The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
September 5, 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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AH stomach and bowel troubles in child or adult art I!I
due to a single cau!e-Indi estlon. :
Flux, colic, cholera morbus, diarrhoea, dysentery and >
all com plaints of like nature,are the result undigested I
foodsfermenting: in the stomach. The only way to I
prevent fever and to I'
cure such troubles without injury ---
to the membranes lining the stomach is: to restore ,I

of Revolution Are Now Much / perfect digestion. : of Terrible
Tr."ps I Digests Spectacle

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Dessimated. Grandeur.
Kodol is the DPW discovery! which cures all !stomach '
and oowel troubles by removing the cause. This famous :

remedy checks fermentation, cleanses, purifies and -- -
Sweeten'4thestonach. K.xlol digests all classes of food and gives to the body
all of the nourishment, health and strength it contains. I -
:Special to The Daily News.
1 M.iy News: Cures Indigestion, Dyspepsia and all Stomach Troubles. j

"Kodol: Dyspepsia Care Is lust the thin j for dyspepsia and stomach trouble It hu I London Sept 4.-The rrl''pu.1' 1
', Held. Aug. 27i : -tC.JI'r SOUTHERN'SNEW helped me more cbtf In a long standing Ctt d of catarrh of the stomach.
Oscar hm :,l'bf'rry Valley,N.V. dent of The Daily Mail at Castries..1
i AiSOcidttJ Pr 'ss.) Prepared only by 1C: DeWitt.Co..
i" Chicago old hy all itealerg.GfiC .
II St Lucia has cabled: the fallowing
.lortnight taj \',-s ufDUlcCOJtlb( : Cure Ibe favorite household reuu-Jv for coatns colds, croup, STRIKE REGION
FAST MAIL bronchitis gripye, thwt and luau trouble It curt* account cf the phenomenon, witnessed I
ir.:. has lust time and
at Hit tniK' ot the recent outbreak oi , SherpardHar; Pharmacy Sidney Kann.
u-lection was a shut I --
hunt Pelt.- ;Martinique:

imputed" possession; ->! to The Nfvs "Cunc'en s and 9 o'clock in thei I Special to The Daily News
Special Daily :
iti.dna' Barcelona and Cuit Atlanta Sept. ".-The" Southern DIVORCE evening of Aug. 20, a spectacle of terrible Wilkesbarre. Pa\. Sept. 4.=President!
> all the eastern coast STRANGE
railway will in the course of a few I grandeur was witnessed from Paer's declaration that the miner

MA hilt owing to the ability weeks put on a fast mail train between hero. A pitch black cloud hung on.rthl' strike cannat b* settled except on the

i>.! General Ve'.utiui, a Cor- New York and New Orleans, BRINGS FORTUNE SHOOTING AFFAIRSpecial island of Martinique through which basis before stated by him, has cast
raordinary intelligence, a
which will reduce the time between shot at intervals pillars of flame high a gloom over the strike region. The

m-Tial. port has been wrestm New York and Atlanta to 22 hours. -- into the sky which broke into fan business interests were hopeful that
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tactic forms of colored fire and scat the meeting between the president of
will only
At first the train carry
to The Daily News (
of the revolution: are The Daily News.
Special to
tered showers of About
fiery sparks.
mail and baggage cars, though it is the Philadelphia and Reading company
,UAfcieu It is impossible to the intention of the management to I Atlanta. Sept. 4.-George R. Houghton New Yo'';. Sept 4.-Mystery our- nightfall! clouds were darting about and Senators Quay and Penros

's present condition. It I of Atlanta was esterday divorce'l like millions of fireflies and above all
add equipment as soon as rounds: a shooting affray on the beautiful would result in a peaceful settlementof
,... offer from a general indu- from his wife in Chicago and by the those aureoles
the fast schedule has been given a Huntington estate at ThroggJ! large appeared in the the conflict, but there is a feelingof
:alossibte! to analyze, but it complete trial. transaction comes into possession: of Neck, in whkh a kitchen! maid was sky." depression today everywhere.

nat although very powerfulof The new schedule will be operated an etat.'alul'd at nearly J2UU.OOO.:! probably fatally wounded by a pardene The correspondent; then proceeds to At strike headquarters President

July, it has since devel- !in connection with the Pennsylvania. George: Houghton a Milwaukee! bank r assistant. Mrs. Ccilis! P. Hurt. confirm the details of the eruption as wlitchell discussed Mr. Baer's state.

moral] and physicaleak- I the Atlanta andVest Point, tha president father of the Atlantan die] Ir. ton made every effort to baffle tko already known, and says: meat with some of his lieutenants, but

I Western of Alabama and the Louisville five months ago and left: a condition police and coroner: until! threatenedwith "There were tremendous earth rumblings he declined to say anything for pub

.iutionists have, moreover and Nashville, as are the other in his will that his son should not ra- anvat. Tao kitchen maid was and explosions. The grounl lication lie said some time in the

: TO construct bridges and through trains between New Yogic 'eihis share.. of the estate until Elizaotth Connell 21 years of as* rocked and nothing could stand onuuies near future he may reply to flaer'a

ulpquate, tools or engn- and New Orleans. This train will his wife dirti -> he was divorced from and the man now under arrest charge l or shelves. Boats for St. statement.Mr. .
in spite of the tons her. Vnder I im- run's decree Houn-! I Pierre unable reach the
not interfere with either of the three with the shooting! i is Daniel Hawkiua. were to town Mitchell denied the report that

I iiv; and the thousands limited trains now operated, by the ton will also be out a considerable sum ij years old who !lives on tLe estate owing to the fall! of hot ashes and a he had received a communication from
', .y have under anus ol mon as he will!! have to nis! tidal whole of the
Southern and the Pennsylvania bitwoen y. pay with his \vir ad seven children. Ten wave destroyed the J. Pierpont Morgan asking him to

.",led that If nut a Atlanta and New York. wife alimony to he amount of $21.500.\ victim of the c.octni! ? is now at the sea front of LeCarbet" state the best terms upon which t9

they are very dif Although the new schedule has nt The order of divorce was granted point lr death sunering from three would settle thi strike

The revolutionists the by Judge Kavanagh, of Chicago, to woundHawkins-*. ERUPTION OF SOUFRIERE.
been i-ompMed. it is; !known that
tore the govern- train will: leave New York shortly after both parties. :Mr. and Mrs Hough. I isaid to have waiked! --- COAL CREEK MINERS QUIT.

'a i k them, but now 2 o'clock each morning and reach ton ate each totally di'orrpd.1 l anprivhfse icto the kitchen and, without a won! Volcano: on Island of St. Vincent Is

.:it the g.:>n'rnmer.t Atlanta about 11 o'clock! in the evening !! tn jr.3try: agaia.Mr. I fired a bullet into the girl's back Again Active. Fail to Reach an Agreement on Wago

meal. It is ..o ot the
:i-h they will bo passenger to eat his breakfast i.New a nsterdlt of divorce in her twice more, both bullets strikingthe ., Sept. 4.-The coast telephone services -I Knoxville, Tenn, Sept. 4.-The SuoI

t., but an inva- York and hi? sapper in Atlanta, something or couit of Fulton thsup'm'l arm. Then he ran down to the reports that a violent eruption I tlnel today says: .

mean that the that has heretofore: been unheard months ago and the dock ad jumped into the sound. Mrs Ot the Soufriere volcano on the island : About 300 miners employed by the

:I.vr is this evenal of. was set for this week. The case In Huntingdon's! brother-in-law. Hoilinesworth. I. 01 St. Vincent, was observed at mid. Coal Creek Coal company have ceased .

Castro is now The new train will be the fastest: the Atlanta courts will! now bf dis who was bathing! at this night work on account of a failure tv
;A himself l He will missed. : reach the scale oC
service in the pent ici-cu.-d the man with the aid an agreement on
train ever put into !
much to do to south. ;Mr. Houjrhton and his wife separated of th? '-oachman. Hawkins was unconscious Ashes Fell Far at Sea. wares for the year beginning Sept, I.

.. t'uggle victorious I about seven years ago: ai.d two and not knowing what hal: Kingston, Jamaica Sept. 4.-The The Coal Creek Coal company doe

is ordered to taker years ago Houphton moved to this occurred, the men spent sons time in German steamer Castilia, which arrived not recognize:; the Knifed Mine Wort-

five weeks either RUPTURE city.! Mrs. Houghton is a resident t resuscitating him her from St. Thomas. D. W. I.. era of America! and the agreement recently
c >":tuo. If Matus can Chicago. She is a daughter" of the A physician was called in and although today reports encountering a heavy readied between the mla

.imraunltion and ad, late Colonel Kirby, formerly a w.althy :' he said! that the girl had little i fall)) of volcanic dust while $00 milesat workers' committee and some of th
ir between Aragui'a tiiiTf! k"t-;er of Milwaukee. Houghton Chance to lIve. he ordered that no om- sea. She also: reports that the coal. operators! of Jell.Vo and Coal

i a valley by whi IMMINENT is sad to be a well known club moo be allowed: Inside the ground. Accodincly coast of Haiti was completely obscured I Creek districts as to the scalp of

will probably at- ;I I I I guards were posted and when l>y a hare caused by dust. I I wages i? not acceptt-1 the rompany.

;i order to reach Cai SEVERAL II Police! Captain Walsh.! of the West-

Special to The Daily News. [ chester station, and Coroner O'Cm'- Boxers Issue Proclamation. I ARIZONA-MEXICO
< \\\1! point of view Prt-1- I nan arrived: tle: >' were informed that Hong Ion. Sept. 4 -A boxer prtvi ;
has regained!; his lost: Panama Columbia. &ppt. 4-It is a. tarnation has tppnO tf'd at Canton. '
CONVENTIONS thf could: not come within the gate i
,MSI: the arrival of the the felted in official circles: here that HELD I II Coroner O'ODrman:: placed: Mr. Hollinsswrrth inciting the slaughter of foreigners It i COPPER COI
revolutionary gunboat PaJilla is
'n .J! ( rain: wnrth about under arrp.-t. Eventually the is ascribed to the commencement ,;f
still!! loading coal I and
munitions of
ko i inoiiqht: to him yp't I] rorotpr'was u horf>d Into the presence work on the Canton-Han Chow ra-!- _
war at Corinto for Rlpdal to Thf Daily News. I
Nicaragua the ns- 'IAtlarta
( : i li1hi'\; of Mrs Huntington and he repeated road and funds for the payment jf
!'\ l to The :NewLaredo.'Tex.
of the forces .
insurgent under CE'noi" Se'pt.4-Thpdemorat, of
I his demand to be allowed to foreign indcmnit ti::
al Rtviera. It is believed in Panama Ohio. Iowa, Wisconsin: and California _- pt. 4".v"Monterpy:

IITIEN I I that this "Onduct on the part of held state conventions yesterday: sec the dying girl. I Morne Capote Damaged. special says that the Arizona-Mexican!

the Nicar.-euan government in permit. In Ohio! Mayor Tom Johnson controlled "You cannot see her. and that is Paris. Sept. 4-The ministry for the Copper company has: boon organize
I positive said Mrs: (funtin on. "Yon i
and incorporated under both American
Ins the Colombian insurgents to oh. !, and the platform representshis i colonies received a cable dispatch t."

f SITUATION i I tan aid In Nicaragua, notwithstanding! Indi'ldual'ie's.. Dryar. and free mIght! Just as well go away for I poslth ,i j day from the governor of GuadelujK.-. I' and Mexican law. with a capital of
>ly ref i'e to allow any one to seA j $3.onn: non) gold!; to exploit LaGran Pro
the protests lodged by Senor Coacha. silver are Indorsed.In i 1\1. :Merlin saying that Morne Capotewas

i- Colombian minister at Washington Iowa silver! was I ignored and tu! her""Madam" I much damaged by the recent erua- I' vpncedora dp Cobra mine, consisting
it : < said Coroner O'Oorman
'.uly' News. and the promises made by Senor trusts and the tariff denounced.In I| tion of Mont ivife] Basse Pointe: I of twenty 'pprtpnenclas. situated at
"you are aiding In the work of covering : Gaboetr-a, tate of Sor.ora. The president
a Corea. Nicaraguan minister at the California silver was mentioned heights; were burned.WORLD'S
i unaira.'Sept.; 1.-Le'- : up a cringe. If you do not allowme of the company 1 is J n. Hubf
same capital, renders imminent a ruptrite but the tariff and the trusts were condemned.
t m Haiti dated i l'pt. 1I.ltlom to see this young woman I shall I Inger of New Haven fnnn
CoIomMa and Nicaragua.; YIELD
in that rcpub11 I be compelled to order your arrest" .
Cxcopt: for the presence of the numerous The Wisconsin democrats devo'e
complicated.\ Mrs. Huntington then gave the required
ore n !inforcemonts which! have iocently nearly all of the platform to state i--- COODHUE
,!Vputies as now eon permission! i
arrived on the i.-thmus. the sit Rues but denounce trusts and the ta-- OF GRAIN
!it. one of the candi- I catior here remains unchanged The cause i of the shooting vaj not i FORCONGRESS

: -iiior.fy, has a mar learned --
rival M. Houchard. if.BRICANDS j I
Special to The New..
revolutionary party "
Buda Pest Hungary Sept. 4.-The
,1In the field. BRIGANDSMURDER i.Tingarlati ministry of agriculture estimates Special to The Daily News:

.-of: i-ntirely the difficulty suspendel is !n TUNNELS COUNTSpecial I WAR PAINTSpecial the world's yield of grain this Gadsden >la:," Sept. 4 -The news

year as follows: reaches Gadsden that the Republic
and the public
iik ..-- I Wheat. 2,905.320.000:! bushels ans of DeKalb county in their meet- -
acing their! work be-
Rye U97.040.000 bushels. ins held at Fort Payne last Saturday
to The Daily :
v r->t been paid since Special to The Daily News. to The Daily News.
Oarll')'. 1,141,490000 bushels indorsed A E. Goodhue, a Dpmocrt
-.,nod the presidency KnlnilI.Tnu.! .. S. pt. 4 -Work o:. New York Sept. Dispatches: S. C. 'Sept. 4.-tieuten- I 1 I )
t Charleston Oats 3.0(14.720,000( bushels of Gadsden, for congress from the
""> > two of the large tunr.tN l :: the I{-.ox, from Bologne report says a dispatchto
ant Governor Jim Tillman I a defeated j Corn 2.97.4SO,000: bushels. i seventh district to oppose the Dem
:,i'se advices thosi/ I trifle LaFayette and Jdlno railroad The New York American, the murder
candidate for !governor, whose personal j The European) wheat crop Is esii-I cratlc nominee, Hon. Jno. I* Burnett
.' burning the town will bt tinder Copper KUgp. and will there under mysterious Hrcum- t
character was bitterly assailed I mated to give; an increase of 193..120-
i\p sought refuge on be about! .3'I) feet in I lensth Shifts stances of Count Bonmartini a rich
during the campaign has issued a 000 bushels over the crop of 1901 ; a A Certain Cure for Djuentery and-
I'-ao and are boun;!I have been imt to work at both ends landed proprietor and son-in-law of the statement saying he will!! immediatelyresign decrease of 136320.000 bushels Is ex- I Diarrhoea.

and from the! center and top another famous surgeon Professor Murricount if the editor 'ot The Columb'a! i I in the
petted European corn I
large shaft. This who had been staying In Venice with crop. Some years ago I was one of a
shift is sinking a I
State will call him a liar to his face. !, The wheat crop of the United! States
the countess and who recently returned party that intended making a Ionz
and wil! enable
air vent
RANGISCO will be an to his palace near Bologne. An I He intimates that he will fighti !; is estimated at C46.100.000; bushels bicycle trip" says F. L. Taylor. of
the tunnel." The
rapid running ; unknown woman is believed to have i "I think the matter has gone far I with a surplus of 210.820.000 bushels.I New Albany, Bradford" county. Pa.
J-aFolMte: Junction tunnel will b? enough" he "I to I "I was taken suddenly! with diarr
says am ready j The Canadian wheat crop is estlmat-
admitted into the palace several desperadoes
MINE SOLD I about 7oii feet in length. It is sai< tender my relocation as lieutenant ; ed at 93,720.000 bushels, with a surplus hoea, aud was about to give up the
who murdered the and
it will tax the contractors' capacmto count : trip when EditorVard, of the
governor to Governor McSweeney !If of 29,820.100 bushels
in time fled with 100.000 lires. | Laceyville'***np r.suggested that
complete! the Copper I N G. Gonzales will, face to face and I
al.y News. I take a do e of Chamberlain's Colic.
for the rest of the road. A Boy's Wild Hide For Life. man to man call me a liar a blackguard THE 8.'iT.nos.! .-\ Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I

t S.Mt"4-A M'onterey'hf The entire! line from Jellico to Knoxville With family around expecting himto or a coward. The resignationwill 8UKF! DATHLNO FSTABLISHMENT purchased a bottle and took two

San Francisco, is now under way. It is expected -. die, and a son riding for life 18 be handed to the governor within does. one before starting! and one on
,4 v ,i-h district of the! trains will be running by next JuneBurnett's miles, to iet Dr. Kind's; New Dis- 15 minutes after notice from this Bathing in the warm salt\ ) waters is the route. I made the trip successfully .

i, .1 .as been purchased j I --- covery for Consumption, Coughsand man of his acceptance of the terms." conceeded to be the finest in the and never felt any ill etlect. ,
ti nd J. Pheb} of Sin I Extract ha; outlived Colds, W. H. Brown, of Lees- I world. Everything for pleasure with Again last summer! 1 was almost I
Vanilla Gonzales has
paid no attention to safety. Good board and lodging, by with attackof
-um of ISOO.OOO.! ville, Ind., endured death's agonies I completely run down an
It pre criticism. It is the finest and purest from asthma! but this wonderful the statement. tbe day or week. Luncheon promptly dysentery. I bought a bottle of

'ltn currency. Th e vanilla: extract: that can: be bought; medicine pave instant relief and served at all hours, day or niht. this same! remedy and this time one

;; ,. ::rely worked by its Once tried always used. soon cored him. He writes: "I now MEAT & MALT has a marvelous CHARLES H. BURTON, dose cured me." Hold:! by all druggists -

cc over twenty years !sleep!! soundly every ni bt." Like dietetic valne. While refreshing and 2m-tf Manager. and medicine dealers.Foley's .

"v: a large amount cl f I CONCERT AND DANCE AT marvelous cures of Consumption, pleasant to take, it helps assimilation Grass Shears that will cut -- --

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MAGNOLIA BLUFF: THURSDAY of food. Sold byDANNHEIhER dose at the Willis Hard- Kidney
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CABLE CAR ACCIDENT A Society Belle of London, Canada.

1 Jim Dumps had always felt quite blue

When rent and other bills fell due. : .\ r \1.-\Bl\ELL: : fW) n: II l.e.1'hy, and nat- I

--. Collectors seemed to fill the air, Wreck on Milwaukee Avenue [EjiS1.] I :I :unt.u-1. |! *$s5L. foal! II.'Ull1t'l.t'struation, : \
And landlords ,\.!.. i> .i : a'lti- &w --ir: >a rill!.; :s very easy to
sprang from
ev'rywhere. in Chicago.PANIC fn! ;irl who :k:; 'n win k",'i' r-'iMiar tf.reuph the
different now ; no blues for him I .
t. 'uffr-rmg 14 311,1 i \\ ir.. otCardui 2 \'i or*of mature womanhood.

"Force" has made him:" Sunny Jim t" AMONG PASSENGERSTrain Las l>r,,illicit i ,'ra.: 'liifn ti.e "Cl1all 8 of life"

to health. She n one uf n.* 1,1-d nut be ftiiroJ. Thus

social favorites of her hue \ \\"me of r.irdui is woman'

.0 Was Composed of Grip and Two ; and itT nvoierv tj b
.' Other Cars-Grip Struck Raised( Ida permitted LT. to enj.y hf !,i are; A million women

the of h.-r have sernreJ blessed relief ,
company cant .. .
Platform and with Crash All Three Mw Net Jjr. :!
friends instil of lying on from their suJerinps! bytakI I

Cars Were Wrecked I a bed of sickn<>si and sa!'erm:;. For : mg thu treataieiit. It relieves men-

\ ITIrn! : Chicago Sept 1.-lore than a 1 I Ireore the heath! she now enjoys she giv's strual troubles in an incredibly short '
I I credit to Wine of Cardui. SLd writes: time. In a simple casa of deranged
ot mea md WOIDl'1lt iv hint
: "I hive found Vint Wine of C.UJul nerrr fails. TaThieve
Carfoi: an exceltnrntCS
wine ot them seriously in a T.. r''':.uou .
torce"TL. lent remedy for female trouble. suffered! : disordered menses! is to remove

a Milwaukee avenueable taij for three years with terrible bearing-down the cause of other female troubles. Any

i !beet .arly this morning i pains at the menstrual frkvJ. I could I physician will tell you that to remove

Tue train, which was eonipos-ol: o: 1 hardly stand on my feet and was never the cause. of a disease remltrj! the cure
ktoJy Wi>rrse l..rra1. I easy, in fa--t seldom fails to complete
real well Wine of Cariui the
.1 a ,grip; and two other caiova > l1- was only
th>> cure. If you would Lava the sane
medicine that I could do
depend on to me
.1.;; a !heavy load of working; '....Uil.*. I ri'uef which Hiss Marked secured t.rrcess.
any good, as I trial several with no
4 o 'u town when between (*ir
\ O ,i.i! ] Evergreen avenue the grip t-irui-:\: <' have now eoioye: perfect health for two an examination; and: without any

00 rtiPd: platfrum in the tra'V; :h! years. ani: give you all the credit for f I I j>uLlu'.tv'! wLi'evtr. You can take it inthe

-. 0 .. ui>oh the trout far plun:e-i !'iiio l',.- i know you deserve it." ) jinvary (.1 your! hunts and iwurej
i-t .I* n.uih bent't: a< if a doctor had
:'.,' ..">d the trailer 'vailud:. 11:1. ia i i it : Fur Wire ofrI11ll is
a girl it for Thousands uf
yuuiis I'r.nh.,1: >ou. woMen -
adds daily deposits to .
0 o tLebe-t ivim'ly: to guide i her through : are fieimg the vigor of retumina-

health's banK account. :-Mei 'jiea and children: wetv j p:::!" |I wotnanhoud Oy starting the:: menstrual: J health by taking \\'me of C4ardui.c4'J' .

y0a 0 :.'j > :.U it tl masses:. m the I'.r-.i I

.. A followed and ', t'.i-:
0lJ 2. panic a. a\nILlonpienfenmY

iiid.lable patrol wagons in the .1 :- I WINE l of have foiird rtliff! women in i

\Vmeof Cardui.!
cttre sent to the scent' to' >v.i(

'ate the passengers from tho w u-i\: .-
a I -
age. Many of the injured wea PI-LUI"

in until the wreckage wa 'hl'I": |i- i

Sweet crisp flaKes of wheat and malt-eaten cold. or sawed away. It u not belies: !

l.u:.- and Frank 15rend5g were baiih. '

enough hurt to notewitatt.: along on":

Must H It. to a doctor and tho other to the ho.s- I]

"T am arraajSog to spend a few wwks at Care ('0.1, and want to bow if I ran ptaJ.! The others! wen take! by the ;| TABLE.

vKurce' there. I must have it, as it hw IM-CU of great benefit not only to mj'. VflliCtto their homes i I

..t too to my \ .; <:r.i-lJ.w: ant htr little ODd ." LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD'
1\amu: furtisaeJ on 1i[, 'UcliUl.ln.) IS EFFECT liKl'KMUKK: : I. 1 HLAW

PARKER'S New Orleans! and Mobile.
-- Clran".. and but.fin tut luir.Iniurar I I0.1 ,.
... Jelks. I I'r.k' \ \. ,o.6. .: No.B, So.l. No.5
t frruwthNever
Appointments by
are Combined. Fails) to He?to re Ory i 15 a 12:1 m 11:0i p f.pav .. "t'D@acoJ" .....o\rrITe 5:5):( a 4:") p voo p
..:. :Montgomery, Ala 9<>pt 4 -Appola! *. Hair to ita Youthful Color. i 5ai::\ 1\ ::tT p 1:112 a Leave..... jo'loml\lon.. Leave 2:11.a 2k: p \ 1:11 P
4.-Tte Oads- Embroidered swiss I Is one of the meets were announced yesterday by i Cun*rap. .n1ft."a<1 w I +.t Tn."TWEEKLY b..rla. sp.F 11.91 a 4:2'p: 2\; a Leave no tlobti.. heave 12llIo't 1110 b:0p
.. : Machine compvlustrr. .." +:tp i1 a LrRve.New nrirane 1..av8 ":1.' p 7:2Sa _
old time favorites that have been re- Governor Je'.ks a? follows( : Justices -- -- ---
I' r has purFuundry North.
\ivcd. of the p.ace, II Jo'. Henderson, Kyraulga. :- HCIIEDULl
and Mame
1 The tulle dress this t-eason Is a S. Talladesa coiictjr: ; nota FOR STEAM DITlsIONPtKSACOLA So. 2. So. f. No. 1 No. 8.

concern and pronounced rh'ulot the shirt waist and rice public and juftif-es of the pea.cII.T. 1\:1'; pm 12:1 p m 1.l'lIv1''D'acol" Arrive 4otip m l\flll m
and will'move KLKCTlUOTKUSilBAJ: x:15 tI\1: Arrtre I.I'RVI' 11:1 \ISS
a m p m tontltompr a m p IBlI
\ costume if not us eco "
.t'JuraleLlrt .. i
J. Bozeman beat Crenshaw county >a 'm 1I'pm -\rrlv..HlrnI<&KbaOl..I..ave !!:1\.1am I: Iipmioo
;Haut o |hlia for nonneal.The J. Dolomite) beat Jefferson RAILWAY COMPANY, : pm 1:1" ri m Arrl" ...._ \ 1',11\11I8 .. Lease .. ..
T Batson 7.
:- and 'ahTllle'lanonga : : !::!Iam 'iI.lam Arrii".nulernl.. I."t'. 1I:!!> pm !:.; ami
fhirtvaUt Costume with plain county : Georee Smith. Myrtle, Tralni IH( VB Fon"acola tor the LIttUllayou ;! I"m !nfI "m A rave l'll1clnn"t! I..."".. II.I.lpm 1IllIp81
: and tit but stjlis-h shirt waist hats eu suite, beat *1\. Mor.tgomer; entity: J. A. Kit: iinyou.v arrln"lon, Navy 1 art 7.J ,llIm 1i'P: Iii Arrn' I'!.'" I .:1.PIII vM_p m_

amount of new I h:, 1"1'11111'IIlIe of the notable features I Cool... Jr., Olarkesville. bt at 14. Clarke and r'urt Karranua at i, PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
7iian J
-I! tiled' at 'i ta.m.arrlveatFortHRrranc&I!
once I ot summer ;Downing.Transparent county 10.00 a.m. arrive at Fort Karrancai..,1 a.n J. S,). 1-lIaIlY So. I\-lIaly I I't"I' wh..r. tine. nut showno.} i 2-Hally So, 29-Doug
h one of the jokes and V shaped 1ap.tnarrtVPatFort K'! rrancai 1:45pa
-- -- -- ----- -- --
r. ''nerf and ever 8:80 p. m. arrive at I ort Karranca 4:15 p n l1iJ pm i.'"' a III ,Lean. 1'.nrol" \rr1\ 1"pm rta pm
r all lace .
M-Mn of nod quality or .. .. ,
Coal Shipments. llftp. Jr.. arrt"!' M fort Harrnncai 700p n I I'i! night 1 I' 1.10-: ...... I'.or. ",1M ''
'h They<< I!III I,rulth'r.or. silk embroidered net, Phila-iplphia! St-pt 4.-AXTiile tb 'tOUp.m.arrv.. at Kurancai l<.I5 )).1: I I .: I :: i" :: :: i utrtrra :: I I".,4 :: a "! :
Harranciu Yens ,
than Trains leave Fort L ..I 7 l' _.. c"Olbut ... I 111.:1'! 5:57
i Ming
tram more pojrtil.-ir ever.limitl .. .
are rVnn.i.vhaiiM! railroad! is still trar.s- 'cola at I! a, 11\ m' Ml alat .. 1":411": 6x5 '
.i+ !II! d! heavy laces are liked fur lusww and I I: \t" 1 Harp .. I 11/1" 6:1J .
porting: weekly! thousands "f tons of i:15a.m.arrty! at fen-a>;ola :0)aa ..
l .. ._ "
12 :,1" 1 :tj" b'tltCity IOI fJ7":
'-'. I r. will bet. linen toilets, and in general the heavyvarieties lU'Wp) m. arrive at Prnstt ola..11.45pa', .. .. "
biltiminouj. ('oal and coke originating! 11" 7\11": lllton 111:1u": 6:9u
.' arrive at Pen acola !;.4i n
'MI i m. p. ,
p. "
.. ... Boat ,
\ such as Irish.croehet are preferred 1.11I 8 m Range :fi6'
on the past of the Pitts burg ar.1 6: m. u"
to the delicate kinds. Erie, its anthracite shipments for the 7tM p. m. arrive at'. p.s45 I 2::!II" !IIIII" m. MillIgan .. .. IIU": ':11"' Pea acoU 8IIOp. a .. .F ..
p. OJ .. ,
'Il.r. ttiscuit colored etamiue Is much used 2." !tl\j" n' Cr.-tVlew 11:11" I M
I week ending Aug. 30. of :;,13: thus was 'ttaturdays only 5'I 14'e5 '' .. .DrrLaad ...._ 11:61" r. I"
i 1'1.0!. > Hepub1 for smart afternoon costumes. It l looks the smallest since the strike was .naiuuratitl. FAKE roe WF.KE DATA1'enntcoU 11:11" 11:11) ...... Money UtilI! ...... 11:4'1" Il "
-' ( Lilr connft remarkably well when combined with to h ort rarram'ca! >i and retorn tilt 1'1>>1" 11.:1\: ...Hejo'unll\k8prlngL" !:n"
; The other tfbi|>uti.ts f.>r Penacola to Navy Yard and retnrr _. IS 4N lIn" .. no Argyle .._ 1:.. 1:11 '
'MI ticket for chliifsilk in whlrh pink is the pro were. Bituminous toil I'vntaeola to Palmetto Ke acl and reicro lOt .tfJ' 11:61' .. ... .1'one" d" LeOIl .. 7:1\1': I %:1.
the WK-K
... .. .. OJ ?
For dominating color. rroo" ItIO' Weltt'tIle 1:11: 1:11
.0< reproF 6 1.Miti! i tons:: : re1.'. H8.o67! : tons SUNDAY ICBEDCDXWhen I Ii.llot" 10:15' .. .. ..... l'aryvlle...._. TI 1:1" 'I
\\; fQr suit Tux trial size of weather permiti tie running o 1\\.1" 1111' .. ........... Honlhy_. ...._. 'IM I'U ,.
CK.Mwin.: urv the llraip lU.l.lon. open cOl>ch.-, !i,, fIIJI' 10f1" _.... I hlple ..... 11:81 I\c "
N. B. Sprafl- Ily'Cream I;.tlm ; enough to convince that I LeaVt feneacoli Lv Fort K4rr aoi' ":$) I. Ullf" .". n .-Cottoudale.. 11:1" 12:1\'t nook
e, K. M. Lathro The niot singular Instance sam. 10 I. m. 1\0" 1IJi" .. .. ..Marianna. ..nn" 5:111 UU "
that it i< the )rreate-t of I _._ '
you of a robin's fearlessness nl..m, I> m. 1:1): IL4. t'yprrs ".M 11:65 1m7fl"
v Towler anda ine'die' fir tuinal catarrh or cold in havtknown instinct whiel.SIIIIH' Ip.m 1p.m.ip.m U:"' "' ......(:rand Itiddt ..... .". I 5)12 1l:5 "
and Sprat was the kind of military 1 p. m.I I 1fo1"' 11"0 noon" 1"11"1. 5I 1-:60'
the head. Full size [,(1 cent. All .. .. '" ..' "
l ltd a air M make I :t' I"I: Arrive .Rl"'" )IICtlOI1 .Isar 'II" fowl
o | 5 m p.m.4pm
,rears u1; p.
I' :;!ts. The dru. ,h.V.. mail it.
}" P a .
Hie back of n tanret:: at
their iu-it nt
> 1 'iaore to oar ELY ItKon.;: 5t Warren Street, Cp.m. ftp.m.
It was+ in th,' shootinj: Tp.m.
New York. Alilershot. Ip.m.
.\ .::1 1 .ill lionori -
1";3 fecundtri et, Albany N \'. rnnpof the Fourth bartulion of the i raarcapcsnar

.u_ I M.jrEi v Blto-l .-ulft>r.d''I :-i\; : rirl..... .;IIIt} the colonel I of tin- t'enllaol&lard and to retarc art bimncai_t.avy_ >tfeniacola > '. -

Greatly with catarrh! and tried diller-I r.iUI'I.t: told me of it at tintitn<-. to Falmetic Beaca n4 I
... i In. "?-rive NtxP.i Aftf'T'' r.tarn.--- Hi
rut relnedh Without ellect. The little pair paid not the l lat at- John B. Stetson University

I : troi.i:- -n had," u-inj out. 'mttle ..f your Cream Ualui: I ti-iitioii tn the shots thunilerii.i) : on tlietar. No lr.tvht Pt..daftc.rIt6om 1

t \ \' ill, \ sew, Ky., I fontirl r* lu-f ..lld'J cannot praiet a just at the back of tl.,ir nrst Do Uniict Floricln..JOIIS .
i w nrJ. ''uy feet werh t.- hi.1.:: I 1.-. -uch remedy.Sept..T tiii'il-
F -i. and 1 was ?111 ". l"I:.\ \V ILi.ARI. I TinMil'liers w.rIr..ful not to The Beer roitiiKs: ; I'll It. l'rtI"1I.mUT.1: r.\ii\n. Id1. it. Bean
1 ,I .,1 i-1: .. ilk with them ntnl the .vourir! )Ir"nd
I' pItY-ICIiHl-
hnm.1Jt I'ull'Fcrnt ( ' Orfoln-r I. 1JH)2.T .
i 1 1 ; .ri\e i i- anv'relief l l I -- i li.iteheil! 1 :itd: were Up in 'a.ittv. 1'I That Made )
c @ \\ +" \ FR; $;' "I'lt"TI"- .I.H* lie|) rtiiient or John li I stetson I'liive.-iiity give
A New .1t'FIoI'Y liUtur's TetlnnonMlM. Coriiblll. .
t' fl' ii' pre-i ribed Foley'< :I at""|-\"-,u-' C'OUtlelllllll_ 'o h. .,I'tireenfLL IiIIE.iln.
w II'It !II+ilule a well I I I !.F.AUMiII"'fu1'HI.BAIt! II li-.diplonauftI' <- Law !l'i'part+uralatJohn It.Hn .
T. .dn"rllf the
Lyrrh Philip A s.\il I)nit!,poi 1I11IIt'nf.IIIPn"ClI" l-nn I I-II '-! 'uII't1tiiuIti'I"RSIA'rfN s --irtmit- tile H.>r
\V A. U'Aleiuberte, bur?, N. J., Daily )'t)-t, writes : "II I di. ANNH I tR R r T&N& ij ijI' ; I :; i- ?rt!... I.HW .\nni'jp.--nfii: "fJ t ".'-.niii allntll"rtIee:
medicine -
liver ia ..
have used many kind of medicine- ;I -1'1! J'li; ': :- ,' t'.i-! Lan'[' pattlllvitt.t.i'tr.: \ '
for cough and cold- iu my family j :appointment, but you don't want t- AI.IIKKI J. FA IIAII. Ui-.tii of Law D"Ittrtnn'lit.

r ? to linn, IMIo.l.e but never anything round 8''* Fos 1 pars'trainuud break the ;xhmi-: !).- La;id. Fla.
thetomach aud bowfU. DeVitt'LittIt .
: .i in.niy New ley'Honny 1 and Tar. )- CItIlI1"t -ay -
" '- .> much! in prtit of it." W. Early) Ki-er* never disappointTliey : .
l 'a 'Hud. in Milli tj Ualenihert-:: I I 6. P.tlaf"s.: A'I. cleau'-H the-sy-t-m of :all poi-m" : VICTORIA Tulane University of Louisiana.
: : 1\I"'r" great ;and putrid matter and do it poirentlythat .
-- --- --
i' V"" \ ark bee HIM* I the plt-a-ant e1Tt.ct-.
: one enjoy 1.\1/1' HV ACMK r.lK\Vi.\iCO: Nov Oi lontt.r.
Tf wish the best I .
41 M li.-i\i: I--MT you rcry They are a toll!* to the liver. (.ur'

r 1 fat' U.ule l'St \ tit! ,. ice 'ream freezer at the i'ery \ l'ill'U..UPtorpid; liver and pr"v"I.t lll :...r lo-('I1T ItOTTI.K; HKiu: :

'.1! 'I. one nf tin.i. I lowest price the Willis fever lIar?!*' Plinrmacy: J"l nlieppard. IN TOWN.DANNHEISSER. EDWIN A. ALDI-RMAN: LL.D., President.

L i. rt'ii. u' .I'w'o! |,11I"1l Hardware Co. :> --, kidney-- liahn-- -_- BROS.A'.KNTS t all ('Ol1r...l.Bii8i4ji.Hii+I'\I'i'i. t IIglll! -..rl1l1(. Law. :Mfdlrinw.I'bsrmacy, art
MM. I.III'W+ can pleasel! 1"'Ut..parat... Depnrlniinlit >-ii Kuildin-. KtteiiilM* I.ILrarirIaboratortet
\ lilll\
I KOI: 1'.' 1:1: MOMA: .
< .. ,. M-aitiil '-utf.uwameulatbeNrwcumbl'oilrge.
: Ki>K THE CELEBRATED Workilmpi. : I..p..rtm
othVe! 1.11 Jf !
J ::r. it : ynu. .
i ) "...1\ lplrtl..I1., 11'1't '. -- Dr. J. C. Ui-hnp of Anew.> Mich. I I,1 f, Earner Me! ?. m Ib.Tulan.outh. m :Ui Kiiliiy-i: l-ail-r-in nil.t'jrtori voiMtmiiv...n'utt..nh It tacdtitwfortn.trurtlon la-t SX..IUD. :Many ar., uniarpa.cbuiar.blps.
l U't. III thexi' 1 1:1' I. -:ay"I: have tied Foley' Honej in tliem-wlenilcdi-pirtiii'-iit 0' 11 tu houiimna 00)';. Esp: "nte. uf ....0Iar..lIl!) Ito<1"nlI
.srw'o'''''''o :and Tar in three evere case ol f Main Hou-e-1)1 :;. Palafox street.K.R. I Hi:,fllr ...-!i101l. Boar and: I'l'Um.; inil'irimturl.-- low ratu IIpllfrtunIUel.orl..11
r ''I' linie< I orn M u i '.j.jf 1 1ix slurtxnt* fur If-li-lp Intb..Acad.noel'el.gwtxtyifpr.periypriparrd
with resultin aciilt-mie
pneumonia good everj F.x hau'H-Opp. Union DepotP. ', iri.wl bunt ma'ulity to Neat .
f for vh.1 M 't.Ilu" titute-. \\'. Al i tor Guns4"work w.ll away pay tuition. sitou btgiubuctotwr
k1'tI" If You HaveRheumatism ::1"". CPfu-e -ub" O. Box 2?J. l'eu"aeoh, I !Ht. Send for Catalogue.
I .' 11II'.y at l Ab-mberte 12! S. Palafox. Phoue" Ilfl.2e!. Addreso, It. K. BKUr'''', ''cretary.
, liuiUhii--:: tI'ro'J !!

rotors \\ho-e >. \ celebrated
Try one of our ---

J { ! Steele..r tt'p4"I: ,II nii.i + H. {5' S. Felt .;1[alt resses. : -WE WILL-@

1 :II the rust std'! ...... They never pack or ;roof'I

; ,I'iel-: URIGSOL QBBflHHBBS th en'irst'.l rpat tastedI ''Rl.forn.a and lumpy.mattress Bettcl'at half than the a price.hail: CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS.

iliH! piiiil tlieniie 1.11111 I
: :;: I Kon.eiy: will cure

my 111'-:: 1 hlaJ.ler d.wases al. cures caustil ann Kidney#ii t-s and uf Marston $ (!U llll. at and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of

,-ted that I .id h :
: n ai '' It never fats ajul n'.ds npht
..:. -." writf'1.: 'lesltl' "nd 'trei :tJ. uh..t' Ki.nn it j I I The finest line oi umbrella*; in tin i-Fall Goods:+---
..., farbo.kdwonderful&r, it J. I. t fittpt.enGo loot
1: I "I! took tn ..itIbyician P \ tam; city I i- >
bottle For paltrn
with tifioa'es Price fl per at t IIf m.
; If irutUt: can t. t
I thentarted t" 1 supply it will your tent pnpai-1 Upt'll I DANCE A1MAGNOLIA "s doz: Men' Ljundned: 'llln:;, 63 pair Ludif-i Sprui' Heel r' hfin, Oft: your boys radv for school!

'.' lUlU Tar and my i r lelpt..f pncc. AJJre.. CONCERT AND regular |1, to close at 75c. regular U 1 ;rood-
bullet.ulv.iticul HH'FFTHl KSDANIGHT. \ I'\ir. L* Hoys', Suit, regular price, U.OO
and aa i
) Uricsol Chemical Co., Los ftngelesCal, TRAINS ATh.oI.! ..- AN!) 17 doz Men'Colored Laundried I' to close at 7:1c; suit.e. .
I ;; -hurt-., regular75c: to close at r.>. air Low Cut all er;=
lee W.wl uit"
or HI)" regular price
' '
. \V. A. D'Alem- 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS Ali rfular ..l.2", g'Id-, to close at #lsiIk'
Co Atlanta Ga. Men' Colored Laundried I an'd U. 5. to clo..e at U.l !!ult.
.f! \ Lamar &. P.3nltin l Drug i il'bi.! ) TICKETS :25 C'ENTS A T 57; doz pair. I ll120 All-Wool
HiIYI; Mjiu'
close at regular
t Distributing *9& : rpgularoiJC: t'oodQ\
. 'I &' '*''t.'f'11.' .-\ttcniion. DEPOT.I ..ioc : theje goods should go in 24 .6S pair )len' Low Cut shoes, .res-. : price |2 'JO to $3'(;), to close at |1.50

::1 regular meeting! ot hour ular i 1.&) good, to close at ?1.X) ana r.w hilt.pair .

.'! \1 :tictl l Society at : > doz; Men'* French Neck Kalbri: ?' I. We carry thi largest line of I'.oys'
DISEASES Pant carried by house in the
1 Health oftl.cet p'i ginai = at 2"c! regularUndershirt 25(c We carry the 1 I largest Use of IJoys' city. any

'i I l -day, Stpt. i' and 2X fr .. good hoes of any house iu P.nacola.Brinjj All of our Ladle and >Ii=seV

.. -:cuns are cordially Awardeil at Part* of ft d. *> doz Men'* French Neck albrian'IM ;. your boys to u?, we can fit drop-.titct.ed 25c. ho=e, to close at
1. melt UU1 *M uan Undersnirts, at 30c, regular 4Jc, them in any size. 20c. pair.

\V c. DEWBFRY.President.. i I1LUL -old by other* at Sue. We have ju-t received a full line i I lOu doz Mif 1e,' full ;seamless hone, .

ttI' All our dollar line of underwear t<) of Linen and Duck Skirt We will I j to close at f>Jc doz. or i pair for !*>c.

. r. KK: BOLE It I '1w'se at ;'3 c"ut'1- I close at oOc for your choice. Some I ;;5 doz Men' r'eamlp'-I halt hose,
Secretary. of them are worth il.5o. I regular lOc close at 6c
i| f FOLEY'IIIDIEY 72: Pair Ladle*; r prln Heel Low r good, to paIr.
__ I ", I...., Cut Slippers, :2' to 7; rejrufar $1 We carry a full line r.t Skirt fVe have !jut received a full line

I( r il Honey and Tar WINE CORDIAL good. to close; at_lc pair. Look at our window di-pUy. I of L.dleKid Glove in all ebadea.mI. .

,afesure. Vo opiates.your I Hi -fco-nmendiriom for curt ol Poorness mont 7 dun &o.rerntdka Costtslnt
-- y o' Kl )4, Stoirih troubles tnd General DI- *I i I rccofdud by i Remember we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we will have Room
I 1',, n ,:rt 'es-he irrttne.. sireng'hens ,
II t't house n ncruad builis; up tie! entire ijsttm.SI I Bent physicUna u the x :
I I tlllile/eat Lllar. PARIS rat Drnunt i ICwy and Bla&t troubL1! F. E. BRKWNER'S J

/8onellsYJay.' V Feneora.1 Co. ; '1UCI .. .. .... PAI/AFOX
laentt.t.. 10 15; SOUTH BTREET.t ( I
N !l <>r monthly. W. A. D'ALEMBEBTE.









I I. ... .

t4 A.JC.Ot.,. A i ip I-WELSBAGH i JTO-DAY'S I SESSION ; Vigor I i "Stron et! in t thh\\'pti\ llf,I j

) !; S Avers hair. Makes I I I -

+ r STREET LIGHTING ; OF POLICE COURT Restores color. The 42.1 Annuals' ,,,. ,? .,mEnding \PI '
rI ; I)t>lTlllllt'r c iu, ?
I Entered at the Post Office. at fensacola ; I ; Cures dandruff, J.CAYfrCo"LoWfU...... I .1)1 "r

I !1j1{? 11e.eecond-classmatters OrllCE :-Fitf8 Building, flUs South ,I There wreIv<>n caeon the I II I THE 1 [ [EQUITABLE l[

_aUfox_ itreet. np-staira. PENSACOLA CAS CO. MAKES docket btfreh 'lr Jones this 5 -- -- Will S'pik"at Reunion.St. I

i THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. :, morning; and the fines aggregated; I i Joseph Mo.. Sept Telegrams 'i
5 I :,,11750I ,I Alabarra Stzf Dero-rrtic Co'" W ittee ot acceptance have been received by ':, [ ECcilli

i 11 i t r; i j Terms: Invariably in Advance TEST. I I Margaret; William was fined $K() ;: Dec'arcs r' SJlt of Same..Vontsromery. j the committee on arrangements for .

tr One Year by Mail ... .........*5 w I di orderly Ah Sept. .--?: the reunion of ex-confederates, from I' Asset . .
Six Mouths .... .., ..... ....... : Su fir keeping a hou-e. state Democratic executive committee United States Senator Berry, of Arkansas Reserve and ,.: : ,

One Week by Carrier, Payable Monday lu I Andrew McXeally, for fl;htinn; met today ar.d canvassed t1:" it-turns : United States Senator U. F ities . . -

Baylen street, from LaRna downto Jones fined lo. The Cockrell. of Missouri, and "Private"
Mary was $ sent up from the counties of the re-
TELEPHONE NO. 118./ I Allen of Mississippi, to attend SurplusfromwlIt( ;' ,
'i Romana i is now one of the
f just Jones woman was, released. suit of last nec'k's primary flection dends are pathPaidtoPolicyI.
deliver addressesAll .
t I the reunion and to
.l The result in detail follows:
1 was
sectionsof as
j 1 I 7, '" most brilliantly illuminated Geo. Campbell was fined f 10 for assaulting ex-confederates Senators Berry
I For governor.Vilson.. 29. ;18; Gar- !."I|,>I
t1 .+ uNiON lJi 3tL, I the city-and ii is that pure white, Mattie Campbell. : her 154: Cobb. 14,067: Troy. 10.203. and Cockrell having commanded I 1901... ... . aNew
II the andso -- ----- brigades during the war of the rebel- ', .
Orr 4" I soft radiance so easy on eyes Auditor. Sowell. 6S.193.: 'I j Inurance 1'i : ,
I If' I r
will Sept. 10.
lion.: They speak on .
I pleasing to pedestrians.As OVER THE OCEAN I Treasurer Smith. 73.904. Total Insurance

f I Lieutenant! governor, Cunningham. Cruiser' Strikes llbtk. Dec. 31, 1501Notwith'tanduau\ .
PENSAOOLA, SEPT 5, 1902 an illustration of how well and
4 ( : i r+ All attempts at reforesting Sicily talbecause M i i 54.399! ; Walter 26151. New Bedford lass.. Sept. 4. il :

; h l how cheaply they can light: the city of the ilt'struct1adh'ity ol I Secretary of state Heflin. 36,950; Ju.I..n Cruiser Brooklyn which struck a rock cial strength of trio, ;S : a

,. .' MONT PELEE proves as irrepressible with the latest improved Welsbach the goats. | 27.145: Tanner, 12433. in Buzzards bay yesterday left today I greater security w

a,j, R 4. ; I tIe as Mr. Bryan. street light, the Pensacola Gas Two hundred and seventeen lion:5 Superintendent of education Hill: under her own steam The extent ; holder thereby'"; ', .: t. !

1 i have been born at the Dublin zoo dur' i X,393; Harris. :21.S49! : Corey, 19.070; the damage sustained by the vessel, I are LOW and Ul ,117.5, \ .: ;
1. THE beef trust has struck Lisbon. Company agreed to light this terri- lag the last seventy years.A '' Bulger, 12,375.Commissioner. any is not known here. ter than given by :. :

i 4 !" Poor King Carlos had to pawn the tory free for a period of thirty days, plague of locusts! has visited som': of agriculture Poole, j

i crown jewels to get a stake. parts of Tunis. The nomadic tribe!6 68! .z1U. --- ------- --- i
M ; with the view, of course, of inducing; KXOWLES IJ no\
4 i collect and cat them the ;governuit'iil: I There was no nomination for attorney aGeneral 9
,,-'' ; A WARRANT is out forV.. K. VanlUrbilt the city authorities, after they are I distributing salt to make them palata. .
| general and and Garber, as t "-
Jr., for speedup his auto fully satisfied a* to the superiority MA the highest> two will run it over in the EPATICURAi ;

l.t ;' } mobile He auto be arrested., and ecou uny of these lights, to enter ,I Tattooed on the hack of a man wh<5'I' second primary on September 15. ;309 r;. Palafox :S; ) '. ,
has been arrested' for theft in ParIs
--- -- just I
into a contract for their generaluse For superintendent of education Hill I* not a Strong Purtativf. -
t is a jiortrait of the Russian (:ran.I
of Senators
IK the petitions : Quay
'I i i ant Harris will have to run it over CONCERT AMi: I ;
t I and Platt cause a settlement of the in street lighting.The Duke t ions.Constantine showing all his deova In all the other, nominations we-e It doe :all that i- required to MAGNOLIA: I i .

strike by Morgan it is only because lights used; are the imjle-liiht: 1 : made on the first ballot I stiuulite tie! Liverecre- NIGHT. TK\I\- \ '
t I At the present ratio of progress seventy
/ he was ready to settle it anyhow. Welsbach street lamp: which ha !9. LAST TIL\ 111 1\ '
I years will elapse before Pompeii i I I ti.)n* without overworking :
1'ar-on's 1',1111'1" .
: 1 PRE > II EXT KOO-LVELT was' large, steady, untlickering tlame: anda is entirely uiK-o\ered. It is thought, :W. TICKET
( t'. t I that as much of treasure: remains a ." "I want all the world to know I the Liver and B-iwel*. Aa DEPOT.
scratched in a trolley car accident, wide field of illumination. has been exhumed. write Ilev. U. J. Hudlonjr., of Ash- i ,

l aud he in 'y get scratched a;:aiu '' These lights; have now been burning I ; aWI.t* I., "what a thoroughly; pleasant, palatable -- --
While their pupils arc holiday making ,
rpliible medicine I found
: when he runs a.jaint the republican I ;good ana
; two nights-aud hard-test; nights, I from May 1 to Sept. 1 many of tin1' in Electric Bitter-. Thpv cured me SANTA ROSA SUHrBATHINCJSTABL'SHtS

"'I nominating; convention. I I Swiss cantonal schoolmasters round d I I of jaundice and liver troiib f* that '
Laxative IT"
too, for the winds blew and the rain
-- -- --- I eC'1fcl. ': :
Zermatt take situations ia the butclsj i (',w.ellIlIP greatullerin..; for many ;i \
,: ; THE synchronal reports of the down iu but the )j I 1
came torrent, lightssent
i as waiters or iiorters. year*. For a pnultlt'. all-rnund cure I -'

ki i many places iii which murderer I forth u far-reaching: radiance, | At a recent fur 1\1\ in London ai tl-ey excel anything I ever saw.'" eliniinatin..{ 'iI I Fi-h chowder i wHuiid .
j Bartholin Heeen i i is a contradiction I Electric: Hitter- are theiirprie of I .iy evtnii-- i I' ,
Parisian Iff
i purchased the innrkcta
of the u.ltl1ral1.Iw that no body can II unaffected by the weather open all for their wonderful work in Liver. can arraiiirt" .
"" a black 5:i: .'riin fox skin. -ix 1 s Typhoid and Malarial! Germs ,
'I Kidney and :Stomach troublellmt't ". (
I '
be iu two places at the acme time. :Some of these lights; have she inches! pIJi'l for it the sum of :I.I..I, tail to try them. Only ;oOctsatisfaction -. I other during rpfreilintime the:: \I!' -'
-- -- -
: street names painted upon the upper When dressed, it will cost its wears i i" L"iaraiitt ed U\ mv A. from the system nothing can ,Io terms. See man i.
ATLANTA in anxious
is engaged an
and restless search for a name good run of the globe! -a great convenience I! $5,50U.:: D'Aleinberte: :>outh Palafox. reins it. It i* i tonic and Ialtt'ratire | CHAh; i
j Several of the smaller island* olI f r II

t"nol1bb i lor the new elephant. Union I Ii which should! be: generally; ;I, New Zealand are without telegraph! I will repair your watches and it will improve I

-Il'put, elephant and Atlanta are all i I adopted. communication with the mainland. .1 Jewelry ill flrst-cla-js!:! style. J J.tephens. j I OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTi[[ .
call it The substitute has been found in carrier your health beyond your I
{ ;, a--(!ciat'd. ?o Union Depot. All citizen. who are intere-ted in I pipeons. -

1.;, i To end a message by a play 1- mutaiu'uine< expectatiolms.Sold j
progress; are invited to walk up Kay- .
H& ; I -- ---- ----- j costs -5 cents.HORSES Fine oy-ter-1.'da'.,

I '' 1 'j't PKESIUKM KHOSKVELI is growing !; leu street tonight aud examine: these I You Don't Have to by Ail! Tirst-Class DrUggists, \

E 'r'1P j very subtle; iio duds it safer to discuss new lights, then write a brief com I AND HORSEMEN.Greenlino ,

I <' the ancient Monroe doctrine I Drink Boiled Water i FINE STATIONERYC.

!'I ''L 4 J. 0 I and to practi-e throwing bouquets I munication to TuENfcW.expressingtheir : I 2:07i: Is a great green I JEWELER IN HIS :

t ,,: with urn-tic curves than to meddle : opinion of thi system of street i one.Dan ,

e with trutor taritf. I lighting; as compared with the illumination I Cahill's Charlie Hcrr, 2'07: hn, DRINK V. Thouip-\ >:, .
i I Ii lame.Dndv NEW\ STAND
of other streets. Palafox treet. f L -
i if I AFTER the announcement of the I Jiai. "' famous "iri'v new supply of 1 L .'

f ,. result ..f the recent primary the' ghost." is d< ad.Country e .
Paper, white lain l !
I For Over Sixty: Ye-irH > J.. 2KiS! at Ch'.IUltl I himuved: my jewelrytore to
press: 01 our state had very little IF I is : ,.
:1 comment to make. 1 he victora wore MRS WI !tLOW'1! SlKTHI SVKl'P hue lie nod,, iKTCfptiuij, but is said to h he I2J: :South: P.tllfox I formerly occu- I Envelope to mat;
J '
bxcu used lor over sixty by miitlonsol !' lia al. } reign: Mail I .
their laurels modestly and the van years working fast i lamed by : & (;n., :mud am now
4 mothers for tbeir ctllldrcll while.. Uellnunwall !| Alan. 2.1iti i. is n great half: mil.'' better prepared than ever to give'reat velope- to match
tied dcleat gr:1cefllll.1 .. ,
qu p..rr.'cr biiccfts. It sootlit-s the child
t';!''k performer. lIe put in three heat" bait.unin diamondwatche-,1 I Penholders, HI ink '
iiz i ::cot ,0 with our Alabama brethtru ; stlfteus the guin.,Hajs!] all P"lllcur..sIUIo :
I I their has been colic aid Is the best rvnicely for DinrrbucH at Ulean, X. V.. recently iu :HI... ji'Wlry. etc. Call and -*''' me amid: : etc., always on '
although primary : ':1h and 2-11: with ease. Phone 2'il:
I It will relieve the poor little sutTcrtT 1muictlmtcly. let m- convince you.
t1 vver a week now theytill devote a ; Mold by Druggists!( iu every pert Nelly Gay. 2ISS4: : tLe langlit; of j i J. I. STEPHENS.V.i I

lew columns touch day telling how of the ", orld. Twcnty-rnc cents it bottle I'amlico. '.''10. who raced bo veil in I I II

It all happened. He sure you ask for"4 r.. WnihlowVBootliyrup Irs: ), hut \, -_-ut lame, is out aiaiii and[ beer l is th, |h.., i nt 11\ ill ition I ,I ,' See l'fvoiEverybody\ }_
I .
In"' ; ," Bud tak- nn other kind.HUDCIN'S uiniiinu on the Mohawk valleyircuit.., tni to; ,IIH! p..ri "i tit: :' piioiuril l-'or Life. I __ __ .jt

I I CAI"IAINT.1Rt'Lluf; , whoprviwlly in etork.. earth wli re mankind \ ,,IIRS | '. 1 was trmted for t 1rtari byI 'I

e has btu reading the Kentucky PENSAGOLA =Scutt Hudson I ga"eutul."JI Ray.: purity, and y''u will find I good doctor-." writeV.'. A. (beer.McCtnmellville }iai '
of this earti )I.
Cardinal I, conceived tilt pi, u JIM: ;, same pretty stiff work at I>,-troit i iFI..rula piece
Schlitz beer is the neogniztd 0", for Piles and fight for it. Tby 1111. -l ''
of feeding the buds in his neighbor; riH-i'iitlj. One mile! was paced in 2dii.jind :/ ; j ; ..
l chance to it, and t
but when all failed Ruck- : '( get
hood. The birth appear regularly CIGAR ANDTOBACCO : mother in ::.{If;. with the last half pure Leer. & Ccj
Thos. C. Watson
| leu Arlll Salve cured lu
01 <: me two
I in 1 c2. final in o'J: sw-onds. For the Schlitz
for their meal, ju-t like the averagefree quarter fifty years I have some particularly hto f
we--k-. ( JJuruJ'.ruise: ,
ure- -' Cut J
boaider, ana tnauyuttlletlt liavt' < lire of the most Interesting: of recenteveirts agencies have followed I offer ju-t now and
FACTORY eMII". Mil 1'1'-, Eruptions, :Salt; Rh>um. ,
rowu so tame and appreciative tti. t was the sale of Lleata, 2:('"%. white men's conquest- ''you to come and inv '
to Mr James lanky of l'ro\'iolouN', i Pile-.11 no pay. iie at 1V..1. D'Al- You will never nvr. ifO
they eat tri>m the hand of the capt:iiu, oldn
They are twenty .
R. 1.. the owner of l'rillce'rt., :':OUI'20 years emberte'diug ; '
but what we tail to understand 1 i- I i I by Hon. Prank Jones. The heroine 1'if South Africa. d
l where the neitjubors' rinall buys are unavoid ible delay -, 1!'01 was at once shipped t> Hartford. Schlitz beer was famous in '" I Thin weather If, I ,
all day long. l in the receipt of hi- large -tuck CREAT SALE '
Siberia before a railroadS grasv grow. ) m I
of material:, Mr. C. J. Hud?ins, the I" STAGE NOTES. 1'1Vhcn
THE New Orleans cotton exchange I j thought of. / OF CLOTHING, ETC :keen cutting lAiN Ii '

has: given some interestiu.'figures iu : proprietor of Pen.acoli'new cigar 1, Delia/ Fox is to begin her season in Japan and China and Grffsc.t.liearjhillis / '

l their annual: report, just publi-hed. i and tobacco factory, situated in the October. first began to awake, Schht/ r I hav., ju-t bought at a ;great: u.lrJ1II11 Ifartlimr, (I'

They how receipts of cotton at all j' Thiesen" building/ ; on the corner of I Himlin Garland i is said' to l-e at work beer was advertised in theirnewspapers. *,"> IAXtock ot Clothing, bhoeMen -, I1 i
;, United states ports for the jear ofToTlJ.iH Haylen aud Intetidfiicia streets, has : ou a plaj of Colorado life : '- F'urni-Mugs, etc 111 the store !

F : ) bil I..s. agave-t : 2: I.1H commenced the: manufacture of his Mrs. Leslie Carter is domiciled\ atItar Almost as soon as Dew y at 20ii South: Thursday Palafoxtreet, Yo'IIIIJaIJUertd', wnich.beKinninir FRANK SEGARI'S BATH HOi..;

a year, overland to northern mills and : favorite brand. harbor for the summer. 'captured :Manila 21(5: ( (,11'- ?, at -acrdice prices until) all i* gone. ,
Canada lHKi.i0.t: : "Hudtfiiis' 5Cent1and j Lucius Heiid-.Tson has been engagedfor Deep water -" i i indiy. "
against 1,140,2.57;
South Palafox
g ; ;loads of Schlitz were sent Call early at ao : -treet ,
ii Rjouthern cou-uujptiou taken direct': expects later to introduce oth "TLe Pride of Jeanico." Ttuir-dav ;and SK great hargtiuF. ". I'' for white pcompartment ". '.
there. foi I
I '
a Iroui the interior of the cotton belt :< ers. He will alohoitly begin; the Gertrude ('aml'bellhas been engagedI E. HKAWXKR. t nd.lllt.ellt.<--' I I.,
I "The \\'lfnillf the Kill;;." Today Schlitz agencies M,
y Jb97,1ii: against 1,67ti,7.5; ; ; making manufacture of bath house lilt: '
I a verychoice special i' It i is said that Marie Temi-est is to !be dot the globe that when it i is Came :Near' Being u Cripple. I.I | cent I '
of the Tinted :
t the crop States: i i' blend of smoking tobacco, "lisppnsucola I managed ,by Charles I'ruhuiamaai midnight at one it is 110. 111- J<"-Wfstlufer.. of f.'lO rOIJtee.: ('or. Cevali; ", t'' I
for 1tM1I-like' Iu
amount to so,6Ni; l, '
against 1U,343,1221a-t I d 9,46-I: ," to sell at a popular price, i Margaret Drew, u uieee of John ', day at another.:: Iud i- a poor !man !but he say-i h*
'ear:111 I Drew makes her debut next season. wi/uld not be without Chitmbt-rlaiu'- AAAAAAAAbAla ,
41(5 the year before. The mills i f'' compo-ed of well elected Kentucky Frank Moiilanvll play the title role The quality by which Pam Halm if it cost live dollar ,",

i the outh have u-ed up al .ll-t" Dales White Burley and clear clippingMr. -. I I in "The Sultan of Sulu" next season.lUise Schlitz beer has won di,.tinc:- bottle. for -avfd turn from being a
% .t. more than during 1 l9"-! I +lItl and 3401fo I' Hudjins assures" the trade and lattice: and lax Firman have tion has been its absolute cripple equal to No thi-external liniment application tortit! ,and i- HAVE YOU NOTICED!

more than during IN'' I.IlCO! III' con*outer; generally that these been engaged for the support I of Mrs. purity. Every physici.m the swollpii joint-. contracted tJ1u-clt.-, :

s addition to the total of the crop and FisUe.E. world Lacer will ree'omnind stilt neckpram: and rheumatic and WHAT IS MISSED HERE''P1u39Icir
good; are strictly lirt-cla3, and lu' II. Sothern' has muscular It ha alo
southern coa-umptlon.. export? to engatred Miss Jennie : pain- ; i iiiumci.
:5hlit;< /, th- titer that n: i 1 Great liritain amounted to ,{,ait5.2; : : fevl- confident that with an opportunity Kustace to play the tjueen in ''u- ca"eojJf (paitial: I> 1Cal "I-. ;'r y VyW/tI
i! "Hamlet," also Ilu uette in "If 1 Were Milw.iukifunHI-. I' i- Ins sale by all dru .?i-!- and
: b-.le?, a aiust :),t4;.iti2: s last year, a for trial given them they willprove ; Ki'4 ." ;; UleUlLMli dialer-.

i decrease < t :2i,54o; France 74IMv.aKaiiirt7'h.tOl. !
; l. both satisfactory and --- ---
popular.He Do :.11 ", '"It i
Au based y
; opera on Anthony IIordsstory
.>. an wcraa-e: tit 16l.".)<5; littlu .
therefore tuvite a fair trial of i j of "The Heart of the I'rineessOsra" FOR RENT: for Hi";
S continental Kurupi'dU port :2 NJS rtn\ I Steph-n-" ;. tb' .' *
has tern produced' In LondonI
rp a;aiu t 2,715.5'17; au increa-e of 112.6yl : .- the same and challengecompari; I I with FuR RE.VT Tke spacious commod-ttH yAll ',
i success.' ---
; to British North America 122.j6l : : .- son with any other brands of goods The Beer olCivilization gyiiwasium of the Pensa ,

10252'i: : : an increase ol -itnilar character. kinds '
:: against= SHORT STORIES. of
cola Athletic Cluh can be
11:1ThO';: total exports forei.niu- ---- -- rocking chair 'r' ll''

cludiud Jimish North America \\'.tier C'ure Chronic Cont.ti|>aliiiii The total capital invented in railways rented during the season na's. 1'r >

amounted to t>.7>;i.;{ (>il. ajain-t ,- and cabals in Canada is $lll-- \ for fairs, concerts, dan- tj iJu
Tike two cupof hot water half
au low.
., (-I\I.lMJJ,
IlH'rt'a' 121.7W.: Northern etcFor particulars
hour before each meal: and jut before I ces,
mills took during the :: .O t.I.ii-t. Twenty states In this country made ,
year the club t leI
call ai >
to bed al-o or -
going a drink of pig Irou last I IL. \ LAU(
:again l.1 5CiT; .')To; bales au increa-e of jcar as against twentj- THE
t NJ.204.: w Her. hot or cold about two hour. 'I Bear & Co.. Wholesale Agts phulle \ 0, d1. s'tf'I YOU'LL GET

after each meal. Take lot 1m1. I I
: of out- i output of the NewTurk
Pen-aenla. Fla.: from" tt i ,_. R
dour I'ufl'i.e-wtlk.: ride drive. j i state pulp mills is :2f ') tons, or i I Try rUt NKWS Want Column. letter-' .."i- --

: ; :! GREAT ACTIVITY Juke a regular; habit of this and in i I 1 tiou.nearly half! the total American produc- i- .if ti, :

many cases chrome con-tipatiou art ttl" '
t '.
: 1 IN FISH SHIPMENTS may be cured without the u-e of any !;i In the estimation of a South Carolina F. B. BRUCE tune.t... \ .

medicine. When"a purirative i.. n- 'pill't'r the southern people consider 1;'ltI" t. i'::.'
J Robert E. Lee "the glad to i iCoe's.
| figure" of
q'/jr..d take something mild and

s t t r '."'.,! ThE'reIra" unu-ual ac'ivity: the a gentle: d Liver like Tablet ChauiberUmV; *. For sale Stomach by : all |I]i the"mo The war>t tjpical"and Jefferson of the lost Davis cause.the figure tv rJ\AlD\ !ia tls\ Mm i ad AlMii\ Ik!u BIIII" lYOU'LL t ".

Cfh house of E. K Sauuders & (o. Kinky naouutaiii lUlu-t. or ;grass'
a ,': dru 1 ,
; the* morning: and the entire force i I" Ivonh BE
I of of Kan-.ts
,: crops Missouri,
I 1 i buy packing and shipping fish the' I, dJl'.I.I.1 and Iowa and 'ue indirect Guns, Ammunition Fishing Tackle, Bicycle and .

3 1 shipment* by express bein. thai Your Liver lo>s was I'rol'! as much more. Bicycle Sundries, Edison Phonograph and Music. iu her tnlll.! 1

A "' I in remit experiments !th a tub- witti ti!,- -t.: a,
: ?I beaviet of anther- one day thi Wi. b e roawl to its natnral duties | merged; bell for signaling t ships from Hammond and Other Typewriter*. Typewriter 'uprli ". All Kind of <: book- arteasily ;,n 1' '
and your tliIOUSllf:5S. headache and dar.erous Lock and Key Fittin?. r'i '
coasts Repairing,
s r yesr. an eig t hundred ,
constipation be cured if you take HighGradeHamineileGursKfptforPi"nt.. Bi? Supply 'Jf Fre-hSh*, Tn-kir. '
pound bell!!
The Lettie G. Howard brought in was st-nick ith a fifty .
Hood's Pills pound weisht f.llins!! ; foot. The all at Low Price to buy: '
catch of 2000. the Maud ::.'urling'Jblllind : sounds ...hlrt
startH.-gl: distinct
Palafox Street.
15 South Coe's
Sold by all druggists. 25 cent.
the B. Jo', butter 1,500.) i vessels a mile aWl!. r

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.. fOSHEE,Vice.President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier.
QI'XZOIa9Ti Xl fl It I


fjf-ff (for* and Refinishing Furniture a ,

Specialtf.TPKtono report on the valuable phosphate CARD FROM MAYOR JONES ON I PENSACOLA, FLA.

: -IOC deposits of Florida, by Mr. G. H,.

Eldridge, of the United States Geological THE SUBJECT. Designated Depository of the United States. .

R. K. WHITE, Survey, which is nearing Condensed Statement at the close of business Aug. 21, ltlO' .

Manufacturing Jeweler completion, brings to light a number PEXSACOIA Fla., Sept. 5, 1902.

{yglibmaler. of interesting features of the Florida RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. t
To the Public : In view of an article -
and Graduate Optician, I Bill Receivable .. ...... .. .. ... .. . $350.403.19 Capital Stock. .. .. .... ... .. .. ...... .. .. $200.00000
phosphate bed published in the Pensacola Demand Loans. ... .... .... ... .. .. V.}7274; Surplus Fund.. .. ... ... .... ... .. .. .... 1000000

P.-Iuola. Fte ... .. .. .. ...... .. .. .. .. ... ... .... 469. .. .. .. .
I IS ,oath P Utoi: St, I Ip. A basement rock of Eocene age, at Press of date Sept. 3d, 1902, of what Overdrafts. \ M Undivided Profits ... ... .. .. ... 10.212.M
U. S. Bonds and Premium.. .. .. .... ... .. le+>7.171.M7 Circulation.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .... ... .... .(.,...
least 1,000 feet in thickness, was discovered purports to be a statement made by Stocks, securites, etc.... ... ... .. . ... 2.6l5'(1Dero it* ...... ...... ........-............... 8W.463.71
.- I buried under limestones, I Furniture and Fixtures ... ...... .. .. .... .. 6.71M8 .
the chairman of committee
the special i [. R. Stamps! .. ...... .. .. .. ... .. .. ...... b!' M .

NOTESi,) !r marls clays and sandstones: of later I appointed by me to investigate I CasD and Exchange.... .. ..... .. .. ..... Io3.256.70;

JEWS date. The phosphate beds are foundto I the condition of the reservoirs standpipe I -710.705-* 60 1710,706.6

i lie in a parallel with the Gull etc., of the Pensacola Water I

/_ I coast and from 16 to 20 miles inland. Company I desire to state that said I II 4 PER CENT I INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.

.ctioouer Clara Barton. Capt. Here the limestones. and perhapssome I statement was wholly unauthorized -- -

A ;"lirux arrived this morning of the marls have been alter- by said committee and for fear that a52525252.5'2S2..c22S25252 5J
i irdt-nas Cuba: : t ed to phosphate: and broken down the public will be mislead, I again L a

\ Vi' i-'imes from Flomaton that a I into a ma-s of bowlder-like rocks imbedded I suggest that all water used for drink- I . J m .Ie1.

: of prisoners broke jail there I in clays and sand. Thf'yare i ling purposes 6e thoroughly boiled\ ItHlW-
A : -lay : escaped. "
locally known as "hard rock, and : beforeuing. until further notified by SPECIALt

miss the excurMOii on the I carry from ..0 to biJ per cent of phosphate the city health officer. L1

; -,. Sunday afternoon. Coat of lime.Another I . rn + I I. .1.1..........1.1...1S .
Respectfully \
.tfox wharf at 2 ::1U. i
i' ti JoxES
I form of occurrence which I C. L : ;
reproduction of the S25 SZS25ZZ252525252-
Jef-I 1 the phosphate takes i is a series uf Mayor.:
-iinmons i fight :it the opera I ,

: .,ie night:; of Sept: 9. Se.rly. I, pebbles, probably derived from the I NOTES OF NOTABLES. Ready=Made Sheets and Pillow Cases !

:- .. I hard rock and found iu old dried
I John Mahin of Muwatine, la., has
n.uieut; launch Col. Men- ': out 1'1Rooni and along river channels ;, blew editor of the Mu (itine Juurnall THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

iu.up to Palifox wharf I ) in the form of bars. Their! pro for lifty years.j <* # w r -t

...' to have some minor :, portion of pho-plnte: amounts to I j l'rim't'tll'11J1'rt.. third son of the I

: .' t" ner engine. : 1 kaiser, his opened a Louse of his own BOARDINGNOUSES I AND HOTEL KEEPERS, .c < <
I! from 02 to 75; per cent. HOTELS fc
I| -Kt-iaIly| I'tiilt for him at Kid. The! :' HARVKST OF I'M'STAL VAl.l'Kthat await Hale: ;
French took down a I a your reaping. : n TIME
: il The report will also include a map 1
lad is fifteen years old. i iI i of which will not alill.; s.ion. D'.u't do .
doors, plates, etc. MONEY-the like appear yourself an inm-tice netrlpctiug. ; suetopportututy.
,1\ 11.m which will how in some detail the Marshall Hold of Chir-am i is heading; :'
TIP! I'.RAXIami I'ALITIKS of both Sheetand Cae* are known from Atlantic to Pacificthe
: lI-ed ou tbe new magmult I a ino\'einent to colonize the unlllt'rlt''s
position and extent of the phosphate ;! Standard of Excpll..IH'o'11 Snept- have gpnerou= three III. !1 'nl-.
at Fort Pickeus. I:! i abandoned farms In New nnjrl.ui'l with
bpd and other interesting" Jel.lllic! ( '1
farmers lUll 1 mechanics from the old

.'' 'ti-'i.! !Fish frum Cu.the are Miucks.nd today ': features. The preparation of this: I urld. SHEETS SHEETS PILLOW GASES PilLOW CASES !

Win. Warren. The :i map involved unusual diilicultie=. I The far smallest is Lnowri.woman is rhujUita in the; woiM.whoa I IHCH. .. . .. .HxIKI. .. . . .i.H cent= each!l [ATCHLE.: . . 9 cents each

..1 I (n and the latter l,Ku.i ) ,.: owiu? to the heavy mantle of recent i: \\: barn as at Matanzns! Culia. in 1''X). I ORWOOD . . --'x'ill.. . . .Bo_ (PIItPa('.I.1 :1""U\r()\.\ftH..J' . . . . t-'.,tl';,''.;).... ... .. I.11Il"mt"l'l\ch! \'l1t each

'i, irrived yesterday: wih.sands;;, which covers areaof great I:, She is twenty-fcix inches in height and : DEFENDER .. .. . .ix.\.h\ ) cents each tOI'WOOD. . ,xii4;. . . :' .. .. each

I extent. weighs eighteen pomiiK. I\ORWODD! . . .!Nixisl'! . . .i5cents each IEFf.l'E. . 4-.xt:: ;. . :!I11'f'ut..eaeh \

Freeman, who saved the
--- -- -- Captain '

\ ,.?wa-niends ored by of a Mrs.cow M.outieet I'''rill t <' Favors a Texan."Having steamer K
; di-tre-sins pains in head the 1''Cl'lit'olcmic eruption at
:. yesterday, will be back andtomach, and being; with St. I'it-rre, was recently presented with

.trii that she is resting : nut appetite. I be/an: to use Dr.. a silver modal: by the Liverpool Shipwreck 10-4 Dover Sheeting' y 10-4 Pepperell Sheeting )91) I
New Life Pills W. P. I c'lr,1 I. () ')
x .1).,y duel that the wound I Whitehead I King's of Kennedale.write Tex and and Humane society.John Unbleached Unbleached '2 U .'ar'\

"'1-. r.udn.-i. a citizen of Polish birth
I Loon felt a new man.
-tomach and liver troubles living at (:lrlhorol1h.: Ulster county
in :
booming at Nick : 46-inch Bleached Pepperell l\vj
-- Only J.Jc at D'Alemberte'n drug X. Y.. ha just !become the happy o Forbes & B
I J Forbes
and is W. J. D. .
-jurant growingit
: store." father of his twentj-first child a 1 .< casing, 12c yard. .< ;

: the ;genial proprietor I Unim-ini lay weighing sixteen pounds. j -
:r: iieteary to have Ins All i>f tilt fiiildreii are living. ---- -- -- --

_, Work ou the ad- : PRESIDENT SMITH who
d. Uiulnlpli \rutwuu of New York '
If Y" a guy Them at the B."ttlu11,1': :Store, They are Good !
'- jiiu: tod.iy.i recently gave the sultan of Moroivo THE WEATHER

AGAIN AT FLORAL his first les-Min on tbe jimno has beenpresented

't i ammunition was sent .I I liy his royal pupil with amagnificent I 1 Biggest Shoe Sale of the Season !

f lurraucas: yesterday onnerul --- Moorish swnnj, hamltouiely I

French. It.. and of rt:1t'a'p.. TODAY\ ,
I jeweled ;:
Fl.<>K\I.A, Ala., Sept. t.-Pr.i, t j I NO OLD i SECOND: HAND I STOCK: I IN TillS.ALB.ALL .
,veil that this ammti- Governor Cummins of Iowa is one CI.E.XEW.: FREiAIIPRI'Eti flT TO >,

led in the mimic war I i Milton 11. MUUti and General ;Manager j of tho best authorities in that stated li>ciil hi "II'I- tllr: tun:-tIt uld! :Siitur LOWEST: \OICH.I .

this for(>!otf '. He has mastered the I Here are ome price-- :
and army here Evan-s of the Louisville ; I upon ) da) Meth ::orlI.It.1 III..a.tIIHI.
Mibjiit thoroughly: bavin? originally I Lidii'Oxford. in Ideal Kid-Patent LJ.awrwd.ic'llidl.! l ,
: Nu-hvill road were here tins wee k.1 i taken It up some years ago as an in Last 21 Hours: ., new thi ,-ear'-, styleand sold for |H, during tin- .alr] $<1.10
Temperature '
No. fo. Knights: of train and tin! I All our Lidie: Oxford and Colonials in IdeuHii'l.udPit I..
i. Ide III -pecial inspected amusement and bavin; stuck to it ever ,.
... drgfrr b'
E. Maximum .... TJdrurer : and Vici Kid. which sold all -"a-on at $2 50, at tinstle for ?: 7,",.
install Prof. II. "Iu, .
-ite for their propo-ed depot whist:1 I Minimum Our Ltdietf: Oxford* in alli ape-, Patent Leatb-r tip. stock tip,
.- tiatictllor commander: at I I ..lames. O::den. a Xew York banker. i heavy and Ii.rhtolt-. now $1 4s.TheH .
about a HOCK and a half couth oj I r Temperature Elsewhere: i
:"ui;.:bt, after which they who !lives at Morristow X. J.. will MAI. MmI i are only a f>-\tof hi- in,my -peci il prici- wire nITerin! Ceinf
., chowder. Members the wholesale building.i present a new clnirth buildtn; to tie and be C'Hivinc,.'l t!It 1 tale! lJ"-t place t" buy I hl i ii-*'la: -- [ for the
i ,11 .... ...... .... 'f '4 lea-t
AtlantaOnctannti atBoston
: l'\'Unaii lodges; are c.mii.ll- After pendin several hours hen! congregation of the Presbyterian I HImHck.; ..... . .1" t'Chtcegu ni"i" y i- --- - -_-_
church of Chatham. X. J.. ':IS a m.'- ..... ..... ... ... till 1- !
i >-J to :ttteud.Uieco the party by private conveyanci, |; .. ..... .. 7:! :SJi
) I mortal In his fathervlio pn-aclied In /iatrCSOf..w.-.. ... ... ... .- H 7'
a fruit dealer near the for Opp from which point the L. .', 1 the |lr..vent church for fifty years. HuronInekionvillt .. .. .. .. .... 7. :.,' Shoe Store
... ;
ii d.-t.> was up todiy on n \. extension i; to be built to thi:i; Tbe ar'luls| of I'.ute. who recently "HoII.a lolly m. I'K) 7"
u.e ?( .ib-tructmg the :.sidewalki i, came into his title is. aceordinz to the Key;: w.t ;;.;:'
i ," I 1-I-t"'lltiy putting out water town. Montreal Star, amour: other things; a Mf Iohll"I inpb:. ;' \.\.1'1'111\. 1')1111:1111at: :!:. I'wlll.i..e.. ...
Mr.( liryau, a popular hotel inai I ;i baronet of Note: Si-otiu. There I is one Moiitgomtry.NIW ;I
itelon-, !trim, etc., after: warning '.: ;"
be- : from Elba, i; here and plan are be. feature that all now holding: this till- :'.w \"rl..lul-.orkaVHIlllHll ;. ",1 1 Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street.
wa- told not to appear again;
i, hat a in 1'01II1II01l-1I01lt' owns or ever did 71
the court and sentence Wlu.->. lug: formulated to build a bi,: hotel. :-I. l.ouis ;!
own an acre in Nova Scotia and few I
UidI I Col. J. E. Hughes heading the ll;t ut f ,;1 ever I'llthl' country. :

I I' Oad-den Steet Mcthodi-l :stockholders. Miss taunt Bijji-low, daughter of the MARITIME. .
: late John Ui dl'w. for ears Ku
,'t'! will run two excursions tI.I 1 I Capt. Eric Von AxcUon, genera 11 maiij > .V lrhonl nt I'harulaeyudulird' bl i I'barnlarl5r"
ropean ill in nrial agent: of the l'lIit..1r I
I it> :saving; Station tod)', out I ': laud wmnniioner of the Yellov I 1 States! 'I'I'I'IIIIH'r.t.:1" r.'cent'y mar -- i ""'III. '>' on.r-, -nt t Lcturewith".rKI-t'y u-i- .I.-IIDI' ', n, |I'll \ \tcum\ -
\u Itt and the other 7W:\ p. mhuienti ISTin H"T\| \ finsiul IH,'t and :MtlhCIlhltll A \11I1"IH ,'PIU."t' .,nnio1i ,-
: 'River Railroad Company H her e rid to e\-Senatnr ,teph" Wallace T\POKTS ..... ,.,', ..
will[) be served. Kurt ,, I>"rOI'Y Arkansas.. I\-:>cuator 1)nr For :S"II'lIIh..r to dill" < ,sun b" diu-I.t: : 1 .rifill rand77r111t''rkLRA\Ml.h.
carwill be i inj joking around. It is>le thaI t ,
,.aStreet 1 i !Ol'i.i i. abut shtr"C'3rs old and is his ,

.in return of tie! bo-it.: I' he may move the Laurel Hill (!azptte J.r'itho's !senior by: more than a score of \ lWtJ'C..r 'TO'! THE PATRONS OF I
ks i+cotLa. ID.II I If III1..r.iI'''' 1 urk hill '
Florala atoc k Jl' l I! TrllI..10 Hotel Camden
.. to provided : .
(1' iiian Hoiieyuioon wa.Utl' : -- .\m is lV.g1eilB, li"%', LecbTanlpico. t('j PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. I II

I li.i-Mii: OperaCompaiij: company can be orsatiied.RPV. BANNER SALVE. Uu.T; rttii-lt Co ,
( '\\lItf\: : \1.\1\\1.\:
",it and it wa-> greatly enjoyed I J.1'.Mapoles, of the Floral:1 AT ur.'K STISB.Sor .
he most healing ssiva in thf worir i
who atteuded. The bill fill -tup \m..rI'I1'I ., Ojlrtsen. Cap" with Public
New-, idoing i a splendid bumeiwith Tht.r'lIcll'.1 Is Now
Tow u to I'ensrtoola Lumber Co I Open to the Public
will b'- 1'rovatore.. Attlu Cleaning ladies skirts and waist* I''School No. 1 from thi- dite until ,

Min.irrow Faulkaill bt; ,, hi' paper. is one of err specialties. Star LinuIry. <(u.t.p ''October 1. between tip hour. i-f !, 'IIb: r tf-e rrJ'lIl"-U1..nt 'if
Mr=. A. Darman, : and her -souEuzene Uobert". Ursenock I
bill for Saturday uighl t Ir.> PortUKAtrtc
i Me .
and 11). ta., for the purpose of
Hr.til.IIIQor., Jones, i ueeniboro vl 1 1 Ia. ui. '
\111 tlil. closing the engage.; ,, D'irmau. of Mobile are her,e Mohll' examining! aud flaiftyinhew: MRS. S. MIMS

vi.lUnIrs./ Dorian's dauhtt:1I CLOTHING AT CLKAKKll. i pupil, and such old pnpiN who failF ,
'i' be promoted a* ire fiitiMeil to
Andrews: : ? Buoy i is informec I Mr*. Dr. Trammell. Br ", City of tioucrctrr.1773. Milbara. h ed to IIf I'fcii-orula, Florida.KATIES .
Gulf fran-lt To lor Havre Tin re-exiniiii'ition.
: ;'ire-eutitive of the new LESS THAN COSIISerininip a IS'4:. tons phoplmt rock. irt" t> I Is i 1 : Attention i called .. ;.,.- f"llowtu.;
Bin For pimple*, blotche*. bid complesion. : : ,,"n tnnbi-r, :"'.'" It lumber, VHIUH $17, I = I I RKASO.N'AIJLI; ;
-.I and :St. Andrews .' rtfJUlr"Jnent : ;,
I. I
Company is now in.-pect. Hood"- :-iripinllt: i. th p New pupild' siring to miter anytirade

i' I' medicine to t ike-it h.i* establi-he II Thor*d.l1 will olln SmPPING.IS I will be requirrtd t 1 pa-= ex- Iy! the Day, Week ..Mouth; .
: 11 ve--eU that for =ale at 2i IWJ Soath'l'iltf.ix: tree amiuition in all -tuii.: of the :arralci

:1 l I.:.' company, for :!.I", :au(I tit 1- tactAN *"..'''I\J worth of Clothing.; !fhue, -, TOUT i below with an average; of nut le-- Table Furni-hi-d with, '! the JJe-t the
...uiul to an-wt-r the pur M-n'i Furnishings ptc.. at just whal \ than 75 Market Afford

will buy it and the ruin. UPTODATECARRIACEREPOSITORY tt".y will bring. Greatest bargain-: tr \U>/list 1.1111.)111.IkiMllll';.':..;. ltol.r... t,J I fupuwho were prevented forreason Public Patronage Solicited.i
ever oifered here. o satisfactory: to the principal ; .
IKbe t-tabli-htd. F. E. KUAWNEU.NAVAL. Hr Hurho Lank 1-.17. Slilklcton, to Sullvau from tikinrf i the final examination i
- I'o i Sample II joins.
j la-t Mtywill; be imintcl under the
of Ioucetrr "1.r!, Milbcrn.l?
SAY EXCURSION SIOKKJt!! MAIINFB.Itepurte'd Itt 'lty Traa-itCo i ?ame coiiditiou as new pupil-.
Gulf Sunday UtteMade; to Traveling
Kr ('airn'-'fe. Ii"'.'. Hewlk o"!8 L' o Pupil-'ho failed in not inure than i Men.
NEXT SUNDAY hills for The Nnwt h;l Kr Forest lair. -"-)j.. I'lMKham, to W ]L I oneuly iu th.. May; examination I,

The bur; sale-room South t'-,lah.x Union Nasal Stored Co \Vltticti Kotbrrfleld* 1'0Br IMt. Chandler to Ou If wi'l' be re-ix'unued in that study

K08IS.VW Transit ("o and will be rnjuired to make not.1 CONCERT
formerly occupied by the Hr.Ii..ld.. 1\>.''''. l'.I\II. to I,* V Ky AND DANCE AT
-' am-r Euterpri-e will take -treet .. .... H 'S H .. II'i 17.7atndalltouul1Tra.I-I! le-" than so ?
'-'- to the Life :Sivnu Lf'\ '-Pllu Company are beiu remodeled WU ... '-. U; I :n'I sit KrM Co I| The exaiiiiuati-.u? will be eel] act j I: KLL'FKTHUJliDAYNIGHT.

=sued iy, |le'tvug PlllfoX:! .. .. .. .. X *i KM .' 1 :N Br Trsula } ri and fitted up foa tlr-t- .... .. irysrr.t. l'o 1 (!rad< 5. 19. 1.AT
.IV -' :iill' p. Ui. Suit batluunn < : .. ... .. Hi E. lY'2 Monday j TRAIN RETURNS AT

..' : "-! .-uts ou tile beach. class carriage repo-itory which will K ....._......... S 4S I) .. ._ ........ 1 ::;:1, HIFS.Km I Tue-day (Jrade <5. II :5... TICKETS X {'E'fAT
I'eltts. 'I I I..... ..... .._..._..... 1w t Di'low .. .. 1 : :.- Kndytuion: Fellcrsln, to Baarlunwudv.tco 8. WedaedayGrade 7. I DEPOT.
J. E. HEED, be opened soon by Ben D. Beer:*. tlPl&ITI TUBPIII'ITJlIB-: Mor >or.-g. 1.c<\1. HJornien, to order Thursdays: Grade S.!

Manager.! \I Mr. Beer ha bought out the w-t-i! --- KAKU4Ku I FridaY/Grades and 10.
-.-- The finest line of umbrella* in th e I '? \u-trali. :4 ii, 'f\ltl'r.ton., to order Pupils mu-t provide theniitlve-I' mattr.., "- for the

ZANZETTI : you and carriage bu-ine's of Win. city i is at J. I. rftepaen-'. Go loo]t It Nor Hice.hnr"'T rr-74..inhn'. Ulep>e. to -li on.toordrr rodl A Co :with peas. pencil at the room and formerly piper and occupied ... Tn e H!\1\t 0 p"l u\1."' J.VI'r 'toll tlHe.J .
| mu-t report l'rr'Jr.
Johnson & Son and will add an immense at them. Nor Sigurd. lu:'oint-rnd: to H H Boy: '-r
---- -- by Mi=-i Cook, m the ba-e

1IU IJUYL IIol'. I new stock of fine carriages; ben for th e i I Garden hose at the Willi,5 merit not later than It o'clock 011. f3TOItI.d t

ti rile Tent at Hilt !, butrities.. phaeton, wagons harness. il l Idtti re sseSThe M.ever Pryor's*old hers Fur'", Hardware Co's. I' 2=ept-lw HARRY GKAHAM.Principal.i &arrtte ltiVt0l.Hallatta4K' ; 1i
i tue
.;...fully read the band- of : etc., which as an exclusive dtaler. uiture Store. 1 : -- #+ # _
Crab' nets and dish inj II
i "I i Thos. C. Watson & Co.. .
!1- >f Pensacol.V* mo-t prom- he ell[) at cheaper: prices than '
can For a bad taste iu the mouth tak, I tackle to suit everybody ate\ the leading Real E-tate Agents tak: -
: ,/11". and titled: by them ever before offered here. Stomach and Live j ,
Chamberlain's 1
off the shoulders of thi
all the worry b fillr in
: ;.Jed to remain five days I Ithat -- --- Tablet. For sale by all druggist; ; the Willis Hardware Co'.' Oave loney >/ I
t All kind! of Furni and medicine dealer. (I owners of property, manage thij j il furni-
other have your
,.:-H- unfolded. may At P rVor S Sture at eroomcf? : OhsTf Six i. I j renting of their hon-e and the colt ,. !\\tureatMarston $ Quinn'sGreat
i ii.ey i make r
I l-Ul-lllclllMl IttMMIlo.
Been tht eta lad It Hare A wars B:.! | lection of their rents: a? conscien- I
--- -
: > bick if Zinzettf stock.TrytheNEWP. : Furniture
new TORRENT-urontroom; fUrDIIt'd r:;I. ieLltLnt. I tionsly a? they would themselves! EmpoJ -
'Iimt privcorrect.. I- M.. .\. Beckwitli JU North Barclonstreet Is-Iw ,a I' Ihfir charges are very reasonable. rium. 1
near rtgory J
;J ,;t. I Want Column. I I 1JJI







THE ADVANTAGE OF A i l,I MARITIME CHARGES :' EC ZCM 1R the is cr due srstr other to th::.:;.i r: .


I way into the blood, and are forced by thecin-uliti-r.! thr"a. :. :

1 1I I and pores of the skin, causing it to ')urn !hke t".rc. an.i ::

I Or1lnal.l! itching allows no rest night or day. F.7tnu r.fji.irs; in .t '

I I Cuts: lrwol'lti! aIr)' pretty girl!. Tuw.\1.E T.\Rln's-Free. or un- different forms, beginning frequently .1S a nitre ref!! .sstf :.

;or woud'nave! I ceil had aLe tit Leon contracted for, vessels: i! lowed by little blisters or pin.ples, from which! a cK-ar! or -"
Iii0fuiMMY t I I lU.1ttl.r""zt: forinffi"t
rocs Q I'll She did not b.aothat Round towage (tin and out auJ two :
SALT RHEUM or scab ; tbs i is W'.l : .
the trouble could be corrected tiud suf-
harbor moves), i3c. per ton. This c.mmonhcalk.l ti.11t K.

I r it. j Bottled only at the Brewery. I I f.-red the LIII.1lln her Leaiit.with. be rate applies whether vessels tows or I acid poisons sometimes dry up the natural 'oils and the s.

I' THE AMERICAN:! BREWING: CO.. I I5t. i "il.iah pntierce. :She would sometmcs hard and dry. often cracking and bleeding and causing int.

l't Louis Mo. I CM one eye. t'vml'times the not. I! fearful itching. This form of Eczema i is known as Tdtl-,

Ir II I i ...ti.r.Uuth! ;;i Vessels not free, or contracted for: !j attacks the hands and feet. Un.i.;!:!' .

: f'4utr SOLII 1\'IIYWIIIm: : :. had three suitors- Mr. San Inward Ballast: Uc. per ton ; I TETTER 'n the shape of pimples and hl.icklu: '

J1 .. tiers, a well to do merchant, Mr. Atwater upon the face neck and shouM.r-! !
:II -- --- an attorney in timid practice, i loaded. 15c.> per ton ; moving in harbor I polluted blond, and this humiliating disease is callo! ,

f GKNKKAL FKKNClt: SCIIKIU'M: : and (; Carter, a fellow BABY .
l'l.rt'; voting; WHEN 3c. per ton remedies afford but scant relief. Thebloilandsysttraivin: ,: -

i with nothing; in his f<>cket and noprospects. 'I' the poison.the disease c.J.nnnt Le reached with \
i) : i following is the schedule; : of the City, to and from ( nuantine.te..
The first two elderly
,1 General French IS COM/PIG A Mm fij E powders or other local applications. S. S s :
government-tKimer fa- ton to and from White Point, .
and unattractive. was I per ; deteriorated blood to its normal condition '
') l't f which THE NEws print.for the -
j ; benefit of tile tuerehattwu! Flip. \ore t
1 t t their good; to tile various army her mother and Carter !by Ruth herself : Round-Llr'ht. or' through the proper channels. S. S. S. inn(8:

1 poets: blood rich :ind strong and under its tonic and ;

its 'i;; Laves! !'rnacnta .. _. .. .... ..... 7:008. m. "I toll you ma" said Mr. Inwoodto Mother'sFriendW loaded one way, 15c. per ton ; loaded ji ii j rating effects the general health improves, and the

.. .. ... ....
L..lne.I"rr.IIi.! 7AiH m. Lip wife while he was ohl\ big one
soft and smooth
;tl f 'if Lrhv.., i'iekfa .. 1:11' a. m. I i i both ways, 20c. per ton. | skin becomes again.S. .
v; f r el LraPey Barranca.:1:' a. iii.Arnts morning, "Uuth is going; io S. S. contains no minerals but is guar.inu. .'. ; .i- '' <.

.* ) I LP..n'acol. .. .. ... ...luI;) ... JU. water. I>!id you notice last exeniti! : dream of beauty an J I :-ite>lmer.-Io\-ing in harbor, 2'ol: | Write us if you need medical advice; t:.:> wt;: '.
nl.ln' create- .
'll : A 7 tmrranttti 11.10 a. m. and then () -
,i' makes a trip to Fort iloUi't and then return that she paid attention to exerythins; glory i-, win':: n.vturtlus chosen her tc each tug employed ; as*i-tlua over I Illustrated Look on skin diocascs sent free.

:al ,'' t.tYPv9* to larranea I'.urraneui.; . .. .. lli: p.m. he said'" scarcely: glancing nt Sanders become mother. K\ery faculty: i- keenly! I bar, i 100 each tug employed. ti ThE SWIFT cpcririr. ('f) t.

.1, 1.I'II\'e51'1l"\ .. .. 1:21 |,. in. : alert :.s she foresees the Joy, ambition -- -
r :t, j Lave9 I'.u.acola .. . |>. in. "I'shawPa"nidledthelads.! : "Hutu success and the life-long satisfaction coin- I HTKVEMIRI.NU CHAK<;KS Dis-l
.. : i Foleyv Kidney Cure make-they| Rubber hose all .,, -
i :15
LtoIIv"9 1.ll:1- > p. l ,
> Amvt't Kftrrinrni ,1.i, p. m. itud iimk was u_ini; Li-r left eye. That kept ,, fug nearer, 'lay by day, in the dear and} :, charging: Kalld, i-5c. ; guano kai i iII di* al-d kidney siuiiiil *o they will IT s
f :rp to Mcl'.rr u.i'i return 11I'1 her face tunied toward Atwattr. She innocent: being so soon to see light; and eHmite the puKiii. fn'iii for blood '' the H illls lIIl7'rl"'-, r. 1
I IP diie-day--indSiturdiya; I I the uncertainty whither! she shall see a j nit, salt etc., .JJ a. ; same in ba: :;;,3uc ; I "
.' : at Sanders. W. A. D'AIemberte 121 S. Palafox.
u: really lor.king II |
": .; l j bo.ttL wilt !1"HiV< 'B.urlIlca"'I:1'l'hk: Then followed the uualnniffle : sweet .rirlor a brae boy face beside been I pyrites. 2ic. ; R. R. rails 35c. Loading Krow Om. s"It.? _-
'. }' si: fi-r Pfi:,:"dt hl ) p. 1:1. the pillow addcat} to tier expectancy. I I r.rrsuebs'u.itoa!' tii :i
TiitGnf ril !Kr itch i ifor army I whi! iu! 'ver the parents gut on this sub Mother's Friend applied externallythroughout : : Timber, We. per Wcu. ft. ; lumber I Pocket and 'S
'j I cutlery scissors You will have
\ prior ;
purpci-"* " nhd :any'tut-iflnr imi-t j.4 t. i pregnancy will relieve the 70 to k 3. 1XW( lumber and flower 'garden- .
;.1 leave a pa-- ftmu the quarteruiaiter I It so happened tI.atII'. Atwatrrand pain of parturition and no mother anti j: per ; i iI from the finest to the \ the-: _
; .1, fike: p.-i-.i.:i <, i III'L Mr. Sanders made up their minds to I II I I chill can fail tobeLealthyhearty, strong.: timber, on deck, 75 to !\-Ie. pfr ft. ; I\cheapest. at the. Willis\I\ own round Vota/in-l I ;
a home and he, cat. I blooded and I II
I clear complexioncd, I
sotlle the matter Ixtween them on I pure grain.I
and bulk
], the! same e\enus, and it so Lapponeiltit : chttrful in disposition! who are mutually stowing I trimming Hardware Co. I though; he may th1I.k: .

STEAMER LINE SCHEDULEBetween iiflut-nced by the continued use of thistTeut i $I.IJO per l.mjubu. : sacking ;rain, per t..verwoman. watt .
I Knth had that day received along I I
own, andii-he will lav. '
J I Ib :liniment MOTHKR'S FRIEND I j1'IlUWU1acy.
{ ; admonition! from her father 1115'' Euy of druggists ;l.o< per bottle. | bu., , ; sack hire, 3c. ; stowing: I I II ; Thus. C. Watson & Co.

b lrn-ai-iili anti Miluiii-lloat to the folly of letting slip so desirable! I I One treatise "Motherhood" mailed free. I I sack grain, 3'Jc. ; cotton, screwed, I Ii The undersigned take-tit i" mf
a suitor as !.!" favorite and avsimiir! j i HE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta G.'I'Iiat : can show her how ea-. .:
r': Pun Daily Kxi-ept; Suniljy. admonition from hr mother MS to the i| 35c. per bale; loose, hand stowed, Df :ofierfhg her service- a* a one.
t; flrt-las licensed midwife having : 4
1 "CITY OF TAMPA." object of her own choice. The poor I i JL: c. pet bale ; round bale, 15c. bile ; had 35 years rxperlenc..ICan ,i

I'. girl was In a st'ite of mind borderim; lauta. give best of references from''' Buy a new tarde' "
cake tIC. phosphate rock ;
Lv'4llton. *. < Lvl'fnsncoliiltipm' ;
'uvn inanity when the maid anuounceil! 11htn\ \f'" are worse than tight llte'i
Atl'tatiacolaNaa'am' Ar Miltoni.iupin on I s-h >, The I'h..s give a dainty and extra for leveling leading physicians of this city. from the, Willis. H fir. 14' I.,.
1 F'I\rf'. 'C; Hound trip,lTrnlnliiK Ii1.'e Mr. $:llIco'r": lut1l.nt Into the parlor *" ; may i>c. :! staves J MRS. M. GJDDEXS,

intending; to accept nnd thus 'I' look to the foot in spite of the tortures! and general cargops, 5oc. ; cottonseed j Jltf 114 South DeVillier- Company.TCETHINC.POWDIRS .

r put an end to the matter. Sanders, endured but tight; dotes make the

""hriilierd l><>;:.. wh""I'! >s a plain business man, had hands fat and rod and ugly. The Cesbbulges meal, bone, bran, Hour, grain a

.1{ The nativos ut )l icu seen to, have !:: out and wrinkles form. aud like in r
j barely s-eatt-d himself before he begunhis sugar: general cargoes j ( DR. MOFFETT'S Cures Cholera-Infir .
an onsuii.liiy; tit training shepherd <;loves should be, worn so easily fitting

t r, dugs.: .\. i tip !is taken from iU motheras I alT.nrs.proposal He was with coming a statement; to the of Point his that rings; may remain under bags;, &.Ic. ; roin, 30c.; pie iron ;..!Jt i Dlarrhreabvtnr the Bowel trim:,

'. oii after birth as K)!:&ilJl(. the dumped 25c. trimmed and stowed { ,
> { I when Ir.twah'r: stepped Into the them. The rid, creased look of the ; K1af Children otAn, t

brt'otl i if the <1'lieins; immaterial.: ronin. Bauder.who snsin-cted AtwIJ'r's palm when gloves are too tight;: is 40c. ; tobacco, fi'c. per hhd. i ? Bid f1d Aids Digestion, (tee -

Tin youi:: of a s>lu<'ii or ;gnat U: taken set his aliorainablc.] The maiden who wears I >J saes' ( ) the Bowels Stan
Intention firmly
mud tb- is s-ub...tituti-d. I Jaws Bunker coal: may be had, trimmed e the Child and VTEETrilNb
away pup\ the glue! is the only one who is deluded
and was gain; right: on when he discount ; I s i4 ,. Casts Ollly 25 cents at Druggists,
.11 t AfUr tinI'rt: few Jays tht pup I Is; into the belief that Lcr hand under chutes or at R. R. wharves, \ *
I ] that the young; lady was looking I i er mail ::, rata to C. J. MOFFETT, M. D.. ST. LOUIS Me'
fin liefore the Mock I Irlh
I never (1'l't just lit !bis rh'l1.twa..r.. who had i looks will in it. fcr $; short ,, ,
; luOper ton ; alongside in j .r It I7 n n at tr n 1i
-, (:ma's 11 ji.t, -tiire in the morning:: l\ltI i hit. 1-nut ar, 5f !ter TiTlile: r, m I, 1 -I -
'iit the ltr "-tion! of Kuth's other' .
I cau: -tream, 2j: e. extra trimmed in I its. ,I. 1 I,
jittit'tir, Hit Uiei are brought In at ; ; .
"..J ''t I eve, supposed the was looking at Sanders. I' Pot tors foul"t Help Her. V T' t.Tnl\, ,, ': ,' -. I II
t I.
,j 1.Iht:: The lath'rtl'P.P'' -'} speaking.and ; "I had kiduf'trnubl" fllr"par stream, 50o. extra j pn .,errr-I ,' : Ir., t J e I I "
dt \ As soon it!' In' can wait li the former maintained .silence. write Mr*. Hiymond Conner of POUT CJARtIES-'Vharfa, !sail, .
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,II I with the tlork and stays with it nil: t I': I
; r "Until. said :Sanders:: presently, "if'gnu SheltonVah.! .: ;utd the doctors ,
I f iliy.VhTovor IK- begins! to :1: tcl-1! :3-lu of lc., steam, J2C. per ton perdaySandaysandholidayexcepttd
: will give meour. attention for a I i could not help me. I tried Foley's I
,i pate !lU'III'I.! by t tr\ins; to drive the Sock Kidney Cure, und the first doe ; | i A!
I few moments longer; I will (leave yon very i ; .
{ ill liefiinst'i.iliiwii t.e :-'.'t.-? ]i:.'-i-nunl.: nave me relief aud 1 am now cured.I .
with Mr. Atwater. I harbor fees, lc. ton ; ton Tu I
f per ; ;c. per n/illlli
After !li- !r west a y ar oft he takes 1'ia listening," -.:Id Ruth. cannot say too much for oleyVKidney
I 1 a dunk mil. irn.sri'.s: it from other dopreand ; Cure." W. .\. D'Alemberte, I for steamers calling for banker ,
\< I wss .ixing, Mr. Sanders
I - .
went! on "Unitis Il\nu:11: for romf"l.t. I quarantine, noue.PiLDTAfJE
.i it ill ;it for proper tim at clptt '
I nothing for display:
T.\RIFI"S-PH foot nf.
/ without ,.e\: biun.11 Kind of ; tl1e
f ; .
:\" ::nwhilelwfltt'r had cancht: the : A l'It''I.:
temptau e.n: lie tried oa deg : I draft ID and feet uf
: any eye thltlS turned in his direction "I (ear. she said "that yon do rot I up including li lq
r. eneouLtpr1 h'lU! T\lth
is in the
that I' and, stI'|swing that Ruth was not at- understand me. and I couldn't Possibly draft, six feet, $2; nine feet, *;3.;
t his tloek.' ut !in spite of all he will remain I
ti'i.diiig' to Lis rival's words, began to marry a man who dix-sn't.' Every: woman thirteen and a half feet Hi; nineteen "

I Ifi t. f.ntl.ful to ins, duty. driving his I speak."I'ardn'i. longs::: to be uwll'r'tlMIL""I I and a half feet $3; ; twenty ftet andover i !
HiAk to a Kife distance before ventr.r- I
he 11
'. me fur intniding. he said. assure you rt'l'itIlroruptly.
| $5. Each harbor movement :i ij
in to make the iuaititance uf
tI ; any "1 iindi'rj-tood! from the maid that you i r that if you will say 'Yes' there will
other dog.a ; be j S3; ; city to quarantine: or vice ver-nj! b
eel r< aU-ne. no misunderstanding on my part.
a : J10; steamers calling for bunker .
Chicago I'ost.
11'twilt..r: said Sanders i
Take Caie ul the Mom.teb. I
1 i I ly. "wh Mi I aui speaking to Miss pay, in aud out $:l.:';; per foot oi i
The w hn-e dijetion -;- 111-1 I "' 1).
man or womin \\ural it is an r.ngeutlemanly act tarry' I.title tl<>li draft.
: i i.< and wli-xe -touiachperform I
perfect i Dike 1 notice Jim is
to address htr.Vhfii ;growing! a mustache. ---- -- -
:t" every function i* ueverick. Uiare of the Itmule.I 'i iI iI FINE ETC.
> Kodi-l, L clinse', ;purtiie! ? and j \ atlas honed gives ter atten- WINES LIQUOBS[
I feel warranted In addnv i'-YI'S: he told! me lie had to do ,
weeten* the "t111.H'1I and cureepo;- 1 to 'I i Xo profes'*i 'n has advanced iorp I

C : itively and pcruianently: :all ..t
I "ublt- illdl"l-.tIO\I1 :111.1 fiyi"p-'ia.; ; j j "MiInwtM. l was lucking! at me." could make the varsity eleven ne>t 1 should not bu used except where ab- S. A.

it is the nulerfal r.'coti-truetive "I I big jour i
t, 'nic that: H iiuikiiic 01.) ni lilY .ice I at me." ', for hvample, it is seldom needed. :>

; eople well matt week pt'opfe strong; You are eery"- !1'ti Witch Hazel !Salve cur r o BOX 4is TKLI-.I'IIOM-. ; '"

by couvtTiiii t" tiinr hii1Ie all of I qunkly and permanently.-
Kuth made a dash for tIle < the! Iwuril.rnpll),. in the food tlieveat. ; equalled for cuts, burn, bruj-e". -
.t t .if H.dla- ru>-lie l upstairs and locked herself illL'r 1 skin
Uev. H. iloliaday, wound di.-ea-es. Accept n"
day, Mi-" writev>,.lol; li is cured I IlIle. I men. The ;gi-ntlecii'ti "left Ill' This 611oal'J'1.18: every hot of the genuine counterfeitwa* *o troubled 1 ICE AND WDOD.WE

I cot l"I'r, it he be-t rt-uiwly I house together but on reachiiitin! Laxative BromoQuinineTaUeu: with bleeding piles that I lo-t mm i .

i. t'v"r Hed ti>r Jv-p--p-i. amt >mach dour starttHl off in opposite directionI'enple -. '.hi rvutxly- that cores a cold A in one d j. blond and -tretH;th," *ay.* J. C. PinI. :- '

''l i troubleI I wti Iv+u up by ;phy-l! !. who have a physical ..lete. .; Pan-. III. "DeWitt' Witch EXPECT TO SIPPLY A MICH I..4-OEU 1 I I. : !

I r .1n'. KO It'I-turd niv lifi, >. Take an1ery sensitive., alwut it, and. .1',, : Hazel :Salve cured me in a *hurt ,
it after meal Uaru'iV Pharmacy: I though the men were not to blame f->r time. Sootheand Har;:i-
John :Sheppard, Sidney K.ihu. Pl.armacy. John heppHd'idlwy:
the (blunder and unconscious t.f him!
Infants and ChIldren.
-- -- --- Kahn. END US YOUR ORDERS NCW.
; I i ig: fair fwlingsIlutli nexcr t'otvaM-

i Mr. Min. an ti Judr. I i ;.llier of then A few woeki.U'T The Kind You Have Always BongM There's lot of money to be made Olsen cL Co.Manresa

Xo ()r.iiiui1 Ur State judge was I'ill':. rocoUud a note inviting: him t-' A in real e.tate-lots of it. A real estate -. Thompson, ..

cr< uiwrt- 1"'Plllar! than :Mr. Steyn in cill at 0 o'cI.ekr'l'h"-! ilie n"-M Bears the sign i i" usually a flnzer-board td

the 11.1s when lie traversed the country evening! nnd he would receive f\n.\ C!ibrlat>Leo! @ wealth. Thos. C. Watson & Street, one 14 /.

in a twuvli4-..\t.d 1 ui i;;. Tliere \\ereno atl'lItil'll.'itl1 n decided reply! to atij- i Co., the leading Real Estate firm -- -- -- --

Il raih\.Irs or !tritl.! ::.'" in the I'nn' thing: he rli !:choose to say. \\1.-: nave some offers which it would

Mate then, and tni\el.-rs. even with a |I j they arrived, Mr. Atwater was intedtn Water coolers that do not be worth yoi* while consider.! Go WICKE & CO.
'and see them to-day: and don't wait
-o! ; I take a seat on the right of a por waste ice, at the iiillisIIituiware till to-morrow. I

prnnti\e! t'-. ., lire Mr. :SaiuJcrs: on the'left.irrr .

tie jiiil-.f \t<>uti! -top Ins four mils .> arriM-d tir"t on that Co.'s.NOTICE .
I you Refrigerators- We have a Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter
t '.itui'; and iilvat: : from his :U to uiavO! I men.orable evening.: Mr. .ll1tll"''," t ti ,
OF ELECTION. i few left which we will sell ,
a tire btUc wty-i ide It which to cook I said Kuth, "I will give you an opportt'.nity \

his dinner Having eaten his chop, hewould to Lnish what you wcre.FayfngwLeu ,. ro Flurtd.t tb' -:...rl'T of -Camilla' County, Slate,-- 01 at cost. Marston iklina. No. 6 South Falafox Street.All .

reM.uu-1 11. ,,onriey and at nicl Mr. Atwater in." tiiat 1. H.
came ...reetary itWI1 Clay Crawford, Kind Ot Plumbing and Gas Material :. H *
Fittings Kept
would! kin. k .st tr.: ( door of the nearest I Mr.! Sanders, scowling! ut his rival, of state ..I lb. saic ut lorkh' j r -- ,
i Jh -reiiy niv.notio* that '. .
finiih: !I'. \\ !1.1'1'1' he would I be weleoined boldly nsked her to be his wife. | E;) lm.\I. KLKCTIO.V ,

; to the tanilj sui'prr table aud "Now, Mr. 1 shall bepleased : r.I -
Atwater 1-I
will t>f 11..1,110 )o:- llllliaeount"'otat"ol
r tittered, a l 1"11 for the night:; In this to hear what you were intending : Klorid.i. on Tur Jay next .jL-ce.ditii< ib- :-.

I way Mr. ;U-.\ n trnt-l.i| ihrou,h mho I to : :ir-: Monday. in >ovriubvrl A. I). !.',.', the AO :
s.iy. mJ Tue 'lay bring the : MRVer3T
}O'r.' State; trim end to end administering I
Mr. AtwattT. without mincing;, natters t.II'RTIf 1V < .t. :\ovEJinittt I:,
justice and making; friendships! I also scowling: at his rival!, made l-oroiif Hepre-miittiyBuf' tbH Third ('on.IIr..IOIlIIIII.trct I
at every pl.nv lie \i.-iti\L : of Klorila.ln the F'lfiy- II I I -ST','< ES.-OK: I AVKRV t \\.IIiI..ILI
I a similar pruposition.Gentlemell I eublb L.onllr..f: lb..l'ntt..dtalt..';;. II I 'I 1 f
For secretary of Mate of the ,statt- of
said Ruth, "when
!'' Avoideriou* result* of kidllf"or I you Klnrid IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
Madder INnrder by tikiuy: ; l"olej-V w'ere addressing! me before a tleformitj For I oniotrollt-r of ib- Mat- of J lorido I
: wLicli came to sue at biithc.iKsod For Our JU-Ilcrof tl1" t\uprl"lU. court of I
KidnevCure. W. A. D'Alemberte, my tl'tall" of KlonJi.
I 121 1 S. Palafox.. i a scene which was inexpressibly For two Ka.lroad, Commis'ioat-rs thState -. HARDWARE.

I painful u me. When 1 was look- "f Horid.i.
}ors-ttf v-nator for si.con.1 enatmial
Goat \\uiitril. tag; at Mr. Sanders, Mr. Atwatvr sup- i Ui-tru-t of the Mate of (lot sdi.
Iron Nail- Axe. HhoTi Is. Haw Mill and t StiMii.b .'
i WIfey (who Is don:':; her own cooking:: I posed" I was looking; at Liia, and vice For t"'oMiultr. of tbe H"Unt l..pfr.tamtsof :. ,
the !iatt> uf H jrnU. Supplies, Cooking; and Heatmarntovfti, Pain '
now )-I can't t-eeuj to make little : \'t'r-sa. 1 have heard a proiKisitionfrom For Tax A..f..or.horTitx .
Window Glass: Guns, Pistols and Fihiux T<1cJ.
mulish of anrthinc; I wNU some Ina.r each of you which \Is tie Lighestcompliment Coilrctor.Kor .

hungry creature had what we Lave I left a man can pay a \\woman For l'ountyTrrasarer.Bye County Commu-ion{s. I Agate and Tin %.lre oust Ilonsefuniisliini fluud"I

every day.Hubby and I assure you I am sensible of the V'or three nitnibtr ot the to Jiitf bard I "
of Public Instruction. A QHICk Breakfast t t'I tarAGENrf: FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COM; II': 1J'JI
(who han't much appetite! honor you hale done! me. I will:! nowgive For Ju-tic of.tb Feace In and for the i I
tl low tug Justice D..trlcu.11 I Revere Giant l htitched Belting, Northampton Kn 'r .
lately)-Yes: we ought; to k't'pt: goat : you a reply by looking: with both :
: .a1. I i Wheel Co., Laftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's K i:
I' They say a e-xit ran cat anything1 .- eyes at the man intend! to marry." i I No 1.orConstabfi'. is !always possible when a cook has
1 King and Buck Stoves and
somme Iron
1 RangeWi
: Philadelphia r.nlletin.Thisslgnalare I )0 la aal: for the I I
As she spoke the last word the jort'.ere following 'I '
Ju-tict- l'ltnct.11: Gas at her tinker* end*. Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Ma-: : -
i 11"ici. was drawn aside and the lady :\.). 1.o.a.. Made Railroad Colors.

'I turned her undivided gaze on the No. 4.. A match, a lignt-e -;;s in three I .
Masonic Temple $ PensacoIaFl
figure of George: Carter. ,:1 No. 1 : minute Chops or steak in ten, and ,

I Miss Inwood- after; the painful cfl- No I
f fas there
attention of th.erjSs u called to you are.
I soda of a few weeks before had been the law r-.juinni? tb-m to caast I
1 fan every hot of tho genuine I to an ocul.! and had her eyes strabjLteaed. the said election to be published in notice a newspaper of- No smoke, no smell, no a;he*. I W.C B. WRIGHT comPANY,
I ljixati\e i Brorao <3uinine TaMcu printed it: the county if there bo a
I George! Carter had made his paper In the county if there be no I Better use Gas, don't you think?
i the rcuMxJy that cares cold in one daj.Marston I I paper
i published
In the
county tbey ban
i proposal after the operation and, feelIng cause at r
I i leaf five copies of tills notice to bo posted Others do, why not you? Want to I II \ Iffj MANtJFACTCRERSANDDEAl.f.K' *
,-' 9' Quina have I I sure that he held her attention, lID the mast public' places Io tbe county. I
1 i pleaded his .cause with excellent\ effect i I 113 Testimony whereof. 1 bay! heron nto set know more about Gas We'll tell "

some very nice Dressers and His !suit was received with favor -> (L -.J] uf my the band State and of afflid Florida the Great at Talla-Seal I, you gladly. Vii. LUMBER LATHS,

.c I the I ha-...... the capital, this ,
: Wash Stands very cheap. by lady parents from the the first ,
day of September, A. J). lf>;.
Just the thing to go with fact that a grandmother had recently : li. CLAY CKAWiOBD. Pen acola Gas Co. S ) SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES..E1ia'Dr; f S,ls

died and left tim a fortune. Secretary of tHat ,
,, > Iron Beds. I. % To (jeorE Smitii, Shen.. E cambia j
t ; 1' !h i 1 II.'OIlW'.1 J 125 and 27 E. Garden St, Pen lice I., Fla. -.. -- PENSACOLA,

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Messages Come From Abroad Anticipate no Serious Results
tc PresIdent
for from )
One From the Kaiser. It may be overwork bat
10 .1 From Accident
SIZE. e Washington Sept. 4. the chances are its from an inactive
TRIAL selgR cpq tOlD Messages of I. Oyster Bay, N. Y.. Sept 4.-Dr.

Balm b. fl congratulation to the president oVE'r. UIVER -. Lung, President Roosevelt's physician bitsrI

j n,;i ,; ... HArIEYE R Wer his narrow escape yesterday are com ,' With a well conducted LIVERone said this morning that he anticipates(
ing to the state
'" department from can de mountains of labor no aerioua results: from yesterday's

h i aoroad. One of the first was the fol without fatigue.It accident Before retiring last night

J .fin 05hly lowing from Emperor William of Germany the president left word that he desired
: adds< a hundred
cent to
ly etr'rtl + per not to be disturbed till about for Infants and Children.
Po4n. Sept ". ones earning !
President. WashIngton : 10 o'clock this morning. "

COLD''N HEAD : With all Americans I praise can be kept In healthful action The Grand Duke Boris will be the The \Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature i

9! .". 10..11 size ul luc late: at ana l>ruxgit >la. the providence that saved your life from by, and only byTott's president's guest at luncheon today. of Cha.. II. Fletcher, and has boon made under his ..

t terrible accident. (Signed) Wil The president will leave here tomorrow personal supervision for over JJO yt>ars. Allow no ono
toHKOTHERi liam! I. R"Minister
Warrratrr..t. \rw York. on the Sylph preparatory to to deeeive 3011 in this. Counterfeits Imitations and

Wu called on the state department !. starting for Washington on his short "Just-a! ..-good" are but l\periments, and endanger the

today to !inquire of Acting southern trip. He will leave Jersey
health of
sPills Chil S (retay Adee whether any 111 consequences City in a private car attached to the

had followed 'yesterday's accident 1:14 p. m train over the Pennsylvaniaroad. The Kind You Have'Always Bough!

BOWRTHE I and also to extend his congratulations He will leave Washington at
to the president. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. 7:03 p. m. tomorrow on a special train Bears the Signature of

over the Baltimore and Ohio railroad

,,'gnlar, hr.ltLi moTrmt-nt of tb4III MUSIC HALL DAMAGED. -- -- for Chattanooga, where he will attend
r l Ill! In*.
>r Keep
>r> .in the tha eof rig A GIRL'S CAREER. the annual convention of the Brother

......1 dour"I,1o."In rom 1 h"tbtt iinootlrtak 11<>....11 I, Cincinnati's Historic .Structure Narrowly hood of Locomotive Firemen on Mon

Escapes Destruction. IDtf'r"Mtlnlf Period Del\trrn tbSrhoolruuiu day.

CANDY Cincinnati Sept.. ".-The historic and the Altar. Scretary Cortelyou. who passr-J

CATHARTIC Music Hall a building endeared toCincinnatlans When a girl begins, her social careerafter last night at his summer home at In Use For Over'30 Years.THE .

because It was largely : completing: her education "h" Hempstead Is reported to be much -Ne CNV.ur c"....... n .u.... ....UT Nf.. VON e11t

I the gift of one of its best beloved cit finds the world far different from better this morning. He will! accompany .,,-.-,-=: ._ "- ,-- .' '.' .", ----1...,...,
what she expi-cted. Tiro Ci coIw.t'looJU! --
izens. Reuben Springer was apparently the president on his southern
t I t js one tiling, the world another. Slit-
doomed to destruction trip. President GARDEN SECTION
today by afire Roosevelt is receiving
may hair l t..t'nIH.pular with! her teachers I
i which started about 5 o'clock. The I a large number of cablegrams:
lieaii she
I was a diligent sclioi-
place of origin was the Oilon telegrams and letters
on sta!;e. congratulatinghim I o-OF-o
.r and! curried off the honors of the
in a s-tructure adjoining the :Music on his from serious
escape injuryin
'EM LIKE CANDY M'hool. but she finds thaI ook l knowledge -
EAT Hall which rear huildin? was used! }'estPrday'sirddf'nt.. Pensacola" Floridam
tuit. Ti"too.J. fI"Good,, thie>;, nut make her (Hipular <>r succc -
mid M _: '' -olleee ref ,
trip in. erar.Inpl as a mu" ic for musical entertainments
-ful --- -
.IIJ buulo.l..t op >: i socially.Somu
Order Restc ed
1:3 'I) How it originated has of the most) intelh'ctual -ople at Agram. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
!I't" Mlul.n or SET ToltlC. Agram. Hungary. St.>t. 4.-The proclamation -
i : not been determined. It spread rap- we have known have tarn union::: the -- -,.-

KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN I idl>' and th> fire department realizing most di":1"-"l\'. A woman whoso! of martial! law here yesterday \
afternoon has resulted "in the restoration Beautiful Lots for Sale.
that the .
great muir hall was in danger nature is jijnn twive. who parades; h'r..
of order. The have
GOLAY used its; lx.*.t efforts to save that knowledge: l*>foK> those lIt inferior education. police I
tt =()a replaced the military in patrolling .the 40x137% feet at from $76 to $200 each according -
building In an hour the Odim was! i is sit 'I.jl..t t<> he l dreaded. Mere ,

Gr .d Corn Meal Mitts completely! destroyed and the soutn learning; in a woiiuin i i.. never attractive. streets. to location and surroundings.

t wins; of the Music Hall, which is next I It i? on the rxmtrsiry otfeiis-i\o --- (-- --

r! .JSZRLEZ & CO., Prop! to the OJon was badly damaged. I unless ('ooip'u with feminine graces.School Cures Eczema and Itching Humor I Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Keautiful View,

| The loss will probably reach $100I ,- learnins: ; should sink Into the Through the Blood-Costs Nothing High, Dry Fertile Lands.

tl nttntactr er9I. I W,. The \loss to :Music Hall proper chjira' U-r uhl d'l'irtinent anti only P.T.- to Try. .
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1 U \"sn I'L'KKGllOUNI I will exceed $in.rmi.( [It has an insur- hiliit !it'7lf; a; ifixTt'inaf of a finwvris B. B. B. ( BJtauic Blood Balm ) i i..
STO<'K FEKI I'xhiltitt'll-fn certain andure The grandest opportunity for investment ever
ante of $3')11.1"'fb( Odon belongsto a subtle, Jianieless anduiiiilitniMVP now recognized us a

i.. ..".ctbuyyonrMl'alant idustry; for there u the :Music Hall HM3tion.;; and is manner.A cure for Kczenia. Itching: bkm. Humors cffered in Pensacola.

HoinMsnulactarer, leased to the eolkge of music. The's inu'llectual aiiniirenients Kcabs hicalesVatery Blisters ", i -
:coarsea home Indatm should Home Seekers Should See These
simply make her elationIjrracioii' Lots.
.. com Aching Bones or
-(! the commnnltj I dormitory of music recently erectedin j Pimple,
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. s' .indirectly. manufacturer! front of t\e ftlon. escaped; injury t and agreeable. :MathematicssluiiiM Joints Boils, Carbuncle, PricklingPain
yocau reiuier her mind clciir and her
.rot labor. Yon ow in the Skin, Old Eating Sores, Ab V.ClubbsCorner
'\ in which you live ant judgments truo. Her peosraphiciristihlits

. '<> your napDort. I Ilcafneas>> Cannot ire (."urritby should teach her that the worldis Ulcers, etc. Botanic Blood BUiu \

-- I ... taken internally cures the worst and
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I local too mall for fal nes to tind :a hid- Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
application-< they cannot
: I uNAL CARDS. iiiS place, nod history should imprest most deep-seated cases by enriching,
reach the dNi.Mi.! portion of the
...... I / purifying and vitalizing the blood
There U her that life is, tar short for unwutthyambitinns. I
C. ROWE7M. D. i ear uily one way to cure thereby giving a healthy blood supply K. C. HR":NT. WM. H KSOWLKS, W K. UYhK. JK.. J. M, KKEHE.
W deafness, and that i N by con>titu- I The time Mwit-n th- to the skin. Botanic Blood Balm; PresidentViceI'retiddat.. Cufliitr \.0' Ca8bler.

tional meclies.,. Deafneis: caused H-hoolroow and tile altar should not beja
'It 1 17 S. I'alafix j is the only cure, to stay cured for
by an inrtaind condition of the mu- mere hant time of pleasure but these awful, annoying kin trouble

It.maridIto.p.inrh0130 sous lining of the Ku-tacliiau Tube. !i n sowing Him- for all the seeds of kind- Other remedies may relieve but B.
When thNtuhe i inflamed havea First Monal Bank
YOU and H. H. heals
OS. ;i ness self sicriti for others! and actually cures, every
runibliiiK sound or imperfect heartug !
and the rich of
i of niiM'liisliiit'vi slim nie\olence which ore, (rives plow
and \\hen it i i. entirely closed |
health the skin. Builds the
; alone < an iii.-rKe her a happy wife and up
Deafness is the re-ult and! uul.sthe broken-down and makes the
PUBliCITY? FOR inil.immation can be taken out mother- New York \Vcekly.OierJuhl. blood red and nourishing.body Epecial- OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

and this tube n-stored to its normal j I' advi<:ed for chronic old cases that I .EOTon.

THE PEOPLE. I condition hearing will be destroyed |' "The world owes me a IIdng." doctors patent medicinee and hot DX ..l

I forever; nine'ca-es out of f n are ], gruniMed the young;: man. spring fail to cure. Drusrjcists $1. I WM. H. KNOWLES. W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BKEN1 W. K HYEK, JI-
: caused catarrh which! i is
by uolLingI I
To B. B. B. cures, sample! !sent
I "Yes assented the elder "but provt
I Iniucous one D. G. BRENT
1"o ts You a Cent, I, an inflamed condition of the free and writing Blood
prepaid by
1 you made the mistake of not demanding
Sr. WrrJ i is Read surfaces.V Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Df'criJpI I

-,,---:-:;-I-leryboJy.:: +:I': catarrh for\\niijeu.will I that.give" il One Iteafneni cannot Hundred be:'caused curea! Dollars by by t i! I'.rooUljn Koley's collateral Life.Honey security and Tar for the j i- peculiar debt.I .": I I trouble in sealed, and letter.( medical advice: sent : r PmL i|D iUG d D{mnU: &&X A n B you A ht a d So!!I

'1"1'0 LI'NU.1 I. HaU'sCat.trrhCul'e. Send for circular
... .. ... free ly adapted for chronic throat troubi .
nntmull ; i IPS! and will positively! curebronchit- Seare the the i Yga Rate\ 3.'S &1 1CHICHESTER'S
N l I' improved "8- j
\\1 amounts at low K. J. CHENKY& Co., Toledo, O. i i-. hoarenpand' all bronchial diseases. natue : C8P"\Ve draw oar own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, Ireland

'ill on Lf'.ll > to;. Hrtxiks. Sold by Druirt-M'ts.; 7oc.Ilairliull Ilefu-se sub"titutp"V", A. !If Jlt+- Germany France Austria, Italy, Hol. ud. >?r.tin, Bfl lam, Rnsaia, :Koi
i rt, Pttlafox Kt., "I IsbP9tulm r .
; j! I) Alpmberte. :S. 1'alifox. I way Sweden Denmark and other European conntmg.Diabnrsed .

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i \ 1 -no you nerd money, II Aftnlrn.Tcnucy EnGLISHC Weasels the Most Favorable Terms and then
M of gll.I1I -iiK the fiat base upon
'nw nay Ktnuunt you TOYRQYAl PILLS Taken M Port of HeEtiraCou: Ten Flfteei Da
t. tIIt. and lo..t rates. thin of the National league in tin- bat- nlte for annatnraidiarharers.iDilaniniatiunt Obligations Payable or i

. .alll".oa mpro\ed city real tins 'iiirtuwit. Jic-k Iwylc was at *hl1:.Original. .............1.unlr I..dte'bur.4n.Ino after Vessel Arrives mere .
Wn. t I,berxulx! Mouth Palalatt -- irritation or ulorratum ( { to C'1I11'IU.'t'I,.. E\GL151i -- -- --- -
the top( of thitiililin: :: tits-ra.'s: Up to Cif Ptlnlw.tnUCttU., and membraoe.out utriu*. ) "" 'D Kt I'. i' I."Ill ..rifeii.tun ...e. SrSafoty: Depofit :Bose" for Rent in Connection

the tune u1 si'vcrol lti'. ronmx'on "'itliAiiilv gentorpouuaoud. --....'f.Uh'.' f K TiLrnondirr Krfun.
1 I.'r Tit KiiKKOW MONKY Hold by Drn Isfe, (J tl.MiM. auf your l"...... or wal 4r.taI i with which we have a Prlv Apartraent for the USA
man* your property pro rntihnan's ani/aiiuii; Now ; .
1 if buor ,ell real in "" if'I:: : "'l.rt\\ ;:.Tu..eluunlal.. ofRnntnrq.
an- < ti'.lH. is. otetot plaii wrapper, \ C* : trrtflr.
: IIu.'iiiiiu th- l.i
;: ::s playr.
pntprity of IIny'd""Cflption. have \\.it-r If eipm. prepaid, rut 'Vfr .nm MnU. IU.4MM I.w. alter.
>I i.i ot.., ',-",,..! ( hlfhr.lrrt krnilri< .
_. lreular art OU ICCJUrtt. S' .ru. 't.dl..0....... "UII.4.. ft
(..-tateaiul or Ktldresv I Insuraiict rho I. nieiita"vVmsoa, I"enh8-* Co. .!I"'I;. WE WILL-FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE!

h ... I''al! ar, iiKitl.rate To everyouPbuy hairy' 'llaaa !Is. the jiuor''''t bat
a lot hunt us we "1111..nd moneywbli'.ii tin;' nr,.t tune nun in the It'jiu'i11. and
I : : .
in build a taouti 'Sd-tt THE NEW -
GROCERY STORE.MOVER WnlWhy. for nor rwndF
his. work wxh the nA's ...
seek; pine.he leftChietlgn |I pp lral"l l n ,n\I. lllI : l

'cor Its'ill.I .1 : uas detrnonitedveral (taints.r |I __ __ ___ w ,l! i .R.m..1.,,.,....what w. ....1"1, ', II'" art' Ir.. .. ...I, .' ..d,
_ I) .. .. "
(IUf. ..".. W .... :
I f iXU: Ht11'$E for >Ale or ', of) the ('Lingo National nu-n who! j ,,"'r .. .., -' '.. '. .'' .rpnn ..
l' .: Ka.t: ; WILLI .,r '..'11- ".11.. \I. '
I .:u nishd. \iply af. :'ntw rfKs have tilled the tint hate Ptiriicr thiMasun -. :) o' u 2 rhian...Utrn..Y '111'1. dMwubl
e .. .
<'.' i'lark. the new ilia n. has the Uuoo...yin".I ,,,'."...'..Ilr h,...i.a. .. 1.1 I ".'.r I..I ....rv'' Loe
I' "r-ilh'tnr .C" 1-" letiroumviirnei I I
I'h"llid heVllllers. best rivord up to the present! titn. i I First-Class Stockof tr..wd- wbn.rl,:' .:, ;: ;'a I iole.ul: : ':.:
Arthur \\ l1iauls is !. and Keeps a Complete, Up-to-Date ,
? attach.-lhous e In good onfiHii 1Il'\ Df\trr is Kr IIITe a 4P I'Ire. hln.l r W-
fr"tttbytitf.'etcleep. Ap. down tienr th- I 1-otto'ii of the li*l. luyN' huts IwatUhtrrrw, ..... ,rnrwl ,I
Mnloii-\ alltf Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No tIXt.M4 "T II'' 1..1.1"' for uu'ty.. ""..1...I I
Cenci \\.1.111 I'tll lir.C' t e
I r.niiKtit'lJ of 1'ittslnirji mul :McCnvryof 1 INI ..I' iii A
1.'Oft.JAg.. liiiMiklyn arc the only lira\ base men I 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block. I .11 I ,' l4 anuthetr ten me r ,.win I1t.' th lam turk II III_. 'I.,k-v.,"I.".,."HI''"L.V.. ,t...+..o..".. "'tor 1\.lt.."..1..1...t, ''i

who bate .. 'hI ulm'' ,.' ".g, ._nti,.
the > '
iM-cupu-il 0' of 'a
', msition steady I"
( .
t flu
I .l 1)1'1 cent > .ln..I. a TKLKPIIONK: :127. ., f.-m,. n-s-. 't
frodrwrtcet'e.d Ml inner 'r
milt!111i( JU"t from the.factory;;; siiKxtin; op-uia;: of tier 1":1".n. liransfitId : ., I ...i ... '1 .'p. \\ .. ; '" \\ I .'" '" rdr .' L fd
I m fuMiitnrv. or (itiis. ,.. .k- anti "'rt' .mp, e riQ' W .. d.I! .... R AI If", n tal i uwl k
is rnilitiil with thr- most putout ; ..' ,. ,tl I. I. r I'' "- .,.1 ''I Irrt ,
Ih.r int below rishtrSs.n..1 I In 1.-c '1" last a I. tin p n-' II" y ''tI
I m.ndu 111 IIn l4SF' UlTI'm... 'II ti-fore tafr,. a 1I..t d.4.",
5t. Ifh
]lIrraKoIIII und :.Mrt'recr.v <-
I .-Tti" most ae Irable lot Ini l Laundry, : SALVONA SOAP CO.. Lor. 12th d Pint Sts. ST. LOUIS MO.
. on ea>iy terms, by the Kisb rAgeacy ,' I inidennir Summer ('..1\00
V<"', south Palate:
' ix.ilmM.utiil.ftru :' 1>""II't' let a cold run at thi- -e i-on. Biggest Busiest Best -- -

-j :Summer ciiM. are thl' narde-t kind to NOTICK CHOICEST

II,' 111" \.ulo'I. \ curl: and if neglected ui.iy linger) - -- -- -- -----

\ tiurtter lrtelr. I -tlon_ for ulouthA long
il, l.HinuiK. free orfe. expertI t tin- will pull I ..,!'it ...-..k. required. <*'," .
[ titutiou. On" Minute Cough Cure
; "The ClJlntl1""t'r.
put w.ige will break the attack at once FRUI1u AND CONFECTIONERY f I IA'f
inducements Vo ap- up Swell Friends '
> n>|j -iJiiiani'e. WfltM today, laic. .ure. act* at "Mice. Cure- 'The price i n II.CNJ per par in ad- '

""UrIC' ,..w urlranoLaa h'tf luttii, colderwup, bronchitis, all ter ; yin will find will b.. warmly re- :i raftcp.!' Tho! -e de.iri.,' the pa;'trI -

-j;, thro! it and huiK troubleThe chiM- I, can hnvf i i- -.ent'" tl.. n. by ,'tdjle

1vs& u treItl. 1. r-ulikeit. llargi'PharmacyJohn! i cfivfcd if you are well and iipitlydr : fl.iOt( <> the under-izued. : C. APOSTLE'S

'- -- --: :Shepjtard. 'itlliey Krihll. ..<-ed and your linen is irrcproachiibl } H. 'iL HIM JIE. ,
.. I"UIIT1.11I1 \Vnr- I I
: t.i.y > Care Dally Newt.
,' IM-' ad 11tilllllli Honii- 14 >East; f G vEltFortuerir SL
e j, fss t i, I L, *-. A woman of rtinem T ru>
K I K K'II.II.tlI\IIIUlldl1l>! i Ued- r ,
v _|ISlm If you want a good 1* alwayi scuu, e= a nian': well tired instinct -

-i.. kind 0' .m.n brH ..'<; ; stead or a nice Crib for the ;A"j by the condition of hi. linen, ._ ; :- Every Woman ( .rdnvtl. K -taUrapttandO
., ,. 1"1l1lJIV"IO nOTU" A a 'a; -.fItoo ttf Plo" ..ij'jjlHHI! lI.nt.
';baby, Io to Mar.itonJuina's. $ f and tie 1-01' iiitu her presence arelured .,.. Cj lit.trttarl,a-dh'tl-..iwj #:.t i fear dill"\
: i* A. \ *l uu:... f .rflt' .
with when hihirt..
I \te'll-in I'linipV \ \
( .
I I t1RFL \\LhirlingSproy
\ U.LS11- -- Pl'MPH-- collariud cuff have been done ur \' th.'t.wt.l.d, Nptr.., -. :
M\ alrt111tandli.J. Ruth We will laurderyour treads* for Stur t \' /I a'1.'I 'i' II H -"if1t14. I
at the : Laundry. ::""".l _... ;' 1..1'' ',i
',b..i w "II and pump der'Lt V: | (15 Cent each and make tnem look y ..::... .....i..ta.tir
\ on the -iu-tallm .. ':: These tiny Cap.l.;es sre!''ijjc ror,
"i i hOl. but .tnrly.pUI: like u-w e tar Laundry. Jol 7 .! 4rcrUI. tar It.
.' M M.-tntlUltvr.lI. I -- I*V i i-. "ot''I'Jlbe! to .. : : '
to ALL WORK c. o. D. MI Called i for and Delivered Free .MtlttlL. ae'.ptnu
I If you want a nice present give OIl!.rtutwdaufern., ; '# (''.Niue Itetn4ph"untheo'o
friend and look through theint lu.trtr"l .. at .....1oiII tll.. .
to a go .
hll..rtl: 'a.n.ainl.tir- e. T e t
ru M
( IA'I.ItY. TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. :...
of suitable articles at .
ele line YL'lAIIUO::5ltai nlal/L <(<:f).. .
-- y "' I. v--i "'tfi \\ tnt In"'f
" '\ib KKi\VS IKUHOKNS I }. I. Stephens, you surely can find
for al.' If Room S2: c Tim- Bldz.ew York tom q. 'I' nRI.CGISTI
x'iH'k and Vfi* : !" something to please you. you WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
in WlllKHardwaret'o't. Iwtl I
_ii want anything in the Diamond nut

1 rleul.' .o'h..I. I bH cure to see him before you buy.
\ M"'I! ,It! N will rrepii Iieri .
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i ii .n Nov "'t lacK-" DR. KIINC'Sr
ain 2
1 '-Hi't ing I >:<> .lei. .( I I,I
i*:inII.Vlll TRY bpoaltJaIJ

<.O( ) lKH )- o -DIALI&8 tl- 0 PrnnacoU Lcxltte. No. S. K of P.. u. 31Awae tomdt'
... .. THAT COLD.
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1 -. >ar:: .n HKlKVK-Manoaetar Hair .tood. .. Hats. Toilet i TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Ship Chandlery and General hardware meets log t"'C every at Monday Castle even Hail I.W.HARFERKENTUCKY '

*.Mieic..m W. liovtrnmentritri t I la tbd. Bloant- Wm'.ior
Cures ConsumptionCoughs, r. \ BUI11DIt. .tblrdBoor.Vtiltl&g .
003 AND 60S 8. PALAKOX STREET brethren oordan! <

t 'I'"l'ur 1'-nJH'rul Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, welcomed
t. ,..... 'o WHISKER
Kl'NKKALhID tnrnisnr I PneumoniaHayFeverPleu H HOP.OLIK:
'. bouquet ortpeclal drelgaie COPPER COMPANY JOHN A. ROEBLING'S BOSH CO.'i K. K.a $.

1 : MOSeno.'a!! Nr.t ,ljrl'llor risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RUHBEL &: SON'S PCMP8. OoM /IIed.-a vialw .

' _: __., I 1'I. ..'l.t.I"at"" l-dlm= Sore Throat, Croup and Gum filiti. Ills, Iiatieil>< IntmzsaU, dirts, li.iiri IlilnOOMP Seasonable household ( ptdk6rl.l awarded:rirtop e

I .'KRs: and loral Leslgns.gcs :. Whooping Cough. .\SSP-S, LOG8. ETC 1 and kitchen utensils at the Ua US93.

-. ordered for cunomrejMoreco. .1 NO CURE. NO PAY. C. McKeniie Oertlni Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Aaso.elation.
tit West GregoryJvdlm Willis Hardware Co.'s. staid ill Daoiti tr uros.
t :i' Price 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. I : I I

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+ \ -- ,-.-.......
1 ? > TOLD NEAR OSTT1ER' nervous sleep- -
lei and easilyfitUued
i Th. watermelon, shining( pink and green CELEBRATED you
tj i MONT PELEE Now cheers the soul and gilds the festive rbould take afew
jI I doses of the STIL.LGOING
I sCt'neI
Hitter It willrestore ON
I And tills us with the kind of joy that ,
I vigor tol
t I
G'r i tlP'er I : toe system pro- j
IOrtglral.l ;f I
I : Was Lullded by the blushful hippocrene. :/1' mot sound And with a* much activity and euthu-i i !ND PERSONALS A few years ego I visited: Marti' I f I. i-lcco and at'so-1 I

i i rn I niquc. M.'Lt 1' :.: was hen cunsid I!I The bonlfaee! is nut aglow with glee; I Ar; .l.\:, ;. .. lately sure OUR GREAT
His quests depart like ships across the t
525'2.'C.252525252525:52J I l.rl-tl an e.uutuicunj; auJ of co mrycrt <>- I sea.Neer .. (; :'i : Pick Headache'! t
v '
.. ,
oljoit: of interest and he wrings his i Biliousness
except us an to return so
: Mrs. Thoa. \'. Hannah i; euj >yia i .
s for, !srani 5, r, to cha.b: Us sits! and hands Indigestion, Odd and End
a stay at Ibr d-bar;, Ky. I And beats his breast and murmurs "Woeis ._ Sale
\ I 1.xluto its en.Ur. :St. Pierreas u rr.e:" Dyspepsia. ,

ri ., ': John McDjvid has returned from i-lwpj h.wpwlt.t.' ihl'r.Wt.ii'ts! cutr- I b STOMACH and Malaria '

tai 3t I it vi-it! to daughter at Jakm, Ga. mh't.ll..y the thiuati', t-iu-iti most of tae The rocks bumblebee, with chaste abandon. I Q ITTE" Try It, I II and will continue until the broken lOb a-. -

title di.ttinj.; about la Ulle Fl'UDl'l'l Upon the prim, old fashioned hollyhocks!
; i K. Leon Jones of Seoiinole, Ala.,
hiI ,: and \vkl..g! for tlie: means with \\hU-h Whose greens and bides and reds and I n I I
the business visitors here lavenders LADIES'OXFORDS IEX':5 OXFORDS LALIE350 _
, I = is among to visit Paris. 1 \\cnt into a little fl'S'j Critical 1""I't'c'flont''f'III'Dr: I
Are matched in all the summer's fancy
'itlc I t,i today. I i taurat.t one evening to ;get a dinner' bOLO ks. Naturally: the maid upon pleasurebent ? $35u .

t I I .'j i: Capt. and Mrs. J. M. Fliun left on !I and, 1m'in? clinch. lighted a drar! and i I I des'rts! to look her best on all oc ALL \'HYLEOici Kfd-. All Toe PatL .,;
1 f '1 I sat' Mnoklnfi UII should Cnlsli the lout The soft crab is the pearl of all the Iea- casions. It is: tlie small' niceties of ,
it ;: the noon train today for Selma to A priceless pearl that is a melody, Now NOW
vi-it friends. tie of l.Lt wine before me. A iu: n | That makes used, when its within us toilit which make the woman and ; :\
;IIi \, sat at n table near l.v eying nsy bottle stcred sometimes she errs most lamentably t 294. I $2.89. Sl t

i A. McUowm, Jr., of Brewton, U a lousing. I had tlrunk nil of It I That all the gorgeous east we hold in fee. over these same little things. Neatness .

business visitor here tud,ty. He is uautid and gas ::IHIl.f nu cpportuni- ,' 'Tis sweet to watch upon the distant hill cleanliness and ord..rU'e the I. -- .-

t "tI 'i:16 at the Merchants. II ty to f.nor some one with the remain !I' The gilded cloud ship lying! low and still foundation stones of good dressing.! :; LADIE:05': OXFORDS: MEN'S OXFORD:5IE: ( \ _
f der. I inutinl the iran ID nij tat,le And then to scent the lobster AS he This doe not l'ft'SUPI"pri1UIt'iS i or I

Col. D. 11. Kenzie returned l:1"t and lade him bdp' hiiii&i-If. lie did soI I! sends specl-ieled severity, for even a "ttui'y"girl 1 *3.IAI f2.W ,

night from ..Fl.rtI'r:1Il: where he j aril while i-Mjipup the wine told w in j 1 i His grilL prepnant message from the silver' ran l Ill' orderly! and !1pa t. I Pat Leathern'ici Kids Pat Leather S \'ici I 1'at t

hay been on an vi-it., brclvtn InIi..h ti.e following :story / It scents almost! unnecessary to tell a SOW SOW
i Ni
"Thci's Iu"l'11'ay M/lonin house to ,I 'Tis sweet to fee our fancies whirl and nice irii I what she should An \>y WilY j

Maj >r K. M. Gary and Juj,;e A. C. me. Why! ? 1 conic here often !'omc'' whiz of Ltviiing herself personally attr.itj j $2.11. $1,98 $4 0 .
Unto the mu<=ic of the fruited fizz
Blount, Jr., left on the noon train ,' time po.:: I linothe people what lire I, And drift away unto Olympus high tire and jet there are wage really ': I

today on u bu,iuess trip to JJirminsj- i I lure before thus house was retailnil : And quite forget this vale of beers and niee! ;;ills! tvhn ullow theni"l\es to I -

ham. I .t. Terry Iint lionw then. M Hour. biz drift into ( nroless: habitiliiih they | LADlE:;' OXFORD:; BOYS' OXFORDS i! SIISSE! :- -
dolo-i dine l.tiu with his daughter.! ; -Judge.An would readily! I't icene and! condemn in
Sid Kahn an J Sol D. Peyser, prom- i f200 U I,5l1 ._ _
i nll'. liounli.K.n. He rich nan-not Oversight anotlier. I'.tfoie polu:; out let us stop '
bent Cincinnati whiskey men, are !1 rkl 'st mnltft., but rich. IIil1uuI'! for a uiomeu beforethe mirror. and P..1t. Tip.and'ici I\ids 1'ici Kids Cap Toes 6.i tr.y I .

amens the gut ti at the Merchants I trr tine girl Mie tip ferry light, l.k observe ourselves not admiringly; but :i NOW NOW N i

today. I spirited hor!'.i". )l't- t'ur )I'.inird'ilnii: e-itkallj.! with the eyes of a stranger.: ;

: want Luc.Ho to iutiry rirh u.m l.l.i Tin I is 1'1'111) a hard thin? to do but I $1.47. $124. $1.71 .
l rt
Mr*. Harry II. Thornton < on
I himself. Lucillt want marry ferry -. wi> may be s=uvi,ri>rHl to learn from our 'i
the n...>n train today fur New Yorkto -- t ;
fine i'O<>r mall Tl..ts ni.K' bid; fi'ht Own ul>s >r\ation! in how
spend u.e remainder: of the heated Ile'tm'lrofatht'randdauhter.: !i I'.nlirilolon mall11)15 we fall short of the true

term.J. I tell le Terre tin fine iioor I I standard of the well dressed woman i i, MEYER SHOE CO ,

C. HurJey of Ru=tan, L-i., a ;. yours maul that if l.c tome near thtvs ,'

f r mineut oil man, re i-tered at the I hone! Le shoot his lu-ad off. A Communication Feel FimiMit-i-s for Cash Ollly.t '"
"O'ie clay rich sugar: man come to :\1 R. EIUTOR-Allow me to opeak a'' .
lef this
Merchants last and i
night :
; i M. nourdolt'ii: and bay, 'M. Rourilolon, few words in favor of Chamberl morning for Florala.R. : I like to marry your d.iiifrhter.! M J Cough Remedy. I suffered for three : -

H. Cathcart: of the .Southern Cotton )urdoon! sly, 'M. Yi non, how much years with the bronchitis; and could : ,
roll worth?' Ti\c hundred thousand not sleep at nights. I tried several j
Oil Co., with headquarters at francs.' That ferry much money in I doctors and various" patent medi ARE WE FIXING UP

Montgomery, and J. H. Cook of the them days; M. Itonrdokm himself not cines, but could gf nothing to give ;,
firm of Cook Laurie, who have the me any relief until my wife got a':
I worth that much. So Le S:1)1: "Oh Harry, do :you know you I

contract to build the cotton oil mills I pnou, you go nsk my daughter.: You be haven't called me Birdie for a whole bottle has of completely this valuable relieved medicine,1which me.W. .- s } WELL, I SHOULD REMARK !N(:>

here, are here today nnpectiufj the but hour!"-New York Journal ,
I careful. Lucille ferry good girl, 8. BKOC'KMAN, Bagnell, Mo.
plitit, which rapidly iifMrui,? com I ferry t-pirittd! girl. !She want lets of This remedy is for sale by all druggists AND ONLY FIW n.\%.*

pletion. lYlaShag.' I Kntlrrlr Different. and medicine dealers. II 'l'01'1 N I111. .

Vijnion; dress himself ferry fine. j Mrs. Tlmmins-John, I must say you ------_ i

with Umtoaniire and wax mnstarhe. i I are the narrowest minded man I CUT For the next TIME: Not a bit of it. The big man I is in New York buyii,. _
FEAST I At Almost t C Cost t 60 days-furuiture :
PYTHIAN jud.dugfrom the size of the bill mut"e
in he ,
and put t-n lots perfume PO he saw. You hate an idea that nobodyis at O.M. i coming \; .
factories close down
vmell like poorer pirUen. Then Le ever right but yourself.Mr. to shortly. and we have to make prepare;
Pryor's to make room for new reception Our fixing will be finished this :!!Jth day of Au '
COM" to Gees: house and come In :: Timniins-T.etter look to home. stock. I u-
TO-NICHT'r. begin selling out the stock:; on hand at prices that would sUrt! .
I ithtes rrora, which was parlor. l"l'- .' Wire you ever willing to admit that were to mention them.CLOTHING .

--- stairs Papa urdolon argufy with his anybody was right oho differed from Ball Bearing keen cutting I
', 1! daughter; to persuade I.t'r to tro down jouVi I SHOES HATS '
i Lawn Mowers at the I UNDERUTU
No. W K. of P. ,
Fidelity Lode and Kvhtiu to 1.1 i; non. Lucille ferry i I Mrs. Timmins-That's an entirely

i issued: invitatiou-s to members quiet; doll aii wir nottin;:. Her !i different! thins, and you know It, John I Willis Hardware.. : Go's- !i!1 In fact, evervtliinir pertaining Men1* Wear and all th- h..-' .

J pa bay: '(!wtl girl, rue ;:irl. You do Tmmits-I.ton: Transcript.Fnthn ufactured. You all know Joe Coleman handles the b -t <.f ,

of enter l lodges anJ all visiting | what jour papa wish' Lucille go If You \'\\llt t Furniture, goy(i don't you? All you want to do is, stop in and we will tell :.

brothers in the city to be ;'recent diw iist.iirs' tmie.' into theo; parlor and I
I "My friend," said! gentleman from __ !
with them tonight at their regular i shut the (1iur. > e JOE COLEMAN'S.
e. e.-
"M.: 1'onrilolon ilon't stay lone here, i the Hub who was doing the liowerj: ,
convention, when Prof. Harry: E. I I Honey and Tar
I : and L.> ;pj see l'i'a Hourilolon : I 'I trust that you are an exponent of the I 21:: SOUTH ",\L.U'o"II i i :
Ur't ham will be installed! Ii ch:!ncel- : and say, 1'sinir. I fink I not j higher!: ideals m the perpetuation of I cures colds, prevents pneumoni&Fishinjtackleofallkinds'

tar command for the finning term ': p-t married jest! M>\\:' \\hat you pure Knghsh.; .-
1 hlean'?' say Papa' 1 unlolon, ferry I "1>afs me ticket guy," said Bleary

Alter the in..tahtj'n! refreshments ':'hot. '1 Fink I like to live bachelor I ISob. "If I spots; any fresh gU)' chuk and good crab nets at the : R. POU $

will be served in tin reception room :snue time lonprir.:; 'You t'ink my 'i In' de posies uut'n de how hn' lingo, It'sI' 'F .. .,

an I toatwill; he made bv several I d..u 'htr hot; luak' you LappyV, Myi me'll slug; 'irn a poke in de slats. See:" Willis Ilardwaer Cos.

; it' ptominent Pythian, who have been (i I daughter; ferry gall eiil, ferry olndi- I' Baltimore News. The finest line of sterling silver I : : : : FEED, LIVERY AND SALE STt.sES

invited to be pP-Pllt. I e:t girl She ;,n down last nijrht to

All are cordially invited and a accept joi.r offer: like! little lamb.' ; lie Couldn't "ay. goods and silver novelties is to be OPEN DAY A FD NIGHT. |3 WlM IlItcllllclH ,, -' .
found at J. I. Prices : -- I
The timid artkt Htephens' to
approached the
good tiin1'uarante"l.. I ioir (!::: tighter, iit'sii-iir. ferry fine :
| J,: 1'1. I nut sprak disrespectful! i.f jour stamp window. "How much will it please all. POU &TJINQLES
--------- :
{ daughter, but I t'ink I dull want : cost to mail this:" Le asked hold.ngup Manager : ,
I, marry jut how' 'If you insult 111) I his drawing.;" B- th, /*I"9 W! You! Have 1'eais; 8''Ii''
tl.mhtH, you insult! mo.e p> out "First lass? asked the clerk. i ) I
Assailants Were Prominent Clubmencf 8 eeelan A1
Tie timid artist blushed. "All
tom.rwIJl'rnin on the side of Mont my ,
that City. friends till me it Is," he replied, "but .uV
IVKiwith' rapiers anti! j u gif niesatisfaction. I
San Frwcibi' >t. 4. }o'l Mar I R. POU at
u Sej t'd .' 'M'sH-iir I iio insult you I I can't s.ijhow It will strike the eiiitor. ., ",
i .ott, jutblishrr ot The San Francisco! or your tkiuiclittr. M.idemoivllo too I ."-rhikiilelphi.i Iteiord. Lay th e dust. J"'oztcanbuy F ,

.ews-Lettt-r. w. s shot at his honn 1.1 l for man like! Mademoiselle garden hose at the Willis 4's
three times and! \\oun.Icl S.
seriously : should lmut'f warrior
) great; great gems' I CABTORXA. Hardware Co.

His assailants were Thonn-. \V'l i eral. She mipkt' fume lady. When she Seau l la KI'd!': h( H3.9 A'\lJYs> Sjjgfj: West Liteudencia Street. Ollice( Phone :31. Reaidemic.. J'

tams .'r. pesijeit: of the C'ahrornii curie in parlor! last. night; I say I 6.g.i rL -

lackey i !ub. and Tiuxtou Heal, a fur "Matleniubello, bj pe:'mission! tf jour ot #/1"/' NKITH EK the captain, owners

rn?r United StatH t s minister to Per i I father I trine to expn-ss for you !I ,, nOI con iBiiet.' nl tbt- Urn The man who nwn t tii I" .\
:b KotlifrticlJ ,
I- s' will h. rn- OPERA HOUSE
-a and' (;r'Htnand a club man oln : adorable sentiments. 1 lint Ions ndmiu II I sponsihle for debts contracted ; <-ure- himself, lit: .i i. -'
!> the crew of aid "S'1.l lI .. .. .. trouble and N
y -- ---- ---- worry
: ,l madoUHiisoIle beautiful
I\IS city. Neither wi'.l:1 say who did jou. you so \ NOTICEI .
I J. K: Cii.vMi n, I
Tile shooting, hut Marriott says that : so !gentle, so PH"!. would like I h<'r .bj i\fii Hint on the l l-Ib day of !4..p- W S KeyserAln.. Laptain: I INKITHKK Ilon11m" A ) (' \Lrixn\\L.: rune ins rent, and the! r.
't was \\ llam.!: ;;. I tak you on my lescut l like little pit I ti-inh... A. !II 1 I'.>_, al InnViook a. in lb,. .. itt : no terrors for him. It > I
---- -- -- home
uniln-lijot-a will a f
apply to the Houorahlx nowadayTh "
the follnwiii amount of the shoot l'inh.: I offer yon my heart ray hand 'Ihoi., R \IC"uI1Agh.I'I'UIlI" )' Jalstof K..- the captam,owners Watson & Co. (" Fi: '
und ail of whuh! i-Hiiilim County the court hou-. nor consignees of the Kr mIosfrtpj ONE iniEEK.ilMMLM'IMi .
HAT arei ,
'! my [ '< *. Call
lX was given by Marriott before !hov j i :'in the CJty of -uiKCiila. for action upon : | will be responsible i si yiti and -e.
?,, put unui anaesthetics at the ling; i I not f.Kil < nca.h f'rII: dlxinu", 1 pot I LIT petition for the allotment of dower .n tor debts contracted by the (' = i -- ---
D:ul: i i no (t rtllt'r.'our daughter line ;girl I the real estate 01 Usury rleiftVr, Ih.c..d. crew ot laid vIIsiel. I Pyny.nalsan1Stopett? 1
i 8 copy wlncli prtition is now ou liar 1D JAM CA-SAJ1.
"An appointment was made by tel ar.tful! ;girl, brave pill bhe ilevr\e ,, the... court of -aUI County Jiul flUici.tKA iVasacolaLunib .ri'o. Captain I I MONDAY, SEPT. 1 1. and ClalCloJy an..; llnrIM.mn1Jo.O.,., '" ,
: a general for a Ln>!!Mii'L What you "I.Jllwtd I'm. EI F.H. (OlUQfCS 4,it
>.nhon for a n1.'.'tin by Truxton Uea: I
I'lnk .she do? the not sp<-<'k; she u>l 1'1\11\: tt; M\Tfltli\l
Aoowt 9 o'.Iork Deal and Williams .
look at Her all time the t .
me. i-jes ---- -
,'.me to lay house. I answered th> '
lloor.! Sudden she lak' Ion I 4: knife! from Green: Watson & Co. TilE 1 EI.FHKAlrl-:
'; :
oor nijhHfVhin reaching to take :, the folds of her dress and tLrow it at V
:heir hat, off U<'al struck me a heavy I
' me so hard that when I dodge; so it Boston
+ low in tht i .<* and made ur.Pthc I I t
can't s'uJ h it strike window L
me ui
H. '
slash 11.\ LLI 1)\ Y A ( 0'S 01.1) STAND.
at meith his fiht. j casinj and stand tL re. L'Url(11Iln inch I' "IRESTagP "I-

'"Smash him, the --" eriedVi!' i in the wixxL Hy.; r, she inl'ht' tinegirl !. o,0
t I Ideal Co.
Iiams. I Ill'! Uourdolonr: Opera

"I tied as the blow on the foiehead' "If you no tiuk 1 tdl truth. If you Saturday and .
Monday Tuesday
almost blimitd! me. I thin started I no t'ink this ferry tine joiing: lady iKi II 35 ARTISTS. I

upstairs anti Willianus! : Logan; shoot whit I sajli >k up there (poluticjf! to 3 3III

+ in;:." I the window l'll..inl.; and you see place, A Great Show of Exclusive PRE.SENTINO STANDARD AND eN

The first shat fired shattered Mar: where: tae knife! stuck in the n eU(1." GRAND OPERAS.

riott'a I lift leg below the Icuee and i I raised IEJ: eyes, and there, sure (

he fell to the Ioteps.s be rolled to i 1101111, was a dii-p cut. "' Shirt Waist Patterns ; GRAND ORCHESTRA A
the bottom of the stairs two more I "Neday :M. I'.ourdulon: shut up ..

bullets! into him Ono uiaUiiaoisille i in thus Louse. : NO TWO ALIKE. i, Large and Handsome Chorus.
"I not come ln-re till the great earthquake DAILY MENUS
nit through the thigh a fen inches be. : "aA

law the tip, passing clear! through'the : ten years ao. Cftrjbody French Flannels Crepe de Chine Albatross ''' feUMMKU PIIICKS:
frightened to death. 1 here !
run by Comprise all ti.
leg. The other struck ..
'n 13, 25, OS fxiicl 3Oc.
the lUkt hand I I and 1l1t'. Hourdolon stick her head Morie Velour, Louzine, Etc all extremely I Date Dihe= t:.' ',' .-

:Mrs.: Marriott; came to the heed I out of window and call to me to go gt t nobby for Seats on Sale Friday kets of the \VLadies' f(
things Fall
prlebt. oI1J1'l.tly die: ?' I ask. 't.;o !pet early wear.
of the stair in time to we b..r hus- : Alloed "
nand fall Then it is claimed, the j i i, priest"' 1 run and meet priest Tatlier. !:110 Pieces Shirt Waist Cloths at ONE NIGHT ONLY, .< AA
I say 'come quick to !give absolution. 1 15c yard
I revolver was turned in her 9LUE31'S .
: '
I I I l I bring; priest In here in tlieesferry *
1 ana two more shots were flred. Ono I I I room M r.uunlolon nut hen-_ 10 Pieces Shirt Waist Cloths at 25c yard Tuesday, Sept. PrivaU .a
1'J.: SE'd.Itl! I inches
of her beat, I
Williams lie pone to look after his proixrty. ---_ !i ..
said Nobody here but Mllo. Lucille; r.o, one I II I
t \Vs. Beal auJ myself did the snoot- more-Jtan le Fevre. That priest Lad In order io make room for New Goods we will Dining Parlor.I(

dug, but there Is nothing! to say We to marry them two. Just! when he fin- ,I sell any Silk Petticoat in I I
our store at II Realistic --
roEsldered It our. duty to punish :Marriott ish there was terrible rumble of the I Reproduction
for publishing! an article reflecting earthquake, and mademoiselle gay New York Cost.We i 01 1HF. Regular Dinner DailY

upon the reputation of a )oun, 'That the kind of salute for a bride.'

lady." Then she sh w Jean the cut and laugh Lave Just F -
Received -
. and say: '1 pretend to be crazy mad. another Shipment ot Beautiful Embroideries. JeffriesFitzsimmons= eI
I The Price will be Short Order Frump'
n and
Largt Rice Shipment I could Lave hit him if I had chosen.I 25c yard. I

San Juan. F R., sept 4.-The "tl'am. I missed him on puipose.' 1 Ii i Filled. Night or Oa .....

er San Juan arrived here yesterday: : I thanked the old man for hIs story New Flannelette and Outing Flannels ...

with 50,000 bags of rice from New I and then, ordering another bottle of I ,
Ift' Something ;
Orleans. This is the largest single Ruse and setting It before him, paid 8,10,12 and 16c yard. i you wish, you'ii! A,

shipment of American rice ever ii- my I 111 and strolled forth Into the CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT !

reived here. The first British steamer street. I have always since been Interested : Nick Apostle'sPopular ::

to come i into San Juan this year In the old house, which must H-UOUMv-8

ako arrived here esterday. She let hate been recently buried under the GREEN WATSON & CO. I - Restaurant. YJJ,1aJ'a1 =

the Ansleiaa de Larrinaga, from LJr- second eruption of Moat Telee. :I Admission 25 and 50 Cents.
.rpool. I F. A. ITCnEI.I YJ4111i
I. -- -- l I Telephone 193. I I II Ir I 1
eIv huhsCribeforTAF\Ews l<): per week, 'I Seats on sale at Coe's Bookstore. yTHE \) v

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