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 23, 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
30.433333 x -87.2


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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Young. Special to The Daily News i[ Special to The Daily News: 1 i at Detroit.

Columbia. S C.. Stt. :22.!:! -An exmsion '
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uinhia.. on the Atlantic Coast Line, for lieutenant governor and I

"I!>, News.i I --- was wrc'cki-1 at the! passenger: depotat less: : s ;Tious ones fur the nomination Special to The Daily News: -

i-1'el,rc Saturday! night and a nu-B- for secretary ot state, there would bj of tuv.. t.' ans. General Bliss then
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I COUNTY i,,'r .:; people( estimated at from 20 positive Hjathy bore this morning tlw sad: \ lie was to present a service medals

11'uon;; to .i iviinle t 1 .. i. \VIMmore or loss injured day preceding the state )Republican I and gray uniforms ut' the Spanish( war to Mi h-igau: veterans of the Spanish

: .' tUUir I EXPENSES li seems the excursion train was convention. Many delegates are In I veterans, whose third annual reunionis war when the convention adjourned

.1.1 ni with ta nn; in two sections. The first section i the ground being made memorable and historical but that he wished first to present

.:,11; Puliwr, vk.ii -- had disi! :barged: its passengers at .ho sition There is little or no change in the by the II:(>sent'l' of President Theo Comrade Teddy Hoosevelt with one.

"ssters t II.I\ I to:: and sidetracked oa to the mainline situation concerning the ticket. The J dOle Roosevelt, is seen at every turn He accordingly requested Mrs. Lewis,

'.t t s\\'tJl..l-slu1l".1 Special to The Daily News used by the freight in going!: tn general opinion this morning was that in Detroit today. Additional dele- o the Ladies Auxiliary, to presentthe

is i fhea long ant I'iu :.r a'on. St pI. H.: : -The county commissioners the yal d. It had been there but a by the nominations to be made there gates and veterans who Lave come ta I medal to the president The pre k I

have estimated the expenses lew minutes when the Wadesboio would !be but one candidate for lieutenant scntation was made amidst the greatest
it'S loge, th-.: I attend the reunion are arriving 0:11 r
of Hbb county for the fiscal i freight came around the curve at a governor: George K. Slieldeu.Senator 1 enthusiasm. The convention then
train. The to seeand
; iaes which the! year 1902-1M3!\ : at $lo&iGS.9r: \ iteai- Hvtly gait and the engines crashed Platt, speaking of the lieu- every opportunity adjourned and the president and par- ,

ailments to buy/; bed as follows. General expense, together.: TIt height train being the tent gjvtrawFhip today, says: cheer the president has: broughtto ty left the armory. They drove Im I

; 'i inn- tooth mi.s;:)- $23.620.47: : ; loft home $9, ti,31:! ; roads, lightest one of the word burners, "Mr. WooUiuff will not be the can- Detroit today thousands of people mediately to the yacht KalamazoJ: ,

';;. !..iilothin! !;; a $22.036.81; paupers.' $4.91o.l; court mounted the mogul that was pulling didate of the convention. It \vonla from nearby cities and towns. Tire which was boarded for a ride down the t

:h.Il! a pair UCf"2 house. $3.390.28; bridges, $2.7S0.37! ; jail the excursion train and toppled pvei be poor policy, indeed, to get the pea. second day of the president's visit river, returning: time for the pr 3-

$,J-r'>.08; superior (court $5.- in the ditch. pie Into the belief! that one person can nere dawned warm and pleasant idcnt to review the parade of the veterans -

$3,390; city court $,814.15 The coaches on the excursion train confiscate the office for an indefinite President Roosevelt arose at 7:43: 1 and local military.

=- city court jury 2542.71:! :! ; public works, were not injured but the passengers .. o'clock this morning after a refreshing

rapK: $ 3'.r13: coroner's jury, $::!,:J4,71:! ; public many of whom were standing in the Woodruff has ben: treated in night's sleep, which was interrupted

Bi3 BfctK' Si-- -- wois! $333.03; coroner's jury, aisles! an d sitting on the arms of the an unpiecedentedly generous way by only I once. About 2 o'clock this MEASURE CREATES i

<*!&?&=\ '-> $339 03; ordinary's jury $:::39.03' ; seats were thrown down and bruisedand his party and I believe the p:- stnt morning an enthusiastic delegation oteterans

>iiJz ? schools $:,,nluG6s The county tax cut and butt in several ways. Hurry Is by ill-advised friends of his." FURORESpecial
arrived from Saginaw and
\ f f f'- to be ir-ceived from the railroads during There was the greatest excitementfor "Who, in your judgment, will be the \
% Headed hand they
Bay City. by a
said fiscal year Is estimated at a time. The injured passengers candidate?"
marched to the hotel Cadillac and serenaded -
fAiV $H .IjHO. which amount shall be credited were taken into the waiting rooms "I presume Mr. Sheldon. I fbi

I. to the general expense( approprl- and ,dining hall where their wound that the delegates are mainly for the president. He did not to The Dally News. y
arise: however. The president was
> a ion. thus having a balance $H3,- were attpnih"! by physicians.r.ngine him." I
joined by a small party of friends f J" Now York, Sept :2.-Xu MIKO the
.7 excursion
%:' !:1 i."i. to be raised by ta:>.atiou. r HOWMT. uf When shown Mr. Platt's statement
; frain: and n!.)!in.'d' Trmi Uassott. H Lieutenant CrOvl'rnr'oodruft' said breakfast, which was eaten in the days of the Irish home rule) hill has

..- 'i WOMANTATALLYBURNED II th" :ii'-ihit; were ricitly! ;! bruised an* that lie had announced repeatedlythat Hemis.l room at the Cadillac. any government measure in this cou-i-

try created such widespread excitement
111'' Convention; Hall Crowded.
he was not a candidate and ha
: : and fierce opposition! as the educational
now declared. that he would not accent The delegates began gathering in

I''Nfe'i" .7. i'l...'. BOAT LINE FOR I I the nomination un Jf any cir the Light Guard armory, the convention Balfour I pxperts.measures cables which The Tribune'sLondon Premier!
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correspondent to place upon
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S .t1 \ II{' 1'-- \ ,Special to The Daily News.K. i FOREIGN called! the delegates to order the floar cially.
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'I\\\- soldierly looking men. Thegalleries popular control of schools for whicli:
/ \ h' (:i to The Daily News, : MISSION
\\' ;" Benjamin Russell was fatally burnedby I were packed with men and the people are rated and taxed. Wonv-n

the explosion of a kerosene can. Milledgevflc.i.L: : S" i.t. 22: -Captain ; women, who had come to hear President arc taking prominent part in the

Gillette, ot the I'nited: Snnirrr.;; demonstrations against; the schemi1.
!n I""I'lnnl Mi.i.ains which caused hI'lPath several hour i Roosevelt's! address to the veter
i is en-loavoiins! to 't Special tIThe. News.N.v with the cry "No rats without control
; ix-d ilothmg from later. She was trying to start a fir e engineer (corps ailS The armory was beautifully 1

Mit-uia, two men's operaot in a wood stove, and after several I information of probable shippers' at York. Sept. 2:.-For the first I decorated. A background of maple' "

hlue and white e )r- unsuccessful attempts, picked up a can l this )point for a boat line on the Ocr time in st-veial )earlS the American I trees formed a canopy over the platform i r

'i.mnV I garters:; ; her draw- containing nearly a gallon: of ken nee river. It is Captain Gillette's board of commissioners for foreign from which the speaker addressed A CHURCH ,
missions! has been able, it i I. announ--
utilize the appropriation
R skirt : polka dot waist; 'iHto i-'iir some into the store purpose the assemblage. Hung from

-Uppers! ; her hat. threes Th'rl''a" :smoldering fir.- in thgrate -I made by the lat congress in mak- ed. to close its fiscal year free from the renter of the green canopy was a I

shoes, all well worn :; and lio|,) "!I"> could! move the: Irs an examination the river from debt and with a balance to its creditin large tladraped picture of President MILITANT ARMY

-t r?. I'oat.'f'st and 'in- ( an ;!i'tiiv tl.i.,hi-1 I up) and causaltlit Skull Shoals to Dublin tho present the treasury. At the beginning, Hoo-,'\.lt. The front of the platTorm J

". ,> of wra; )ting par -! '11 MX! < .i', t i't take fire, and an head of navigation with a v"'W to ascertaining of tlio last fiscal year Si pt. 1. IStfl, was entirely! hidden by great; masses -- .

d |1"ii.toi! "1 Solonum. :'.|frHOI.Ia. :; tId.! >,on! fulii.v.i; j if the stream can be opened the hoard found itself with a dent of of golden rod. Festoons of greenery

\ | uttitt..>r; for tramTIlt' river is only us",! 1102.341. This has been entirely liquidated hung!: from the trusses of the big hal Special to The Daily News: ,'

\\i'" I i. i broKfii comb' at presort for rafting timber to Darien and the hoard found on Sept. and suspended from the center truss Now: Turk" Sept :22 -There hn: '

TO LAUNCH 1. Isi.12, a balance of $1.4G1 of ua"xpeaded Just been IncorpniHivd under the ans-
il. iv |IIi: and tt.ap.-r was a great eagle outspread
money to its credit. wings made from greenery. Large pi< i-s! of the Protestant F Kpiipa
DRAGNET THROWN The receipts lor the year were church of the New York diocebe .in
Ir" ,idc Bore Blond Stains. NEW\ STEAMEr I I' I white curtains hung from the galler
$ 4dll;. les' edge; to the main floor and these organization called! the church militant
,1- r...' lid : M I, 11 uin; was I for its
The h.loL1',1 is now picparing; army. Its purposes are to at-
FOR SWINDLER were covered with small maple branches
; i hl'l 111,1'; 'le! ll' .'3nl! annual convention which will be giving a very pretty effect from sist ('hul(Ohl1j;. missions and eocietut
''''I.! .< !i- \\ I- i IA. !red! s\WllllI -- j, hf-lil in OliRrlin. O., from Oct. It to the convention floor. and to engage in evangelical work. it.'I .
Special to Tl.i Daily News:
I !- !!;1te! d' *' J I. It") U.1.. .7 inclusive. One of the most impor will III', generally !l1"h'akinjlattlrn.1

'J'! : libel) :'!! U: o'it' Th- \ViliniiiJt. N C :S, p: ..' -Tstoanii" !:-, Special to The Daily News.ilaclvMwvtli" :ant and interesting features will b'j Air Rang With Cheers. 'I alter the -nr' ,'.-,"ful rhnrcb army if I II

I' .1 il I st'I. tIin; ( -1 its S ';!I'f"1, 1',1:1: :it 1.:1.: Kiver Kla Sept'L'2: :? -The the laying of the cornerstone of the I President Roosevelt was given a tremendous I irnglar.d The establishmFot of a I II

,Al'l'i r'; ir! ath ar- S. ('.. !h\ t Wii'iiiiiston' all,' Li: Martyr memorial in honor of the ovation when he stepped out I church army in the J'nited States was
d It nt ru-tivt-d
police I partnii a circular i
"fit fit' ': I : ,lilt! .'x tb! IJivvr 1'.atlspatatton! company. I:5 missionaries of the board who lost few .
bitty from the jmlice of Was'i- I of the Cadillac: and into his carriageto tried a v ar. ago! but its e"i&t. I
under to he liui-hi-il! iii \t ThHr;;<1aTh.e. 1
'I-'m.; v.f.
Ington D. C.. and Pittsburjr Pa., n- their lies during the recent hazer up drive to the armory. Washingtonand voce N a.- uf liiirt duration I
of I..H :'>. f -> '-. .uid e\ent will! be one of the most notable rising in Chna.
questing them to look out for and arrest Michigan avenues were jammed
'. "I'S d' ,II:. \\1''' in the history: of that $.-('tion. The I
Leonard S. Morris: a white man with people who made the air ring
.'uratt uh \bloo.-l.\ ashuliing new boat i." one of the finest ever built I NEGRO SHOT '
about 50 years of age who has been !SAYS BATTLESHIP with thf"ir'oiel'S as the president I
; i : from Young in this section of the south Atlantic.and : I
defrauding hotels and business men in I
drove briskly away from the hotel in
, i is to l-e used in the coastwisetrade 1"
those cities by passing worthless! the carriage used his drive TO DEATH
same on
( !i .-.. <, which showed for freight and passenger busi I: IS "PRYING" !.
checks and drafts. The letter says yesterday afternoon.: A squad ut
tt'-ro! wet and Assistant ness.The. Saunder cost about $::0.
that :Morrii-! j i.of fine appearance ant mounted police rode before his carriageand
';;.I. \ an said it appeared IDYoiine non A II! 11' p.r-ty of prominent! biu.i- I
i ;, after the murder ne.,. mn of 1'iis; city will po down for altta-;, stop" at fir.-t-class hotels H:' II I a squad of oScers on bicyclescircled : Special to The Daily News.
is heiiev. to be working his way to Special to The Dally News: about it. A stir at the door '
In.trousers: and packed the :launchinK I Atlanta SepY' 22.:! -Ja< k \Vllliains.a .
g Now York Sept :-Thc'Corriola: announced to thos In the armory
I'..' trunk without lettingThe was shot three times an!
: Mauh.:ij. a newspaper, comi'lains: ot the president had arrived. All stood negro
man's tlnderhrt013! wounded by John Petty in Stewr-
I fatally
DR. HENRY M'GOOK the I" S. battleship Iowa's visits :- upon their feet and as the presidentialparty
-rd 1 with blood stains. It AT PILOT art's livery stable, on Alabama street,
. in Diazilian waters, cables the KioJanie.o. entered he walked down the I
u.-i j at the time the pepper
Saturday night. Petty was arrested
Brazil, corresitondent of The main aisle! to the speakers' platform a
n t.c! trunk that the man RESIGNSSpecial I and Williams was taken to the Grady
MOUNTAIN N. C Herald. It says the warship is making great shout went up that made the armory ,.
of the Derby, Cocn..
j % hospital.! The two negroes got into
surreys of the RIo Janeiro bay especially ringAgain and again the veterans -
I i. pepper in his pos;;!'?- an altercation. Oaths and vile epi-
observing the strategical chared the president and besowed
.. ; Tints !'dY1P'cr ir- thts were used, and Petty drew a
to The Daily News points and taking photographs of tha his thanks repeatedly. Nar
-- nu f "m the Young Special to The Dally! News; pistol and fired five times at Williams. /
forts. The newspaper asks the government were the people in the galleries! behindin
,> in,:: in the trunk.CHILDREN'S New York. Sept :22: -Uev. Dr. Henry Three of the bullets took effect an.JWilliam"
Pilot Mountain N. C., fept.Firt: "
,t to stop the Iowa's "prying. their applause. It was many minutes
C. McCook. the foremost
fell to the ground mortally!
at this place burned two wagon factories -
An Italian deputy SIgnor! Gavott! before quiet was restored.
clcrcymen: of the Presbyterion church, and a livery stable. The town wounded. i
has arrived here and will confer with "I'
of the Tabornacle Mayor Welcomes Veterans.
GAMERESULTS has resigned as pastor
F hall was sated: by hard work Ser the minister! of foreign affairs in regard

Presbyterian church, after a oral buildings were damaged.A to thM emigration of his countrymen When quiet hat be"n restored ant' Struck Blind by Electricity. .

FATALLYDaily service of 33 years, says a Times dispatch -- -- -- I to Brazil.CHOLERA. the presidential party had found seats Norfolk. Va.. Sept 22: -John L,. Dege. ?- I I
from Philadelphia. Dr. Mc
an employ- the jtostoffice here -
on the platform Genual Urell, ace-
Certain Cure for Dysentery and
f Cook. whose health has been imperiledfor was struck on the hat by a broken

c the last three years, i is too ill to Diarrhoea. CASES ing commander-in-chief, introduced trolley wire He was found on Bute ft
r. Mayor William C. Maybury. who eloquently 1
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: his i "Some I wa one of a II
.. announce personally resignation to years ago street wandering aimlessly about,
I '.1' N (' Sept. 22.-Severaving the congregation. He will it is understood party that intended making a long I welcomed the Spanish war blind.!! The case puzzles physicians.

i p: in a large pile oft retire to private> life at Devon bicycle trip," says F. L. Taylor, ofNew IN. EGYPT veterans General to the Urell city When he concluded t

t ""vi it this place caused thame and devjte his time to scientific Bradford -- stepped forward
Albany, county
of their number. The and said as he turned to President What you Jay for extract is important
: and historical writing. 'I was taken suddenly with ra\\
i 'burial of the dead" and 6- Roosevelt: but what you get for your
hoea and was about to give up the Special to The Daily! News;
"I have Presi
nothing! to Mr.
f Prank: Tyson was put in a say, money U ten times more Important
when :Editor Ward, of the
JEWELER IN HIS trip, New York. Sept;; :!.-The total dent
i3 i :in the ;;f''IThE' latter num. JJiq'neff'a Vanilla costs more because

:f I: top.lhen; taken out i LaceyvilleJ/esst; i.7trsuggetedthat her of fresh cholrea cases in Epy,)tin hvt.y man on the floor was on his worth more.

t : was dead-suffocated. NEW STANDI I take a dose of Chamberlain's Colic, the week just ended is 6.5S7. says feet cheering and waving his hat 1\3

Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I from his chair
a dispatch to The Times from Alex the president arose TilE SANTA KO9A

" Nut Doomed For Lift' purchased a bottle and took two andria by way of London. There uneer after cheer rent the air while SURF BATHING ESTABLISHMENT

i ,- treated for three years by i doses, one before starting and one on have been 5.9S3 deaths. In the previous : President Roosevelt smilingly bowed

f t, ,I'tor." writes W. A. Greer. have moved my jewelry store to the route. I made the trip success- week there was 9.f'S5 fresh caSES his thanks to his former comrades. Bathing in the warm gulf waters is
t .' -'IbviHe, 0., for Piles and address he
and felt ill effect. and 8.497 deaths. Since the commencement During thp president's conceeded to bQ the finest in the
hut, when all failed, Buck. 120 South Palafox, formerly occu fully never any and wh.
r applauded
VMuca Salve cured me in two pied by Bass: ) &; Co., and am now Again last summer I was almost of the epidemic. July lath, lie was finished repeatedly and thanked! the veteransa n world. Everything; for pleasure with e
the time there have been
I Cure* Burns, Bruises Cut?, better prepared than ever to give completely ran down with an attackof to present broke forth safety. Good board and lodging, by ,
of applause whien
Sores. Halt Rheum 30,651 cases and :23.734!; deaths. storm
t Eruptions,
: o pay. 25c at W. A. D'Al- great bargains in diamonds,watches dysentery. I bought a bottle of ended in three times three cheers. the day 01 we k, Iuncheonprompt

\ '- drus store. jewelry, etc. Call and see me and this same remedy and this time one Fleischman'a Compressed Adjutant General Dyer, of Washington ly served at all h.-urs, day or night.

ltd.anti -- -- let me convince you.J. dose cured me." Hold: by all drug- fresh daily and on ice, at Yeast'l, D. C., responded to Mayor May. CHARLES H. BURTON,
from the;orthrrn Wood
sad .,r.Bi.3cttlv.rtaacanttxoooa. I, STEPHENS. gists and medicine dealers. i Florida Steam Bakery. _.., I !fcurj" address Qf tyelcq. 23. bbl apt i 2m-tf Manager.
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I Andrew Carnegie who bought the
i wywY..3+ 3 y ;twxrYY.YwYi Special Correspondence] famous library belonging to Lord Acton :"v 1
AN OCEAN TRIP The new justice of the supreme has presented it to John Morley. I bequeath to my children Scrofula with all its

court OliverVoii,1 H Holmes! is reported Lord Ou-rtuu has for over thIrty-two I attendant horrors, humiliation and suffering This is a aI

BOSTON to have inn.ntd! from his fa ;i years conducted a Bible class number- strange legacy to leave to posterity ; a heavy burden to : .

MAV YORK, tLer a pparUin? wit and a very well''i, InK 44S members at Dunbarton! Scotland place upon the shoulders of the young. :

iTO Asruu de\eloptil sense of humor. Speculatio I This treacherous disease dwarfs the body and hinders P ja :;:

EASTERN RESORTS .: II the and of the faculties and (
growth development the
is already rife as to what! will happen Congressman Reidler of Ohio denotes
his dairfarm., which i child born of blood poison, or scrofula-tainted parentage It ItIs CI
t L. ; li the new justice in au Inadvertent | his sparetime to

1 l. YThe N \'. ,\ lt Vi moment attempts to exercise either '! supplies 4.UUO Cleveland families with i poorly equipped for life's duties. II
milk. I Scrofula is a disease with numerous and varied
1 t11P COMPANY' : whill' the Court: is: engaged in its dv 1
: about the
OCEAN symptoms enlarged tumors neck
I ; glands or
Marshal C. K Clay of Eluia. Wa!\h.,
: .J LIIV R.1'I'Fr: s "'.Kj-.II'E' '' lilll'r:1: I iOBS. I owns a silver cup presented to hH and armpits catarrh of the head, weak eyes and dreadful -

JO Hour of Ocean Breezes There has not been a eacb of humor grandfather by Thomas ..Jl'ffersollu;;. skin eruptions upon different parts of the body show the

Sailings each WeeK f in Mipivnie' court i>i' I ,
from Savannah. C;:. f which the court was respcusible, siuce' i i Professor C. E. BorchgreUnk, the and stealthy disease entrenches itself securely in the System: ,lit'':

...t.. \f! its ol''ll1Iiza tion. and u joke, if made the bones and tissues, destroys the red corpuscles of the blond n .
'l ,aratn.lllln, u. tin iiimUr Lin.-mtnn I explorer is lu Washington seeking to
Iwrahelnsi....... n.I'I.'IIIIII..ul... I! rI IT' by u member of the bench with for I Interest the Carnegie institution in a white swelling, a pallid, waxy appearance of the skin loss Ul "tIl.tL : .
adrlelhitelnieee n..t.u 1
s, fj! in rnj.jvturiib. iron 1f1f.I'P..w' ,il' iiiluru l'flU I' l III"P'' court ill M'-Mon, would certaiulj be attended i BEAUTY TRIUMPHS new expedition to the south pole. i a gradual wasting away of the body.
[ dwrf rat! 'wort' 1t. .val1l'." and r.u iurnif. rM s. S. S. combines both .
| ......1. ...,1 .,.1 t.. ... y. r by disastrous consequence I Charles S. Onderdonk of Lamy X I purifying and tonic properties an 1 :' : ,
\I 'TI. PflcuUm. Trimturv.
--- I m
;;; RAT". a.afrr.O..a' A joke or witticism calculated: to M., owns the largest goat ranch In the teed entirely vegetable, making it the uV! u f,
Beauty is woman's charm. Th I .
K .n.. ITC *w To all scrofulous affections It purifies d: ,:.. :,
r y | B a Kukrrfs 4dWll.r't1.t I....."!.. Fla. mike a member of tlie supreme court ...orl(1 adores beautiful women. A pretty I. world. He has had as high as I'O.CxK' )
1 .. H.SiliU-ll. ", ..,*,...l P....nil.. Urn. smile would be like: exploding a bomb' blood makes it rich and strong aUIl i an :::. '
't "oI'r permanent : S
+ 'tell in the courtroom. There are a this pow erVhat can be done to perpetuate S
it f qtr 1C'1:lC l CiTf'
R X f
i (l'W mi'iulii'M who probably would not I the race and keep women beautiful i I has the digestion and assimilation of fn" ": : "'
Barrett bought
Browning a new
There is balm used lost properties to the blood and quickens the circulation. kill .
f rtcovir Jpiiu the shock. The others a by cultured and Uncultured I jm: :
"I, OEIEItAIi FHKNCH! SCHKDL'LKFollowing would be safe only in case! they were women in the crisis. Husband residence In Florence, the city of his color to the skin and vigor to the weak and emaciated; holy
: should investigate this remedy in order birth where he has long resided in an Write about and will Jicirfti\
j utterly unable to comprehend the new us your case our physicians : !:
:t is the schedule of the member's meaning | to reassure their wives as to the ease ancient palace once occupied by his help you in every possible way to regain your health. Ii... >k pr:: .
{ f steamer General French with which children can be bcrn and father.
y' I skin diseases free.
? government Chief .Iii-tice fuller although an af | THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta
which TUB NEWS print for the beauty of form and figure retained. John D. Rockefeller has purchased! Ga.

benefit of the merchants who ship; f..l.ltman ;iua.liom. the court. is II | Mother's Buttermilk hill the highest point in
Friendis i
r their goods to thrariouarmyt auk'lhia:. hut a LutuuiNt Jii ti4eIIar i I Westchester! (county N Y., and win ,
poets : l.'ii! is :i ,ian of broad' sj mp'i tines hut I| i: the name by which this preparation ia about FoleyM Kidney Cur makes: tJ"e Rubber hose, all&r. r
I add It to hS already large estate
Leaves tvnmtcnla .., .. Tai a. m. lit has tic serious cast of mind whiili ((1Is. known. It diminishes the pain allied to I'ocantico hills. di-eased kidneys sound so they will the Willis Hard
1 f If I Leans r.arranciiB ... 7.Hi) a. r.:. molded Ion seruce the bench motherhood Used throughout pregnancy el mute the poisons from en* blond wan' t( ,
1c y 1 Si Leave Pickooa .. .. ... X.1"la. m. by ? : on it relieves morning sickness cures sore Sir Robert Ball professor of mathematics W. A. D'Aletnberte, 121 K. Palafox.
Ir t Leaves l.arrancas .. .. ... ....... has a. ni. Justice Iray probably I never made- a and at Cambridge I Know One nre Irfm. ,' /
1 s Loaves cnsaenla .. .. ...hi t:! > a. m. joke in his life and con i.h'rst''ity ui 'f makes elastic all tendons called astronomy ; loran c.belu.ate.[ le t....... .. f....'. .
1i to hold the burden. university, KIVS Ameiica is; doing more
;; Arrives Bwrranc'is 11 :10 a m and thenmakes I upon expanding -- ---
i a trip to r-ort.Mi.Kee and tarn returns bald ti'tc The l late Senator \anee ot :Muscles soften and relax under its influence and better work in astronomy than the Pocket cutlery and scissors You will have pride II. .. 'J

11 ,z : r: :vie wa+ Leaves to Kurrancai I'.rtrrnncai. 1:1\: p. m :North Carolina once w. t (!rain, Eurtpe II and the patient auticipates favorablythe whole of Europe' combined. from the finest to the Bower iarden if they! :ir'
., in some old Italian piae-e! issue, in the comfort thus bestowed. -
Laaveii l icli"nj I::25 p. m. own round. Your iiu-b ':
v' Loaves ivnsaoola ... *::*> p. ">. Hello. (;fray;. s.aidaiue clieeiful ; Mother's Friend is a liniment for external John I' ('rsllu of Svmlesboro, N. J. cheapest at the !Willis :a home, and he can do i: ,
g IxiTfs 1'icki'ns ...... ray p. m t rubbed who was a member of the :New Jersey i
? ,t Arrive* } to )ghee and return \er the parts so severely taxed, and being ; I I '
; a trip Is jour wife a Ions'v;: Svery woman wants :I '
r-t On Wednesday,* and :Saturdays the Mrs nrav was so much along tint ,;( Bbsorbeil lubricates all the muscles. 6; is i1iIll'hii years old and has lived I I own and if she will have i- ?

boat wiil:l leave Karrinciis: via Pick j : v Druggists sell it for f r per Ixrttle You I In his present home for sixty-ih years ; Thus. C. Watson & Ct
oxirhi-ard the :North Carolinamm's ; .
( I
II >>
eno for Pens'icola at 6:.111 p. in. may have our book "flotherhood' free. Whi-n Senator Blackburn: wants to j jI : .
: inquiry, and lfray: never forgave ; leading; Real Estate: AJ- !
The General French is for army | THE BRADFIELD KEGLLAIOS CO.. ATLANTA GAr '' The uudersignedtakethismethod
'ti i I I tell a that what be i" got'
I wr says I II show '
her how .
tt i \.iine 'luut be why he detects can HIme ; -\ i :
a f r purple only awl any outsider uiii-t i| may II i I If jfleniu her service- a a I
I s true, he l' es aUnit it ill this fashion. I I ,
# 'ril'n. have a pafrom the quartermaster humorist I I : !1rot.h s nceiiiPti nidwife inv-: ..
I i
It without that the truth
r wioiied two i.iirenlnmes.. goes saying --- -- --
1 t4rt- o take passage 41 i lier. one glance at Shlras the member of ; : lug li:idio: PU'I: X'lpniiui
1:JO : cull all,1 hlktug three solidiiewsui m iiinoec-nt of any appearance that :
the court From Pennsylvania would'satisfy : i I' faces I 1 Can give best nf 'fen LI es: frolic Buy a new gardellfronl.

.; the iiiUfct casual observer that : ; I'cr columns to a page. l>eiiidce \'- I i statement"I'eiieral leadiuphYlt'iallo.;\ ; .- .,1( I' I i-e't \. the Willi

STEAMER LINE SCHEDULEs h1 has uo time' to ponder over jests I" : in spite of his youth and short : : IVioth has acquired :'lo.imo: :MKM: UM>,ttv1-; HandCompany "1'

r* t.' TTI vs .md no I 1.1 I 1'I."t in thorn It Is not ou i I tEn! if ( life, I., ore of the bestjihertied I acres of hud in \\'l'sh'ru1I'll'alI: jltf I lUSoun: In VUlifi/ bi:< .

'Ij-1 i n cord that Shims Inshnnhml heartily |I. uit-ii tod:lieiore. the public. I: where he will establish a treat:: Sih :i -

s & t 4 ItetwP11 oln ami 1111"-B"I\I "; xv.-> acused... wrongfully, it is i I \ a'fkHlnl Tloonoitir.Dur I' lion Army .ISTH'tiitural and indiis'tMl' n DR. tAOFFET9'rS Cores Che/era/ .Infan( :
I. IIL' tli" last the i'olimy w hrh! 1 be will populate from
year government
h.ft ". linns lUilv 1;xcept SiiiUy ii-iv said, of changing his mind ulna : :"lJ" ". '"' j DiarrhocaDycnt ',
: I I tinimoii.e, tax. !las l saved >:!:I.OIMI l hj the !substitution of I'I't the London slums. the Bovtcl Troubles)
I "; "CITY OF TAMPA. Justice r.rowu would discourage! the 'l: s11llll metallic! dip in place of inbbcr !':"!Ior Sag.Tsta: prime minister of i ''iyduM Children of Any Aged

4 > i bauds' n the handling of registered S'p.iiu.: way oiit-hully a s-xlety reporter :I FAT Aids .
':* Lv Mil ton :a'' am I\ r..nacola.I.Ilpm most iiuetti.ite joker, and Justice r BAf 1 ( Digestion R*<;ul.>
> i ,, f MU ArL'ensnulns. ,'t'nm Ar Milton 'iiiipint : I 1'i-ckli.uii of >:'ework would frighten; i nia'd, )ir. MU'tu-Iangtlj: Louis!: of of Madrid:: taiga'r. He is now' nctthI'lzhtj : ,' I 1.51pia' TEETH, ; I NG powDiwn) tAt Bouels, Strength

i t"rffic.; Hound"KI'The '. him) lit'u' look of auii.setuent with the supply dnisioi iiiado up his mnd'f'iII' e-irs old his face scarred bas : Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists the Child and Mak .
!s f : =- ,
winch hi would! receive the lightest a ,\ ago; thai it was extravagant:; toissin many wriiikli's us was Von Moltke-'s : TEETHING I CAMTCKKEK
M':; Or mail 1 25 rents to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D. ST. LOUIS.
fctin';;estioii! ,;1' frivolity.7h ; r liluT bands for tills purpose dating:; the litttr's dosing: years I All ul .'!t I 1'.1 M itrf.11 :!III."SlrJa: >tk"I"j: u I.r and u 'I-!
g I
SPORTINGVORID ca who know the court best do |i :and told the postmasters be would The new Virginia; : state constitution mrerlwrn.n with yi.urt i* .r; 11. lume UKTHIIf. h-tl, tfir, j."nttnri., *u .... .
trouttleteehmg !Fenrrmody.axrthal.-tedtnt!. hjpt 'dpre' opt 'nti m for iyl. 1rontiuued I,
Y -- .- not think Jnstiie Holmes[ will be able I j I''ri\e them the clips instead. There went into a'id'r'tt on .)nl."' ]0. and Co\-I to i""s ,ff i pun b'( -I ar.,P!,urniii ( lever"'mu'udtnl.. .. ,'a' II, rh' ]. ,|i
IT 13h: ; lut rniifioniil Teunl. I Ito was Iroti'-t., but Louis was firm. Ht-r mother d, li rminei! tt< try Tl F.FT HLAandlna d:i> or twt then wumiereat haaii -1 i _
) t- iniirc'.ss[ it with his sense of the luilurous I.I I. j cinor Montague: was the tint otiuial :I the bowels mn nfuhir aiJllmutl I TIETIII'Aihahtdebabr.II .. ',aagw.'t'mrs.ew ,
1 T hi. tttn' ,1 lI'uHis Matches: to or ('1111",' it to change for amnulent They did! not pet the hauls and the at UUhtuimd to take the oath: Ills Mcl\'EKidturalldl'ruptlltur'laskf': kt i.

+ 1k- be plltd! ,\ II;''. Ii.; 7 alai l I. mi then|!'I its habitual be: Hdlg of eitrcuie book 1 1i at the end of the fiscal I year first art thcieattir was to CI.IIIIIIISMOII I -

jt' ter c' 1 Froundy: of Unt'ICMIIIIthldi'1 dub !. gl'unl .showed I the abwe HIPI "to the ;;ootl:' the: first woman ever allowed to become I -.--

k k4! nt llnj Kulcoii: fork an attract i 'iauneh \Vith n lllslir. ''I'This re\eals sour, thins "f the proper a iKitar.i i>ulile in irgiuia.. MissCarrie I

4ng 11 deal m iiitiMiM The pick of En;- I One ot the lines steam lauuches in ,ions[ of tli" po<-til'hllJlI I M (;iitpiri of L.. nehburg.llrr ; '

I lhh (champion )IS to rouipt'te against; use cm the Potomac is the laullch1..1':: C.IRL scnoruuj.Ml I .
U. : .
I.t t '- -. I lair Ilu.ioe..5.Tonne11'ben
.- Cecil's of
the tlii-t of the iiunrtertnu1'tir's ;
Miss i (ialihil told tin r
'<<';. di'iLirtuieut, L" S. .\.. and di't.uliil .j "ntofcTurn In Their To -.. I in bu;:!iiss, I couldn't help/ I Iu.a

{fi for !smite as the |pleasure launch of tu the first p.Ki< >. the font i III::it lira 11,\' I thinking shi 1II.utt'J' 'l.JtIl1J| t.I U..'-
L ..
+ : '..iKlliat IIOSIIIOD \1'It'UIt I has nevt'll '
J J'" J.. the otticuils of tin war departiiionfShe I )ilMICs!:. .r
s; ..... l h"11 loi-iiiu-d i II\ 1'> ts: or the tinkle t
:: has durum the past summer car I l I ll..
'; I 1 Brow in'-That's about I rlht.TU'lIl'hat : _
- .' r.. i vial ninny of the loading oic.iK of the '11.rlt',1 1 blll'il: hec'ls. CIIU\t'lIit-II'e I ,you might; call n
ar .w also tttsi : of the
i- on
: L Ultm'a1IJO"I.
) government on leisure l'\('ursjllni.!
\\'hlllt'!<;business\ : ;. ill'
; >: mid all praise the lie-iiutiful I little; j thin of the foot iu the: case of the savape. i nl"I\\'IIP-\\'I'II. Fes, cxiept that she
: ; fur hi has to d( much walking
lX The :Mtnt-de: has a IlIswr)'. Built ia ], I retail !scandals: at wholesale l'ltl'I--: pigii0't
t 1\\ through Ions L'lass and undcr wtl1 :
&\ I ) j England) for the :Spanish tro\erument. L'hilul..luh i.1 I't-.'''
iii fit. 'Is. Copsi'tiuc'iitlj! his pui-nubs I I't -- --
.j. \ -: / l she was made a leader of the Spanishtvarshp '
; I \mill .' iniii'li impelled if be turned 1 Take Can of the siom.ti.liI ,
.. I J'illaIl're'ptll's.:: and when ;
J" ::3 ? ... his toes out to catch these obstaclesInstead I
,o ; \'I' ; (. {t? that vessel.n! captured the launch The man or woman whose dig-F-i ii
,: I till Into the hands! oi the war diparttuent. I of briishiin; them nside and i lion i.i perfect and whose stomach -- A SO- --
i i ,l I r I .c-. t 'uutwnrd.he now docs Lastly, tLesa.e perform" function n 1
I She was Usod. for a short time |I'. \ every nev.riick. i
\,. '
-.-;-_, \ I Iu Cuba and lit the dose of the war '1 lieip to us!his s hinds his foot tlmn nova we more do. and as it a I' weptnis- Kuti'il'; the -.eleuiepirifip ti>iu'ich and cure-* pin UIJ. FINE 'WINES' LIQUOR ETC ;
01 was lirotiDLt fitted out for her :
I It i-. ohuuiis that in lining! this he must itivMy :wd I permanently all -tiuiach'trouble ,
( i present! t-enke. The boat is of sujic' tutu his toes III.OVER ,-, adtg' .. and crY"r'rp-i.: ;

I ; 'I'i nor workmanship, and she is vifectin j j It i H the wonderful reconstructive;,

i in nil hrr appointiiieiitVhde quite i! THE OCEAN. I i 1 1rei'ntion tonic that i N Making so nnny ick S. A. FRIEDMAN :

t : :, a small craft being but forty feet long, i'Ii I people well and weak people strmfr'I '

t .K:-,.. I i the is :admirably adapted for her piev j I by conveying to their bodies all of I1 <). BOX 4IH TELLPIimtCEAWti1: 17"
is not In Havana
permitted :
f r I old U"e.Our. the nmiri-l'iiiHit in the food they jeat. i(
M t'w .1 '! Hev. J. H Holliday. Hollad -
1? { \ (iilniunkiTH (, to ('hi !
Is -..... // .,\.,'.....:........", ,I The hinese 0 has an. :Mas: ..os. .Swtden has a woman's fire.. 'ly, M i-s., writ!',, Kodol; has curedme. ,
.. { "' emperor compared
/ f JtyrU11ent, loO; I con-ider it the best remedy I
strong. :
: ;:\ the
/ ; which is turned
w' :: moncj being out i
y.t .V' ..:i' Y'. lIf' )Iaaltic 1:1\'blocks are to be used ever used tor d #"pep"ia: and stomach
.. 1 Ins I
l mints with \cl'r
and |
tan: coins trouble .
/ I I
.- wai'ivpn
-' .-. up by phy i- :
9 I 4 ..,.. I. ,;-" >i" ,'I' has come to the conclusion that It is ;, 'for patio in Dundee: Scotland.' cian-... Kudril l and my life. Takeit WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA nOER TKr;

iW\: \Siit\iv-- -C"; : Hot handsome enough." .\ cable rues- < >' ha. one telephone to every : after meal Harpn' Ph.irmacy

t..--' ---.; ...c.MVlSOF. ,;,, Isage; was leceued from :Minister: Conger j' 'loin,mh.'bitants of the Island. The John Sheppard, Sidney K.ihu. '! THIS SUMMER THAN EVE l' E" UK

-4 reiently urhiug that two America '.\ ;-i m i is state i-o'.'rolIeiLlio -

t 1 h (..':.- ...-''-\.II, 61r. n& t-killed! m the C>JK'ration of I < \\' decided) to !seek parll.itniiitar There's lots of money to DC aiadt SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW.

.4 r- injr luacLinery be detailed to miut'l > powers to borrow !7ri' .(ato' !i II I in real estate-lot? of it. A real es-1 i

i charge of tin Chinese mint build lious '" for the 1..01' The sum I tate sign is usually a flnirer-board to Thompson Olsen di Co
lJIl flT F. ,
sr. LUtS.X1.4
s purpose of hltroliuclnglDerIClIlIUl'tll.- will bud I ,Hal tenements of three !!to-I wealth. Thos. C. Watson & >

cur exiioncutN of the game; and it I is ods There had already been !some corl'! l ries nccommodhtms 3fifiO f:1l/1iIi.1l. i Co., the leading Real: Estate firm !'! Manresa Street Telephone 17.WICKE&CO.; .

!t ti ;'; l tl'lll'rlUIodit.'tl l that the turnuiuent respoudencc on the subject, and on receipt 1 ii I i have some offer which it would | ,
t i ,
will piiHliiit- I the best tennis d.ijiiii; of the cable Mint Director Roberts i i. be worth your while consider. Go I laud --

,i"' ) CUT witii -..,',1| in .\ut! >rici, \n inter- ,ll'tnilltli'si! <:tant As 'ayNt Ma- HP, I> M' orr luIl". I'. <>rr ot Itirmlnghain see them to-day, and don't wait
Mabama IM. weotherlyand Jame- till to-morrow.
d <>sting: femora "'f the games will l>c the giudir and Assistant Superintendent Wt-atherlyofRirmtnghaut.i Alnbima and I .

rre!'iuo ..I' President Knosvtclt. who of Machinery Emory, !"otu at the New Howard DouelasHiid Howard II"u> ln<. usCtuardian -- --- ------ 1 1"i
of Mclntoib lilutl Alabama and
{, l' .. jui! Las promised t.. atG'ed. OrliMti* uiiut :Lee liauiell of Pen'tacola Ha. do heretic ...
; the.inb'r.sUrrpte.t'ut.ltivec'viii Iv li,,> Ties. were selected! !'eeraliies I nmke application for letters patentmeor- -' / I Plumber Gas and Steam
fitter :
I pomtina us and our ashOMates iiu-j a cor
\falt-dm II \\ former thatu- ago; but there was a bitch ou the mat.I, I poration accordance with the laws of ,

1'1\111 tlfl1u'I'lI'a : William .\. Iirnp ti>r of salary The Chinese othcials Honda, under the following: charter to

i 'v of l l.ret>ont ,Vim-ill .111 champion! : Dwight tlioiipTlit; they came too lush, but nnalljecuiseiitiil wit I. : The naiie of tbe corporationball t.. I No. & South Palafoz Street.

J jtq 1I>.IM". ami Holoomti.ird. \VhtBinn to pay the amount asked. "Tllh 1 n[FLlJlllI'HE bUiIO..S_, I'ensacola.\LTY Florida 1'0. and itplace All Kinds 01: Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept OL HauOYTTtLPHO74Fi

yn i : aid siriifd are to appear i"i the st t...uien TlTio Keep S..rll pbooi.<. i .' Thegeneral 1ature(1f the busmes- to JrJJ\ r11KIdAonLA "'1..

I slii;!"!:. und Ward and Davis the na- :Ni-arl.v' all men ltt'r of congress; keep I' :J brtransacndshall b.> Ibl' aCfjU191110n. ownership r
I e ale, leasing of dealing In. land* and -
I 4ionnl ..'id iiittniiiti' tliunimii.s; ir. .si-raibonk| Uxt-n Mark Hauna: has a 1 personal property including! t''ldpncof

l s double.will aiijicir for rude Sam in full sot of ill thoM' pictures of him: ': debt:: tbe construction of houses and other .
fi bulldim**, railways canal* and ditcbes, for MAerBCCCEssoR
their spew !:t'u'! !l1'I If. The late addi'ioiis to his book Its own u.r or for olbt'rs. tbe development I

) I The teamill COIIM-I of n.r. l b>,\' the way are quite diQerent from of real and personal property the raiding .

{jt1(I and 11. I.. I'nliirtj and Dr Joshua the tailiir pages. Consrt-'smau Lord, I berding, and buying the doing 81'11I01of: of all: things cattle and or livestock tbacquisitionownership '

1 I rim nil of w ham ban held Knll!'h who apparently is as oblivious of all : I and dispositionall 1 ( : TO AVERY k WOOLFOLK. ,

l l lk+ t "b:1mpiousl1il S ri "various lirniuhet. oft that I< said of him as nnjboi'y keep :carrying property out necessary of aid purposes or beneficial fo- nut S Wa i IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

SA s the iraiuc. Th,' l >uuit\N reu-iitlj on a ('lllllpl'te111'11 J J.ook. For the period! i: The capital stock shall be iloi'u, dl-
y the double of time! It the hoed Into shares of llu mi each all? shall 116 I
It i flianiiiiouship ut I'm neeDwljrht covers Largest scrapbook 1
s payable by transfer
I a to the corporation of
s l I' I a\is of St Ixm.s; the !-> one kept by Senator fieveridge's Lb..lnl..r-st 1 1I'rh'lte the subscribers hereinafter / I -r- r'1 HARDWARE

,t si n doubles expert and also a singles player secretary. It has alreadY :|nariedintheland. In Kccambia: runty, '
Horlda, '
L J' ., belonging: to the helr: of John i .
-- -
= =
of high clays form Is a typical million. -- Milner i I

alre sportsman. He is the donor .f the Foley's Honey and Tar i 15 peculiarly i I' 4. The said corporation shall nisi 'or Iron, Nails, Axes ShovIs, Haw Mill and !steamboat
fc I nlnet>-nlne years from the date of graining Preserving i Supplies! Cooking and Heating Stoves, faint Oil-
; International challenge trophy.huL adapted for chronic throat troubles J i letter patent to it i i i
Window Glass Guns Pistols
and Fining Tackle
w t Is to l>e competed for at Bay Ridge and aud will positively cure bronchiti :- 5. The officers of the company shall he a'
; elide from hoar en@so and all bronchial diseeses. i Prtsidtnt.. Secretary:! and Treasurer t.l! "i I. Agate and Tinware ana Goods.AQEN8 .
Ins Ilousefurmsliiii
a.1 id1 ( jiroininenoe in tennis he Uefu-e Hoard t\t three Directors The Preeitltat ;
a is a poloLst and a getter! of no small ubtitI11eV.. A. and I reaturer may be united lu one p sun '
( D Aleutberte,121 rt. Palafox. The Directors shall be chosen at the .uUItI l '! ANDPickling L FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANY"/f1
ht bllity. meeting of the stockholders in 8epmber
r. 4 ofencb year sod the ofilceri thai be chosen I Revere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery

t e at the regular meeting of the Itirec on In i' Wheel Co., Liftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's K,*isomine. i-
Beware 3 year. Until th lint i
tt't' DR. KING'S "cllon. C. t'. Orr ball be Preside .land I to the anxious housewife means the I Iron King and Buck Stoves aDd Ranges, Win
profession has advanced more Treasurer and Lee Danitll shall be secre-1 Coups A Co.:'e Raw Hide Lace Leather, )3Iaenry

tci .4i I, rapidly of late than surgery. but it I; TRY NEW DISCOVERY :tary 1Tbl'. highest amount of indebted ( range! heating just right. You can! Made Railroad Colors.
.g ass to ;
should not be used except where ab- which the corporation can at any tl'u6 sub I, count on gas every time-coal some-! Masonic Temple. @ Pensacola. Fla'

I; folntely necessary. In cases of piles FOR THAT COLD.J t'ct T. Itself Tbe snail be ':_'.''II\J.W. !', times. Why not use gas? We take .
i't for it M seldom subscribers eub'cr'v to tbe -- ---
; example needed.DeWltt'tJ TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. I'ollowlogamount of stock to-... : pleasure in showing about our
r Witch Hazel Salve cures L M. err Kf snares.
quickly and permanently. Un Cures Consumption.Coughs C. P. Orr. :Zsharts. : method and prices, knowing full W. B. COmPAny
K M. WnIGar
Weatberly. 38 shares. well that
tsI brute! Colds Bronchitis Asthma '' James Heatberly.isbare': we have really the best ti )

Howard 1'ougiaa tit sharer fuel to be had-the nearest perfect

*S' ,t counterfeit '"I was so troubled PneumoniaHayFeverPleurisy Howard lIoula .UuardJlL1I M shares tion that human MANUFACTURERS ASD DEALERS IJ'
Lee ingenuity has devied.
lianiell Isbare. \
with bleeding piles that I lost \

rf l+ '?rl blood and strength."says J. C. Phillips I LaGrippe, Hoarsenees, juDserlbers In witness have whereof hereunto the b'l t t.Jelr"raeatlon names: Call, write, telephonequickanswer LATHS

Patio, 111.- "DeWitt's Witch Sore Throat Croup and C. P. halt either way.Pensaeola. LUMBER
; ,, L. M. oaa ,
Hazel Salve cured me in a short

c 1 t{ time." Soothes and heaK Har 'ls I I Whoopbg Cough. i I JAygCWE1 LEE: lA5in. ... SLY, ? Gas Co. J.j- 81 lED CIFBES388lEGLES-gll -Dr e S SIB

Pharmacy, John Sheppard, Sidney NO CURE. NO PAY. HOWARD I..,. ..LA!!. ::
s. $abu. PriCt SOc. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. M.M. HWAfcD ..LAt, (InN I' ,,
25 ind 27 E. Garden St, Ptnuccla, Fla. PEN8ACOLA. FLA.

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I Tootbimue 1'nlale TIrKler.ConsKlerici I
SCANDAL REVIVED Vice-president of Palmetto Club, Memphis Tenn.
I : its universal i>oi.'iljrty! I j'II

Rich la the pure hop flavor. Bottled only at the Brewery. Iir4 and excellent! s>tindiu5 in o.rrk-uturt'! '

The Am.ric Brtwlng Co..St. ouIg. Mo. circl-s it is reuiatkal.le how iutny OF CARDUI following praise on Wine

'- r '1 1: Quarrel Between King Leo- I uliiicfs there are niuVr \vlnrh the l..a. j I WISE I i thoroughly of Cardui:

KLD tYJ'kYWHlmK nut tr.:uls.Vheneu er it is ii.trwhu-m I and modern -
and j the
pold Daughter. "Among numerous
to a new l""II'"t11iIJ the t otUM'iiit j remedy netting
-- : of the -1 ..'. .. I Io:1'l'ill the needs of the modern medicines placed before suffering
aU"I.t" a J.
......,.... _... .
." !IIiiiiI:.: :. ... ; f for their relief
'- -- -' I and conies forth witl. an !:
IT---; l' I .soliri'iiu-t whicli mnkc it ali'!!..>t liiir14I'1uiz.hle I the torture of an none can touch iviciru'swithout

f. King Refused to Receive the Princess : to its old 1Il'11'1.Iintll1l't' operation.Vine of Gardui .- Vice of Cardui. It towcn
1; T'VENTY -m 1 It the "edible; I ruit"-as tin-'lIa-1 has cured them in the pri- above them all as a reliable

: i I Even Upon So Solemn an Occasion rii> mil I I it-liiiil I t'UT done uu i vacy of their homes and it female remedy. It limply

.. !! as the Death of Her Mother-Rs- :>'' II sluu:lt.I of. tl.c: pulilic! lUi-.,l.t under has found a place in the w.. itnisv-
: C-F'OR-O ; drives and disease
i I:) !' -'i-t i, I Uit as tiiii j :;:,: a:',. tinnntrui: hearts of American women pain away
gards Her Marriage! a Mi liiance. and restore health In an Incredibly short
found. In
.. .. nl that other medicine has
li-- IIf |Itt'llIl'lt iiMiicucl.ittire !t. ">o no
TWENTY '< Brusst Is. Sept. ::_.-The scandal arisj t Inn I iy :.>t. !iiliiii_. their gratitude over 10,000 American period. I have taken great interest In this

i;; CENTS. (1:1 'i i) j ing from the revival ot the family Hire Vircitiia \u e dcMirnate (.ur women have written letters commending fnfAifint for the put two yean, since It

\: _, ___ _____ .__ ." I quanel between King Lf-opolJ and his I'liili'I I frieml pl'illdpall ii> the i.u;'ut. Wine of Cardui. Wine of Cardui brought health and strength to me. I
daughter; the Princess Stephanie tin lint pie oftene likewise nlimlit" meets their warts as no other medicine have also recommended it to a oumbcf

j Cuu mess of Lonjay beside the bier 'ui flu as a "g:lJulJ.IIK'a" .i uud .Hrnsiiia.illya I! does. It sustains the young girl at the of my friends and they who have used it

il amount invested in the DAILY NEWS One Cent a of the late Queen Marie Henriette a.t >- :i ";.ooltt r." Ovir in Kn: ;.:i..nd thl': \ shock of her entrance to womanhood. fit'ia the highest terms and I fut
speak 0
I f f.I I: .ihiwn "ftenbrins? wonderful resulu. There is no I Spa yesterday. is agitating all classes. L-ill: the PUIIIP fruit ground i.nt while Women who take Wine of Cardui have and that it h praise well bestowed."

Popular miathy on all sides is exi it i is vnrloiii-l.v 1.Owll't'" bt-rc as little discomfort during pregnancy
,i-th.> little pain at yon are
i i>rf-ssed for the princess who although Varth nut., \l.i nila nut "juiniit' .
of hfa enter weakness Wine of Cardui u the medicine
: uth! thee column I ties ply ailucud by the incident, makes stud "I'iiKiar." Tl.e siientii.f piir'' change appears they a need.

i no comiilaiut. The princess herself: iiyniic. as we tmlh, tIt1.1It.l l 1- .Aracln happy,healthy rl3CUetoassistXaturein olT age. L\'erymonth it You you can have health the same as I

1. HAVE YOU A WANTaM*: has given out a simple statement ot p.vHisi'a.| and the trtiaily 1'lous to the comes to the the impurities from the body. Miss Finley! if you will take the Wine

: 1: the facts as follows: ui'iins u f uininous! plants. throwing of Cardui treatment. If you need ad.Miss .

'< Iiu*! precise tads are these: 1 was I I:ut. I lie its ua lee \s tat it may. n |p.'a Sarah Finl"y, of Memphis, vice further than the complete directions -

'. ; praying at the bivr of the queen when nut is a peanut tIt'! world HUT. MI far: Tenn.. vice-president cf the Palmetto given on the ottle, address The (
i Club of that city speaks for herself! and I Ladies Advisory Department, Chattanooga
Walltp.ll. Notoriety Wur.tH. came about 4 o'clock to tell as its virtu's ;!z&. and few an- tin- l.u <
j\ one friends when she bestows the Med. Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. f
:; \\1..1t .j..Iir.I"
uwn inLites: nicMnn
"1.1- Wanted. Opinion Wanted. |lUll' the King would not receive me. 1 .
._ L-U.-I- ...JLl L. L. tJI.
anted.; Partner \% auttd. immediately lei the death chamber iitrMluctioi to it.-Uiihiuoiul! 1 Idpatch. I -
A million Buffering women
Wanted. Quilter-i Ws n'e!. i! I had no interview with h.a: majesty.: -------- WINE of CARD have found relief in

.- .,...-Wauteil. Rounis Walltt.d.I" I It was hoped! by the public. who apI I -!M-,roulrd Acnln.My : Wine of Cardni. ..

-Wanted.. Servant'anted.; I plnuded Piiiuw-s Stephanie! with thI sister had a baby tooth which _I-_r-r L1S s. -

I Count I onyay. that the death of tluIK neoilnl lulling anti liother! Charlie
ii-r: Wanted. Team;; \Vuted.k : .
:. .| .'!) would! 1 ball to healing the run lcd\ live. sniJ herouM pull it fur her, I lllcrdlnu l.y Hi" liot. 'II WEEKLY HCIIlUDULliFOR 't..
Wanted. UUiOUIJPII'auttod.. !
i-' -I' i nire. but the iw-Hent at Spa is taken which Le did.! 1.\'t'r:1llla: 'S afterward I That :ill! diM.i-i-x i.iii !lit. cur-d liy |

I' uor Wanted. Vehicle* Wanted. tJ td demonstrate! that the king is irr- the new tooth. which had jti'-t pushed lili-edin;': i N slii. tn n.I1.: l i'ali.ui'l !ly' !o"\1 j STEAM DIVISION

.J :--r-! \\ Wlallted.. ij 'Onl'iliable to what has been openly I thronsli the gum and could bo plainlysteu. eril I MIVU<> ij-i'.cs., mid es-ii t'itlij I l'E. S.COIJ.tLIC'IltlC TKli&lIKAl

;.( ..:'l' \\' .!. XpHiEuce'autEd.. :jdcsisnatid as a misalliance even .11 I wns di.scovc'red by Charlie and I tin- riiuii ti<'croes. j 11AILMTAY COMPANY. r

1'1 L \tilted. Y >u'rf wanted to have 1(:) ] ter the approval of the Austrian emperor. ''I be s.iid: When outtf heir pij.! i-iaii< Iii'(011145 ,I

(J 1\1 Wtinted.: I Zeal i enough to place a ....- I Fiaufi* Joseph. \Vhy. that mean thins! I thought cniniiictHl that it K necessary Ba700.Trains BIg leave lisyou Pencacola. Warringtonavy for the Llllll TarSand
leave I clear and here it is t.) l 1.11'.111 patient lie PH-J sovrral I feetin
; Tlit'bS will probably pulled It out Fort Barrancas at

{iI:] -- .m(!:j) ilrll.I. today to join: her husband in pprtiuiiug up again-Cinciiiuatl! Enqulrer. front of him and then drawing hisIs.v tnit ilSO a.m.arrlveat Fort Barrancas :15am I
IKnnsent be tits sluirp iHilntiil arrow
England. Therefore she will uut 10:00 a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancas
PEGIUR&TESBYTKEWEEK funeral. Durinfi uinl after n cMrefiil Him tires the iir- laJOp.m.arrlveatFort tiarranoai l: fip m
mother's -
;} ILIIUI' no lu IUIQ (nOlllMuQ. ;} at her I'UInlll the M-in which be desires to BIO: p. m.arrive at Fort Barrancas 4 18 p IB:00pm
: the whole railroad journey from :15p.m. arrive Kcrt Barranoai T J I
,: 1tUU nu I \ ', OR MOUTH. WO:' the wa C'lM-n. The arrow it i i.. sal I.I. I Invariably I 'guv p.m.arrive at Kort Barrancai 8:41
., to this! city princess
(!I) pa ,I\ fJf goes s>trnlgh.t to the mark, and the Trains leave Fort Birranoai for 1'81U. r
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(,1 i arrived here
-:__ __- -- ..--- .:.--.- --- shaken with sobs and cola at .
_-_ f with which
5'L: : : --l! :'.;,: ?;::'I. I greatly prostrated.This morning! stw thorn or splinter i> glass
: I it is tipped dtx-s the work as successfully 7:15a.m. arrive at Pensaoola ..-... S:00 a. a r
1.( )&4i'. AVA.W1.M3I>. i attended a special requiem mass ordered I This slgnattiro Is on every. box: of the genuine lluo p. m. arrive at Fentaoola-11:44 p.m
.. lancet.MorcoMr .
1 1t -----------... as a 2:00 p.m.arrive at Peniaoola __. 2:66 p.m
,r ; l'altfox: trttt. a \\T.\S1'Jon-o.len: to learn barber trade. by herself. leaving Ih"1' \laxative Bromo.Quinine the patients inner show 6:00 p m arrive at PeneacoU....".. 6:4S p a
I \\ tti "1"0 dlalllonds'l > by free work, upertInstructions church she was sympathetically greeted the remedy that cures a cold la one dajr.CONSTIPATION. the slightest fear since they are ninced 7:00 p. m.arrive at Pen acola- 7C6 p.
''' N 1 w" ut1c.. ,2tf demouilratioD<, lectures and crowd. ; "B:46 p. m. arrive at Penlacola__ 9K B.tiatardajs a
splendid opportunities fur graduates by fhe assembled \ that from the uionieiit the arroWH only

'I'OL.LN, Tool prtenttd.Vafff9 HHlurdnys, bOllrdtnclud..a. their \eins they will licrfn;
'. : ; pierce
.. .. ... ..... I Molrr Catalogue and pnrlipulam mailedree. Queen. : FAa; FOB WKIE flAYS r
Barber Colleiie! New OrleaoK. Funeral of Belgian to recoerVSKII

M\ '.! :\nun, -mall improved amounts rt'al at low t'-- La. ... _n ___ __ ___.Illf__ Spa. Belgium Sept. 22.: -The funeral i FOiL PSKl'MOXIA. I Peniacola Pen acola: to to Navy Fort Barrancai Yard and and return return.... tfePeniaooia cot

i .ill ot l-fklit K. Brooks "T A 'fEII--O'II"tary: liounty Laud Warrants services: pn para lory to the removal to Palmetto Beaob ana return 1M f

,. e :5. l'lilliloJ[ St., H her Claims.and It.Soldiers'K.Kelley.liaird Additional Homestead ., of the remains of the queen. Mai'eHenriHtr. I "I barB gone 14 mlm BUIlding movement of the howe!.. Dot being able to says : "I have ued Foley's Honey !
Kansas City, Mo. isini to Prusspls. were ht-H this: When weather permits too running o
moTe them eicept br n ''ni bl1ter InJ"ctloolCbrollic sfti'd Tar in three very severe cases of ,: coaches.
-110 you nt-tfl money? morning in a church] here. The ('of- conmijatlon for neveu years i.IaeeJ nie la I results in 1 open
with rood everyca.e.
did pneumonia ( I Leave Penia ola. LT Fort Bkrr aoai9a.
want ASTI\-AII: klndi o' empty b..l\ this terrible condition lIurh.1tbnt time I everything I
\ I !.".rlll any and amount lowffct you rates! \\ bottles a: KBIKDMAN, noTVtVt'IUu7iil fin later was placed! In a car and w..s I heard uf but ue et found any relief kOch : ." Refuse substitutes.V.; ; A.I m. 10 a. m-
until 1 neunn u.iuii CACAUETs I Palafox.. I Ila. m. U m.
.:ii. ..111 proved city rt'll4t'r ------------- --- completely hidden by flowers Kill)! was my fase D'Alemberte, 121
.... I I t
from ,hr"- pa iiiies a dar a."llr I p. m. p.m.
.- ,- ,*!!, South Fala- Jrid \ I 'ii iiiici '''' the arm of Prm. .. now have ne I
leaning on U I
in-tt Leopold. was rich 1 would give IlliUOO fur each movement. --- p.m p.m.
.- -lIoJaU'EI.L"4- -- ANt l't'M1'u4---------- Albert of }01andt'Jthp hfir II"" -11I11..> Is kOCh a relief A"DIEIt L Hi r'r. I p.m p.m
1.00\\/Hut>bvli M Ueuult.:lilcu. Medical Society, Attention. 4 p. m p ra.
MONEY I1 Apply to II. M. Mt-rutt and G. J. Hut b.rlord -
i"" KOKKOW five to the throne followed on too p.m. IP.Q
!. ..-" your propt-rty, piouuy .. old reliable well and pump fixers.Vork oth.-i, ..lttlnguished There will be a regular meeting ofi 6p.m. Tp.m.
and -
or 8t-ll rral e-- Ruariiiitffd. Not on the anIRl1an"lItplan ,, the mini-stirs, generals CANDY i the Pensacola Medical Society Bt
i-iir pricoanlow.. but PARR POll MH'DAY
; tnctiy
.y"dt"crlptlonhav bringing
<.. : attended to, Ctt-ti : adiress 11 \Merrill. Olive. .Ia. persons : up] the Board of Health office at f feniaoolato ort barranoai Nary'
-- \! : ;. .tlil"C. Watson ft Co. :"''lIIn1I4JU rear The route of the funeral procession 1 )'clock p.m. Tuesday. Sept. 23.: lard and return_________ lea
Prciacola Palmetto 1elcb tad
.' agmts, Pens&moJo.rlite. - -- - ----- linedwith troop.and
-rancs! was i i Visiting physicians are cordially mum.________ Ita
: L.'L'ICV.
everyone .........,.., I
I .' r C Mil us wo will Itnd money: - - --- crowded with peoj.le.TROLLEY Inrited to attend. No' freight lved after 1:15 p. m.
ta-tt 'LNGhK COMB BKOWN: LEUllOlt'luclo.I.I :\ IOiI1IID DR.W. C. DEWBERY,
h'I i (11\ hOlt TIADI MAM I
-- O ). stock and lgg: s for sale.I .
President. .. _
t-aveorders \\11I1.! H i -- -- -- --- ----
< at IlrdwI\rt'Co's. ln tlMISS TAKES A LEAP.
I Ijh4d ltoi>iii-. L. DE!!. BLOCKER,
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-------- 1'1 ah' 1'00..1.
I 'Il2 ttf Secretary. The Beer

M-I Front room North:furnished.UarcrlonaI 'I rs.. \ PATTI HIII.IIE11I=, r"op"lllll'r Dozen Passengers Were Injured: Two Plea"nt. Palatable. Potent. TaMe Good. Do
I s, II.\\lII1, :is-IW : "'ell()ol at NoV.t Jackson 1: Fatally. Good. I.everSIcIen. Weaken or l>rH-e.lUc ijc.50c wish the best

.rt-guly. Mrret Oct. I. !I"">.', leaching Kradvs I. J.3. t Akron. 0.. Sept.: 22: .-An \Kron ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... If you very That Made@(

FUHoAI.g.. and two .in*i. a Termi fiitnily*.I!.''' ptr month or aM 191>m lor Kent and Ravenna electric cat jumped I SWr.eI a.-HI(_,..,.C ...... ......... a.. lorL m ice cream freeer at the very

; K:.- &- per---cent below co->.t, a flu, I'or-iit-iii.- -- -- tne track on \\'atpstre..t in K 'i i/ lowest price, the Willis '

't inatuiiij I lurnlturH.jut IIr"ROd.ok.Jrom thr f.u'tory. HIK!:i l/oK: t.: F-NlccIy- furni-licil. 'room.- -*" early today and ran into a tl -phom' :, Hardware Co. can please &UNNB I R T&MUVICTORIA& U UIH
... Hslier'- pole. A dozen passengers wenon
refill bfluw co 1'anti ;:5'North: Spring street. "siTtf
",. tf __ you;
ire. ill1 Tarragona. 'I -.. i all of whom were more or I. su- I mjurrd ,
--- ---- -- -- I veI-M I'lI 1.'u'H''a.... .
The most seriously hint u' ., -- -
r. -Tlie mo'.t dfslritile lot IEon I ..
I tbt. l'I'hei"I L'LI'WI-ll 'OK FUNERALM fornlbbtld
eauy terras .JU: oh Rppbodle; of Akron.
... promptly in houqneti hpneial designs GRAND EXOURSION
: Agency MlBs Vlolette Moreno i We t UregoryphonfS1' S K. Force of Akron.

VCdlmK1.OWEK.J Ueinhle.Mis .
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11.\.11'. .. ....(...OOJI'"i..-..-.. .. ... .. C .LYI. J-'I.U\V 1IC. : I i -* Almie IlerrifT.
\K.\H KK1KVK; Manotacturei r i ( 'U'f and Moral Leslgns- A Haitien man unknown and :Motorman LAST OF THE SEASON MOBILE I lUvSI: 10-CKXT: ISOTTI-K HElmiDANNH

MilS. dealer in Hair l.ood..IIRts. Tolle I !" ecihl designs ordered for castomreaVlolette : Keller welt fatally injured UIXHIthe wIufg4I IS TOWN.
\ C|"B. iialrO'l.rla..12v W. (jov I JbOD 21511w I head and arms. AND NEWMEANS.; I BROS.

Solace Arrives at .r-nsco.. Train Mysteriously Wrecked. V') &
-- San Kraii-isiv>. ;"Jlt. .':! -Tin- tran Paducah. K>'" Sept. 22.-The ..Hon1section I I. f, Harper hisy.Main .

"''in- white civsts. wills> and quills 11(111 8lal'l'. Captain SinRor. which loft of an Illinois Central fr i igh', ,- House-401 H. Palafox street.

:..iHI,.ll| fur t lie rouxb; rider tailor. this point on May 4 with soldiers for northbound was mysteriously wre ked -(' I R. R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot.P. .

'!I I.I!Il4.s! -mil other! kits worn with the Asiatic stiiaiirnn| and to make :a this morning and 17 ears w,-ri' c ttw O. Box 2!<. 1. Peimcola Fla.
1 un>l ..,,$tuims.ili trip to .Manila anti Guam for th. purpose piled in the ditch completely blockading Phones 116268.PROFESSIONAL ; .

.' ; i. r i.i.-it's lYfiicli'luilll'$. of collecting naval ofliccrs anJrnarinfs the road. One unknown man Train leaves union depot Monday, I _

.1 I -,>>iK hip \okrs :uil I>i>i>hlu whose ft.: illS of s 'rvi-e ha T has been taken from the w.:eck dead Kept. 2'J. at 11 :30) a. in. sharp. Fare
',d uuTclresM's! be expired has arrived lienwith I and there be others. for round trip to Mobile $1 iJO to CARDS. L '
are to worn a long may I ; .. ---.-----.-- __..__.... !I
!II! ii,tl \\niti-r PINMIS.n list of passengers ami naval officers. New Orleans ; from Cantonment
,. Distilled W. C. ROWE M. D.
.:hst.indin:; the iiri\ailiii;: craze She als.) brought :2d: blue jackets.' : nhiIIIarIip. Scientifically and Century same as Pensacola. ,
"It Isn't trio in nil cases said T'ncle I
':\tlult- of' opposite' colors. I'aris- prisoners. 41 sick and 143 marines. I IAmonl t' Returning: leave New Orleans Office: 17 S S. Palafox.HonrafromHoaila.m.allcil .
Allen =-llarl"that familiarity fowlontempt. -* Naturally Aged
nou in I (a\l'1' of liariuonii-s! in :; the prisoners were the marines ': The more know about I Wednesday morning at 11 :31) and : to S p. m

..I i tlit'ir ;O\MIS and costumes for whn were recently roiirtmartialed for'' you Absolutely Pure I Mobile Wednesday afternoon at1 1I : and after o'clock
the bind feet of n mule the more ,
-, ;&,...11. icMilHirrlination at Guam. 1'I I o'clock. Coffee and refreshments Phone ODe
s-IK-ct you Lave for them. -(C CTribune. De..011 Sal'eht for all Uaee.For .
!I I
-.irl-, (If stockings are fasliiouibld will be served on train going

.:...- 'ln..';; and slipjiers this* wa.ue Two White Men I Hale byDannheisser I and returning. Purchase tickets at
i to Hang.
'., .. u-s.trit.tiou reptrdin them I ticket ollice. For further information RefriferalorsJVehave a
lironson.: FU.. Sept 22: .-The jury A New Etlitor'8 Testimonial. I ROBERT KINO
Jersey to
apply or
.: that the.v must match the tie or has -turned a verdict of murder in I ; I PETEKTHCMAS, few left, which we will sell
M. T. Lynch editor of the
: r iu shadt.kautiful. tnt first liegree! ; against Thomas Fair-: N. J. Pot PhillP"-I' Excursion Managers. at cost. Marston $ Quina.
i I Iwitiste enilirolderies I. burg\, Daily .
cloth and Theodore Smith. two young have used kinds of medicines : _
many -
I i -
liave ranked even before iai'es
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-- -
white men who were charged! with for coughs and colds in my family i iI

'amlu light summer OWIlS, ap- the murder of Mr. and Mrs. L. B ,'I but never anything so irood as Fo- I -WE WILL-0*
r '11 .-(,lut'S somewhat less delicate and Tar. I cannot
Lewis three weeks aco. and Judge BulK ley's say I
..c for the garnishing of early au- too much In praj"e of it." W. A.
>ck at once sentenced them both to
; osturnes. lie the D'Alemberte, 121 S. Palafox.CASTOn.r. OUR STOCK OF SUMMER
hangas soon as governor CLOSE OUT GOODS -
-r \\ill be a large sale early shall Issue the death warrants. While
and : ..
of French cheviots genuine
and the sheriff was placing handcuffs on e&rl ths Iha Kad You. Haue Asays 3 ;III Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense .
tweeds for golf, shopping the prisoners to take them from the at and Stock of

tug costumes. The patterns on courtroom they asked that the .
execution -I
"mnal how card are handsome -*-. Fall Goods- .
take place as soon as po slble. I
-'.OW any number of pretty color

..$.-New York Post. II I Marston $ Quina have ,. '
Albanians Wreck Railroad. 28 doz Men's Lanndriel: Shirts, 68 pair Ladies' Spring Heel Shoes, Get your boys ready for school. '"

Constantinople Sept. 22.-The rail. some very nice Dressers and regular $1, to close at 75c. regular |1 goods, to close quick at SOc We carry a full line of Boys'8ulta.
Ieafnp. Cannot l>e Cured road between Mitrovltza and Vuchitrahas Wash Stands very cheap. 27 doz Men's Colored Laundried pair. 53 Boys' Halts, regular price, |1.00,

.cal applications as they cannot been torn up by followers of the \Just the thing to go with shirts, regular T5c, to close at 55c. 88 pair i L a dl es' Low Cut Slippers, to 67 close at Wool 75c suit.Suits
of the Boys' regular price'f
the diseased portion
11.20 to close 1.0opair.
regular goods, at |
Albanian chief. Issa Boljetinaz who i Iron Beds. 57 doz: Men's Colored Laundried 1.50 and $1.75. to close at $1.15 salt.
There I is to cure .
f only one
way anonunced his determination sometime ---- -- Shirts regular 50c goods, to close at 120 Boys' All-Wool Suits, regular

'".-,<. and that is by constitu- ago not to allow the newly appointed -'I I' We will launder your spreads for 3oc; these goods should! go in 24 63 pair Men's Low Cut Shoes, regular price $2.00 to $3.00, to close at $1X0

i Ii remedies. Dt':1fue's caused Russian consul to take up his 15 cents each and make them look hours. $1.50 goods, to close at $l.2O and $2 00 suit. I -

". intlamed condition of the mu- duties at the former place. This will like uw. Star Laundry. 20 dos Men's French Neck BalbrI pair. We carry the largest line of Boys'

i luuni* of the Eustachian Tube. Undershirts at 20c, regular 25cVe Pants carried by any house In the
further delay the advance of Turkish -- -- gan carry the largest line of .
\, II this tube is inflamed you: have goods. Shoes of house in Pensacola.c11 t
consul Although
sent to protect the any of Ladles'
troops GOLA our and Hisses'dropstitched
'mblinff sound or Imperfect hear- .o= 0- dos Men's French ]Neck boys fit
that Boljetinaz Usummnded 30 Balbriggan Bring your to us, we can
It Is alleged 25c. hose to close at20c. -
.uid when is closed ,
entirely ; Undershirts, at SOc regular i5c them ia size.
any I
.utlammation!'iit-ssis the result can be, and taken unless out ICOTll'P.t1 at troops he Is still ear. r Grist and Com Meal Mills, sold by others at 50C. We have Just received a foil line 100 pair.doz Misses' full seamless hose,

All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts. We will to close at 60o doz, or 4 pair for 25c.
:1\< tube restored to its: normal
iitiou. hearing will be destroyed Cures HniorrhIge1 of the Lun 8. i |l. F. GONZflLEZ & CO., Prop i, close at 75 cents. close at BOc for your choice. Some 75 doz Men's Seamless half hose, I

v.I.i : nine cases out of ton are "Several years since my lungs Manufacturers 72 Pair Ladies' Spring Heel Low of them are worth 11.50. regular lOc goods, to olose at 6c pair.. I

-. d by catarrh, which is nothing were so badly affected that I bad CHOICE MEAL AND PURE DUOCWD Cut Slippers, 2JJ to 7, regular $I We carry a full line of Skirts. [ We have Just received a full line .
A. M. goods, to close atTOc pair. Look at our window display. of Ladles' Kid Gloves in all shades.
an inflamed condition of theu many hemorrhages, wsites STOCK FEED. ______ ________ ________ ______ ________ ______ I
surfaces. Ake of Wood Ind. "I took treat-
Patronise Home Induitry for there H
\\ ,. will give One Hundred Dollars ment with several physicians with- every reason you should buy your Meal and Remember must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them we will have Room. /
-:'iy case of Deafness (caused; by out any benefit. I then started to StoCk Feed from the Home Mannlaotnrer ,

.'rti j that cannot be cured by take Foley'a Honey and Tar and my (try.or by Your to doing money you Ii encourage left In the home community Indus

Catarrh Cure. Send for cir- lungs are now as sound as a bullet. and you in turn are Indirectly benefited. F. E. BRHi/tfNER'S
''..: free. I recommend it in advanced stages In foiterUf the borne mannlactnrer yon ,

r J. Cn E EY&; Co., Toledo, O. of lung trouble." W. A. D'Alem- U Bontrlbut to the community to the cause wnleh of Yon UT owl nil I. 1O3; SOUTH PALAFOX 8TBEET

:' 4d by Druggists.75c. berte, 121 S. Palafox. which contributes to your support.


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-p -- S ACTION WAS I! l QUICKER Your grandmother's doctor orderedAyer's H itrOD eSt in t \\7phji e \ \',

-f !;
Sarsaparilla for your father. It'sthe I -

Jaterecl: at the Post Office at Fentacola.f ; latI'TIlf'nt"t
.,if-cond-class matter i 1 I same old Sarsaparilla today. J.C.AyaCo.Lowell.Mw*., II I II Knding December 31.., tool "

OrriCK :- ltt'a Building, :lFaltloi +44 South i I



t Terms Invariably in Advance. As Near as Can Be Told 104 Lives LIFE( ASSURANCE[

On Year by Mall |4 lJ WITH WATER CO. i BURR OFFERED I Were Lost. ,' ijmm

Months .. 5u :]I ; I Birmingham Ala. '
ISis 22.
the Sept. -There
1'- -- A slight discrepancy: in story Assets . . . ,
On. Week by Carrier, l-ayabl Monday lu I: were but few new developments .
t Ii I I II of the new South African steamship I Reserve
i 1 I Mayor Jones presided and Alder. | THE APPOINTMENTSpecial oar in the panic of Friday night at ities.Hurplnsfrom. .and. .otner. . .Liabil(
TELEPHONE NO. 118. lice in thi yesterday is gladly i I . ,
piper the Shloh! Baptist!
men Moser, Pryor, Christie, HaY, over
Advertising Hates Furnished Application [ corrected today, and its correction 100 negioeg were killed.It ( which ---
Wright. liaars, McHugh and Green :! Divi-
__ I t j demonstrates that this service will to The Dally News. s yt attended the special council meeting II j i accurately just how many live
often and I Tallahassee, Fla.. Sept. -Chair-: -
be eminently more satisfactory Paid
t U1vi0N = LA9 Policy-holder
were lost. The number now in;
called for last appearsto j
night to consider the 1901 . . . . .
I I than would be interred from man Henry E. Diy of the Florida be not less than 104. an I may yet I .f : -' '' ,

I I 1 question of the water company not yesterday's account.It railroad commission this morning reach 1(1 Ii. A conflict arises from thr I j i Xewln urauceinHII.II. ? ;'- ,_

furnishing pure water and not complying fact that a number of bodes were r* i Total Insurance in forcl-
$. PENSAOOLA, 8EPT 23,1902'j with the franchise.The j is learned that each ship will be tendered his resignation to Governor moved from one unertaking esfah I I Dec. 31, 1901! . . .$; .7- -.

capable of makin a round trip Jennings to take effect Oct. 1. lis'hment to another and some of them J Notwithstanding the .:: ,. ,:' .
J council was called to order before
MAKIE COKELLI has issued another -
within one hundred days. As there The governor accepted the resig- were taken to as many as thre undertaking I cial strength of the Society :,
suicide promoter in the shape of anew 7 o'clock and a statement! from shops at different times an 1 II(j j greater security wlnet. :it-
are two vessels to be employed in nation and immediately wired a holders thereby .
+ book. the water company was read. This: I In more than one case a corpse was j I enjoy t' l I. \ \ : _
--- -- the service. this will make two sailings tender of the position to II. Hudson mistaken for another than the I are LOW aod'GL'ARAS I II! r'IKXOWLES .
i was in the nature of a reply of the person |ter than given by other .. :
t THE Texas: cotton crop has fallen I i from Pensacola each 100 days Burr of Little River. corrwt one. No additional deaths j jwere
fifty cent short, but the of I company to the letter from Mayor ;
n per crop I reported this mor4 (.
instead of one as was! expressed in Mr. Day leaves this afternoon for
candidate* i; as large :us ever. : Jones announcing a violation of I Efforts now are being directed chiof- :
article.In I Jacksonville to a position\]
--- ---- I yesterday's accept
ly at
meaFures. Th.relativ
i terms of franch "e. The company: I -s
f i AN exchange has an article on an I addition to this, the extrasteamhip4 freight agent of the Seaboard Air of a nnmlior of the victims wore wtth- General Agi-nrt.
answered that it had given the 1
rs abashed reporter. Thl i is a phenom. : matter I which are expected to be : Line. ont sufficient means to bury their doa i
j serious consideration, had sub. and this '309 8. Palafox St.. PF.N> '. .
non we had never even heard of : morning a relief eommitt"of ''

; +t j before. !j! mitted it to legal minds and had I j'i ii i employed will perhaps in a short four prominent cegro citizens with! ,! "

-.--- --- I time make JUDGE WOLFE !Jr. W. R. Pottiford. presirU-nt,; ,
|! gailiuzs proba- l of a ,In j jI
i come to the conclusion that they FOR: RENT.
Hl'EAKKK llENUKKSUN'S little sur- |I ble. I i-ni! n. ?ro bank as chairman, was ot i

y, prise party was: followed by the were not acting;: wrongly.I The com- '! I paniz d| to diphnrse: relief fund whi. hhave FORRE.VT
; : and merchants COMING HOMEJudge --Thc v .
fchippers were
RSi :Ili' Urud air;rifcved expressions of non- panv denied that: other cotditions of ;, boon laisvd liy tho Fir"-ninpliani '

: 7 partieiI. I1t;. 'the much interested in the news, and News! an,1! the white chiirfht-s. I 11.) gymnasium of th <
rf3 were broken, such as i itnaintainingpresture
t l - nations, almost cola Athletic da/
gentleman/ having wide entirt'Jy from white r'i'! '

_ + ;t LIErTE Axr Housox objects to : when the stand :!' this business predicted experience that J. Emmet Wolfe who has I 11.t:>n,;. amount ,to about $;1111 so far. and rented during t1r ,

tt coming to Pecsacola.! Another 1nrt.tJ j pipe was being emptied and uot lb this fund is being used to bur Shill' !
; been curler treatment at the for fairs concti'
Preeby- .
l if't stance of his notoriously perverted:' benefits !to be derived from ,the set- dead as have not been hurled from
proper mean of cuttin -otJ : Jtrian: : in for the lack of ces, etc- For
tate aud judgment. ; i vice would be unlimited. hospital Chicago_ I Ipast means. A number of ad)lJi- fxirt l l

'l'I r} - ---- ;j: supply from the pipe. They further j! : five weeks, Till leave that city Jional... funerals. occurred tdas'. call at the dui, (Ji
s No doubt Emperor Williitn is fittingly denied that there existed: obli-1:j i F. Beaeinelis, of the Mobile line, i j I < <> -SJJ,. i ;V "Sf phone' J'l.A
any .
I Il
Thursday for Pensacola.
or Friday
impressed with General Cor- wag again a visitor hers yesterday ; II Came Near
m to "furnish icing
| gation the city with pure j i a Cripple. -- --
i 4 bin's greatness, since he j he manifested l His many friends in this city are !
presumes and interest lu
| ; !
great Josh
ti water or any other than that taken i' V.'e<< thafpr. of Loo ootee.j .
,E to criticise adversely 1 the" einpofot'sf' i glad.: : to kuow he has recovered his I BRAND NEW INDUSTRy'
Ind i
1 f : : J I tr. tory.. People along the water j a poor man, but lie -iy': \h.
n army. fr''ui artesian wells reaching to a i : J I would not be without ChatiiberUin'
f Y -- I front did the game thing;:, aCid a oft !strength I ? Nothinir sucfiillit'; ,'
1 depth where a suflioieut supply is j i. : Pain Halm: if it cost five dollars
IT won't dci to let chevelier Henry I i stevedore said that he thought; since a. and success i ii' sure in, u..i.t _
known to exist. While bottle, for it saved him
'r there existed j i' from being '
j t \Vattei-on hear ot the tie* Gaiuer ?- ; the I new line was an assured fact, it IlVaterCure|' for Chronic ellll tillal ion. No prnductotlludgiu* III'I'! u-1,

N ville Miuketory.. He would immediately -1 no ways of forcing the com- < | Take two cups of hot water half an cripple. external application! i is industry-choice, up-to-il! 1 m: ?
would serve as a magnet: to linesfrom | equal to this liniment for still and
mike tine of his vitu-ernu": i pany to ;give pure drinking water hour before each meal and just bej j which are good "eU r'. :ail '
| here to other and swollen joints, contracted muscle-,
points more brand of .,.I.\ ,
tirades on Gainesville'WHK.N = "40u.; :' j yet the efforts now being put fotltf I 'II fore going to bed, alto a drink of still neck = smoking t III "
4 -- --- I partieuhrly to the proposed fruit prainsand rheumatic and Imu..cullr |Pensacol.i.1: The lar,:. -t .
L' I it water, hot or cold, about two hour
} was hoped, would result iri bringing I paitia. It hi- also cured
Sir Thomas
: Lipton again} : i ifaiU i lines to Mouth and Central America. < for a cent? ever
t :; after each meal. Take lots of out-
-& ,) to win the American cup. he i water free from contaminationfrom I numerou-i Clites of partial paralyi-, cordully invitt n: \i-it; :
; Mr. Hagennan received letter door exercise-walk, ride, drive.
rF !ia will erase that old adage, "if at first I i! the wells now being driven. It I II I 1 It I is for sale by all druggist? and tory and ln-peet the -L.e'a>' i iI idd.
Make a regular habit of this and in
: don'tucceed, I from London this morning relative I I If medicine dealer
Yp you try try again I was denied, however, thit impuriI .. [ ; Cli'chNnic, con-tipation --- o 1
many --- -
d_ off hislate as a delusion and a |f to the cattle shipped to South Africa j i
M '' i ruare.I i I. tics existed. in the water now being; I I may be cured without the use of any I FINE STATIONERY. -
i some time the Vermont
ago on giving -
i! furnishtd. The company had pro- I. medicine. When a purgative i is required -: !

; in ,
_ j ti ; from behind! its little s-creen !i i 1!'condition. Only one died, after :gentle like Chiunbril tin's stomach I C. V. Thompson No. II !South!, PictureSa
; and had I i ii
presence sent these
1 bl ,. fired its primitive political popgun, I i i reaching South Afnui, out of a total and Liver T-iblets. For sale by all Palafox -treet, ha jut opened .1,, !

( with Call as the chin iberry, and 1 to eminent analysts, one of whom diu/tists and medicine dealer. uew supply t-f Linen and lioiut
1 t"' shipment of tuu, which gives
): then j jumped; back and hid! ;; 'uin.iCome had; been heard from. Thi, was Hr. Papers, white, blue and !gray, will!
premise fjr future shipments from I i "[ i I- !" I
: f i out and hoot c.,we more ; wt i I Leper, of New York city, "pfciali-t 'OGEAH j LINER Envelopes match, Oxford -iz"- ; ,
a 'ta LlII.- i : "':
like it. this The Indent also
port. corrtsp i .il.-o Foreign: Mail Tablets with In-:
iu puriticatioa of I ,
ie -- water no. He :; I I'".IIC" [Iii I 'I!,. ;
,1 states tint of ,, vclopes to match. Ink
photographs the cattle Pencils
I 'Sli't AN epidemic of riieak-thieviuj;; has said: the samples had been -unjected TESTS OIL AS FUELNow I ,-llent.. I' I h'! i ii
't Penholder! niunkbnoks. Files,
show them t<) be ia most excellent! etc.
burst in
out Jacksonville. If the ,: to careful microscopical bacttri- i cv4ng Iti Urectiv
I etc., always on hand.
1 'J, municipal: authorities want advise; I j I condition and thriving in that ch- :I just tithe .
jological analysis; and no evidence of.: Phone 231.
., from one who kllo'ohow to ;our- : mate. I latest ; "
t pollution exist The i < YmV., Si-pt( :JJ -Tin' ,\ml'r1'31;
pres-s lawbreaking of thi* clu., we sample was 'Linn >[anit'r Kt-n.-Miyton; arrived to- Fleisdunan'Compiessed Yeast, art, and CM; ; 9

respectfully refer diem to our mayor. fouud to be almost absolutely free A Boj'u \\il-t ICitJe For Lifn. !l I day from Southampton. The Konsinetnn fresh-daily and kept on fen, at the masters A unready

:Ij C. Moreno:_Jones. __ ____ j i i from bacilli coli communi and the With family around expecting lam has; boon laid up at :NVwrastlKnsland. : --. cakes West;; f..r Flori.i.i 5 cents Steam or one Bakery cake and, two one I for rrii: : .'

6 to 25 .
!Inv 51)10.limn
; !
f overhaniiiiR cent t i i ij
THE NEWS, rtceives the auu )uncei 1 water was pronounced to be of rare to die and aon riding ins lit'-, H ; ticket for & cents. Bakers and .
j ,and ir.stallln! ? a plant fur the mice; of wish t.\
i. you c II
i j
.t went that Lieutenant! : Hob-on does j]i purity. i i mile-, to :get Dr. King's; Xew DisJcoviry !I (oil fuel! On the way from :'I.wc.a..1: j hitchapplied in any quiutity. j with our .' I--

tkt:,, Dot wish to beas-i,.:-ued to Peiiracola.: The council granted Mr. Walter I i for Coiisumption, Coughs, I i tie to Southampton the oil was used MEAT & I ,
; MALT has a m un Ions i binding tom: : -
) with rellf.'e haven't and ColJs, ..V. H. Brown, of Ltes- s'lrrPSStulr.
J t enough os- ':: Pitt who was present privilege of : ,1 i but as the plant was not dietetic \Thilen-freshinsrand I small cost. Vi' I .
Qt '', culatoty\ \* to gu around now and !' | ville, Ind., endured death's agonies the tl.tor aud he further explained L pleasant to take, it helps a;imila- I them ; it will:! I.( '
d 1' we foresaw direful results: from hi. I Ithe from asthma, but this wonderful 'the full iF=I"a1' put off until the rP .
I. tion of food. to shnw '
Sold us to
by |
proximity to urpre-erves. company's position and the|medicine i ii imeans !gave instant. relief aud turn trip from this port. .
i I '
DANXHKISSEK: BROI are al-o[ 1 '
it : prep;
1tl beiug exerted to supply good !soon cured him. He writes : "I now _
-- h
:s THE Gaiue-ville News -- | any pictur- i
anuouiicn! almost cost for the
k water. He felt the sleep soundly every night.1! Like ;:
.i was'
"i that the construction of :a road from company I Furniture-' (H OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S i choice and -iKi-:, :
marvelouscures of om'
% 4 it f; 1I Oaine-ville to Paradise will now i mralloblig'Hed to furnish water : : Consumption 1 forTi ewstock at small: i-.'-t.GOE'S .
J I I Pneumonia, llronchith: Cong*, Colds i O. M. Pryor. -
make travel from the former to the ; free from[ pollution, but in lihtat: I I land u __ __
Grip prove its matchless merit 1 i I
t4p ,liil latter place a pl..aure instead ..f the I 1 Dr. opera analysis he didn't think i iI for all Throat and Lung troubles.Guirantped :!I The finest line of sterling silver Fine oytHr-i today. Try then BOOK STORE
kl I laborious ti-k; it habeen hereto- :II I Prof. Metz was correct Dr.O"I)(>rI bottles Sue+ and Sl.OU. goods and silver novelties i j. to be I

4 t fore. We know what the road to 6)uudutJ. I. t Stephens'. Prices ,
{ F 1 I says the water i* not contaminated : ,! Trial bottles free atV.. A. D'Alemberte's to Grass Shears thai 'I' ." ,
opposite eternal abode
f U
pavedwith please all.Ball
; 'I and we hope the Uainesvillepeople :!I Metz says it i*. The question was i drugstore, lL'1: South }Palafox. _______ I close, at the JJ ill\' // "+ '

Et have picked out more substantial :I hen who was right. Sopr was: a | Bearing, keen cut ware Co'*.

T. i, m iteri il for their irwroad. 'j I more eminent epeciulijt than Metz, :! PUBLIC SALE OFCZEKE ting Lawn Mowers, at the
i I
i t THE resourceful editor tit the ;and thought the former'opinion i: Willis Hardware Co',)- I

11 + Time,-Union and Citizen has added( I j i I''should; bold! with the council until VIOLINS -- --- ,I 7not a :Strong; Purgative. [ '

4' r'a new opportunity to the various*1 i' s ticce,f ully.antagotuz-id. I I It doe all that f required to

1 ; he has already otlf red to :' Carolina Portland Fi.-h chowder will I" .
: ones | Dr. Soper's answer, he said, could i The! property of the late Prof. -timalate: the Liver secretions Hunday, : evenin1'r: .
q.., Ftoridua us an aid to the growth of ,
s, their indu-truil wealth He en- be backed: up by authority, bar i if ,i Czeke was soil :at auction a 1''sJav; s I without overworkingthe other can arrange r..frp'hmFII-tn h.'ivi- i 1\" .

( : 'this was not entirely ucce, "-ful aud! J Ji at Montgomery and the intirej Cement Co. time ..
}. thud i -ticilly! and uu. A.- a during; the wi-.k: :

w :,r : out the tat that, in the shape of a i I! 9 iti-factory, the only way to do : s'\j proceeds( amounted to less than fti *u terms See manu';
pleasant, palatableaxillve : CHAS. H. !1:1: I i
1 new way to nnnufacture, brick, tj arbitrate the matter.'j : This, it was believed, would be increased BIRMINGHAM, ALA. I
leads to the accumulation! of untold I' ;
i:i Aldermen Pryor, Moyer, Hay?, about U. l.IIJ from a sale: of AAA..A.AA.A Lo L-If
million It is not comprehended i t-A

R f !1t i by the cu-ual obserxtr why tilt' le- < Green and IJiar* questioned Mr. i the dead musician's property i inPcnsacola. Stor It.. of all High i Or Hle- .\npri,1' \ JTK Perfect P CFor

peeled editor referred! to d.> .s not ;; Pitt on material: points and to all re'speetful I(I : can Portland lament. O-im inia." | HAVE YOU NOTICE;) :
tier' ''- !
uall : atllCII. Geriiin Port- eliminating
take advantage of tin- opp; II LUuity'to ', replies were nnJe. Capt.1 I I The sale' wa made in the interest Inn 1 Cement, Kings X Y. (':-tlcinedj I !

.4 mike-the. mull >n-* him-eif.- faysaiJ and su3'ge.ttd that, since i :J,; and for the b ii fit of heirs, who rci f>.ater, H'Xendjle Cement kept at Ii and WHAT IS MISSED HERE'r
Typhoid Germs
_'orfulk. Purt-mouth, Charleston
f '' 1 ) i! "HTKAHiirr Democracy." I i the public's confidence had b'elllost. ;i: side in The .
r says the Hungary.; highest; pi .wej s t Ka"a.lln1h. Jacksonville, Ppn..icola, hV"V

l r' 1 zt, Ht. L tuis Kepubiic, 'f the old-faMi- would it not be wllIlur the; company i j i for a single instrument was ?J' bid !I!I Mobile, Nw Orleans, tlalveston. from the system nothing i ran: .. vvvVq. -
trt be We al-n iiiuke. siiipments direct from ---- -- ;' :::
ioned kind well stlmul.w.dand I. --
l may to consider well before it sank any I i i by a New Orleans attorney. 'I Mill4 wherever we equal it. It i is a tonic and .
1 1I I ChP:1pp"t''
encouraged by the nature i-.f the 1'I Everybody haa rig: t
fight on the issue of tarill rt'\'l-inn Bother I well-in Long HoIl'iVi here :!, Miss Ruse Harden of Louis\; die, freight' Alabama'rate. and Sole selling agents for alterative ; it will improve piece ol this earth, But :

tsd.t seepage was undenied. Mfr Pitt: !!I who claimed the under "Southern' CroiP.rand -" flght; for it. They mu-t W .'
t and trust restriction which i i" to de- property pro- !! Portland Cement, Magnolia health
r > your beyond your chance to get it. and get it
,, .; fide the result of the ctmpaigns ofi11W. I I -aid: well were to be sunk in a plat; :j: ,'i.iolllJf a will not properly attested, ,. made Hydraulic Natural Ctiaeut, Thoa C. Watson & Co

', ," GrF ) and ltf. A campainu in behalf immediately norm of the pumping'tation. : I II I was represented at the sale by an ,itt ; near liirmiugham. most sanguine expectations. !lave some particularly nLI; i '

#t of a tart: for revenue olllyandiUl'ppo.itlou !I I to offer jut now, ana ., ..
/ f i to the monopoly cate: [ rney. A bid for the most anc:"nt t ., Correspondence Solicited. i Sold o lii All First-Class Drn [ists.I you to come and ntve-t../ r'.

essentially a democratic campaign. I Mr. Pitt W,15 asked how long wouldit I I instrument was made, but her f. are ,Vn,0 '! will_nn navur_ _rpo'r..t.1._ u_ I. ':

It is foil of inspiration for all true require to secure Dimples and I i ianaualyze did nut come hitch enough.i =-- -- -- -

i :a1 Democrdt1'ne final results of the i j!I them from new wells i!j 1 --- ___ ____ F. B. BRUCE, This weather makes '
3 Rt. policy of a huh -criptive taritf ,i and he answered it would take three I, I
grass grow. You can
'rv3 1 have more than! vindicated the Democratic 'i: Dragged'Down

j t ; i;' The time stand Ins come ag.uu-t when that the polic.t peo-.1,]i I! the Alderman be given Wright 60 days moved time !': Feell; g fiver tk Ain( i in tk A'' S antic L UQ A A1ktc( iD and keen Grass cutting Shears Lawn from JlfJIU! : '

l tn pAiuplete but this
a changes, ; motion ''
x pie realize that they inu-t return to' In the lnins. Willis Hardware '.

k ts i;, Democratic principles: in order to I I I was lost. Alderman: Green moved1 Nervousness unrtfrtflnng si. Je.rx>n1 Co'r
protect their rights from utter surrender -1 I 1 as an amendment that action on the :; d n'r. Guns, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle Bicycle and Do you want a ; >- a'
: 'I t) the privileges of the tru*t*. !l! 1 It is time Y'U'It'1'f'' doint: f'tiinsr. for little money? If -" r.

q a This mean* detr.ocratiavictory itth i; neuter be postponed; until a special.Pi. !: The l..dIlt'Y'Iet.' annealKd: t:.' ';: -Bicycle Sundries, Edison Phonograph and Music. stephen;', the jeweler. 11" w..

I meeting' next week. Till ,, rei?- in .. commodate
national i is was car- your riife t1! y ;- nldin? th" \I you.
Democracy true to its
I reins and drivine j>.a nit i tr..uble.Hood's i
: j name." 1! r t.dnd the council adjourned.I u !;! Hammond and Other Typewriter, Typewriter t Supplies. All Kinds of

I --- - -- Sarsa willa Repairing. Lock and Key Fitting. All kinds of chairs an /
i: will Hgh-GradeHammeile! "Guns Kept for KentBig of
Supply Fresh
+ '' The finest line of umbrellas in the :;!- repair your watches and Acts with the meat direct .I'bll''l-! (t all at Low Prices Shells! rocking chairs at Marsw
S J welry in flr.-t-clasa style. J. 1 on the kidneys.: Il ii.mai1 .
best t
city 1 is at J. I. Stephens'. Go look ai 'Wtlow.
+ them Stephens safest substances fur corn and toni.a $ Quina's. Prices are
I at i\I these organs. 16 South Palafox Street.


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iroxj sorE n.En.: POLICEMAN N. C. O'NEAL, President; f. C. NORTON. Cashier ;
tr r j i. J.
: FOSHEE,Vice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier.

I N,.f anJ Specialty.Refinishing Furniture a NEARLYJOBBED I i AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK :



R. K. WHITE, DRUNKEN NEGRO CAUSED CREAT I Designated Depository of the United States.

ii' tch ,lal.rr. Manufacturing Jeweler EXCITEMENT YESTERDAY.At I I Condensed Statement at the close of business : 15, 190'Z.II .

and| (Jratluate Optician I !
,, .I- .._: II (From Report to Comptroller.)

Palatol "I PfOMtOU.ruPIS .
"Ouk ,, ,-
6:20 o'clock last evening, at the ---' LIABILITIES.Capital .
tl"- Time Loans ... ...... ............ .. .... ....
corner of 33S,79732: Stock ...... .... ......... ...... .... J200.000.00)
-- < YYY Zirrajfossa: and Baylen L.a.t..a, Demand Loans..... ...... ...... ...... ....
50,03655 .
r :l Surplus Fund... .. ... .... .... ...... .. .... 10,000.00)
Overdrafts....... .... ............ .. ........ ..
street, Police Oflicer Bpottswood I Family cares and duties do not weigh 104.72 Undivided Profits! ... .. ....... .... .... .... 9S56.23
was almost down the well woman, and the children U. S. Bonds and Premium....-......... .. 187,171.87 Circulation... .. .... .. ........ .... .... .... 125,( ).OO
NOTES mobbed by a crowd of I are never in her way. But when the Stocks, securites, etc.. .. .............. .. .. 2,625.00 Deposits ...... ...... ...... .................. 401,624,71
Furniture ... ...... .....
negro hoodlums who frequent that I womanly health fails and there is and Fixtures ..... d.71f<.4s
I with weakness and a constant [. R. Stamps.... ..... .... .... ... ..... ..... Ns34
vicinity. It struggle pain Cash ....... ..... .. ..
-_ va was only by quick action i household duties are a burden almost Exchange ....... 160 9 ,.6t:

of OHisers Fondebilla and Bolline past bearing and children are a cease-
W\ nid on left today for I r less annoyance and worry. $746,4S0.94 "716,1:30.9: '
that other
\-ittoSouth Florida. persons were not hurt. Weak women are made strong and
w w. At that hour Officer Bpottswood,; sick women are made well by the use of 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. I
j tl|1.Cru"by Co. are buying I Dr. P1t rce's Favorite Prescription. It

i ;.' t ,,:k?. See their ads noticed a negro named Chas. Clark establishes regularity, dries disagreeable --

going down the street, cursing very drains, heals inflammation and ulceration ,
and cures female weakness.

!-' : H li. 1'itt of the Pensa- boisterously.; ,; He had a etick in Sick women are invited to consult Dr. t

\\ : ....left Sew York yes- his hand. The officer told the I' strictly Pierce by private letter jrrr.and sacredly All correspondence I confidential. I tI

; .- xpected home either negro to hush but he became very ;, Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.I .

:. i.r tomorrow morning. much worked and I I "I had been ailing: some time, troubled withfemale
up sayingno
saucy weal.neos'wriles:: Mrs, Wm H Johnson
of the 1'ensacola I of Avondale ChfUr Co.. Pa "Every month I ,
-tiii? policeman could take himto
I would
have to lie on my tack I tned many a
,,-ty tonight. Every The : different medicine nothing gage me relief!
jail. officer then chased Until] I began Dr J'u-rceS medicines, using two
.id: 1 attend as diseases I bottle* \,) Prescription' and two ofi I \
Clark into James' .
bar and caught
; Golden Medical IhMXixerv These medicines
fall season are to be have cured When I bai
me began your treatment
hold of him. Clark tried to getaway I I was not able to do ver\ much t>ut now I dothe II II
I work for my family of nine and feel better Ii I
and reared around. Getting tolay than I hate for a >c'tr I thank you. I
I i,er of Apopka, cor- doctor from the Ixjltom of inv heart for well i
t-iry of the Uiptisti loose he attempted to brain Spoils- .j i do I know thai von are the one who cured me i

wood with the stick 'i 'T.uonte Prescription' has the testi- i
: \! -,ions, is expected to which he yet -
of thousands of its !
mon\ women to com-
t'.c pulpit at the First clun?. The officer time and again; plrtf! : cure womanly diseases Do not i

:"uudmy. '' accept .unknown and unproved substitute -
ducked to escape the deadly:: blow
in u- pl.tce.: A ,
: the Gad-Jen street and when he saw the negro was determined lr Punv's rieasar.t Pellets are the I
ire'i will serve fi'h best laxative for t.nmK use. i
to hurt him he pulled his
.! M Thursday
; square revolver and "tried a b .rrel" at the t '
I' invited and a pleas, i'e' i

.-- all who at. black. The ball passed upper Clark1; OFFICIALS ,

arm, dangerously near the hear

-,tie of clothing andM.'S further usa of the gun was prevented -

begauat the rurI"x I by a horde of other hoodlum :!! WILL' BEST

.; and Jnteudenciauiit. who endeavored to wrest the plot >1 : 'e'I

I I i
:. There will be away. :

,: i hi, a. m. and 7 p. in. In the meantime the saloon proprietor CRIMINAL COURT TAKES AN

: ,",I I- ,are coin at start-
procured a police whi-tle and f'I-
A 1 idCall and secure I i ADJOURNMENT UNTIL FRIDAY -
blew it 111 tiy.! Officers Bolllue and 1
at your own price. I ,
Fondebilla, who were then coining I MORNINC.
,a critics are givingi.nis | f fA
of the excellent to the 'station for night duty, ran to ; ANNIVERSARY SALE t

ihi'th Kennedy and the saloon: and took in the situ ltiou At the conclusion of yesterday Iafterhoou's i|

f 1': ili-ock in "Captain at glance. Their brother officer '
a criminal! j
bu-ine s In tilt I!
: .' r-e Marines: ," which I
Saturday night wa- then pinioned among some bar court, Jude; A. C. mount announced ii I ::1 I

rels several chief '. -
-h forceful actor by negroes among that the court would stand adjourned -

-w r me! audience and whom were Clark and Fred Scrog- : until Friday morning at lUo'doCk.1 ('1111I11I\III it'at to o.MR. I '
Green Watson Co.
iu clubs EIIITIIK-\Ilow me to speak a 'I
011.!! iiU'/ther to tears ;;(in. The two officers applied This i was ao ordered. ,
.I few words in favor of Chamberlain's
"II. t ecureseatsearly.:
lists and but of pi- vigorously
It was almost absolutely necessaryI i ii ;! .
I sutiered f three
-- -- Cough Remedy. :
from his It. 1IALLIOAV A ( 'O'. ntH T \\0. :
= peril-
cuiug pottswood
n" :
.. < "t well, sleep well, i that: short vacation be taken. Mr. ,,, years with the bronchitis and could! ito

I 1/:, weak: don't. Hood's ,m" position and preventing; anybhJOd..heti. Parkhill, whose work as a rTCI*eru. uot-leepat night-. I tried several| o kv2e
'doctors! and various patent nudicines i|
,'ike-,the weak .
!i- rtrou
.1 ;
tor In-i previously been referred to, but could get nothing to gilt Quote a FEW Fall Novelties I
Clark wa all the time saying he j had made for the state one of the i j me any relief until my wife ant a':
A CHEAT AUCTION SALE. bottl of thi v.ilo.tblo: medicine <
"was Charles of New Orleans. No most notable of fights and was en- which completely relieved me.V. .- I READ Tlil; LIST. I ISILKS

I white \ S. Rwx'KMAN B. netl, Mo."fhireliedy .
policeman : '
l: tuuer'-Irettauction: saleiud titled to a few days rest. He came

men's furni-hinijs; is could take tne to jail." He would j up to the city this morning from his gi-ts; and medicine i-firsite all drug-

-1v'log at the curiK >fnd certainly have done serious injury suburban home but went back on ----- .--...:::::::.

liituudHiii-la! street. to the arresting officer had he been i : by buying :
; Sarre
the return lr.lllllo recuperate.Judge loney
i ;a. in. and 7 p. m. Cull \ furniture Dll'ERIAI.'ELOl'I, very brilliant with rich c/I'orilll's/' :
given half a chance to use any sort Blount said this morning your inches wile, per OaC f
: / id-! at your own price. I
of : at Marston $ Quina'sGreat
weapon.At that several reasons: impelled the Furniture BLACK TAFFETA, 19 inches wide the guaranteed kind, pr _
the box, Chas. McPutfee, of which the BmpoI j yarl: 70C
:N.\\Aij sTostrat MAltt4Kr.Itrp..rt :. adjournment, one wa I ,
white attempted to render a"U- i I intention of several! attorneys to tile ,, rium. I I "Ye Old! Time Guar"tnteed" HLAJK TAFFETA, no better made;
, .ii Daily for The Never li] The man who nwiis his own home $>1A0
tancfi: to Clark and was him elf 7-IUc.lpt'r
i trials and rehearing
motions for
; "''UIlII Natal SiorcnCo.f.OSIJ. l new insurehimself again-t lots of
arrested Officer Holliue. i and ;iti-iiu'li, per yard; H l T
by '
.. of cases. Cases not of a pressing I trouble and worry. Nobody can
Upon hearing evidence in the case A SPKCIAL-M in.-h BLACK TAFFETA-i'.dU'! weave,
WW t3tij H... ._. tI .;;, 1, nature: were postponed until next j raise his rent, and the rent day has that will /give long wear: per' y ird . Jpi UU
, we a :.;', A. 15" this morninir. Mayor Jones announced term. i no terrors for him. It's ea*y to own ,
" )H :ri'V"_... ..... 1 HTi that he did not propose that 'j:1 home nowadayThos.. C. ---- -- ,
N :1C', K... lh/ Friday, when court again: : convenes : '
\ .. r:1' _. resistance or interference when Watson & Co. can tell you howeay SVITINGS
; D u l ii ,: after the motions will have 'I ,,
it i iCall aria see them.
... :
l "I (; blow 1:1 arre-t were nude should
",:KITS TU&I'C""tII. !4 go unpunished. been argued, all prisoners who have e.A.B T 0 FtIIL.Beare VII E\'IOf 54 inches wiJe, jpniiged and! liruiik, (JIP- yard. f I.OQainJ PI! .", :

, Scroggin and McDulTee were been convicted of felonies will b. ICI K''.d You Hatt ?. I
, R'ras .alb8tgaatue ,'
the L.\IH E-: CLOTH. inches wide, in all the new fall shades!, per yard. !title'
then lined $:!;> each for their interference. '
I sentenced. This will take in : /l+ # I
Clark was fined $10 for drunkenness or ..{ OCR SPECIAL-54 inch BHOADCLOFH ; for its smooth finish _
FOR THE BEST burglar gang, none of whom have I I and lutre it cannot be equiled: orr $1.50
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and given M; diys on the escaped: conviction thus far. 1 he I I

; : .. it i-. VII on :Sj'itzT .vTh.y street for hiresistance.: ': case tlf0.)1 Graves, for receiving COLUMBUS ![ ()l'It (JIIXTsI'l HMsllINt; III'\1rr: iiN'I' is being rapidly: :

: are d.11I1thto !Hnetii' For Chf'f \'Pltfll.I | stolen property, was continued Until! discovered: AmoriP'i in 14!':!. but it1 i! filled.Ve have Unt.ll"rwt'lir.lilr'-. "tispeti.l.1overalls! Tiei, S"l'k-
: eau: be turned out and are hiuy next term. was nothing; compari-on to the 1!I'di.covery I Handkercliief iu fact ail;! that iuefi---ary fur :Mm'Wear, except l'
"I I I made: while X rth and ing and Hut-.
ut "n India rubber tire, thei used for or sixty years by miilionsol i Joe Keee was convicted yester- East: last month. We all kIJOWOPPORTUNITY I
i the market, till short uotiee, mothers for their children while teething
,, nave a full lm of rubbery : with perfect nuccehu. It .uotb.-, the child. I d.iy.afteruoon of breaking! ; and enter- 'I Don't Forget the Place

,:;, -toi-k. I duttenhtbn guniM.allitys alll'.uncurt- "luC: ing. This is the negro who entered I
1 "but' buggy! need upholterI i colic lAud U the beet remwly lor Diarrhoea mikes the man.: It wa presented tome '
: I l','.y can stake it gooii as HHW. It will relieve the poor little sufferer Im Friedm in's :store with Tolbert and and I tookADVANTACE GREEN WATSON & CO.

! ;i'i i iertti, are rei-ou.ible. for mediately. Hold by Druggists In every Dun who left his filthy coat in that place.A I i! ,
! i\-' ample capital to carry onI II of the world. Tweutr-ti\e cents t* bottle ;
.'I t=- carriage bnildinir and tie sure you a.k for ")1 rs.W 1D.1"w's Pooth. I
I : .: business. Don't fail to la* $)lup,_a uJ take n" other kind. US'ln'tllolt., \6l. ; of it. tell Telephone 193.If .
I Have not the time norpace to
1 : dll.I "I want all the world to know," you all the great dicveri"- I made, i
I d' .'Mired.[ I mattresses forthe write, Ilev. C. J.P.udlong, of \h- hut you will find a few of them be- ,(
"i'i1zFRt1CRFAR1! rr I Iflu II htl\t t ever -,Jj here. You Then, ,
I prier low. and you net the benefit : Buy it the B'I-t"lIh,1' Store, They are OooJ : '
I I ir, KI-t Warden-tret t \ o. :M. Pryor. away, K. I., "what: a thoroughly '!
i ,j.. -- ---- good and reliable medicine I foundin Satin Calf Shoes at f1.2Z, regular'

i Thos. C. Watson & Co. Electric Hitters. They cured m- aLT seller. ;
'uv4" have good yea-t to snakerake Satin Calf Shoes at Si &>, regular ; Do You Know
.it : -.. '1 he Vet Florid I the leading Heal K-tate Agents take of j ttiiidice and liver that |2 00( seller. '

liik.'iyselN Fh'l-chlltall'" !j all the worry oil the shoulders of the caused me great utleriiu for many Patent Leather Shoes at *2.00.I

.. --cd Y"ei-t. two clke: or one owners of property, manage the year-: For a genuine, all-round curt *260: I J300 and '1.-.0, worth M percent i Children lake twice as many "tf'pSIlS grown i>,.,,,
I Jlj t "UKticket for a nickel. muting of their houses and the collection they excel: :anything I ever aw." : more. i iVici I ..*,"****.* m-cqieiitly weir nut twice "as many Shots, unless:
Electric Bitter are the -urpri-e of Kid Shoes from $2 5n to $5'W'1 you buy them of u-'.' i
For the next of their rents as couscieutiojsly 1 Hat of all grades, styles, iI I
j t. all for their wonderful work in Liver, ] ;
. Almost\ 1 t Cost C t tin i jH's-fur- I as they would themselves. Kidney and Mouiach troubles. :, and deignfrom oOc. all the way up THE rea-.u why you should buy your CHILDREX'S SHOES u>- a.
I .11 fur- niture atO. Their charges are very reasonable. Don't 'fail to try them. Only JWcts.satisfaction : i to $5; 'jO, and hose I Rec.m-e we allow no man in our line tu-ub.ler.ell!! u*. 2-W", buy
g! : 'r'- to nuke room for new I I naarantttd In''i.. A. none but rte l>et and direct from the minuf.icturers, enabling: us to ,
1 O.[L & 1* O H:I A.. D Alemberte, 121 South Palafox. KNOX HATS ave you at lear 5 per cent on jobbers'prices. A-We are up with the
-- I !!lean the! ie K.n d Y.a Hare 1t\3rs&1.1:1gllitu."t times and curry nil the I tw-t novfcltie- the d ,y in Fin- Shoes, t-Ue- '
I I will be here in a few day*. Did I '
! Foley's Honey and Tar : canoe our motto his always been "Kind Courtesy to All Cdttotriers
1( A GREAT AUCTION SALE.F. I tell you about, them"Vell.. I'll tell Ii i ii 'whether they buy or not. WB awwayIcid.l our competitors follow.
i for thifdren.ssfe.sure. No oD/ales of i i I you now in a few words, : They areI : H-We give you a School' Tablet free ai.d ",give it cheerfully.
the "<}uintecf>nceof Swelldom" ;
1 -- ( ..... ;
E. Brawner's ;great auction sale just the article to lop-ot) with one of ----- -

i roit of clothing and men's furni=hiu's IS : tbu-pswell wits of clothes you heard 'I: '
i! now in full swing at the corner of me tell about. Shoe
Boston Store 1.
SCHOOL: ) BOOKS Palafox and Intendencia streets. SUITS

Hales: at 10 a. m. and 7 p. ui Call and
!IfromfSOoto |2oOO. make material
kl ;1vE THE LARUESF'L'CK: EVER BROUGHT TO PEXSA- buy goods at your own price. I and finish the finest of the flue. NATIIAX C. rOKCIIii3liit IniiiiHor.|

EXTRA FINE j! Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street ;

OEM BOOK STORE. EMPTY SACKS WANTED.The I line of 50.:. and 7:;c. Shirt In !\drJi.i I I -- -
Mellen Croby Co. want oat tion to the "Eagle" at from $I.W to I|I: *
i II ) kinds of Furni- I Crab nets and fishing
12jO and they are bound to
pleaseyou. -t Line of School Supplie, Tablet.. Penoil! Penholders, Etc. and bran-sack------- --- 3o-2w 1 !I It rrrorrm'iAll$ etoomcfur tackle to suit everybody, at

SEE ME AND SAVE MONEY. ,, See S Ppi f before you His buy prices Fur- I' All Fall too fast goods for arrived me. ,so you can'tcome 1.I new stock._ ''I the Willis Hardware!.. Co's.

arethe Yours, for Men's Furnishing,
': lowest. ; Fishing tackle of all kinds CEiBTtt121: '...
CHAS. R. JOHNSON ---- -- i Bears the ltd I'd Y" Hats Fast l jc
i Garden hose ai the Millis JOSr COLE1AN.I 'II and good crab nets at the Iryatnn
I1H SOUTH PAL FOX STREET i Hardware Co's. I Willis Hardwaer Cos. I 'EGt ,


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Jim Dumps' good wife was much distressed
J "Let the GOLD DUST twins do your work."
; / Because her cook went off "to rest. ,

i "Great guns I I have to cook she said. f' .[Original] \

Said Jim : "Don't cook-have Force Instead I" One summer while on a bicycle tour

The children all agreed with him I stopped at evening on the bank of a

( qli And passed their plates to Sunny Jim." lake beautifully situated and looked
,.. about for a plat to hpend the night:

i A farmer came along driving u 'okt"of"t

('{>r lnJhe told nie thl'l't'lS but .
one Louse: in the neighborhood that J
I would be agreeable to uie CaptainLaurence's
but the captain was a !gentleman -
orce v and did not take in strangers.;: '

1 Mounting ill) wheel, I rode! around the
; lake till I came to the house in ques
The Ready toierrt Cerod tion.

It was one of the coziest homes 1

i 'p + have ever seen, built on an angle

formed by the 1.lkeUll n stream.
1 is the minute-man Great overhanging trees shaded, and

1I the house was ecu-red with n \lne. A
of the
: pantry. FoR gentleman sat on the porch reading a

( t tr magazine. I si>oke to him, told! him tuy
ai' situation and afttr going inside for a

moment to consult his wife I sup;>o-e, I ij d i

he K'turned awl united me to l'*- his :
Sweet, crisp fitkes) et wkttt tit Malt- atta ctll.
guest ell; morning. I most gratefully
ace*'ptt'd. .

I vit down to a dainty supper v-th a : 'y \.

!, family loiHsiing "f She (captain, his i I
5 A Hot-Wceaher Delight wiic, a letined woman: with whose tippe.srahce kLjg

( r "'F ree' la a njtant delight to me these! hot t1. YJ;. It's always ready for every meal, with ; I was c iieually stiuik. and ,
+F rr ST. for breakfast, with fruit fur !lunch and in a simple pudding for dmnir.e tat it lust 1 several boys and guls iff v'ariouages i ifllr !
f ; ..dirt. ttdumt, too. It bares LS lots i>f work and trouble.!> Mrs ,. \i
.\ Ihe others Lad gone to bed the
p r t (lame t.rW La1 Qlllppl1C11 llli.) GOLD DUST
t 11 ': {plain Hulll'at on a porch

: ; it, -- --- -- Lug: the lake, smoking.;:
t y N .- -- I will take every particle of dust and dirt from ycr f ;r- >, .1
1 hlllt.f a Captain Laureih i.
woodwork -makes, them as clean ae a whistle, neat & a 1
SLEEPING CAR TRAGEDY. said "tlwiirli: I never saw him. YOIcan't :
NOTICE. Nothing so good for washing ciotise, ala aj nes.
: be he, because he went to thebad.
a5 What IIn|>pn<- + -- -- u Bottle VOpeiicU.. t! ChKlZO. New York. Boston St.l.ciLS.:4 crs of 0V AL FAIRY SOAP
I "Captain I.. C. T. of the
? M/Iff' To Manufacturers, Dealers and Others Inter- "Denr me!" said a J.ll'uJtII'nly.! \ "It 1-th United Mates aitillery'r1' !'

& was just this time last year we made 1 "Y l'S."

fttt! ested in Fertilizers. that dreadful i-lft'i'iu); car trip and '.I am the man."
: Lad such horrible adventures bueausewe I was tollbhpd.! The Uiurenie I :

didn't: Lave corkscrew. i: referred to had been one of the mustirumking W TB NNL'N \\V AIIT 1UMN !
'Gertrude was half sink, almost had j I!I ; young officers in the ninij I II .
r t N tir tt> all; n.. iinjMirtci.o iiinl ilf.ila in Insomnia und Lad u malt tonic with I but, having; ; been caught;: cheating :at

$ r ftTtilizers aunt :such ui.itcri.iU as cnine under the fertilizer her which the doctor said, "she could ,I arils, was cut \by all bis couirados and II |

I laws of the start of riuri'l.i. take if she was sleepless. After every- 1 was fonvd to n>!gn. I -

Afitr can-fill 'oll.ill'I'at, I hare\ ilmilnl in-red to me that sho couldn't sleep and of me." said Captain I.inreuce, I
t ( lie! following; general I order to take clR-it rlanuarv 1, :
thought she had bitter take
some ton "I would not have imited to jool:1J
e lour.
1- ic. Would 1 hold the while she
glass over night As it i 1-:. I may make it hs EFFECT DKCEMBEK 1. ISol
i. olDln0.: : 1. opened' the bottle of malt? I held the I!I embarrassing; fur yon (for 1 hart
glass and kept on holding !It. She Lad New Orleans and Mobile.
4 + I stoked to feel embarrassed about
v Swtion r i> of tinfeitilizcr 1 Law, approved'] May[ :!!. Ifi (ul. | raydisgrace ---- -- ---- - <
forgotten to bring corkscrew and j
':' .. '(jiiin> thiii all manufacturer IT I1t'all'l'hall: : tile their n i ) by telling you how it <"'- Sot\ !t'oo... I 10.9. -V o,e. ,' No j
,t was getting the cork out with a pen- i ourred. If you Ulieve my story, you 7:1; a 12:15 m l1oi: p Leave ..... P e negcola ._..Arr\ve Eau(!\ a No.IP I (1))p
; Kith of antI!.\s.i is with the <-onimNM<>uiT of a I' t'lIltllI'I' knIfeI must stand ready to hold the I I j will rest more pleasantly tonight ender111V bail a 2.7 p I Iot a Leave_.... HOIU8ton... Leave \ 2;. a Y:4': p 7 s5 p j
I 11:00 Ii .::!t p I 2\5 a LI'aV8__._ Mobile .. Leave 12:11I'D't 12'1 n : t 'Ii
i annual II\! '. I lu order to pl'el'Pn'nllt'IhlOll u> lot the date* glass the very minute she got the cork 1! I "
Y when oath. expire, it i is ordered+ ] that all oaths he tiled! started or the effervescent stuff wouldbe uiy power to make you comfortable. North.

r :i1 4 : between the 1st :and of .1 luheu'v\ 11i4l.: ; and :subs lost. How 1 was ;going to b.lo.ltt in !, ")[.\' t':1..h''t'ars'. in the :tl'lI1wIr.. .. I -
of the proper spot in n piu-h! dark sl*> '- '
oi spent in :-e-ich'i-t f.irtiuciti is'-lated.'s1)teiaily -
et ijueiit years the "auH'11..\ oaths heretofore tiled, or j No. 2. So. .. I :\0. .11t "if' '
lag; car licrt'a I didn't know; but at 1: in from the nst ,. ... ,
winter :u pm 1:15 pm. Leave I't'n.aenls Arrive .Ii() pm' r. ''i
; I that mali' fih-il! prior to the date named willl'l'I'iu'.blis ; any rate, I felt eliwi fully willing to the world. To pass the thin- we j $:liam 6:57p: m I Arfl".. .. :llontoom..rr: _.l.t'8Vt' 11:15ain .. .,
void after January 1. I'M'.l.: :: Ir brand of I"f 11.tam I'apm' I Arrive.. Bnmlogham..l.rnve 1I: lam 4 111" '
any try. i -I'I1 poker: for awhile for nion.-j'. p m 9:1 I" a m Arrlyr ..... NlhU\111l1 .......LearnYO
I t ? tMids, or LOW linns eltleriitg; this Territory for I buine* 'Here hold the glass; hold the but as the excit<'ment of gambling\ n : am '1:1.1 a m I Arrive n !.nul'IIIt. .. Leave 9.I5: P m j r. .

j t daring; theesir.. and 1 after January 13; of each year the glass:' cried Jcrtrude.' 'Oh, pshaw: distasteful to me I finally (In lined to _j 7t: '1'_am 81__ __11:5Aa 1:3';:; p.m IU__ ,' ArrIv"ArrtyCincinnati S I LOlli' _.. _L..avflJil Lease_ ,_ .:I5.p pm m____ I'. ; {

i'' t oath of .mal\M i> will lontintie in force until Januan. 1 of 1'n not quite ready yet: ., play\ for stakes; whereupon we i.Lcvtd'I ifor i' PEN ACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
\'t'r.ll false alarms Kkp: this nc- !
u'ir.; chips. Tins not proving interesting
r:1' the next and no loUt'I'
' 1 ; curred. I promptly held out the glass wo '",;!;:l1I to cheat one aiiothir. studying !, No. 21-Vailr: No. 1-1Ially I Nostop .b..r" time not bbown .i No 2-l.Iallr: :So. ._- .,.

ti ( )lillE1: Xu. :. several times 'Illl'wlll're in the pitch different! methods!: some; of us inI ?- j -I1M-pm- 7M a m 'iLl'a\en.n..l'en.8eolan.\rrln lo:5fJ pm -+:-Y

V dark and then Gertrude; would say: We would 1315 night 1:11" ,m" Iob..mla.. ...... 10:117" e ,;
; 1 In compliance with Mftiuii> aold:: I 1.1: of ".\Il Act to Pro- :I I coming quite expert play a | 12::) 7:11\ ....... Ynlestra .m.._. 10:81" .. ,1Ia 1
"TLaw! I can't get this old cork : game of 'freeze out'-that i is any man j :: 7:1'1" _...-_J:: eambla. .. ._ III\ 5.1
r ,( \nle: for the lUI'I'I'I.ti"n IIauaIYl'i'i; of and lli: ';!ulationol started: Why didn't somebody tiring :: caught choatim was iule! out. the others -! UI3" 75": .. ..... .._ 1\1 ulat .....__ 1l:2'I" f :4:
1;' the Sale of Commercial" I i It\\! .. 7:::!'1" ... ..... Harp ..... ..... 10 1" .
AjprovedMay a corkscrew? i : playing on till all had been caught I 121" 7:35": .........tit: City......_. 10:16 r -
'. l.;'lll. also ill uimpliam-c with the resolutions of "Finally while I was fitting up In i i j: but one, who was the winner. We I 12:514: a 7ii D t. Of ........... Stilton ..... 11>:10 r .
1:1\0 am..t ...._ (300(1 Range__ .._, -
i \hv ".\.*. (' ii"n of .\lIlC'ri..anril'lltural; Colleges andKsjicriment the dark half as-lvop holding the glass" played this frame Incessantly one winter Iaa :IS" ........... bolts .... ,?. P211 ;!\. 4 4 .'
and awaiting the signal from Gertrude, ]: and found it more exciting than a : t. 11:311: 't "___ :lllIlIgan ..__ .. :" t l 1l
:Station. and the "As*oeiition of Ollicial .
: she evidently got the cork started I :!;>lI": 0:34 -.... Crestvtrw .._. .:18Bl.I 4
Agricultural Cl.-mits." as recoinnieiide Itthc tate came for real stakes played legitimateIv. } ij.M .Ieer Land "_'M" t:6i .
without having time to mention: it, for At. the end of the season I was declnrid 81" PII ...... No',:r head ..... q:4J; -
: chemist: of rionda. the fidlowiug regulation; i is adopted. there : .::0.1" D:31) ..11elonlaltlprlnga.. at 6:11 t.
1 arose a tremendous fizz all In : the l best cheat of the party, ha\- .:1'1" IIU _.. .....Argyle. ..._ 1.4 : !
I c't to take drtallllI', / ,\' 1,1alti1.: :! the dark, and n stream of something .. tug won more games than any of the ;, ':"1' :57 ......Ponce de 1.4"00. ... 1:29 : .I 16l 1-

.i It'' -. _' : "Sec. :II.; K\ery: hag, barrel or other package of comtntrcial ; awfully! thick and sticky! struckme others. j )!\')! "" 11).15 11):11) "' _.. .n... ...W'estvtlle-----tary\'llle: ....__. "" 7:1:1"7:17: I I5t : 4.,

fertili/.crs C'oI\IIII\ seeil] meal, ('::1t tol' pomace, to- right In the eyts and! trickled down i'' "In the spring I was ordered to ohe'' 1I.tI" la::*) ......_...Ronifay,......_ at 5:55 1:7
80 at 10.7 ... .. .. "
lblpley fI 7.'
.o ; harm, sicm. lobacio du>t. or" tobacco meal fila 1111 fad m'f'11., nil over my slit-ping car gown. Ger of tinprincipal j-osts in the we>t. in II'S, it:7' _--C'ottonda; .....n.... '.1": "' I I'I .4 : ".
trude's gi.:'Ie t'HuMI". beard above the 784) II ... ....... "
1i ; which were located the hfad'iuart 11:25: l8rlallna 8:00": I. .
bold in. or imporled' into this state, shall have ecul't.J.ratllt.hl.J ,. ..
pi roar of the train. To that I 7:1\0 113 . ('ypr'.s .... 6:34 : .m
t 1 or labeled, and plainly :Damped thereon the "say was of the department. There I met the 1 1dati 7:'" II 11:62' ", ......Grand Rldge..._ 5Y7:! 1
K angry;: doesn't de'rillt' matters at all. ::lit>'r of the grnsrd commandlm! :. i ito 7\1": 125 noon.. .. t4neade ... ... I 6:11" !
w't II number of net I"IIIIi'S" of futili/or i in the paikape;: the Gertrude! managed to grab the glass whom I i iKH-ame engaged.! 1'oker is 11:16 II I ll:15: Arrive..Rlvs-9nctlon _Leave, "' .111" .

name, l brand or trade I'IIJ'I111'.1' which the fertilizer j is and save a little of tie tonic, but I pot common in the army and was: universally I u _

;t '' sold, the name and :..!..l1'- of tho illailllfl 't111'et nd thelietiiieul the most of It on thyself and on the plaji-d it Tort -, tout my li- I,
i 4 F aualv:>is, staling the ]en-eiita; of ammonia. pillows and sheets of the berth. taste for the game: was 1'0 great that I i GROCERY STORE.MOVER .

or "In the morning we were terribly .. .. .. .. ..
sk_ uud the source from which th.anll' i is derived] the percentage declined to play. However one '\ '11- 0-- -- II
afraid to fact the porter, but Le only ins I was: standing over a poker tail\ .
of soluble ill the of
potash' : water, jiercentapc;: said !' .

7t : available phosphoric' arid, and the percentajro of in -oluhie 'You all ladies done had bad luck and decided the, to pla.vers take a Ixkedso hand. sotinl that I j WILL

1I1a.' phosphoric :a>-id.! the percj-ntauo of iuoi..tal'e eon- \\ld your liter' mgl.t You done "Half an hour passed without any

1 } : [Lined l therein. alx) the maximum percentage of chlorine spilt dart beer all ovali the [.luN'.' I I}, change; wliatever in my tluamcIn Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stockof

'l'5'E, therein and all other ingredients: from whidi it i is comjHHiiidcd. "The tonic did Gf'l'trud.hl'omnla fact the ;same jrovinl 'll unintere-t- Fine Staple and Groceries.
= At l alo the >II1I1)| showing: the i>a\meut of they no !good, for she giggled offensively ., lug to me that my thuuhts; wandeied.t:
license ftP provuletl '"1' in thi< art.*' now and then during; the night"-De'! I wi,. thinkins_ of the girl I had recently ,: No 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block.
troit Trie 1'ress.Inctota j: and the In storefor !
+' ', 1;> The {piaraiiteed; anal,v':si*, shall state the ingredients i I won happiness' TIM-.PIIONK: ; 327
.: 111<'. I was soon: to lx ordered to
gnarantet'd in the following i : Could Not Help Her. i, -
when I :
; t. the command of an ar"enaL |
;X I Name of fcrlilixer i or brand; ] ; name of manufacturer ; "I Lad kidney trouble for year?,..1' would 11:1eall: oplortunbty t>> u- e my i ii !

,1! F' t 9 plate of mannf.iHuic. writes \Irii. Riymond Conner of :!i I Mentitlc knowledge: and perfect: a new II | The Star Laundry

E t ( ;( NiuiilKT of poumls to parkarc.: Shelton; Wash.: "and the doctors pun I had Invented. All these matters I I ,
could uot help I tried I
me. Foley'e
were passing through my mind. and i
; ( ; r.IXTEEUX.T.YOI: : : :-:. Kidney Cure, and the very first' dose the I I
ifll'l game wavlaylll:! was ab.olutelcforgotten. Biggest Busiest Best I
relief and I .
(gave me am now cured.I i ,
Moisture! at I'll I decrees Tar. not exceedinj);. per cent. cannot say too much for Folev's'Kidnev |'I. : Suddenly I heard one of I

'f! 4f: Available 1'ho-phoiic Acid] not less than . per i cent. Cure." W. A. D'Alemberte, I i the company say:
121 S. Palafox. : 'Captan: 1 ']ur'n'lyou are a '
; ; t lnoluble Phosphoric' Acid iM>t h'*s than . .1'1'1'i' ('('nt. : ', swindler.' I ; An Evening Call on

.1uh11ubia-at-ltlal: :and },,ittnthil-hat less than.ler cent. I "All rose from the table, some looking ,

I t = 1 (11)tt' \t'I.] from lIitl'lliuf :soda, blood], nisi: scrap, etc.) If you want a good Bed- I ; at me with astonishment, others I; +t'JL Your Swell fr l'ull..

I t 1'otash \iK'JOt I water soluble: not less than per' cent.Chbuino stead or a nice Crib for the I glancing at me. One who had been t you will find will be war! '
baby ;o to Marston looking over my hands declared that > )c: :
( not e\ce.tliiii,.per (('lit. cS'Quina's. $ ,
i he had not only teen me cheat once, ceived if you are well and
1 N This firtili/cr i* made from ( nitrate of soda :sulphate j '
but several times."I : -' dressed; and linen r
= i- irr,
of potash blood, bone, tankage, trill sirap, acid phosphate - -- -- awoke to the consciousness! that

R ('h'.. as. the last: may ht'.l) CU1T\V NOT1CEH. I daring; my absentmindedness I had able. A woman of rdi! :

f E' livalt'htc of will be allowed NEITHER till I ., '.' ,. always gauges a mania well br
: t t.. fertilizing; ingredients: not captain owner | dropped Into the habit formed during; s f
l'a jl: in the guarantee.: a BrltUb* nor us consignees utfield will ot the be | the previous winter. What would It' I'a stincts by the condition of t hand :- .

h ai The stating; of the maximum and minimum percentages:; by: ibe crew responsible of said vessel..for debt contracted I I avail me to assert my Innocence I ;: 1 be goes Into her preset.mored ; .' '

tJ of a :given material guaranteed; will not be permitted. ... Ii, KABRANTV I was ruined. j I -ez:..::: with beauty when !IM- "
41 \ 8. Keyser: A Co., "
Captain. 'Gentlemen' began and 8toppC'l.l.1 J collars ,
and cuffs have been dni.ty9 '
; The actual amount of minimum will only be allowed on Consignee. :':!UtaNJolTHER -> '
; I Why make a defense that would not at the Star
: I; ; the guarantee. tile .. ... { Laundry.
Y captain owaert j be believedV I covered my face with J ,r I
h x t' 15. I:. McLIX, will !be of responsible the Br is my hands turned and [left the room.
t : Tallahassee, September} 11. 10iV2.Commissioner! t crew of Bald Tenet. contracted by: the "The next morning I was cut by ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods Called for and Deliierei Free,

li 'f ; of '.\ rirulture. Vi. G. FOX every officer at the post. The general
# t. W. L. WlttlcU Consignees.A Co.. Ca h'Mt taln. sent for me and told me that to avoida TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
I scandal which would be Injurious

sfet* ) ; Mystery Surrounds Tragedy. I Aycock Takes The Stump. to my corps and the army It would be WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.

":! I Ra.ltlgh.\.. sept. 22.-Governor necessary for me to resign, and If I -

I Aycock is booked for some speechesin KIDNEY QUEUES did not he would be obliged to prefer

t'1't -; out of the tragedy of last week ja i the tenth congressional district, the charges against! me of conduct unbecoming ESTABLISHED 1862.

t which Robert Anderson and Jesse : only doubtful one in the state. He thus tllo an officer and a gentleman. -

Wh1t Lawson went that lost they their Un>s. The story ,, goes as State Chairman Simmons m & nest fatal! el aS! .. 'Of course: he concluded 'all Is over McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
got to fighting vhlla says into the very heart of the eon&my's between you and my daoghtet'"I ,
fin t i calling on a woman chased each otter country. He will speak at Ash 1eaeF. resigned my commission but left I I -DIALBU B 0

h ,, down the steps and foil into i deep yule Oct. S Webster it with my fiancee to decide upon her
: 9th. Bryson City
y + (' ditch, both their neck being broken I course after she had heard and General
10th. Franklin llth. Murphy 13tl. uLIIfuINEiI: my story. Ship Chandlery tfarduiare
tt a by the fall The sequel is that Haysville 14th. HendereonYllle 16th. She believed In my innocence and married .

the women, Dazler Tok-s and. Rtna I Brevard 17th. He may 8 Oak at me before I left: the post We COS AND 005 8. PALATOZ STREET
j Watts, and Rena's brother Ollrr. ire bought this place and
: here
[ came to live
Marshall, the home of Senator Prttch at telunded. c-'t -AG JNCTr-
,1 under arrest, suspected of having committed and to die In exile."

ard. the Republican state chairman. REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN A.ROEBLINO'S BORB CO.'!!
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murder. The rtCOpIa4 fcy tatatnt M
t body of neither "Captain I said, my sympathy for GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RDSSEL 4 BON'S PCMP8.
(i I man bore signs! of a blow or other rlo.lence phjrtkkni u the besi fa :your misfortune Is only equaled by ,

t ;a, and the wonder Is how three Avoid serious results of kidney or IIWy end BIdcIer ttouWu.IIUI. my admiration for the woman who turn \\iiw dada Iii:, lutieil listnaiiti, huh, liritn, thIn

t persona, and two of them' women, bladder disorder by taking Foley's consented to take It upon herself for OOMPA88ES. WOE ETC.
s hare Kidne\ Cure. W. A. D'Alemberte A and .1& sake."
: could< committed the deed with- your
1 C. McKenzie Oerting for Bar Pilots' Benevolent AsO
: Ml 8. Pala'ox. Collecting Agent
Rut .weapon A TE. HESTER B. JftIWETIiE- -- -_. -- elation.w .

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Save the Children Rawsonville's FIRING A SALUTE I

The Way Two Nasal Grrrnhorn Did

SenJ' tion It on a Mnrahlp.
fc All stomach and bowel troubles in child ,
due to a single cause-Indigestion. or adult ors "On one of Cuclc Sauna warships riy _

Flux colic cholera once," said a naval officer "we had
morb-u8- diarrhoea dysentery
,. all complaintsotlikenaturearetheresultofundigested and [Copyright. 1902. by the S. S. McClure E'nitt..lmon! ; our able seamen two

e fermenting In the stomach. The only to Company.] Irishmen. Mike and B.irney. Thy had I I

prevent fever and to cure such troubles! without way injury On a certain Tuesday night the village dime aboard three days after they had ,

to the membranes lining the stomach 13 to restore cf P.a\\8011\1Ile. containing about ahlu8dnll landed la the country, but they learned ;, '

perfect digestion. inhabitants went to ed. Before some things *.0 quickly that they had \, "

/ Digests S o'clock\ Wednesday morning acquired a very -tinite idea of the [ for infants and Children.
K 0 D 0
L meaning of the Fourth before
of July long;
l there was a buzz of
What You Eat excitement up and Castoria i< a hamiless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare-

Kodol the new discovery down its length. Two events had hap- the day arrived, which was! something gone Drops and Soothing Syrup It is 1'leasa nt. It
which cures all stomach ; like a month after we had sailedon
contains other Xnrooticsubstance.
and bowel troubles by the pened while OVS of the inhabitants Opium. Jlorphino nor
cause. This famous cruis-f. It chanced that the
our two
It destroys'Vonus and allays Feverisliness.
-' remedy checks fermentatlonf
U -
= the
slept sleep of the
,_nens of food to the One of the genera! stores ownedby
? Lt' I' unshment, health and strength it contains. bodea I' was Irt'thl'r'h,11 Independence day dawned, ing Troubles and cures Constipation.! It regulates! tho
-, Cures Indigestion, Oyapapala and ill Stomach George Carter. He was a bachelorof and they at once l>egan to plan; for its Stomach and Bowels giving Jlf'althntul natural lecp.
K !yprpsls! Cure Is lust the tlllol for dY8pepsla! and stomach troubles. h forty, who !boarded with the Widow proper welcome. They seemed to realize The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
.n: mtlian anJLhlngt'lse In a long baa Brown and the widow had
tI-; reportedhis you see. that th'I''as necessityfor
,, .., The Kind You Have
h' BoughtBears
'rrpxrPd- only by E. C. DeWltt& Co.. Chicago. Bold hv all dealer mysterious disappearance. As an unusual display of patrintNm."Barney t

UDUt"COOllb Care boulMbold Deacon Spooner put the case to thecrowd suggested they fire a salute
O0ij / ( SttW .suedyfor1uug coughs, colds, croup, the Signature of
thrust aol1 trouble It cures while standing on the horse from one of the forward l'i:1itltlUlhl.-

block in front of the store: but Mike feared that would
J din! Sheppard.HarRis'
Hidney Kann.lillilnn's "
(i.orprh'r has vanished off the the entire ship. 'Xiver moind,' answered ,
-- face of the earth, and it devolves '
Hair. upon Barney. (><) ye hold a bucket

; ,- or one year of age; Starch For Ilandkrrctile.'ii. this (community unearth the mys ferninst the muzzle an' 'twill deadenthe

!.11I. dry and lifeless, A starch for handkerchiefs that will t<>ry." SOlUtll!.' And three minutes later

I ited with systematic make them louk exactly as they did The community first deC'larc'oIts belief that gun wl'ntlIT with such a roar ail ,

: :ie tag I-lll1u1'oo. A when taken from the box lu the shopis that the missing merchant was brought every man of the crew out of In Use For Over 30 Years.THE .

about an ounce of made by placing six drops of bluing bankrupt and had run away to avoid the midt of peaceful dreams. tNt trfttua toe...,. .. .uu..aunv, ....,Yo.. rln. ,JL.,.. ....
In two quarts of water and adding a his creditors.! "I l b. T .
rubbed I thoroughly sent for Barney. 'Now, my man, --- ",..
I '.is will cleanse the plit-e of raw starch the size of a walnut II When the clerk! had shown by the said I. loll me everything.: '

ninie upon the roots Care must be taken to thorough book that that belief could not hold '"Sure,' he faltered 'it was only a GARDEN SECTIONIFezisacola

;, -'!"old 1k' rubbed In ly dissolve! the starch and to lot none i water the community looked for other bit It\ a cilibration because\' our iudipindricc. -

.. .lion., iK-ginning in of It settle in the bottom of the liovvl. reason and found them. It was known .' o-OF-o

!",, and ;going back After the handkerchiefs have been to all that he accompanied the WidowSphiT 'And Where's Mike?' I demanded.

,.t.11 forward to the washed and dried in the usual way dip to Sunday evening church, and 'Captain dear,' lie ;groaned 'he oridsu

!> and forth till the each one separately in this starch, the inference was that he had irked what n ft her a bucket uv wither, an' if ,
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>, h.-imlb meet at the sqiut'zc. as dry as possible with the I her to marry him and then disappearedto he ('oml'Suu'k ns quick as he whit he's Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

:\ The caiM's hair Lands and lay: smoothly In a towel. avoid a bread of promise; suit.: Thtwi.low due might:: non' .
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ottiughly riiiMil in Iron with caro.Winiloin. was called 1 upon to ;tfve convicting And then the officer closed his story

d led with warm tow- ........ eyijjme.! She either couldn't or with the simple statement, "But Mike Beautiful Lots for Sale.

!_!"it. 1' the opt Tor Women. would'n't."ieiitkni. was never recovered.
lil".II', and when Thevjiiiaii who smile when she I -n." said the deacon as he I 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord- !

lad' sturc Las evap- stets her best tablecloth ruiued, who i mounted the horse block acain, "we rr"nlt.taR. ing to location and surroundings.

i it- of the scalp puts asidethu little mishap and makes anon the trail Lut we haven't found landlord- one word when are -

"r i 'a little olive! the people' around the table forget it, I the body yet" you going; to pay your arrears? Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Beautiful View
: 'J' on of whose does well, but if when slit is alone :she I A scan h.was made of the abandoned Hard t'p Author-1 will satit-fy your '

tj ,'re is nut the allows tier mind to dwell upon the loss ''r..d sawmill, of the creek north of the demands as s'>on as I receive the money High, Dry Fertile Lands.

I -cding nicety of her cherished linen, if she lies awake \ ill:!!.:.' and of the garret of the store, I which the j>iilili>hrr will pay me if I --- --- --

.: iiis for rancid ut night fretting over It or lets it prey I, but no one was found drowned or 'I he accepts the novel I am ;going to [: The grandest opportunity for investment ever

'. i iritaut and willie upon her waking hours-that is, if she! hiimin: <; by the nwk. Nevertheless the i scud him as NMIII as the work Is cffered in Pensacola.

\< -.- dandruff. worries over it-*he Is not the entirely l'uhlij'11"1101'1.1 an inquest and SitiIlaiulun | :>' ed which 1 am about to IilliSh-1 -

wise sensible and comfortable woman : was brought to the fiout. when I have found a suitable subject \I Rome Seekers Should See These Lots,

IiarnaDioui she ought to be.-Woman's Home Coin \ After duly mopping his betted brow and the uece>sary Inspiration.

< uauiou! can be made .aulon. with his well known yellowsilk handkerchief I II II I

--- be said 'T.ClubbsCorne.r
'! china dull with a : Sneering Summer Cold illI't |

.1 iking a pink satin WomniiN Splirre.They i "I don't know inui'h about: inquests, .
let cold at this sea
a run
-kirt of pii.k satin talk about woman's sphere as i but I alms MippoMHl that you had to 'I
i I Summer colds are the hardest' kind to Garden and Alcaniz Streets.V. .
though! It Iid'l a limit, have sop.icthiu' to inquest on. But if
niches vvidt Cut
: cure and if neglected may linger;
There In earth heaven.Titre's ,
s not a plate or
ate rilx! to simu, nut a task to mankind given.Thtrr's j the fn-emin vt this glorious coruuiuni- :done: for mouth". Along/ siege like
BRENT, WM. H KNUWLhS. W. K. YKK. JK., J. H KKKHEPresident.
wish alt ad I'll do with
I iu; rnl-e. fasten one not a blessing or a woe.There' I ty uie to go so thi, will pull down the strongest con
i' the doll and the "tll' .. not a \\liti.r| .red yt3 or no.There's !1 the greatest of pleasure: :stitution. One :Minute Cough Cure Vtce-FrfBld
sides Oil not a Ills or l-lrth i' It was not only apparent to the free- will break up the attack at once.Safe .
the Open That has a ft-atlnr's weight of worth
men that there was no dead Imdy be- sure, acts at once. Cures
several In
Without It.
-:Lp pin pads a wuman j
-Kate Field.rbta I fire them to will for a verdict but that coughs, colds croup bronchiti all National Bank p
I appear one on toll.ut throat and lung trouble The children -
the squire was aching to deliver a '
auli ,
is for black I like it. Jhr io' Pharmacy, John
rllUi tll of July! oration, and the propost.
i pins the next pad Hheppird, Sidney' Kahn.
.I therefore choked
inquest was
pins, the next fory ; I oif.i OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
white and black I II
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most pad for small i. .Io>-eih Taylor, the village carpenter, Tallest Man In Georgia. ,
lead wife teamed' Tolly. He had Tifton. Ga.. Sept.-T.: N Skinner
:irk This dull Mgn. tere is ru every VX cf the genuine a gone
'.. "uspended ones. by; n nb- Laxative Qrolno-QuinineTabtete 1 over to Snow Hill to work for a week of Richmond Oiiuty, Georgia: was in I WM. H. KNOW l.EB, W. A. BI.OUKT F. C. BREW t' li HYKK. Jh

"f the dres-sing tablet he r-.moollhAt cures a cold to one da/ ': li'.mny; Polly alone It was now sudilf.ih Tifton Saturday and caused a good I D. G. BRt ,T.irmi e

discovered that her Louse was deal of excitement as he passed along F

DRESS HINTS. I 'Inn' tip and that she hadn't Been seen the streets followed by a crowd of I

\ 11.1. IUTV trial size nl !si.e! the afurmx-ii Iwfore. Here was I people w h., were inter-ted in his nn- i m d Mis Q .,,X h u H d 1 Ciftai

No. '!. Deacon usual h ht. He 7 f.'. a
Itltttd. city! -Innld! wear blue as uiv st< ry Spooncr was ( !; measures | t i Qi
I I 15dm enough to con- I
; ofti'ii a-. posslLlr, | iSlill ilrliinr: to deliver that Fourth of and 4 inches. lie is the tallest 111,11I. _
it it is the greatest of
'I" nv.Il. catarrh or cold in TIe 1 sl-rinkam-' washable 1 "roods'vei.iffs : .lilt, address so lie remounted the horse I who ('vcr"i"if'li Tifton. and as tall i tfrWe draw oar Own Bills or Eachansre: on Great Britain, lreJc.1dI

r in -izQ M cfcntAll liiret-iiuarters of an inch to block called fur order In a loud voice as our citizens evi saw in a show or HoM.vad. N sin.
I Germany. France Austria, Italy, t' Belgium, Russia, Nol it. the \.1. ; and 5,11111'tller: I fair. He claims to be the tallest! man
i gwejp'Il Denmark and other Enropean COtlllH1tiB.I .
"- \Varren Street, lieiistoivd freemen, this 'ere case I is as in the world way
If New York.i in a uiiasure by sponging; It plain as u knot on a lug-that is. it's ; Vessels Disbursed npon tho Most Favorable Terms, and abets

I'I.Y:,1,1Olrfoi't i I Ilnns.snlrerOd, .\Ih:1I1": :\. Y. with water !in which an old kid glove plain to me. C:Swire Carter and Farmer Shoots Negro. : O'Jlijrations Taken Payable a> Port of neatiratioc Ten or FlteeD-- sIfter

Taylor have eloped together and scan- Ga.. i 22 Iv.-r- : Vessel Arrl.AiJI.rll..
.1 i catarrh and tried ditlerii bas been ho;led.I Milledgeville. E'pt. : -

without elfpct. After ress shields' of stockinet or rubber daii/.ed the fair name of a town wlaieiinever son McMnllen. a farmer living:; near iWTSafety Daposit Boxes for Rent In CcmnuotionI I
nitlp Balm even had a dogfight beforeWhen I here shot and I'"ollu"11 .
) of Cream: .
your ma h,' w.:, hed in warm tOIP'ml j
} which have Frira Apartment fur th
with Uas
.'I t. I l.ll..f fllli'.t' cannot: praise, mixed, partly dried and then iromij. j juinl that devoted band of pilgrims; : negro by the name of PII"asbranl" I we R
iy such ;i rt medv. left the shores of old Luzland to.- j It that McMullen had of RAn t nt'li.
they will he almost ns good n> appears pro
:\\ ISSCuK.VILI.IW.. there.
new. lint he was' choked off right j crated the negro on a warrant fill

; t 7 1"1/.1. In baying /111\! ,* examine the seams; III | Every man and woman in the village I cheating and swindling in th. trial .It
oils sure that the heyto the mystery WE WILL'FURNISl! YOUR HOME FREE !
seaweed l.tif. !'iI. Should! II... stitching show a I I' which the ntIan"a acfiiitti| fIn
had been found ami what the pilgrim
1DtingIrlnUf'tl: in the' road near
1r 11..1 I l.nV fan lie Made !Sui drawn whitiplace 1111 the kid tlu-.v will
fathers 111.1IS of no | a \\'nl' 1nt1T"'1 our hind
101' easily t.rll."iII Last only a'short i' l'on"I'llu\'II"I' town he proceeded to abuse him roun.J- a.. "'n. '. IVCir.1 .a''jo,.,1.. 81" III ..1 'l.Rr
1'1' i 11. Ill ii>;ij" is the tiptiuiKtio title flow blind they were not to have n lLIod"h.t','anllll".I", .
I .i.e.-: !1.\. Mrs. A. Liver- time and never look well.A lye with the above resulttcMullan! : nuolI.o to 5'f/' fl.r II' 'J II. ..1001'. I aid
I "" Mary t "D
guesM-d\the truth at the start: folly ours.atroP \I gnrt''' .01, .. ,r; n_
\ II'n', i'i i Sn.-i''ss. In conclusion Mrs.rt.iorc white sill\, or white woolen waist Taylor was good looking; smart and has not been arrested. Tht negro l I I' p of.a'I.Pl1P'd Ila.:' : a Irtlmo.I.,r i : ;1'S.1: 114. ,

r 1.1\ -..ion' ,\ _. ">r p>vvn that is not to loeorn for her busliand I!' while seriously wounded, will recoverFeet rbnl"ed .u M t tl. III, l .- -- .-
j json inclinetl to be frivolous while : 1.e.. : i
1IIFt thC' t+arlr ,
? :,,: ul forms of jovemnieut. all :,- tune' should U- folded! In dark WIS so scriou minded that he i a/aa+. ..i..".rriuniuan. '....1....... k. .._. .It. to weI a '

'I, -.f (t, iIuzatiou. nil! atu' >institu- MHO tissue pajKiand then in all oldhevt Before i Inie..L.t'rt lrautdu' o' ellwaeutwin.4l.only54t..aeeo :. k
did not believe in liu-king |11I't'I" Swollen to Ininieimc Si/e. -
ml .-idvatice education th' to i>re\4-iit its Is-tromhlg .'I'I1"w. : wr gar It 1)l..rr Net .etnr
nightfall twenty different people e.4 l.ralll'fel '' -
hI had trouble "o h'ud a rraN
kidney 'r : :
i>n "f the liiisbnnd and the wife .. eiPh, ,riahi', '
> I'tit I" ,
ribbons and U'lts in
your away had remembered her saying that : Ralsr.l'T nrrwt.1wt.. ..
says J. J. Cox of Valley View, Ky., I wPalw.I/IV" .u h. 1: k. Re ..
_ tilt foundation un'I'II"ja.J. ..wl rte :,,10"101 ,
\iTlastinn i lam ,
; a
; on 1"'Xl" to them norymo I. n 'g u .burg '.1" "
so as keep
| (;ieorire Caiter was a good lnokiiif man I could work, feet were .
'that not .
my .n' t.t "p auntie r01.lw.. A... u.1
'Ui s.n-ial structuipof the whole: Smooth out your f'ce veil* told fold: 1 j and of George; Carter saying that he swollen to immense siz and I was M,,' II In.- ew y.rCl ',w" m..r. vn'.JM..1. ."
.. ...
i ." 'st.s .lu't so fast and jn-t hOrht them when putting them '. 1'old! coffined to lied and physicianswere I ... ling "'II..J ''.',1' ,. IillalllMflIiws. FY .If......, aioa
awa | wi.shi'd he had met her years before. my Gold.....: ..11..0111 \I} remr are. f.rrt.l xe aI.1't.. la x
...' .,. PI 0 \1 Irtil't' II '.,"...1.mcnui.elamp. .
tlwa-t. feItlolis! bevtuui 1111111 tea '! 1t'a' 1 I.
relief. r-I lu.n'r'
jour ribbon.s. lades andullars, and I Things:; had been talked over so I unable to give mil any .,....""Iu" W, ...
tll be just MI taM and justuII they will last twice as Inn;:. I'! many tunes before supper that it seemj j My doctor finally prescribed Foley' a frw d.ya. 1 &III Mr.more AlXLS thus 1-1 n1IIi1Sbi'.''a the no I", ,hi b".Jav'r, IrhtP n .aI"1I 1'0' UII.usl\ I''t...t..i.' d.l.y yi ''trIllAD&h.lIn
!: MK'iety be uplilted ,but no'id Kidney Cure which mide a well lr

: i.o farther. It is the f.iln- cd as But if there it was hardl.o"l'r nothing morn before to \ man of me.V.. A. D'Aiemberte, 'I i SALVONA SOAP CO., Lor. 12th & Pine Sts.. ST. LOUIS MO.
I'ANCKK: HEn) ItY ItlOUD HVI.M say. was j
i tin- home that lay the found.iiiiiintiv. Cl 121 K. Palnfox.
the Methodist church 1 bell rang out a I -
and these d"| uiiiniiisoi
fire alarm. There was no fire. DeaI I! *,
., husband and \\ I lie. The All skin and Ulixxl IMseiin Cured.' If you want a nice present\ to giveto
con Spinner had simply got a new | NOTICK. CHOICEST
-> lIt'II nation is iaule by its :MrM.: L. .Adam, Fredoni.i. Ala a friend, go and look throurh; the I ,
idea and wanted to submit it to the j i elegant line of suitable articles at i I have been authorized' to take
'I ind women, who have Utiii took Hotanic Hlood Balm, which ef- ', --OF- /
freemen of Kawsonville. Once more i] J. I. Stephens, you surely can find : for Win. Jennings
where subscriptions!
'' i in pltHI h >me.s. they
tfrctually\ cured an eating cancer of he mounted the hop block to indulge; something to please you. If you ,

eo, r.-irefiiily fashionetl. Into a the no-e and face. The ores healedup > ii a fervid addres! This time heJ\J 1.. want anything in the Diamond line !: Rr .an'o! paper, "The Commoner.The ; f FRUITS ANOCONFECIIORERI[ 1 1AT 1:
niiinhixHl and womanl -
:1 is II.JO( in adranee. -
perfectly.' :Many: doctors had :, meant t" land the pilgrim fathers in be ure to see him before you buy. price per year
l .,.> is the large intent of mari the ,
:given up her case as hopeless, hundreds good shape but he planned! to lhll.ll1ls - -- \ Those desiring paper -L
;, dl I is not alone the cradle of cases of cancer eating audience by first stating his belief : can have it sent to them by seeding: ;

.:,:1 II race, but its crown a. sore, jupperatins swelliiio'. ete..t 1:I that the husband of the heartless wife 1 Water coolers that do not i f l.OO to the undersigned i iI 0. APOSTLE'S 1 '

.t(-Imtild be the symbol of a have been cared by Blood Balm. H. :or. RUCHE j .
ought to be communicated with at waste ice at the Willis II I
1 I'hallle immortal Amoni others, :Mrs B. :M. > : I !
< lilt : Ouerney, 1 Care Daily Xew8.I I : .
Warrior Stand, Al'i. Her D<>-e and I once. Hardware Co.'s. I 14 East GOiCrnment St., i

Last Peach Shipment lip were raw as beef with offensive His declaration was received! with I I- _

r -v.-:'! Oa.. Sept 2:-The lastmeats I di-chartfe from the eating sore !t enthusiasm and a boy was hired to Every Woman (! Formerly Cordova RpstaurantHtand) I. -

.' of the year are now Doctors advNed cuttiu but it ride over to Snow Hill and tell Joe PARKER'S One car-load of Pineapples at II.7C ; "
Blood Balm '! is lnter 4t .|aid il.ould tm.w to $2.00 dozen. I
failed healed thesores < per
,,ward and the i Taylor that he was wifeless.It HAIR BALSAM '
E next day or 1 V '
I! about the
-;I lift woinlrrf
and Mr Uu"rne i iit Cleenv, and brtutifiM the hJr.m & i
as .
.. had 0 o'cill k when thun- -- -
'" the last orates packed and come <: a i Promad loiunaot growth.Wever E'li' MARVEL hirfingSpra
well as ever. Botanic Blood! Balm Ptili to Bntore Oral ,' .
shook the is, Joe The J
1 r' _. derelup 'jlJugl.-Lnat .ffwa
will the Color.
anon net BlUr to Youthful
grow- al-o cures eczema, itching humors, ., gall .t.r.h... heatraflit [(4
e- p 4 wn Ji bait lolIwc- I
and his wife eared. She
Taylor > > Nat('unen"M
aj i
tSo.OOu.: which isf
g: rater scabs and scalps, bone pain ulcers, f'.r.aodtl''1U1i Dnigvi ItlN..w.1.4a.Uy.I .
.", ,., had over to Snow Hill to sec him
t r in of a full. crop. otleupive pimples, blood poison, car-1,, gone I Ltyerlraaalarlt TLf e tiny Capsules :superior r
---- -- bunches, scrofula risings and bumps|I about the contents of a letter that hadarrived If h*minot"iupply the 1 per/ of Copaiba XNI I

X Vul Disappointment.'lftive on the skin and all blood troubles. ,|: at the house and he had reI M.rr Ml III but IL.wnd acne tump nu fnr jtJUlaani Obeb .nd Injection,. (//Hflm ;

l large bottle. I I turned with LeI'Il'tl and Q, rI
i Druggists $ per women .1I 1\
liver medicine 13 a di'JimiMit. ? full the
j boon
.rtl'ou.n.nd I TLey t'W'f'iII 48 V y .
Sample of Botanic Blood Balm: free were still gasping for I breath and wondering + .. .
': but If You Have I.d... d i iI
.. you want to and prepaid by writing Blood Balm !: what next when George Carter I wine '55eeeee ithodl inyloora-f

'train and break the glands of Co Atlanta. Oa. Describe trouble 1, came driving into town. He had been Room Ke: Times Blflg., New YOrk. I | .tnlatirttinRUGGISTI i :

-' much and bowels DeWitt'a and special medical advice sent in over to Grafton to see his brother, I .

., ..'' i'ieine Early! RNers the !system never of disappoint.all poison: sealed itms'.igatrnir letter. It is certainly such a remark worthwhile i!I who had been n'cldcI1tll1hurt.. The RheumatismURIGSOL j LODGE DIRECTORY CURE YOURSELF It' I4 I i .i.ii .ii .if

had after the Widow Brown ..
'Irtd mattprand do it gently able remedy, as Blood Balm cure* news come dlacb.rg.atnesmmateona Big a for annatnrtlimutioa i f
Hi-enjoy* the pleasant effects. the most awful worst and most I had gone to bed. I I or uk.'rattoae

'f. a tonic to the liver. Cure deep-seated blood di eases.Foley's I There was no failure, no suicide no I the great totted adradoned KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS CL of Ptinlrn DDCDBI, M<1 Bwioor Dot Uttltt>iiM.* i :

:-iic--,. torpid !liver and prevent .I elopement Honest George Carter I CilUoroia gealorpotaoaoue. I! :
Hariris' Pharmacy, John hadn't thought of beating his creditors I Remedy will cure Penii&coU Lodge No. 8, K. of p., I SOW by DrrlgWg,
r,'.trj. Kahn. Honey and Tar I j also cue Liver, Kidney and et tent IB plata wtatper, ,
Sidney Madder
; and pretty Polly Taylor hadn'tthought dloeuea, canied by an exceu of meets every Monday evesing by nrntt, prepaidtut t !
cures colds prevents pneumoniaCASTORIA I of stealing away from her I uric acid. It Defer fans and builds up alt:'") at Cattle Hal II.OU. or bottl$2.71.. ,
i Foiey's the health and ttrerrta while uilng It in the Blonnt -- WatioiBnlldlng. i. cedar Cwt m nawcbCrtlCHcaTCft
Kidney Cure husband. For the last time the deacon Seud stamp for book of wonderful eerUficates. third Coor.vuiting ,.

cukes kidneys and Ud&r light.lrU mounted tile horse block and t- I'rIUi (I per bottle. For tale I welcomed oreiaren eoraiau 8ENNYROYAL LhGLISW
t by f your druggirt can not I
san: supply you It will be tent prepaid upon :, PILLS
f one of our celebrated <'Citizens of this great and glorious: receipt of price. Address H. HORSLIR c. I'I'i K.K.48. ......, .
f ,
I For Infanta and Ch11dru.I sd rs. 4 .t. L 4U u.OrwclMtor
S. I
Felt .Mattresses. republic we have assembled here this t CMICHKSTKKENOUGH
i Urlml! Chemical] CO", Los Angeln.caJ1! ] I -- I. ktt ..4 ....... ...*... ...... way
[ t'I never pack Its KInd Yen Hare Always! BougN rcnin' for the purpose of'- .........n_ Rd..a
or grow tilt I Seasonable household rp .._ ............. wd .
I But they hadn't The crowd dieaolved ._ ... .
1III lJY. Better than a hn.irlnllPrey Lamar Rankin Drlg CL, Atlanta, Sa.Dlatrlbutltll ...... .1I..r.. r.JOO'"...hest...."..r_-.i_.kIN... +
Bears theBiptetafe like a tog for Rawsonville'ssensation : and kitchen utensils at the 1 .a.i "J(." ',,.. .... ...iI'_.Io, _
... ... '. ,__. _..
.L '' '- ,
at '
half the price. > of was over. 011 Pr s. t ............... .........c.;,
Mston" $ Qidna. e WILLIAM RANDALL. I Willis Hardware Co.'s. ......... ........ ..uu... r. 1S.r

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1 OF WOMENPreserve -
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s DEVELOPMENT, TO PROCEED ON SHORT NOTICE :;I! Wednesday Local; Kort-can-fbowers Might to fresh scuth tonight wind. and ..

t '
I Temperature in Last 21 Hnurs:

NEWSY NOTES OF GENERAL INTEREST 71 I I I Maximum ... '''_'' ...... ..... .. '.i"nl'tt CELEBRATED** ?+& .ol t< ..& 0&

accordance: with a dispatch received Minimum ................ ............ .... d"lIr..tol

at the navy yard Hatnrdayafternoon. Temperature Elsewhere :

I 4J r! Max. .Ilt!.
VILLAGE. all available marines
: Atlanta... ,,'m .................... *" rr1 I, EDWIN CLAPP SHOES
1, from the Pen*acol:1: station, uuuibering31 Bismarck ... .......... ............ 7t :U
--- I I Chicago .. ........... .... 7* rot I! -1
) t have been placed under immediate Cincinnati.... ........ ..?. .. .. M "i .
Kditcr aily N moving orders: and expectto Huron ..... ... ..........._... M iii I
i Fla., !Sept.: 2-:!.-la Issl, I Jacksonville ..........._ .... "i 72 I FOR THE COMING FALL AND WINTER. 1
/ leave for Norfolk yard to Kansas lily ... ..... U
'' on rilght of riept. fith, the large mill navy | Key West; .. ..... .. .. .......... st 111 I
Memphis .... .... .... ... ... 101 *J -,
owcf-d by D. F. Sullivan at .Moliuo night.At I Mobile ..... .. ." ... ... ..on....... M 7J I

..... ...... ....... ,
? 6Hi
Norfolk the detachment will ,[ Montgomery: I all leathers all sizes di't
1. 4 a was burnt ani: all that remains of I 1 go I i New Orleam: ...... .. ..... ...... "* 7i I All style, all widths ; a shoe built :

on board the cruiser Prairie, which Sew York .. ... .... .... 7" III i
tuis fine pUnt i; the tall chimney ont ;! avannab ........? .. .. .. ... M O ;! other, built jan a bit better than the best. Call and we will.: .1.i v

I has been assigned to that point, and St. Louis. ... ....... i'. i!> '
the bank of the river !: __ i ii them. You need not feel obligated to buy.

From present appearances it will Purify, and Beautify which! will convey detachments ;; FINANCIAL: STATKMKNT;
4 I' I I'Of
i s wit be many weeks -fore we shall the Skin Scalp, Hair, from every navy yard that has men |'' the Hoard of-Public liiMnulinii'I II

tit ur he whittle of the Multuo Mill and Hands with to spare down to Panama where for l"l'llIIhllCllltlll)' fur the M nth j g I $5.00 TO $7.00

MId Brick Company calling :he labor trouble of an international nature ) Ending Au-. H, toov: I

s' seem imminent. 1! IS*?. DB. CB. I
; J 4, to work. The firm have cjti- AticurYSOAP I balance 91 ...PAIR... :
July-To on band..52.2"5
"trlctf.d a fine largo aw null: I IMI While there is no trouble at pres-.,[ Au{.5-I'o clhb from Ij'Alembertv, I!,

''i tax year r.mi .... ... ..... IIIIII t
I fe ;luu<: and a planing mill nearly: put. the United States has taken'ti.i 'Aug. 5-rocash from D'Alemberte,

1 tax year l\ltll.' .. .. ... ......... J. ui: an I SOLD EXCLUSIVELY IN PEN.SACOLA ::
initiative step to protect the interlts M
u- trge. This building and Hit .. ;; $-- I .
of American citizens there ..
;,1"I11ent! has been untie mi ti.e: ,
t and reminder that the < R. IIY WAHKASIS I'AIO. '
as a gentle
; : i- -iJeof the railroad, between ,
MILLION' OT WOMES USA OrriCTRA U17H. MIJA liHuy Ansou teachers ;

7 a-. I tie river, a quarter: fiou. the SOAP, assisted: by CUIHTKA>TMEXT, Monroe doctrine is yet held supreme alary 43 IMI .. MEYER SHOE CO.
linJ.MreJ W Owsleyteacher's| salary -
the kin, for oleaasinit theKM'i i
fur be.mtilyiag
r vial! The by thi,,'country. j| a"< ," ,
t?r. loj pond is very cons and tie} sioiiini| r if filling .h.ur. for
H'i": i. i -f> -!\rs. trhebrr'a5aiary. 11I1'
lIftl'mllTII !t'nll. :, lUll! soothing! red 1 The Peusacola detachment will be HJ.'t, H KUrabam. tracber's salary.. l.:> w
v.-"t either to unload logs by rail root, and lore 11.11111for baby! I ,1 iw, C Kt all tc cb-r's >alary. 1" ,e' rent I'lIrlli.llI'rior (' Onh..

,)? 'r I > :oriug; in through! the Hume from itt hmga. an,1! irritations, auJ for all the under command of Sergeant Burke USC.: Miss K Cook tracber'a salary 4-i '".
ai 1llf JO>t'i1 of rIle toilet, bath, and nursery. MWi, :Mrs J K Uavis. teacher' alary .0'; .<
I tilriver.: Tile dim is Will IJ) built and M lit toils of women tu.e Criu'i KA SOAP in i[ and it is thought a colonel of'' U 'i. 115S Andrew,w;, teacher's salary 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
.. .
irritation iurtimuia- .. ... ,,' .4.i .1'
baths for ;
a IKt annoying [ marines will be in command of the ,, nfij: :Miss 1'auiiue lteee teacher's --
; thtpi.nd will hold several thousandlo and excoriatiom ortiofreei'toilenMe :
tons ,..
salary... .... .. :."a .
pre-ipiratiun., : ih \-..,I.ei for ulcerative consolidated forces the Prairie. I i lr.41. Mrs .\ Keiuter, ttachtr's sftli f!' (\ i 1 '1
on J\\ (
time.lre \J
iF6y'f ?= :a: A dJ some thousands L111111
we.ikhes-es, and for many sanative, antis > i ary ;ju; n a aliJ'
; Il* I.tic purjK es. which readilyiUi eat The of Saturday: asking :: Miss Allie VuicHtrtt, teacberS :\' ,_ ii" ." I I r '
? in tile The query r
c .jflogs are .
t pond. themselves to women, especially mothers. II I I I "IaHv ..... .. .. ...... ..... ... .5 ., -
tai { boilers and much of the I| how many men were immediately II!: I. Miss K Thornton teacher's
machineryare : Complete Treatment for Humours, 81, I salary.. .. .. f> u>'
in place and quite a force at (...n>ltuoll tTI\tRA"AI'tJc.: '.tul'! available caused much speculation, I UJ87! :Miss Wentworth; ,teacher's : {
tlie f Liut <-ru-t- m I scale, and -often the I jIdrkellchUtIIIrCl7n'l'RAt'ISIMEhra..1 salarv. :. ", LOUIS FRIEDMAN & 00. '
work. [' ), i ito and since that time marines have ihT.I.Mr: |: & A I'Bradl..}. teacher's sa.l.os. .
,.a iu-tantiy allay lu-hin :, lnflimmatun. and ary. .4 > dlJ

1 Adjoining the mill property theC"l.J.:1Y I Irrtt.tuunand, hean.f heal and TTICfB been bidding friends in the city ,, Mrs. A K Bradley, ttollchl'r'salary. .... ......... 11I/
+ RE"nLVKir PILL (i". .),t" i-uol :au I cleanse .. ''M..)
the I I.WI. farewell. Mrs A F Bradley, teacher's !
of the finht'd lliwl
V ; f .: own some .
; Crrict-BA KBSOIVEST raw (Chocolate saluy. 15 '.' are ariivn _' .u l nvt-ry trai'i. n, n't

.r jay .Veii)are a uw,,economical Captain Lejune of the marine ItVI.A :iJeVuugbn., teasher'i salary f MEVI GOODS ,'urt'lr... ;- .!f-ttJu;: tI\,1!\ u; : aan,
J tltteulate fur the c.-'rlirateJ' CtTlCCIUii a: "i
I fir-t to -"c"and !hor *..f all t.e: Llt.-t
--1 i s "! y WH.tlOnofthifirm! to build and IEoLE'T, "as w.! a* fur all outer J.Ic'"J I'url. corps is just recovering; from a dangerous H'.'.;;.Yrs.-\ W Me Key nolds, teacher'ssalary
and Newest for I5i Fall Trade.
4 I t't t 'k; urea si.1 buiiMur cur*. 6u ilusi-ii,2-.x. ; i <" ; our :r
; ; tart -;;ic-Mte a separate plant for brick- Sold throui'iout the! wor'l hn i.h I"t(>X! :r-#, I attack of pneumonia and is Uiil, Niiis B bay, teacher's salary .' .'.') (
i C'rlertwueq.lnn4' P"TII LltLl,A>b CULJU I H:!:! ? i4 'i.ktng.; cQar.o.a mono.Biuhiu.U. S. A. not yet able to move about unassisted !J I ary j:, ." Jut Received a !Handsome C I ,0" i I "
| H.Tiii: A M Vaughn, teacher's sal. ., line of Silk! and Flannel l MZOIO I to WO: 5' i

: Murdock McMillan: the Vine )tarI I i Unless a larger force is drafted j jt I ary.. .>i1IJK Waists from . . . .
; Miss ,
I a They with! certain handsome yellow Daisy ..Anson.. tender'ssalary :, -- .i
K ruts superintendent, lost by tire t from the Peusacola! yard, he will re- i 1 i
14JI", :MiE! ; White. teacber'a :
1 salary I. ?
and birds are very destructive to our main here. : ItiHf:! Miss B -Hockara., teacher, Just Received One of the Handsomest:; Lines of 1.\111 E--: I!{
L i i- I nouse: contents daturday'Ii.rring. / :
t __ I l salary. "nIll. DRESS SKIRTS' : ever shown in I'ell".ic"ja.:
fruit anJ till
I never allow ,
The fire WH iO severe and grapes ?). Mi is F Loftin. teacher's salary o I(
1E ', Miss K: Wentworth teacher'
any ague t" shoot in my fi.-li. i salary . .. 1J til
1 i1 : -.ij-'l; 1 hat nothing was :oared t.\ IU jTAKENTOI and
Mattings Rugs
U!I:: :Mrs-S USampey,teachers' salary Carpets
# l* had PlXE Wo.'I!>n i .. _._.... 4i ?
'tf liDO they partly carriedid Collins OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
I HM, Mrs S H teachers
THE ASYLUM i salary : m it
f '.'
, t f t<> be abatld.Ut'd.11 of u? !l liCyMir, M Bishop, t achtr'-> salary 1 :. tin-: !)..;'artinent: call: savi you moneyi- w.- ,j.! t iany i/

j .. .
i I: mi "' ::1
i I. -yuipathizfe with Ir. McMilliaait. MORE RAIL -
1 i Ulitj. :Mr. X L 1 1bomis teacher's sal1 competition.ri'HOLSTKKY

ary 15 inMil. 55
!t. i I. l loss. The house and ---
propertyw.ii ,
Mrs. Frances Bethea the aged Mlti Hendersoa teacher'
! salary :.. .ij \ : GOODS: every Dr-"crtption. W. i "1III
.L1-: f -ltu tAd immediately: the I
on :
SHIPMENTSPROBABLE white woman who had been adjudged j j 1 1410T; )il'. Frank Sainpey.: .teaeber'i )U-t received one of the largest lines ever brought t-i- ....

i, :: aJ"d public road shoot a milt tin- Salary 4.: > We can: save you money on these j;good:.
at insane by a committee was jI j lEi, Miss Edith Tippin teacber'esalary
; s in > JQ
-1'1.- "f Pine Barren. I
1 taken to the asylum for the insane 1 I 1I1 U, Mi>s Ilt Mcltae. teacher's sal

I' ire r I'i.-i familiar click of the McCor- I ary.. .. I" "i SHOES! .< SHOES!! .< SHOES!!! 6i1
1I1 Miss M L UaAins, teacher'ssalary.
at Chattalioochee this morning at''
THAT 50,000 TONS .. &:I
t luii'k, grass-cutter, is now daily > ,1.1.' liy the Car-load for Men, Ladle and Children if t" "
7 o'clock. Miss of'' It'4.Mi.sFLoftin. teacher's salary l.i '
Bradley a nurse
a II Hi'ii. Miss F can't get what you want here there is uo afn t" ; &iI...
i satupeyteacher'ssalary : ,.
i 1 .-.t i Mr. W. Hirrineia is cutting WILL BE IMPORTED HERE. ....... .
I i! the institution, arrived at the Ei- ; 4.> "' fur it elspwLere. We have what you want right:
1 IfJitt, Miss I.anrn Bowman, teacher'
I :uad -,\v in.;; a fine chance nf hay, iI i : at price.hard to beat. -
cambia last night and took the unfortunate salary 1" r'> .

e ; i/ :, crab srrass, pea vines and purstey.Th1 I l1111N It'ook.5uptsalary .. IIM i .iI,1> PairLldies' Button and Lice Shoe*, ",'ur" .
woman in Miss'' 141! N B < ook expanse bill. .... |Ii .''i
1' 1 It i* higl-ly p ntb.tbl-tat! : a foreign; i charge. 1H17.: Pen-acola Journal, printing *:2 on and *.').alIJ, to clo-f- out at only ll.ij( '"
Y t firm Barriueau & McKinmn't. : I It.
; of ; of tetl Bradley i i3 a young women, quite i choral notice. i" .
,' con-igumeiit 'jj.Oiiu tons ALAI:. Mi.. Pauline Reese, aradngeommutee .
t. iv" several head of Urge; mules ..
ruilwill be imported through; Penicol'i ] pretty. and managed: her indigent ; litl\: News Pub. Co Qnancial stat.- > > Louis Friedman & Co. ;
; 'j'. I ."roes that are kept constantly I inents and notice ,.
charge tenderly and. She 11 >
during; the next few month !i j nicely. liar:! ;. Mrs KutidNcott.: jaoltorcchoolNoon
W'rk :at the turpentine stilL :Mr. '' .
: .
ar will J conducts: to the asylum female candidates i'
To bring this lot it require about ,i 11:11John: ccltt.jlinltor for examination \
Crabtree the machine I wMwMMwmNE7
bought a
11 .. .
I il4rs. "
unassisted and is < JJ
j i quite a
r one dozen big steamships, which I I; ., M rs Kate Scott, janitor school
% l.iw. weeks! ago and from present1liru I ..,
r marvel in them. >'O 4')! )
will in if handling .
the amount is :!
11 will for i enrJca !I 14.>5. Scott Ewing rent school Soil t w'
o- -ctd it pay itself this Miss
11:111. oli"t'ndrl'ws,
sent through Pen,acola, load return :j jj I i I I gradingcommittee .,
H t1 -UMll"r. I II !j cargoes. i!!I A GREAT AUCTION SALE.F. I: II!--'!. A H D'Alemberte. ., poll. taxesretnrnej 4

r-vret to have to write of the 311- !
( 14-liij, K Wiutd, on per diem and mileage -
| The rails are for the Southern "m A 'lionl nf Comlucti-il 1'h .
E. liraw uer'9 real auction pale in I'hatnaary; Ity iris ii t"
y'' .11 vetickness of Mrs. L. C. Crabtree. ,
Aug.Hy balance :I,?*I' -7
i[ Pacific railroad and naturally it of clothing aiJ men's furnishings i is r nnpli-trroiir) .i if! I."I'!ur.'.. Will! l.aliuriit'irv I -triMUm "1 I'llKM > IJ i '
She ::1: b been confined to her bed for : .l' i .:; 'Tin H' ifANi. PH VS!I"I." I \TKKIA: MKUH! Ainj.n i i.mi i-,
I would seem as if they would; be curried 1 now in full awing at the corner of IIInJ.PJ.1"i.ddl;: wan: ""I-t, I tun' "i-ftniii>-titly! pra. *n (,l .11 '- ; *..
N ,,J tw.. ur three weeks with now all the Aug.Tohalancr.. :i. (",> -; 'I"nll"-4iii- ''i-t ; ...- >. -.p-r--.!son ..u&J T-'rCAMFM : : '. M U"i.i.K',
f to a terminus of that road. Palrtfux and lutetidencu streets.Silf .I I' .rnt\!Ill! tin- Ilhrtat!'-iit-II :- irr -
t i-t al shown b iniiijtf- and tna-arer'- -
I' 'yuiytom3of fever. >
4t typhoid' ;it !in a. m. and 7 p. m. Call r.. S K. l''HK.
; Within the pat few day, however, port .
... n rRAV&NT
'\nilP itrtn
and Tintn'1
11! railroad and iod-at r- ary Sup> > :it
e company arc adding, buy < : your own puce.
It i is understood telegraphic; inquiryhas 1' I 'I r'i, OPERA HOUSE
; .VL> feet of double track ou thee?t

bttu made regarding time and . .
+ "IaN ->f line, which will necessitate MAYOR PRAISED LOSING WEIGHT ?

i facilities for handling twot.lm.- ONE NIGHT:
,,{ tit! removal of the water tank liver i'
1 'J ship at a tune. U ub were given acargofI.
? .
I rR
:.' t t.1.- other side of the road. l'11 i. I FROM PULPITIn Tlien your food i is not beinuf: pr.p 27th.
erly dire-t'-d and perfect di esumi Saturday. September

li <.j f Bourse all preparatory to the i i.1.I.It'1 )III !, and a-inulation are es-eutial t<) the
f j It was at first contemplated: havi -
track you predict blltwet>u '( i 1 1I putting: on of !solid flesh. To bring I
} i tug; the rails coma through Newi I hi* sermons Hunday; in.iruiug':about thi chansre: you should take 1 A- Pre "ntl-d 2DU) Nigl.trick .

{+ } 'tv I Ki 'UintoD and your city. I Ho*?pttpr'* Stomach Rittfrs. It will Theatre, iii >

i'II1"Y Woods remembers the grad-I i York. This has been changed, for a I and evening, Rev. M. Dannelly of put the stomach in i ood conditionand R ? ? & ,.
j A hauta-tic "onh.110 I i i"n
A-i 1 t. ac 1 i recent issue of the New York Herald j the Palafox Street Methodist church make digestion: perfect. It also :.\1..1
:: At' "' i M.K aud building of the present :: i cures HEAIIAI If E. INSOMNIA: : DYF-
intimated that the steamships: i i took occasion to speak in high terms
gt il' .in I l" line and sincerely hopes to I lI'El'SIV, AXI LIVER AM KlI>:XE\

rl would discharge: ;' at a gulf port. That of the way Mayor Jones i is enforcing COM I'LAiXTS.;; We ur you I'try it.
i y' livt- i see tip! double one. It never fails:
'!1 I intimation i is partially: corroborated the law relating to Sunday observance CAPTAINJINKS
Owiu: to the severe draught in DAILY MENUS
.: l IJj the telegraphic inquiries said to and of punishing persons who HOSTETTER'S
J ease, our sugar cane will not motors ;
i have been made of Pen?acol.i'? facilities. habitually testify falsely in the city Comprise all the Up-to-
3' h as -hould, neither will the potato
.' court. STOMACH BITTERS. Date Dihes the Mar- or nit
be abundant.Suppanoughave.
crop as I
kets of the World
; Parties who know stated today The forenoon subject was on Sabbath HUk-i-(
thtuiavvs -- --- --- Atl'J.Ladies' .
l ; that it would be lass of time and I : observance and tLe night sermon -
x fir ii many growers; gatbtiing from "
money to send the consignments to was ou "Profanity." Both Hotel Camden 1AI
s r five to ten bushels, which easily sell I I
Oalve-ton. were beard and appreciated by large
for a dollar a bushel.Tate I .
Lately: it has been a matter: of I congregations.i_ (' C'.VMI: .\ 1.\ B.UL\, ,
general health of the village i

I i- good ; we have been very free fromf.vcr much concern to railway employesat i I Favors a 1tlan.I Is Now Open to the Public, Dining Parlor. I

the large number of cars: of the "Having dUtressini! pains in head, I And a Harmoniously" -i t* '
} f :. this guaiuitr. Southern Pacific which are ued bythe | back and stomach, and being without under the management; of p toy iucfudiii/

> a The! U. snag: boat is at work here appetite. I besan to use Dr. I

pulling up deadheads: and takingout L. & X. It is not an unusual I !:i Kin Whitehead'iJ New of Life Kennedale Pills, writes W. P. MRS. S. MIMS Regular Dinner Daily.Short THEODORE BAI5COCK1O

thing to see whole freight trains, I Tex and ; .
) '
obstructions. We are always i soon felt like a new man." Infallible -I ; People in the OralJl/.1; "

[ made up of new cars from this road, in stomach and liver troubles. I I of Pensacola Florida. OrderPromptly I Curtain rises at 8 p. m. -' .
to Captain McMurray and
1vt glad gee 'Only i5e at D'Alemberte's
drug --
and one employe said Ian evening Filled } .
: or Jay.If I -
his crew when they tie up here.I store. j RATES REASONABLE,

that there were several hundred of r I I Lay the dust. You can l,'?/

am very much gratified: at the them the tracks at Gould- By the Day, Week or Month. I (i .II'' :
t- ; on storage garden hose at the U
of the Dixie Qua club in their tm Something I Good to Eat
itst action ; iug i! MARITIME. Table Furnished with the Best the you wt'll Hal: it at l Hardware Co.Cleaningladiei .

.',j* e t appointing game wardens. Their j Market Affords. ; __ _
It is thought from this that there Nick Apostle'sPopular .
.} 1 course for the past: two or three I : skirts and wj -*.'t4
\ exists a :sort of mutual agreement, | Public Patronage Solicited. LJ-'
year: and the rewards offered, has i EIPORTS. I Restaurant. j la one of orr specialties bur

r f ; had good efleti here. Numerous[ I between the two road for an interchange -, I For September to date .. .. .-.....-. .....t {ISM Free Sample R'ioms.- !I dry. -

: of transportation courtesies. II Rates Made'toTraveling I : .
4 : of partridges are close and in VtT
coveys i I ARRIVED AT rARAXT15t. Men. MYMIMFor If IOn aIattreSSeS t nplz
t If "
the writer's field and they are so''i You can get your house Span si Leonora. lot. Bouinza. Liverpool to \ 1'
I via Cuban porn to Gulf Transit Co j
4; tame that I see them often in the at MarI WA.MTORIA.B4r -
furnished complete for
I a bad taste in the mouth take The best
its Ltd Y3a Has A.11ats &itg'r
tho '
I think the mocking I \1'nlitcd Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver I price ever sold .'
chicken yard. ston $ Quina's on easy payments ---- 9'tratart' .'.
l\TAXTKD-Oat a:1d braD sacks MellentrosbyCo. 1 L1tP Tablets. For sale by all druggistsand O. M. Pryor? F.

1 !; birds are more numerous than ever. I weekly monthly. 1 ; 1V ,( medicine dealers, niture Store..ya.i .

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