I to put these within the reach of all W. S. KKOCKMAN: P.apneU, Mo. :

vited. This remedy is for sale by all druggists 'l ARE WE FIXING UP ?
I desirable parties, it is the purpose to and medicine dealers. ''

John Sutcliile and wife of Chicago make the initiation fee as low as _____ _____ I

are staying at Hotel E-cambia for a'' fib; W or iIU.UJ and the dues not exceeding I C.A.BTOrt.JA.: : I WELL, I SHOULD REMARK !, O;:
few day Mr. hutchtle is the architect j fi.OO per month. MAKIXO: THE TCMELEK MOVE. 8 ara the the K'lrt tan Have A *ays &t4 n19'escare I

who prepared the plans: and I The initiation fee and first month's of it to make a thin coating of mois I AMI ONLY A ri\V IIAY.s:
f-pecittciti'tns the new Christi t' dues will not be called for until the ture. Place the tumbler, rim down > I' I TO ri.MMI.
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on the end of the table where the i
church. : club house is ready for ue.Respectfully. I
\-I wedges; are and it will not move, for |I Lay the dust. You can buy TDIE'ot a bit of it. The big man is in New York buy, ,. _
A party 01 gentlemen from Flou : the incline if lOU Lave not made the j I garden hose at the Willis I- judging the size of the bills coming in he must "xi',

ton, among them being Me rSerog.gins ->. : W. H. KKYSEK, wedges; too thick will not be great I 1 factories to close down shortly, and we have to make prepurati '

Drt-wyanJ Dr. I Ivy, are I C. W. HAI.EKMAX, enough to make the tumbler move by Hardware Co. i reception Our fixings will be finished this fflth day of Augu-t w.
W. L. K.NOWLES, I I begin felling out the stock on hand at prices, that would --tart:.
expected here to go on ai j graity.
who home were to mention them.
The his
man owns own i
hill frolic chartered l! L. HILTON GREEN, Hut )ou are going to make the tumbler I
they having
;: I insures himself againt lots of ,
F. W. MARSH of itself so that it will stem
Capt. ) ReedS yacht, the Wallace mote trouble and worry. Nobody can i CLOTHING, SHOES HATS UNDERWF.AkIn
I to do so liy some magical power. To I
for the liEU. W. WKI.JHf, raise his rent, and the rent day ha

trip I IMi I Organization: Committee. do this light the piece of candle and no terrors for him. It's eay to owna i. fact, everything pertaining to Men's Wear and all th<- be--: _" .
-Theresa Frohliclntem, who! -- ---- --- I hold it near the tumbler for a few home now-a-days. Thos. C. i I ufactured. You all know Joe Coleman handles the best m \ .

ha liPru visiting relatives here, will moments. The heat from the candle II i WatSOn & Co- can te.liJ'ou how don't you? All\ you want to do i-. top in and w>- will tell :> .
leave Sunday for her h-mie at Mobile CLOTHING AT I I will cause the air in the tumbler to expand :- easy it I=. Call and see them. it, at

: and this expansionill have the
accompanied by Mr. Adolph :M. ; -: rf JOE COLEMAN'S
LESS THAN COST i fed of raising the tumbler! just a lit-I J
Cohen. At the re-iJenea of tierparents I tie from the smooth marble.I The air OPERA HOUSE !
I :1": SOl'I'1I I'AL.\"O sin H.T
: in Mobile, :SjuJay nightthe : cannot escape, however, because the
t tv
betrothal of Mi-s Frohlichstein and Heginniu. Thur-day I will offer '!i water around the rim of the tumbler ... ...--------.......---- I

Mr. Cohen will be announced.Selnu fir sale at ::.South Palafox .street' keeps it in. I 1l.SI\L I'I si'iV.1L.
I *:;,(W worth of Clothing! Mines, Then the tumbler will begin to move ,
1'iur*:-Col. I.. Miy, of Men'* Furnishings etc., at just what slowly nli>ng tile marble top, for the ---- -- --- ---

Peusacola, Fla., the owner of a \large : they tli-red will Greatest bargainsever .slight elevation that the expanded air j ONE WEEK,

body of timbrr laud is in the city, F. E. BRA\\'SER. has given it makes it now rest on a '. t'oMMEN1NiMONDAY : : \

and will prl+b.ibly pejj several 1 thin layer of moisture, and it glides

days: here. He i, a Confederate veteran : i down the incline by the force of grav : SEPT. I..

llth South Carolina regiment.Hagood's PENSAGOLA ATHLETIC I!: ity. I MYTlNKKSATtKHAY.

ri..lde, Hoke's diM-ion I
A Two > t.
Story e
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Longrtreet'- l...e's lIstitl -
corp- army.
A very curious bird's nest is prefcerveil THE<< ELEIIRA'IEDBoston
III' wa- ::rt'ttly Impre.,,ej: with lit Salem, in Massachusetts, in

alma and it- brautif.iltreets and which sUite the novelty was found.

other evidence-: eiiU'rpn-e and The; b.ard "I director- the Pen The fctory of the nw-t is very Interest <

ing. 1
progre-s- -acola Athletic Club held .
a"err Tile c-ow bunting of tLat section i

well attended and interesting meeting peter builds: a nest, but the female! bird Ideal Opera Co.

KNIGHTS i{ OF LABORIN lit Tue-day night. Severalnew lays LIT eggs in the Ill' tsIf those

birds which feed their joung on in- I I
: members were elected and the 35 ARTISTS.
s<'('!s. In the case in question a cow

ANNUAL SESSION resignation" of everal members ac- bunting left an egg in the nest of ai I
--- -- 1 cepted. Several members were also i I sparrow, in which was one egof tile i ii PRESENTING STANDARD AND
j latter. When the sparrow returned :, GRAND OPERAS. I I
dropped from the rolls on account of I toathat intruder Lad l-een I ,
Thewnu: d l-es-iou 'If Di-tru-t AIN i an I
nonpayment: of dues. It h-is been I th.'reohe remembered that she hadone I GRAND ORCHESTRA. '
tenibly. lC'1 "li1t- of, dll-ed. ,
I egg and no wore, and there before : I
I ibor- i '.. Li-t nuht by elctng: j jollicer decided to rent the grytnna-sum during l.Irnrv two.Lut was to be done? Large and Handsome Chorus.

afuli.iws. (Leo, K. Smith, IH. | the s-ea-on for concerts fair, Sl.e consulted witL her mate, and finally I
dmces, I'tC.IU order iucre .. I Irt't'cue | I they hit a plan of action. tn nnH IMUCrW: i
to : -e the upon
M.V.. U, L.Viluin,11.11.! F.
; They built, a bridge; of straw and hair :J.G, J2G. aCZ niicl GOc. i
of the club and also for the I
)[. S \\'IIlte, D. :S.T. Members; i directly over the two eggs making a 'I' lUilliant |olju0oit( & Bon.

the executive board were fleeted aifollow i accommodation of the public.All I second story in the home and thus I :Seats on Sale Friday. I )

i 1 idles wi-hing to join a class lea\ing: the twos; below out of the ; I
-- -- ---
U. R. sanders of lUtitfSprings
: II react of the warmth of tier body. In I
at the rrniu.iMunior or take kindof I
; P. H. Divil-xin, of Pan*a-I any the piT apartment she laid four eggs; '

Alabama.1! physical culture under Dr. Hall and raised her br.tllL A hen the sparrows WtW'iVrI i
cola ; H. O. Weavers, of :
are requested to end in their namesduring left the nest, it was taken down, i
Representatives to the General Astmbly --1 with the two eggs still in it, and preserved

..e"iou to be held on November : 1 the month of September. If as a cuno&it}'. .,

there i is not a sufficient number of I
11, lititi. at Ni.uiri Fall, are I NICK'Si I II
unes by the first of October to war \ Miniature Oak: Tree. I
Arthur lcC'HHldl.\nJ M.\ White.. !
If an acorn l e suspended by a pieceof
rant the forming of c'a--es therewill
The a-tinoly trnn"acted the uualliuinesi : !! I thread within half an inch of the

afterwards he no clan work this fall. surface of some water contained in a I
ar.d p.i--ed res-
All gentlemen joining during the hyacinth glass and so permitted to remain i
ilutnicnndeming tilt I law. nf the 1 i without being disturbed, it will limiUITDAILY
month of September' will be admit- : r
state of Florida in connection with iu a few months burst and throw a
I I ted without initiation fee by merely root down into the water and shoot i iI
the convict lea-"'\I.. Re=olu- I
1| paying $1 i 50 per mouth due;. A upward its straight!: and tapering! stem, 1I I 1
I with beautiful little green leaves.A .
n.EITI.'Iii': \\ IIIIK.: : vapor bath will be put in and an experienced : young oak tree growing in this t
I man and woman fur U1H: -1 i way is a wry interesting: object A
.\ \\a tn rretrnt Car SitkiuHHA chestnut be treated in the same I
I I may
j treatment will\ !
be I
age; engaged. A Comprise all the Up-to-
gentleman describes how heprevents Manner. The water must lie changed II
class !I I Date Dishes the I
gymua-ium will be Markets
trained -
car sickness.; HP gap., i. suinciently often to afford these trees

About one year: ago I tok a trip to three times a week under an experienced i the necessary quantity of nourishment of the World

California my health. I bid always : i I from the matter coutained in It. AtI ..d. I
jutlered greatly when travelingand and responsible teolcJtr.f ,
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have been unable to eat ordinary f There will be various tournaments i For the next f
food. A friend who knew this i i At AI-t-C'I Cost tkl( days-fur
advi-ed me to take (irape-Nuts with 'in ;game and athletics during the I i niture at <). Ladies' Private

me and I purchased a number of fall and: it I U hoped that the club will M. Pryor's to make room for new
( I 1 stock -
pdrktp" :
During the entire ]j'UruA of five i Ii i be in a more flourishing condition --- Dining Parlor.

days I ate uottuug but Grape-Nut than ever before. Ball Bearing, keen cutting -
prepared with milk and sugar and I I I : .
I i s Lawn t1Iowerat the F.P0U,
g:lined strength steadily and lItJPr-1 Machinists Get Raise.

1 ed no illne whatever, # at Kroxvllle.! Sept President ;0.1. F I Willis Hardware Go's- Regular Dinner Daily.Short .
the end of the I found I I !1 FEED LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.OPEN .
; lurney to my Darby, of the Southern Railway! MR- -- -- : : : : ,

delight l that I bad gamed live 1ouuj"l I'hinists"! union! has just rptllrn",1 from i \ Furniture, go ,
in WE'I.:lt. ,. If TOllUa\ at{t DAY AD NIGHT. 1S w<.,t Iutcllfl.'IH.ia! (r" :
I consider Grape-Nnts the hl""t.! Washington where he went to con- 1 to PRVOR'S. Order Promptly '1-

food in the world, it keeps\ perfectly, fcr with! Southern railway! >fScials: relative I -- -- Filled. Night or Day.

IS not bulkly :and is t>:l-lly I, to the wage scale fo machinists: Foley's Honey and Tar POU & QINQLES, Managers.
and far -
Evength-giving preferablem
1 H. !states that the company has iracred I
every way to ordinary food." for increase of 10 cures colds, presents pneumonia. If It' Something Good to Eat ,
a request an i> @ C.J
Name given by the Postura Co., Battle you wish you'll find it at
Creek, Mien. IHT rent and that It became effective! I
Fishing tackle of all kinds
There hone sure way to prove Sept 1I I Nick AJX stIe'sPopular
whether or not Grape-Nut:* does rebuild I and good crab nets at the > : ; R. POU .

and strengthen the brain. Try Gates Goes to Europe. Willis Hardwaer Cos. Restaurant. p

It ten days or t.\'o weeks. Thousand'sknow i New York: Sept. 3.-Jotn W. Gates : ; *

1 it does, from actual experience sailed for Earcre today Is. the iMaosUc. BANNER SALVE. .:* J FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMEB
tl but everyone :should nuke: the trial : .
ship .
p ;. himself. the most healing eelYOIn tM world : J7 West InUndiccia Street. Office Phone, 31. Rssiieu-s P1'

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