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 22, 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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The City. Special to The Daily News Special to The Daily News: Hooper Young.

Atlanta. Sept. 2"r.corge Suh(>-, ,..Oklahon-a City. O. T. Sept 2 i.-. \\ ,I

who had charge of the freight ek'ia; jChortaw, l'i' I'ul.j east of here early
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tor at the Empire building\ was fatally .today an eastbound freight train ran

/ News I ------ --- -- -- injured ui attempting to ..1'u'nar th9 into the rear of tile Sella.Downs' ..hvw :Special to The Daily News:

( ui chile standing outside' on"lie. train killing three p-rsons and wounding Aew Joik Sept. 20.: -An .
1 :'H. ::'\-President -- 20 others ser( rat severely; >
I QUEEN landing of the elevtnth floor. performed on the body of Mrs. l

arrived tints I OFBELGIANS The accident occurred about noon f All of the killed and wounded !belong er, who was mysteriously I

iMinsjUania sta to the show except the conductor in a Kiftj-eighth street fiat and \\
DEADSpecial and Suber d1Pd at the Grady hospitalat
"rted to the Sti of the show train: who was fatally body was found in the MOl rls ('
i !,>ng line of ( b o'ch-rk yesterday afternoon. crushed\ showed that her death was C'au: I
'ar'l Sober had been charge of the elevator -
>r Foraker. < in The how train was standing on the primarily by a knife wound in the

"lit Frank to The Daily News: ouly two days and yesterday: main track when the accident! occur domen and not by chloral. I

'uunuati }':FUUJi'1 he was engaged in hauling freight to red. Two bleeping ('a.o:; of the show blows were struck on her head I
Spa. Belgium.\ Sept.2t>.-MarK>
r!! citi/ens. I I Henriette qupen of the Belgians died the different floors of the building. The I train were completely! demolished and fore death, but the skull was not : I
'.. t-d the a cI'dllt'n > elevator be by pullingthe pinioLfd' beneath
depot here suddenly last night at 7:53 can operated many occupants were tured and there were no signs of

lined up all o'clock.eithel' her husband, members cable from above as >ifjl I as in- the wreckage. The uninjured! bral hemorrhage.A I

iced all along ihi of her family nor her majesty's side. It seems that Suber, "while on WeLt quickly to the relief and soon police dragnet has been

Salutes of 21 guns doctors were present at the time of ,, the eleventh floor let the elevator pass extricated the dead and wounded. The out for William Hooper Young, I

'\eral points on the her death. She was seated at a tar him going down and reached out and: freight engine was not damaged. The son of the great Mormon leader

,'i'-!dent entered UTe bla mating a light dinner, when she pulled at the cable. In some way engineer cannot be found, and it Is ham Young, who is suspected of
ue missed his footing and was caughtby presumed he fled. The caue of tho killing.He .
I. was; seized with an attack of syncope.
.;. are elaborate all tho top of the car and crushed, at wreck cannot be ascertained until the formerly worked for the ;
Dr. Guillaumt who, in the course of
the! Fall! Festival and had the same time being thrown on the freight engineer is found. ken Crusader and the police found
day, certain
,. \\ as pal to the iliai top of the elevator a>.. it started down. "'-- picture taken with a group of I.I
disquieting symptoms in the queen's
i M'" of march of theftornoon He did not fall through the shaft. ployes. This picture was shown
condition was summoned immediatey
.1 and even- When the elevator: rached the ground GOB PIPES the Hoboken liveryman, who at t
but her majestywas dead before
i flf portraits! of the he arrived. floor it stopped automatically. Suber picked: out Young as the m'an who

-'iajtd. The line was (conscious when taken from the SAWS a buggy from him on WeJn' '
Two members of her suite were CONTAINED
Pennsylvania star top of the car In the basement. His night.
with her during her last moments A1
\ b! ".las was a contin' right leg was broken in three places : The house in which the mu I'd '
soon as the news of the queen's death
';le for over a mil\ *. his right arm was broken and he was woman's clothing\ was found is a
became i known a large crowd gathered
i ,Sense that all coul.l! found to be internally injured. Special to The Daily News. tenement in a block containing

f nt. Lut they particiiiiiii. Quef oi.talde Marie the! Henriette palace. was a dal]?')- Saber was 2o:; years of age and la'tDecember Knoxville Tenn. Sept. 20.:-A' box, I stables but is within a stone's = ,
The president he married the daughter of I of of the mot splendid
: some
ter of the late Archduke Joseph of intended for Harvey Logan the alegeJ -
his silk John .... Smith who Is ejnploypd in houses in the vicinity of
stud swinging ment
Austiia She was born August :2T::!, Montana train robber in jvil
the building. lie came to I
Empire tral south
la:6.: and was married August 22. 1S53! : here was intercepted by the sheriff park
.1- made to give tho to Prince eopold of Belgium, son of Atlanta trom Stone mountain wherehe this morning. It was brought to the The murdered woman's
i i t morning: ride. A had worked on his father's farm says that he saw her last late on I E. J. Harrison, who claimed it
King Le oi>old I, and who ascended th->
..t. .it of mounted iwlii" throne at the death of his father .?s had reached him In the mails. The I day night, when she left their

,,: !>dgtwhile other ofilnc 1- Leopold II Dec 10. ISr.i5.: SILK MilL bo.i contained! tobacco and six cob ments for the purpose of !
!' on signal had tho some rolls and fruits. She did
pipes v.ith\ stems. Over the mouth
The Queen was notea for her piety I
t between tint lopes and charity of ', pipes were seals. return, and the theory now it

>' tit, carriages were full: FOR ATLANTASpecial *hese .ere broken by the sheriff, she met her murderer went with
i ii:u ie' k-, vttg: sornf of who found a steel saw 22 inches long i to his apartments and that then I I

to be filled and "catch WANT OF COAL in the bowl of each pipe. It Ie believed result of a quarrel he killed her.

to The Daily News they ww !\f'nt to Harrison, by some theory Is borne out by facts
.' -I I Police struck a lively! of fauns friends! elsewhere. Harri known concerning the woman'B
.' a::d\ kept it up so that the MAY CLOSE SCHOOL Atlanta Sept. I'D.-The culture anJmalul'ac.ture son was arrested and! jailed bi', stoutly I It has developed that this life
hotel in less than of silk in Georgia which fact not denied
i a. in his denies any complicity in the :attempt not a good one. a
alter leasing his car He was introduced the past spring near Logan Pulitzer himself. It is now
to secure Logan's release.:
: the Tallulah Falls: is to result in the establishment the murderer 1
:normal reception during Special to The Daily News bearded at Harrison's restaurant ably certain that
r, ith Senator Foraker Intro. in Atlanta of a big modern the woman's body in his rooms!
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'w'OI'k, Stit| 2"Wiiu! ;; 'only before he was arrested,
.' ', .-.tors. Other members M f plant to cost several hundred Wednesday night when he hired
enough coal l I..t tn finish out ;>
.. a'-! received friends their thousand: dollars. and
) at horse and buggy in I1ookE'n.
the I
Hr.iokljn schools ar-> ;.
threaten with an onf-imd icccssOnl.v The silk industry Is being infoduc.! WOMEN CRUSHEDTO turning to New York, drove to

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,.iv ,hg Columbus today was atM I hand for supplying 145 Imlldinss.: liv company capitalized at $25;
1:1.!! ", when\ the president the mast rigid economy this amountcan An application for a charterfor DEATHSpecial The keeper of the bridge

,; t" tin ;ifople. Crowds were b made to last one week. As the concern was filed yesterday which he must have driven to
." -' the rain at all suburban in the office of dork Arnold Rroyles,
has the canal. Paw a buggy answering
it been found impossible to get: a
. ,,' >ii 1 of the sUp+"rlor court. The right u:
supply of coal in this country for the description of that hired at the
T.II'-i.'i-t ,-tin.ito! asked to increase the capital stockto to The Daily News:
arrangements! e'1 l
winter months for the I'rt; //l1I 111(' in Iloboken, crossing the bridge
ave b,','n mad for the president and schools of Yonkeis th1 board of education nut more than $unt)00> and th! Asheville\ N. C., Sept. :2"!-A fatal tween 11 and 12 o'clock on W

: arty h<'re during the day. \t has .derided to import coal from company !proposes to expend this sum railway accident occurred on the Asheville night. He could only got a '

the !Iunf hron was attendedv Wales rather than lose the schoo'i in raising and manufacturing silk rn division of the Southern near of the driver, but he said that a

p iiiii'iiit; men. president Hi.s'fIO! asked for about 2.fItO tons Georgia.; mack :Mountain! in which an aged was tied on behind the vehicle

W FnuMs then presentednt thd of anrhra -!ite. the dealers! bemged a\ol\! The incorporators are Louis B. :Ma I woman was killed by an excursion Among the books found in :
a gold: badge the of and \\'. R.Sweet .
lama ? gid, county train.
all the latitude possible!' In Nil'''', room i In the Fifty-eighth street
tar festival directors.nt I It Not a Lid was recined.DUEL of Raliun county. The objectof Fireman: MtUlrath. who was on th? was the cover of a small I'

"fl n th responsive thanks the company Is to produce the raw engine at the time says that the woman dun on the front of which was

,win' '.It thin: of Mayor rt"J i.--c'i! material and to build plants in several \\walking on the railroad track ed in glided letters "Practical

'- "''r Mi-pen.-ion! of business different ciior.h of the state for I in' front of the engine.; He states erence." On the inside were a

,\ and everything! ; was givin"t'xtamment FOILEDAT Its manufacture The enterprise :.3 i. that she got off the track and then ber of notes headed Blood

of the presii HAVANASpecial barked by eastern capital\ just as the engine; was near her started ment"and followed by Biblical

!I'! i itv was full of excursion to cross the track. Sne was instantly cures i including! ah excerpt from
n1h:! the weather was verva killed.
-- book of Corinthians reading: ,
WEEKLY STATEMENTOF She was about TO years of age and "To deliver stK-h aq one unto
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lived near Black Mountain!
for the destruction of the flesh, I
ILLNESS OFLORD New York. Sept.::; 2o,-Senor Jerez, THE BANKSSpecial the spirit may be saved in the

chief of the detective: bureau, has" of the Lord Jt'IIII"

foiled a carefully laid plan for a duel CRUISER DESMOINES It develops that when Young's \

SALISBURY !between Dr, Llerena and Dr. Alfonso, er sailed for France on July 1, \ I
to The Daily News: 1
numbers of
citycouncil, cables
the sons went hack to T'tah.
the Havana correspondent of The Trl- New York, Sept. :!').-The statementof LAUNCHED did not make his! home with his ,1

I., The Daily News. hutThe challenge to the duel was the associated, banks for the week er but he roomed In the vicinity.\

% the outcome of a statement made by ending today is as follow Loans cently he called/ upon the
i n >ej"r ::'ii -L rd Sal!:!* Llert-no .
in the council. The latter $SST.;;34,4ou i. decrease $11.91 iano(" deposits Special taThe News. dent of the building and demanded
-:- is cot trivial at his ase.
man was called to the detective bureau $3Se.S710n4, decrease $19.698- 'JTuis- keys, which were given to him.
L < medical attendants seIt last evening He Quincy. Mass, Sept. 20.-The !
promised not
20i( : circulation $34.7S1.3"0, increase The apartment originally! ('
and to prevent anxiety, to light but both being closely er Des Moines was launched from
$493.&i'0; legal tenders! $70.5tS.oOti; de of three suites. These were
I' London correspondent o. watched the yards of the Fore River Ship and
., t'rea.s$1.51i311J11; specie J13nii07.2ftO: : into one for the use of the family
'miHe looked old ant i Engine company shortly after noon
decrease $3 7SU'0; total reserve i upon their going abroad one of
"n he left London and his.tatc today. Hundreds of people saw the
MANY CHARTERS 5220.375.TiMi.; decease $7.331.700; reserve was cut off and was turned over,
been commenting; on his ship plunge into the water. Miss Elsie
required $222.217.7tii: : decrease I free to four missionaries who
or 12: months past. Thef Macomber, of Des Moines with
$4,974.578.: deficit in reserve $1,642,030, I proselyting!" in New York. They !
> his family! persisted de Governor Cummings of Iowa and
:: : been there since
decrease $2.237.123. living ever
'kar his official responsibility Major Br>nton, of Des Moines stani

MP and that he would foe -- Dysentery ing by her side smashed the traditional -I were asleep when the supposed
A Certain Cure and der was committed. Their l
of bottle of champagne against the
stimulus after his retiree Special to The Dally News.
Clarence ;
Diarrhoea. steel prow of the cruiser. are Snow Lawrence Ta
Raleigh.! Sept 2
ths! month! is notably: large Today party that intended making a long Missionary Snow said: r

JEWELER IN HIS charters were issued the Smith Fur bicycle trip," says F. L. Taylor, of NOMINATEDFOR "'\1l :'n the elder Mr. Young

niture company. of High Point, with New Albany, Bradford county. Pa Europe he left four of us here
$;iO. (lO capital and the Twin-Edwards free. Soon afterwards Hooper ; I
with diarr-
NEW STAND "I was taken suddenly
Copper Mining! company, of Greensboro CONGRESSSpecial manded the keys. We lived in I
hoea, and was about to give up the
capital. I No. 4 which !
with UiO,000 was entirely
trip, when Editor Ward, of the
from us and we saw little of
'VI- moved my jewelry store tes Nut Doomed For Life. Lacey ville J/csen ersuggested thatI Sometimes we heard him come in 1
''Uth Palafox, formerly occur for three take a dose! of Chamberlain's Colic, to The Daily News: i
"I was treated years by some times'e did not.
,.> Ha;] & Co., and am now good doctors," writes W. A. Greer, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I New Orfeans,' La". Sept:20.- Genet* "Tuesday night Porter and

!' prepared' than ever to give McConnellsville, 0., for Piles and purchased a bottle and took two al Adolph Meyer, Democrat, was nominated were home all the evening.! t
ur aics in diamonds watches Fistula, but, when all failed Buckten's before and 11 o'clock [
doses, one starting one on for congressman In the first and I came in about
Arnica Salve cured me in two
,:y, etc. Call and see me and weeks." Cures Burns, Bruises, Cuts, the route. I made the trip success district today. Congressman Davey all of use went to bedI do I

onvince you.J. Corns,Sores, Eruptions, Salt Rheum, fully and never felt any ill.effect. will be nominated tonight in the second think any of us heard Hooper

I. STEPHENSchman's Piles or no pay. 25c at W. A. D'Al- Again last summer I was almost district, there being no opposi in that night, and we certainly
------ disturbance in his part of the
emberte's drug store.CA.STOn.IA.. completely run down with an attackof tion. no :
Compressed Yeast, Detectives have traced :
I bought a bottle of !
. daily and on ice, at the West i iJa .. dysentery. at almost cost for theIULUILUPV Brooklyn where he went on
Steam Bakery. Tie Kind tan Hats this same remedy and this time one p z
&ut tlszls Boog1j next 60 days to make morning to bid a friend goodby.

itylaama from the Northern Wood 3' :!, thoa ; dose cured me." Bold by all druggists room for new stock. this friend he said he was ( n

"*-11*'i w-E,:,am,ue certain care lot ooa&a. ..,. 4ECkf a6 and medicine dealers. 0. M. Pryor. toe RockTSlouatins: A..t.f11U> ; t 1
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'. HE phenomenal growth and attending success of THE FORBES' STORE is not due to chance conditions ; it's simply the reward 1.1

of RELIABLE MERCHANDISE and MODERN METHODS. Living strictly up to Four Great Principles: HONEST ADVER .

: 'r'TISINa, DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE, FAIR PRICES and COURTEOUS TREATMENT, it's made this store the shopping mecca ot

fr''. ;: \ \ Pensacola. We can present no stronger or better reason for your past and future patronage. We offer the following at '
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t c!! I Sole Agents for theCelebrated Ranges, Hardware. i iiI :

+, I 9 Ultra Shoe See FORBES about these items before .
_. y t G >M you place your orders. s t .

', ;! for Women, $3.50
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Excelsior for Men '
: : i $3 50. 0. K. King, 0. K. Queen and 0. K. Crown
a a Heywood for Boys and Young Men, ..
.and the...
A !lirfFI$ 4.. ..: $2.00, $.(.). 25, $2 50, $3.00.Allen's I(il:

/ Fine Shops for Children, 75c to $3 : FAMOUS JEWEL RANGES.We I

> # Krippendorf, Dittman Co. for Ladies an-i buy in car-loads lots; this means a
r 'r l Misses, from $2.00 to $3 50. saving in which you share. ,:

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{ I only exclusive Department in lest Florida, where we are showing all the new floor

-'A. ;} THE Tapestries and Lace Curtains. The prices are the Lowest in the history of Pensa- ,

S n Ii ;- c_ la See us for Rugs, Carpets and ttings; it will be to your interest I ** .* ** * -_ _ 11;
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Nasal II The Glamour of Love r I .1
: ---- h..r liU Tour of the World. I ,

! I [Origlnt.1 BO'BEERS ",\ h'u Gn.nt tPlI"tlllt tLc Vice.Presldent of the Palmetto Club Memphis. Tenn.

; : I lu.-t Crii-tilH'l it the seashore. Sl rainier llon&c in ('liietgt. im Liv ntuiu i -- -_- -

1' I. va.the'i! eiHhit-en .' tan old :,u.j I was fn.iu Ins: tuin ot tlif unriil," saul! iiINEOI'CAIIDUI following praise on \VineIs thit'l Iva nitrodueed her'' a u.Jli.ho vas' thoit j.t tiniiine.. .t'i I a thoroughly
1 T .\ -tOUr. > to [vv of Cardui:
it I the'I'lIiu;: I cached the i Man I 1 stpvr.irdvi" .ill apt s.liin'tifd om 11'... i v_ I scientific and modern S

. _____tr,!, H the k.tdl'lI11'! as though 11 'sl.ti'iu ing the needs of the modern medicines placed More suffering -
.nity to to to tht' 1 eah by I Pure Healthful Snappy. 1Fully
Into the nostrils
i" I) :i. d is t'ir.wl r.c .cfmm- ( nstolel 1 had a pair of .) Matured. '
eyes 1
trouMi' iaMtuoiuh .
in rrto ,
1 : ; M> you ut' -without the torture of an none can touch McElrec's
:. -1 .nut U I* not Iryin.'- with.hiih she looked
at me in :way ,'- aeliug u great (a\or. 'L n operation. Wine of Cardui .
of Cardui. It
CO. U'ice
:. Large S.ze,50 cents at Dru TUB AMERICAN BREWING i towers
. that t-howed hh- was ureatly PIaet1 I it. Louis Mo.JIIKVVIIKJJI. unity I ha! vta little turutil 1e..r and has cured them in the privacy .
triJ *:/<. 10 ctnts by mail. above them all as a reliablefemale
. with me In the s-oft cal-l-im-1! : of their homes and it .
moonlight it
iu.!**.*, \V irren fctreit. New York. I .. .. remedy. It Imply I
struik 111
Thr-te was! a tippl.of i-hat from :-UI.U :. 'l.1: I; 'liiit s-ii't] I st-iul It out to you hearts of American women -... drives pain and disuse away
'n rnl.le and HUlory. in ti! and restores health in an incredibly short thoxf aU.ut I.mi. ,; n-vriV that no other medicine: has found. In
us, a |ila: . 1 .ila"' I Hie roill I'll IIt'lI' breakers: on the beach a slender girl !' tl..tJt..IIIOIwn to tile UMC; |,. It was the 'No.' lit jin.sHul; 'I'll.t it rUIit their gratitude over 10.000 American period. I have taken great interest !io this

. \.> i I ."i\ l.t IIiIflt droVe thither U-side me and was Mii.reiu.'ly happy.Tin ; li.-itliii I ;:'' l.oiir. apil u a h-.n-dred ixoplewere IK f'. a.u'l! lit UKit t'.otxn.' women have written letters commendmedicine for the past two yean, since it

t% > :1':11! l.rtthn'lI.1ll'at next day we all liztthetl. and nat in tli.- water. l'nscntl.\ a Ion::, "So a i>IaiH' ou tie! roivh Uurd tiiliJi1.1 1wlau ing Wine of Cardui. Wine of Cardui brought health and strength to me. I

It .1 I'.r: |l.n'I"lIs M-aletl tIIIIS into urally I exerted i'rMulifl to uiIhl'I'.I thin. Ioiy looUiai: girt with spindle '.. :1,.- conk U.d IriH-u tiMiii: ; the meets their wants as no other medicine have also recommended: it to a number

' :-'S ainl Jars s.nks emeruil and 1114-Lit. \ta.s elearttL and Jraut dn"v does. It sustains the girl at tie
came walking: uy 115. young
;.. Ti of my a"i.taUl" She s4ood on of my friends and they who have used it
1"1..1. lny acres byi'i
i > I the Kind towr.rd me. :l ..:111<.1 nnil M-t to, ultil the \\i> hi shock of her entrance to womanhood.
the beach a moment before j.oiig into of it in the terms and I ful
I iH-anletl prain speak highest
J : : !i i-i! : "Tl ere hi n woman," I remarked to ;,t.t I1W.I)' wit(Ii that c-uiiu-d U-vl aiitl Women who take Wine of Cardui have
' ,',. imi'i !' ker- I the water and, though 'l Lie had on a that it is well bestowed.
. : jiarvu nutkn. When la- huilthuijslit'ti. little discomfort and prais
huag during
mjstlf. "w lot sluiu'd nexer show, liorsdf 4u wu" a pregnancy
. .. I bediming bathing Mill. site did not look: I
} v ""ItI..I'"S exploreri in t':1t'h'! lothts. She looks likea : Ill' lai'l tl\Ml lllkllllc tnil little pain at childbirth. When the If you are suffering from female
I 1'alllit'.1 i
:j) .1 'i:'.x ',. baud. l otb it Jis as the evening beloie.Her drowreil grasshui]'lt.r." fill k with a funny sIh of vitiofactumP'lt change of life appears they enter a I weaknessVine of CaiJui u the medicine
1igU1''a" .si.mewhat angular, and
.: % la''v-o141 IX'l: >tiaiil ; The fill came on and when within tea !imiiii ou the s-tt-wiu-il ...huul.It.1'awl happy,healthy ol f age. Every month it you need.

;.J ;,nt friend the sun I htr c-onipk-xiui ia the ".ullihtHIS nut I few of threw her hands k.-i'd.! comes to the rescue to asibt Nature in You can have health! the same as
:t .1 I l'hllronl1-o( Ajiia what it had I Urn in the iuio '!4ligIIt. n yards cc up .. ; Mi's Finley if you will take the Wine
the from the
'Yoil.ij I ilou't throwing impurities body.
and 'x'I.I 1Il1'1I man. MIJ'IKIMjmi
. I.b. Il4 pCs Crts John (.'al'lwell. a man of torty, stepiiedni ; I cf Cardui treatment. If you need advice .
.t "Well upon ray word! Where dli: rare fi:r that at all. l.ut if ><.u l.'l h..i J.fts3ara.h: Finley, of Memphis, further than the complete direc-
., > to her. and a> .she lookeil ;.t him I :
and j
i i'! sr< .it sphinx saw the t-aute s.itisf.ietlon in her eyes you "prinir froiaV" to vot what I 11:1I'm' thiIMI I.'a Tenn., vice-president of the Palmetto tions given on the bottle, address TheLadm

: 1I1.iuJ: to hail the Hili- i Aloud I ri'thod! : "DUishted to meet months it uouUI! taste like a ilinin I'.' Club of that city speaks for herself and Advisory Department. Chattanooga -
I liad li'.ticrd in He
i'' 'utpeak aloud so inown case. I.I th' ,!>. It tales hoincx. friends when she bestows the Med. Co. Chattanooga Tenn.
. piMher his hand and liny were soon I .'(i1I.:111. ill. Il'tw." ;ell you are lookinc' II III KO many :
! '. II rehenil, how our I Inwardly. I t'\: I1llif'l: "iTn-at bear- 'Tiie: t'\ ].ri'sitlelit hi'l ili'icdiln I I : ____r-L__ -_- __ __ ._
nuirily I'i"illl; a lit I falling! wilb the
I i sIinttIVhnt! a enl: I.s this <'ris ol.ilV" "I'JI.IJIIJ I I'Utll the '111..t'lUII\\ II. I hill j A million suffering

-'''t\ must bet wrou.'it. WI\'s. I had a very ,Kv' time. llxtry 1 \\V met i ib tie I'-enina 01 the (li7.:1.1 th. t t';.*- ami .'.,riui-.l I,, 'f douul I I 1 WINE of ARM La\e found relief women ia
minute I watchiim m 'Il'lollt'l.
was [
I I. II;: moderns might ; She bad put on her linc-t dress and ,. I.! .-> rcniiiuleil him of the tune nluMiIt I Wine of Cirdni.ot .
: ll.. _kiiimn___ n. I.i'l. .. "iirnli.i. t -_- _- ---- .
the iihiz&i 1 s-ulkj.! she 110111.,111
her tii'xt winning smile. Alas, her I I! ha'pierheu| i'eii> in st
J it and a"ked me \\"hat1':1" the matter i \Vrltt \\'hll..
-heek was bony and her complexion, I Li mis cii! but 'ithllut"idtill for : ; The! 1 dm!K will! like the !tciiiu ui.i
Iirl KHort.iiiit \\ ;': a 1'1'1.lyt111,1 A--nt i'im
wood heinto
: that of a nuadroon: Her \'oiciwhich ( [" to linn :anil u I hoicl.t the
> fouml liimcelf the for the U'aih. a >hoit di-tiiiice trum i. ,11." h"lIst' m.iil.'iu. 1\ ..ta ytut' it. Theie FOR STEAM DIVISION
tuti'te'I town to "
! three before had sounded souieliibnu.s
. : .to of nt'\\" fiicinl.i in a the hotel ot cours.I followed her, jears is u to me, was harsh. Perhaps KLKOTUli TLItM1Aj,
, here was a very tall and it was not Ion:; l'foie I showed I I 'j"*<'iul Inilufmetit.. tt. I every rm'ii

I "i ut. \\-bo, evidently tin >..- her that I ajl'aillus 'of Jol.u Cald-I there was still some magnetism in theoyes. "\''hut are your rnttV'1011'1'1111'-1 )1:; alllo; I U"I 'tiin't wmth HAlLWAY COMPANY. "
but lI.,' other features were su
, 'j shine as a wit. nimiij well. I l>r '-iMxtheKtini of the ) while. CIt.lhpl''l'ws a\\n,{ ttrdrolies! Trains leave retm coU for the LlltU j

ll to rai<:e u laugh; ut ":\Tr. ('a1d\\ ell': sIn' .. el.tIuuvd.'i.Vliy.. i faulty that thise alone did not IlIIt'eIUt' tt-hltr. are lH..1 enoiiuh in their way, I supIHISV. Hayo. Big Layou, arrlogtoo. ruavy Yard
Kmlly: sinw.ib but little altered.It and ton Karrancas atWa.m.arrlveathortKarrancai
"; '.'s expense. On Iwiiv l.o's old enough to IK iuy father." "I can't nffonl to till yOU nnythin but iitttr nil what is a house

r" Lord llolicrts the wit This i-ouifnittd', though 1 reniem- was I whoiw: through other; oyts. hut di" i!-ttr for.41: ceuits." rcjilii'tl the without closets-iostou: Transcript.USE1 :: Tl5a.a
"Youitunnuinir toward me is _ _ 10:00 a. m.arrive at Fort Karrancai 10.40
:' inMiixiujrly to his lord- iK-rt'tl that I wa but six jears ;joun;:er ihamed," she said, with a I'ont.I lady, "lint for >'l I'll u:':ree to tell jou 1:ou p.m. arrive at Fort Karranoai 1: Apm a.m

I' "' : than: Cu Id well. CiUtoUl and I sat in a pHxl foi'tune with no bail liuk in it." )) FOK PNIJl'MOMA.: a5op. m. arrive at Vort Karraocaa 4ISprn
. "A frill can't 1'\|IIt'l't to hold all her 8:16 p.m. arrive at *ort Karrancai
hejiiil f l ut" the u.iMinlicht, till U o'dii<'k, and, I j Ohio Main ..luuniiilTENCEXTS I. Too DBI ':
M" ( ;jou. > lovers till the time," I replied."What Dr. J. Bishop of Agnew, Mich., '8:00 p, m. arrive aL Kort Barrancai 8sAp.m
'\I-N with one hard! as thoush; it was but the second day of I says : "I have ued Foley's: Honey Trains leave Fort Uarranoai Fensa.-
that she
do mean by
you cola at7liam.
: r n mis ;;'1'J1"l'ul, ln-iiis su our acquaintance" I was making; love WILL BUY trial: size of and Tar in three very evere cases of
asked coldly."After I
, d! !I.. MHMI only with dithi to lur. She was very ('iuy to make ; left us John Caldwdl and Ely's Cream Balm ; enough to convince pneumonia with good results in every : arrive at P"osacol. ...... 8ooa. a
I I \ ,. I.\"t'r wen juu." hose to. Indeetl she si-ennil to draw it von that it Is the greatest of case. Refuse; substitutes.V.. A. 1loop.m.arrlveatPe08acola.U:66p,1IIJ'Alemberte
you .
:2:00 m arrive at Fensaoola.
I compared! 1- p. 1t6p.m
., I I. "pnl i I Uotictts: I'romptly! rei out (.f me irrespecme uiy ownoli. I remedies for nasal catarrh or cold in )1 H. Palafox. 6:00 p m arrive at Pensacola '. 6i5 p B

tinii. I'.efore we parted I had beentrausi'Med She gave me a look to observe whetht- the head. Full size r(0 cent All -----_ _ Too p. m. arrive at Peu.&oola._. Tt6 II.
J T there \\-is any of her old i'owcr with '8:8p.: m. arrive at PenB oola_ 1:1011 .
... "n' seen you 1>11', but I to heaven by a ki;>s.Hearinj dru;?!?'i;;t;:. We mail it. Medical !Society Attention. 'Maturc1ay. only "

' ,nil I of yi'II." ;,' tl.e music at the hotel, sheproiMised me left, thru Made an excuse to leaeme. iiELY; BROS., 5i Warren Street, There will be a regular meetng ot
, I departed early the next niorn- :New York. FAB FOB WEEK DUB
-- to ;:01 back: and have a dance. the Pensacola. Medical Kociety attie
lug wi bout seeing: her.AIICHIBALU. l3; Second Street. Albany. N. Y. PeflO3iitOFOrtErFincasandreturn <6* r
, Hi .iin<'-- ( amiot txj (\lrt'(1 We waltzed I once mid separated. Not STEARNS.Avoil Mers.. EJ.HlthS.1 suffered i Board of Health. offce at ? Peniecola to Navy Yard and return_ IMPensicola

. j'1 luMtioii--> they canui t lieliifr in a uiiMKl to enjoy the society ..r i, greatly with catarrh and tried differ- I' )'clock pm Tuesday. Kept. 23.: to Palmetto Beach and return tic

i of any one Ise. I sat on the piazza stiiik- cut remedies without effect. After Visiting; physicians are cordially SUNDAY' ICHCDDDf. /
-t t I-I- portion ;;sprimi- re-ultof Jjidr.f-y or lurked attend.
ill;: and thinkhiy; of my new found bl'idd-r diadier permits the running 0
i i i i -illy flue way; tn cure by : I'ldey' DR. W. C. DEW J-RY, couches.fensaaola.
love. Then I went down to the plate I KidneyI'urV A. D'AIeniberte found relief and I cannot praise open
I t that cotMituii I President. L"av Lv Fore Kamotti10a.m.
is by -
: ; i
such remedv.
too hiarhly a
where we hud I been sit I jug.; It was IM l.'l S. I'attritx.coISTIPAfIUN. OR. L. DEM. LIt'KF.R, 9a.m. .
i Dfufne-si i* catiedt Miss CORA WILLARD.
.. chIlled I by another couile. I was tinn!! H25ttf UI. m. II at
" .1 j condition of thfinuM1 -, Ins! away when I reco-rnized .tulin : Sept. 27, hIlIl.lIt.gos! I. I Secretary. I p. m.
" !I... Kttstachijii Tube. 2 p. m 5p.m.Ip.m .
3 CaMwell'souv.) followed by ( 1'.1" p.m.
. ", .''J i-intlaineil I or imperfect"nnlIl\'e lisa r- lielVlaujrh.Tii i ? self 4ei.r-cIatIon. I I If you wish the very best 6p.m.ep.p. m. 6 p p.m.ns,

, ',, 'i- entirely !. rest! nioruim; when we nil >:tirted "id"I' lIb;..o Lad a \uvxaltetl ol'ln1 1 I ice t the m. Ln. ,
creanfieezer II
: 'I. : i .'..ult. ami I utiIrn *-s1 -
1 .1 ',' : .' ean be taken out; IH I. but she made no scruple (If joiiniume : movement"I have none..( 14 the day.liunrl at .a not time belui without! able tu on hum once and found him lowest price, the Willis lard to and retarnfeoiaooia )barranoai____Nn__, lit

'" "-tortd to it,. normal and :':1I.d: iiaturetllv I bai.ttred. on move tliHiu virept tr tiling but nmer InjectionsChruuieconstipation I walking; in UN garden, ul'l'lI'I.nll,1 Hardware Co. can please to falumto juah aad

: mug will be itftroyei! U'l'isr what she called "so cross" I'.ytit. : fumeten that feat time placeii I dM mo ev-Inmis | thinking deeply.! The xisitor a.Ud tIlt PI'taru._______ I" -
ciuiiinluii. oIUrllJ1l
: > c.i-e-. out of t'n Ire .- lii-ie we were ready to ;ro into the, i erytbli.iilhei.rili,f butufver louuilin)' relief such :, great: Trench IKK! what Le was lucdi- you.; No freight elved after 8:15 ". m.
',\ < itarrh which N iintLinp I' uslliil CAf-CAUBlS I : !
until 1
: : ViJ-lli "
nan mrs tatinupon.. 1 was wondi-rin re-
I water sIts' I had: succi-vdi-d) in I lirinwinuher : .
du anti If I '- -
a J
1 ", M t mied condition of the I 0..1.",w.. .IU.... .. ,.....4 I.1111............ .........1. I. .,., _-_.-;.d..01'" .. ,I was now rCfl Imvr I fron.", ., J nr'kite Miree HHIWfiT_assutte each ireueut.; II. 1'lad tlie .'""t, "what I should bay to
, in liftl'iiu. Time Weie. vpi.-nl.i! lb .neb a relief AMMIi.l HIM the Cieaior when I meet him. (':111
, ',\ il :MVC One Hundred Dollars 1'ita Russet M DtiruH :Ulcb.
i .I-.f Deafnest (caued by liroad h.jI1'.vs rol'in! :.: in ..\'.'r a aeitlvinclined 1 I >'m huaJllIf''hat, I wouM FajV" "
tat> cannot be cureu byt lunch be tore breaking aim I' CANDY :iuusn p.'

: t 'itarib Cure. Send for (cir- the e\hiluition was ileliUiltul. < '11- "you wouldoa% ')ly dear confrere.' IN EFFECT DM'EMIiFR 1. luau .

''<..". totii-1 was a> e\cite as a child. ":She! ; fce.Utle:: I'tl.t I :\"UI'III'I'r.. New Orleans and Mobile.

J C11 KS KY & Co., Toledo O. is a child.?' I said. "How stunid "I m' I _. --- -- -- -- ---- --

I by 1)ru.git3.; jijc. not to ;give her tie! lt'\\':ty ,..i'a iuld'! | ';o.n. :\(L4. So.2. i No K. No.1. 14o5.
7:15 a lll: m 11:0 p Leave.. P..neacola ....Arrlve \ f..1IO a 11' p 1:00 p
-- And yet how delicious to btlovid 'n. I TADI MiMI' C60IYTID sru.lis 2lp i 1:111 a L..ave. l'loniaton u. Leave 2I.'i a I 2:10 p 75p:

llnlluiiil. one mi innocent !" : ii:()) a 4:2-2: p : 2r'i B Leave ... Mobile heave 1C'n't: 12.10: 6:00 p
---s:2.p I 7:1111" LPB\'t' New' "rlans I..a..e ':mp 7: JiaNOl .._
: ___ _
!. known liS North and South If there i.s nnj' t'mc' when it is i\n\\ '-* ::= -- -
ThIs signature in on every box of the e<"nmcLaxative h.--
of th> northernetherlawK. NiMe for woman to Inok nttr:1I'tiit '
I "I'III pait a .
Pelunt. Palatable ..t..nt. Ta to Oood Po Bromo.Quinine Tablets
I' ,,' :\ Those provi'pi is when she is leaxins the water. And Good hever "Icken Weaken or bripe lUc '.c,5Cc

,!I ''.ed of i laud resetted yet as I watchid Cristobtl p>ins: to ti! .' ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... the reuedy that carts a cold In one dar: No. 2. So. I. I So. I No. I.
.. ,
I ltOt pm 12:1'1 p m L.-avM I'pn-aeola .Arrlve 11111 p m 11:01) a III
'' inl I .!defended.\' iinimiiM! U-ithhoiise It seemed In me she bail the iMrllui Bmtd lompur, III...<>. Builml, b. lork. ta --- --- -- --- -- -- 1Il'iam 1\:5ipm -\rrlvP.\tontoomt'ryl.t'ave: UIJiam misa pm

I II I ", ,ril I w.i,. ii'hiiliitod by the figure of a sprite.) I j 11 :511 am 9l'Ipm( I Arruvt... Rn nilugham ...Ls-ve btam: 4:05pm:
The Beer ..... .. .
7:05 pin :1:10 a In ArrIveoshvuiie Leave u ... .. ...
ii.! luiif of I :t' -ar. who utatlvt'i When Cristoltel! 1.ft u". she was not :l:tO a m Mli: a m Arrlv".u Louisville .... L..ave1:15 p m 2a... amI

\I : ':, tin in. It Int.inic part ('!italg; (.tI tn me or to John! Caldwell, j jthmiuh I 7'Oam 11:6111m I Arrive ...l'loclnnaUu..Lpav8 1III'pm' 1I:15pm

I' .1.I.i"llIlUlafh't'\\tI'.ltlfthl'l : in coiiiparini:: notes; afterwird :j jwe GRAND EXCURSION That :Made@J I _7tSifl:! : P in _Arrivt. Mt.oIJ: -__'p: :. _4:1tp m_ wtitpm

l._"in ..I! .\u-ii-i.i. 1'roin the tenth di
.. I: I'li-nth rrlilurx it \\ as piMIIIS \- I Ioulh.h" went iliroid and !sttjid |! -- No.2l-Iistiy No S-naI11 06top where limp not libowo I Iio, 2-lJaily So. P2-Daily

J I 1.\ under the Cerniaii: emI thr <> 'ill'S.111'n she rl.tul'l'1. I I II lima} l rAM U : J
away .. l'ensacola ......
7- Leave .Arrlv" 1050
I LAST OF THE SEASON TO MOBILE U:55 pm : a Dl pm 8:80 pm.
I In'.iiul! WI II at one tune nIt : I heard i of her at the seashore and c''u u- I 12:15 nIght 7'1:1": .... Iob..mla: u.._.. .. 111:87 11:0'1 "

I "'1'ul.lii, '. was eri'iitfd nn eluded from curiosity to tun:!! I 12: 1O" 7.1>1" .. u" YOIt'stra ........ 10X8 ,,1\:01"
largely ...... ... '
12t" T:14 1If7"I
IMH;. and Louis lionaivirte.N.ii'uleou down antIIII'1.t her. -I 15-; I I 12:3 7:25 II ... ..... ZtI utst .......- .. 10:111 r':4.5 '

,, III., was detlareil'W the (' r.ltu-tlI1t" ' IVrliaps ..
l:5tJ" 7:5-S .-.....-. (i"lt CIty ..-..- 10:1:1: 6: '7 s,
which I mot her this second time wen- ..c.. i.6)t( VIC'ORIAfAnE 12:&4 ,. 7;:111" ........... -ltlton ... .- 1010 6:20 i

unfa\orable.\ At rate. I was \1.\.1. 1:1I(! am. ... It II ...... Uood Range ..._ It _... I .:f.06
I any I _... ,, \ 1:5... .. H.t5" .. ........... I/Olt8 .... .-. ,. 1:30. 86I
".- I IMitoiV: If'k I ,t the hanue in lur.Wa ? "' .:. :L ..
.rssy 1'1..iilll )nial. tIIut'h:111: : I 'fl' !1J 2 2:1() !H'ltJ" ......- 11l1111i\0 ..-.- II: !'O 4:11 "
Hid lI01t the : ". II II .uCrt-stnew. .. ._ 11:111 II '
!''I it in her .rill PieV : 1 msr IO-CKXT itoin.K KKVMIN 2m; Miei -- 10
I 1' :I.vurl) editor tln> I ..
Mulip Ur4'1, ; 81"' 'IM" ......II per Land '_'" :55 1I'u: H
\ J.. \Dulv; Po-t, writ* : "I ul.iinnur: I'n worn away? Nut finding;: .. .;-t"- -_ TOWN.D&NNHEISSER. 8:13": 9:13( ...... MO;, 1 head._ 8tI: 11:111 '

.-d kind-* of medicines: her in t'.ie'! Jii'tel on JulY : mill. I 1 0.1" 1I\: ..Del-'unlaJrHprIDiL R:1S" I:."
many ..
Ieavetinlon I BROS 4lt 11:41 _.. ...... Argyle ...._ I' 786" 2:51sa'
I:: and cold- in my family depot Monday, <) 11:1\1 .. Ponce! dOl L"oo.._. 7:211" I 1:18

\.1' anything !'o irood us )Fo- Foley's Honey and Tanpeculiar Hppt.2!>, at 11 ::;0 i a. in. sharp. Fare I II I AOEXTS FOR THE CELEBRATEDI 6:110 II 10:10 ,_ .. .Weslville ....._ 7:17" I _.06 II
/H 1"11"and Tar. I caiu.ot: sy: 111)1\ 11':1: .. .-... Caryvllie '-'- U 7:1:1": 10811 "
ly ad.iptni for chronic throat trouble -I for round trip, to )Mobile SI CO ; to I I W. Harper ftisiey. 6:1S" IIO .. _...._.Ionlfay......_ 8r. II I 1:27"
R i in prai-e of it. W. A. l and will positively cure bronchit- :' Orleans 8w 10:17 .. ..._.. ... Chlpley_. 87 II 11..
'...I..rtt121 S. l'altfo>x.O.A.BTOn.X.A.. n, all bronchial diseases. 'I New $4 ; from Cantonment i Main Home-401: H. Palafox streesIt. 1I8J" 11:117 .". _. ....CottouQale.._ 8tll" 12; noon
and Century ?ame as Pensacola. 710" 1l5: .........Marlal1na ...._ It 111') 'I ,,12:16 It7M" '
I : Refuse ubtituteW.. A'I I R. Ezchange-Opp. Union DepotP. : 1l:8 .. ..... _. ('ypre- ...-..._ II 6:5i I 11:45 a DI
Alembcrte.. 121 S. Palafox.PEOFESSIOUAL : Returning; leave New Orlean* I O. Box 2bl. Peu'!acola Fla. 7:8J" IlJi. ......6ranl\ Rldge_ It 11112" I llj ..
II )'I"e Ue! Kud Yj hate Ai"ays 3n'Ji. Wednesday at ll:50: and I 7j!! to 12:"... noon h ..... .... I'\Dt'ad. ... ..._ It Ii:2L: II : 111:50 a
morning Phone 116-2E8.:: 8:1\:\ 1tII"rrlv8Jtlvll": 1ncUoa ..Ll'ave :IIJ" 10: 1) ,.
: '- # I Mobile Wednesday afternoon atl
CARDS. ...
; 11I'd' I .. __ ___________ _.. o'clock. Coffee and refreshmentswill -- --- ------ --- -- - --- -- ----- .
t be served f fDWE
mi train going I
i W. C. ROWE M. D.
.1JI"' ton $ Quinct have and returning. I'urchailickEt3 at : WILL'l

II ticket cilice. For further information Ii
Office: 17-i S. Patafnx.H F
1JIt' nice Dressers and ROHERT Kixo
rerij apply to orPKTERTlIOMAS
our?from to \I:.!> a. m. and 1 to S p. m ;
the thing to go with IPliono OJj. Itat

n [;ed.f(. I LAW DEPARTMENT i and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of J ,

f --Fall Goods : r
>- -
IV will launder your spreads tort -OF-

each and make them look I

w. tar Laundry. John B. Stetson University 28: doz Men's: Laundried: Shirts, 68 pair Ladie Spring Heel Hhopa, Get your boys ready for school. i I.Z7 I.

regular $1, to close at 75c. regular $1 goods, to close quick at hOc We carry a full line of Boys Hulta.
X:>o Land, 1cricIzi. I
pair. 68 Suits
''' doz Men's Colored Laundried Boys' regular prICe.. $1.00,

f" JOHN IFOKDES.. Ph. I)., l'rei.ilent.LBF1tT J. PAllllAH, LU R, neal I Iran shirts, regular 7oc, to close I at (-),-Jr. 68 pair Ladies' Low Cut Slippers, to clone at 75c suit.
'V ol"'uI't"
Boys' 0 regular price
Term Commence* Weilnevlay, October 1 1OU.: reguIarL2goods: : to close: at $1.05pair. f"I
ii If You HaveRheumatism ii I &7 doz Men's Colored Laundried $L5OandI.75.tocloe at $1.15 suit. ; .
TWO YEARS t'Ol'RSfTb Law 1)epartnientofJobn n. Stetson UnlvenltYllvel I Ia Shirts, regular 50c goods, to close at 120 Boys' All-Wool Suits regular
atwo-ypftis course, IfRdmg to the dgrtiof I.U B. I 35c these should in 24 63 Men's Low Shoe $2.00 to $3.00 to close
Ii i 1Il:6IUr11111':0: \ To TH E BAK-The diploma ot the Law Department ot John B I ; goods go pair Cut rejr- price at $I.W
Stetson fntversity admits to tbe Bar.hUKTHEK I hours. ular $1.50 goods, to close at $1.20 and $2 00 suit.

iN 1NHJKMATIOS: the Law Announcement of lst-3,and all other desired 20 doz Men's Free ch Neck Balbrigan ?. pair. We carry the largest line of Boys'
the Law Itepartment,address
Information regarding ALBERT J. FAKRAH, Dean of Law Department, I I Undershirts at 20c regular 25c We carry the largest line of Boys'city.Pants carried by any house In the )

i -- De Land Fla. jjoods. Shoes of any house in Pensacola. Ail of our Ladles' and

30 doz Men's French :Neck Balbriggan Bring your toys! to us, we can fit Misses'I I
drop-stitched 25c. hose to close at
URIGSOL .ndone.1 the great tested California ud Tulane University of Louisiana. Undershirts, at SOc, regular 45c, them in any size. 20c. pair. ,

Remedy will cure sold by others at 50c.'e have just received a foil line 100 doz Misses' full seamless hose,

a" ,>J. .T ll d aUo easea cures, caused Liver. Kidney and of ?Jot r1ofti. AU our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts. We will to close at 60c doz, or 4 pair for 25c.

I iUvL It never falli,by and an bulldi use cp close at 75 cents. I close at BOc for your choice. Some 75 doz Men's Seamless half hose,

',,:th and trergth while using It. ALDERMAN LL.D. President. I 72 Pair Ladies' Spring Heel Low of them are worth 150. regular lOc goods, to olose at 6c pair.

i'e j b'.amp Price.for$1 book of bottle.wonderful For cile cer- EDWIN A. Cut Slippers, 2>i to 7, regular $I I I We carry a full line of Skirts. We have lust received a full line

!r.i5t&! If your per druggist ran cot Full Courses In Languages Hclences. Engineering. Law, :Medicine, Pharmacy AI"Iev..n goods, to close at70c pair. Look at our window display. r of Ladies' KId Gloves in all shades

",-i, vuu it will be tent prepaid< npoae.H : Separate: Departments buteen: Building Extensive Libraries. Laboratorlei
0 t! price. Address Department for Women In the Newcomb College.

; Uricsoi; and Tulane Workshop makes leaden Splendid: In all vocations. Its facilities for Instruction are unsurpassed Remember, we must have Room and if Prices witt Sell Them, we will have Room.

Chemical Co., Los AogeesGtI.! In the South.: Eighty-six!: Instructors and It.!3 students last session. Many scholarship
a or the In the academic! department open to Louisiana boys. Expenses ot scholarship itndent
$175; for session. Board and lodging In dormitories at low rates. Opportunities afforded F. E. BRKi/tfNER'S
l carlRakta) Drug Co., Atlanta, 6a. academic students for self-help. In the Academic Colleges no boy, It properly pr pared ,
for college work, will be turned away from inability to pay tuition Next session be
Distributing Agenti. gins October'! 1st. Send for Catalogue. 10 5 SOUTH PALAFOXr BTREET 4t

'' Address. R. K. BRUFF, Secretary.

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getting the fifteen-d3ylapae provision I WERE Hair !I Stron est tinlhelFoiif t t

of their charter-and no settleIment BOTH Vigor e

"Suddenly could be fourteen reached.days elapsed. I Awers Keep your own hair. Get !

The 42:: <1 Annual Statement
And then before the company or the more. Have a clean scalp. tr >
the Poet Omce at Fec sc01a, Ending December 3Ui taut .1'
Kafered .
1 ]tasaeeond-slabs matter.Orr1CBPitt' employes realized what had happened / Restore the color. i;;&i2.: I

Sandy Hill swept the charter :
+ Building, SllH) nlhftlatox
street, up-itaus. I away and settled the sad affair. RETURNS VERDICT AGAINST l THE f [EQUIJABIELIFE

"Another examfle or two of this '


t the estimation of !ASSURANCE(
capital.- I EOCIEIT ij
ti I Term: Invariably in Advance Northern Cities to Send Delegates to Per Twelve Hours Flames Were

i .ou Year by Mail .n. ..-... _.15 00 Convention at Asheville. Fought on the Liner. ,

i .. Sui ARMYANDNAVTOFFICERS of hours : New York.. .. . . .
/U Month to -- :: After a deliberation seven Ashev.lle. N C., Sept. :20.-Betwen Sept 20 -Th* American Assets s

i pas Carrier, Payable Monday 10 the jury in the case Whorley and i the dates of Oct. 10 and 20 there la liner St Paul. which arrived- today, reported Reserve and utter Lub::.

i iI r to be a contention held in Asheviil that a !special flgtt had been !sties. .. '" .. .. . :::
TELEPHONE NO. LIB.t ARRIVE Hogan came into court at 10:15p.m.
liD the interest of the Appalachian park made against a fire which! raged for -

Saturday and handed In a verdict of movement in which the leading cities 12 hours in the clothes room SarplusfromwhichDlvi- ;:;
I I deads . . -
are paid, s _
t t.l guilty on the second count, that of I of the north will be invited to The fact that the ship was afire "
1 1I I Arrivals at Hotel Escambia this I II having a criminal knowledge;, of the I take part. Special excursion trains was kept from the women passengers Paid to Policyholder n.

t I will be run and nothing will be left i although the men of the first caV.n: !\ .. .. ... .. .. . .f .- "
morning were R. A. Klock of Washington >:
I : theft of Greenblatt's watch and of were aware of the possible: danger
I I undone to make the occasion a great New Insurance in lied .t
:: = PEI8AOOLAEEPT22,1902iWHAT'S + and R.1.. Kirby Smith ofNew j. unlawfully concealing that much success Total Insurance in force,

York sought information. This decision has been arrived ft Great Car Famine Threatened.New Dec. 31, 19u1.$1! i .- .-
after of York Sept. 20.-An official ct
deliberation jointly the
? Will the Pan Mr. Klock 1* an attache of the .
in a name Notwithstanding T- ,:
: .I |i The hitcb in the jury room was National Applachian Park association, the loading trunk line railroads .s
canal sutler the same fate as the and has been sent'! cial i strength of the Soc.t--: .
ama navy department least the Knoxulle of quoted by the Journal of Commerce
provoking, to say the and at chamber commerce greater security whic!. ::-

atiy m r Panama hat' here to take charge of building now .: 7:30 Judge Blount sent for the body representatives and the Asheville as expressing the belief that in the holders thereby enjoy tare K.\I .

the Lieutenant board of trade In a meeting held her near future the railroads of the coun- LOW and OCARAN111.1 ..
both pleased on at yard. -
: are going navy
PEDESTRIANS I and asked if they wished further in- last nishtWater try particularly those reaching the ter than given by ut:..., L' .

E and grateful for the general repairs ,' Smith has been assigned;, to dutyat ;structions. The court was given a Atlantic seaboard will experience one I

and improvements in the sidewalks Fort Birrancas. Both went to '. I Cure for Chronic ConatI at ion. of the worst! car shortages in their

$ ut l of our city. I negative answer and then Judge history due to the demand for an early KXOWLES Kilos.
: ,
4f their respective posts on the 10 a. m. 'i 'fake two cups of hot water half an
) t I I I Blount ordered them to be taken in I movement of crops and the crush of
MAIOK JUNE is to be commended : dummy. hour before each: meal and just before Gt"neral111..
general merchandise: traffic Should
t : charge by bailiffs and given supper,
fearlessness and earue?t- : _
the to bed, also a drink of
; upou i going the coal miners strike DP settled nn
i ness! with which he enforces the A By'sV ild Ilidr For Life i I i observing all the time the usual rule. 1 water, hot or cold, about two hour the shortage will; bf greatly aegravat. 3u9 H. Palafox st.. PESO: : .

3 j:21 j p : Jaws of the city. With family around (expecting him .'! After supper the body returned for : after each meal. Take lots of outdoor ed

1. t.t't --- --- secret consideration of the defend I eXf-rcie-walk, ride, drive. I FOR: RENT.
MK.S. PA'i KICK CAMIMSELL Tailed to die, and a Ion riding; for life, Ib
habit of this and in North Carolina Pensioners.Raleigh .
a regular
to please New Yorkers in hr new miles, to get Dr. Kin. ':1 New Discovery ants' fate. One obstinate juror FOR RE\'I---TI/
cases chronic constipation Sept 2".-State Auditor (> w -
,,1 4 :j play. Tnis makes a Chicago -ucce-san I for Consumption, Coughs wanted an acquittal from the start many Dixon. after a careful look at the new
be cured without the u-e of gymnasium of tit t .
may any
I' iIt as,urduce. : and Colds, W. H. Brown, of Lee The from 23: of the !97
s on apparently flimsy grounds. medicine. When a purgative i ii''!: required applications coun cola Athletic CI
ville, Ind., endured death's
agonies ties there will be between 11/MO'
five others were a unit in returning take something: mil 1 and says rented
if 44 A MAN: in Colorado killed himself from asthma, but this wonderful i and 12!', KI' pensioners There is only dunngtl.i .
like Chamberlain's (Stomach !
1 t medicine gave iii!taut relief amid on the second: count and could not gentle fjdftnmi: to be divided among these. for fairs, (.omcit ; ,
rather than :serve on a jury. They and Liter Tablet For ale by all
+ the +j] soon cured him. He writes : "I now be swerved.' The obstinate juror I and as a result of the increase of abont etc. Fur
s must make jurymen serve on and medicine dealers. ces, [-tut:
I druggists: 2,. ptnsionsill be smaller in
slfepoundly: night. Like
every hell to his point so tenaciou-ly thata
there. call
jury over ---- ---- ai the rill IJI
1901 The
than in
marvelous cures of Consumption. amount persioa
mistrial began looming up. A BYRON WAS BARRED phone \0. ". >!
I Pneumonia, Bronchitn, Coug, Colds warrants will be sent out about Dec > .
THE Tampa Tribune talks a* .j i deck of cards was requested to pass I 1th.;
{ 'and Urip prove us matchless merit 1>eau o( \\'r.Iminsler ltfn.-il to \f* I _
,: kl fj. y ( though it was really in earnest all Throat 1 away time. and an all-nl.lht game I
i i g f ['S{! aboutjupporting Editor Frank Har for and Lung troubles. |I rcpt talur ul .t. Came Near lining a Crippie.Josh A BRAND NEW INDUSTRY

tr Guaranteed bottles: SOc and ;Lu). was in prospect' when the man who Many yeais au'o.OIIR! a.lmiriTs! of
ivQ for Florida'text \Ve5thafer of Loogootee.
of ris governor.Tut Trial bottle free at W. A. D'Altm- Lord Bn'u rm-fl l ulowril'tioll for a N.- -
------- I i had kept them so long announced
Ind is a poor man: but he says he
rI republicans: of New York are | berte's drug store, 121: south 1'alafoxi uiiiiiiiipfiit! to tinHMt.( t<> l>e phuiMl in"tmill"tl'r I andu--' -:' :
Rl4 that he could agree with the others. ", would not be without Chamberlam'Pain
3 \\ nNlifj riuintrej wa requested -
,r threatening to put a plank in their product : i. :. ._- A i' :. ,
+ ThIs was at It] o'clock, and fifteen to execute. hilt on uccouiit Balm if it co-t five dollars a I
platform to re-tncl pension abuse. industry:. .>:-. : : .:
i( CAME TAKEN i I of the suiallnrss of the sum Mib-cnbt-d bottle, for it saved him from being
This is an irridf icent pipe dream i minutes later the verdict was; deliv- which are S3-y. Le dliuol, and honviiM-t-u was cripple. No external application i-
gA e, and clap trap for \uteonly.. ered to the court. brand of uioki:..' : i
then appli.'d to and cheerfully undertook -
equal to this liniment for ,stiff and
---- ---- BY DUNCANS .
Pensacola." T :.. .
the work. :: : :: --
!F THE; least and greatest of national I I\ The defendants' received the ver- swollen joints, contracted muscle, .
I '
for 5 cent; ever .J ,i-
i : i evils thrive test in New JH: eymosqult dict with great disappointment, for arrived stiff ueck,-prainsand rheumatic and
l are cordially 1Il\"ltd : v .'
'( t : r
ability of one to dodge justice is I 1 numerous ca es of partial pualy i=.
scribers the dean of 11'estmiuster Dr.
would be made. .
the game of baseball from the duth- They were od*
only equalled by the other. I Irdaml. Itnl.iiiM: to ;gi\e j>tnnl.ion to It is for sue by all druggists and
erlauds Palmetto Beach : locked for the and will be !
at night
yester- up ;
have it M-t up in the ahley, and owinrto ; I medicine dealers.

= A MAN In New Jersey who resisted j day.. The score wa-12 to 4. 1 1i kept there until the ca-e takes another !i this! tlillklllt.,. which prousl iu'uJ"- I ------ --

p ;d fit, I desperately being hanged, but .!i I I Villar: for the locals had the opposing i i.hase.Solicitor I i inoii''lf, for I'r Ir..IlIl1l" !'1It".t':<-.r I I FINE STATIONERY.C. IT'S NEARLY TIME FOB

i c, iIt who was finally overpowered, said i : war of the name oI'| inlin. it nt. i

y'' I ,, these parting words : "Guod-hye I batters all at tea for the four Parkhill worked harder i!i for ujiward; of 1n.I"an. ; in the CII".I SCHOOL TO BEGIN i!

+$; +x all; excuse me." He was then excused. l innings beginning the game, but helot <>n this case than he ha ever done toni IK.U-O. whin it"{'Ji it was reuioiti V. Thlmpson0.. 11 !South

1t I F t' :, confidence thereafter and allowtd before and he wa, congratulated ou to the library of Trinity colleg. Palafox street, has: just opened u and fully tim t". t b. ,
-- -- -- :
-t., PENSAMH.I is living trouble in ', numerous hit- Moore was substituted this notable victory. For tae past '[Ile i".xt n repro>"t.t"d in the it.ituei hew supply of Linen and Bond I'I ig around for ->.;
Papers, white, blue and gray, with, for the pupiN. \\'.-
securing a wat"-apply.. Itswells1 I for Kelly who was bitted two weeks; hi has beeu pitted against i i of the size; <>t life fcfitHl ou a ruin. II
t with his! !left fort lestuu' on the fr.r Envelopes to match. Oxford sizes; a large tuck ".r vj
: '. have
and others
i gondr: ,} are being by every Duncan: man :Sancnez some of the brightest members of
'' a meiit of u ijliiiiiii. In liis ri-rl: hand I also Foreign Mail Tablets with Envelopes j thing required i
.p,9 sunk. By the what do
,' way played: for the Duncans at cond. 1! the PCn-acula bir and ha come out Lv holds H style up to hi mouth: in Ins I to nutch. Ink, Pencils, school roonibooks
use water for over there? a-ks the
r I : # : Tampa Tribune.Ve wash About l lu; t'i people aw the game. victorious in every ca-e. > l.-ft a !IN..k, iiiMrilHilrhild H.inild." Penholders, Klinkbooks, Files, etc. I our 1'11.-;
; He ios tlrt.-.J! in a f..k coat and dunk.
I !
etc. hand.
-- these
4 -- -- -- always on j are the -
*s; Lere. That why it "moral Peneacola. Reside him on the left i i" skull. abuse I
1 A l'at"in'h II'JII"ct. .
"' For Over *-'X'"f'ars, Phone 234.Fleichrnan's; the publishers t I
Hut then, you know, our xUK is Athenian owl. The likeness j II
ri 1 MRS. \MNLOW'sOOTHIVI, SYRUP bat "I want all the world to know," i j we ;save you t1!.' 'r' !
r well have Lot gone dry. i I is of course posthumous. Thorw aldvn !
been used for over suty ears by millionso Rev. C. J. of hI Compressed Yea=t, have- ,. J
> j writes Hudlong,; A- We ;;chc.i --
1'' was Imrn' Noy.1't.! 177't; ; rind diet on fr ih i
I' dally the
kept ou ice, at
niotbtra for their children uhlle ] !
i ; teetbmg
A UEuKCtI.ChiIHe:! : disgu-tedjy I with perct fiucce s. It 6oothri the child I away 11. I., "whit a thoroughly larch :.J. b Newcastle.. (En,,:,i \Ve-t FiuriJattam: Bakery, two I straps and ki ., !

t -4 remarks "A wllol'1 l of grand and reliable medicine I foundin Clirouide. I cakPs for suitable for
iot mothers I I sof'ens the gumsaltars all paincart'< wine 5 cents or one cake and one I j' bm- : : (:

t t t spend the best part of their time jollc, and U the best remedy for Diarrhoea Electric Bitter They cured in"?, ticket for 5 cent- Bakers and a large variety :. 1

: r '. studying fashion plates and playing j i It will relieve the poor little eutTrrer 1m "f jaundice and liver troub.e: that I Forlure Fa\orn a Trian. hateN supplied in any quantity. i, from, all the way ir

i society, while a lot of fathers are !i, mediately.jt the world Hold Tw..ntY" Druggists- cents in every a bottltKr can i-uu-fd me great suffering for many ': "Having distressing. pains in head, MEAT & MALT has-a-marvelous- I, to "08. Slate. ;i' .

figuring on the future market or ,. 'Yl'ar". For a genuine all-round cure back and stomach, and being without colored crayon-
sure you ask for ),1 msloWa Booth dietetic value. \Thil!!' rdreshin { and ,
playing In the meantime they excel anything I ever aaw." appetite. I began: to use Dr. .
poker. ,
ing cyrup and take other
no !kind pens, penholder- i I'.n
4 ( ------ Electric hitters are tue -urpri"A of ,, King'- New Life Pills writes W. P. pleasant to take, it helps assimila- :
U'jfe (
the kids are hitting; the roads in high all for their wonderful work in Liver, Whitehead of Kennedale, Tex and tion of food. Sold by pencil tabletcompanion"-, -'. : I

; s places to the pemtfutury and t.. CAPTURED Kidney and Stomach trouble !,i,, -ooii felt like a new man." Infallible DANNHEISSEIt: : BHO:05: I -; .....
bade such is life." Don't fail to theta. -tomach and liver
i : ;> try Only Wet* --- --- -- lunch baskets all I n) \
1 satisfaction i... guaranteed bv Only l::; D'Alemberte's
W. A. c at drug .
trii OYSTERS all goods train'.' d.i ii i
a I1* c: THE foll'Jwing'OJ advice from MOBILE FRIDAY D'Alemberte,121 South Palafua. store. AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine
d i- 5 :Ti i they don't .
; the Sanford Chronicle i. applicable '
1 I 1 The finest! line of sterling silvergoods them. \\'e il-'i bii -

;j 1 t i to Peu-acola, sad every town in CAPTAIN JINKS and silver novelties i ito be oytertoday.. Try them and exchange -

1r Florida, and though we have -aid I Jo,. .St.: Mary, the young white found at J. Stephens': Prices to Nn' ATOM I.E. !hand -chuol h,,-.kCOE'S -
d something: like it many time, it is a I I
man from Hagdad who please all. -- -
is alleged to -- -
1' it iK truth S,) -elf-evideLt, that it will I COMING SOON -_
have stolen a lot of rope from a veel ", I BOOK STORE
I bear much
7 repetition : "With the I Ball Bearing keen cut-
--- ,
beginning of the fail -eisoti the at liigdad, was arrested in Mobile I aEPATIGURAI.
ting Lawn Mowers at the
Chronicle urgently in-its as we Fl'id:1and: an officer from The weekly publication. Judge, is ,
Willis Hardware Co's- !
have done heretofore, that :
our peo- Santa Role county went after him running a eerier nf pictures of beau

i !t'', pie patronize the merchant instead I not a ESTABLISHMENT
: and passed through Pensac.)la yeai : tiful women nf the stage: accompanied I : Purgative.It
{ : of buying; abnud The merchants ,
H ; x .I. j here i I terday ou the return trip, to Milton by a poetical tribute to their : doe all that i is required to
as a general thing have excellent Carolina Portland I Fi-h chowder will 1 b'. -,

-- 1Is. t flocks which make: it uiinpc"- St. Mary i wanted for grand larceny art. The poet wrote the following 1 ;-tiimlate the Liver secretions Sunday evening. Pro '

a sary to send Away fur goodit I is a i''; :and H In jail. ,, verses about hiss Elizabeth Kennedy without can arrange: to h.iM, ,t
overworkingthe .
tV other refreshments -, \ ,
t.4 mi-take to -end money to enrich: I a* )(fue. Trentoni m "Captain Cement Co.BIRMINGHAM time
during the week
x i ; i1:
i other town The merchant* make: ; | NOTICE OF LEAGUE MEETING. !' Jinks of the Horse Marines," which Liver and Bowel A* a terms :See manager

t,$ :R an ttlirt to supply the demand J, 'It I pleasant, palatable CHA-: II. i.

',4 their patrons and deserve encourage I' will appear here soon : ALA.

i The September of the In taptHin Jinka"ihamdes
iiieut uud appreciation. In the long; I II .
L- 6/
Mid t-.AAA..A..A.A.AAb
: 1 oung Men'-Ha-itif-s Leaguehaving winks II
runthegjod- I Lmlive IT IS
r : Jut as Cll ap a? And caper till the bnia-hcal Perfect
t+ h i ; : : been adjourned to Tuesday, I SN'ck-of all High-Grades Ameri-
/t t be had Hl-pwher .
k. #-rot can suds in any He truck the spice I HAVE YOU NOTICED
September, : for lack of car Cementrmanu,
i. : event it is IJdt..r to buy tiiein at quorum < if paradise, "
(i' I mall Saturn: Gorman Port- For
iii i i memberare: urgu M attend on that; \\no. al"aysIIorth the ticket price. eliminating:
home than to end the money aw ay. I -l nd Cement, King* \ V. Calcined
-- -- -- I date at & o'clock some very im- In "Captain Jink-" Pli-ter: Ro*nd3le Cement, kept at WHAT IS MISSED HERE ; \

TIn All-tut:i News u11of an effective :i poruut bu-me-s demands the atten- She takes the kinks Norfolk. Portsmouth, Charleston, Typhoid and Malarial Germs

1 strike cure high could serve I tiou of the League: account of the out of our 'A'Ot", sad gurly links : Savannah Jacku.ville PenstcoJa. fvvvvv VVVq"

solve the of I .. Our soul to joy I Mobile; New Orleans, Gilv stoii.i from the system nothing cm
w L, ; to problem the coal failure of the Augu-t tne tin;. -=
We al-o make
: Without alloy- i ;shipments direct from
-' l' strike if put in force by the govern J. R. KtLLFK, equal it. It is
I' ;, bbe meets care's microbe lodestii.y.j l i Mills wherever we get cheapest a tonic and Everybody haa fi."l '
= ment. It says' : CH\-. A. CIIOATE Prt "hjent. freight rate. :Solepiling\ agents for of this
arth. Hut t
s I In'-OtptamJlLkt" alterative it will piece
.t "The little community of I j i "Alabama" and 'southern Cross ; improveyour ,
!-s Sandy Secretary. I{ f'b"15 a mini ; ; i fight for it. They mu-t w.:

ja stf ( t Hill, N. Y., clo-e to the paper mak- I I - - -- I Likewise a star that never 51eJu, I Brand, Portland Cement, Magno- health beyond your !!i chanco" to !get it, and ir."t it
I : Hydf.iulicatural Cement, Coi .
oy Jug( town of Glenn Falls, and not KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. lint stays on high t: made near Birmingham moat sanguine Thos. C. Watson &
very far from the classic t'ohoes, has !i And makes us sjgh- I i have some particularly flu', i if i' .

found strike i I Pen-acola Lodge, No :?, K. of P.- I Hilt is the brightest in the sky. !!' Correspondence Solicited. 'f to oller just now, and t: ;:
cure. Sold 1 by All First-Class 1
Regular i I Driflists.: you to cume and InTestUttf;
II "Not very gentle, to be sure, is this I meeting Monday night, I 1 Voa will never regret hiv, .
remedy which these New Yorker l S-pt.) '.'2, at t- o'clock. Work in the : ATTENTION TEACHERS. : .0.

have found, but elective bt"o"ndword Rank of inquire. A full attendance I I will be F. i -- ---
is it, tn be Mire. requested. Member of si-ter lodges days in September in my office for the the li-: ;six BRUCE This weather make i igrasr '
i of ,
i:4: i "Some time since Sandy Hill i,' and transient brethren cordially invited contracting with all those tf ..:her,; I I\I Itvtr1 '; grow You can ;. I ,

w r t$ granted* a the would trolley provision forfeit cir franchise their that charter the containing recipient j i,I HENRY to HORSLEK attend. ,H K.:A.R.LEE ri..:. C. C. on whose l5'October I w schools 1. will tfupenn begin N. B.opeition'(.-Duic udent.. ;yt AI( I th AI e S p IUD ad A AhU III.e :i( and keen Willis Grass cutting Hardware Shears Lawn Co'from Mon". /','''.

I'j if for fifteen days in succession they !' Try the NEWS Want Column. I

; failed to provide! the andy: Hill li-I I The finest line of umorr ., '* m the,
t I! city is at J. I. ctephtGo look Guns, Ammunition Fishing Tackle and Do vca want a ma nlflt''Jt 1/1/
with Bicycle
public adequate: -ervice. That I'at them. for little money? If .

j. franchise, with it's wi.e provi-ion. Tonight Bicycle Sundries I Stej.hens, the Ut. w
k. Edison Phonograph and lusic.I' j jeweler.
i. : : was accepted and the road constructed. before ; bur Fu i commodate you.
's See !
1 Just before rftirin?. if your liver 1 niture. .11.j= price't
,. si! sKisk, out of tune and you feel I dull are the; eet, ; Hammond and Other Typewriters. Typewriter Kupplies. All Kinds ofi
"The company and it's employes; bilious con-rpatt-d take a due ofHood's j! Repairing, Leek: and Key Fitting. I All kinds of chairs (1I1 "

t fell out the other day and a strike I j Grass Sh ears tJi '" will cut High-Grade Hammeilesa Guns Kept for Rent.JBig Supply of Fresh Shells' i I
chairs at "U arStllfl
Pills all at Low Prices. rocking
L followed. As usual the compiny had close, at the rrs: Hard- ,.,

nothing to arbitrate-apparently: for I And you'll be all right in the morning: ware Co's. 15 South Palafox Street. $ Quina's. Prices are I'Y

j low.



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: : : OLf9TERER i. J. FOSHEEYice-President; M. E. CLARK Asi't Cashier.i .

. CarQf'38 Nark EAST and ROMANA Specialty.Refinishing STREET.Furniture a I JIL KING TRANSFERS i i AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK

rbono 403. I OF PENSACOLA, FLA.

-- WHITE -- MAN OF UNLIMITED RESOURCESWAS I. .. 'ARIOU3 transfers Designated Depository of the United States.
K. I f'iY
...\. I..J'." Escambiacounty
ruhmakfr, Manufacturing Jeweler IN PENSACOLA. .i. realty were record- Condensed Statement at the close: of business Sept. 15, 1002.
and 1 (graduate Optician, -i ....sI>.11J ,:, ed during the weekending From Report to Comptroller.)

i .tll rala/OJ !it., PeaueoU, FlaJ Saturday, I RESOURCES.
? se A j i LIABILITIES.Time .
arrival "
at the .,,,, -4.J Sept. 20, 19\fo, all ot Loans .. ...... ...... ...... .. .. .... 338,797.32 Capital Stock ...... .. .. ...... ... .. .... .... $200.000.00)

Merchants hotel Saturday afternoon 1l;' which are reported Demand Loans...... .... .. ... .. .... .. .. 50,03655 ... .... .. .. .. .... ...... .. .... 10,000.00
,- ::17 ;;; ;; Overdrafts...... .... ...... ...... .. ... ... .... 104.72 Undivided
was W. V. Norville of Beaumont r for THE NEWS Profits...... ..... .... .... .... 9.&>6 23
by [I. B. Bonds and Premium...... .... ...... 187.17I.b7 Circulation...... ..... .. .. .... .. .. .... .... 12 ,OW.00I
NOTES : Texas, who is said to be among the Thos. C. Watson & Co., real estate! I i Stocks, securites, etc.... .. .... .. .. ....... 2,625.00 Deposits ...... .. .. .. ...... .. .......... ...... 401,624,71
(JEWS most agents : I Furniture and Fixtures. .. ..... .... ..... 6.718.48
J wealthy men of that place. M. 8. Holland and husband: to'' [. R. Stamps.... ...... .... .... ... .... ... ... 8834

He left last night for points in Es- Della Kenza-Lots 12 and 13, block Cash and Exchange... .. ... ... ... ... ... ... 160,938.86
\;;: cambia county, Ala., and was ac. 128. New City tract-$800. I746.4S0.94
not to $746,480
urged forget
; r- companied by several Pensacola P. K. Yonge, trustee, to Mrs.
theIemorid Ser- Dozia Willis-West 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
gentlemen whom 32 ft of lots 19 to I IIN
, ..., ... tli, evening at 7:30.: he came here to
I :22 and south 122 ft of lot 23, block 64,
about business matters. '
_,! : : ; r T"ut fiom Muscogee West King tract-100.. I I
: : .> rd to be excellent Those who went as far as Brewton Dozia Willis and husband to Tho MEMORIAM.Brother .
, .> w i i: i inot unusual to with him were J. J. Sullivan, Esq C. Watson--West 32 and >2 of east 65 J. H. Grimlar departedthis Green Watson & Co.

four dozen j ft of lots 1 to1 blk 61 West I
.' ': '. :vs t" with and Marion Quina. Mr. Quina will King life on the 12th day of June, 1902, ,
: tract-|;o5.Edward.
i.siM. Two gentlemen probably go on to Mobile. Arrange- at his home at Molino, Fla., aged 4.)

,>, m,> hours the other ments by long distance telephonewere I Clemraous, by master, to years, 5 mouths and 19 days. He ( H. JIALLIDAY V CO'S OLD STAND. ,

A. M. Avery-Lots 9 and 10, block died of typhoid fever with which he 0-: :::::- -jir Zi -" =jic;: ====-= -:oWe
made yesterday morning to 303, New City-1110. I II
:N ,. .. which was: some had suffered for several weeks, during -
11," i iu the shops for have a team meet the train at Brew- I J. M. Harvey, by master, to A. M.i which time he was nursed and QuatE a FEW Fall Novelties !

q. i, HI turned out in first ton for the purpose of conveying the j I Avery-Lots 19 and 20, block 147 and I tenderly cared for by a loving wife,
lot 14, block 100) East King tract READ THE LIST.
oil his relatives, and kind friends.
i! 1. and left with an magnate and his companions to many ,
t:,- P, & A. divison the spot where the oil well, projectedby I He had all the medical aid necessary : : -
Monroe Campbell to Emma Bell
; In fact all that human hands
Pensacola parties, is being sunk. Sellers Lots 6, 7 13 14 :
I and 15, could do for him was done. Yet our : s SILKS S.
,s 1 L White was a few block New .
The visitor is largely interested in t-2, City-$1.0oO. Heavenly Father called the dear I

ted with a Grecian this business, and it is said be will 'i|' James C. Watson to Win. F.I| (brother to Himself and he must go. nll'ERIAL'ELOUH very brilliant with rich colorings,

'. ,'u w t years old. Greek 'Green-Lots 17 and Is in block 1S4, i It is consolation though to inches wide, per yard. . . . .. . . .. . . .. .2189C
"let loo: e" some of his surplus cashto a great I.
,' both side but New
"n City-$110. I
all who loved him, to know that he BLACK TAFFETA, J..i.inches wide the guaranteed kind,

.f that historical: properly develop this very promising : Yancey Price and wife to W. L. |: was prepared to go, and to know that yard .:.. ..... . :. . . .. :. .. . .. ... .. ... . .per. .. 75C I

,,1.! t>i decipher them. field. This was the purpose of ; Enterkin-5 acres in sec 15, tp 3 n, we will meet him again in the morning -
"Ye Old Time Guaranteed"
I BLACKTAFFETA. no better made
.r ills :gift. him coming to Peu'acola and in : r 31 w-4 75. of the resurrection.He 27-inch.per yard . .. . . ... . .. .. . . . . $1.00

i r.:.. yesterday a large, holding consultations with the pro- [ J. W. Connell and wife to ;' poke of his departure as calm and aG-iuchl'el yard, 11.75.SPECIAL36 I

I' -n,.a in a tree in front jectors. Mr. Sullivan acknowledged i j Hooton-Lots 17 and IS, block 117, ]ly as though; he was:; going on a j journey A
I New City tract-$1. :' i huh BLACK TAFFETA of splendid weave LI
ivMdecce on Gregory last night that he was here on bu-i- Alexander Htoddart and wife to !: and told his wife many things I I that will give long wear per: yard . . .. . . . . $100
i !"il-ive and supersti- ,to tell his old pastor in regard to his I
-- ----
ness.: : Monroe Campbell-Lots 7,13,14 and I !
: !llirt, was the cause of amailer I ,funeral. .
!IoJ' birds, and I The Escambia county well j is now : 1;;, block X, New City-I7J7.DO. j| Brother Ornnlar, when quite a -1iZ.... fSVITINGS1iZ
M. W. Lathrard to :Monroe I .h "'"
.a-. 1 many pedestrians to a depth of nearly .too feet and experts young man, was married toIi s
bell-Lot (i in block b2,' Tate Atmore Ala. then 54 inches wide sponged and shrunk
: i.i_" visitor.ilifornia have spoken favorably of the tract$312,50.M. Lizie at per yardl and 11.:;5
Williams' Station. Said
t Capt. Jacob prospects. Nobody is more jubilant j ; I.. Autrey to I. N. Hhlu-I.ot I known marriage took place on Sept. 14th, LADIES' CLOTH 54 inches wide, in all the new fall shades, per yard 9s.

'''j 1 the agency for theN of success! than! those who are expending 17, block 21. West, King tract-KX). ': 1S76, and not long afterwards he OUR ;}PECIAI-, l.inch BROADCLOTH ; for its smooth finish r

1 : 1:1.'I' brandy, vintage of their behind John W. Bowers to I. N. Hider I! tbe Pine Barren and lustre it cannot: be equaled: per yard .. .. . . .. $1.50
money the joined Baptist
____ __
to h
i- now prepared Lot block Belmont
tit 12, 27. r\umber-I
scheme church ; he soon became a good and
"i w',ii the best, at (! ing West King tract$:<<;lJ.' efficient worker in the Sunday OUR (; E\"'S' riu\ismx IHI'AIT.MINT: i i:1 being rapidly

ir I Hi:, in lnr. This morn- Mr. Xorville is one of the few! James C. Watson et al to J. E. de I school. It will only be known in filled. We have Underwear, Shirts Suspender, Overall, Ties, Sock-, '

.' i -le"int: certificate whose, ri-e to riches in the Beaumont' La Rua-Eat 5 ft of w 7G ft of arpent I Ii Eternity the great good he did in Handkerchiefs! in fact: :all that is necessary for Men's Wear, except clothing

; ; : which he has i l lot 12 Old 2t)). I and Hat*.
ta'e. fields has come surely and suddenly. City-$ that capacity. It is only fair to say,
: I t.. I li-ptayed: where all I J. M. Harvey by master to L. Bear
From a man in comfortable circum- I too, that his wife was always associated : -
,: U i. you need pure & Co.151k 14(5( and blk 147, less lots with him in this great work. Don't Forget the Place
cumstances, he is now president ,
: .' I it :: Ilijou aud try thetii 1 to 5,13, 14 and IS I to 22, in East I The writer was well acquaintedwith
I the American National Bank of that I
King tract--$200. the brother all his life, and

city and is an influential member of''' George: W. Wright and wife to Val ': especially: all his church \life. I was GREEN, WATSON & CO.
r. it eruption of your* the famous Keith-Ward Syndicate, : H. Wright-Property in water front, j i his pastor quite a number of years, I
:r..1.! Take Hood's SarairtiiM : Belmont, \Ve t King Old City, East I'
and found Brother Drim. I
holding the largest: block of stock of always; in Telephone 193.
\ iits power tot..tL King! aud New City tracts, l'ptterj |I lar a ready helper in the Ma=ter'swork. j ji
any individual member. His richesare I .
j( set !; addition and county-$1 I
on a constant increase it U stated V. H. E. j i
Wright to Margaret 1
; He had faith and trust
> !STOKKS MA It HOT. I strong in If You Buy Them at the P.o-ton Shoe Store, They are Good I
Ii and should: he become interested. ( Wright--Same: property-*1. God and iu His promises.To I I j

I '. ant Halll for The New. bl in the wt'lliwar Brewton it will re- John H. Caro and wife to Fred i talk with him on the subject of I I

I rims Natal Store Co. Frederickson 5 in block 1, Dou-
ceue an impetus to the benellt of all religion, was ever to be encouraged.More Do You Know
: el-on tract--$100.I .
BOliIN.A concerned. ; it was a subject that he liked j
I Sullivan: to J. J. Hoo- talk he in this and i
tj: H n '. : to on ; many
: ton- -Lot 1. 2 and :J blk 131, New i himself be Children take twice a- many steps a* grown peopl'ai -,
x :i''' U I ;Cs! other ways, proved to a
TOLBERT AND less' 10 ft lot 3- 'I)0.) .";*.** eon-equeutly we-ir out twice as many Shoe, ut lei -'
;;'j.. y ..... 1 ;t '2y City, j I Christian.: But he sleepeth until the I you buy them of uTHE -?

K .1 Leslie: E. Brooks to Burrill) 'llo-1.| Lord chall call him np to his re-I

: j':' D. ..._ .. 1 :!': REESE ON TRIAL mon-llKJ by 178 ft of blk :3HEa; t I j ward. J. L. BKYAKS.j : reason why you should buy your CHILDREN'S SHOES of us i- ,
t.tb..IOw. :!' King-Tract New City No.-$lo.. i I -e we allow no man in our line to undersell+. 2-We buy

'P K:Tlll t.KPJ[ TDil-j': I' :nhI3' I none but the best and direct from the manufacturer*, enabling u- tn
-- H. A. Hubbird to J.. l\tcCurdy-1 j The man who own home .
at least 5 bbers'
pave you per cent on j } I'ricp't':; are up with rh.
In the criminal court this morningthe Part of lot (', sec 32, tp 6 n, r :50: w- ; insures himself against lots of' times and carry all the 1 iti--t noveltie- thi (day in Fine Slms.;. 1- H.-

H2. ,j trouble and worry. Nobody can l j caue our motto ha-: aUvay-" been "Kind Cmirte-v t.1 Ail ('iI-.tomN-'
cases against Tolbert and Reese, 'whether they buy or not.'f' alwuy- lead: our rop"iitnr.i follow
Geo. Smith and wife to E. ; raise his rent, and the rent day has :
I \ccur-j' (5-We give you a School Tablet frnn 'out 'ivf it l'Ilf'.rfully
for breaking and entering: were dy-2ti by 200 ft of lot fi, sec no terrors fur him. It's easy to own '
-' ,'- .-,
called. Tolbert renewed his plea of nr.50;< west: -5100. I a home now-a-days. Thos. C. :
rr guilty and Reese protested his innocence Cora 8. Browinski et al to Wm. Watson & Co. can tell you how '

Fi..her-J.ot 5, block h8, East King easy it is. Call and see them. !i Boston Shoe Store
by pleading not guilty. His ,
tract. Belmont Numbering,'}. i, - I I IFoley's

trial then prceedeI.: The jury on Mary A. Rpspess to 0",). Smith--' Honey and Tar i

the case i is composed of James Wilkins L'6 by 2iK' ft of lot H, sec *<2! tp 6 n., r I i No oD/, I II NATHAN (1. roiCllii.MiK: : I'i.<..prit..r..

W. B. Dickens: Nathaniel ;W w--$:!oo. ._ -- ---I
--- -- Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street i

Allen, Theodore Beck, Din D. .

Douglas and J. H. Hauteman. Theca MARITIME. COLUMBUS I A 'Oiniiiiiniraltnii. |

i di..coverE'dmerica in 14'!>2, but its i !
*. liiotherhood Lndxt; "rgan; +e will be concluded at this after- i was nothing in compari-on to the :\EJlI1OK-\Il'IW me to speak, a Hotel Camden

.1 T. :Spann, S. L'.. anJ inlu nuon'5 -esion.Uillett I : di-covery I made while North and few word in favor of ChaUlhf'rhill'

",t' Thursday Thos. Byrd night organizer, :corner0117'arragona Holmes pleaded guilty this (PORT 1 IE" East last month. We all know :' Cough Remedy. I sulferedfortlrPe; t, C\MDIN, VLXUVMA,

streets.; All morning to carrying concealed: For September to date ..HH/IH* i| years with the bronchitis and could j I
1 ..f uood\ moral character i OPPORTUNITY I not sleep at nights. I tried several !I Is Now Open to the Public,

mid III ininrt and body can we.puuHe wa fined fU>0 and AkKlvrn. i i makes the man. It was presented tome 'i doctors and various pat<-t.t tn -di- !I I, 1 1I

it night; only for |1.50.trffcBYBODY co-t- or /ItJ days. fir e' Koddam.l.'n'i. to\, >'>t Michaels to I! and I took j i cine*, but could get nothing to givemite |I hinter the ulauiiimeiit Ilf
W L Wittieh !
Kr s.,; :Nutlield, "..:!. Karrant, Porto Prayato any relief until my wife got a
LOOKS Crab nets and Ishing W S Ke>.er A Co | ADVANTACE | bottle of this valuable: medicine !
Kr -- Kuterpf.; :i:1' Wale, Cape To\a to I which completely>' relieved me | MRS. S. MIMS

FOR THE BEST tackle to wit everybody, at lull '1'rHin.tCo of \\'. S. J5K<(<'KMAX, B.itrne!!, :'10. ,

I the Willis Hardware Co's. ri.EAKfb. it.Have not the time nor pace to tell '<' This remedy i' for sale by ail druggists of Peiicola: Florida.

; It Ilk Step, ITS. <(<'I ..stl. by I'arodl 4 1 h 1..0!"*'!'. (i"lOf. with o.1I..1, B ft lumber ::1:1.!<'".' > ftdlmrmun : but you will find a few of them below j I i I RATES REASONABLE
: iCall on :Spitzer ,
stuff, value year
-'- -- : and the benetlt :
you /get : jSitin j
l'.t-y are d'Hiijt the finest" on urfgory near Paltfox i-trfHi a ATTENTION.I'al .
it i-:ui be turned out and are I 1OM' locki-t 'I'IlIh se\cn diamond Calf Shoes at $1.23, regular i I By the Day, Week or Month.
KrVMirJ fur r.-turn to Ntwottic,>. -'.'!If THE SHIPPING.
i t. do any kind of a job. $1.75 seller.: i I "f City S.h..I'" Table Furnished with the Be=t the m
"ii mlii: rubber tires, the 1 Satin Calf Shoes at $1 5l1, regular i
i-uiw tiI I'I'"O. I III addition to the work Market Atf-mR
', VKBSELS IV PORT in examination ; -
i' market on short: notice. $2 00 seller. j
.%> a full line of rubber NKIlHKKtlio captain o n- >lTJlA: SHII'i. Patent: Leather Shoes at *2.00, i] of pupilfor school No. 1.
Nor Hydra, Ml.: Uabriele. to liulf fran- Prof. H. F;. Oraiam: will, I Public Patronage Solicited.i
-: i-k. "U uor con It 0""s of tin $2 50. $3 00 and H.:>'J, worth 50 per i on Friday. .
HuUh.UIII..111 will Dfrei.ponsible sitlo the I'.ith and #fish; iu-t.. examine: -
\ uir buggy need uphoNter- for debts contracttd ; Kr John Bright Jj,:. Wyness to W S emit more. pupils
I --y I'.in make it good anew; by tbe crew of said ve sfl. 1 Kev-er ,t t'o Yici Kid Shoes from $2 5o to $3.00.1: for the various city school- i "Sample R'jorn .
K.I., KAHKAST.W Kr .Manchester Inventor. :r.Ti. Perry toFtoI1owetCo colors' without certificates: in tile third and
'-, too, are reasonable, for Hats of all grades, styles, | Sunday Rate Made to Traveling
H, Key >>rACo.. Captnm. fourth grades who I
were preventedby
'\ iniple capital to carryon ('on.lgnt"l' :'isltN I'.r Ko eneld. IK\ \*. Coss+aP. to Pen,aeula and designs from 60c. all the way upi Men.
t-- carriage: : buildiuir and Lumber CoBr'ayfln to $5 00, aud tho-e sickness other good cause from
bu-iues.: Duu't fail to I Kill KK the captain. o\\ iiem 181'. enter, to order I taking toe cxnuiU'itlon before closing j
: '
nor consigneei of the Hr k- \'alo'uUs.. 2111. Richards to W L Wit- rphools II*May.: .
"m.i Roddm WIll be ffspoasiliie tick A i o KNOX HATSwill I j Thos. C. Watson & Co.,
It ail
is hoped that will attend
HIPS. patrons /
urpd.I tor debtt contracted by thecrew
"I' the Real Estate
be here in few Did I I to this; matter at the time designated I leading Agents take )
I/EK&CKKAKV: of said 1'e88t11. Nor America. I'M, GJlrtsen, to 1'eniacola a days.
w.G.FOX. Lumber Co i tell you about them Welt I'll tell i above. When the schools i all the worry off the shoulders of the
I I l.'i E'I..t Garden street. \V I,, Wlttlcb Co., Captain.Consienees. It diulm R,1:>7, Rittoro, to Kosa Itros : I
'. -"-.H >or >blauiboui, 11 Uerttcumii-en.lo or. you now in a few words: They are begin; on Oct. 1 teacher will be required i i owners of property, manage the

der t the"Q11intesceuceof Swelldom" I to proceed with their regular I I renting of their house and the col-
I BABKS just the article to top-oil with one of school work and will have no time lertion of their
>. rents a- con=cien-
It Bice. 7< Oleese. to Parodi A Co I I
j those lwf-ll suits of clothes beard to the work of forty or fifty
i stop
r :Nor t'"voutfi.. Nordboe, to b S L lo you pupils i tionely as they would themselves.;
I 11I\ "'I L\lTI:US FOR :Nor Kigurd,14ii4iixnerndtoH Ii doyer me tell about. to examine one or two. I Their charges are very reasonable.

i Am John Kran7.4. f<, Harding, to J A SUITS Ifiilw Superintendent.
SCHOOL BOOKS*=- I m' for the
: Merrill t CojrJLItARLtD
i AND SAILED FOa! PEN I II from $;* (00 to $25 (01] make material I like[ IleU t price ever sold here.

: WK THE LARGEST STOCK EVER BROUGHT TO PEN.SA- HACOLA.BTIAX8HIP8.. and finish; the finest of the fine. All kinds of Furni O. M. 1'ryor.Sare .
it I Prior's at nearly cost, I -
COLA AND AT LOW PRICES. : : EXTRA FINE make room for CJa 9 Turxx4s.Bean .
Firth of Forth, Kr ild Antwerp ,epl 4 :j
I I Ii new stock. I tie lbi k 1d Yts HAu Aila": Boot
BARKS. line of 502. and 75c. Shirts in addi-

.GEM BOOK STORE.. .. 'l Fellcina'u.1g01o\'sn Ferrari, Gt'r.II'.lild It: aid G Antwerp r5tou Sept JolT( 1- fl'fl'I I I[ tion to the "Eagle" at from f 1.00 to i Fishing tackle of all kinds :i i' uatuJ.Ztk. '

Pensacola. It. !" .'. fid tienuaAUg21 I i t2.oO and they are bound to please ,
"te Line of School Supplies, Tablets, Pencils: Penholders, Etc. I! Monan: Noe. at Ut'noyr..s Aug.Untaso 1 you. i! and good crab nets at the ----

Port 'vl, at> oporto,,. Aag 1)lUll' \ All Fall goods arrived, so you can't Willis Hardwaer Cos. !!! Money l by buying
SEE ME AND SAVE MONEY. ; i come too fast for me. ---- ---- \
I K J HpicT. Br. 1.Vat Troon Aug 15; I Yours for Men's Furnishings your furniture -
Eupheniia. 1:1.:"\ aid Hamborg Aag 16 j I 9e1'ORxd. !'
: Haa at Marston $ Quina'sI
CHAS. R. JOHNSON Bean the Peals NxoBsn.tnre

!i Garden hose at the Willis JOS COLEIIANS I I ctJ _' i I Great Furniture Empo-

UtH SOl'TIiI.u'ox 9TUEET. i! Hardware Co's. I I .1 i num.


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IN: WILD STAMPEDE tl }i relatives a round of gate the been uade-.taklng required shops to makei and SCROFUILAf '

Tutt's PiUs 2 I also! to make known through the newspapers -

the names of the missing. v
The fact that delegates: to the Tttvention !. I bequtith to: rny children Scrofula wit a'.1:! it. #') J'

were here from al l ..f! attendant horrors, humiliation; ar.d su .
stimulate the TORID LTVER. 1, parts con,: T- i, :a r : Ij;

strengthen the digestive uri* CRUSHED fiEAl 1 H the country many of item being ((Jill. strange legacy to leave tj posterity : a hca\y: Lurl,,:: t, ...- 1

regulate the bowcU, and tre ur.- : p'ete strangers renders the work of place upon the shoulders of the :youn; '
I' ,.1\
r equa.lt4a.san identification somewhat slow. It i= This treacherous disease dwarfs thebmly! ar.! 1 hir.i !. rs .JJ trW
) :
ANTI-BILIOUS MCDiCItt, 1'j! Shiloh Baptist Church at 1 expected: that at least a dozen of the the<< growth and devtlupnient of the facnitio.': ?:. : t.t.! d ti.r';)
child ;
In malarial districts thtir \:1"5.. ? !Injured will de.! born cf blood poison or scrofula-tunic : j,..rvnt.. e, .-

I widely osniztl., a:; tr > tw ,.. Birmingham Becomes After midnight last night several] is poorly equipped for life's duties. *;) .
'.: f( _
peculiar properties in 1nclr.l tn bodies of persons who were crushed Scrofula is a dlsea..eY1th numcrons p.rA varifi: : ,, tal ...... -e- ;
system from t!>it polsoa. tacgantly Charnel House. In the panic were found I lying in the symptoms ; enlarged glands or tumors about the' r t(1' j : .

t augarOIt&d. weeds in a vacant lot adjoining the' and armpits catarrh of the head weak eyes ant .::ri.-n-;; :"
Take No Substitute -- DEATH LIST OVER A HUNDRED. churrh. They had scrambled out of skin eruptions upon difierent parts of the body shiny! ) the! .. .

-- -- - the mass of struggling humanity with presence of tuberctlar: or scrofulous matter in the f;o. .! 7-; .

na'CH SCHUDII.K and stealthy: disease entrenches itself securely! in the .<. '., '
GK.NKKU: Two Delegates: Engage In an Alter1 | broken limbs or crushed breasts and and t-
the bones
had crawled awaIn. this: manner to tissue destroys the red corpuscles <-f t!:. .'
FlloWil; i3 ti.e scirjdale fir the I 1! cation and the Word "Fight"! Being HP! white swelling,. a pallid waxy appearance cf tat riot Ire : .: .:

i govemmf'Qt -:t'11Uit'r General French Mistaken for "Fire" Audience Starr.- BEAUTY TRIUMPHS, a gradual wa"tlngaway cf the body. -
wliicn THE NEWS prims f.r thebenefit ; Investigation! tlI! morning show; S S. S. combines both .
'Tl fVcM Treasure. purifying and tonic _
a -
of the merchants: wri.j hip i| Crushed Maimed cr that r.o white people! were killed! !In properti ; .
Beauty wonun's greatest charta. Tb tecii entirely: vegetable! making it ti.i- .' -
their ;jood: to tbearious *rmy.posts Suffocated In the Struggling Mass world the panic. A number of white v'g- .
j adores beautiful women. A all scrofulous affections. It :_
prettj t
: I !itors were In the church at tie time: port
r LeareP..I&col& ...... .7.ens.m. I cf Humanity-Hsrrcr Occurred Just this woman Brea-Israternityforfear of losing and several of them were hurt in th- Lloyd makes it rich and sty ap ar i
,, L..av" lirrha"b". .. ._._.... 7:51! ". u:. | [oOwer. What can be done t'lerpetn- permanent cure is soon effected S -- -
i Ls'Pcken.. .. _. .... ":((10 (0, After Booker WashiLgtcn Had Concluded ate the race and keep women beautiful! wild scramble, but nose will die the i
Lr.rr, t.rra:1I .. .. ,__ '!.:IS: a. m'j' There is a babn used by cultured l and uai I i I Policeman Elide.! who digestion and -u.-imiUtioa of: : -
t f k. Ifr&,,! Penb4coIJ' .... ..... .. _)9:133 a. : an Address. cultured in the cri i I', : was standIng lot proj.cities: to the fIJ and quickens the urn;: .ti i.. ; : :
Arrive Hllrrar.t', 11:10 ". m. and: then i women > : at the pxit endeavoring to quiet: ci:)r t'-. thet; kn: ::r.'! vi;.:-ur to the weak ar. : i-r. t' ...
metes a trip to KortMcRe* aadt&ture- { Birmingham. Aa.: St.; i"'.-In an investigate this redeily in ordei the mad throng was caught between Write :
+ i HarritiK-a | u-> aJI1ut your case and our ; : '
; tarr.' to to reassure their wives as to the ease T'l"c.m. v-jll: kh.' : .
Leaves lav, K.cfci-c tlarrall,... ...u.. .. ..... nou. 1 l:2Sp.mi-b p. ra.j i' awful crush of humanity caused by a with which children can be born and the moving! multitude: and the wall In ht'p: yr-u let even'. possible way to regain'.\ .,v.r hn'ih: 1 '
... oon. stampede+ in tie Shiloh negro Ba.t] !=t cf and th<> narrow passage way leading! down Ekm diseases fte .
,; Lt' v?> :>-'col.' .... .. u '"u .:*' p. in.LtaVr. ; : beauty: tutor !gnre retaintd.Motller's ; THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CC..
4 Picki* .u.. .. ::i:15p.in5 d ur'h at A\'I hue G and X:!:+-t"-rLr', to thv stairs and had nearly all! t;.: At'n..
g ,b Arr.v-" j<"rr4nt'.. S:3i: ) p. m. and ic&kti > Friend ,
{ is aT trli, :o McKfc aad return street last night over Iw ;'rruL-, r>- clothing: ; torn from his body. -

'+a I )t t.. Wednf-dsya! '' audraturdayrthe kalt-c; and about S" seriously l ujirTtt ;: .. is the name t y which! this preparation is Tp to 11:3-1 o'clock today S7 de?
4 wiU:l leavf"lirruncH: via Pick- t caauuj!! oc'.lred\ at :. ui ;i'x .>. kn<.va. It diminishes: the pain allied:; to1:1IJtt'rhnoL brt.i.-s ha 1 been i identified.! The death
r; Tar.. r --.- for jPenvjcola at 6 :;iJ p. m.T. jest as I-,.-.-..-r T Wasiiing ha..f it rei-.rves!: l\e.j i t;sickness::- m: ;'buut prt-gnancy Hat; is now figured at 115. .limit the poi;. II= frll"1, ih.-i hl,..d. :'the. MiUis Harn> r. 1 r. '
-, General French for n-rn1rg cures sore
n : W.
army A. D'AlEtlbPrtP,1l 1 S. Palafea.
.;.: lade.i.I..- <.':''.: < to th-: L.: breast rr..ikcs {-!.I.tC ail: tendons c.tJepon ;: I K .. ,
par; o !r iva pay, fr-Ui tiif- q'{lrter'na'.ter i I' itl HLL...:'' ( i lu . .'

(; : : k f- rt.--; :. ;!*- o i !.f-r. !Vii.- .rs til-- (.'" !.<-; d.j.i.J thhur',1.! :. Muscles: soften a:; rtx under its inlln-: sviinis he the white Pocket cutlery and scisYOU w-lu
: squeezed lily \
t. i .-,
,. ence tie l' Cent: :Jtcl.ates favorably ;ve ; r T
vr. iL'a'! a-! .
the iue, in the comfort thus bestowed.Mother's tmrtTi the fair maid. sors from the finest to the t! jjJVr! ..a' ; !. '
5enylfa .f.
t I)ra-i: !boJ!1.-- ncr r sr'-we-1 in'-\--y Friend is a liniment for external Here u royal flush mounted to her ,I ; ;

STEAMER USE SCHEDULE '' Irftiou.: a:.<: ti.i- aiiil'iimnceTV:. .. application. It is gently rubbelover trow. cheapest at the W'illis\lil.ikali'd:\ r.fC 1 :, / .

oi tSi-- ('tli (a- lilt. riy iM-aiiacitatt-j the parts so severely taxed, and being ] A royal Bush beats a full band every Hardware Co. I jthougu ;.<- may-:

( f ; j morn th!-m uLli! aft-r 1 o'clock in absorbed' lubricates all the muscles I time. (See ILiyl*.) N I tvery woman wai.- -.

=; = lIe wmi iv-nnai'ola ai.ii '1111'on-B atliuns L.- t.;u. mug. e Druggists; sell it for ;i per bottle.: Von She won.-IJjiltimore American.Woman ; ')Wn'kr..dif -:.( will av -. .
have our book "riotherhooJ" free. i i iTbo C. Watson
h Ilaily l.'Ai-fiit: iir.ilay. i Dead Bodies In Rows.End taay MinwiKKKv.; & Co..
The : :- .\ .-
'ILv.t"D ill undersignedtak P tfcimethod! -
a creation. She
CITY OF 'I'A.'U A. m. .s.-...-:.. 'ir-_J'n inr"tt ...."r<. _flr". ,, .1.4.a..... _"ft..r'h' qu uses }f )DtTcnn her rVI'c'a- a-a"'". .*nflV .*...f'W. i. '-.-- ... ..
her smiles ana tears aiiKe for the vanman. ,, ...,
S t 4 yi';. 1 t am Lv "-D'I""I" doziT.d of dead bodies were art 'lUJIJlt'ut! of .-Baltimore Xew!. i tar-t-jiass; nceuea miawne, r.av-j I 'u".
:r.'e ar.! rr.;CPd: Mown: TIP !hill' __
+ 4 Ar Pra;..cola .-. urn Ar M..t?u ', "'iiinFar"c ra.t-d in ru\\ s on tht ground, outside t-ps! ----- ;: Ins had 35 yearexperience.. .

r +t y rtoaal trlP.1:"J. tar house of worship awaiting remov- to th<- ;i-avtrin-nt. sn!'tanlr.! ; yokes Take Care of the M>,>'/ '/ (I lif'/ :"'ir-i'efl >,, ,r
I j limbs and ir.u-rral .
injuries.Greeted l lI Itadinn'r.Y"lcl.u of t: if ,
al to the various undertaking esta'jlishtaecta. c'ty / T-- r ,
$ I The man or woman who=e di.e-- Mp :M. GIODKXP."Xm t't i. ; :.' /y.rovj
while! more than a score by Sickening Sight.In tin i* and whose
flI DOESN'T TRUST HORSES. perfect -torn.schper6)rm jltf 114 .SoutD DeViliit-n-St
e", ,
; ; < --- I were laid out on the benches Inside. an hour the church had bean it* every function i i. wryer: t."ir.OR.MOFFETT'S

fart ai.lnr and Part Idiot N VLn' I The church is the largest house o: 4 1 practically cleared! and the sight whirh i ick. Kodol cleanses purifiV and

t' iY' %, Our >u.u ( nll. Ilidii. i'-orship for negroes ia Birmingham j greeted the eyes of those who hal i| sweetens the stomach and cure poI -- SCces! Ctetera-tefafltDiD,

,! I 1'.1"I" :.; 1.1,1. b ui ;I :uhz:: lift-: ir.l j jp ,a.nd the pastor says there were at come to aid the injured was sickeninfi ;I itively and permanently all stomach !! i b.arrhoct.ut stnttrl any

j a t1-' .,!I..n.I :. .:. -I Ur-v.. I Ltvt: least' 2/MH"n) persons in the edifice when i Down the aisles! and along! the trouble It is the indigestion wonderful and dyspepsia. r flH tat **' H*'' Troubles of

; '! .1 ti!J.. ,... !t.r.,1\k.'r; tht-in. tr. im-d 1'the stampedbf. Instructiocs i outside! of the pews the dead bodies' that ii makini reconstructivej so sick I H '. Oro'4n, 4e

j ... "'. r'.I.J-is t-:... iJr.Mii: tl..-tu III ev- I had been issued to allow no one else :; ot men and women were strewn aaJ j, people well and weak people many strew? ,' E f6 (TCtTHING ecwotR S, a 14.. t r. lit ulatt,

M', : "r I I'irtu t r"lu tJ"! ,- IJ'J\\\ t'j f"ur-ill.l :to Pntrt but' the negroes forced their i the cries of the maimed and cripple! :I Iw by conveying to their bodies all of Costs t1red HaA. ,

1 -.' d.! ; I. ..i it "f tn--i- \'. : way inside the building, and were. "rp heartrending. In a few minutes I, the couri.-hmf-nt in the food they r Only 1a cents !tt Druggist. :EETHi.lf t.

i.t "'Ii.I}' . '. ':]j' ill one xto ut''urr-I :standing in -vfry aiIThe! entracfe I i the work of removing the bodies was eat. H..v. J. H. Holliday, of Holla'dty t4 + or mail i-r. rest. I" C. .. MOFFETT. M. n. ST. LOUIS. MO

t. ; .. t 'i.\ t..- ;jiart ilianilie.i : wa 1 iuralparked.; i j'begun and thf- wails of the relativf-s : Mi i-i'.. write* : Kodol hn* cured Celp Tr KE..eiA.- .!''. it!, .F-t- }.t'i: > r- 1i M. l .. .

h ;i"d ] In I IT me. I con-idf-r it the best mjif-dy I tr : : -, . .
: i 1 ;I" :iy >r* at buiue1 Just a? I BllhnrrYa.binl1tlin nmcl'i'l-i of the dead who had waited! the .. a i r : -
: on used dv : l T .' -
d .i ever tor "i.i and -tomacb'trouble i *
'..- L '- > -1- \i-.. -. .1 l..ii.i- i i f his ad'irr--.In'g.! Hill.! ).!. a negro pep H-r r -. > i '. .. .
P } i' L I : I:' I" 1, : t ;1..11.. ,t \.1 ho, !.Iw,f'r fnini Bah-m'ire! engaged ia outside ronid barJ for set e:.,' I wusjnvpn up by phyician f i .r >.. ,
=. K'id"l: saved my 1'fe. Take'it \ ': .. "
t'T! .. ,;i' \:.->. f i"! Iv t'" t! <' :any < at'-rf-aon! \\ ith; the" rhoir leader M::" i k:# away.: after ineal.. Hargis' Ph.tru.acy.

... -11"1, : : i .r.df 1)r.g!: t1.; .. !>'ampf-.!.. Boaker T.
: I
; 1.1 ; sou'-e.niug an ur.->'r-upi!if-d Brat. and! is:ii" Jjhn Shej'pard: Sidney Kahn
l t I I.. .: I 0I..!. ..', .. and j i said i a blo'.vv! ..struck S >rat- OHM \Vt,:i.T.rton and, M-v.'ial ott'.r prom-: _nn__ ____

\ ',<\ ; ..f.!., ; \ '. .:01. !I..,.. in "). i :;. >'r .>'. "Th.-y are fiahr- n* :.t j.-ero !1"1''r",1'; '- "I.> T-r stan'lar. : There's lots of
't .t r \ '" ', II't'.r.\r".r."j: : i.e' .; *>-r- I1l1wJmf; !! fair.! -,;ts to th' ; money to DP u.ade
t- t ) in real e-tlte-I.Jt, of it. A real <=?-
t 1.] I I. .' '' '.. :''j'!1,"u" Whit Started Stamped fr htfu! rata-tnp0.N|> of thu- tate ion i i u-ually a finder-board t-i fdrE: .itzeftift.
.. .
'. 'n the f-h'j.r! or > : w.rin
nay : t )y. r. ii t- ;iulplt wealth.: Thos. C. Watson &
I' I I' .! :tI" :, :.'.,1 .:.1 I' M I :.- T'-' 'a'flfll "fighting" for jur1 :n th- !lea-: Co.. the leddinj: Real E-t.ue linn

.:.. : ,.. .' ,. "f. !... ( r..uL'.K r.>jftn ma.s.-" : otf
Ii .1 :I' Most 01 the ;I'-a are womf-n. ar i nave rutue =r-i which it w..ulbe

't :: .. t t tllll'. .! .1.1, I..1 al.a..i :: tor :;.,' -cH; 'r. One of the tht i'bvsciatjy! ; !n. many caner tli-.. worth your while! toc'in-ider. (.i< tile

*, r J : .\ k:.. ., .. ,, ,,1" "- ot' )n..r.---- ijiili: 14'unt"d the ro',- faint d and dvi from ,:u"o''atinn. A and see tem to-day and d"ii't: wait

!..., -. II'II 1 .r, '.; j.j..._.. :, 1 1I' tr'Uiu ; arm! ailunn.i.-h': : ;! the pr-ople to J'(<-marka!.].- ft-at'ir. of the < aanity! : :ill to-morrow

J kf ]J' r;II.t: H!* jx-ated the word
.1 : : 1..1\ \ ,11, that no h1O'.11 A as s't.-en "'D ar.y nf, 'v -

ep t 4 ; it : '.: -.. .'i n-i: .- 'ir ni-1! n.ur- ,> "gir.f"VP."S: dir ? and motioned to vic tim... They wr rar ?> '

1'1:': :Nil -,-..'IT nf "I!,- hih'.ar-I ; to be :"a ed. Again thep.vitii 01 (]:L-IJ of SUt'IX' ltftn.

: ; t >' 1': .. i. v !h.--n d ,. ',1 nr.- wHIM : ('orgr'-ganon mistook tIn''

I I" ...i.! ..., .. worl! !Bt" ff,
t i.- t. \ -1", .".u.ri : 'Il1 i r fire and rushed p"lm !!
l- ,! : I'II',!! "I) .. f. -,. .1| -AT tin- -:!! for thp 'i!..ur. Men and worn on A CITY OF MORGUES.

tr, i l? -n' ,. 1 I' ri aL,1 I I :' :, i 1.1,1 IJI: ,,'" I(:-rna :..'1 vr 'l' nh'-s. fought th -irwav

I" 'I 1 1Si. : .' .tra..", ...- ..HIMit ii.t'i th- a.-Us, : and those who: Undertaking Shops cf BirminghamCrowded. -- .\ I .. -

l ti I...,'Ir ": .11"1.;:,.: ;.. 'L.! had had fit-i.:! v.-f-rc T ampled upon likTh. -.- I

9; t !i.' ki." tl'i ( !''I..u|; II :toy : c at tt1P i i Birmingham. AU! 3- ;-tvariotiR : I ITt FINE WINES\ LIQUOB ? ETC.S. I

:1 If f l '". ( :i-i', '. .1 I.. ui nut' ::..".1 1"1"11'l !i.- n'Ist.ttled: : again to stop undertaking! -'' ":.. \1. W9 s .

ss \ in' .'. iru-t a h'-r--, I ..1oul.1 the: stampede but no power on earth < 1'/\\.1 1.1! tL': c r-oicire w.tJ!. L'r !r. '

h,i .I.III t. '- I could star the struggling. fighting of :i, "r-iir- r.-i>tlvXatiui.u --. !" :..t-: T" :., A. l

4 Ii : ; N'i 2- ."- FRIEDMAN
'.*" mass of humanity. The screams of > tap t-: : < '' rr. I I
III 'He i uf the I nile. 'I| women and children! added to the fcor- ; 'arlh-! : fo; "i.ii.g! Ii "1. .d. : ; .-

irdat! N i profes.;?i"n ha advanced more ror of the scene and through mere at\ s-- \\lil i :. ': ha- ",r. .:': ., POBOX 4I.H. TKLM'H- ,71' !;

t ) r.. l'lIyof lute t'J! 1lur< ry. but it i'fright many persons fainted and as in ! rich'! = -'amp. ,il. ar r : S ; "', cz

.11 .',"old !I.t b'u.' d ! wt 'r.. ab- they fell to tar floor were crushed to lIa-; .N:,- :. wL vh ui-\ .' i : >

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d"ath. > : :I iikH( r T \Vair..n iCE !
f..r .mpl. I' I'eldunt needed. AND WOOD.WE
Y 4 :', IleWitf Witch Haz l Kaive! cures !! A Veritable Death Trap. i i.d :a.! '-fi-ii.z t1.. ,i t. ,- .
,, ,
I" ,' i '< ati..ut; r." i, ,. '.
I ; ;
'I'll kly and lIIIti ntly. I'll- The !level of the floor
;'I about 1::; EXPECT '
;! i F f 1"I'f.ll..l.I| fr c'iti. bum-. bruiie. *, '" : .- : : : tne.: '.1' i :. To SUPPLY A Ml CH L> Kt.KU: 11.} \ : i
feet from the and i
j ground
long steps .
\vnuid-. .kll! dl'i. < < >
( "'rt HO lifts( :SCMMKK! : '
t .. load to the sidewalk! from the lobby! ? THAN KVE- J-I.: { IF: j
r -itiit: rffi"I \ Scientifically Distilled
w *-* -.1 troubl tll" No1"1.. :. ,
,1' WI:II bl pdll';.' pi It.. ttiit: ; I lo-t witch 1 Just outside! the main auditorium. Dr:".; !I. : '.' j.hun'.a.I.! ) SEND
t, bl",, walls i-xtpnrt on each side of then US YOUR ORDERS NCW.
r ; ; 'ind :i ',. J. C rm- !L '.. t;.. i Naturally Aged, =
: ori'; i
t' i li-; P.tti111.? -IfcWitt's: Wi'tc'h'll.iz.l I step| :. for 6 or 7 feet and this proved a .
t 1'1, : :> :awn ar- !I." .- .: \ \
.9 I riilve cured me in a .hort vcritabideath! trap. N*>?nx>s who Absolutely Pure. Thompson Olsen d Co
I th--! -ijrair.i' throe '. *"* ;
: E .
s > : \ i ,
tin.-! .'\ ,
1 &i lr ) tt -i !ai'd iial.Hari'i 1 had reached the top of the sttpi''Pro> u.1111 Safest
dJ b .1.! II..a'" > all Cent
: ; h' : -
Pr"rmary." John! >
i' :
'' K 1 II.:, Sheppard, nfdiieyi I' implied violently; forward! and many \\ :. '. I" y. : -- For tale byDannheisser Manresa Street, Telephone J; ,\
Ml. Opiate then could more o'a.: : -- .. -
I Th! --
I I. a:' :.E ; : ---
.. fdi iirtn| them and! in 1"minit: "i! I i- ". '
Yl II. tt ; "' 'IA.taa. ----- -- --- BrosPreserving
I.nh't'H! piled upon! each '>'h- r -t
: r'I: i .. -1:19'!If''ijnt singill, !
height of 10 feet. T.:1: !J' f ICKE&C0.i
fi M i !' 'l' '. ,1.-\. rl''iM' "II|' bvI'll
'. I stMieiilins humanity hi'* 1 k. ,ii: "' .. -. - i
t." 'Jjf I .11"11,11". IIDNEY! DISEASES! !
I trance and the weight of L.".' .
j.i i- :
!iln1 '
nit Plumber
$ $ i nt. IIiu't
i iMl]! I drt'| '..- : i ,I'M- !Ijuii'" X'lthiuj;: 'I was pushed against !it. M.: :".- th.n. ,--e.- .. Gas and Steam Fitter :

; !I. 1211 persons lying on the st- ur. :. .- ,
t < tt. r "I'' dal, ] 'frt or.I.rc ; tro tail nest itd cf al! &. _

v' .',r.:: he ,.;.!.>! Iud) :I wrath the heap of boi'.jt! >::"! frus.iffoeation. y1c No. 6 South

I \ .,1 i I'll- : .!_ "!i-'..,,.,. IL.iit! .- I II j 1 tacea.Lifi, All Kind Palafor Street.

ii V't |I'll i ,!. i., ;':iifiit :mid! fit,. I 1! Work of Rescue Begun. Oi Plumbing and Gas! Fittings Materials Kept OL ihu'nIJI.aHONE inn
x t 4 ; 4 h :i' .t :I': :*Won.. I
TTTO white mt'n'ho w.rt1:1 tro: UL t I
i) enftlu I
1'1'' "IUIIl' ".1..0'1-'" 1'1",11' ;:CIt'raJ I iIi -
J rear of the ( liurch when the u.-h !
; ir.
J b'.ilt' !'. uinrftvi r. i k <.t'ptiUIIIIJ ;:.,."1. 'I
pan c-scaj...d, :;.nct, rcali/ir.x tIn '
s. ;
.iii-! tb is is priiiiibl' in a Iarle lUt"'oi' .A. :
9 i iur ? refundsd.ttmtdiu COI\t&Ins
.- ;aitribiit.-iblf! the IIHIVt.r rxcrdse i oiisness of the situation ru-ht-d, to a money .Avery
corner nt-ar by and turned! in bv :
I..'- railing. It IM (-
i ii: ill 1'ivtivi'ii..t ilfVi-l'ipijji'nt Iud in alarm. The department; amp quickly : i tnt physicians! u this but f hiKlkiy srl'c'ESSOR TO AVERY fc U''Lf''II.I-( <

.' .a t ri i < .r; mil- heart ilis "ise. Troviili-J the ,, and the arrival! of the! wato-:
and Bliddtr
served to alter the troubI IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
crowd!, which' !
j.-itmit' cum slug;: with comfort there is i I
I iin iiidilition in which siniiu; Is con- had gathered around the front of thchurch. 'J.1CI .. ,d >h.Or)

,. J tniiinliciitiii unless It be a totiil.'rciib :l! A squad of police was also W. A. D'ALEMBERTE HARDWARE.

;tt i' 1 >"is or iln'-urb final 1I.1'lIj"Pt-"h. ,'j hastened to the .church and with thee u_ ._____ _

i ; It is! s' .m..1\- lu-tcssary: to say' that ttl firemen finally! succtn-ded in relievln? I

'4 t4 ; i r'tl :! i.I If you want a good Bedstead Iron, Nails Axe. t<5hon h. t Haw Mill! and !l 8teamb'

? .! ,i i ; I IAXD Ii t Supplies, Cooking and Heating titove": Paint Oi-!
n' or a nice Crib for the
l : ;!;: : | l Window Glass GaDs, Pistols and FI-hing Tacki-

-I: res.I
'. tT' be low awl ample: and the slays, if tit Gnrt'f _tn: 'n> !lost their foot. Quina's. I j jMASTER'S

rear', \\ C.IU, aun.Itjnxl L'tsse.r "AOEX8FOR BIRMINGHAM: ROLLING MILL CO I1'-\\r"G
i Pickling I: Revere Giant stitched
% ---- I I SALE. Belting. Northampton Emery

t Curc'.llelnnrrhag: ** 01' the Lungs.t Iy: virtue of a decree of foreclosure ren- Wheel Co., Liftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's K .1 I f-
iti' DR. KINO'STRY ilTiKlby the lion. L. J. Reeves Judge of the i to H.e anxious housewife means the somine, Iron King and Buck Stoves and Ranges; Wn.
t .Several year ince my lung clrcmtrourtof Escambla County, Florida, I i Coups A Co.'* Raw Hide Lace
." S ; were so badly affected that I bad NEW on the-"'th day of July, A. D. I\O DISCOVERY cast: of Albert H. White
: .4 against J.
2t hemorrhages,'I writes A. M. C. Kirby couLt on gas time-coal
many .nd M. M. Kirby bn wfe.and J. W. Con- every some
4 Ake of Wood Ind. "I took reel and Elizabeth Masonic Temple @ Pensacola Fla.
1 treatroent FOR THAT COLD. Conner bis wife. I will times. Why not use gas? We take ,
on Monday,
with several physician with day of October A. l>.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. I0'::iell at PUblic auction before the door pleasure in showing about our
out benefit. I then started to'
t i; any of the county court bouse In
take Foley's Honey and Tar and my Cures ConsumptionCoughs ensacola. Kscambla county. Florida the city, dor-of methDds and prices! knowing full "-

?+m ; lungs are now as sound as a bullet. Colds Bronchitis Asthma described log the legal real hour estate,of situate!ale ,the lying following and being well that we have really the best I ,, \ :t W. B. WnIGar comPANY,
I recommend it in advanced ,
I stages in the city of Fensacoia county of Es- fuel ;o be had-the nearest perfection : \ .
#; of lung trouble." W. A. D'Alem- PneumoniaHayFeverPleurisy i cambia State of Florida, to-wit: LoU
i nineteen (l and that human ingenuity has de \ MAt UYACrrRERs AND DEALERS IS
berte, 121 :;. Talafox. (j twenty (Su In block one
; i hundred
.. LaGrippe Hoarseness :i forty-seven (Ill) of toe New vl?ec. Call, write, telephonequickanswer
_ City Tract as plOr map published by Tnos. C.
; Refrigerators have I Sore Throat, Croup and 1 thereon Watson.and together the hereditaments with the improvements and either way.Peisacola. LUMBER, LATHS,
a appur !
Nvhoopbcf Cough.NO tenance, thereunto belonging or In I

few left, which we will sell I CURE. HO. PAY. chaslr.wise appertaining. Deeds at cost of pug any !,. Gas Co. SAIEDCTPBESSSHINGLESKlilMiSPENgACOLA S.PU .

at cost. Marston $ Quina. I PricaSOC.andS l TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. sYOaw/w A. A.. FISHER, .1 .
Master 25 arts 27 E. Garden St., Pinuccla, Fla. -. FLA.'r .

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A :M..drl Snrvj-or. The Camella. I

the ChildrenAll The Kinsman; Leut.l\'r- ourier tells of The camelia once one of the most

8n early day county surveyor In Kinsman ; popular of hothouse flowers Is almost

stomach and bowel troubles In child or adult county. Kan., who neither i>os- unknown to people of the present gen-

due to a single cause-Indi estlon. art i'l' :OIIIIDY instruments nor could have eration. This was illustrated the other

Flux colic, cholera morbus, diarrhoea, dysentery and Used them if In had. His i method of day by a conversation overheard be- &tPJJi.

all complaints or like nature, are the restltof undigested measuring land: was to tie his ankles fore a florist's window. !

foods fermenting In the stomach. The only way to together with a cord that was just "How funny to have artificial flow

prevent fever and to cure such troubles without injury Ions enough to allow him to step one- ers among the natural ones! They

to perfect the digestion.membranes lining the stomach is to restori fifth of a rod each time, and thus bohbl..1 must be made of wax" said a young :

t he would ttiike out, counting his woman. I

/j K 0 0 0 L DigbetsI steps until he had made a sutrtcient "Pardon me, madam." interjected an for infants and Children.

> What You Eat uumlier to cover the desired distance. elderly woman, a stranger standingnear Ca toria N a liarmlo !substitute: for Castor Oil, Paregoric
The cord or string used by him in ; "the flowers you think artificialare
l l Kodol la the new discovery which Drops and Soothing; Syrup It i.> IMeasaiit.: It
and bowel troubles by removing the cures all stomach fastening his i V's together: says the real camelia! japonicas. I can remember contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic

=*" remedy checks fermentation cause. This famous Leader-Courier, was made of rawhide when nothing was thought to Mil..tniK'e. It lt".trojs AV rius mill allays Ft''t'rbhlle-s.:
Itt. ,-ot! -.; the stomach.I Kodol digests all classes of food and gives purifies to the body and so that when he was traveling: be letter suited to coiffure or corsage It cure Ilarrhn'aand Wind Colic. It rclie\es Teething -

't vise u urishment health and strength It contains through the grass of a morning when than one of the lovely blossoms. They ;: Troubles nub cures Constipation.! It regulates tho

4.' Cure IndlQeition, Dyspepsia and all Stomach Troubles the \II'was on it would b'come'wet Mere always too rare to become common Stoniaeli and Bevel, $giving:; healthy and natural keI).

g !' Df psla Care Is just the thing for dyspepsia and stomach and stretch and they to the The Children's Panacl'\-The Jlother's 1'rieml. acytblnlf !n long troubles. h baa nearly a foot. and so his never appealed
u n ferry \'allI'1, N. Y. Itll.ndUiIf cue CJt catarrh ot the It.omach.- steps were much longer of morning \"ulgar.-Phlladelphil Keeord. The Kind You Have

\J ""I'kfpd nnly hy E. C DeWltt Co.. Chicago.; Sold by .11 dealers. than they were of an evening after the Always BoughfBears

cue- MIMIC-C-Aunhcure: The brunchlue t"vOrlt"irlplI6.hru.houhol .rcml'dy' "D 1111l.c tar cough truubtmr. cold U. croup CIU'liAt sjim: had tliied the whang leather and The follnenm. the Signature of

shoitcncd it. Consequently the manh.mng : It costs the got: eminent of Italy

;! 11 sheppard.Hanjia': Pharmacy Sidney Kann. I ; his land surveyed in the morning about ,::.OftJ n year to keep up the

would have mm'h mme in his Coliseum. Fifty or feisty masons are I I

\ _ad \'I'inllllf'n'. Money In Popcorn. tpiarttr! section than his neighbor who kept at work all the while repairing; I

The retailing of iiopeorn tUH-sn't look hid: his work done in the afternoon.'Ihese breaks and cracks for fear of endangering '

.. ., :,\.r medicine H a di-- old a 1It1'orllt'rs then .
\ like an especially di :iiiiii-d or jiroiuis- surveys established the lives of the tourists who #

: ",p'u you don't want to lug eorumfrcial enterprif-e. but tltht cause anio.\amt even to this constantly visit the place. They are
In Use For Over 30 Years.THE
." ., iLj i br-ik the glindsof there is I.j iz inonoy: In Kipcorii if you daj working under the direction of an architect .
t.r rr Nnu tOY..N.. n .u. Starr? CITY
,:.1 l b-.welIeWitt'= can only Mil enough of it is proved by and engineer employed by the ...., .1:: ._,__T NtR.p.a_ .....,...,-.JI
The kind of n Jinn lie minUter of instruction. _. _
r .; r-urvrrdl.appolnt.:.: the f\iKTieurv of the Humphrey talus Iul.lie --- 0 I
.. 1:1:0: in Washington once, said a
i ,; -" : .. -v-tem of all poison il.of. ('11'\eland. In 1VJ1 the Hiiuiphrej --------- --
:t..r ml do it gently man at the club "when Tom Red was GARDEN SECTION
'I. i
i four of themtie
>, worth :?j Jo- inhering Sum-nor Uullis.Dou't .
-::- tie pleas int effects. : UKi.z.11 of the house of rcprescntatue -
(11M) less than
iiutliins. '
.I : 'I,'" tot the liver. Cure They managed ( He was. hi.ldmg forth with earnestness let a cold run at tin season. -OS1-' uPeiisacola
.- : i 1,1, i i liver and prevent to secure the small capital nccesiry on some theme to a group of Summer colds are the hardest kind to

i ,-' I'ti:irni:icy, John to start them in the puiicorn I l.n!>>Im-vs fril'lulshl'l that luau you seeer cure and if neglected may linger Florida.

-, I-::ey Ivthn.o.v's on a liantl basket l bans i At tint they there l>y the ei;,ar .unt..r piiNh'il his alougforulonth*. A long siege like ,
didn't this will pull down the tronget con -
sell miu-h popeimi. but they ---- -
Kidney Curs inanaset; to keep alive and stuck toa.rrn. ,! way through the crowd. graded UtHIn - r the halltllllllll''ly{ : Hello! will break up the attack at once
------ ---- -
cliti '.:.: :1evs a&d lladder ti ht. I like TcvLty million they dollars are worth all sometliinL' made:- : 1\11I. old !"..\ : IIou do.MHI dos:' Safe: sure act; at "nee. Cure

a I I "Ki-il 't''INJlllt.1] in a manner that cough3, cold*, creep bronchitis, all Beautiful Lots for Sale.
out of .-iMroit free l'1'I'S
iHjpeorn tvs: Inure if a shake far the man throat and lung; tnmt lp The children

,. ,' '// our celebrated I than for his hand and went on with like it. llargi i'"' Plurnucy, John 40x137-'s feet at from $76 to $200 each accord- t
.\ ll'trlzuiitn TrcAt -<*. his tllk."Iwn Sheppard, t Sidney Ivahn.Jf : ,

, .'. Felt Mattresses.i h.IfrieJ! near Mut/en. a holiday II i ed-Tinl I out of our theniwil.fnend .over some therehid one ing to location and surroundings.

/"t'/' iiack or grow rt-sr.rt lunch patrnui/eil l 11 y the Vien- saill"on didn't seem to be happy ... ,
1I I \\ iif *> )lluc In a Storm.
lit'ttePtItlf a hair neM-> i- a tr.'e whidi.! as stated i o\ei him, Ueed. Who is your friend, I:".ei>. one !" aware that it is nut wbe Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,
I by the Vienna T.ulilatt, has the most '
i :u. :! High Dry Fertile Lands.
: tta.v
0')'. itt II ill f the price. singular characteiiMic horizontally to seek a trees shelter in a thiii'ikrstorm. ,
growing .
"IJ.iMl drawI'Ml out, 'He's a fellow ---- -- -
I but if you must take refueethere
A,' <.>uina. over the K-dse of a deep 1101-1 I from :Nework who knows ,
UlorIUt'U then diiuli to the ti'piiolininclni : - low. The tree I isi alKttit ten
-- years ; who 1"II't'lIl1t to know" him than
I any It his ln-1-ii l'\'t 1 that tlitui'inr
: -
ami two years slue as the result of a I offered in Pensacola.
other man in the United :tatc.s.I'-
GOLAY-fIa I l IHmi.1a! of trees during; a storm
landslip. it fell !n\> Its present position troit Tree Press -
would !IH' (his>:iff>.t 1"oMtl<>n. iiiul it i>
with its branches upward and I I Home Seekers Should See" These Lot,.
I said that birds! in the liraiulit-s arc sec! ] __
G' <; and Corn Peal\ pills downward and has .
M ;grown ever I I Thrift; s<|,Iandrrrr.l'h"u .. d mi kl1l. l. \\ lii'ii tile tree is struck l ItJ !

F GONZALEZ: A CO., Prop I, elute ilouenni and leafing just as if I \ Xujioleon entered
the position wire natural. i,i i 141 Ci; the nth jntriciaiis of the city fnun its greater dryness, is a

Micntactcreri !: exerted themseUes to ;gain the fax'or bad! i-oinliifior and! which therefore

i |< >1I t. Mr.U, .\.- U I'l'KKGKOt'M (old RaterIItui.nt I..... >! of the eiiniitieror by all sorts, of llatj I suffers the mot Garden and Alcaniz Streets. ,

STUCK FEEl. It fniii.Mitlx happenthat ice cannot I j I teruig attentions. The most elalmrate

.. d' ;. I 11111"! Industry tor there li'irnild be olitaiiu-d fur use in the fcick. of these\ was l-aiHpiet patteriKil after I Poet Swollen to Immense !".llC. K. C. BRENT, WM.I KNOWLK8, W.C.. HYKK JK., J. B, KEKHK:
__, s :. :, ...,) IIlY your MI'J.lanG room, In sm-h an event it is only lit'poourJ' \"- the famous one offered by Antony to PresidentVicerre.dent
i unur 110m.Iauulacturer., "
.? to a pitcher of cold! "I had kidnptroubp: ?o bid,
: I. < \?u icnuragH[ ( borne Cleopatra.
\ n,. \ :- !L"'tin the comma nil j water and place about it a towtl The tables set in artificial says J. J. Cox of Valley View Ky., .1 's
were an
I : % '. : "c" indirectly benefited 'that I could not work my feet were nar"Bk ,
,.. ' mttnulacturer yoc so.tked in :t solution {.comimsed twoounces garden, floating on pontoons, which
. swollen! to immense size and I was t
t ".or Iltl( or. You ow of ammonium{ nitrate and onepint wir.towed out to sea during the -
confined to bd and physicians
:nn '" '" bleb you live ant my
.. vi. .:.' ', '. i tour udDPOrt. : of ";tier. In a very !shoit time- of the feast. At the lonchiMon of were unable to rive HIP any r 'liffMv I I

about: half an Iuurn'r"nltI water :I the 1'III'IUt't-lI in imitation of Antony doctor finally: pre;crib'-d' Foley'* I

C ?:. 'nil "be on hand iciilfor immediate and 'pall.t-IIl: the costly gold Kidney Cure which mule a well OF PENSACOLA Fl.....

: use.'I and silver plate' was HUM;: into the sea' man of me.V.. A. D'Alemlierte,

? PUBLICITY FOR This little tribute or honor to the em 131 S. Palifox.If _. DJFI.EO'1.'CJI''to.W :: : .
- ---
THE PEOPLE. l'en't and 1'rnell j 'ror wis not so ejnnie as it sicmcd. :\! H. KNOW! EB W. A. BLOUNT" F. C. BRENT V. K FYKU. Jh

he ei iisiis tinreau has i.-sued a re- for the ihutin: ;.:anlt'll"a surromtdid yon want a nice present to giveto D. O. nHE

poit. i.1' Hi" inaiiiitnctiiro of j..>ns and 'I! with nets, and the plate was a friend, go and look through: the I 'f.

: I. U 'ltd LO-.IS on a Cent l 1'..!P :!Is 1:1: 'I.,' iiitiil States for I'.tm. snliseijuci'tlv recoxered.Ill elegant line of !suitable article; at I II

1'1' -II, .\, that a total of s.ti71.741: was J. I. Stephens, you surely can find ; i '
verW'rJ ii Head
il t
'r liisiis Ml
d id li
Mn Iiilsni
". .I, <....Id in lltis! lii'llillf.ictlllt'/ ill the Ideal "'om,,". I something to I'loa-e you. If you! i I g l J
lt\ K\er) b J..1) i'.rhoThe other day I was in a want anything in the Diamond iiu<- ,

: :,, -: ---XX' ti'lne o stiilili-hmeiits! leporting; for i I kind "f i-ion! and saw my wife as the \ha sure to eeee him before you buy. S j w
II- I iiitnl Stalts. 'Ine xaluiof the'ploil'lels t
'1'0 J..I'NU. in the world. i
I..l 1 Is reportetl Rt $".:!:!'. .tll: must perieet! xx'oiiian /jyWe div oar own BJ!!? of Exchange on Great Britain Ireja: t< ,
Lamlnre \\ ?
\i 1"1 1,1N: l, on Improved rf,,II r..- xx-ijis. $! ,. inateriiil li-cd mill i{ I'arive- in int'I'rp.lI'Ihtft; m e oil. .'. de Water coolers that do not i Germ n7. Fraute, An tria Italy, Holland Spain, Delgiaa, Rnsala, >cl
\ I hr;t- or small mmi'itiat low !gtippiles| freight and furl $ | i Fusion, Dt t-uiark and cthrr Eur-pe!' conatnes.UJfbarsed .
'. "i. ,l (Mllim Lf-ilir K. Brooks. seribinj her to a cook I was trying to waste ice, at the Willis 'ay
.' IKN. ::4i :,;. 1'"I"tol t-t; "'bb..rlmlm CVNtT.K Cl' Uri: > li\ IShOOIHULMAll 'II:1:iye: .- ..ImkI ,- I' -Mo ;
: Hardware Co.'s.PARKER'S. "rA -CR"f411'1' upon Jtio Favorable Terms, acid then!
I I ''O.i! 'aUt'n" Taken Payable s t Por ct eUii
1' ,'t1'-luyou 11"''<1 monoy? "-Uiu and |1i..a.4 ('l>u..1 -- I n9r VIIjllol Arrlvs t'.st't

M I harrow. any,a'nnunt, you ". HntIM I Mr- M. L. Ad'an-. Frejonia: Ala %
: term :1<1 lowist rates ei
i h 111"b\o'.nn mproxrd city real took Botanic Blood alm. which efticiuilly j rtr HAIR BALSAM .!XrBo.1et.y Dsuosit :3oxo for Rent In Co iieotioni
.:..1v III. t hbtlr. .I', boutb 1',1.I ..- C1taT...i aid b.arhuthe huT. with which WA liavo R Prlvs Ayartmoat f", ti-. Uta
-it I cured an eating cancer f This eigt tare U en every box of the genuine T' I'-uiti. ,tfl ft Uliurirt ftrovth. i
N .ver Fail to Iteatore Gray of RRntR '
V .
the erne: and fare 1 heores healed Laxative arono'Quinine TaoMs Hair to eta Mouthful Color.
\ ,' \\ \\r: To itoKKow MO.NKYi .*Tua Cum v .p Axm A ....r latlu e.k ,
I I. \ \ lii-urw your pr', up perfectly. Many doctorhad; : the remedy that eared r cold In one dar.- k .n.II"'aI l"mrl-i-u; j -
th I I"'t.. 01 till, *. hey or sell real .?' given up her c-j-e a- !hnpeleliun- I
',,'. Intp'lI'rtyt.anyd-'crlptton.bav.! WE YJILL' FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE!
dndof caeof: cancer: eat 111;,!
"- "' ill-i-ti or tour tax? attended to (
;ell\ ", cir HiMi.'s. l'h.w. f. '..VntmnACoItut. -ore-, -upperatiiigwellni!;;'?, etc.. .
h.s1! 1 J Itiifranvf nn"nt.. Prnsota.FI. have bee:: cared: by HloodAmong 1hllll THE NEW GROCERY STORE. Wf'l l/IoIbr rq "nr to,1,
... .. ,. ,
.1 "
\ 'harirstnahrate.! .. I'o --Vfrvonw : otherMri. JJ M. (in.rnPv.Varrinr "..1..., I" ,10' ,". lie I'Ht.. II. iii "r ,K.. .,
from Null Irnd - .. .
v lut -
n guy a UI n niuucyhiih ,
o = .."U" u "a' I u rur r _
'" to hutld housf. l-tf \ r'tlud.1.1.. Her \1.-(; and; our,.....'.. \\ ...' .,..01, ,I... .... "I r ur

--- lip were raw a.. beet with olleii-ive | r.r;.'. r ; :.',.,, :.: ::'i: ",:'. : ,'cel'I"

I.UI.HI..I..1 HIMIIII-. di-chaige from the eatingore.; MLJMOVER .. ,....,..
... .. Doctors ad vl-rd cutting, but it ...".... .. .11...'" ."1. ., .. ..
1 'I I: I N1 I'outrornitnrn'hrd. Mr. failed. Blued Jl lllll healed. the ::1: : ',', :';" ;':: ,'' \;.: :; "" '. t)
J d' '
I .
\ 1'I: "nli ju Noitli 1ltfl'I..Il
Keeps a Complete First-Class Up-to-Date Stock fur ,1 ..I.! .wp HIVf I..,. .
u. ofKr -
," or"....iyI'ilr :,.-1. sores and Mr". iiiTitey is H- u t a WI,I'hr's Ifnarr MI-t .
will II' ever Botanic Blond! IJilmalo Inv ed ',nl I Ir' 11,1., f" "'" r 10 I : c _
of Fine and Groceries.No
lU-ul. Staple Fancy M .,;Ir." .1Ltnl.urn.rfauL I :"
cur-s tczenu itKl.Ing huiiior- nami.VT ,.. ,,, (
.. . ,, .r-' \I. "" "'U ',r. I
.. 1RI.
'" 1 '. .1 tai ,. ,, 14j
to I 'o VV J. I I.
i hagog 1 11'I
Block. Illrr
""scab* and cale-. bone painulc'T5.. 30 W. Covernment St. Salisbury .r.t .
,. '. t 'J' Nm-'y! luriu.lir"t l rut'!,,, J" ; 1 14 : I.. II. II'". "% ,t. '.... 'Vl" .\ ,_ f
,,,1 III :pniiu utrn't <>7tt 'Itr..U"Ipimpl... *, bld, poi-iui, cubuncle "" I !II I Rt 114 t..,.., '.., ..i.... 'r.,",w \I. : '. 5 .

", scrofula: ri-in:{s and bumps TKLKPHONK aZ7. r.\......VfO to-d"'d_\Ij u': .' I"'fr' r. r tet, rrr" :J.r.lntrnmr'I.. 'u lb. '.lfrtr4 V,II ,nwcf ,, p.
roil Al.I ;. . \\. ,. ,. .
on the -kin :and all blood troubles. ,i'ned .Ir t\ rrl s 'i .1' ?V !o Ill I @
.. ,
neh trap.n'wlu' \ .1 II. V 11. iL, u' : .1.' rim. w'In t
", Drugtrit$1; per large !bottle. 1anv.n',. .. ....1..1' I. ,'.' r'' ..j. .1 :.
V \ j 1 : per erne 1I..lo.1., a liarmartng I afr.dye i' .. .. \
I aLAnol" M". Al.Xl' UITCIIINt '" : II
Jut from the l.,rtor> : Minple of H.tanic Ulood Bilm free Ir > atd.lpSALVONA

I lurniture. IIrgall'(
"'t.I I',",t. ;, ear'iHrruKoimM below K Atlanti/Oa.: n..scribe trouble ,
-tifcial medical advice ent in

: \ I.i ). Tux moht drenaW' lot !nnn -.. d Il.t'pr. It i- I'trrllhlwnrlll: Busiest Best !
t' Biggest
.. 'I/H.'> .\tifiii ea>y, trrrus VW'i KoutU, by tb l'alatu.l1""lm Kislier while: iiiv r'.1sat111 i : !; ucli a remarkable NOT ICFM CHOICEST

remedy, :I'! Hl-md }>.ilni cure: ------
I have beet authorized to tike
the ino-t awful, worst and must -nFfitOl1 -
\\ .,-1'1..1). deep seated: blood dieaes.Knr4 All Evening Call on --ub-crij-tion-; Wm. Jollnug-

\ \l.ii to barn Iwrlierpraitife traIl. 1 Flryan'a paper. "Tl" C'iiiiiiMn.
f 8 AND
\\ -, ti>'rnoutrxtiuurIrturr.an4 lit tree 11ork.. ..,p..n .|...un Arltlintftlr. b .t Your Swell FriciuN The price i$1.1.1)_U per year in adeancp. CONFECTIONER ij [ '

"pp.'rtiinilii's for (sr ,duati- .\t the custom house we weie obligedto t t1 Tho' desiriptr th paler!
:nl Itullra turdHjs.. boardd make a dejxis-it of S francs VII) centimes \, V # you will fin.! will be warmly received -AT-
and imrliculurf can have it sent to tl MM by ut i-aue
Km li 'i' folk-it. New Orleans, nn Bath wl-etl' before euterinuSwit7.etl.tiuL ; \ a if you are well and neatly; (1.00 to the utidf-r-ui.ed. C. APOSTLE'S

lilt Sinee that day faith in H. M. RIXHE, ,
i ,
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.' )111.tarI.UII- -!)' Laud War- the t.I\tllla's of higher education has .t Care Dailv NVw.
\\ 14 East Government St. I
"i"1 :-I..II.i.: \\drtltlon HomeIE "\.I't'\l. There were nine lilejcles, f, ;e*, ,r :&+ able. A woman refinement ,

i M". K Kelley, llnnd r.uildlli Mull I and the ;':i\-iiiiient ..!lki:11 found: th. always, gauges a nuu': well bred in- I Fc'ruerlyCfird': va -tmrantHtand: ,
out.rt' amount of our ill.Io.It' I l-> i tmct< the condition of his linen Woman
t'\ 11- \a x19'1. 0 limplY beer lr by i I ; Every 0.- c ,r-leadif PIIl"'l! pies at J1.7J
novvttI ,1..wlIIII miie times and thin
H. A.FBII'DMA1. patting and he goes into her presence ar I ( Is':ittrrtlr I aaf': H..11 ti w to #Y 1))(, per dozen
lidding t.pVhv should onee\ oa'ssilt iSJ t' l 'j ah'| il the .t .Io''n'
I d \\ ,'II-UH.ll'UllIl''. j'j more) with bounty when hi! shirt
Ml I
\ :
with the multiplication table when .. M\R\L\\hirlaiq Spray
.IITm";: fS* collars and cuITs have been done u[ 71.. ..... ,,,,,..,-,,,_ .
Htidition! cuiiLliiiutl with lr A : ..
:l' \\ hi: .tl'l1lIt unliimtiil .. ...d. .IWO iJ 1 )
I :I '
.. ;i'l. 1'rntll\nLl'i. J. Ituth- z''ri at the Mar Laundry c& \I. .I f i
t A'I.I, N.-U mid pump aver time reaihes the same resultI' : J __ ,'. II......., "....r.l..., I'

't. Not Oil. lii-tallment: S. Ponnett in Chautauiiuan. I I 1-t ,.,,.<....::.1 fvr II.i The e tiny Cap Jes srcsupcnor.cJ .
hat trictl\ >
1W pot .
in- .,
t l'1.. :Merrill, Olne.:'a1m't'la. PiH-IOIH ('\lulolut tI..II"I'. ALL WORK c. o. D. MI Called [for and DeliTcrei Free :|I I otln-r.t'I!If h 1 K'but.cnn'1.cgqptLe..1...-.,.ac..LoI.! If.nll': noI for II.liiMiairit 't na to C"ls'te Balsam if InjfrtioLS."paitla, lturTiI t

1 -- I had trouble for -," I iMBik-M-iIrt K,tee Tt.rr are lu 48 >'iriUif I '
yearwrites full mill' unrAand4'.tl nun- S r
l'l1C'll'L.. .. V. ........... TELEPHONE 114. 27 ST. ,raiiialur .j'lin, M \R'..L(0.. '
Mr*. Uiymond C'inner of I 'a ,1ltnyigfirm
,'- tooh and Kgi: : Shelton, \\'a"h., ":aid the doctor WALKER INGRAHAM Manager. I KoomittcTlmet Bldg New York. ,, tub n'P in neacrIST:

'. Willis Hardware.. IlI1ttt I could\ not help me. I tried Folev's.. I
ct; V and t' first dosrave .>p
Kidney Cure, e very -
1'1''', at. ('hnul.1' i me relief and I am now cured.I ESTABLISHED- 1862. LODGE DIRECTORY CURE: YOURSElf I

ttI \1' \11 I i .ilt.. | 0i\\l: ; reopen ber cannot: say too much for Foley's i rCRL 1'. iiek for ann"ntol
i > \ -. .w..IIH0; V We-.t Jackson Kidney Cur W. A. D'Alemberte. la I to i dot. 1 CM l'.r'-...lnfl.roui.!i'jDi, ,
: ".. tffichlu "grades 9.31 Ccwut d irntu .n or "I""fatku
"- > per month or <'"..1"0' fori 121! S. Palafox. McKENZIE OERTING & CO. PYTHIAS DMi.M* 'n. d tuucoSJ tueutSiTtat,
him rasa -nujM* Petgl' l. tad nx idUu
-- I ..iTKtEii.sCxEyo- of ,
i I I gent pm.onuU
u .vnt <; ooi> i Honey and Tar : a -DALBB8 lil- 0 Pen cola Lodge No. S, K of p.. 'eC'itlO Deld by rvagglefa,
I Foley's aga, or wet in pLae Kopper,
1 \K\H BKIKVE; ManntaotarurAier i meets every Monday enl\ IF *X PfII, Cut
K" *
M. Fl'
. I :. in Hair Hoods! Hata Tollrt I cures colds presents pneumoaJ.s.I Ship Chandlery and General Hardware lag at *,:") at Castle Hal ''_ N I 11 Lao. .r a Uttlr., (.-7i.
f i air oil, etc.,Uv! W. bOTvrnmmtt in toe Bloont WaUOt "Circular KI>| caCHICHCSTER c I 1 Kalldlng. tblrd floor.
80S AND 005 S. P\LAFOX 8TUEET. Visiting brethren cordall- !
\\ ('. "* 1-'OP \! welcomed S ENGLISH
: I r -lle Moreno II'II Yo cst Gregory 1 GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU88EL4 SON'S PCMPB. 4 t.... w. ('mcn...1Fl: i.MLISi1
:. AdltnU h 1Laad t.eld ,... _

[i ( 1' "'1..0\VJ It"4, The Kind You Have Always Bough Gum Sirdiii ?ilia. Jill! Iiallcil IntraaiiBts! dirt:, hckin kin! Seasonable householdand ._...'II'.... .I.'....ur......l.*.......r.t/"...... ... 1rlt....
.. : I I I II.... .. .. yo. r. I..... Ie. ..
t --- --- ------ I COMPASSES. LOGs. ETC -..... '.. P"rt'< T..........'.!.
l t''ERH and Floral Ceilgni- 8aa the kitchen utensils at the .k ;; ..: ....cUrl ".. -...., ..
y! al! designs ordered for customrei.olrtie i C. McKenzie Oertlng Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent ASEO I .__ .t ..n .....1 In Poe ._...." 101.OJ ,
BJguaturo of r .
Moreno, lI':a Welt oJ .6r.urbrtr.lCw.
Gregory .
Hardware Co.'s.
c 3t+dlm I elation. Willis t Yramw w tat .I"w. ........ I'IULL.I' .

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5' 'r5U "........e+ t.........;
r i EDWIN .




Forecast-Partly cloudy tonight i i | PERFECTION 1j
Ii and Tuesday;fresh cast to southeast wind, MEN
Capt. \Vm. Bazzell arrived from with occasional sho'll'en.Temperature !, .0.Na....... < .N.a..*..M.2

points east last night. I
New Steamships Now Nearing Completion in Last 24 Hours:
George Bruce, the shipyard man
,I : Will Be Employed In the of Bagdad, is here today. Minimum m.-._._...._.....7Jdegrees degrees Fall styles now await your inspec-

W. K. Hyer, Jr., left last night for Temperature Elsewhere:

: New Service. Atlanta for a visit of a few days.! Max. Mto tion ; everything to be found that's
Atlanta_ .. *> *
Mrs. W. M. Ball is visiting relatives Bismarck....-.............** ItJ
.... i. III
and friends at Tallahassee. Cincinnati Chicago. ..........-...l new; all sizes and widths. We want .
I obtained from Galveston_._ ...__s* v, "
South well.
A regular steamship line to They are The Misses Griffln'a dancing class Huron ...-___ 6J SiJacksonville' E

j Africa from Pen acol:1: will be inaugurated Texa will meet at St. Joseph's hall tonight Kansas Uty .._... ....__....ii ml, ,6.1 you to call and look at the SHOE:

"You can readily say that the line I Key West........ ................... M w
about the first of theyt''lr Memphis ._..7J 7i u t):
added business Mobile.__..W 711 that's just a bit better than the best.
will to requires,
or as soon as two steamships, be as A. J. Brown of Bagdad, a valued I Montgomery...................... M diNew
and I believe new steamers will be employe of Simpson & Co., is here Orleans.............._..._... frl 71
now under construction in British yew York......_.. us U
today. Savannah ._. "*:J! w
required soon.
shipyards, will have been c'>mplet"d. bt. Louis.... "'I <*
l As now contemplated; regular Miss Daisy Horsier will leave tonight -----
The new vessels will have a net A Different Sort of Leather.A $5.00 TO $7.00
sailings will be made every three for Philadelphia to enter
and I't'iiiisjlvauJ.-i physician a
II register;: of about 3,000 tons Drexel Institute.
months. The Rosewood will arrive ftUfahout his servant which rewinds
: an- built especially: for this new ser- ...PAIR...
early: in January, the other ship Miss Emma Monroe of Bagdadwas j one in a vague; way of the "skinny\ side

: a passenger on the City of Tam- I out and the woolly side In" rhyme. lie
about the first of April. Voyages
C. W. Hifrcrmaa, of the Ha- pa this morning. had just hired a servant who. says the
from Pensacola will be the first riiiladfliiula Ttlograph. had some of

t german Lumber Co., gave: out an I Hon. J. C. Avery went up to Brew- the "ould dart" still cliiigiug< to LIT AIi

ite; A' this authorized morning statement that the for line InB is NEWS a sure I made by these vessels. ton now last in night session to attend there.court, whichis boots.One morning: he noticed his office iATt-1 MVP5 C Y R dQU&0 COI fAATt :

One of the gentlemen here when windows were rather dirty, and, calling -

-+ ,snag! He will be the local repre- the Vermont loaded said to a NEWS Fred W. Marsn, who has been ab- Ilrit1 t, he instructed her to clean Ii DICTATORS I IOF < HICHEST :

rf' z Y "jeutative. sent since the middle of August, returned them before. he fI'tllrul'tl.t the same
{ representative at the time that the FEET FURNISHERS
rt yesterday morning.J. time ho told her that he would stop > < OF
said when
The line, Mr. Hagerman I
company was more than pleasedwith I and purchase a new chamois skin and

+ t + eeu: in his elegant offices in the the conditions found at Pensa: H. Fuller, a mill man of Na- send it home, and with this he was to ; SHOE I FOR CASH ONLY. HIGHCRAOtSHOES
> dawah, Ala., is here today in the Interest >
fE Hf! <*ubuiIdiBtr, will!! be known as clean the windows.
4 cola and he that thiscity
t- predicted i of the lumber business.: After he had pone his rounds lie returned < FASHION > < >
South African
-4 the Atlantic would be made a pointfor I to his office. Glancing nt the Arvvvvv" 102 South Palafox Street.
h Ltd. and will R. 0. Emery of Chicago, a representative Arvvvvv"
Steamship\ Company, the shipment of livestock. He windows he found them thickly
t of the Armour PackingCo. i
t the LllI hum Timber streaked with prease. lie called Bridget ;
t4 ;x $ be controlled by was agreeably surprised, he said, ., is at the Merchants today. and the following colloquy took
i Ltd., of
and Trading Company
that stock could be led from
The Mrs. Williams and Miss Tork- I
,'h The Hagermau- didn't I tell to clean .
London-F.nglaud. "Bridget, you >
: the cars to the ship without trouble, elson dancing class will meet Tues-

_. Lazier Trading Company will be danger, double transfer or inconvenience day night in the Salisbury building. the wlmlows't""Yes "
sor. I
the Peueacola designation of theft -a condition obtaining at Bedo Blount left yesterday to resume "And didn't I tell you to use:! the new LOUIS FRIEDMAN & 00. :

t new enterprise. no other port. THE NEWS gave his his studies at Yale college.He chamois '

1t ?' Cilice the shipment from 1'ensacola will stop en route at Washington "Yes, sor." IS'(.. .
statement at the tim "
Well, did you use it?
$, Ityt -everal mouths ago of a cargo of and at Boston. "Sure, I did sor." are arriving; on every train in fact .
fdEW GOODS is filled from
our store gelling
!' live stock on the steamship Very Henry McLaughlin left yesterdayfor "Let me see the chamois," said the first to second floor cf all the uji\ Latest ___

moat, the regular line has been under SPECIALMEETING St. Louis, Mo., on important doctor and Bridget; promptly broughtit. ; and Newest Goods for our Big Fall Trade. IIii4...
: Then for the first time he learnedthat II!(
I business. He
expects to
: .t.l contemplation and the recent gone his wife had left the house a hair
about ten Just;:: Received a handsome : .
decision of the operators will be of days. I hour before him and bad sent home li e.of HilkWaists and.Flannel C 1 6)t t t05Just t) earli r\1 ..

tt t great benefit to this port. 1 Mrs. Wiley Wolfe and children returned -I some trij e. from .. .:... .. .. l'.. CI(

i to the city this morning from till
The Vermont has been re-charter i flask and White.
I a visit to the family of Mr. A. S. Received One of the Handsomest Lines of LADI ES' .."
said to think its own
4 Every
i ed for early November loading. -- i Seabrooke of Milton DRESS SKIRTS:; ever shown in Pensacola.
nestling; the white, but a white cat It._
I What her cargo will consist of is not OF THE CITY COUNCIL WILL BE Frank Sutter, oil expert, took his that liaJ four kittens of which three J

;: l t. known at present. It is believed, departure yesterday for Andalusia, were while and the fourth was black, Carpets Mattings and Rugs ::

{ 1 i .wever, that the cargo will be made I HELD TO-NIGHT. Ala, where he secured a contract to gate the. first place In her affections OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.Iu .
to sett). Once they were all broughtInto d(
it ti UI; ,.f timber with a deck-load of I -- sink an artesian well. the drawing; room to be "shownoff. Un Department we can sava you money, as we d..t.t; 112

." Besides the humans the room competition.UPHOLSTERY -.
tl '.ittle. I A special meeting of the city. Miss Anna Thompson of Bagdad any

4 ;Mr. Liughum, president of the I passed;: through the city this morn- contained a treat Newfoundland dog.llithcito .
k k.I + council will be held tonight to take cat and d"g had been on : GOODS of every Description. We huv. !
ing la resume attendance at the college -
x i'+ + company, sailed from London for up and consider the question at issue friendly terms but now pussy -honoJUlul'h jut received one of the largest lines ever brought; her IIiII

Johannesburg on Soptembr C. at Tuskeegee, Ala. anxiety lest the dog might harm We can save you money on these good! ; .
; with the city and water com i
Mrs. W. G. Chipley and son, who her black Itt< t especially.; At last she
t When he arrives there he will in-
t ,1 r F: pany. have beeu guests of )Ir. and Mrs. C. seized it by the neck and bore it beneath SHOES! .< SHOES!! ..* SHOES!!! .
i v-"ttgate stock conditions, and if the lowest piece of furniture,
The water I
company wa given -tdays W. Hagerman, left yesterday for ..
favorable will where the dug; l'OlIltlllot l'u ssibly craw I, ]?y the Carload for Men, Ladies! and Children. If y. ,: "
1 [ I'.t-y are probably to make certain changes in its their home at New Orleans. but she merely mewed to the others to can't get what you want here there is uo use t<> !i.:",t' I

fv c able that a portion of the Vermont'sc. plant to comply with the terms of its E. W. Newman, of the Central of follow her as best they could. The for it elsewhere.;: We have what you want right t c! ,,:?

; :# 1 .- be of live stock. (black kitten owed all this rare to its at prices hard to beat.
t t ; ; &r;o franchise. The council will say tonight Georgia railroad and the Savannah: &f(
i 'V-: $ Mr. has been advi-ed ;: line is in color more happy\ in this respect\ than 300 Pairs Lidifs' Button and Lice Shoes, wort! *:> '
Hagerman steamship the city combining '
1 its whether or not these;: required I the black shcvp which: is said to be in |:2 60 and $:tOO, to close out at only $l.1J1l11atr. I'I!!
". ) yA1 '1.* t1.: it the names of the new rteauisliip pleasure with business. .
: changes have been satisfactorily every t'k.-Ixl'lllIIe.; ........... - III

? as selected!; are the Kmewood made. Mr. H. H. Hall, editor of the Milton -
"f! Journal You must have good to make Louis Friedman & Co.
!' 1 .t'a1 the Pine wood. They are built -- -- accompanied by Mrs.
buckwheat cakes. The West Florida
a s x-res ly for the Linghuin company MURDERERIS Johnson came down on the City of Steam Bakery sells FleKchmau'sCompressed li'
; Tampa on their to Molino to
ea*t. two cake or one MWNNNHmI
} .id for this t ew line."In I
sJ i visit: relatives. cake and one ticket for a nickel. i .

.i the meantimeaid: the .
J SLOWLY DYING Kd. Keene, an employe of the For the next -- -

'* ,r *-t!' gentlemau"the steam-hip Vermont I II I mills at Century, was in the city last At Alraost t C OS t 60 days-furniture
: m will load here uguiu"early in November I night en route to his post I.f duty 'i M. Pryor's to make room for at (). NEIL\ ORLEANS COLLEGE OF PIIAIUI \ .
\ $ for South Africa. We are Will Smith, one of the eight convicted I after a pleasant day spent with his i stock.

A School of l'hlullla"I
1-- Lot sure whether live tock will murderers of W. B. Moore, at I family at Bagdad. -- I'harniaeyonducted by
it I I will watches
and .
repair your iimplftecourt [,l'cture.1Vlth Laboratory Instrudloii in I'M \ ;: -
ti t.i$ form put of this vessel's: cargo: : or McDaviJ, three years ago, is slowly Ii i Dado McDavid: a graduate of the I I Jewelry in first-class style. J. 1dtephens. ] [ TR BorANY. HHYrtlIOO\ and MATEUIA MKUI: I buiiilmp. with. instruction tbat I'mln4'lItJy I practical "- ,
.'r"' i not, one ehtputentof cattlu win:11 forut dying at the county jail.: The complaint Vanderbilt University at Nashville, r ilon begtnsuct.zC.: t ees I'ij per '. lon. raandr"rCAJIPti'rRRETNI: : : I A

I has! been employed as prescription | -
is He has: -
a principal put of the buine "'. consumption.

4' LT rattle it sent tll that country for the grown: very weak lately and it i i3 ofll- clerk resides at at the Chomukla.Crescent drug store. He | LOSING WEIGHT ? I 1W W WNICK'S OPERA HOUSE

f mrpooof stocking the Boer farm.I' clally stated: his death is a question i 'I
; ; ; (
Mrs.! Unas. T. Meacham, who has .. .
----- --
t i of a short time.JAILED Then your food is not being properly -
General will be sent by
carrots; -- I been visiting her mother, Mr,. S. E. |i digested and perfect digestionand ONE NIGHT

every steamer, and Mr. Lin'hum. I Pollock for the pan three week, assimilation are essential t*> the I

rj, '' w0! was: here at the time the Verri' FOR returned to her home in Kingston, puttinz! on of solid flesh. To bring I Saturday September !7th
C1 IF about this change you should take ,
N. C.,
: ut sailed, will again: vi-it here Saturday night. Hosteller's Stomach Bitters. It will

1iF"i i1 fttiout February: 1 to inaugurate: tlsin HORSE STEALING! Rutland Lindsay and Theodore put the stomach in rood condition ,
and make digestion perfect. It also As Presented 200 Ni Ij! :-
f .w service with the new ve :ejs __ I Jones: have gone to New Orleans to I cures HEADACHE, INSOMNIA. DYF- I rick TheatrtA -. n \

1 i take positions on the Monarch. l'El': U)1 LIVER AND KIDNEY RB TAURANT .
H will tha services ..
r :\ < > investigate; Fantastic Corned '
t Will Bryant, a negro, was jailed Lindsay will be put in the engine I COMI-L.AIXTS. We urge you to try it. .-nUtlt
t4, from Peusucola. in It never fails. |
k here Saturday night ou a commit I place Harry Haley. I Ii i
It is tlit intention to spud out I
ment i U-ued by Justice Modestes and costumers are being i HOSTETTER'S -

d t -'i;' i -t-eral cargoes, but the pre-t'nt rate charging horse ;stealing Harrison'l I I rushed to apparel the attendants and CAPTAINJINKS

1' s war in New York works .,. iin-t us a two beautiful young ladies who will DAILY MENUS
alleged to have stolen a fine animal STOMACH BITTERS.
Jy ; tai, little in getting shipment' be wedded on October 11 and 15 to 'I
from a farmer at Olive and sold it to prominent business Comprise; all the ip-to-
'w young men. Announcements
I "Frum reports we have: received, ItO'
f I
an old gentleman at Myrtle Grove are not yet in order. I Date Dishes the Mar- OJ(
.: Cittlesent: to the country are doing kets of the World
for low He claims that
very price. Yesterday afternoon L
Capt. Wm. Curse I t1"t{:
the horse was given to him by Hutchins, superintendent; for this 'I Afford.

A CAI'S IXTF.LLtGI'.XCr.. another negro to sell. district of the life-saving service, I "WITHELIZABETH .\ / '\LS,
went over to the !I 01'I
life-saving !station
Dumb Animals Can Scent hanger
i4I '
AHMED"FEMALEUINATIG and Captain Broadbent, iu charge of I Ladies' Private

A cat will refuse to drink coffee but the station, had his crew go through : DRINKCL'KED KENN' : .I"\'
I II i
and thrive Postum Parlor.
will drink on I the lifesaving drill. Capt. Hulcb- Dining ,

Food Cotfee. ins arrived here Saiurday. CL'KED And a Harmoniously; P'... 'e '
:Mrs. Alice Gould of May wood. Ill.. i i I pany< includ.'uTHEODORE !, -
'vd says "Cotlee drinking! made me J. H. Wright, local representative WHITE RIBBON
very much run down, :and I thought for the Southern Cotton Oif Co., has Regular Dinner Daily. BABC' h
{ t' I mould have to give up my work. Kotuulf Saoilor (nil lr yirrx it glum ,f
v r "I was induced to try Postum by a been kept on the road for the past voter,tea,nr cof't trithvulpalunt't tnoichdyr. .
Mr*. Frances C. Bethea, about 05; I People in the Org.I n
friend who had suffered four years week, spending most the time in I, White Ribbon Remedy will cure or destroy .

t +,t ; from severe sick headaches: lastingfor years old, is in the county jail awaiting I! Leon, Jackson and Gadsden coun- ': the diseased, whether appetite the patient for alcoftolic U a confirmed utimulants I Short Orders Promptly Curtain rises at H 11. II -

several days at a time, who said inebriate, a 'tlppler," social Filled )) -
ties. drinker Night or
the arrival of an officer from the Yesterday he went to Mont- or ay.HIt'
that since using: Postum Coffee she 'I up I drunkard. I mpoiible for anyone to bare an i
,I + had been entirely free from an at- insane asylum. The. old lady: has gomery, returning this morning. At j appetite,for alcoholic liquors alter using I II Lay the dust. J"OUClll1llf/o/
tack. I found that by making Pos I noon he left for I Remedy. I IMrs. ,' 1I'.l!'tV
a the
f lost her mind. She is very quiet but trip over the S. B, I Indorsed by Members of w. C. T. L Romethlng Good to Eat garden hose at
tum according to directions it was & N. 0. division to buy cotton seed. : Moore,cress superintendent of Woo' you wish,you'll find It at
a equal to coffee in flavor. talks continually about her money mans, Christian Temperance Union Ventura I' Hardware Co.
is months since I be- California, writes: -I have tested
t. : "It now six
r gin drinking Postum and I have and has an idea somebody is goingto You can get your house drunkards White Ribbon,and Remedy the cures on have very been obstinate many. Nick Apostle'sI.Popular Cleaning ladies skirt- c'< "'"*.

gained 18 pounds in weight. It has rob her. She lived with relatives In many cases the Remedy wu given se-I I Is one of onr specialties; Kr'I."J.
built ino up and I feel like a new near Bluff Springs. furnished complete at Mar- done crelly.White I cheerfully Ribbon recommend and RestaurantFor dry.
Remedy. Members: of
"i j person. ston $ Quina's on easy onr Union are delighted to and an economical '
pay- '
k7 "We all drink it now, even to they "Cent.HlT ." treatment to aid nI In our temperance For
i' eat, who is the pet of the family and "An Albany man has sent a cent to ments, weekly or lnonthly.C.A.BTO wk" If Yon \\V ant Pit. :. '
Druggists or by mall, H. Trial t.
it i is funny to see him drink his bowl the treasury conscience fund." package
z, +t j of Postum Food Coffee every morn- ".Must have a centsitive conscience." RSA. tree by writing Mrs. A. Townsend (for f .
Jo?. We often try to get him to Bean this" Iu! Kind Yea Han "!fta/sBci$ years secretary of a Woman' Christ a bad taste in the month take The bft :
"Or a pennyurlous one. -Cleveland: ian Temperance Union), 218 Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver bItftesses price : .
drink coffee but he has the good Tremont IevPr r '
t iis sense to refuse it." Plain Dealer. "'fa Liar &&ffi4 St., Boston Mas*. Hold in Pensacola by Tablets. For sale by all druggists o. : :
s x Htaoau Bros.,21 a. Talafoi St. and medicine dealers niture Btere.

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