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 19, 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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Special to The Dally News.
I Ala, Sept. 18.Presl
Atlanta Sept 18.-The resolution ,
dent Roosevelt was indorsed by the Republican

expedition Failed to Reach North state contention yesterday convention I Introduced ot Tnc&iiav the! 1'i.itel morning Brotherhood in the Forces of Provisional Government

on a very cruse vote, and alter the
of Carpenter and Joiners of America

Pole. most earnest pleading on the part of In session in this city to appropriate! Defeated.Special

the office-holders. 'ice convention tio.onii for the relief of the !striking .

then nominated for governor the gentleman .{.,d, Iminens in the anthracite region
--- --' ---- who had led the opposition to in Pennsylvania, was yesterday morn

The Daily News. | u__ >._ _ iiis Indurl>"nl. The indications IL-I; pReed unanimously

teem to be that the president is not I Cenciiil Secretary: and TreasurerFinnic I to The Daily News:
\; s S-pt. IS.-Th- p.a'1 af'oss Wraith Sound my Eskimos,
i ii strong with the Alabama Duffy will forward a check for
j ji 'with their Ix-lmings) were landed nt Republicans 'ape Ilaitien Haiti Si t'lJt. lh.-Thofurcea DINNER TO BE
.1.i \ \.1'1 steamer jI who are nut office' holders and it looks that amount at once, probably today
I [' hfled! gulf. The Windward then : ot the provisional goeinmtLtt
'ii I C. t:. Ptarj on hoard like the band of blue-blooded converts to William B. Wilson of Indianapolis! ,
( I started south, reaching and leaving and treasurer of the Haiti, commanded bj the war IUIL.
general secretary GIVEN CROWN PRINCE
"' i I.' : ii !lay from Cape ibiUe. I Cape York the afternoon of August !' over which the Alabama Republicanshave United Mine Worker's association.The ister, General Nord, have sustained a

U.aiii are \\cli. JjcutenattMi'ii.tion : I :"(6. 'I been rejoicing may per ire bt:- severe deft at at l.imbe.)
donation! of the rarpl'nt'rs111 --
,1\ "The Windward arrived at Chateau come thorns in the flesh of the admin be immediately applied to the needso General Nord, at the head of ::i,00"I .

; did not reach the ,I'bay, Labrador, Sept. 14, and sent dis- L:tratb n, the host of striking miners. men, attacked Limbe at 9 o'clock! yesterday :Special to The Daily News:

'. !lour we made most impor- patches. The year at Prayer Harborwas In a resolution! which was adoptedthe The following telegram was yesterday : morning and after desperate New YOI k. S 'pt. IS.-A dinner will I

:,"!.i discoveries.! We are passed comfortably, though an Republicans of Alabama accept sect by Mr. Puffy to President fighting, lasting three: hours the general be given at Metropolitan club Irh !

-iU'1. to get back to ci\iliM- anxious strain caused by the ravagesof the new state constitution, but disclaim! John Mitchell, of the :Mine Worker i abandoned his position guns and "nor of the crown prince of Siam, l

disease among my faithful people all responsibility for its enactment.The association: war munltK>ns and left a great num who Is to sail from England on Oct

.' nt to the club the following was not light.: Food was abundant.The following ticket was nominated "John Mitchell Wilkesbarre, Pa.: ber of dead and wounded, including 3 to visit this country on his way to
northern sled trip In the several generals, the field.
springwas on
: !..e twelfth general convention of the
: -;l1' operations of the expo his home in Bangkok; The prince
arduous, but not marked by spe- United Brotherhood of and The population of Cape Haitien lain
: cc An?, 1ft. 1501: Governor J. A. W. Smith, of Bir Carpenters will be entertained by a member of
cial exposure, suffering or danger Joiners of America, now assembledIn a state of anxiety The enemy, to
mingham. the Presbyterian board of foreign mis.sions .
!Irk, Harbor. the -
on more than Is necessarily Incidental to Atlanta Ga., appropriates for the the number of 4,000 well armed men,
Lieutenant governor, Charles P. ao; the representative of the
i Aug. 29. The party
is advancing! the place
serious arctic work on
relief of the miners row out on a
I'': .H\e-: Harbor Spt. 16. cross- Lane of Huntsvtlle.Secretary board. The dinner! although givenin
and eat. Another battle before the town h
"Equipment personnel were strike In the anthracite coal fields, the
,. iv partly by sled and part. of state, J. II. Carter, o' imminent. behalf of the Presbyterian board,
sfactory and further advance was vetoed sum of $]nfn0.. Frank Duffy." !
i 1.1"11 walking across Beford condition Cullman. will be In no sense confined to a
by Insuperable One of the most Important matters
'. 1 a week later my Eski- has board the 1nstruments Attorney general, \V. II. Armbrocht. missionary or a religious; aspectFIRST
The Windward on to come before the convention for r.
tfall sick! of Mobile. DREW LINE ON
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and arctic library
consideration will!! l he presented within t
,\ r< sir[ adults and sit:: abandoned! by the Greeley f>v Auditor T. B. Mc :air, of Marshall the next day or two in the natureof INDIANTO

> .a1:: -arly all the edtion[ and numerous specimens ol county. a solution calling for the Inauguration BLACK PATH

\ .\t' i'Imt nut of danger. natural history, bear musk:: ox, reindeer Treasurer, II. Lee Brown, of Cone- of an 8-hour work day for I CET PENSIONSpecial

and walrus skins. tub county. carpenters over the entire United I

"The skeleton of a two-horned nag Superintendent of education J. C I States and Cauada.MILLIONS .

whale, a rare arctic specimen| alJ Fonville, of Crenshaw county. Special to The Daily News.
I Kihmoni. Va.. :5":: ,',[. 18.-Prety
living! specimens[ ; musk ox, walrus, Commissioner of agriculture, T. C to The Dally News.1afelgn .

arctic hare and Eskimo lags are :\IO ton, of Faette INMONEY Elizabeth Kennedy leading; lady ol \ N. C". Sept. ]!8.-The stat4
JinKs of the Horse Mrinfs" :\-
the "Captain
board. pension! board ha< plan on the roll .
t on J. A. W. Smith, the nominee for governor created consternation
"The anchor and chain lost by Erik is a son of the late Hon. V. H company refused oappear the first and only Indian pensioner. J
MOVING here when she positively
He Is Cherokee and from Chcrokea
last summer I if on hoard. The Pram a ,
Smith: : who was Republican governorof : Music
at the Academy
i and in ISC:! enlisted !hI
I left Godhoun about Aus. 20 bound IM county April. ,
Alabama during the rcronstru'tT.I..ri I at the theater
the dressing room .
home. She has been In Soner sound, I the Sixty-ninth! North Carolina regl
.rind, and ib !I. prominent lawyer oJ i was first kalsomined. The reason -
from whence it Is understood explorations I pedal! to The Daily News. II went serving gallantly; until the eni
this city.M'COVERN. or this was that Black Patti who
His In Cherokee Is
madet3 thr northwest l.anks! of the war. name
were : Chicago. Sep: lh -<(<'llInl! 'l
i I : : i IIPIWUd: her !last week, tad used the
Diver Cannos-Kus-KIt and in Englishis !
One death (a fireman) Is reported are shipping\ from $l.a''U."\'" to J2.0'W-: i ;
room to make her toilet, and
since.! Others on board said to oa I >ki(' to the country bank of the north Armstrong Cornsiik.! There were

well. The little schooner I'orgrtMNot. -* and northwest and south and south objected to dressing in a two full! companies of Cherokees enlisted I
room co recently used b> a negress. I
which was caught in the Ice at west s-vtions of the country to meet and to these others were added

I cii!Haven last year i H no'.v on he: CORBETT FIGHT the demand of the farmers for actual The Academy attendants were>kept until they formed Thomas' battalion. ,
f cu.ea
busy the whoe day trying to s
wato St. John." currency to )pay the expenses: of harvesting the
kalsominer, )but all the firms
Ti! ;, teport. signed by Peary. Is al -- and marketing the grain crop. city \\tlre so busy that it was Impossible Nut Doomed For Life I

''I dn "ed; to Secretary H. L Bngman, Special to The Daily News.IxMllAVllie The movement is in eXCess of last : to secure one. Finally a compromise "I was treated for tbree years by

of the P-d'v Antic club. Pt-ary w.l'! ; h' .. Sept IS.-Tho In-; j ear's shipments although the hanest.inp ) was reached and after the ?ood doctor?," writes \V. A. Greer,

go to Ni >v York tomoirowMAN'S j'lwtinn suit fihd b\ Attorney Goner season is far from bean? over. It room had been completely disinfectfrd ;McUonnelUville! ()., fur Piles and t

t: .rm\.tvr PEiKT. L> PI aU Tih'sdax to prevent the coiti is estimated that over $.('1,0110 will and iltwdorized Miss Kennedy J Fistula, but, when all failed, liuck- f

>t hdwt'E'n11: Govern and Young have been shipped by Chicago banks, agreed to make her toilet and the I en's[ Arnica Salve; cured me in two P
1'! ", in January llskumis canto PERILOUS in bills of $::, $10 and $20 denomination I I.
C'oibett from taking place here net tio't-holders were not: dteapiHHntel; week*.'' Cure: Hums, Hruip, Cut,

-, ; IUr."iltLk, bricslng news Monilay: night. Sppt. 22. was present d I to the farmers of the Missouri by the announcement that "there will! Corns,Hore", Eruptions, Halt Ilheum f.,

!.< rava
i,{h tt.i- tiiln Word wai tent away for the season. This large nnbtrte's drujj !;tore. I
in the Jfei5m circuit court today. I
,.' "x !b i tl- -.- scouts for as maaj amount of money is not considered an -
.>! I.-- ,a J\\'r:; ab. could conic ta iue, The defendants presented an answerID I indication! of abnormal conditions by SWORD ,
refuted ORDERS
the petition in they I
iiirt I''." ti.f! <'I..d! of the month they hen Special to The Daily News.Chicago. I all the allegations; made by the attorney local bankers who have kept closelyIn I PARIS SHORT

HTIVILK( In February a large; with the situation. Some
Sept. 18-Suspended only general. They denied that Cor touch I

>t 'of iiof tood was establishedt by his hands, Mc-Naughton Wright a bet and -Govern would fight, for aj I state that the first time in four or five ABOLISHEDSpecial OF FUNDSt I

api- Louis Napoleon, some Cn prominent member ot the hoard of prize; that the contest has noen artvnrtistM ':, years the hanks of this city were able

n'nth n: Sabine. On March :Sdrie trade, hung between life and death as a price fight: ; that it is to mt''t the demand lor current v"I

.\ : patty of six sleds In for 20 minutes at the top of a gram It < which [i"i' inevitable at thl "'> I
and that is News
in violation of the law. to Tl*? Dally : t"TheyiMH1.New I
&" "t Hi run left for Gangor. Oa chute in the Rock Island Ueator.When withoutpeneniiiig\ any trouble. I
a postponement of a fight which wa< Earl Dun-
II St'pt. IS The :
r t New York -A deficit
'i L lesuied lrrri'ht was exhausted have taken before the
to place
I Ca.nadian t
v -is. Kiting Percy in charge donald. the new commander of the public funds here is becoming as troublesome .
and on the i point of releasing Athletic chub of Hartford. Conn.
lljibor. meg/ I militia, has just issued a sweep
r CongcT was JUDGE B. ADAMS as the national deficit say
his: hold, which would have meant The answer further states that the .
: lu, 1:: marches arriving with- order, abolishing: the sword as a
: : a fall of
.:' "r two of the advance par floor of an empty bin and almost:; certain fighters: : that the contest will not !. cavalry weapon, says Montreal dispatch ol lond,,". The authorities; are now
\1.! fupiKirtIng; partof Eski- elevator to The Times. Mounted troops, tax of one-half of
death. He had entered the under :Marquis of Queensbery rate collecting a new

"'lining: from Ganeor brought: to insi*>ct some whpat.Iak. an.1 l that each contestant will! he pa' I Lord Dundonald declares, must dependfor 1 per cent on rentals in order to sup-

'h! ,< nistniments, chronometers the chute efficiency on the rifle and he r1' lost by the remission
ing a mis-step he fell into the same amount for his services.In ply the revenue
.('.tJi-: library Ruht; march'sic tout succeeded in clutching the edge the course of the hearing arsti Special to The Dally News: ommends that officers an.1 men fit of the taxes on so-called "hygienlsdrinks"'wine

us to Cape llecla Tno ant hangng! by his hands. Mr. ments were prfnted by attorne:'? Savannah, Ga.. Sept. lh.-The resignation themselves to obtain musketry certificates beer and cider. To

..:.i! of Robinson channel was all Wright'! calls for help! were finally for both sides and depositions taken of Judge Samuel B. Adams, as The carbines now in use will!! meet the further deficit' of $1.100,001npxt ;

"'fc'S to the Greenland coast heard by an employee, who pulled him yesterday were filed as evidence. city attorney, was offered and accepted L@ replaced! gradually by rifles. year, due to the increased expend

''I.' ''.* the supporting party reAirl out He falntrtl! then, and was un- --- at the mating of the city council I II I diture on public works, the prefect

:; 1 started northwarl conscious! for nea'lv! an hour, BO great: I last night. Judge Adams read the II I has suggested; ; surtaxes on coal, butter .

e Polar sea with Hanstn. four had been the -.train FIRE RAGING resignation himself, expressing the MORE OIL STRUCK : game, poultry meat, cheese etc. i
>. an.! six sltvln. Old Woes ('07- I
I satisfaction it had afforded him toserve It Is doubtful whether the governmentwill
., with snow and intt'l1if'I-tE"1
IN TIMBERSpecial the city. Be.ore the LOUISIANASpecial to this step
't i_ '!IA ridge; and lanes of 'FRISCO FEELS
.'f 15'ere encountered from the thou was accepted Mayor :\ reslgnl'l

some of the aldermen testified
we left the ice FUNERAL OF* kind! of traveling except) t SEISMIC JAR to The Daily X"s: appreciation of the services Judge "

w of young Ice as found brdi Denver, Colo, Sept. IS.-Forest fire Adams has rendered the city. Colonel to The Dally News 1

j i *h expedition of 1S76. After are sweeping bare of timber sections William Jarrard. Hon. J. Ferris Cans Alexandria. La Sept. IS.!_A spec-ill NICHOLAS FISH.

.l s open lead floea In motio to The Dally News. of the Rocky mountains from tho Wyoming and F. M, Oliver are mentioned for to the Alexandria Record states that

>imtered. As we advanced Special I line to Central Colorado. New the succession to the position. oil has: been struck at Ausemla Butte, I .ct;
San Fraiiii-n' .-, n- i I' --A slight! 'h La. 40 miles from
'tecamw smaller, the pressure fires are reported daily and mu< j near Lafa>ette. ,
t mrthquaKe !iho -k uaicit i in this city fine timber heretofore untouched by Alexandria. It is expected that agusher Special to The Dally News.
r-> 1')' grander scale, and tIll
Each at 3: 15 o'clock tuik morning. N. the devouring flames has been wiped I will result within 48 hours, in New York Sept. IS! .-The funeral of
i It more frequent SUITS
k 4. ,-h was more perilous an:I damage wad done.JEWELER out or else Is now burning without which event a steady supply of fuel Nicholas Fish hanker and diplomat,

hope of being saved! oil will bo had for the numerous oil-! who died on Tuesday In Roosevelt hoapital. -
ia < 'Uourse: { deflected west by
PILINC UP burnin furnaces of Alexandria and was held today at St Mark I '
f. n "iI.l't>r of the Ice. Finally a: t
IN HIS A Certain Cnre fur Dysentery and vicinity. Episcopal church. The pallbearer
':-ti latitude northwest of Hec
Diarrhoea. were G. P. Wetmore, Charles A Pea-
!"':ar pack became Impractici- I '
NEW STANDI "Home years ago I was one of a Schooner Wrecl i further efforts to advanceE
Special to The Daily News:
party that Intended making a long San Francisco Sept. 18.-Th3 Sb rm .George W. Folsom, Q m.
"& up. New leads and pres-
it**. with foggy weather ma lo"irr bicycle trip," says F. L. Taylor, of Columbus Miss., Sept. 18.-Damagssu'.ts schooner Southern Cross, belonging to wander Rogers, U. S. N.; Frank N.

t : in some respects more try.> have moved my jewelry store te New Albany, Bradford county, Pa. against the Southern Railway the London Missionary! society, was Pend>ton, Dr. J. Mc(}. Woodbury, Tal.

i- / "4l1 the advance. Hecla was 120 South Palafox, formerly occupied "I was taken suddenly with diarr Company on account of the Berry wrecked !Sept. 1 on the eastern sIde bot Olyhpant, Louis L. Lorillard, Gey.

i\ Co. and am now about the Ala., wreck, are piling up In the courta. of the Island of Tahiti near th hare E. Dewltt and Richard Martin. Thinterment ,
"Ufl1 April 29. and Cantor May 3, by Bass'cf. hoea, and was to give up :
Ward of the Thirty-seven suits hue been filed nj bor of Paposte. There were a num- was at Garrison, on the
i 'a B Oasjor May 6 Cape Sabine better prepared than ever to give trip, when Editor ,
that to date, the total of which! amount ta ber of passenger! on board, but all Hudson.
watches ville ,suggested
Cached on the 13th.: A few bargains in diamonds, Lacey Messengcr
great J200.000. Ike Chandler anothervictim The rwsal was broken
I rescued.
.t ..a..rH\ went north as far a? etc. Call and see me and I take a dose of Chamberlain's Colic, I over were THE SANTA ROSA
jewelry of s 'rtou& Injury on this flt to pteees oa the coral-bound shorn
'p* V-u;& Napoleon to complete the Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I.. 8CKP BATHING KSTABLISHMENT
let convince you.J. disaster was rece1.
me fated train, died this afternoon. Tie nw of the
of Bobbit bay returning tfo I. STEPHENS. purchased a bottle and took two :
"' 't'ae. I ed by the steamer Marlpoia. in the warm gulf waters is
i Th Ice broke up earlier! doses, one before starting and one on Bathing

.*.- 1M1, and Prayer Harbor was at almost cost for the The Saving of a Few cents on a bottleof conceeded to he the finest in the
I made trip successfully -
CASTOn.tA.IJ. the route. F UCUILUPO 60 days to make
,!>d almost continuously. Tlieward for for with
; Nara I'afs' Bti' and never felt any ill effect. room for new stock. Vanilla Extract will not atone world. Everything pleasure

, : bored her way through thai th a Again last summer I was almost 0. M. Pryor. the annoyance of having dessert safety. Good board and lodging, by

. ,,! entered the harbor the morn. 8'err. completely ran down with an attackof that is "just a little otl" in flavor. the day or week. Luncheon prompt* ,

. .k Aurj 5, and fat> out again I dysentery. I bought a bottle of Ball Bearing keen cutting Always buy BUr1l tt'B. ly served at all Lours, day or night.

.. -r .:e aftemwa with scarcely 15'! Fleiscbman's Compressed Yeast, this same remedy and this time one Lawn Mowers at the H. BURTON
Balsams from the Northern Wooden
r 'we to spare before the harbor fresh daily and on ice, at the West dose cured me. Bold by drug 2m-tf Manager.
and medicine dealers. Willis Hardware Co's. m 1'F.J-B&Iwu.Ue fertui core foe coorfa.
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. \\\lfl I I I SHORT STORIES. I II :

... n ,, : :-rJ I II I The number of election districts In :

I : r j ::.! ; ; I I: X. \\ Yt>rk.: 1.5 ;7 last year. will! U; 1,543 11:8-0

, iLlsh'JU U SAM <>t'Mi.i1)1' .

/ the 3Ti Ii ait-ulHTs of the natioruil I

I J \\' house of n'pr'- "lItltin's only twenty

I 1 three have nfxt-r been ni:>rrh',I. BEERS
f Jim Dumps gazed out on sidewalks hot i a Inst.iiJ of I'Uildinj in sin-tious. as i h-

|i cu>toin Ty. n steel stack 140 Meet Ion;?:
And looked in vain for one cool spot; Guaranteed Pure !
ii was recently elevated in Wtst AlUany.
And vowed he ne'er again would eat
I 4 A lunch of heat-producing meat. : |1 N Y. None So Good.Sold .

r.iisiiiobi aiuouitint to ener !.f\ft).-
I Once more has "Force" restored his vim
,, iXH.1 a day is the ruonnousolumc Everywhere.
; Although 'tis hot, he's "Sunny Jim." standing to the credit of the l"lIit..11 i

States Steel corrn-ratiou. --

There are in the United States about Medical Society, Attention.
I I I 13r><>0.0o families, and 1 IHT vnt oi There will be a regular meeting of
J I Ii 'I these own more than half of the age itic rtiisitcola Meaical Society at

! .' '.. 4? K jai tai asl j: n'atl' wealth if the country. ;h.. R'uird nf Health otr(' at 8

i ... I The days of the": "mammothein" of o'clock p.m. Tuesday. Sept. 2S.:
| coal, often exceeding UK) feet In thickness visiting physicians are cordially I
nvitttd to attend.
are coming to an end and much
of anthracite is now obtained from
seams two to four feet thick.A OR. L. DF.M. BI.OCKKK,

recent conference of the German u25ttf Secretary.

,. liaj'tis. brethren iu Pennsylvania de
FORCE 9 eided that the members may insure

their !lives provided they do not insure If you wink the very best I

with companies which are in any way ice cl'fllmfreeer at th every ,
connected with secret organizations.The .
lowest price the Willis
Cered United States iroduces about
1"1:0 1tealptoScrve ;
e' I one nfth of the world's crop! of wheat. Hardware Co. can please

Argentina, of which only one-sixtieth 'you.
F.ORCQ of the land U now under the plow. is
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capable of yielding four times our

nun in nt. or twenty four times as much tVL LILY h+ClIlDUL

ns she is now producing.Klondike .

maKes comfort possible Meat Men to Combino. KLKCTICIUTKKMIHALUAILWAY '

.e Seattle U'a.h.; Sept. 18,-A special COIl'Y..
on a sweltering day. to the Pont-lntellig t>ncer from
Trains leave Pensacola lor the Little
eon; says: l>itw im meat mm Daw'I'
Rayon Mig Cayuu. Warrlngton, Nary Yar
ganizing: a combination to and Fort Barrancaa at

stock in the Klond. \ij. The combine rt:*<> a. m.arrive at Fort Karraocai T:15a.a
will have to take care nut only of ai! 10.UU. m.arrive at Fort harraneaa 10:44 Lm
1:00: p.m.arrlve.t "'ort Barrancas 1:46p.B
e the stock on hand but all that have 1:80< p.m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 4:19 pa
Lean contracted for, the value of :15p.m. arrive at Barrancas ':00 II ..
"8:00 p.m.arrln.t Kort Barrancai aWp.a
"Which will amount to more than f l.nmxOPO. Trains leave Fort Barrancas hem*.

i Restaurants, hotels and large cola at7:16a.m.

.. mining companies are laying in large arrive at Honnacola ...... 800.. A
1 1 11:1* p m. arrive at I'lIn8aool..1It p...
malt-eaten colI! stocks in anticipation of a sharp rite 2:00 p, m. arrive at Pensacola..__ 2:44 ....
Sweet, crisp Malta of wheat and in prices. 6iiu p m arrive at onsacola ...__ 6:49 p >a
/ 7:00 p. m. arrive' Pensaoola.__. 7t: p,
'11.0 p. m. arrive at Peniaoola. __ lHp..
New York Bank In Trouble. tialnrdayi only

Syracuse, X. Y., Sept. IS--Chief FABI FOB WIIE DATA
Helps Him to Keep Cool. Peniaoola to Fort Barrancas and return feePensacola
Bank Examiner G. B. Leonard today,
to Navy return
or'lI I find since eating It-and I want It t'l'Pryf IMPeniaoola
'Force' Is! a blessing to hot humanity. under instructions from Superintendent to Palmetto Beach and return Ut
morein"-that I am able to IN through a hot day with much more comfort than when
1' 1 ud: to cat hearty meat Lrcak! :t:;. It Lao. tanlrht me how to live. -.. of Hanks Kilbournf, took chargeof SUNDAY IOHIDUDI.
l\amt furl ISed 011 appl1catloll.) the New York State Banking company open When permits the running o

and cloyed its doors. The bankis Leave Pensasola.t Lv Fort BarrkBMi l
in trouble owing to notes of th? a. m. 10 a. m. I
llt.m.1p.m., U m.
Onondaga: Dynamo .company of this 9 p.m.
city, which failed last week. Ip.m 8 p.m.
Bank of England Profits. tIe Ua'med His Entire: Family I p. m p.m.
\ t 1-HnliTM )Mark I JEWELRY JOTTINGS. 4p.m6p.m. p m.
I I LI'l1Ill1n, S"pt. lh.-At the semi-aa San'rar;/'isrn, Sept. 18. -Judge; l'SKI: KOK I'MTMOMADr. 6 p,m.
mark r
.1!: : or "I"illl"| (
nna! ,mnt of the Bank of I'ngland ti> I riavius Manns; chief justice of Tahiti, J. C. Bishop of Agnew. Micb., I p. m. 1.m
Hi! "
111:11| uiall and diamonds
: <| 1111 ", it-arls are preferred
da\ the chairman announced hat the was a the .ay"i have used F"II'HIIIe./ iI | TABS FOB 6U1eDAYPensacola
passenger :
I I on steamer Manposa -
: >l under tin former. as oniaiuwits fur comb tops. to art lUrraneatlard Nary
I II net profits ttir the six months coding from Tahiti. Judge :Marlus! I Ia is I and Tar in three very "every cap of i and return._._,___._ Bt
i.j.\ the nr>t mid hist K-t- Cut amethysts form the top of some pneunioiiia with good results in every Ptoiacola to Palmetto braoliF and
I .is 'M W. rtl "'IUf'o! tio." Son I AUK SI! were $3.i'f.l.; nf6, making tffe native of :Martinique and his entirn very beautiful single: spoons amour of the reserve fund against family was (destroyt by the flow from :
-" nf o.vlaumtiiw or inli. ( and white glass lit n moire I D'Alen.berte,121 $. Palafox. freight eiTed after 6:11p.ID.
its continRent !liabilities at that date $H.- Moot Poleo His wife and childrenhad I
original it
I'lirity pattern iippears iu vases, rose IHVS .
too: ,74ii. The usual six months' divld gone to the West ladies !
,1 i.o d ill, -is in tin '-ul of 5 per cent was declared.In relatives. The steamer upon whloliMr. .
'lUt'iUHnI The jeweling of umbrella and parasol
I >" .. ctoiKl for "I.," the :Marius was expecting them hom-s handles <;iiiu-i.-cs[ in general the turquoise TRY THE' SIN T tUMN !

.11." >n of joy. The para- Mrs. Maybrick's Behalf. brought him the news of the eruption aii).'thj>:t and topaz.In .
.1 Cnt'k; ..I.." the initial ('hic-agn, Sept. lh.-A mass meeting of IVIee and its awful results. The
tinway of rings is noticed n new
I' J''rlrnJlh.: The early will be held Oct.I! at the Auditoriumto Justice is on his way to Paris upon of. and el,.1 rmlll!; single novelty cornixiscd -

,\.1 l .! dIf'r ti. show raise money tor an effort to secure flcial husiness.Iinaering.
of ii duster! of small sapphires, !'IluareShIJIf'I
': '- -< mete was objection- I the liberty of :Mrs. F1ort'r.laybrlC'lt.. i 1 TIME TABLE.
: \. the center of which is set witha
I .!I.I I ''v out olltnave I She had been in an Hngliah prison for I : -- Siinnncr----- ColiU.Don't tine Brazilian opal.\ These sapphiresare

1.:! years on a charge of having: poison LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE; RAILROAD. I
o'.rrle of
on n mntt goldelaborately
let i cold run at this !sea"on.
.s Great Boat Race. I < d her husband StnatofIason., I Hummer cold are the hardest kind to : chased.Jewelers'Circular1Veekly. 1N EFFECT DM'EMIIER 1, !1101 .
? >pt. IS -A telegram I I Clarence Harrow :Miss Jane
and Adam
cure and if neglected may linger New Orleans and Mobile.
-'.wk says that on thj >ak.Irs.. of I I --- -- -
will! 1Jt Mary McKilip. along for month'. A long; siege! like -
.l" arrival cables The the :Mott home, is oicitinj! signaturesto this i will pull down the strongest constitution. I I I \o.8. !\oo... So.!. So 8. No.1 Nol.
'oudent at Ix>n -; for Mrs. : One Minute Cough Cure
a petition Maybrick's release. I
l I ":Ma : 1p i 12 a 1.a\"m.l'lomaton Leave ::tit I' YWI p T:26i: jp
.'ruts T New York Inn will break up the attack at once. I II 11:011 a.::!! p 1 2:55 a Leave ... Mobile _. Leave I::$I n't 12'16 0 0:00 p I

iM>i pt. IS a grand ra** I I Sife. surf, acts at once. Cures ==- _..-:2p- '-7:50 a_ Leave-'.-New Odeans Leave- _-I W:I'P_ -!.:x-, a-- -
.:,!p''s boats, manned by all Druggist Kills 'Himself.: concha, colds croup bronchitis, all 4htnignatrre I* on every tax of the gpnnJUxativc ::: I I- North. '

:Miss. IS. Shrlton throat and lung trouble The child.i Bronio Quinine T bu-t! .
it 'rfc:>outeil! at the port Jackson: :Sept: -

!i ,n >uifrom Russian! anl.rni4s. \1Tite a leading druggist and oriil i j, mi like it. Hargi Pharmacy John I I the rcuiody that curta: a told In one CaI .J'. No !. No. 4. So. 1 No.8.

." \\ took plate In till favorite, was found dead in his room Sheppard, Kidney Kahn. i-- ---- 1Iipm; UIipm L"Ii.Pt'n'aeola. ...Arrtve IJOpm: 0:00amII ,
: 11:1; :
a m 8:57: pm Arrive Montgomeryheave a m' ilpm I
:I'' \\ ,itT. In the eveningt yesterday morning. lie left a letter ii 11 :SS am tIU'4pm Arrive... Bh mtnghant: ...1.cave 1laam .:''J5pmI
I The Beer I 7:1)5pin sloa 11Arrlv... ..... Sa8U\'IU. ... Leave ..... ... I
L', ,-i: in onor of the AmerMi1 for his business partner' saying h" GRAND EXCURSION 2:5)am n98am Arrive ....Loutevtlle..Leave P:15pm/ ; !:4. am
mi I'tu'i. was bathed and needed only a bladj: I 1 1:_'lam 1IVam; Arrlv..l.lnl'lnnatl..l..ave 1I:1.'pm 1IHipm

coat a white tie and a pair of shoes: That Made @f fI -.Mam_ ENIXriril:. i\TE. i" 4l5pm $:1.5 pm t
Now forest Fire Breaks Out JUNCTION.So.
I tr he ready for burial.0 cause tor .
i I" _ti"II N-pi l l' -.\ new for. LAST OF THE SEASON TO MOBILE
i the sulci"li_ _known.__ 1-lJally So II-IJaly I So stop. here 11I11" not shown i So. 2-111'111 So. r'2-Udly
r.; il I ii, the official tpjf'v AiUlB DnR I R r FMOW U 1------ __

.' i.May. '.' racing In th* !' TEX CK.VT-S WILL iirv trial sizeof i AND NEW ORLEANS. I > 1 11 1i5:55: night pm 1-1 1 '1.1"a m '1.I'a\8." ...... t'pnsafola lob"IIII": ....Arrlve. 1---lu1'10iO! p m 6:811 1\:111I p to DI I

I 'I.' .ir Yi'llotts-tone i,ar.-. Ely'.. Creaulltahn ; enough to cmi- 12:2) 7-1,1 to ..... ... 10:1& I\UI to
to ........ ... ? "
1; :m" 7 Ii .Lscambta 10:12: 6:1.7 "
St, Idaho. vince that it is the jrreatot uf : -ISVICTORIA- .
I you 19 ai 7:15":: ? ... ..- N ulat .... .... I'JlJI: 8:45 '
remedies for nasal catarrh or cold in I ';i'.. mn I 1211I": 1.:1-: ... .. Harp ..... 10:21 i I 6:.., '
I..r"vI.Ipur'i1'rsiIni..rtal. I the head. Full size w) centAll I ..,. :-o. i 12 ll" 7:16" ....... u"a City....... to 10t6 6:27 It12'M"
\ ..... "
I I 7:8\1" .... Milton 10:10 OO: "
.-i, druKftitWe mail it. !'=C ...,; '. ", -v .... ii 18e; .m .. .. -....UoodRange...... ...... I tM IIlM" I
i I vi I'diti-rof the PhilipJ I EJ.V BROS Warren* Street, t5 fi < '> i 1 :MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. : 8:15: to ........... Holt! .... .. 8:85 &:J6! I II
\ J Duly; Poet WTITP"I New York r r,1; 2II": 8 Ik .. -..._.M1l111an .... .' 8O: I'( .:11 "
'k. .h
I !in my kinds of medicine-* l)3: Second Street, .Alb-iny V. ;, ItKSf; 10-CKXT IIOTTLK IlKIMC I 2:51: .. 11:11'1" .......Cr..stvlt ...y 1:111 I .'00 ..
.......lIe..r1.ni1 ..... 11.6 It t
.. I 8ul" 8'5 814
ul, : e"Id I in my family: -Ie-.r. 1t.iBnus.I suffered Train i leaves uiilon depot :Monday, | IN TOWN.DA.NNHEISSER. 8:2:1" 11:10" ...... Siov.y 1I..lIod..... Bel. IS I I:16 .. i
t i ii.\! tl!-!!>i4 M> ;old ;i< FoM greatly with catarrh and tried dillNr- .,O.'J" .:113" .DeFunlak5pringL g99 I I 248 If
i I. v '111.t I cannot say Put remedies without effect. After Sept.'JH!! at i 11 I ::to! .1, m. -harp. Fare : BROS. .:1, iH" ........ Argyle/ ..._ 7:.. i SJII "
.. '' I for round trip, to Mobile, Jl W 'r.iiMof it. \V. A.
'i.i i ii-mi,' one bottle your Cream: Balm 1 AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED i 6:00": lC1tO' .. ..\\'ltitvllI. ....._ 7:17" I IM 1
'. '.. it- ;l'l l S. I'.il.ifox. I found relief and I cannot praietoo New Orleans, $j ; from Cantonmentand 0:"" 1\:15': .. ...- 6r'vII18 ._._. : l:4t "
I.I W Harper Wti 1 !oy ; 11\1" S4 __Ionlr"y. ..._. 7:1:1"I I 1:27'.
hi .hhsurll. a remedy Century game as Pensacola.
lIi)' to 101: to ......... Cblpley: ..... :17" ; 1n4'. "
:\CUKAVlf.l.AKl: Ueturniug leave New Orleans Main Home-401 K. Palafox street i 11,81 It 11:'" to N' ..Cottoodale ...._ 8:1'1" 1l:1PI: lIooa "
CIIHTOIi.I.I. Sept. 27, l'1it.Jllarston: 1:110" lIt; .....llarlal1na: ....... 6:00 1 IlU ..
1 1"e r..rd Y's Ha.e t6lls: 33t Wednesday morning at 11:30 and R. R. Exchange-Opp. Union DepotP. I 7::!:! 11:45 ........l.ypr..H ... .... .. 6:!:9 to 11:15: a .DIt
A Mobile Wednesday afternoon at 4 O. Box 281. Pensacola, Fla. i 7te '' 1112": _...jr.nd Rldge._ 0:111" 11:11 ,
t, ., ,.
":r and 7:51" 12\16 noon .... .... Snead ........_ 0l 10tA '
Coflee refreshmentswill Phones
(fn/-A'fLtLzi have o'clock. 116-2ES. '
ARIve..Rlve 7nMlon.Leave 6:10"
j- Quina 8:15": 12:15" lu'iCI"
ba served on train going I _
--- m
omc very nice Dressers and anti returning.; Purchase tickets at -

,', w.i: 1 tui.der your spreads for Wash Stands cheap. ticket olHce. For further information t
u..' and make them look rcry apply to ROBERT Kix orPhlEK'fllOMAS a! @

w Sur Laundry.: Just the thing to go with ,

Iron Ueds. Excnrpion :Managers OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS

eeaat"ti'dow -- ,
f. 1f

K You HaveRheumatism 1-- LAW DEPARTMENT at and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of

f I i --oFJohn -- *Fall Goods -- ;1. i

I B. Stetson University
J 2S doz Men's LaundrieJ! Hhirts, 63 pair Ladies' Spring Heel Shoes Get your boy ready for school.

330 Xjncl, Florida. regular $1 1, to close at 75c. regular $I i good, to close quick at Sue We carry a full line of Boys'Hui ..

.CI pair. 5s Boys' Suits, regular price, $1.00,
JOBS I' I-'OKKKS. I'll. D., I'resulenr. ALBERT .J. FAItKAH. Mt B.. Pen 27 doz Men's Colored Laundried: to close Tic suit.
the greet teetei and shirts; regular 75c; to close at OOP. 83 pair Ladies' Low Cut Slipper, at
URICSDL I'n.t-od l'll1forDIIr rail IVriu t'oiiiiiH'iuM'N AVfdiiOMlay! October 1 1 no!'. regular $1.2; close 67 Boys' Wool Suits! regular price
to at $1.05
cure 1 57 doz Men's Colored Laundried goods and ; to close at 11.15 suit.
R..medy'Itl Tw YEAKS' l'OURTb. Law |it>pArtmt>nt of John B. stetson Unl\"t'nlt11tlTeI $1.50 $1.75. C
f .ls> cures Liver. Kidney mod of a t"'o- .t'ar8' oourse.leadingtothe decree of LL. KPKUKKK shirts, regular 50c good*, to close at pair. 120 Boys' All-Wool Suits, regular 4

l) It never, rnUMti file by and an builds excess up Htetion" I'niversity Al>:MIl admits's TO to Tin the; H HAK-Tbe r.KUKTHKK diploma of the Department of John B 35c ; these goods should go in 24 63 pall'en'i: Low Cut Shoes, regular price $2.00 to |3.00, to close at $1.50

HniiHrergtU while using; It. ISF lUIATIOS-For the Law Announcement" of 1\012-3> ,and all other desired hours 11.50 goods, to close at $1.20 and $2 00 suit.
.-anip. f,.r book cl wonderful cerPrice. information regarding the Law I>.?part address 20 doz Men's French Neck Balbri- We carry the largest line of Boys'
}l per bottle. For MleikK'.s' ALBERT J. FARRAH. Dean of Law Department pair.We
t Pants by any house in the
f I ,. II your ilrucfrlst: can not De Land Fla. gan Undershirts: at 20c, regular 25c carry the largest line of Boys'8hoel
It will I* sent prepaid upon goods.
I ifpr.ceteol AQ.1rc sr 1 of any house in Pensacola. city.All of our Ladles' and Missea'
30 doz Men's French Neck Balbriggan Bring your boys to us, we can fit
drop-stitched 25c. hose, to close at
r : Chemical Co., Los AngelesCil. Tulane University of Louisiana. Undershirts, at 30c, regular 13c, them in any size. 20c. pair.

or the sold by others at 50c. We have Just received a fall line/ 100 doz Misses' fall seamless! hose,

t; \i.afiir&.ankin Drug Co., Atlanta, 6a. Now OrlOAUS. All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts. We will to close at 60c doz, or 4 pair for 25c.
t close at 75 cents. close at 50c for your choice. Some 75 doz Men's Seamless half hose,

i t Distributing Agents. EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LUX, President. 72 Pair Ladies' Spring Heel Low of them are worth f 1.50. regular/ lOc goods, to close at 5c pair.

eet11M'iiOrESSIONAL Cut Slippers, 22 to 7, regular tl We carry a full line of Skirts. We have Just received a full line .,
Full Courses In V..partDlt'nu.Sateen Languages Sciences Engineering.building Extensive Law Medicine Libraries, Pharmacy, Laboratorlei ArtSeven goods, to close at70c pair. Look at our window display. I of Ladle3' Kid Gloves in all shades.
I CABDS. and Workshop. Splendid Department for Women In the Mewcomb College. .

Tulane makes leaderaInallvocations. Its facilities for Instruction are unsurpassed Remember must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them we will have Room
W. C. ROWE M. D.: In t bt! I"outb. Eighty-six Instructors and IKS studentslastsession. Many scholarships we ,
in the academic department open to Louisiana boys Expense of scholarship student
t 1175 for session. Board and lodging In dormitories at low rates. Opportunities afforded
Orhco: ITS S. TaUfox.: .. for self-help. In the Academic Colleges no boy. if properly prepared F. E. BRKMNER'S
I for college work will be turned away from inability to pay tuition. Next session bee ,
'1t'l 1/1)/ a. m. aad: 1 to S p. m
gins OCtobrrlst. Send for Catalogue.
r"lock Address. R. K. BRUFf' Secretary. I t lO 5 SOUTH PALAFOX 8TKEET. Phono (3i.



i.1 NED FAY 'WILL HELP Dyspepsia? Don't lay it ;I IIStroflgest t iD t the e eV 4 olrrI ,

s- to your wife's cooking. It's I _

your liver. Take a good I The 42.1 Annual Statement tn, \ I,

.KaUrd the I'ost Office at PensacoU.i i ISELEASEDI Knding Decenittfr 3Ut, I'Joj ,.
_. >.. leeopd-claas matter. I I liver pill, a vegetable pill-
I Hon. W. N. :Sheat, state superintendent
OJ'lICEl'ut'l Building, :S11JI) South I
ral&tOI Itr't!' !' np-it&lri. I I FINE REDUCED AND BALANCE : of public instruction, is I : THE 1 [ EQUITABLE

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. ;i again in Tallahassee, after several I HARVEY i
PAID) OVER TO CITY. ':'days absence in Athens, Ga., wherehe :
Terms: Invariably in Advance. Knoxville Grand Holds Him
-- I attended a conference of the general Blew Himself ard Bank to Fragment Jury on

Oat Year by Mall .._ ..........-$5 00 I at Ska3way, Alaska. Nineteen Counts | ,
!Dix Montbi to .. .. .... .. ...... :I 50 At8 o'clock last night Ned Fay's''! educational: board with Georgia Skasway Alaska Sept. 18.-Abou': I Knoxville, Tenn., Sept. 18.-Harvey II i Assets; .. . -. . . *,, {

Oa Weekby Carrier!' Payable!' Monday 10 wife and a friend called at the police school commissioners.; The board is Z o'clock Tuesday afternoon Logan, alleged Montana train robber 'i Reserve and other Liabilities

station and held short consultations composed of William N. Baldwin, man walked into the an Canadiaa unknown has been indicted on 19 counts in thiS . .. .. . . . L;,".
NO. 118.
TELEPHONE federal court here. His
t with Fay and Marshal Credille. It R. C. Ogden, G. F. Peabody and Bank of Commerce a revolve charges was set for Nov trial 17.on these 8arplnsfrom( which Divi- 7:;

t AaUNION' other northern millionaires. In one hand and a dynamite bomb ;in Judge dends are paid). .;
t was thought something would transpire Clark refusing to grant. continuanceto
the other, and demanded $20,000
LABE Dr. Wallace Buttrick is the n<*rt term of court.
secretaryand Paid to
of great interest and a vigil wakept. s threatening to blow all Policy-holder in
into entereitv. Last Monday Logan's original f der. 1901. .. .... .. . . :: -
Boon afterward Fay appeared general executive officer of this Cashier Pooley and Teller Wallac I
& ,
I Indictment. covering four counts, New Insurance in lyul.! .* :24'Total .
board and Mr. Bbeats has arranged were tne only two in the bank :
in the hallway, looking bad from the men was quashed on a technicality In : Insurance in force

PEH8AOOLA, SEPT 19,1902'' I effects of recent illness.In with him to hold a similar confer- Wallace ducked to get his gun and run the new Indictment three coutui Dec. 31, 1901. .. .. .$1 i-, -_
H quickly to the back of the room calling charge counterfeiting national banknotes
1 -- a few moments, by telephone, ence with county superintendents for I Notwithstanding the .treat.: .* ii .
; HERE la a conundrum: If the Pooley to do the same. ; four charge procuring as many cial strength of the .
s Society
f and school boards of
Florida I
t arrangements were made for }o'ay'arelease to be "No don't!" the counterfeit notes
y government cannot handle the rail- you yelled man, ; one charges aiding greater security which it- ; .
i'1 roads without frauds which will im- and it was decided that he held in January. dropping the bomb. in making notes; seven alleys forging 'I' holders thereby enjoy: the R 1I i -
The clerks had of names to note; one charges are LOW and GUAKAXTr-- i
just gotten out pas i
of this educational -
peril the safety of the natIOn. bow go down to his home with an officer Representatives great ter than
the window. The bank was wreck ing forged notes; two chart Login given by other c"n i iKXOWLES
Iks can it manage-- -the- isthmian canal? and pay over to the bluecoat, as a board will attend them ed. The robber's head was smashedand with having unsigned! notes In his

IT would be much safer for those representative of the city, the su, Florida conference and will try to one arm was torn oft. People pose6on.* and one charge conceal
r Kentuckians to let the prize-fight go I of $:!5O.: learn every detail of the educational avlng above the bank were blown into Ins notes and attempting to pass forged UKOS.

L h' off in than to arouse the natives in Florida. will increase the air.J. '
peace Fay left the station about b:15, status They Logan Is in Knox county Jail. II General AtiMiiB.
is O. Price, formerly prosecuting at
by opposition. A prize-fight
o'clock with Officer Bolline. The II this sentiment and place lib- 309 !::i. Palafox St.. PENSAt '
& tame allair compared to a Ken- torney who was entering the banli EDITOR ROBERT I
,t tucky fight. officer went to Fay's home and the seal means of assistance: wherever it at the time was hurt but not seri L. HOKE DIES. II I
I I amount named above was; handed to, i j I! i is thought the best results will ob.pltaln. ously. The dynamiter died without Best Known Newspaper Man in Ten FOR RENT.
A >ru. report of the proceedings '' I regaining consciousness. The boot: '
him. liolline came immediately t I I Ii nessee Passes Away.

at the regular monthly meeting the police station and paid over the I Expense to and from this coufer- lost about $1.i'0'). chiefly in gold; dust '' Nashville. Tenn. 8.'(Jt. ]>>.-Rolu-rJ I,r FOR RE.'' ---The spurgynanasiuncof
the city councilmen which was: i i, I \vhich was lying on the counter.Water L. Hoke. one of the best ki.ottn uv ; the 7V, .
cash to Mar-hal, Credille. : ence will be guaranteed: every county I
held .
t' Wednesday night appeared in i ii II .
I paper men in the state is d.! a-l after cola Athletic
I ; J-14 .' yesterday's NEWS. Working in the :i; The original fines, imposed a week: I i superintendent in the state, and im-1 I Cure Tor Clironic Contti|>,ition. i a lingering Illness ag"'d l :tl jtaraHe I Cln> in j

+ 1 : city's interest these able committeemen :,' ago, were *jW) in the aggregate: and[ 'tl1tdhtelthereafter. Dr. Buttricki Take two cups of hot water half ann / was a native of Athens Ala and rented during the sea 1
; did wisely and well. I I i I' for years had been a member of tli- for fairs, concerts, Iii,
-- the defendant made bluff to put f in i will accompany isupt. Bheats on a hour befoie each meal and jut before editorial staff
l' of TinNashville) Han ces etcFor particu! .
.I THE balance of industriil" : power I the Equivaltnt: ou the streets rather i; inspection tour of the state, the ter-1 I I going to bed, also a drink of Her sickness nercsfcitating: : Ins ruir-1- ,

which has so long been held by the i' water, hot or cold, about two hours ment from his call al the club, or t I
1 than turn loose so much cash: He I I ritory to be covered extending from I i, duties a year a?o. !lit '
fit North is now gradually creeping!' I after each meal. Take lots of out- was the author of many production*. phone .' 0. ol. s. ,
u | worked two days, but was taken' Peu;acola to Key West. ar- !
t' ? southward and what was originally: !, i door t'xerciie-w:1lk: ride, drive. under the pen name of "Urutii.-, .:' an 1a I t
t : only an agricultural section of the I sick and for 5eVfraldays nnlbleto : i''!! i ranged o that information to the .j Make a regular habit uf this and in volume of his writings i i.. to he ,> ,

ri leave his bunk the I board be definite the I sued from the press in a h'1 isys IT'S I NEARLY TIME :
f }d. ] union will soon re-ouud with the : at station ,, may regarding 'j many c'i-es chronic constipation[ : FOf

; F hum of buy inauufuctoriesaLd- | ervices from City Physician PierI I best mean* of aiding the educational ,>I may be cured without the use of any

t a: t inerciah-ui. pout were had dally and it was: soou, .! cause in this state. I i I medicine. When a purgative is required Came Near Hfiiiii a Cripple SCHOOL TO BEGIN !
: take something mild and Josh, Westhafer, of Loogootee, i iInd
1 WJ1E the" Arkansas populists apparent that he was not shamming I i 1 I II I
i but he he
gentle like Chamberlain's Stomach .a poor man, says i and! fully time to bi \looking -
: wanted to show their aversion to ] illness, a? was at first supposed. i,'COMMERCIAL MEN and Liver Tablets. For sale by all would not be without Chamberlain's | ; around for -upplic-

yp fti : the transportation companies they I Dr. !' trpout rendered a certificateto ; I Ii i Ui druggists and medicine dealers.Engineer's Pain Balm if it co-t fire dollars a for the ptipiU.V hava >

resolved to go to the state convention n Mayor Jones showing: that Fay +i i; ARE PLENTIFUL I:' bottle, for it saved him from being a I large :stock of verj
i ..1' on foot, on horseback: und i Leg Broken. cripple. No external application i* i
thing required u. t1-!
wagons, but not on railroads. This I was really ill and recommendedthat I. Oh ttanoo a. Tenn. Sept. gin a equal to this liniment for stiff and school room. hchon'books '!
Z I* hardly the motive which prompts he be placed in some other head-end collision of a passenger train
t'1 if joints, contracted muscles' ;
r Torn Juhusoli I I Just at present a great deal of I irith a double header freight trainat : ; our price "I.<
1 red
} to
run a L I
1 ; ( wagoi i place. The mayor decided to giveFay stiff l1t'ck,-I'rains and rheumatic and these the .
ac Ir campaign. i trouble is reported by local hotels 1 in I II ConltervllI, Tent, Engineer l oar I are same! i-
a chance to get out of the j muscular pains. It has aNo cured ,
- -- -- -- city I o., of the passenger train had a lejt I the publishers, there 't.

THE NEws; :shakes hands with itself s service, if he #0 desired, and reducedthe I providing accommot1ons for com'I'I broken. No others were injured. Officials numerous cases; of partial paralysis we save you the frti.-1:' t

.. i over the alignment of Lieutenant II fine one halt, granting him a release I mercial men who are flocking I II nay both crew were to blame I! It is for sale by all druggists and We have school bagu

,I r' ,'r liubiou to our uavy yard i city in great numbers and who all l i for not observing! the block signal. medicine dealers straps and knapsack
condition ,
on $:;1 was paid. I
y I ,j There will beomethiugdoing while : want' the best the hO'He atlords.Yesterday's I ConnecticutRepublicans.. 'i suitable for boy or ;'ir'a '! -

J T t "'f he is there, aud } will get i i' This act was made known to Mrs.i showed t A Ia
$ I
'stk. f l r serving as the back-;ruu J of the> sum was raided and paid as jretolJ. 'I'heavy, and nearly all the arrivals writes Rev. C. J. Hudlong, of A.h-I Ahram Chamberlain of "iferlden. foreovernor II to ".;?. Slate: j i. ;"; :

g fancy heroics that i-; the lieutenant's' I Ir As soon as the fine had reached; were representatives of shoe h'Ju es'l away, H. L, "what a thoroughly and Henry Roberts of Hartford colored crayoni i I' ''.

t I .f ...' specialty. Our girls, too will be the' I I I the station a porter from the saloon I i jAil wanted sample rooms, but /good and reliable medicine I foundin for lieutenant go\ernor. Thee pens, penholders, i hk, ,i

t envy of the country. I I i I I demand: was greater than the sup- ; i Electric Bitters They cured m platform indorses Roosevelt and favors 1 pencil tablet*, -j: t tI I.
I( conducted by Fay arrived and
carried his renomjnation for
1 -.J I I Ii 'of jaundice and liver trouble: thatcanned the presidency I companion-1I :
ply, aud some of them had to wax
: THE financialutement: of the
( t.i I I away the bedding; which had me great suffering for In 1904. I lunch baskets :aini l !I. \ -
3 { i'.. I First! National Hank of Peusacola.: ;i i until their more fortuuato comp ti.I many
I : .j | j I been furnished the pri; ner during years. For ageuuiueall-rnuudcur e all goods gnanu--: ]: i I Ithey
one of the three excelleut banks ofthis I
.;, \ his confinement. i tors had vacated the rooms before i( i they excel anything I ever s saw." F'lei.:chman'a Compiessed feast: don'tu/ :t' :
'' I.' 7 city, as publi-hed, in THE X};WS i they could di-play their stock. iII j i:, Electric Bitters are the surprise of freih daily and kept on ice, at the j them.Ve al- /n i -
'i4 yesterdayhnws the stupendous : Suspension; of the remainder of the all; for their wonderful work in Liver, West Florida :Steam Bakery, two !:

i ; amount of $luli.l4Mhj: practically) f flE Hue was not made permanent. It is i II The Merchants hotel reports that 'i I|Kidney and :Stomach trouble cake for 5 cents or one cake and one and excliuu.-: -" < '
; ; idle held I I almost da.wires from travel Don't fail to try them. Only ;50cts.:; ticket for 5 ceut. Baker and I hand .school d" >,kCOE'S -
as individual deposits subject every
only withheld pending excellent be- 1!'I ,Satisfaction is guaranteed bv W. A. hotels supplied in any qu urtity. i

'f to checks. This enormous'amount ;I bovine of the defendant in the conduct !|I' ling men are received making reseri ;; D'Aleuiberte,121 South Palafox. -- I BOOK STORE.

of money would capitalizean 'i i i vation of ample and lodging rooms MEAT & MALT has a marvelous

.I. J f ( industry" employing hundreds of I' of the saloon bu-iuess. I and some of the telegrams want particularly '! FINE STATIONERY. dietetic value. While refreshing and i. --
1 As like order has been I''
y + men. a made in pleasant to take, it helps a-irnila-
----- rooms; with baths. -
1: the action against )Ir". Fay, it is altogether I j I tion of food. !Fold byDANXHKISSER : CREAT SALE
:t i THE of New Orleans
i is
port a :gra '
I The rush is expected to be over C. \ Thompson, No. 11 !South BROS. '
4 i tilyingillu-tration .f the growth of unlikely that violation of I = OF CLOTHING Ere
the South. Ten years ago it was the Sunday law will be repeated.i I within a few weeks. Every house Palafox street has just opened ti ----- -- I ,

9i hardly known to the world and then "tun is loose"l its representatives on new supply of Linen and Bond' OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S I!

1 : simply as a cotton port; today it I A B'.J'H Wild ""r-bite I[ !September 15 and of course, many Papers, white, blue and gray, with I have jn=t bought; 1.:1:i .

q ,. r, stands second only to New York and With family around expecting him i of them come together. Envelopes to match, Oxford sizes ; | ainaUUO"tock"fl'lfltll i -
:; of I I also Foreign Mail Tablets with Envelopes Fine oysters today. 'fry them. )Ipn' Furnishitus.' <.:. "
exports every description pa: through in port. Pen :lrlll.1. which' Thursday. Will i: !Ii,
I miles to get Dr. King's New Discovery : here a few day- 8:0.;': reported great i Penholders, Blankbooks, Files, etc. :
has ,
". r been Known principally at sacrifice price+ anal Ii.
r w,' 1 as a lumber port, has now a diversity for Consumption, Coughs sales to local dealers of craw hat;. ,:> etc., always ou hand. Call early at South: Pal: \
g and Colds; W. H. Brown of
L j
e5- I Phone 234. Thursday and get: great hiu-! : '
i ey F of trade in which cotton, I These are for next season's trade. I
cite, Ind., endured death's agonies'' I F. K.; BltA \\ M I
r naval stores, coal and -
{ grain are I (
from asthma
this wonderfulj
t : ll = leadia; commodities. I > KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. The finest; line of umbrella in the
-- ---------- I j I'I medicine give instant relief aud i 'city i is at J. I. (Stephens': Go look SANTA ROSA SURFBATHINCJSTABLISHMENi
t lr t' t cured him. He The members of Damon : at them
ANI now some of our ueni.hted6xpan"i4)ni.t:1 soon write: "I now Lodge Xo. _..
'. wish to annex Hay ti I I sleep soundly every night." Like their 13, K.Castle of P., are Hall requested tOIT.orrowtur to meet -t,1,:, - -- -- --- I !. not a Strong Purgative.It .

i to the Tinted Stite for humutity'stlake. : I j marvelous cures of Consumption, || day) innrniiiir at o'clock to attend I does all that i is required to
k 1: It i is clear to every man who i', Pneumonia, Bronchitis Cougs, Cold Is j the funeral of their late brother, H. Carolina Portland 1 Fish chowder will he -I

,1 I'? I is at all familiar with the ht-tory oflur and Grip prove its matchless. merit A. Water:1.I ftiimlate the Liver secre- '!'Sunday evening. Pn\ ., '
I 1 can tn have '
for all Throat and Lung troubl"-.. Members of "i i-ter lodge;: ani vi.;- tine* without arrange :
( constitution that wo have al overworking other rpfrf' 'hmfontt'f
I )tin.? Knight* are invited to attend. Cement CoeBIRMINGHAM \
: ready drifted a long wiy! from i its Uuarauteed bottles fate) and 51.uu. ; By order of the Liver and Bowel AI a time dUlill the week at: t '

moorings, and our -olicitude for the Trial bottles free at W. A. D'Alem1e i C. n.IITl'HtLI.., C. C. I terms hee iruuaxT

wellfare of Hawaii. Cuba und ti, berte's drugstore, 121 Sou: th Pahfox : DA.N'I BERLIN. K. of R & s. ALA. pleasant, palatable CHAS. I IIIJ ; i
Penacola., Sept. 19! iuuii ,
9' Ir Philippine has carried us frJut I

J into the hazardous: sea of paternalism : THE DEVIL'S I i I ATTENTION TEACHERS. I Laxative irH Perfect tAAALaAAAAAAAJtHAVE

i on which "o maay nation, have i Ktorkofall High Grade .\lI1fori.1
I will be in my ollice the last ''can Portland Cement "Germauid :
been wrecked and are r,)w ai'mle-- six'I J YOU NOTICED
ly floating about *.. derelict, AUCTION TO-NOT I day" in September; for the purpo-e of German "Saturn: ," German Port- I' For eliminating
kt I contracting with all those. teachers ,, 1-uiJ Cement, Kings 1Y.; Calcined :
j jr whose schools will begin operationson ', I'li-tpr, Kosendalp Cemmt kept WHAT IS HERE ;
t :rk THE merchantand business; men October 1. I Norfolk. Port-mouth. Charleston at, Typhoid and Malarial Germsfrom s MISSED

of Savannah are much wrought up'':' Yale's Everlasting Devil'Auc- X. B. Cookis1 Savantuh, Jacksonville, ppii"Hcola

1 s over what they claim to be outrag tioa will be tin attraction at the w !Superintend: ut. Mobile; New Orleans, Galv-.ton: the system nothing can: tvvvv"vvvvvvvnn

j "t' I We aNo make shipments direct _____ -
discrimination araiustthecon j from ------- = -
I'opera house to-night, with irauy ,, Fortune ta\or a Tf Jan.: Mills wherever we get cheapest; equal it. It i i.* a tonic and
e6f1 jnerce of their port in freight rates Everybody has a rid''t to. .
freight rate. Sole sellitn. ,
+ k ii both by land and ocean. They are'.'i new ff'lturtadjed: to puzzle and ( Having distressing piins in Lead. : "Alabama" and Southtrn agent!' Cro-for alterative ; it will impro.pyuur piece 'If this earth. Hut t .
back and *
stomach, and
1-t fighting in grim earnestness; and i:I I Phase Miss )[all;e Torrance, a I out appetite I be/an to being U*e with-J>t Brand," Portland Cement, Ma[ :"n n- health beyond your fight chance for to it.get They it. and mu-t Wit'It.

: THE NEWS hopes that they will suc-' beautiful! woman and a clever ac-1 Kin 's New Life Pills, writes \V. P.; lie Hydraulic Natural Ctment, Thos. C. Watson get & Co.
0',t ilk ceei in etlectiLg an equitable adjustment '< I Whitehead of Keunedale, Texasd'j i made near Birmingham. must sanguine expectations.Mi .
trees, will the haveome tilil b l
appear :as hero Carlos. : soon felt like particularly < >
4r of freight rate It is a !, a new man. Infall '' Correspondence to otft-r just now, and t" .
ble Solicited
I Signor Aurelio Coccu will introduce in stomach and liver trouble. I t by All Fusl-Class Grist :
t ; question which interests the people, i, I Only :i-c: at D'Alemberte' .:. vou to come and invA-h4,.:'
'a of the interior the farmer, the |' many new and plea-iugballet: store. Von will never rearet :iaVIe0 : :
I ___ __ .
+ ;;> a chant and th:- miner, to whose mH-// including a European novelty and a'!

w Bets it appeals t-qually to ship royal sixtette of lady dancers direct i: A BRAND NEW INDUSTRY. F. B. BRUCE This weather makevgrass i .

a minimum not an exhorbitaut rate'of I II
Oki from the Alnambra ,
theatre, London; ; ,
freight. ;, Nothing succeeds like sue .-s3, !' grow. You can
----- i Irene La Tour ihd Ziii will also and

th s t For- Over S'IlY't'arli.. .i I be attractive features. :1 product access tf Hudg-ins'is sure in new handli PP' -..;,cola the tvu: tAi( i in keen and Grass cutting Lawn :'hII"' I '
c s tAl c S IUD ad AtAhU ti ; Shears from
j tLic Wl LOW'8 ,
: ; Mae > tOOTHI>8 SlRrP bat i -- -- iudu-try-choice, up-to-da' cigars, i Willis Hardware Co' .
beta used for over : >
sutj yrart by millloniulanother : Try the NEWS Want Column. which are good sellers, ant .us new
+ !' for their children!' while
teething.with '
[ i .. brand of
Q _
nicking tobic.
J! I. perfect lOtt"". It soothes the child t i --' -- --- --- ) Biz .
I ,1 k1 i softensthegumsarlayaallpaincuresorf I I i Pen"acola." The lar,:. -t package Guns, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Bicycle and Do ycu want a mag'iiifif..'.: *
i colic,and Is the brit remedy for IMarrboea for little If ,
t' lttllreUrve the little sufferer After Dinner i: for 5 cent: ever sold hf '. Dealers money
poor immediately.

Bicycle Sundries Edison and Stepheni, the j jeweltr. H' If
Cull b) I'raggiett Inert : pnrt are cordially invited to' Phonograph Music.
ot the urld. :l .eaty-a cent a bottle To assist direrigs relieve distre1alt..r I it the factory lommodate you.
he tore you ask for"M rs. Winelow'i! Bootb- i i' and In-pect the
stoc Hammond
eating '.r drmkiiitf r. md meth- and Other
s too heartily: Typewriters. Typewriter =
Ing Sjrup. no other sod to Supplier All Kinds of :,
present ,
constipation take '
lod" Repairing! Lock and Key Fitting.
1 All kinds chair 11'
I will repair your watches and "Hood's PillsSold --- High-Orade Hammeiless GUtS Kept for Il >nt.Big; Supply of Fresh Shell'. E;j of
jewelry in first-class style. J. I j I See P b fore-: buy ForI all at Low Pi ices. rocking chairs at Mari ftf'

; Biepbena. I everywhere. 25 cents. I Pn I 01' ate ni u:; west.t-1k prices : 15 South Palafox Street. $ Quina's. Prices are ""'Y

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TESTIMONY H. C. 0'NEAL, President; F. C. NORTON Cashier;
TI7RIR: : -
t1raO: i. J. FOSHEE.Vice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier.
EAST ROMANA STREET. A Valuable Rook Sent Free for the

Ca'se'Park and Refinishing Furniture a IS All TAKEN Alokin::. AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK

Special,. Medical books are not always! interesting

reading, especially to peo-
PbCU10 405. ple enjoying good health, but as a OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

-- matter of fact scarcely one person in
Designated Depository of the United States.
R. K. WHITE, ARGUMENTS BEGIN THIS AFTER. ten is perfectly healthy, and even

Manufacturing Jeweler with such, sooner or later sickness! Condensed Statement at the close of business Sept. 15, lOO'
ratbJlliILf'r.! NOON IN WHORLEY AND must come.
and Graduate Optician, It is also a well established truth (From Report to Comptroller)
that nine-tenth of all diseases orig.
palalOs' M" P..,uola. fla HOCAN CASES.At RESOURCES-
,I with breaking down of the LIABILITIES.Time .

digestion, a weak stomach weakensand Loans .. ..... .... .. ..... ..... .. .. J33S.797.32\ Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .. .. $200.000.00

! ::-. impoverishes the system, making Demand Loans ..... .... .. .... .. ...... .. .. 60,03855 Surplus Fund. .. ...... .. .. .. .. ...... .. .... 10,000.00
noon today all testimony in the it easy for disease to gain a foot Overdrafts...... .... ...... ...... .. ...... .... 101.72 Undivided Profits...... ...... .... ..... .... 9,85623

j hold. U. S. Bonds and Premium.... ...... ..... 187,171.87 Circulation..... ...... .. ...... .. .. ... ... 125,000.00
: cases against Whorley and Hogan i Nobody need fear consumption, Stocks, securites, etc.. .. ...... .. .. .. ...... 2,625.00 Deposits ...... ...... ...... ...... ............ -101,62471
\ 'NEWS NOTES had been taken and kidney disease, liver trouble or a Furniture and Fixtures.... ...... .... ...... 6.718.48
i court adjourned ,i weak heart and nervous system as I.E. Stamps... ...... .... .. .. ... .. ..... 8834
iI after a spirited fight for points by ,, long as the digestion U good and the Cash and Exchange.. ......... ........ 160 938 66
I, -.tiM. stomach able to assimilate plenty of ---
attorneys on both sides. Arguments t
wholesome! food. $746.4S0.94
1 ,iliad/ company is having a will be commenced this afternoon, Stomach weakness shows itself in

: ii utool locker constructed and it is now thought the jury will a score of ways and this little book 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.

: : ;.,: .if ground just opposite ; describes the symptoms and causes
office. hardly render a verdict before to- and points the way to a cure so sim-
.' 1'.t..r. !
: ple that can understand and
anyone '
morrow morning. XH 5Z5SS3EZSZSSSSS3SZSZS3. I'
i Hernandez: better known asULuu apply. A
Attorneys for the defense this Thousands have some form of
member of "bon- 1
,' i I' .1| a
: stomach trouble and do not know it.
: 1.,1: -iciety, died at Savan- morning wanted the testimony of They ascribe the headaches, the MONDAY < ONE CASE .<

'r I .1 f-w days ago. Eddie Allen kept from the jury on languor, nervousness, insomnia,
palpitation, constipation and similar All our 10 and 15c New Dark at '
grounds which Outings
i 1.! -w advertisement the they set forth. Thisis symptom to some other cause than

I i.. Store in this issue. It the witness about whom so much the true one. Get your digestion on I Lawns 5c per yard. 5c yard.
the right track and the heart trouble, per
for the children
: .1 I.1holi>'; was done to keep her out of the way. ;lung trouble, liver disease or nervous
W' it you must soon buy. ',
I Her testimony was not considered debility will rapidly disappear.This .
little book treats entirely on I 'SE5PS2S2S25ZZa5P52sPsi
: Japaue-e: walnuts, as
Irrelevant, and the
to rule it the cause and removal of indigestion

; inn uf du-tav Rigs at : out was overruled. and its accompanying annoyances.It j I We have sold our Stock of Furniture to make room for the Largest Stock of

,t' .. ..n exhibition at the describes the symptoms of Acid I

-' ,- -liuient!: of Watson Eilorts to have other testimony Dyspepsia, Nervous Dyspepsia, Slow '. Carpets, .AIattings, Rugs and Curtains ever brought to this part of the state, and

K-t not a little at- kept from the jury were also ruled I['!'I Catarrh Dyspepsia: of, Amylaceous Stomach and Dyspepsia all atlec-, now have the only exclusive Carpet Department in West Florida.

on adversely by Judge Blount, who tious of the dige-tive organs in plain'i __

\ 'Iht,: down yester- sits on the (,;I..e. '.I cause language: removed"ea-ily. understood aud the Just received 200 Rolls China and Japanese Matting, 15 cents to

i i. bajjgaije: : car No. Statements from both defendantswere : It givevalr..ible suggestions a s to 40 cents yard.

.- /'I-t been turned out (I diet, aud contains u table! nivin:.:
interesting. Hundreds of I I
rue car is as bright per- j I length: of time required to dige.-t various 150 pieces Velvet Axminster and Tapestry Brussels Carpets with
sons crowded the court room and articles of food, something

i ; iii 'Iud occupants are corridors, listening intenll-. I I IWhorley I every person with weak digestion:: borders to match.
i i should know.

( r-iry, the live, pro- again took the stand in No price i* asked, but simply end 200 pairs Lace Curtains, ranging in price from 75 cents to $10
J I your name and address plainly written -
i." buildtrs at 10; East his own behalf this morning and '. on postal I cud to F. A. Stuart C.,., per pair.

ire doiu? a splendid was,, put through a rigid examina- .,,. Marshall; lich, requesting! a little 250 75 cents to $4.00 each.
bunk on Stomach Diseases aii'i it Smyrna Rugs,
ui-f they are .killed tion. Most of the evidence for the
I will be sent promptly by return mail. Wilton from $3.00 to $10 each.
u...j i itvi-r turn out a job II I I 50 Rugs
state today was: in the nature of a I I I
in runt. They do all rebuttal. Good points were scored I I: AXM'AL STATKMKXT: 9x12 Axminster, Tapestry and Wilton Rugs $15 to $40 each.

: nin;;, upholstering; ,
WIt they repair scalesi this morning. Ol the n ,artl of Public I not rut-lion Granite Art Squares 9x12, only $5.00.

1 :* : "!IIU good as new. Other business in this court todaywas :I,I Tor Kticamliia County for the School |I ?:0-We Invite You to Call and Inspect These Goods. No Trouble to Show Them.-&

t. .: !v'ri.elllent in this is- the re-setting of case against: I I!j Year Kmling; June Ul. 190:':. I

.1 rut a call: when you Alford and Eslemau :1 imn. DK. OK. will also show Line Hardwood Mantels and
for arson ; :Sam !I' I On this jToor we an Elegant of
'L ,: '. x r:k brie iu their line. 'I July-
... .
Stafford for murderous assault; Will |I I To To balance cab from on band JVAIvinberte -t 1S: !" | Tile set up, for which we are Exclusive Agents

*I tax year IWl _. .. lnfTi U2I
Baxter for
Ii : :"I ,: -1;p inlU cures radical- : assault and battery, and I To cash from li'Alem- the roots of the naturalization of Thos. Hanlon, I bcrte.1'.1:1 tax years 1'\1\1.\ a. i $ W. J. & B. FORBES.

I -;ter than lopping a subject of the Kin;; of England. To Lion cash receipts from tax redeiup-. .. 351: 71 .

"" To cash (ruin poll taxes
Witnesses in the cases of Graves .. .....
: tax l ear HIlI.! i,71I -- --

and Reese were discharged;, until ITo I cash from poll and taxes r..<>., V> I If You Them the Boston Shoe Store
THE NEW RABBI I tax year lvjh-: : UTS Buy at They are Good !

further notice.HORSES. I To cash and from. ...11I1..lnl"r.I'ht hall) 49 !,I OPERA HOUSE

ro cash trout state 1 null
i tax 3t,;! III .M_._-------- _._--
AT TEMPLE BETH-EL AND DRIVERS. | Tu cii-U from exannua- I Do You Know
lions .... 7a W ONE NIGHT ONLY !
: To CHsb from insurance I I
--- La Perm1. :::171,, has: been placed! ID !i im school huildml( NoW 1551x1To 19th.
ll.tirj Stokes'btal'lf nt Springfield! ; O. j! rash from sale or junk. tAI Friday, September Children take twice a* many steps as grown people.cunsrgneutly .
i' .' Ivifli, the new llubbiI I IJulld. j I To cush from money:borrowed I .oC.oCoC.oC.oC wear out twice as Shoes unless
Kniith the \viniuT of n 2:10: trot at .... ",'W <(,-H...t'I <..'
I :, I:.-th-El! will be iutrocongregation Ill., is a lirotlMT to Chain Shot, I. I k. ;i t you buy them of u*? I
j *.. u: e at 7:30k : 'I"I II cash paid for new j i reason why you hould buy your CHI LDlnX': 81IOEof as i- .
ecbool tiuiiding $ Ii'l'7 THE
1..111..1. I'.v AIb-rtrnl. is the first [ iy: ea-tt tot repair 7a313 j I'KKSENTS: we allow no man in our liie to uiHiersell us. 2-We buy
: I evening by President .... but the be-t and direct from the manufacturers, ti,
U:In ,,,'I''lIrUlI'r out of a daughter of Hyc li fur furniture >Ir.! IiII 'Ill IVIIL.VSTIX I none enabling us
,--' r :old will immediately I I By cash (or insurauce XH TOiwi J save you at l least 5 per cent on jobbers' prices.'c: ate up with tin-
Alcyone.: By caih for rent ot bcbool times and carry all the latest novelties of the day in Fin. t' hues. 1-I5e-
ir '" of the pastorate A TniiiMT Jai-k\ riyiin) Las severhis I By rooms t'n-h for janitor..r 1\ tM onT6 Devil's Auction cause our motto has: always been "Kind C >urtt-y to All (!H-tomnr-"

-pccial musical program t-.KiiiHition with CLarlfS of I INVv I r.y casb lor rn..I.... 1'0 blHycastiforfreebocks whether they bUY or not.: We alway- Il-a.1. mir competitors follow
; 6116Itpeahforinctd.ntals We Hcrmnl Tablet free anil! it i-hen
York. | t5- give you a give fully
'I ', !I.. i'i! feature theWILL 3":!! S5Ky TWKNTY-Flltsr KIMT10X.:
interesting Tin' Inl,1 Iiiivors'association of Ky cash for t..nlllu"6al- '.-
: aries .... .. :U7A toI It's of Age and Entitled to Vote J
-iiit- will hold) Its annual
Philadelphia pa- : i
cash for .. I
'j By built talary. 1,5(119 -
nu1-0ct.4. i Ky cash for traveling ex-
i l'n-I' IM: W* I Boston Shoe Store
PROTECT CaV Powers broke tLe track record i.By ca->h for per diem and New !Scenic Invpsture !
lit Erie: I'a., \vln-n she won the free fur mileage nieiiiheri ol Cavern of trim Faces !
board ... 3..') 01) Valley of Andochc-1! I
:ill ill ::'1111 .
i i 1'} cn-ii for incidental ex- Castle Inoimu.i'! \.NATIIAX, MCCllimiK, rropuclor.
GAME BIRDSAfter I..i'11l1'1't is iTini prepared: for a petnrsOfboard.upt 75 85; i
Hy cash fur printing Temple of Budda I.
SIIlooIl!i"ll 111 iI.'. Mart! Ill.'tllarl'ot has financial slatenieDta ... u: 411) Garden of M.uiikin'! Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street.
woikt-J hint in -: '.",. By ea-II for examinations list) Palace: of BOII'l-BOils !
I'ca.b furniture now
the hoot at iMivct Jo>, h.\ Direct: out of the dam on band .... ...... liv' W Realms of Despair I'
Kupfriau'- palk.t..rdayafteruo ..t' ..IIHI'.itciii'ii, in Mart I'lmarist'sMaMf. liy cab for intvre! onmool'Y f
borrowed .. ..... 1,1(9 TilE MOST: 'I JHW? COLLEGE
u the Dixie (inn \ ORLEANS OF FllAR1AG1
: wIll IKi l II v biarU-d' this year, a* Iy cash \olllax..s re- .
.1 I, held luslicen a trifle oft' I turned.collectediu duplicate .
:an important : Transformation Mce
mPetiuglad! ..... ... dllO Galleons
Mr. Sin-utter of Erie Pa.. Fold till Ky ('a-h ('11 money bor- A School of I'lmrniacy I'ninliiclcd In I'liiiinai'JHIM.

li-d to pay the expense of two uraiiif trotting Kula! Mate :!:ljI4' by : rywed .. ... _. S.MXHI EVER PRESENTED. ('ompl..l..cour..'. or '...clur..,. with I.aljorittory IIlt ru '!,l01i in I'll A811,11'1'CH KMnTANV. -

.. :; wardens who wilt be McKinin-y, t.1 .1. 1-;:. Trallt<,r. She isb.s'k.d I 1 Hy July xarrantaoutbtnnding 1st IWil .. _. .. al, .'150I I 10 OfK COTICY.i 'fIn. HI HHinl.i ami MAlKKI\ IEIHI'Ampl... "' /011'111"1,1'11)- t
I \ TU1IUTK moitnusbutldrollwthtrt-truttantbatilenourntlyprarN.ul in il- 'copH. Next 8ction ->-
wu oily t.. a committee f l'ril for a 2.:M mark. I fE,5111 ao i'. Ki-t-Moprrbf-sioii, i:;.iani7.7(.':AM 1'1'\IltI-:":r, \ tW: ''It'toA\:i.I.A

The the thousand dollar gold cup of- i Less warrants out:tand- I SPECIAL FEATURES:

!; : will be eat through the ftTtnl the iimatfUis Io.r l 1'. K. (!. I'.illins lug July -lnlw2 ..... 2,>15 7lycrtli Irene LaTour and Ziza, DeWitt & A C'oiiiinimiralliHi |r

.y to detect breecheof the will (.Hfouie the property of the I UI.U1/i:! I Burn*. B.utholetti& PraegerAure- Hotel Camden

IIW-. Anyone caught hoot- chili \\injmi; It three times but all the ,' on._ band.July s, lio-Uoccia. JamesB.. Mackie, and 40 MK EDITOR-Allow me to peak a [
lye ;
laces must l lot' over the Memphis track. other few word in favor of Chamh..rhiu'CouJh -

iiiic out of pea ou will be proset UJ? : O\I-U.. vuJuly.TobalanceonnanU Marvelous Dance to the Moon. Remedy. I sutfereJfurtllrer' ( '.VMIHIN.: : \I.\IJ\MA.:
2-Jv .'d I(
I !Iy the club and puni-hed to I LaDauce Sensation.: years with the bronchitis and could i
Number of kcbooU In operation duringthe
,.[ extent of the law. EVERYBODY LOOKS school year of l;.'l and lw.: White. 4t; Prices: 25,50, "50 and $1. '1 not sleep at night: I tried several. ;| Is Now Open to the Public,
< ,
n"lrIJ.II! ; total. 'it. doctors and various patent undi
FOR THE BEST Number of tracker employed: White'3; -pat salt- at Cot-S liooltttori- 'I l
I inform itioa of the > -
public, neRro./: :.; total, III.I I cine?, but could get nothing to giv< under thfnianaj ,inent of
,N- .: for them to remember- I :%umbrrofpuptlbenrolled: white, .I,$.';; ----- Jtime any relief until my wife got a
negro, 1.-5; ; total !." >>. ONE NIGHT I bottle of this valuable medicine, I
'','.-\n reason; for quail and Here it i J';. C'iii on :Spitzer & Average?; total.Itt"lIdnocl''Iutl'$,i'5. J.lTi; negro.l.ix which htucoinpletf-ly relieved in.-.- j MRS. S. MIMS
!t. I Ureary.: They :are doing the finest i Vmueof property owned by the Hoard of I Ii 'I \\'. !S. KKOTKMAN:: B-ignell.; :'> ,
November land ends i 27th. f
.jiiis work that can be turned out and are Pulihu Instruction: i.urniture.11.715: upI Saturday, September 1'hierem"dyI-for.ale ty all dru 1"1
i prepared to do any kind of a job. I. paratu..rr'Ii. ";lots.IlsUbuilding.ila.UU: ; ( '; U'ists and medicine de tler. ..f Pen-aiola, Florida.: "'
total, $;),Ijll.
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1 They put on ludia rubber tires: the Soles uuUtandinx, iHl"iu n
l-K-k+ begins October 1 and bp-t on the market, on short notice, I certify that the atiore statement U cor A-. Presented ii 1"1 Xiirht- the Gar- 1 RATES REASONABLE : !
rt(1.( a* they have a full line <>f rubber r..CI.IU is shown by minutes and reports. rick Theatre. tn N. Y. ,,. You can get your house :
in stock. N. B. I'OHK. By the Day: Week or Month
tires County Superintendent fubllc Instruction furnished complete at Mar- \ J
!' >.r, begins October 1 and Does your bussy: need upholterin A franta-ur Comc\ by 1'1.U"I KiTl'H, ,
i1 !i'fiiary: 1. No person is.. ? They can make it good anev "otltlt'd. ston <$' Quimtfs on easy payments \ Table F'urni-hl.d with the Best: the I

Their prices, too are rea-oiuble, f< r ATTENTION. weekly or monthly. \ Market.\tfords.
\ i : < kill than live deer
they have to carry on

I .' .',. a firt-cla carriage; buildinsr and I'alrons of City !School CAP1AINNKSOFITME ;. ) All kind* of Furni- i' Public Patronage Solicited. t!' .

repairing bu --- -- examination VOC tu" !it "" r'y cost.I Free Samplemia: *.
call on them. of pupils for school No i. ,1 I 1 0 to make room for I I
fi:I W.'IO owns ills own home :Nealesrepaireds !
Prof. H. E. Graham will, on Friday new stock. Sunday Rate* Made to Traveling
niNelf/ again-t lots of i SIMT/.KI: : & CKKAKY the lath and :!ih iust., examine pupils I Meu.

furl worry. Nobody can 15 East: : Garden street. for the various city schools Fishing tackle of all kinds'
Phone 57.Crab
without certificates in the third and
r-ut. and the rent day bus i'and! good crab nets at the '
fourth !irrades who were preventedby Thos. C. Watson & Co.,
fur him. It'seay to own nets and Ashing sickness IJr other good cause; from {Willis Hardwaer Cos. i the leading Heal Estate Agents take

now-a-days. Thos. C. tackle to suit everybody, at taking the examination before closing -- _. I II :all the worry off the shoulders of the
Watson & Co. can tell you how I i of schools laic May. OA.STOXl.XA.

-. L all ana !leA them. I. the Willis Hardware Co's. It is hoped that all patron will attend WITHELIZABETH | Bean it.: ire .nt Yq1 Ra. Aaas; ) !ot I II owners of property, manage the
r 10 tin matter at the time designated I I II renting of their homes and the col't
above. When the schools KENNEDYAnd I E gtattn : lection cf their rtut as conscientiously f

begin on Oct. 1 teachers will be required of as thy would themselves.

m\i > school work and will have no time .. '
pnyincludingTHEODORE I In EscaiubU County i ircuit
!' SCHOOLBOOKS*' to -top the work of forty or fifty pupils of Horlda. chancery II I m'lttrpfor the
to examine one or two. BABCOCK. James C. Watsoav I Tie I iUp ici pfH-H. ever toll: here.
N. B. COOK I 13 O. M.Pryor.Save .

I COLA AND .\ r LOW PHICES.i 16-lw Superintendent. 4U People in the alljl.atiflll. Alice Fred liaurr.AtniDfr.Klin\Valtrr DetSrui.AIr: I I i, CJ,. eTOn.X .A.

i The finest line of silver Curtain rises at 8 p. m. sharp.'At fcingrr, Anna E. OooUmdn i Bearttht uvao> 2au>;t
and Calvin Uoodman and I'
i .GEM BOOK STORE.. .. oods and silver novelties is to be I Emma Cody. iPA' i' '*""" a&M
I On Thursday the ;Sl day of October, A. I).
found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to For the next .the defendant. Emma Cody, n required I II II IJ ._---
.. Line of :School Supplies Tablet, Pencil, Penholders, Etc. I to appear to the bill Sled against her ht'reln.1 l
please all. t -1 t Cost C t 60 Jays-furniture
; mos This order to tw published once.Icn week. I by buying
I ---- at O. I for four consecutive wck. in the IUII.Y Hooey
M. Pryor's to make room for new IEW i "j your
I You must have good yeast to makebuckwheat | cambIa county l
I cakes. The West Florida tock. I A. M. MCMILLAN, I\ at Marston $ Quina's
CHAS. R. Clerk Circuit
I Steam Bakery sells Fleischman's; \ Foley's Honey and Tat KT B. H. Horton 0. .C.ivntacola. Great Furniture Empo
Yeast two cakes I .
compressed or one Kla. Sept: loth, 11" j
U1H SOI'TII rAIiFOX 8TKEET. I'I cake and one ticket for a nickel. i No opiates 1.oawUr rium. ,



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.... AN AUTHOR'S WORKSHOP. I Psoriasis
JUST .' ,nv- CASTRO MARCHING i Eczema, Salt

The PIa..ehrre iluiwer-Lyttoa
ONEWORD f nld Write at Enoe. I I

thatwo dl.t'T'U. TO CORRIDO'S RELIEF When fharlfs XIackay was visiting !I II RheumTetter: and Acne

f Lord Lytton ut Kiu-bwortb, lie was !impresMd i

tt'e I I be says in his "Utfolleotions! ," Belong to that class of inflammatory and disfiguring skin enjpt.. t.: tt
genuine bodily discomfort and than all ot.r! ;k-
with the l-eauty of the library. He remarked cause more worry j
't refers to Dr.Tutt's Liver Pills and i Proceeding With Large I to tie novelist tluit in such a !I diseases. The impurities or sediments which collect in the systi.:.. \ ?

Y1EANS HEALTH.Are to Valencia. r cheerful room ain"u;; so ninny iKHiks : of poor digestion, inactive Kidneys and other organs cf dim". i

iny eny author could pet through; a vast taken up by the blood, saturating the system with acid poiso.,> :'. : j

Troubled you constipated with indigestion? ? F, amount !ales that ooze out through the glands and pores of the skin, producing .n. ;. .

Sick headache? "I cannot write 1'0'I'll in the library gcribable itching and burning, and "I can cheerfully endorse yours s s

Virtigoi1 SITUATION THERE IS : ," replied Lord' Ljtton. "as in another the 3'ellow: watery discharge forms as a cure for Eczema. I was tr. :
Bilious? I with '* for 25 rears and tried .
into crusts and sores or little brown o.
Take stroll with me, and
place.' a
Insomnia? I : with no good effects, but nY -
ANY t>f these symptoms and many others Considering that Position: of His I will show you my favorite study:' and vwhitescabsthatdro 1 p off, leavingreined afewbottleaofS.S.S.wa.t'ntt. -
r indicate Inaction of the LIVER They went for n considerable distance the skin tender and raw. The effect ly relieved. Wm. Canptei.,

You NoedT Minister Is Threatened at that to the shore of an artificial lake of the poison may cause the skin to 313 w. Central St., Wichita, K .-.

l President Goes with 3,000 III Knebnoitli park and there t-tooil a i crack and bleed, or give it a scaly, fishy appearance; again the r::.::' .1'- .

I boathouse.: A small boat was drawn I consist of innumerable blackheads and pimples or hard, rll! bur..:; '.: .\

t lItt's Pills His Assistance. up ou one side i>f it, and on the other, I the face. Purification of the blood is the only remedy! for thc \':.J.i ;:s ,.. .;

1 diseases. Washes and powders can only hide for a \ir.\e the: !.. .
\Vih] mstadt, Island of Curacoa near a small WhitlOW, stood a chair I ? ':
IS -1'rtsident Castro of \' and a common deal table, on which\ blemishes. S.S. S.eradicates all p'tisunk't,- .i. .: .'
I lations antidotes the Uric i anti : .
inkstand. i- )II
c'onsidenn* that: the stuation of I was a pewter
Take No Substitute. YOU KNOW the drawer Lord Lytton I restores the blood to its wonted punty. ii1! ,r: ;.' ,
era! CarrlJo! his war minister, is Pulling upon ,
me !irises and showed his of and revitalizes the sluggish; organs, ,I:: :It!.. :. : .
= supply
!neatly critical Valencia, has I guest a PHM > paper I
I# ed to assist him with 3.00U men. =n in the treatment IK-US and a blotting! IMM.!;. I I' ties pass off through the natural'- 1 1I

GEN Kit.Yh KKKNCll; SCHKIH'LK; The rresidt-nt! crossed the contain more 01 "I can write more freely here. hesaid I relieve the skin S. S. S. is the only guarantwl! purely M.- t .: :<.' : ]jI
and strychnine? It contains no Arsenic Potash or nt:It.rindl. r.'::. : : .
Tt-qusc river, Wednesday and bt'!= : I "than in the grand library. I will purifier. : .
Following: i* the -ciiedtile "f the in most countries and trill adis ',' .
I about -
i i I Write us your case our physic: < tug :'
toll h"W the habit grew.Vht'n.
General French march to Valencia. His! army sill you
steamer to narcot '
government: k illustrated book .ski vi.! ,
IYe have a handsomely on < 1ets \\ \ : t
which TMK NKWS prints for the r'Imany sick men with it. poisons ? wa a small IMJV. I wasery ambitmusto I

( a c. benefit of tie utrrchantwto! hip fording to reports President yuu should not I write ami wrote an iiuinei'M amount .I free to all who wish itTHE SWIFT !;PECIi iC'. .. Atlanta, c..

) the \ ,riou's, medicine tor thE of tra-h. mother thought that the II II I --
; i their gaud to army will! attack the revolutionary My ; I I II
4 .i po"t- : I der Gf-neral MenJoi.a at Totuyito pregnancy. I occupation* of so much time writing I Foley'* Kidney Cure makes: the Rubber hose, all srt't. r
l;? ..... .. 1hO s. Mother's Friend 11It1l1..hihit'tl unll they will!
J.fl8"! rensacnln would !I. > injurious to my health di-eaHl kidneys -() o
: nIt tt L"t\v... Harraucae.1 .. ._ 7:5t a. m'l I era! :Malos. the : only? i' I elimite the front Cite blood. the Willis Hardware ((' .
?' l>ttvr, I'a-kein ... ... ?. H'ftl ia. is still at Oritoco.COMMANDER \ my writing in the library. poisons
Leaves Kurrancif ..... ":15 a. m. Mother's Friend ; "I thou had rtMtiurs-e to my bedroom, W. A. !)'Alenberte,121::! S. Palit..x.I : .
t ;'k 'I I Know One !Sure 11I1t and that il :
Leaves fensn>*ula ..1":18. in. ,
.o\rr v. s Kiirriiiic 11:1". a m. and then !i McLEAN forty year., and thai but was in due time ImnNluil from otiefu-let . w make. a trip to Fort McUvo and then re- I boat. the ndlIll ': that and (K'i'rivitl of i I'n and ink. The
I I e Pocket cutler and scissors You will have .
tar: ;o tinrrtiiK-a I I PfItu. j a
{ t . ri.ip.: m : Co. ? | more Imperatively I was forbidden to
% I'aHrrlllca.! I II. flower garden if ti .
r ,-!l\"< I'ickfni. .. .. 1/JSp.mI :I Lives and Literty cf Americans when you use this i write the more 1 indulged in the pn I from the finest to the cy ii
own ground. Your t..l-L.t, I 11 .
i .t-AVf. t'eiiMitcola ... 4",:: '> p. m I Be Frot cted on Isthmus. period of gestation Uibitctl jn,'. I tk refuse in the boathouse at the n'"i II isIIal'dware :
4; L.".'" Picki-Di ..' :.,) p. m.Ar.v \\cheapest I a brine, and he C..II.1" it .' i ?
1" ... l-itrruncns 5H p. 01. and u.iikeatrip \V.n hington. Sejst. IS.- "(' : of pain amt bear ami wrote fur hours with a leadpeneil though he thu.k!
+ C 't4t. I Co.M1UWit''IRtiY. may : >'t'wEverywoman :
to McK a ettuii rrtunit' ; th Navy Moody received thtf \ children? .
<- UMIIL:: the seat of the boat fur want-, 1 1.'u .' ; -
i t \VPduPdaysaudaltrdar! : : theY are worth knowing. I
si; t 4i { ; leave 'Karruncja 'Pick- ill!: 1- ;.ta.c'h today: from I ': my: writing tal-li1. So I learned to write : own, and if the will t.avtmlk! w
> t bu via druggists at $1.00.
4i e for IVtijj.K-ola at tii'.M;; p. in. Md.t-an. of the Cicciiinati; I to try a substitute. j IIt'I'n, nil 1 can iln letter work here I I Thus. Watson A: Co., '

Fir f } TH General French i n tar army "Ccilon! : Train far Panama free. ]I than anywhere d*."-Youth's Couiyanion. j The undersigned takes tlt "mtthod''leading Real Estate: Ax-ut-, : .

t'r { nte-tntlyandanyuut-idernlat through without Cincinnati's CO., Atlanta Ga I if offering her services as a i can show her how eu.-y: it i-1. :
q' ;y nave a pa. fr<,ni the quartermaster I' riflemen an4 rapid-fire gun. i I I !lr5t-:h"s licensed midwife, hay- one.
o take passage: o i her train coming toward Colon I I )
I 1I $(r *nuoii. Life. Take Care of the btoniacli. ing had 35 years experience.Can .
oldies! at side of track : I I give best of references from Buy a new garden hose
1tu: ) lad, the K>n of I The man or woman whose des-
i pointing loaded muskets at leading physicians: of this city.
: it would be lion i* perfect and whoa stomach from the Williv Hardware
and train hands, demanding
u; a few coppers for performs its every function is never I jltf Hi !South DeVilher; Wt.
of locked cars for inspection; (' daily papers says I' sick. Kodol cleanses! rUrlfies and Company

P tor no key: could not.Vent to I sweetens the stomach and cures pos -- --
i j "t' .Milion n, al \ lie stopped a
1"1' >
L11 4I II\\N'II!! -
somo responsible! officer; also itively and permanently all stomach
I Huns Daily Kxcept:: hwtday.i man to Hag following passenger :: the street and! troubles, indigestion and dyspepsia.It I! DR.MOFPETT'S Cures Cholera-Inlaelurn,

i cKt ; r "CITY OF TAMPA." : menace: removed. Freight I I should. be able to is the that wonderful is making reconstructivetonic so many sick I DiarrhoeaD'senteryandthe Bowel Troubles of
yftt with train. Will \ ,
passenger do if I bought people well and weak people strong tflilMJl Children of Any Age.
; LvM.lton: .S" :lm LvP"'nsacolaIYtpin of Americans
t i Ar Pen-seolai'ani, : Ar Milton 'i.nvpiii: protect; lite liberty I to this corner by conveying to their bodies all of fps' Aids Digestion, Regulates
I ; v.s
I c.,ttl? Farr,sic; KounJ trip.$I:uo. other peaceable enip'.ojees and I the nourishment in the food they I : rCTCETHING.POWDlRSl( the BowtlsStrengthens

tain unobstructed transit. 11..\' : to soil papers?" eat. Rev. J. H. Holladay, of Holla- : Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists the Child and Makes
fr strutted hanger to assit in this ) idle." I day :\Ii iss., writes: Kodol l has cured 6 ; TEETHING EASY,
4. & BALLAD OF OLD BEAUTIES. : me. I consider it the best remedy I I t- -,. mail' -"r reate to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS MOT
I philosophic little 'I andtomach TrsKEuEttTAIaTjiih -'<.K'. DB '. M"FKETT M> J) tr Sir:Just l.i tut- ",wL,1 ,t I .
used tor
President to Make Western : "d'yer ever dyspepsia myerpene'c. 'tub n ir t I: TKKTH1N \ r n t '. r. i r
i ., ,( Jtloii'i I I "I:' it- "r n' mr".-ni't, () air trouble; I was g-iven up by phyi- tr'Ubletce'-.inB. K -v rt a t Ij .rai. *. led it H pr: ri, T -It m I.r, iv \ i .
r 1."n.n urc.t, "i" t h"-. Oyster Ray 1- I. Sept. IS. : : papers in : cian Kodol sated my life.: Take Jilt. ?dto-'s-a a.r{ b; 1 P :i. ft.t-' ; .' H
.1 Ss. !'il-I r -'. i, r .mi| !,. ht|>PI.H), Rev. l.yman Abbott, of New l or .four lays big- i it after meals.; Harjri*' Pharmacy, the lit r b ITIfcr x.I-w..M.. rr n. Lt i- i "yT' r'HlNV! Fa'TU\.t.Ik '' -t r V i. -

n ; 1 t I--! lulu01: ro"iti.i.vs. and Professor J. W. Jenks were the other hand: I. i!i John Shtpiard; Sidney Kahn.Foley's V li U MKn: Kd, r.u d H- ,jet 1 -. ,, \ sI .
1'umc. lr> \"Uf -l -i: trtnetaAnd
l work y. ur oMn span (ident Roosevelt's guests at more off with > cr I I 1 I

!:, nrw roar > iri'umstanct-s, today. The president will leave paper' all the
AI..! i 'I.r -.fY 1..11. his western \ Kidney Cure
tom rrow on trip.

k: :-;. *... '. I', t.I II"Y npd; will KO to New York on the: \ replied the will lilies: kidcsys and bL drier right, [ Tllrn10at

t A. .I t I i 4 1..1 : .. : .: '. I.HI'I1. which sails about ! o'clock. I II I. I !
f $" Al' \< '." i i.< t lnj'i> dlir will! he icfompanifil by ;'eretay ; j guH1 in tb111'\\':- j
d ti '"i: I. .-\\If"I'! $. I I There's lots of money oe aiade k
Assistant i Sifrt-tary Loch 1 ,' tattered l pliilo--o-
teljou. !
ttr .
a I' '- All" .1 I I:" dnrs. I II
real .ate-Iot; of it. A real estate -
f. the white house stenoisraphet pit yor \ll"lle to _
: (All' n i -: u- well I s
;)1 is t" ,'< I n M ur ni<-,:,M.ngt>rs, Mrs.: Uocsevplt I othin'! Iii: l.t." i iju is usually a rer-board! to the -
wealth Xiios. C. Watson &
r, a An .' I'. iu rv 1.11.
I ab tar as New York with him. I Co., the leading Real Estate firm

. 1 1k Fa !I" i" : f !bowery crypt; I or lI"I'Iln. have some offers which it wouldbe '
.- :' I'1. ; ., : IIglt-n lawns. f maintain a rood worth your while toconMder.;: G<> ", : .
i i t'1 An. i I. \,i'v. rudely stripped I C.\\CE": Cl'KKIl: HY IUXOI U tiun is. Him nuirh! and see them to-day and don t wait
i t : S and France's III
tk .8' !""n FREE."I
$ I ? Well ct.'rt.iiiil\ till to-uiorrow

T : I \ I'"r I .. '; u-\i'usfs..inrll expansesYI ; All skin and lllimil Pi'pa.k>. ,J !'int''rltalill l r'''r, ,

.. Mrs. M. L. ,Adam. Fredotiia, .,
I hi11 ( 'a.] y "' :M (pf otherlnt 's1l411Dl
i ,t .a. :. ? .1 -..ry tflL I took Botanic 15lood Balm j the haliir I "f n..II'

I:\\",I.r fectually cured an eating; !i.. <.I'I Ij' "fit"MIM: -
'i. h Par:!" t'', \ .r. eh.irm* rnhances;
t > ;'i I' "i., i...t nil:;: your knell the nose and face. The ore* "),' \\ tian >\\ ,hrf' i
4 n1 '
; % \ t unit.inoi'SAn up perfectly. Many doctor
11' d'' I'i .' tell ,, ,'r 1' -'!r..I.\ .t"I1'| '
; : d :;ti-rj- her less.
I given up ca-a :as bop\ : FINE WINES LIQUORS ETC.S.
Puck I dreds of ca-es of cancer, : I lifi'il\ In- ;!':'HI: !111' il I .

/ f -orer, "yupptratiu; wellius: ', .-nt1t'. .s l.i- ?u i, ,tt- tm '
I' runt.c have bees eared bHl od ; ,. bi.-itl.r: : it \M'I! 'SKY

:,tuh1 .1.\ ". Is always Mowing Amuu\ other, Mrs.: 'B. :M. l !! i : |I.. a ili.-rm-'!
out I hi; : -,',1', and although half of it Warrior :Stand, AI... Her LO-C !'artitr.'r': U' Mild e-\)
( lip were raw :abeef, with otl
i :
uiitnii \>e c-an't trip him up. from the ::\ ] ; tli' ;:- \.111dl! w" V 0 BOX 11$. TI.a..I.IiIl'I -"
discharge eating
4 t> PPIlIt U'!',: lie must \\m a KifeWuwtr. t-\-IM-H. I't'. "b- ,
Doctors advised cuttih ,
: s \ .' \ Sun.U I '; .' r t :
'1 j !: IHIIs failed. Blood Balm healed why ..l-nuM! \\ ii''"
B. "'ate ..f the Knilc.N' i i .ore", and Mrs. Guerney i ', ate mn :.t- It
k : < well a* ever. Botanic Blood : .: ai'il up': !ICE Ar'D;; WOOD.WE
f : '. profes" ..'.! h.< advanced m 'irf, ul-o cure> eczema, itching : .
UI : ilj of l I.t. than -urtjnry but It
t -cabs and scales, li"Le pain,
v t 1' *:ouid not be ued exc-pt w here I ab'Iu j EXPECT TO SI PPLY A Ml CH I.- HGEK 'iK\i--! (
: i! ntfensive' pimples, blood poi-"u Iniiiieiise Sire.
.. .
::4 ; ; ; .ly| ce-ary.. In f,'-;e< of pile;1 ,
buncles -crofula and
i risings THIS :M MMER: TH.E"E.I: 1 EK: UK
i'>-xaniplf.. it i I" =*>td -o Irci, :
DtWitt's Witch Hue! S live cure-;;, Dru.'it$1 I \" View. Ky..
rut! -k1y :iul perIl; ii: >utly. 1..... !K-au.ple: ; of Botanic per Blood hrjre Balm" '-, my feet were SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW.
: fir 'bui-- size and I
tiltiiiifj cuts, burn-,
'' h W'.n'id. .. -Uii: die'i-f"i.: Accept IH I II, !'', prepaid Atl1I.t:1Oa.! :by writing rcnbe, Blood : -d and'!: Scientifically Distilled, Thompson Olsen c5: C *
; tF, c mnterfeit"I! was .tmublK I ; idle '11r..lld., ,
and p-cial medical advioe I
wit.i bierdirg that! 11.t : pr.erih".j, | Naturally Aged,
e pile tau i ia il'I Paled'tier.! It Foey'-
H certainly I "
', nlood and .'b! w'cll Manresa Street Tele hone. J; .
; *tri tgth. *ay* J. C I'tui;- while investigati"1 such!: i : 11 1 f.
1 4 lip". 1'arN, 111. "D,4Witt's Witcl,I j[' able remedy, as Blood Balm A. Aleml.erti-! Absolutely Pure. --- ------

t. H'izrl. cilTe: : : cured min a ,.hOlI=: tne nii( =t awful. wort and : HPM Am ? .Ue-t fur till I acs
tii'i- Soothe and !ii"-lb.. ilurgini'ii.'rmacy. I blond di-ea*. WICKE&COT
t | deep-seated( :
4 John Saeppard, Sidney, Fur HalDannheisser!-- b>
t : ---- -- ---
,I j K tUI: I A
# The Criiltui Dniu.Neu Bros.
--- ----

} I' 'i i t ; IN THE GOOD OLD TIMES. >\or u'liK-rtaLi'ii York's Croton l by i the- '-<*< : and Children. Plumber Gas and Steam fitter
; ,
I thick at the iiuttuin: ;o'Ni; feet hiah Always BougW - -- ----- -- ,
Troiis..-< v,irv f.iMcUfd with I"'!:S or tie IKIM <>f the t'ountlation 1:'" 1
... No. & South
I.T <. Falafox Street.
high afore the pround and l.\ ." //
;;& Almost ::ll t'.e furniture was importer li'tif It i i" located three miles All Kinds 01: Plumbing and Oa Fittings Materials Kepi OL Hid!

froI"I: ,rul. ekskin, the top of the dam .. J 'ELK..ftOlOJ ran '. PENhAOt/LA 'W\ .

t P 'y .\II old! I't.a{ ; r nine in Connwtlcutiv. feet lHe tidewater and Itm ,

!\i w..!> used hS a prison. almvo tie r.>s --r\oir in (',''utra! o

y Fki't Ttiero w:, "I.h' one hat factory and The storage np.u-ity i-. :',iioimn, ,<< Ilous. \ a good Bed- .A. :JM: Avery

iJ'ti'' y1 that made cot lit'll hats. Work has Teen in jTocn--s : Crib for the r \ alt

f yt p t '1'\\ oJ stage, 'te','hey I.or:111 the travel years and! will iigitimu* tliroc Marxton $ t r rtl

i r t ; t 1 t-t n'e'n NVwork and lloton. longer. Tho t'8tlm:1tl'tll'Oot of : ; ''Sr '('};-SOR C41 A\'EKY"LYIII.K

t ; .\ null who je-rep ut the proacbtr 01T.ticNed was $4.1oU.r 7;:. hut $1IwMtIMHi 1 ,.\ : H__-_____ IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
!! will In uiit'1.It .
,' : the sermon was tined.t' ; H rei

Virginia eoutataeil a fifth of the I

4 t ? i' \. hole population of the country. I -iois Could Not Help DISEASES 0 HARDWARE.

.\ day laborer considered himself j -11 I ad kidney tfl'ublefllr y' CJAG--7-- I

\\t.llIaiJ: with 2 (,himn( ;::; a day. i write* Mr;. Riymoud! C''>
s r t Y f fitil of tilKI08EY dJ I Iron, Nail, Axe*. Hhovf I*. Haw Mill! and t Hteamb'atHnpplies
htlton.Vah. "and
'lb The whippintf 'o st and pillory were : tI! d'<
: I
: and Stoves. Paint < Ill
Cooking; Heating > -
,1 14 r r staff: in New York and Busy could not help me. I tried; A Pleasant
v 0 standing; II Window Glass, Guns, Pistols and Fi.hing Tackle.i .
j I KiJney Cure, and the very fir< ;
tou I
'I4. ': '::1\'e me relief and I aii! now ( Agate and Tiuware and IIoHsefurnisliiiii Goods.
# The ehureh collectionas! taken\ In aluis I cannotay too muc, f"i F lURE U i I
a i +t F t at the end of a pole! with a l.t'llatttdlt,1 t Employment. .
s 1t t' to arouse the .U'opy coutribu- I 11 LI:!1 :S. Paiafox Giant Htitched Belting,
rix' Cooking become an enjoyable I' Revere Northampton Emery
yJ tors.-lVpular Meehanks.Ciirrs Cexttanl Wheel Co., Laftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's K*I.I I.
r t iia task when Ga and Buck Stoves and
I somine, Iron KIll Range, Wn.
ll<*iuorrlia:: of the Lun1I : DR. KING'S (d{ by & ni- Stoves are used. The : Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, )la5uryI -

f+. "Several; year since my lungs : TRY NEW u the but lot reason: No ashes, dirty I Made Railroad; Colors.

f. y were so badly atlected" that I had &, troubles coal soot, worry about Masonic Temple @ Pensacola Fla.
many hemorrhages; writes A. M.
even as want it.
T .1 1 Aka of \Vood liid. "I took treatment aa1 JJM\ .
y with several physicians with- : TAKE NO
IBERTE. Quick Too
out any benefit. I then started tot Cures Cons yg-- i W. B. WRIGHT comPANY
+ ; UkeFoley's Honey and Tar and my ,
Gas i h and
cheap compared
lung are now as sound as a bullet. 'Cobb, Bronchitis, I .
I recommend it in advanced with coal. you've
stagesof / PneumoniaHay :: the Mh day of Beo- MANCFACTCBEK8 AND DEALERS IN
lung trouble." W. A. D'Alem- i o'clock a. m the never tried it, try it now.
berte, 121 S. Palafox. : risy LaGrippe to the Honorable II
i County Judge of 1-;.. Ask \ii.Peosacola. -' LUMBER LATHS
-- -- ,
ntli ii I Sore Throat, Croup at. tor the action court house upon ,

t few RefrigeratorsAehareaT left which we will sell ,I Whoopbcr Cough. I feiffer' of, deceased dower In, Gas Co. SAWED CYPRESS SBIKGLES--Kli -DriES( S ,DI S

I NO CURE. NO PAY.I I 1 u noon file in 3

.o ,I at cost. Marston $ Quina. i I Pnc SOc. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES : Jndje I'F :UFER, 25 and 27 E. Garden SL, Paniaccla, Fli. ', PENS ACOLA. FLA


f if




Lon!: silk mitts fn black or white : \
is the fate of Moscow was burned on Friday.
sufferers from dyspepsia gain In favor
and Indlgeltlon. as the season advances
It your food remains undigested, it Washington was born on Friday. _
I I body, In fact, it does actual damage can't 1 build up the Helts of cream white doeskin finished Shakespeare was burn on Friday.
decaying in the with buckles of I
stomach and Norwegian silverae
;-r poisoning system. : America was discovered on Friday.
fJ worn with (:tuuies of white wool. ; II
Richmond was evacuated on Friday
i The fashion of
a large
very !
x = it Digests The Bastile !
\" KODOL i bow of ribbon on the left side of the was destroyed on Friday.

.' i"C// t What You Eat. corsage now seems to be universal. The Mayflower was landed on Fri-1 1 I

\ I' Ribbon three Inches wide is I
often used
r- Kodol Is the sensible! day.Queen i
remedy. By infants Children.
in for
:, eat it strengthens the body and at the digesting what YOQ making these big round chous. Victoria was married on Fri and

1 the stomach. This relit soon restores same perfect time health.rests The huge flapping brims of some of day.King The Kind You have Always Bought has borne the !signature .
/ \ Cathartics and stImulants only the latest French millinery obscure Charles I. was beheaded on
1 reach the symptoms of Cha. II. Fletcher and has boon made under his
I Kodol cures. It 13 Nature's tonic. the wearer's features. The broad Friday. .1

f,"Irate.:)a disease! the doctors ulh'd dyepepela took such a bold On me that could brims are usually semitransparent and. Fort Sumter was bombarded on personal Miperviaion for over 30 }'ars. Allow no ono
,wr fg' Ituokquantltieaofpepclaandother medicine whether to deceive in this. Counterfeits Imitations and
,i ,"ianrri-PSHtastrawlKMbhedalKodol. IfeUkntapro"emcntanni % Ala of straw, crinoline or neapolItan Friday. you ,
tJ'1 ah. w:,-"I'U lJOund and well GIOBG. 8.lliasB, AWrnSratSiSj.l&SSSSa*, TeL an.. braid, "holn fancy: plait Napoleon Bonaparte was born on ".Ju..t-a"- ()od" are but Experiments and endanger thorrhtlKi

t f It can't help but do you good. Hlack is still worn I'xtl'n'irl'ly. Semitransparent Friday Children-U\pericnce against llxperiment.

'I tt I:))\t'.r r )r.t.ln9?4 times aimuch altu,1( measurement as the trial black! textiles such ns Julius Caesar was assassinated on ; I
1'!'t'pI.d by E. C. lie WI ot 0\ Co.. Ohlt'a1o.' Sold siKhw'"itai' "' You Have'AlwaYs Bought
by all ;;:r..ntdillt''olle., eta mine, albatross, Friday.

f Ilali(t. U'lrcb duet: sec a Iklll IOOthlclt dlitt..,..healing. Beward application of cOulltertelu.for ptlei lores viol silk muslin net etc.. are almost Invariably The battle of Marengo was foughton Bears the Signature of

mounted over white silk or mercerized Friday.

l J .I''in Sheppard.Harfjia' Pharmacy Sidney Kahn.I' batiste. Inlets of cream or The battle of Bunker Hill was foughton I

ecru tinted insertion are profusely employed Friday.

z ":..,r .,1 Hieiiclrnt*. by way of r'licf.-Xew York Joan of Arc was burned at the stake ,
ik ii trifsvH for- on Friday.

'C' unto and its Latin John The battle of New Orleans was '
.Anderson the Worcester hay N
i..n !, i seems to inti- The World'n Bent TlinrLrrprr.This fought on Friday
playful? grand ball fur the St. Louis In Use For Over 30 Years.THE .
.x, wa, as ancient as Americans. is sail to Inthe electric cluck The Declaration of Independence was
itlf. III one in the basement of the Berlin observatory signed on Friday. ..... .Nr_. tf"r.U., c Y..NV. r. Y a Naar.r.rfr_ Nfw. ""'..
j rew" .C.J."c .
Jesse I'.iirkett has fousbt Lis > : : :: :. _. .:. .,::::: :; ; << .:>'""
tri way which was installed by ProfessorFurhUr - --_ -
: "ni> into the stet: class at last He will in l"C... It is t
i tilitl into a \11111 mi'. inclusii iu an
isl-1: rraok if subjevtedIrl loul>tls Stay tin-re. airtight! iass:! cjlinder and has frequently GARDEN SECTION

.. The woman cluunpion of the Un'.ted! run for in-riois! of two or

Sates. Miss Genevieve Ilecker, is at three months with mi average: daily o-OF-o

I,' id'.rd lllllllK-1. In-i-M-nt In Scotland with her brother deviation of only 15-liMi 1 of a second.

.. i d| the IHJ.V In the ee- making a tour of the prominent links. Yet astronomers. are not .satis-tied eu-n i fhla signature U on every box: of the centime I I Pensacola, Florida.

... rri-noh Kid linud the l'lpn'huul'I'ttlwr.- with this and effort3 are continually Laxative Bromo-Qainine Tabieu I -- -- --

'. life: I weight! has aiiiuuinccti his determination made to smite\ Meal conditions for a the remedy that -cures a-cold---In one day. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

t 'I.uue from KIIRniiMvered to challeiiffe the uiiuu-r of the I d.>I'h l 10 j keeping it not only in an airtight International Oostetrical Congress.

Yuun;; I'orU'tt-MctJovt-ni li;;ht. : ease l"nt in :an iiiiiNruroinulault! Rome Si-rt| lx Ani'Tuan ilwtnrs

This yr's I where neither clianp-s of were III in Beautiful Lots for Sale.
b.! the srrand circuit promise ti'inpi-rature prominent : ; tinlaj's (prjreedinRs -

to ImH'lIlt.rt' of an ill ('\'IIatillll.IIII\'IJI'! j nor of barometric pressure shall e\ l'1'i of the rvnurnlngu-al section .

thair'-ter Ix-tVri', for a number of foreign i j' affect it. of the international obstetrical consr 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, according

; cyrlers are elated to follow the : ''>'> which opem-ft her on Monday. ,
to location and
$ GOLAY=0* hi,' line. I Dr. follen of Rattimore. I>r. Byrne of
-- -
"Tticro Js I a way to knock out Jef-i TIII: Brooklyn and Dr. .lohnstone of Ciwinnuti Exceptionally Good Neighborhood View
Gr:: aid) Corn Meal Milis fries. but it would, require! a lax full I! TLKASIXG CATARRH ilidcussPtl!; (raneer and their mt>( ,

of ttad6 to turn the trick. .\ Mi-dp- i' .",SIt hilLiNG oats 1 of dealing with it. h'I'I High, _Dry Fertile_ Lands.

1 F 50HZ8LEZ 4 CO., Prop I, hanu.ii-r would lie ('s t'nlal." So says Vl'HIFOU.. fIYSc

\' ,a:.ll!tuft Crera (;t-aI-.e lialrsUIL E fAM BALMCRTARR q toiNvAIfEVEq Master Plumbers Take Strikers' Place3 i The grandest opportunity for investment ever

H- I"! Vi 'd. .-\0": P"HEOHOl'NI Walter Camp has been spending the a oR ? Kansas City. S.-pt IS Master: cffered in Pensacola.

iHM'h KKKI: ). sun-iiu-r at l'. ie Orchard N. Y. lie jiluiiiln'rs unable] to !leach a settlement -- -- -
rr i :.iid-jstry. tor there li will lio card :In.] adviser of the Yahy V ? I with their nn-n. inn of whom struck Home Seekers Should See These Lots,

i .,.." ." .Home 1 liuy your Manufacturer Meal ana, Hitball eleven. Joseph :Swan, last y; ;ily's Cream Balm I yesterday today! dount-d overalls and ---- - --

i vi: ," :,'our,, taome Indni.Y j ear's end rush, will be the Yale field and I themselves frilled the places of the
I I\SY plt-n-ant r" .A. V- Gru"b"bsCorner
\ ..11111 tlHI community coach. oust-. Contains no J, PO i strikers. The action of the master ,
t : v ?- indirectly benefited.i iijunou- trua; E etWteAit 1i d
-. !"'''I'' iimnulucturer jooi' lau Mcl-eod! of Buffalo, who is con- l.yueklc! 11..oiheft. plumbers was decided upon to protect

i, .'. .-ttiiv-of: > in N hlcb iou live owi and! Fidcn-d the lust catch as catch can I. .,.1\".,arr., 1,1\1'\ COLD'I.Ir HEAD iiiiwrtant contracts principally on ofSea Garden and Alcaniz Streets.

v ', :your support. wreMl-r) at his weight is coutemplatin I buildings in course of construction.
It pens ami fli-unm tilt :Na .u l'II. agea
I ii trip to England. McLeod will I Allay* Intl.iliiiii.itinn HcaN ind I'roa-et.. I I F.C. BKENT: WM.: H KSOWLKH.: w K, H1EK. JR. J. H, KhKBE
---- -: :;;:; "" nwvt man who dues nut scale i lilt- Mi-Ill <:ant Restoretin -vn-" at Tii-tt
--""" any tIInd .IU'II. Large azet1C .t Iuiggt.t-- 111 i Foley's Honey and Tar i- peculiarly PresidentVice President t'aeblur. Ass't Cashier

PUBLICITY FOR I Wore than lilt IK'"I1tI mall Trial Kizi. lUc l>> mail. adapted for chronic throat troubles -
\ 1-.I.\' IinTIIEIt-.
and will positively cure bronchitis

f THE PEOPLE I Avoid .ult'? of kidney or !I I \\arreu'l.t.t Yoik. I hoarenes and all bronchial/ diseases. First National Bank I
bladder disorder by taking Foley' Refuse substitute \V. A.

Kid lit'en rp. \\'. .\. I)'A lem bf'rte. D'AIPrbarte,121 S. Pahfox.
Ii h\.f + K "ri costs Poll a Cent, 121: S. i'alafox.limi I

)1 anJ Her WrrJ is Head BEST FOR THE }
I > (- .'or siiilfThen lIit..... If you want a nice present to give ,
(f H\ '.\cr:> ho\) '. v | ; to a friend, go and look through/ the
iI I is a iTfcct plague of tarantula
C:w....,.,...w.--w-w.+<+ BOWELSIf i elegant line of suitable articles at i DIR: : EOTO .
"l'i.I..l's i in the south of Siain.. astrSenile.
M' )NI\ 'ru l.LZVI sillTtrtisis ] J. I. Stephens you nrely can findsomething WM. H. KNOWLE8 W. A. BLOUXT. F. C. KRENT .V- K HYKH JI:.
Tintiuinlxr of the
. j to please If
you. you
MI 1 eat that ail the guitar pl.i.\i-i> t.m. ,.'A\'PII.t. ,a rfeular. htailv. ...m -m.nt, "r thetIr D. G. BRET
\ I I I.M II nn improvitt real -* I ; ,-) \ joun' III.! .' x 'I! ," h'epo.i t want anything; in the Diamond line
\\ L' < or -umll amounts lowi { llf lli-.UUiHirllOIKl: llllVC been ('Iu!! ": t.i-" .i.: iU,:>, i I 'I 1 -t 1'','I'. "si".''"Mit tb> be sure to see him before you buy.Foley's I {

e > .- i"Il 2 S.! on fiiliifox UfslitK.M..,Hriioks.l-istier ( pli.d.; uhry li.HteMatilisliiil .1 out: t' .1 .nil1"0 i i n 'i-i;" i) >?l L. t lug I' 1101I.Iftt I ; r ri! ua D iti A t d !tLg

finish ut: ihi- rite of ulh-la'ne'-| sI.:1, I CANDY I D m n i u

by the harmonic cme Tin- ;' CATHARTICEAT Honey and Tar
'I i \ fCC'I moneyTi
M i" 1'\\-IIOYou lil.i\t-r has to keep nIhe nine "1 1.:1 ,
i I'< i. any amount you went cures colds.Jre'ents pneumonia ----- <
,, ', tt-rmt alit lowrbt rates": while the pi-r-.t lnn n I Intliv i 'We draw our own Bills of Exchaujre; on Great Britain, IreJttiJ \

"niiblf.on inprosedcttvrralwin. Pall\ siiultidaiici.s to a il. In, ..---uewhen >- I' Germany. France Austria Italy Ho!Iai.1. !pain, Heigiara
i&kerft4'i South | Water coolers that do not : Russia: Trl
In-tt .
11':1.""", Il.e patient I "tiL. L ,
way. Hweden. Denmark and other European coantriea.jSST'Ve .
waste ice at the Willis
h.ul. tin- guitar player oiiipiiiu-s toe --

I ,\ .tNT.:y, niHurM Til till your!tltll pr'-perty W MOMSVi pro. ".1 mil.\ who aiound tiit ln-il MII: Hardware Co.'s. els Disbursed upon 'h- Mt Ka.orablc Terra, ai.d 'hetl.

> if title, buy or sell real t-8- '| in:: the discnchaiitinent taranltdfrhyul Obligations Taken Payable a* Port of tstu'alloL Ten cr Fiftp Ot< I

'"' ',..perty.Janydscrlptlonhasact. tats attended to, j ", which mi;,;ht be translated a-i alter Vessel Arrives! there, __ __ i iL
-d or your 'EN\\ LIKE CANDY __, n _
WatsOn A CO.i. ,
's" ml.lrHb Thos. C. follows
r :
i. Pi-nsa- I'Min: I'ulFttal.l, 1'tenl 1.1ft; in-.Id. PoOnoitNt SAfety Deposit Boxeit for Rent in Connection 1
Insurance I agent
t r >and ; ,, ,. .
this M r h i W -.L-n. i hili"t. .n''h'?oU BALSAM
"n5r out come inst.iut.
I a. imrK -, nimh-rnte.. To rvt-ryoue I ,', p. r t, x Wrlt (IJr ins .a'uI' "n I bookletn -nIt CI..,..... and hrout I... the hail. with which we have a Priva Apartment for tltaUia I
.ItatfrinacN l will lnnJ mon -y 'msout thou vt-num bee, alt L .\In" .3. 1'..""noi.. A luituianl growth.Never i
.l I" bUIld a bouk Nd-lt I And may he cruel. biter jt IK LI Mi ktflHIY rnnrtXT, UIH4M or NPW 1JN1.KEEP Full to RMtore Ormy of Rent Arll.

-- --- Fure\rr take to flight. YOUR BLOOD CLEAN ,% Cum Hair O ra to p ill tl'"..Youthful*. bftirfrk Color.I..", .
I''u t iii-.ln- Itunna-. I London K\pres : and fl
I 1" i- I I. Is )i-r.ntnNm. : hnu'.I.1tr.. I ,- 1 1I WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! .
\t \ I r:> r6nnl'IINurtllIara.d"na i'iliif-.s C'aniuit IM- I'ured
.1.. It.lrun .">->-lW
- --,- I by local applications :if they rHlII"tI THE NEW GROCERY STORE. wilt. In.ou! for onr toan. y
__ N.I 'I "ra',,' aln'k"F' '
a.Al' It I "H'Ia."I.
reach the diseased nf thejear. .
portion ..,
'or Item .f' "t..1 .UIJ" .
I l"
.. .._. .. .. ._ : 'uIU'''. .., ",' I. ... II' And,.
-- -- "
n. There h i- to .:: == 0 ,... r
I < only one way cme o = = .:: == = our ..." \\ ,l" ." ,,_
N I'-\.A I furu. heI :-'11 q' .
Kh mom. 1'"r..A.
i. ely .. .. 'I' : J"
d..aflll' .
and that
s iby ('nntitu.I t .. ,,. ',
.. t or pea I It. }
: f :N"rtti ''prrrtatrset. ;It I ., ,. ... ..."
.t .1. II"'IIAI
i I tioual remeiliesDiafti**... is caused iAZILLMOVER eNl'r.. 'rrl uthrrog4.l. I I. '.. ,
........ .... .
U"I& ,
< '''' II'ur .u 'aloe
I-'OU &\.J.I... i by all intl.nin-d! condition this iim- '1'tur..l A, Ilxl trunk hl..r.. w d .'
-- : nl: OA NL4F'.INIAdY I ;' :
Clllii lining of the F.u-t.icliian Tul,'-. First-Class Stock l G U ; heeu
Keeps a Complete l .
i"111:111nn, : KasttimNilcn .tr.,i't; When thi-tllh..i..iut1am"'ll have as"v aNU' I'hw' "I..r ".1 r. ,' 1prywl
you Ils Ireurdn6dr'rrd"I: .J

i .Mini.'sunundd! in'crior. di-l,.>itli Kbtullilu niiiufioui'imifrk !Lruntbliursoulitl orunperfi.cthtaiiiifT '- of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries. .RB'.TnT K.dtrr..... Ito., "", '.,:n'hrLti.'? ..'I.It.I.lyu.. I r.", .I:I' '. a
Jam 1'.1 sift .t ar I Irr U ,... 1
.rymu '
artKoui)! tn If a vi- and when it is I'ulil'dclo"'d .. J 'a I.
\\ I.I I-t.II at ImrKiiMi" lit- uuu- No 30 W. Government St. Salisbury Block, .11 rtpaaett. d ... Ia.s, 4'd' Is-.. h fYI'I
I ; ; l Deafiif-ssis i the icsiilt and unk-s ;t 'I, I! 1.0\\ 1 rk-s.",ur, ","ure \I." ', ",

in I.UlUsCenirr: hy our; enslUit'1Fflu's' ><-l..' 'I I the intl.uiimatiiMi can be taken out i TKLKPIIOMK: :'J7. I" da",\..L't'MI ci me,. .,. f.-.r-t. '.r, \1-a- ,e,.I II" ','f ro.r I'" ,"I', oGo.drrpeelrni '
-- ,, and this tube ri-r-ton-d! to its normal ..1' 1",1 .,11 .r.:' ,mi' Nr I a. \\ ? s \., l

I'I \ 1 I.h -. |t.-r i-i-nl h..I'hl., a tine condition, hearing: ;: will b.- destroyed 10 inch. ,.yos., I.rpsa, 1 am t."o... ,lei.b., ..wwha'di. .- -..I".. .:'. Is-.N ','',I.vr.. II I .I..'. t',. t"I', u'saw
< 11I"11'' : jU.tfronitbefactor> : for I ; : ,' L. a,.j l$. .'
nine of
( vrr out t'll
cases are
n I fu 5ltun'. organs dhs and i ; The Star '

".. i I''I!. .,-.n'in..t..''larra-jdiia.Uix, co-t at Ki-ut tf r''I" 'canned but an by intl.nned catarrh: ,(condition which i N nothing the Laundry,; I ova soap coal coy. 12th S Pifer Sts. sr. 'LOUIS, MO.

mucous surface.
.j: \l.h. y nn-t :11''".y most trims Cfslratlt by the IoU Fisher in We will give One 1untilfri Dollars Biggest Busiest Best "-

I I. n:., AKCIICT. :*'.'. isoutb I'alatoi; for any cisi of Deafneneed; b'atarr'h \' NOTICK.I CHOICEST
) that be
( cjiuiot cureu by --
1 bU'" Catarrh Cure.'ull:\ for cir have been authorized to take -OJ.- i

I'll *. :i ctilars ; free. : An Evening Call on 'ub-criptionr forVu1.. Jennings

HII to li-a-n barber trade. i F. J. Cn;.>; KY & ('u., Toledo, O. : Ilryau'a paper "Ttif1 Cniniinmcr.
,1'I.Pt acltc-byfreeaork.e\pat' Sold by Ini'4rists.. .{ic. f FRUITS fl ANDCONFECIIONERV f fAT '
i Your Swell Friends H .00
i..nmnstrntion, lflures and { :: f.r' r- ::1f I The price U per yi-ar in ad-
i iiii'tiiiiilii'h for graduals '' 1 :. ranee. Th if de el'4aturday.' board ----- \. 1 { .t- I you will find will he warmly received I -
.,miM and past!U'UIar- ULtilfd ,, c' can h'lVfIt --nt to t "m ny sel'dii.":
I'.i.ti.-r lolltmS.?w "rlfMOs-\'lt\ i Jam I"or She Uriti..hrlll>. .' ... :; ::"'.,, if you are well and neatlyr' I M.WJto the und('r-lzued. C. APOSTLE'S
i I A eur.eufrttere: ot the war has 1 H. :\1. ROTHE, ,
dressed, and linen is irreproach 'I I
\11 Mil! t::ny lioutiiy l.anJXar- i| b-vn the dtaetuely of jam hy the I'.n., f p)r8j.-.... ... .J tl\ :t' your Cure Daily X"wi
t 1 I >>,.t: ii. fs,' Aaiitional Honifh = .'. I ,.- "l. able..A woman ft refinement t 14 East G nrnment St. t
: j K "ellsyItllldluilding.| | :; si es'I'o j.uL"l'i mi Mr. liro.l J. :;, I -- ,

-- \1.. .1m !I r'<':1'S ,vrinteil reply to a tj'.iestiou in tin! r lI r 1, ,' always Pu'e.a\l11111'3Well; bred in- Formerly C'orrtt-va! ; 1-tfiurau'rftaci!" I

\ e .' i--AU kiuui o' ..m..ry 1I(1'f beer I lio'i.stoi coiiinioifj.iiu li.irleap< ,
'-i S A. I1 "IIttIII''I. .! ;
i from I'll-! ri.k: of a hoiiM-luiUI delic.u-\! ) y;): S-- ,= ,old he goes into her pre?nce armored t" #' .)) per dozen
.. 151hlerrrte : 1n4 4. ::I ?waiat
I lie option of a iniliiiirj 1It..t'S-il.; \ -t Ij .. .. 's. tim ,
t 'II"I \\.11-\1111..11111.... I II" i : -. ,'-f. with beauty when his shirt I u( .
, ) f / MARVEL
'J Whirling Spray
-- ---- uirinialncli 1 a c.-iliipi?gu call hardly -
| i collar* and cutN have been done Uf s: t
l. :' \\rls AM' rl'MI'S- h J: \ '" 3L.nrwt..Ial.wr. ;
I M Merrlttnmlt tutb-! !he coiuiucled to slice-s<. 'l'htir1yfudtul i .... .: \ c '.u" ". ':rta! 1 1 !
-- at the 1 Star Laundry. I .. .
,., Dvers.I : uuudrcd itid t. '.'' 'i ... '''';'..1 e.c a .nt
at- '" ,1an
Net on ihf lust.tlinifiiti ihiii>aml. seta Inuulri-d ;and sixtj > .. Thrw'tiny l'apuies aresupenorI
> low l hut .tnctlyniotvi i a.. your ero>nat l fur a. ?
.. I' M.: -rnlt, Olive Flit.X j I tt ii pounJ.s of jam were 'ou"ul1lt'll dur II h--tm jiiMt.y ILl'kii of n,,aria. !' I
:.""a ALL WORK c. o. D. Gccfis Called for and Delivered Free M un el.: use! nuOhre
hu'- of it
itiu tl.o v\ar by the army most hnimniu-in i' f"rll. s' C"hct'Bae and lnjrUnaS
liijuuftictund in this country the lest I 1"ar..1, ;k-.d,4' Illjl.VH. n Gay are in 48/ b l'tl'I 'I'HY. i TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST- fail bam.u.ftrfttntl Mwijf i (n*
. :.
, '''' w. VA"lal..Il..t M .
: 1 R t I.. (0.. ,
'l""H KKOWN I.KUHOKNS i ; of it iu the colonies. It is computedI a. -i, witljt .ll tinyirrtrp ,

-.l. .> Stork and KRijH for falsF I i thai in the tear heal alone thirty train WALKER INGRAHAM Manager. Room y.'c Times Bldg.. New York. .- WIH H U' nsuGgiSTC

F __ arWillHHrdwaret'os. itktt! [ l Itiads of jam. at :Ski' > tons to a load. ,

'r.tuly .h..I. I were M-'it to the !front and that: thearniy' I t ?- ri :

, \i.j \ I II! H"I| IIKV -win -rfopt-n: her- consumed more than half its i i ESTABLISHED 1863.i LODGE DIRECTORY CURE YOURSELF I

-i .ILU at No '. W<>.t Jrcksottsaching !I own vcidit of jam in that tiwe.-LIIU' i ----- r.eBigJforunnatural
dichar.r.fad.mmatiunr. .
1- *'_"p..r'i salon!II.grades: or ."IL.i>.w> for, t don :News. McKENZIE OERTING & CO. -PYTHIAb I irritation of maeoo* or* mriniiiaDc ulerUo&t.
i him t: ---- -- I : C"tiiEEuACdrraiCo. PuiDlil. and D-/
! U .\. I It Ii l 1111).. e -DIALIRg I No. 3, K of T.. geator pmeua.ud.
.\ Sad Disappointment. Peniiacol Lodge. bed Fr Ieu ght.,

; tI 1' .'AhAH. BiIh1FManufacturert ; v? j i fc di* I Gener-al aar-dwar-e. meetierery Monday even I tf- Bent.spree ln ,pinta pr-pad wrerpr, ivr,
t- luelfectivPliver medicine !a and
I -r in Pair Hoods flats roiltli j : Ship Chandlery Ing ar epalat Castle Hal to. or a tutOte. {U5,
: ; \i- Oil t'tc..1I.1IIi. (;o\'t'rnwt'nt I appointment, but you don't want: toi r.I in Baildlng.tbe third Bloant floor-- W.tioi /hrcul nit .n i*;aeat.

strain and break the gland* of I &OS AND 005 & PALAFOX STREET VlBltln brethren oor41.1I'
i pure; CHICf.sllMB'ENHYROYAL t'AG.IaM
i i
i.4r Tune :
rats. i welcomed
I }
::: .. -' the stomach and bowel. DeWitt'* --------- .A.GENOY'- H. A. LVE. PILLS

1 ,t' '.s> :FUR ntanquetsorspectah1 KUNKKAL8 turuifcDKSu ."signs Little Karlv: users never disappoint. I REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN A. ROEBLING'S KOFiS CO. 'c.; H. HOR.LaRSeasonable K.R.&H. r/;),., ....c,... ardr-iT .........

J .ten> :Jloieco.: Htt tirrgorytd fliev cleanse they-tem of all poi.on ; GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUSriEL &: SON'S PCMPB. )S-1.\:-"\ l Atli.'S. CUK.III. I I,.'.41rJ.- X.I-l.MI: : arr
: !mt :and putrid matter and do it s.) g't>ntIJ {\add. :.; Irish a, : mid .2.n ... ..

( l'1' b'LlIt'L'Iiti. : that one enjoy. the pleasant eff-ct. : Cum Strdiji Piliti, Oils, Iiotica! los'rioiigti, furls, iislirs, ChIli! 1 household _- t..l!1 "" '" 'fat r'iv... ,........... a.rq.'.,IeI .- I
-- -- ---- They are a tonic to the liver. Care j 11..- .' ...1lr.r
WENS and Moraltfitgns OOM PARSES. L4 GS. ETUI Jf -.-, ...- .|'..3(.1.
l biliouae* liver and I and kitchen utensils at thei .
torpid prevent it J.: '/./.ru.rr- ".Ul ,\, .* !
ordered for 1 '
11 enstoiurcBtii fHer. Hareiv I Pharmacy, John 0. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Aatociation. > u V." 11 UWf ix .ole jUllkfIcMrrt 'ta
Mort-no, 83 West Gregory, .
al h e.lyd C .
t swarm Kheppard.: Sidney Kahn. i I Willis Hardware Co.'s. I ...... 'u s-r .-....'e..e4 PHll.A. Pt'*

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H. E. Pierce left yesterday for TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR GREAT
Kerns City. California.
-- a rt i Mr. Fritz Zerr and children are Odd and End SaleIS

I Me;; r'!. John/ Christie auJ Allie MOTHERSSleep ;' home from a pleasant: visit to Mis-

llierii arrived home from Beaumont sissippi.Mrs. zj
Texas, this morning. They went to John C. Cater has returned
I that place last Sunday to look after + '1 from a visit of several weeks: to youth

Bend Inc?. LAD IE'
oil ,
of the
The first of
brewery Jos. *3.00
and they were very much pleased to A. G. Campbell, one of Milton'sprominent
1 I I Schlitz was a hut, but the Oxford. Pat Leather,
attorneys, was on our
4 rep irt a very favorable compromise
streets today. brewed there 211. "
beer that was ..
j had been made with contractors. i j

Mr. Christie said this forenoon' M. N. Fogle, a tobacco drummer was honest. That was fifty I LADIES'
I f I of Louisville is here He is
j t that he did not think the entire loss I for Skin Tortured Babies and today. years ago. Today the magnificent $' .50
II i
I' Rest for Tired Mothers, In ,| at Hotel Escambia. Sandah,2utton,
s. ,
would be much
i from the fire over Schlitz i brewery
Warm Baths with V. E. Coleman and Miss Ida Wes- $1.89.
? floe I! this including both oil and
I I of Chipley, were arrivals at the forms a monument to that

a equipment He said that on the day i last night. honest}.. MEN'S

i the fire broke out the well had began $3.00
E z uUCUtct H. A. Johnson has been appointed
F : to furnish oil at the rate of 1.200barrel inspector of timber and lumber From the very beginningthe Southern Ties and Con res-,

p per day, and about that or Escambia county. main object has been to $2 47.

j: .i amount had been taken when the SOAP 4' Rev. G. W. Tollett, pastor of the attain absolute purity. In MFOxford : \ -

ll ties, started. It proved to be one If Presbyterian church at :Milton, was a Schlitz beer pure yeast was I ", ,

of the finest gushers ou the entire visitor to the city today. first introduced in America.In -. ';

llnlj, as none cf the others were And gentle applications of Cuti- Hon. \V. A. Blount has returned I $1.24.

't. r then yielding more than fa+ ) barrels; cura Ointment, purest of emollients : from a visit to Washington, Baltimore -' the Schlitz brewery are ,--_ --- ..
.f' and greatest of skin cures, 1 and other eastern cities. 'I all the inventions men have
;] kF1 t "iv-h< day, and this hid to be pumped .
; ( to be followed in severe cases by MEYER SHOE CO.
"lit. I mild doses of Cuticura ResolventPills. 1 Judge' and Mrs. J. Ct Avery are made for protecting beer ,

ra i 1'' i nome from Waukesha, Wis.,
\Vin! the Pen*acoll men reached This is the most speedy, from impurities.
T and economical : Mrs. Avery spent the summer. Feet FuruMirrs for (':Ill Only.
: i r (f 'j H".tllIllout they at once began arrani'lIJ.t permanent, treat- Schlitz beer is even cooledin
aJ j I ment for torturing, disfiguring, Mrs. John B. Ellis, Misses Kate
4" attain of the and i PALAFOX STREET.
: ; company !
itching, burning, bleeding, scaly, and Aline Ollinger and Miss Bessie filtered air; then it is filtered

j tiui.hetJ doing so late Tuesday crusted,and pimply skin and scalp McDougal came down on the City of then sterilized. It is I

r c ilr'it.! They left yesterday morning! humours, with loss of hair, of infants I Tampa this morning.A. HEY!
1 well aged to avoid the cause
at P o'clock.Mr. : and children, ever com-
H. Steward of Atlanta and
1" $ Christie said that he woud not ;'!| pounded.i I Frank Anderson, Jr. of of biliousness.Ask You remember I told you about all the New Goods on tl... way; I Ia:t-r.
f Memphis,
'. Y, surprised to soon learn: of a disastmus ; a..cried| b7CI TK LKA (il.MMhM.: for Iwaud. I both frequent business visitors here, your physician about
1 \iujf, the flin, tar rk'ani-iiiif thewdp( and\ WELL
t'1; 1 fire.spring up there any day )I the .toI|>|>ln.{ of tolling hair, for aoftentug, are at the Merchants today.Mr. Schlitz, the beer that made ,
I wliitrmiif.! and< fcOothinir riM rough, end sore I
{ lNte.tmboilers are within a few inches 10:11I.1..811'\\ for alt the iiur|*>."" of the tolk-t, and Mrs W. F. Harrison of It's here, and ready for INSPECTION and PURCHASERS.!
(,1 UUr" r\. Milln\ n i *,,, of lurge;; storage tank, and at night; i ithwe iI 1 TU i KiMUPinfiatlKfiiraiinittlnirlrrlUtlon: *, Milton came down on the City of we trot Goods? Well, what a question. Of courp we have.
I iiiiljiimutions,and l dlallu, -,b'u; tree or ndrni ; All in the gentleman's lIne, and it will make you look ui<
may be seen leaping several > hi!\e prrepir.'tion. In wa.hi- for ukertttveIreattue Tampa today for the purpose of at- to date even if yon don't feel that way.
-<'-,said for many f:native,anti-i'i'tic tending "The Devil's Auction."
i -rt feet -ibove the smokestacks. He *aid i 1urjMi.iewhuli r.a.llly a u,: i-t them-rive.,

? ; X s thee! were no spark arresters in tie JV Foil, 1'aLL.e.thmnzhuot Brit-t1 the virM lKMit.TiS.110.: ...Ch.rt:V..OIVTHFVT.rhou. ...*q., Tax Collector A. H. D'Alemberte CLOTHING.The .
frv I i 1.0-Klnn. inoch lfpot. i Kurdr l Pin, I'en Fur.TAK is home from Nashville where hei
iJELO 4>O CUtH.Lute, !Su th euwaI
'.f and It was po-itively dangerous at I I MEYER CO'S, a line that for manufacture, pncp ;u. t tI
i 1|I went with his daughter, Miss Bessie, ': !, will satisfy the mot fatidiou=, and, I don'ttop at the clot'"-.- n I : ,
tit r ; t 4 all times on the Held. !! I who has entered Belmont college I know the J. & M. Shoes and J no. It. !Stetson; Hats don't tak lu< k .
ness to this It is alo stated the
j', 'J 1':-e well in which the Punsacola: !: j poit. i there. | for anyone, and have you ever heard a complaint against; the Jai j<., !
7 I j present effort to have the line run I American Hosiery Co's Underwear:'Well. I guess not, and in'it1.! ; I II
)t fZt |l1't-tit(9(: ate interested bad stopped j I Louis Klein, proprietor of a big : Did you say Neckwear, Collars and Cutl-? You bet I |11, M-, .
j from here was impelled by the fact
3 ) W.:-!h il, !tnditse uipmeut was: made ;, brewery establishment at Tampa, is | every description. Jut drop in or fall in and you will be picked l I
.a | that projectors of the proposed: fruitline i ii fitted up to a Queen's ta te. Yours for Men' Furui llIn-; .
3! 4t: dt -.tlve'in much so that it will all i iI! j at Hotel E cambh. Mr. Klein is ,II

., I i l are endeavoring; to secure can here in the interest of shipments
i...t to be replace( How soon! this I : JOE COLEMAN'S.21U !
cessions from the from his business t .
'I quarantine regulations place. L Bear & Co. Wholesale
ui i.I! be cannot be ,tated. a! it U with. Agts
1 and should they succeed theI A. Wade is here from Mobile and ; SO\'TIII'\I..U'O\: I J
. ,, ci.; it ditliculty labor can: be had and i Pensacola, Fla. I-
\ .' I I I same conces-Ions will be a-ked b,y i is preparing to move to that city I
f I ht-U.! Contractors steal one auothr II
rTuI I the other line. permanently. He has: closed his :

'++, ,, ,.t I'oj ', s !.lborlnnuen; and 10 saute C.I-eil''j i real estate and rental business on NAVAL 8TOKKS MAUKKX wwwthvQwmod<< ) .
I A recent decision of the Alabama 1
lm 4 .I ; ;, o:5t-r them fabulous price to work j i \\'e..t Government street and is today deported Dally for The New .
I state board of health
: : m not allowing I
\ I! :J a! mother place. One gang: mighti putting his household goods on Union Naval SlorelOo.
"if I j passengers to come into Mobile from i I board: cars for transportation. Fall Announcement : i
1 1 c ,' !, e working this morning at one well i B08IS.

t t f: -: and this afternoon may: I lo inJuced j; Cuban ports is also said: to have'I I AM. Soderlind of Chicago was an WW_... .............,::1 &lj!, H..._......_ Jl ,*'. :

I' .. 'i by !better pay to change their occuJ'I' !I prompted a desire to operate the line"!i( important arrival at the E-cambia II WO_.......?...... a5;>,i 6.._ ........ ...... 1 in : ::

t + ,: t. : j' from 1'eu-acola. I i yesterday He spent this morning N- 837', 340 K __. .. ....._. 1 S.."
: pre : >a to another well. Any alai all ]i -- .- '--- j the I x.E .... ....... .. t.i, FBTrJMH
on bay and will home
t i ?' I..b..r go tonight. K _. __..__. :i 4ji t D...._ _.... ... I .''. LOUIS & CO. :
n accepted, and for common i This gentleman i
,, I;I PLAYS AND PLAYERS largely interestedin j iL_ .. .-1.y! C 4 below 1i I

+ w..rk, as high as ?10 per d ly is paid I j the new syrup establishment at HrlBlTB TURPENTINE t' ,. -
I Comedian rrano is I to play Dildllanmi 1 Hvea Fla. : II{
and is ,
9: Labor is a very scarce article in that just returning
\ \ : .
'j' i all fir the coming season. I I from that I IS. 7llarenoKcicmng one of tinl'ntln1 a-
.i '.,'y just now. Ulus of workmen | J.'ah'UII Jt.vk, foiiuerly member place. CLOTHING AT hell a- one of th(' )lost t'p-to-Il.itr .'.. 11fI/ l

'-I I < rive on every train. of the IVMoniaiis, has returned to thefctago. H. Stout and Max Baumgarten 'I =--tuI'k 1.\t.1' broulll (o IViisiit-ola. .. .

{ :1 t. I'm; : I'ensacola gentlemen stated I |I of 1lemphiwere here today, leav- LESS THAN COST lit

it | There is to IK a ballet of twenty-four r.iug, at noon for their home. Both\ We have ju-t received a Large Assortment of t+tlil"{ I ..
tli tt there are at least &H; ) dwellings 1 French Flannel*, the Latest Thing: for Wasting-,: -"
I I ; j jtml j ;girl lu 11 I:. Wct" !! cowing production i ,, are officials of the l,. & \. road, and j Beginuin Thursday I will otter

_ ',,1 > : buildings: of allsortllleinp'rect-; I of''Iau; high; Hull." I were treated in a royal manner yesj j I for sale at" 2KJ( South Palafox street 15, 20, 50 and 75c yard. :

- I t : : ,* f ii there! and streets, ar! torn up in t j j i Mr. 1*. Frank Ct-liot will Fi)\'nd a terday afternoon Freight Agent. ( $5,000 worth of Clothing; Mme*, _
1 i| UK mill or sis wrt Ks In the White ; )[(eu's Furnirhings etc., at just what
: Ii! Roberts showed: them the Gingham for School Dresses! S, 1O, 1.1 ami liO, v..' : &H
., PV<-r ydtreetlun with the layitig of uioiintitluo In New Hampshire. i, over city they will brin;?\. Greatest bargain?
't. ,; ,>rw--1" :arid the --trpfts. and about the water front. ever offered If4
\'I'i j: J paving | .1. \l Psl''y' ItO.Pmiut'5t Las engaged I -- here.F. E. IIRAIVNER.OABTcRYA. Our line of Flannelette are the very bt-t ;i. T!

if, : I Ml=s War In th tla,' church Copinll!scene, soprano of the to third singKul'iH 8, 10, 12 'i and 15c yard. 2'

!I1 1; TOBACCO ANDTIMBER ai-tof "KulM-rt KiLiiut." MARITIME.

>Ir<. Kolxrt .\. O-ltorn lias deddodlu ita Five Thousand* Yards Embroideries goon 1":11.I'J: !, I..., "9
tare the Ka1 Yoh Hata/'ears &r;f
t ni-l.ribttn! Hie IVrkfU-y lycvuui.Nf : 5 8 and lOc
( .! : MEN : \\ YIII; k. of uluih she has taken a a.glliture 11 If+ #. .. yard. 2
EX: FORTH. of Worth l), uble. -a
,. !
I'a-e. Mr ( NiMirn's llayhoa'e.1'h.rlts .
':I, For S."IJ"| tuber to date ,..-,;.... It
'y kt dt 1\ ill have seven
''t f ;: --- theaters: hi :\1'1York next winter. I.EKKII A VISIT TO OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT '...
f : fi i, HERE TODAY ON PROBABLE! The newest! is th<> Hudson, on Forty llr: 'i KoiheiriHil. a fourth street to be oi'i-ni-d this fall. 'liulihledaiu.' ;541 !1:.\JIu i ft timber, valued at will convince you that we have one of the Hwellet Lu- '?

$j tlf ; IMPORTANT BUSINESS. Although; Miss Margaret Hay has I I Span' s? Ssntanderlno, nlditional cargo Heady-to.\\'ear Hats! ever brought to J'en?acola. I'1: .. .
i I Heftwoo.1.iUtiMSit ttmbrrvalurd. at are always right. mm
received an udxnntngcuus I offer to fil!I : $11..1.1 I ....... ...- -
* jj W -- | an t'III"l.l'lIt: in Ij'niliui this fall. Fbe pan si Ida. additional cargo for Liverpool 'I 2I
; ', |,n7ti' Imles
has docidfd to remain iu this country. ijr cotton. 1.KW rd hales : m Your Anxious to Please,
i cotton 3.1-w
r ,I Ki ri'iue> Vii of 'inli-iMs;, Cub I. l'all1l'd at fr!.,rink," staves i.i. bbls Hour __

c F. elll'llIeli-, and T. B. llmhu of f.i'I The thrills oi the ni-w treaty I t'll'hn'l'u ;i, for Tu I.ltlntoll; K K: Wnipson, Fernandez by master j I i Louis Friedman & Co. ;
'bill and that alltliietlons
( Argentina provide '
M'-oile, and .. number of other tI o- ; fiarrAjaxGuerr. by master with I-'IH
{ which cannot ItI'tttlt I i F tf hjccv ind timber importers are in lintt Decollations::; shall !submitti-d> I! m\S

t the Jritib'rIlllwnt fr arbitration I SAILED I ifUTAUPil31 T
a. the tml <>
miion which
city y on a I'.r: u KotberfieU, Chandler Uubbledrm \) .
in the \i'nt of that bein 1mI :\011011 [1
or. t' ? ivia >
'1 1 nLI Uity ftfuie to di\"ol.e, but wiiich. i.* rractUable. to tilt Swiss gournnirnt. wood trpan. anlandenno Kuuerrolo: Fleet- |':, --. -

':q tuJ: lo be of a nature from which I ton.Tug Simpson with barge Ajax forUatves-t SHORT STORIES. i Lay the dust. You en n Ii/

Pet.-tcoiawillbenFtit. I ______ garden hose at the I '' >
&boiit/ 70; per cent of the imputation
4 } tl iSl'uieof them have been here several THE: WEATHERs THE SHIPPING. I DAILY MENUS of the Klondike is from the United Hardware Co. ,

Jay?, but Mr. Vila, who is atJ I :::tate -- .
s VL88KL8: : PORT'TEAAe1t1P I Comprise all the Up-to- One wine Cleaning ladies skirts ; 1 In California Las
rxtensivesbi'perarrived yesterdax : company Is of .
TODAYs ; Date Dishes one or.r specialties t h: '
: Nor Hydro, bit. uabnele, toGalf Tran I Mar- mi enormous cistern holding about dry.
ufc'"iuoou. This mornln,? they held sit fn kef, of the World 1,31Mt 4 > M' IJuarts.
'i-t a 1J1.c conference at the )rerchanthdh.l. s i 1 Kryser Kr John A i'o Bright 17v., Wynesi, to W B ;I II ; Afford. Peorla ships! t annually to New York I For a bad taste in the it i:

I ; I but nothing was given out : I Local'"rtly cloudy tonight I FUHowetl'oe Br Manchester Inventor i77), Perry t of I!I over JI.OUM.IKIO worth of German carp Chamberlain's Stomach .: '
I':and Saturday; light to frvth rat hind 1. 1 I'.r: Kost-neld, lnja. Cas,ap, to IVDsaeola -- taken (rum the Illinois. This is an Industrj Tablets. For sale by all '
'F ( k, cnuclusiou. Lumber CoHrsaxan I b) itsi-lf. and medicine dealer
I I I8i. Hunter to order Ladies' --- -
i All of them later took a look over Private Alaska Indians that the
| Temperature in Last 21; Hour : Br \ alentla,21U, Klchards to W L wit allege up
fit bay front and more especially at j Mmimuni. .. .. ... :\.ltrt'ee I ticii ft to Pori-upine nM-r, 1,0-j mile from Port ITT 1 Fur;
I i Minimum ... .......... _. ..... ...... 72drgrves j "HIf'II.j Dining Parlor. Yukon there are two jutrlfied ships If You an
facilities for di-di-ci.pirein! ; cargoes, at Nor America L'I>>, jlrheD, to I'ensacola ?, J'I., -
Lumber Co I Ding tl'andl'd in the mountains.
the! docks of the L. & N.Mr Temperature Eltevvhere : It iiiulia R, l:>7, Kittore to Rosasco Broil I I American syndicate is said to b' !
)u. It t n' Nor Stamboui: terthcumssen, to or-I Grass Shears that Lt.i, < It
? .g Benemelis is of the Atlanta... ... .. ........ .. .... t\II It! der l neifotiaticg for the purchase of the -
t president -- -
f' I Bismarck ..... .... ........... ..... ju \1\ BABES Regular Dinner Daily. ll'xlcan011'lno I'orm 'atepetl for the close, at the Willis llllf"-{
Ffl steamship line bearing: his and Il'bICago. _._.. M M It Bice,-CH, Ole@B@ to Parodl 4 Co I
y name Cincinnati... ...........-_........H 1\) I Nor t'\ortt. 46. Nordbo., to 8: 8 L Co purpose of securing its sulpbur de- i ware Co's.
: operating between Mobile and Havana. L't L- Galvwtoa- ...-"J n I Nor Wlgurd, luft, Uinernd, to H H Boyer positi
1 I I i
Huron -. -.__. M f. I'CHOOSERS.I Short
Mr. Berthla is interested iK j:i Am John K Kranz, I-<7, Harding, to J A Orders Promptly The bands of elk that wintered In :
nKan&e I Ctty.e.. .. .. 4i lernU it CoUP I Filled Ja >k. Hole Wyo., four '
Night : on county.
I or years
the same line, and Mr. Vila, who Key West ..... "J Day.
; :Memphis .............._..- __*4 6t CLEARED: AND SAILED rOB FSB' ago, were estimated to number f '.0O. Mattressesi '
resides in Cuba altogether, transactsa : Mobile .-M .> I 8ACOLA.BTlAMSHIrB.. They now number less than ItMX+*), according :. rCililW
I Montgomery _._......_ __. wJ nvNewoTk I If lt'. niture Store.
lot of business with the line. New Orleans........ *. 'i Something Good to Eat to the estimate of the ranch i
i: ..............-...... ......._ f.> ei '* Firth of Forth, Br, lId Antwerpept6 you wu&you'll find it at era -
1 It is stated on good authority that !Savannah ....._. j.. "Ibt. JUBK3.
i, Louis ............. t\t 50 Ardgowan, Ger.UW.:: Antwerp July i* Nick Apostle's j The treasury department puts the NOTIL'tI".
} tile Benemelis operators are favorably telicma Ferrari. It. Bid Girston Sept t number of Chinese in the United Statesat '
Pentacola It.fc"'i. sld EITH ER the cap:" .
Garden hose the W'illisi Ang ii
; at 3OOX%). If this be true,
impressed with facilities obtain- 8t Monan, N'oe. at Buenos Ayres tI Popular Restaurant. twothirdsof diN nor consunee-
j | Hardware Co's. L:m..o, Port wi. at Uporto Aug U Am them are here la evasion of the exclusion (3 Jacob Bright. > .
iag; &t i'ensacola and are seriously! I SHIP*. tor debued
laws, for there are registeredas I by the crew of laid ve'il1.!
considering a transfer of the bu I l- PyarBalealnStop*the Tickling, E J Splcer, Br. lw.+ at Troon An? 15 arriving legitimately shores L ANIUEK-
: our "
j j a.4Q Eapbemia, 1J5-; *, lid w .
r I lIII.ralnL&rn="tlA t51 epNi, lIam llrg .o\llg 14 } W. 6. KejierACo. L"
but 93,000 Chinese.
? Consignee!



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