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:
October 3, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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Pensacola is the seat of government for the westernmost city in the westernmost (Escambia) county of Florida. Since the colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was one of Florida’s four largest cities, with a population exceeding ten thousand. The Pensacola Daily News began publication in 1889. The editors pledged to "be Democratic, conservative but yet sufficiently aggressive to give weight to [the Daily News’] remarks." By March 1897, the Daily News had increased its circulation to 1,500. The Pensacola Journal, begun as a weekly, remained its main competitor. Among the bigger stories the Daily News covered was the 1891 dedication of the Confederate Monument in Lee Square and the outbreak of the Spanish-American War in 1898. Pensacola’s Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them Theodore Roosevelt. In the years that followed, Pensacola continued to expand. 1908 saw the completion of a new Spanish Renaissance City Hall. Around this time, the Daily News was followed by the Pensacola Evening News. The exact year of the transition is uncertain as the Pensacola Evening News continued the numbering of its predecessor. The earliest verified edition of the Pensacola Evening News dates from April 6, 1908. In 1910, when its population reached 23,000, Pensacola erected its first skyscraper--the ten-story American National Bank building, constructed the San Carlos Hotel, and raised a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had twenty-one miles of paved streets. The first modern hospital opened in 1915, and by 1924 the city’s fire department was entirely motorized. In that same year, the Pensacola Evening News merged its operations with the Pensacola Journal then under the leadership of John H. Perry. For the next six decades, the two papers continued to report the city’s news, the Journal in the morning and the News in the evening.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1889.
General Note:
Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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r TO QUELL MOB. fit ;?noM> are running to Canal II I. JOHN S. CANDLER IS CHOSEN. I I ; #! jI I J j i ; 1
tin. 1netts a'tul ::.1. Dtj-llousllens,
street from every ai rtion of the city. Special to The Daily News: Special to The Daily News: i
.. the writer, accompanied her to the ,
American: Washer No attempt to nm cars to carry passengers Chicago Oct .-The annual convention l'nr01'; *. On J,Asssian; Distil'' t I Atlanta Had Spirited Contest Over City mortuaiy chamber. When her hu- iI J 't
hart r-t.'ii made by the coji- of Ow National Republican! AttornEY Oshornc l is not sanguiniobtaining II! hand's features were uncovered Mme ; 1
: i Scene of Disorder.i3 to 9:30 o'clock.: I Offices: -Captain Evan P. Howell tZnlx's
pan up conviction
League called the ItMoiineux .
: wa.s to order in a ot KoUnd ansinkih was heait-rending. She t h
Made-Men Carried First Regiment armory here today at his fecund trial! ou th-; Elected Mayor by Good Majority finally swooned. t .

-and Held In Bail. COAL STRIKE AT TRACY CITY. with a'uoutJort, delexatHK present replesenting charge of causing: the a. at:1: of1 I'> I' Over Woodward and Jchnson. TT !t ) I 1
the auxiliary leagues of the Katherine Adams which 13 erpa ted Mrs. Copies Admitted as Elector. f 'i I
;i-ii'y' News. Situation Reported To Be Getting legions state This number is less to begin on :Monday. Special to The Daily News. New York Oct. _.- h6. Annie :, !
Worse-Nc Coal Shipped. than half the attendance which had Apart from the additional burden Roosevelt! Cowles. wife of Commander : :
1 r..b t. :2.-Presidentfi.o
Chattanooga Oct.A: News special been expected before the illness of imposed upon the prosecution by the: Atlanta Oct. 2.-In the regular state W. S. Cowles p. S. N., and sister of .' J
t I: morning get- teem Tracy City, Tenn.. Fays: President Koosevelt, whose presence rulings of the appellate court' excluding election held on yesterday the full Prt'sider.t Roosevlt, has beeo:;adTnlfr {
:r:;' to Washington The strike situation here seems tobe had been assured. the Barntt: letters and other Imortaat Democratic ticket was overwhelmingly ted as an ejector by the board"of a- !I t .'

: i oer the Lehigfo growing \vose.: All the privatemine The program calls for four business ]* evidence used in the first trial elected and Judge John S. Candler lest men of Fa'-mington, saj-B a Hart- 1
19.:1adelphia: at itN:: I
operators have been asked to sessions: today and tomorrow tht Mr. O,1)frne! finds that some of his named for the supreme court judge. ford Conn., dispatch to The World + 1
:i. .a. Fiurn the tat coal, ;
stop shipping and as some faileio chief speaker for tonight; being Senator most important witnesses have removed ship. Mrs. Cowles can now vote on school i'
I > direct to the na- do s.>, their mines were wreckedand LMIiver:: of Iowa, and Senator Ceveridge. to other states, and are said to be In Gordon county five voice were matters in Farmington, where she '

rendered useless. The minersat of Indiana and General Oro:;- unwilhiw to again go on the witness cast for Hines for governor, despite !lives when not in Washington! Local +i I
:- are now of the Clause Hill are out and no coalis venor for the meeting tomorrow eve stand? the fact that be had posiri'ely declinedto woman suffragists believe! the action J' ;

,J ui. .!i-rince to be held being shipped over the Tracy City ning. "Altogether the are seven cr I be a nominee. If any more Populist of the president's! sister! will ; t: t i

1: will bring about a Branch road.NEGRO Before the convention opened it was eight such witnesses." said :Mr. Os- votes were cast for others besides |greatly aid their cause. &)
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Hike. rommonly admitted that the nomination : borne "who live In New Jersey Connecticut the regular nominee they were so few .
1 rl.t-rcd] in the vie!::!-
of President! Roosevelt in 1301: or Detroit and who either cannot and altering as not to have been considered ;
4 lUll North Amen- DEFIED would !be indoi-sed. In fact It was: be found or are unwilling to sacrifice worthy of mention in the re- BIG GATHERING i I t i

Plymouth this morn- only about this matter that certain their time ly again attending th,' turn:;. Theote cast was an impr,>I'- ,
l.i-nff: tried to dii POLICE FORGE predictions: were made. Whether thj trial. edentedly light one. owing '." :V fart I OF COLLECERi
'1lIt several of his
Iowa legation would seek to have "I hrre just' returned from another that there was no opposition to any of ; I ,
iiuor of their lives, -- Its ideas! on tariff: revision indorsed: witness hunting t-ip to Newark >. I I the Democratic: nominees to draw nut Ii I

of the Ninth res- whether the league has the constitutional J. One of the mot important witnesses anything like the voting gtiength. l'f..
special to The Daily News. to The Dally News. 1
: d uKm.He ser.t"icis the I Special s ,
right to Concern itelf with of the pro'utionIaml"" : MP- party. '
,,: t'> the weep.t Savannah. Ga.. OctSa'annah. : state 1 latforms and the matter of a lando. I cannot lo'-ate at all. It was The principal interest of the day Atlanta Ua.. Oct. 2.-On of the t f '

!" arrested, chargf.ia'luct. developed a nesrn Tracey yesterday successor to the retiring president, she who took! carp of Mo1ineu 's room centered in the content for the unes- notable educational gatherings ever ;d' ;
The prh battl1 pired term of Hal Lewis held in the south la scheduled for I \ \I\ l ;
afternoon, who, after a pitched Isaac Miller Hamilton, were questionsover In the'rbf'rnll'al factory building at Judge T. of ,
'!'t to this! city aa'il with police meets is at 1ar\; :, armeJ which the delegates expected debate Newark and testified; to (having fount the supreme! court, and the returns Atlanta this month. On the 7th, 8th '' 1

''':;.t. I with a Winchester rice, and it is supposed when Mr. Hamilton sapped for notetaper Identical with that used received from 107 counties! Indicate and 9th the Association of American J 'I ;

'.oNLRb TO STRIKE. ready till to meet all comersA order. I in'rltjr: one of the Incriminatingdocuments that Judge John S. Candler, of this Colleges on Agriculture and Experiment ; i i
Among the' candidates for tl'' In the case." circuit, received a splendid majority: Stations will hold its annual con. I 1
received the bai-
A Tennessee Are report was at league presidency were mentioned J. ever his only opponent Jude John veRtion in this city and at the same !
Ordered Out.Company racks that a negro was sitting on tu
,tu, Ua. Ot.. 2.-Th., re hank ol Musgiwe: creek, a mile ana 'i I 3 "I'!!.r.g. o>' Little Hock, Ark.: Richard Oct. -'.There are pen +I Judge Can,ller's friends throughout t-1, which a"ts !in} affiliation with tho ,
-r\tui: mitiPis to allow $1 halt wt-ot of tale city, with a Win Woods, of Sioux Falls, S. D., and Fistent rumors, on the streets about anew the state had little doubt of the success other Olfa.nlzatiouIll( meet here la I f S f

jin thm wages: for the b.iuauttiracitft cnester across his knee. Whenever Shirley E. Johnson, of Kentucky. Th'pt afternoon paper in Montgomery. I of his campaign, which was caw- annual session.; E! j 1
.., coal miners ;In anyone approached the neero raise d t feature of the morning's session after These reports come along priodically! I fully planned and hart barn waged These two organization are inaila ; i

ii.k! and the compliance c t his rifle and threatened death if anyone the address welcome by Rev. O. but the story goes this time that cashis withIgor during the past few week up of representatives of what are ; i I'

,-er of tilt Tennessee Coal, came within a neater distanc". West, of the state central committee behind the promoters. An Atlanta Upon the retirement! of Judge) R. B. known as the Land( Grant Colleges! I I j S I

t"" ..l e ay company with! theiiaicil lie comiaitttd no robberies, but seemed was the address of President Hamil newspaper man Is said to be one i j I Russell recently they. declare; there from the different states from Maine 1; r ;
rf f'f the portiea mold b fro I possible doub\ of his: fie", to California. These are the colleges I. t i
> : a suspension o: determined to keep everybody ata concerned .
I tlgn Judge Russell had which r'ct'isupport from the
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nrnera employed distance. ton.WILL 1 1I !!' a,; a candidate for reelection as jade! : I govVrnmect, the money turning from I II I j

of the executive com Superintendent Rellly ordered Officer / BE PLACED ; COURT UPHOLDS | of the superior couu of the w'rtern I the; ahat I publicy. .- \ The-- &zrlcul.-+- y J !I
n.'u-J I : Mine Workers Murphy to the scene. When tlw : cjrciiit! and retired from the content I rural experiment stations of the daY f. t! ,

?i'i 1 Alabama held here officer approached' the negro promptly IN COMMISSION DECISION for the.! supreme rout judgeship! to :!t'. I CHI tats; ar- under these i institution!. !'t J
IIl'1t!! unanimously leveled his rifle and declared he wuunl I I I vote his attention! to the coutte: for There are o2:! of these land grant ,i : J

'I' all the miners of drill bin full of holes it' he came an> -- I I I Judge! of the r !rent! court. col'.fsfs.! As in the case in Georgia; i''f it{ t'

'Ui!panyuntil| the con. nearer. Having only his pistol, th-i I I I, The counting of the votes haJ not a large nuinhi of these agricultural _J t: r

li.-dm tiiin of the
wages had( he n *;. t, at the barracks he reported: whethe Nw York.. Oct. 2.-It has been aa '*. '. i I morning, but from 117 counties heard m--are ;IJdm"nti! of the state ., I ,
.t ton: i''j'-:: not speci, superintendent ordered Officer' nremained without a possibility of I Dublin. Oct >-Tbe "Birr countycourt I from the estimates:: give Candler !Sfi nniv.-rsitieg.. and; Inn"- it is that allAf i'!

thelhln5iou. o]t Wall to return with him and captura I doubt says Tim herald, that Uv today upheld the decision n f and ROM 21, leaving 30 y<>t to retort. thp state in veriti! t, are acting In I a I
curd that the Pratt the negro. Doth armed themselves America's defender. Columbia, ownaJt the crir-ps art court in the cases c.* I Judge Candler carried every county conjunction with th.!: association of ag.gruiiltirra J

,,nt wo 1 k today.! with rifles and went to the scene i' j j by former Commodore J. Pi<-'rpoutMnrqan rdmt1r l Haviland Ru;ke, member ot I in his judicial circuit, and every cotta +! ro1lFrs! in p.omotins th3 i! t. F I

.t i .. .sHVi-ral! weeks a wagon. They saw the negro silting I of the New York Yacht club parliament: and Michael teddy mem- j I ty in nhifh he had evnr held court, work it has in ha"f\ : f ;
,. will be placed in commission; i ntl : tier of raiHammt.! and chairman ot i with but Some idea of f fed
:il L ni g.n; 1Inl'rs,: a t on the bank lie jumped up and | early I one exception.In the magnitude\ of the !
1 :a' 1 I.., .iih 0 of the ran for the cover of some woods. Wall::i 1 I the spring to become ono of the tat : the Pirr rural district council, but re- this city the was a lively and) !!! atirtna! iDtc-rovtt, which will be represented t ;l f

'. >d i if t .' '! to alto v fired and the negro dropped. Thinkfn! ? boats for the np-w yachts that wail I!II Cf'lir.' : Dnrke's sentence to onemonth's !spirited content for city offices, the here next week ran b i 1lf I'

'I Ililt' 1 Ii,'s 1"11 he had hit his man. Wall advance 1. he built by the IIeiT ,hoffs if the races i I imprisntinii'Dt and omitted thn greatest excitement centering in the gathered from the statement that thacolleges I i ;j
for the trophy take plaio ha-rl hhnr in the case of Mr. Red'ly. choice for havp i
0' ih<' .11'1 ''n I the an When close\ upon the negro, the latter ) as annotin- mayor. I an aggregate attendanceof ; t i
r "I. of IN i :'i-\t "\ mid ;1\ at use from the weeds and fired on ed next t M a.-;nn. (';iiain; Mnlt-r. ship, H'-Ili !,:' IIP r si niencod! to fivf ,I Consolidation of returns show that more than 80, students, with a i(

tlr' tiatioa': !'! iiivmttor Wall who tinned and sought covvr. !ill l>ar of thyowl: : Navahoe.: probab'ywill I mt",.!: !mpri'0nn''nt at hard la'Jr'nn \ : Captain Evan P. Howell was nominal: total of between JHW anJ 1,000 fnstrue. p fl I' t +

I .I I if i'i"| '::-,, 1'1..- 'UMIIK----r an ehango of shots the nepro fin d command the oU fa.\'o>rtl'. ',, 1'iiction>!: of ir.timiilar'un! j ed by a handsome majority over nis I tors, with 15.ftOO,000 endowments, i I !

fTn :.iU! deci 1 :>.tl that .-,v three times at the officers, and the --- opponents J. G. Woodward and Harvey and with' total revenues running between I 11'1

', right to deduct an v layer fired four times at him. NEGRO MAKES : CONSECRATEDBISHOPCOADJUTOR II Johnson. $ttO/jono) / and $!;,t1)I,000. I t I I s ;

\: an employe's! wages with: After wat< hmg the clump! of WPf'lliuntll Captain Howell's total vote In the Each of these\ Institutions\ !sends rep. I !
u ( \H}.-< nt. The officer1f" seven wards of the city was 3,231 resentativ!, usually the chancelloror I .
lark ,
( tluv retiiiiseii to the (city : i
}\ exception! to thi. A ATTACK WITR CLUB i James G Woodward, who ran sec president of the university or college I '
siren!: iit>ii; < !1'iiiert !bas io\e:; ou'l"oJdl ,
.I i ," ting! of the evmt'va'led !!s: lor tb,' I end received ,31O'otI'S. and also the director of the experiment + \ J'
: --- Harvey Johnson the third man i in station. '
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: i ty After i !, nut'\: Special to The! Daily News: the race, got a total of 334 votes. i. 1"i'i ",
x i '!ution urderiu: i!!: r. MARRIED IN SPITE Special to The DaiV News. Captain Howell[ Ipd in five ward J JI
I Raleigh! N."C."Oct.: 2.-While sit i PEOPLE'S BANK .L f
.' ': 'v v.-as adopted.! rtica N Y.. Ort.2-Charles T'lfor James G. Woodward carried two .
{ tillIn their home near Lincotaton, i
I Olnslt-illl, until recently I the vicar of I wards.
OF INJUNCTION Caleb down and his wife were attacked I : ; .
Harvey Johnson did not
CLEANS CAR STRIKE. : St.ATS. chanel.I New York, was con- carry award TO REOPEN. ;
by a ne;ro, who fe.d11')) in the city.It .
secrete i hisboii-coadjutor of the Episcopal : f
Brown with a olub and but him until ,. i
was an election
day l levery in
Jl'lopmtllts-Public I Is church in the diocese of Central I )
Inconvenienced Special! to The Daily News: hft was: Infensible. !!'; then astaultM S'cw York in Grace church, this city, respect. The weather was fine .

I< ),. '. :L' -Di yond th New York. Ort 2-Mis's; Helen iI-> Mrs Brown. o1ay The consecration service w asa and not a cloud flecked the sky anda erpecaI! to .The Dally Nsws.Danwsvule I ,, i ii'', ,.
The negro was Cal-1 better day could not have beenI Ga., Oct. 2.3)r'Thur
. .1 i number: of wire s: Long:, of Seranton, Pa., IlelpitQ i a court mot Imposing one. Bishop Hunt Ail
| tin Elliott! and shortly'terx ar+!a
wished for.Everywhere. vice
I upper part of the Injunction, has married DeWit e ingtiiii.: of Syracuse, presided and th3 man president and Colonel t '
':n t day I morning dc- Tewksbury! at the home of her aunt arrested. and lodged in jail at IJn- ?rmon was preached: by Bishop! Po' I the election passed! c2Qulfctly Lambdin attorney for the P ople'J 'I I

street car strike in Brooklyn. The bnde'n father a colr.tonThere ter. of New York. Over 3f>0 prominent !- no disturbances being report bank larnesville.. have appeared be. i 1 111 '
L ', v\r. evident feelinir wealthy merchant oppooed the match Is considerable: excitement clergymen! and bishops from different ed. fore Judge Reaian at McDonough and i I :
and the prisoner will probably be carried The vote polled! throughout the etatewas by giving bend for the amount demanded 1 .
i r 'Ig Itetween th'' and afcured, last Friday a temporaryinjunction section of th* country were j ; ,
.( rus>!oyes would leatiration I against his daughter, \\ he o to the penitentiary! or some other 1 in attendance The churth'B light.Democratic. by the Fidelity and Guranates ., i:1: I a I It
prison for safe ke"' *. I
..: during th is not yet 21 years old. On Tuesdaythe : pn crow ded to the doors. company, succeeded in having the \ ,I
I Primary In Chattanoogi.t temporary recent.r dismissed.! The 1 1
writ was continued, and j
t .''in of the men wa s by her mother the bride accompanied came The Saving of a Few cents on a bottle THE BEST LIVKK MEUICINB. Chattanooea: Tenn., Oct. 2. The case will have a hearing at Pike superior I I t
I II an !hour continn of Vanilla Extract will not atone for first Democratic city primary underthe court next week. The ban III. ;H
to Brooklyn, where *h- was married,
i- 1 tits an hour, the r the annoyance of having: dessert There is no need to be miserable if amended charter was held here will open, and". business today
despite i the nitbylvania court's or you keep your liver in good shape "
:f in the thatU"juta little off" in flavor yesterday. About 2.00f'otu 1\'ue : ;
ovoi.t th-i der. iscsrcely;; any harm can come to your j I .
1 ,factory: The \i.: Always buy Humid'*. system if tho liver is kept active cast. Election! was quiet and .rd rI.- BL Doti EISER. i Ii': I I ,
Vr.l:! agreement wa The right remedy at the right timewill ly and the best citizens participated. tl ? ,
D i:,r.t Pearson at th,' JEWELER IN HIS BfDWEIrsER. prove a ,great benefit to you City officers nominated are: City Fishingtackleofallkinds'r I ; j

.ry; ths: morning. Folwas !!. HEPATICURA is that remedy. I tj Judge, Will Cummings; city auditor, and good crab nets at the f i :
OYSTERS AT HIC APOSTLE'SFine ., is worth using because it will make Jack Odonohut; city treasurer T. L\\ :
a heart-to-hear
NEW STANDI I well : Willis Hardwaer Cos.
t .s.p representatives o t you I Gillespie!\ no opposition;; city attorney, I Ii
31 1 I Mr. L. A. Fraleteb, of Madison, I
.' 1 the I George W. Chemise: Eight aldermtn B A FITTER
railroad .
officia Fla. I have had SALVE !
1' oysters:! today. Try them savs: occasion to .
r ,. what occurreil were gir, have moved iny jewelry store te SIC APOSTLE. I use HEPATICURA several times i were also nominated. tho most healing salw 111Nt worldb "j'II
- '. It was thought that th 120 South Palafox formerly occupied h___ and must say r like it better than I .. J : 1
i' dos were nearer to com, Bass & and Cleaning ladies skirts and waists any LIVER MEDICINE I ever used Zola'a Widow Views His Remains j I I I All kinds of Furni E'I"". !
Co. am now
:} upon which they migh by ] is one of oar specialties. Star Lannly It simply answers the purpose with- Paris Oct. 3.-Mme. Zola was allow I I At P rVor Sture at nearly cost, t 'II
oil -1ffrrences:! between them, better prepared than ever to give dry. out any griping or sickening effect ed to see the body of her husband to- j I ; make room for '
',' Continues b great bargains diamonds,watches and I can heartily recommend it as day. A large crowd assembled 1 In I new stock. '

I. >.! by the strike to ,*but greatl fin;e jewelry let me convince, etc. Call you.and see me and Save Money buying furniture the Sold BEST by all LIVER druggists.MEDICINE I knew 0 t. front of the house tairespect! ". -Bl"Dr.lpER.- -- -. I'I
your the widow alighted from
!" <:"ining somewhat theIr J. I. STEPHENS. I ly as her ca '
Pnmitive! metho..s!' lOt at Marston fy Quina'sGreat nags assisted by two dlrectora. Shj

,ontlntie to be em Foley's Honey and Tar Furniture Empo- fresh Fleisehman's daily and Compressed on ice, at the Yeast West i was evidently attired very In deep weak.mourning Zola't and rm1lUJh.wail> 1 Foley's Kidney Curs { y yQ31'kci
\"eral l hundred
reh.scle!! i Orc6ldreasafesure.ll'ooplate rium. Florida Steam
Bakery kld@ijli an4 b1l.4da
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St. Louis COLER FOR GOVERNOR.New I Mercury and polash yn7 s NOTICE.

York Democrats Put Out State i -'-
Ticket Notice is hereby given that the lollowine described Ian':

ABCBEERS Saratoga X. Y., Oct. 2.-Blow! are '. ONLY SERVE AS A MASK FOR at public auction on the third ((3) day of November A. I) : .< _

i the. nominees selected by the Democrai i CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON C. net House, City of Pensacola in the County of Esrimi.:

of New York after a conventionso They hide its repulsive form, and this serpent disease hf-reof as will be necessary to pay the amount dnr ir tax. .
u opposite to the same together with cost of such sal* and .
strenuous in its final hours as I.i stupefied by these drugs, lies dormant until the effects 1 ado:

bring almost; personal combat and yet have worn off or treatment is discontinued, when it Tax Collector A ii. DAi.KMHKU! :'! -

terminating in such perfect harmony breaks down the mask and becomes as full of life and venom as ever. --- h __ E-< eml..t_ ,

The Highest Priced but M tll allow the compl tion of the i state Mercury and Potash may dry up the sores and eruptions, but at the same -- --

the Best Quality. ticket with I less than a hundred delegates time they drive the poison back into the blood and system where it feeds

out of 4i'J: in the Lall. The eon. i upon the tender tissues, membranes and nerves finally breaking out in I II

SOLD EVERYWHERE.GENKKAL : vention bean with a prepared! slat most disgusting sores and even destroying the flesh! and bones. I

of candidates. The sate was not Mercury and Potash Cannot accomplish a radical and permanent cur Own--r. Description of Land. _
have but not curative effect this treacherous =
broken in any particular but the right They a palliative upon snakelike .

KKKNCH 8CHKI;....; of ob Ctiun ti' it was given to all thedelegates disease. These drugs produce mercurial RheuiaatUiu! destroy the ,! :: .
I teeth and corrode the membranes of the stomach and bowels, causing inflammation I .i r- ::
except when tn the case" of
Following I' the schedule (If the tae New Yont delegate, it teas beiieved I and dyspepsia nervousness and general derangement of the system. I.
General French S. S. S. is Specific for Blood Poison and
steamer a Contagious the only antidotefor
government to be an infringement of the I Col. L. D. Hatch Part of e% of (See Deed Book 2:I.
which Tin NEWS prints for the the peculiar virus that spreads so quickly throughout the system,
benefit of the merchants who! *hip rutes un<>;r which the convention was I corrupting the blood and infecting every organ and fibre of the body I page an) . . . . . ] :53? "_ "

their goods to the various army acting. I S. S. S. destroys the! and iliininates LMrs. F.: Ella Clinch.West % . . .. . . . 15 3. _
posts : Naturally! a /gv'at: deal of the lute I serpent, 'Carl Wilson . .Lots 7 and 8, Barnios Brant . 15 as .: .
c::: every atom of poison from the blood, it makes athorough
Leaves rVnsAcoIa .... .. tam a. m. est of the convention centered in the S ; I A. J. Kichards ?Lets 12 to.})). Bat of Barrios Grant 15 ;>s ,
Leaves Barrancas. -' ... T:5'ia. m. attitude it would take toward the seating I and radical cure of the disease and at the Emma Dolphin. .Part of Borrilla (Rant (Deed Book
Pickens ._. *>9'.i a. m I t same time builds the health. S. S. S.
Leaves general
.n ::: up I 14. page 131 . .- . . . 17 3S .
IxavBarrancas. .... ........ ";11i a. m.Leav of William S. Devery, former heal
Pensacola .. ..... .. .. KiUS a. m. )f the police! department of X*w York. !j contains no minerals of any kin.!. but is a purely George Crockett: .Lot 3 . . . . . . 22.-; ,
Arriv Ksrrancm 11:10 a. M. and then I vegetable remedy and we offer $1.000 for proof t > the contrary n. P. Butler. . XJfc of s*: of Kc 6 . . . n :2s
McK., sad then returns .vho ht hi! certificate of elee-
tort a regular
makes to a Carrancas.Le trip to I .Write us about your case and our will cheerfully advise (jClem Johnson . Lot 6, blk 3, Vac Kirk's: Division 12:! ;2# '

"Ts Barr Incas .. .., .. .... llsp. m. ?;nn from the ninth district It was j I without cLarge. Our home treatment book \v.i: 1-e sent free to all who 1 Sarah Simmons Lot 2, bk 3, see 12, and part of

leaves Leaves FicA IVanacoU: ..n. ... .._. I lS5p.m.snip.1 '1'. nut an unexpected event that the con I desire it. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. Atlanta, Ca. i nw\i, sec 15) . . 12 and li'2s : .

Leaves Piciens .. ......... 5:15 p. m. ventioncided! to unseat him, and i iir i Keyser Kelker..Lots 10 and 11, blk ]VanKirk s
Arrive KsrrancftS 5jlJ p. m. ana makes, was not, also unexpected that he ant I j Div of lot I. 1:2: ; ? 1
to !-(et"nd return. I
trip On Weduesday and aturdav the his followers! were vociferous in their: No dinner of consumption if you Medical Society. Attention. Unknown OWners. .S! of JotI. . . . ; ; 2* "

boat will leave "Barranca* "IIi'I'iek. .I 11j I ,'(tThe,.'I:';. u-e Filer's Honey and Tar to cur r There will be a regular meeting of''liainptoa Webster. Port of ne>4 of nt4! <1f,1! Hn'k

ens for Peu.acola at Ii\; 0 p. m. itiilovricg is the ticket selt't"tl'd ; that atub'b ra cough W. A. D'Al- the Penacoll.ledi:1.1! Society 8.embe.te1 .\ 15, page llt'i. . . . . i2s .-
The General French is for army Gv\.rLOr-Dird S. Coler! of Brook.'vn. '! Pulafox. ;ae Board of Health offce it IJ j Frank Lee. . . .2"2 acres in .;\.' of r uf M' .t

purposes only and any outsider must I : J i ---- -- : )'clockp.m. TUl'-Jay Oct. Hand 2S. ne'4 . . . . ; x 2s .

have a pas from the quartermaster I Lieutenant o\'ernor-Charlt'ti N i Pocket cutlery and scissors \ Visiting pbv3cian :are cordial 1.)1'. nianton. . .NwVief ne'.. and win of r.:\I 14. :: 2-= .: .

O take passage o 1 her. I :j Inrited attend. .J. I). \Vln#'w..Nw! . . . . "v 2-! .
Bill. the finest to the'
j ;' r, ;t Oswego. \ from
\\'m White..N% of nw1. of.- 'J" . .
I' i* I DR.W.C. DLWBKKY: . 7 is
S('{Tttary of State-Frank Mott. oi cheapest at the Jf"'ZZ' S I President !J. H. Joseph . East 1. ;.u r- ":a ir-". f su', Of 11.; !4

STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE rfiatauiiua.! Hardware Co. OB. 1.. DELI: lii.oi KKK, ( !l".xlJ! : h.i.-.- . . . ': n

I l'omlltrolIl"'I'-Challes M. Pivston. 'n25ctf Sr' rotarv.T \v. 1) HI..X'I":! I L! /.- . . . . .., I j.
i UlEU'l': 11'tbky Jrinii-s; . .X ]*' :'('1' < nf > ,. :4 "t swig al.l; i

> aettleeri'lla and ".llulI-H'1a1 ;! Attorney General-John Oiiirmfn.i : SOUth 'rt ..HiV.t 1\! I.4 of irW t4. :> l I"
i j of Krif. 'I DR. MOFFETT'C Cures Cho -lnfan1um.. \Vafhlneton Mayo- .n'*. "I't..; -\1 .. . . '1 : "
K u 1.1. Daily IArf: |>i !Suiiday. I i j State Engineer and Sur\'pycr-H\.J. tr1tY1 -, r-- c j Dtar.hoea, )\s.ntuyalic: \\'. H :::rott.E.i., . . ; J I.

r i the Bo\e' troubles of lies Kll'k . . of .
I.'j ,
"CITY Of TAMPA. i{j t arcV.. Siitrman. of Ono ida. F L "' / : ;i. ;: .n t; t ?I' II
q. t + YWI\lft'fJl1\ Children offny Age. C. 1., of I.'v I . : 1 h
Lv )1 II ton '..5 am Lvi..n-acolal.: pm : State Treasurer-Gorge R.j FowL. '.": e1f I ( I Aids: Dlg flrJn. RefuIaUi Wm Kirk. . . -,4 IIi; >..!.4. . . 1 1U -
., Arrnsneola.v.ranr Milton 500 pili !i j of \\'arr"n. ....J SAP J. TEETHINGPOWDERSnCosts 1 tnt Bowels Strer.jithcns Bau..!'. . . I, au', ;'. "" '. I ] "
{ fare, tiI'C; Kuund trip,$, .'t.yy i Aseiau- Judge of the Court of A'I' 1 Child! and :Mikes
I = 'K( Only: 25 cents at Druggists.thf lie 'K ; i ; u : i . 1 1K. 1-

I II IIJ.-John C. Gray, of New Yoik. ] M .K. 'JOr mail :.,, t.. C J. MOFFETT. M. D. ST. LOUIS I EASY, MO.I :X C. M ldlll.1I.Id! 7 . . . . . . .? ; .< .

J'Rml"'" I'In'nr,. I I I Tt' BRITISH SUBJECTS UNEASY. II1rexl' .... ..,. .*., ii-KTHA \ r. .-. r.[ ..n" ,," "I: i. b i't 1 ,b Jam(." LII'.t I I.; au (', I 1.1 ( I.-'I''t. .:
$ The ruwiu: ,,; ui'i i letupphones has trnu.kt.v' .r. I. : r. ",. :. '" .j. tl.-, f.--t, .; > Ipnr" ; -. r-ir m r..ijr | *,.i.i.'. 11., b..\..-I.I.come -
. .. H.i-k 2-: ; . . .,
.. j-aj .
1' beenase all! iinpnrt.ct; i ilIlu"tr l iii <':ili- (I t. i q.. 1...t'I''u I' oJ.j. : .IIrIi. ut t. "t !"paeJ.f. >
1 Revot! Probable In Island Ruatati, HiIL :'.cr .' t !Ii-tryT I lHff \.r.iPad.i "'I"+o :; .--w t.:.--..' cha1"".'-t w :/*- I. ir'tua.JneP Wm. 11 Iii...\t.-r .G :.t r. .- c f"tt''I.. i )t ..a>.t i d rul;
1 of ,. .. .r
.. .
fornia.Vlnn tilt"\ ir<- cut, a ..11ur soy u. r -'i": : ,'t 1 FTi," '. :' I I-I!* bih ir. rir..
I j I Bcnacco "rid Truxillo. i .... i1. P.V.. il isi.a.14.ora 1Prr,.ta Tu-Kri> .\I..J >\"i. fL'a.1 41)-t! Ii k''. pagt .H'' ,, '. :s "
: KUfflft-s to !rj the I>nll14-! :. ftlJ at such S. Garr-y at ,d Henry
t j ..M'lhifa... Oct. :!.Captain! C.ta .
r tme! > tie ;:1"1111.1 al'I".U'| < from the I Id t. Morns . Lot "
1' F1d.+l . . .: 1 ,.
bills: I IK Jf the British schooTier Clara L. in-
to ? ? .rt..1 uitli !'IJ'I'fIt'r'
W. P.
Hr..Wlon.\I: := i-f lot 1. . 4: I Is :," ,
t I the drying the jiliiuii-s are taken to thl'l erg which has just arrived from Riu ROYAL STANDARD \ft'HISKE' { S.: E. ':Iw.'r. . l.rls 14 !"!1.1! 21: . . }s Is ::', I
curling hoiM' stud thou tlnally s..rtedluto I tan. -ixiit that there is an m IP.lit. H.n: Knian f.nt. 51..1.: Fu1 TIL. Cr i\ Js .:.. ,

\arious l1Idt'! > by expert hands.! I ....L5y.f.-ne!: among th- Briti.-l sun! Laura Alams..1! antajii !' 1'auin C.i i U>. It. 2: I.

t The liivst uud wrist tn'ttutiful pluuns jests hi thE bay i islands of Ruatan. H'i icacco 8 Years Old, in i Casas of 4 Fall Quarts, at S3.20 per casttjjp Fas.- 1'"''"I. . . 4'> j it- ;:" "

are tJiirtisi.imhtTi lows: aii-1 atui TraxSIIo: in consequencp Ji n.1 Joe Thuniii.-'in . 25 arn-s II! in pa t a.l)' .inint WatfonV -

+ they are i' u-k.t il for shipim-nt either iaimcknses Great Britain's ceding those islands rr I in I.. Viirati lil..1! 1 and l'2lsj! : !' '1.nknowll \

I of imm: <,r III lire CSIM-S, they Ilontiura. f lllI, \VHI.SKKVi--dNtilled' at the Xel-on Co. Kwners.-.X1 of lot :t..4:: m 2'1'K. : .1

; priivs rausiiw from .<:' "J to $;.r-) a I Since the islands hare b'a ito -il'-l f :: Ky.. Di-tiliery, ;and i i-< fully matured in wood \\'. l'I.t ,.'IrEIn. That: part uf n'-j .)f m\j of r.witfc

k.I thousand nernEllilli t.1 the demnud.l j Honduras, the inhabitant* who hay tx loie buttliug. it H absolutely i tiie mid not exll :". ;"i an-! : also that
< I ri quality by -tny \Vhi-kty of the #1111!? age part 'i.i There '
are on-hanis
ntini aung ( onsi'.k-red tbt'oulvi.- fv '
!n> iiiattt-r where produced. 1 tie Royal Standard of rahll.t l '' "I i H.nik 2 .
in California ti.; pi 7 i il: nu : 'I
rauIIn thfir |iro>luctive ;- j! ih sul*>
t quality from JIMM) hills, whichproduce for they owe allegiance to H'}n'in! it- exe'il nt quality, i i- the cheapest whisleyurketat "". B. Jmdaii . S- ; of s. I.. ati'i! i.1'. of sw'i ofn.

T -00..1( K o (.111111.-", down to small or Great Britain and in COI.M-; "I- that {'rice. A.a hevt-ra/e, and af ..I4 . . 2:>> In :::11.'.

a ranches \vhml.ut) few are raised lu are much dSstarN-rl lest they ..,: ,M, an .it.- lately pure -timuUut, tlrr i- none betttr GI: .ain.: . . Ztr'. ..1 ".1. 'ttr'' : nth I'! fl a r""

fill California i>n.luifS about 2MKVXKJI ; tx impipf QPti into military sf-r.-1- .,ntlq' d. in ca-e.- containing: uo inaikwbattvtr tc t 1 nn'4 IIf ., . J I : II :: ..+ .

ri )luuies a your.I1kh artcut all over :! the H >n4nrian- gow'rnmnt tutor cuutiutIf Pureha=erg upon exaniiuiiii. F ralk! (. art-r. . Ea"t1 acres of :, t 1 II Ile,..! Hook
t" this and : tl,, w1'I-key. i- not -ati-fied with the quality
country Kur'e.
; ChicagoNews. :.
i '
un .
i Tn<- f pace ;_ n \
rnvat '
g s : in the probability ;ilution i . :j an it'i.'ii' the same at our expense and mone3 I C Wrtki-r! . . -I avrts 11: nw < .: int .t.: 'i't".i 1
f M '- i it rear future. Th h. refuud. .
Hook I.:. 1'1 ir ::: 7' > l: ::1": \
Maple I iden'al'! l b-. lion tak -;,\ \ : iUcrL.'iild be acct inpanied by eJth"
Sarah till..Lut r.
month and two > '. EIGHT SEARS 01.0 i : -icy. po-ti Glee! niot.\ nrdi r. h-mk draft oxt
f ont Tine .a'
< -
> is "
r pefnd?a lik..1 i baler by manyI .. O. O. HiJiki-li-y . :2: all. .- in i.w <;' .' .\ > "? !1..1.'
,L: jx-rst!* than vhfH-olatf. flit into a Manual IVinill.i and Juan Ai.! ..; A-. I) 1ANOA1) jrir.i'ii'y" "! :any nn-icliuiit onltr.V"!.: iul''.LI.r ffci to! FirstHank ation.o'' ll-- -il Hook ]P. ;MOrjiCl: 4: t 2: lu ,: i.v

Kiuc(-j>anoiit>half uijifulof! pnniulatedpnsar. are both popular! and have stl. >t':; !Ix; i S: f. Hiii.--lji-t'/ : :2 ai 1I\\1 'n.A''I of m>'i

one and oiw-hair cupfuls of I in!;. :! }? fpared in that r-r-o'iiit\ f '1.. ; fl t r of II Hi:- v -= nf Lyn.

.1.ral..1 lunj.le. su;''ar .:nd I a cupful cifhiii I tlui'ate'ltafe! wI:1: I d' d'II' I ( S. A. FRIEDMAN: i HerHook! 1'. \injif.iT.i: ;: ; :2! :Ui '. ', <- -

nail!:. 1\ the !
the niixtur- hot mid two a>t ">! railro.. i I 1-;" IK ed! Hook
taMfioon1fuls I mil rally his f'rH.; and pr'',-ntr.! : I t ..,. .I.E j'Hnl'BiEl'R. PK.NII ILAFLA. i
yf I'litU'r and Iwil for tn-o.ty min- revuhition Ii.; (ML'.7 Ii! ,11 :' ; i
ntcsVb 't ti.irxifiis Anna I'i n-'rr.' i in cold
wattr.It I If a evolution! shoalo?"<, ; 1' ioxUN..'no.\ni7tf.: :
) is d'ar. a I' K-.i rhut.1)1: a( r.of !ux div of I lots.
: i I'IMHI rt-uiovin it from the bay! will be ; ''it !1. .
lire add .J: GTizjiic/: : ; I n in .;1.' "
'; a t"iI"'I""Jllt'ul| of vanilla llegiu a bad dilemma n"' i.m: < -\g: \\ !>. "' a a A [ II. 1' ilatl.rtt. . Lot i.!+. MII-.JV| i ...1 <; Gonzal-;

t, t'1 U-fit as !Cull :I, it comes from i i th H are British or Honrlurin It ia-1 '!nndlf ov.'rr ('LI-'" ->f Liqnorsold, it Gr . !1n'4: :: +'

Le the lire.Vhin It ho\v< signs; of gran- jets.. ,r bulk ''r b"rttl!.'. wiolalf) or retail. ut price tha> tl1.. < ;rant .ill of !'ra -l'l M !i- !. ,,- v UT .1'! lnMw::
I: f utatkm! turn into Imttcivd. shallow I
Some of the islanders ha art.1)' down. Ii-k, \\ :ilianis \;tntlor

tins, au.l alien owl enough mark intosquares. drilkn, bin as y. t no effort !..a.riri.l. .- : ..-. .. 1 AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER. K!.I'a! . .f. alrt" in It. <.f -'t'' of r' 'i'loii't.i' i
Two tablosixxmt'iils of crated : K Sri!I' on w.ilif -.'
*ctx'uitnut and, a cupful of 'wafnut i tJ'r :.:. to 4 pref.g'-...tli.... .m .ito. '.miltar: ) a'. d i It'k! "., I'| ji ".:,.; i 1 i-. in :: .-. !1 1R'nt

f hickory nut ijjiy t...- nddevJ. if they are \'ile ..:.. .. .i. .__. Sii.'llraan: S lii au* .if I.'t 1" :M 'n ::1'1! J

trauted, w'ith tfie'valiilLt.'Kr.ley'i ; -- -.... I Vit--ton Pi.-r0..Sw 'I :> 11I': : '.'.

M1 II A DOZEN TINES A NmHT. COAL Ar D VdOOD.> Wtn. Moore.4 of w'.i! .:.. !:11 :;:1.i '

I : iI. L na Wiiknibon Xw'4 t:11: '.*
Honey and Tar cnre; I i iconcha Mr. Owin Duun, of Bpiiton, Firry
WE EXPECT TO Sfr-PLY A MITH L.\ 'GER TRADE .1 A. \.Ikr.n: Xw'4 .; _II ::1: .'
I I. and cold- and pr"v"ut* -'i,'u-I I W.'a... write : "I have had :
.1 E. Al'-xanderw >, ::n .: "1
Take W. i kidney and hlidder trouble for ye ir-. t
nionia. noub--t.tute A. an'llt h' bad tint I THIS \VIN I iER I : 1' H A X K V E> > F1: ( RESEND James Kanuen..All. xfcj.t 'ii; ,j r : :11 :: :
l'Alebi-rtB.: >. 1'uUinx. I c'llIle o W'Iohll..t"r1 -
Jtst Y 'Id"T .4 .' ..: : 'I
t -.- --_. I. ; to yet up at l a-t u d.,zen Il
k, Hi.tlmlr the l'ir..1 Ue> ..l rr. I I i; time; a eight. I never rtC"IHrl.trI\. US YOUR ORDERS NCinZ. l Iran Thonian. . 211'r. '--outh i.i.c of }ec. 1"'nnI!"
front FW < or 'if -('i 'Died Book
fr medi.cine
ui 4
I I!i perntuentbenefit any ;
JoM'j.h :Shirk t'l-ruii-rly of Lancaster : until I tri..d Foli-y'a Kidney Olson & C- 2"!. pace .".' :I I .a: .:' '.\'
: ,:
I Pa., ho man who made the first re- |: Cui': After ti-in:: two bottleun ., A B. Havilanl All of t.U ;ai.d II:. of -.12. wos-t of i

,x solver, diwl the other lay. The! jiresvitt :!i i cured." \V. .\. D'AifUibrrte.1'Jli : '" luilri.a'i; : -\stiiV w' ;; of n2 of

generation hardly imagines: a time1'41'11 i Pdhfoxtreet.. Manresa Street, Telephone 7 f' /v. <->;. . . . . . .:., :r. .1'
'\ there wag no ivvohtT. but In ,j l ,--------- _- Violet ThJ't(
i truth it is a 11lKcrll111"11 and t : in its K-Vi ofw'4 ;'. :11: !

( t real filicM'iiey only a few voters old, not j Foley's Honey and Tar iAilCKESCO.Plumber Prince p.rduPar* of (';'''1'1' T:'. Collins Grai.i:

1 to extttil flirty. ISefore the civil war i cures colds prc\ents pneumonia :Moimo. I iDf-'l Hook 1.;, jf.-t:*'

'' there were the old fasbillllloJ 1"lI'r 5IIi: \ > . .::' ':n .

tuxes, wliii-b were d.-inwrtms to tile / Phil Samnrls..Fart of ('
ii UXT. Tarn rune the "navy," wlsic-h! r Gas and Steam fitteF.No. 1)'-'-.l! I.ok: :L"'i.; pae- .

y had to I..* lonl"Hl like a mil'kl't. each 251. . . ::! II ;
1 barrel riiiuIrmK; wpitrate attention and: ( : John T Mark . Putt of r<,< per fr C.iiniGrant..

usually\ IK Ins; ineffective except at ef LE. 4. 1 Sou : !t Palaioz Str>r>t, :\\1'JJino. H... ,I I.k: : '. pa:1S .:,' .

point blank range.Th0 s.. .rd' ; Ail K' o. PI.! nbia? i'd (h K'ttinz. ? M"trials Kep' or. Hand ; :; . . . . . . : ':!. :
,.:.pJ.frN"1 ."' i Ii A II, \. V :MI'- or fri-

\% T>.t I-'UIIiI. Inc Natal SIN"F f'J J'') air** <'f LaR'ia Gr a
CoiGr| : on ;;.'i) t :: .1t".1 Ho"n
ll1ltitI11f'- IIrf' -ill/itiir the Arai-: -
; :2'1. pace 5 'i i i., .n
of Ixodol: the Ill'dt.'ut'.rv whirl
A. 1\I..A v.ery S P iu.I-orl-----.Sl. of In' 1. a.1! Ji f 7; Iil.nkno.J '
;; is making: : many >it>k 'eople wt I _
Ltd.kt abk ()\\ni'T X.I'4 of and we. k peop'rtr"!:? by y*'?tin: ; l
I s W H. No.1s: . LTS .'. i 1'u. 1" aiii li.' !I..-s 1 t'-i"
1 whit they KH: by cleauriu :iiulisweeter.iiijr .T E"-nk : .4'l. roo v ,I" 'l.k"t h
,' thftntjiacli ar.dv and a pan nf I lot17 1 and I' t ir. :: :
"n\no\\11 Ou'n<'rs..L< tx :HI ar.d-;: I"' in "
trap*rmiuir : n-r: f"?.d into ,- IMPORTER f-ltD JOBBER OF
J W. of ,: ".n .y
Gilmure..p1. n
kind of purr rich, red blood th-it 4
l! stake* voti feel hood i i' Cra111t11. of Troy, I. T.. write : FrI HARDWARE. U A. Brook . XI' I, .t n" '-.. i s- < : ., a'-r'- i. '' n '. eo

I number of ye-U' I wttr: "abli dt H. (.arnlf'y..S>h: of nv-\ of se\ and n'i; ,.(

', 1 . . . 1 J'' ', :i
1 : with Jndi!.e-ti->ti and dy-p''i-m I-Wl.. f { n
t which grew into the wor-t f .rut.I Ir"ii, X.ul- Axeovt! l H Saw Mil! :and S--"mul\at fi"n.-\. HartweIl..Nwit of nu'i 1 1- -II ,"

.t :Finally I wa: induced to u-e Kod >1 Preserving Supplie-" .kiujr aLl Heating,, P'". Paint. Oil I) White. . . Lot 12 !It->- 4 a< I i-s!' . . : ',11 :. ,
f and :After u-in>> four b.ull'I un -n- \\ indi'W iiij; --. Ciuni"I land; to I-!hll\, T-ickle. R. Yannim.X .r' ft of L:7: . . . ::7 "..niM ;: ; ,

f3 w tirfly dirt ii. I heartilyreeiinutend: Tinware Thos. Chambers -SwU of ne'4. I I' -c2: area InJin :;_ '.
and Jooils.
:aii'i HoHselurnishiug
rii 1 Kodid: t
and dY"I'"I.I.| Take a dove after LrAUEXFUR RI1nII GH \'I ROLLING MILL COMPANY John ClinninJham1.2 of Wi.. '- 'in L: .,
meaU. It di'w-t.. what: you eat.: ; iBenj. D. Jernigan..Xw: >4 . . . . . '" 4n :',- ., '
I H.irgi,# Piuiruincy.:''hpuJ.: !i PicklingI Revere Giant Stitcf! Belting. Xorthauipton Emery ]'IarCourtn y. 814 . . . : . . ':111 kI : ,'
Wheel Co.. IJ1ftin & :and Powder Co.. Johnson's; Kil"inine.
Hiduev l ahn.fO n. C. Cromwell..Sl4 of nwH . . . . ;: fin :1.: IW
Iron Kin? ad Buck Stove and Ran p-, Wm -
I the :anxiou* hou-ewife meantte! ('. n..Jr..X% of lot 1 .; :>U .- "
C' >ups & (:b. Riv Hide Lace L"atber'I.l,ury'g
A X. Jarvis . 10 acres in n- ".I. '! Deed B- ',k
I range heating jut ri.!Jt. 1 -m cancount : Made Railroad: ColorMasonic .
=GOLA=@ 22, page 6('! . . ;1 I r:n :>
oil gig every time-. coal *oiiie- Temple. nsarola! Fla.rT1 F>\hn' titchpll. .Xw% . :.311: .'

Grist and Corn Meal Mills j times. Why not use ?a?.' We take J. W White, Asrt. EH of eU . . . :! :3n :.: .

!IpUa-ure in showing about our J A. SlavS&4. of nw'i . . . !1" In '.

|5. F. GOffZfluEZ 4 CO., Prop I, i method* and price*, knowing; fuli l tf. B. J W. Hronson . Sw>4 of Xw'4 . . ]1'' :In. .. '
the bs-t WRIGHTMANUFACTURERS COmPANY Emanuel! Grubbs .:.t 4 of ne'4 . . . > I ir. :. .\
well that have really '
Malillfactlpl'n I we Esther Wfeeeler..W% of sw'4A. . . . : on :... .
l CHOICE )MKAL n ,'ntmtOl'NI i fuel to b.. had-the nearest perft-c] \ T Le'p . .511'% rt nw'4 I i 3n : ..."

RI. STOCK FEE). :Iti.mthat human ingenuity; ha dPved. I t., AND DEALERS IN Wm. Wi'*rJO..E>i (f. swig .f ;.. -4 4n .; :..

12 I Patronize Home Inda'try. tor there li' \ : fill, writ, telephone-{ uick G'-o. liocke: . . Nw% 4n :: ::a :
every rc"foayoo should buy your M..a: niBUMk LUMBER '
... LATHS Vr Illghno'e..E'A of nw',4 -In '
:! .d ;rom the Home Mancfactnrerlor an-wt eitner wav.Peosacola ?
i by 8O doing you encourage borne indat- 1 : if E. Ward . . Lot 4 ;;n :,1.v ",

i' try. \"ourmlnl'yllll'ftintbe: COmma lt) : J. S. De-nnl.Wofsw.C.. .. '1' .
and you In tarn are lodlrectly Gas Co. SmDCTPBESSSfilNSLES-Klill-Crie.Sap!
Icfo.tencg the borne tuanatucturer yot i : (.f S'i J.t .. ': '
f t. contribute to thf caasO' of labor. Yon ow' + W.J'iin.'ar..W -, it to community In which yon live ewe -;;; PENt ACOLA. FLA. '
bleb contributes roar lapcort 125 and 27 E. Garden St., rmccla, Fla. Jn; W Harr.Lou- .i it '




i + 4'1$



---- !c-C IJ! .1, THE AUTOMOBILE. Druggist CATARRHfor MOB STONES---ENGINEER.He So Tired j 1 ,

Co F.rt_; It has tome to Stay and It Bound to !
Was Prnnirg Car of Supplies toSo' tIt
Desciiption: of Land. c u ... = =:i I litLonrr In 1'rlrf. 10 CENT MYBAIM i
; Crea't :mint may be from overwork bat r I
::-. At-in teiit automuliili-s are too rom. ] c .
-t ;w.: II"I I TRIAL SIZE. igRRfORaW :Mi C. miP.i! .. OH 1 -.\\ hilt' Rnpir the chances are its from an in* t; !
... r.llCltl..J, ajiil (--rui,* arv ii.o Lib for | ; ;
:; ;:
c: I'oFrnanva
*** r n a I.ehxhjVa's : active LIVER. : }
70-- ;::: -:: = i ge4wI\tl atlOi moii. The ratio of ma- ;( Eli'sCreaiB! '. : ,
: !'oecnv.tive hire last nirht i--
__ ___ I II cL.h.'ti to ii4nlitoii! in the Unitedliiii ; tires Relief It oeee I, With a well conducted LIVER !
I it cleanses sooities Wand Wftor."d l>> a mrt> IXX-S-IM-> Ras j' ,
.Lot I 4. 53 Cn C3w 52 2 <..'.1\i Stag 4, > to 7b>,.HIfM>, ,.) 5Q.-tIJat Is, : heals the :lIseaed fit nr.rniia a car fuH!1 of *uld i| ; !+r5 into til-1: ]! one can do mountains of labor I j E

.Lot 13, Herman's div of lots 2 to I l"lt j to e\try (J,.")"MI Ilrlwtre-drr"* nut at'' cures membrane.catarrh and 5 sxydUrs1em! '" 'aiaH"| <>nt. The! rar wa1alm I without fatigue. ; ;I

6;, west of railroad Ss:! 30w 1 Ui ; firvt: pLuit'c apiar i>nuu.sih, ;':. buti i drives In thh""l1qnlckly.away a cold: IgtIt
wllt'lI \vv (nsnliT i that only three years : absorbl'd. Heals ca-jxHl ir.J'iry hv lying down. Befor"I )
i j
:i n acres south of n3 acres lot I ones earning !
(Deed Hook 23. page C2C, ) . :3 2s :020 3 51 I ago the was one to l.."(ioJUOr- I and)1..mbran.Protects the COLD'N' HEAD I I tie cord could Jump on the engine :a .. j

Lots 1 and 2, stt-;lit of lot 13, C. siius j: wry Different: aspect is prefceiitiol : Restores the Sense, of Tditeaui S 01..11t I detail of soldiers drove them away. I can be kept In healthful action i I

UtiVilliers Gr. 9 2s 3'w 11 262 I anti it may 1s rifely concluded or nil by Hizttfic.mat!. ; Trial bite luc ; at Druggists Sheriff/ Dietrich: dlsehartied :SS Fpu, ; by, and only by ,

Lot 2 11 2s 3'JW' 20 232J:: that u-ith Mich iio.,.i i'niliti.'S of tl"luantll i ELY BROTHERS ties today The militia will hercaftf !

; acres in. ne cor lot 1, (Deed I ILook the autuiiHiliiU must of It'l.t'slty I I &Warren bir.r-t. New York.I do guard duty at the (roJh>nl.,sWill 1 I

23, page 21ts1) 1C 2s :30>v 7 2 05: 'I grow to iii'vt the uieasutv of its, I jl

Lot 3, less 3 17 2s -low 37i IS i [I.,..... Americau makers are quicker tosev Ser, ia's irritant Jilnj\"oo, Work In Harmony. i Tiitt's Pills t I.I f.
.Ne Vi lot 5. 17 2s 3 thiN opportunity than are their! foreign I King Alej: ;; Now York, ()'t. 1.-Thoma* F. Ryan :'
S ten acres of Jot 6 (Deed Dock ; viral as is prated l h y Arias.I'rmigh an heir. A M'lisitioiial story fix'iu 1V1- or the American TOKUTO! laimpanv i
23.: page Si's' ) 17 2s 3 ,\\ 10 221 : grade via Vicuna that he has de-
machine me KIM in tbtscountry i says
I IRand's who has just Irsarntd fl..u .
in s part of 1 jt 6 and north of F
1 acre at fnmi $_,;)IJO to ztillsn, the teniiHinl to adopt\ and educate n r i
(Deed Back 19, pace C53): ::; 17 2s 30w 1 II L. his whore hf rompletml with the rml.l' PI: TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.i ; t'
healthy us biiccessoron
I prsisant
1 acre in S',!3 of lot C, n of Duflic's. 1'\i- .nl Ki'*, ('/litl l>y a wealthy New oy Tol-a.'l' uH'any of KnslAud, an ar i.

(Deed Book iy. page 71H 17 2s 20w 1 91 Yorker f III' a french uiachiiK', while the throne. ran (-1nOO'l.t by which the two n<- rnag.,1 i best ;i =:. '
Sen Ian of the nineteenth wish the :
I ; If
the lu htt-t priced Auencun machineis you
;: i
I" it by 34it 1 tt. On vest line in to work in harnior-j-. saId: "It ,
n'-j of s% of 10 3 (Deed Hook ?:;,i.iii, and hundreds. are in use century lends curious interest to this lean* tOO n>ld OJWH in England to th ice cream freezer at thevery t ( ; I

-;. page 7V.: ) 18 2s 30w JJL':0 143:: which Cost their o\\uers from $t.I4)! ) to story, hotvevtr the fact may developLitt > Imp<'\'!al THwroo coiujxiri' Oil condi- !'lowest price, the Willis i I .
1 It former s\xinehenl.
r. was a : one
:: ft by :313;; ft o-ath of Dorras in $ I tlon that they do nut nterte! p with
nIk of S>2, lot 3, (Deed Book I A jr'..l -h..rSt' ana waron may iw LULU I Milieu Obrenovitch. to whom the mon r Hardware Co. can please ,J' t f ,
I intowte this ti.teThe
I our oa seat I Is .
::-j, page 30:)) is 2s 30\v lijo : 17 ![. for S3:::ZMl.) aryl the autouioliik' must apIa'trXitu.It' al"l.-hh title of the ii.itkHi fl'Uln lNii> II''I'I you. i
of th.'Of'l,1 open to both I an tw ;
vote of the the Turks
::::: 'jy 335 fet east of Kings!!: in n% I'I'tj this tcnire'tu 1-eo.nue jiopulir 1 "l'mhy s t.
;s% of lot 3, Deed nook 21. : : and ;;h-e the horse M nic hoi<' that I II Lag; *ir driven jut of tlu- country ;, may work tos-Pth or fn'immirtj. r j ..
nil! for'': as v.e "hoov' Tyr' capita.) <>f this two I'
.. .:" 18 25 30w li: 1 P9 I! at Last h<' cuii quit AM.rk It/allin! like a I nri.tixray. l'.illuoly '
.. aliout thrteMi \lIll..h: bad ltd thc 1 1Sorvia'.is ronrl'pn" Interest is J..H.N; I ,,I" 'n.idThtneignatiireis '. a' :
!t.l.1 i r' 1-y 170 ft east of Leddle's piitlciimii. Thut this may l Ire
ih: 1 u'*. of s% of lot 3Deed( 1 still I'ntSiUlilo: tn mnkers is in their strucktor I m.leIxiuleiiee. S:, Clrr.HBALSAM.ri and b.""ntil,<-. Ue halo ; j
!H\" .ok 19, pave 712)) IS 2s :lOw *i 19:. of The seal of the pone WII" !' -i a ; .. 'f f i
shown in the history bicycle prier I frr '
u1! t4annteetnre
I NVv >> Orq
Ltr ", .ljhdi\ of east 4 acres of lot i 1 laM ui.>n his triumph and the succepion *- lies to i'. TotLfal Color. .
and! in till further tact that one of the .I
1i........ '
'lJ- 'Curia ha.
:j: :31 2s 30w ?i 1G9; fir American makers with the Jll.flu-1 j was: 1'1'1'1'1'\.1 to his family. Prom d0 (/ bI *arJ'aN p IInVi.a faJtng.I I !lii '
:-";,.' i. ..t :,. .u-div of nH 33 2s :30w: 102 50 'dll him has ilescemleil the Obn-no-vitcb dynasty i i I II ; f
:Sv\ !lot 5, sub
  • 3 lar UeH ill'i..w., made machines to of Mllans: Miclmels and Alexanders. on every hox of th. g"nuie: {I -- i ;1 f
    Lcand: ; 27. '3t 23 30w 101 ISV at from $ Iii) to :::IjUI; aril advancul his i j 'I.aativeBromo'Quinlnc' e t

    \ 'ii'. of % lot 4 352s 30w 10 81LCI pries later Isefanse he eouM >:etvhat- ., WEEKLY MCllJ.UULE i :,
    5Iil<*.h was a man of simple, coarse the reiaedy that curve a cold in one day. .
    : 35; 2s 30w :::71 18 ever he utkcd.William J. I.. iuiptou in
    habits. He became a in.. -t by 24:} ft in lots 2 and 3. OutiiisTlir; aPINBACOL.YtiLECTItlCTPatMTrAL
    to nl"Iil'ltP In 1-:1:;: nn l returned topower ellrie06 i .
    ; :
    .V: Jackson's plan Deed Bock .
    i in
    for only
    nt seventy a year
    '. page 41: ;) 51 2s SOw >,i 2 32X UAIhWAY COMPANY. !
    i"r'r roture 1--I.: It would he! a remarkable rejwtition (8 I
    i hart of lot 3, "1. Jackson's Plan 1 I'. .
    "TLis 1'(1\". said the nurse who unknown If You Have
    twentieth ('I'll.ii
    of hh.torif the Trains leave fentaoola for tbe LlilUKaroo
    Deed lick :2j, pge 210 . 51 2s 30w 113 I } 3
    I| to the mother, bad gone out andcouMiltitl tury were to >ee Serxia again under I big itftyou, \Varrlaglon biaV7 Yet I
    100 ft lot 5, M. .Ucksons Plan
    ii and Fort Karraaoss at .
    a f01 tune teller, "will set all the rule of an original 11l'lSant.w t
    (Deed Book 2, )pace 161) 51 23 30w 2 21 I
    S?: of lot !50, blk ;1. old City of : the "world)' the! tars." .' York World. 10:00<:*) a.m... m.arrive arrive at at Fort Fort Barrancai Harrancai 1061)7Uan) a.m i'I 1 : 1
    Pensacola . 33:: 03 I And he did. That boy grew to manhood I RheumatismURIGSOL 1:00p.m.arrlveatFortBarraaoas 1:46p.m I

    ,Lot f.9, blk 11, Old City: of Pensa- I and Invented tile tdl'l1onChl Keep Rrrorda. I tSO p. m.arrive at tort Barrancai '':10:00 p ta I' 'j

    cola :20: :57; : cago Tribune.I'enare I t Keep a record of what you are doing I "elSp.m.arriveatFortBarranca4 8:uu p.m. ..rrlve..t Fort Barranoai 8.0 Pili fl." I. i !

    S10 ft of n',;. lot ;S3: blk 12, Old I on the farm the time of planting, bar- indorsed the greet tested California and Train leave Fort Barranoai for heniaoolaat !. j. 'J

    City of Pensacola 541 ;>f Oiniiiicnt.s for Catarrh that vesting, methods employed in cultivating Remedy will cure .: }

    . E','; of lot 72, blk 12. Old City of Cmiiaiii Mercury.AS I yields of grain and bay sales of you. It also cures Liver Kidney and ?:lft a m.. arrive at Pensacola '_nn 8:00 a, a t ,
    : Bladder diseases, caused by an excise ol lluo arrive at aoola\l.o I
    pensaeola G 33:: p m. p.m g
    mercury will surely destroy the cattle and other products. When intelligently uric acid. It never lull, and builds up 2:00 p. m. arrive at feniacola.__ J:'5 p.m 'I f j l
    . T:}A, less south 4ift lot 73, blk 12. kept, such records are invalu the health and Etrergta while using it p m arrive at FcDBaoola .....-. 6:46 p a :
    Old City of Pensacola I 2 Gr.t..140 = sense: of smell;; and completely derange Send stamp for bojk of wonderful certificate T:00 p. m. arrive at Peotacola___ ,:.0 p, )'I' i
    ft and corre-apndir.EC willih to trio w hole ;system; when entering able and it is but little work to Jot *. Price, f 1 per bottle. For wle ,, "8:46 p. m. arrive Pentaoola__ gWp.. ch3aturdayiouly t' .
    ; it through the mucous surfaces.;; I 1 them down each week In a book kept by druirgist If your druentst ran not j
    Iritenrtencit street lot 245, blk .. supply you It will be sent prepaid upon ti
    Such articles) should never be u ed j I tor this propose. A comparison year ot Address j' Ij
    13, Old City of ivnsacola . 10 35 receipt price. FARE tea WEEK DATS.Pensaoola .
    . Eto: ft lot :300: ( and %v?i of 301, Ilk I except on prescriptitiiifrom' reputable by year tends to better and more profItable to Fort B return 4CPensacola t'\ :, !
    UrcsolCiiemcalCo.LosAngeesCal.! .
    17, OKI City of ivnsacola . 23 12 physicians, n- the (1austge they farming, the discarding of unprofitable I I to Navy Yard and return.._ tHfeniaoola i : I'
    j will do f is ten fold to the good you stock and or the to Palmetto Keacb and reiora tit
    ,. id X'i Of lot 225 blk 22, Old City of i I uuprortuctlve varieties I .
    I derive from them. "
    Pensacola 12 SI can Hall's poilly Catarrh Cure. u-unuf.icUired and the substitution of better Lamar & Hnkl Drug Co., Atlanta! 6a. SUNDAY ICHKDCDI.wiifn : :. I J.

    S% of lot 325, blk 22, Old City of : by F. Cheney & Co., Toledo. 0., iMios. A record<< of events pays and Distributing Agentt. I open couches'tlatl1..r permits the ranalng o r i

    Pensacola 2 E2, contains lIo'll11.rl'II1'1(1 is i takeninternally : pays well.American Agriculturist e11 4tv0 Leave feniaoolaBa. Lv Fort Karraotai I
    All of lot 33i, bik 21, Old City of acting directly upon the m. 10 .., m. ,I' (
    19 3 J I 11 a, m. 11 m. ,
    Pensacola of tint
    blood and mucoiuurlaee
    The latoet cVvlce for marking cattle I p. m. 8p.m. I(1!
    .40ft( s front by luft ft se ear lot I'sy'tPin, In buying;: Hall' Catarrh m I ,
    J and one ns" :' .2. blk 1, D.malson Tract Old Cure I be sure! you yet the ...uuilllj.It I I p. m p.m. 1
    dtof Pensaoola 851 I i-taken internally and i"i mad in tattoo characters in the par by mwiniiof j par Excellence.u I 4 p.: mt p m.I t tI f fI
    and India Ink m. .m. t
    special forceps
    j .L .t 170 west side of Spring Tole'lo, Ohio, by F. j. Cheney A. Co.TetiinoniaK a 9 p p. in. Ip.-m.p .
    -- -- - : .
    street Old City of Pensacola. 11 S2: free. /I \( I !
    Tn AH OMMOIIATH thane whoire TARSroaeUrDAY ; I'
    I li. ,..Wt: ft of e fiO tt, hv 12r.ft. Arpeut j0"Sold: by Drujf; ;ist*, I'rieeT.'iC i i partial the ore of atoinizer in I '! \ t'eaiicolato ort Barrancai: Navy : i.f } j
    applj'in .____ .
    \ lard and r tnrn
    5 41 bottle. De
    . lot 62, Old City of Pensacola. per :, liquid into the na al passages .< .. .\ Peniaoola to Palmetto heath and ; Ii I j
    : . .B 40 ft of Arpent lot S6, Old City .. ... 1 Hall's Fauiilv Pills are the best. 1! for r("' /,;'lnil ti-iiiiljfn, the pro I morn______ .It ': i
    of- rensacoia . . . . *'r'i I' -- -- I prietor" prepare Cream llahn. Price, \ lmlD: I No freight ehedafter $.l5p.m. : ; i
    1 S-to ft of ('lh of lot TOld:, City of Buying Steel Abroad. : including the spraying tube is "ict". : '
    Pensaoflla . . . . 26 S4 'I' t1 ,
    New York. Oct. 2.-Scarcity of stM,i Druuvi-ts or by mail. The liquid ( Wine CcrdlaLl' ---- ; i
    . .Lots C ar.d 7, blk s. Belmont i embodies the medicinal -
    In the United! States, in comparisonwith : : propertiesof The DCSI spec; retne.ot
    Tract City of P<' llacoa. . I 7 27..i the olid preparation. Cream : The Beer t
    the demand, and the inability Malarial and :
    'ic- . East 30 ft of wesi 471,4 ft of lots II I Halm i+ quickly absorbed by the !
    21 to 25, 2S.';: Belmont Tract I i of steel rxjwv> to nil orders tflrQ"tkk membrane and does not dry up the Fevers That Made !1"1 l

    City of Pensacnla; . . . 6 ':11 i dolhvrjare driving more 'I'\P.. secretions but changes them tn a k Colds lScientifically Influenza.AtJHARPER, tc. : 4t ;, ; i I ITAMO5
    1 j Ina..W17u ft of lots 2i to 25. and all of !1 tural sti1! buyers abroad, says a Ina' natural and healthy character. Ely .

    lot 26. lilk 28! IV-l't. Tr City of don dispatch to Tim H raJ..1. A contracting Brotb..r=. ij'; Warren Kt.. N. Y.

    Pensacola . . . . . 1 : : enginoor in Ohio, who was un-1: O

    ;;- . .Lots 22 to 26. hlk 29. Belmont 1! able to get an ord<*r for structural Buy a new garden hose : : \ l1i I II

    Tract, City of Pensacola . 91i stoel filled in the time mquired : I I
    1)5:; from the Willis Hardware
    '.= . .Lot 1. blk 4ft. DelmoHt. Tract City his ISVICTORIA- .
    contract went to Oermany.ami I i
    of Pensacola . . . 6 S5Lets Company.
    pared order there for )n
    an J40.u" I to
    . . 18 and 1!'. ,)lk 41. Belmont Tr, !
    Ciu. of u3s:0Ia . . . .21:1i: i JaH.OOn worth of mat rial. Thi. ".' ;

    < . .l.d.( = 20 to 28. Mk .4:1.: Btlraont came" to London and cnartered a tr';' We will lauude' yourprtads tot r JLI DE HV i 1
    16 ct sit" each and make them look AL'MKJWKWJNOCO.IllvSr f' 1
    '1 r. City of Pensacola . . 22 IS sel to take it to America. _
    '. ?Lta:! ,. lilk 41i. Belmont Xiwnberini like l'W. Star Laundry 10-fKNT: HOTTLIJ UKKi t : r '

    City of Penjarola . . 13 2a :O\V 3 W First Corwiction of the Kind. '4t IN TOWN.DA.NNHEI8SER. : : I

    J.,..t :-1:I, blk 4fi llelnioitf Numbering Webster City Iowa ()('t. 2.-IWwwJC BEST FOR THEBOWELS 'fIt : l

    City *>f l'ens ('ola. . . 19 2s :8Vl 3 h4 McN el has been sentenced under BROS. J 'i t
    train \\"' '. ft lots 1 toto bllt T3.: n4- IOWB'R new Inebriate law to one .VPJIT A, KMFuR TIE CELNBRATEO i iI

    team \uml.; 'rng, City of Peciacola in the inebriate ward of the Montu'n l'' ,1.
    I f ,
    . .. . . . 23 2s COff 1823 asant state insane asyhim Tti. : Burpsr f tetey.Muin .

    ..E'ft hIts 1 to I. llk T-t, Rolmont la the first conviction of tho Vh t..1 it. t4'' U 'd ? r.gIt, h ." tit of th* H..IImi s. I'.ilafox: street. )

    Ni.nili.rln City of Pensacola :J SOw 6 41 this s'-ction of Iowa.President's E" 1.1 ai". ,fjw R R EXl'ltall.e-Opp. Union Dppot I I I

    l. t tVJ:! and 13. Uf; cor. blk'S, R l- ;- 'I. .. ... 'ho 1'. II. Box i'1. 1'en-acola: Fla. :; j !
    R -t Ins Iw ell
    mont, Numbertn: City of Pen- Condition Favorable. ne. <1. ai- Plumes 11R-Ytd. : t ; [

    Mc'la, . ,. . . . 2S S* SOw 851: Washington O-t 1 -,After SOTi ')rg4nr CANDY / i h; tPROiESSIONALi
    I ch.! Lt,- ': Mk Sf}. Belmont No., City CATHARTICMtj \

    ..f 1'. 1Isa.I!!. . . . . 23 23 30>' 187 CtIteral Rixey anti Snrgron G.iieeu i = : !
    "is .1..1. 1 If\\. Mk, 85; Belmont No., City of1'ztsaola 111y and itr. Lung had \"itolpresident to. I : Ii : J

    . . . . . 13 2s COw 443 this mrvrnln: Fvrr+ftrf Cort W. C. ROWE )! ,3
    M. t
    man .T.Ms 11, 12 and I.1): )blk 89, Belmont ...!Tf>i anrHweii that the pjhvl t Distilled, D. J 'I

    No., Pity of Pr. acola. 19! 2s SOw 10 ft8w had passed: a v<'!'!' ('omft'f"tl: "'II' Dr rt Olrite: 17 i 1. Talafji. I 'I

    ; Lot 5. blk94. Belmont No.. City of and that h> was doing nfc-rfy. Naturally Aged, H our tram i to \'i;.til II1. m. and 1 to I p. m : f !i V

    Toniacola . . . . 19 3s JQw 1 50 I and after ; o'clock f
    -"n, Act. .Lot 13. blk 127, Bt'leitont Xo City New Coal Company Organized.Knoville. ,4" jlrtii W Absolutely Pure, Xlioiio OS.i !1i.

    of Pensacola . . . . 19 232s SOw :31 !: Tenn.. OM. 1.-A IjoP'\ EAT 'EM LIKE CANDYsnin nest And Salrt fur all l'es I "'IRefrier'atorsJMehavea I

    'Hon . Lot 25. blk *?, Belmont Xo., City coal has Ju<,>t been orpanv" rat'laM. Vvtent T..'. Hood. nnGr5ictf of Pcns.iola . . . : 19 sow 2 92 company II... .. nr.L-n WH> II. and M cnut. byDannheisser a aI
    to develop crwl resources intftkibourne : pqt' i. writ for free arujilt ul buokl.l ".nLealtI i I .
    . . .All of Mk 135. Belmont Xo., City ,. tJdrrsi IVrtttttRO
    of Pen-.tcola; . . . . 19 23 SOw 3 51 county Tettliessie. It ia the t uuiinv: rnvrtir. nnuooer 5rir ,..n:. Bros. j I few left, which we will sell 'f !! : ; ,:

    ,-\arr. .. Lot C. Wk 13S. Belmont! Xo., City! : Stonej- Fork Coal company, and has. KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN I at cost. Marston $ Quina. : I ,

    of Pessacola . . . . 19 23 30w 91 a rapltAh/atkm of t'n'o: O. "Sje coin i 1 :: i : I, I'I

    )>wrers..Let 22. till;: 13S, Iitdmte.t! X,)., Cityof pany's mines are In the ltinea"ragor.BRONEI1ITIS -- ; !

    Pensacola . . . . 19 2s 30* 3 17 --- -- --- >-WE WILL-@ 1J1 il II j
    . . Lots 27 and 2S. )1k] m. EolCK tNo. FOR TWENTY YEARS.

    ., City of Van nci\la. . 13 23 SOw 2 24 1
    . Lots 13 to 15. blk ] ;;". Eeln>ont Mr*. Minerva Smith, of PanrtNe t ;

    No., City of Pem-ncola. . . 25 23 SOw 2 24 111., writes : "I had bronchitis for CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER) GOODS : j

    ib..S17 ft blk 173 !5olm..t Xo, CVy twenty years and never sot hlief

    of Pwisarolrt! . . . . :28 23 SOT3w( 1 21
    until I used Fwley's Honey and 1ftr. at and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of
    , . .S56 ft lot 6, bit! 4, City of Peeacola .i ;
    : . . . . . . 13 3.tI 44S< which ii a sure .ur... ContMil* n* i Goods'I'f,
    . Lots 11 n.l. 12.:! blk 19. City of npiatw. W. A. D'Alemberto. 1W 8.i I i -.z.Fall ; i HiS i I II

    rensacoia . . . . 19 23 SOws : 8 21 1'ilafox.: : )

    ., -'I 1 i- n .Lot S, blk 23. City of Pensacola.' : 19 23 :s>w 3 24 --- -- dClz Men's Laundiied Shirts, 69 pair Ladies' Spring Heel Shoe?, your boys ready for school. i

    1 Lots!" 4 and 5 and a 20( ft of lot 3, Kfcplni Onlonv. : regular fl.I to close at 75c. regular $I goods, to elope quick at We I We carry a full lineof Boys'Huit!. \ "I IJI IJIGH I

    ilk. :5. Ctof; P..n arolft. . 13:) 2s SOwSOw 32 57 In keeping! ; onions it is of the greatest 27 doz Men'ji Colored Laundried pair. 53 Boys' Huits regular prlc..I1.oo. ,
    1'.n i ': Lot 26end w';i of lo t25:: blk 3:, Importance to have sound, well- developed : to close at Tic! suit. '
    shirts ; close Soc.I .
    73c to at &3 Ladies' Low
    regular pair Cut
    Slippers ,
    City of Pcnsacola:; . . . 19 23 6 35c ; bulbs. says: Mrs. r. J. Venablein 67 Boys' Wool Hulls, regular price ; 'I
    I . .)tint ::1 and e'6 cf lot 25; blk 3!, Practical: Farmer. My practice h to I I 57 doz Men' Colored Laundried pair.regular {1.23; goods, to close at $L05 i $1.50 and (1.75.; to close at $1.15; suit. \ r t ,1''

    . . 19 23 SOw} :s Blurts, regular 50c good, to close at "
    {- City of l''n"-\coa." pull\ them as soou as tops fall ever. :: 120: Boys' All-Wool Huits, regular I 'i
    f' -t1I. .East 60 ft ot lots 19 to 22, blk 33:;, After a week of bright weather tb\y 35c ; these goods should go in 24 68 pair Men's Low Cut Shoes, regular price $2.((1) to $3.00, to close at $1.50 1'\-1\

    I City of Pensaci-Ja . . 13 2s:! SOw 2 33 are pulled by hand and rows K I!I i hours |1.50 goods, to close at $1.20 and f2 00 euit. ".. I
    i . .Lots'lS. :\4). and s>i of lot IS, bile : 21) doz Men's French Xeck Balbrijtan ?. We carry the largest line of Boys' t
    t which WIlt take two or three
    cure pair.We
    f 3S City of 1'ei itcola. . . 19 2s 39w 10 08 days. If a ram falls on them Wieywill i! ; Undershirts at 2tic, regular a5c carry the largest line of Boys'Shoes Pants carried by any house in the I 1

    I .> >n. Lts S. 9. and 11'. blk 35, City oft goods. of house in Pensacola. I city. '': .1 iI'
    I take second and'rot in I any
    na3'la.' . . . . . 19 2s 30w .5 03 a growth !I 30 doz Men's French Neck Balbriggan Bring year boys to us, we can fit i All of our Ladles' and Mines' t ; '
    i 1 r tnoon..lvt 4, b .j. City of 1't:>fs3l'ola.! 1> 23 30w 1 20 spite of all care. When cured they Undershirts, at SOc, regular 4oc, them in any size. drop-ititched 25c. nose, to close l at It

    t 'i''Jor . .Lots, blk 4d, City of Pensaeola. 19 23 3w 1 2* i I, are taken to a cool room and put on sold by others at 50c. We have received fall line :20c.! pair. I I I I
    the floor not deeper than a foot: They just a 100 doz Misses' full seamless hose, I :
    Ih5.eri..Lot 13. blk 41. Ct.vof: Pensacr4a. 19 23 36w 120 : All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts. We will !
    'or.; . Lots 11 and 15: blk 41, Cltrf are also put ou shelves The tops are ,i close at 75 cents. close at 60c for your choice. Home to 75 close doz at Men's 60c doz Heamless, or 4 pair for 2ic. II ; i'. :

    I Pec n ed.i . . . . .1 9 2s 34w 503 not twisted off until the onions are to ; 72 Pair Ladies' of them are worth 11.50. I half hose, :
    ; Spring Heel Low regular!: lOc goods, to close at 6c I
    pair. It
    :M; . X100 ft of rot 4 and of Wijof : be sold as they prevent the bulbs from .; J
    ''Cut (Slippers, 2!, to 7, regular $1 We carry a full line! of Skirts. r We have J Just received a full line 1
    lot 5. blk 43.; of Pensacola 19 5s 39w 5 60 packing too close. Having free ventilation goods, to close at70c pair. Look at our window display. I: of Ladies' Kid Gloves in all shades. ._ l II. ,1
    T Oliver..X0 ft of lot 6 and Of of
    e?; lot : they keep better. : ills
    5, blk 46. City of Pensacola .19N30 2s SOw 8 21 ''It
    :'. . . : ft of lot 6 and of eUof lot 5, : Remember, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we wil have Room, I t

    LIk M, City of l\.n aeola.. . 19 2s 20w 1 C3 :
    mas .S0 I ft of w'2f lot 2, less %'lIft, I F. E. BRAWN: ER'S. I'i:

    51, City of Pensaoola: . . 19 23;; SOw 2 21 fhlfl aignatara Ii on every tat: cf the gcnnina

    (Continued on 1'aseSis.) LMative Bromo'QuinineTabieu ll lO 15; SOUTH PALAFOX 8TREET.SSg the remedy that out* a cold la one d.a7. .. 1
    V VV
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    1: -P .THE COAL C. F. GILES Hair Vigor I '

    ., S Stops falling hair, Makes I

    SITUATION LEFT TO-DAY hair grow. Restores color. !

    Bttered at the Poet Office at fensacola, J.C..l.yerCo.,
    1 I\a., coctl-clasi matter. -- i i ff -- Cures dandruff. Lowell.Ht... I,,1 100%

    OJ'J'ICEl'ltt' BuildIng 211J4 booth '

    i'alafoz Itn'et, op-stairs. CONFISCATION OF PRIVATE SUP- ; Cha F. Giles, former master me- .
    FAMOUS GOODWOOD. In on the Crnnnd Floor.
    THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. chanic at the Pensacola shops T>f the ,
    PLIES NOT UNLIKELY-SUCH An ex-jxxtrnastrr was one of a ;
    L. & X., took final leave of his Something About a HUtorle oall" group in a city hall corridor recently i, During August .E\' IJ i 't, \

    Term Invariably in Advance Rare Coume. engaged in discussing manifestations the death claims
    : paid
    friends this queer n> :
    On Year by MallBlxMoatbi ... ..............$5 00 IS EXPECTED. I nun erous in city The Ooodwtiod race course H quite of Jealousy on the part of 'States and Canada by

    ,, .. .. ...... flu and left t.
    .. z I this morning on lieu I unique. It Is a lung way from a station young men in line, a dispatch in the ble Life Assurance :S '

    One Week) Carrier, payable Monday lu noon train for Louisville to take up and is not near any town, says niorninj papers having/ given rise to within w
    paid one day alt' ,
    "If we cannot buy coal at low the London Taller. It is on a hill the the conversation.! lie paid that the
    TELEPHONE NO. 118. his permanent residence and to as- I I proof.
    prices!, we certainly cannot dispose top of which is shaped like a horse most Jealous man he ever had knowledge -
    same his duties in the extensive t hoe the space between the two horns of applied fur a position in the And
    Advertising Rates Furnished on Application of it a3 reasonably as heretofore," I during no im.h'iIKIOW I I. ,
    shops of the railroad company in being represented by a deep rli\'Int'. postottu'e. lie brought such excellent }c'ar hay tie !,"flTII! .::. '
    was a remark made by a coal dealer The course runs round the horseshoe! recommendations that the postmasterwas I "
    that city.It HH'*
    last night in talking over what may the start being; at the end of one moved to wonder that the young I ?

    UNION 1A5 is certain that there has never horn and the finish' at the end of the ft'llodid not go into mercantile life. This excels; the s 't .
    be said to be a coal famine in this I
    departed from Pensacola a railroadman I other. The result of this is! that the Pressed for a reason, he finally confessed great record. It ha- 1.' \

    city. The gentleman went on fur- equestrians who on other cones s con- that he was giving up a better been approached by ai.
    over whom there has been expressed -
    PEHSAOOLA, GOT 3, 1902 ther to say that the old prices would ,' trl\e to see both start and finish b\ position in order that as an employee I pany. -
    more regret than was done the "iniple process of riding aero* of the iK>stotuce he might not only get

    s<; I be nearly doubled, he thought. I in the case of Mr. Giles. During I while the ran in in progress cannot his fiancee's letters the sooner, but also I "Strongest in f lie \\ ", '

    THE New York democrats have Another gentleman said he thought do so at oodwood They must elt'l'twl1kh might learn whether or not she received THE EQUITA15LE Llrr \ --

    prescribed the absent treatment for from the difficulty he had expe- I the week he attended strictly to his, they will we and remain there. mall from any other maaPhhladelphia AXLE ftOClr 1 1'1

    Devery's case: of political ambition. duties in the railroad shops, looking On the other hand, the course Is very Times.
    rienced in getting a supply that OF THE I'SITEIKNOW'LES \
    ----- I II to follow with
    easy I
    after the best interests of the com-
    THE nerve Mobile is ridiculous. I there would actually exist:: a coal I I The rates as an institution/ are com Hunted the Knemy. ,

    It is trying to rival New York and famine in Pensacola very soon. He ,' pany. par.itiiflj( uiudtru. but there must In some of the London courts there !I Hno,

    Chicago in the murder mystery sensation I. On Sunday he took great interest ,, han l>eui hunt races and matches on are private dining rooms reserved fort ,
    stated that at the mines the dealers this itu.rse I'ill't' the days of William I IIll. exclusive of the legal frater-
    I' "I"Ii the UM ( .
    ieneralj. n'3t19
    ? : in church work, and wa prominent I
    were actually -'rtingy" with it and .. when we hear of tin- 5ood\\tio l nity. Into one of these rooms one day

    ADAM still lives A savannah !i in the Presbyterian church. hunt as in ..:\i-tcinv. In l!',,m. however. there bustled a gaunt female who on ri. Palafox: St.. 1"F\-
    released a car: to private parties as
    preacher blames Gpd and a woman the then IJnke of Kiehmoiul made anew buns courteously approached' by a -

    for the terrible dia"ter that occurredat jealously a? if it was gold in-tead of !i, America' Famous lleauliett
    Birmingham. Look with horror onkm Eruptions, present one In 1"111 the course was I i i Thereupon an unblu-hins l}. C. looked EMPTY SACKS.WAN t :,

    -- ------ fuel.The Ultche"re5, Piiiples. They don't : completed, and in order to rate i the lady in the factauA expres-srd his
    coal strike in Alabuni* reported 'flte1tll"lI.l'z "l'y. (
    THE Hon. Bird Coler wa served have them nor will any one who this a regular metiii_' was pot tip l hy i mmd. Mill she did not bu'Ue. Counselor -
    has caused no little u-e* Hucklen's Arnica !Halve. It' I iiid bran sat k-.
    yesterday the duke with the as-istaiue. of th 1..It'kwlllld then Intervened. 1
    , with gubernatorial ; on '
    up ;:l riti"5 the face. Eczema or halt:
    and dealers hunt and some olhcers of the Sussex I I do not think there is anything! nuseeuiI -
    1 Tammany toast to the D. B. Hillpresidential alarm with railway people Rneum vanish before it. It cures J ,
    1 boom. alike. While short supply at sore lip., chapped hands, chilblains..1\ militia and yeomanij'. and prize to the .;I }' m this's present," qiiotii he.I Flej"clJlutu'- t'i',''

    r ., ___ : a Infallible for Piles. l'5j at W. A. value of about ll.UUO were put up. i I "She; gown and-jes. I'm l'rl't fresh! daily and kr ; :

    i LII'I'n Axt l'EAIt1i:1 ';; u man present is unknown, till there eiits \- D'Aleniberte'- drug store, 121: South This meant a good sum in those days. t> sun- that she also wars a Wlj:." West Florida, M.

    Palafox -trect.BIDWFISER. This was the first Joodwood meeting j The wtut.-London Taller cake fur o c 'ut- 'I '
    :6 ; will not die of cou-uuiption in the a probability that confiscation uU' ___ -- ticket vfiir "i 1. 1 >
    of importance, and from that year: it
    ? i arctic. Indeed consumption may be the order of the day, aud if ; annual went.IJUDWEI When you wake up with a bid hotel, -up; became an
    ;J 1m no chance! with a grizzly. I -- ---- I mouth at to a --- .- -- _.
    I. i I this is finally reported to a deficiency taste in your go once h

    THE President chose today as the in the supply to Pen-acola: will occur. ::KR'WASHINGTON". drug store and get a free sample ofChamberlain' EVERYBODY LOOKS
    .. Stomach and Liver
    >>.! one on which to hold a conference One dealer a few days a.'o said he MESSENCERSARE
    ; i Tablets. One or two dopwill FOR Thr '
    with the coal operator and -inkers. : :
    expecttd this in a short time, and : HAPPYI
    { Who raid: he was: afraid of Jriday.Sl'EAKEK and return, from Pen*acoiJ: on account make you well. They also cure bil-
    t i I aid this would certainly take place iouneick headache and conti-
    of the O. A. R. H-I.iU< : ti> New
    i -- Here fill -
    t IIESI'ERsoareFd I i pation. All drug'i; and medicine : it i "
    : if the Alabama men would have York and return. $:!!J.;U. I dealer,*. Ureary. They are d"I!i- _
    i with the In-hmau who saiJ : "It? I The Postal I ,
    !! trouble. Since such has occurred it Telegraph Company.: These rates apply over the Seaboard work that can be turn>- I
    ,; 1 bettt to be a coward for five minutes I !HUDWEIdER prepared to do any k.,: i
    with its accustomed enterprise, ha Air Linn Riilway in cotinec-
    that coal will be conti.-
    .t th dead man all life is probable I They put on India rul I- '
    in a your ---- ---
    1 t
    ( time." cited by the companies tran-ortiujj II I sent to the P"n8.lcfla ollije I large tim with the L & N.. through River : best on the market on -

    __ __ ____ _Ha aluminum with of Junction, Jickonvill: and Rich- i LOOK a- they have a full In.tir .,
    i signs the name:
    it s-oou. They have a riJlt to I
    : t'houlJ''I| very mond. "* stock.
    ,i. A srREM'urs president '
    : OUTFOR .
    ) naturally have a strenuous boil, but do thi-, or least they claim aud ex the company printed in blue letters. l: The through train from Pen*aeo- Does:' your buggy make; in eding' ,
    They can :
    IJ' J that the boil should! be more strenuous hibit that rignt.Last j I These signs i have been placed in la i I" scheduled to connect at Jacksonville | Their prices, ton are rest"

    >> 1 1 than the president i is a surprise 'I night five cars of soft coal in- | the frames of the me?i'etJers' : with the seaboard Fa-t -- .I they have ample capitala : '
    Mall, throu sleepers, andvetibuleJ i fir=t-clBS: carriage b'nl! 1
    indeed. wheels, and the little fellows are' carrying:
    :| tended for local consumption was bu*ine's. D--,
    MI' i Iludgitiafar: and tobacco fac- repairing :
    coaches Jacksonville
    day: I
    i ; ;; side-tracked and allowed remaina i very proud of the really artistic: I call on them.
    FUA.NK HE Lh eeutthegov- to
    : to Washington, and through: i tory hastcured the services;; of Mr. Scales repaired.

    ernor, with the compliments of the :I' few hour, when it was taken to i Jpcoration.i ;:l Oper" ickoh\ille to New York. I i J Dreggor* of South Florida an I' HHII/EK (' 1.1

    Escambia: county cornim, ioners the yards: and stored. What thi- 2j.lw i i experienced cigar: man, who will be- I 1Ea-touid: .
    Out ol lieau.'iJaes. ---- -- Phone 57.MEAT .
    some highly: flavoredauce to be i
    it i I septa mb"r :2!> a
    !I 1 was done fur was:: nut explained, but lU'IWEI-ER ifin systematic can-
    ; eaten with his hasty pudding. "When death seemed very near I '
    4 i .
    vvs- of the city for orders for the ,
    1 :'a eutlemiu to whom one car: wa from a severe 'm"ca and liver
    :tt; THERE\ .\ beta much heeded repair -I trouble that I !' -uL ered with fur ;products of the f.lctory-"Hujgill.' & MALT Hai JII'
    I Pi !I consigned H slid to have made quite dietetic value. While -
    f to Peu-acola s sidewalks lately, j ear-. .ritel' Mu-e Durham. Carolina Portland i-Ceiit' cigar and "Big Peusacola1'

    7-' but the improvement isasyet hardly i I a time in demanding: : explanation, C, "Dr. King's New Life Pillaved" making tobiec'j. Dealers are re- I pleasant to take, it 11-1.; >.
    j- my life and gave me perfect !health.
    j tion of food.Id
    ; perceptible. Mir up the delinquents. j A 1' hnulli ..Mriiiintore.. Beet gilts on earth and only ' at !' <1utedtoinvetigatequalitytensetc. -, byDANNHEl'M
    Cement Co.BIRMINGHAM .. ind to favor him wit a their 01Jer ': K Ii I II
    4. Defective sidtwaUs ate adi-grace. W. A. D'Alrmberte'-drug -tore I li'! i .
    ] Larion of Villa .
    O. t. Bay SundiysHiver.
    I : | -
    riouth l'..1l J: THE women of-EI glud are on the I : Cape Colony, conduct I __ 1
    t a stun typical: of South: Africa, a FINE STATIONERY.
    right roal!. 'J'IJt'yace taking up the I which can purciiastd anythingi ALA. i Jr\\"EI lm.I 1

    :- historic cry ol taxation without rep i i i from the proverbial: "i.eedle to IL "HUMAN HEARTS" TONIGHT.i i 1

    " resentation. Teaparties without tea !1 anchor" This store i situated in a I O.n.BTOrt.rA. j J
    r : C. V. ThOUll' "1I \ ,
    should be tile only move now uecesr | valley (nine mile from the nearest In selfcti:'g the cast for H unman :Stocks all Hurh'ri .....the lhi K'I Yj Naie'r ".IIoQ1
    station and about i Portland I Palafox: street, h. '.-'
    i railway twenty- can Cement (.lerinuila, J' .r.ture i- .
    Hearts" this the
    Ii vary: IIlJt'I't'uluce. !I five mile from the nearest town Ha-ou, nunagenijiit Jeriiian: 'l itun,," (;Hrintu Portland i : /iZu 'I new uppljr of Lu 1 11 1 L i I
    , 9I. f ft:1t i Mr. Lar-on says : 'I am favored have secured for the characterof Cement. Kin;;* \.1 Calcined I, .
    blue .inl i ,
    : .' TAMMANY wants; :a southern man with the custom of farmers within "Tom Logan: ," Mr. E. P. Sullivan: Pla-ter, Ho-ei.dale Cement, kept at Papers !> -i ;

    't at the IllaJ of tte Democratic presidential j :a radius of thirty miles, to minyot: an actor of recognized/ reputation.Mr. Norfolk. Port-mouth, Charleston/ i You can get your house Euvelopb to match t o\i, T ;

    'I whom I have supplied Uh.imu'T- Savannah, Jacksonville, Penacola: \ also Foreign Mail Tabl- w
    : ticket, but it ruins the suggestion furrfisltedcompleteIt.4Iarston'5' t
    [ f : Sullivan spent the early part uf
    liin'remedies.. All testify to their Mobile.; New Orleau*. (i:liveton.Wealo 1 velopeto match. I Ink I i
    and does Lot Hatter u-, by value in ,i household! where a doc ;i his life in Arkansas, and is! well make shipments direct from Quimi'soneasy pay-
    Penholder HIinkb". .k-!
    inferring that it is a case of with tor's advice ialmost out of the equipped by experience to Into Mills wherever we net cheapest \ men is, weekly monthly.. ; : !

    t. I' heads the detuccratluseaud: with jue-tiou Within one mile of my the role the touch of atmosphere freight rate. sole selling a -"nts furlaballU" etc.. always on hand, i
    i -tore the population i- perhapsix- ".\ and "Soutlitrn: Cro-s I Bl'DWEIftEK. l'hnn"21.v11..s'rartxn.:! .
    tails the
    I republicans
    that i i., It i n
    tf required. promised "
    --- -- I ty. Of these, within the pa-t twelve Brand, Portland Cem nt, M:iirno- i -
    1 I mouths, LO less; than fourteen have I the other parts will be tqually well lia
    Hydraulic (;W1tllt, 1
    ( THE KE\6io.NE: to the rapid development Grass Sh ears thu t will cut .
    been ab..olutelcured' by Chamber played and that there will be no made near 13irwln5ham. -
    1t of u community is goodS Iain's Cou/h Kemedy.: must;'! lack of sentiment. "Human ''I.j close, at the Willis Hard" ; Been the '

    roads; and permanent road aie I surely a record" For sale by all proper Correspondence Solicited. licare Co's. Bgutare d '
    what we need. A half mile of solid I drutgI.ts; and medicine dealer-: Heart; is now in its eighth year of arL .(

    popularity and the interest of the -
    11 pavement roadway each year is BUDWEISERWASP !

    worth one hundred miles of the e\er- i -- --- 'theatre going public in this rare A.AA.A.A.AAA.AA Ai
    i ,: drama, shows no si'nsof abatement. ..FRESH ROASTED COFFEE. ... ;
    lasting dicing aud -cutchln,' to be':1Jh",1.1
    \ WILL :i Human Heart will be seen at ,,
    i1 \\" :: awuy by the lir-t ram.THE HAVE YOU NOTICED :
    i 'the Peusacola opera house ta-ni.lit. REMEMBER, WE ARE THE ONLY ROASTERS LWEST FLORIDA.

    i'ulketlr of Mr. and :\Irs.Dn.xel i --- -
    L l SAIL TO-DAY : THE Pi KLIl IS iNMlhH: ,) E\ DII. t: Ol'K }'1.\S1.:
    t Biddle i ithe sadden we have I WHAT IS MISSED HERE < ;
    Litesttnuderit ill1l'ro\.m-ut.-el"ctrirlty.: etc. To introduce r'slinwe
    yet heard of. During a recent exploration : BAY EXCURSION .
    make the followingacriflce.: : With outpound of the following Blends t
    of our evergladethey saw : we will ijive.- "vvvvvvvvvvv %
    Advices afternoon from
    I yesterday .
    million- and millions: of the writhing i I ; SUNDAY :.!U Ii-. ?lan,1arll Cranulale Sii nr<;t Oil --- -'

    i creature callederpeut*. Florida' ':i, Lieutenant James Mated: that he expected ,i I i M',( li.i ami .,,,\" Itlcnil per ioiinil.. :.(.,. This weather ma <( < ) ,

    reputation: will soon exeed Ken '1: the J'UlIltftt.1"P: to -ail ('".
    r it's all due !I Klonilk per p '! .. i.vKnvrnivi grass grow You < '; <
    Ip tucky's, and to the new from Norfolk thu afternoon for Pen- The sttimer Enterprise wu! take t .
    !i keen Lawn !i' '
    ; I.. 1111: : cutting
    seaserpeut brand. CKOCKUY I.i"1: l'H1ct111..\[ It..O ... \
    *acola, but he did state whether
    not e\cursioui-ts to the Life Saving:; button .
    and Grass '
    ( IIIyITIO Shears /r'
    C)ttR&s)lAS tl'.VKKMAN never he would return by land or water. Sunday at 9 a. m, aud 2:i\tJ: I', in. Willis Hard ( ''/
    i care
    lose.auappurtuuity to add to its !1! The Wasp, it will be remembered, Those who go ou the! morning trip Jas. McHugh Prop.. New Orleans Grocery'_
    popularity llr prove his shrewdness.Although I'hone 10.1 H and 10 \\' lm. *. i
    ha* been ordered to Pensacola and may remain at the station and return IHPIIOI .t.MEUX'S D""U want IIlit.nld i,:,
    it is imt likely that of (
    auy placed at the disposal of Hear Ad. i on the afternoon trip. Fare :V cents for liule. 1110:10:! It -
    j the pre-ent canjidate- conre-3 steph JUth )Jewt-\\t-l H\ *
    .- i will have orpoitiou, Spirkinan, it I miral Wi-e to be used m wnateverI ]! for the round trip. : _' ,_ ...II'III"lIate you. ,
    'p jf seem-, was the nr-t to inuounce I way he saw fit in inspecting olli- Jos. / ) /" .' / -

    his desire to circulate among his cillr'I..itiu: ;; naval stations on the !: I I ( r'l / All kinds of chair II' 1

    l constituents, closely followed by :(z1 I/ltJd {Y
    gulf coa-t.: The vessel H a converted I i rocking chairs at Mur, '" '
    ; Will. B. I
    t j yacht and i* aid to be admirt- NOTHING o C.OOI fy Oaina's. Priresatrj

    1 i !'1'ENSAi'OLA::- many grand old hly suited to the purposes for which ,' For all liver troubles there h nothing SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING AND LITERATURE

    t. sbade tree that contribute materially she! has be211 asigned.HIM ; -" good and helpful, HEPATI- ,'.
    { I JURA because it cures without ro-
    y to its picturesque beauty. However duciug any bad effects as: most 11d- prepareyonnu. men and women for I has established in coni.fcetioti with
    I IJ many of the tree that are not Life In Peril."I I !iciufc-- do. Hepaticura i* a sub-ti-I; success in bu-ines, and deenrFd the college i course uf instrue'i"u Camden

    decidiou seem to be falling into) de- jut eeuied to hare gone all to tute for calomel and much belter' good I position for it studentnd i by mail. Send for catalogue. term-,
    8 4 i pieces" writes Alfred Bee Of Welfare -' than that dru r because it ha n' uc for handsomely illustrated cata- ;: etc. Addre-

    i .J I! Tex., bilmusne and a lime of it- bad effects. lut". i I C. O. MEI' \, -nacola! FU. {'.\ .'IHIS1.: tl: \ \i v
    i back had made life a bUI dt'u. I i i Mr Jordan of Jack ville. J
    1 able on the trees in the Plaza and couldn't eat or sleep aud felt aluiotj ;1 Fla.saysRothtEj-elf ineud Is Now Open to the Pub: '

    there should! be some ttfort made by I j too worn out to work when I began: ;, Mr Hodson are greatly pleas': I with F.
    the authorities I to u-e Electric Bitters.but they work- i the etfec of HEPA1ICURA .nd I B. BRUCE under tile l1I city to their
    improve s i ed wonder Now I sleep like a top, can without hesitation recoi :'ienlI .

    appearance. The loss' of the tree I can eat anything, have !gained in j I it as, being the finest u\r.h MEDI MRS. S. MIMS.

    f would be a great and irreparable : !'trenJth and enjoy hard work." ".INE ever saw. Its; action mild

    a damage to the town. In spite! .:>four 1: They give vigorous: health and new | and pleasant aud entirely fr from fiver t w L i h tls S Ug; ai:d iMie: t I'k ,, .
    't usual: umbrageous streets, there I life to weak, ickly, run-down people. i griping or any of the s'lcJ.. nig effects of Pen-acola! Fi; !MI I
    are I
    ouc W. A.
    Try them Only at of calomel, yet it do. .Ie work
    g still many block that would be D'Alemberte's drug store, 121 South as thoroughly a* it could done by RATES REASONAUI: I

    j i'i much improved by more shade trees : i Palafox: street. any medicine. It had: wt: atdoubt Guns Ammunition Fishing Tackle Bicycle and
    'I ,
    many vacant lots that could be beautified B mMM i mmi -Hmmmmmi-- -im- saved me from my uu auimer at : By the Day, Wtek r :M

    c : and the value greatly enhanced ., No Gripe PainOr drU tack ,M-tS.":f bihounesld by ..11 Bicycle Sundries, Edison Phonograph and Music. I Table Furnihed Wit I, :. '.

    by the growth of shade. -- Market AtT,'rl-,
    discomfort, r.o irritation of the m Hammond and Other Typewriter Typewriter fupplie*. All Kinds of

    testines-but it'ntle.lrompt, thoroutht : --Bl'DWEI- Rat I I!'I Repairing/ ; Lock and Key Fitting. I Public Patronage Solicit:
    The finest hue of sterling silver healthful cleansing, when you take High-Grade Hammeiless Guns Kept for RectBigSupplyof: Frt-h Shells,
    ; ) goods aud silver novelties i* to be st for the all at Low PI ices. Free Sample R >>iii. ',
    I t t4ppfhppe next ft i..s to make.
    found J. I. Prices Hood's Pills ( .. .
    at Stephens' to : room t .r dew sunk.j Sunday Rate Mad : I I' .

    1 1, please all. | Sold by all druggist, 25 cents j O. M. Pryor. 15 South Palafox Street. ; Men

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    COL KINZIE ii iiJ'f[
    W. O'NEAL., President; F. C. NORTON, Cashier;
    i. J. FOSHEEVice-President i
    ; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier.
    I .

    ARRIVES HOME !I Remedy the Trea Which

    An arrival last evening from Mobile The remedy U not heralded as a OF PENSACOLA, FLA. ; 1 !f
    wonderful discovery nor yet a secret I ?
    was Col. D. H. Kinzie, iu charge patent medicine neither is it claimedto Designated Depository of the United States. I j II

    ot the army posts in this district. cure everything except dyspepsia I
    {indigestion and stomach troubles Condensed Statement at the close:; of business Sept 15, lOO'l ? i.:
    For a week: or more he has been with which nine out of ten suffer. I ;
    visitinsr( in his official capacity the The remedy is in the form of pleas- (From Report to Comptroller.) r i I II) f

    I ant tasting tablets or lozenges, containing I RESOURCES LIABILITIES. : :
    different posts in the district for
    vegetable and fruit essences Time Loans . .... ..... ...... .... .. .... $33 ,797.32 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... J200.000.00() ) I
    inspection: and making of this trip a l J pure aseptic seal pepsin and diastase.(government The Demand Loans...... .. .......... ...... .... ;,0,03665 Surplus Fund.... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 10,000.00( i '

    farewell visit. He will soon leave to teas tablets) golden are sold by druggists under Overdrafts ..... .... ...... ..... .. ...... .... 104.72 Undivided Profits...... ..... .... .... .. .. 9.858.23 t I I'!I I'4

    the of Stuart's Tab U. 8. Bonds and Premium.. .. ..... .... 187.171.M Circulation...... .. .... .. ...... ... .... .... 125,000.00 f <'if
    take his new station (In Maryland, Many Dyspepsia: Stocks securites, etc.. .. ..... ... ..... 2,625.00 Deposits..... ...... ...... ...... ..... ..... 401,624,71 ;: I I ;I
    A BABY but interesting experimentsto Furniture and Fixtures.... ..... .. .. ...... 6.718.48 ." ; i
    will delay his departure he said, test the digestive power of Stuart's R. Stamps... ...... .. .. .. ... . .. .. .. bS3l : f'r. ,

    until his successor, Col. Mills, arrives tablets show that one grain of Cash and Exchange..... .. .... ... .. ...... 160.93866: t" 3' i ,
    Its Mother is Well. the active principle contained in l ,' Ii t t. I
    and takes the Pensacola com- them is sufficient to thoroughly di- ,
    -. 'I u-althj' because during th uiiud. I gest 8uOU grains of raw meat eggs I $7tt ,4SO.9-1 #716,1S0,94 ..'I! i 1 j
    .t ,sum its mother iiwil the and other wholesome food.Stuart's .
    purely vegetable liniment, I Tablets do not act upon 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. : i : I IR5'252.SC52.5252.SC52.525'25'2 ;

    i the bowels like after dinner pillsand

    Mother's Friend cheap cathartics, which simply irri- t
    RETURNED ANAVAL tate and inflame the intestines with- I I I'm
    ..of. s ,. .+
    end i, a soothing softening, out having any effect whatever in l'
    rut, a muscle maker in\ig- DESERTER digesting food or curing indigestion. -" m 1 f. I
    : It If the stomach can be rested and
    filer. puts
    .. I Ihij of a coming mother.potter a-snted; in the work of digestion it c- ; i

    I v\temally; only, there is | will very soon recover iu; normal SHIRT SALE Tt i
    vigor, as no H so much abused i
    i -'\ glow in>;of nasty drugs, Captain Will H. Taylor of the j i organ Ii
    1 lent at all. I and overworked as the stomach ;

    t ..'"r during estatioll Iontgollery.13., police depart-:i Tins I Is the secret, if there is any : i
    1 secret of the remarkable! success of ,

    : .e: i h jxisition our reason and why future inoth- meat arrived last evening, having ,i Stuart's Dyspepsia: Tablets, a remedy J a ..Thursday Friday and Saturday. J t

    !: their coiiilitHiii an1ViUh ) charge D. W. Black a deserter practically unknown a few years ago and now the most widely knownof .
    : ; ) that of the child] from the cruiser Topekj.: Black !
    : ,1-n-l on keeping free any treatment for stomach weakne # .

    ,i n!.1 melancholy. lie: oft / was captured Montgomery where ", : "1 1) I
    f heart and 'ean.ful Tim success ha* open secured entirely : t-: 100 DOZEN t
    he had been
    working; in a foundry. ( its merits digestive : I
    M'1 r Friend can anilill I upon a-; a "

    "I!.,' Iown pains, nwnte.trutias'ulUL He was: "spotted" by the police iu 1 pure and Mtnple, l I'fcjuse there can >". r I
    arE I be no stomach trouble if the food ia

    -, \\indLrfulflotherhooU"remtdy.p. that city and a quiet correpon- .promptly digested. i iSmart' $ i and $1.50 Madrass Shirts

    . .'r l 1M ttlt. deuce with the navy department rt- -! Dyspepsia! Tablet act entirely i\l t I
    free on the food eaten, duetiii; it \
    suited in an order for his and ,
    "arrest > completely *o that it can hl'! iiriir.ilutfd ,
    return to the naval station l'ell-a. into blood, nptand II--UP. 'I I II'
    ;They cure dyspep-.ii. water bru..h, 5OC SLIGHTLY IMPERFECT SOG : j
    coli Fla., the nearest "
    point. iiiur stomach, gas and bloating after
    : { FAIRCHILD ,
    I Black said the reason why he left because they! furnish; the di- I I

    I <_> ii s T 33 n :15: rt : ;:t-.tive power which weak stomachs
    the ship ..o unceremoniously was because l.lck.ud unless that lack t
    -, : ftOMANA STREET. i.-; supplied; These Shirts are from one of Troy'a most celebrated shirt makers. '
    it H useless; to attempt. to cure bv the i I
    .' itrn'shinq Furniture a there was:: "uothiu;; doing, u-e of .tonic-',,' "pill-," and. t-athar- The condition of the purchase was that we were not to reveal the name. J J I I
    and he didn't like to draw pay with. tlc which have absolutely uo digestiv ;- : ,

    s.r ,rifer. out workia: ... power. Should we do so, there would not be a Shirt remaining: by nightfall. ;; !' t'' I

    ["'huI10lOG.: I Stu-irt's Dyspepsia Tablets" can: be : However won't fail to recognize make deduction to who I
    or a
    He was returned to the navy yard found at all drug stores and the regular > you as n I !

    on the 6:30 a. m. dummy and Captain ue of one or two of them after the maker is. As to imperfections, they are so slight that a critical eye : i r
    R. K. WHITE, I meals, will demonstrate: their merit

    Taylor )left Montgomery; at better than any other argument.ON ; alone will detect them-a small oil spot rip or slight snag-defects so : l j

    Jeweler .
    J. .k.I Maiiiifiicliiring -- --- -- "
    .I.I I .r.itluate Optician, noon having in pocket a reward of J SHAKING HANDS. |, small as to effect only the price, not the wearing quality or beauty of i ;

    about I3+). the Shirt. Sizes 14 16
    to %. t I
    I. ,r v M IVimroU, Eta -- --- The U.rn..heo Keuion \\lij' the J.
    i Klliht "'". rtmt I..d. 11'1
    Get .1 free sample of Chamber! I
    lain'- !"t mach and Liver Tablet at Did you ever "tnl' to think about the Remember, it's $1.00 and $1.50 Shirts you are 50cII
    custom of haklni:: umidand wonaorwhy
    any drug store. They are easy to I
    take and more: pleasant in elfect than it is that we nlwiiys shake the I

    $HEWS NOTEsl{ pill[ <. Their tide is i not followed by right handy Probably you have never buying .
    onstipition: :a*, is i often the case thought; about It tit all or If you have; II 1. I

    with p 11s. Regular ?izp, :2oc. per'| you think that the only reason fat atW.

    box l All druggist and meaiciae u-,iu;,' your right hrtiul K that you were H-s t
    __ ... ,
    v / -- .oq S dealers. J. & B. tiLt j1
    taught;; not to use jour left OHO, says: FORBES. i (
    oi :New Y-irk
    : in wiAiitiiniiy'g : necernnrr For the nenrd.Foru. the Ituiliilo t'ourUT. In reality tl.i !

    _. __ __ ___ .. t
    this is onI I
    lio'-pital IT rex i-rom-e fur the U-nnl is now s') common H very -- -- n

    ti- ttuient welt Illustrated lij the story told of dent one, and it oHcmated: this way: NAVAL HTOKKH MAlKif.Iteportetl I If You Buy: Them at the H-istou hue Store, They ate Good t j jL '
    Sr 'Ih'HUMS More, who was tnLeaded In the days when i*>oi'Ie wennot so I
    \.r. ;.j:1: Iii:.' "j-tck" from for Tta. News
    Dally ItJ
    and! when i
    fur denying the Mtiiri-ii-.u-y of Ilei.rvHI. prarcublc us they nIl111'1' I !
    '01. il'vi-sion t i; being used \ His UMial d'l'l'l'ruhll'ss did n.t I each! luau settled his quarrels: ill his : Union Naval Storer In. I

    _' n. Jlor witchiug. foi>.ik! .> horn even on the scaffoM.\ owny every man mrricd a swoid! ateLN.ww. I 4 FALL DAYS $ : i
    ... ... H". H. 'I r ; ii
    'llflp ute ui>, h.aid to one ttaiidinxl : or ilas g."r to defend liiinx-lf This 11:1' :
    '. .
    au! 'rs today: are enraged Nil. :t .;, Il 1 t. : i
    l for iu>' coming l.\\ii let me shift sword was worn on the left side, where i[ .
    "r ltlll, rootin at the :Mer Y. .. Ail Y. .. I.!: i
    for tiiyM'lf" .\., h.<- hud his! brad on the right hand wuld! quickly! grasp it | ARE COMING. ;
    M : ,1 11 I I.! '
    ti with a tWlutifull'l1ptr the !'Iu.k he IHUJthe: executioner! tit for HM in tine of jx-ril. '| K __ ... ...... 2 :, U ..... 12a : :i t
    Can't wear: tho-f! light Shoe: much 1'lI'r. We are ready for with ,
    t innltiyewere jt'aJJened this wait a I momentlile' he carefully 'I'I wl'.fuI'I''h"l1 a man wished to | 1--------- 101 a .t below I 2i I you t fiH ,
    I'l.i.-ml l ins I beard I out of reach of the show' that hf was friendly 1I1''xh'I\II.11 I the itirt-t up-to-date line of t
    4PIIUTII 1
    ':.i I by being; presented with TURPIINTINII-t- I :
    ax. for. ht (>said "it hath not i-ouintit. his right hand which would e 1'111"1..1 i jby t f fI
    :"1 la-t month's salary.lon I
    ted treasonilikli leiuinds one of the the utters riiiht hand! if he, too | Ladies' Gents'and Children Shoes .

    \ .-I whitu, resisted ant ttoryf Simon Lord l.OMit, who the I meant ('!'Ill'e. Thu.s each could! be sure OPERA HOUSE I e i

    Matt and day tiet'ore his executlou on IVxur that the other would not draw bll': I :
    wrunishedr'1 : : in our l'iii and fm 'ntl-1r. \Vi auxntii-
    sfn -ee are ahow
    ever i-ity to
    hill Nude he( of],crater who shaved him bW'ord. ... ... ...... .. --.... '-' i. f ftiv !,
    l II\ r.ititious not to cut his throat liStwh With the dawn: of more peaceful I I Ii I
    : r til way employes are an accident would cause di>apl times the custom lost its one time pur- I J v !

    'i; 1'1:11: meeting totn ht l llUflllllll'lIt to the ;piping; crowd on the reuse: but it still: retains its on dual ; Friday October 3. I J

    .,i-iiie-i will COllltj tin fort motrowKnyh \laaltIe: WClIll11tO Chow frk'iidshlp.! j I Boston Shoe Store I.: '
    uYOrfury Yearn I W. E. NAIVKEVILLE'S' \ 1
    For of )
    \lm".Ihrre Ceylon. 1 1itent
    r Presentation of the !-'tirrtll'nn./ !
    r wa arre-ted thi ..
    :MRS. W .LOW'" SoOTHIVU Ylll'P llttlu \\ henisitors enter Horticultural
    Melodrama. \ \'Ill.\\: < ;. 1'OKCILeaders : : :. Proprietor. I.
    i Jan erous character b..u ->e I )
    ftltcted by secret for their children while teotblnit heavy air stagnant und warm and of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street. !
    with ported auccess. soothes tile child, moist, oppresses! thur lung ]!ut the ;, (> oman >> earts.A Ii: 1 \

    svrteu811.! guinsAllay9 all pamcures wind tropical plants in the hall"uo.l: die i \ I

    were docketed: iu the Colic and Is tilt best remedy for Diarrtioea i]I without this kind of air and a man i, LAST CHEAP EXCURSION : NOTICE OF ELECTION. .. i: j I
    It will relle\e tilt little sullert-r in,. .. ,. i i I II
    poor Io' ;I. -hr: ndotPrrambuloubtySlat"of ;
    and the fine '
    today said of it the other day : "It is Verywurh iI
    mediately fold by Druggists> In every earl tale of life the II I 11..1. ,
    ,''j. Five defendants like the air of l'1'.\'!Oll. Ceylon': in Pit'tur..lJu. THIS YEAR I: .t Ingo 'b"t'. M. Clay Crawford. I;
    ottbeworld. .
    1..nty.nC.jUt a bottle Arkaims Hills.A ..
    has ju-t such a bent, and just such a I i : t 1'0 (iiirnf :Mate i.f tbn !4IU" oi l'lorldl1. 1II.
    : -.i\ I
    he sure you ask tor'bt r" Winahm'gtog I'ootb.: I \ I I. r.l'i I ',nr ni'tirn that n '
    Syrup. and take no other cruthitnc, prostratind' humidity! HS this. IIll | play that reache the hearts of :NKIUI. KLKUTIUN i'H i\ I
    I 't
    idle LS reported at preF- ) you know that every I'un>i>eau the people. I' y '" i ,LI. in F:-caniblat'rUUtyState01 .i{ '
    .trcity of freight car huts e out there has ntuoug Its servants I i .1.1 "ii 1'ufMlnv, next t-tiuceifiliru tbeMuiulitv :; i "
    I ""I in vHlllh..r. .t. JJ. iar\ !. the I
    FI F-
    .: HI:_'- are worked on a H flun1..r.ddinjt. 1 a clothes alrtr! a man whtiiesole ,I Carefully Selected Company. I .... I r": -d.I% 1. -1II1l the f .
    No -h-r::>iiian, 1 ucitlinl at Ji Quaker I'dotllt's I I F..I'alil I HIV OK Ntil'INnKft1 j
    : .docks duty it is to air and bift 1 the J
    wedding the Happy i iirlnclpalsIMTI'OUII ,' which otherwise would be- HK.UTIl-TI; : SCENERY.: 1 I i nt. : mi* I/p'rirutetlVCUrlhoThirdCon. 'II' 1I

    I Iq ''iruu tw< excur-ious the ceremony theuisehes. i j To Greenvilind' rlllll"III'n'. !'I ic.,..:h-tuuall'Llrrtof'Innd9toforFifty-!> I'lll the 1'ntt.-d. Stetes.
    (:i come covetedilh a thick white coat !Sale be Wednesday, at noon. :Monday ltd br2t+, to| rt-ri"mn of Htatx of the HUt i t- i
    I ? I cf
    This! is the formula repeated by the '' tIl
    i ut !9 U.11.. I I I 1 i i' .
    IIY. one of mildew in M few hours I took :i Price2.1: >, 7oc; and U\ (K) leaving I'ninii depot Hand 1ilJlllUliir '

    It.a.J p. m.'i=itor; "IVieiuls.l.ride-rrooui here at In n the recent: wedding.of the hundred and tifty dollar camera with 1 1I ___ ___ ____ ___ u ____ : at :11 mi -pecul tr.ut. iy F'trrh ni<>riiuii I.r- ,i,:j I Kur inn I omnlrolli-r JiiHlit-fnf of for(litStalx Kupr-niM Florida Court of, I i ;); II 1 I
    '1 i
    \ '! "nj y thi- outing.; I I I me to ('es I..u. The dealer had warranted 1 round trip. $2 :,\1. Fr-nil Cuiit Lord und in the dnino presence I take the wood to be teifectly ..,'a" ENGAGEMENT JIIHAOBDIHABY and Century ;dni" 't- iVriiic-.I. I I fur two Itlll'''.'''''' Coinml tloni'r of the 'I I I, ; i t
    vote in th" general I this, III.\ friend. LlIthIary: anbury( Returuiii I- htHtr nl lKiriila.liirMni' t 1
    Miiucl, but I had not been in the 1'Ilnllla | I i.vfc Montgomery1Vednedav 1 j >uator for Krt-niut ntlortAl ,
    \ Jun: you tunst pay; .\1::", to lie mgr wife, promi before ill)' camera had warped''j i WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY.OCT. i' ni:{ht at !t'rl:; n'clork! ,, hit!art <>l the Matf of /'loriil : f ; .j t I
    fear of' the Lord and with divine sMst.inee -harp. ColTHeand; refrelunpntwill i ibe For two ;ttetnb.isof the llooi off Repr- I J I ;
    before Oct 11.I See and! fallen. 1I1'1I1't. The (Vjlom-v, ill mainlf thr siHic uf r lonil*. {
    be her faithful' nnd -t-rvi-d 'HI train gojllri and rutiirnj ..... : .1 : I t
    \. 11. D'Aleiuberte at to lo\iiu ',, their hoirihlt' chnmte. are healtliy I belause I J I For 1u a ur.Foriaxr'othnor.. I L i
    husliand." The bride similar i In!, ] '. If i iIor
    repeated H they eat no moat and drink onljwater. Th New Century Attraction, i Cimntv'Ircaiurer.For I. t .'
    Purchaticket;; at ticket oillce.
    declarntiuu, thu certificate of m.irrla ." I Ilecord. use l-ounty: 'ornmh.IOD"r II
    : l'hilIII.'lplda I I
    W lilt and one that will ;:e wns Binned by witnesses, short For further information apply to For three inembertof UJH bounty Kauri<
    HUI;T. KIN: or I of Public Inimictlun. ,t
    & QOC5tk! k t k I
    r-a-iated iu uddrt'sses from text. >
    shipi'un Scriptural w'rt1IJlltl"
    "j ; &mU P. 'J Hr l.\s. Fur J UI\l -"I.f tte Peace In and for the
    ti t 'i telephone has brew prkyers were offered, and the ATTENTION, VOTERS Excur-i Mnna rs. fulliraing. I. lustier Uitlricts, vii; .

    :Ir ir 'e oilioe. The nuai cereiuouyas endeil Exchanpe.: The excur-ion to Hirminghain will No. 4. ti
    I not be run on account of the strike. t Om!table In And! for ti'.- fallowing t't''or
    OPENING RILL J ucttcn Uiatrrcts.viz: -
    .... A Woitl lo Traiflers. The Hal, ''f :
    I .Ip l'eUlol.ailed: law provides that No.t.: )

    t 'f 1'ampico with a bit The excitement incident tot traveling On The Verge of Ruin i No. I.No. \ t '
    { poll taxes must be paidon | .'.
    ; and clian':e of food and water ntH :
    II '!'ie waaccorded NV Hiht
    j .,' .. often brill;;- on diarrnoea.: and for or before Oct. 11 I atipRtibD of the ob@rtr; >. In dried! to ;, t,
    : r :t- Acts'IItAIIEt
    .' Vaudeville Between 'ald election' lo tw published in a '
    without a bottle of Chamberlun's 1902 or voter will be .. nrwrpap i I
    i printed in tiif county. If tbre he a ''t1
    : Colic. Cholera and Diurhota Rem paper' lii 'hrouulv, if there If no paprpubiikbnl ,
    ,I ; .tilla cure-j radical- edy. ForIe by all Jrur i-ts and disqualified from vot- \ H- I! in the county they thall cause at 1 !t i' '!I ;1
    I is; !t' :iMves the roots I'f medicine dealers. .I1. ..i liver>pie* ol t h is notice to b.. posted ,
    SCHOOL ij ijASD
    ing at the general elec- Madison Square Cycle Whirl '' BOOKS iu i himom. public glares in the CO'lnty. i .j
    ; It. better than lopping I In '1' -ulllony I here hereunto 1 I' .
    i M'DWEIHEK. I ray hand sod foxed tbeUn-at .Kt-al 11'I
    tion in November, also The Hihet Salaried Caste of i j !L I <.f ttir State ol Honda, at Talla- I
    any Repertoire Company: ever in I hk'-r.. the i urinal', ihi he lint rt
    i in the city election next the South. I tae of f M IIt..lIIl.r.. i LAY I'KA\M-OKD A. I.1'srl' '. c "

    \UQL\HTIHS: FOH EVERYTHINGELSE : >.* of Btate. 1
    i i To George' t;. "!Oltb. t
    June.A. 10 20 and 30c. rthcriJT. K cambia 'I:
    H. D'Alemberte REQUIRED IN '-flU.I). a7oa! ,,'lnd
    i Get Seats Early. r
    Tax Collector Escam- mattre"; fur tl-t. t .
    ! k1'E THE 1.\RU E-\: I' -.TOUK T: 'It BROUGHT TO PENriA-:; :*>'lwI I Tie IeSt t price/ ever gild here. t; ;f

    COLA AND AT LOW PHIUE bia County. 'FORTRH.XCAS., Fla.Sept. School Room O.1.. I'ry"r. III

    I : ;> ah, in
    will be received The finest hue of umbrellas: : in the U
    (I triplicate until
    .GEM BOOK STORE. |! BUDWF.ISER.: city I= at J. I. $ '. Go lookat
    ill :31) a. m. Oct. 2.'i, 1902! for Water tepnfI1" .
    i I -- --- them. i- "I f ;
    and Sewer System, Fort :McRee t

    :', >.-te Line of School Supphe. Tublt, Pencil*. Penholders. Etc. j I j,! I.'. A. .-\. M, I Fla. U. S. reserve: right to rejector I GO TOCOE'S aA.sTon.iA. f I t ;

    i Regular communication accept auy or all proposals or any Bean tts Ine Kltl, Yt'3 Hale AI2' Bsagft ;
    SEE ME AND SAVE I ICHAS. of E-scambia: Lode No. 15, '! part thereof. Information furnished 1
    i atr.n- t
    'I' F. & A. M., at 7ai: p. m.. I Ion application. Envelopes contain //f -' ,

    I G Monday, October 6. i fur! proposals, should be marked I 0- !1
    R. JOHNSON HARRY \\". GIBBS "Proposals for Water and Sewer ijij STORE.[ i '
    Garden hose
    ' j at the Willis !
    .. t+ecrttary.W. System, addressed W. E. COLE, Q.
    i. :':IH NOCIIl (',\\ro.V bTllEKT D'C. KHSSLER, W. M. I 1)1. 29; !:&2ij(,,:. I I I Hardware Co's. ;

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    Owner. Description of Land. c c:. = _x CAMDEN N. J. BREAKSEight .

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    : Million Gallons of Water / F' As prices mounted high and higher

    I Until a thought struck home with force :
    Ephriam Powell..N50; ft lot 3, and of w'4 of lot 2.blk I Let Loose. t /) : "Instead of meat I'll have recourse .

    51. City of Petisacola. *. 19 2s :SOw 1 69 i To Force.' 'Twas better far for him ; .

    Ephtiani Powell. .S50; lot 4. and of w>; of l): 5. Ilk I CELLARS OF HOUSES FLOODED. I Besides It made him "Sunny Jim"

    51, City of Pensacola. . . 19 2s SOw 3 54 I i i I I /

    Eliza Wade . S30; ft of n 75 of lot 1. and of e slot
    2, hilt 54, City of Pensacola. 19 2s2s SOW 6 35 i I Great Damage Resulted-Accident i|

    G. W. Walker . Lot 3. blk 55. City of Pensacola. 19 SOw 5.t 6aid To Be Due to Neglect of Watcl. !J I "6

    Hen Johnson . .S-"H ft of lot 3 and of w 46 ft. lot $25,000 to ReJ J
    2. ltIk DC . . . . . 19 23 30w 9 14 man-Will! Cost City
    I LO
    E -t. Israel Golsen. .Lot 6 and & lot 5. blk 5>>, Cityof pair. I j .
    Pensacola . .. . . 19 2s 30w 5 41
    M Wi1Iis.\O ft lots 1 and 2, -bk: 57, Cityof Cam t.n. N. J.. Oct. 2.-The city

    Pensacola . . . . 19 2s SOw 4 48 reservoir near the Unaware river I .

    G r Collins . Lota 5 to 17. bIlL l'>9 . . . :2S 2s SOw 3 24 broke today and about 8.uuUoeA> gallons I orct* -t
    E* Una Mallory .S30 ft of n 'IV ft of lot 4 and of of water eaaptd and flowed : -'
    w>4 lot 5. blk 5S, City of Pensa- down jUy-setenUi st1'\t, flooding I l -"

    cola . . .. . . . 19 2s sew 1 SO bothand doil; I Iotl'.t.I'
    Ilto tula:6: of n.any I
    J ('. Dean . Lot 3. blk 73, City of Pensacola. 13 2s 30w 3 SO : The Eedy.IO CTTS Cereal

    H D Hatton . Lot 2. Lilt Sl. City of Pensacola .19 :3 3011 0; damage.TLe rtaorir Is ::-44 feet long by 0
    Emma Burl . .Lot Sand &Vs of lot 9, blk 100 ;:
    City of Pensacola . . . 19 S3 SOw 4 IS 85: fwt wide and 3u I fret dnep. A
    f> tie i Montgomery. Lot 22, Ukl05. City: of Pensacola 19 23 30W 64 watdmian. '*fct**> duty it was to opena I J

    M ifarvey.Lots 1 to 10, blk Io6, City of Pen- i I I suite 1in U'.e water teaches a !

    sacola . . . . . . .19s SOW :>> o-. certain hlfnt, nMglwted' to do *o meets all requirements
    \ (' Benbo ., 127, City of i 1 and tie wu r tI.:>\\"( l over the enishir -

    Pensacola . . . . . 19 23 30w 3 :51 8.liJimt. >.tc. aaay the earth wan i of proper diet ,

    n i.i' Qrundy . Lots S. 9. and 10. blk 129. City of I each extant that the beak for
    Pensacola . . . . 13 23 3'rw 4 43
    l 'lt It will cost tie city J23.0U"to
    . Lot! 3 and n 4 of lot 2, blk 130 I I tl i
    City of Pensao.'la . . . IDu 23 30wt 431 i eel'air the damage

    i,. . Lots 5. 6 and 7, blk 132, City of '
    Pensacola . . . . . 13 23 30w 4 45'' Eaglstd' Controls Siamese Credit. Sweet crisp flakes of wheat and

    \ . Lots 21 to 25, ilk 133. City of I'I Pans. CM. 2.-A dispatch: receive malt-eaten cold.

    Pensacola .. . . . 19 23 30w 3 511 here from Saigon: ; cap tal of Frencii

    Ca 11 . .Lots 24 and 25, bk! 35. City of Cochin: China fa\....: The Siamese ,
    Pensacola . . . . . 19 2s SOw 2 2t : ROTiKaert Lao just I,sued a larsJ '
    : -i i boland . Lot 17. blk 137. City of Pensacola. 19 23 30w :324 of with the aseUtirre 1
    Quantity par mus'-y
    \. i.; > F. Cray . Lot .t}. hlk 138 City of Pensaoola 19 23 SOw 4 ISJ2a I .
    : of the Honfr Kone and Shan. ,
    rl. Ilogan..Lots 23 and 24. bk! 13: *. City of : Less Meet; Better Health
    Mt Pensacola . . . . . 19 SOw S 21 ; hat bank. Siam'ttl c:-l'.t is thus 11 All physicians! are a; ..e-l that on the whole, we in this! country eat too ranch
    : i LeKtt and J.M 1 p'erM! tinker the control of Great Brt' meat and to this fact is due much uf the rheumatISm and emit from which we people

    Harvey . .Lot 26 and w k of lot 23; Lit It:. : an.: suffer, ad well ad eome more t>eriuod and fatal constitutional dica.ea. The
    OP City of Pensacola . . . 19 2s 30w 4II} average health and loncenty of our people would be Improved and tncreaseJ by a
    substitution of a vegetable and cereal diet for a portion of the meat which theyare
    r!. :f'.ae1son.. . Lot !>. blk 6. New Car Pen=acola 4 1'm I Killings In Louisiana. the In the dally habit uf CliIlS\lIIllIll.-Dr.BE>Jiiiis Lu, Soc'y; Fetnsylv&tia :Mote
    i \\ lifntly . Lot 1C. hilt 14. New City Pensacola .-J 2 5>7 Alexandria, IA., ()(ot. 2.-Specials tiThe 14 Board of:> llaLtS.
    1o T< sf e Swan . .Lot 9, blk 15; New City PecsacolaPieasact .. 4 131 Record says that George D-r.1
    New City Pen.-acolt! 3 ,,:?
    Bryant. .Lot 8, Llk IS, man Jr., abet and Instantly killed Jake .
    Maria Washington. IS, blfc 13. \pw City Pensacola .' 2v 324 I
    Pat at Riobland. near here. At Fi-
    ?i-an DutIer..Lot 17, blk 19. New City PensacolaScitt 1 57 I II Prince Chun Takes a Wife. TIME TABLE.
    oga, a lumber town near here Marshal j
    Deuglas..South 150:; ft of lot 2, blk :6.( New Pekin. Oct. 3-l'rint' Chun brotherof
    City Pensacolaii' . . . . 3 54 I :Moore, aged 12 yearewas shot > who
    I the emi>t ror. wont to Berlin
    1i; !at Uriggs . .Lots 5 and ti, blk :31, New City I tr.d killed by John Stalllnga aeM 11 to apologize; for the m nsr! of Bal"1nYon LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
    . . . ". 1> EKKKCT DECEMBER 1. 1)1
    Lt ; Pensacola . ... '.. 5 21 years. Stallmgs was arrested aaJ I I
    OtMer. O .
    Lot blk 35 NVCUy Pensacola 3 SO '
    i- G. Johnson. S, laded New OrleBnR and Mobile.
    ;y U ator Tate. Jr.. .Lots 6 lo 10. blk 37, New City I na. has been married to a daughter o: I -- .n_ _

    E Pensacola . . . . . G35 SPENT MORE THAN $1000. lung Lu. grand sir r.tan! to the throna I "o... 1'1 I,"0.. :.;.... : ,,0. I .
    \\ Tate Jr..Lots 11. 12 and 13 blk 63, New and t one of the hichf and most powerful T:13 a IiI m 11:03 p Leave n' PI'Dacoa: h-I----8 4 ,", p caa5)
    r City Pensacolant . . . . 2 S9 \V. W. Baker, of Plainview :\eb..1 j officials In China 1 S 2:7p: I'I a Leave... Flomatou ? :,., I' .' t
    I writes : "My wife suffered from 11.00 a frl p 2:53 a Lf'sn.. .... lobllt Leave I lie'n't: l. :'. :! r
    1 \\ ''r Tate. Jr. Lot 1. blk CH.! NVw iCty Pensacola: 1 57 lun? trouble for fifteen year She i ...._ !I:!'>p 7:30 a !:t to -0-N.a _')Neanv- .:--.a"e ..a4' p t

    r Maiy Jordan . Lots IS to 20, blli 103.: New City over $10.)) with'IHI relief. She: became Washington O<1. 2.--Rear Admiral North.Yo. .
    fr Pensacola . . . . 6 35 very low and lot all hop1. A James K Jou,.tt. r.S.. X. mired died j
    n !(, ft of lot 3 blk I ::. No. 4 No 1 ,
    a ; hit limar Lot 2 and friend recommeud Foley's lloney j .
    The Anciorase Silver
    at his' home !!! 111 p m 12:15 pm I.. """ .. 1'l'n.acola Arrvt I 4:r" pm' .
    107 New City P and Tar and thanks to great .
    I Sprnr Md.. at an early! hour this'morning. a:15am :57pin: Arr.v" font"ry..Ltave 1Iam: -
    .: F. . West =30 ft lot .[". and e IS ft lot remedy, it sjved her life. She enjoys 1L 5l'am r."pro .HumIj'nnrLeave r...., am' I
    t 14. bit K? N -w City Pensacola 10 OS I better health than she has ;, He was 74 yews old and 7'tSpm Sl: la mrnvr. .. :\as:1'I: II... .. Leave
    2iem r1a \rr1\- Ln.y !Ii. .. Ievr Sit -
    had a large and distlrgttiehed career. ,; m pm'
    \ T: . : : 1'<,. New City I known in ten vear. Refuse ;substi : 7am tI'I" mrr" l'lIel&natl.: leave ,' ti
    . . . :. 5 41 MuteV.: A.'D'Aleniberte, 121 S.; Hr- wa born in K"injcVy htdas appointed 7a'am_ I.i'pm Atlt" I"LI.- I....... 1:1pm:

    . '!( : > .' New City ; Palafox street. I 1 from ttat state. lIe was retired PEN ACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.

    J . . . . 311 I :: in 1S0.! __ .__ I
    'i I
    ?_ : .r ;. \ i :..:1-1. I : [iI'; 124, New City I I Ii -- -- -- ; No. :21-Daily So 8-Daily | Notop where lime nul tbown So. i-l an> .N_J. _I

    .Lo'.k . . . . 541 i Rather I.fonrnuinir. : Death cf Consul Rider. 11:55 7(1 a m L4a\8. .. Pensacola ....Arrl" 1lo.-.' h t
    flji II pm pm'
    C. I' . : 'H 147 XCity I Shi- told me she had made a study New York. O l't H\!:f'\ . . . . 560 I of paluiis-trj." ; formerly a business man ta: this city, l-Ju": 7.18" "" ... .... Y nlestra ....- .". i lei:" ".. ..
    1213" 1'1'1" ..._....Eacambvt ...... i I IOS115t
    :.r : : t Ik 175, New City "1Cr11 Y' j and recently appointed United Stat..sronsul : 7'.S: .. .._ oIulat ..... .... .. t01 .
    1 1: . . . . 2 24 I ""'l'll. .she offered to read my palm. at Sittillo. Mexico, is dead '>f ,. Iiis: ".,. .". .... ... ..._. Harp ... .w. .... lO;:. ,
    I a.50 7.11.'i .........Gtcity.I ........ 10.5 "
    1.1" . I !k 17V New City and 1 let her." cancer, says a I'ortsmoutb. X. 11., dis I. 1.:&. .. 7:3" ..... .Milton .. ..... 10": I "
    I I' '.' I h >:::1 134Z1 "Naturally." I 1:111) am..... .. .....Gold Range ..._ .. I I. ,
    patch. I 155 h 8:15" .. .... .... HolU .. .... .. .' .
    I' r.i .1-.1. !iiL! :'N. Pensacola 1 01 ,
    > 'w ."ity. "And then the told we that I was going : 2:0 "' SaI": ......._ otlllllUl!;! ..... .. I D., I I" ,
    \.111 . IAi :." .'-1. Now ..*v Pensacola S3 to suffer a disappointment in love, : Heir Manchester. 9:51 I 9dt1 ........Crestview. ....: ':11" 4
    New to
    I V .u . .Ixr:: ".. i II! JJ4. N-w \ ppDsacola 4 V3 Ino" 8AS" / .Deer Land ._ ,I 8:'>..1" J' .
    but would ft, over it and marry a i Ot. 2.-The Duchess of .... .... "
    .trot Head
    Belfast -
    '\:1. If." :. . .1.<1' 1 > .:. I hk! 2Xu'v City 1:1S: ':10" .. y < 441' .
    I I" "a: . . . . G 35 poor girl.What. ; Manchester, who was Mica Hel-en '.:.03"B to I 1:15"8:44" ..DeFnntakhpringt0,1. ...... Argyia" .._ TH..
    .! J. .. ., .. . .Lo 'I I I .: I II'.. 2:1N, I,,. (":-vI' did you say? IIChat I Zimmerman of Cincinnati 0.. gave i ...." a; l' .. .Ponce d" Leon.. ... I 7:11": .
    I could 1 say': She's rkh, and 6:1>> 19:10' ?... ..w'.ttvllt. ... 7:17" J
    castlcounty *
    . a"son.. at Tandeagf : I
    I I:1: 633 birth! tu 1 6lJOI" III 15' ..... 'aryville _.._ I YU" : .. ;
    ; .k . .IA: : '. T hk: '.' N,--v City! I Intended to propsu to her that very Arm eh. Both the mother II! 5W I h.i. ,, .. ....._..l: I .t .. !"
    : I '. i . . :211 1 1I evening.1iat." and child are doing \n*l. i Sao "' 10:47" 4 .. 1\:31" .. "
    II.S; I 11.'" .. Cottondala. ,1Il- : aiyq
    I. t I. . .I.I : J*. .-Ik -_ N.C.ty I :I I I 11:25 I I.. Narbonne n;. ,
    I'! .a . . 2931 i iI \\ in..vr ( o,,M she taker NEVER ASK ADVICE. ;:1101"' tI4 i i".. "ypc". ",. 5olr .: j
    t 1. 1 ; ,,- :\t'W" p.. M th.>. sister tells me 1u" It 52: Hraac\ c1g.. .._. t r: '
    I E .1..1' : !: :\r..1a 1 75Z <> -r your When you have a cough;: or cold! "
    ; 1:""' L oil noon" u.'ad. l'
    L II' .1.0:: ': i 1:1: ."1,1 :: ,) .. ;:UN. NeW I you tixik u Mi-oml lu-linii;,' of puddingat don't ark what j", good for it add get ., $:IS I I:.t'i"' ArrvR.v.; .. 'In.IIm 1.\. I. It
    .. I I' .. Li. . 24 .
    ! ( : "' Mr* Ur"wll't.oI.Iuy. some medicine with little 01 no merit .
    t I'; :;! I':3.: ."" "' : II;' N .w. r>'v No :1 Little Elsif So I ditto mnminn. and perhaps d.iu/ernii; *. Ak for :

    .. ';v t ". !P' i.-ac'ta 19 23 30w 113': "J It) you think that was right. Lisle:" Foley' Houey and Tar, the irreatp-t I THE NEW GROCERY STOREMOVER .
    771 .I. ,. .. N.nv ', 'I.-acola 61 1 '.i't'S..U' know you have often told throat and luii* rmidy, it iurircouKhi
    \ \ a .1. : :T -1... I .:k 373 IP I me not to oontr.nhct! any one, and Mr*. and c.)ld* quickly. fA.. -, : "
    P . 1 j' r' .- ..\ .T. n'.;'1T' city of I! I
    and 1couldn't
    a M.H.-oiid ieiiin'-r! ; tu pudding,
    | WILL
    1 . . .* 4 4S want Be 'l-
    : contrnt'.k-t: IKT. could ITVa If you a good
    '1 : !.I : : 1 'i 1 iMi'aTr.!: City of .
    w y ;.. .. .1. . . . . 2 89 i I i \ *>hiugtou; Star. stead or a nice Cril for the :, Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date St k
    ''' f 1 1.. 12: Dallas Tr. I I,
    I : -1" !la . . . 2 24 ; TU Fur Tut.Al baby, $o to Marat on $ of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.

    Lt i l'u! > Tr. Cty of !!I .y--Wl-rn !..- iuitrrittd the widow, jUill n's. No 30 W. Government St. Salisbury Blcc k.

    . . . 4 4S hI' :.t"pt'ti "!a....kalg.31aud1Chy't ,
    I. t' n' '. 'r"'! \1 l v of lot 7. blk I TI.I.KPIJONU: : :B7

    I ,I' t.< 'da! . . .3: 2s SOw148< Alzy-Well, she gave up her trecd -. -- --- q.
    j a "': ",.4] SI : ihts t and 10. blk 1 I for 'r. c. and he base up the weed for f
    .. !i' =-la . . 23! 23 row 4 4S I h.-r. Curse
    The Star
    (f 1.1 :.' Ix '4 I l' ihik .. City !1 1ot' Laundry, I

    VL j',.; -'.. _.:,1 . . . . 2$ 2s 30w 6 SO Natural Anxicljf
    ! i ;. ., n. ( "I.: 7, blU :::. City of Pen :.

    5t ..1. . . . . . 23 2s SOw 3 54 Mother regard approaching: winter Biggest Busiest Best !
    blk 12 with uneame *, children take ,
    .l4"-' toll >r nwi4. City DRINK
    . . . cold >.. eiIIXo: di-ea cots more
    II .,t PensacoU 2S 2s SOw 3 51 i --- -- -- ----
    little live than Its attack
    iso i
    t:'i>t>t IHIH..Lot 4. Pi'bley's\' of b& 22. Ci't[ '
    aj of Pensamla . . . . 2Sa SOw 3 54 sudden that the *uflerer i;: often trtUIBT !
    beyond human aid before the doctor
    i nkiiown Ov.ers. Lot 5. blk 23. Crv "f Pensacola. 2S :2s:: SOw 101 i .
    arrive. ::fuh: ewes yield readily to
    Saran,! Batl.r..Lots 8 to H. n'':< ft lot 7, blk2i, One Minute C-nuh Cure. Liqaifle WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. f I Tkey) Speak

    of Pensacola . . . 2S i) S 21 ., .. fl
    'y ss1)'v : the mucus. allay ii rkmrnatioii, removes .y lute )" 1 '/0. I. i.Ie' "
    1 ., Ilk 2S. Ctof Pensaeola.:! 1 2* danger. Absolutely safe. Act ..I r. :00' ..r...:. ,'l."rp.'"a: ll.. :., )I
    + .! II. Refl..Lot: 6. blk I":g CUT of P..nt acola. 2S 2s 3ww) : 21 irftJK-diately. Cure*, coughs. ('111.15. nl'.eKibhoD--mcdya .lcarror .I..t t"Y I '
    Unknown Owners..Ut '... Mk J:<. City of P'nal.'oI1.S! : 2s S6: 121) grip bronchiti all throat and lung the dla ea..*d app.!H" fir aU'uiivlicninn' Tkeiiselves laV *
    Ittuis. wbfiher the IHIICDI I. a I'intirmtdin ,
    } L. C. McRai . Lot 13.: blk 2*. Cof: Pensacola. 2S 2?! 3tjw 3 17 I I trouble. F. :McMihon.. Hampton. >-! ... a tlpulcr'"' iclal rtruik "r'I
    i 1 'I irijjvh. Sr..Lots 21 and :!:!. bit!: 2i! >. City of Pea- Ga. : "A bad cold rendered me voice- drunkard Jmp..lh.luranvn..hs\.aD! ,:
    I, I sacola . . . . . . 25 2. SOw 6 23 Ie-* juct before an oratorical contft. app..tltf"\ bite K'bbon(or alcoholic KeiiifrtT.ln .Iyuurt earl: isingN ,' { \ .. In tLf'! r. I

    + / Klijah[ Jr . .\.& 2': btk 2?. City of rpn a'ola. >* 2* SJ 1 01 I intended to withdraw, but took Tfil h y MriHlM; ofV.. (' T t .. aid I 'r. Clark..Lots S and a. Pl'Il"y's: die ilk :3>$. One Minute Cough Cure. It rtored Mrs.'. 'I'lOr... Dr"k< 'up-rini.-aJen'' of '\\'4)- th >> elve*. They will 1 .
    City of Pensa"oa . . . 2S 2-s 30w 1 !7 my voice in time to win the medal man ibrl>:inu Trtnpera&p I QUID 'n., 1 ,.
    t'alttoniia. "I hen '
    tura. "n et: tuti luau we ..*u.Ve wat: :
    \rs Jas. \Vaiers. .Lots 10 and 11 Pt>hlpy'j diT., bIlL ; Harsrl,*;' Pharmacy, John Sbeppard. ., White Ribbon Remedy on very OI"I')1al. .
    +%.1 3S. City of PentacoK . . 25 :2s: SOw 1 87 Sidney Kaha. drunkards and tb. curr< b**... be-n maiiv.. nvae by wfc work wt J.
    u Iu tuany 'a ei tt* KrBivdT v given tcr < -
    'J'( Ben. Chlrk..Lot ls. Pebley'a d.. blk 3S. City I tly. I cbeerfulljr rec..nim,nd and m- v what we -\r..

    of Pensacola . . . . 2$ 2s 3 I ncfut A. Borras.-liist 30 ft of lots 6 to 10. bk S'. I: the Ile N. l Yt.I 113.9 Asais our neon treatment are delighted lu mil at to .a tlnd our*r:-mpr-< onotuieal -

    City of I'(menu . . 2! 2s :30w: 1 i 50; ac'. work ALL WORK C. O. D. DciifEiii ; : '
    1 Sptul If G 6& ear: r fa: End : -
    ft of lots 13 17 blk ,
    1[ Dtdpbhi..1VGO i> 41. Cityof Irug.attor: hv m il II I. Trial p".kall' ,

    Pensacola . . . . 2J 2s 10j:7:: el O. free by riung: Mrs. A. M. Townsend for TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST-
    C U Allen . Lots 6 and 7, blk 43. City of Peat -- ---- years secretary of a Woman's Otirist- i

    sacola . . . . . . 2S 2s SOw: 5 41 hose, all sizes, at ian Temperance Union 218 Tremont : WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
    i, HturyM.Marshall..Lc-J-, Lk3.. City of Pt'nsacob.S:: 2s3r 6 03:; SL, Boston Mass old In fefi'acola by : ,

    ',t Fanny Lewis . Ed.stSl ft of lots 1 to 4. acrf 21, blk : the Willis Hardware Go's. Hannah Bros.. 21 1'alatox '., a 0 .

    t 41, City of Peasjeoli . . 25:! 2s:: SOw 1 69I' 1I ., ESTABLISHED 1862.

    I' .T Robinson and I ---- -- -
    i, Frank Jonl.s..I.ots 12 to 23. IHc 41. City of P+
    4 .. ... . . . . 21 2 i SOw 4 7$ The undersigned takes this method McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
    of offering her services as a TRY NEW DISCOVERY ,
    Ir.Kncwn Owners..Ixits 9 end 10, Uk 50. City of Pen- 1 ; !!

    sacola .. . . . . 2i 2s JOwrViiVncwn 113 Qr t-lass licensed midwife having D D/a1a11 n- D
    nwi..Ixits 13 and lie b!!. Sag City of 1"-:1': had 35 years experience. FOR THAT COLD. i!

    s.+col.t .. . . . . . 28: 2s SOw 1 13 ; Can leading give physicians best of references of this: city.from TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. i Ship Chandlery and General Nardware

    Unknown Owners..Ixit 2, going east Uk 56; City of MRS. )(. OIDDEXS Cures ConsumptionCoughs i
    i 1 IVnsacol.i: . . . . 2S 2s S>v: 113 : 80S AND 005 d. FALAFOX STREET.
    Jltf 114 South DeVilliers St.
    X A. Hill. . .. .Lot 5, or s 50 ft of nw>,4 Uk S 'Colds, BroHchiti, Asthma, !I II .
    City of Pensacola . . . 2S 2s 3ow 4 4$ -------- --4 a-- ThZOV'REVERE -- -
    Vnwnown Owners. .81S ft of n 10$ It.t, > front by !0 I I PneumoniaHayFeverPleurisy -1 COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'3 PONH CO d
    u, ft, blk 56. City of Pensacola.: 2$ is 20w 5 54 Marston $ Quina have i LaGrippe Hoarseness: GALVANIZED WIRE ROPI:, A. RDS8HL BON'S PCMPri

    t;'' Henry Lewis..W30: ft of sw'',. blk T-C. City of i! some very nice Dressers and : Sore Throat, Croup and i Cum brute Niils Ills, luticil listriaiiU Chris, litkirt, Hi"'
    i: Tensacola r.. .. . . . 2!. .s SOw 44S Wash Stands
    very cheap. i Whooping Cough. : COMPASSES. LOGS ETC.FC. .
    C. McAuley'U ft of uwl.. blk 57, City of I'
    Just the thing to go with NO CURE. NO PAY. McKenzie Oertla? Collecting! Agent for Bar Pilot1 Benevolent,')

    (fContnuOJ! on Page Seven.) Iron Beds. l Price 50c and $10 TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. l elation. ..

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    < Bennett Puts Green to I 3; t I

    Sleep. Sentenced for Accepting Bribe. I : 1
    Slow Starvation Cripple Orek, Col.. Oil 2. "'Crln.p :Mlmi %noli3, Minn.. Oct 2.-Jud ,
    !*> Cr f'k" Kin Bcnc'-tt_ of this city Brook tMs I I
    morning sentenced former
    Is the fate of sufferers from dyspepsia and indigestion knocked] out Dick Green, of Chicago, Superintendent of Police Fred \V I-J

    If your food remains undigested it can't build up the I II at the! opera hours in the second Ames to six and a half ')=(>ars in the ) ,: .

    bod v. In fact It does actual damage by decaying in the 'I'' round of what wa*; to have linen a 2u- penitentiary for accepting a bribe\ A I I

    '; stomach and poisoning the system. round go. A hard left to the neckas stay of 50 days In which to move for : t

    ; 1: "I" ;; :I Green WM rung oS the ropes d'.l: & new trial wa; granted. I i

    ,! Digests i the work. Qr*' ii was put to sleep :
    : j
    $ II h
    IV UU Li and the floor 6 minutes afterthe .
    lay on New Cholera
    What In Egypt .
    You "
    ,4' 1\ 1 Eat. touct. Tb fight was for the 1 } Ii
    Cairo '
    Egypt Ot.
    4 3.-There were :251! \ I Infants Children. I t
    II'It' Kodol the sensible lightweight cbani onship of the coast for j, '
    remedy. By digesting what yon Cairo. Egypt Oct. :2.! -There were 234!:
    rt eat it strengthens" the body and at the same time rests cases of t
    reported in !
    Egypt yes. The Kind You Hive Always Nought lias borne the signature I
    the stomach. This rest
    soon restores perfect health. Brigadier Generals Appointed. '
    Ni Cathartics and stimulants only reach the t day and 241 deaths from that dis- tif Cliax. II. Fletcher, and has boon made under hi, I.
    symptoms. Washin Oct. 2.-The presidenthas t
    1t < : the
    Kodol cures. It is Nature's tonic. outbreak personal supervision for over JJO years. Allow no ono t ; ,

    r ire years azo a dlira e the doctors called dyspepsia took such a hold OD me that I could appointed the following brigadiergenerals aitly 15, are 30.C3S::; cases anti :C0,3s5: to deceive you iu this. Counterfeits, Imitations and ; .I t 1'1 i i
    in the Colonel
    and other regular :
    v 1 took qUliDtltles pepsin medlcIDE'8, but *blng helped me. As a army deaths
    c'1'1'' -:; AD grasp at a.straw I crILblJ'd U Kodol I ff'1an ImpronmeDut once.aDd afeJ'e Amos I. Kimball assistant quartermastw "JiM-as-good" are but xperiinents: and endanger tho ; : ,

    (d ut."Ilim hOUDd aDd well Gxulida 8.lliBSH. A\ItOrDey-a\-Law\ Nocona, 'IeL n.wral now stationed at Rising Glass Won Stakes. health of Children-Experience against Experinieiit. I'llfi(
    It can't help but do
    you good. : New York; Colonel Chamlwrs McKib- London. Oct. 2 : :
    Rising mass!
    ...... LbottiBi ntalos2Rtmesasmuchtaetnalmeasurementasthetrtalsize! wWchsells forSOe I voathe The Kind You Have"Always BoughtBears t fl" l'
    I'r'p".d by E. C. *\\lit & Co., Chicago. Sold by all d&alfjsi.U I bon Twenty-fourth infantry. stationed: Jockey Club stakes: of Ifi.Onfl sovereigns I

    a IWOtbID. healing for II I at Fort Harrison, Mont. ; Colonel Chas for S and 4-year-uds! 1F "' \
    Dlrl"\ ,, lit ft hazel Salve skin application piles, sores IB the Signature of I ; I f
    dlstaset. Beware of counterfeit I C. Hood. Bieteenth infantry stationed miles, at Newmarket first October t

    J. hu 8heprtardHargU' Pharmacy Sidney; Kann. II.t Ft. McPherson; Oa. meeting day. Templcmore was second 1 Es

    I and Ard Patrick came in third. q I :
    Japanese Loan To Be Floated. HI

    bU Cls. London. Oct. 2.-The retort that :a Coal Shipments. i t

    s.rt Japar.t'Stloan Is to bo floated is con. Reading< Pa., Oct.: 1-To
    -..; E-ori- firmed. The Daring brothers the Reading Taiioa! l company claims to I I '! ( 'I ,

    Description of Land. ..: n:: :!i Hong Kong and Shanghai bank and have brought down :2.00! tons of coal! I 111 Use For Over 30 Years. $ : l lref

    ]: ':: ;O: ;g-:11; U Yokohama! Specie hank will issue and yesterday o.Onu. Reading: oil 11- f f..u. Mu..:, S..ff..fwoa._ rt:. I a .l ; t : f fi

    :* 0" next, wk $23.; '(>,i.ti'io Jaitne'on.: dais claim that shipiwr.ts since last _

    01 J-i -4P ': d wli'lated! hoivls! bearing 5 per cent interest. Sunday atiount: to in.ono tone I I

    --- They probably will be issue i THE GARDEN SECTION II 1 \jI,

    'nai ola . . . 2S 2s 30w 3 21 at par. Cardiff; Firm Books Large Order. : I. ;
    ? l.i t'o and! 23. blk 6u, City of London Ckt. 2.According to th- 1!: oOI'i: I ;j : r j J.

    .. . . . . I'orf1'11.1',*' Torture { ..
    P 'n acola .t. 2S 2s 30w 5 41 !St. lames Gazette a Cardiff firm yea tI

    .1. 't-!: Ii; to 1.1. and nVi lot 16. bIlL 83, To be relieved from torturing diseae I tprday booked a single American o. I ZFensacola, Flor i.da" t\ : : !

    ritv ot IVnaaeoli . . 28 2s :SOw 3 54''' after forty years': torture might der for la.oOO tons cf steam coal. E t

    i. a J4: !Ilk S3. City of Pensacola 28 2s 30w 641 well cure the gratitude of any one. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. : :
    .. ,"- 1 and: :2!, blk 'J3. City of Pen- I That: i* what De\\' tt'* Witch HazM: i : .. f, . . . 00 . oo :2S? 2s 30w 3 17'' mass did for C. Haney, Oenova, n.1 I "WATCH THe KJDNtYS" I : I Ii

    :N ". ", n of 11,14. blk 94. City: of Pen j ittlda He -ay-: : "DeWitfWitch Haz-jli "U'hfti they are affected, life i* in 1 Beautiful Lots for Sale. : :

    . . . . . . 28 2s 3uw :354S. NtlvM' cured me of piltafter 1 had Intl i danger." Dr. Absrnethy, thesrreat ''i I ,
    I says
    ; :" it ni w' hliv :"'I 'ity of Pen red forty; Cures cuts: Fnghh phy ic 1J. Koley'sKidnej 1 ;
    K. i . . . ... 2S 2s 30w 3 54 burn. wound, -ki.i: 311-ra-e-. Jewanof Cure makes *nuu'l kidney. 40x137feet at from 5175 to $200 each, according j i'' r '

    I and Jl: I !ilk : ; of !I1I1',11a c>>anti rfeit Hargi1'hari, : to location and surroundings. 1 .
    : ,1 t,1 W. City W. A. D AI' mlwl'tt' 121 S. Palaf.ixstreet. ; ; J : ;
    i-. .' . . 00 oo.S:! :2s 30w 1 69 macy John ::\I"I'I'lrl\! <\L Sidney! KaLu. :, : :

    v. "f 1 .'vt- 'ut 1"' 7 v and 24, --.; f -. --. --- -= i \Exceptionally Good Neigliftorhoo'l Beautiful View f I' I' I

    "iVli'lfny t ; of P. tsnt'"la . 2' 2s: 30w 486'; J i".f!,
    Dou't For I''nrrtri. Fertile Lands. .f
    : High
    < > > >O > > >* "N I Dry
    u \\-i it ot *. 1JM: ll I. lilk 117, City i it i t
    ,f }1'. j.sacola . . . 2S :2s 3ftw 5 41 PUBLICITY FOR Don't buy a thin;; you Uo nut need 1
    ,, borenK it IS clt<-: ). It Will, ; s t ;
    !I.. .' 'o 1i. or n.'d blk 122. City The grandest opportunity for investment ever

    .! I'-i!1"iicola . . 00 . :-I2s 3J iuvtKtmi-nt. I j I
    clfered in Pensacola.
    2s :Sow 11; .l : Idin't iloM'-il| t\.OJ niiirli\ on the! w* alh. I1
    di I !t.k 1 123. C.1Y of IVnsai-ula. :2s: ._ : ; t'' 1
    i 1. \i't'! 1"3:: . . . ooZ" 2s 30w 157 er to 1l1lt'! y.iur crops. Steady work i
    Kv ery Word Costs ton a Cent, Dome Seekers Should See These Lut s. i f :
    in in is worth .:
    Allot: ilk 14S. exivjit >t41. City n dry SI-.IS.MI a good J I '
    nt l'i-n>; ii.'ola . . . 2s :2s! :iuw 1 50iofblkl6fi.Cit.vnfPeiwacola nod K, ery Wrrd is Head shower, 'ausilll the moisture to rb. I Il

    .\\' J .2\! :2s 311w 1)1; 8 1 By liverybody.JUNla' ,oi't rc'i"our\ cuw l..x"iuie she is 'I LTC1ubbsCorner r \ :

    S',"ftufsWl", Wk! I'.S, City of not pl'IitatJ"IK'n you :give l lr noth-! : :
    IVnsacola . . 2S:! 2s 31)1 1? a. //I 1.
    1'U LINI ) tog but the worm eaten nubbins in "
    i N I... of fiat.fl. blk211; . . . 2S 2RtOW: tit . . : I winter; and turn her on a iicnnyroyul Garden and Alcaniz Streets !J'i

    s-i-, of fraofl! blki'M: 00. . 28 2s 3 .U tiittla large or mall amounts at low in "umlllt'r.IH't L i'- 1
    of 123:; ft of lot 2. and w 2s?: I I1"t : I i I
    : e ratt-sOf intTest. Call on L-slii< K. Urooko I
    yk-Ul to the temptation to go: in j F.O. BKKNT. WH KNOWLKB.: W. K 0:1\ IK. J S. KKKHK.Presldeat. : f j
    law, > H fulatox 1'01., lisberSmim
    at 2'4I
    of lats 1 ant blk 1t: City attorney
    U'bt\ U-cuiiMj f. Iil.. ins't ('a8 h!.f. f
    ,uldlnjt. you can get a thing "on Vice I'rfsidcnt. > r I
    ot IVnsarnla . . . 42 2s 3 >vv 161 I i I
    twelve! months' tint '." If make it
    -.. ,1 liS. Lot" r; and 7, fclk! :>.",. Cky of Tui- 1'U.II.\Y-l11..ou nerd money ( you I I !!

    hai-ola . . . . 00 0012 2s 30w 1473 I MONKY" borrow any amount you want a rule to pay cash, you will find that I ,'
    .o-Uiiv easiest terms and low eft rates.Dy"l1..r" ] 1 1 i ; I
    of Pt na'ola12 2s 3 3 21' on you can do without many things: you NationalOF Bank h.
    .J 1 r . Lot 21 blk! 111, City iw obt"'lIllblt'OD improved city real First
    ; . I l.o12, :: :. \.II111.. < ay of P..nsa( ola 42 2s 3ow 3 21 4tiU>t.--from Wm. tisUr, iti: ), South Paia01 buy N'cinse your credit is good.-Tin : :

    }Ld" is to 21. hI\II'! ,. City of Pen street In-If nes!>""/',; Farmer.A i I !

    \ acola . . . . . *2 2s 3i w 17 53; i YOU WANT TO HOKKOW MONKYlnvett .
    . Lot 23: blk 116 ("itv of Pensacola 2s 311\V 1 ;J'J '. money insure your prop !rtypro- I Monntrr (rah. : PENSACOLA.: r:..'. t ; I !'r 1. !
    : jareabstractaor, buy or sell real estate "The largest'crab in the world" saysa l ti +
    , 00 ::!'I 1 it s. front by I tin' ft(.adjoining. < bav --' '
    . rent property < any description. I !
    Chinese "has l ten sent ( t
    hk: 17., of pala'r ruin I I
    Amirson on n. City rents collected or your taxes' attended to i i3in.3aoToia.jiaiWM. : :
    !1' iisamla :. . . 42 2s SOw 2 .t'2'; Jail!l on or ildres Tbos. C. Watson Co. i Japan to the American Museum of j'.
    LOU:;'l', F. C. BRENT .V. K. HYER, 'h : ; I
    ttralFtrtateand: Insurance Rg nt8, 1'"DS8i H KNOWI.KS, W. A. 1I I.
    . ::::11:1: s front by"'; ft n u :22.: oU.. KU.: Cbargesmot-mate To everyone i:| Natural: .History.: Its 1 lly is about the D O. lmg 1'r i t J J'r
    l II.IKI- ,!27. hlk ', ", < !t\ of Pensa.ob rbo linvs a lot from us w.' will lend money ,: sine of a large dinner plate! nn.l: its

    . . 42 2s 30w 3 92''I with w hicb to build a house Md-t_ ( !! two l'Tl'ltrms wonM go nrourxl a j L i

    : I\1 ;' lilk ::.: n.''iii--i 'li""-r. Ci-y I man. The ingest laeiisureun'tit: (n the 'r I j 1 1 I 1
    I'lirnitslifl ItiMHiiIOR --1 I
    :4 }l'. n'LI'ola: . . a : 3; H .. whole is twelve Wt. TIlt jointed m n m! Mk t Mi Md\ iili 1 ii I,

    ... i ,' > > tool! !*. I'K' r: !i' ,iiaUon! 1 UKXT: -Kro'it room ; bt'd.4r; ,. !! limbs resemble hnintNMi md earn. II ;' I i
    1'rail! City oi Pp"a lib 407 1. A. H.ckwitli, -'li North lIarc..h'nli i I y
    start near lir"lof\. ;n1wl.iridr I'pill mid honks as well as el.lwe.The .
    < ;.i''(i. ': r . LotJ'i. r i.> ft ,in' I1.1, .it"! vv ill ft i I '
    -- ---
    : !' crab is Paul to dis=tiii-c it-I If tuj -We d* 'w oar o-sru: Kills: elf Sacliiug: wa treat Britain irelacdQermauy ; ; ; I t 1
    ]led! :Jl:1 blk 4fi n..t.aN.ii 1'iaot, rt8ilt'tt -c.h..I.
    r'tof l','nsal ol.L . 2 :J2 j,, imitate the sea Ixiltom by t sticking i Kri,ace. Aactria! Italy, Holittud! pun. Bslglam! Ka!.aU, Noway. 1 f ; t !

    "i't! Lot :'JJ: : .' 10 ft let L'l I anv! in tt '! iI I t" 1 O".II..t IIEIli.ITI.nlfllli."t '15 East Wright: ."tr-.r'\ill." I I I'iwsps of sponge and seaweed on its riTr-jien, Darmara.r.d other Europtan coaiitnea.yesrlc I ,- I

    Jilt _:2: blk 41;. I itialM.ii Tractritv ;, I, i>y Mi.ti Marexret MIt'I"y 'Il9.1f I !l idy with a glutinous saliva"i i: 'i t 11.
    ur P'n!>RI"lla . 2 54 I I, ,r l Disbursed! upon: ;:lw MOH* bftTora'jle Terms, and tbtll f. i

    :, NT'i It lets! 2'J: t., ;'i I MK ''I,. I-'Olt<< tiAl.l,=. ,! OallgaUoneTakeii: Paytblea* For of eatirailou. Ten cr Klftee1 Artt; :, ;
    I -- -- CAXCKK: (TItU: II\ nlXIt! B.\I.\I: after 4 assol l ArriTng t'>era. 1 1kQ
    Tract Citv of 1''II"a'ola 3 54 "_ ; 1
    1'UR \ I.E. :ii pprcent helow cost, a fine I
    ., ..'. :; . q'l, ? lot" :29; to xi 1. i hlk] 4';. Donal- 1' lot of matting Jut from the factory : I !
    s.>n Tract C:'> of !'''i n':atola. 1 6' tecond-hand furniture, organ., desks and5tO5 i All *-kin anil HliMiil PISCHN Cured s.fet1" D P\Hdt-a: : ,. flr1 5 per cent below cost at 1 risber'sN I with which we li> va H 'rive ..'tt.rt\6nt' ( U'Q ii. I
    \: \:>":(>1 Funilthrat+lorell- lurnigonast tfIj'OK Mra. JI. L. AdiiiH, KreJoiii-i, Ali .

    . Lit 12:! and w 7 tt lot 1 11, Donal- : .. took Kotanic flood Balm, wliK-li! 1'/- of Ront mru. I.I I. I
    -onX".Mk4\! . . . 42 2s Z&r 195 SALK-Tn most QeMrable lots in J
    l the city on racy terms, by tbe Fisher factually cured nn eating; l'UIICf1"oil t
    .,, : i h. Lot >; blk l::1. \\iiti i- Front City of ,: tt'sl l Estate Agency 2iw;. Youth Haiafoi I I I"
    I'" .'n-3rnkt'!: . . 1(1 08 tlreet. atm the nose and face. The -..rl'- t!..aiI'd i.I 'i.

    l.- s to 1 !L. .xcop', s :Sft ft blk :V;. l It"It't- \I.K-fow with ..-.."I'k.-cita I'u (. up (wrf..ctly.l:1ny: d"<:lur- load WE ILL' FURNSH! YOUR HOME FBEE I

    Water Front City or Pt'iii-acoia 11 93:: AI'l'tr tu W s tf"rtiUI. lilt ( givfli up her <:a.I'I, liiiiete! | =- liuildredt : : I. I I.It !

    ,>. O. I'-nt of blk'! s, 1Vat.'r Frani City e--- / tr..1n t' liltnharm !
    .. ._I.lAI IttOOIti.. . __. .. ; ", of case< of cancel. :HI ing.ores f4'tent : : ,o' : I i
    -- --- ---- --- -- :
    i pi I1."i.s.uola' . . . . 93 !34 ;
    _. __ la. HAKAH KMKkK-Mannfaetnroraud I I -upperatlti swellitiij\ : ,>tc.. .
    A. H IrALEMBEItfr:, : 11 dealer In Hair Goods, Hats. Toilet !1 have bees cared by hood Balm ...ur', ., .,, '. .. ., ,.. J i I.
    lur rv 1 ; ;
    \rtlolen Hair Oil eto. N W. (Jovernmeot ea f
    Tax Collector, Esi-embia ('onnty.Hone Ainon other, :\I!'*. B. :M. (Ju.'rtry.1Varrinr 1 ..,. .- 1, I..,.'" I, .r _. !. I' : I
    ,,, n I.t "' ,1. -- -- :
    -- rtreet.1U1.111. stand, Ala. Her in.-. and: .. .. .... .., .- :: ,
    .ro.... ,," ,10 v.. I. ,-' e. 'Yte ttl '
    lip were raw as beef with ntli-n.-.ive .., .
    I'a.!: t* jiul;' n .r,- l* i itli i i:
    at Savannah.ix I 1.11'4:: liutrr (;r..n ( r<>p.. """"' -""- '- : di-charge from the :111111'.r.. .-. i i. .!.. .11 n v .1 1/, ., ..,( i
    ; COMB BROWN I.FuIfORNYexcluslvrly. : ,. .. i 1 I
    I.oliLt .
    2. The Ho"- W (.11 I'll IMnaiT f
    : Ill the r i "rt ol tinfjrni T.s' institute Poctorradvised rr M. I I
    Hto/'k and Kjis:( for 'aht. cutting! but it d. >* I il i 1."f"I.! .I.- Ib' t t'.i
    .- has lnHirfrt T1*. ( liUK-iu IH1l'I' Le-ise Od'HR at WI11U hardware Cn'v. 1HtfCoi'l' nkt' 1", 111. i ilit' '
    I. ot fIItal n \ :Uwrllt's ( failed. Hlood Built healed ; te \', t, !urrliln .jn-, / .
    a e'OULI1 Ot!:,,)U3 of "(;r,-*'n 'roiis, us I..rtiIiZl.r "nre. *. alldIr*, Oll"rllt'\. a- I m n .raid rl}" '. I'\ ". "...'.",..1 "l.U 1.1.'" I.: ." lM \ J ;.
    FlO V
    << 1UI-O. . *
    .' 1.It. IlII.yir.g $:U"d He ,,".'"!> lie has twit I'anu.s, our of ( well ->s ever. 15,>tat: ic lllood: Halm: I. Mr I; .i.. .. :: I f.fI M\," 11; ] )

    -'lit ,Iw 01"1".1 f-ir thi'tii hciug a mule or wore troinbcre pUT K1.OWKBS: and fl oral. l-eilgns- : al-o cures eczema itching humor, ,VI. ... ,, .'r, I |I' ". I" i, ,I
    l Hpncla! designs ordered f r caste.mres scaband *cales;;;, bone PHIII-I, ulcrolreulve -. "nili.. Ia M. .., .. ",. ,. foy I !
    h _' '. WOnit'D. C. h<> :h ''S. It ia tuo fur to haul manure, Mm Vtoleile Moreno, Si8: West Orrcorj, .".. ., 1." II .I .11 .
    1 '.r ;c.' l/Io\"pmfM + an Inlit.s found it nt'it'j-.Miry to suvRmn j1 one **diroWAIS'l'IJU. pimples blood poi-on, car- i in<.i' '.'. 'UYr i .l IU. .: ..' 'iifeM.w1 !'f, II
    buiiclers, 'crofnLi. n-inH- and butiiI |)- nunJ ir M'I't.'UlIllI." ,- U>.. NiifiJiSALVONASQAP I I' I
    '. .\. !ii'-le last ; clvla ti> IH- plowed in for cultiiiiiui. t
    I Iuuthe -kin and all blood tronblei.
    \ '> iwitor lJI" I \'.- -' -- i, I IruL'rists, tl per large buttleSjinple ; CO.. Car' 1.2 th'i& Pine Sts, ST. LOUIS MO1ISjljMIUIiaBittMaaBgC : J II :I

    1 IP r'inlrctl. Clover hiK })rut ,>.I l most sjitisfu-tory. 1\i 1* AX l'KIMen; to learn barber trade. : : of Kotanic Klood Halm fre< ., ._.BBaBBE_ = gfa'. !tfl. .f-iBBgig. __ ,
    .. .. : -"' i although if :i i-it-'b of it is nut swiiivilj more experience Mends. practice in .boUIIlI1.quaiiiled. thanrears ti-aolier: and prepaid by writing Itloml! Hilm -- i' j
    t\ill Ue viilnxlilo.Tho : ',. Co Atlanta Ga. Describe tronblt i
    i i>iiis .I It-wl.ere.! tools given, .ard inclurt" ] : NOIK '
    ... ... CHOICESTUK r !t 1 Itt
    value of rU \or as a pn-en manure !" uturdayn.ektatilisiied h -I. ""rucu. I land *|>ecial medical advice ,ell! MI :
    1 c. ; Receipts. lanandcntalotu-unilyd frO'". Meier linr- 'ealed letter. It is certainly worth I '!!'itvt- b'-*-,' :'iutt( '"ri7! :' (1 ti- '
    I is shown by the fact that a fair h..r Totes.ew UrteaN, IA. s*tj : .ii
    "1'<1 lins to fill l'I'OII t gathers in its stalks, loaves and 'while inve..tijjatin. such r "remark1 nb-crijition" forVIJI.. j..UIIII1Jryall'3 !!- : 'i
    \\'AXrKl: >-r..<> colored IH.VS at I'en-a- I able remedy, a* hl l".d 1 Haltn cure u 1 inn
    the Port : "Th
    : 1 I rix.t-, |ior :are K:> }">undii of nitroppn.lir \ \ ,'nI8Ihl..uc club; also on' ftto waitnn ; the iiiot; :awful, wort; and mo-t paper e.tIUI..II..r. mmr I CONFECTIONERY i ;
    I h-'st1; year > tit potash anti 4'i of pb''''iilu>ri,* latlies, corner KymiiHsium llelmont: cla and..Haylen'treet i'ail at clubrooms ,. .i deep-eated blood diense.- fhe price i i- tl.ui pr year in :'io- .E p
    'I 1ft.1 breaker ariil. With \\nrth 10 tvnts a .
    j nitrogen lcttY 1 vatic'. ThiHe /ilp-irin tie j.aier; 1

    .' : !tort. Since j 1"01111.1. the nioiu.vino. is crfat. .. 1i i Jin l" it *et.t'.1! ri! t'_ by -f-i. jia.l.OOto -A'J I;

    ... :i', govern- I It may not IM.' iimc'tu-nl to lose a crop :, \ .\SrKI'rn st>> -Co.< at mid lire -sens.i MIlrn11raNTKpAII "'I, \!\ 1 Try one of our celebrated ( ;!I.I'UIIlIf'i-I/Ij"d. C. APOSTLE'S I 1'1'f ,

    ; -:2::: in ous- in onltT to :::ain fi-rtillKition.! but in \\1L c5'5 S. Felt Mattresses. H.M.: R.KHK:. ;, ,

    _.. nil at this | '('III'! itl : _.. GomiBMt
    : -.tme time iio so. th > su..dill; wheat crop brink norlitf !\They never pack or grow -- .---- it, ; !

    I'I in far more than the ('10\ ,'r erne Better than hnir "
    tnigharfiata ins; lumpy. a "rinrly ( "H1..VH Hi--ty Mt.IU.C' f',

    pbenOlw'ul :old imalliT wheat crop could !tan.: ittvlitaltnnlirtlrlillid.. : matii-ess, at half the price. xjpSDJ.5Pn( ? (1-0 l'; : 'if' Pin. P1,11 ".:. l.j: s ;"1
    done. An average;; crop of (clover how.ever t.. \
    2.0u doz"n.
    \ .
    I f. A, .I. at tli-
    > Marston Quinn > w i rt i : /
    1AHI.JiAKTHfl: > lal.h.' tj-
    I winch 1.,1" biro mndf into hay. |
    V II code of "HR\E \\hirlr.g; 5prdt .
    tt.-t'untallllne .cw .1
    \\1II11':1n' !t\\tvn ten and eleven tons! r'c Tl" ... '.. if
    tl' iiole: ex.tinlnation ti.r ma-t-r.lI.nd > '* la.lrl.r> i' I
    : ir: ti.r I'evrr. .. v.< .- cvAw : '. .' -. ,
    I' of roo. KTowth IHT am-. vhih will ill lies of 1 seH-eoinq"o thi npplicniit" .1- worked for Ilcnowilt out ftn.iexplmnul If you want a nice present to ;give; ", .v-. ": -; i 1 1 J I ,

    I ilv..r di nrdH,1 at I. l.i'iiotit' the soil ulnui't iinniensurultly. beeure to pass.V. A. Uaalenhrck.ole to friend, go and l' "k through; theelsiraut fmii".1.,1 1 lit.] !I

    iiu prev 'n'.Pd by The fonillzitiK effect of the broad aiceut. .Msltir line of suitable :articles at l-t If IM ,- .or, Incii.,. hr K. ThPeetinyCaf. uirs ire superio'of .

    --m'' with If Witt's I I I leaves hluuiin; tin surfae (-f the soil! .. J.I Mephen 1. yon purely can find tlllt. I., .,. ; 'r., .. I) B4j <'''piilfa... i ;aSd i
    I ; "' :1'. Theme famous \\.IIall.II."p.- Oil I t t (1 t r r*'
    1 mills the UM'fnlnoss of the clover.Xo lociethnix to please you. If you lIKIPlllsl 1 I. .. A, C'l.ek
    t<> --- t Malr.1 I v n \ End lnjeruoi"
    : ': riv" Tl. inovelv 'll.. 11,1ff1, I
    ey want anything in the Diamond line nrtir i -r fc ln. (i f \ 1
    rotation can lie complete unless KOKL'K: WKLLS: \' II Hf.MPS- 1'.
    IVllt ,
    but ai.J : vai i dal I xtd'Lea 1 UU II..c o.. .k-. T Irp ll:48 L(mrsLlm1e' r
    copiously I' It clean the -11 Apply to l>. :\,. Merntt and U. J. Itnthrrforduldrehablt b" !>are to cps; : Hun beforvon buy .
    I clover is iirotniiieiit in it. ,u,,,.. ,
    r tout<' 'rupErut'';. ell and pump fixer : rt5trv 'SJlyin.IIIl- : .i ;i
    Room it' rimn Bid New
    !1't. lIt":: tn theghnd .. i soil! .is well n* enrioLus It. I It i b* lx=t WorK guarantrrd.ot on tbe ln-tallin e ? York ..)1" (f. u r : :
    plan : our priceaart' low, l hut -1 run l> spot I I
    'd 1 in front of tilt-
    iMiuoy. John ShepparJ: to sow tl.w1u1' s-e
    cash : address L> M Merntt UllvtIa. !
    drill Instead of Miind it. If sown t.. :11.111I' t ; I !

    !hind tliu ,drill the s-....d! will for tile ir.o
    ut. fall ill the same tracks a< the oit.- IlioruIIIZ II. Ih ;
    l I' -- 'Olb .4;.,, dlK hart ,,Iadamm.liua,, i
    ,ir kirii-v.; vvhiili. being !stroncer will IuA lUll >.lY HorsKat Whe-I-r rpringe, Ouwl..1 Irritati M vt bk.-ratio. '
    CAS1.0RIAfor I thu t fsuJ 01! aD t3' OF PYTHIA&PrnnacoU CM ti .( II ,. I
    I sup( up the fertility. Air and sunl'shtiii.l !' > Vary. Kstuer All the Kin.comforts. Mrs. I'ondon of hom propnetrer at Ut c! } ttr.n> utya.eta I'a.i.nor a,a, Rd a' t adtti.a I j

    Infants and Childrea ,' .1 deep riMit are n.t-..lfl for a poofl.nil. very reasrnable rates. \orth.-: :i tourists 1&1.fOLEY'O. I..tgf". No 8, K. of P. rattrr.SCntI.UtC.. ureduaoIU, i1;
    re"it will find tbl. Ideal 511011, :1,0 KiS Sold fey DrunUU.IL 1
    .. with strength:::: to the full an place to -pmd a pur- 1.i
    n.s Ikinofth.'ra.n.M. .. t.>' n meets every Mocfl y 'T'D F.8.A. 1ES orwttln piata! wrapper, ; .
    8 Kind You Have Always BocgWs "IIn4! ht. mm SUIE it i lag at. '.,' at C.nle Hi I'r!%8 Li' "w la, i
    "'.'1 VII I t- !"Oc'IIt..I. In the! Kloaat- WkttoiBallding /.irenUr- i I
    t' ,
    lurutls4 I I eat oo adoet, 1
    third floor
    13 # .. Iiir
    y the / -- ---- -- '" -y .
    nG..JI. /' DANGER IN FALL COLDS. Visiting brethren" eordUil- -- II

    winter leaving the seeds of pceuuionu. dlrret'ht. 1. l\"'. teachmij crate, 1 t. :. i i monty ,dun :d. CorUlnirtmcdlti H. UOBflLEB L ENYRQAL FELLS| | itr1
    F.l..fl.IIlPY .- and S. T-rm, i-UW per mon'.b or e.".'u for K.R.AI. :
    br.iicliiti :1'
    couumption. end JJ 0rllna a.4..l .. ..,.
    rtcojnlz fev )
    two in a (until I) Him ,Ark.x. Iae,, i'drnw i
    and Tir quK'klyauJ
    cure = k-'t' ( uu III '
    1 preventenou? rp?1uit5. It told Klowers For t-'iiiicral. neat phyzldiru'ts the but faKl&at oJ/i" i.i HtIt.- '..M ... ,.. 4V ;I
    un that do : )
    ( ) not .
    Seasonable household : I .t' .aAr .,
    i and reI bt: >. tried and tet-d. and Bltditt troubles. ; Itteen.. ba.a', u. ::;; I
    FOR FUNERALS fornlsDBd ? ... ., I Ip.
    'f' lee at theCo.'s. JJllli.t -afe aiHare, contains ni oputf* FLOWER ': o .i 4.. .
    and kitchen utensils t
    and will' not constipitf. \\". A. I in bonquetsorepeclaldrelgnr I FUCX IW M4 HMi at the 'I:'* r 1e.11. ii11.." '. xI,:u2ZZ
    IIil'rlre \itsi Vlolette Moreno. 8Wrtt Gregory I., ., .. I
    ; D'Alembertf, n'l s. P.ilifox. i !:one 1I'v. :!fodlm j W. A. D'ALEMBEBTE. |' Willis Hardware Co.'s. I I A.'*'.-- {a 4wIW..aa.ra.r ar r'.Ie,(VUlUk'''_1,.1l.ai4y J'*... I

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    EXPORTS :Book:

    HAND For October to date ..... ..... .... H :!twJ.SAILED


    I Nor ss Satire, Chrlsten, Antwerp
    Jj.25HS2SHSH5HSH5HS2SH525H525J i Br i>8 AuiUst Belmout Borer St'\\ Covers
    CHASTLY DISCOVERY MADE BYf j C stle.on.fynlt

    Robert Jordan left this afternoon | CLEANED

    PENSACOLA POLICEMAN. for New Orleans. Er s s anche'ter Corporation:s&vi, H eatl',
    I by Gulf Transit t'o for Newport New,with Free !
    Miss Belle Waiting has: returned 750 IonIC tons coal value $.',:>) w .
    Am ss Penaacula. hsia, Leech h lull
    Police Ollicer Louis Roach: found from a visit to Atlanta.J. Transit Co for Tampico, with :?J i ton?
    i coal, value 5.043: I To all purchasers of SCHOOL -.H' -

    badly decayed hand of a human be- I E. and George A. Cleary went will give handsome bank covers. Why not keep your school<<: | h ,. :
    AT QI !I
    t fag iu the water at the head of Itarr to Santa Rosa county today. It bk Iris. 7\111. Consigliere. Klo Janlero via and why not wear our SCHOOL HHOES? You WILL HAVE i i 11

    j wharf yesterday after Miss Nina Ferris of :Nashville is liarbadoex to orderIt
    : '
    celona street; : bk Edinburgh..n: 0\. Marl, Port Elizabeth : '

    11011. The hand is now at the police i iI in Pensacola, visiting her brother I' Ho-t via bk St Uriano Helena".order Cacheur. Opcrto to ,I Boys' Sat. Calf, Lace .. ......... .. $1 .; )
    W. B. Ferris' order : ._._. ..._ ............ ..._.
    station, but certainly: not awaiting lislNOcutaaea ,,

    its owner. soAr, I i I i! Mrs. William: and Miss; Torkel- I Youths' Sat. Calf, Lace. ...._...... ........ .... .. .. I illBoys' )
    son's dancing class will meet tonight

    I Officer Roach raked in the grut- Blackheads, ,! in the Salisbury building. I VESSELS IN PORT Box Calf, Lace. .. 1.:

    I Borne object and withsuperstitious

    i care took it to the station:; in a paper Red, Rough, Oily Skin 'I C. J. Bell is unable to be on duty j' STEAM: BIPS. Boys' Vici Kid, Lace .. 1 50 to ': JI ) {
    f IrCentoll'tl.Adams! toWSKeyert (
    clerk at the Merchants
    Prevented by as day .
    CrCairni-tratb. I (:I.IH luntt>r, to order
    ba?. It was seen today by scores! of W. L. Johnson is temporarily filling Am Horotbj, hit, ;McDonald to Nary" I Youths' Vici Kid, Lace 1 25 to ; :j

    P' jple.aud all sorts of surmises; have : the position.Ola department
    Mills Gulf Transit Co
    A m Kvely-.lNV to
    been made a* to the hand's url iu. tiCUtYSOAPOP. I, Br Kuterpe, :-'.", Wale, to Hull Transit Little Gents' Vici Kid, Lace.. ..1 00 to 1Misses' -
    ( Kendall, night at CoNor
    : Hydra, S-s u, Uabrifle, to Gulf Tran-
    The most plausible: theory: advanced Merchant! returned yesterday afternoon : fit Co X-Tension Sole, lace :

    Br IrUbrook. 17TS, Kerr, to I'ecsacola ,,
    thus far is that it i- relic of a from a pleasant visit to relatives Lumber .

    woman who was lost in the bjy "pv- at Kversjreen: : Ala. j J, Br Jobn*Co Co KrUiit, I,,.. Wyness, to W SKeyser : Misses' Laco or Button Pat. and

    er months,. ago, the bodyit wiioiu ; Members of the Little Folks Miujstrel i Transit pan< Leonora('o lvl, hu-tinza. to Gulf Leather Tip 125 to 1

    Company are doin their best span Mndrilcno, 1777, Liizarraga, to l.ulf
    w-, never recovered. 1'lie womanw j t '
    Transit ( 0 Misses' Pat. Lace ButtonMEYER '
    to excel one another in the entertain-1 i Kr :Nutdrld,1i73.: Karraat to W S Keyst-r or
    a. known as Lena Tyson, or Lena MrLuosi PEOPLE!: CSE: Crnmupreserving & CoKrSaxan :
    -trdbyCrTICraAViNTMF.S1. ter went to be given by the troupe this i Iflis, H enter. to order '
    i, moiude: as persons more familnt the month Hr ftlintiuMl, Richards, to W L Wltticb !
    punfj;',and iM-.iut.fym": : I .\ ( ohr I
    :y known to her: were pleased to skin, for cleaning tlie scalp of cruets Miss Annie 1'urdvexpect3 to'' Wildcroft, Milt, Mifklnzie. to W F' SHOE CO.
    her. scales: and tUmlrutT, and the stopping of :, Keyser t ('o ,
    designate liiu-tiinu, and leave next Monday at noon for I HIPS.
    AIIR! hair, for!' >fteiHtj, !: i
    Tim woman was the rod and sore bands, for she will .America.. l-JtJ: ,Ujlrtsen, to I'eBsAeola
    goin up bay B-Pluiiij: rough/ Washington, D. C., : Lumber Co Feet FnriiNlicro for ( ash Oul).
    { known "Alabama" baby rallies, itching and cliafiii-, and remain for some time as a guest ofi It t.lululltI>7, Rittor. to U<>sa-co lire- ;
    wit i a ue;! as
    j jau4
    fur all the pllrpoeof\ the toilet Kith and Nor btambou', His, liertbcuuisaeii, tu order
    wain a small boat. III some ;, curATjMillions of Women use CuiicrRA i i her aunt. R.4.RII: 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET j
    th.G of I.uus forannuyInjj .
    Sr ju Tin
    : way probably: while in a drunken ; luiUumMtioiiN aud excoriations I j J. W. Black, president of the :Nor Kavorlt:;. Nordboc, to H S L (0 r -
    4iif' irritations, Am Lottie iloore. 7v4, Sheppard, to Jno
    I I!j Oil Mill Co. from
    (Southern Cotton
    stupor, she rolled from the elevated >i ,ur too fn-e or oflVnsive perspiration A Merrill &CoNor
    lu tie form t.f washes for uk"r.tti.two"lk.nt'he i :Montgomery is at the Merchants teigurd I4li. Oxaernd, toll H Koyer VI'wr}
    deck into the bay and was never .
    ; lid fur aauati\e .
    ( many l'urllOstS.Complete 1 today. Mr. Black's company is just H'HO.F.RO.
    seen afterward. She fell in the i' Am Donna Christina, M5, Ai-U, to
    Treatment (for Humours, $1. completing plant on the outskirts master I

    # water while "Ala baua" was below ;' of the I flt
    'P'tC.I".1ean'ethe city. :
    ('on.ltlof! ('i-m r RS<'' : __ _. ; LOUIS FRIEDMAN & O.EVI
    aid .awl -aiften thetlih'l.elu',1
    s deck and from the fact that she -Uu .f-ru-u ruttrl.CCTIUBV MUI- "INTME..tto UP. CLEARED AND HAILED KOK PEP' .

    made no noise, the inference as i j' and CJ\c)IrriLUion...! ,.oulhe ant heal,lnl1lJlllllatI'n.;anti till.cuuv I PLAYS AND PLAYERS. j jI 8ACOLA.SUH-a. --

    KK-OUVNT TILLS (3ie.), t.. cool ant
    I made that she was drunk i i cleat,-" Vie }1IoH.I. A MN',!..; >t.r ia often I Chaunrey Olentt Is home from Europe 1-: J Hplcer, Br, IWS ..t Troon Aug 15Kupheuila are arriving; on every tram, in far Ill I ::>

    .$ As the body was never found j eutlicieut lu cur the severe.trac.C1'TITRA and rehearsing his newplay "Old it, J. >, aid Hamburg Aug II M GOODS our tore is petting filled up I In u, f1{
    RrtAtVFvr I'ILIS (ChooolateCoated I IHKKS. 1 first second floor cf all the Late -t
    s 1 i ) are a new! +solnarleeeo.numD'alsnhstitntefir .11Ift..
    there was no inquest and the incident .
    iI the .It.hral.,1 lnUiJClTU | ArdgowanGerIS5eldAntwerp July I: and Newest; Goods for our Big Fall Trade.
    I Kt oH E-T,1o\J dies, ,2ju.: I .\ Bay State Spinster" Is the title ofthe ehclon I<'..rral'l. 11, sid Uariton Sept itPensacola
    about I H\ price !
    is now forgotten. Miss It. k-!. sld Genoa Augi'ltit
    : play which Alice 1I"t's has
    the nrld BHtlih Dept V-2:!
    Sold thujhmit
    The hand found yesterday i is cut Cbirterh !'",!. 1'ini I1 'iTi IIKIO iJD Cat*. tukr: bole IA \ I "
    "; o2 smoothly about two inches above hnii., BO.IOU, I'.".A- _ ____ I Mr. Millum 1;. PhiJp.! an L'nzlMi! II lie.of I Silk and Flannel I Ol.lU\1 f IU OU\ pa rl'I.) .
    C. K. OF A. SOIREE Waists; from . . . .
    ; Ii the wribt joint, and this fact made: it. I j tenor, will sins in "Tlw Country Girl," ,

    that knife had : !! which opens the eailOU at Daly's, New : B,
    appear a surgeons; CHANGES IN i ii Just Received On* of the Handjom! Line of LAnl Esa: ;
    been used. This claim however iseaily |
    'fhe Catholic Knight America DRESS !SKIRTS ever: shown in I'enacol.i. -as
    i John H. Ivllenl Is to have the leading
    downed I'
    by the conclusionsuggested will give a soiree at their hallWednesday ,
    L & N. SHOPS ; part In "The Cliiulicrs' company ,
    ; today by the master of :t i iI i Tickets ?
    Oct. 15.
    now f
    | whuh!! AmeLa Bingham; will bend on Carpets Mattings and RugsOF
    t, tu< who stated it was probablewoman's I tin-load. i I sale. 10 td ,
    0' =
    had been
    body caught IJv reaonf tilttrdu fel' of Mr. I i (;Jili's MSUP, who has boon valuable i I ,
    t' in a 4teainer'?> crew, which would' i j memlier of Andrew Mack's company .!! Slr l.1.I'n"ilh l'araitU.Henderson! D.-p'irtment can *avd you mouey, !a- w t. ,In..
    C. F. (tiles several have diI
    lava cut it oil very quickly.A promotions i for a number of seasons, will again 1Jt j!I ; Grimett of thi place any corupetiliou. -

    druggist i saw the h iud this been made ia the L. & :N. shops been with liiia. was stricken with partial paralyse 55

    - moiuing ani -aid he thought! it had here. Alto Yolu. a oung California con :i and completely lost the tide of one rriloLSTEHY GOODS of every pe.-cription. We IIV: Ii!

    tralto sin .'ir from Polo county, is making I arm and side. After being treated ju-t received one of the largest" lines ever broughti!: > 1ICtt
    ben iu the water about two months ;: ..
    5 J. i 1. White succeed Mr. Giles as i by an eminent phy-ician for quite awhile \VfCIII o'lveflU man011. these g'Jll .
    T'! e flesh i iso badly amaciated and i a successith the popular Duss without relief, my wife recommended -
    i ma-ttr mechanic, and Fred Massey band in :New: York.Ldwin I Chamberlain' Pain Balm. .q.
    bp. are so discolored that it is im-
    t-ii.-ible to state: accurately whether'It comes iu for the foremanship of the i : : Stevens has been allotted the I and after using two bottles of it he SHOES! .< SHOES!! ..* SHOES!!! &

    II I lending part in the sensational: French ;, j. almost entirely cured.-OLO. n.I "
    1 } .- from a negro or, a white peron.Kl 1 comotiv8 department held by Mr. play "The Teh-phone" to be produced I! M 1>ox.\I..., Man., Loran county. Ky the Carload for Men Ladies" aud Clnldren. If \', ,

    I -' -:- -* 15Y-STKI't ----. White. Arthur C. Johnson sue j 1111 New York in October. I W. Va. Several other very remark '' in't ret what you want here there' ill uo ne f" I r, (0$
    able cures; of partial paralysis have it elsewhere We have what you want right I < r.
    c eJIr.. Mas-ey in the locomotive I Mrs. Lsiiifrtry: has announced her ins flit hard beat. **
    : been elTected by the use of this lini- !price- to
    con..f' MI Its line Wink.Vatch t'-ntion to build a theater ia London It known If!
    I inient. i< most widely ,
    :. I he list is
    ( l hop promotion particularly 3M: Pair LidiPi' Button :and! Lice 8loewor'1: -
    will In tead of her
    that she
    I occupy : 1 however for rheumatism
    i as a cure
    li \ colts drinkers and observe : illtHl'.tiU.r. duce the *.' 5<41 i iud fi: 1)\1.\) to clue out at only 3I I.t-"I 1 > pair. K![
    ; recipient present playhouse, the ImperialI I grains and bruises. Sold by drug'i..ts -
    t tu:4t practically: every one of them
    of this honor his just reached I :I aud medicine dealers. EII--
    i* -om form of incipient or fixed : /
    . tli--a ;e. hii-2lt birthday. Like Hot tJlkf'I
    the NEW: Want Column. Louis Friedman & Co.'AWW
    -- -- Try .
    MrF.. X. of
    Wright, San Fran- ;1 "The fastest :'EOllingartltle I have .
    -- ---
    ';"fI, Cal, telN her: experience : I THE FASHIONS. I lintny store" writes drujrzNt; C. T.
    tWf'Uh'.11'- old bpf-iie I ever I I smith of DiviKy.., "is Dr. Kins's : Furniture, L'U'
    If I f 1'0illt\\ t W AWt 1
    5 .-w the l.I'tt: of cotfee, and before Roppod, panno uhi] Jotted velvets New Discovery for Consumption. to THVOB l U )) b
    I'oiiKnenced drinking it I never' will Mill be used for separate waists.:: i Coughs and Cold, because it always
    teatrotbled in the least with contipinon of ales /
    :Some;; of the printed foulards for afternoon cure! In Inix' years it I
    but after drinking c"tlet> has never failed. I have known it Crab nets and fishing .

    1 A foi 11116 year, I becaincouitipated; wear this autumn He very to pave sulteters from Throat ai.d tackle to suit everybody at
    ti -,H'II a deirii that! I haJ to resort pretty, and the designs are multitudinous. Lung diseases who could ret ho ,

    i drug; tov.. tcoir.e it. '' ''h..lp' from doctors or any remedy." the Willis Hardware. Co'8. ; W E E1 ;

    At'-r thrt. year dunking colT.'e. Among utility! Fills, conservative( Mother'ly on it, best physicians : -- -best-'for theTherheice .

    T .id ululated u chI' .uie state of tastes remain faithful to satin foulards, 'rl"l'rih" it and \\'. .\. D'Alembt-rte, i

    .i-tipntion: and! other annoyingsymptoms which for the f-e.isoii before us ate particularly ell I I South: Pal.ifox: street, iririrantepatifaction ; I a 1t res.)e 1.1 O.1.p ever. Pryor'Fur sold here

    hi une numfe-t. The' iu colornj or rpfiindprice.. Trial
    li.-t thing in the I inoiniui, I Iud a'' Kutit-factory. quality buttleiTcc.. 1 n'.gtiLtr ?.il"';, ;ii'j :and niture Htorp. I HAVE !SEU RED I'HK; A'-KXCV: FOR THE:
    k iuche f m' nit a f
    - ..,. .nu! tti"--- feelin.sould l'.j..tnntll lon;: empire cloaks and reilinauti" _... _- ANHEUSER-BUSCH BREWING C, _'
    ( \ I bud drunk quantity)' of cofee. with IIMIM fronts will gnailiivp\ \

    fi At first 1 did not :a+-<.x-iatn these the liulit: KOWIIS to I be worn next "l.tSm THE WEATHER Wl'N.r'rY4I C'ELEBHATEOBudveiser

    f 1ti syuiptotn- with the habit of cmlee' if tlii yare nut quite so 1:iit us the

    i 4 'ir::akin;'. I tiimight my -vstem must ::0)II,. llw nsdves.
    s be run down, and I felt 1 Ltd thtt Bottled Beep-
    Ill spite of pnrtosts the large round
    t t !''''' coiff-e, Instead! i <.f pre-crtbed dnu-? : TO-DAY
    J would relieve the wenku i->. Like hat Mim\es :1 uniuii; the leading fall NICK'S I '
    ILL rot ITT ALL s \1.00\.
    : awl winter model Some of the new I I (
    I did from
    !i1 many I people nut reason I ,
    6.! tli. cause to effect. i Paris bliaipod are liuce::; as to brim and :i I

    [.l-1J. About this time I had an elderly ut..uI'JI low In proportion as to crown. ;; Local Forecast-Showers tonight; and A. MOOG -

    ,1 nurse in my empl'iy, who compliihel ( :Nat: to the bunirtuous.chow! satins;, trnturJayfresh south to southeast wind

    11 ;, I every tit,]r iug;: of -imilir! muiies: anti brocades that rank prominently I:I I IKTilUI? ? Dieitributor for W'eewt Floriein.t .

    , t' 'I sytnptoiiiand when I -u,:ijetedMimtral amen: the eta'uing: textiles to be ; Temperature in Last 24 Hiur : I

    t. water, ftc., to her: for htr worn for two seasons to come the Maximum .... ..... .... .. ... ..2degree+ I
    bllioiisiieh! ':\lllllllllllI the Minimum ...... .degrees,
    la beautiful lose tints stand supreme.New .- '
    but 'IT will relieve
    world my r "e me, I -
    when: 1 fuel! -" badly.' My hu-lm.d York I'ost.Thotiuh Temperature Elsewhere : ; DWEISER.

    began to 1'.mpIJIII: if he did not get ; .IU. Mia I II
    kI hi- Ciill.'e at a eeitaiu tune, of .Jul'.I- Fin.. I Atlanta .... ..... ... .. ....... 7> iBumarck DAILY MENUS
    u queersfciiiitioii A A n
    .. .. ... 5rtCbliftKO > AJ ,,
    t : -* in the -tonncli and iiead. the Japanese\ fulded fan is n ..... .. ...... .. :> 50 I y
    I beciiue alarmed at these coincidences ct.mmoii III'J"d iu this country, little Clnifiieifttl ...... .... .. ..... .. ..... ed "iiiatveston i i all the -
    and came to the couclurion known of its manufacture. One of ( _... ...... . ?.4 7 Compn-e Up-to-
    i is : [ Huron. ... ?. .......... .._-ii irtKansas I Date Dishes the Markets -
    P that cotfee bad astr'\ns a hold onus the lane: factoriwj Is at Kioto, here 1 acl.ourlllt .................. .... ..yl\ 55 I THOS. C. WATSON & CO.
    r as whiskey. has with the vt-rie-t of 3. HiO.KK( ) funs yearly are City._....... ..... ........ '*' 54 i of the World ,
    drunkard. About thu time I was i an average key West .... .. ... ...... '.' *i .
    f. ttinwHl out. Spain is the principal customer ..Memphis ... ... .... ... .. 7* *) ,, Aihrd.Ladies'
    # ) taken ill with inflammatory rheumatism fur the Kioto faun Italy comiLir Mobile ... .. ..... .. .. x! *ii LEADIHO REAL ESTATE RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS
    t and the two doctors who attended i Montgomery .............. .. ...... HJ &* ,
    q me told me I would have to next in iiupottnnee\ and then the New" Orleans .... ..... ....... .. 70f8 PEN'dACObVSouthwsst t'LOHtlJ.\.
    I coffee United States: and Mexico. The fans Sew. York .. .. .. ... 7. $
    r I stop drinking or remain a >annali .... ......._ .... ... w Private I Qa Streets.A .
    and den
    cripple a* they could not treat me are not at nil easy to manufacture as bt. Louis ... .... .. ..... A M Corner P.JifH'

    dl if I persisted i in using drug stronger eight: different workmen are required FEW VEUY DEHI1UBLB: DWBLLIKOS ,* J /
    tnau the drug I needed. to make a Miicte frame, white before Dining Parlor. .
    I My Iu.baudtnd I agreed to try i I' the fan Is finished it has to pass Ball Bearing, keen cutting jt .'< J ** Yt J* STOREd AID OFFICES FOR i iTwo L I

    an experiment and commenced the through; the hands of ten people. Lawn Mowers at the -
    .if Po-tum Food Coifee. The effect T-
    ,t u-6: _
    lar dWt'II1Dlfi.Hor,. on North i Ttort!fe connected: by lar
    wa marvelous and taught us Willis_Hardware Go'sBUDWE1SEP. Regular Dinner Daily.Short Baylen street? wish all modern CofVCDieawith ( rooms and kitchen "'> s-
    Hard on the Father.A I
    t'me'alulbld truths and now we ces, gab water and In residence portion of :1 (lovvrnment street, near Tarra! /
    would not touch a cup of cotfee for ,I little girl three years old who is : city, flu) per annum. '! rent as whole, or separately at
    anything. His business: demand::* the very fond of music has a father who : Large and comfortable dwelllnK, t.+tory rectal.

    utmost concentration of brain force cannot distinguish one tun from another C.A.STOn.A. i Orders Promptly with gas and water throughout the large corner lot of .
    wlthouthouses, locattd on
    continuously. He now looks like a However, she Is always urging 3-ars the The k nd 121 Hare tNals; emi'eHcataa : Filled Night I or Day. 1, La Rua street and eta Ave., 4-5 per month. I The UcCilnn Building, cnrr.-'
    new man ; he has had no headaches m.n' And Tarragona; Street it'"
    lie hls bestto
    slu was trying
    him to !: A desirable one-story dwelllnz.; containjing I for boarding house. Apply fur pal
    or bilious attacks for some months i please her with a hymn one day .., 7 rooms and bath gas and water ;,
    and all his food within ..MJ''
    digests without anvdlstrE'ss. throughout, south frontaz; .
    If i
    It's Something Good to Eat '
    ; and flattered himself that he was do- .. Hilt car hoe;. Will Large -room.cornerBayi >
    I feel I 'reach of B and North :
    sure that he wouldhave you wish you'll find It ai tendentia streets, lij per moctliA
    1 been a wreck if be had kept on I inC very well Suddenly the little tyrant -' For the next 'I Ii lease forliiO per an a um. I

    with coffee. turned upon him and demanded: 'At AIifiOSI t Cost C t &) days furniture Nick Apostle's.Popular Two-story dwelling containing C room,1 few ofSces on "Palafox strp"TbUten -' .
    i near Bell Line, No 210 N. Barcelona street. Building and a lar11' ; K
    After I began using Postum I soot I, "Why don't you sing daddy? You'reonly at O. <; u ill lease for U.' per annum. I i ant -room, suitable for meeting I i. -
    recovered from my attack of rheumatism i! making a noise."-New York M. Pryor's to make room for new i ij i Restaurant. I .
    and in a few weeks I could 1 Tress. j stock. !: -- -- ---- -

    walk about again. I am no longer I: I I oe-yon buy Fnrnitare. 1 I will repair your watches i

    troubled with constipation: headaches I Sot Keeping I'y. : BUDWEISER. |I ?furor' His pricesare jewelry in first-data style J '

    nausea or rheumatism. I j Mr. Upjohn wish you would tell i: .. i iI WM Oe the lowest. Stephens
    l)re imakiiiu.pvRE I _
    firmly believe that the continued use --
    -- -
    i of cotlee becomes in time as hurtfulto :, Kathleen she cooks her steaks. too I _\ Beatrice White 1 You must have good yeast to make

    the human system as alcoholic i, much. J /and M rs. William Richards are engaged : For a bad taste in the mouth tak i'' buckwheat cake The West Florida Lay the dust. You can t> '

    M stimulants. I know my case and my Mrs. Upjohn-You are three girls j in dress making as sn East Wright street.They Chamberlain's Stomach:: and Livei r Steam Bakery sells FleischmaH's hose at the IHu L.) J
    will be pleated to have their friends garden
    a husband's both demonstrate this late, John. The'name of the presenti I call. Orders attended to with promptness. Tablets. For sale by all druggists hCempressed Yea ', two cakes,or one

    clearly." i cook is lollie.-Shlcago..Tribune.; 4 I Reasonable charges. &Iw I I and medicine dealers. I, cake and one ticket for % nickel Hardware Co

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