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 24, 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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\\uukrer, of Mrs.\ Pulitzer Arrested )I Striking Iron Workers Use Pistols

at Derby, Conn. I / rMt N tW CtRtA !I Freely.

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uly New 3.r .Special I, to The Daily News: t

i she did not brtatlii-: pW my hand under -I SERVE
I I Lebanon Pa.. Sept 23.::: -This city
-' !Pt. 2u.Wiliiamalleged I her waist and felt her heart. It : MUNICIPAL
I was ia a state of excitement all ,
murdertr was not beating Then I decided to { ,
night There was firing of pistol.loi: '
.t ?l m New York: |notify the police but thoulit that n- I I I
hours, in the vicinity of the AlI n r l'an '
n ng for New York etead of calling a policeman to 'o i -
:Vw York detucH police headquarters which I thought lq f t A Fz sjh j Iron in and piogress.Steel works, where a btrikfis

was in the city hall. I got on th- it \
Tae negro men who had just arriv,'-1
tramp lu had beet train and started down town and on .
\ at the works were terrified as wclas MILTON
.country tor sev- the way I got to thinking what a Pit "
.. > the negroes in the vicinity;
.. was arrested Sundeputy : of :
disgrace the affair would bring on tOlh i
I About midnight William Hoffman
.. :"t: police on me and my father. That made me decirte IN' --
1 1- '- was shot and he died in the hospital
tnih; his description to get rid of the body. .j I \ I "_"'> ; ., I today. He was in the The municipal election was heldat I
I"I messenger
riv: with that si it out "I took a long knife and cut into tho :, -
\ office of the American Iron and Steel! Milton yesterday aud the following -
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i ., officers, the prison- body, intending to cut the body up '-- -IG ..
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} .. company and bad attended an entertainment -
:.t iVcled: any so that I could get it into a trunk. I ", ticket elected :
> I in the opera house. On his
: .' .i.-r. and even when When I made the first cut the odor "\ I "..,, 'I Mayor-E. p, Holley, 67 vote*.
way home he was struck by a bullet.
: '. ,1 with a man whotAlowworkman. was so awful that I could go EO fur Y.F.fl'j -
i Le ther.:' iW '" Today the plant is surrounded Ey a City Clerk-W. Williams, Jr.,

:mtity.! nut Ian' Captain Titus saM that the prisoa- '- '-1,7' \ threatening crowd. 68 votes.
; '., arrival of a nun er described tiling as being a man 1Kif Marshal-W. W. Harrison 83
._ ''J' j j TROOP ON GUARD.
i. been intimately ac- about 23 years old salotuh-fared, ;0 '; \ .\
...\ j} \, votes.
r. -o.ier al'kllowkdge.1 feet 7 inches in height, with a "bright .==- '..... .. "( -
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...: Hooper Young. clear look in his eyes, pale face ani t.== --,. I ,"''"".\,;, ; Colonel Stillwell Sends Detachmentsto Tax Assessor-A. T. l tewart, 5S
the Different Collieries.
'. view with the offi-: wearing! dark clothes with a straw ".-: I votes.
Scranton Pa.. Sept. 23.-Nine comnits -
-t: Young's aJnus- hat when last seen." \
of the Thirtenth regiment ordered City Board of Aldermen P.Golson .
l.*> i,; said to have When Captain Titus had finished
eearding the ('rim... !'tPakit'sistant District Attorney :im of forceCHINA'S I've often been a viet out last night are in camp in a field 101 votes; W. W. Allen !St

just east of the Delaware and Hudson I
": this confession Garvin said: ..___ votes; Chas. Lepard b6!: votes.
r".Hrn"d.. .
-. .t a t'Ion at O'i;'h ant, near '""'-.-. .
.t Cai-tan Titus! has said< that this Most of the people of this city undoubtedly have laughed during the)11 Colcnel Stillwell. In corumand. sent There were no opposition: to the

I I witnessed bv iran made practically the same sat:.- lat few diy? in iinUon with practically the entire Ensrli-h'.p -akiuy race. I detachments of
troops to the different candidates for mayor and cityclerk.The .
." at the rail- Tent to his counsel. That is not sr' The cnoe of the merriment has been a po-ter. jut put out by the "Force" collieries in the vicinity shortly

ao attention The captain is mistaken. We don'tknow I defeated candidates:: for mar-bal
Food Company, of which a picture rhown above after the regiments' arrival.

-cUtors.: H* what he told his:; onunel.B The first time one sees this poster he thinks the bill-po-t mu;t have: I The report concerning the trouble were 31. X. Fi-htr, 22 votes; W. P.
:. h better than Captain Titus then said:
made a mi-take in putting it 'IP: The second! time he ees it he is inclined at Archibald last night was mislead Johuaon: H votes, aud J. D. Lindsay,
> -t through the h
\ "That Is all of the statement ? 'I
.! M.fificatir. Th3objection made. volunteered all of that. to the belief that something! mot have: been wrong with the billposter.After ing. There was no disturbance in Ar. f> votes. For tax assessorV.. A.

seem It a number of tonics it begins to d'jwn upon him that perhapsit (hrbald. The rioting the"Ridle"
his ;
to ret -
his ro-
Knowing that rights are being ]> I McLeod, 56 vote: .
I..! d. tpetailI; !I. we cannot question him r.ow." : was: bone by de-i igu. This l.i-t conjecture U the true one, for this poster I : In Winton borough wherethere

.* of New York uM Captain TunsitM, thht Young bad ha* bt'tolll.tlt uj\ !l1lV"rct:; of wiinhiibiUnt* in th I'nited Htate I was a. dash between rioters! ant

1 I a< foiiBM'i for VOUP..? not explained! how the woman came Canada Kn:;land: and the rest ot the United Klnd01l1.'hl'u: you laugh a party of workmen reinforced by OVER 1,000,000
coal and iron polite. John Burnett,
ally! today. Ho iniuvM by the wounds on tier head. Young at it, therefori1: you may know that you are prclubly i lau blur with the
or Philadelphia of the \
one police, was
\ i the Jail anti! talkivi was ai aisnod on an affidavit ma!rt greater part nf the world.
shot fn the arm. There has been
afran hour or morf. At hy Dettctue rM'ar.t:: Hughes; and PENSIONERSSpecial
no disturbance! at the "md e" today.
of tliw interview! hart said: the hearing was s..t for Sept. :3""II. T'lr

man is sane if he 13 a'l rr'lN'pf.hgs were brief and witho'lt i Colonel Stillwell is preparing to send
I II ;

I : not more know like what that of to a think.mad- any unusual incident. The Hungarian who was shot' In the to The Daily News.

attack upon; Deputy Sheriff McAndrewand Washington. Sept. :23:::-The United! ;

Dimply wonderful. FARMER KILLED SHATTERED Supenntpndcnt Iturrkeiser yesterday States pension l list has passed the
I '"I.' to !'ave him examined by an i iI
OFJJONCRESSPRESIDENT afternoon died today. J. n.nOO. mark. The annual report of
i I. .anity before I fo on. I
.. Commissioner Ware, which will bj
t i nt revenge"YOUNG'S
FROM AMBUSH 'I QUIET AT TAMAQUA. made public for the annual encampment -

WILL CALL of the Grand Army of the He-

--- I Strikers' Pickets on Patrol, but No public, will show that at the end of

I :....t..1. : Captain Titus Has Intr.1 Speiial; to Tl.<- Daily News. THE FLOWERY iI ii i AFTER ADJOURNMENT I Violence Reported. the last fiscal year ending June

\/ (. II with Him. .1.' IN-..'.. '.; S--.I'; --i.i. i.A.; ..';\ i II I I I Tamaqua. I'a.. Sept 23.-Strikers' last, the pension rolls lacked 5r>4 names

'. i'i! I I. KINGDOM. MARCH 4. pickets patrol the Creek colliery todayin of being l.O'Mi.'Mift' During July, he w.
> ': s i.l. ;).-- Th > ua:n from >> ti'isii! i I. i : "' 11 r. n: > I I
; i ,-i} r >\ :thViiliam Hooper tiinii.s ar.i! d->.\- -.;.. !' :, ir. 0)11.(11: an effort to prevent nonunion men ever, 2.051 names were added to the

"n. Mi'iri. armf! at the rand Ill'.j! \ i i'r .- \\1': i. ;> liavhcaii"'! I -- from going to work but no violence 53 list bringing the total to l.CHH.W.

U -af"n: at '. J" o"> !J.., k this oj .- i i.. ( ,,' ,p" -; 'I, ;!:11 t Til": !;Special! to The Daily News: Special to The Daily News. reported. At the end of the last fiscal year

"III. '; ,. ', .' fir '. .1'.1'I The collieries are working as usual the number on the rolls} exceeded all
'. 1'1.! r. w.-; >" or .Vnl Jll' )- IaI": I I. ? ; ; PI an ,13' I
New York. S 'i>t.3.: .--Bishop David Washington. Sept. 23 From ill
and the nrevious records, and with the July ad-
:... -I "n wl! > n la: tia.n: came h1oII.\.;. if l'.kv> ''tol>' near the operators report few gain
Antio-'h ( lair :h. Hastings! Moore, of the Methodist Kpis- that can be" learned! hens, the report: :, East Ix'high co li. ry. an individual op. u.tion !it has passeti the poe
tupai! church, having; supeivision of that an extra session of congress will made by those who have opposed ucnj -
pration, Is ready to start and the i :
.1 was or i 'v and no d"- John :M Itccan. a larmer. wa? mil; operators
and who rtiiA.'he'l he calkd immediately!: after adjourn! j! sion legislation. Pensions
China. Japan Curia: i claim that they nave growingout
.. home fonral' h, I petitions
.i>t t iiI.:': \\ I'; mad* o arrompanieJ y
nvimouths in the mfr.t.1a.'C'h 4 text, is based on fact. : of the Spanish-American war have
this end for work
his city U> si daily. Those in a positionto
i u' taK;1411-: /If Y.mns brother San Ilcsran and Bill Dt>aa.
That President Roosevelt has been bad! a great deal to do with the Increase
open-door missionary movement in know say that if a break
", whn a discharged! from occurs In
: r..I' I r" 111 '"rr""n''ll gun ; amhul -
which his church: is row iterested'inYIi. consldning such a move is known, and the strikers' ranks here it will! be du-3 although! the number of actually
; ',,-, m.i'. .1. .. when tho and John Reran fell to the ro,.l- .
the fresh outbreak jf the rapid! march of events since SpeaKer to the pensioned is small In proportion
'. "-pod the paiB \\t-i-o ..,'!10> mortally woundfd.! A man nam..1HlIJ'h regarding small amount of relief being dis.
Tori the Boxers: in China, that he does not I1f'n.lpr "n'sthtira: wal has madesuch tributed. It is claimed that $2 a to the entire number of men. --something
;> thetrseata lor A f.nun.- was suspected of the
action on the part of the Repulvlican like 1Jt//JO-'Who served in that
btlieve there will be another general week is the largest
crime amount a married
u Young who Wit in tin having had a previous diflculty !
party advisable, if not impera.i war.A .
in the luturt. striker
with Ri-gan. and he uprising tan secure in sub-district
i: ua taken off first Hai was placed in.der i tive.

i wed (carnage and at-- arrest but denied all knowledge "That China can ever be what i; I One of the plans suggested to the No. 1.Throughout. .
was before that outbreak is imyssilie. the Certni,11CrP Hysp.urry and
!\v Detective Sergeants of the affair Afterwards he mad-* Mahoney and She-
president Is the appointment! of a tariff :
h- said. "Her idols shittertJ Diarrhoea.
big are candoah regions quiet! I is reported. Soldiers' !
, Findlay and Mr.I Hart. scape an 1 has not since! been : -

rounsel; )I. who came darn captured.: P-aps and blind tigers! an : The savivd wall around Pekin revision commission( during the pickets! were out as' usual a'l "?ome years ago I was one of a
nan! the party was driven thn"eht to b< thhi..-f factors:; in the has i ilt'pn dug down to admit the [loco- coming and to sit during to the that recessof body night but no acts of violence are reported party that intended making a long

i !qllartE>rs. ki'.I:::i,*. notithe legations are enlarged and next congress. report and the few collieries are I bicycle trip," says F. L. Taylor, of
rebuilt with reference to further year.Chairman working usual.!
any a?
, ,':-, handcuffed to F.n- --- i New Albany, Bradford county. Pa.
. trouble. The empire has been shot Grlgns. of the Democraticcampaign iI
'. g I
through a large crow 1 "I was taken suddenly with diarr-
committee that
FOR says
through and though with western No Change In Coal Strike.
{ ,' :!c'red to see him. H" wit is the hoea and about the
ideas which to the natives seem u strongest speaker in the New York Sept. 23.-President John was give np
'n a condition bordering: trip, when Editor Ward, of the
field for the Democrats.
haan omnipotence[ all their own. :Mitchell of the United Mine Workers
.vh n led up the steps: into LOSS OF WHISKERS thatI
LacpyvllleNf reuxgested
i Timothy Richard is commissioned by I T- said today that his advices from rqp-

, Shortly after Young the emperor to reconstruct the educational CAUGHT INCOTTON the strike of coil miners showed no take a dose of Chamberlain's; Colic.
'. : ii> detective headquarters. + ARM -
system on western models".1s change! ; in the situation. He said nc I Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I
I I!r appeared and said in, re- Special ThO' NHWS.New .
to our trade prospect with Chiua: II Intended to l leave New York some time purchased a bottle and took two

0..., 1'' ".f 3. The York.: Sept.: :23: -A peculiar the bishop is enthusiastic. He alsj[ GIN during the day.Strike does, one before starting and one on
an man.
suit has been brought against a street believes that the United States should the route. I made the trip successfully -

>,\1'.>r.essioawhich they have got, he him madshiii on railway company of this i city by Simon follow the example of the great powers I of Piano Makers. and never felt any ill effect.

.. !*sal counsel.! It will Kurtz. who !seeks to recover the in especially training young men Special to The Daily News NVw Ycrk. Sept. 23.-A strike of 700 Apyin last summer I was almost

sum of $10/>00 because or a fall whicii for the consular and diplomatic! service piano! and organ maker employed in

... .:..a"!' Young: was not even compelled him to: shave o5 his bear He has no doubt of the ultimate LntiisviH Ga.. Se.t; 2-=..-While "njraPd several factories has gone Into effect completely I down bought with a an bottle attackof of

.cv, Kurtz is a canto or singer in a synagogue. Chnstianization! of China. Ho is uncertain in running! a g-n: at :Moxley, Ga., to enforce demands of a 10 per cent this same remedy and this time one
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cf the interview Since losing his beard he de- as to the final form Christianity a little viliaze 5; miles south of this increase of wares and the 9-hour work dose cured me." Hold by all drujjgisU .

"- r.Captain: Titus ant dares he cannot longer follow his pro. will take but is confident that Us place Walter :Murphy, one of Jefferson day. Two thousand men gained t9 I and medicine dealers
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i n Titus said Young had fesson! under the rules of the church county's most highly estcernel
spirit will: move and dominate the demands" without a strike

wing: statement: China that is to be. Bishop! Moor citizens! received injuries from whichhe : A GREAT AUCTION SALE.

t.. -.I: weeks ao I met a will return to the Orient: next !arcn. di"d. 'Ifr.lurphy: was ginning, Wines to Resume Work. I
: <; Cnarles Simpson Eilia JEWELER IN HIS
i': P.irk. and the cotton became choked in the Kno viile, Tenn., Sept. :23.: -The F. E. Brawner's great auction sale
He accosted m" What you pay for extract* is im- gin. He tried to loosen it and in the Crooked Fork Coal and Coke
companylast of clothing and men's furnishings ia
: .irj pot
:acquainted though
NEW STANDI but what for attempt his left arm was caught an2
portant, you get your night received a telegram from
'-nerate. Alter that he'eral now in full swing at the corner of
! '. money is ten times more important. I terribly ciunlatfd.! the United Mine Workers of America
'\ times at my flat. Palafox and Intendencia streets.
iH-ndt't Vanilla costs more because asXo a scale! for the year IS02.l>3. TheOmitany's
: it ht :Mrs. Pu'.it7t: d:9; I Net Doomed For Life. Bales: at 10 a. m. and 7 p. m. Call
( mines at Petroa will resume
I met her at Broadway an! have moved my jewelry store to worth more. I and bay goods at your own price.There's .
"I was treated for three years by operationB Thursday morning, under !
street by appointment I
120 South Palafox formerly occupied THE SANTA KOSA good doctors," writes W. A. Greer, this agreement About 150 union mind '
We went to the flat
to- lots of be madeIn
by Bas] S Co., and am now SURF BATHING ESTAUL1SHMEN1 McConnellsville 0., for Piles ers are affected. The mines have money
went for an
out : some whiskey
real of it. A real
estate lots estate !-
than to give about -
better ever for Tour
prepared been closed weeks
.' Fistula but when all failed Buck-
there and left
Eillng antgone. ,
in diamonds watches, Bathing the warm gulf waters i is sign i* usually a finger-board to
: When I got back great bargains len's Arnica Salve cured me In two '

-- Pulitzer! lying across the jewelry, etc. Call and see me and conceeded to be the finest in the Bruises : by buy i 17. wealth. Thos. C. Watson &
week Cures Burns, ; g
fl Ion'ey
Real Estate firm
S the
with leading
world. pleasure Co.
-as in her mouth. 1 Eilins"J. : let me convince you.J. Everything Corns! ,Bores Eruptions, Halt Rheum,, a ve furniture ,

I. STEPHENS. safety. Good board and lodging, by Piles or no pay. "5c at W. A. D'Al, your hare some oiler which it wouldbe

-ipc-n her clothing anJ the day or week. Luncheon prompt emberte's drug store. at Marston fy Quina's worth your wh.le to consider. Go
Fleishman's Compressed Yeast ly served at all hour, day or night.
ands back and forth I Great Furniture Empo- and see them to-day, and don't wait
over fresh daily and on ice, at the West CHARLES H. BHRTON, BaUami from the Northern WoodWinPynyIiasautinwttintnzIxcaa 1win

'entice reaplrat.ion1en Florida steam Bakery. 2m-tf Manager. I : r, rium. till to-morrow. .

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:;t of the men \.'Io saw tin- prison! The crutch is a poor substitute for legs and aflor'<.
inconvenient and tiresome mode of locomotion then
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To NEW YORK, BOSTON ghost aidiI! lirlrg I and there: are Store of Louis Saks Is
i I Large i pathetic sight than a person slowly and painfully ram 'n.
lI11H /irsr ALL two or tee other reasons why I I street supported by these artificial limbs

a'1 j g } EASTERN, RESORTS ,hound not give the exact: tw, Riau. Burned \ When Rheumatism settles in the bones and musc'i ,' .

tl r. t When 1 was ward :i's secretary at a -- /r \\ it is safe to predict that the victim will eventually K .M '
t\ r
c '1R YfTehec .,...tC:1V: E "uiud"I [prison' t-upjioMxl to !.Ie made j LOSS WILL REACH $240,033. 'A and crutch-bound. The corrosive irritating matter that i :

x t S'-'"' ..-. ...- port'oct I by am'\\' \vanlt-u put in to r I in the joints and muscles causes the most intense !p in t.

; OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY: 1, abolish trudty.! I had no doubt that hi- ia One Hundred and Twenty-Five Clerks ) and ankles swell and when the natural oils and fluids th it' .'

,p i R'd LOWRA: > H' 'IKI"VHHour >' K 1 eras Uo.ii"s; : hi pri-li'iidi-d. Titer Thrown Out of .I. 11 these parts are completely destroyed the joints Ku> "UlL : .
aN of Ocean Employment :
t 50 Eree&e5I I I the muscles drawn and stiff and crutches a
'i'i : was a conv'-t, X ). M:! M, tljwn 0:1 th-- '
t1 Sailings each WeeK men Had Hard Work to Prevent The acid that rheumatic pains form the ,
'J litHiks as's K. .lolt('.;. serving a poisons produce in I-h.,1:

Ott 1i' 't' from .Sava nnah. Ga. J term for LtircLiry.; One i'.iy.: I I I Flames Spreading. distributed through!: the system, and lodged in the arms, ship., .,.,

; ". 'I" staudii the! ahchtfna of suih punishments ; I back and feet or other parts of the body-resulting: ofUnn i t'', ..t I.
rtf thii.t t int .
Tijsliaiiij.1 'ii>8
',,y 1 paruUlf tn *i"".-'l. *.?rvI ." tip."udt.r'terr' J : he was fijgtad.Tin ; i Birmingham; Ala., Sept. 23.-A fire A permanent cure of Rheumatism can be effected only bv .ll'. 'n. ,

'M I F41'L 1 teLKliitul m, '" r-!- Zfr, 'niiitm ., "'utl\r r'IP "I-I.I-IP.l.i I tI.t., 'I. ? warden Lad been appointed on THE THIEF CF BEAUTY i which bloke out shortly !before 8 ing of the blood, and no other remedy so surely accomphsl, -1''J. "
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S .L utiort m.,' '. .w,I' i ," .II'b and L iir .>iR acid effects and ,
o'clock this the tb.-
p Fl } fool, KV:t.t \p.. r. l the i-fcomnu-ndatiun: of a hundred ins morning in the large cloth. It neutralizes purifies invigorates sta,. '

i i 4 i r......... 1IFr.Y...ON6 "UYlaT.aNG 'I,. ilurntial men of whom were I Is Captured by; mg store of Louis Sake at the corner and the gritty particles are washed out or dislodgedby

!'' p M.vEN' re. a..L. To 'I lergj mon. for th.! express purj.e of Bradfield's Regulator. of Nineteenth street and First aVEnu: the new rich blood and relief comes to the! t

q a Csem.. .'lrillirlB. 1..1. ru refi>ruiiag: tin-: prison, yet lure was a I Thousands of young women are awaking I I i burned until 4 o'clock destroying their pain-racked sufferer. S. S. S. leaves no morbid,
l./:1 .. .. to the fact that inherited comliness hasI
matter in the blood to reunite and
::1"t. of COII'! ;. three story building: and its contents. irritating prod'veanother
u in 'f f 1:: I been stolen, and instead of gloump I
.lo'v-s' record coi-sl-sUil! of naught i The total loss on building and stock attack but expels every atom of it from
I cheeks and the tell-talt
hut I black: marks.: Hi rwas reported .is I,[, wrinkles of pain bright have eyes taken, their place. I is $24il.ouu with jltUooo) ( insurance I the system. S. S. S. is a purely vegttaMe: n.nn.-'!h:. and! .',", :

GENKIlAli I'HKNCIl: SCHK }Uf.K lazy; tl 'l aut. impudent and dangerous.; | These are the warning feelingsVeal, I Saks owned the huil .ng-. the digestion or general health like alkali or {ii-t.s'i u-t: t '

t r and for a portion of the time he had! II j jI and tired in the morning, no life to entei One hundred and twenty-five clerks Write for our special free book on Rhe11Tn.ti-m. an i :: .

; I' ; Following ia the chedule of the teen I i'i Chairs .uid on !bread and water upon their former pleasures irritablecross and other emp'oyes are thrown out of advice or other information: is wanted, our phui ni \uu; .

x ft I gorernmentstPam0rOeaeral French There were no reports against | dull headaches general dispirited work. A spark from live electric it without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA oA
x $ : which THE NEWS print for the him u-i., r the new warden and yet \ feeling sleepless] ] nights, cold feet, "tear a

iti' $ > benefit of the merchant* who ship In- hail -i-i'iu-d a rniil 1I"I.ln;;. i iI ing down" pains. All these symptomsindicate I wire in the third story caused the con I -

( tl : their goodto the \arious army .".:i.i ii'it make it v Foley Kidney e a.
( posts : exhausted energies follow the wtakene.l I The firemen fought hard, but could ,
ask:: illdlil'i f.>r all rxpl.m.i- di*f'a"ed "'HInd.tI they will
Wit kidneys
: Leaves ivnsacol .. ... .. 7-w: a. m. condition of the female organs: a; only prevent the spread of the fiamrs | blood.the' \\llllS\ llarfltcnr.. i
t Leaves Karrancna. .. .. "..Via.rc.I lion. It was: ione rf: my affair. but surely follows Save; elimite, the ponons; from: the \ __
N. : Lea", Pickrn- .. ... ... .,. ":IWI a. m.I tletcrnilued! have talk with Jom-s: ;, as night day. jourEeif I to adjoining buildings. The place will W. A. D'Alemberte,121 .s. Palafox. |
I to a
Llavt'sIrranea'l: ..' .. .. ....... *:15a. m. from worse results by t..kinjj I oe rebuilt at once.BROOKSRIDDLE. I I Know OutMirt: lintI I ,
*} i ( i Leaves l'ns oola .. ..... .. ...hi15a. m. Iiia- ('lf. and after three "r drys BRADFIELD'stFemale :| fcranolittuuietii.A Jlsi! uu< t, ',
Arrives! tUrrancts 11 :1'\ a. m. and tbrai oiin/trtnuity! oame. I fotiiiil him to '
r! a trip to tortMcKee and then r1 i Pocket cutler and scisYOU wiii
\ nave pride :,
told Ihat
tarn to nurrfttiom. IH- ph.VMC-al wrck. lI ale Regulator ] FEUD'I
't ;i7; J..<,a"..! Hurra'ieai ... 1'1-ip. m. when h'- eun-riHl 1 the i" 'II h" was a i sors fl'on'the finest to the I dower rardens if ti! t';; ?:
I . .. 1 il III The most invigorating mini rcvulati i'
J..tavt'5I'lek..n : p. m. McFarland Tells own rund. Foar In-c: i '
1 lr L..av..5 fi-n->aciili ... .. .. 4Wip." m.I'lckfu man of thirty" in the ill"I'. !It.-.ilth! ill the wurld. It relit\ts painful p:- msf, of Elcady: Fight at ,! Cheapest I at; the 'T/-II t i s home and he"
a eni- :
I r
? ?i Leans .. ....... ",;U p. m.Arrtva Spokogee, I. T.
4.. barrancas ii\I1 p. tn. ana -aid had a munificent pi.\>j'liI"| :1t'tit of trot 1.1 or oupprld m\'lhII': Itio, Hardware Co. j though he may ti ,1''alt!

/ r 4 trip tolclt.l: d return. : t_ .sihs: hair \v 1''wy.' / Inlu k n-r\OtlsiU-Sf, he ." lies,
;' On Wi-due-J tyandSuunJdy" the heal and! h,. lo'iki-d tike a nun ,'f, M<- of f..ceind 'ynr'ietry! c>f f-prtu are the re': feud fight between b e Brvota! own, and if sh will i ;a\ '

1 boat wi:1 l leave Hirr.incas: via 1'icksn t.:. flt! had lit-i-n paddled o- 11.1;: stilt.;of us u-i-. (If drui) '.!tilts t 1. Cur!honk: and Riddle Spckosee.! I I. 'r.iiY.ITbtig.L'.Wutfiou&i i

sn;; for Pros icola at 5'JO< :; p. m. .u-r tiiirty; tinu-s. He hal IK-I-II s-rii.'!Ic. "Perfect Health for Wom,n.".tree. T., in which \'illis: John ant 1 Cliffoi )1IIH\ ; leading Rea! F.--:,IP > _' -
The French i"? for army lot B3ADFIELD: RiGUATOR! CO. ATLANTAGA: The undersignedtakf: nor
r I Brooks and "Old Man"
Lif'.i-d I nullUtl'i-d tiui"! whliimt: Mini: Ridels were : cut .how l-er \h'-w i ,
Dorpooiuy and any out-ier lI1U*t if itlerin; her -ervires a- .1'I -
nave a pafrom tie qu irreruia-ter I l-i-r. lIt in tintii! ;: i--Us!! for i i i I killed ar j John Brooks mortally rt-.ILs licensed midwife :-i, iv- 1 ,n e.

o take pa-ca;:e: o i 1a I i.-n'i'1'- at a tm! end for mentis his qua :''---"i! ::11.,1! 1 tale ti! 1.. [p.:rtictiljr i wounded James :'k<<-Farland. of the; ; ;lug; had 35 y.-'ar- .x' <. "" t-,'. - -

II ill! .-t hail: Ih-vn only \bread and w.iti-r: i'I a i1! hl,1 1'1'1'1, : .md! I Riddle ; arty. last night said- I L'au give best i"f r fi.: '" HJ .0 i Jila }( F'U Qa"'i/

: --I .Ti"it wits n'.ni.v *-,"itiul! to Bite the .K--' l>, lo.ivo: U"lllI.ndl: :: ::1 i xoist "Willis Brook aud his two sons. Cllf I le.ldiuj.l'hY-C'I.I1-"f! : !! '"- ci' .- .
tl/c I II'il1'! Ii'Ir".
SCHEDULE II.,()lt. Ito cl.nl1; 11.. JoUI' II'Y and !' >">;itl! I'.i.tcatisutl) public! .:\.' tenit'ut j and John came to Spokogee; : m.-.! .".iR-. M I 011'1' \ -. irom .
: :. I I d"-ci'r, : d l iha In- find I -'ii wi."afully j jrotilitiil .11 art the state in .i'h'y.tIu.1: an ini i and met RSdJle at the: postoffic' j0 anBrooks : 'jltf 114 *.. 'urt j li. 1:1. :," ( \-n, _>>iti> ', .

j litnis ,-p of hot ternj j vt-st'_:.!u>!'i mitt: La'.ircsiilti: d I tih.s.1 I Inviislj. stopped the old p-an: allI""rtpned : .

\li.n-Htlal I aid when litunivtd at the prison '. The -\arik-n" hatlii't! the l btck- to kin! !him I '
i Belwpen and : i| ji'-r. was standing :ithr : EIS. NOi'FhTY Cllo iota era filar1

t Can |)ai\ IMI-;: ]>T >--uii-l) I| tin was retwllious.! He was tlcuart-d 0:1 i it'i I b iif" ro hand up to it. Ho ruturnwl j corer when Ri;;rile! ran and 1Cdiz'Brooks !! j '-1 r t1, 1 IIdRltue.UlSenfir\
i M-co'ptl iljy. and Prow that time on j I word that he- would give up leis place, j jmd threw a cartridge Into his gun : r t the BuMa Troubles ,

"Ii "CITY OI TAMPA.! !II :: !1 the oliit-ials were down! on him. He [ as a matter of fait resigned; I j and said h" would> 'kill Ridclip! for : Gq j i, 1 "J T } ln'drenofAnl' AyPht"f

t t Milton '1{"'"t:n I.v IVn<>ioIa, I l.itipm:: i iLT t ... defiance and The; two guards went with him, but .y p <* liowils, Strenqtr-
-t a, Arl'.ns"oI'am Ar Milton 5.t
>\\I IK-; hound trip.fL:It i tlul, t t'.e: i i.lci\ : M-ii'i-
: -- I do !'::III\\'. however, that after tie trio I I
tl him to his Ut-ath. When the new w.Il"I-1 desd. Fe was unamied John j|I 5\li--eJ-; ? J 4.0r moil -:' ,rote '" C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. cOUIS MtTesaa'.Ec.At'.ru'.l
'-ft Ih,'"a" Kelt I
n.' more -
: .. .
ivinuJoiu huf't-d fur fair I- n'.IIT M :> b.|
en > Brooks" then told his nt'' r-r > utu .1.1i'i
father; kook
: I : to ,
NOTES OF NOTABLES. .: ,"J prisoners gossip when they m exp.r.r i-.f v r \ a t' r ;
int'iit. 1'lt1" disitipoif-ted. The UI'I I .. ,
me. standing on the ('orner.l1is i i''xu'd-t.r I v r i; 'l n, --i I. i,
of" -- lif'I.l:11' down on him from the" first: got outside, but their tales wtrtonly.. 'I'on6n''dlu | i if | i I I. .1 1 i, t'.r n- I r. ? If j a' Hr u
j Brooks and his boys began flripir at i!< ,1 < rl\. ,
the first secretiry ir m Uir l 'i l Ii.'y T t r n.IIill' !
Henry KrusHipii.
.:lay and iujht: for pretexts to adminislor !I lauuutl! at. It is a fact nevertheless !IP . . 'I.I"k w "
t ,, .' : : at 11:11.:1:1.! ,liss: rrivel! in San 1'lmi!! I'rnncN to his sit i'cbuol l in :onks fell arose and began !'rnlOtn.! i
I 'rl.... "fl place M II ae''e to lot'l briievetl. then! i i S'-i-n by a score of guards and turn- 'i

ir !: lU-rkelt-.v. I the warden !ud! a streak of cruelty[ in : keys.uul; : if the wardt-ii Lad n-it solved affEin. but finally tell for /uool Th" -
1 '
\ .: I>:.ivid Ttirjiie. formerly( United States his nature U1\StISjH''ll by his: friends, ': the problem by resigning every; one of I boys"then went down! shooting to rh" "p

1 4 senator trom! Indhimi. I is pal''i1hi$ ati'. I made np) iii\ wind to wati-h and till'! iiili-MSicials: : would hI'p'alkpl! j I last. I' ,I

.. f f1"'lillin.'l'It1'. !; in his comfortable Indianapolis vait! and ay nothing.I .ui .' ."I I l.'i't !:i!!i fo tisht a !prison !!IU'j{! MeFarland and the otlRi.I<:i.-it. = a1 .

". huuie.! never lIt tn. :-11t'llk, with Jones : tiny r.z\v: : \ h-inded. M Qt' surrendci and are IJ! juiLote .

a A,$ A 'IIIIII: Dan: .h author rnm Hl Mad- a.aln but 1 knew wh-t happentnl. .t L..n".ltl .'lIi'_ Pen fell ilowpst.iu.s in his house in ('11- In the >lii.emii.
11. \Yi''Ui:( a 4.le: n-jMirt being t'lItt'r",1:1"al"t
In rot-cut adtrs! ,
a T-ikv
a -
I pi-iihivjt-n: : rcH-i-ntly full! was clioki-il to dOl 'h't! promin' "'VIi notIu.. mow you?" rJ,-Milt-il the
tt' : hii'i !l'i-: was tfo;: iil. !<
: : .L t'ug' suti! "TiJl' i
Tau sr 1.,1' : it'-
; ,
death by tits high folli.r.fonenil : the ar.lpntnilii! m:tu who was n,; .<.Io'I''!
Jr s with cull water loaded! with chins ..-j. ..d'.t!' .i..p.. i. ,.- lal:: s I isouie- '
. ( I'e 1it-t objects' to beins I I.lrr :it Ifivi'iunkiig us be was at eating \I'i"\
1 \..,' and fonnnt'd in tI.,' dark! <"''!11.! Th'! ......g .ita'z.":: I know! :i dai: ;":'! of j

.lrr: i '-ra termed a guerrilla leader." The nUxmfontein jrimnl-s nusr:':e*! and proxokwl andhtiiintlt a certain p--... I ut a !I.r.nxl: lit'oU..... i I Ilt't'f.
8i Post: H> referred to him Rod himselfhantUed The fat IH'Ilanet', at her corpus
and !
I' l him the t t:;rl u and this hiikilent-f is real-1 I
'f.'ui-ily Wit'lI ll'\\" the phrase at I >'onglall.'s lent self anmil 'd. "Yes." she chuckled ,
:,,. the cat o' nine! tails, and de- ly beyond the! idea i.nilnary: mortals. '
" tin IWr entTnl's re<{jue:'t. lighted in the !Iltn i'olt lilt"It. I knew I' ; :Sinwill not ere u opn her mouth 1 ; "0 II.'rriclCbicIlgo News. r r

I : VtlontV.! Ihvkert of Tulodo, 0.. Is this only after tineonviitV d'-alh: or Islpukl '
t I ';f I lu'f.As'soon! as Lie time to reti.v -| Take Care u. thC !
, i., ,I doing his Itt-st to prove hat Yankees ; have I'-ft a'',' si1 t nation and rel to hitd:: arrives she is>sm-s h. r i -
i I ore not the /1":111."t inuiitors. He >orted the facts tu. tie ;governor.Ui The man or woman whore" dis;>.--
or.ler, Sow: I will retire: and at once
t t I has alr-'i'.v' imtenntl ia ) of hil! notions day I was ordered' to till in and I tion i ii perfect and wt!.,-*' stomach! ..1. .... .
tliti-e tour tinundi
or maiUb spread: : r-
function i N
:.. htimfii! III' leas perform" it* every neverJLk.
unit is
i jet.l : recoiil l Jont-.s' dt-ltb. The '
( :
j a retort > qufit'ti! 'lp l Tar: or. raUu-r. i.u.kib'-r, K-'d'd CI"iIl'P-, uruGtand; !
1' ,.; 11 >r. \\ lli.m1.: : Ieardsheir: the president blank lore the report and signature of U.r s..t- sii\;' <;S4iais like a tloll. to sweetens the *tnntttchunit; cur', ;mitivlyaud -. F1IN111.N I: ES IJQCOKN.{ { !ET; (
1 of the .1o'\ a State Agricultural: I the prison dm'tor. 11- gave the cause ,
ciii'ii!! < .' b.-i v',')! 'nand at tact tug.n.! :: |"'rma"II! ) all -.tnach
riillop-. who lii> just dictl.) wa.s :inOliiiuin of death as heart trouble. but 1 came .. t'l'Uhln.
{ ; ,,'. .IIIt.j!! i I"i: i<'1 nijrlit saniii-nt, i.s put uigt! |'tn sail y-spwia.|

: ly birth and l lvas one of the to know afterward that .[onei had to b.'d .h"1 ;ua person suffering; from i It i* the wonderful reconstructivetonic ,, S. A.

L :. 't joumrist retTtiits to take part: in the died under his last: tlopuin. :Not half a s,,'.'.. ,:s Jin! ss. and so the: poor thin! ; that U making so miny sick ;, FRIEDMAN

I at. civil \\ :ir"K a ilo/.tti. 1:11'1in the prison know of his ; .M's to sU'!'p si-id releases her maids : ff'OI'11WFII and weak people troi.g

'!' your resfiet-letl mother still alive? I +di'inisM-" hough it brought about greatliiiiut front th"I"ubl u\ (' till the niortuus.: by con\eyipg to their bodieall of I1. O BOXIIH.. TI.I.M'lloM: '
the nonri-i'int-ut t the food
; S Slay >!.<' trash you tlnstivtti." was I <- : -<. Two nights after the ileat lieu :'I HI tney .
\\ rhe'fly routine is resumed. + eat. Kev.. H. Holl.iday. ..f. Hull' :;-
: S < h" lit Ki-i :MakoiiiH-t to n Pa the warden aroused from his sll,
reply was 'll
: Fits.f! all "II' issues the li ;
to III:! tiny, Mi-*., write* : Krxlol hacuredflit'
'f t :'.f rb,:1II r"I"'rt'r| win. iikil him whether I, to i t t* Jones standing! l lfore him load- : ': I con-idt-r it lltbe rr-nif-dy! I Iseer COAL tD WOOD.WE

M the A!'> >siuuiii" liked the UtiKiisli! 1'1'I I I ttl down with i-haiti lie sprung out extrarorder.1:! : u-ed lor I\-p"p"ia! ami stomachtroJblis >.

'h the 1-1"'llI'h I better.ChaiUs of bed and clutched at MKKV. On the th-'i': the! prrM'css! exactly the reverseof I wa-rfiv up hv physician .

t :M. Si-hnali has donMed his next night as the two ..;mint who had'' th-it of the night .ln fore !is tortb- I *. Killed saved my lite. Take EXPECT TO Sl'l-PLY l Ml'CH: !I..-\ ';.M.K !j'. !

\ gift If .*::<;.",.tkiil> to the I'I'ul\"ymul.l! pounded the eom'ktWrf'> on duty in with MHMnenced the it after meal I, Harjsi-i Plnrniacy: .
by girls. Day t THIS WIXJ'KK THAN KVK; ; i I E": \ I KK:
" Jiiu! :;ht'PI.ard.idupy lahll.There's .
: Mate i-olU'se.! It i.s aUi a'tnounced the wiii!;: Jones walked out of his :'rt--r (' 'j ",fits ronti"e is gone thrmigh [

k that be is ti> build a rt>idence forthe oi-eu cell! and pad up anti down the fist I the sp,iled dl.!ll of the prond ups
'" n.ln"lIe: .\. i.incy.: the first .tlt'rillor! for t''n minutes! in full I'iht"r st-irt pcr torci-s herself from her m<- 1.Hs of money to oe toad

bishop of he Catholic: dioeew of Al- I them. On the ne\t nigbt the ghost i| taken! notion! as m dignity to 1 Irc.d tilt in real e"tnte-Iots of it. A real es-

; ', toona. Pa. piinuen.ided! around the prison yard, lif. of -it; invalid nut to crippKtio! : tato sign is usually a flnirer-board to Thompson, Olson cC7:

't .. ;: The champion! sueeztr of Pennsylvania and on the fourth be appeared in tbe ilc\.i-l'iiiii-ut| <.f her body"- wealth. Thos. C. Watson &

is J oha Hamilton a druggist; of pri..oat kitchen and, throve the !bakers C'tcngo; / Nit s. COt have, the some leddinij otlfrs Heal which Estate; it wouldbe tmi Manresa Street Telephone 1'0 ; 1.-

c !\t'w"'rhilt! ,' at work t'1 a rreF.'riptioJiI while - -. .- ." -' _____ -
worth !
'1 oUt.lbtrn 1 your tocon;:'dar. Go
.! m : be felt a Mieezv coming on I II I : 1>IUl were taken to sttppreesknowlinlfre !" and them and dou't
\ We. L1.: irr and 1"'. !'. Orr of Itirnitng- ;see to-day, wait:
:. and to steady! bim!\elf clntobtKl a rail- i of this !ghost from r"''king; 11,11'1."Io"m": r :\\'ratberly ,,1IlfHI'l "- till to-morrow. MICKEY CO.
;, I
;; ins;. Thi- fore of the sneeze was so the pulilie than 1 can tell jcu .of n'id -'iit'i-rlj ot P.irw'iihnni.! Alubuaii unit .
---- -'-
Howard l Ilou,:!n-and llowiiril U 'u.ln" great: that it threw his shoulder out of only; n t< w things k-alietl out but for a nl'JlI, Alahamn. :and

.,.; ;: juint I mort'i III' more the prison' was upset.Keri I..... Danii-ll of I'..n"ecnla. F ta. clo lir>-l>\ / '
make Application fur letteri pitnni iiu.irporatini I Plumber Gas and Steam FiltcHo. :
No one has ins-.M", m'H'o'0 ri>p uirrJi! tin- "tldu! ;. w'kedalirojid u1- nu.tour...'.* .. ear

Idly a< Mr. Aliml IWt. the uutht- : It inter d the winder.Ud- po'aliun nceonl.iiice with the Inns .p( ,
Horula, under the following cban tu
.' rind d the
: rn tci. !it sauntered up wn
: rican millionaire! Who :s reputed to be wit
i eortitiurs. it prouitntatlcd tn: yards I. Thf name of the CTpnrRtmnhii'I I h Soatii Pnlaioz: Street
thetalih man ill the worhl. Iliawealth
;, "THE H.HUIKX REALTY CO. and it- All Klnrta o,. Plumbing; and Ul" Fittmgj: Materials: l K G i < '
.; .; is Mid to e'Utfd Sl.ltiMXHi.lUM; *. rid ]10 *s'>tl through iron piles us if plhce (..fbnin..P"naacota.F'londn.. : v
The unards tired :J Th* na'un-of tits luisinfhi "": ,t. :'H"N'Fr "' ''':'''fo : +. nt.d the whole of tins colossal iortuncas tl.! :; had J It('t's j II' ;>>': ji-inTa -,- m
Ir"' l to* Ib..n<"I'J/ttt/D| n.ur ,- -
? ai.d vUitcluil it unit turned the --
t at
> \\ Ilult'"Utill a period of twenty. it 't.p, '!il..I..II.I11K! of dealing n. Inrd .11 --
;1g i 9 hose u:: it. I1:1 I :it oi-ld not lie p.--sinat propi-ity, m< uirt:IPH eMd,.,(.c. ni
; ., the years.'S .
d -t'ifi-oustrufilou of -
bouses anti
,111" ..iiueli-'iod.! .', ::1.1 \-.\ tin story that .11"
y luildT.L'-' railwaycaoas! and ilti-i: -> I IPit A IVLm A
Lt t', jI.6>, l! :it"! wII idea! h.1! ri.,;. -: ..lout'to death oven II'" or.. h>otln.r., the d.*'-.I"| |"ii< ._ e.-.err, .. ,; 'e JY
I : p nonaiproprrty.thr I r "-.I'i
ti !;: t Coiiie.r. ,pith hs! on n 11:1.\\ v-ts Uiionn to .
I licrdu i:, liuymi;. sfllinj of cattle or \ EI
3 [ t, Iloas I thouubi you said that man "-\ 1'1"i. i ht. and thaw WWe _'.8H ot stock mid the plomi:: ol nil tiling. *Ld\ -I i I l-ss: |h .i A\. V K\' \t'.I.1 l-'i' kIM1RT'I'R

..:; ;; was n musician; I them I'sM-'j:: hue believed it, ami rathme : 1\C'UIltloo.own..r-hlp! an.1 III-po'I'o.'. '
: all pnifcty n..c.ary or bfiii-tiopftl f 5r -
;l Jolx-Xoiu-i-lise! I lieliovd tb.-t tbe j-lm-t \\'"."I.l1 !; cnrrYIl11 out ,.f a'd piii-rtosi": AND JOBBER OF

'1 'j "You certainlj told me lie wrote mete au awful'UlI'l"' This tear Ireda ,i. Tii" iapit.ii! .stock *ital tii* *'<": '. ::. < r -
1 \1.- t CHlU'S." i paaic and a III II 11 IIY. .\t last word p yalpe| bv a tr II-I'r li ttlr corporal "' -' "LPreserving HARDVAItE.
-- \ f
"f t .0 "I toldoii he was a composer:; of : W.I:;; st-ut tv the \} :udeu that if be did tb-it.t-rst of the ,ul" -no..ra aerc -inlt.-r a"-- ;
r.H rued in tlliind') 10 E cnmrMA ai..v: .
: 1 heirs. He sells MKithinj;: syrup. : ---,- .---- Ilo'ioa.. bflou,::inK to the beirs ofIi.. ':n i.
t : : tt ,
I! fin"r.t.. Iron Nail-. AxP... Sl>rvr 1 1-. Saw; Mill and'rwtlbh' rMipj
; .' .. 'Mnrriini; Ma ,). Fop\! '*. Honey aud Tan.ecali'ir: : nintvniniears T'scapil curprationhall from the dote of"grain xi,' ,ng or { lie. (.' --okiu! ana Hfatin.trVf: *, Paint "I,.1-.1ViudowGiiiss.Oun.Pitol3SnJ :

"_\r' you a marrying; :: man:" was ly adipt"il f-irc'h-onic throat: troub- rta l |-rr, pHt-nt toil \ : FI.hint I'.d l; :.
.. hrouchl- "p, 1'- i.licpr of the company shall I.. A
j j asked of a somber 1 looking gentleman : I-i! : .' lit l dieafs. -: !I'r--,'d-u:. f.ert.. ry anj Treasurer. .;. i. n j',:, -AND- Agate; and Tinware ana Houseiurnishiiur: ( ( IIII,.
k t' tJo. et a recent reception."Yes. : t-ourd nf three Directori) fbi' Fre-- :.t ,
': fn.el1h.'r'u'p-. \V. A. and lr-nwr-r maybsunitrdtuviii- .
41 : v'.r.! was the prompt reply; D'Aleuiberte. 11-: ) : Pi.f..x. I'e D.rector- >h'kll be cho-eo at in- aun.niKetma .n. LO AGENS FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL ( 'MI'\ ', ,

I : "l"m a cli-rsymin.:; i .of the stuckhnldrt in Srj mbvr i I Pickling: Reverb: Giant Stitc'i! E ..lth.X"rthIlDlpt"h Ki..' .
01 1:1 i t
>.it .ar aria cur ollicers tlmll U-1'hoseu I Ii I
I ; 1 3 -- --- --- .. ti! .. ,uiarnitrttrgof the 1).rtra in Wheel Co., Liftln & Rind Powder Co.. Johnson K i.somine. .

rA ; 4 ItritArt' cor Hip 1,ni...>. Spp--nib o' e,,w-h Y"IOr. Tntil t dye I Iron Kin; and Hack itovp< and; n
DR. KING'SNEW .Io-| .-! 'on r t'. urr than: be Pre..d. toad to the anxious housewife means the'range
& CO.'B Raw Hiae Lace Leather: Ma-ur : -
,I ; No profes-in ha: advanced more Tr"rtsuri-r, sad Le* D/.r.Hril tliali b. s seretars. Coups : ;;
( heating ja-t nrht. non ran : Made Railroad Color
t; ';yo 1 j rapidly late than: "nrt'ry.bat; it TRY DISCOVERYFOR ,.: Ttb: r Y-:1":. should not be used except where 'ibolutely w hit L'! :n.. "'"pontl'lnaa..1 any ts .- subi't count on gag every time-coal: SOl1lil' Masonic Temple. # Pcm(! l1'ola. Fin
ti ?'ba.l b' *.VI,<.KXIui. times. Why not use ? We take
In gas
? ceary. cases of pil ': THAT COLD. T. The said .ubsonher subset to tar i
for exHinplft. it i-i *eldoni r plea-ute in showic abou i
needed foilomliig, amount of tock.. to-" { oure
t. .1 ?{, DeWitfa Witch Haz..l Salve TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. L \1. irr.r-." ..bares.t. .
curequickly methods and
i- orrnarts.. priced, knowing I W. B. COfflPfiflYMANUFACTCREKS .
t1 ::1 and pernunently. Vnfquallfd Cures
T ConsumptionCoughs, y 1t.V.uibrrly.: *. -bar.... well: that we have really the best
for ciit*. burc. hrn'-"*. lRtnv* "tljeriy. : Dar". !
;Tt i wour.dkin; ai-eiises. Accept no Colds, Bronchitis Asthma, Howard ,"aa': \*. Vlshar. fuf-1 to be had: -the nearest perffcjtitn

! + ,, counterfeit*. "I was so troubled PneumoniaHayFevtTPleu- .!..\lw..ret.e !lian.eil"OUICH., Icurt.> *?.u"rllk WI shares.warn. I' that human uei.uSty has de- ,: \ \V 1\\ til ASlIlIJ.AJWo, "

r' ( with bl-t-di:,z pile* that: I l Io-t ninth whey jf tbN t vi-ed. Call -
ri 'wentton is write telephone-quick i ian.WH
r 111 I blood Htidtrensth.." say: =' J. C Phillips -y, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, ,nbxribrrshaieberuntoaeiraamt: .: LUMBER LATHSSAfEDCYPBESSSEINGLESKllE'Crt ,

4 .. I PtriIII.. "D.. Vif's Wir-|' Sore Throat, Croup and C.L. t.M.OKR.OKB. either way. i, t.---// ,

it t T Hazel" Salve cured me in a short "Whoopbjj Cough. LEa UAME).i. II k r; :
time. Soothe: :and healHar'is' 1 J..XIIi tyFA liLY Pen acola Gas Co.

: Pharmacy. John :Sheppird idney NO CURE. NO PAY. Hc\\"aDI n.. \.4h :..4';. I ,

t Kahn. Price 50c. and LA".OIl- PEXHACOLA. FIAt
F any $1. TRIAL! BOTTLES FREE. .lS4.\ --
25 and 27 E.Garden St., Pen accla, Fla.



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Nasal NEGRO DELEGATE ARRESTED. I PRESIDENT AT LOGANSPORT. | a n- -_ '- -rir -L1r---. -1--- -L 1

Came to Birmingham and Fell In Officers' Cheering Crowd Greets Him-Made a MISS IDA M. SNYDER

Hands.Montgomery. :: ,
B'G.cJOHfMIAN Short Speech.Losacsiwrt : .
Ala.. Sept 2-3.-Men- Treasurer of the Brooklyn East End Art Club.

lr L. Sept, 23.-Presided __._ __ _.___
th! t t.J I nv a Roosvrtt and party reached ...oiini o.
..I r."J:: .. -ia' ('elf-are to the : would
negro Biv.venlon : ; g >r/GU at 7. 15 o'clcK'k this Jaorniu-j. 'I lENSTRUAL irregularities to tiuir health we
,: e:-. in nrrnir.ham! who ;iatov. A kvje i I[ are cener- have more happy wives
I'rowLas assembled!
i at thaiWabasn ,
: i' iv>sir.f, in t !Montgomery JaiLMIT ally the Ix'Sinning! mothers and daughters, and
to greet bun. I3 j
.'. of woman's troubles. if they would intelligence

:'b : : !" dfatp l from the use more
.,,. hfrtn-,1 0; in TeNa Brazos stop was unusually long due to !hu 0 With the vitality at a in the matter of med
iln'.c U.e no trilo, eprea.S I Ii >. vho emigrated
from train being, transferred from the Wabash low elb, the blood weakened \ cioes, observing results they
ia\ atnor'jod. Kt .tl U.IM.- hen' in )?'<7, S.11)1:0
stonped over Beat and Purest Beer. to the Panhandle! traci her. the digestion disordered would find that the doctors'

.u. It is nyt 4ryiw <: on hi.iffrn to see his oU: friends. Bottled only at the Brewery. Tte distance! between the she goes about rale- prescriptions do not perform
.. Larjc SM, St. cent at Ir. stations leu ,
He was arrested j.-sterday THE AMERICAN BREWING CO., faced hollow-eye.1 and liagpard the cures they are given
morning t.' : many
ru only ;
-< -U > U', 10 cents l>y ma. j minutes for his spel'l'l.1
I as he was -ttrs! on tho Tpvas St. Louis. Mo. a piteom contrast to credit for.
I o.X Vv arreu Sireot. Nc* York train. whi<'h was made fi
.... om a platform built
j the health of
It transpires: that he blooming "la: consulting! with mydruggist t
was cnnxicttcl! --
I nn the high school lawn. her former si'lt. But over IJu X. Sutler. he advised McEIree'i
'or Crushes Skull. j in 1870; for J
stl'alnia .
-' .t. 23.-Late sheep from a n'"- .I. IKV\VHIKI:. Th' party driven to the hqa: ; I e .1.000,000'omen have found .- _-__ *-----_ --.-. Wine of Cardut and Thed

yeStE'rdYLn gro preacher in th- lover part of this Rfhco! at a husk trot the S;>ar.\: :iAme -' health: again by taking Wine of Cardui.As ford's Black-Draught, and so I took it

? aocident ooeurre'l \ county. H? mane gtvid his escape af. ELECTRIC D# DMNCERS. ran: war veterans ar.4 Giuril] A:'. I a regulator (if the menstrual periods and have every reason to thank him fora

ink building.' Jam sl ter ron\ictlon and went to Texas. my of the R pnb'ic Wine of Cardui Lai never Wn knownto new hfe opened up to me with restored
l boy. was practically he has prosppre.l greatly ho1in I tu 1:11": '" 'iStts' 'j:", '1 !:tlt \\ III (.i5 ? to fail. It has: seldom failed to restore health, and it only took three months to

the elevator. He waj reported \ II !.oi'. i.f I'nn. keel up. Mayor \'alllu;! ir i. : perfect health even in the most persis- cure me."
as worth
.l some $2flOl.Another \Vi: duced the i resident and tIC: si.2! T i tent and a fravated case of weakness.
Mr waiting for the *!eM Indictment I Is : tu- Ix-lji .if U-i-ricty! ia itsKC.lii.'st You may vnre the lame relief as
pending against j was Intcrnirtfd troiiieut: hy het Mi-* Ua M. SnvJer. of No. 5J5: Ber-
thins in the > i Miss Snyder it take Wine of Carduias
cellar form
atition. him for the theft : a emit many trirks; and you
.- I:> of an ax about th I II Upon the platform were stated 1 1.;, I yen Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., has USi't11 she took it. Thedford's Black-

the extended I same time he appropriated parson's I eUCTtaiiiic feats can be l't rformed. ptisr-ns ant the r- ( n tvro iron run !': {>( i sn-li :is tlit' followin: fet! into life. Health to Miss
'p. Mcndeth : a i.lain a new
was trouhe. with
a -/ a few of HiPS te.'nrc Kaii.u! i Wine of Cardui and it is a liver and

> wcit-tt to which countl.vator .=ome iwMtipiaa. here In the dark! I, h1t4't <.'f ;rl Ii'. about 1- i.ivlies long: by Others tried to reach his hart as li.' i Snyder attractive is worth a great woman deal.with She intel-is bowel regulator which assists greatlyin
peer v. clays. IJ says toe was in the recent I S i:!<-ies \.-; :"a.i&i i'lvrt it !,.'tW'ClJ' climbed into his carnase. He oro.Ked an lectuil attainments young and she occupiesthe effecting a cure. If you take these

.y crushc-d dtscendin as thoni. crash at Hrminhim. and would rather \ two \-O1kt': $. :shown in the ilhistralioa. the outstretched: hands: ans: position of Treasurer of the Brooklyn : medicines according to directions the I

rh. his skull have perished then than to be inTo Vbi-! of the jrliss; from stood in the carriage raising his Eat; End Art Club. This position relief and cure is simple. Some cases
thijscap" : and I marks her of intellect cul- are cured quickly and others take longer
Ihe t.-il.lo sh vM! IK- al.ont :111'. .- iiK-Lcs. lowing. The crowd seemed Mresent aa a person
It u ". this. : tare and reUnement! and it speaks: i.ieli- Kicauae the disease has run longer.
:; for "
\Vli I!he bi-'p of wi"s()r> rut a when Mr r.o--", <
.' .urIenn Lt1Itv1f Tii C!(un I't''' 1..1' numbfl'r r was here during the I..H of the repcct and trust her fellow Rec', mber how Miss Snyder took Wine
cc.ntinmi I -l.-aii isia'e a strong sola1ti'H "t sm.-ill fijirux such a* uieu. women I shcbk <-aaipd'ira women have in her. She writes: nt ('ardui and has health. The came
J$ st tt.p. .-1ll\nli. iUirrilM.! hands with every om- who
t-tc.. not liiuher than -oui 1gut I
'tlle i-luii of ) ul'botiu und \.a"'1'; mid a few j "If women would pay more attention medicines are offered you to-day.
iiuttini II I In.\II'\ !. u.1I of t./j'I't'l pa- I'I'I near enough. l I .
--- ---
drops of oil of brIar and thicken with | "
Ty two weiks i.r |1'1'1' l.i\ I'Mlit;!.- Ir-iiros: lat:: in a FOil' of the local IK>HCP forei nioir,'.
KaiitLViii tins scour the \vti'' A million suffering women
.ij tbtre i
having 1111 u' oil I In- t::1'1.' un l't'u".lIh tie! }:liss. : '%4. were detaiUM to guard the pr--. WiNE 0i CARDVI have found relief in
;. : be couitiK'iult' : tL'u. after wiping dry ( hl!et'carriage and 1 I
they had about
4l i it'.vy Wine of ("ardui.u. .
finish by jilishi! ,:: it wiib a cbanioia .
.i > 8ue. They ... : could do to Ieep within ran-. ._ .
i *rtiL str.ep- leather dii'i: -d in WhitllllIhf. ;. '' .n ... S -
;" ; ret si-rvue
> t"v: .:. '. men accompanying, th > -
"' ,, -"
\< I:4.h: : a Hue aminit ,,, ,. l1If'sitll'nt'I'rt' in Building :3-om:: at Adairsville.Aiai.viii' .
:; ;1J r' .- carna'-p next to
< ; ,
r away to "..:t ..... (;aIllHlt III' CUI'I'C1 "', ."' -, ',".." tJ I.;;;;".?:!"n.Ii.-'" fie: president an,1 kept' watchful : C.i; f-i ,it :2.J.::; --Tlu. papnt *. WKKKLY CIILDULJi
\ .
r tisutr t.r t'lsoi by local applications a* they cannot ,,( J''' l1''i''H. II co. eve on tlv cro.vd The lint' of marca .jfh / :. ::1
.4. .."! "' < -- reach the di-t-a.-etl portion IIf the .r ': fa IIP the "president and party : iiuilchn-; 1't:. !BCOlutLE:1: HIe TtItMl1't

....,,;jo'i.. l-- ., ",. ,.J/, '.. "' t;I;'cith: t'li-' jir.ncipal: I' I won hn- I. < n si (pnurcfor son.raortl'.h. '
str > ts
There i is ; and
ear. only one way curedsafnesj. :! : ._.'. ;;. :' < res- C031l'\\aJ'.
(.h2c.4 Jiiffep.i '
t II'i 'dtnce! : T.iari: block! of
t him-
i.-Htion* The left ;
and that! iby c4'ILtItutional party ou
-it i I use hurt my eyes kr J icT; time at Sr: l.'i; oVlock! for Kokono.This ness stores over e'I'1,1 l in this town1! Trains leave Pensacola for the Llllit
remedies. Deafm--i i- causedby
.ul.le. t : i is now rearing completion. It is I! and Hayoo.llig Kort: Karrancas liiiyou. avy Jar
I affect intlamecl condition the mucous 'I
'i.-it nj-e my an ';' l neins erected by Contractor John
'.' '111-1-I.t'ruI's. lining (,the Ku-tachian: Tube. \ \ Jez2; I ftSn a.m.arrive kjt Fort Karraacai T:16a.a
Schmitz f1" N. C. Anilcrsnn. I
\Viu-ii! thin tube i-isillamed you havea I, 'f@I '\ It is 10.uo a. m.arrive at 'ort Karrancas 10:14 a.1t.

rumblingtund or imperfect hearing '\ .,' I rolJ.. .;,,.;r"I :... ., ..,\ /fKZ,7wt1# modern pressed brick and marblo: I i I 1:110 p.m.arrive at Fort harraneai li: p m I
c t.iss woman without .. '.. ,. 8:30 p. m. arrive at r ort Karrancas 4:16 p m
tril min
and wh"1it is closed s.
entirely '
i I 1.1 o T, but a man can't.i.l. ,/, t I pIgn 'tlre is oa every box rf the g'.une: I 8:15 p.m. arrive I Fort Harrancat tale: p m
Deafness is the result, and unless .1100 p. m. arrive at" ort Karrancai J!:s5 p.m
;. !hk'. the inllammation can he taken out I Uxative Bromo=Quinine Tablets $42,000 Fire at Bowling vireen.Nashville. i Trains leave Yort iiarraocai for Peon-
oola at
the n-uiedy that cures a cold mona and this tube restored to its normal
1t"III'nl'a ..." nt itiIitings. Sept. :23! .-The Park Civ ,
condition, hearing; will be destroyed I T.15a m. arrive at Penhacola 8:00 a. it
C.A.S TO n.I.A.: mills. \\pn -itroywl by firp at Bowling !. 1
11:00 arrive at Pen8 col .___ll6
> .-'ir* ;since; my lung*; forever; nine ca-es out of t'-n are p m. & : p.m
Bean the Ite Kind yja Hale Mm 3ocgh l'e } i Green this mornias. The loss is I 2:00 p. m. arrive at Pfeneaaola...._. 2:66 p.a
i 'I i 1.\- atftcfd that I had caused by catarrh, which is nothing SIAKINO THE FH.fRFS O.t.
:l)0 p m arrive at fentaoola ........ 6:e3 p m
.':rLi'! -,," write: A. M. but an inflamed condition of the Make a sort of ball \\ o. I I Ind. I took treat- mucous ;surfaces.; ofIf h 000 insurance. This is the third timea "8:45. p. m. arrive Peatacola_ 9JO B..
't't. >il!, i-lnth, w.irui it .1 little ami Saturdays only
A physicians with- \\'e will jrivfi-One Hundred Dollarsfor flouring mill on the same site his
rub the s-urf.u-e of the with 0 'I
1 !fi i'. I tl.entarted to any ca-e of Deafness;; ( cau-ed by ghL-s n. been burned.The. mill had a capaci. FARE FOR WEEK DA YH.

U"uesan(1 Tar and my (catarrh) that cannot be cured by You will uotu-o immediate! how the BeST FOR a' of 200: jiarrels..__ __ : I'eniaoota to Fort Harranoan and Utfensacola
\\' ,souud a* a bullet. Hall's Catarrh Cure. Hend for circulars eUrtricity obtained l l'y tbi.s iir''(-"(-;; enlivens I i to Navy Yard and return 164

: : in advanced !tare'' ; free.F. the little pnpcr h -ur->; (how THEs ITSFII! FOII 1'1l"IOX: : : Penstoola to Palmetto Beach and reicrn 1M
W. A. D'Alem- J. Cif K.NEY&: Co., Toledo, O. they stand up and jump to the glass : Dr. J. C. Bi-hop of A new, Mich., :,| SUNDAY ICHSDCDK.When : .

LLI"X. 8.)1:1 by Dru : i-ts. 75c. ceiliu: ? of teir! (little ballroom to bertpuUed : "I have upd KoleyV Honey :r rays weatbrr p-rniits the runnIng o

and rail back oily to renew and Tar in three very "everecase* of open coacbra.
>rt itven't a rfirulii, h iltln ;'n'nt of the Leave t'eneaoIa Lv Fort Ktrraocai

> ._ _ _ _ their dance. Ii' 'Olltop rulll- lI::. the t \ u :, K.ep ji ,iflentffi ., piipumoim: with ;giundresults in n-ery i! v a. m. 10 .. m.
: : ..r. . ; 'it 'I."f v "
rs ,-- -- -- 'Hd.l "'''' >< '. -- --- ---- '",_-..1 funny actions of the figures are iontiuuiHl 1 II _', "." 11. c-iap. Ilpftiff subtitineV.;; A. II a.m. II m.

l tI!: l'' for awhile.Vlien the d.niieis tL. ..runU I lean ii h :'i. t. : 'j .it i ,pug 'ht boii.11 ; D'Alemberte, 121 :S. 1'al.ifox. [ I I p.p.m.m,

ended the touch of tbe band ou the CANDY 'I 1 p. m p.n

ji TWENTY WORDS |) gIu-s: is suiBcieut to enliven the tr.'unsAn ; CATHARTIC Medical WooeiJ. Attention. i I fii I p.m in fl pm, l
t alU. There will be a regular meeting of .p.m fp.ia, ,

: the Pamueola Medical Society at I

({IIj:Ij : .. -FOD.-- : t: I the Board of Health ofl'.cet i'eaiioolato?A5170R5t.DAY ortn rraaoai Nut.

An Ideal For fln'i. clock p.m. Tuesday. Oct. II and 2x I lard arfl rntnrp........,...__ ....._. 161
It is the ambition of all boys to toem'n. Ptaiacola to Palmetto Jieioh asS

i IK, they think what constitutesiirtnboodV Visiting physicians are cordially I return._______ I"
: ; TWENTY CENTS. ( )j invited to attend. No freight eived :terBlfip. m.
The idt-a of nio-t 1J0J" i> DR.W. C. DEWBERY, I

& h' that a man is one grown in 'I':1r'". and President.
bizo mid free tt) ooiao and go .inr: ,M-I DR. L DE.M. I'.LOCKEK. !i
\\iibout l piieiiial or oihtr rest'.uii' .. T.2attf Secretary. The Beer
r'in..n poiI ""to" I.
'P ii AT-nuillamount invt-itt-i tin-DAILY NEW Oin Cent
| MI a Soys hhuuld be taught; that these, j .. i.n '' Wrak-n. '...| in, ai..1 .' l;' -- --- -- - IIf I
tt-r h>J \ rhltirfi """|' nil booklet "D
,* j Word Column often bnn;!- womlcrtiil I r "ult-. Tli! .-r.- 11111 things; sire! not all that constitute man Luldi Kl.tllaniirt.." f. you wish the rery best i That
i-rt.ULI\O'. I nil"' ''. fHIIA/,(' or srif tUUK. Made@
S !i"ttr method nr medium in th- -tat.: fur rmlizintr a w.'tnt f hood. It is soUK'th'iifj more lm! uia- ice cream freezer at thevery \

I ,, lure years and bize or iiareiital ti.-e- KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN .
r '. iin through: tln-t-< !UlilliS.; | ,;' Oom.\ Trud luiLib.M.l I U n.udt up of lowest price, the Willis

(character of human excellence of Hardware Co. can please ,

:O HAVE YOU A WANT fe J : ;:0..1 lN-havior. gentlcmar.huc-s. ot lion- you- :

tlI e.sty of truthfulness of desire and

ability to do ;;cod. Whatever thru perhon's -

I, 8 e.-ilhiij: his first thourithould! GRAND EXCURSION :

A.tiutVantd.. Wanted.Opiuinii !
I IK to be a uau a useful uiiin a true ;
\ B" inl'-r-; Wiuted.C \\'allt..d. in and -ill I I
man every re>pet :it : tiii-b I --
> .!, Wanted. Partiu r Wanted.Quiltti He may be a \"Kjr man so fir :,s_ the I '

6 I O"lv.r.llIted.. I Wanted. J. pos,sion of this world's goods: is con. rnIli1Mui LAST OF THE SEASON TO MOBILE insr: IO-CKXT: IUITTI.K lam

t Et.III..r'anted.. i RoomWanted.. ji cerned. and yet be au ideal man a pure !j IN TOWN.DANNHEISSER.

I Fu! II It III'.. WantfdG rv.intWanted.. niiii iu thought and tLttitiu1 staiuluij; AND NEW ORLEANS. BROS.

it .ii'luerVanted.. ; Team- Wanted. | befure God and man as one determined
to d..J his who!..' duty tl) his Ml _:a-1 I! FOR THE t'KI.EBKATED
R H" i-e Wanted Ulti.IUlln'alltf'd.. t.40. _it'm'
>->v creatures u.fur as his ciicmii- f. 1 i I I. ?, Harper wiistey.j .
(IiitubatorVaiited.. VehicleW.d.tid., ,....,11/1. .
stunces and ability will [icriiiit. A I r .in "t- ;:'
f : '.'i' 1-t : : : HrU..fI-1.1l H. Palafox .
J IJ4IrVanted. 1'rl ; street
: VVirtViut.. d. \ ; j in mind and IloI.Ula. II t "
; 1ohoo\"o ..
t : # I
K i'erVuited.. XI'Hit'uc'mtHI.; .' world and b res-iK-cted by huh. ..... ." .. I y.J1'. .. i R. U. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot.
",,,,,1t-; ;I '.
I } O. Box
2X1.! J'en"acola
Fla.Flume .
i lJ:) Liii'Waiitfil.; ; Y'ur-: w.inte.i tn Kn',. Iii t: boys ki'ep an ideal of lids kind .11 I 118-2(3! ,

.:. Mild \\ :lIittod. I Z..-tl\ eno'i.-h: tn place\ H ,Mfll.:., of manhood ever before them and eri- i Train !b are union depot ;Monday:: i l

(:) I deiU'ir to imitate him in bis V irtiii's, :. :- : ii- 5'I 'j Hept 2'< at I II I ..;11 a. II). hLrp.o'an.. | --

!lJ --- and they will be liUtly to spcrd llieird.iy for round tnj to ;Mobile ?I 50to': PROFESSIONAL OASDS.

Lii! in happiness mid possess a II ideal! I .. ... .... ---....---- -.. -
New Orlean, ;*;4 from Cantonment i

1 ur nUl' nn I i T TUIQ Pifi IIQ" / SPECIAL RiTES BY THE l:1j family and-!home.--fc-outbt-ru- Standard Scientifically Distilled, and Century rame; aPen,acola. i! W. C. ROWE,TlW. D.

': nu. 11 UULUII11J.! ( \ WEEK OR MONTH .;::: Hi. lilMIIII. .' Naturally Aged, Keturniug leave New OrJean- It i Ottit-c: ITS' S. I'aUfoi.

11 r "Mr Diccles, ," said the boy with bis Wednesday morning at I 11111! : and Hoars from ti) >:.tia. tn and I to it

t .._........__ .... ....-_ ...'_- _"" ... __ ...._-.-._-_._...._._ .".'.__... rutlles on his "h llloI.'rs. "I wMi you; I jwiuld Absolutely Pure, ;MobileVednesday afternoon at 11,' and afti-r ;o'clock p. m
- -.
: It me come and pee wlu-re >ou I I o'clock. Coffee and refreshments! Fhouo: or;.
LC )!'o 'I.. VA1't1). l Hp.t \rlll Sth.1 lur Ill I L'es. will be served train
11\ 1 want tKn.k at your nxwn. on going

Hnlafnv. ; '. ""'h\". Hut wbnt made For taIe byDannheisser and returning. l'tirchae ticket* at
'u lirjory ne:U ,0 \ AM 10- )1":1 to lean. barh.T certainly.
.. h..'ks'I >,.t wit'i, >''\'''u dIlUIII.j, >\ !ol.'.. I Iv<- nnrlv., tradf. think (If tliatV" tick fltnce. Forturtherinformation: Refrigerators have a
expert :
n return to :Nfc" .,lTi', 'r tl' u.'l 'lemoiistratiuns, ,, lectures and you Bras apply to KoiiKKi Ki.N:: or
I.\' sister said it was Mtr that I few which
-pli-iuli'l iipportuinties lorraduates I I PKlEK'l'HOMAS.Excurion left, we will sell
TiHiN IIr.lIt..1. Wanes !oIalurda '". unit SflcIud.d your coni]>iiiiy. so I thought it must be6UIt'thlll
f J..IN U. Managers. at cost. Marston
'lCN I.a: rrt I I'lltaloltll..allrf parlirulars, mailed Quina..
1r.Motr Kurtier ",/". )i..Irl..ans.. ; tine. _
f ; ; I '... Mltf
0 v. rol.KNUon unproved real M'i --
i .1 i litrnti or small amounts at low I \\'. ;'iiII--M; : iht.try notiiiiy 1.andVar- A New .!t'r..f'Y Kilitor'H: TeHiiinonial. WE WILL-
aerevt. Call on Leslie K.: Krooks.i. t rant and soldiers' Adtitional Hnnieuteml 0 0 .
i. tw.:44 $. alafox St., Usher ,' Claims K K. Kelley Haird Uuildmg. M.; T. Lynch editor the Philip-

Sm tin Ij I Kan"hllt) Mo. im| burg, X. J., Daily Post, writes : "I

j ..- have upd;;: many kind of medicines CLOSE OUT ou;R STOCK OF SUMMER
\ i"ro..I\\-Vo you need money \ : ,' loran saoks. Metlt-n-! for coughs and colds in my family GOODS
vi aa borrow any amount you tfl8lt \_ \_.! roh\ _2Ui': ....rUrANTKl .
a-ieit terms and lowest rates bat never anything so C'ood as Fo-

.it,on improved city real )-All kinds o; empty beer ley's Honey and Tar. I cannot ,PlY at and Below Cost; to Make Room for Our _
'.mVm..' youth Pala- I. \ FiDMAN.: novutfVfllMaixl too much Stock of
1nVAST ( .. in praise of it"V.. A'I i _
n.OI..l \ P" iii 1'.,. D'Alemberte, I''l S.: P lafox. -.- *Fall Goods*- -
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-' Insure proprtY.PrO- L"I' HOUED WELLS ASH Pt'Mt'_ Marston
money your # Quina; have\
its of title buy or sell real pst r Apply to 1) ,1. Merntt and (;. J. Kutherford 0 2S doz Men's Laundriei Shirts
'operty iJ any description have old rt'lIablt.11 and pump fliers. some nice Dressers and 68 pair Ladies'Spring Heel Shoes Get your boys ready for school.
.''ct>-d or your taxes attended to, Work guaranteed. Not on the installment very regular $1, to close at 75c. regular: $I goods, to close quick at We carry a full line of Boys'Suit
..- Watson .t Co. plan; our prices are low hut strictly ( Wash Stands I
address Ton C. spot cheap. pair. blJC'1
ate. and Inst' Pensa- cash, address L). M )'..rrltt. Oln'... Ha. very 27 doz Men's Colored Laundried 53 Boys' Huits, regular price, $1.00,

II. ('b/HI motKrate. To everyone "'alll1' Just the thing togo with shirts regulari3c, to clo"e at 00('. 88 pair Ladies' Low Cut to close at Toe suit. _
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vft lot from tfI'll1lt'nd money' O' C7 Wool Suits
us tll'l' Boys'
.' i'i tobuitdabousH. d-tf < POULTHY.SI : Iron Beds. 67 doz Men's Colored Lanndried regular ?1.2.j goods, to close at *1.05 regular price
pair. $1.50 and *1.75. to close at $1.15 @ult.
-' '---1 i Shirts regular 50c good*, to cloe at
="UU: COMB BROWS LEOHOKNSexclusively. 120 Boys' All-Wool Suits
I'u riiinlit-d K .M>iii-. Stock and Egg for sat '. We will launder your spreads for 35c ; these goods should go in 24 M pall'en; 'g LOF Cut Shoe, regular price $2.00 to $3.00, to close
Leave orders at Willis HardwareCo's. lu ttMHS 15 cents each and make them look hours. /' at 11.50 _
.1.1r |I.&)) goods, to close at 1.20 and JJ 00 suit. _
N --Frontrteitufurnistetl.: like uw. Htar Laundry. 20 doz Men's French Neck Balbrte. I We carry the largest! line of Boys'Pants

A tl. ckwtth ::'It North Barcelona | t'iIit !-'c'h..ul. gan Undershirts at 20c, regular 25c pair.We carried by any house in the ________
ai lir..gory.,1.: .- --- ---- carry the large line of
PATTI HOLDK will reopen her goods. Shoes of houe in BOY'I city.All
f )=
( GOLAY@ any
ischoui at No. West Jackson doz Men's of our Ladles'
30 French Neck and Misses'dropstitched
FUn.I I;. street. < let. I. !;>'-, leaching grades 1. !, ;1.4 i Balbriggan Bring your boys to u*, we
-- ----- -- --- !I and 5. Ternn J3.Ui per month or $:.VA for tJndersnirts, at 30c, regular !-c, them in any size. 2oc. hose, to close at _

.. ....:. ..". vcr cent beio-w cost, a fine I two' tn a family. Dim i Grist and Corn Peal Mills, j sold by others at oOc. We have just received R fall line I 20c. pair.
----- '
o' msitini. Ju-t from tbi factory : i lOu doz }1Ii18e!! full seamless hose
1'or iifiu. All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen Dock Skirts. We will ,
furniture desks and ,
organ |8. F. GONZALEZ & CO. Prop to close at GOc doz, or 4 for 25c.
i pair
|ier ,,,'nt below cot.i.t tsber'sStore ZRtsr.: close at 75 cents. close at 50c for your choice. Some
furnished 75 doz
) Xicely room ft Men's Seamless half hose
11. S. Tarragona bt ifAl.KTne F >North 72 Pair Ladies' Heel of them are worth 11.50.We I _
I II. and $ spring ureet. siTtf Mknutaetcreri Spring Low
regular loc
___ __ __ __ _- goods, to close at 6c pair.
I n CHOICE MEAL AND PUltE GROUND' i Cut Slippers, 2i to 7, regular $1 carry a fall line of Skirts. We have just received a fall line
I. most Ql'lIrabltIou in 1."ln'crl'i- -For- -FunernI...... goods, to close at70c pair. Look at our window display. r of
STOCK FEED. Ladies'Kid Gloves
in all
ity on easy terms by the Kisher "i.-"L "V-ER.'i- i jo'UNER.\LH farnlsned shade! _
() ,
late Agency 2M>i Mouth Palatox { Patronise Home Industry lot there it I
1' ;
promptly In bouquets or special designs i iMiss

. l atm ,0 phone Vlolette 829.: Moreno 821 West Gregory 2d1m i,' every Stock reason Feed Irom you the should Home bay Manufacturer Jour Meal ana, I" Remember, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we will have Room,

1IAI1tGOI)& (or by 10 doing you encourage home lndni
: _H.I CUP PLO\VEH try. Your money left In the community I II
--------1 I and you in turn are indirectly benefited. F. E. :
.* I - --- BRKiAlNER'S
'I' !VRAM REIRE- !annracturer '
1 FLOWERS and Floral .- 1 In fostering the home manufacturer you
d dealer in Hair Goods, Hats. Toilet i it. CUT.. designs ordered for costomres. contribute to the came of labor. You owU ,
Hair Oil, etc.,S.' W. Government Miss to the community In which lire and
i Vtolette Moreno KX Welt Gregory. yon .o 10 o SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
phone rMlm I which contribute to roar support. a.!





; i ; -p -- [ SAID HE HADKILLED J. MEYROVITZHERE I I II' Stron e est t in t the e eY\I'o'olrf- ,

S A MAN i TO-DAY f Y' e'ps I chitis.For 42tl: Annual- !Siateim-n' r't

!i Kitered at the Poet Office at Pensatola, Ending December 't
1.1 t ass I\MM
Fla. iecond-clasB matter. ..... log this :r
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,, {I OITICE -fltfi Building, SUM Boutn j I
.t tautoi: street np-uatn.k i 1 THE[ [EQUITABLE l[
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Terms: Invariably in Advance. I I Ii tIf L [ ASSURANCE[ SOCE1 ij
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..d A t OU Tear by Mall -- ...... ...*S 00 i WITH\ MORPHINESpecial FOR !: ,

; i ala Month H .__ .... .. : :ill I I Several days ago a man of seeming I Ii J'ke of Dothan, Ala., : I . .. <

{ t } On Weekby Carrier, Payable Monday 10 II I|I i extremely nervous disposition wrote I was an early morning arrival at the I I I II II l'rve and otter 1.Idlll.Hies.

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TELEPHONE NO. 118. the name of "J. O. Jarrett" on a : Merchants hotel. His visit here Is: to The Daily News. Special j ::

hotel register He arrived at night 'one of purely a business: nature and Atlanta. Sept. 23."--Aft Vmaking sve- New i i *(from which Divsdeads ::- V

tdnrtising Rates Furnished on ApplicationPEHSAOOLA I I eral attempts to take his life with r. and as soon as possible went to the I he will possibly leave for Alabama pistol in which he was prevented. Kirby vessels I

room to which be had been assigned tonight.Mr. Ellison a carpenter, who lived at for to Policy-holder:

I 53 Humphries street. yesterday took Fal<, 1901... .... .. .... < t
and immediately retired. Meyrovitz was a former mere
a4 ta' = i an overdose of morphine and notwithstanding months ew Insurance in IS*q! < ,
Early the next morning he came chant here, a branch of his Dothan, |
I efforts of the
Grady hospital has rf:'< Insurance in lure-

I downstairs and, manifesting great Ala., business having been placed in physicians where he was carried, dieJ ( Dec. 31, 19U1 .. . -

SEPT 24.1902 nervousness, requested a local morn Pensacola. Relief under the bankruptcy I soon after. He ]leaves a wife sister: by the I i Notwithstanding tl.--r-! .' .
and an infirm mother neither of whom in many strength of the Soci.-.
ing His request was law was sought. by his firm
)ORE one more for the port of paper. sup I could give any reason for the man's A security wine, [it- _
f' Penaacola. plied, and as he caught hold of the and some time afterward his arrest desire to take his life.ELKS' United! J ; thereby enjoy I' -
i I I' LOW and "Gt'ARAX I _
paper and scanned page after page I I followed an indictment by a grand to the i .
Y WE are wondering if it is to be I I been given by otiiri" tKXOWLES
I he was trembling from head to foot. .. J'urThe Indictment was for an CARNIVALIN j
; Hobsou'a choice? I English
1 I For the second and third time he I!! alleged violation of the bankruptcy '!

IOWA republican1 spell harmony I looked over the pages and then re- 1 j;I: law, and arrest; of the brother ATLANTASpecial | nUU ;

, i ii res ? ..jarwou this ear. I turned the paper to the clerk with i|I caused quite. sensation.: i I Josh j I Gt'nf'ral"nl"

; WHILK Sam Jones is Atlanta I the remark : "I'm certainly glad I II 1 In the newspaper references to the ;( would Ind., is a I H. Palafox !St.. PEN:--
'r abusing the people the I to The Dally News. :
: 1 crematory they didn't get it. I was afraid they I I I arrest it was stated that the men' Pain I
t abuse will l have to take u back seat. I Atlanta Sept 23.-\\ lh a" Loom of i
4 :'L I I I would" :1: were jailed in default of an appearj ii j a signal gnu last evening the big carnival i I!! bottle, FORRENT.:
ot't H IF the insurgents; attack the government Then be told the clerk a story, s I i iI lance.i bond if *7.i>MJ in each ca-e. of the Elks: opened in this city. ;, 'cripple. )
d 1 f, ; :t, soldier at Colon, they" will Ii i i i and will continue for the 'frqu-il to 1u'.r---7'I,e ,v ,
f 'I i which caused that urbane character ,. Thi was .1 mi-t:1ke.: Mr. Meyrovitz rest of the
t- "' ,' convert that: little town into a semi- I f j week. There are many visitors in swollen' gymnasium of tin ,
/ d ', to think. Jarrett said the day before says: that neither himself or hi* i)
r .. colon. the city to participate in the festivi- '-titf! cola Athletic (.'/// /'/
: !f -- --- -- ,i he had cut a man to pieces in Georgia brother were put behind the bar. ;tips, Marietta street bas been i' muscular !'
coni i : !
..t :' i WHILE Sam: Jones im Atlanta !I: and he could not return for fear ', For himself he readily made bond | rerted into a midway plaisenc? an I i .. rented during tlti'for
: he chould plebe Governor Caudler the mant, ,ths with their fairs, convert-,
5 :
;: of contact with oilicer He said his in Dothau. Hi brother, Ike Meyro-j attractiublsare It i 14 for : :
by taking his texts from poor Richurd's !'' drawic* large crowds. ces, etc- For parti
Almanac: ; victim, he had learned: had died. 1. vitz went ti Geneva, Ala., and there ; I medicine
i call ai the dull,, or
: The stranger went away from the ; a satisfactory bond wa given. Both ,
; THKKEH a plan to exhibit a colony ( Water 1'nre l'-'r Clirmuc ': Id the WoilJ's''I hotel a few moments afterward and 1 have since then been allowed their
of Kentuckiansi at
.., : Take two cup of hot water half an ;
J Fair. 'TIJI i? punitive! dicriminajtlonagamt !j has not been seen since. Every actwas liberty.
before pich mal aud ju-f before ,
I Kan-as. i that of a criminal, the clerk!' Mr. Meyrovitz cUira that the + _
: _
I a going: to bPI!, aNo a driiik of !
:N ow that our water is pronounced judged; and it was the opinion that charge against him and his brother water, hot or cold, about two hour ,I;! Nothingiifcti: l- ;.1,,! .".

t ,: pure by expert: testimony there i* no i;jhe had actually committed some is nothing else but a result; of bitter after each meal.! Take lot of outdoor I Special to ; -uucei- -ur 1 u.[ u '!".i I _

I drawback: t<> the e-tabllabiuent of a crime, or had lost hi.- reason: and was !!I and unwarranted persecution, and exerci..t-walk, ride, drive. I ; of Hudginw 1' +r-n'
:: :: i du= -choice. up.tll.t.! ,, _
I 1'eu-acola. Make habit of this and in
brewery in ; a regular ;
[ !laboring under the strange hallu- 1 hopes that when his trial comes to Lonl; nil are good seller-. :I'.d' i-
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11 ; I cases; chronic con-tipatiuu ,
:;f. SKXAIOK Alow..vx *.uye: ,t* that i. ciuatiou that he was a murderer. i an end the good people of both All- spite to : ; | of smoking tul.n-i'. .
I be cured without the ue of
' f .i the trust- could vied to death by ,';i: The ni;:'it clerk informed his relief I I!i jbama and Florida will be able toj'I ]U1 may dieiue. When a purgative;\ is any required the lifter j ; ." The !itr>f-r ;i't ,'
i- taxation but the tru..tare 1 I 5 centever add i !>
-u-- -
: da '' : I Iincurrect. t.r.
.t 'the next morning of the man's act realize that what he claims is not take something mildlud will he \
: 'I tamed by the people the .. cordially inviti.d n. -
i people 1 vi u t '
: I I and story and Special:: Officer Saud- II {. In the meantime hehopes gentle like Ciiamberl tin's Htomach Wt'lln. .
.. would fumi-h the blood. will take ry and lnpet the --tmK lid l
and Liver Tablet For sale by all
l: ers was sent for and notified: a description I( his friendwill not be too '' -.
: I town
i i I I i I. druggist* and medicine dealers
1I,.Rt: is the way an exchange get* ;
t d'
being furnihed at the'' hasty; to Jud I1f'nt. expected !
) J '' pass ; -- ------- -- !
i" it mixed up: ";:'uutiertt book Ueulers -
i same time. The special ollicers! were :! ----- Bare Oil. to x
I find that the two most popular To for I
A Bo 'i \\ilU Hide Fur Lite.
1 books of the days are 'Ihe Leopard's ., then engaged in criminal court work } 11'nrrnssGa..Sept _Applicationfor :

I bpecks' and '.\ Sputted Bird.' I land! could not be spared from the: i!!i. With family around expecting him I for chart for the Waycross Gas aui Pictures.
I Oil romany| ha-i; l b Hf',; |Imbl'ht'rI.! !! l Ti- ;
.s',j j PKOKtssoK! Hot-I.H of the Northwepteru i I I court hoti-e. On this account thee to die, and aon riding for life, IS ('omlmis. apitah/et'! at $:2&.< ftu. w.rh I; C. \". !
mile, to Dr. King' New Di-
; nntter was nut given the attentionit i I get i{ t his/ prinlrlof rain: it toi $111+ 111111.
: I'uiver-ity believe ti! i
: i
I, t ( covery fur Consumption, Coughs ,i The 'omiiany wi'i c jninn1? hnriay Palafox There |I- ii.ii': i ittilie .
: vegetation on Marit red WhenM.anteo probably wt deserving: of. 1 Ihj- and Cold, \\". H. P u.f Lie-- for oil .in the I IrIs of John Sharp as I uew ,
i I.
f.. ', : ; out to have a high old I I'I enforced inaction allowed the man vine, Ind., endured! death's a;ouie" soon a?" the chart r is gt artcd. Papers, : ei.Icru''u.-! I
I : I Ia
' time, we wonder if they call it painting Street.'I ;
to leave on the nOt:; train. from asthma, but this wonderful ; ;'i -ilent r.-t1'ui '
It .- -4 the planet green. medicine instant relief audI Stricken! Wit Paralysis. xl-u -' : .
: .
I \-l -- Since the matter lias become : Cltl1 !f" : 1just
I I cured him. He writes "I Hofransvillf... Sejrt 23.-JurtsonF velope
Ix disco*-iIL the ptate political soon : now r"cl'Ij l i .
l known and di-cup-ed. it
1pox Moliley. president of the Mfr( <'hant'- I
I Kituation the DrJ.auJ'vtuia County : sleepour.rtly every night. the 1'ite"I; [ 1
thought "Jirrett" was none other1than and Farnir-js' bank and the most prominent t
's G murvelom cures of Consumption, etc., .
Record has I
the ftlll.wiLg"At art and i
c'i 11'1'i
,' I bi'.siwFs man in this! town, has
of the hunted b.lodlerlfrom Pneumonia. : Phone :
I one lronctlitivCougColdsand '
the proper time: the friendof Governor been strict with paralysis of the I masterA: i llf-:

.'J Jetininiwill: launch a s-en- St. Louis, for the detention of F Grip prove its matcble* merit left 1'111.| II.f: physician- have very ready for t i. f :>. .

o atonal boom fur tle Brookville'tate whom rewards of *"iW are uftVred! in for all and Lung trouble.Guaranteed litlii hoi!* bur h:o pcoury.You '! fr--rh d.+ : 5 to 2j cent- .' !

t t; .! .>uiitl. If :Senator Taliaferro i I each ca.-e. It wa toted that he bottles ale and frl.oo. i SVe-t : wish you can lix, ...
b : Trial bottlefree ar 1C. A. l'AIt:1Ilb..rtfo' I ifikefor _.
+ lose of with
t none his popularity and can get house our Pa :r
t looked at the frontor telegraph; paj'p .. dnu' -tore, 121: :South Palafox your ticket .
I '
claimfor re-election to '
; a he will bean furnished complete at ..Ala.I'ston hotels binding uity- 'i' -
: winner I of the paper more particularly and small co-t. Call '
t'a"r in the primary two i i i
} \ ;; years hence. The state's present the cl'rkVa- on the point of directing FOUR WILL ;ii $ QUillfl'sonen.y payments MEAT i them ; it wtllh., i ,

':;': delegation to Washington: ithe hi* attention to local new when weekly or monthly. dietetic i ipleaant to us to how tl t.

i' strongest one that ha* are alo prepared t
,;,1 ever represented the piper was returned. i JOIN THE ELKS
;,::1; her 1ntrretat the national i i, 1 at almot cot for the tion of : any picture yMi '
i. $ Whatever: he wi*, or whatevpr he UILUle '
1 capital, and Taliaferro has wielded --- UL 1 isforanewostock : : I choice and urti-'i,
r. I great influence I I in the of had done. his story frightened the i : at -mallclltGOE'S ,
;} ra.-.111' Ii Four young men of tincity will j O. M[, Pry or.
f. ::1 lIH>asurt'.* through congre-s! wnich I hotel clerk a lot aud it i i" not ad viable --- I i I :
i join the Order: of Elk tonight and a ,
Irt dJ have been of great interest to her to ak him to talk about the af- The finest line of sterling silver BOOK STORE

t ; and her people, and the people of I fair.t j-pedal, "herding"; has been called goods and ;silver novelties is to be Fine .

,! Florida fully appreciate! the work - for the rurpo-e of properly initial found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to I '
,. Grass Shears that w < Mr. Taliuferro has done for them ling the candidate*. plea*e all. '
1 I i dt the 'Willis J II .
(ki while a member of the senate: of the CHAS. H. BOOTH : The old experienced members ,

a .f. United :States. He i* no; a political i: BallBe tri ? keen cutting Co's.
have I' .
\ limbering much of late nEP "
t senator repre-enting Florida, but a ,| 99 YEARS OLD 1 Lawn Mowers, at the '
+ eenutor.." i 1 and will how to the new member ROSA SURF
Willis Hardware Co's-
I ;i' u h I -- that the term often applied: to this .
'?1 r,3 FoR year* the I attempt to invent a I II I- : J BATHINCJSTABUSW'
( ;:.j machine to pick cotton has; engaged Editor l>aily New-. I order, "the best: people on earth," i"

f ,I the attention of inventor, but without I. Dubtleome of your NEWS I not farfetched The initiations will It i: 1 j Fih chowder will hi

'I '. practical ucce**. It wa anN readers! of year ago will recall meeting : Ii i take place at the Klks' headquarterstoniiht Carolina Portland i !; evening. Pr.'
arrange; to have i
uvuuct-d this
in -onlenloaths *
the plea-aut face of )Ir. Boot, I : at Every member tious :: r refreshmetit- -.
; aj.,1'1 that alluchinehidbee-nperfeet. I I ha been notified and a great (carni- Cement CoeBIRMINGHAM .. during the! weak r .
of Englewood.: Xew Jersey, who 1
: ", ed which the ,
,-a w.t- expected; to demonstrate i I Ii* ; See manager;
val of fun i i" .
r'4... during the preent cnttnnJ was here in 1 j-t to closo out the anticipated.- --- (;JlA1.AA. : / I I. i: '

'.4,; picking: *e: ;son that It could -ucce. i aifairs of the Pensacola' : City Company I i I'orleer Muy Yearn ALA. ,

:j fully compete with hand labor in the i which! he did in so pleaont .1 I :MKS. SIl POUTHIX $YKrp eMI ". A.A. ..AA r. BP

.\a"h: cotton fi -II. Thi-, machine can only I j b ern used for over hixty years by njlllion e f 4 t-! i'I bl: operated on level laud, which restriction manner: a* to impres his ailability j mother for theft children while teething :S+. ck* of all Hii,h trade- : \ HAVE YOU NOTICED J

: of f;; will pii-vent it fron. becoming on all who met him. thus enablingus with pnrffct success. It -ootbei the child can PortUnd Cement "Gtrminit." I
'1 i! Buftt' gUIII ,,,l1aYI all pain,cur.>. wind Ci mJ: n ":':lInr u," German Port-I
t 'it a universal "ul''e"uul", ** this to rejoice with friends around exile and 1 nd
r : 1 the best remfdy for 1'larrSo-a! Cement King N. Y. Cilciued I WHAT IS MISSED HERE' |
j '} t. defect can be The : It will relieve th. iMa-ter. Ito-endsle
-"'- I : overcome. mast him that he paed on the llth ins t. i poor little sufferer im Cement kept at
.. I :' ,; productive section t.f the cotton'i' | m..dH".ySuld. / by Druggists In every; ...I Norfolk. Port-moutn, Charleston.jSavinnah. Typhoid
ilk \.C+:li birthday: and to l> .
hop e of tb world. '
I Twenty-tire cents a .ottle Jackonville, Peiiicola.. vvvvv
''i ; belt are among the hill of h ,
I. 1 Oeorgi I will ,sO'in stind in years, aLe a I- K* sure you ask forM: rs. \Vln8l>.,- ..sooth Mobile;( :New Orleans. (jah--ton.V from "'. --
Mi-i i,!>ippi and Alabama: : but. *o far lag c yrup. and take no other tea{ !. \ e alto make mpnienf direct from
'i, s ay_ ; f ; a Wet Florida i concfrued: wr" ., ways: has: in moral-, brave p.,r.WAHER -- Mill wherever we iret cheapest I equal Everybody( haa rig: : :. .

"ht 4 have thousand* and thouauds: of I, T\IE. freisht rate Sole Celling agentc for .: of this earth. Rut : '
'i 1 % low level laud capable: of producing EXAMINING THE "Alabama"" and Southern: CroBrand. -* ; { for it. They must w.:
Portland to get it, and It.
C ; Cement, M; gno- your get
{ J cotton where this machine coulJ be A SPECIAL ltd H'dr.lulaciltuul: Cement, Thos. C. Watson & Co

: i gucee-sfully operated, if it realize BANKS OF PENSAGOLA made near Birmingham. mot ->ome particularly flu'- t''

n 'r all the claims of its inventor another offer ju*t now, and ti-.

*; $ ti particular. It is true that the introduction j i I MAIL SUPPLY' --- Correspondence Solicited. Sold ly 0]to will com never and regret inve*ti havi,{.i?1:-.,

k n $ r of machinery in the cotton It. E. DrSau--are.: jf Allan, has 1I i
i3 ; _
-r field will '
mean farming the u
been the '- -
i m city for a few days The
; extensive scale that is now carried .ii F. B. This weather makes '
j i Beginning ht Monday morning I gentleman:: i* a regular examiner! of II
The snull
ou i in the we-t. farmer I '
: ; t Y } I will not be able to own a machine I j the Pensacola postom'ce began: tu'''national: banks and during h-: star ,/ ; grow. You can .

i or to profitably produce cotton without jdi-patcn i a special pouch each dayat in Pensacola has been daily 'I-Ivied : cutting Lawn Mou '

{ ; a it. With the aid of a time.; and i 7:15 a. m. to Goulding, the sameto I I 1'! into the three banking in"'!uu7ion-! tvu: tnln ia i Us Spli S ; :? ( ; 'I ( Grass Shears front f

l'' J. I y labor saving invention in toe cotton be returned on train Xo. 5 at h p. 'of the city. He completed l ,s labors i 1 I Hardware Co'x. -

Lei .1 fields of West Florida the promoters I I yesterday afternoon.
j m. The service was secured through
f of the fleecy industry would own a j I I, _" _____ Guns Ammunition Do you want a magnificent: w
.t I I Fishing
ri the combined effjrts of the pos t- \tl.'
-tt veritable gold mine, and the suitll 'I little money? If -"

t 9 i' farmer can turn hi* attention to''I maters at Pen=acl.1llnj Gouldicg, TIle Non-Irritating Bicycle Sundries, Edison :!, the jeweler. H.- will!

F '- trucking and fruits. 1 and it is appreciated by interested 1 you.
Cathartic !, Hammond and Other Typewriters. \ !
i[ citizens. Repairing, Lock and Key ': All kinds of chairs an 'f
r. j i
: EMPTY SACKS WANTED j High-Grade Hammerless! Guns Kept for : .: ; 1.
y 4a ; t I I will repair your watches and 1 Easy to tate easy to-;-.siteHood's I all at Low Prices. !!: chairs at Marst"

;. i ci::} _' The lleu.Cro"by Co. want: oat jewelry in first-'laee style. J. I 1 Quina's. Prices are fern

i : and bran sacks.: 33sw! 1| Pilis I I 16 South Palafox low.




V. C. O'NEAL President; f. C. HORTON Cashier;

r* :ii: o Xi s T an n 33 n. i. J. FOSHEE,Vice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier.
A Valuable Hook Sent Free for the

and Refinishing Furniture
Ca' ilc, a Medical books are not always interesting -

Specialtr. JUDGE | reading especially to people -i

phono 4.OO. enjoying good health, but as a OF PENSACOLA, FLA.

matter of fact scarcely one person in
-- I I) ten is perfectly healthy, and even : Designated Depository of the United States.

R. K. WHITE, Special to The Dally News. with such, sooner or later sickness .

Manufacturing Jeweler I must come. Condensed Statement at the close of business; Sept. Ii, 1002.I .
(ill'b: ,aUr> Tallahassee, Sept. 24.-Hon. A. C. 1, It is also a well established truth..
iUI i.radnate Optician, (From Report to Comptroller
Blount Jr., judge of the criminal I that nine-tenth of all diseases orig-
I .
PeuaeoLTli inate with a breaking down of the
,Iso.lhraalut\t court of record for Escambia county, ''digestiona, weak stomach weakens. LIABILITIES.

E ana impoverishes the system, making -I Time Loans . ..... ...... ...... ..... .. .. $338,797.32!) Capital Stock ...... .... ..... ... ...... .. .. 200000.00 I

has tendered to Governor Jenningshis it easy for disease to gain a foot Demand Loans. .... ..... ..... ... ... .. .. 50.03655 Surplus Fund... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 10,000.00

resignation, to take etfect October hold. Overdrafts...... .... ...... ...... ...... .. .... 104.72 Undivided Profits.... .. ...... .... ..... .. .. !I.&; .23

Nobody need fear consumption, U. S. Bonds and Premium.... .... .. ...... 157,171.87 Circulation.... .. .. .. .. ...... .... .... .. .. 125,000.00

I. kidney disease, liver trouble or a Stocks, securites, etc.. .. ....... .. ..... 2,625.00 Deport..... ...... ...... ...... ...... ....., 401,621,71
Furniture ... ..... .. ..
'PIS Governor weak and Fixtures ...... 6,718.48
NOTESi Jennings has acceptedthe heart and nervous system as
I the [. R. Stamps... ...... .. .... ... .. .. ...... bS34;
long as digestion i* good and the
i resignation with sincere expres- stomach able to assimihte plenty of Casa and Exchange. ..... ..... ... ... ..... 160.938.tiH

w sions of regret, for Judge Klouut has I wholesome food. --
I Stomach weakness shows itself ina $74t3,40.94 7Itjit
Walker of Milton b* in
been of the
one efficient impartial
most '
s-coreof and this little book
; '" 'i: and just judges of the state- describes the symptoms and causes

(;ritlin'sdancing class and points the way to a cure so simple
I a record that any judge might well that anyone can understand and
'i t I1r-dar night.i .
'if be proud of.Governor. apply.
Thousands have form of
i an Atlanta travelre -
Jennings dislikes to lose
stomach trouble and do not know it.

today at the Mer- the services cf such ably, and efficient They ascribe the headaches, the

languor nervousness, insomnia,
otllcial and it was with reluctance palpitation constipation and similar

", '.t-- representing the Pic- that he accepted the resignation -, symptoms to some other cause than

:\ w t Orleans, arrived yes- the true one. Get your digestion on (

....II. of Jud e Blount. the right track and the heart trouble, j

lung trouble liver disease or ner- i

/-. Savannah, who When seen this morning by a I I vous debility will rapidly disappear.This .

\\ .tli nival: stores firm little book treats entirely on
NEWS reporter Judge Blouut con- the cause and removal of iudige, ..tiou
i* here
rt nice, today.
and its accompanying anno 'auce .
firmed the foregoing: news and stated ,
.. in the mayor's court ,! It describes the symptoms: of Acid

of : One that his reason for resigning; was ;i I Dyspepsia, Nervous Dyspepsia, !Slow'
i revenue 137.
that the increased: ; demand of his;| Dypepia: Amylaceous Dypep.ia.Catarrtl ,
ted and taken
: one i i of Stoniich and all alfec-

:,,' nt. business as an attorney required tion: of the digestive organs in plain ,

language easily understood and the i
< ,. *>r of more attention ; that his duties a?
!.r Apopka, corI.'t cau-e removed.It .

: of the 15apti-t jude: of the criminal court of record give- valuable.uirgemons: is to I

.i :Mi! ..loin, expected had also been increasing at such a';, diet, and contains, a table giving; |
length of time required to digest various -
.- at the First
t' pulpit rapid! rate that they necessitated a ;; article of food, something ,

:Minday.the. I every person with weak digestion ,,
neglect; .if his private buines? should know.

Gad-den :street which he could not afford hence No price is a-kid, but imply send

u i-h will trve fl-h your name and address! plainly written
his .
!' ii.u."i square Thursday reignatiou.Judge on postal cud to 10'. A. StUirl: ('II..

invited and :pleas- Klount as TilE NK\V special ,;t Marshall. Mich, rtqup-tiug ::1 little
book on (Stomach: Oiseaeand it
i--tired all who at- from Tallahassee says, has beena will be sent promptly by return mail.
I II i!
mot efficient just, imp-mill: and '

i :.. iii of L. Friedman & energetic ollic'al' and the general CAPTAIN JINKS ,

More, has returned public will learn of his resignation: ;
I-- : n market, where he with sincere NIGHT
regret. > SATURDAY
stock of fall :
t i iineu-e!:
I I Judge Bunt! has received the following -,
,'d!1-, which are now arMcArthur ---

,:,... ,played, letter from Governor Jennings '!, SALE !
: I, Of the attraction which will appear : ANNIVERSARY

!i. : author of i I i
at the Pen acola house.Saturday ;
!IIllitiell" and for- TALI.AHASSKE, Sept. 23: opera

Hun. A. C. Blount, Jr.. IVutnoolit, KlaDearHir iKr.1, the Norfolk ( Va.), I! .
iid owner of the .
: I have to : '
>. Council, running toN Ledger says:
the receipt of your favor of the 20th !
i "reliant at Daph- |: "Captain: Jinks; of the Hor-eMa-i i ----- --
iust. tendering your resignation as'!' ,'
\ .".est at the Lewis Judge flf the Criminal Court of Ke ,, riutH presented' at the Academy i| FINANCIAL STATKMKXT If You Buy Them at the Boston Shoe Store, They are Good !

ord of cambi.i: county Florida to of Mu-ic last night by Miss; Elizabeth :': Of the Itnanl( of I'uliliu Instruction

\\ \ f Ir' .',..beck has accepted take effect Oct. 1, or upon the ap- Kennedy and her company is i! lor E"I'amhi" County lor the MunlliKiuluiK
I I ,
r Capt. McArthur's poiutment of successor. I have ,. Do You Know
your held to have been a success. There i Sept. S, 1902lute.

.. Navigation Snnplit accordingly accepted! your re.igtl11"t.on .I \ i-K. l"K.I 1
: :are two opinions as usual: but the |
t .' been endorsed by hut in.11 doing 1 desire to say i I Aui{ >>-To h.iliince>n haul. .. M; ,:,fi "T 1ii'j ii'' Children take twice a* many steps as grown peopU

I .iviitors of the coun- that I regret to have faithful i officers ;;,! majority of those! present last night' Aui-tin..t H--fo ld tax vaab Ill.from. ctTtincati-s i-xitiuliiHtiuii *"i :':> | *.-tat.-*/* c n-equetitly weir out twice ae many Khoes, tllIJ lt'--

.. ....... ... 2-; <.' i you buy theiiKif u-.1
i i ::1. this i-i-iie explaining }give up public duties.! i| declare that Mi-s Kennedy, as Mine. tr. n' > I
\"pt.Tocnih from tAlembertr, I Ii
'i,I tiff work. It may be gratifying: to you to Trentoni was superior to Miss Ethel UK year HI.t. n n ta <1 II reason why you should !buy your ClUMJREX'S! F1JOIIS IIf u- i-
know that no complaint from Septa-To cash from D'Alfmbt-rtf, | THE I Because we allow no man iti our line to undersell us. 2-W" bu
any l\ >
Holme- -V'Tl
On-I'u and Uib-ou Harrymore, who essayed the role } tax year fwd ; >!
( I .. but th..lti'-t and direct from
I I. whatever has reached none the in upifact rers, enablitit u- t(
s flit ce me
bP.lilritded: ;guilty: to car- I here lat year. This is high praise.; ssr7t. ...ti : q'tve you at least ;5 per cent on pbberti'prier! -. S-We are up wilii! th

s .;" 'u.. concealed and who concerning your court work which I '''times and! carry all the latent tioveltieof the ,day m Fine :ShoeJ: Jpau J- |H(.
WAkkANtu )Yln.1)HIttontracller'.salary
The eii-tuntP* Denied to -triko the I K. 11V
to the county roads for t
I i d ivs respectively, were the exercise of fairness; impartiality women present as being excruclat- ill.1siMt..IH1tonteucher'ssalary I : I _:5'' whether they buy or not. We ..ilwayleid! our i-omp-'titor- fll..w
I'.".'I, :Mrs(4 H l'<,IIJU., tvitvlier'i talI H;-\\"( ;.ive you a School( T'ibit free mil .IV/- I' ,'IIf-"rfullr.,
'" l'.ull Springs by Supervisorit and ability in tint faithful !Uugly i ; funny, but there were many i I aryll.'tn .VI 1'(1
of :Mli M C Jordan, teachers ---- -'. -. --
discharge official dutie-
bight and placed at your people present who having worn i ii I halar111111. \ .11' "' ;
,ul With bpt wishes am. i I :o.i.\1: C Jordan. teach..r'
; i ro today. just sti2h clothes not so very long ary .. .. ._. ;*' "'
.... Yours very truly, I 11I_'51. MIVI tiriUin, teacher'. salary 1:/ '"' Boston Shoe Store
", .I>1' .'.I.t\ut i N. P.. C>"k, who W.S. JE\.-iI-itiS. I IGovernor. : ago did nut see the matter in iiiite| 'i'I U2XI, :\1.4 Jo;lark.traener'alary 1.' 7..:)
: '
: ., I 11-t ten d H.'aMlii: 11 luhb tearher s salary I >
f :iyviitir.g the same light the younger ones did. U-ilt.Mrs: McLeod: teacher's-al
.i-I :i I-! ruralettleinents i- I ary I CNI' I
I The co-tumes were, however, quite '1, Hm'i.11.rM: lil hor. tracher'sal- NATHAN (i. I'( ) !!('llimiU: : : Proprietor.
"II' (.-.ills and ia- bu-y ;it- f tn bei' I I ary *"' <.'

.. i- .I 1, .. ". ikms preparation-fur ; BIRMINGHAM funny enough for even the old folk,;. I 1117.1, Ml, M Iiili0j.| ttailier''alary I", INI 'Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street.

bt .:1:1"1:1: : ; of tiie -elm il!l- in th,* i'ity Miss Kennedy was: called out by the !j'ir.'l-i:i, :\11\1: Bishop, teacher's salary ,.i
: <> "" -
next montli. lie>ays no conipluntat DELEGATES HOME audience so many times that the :' IaN :\11'8 K Loftm, teaclier'* salary to IKI ;
all fan be nude, of the school 1 list:. -N I! took.RUpt salary Km' mi Tl I mattresses; for tl e I II I NOTICE OF ELECTION.
writer forgets; the number. Her., U-J.'i, J M Crona 1st pnynnt ouI : I I B IsI\t price -vf-r-old) here. !: 'I n 'hrlu-nlrofFramblal'ountYMlat. !
iw {>ro're; "'ing; throughout; the : ,I I hew scbofil liuildini >oV; ::90 i
'' shared in the apl'lau-e she J A litbson.drputy examiner. .INI I .
company I I: it kiKiun that I. II. Clay CrHaf.irS
-- --- -
tuny 1 I "*. I 1\ bill.. :.ti14til '
1U. I ook. SUpt expeu-t'
I The last of > rlrtary "I l niHtr "I ,
1'en.sacol the I"I.t. t
fl 1.
I delegates to1 C i'.3TCfItIli.: .un *
school No
ireceived.I W A White repair ilu h"r" ti\
.. t.ii'iticr thai
I'at tired! fi-eling is a burden you I the council colored! people held ati I}I ___- i: IIf.7.;17 "Daily Press.. printing. for .upt -- ." II Rear. t6h. lb9 tit Y I Halt A 8ttogrlZ:1 (! tih XKKAl' hl.K<'rin.V

il .ittiany. Hood'sSirsaparilliii otllce .- 11 TTi tare will I..- ln-lf InCa Inhiat' Birmingham returned! hums y..ter.d.1Y. A p.n'N.hll': Act IH J..I M Crona, '.' .l .iu oi it and rtnew I I I psiee '1 .
your No55 tint Morrtw In Mivembtr, ,\. I). r.m.:'1tie -
A grand many from this city i i "I want aU! the world to know JHIIIPI" titrarn,1st payment on -- -'tttbringthe
.: I I mlJ'Uoii So 71. .. ..... l".> t n '
attended! !und were in the church'i I writeHev.. C. J. Kudlong of A h-i I ll.r.ii. ffUMi.'olii Journal, printing i HirKTIl ii \\ up' NOVKMPKK,
I COLUMBUS ( iininr Ii.; f-snti tiTf tit I lie Third Con-
'I K. I. "what thoroughly | drool notice .. .. W I
a ,,
away --> >i4 I .
A GREAT AUCTION SALE. when the horrible all.ur of last Frid.iy Iir> iiii ) ftrirt (if hlnri'lu. the hifrv
i 1 1 Ii. K K Hem, lit paymtDt ou ad- ] 'i I-IKII! i'.iui...,cf tin l'UIIH'KtlH...
1 good and reliable medicine I found I I dition school No 1 .IMI' U" ; dil'u\"forpd Ami-ricM tu lie\ i' but it' Fur i*..rr..ii r% of rttatr ul hue tHat'. of
occnrred.Ennnd .
in Electric Pitter They cured me j| 1I&i. The AUer-Hullivan L. fo I, was nothing{ 1:1 L-ntiip.iri-ui t Brawu..r'- ;jjreat; auctionale payment for tttiool No 7i "u 7s ( oniDtnillt-r of tinSf" "te of Kl r'rlatoroirf !
Ki-t I wil! X and I
Thuiien. re-idinj on jaundice and liver trouble* that ":I.':I. A :M .McMillan, deed I I rii-covery irtti I Jii"li.-ei f
lug and men's furtl1-hill < i iiiil i- I iof i ,!I ,,'hollio lUll I :11' .. J 511! U-t mouth. We all know I the 1-tatrof fllJwllto .tbMupr""I! l'u'rl o/
...winlit the corner of | Hill Waslightly! injured in the caused me ;great suffering; many ,''II:KB, New s l'uh.l'o.linanclalstatrInent for \''' CmnrnUiloneri! ut ti r g
; ''r.i-h. She ror a genuine, all-round cure and nonce S >NI'J i iI I I OPPORTUNITY J I 'lat'.1! nuncJI\
the door with years.
Wad near
\ and! Intendencla! : street-. $! :.', .Iobn I'IC"U.J"lIItor for normal I| For 1001111" '. valor for Hoo'ondtlnat"fla''
they excel anything I ever saw. ocuool .. !Cii ijlicr i I
: I
uu ""cost and when the crowd District of tbebtntcotlorida..
n a. in. and! 7 l 1'. III. Cull : beianto : Electric litter* are the "urj>n-e of K Ward, on pr diem and mil- ; nukes the nriti. It Was prmtbd to i j i For two Memtirraof the House of Itipr.tcnlHtircii .
rl\-h for the street auimpul-e ruff . Wl HO i me and I took
_'..od-j! at your own price. all for their wonderful work in Liver 1,1 the Mtatc ol t lorida.
i mi hem Hook more" : .
!' stationerylor'upt 1 1ofit. I For fax A T'ior
nuJf her do the siine foolUh tiling' KidnE'aud :Stomach troubles.
.... I :!.i I A V ANT ACE For T.< Coilcclor
and came: near takinsr her life. Don't fail to try them. Only SOcts.Satisfaction H'fC: K: K t oto. -palrs f-olitxil >>01 :t.1IM'1' I ( or Count ted.uri-r.
'imps t'/i\lIr. a letul.k : H guaranteed bv W. A. IIU'o..1 M l'rulIlltl; payment school I I i Knr eve < o'iniv i unrnioon'rl.
.Ali got near: the place of exit N o.Vi n. toll IN/ For Ib'..* 11",10"(001 lbr < utility Hoarot ,
,' L1-tres"luliu\ : in head, I she -said she tripped over the D'Aleinberte II'iJuth Palafox. 11.1: :'ollrona. lib payment school ; Ha!e not the! titii* "fp lee tofll !, I'unlun.truellon.! .
prostrate .
:-.o.7 511 m all!! the di-covencs 1 made For Jo4ii etr tD i''
-toniach and being: with- : you great I \! !(>ce in aDd fur tl '
.i : body of a large: In in whom -he Hr balance .. i,7:*;" 'iiiii7kits built; iiiK iLbtice Uiilricts.
,'t'. I boiti to ut Dr. I EVERYBODY LOOKS but you will find :a few of them below No. I. :

w Life 1'ilU, writeW.. afterward found was: dead. As she! I ISept. and you zt the benetlt : No. J.ForCpntablr.

j ..I( Keuuedale, Tex audike i fell another man fell over her. H r FOR THE BEST' s-To balance '!..I.l .A Sitin Calf Shoes at 'I\1,2i. regular in all1 for the f.JU": w.1 i..
Infjlliu 1 certify toat the abo.1"t..111 14 cornet $1.75:: seller. JUlilh'&rlcl'. Via:
a new man. : the d' ', .No..I.
escort recognized mire and as t> show n by minutes nn-i trrasurf
':.. }d and liver trouble i 1 i report. N K. O'OK Sitin Calf :Shoeat Jl 60 regular N o.1.o.1.
quickly pulled her to one fide, thus and $uprnntendrnt.The fitio seller. .
D'Alemberte's drub I Secretary
.t Here it j". Call uU'I'itzer it ..
II II I rat'Itig; her life, as the man that Mlon Creary.: They are doing the flneit ----- -- Piteiit Leather Shoet :$2.tJ.: No:;o.6.:
I man who own* Ills own home i *25o.; (; t'iX: ) and $} '*) worth :JI)
her and the one over whom body! work tint: can be turned out :and are percent hfnuentiou ol the "hen1IB r ll-d to
For the nextIllost i:i I to do kind of job.I I Insures himself against lots of'' more.Vici toe law rftuiriiii tht'1Il10 CHUM- notice ot
prepired a
she fell were both killed. "l1est.uJ. any
'! I' KM Shoe* from Ji'i'o $.1.00. the said election to tie put>U.ii"U In a I.WBpiDer -
: to
\\1 Cost trouble and Nobody can
t t W1arfnrtuturn Idered I when relating how near she They put on India rubber tires the worry. Hatof allrud" printed in tliecounijr. if ttitrtb,. apaper
/ at O. best'ou the market, on short notice, raise his rent and the rent day has : -tyle color* In for county. If tbr b.. no paper
hake room for IlpW I I I had been to a certain and awful a< tliey: have a full line of rubber '. and (Ip"i!ri- from ;,1)('. :.tll.thfl way up publlihfd in the county tlicy liall c,..". at
no terrors for him. It's eay to own to $.') lU.; and ttm-e lea-t flvbcupi'*** o! th. notirn to be poi-ted
__ iI I(I death. tires in stock. I I in thimost public place In the county.
Rev. ( T. Ollllr and G. W. Riff D'les your buyujy need uphol-ter- a home now-a-days. Thos. C. In T..HIIJlooy11..l.. I h.vehereuntoset
r1LS2 or X.A.. t. ire:' They can make it good; anew.. Watson & Co. can toll you how ) KNOX HATSwill I my Land and aOlx..d Hit-Great Neal
; '? Ird are vice presidents of the council [L".1] "t the Mate of Ronda, at Talla-
; ) Their prices, too, are reasonable for easy: it is. Call ana see them. be 'here 111 a few days. Did I haot.the Capital, ttiln thj art
4t ; Both were in attendance and they have ample capital to carry 011''' I tell you about them Wel'l, I'll tell day,, of l'I"ptf'mt.r. A. it. \'tri.a. .
a fir-t-clas: carriage buildio and | Tar i : I.LAY (:KAWJUlJO.hrtretary .
were unhurt. Foley's Honey and you now in a few word* : They are of Mate.
.repairing bu*ine;;;;. Dun't fail to No opiates I the "(Juinfscpuce: of welldom" and j To (fit-ore u..;. "mith. rtiritl. Mcambla
; call on them. | just the article to top-otl with: one of '.JUnty' &r."b('ld

Scales repaired.SPlTXEKttCKKARY. You must have good yeast to make I thoe swell suits of clothe* you heardmE

1I1\HQl'\HTIHS: : FOH buckwheat cakes. The West Florida'! tell about. Thos. C. Watson & Co.,
15 East Garden street.
team Bakery sell Fleischman's | the le-tdltg Real Estate Agents take
-'SCHOOL' BOOKS Phone 57.------ -- !, Cempres-ed Y t' I"t. two cakes, orone SUITS ; all the worry or the shoulders of the

i AUCTION SALE. cake and one ticket_ for a nickel. i i from $" W to Jio W.) make, material owners of property manure: the
I --- I
\ F THE LARGEST'A1'OCK: EVER BROUGHT TO PENSA-i and finish the finest of the fine.
I Crab nets and Ashing renting of their homer and the collection -

i F. E. Brawner's great auction sale'of tackle to suit everybody, at EXTRA FINE ; of their rent as cl\t.rclEn.:!

.GEM BOOK STORE. clothing and men's fnrnihinirs i Iii I the Willis Hardware Co's.PPVUP I' line of ooc. and 7".Shirts! in addi tloualy Their! as they would themtve.!
. I charges am very reasonable.
from $J.I
now in full swing; at the corner of | : tion to the "Eajrle": >
'All kind of Furniture 12 Wand they are bound to please I
Palafox and Inteudencia ;;treet;;. Q1%. 3TOILr11.le.n : .
: Line of School: Supplies. Tablets Pencil; Penholder. Etc. It I P t' at nearly cost, : I ts. hl K-1 YCJ Hate r airs t cQanatue
:SalesatlOa.m.and'; Call and J to make room for Fall goods arrived so you can't

, SEE ME AND SAVE MONEY. |I buy good at your own price. new stock. I come too fist for me. .7II _
rJ (;q
Yours for Men's Furnishings, .
Fishing tackle of all kinds

CHAS. R. JOHNSON See His buy Fur and good crab nets at the I JOS. COLE1AN.I I Garden hose {I". the Willis

prices I'
UIH 0mi r.UiiFox STHKET. lowest Willis Hardwaer Cos. Hardware Co's.THE .

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HOMEIs I THE PAPER BALLOON i --( __ .. _-- ..---

r'! Three Are Fatally and Two Are Seriously In Duel One Van Killed, Another Fa
t f Wounded.! tally Wounded. one where health abounds. i ii ,

!) ) Jackson, Ky., S.-pt. :23.! -As the result 1 West Point Ga., Sept 23.-A terrible i With impure blood there cannot Two huntsman Original out for birds were Let the COLD DUST twins do your work."

1 of a quarrel between two boys tragedy was enacted at Langdale, be good health.
standing, with their puns lowered, :gaping -
near Caahan'!! .<< stern, on Long's creek ;' a mill town on the Chattahoochee valley With disordered
a LIVER there
Pd at the kj. One was an old man,
', this 5 miles from here. Sunday ;
lam (aunty Garden! Deafn and Har- !railroad
be blood.
t K rt : Icon :McXeal: and) Djtrli button were I i night cannot good the other a uaiulsonie" young; teliov,

;robably fatally!! wounded and Willie The participants in the duel were his sou '

1 c : Ua rtor., liu'i Thomson: ant I IlhodVs Will Owens and Rill:J Phillips. Tie "It's a crow," sail the elder.

1 : } Hall were" slightly woundod.A'ror : form r i s dead and the latter Is at utt's Pillsrevivify "No;:. : it's an! e-iple.; "

.!ins to the story of the tight : the i mint: of death, caving! a bullet in It was neither but a little paper bal- I 4.

received here right nr Iru men aai': his left lung in the region of his heat Iron) which came nearer and nearer, ,

boys were on their way tome from a I i It seems that Owens had been pay de couilinjr; as it came, till: it fell at the

t mill when two ot the I boys be-'ame Involved ing attention to Phillips'! sister for the torpid LIVER and restore feet of the jommtr man lie pickedit f

HA "' in a quarrel over a trivial mat some" time and had written her sevr'r- i j its natural action. up and found its thaie was IIP

ter. Other joined! In, pistols were jr j al letters. One of these was red '
'j i A healthy LIVER means pure ; that of a heart. Tied to it was a note :
.; drawn and the fhootlnK! teranie general by Phillips, who took offense at a part
I j blood *. writtfii in a feminine! hand: j
; Alexander Uiley! has bens arrested of it. He immediately! went out to |
I | Pure blood means health. If the tinder of this be gentleI" I
1 a man a :
I i charged with the killing. find Owens and saw him accompany-
man unJtr thirty )ears of agi, Ki tlIIC'on..i
I Health means happiness. ;, .
ins aMiss! Henderson home froni 'f'
'!u it aUUresst-d: to himsrlf. My father -
I, t f rs ; Coast Line Raises Wages I i church. He allowed Owens to take I fk no Substitute. All Druggists. :'| ouvs not wish mo to marry and

P 3 i, ., Raleigh N, C.. Sept 23.-The at-i, the young lady home and waylaid him! 1- I L.keeps You nnj, good hut sir up, may in his help country rut. "scat U, RAfter .a; j
+ r! lantic Coast lAo! raises the stages'1: between the home of Miss Header- I ..''*h PrOH'r.
reading the the
of its hailer makers, machinists anljblarkfrnsths /i son and his own the spot selected) be. "I 1 have oilier fia tn fry" or.- says in message; piling
man luinkd it to his father aC _
4 t in its shops at H diY |! InK a branch in the fats He immediately declinini! : : u t:."I K. ".\ pretty: kittk- of suuflincly _

h !) rOIJrt: "lrrL! ?t"n and! Fiort'nee. Thai: i iy I began: cursing and abusing I ii!i' .lv" -i:,oihsr! i' lioitrnnting: a who read I it and returned it to hi,. IH U

i-t4,, r i increase was a."kf'iJ for an-1 goes info ,' Owens who in 'Us turn, replied equally : pn-tty lad; is.:>.-.., The "kittie" is the i: without slu-ring; in his aniU">ement."Tear .

i_ .f i t'rrPf fx-t. 1 Tho carpenters will: I \ohemently. Hot! whipped out i tacklt-! t.I' II!,{' t>li Lom! \vhioh! 1l:1'i I i it 1<1'." he saidA '"The person
i4 1 ,, ,; } rest Thursday;: ask for an increase 1 pistols about the same time and began: : easily art item :t sad Mitil. "Th.'far who wrote it is doubtless! ; \'I ry .vuung
P i ? t ( liring.! Owen's shot fa the one now otbc tsli, iu tlu- "1.11." says'" the rejected : and has been imi>eled! to do >" I bj e

.! :! ; : i I is in Phillips'! I lun?. The: latter's first suitor. "Mrte: as a fish," "Dead as a having her natural instincts" ,; intoitcri d

a ; f this Is preater than! that granted by : s-hot! brought; Owens to his knees and II berring""its; ; uneasy as :a lisp out of i with. IVtween the apes (.f fifteen and
t I hp begged Phillips nut to kill!::! him. Ovate" "To tW!> far; wini'liineut'," are
# ;#4 any other: road in the southern states. | twenty a your;; ,irl t-l.o.Kl handled
Ho.v.'V.. it i:.= .-ail::. the !laur !paid no i aiiioiiij the lust known nr.iiive; ; exprcs :-
s > .:rH'lItllltn hisv.\ : '.ins: *, b'lt : i "iois; rrtVrriu to the tinny: tril,,-. \erv carefully. It is ijuiie lively: the a
I \ emptiedh'.s I Ii
Bank Officials Suspended.Vienna. father of this one has acted um\ i iei.Youiig .\ ." GO D' ,; WY' T
4 : "Very like a wliale" we may refer at ,',
; : Sr,pt. 23: -''he1'1Ie:; 'relo r. inlvt-i.' cnliily! r.oalpi! : I and rr1 i Ileury Thorpe InoU.'d MtrI l.w .:'

.; Pr< ?se today announced that four o,.1 l i i enILrl! 1 !it. HP than fell ehaustt'l.IVtie i !least: to SliaLespeare's time! ("Hamlit"iii. i: >riswi ut Li.f.itlicr's: serious tone and WI take ever;' o.( .ick! of dust "I'd dIrt from F.r f .' f.s

; trii .. finals of the Vienna Lat-nd'-r bank = lv'r; in the neighborhoj l 2)Vbite) as vIinl' was W ,. .'k I", : t','- .., a, c .an aa wh'.st.t, neat a to"
: i ii ij instead of ti-aiinir the it s
ciiined when walrus taken !
ioryvas tip nut.p't
Lave been suspended In connection')'I ran tn the scene of the she'tting to Noticing t'0 'C' Ova" -,: C .. L; ..: o;_ :
1J- Lcd i for whale's bou,'. "The slunk Lies thefeather' 1 in his poektt. The two went IJu""' l-.r
f'a"h in
wit l the defalcation! of Edmund 'i man a pjil: of his om Made b. T':-E N K\ !RPANK C''V.A'.
I Is a sailor's savins, indicating dinner, and the opb-ode was not av:;. in
r J 1inl.k.l form riy emplouJ in the cashier's fJl'h'f''p! removed to th>irI I Chicago New York Boson, St. Leu,. 'Users oi c Ai. Ft>*\ ; S QA
the fact that this voracious! fish will !
I mentioned! boiueen tlieiu. Xcvertbt It
t r' 9pt-t've l.omes Owns wan dead >sIt
d : ; (f'I" ;-rmf'"it of that institution, i
touch bird. The of the term ,
not a use :
and Phillips iin'-onscious.: Physicians hud made a uecp impression: on the
t was
> :; r .hoIiAAI'P ';>: Sept. 18 and in WhfW' "land frhark" is not confined to stamen
3, : : aocounte a shortage: of fl.lift.QOO wasa' attended' him. but he is still in I by means. Shakespeare makes use I young man He did not left" till h<. l.ul
I a critical condition. It is hardly exported any I visited L., where he learned tuilUweiiiloVii ,

_ ; j subsequentlyDm jl'o\'creJ; I I that-- he will-recover.--. .. of"'f'lfth"ih1.anotlur: nautical." I i.! 8. expression: : in I Itathtiiin, an oiil, .i-hiUi: TRY ?TH Nt.. NEWS'ANT'/ ijtur,1N& !

IC.III Could! Not:" licli llr. j I Avoid erioH; result of kidney or I !li\iil with her father, widower! III ,

bladder disorder True Literature. the coLter of a large estate furrunnt!-
I If | by taking; Foley'* I
"I hud kidney for year*, '
f i| Kidney Cure. W. A. D'Alemberte, We are Inclined: ou the whole to believe I oil by a ltih'aH.. It was rt'portedthat
write* Mr*. Iliymcud Conner lit : I
121 I S. Palafox.
HheltrnVa. .h.: "",," the ilnctor* ----- that the stimulus to literary production tLc father, who wuisiry; !rich ,
l "' I exists: within aud not without -ircd to traiifiiiit the bulk his TIME
could not help lue. I tried F )lf\ Uc.: t>t estate TABLE
t x Kidney Cure, and the vry tir-t dj.t'e ,,- If you want a good Bedstead I the man. It is cot external circumstances thiou-'h the male Hue by leaving
: me relief and I \ nice Crib for the poverty or riches, sickness or I II I
";, f aiu n-iw l rt"i i\ or a it to his 11-phew and preferred that LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD :
I cannot say: much for Koiey I health greatness or humbleness that :
fJ ,J Kidney CurV.. A.Ipmbt'rte") \baby, go to Marxton $ determine the productions or output of his daushtir s-hould: never marry and 1; IN EFFECT DECEMBER I, 1\1\1'

s t 121 :0'. P.i.afox.: I i Juina's.) I=l'lIius. It is the characteristics of the : have issue for fear of liti;atiou OUT |I New Orlequli and Mobile.
J ___ I --- --
'_ the inlu-ritaiH-e. -- --
s -- -- -- man that determine not what he shall
n I Henry I'ribed a servant to take the i No,5 So, .. "0,2. Jl o.lI. So I Sr'
learn or what he shall think, but what i( 7:15; a 12:1 m 11:115! p Leave .... Ppnwacola _._.A relve oats: a 4:"' p 5 ,
heball da A stimulus from without, ,, note ho had iveei\ed through the b.illcui M:5'a 21p! 1 n2a Leave..l'lonaton..L! I"'e \ 2na: :.,1"" P 7 '
e NOTICE. to the ,\oun;'; lady, \.ith one from 11\.1\ a 4:? p 2i''i Ii Leave ...... loblt Leave t1Un: t I 19 I as '1 -
S such ns poverty, may start production, _'.m'__ ::!:)p t __ 7:8n_: .,a.. _Leave ..N"a _"rl..aD Leave ":'s p 7 ', 'r
:' \\ as1'1') dilicatcly
of course. but that Is merely the physical I
and drawn. To this! j North.
; ) awakening: of a disposition that In I syuipatlieticilly I
# be Eel \'in! a reply uud in time u :
iJi To'Manufacturers Dealers and Others Interested any circumstances would have :
; Yes. !, So.,
I la-'crnu:: was app..iuted to take place( ;ot "
I. j awakened in some way at some time. III..ipm 12n: p In Lrav" .. .n.aenla .Arrl\: .:IIOpm) ,
ff'' in Fertilizers. True literature is the voice of the soul LII"iunli..ut\ at a part of the wall :| 1Iljam L'i7p' f11 i i Arnvt. :\Iontllom..ry _.I..a'l'l' I 1Ilham
i : I t, r.I"l'Uw the Louse and i'>a>siii 11:59am' Iit' pin I \ rrtre .. HI! mlnilhl'"l ...J..6n' t::H am 4 ,
:, calling from the windows of the house: 7:')) p m 11:1.1. a m I \rrl\.. .... \AenvIle ...Leave
1r -- I of lay in response to those things of through a wood. The )'cun;; man was IaU a In M.1't Ii m i Arrtvr .., !..O'll""III..I..a1'8' I Vlfi pm. ,
I life that touch the nature of the soul ti pravkie .1 ladder for himtlw! : 7Nain: tIfiMm: ,I Arrl".l'mrlDi1att.I..8VII 1I,1.'pm' J !
7:29 1.51 ,
a nt n mrtlv.' .1.el\v" 1 4:1i p.
t;.'.' in all ii:;tillla'llr-i: '.. iiiipiirti-r;: mill} ilt-a'u-rs in that sprats.-Ixjm'.on Spectator. yt.uiu lidy was to ill'mat by means lI1'I, -- --- --- -
a I..rge 1,11at..1 they were to make PEN..ACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
1 ft'l.tillzc'I'1\ aii'i\, II i .HI i.t: d- .1 coim1! uinK-r he iertilis I
\0 (.hllrj.\p. each! al tlie) top of :; ='0. !l-Vally So. :j-Haly: I Nortop where tilllP not kbown I No :2tinilyr! I
; of lln1! rinnil.i.A'i .
a\tti siil' : <
A of rorresontathcs one the wall. Tiie joiin;'; titan found the;'irl -- -- -
I, e f -ireful coiisiili-fittiim 1 Live Jwiilt-J to is group Jl:5 p n 7:001 11 m ,Leave. .._..I'pn.\collt: .....Arrlv\ 10'VI' pm
t'" : ;r -ne I day telling stories of their experience | ttraeli\e, iViuii.aii'! a true lady. Ills' 12t matt 1:11" ... ..... IIobl'IUI" ........ 11):11"
UKii! >. !.i\\in !.tellt!) fill urdcrs. ) 'take -licet January 1, i tn court when one cf them contributed father was rilIth:: bad acted indiscifetly I I 12a5 1tll" ....._.. YnirMpa ...._ 1'16"'
I ::!.i" 7ti" __...l-'cAmbla ___ toI "
t : i ::111) i;:. i this iiiuhlci.t from Arizona, says (.I1I) 1"ltI.e her natural in- j I UIii h 1:!5"1 o'a[ ......_ 10:: t"
western : ttiiicts had been blocked at ton tender 1 :3\I" 1:2'1" .. .. ... .... Harp ..... ... 10:2t"
a -
I i OIU)11' :( : : xo. i.S.iion newspaper t2:;,.) 1'M" .. .-....... Galt'rty.! .._._ 10:16"
Out in one of the border towns a an age for hat to realize what she bad'! 12:5'1" 'l II" ..... H Stilton _. .._. llJ"
.-,' ; .> of thtfertilizer Inv. a1'pvuvedlay: 22! 1001! : case was in pn>grc! *. one of the lawyers done. Iwi: a m ._ .. "' ...Good !{ange ,_. ,.. .. ,
: I 1 ::5.1" 8:15" ........... BOlli .... ._ ., 11:116 ,. .
I iciiiun; '> !hat all niaimt.irUm-rs or dealers shall tile their luini; an unstera man who was i iI i There! were a number of meeting I 21)! h !Iil; ) If ......_ 111\ilAn ....._ 1:21 It ,
I iiiili;! of uuahsisitli the eoniiiiis iniier of jiKrieiiltuix'aiumalh. I new to the country. i i"Will "over the pardon wall," and two hearts: 2:11:1"i" ..._ ...Crestview ....._ 113' .
t K"I" 8:5tI" ..... Land ...._ .
: became iuti incd. Hut it 11:0:
I J : In; order 10 I r-vent: ,'oufll..jull as to the date: I you charge the Jury, your II |' rtw was im-I 8S":! VtO" .If. ...... !o..y __ III :. .
honor be asked when the evidencei \ possible; that the affair should ;po furi I 4.58: 1i:8.J It _UeFuntakbpringi. If 8::' "
A when oaths shun! 11 is oi-tlered that all oaths I lie, filed I i Lad letn submitted. ther. The iciil dared) not inform her 4:1'i II IiH" ........... Argyle '''H_ 'Iu"

it lietween tlia Ixt and ITith: ol .J aJl1'! \'. TJii:!. and !suli e- "Oil DO: I guess not," rcplicsl! the fatlwr of her action and it< eodtseg0C1ies i( (.)::W"U' 1 lIbi')::IO' ".. ,......Ponre.. ..Wf"lvllle de L'on.....__ "If '7:91 1.11'"

t' :. q1l1 lit years the :siinie.; Any o.iihs heretofore tiled orlliit I jud.c.hI never charge them anything. and the younp man luowin:: fiO: )1).15' .5555_ CaryvllhL.___ If 1U" I.S'i" ..
10JIO' -....-... !:()n tray......._ e::;tt: i
r ;r'; in\:: le tiled prior to the date named willi"> regardedas They 11->:I't know much anyhow, and that the must: be an heiress, though 6I'o :01": ". ... .. t.biriey .._.. 5a7 to ,
I let "em Lave all they can make." he woul'l) !If\ wealthy !hiniM-If! would) I 1II) tI;\7" ,.. .l'ottolidBle ...._ If l:14 h &
\t-i.S after 1H! >:5. Tor !brands of
: ; : .lajiuary 1. any new 1:1.) !It5" ....\tArlanca_..._ eC)" '
l nut think of marriage; except by the '7; :110" 11:49: .SS..Cypress... .. 5d9 .
: eT:4e
: uomi, timis I this t for I'UMnessilniii. .. .H.
i or new t'Hiering territory : ..
A Co.tly Iliblr. ino..t honnrablo and! open approaches. : 1li jranrt ItIl1ge._ 1It: "
i ;1' .g the \i-iii--, and .al't,--I.inuary l.'i of each year the, 1M I. JInoon! ,. "' t+neads ..... .. I 11:11: "
} The most costly tau in the Hoyal nth. being .pjMised to a < IIIIIj mineInarriae. I\fi" UIi Arrte"...RIc"tnctioo ...l.r a"'el, [:t" ..
i11'I u.nii!: "! ..inaly.sisill i-i-oniintif in force until -lanuary 1 of i library at Stix-kliolm: Is a l..ble.: It Is : tlually: paineil Miilie-i-ut! i, .-

l ,Ii the ':<-\* > (*T, illlJ IMI lout;:"t-r. I no wonder that it is considered precious strength; .i tn agree to a si paratinu. Hen-I
for there I is not aui.tlu-r like It '
r Tllol'ftl' went t abroad. i THE NEW GROCERY STORE.
t ClHlII'I) : : NO. ::. ,
In the ,, ,.rld. In weight and size alone I It was about! a year after his! diparture -

,15 : :: "Hitliiiin'e' | with Mtii>ns :; and ]:, of ".\n Act to 1'ro- t it is unique. It is said that IGu asses that he received a b-tter fi-u: h.s: '.

t' vide} 'f"c' the Inspection and Analysis of and Regulation: I I.kins'l'r used for its parchment I It I father telling him that he had a 1'ratl'Il -
t !leaves. There are ;JJiS; ) pus;; "f writing ; a nmtrh for him which" if he WILL MOYER
t; ut: tin S.ile:I of CoiunieiTtal rertilizers: ('l'l'o'd' '
and each pajnf.ilN \but an inchslifrt found it pleaf-ii'p.! would be of preatadvai.tazu
.1: :':", 1IOI.! alsi with the resolutions of
i\v in c.jnijtlianee I
s .
ut inl in l.-n.'th. The
i : bfins; a > : ): in uniting two IiiijM.rtantintentl '
,' tilt '.\-\-x.H-iiii! of Aiiiciiean Agricultural Colleps<< and width lit II:.' l.-i\i-s! ,; i* twenty IlIcl1 s. *. lie was to Liiow 11,1 thins;: Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date St< > Jt

;1('il K.nunMi: ; :S.ition." and I the I "A.ssoeiation of OfficialAjir I : The txrters are s .1i|
i I e.iMi-al: : I Clu-iai-is; : ," ;H rct-oniiiieuded<< l t.y the state'liuii'M thick. they had met. Then, if they were
No 30 W. Government St. Salisbury Bo; K,
h'J : t of 1'l!:-rids,, the following regnlatiuu is i mutually |,liaised with one another, r I p ,
{ d > MI.-- tlliHtlaiinaiy 1 I'.MK: :!. ( 'HI\- N(1T'iCr4NEI'lIIER !"o'. I l'l''ll should have all the information TEr.EPIiOS: : :J ':'
(I they desired about the other .
', -S, .S. ."'. livery: ba?a or other! jiai-kji: of eoiniiti -. ..r' nor pon-litni-i-fc tin- captain.of own-the Henry -
,' .. not t'arhlrliom he married l so Inns ash
: ;--'i..I! fertilizers \1\ t 1'111 seed nual!, c'.lsllll' jiiunat-e. tH- tln-h! td'-Iiill herwp'.a.thlr
IiG ; for di-his contracted <' was ci"l'rl\tj of his love, consentedand The Star
t i hl'; rii > s cms. tthal't'lIlltt: or tobacco meal} manufactured.! : by the cr-w ,if saufi. .10..-i.i.K FAItaANT.w a few months later returned tn Laundry,

i :Mild i hi. impoited} into Ibis state f-hall: have ecun-l, h 6ert-rn. CRntain. i America and ('onnol his father that

c R: :alia, ill d I or Iain-led' and jilainly: stamped thereon, tin* "n.len' q ::?..t' he was ready t<, Butt the young ladyin

"f.- nua'ilt'i: of net pounds of fertilizer in the }.:wk:1,:(" the .i+ THJoKtb..caPto1in.ow! : ..r question. Before starting Mr.Thorp" Biggest, Busiest, Best :

r. nan: ', !lit-anil or 'hade mark: under! whirls the fertilizer i I.. i: d ;:: nor H ham:'on-.n.i will. *v.> r lli> ..pOQ Kr iblf s* said to h.s:; soil: ___ .u _u ____
"There is one point !In thi< matter I
:. f; M.1.1.! } ih" name and address of the tnannfai-turer and i 11 the 1 (1:-p'lof laId Vessel for d"IJt coatrbct..d by the have not mentioned. If you marry this

# .1 ,.IIt'lH.' al analysis, stating I the perrentap of anniKUiia. I W t -oX girl ,
;\ ; W I. \\ .tt., fl\: r'" \ apl.un you mu->t add another nalJto
1, and ihe! Minive from vhirli!, the :;;ills( is ileti\ed. tI.o per" I i>ii-niiit.>.- in jour own the two to be connected with The T SpeaK

I ,,:: 1 et'na( ; ...,e of pota.-h, soluble in water the jN-rcentajie: of II I .. ___ a l hyphen." !>

';''r' n a\.li 'atilt ,pull 1'11'111"] i aid l, and the percentage; of in-"la- ".\11<1 what is the name to be added?"

t ,, : ,, hie j.iii IDNEY DISEASESI "What? Is the girl: Gwendolen Uithbnn for Themselvesz!
1'11 1
therein. al:>o the maximum percentage of ehlorineIherein. ':" :

:.[ it 1': ami .1 II tit !".t. iIi;':I't11P1ll> from which it i j.; comp 'I :$h(? i is. How did you know"

f, E" t und< d. also the t.imp! 1'01111"' ill the paynunt of the $ the mod iota!, of 12 $!s'ee. "Hut this cousin to whom tlie iMate: We let the -r: '

j '" ,.t license feo proxidi'd for in this: art:' ca. is tn :po at Mr. Itathbun's death.-" and Cull we Lauini -

: ; y "Hii i idead.. You and join' w i1ewtI tiiemelve.. wii:!' "
I The jrunraiiti-e.] analysis i: shall' state the ingredientsguaranteed ; : They
: .t f in the following Order: : V FftLfyrt1IIDIET 1 9 miormonsy IIII inherit the estate" under tin) cane than we can.Vewan : t
Thorpe! Itathljim.
."r "a aII \, ,., >;une of fertilizer or lirand ; name of niannfacturer ; I i j "li',w did you come to know thesepeople' more by the work w'. 1 ,

t I 1 place'uf I manufarttiie.Nunilier :" what we -av.i .

of pounds to package. tdundad. Cootlnz .-1 'o \iu romemW tho balloon with

f C1'.11.1NT1I:1ANALYSIS.! : } !j 1 remedies recognized tv emi- the"c..rlainb.:>oe attached." i: ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods Called ii for art Dchrtr-! :

: oJ scat phyaicUns u ths u st lot "11','11, I felli: ,,
V( : :Moisture at2\ decrees Tar. nut exeeetling..per; cenr.Available sympathy fi r the pirl.oiniht .
K1nay! and Biad&r troublaxW. : out her father and TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST
.1 4 rhosphorie Acid! not l.'ss I than .I.el'j cent.Insoluble that'

'I' ,.tt.! '. 4 If rhosphorie Arid! not Its- than . per cent. .. oars J.M\ we You had s"e int the eshnantslnriviti result." I properties. WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.

:' Hillluuia-ill.t and -not less t Iran cent. W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. ,
; i }:\ potential per ------- T.ut Gwen<1ull'll-[ mean Miss Itath-I' -
VS .1 (lerhcd from nitrate of sodt. blood) }, fish :scrap etc.) I Ll1l1"I'

.1. r l> ta"1 \ K'Jdi: water soluble. not less than per cent.Ohloripe II I 1aaooln. "How did you know her name was I ESTABLISHED 1863.
------ --
II Awarded at Gwendolen! UathbunV"
not exceeding }'( 1' cent. Parts

t i, %."tt This ft-rtilixer ii is made fl'lIlII.uilmte( of soda, sulphate I and"Io the you note remember(' the paper balloon McKENZIE OERTING & CO. ,

t of potash blood, bone, tankage, fish: scrap, acid phosphate
"Of course W have been speakingof : o DIALERS IS- 0
; I ;l ...1 etc.. as the r.i>e may ht' ) I them."

4 \'t} s_ Kiimvalents: of fertilizing; ingredients will not be allowed ,I i.. "Well r, too. felt a sympathy with Ship Chandlery and General Jlardtuare

: : -; ;; in the guarantee. Ii i the young: lady. I sought her, and- j

t i 1. '' ::1 The stating; of the maximum and minimum percentages WINE CORDIAL well, we are lover?." eon AND aos a. PALAJo'OX STHEET.

I; J' l of a {Then material guaranteedill not be }permitted., j" Hiulrttorr.meDdllinns for cure Poorness "You young: rascal: ........ AGENCY- -
ol Blood, btomscb troubles sod Cenenl Debility When the two lovers met Gwendo 3
iI The actual amount of minimum will only be allowed on Incrcms the ippetite, strenftheni len, after the first REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S HO.NH
"tt r t } .. the ncrtti sot builds up the entire system. joyful surprise, bald GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RDSHEL A SON'S PCMPn
; guarantee. "How could you consent to a
\ D. I:. McLIX, 99 PARISF rot Drouut stranger: ?" marry Cum Cir
d' < Tallahassee, September 1 1. lf (V2.Vjt :: fourrra A Co. i "For the same reason that you consented COMPASSES, LOOS, ETC.C. .
Commissioner '....DI... ','-, to do the same." A+t'
: _. : Agriculture.. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent

\ IaitS:1! ,.. I t .UCD..IB..LD.STEARXS... ._ I I elation.

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Don't Treat Symptoms A FAMOUS SCULPTOR. I you will understand" To continually .

talk In this gtraiii gives the child the \.

ci after the cam Stimulants and cathartics will never cure Indigestion. II", Then IluKKle Kll.vnn; of Hoiiton inipiessioii that he is of little importance -

T y n ay temporarily relieve the system! but the next meal clogs It again. The Hat WffHiltvido. Itrintalloii. until he has Ini-ocie a grownup.If .

f j .- uld be digested. Tr>e nrur1shmenttiealtbstrecgu it contain i however unusual her endowments we had been warned "Kide your

.t ,u a IC appropriated, : -absorbed by the system. I and training may have been it is bard I lions now. while you are small; by

to believe that and by jour legs; will drag on the
ECODOL I any JOUTI woman
ground! every canter would have beenprecious. I
tweutj-seven of could ha
Childrenv year age \'eattalnt..1
: it is surely worth while to
purifies, cleanses,strengthens and sweetens the stomach. a iHTinanut position in one I
impress 'ii children the and
u. beauty
rive This new dl'C'Jverydigtts' all classes: o! food and assists of the most difficult branches of art the .
1 the stomach and in Privileges; of thi ir golden days.There Children.
digestive organs assimilating and and achieved a worldwide fame as a for Infants and
is a led of in !
transforming it into the kind of nourishment that la common sense

0 fj taken up by the blood and fed to the tissues throughout sculptor. Netertbetas this is what tLis criticism says Vogue. As the Catori.i i< a harmless snlHilulo for Cantor Oil, Pare-

the various organs of the body. Kodol cures Indigestion Mrs. Theo Rubles Kitson of Boston writer later in her article saysery gorii-, Drops ami Soothmjr S) rut1... It is IMea-ant. It

Kodol and dyspepsia thus removing the cause of all stomach has accomplisltvd. and an examinationof truly a habit of anticipation is de\vl- contains neither Opium. Morphine nor other Narcotic

troubles. Kodol rives such strength to the body that the large nuu>lM>r of works of sur- oped iu the child which it is apt tocarry sub'tanoe. It d'stru"urm.! ; ami allajs Ft'\C'ril'hut.i'O"' .

it invaluable in all wasting diseases. Iiassin? artistic merit which Sirs. Kit- through life and which forever It cures Uiarrlm-a anl Wind ('uIit'. It relieves Teeth-

w' v tb nlt yon for what Kodol hasdono me." write CUftonGlrtnn Collett 1n5."It inff Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates limo
'j i I son lias ctvated Interfere with its the
during nl'rloll of finding dayshapim
? dY'lIt'psla arkr everything.. el" bad ""* When l tried Koaoi helped m. : Stomach and ItoxreN, jrivin-r llt'althalill natural Icen.The .
rt'Commend1!.. life when less
) cbttrful\y aii-oniplij-hed artistsare ss sutlicient. I'riciid.
T't Children's 1'anacea-The Mother's
Kodol Digests What You Eat. learning the technique of their

Pro- it' E.C.DeWitt&Co..Chlr aO' The tl bottle contalnsSS times a* much by .c.uU vocation furnishes stitbcient: evidence i Su\r lour TrinimlnKK. The Kind You Have Always BoughBears
measurement)us the trial size which sells for SOc. .
I that the future holds for her e\en I It is an excellent plan! to have a

DC\\/U\ / .s Lillie Edflfl! Risers the constipation.'*mou little Safe liver thorough.pills tor They WllousneM nsrer ,rlp or. greater siu-ces$ than those which bofor hat tiiiiiuings in which all the Signature of )

have alr'ad.lilll'd. a brief past. I the millinery i odds and ends left over

John r-heppard.Htrli 1'harmacv:: I'idnpy Kann. j Mrs. Kit!oti to season may be kept

bronze statue of heroic size of theli.s '
-- : Fashion rotates with! such unerring:

regularity; ; that. good bits t'asone
FNtZUELA PROTESTS "'urn"'hlna.t n 'm,11 Itouiu.In '
: season are pue; likely' to IIIn demand
furnishing a small room two necesary -
after t\u or three have passed.SUel #
..intsmust be tUImslkrlfirst.that
> ,
of British i
A' 103 over I ornaments, for example, are in In Use For Over 30 Years.THE
is .
ind of Patos. space gamed by making: thing; .
IlA anti out ofu.ue at intenals. If at .. .... .....,
22.-The Vneza I as as possible against; the \wall -J: I ,. .u.. o..o. n .u. su.tT 00" 'TY
; ? uttI ./ all haiiiKome. they are e\pcnsne i and ___ -1''" .... : -- --WMl1'b.1:il\ .<
.-' protested cables second that stiffness is prevented :. I ,,- --
i.I well Worth keepinu. They lie - -- -- -
I ; may
then by introducing plants and '
Trinidail. cornspon. ; '*; cleaned: from rust and discoloration! I liyi'tibiiiiig
: breaking the lint s by pulling: oat a GARDEN SECTION
: iM. aaainst t
-e ae- i I them with a brush clipped in
table! a li'.tle or turning a chair. .\ lowseat ,
i "rain in rain! ? the paraffin oil and then! in
emery powder
d,.. sixteen inches ill height: runiuni: 'b } .Jj -CD I1-o
slaad! I
of Patos. onSovereignty alterward (iol.:>h le with a piece
around a curner uiid along; one side of (4'
N- i:?; \ I of tlannel or thamoK Kits of hantl.I .
the t. brcik of door Peasaco1aF1orida
room > some or
.1'i U anj not iu thor \ ,fI I sonic 1.Wand this does not mean ex I "
\\'inluImn's: siiace and furniture and
{ .j 1: !ix-nsive real laces but the gcod: trim- _
adds a churning effect. It should! UuphoNtered I I II
0.. -r th' island is I and Laxe only! an occasionally tiling; tact's whose serxice for one season : Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. been marie on a hat by no means exhauststlieir -. ---- -- --- -- -
rather small and carefully seIwted I
'r !I' :;dT! clainstii I pillow. Low 1 iHHikshelves.... :1 u'oI.t'ulne"'hll1lc1 lie carefully Beautiful Lots for Sale.
i i looked after ami preserved.
.1' '1 I 1 olJ /
aty built agaiiirt the wall furnish without I ... o/. i
.. : .
:ii, .,orrimg Ehd: !lit.tohnl I furniture,not but extended care uust in le tkioUtilti taken that I -::'<"" .'. \ ::{.f.'I":- 40x137% feet at from $75 tq $200 each, according
they are -
I : 1 i! If a ('!llmnl''ahbl'S. finthrow a
.. .
,,, .
\ : location and
:: t 1 ; i.\rJ to surroundings.
I oiu a r>tRiitbt line. A carpet of a '(r. ". _.. '> Li.i mil!! il! of stilj!i'hur into the grate. .\sII. :
I I'' ,.. h..,ii. : \JJ'{ .. .. j.t.
solid color greatly increases the efteit ( ? .
..- ..llphlllllntliUIl'S! as'-eiid the fire I
.. t1.. ; I of space. "",, >.. ''\1'...",,,"- ..';.. '......:'."i.o.J .., ., ,r. ..:t: I in the liitunewill dIe out Exceptionally GoO'l Jfeigkboriwod, Beautiful View
.. ') i --- --- ,; ';'.;;! ':! ; ': Nl !"'J -- 1 High, Dry Fertile Lands.

Tie Iririalit Piau,. ;a k. ... '\" ....t.ri
I t\ : ,. ; ; i -
... '- '....i. .... Ihm't 1I10i"h'lI'ullr food with the
Cor ol orii utal for '
: 'I K .L RALLY. we\e come
L Ilea of sa\ing your twth. It sfioils) The grandest opportunity for investment ever
the tKicl.s of uptight: 111:4 IIO. but tln-.v
> Tilt'' III' (.i 01. s I. | -Mf\ I
's He'd'! at are by no means! lll'ul'in'n oxrinientilig . t'lteeth: and you will soon lose them. offered in PensaCOla.
"IT Way \ "III"I'.T I "I 'til.; 1-:1"I | < -om --

I --=. (. i. ("- hou"l'kl''I'er who wislieil i the s\'i'i! .. illlllI""r I > \.ill
.1 tl\i
| ;!
1 Soiuhlinmt brushes should l-e turned
., but could nut altord/ one of thoeItougLt Borne Seekers Should See These Lots.
-la Gain w lin h i'!.o-t of her :ItWlft''S1"- lamiar. listlf side down
) to dry.
substitute and at much
as a
I- : -t Episcopal .\ notable c-xceptk.n. liowe\er.
---- --
less cost one jHirtiere. This I
.1 i educational : is the bronze statue of Admi'.al Lsek4Ii V Cl1.,1 bbS
was: too long and too narrow but apiece I inhering Suni'nfr foldsDim't
'd iter the au. >p'.its! I : of .\uh'riln na\y: lame, nowstaiiuii I .. a .
taken from the bottom was fitted let a cold run at tln-s -PIOH.Sutiiiiifr : ,
I 1' i !. i iIlPZP : : :; in the Hopkins park I'nni
'. ", '. listl'nptt to at the side, and second piece was : (itlice.Mrs.. : cold- are the nardf---t kin I to Corner Garden and Alcaniz Sf reefs.

added at the top to go over the lid of i cure and if neglected may linger
-; I.1'. n Kitson was born in !Brookline
speeches the piaiio. A pattern in shades of gold I. along for month-. A long-ie,:e like-
< .. i ':icchanc and began the actual i>tu<1y of uioi5<-l- I tbis will pull down the strongest cuntitution. Y. C. HRENT. WM.: H KNOWLKM. w. K. in iu. .I IS., J. 5. KliKHE
III ed effect cLuscn which
a Mni"
I lug when tiftwu years of :'.:'". thmii: i One :Minute Congo Cure Prl'fild"nt. Vice.ITcstdi-ut. lblt. Ast't Cuh1sFirst
lent itself readily to the picrciiigscheme
i '>', .'r the dlrrc'in. i long; bit'ore that time she had jjiM-n : will bieak up the attack at 'nice.Safe '

'I) .-, : the colljci and the new cover is extremely pfouiiM' of rtijtie ubilt.I! lit>t : sure, act-s nt ,'JI('''. Cures !

: .\i'orris Brown I oavetie. iIIstrIlrt'r vit'j bury HiMson Kitson. coughs: coldcreup, bron'hiti..alll National Bank]

the well kitown sculptor;! \\lium sheat'teru.ird i throat ana lung; trourde-j. The cluKI-! i

uarriekl.A ren like it. Hargi-- I'h:mnacy, John '

.: ,. ut rosiiit for fft'h littK I.HI'rIrs.: Kit.vMi. then TLeoiiu I, :Shej-piird Sidney K.ihn. :
>ntinnec! Quit' -
;:!les. htiulUtl\ lira will:: in I'aris un- : -- or PSKSACOLA. FLA.
ices listened toIT : :: I
(I. r I ii:.:IUM-l.'iuveret and ('outnil.t I rrl|>tinii.A .
\ ":: th('!'<> \v hii ;. eignattA: is on prory box of the (f"nniieLiative
TabletS 1 ht Nine time ulone and uitl.ont any i iooteacler| in Promo. England : DIFt.EOTO: : :{ SI t
the: must Jlrvmi Brorco-Qu'mine
this city. the r....eJy that CUltS .
cutitinued taotk-lin "I beg to inform that in :
n'.il \ .III'IIII'h ? : JOH D. Q. BREST: ,

*', 1.1 ':iYtriaI; size of ,1'1 Hay aiiil InrinK this period produced my opinion your son is suiTcnng! fromuijopia '

; dill her tirt stltu.0\:<1;: ()n>litIK" i' and his case reiiuin-s prompt! I "
s ; enough to con- staIr f'rsrI.ct. J

I n i- the greatest; olt \ l u.\ia; a , rurpet. set I'. This was exliibitiil at the Salou :! attention." Tbe next riu.:11 d.i:> tlie box I Iiur.'iilit '. feip l IB M l rn q kH| t ti Q !

il I catarrh or cold in vtra \.I.i :w.i foM: fit a Pt.''... it eachrrtl. and ih xouthfttl! creator seventeen, back this ", niiiiest"Mlsti ; ti t

..uize. iju ceuts. All II you do thi.. run will be altlein : years tH. att*'. still in hurt dr.sits and 'i : i r. pleii-w kn K-k it <'litIf .1 ito. as .
Wt mail it. -- -- ----- --- -
wearing her hair in bug; braids down I I nin't got time.
sifit MiUK'tiiuis hitfli'
: : I. ;.Vi Warren Btreet the oiiiu-l list back reeiiml I hoimraiile! mention.lnile J"We d"\W' our OT.I BIts! ol EichanK'- ilrtat Brtt&ln 1nJs t
.1111.:11I10w"I': anil by this meai.s
New York 1 Germany, Frii.ce.; Aoetna. Ithly Holland, '!4Jn. gel fDID. FiasBld, N i
-d. slio: was the youngest person Ti- Sniini.-in I.i ni iiie.
it all
.. .oil:, I :->strrt Albir.y. N. Y. .\ ''n.ill p't worn e\euly o..r.1I.
Ki \" BROS. :-I sullnred .'! \1 Iii lU't li.i\e the edges of the who ever reeeiuii honors frill the fa- !I Speaking the fie\iiiht\. ol tIe ;aawniii way H redijp. D. rniarr!: BLd oar haropiai cocetr't

ir.. c it.-.rrii citul tried ditfpr- ills It.-.kiii t'ia.\ed and sliatiiiy vhilol 1 uions institutiou. laiisnasri': :\.1 rs. Isnbel SJiotii: -- -
:: ;: C"VeseI.. DI..b'tr.j rpon th.. Kr't KaTora"3e Tenrs. ard .i. t
I 11"- itliout f'tfpct.itl'r From tins time on she \\
uutroilUi'u IJ'
"t tin oi.iiH.-t I "
l 1"01] t. OlIgalInns TdJu.n PayJie: a. Port of T'eajmi.: .K Ttc >' KUlon: r ,
1"IIt'l'f yi-ur Cream Balm .Hid fresh.biii self entirely to sculpture. Iu 1SS J one 1, we tie). to heat with a ,.tid to pa\! sItar Vesnei ArrJoaLVSafety r'

'I'i r-: .f and 1 c'inuot praise ---- 1 of her first busts made from life was I'll It nuisictd in-tinmuit. t.> n-pn vi.

_. .... such remedy. % Cliiltiren l!.>eia to 'tVntL. accepted l b>. the Salon committee as to tattoo to open a "t'in. to w-i 1':''i cloth, Baoo-blt, Box: for Rent tn ConnootioQ

7 i s:Miss 11:1.i: COK.VViuAKi>. L.Xu| >riuie.its ujiou l.S5 children; the standard of sculpture in the American I I lu:.: bj beatinu and to (sins .. somtri I with which -wo h3..e n. Privs A1a.rtmRnt for thfit n..,
slum tblt1.1'u I>,T cent begin to walk s .eliui of the Paris eii>osition.i i i sault. of RAnt rsi.

uiider! the ,i:::.- of twenty-four niotth t Mrs. Kitsu'i was rl'prt''t'nt.od nt the I ------
.1, li.if.Vt 111..* Ihr Term.
a littlituor half Ix'triii under fourtet-u 1 U'orM's fair by two statues symbolic : The world's coalfields cover at leastuiiles.

I ,' .. iimd being an" old. maid n. :osn'-ti'ird Ixiii; under twi-lve of the forest (>Michigan: "Piues"antI I :,:;jII"'- 'l1 ltllrE' I YOUR HOME FREE !
illod! one. Pas !"".'<'cd
., iii"mil.>. .II.:.d It) I'r cent l htollI under "Oaks. Tln-Mf ti'iiri in bronze are -----
i \ '" \\ uear.middle
t..n 1II1>-llhs. Tiu-ee! tiabiesjut of thevlil. now iu the Museum of Finerts.. Detroit. Many penplo think 11:1 u .1-1t. ut tirni _
1 d I ii: tin' 1 .i.:.1 ",.it old
... \ iiutuix-r Ix.;.;.iu to walk undereitit .-IiOston I It'mill.f'.Jr."u to iron stcUiig; but it tli .\ I !! .1 t \ "l Mil llty

I '.'i' ,.I! .i.- ii" I',1: \ Ulaiot !- / months.! out the dlffereni-e; b<-twe--ii darning' ijtjI ....,.......... .. ....t,.. ..,." .. ,,-..., "
; the Teilrooni. ironed and uiurouul: stockings: ihiy I.ur. "'...., .. .., '1' ... 'l-...
: .1. 'u.
'j! I ,, ,
l ::11. : .i i Licit to :llli \ 4 t."II. "" e'",,,
I CII.I..iii...... The 1.,11"1(1111. tllllu,'h pnuiarilr a will speedily change their Ideas. ...,"' ....,,! 50 .'.'.'. 11..1." .. _
: : !ft l :. Ioa"1": i :. :art< r I ii mied ..''''....1'..... ....'.'"11,.. ......'. I. .......1..11,
I ami <.|.Jd'IIIuh| to be I "I always endeavor." said tIle niitri-- .tace where one may p-t: refreshing ..1....... ,I' '" .1".,," "" .... I:, ... "alla. ......,
- a I ....... '...... ,....
I' I..II..r 10"
"' .1.
raveletlIoett '
the '
..I I .i ,'r. .t" the tpmstcrs of the m I > ( iiicoiiMiiontial arguinebt'"litIi ,, of .Irt.-Is alwi a place to .. ,('9. ..11.1.1.... 1tI.. ...,- .. "
<> .in | .... ., .. .. ,
'. ,
\ lu\ <> to .t.1. I know a "I Irid! troub: h-H" I..f"'" t.t.: ,1..1I
\, hat' olijeet in viewV" he was dream III b.v day as well as by night a kidney 01 ir.-iirp.-.I.1IiU I .-l..rti :'1 "
> .it l..ast sixty years old ",iye J. J. Cox of Valley'Iew. Kv, .. \'T. i.v si-I. '%;...xl'-/V.s ui.;..-: ; :) .. I ,
luiii'of I '
i in when one an I s..i "d ..., :
uatnrallx asktsl. place to rest in mL y "II""I it ". \4
i.i I" I. I.
!. .w.
.1 rll 101.n. >(.' to herself as "thitt I could not work. 11Ir..tot. wi-r .1. iLe-,. .. .
; ., -1. "- ..l'". .." ". y.. or ,1
sacred to ,
.. i "M ch i t* uij" wife a rbanre to pro\e !leisure :i place in short : rwoilen -H-ijr.'and I wa. '4. I II i t...... i'1lI '..aris.. '4a.4 '..,'.
r I I. Kah! I'm n "I'inst.r to iinint-Ti ,
"the I :N, i I,, I .'Ii,I., 'I ii' ,ii lsIru-nt. I i' '' .)
!U'.l'u.l "i. :iinthiiilse merotiu, and this so delight; her (oiu-sclt. where one may go. confined to my bed ami phy-iriaJl'VP't' Good. ......ivP S'l-.. o.)1,s o-,..,. .', or. : t'tT1i... ali" .. .... I '..rd.j-'I' ,101', ip
you tradable la woild! forjMtln by the world foruot." wills.' .1,. I .. r oiL". \S's ... l't.. \h'II>'y',1I .. ,..." "1 I tiiiit! '' I
that her generous-ly
", opi :I l.aoh t .'Kir jrirl : III'f! \ 1111JIU\ n liifv .n ."",, : .,. -f .. \\1.I t "r r \1 ,..11w i. ,,'. 'h' I.i.. ," @t )
:ill i he more ttnportant wlth'f.-CLI" Its 1."llIi"it.| thereforo. are comfort : !\I! doctor finally prp-cfit Foley'- \ In. I'" .\0:, I.a. II I? I '0'' ,... I I.. .... ,".., ""., II.. .."".. : I y.
DlAn.1",0 .. MiAt..';LLi1LLilL' ." ; 1.I..r.' t.o,,, ., h.ui dday ..Jr
eajjo Pot-t. a restful atmosphere ai.d such beautyas Kidn v Cure which m nl.- a well

An I\tanntluii. I I "" may I..'. man of tn..." \\'. A. D'Alemln rtn. r SALVONA SOAP CO.. Cur 12th & rIm Sts.. ST.. Louis MO.

.-f .\ "11 \\ ill I"ula"l to. c.'t I e.\\'In: cnau: BY m.oou B.\I.\I: 1 Very handsome or l'lilllOr\le! furniture 121 :S. fa I I(.,x. ___

i -.,.! ;:re>>. aiiil t d a I'.fJeml. I I ... IjrnuH1F -
would seem out of place in a bc -- -- ------- .

SIltl"l.1 All >-kin situ UliMid Pi..Viti'l. CuredMr room a inl in no room are inharmonious If you want a time present tn! give
." iin>wetitl the : tt) a friend, go and !look! through the NOTICK.I CHOICEST
combinations umVarable.
>-. :M. I.. .\.ilniiFre1uuiia., .Al i ,
iii ii"Miti'iiirct! the .situation. bedrooms leant line of suitable: articles, at have been authorized to takub ; .
took li'it.inic! Hlood itiltn which tfteetu.illy The most successful an -OK-
: ... :i :;.11':; to his own Mate he : often found ill unpretentious homes be- J. Stephens: ;;, you acrely can find < ,crtjitio'ifor Wtii. J "nmng
I cured TH eatina nicer of .omthinfr; to please! y<-u. If yourant
l.uik alliT ilfCTtoiK lllUllt
I HiDili's I Iioiiie to litMlIt the no-? and faee. Theore- hleil canthere. simplicity and taste Dln.tL. .inythiti in the Diamond: line Hryiufjiaper. "The Conuiinner. f FRIIIT AD CONFECTIONERY f 1 1AT

; I I usctl instead of expense.Ihe Insure to s I\A him before you hay. The price i- 1 i.Of' per y'ar in advanoe. .
: ne p'ts to eoiiCTess ir 1 1 ere ti!' perfectly. M .my doctors hail.iv'x .
ln-lie\e! In banishing .
Jajianese! ,
IHo-se\ .je-lril. th.! {iat> !rcin
.. to lestVasliiujjton star. : up; her t-a-e ah'>j'el"-". huiiilredi Uilroiim which is -
from the everything
of irn-es ..f cancer eating I have it -ent to t'' 4'1' hyPI.r.dinlit .

... -..n.-. -upi'.-rdtinjt *.. HlIniijs.ti-.. not really necessary tu comfort. Water coolers that do not .ll() tu the undersigned. C. APOSTLE'S
Lt' I'nlher Like !'i.>
!Irtve heea cared by llloo.l H.iiai, All things! useful they make a" deo- H. M. R.H-HK ,
the Willis
mined to call Ute tli'ar ltM waste ice at
: 1'\mill'a otlier Mr I ,*. B. M. (tuertiev oratia .iK>s&iMe. but for nieron:;;- fare Daily New

I. :"II.'' $.'1i.j Mrs. llenpeck. i Warrior :Stind, Al. Her 11..-.; and' meiit nothing is addetl, Uti)'-'.... !t I.lse |I..- '. Hardirare Co. 's. 1--- __ ::4 ESS! GOffli ;,:;nt St.,,

,.. .'iy dt':ir." protested Mr. I lip wore raw a- bnrf with "tl"ii-; vtdichaije \ : containing flower. arraiiLtd: II'> .
Foruieriv ( o' d.vB '
it he should grow ir>. I froiii 11(:.' t'allllHI'. only the Japanese can do. -" Woman -tsuraI Stai.d
: ,s Every f e ,' ,- : .-,d 'if Pose! v II) UTL
: .. .\ a-tr-strons; woman Doctorlied: cnuinn'; n Their custom will bear cor-"! '!.it nil PARKER'SHAIR .. 1\ jim
and fillet) Jtlood Kdiii healed the BALSAM : \. IS li-T.Blr I _i-wM, ,: !I'.w ,t. I:! 1l1 pm OIlZ"1J
u'ooaoh. : biuiself 'I b.v tu! housewife of our we-i : I n: \' 'oI.i.for k -
(liii,.. aud bu" '.::. the bar.! : \
irt-s. :tid :Mr*. tutT'iPj' i l-* a- I. VURUt'vShirknq;
it wouM Lt' for 't !
"w easy tiy this mcthoil the utmo-r ut- 1 lromokiuz '.nl ,rtt'" t Spray
I w. I l.i! < f>" ..1'. llotinic: I I'.lood B-t tin z s. ...ger Fn'B 10 Hwlnre Oraj t.. '' "vJ '' '. : ''' ''''.'' '''''' '
.. Marion to Mary Ann"1'lesS. itchini !humor. iit.,.%. simplicity and repose alt. possible. )4 .to us youthful Co.or. ".............- .j .. ', '/ .,. .' tftAt
al-o .
: cures eczema :; Curei w.."v a I i iII.d .f seib'! .tiui "t'a111'1,1'! p.mi-, ulcer-. ). .Ill .,,,ltl '0: ''"'-r'.., ___.;/ "."" ..,.. !L

.., ., pimple*, bio.>d P' i-'I1. C:ITbuialei \d.II'nuty and daintiness. Mid lule I.t ...... 4.1.1 Ii r it. :lyf'.j .:'M e'Il'cnor
v ".i.I > ) )''"Iflent. .
| | : -croful.i ri-i iit. and bunpon : Is left to be desired. of s..J! ; It,' V' r to B.13.1mIt :

\ 11\1' mediciii0 I H a di*- I HIP kill and all I I blood troubles.- I'liirtionis s) appointed may be easIly <:w't.>.'..l..l MT. 4,"Mrti":..1..'no 1 r'r!!.... ... t .t".> tno I[1 jf yaifa.C "-J l .. @9f
| .1 I ik I'
I HruI-t: fl per larue bottleMiuple kept In order and free from Ilu' l. It". ,
: hut you don't want tr ir'a- i r :,-in- I 'tr ui4 8 ii" ,r the
I of Kot.aiic Bused Jiilm fre that foe to comfort and health.l If You Have YII".I'rl.. ,11". ""I ("'I.LtO.. .... .1 jT .. :
III.I : iiI brpk the !-"l.1nds.f and prepiul by writing J>lood B.iln: .t'4 'Ii I UI\ tn 'iii.
t Room %>c Times Hldg. Nw York u'I IRIi
.h n..' tCUE'
,." uui bowel. DeWitt'* Co AtUnt (}.i. c-cnbe trouble

.. i :y i i--; rnever it11iOii1t. and special medical adviceent it: .IIIU1..IInn For P"r.nh. I !

M.-f t'l" *y tein or all poison :sealed l.-ter. It i i5 certainly w.'th: What will I IK to many a new thoughtIu

l 1111Itt..rall.1: it.) it *o > reiitlr while invn.iijatiiicuch t remark'abl regard: to children is the sufstio'i RheumatismURICSOL LODGE UIHECTOHYKNIGHTS YO'JaSElFJt '

i 'yth... pl..>!|":Jllt fciTPCt .- remedy a* Bl-'o.1 ii urn cure made in (ood IIoasekeepniL-. .it tid- rtI4Kc.1 di..r- Kigti.. lit unrntunjirrr
&amigaei..ti isi,
i :"ti'e to the !H\er. Cure the mo-t awful wor-t and mo-i: rs could add much to the bai-piiie ofl'hihln'n (, 1.y&' is or -. ** uiIU4

-- liverind : blood diease.Foley's ". to *n .rs. Of Ui tt': torpid : preventn i deep-seated if, instead of painting 'he fu- the greet tested tadrniorsed OF PYTHIASllgf. [ rrtin* .icudog. FII-.\ ,}. tc'oit astzi2.

fkMI'll inn-icy John i il. I tare very bright tLe effort should t>e I <" UfornuiKfiuwy .. ThmIli4.5Ci4UCiC. f"- -rPQWJU.

1 l. "'UI'-'y! K:du.! the that tLeirs I will cnre Pf'nllacola No. 3. K. of P.. t1ClsMAClQ _. t1d by Drugtht ,
joys are
to lay stress on
: Honey ana su-u 51"> (cure Lirer. Kidney sad U.sA. ore-nt in tlala Wr&i5-P.
alone. It i suggested that H. ::1I'tt.'ild d-ees. cau-sed by an exresi o{ t' me:t every Monday ner. # If piiit, (utJ.
cures colds prevents pnumooiaCASTORIA I nne ec:I. It never tails and builds up InK at '.'.) at Canle Hal / 4) | .Iu, -M l-.. I5.uruim .
:..y's Kidney Cure': of Baying.: "You may not do that now: the health and rtrergth while using it a in tbe Bloont. WstoiF ; i5t Ofl z.-a&.,.

wait until you are older," we would I 8.,ud ktamp for book of wonderful cer- }iulldtngthird EoorVlsltlnK .

r ,. ld cv,> and Kd&.r: i1.It. i My. "You may do that: nowblll ttiemes.. Price. fl per hottle. For *aei welcomed bretbrenlordlall' M CHIOr ..s.t rUjLISH
b If druggist can notr
; > your
jnii are young: ; Liter you can.iot do it." siirply you it will he sent prtptud upon .. H A I.It. FE'riNYROYft !. PILLS;
'e. HOR8HH!
ne of our celebrated receipt of price. Address l f Oriel iKM hj ;. .. ..,.
For Inlants and CMldren. we could'He our H'iliK'ii a i" 'rati! KR."M. < ... ._. ; .

'. S. Felt Mattresses. \.ilii-Ml; 1 M-u-.e tft l'rro-.::.t'.e'i.(I tike Uricsol Chemical! : Co.. los AgetesCa] _f-_4.<_,.';' _i.., nIlOH, .;.'''d I-._!-: ., t. "(.LJ-U, -'Ooof

never pack or groir The Kind You Have Always BcugS! ai.i..' much of the e.i\y tLeftl: toward or the Reasonable household -": :---.1 i<. f\ ,......,.-..... -.lIta.1.-u"b... ..,....dI p..rM'J..l....

I. Better than a Ii air adults. It Is surprising; !how lamar &, ?.kIa Drug Co., Atlanta, 6a. I'L- .17' si.r ::;; '.:. .-:.. .. ._ -( .

: Sears tn&SInAUfd many times in a day a mother anis! : and kitchen utensils at the. \'C' Ij. "' "1.II.r I.., ..... .,. ...
..... t h the Distributing Agents. : L ...,. ".it iIIi-u .. .... ...8 h,
e a alf price. of occasion for sajinir.; "Wait until you a"" I I-....I ',_I..H...
I Willis Hardware Co.'s. 's- .....u. 1.J.... ........... lUALA. ""
,t'lI(5' fuinrt. i are older.." o:. -.Yhcn TQU "W r. I


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ti ) CITY WORK .


4 BY RAILROAD COMPANY. CRAND LARCENY. : the democratic executive committeeof WE AX (Ol"Xl'ITHE ARRIV\ .

BOARD OF PUBLIC SAFETY RECEIVED the third couffressioual district
i CELEBRATED a a ..c < t t .
1= AND CONSIDEREDBIDS I has received a notice from Chair-,

T With characteristic quietness, and I :Sallie Miller, colored, until a few I man J. F. C. Griggs that he has

i uuknowu person perhaps other !i days ago, was employed as a servant I THIS MORNINC. called a meeting of the new committee i I, EDWIN CLAPP SHOESFOR

It : than transient; railway employe'?i: by the family of Mr. Leopold; Mayeron I I for Monday Sept. 29, at Talla- j

1i 1a +: the L. & N. railroad company today i( West Chase street. the left her I At a regular meeting of the boardof I hassee. I

15 s; finished a notable undertaking commenced position rather suddenly and coincident -; public safety this morning at 11 I The object of the meeting is; to ,
f ; t several: months ago. That with her departure the con- j o'clock bid for feeding prisoners, effect a permanent organization and i ito >

s 6 F! J.b was the fitting up of the space of I tents of two savings banks, amounting shoeing stock and furnishing medicines I arrange for a series of public :;

t i t } Pen acola and Floma- to I20.EO! were as strangely miss; meetings and speeches by Hon. Win. i i iB.
track between
: ; for the year were received, All styles, all leathers, all sizes, all widths ; a shoe built d I.;'
Lamar, candidate for congress
+;t 1. tnii with heavy: 70-pound rail, iin- ing. considered and contracts awarded. i and others throughout the district. others, built ju-t a bit better than the best. Call and we \\1 i .
g Loss of the was discovered .
t- : ported from Germany. I money Judge Frank Maura will feed the Every member of the committee is them. You need not feel obligated: to bu)'.

'I Several hundred luau have: been ;soon after the servant had gone, but & will requested to attend.LOSING j
1, dtc i i prisoners, Bpitzer : Creary
for number of weeks it was known only to Mr. Mayer and .
a engaged on ] .: !shoe the hordes of the fire depart i

tin job and the la-t substitution; w as; j his wife who questioned a second :
and the will
ment Hargis Pharmacy WEIGHT ? $5.00 TO 7.00
k'.. 'i'' E nude this! morning; jut above servant about it. This servant offered furnish necessary medicines.The ;; "-

Moulding.: The track is now solidly I; to have her trunk searched board was called to order at',;t' Then your food i* not being properly I

) she had but |2 tied which : dige=ted and perfect digestion | ...PAIR.. .
,,t t"s,. fitted from this! city to : saying; up 11 o'clock. All members were .
prrtsent and assimilation are p;;-ential to thp I:
otnplete with the heavy ted and she I.tdand.. When the trunk of solid tlesh. To
I I but Mr. Johnson, whose duties putting ou bring 'IHo"tE'ttt'r's ,
1; of Quest tretebeof was searched the saving; of about this change you should take'
if tone the single i ir i meagre I SOLD EXCLUSIVELY PENrSACOLA /I. )
would him attend ,
: not permit to Stomach Bitters. It will'

h .', r : .u-k railroad in the entire :South. this domestic were found to have i ibel'n Mayor Jones was present. put the stomach in trotid condition ,

r ; A well-informed railroad ni.>n aid extracted, further strengthening : and nuke digestion perfect. It also
Minutes of the previous regular : cure HKADAI HE, IXSOMVIA Dv-

1 'f ,. ; I: I i-t night that he believed the comi u-pi ion against; the Miller meeting were read and accepted I'KIMA. AXli LIVER AM KlI>XK\ MEYER SHOE CO.

.1 : :,: ,". ::y will not build the double track ;girl. I without !' Coyl ri..t i Nip. 1Ve urge; you tll try it. ,
change./ It never f.ub.HOSTETTER'S.
y4t iu-: yet but has done the next best When r. Mayer opened: the front ;: :
I A communication F. C.
t feet FiiinMiiT* fur <(< ash! (Onh.
it ;.' tiling, and! that was to properly1ireugtheu .i door early the other day he found a' Brent praying permission to tear

L ," the track. The letter oa the knob. It was addressed ;
t : single; down a cow !stable and build anotherone 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.WvWWth' .

I t' : -unia: /gentleman said that UO wasnl to himself and in it the writer, I its STOMACH BITTERS. -
.\ I I in place was; read and acted .
I -
f; informed the company: intended toI signing ":-;allle Sf1i1er," confessed to I ; '

'f run tu Pensacola .)mEl of their i, havingtoleu the banks' contents I on favorably. 1 -- W. 'I id,.
Special OHicers Sanders and Ray
t r; heaviest engine, and now not com- and al!*.> savings; of the other girl. I THE WEATHER
'i il asked to be reimbursed for the hire I
flit further south thin: Montgomery.The In the same afternoon Mr. Mayer '
fi I of a hack on a recent urgency call : LOUIS FRIEDMAN & CO. :
: road bud: can easily bear these had a visit from his former servant, '
t when they afforded protection to an TODAYLocal

y "I } unehines since being repaired. i who, without questions, began to important witness iu the burglary
A very remarkable: thing in connection deny that !she had' written the letter.
;; who had been threatened.The .
cases, ,
'ir'' urrm' -' In.n' trail, !r u" __
with this improvement i is the =She claimed, without having seen'It board granted the request.A l-'oreca-t-8iJowt'r' tonight Thursday EW GOODS) "UI "tl>r'' I getting; 'filli"d a, 'r, it' _

fut that regular sciieJules have : that the name was not spelled lair light to fresh south "iud-. -hltUIII{ fir-t peel''otd floor I.f all i't! I L.t, -t III III'!
bill against Police Otlicer Bol- : to west anJnortbwe
4 a. }. been uninterrupted by the work, the i ii correctly and therefore she could line was referred back to complainant 'I -Gi(
contractornever taking up mor-- noll have written it. I I I Just RpCf-iVfd a Land-owe f' f" "" I
t. f I for more explicit: information. in Last 21 Hours: line of silk and Flannel \ I It.O {tfl X '1 II I.

:: .. ,, :, rail.than could be replaced before ,i i he asked that she l be allowed toj I Kids for city work were then taken I' MRTHUUUIMiuilllUlil. .. .. .__. iAdecrne! Wdi-tsfrom . . . . l 00 par' |) .
r .. .. ... ...__...... ..
hathe letter. It
t'4 ;t r vtilar trains were due to pass the being an !important up and considered. Requests were Ii!!

t ';( '-not. The only change: made in the I clue, and fearing; she would i i I : Temperature Elsewhere : Ju-t H'-ceivf-d ()IIP nf the Halld". mt''t Lines nf 1.\ III E1ft;
.f I' had from the following parties: all

p J; J' running of trains was that southrnunj ;, destroy it, Mr. Mayer refused and promising to do a* the city required. I. Atlanta ... ... . .m..... ...).4i\8X. Mm,- DKE-: rKIRTr'over shown in IVnxaoola Pit
Kmimrck .. ......"H .11,
I ;N! 1fi trains from. Uoulding to the the girl became very angry. Names and amount of bid 1 l'blcl\jo. ..... ..... .......M ,
: were as i i I Cincinnati .. .......... ........wtalv'eatoa '. Carpets, Mattings and Rugs =
: !'v! were run on the east: instead oft An amicablt settlement of the I follows for feeding city _.... .. .. ......._ tin ;i OK
'[ prisoners I Huron .. ........... T4 :>iJncksoUMll" ALL DEM.-RIPTIOXS.:
west track. matter was attempted with thegirl's month .... .... .. "t ;-
i per : i Kan-as tity ..... .. m" I1 '" I :: t-: P-i': nwf-llt we can ;:a"U motley Hw- il'K II. .
: t : father ..fe-terdey, but he re-I[ George Neely . . . ....$11I 00iW. Kt'y best :'> -.' any i-lit petttiou. P4 !
.. '
: BIDS TO BE LET fund to have anything to do with it L. !Gilmore. . . .. I IfisTi Mobile Memphis. .. ...7i 1Montgomery ,';.. -- ,.

and a warrant was made against; I lOeo. Wilson .. . .. .. .. 175 UujiMrs. New: Orleans .. ... .><>0- 7 I- I PHOLSTEUY( GOODS of every Inscription. W., i ::1lIt %"-

t ; her. I"he'a;; arrested by Special ) :\Wilson .. .... ...... HOOoj> { Sew York .. 7', .i received one of the large-t lines ever brought! nert. ....
THIS AFTERNOON j jOHicer 'avannah .._ -. 7 \\',. the p
can uvn: you money on goods.
v j Frank Maura . ... .. 147 50 !st. Louis 7' _
Binder", I BiCR
Jos. Commvns .. .. ... . 17i;: -
'j I I! In the police court this morning 00'i i SHOES! ,< SHOES!! ,< SHOES!!!
> l'boanl! iif public wmks will : After a full discussion; of the matter -
t t .r I sh.j was very disrespectful and was in which i MARfflME.S By the Carload for Men, Ladies and Children !If .
\I't: uj-" t ill regul ;:*s.jon at :.i o'clock every one present par-1,
i''called down several times by the can't! get what you want here', there is uo u-- t ,, _.
1 H tni- afternoon and among otiier: I' tidrated, Mayor Jones; moved that '-r-- fur it ..1-pwIJt'rt'e have what you want n.i 81
'i I mayor and 1 court oth'cer. Evidence EXPORT:
hard beat.
the bid of Frank Maura be bumes3 will acceptedon
award hit
for .hoeingtock ; her and she ror date ,, t!(
i t ag.uu-t was too strong Sept iiiin-r to > I :*M' Ptir- LadleButton and Lice Flue 'iI'" ..
I condition the
: 1 under jurisdiction of th.dy,1!i. was bound over to the county authorities [ party agrees to AJiIl" r.n. vj 5" and ":?.INI. t" cln-foiit at only *1 I.>.> II''
: furnish a bill of fare to be fixed by
removal and disposition of garbage;: A warrant for grand larceny Am -,'h liiinnn ('hr.-Ima. 1 1.. Ax' I'.r l --- MIO
,i the board and also the of N "w rlcaa> to matrrllrsAuru .
stud of supplying feed for tile -dick. furnishing -t Kelinoat17.\ Koit.r-,
: w.f I'bt.n: d agatti-t her. I Louis Friedman & Co.
I bond that of pico to 1 ulI'I'ran'lt ( oi ;
Numerous a equal to the present .
mcled to ,i span Mu.lnleno, 1777, Luzarrasa, ii\-
i I contractor. This contract to ,rpoul 'Ii Cuban ports to,uif Trai.Mi I 0I'LF.AIIEIJ.
1 ; .- .:lerk. is

1 E '' THIESEN STORE I stand from October 1 of this year to I' 1Jf MPM Wv Y'JIEV j
Am rli :Sinirud.. Ma>'o, by master for
k- X101:5 lOr.t.KMl.NY.: ; the same date next year. ;Mr. :Maura : New UrlcaDs, light-

.., BUILDING RENTED'i La had considerable experience in I Ar >i AKA.NT1NF. \ ORLEANS COLLEGE OF PIL\HJI\ \\1'1.'
: Particular Iratelcm 1 lie -- thisb'usiu, having: fed the city $pan--L-onora,1<..< Ku-titiza. l.i\, .rpoi i
I Tilt uban to Uulf Transit Co;
{ port-
; h..p"nulun..rIn'llt'1I, ,\iti.-le.. j prisoners; for a number of year. ,
II H. Krei-s & Co., novelty dealers of A ""liool\ I'liartuar: ) ('undu. ted liy l''arllll''I IMt -

"I haJ drank code- -nice bahyi '' New York, had a repreeutativenere : The board took into consideration ,II I NAVAL STOlltX MAUKKI. I,1! t. ,'n.1;r.u' I.f. t ur ..rit', I 1. I'mrnt'irj' I ,i-tr .i't i i'i "i I I"I' 'I \ t .:
: 4td. and ilth.ougli I was very nerv the low bid of Mrs. WiUou! but regarded 1wT'k1. t .I'.1Ni. PhS91"1'.I.! i ,tl.t t Mill-.1I.\:! :MHJ;< \ .\\iimoiioui S ,
I ..>'is rind dys>pptic, I could not and; yesterday who signed a lease': Ueporieil DAily for The Nrwr lij ''n'lliii.,. '' ii'i :ti-n ,1 ii 'in'i: ti,1' i- niiii ":ilj pr"c : sal ,'iIoI .
: that as altogether too scntl n .,.I.\ll'I.' (t..p"I.| .i.:i 7' 'nnJ7'7 ( .\M1'>IKKKI \ ,, '' t
uld believe tlru :
w"> not cnt-e had : Union Naval Stores Co.
I for the occupation of the north ;store -
I .iiiythin: to ito with it. writean : for a successful performance of the ROnlS.ion ,
".i I AuiTiran lady now livmg in+ Slui of the Thie-eu block as a business ; ww _.... .... fi I.i H.... .. ... n 1 i, \ '
i t ',Ic'. !. Uermany. -taud. Terms of the lease were not contract. I''WU........ .. :I'" U. \NWI. i' iV rjI OPERA HOt ..E

: ')Jy phy-ic-iun finally conviucHi Two bids for furnishing medicines N_.... .. :ait F..... 1.;,
1 Hit that: coJIi--: wa tt tl.e bnttom nf l nuJ- public bat t is; understood to | j I;: M .. .... 214.1 E....... I ..i, I I' . ". .

't ,. : all my troubles, aiid I tried minytiUiw : have been :it an annual rental of $2I. ,- ''|,were received. The bidders were i i It _.. .. .._....._... : i.i D..... ..... I !
4 ; to take lt" place; but' ti'j> ;: Sidney Kahn and the Hargis; Phar- .: L... ..... .._ I ,. t..t: below I ." NIGHT'I
: ', st,-fled tfif crating for i >- tl\ I-IIITHJ>. KM. Me--r.;. Tim-. Watson & Co., i j ""I'IK'T8TuRPItllrlI'lt-i' NICK'S I IR I
: At lu-t, on- day in u half-lit-att-'d. i! macy. Both: bidders agreed to carry _- I Saturday, SeptennhcA
',' 3 t, ..uentfor the building, etfected the i iI'I .
In..d. I liou
de-imirinir iit from the
,. >! I I oat the contract for $15 monthly. N\& i;:u I fl 111 piI Ii t.II.I I _
( t. j .. r"i >r some Po-tuni Food c..n..! 1eat'. 1 I I
+ I The Hargis Pharmacy motion 1I I 1:1PT.t. .AKrnrKlatent uTj II .
.. My grown ui: datignter.! who by tiie! - upon ':It dat.cuntaintug up- I| 1'rt-t feted, I.J Ni "
I nrw rotl.of "t niilHHll -
; inliHrited for ';
w mjtnte! ci.f- was given the contract tile ilOl" eXHIIUUAtlOn for inH,t-r- HDdi i! nek Theatre l.: .
," f 't':and almy nrrvou.ur--,1 1 itijed: | JUDGE E. D. BEGGSCANDIDATE iuiiti"< of ....allUln.I'h worked out and R TAURANT?&
ii.d .
: t.ikitie! place nf wen t. pass.V. A Gahlenlierk.ole;; 'Ul t:.
I horses were received from Spitzer & a ent. .'nlnrl'1t1:11'
.nade colTH.-, i I' ih J.ivi aiiJ li.ili ,
: ; ;{l'CIl.l. with plenty of. rush errata::' Creary and Thus. Oven The fir-t
f ''', ''J firmly L..I1H..n.' I replied, uti: I NUTICE,,.
Ilam d were given a contract the CAPTAIN
: -tray. tb"eapJun."wn-"
; same anow effective. I | I'oiiiignees of th.( l.rit-: DAILY MENUS
i .,.. day and tau h.irdly eat aiiytlnugatill I' I-h -, Wiiduruft w.ll hrre..
t .' ''r aud Dr. S., like the 1f1-t ,.t the I The board then adjourned. 1 spjn-ilne for deliti ceo.tract- ,
{ all the
-- -- ---. -- ed by the crew of gild vest'lI. 1.I. I 1. Coinpri-p Cp-tn-
t i, :j t ; ..1 ;:I.Call"t.U" m. it III come fromSonextmorniujj I I.H MUKEN/h: Date Dishes the Mar- fl.. 'flI
otcrr. Itl1mlll1 tel following the S, K.-yer: .'tt'n ('animii
1 ) ;
( 1'i ; I 11f>rsonallym.Jr an-1 BURR ACCEPTS t-onsiRiiep _;-it ketof the World
I'l : Ii e i pot. <)f 1'o-tum. foil-twin: oloelvt'if uounci-mnit of the resignation of :, Atfopd. JINKS I ti11/ '"

.i'M : dlrt'Ctl.u.-anJ -ucti -urprise"' Htln.\.C.HloulltJr., a, Jud e of'
.;.t-.r: l"e color was a rich dark, wiuey ;, APPOINTMENTSpecial ; Hotel Camden ..1i.I"tf I ,.
'.::1 .'1' I brown, and a pleasant aroma ;greeted the Criminal Court of Record for :

,! r I j. te! nostrils. But the ta-ie-the cru- Rscambu! county, members of then Ladies' Private WliUELIZABETH
; ''" k : fialtest! I confess I feared to put it I l'\J UIX. A LA HA 31 A, I
: "" gal t' :1 J S ; ;hat: test for fear of another disap- local bar began to circulate a petition : to The Daily News. a KENN'' 'I"rI I II

a } .: ... 'I'II1tll1l1ut. recommending Judge E. D. I, Tallahassee: Sept. 24.-F. Hudson is Now Open to the Public, Dining Parlor.* .
\ :. But not -0 with my diu.bter. who I And a Hiinnoniou-ly r-f.j.! .< .
:. i' rnerly nude the trill and fairly Heggs for appointment to the { Burr last; night wired to Governor under the management I, I I' ny, incfudiTHEODORE :./
ft' 'I'ltht- 'Hnrrah' Mair.nia, you tion. Jennings, accepting;: the appointmentof I'
H. ; J' ,1 have foiuul 1 it at la-t.' 1 tried it and Dinner BABCOCk! .
Regular Daily. I
r tut ended our coffee drtnkin: forkI' When seen by a representative;; of1' railroad commissioner for Commissioner MRS. S. MIMS

1 'S g:;,'od. The Ihn.r was full and rich THE NEWS today Judge Beggs said ) Day's unexpired term.A .1O I'coplo in tin UI'-a"" ,
and left nothing to be desired. ;
r of Pensacola Florida.
1 $' In a short time, my dyspepsia: disappeared he had decided to become a candidate Communication i Short OrdproJ I'rnmpily : Curtain rises at ,H p. m. _
1' I 1 I
) ', and afor nerves-Pty'! : for the position and would appreciate Mx. Er'IToR--\llow me to !speak a RATES REASONABLE, Filled. Night or Day.

jh:.i -, i) j; daughter that such and things myself! existed almost, until forgot wet it if his friends would add I;I few words in favor of Chamberlain's i! By the Day, Week or Month. I Lay the dust. You can" "

it came to Germany aid I had to go their endorsement to the retition being '! Cough Remedy. I suffered for three I If It', l" "metbln Good :o Fiat garden hose at the II" '.
I t b.tck to coffee and we are again: years with the bronchitis and could Table Furnished with the Best trfe1' you *'lab, you'll find it al ardware Co.
nervous and dyspeptic: as we used to circulated. not sleep at nights. I tried several I] Market Aflords. : !,i --
I'r f Lt be. But we don't intend to let it go Judge Beggs was judge of this I doctors and various patent medicines -i Nick Apostle'spopular '
... 4 viu; I have written to America for a I II but could get nothing to give | Public Patronage Solicited. !< Cleaning ladies skirt" !ir.r1 w-.
r : "good supply of Postuin and propose ,court for a brief time prior to the me any relief until my wife got a Restaurant. |11'1' one of orir specialties ,star; j.

to always, have in the future at any: I appointment of Judge Blount and bottle of this valuable medicine. I Free :Sample Rooms. i dry. h ___ _
.f t k + : cost. Life i is: miserable to us, without which has completely relieved i I i ,.
me.- !
; t. 1 i Po.-tum. made a splendid record. W. S. BROCK IA Bagnell!!, Mo. Men Suuday Rates Made to Traveling 1r1A : If Y \ t FurIJJt

; ," When we used it, Postnm proved ) He is well equipped for the position This remedy is; for sale: by all drug Nm Oil ,tan t"Plnl'-
.1, t4 the most gentle of conquerers and i.1 gists and medicine dealers. _. -.
:4 loaded us with benefits in the way" ] and Governor Jennings; would I v A TOR: = A.Bari .
r ot strengthened health and quiet The finest line of umbrellas in ... ih9 Lnd Y l Nato A saps Beg'F8zratnn For a bad taste in the mouth takeChamberlain's The bet ,f';'f
make the I
I no mistake should he see fit to Stomach! and Liver Alattre price ever -
; .f e nerves. Name given by FostumOn. city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go lookat es r
I hita. # I Tablets. For !sale! by all druggists .)J M. Pryor -
4 i .. Battle Creek Mich. :appoint them. t
t I i I and medicine dealer:. niture Store.


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