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 20, 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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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Pensacola evening news


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I Caillieothf. 0.. Sept. 19.-Two km J ROBBED ASTHEY
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.tther, but btfou: from her at 8 o'clock last nijht. The r

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,,;,' fight. Philip Roe, engineer, Chillicothe.

.> "h.-riffs approach. I Charles Studer, fireman Chillicothe. TWO STRANGERS HAVE SOME

arms he suJden'y Special to The Daily News: The most seriously injured are: I
'..acK< ts on the siie' : Mrs. John Sellers, Wellston, will DISHONEST COMPANIONS.Essie .
Waycross. Ga., Sept. ID --Two suits!
.. :i'.ng into the for $10,000 each have been filed here Don't plod along like your grandmother did before I probably die.

.Lrttlon.: He then against George R. Youmans, mayor ofWay'rosi you scouring and scrubbing ; bending and rubbing. I Mrs. Sylvester, Wellston, not serious.
and ,
nf lead pipe, Charles Mosher Chillicothe.Mrs. Edwards colored 15
;, and Dr. J. It!. Spence rep
shouted that he .
't : George Warner.
resentative-elect from Ware county. old, pleaded guilty this morning be.
.. one that came near Mabel Varner. ,
\V. U Calhoun sues Youmans for GOLD DUSTmakes
.::.f the jail was in an John Sellers, of Wellstoa. fore Mayor Jones to being a dangerous
malicious! arrest and imprisonment
i riff and his deputies Mrs John Jellers. and suspicious character. In his
W. A. Berry, formerly school teacJiw : -
\.'./:tJ as: to how u and Mrs. Sylvester of "
It cleans everything Wellston body
at AVaresboro. sues Dr. Spence for easy. statement to the mayor he implicated -

:L u i.Jtrer and disarm slander. He alleges that Spence stated injures nothing. More economical than soap. badly bruised. another defendant: in the trans-
:i'ly: decided to turn publicly at Waresboro that Berry Mrs. Wylar, of Chlllicotho, badly
This was done, and Injured. action, named George Ashley, and
.. hiP Lands to war'l was a thief and a cur. Calhoun was Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY Henry Greenbaum, of Chillicothe
I. the pair were bound to the
.. formerly from South Carolina, was over
11 i ,i.n striKing him 111 Chicago. New York Boston. St. Lows.Makers of bruises and cuts. ,
ba,sagemaster.oa: the Atlantic CoastLine county authorities.
:\ s.Nriff: leaped overhand when arrested by Youmans for I Charles Sherman, cut about head.
of the murder-; The train wreckedwas the Xo. 2 Edwards, by his own confession,
selling a watch not his own. Calhoun
>:., load pipe. Other was convicted but later released Royal Blue flyer, which left Cincinnatiat Friday morning, tilled the pocketsof 1
in. Hernia 6:10 p. m.
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Mwervd and securely upon Youman's request. I, It consisted of eight coaches an! a bedfellow named \\'alterLewis,

.11. then placed in a HOPE OF THE I PEARY'S LAST was crowded with passengers returning from Montgomery, and took one $20 t

-.t! to the !gallons: his BLOODY TRAGEDYIN ; from the Cincinnati fall festival. banknote and :'iO cents in change.
c wt't. He was lilt The train was running at the rate of
He returned 25; cents of the stolen
and the noose quick REPUBLICANSSpecial ENDEAVOR 50 miles an hour when it ran Into an

.: his ne'k. The sher ATLANTA open switch, every car leaving th3 money to Lewis and spent the other

Lua if Le had anythiu track. The engine exploded and )Engineer five cents for something to eat. .

Roe and Fireman Studer
to The Dally News. Special to The Daily News. were I Yesterday Lewis and a friend
:: a \\'E'lk"olrt': : killed outright. .
.. ixrure roe" Special to The. Daily News: Montgomery, Ala.. Sept 19-The local '- New tiTi, Sept. 15.-Dr. Frederick The postal and baggage: car I"IlIYll named Thomas, ai!!o from Montgomery -- ;

1\\.11 th'n sprung, aad Atlanta, Sept. 19-William p Republicans nre not enthused A. Coos, o! Brooklyn, who was with on top of the engine tank and three\ approached Officer Humphreys

,' strangulation. Tie Tidwell. a clerk for R. B. Campbell over" the outcome of the state convention Lieutenant Peary on one of his arctic coaches were more or loss! \
at the With them Edwards
',...u duiins the night asii- 161 Peters street, was stabbed to death at UiiminMhara, though there ic trips and with the Eeligica expeditionto General Manager I. W. Rawn was in depot. were

'.. .y for whisky and this! last night about 11 o'clock by Ed Ior. evident satisfaction that it all went the South pole as chief Burgeon, expresses his! private car on the rear of the tran and another boy named Wil I

!r-ised to t-at his break san, a negro who works at the Morris I off well where there were so many the opinion that Peary's lat.l'st and he Immediately began superin liams. Lewis related to the officer I
refused hey endeavor was by no means a fail tending the removal of Ha
*-u whiky3.& Planing mill. the Injured.
possibilities of discord. They hadhoped : that yesterday, when he awoke, be
'bar! in his cell, and two The killing occurred at the home 01 ure and that the explorer has addeJ ordered two coaches and an engine

N/ were with him, had great the negro) Xo. 4t') Morris street, where would against be found hope that the some industrial Mos" material to the annals of !science which from this city and had the injured missed biB money and that Edwardshad ,

::1 quieting him. Tidwell had gone while under the ia- giants of the mineral among region whose will be found invaluable; in fact, brought her. They arrived after partially acknowledged to have .

l ict Kanter on Mach { la'.t flue ice of liquor. would of more valuable than the actual discovery midnight and were at once taken to taken it. Edwards claimed that
leadership give promise a
:<> latter would' not sell him! Tidwell was stabbed once, the of the pole itself. the Warnpr house where they ",'t victory this ear. As he could not Williams had of it and
) gotten some ,
worth of dog meat. KantK knife blade entering the heart His "All this talk about the terrible :in the hands of local physicians

that hi!!' supply: was exLot dead body was found by the police he found they take comfort in the dangers to be met before reaching who were hastily summoned to attend both were sent to the station. J
cleanness the
Hernia pretended not to lying out in the middle of the street.In and respectability of thf Pole is sheer rot." continued Dr. them Later in the day Edwards told that I
,. !hut and upon a second refus the house there was blood everywhere ticket put out and will fight for a big d/ok. "A man, all things taken Into No explanation as yet has ber-n (riven
showing in November and trust to the he had taken the i?? t) note and bad
"I' in n..' lay shot Kantor. whoat but it did not come from tha account, is just as safe; on the Arctic for the wreck. It was at first J
. .. iu unit! ; from the effects( of wound made by the murderer's knife. future for succeed at the ix l1s. Theysee Ice fields as he Is in New Yoik. There thought that a freight; crew had left given it to Ashley, as he knew noth :

' ,1I' \\.H1nll Aft,-r be hud followed the white man In the outcome a foundation, nota a ic few germs theie, no contagious the switch open, but there was no ing of its value. Ashley had taken 1

into the street and plunged a Pocketknife house. diseases no miasmatic! swamps, no train on the siding\ ; at tin time. i
Hon. Charles P. the nomineefor it. He was better educated than
Lane I
Negro Hanged In Baltimore. into his heart, Morgan returnedto sewer gas, no decaying> co
Paltimme Sept. I-John Wesloya the house and tried to murder hu lieutenant governor, came downto rotting raes. Everything is on ice. Edwards, and recognized the denomination

a rogro. was hanged In the wife Annie Morgan. Montgomery, and says the first There is no danger in travrsinn the! PASSENGER TRAINS atonce.

"murp Jail today for the murder of Alonzo Kimball, who is the husbandof thing; he will do will be to challen?:;!' ice fields nor from the cold which
his opponent, Dr. R. Cunningham, to He "built all kinds of air castles"as !
!.mn Charles J. Donohue, last. Morgan's wife sister, took a handin is not eo severe as the cut of the M CRASHSpecial I
IVi'iiwas: married three i the row and tried to kill Morgan a juint: canvass of the state. Among line Mans on the Atlantic seacoasts."It to how he would dispose of his

In the to with the projects immediately in hand by is the food question," he added, >
iro jail a woman because the latter wanted to surrender treasure and in doing so was over
i- hid! Ji-oii living! and who was: to the police. Then the fight the new white party is to get some "that is the cul .. big men from the north to come into heard by a woman who appeared asa
('t 1:1: 'h.' of tha murder of the ocurred which stained the floor and up the: way to the pole. to The Daily News.
the state and talk protection and gold witness and told the of
.1n! walls of the" house with blood. \\'n! this problem Is solved reach Pittsburz. Pa., Sept. 19.-A collisionof mayor it
money. The ticket has on it two
-- The affair was one of the bloodiestand in? the pole will, in his opinion ba today. It was shown Williams knew
passenger trains! at WetmorePol., ,
bankers. Brown fur treasurer, and
Wife Murder, quite a simple undertaking.
Expiates i' most diseraceful tragedies that Barter for secretary of state. The on the Pittsbnrg and Western rail. nothing of the theft and he was dl?*
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ever occurred in the city.
'I manufacturers are not represented. road, shortly before 10 o'clock today, charged. 't
f (ilnnrr.-ti'r.: was banged in th? Annie Morgan, the only eyewitness,
resulted in the killing of Engineer Ashley's mother was in court and
\ !ii': ht"v today for then1l1r'r tells one story and Ed Morgan tells CENTRAL

A iV. Mary Am Oruff. The another. Kimball was too drunk to GOAL AND COKE TRAINWRECKED Benedict. .: -, of the.... passenger r- train- -, and made a great time when "her dar-
.immittPd! March 11 at slight injuries to a number of
M'Oruff's aunt. :Mrs. Susan the account given by Arm pas
a' Wi"stmont. near here. Moigan. TRAFFICSpecial sengers. Physicians were seto J hs'JeSo .1
h.- the ""reet TmBMiateTy after TO EXPEND
The ?
murder was first known to tha ,
police! when a woman went after: PationiHn Special to The Dally News. the w7lH JteilSt! _J> Mvg. ,r
,INDUSTRIAL ART Merct-r.I The police barracks to The Daily News. Cii'iirffons! Ga.: Sent. 19,-Central of will be brought t(5( All;g1i ny. I I .:>

was notified and Chief Rail and Captain Georgia train No. 20. a mixed train, The trains were kaowa as J21 and ( )

Thompson hurried to the scene in Philadelphia Sept K..-The statement running from here Americus., was 1S6, and one was a Buffalo, R.?h .tfT $1,000,00(1Special

CONVENTION vehicles of coal and coke traffic originating wrpckM last night at G:31t o'clock :3 and Pitteburg train, the other a &ttts-

Patrolman Mercer found the dead on Pennsylvania Railway com. miles south cf Hlaville. na. The derailment burn and \V stora. It is said Train )

man in the strfcrt. aud Ed Morgan was pany'? lines east of Pittsburg and Erie war caused by the broken No. li S was standing on a curve a wWitmore to The Daily News:

:* lht :crw;. leaning! against the front of the house for the week ending September 13, flange on the wheel of a coal car. The Rhea No. 121 crashed Into It Knoli Ue, Wnn. Sept. 19.:"'It Is girn .

.- 'Srpt.! 19.Th'first Indus drunk and weak from the loss of shows! : Anthracite coal, 308 tons; Wluminous. coal car left the track and was badly "head
.-nu'r.tion held in the United blood. 511.240 tons; coke, 206,430tons. : damaged and a baggage: ; car followed the occupants of the coaches were has determined to expend about

w U meet in Chicago Oct. to Chief Hall and Captain Thompson The company has so far this and was slightly damaged. None of thrown about and many luitatoed cuts $1,000,006 on extensive repairs on the e

-legates from all parts of took charge when they arrived and ear hauled 5.000.000( more soft coal the train crew were hurt. Two ol and bruises, but so far u known none Atlanta, Knoxville and Northern. will be present. Among notified the coroner, who had the daM than during th* same period last year, the passengers; were slightly Injured are in a. serious condition. ThJ road, which was acquired br

i""I'# will be William H. Good- body of Tidwell removed to an und r- and more than l.Qu.OOO more tons o! being bruised about the legs. They the Louisville and Nashville lastspring
taker's, where an Inquest will be held coke. Nearly all tha crease i* dun are H. J. Jordan of Macon, Ga. and
'f Ipa! of the Brooklyn N" Y. will be the chief line in th"
today. to the ceal strike. T. W. Hunt of Florida. THIEVES ROB
\ Er: Pape. director of the Louisville and Nashville's propose
V; 1<, school of art; William! Tidwell's (coat hat and sho s were A Certain Cure for Dysentery and air line from Cincinnati to Atlanta
found in the nejro's hous Diarrhoea. via Jellico and Knoxville.
Partridge, the sculptor, of CORNERSTONE Grad
\ ;, Huh.t Koehlcr. director ct "Some years ago I was one of a FALL TERM MERCER will be greatly reduced, steel viaducts '
Net Doomed For Life.
>! of art. Minneapolis: Arch- party that intended making a long and stone culverts built! and the road<<

i! t'lan,1, St. Paul; Frank A. "I was treated for three years by bicycle trip," says F. L. Taylor, of reballasted where needed. The weds .

.. .:'. Proff> or Ensley, of the good doctors," writes W. A. Greer, New Albany, Bradford county, Pa. UNIVERSITYSpecial Special to Th Dally News: to be done Is largely from the Tea

-ay of Ioa; Dr. Gall C. HIrsch McConnellsville, 0., for Piles and "I was taken suddenly with diarr Mexico City, Sept 19.-Sunday last nwsee state line to Marietta, Ga..

cera.JEWELER. Fistula, but, when all failed, Buck- hoea, and was about to give up the the president laid the cornerstone! of .

.. leu's Arnica !Salve cured me in two trip, when Editor Ward, of the to The Daily News: the new general postofflce building in THE SANTA ROSH

weeks." Cures Burns, Bruises Cuts, Laceyville.l/e senr,suggested thatI thin city and deposited! therein a metal f BUItl BATHING ESTABLISHMENT
IN HIS Corns,Sores, Eruptions, Halt Rheum, Macon Ga., Sept. .-The fall termof box containing! specimens of Mexican
of Chamberlain's Colic
take dose
Piles or no pay. 25c at W A. D'Al- a Mercer university began, today. A gold, silver and bronze coinage, photograph Bathing in the warm gulf waters is
NEW STAND emberte's drug store.CABTORIA.. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I great many students have arrived for and plans of the edifice, as conceeded to be the finest in the
purchased a bottle and took two the opening day. President: Pollock
well as copies of the dally papers here world. Everything for pleasure with
doses, one before starting and one on Is highly gratified! at the outlook 'i r.e before last thieve!
14 ,tho The Kid You Hate 1s ids 1Io.t! published. Night a safety. Good board and lodging, by
vi moved my jewelry store te 8ca.tartd" the route. I made the trip success probability Is that the matriculation opened the cornerstone and stole the the day or wle-k. Luncheon promptly

S'. 'uth Palafox, formerly occu- Yi1JP. fully and never felt any ill effect. will go beyond 309. The institutionwas i metal box with its contents. served at all hours day or night.'t

y Bass] & Co., and am now Again last summer I was almost never In a more: prosperous condition i ClIAKLES H. BURTON,

' r prepared than ever to give Fleischman's Compressed Yeast, completely run down with an attack than now.. Burnett's Vanilla Extract has: outlived 2m-tl Manager.
.: !"argains: in diamonds watches fresh and ice at the West -
daily on of dysentery. I bought a bottle of
It is the finest and '
Florida Steam Si at almost cost for the criticism. purest Ball Bearing keen cutting -
-ry, etc. Call and see me and Bakery. this same remedy and this time one F make
UIUhIULVroomgforanew vanilla extract that can be bought. Lawn Mowers at the
convince "
you. Bahama from the northern Wood dose cured me. Sold by all druggists I stock.
J. I. STEPHENS art ia PJCJB&aa..U wrtfua can t or wi* and medicine dealers. l 0. M. Pryor. Once tried, always used. Willis Hardware Go's-
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t Ss 4 ; "; Babies Wool Wrappers, 15 to 76c. 4.: !t.\ ,:( \ I' =v.iluo ary Special r yurd.:+; l .Aiiinvrr-.... ...... UU-\P \'arl/j" on Co., Old Hickory \\Vagons. See our lint. \

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THE we are showing all the new floor

: Tapestries and Lace Curtains. The prices are the Lowest in the history of Pensa- %, ,<

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TliU JlemarUnblc liojj- of Water
Returning From Arctic With MISS SARAH FINLEY ;
Sverdrup C
Will \an;>\Vlthlu Fifty "nre.

mum POLICEi i \VEAl\\ { MADE STRONG time Within the Great tit'ty sears Salt lake from of the Utah present the I Haugsund Expedition Norway on Sept.Board.19.-The ,, Vice-president of the Palmetto Club Memphis Tenn.,

Arctic steamer Fratn.
most remarkable lxly of water of its tornewardbouu, '
J -- with the Svcrrtrup expedition on boars INK OF CARDUI following praise on Wine
Dead Woman kind in
< .ly, of the world will have ceased to
S; v passed Utsire today and took a pilot, L Y 13 a thoroughly t* of Cardui: :
exist It will Lave and its
Marvelous Elixir dried up
j uci 111 Jersey City. J of Life Discov- on board. scientific and modern
l1ll'will I
( occupied by an unattractive "Among the numerous

I ered by Farmus: Doctor- desert, have perh.ips fur a few Captain Otto Sverdrup who was incommar.l remedy, meeting medicines placed before suffering
needs of the modern
of the Fran
} .Ivy MAKES A ST"TEMENT'j Scientist That Irrigated farms. during Dr. in the modern '' women for their relief
I'\c >- Cures Xar 's I woman way
I expedition to the North pole
Such, lit all events is the opinion of : .
) in 1S55, -without the torture of an none can touch 1dcElru'soperation.
sailed from
Every Known reolojr'.sts.: I'rofe.-sor W. J. McOee of Christiana, Norway '
!! H Wife Left Home to Makse I Wiisl.iuKton! remarkoJ In conversationthe for the Arctic regions June 24, Wine of Cardui Win of GirduL It towers
has cured them in the privacy
Ailment. iS9S. above them all reliable
t :o, Puic.iases. and that Was theI other day that half a century was of their homes and it as a.
) Previous; to hs: sailing Lieutenant female remedy. It imply
un outside estimate for the survival of
_.,t en I.f Her Until Body Was has found a place in the 1fW Sarah Finlry.
I 1 the lake. He was inclined to think } complained of Captain Svr-r- hearts of American women drives pain and disease away

C that it would lie dried up twputr-fin'l o'rup's expedition and the i-aitain; e.: that no other medicine has found. In and restores health la an incredibly short

? -t. l:+.-Detectives ot Wonderful Cares ire Effected That Seem years from now. Already !>lar-f! 1 in a !?tttr that he did not aim their gratitude over 10,000 American period.: I have taken great interest la this
I > (City! and other near- I Like Miracles Perfarmed-Tha Semi show fckns of receding from the i to reach the pole but only intended M women have written letters commending medicine for the past two yean, since H

shores, and causes are in operation explore Oieeniand aid make a stui'v Wine cf Cardui. Wine of Cardui health and strength to I
brought me
:. A Jersey are working t of Lcnglife of O'den' which lessen of the Ire in that region and
to a great extent the supplies by meansof meets their waits as no other medicine
have also recommended: it to cumber
) I the uiystrry of the! a ,
furnished to this curious inland see,igln.g: Journeys to "xplore! the does. It sustains the young girl at the
., ,! -,h Pulitzer whoseJ Times Revived. of my friends and they who have used it
I unknown region: of North Crer
sea by streams. -land. shock entrance to "' .
! -.rday: in the ofhhoer speak of it in the highest terms and I ful
J -- The lake is about seventy-five miles take Wine of Cardui have

J. :; under oirluunier. long by half that in greatest breadth Woods Declines College Presidency. little discomfort during pregnancy and that it is praise well bestowed."

; n' ThjM The Remedy U Free to AllVlio Send bein.j in *]>ai>e somewhat irregular, Columbia S. C.. Sept 10.-Hon. C. little pain at childbirth. When the If you are suffering from female

1 I .u, a tailor ot Name arid Address. and is rather shallow. There may be A. Woods, of :Marion has declined to change of life appears they enter a weakness: Wine of Cardui is the medicine

I ? .: from Jersey I'laiTSliere! it has a depth of as accept the pnsident-y of the South happy healthy oil age. Every month it I you need. -

.j Tiers in this I| After years of patient study and much as a hundred feet, but over Carolira eollie.: which was reorirlytendered comes to the rescue to assist Nature in You can have health the same as ;

I '. r being cloa.t delving into the duty record of the most of its area it is l"'I-s than fifty him. This annourveni'-i't throwing the impurities from the body. Miss Finley if you will take the Wine
(f Cardui: treatment. If you need adMiss t'
.cd to rem n pat, as well as following modernexperiments feet deep. The reason why it is so will hl' rect-ived with regret hy the Sarah Finley, of Memphis, vice further than the complete direr "

III t it.-' a: rival ol ,' in the realms of medical 'suit is IJII.that it Las no outlet I friends of the in"1 1l1tlon"I i I Tenn., vice-president cf the Palmetto tiuns given on the bottle address The :

:1 .' :('tIH S. thU: science! Dr. James W. Kidd. save through i'\a[Miration, and the South Carolina. A omruittfv fro.u Club of that city speaks for herself and I Ladies Advisory IVpartment, Chattanooga ;

, I :! Ollt Halte huildII: ;{, Fort Wayne, streams during ages; pat have beenearryiiiX the board of trustees, ron.eit.tiiu! : of I many friends when she bestows the I Med. Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.

, ...rjie of the I lud., makes: the .startlint "un- ; salt into it. Mrio. rs. aicMahan and :M.u-Karl.i'i.!, i i

. c. t said that UOUIiCeUl lit that: he hits surely 'i'he (" ..I.U.jJutillltr"lIlJ: !' are now went to Marino on Tuesday and wall' 1 A have suffering women

i i. at he was lic;'iiiiiing; to !he utilized on it large upon Mr. Woods. :Mr. MeMahan: returned WINE of CARDVi found relief in '

i'v s on Tues : :tl<' for ii-rigttiii_ purposes, and thus to the city yesterday: hlln icing I Wine of Cardni.

t' got home ihi':: rtiNiiury| water l'ui'i.I.Is' being with him a copy of Mr. Woods' decli -

.n- .. r.1 I Past and I i-c\'ell vv !il.ed' to s,:mc extent from the lake. nation.
I 1': fuii Ion; imuu'iiM/ reservoirs will I University of Tennessee ""VEEULYeCIIl-.aHJLH
.i a< -.i: cocoa I .
Kno\\i'lf. S lit 1'1TI'! > rrivcr.-! : :
In- Sent Bullet Her Breast
.' I i 'in trueti'd in the uioiiiitnius to Through
!: \\ I'; none in the FOR STEAM DIVISION
: | h'ild\ he storm waters during thei Joneshoro Ark.. Sept. 19 -:Miss Vir- of T, IlDII i ".:ti it ; !n-eala r'-'n:

J Ant and to fruit.RK some Accord-, anJ i IIIIY!l issue in order that they may be gia 1'ynuru a handsome woman committed j!i )(.,teriay! The ii'i-n'ani-f! In all tin PE.'IIS.COktI.CTHlU 1i'ItMll'A.1.: {

:1 |I i "-'ned and toured out over thetilIds suicide by shooting herself in I I; ( pl'arlnwllt* i i- vi ry la' ge for the firs HAlLWAY COMPANY.

I Pulitzer leaned later in the dry time. Operations of the breast with a pistol. She ha'll I I day. It is exi'ttod that the instit-
'.iI' Un-- I l-i'id ciindui'ted so extensively been, ill tullon will. have the largest enrollment
.. \ and was probably despondent.Tariff Bayou, Hug Bayou, Warringtonary Yare
tad there he
: lost tract
In Its history this season Many and Fort Barranca at
i uui>t I 11\\1'1' the K-\el of the lake quitefust.

on Cattle. states of the union besides Tennessee,
,. :30: a.m.arrive! at Kort Harrancai 11111I : '
P'-a':')r learned that Pulifz- iI i When the lake is gone, much of the Havana. Sept 19.-An order was &.represented In the student body. 10.00 a.m.arrive at Kort Harrancai IOM a.m

:t a statement to the Newwhich land thus made dry will be unavailable published today! placing a duty of $2:! ahead -- -- 6:80 1:00 p.m.m.arrive arrive at Kort tort harraaoai HarraocaB .1:46:11 p.m in
.. p. p "!
: was considered EOt' I for agriculture:: owing to its con- I on cattle imported for other than I'MKl'MOMA.Dr. :15p. m. arrive at Kort Karranoai Toopm
J. C. Bishop of Asjnew Mich., arrive at Fort Barrancas 8 "
8OU :
at :it would not be made of salts p.m. p.aa
I taiuiti.u so large a percentage breeding purposes. !say: "I have used Foley's Hor.ey Trains leave Fort Barrancufor Penescola

I II of various kinds diii",sited- from the and Tar in three very severe cases of at
I'--a Fleming: who keeps ths I water In the course of many centuries. TENCENTSS'ILL BUY trial size of
with results in
I pneumonia {rood every 7:1%a.m. arrive at Hensacoia .... 8:00 a.a.llUAp.OI
': "s: where the Pulitzers I j nut it may be pupN' >sed that certain Ely's Cream Balm ; enough to con case." Refine substitutes. W A. llUOp m. arrive at Pensaoola__.._.

"." TCV.n Forty-sixth street I It areas where the lake was compnrativeIv I vince you that it is the greatest of I'Alemberte,121 to'. Palafox. 2:00 p. m. arrive at fensacola___ JiSp.B P
t I remedies 6:00 p m arrive at ensacola a .....?. 6i5pm
'. 1,1,' had been there suitable fur farm- for nasal catarrh or cold in
living r-luillow will be -- --- -- TOO p. m. arrive at fensacoia...._. ,:.0".
J" 5.."..;. -: that they ' !: I Ing. Thin there will be some direct I the head. Full size 50 cents All Medical Society, Attention. .8:..5 p. m. arrive at Peaeaoola_ 8:10: p,. '
KIDH.di'cl"f I
DR.JAMESVILLiAM: druggists.Ve mail it. iatnrdayeonlyyAal
<:... !.ad seen :Mrs.: Pulitzer gain.Saturday Evening 1'ost
ELY BROS., 56 Warren Street, There will be a regular meeting ot I 1
"in-t times and would j red the elixir of life. That FOB WIKK: DATS.
New York. the Pensacola Medical
I Society at.the
iijnlher.. She said I he is able with the aid of a mysterious itnrl.y \.trnI.h AHinm. jai Second Street, Albany, N. Y. Board of Health: otTce at fc 1'entaoola to Fort Barrancas and return 4Cfeneacola
compound, known only to him to Navy Yard and return Kt
'" had bran Probably! the widest and most pre- :Ier ELY BKOS. I i-tilfered I 3'clock
: they mar. self, produced as a result of the ? :- p.m. Tuesday Kept. 2:1.: I'entaoola to Palmetto Beach and re'lIrlll11 "
II I cioiii allmin that has ever with catarrh and tried ditler- 1
; > ars. The story toJr' : years he ha spent in .searching for IlIIt":1'IIh: greatly j Visitinx physicians are cordially SUSDAT ICHEDUDE.
about Mrs. Pulltzei i i vxi i-ted lies in an almost unknown corner ent remedies without elfpct. After I !Invited to attend. ..
this preciuiti life-giving boon, to I When weather p rmitt the running a
of western New Mexico. using: one bottle of your Cream Hahn Dit. W. C. DEw ER\ couches.
r. .a'.iM. on Tuesday night !'I cure any and P'Hdl=ere that i is I I open ,
: I found relief and I cannot praisetoo President.OB. t'enu301.. Lv Fort
.\ ''. if horn that'n nut known to the human body. There: More than two centuries before our LiaVf Barrancaj
highly such a remedy. L. DEM.:: BLOCKEK, 8 a. m. 10 a. m.
Ii.. no doubt of the doctor's earnestness Saxon fun-fat rs penetrated the desert
I"> bureau. According' ;MISS CoKA. WlLLAKI). n25ttf II a. in. 11 in.lp. ,
ill making his claim and the of the southwest the Spanish pioneers. Secretary. 1 p. m. .m.
!.sr. Pulitzer told her afprarance I Sept. 27, l99.i I
I m 1.14.Ip.m
remarkable: cure? that he is daily effecting wandering through; those- lonely p.
> di!i?al> and be- p.m.
; seemto hear him out very I wilds, found n rock; ho noble and so I 4
p.m pm
l.i."\\n that she had hen i-fongly. Hi theory which he advance l'I'III1I1'kalII"'I'n III II country of wonderful I I II // you wish the very best 6p.m. p.m. I

t'lat he had come homo at I 15 one of reason and baed; on stoat? monuments, that theycalled I Italian King! Honors Marconi. I II ice cream freezer at the very 6 p, m Ip, m.

"' .>< k Tuesday nicht feeling S sours experience in a medical prac- I Turin. Sel.t. If! -At a conference FARB FOB irtTDAT i
i it "Kl Mi.rro" (the CastleCshiug ). 11 lowest price the Willis fenitoota Barranoai Nary
,it his I tice of many yearIt co-t nothing I here with the .
wife suggested shamo \ to leave record for future tonight minister of posts 1 and and return._._-__ .i '
) fruit for him. He i. ; to try hi* remarkable: "1<:lixir of I ; some and telegraphs Signor Marconi submitted I Hardware Co. can pleaseyou. Pennooia to Palmetto te ob and t
Life," as l.(! calls it, for he sends it j'l'lIl'ratil'Jthcy; traced with the I f tnrr.:._______ 161I ;
," it Ihtrfotg! wore \ free, toai.yone who is a ,utlVrer., in jHiints of their swords their names upon plans for the erection of a I! No freight elved after ':15 p, m.
oho had been wireless telegraph station to cost lln : I i
attending SHtlicieut quantities to convince of its roiu'h surface. Those- names:: I, $ I

f'>a and that it would nnt it, ability to curt'o there i i-; absolutely are tli-re. with dates of their Inscriltioniii i 000. for establishing connection from 7

'e.r. hor to go out. She disro- I no"rik to run. home of the I nearly, every instance the early !! Italy with the British and American: TIME TABLE. ,

I = n !Ivice. however antPlak- I cures cited ae: very remarkable, part of the seventeenth century. stations. The scheme will be submit

," I' of her Jewelry wont our I land but for the reliable witne.ts; - -- -- I ted to parliament. King Victor! Knian- LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD'1N I
I would be credited. The lame
:.t and that was the last b3 hardly I.inecrine Summer Colds.Don't uel has bestowed the cross of the Order EFFECT DECEML'ER 1, 19Ut
I have thrown ilW1rrutche; and
until he Identified her body kt a cold run at this !season of the Crown on Marconi. -
walked about after two or three New Orleans and Mobile.
-v City morgue. I Hummer colds are the hardest kind tr,
trials of the remedy. The sick, -- - ----- -- -
riHll I Lome doctor, have cure and if neglected: may liusrei! r '
I : up by So.lI. !.o.4. So.2. NO.8. j No.1. No.1. i
j'-en rest >rPtitn their tall1ll1e- :11I.t alnugforninnth*. A long; Mere liKe 7:1i: a 1215m i 11u.'i p Leave..... Pene.cola..Arrive IiOO: a I 41110 p tIuo p d
In-liter Snpppr Parties friends health. Klu'iima- thi will pull down the "strongest Constitution I 11:9) a 27 p 1 1,2 a Lt'ave... .'lomaton .... Leave 2:55 a Yaws p Tij:: p
.. I perfect 11:00 a 4Np: I 255 a Ii-ave. Mobile ... I.eave 1 :$ln't 111i! n 11:00 p
\ dull encourage suiter purrd tism, neuralgia: tnmach, heart, One Minute Cough Cure ......_., .:?:'P I 7wa Leave. ..:.New:: nrle'ans..Ie'ave ,_eenlp _7:95a_ _
-.!? tinuiunagir of the coiiliti- liver, kidney, blood and skill dis- will break up the attack at once.
This pi nnture is box of the genuine
: on North.o.
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.* "hut !I Sife, sure, act; at once. Cures:
I 1"i-inriii.iiu.f: theater, we are eareand Madder troubles; disappear laxative ,
,. -- to prevent tin-in. They a-j btlHIL'I'. Headacheback- coughs, cold*, croup bronchitis, all Brcmo.Quininc'I'abl..t
\ aches UI'I'\'tHI"nl' fevers I throat and lung troubles. The children : the remedy that afore a .11 lnatliM'ltiHill! illlil OUt : : -", c""-
Camp like it. H.irgis'! Pharmacy, John __ __ ___ ____ __ 11Itipm 12ISpm I L"I\\'H ... "I'n'acola .Arrive 450)pmu 5mam
lds asthma n
,! I l.i-t turn -it ni;.:lit. See the'I sumptinu coughcc I tI:15am d7pl'1 Arrive' ..MontgomeryLeave I1Hiam 1I:115pDl
in \\itli tinbasket catarrh. bronchiti-!d all aIT..ction..; j I Sheppard, Sidney Kihn.i : 119 am 9:114 p To1 Arrlv... Birmingham _Leave ISI; a m .:Ufi pm
.al.: i '-I; j of the throat. luug-; or anvital or- The Beer ,1'l pm SlOa m \ Arrlv."asbville .....l.i.mve ... ..... ...
: 1 t. !Ki.l-1; tVI1I.. clu-'s I ...
i.v a ITU- o\'prclitIle' I! f80 am 'i18am ArrlvtI Loutsvllle..Leave 9:15pm 2:45 am
'. I 1- u.ii I \li.i>U-t '.\1'i\lIH'lIlially\ | gall arewits a spaceof '. 7'IIam 1IlIam Arrlv..Clnclnnall..Lf\8ve. 1I.lpm 1IIipm: ,
i I
time: that simply;: marvelous.! GRAND EXCURSIONLAST That Made 7tI"m: IJlpm ('Arrive .Mt. Louis .l.t'l\V8 :15pm I\ilipm
I 1 I" III liillll sllnl\virli| S, Suli.f Partial I -- '
paralyilocoinotorataxia, PENT CLA AND RIVER JUNCTION. :;
; -. .in, urn r IIlJil't'I' null 1"'l'lIal'; poutcrofula and I
dropsy pileare
',!. jl'lIJ.hollt ti <>Vl
\. ili -Itnle this provender im.l It purifies;: the entire system. Mood DMNM1P R I R TaMUS 1 U 1--- -- P
I OF THE SEASON TO MOBILE 7:..' a m 'Leave.. .. ..nsacol" .......Arrlve II\O! pm II\!(! pm
l'.rt" fiijuy the owningvr- and tissue-: restores normal nerve I Pli night 7.1i" u. ....... Iob"ml" ........ 11)\7": lIuft "
I ...... I .. I 1
circul.ition and -tate of IttJ" 7:10 YnlPHa 10:3' 8:01
|I.II.> the: fort that they power a NEW ORLEANS. I I I: ':r.I" 7:1'1" .....m....itcamhia; ...._. 10\'l: I 557 r.I
MVII it ill the afternoon. perfect health i produced at once. I AND -1sVICTORIA- i 1IIi"! : 7:25" .... ..-. M I ulnt ..._.._ 10:2'1 f>:., ,
I'o the doctor all stems, are alike 14.511: 71" U.. ...._ Harp ..... .._. 10:21 6tlJ '
: mi t'fftvt upon tie! Imp .. ......... .._._. 6
and equally atfet-ted by this great I 1::5IJ" 7\ 6.itCity 10:16 6:'7 "
r"f.\ bow sots; and il.HH-e rRI 12:50 Tr.II" ..... .... l1lton ... ...... 10:11.1 fI:20 It
J: iiil ilo tin ir I "Klixir .f Life. Send for the I 1C ; I:$! am..... .. ..... (.ioodtange.._. ...... 4'a f
"ii ; ; worst to remedy to-day. It is free to every : :MADE Iii ACME HREWINO CO. I 1:5- :15" ...... .... Holts .. 8:115: 4:56 "
.1 ; -.HUTS! iu tli'Ir! to inuke: sutTerer. State what you'sett to be I O'i... 5:40 :&1". 'C ........ llIlIgan ..-- '' fIO! ? .:11 It
I : .Jr.3 BE'" r 10-CKXT HOTTI.K IlKKKIN 2:89 !':H'I. .... ('rrstvtew ...._ fI:11I 48.1 "
f' f \: .m
audii'iKilnt it's cured of and .
M-UKI;; theure remedy for it ;1. I
..... land "
;1 r. i.rf' _?'"" 1 8:1.' !IM. .I1..r Hoo" 8Y4 "
: tt .iu-r 011 a buck's lia<-k. will,,' grit you free by return mail.Marston :..,:t:4f":1$ ......- -""- TOWN.DA.NNHEISSER. 8I 11:10" .. ..Mo-syllrad..._ 5:4') II 8:1'1 It
-- -_.. 4:08: 8: 'j" ..DeiunlakprtngL HI'I II 2:45 "
1.11 stay for sui'pir will BROS ':ti \IU II ........... Argyle .....- 7u" 2:31 "
i? ;;." -I'oilatldphia; fy Quina have Train leave? union depot Monday, .:.., 8:67' ....Ponctj de LeolL._ 7oI' I 2:18"
l'5E'pt. 2'J, at Il ::\0 i a. m. sharp.' Fare I AGENTS: FOR THE CELEBRATED 11:1)0 11.1:10 f .". ._ .. .W"uvllle._._ 7:11 1.5 '
-- some ,'crlllice Dressers and 6:1I'! 115', .. ..... (8ry\"lIltj ._..- 7lt 1.11 "
for round trip to Mobile, SI 50; toNew I I. f, HarDer f lisleiMain 6 :\.1" 111$1' II .._.......lonIl8y..._ IIM I 1:27: i
\ t" tt Iere.eyItIIter'HTet.umontal.: Wash Stands very cheap. e.J, 10:17" II ......... Lblpley .. ._ 831 1: ..
Orleans from Cantonmentand
I 1.\'llI'h, editor of the PhilipIiily "- Just the thing to ;o with Century ame; as Pen=acola. Home-401 8. Palafox street.R. II.SI"7:00" 115 11:111"! "" _.......Ma.rlanna.l'oltondale _..-_- "" 1\IM 11:1)1) .". 'I' 12:81 11. noon" '' .

R. Exchanze Union U .... ..... ......._ "
N. J., : Pot, write* : "I -Opp. Depot 7:211) 11:4.1 Cyprl' 6:80 11:., a m
I Iron Beds. Returning leave New Orleans I 7to.. 1Ii: ......GrAnd lUdg8.._ 6:82 II I.
,, d "kind* of medicines P. O. Box 281. Pensacola, Fla. ::!!
-' many .. I .. .
-- 7M" 12:05 noon ..... .... meads ....._ 6:2t 11.1:00 I I.
',- ;aid cold! in my Tiuiilyanything Wednesday morning; at 11 :*<<} and : Phones 116-268. 8:15" 12:15" A rrl1'eRI1'"neUon _Leave boo lori "
\ r : so ,irood as Koy PROfESSIONAL CARDS. Mobile '\'edne5daaftl'fnoon at 4 I ,

.. .. ,... ,. o'clock. Coilee and! refreshmentswill i -- I
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H ii I"- and Tar. I cannot sayprai --- -- ----------- ---- --- -- ------ ------ ---- -- -- !

'I I in W. C. M. D.
and l'urcha-e tickets at ; WE WILL-
''?.rtt', 121: S. Palafox.OABTOn.rA.. 1 returning. ; i'
ticket office. For turther information
Office: ITS S. Talafox.

Hours from to \/:('>!! a. m. and 1 to S p. m apply to RUKKKT lusts or
ire ,' IiAars 3ttI and after o'clock Excursion Maua;{ers.
P11ono: OS.
;t ! -- LAW DEPARTMENTOF - I i at and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of l !,I-

-+ Fall Goods .;>-'- j ;
I w It launder your spreads: for '
>\icf> and make them look 1
,w Star Laundry. I f I t
t I It John Stetson University 28 doz Men's Laundried Shirts, 68 pair Ladies' Sprin Heel Shoes, Get your boy ready for school. I

t I ; regular $l, to close at Toe. regular il goods, to close quick at We l We carry a full line of Boys'Suits. .

I %''%%...OO4I I Do Xjnrxcl, Flox-icin. 1 27 doz Men' Colored Laundried pair. 58 Boys' Suits, regular price, $1.00, tI t tI

r" JOHN I.'. FOKIIKS. IMi. I)., rresulent. ALBERT FAIIKAH, LU R., Dear I! shirts, regular 75c, to close at 55e. &S pair Ladies' Low Cut Slippers to close at Tic suit. {,ttI
,, 67 Boys Wool Knits, regular price I
Fall Term Commence "'t'lll1"lla ', October 1 1!)OL. I Men's regular 1 21.25 goods, to close at $I.VU
tIf You Have I I 57 doz Colored LaundriedShirts $I.W and $1.75, to close at $1,15 suit. ;
TWO Y}oARS' COCKSE-The: Law Department, of John n. Stetson University !glyei I regular 50c good, to close at pair. 120 Boys' All-Wool Suits, regular II.I II.
the of LL. U.I
to degree
N i I a two-yraiV HEUKKK conr5e.leading ADMITS To THE HA!t-The diploma of the Law Department of John B 35c; these goods should go in 24 68 pair :Men's: Low Cut Shoes, repr-I price $2 00 to $3.00, to close at $1.50

Stet nn 1'niverslty Admits to the Har. I hours. ular $1.50 goods, to close at $1.20 and $200 suit. fI
1 H'HTH tR ISKliRMATtOX the" Law Announcement of law-3and all other desired 20 doz Men's French Neck Balbri-- pair. We carry the largest line of Boys'Pants i.
the Law Iiepartment.address
RheumatismURICSOL information regard It I
! i ALBERT J. FARRAH, Dean of Law Department, gan Undershirts at 20c, regular 25c We carry the largest line of Boys' city. carried by any house la the ,; r

t De Land. Fla. goods. Shoes .of any house in Pensacola. All of our Ladies and Misses'drop ; :
I 30 doz Men's French Neck Balbr!?- Bring your boys to us, we can fit
-stitched 25c. hose to close at
fn the .. sold others '
I by at SOc.'e have received a fall line
will Jut 100( doz Misses' fall seamless hose,
.".. 'I' also cures Liver, Kidney and Now Ox-lon.ns. I All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts. We will to close at COc doz, or 4 pair for 25c. I

"j i fi.seasea It never caused fails by and an builds excess cp of close at 75 cent! close at SOc for your choice. !Home I 75 doz Men's Seamless half hose, i II'

*'ft and strergtn while using it. ALDERMAN LL.D. President. 72 Pair Ladies' Spring Heel Low of them are worth tl.50. regular lOc goods, to close at 6c pair.

A 'es tamp Price.for|book 1 ) of bottle.wonderful For sale ccr- EDWIN A. I' Cut Slippers, 2j to 7, regular fl We carry a full line of Kkirta. We have just received a fall line .1 '

I :cgsu. If your per druggist can not Full Courses In Languages,Sciences" Engineering Law, Medicine Pharmacy, Art goods, to close at"Oc pair. Look at our window display. I r of Ladles' Kid Gloves In all shades. ,

u it will be sent prepaid upon Seven separate Departments. Sixteen Buildings Extensive Libraries Laboratorlei .
e:.t QI price. AdilreM Splendid Department for Women In the Xewcomb College.
and Workshops. t
i If! : Tulane makes leaders In all vocations. Its facilities for Instruction are unsurpassedInthesoutn. Remember, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we will have Room ;
soldieinIcalCo.LosAngelesCal. Eighty-six Instructors and 13 students last session. Many scholarship
the in the academic department open to Louisiana boys. Expenses of scholarship student
or I175for: session. Hoard and lodging In dormitories at low rates. Opportunities afforded F. E. BRKMNER'S WI
IiI LaJW Rankin Drug Co., Atlanta, 6a academic students for self-help. In the Academic Colleges, no boy U properly pr pared I .
for college ,,'orlt111 be turned away from inability to pay tuition. Neil session be. I

t1d01'N'Distributing Agents. gins October m. Send for Catalogue.Address R. K. BRCFF.Secretary. I ijl5g103: SOUTH PALAFOX STKEET. (@} I .,

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; ::1 1.!! PAID THE NOW WITH Sarsaparilla Strongest in t lie e ff olrf

.. S Hye
Doctor orders. sells.You : -
Druggist .
II 1 i THE JURYCASE ;I The 42:; <1 Annual
ii Statement ,
: take. Quickly said. r i. 1
,,1 Kitered at the Post Office at Fecsacols, FINE I Ending December 31stI tUIII .
'f j{ pta,_Mcond-tla_matter___ i $110 Quickly cured L:ftl2.:

: OrflCE :-fltt'i Building, :Jl.t! Booth

l" ; 1'a1&fo..treet, op-ttalrs. I I,I / OF WHORLEY AND HOCAN 11 THE f EQUITABLE[ij


Terms: Invariably in Advance. YESTERDAY.Friends -- 1''I Refused to Bring Suit Ordered by D"- Colombian Gunboat Boyaca Detains |L IFE[ ASSURANCE[ SOCIETY

: OM Tear by Mall ..... ." ......_._& partment of Justice. Steamer Palena. I .
Biz Months .. .. ...... .... ..... ....... w I The case saint Whorley and ),
I I Montgomery. Ala: Sept 19.-An o:- New York Sept 19-The steamer. I Assets .. . . . *; : -I
.. tha Week,by Carrier Fajable Monday 10 I of George S. Wells came Hogan is coming, to a close. After a 11! ficial letter from the department of City of Para, which has Just arrived ',, 1 Reserve and other Liabilities -

Ii TELEPHONE NO. 118. together yesterday afternoon, made I brilliant speech by the prosecutor. Justice reoehed here: explains! the "ne from Panama had on board Captain . . . . . 2'8urplnsfrom .' -.
glect! of duty" which led to the dismissal J. C. Moon of the British steamer --
Pa -
up a purse of F'0 and paid it over to'' M r. Parkhill, Judge Blount charged : ( which DivII :7;;
of District Attorney Vaughan at lena, Fays a dispatch from San Francisco -
H !JNION 9E arshal Credille,satisfying penal-- i l the jcry aud a verdict is expected at Birmingham. to the New York American: I l dends are paid. .. .. .=! =T'l : ."

ty imposed upon Wells last Tuesday ,[13 o'clock this afternoon. Same: three years ago Vaughan was The captain is quoted as ha'IDIsaid; II I ]Paid to Policyholders in

morning for selling liquors on Sunday Ja*. R. Landrum, for Hogan, made Instructed to bring a certain suit f Inchancery. his vessel was stopped at sea by the i I| 1901 ... .. .. .. . $ -7- "
!' r' Some 20 letters of Instruction Colombian! rebel l gunboat Boyars and ]New Insurance in 1901. ,
SEPT 20 1902s $ w -
a good speech this forenoon. He .
r I hate followed to the same effect searched, notwithstanding! the cap. I Total Insurance in force

l) Wells walked from the jail, after a has made a good fight for Hogan. but no action has been taken tain's protests He will make a f>- Dec. 31, 1901 . ... .M171---.'

THE Alabama Republicans still three days' confinement, in the late Jfr. Parkhill went for the oppsing! Some 30 dajs before the dismissal a port of the matter to the" British! ron i! Notwithstanding the gre,tt. .
F. pertmtory order was sent fora flU!. 1.
Uncle Mark's report
keep memory green.
afternoon and was accompanied i cial strength of the Society .
i i
up attorneys and the defendants in no : :
the The rebels
on matter and Vaughan waited : suspected that the Br-:
I j greater security which .
i MEN may come and men may go, the street by the delegation o f |.uncertain manner, and the accused 20 days before replying that nothing I Ish steamer was carrying! arms from '' I holders thereby enjoy tl f- 1.1.1I ; i ,.:.

4 ; but the coal strike goes on forever. friends who rescued him from fat were noticed to squirm uneasily In had been done. Valparaiso to the' Colombian: governj j I 'are LOW and GUAlUXTFr:E.:> I .

I I !j What the subject of the suit was if mtnt. I 'ter than given by other cuii' : .
I ther service of the city. :
EVIDENTLY Speaker Hendersonthinks their chair
not stated, but his ejection follow'ed.I .
L one David is enough for the The original Wells fine was ?50U I SALISBURY IS ILL. I II!
Fortune FaM>rs a Tf' &n. ; !
iiii republican: party. on two charges. One of them was u t' |I Water Cure fur Chronic Constipation. { KXOWLES BROS..

"Having ditrein? pains in head, II i Take two of hot water half Confined to Room Owing to Chill and I I
1'1'g, DEVEKV won out m his picturesquecampaign a doubtful nature and it was 1 back and stomach and being withi cups an Attack of Gout. I General Agi-nti..

!/} which bolsters lorn John- that the prisoner could be given the i i; out appetite I began to use Dr. I| hour before each meal and just before lucerne. Switzerland. .
New Life Pills writes W. P. : Sept. 19.- 309 H. Palafox St.. PENS.U < ; \
King's ,
$ ends higher. : going to bed, also a drink of
hopes up benefit of the doubt with propriety. An mvestlsation;; of the
report publish
Whitehead of Kennedale Tex and[ I
d ;, ,
- J
: water, hot or cold, about two hours
y ed by the London
a LIEUTENANT PEARY is i of Then it was communic1tted lfayo t soon felt like a new man. Infallible this morn'na!
a man: I stomach and liver troubles, I after each meal. Take lots of outdoor i I rPeardirg the health of Lord Sai!!;:bii.-\ FOR RENT.

A many faces according to the different Jones that half of that sum could be Only 2:;c at D'Alemberte's drug exercise-walk, ride, drive. shows that the famous British! f.f"--

+ $ pictures of him i m the papers | gotten together and would be if the store. i Make a regular habit of this and in infer! is confined to his room here ow. FOR RE.\Tn.The spaI ,
+ OUT of every thousand people who other penalty was taken oil. '1'b '( many cases chronic contipationmay 'leg to a chill and a slight attack yf gymnasium of the Pa. >.,<.

n love I TERM: ,: I OF THE be cured without the ue of any gout. cola Athletic Cluh :
are m !sixteen bECOme hopelessly -1 I mayor took the proposition[ I en ,
r insane .It.e rest must gtt mar ': serious consideration and made thei \ medicine When a purgative is required I HP probably will be unable to tray]| rented during the ,
take mild for a fortnight, but it is asserted that sea

ried. .- -- i same order in refeience to the de-: CIRCUIT COURT ; like Chamberlain': something ? rtoimeh andjentle I I there is no cause for alarm. for fairs, concerts,
I LiiTLLHKLnof Maine wants to be I behavior ;1 aud Tablets. ces, etc. For particula! ,
fendant's' good in future as -- Liver For sale by all I

.'i'_ l speaker of the next Lou-e. If Hen : was promulgated in a previous case.Wells' druggists and medicine: dealers. I II Came Near Being a Cripple.: call at the clult or tI1'S '

,+ + derson would only stay: mal: he '':I Circuit Judge L. J. Reeve i is preparing Joh We-thafer, of LooguoteeI phone."o..J.l.

might !be. i friends then made up the' to commence his circuit court Bank Embezzlement Cases. I Ind is a poor man but he sayh.. s.'t;

i, money aud to-sk him out. I Grrensboro, N. C.. Srpt 13-Jud e I would not be without UhatnberlaurE -
work aud during the few left
day to
_ iw'E BR\ Ax's: opinion of the Massachueetts ,I Boyd has ordered a special! term of J ]Pain liilm if it
"I i In taking olf a portion of the two cost five d" llir- a
< : democrats must be similar to1Koo ,I him is: deeply interested iu readin {-: the Un.tPd; States court to fry tha I t bottle, for it saved him from beinja: NEARLY TIME FOR ,
penalties! for disposing; of liquors il-
t 1 =e\eltV opinion of the A1tlJamaRpuLlicau. upon] the laws, with which he I is al- Reece-DIckins-m: bank embezzlement cripple. No external
-. : legally; it must not be taken to mean I!I cases. Judge McDowell, of the western : application i- SCHOOL I
ready familiar but with every point district of Virginia equal to this liniment for stiff and TO BEGIN!
--- ------- he designated
that like will be taken
in ,
: Ett'PoRT society will hardly! : steps any 'Ii that: is likely to come before him he to hold the court Judge Boyd swollen joint, contracted muscle*, ,

/ *3; !tj liouor Henry Wattersou with an invitation i, future cases: and it would not b e I i i wishes to thoroujnly acquaint him!I being! disqualified by reason of his hat still neckspraiusand rheumatic and and fully time to IJ..lutlk.
I t to serve on an arbitrationboard wise for any one to tligrantly offer !! -It. I ; assisted in the prosecution of thaI mu-cular pain: It has also cured ing forupplie-
s geviolations
for the
isM We have
t pupil
I I I s while he was first assistant at- numerous case of partial paralysis. !
to settle the differences of the I of the law: in the hope o i '
I He will not commence the fall I I a large stock of every
-400." ;: torney general It i is for sale by all druggists; and : :
receiving the same treatment. ; term before the first Monday and I medicine dealers. ;', thing required in th-
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i school room. :School. I
TAE: French will have to give 3 I. ': the first court will open Milton. Coal Goes Skyward. 1 i
m A 130) $ Wild Ride For Lift .
i Knoxvllle 19. book, our prices j
1'elletau the Sept.' \ -Soft coal is i WILL LET LOOSE MILLIONS. i.
medicine that
same the I i
president gave General Fuiistou for I With family around expecting him ;I! Then he will go eastward as far as now selling at $I per ton in Knoxville.within : !: these are the same i- !

? l l i Marianna, that being the last place ofl miles of the coal fields. A Secretary Shaw Authorizes Distribu.I' the publishers, therefnri I
that irruixtible: impulse to talk too to die, and a son riding for life. 13' i i
t tI .If? much. !I I miles, to get D r. King's New DHd I I which court will bp held before. local! coal operator) states that unless I j tion of Public Funds. w save you the frei,;li'. :
I : I more cars are furnished with whirhto ) Washington. Sept 1-Sfcrdary! I II We have school bag ail I I1 :
returns PenslcohJ .
for judge to
covery Consumption, Coughs I transport coal! from the mines the !thaw announced before
I SENATOR BtvEKiuc.E leasing Wash and '
traps knapsack-
says ttlt eaud{ Colds, W. H. Brown, of Ltes- ': uJ e Reeves said yesterday that t':' price will be higher here He[ is nthe > t I In t tariff is not the parent of trusts, j I t the t 1'!'! suitable for boys or girl- ;
t I rife, Ind., endured death's agonies s the this : opinion that the so-called "car'I '! during the week he had
reason; anthorizsJ
',,1 place was the lat ;I i
Perhaps the senator knowbut if Itt a large variety tu felf'c'from
: from asthma, but tin wonderful I I I famine" is having more effect on the tprices > distribution! in roun l nun.bor *
_ ,- is not the (,arttt it makes a very 'i wa* because the l.eavi.t5 dockets of coal here than the I'( o | all the way from -"< -
medicine ;gave instant relief andi anthra.cite $ in public funds among th<' !
f [ it kind toster--.-pareut- .-- ,i soon cured him. He writes : "I uuerg w were always to !bf encountered! in I, strike II I barks throughout the country which;1 I!'i to 1.;;,. Slates, pi-ncil-

tIv."f d'' GOVERNOR: Candler says r'peaks i i sleep soundly every night"; Like tin- and Jackson,; county. i!iI ..1 h:ave bonds available! for security. :' colored crayon, i n k

Hender-ou the marvelous cures of Consumption, ___ I I Mexican Bandits Indicted. I The money' will h* release! and de- I' pens penholders, ink ai t
tj :. saw haudwriungou | Pneumonia For over Sixty' Years. HrownsMlle, Tex., Sept. 19.-Tne posits! all will be completed! within tj i pencil tablets, 'i1 holtrj ;
the wall and! flea. It : Uronchitis.Cougs, Cold* ,
is he |
j ; and uiatchle-s MRS. WINSIOW'S fooTHi.NB' SYurp, hat grand jury of Cameron county has returned few daar.! just as rapidly! as the j companionspoiu": --
i failed to see the handwriting on the.I Grip prove its merit tiff a used for over sixty years by millions two indictments each agalmtsix bonds are TPCPIVIHI at the treasuryFIeichman' | lunch baskets and b"j \-.-

I ., : wall that he went dog tl. I I for all Throat and Lung troubles molh"retorthrtrcbIdrrnwhtletectLin. a, : Mexicans in joint charged with .. .- 1I I j i all goods guaranteed. It
1 1'4 --- --- -- -- I Guaranteed bottles oiij: and Jl.oo. "itb perfect success. It soothes tbe child ambushing state rangers I last week ,
') 1 I i they don't suit rt-tur
Compressed Yeast, :
GoERNOR CAM of Georgia Trial bottles free at W. A. D'AIUlberte's softeaFtbrgumsatlaySallpaiucurei wlad and l Ulng! Ranger Roebuck.
fi 4T fresh; daily and kept on ice, the them.'a .,
at al
j colic, and Is the best i -o bur ->.j li
revolution for
of blood remedy Diarrhoea
s predicts a in tile ,, i
drug store, 121 :outh Palafox: | West Flori h'tram: Bakery, two
It will relieve. poor little sufferer immediately and exchange -"conl"
t Rz Uuited :Mate: unless the republican i iparty cake! for o cents or one cake and ontickFt u '!
I I Hold by UraggltU,, in every carl FINE STATIONERY.C. i hand school bookCOE'S .
.. ) -
s for 5 Bakers
is dethroned from power or'' )t the world TWl'nty.nct'nl" a bottle cent : and
r { unless that AUCTION Be sure you ask tor")1 rs. \Vinslnw boot b- I hotel* supplied in any qtuntity.
t t party tops its oppressive SALEMONDAY lug hyr p, and take no otb..r kind.
measure i V. Thumpsouo.. 11 South BOOK STORE.
-- -- I MEAT & MALT ha*, a marvelou-
'L TutRK :' TRANSFERRED TO Palafox street has just opened :1 ---- ------
)'iM i is a peculiar connection iu dietetic value. While refreshing: and ,

that the Times-Union and Citizen I will sell all the balance of then new supply of Linen and Bond pleasant to take, it helps assimilation GREAT SALE

_ + I feels it incumbent to deliver elegant; stock of clothing men's fur- THE PHILIPPINES Papers white blue and pray, with! of food. !Hold byDASSHF.IS ;,
.. ix '', Envelopes to match, Oxford sizes;
homily on
who has engaged in:sense the to poultry a man' wishing, etc., at the store corner of : al-o,; Foreign Mail Tablets with Envelopes :EU BROS, i i,I OF CLOTHING, ETC

t business uu its advice. Is Palafox and Intendencii streets at I II to match. Ink. Pencils, -
it becau, ; E. Grojohan, for OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine I
a long time
i I j ; Penholder
4r of his readiness to accept its advice auction, beginning Monday. No Blankbocks, File, etc. i! I have jut bought at a gr
A ; ; +, that the Tunes-Uniuu. and Citizen I! reservation.. All must go. Listen I II hospital: steward at the l'enacolanav. etc., always on hand. 1 gain a f.) UUO stock uf Clothnu',: '

f has }' yard, left Wednesday nightfor Phone 234.n Men's Furnishings, etc iu t1 < .
?.' n ini-giuugs; ato his common> I'i I for the bell and attend the sale.I oy-ters today. Try them it :;'!+a) South Palafox -tr-.-thegiiinitig 11\

.k ;,r eeust? F.' E. BRAWNER.. !I I Han Fraucico, from whence o The finest line of sterling ;' lveroods X II' A1'-.TLE.RPATIGURA. Thursday will! tv, .'
l --- the lat of Heptembfr, in accordancewith and silver sacrifice price; until all ,i- .
t WITH the purchase of q novelties N to be J - -
large tracts Call early at Mouth: Palaf"\
L of land for the purpo of establishing I REV. SAMUEL KOGH t orders from Washington, he'will I' found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to Thursday and pet great hark nl .

f 3 large cattle ranches in Florida! !leave on a tran-port for the please all. I F. F... BRAWM '.
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> ; there should be great profit in the Philippines for a two-year service i! The finest line of umorellia in the I

t attendant industry of tanning. The WAS INSTALLED ;:; This: gentleman i is widely known city i is at J. I. (Stephens'. Go looki SANTA ROSA SURFBATHIHGJSTABUSHMENT

supply of tanning material of the i i them.

s' !1t s P bighe-t quality, i i'1 practically inexhaustible here.1 He had been stationed at the! -- -- --- _-_ -_ ___h__ __ h __ Is not a Strong Purgative. |,

and I hides Immediately following the mo-t i yard for a long time and had married -
'a rts cheap and It does all that is required to I' ;;;
i abuudiut and should Florida not be beautiful vocal selections from a there. Hi* family will remain |Carolina Portland : Fih chowder be r\ ,
Sunday evening. Pen! it. "
s able to furnish an adequate number l large selected choir at Temple at Warrington until his reVirn a* stinnlate the Liver "ecrei i can arrange to have ti.. I

{ tf t ,; of bides yearly -upply tile iud 15eth-El! last evening Rabbi: Samuel'' the department does not permit tions without overworkingthe ; other refreshmenturv ,1 I ..

try. hidecun !be brought here from Cement Co.BIRMINGHAM time during the week .&ll' ,-
k South America atd Mexico at less Koch, recently arrived, was: insta .1-1 i h wives of service men to accompany Liver and Bowel A* a terms. See manairer

sl r s cost thin they cnn be delivered to I I Jed a> pastor of that: ;synagogue. TI ie I'. *them to the i-lands i unless they a pleasant, palatable CHAS H. J'.l I li': \

I s *t j the tanneries of the north or ea-t. ceremonies were replete with im- sent there for lone terms or pe Ib' ALA.
I : j fa.t A.A.AA.AAAA'1
pre-ivenes* and were witnessed by manently.
i H.LI a dozen unus who had I Laxative IT IS '
tN 1l P' been attending the Confederate reunion I a number so great that all could not i rt""k-> of all High; Grades American Perfect.For! I HAVE YOU NOTICED
+ in frt. Jo- ph. Mo., 4.t i get selling: room in the beuitiful i; MEETING Portland Cement." Orrmania,
} an exchange Jer nan ''Sntiirn, German: Port- For eliminating
it were on their way home and[ I place of wnr"hip. The l laid, Cement King;*! N, Y. Calcined WHAT IS MISSED HERE ?
t I were waiting: in the depot at Kansas The new arrival wa-. introduced! tn';' September meeting of th i" 'Ijfter, It<><>enddle Cement kept at I j
City for a train. They wore the Young [l'n'3 Hu-iue-s League1i ; "h iNorfolk.. Port-mouth Charleston Typhoid and Malarial Germs

j E Confederate ai.a 'tne congregation by President! Danstn i i ing been adjourned to 'fop juy Savannah, Jacksonville, Ptu-icola, hvvvvvvvvvv *
1 : of
gray ore tti heisser and Dr. Koch to'I'' Mobile; New Orleau Galveton. from the sy*tent nothing can ._ .
held a faded rebel llig. A-oldier i| re-poinied i;September! : for lack of a ij J cum, ;i' We also make shipments direct from -::!!

a Wearing: a khaki uniform ana belonging : the kindly introduction in a neat'1'! member! are urged to attend on that :Mil| when yen we iret cheapest rqual it. It i* a tonic and Everybody ha* 1.1l1 Iii t-. i ..

; ; to the Twelfth UnitedStates' and appropriate speech touching, I 'd ite. at !S:! o'clock. Home very important freight tare Sole selling agent for alterative it will piece ,-f thl* earth. Hut ti-/ :
i "Alabama" and ; improve fight for it. They mu-t watt: :
bu*ire*, demands the atte ; Southern Cross
# infantry came swinging; by. upon the Jewish religion and ie-1 ,flan of the Brand," Portland Cement: Magno16 health chance to get it. and (get uThos. ,
He stopped in front of the little I League on account of t. your beyond your .
Ii inu* obligation: He impre*"ed II I failure of the Ira Hydraulic Natural Cement, C. Watson &; Co.
group, brought Ins heel together i August meeting made near Birmingham. mot! sanguine expectations. have some particularly flue bat. '
/; and saluted th* flag. "My father .I ieveryentiqaence. with his tluetcy and elo I j I Ii J. R. KELLER, I I to offer jut nnw. and they 'I' v

killed CHA.. CHOATE Prtsidp-r.. Correspondence Solicited. Silt All you to come and inve-tirfat- .
.4 was fighting for that ban! nee. i i |!' i by First-Cla s rlrnnist, Von will never regret having :

I have just finished: three 'ears' _. ecrttary.. : | -
I .0
r 4 in P.r."i Try the Kllwa Want Column. .
&4 Philippines he said' i i I .W
t, i A BRAND
pithily and-be.--strode-away.--- NEWJNOUSTRY. F. B. BRUCE I I This weather makes fA
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s ; KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. i Salt Rheum Nothing succeeds like ucss,"' : }! grass grow. You can /; '

; and succes*! i* sure in keen '
bandit! Lawn Mowen
I the ;; cutting

1 Regular Pensacola meeting Lodge, No.Monday 3, K. of nuht"P.-, I| V I 1.;,1\1'I. no may matter call! what it eczema you call, tetter it. this or milk kin!! I I Il'nl't. product Hudgins', up;' -new to-da'1'e--cigar;colaindustrychoice *, I tv r1 AID i In th AI i a rUa tS it ad f AtAhll 1 c Li1 :1,I and Willis Grass Hardware Shears Co'from ai till

sa 8 pt. 22, at S o'clock. Work in the d.rasrwhkhtrmes! in p-itihes that bitch urn. | which are good sellers, any ,IM new l i

f It Rank of C-quire. A full attendance ,dIK'hark P a watery matter dnand j! brand of smoking t. !bi., .>-Biz i
; requested. Member: of sister lodges; I s-j"1 ii'iinrin"I\>-iit the for .
little call
and transient brethren h <'. 'II ii tiuae to exist and for b c-nt I I money? If -''
cordially in- an'iy perI I ever sold hr '. Dealers'
lit'i"; .a'1IIit:. a> long\ as then hum ors J I Bicycle Sundries, Edison Phonograph and Music. : Stephens, the jeweler: Ho will
f t vited! to attend. i ret'yin. j| are cordully incited to 1 it the fac- commodate you.

H. A. LEE, C. C. 1' It IS always! ; rad.cally; and pernianent'y! tory and Inspect the slot! ind method '' Hammond and Other Typewriters. Typewriter Supplies. All Kind I -- -
HENRY HORSLER, K. R. !8.: cured byandiHood's *. of
Repairing, Lock and Key Fitting and
I' All kinds of chairs
High-Grade Hammerles Cues
Sarsaparilla I -- Kept R-nt.BigSnpply of Fresh Shells
I will repair your watches ,
before. bas 'ur- all at Low Prices. I rocking chairs at Marston
Jewelry in flrf-:laes style J, J wakh expels all humor I "
i and Is positly ryISee S P
1 Stephens.. I j[ unequalled for aU cnuu.eous truUions.. I Pin( are nitur'H tI.Vest* ,'pric 16 South Palafox Street. ;low.I Quina's.. Prices are very

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H. FAIRCHILD, LAYING SOME H. A. WATERS w. C. O'NEAL, President; No. BOO3. f. C. HORTON, Cashier;

jjxxoxjSTaaaFiiBii: ;. J. FOSHEE,Vice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't C.shie


37110110 405. .I OF PENSACOLA, FLA.

R. K. WHITE, REMAINS ARRIVED LAST EVENING Designated Depository of the United States.

r jUhmakcr Manufacturing Jeweler ROAD TRACK A FEW MILES Condensed Statement at the close of business Sept IS, 19O'
Optician, .
and Graduate NORTH. (From Report to Comptroller.)

st.. Pe.ueola fla

-- number of gentlemen con- Time Loaas... ............ ...... .. .... .. .. f3: Sj97.32 Capital Stock ...... .......... ......... .... $200.000.00
'V New 70-pound rails, lately received gregated at the union depot last eve- Demand Loans..'... ...... ...... ...... .... 50,03655 Surplus Fund... ...... .... .... ........ .... 10,000.00)
F Overdrafts..... .... ............ .. ...... .... 104.72 Undivided Profits..... ............... .... 9858.23
from German mills,are being laid for ning between 6 and 7 o'clock, awaIt- U. 8. Bonds and Premium.......... ...... 187.171.87 Circulation.............. ...... .... .... .... 125,000.00

NOTESi about two miles the main line ing the arrival of the afternoon Stocks, securites, etc... .................. 2,625.00 Deposits................. ............ ...... 401,624,71
'nEWS on Furniture and Fixtures........ .......... 6,718.48
and in spur tracks:; at and above train which was late and which [. R. Stamps!' .......... .... .... ... .... ...... 8834
brought the remains of A. Cash and Exchange...... ...... ... ......... 160,938.66
'-- Goulding by the L. & N., and every- Heaty
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lirawner's: ad. thing there is very much cut up by Waters, once a citizen of Pensacola, J746.4bO.94 m6,'''''.''4

r. operations. The work is but who had died the day before in
i I. -'u Shoe store about being 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. I

H-. done by railroad contractors, and a Birmingham, where he had gone

big gang of negroes have been some time ago: in search of lost
u) ,{ i jv !1'itt has returned from I

.' .... u-r t"" Detroit, Mich. placed on the job. health. AUCTION SALE '
& Co.'s adver- How much further this work will : Those who were at the depot were Green Watson & Co.
1. ]I. r' Io\tll1:10 I ,
: : .-1--tie and call and be carried cannot now be stated, butt relatives-brothers of the deceasedand MONDAYI

i. n.t Lli-play of fall and is learned that the big gang expects members of Damon Lodge No. (n. 1IALL1D.VY iV CO'S OL1 STAXIMZdznzdmr

w ,. to remain on the Pensacola division I 13, K. of P., of which order Mr. will sell all the balance of the oWe iiiZ Zcc-Zczc cc o

Waters in life was an enthusiastic: elegant stock of clothing, men's, fur-
,, \\ r- '11 & Co. are offering for many months and some i

iu dress goods; and other work is said to be under im member. nishings, etc., at the store corner of Quote; a Few Fall Novelties !

tvrau interesting ad- Palafox and Intendencia streets at
mediate the train's arrival these
contemplation. Upon ,
:his istie.i auction, beginning Monday. No reservations. READ THE LIST.
It was stated last evening that per- brothers tenderly lifted from the
:.. in found many bar- All must go. Listen for -- -
haps one-half of the cargo of the baggage car the rough box which
,. ut visit to the east-
v the bell and attend the sale.
few steamer Firth of Forth, now en contained the rich casket with its : SILKS.IMI'ERI.U 5.
i ul he quotes a I F.E.BItAWNER.You .
w advertisement tou route, would be held at Pensacola precious remains. The box was
. borne to the platform, the lid taken VELOURS, very brilliant with rich colorings, 21
..- call and see his I for repairs and additional improvements i I ; can get your house inches wide per yard. .... ...... ..... .. .. .. .... .... ...... .. .. Ov/C .
off and the casket carried to and deposited
which tracks :
among are more t
s I furnished complete at Mar- BLACK TAFFETA, 19 inches wide the guaranteed kind, per _ Co. today adverf to the cotton oil plant and the Pen 1 : in the hearse in waiting. Ii I ston $ Quina's on easy payments yard ..:.. ...... ... . .... .... :..: .. .. ... .... .. ... fie ,
I Ito i
." Clapp shoe1 and sucola i Then, followed by a number of carriages [
compress.A I weekly o,' monthly. "Ye Old Time Guaranteed" better made

'Iut rul di-play of gang of men were on Railroad I the sad procession moved to i :!27-inch per yard. .. .. ... .... ... .. .. .... .. .. .. .... . .. Jpl.OO

t'"lr how, windows. the deceased's former home on De- j For the next and :-Ij.inch.ller yard I1.7S.
-. i. them. They can : street yesterday and are there today I 1t Almost t C Cost t 60 days-furniture
taking defective rails and substituting Villiers street. Here many friend at O. A SPECIAL--:-:;6-iiu-h BLACK TAFFETA of splendid weave, -. -

sound up ones. This is done in I II I 1 called last night and took a farewell ,. M. Pryor's to make room for new that will give long wear per yard .. .. .. .. .. .. ... . Jjl 00
1 rbt- have a full pare stock.
i I look at the familiar features.:; --
of heavy fall trallic.
anticipation a
in this issue ant -
third anniversary I Pythians: by the score wended j I Ii ATTENTION, TEACHERS. ;tSU ITI N GS. -

:> 'ij-iote i prices which LOCAL RAILWAY NOTES.A i, their way to the home and kept a'{ I will be in my office the last six
CHEVIOTS inches wide sponged and shrunk per yard $l 00 and U.36
MVIU.J! to the careful watch all night over the remains of days in September for the purpose of

!i. v'-ry word of the ad11' special theatre train, conveying i their dead brother. whose contracting schools with will all begin those operations teachers LADIES'! CLOTH inche wide in all the new fall shades, per yard, OSc }

I ,ill at once to see members and properties of the Dev- October 1. OCR SPECIAL-54 I
i This morning at 10 o'clock the on II BROADCLOTH ; for its smooth! finish
,any bargains they il's Auction Co., arrived yesterday N. B. COOK and lustre it cannot be equaled per yard... ... .. .... .. .... .. $1.50
funeral: was held at the Palafox 16-lw Superintendent.Foley's .
afternoon at 2:2 o'clock The com 'I' ---- ----- -
Methodist church and the
Street; 1"l.ItX-I r
i->- talking, its got tot had its emblazoned cars OUK GIIXTS 11l IHi'AIM'.MiXT: is being rapidly

., '. Kryger must have pany own sermon delivered by Rev. J. M- Honey ana Tar filled. We have Underwear, Shirts, Suspenders, Overall, Ties, Socks,

it his popular Mer1 and their arrival created great in- Dannelly was touching one. The Xooolates, : Handkerchiefs.ln fact all that is necessary: for :Men's Wear, except cloth- ,

,', 1 Everybody wants to terest. The troupe left at 7 o'clock minister had known Mr. Waters intimately ing and Hats

this morning for Mobile. ----- --
!i"llt frequently happens: and was therefore able to COLUMBUS
:.. room i is taken and winy Don't Forget the Place
I j speak more volubly of his good ,
have to seek accommodawiiere. Train: No. 1 arrived nearly three I discovered America in 14'!2, but it

The Merchants hours late last evening, reaching traits. was nothing in comparison tit the
the at least a hundred Services were further continuedat I discovery: I made while North and GREEN WATSON & CO.
here at 6:45.; A good mauy people East last month. We all know ,
Why not add another the grave which had been prepared i
waited for the train as it conveyed I
I : in St. John's cemetery Here I OPPORTUNITYmakes I Telephone 193.
the remains of the late Henry A. I .
I u.-. blotche, bad com- the impressive;:; Pythian memorial ,: ; the man. It was presented to I-
Waters, who died in Birmingham
i and I took
H.iinl% :.; apanlla: is thet service was carried out a large attendance me I

.. t tkt'-it has established W tln "'d.\y. i of members being present I ADVANTAGE I If You Buy Them at the Boston Shoe Store, They are Good I ,

The railroad company has placed' and taking part. of
I it.Have not the time nor space to tell
MEMORIAL SERVICE at the.west entrance to the depot you all the !great discoveries I made, Do You KnowChildren

corridor a large arc light to the :, THE WEATHER but you will find a few of them below i
and you get the benefit:
great comfort of the many patrou | i take twice a* many steps as grown people,
COMMITTEE Satin Calf Shoes at #1.23:: regular: .SA***.'.* consequently wear out twice as many Shoes, unless t
Last night the light was quite serviceable $I.7h; seller.Satin you buy them of u-? I
TODAYLocal at Jl 50, regular
----- to the who awaitedthe Calf Shoes ;
many $2.UO seller.Patent reason why you should buy your CHILDREN'S SHOES us is:
libi I"lt"f! Pythias; Memorial arrival of the Waters remains. 1 Leather Shoes at 200. I THE ecau a we allow no man in our line to undersell 2-We buy

'. "',- Committee: i* requested tot It alo aided in taking the casket $2 60. $;3 OU and $4 oO, worth 50 percent none but the best and direct from the in.uiuf icturers, enabling us to i ,
Korecast-Partly cloudy tonlgbt ; more. are you at least 5 per cent on jibbers' prices. H-We are uj with the I
.. at I-\.f 1'. hall Monday at 7:30 from the baggage! car. I and Sunday; fresh east to southeast wind, I Vici Kid Shoes from $2 Bo to $5.00. 1 times and carry all the litet" novelties of the day in Fine Shoes. 4-Be-

iii. for rep,+rt I with occasional shower HaH of all grades styles, colors i cause our motto has always been "Kind Courtesy to All Customers"
i and designs from oOc. all the way up i! whether they buy or not.Ve ;always lead our competitors follow. ,
Thirty imuut- liter: a meeting of Thursday night a gang: of negroes il! I to$5 00, aud thoe : ti-We give you a !School Tablet free and give it clieifully..

1'ensacola Lodge No. 3 will be !held. under "command' of Contractor Temperature in Last 24 Hours: :

: Maximum .... ................... .. ..... .... "'\dl'grl't'11 KNOX HATSwill
--- Nixon, passed through Pensacola I ..... Mdegrues
A )'ar..""'$ Nlllllt Al't. i be here in a few day?. Did I : 1 1I
bound for Laurel Hill where they i I them Well, I'll tell Boston Shoe Store
I want all! the world to know," Temperature Elsewhere: tell you about ;
will be placed at work on the L. & I Max. Min.Uanta you now in a few words: They ar*>
1\ it- Rev. C. J. Budlong, of A'hIt .\ .... ... ............... ... r\tI a>* the"( uinte.cp.nce of Swelldom"
N. extension there. It was stated .. ........... ........ I
,v. 1., "what a thoroughly i Bismarck ..... .. i2 1! the article to top-oil with one of
Chlcago ... ............ .... I" 51C1nclnuatl just N.1T11AN (:. roKCnimiir: : Proprietor.
IUd reliable medicine I found I II that the couipuny had ordered the ...............-... ...__.tI'i ,;"- those: !swell suits clothes you heardme
I Galveston_._ .. .. ... ......._.1<41 ii tell about. I ; II
l :-ctric Bitter" They cured me work rushed.: Huron ... ... .. ...........__ \ h Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street
,, :Jice and liver trouble- that i aclr..onvlllt.................. IItI SUITS !
I Kansaatlty--. ..... .. .. 4 rKeytt'est. -
l me great suffering for ... .7(1 tii
I material A CommunicationMK ,
make, j I
It'mpbll .. -' from tb IX to J25 CO, .
For a genuine all-round cure MOO) Ie $4 ill and finish the finest of the flue. Allow i Hotel Camden
EHIIOK me tos-peak a
ptrtf'\1 Dally for The New. bj ... ,
\r<'l l anything I ever saw." 'I Montgomery ... .1' '
Union Naval Hi ores Co. New trlellnl "oil il EXTRA FINE few words in favor of Chamberlain' !
n1 Hitters are the surpri-e of New York ." n: I
I I nemeJ '. I Buffered for three j jyears : CAMIi\:
..... 7e itSt. Cough AI.AIIA3IA. ,
EOS I Pi.W Savannah addition -
: fir w+ ndetfulwork in Liver, : Louts +t. 2 line of Mz.; and 75c.;: Shirts with the bronchitis and could
.. _. ._.. to the "Eagle" at from $1.00 to II
: and :Stomach troubles. W J.JT1, H II"a
I Is Now
ul ,0 try them. Only oOcts. WU ..... $ .-,i'j ti.. 1 :ff}< S $250 and they are bound to please !, not sleep at nights. I tried several Open to the Public,

.' '11 iruaranteed bv W. A. S- _. ... H :!7,', P.- I :t!', I doctor and various patent rmdi-
\, b.! r.... 121 South Palafox. U .... i v.'s E ... 1 i7irf MARITIME. you.All Fall goods arrived, so you can'tcome ;! cities, but could get nothing to give i under the IIImac..meut: ; of

._...-._. 2 e!>.. 1) ._ ... 1 2-I; 1 too fast for me. i' me any relief until my wife got a i
EVERYBODY LOOKS I. IK.", f A below. ...I *".. Yours, for Men's Furnishing! bottle of this valuable medicine, !;. MRS. S. MIMS
I which has cnmpletelyreiieve'1 me.-
1 I1rlUT8TUBI''iToI&i- u_'_ __ i,: EXPORTS. \V. S. BKWKMAN, Hague!!, I 0.1| ,

FOR THE BEST I : for September to date ................ .... *\.".(,-:, Jos COLE1AN. Thi remedy i U for sale by all drug-I <.f Peii+: The man who own his own home I gi-ts and medicine de lUr*. j i
injures himself against lots of RATES REASONABLE
: iCall on Spitzer &
trouble and Nobody can '
i'i'!..-y are doing the finest worry. I S : OPERA HOUSE ATTENTION. \ By the Day, Week or Month
.. i.iu: be turned out and are raise his rent and the rent day ha ,, VESSELS FOKTSTEAMSHirS.

i '.i do any kind of a job. 110 terrors for !him. It'" e:1"Y to own "'I' --...._I. ..I" I : Patrons of City !>idulUls.I Table Furnished with the Best the }
Nor Hydra MI, oabrlele, to Gulf Transit
'.. India rubber tires the a home now-a-days. Thos. C. I'o NIGHT In addition to the work in examination Market Affords. I
iu rket, on short notice tell howeay Br John Bright 17-e. Wyness, lo W S : ONE of pupil for school No. 1, i .
& Co. can
.tS, :t full line of rubber Watson you Kl'y..r Co Public Patronage Solicited. ;
i Prof. H. Graham will on Friday. J.
them. hr Manchester Inventor, .774 Perry to
it is. Call: and see 27th.
. S k. Kl Hoae Co I Saturday, September the 19th and 2i;th iu-t., examine pupils -
j S ul buggy need uphoUter5 I'.r Kobeiield, I*"*. Caosap, to IVnsacolaLnmher I | for the van-im city !school" i Free Sample R om;!.
5 \ \ make it good a< new. O.iBTVILIA. CoKrStuan 1 without certificates in the third and I I. t't'I
\ Hunter.tnorder.Hr
l is
! -. too are reasonable, ti r .....the Hale Esais Btyvignatu. + \'alentla111, Kicbardi; to W L W 1(- As Presented 3H> Nights i at the Gar- fourth grades who were prevented I !Sunday Rates Made to Traveling
, v imple capital: t.> carry on : ;J tlcb A i 0 rick Theatre. in X. Y. ] by eickneor other good cause from Men .
,. !'HI/' I
building and .tZu I
| carriage of taking tile termination before clo=_- i
iii-iuesi" Duu't fail to Nor Am erica. 1.16 1 UJirtsen. to PensacolaLumttrr ; A Kanta-tlc Comedy bv CLYOK "ITCH
j : --- Co entitled lug of schools Ust May.It Thos. C. Watson & Co.e
' III.t It nIultfHI2:* Kittore, to Ro-a and the leading Real E=,tateAgents.take .
t ','aired. Crab nets Ashing Nor $tambuu',111'.Iierthcumssen to order to this matter at the time designated !

I :M'll/.EK&CKk'AKY: tackle to suit everybody, at BABKS : I i above. When the tchools I I all the worry off the shoulders of the t't''I
r 15 Eat Garden street. It Kice.<"*.Oleese. to Farodi & Co begin, on Oct. 1 teachers will be required owners of property, manage the
the Willis Hardware Go's.iTits :Nor K,vorit.Goa. :l.orllbo.toll'l L Co CAPTAIN to with their regular 'I
t r, I 1 Nor ogurd,111+,oinernd, to H H Boyer proceed renting of their houses!' and the col- 1
choral work and will have no timeto
t ---- 8CHOIIXEKS. \: i lection of their rents a* conscientiously J
i { Am John F Kranz, 4<, Harding, to J A stop the work of forty or fifty pupils -! a* they wouU themselves.
! ron Merrill A Co to examine one or two. I Their charges are very reasonable.
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jf.OLKAKKt' !: ) AND 8AILIW 1'081'11:1\: OF THE N. B. COOK,

! $SCHOOL BOOKSA i'I ST 8ACOLA.Ar1anIPe. JINKS HORSEHARINES I ISilw Superintendent. I I Tie I f test t matresGes pric.. ever sold for( here.the:

i Hrth oll"ortb. Br tld Antwerp sept' ) ) All kind of Fnrnir O. M. l'rYfJr.
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AND AT LOW PRICES. Ardjsowan.Ger.lSN.:: Antwerp July IStehcina 1 1'Ul 0 to make roomsfor CJ? 15T/ ) TLZ1i.
)Ferrari.t.sld Uarstou Kept .,
I eon 1st K rf Yn Face A'A3R' BoogttI
i "I'D.acola, It.i"-'.rid Genoa Aug SII I WITHELIZABETH new stock. __ {
'I I rtt Iona".$0e. at buenos Ayres AQg9Uniaso I ':'"""

.. .GEM BOOK STORE... I " SHIVA.K uporto, A Jg 13 KENNEDYAnd I Fishing tackle of all kinds I .:. i'S

.- : J tUplcer. Br.1W.! at Troon Aug 15 I and good crab nets at the -- '.
r. Line of School Supplies. Tablets, Pencils, Penholders, Etc. : a Harmoniously Selected, Company -
H.IM>.fcld Hamburg Aug 16 I I
: Kuphemia
i I : including Willis Uardivaer Cos.OA9TORIA.. Save Hooey by buying ;ill
AND MONEY. --- ---- ,
SEE ME SAVE i your furniture :
You must have good yeast to make: j THEODORE BABCOCK. I!
buckwheat cakes. The West Florida I Boon tho Hre A''sa>sof !".; I. at Marston $ M'ina'sGreat ,

CHAS. R. JOHNSON Steam Bakery: sells :Fleischman's 4O }"eflllIin the Ur anl7.atiflll. 8pat'Jltl cti/ _' Furniture Empo !
Cempressed Yeast two cakes,or one l
J18 SOUTH PAHFOX STKEET. cake and one ticket for a nickel. I Curtain rises at 8 p.m. sharp. rium. I .,



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i 1( I HOPELESS CASES. I! : dud to;

Robbery of Atlantic Coast Line Ex \l'hen the doctor leaves and these View If Upheld, Will Set 2,0%
press Car a Mystery. I is what remains be Prisoners Free. I
1AN OCEAN TRIP! ci hopeless, to
Charleston S. C.. Sept ,.-The ro done ? Nothing the doctor's word is New York Sept 19.-Should the
I is
( BOSTON kI ) ported robbery of a Southern express' I final.: Much if you will listen to the view of Judge \V3lmot bI. SmIth ITe up. Kingof
car on the Atlantic Coast Line las: statements of men and women who were held, it is announced that 2.000 per F -

AID: ALL JJ Saturday night has been puzzling the once "hopelesscases' I sons serving sentence in the four county

t EASTE{ !J RZSCRTS I local police department and a nuuv given up by '__ jails of Greater New York ma> bottled beers
doctors, and who I _
l br of detM>tves! at work on the cas> J'' be released
Via t were pt"rfecthand '
,f Thi) ,(.\G.V \ U fco: far no positive! clew has been es-1 I 1 permanently, cured} I 1 i Judge Smith, sitting in special term because of its uniform

fahlished! and four men arrested for by; the use of Dr. : at of the supreme court in Long Islanii,:

> > OCF.ANSTEAM5MIP. COMPA1't' : the robbery lace been released, no Pierce's Golden I \-L.-: ,I City, has rendered this opinion in u <.t excellence.
I..VK.-'lE- ,' ", -'h\J'' "I 1 I Medical Discovery. -.:;% c
d 1. /i. evidence being brought out against I decision on a writ of habeas corpus
of Ocean Breezes Brewed from
50 Hours Nothing is more i the best Barley-Malt
them. The car was In charge of' obtained for two young men who were
Week f s I
Sailings each sure than that
I eystnger Lewis. According to hi!< arrested a month ago on the charge
thousands of
3 J men / 7iE I and imported and
: from savannah Oa. ; testimony a man hoarded the car near and women with // tj of disorderly conduct. They wee Hops "lagered"stored

v ,-. ,ia t.! 1 ....: art 1 1'- J Lanes tied and blindfolded him. and diseasel: lungs, Ml sentenced to six months each in the i -
.., >,_ !. ....r\ \u.I.! ". stole J1C2 in cash and i i obstinate I I I ( for maturing) until just
i, r i I- -.- !. .',. \' .,,t .. ..r. f some Jewelry coughs, t I Kings county Jail. Judge Smith after
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'. .t .., .J .."'." ,I.I. : ,.,\. ..f t\,\ Lewis Fays the robber remained In th-a '1 hemorrhage; etna- listening to the a.rguments'l:1 th-.: ripe and most Wholesome.
., r'. :-. car until the train reached the ci'y ] cllimits. n and night. case ordered the immediate release: I

I \ f0. "..... ."ue..e.. .T9tt ,DI.tSNN.TTU. f<< when! he disappeared. The mf>s-1:|i sweats restored, have to"'perlectI l been of the t&o men and In ten minute The product ofAnheuserBuschBrewingAssn ;
fTC A.'!r .
R. '*...-. *,10,1.! let l.B->...1.. II. Jf stcper claims to have re' aseJ himjj i I I :alth by the use : they were free. :
t ":I'"">...lIuLl.-.,Ln. Iirl.l-. ,.. u..kll.-n'l.-'t .'..-h..I.-"""''. I U....lmGEXKUAlj ", *plf in time to Ere at the intruder as i|I of| the Disco'l, It was held by Judge Smith that ni I

rt/ f tiififF.'TIT:1C1Cf he ran through the darkness. Neither |!! ery." ll'illitcure fli', t I i iou magistrate in the city of New York :

the conductor nor any member of the j ? } -=-=--1' : had the dent to do anything more thin St. Louis U. S. A.
F crew knew of the alleged crime un. :il :1| It has cured in -I:yll FI :
', 'Vi I to hold an alleged offender for a higher :, Hreteri: aha of BlacK 6 Tan. Anheuser-Standard, Pale.Lale'

: } Fm.\CIt ClUnl"J.E the fact was reported to them by the out ninety-eight of every cases hundred ,g court or for the grand Jury. HJ I Faust. Export: Pale, Exquisite.: Micbelob and Ma/r-.Vur--, ,

messenger. I II here it was given a fair and faithful I said not only that there was no suh U\\IIEIi.SER IJUOS.. MhwUaie Healers 1'en-.aeola, H.
Followinj is i the schedule of the Officials of the Southern I
; Express trial. ]By that record you have only J thing as disorderly conduct, but that: ;
j government steamer Geaertl French Company came to .....arlcston as soon two chances in a hundred of failure and I all that a police magistrate could d<: I i
I which THE NEWS print for the! as the los of the money (packages ninet\'- ig1It chances of being restoredto when i Fule\" '* I\:if: ilea Cure make* the I Rubber hose all ,
a prisoner was accused of intoxicatlon sit v !
benefit of the merchant- WIOlap! was rr'ix>rtpd. They have worked < perfect health. It is worth trying. Idi- a-ed kiviu they nil! i
TWbi their to tIM \ariou; I(I was to hold him while his the Willis Hardware
H good; array without results. Abram Freer K-q of Koikbridgt. Greene Co., i plimite the poison? from the bio >d. \ t f
1 -*> pot : I I III., write"My wife had a severe attack ofpleurisy case was being investigated by the 1 1V.. A. IVAlembfrte, 121: S. f'alaf.-x. I I
LeYPngacnls m ... .. . 7io a. m. I i : aid lung trouMe: the iloctors JT.-U c her commission of charities. The matter I Kr.o\r Oor virr I.V! ;
t c; Lev., t r.arrRotI.6.. .... ...... ..... 7.Va.m.' I ARCHIE GOODING KILLED. i up to ..It.h" Lunnnt-ncrd t..kingDr I'ii-rcc' .ranClJItI.tCc.l 11-1... .. "" ,
Lease l'ldt..o ... ... ->:")a. m. GuMrn) Mv I '"
Las |:*rrancai.nav4 -> .. .... sI5 a. IU.Lt'IHh 1 tmprme from the tr-t dj.e. ty the time she I pellate court for a ruling. Pocket cutler and scissors -I You Will; '.. {
1 3 Yruaaenla ..... ...jM:15a. m."Arrnvj Bloody! Affray at Hampton, S. C., Over t had taken < lI ht or ten battleshe was cured .ivtJ J r !<- l:
Karrancas 11:1., It m. and then ;, end it was tin cau-(' of a lar;e amount bang from the finest to the ; dower garden* if tl: ey i.-v' J
iw, r w mak' a trip to KortMcKwe and then retori. Electron.C : sold here. I think the Toluen Medical Uiscover Her ( rscler. I own '.'round.! Your i i uiuviI i ;
1_4 f1 J. .- to I:arraneii- .)!lnmbia! S. C., S- pt. .-News has > i ithe best medicine in the world lorlung 'cheapest at the Willis home 1
; a and
trouble." Mistrtss-rui afraid I shall not t.e' hf-e-ii'I.j It. ,
t K d ; Iarranc .. ..... ..... 1M p. m. j
c ii Ltave Pickrn .. ... _. 1:25 p. m.L..av. jns-t; ivached here of a fatal shooting 1'REE.: Dr. Tierce's Common Sense able to take you. 'I Hardware Co. I though:: he may tin k I... *

-i4 ..', t. n..acola ...... .... ... .... .::101 p. Ill. affray at Hamilton ht-tween Archie Medical Aduser containing over a thousand Maid-Hut isn't my recommend good i I );v -t'y'omall want- ;a ;-. ,1...
L-av. 1'ick-Ls nlip. m.
..1 Airlyriirrncciii S.H p. m. and tusk>e and T. Ha?ood Gooding on one silo:, large pages i is sent pee on receipt enough. I i I 'own and if Mie/ will t-av- ;.. ;k u

+ trip '0 t Idiall" return. Arid P,:rry and one ot the Kearse s'', of stamps to pay expense of mailing dal}'. :Mistress-Your: recommendation !is .i I MIinVIKKltY.i i !!! U1. C. Watson & Co..

uq- ; Os.! VVwlne-d-tysaLflSiturdiy! the '!'a:oln rs. on the other. Archie Good., Send 21 one-cent stamps for the book in perfect. The lady who speaks so Cattoriagly I I Tie undersigned: takethimethodDf IpidingRf'ai Estate A:<". :-. .
j. .ar boat wil: leave 15-irnnea-i, via'l'ick- paper covers, or 31 stamps for the clothbound rher ; .ian uow her how eai: .
oilering i -
ins received three bullets one kill of must have ; service.a- a :
cup f T Pei: u'o lan at tiW: ( p. m. volume. Address !Jr. I:. V. Tierce, I you reason tor.. 3L6.
; y .rt... Uenrral French is for armypurposes ing him. Perry Keaise was shot Buffalo :\. Y. doing so.Hostou 1'ranscrlpt.Take !i| flri-hs: licensed midwife, having I

I? Iof Duly and utsidr UlU.thave m the I leg, but his wound is not don- had 83; year* Experience ,
any '
; I I I Can give bet of refer ii,'es from Euy a new garden hw
S a pa-s from the quartermastero : HOIIS. Archie Gooding was town j Care the Momacti.
leading of tin-
take page; o i marshal.: i THE MAN WITH THE WOE. physician city from "
; The man or woman who=e digestion MRS. M. GIDDENP. the Willie Hardware.

The trouble seems to have grown i is perfect and whop .stomach.; jltf lit South DeVulier* St
out of the election just passed. H> Fellow Who Hun the HujFever performs its every function i is never' Company. II

STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE good Gooding. a young lawyer andrecently Tells !Sonic! of Ills Troubles I tick. Kodol cleanse, purifies and r

'' "This is the tike of paid the sweetens the stomach and .1
year cure positively
a student of the South Carolina I
Lay fever man Thursday "whinl life : and permanently all stomach e DR. MOFFETT'S Cures Cholera lofanf on.

l Eftuern I'N.I.all,1 Milton-15 mlltnn ilatme college was defeated tor the le;' ,', becobes a log; pleasadt drenb. These troubles, indigestion and l1ysp psia. Wl f Diairhota.Dvsentery !
t ffiA after a somewhat heated cam. the whed the bad with 'I It i, the wonderful reconstructive the Bowel troubles ol I
are days
hay I
.. !
Daily F\i-pj !'oUllltRY.uCITY pan and this k1
may have had some-1: tonic that is making so many sick W1l1Mf Children of Any Age.
{ ; fever scuds like a wheezy pipe. I wake j
:; ; x OF! TAA1PA." ,! thing to do with the encounter. :! people well and weak people strongi y fpt Aids Digestion, Regulates j
id the with head (
bordig big
up by as ; as [ TEETHING POWDERS)!
; I The Kearse brothers are cousins nf t 1 i by conveying to their bodies all of'! Apl6 the BoNeIlStrtngthens i
't ti"t 7a l.v 1lon... "..r am LrYNnsncolaIYpr n the (;OOid you ever have: hay feverV the nourishment in the food they : ; Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists the Child and Makes .!
a4I ;I.tB Ar Ar Milton. :'.IMlpm : l 'o? \\i-ll, you dude dow how big! I eat. Rev. J. H. Holladay, of Holla-j + TEETHING EASY.
:1 Fare, '''<; Hound: tr.pfIn I.Vti fered with them in county politic' I n bad's head cad .it. Your head lie day, Miss., writes : Kodol has cured I II i ;-; l" n.70r mail Si fmU to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS MO i iTcSKE'.x&
A! .Jul> i". l->. I>B. M ITETT Mvl) rsi-l. :. d! -.i-H't.: 'I-1 I !L
_ c"III s so \large that feel it would me. I consider it the I ) u .. .i
: you bet remedy 11 ,
i Road Laying New Track. : I Eifeiprn- Altb rfnan De i j -> -"- .rtruuljleleetL.ii : '' !
i codtaid all the kdowlodge; of the c( tic ever ued tor dyspepsia and stomach !, ;. K.irtr--: Ij u. i ite.1. .- :.' -' a1 f nri! -rr -i If ; t- -
Xa'll.mT..nn.? Sept. 13Ti1ashville. e I cont.i ud tof-i I '9 i :rt-b 1 1 .' ,-leer- 1' r'] .. .' 11 II ; -
IIrlahl Prv.p.cU. N ndirtrr.s troubles. I was given up by physician Ht-r BI .tirrA. n-1 -I-I --jrT KTHISi r i -1" .- .- i -
Chattannosa: and St. r. 'iI *. Kodol saved life.! Take thal. .-w-> r..r..i.- nTTHISv. i- i ? j jr
\Vuil my
of the -
first do is
I is things you t tI tocobbfiicc V b. W M ,. ,' .
laying the first of C4 miles of new : it after meals. HargU' Pharmacy. .t KJi ra- : : r.- 1.- -
sili-czi Your dose tickles.You I .
; :
| ,n'l 1ound steel! rails which will ex- :j; i John Shipyard.; Sidney Kahn. I II
I sdtiffad -i ; I j'! tend from the corporation limits ol I !,|: |lot: lin-alh. throw back }our hen\!, -
N i N'ashville to a point near \Vartract. Kidney Cure 1 Ai
I' cloMboll .'d
i: I'} \'S. oi / your \bnuth adsdwzc.
Enough of the rails has been -le-I I\I \h.h.h. DothiiT ever di.1'till : tams fci ceys and thd&r: lig'ht. rmin F I
li\vre.l to enable the ,, I
work to be stead- '
1 so Inulioo:!. You fivl 1 that the Lad! 1 There's 4 i!
I's; carried on until the heavy track lots; of money to be made j
idvi-titi-d !Mlrrzi;: should Le crowttlvilh in real estate-lots of it. A real estate
-aches Mlirfl' chorn. and the rest i'i: i irf \ a Proud of shii'iK! ; gold sign is usually a fineer-board to I

the C4 miles will be laid as rapid "At flight you emit .Itvp. All you wealth. Thos. C. Watgon & the

; h a; the rail are delix-erod.! It is th> i j I cad lo is tit just lie awakiad\ whwzt1UM Co., the leading Real Estate firm ;

a t nil i jrfse of the malt to lay 80-pound j : tindfiiiblKirs tliidk you are the; have some otters which it would

i lie; over the entire Chattanooga fiii' i safety valve of a fuhj.rfssed air l.a- : be worth your while consider. Qt- _
v ?:on. i ic.xcii l-llitic. !: :and see them to-day, and dou't wait
till tomorrow.Dannheisser. a '
"If you have liodi-y-oxcii.-e !It'. if I
: : : CTKKII: nv mx>un BI,}I i, lo lot bake bjself dt'lIr-1 ln'.al dolLrs

I and cf'.ts.! you cad 'tro to ilm-'n,

i irl Allkin anil Hloo Di-ea .'i ('lure 1. "HH! I'.icliiciMl! for the n-st of ih.' -< .i-r ,

i ; ; 1 Mr". M. 1.. Adam, FreJor.ia. Ala., pod. There you will tide rli''i at: o I

took Hotanic Hlood Balm which e[- ; '!liueb\ [n-r "''1'1. fur board I ad l mob. If

It.etu.llly cured an eating cancer oi t'' you: hate do ltOlt'! .. I I.,.: d l, y.iu t -

i the no-e and face. The sores healed i !ire t'XIJl''tpt| to n'bald 't liolnad: tight WINESA" j

#J tap r'f:1' f t'ctly. Many doctors had it"out M' the U-St IHtss-ible! I l-iidi't-r. FINE \ LIQUORS[ ( } ETC.S. 'a

+fl r i j, given up her cae ahopel ?:, huu- [t.1) feuT is tint M t Lad} \ it'y.u have ,
r :t-ir I [I..nil.-! .\ >j\\\ will: d) III'tt-o'r | .
drpd- of Cl"t cancer: eating ] .o< e- lout if you have tii.iii--! ]l.nt a l.jj! ; i!

"'h'nnn! t- i.ut i -asst. uppf(r.ltlnH.lliug'=, etc., 'fabily ail do lunik: m-roudt it i.-: adythiImt ;: r.11
s t '.Jim.! '-Yni !i.'t 1 will!! I'll dillt utPI e hares been earn! by Blood Haltn. a Joyous l'ltilo-IlIIhalll\Joll" A. FRIEDMAN. 1

I "- is ,1 \' iiin. an' den no jury Ainu!:!g other: Mr;. R. M.: Uuerney.'i Sun. I r' :dins
1i: 1 'r4 \' I' !II"l iivitt Lie: -Now York Juuriil.Itouare | Warrior Stand: All. Her no-c and P P O BOX 418 TKLKIMIOM 17W

& I j lip were raw a* beef: with olfensi e '
: "iT tie knife.I !] 'di-charge from the eating sore It j-i not a waste to btiv sduHbrNl!

;\J jir..ff>-i..h lri= advanced ''I Doctors: advised cutting;;, but it i a hooch of flowers, n l bm <..I'I .nid\ or Ylr Ml1ig

raprlly of .-... thstnurtjfry, but more it''!, j failed. Blood ISalm: healed the :a new book wlsen! it is iroiii;;; 1" III.IIL'' ;:a I

:1 *. '.' sr.. old not :iji' u-td txpt w here ab"liitrly -ores, and Mrs. liuerhey i is a* ..ulto;! her face and Lai'iuiuto h.'i t iCE AND WeOD.WE '
m 'I! ; ; s' ( well as tver. Ifotanic Itlood: Rah \ .
n tie< (---ary. In ca-es: of pill lit-art.Lschange.IVet ; *
cure* eczema, itching humors, d
\ .til l ? fr * EXPECT TO .
Dt-Witt'd |, scab, and scales, bone pain, ulcers, SUPPLY A MTCH LA HOEP. 11.\1.1-:
a f ii Witch Ilaxel Silve j Swollen .
s }, cures ; olTetiive t' Immense toll-P.
pimples, poi-on, car-
lui-kly at.d perm, tnently. l'u. ; THIS STMMER: THAN EVE1: '
E:> ( UK
i rein tiled for c'l'-, llinibrilOe :j II bunclrcrofuLi, ri-ings! and bumps! 1'1 had kidney troub so bud"
wouM i i-kiu iiisee", !I j ,on the skin and' all blood troubleIrii2gits .*. -Aire J.1. Cox of Valley View. Ky., Scientifically Distilled,
b) couiiti-rfeit-. 1 \v-i, -o Accept trouble no] '.I / $1 I per large both "that I could not work, my feet were SEND US YOUR ORDERS NC AL.
y 2. with bl fdiii i lHi'lp; ut i:',tuiiic; Hlood Hahn free swollen to immense; =iz+ pile< tint! I lo-t taut I. i.
.p rl i and prepaid by writing flood H dll1ell i blood! :and -trr tiitb." -iyJ.. C: !Pbii-' i j my phy-icians cS Co.MICKEStCO. .
: Atlitti, Ua. nt' C'rihp trouble were unable to Pure .
,r.. !hI'! PUiIll.. "I>.. \Vitt'",. Witch'' ]' srive me allrpli..f. Absolutely I
1 Iluztl i laud special medical advice sent i in :My doctor finally prescribed"Foley'sKidney
}1 r. .; time.: Silva! ronthand cured the a Iho 1tlealydlEt'er.I : It i* cl'rtaiulw'llth" 1 Cure which made a well I I Hf'Plt1111 SatclH lor all l'....II. Manresa Street, Telex hone 1'; ;.

( :j" Pharmacy: John Shtppurd Jlarjfi-' : nvtiigatin: : such remark. i man of me.V.. A. D'Aiemberte, For Hale by --- -- ---. -, -, .
't Kt; tin. able remedy; Blood Halm cure II:! :-\. l'al:1t'lx.: ;

: tf tie mo-st awful. wont and niu-t Bros,
f* I deep-seated blood dieaes.linl .
,'".r .. ..
?: nt n .lnnn <- .
m } : jf j- \ "isi CASTORIA
;: iiiciit iinst1 HUMUS an Ins ,
*, iA I I I \\ :\I..n l.ikr In 'I..n. -- -

I -r j* : ..'.j..v.. -,_it nMI'c; ;m.i'iiiity An ujii'ii It, jut ikcfji 11I"lItll yours is a Men 1:1: :,' in iir-n tl.ese traits: The For Infants and Children Plumbep Gas and Steam fitter

..' .. ,v I honor that ennol'les. the justice that The
tr ? li. i-n-i vtg 1:1'1"'r| lip shoo ,, w'=t .. il-.:nilj -.d! .-.' : I'IiPutht-d iiiis.\s insures tLe ri;.:ht. reasonableness! : __, -1 ., '

ills ..i.iIt'a -"I'-I'"I i 1.1... I' nitti.ih'Mtiiii' |p,H> : llit luillows and makes plan the Bears the \ eO. ,' No. & South Palafox Street

>3 !., 1 :11.... iu coitraue that I'rot-laiins virility the ..10-\-- r.-_ \ AU KInds oi Plumbing and Oas
t, 't 1' n wumll taw b.t"k t aradGrd of 4l ,.Ai... ....'t ", ; Fittings Materials Kepi onTKI.V3PHOM5 llst:2:
'L 1 uut.l;. I.! ... >>. u'enerous iii>tin< t that disdains! nilmealiness Jr. 'r: MA -. "1P1M"OCJL.\ FJ\

1 A r..11'111',.;: ,-liiu: I is nl\v.i>s |had; itt the modesty that makes; noUiast. :$ I'{: .
-.F I
'; : the d; thlt'ill : .. "\
to \ .. ;:nity respect ,
\\ l.u-k i r tlutitiu. A |'roj"ftiK!:: :tr'f : l> v > / J*
} UinliT liji iILIi: :U.'s ostflltlliini.: S'.If the fineness it.d the tenderness that If you want a good Bedstead S eS .r *- ,r- r !
4i: tiin.--it' mid I' know and feel. Hut when one thinks,! ..._ ;; :j ---' r ) .-.._.-' i .A.
;1 't ft.lly. lu' hair win-rally or a nice Crib for the ...VF.- i 1-: J -J**!; 4 | I MAvery
31 If : of it more carefully he not sum
a 't l"n..k.-ns uati\e may
good \
1 tuste and iiitelH-! :W'.J i:
trrr i.ri'( i' it up in just a siimle sentence and arvpt baby, go to Mar.ston tj- r'i ". .

A .1 1 nijilo in th> rlilii is r-tty.. l>utlitliiiitis it as the truth that all men like tiDuctoiH Juina's. I. ... ':0. 'Sl"C'E5S0R TO AVERY ft WOOLFOLK.
I'UtIl'UIIU: '!-t'O"nl V N'I I I71 I I. Lf -_ I
i weak 1 ) :. firj\ IMPORTER
nifiital UI'I'lIizutl"1IIl.h i .. y-. .:.. AND JOBBER OF
,r.r. I
ts- -liH'l bones aUyjiyii indicate .'--_ ." J.' .r._-f._ .
l c niit fares of character C..ulllt Help Her.j 4 P -' I
in smuo dirt: '('- DISEASES'
fkt y' .: t'l.i.. 1'ullufis of the temples! I is hu -j I j I "I kid kidney trouble for rear." IIDNEY ---- -- : .f I HARDWARE.

Ih'.s.. (1 to show IIOWITS of raatht-matk-al: i j i writ.- Mrs. Kiymond Conner of ....

it- P.. ':I.ltj..n. ', :Shelton. Wash.. "and the doctor- us tin most ltd of all & Iron Nail?. Axea, Shovels Haw Mill and !Steamboat

!&# ', ; l i .\ small mouth with nose and nostril ,, cmild not help me. I tried Foley V Preserving ,Supplies, Cooking and Heating Stoves Paint, Oil-!
f :ii-n! -111:111. allows tiiiioi-lsioil llul fk nnli.. Half shut eyes show natural(j ,!i!, save me relief and I am now cured.'
f.tirv\vdiir-.s, tn.tlie'rwith; Lick of slniTTtt ''I cannot say too" much for Foley# gfiirVOKIO! !EYeUSEI 11 I'' Agate and Tinware ana llousefimiisliiii] (foods.L .

-r t Ifff5 > Slow iii., li's! are always ,[, 121 Kidney r*. Palafox.Cure. W. A. D'Alemberte. % 5 .. IIIfllttt4 IIIOIJ ANPicklin 'AGENS FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL CO IPAXY-l:
found t in the ln-id
of i
of >
porsmis I'u. | I Q' Revere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton
dcuct Emery
A hltiltty.-l.i.iiukm Answer. I i Of monif fefundti Cccvtiiniremtdiu N O Wheel Co., Laftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's

: : Cures ItPnwrrha ie4of the Lung i I I DR. KINC'S cojniu4 bv col to the anxious housewife means the I! Coups somine&Iron CO.'B-King Raw and Hide Buck Stoves Lace Leather and Range, Wm

'** r h "Several! : year siuce my Inug; TRY NEW cent phyiid&ns u tha bat foil i I I range heating just right. You can I Made Railroad Colors.!
were so badly allected that I had I count on gas every time-coal: some
As t : many: hemorrha t>,.,"' writes A. M. Kldatr tnd Bladder troublfit times. Why not ne gas? We take Masonic Temple. $3 Pensacola. Fla..
K Ake: of Rood Ind. "I took treatment : THAT COLD. .JUCI ita oaf 31.W I ,
pleasure in
with showing about our
: physicians
t + any benefit. I then started I methods and prices, knowing full

take Foley's Honey and Tar and ]1s; i I Cures Consumption.Coughs, well that we have really the best W. B. WRIGHT comPANY,

f lungs are now as sound as a bullet. Colds, Bronchitis! Asthma L NOTICE fuel to be had-the nearest perfecj

s -t. .t of I recommend lung "in \advanced\. A. D'Aleiu-stages PneumomaHayFeverPleu-? h hereby, A.given U. me that': on at la the o'clock lath day a. m of,September. the- tion that human ingenuity baa de MAKUFACTCBEE8 AND DEALERS IN

berte, 121 S. Palafox.Refrigerators. riy LaGrippe Hoarseness "U !rsjgDed '111apply to the Honorable vied Call, write, telephonequickanswer
Thos. H. )IcCutla h.
County -
(; of 1:5-:: r -. : '
--- either LUMBER LATHS
Sore Throat and cambia County Florida at the court house way.Pensacola
Croup ,
1 in tbll City of Pensacola. for action ,
- have a Whoopirs I her petition for the allotment of dower in

few left, which we will sell I CURE.Cough.NO NO. a the copy real of estate which of petition Henry Ffelffer U now on decease file in Gas Co. ,1 I SAfEDCTPBESSSEINGLES-EliE-DrieJS) Silt'

atcost.: Marston PAY. I: the court of said County udge. ,
fyQid a. Pnc 50c.
and 91 I. '
t BAKlURAl'FEIFFEB. 25 and 27 E. Garden St. ,
,>Fi + I Penuccla Fla. PEN8ACOLA, FLA.


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-, you again tomorrow. TPrfiaps ybu are I

J.B.OcjOHEM1JrN HOW MARJORY letter prepared In prose. Let me ask

you a few questions on the subject of

SECCPJD HER END essays. Who is supposed to have been

"KING OF ALL the author of the letters of Juntas
SOLD : Marjory cast her reproachful eyes
[OrIginaL] upon him.

Marjory Kane was a schoolgirl who "I didn't think professor that you

lived In a university town. On her would wound me Intentionally."

Kjiini; Kin. SOCIALIST MARRI ARRESTED.He way to the lush school she was obligedto "I wound you Intentionally? My dear ...

.- always blowing cross the campus, where she girl-I mean bow could you so coni i '"" '" .

|i. and although half of It Is Accused .of Aassassination of passed students, but none of strue"- for Infants and Children.

can't trip hiw up. Count thm challenged her
Bonmartinl. reureucAThe "
be safe asking me such a question. Castori.i is harmless substitute for Oil Par '
11./ He must a Vienna < a ( -
:. Sept. 1 ,. day Marjory was graduated
-U is
reported tht
iuiuanapolis! :Sun. Lulho she guile Drops find Footling Syrups. It is PI'a!<>ant. It
Marrl. the well known social: was returning to her home dressed the author of the Junius letters contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic

"a,1 1st and lawyer of Roulogna Italy, who daintily: In white mull pacing, as naval was" sub..taiK'e. It destroys Worms and allays "'(','er .-luu>>s.

t I Is aroused of the murder of Count Bon- acmes the campus when she meta "WellS""Juuius It cures Uiarrhu'a"l AViml Colie. It relieves Teething -

.' liver medicine is a difit martini, recently found assassinated dignitied; intellectual looking man of course" ;: Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates tho

"- but you don't want to In his house at Bouloena, has be narrested about thirty :wars ol-l. He barely The professor groaned, walked to the Stomach and Dowels, giving: healthy and natural lcCl).

-' : t mi and break the gland of at the frontier town of Ala 'lanoed! at her, but Marjory as soonac window and stood looking out. Then The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

Austrian Tyrol his eyes were turned away fixed he turned and saw Marjory sitting
I.n, and b') ':-eh. IelVitt'sFtriy The Kind You Have Always BoughfBears
her (1) him and !it evident
II1.-1 rs never disappoint.HI'I The motive of the murder of Count gaze was where he had left her. She was hooking -

.' ,t die system of all poison Bonmartlni was at first attributed to that silo was very much struck with down at a knot in the bare floor, the Signature of
u.atteraud do it his :tpin'.tranee. The same evening at a her and the
u.J : gently robbery. On Sept. 12, however Professor pout on pretty lips, as
the pleasint effects.i a .M-hool reception she saw him talking
"!.j.iv- Marri, a university professor came up she gave him a
the liver. Cure proff' with one of the teachers and learned
umc to
i. i of the best known glance which said clearly "When do
--. tnrjud liver and prevent Italy, and Count physicians in that h.' was the new professor of English you intend to cease this torture

ti. rI I-' Pharmacy, John in-law. Bonmartini's tath(>r. l.t; .-rature. "I fear," he said, "there is a lack of
"; Int-y Kahu. on Sept 19 denounced his own o
ii-i When September came, Marjory was application."
son. Liilllo. as the # e
murderer. The .
accused r-nteiel to pursue. a select (rouse ofUnUUh
Marjory put corner of her handkerchief
Ih nne of our celebrated man the dispatch! added admit-! : literatme in the unman'col to one eye. In Use For Over 30 Years.

> Felt Mattresses. ed the murder and sail the crime wa loge connected with the univer>ity. "You don't understand me." he went __... Tilt tt'.f-U. to..WP.r...... 7msux Aav ar.r.r. ..CW 0" tE WP II
// ,V. committed
after brawl
a provoked hv'I Her contiiiiunvu! if .. whatev- .
any study on. "You have: a good mind, and the -- -- .... .
:Fhe'Ze"I''' pack or grow a family quarrel.! Other reports hal ir after her difficulty in getting rensm you do not pet on"-

[fill. n i. lf'tterthan a hair'I'' it that a lov affair was at the bottomof through the high; 'dwill| was a surprise "You are very.miklnd," moaned Mar THE CARMEN SECTION '

mtit'it1; nt half the price. the crlm!:'. Count Bonmartinf lived to her friends. Marjory gate no reason jory' "I'm sure I hJ\e tried tc please I

apart from his wife.Splendid for her action having the facultyof you." o-OT -oIFensacolei .

JI", .,'fr 1\ ,11Ifb. reticence, which i is often far more "P ut, my dear, it isn't I you are to ,

'fllbl."nrp. vuliul.U' than learning. She! lumbered ploase. You are ta: learn fur yuur own Floridsr7

Not even the White 1ouse can display alum through the first yar at the tail benefit."
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such a splendor of tableware as iif the class and despite Professor; Marjory covered her eyes with her I Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus
the ltritl>h einluis'.y in Wasbinston.; (;(>uth Drue's c-ffurts to h'llIllI'r by leading handkerchief and leaned back in her I

Cr F The silver! service provided! for the 'm- question.-:, iii'i-roached the June ex- chair. She !..n.\\" better.

ills l :issa dor's mire I is in itself worth {10Ot ,- :lm lI.ii"II, with the likelihood f fail! "Have I been harsh in my treatment Beautiful Lots for Sale.

: >. It coutflins 1.
\' -:,utaetrreraL f.f .IIT, and the regal firms of Inland ;- was to come oil' Professor Uenthorue penitently. 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord-

'! \ J) Pt'itKC1l JL'Nb are workc upon it with exquisite met her crossing the campus in the No :In ,\pr.
to location and
i i.M'K l- fl-: :H.I Fkill. with fiowfrs, birds and thus surroumllng vitae sHtt where he had seen her the "If so, I \s that yon will frnjieme. ing surroundings.

I ti,' inlu,try. tor there li them. I first time. He lifted his hat politely. I am sometimes impatient.: -- -- -

-. ov.l buy y0ur'oerlt Rim! ""Ii",; Kane," he said, "do you feelI Iy this time ln. was stain-! o> orMarjory. Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, .

>. ..j r. i.-'ourit Honr Muunlacturer.uoaje Ill: ..-.- I rcpaitd to pass the examinations'Vhy : ?' He took! one of her hands I High Dry Fertile Lands: .
in'lt ii' : l1o cooimnalt Iral'nr .. (':lIllIlIt iii 'II rp.t "
\ do ask which
you a question from h" r right rye. the other from her

!e'-nn-indirectly- i-mnuicturc btnefitPd jit by local applications. as they cannot you know the nos\r> r, professor: ?" left.5nfTlI'f't.1., as they were, with tears The grandest opportunity for investment ever

.iisrol labor. ) ca ow reach the di-eased of the "You .
portion I mean you are not prepared? they I looked to him like twin lakes tinIer
in fcbicu! :yon I've aaf cffered in Pensacola.
"-VOOr8a port.t I ear. There i i.< only OIK way to cure Marjory replied by casting down her < a storm. lie bent down and kissed .
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'u __ I deafness, and that i is by constitutional I eye*, as though she expected to lJeoI.IItl1tl,1 her. '
Home Seekers Should See These Lots.

.-, '. ..... .-."".::..; ': .intdie--. Deafness: i is cauoNI\\ : and Professor Jenthorne M.irjory passed the examination ---- -. -
.I was to be the butcher. .'1 any rate creditably, though no one knew how it t
inrtanifil condition the
by an ( mucous
t r(i BUGITY FOR lining of till Kiutaeliiuu: Tube. j lift is the way the professor felt was accomplished, and when In the VaCIUbbSCorner

I II When this tube i"iut1:1ml',1IU have i about it. following autumn her engagement was :
a rum linr; >oiind oriniperfeetlnarin "If you will come to my lecture room 1 announced to Professor Genthonie
Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
< and when it i is cIo eI I I
;, entirely at. say1 o'clock every afternoon between everybody said:

.n N rd COstS YOU a Cent, I I'ahll'is the result, and unless now and examination, I'll lie '.(treat heaven, the stupidest! girl In '

i; nlu I \r-: Wrrd is Read the intlaimnation can ho taken out linpl.r to glue you an hour's coaching Lis class!" P. A. M1TCI1CL. I V.O. BRENT, WM. II KNOWLKS. W. K UYKB ...., J. H, Rn;$c.I .
and this tube restored to its normal .
President. Vice-President. l'aabler.u'C Chit
II Itt:\ r Mly. :lL'h1:1: > I
condition, hearing: will be destroyed
Foley's Honey and Tar i Ii' peculiarly -
"Thank said Marjory meekly,
.:::: .-::::::::;------- forever ; nine l'J"'t.'' out If tn are you. adapted for chronic throat troubles

'11'i1\ '1't' 1..1NI caiipt-d" catarrh, which i is not Ling and. both pa"-sed on. and will positively cure bronchitis -
The afternoon at 4 clock! Mar First National BankI
but an intlamcd condition! of the next I hoaraeuess and all bronchial diseases -

I.KMioii liuprovMt real ts- tlucousurfaces. jury was at the lecture room. Professor Refuse "Mib'titute1'V.. .\.
M 1
.i.- ,.Mimll Minoui.lsnt low We will give One Hundred Dollars (lentlmrne gene her a resume of the D'Alemberte,131 :S. Pahfox.
-: I ill un I lMi< 1o.Inwks.
I aW. ."'I s. I'nUtox tit, hishcrSmlm for any ca-e of Deafness (caused lln'catarr'h nurse, 1'00 clearly\ drawn that it could I
that cannot be cured by PENSACOLA. FIA.D .
not but be stamped ui'on her memory If
you want a mca present to giveto
lIaU'sCatarrh Cure. reudfor circulars -
that is:' if she had had a U'mot'an.11tla.u a friend go and look through; the
} > |II\-I'oyou UM-U money ; free.F. IS*OT OT O XTJLSrg! i 1
'I .:. u ? I "wan)' HUiount you aunt Toledo O. proceeded to put lur through; aprt elegant line of suitable articles at
.- "> term sail Iow'r.t rata! J. CHKXKY&CO., liiuinary examination. J. I. Stephens, you surely can find WM. H. KNOVVLKS, W. A. KLOUNT. ".lJ. BREK, N. K. HYER, H. e
rtRt'II' i+ )hll'y 1)ruggi.t+, i c.
Wm u inbh-.on. t Iher.4 n'provfrtcity! Mouth l'fta-! -. 111I Is called the father of English something; to please you. If you D. G. BKENT.p i
lr.-f want anything in the Diamond line
1 1i poetry he a>ked.Marjory I
I)> "t! C< lieani.IN i ba sure to see him before you buy.Foley's ]
\t :, I' TO' liOKKOW MUNKYi I I < ;,-r: iv i! i i.; not ir'rnicthe toi'i made II') reply for .IIUli'I 1 ?(t? Nn MJ! Ijfftltt' :S 5-'?* $ &; $y Hftf u f (-Via( h

i i:,-ur. your property, pro- ,, ... ... 'I I time, In-iking! now and again it the 1 I lip. f1; !t : il{ 4D. .3yr LF r; d : JJ
,! .\ wholesale! .
: :"i- > : kt' +
i: .Ih.! buy or spll!! real KB- : grleer I professor with a mild. reproach tltt'llall""I"I.1I l g ,' "\,:,, A/11! !: CINs CS ?" f!:" ) f 1'I
I" rty <. Rny description, nave \\':i5 i-M-iiiiiy trid in HaniliurK. the! Honey and Tar i t; ci drrwa
.,'. a'.tend o. feebly:
or"your Intrt I
'uri'tf, Muanist hii'i I. 'ill that he had
;: colds
I .- "I hos. C. \\ atson A Co.M cures prevents pneumonia
I dr'ly oar cvn Bills of Ezchan/s: I:D Great, IrelaiOenuaay ISI
InQl'rRn BRcnts. IVnsieis *- .reh.It rand a i lrn-: iiiitily! uf I'.ni/.ii
',aI, nHh*'rl\e. '10 Preryuur 1 I ..iii r. With whom did I begin just I F'HUUO. Austria, Italy, ilollar.d: Kpuln, Relcom! finvala. Nufvy.
.' f, on} us WH will laud money now when I spoke under the head ..t' Wafer coolers that do not
-t-U ... mII .nl ether Enrl'DPaa .
'"1I1d 1\ bou& Porto HUDi i.His couiis.'l i F sdiSn, Dell.nar connttes!
.- --- -- -- I i.iiitt-d that b<- had ('hHI1\d the (..rigI re*'try .' waste ice, at the Willis -----
> t'11 i..I..1 Itoonin. I There was another grappling: for tirvcnd ,els DI"turd--r;; ( ; ;f Ir-at Farf.ra'e: Terms, and theltOIIIatloiue't'
.. :u:1: <-ol'ir! oj' the coltiv, but pointeil outt Hardware Co.'s.PARKER'S.
H' ideas, during which Marjory made: I'Iprofessor ', ; uken Payable f.t Por of estirasiri; T'a or KHieer i
: \ h rot.l ruotii : furmtbfd... !>at lie h.-'l I tin c-Unuge before .
I \ !1'0'1" iti, :ill North liarcvlona fed that instead of trymt" I ,Ut'T"Q : ; AIr "o. >. r:
the fi'feMIN tiKistttl and the .
c<* as eX-
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i.nry. u-1'11' I help her he was treating her brut.In: 1 '
-1. (iiT's. who b,'tl l been bUtiiuioned i. fx afety D." 'bii ::}:tA-S2 for R, Et In OosnoctKa: :
'or H"-uil Finally lilte:1't't: guess:
.. .. . .. .. .._ I're -'d the I'iiiiiioii that !it was per- Maims WhSteouib Itiley." x,. Ciexjr HAIR, n l Natii.f BALSAM tue bu.rwiKrtif I with wbSoh 'Qe have ar 'j''' Acyr.rtrit fear thnlluc
ft'ellt lawful t<> adulterate beans + latur art .
., I : M-\IM: lurni>-had rixun. Si The professor si h'd. 'You had s_. rob ft to Best ore pniwth.JNJver Gray of : .PintclirWE .
\t. "iirmi; >trn.!. >.j7tl though l'utI".I; unlawful to adulterate K IIair to rte Youthful Color.
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better o1'1' this di\'isiun of the Mil' .
rllilSIl',1Il''t> I Y. Curvf ** p d.a.e. & hair tilting.ytr.giiff
the court promptly
... or- '
F. ) K .A 1.1: and 1 will flwat hn iAa
at tonicj try
> i J''t home ,.
drtd! u t' rdiet of not
j i jmilty.
L"'li"1Lt.\ ;Inrrrutbrtuwc0taan I lu this L'ase the adulteration consist- ._ ni
r lot..1. n-n-i'iij ui-t frulthl' faotuiy ; I
i'.und .i.iiul fu1: tiitt.rt.. ttruun. (U.-k- fttidaiur. i-il !in tllal.iliIhl'I U-ans of n greenish i Wnt" fwliT for inr Fan 1i .
.,,'.'- f", per i. 9'\\ CL-I.1ot I' r', l>lut> I'liiur amid in pressing liiu- flour THE NEW GROCERY STORE. > at >i 'tmi '> Itt- \.> HI" ",
.' store, i < ">. TurranonaM. If / 1PM 111',AI v:,i '" i I" Ir ri'ns'
between! the clt'fth. The rosy hue I.UU..8 \rouf \ ,' t ... J .i .
I 0'O_ :: :: :: **f \t ..<**.. i ,. 'i .'. .., it" If.i. >n.
'i'K \ LEThe mast ot-hlralile lots lac which characterizes Hrnziliau cofi'l'ewas
> Clay on "s'Y tfrmi by the Ki'btrtil i. ,lie : a : ;...'.': :. 'I1C.I .
1',1"0 thus! obliterated.AccoriHng "I ,' .. I '
K-ttttf: Agency, SUJii Noalh :
ennuibeulale to the experts, beans ofeollee 1."III..I.f." .P"Ib 'Iti .M.we .
1': ;r".j :. : .I "
\VS have been artificially colored in 11 ... ... ... tt4.l.i. j.r. ..tUn -
11..1" iita'd. d. -'Hi.V.' :"ir .1 -
-- Hamburg fur tLe List! forty years ami Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Dato Stockof KITI s bV l'l.r. I'lnnrr. "'rl-' il
I \ \IH"IIC L\II\ to work at < VPt 'JSa, Iran fn yil I. ..,.1. ., i r *
if the pnirtice i is to 1 be .. t.rf.i ..
t stopjiod though; (P I'-wl fi. if' i iJltti
uiiid' fun I U Groceries.No
'I' > p rni't'Aftix. Fine Staple: and Fancy nBI'T"T ., -
i rwi. .l- < < I I. i
i -iv II i"
'. .lollu EII"" they I insist that the public is notdujNd. .m .ryma mad '.to and e h: |b I., Ir, j I. I .
'.,iuti t''lli'ttKO., U' I bin.-e it Is i.ot the color which 'i 30 W. Covernment St., Salisbury Block. .ill'' pi up ingtherir' .....NI" .. .-'. I.... fl j3.1"j; ,. > ,I.rim,, ., ". F

I Ki\c quality: to gouge, suits will have Su N .I 'I Mn w fl ., i" I I' I' .' '.
\ al. III' \.H..I. ,. .
11'UPIIS.: : 3.1. CHWW!.Tf. TM 1oita> M> '. --- to !I.. instituted ngauut all the grocers I well f''...-d -I "> '. '.,0' th ,.. ., w s '. '
,el! tMiN: who will di-t l'l\ll..cllt'n. 1 W u w j'. I. i, wl @,
\ '. itniiv sbuulJ HilUri">s JitmidIt I (It the dtj.Tils ". In a ti-w ill)., 1 >ui m re l'0'0 (i M"I' n<" .. i< '
.. I Dundulu. .. Mn 'b\lillllJl-N'Os..* HUB-') .,' r :.8 i .c... I>.. I lrlti} .
I w n t'h'cago. II The Star

'\.1.. >Vuntt- I : Laundry SAlVONA SOAP CO., Ccr. 12th S Pin Sts. ST. LOUIS, MO.NOTI1. .

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IrulIl ,.,.... i
'!i. 1 1Its air m"klui t:8'2fI : -< -- --
I i. t.f: vtMlnrpt! .r \\".'HK.. 10'1'- Busiest Best I
Hi arv.. \\ rite lur rHtainiiicHui.Mi'n ; I Biggest ..
1't.rirait 1'0., uvi Mad CHOICEST

| .'''tg. I'' I slyaatars iR oa every box of the genuine I ha"EbH':, 'lut''IZ..d, t? tnfrjub < .
'\',,,-=V.1'iH ). i Laxative BromoQuinineT..bletathe All Call on >crijition forVtn.. J" nningi -
remedy that rare e. cold la one U j. : Evening
i! i !\lHn la Icuni linrher traiiii -. i Bryan's!'* paper, "The Coniin n r.
i.-\ ,j'mousrr'lUmk'lur pincher byn'ework. .Jl.p..rt,'. Ilud i 'a,1".1 '!,'III\I"r... t -.... ir: rc""" ..:,,). Your Swell Friends I The price: i ill.ftl per year in ad-

.' f-r arnduatfsi' : .t ..;t. 4: ;\tJ vane": Those deirit: ,' the
.1'lii-nuaii; I.i i iv' in "i i town in Ytuurnr : "4. JL) A:9 pau'rrcan '
: 01 \V'iiri" Sa'unlnys. board ; H! i you will find will be warmly received I 1
.luun.:11"811I1 paruulats mailed '"' : : \ L.1l1 : elrt..IJ: ", I' tt him trl.. II' r k ... r"" \hive it efi'tto tl PJP hy ::Ptdill; t !

ten it> -r iiilnr", >.-W iiil.Hi.Mil.tary ... ii.-j.ii-i- i r.ili-. 1 111'- in.;.11.111:1 Ii.-Mi's i ,1; 4ii I; ', .. if you are well and neatly I $l.{\) to the Ui.dr-r--ii.ed. C. APOSTLE'S
-I'ite / t.
-- -- ''':-tth.-it m a ri i ir.iti'i: !! us a :Mr.M.ihii ,. .! .,___. ;;r dressed and your linen j is irreproach HE. iiTLwe I
.. =" Care Daily NVw.
LaudV r- 1 1it.
\ I l.ouuiy A' ,I i
Horny i.iiiii, a |Ir..p..r..u.; larrliaiit. ) 14 Est: ScraiMt St.
mil holtln Adutiontl t Jr.'i' ? 4t-i :able. A woman of refinement
K K: ICelli-y. Hiild r.Ql'iJiug. \ Iii one uoii t_:\1... ISlin ; ->.i"'ls i lur 1110 lur in the stur''. i ': '. 'kU :, ;,ijf-f {f always gauges a nun's well bred in- : Formerly Cordova RestaurantBtartf

r. -A.I iiau. O eiupiy U>- i- I l dint 'Ii lu.fl ';ii ?:: I *tinct by the condition of his linen Lt Every Woman (,- fir-load .
l ...'I 8. A. ;." "rIl'II "'. nov9ifM was Ioy w rk aumn;: rvl.t M : J ; le : / Pu;' .titles at ?1.7S

. .. I ti\i" ad: fri. ads! rlttKt'ii as qut'Hi
1111r11.. tun11I unit,-. s'.Hi-t inival i') lie held in the town.I 'I' } : ."""'" --, :AZ.- with beauty when hN shirt. tH V a'" "t iLt w 'lf1J'
I tW'i .I"t; t Q o' HR\l Spear
\I. 1.1 Ii VV' KI.L.N: AM' I 'PUMPSttttrrrtttandU.J.Ittith- :\I- :' ra.-l i'ride ran riot in the cltKr t ) f collars: and cut!: have been done up I 1 \ r T'I'I..I..I ,r1.,.. Je .:

t '. WII1I:1I1'o !breast. To a frfi-iid !;bl" burst \.t\ L ? at the :Star Laundry. t hw 'nf'. '. ., II+.x ofn
'1( \( 0( v.
.'Ib.r well and pump !I'{..r.. forth! in tii! < ecstatic strain: .....-,min y 1 "......, ......", \ ,
i :-.1 1. :-01011 tti.Iu--tantueutnn I : i '
, hhut .trpHy.put "Oil. nirin Mclli: She vas t-o i,,>au- 1st ymr er.a.l am-'yiFe ,,, tiny Caysulw ire superior

f -- I'I. MprntOli\p.:""IIII.t !". j tiful n-'r'II';! IVre vas no cirn-1 ALL WORK c. o. D. Gccds Csllti for and BeliyEreJ Free, M 1 ft1 E.L, nr rpt po to'" R. !3am of ( c pabo! ,
(, 1MI
sire Muend Atxugl for n v; A and InjT.j'.ci
Mollie! : l'wi.oIl '
t ::.=- I K'J lx-:rtltiful a< meta I'"trerl Rend
POI 1.'l'lt ;:- i vas MN ch a iii-'t 1..k-lUt.hl praciuus.tlic TELEPHONE J 14. 27 GARDEN ST- I lull p.02.ularraa iire.ausin.trrea TI 1 ire in 43 boors tie

k! Und she r..uabir107a llea Mtae.Lto., ).: f1O-P w'Lr ,di .ny in.'s u.
t COMB KKOWN LKUHOKN8v I vas siMidi a sroc(K> (

i -' ,i-..\at wllttrHirdwareCa'd stork mud KK
' no firrcl like moln )[ulll'! fi.d; = ,
: 1'1\ ate !'oo..h..I. she vas de best dcrkat I eflVr bat in -
_.. '
! -- ----- -- 'ry Ifr8i'b
t 1 \l I II I HoLpwtll: reopen her Writs slit-ire! rut she vas a gold mu- I i ESTABLISHED 1862. LODGE DIRECTORYI ( 5 .
r FigIS Qoo.tursl ,
! i ",-9r"I as No i* '\-1 'I\rk-on -
: lain-r! Oli. moin Mollie vas de greatest 'tm 11.; d.ehar..lottimmaiioni' I

:i i <"- per"HCtllHK month;K'Hdl-k or *".I.i.J..W fort 1i iri-rrel vat t /rl'rI1'! She vas yu-t I McKENZIE OERTING & CODIAMH8 I OF PYTHIA tin Cuaruu torn i IK.U irriut c( mo coal.n> or lueID4raaa nlotrratioc.

4'n! a jack of all rabbits:"-Los Augt-Ies P e, a' opca, Para!,.:.. .H'l 0"!MtxtB*
I I .. naEl.teu'clei: g atw poI.on us ,
i HA IK_.(_; ()OU.-- IT.-ratd. o ill- 0 Pensacola Lodge, No. 3, K. of P., eeluano Sold 67If Drartlata,
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t I '1. a.-: t"iL'Hl\K\H..r in KKIKXKManutacturert Hair Uood,, Hats Toilet ;I nry.l !: Ship Chandlery and General Hardware 1 I meeU lag ftt-c'O every: at Monday Caitle net Hal F, 0.0.4 or tifm ur to 1*Irattli-i., prepaid wnyper t;,75.|cfII -

f I. alrOIl.cIC..IY: : vv. O\'t'rnm..nt t j 111\ nlhl-1 understand it is quite dry ,t' J. \, In hallding.the third Bloant!loor.vbltlnlt Witioi. '.'.rctil.f Mblua IWJUrtfcCHICrcil

!; H!'! here'V.ion.! / 903 S. PALAPOX 8TUEKT. bretbreo oordlail-
.. :
stt' rr I.'or I"unl'ral... welcomed
.' ? Why stran-
'ho William-Dry
s- }UR KUNtKALa turniauod the rain IsI 1' I r .
I r '. iy in bouquets or'pi>cUld...lgait I I ger.t.. ct it'only* !0 on dry one here side.that-New York REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S BOI B co.- i 'c. H. HORSLIB K.K.4: : H. ,r.-\t11.".........". .-" : I., n......r..I.. ........... :
t o..eDIII vve>t Gr"Kory'WKK4 :, GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RUS8EL & BON'S prMP8.i 4 s. 'IIOH..11.1; a Yo', .LI"'''
Mlm 'HH" ". "- : 'k )tlJ 4.14 ... .._
:0 ... I.., .... .... II.......
l I' a. LUN'Llt""' tuna Cirdigi Nits! tll!!!, liatici! tistrEisigts, Skirts, liskiri, flan! Seasonable household ............. *" Mb tt1 ll....1.. .' 4 1. "'-
.. ..., Avoid serious: results of kidney or I'iL"'t' ........ **

l : and Floral LE'-Igni- bladder disorder br' tikin;? Foley'Kidney OOMPAWES. LOGS F.TO. and kitchen utensils at the rower..... fr .uII w..,T-U-I ra. '
y R --l0i! ordrrrd for eostomrei. Cure. W. A. D'Alemberte. C. Mckenzie Oertin: Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Aaro A /' ,c Mu: 4 .&... Si'.dW r
-" 'W Moreco, PX!: Wen Gregory I ---- I oIr," "''''...' (:*.
t: Mlm 121 :S. PUifox.. elation Willis Hardware Co.'s. 'nun 01(: ... ..A ......... l'fUU.c .. ..



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The Farmer's Success Depends school at 10 a. m.; Y. P. B. C. E. "BO S IN BLUE" NO MORE.Oar I :..........": EDWIN .............

THE COMINC at 11 a. m. &
: THE :
Freedom from Disease Arms r.lforim After This Tear : THE
Upon .
VnitersalUt. Will B* Olive Crn.The

I and Suffering. First Universalist Church, East recommendations of the commission :, SHOE : f-tl CLAPP I SHOEOF :
Chase Street, Rev. Mrs. Athalia J. on army uniforms, In substance i e : : :

t I I Irwin, Pastor-Services! at 11 a. m., I approved by the president, which will : OF : SHOES e : :
I'j text, "But the miry places thereof I go into effect at the beginning of l ,)3.I '

PAINE'SCOMPOUND CELERY and the mari-hes thereof shall notbe j Lave sentimental as well as practical S PERFECTION :

.t PREPARATIONS MADE IN ALL changed, but shall be given np to importance. The dark blue color so; .-FOR MEN.QUALITY'
01.1.1l1ll.ftl.0 .......... :
Is to .
associated with our $4
i long army
I NECESSARY LINES. salt, Ezokiel1iII: and S p. m., text, '
,I "The fool hath !said in his heart i j give place in service dress to olive

I : IS THE MEDICINE THAT HASt I there is no God," Psalm; 14:1, by the I green, with hat and leggings to match.

The two weeks now interveninguntil ;I pastor. Funday school at 10 a. m.; Our soldiers therefore cannot much Fall styles now await
MADE THOUSANDS or COUNTRY : your inspec-
longer be designated as "boys In blue.
t Y. P. C. U at6:30 p.m. Prayer neeting (!
the school term commences!
TOILERS WELL AND I l every Thursday; evening at 7:30. All the allusions of song and story
l will be in all necessary tion ; everything to be found that's
quite busy I All are cordially invited to attend which cluster round the distinctive colors ,

ii lines, and already great preparations STRONG these services. worn by the contending armIes ofa

'1 are under way to have things all There are thousands of farmers! in I i j generation ago will begin to be obsolete. new; all sizes and widths. We want
our land who are rich in broad acres Lutheran. .
't ready when the proper time arrive?. and ;gold, yet lack that true wealth
German Lutheran Church J. F. The development of the range of the
to call
all known as good health. ; you and look at the SHOEthat's
Book dealers have tneir stores
It is a melancholy fact that men W. Reinhardt, German service modern rifle Is chltfly responsible for ,
in confusion over the receipt of about' and women in the country districts, at 10:30< a. m.; English service an awakened perception of the value ,

: half a hundred cases filled with '''breathing the purest air and drinking at ;:31) p. m. of an Inconspicuous field garb. When i; just a bit better than the bast.
l li from God's bubbling fountains I guns were dangerous at short distances!
:4 books and scho T supplies in general, and limpid springs, are liable to the !i Christian; Science.; i only the color of uniforms made little

.J and a larger lot is reported this year same diseases and ailments that t I difference in their effectiveness as tar- :
thick and fast to Services at 2u2Vest\ Gregory streetat I
come city people.
gets. The red coats of the Briti.-h. ::
tan: any previous school term. A We find rhenmatism, neuralgia, de 11 a. m. All interested are invited I abandoned in actual fieldI | $5.00 TO $7.00
and liver Tong ago :(
bility dyspepsia, kidney
I1 novelties in the of to attend. I j jSaltation
great way dancer-
many troubles:: and blood diseases almost&t service were not particularly I Ious ,

; .* supplies for the student were dismayed common in the farmer's family a_= army to the wearers although no colorIs ,'< ...PAIR.. ,
they are in city homes.I'aine's more conspicuous than red.
this morning.superintendent Celery Compound, Heavy Every one is cordially invited to TLe new color was adopted after IIi

Cook i, In the en's best blessing to the farming attend the meetings at the Barracks j i series of tets under conditions al

for a week or ten days, the community, ha done more for the on Delleachestreet. Holiness meeting mu"t as varied ai those in: which the
pantry bmi-hrnent of dread disease: and the '. soldier fight Since he cann"t changeLU .l"u u o. \--.AAA.. a
l Sunday at 11 a. m.; Junior class vl"n"
a r i st time he will pay a visit to the building; up of health than all other MWM R
combined tllfdicinflr.. John Zupdti. .- meeting at 2 p. m. Salvation meetings ] clothes! to match different hac6ruunds 4 THE I Vtj U. < THE >
I' inty schools before: the city term : a color i> necessary whichbnrmunurs
a prominent and well known ; every night at S o'clock in the j
basinHe will be home next Tues'Jay farmer of Middleport. Ohi., writes:: Barracks; open air! at 7 p. m. Capt. with that of tLe laud?-..ipe11m DICTATORS J JOF < HICHE( y
L yr i -Socially; for the benefit of sutlereri prevalence of cnis-; and f":ii'ebU'i :\ <
and will then settlsd-jwnu. hard Callie Holder, Lieut. Kellar Cadet
; ,
: : -+tel ooaslderaM' dash of >
i in the rural districts ; he ay- I : a ;tr > FEET FURNISHERS
st I w>rk preparing; for the "L'i November I was ?o badly McAlpin, officers in charge. j, and gravel roads! and the esirth < "!"r- < OFHICHCRA" >

crippled; up with rheumatism, which of the dry sea! *
; I'rof. Graham, the principal of No. Cime on in June, that I could hardly Gospel Meeting. ture of brown. Then the sky nnKeoul'l 4 SHOE > FOR CASH ONLY < : :

i dndUpeIY1CIGf city school! ha: walk without the aid of crutches or There will be preaching this afternoon j ] not lie dL-rccanlttl.;

bt fu kept !busy; I issuing grading: certificates i htanstick.I. About commenced the tenth takinPaine' ofXovembfr ;' at 5:30: at the plaza. All are | It i is notable that modern man in !.:, < FASHION > 102 South Palafox Street. < SHOES >
welcome. preparation for actual combat iwil l\ fvvvvv'
and attending other buinesstu -; Celery Compound, and after tid
u=inr four bottles; I was completely At the Mission on West Government ?''\s bark to nature, which cloin"' -
connection with his position. He. I birds of the woods, often
the in
cared, and was able to attend to ; so tne
K anticipates a heavy attendance this u-ual work as well as when I was iuy Street-Preaching Sunday at j I i iII hues of their surroundings, even pning '- W ( (\
a. m.; Bible reading at 3 p. m.; 'lIW'N'i'i'i'rrl i
forty. I am now sixty-six, and can to some birds a white plumage r
34 e term. walk and run as well as a man of All are welcome to come and help fin or the season of snow and a coat of

Work on tbe annex at school :\0.1 thirty." the good work for God. James dark brown in the midsummer! Eggshells

is Bearing; an end: and will turned ,I Printer. ff'll1pntlreH al a like mar. LOUIS FRIEDMAN & nil ::
i pounds than was offered by the rail- j velour coloring.The Uu.are
and I Seamen's Friend'
aver accepted by the board in' Society. place which blue has occupied .
T road,. He expects' to do a Rood busi-
{ r { plenty: of time to be fitted up for the The Seamen's Friend Society will with all our changing styles of milItary .

rtt Fc 1',' k,_ reception of pupils. Every day hte ness in Pensacola: by this rate being;;; hold religious services at 3:30 p. m. garments since the Revolution as I GOOD- ;!:;'"'' ,.n.- ', ,' l-t I
given. well as ia the uniforms of civil life : ,. --
r I Sunday in their reading room on MESS our store '- -v H.-1 '. ,11.'I
H new school furniture, ordered by the: and those of other armies of the world .
: One object: of Mr. Klein's visit was I South Palafox street, In the Corner first to sec-no ;: r f all t: r J. .:, .t __ j
} F 3 $ biurd of public instruction at it? last '! emphasizes the fact that although; it''I and Newest;: Good for our Big Fall TraJ-: ..... a
building; north of the Scandinavian
j to look into the facilities for e'tablishin : has become a dangerous target at modern d(
; }ray ( m<_etinir, u expected, and upon its !church. i Seamen and citizens of all
? a brewery in Pensacola. The 1 range It pof-sefs>5 as a clothing Jut Received a handsome P I f\" \
rt.i arrival will be: installed: immediUf denominations are invited H. color many substantial merits line of ilk and \ 70 t t0 \ P'0] ) GI "
g4 subject, it stated C'J Flannel" O..J
: }
t .ly. There will be ov&r Yip' desks was : wa broached Cushman, secretary.e : I Youth's; Companion. Waists: from . .. . ." "Ml, "
*tI t.) several saloon men Lere and largblock i
IL tnf Jot. i Saints Meeting. \
of stock could be disposed of A PrlmllHe IVoplr.The Jut Received One of the Handsomest Lines "f 1.\1'11--: 1&1
i x Every indication pain i to the Latter Day Saints will hold sec- Tocos, or Kwlin;; I Wands tvhl\ -h DRESS SKIRTS ever shown in Yen"

x large patronage: ever knuwu and : to a certainty. Several;: -o: signified vices at 7-50:: p. m. tomorrow at i I Iaints' Ii belong to the British\ empire, Ire HIP acult_ DC.."

r ,I :;their intentions. ,i :-:' Hall, No. 52S East: Chase private property of O. Clunk IJov
edlllationaUacilltit-s. will! be heavily'ax lucent analyses; of the water: here, ''street. All invited. who lives on them and governs their: Carpets, Mattings and RugsOF =

i > d in instilling knowledge into primitive! population as an autocrat.: ALL DESCRIPTIONt.i : .
at Mr. Klein said, somewhat discouraged
They are a ring of coral atolls !lying .
'; : .sundred- pup iI-*. Department! t we can save you money. u= Wtd.). :..
I ------- the projectors, !but it was highly AUCTION SALE : 6'')/) miles off Java Head. IIouMiuple any competition. ......_
the jieople be from the
I are may seen
probable they again;, more favorably -ft
BREWERY IS ; fact that they do not possess a parsou
consider the proposition. : MONDAY :Neither have they a UPHOLSTERY GOODS of every Description We av.just Iii{

;Tryit He said Pensacola was a great beer I I horses, cows!, postotfice nor bank. received one of the largest lines ever brought here! dI"
t A PROBABILITY But apparently the inhabitants do well We can save you money on thee goods. .

; { town ; there was lots of room for a I will sell all the balance of the j enough without these! generally conFid'retl -_ -?

zd -- brewery had and he could not !see why ;i!' elegant stock of clothing, men's f urnishicgs necessary concomitants of civlllzatlon SHOES! .< SHOES!! .< SHOES!!! A-
one not been before established.
1:3: l.rUIKi'.II' of Tjmpa, who ware etc., at the store corner of I as they are intelligent enough By the Carload for Men, Ladies and Children. If '.. dl ::
to play golf and have a links. The
1 # i.' yesterday ia the ..... Palafox I can't! ;fret what you want here, there I is; uo use t.. tf! '
,'t .'Os : interest of ; .................1 and Intendencia streets at place has no money. Instead of filthy '
i for it elsewhere.;: We have what you want ri,!tjt
1 1 rj ; 6 the: brewing; company he represents SERVICES CHURCHES I:! auction, beginning Monday. Noi II I metallic lucre in the shape of coins one at prices hard to beat. SL_
| I curious }little chits cards
uses! loukiiig
) o1.Ho -
tl' in t'l- city was an interesting -ub- reservations. All must go. Listen 30J Pair Ladies' Button and Lace Shoes, '.
l ,, : ; ........ .......... "po xl for" 5, 2 or 1 rupee a half rupeeor ,won
+a 3j x hart fur an iutrrviewor at Hotel! E-- for the bell and attend the sale. | lo cents. These are all signed by $2: .5o' and $3.00; to closeout at only $1.0" ('al: -. .
Catholic .
cambia last Hcnin;;;. He I left for F. E. BRA WER.i'i|'the proprietor of the Islands and are -- --- -------..

i I ; rt;* Montgomery; on the 11 :'I.j train. ; Ht. Iich1d'Order of divine apparently l regarded as legal_ tender.OSTr.I ._ Louis Friedman & Co. -
i ;service! for the summer: First mas ;

;. ; p i'' rhM win the first visit of the :, fjlJ: a. m. ; Ian mass and sermon, GOOD HOUSE AND Keep the ITS-,
rem In
t' { TE/ condition U.i'
Mrt { suntletnan in a business ccipacity : 9jAJ: a. m. Evening devotions, 6 bv an occasional YMWM\Y

and tft was highly;, elated with the Pin ;| AN EXCELLENT SHOW I CEILcn TEII the bitter"dose of it r V 1! Y V r

i' j i rtt. Joseph's, }rev. Robert Fuller- will restore vigor
41t rj 1r+trunag', accorded him by local to tbe'viif,. -- -- -- -
x" ton, Pastor-First mass, 6:30 a. m. prevent Malaria,
ji dealerHe hud! never tried to in-j j t high; mass, 9:30; a. m.; benediction;, ,i /i auUcuru Irirr ml Avnr, YOU DON'T HAVE TO DRINK BOILED WATER !

I x troduce hit bter her! on account o f,! : | From the rise to the going down of

.'1"$ 1 ut1 apparent: rate discrinim ition, the I 'the curtain at the opera house lastnight Sick Headache rfrf DRINK -:
I' Kpi-rt.-i.iuil. Nervousness
-i : rttc fn-in uisvitle to Pensacol.i l li there was more put on the :, ? ,
swt : Christ Church-Services by the Indigestion,
brtug 7 cents than | stage than had been and i
cheaper froml.ulJl'a anticipated \
rector, Kev. P. H. Whale '
at 7:p) t -.
T*** ; 4 to this city. Before depart- : and 11 a. m. and 1 5 p. m. i j for three hours the audience sat and : Dyspepsia Well appointed Sideboards

;. 4 < Il log, however, he arranged to KPItlm St. Katherine's Church, cornerCernntei I witnessed one of the best shows that b STOMACH Sand la.ioniuia
!rr' ': and hixth avenue, Ilev. will i Q L'T.rE It !surf-and try
.Ir"tund hint; rate by 111 kin g |, probably be here this season. ,| it.
J. It. Hicknell l'rif't in Charge-
1' '' Cllutra=U for; consi;; tnuentt; b) !Services at 11 a. in. and 7:30: p. in.-I|j It was "The Devil's Auction," and ;, _h_____ Blessings on the head

b" stilt to Pcusacol.i vi tl.e New as claimed, has been re-written and' ,
t I
1 ,Ht. Miry's Mission; (colored), Ilev j I
t a !' Wi'fr W. of the man who dis, ,
Y"rk line steamers. In tl.i* way h F 'J. I:. Bicknell, Priest in Charge- arranged, every detail having 'rY4. ,
'I. '
t 1 t'. 1'Lt e cures a rate :f2: cents lower per 100 I ;' :Sunday: school at 3 p. ul.; :service at; |I been given special attention by exjperts. '] / covered the sideboard

t'. -- ---- ', 1 p. l+l. at the chapel, corner of Jack-!1 i
and B streetMfllio ,". unr
; soil
A Till ISVMNU.Slen I
k i Jackie has been engaged '
1 i q t.,,,
: as the wonderful to
f ty "Toby"
44l ";?1"st IIi, Their (J 1'"('. \\ uliTie ,; I HURO
7Iiir Icel li. 1 Reed'sGhapel-Preachiugat3px 'J this season, and he fills that charac. I
e ii by Rev. W. Q. Yrfeland.h 'I' I
wron, kind of fO'tl ter well. His interpretation of that
t' i 1 SPts : Hlinor" ', ( \.! del1 Street Church. Re,'. W.ij. I It Ir f\
jjravM thin :toy other ctu-ie.: It i iixA t role was ludicrous.
pasy to reUin: good health by tai! (- Vreelaud, l'.1stor-Services at 11i 'i very i I R TAURANT : ( I fI tLr LITHIAW'ETC
i k' 'i-" of proper fond and it n 1'1"1" uit.I i I a. m. and S p. m. Sunday: schoolat Miss; Louise; Sanford, the milk- |

too. The Rev (i M.. Lod;.eof loara i!:30 a. m., A. H.D'Alemberte, !I maid, is peculiarly capable of filling i i
Iowa made '
City a ucce-.rul exp > t
: superintendent ; Epworth League at -
riment. that place. She has a rich voice mixes perfectly with all
"I am tio of 1 7 p. m., Mr. Cade Shackelford; presi- I '
years age an a preacher. and her
!singing was excellent. beverages. It is a deliuoua
l Last winter 11| went to Kansi-, dent. Indies' Aid Society will meetat I DAILY MENUS ?iRoe

( and had charge of two churche*. A the church Monday at 4 p. m. i Acrobatic: work, dancing specialties ,I i _= =- _d-.v. beverage in itself-the rim
little use;; of Grape-Nuts food\ made and life without the txte.
: $ me believe it to be a true brain and; Pal.ifox Street Church, Rev. J. J 1. i and many other diversions, not'| Comprise all the Up-to-

s t. nerve builder. I wanted to experiment I.i I.! DauneilyPa= -Services at lla.m.and ?! forgetting Miss Irene L' tour and i iI ;| Date Dishes tbe Markets Bottled at Waukesha, Wis. '

i it further with it so I used Grape- 7:30 p. m., by the pastor. Suni -1 I trained "Z of the World I FOR SALE HERE BY
for than ;; dog, iza, made up a good t
Nuts mere : three :
moutt !
a i day school at 9:30 a. m J. N. Andrew Affod
.1= 'i with the best results. I not only[ ?, superintendent. ?Epworth bill. i I ;, rr-mot rL. Dear: Co., 11:;eiit5'NE1V
r never had better health in my life
5h : j but the ellect on my brain W.1i'ou League:; at 4:30 p.m., W.U. Goodman, The performance closed with a'': -

!fj derful. I had become forgetful; of[ president. grand scenic series, showing many Ladies' Private --- -- -
uaires: and and things, .
a''o persons woftenuuabletorecalleveuthenam as --
e,; i Baptist. of America's historical spots, closing !, PllA11IACY.(
6 r uk of old friends. 1 First Baptist Church-Services at with a beautiful tableau entitled I I! Dining Parlor."
After using Grape-Nuts for two
til1W i weeks forgotten names came to me| :' 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. by the pastor, "America Crowned Queen of the ; A School of Pharmacy Conducted by l'hutuaclltli
; and as the days and\ weeks passed i ;, Rev. F. Jones. Sunday school at' World." "
; j Complete courses of Lectures with Laboratory Instruction In PHAKMA' '
4 Iir, ;lj j my memory was wonderfully quickened '9:30: a. m., E. D. Beggs, superin- Regular Dinner HTK\, hOTANV. PHYHIULOUY and MATEUIA MEU1CA. Ample wji.ipmt
z as to names and dates, and Daily. 1 molioui building,with Intructlon that Is eminently practical in lt< cop'. >' '_
-) l rF mental ability in general. I could\ .i teudent. A cordial invitation extended : CLOTHING AT I i .tonhegin.Oct.20. "'!!!!Keetlperiession.: ul7.7CAMP: STREET.NEWOKLKAFor ; _

1#; preach without manuscript or notes, I to all to attend these seri --- ._-

as never before and In a month or: I vices. LESS THAN COST Short Orders Promptly ;
I i /(111
a bad taste in the mouth take Lay the dust. Toucan
less I said to myself, 'Grape-Nuts isa : -
+r brain food and such I Filled Night or Day Chamberlain's Stomach! and Liver I Wdl1{
M" as now recommend ;( Presbyterian. Tablets. For sale by all druggists garden hose at the

it. I j First Presbyterian Church, Rev. Beginning Thursday I will offer -- i and medicine dealers. Hardware Co.
It also gives health and blood, I for sale at 2uO South Palafox street _
i Linn R. Walker, Pastor-Services If It'i Something Good to Eat
nerve and muscle. Cheerfully and i $5,000 worth
of Clothing, Shoes, you wish,you'll find it at Grass Shears that will cut ladies skirts and w<<1:4
earnestly I advise students, clergymen at 11 a. m. and 8 p.m., by the r. Men's Furnishings. etc., at just what Cleaning i'+n"'
r teachers! and all mental workers / Sunday school as usual.Chrhllan. they will bring. Greatest bargainsever Nick Apostle's I close, at the Willis Hardy la one of onr specialties Star

to use Grape-Nuts steadily and offered ware Go's. dry.
; :4t if wish to excel I here.F. '
eystematically you E. BRAWNER. I FurnIture
ap in mental and literary work, lenew [Popular Restaurant.
\ t
ii YoeVaat
your age and feel well. It is the best Central Christian Church, No. 16 ; The best for the to PR.t.tro..
.4 nerve and brain food I hare: ever East Romana Street-Junior Garden hose at the Willis I a tt I ret'sel' price ever sold here.

known." than: Endeavor at 9 a. m.; Chris-j Hardware Go's. mMYM O. M. Pryor'3 Fur / Prn.BalIlUD Stop.the TlckIlDIIo.
niture Store. pr.c
IrA trt ickly alla.illli 'Q..u"1I1a t r


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