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 16, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
30.433333 x -87.2


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

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Mitchell\ Will Confer With President The Situation Reported Critical inenezuela. i ,

Roosevelt. I to The Daily News to The Dally News.. \ ,1

I: Atlanta, Oct ID.; -A murder with :>ew ,>rk, Oct. 13.; =Forty hose: ; !, II

I, Its almost every feature shrouded in were bun.">d to death and'three uu n j' -. ,. j It

,, clt cp mystery, was disclosed about :5 had r', now escape.from a like fa;* ..

o'clM-k when the il -ad body of Mark in a tin- that started early today in I r

'. ERS ARE RAISED. Austin, a young man said to be well the 5-story structure at 339Veat I FOREIGNERS ARE IN DANGER : I
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I WHISKEY CAUSES known in sporting circles, was discovfivd Sixteenth! street, occupied by the PUNISHMENT I

:!'t tee Two Presidents I in a field to the right of Jones Ganzvoort Livery and Hoarding etables. Minister Says Vessel Is Needed at I j ,

i avenue, near the outskirts! of the The building was practically r .
:acme Understanding | Possible Moment.-Valencia -
I tit>. destroyed, together with a shed user

t-j the .Coal Strike The city detective department worked for storing vehicles Nearby ten--- Is Closely Surrounded and Bat i 1! J
l lSews. -- }
I on the case all! day yesterday, but ments were occupied by a squad of po tle Going On. .. J
Special to Tlw Dally News: up to a late hour last night no clew lice. Special to The Daily News. .

.: ';.. I Madison, Ga.. 'Ot.. 13.; '-Perry Mitch, had been found sufficient to warrantan The fire started in a truck load of Special to The Daily News. Waj'cross. Ga.. Ott. 15.-E. A h

U't. 15.-l'rcsi- fll. a young white man living in the arrt ,;t. Several theories have bee furniture on the first floor. John Hy- Washington. Oct. 13.-United States &:hrOt.>dt'r, of number 172 Seventy 'l M!

tipper part of the county shot and advanced as to the motive for the mur- land and James Kelly, stablemen Minister second street, New York city, commit: f I t
., United June Bowen at Caracas, has cabled I
,e hortl afteri killed Walter Booth of this city ani der, but robbery appears to be the were In the basement where they had the state department asking that ted suicide in a Pullman sleeper neat f I

> Aubry HaTnby, of Fair Play both most popular theory. Austin was rooms. Over the window of the room Jacksonville Kla., jesterday. lit ;:
.... :Washington.. one, or perhaps two more warshipsbe II
umfen/nce witn white yesterday afterpoon. known to have in his possession Monday In which they were was a stout net sent to reinforce the gunboat Mari. gave every appearance of refinement 7
; d a large of and also tin The policemen pullel this and '
Booth was shot through the heart sum money ; away prosperity.When .
It today., SIr.a etta at La Gualra, in view of the 1
I. and died Instantly. Hamby was shotseveral some valuable diamonds and jewelry, I and drew the men out. Hyland was critical situation which has train No. 32 left for the nort I t k
times in the body and died all of which were missing from nis unconscious and burned slightly. arisen the Venezuelan .1 he got on board. Before the trail J' i
.. to at capital.Some
:; from his wounds shortly afterward. person when the body was found. Kelly had struggled fn such a strenu started Schroeder walked leisureli .
time when President e
It U t be- ago
M. nation. There were five shots in Mitchell.A The murderer was merciless in his ous manner with the grating tryingto Castro left the Minister I5ovven onto the platform. Just as the trail t
... iast capital. .
., tit! Bided upon stray ball from Mitchell's revolver crime. Two bullets!! from a 32-caliber force it up so that be and his comrade pulled out of the depot he went inU
expressed to the state departmenthis
.' the press his Ftnick a negro and inflicted a severe pistol were fired into the back of Aus could get out. that his hands fears that an occupation of tie the drawing room and locked the t' f

effect that the opi wound, In his left arm. tin's head, and he was dealt four ter were torn and bleeding, his arms and capital by the revolutionary forces door. Before the train had proceeded i

,inot; addressed to Alter the shooting Mitchell was rifle blows on the face and forehead ] wrists lacerated: and in many places would result in robbing and pillaging, half a mile from the union station the
,rd<1 not kwlhow thee caught and lodged In Jail. The wounds appeared as though mad thero were gaping wounds on his and be attended with great dangers porter heard a pistol shot and upos :

It. No informae The rausn of the trouble seems tj with the butt end of a revolver or han-ig and forearms. to Such sit Investigation :Schroeder:: was found j

:..-; as to what par- have been a falling out between some other blunt Instrument Whether I After the fire was out one of the uation unprotected, it is feared is again a iui- dead with a bullet hole in his brain t ;

the operatois' post :MiU-hell an-} Ilamby over soma whisk the blows were struck before or after workmen found John Spencer a laborer inent. The body was lying In a pool ol r1

t wishes to discus i <'v. the two bullets were filed is not in a small shed in the rear The gunboat Montgomery left Hav blood, the Lead resting against one ol ; ito

,-Ivors' leader. known. frightfully burned. He the man's The revolver .
lying sample
The killing! of Booth was accidental was on tI for Colombia the first of this month cases. ;
'!'summoned him. as Vanity claims he had nothing I a smouMering bale of hay. All three Owing to the interruptions to cable was lyinaon the floor near by witS J tone '

i ,:d hU views on the against: }:ooth11'! the parties arc men arp In a critical condition. communication the departmenthas chamber empty. The body war : i e I
i'.i.uvvn here the prop- prominent In the county. I The loss is estimated at JjO.OOO.; received no report from the Mon'pomery brought to Waycn and turned over ';l
.t M ut form is not sat- an undertaker for burial. ,f : '

L :M.iihdl. Some of the( OVERRULEDSpecial I is feared since that even she left if her Ila}services ti. and at it In his pockets were found $115 ia l I
o of the opinion that IENTERTAI ED I II Santa Martin are needed she ranmthe
-. walling;; to accept a and chain, railroad and sleeping cal i:
reached; with dispatches. The I
'irt I that will give the 'I MAKES DENIAL tickets to New York two letters ai J
IN SAVANNAHSpecial Panther is still at Colon and the Cincinnati .
i r ';.-vsentatioa on the to The Daily News. dressed to his wife Mrs. U A. Schroader. ; t
has. just arrived in Haytien :,
stnkeia fees the a.r- I St. I outs Oct. !.*,.-A sitecial to Thi' watl'!s. and a letter addressed "To phi '

'i :as it now stands I: Post-Dispatch from Columbia Mo, IMblic." The contents of tho letterwait .
There several anl!
,'" to The Dally News.Saxdunah. says: The demurrer filed by attorneys Special to The Daily News. cruisers are which are destined gunboats tor tiCarribcan l as.follows: I !

M I "":1. is finally agr<*eln.di' tla.: Oct 13.; -The Far: for the defense to the indictment; i't-r,- VorX. <)<-t 1-f'I'I'; ,ilh'nt Pa: !. section which for "I have committed a horrible crlnu .i I
!! are ready
pt; :> a convention will DlPr:;' National! Congress: r': '111< stmiif;. charging Colonel Kdward ma has deal d in emphatic terms and for that crime mete out for myself : 1\
active service, namely the Newark.Machia .
... ''U III" tttn four days after nat-hed Savannah via Macon, Dublin millionaire politician of StnnlnIction port.that; the Cubans are fi\; I y and Bancroft at Hoston the
*-nt : It is stated by and Savannah and the Seaboard AirLine with attempted bribery In ngratitude toward the United Stott lust at XI'l.l1non. and the Detroitat not Inflict. My wife is a good woman* ;

.. ', ,", at headquarters that with th. passage of a garbage bill!, 0 r that they are now indifferent to Portsmouth. N. II. and had (it rot been for my cruelty

'I.; hn 1"U"I'r to sent the The visitor were met at the stationby was overruled today by Judge Hock. tht'1 oi'ti'ocie! of the reciprocity quoioi' :- From Minister Bowen's advices it she would not have left me. The cup ..

1 > \. o: k of Savannahites. I a Tribune dispatch from of happiness but I I
immediately. a committee wno allay. Thex-ase will accordingly proceed says appears that a vessel is needed at the was at my lips, ;
; '! departure for Wash- ,escorted them to the De Soto. where to trial. Havana. refused to drink. .
possible moment so it is prob
usam raised the hopes of ltmh vas laid. Later the. pilot boat "\\V have always been grateful tithe T.. A. snmoEnnrt"
-- able that either the Panther or th<1Cim'lnnati tht'n.1 is near It J. II. E tm, left for a trip to tilt :'-a. I'nited States be is quoted as will\ be ordered from her

? that President Roose- with the majority of the vi.-itui'-; MISSISSIPPIMEDICAL lavia-r said "and this feeling of the i
station and sent to the Venezuelan SHIP HAS ;
\ i i mie to some under- aUianl. Others among them sonic 11 Cubans will never change. It is also capital. l.! t .

II r: who feared attack! ot our desire. to have the closest
: result in a speedy the farmers an commercial '
The receivedat
ASSOCIATION following cablegram
d' inns. mal de rater, went to the Casino: a re and: political! relations, principally STORMY VOYACE ; ;
the state department this morning
E ESpecial
commercial, with the United J' I
in! 'tits of the coal sort at Thunderbolt! on the Salts m-a- States.
from Minister Bowen
--- dated last night!
iiis! vicinity reported the city where an oyster roast wa;; The cabinet and I are now engaged inconsideration at Caracas, shows the critical condition

i. Itlnal Refreshments were served News. of this treaty and probably
I men returned t-njo\ed. Special to The Dally
I of in field
affairs the : to The Dally News.New .
and! that they did not for the passengers aboard the pilot Kansas City Oct. 13.: .:....-The Miss will come to a decision by the "The army is still near Yal(>n h. ; 9 I

't asc during the nego-: boat. Speeches were made, all the Ifslppl Medical association met hers end of the week. No particulars obtainable. Valencia fork't. 13.; -Tu[ American .

r.itionSTRIKE, fanners expressing themselves as well today In the twenty-eighth convention "It is learn 'd that there is objection closely surrounded and battle going: four-ma.-ted ship Shenandoah arrived !1 It \\1 :
-- pltas.'d with the entertainment and with nearly 500 physicians present. to.the' of the proj j -i"ns of the \1 on now." today from San Francisco, after an j '. .t.

I SETTLED. charmed by th :1' VIMI to Savannah The convention will be in session roalnit!' their! is; Po i irt'a of reject i eventful !passage Of 123: days. OJe i! II I I

three days, and besides discussing Ing it. -is hah 'f'n .jnr'sioi, !." mail \vas killed on the voyage and two : I j

.'ousand Men Will Now I MAYORS FORM medical! subjects will:! elect a new st I TAP ON TRACK I other WITH mjuied. and the ship had I i! I

m to Work. of orn(' '.rs. Paul PJquin, of Asheville, OVER $100,000 ,.'\.I..1 eoml-ats with the element t iw

\ .1.. 0-t I":;.-T:: I! Miss., is mentioned prominently! for I CAUSES WRECKSpecial \ hK'h damaged her sails and dec!: I i 1 \

miles of tilt T. !! ORGANIZATION the presidency. houtx s.The I I j .

ii.d Uailttay omit FOUND IN DESK ;:I Shenandoah had fine weather I

IYEllOW until July 27. On that day in a slight : I
n in full force tort JACK. to The Dally News. ,
-- gale While furling the upper main to,) I
was : at Special to The Daily News. Gff'+'npbl'o. *. C. c>ctI"'.-Train sail a seaman named William S. Var- i
1 will returni to The Dally Nows
men Atl.ltlta. Oct Ki.-At the conveifiioi, Special : Xo. :26. the Sou'l1ern's"ashingt'1D ney, of Quiwy, Mass., fell to the deck, : :j :
i .1' terms: of settle- of Georgia iui>nrs. the first session n; AT CUAYAOJJIL XY urk. Oct. 15.-:1t: fortune o,' and Atlanta! fait mail had its engine breaking his leg and fracturing his i ; I i

S n out. which was held yesterday morning in ivei $I"MI.IMIO was found in the desk afternoon
partly yesterday skull. lIe died on Aug. 9, and was o
"a> brought aboi't the council chamber at the hail I 01 1'nliee Captain J. J. Itonahue, at ..
city I within the city limits while running at buried at sea. Several days before : ; I
-i inVc-s of Rufus 11. the: League of Georgia Municipalities .iis ti.-.k! in the station house, where I rate of The front trucks: : :
Special to The Dally News: a high speed. his death, the ship encountered a I
'.i i 'the Birmingham was organized. Forty-fve of the principal The ae dropped! dead last wt-ek.: The sum of the engine left the track: and rolled heavy southwest gale: In which a seA 1 : .
Guayaquii'Ieuador OIL. 13.
; executive boaru I cities of the state were represeated of $3:7t"u: t in cash was; found, in a
the ties over a I a
along on otoss boarded the ship, stove in midship
.. board of health declare :
> Mr.I Ie a meeting :
.1 .n thanking
small iron box In
at the convention their a drawer and diamond
by block he being finally stopped
house and the bulwarks of the portside
be Infected with \ :
l 1:0: ; minghani News for this city to ;yellowfever.
chief executives. Mayor Bridges jewelry valued at (11,0'H' including
just as it passed over a high trestle. and started the house on the star ,
There have been
; matter This enJs Smith, of Macon was unanimously! many cases \ a solitaire ring worth $1,500 j
; : The did not discover,
passengers board. On August 17 a wave struclt: .
.a:! this district. elected of the lately chiefly among Germans. was fc.iind in another drawer. The 4''
president! organization.
until the train had stopped that anything the cabin boy. washing ham against I '
A Jesuit priest named Guerrero,
of the included ;
rest 13,000
property unusual had happened, but a serious f
the rail his
breaking leg. 1
E&CTTIC who was educated\ \ the United States in United States steel stock, $lono in I
LINE ; accident" was only uarrowljaverted. : On S< pt. 27 a ru and who had been administering to
MONUMENT TO roll) I mining stock, and five life in- ;
the sick died last night of fever. M off and the crew thereafter was
I surance policies of J2.000:: each
The cause of the accident was foan 1 obliged to steer y tackles on a monkey I
FOR FAIRBURN The of the tr'asure'a3
discovery 1
VOLUNTEERS I the to be an iron tap placed on one olts I roller. Under this jury rig the f I I'
a complete surprise captain having
rails! presumably by a thoughtlessboy ; snip came into jmrt. This .morning \ '

I -- DEMOCRATS CARRY oven thought to be worth abou: who wanted to see the effect 011 while taking In the foresail Mr. Tay- I J ':1 :' : .
in other .
$;;jfJOO property.DEATH
.o Dally News. i Special to The Dally News. the tap of a heavy train passing over lor, the mate, was struck by a heavy : 'I "

'" U' t. 13.-At a mass Chattanooga Ter.n., Oct. 13.-Thr> CHATTANOOGA it. block on the head and Knocked sense l i' '

.'" : :.'!., here, a committeeto Pennsylvania Monument commissionhas : OF Railroad officials found the tap and less. : ,:, t
looking for the boy. !
are .
> confer with the au. notified the United States engia-- l' t''

0.... street car company eer her that a monument will ba; THE mST LIVE MEDICINE. r '
The News HARRISSpecial A Typical South .\frlcan Store 1 "
.' Special to Daily : JUDGE I
e the car line from Col erected at Chickamauga battlefield to I There Is no need to be miserable If "+

.' r.rrburn. the Seventy-third Pennsylvania vol I Chattanooga Tenn, O:.t. 1...-ta O. R. Larson of Bay Villa, l you keep your liver in good shape. }1. ,\ .t t

.r has been agitated for unteer Infantry. It will bo located at I city election: here. Democrats Carrie -- days River, Cape Colony Houth ,Africa conducts, at ticarcely any harm can come to your I .

an.i the meeting was in Sherman Heights! and will be of granite : everything. On city ticket! but two to The Daily News: il a which stem typical be of purchased; anything system if tho liver is kept active. I; ;:i t. ,
ro a ill had opposition. Cummings for can The right remedy at the right time ; )
by the men 'J
mayor to and bronze. Carters ille. Ga., Oct. 15.-Judge .' from the proverbial "needle to an 1 .1}.1I
que.-tio, city judge and Chamlee for city attorney is situated in a will prove a great benefit to you. .
J. Watt Harris, of this place, is dead I' anchor. This; store! I HEPATICURA la that remedy. It ;Ji
'i tg was unanimously! in The Saving of a Few cents on a bottle were elected by large major after a long illness. Judge Harris valley nine miles from the nearest i is worth using because it will make I
:i.'ivement. and there is a ities. The entire aldermanic boar: railway station and about twenty- ; iI
of Vanilla Extract will not atone for was one of the most prominent mi nearest town. you well. j
of enthusiasm over the will be Democratic.Get five miles from the Mr. L. A. Fraleigh, of Madison, I 1>
the annoyance of having dessert influential men of this section. Hewas "I am favored!
Mr. Larson : ruse
Fla., says: I have had occasion to ;
that i is "just a little off" in flavor aa. able lawyer and for several with the custom of farmers withina j
HEPATICURA several times
a free sample of Chamber terms was solicitor-general of the miles, to many of i'
for Over Sixty Years.NtLows Always buy lJUrItl's.Safe lam's Stomach and Liver Tablets' at radius of thirty supplied Chamberlain's and must say I like it better than i
Cherokee circuit. whom I have
drug store. They are easy to to their any LIVER MEDICINE I ever need. I
SOOTHING Sygrp hat any remedies. All testify!
'' 'I" ly buying take and more pleasant in effect than where doc- It simply answers the purpose with "
over sixty year* by millions fl In household a
Money value a
OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine out ll'l I I' '.' or sickening effect :
"er children while teething, furniture pills. Their use is not followed by tor's advice i la almost out of the any
your recommend It 11
andlui. 'v an
i is often the -
constipation, as case mile of ::
>access. It soothe the child, I question. Within one my .
at Marston $ Qicina'sGreat with pills. Regular size, :25c. the BEST Livt : tiTSDICINEIknow oi. :
:urns,allays all pain.cares wind per the populn'i"" '= perhaps ='x-
oysters today. Try the m. store Hold by all druc sts.
box. All druggists medicn '
tni' belt remedy for Diarrhoear Furniture Empo XIC APOSTLE.The ty. Of these: witLlufItttw e. -
r the poor little loiterer lm. dealers.! months, no less than fourteen tli"
41 sold by Drag jltti In every part rium.Foiey's. finest line of sterling !silver been absolutely' cured by Chambei Do yen want a agniflcent watch i

,' Twt>nty.nve cents a bottle I Cleaning ladies skirts and waist oods and silver novelties is to be Iain's; Cough Remedy. This must I for little money' If so, call oo I

It' a'k for Mre.w'inslow'sSooth- Kidney Cure Is one of oar specialties. (;tar Lann found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to surely be a record" For sale by all Stephens, the Jew ier. He will accommodate *
3a :h.
and take no other kind. makes kidneys and bladder right I dry. please all. druggists and medicine dealers. you. -. t

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; .' -ni IrllThjr COAL BARO ,I : fRUIT Of '[ilL LOO I." MAD MOBS ARE AFTER CA TM RRW; '1i3il\r '

Ij Men and women of taste and judgment
into ecstacies over the wonderful pat. f'E'.' .. 1",> \
IT LT'UT1 textures and colors which are"the A NEGRO MURDERER The tre tTTiT.t of Catarrh with antiseptic and <,) ,;

NO MORE of the loom." But there is one astringentv.ushes.. /I1tWIS. salxxs. medicated tobacco ,, f} "_ .;'. ..,,;,

of the loom and cigarettes or any external or local application, is
,' rarely con- Texr.s Sheriffs Trying to Pro- just as senstle-ss as would: be kmklhna fire oft top of .. 1' & r.-."
Arbitration : r. and that i is the iKiil. these give
I pot to make it True temporary
ir..ii ami f.c-d:
I j. tect Prisoner. relief but the cavities: :and: passages of the head and the
What ',. :
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'.:.:...-, 1 b--..use ik- bronchial tubes soon fill up again with mucus.

I ''' :t\ ic-npels ( t :... CITIZENS TERRIBLY ARC!.: :;:!) Taking cold is the first step towards Catarrh for it

STrTlKE MAY t,. work:. ; :.'lerII I I I checks perspiration, and the poisonous acids and '

: ():: v.inch I I -- vapors which should pass off through the skin. are

Operators Have ; II her ice'r": r eI i'' If Caught, the Murdered and Rap'st of I thrown back upon the mucous membrane or inner skin .t' 1'!.' '

'. to .1 I inflammation and excessive flow of ;;"
I !I Mrs. Buchanan of; producing mucus,
The Human Lottery of a Commission I s care Tex.. Will Be Dealt With In tu.r.- .1\
President 1 i reaches of the Stomach
The disease; every part sys-tetn, KKUK \ s r.
*'""h.1t only I were beautiful I I' Manner. | of the Ixxly. When disease the
1 ferences. : weaken and f mary II parts the assumes dry form! t

How happy life would be." I i !!/H ntur.I J:, I becomes exceedingly foul blinding headaches are frequent t'n! i .

ilany forlorn maid has said this as she Wahlug-ton. Oct. I \' in aln'o-t all Nacogdoches. Tex.. Oct. 14.-Sh.-r-: ;,I II hearing affected and a constant ringing in the ears. Xo rein. v t' : : .

looked into the mirror. It is the one pososession eratois have s be cured by I Ifs having the negro murderer and not reach the polluted blood can cure Catarrh. S. S. S. \pi-.s IT ,,.

I in the lottery of human life -whicl meta of a us-e of Dr. 1 I rapist Buchanan in charge esc-.i. .>' circulation all offensive matter and xx hui r :f
; t woman would not .. 's Favorite
ed by the 11 ; from the mob late last night and Late i{ blood is again coursing through tin .'

.i :States::: to whom tat h..s disappeared. mucous membranes become healthy: .iii'l<\ t. ".
BRADFIELD'SFemale re K u. '
(iiit-;tioris at issue }", dncs v eak- They boarded a train from Ten" ". active all the disagreeable, painful s\ :npt[ < ":. .

Regulator I nii-s and their drains, heals and started for Nacogdoches, but .< r \ pear and a permanent thorough cure i- ': '

I er they belong to and the train and made a detour, as a ue. S. S. S. being a strictly vegetable Mood purifier does not <\ :.0

bood foryounggirlson is invaluable.thethroshoUof When woman the dec isbn of and I mob await them at Timpaon. 'ucY I' Stomach and digestion but the appetite and general health upi<' \ : ..;
;l L! pale and languid the eyes dull they, aching be accepted by female weak- : t I aPe supposed to be now somewhere r:: under its tonic effects. Write us about your case and get UK K" >t.: ....

feet and hands cold The commission I the j advice free. Book on blood and skin diseases sent on application
bead appetite gone woods in Shelby county. A !:"\

; ;- .1 or abnormal, obstructed periods and painful army or navy I -I ha I. *!I fimale Dennis trouble'if -j for, East eiht Coeg years!! Mrm write I mob left San Augustine at midnigfii. j I THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta Q*.

: menses, and their systems generally pert mining! : .- -ivilK !lhWrd'; fannotcxi'f1"-Rnat I coming across the country- i --- -
f 1 run down, they need a tunic, building U{ ,' I .nfurnI\ '''Ii.l..:fri J"ron% Iht ". '
: .
xxit'i ( ( minins .. .
The whole
is aroused"over
1 and their blood c1eans 1. ; I p ":mi i'ii:' > ihinr. Kni'nils un:" ":" to countryside TIME TABLE.
ji l.jck :' the I Dr 11 j< r.t l-unm, Pr -nil'"on1', n I
the matter and icople are terribly ;
Bradfiel 's 1'cmalc for
Rijjulator women ,
I : i.< :hg ll.rnnlKinr I w .'h.,1
4 is particularly valuable and useful owing the fa.n ,; iV fur ,IHJIT. s :Now I weigh one luitid,'',t excited.: It is hardly possible 11
: to tonic and a man of l till\.'-"\ ] utn(!;-more th-Mi I ever wemht-*! LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD
1 its properties as a regulatotof : : ,,. get the negro out of the country unless i
1 was so had! \\ould In' from ii.iv
to lol EFFECT iI.t'EMttEt 1. 1\1\1t
the menstrual flows. }Painful obstructed sociologist, and a I and long for death to come and re'ieve m>' the governor orJcis troops to protect I
and suppressed menstruation is 'rit:: I had internal innanim.ition a oti'.. '-
_ permanently
partiri.atnn irt him. The would do !h New OrleJ\u'1 and Mobile
move hardly mu:
t dram Im-ariu1-duwn pain and SIKH ___ __ ___
: relieved and al! diseases j-culLu: ; I u
roal, is familiar! j .'.. ivtry month tint nutJ never have a goo;}. as the mobs are more likely tu II 1
; cured .
her it. 1
genital by
organs are ", do nil >1y own work and am a throng and Sn.lI. So.,. I No.2. No.5. s"
( i
Regulator dear;the com l'lexion. brightens w'mn" find the officers and prisoner than the 1:15 a U:15 m' 11:06 p '.pl\ve ..... Pl'D'tcol" .... 'rrlve 5io; a 4 (
': the eve, tJunions) the appetite removes The cp< .atois I I IJioir I \' Prescription makes weak soldiers are. Xo official informationhas 8r.cJ. 1\ 21! P lu,! a L .1\1"8.... .'loII'l\too ..... 1"l\vO :,. a .
11:00 4:9 2:55 a L.dVol. ..... 1\ble ... Lesve 1 .:lIn.1
a 1) 1
I : i muddy and blotched conditions ol I pniostion! itrongsick "omen \\1.11.! Accq-t yet been sent to the governor. ai I .
the skin aul"cun's sii i k headache -..:..=:... 8\I p_....l:1II a L.!." :..:"aw_ _'Orleans. ....L.-ava s:1. p
; once. I return to work as i i substitute fur tile medicine which the sheriffs: are not near enough to tintelesrauh -

!. Tt Of dni''uists at ?i.oo per bottle.I mission: is ronstr; '!i wonders: for weak women. oKU-e to tell hint of the:: North.
.' Pe, feet Health Women" can i I Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Pellets shotil.l be
intfrt-rewe with
J predicament. I
fYt r be hal free by tiding us your address. romnife.iion 1 with Favorite l'Tloc'ription"I.en.- II Ii i No. 2. So. t. : ::0,'). I

*. THE BRACFIELD REGULATOR CO.. ATLANTA. CA. : a lasati\e ib ix-quirtd. 11\J6p m 12l P DJ LN\\"I ... 1lcoh .....o\rrlve .. I '"
"' when !its findings : :I ('"hIve 'Ver1..buJ I 11:15" DJ d: j pm' AI"rI'l" .. 'lont nmI'TY _.I.lIllve 11:1: :. a
nnd to A pivtty v.orklox j" nj-.ide of a Tain 11:!91\DI \1:1. p incr.vp.I Hllmtuzmtll: ...1..1" :';., !1 t.
Fr : t! i I'ni..!..". D'ntb.. govern ( : IO' | 1O' pm 3tlla m I Arn"... ..... :>iIiI )\.U.. ._!....'tV!!
/ f. I n-."lIt !If'IW":1 the (' |'IT'! cap of ;-lv Seoteli fricv.It 2:.... Ii m I\ a m Arrlv.. .... L.IIII"v.:!,' ....L'ave. s:!-. D II
Pn -r.lil\I i palmul! d -a4h 1:1tit'
1'.t. ,. nvn cnii/Icyes! AND i., liii'il uiti. pale r<>':" silk! liltr.l' 1:21) a m 11:511": m : Arrl\ ... nclunut L..I\\. h. .. I' '11
.t I by iniMiiv of tn i i dr.losc uf cUlonifiiruiYou 7fI a.1.n__ __1\'lp"-! ..0\1\'t' _St..I"n'I'n. 4:1- i.iEACOL ..
j .'ars. n-vitly to tlie bund !h.t'l' >t.v.' and Hmn |
qI t'lf c.; [In ,,!i u-ii! a |>l< :is.iit M-nvitiiiii I AND RIVER 5TUNCiIO '
< weijirlit oil Le.' it
: \ps proper
fj? ; ly (11'1'1tor qui'-k senici; xvbiMi p'.icetl j 3tup o. :U-Jl\lty No. a-Ually I : stop 1\b..rl jOlt : not bO'il'D I So. ::- .,,, ,
i tfil"J: I'rcslliiiiii;: the iiony
iliwnr.ard on ibo table. A M-ariet
n I of :lI1l i(':;':i I ion juuiiicd.: Mime \'iolcntU'atl'S Has Nothing! ta: -- I1M p m 7:00 am'Leu" ....... p"Ucol.. _.._ rrIVI..i jQ,4) j--:
? : one lined with: warlct silk, its crown 12lIi night 1:13" ... lton..mla ......... 1I1: 7"IJII"
4 are juite p.uul.'ss II: tlu-.v give era tors' : ... Ynlt''tra ..... "
j. lii-lii witb a loop of strong whaleUmeu p( .1&
if. : i i no time fur feeling jmlu.: 8uch are Ite1m \Vikpi! >:.arre, Pa.. I BY BOARD OF COUNTY Ifl 7:1'1" .. _...._..1r.cambla. _.._ ioier "
lij: to ,I sailors' cis; | are tiiittcncd AV.-IS s- II/! .: II 7:23" .. ...... ._ Mulat ........_ U 111,211"'
: I : pii-ci'S by dyuamite or lIym" dent: Aii'ciit'll of the : pemled by ribbons frou: the dark h :k a slid II.! Dronuing i is s.niil to be a luxury. [luges point blank, ; COMMISSIONERS FOR I II\II! I' 1:54 .. ......... H"t City ......_. 10:15"
1 "' ,: : '. iml vpert.have rw-'itiiuicndi'd I i ost of the stairraM! ia the samelietuse I Ii'l"! : '113V" .. ....... .. 'olllton ... ..... .. 10:111"1:3U
r 1 tion at this time on j 1 I to do duty as a card receiver. am..... II .. ..... Hood !tsnae ...._ .. ..... ..
i; 4 si : ojicii.iiu': a H ill in a hut bath. Mud.inuin tor arbitiatiou ot : ELECTION NOV. 4. I 1:55" 8:15" .. ......... Hells .... ._ .0 11:13":
t'; ;I!11I hP't l otht-r narcotics would run I 2r I" '!:!IO" I ....--... MllIIlan .--.._ 11:211" .
; .:t Presid-nt lloosndt |I !:3i": $:9t II .. .........Crl'tl\'i..w......_ 11:13"
., : .! cLIuniturni and etln-r hard for firstql presidents of the I 1 i TheVrt.i Form. IIIMI" lIfitJ" .._...lIl'l'r Lr.nd "._'N" 8f.i'
.. t.: place.I ( I B:>:J" 11:10 II .. .... :\0.1 IlesO ._._ '' II:ai, ..
"... : _ roads. Xo official 1 following inspectors and clerks Multitudes are simrinjr; the praises JIII" 11:85" .. .U"'ooaltbpriDiiL.II: II 111"
,. hail as to his'i election November I. of Kodol, the new discovery which 4:11 11:4. ,,,,,,,,, -\rKyle ...._ .. 7H"
:t Tbe Dnrlnz title HnninilnK nird. the general I is making s-omatjy sick people well tttI. 11:61' .....Pon .' d. 1.1\013. ... 7I
I : CouruiNIMS little I ur no n-l.-itiou to does not know'- :?, wie appointed by the board of weik [>:JO" tol0' .. .. \\.t\"llIe ...._ 717"
I'f a statement later '! commissioners at their meeting J and people strong; by digestingwhat : 5:I" 11):15' .. .._.. ('lIrY'l"lIl ....._. TIt! .
bodily size.. Tile lniniiuiii? bird is the in I they eat, by cleansing and II.II' 0 Ino' ....___.-.Iollllay_.._.... .. 5n '
nmlie! of birds !but uNo one of throo.t The news of the : October 14. 1902:!: !sweetening the stomach and bytranformitig ":'Ml" 10.7" ..._. ... I blpley .... ..... .. 1I: 1" .
rao U ItII7" _......Coltlud"l ....._ I1:1o' .
: (
Precinct No.1. food
fejrlfsi oiisly: received their into the
pugnacious. I He attacks by
I 7w" Iln!: '' ....... :'olllrHi:>n" .. "'" U II:,o. 4
I t, H : ., kui;; u'1111.1! liiuls. UI1,1 these of the region. It II. Jones. J. M. Rich, Wingate.. I kind of pure rich red blond that 7JO" Itlt! .... ... .I.'ypr..w ......... .. fir : I
make you feel good all over. ;Mr.CrartlU. '". 7:1:1": II:5t;! .._.IU'III Kiage._. f :" "
-t known until well in \V. J Roberts clerk.
.t tyrannicjii creatures tl >iisb <>f inonrtruus ; I I
.. .... "
7 :>01"
of'I'rooy. I. T.. write Forjarninhnrot I II : 12tJ5 noon 4np'sots : :
I : fcize in <'inipiriM ii. sccrn not at there weic' many : Precinct No. 2. : 1 '1:1:1" il5 ArrIvi. .Itv... '1u.'tlon I P""" '

r ) ; all ; ..; : 1111,1: to fly from liis onsets i by the men White H. C. Miller. Frank Mars I : cal: J:1<; troubl d ; .
If I with indiirettioti and dyspepsia; i
; The Ihhs of tiuiiiniiim liinis1111011;; There are a & ; John Davenport, clerk. which :crew iht'i the wor-t f Inn.

Pn 1j : lti: tbt-iifi I hts are often KTIV atul protracted. who fa\ >r a rfoj('( :: Precinct No. 2. I Finally:: I was;: iinhicwri! to np:; K,,ili '

lot 1I111at..1 and afttr four bottles I "
_ hy tic i uir.g am en "
"'ilk!:!-?. C. II. Biy tt.V.. W. i

h4"al.- I I there are equally !. -- in. llll.t..I .-;. P..I. Boilltay j; Itrf'I ly cuted. I h-srti1y r"COII'II"I"t --'
,' 1" 1 11j some good in th. kopeful.'C !: Kod >1 o ill -uff.rTi 'tII1 mdiuestioi ..- tJo'
I i .
Ii There is a n-unniM-fiK-f; of Caleb BJdiTMMie !- : I I and c'yrpi p-i.i. Take a dote af'< i /7 ., .I. )
howf-vor. have
t A { in the uUtr.tncc ot an tHViimmIcal great Precinct No. 4. !ItrKils.! ft digests; what'c'u ".it.Hnrgts ': )
t.: :: .
judfjiuent of their ; .
: Si-wiih; Imthr ulio was Ittt'I"nlt. '\\ :! Boley! S. P. Htndrix. T. P. 'i ; Pharmacy John hf.t'lId.! ...;:: I I -

III;: at mi iiEport.tnt I dinner. jlc bad lAin they will i I I inspectors; J. P. Lamlgrc :Sidney: Kalii
his hands to work ( t\i m lfjft.t ; ..
L.i ILi t.iLi'ti n.uiui a phite ot l eef in \'oiu.t WllKfYj!
TIt citi/ons t! : & ID : i4
I. of
d After his ;
t ; $ j I Ist: effort at p'Tsimsion had Precinct No.5. I I I .!
.-1 :(W'4, \ failed ln> set It down in front of his ,I are rejoicing at Iho If !IOn want a g'oGlllJed- j"W 1J
Sh l".v A. J. BiizbCf.V.. R. m
master u-ith drl' !dulI. "Ye ni.'iiiu tak' fai. !;. and feel (' ;' ,! ; \'('/', inspectors; Louis Prater \I stead I i or a nice Crib for the \ t.t.lli1J.M' .. {
6.1' just: taken hy the ,"' .. .J Joo", ,
I .. yi'-M'i.: I..- bubo to Marxian $ lor'f'T H
uu>' iilir! custo.'iii, r for it." in much eond.: if ': \ ,.. 4r '
\. l.f .Ji ";I v,. ment of the great (' I Precinct Na. 6. Ql /ltl/s. _. ..., :;to.i' ../ ._ .,.,.'_. L

; ,' .l1"pdI.4I: i... Holdrrr 1 lirrtM' -. Comparing J. Davison. J. E. M. Beck. \\'. I.. : .. f.r' ...0:0-,.

1 I f -ii ,ii 1 :,,s :Miilyun! One can la very happy made to the ill\IIi'.tol's ; S. R. Tate cifik. 1,1 i/ .

J I Ik ill this world with health and mon States ton days ago Precinct No.7. CURES WEAK MEN FREE. ; .1I I

n. ( ji I ey. operators made last M. Eim-ikin. F. J. Gilley. W. E. 4

'f) j j'J :( n'a.lllrokl.-Tlwn: let's I male .' inspectors; J.V.. Ntims.
h one. man persons who
:; r ... 1" I ha\e the health mid you have tbe't' erators iiffer; as a (' lttbiIre* lit xo antI1 Happy Homo

...'. money-Illustrated! Bits and! !iielicvo that the |' Precinct No. 8. | tor All '

I :",-1'f': :,, ;. NEVER- ASK ADVICE.- I it j._q such.Mr. i '. Silas; Taylor Gibson.Crabtrte henry. '| How any man, hut) tiuirklv cure himself !I Iafter ;t'I'I'I.U11; 1Tit 1I'E:\! .\('()(..\ Scientifically Distilled
MitcLoll's vt"iirs; of ,; Iroiu stxtml weak-' i
rfi J4: 1 : When vnii have a cou;:h or cold! .' I, ness. 10'1.111) night lossi".. vsrkoepie.etc. j ji (J \ !S CO II'\\: Naturally Aged.

... I : don't n-k wliat i is, {rood for it and get was that he should j Precinct No. 9. i .. and t'nlttrgo-1 Miiall "'''Ilk. or>;iuitt to fullsize
I'll i mh ion. The mid nit..r.OllUply: s -nd your Its merits :are ..f the utmo-t ?'i-Ilility.
.t some medicine with little 01 no merit ; M. Dawson. G. S. Chandler 11. I> i. and aJarr-a to l>r. Knal'| :I'.d.cull'o"oal1l"l: Absolutely Pure

J'I 1 and perhap'erou: Ak for and a step farther inhpcctors; J. T. Fillingim. 1,I Hull Huildinu. I..-trntr. Mu-li.. ami tbf) !, I b and when once installed tlier- .
i will gladly si-iul In-e reieipt with lull ilr"l" 1 I Itf si Ami SIl..'..' tot il'' i
s Foley'* Hoand Tar. the thc members j than that for
I yreute-t of the IWII.II Hint nnv nuin mnymtlv cur.. him- >' no more expen-e : gas:
throat and lung remerty. it cure* hi' polrrti from : Precinct No. 10. >..!! at boine. a most it"" < ,[.ou-umed. Our h trvice i-. of the For I'id: > hvDannheisser. .
tl"1 :: '. couplH and C"IN quickly.V.. A. Eddin.s. C. .1. Ward B. H. Bryars. i i iruus otT.*r, and the follow tug oxtracts takenfrotti 1
of profi'asions suggt tin ir ti'ii V mail nhow \\ hat mru lliiuk i I highest! flllrifucy! and alwayt like
I ,1 D'Aleniberte 11i'1'.II.lflix: -ct'ihJ.. A. loiiwin. clerk. Bros
;,i1 treet.11| | panies. This shows : . of ttieirK. iieri>-ny. .
: I
I. ; -Precinct No. 11. "Ijear i.rI'h.'it'.iaccept! my ;.lnc >re : ':ur lilita I ; thoroughly reliable.i In
Ii I
woro against the i W.I I thank" for yours <>f r.. .*"t la,... I bay.givin .- 1 with methoiN oflighting J
1',1"0" L. Bart icy. R. .1. William J. (; ('onpariM other
of Hre <
s j- ogni7.: ,'II .' i your trial niput ilionniKb ti-tt and i!
J 4 .: The Spjirtans' uere d; ti.i: :uisbed! fur n s, ill"I'\.tOI'| ; .f. It. Steward, !| I ht-ni'l't; hit.. -xtrnordlnary.. It ba |II I[!i the cost of our "Y"'f'tIwill
men is included in completely Urartu III.- up. i am just as j !
,. the \l-re ity and roiii-iM-ness of their I vigorous as \\ LICIt a boy and you caunut te fiiutul lime more "clIlI'mlil.t1.: CHOICESTiwir
gestions unless he
Precinct No. 12.
i. j speech. Oil one t4t'itSk; >ii dnriia! terrible reali/e how linupy. I It 111. ; I
undor the head of I! !! Si hi.lls. L.f.. Bennott. Frank I "tirar Mri-' our tin.thud worked Ix-nutl-1 -uFf -
4i famine the illllll"l tllts of an island Fen acola Gas
: fully. Kcsults werefXHi-tly what I nrfUfd I Iftrcngtb Co.
Geo. II. Lee
nen<-e. eminent as inspectors; -
: : in the .iraii: r>,'11 sent an embasKtdor f'l1.'rk'I'Precinct I and vigor; bavr cmiiDlKfly rt ,
Objection is also No. 13. turned and t-nlarKi-ineijt, I, vnilrtly satisfactory. -, !
e- : to Sparta.' who matle a s|">eeliiniplnrinu 3, which the j LeBaron. .1. GeorgeVhin' :' .' I 2!5 and 27 E. Garden t., P.n accla. Fla f FRUIT ij ]
t 11" : : its aid. II'* had. hay!! tiniMjed lor.- Pttifft-r Julius "-r\ounwao; r" l'h'pd'H.d I had I
o< insptttors
; ; i iI ..
president of the j no trou'ilfin! making u. uf tie! rt-o-ipl R"I
(-1! I before th,' Spartans: t-riiC him I dork. J Ji I dr..I..d.llllo1 can truthfully say It is n '''>cm I IKiweik 1 -A1-
I !lect a judge! from m"l1 asa-H.\I.: "'111-\: ( II hctnnn.E; : !
; li.-u-k th.-.e no: iN.Ve did not tiuder- i Precinct No. 14. .. art greatly. inipniviil iiiz..Irenath
,i f Hand the ('1..1 ofniir. \ sHtvh| and bate faa. th element ..t Daniels.! John O'Brion. D\on:: B. .All rorn..piHidi-ne1 and! vigor,is '.t rid 11 1% rniilldcnluil. i I C. POSTLE'S,

LJft '- forgotten the IMhiIIhhiIIg." offer ot the | ; inspectors; S. Pu;,co, Jr., i'>'rk. mailxl 'in piinii, -i itI.tlti! \ "iop.-. 'Hiriceipi Following i i- tincifdule! nf tile I '
: wry clause of thi is tn-H 'ii ;.'..HI. at.tlllI. > wiiiavvr ,'overhnieutstenmerGptieriil: French I 14 East! Gcwri1 ,
ehose Precinct No. 15. :
;? .1 Tin.po"r. stir\iiu iK'ople nnothcr I \ in.i'i i. f u. vhich THE NEWS prints fur the

r .! >i inile! >inan anil iin|>n':.:-eil IIMHI: in lavi'r ot the : i J. Sonnott. T. S. Caro. A. 0n: 'n- --- >. nelit of the merchants who! ship; I '
c4ft lr'Uitchtll !c"io,,' inspectors Frank M.Vhititi.z.. I Formerly Ordovu 'I-: -:
; l: m t" make his n"IIIl'st as brief as : j ; hi-ir <>odco the various army 1

- : 1.1', .1,' trust to Pr> --i !lent ; '1I i Ot..fa' : lie car-loud of Pi' '

?< : iii .1; He I'i'!'.f.oI4' tonk with hint a <;iuin- i ie! !boril or .11..1'; : Precinct No. 16. \ I iA I.'. l''D&"cc.l" ..... .. 7i" a. m. I to $Z.( (} per dozen. .-

%M ( 1 tily of -i.iK'.. oil.d! OIM l'"f'r< the :as- i< it !s in 'il.-: p iV" b P. William James Htibbird .1. i >> ; ii tt\ 'avt-... FHrrHncns ... .. 7..At 1n.:. I.o.ceve i -- .
t inspectors; B. Hubim, !. !, I'lcfet-ng .. _. :i.,ia. 11.. ri
; ; : '11I101.\' and >,mj>Iy, "It i i.-. empty <'o:' la,' diiwi : : : -..;;;-r.r.= .1'5 l.rrauc .. .. .. ... HIS I II. rneact i [r Ciivff V : '. ,lS

:' : f till it." ,iiy .!;i nil'! fa\'or a : | VJflIEEY tll! G; 1'0'013. ... .. .. h'.l.'ia.I: m.Arrives ,
Precinct Na. 17. Hfrranc11:111 and I t"t".t
a. m. tin nnaket u"
; ; ; 'Iil,' ..ik tio t. 1 h- ':1..Ij". -
was tille l as well as the ;; as ; .11' u trip to Fore Mcl>.- and turn re- : ,
i Hendrix. A. C. Berry S. C. 11" -4 )tI( III I
1 1.Ib l other-, but tinchief of the assembly .xgainst she :lat: -t !: W. A. Kiiehn. clerk. urns.. to I ..r.ancl\s. fo"/>*> ." "...
; 1v-e Kftrmncas . .... lla p. invwti 1 \ .
1 *:iul as t he UISIUINMH the t'Iflte.5Itj r.fZ I that it u a1.1! l d.) hi.) ;: \ ; Precinct Na. 13. ,, pickens .. t ::5 p. pi ; f sr" x I....... ".... .'u',.,
: 1itiI.'t with nital: "It w.ft, neeessairyto ause !'.iilu' 5, l'! J. Brewtnn II. T. Ent : 1': II. .1. E ; = tE; : ll t t'r i : ..."".-. i'l-uniicola '" ... 4.'p.m.. j I j V it ...... < '
:I' 1iI i .!:8V'"' Pek.-ni. j:1!:, jj :nArrivi :r rt .:" '.:: ? ": :
4. intotm us that C;,,' 'h'k was empty.We miners thinlc: :is \\ : Harrison. insectois ; J. L. Bo .. ., (an.; 'i:,:, 'i't,... il."j -, harruncns fiHU p. m. and riftk'e .g' ..." .. ..
I .
I., -a\: \- it ourx-lxo. Neither tv:is it toward tlh1: operatcrs. i clerk. rip to McK<-. aud return 1" .. :

UiH-e''arj to reiUit us to till it. \Veflmnid Th.- lwt !! : Precinct No. 19. On Wednp.laYlia.d-lturda\- =-== -- --- 1
, : : ldu.dcQ.: Uhu loat w 'I! leive 'nirr.illca.. Pick-
: ; vii
_ fi1j: haxe! ,l'i't" it on.our own a.cuunt .-- h!>v<' 'It'.r. asso.,'iat* I II. Trimmer. J. A. Faulk H-rri-:

? 4i.44j I l'.e less l<111 s \\"'tl neit time." Mitchell thnnisr'i the ; l Sunday, inspectrr6 ; F. M. W 1 1i I. !'t''. .;:dlf:' recognized by mJa 'n The" for General J'l'iHacula: Kreuch at 6i1l1': 'i-. fir in. army E,9I- PKIic1

rIj: -l'un.llilt i llmlcaxorVvrKl.. ',pv.watthp'l hs ; >at ;'1\yaciins as tht ietf \otVjcbty 'nrpo, "e-> only and any unt-idi-r muiav" :' HAIR v< u i iP BALSAMO .
i Precinct No. 20.: .
4t j is':::it'.1 with him !\ sni trouble'. ; a p-J1 from the quurtermastei It.4'.t" -. ."t ft i iH. ,
: T. Eubanks.!' B. C. rnican. E \. "., ,
Natural I i take j-UM-ane o i Ilcr.PROFESSIONAL .
Anxiety. v.'Station
is .
plan .
inspectors; W. II Mayo < \\ PtlCL :lth ad t.:. : J
t4jit1 Mothers regard approaching winter hiiii Owing to the I W. A. 'ALEMBERTK. I

I with uneasiness, children take *ire being brought A DOZEN TIMES A NIGH 1. .

4: .'U sidi's to end the : Owen Dann of Renter Ft r- -.- ---- -- --
c so No
e.'-lly. disease costs more DR.KINCSTRY
4 'i little livethan rt' attack that: the mine It i W. Va., write : 1 hav. -.atl GOLA c TVv Capsules ire superior
crnup. ito I )= =< k tiny
and ohddpr
\ trouble fo- .
irI -
4V 2' frud3eu that the *utferer is often ohj'-'tion and advise c t Balaam it "paida. s \i i NEW DISCOVER
it became bid :
#o thatVa- i
.tfl : beyond hum in aid before the doctorarrives. 'ii.n i be aeeeptJ. I C-'be', ntJ [flJeri')1& I IT.e
Such 1 fod to pet up at leit n zen Grist and Corn Meal Wills
I i One Minute caes yield readily The three : a ni;:ht. Ineverrecei- any iirptn48 httirsthe FOR THAT COLD.

z -. allays Cough it (immation.'urt'. Liquifiesthemucu hOt here but they : benefit from v edi- j M. F. GOJIZfiLEZ & CO., Prop I, 3,. ,,. I as' tt4 0 thY 'fi ''It1I TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
i t(. this city. They \ until I tried Folev'idn : ng. t n'i.ccisTc .
danger. Cures
Absolutely safe.
Acts Consumption
:1 $ immediately. enrp immediately !! After uinz: two b ". I am )fannfactt"n |
$ : Curecoughs .
: : grip br lIrhlti... nil throat and, colds Inns Thero is some talk ." W. A. D'Alemh 121 r<. "Y. 1ICF. 51KAL: ,%NI' PlT.KGItOCNr ''ColtU, lironcilit'Pneumoniallayf'-', A .

ji4 trouble. K. S. McM ihon ;street. STOCk I'KF.I). CA3D3.
Hampton. tion of the three : r jI"risy
I Oi : "A bid cold rendered nit xnicejut n'h called and -- ,. I Pkcroclso Home !n nhtry. for there li .. -.------- ---------- -'" I
you want a nice pr r to P I very reeon you oaojid buy Mt-kl Ho "
U your anc M. D. LaGrippf ""-
t before an oratorical cotjtet. laid! before the mnt frh'nd. go anti loI ')IJr1J tt i stock feed !rom the Homt iiaunfactnrer I W. C. ,
.. t I inttided to wittdr.1w. but toolOne The line of sniti! tielea tor by 10: ,: :Minute L'C'u1t Cure. It restored situation : try. our money U left In the eommonit Office: 17S S. 1'alaf
still mixed. but the Stephens. yon -u can fl'-l tad yon in tarn are Indirectly tn-matel I IWhoopbs Couirh.
r J in time win th ma011 t 8 I :
- my voice to > medjl. 1- tl\ please If \.J faltering the borne mannfactarer yot Hours troti "Uodr.W a. ) p. n
ie t H.irh'i-' Pharmacy JoLu Shepp.ud.bidaey ing of the strike at 3nytbi in the .cd fi' ,- 300trtbatetotbecaueof labor. You ow m;ud after o'clock I NO CURE. NO PAY.
4J:1: : date is I it to tbe community ;hich :you lire isrirbic'J :"
Is. 1 1I. I I regarded as 1" ,. to ste him b,. ra bny. oontrlbntes to roar sapport. :Phono 03. J I| Price 50C. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES

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1 f"9 other medicine tneHirk S'NEEPSOVERJAPAN

& [ m! Famous the World Over-Fully Matured.SOLD .

Was Accompanied by Seismic
for ---- -_- -- -.------ ;
: exclusively women f Tidal Waves. ". i -I I i
r I v :! o: i I' :S I i !L.1JI: : 1lt ., i i. 1I I j ji I MIDWIKKKY.The .

II II I I i I' II'--'c| i.,\ ::i ..i u nun! .\ -i I, '. j tllJ ef101 -'nt'c1 tak",,, his method 11// ;
COAST 'Iti: i I" "-.It" ed! h\ ::1 i t r lui'ik nC vrt i it.d if iflwrinc her cervices as a '
MiS Egad so many actual n sii'MiiM' elifinc i irr'in: i tunmi I| ,1r< -:h".< licensed midwife, haw I :'

n on during; nisiuiil! : chilly.: dy. but .!!?' had 35' year oxperience.
Loss of Life and Property Was Immense. ut c!! during! mutiny and warm wcatlt- Can give best of references from

and attained such : .-Subscription:>> Lists Have er. The systt-ni was invented Ity I'roftssor leading: physician: of thj" city. ,'
cures an ; Leuistrum of Ih.J"il1fur.; Far Mns. M. GiDDExa 'I'\ 1\
Been Opened For Relief of Sufferersby laud. Jltf lit South DeVillifr Ht. : fPd

the Disaster. Some time ao he customs authorities .N-a aE FiuSA L Y ,1 Q i
enormous sale as has seized a box of skittles that arrived / I
Yokohama ,
Oct 1, Victoria, i3.
in Constantinople on the plea: ha most healint;SAlva In I*** worl* E
C.. Oct. 15.: -A terrible typhoon! has .
that the lulls were hard anti heavy I
spread disaster all over the northern and illicit; I.e used is cannon &.all,;. I j f

pan of Japan. It was accompaniedby which would lie exceedingly daccrerous. Marston $ Quina have : 4
seismic: tidal waves at Odawara. I It was not till one of the .'I1If\-.- !. !
which deluged the coast vellages. the! skit! had taken a lot of tumble that the i ilialis some 'ernice Dressers anil I

loss of life and property being immense. Wl'TCin/ u up. Wash Stands very cheap. i h I fi

open d. in Subscription the various lists towns have by been the Folsy's ftony and Tar Just the thing to go with I. i L }

Iron Beds.
lea'hr.K Japanese: people and newspa-j: cu"rs co/Yte. prevents pneumonia tlI
Pt'". A local journal said: i "
Kn-m telegrams and) )personal nar- I !
ra' .j" it seems: that the typhoon! | .

ttiiui visited this section of Japant >
1m :Saturday' night and Sunday central!- 'I ) I ;

:.. I;a fury in the region of O I4War.1 i

"' :J:, .; 'I 1 tl waves visited the shores alI j!i WILL MOVER I jf

tc'fI ) :.: ,.ara: Kixlzu, Kamekura Oizo a-il I 'It 1
t I1..x .1 >f life and immense damage to !I Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Dato Stock '

t I,I' .I.-s,oity: 1 that Odwara The alone telegraph 50 housesu re-i, i of Fine staple and :Fancy Groceries. : ""I'"I'i :

".,'t' washed away and eight persons No 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block.

l-II' on Sunday morning. The deli I I : ,, ,: "" : t r I

rt"t.-Kodzu-Olawara! line was com- ,
!>'Ft.'y! paralyzed.! Whole section; 'I r

; "'f': ,. lifted horlily; -sleepers and rails:! 3MICKE & CO. ,

-:ii.-l l transported hundreds of yar.r;; I ,. ,

; At the power house the dyjiiaiiut

tj1.n.i was reported still there hut : :
Gas and Steam fitter
the house was supposed to be up the i Plumber, I f
mountain somewhere.rihe loss will:! .
eat up a ('onsldf'rableamollnt of the|I. F FAll tt
No. i Scnth Palafoz Street. "
year's profit of the line I I
Kind oi Plumbing auu Gas Fittings Materials Kepi on Han I, Ie
Jo.I'PHON.: aM '. .I'iM.OUI A "'J""

Mexican and Central American Coasts I \ i 'I

t Are Shaken Up.SJ.ui I I > 1 I IVEEULY

Francisco, Oct. 1.:..Great dam FOR STEAM I
I : If You HaveRheumatism I
AVrni .L-. v..a done to various ports ou. the ; FEN3ACOLA ;

D urxicin: : and Central American cuas's i i "" ''''HIo.i ill HAlLWAY J (
; Ir.: an earthquake and tidal was*
:S-; -it.i1. ::; and 24. i i Trains leave Penp& i I
: :\youlIIg linyou
I ,.tain Von r.1f'1'f'n of the Oiniaii II I, and Fort liarranoHa at I

1 .-V.IIL. r Ueiulerah, says he \\as lii,.i- '!'l"MI: G I :'\IJ a. m.arrln' at I !
;.t some of the ports to even i i fuala. m.arrive at : I
th great tfsii .1! and li_. p.m.arrh'eat '
.l 'I..r: ling, owing to destruttion I II" UPlht'OI; rn t< .t> d !...iinrmaI HQ: p. in. arrive at .
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!I'i'; 11At Salina Cruz, ou Tel .1- .. I I medy1. cure $ ":!5p. m. arrive ill : .f
ll ttl-i 1
t cure l.i-or.I KIIIrpal..j ) m.arrlveat "
| 'b"lp
'II" h i, p' "", he says the loss was g: :v- ISlvdd"rtat\ Imu- i !by an ta.'sof I, Trains leave Fort
ri nr.iit- i It Hi vet fr, < a' it 1 Lmlilf Up () '
nl that launches liul.! cola at
; and ;< -? ;
\ the h.I.lln. u'l I .tn rii wlr.UUBIIIR t ll A i I
-_ 2'io-- M 'v I II vied! inlaisd'ovcr! loll fm. I f s-ii I Mump for lio IlL of. wonderful cer- ,I Tilna.m. arrive at .. .
.\i Ocos. Guatemala the entire pier 1 jt tih. tIes l'm'e.:1 per Lottie. For Feteby llu'p: m. arrive at !
rtrurei-tii. If your rtnicgist ran nut Jim m. arrive at
More than million at 1 It :a-t I.f ul feet la length! was: supply' Inn It will 1'1' sent I'r'paiJreceipt upon 6:<4i p.p m arrive at '.. ,
a women ,
of prict. Addle" 7:0( m.arrlvAat !
\\ : -'-; "d. The damage to that port p.
I 1 and,] < :ity will amount to millions. i i Urlcscl Cheuical CO., Los AngelesCa!. I! 'B:.'5 bataraayi p. m. arrive only at ; f .J

I 1 The, qnak and tidal wave were felt or theiJBmiswii&Cp..KewOrlEan
have been restored to health :| a. far up the coast Manzanillo.. I I I FAKE FOR i
1 La I P*>D aooIa to Fort 1-t I
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I iaacola to Navy Y 'f i
LIPTCN'S CHALLENCE ENROUTE. Pensacola to I'almetto:
1 Distributing Agents.LODGE ;

....J it.--I pneri.alone can!; mae i!! it I! General Meeting of New York Yacht i: "' 1 I When weather SUNDAY 1

''t ysuch! i i Club Called.i I open oOflcb.

I i !\( Cork Get 15.: -Due to1a0"1 I Leant 1'eastaol. i
Ii ? S $ m. 1
a record Wise are the1 the steamer; Oceanic is Sir'.s i DIRECTORYI II Ip.m a. m., I J

Ii'" : challenge for another in'o.-. lp.m j

national I yacht rare in the hope of lining I I. p.m : :

r worsen; who-.wel! accept 10 rr the America's 1:tip.I -OF PYTHIAft e p p.. In m. 1182e8.'M

tti Commodore Lt' )'&rd, in ovl'r tlu' I ep.m
1 i'eiiHaci>U r.ClCIf' No. 3. K. of P., I PABB 'OB I 1 j
I t tin- ( hallenger may puffer no di t 1.1! I i'entaoclato art & !
II m e: every MnndiiT eT ting
% substitute.! i has: tailed for a general mcorinu! ; Ii I at ::.a'; nt castie Hal'! lard and retorn I
I a.1. i In the Blount'a'.tl0tttul'lng. Poaiaoola to I'lhr
f, ; th.New! York Yacht club to tK.: i third floo1 I' runrn._ j
ft i fn'i on the clialle-! iimorrow! ni.'i! : tI Visiting brethren eoralli! 'IIn fr..l"bt olved r
I i lentil then dttaiU; I be -q/ welcomed
I way i" IpltIrr i
t" ':; s. W 2t ro:<. ) : .. + H. A. LKK, :
: r\o, K. HOKHLER
t. t
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I i are f''llitv.ed:, the club will : < ;,
:V''ES;: NO: i.rrty Yi'arh' li riurrTo ACTRESS SLAPPED HIS FACE. mitiif: : and Invent it with IoIl!! :' YOURSELF oCURt'9 That I ,
A:710N'i fof r.1i'-red frmn torturing
.-a Requests to Rust ca-e after forty year- torture uright Sansational Incident Occurs at Char : II.SY.n' die .. ",\lid.' ." 'I -..3.irnlaliuui I
I "t it.rAn- ubf t I
o on "j 'i.. well cau e the ;gratitude If any oue. i j lotte. N. C. tot Guaranleed L Inctur.. Li lit onfl Ib m. ran" I.rn i. : ANlm I; R r ij
I'n: O'.i- I That i is what IetVitt'Riteh llaz"l j Charott! <\ X. C., CM. 13.: -R. O. ,. THtLi.SI'dY I ,t' t$ Clr O.Ca Pat l'aiDl ur M pus, /autd.! n 't auiu-

IU.\ X. Halve did for C. Haney, Geneva, O.He (Colt! a nn mber of the famous Colt! r .INC kNtnO. 3oid y Drdggti, I e
Cot'' say?, : "Ih''itt''i'h Hazel family of cur.makers: who makes hi; The T.:>nil! C.9.1. ore.nt in plain .r_;.F. -(
I !
iI'T oxprwi prcr*!"! fur
Halve cured tr.e of pile? :after I had home in Charlotte, was slapped in thfnce -' / Dar Eawo'ncc., P, 'it, y>7 OvTH f'' *', "r J b"ttl,-e. lircu.'uf -- I
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: ; .It' oi I Martian : V ** mbt ttEverjf ,
ou leiiu '
., .. "' :N'onoii: suffered forty yeurCure* cut, on the street by a pretty actn- ;f m : W'r ,\, / f fI }
wounds. ,
died-e Iware -'
bums, kiu : !- I
? )Ii.-s Grace Holiait Hanson, a in. u '
..o i i.y.; ha; i of counterfeits. Hargis' Pharmacy I 'i !? Pi f f \ --" J .
I her of "The Tyranny of Tears" coil'pany. !' t ( Woman MADE BY \ ;
"",1 ..:' t whet J John Slie! pard.. Sidney }{Ilhn. : ': ... I J
( ;H't t* ti< ?'k th" j r, \ 14'7lereet.ilrL!. I '.;."Ij It-ow IJIWr; 10-CK.NT: I i i
I walking l beside thela'y 1 I ..l .ifi.t II ut 11-I Fit:
Hits and hatches' Cause Fire. Mr. Colt was: "fj IN
i 1 11| : v I I :anJlnrt M\R\L f 1
:Mi. ir (;;iu'hric' S.1)'S"It. tin'L.; -. N. t'.. Oil. -Th"l on the street. When she reacn- ':' \ ,. n 11 'I ti I iLr rl.w ".Ioa'.\\hirlinq'''rI.. ....Spray In ,a IDANNH I;; I i i : ;
I I1. rc Idrnltililla'u O. ed the main entrance of the Central' I. nUl" .II. -d.
-:: to make any I e.1 \1..1 t "" "L
r< !l-tmio (avail r, who lives two miles hotel the young woman burst into I f A WIne Cordiat.:: ) I 1'1 I........1." ..", I AGENTS FOR ; !
::1' thi-" attitude oil Thebctsoer:: -remt iv for
I from !his |iinre has peen destroyed, tears and as suddenly drew back her I I..7o.r dr..xi.1 For I'. .4
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M uuve with ref together wth: its contents. The dwell hand and slapped Colt full in th" 1 Malarial and Typhoid I.i ,Itlwean..4erq.plytLf I un' ..... .,v...!|.1 no 1 ;
--Bitten but he ad- Fevers .
otl T. but rand tnr II-
,..IS fruitless in so ing has just liof-n completed! at a cost: fare. She then quickly entered th': I Colds, Influenza, &c. i 1 1110"101 bo.kal.d.ll djiiip IV'" :\S Main House-401 ;
"0" was one of the prettiest hotel while the crowd of travelingmen 1. to' l < I faitparli'uhtr.anE-iir..I.'r.t9.! Jf R. R. Exchange- :
'>-uts! are concern- of $; am i ,\\ ,, ,>. A.. J niuaarlulo.hea I )Mtn\ ...(,0., ,! '
in the county. Mr. and :\Jr;;. and guests around the hotel entrance i 'I.\ 1 P. O. Box 21.
"' did not intimate Room S3 c Times Bldj.. New York. Phones 1
i io.
Drown hardy'srap'd with their lives applauded her. I
action. $
--- and they lost everything. The bra .' 06 : -- I
was caused: by rats and matches. State Troops Dismissed. j j '
I". InLI'fIOtl'1 l.%1.111' I New Orleans Oct. 14.-Orders were I ? -WE WILL- i

'of .\vituilova3:! prac- Fought Over Last Morsel. issued today dismissing! the stat" j;jtx

,;r tmvu the other day. Charlotte. N. C., Oct. 15.-News : *>ps who have been on duty since j

?lour/: under a heavy reached here of a horrible assault the strike situation became acute, s.} CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS

-.iiuibleil ati l cra=bed committed upon Larkin Bedsole. an the country commands may leave for

-Kiss store window. aged resident of Cumberland homela general orders the com I !

>.: the store iloiiiandod: by his wife and her two couutr'l maml<'r.ilH'hlef generally acknowledges I at and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of ., I''I i
!j' Tier said lie Lad no .
woman used an ax. while the excellent response of the va.rious i iI
y a \'ist.t1la t lie l-e hacked the old man in a frightful commands. The Street Ilailvmy j I I -+-*Fall Goods*' il.' .
'vimi mark: note was : .. !'
'I manner with knives. The quartet ar- company is gradually increasing itsservice. -- J 'r

v ...i h, lie said ldonp"llr. very |is ar. and the trouble arose over ; The star car law, which separates j I I ;28 doz Men's Laundried shirts, Ladies' Spring Heel Elines; Get your boys ready for school, r': 1
The I t
i its marks storekeeper.'I for the I j I the last morsel of food in the house.Uewarcol" the races in the street cars, i! regular $1, to close at 75c. regular: $I goods, to close quick at hUc We carry a lull line of BOY8' Huits. d :i :

went into effect yesterday and the pair. &S Hoys' Huits regular price, $1.00, t
1 01.\\! nnd Landed ill) 27 doz Men' Colored Laundried jill' I
efforts to close 75c suit.
company is making credo to i shirts, regular ?;oc, to close at iiGc. fc3 pair Ladies' Low Cut Slipper! at
who went
11.jHirter. ; Ointmems fur Catarrh that
I 67 Wool !Suits
I ITMs Boys' regular :
the law out. I price i
I car y regular Fl 2l; goods, to close at $1.05pair.
-' :lad: prKtestin; A lit Contain Mercury.AS II.I. 67 doz Men' Colored Laundried : tl.oOand $1.75. to. close at $1.15 suit. :
'r': k.--jior discovered the will surely destroy the : :!i shirts, regular 50c goods< ; to close at I 120: Boys' All-Wool Huits, regular : I I
'". : "te was sj-urious. mercury 1:l3oc ; these goods: should go in 24 68 pair Men's Low Cut .Shoes regular price $2.00 to $3.00, to close at $1.50 j I
I sense of smell and >ld"I i/ hours. $1.50 goods, to close: at $1.20 and $200 suit. 'j;) __ __
Gae! Sweeps Channel. ran;e tile whole system when /ra'IiZO ,: 20 doz Men's French Neck Balbriggan I XVe carry the. largest line of Eoya' j
i ing it throtmli; the mucous surfaces. i signature: on every box cf the genuine' : pair.We Pants carried by house
11-J A 25c any 1
Undershirts 20c
heavy gale:, at- ; at regular the largest line of Boys'Bhoes ill
Such articleshould never be u ('df'Xl'l'pt >laxative ammo Quininc Tablets carry city. I
h'.irh: seas, swept overir.'i prescriptions from I goods. of any hou e in Pensacola. I j
on reputable All of
: Irish:! charnels: today. physicians: as the damaare: they the remedy that core a cold to one day i 1 30 doz Men's French Neck Balbriggan Bring your boys to us, we can fit drop.!tltched our 26c.Ladies'hose and to ; t

: mal: oraft were driven will do is ten fold to the, good you We will launder your spreads for'!' Undershirts, at 3Oc, regular 4oc, them in any size. 20c. pair. i 1

:.'c' Efeboats1'0 kept can poiblv derive from them. 15 cents each and make them look sold by others at 60c. We have just received a fall line IOU doz Micses' full !shades.'t!
1 \> we ro few fatalities.RQNCHITIS : Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured i like uw. t'tir Laundry. All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts. We will to close at 60c doz, or 4 pair
i by F. Cheney it Co., Toledo.\ 0., I i -- close at 75 cents. close at EOc for your choice. !Someof 75 doz Men's Seamless! : !l': f j ji I

contain no mercury, and i is taken j 72 Pair Ladies' Spnrjf Heel Low them are worth 11.50. regular lOc goods, to close at j i 1
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FOR TWENTY YEARS. I I1 internally acting directly upon the | CASTOR Cut Slippers 2! to 7, regular $1 We carry a full line of Kklrts. We have just received a f ). t
\ 'blood and mucous !surface of the i goods to close at70c pair. Look at our window display. of Ladies'Kid Gloves in all ;j .
rmith.. of DanvilleI I I .
,!. In buying Hall's Catarrh
ytera For Infants and Children. -
A- had bronchitis for I I Cure be sure you ;ret the genuine.It I Remember, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we will have Room, 1. ::1 :
1- itud l never Rot relief I Ntaken internally and i is made in The Kind You Hare Always SocgH

1 .- i Foley's Honeand Tar'I 'I nled... Ohio by F. J. Cheney S Co. I BRKllINER'S: }
: F. E. :
a -tol t' cure." Contains no I i I Testimonials; free. Bears the I It ,
\\'. -.1!I tIrId: by Druggists, price 75c:
A. D'Alenberte 121:! :
.. \ per bottle. > aatare of I I IS 0 105; SOUTII PALAFOX ST EET.pgiiTHE ; ] ;

i I I Hall's Family Pills are the best. !

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15 S I TO ORGANIZE TAX REDUCTION i4ye s One dose at bedtime prevents .

night coughs of chil
q Kitered at the Post Office at Pensacola.F .
....iecond-cl matter dren. J.C AyerCo.. 1
croup. Loweil, %

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During AU?U-t F/f
9 Terms: Invariably in Advance. I IOU Jacksonville, Fla., Oct. 15.-The city council met in regular the death claim-md ) \

Year by Mail .. .. ..... ..._ .............$5 wBU APPOINTMENTS WITHOUT/ DELAY! ; ; H.
k Hontha" .. ... ... ... ..... ... 2 :ill Florida Grocer of this city, the enterprising session at 7 o'clock last night. Mayor States and Canada: by .

ji' On Carrier Payable Monday 10 trade journal devoted to Jones presided and Aldermen I j jMcHngh i i ble Life Assurance If

I the grocery and allied trades in I j I Green Keyser Rsilly, j Hon. W. B. Lamar, dsmocrmc: Everybody in Pensacola knows 'paid within one day a1::. -
I 'proof.
Florida in its issue of this week, ': Wright, Hays, Moyer and Pryor i nominee for Congress for the tilled Joe Reed and everybody can see
Mdrertisirg Hates Furnished on Application ', i him day, Ami
I every representing the (luring
no tnm/ I
publishes the following call for a I were present. i[ congressional district, together with
wild I Hudgius factory products-Hudgins tear lias the \ \ ., ,
1"1" nni .
father :!
of >
previous special and distinguished
convention of of
the retail
,' grocers! I c-csnt" cigar and "Big Pensacola"smnkin3 1 lIt'luHS."...

this state to be held In Jacksonville I; regular' meetings were adopted without address; the voters of following ; tobacco.
I This excel tv: -
during the forthcoming Gala Week !' alteration. i i counties at such time and places: as Nearly one hundred dealers are ,
I 1 great record. It !L.(- "
,November.. The call follows: I Under head of unfinished business i mentioned below, viz. : : now handling goods in the city, and j been approached bra' .\

iis ; PENSAOOLA, OCT ) 6. 1902 "Call far Contention.. I I| the matter of reductions in the cases I DeFuniak Springs, Thursday] the demand for them increases pany.
daily. Try them and will use
i you
'-- "In November Jacksonville will of J. Geo. White, J. )1. Coe and M.'d! noon), October 16. i : "strongest
i in HIP \\ ,
ii i no other. Look out for Joe Reed'sbugy i

4x i THE nearest instance to perpetual have a Gala Week and trades dist' Sullivan were called. Thee gen- 'I Westville, Friday t noon), Oct. 17. : with its two big\ cigars, and THE EQlTTAttLK I.I ; "

l motion u in the continuous strike of play. I i tlemeu complained of au extra high I II Milton Saturday (noon). Oct.::'. I give him your order. ANCE: Slit'u I j n .
the makers in Tampa. I .
cigar -- -- I
"This will be an excellent opportunity valuation on their property made by 1' JOHN NEEL Chairman. ': NOTHING MO GOOD. !j OF THE ;Mltli .

t'i i, THE president has given Friday I for the Florida retail grocers the! board of equalization. The council NAT. R. W AL" ;R, Secretary. For allli\'H troubles! there is nothing

h the go-by. The last cabinet: meetingto to hold: a convention.. upheld that board, however, and I *o good and helpfulas HE PAT ICURA OOIVLESGeneral nw"{
di-cuss the coal strike was held I LITTLE FOLKS MINSTRELS.There because it cures without producing ..
"The purpose to be to form an as- allowed the valuation to stand as '
::1 on Sunday, with apparently better I any bid effect;; mot medicines \j> tu-
a : sedation with constitution rules had been origma'.ly! fixed The petitions d,). llepaticnra i; a substitute -
eUCCess. ___. I ', ,: will be a =p icial dummy for for calomel and much better 309 t;. Palafox !:;t.. J'F'-
h t lit IT is apparei.tthat Ecambia county by-laws: and executive otlicers, I were declined by a unanimous the) Little Folk Minstrel C'unpauy I than that drug because. it has none I Ior ,
Oct. 2" \ it* bad etlct"'. -
which can be- made one of the vote. performance At \'arril'iwn -
ll'f will uotpartieipite in the :Mate: ticket can f>e. obtained at \V.S.Jordan: ; of Jacksonville! Out of Death i i
tr !. 4 Fair this year. THE > E\VS is sorry stronger associations in the Soutii. A petition for privilege of erecting Hirsenkovitz's store Others along/ Fl a.s'tyIoth myself andmy friend '.When .
death .
l I aud will -it in the back seat witu a "It can accomplish far-reaching an iron covered shed in the rear of tlApostle's line of the r,'ad:: cau! get them at lr. Hod-on are grtlttl.pll't-1 d with -.>'>
t.r head. I Cne'=. Rpervedejt*, 50 cent-. the etlect of HEPATIUL'P.A: I 'from a severe <:'
I hang-do -- good for the trade. restaurant was referred to'; Sale: opens' Oct. W+ at iO o'clock. '' can without he-itition recommend i trouble, that I ,:

t' THE nuny Ptn.icola friends of I "It can fight evils and foster; the'' tile marshal. 14-3t; I HI it as bein.r: the fine-t Ira: :\1 EJII.l'rXE year-." wnte.< I'. :Mu-
-- ---- I ever saw It* mild
tl '' ,c Jude, \Vall will regret to know he' good. J The sanitary committee submitted I: H'o\'rt',1 :-101'1'4'11 and hearing. ami pleasant and entirely free fromftripuiK j C., l-Dr. 1f:ing's N,.\\ I i _

C r is ill m A-heville, N. C., and pin "It can establish reforms; and i I 11 monthly report, with a report from j or !any of the -u-kenmr effects !my life and gore L..
Ft. THE Ntwin hoping fur him aspeedy i :5lESSK.Ei.\ IJKi's. : K-ommenced of calomel, yet it doe- the wcrk i Bf-r plli"I, earf'i .
( bring men of one calling together the city physician attached Health u=sue your Cream Hahn about two as! thoroughly a" it could be done byanr W. A. D'Alembe :. .

s- i + recovery... -. -- for mutual resolve and df-cussion. ''of the city was given as very satis- years a ro forratairh. My votes w.i- ; mt dicnie. It has without! doubt ..uth ,
somewhat thick rod P.hf..A'r
my heinittr saved from usualummer '
i; me
uiy attack -
1 t' THEY guy there is uothiug doing j "It also can be animal holiday ; factory. was dull. My hearing: hd-. been fully i of bhiouuesSold by all -
politically just now but with new restored and my peech !'it- become dru/gi-ts. -
when the annual convention dateI Three ordiuanceswere returned
+i by
a., Kh i ithere quite clear. I am a teacher in
candidates springing up every day; our ----- ----- STEAMER LINE SCII. -
'I I comes around. the! ordinance and engrossing com- town. ;, Watch corks: see
J is a big; lot of thinking for I your
L. (f. BROW, Granger. O. i>.politicians. !j "The Grocer published in the in- mittee properly endorsed and certified. No comment is 1 ceded Trial size', j that they are Branded"Scililz. '11'\.t'Pn I'f"nloal'ula
anil' t!
teret of tbe trade, takes this opportunity ': These were compelling the Wet*. Full -ize oucts. Ask your | ."
THERE will be a total eclipse of t.lrug'i"'t"1' m'tll it. ItllRM Hill) It, rpi Hl>
lib of making this call, recogniz- of metal fire I i
the moon tonight. It will begin! escapes Ki.v Buns Warrell.treet, "CITY OF TAMIL .:
'* i after ttu aud last about three hours. ing the necessity.; making appropriations for city ex- '., New York. FRITZ
\ I .
+ ---- T Milton 'i am I 1'
a't The ui,;ht will be chilly, sutlicient "Those who propose to enter into' pease and providing a tax levy on u ''' ?ai'ol ..-:.'..'all'I iJar1

t 81 1 i ,r 4 excu-e wi-e is sit close. A hint to the I I the organization kindly address The i. an eleven mills basis; for the ft-cal JEWELER] \ IN HIS : ;Will[ ; : n eke. Point regular; Washington trip betweenPensacoln. and .>*'v; Kit .:. i .

-- Grocer, Jacksonville Fla." year. All of these were pa-ed. Freeport. Leave Raylen street
.. i! '. CA1'1TAL without labor cannot de-I I Nearly every state in the country The ordinance making a semimonthly NEW STANDi,,'harf '1 liur-dav at 6 a. m. and ar- j EVERYBODY LOOKS

velope the resources of a state: ; nas its Retail Grocers' Association.. j salary distribution wa.-: i, : at Fieeport at 6 p. m. ame day.:
>- : t' neither can labor without capital. I J Leave Frepport Tuesday at t5 a. in. FOR THE BES
'' This is a day of organizition fni ] read the second time. I have moved rnv jewelrv stme to !
it ] They are equally dependent upon i i 120: South Palifnx. formerly i ecu- and arrive, Peii-acola fi p. m. =amdiy. ..

1 1 3i ;Ii' each other ami are equally entitled i i" business. It f h e="ential. The coming i A communication from the L & N. pied by liaa- & Co.; and ain m j >w' Fare r'>nud trip F.;joue; WilY *3.'Inns. Here it i-. Cil, '

... 11.\1 to fostering care and equitable convention in this city will nn- railroad complaminguf a tax a-ess- better' prepared tt'in ever to ?r.yreat > SolUl Cu\i\, Captain.
treatment of our courts; and our leg questionably be well attended, and mentwasretd. The birg sins in rliaiimnJwatche! work that cari bt- Lit :.' : .
company jewelry, ere. Call and
I see rue fine prepared t" do r. ,
;i: :f; 1\' islatures. -- ;j I the organization that will result the council to give a hearing onne let me COI.\ IH'.- yc'i. We have been reliablly They put u.. bl..1 ;,1" ',

11.1' I I J t. SfEl'IENS.Carolina : he-t nn the mar.-:. .
i '}: THE Cnavi/-Allen: case which! i- i will be of interest to the trade. ti q jf; ci.>!n uuJ same tea ptntpouJ informed that certain sa-
; : ;a- they! have a uu
; i tl. .' now bruit tit*-d in Hillboroughcounty
V :
until m ck.
< uext meeting. loot, 'ores: "
r' I A \Vonl Tra pIE'I... keepers have put off'inferior .
I to
ill: will indeed he a battle royal J Doeyour bu.-'v
V Hi' { of biiliiaut wits and intellects" !I The excitement incident *o traveling President Northup addressed a Portland i bottle Leer on !ins: '.' They can -n.;ikTlieir > ,'
; .
; '" s j With ThoPalmer, Robert McNa- and change of food i id water couimunicitiou to the uouucil regarding thtir price *, tooL: .: _
Jt ctistciners by taking t hey have ample/ !",: _
wee our Harry I'.,epiefor thy de- often bring on diarrnoea, and for the matter of electrifying i fir"tclacarna..'. :'
fen-e, arrayed a,:uin-t Hun'h;: Mac- I this rea-ou tin one-liould' !leave home the dummy line on an abrogation Cement Co.BIRMINGHAM off the label and palming I rei-iinn buslueh:<

farlane, J. P. Wall and 1'. O. Kumht':'''wit!"+ut a bnttlt" of ('IntnbrrL! iiu'- the present pole tax. it on their customers ns I call on tncni.!
I' .
.I.!' the electric-paiks of legal learning 'l'' !licl'iuleraand: li trrhoea Rem pcalerepaired.:
l Tae city clerk's work ALA. Schli< z. V/o must insist! 1"1'1 rZEI. .. Iiii t tI.
as inspector |I ,
; .
: For
*. will dazzle the spectatots.Hox. edy. tl" bail driijrgi-ts; and K,t-i Ii" I
t t. -;- -- uledi'IUP dealer-. of weights and measures;: received a I span: this being discontinued Phone b7.MEAT&MALT.
W. >. JENXix'.a, our ditmguished .
'little' attention.Comprehenive. '
Jle aud able governor, says, Ktork-i ..11 High-Gniiles Amen- : or we will take legal -

al!; I. the Pa-co County Democrat, spentTuesday CONCEALED GUNMAKES monthly and annual I can:! Portland Om1"'nt. .CTenn.inia" : stpps. 1- I M.
I Gprniri "':ttun. (i i-rmiiii ",
is here huiaud rl"i! reportof the city comptroller : : 'rI- dietetic value \T i d!> i < : '
shaking : ; : j land Cer.sent. Kill:!- N. 1'. Calcined THE LEWIS BEAR CO. J JAgents '
Yt Hewing! the pleasant relations of >! BIG FINE were -ubunttej m printed form. Pla-ter, Ro-"iid.ile Cement: kept at I to take It I i ; 1.Iun -

lit yore with his many friend Should ,: Norfolk. Port-mouth, Charlp-ton. for Schlitz Brew- of food :Sold by
Savannah.: Jacfc-onville. Pen-'ieola, DANN11E11FINE '
Mrnkenitli l K :
1a he hii -- I'araijcirt.Henderoii
; shy castor
into tne senatorial Co.
Mobile; New Orleanialv-ton. _
4I; ring, and of this we have little Cleveland Huiki negro boy. Grimptt of thi place Weal-o make aiiipiiieiits; direct from i

t doubt he will deliver knockout i! was stricken with partial paralysis Mill wherever WfIf't cieipet: ; Try one of our celebrated STATIONERY.C.
tried to run th 1I.rh I* way TuP-day :and completely lost the use of ',UI freight SIc; ,. .
rate. : Iinsr '
: s blow the solar of agents for
on John
4 i ;arm and -ide. After j If. # S Fdt Mattresses. .
being treated: '"..\ '
lalJallla"alld 'r..1
Stockton's (light on East Hill. To further! hi- : Southern (
I political u-piratioua. I'i by tin eminent phy-ic'an for quit" a j Kraiid; ," Por'iititl Cement Itllo-: They never pack or
1 intentions he j..rked a pistol; from a i while without relief, my wife lecomI, I I ha; Hydriulic: Natural Cement, grotclumpy. V. Thompson, NPalafox
MISS Al.HK: T. .\ mended Jetter tlwn hair
I'I'LJ.IW.Idallghtt'r l'hambl'rl.Hu'Paiu I.ihn It
I ,
I made near L'amwgbuii.Correspcndence: j jmattress
pocket in his clothes and threatened street, ha- ;j-i-:
ot Editor. Appleyard, and after U-ing two bottles of it hei ( at the
j I to do murder. 'i- almo-t t'lItlrelcured.l! 1:0. R.'i half price. new supple of hie?'':
has assumed local of So:
editorship; the icitcd.
\ DUN.\I.II.i Man.. Ijitgan; ci,uuty, ; vWarston (5' r(lu inn. J Paper. white, blue an i
Florida Index. Miss This hurt forced II
Appleyard has -
11. \.1.
i I :-veral other very remarkable Envelopes I to mate!:, n *.
done some exceptionally pleasing) : Mayor Jones to place a fine cure, of partial paraly-N have also Foreign Mail Tal'i. '
work as uu amateur, full of brightest b'-t-n tf-uied( by tie! use of chi lini -
: ,of #1 IINI+ this; .'. .FRESH ROASTED COFFEE.
morn II' i'A It i- moo widely known, velopes to match. ,,,",
promise" !, and now that siie is regularly ; ,
f !bower r. a- a cure for rhcumatitn.prwuis Penholders, ma.nku.\-\
e installed, in the jouruali-tic i t .
,' and brui-e-> Sold: by dries; ]REMEMBER. WE ARE THE ONLY ROASTERS IN WEST FLORIDA. ptc., always on hand
nI I' field the profession will be honored MEETING ;gets: and nieilieintdealers.. I
Phone SitHAVE
!i by an intelligent) earnest, auibitiou- -- -- -- Tilt Pi' I.I.H; Ib J\\ TEII: 10 I.\: \ '111n: : Pl.NT.:
*: f writer who decentaud will'' OF CREDITORS f fA A NIGHT OF '.'.tf-"t modern illlpr"\'l1Il'l1t--I-I''c| ri'iy. etc To introduce same: we

S achieve siiccesNo -. ,, ,I make the f.illowingacriSci+ '- : With "ne pound of+ tne t..II.witlUlend: -. C1l.19'I'O3ZTi1 .
U ------ ._ -- we will I I give- Been te :'d.t j.guiltr.rll j. =

; I i 'i city has; ever had a cleaner o r MINSTRELSY "O ll>s standard ininiilatrtl t" ugar .. .SI 00 : .'

more comprtheu-ive representative meeting IIfcrH1i'.r" in the bulk:: Mix h.i .tin! J.i\a I'.lcnil. per [loiirul. 3
iL of its inuu-tml or trade growth I'I'I I rnptcyapphcatioaof I William Ulu-! 'oiilot.i Hlc-iul per |x>iin
r than Kuoxville received in the recent mar, the drui-t, will be field before i! TIPr'lt! ; Al. (J. Field'* IIU.t.l"p(1t'ar.d 1 U h1"nuIJke.. |iitr i.iiiiKl iScIVHIVMIIM.
k carnival and industrial editi'D'I : J.N mi: fuociiv; M\I AT IMHCI IIIAT DKFY ', Z<1k A.AAAA dthlah h .:;
I Referee at the houlast
Nicli"-] :Otturd.tYll"ruill opera
p i a f\f the Sentinel. This mauunoth 'O t I'li i71n\. <
+ r
I: at Itio'clock.! The showing :night/ and for three hours the big!
edition of thirty-two i ; YOU NOTiCLD
pageis replete Jas.
AlcHtijh Prop. New Orleans
with intere-iung" historical ,, I that: will be madH bh, ,. l rrtitioiur! r audience! w.i: couvul ed with laughter Grocery. <

II'fT : data atilt write-ups of trade men and i it i- a good uue.ud it i-tated will be I at the effort of the renowned l>limi" !(>.; S and 10 \\'. Intr ii'tenci.i St WHAT IS MISSED HERE'All y

i trade iiutier, all liaud-uiuely illutrated I greatly to hiadv.nit ,_P. I fun-makers. S
; 4 j r with at 1+>:1-t half-a-huu-1 : Mr. /- i -'
Fields hay
I many old / wvv-vvvvV'vvv -
dred half-tone engraving's.RAILKOAD : ; i'
j1 time features aud has sub-trr.-Ml ,- .
I CatarrhInvites ( -A.
: ;
I men :predict a tierce up-to-date and more pleasing: !i..ver \ / kinds of ('/lIf ir ,
t. warfare between the con-olodited ?. /gr/ '
v Ic IcrIl Atlantic Coast Line-Loui-ville and Consumption iou:?. The "old-timers; L, j (iuig- rocking chairs at M" r '

(t )Nashville greater railway : J Jt'Ik"II ley Donnelly, Phillips Hyde. Goldman c $ Quina's. Prices f.o" ',
I 11 sytemand ]It[ \\ the delicate] ] : lung) ti>=uns, : ,SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING AND LITERATURE
; i the Seaboard Air Line. It i- I! and Murray are yet with the low.
ileraniT'1* the die; .tit'e: ontn,, and | a
1 even ;aid that the Fricttl'm, I"'I'I 1 troupe, and have not yet lost an >taI
going to back the :Seaboard for all it breaks down the jH'iirral health. i I prepares young:: men and women for I ha- established in ronnctimi withthe
t'y the qualities as laugh prorok;;. ,' '
It in busmeand
+ is worth. surety this should work often causes headache and dizi- I| -ecure: college, i tour"p of in-trucii>u Hotel Camden
e '
1 j The Faust of good; positionfor it: student*, .v-nd;
advantage: to Pensacola.Ve need ns; impair the taste smell and family acrobat- ire tor handsomely illu-trnted i l by mail. Send for catalogue terms,
4 .41; ; another railroad and we had jll-t a*. | I Luaring, arid affect the voice. i:I i well up in their work. Thi- ray l:>ogue. j C. O. MKTpenacola Addre Fla. l'.t M iel:N .\ 1. \ H1 i \

goon have the FricoSeaboardSystem P.i-inir; a constitutional dieae it reI I II also be said; of the musical M I ..;nam '' .

f M t a< any of the other big trunk .I qnirr} a CIIHitutitJualr'lIJ'tly. i I family[ and the D'ArviIle faily of Is Now Open to the ,

f line. Hood's Sarsaparilla I I I hand bell ringers.i '. F. B. BRUCE under the luallal/jIJ.I.; '

A FEW newspaper?, because they ,
]Ilailica: !! and i :Several sweet songsters a e also i
pennanrmly core> catanh -
know of no better reason believe\ j' MRS. S. MIMS.

that the mine-operators' belated of the no-P, tliro.ittotnach, with the company. Amoi these tm AID \lu (the A S tUD ad A&t Ahli Iu.

test l' agreement tt arbitrate the coil bowelami more dflicate organ are Rees Prosper, tenor: vuithev r \ ; i of Penacola, Florid i

:- strike i;* due to public opinion bat Koatl the te-timoniaN. ]Keefe.I the Tyrolese war.Jos.; KKlaraphin .

9f' had that been the cae, they would No substitute for IIood' acts like ] G. D. Cnnp" tin aha Guns( Ammunition RATES REASONAlil: f fKy
Fishing Tackle Bicycle and
have arbitrated two months ago i Hood'*. IJi ure to !set Hood's. John Dickens., j the Day, \Wf-k .r \f
Public\ opinion was ag.uu-t the 0..1 Bicycle Sundries Edison
and Music.
"I was troubled with catarrh 2ft::! rears The will ,
company I ; ar again : Table Fnrnihd wit'!, t. I t.
i i. erators and quite as bitter then :a* ;i S ceini:: statements of cures by Rood's Sar- Market Aff.r.l-. .
j now. THE NEWS *aid when th* i !':1I'arillresnl'ed: to try it. Four hurtle 1 tonight.: I ]Hammond and Other Typewriter?. Typewriter Hupplie*. All Kinds of ,,

i strike tlr-t originated that the operator |!! entirely cured me:' \Vn LUM >"HEIOU CAST03..A.- -- ] Repainn Lock and Key Fitting Public Patronage Soli cite(I
HammerlessGuus for of
p ,* will end it when they are ]1['XI) Bth !St., 1fisra7keeis.! I $-.nte. irs Kid ;1.\318. ill J't>R all at Kept Low Puces.Rent.JBig supply Fresh Shells, Room-.
re tdr. not one day snoner, or later, Hood's Sarsaparilla promises toI ;{ rretrTI L"T Free ample

I and believes: this to be the case, yet cure and keeps the promise. I I ( 'fl 'i!; 16 South Palafox Street. Sunday Rites Mad t'. I-.i

Men.THE .

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D. i W. C. O'NEAL, President; f. C. HORTON, Cashier ;

: OLSTEn.E: I J. J. FOSHEEVice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier.

ROMANA STREET. Or at Least Everyone Who Suffer ,
W" ,rlt and Refinishing furniture aSpecialty. I :
fratt _- Catarrh in its various forms is a

I national disease, and the fact that OF PENSACOLA FLA.
nearly everybody suffers from it #
hallo -
more or less leads to neglect '
-- j 1 its proper treatment.many : Designated Depository of the United States. I 'i

R. K. WHITE, LOUISVILLE AND NASH- Nasal catarrh is a common cause Condensed (Statement at the close! of business Sept. 15, 1902.i i
I' of headaches, destroys sense of .
Manufacturing Jeweler smell and if neglected reaches the i From Report to Comptroller.)
altbmalrr VILLE LINE. r
''Of throat, causing impairment and t'
ted aa (.radnale Optician, I sometimes total loss of voice. Bronchial -; RESOURCES.I LIABILITIES: i. i

ita. ralat"st.! ., PMM i catarrh leads easily to con- .I Time Loans . ... .. ...... ...... .... .. .... f338.797.32: Capital Stock .... .. .... ..... ... .. .... ...6J200.000.00 ; i I'

II""k." Other Interesting Items, I sumption. Catarrh of stomach aud I Demand Loans ..... ... .. ..... .. .. .. .... 50.03655 Surplus Fund... ...... .. .. .... ..... .. .... &, 10,000.00 I III' y
ere of News and ... .. .... ...... ...... .. .. .... ... I' 1
liver are very serious and obstinate Overdrafts. 104.72 Undivided Profits... ... .. .... .... .... .... 9. 56.23
of rvEWS Pertinent Personal Paragraphs i troubles, while it is now generally U. H. Bonds and Premium... ..... ...... 1S7.17I.S7 Circulation .... .. ..... ... .. .... ... .... ( J2 ,OOO.OO !

Gathered hj the Alert News Corn admitted that catarrh is the most Stocks, secuntes, etc.... .. .... ..... ... .. 2ti25.00Furniture Deposits; .. .... ...... .... .. .. .... ..... .... .. 401,624,71 '
I common of all causes of deafness.All and Fixtures.-- .... .... 6,71848 'I

heCti NOTES onilent of the more serious forms of [. R. Stamps... ...... .... .... ... .... ..... S834

catarrh begin with nasal catarrh the Casn andExchange.... .. .... .. ... .... ..... 160,938.66 I'' j
local symptoms, being{; a profuse discharge -

Florala. Ala., Oct. 15.-Work was stoppage of nostrils, irritation $746,480.94 $746,480.1)1) ( ; #
Wtl \:. and frequent clearing of the

, enm ,. "Folk :Minstrel ComI' commenced yesterday laying ties I throat, sneezing, coughing and gag- 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. 4t

v ,ieet tonight I at the resitl and rails on the Louisville and Nashville ging/ ,
Tne old style of treatment with i
I i '
Joe Coleman: IOC West ; railroad extension from Floralato douches, inhalers, sprays, salves, f

':. f hr rehearsal. ; etc., simply give temporary relief I I'
the Jackson mill. A
l large force :
and who has fI
International As- everyone used any of ,: MILLINERY /t
R. .I .: if the of negroes and mules are kept in a them knows how useless they are (K I '
I rw:1tre: : stage Employes I and their inconvenience is such r.! II.
trot from early morn till late in the
., it 7 :;o'clock this even1nirpoe : that very few have the time or pa m
WI of evening, and It is expected that this tience to continue their use. ':
transacting t
I ,: A radical cure of catarrh can only j jj OPENING c 1H ;
: -nil,-s relative: to theThemeetingwill portion of the road will be completedin 1 j I be obtained from a treatment which | ; f'

'.. bet a few days.: i j removes the catarrhal taint from I j

K "f A. hall. the blood because no one will now I II
Three box cars are being aced by ,dispute I that catarrh H a COli5titu-1 j Monday, 13th, I I t

1 I' unprecedented sale the Yellow River railroad in placeof i i tional or blood disease, and application Tuesday 14th '

1." Little Folks Miuv -- can /have no ellect except i 2525252S ?E 2E2 E5S5HSH5" E2> II
the freight depot which was destroyed I to temporarily relieve local iI !
.. ition of peatsill syiu Wednesday. 15th. I I F
by fire last Saturday I i toms.A .
,, house (
ra Monday: ,
new remedy which has been remarkably -
d k. Not a ticket j ji iu which al! the books and bills were stU'ce--ful
( : in curing ct- i
i '!'y the management, burned. tarrh is a plea-ant tasting tablet REQUISITES fl, J
which I H taken internally and acts
i.. I nret your choice. I General Manner: u. E. Ileese upon the blood and mucous mem- )

: Tf-ts in the first !spent two days here after the fire brine: *. I r 1
I It H composed of antiseptic remedies KID CLOVES !1 1'11Im'oT: : II.\I\I-: () : II SilK WAISTS/ F rial lot l\1nud.1Y'S seii,11E: !

't ie. play lro'l ;getting; things straight and Gen. like lied Hum Hliiocl root and ,. .; ,tl Icbratfil, "ClenientiiM\ without peer'I' I <'
is soon, I a All ( ')lnr.'d! --:ilk \Vti-t- : ruts. sstvl :"' u'-> b ;
gorge; Reese is here assisting; the imil +r cleat; .-iur! specificwhich! a t.;; ;;; r 'ill'utsitriranteed! $1 I <00. ; .I''t.. ill'j on! can't utTord to mt:.y. t,

..: \ :Ions, lielasi eliminate the, catarrhal poi-oh trout .. 'Ihe RtiKwutduin! Jay," in both! ,} .; lIk'\.I:.: -, t pt-llal. . .. .. 'tI'A. .
i I. I : surprises, agent. the -y-tein. .5 --L wulLinir and Driving uuiuber3. are pf'r-I I t't J 50; :Silk W,d-t-. 1'.eial..M 6n! j' f

i I. ",us results Agent E. rt. JJeasley of Milton The tablet! being pleasant: to thpta..t. s- feet. Special' atfeutiou is called to eia-.ti-, othei- 'rre-p" ludin,,: i'-w prict.". I
., are dissolved III the mouth and ; ,- fity and patent: thumb. Ii f
\:1:i wonderful spent Monday here, looking after thu- reach the throat, trachea and '-.'.' ", ."; Walkmir 0I..t'; all shades! .. . .. .fl| i'M i t ,:r

the Express, Company's losses from finally the stomach and entir"' alimentary ( '." ,. !!; 1Valkiug.ilhlined.!; I I;: .. . . : :*2ii,1FLAjIhrIWAISTS! I-'HI'- LutPRt _?- I J' .
ciual.: 'Ihey are sold by / ()1I1'.ButtnIlUrl\ll1 llll\e ..... . .|J.,'M'Ui ) atiouA 1"l'.r' aiiiunct) to your wardrobe f
t ., ui n iiify on in- the fire. drujgi-t-1 everywhere under .... : H.1 *:.', J'J (I.HonW.; : :
te; ... -: .)\ >!lf love ( worsted ) white, gray and : !
: : wiifiioucui buy theI It i is not known whether name of Stuart's Catarrh Ti.blet- black .. . .. . . .. . .. .. IHe '
If desired when :
I : sage, l-: -'J, ut Capt. there i" much \ : : 'tf i iI
frei ht depot will be rebuilt stoppage of the nose, the tablet- .
'- liijou bar. You can ; on the be di..olxed in warm waterand ueda may ". ..... \\I /,' CORSETS Fliity T.1\h.limhbl.liiht: :! .I .VJ-inch: nil-lot-! .. . . 75c yard f i t
same site or not. ,\ / ... ... .. . I
"n the best brands of j a douche in addition to intl'rnal'! \ AllleadimigStylesandlengthis..Cuetof350' ; ;,,,-h'h lUoadcl'iths. JScyard" ;. )II i ij
\ \\ For comfort. style and the our No. Cinchcotc" h ('hevL t$1.fA I
grace :
I" yard
tai beer. His inixi A merchant from Quincy has use, but a douche n' not at all nt-ce-- .
i A few dissolved in the mouth i \ !':-I! W. 1J will impart. Wepecially:: ,groin-o'L-iuch Scotch Cheviot,:. ... .. .. ..11.75 yard I ;
,,-rts. Try some ofi rented the of Dr. ary. j ideal
store R. H. Tram- will be sufficient. Dr. filfJj1 t mend it as an Corset, f 1.00.
daily Ain leesty
? : a' I IJI.u
,,1 i .k! It' a bracer thee KNIT COODS I! i I
mell and will !begin business here. "l'he regular daily use of f, I i I' j
.. J eveninI ,- tl1art' \ Full Line Jun necei\"ed. t ,
Cat::irrh Tablets taken inI I I
:hpradley; & Hart have: gold their |i tei'ually! will cure the whole catarrhal t\ rj j tenor co-wutes are not ll'tewltljJlttUl1e. Children'- :Mitten-. .. .. .. ... .. .... IQto hOc .; I

," iLr Hot Cakes trouble without the 1' / J PnceraulefromU.iOtofi.1 50.WIIOTIMPO Children's Hootees ... .. .. ... ...lOto 60c i
mercantile business to Hirch & Ellisof re-orting to .. . .. .
1 I( Children'Hoods/ .. .33to HCCluliiri'ii j
-..hug. article I have Jirautley, Ala, the purchase including haler.inconvenience" of a douche or an in I \ "/ / 1'L.i\\FI.FTTF:11'.ll'Tl\G: : : :-! > :Sirqiu- . . .... .... -.35to.1.01) .

'\ iti druggist; C. T. i U".a" and Arabe-que 'le-i.n= .S' to 'l.'if'' ... .. .. .... .. .... to fl.'" I: '
the store They eem to give a healthtone j
I Ky., "N Dr. King's building. I I I
I to the whole mucous membrane andit E I
\ t tllr Consumption, t
MayorV.. C. McLauchlin has. ,
returned i is really: remarkable how soon ,
!'i-1 beruu- always"
,\ teary of sales: it from a business visit to Geor- they will clear the head and throatof W. J. & B. FORBES.
the unnatural aud JJ $
't I have: known it ia. poisonous catarrhal : : d
g ,
: fnnu Throat and i !spcri'tion. I

wh<> could ;get noh Eric Von Axelsoii, editor of the i Stutrt's Catarrh Tablets. is un- - -
lioubtrdly the -.tfe-t, mot palatableand !
reiiifdv i
It.i if b..t'I'h any '-iIUI"I Laurel Hill Gazette and general certainly th- nm-t efficient :and '' When you wake up with a bid ,' If You IJuy ,at Ii.! e II..-,.>i I. 'u!! >.. '"torc They are Good y I.t I. 1

!I\\'. A. D'Alembentn !land agent of the Yellow River River couvenientreutedy for any form off! ta=te in ymir mouth, go at once to a P i iI
citarrh.'CABBAGE: :!rug: itor Kilt l get Ii free sample of j
\ 'it, .!:trantee-- 1
i ie4
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railroad, was here two this Chamberlain's Momach and Liver t
day: : |
i tend' i pre! Tn:+ t
ll I [
,i itl...ui;/ "-. ','ID' : 3>.d week. It is aid he will organize a' :i Tablets One or two doses will FALL DAYS.$ ;
THIEF make you well They al'Il'ure bil- :

I II stuck company and move his paper lou-ne-s, -ick he:id iciie, and con-ti- i..j. _
puti'IIJ.! All dru. ;i i-ts and medicine : 4


I j Mr. IJritt of Georgia: is 1 e-e with a I !
Try TIIK: \ESCS'altlt column ; It I
complete outfit and will establish a --- i: Can't wear those light;: Shoes. much lon::cr.V' arc ready fur yon with ;
I Ij
I TO ASYLUM I wllha'oe. I.: t'!>e ino-t upt?-'lltte line ot 1
brick yard. !i The trial of George Kennedy aid: I

The Hughes mills are being run i iI j I Paul Dumas for complicity in the BIDSFOR FURNITURE. I Ladies', Gentsf and Children Shoes I' ;

K> imp.; :in utti' at night/ and day to supply the great 1 theft; of cabbage from a Bay len i iI I I1111
'r : '>". iii-aiu': :it I'hattaI : demand for bailJiug material.W. street warehoa-e, was held in the I II .1\1..1 propfiMiUwlll lie rccfi\ed at tinollice ''' ver cen in our city ('ill, andee fir v,,iu-ilf \Ve ire anxious; to show :
until L IJ uclock: on tintnh: dnif i
Illll' ,
\'. .111.t I 1 iun'ht and left J. Cravey, who left this county: I I I city court this morning. !' October, A l 11.1 l'"r-! for fu rill,11 mlt ale Mute" I .\ 'Ul 1I 1
'(ipltol" Kids IIlIl.t I... BHilrHv.t-il 10 tilt /,, -.r I
with a:, aged; white fev : thirteen years ago for :Sunset, Tex., :i The evidence failed to connect ; 8-crt'tltry of the Mate pf 1o u'n aril! mark-" I I
II i .II) I'rop'i'AlH for hurni-l.lni! I'upitnlLi ,
'"" had beeuo add is here and will probably spend the i;1 I 1)1110:1= with the transaction and he ': -t raf fiirni'hintc I \\ ill he 'iipplfd ..n sppmicatl".1. I, ,
'I'I I I.' right( In ai'ivpl or njictany : \.
'.\" yinrt.'. MissI : winter with his sinter, Mrs. W. F. :i, was discharged. Kennedy was held ,, order nudalit timr"' In'rl..iofth,.! :n w/I..I..!. .'.irtu'li-or in p or'IILIIH, or i I\t to Boston Shoe Store L. ;

: I at the Merchants Martin, at laurel Hill. I 1 to the criminal court, as he could wli n.'t'f\d. {
----- 11.1'LA i \ i I. \\I mi.ii. !'
..I I lu-pn smmivm Ht by i, not satisfactorily explain how he I f ri.Cftirof. "' tat.'. I
I Fortify the system against: : disease !!! Talll1l1a.." t-h.. ul'-.'-'-l"' '! N.\'I'ILYN (;. roiu'iumii<< : : : "ruIII'i..tur. J I
,the for the uufortt.t .- ; came into possession of the veg-; ; k
by purifying and enriching the ,

--- 1lood-.ll other words, take Hood' ;i etablts. Upon being taken before! BIDS FOR CAS AND ELECTRIC Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Paiafox Street. 1 p t v v'a J

mums lrautiew S.lrsapariIl.i.AGHANGE. Justice Wolfe at 10 o'clock, he was ':i
-- -- | :
: committed to under bond of '! NAVAIi ij1'fH", MAKKKlfor I I
'/ 11 l Bkin J.ruptinll', jail $200.: I'j'r( ( \ :. \ I (

1'iiiples., Tllt'r dnn't IN Hf will be given a preliminary trial: : olds will tit' rfceUi-d-for (jmi,lnnn and ,I lk"pnrtf',1 Daily The !II...... br \: ,'f rrflillfli f' IT ; ;,. t., .
will niievlio
\ r-
any putt tag( up gas and flcctrii light naturefor Unillll,1 SIKH-PM On ? I I' 1
Arnica al"ft.. It tomorrow. lU" -tuie CHpituI until I. o'dock1.: OcitnhHr. I "r Kilt: MANAGEMENT, I I bciileil. ,it h.proposals lim!. shoiilil b.. BiHr .ed to -I/W._ n._ H III->.iyWO 11. 'I I 7', C' y, i i,

1\. flirt' It. It curesii I.Ii i i NVSAL CATARRH quickly yield-: : theovrrnorofthetatr' of hlorulii ami ....... a ,,-, O j ( g
i iiun.l-s cliilhi in:". --- to treatment by Ely's Cream Htlm, mnrknl'Hid. for histur llir riL-ht ism I I V.. a :.. F i I', NICK'S m I
r..s..n..d and all hid and t !
I -. '", atV.. A. to r-J.e1 any ;,
which 10ut.t'rel'alyaromatic.! It i is order morvor Inssof for nxturesnuntionidIn M .' .I' g I i"i i iRE
'I i- -turn. Ul! Smith Owing tn coutni'ied ill health, I. received l through; the nostril I the list which \\1111". funmlifd on ap-''i S ,_. ... ;" l C ; ;wsi ,

J. Au'h' has retired from activehutnPsy cleanyesand heal the whole :-urface: : ', plii-ul.oii II. ('l.l CKtWHiKIl, L.n u' l .t hrlow I .. :1
over: which it diffuses; itself. Arem- ; .seorttary of stat,. | :.- ;
STATION! i WAS for awhile, having sold his edy for na-al catarrh which i" drying |,' T"lIftoa.1"! i;':>*-.'> : :

cotfet. cake and cold drink parlors or exciting: to the di-e:i-td membrane 3 TAURAlT! '
;should; not be iiutd. Cre.iin NOTICE OF ELECTION. ll/f NL :

HOT SUITABLEapplication tn H. M.holoinon.; Halm i* recognized as a specific erhta _
Tnthe-heriaof Kieambia Tounty, Slate I of we
In retiring from the business; Mr. Price GO cent at dru-rgi-t or by mail.A londii pignato I 14 en every Sox of th- remiselaxative 9tf'
l'"hlm the head disappear that 1. H. ( Crawford. [
immediately: !lie it known lay BromO'QuinineTablttghe I
Anderson all his uf "f of .q:: .
requests friends when crl'amJllm/ : i* ued.j Secretary "nte the flute :
-I! h..r"h) ui>" notice that aUKXKKAL r ", o..d1lbt runs a cold In one day. ? I ,
P Fay Brothers, it li Warren street, NewYo'rk '
"I and patrons to continue the liberal j I, <-: DAILY MENUS 5* 1'
:: KLKtTIOX: : J
,' Watch for imitation leer :
; 'rys wa elected patronage! they have accorded him ; will be held in raiiilun county, Mate of !' a
t'lorid.i.: on Tue,day next tuoc.dim tbn Cm! > all the
nasacd the jtuliHc pri- Up-to- ;; :
being on
"-ition as turnkey to the management.. A CARD. lirst MoiHln-v in :V'jvemOfr .\. it. Itc: tile
said Tu.-dI" bring the that 0 ire Dishes' the :Market -
SchUtz ;
r: :MIL lie went on Mr. Solomon is. a deter, pupuhr t'\JI Kill Hit OK NO\hMRKK, 'for : see ererr/ .cu of the World !
For one pre-ientatm-of the Third 'on- cork is branded ,'C/tlil : ; _
: hut this morning;: and gem:il young gentleman who Editor Daily N"ws. Kre..aullallll.tnci of t'lnnlh. m the Flety. b1 Alloi.d. .,-: :
1 ; rlghlb t'\ the I'niledtate : J !
Will kindly request The Lews :
you C.L .8'I'C9IZI11.:
did not iMsR theW !rn made a hot of friends duringhis ; of Mite of the Mate: of
Heir Co. to give you name; of the Horldit. Bean tlll! ire K d Y-J H.t A cars 3a"EJ&tlLtua "j. I IL'ldics'
W a great deal ofthilitv stay here. All these and the For i oiiiDtroller! of the Mate of Honda .A '
l saloon keepers whom they allude to t or one Justice i.f the Supreme Court of L.L.Sl+-#- ill I I
attached to .. CkA Private & ; :! I
public generally are invited t> call in your ye-terday's paper. *o the Mute of Honda i
I For two Kailroad Commissioners nf the: <: y tl
!"Mrd will elect a at his refreshment parlors often, '! public: may know that all saloonkeepers fcStHi* <*f lorida. JQ I

\' 111"dllll{. they being assured of prompt, polite do not care to be branded as DI-tnetofthetateof to"rotateetxittor: for rlorlda.l Sreondenatortat. of i LAST CHEAP EXCURSION Dining Parlor. 2" =. II, ; ;,1:I I IIL
>ui two Members the House Representatives
I swindlers. Y. ur*; truly,
I' the corks and satifactorservice.! Mr.[ Solo-:: 1 of theUate of I Ijnda. i THIS YEAR II t f 1
on ,
C. TIUF.SEX. : F'or'far Assessor. :
,f/,' of Schlitz andi mon will from time to time add new For IBT Collector. j i -
tOur County liensurer.For .-,.... .I! ...... ; Regular Dinner Daily. l i ,
I 'ht / are branded features and will strive his atnn -t'' You can: get your house : ti\e CountvlVimnilssloners. -,...: ; .... : it
For three members of the County Hoardof "t. -- j1
/ n: pl-M-e all patron {ul'llishedcompleteat Mar- ( Public Instruction. ..rAt r1
For Justice of the 1'eace In and for the t '
Short Or.1Pr.t
stoat t5' Quin n's on easy payments : i fullovUbg Justice lIIHrt.ts."Iz: i I ::4 I'n inpily ;
No. I. y : I .11..1 Night or hay. I
1I1\I I : )( l'\TIHS: 'Hit weekly or monthly. o.1.FOr : ITo i tt
< Constable In and for tbe following I II Greenville and i
Justice I Districts viz: Montgomery 1..1
l'nr llt-nl- j'I o.l. Monday, October 11 'r .1 i
SCHOOL BOOKS1 -*- "nrnetblng ( oon to hatj'ji "
NO. :I. \ leaving| I'ltion depot Moudav[ mornin Flrb 1j' f : I
----------------- ---- TOU il tlnaiiul '
I .
\1 >K REST-Nice suite of rooms either No><> ;s.N I: ,' ? at 11 :3o on -pt-ciil train! Far for t! ;
1 i-i furnished or unfurnished: nice neigh, > :1 t .:
I..1RGEsI''AFOCK: [ EVER BROt'GHT TO PENSA- NEW- office fur IIIto"lIl1I' o. ". I I1'bl'"tt..otlon round trip. $J 50( FrfllJ 4 'anI uniieutand I Nick Apostle'sPopular
borhood. Apply at I Ithe t j.
of the sbertffs Is railed to' ;1.
COLAD.1': LOW PRICES. i lion. ointf Century am<' a< 1'en-acol Iq- I
( : Ian reci Jini( them to range a uotice of I ,
;1' f ;
-= R..turu I lave :\T olltg"mf.rv I i
the said election to be published In a news (
I 31tll Ili.its '\:III paper prluttd in the county. If there bf a Wednesday, ?ht at !I\1t; > o'clotk .i _____
GEM BOOK STORE.. .. ,_ h'cl.'I l paper in the county. if there be no paprr'puhltsbrd at''','I harp Oifl"eand rr refre-hru-nt- ( f :
in the thev shall
county caa-e "
; Our illustrated catalogue: eiplmiis : amid jI
served train guill" rfturumar. -
< MEN 'l"Kst rtve nf this notice to be on tt
1 we teach barber trade in inert copies poncd |' JJ IJlllJarJI 11 I' -

1 1. ,if School! Sup.'ItP-. !" hl-t-, I Pencil-. Penholders, Etc. :j La ..... lour. I oih.g-. New oli.tfUl urI, I In:n the Ttrstimontieretf.moist public placein. 1 ba\e the hereunto county. 1'1 i I I'urcrnce. tickets at ticket office : ill})\IVDVUt19') ) ) ) 'rlJ"j) ti .i :

my band( and atll\ed thrureat real I|
SEE ME AND SAVE MONEY. ; [L.-.l] of the fetal of Honda, at 'fallabassee For further itiformaiinti apply to !
F'eulale 11.1. '\'ulllt'cl. the I apical, this the flrot ROUT KINU or i
.. j day of fepteiuber. .\. D. lInIr. \ P. 'IJIOMAExcurion :, i cJi. Tfr2.IA.: ) I
CHAS. R. JOHNSON AMLO-Ladies to learn hairdressing: CL.A\ C'RAWFUItD.Ceerelary Managers. | Span tt.e 1"ep 'J J u ;, r AAr: &tfi( .

: I. weeks manicuring completes.and CatalOfcU4 facial manage.Krnr mailed.Mour .. ro George E. mitb, cbenff, of KscamiiaaJ7oawiv state' The ercnrslon! tu Kirtuinzham will I: {',Sato,'. f .

sorni P.ti.1FOT SIKEET. College, .New Orleans, La. clfitt C Ullt!. ;


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h CL'IIK VOUGflTflRRfl "\R T4RRG.Pjscaltft cv'S DEMOCRACY'S' DUTYNew i II\; \' Why Because "

1 YFEVGgdJi VoP: York Post Interviews k-. : ; I' of ffL Its component p rt. arc :all \vhoKsorae.It j
I Syrup I .
;hrs Cream?>;l Balm ,t' after-effects.
Former President. "? ':'I f..1 a ,: acts gentlY; without unj'lca: ; ant j

d iaey ou'r'oatalllenc acd pl-a-ant 6w 5 :J'l !fll'!ll IS ; It is wholly free froui uajcct.onublc substances.

njurnu-erne E scams VIEWS ON TARIFF REFORM ': ''l th b !.f f" I I V 1'
Itl gnir kly :'. :.1' "'- EC Q.m) 1)1 QAQ.tlr\i .j
Y td. at.ln onc, ;: 'COLD'N' HEAD .i:' J i 11 It contains the laxative principles of plants. I G : j

It rn- and tlc KT Itar N i- ; I'n,-aKa* Regards Same Mcst Important Issue I ii1! fi(! It contains the carminative principles of plants.
r A11t\- Inrt.llliliiiitinn. II' il- n y : P a'r-: ; I
Should Not Be Overshadowed :
Which I contains wholesome aromatic which "j
!! It liquids areagreeable
the lleund'ene. last ta.' i of i i-t< '.:.. ; It is pure. :

i mall and ',iiicii.'rial i tiiz. rgi--/* lOc by> :'i'nisi' it i- luai-t- i>) by Any Ctner.-Cerr.ocra.y:: race to :}: 1'a 1 li and refreshing to the tcste. I f 'j

ELY r.KOTHKI'SB ( It is ectle 1
3 r \\ arru *tret. New York. Face With Important Opportunity. : 1f I 1 'Hil t

New York. Oct. 11.-To a re-pre-sh- I ':i';: I 1r:I(i! I III It is pleasant. All are pure. blended. j I t j
All are delicately
MRS. JOSEPHINE I tative of tie New: York Evening Poai. 1 4.!

: : i WARD DEAD. i! woo asked him as to his views in i*' if'. Ir d, I'';, It i is efficacious. All are skillfully and scientifically (ccdpocnded '

:U' + Was Related the United to Three States.Presidents cf I 0 gard! the to Democracy the outlook in for the and approaching the duty: ::?,' .IIp'I!i;!' It is not expensive.It Its value is due to our method of manufacture and to f l

f Xf-w York Oit. H.-Mrs. Josepljina! elections, former prey i .J' ;!!!!!I is good for childr. n. the originality: and simplicity of the combination. ; 1
ideal Grover Cleveland said: ;
War.!, a friend of Dally Madison! and I n''

,1 f 01 .MrJulia I). Grant, widow of Gen1oral ''I "It seems to in me that If it the cannot Democracy fail l Ii. t It is excellent for ladies. To get its beneficial effects--buy the genuine 1
is really earnest ;
'L (Grant is dead at the home of her'ila'ijhti : 1
: : .r in this She largely to increase its lepresontation'
city. was nearly ,
I..J It is convenient for busir.s
; Manufactured by
+ p ;V Mas old. ]i ia the next congress, but in order to 1
-. Ward in hr j
: youth was one cf -1 II i
It ip"'r; L' under all circumstances.I 1
t': .. !h. ':. -, r Kentucky. stant and stalwart Insistence on the I!

; ; i rev F \4'' f jI.o.i : H-r praa.lfath.-her tntnss which are recognized: by a'. : I I It '-. usby! i rcllllous: :; ; of tamales: t?:s \vjrld over. t AUFORrflA; ; { Ra" S/RlIP r: I' Lf

A i t .< mast! J," '!'. :'!":. of Newport i. to l iitrue Democratic 11<)('trues. Uiixi.1 f : j : ( I (

it !I"\ II" .;.; ; ',., war of 1'12 and > i.y tar the IUOM iniptcunt o: Ittiii', ua laxative, with lY-l1->.

'+ i':" var.> fortune to the t1! c v itb unS n-.oiai. On this! ': .., I > Vy V --
; I : I.'11f'! I.-alt', 1 nut satisfied that the' Demo "- I I' t't.t. : \: .. is i you 1 thu best laxativ. th s \voidv "

a \\* r. :r'tPd to thT racy is ia> e 10 lace with a great oppor f S.rFrancisco, Cal.

1"r I t'.1; 1 Star. =. !'fh'i tunity. All ot the :sgss:: of the times .t '. ; ; uilCt:>. I Louisville! li}'. !New York. N. Y. -

:i1 ( .: a r.,.. <, .laiTief ." 1 oint to a recognition, far ueyond Jii I j ::
I .1 i : s i' -OT J r (J'. -....1. Gi" .. .... i.f: ;" hl r'. f
jl 1 f ;. : .. .' ;' .'.-v Taylor :>TM: u-. party liut's. of the benefits whii'i I t '

would the people: by a readjustment t.l I I Ir
: ; : ) : ..:a< j-.f-- .i. r accrue to -
li ? .t. r :. I' ". hcant'hl! Dolly of the tariff and it will be : -- -- I IH

or t '. a warm fri<'nd-shi-i: worse than folly for tile party under :, 9'S:5: : n.a.r-- ; -,;, .- .
:: : ; Y' ,
atimniG.il7Ci ; ;
; _
3 or yielding ttLtaor fnr .aurae. a a5diaetiie 3a '
? ; f '; .' \'.<:'> .1! the home the stress of any temptation > y4 t! a.-

I' ':; r. 1! HllflHI'r. to any allurement to permit this

9r w ,. i '. .A' .- 'd! in 1S47 :,1 to be subordinated to or overshadowed: .

c: i tt'. V.a\! niir.nt by any other issue." Scared ('0 ... :
a' rp.
a )
pi forton
r of N< v. 01 t'!- ?::s, who died in "The present rc:>tl(?ssnf ssn Republican "It was. I think, at the Ilayn.arket I the ostrich 0.1 ilc6ea.At farm at. Coronado it : t J ?iI\ W(' urt! \! CQLUIfl. U I""?

this often that of the of
9 1" circles on subject, one most amusing" tmreheariicd takes a bale of alfalfa hay cut up and n W II .

.. '.. i amounting to protests against Republican incidents occurred says a 1'ack of barley to feed fiftythreebirds.

FLOATING OF THE: APACHE. protective theories, should warn writer In M. A. P. "The play "":IS'Iullll'O The chicks are as inquisitive asa I, ____ .

I the Democracy of the pending danger.I : and Juliet. Mrs. Scott Sid- monkey and will snap a button off

"- Steamship Not as Padly Damaged as mean by this the possibility that our dons was the Juliet of the occasion.All your coat if an opportunity offers. The i..A. JY.L..A :

c,4'' a Thought.f'n' opponents may crowd us from our p> went well until the final scene. old males are fighters and can spilt q very

i :' !FY on, ? C.. Octobc-r! 14 -TS": eition: on this subject if we allow them ,, Paris was duly slain, and Juliet lay fence boards with a kick. But when ,
k r7f. !' :lit which! stretched her bier. Jest then i 8I'C K.VJOK To VERY 4 W i "il.r OI.K.
t -t jTs Apach. wa to do a> by our lukewarmness and indifference : upon\ they get real mad they lie down and

$ '; .':i.,,a.;. ir '". 'on with the ttcanie' and to occupy our groual SOUKof the scenery caught; alight twit their necks and flap their wings I IMPORTER AND JOBBER OFHARDWARE "

' : i tt 1.: .*p! 'i'The sameonipany.. Just as we permitted thorn to crowd ns 1i01Ilt'lwbut some men from behind like a skirt dancer. Young chicks a

; ; 1.1.t V ..ors'u': ( rr.r.j off ('ummin oJ' from the ground that belonged to us extinguished: it. Juliet with commendable few weeks old are worth in the market !

P".r.!. r.: n "''u'..d! and brought frn, the question of sound money. !i presence of mind, did not ?25 each.

I ; w;' tii thi f-'". Mise; was runun "I am very much pleased with the move an eyelid, hut the corpse of Paris :

t on a -i a- j'\i'\ off East Bat deliverance of the Sew York "Democ was ni-rvoiK. He raised himself to a I ,
i' ; :No danger of consumption if younseFnley's Ir-'u. N.I''!1Axe-. :SI l 'vrI-. Siw Mill: and :Sti.,1upil t- i
.- ti :T. will ,' v. .;'. ; :uam while:: unA on the tariff is"ue, and it was fit sitting jK>*tnro. then !pot upon his;! f-e i I '
f racy u"'l t fad the The d.nijeri'l'd I Honey and Tar to cute ; > <(<. ""frliiir aLI d He.I'M' : -tiivi-, Pill': -
: I:' !' OI:{ : :J '". that the Empire stale f-tafjc. i,
p and proper ; tint stubborn cough.V.. A. D'Al- A i ;I- w (H.l--. lIIJ-, Pl-f-.f ,111J H-l.llur/; : f u'''
b 1 its W"\,1. his returnrl.
: I" I
I. i. ."t." I ." t1." r '.\ <;p-i-; Thn't uld sound the right: note. It is nulf&r ; courage
5- '
t .'.1-.. : A;, lib- .. ". t 0) .- In-'v. " ( conviction, t .at the best assu- : .t::I' :1.l, "-flee was afforded t1l,1 I emberte.121-- -i-:'. -Palafox.'G --. -- A tHl' U?;iti Tinware mid i11OliSe1 11rlllallllt't: .
,ry a t a"I; :"''r-.'''i. 1'1... 1 ,:o :;: [Ii..t- ;:_' spit-t.ii-le 1 nf a canoe i-rawlin! ; i I i.t;. >t.iti'i I'f...
for the Democracyin
b :K i/ r }1. r s..!> .' '.. 1.." :!." 5:.''a "' I'!-' 1- am the f next success national campaign wilt i etoini'l i"i2: the * from the wings;: to take I -t ,I'l'I t.. i .it tin', '.> o< : ,', l.'iP; Will i i IAGEFOIL! BIKMINUHAM: BULLING MILL i ( \ \ 1''lltji

t ',. .1! IKO'w.Ui : up the prujier position for the final curt -'. : oJ :' ill'I 1"1'" ; :' !,.!'Itof .Vntw-vad:! K'AtnUiai't Stitched Beltn ir, Nnrtham;" rI
: ,, : oinc': 'n i t't' :: at.lf \ in a sincer.and unremitting in- I \\ .
ei! Co
Liftin & Rind Powa Co., Jo ,
th"l i un. It was too tremendous an anti- \1.\" i i'i: 11', -A--; ,i- prt.: "I t !" :.lomuKI. -
i i1'r th" : 1II 'l fit on stance upon oU time: doctrine of a -'h! -. i--: Kiiii.'and Buck :';uve-and Ki. \ >
1 '. .'that the vcs.lV\; the: tragedy of the play, auj :. N i 1 '<> I r .'t !l' :>u .I'd ai tbfK .
f rr: p. IT : fair: and beneficent readjustment. Thisinsistence ( ft l'- n'I'Hide Luce Leather. :>. .
"' '.ffi'! the Louse; was imply convulsed" :.'.. ... !'t1V': K'et v; ..U'-. I :M 1
: r ran >" 1 I..r 1 uii should IM from now on. 'ie Color4.

t t. t 4.i+ 1 t':.. r.t r ,:t' ;rl Tni'i'! li'-r i t'l It need hardly he said that the suecesstill : 'Jont"rll unil lhuion. --- MaSOlt1 r (' Temple 3& pell':ltrtila, Fhttin
'I & pr()! J. 1 i N' v Y vit: for P' t ltaa'ntrepairs. of :)pmiitlilull Grndnate
: depends upon presentation tariff Ever since the days of that floral ... .,, -- ----
Then :an lime *! i i ;.rl;:lulI'I in t'i--
present i r;

.. Bigamist Adams Sent Up.o1111nhit. truly termed desired veterans by in those the party who but may also be have to known the intliu that net flowers of drills are susceptible and: can ,..vhoutli. v ere !11.'I11I"I'! .; of t'.e! .I I'iv t, IOYAL! STAND1KD \1VIIiShs\ t\ ;s

brine Iir.iiiuitie thi'i in I'1! _
\ : :S C., ck-t. 14.-J. II. A,' "
commending! itself to the hosts of the be made to chan::f their colors by :"
ama G antiIIr'JIuaj't Kirk! La Suel'i.1o:'' .
I ib ', 'on\l't..d! l of bigamy In Hampton. ; ;
of these await the opportunity to espouse _
This branch of floriculture has been n
nalist. and Iiireti-t.! :I' !
: ; where he married a widow manager:
3 r
tiiidl| !
i a cause which must appeal it pursued further by inquiring pi-ople,
of tvtllera family. Adams fled before ; Stani.-lau.s, Stance, actor last an 1 i i. ISKE1' i i- distilled :!t tl. I
1. disinterested\ love of country and and it seems that plants are as liable l.rettl-t. fiaiii.a.DANGER : and i N tlI i .\ !
1' trial: but was captured an.i They are very warm Iery. fully 111;a r' i :
I which Is based upon thoughtful regard to the effects of iioisons as are human --- ---- b..f..r-'blttlin r. It i absolutely [ ur- .i.f: ", ,' ef

4, brourht to hear sentence his attarii'i' of all!! people and the safety 0: l beings.: If you PXLa llowf-r too uu-.hchloroforni ,IN FALL COLDS. ; 'd/.I! 1 pi quality by any Whiskey of t'1' ,I'1'

( TI.-\- ha'injlJt.atled guilty in his abhiM the institutions under\ which we live it will not agree with it. "11 I matter where prod'uced. The I K.J rt :. :
d .f l't HI''as sentenced to twj: Fall cold* are liable to han;t "n sill! \ ,, ,
l '10 these young men no hope is offered In the words of the "!,t'fllt"r. "it droops \ u. -tit VHarold when bottled and, "II-If
la ; \cit-. in tl..' penitentiary and to pay for the realization of their pa. and die s." It is difficult i y ,MI' 1 Ir.'. l.Kiis'!; lawful wife, hears th'ad\aiitaj.,> of this nia bronchitis or coasumpti'in.ley's ,. II t >.. 't''irk*-t :at that 1ietc'. Aa bt-vi.rai.Hi'liiiely .< ,
triotic aspirations except through the particular Itl1.1y.E.
,- !his; In Carolina had .. I Honey and Tar cure! ql'kl! ; ',1 pure stiuiulaut, there iIH.I,. I II' -
cry Liiows that d\\Yer be
s can
of the Democratic
conscientious endeavors and prFveitteriou'
I resultIt I I- : ,n d in caecontainiiiK'! no m.irkwt: :
.il 11,1": tl I .. Killed! : jar too .l ly. If < scientific \ .
ou ,
ea> -
old and
4.1t :I I party. reliable, tried and tf -u- inrt ,' coiitenta. If puictiu--r. upon 1\
ti d' -- "I am at a .lOSS to understand- oy lit r-1Il i woiilu und a way of causing;: safe: :anti s.urt-. contain- no ":'. It..,. .- ,_i th w'' i-kt.y, is not -ati-fied with ti.-! 'I\

North Carolina! Baptists. what process of reasoning the notion them in all tliecir round iu and wIll' not coutipatf.V.. A. t cai i ,'; un the -ame at our txpen.e a : .
::4' f : K.i'h.! N I' et. 14.-A report slur rI Inite:! Ui.t: would bi somethingof D'Alemberte. S. Paiafrlx.Curse: + t:: will hirefunded..
in certain
has !paiii.-d! a footing
on 1:1 i; ': No '' Carolina sl-! <'n\ < a "jivi'veryle: ,i M-I..utiflc. pirhaps :\1 li! olderImiild! be accon.j; HI. I 1 1I Incv.
thrtt o.'ratic GlIartt r,;, n t or'.y!: that no 1mmance .
i r tint rTv :i if' >'-st-*' 'n) are r'n' l>u: ir.ili: wore aec'ptable.-I.uudu.l :IGH T.EARS OLD rurr' jio-toffce: ft. 11ev"rl. In : r. : 1
.Fly 1tIe : t :'.. are li..UIIO: m:1 '.. attEt-iu-s to a Democratic ascendency Tail.. .f fe- a pr'..- ii iiiey fln.I, .r. WH rft r t.i /hi'- ?

t '' :in the r-xt house of representatives __n_ ___ c.1r AR Hall\! (' .lilY, ui"ichitiit m Peii.itLol.i.!.
t jt $ _ but even that it might hIaoJ.ntac'olls > Oh11gina.t DOyAL

L e Pole Infcrmed of Plot! : to party prospects :In _t :1 i ails;rIle \'. iu-iv a prit-st was a 3. A. FRIEDMAN

i'" .. PH.'.:i" -' i. .!...I:; '. Xt.' :,.- \ l'4: for it to continue in its present gu'.t :i joi'.ii-, \\'''UlanIllt a rol:>u<>,. or (:.j ,

I I '\ ( i\.r ; :r"Ult'fthe: \ jxihc" mummy now. Political! warfare ouuiit B..U| ym.e did! mu't of the cnter- I
to IK regarded as! continuous and if ), il' SOLE. I'KOJ-KIKTOB. PEXSACHI.A. IHI i
' that a I"| II f.nit to blow up the t.i.i.ii., :':. : ;:t' \vu- \ r.pruud of her
a of the 'i1P results lutsled! for are worth hay !!.-..'dnpdish mt'iiS and lit r uaibical iiluc.iticii. -
:iPy 'r. siil"! I' 1''t'r!
't ; DRINKi'i'1FI I ; f I1 O BOX 4IH. 11.1.1.I'llffl '
Py i .il .., i Hun uri; ;'iar'.iiii: by placing ' ins at all they ate worthy of our best ; She sane t. dine in German

1 L' bomb nt-ath his: < hair the d.-t't'ti\ efforts: at all times and under all cir- It.ihu'i., Freiu-h and English.Ykeu;: ,.. ...H.. ... ,,
4 *. has ourcanc Constant vigilance an,I HIit'll' ;ifari'd to have exhausted herripirloty e..A ..RIanMANo -
forcer. at the house eni.
duty ''
. HYI [ !::'iidle f'Vforcl:1"- of L, :
relenting attack are essential 'n and the
{ mmpaijy prcstntwere
J" < r'a-l'd. bulk or battle wholesale or raisin!
i irtl i i"hT victory. Armies are captured by first filing for a change! in the pro I WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.: 1.11 a; i way down. ,

%.. .-..1 in the cl her "
: man -
They longer |> driving the outposts."I gramme. M'tj paid some
; s" t'tt.' .V. .t r ( ?., '.' .", .. :... AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BUR,
Bhe rnnantcnlly-\Vhnt! ) would\ yon cannot believe that the bright coiupliuientri and added; u alrtr.-r. ,,,:r.. .I ,".1I.t !I"

1' l do if we should meet In the hereafter? prospects of the Democracy in the "Wh .. Miss Jones. 1 think you could WbltfKihlmn IO'm"d111 >urfnr tlrt.o

t II(' lej'.nu'Mlyi-IM !:II throtuh! tire : present canwiaign! are to bp marred I// siiit; :ulln1 l1itllm." the di! fa-"o nppHtitr for alcoholicfin .-

t ,1; rf for yi>u.-Pitt-i.-rs: l're-. any lack of hard work and strenuous "I really don't know it." respondedthe inehr'ftti'lants. htlier, a "tippler.the Diiiient" social is a drink.conlirni-i r ir The Star Laundry

1 t hting." obliging young woman "but if the drunkard ImpoMhle anvor.e lo have HM ,
: music is here I'll try it."-Xovv York app"tit, <> for alcoholic liquors after j-u.g
t} SPEH M"R: rimsiooo while tt'hJoul\l'lI1l'dv.. .

r W. lv. B'ikt'r, of P'.ainvie: *. Xeb., PRESSMEN'S STRIKE SETTLED. Tiru' s.I'itlll. Inil T- tl by l MeiiilxTs ofV.. r T I' Biggest Busiest Best !
:'Ir.1"Iorl' ore ii uorlntDl of Wom ,
wllt")1:.- wf suffered from sense in blot kheads, honesty In \n' \'brl'lIlIn Temperance I'niou V-n-
Demands of Nearly 2,000 EmployeesAre tams ilifrirnia.. wntfj: "I have
i ) lUll:! tr'uhlo fr fifteen \'p'IN. Sh.. : rozucs.peak well everybody, and '\'lute1llh"n Remedy on vrrv o'ntinatf
tried :t hnu:I"r of doeti-r- and -!!nut i iI Granted. your fortune is as good as made. drunkard-, and the cure* hart ln-t-n in'iiiy.
XP'.V Oct 14. A settlement In n104t cniff K<*mc'l\ "itj itn .!..
H over fl'iot wlth'ut relief. :M*> bp- York. DeaumarcLais.CANCK.K
crctly. I cbftrfully r. MMITInrt.! a.d
1 f J g oinie very low anti lo-t all hl\\". A was reached early today of the strikeof -.. White Kjhtiun i:>--mnl\( Mfmt-r m-'.four They Speak
; friend recommended Foley's Honey union Kossmen and press feedersemployed I'linn arndcligh'-d, 't> Cal an -"MMmual I -
critKI HV IHjOOlIiM ircatmeui to aid u. in our It IIII"r-
eatj ; in the big job printing anc work."
houses of the city.It Lru.gitsorby glad! Ji. Trial jmckaac _
}fiy11ettPr health: thin she h.t" All kin and 1\1",11 Pi-oaso Cured.
gee h> ruing Mrs. A. M r r 4 for Ihefflsel\es -
I Townsend for
Is understood that the demandsof
1 t known in ten yearRefuse ,ub-ti Mr*. M. L. Ad im. Fredouia, Ala., of 1 ( 2J'Va
:Irate*. \\'. A.I'Aleub.-rte, li'l :-'. the strikers who numbered nearly years secretary a Christ.
took Uitauic Blood Balm which effectually ian Temperance Union 218 Tremont
il.ifox ?tr..t.Uedlc.1 .'-UH., were granted in regard to an
It I 1 cured an eating cancer of I 15t., Boston, Mass : Increase in but
1 wages, that non-union 1 Hros.. -t s I'alafot
: :Society Attention.There men noat work will be retained andgiven the no"p and face. The -0"..< healedup i aul perfectly. Many doctor. |had n.einaelFe'j. will ti ,
an opportunity of joining the ; They .
Till ba a regular meeting cf \ !huudrpd
triveu up her case as \1"p..lo-.s. :
t union. tin! we can. We want toO '
1 i he Peun.icoki Medical Society a\ of cae- of cancer eating EST FOR THEBOWELS
t + the Board of Health office at sores: suppprating: swellings: etc.. b, T,' r" more by th.' work we d > '

4f o clock p.m. Tuesday Oct 28.! Orders Telephones Disinfected.; have been cared by Blood Balm.: i -2' what we ".t.\'.

gilts ; Visiting physicians are cordially ,, New York Oct 14.-In order to Amorg others, )lr". B. M. Guerney.

r l ( Invited to attend. ': make certain that disease shall not lo Warrior Stand, Ala. Her noc and .

-t i I J Dii.\V. C. DEWEERY, I transmitted by means of telephones. lip were raw a'l beef, with offensive It 1"11 Siaren't, a reeulir., hei',tt% ITpmi. nt or Ih ALL WORK c. o. D. MI s Called for cud Delimu: F :: x
da i-i.
President bow if II
i i di-charge! from the eating sore. ry y ..JM Krrp, yi II
I Homer _
i Commissioner Polices of tha 'I bow :>: j. ti tl .t..<>
DR. I- DEM. P.LOCKEK Doctors advl-ed cutting, but it k-ntphr. 'q' it ,,,, ur 'tr
nt 't:25 ttfI SIcreta rr. i charities department of Greater New failed. Blood Balm healed the F.ra" ;:clean. In. : York has issued an order that all telephones
sore and Mr*. Guerney iz as
-- - -- CANDY
used by employees must be well as ever. Botanic Blood Balm WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
011l'i i disinfected every week. The mouthpiece also cures eczema, itching humors, _
have been authorized to take and scale bone ulcers --- -
is to be unscrewed and scrubbed: scabs pains --

1 f =,ub'criptions" forVm, Jennings : clean then immersed for a few moments offensive pimples blood poison carbuncles

.t I ; Bryau'a paper "The Commoner. ,, in an antiseptic baih. scrofula, rising and bumpson W. B. WRIGHT GOfflPflUY,
1 The price is $1.00 per year in ad- ,, the skin and all blood troubles.
iii vance. Those desiring! the paper Druggists; i (1 per large bottle
can have: it sent to them by seeding i I Released on $1,000 Bond. tjample: of Botanic Blood Balm free I MANUFACTCBERS AND DEALERS IS
t $1.110to the undersizned. I Eutte Mont, Oct 14.-Editor J. and prepaid by writing Blood Balm i }

# H. M. ROCHE. i E. 1'fIIt'y.'ho is <<.hargMith the Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble LATHS
l Care Daily :Sews I shooting of Dr. Cayley. has been 19- and special medical! advice sent in JEM LIKE CANDY LUMBER, ,
'I'Iu.ant. P.UtaMe Potent Tate Vxx1. Ito Goo4
H sealed letter. It is worth
t leased on $1.553 boJ. !. Kelley SUP Fever sicken V.' j. unpi10, and M cecuprr
I while investigating such a remarkable box. \\rI'e fur true .mple, and buvUtl t)a i WPENHACOLA
l SHINGLES41iB-13ri(
; i Refrigeratorslieltav'eaS rendered here Friday. i remedy as Blood Balm cures teslth. Ad.lrm EZIIDV CM PUT, tBirico stw TOKI.IImnmo SAf ED CYPRESS

1J. I few left it'hich we will sell I Dr. Cayley's condition was declared ,the most awful worst and most :. .
t to bo precarious last night. deep-seated blood diseases. KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN ,
# I at cost. Marston $ Qitina. I I

1itz I i







Fred VivraitK .

Engineers Notify Him That Road Must: General Fred Grant Talks of Condii

So. 228 Territorial Street Benton Harbor Mich. Pay Them by Mileage. tions In the Island.

Augusta Ga., Oct. 14.-The Georgia San Ftan<.'1sco, Oct. 14.-Speaking '

ceased to give my hers, as are their ambitions, railroad engineers, claiming to have of conditions om the Island of Samar, I x'

1.1 a'uci WtIi Wine of triumphs and defeats. the support of engineers on 9,000 miles General Fred Grant, who has Just rio

11r: i! I .un Very grateful Healthy women do not suffer I I ot railway in this section, have given turned from the Philippines said in
miscarriage nor does
fits b After my first woman who is I public notice that if a petition by them an Interview: i t,
ifborn I could not a healthy
'' for mileage scale, instead ofper "Samar is enjoying the first period j jcf
t.;y my strength r suffer tortures at childbirth. ages f :-.: .
,-gna meMunich It is the woman who is ail diem is not granted by Oct. ::;? peace that It has ever known, and :
f : the doctor h* considered gave ing-who has female weakness they will strike, intimating that the I am entirely satisfied that the inhabitants for Infants and Children. sThe

lt" : _..tor. but instead of -who fears the ordeal engineers on connecting roads will go of the Island will not: attemptto )
vffV of Lecomingamother.Wine KIWI You Have Always Bought has borne the signature ,, )
Ct..f I weaker with them if make
grew t{(essary. any further trouble for our
Stlid My husband of CarJai luilds up the womanly of ('ha... II. Fletcher, and lias boon made under his I
< The discussion between General government Now, that they have
:; onetveningwith rnrotft. in a woman. It stops I personal aupersiriolt for over 30 't'ar'Uow no onn i I E
U nme. all unnatural drains and Manager Scott and the engineers of been forced by the stress of military
.. and in-
Cardut to deeeivo Imitations and
r of in this. Counterfeits, t
.l.* the Georgia railroad has reached the operations to hostilities the :you i
5:'!: I it for a week and see : &tra.lIIs-irregularities which are responsible cease natives I
53',d !"-.Juke do f or me. As he seemed I for barrenness and miscarriage. acute stage Mr. Scott has been askedby for the most part seem absolutely "JiM-as-good" are but Il\periuients and endanger tho 4 I
: ;
";;'I It ;much faith ia it I did t.1kt: the It makes a woman strong and the committee of engineers. Assist. contented with the new order: health of Children-Experience against llxperinient.

1 IQ v-ia and was very grateful to find healthy and able to pass through pregnancy ant Chief Youngson, of the Brotherhood of things. '
:: In and childbirth with little sufferin The Kind You Have Bought I'
::cgty! slowly returning. two of Locomotive Fremen to pay When I first went to Samar it wasa Always
of bed and in a month I ?. After the ordeal is passed the
ae3; i v.1S>>ut the engineers" and firemen on the Geor. case of fight our way everywhereand J
uk, up my usual duties. I Wine prepares a woman for a speedy Bears the Signature of '
:}.:t IC'rrthtb/astiC in its pra. st." recovery to health and activity. 3ia\ road on the basis of mileage instead protect yourself while so doing.A t;

13 { i HnoOijthenollestdutyL.i Wine of Cardui, in re-inforcing the of by the run and to reinstatethe soldier could not venture much out (

,-rt l Privilege! women organs of generation has made mothers seven engineers constituting the of hailing distance of even the conquered '

m\ \ ora
,,' M Icpe women donut ever becoming mothers. Wine of Cardui and kilk by savage natives. Now an ,
n lite-too often they will cure almost any case of barrenness :Mr. Srott having stated that it American can go anywhere and go u'
r world discontented, except cases of organic trouble. How \
r I. ; ir own st-lfish cares can you refuse to take such a remedythat would require investigation, and that unarmed. The Moros of course, will In Use For Over 30 Years. I ; ;
li..w. different is the promises such relief from suffering? he could not give an answer in less commit acts of depredation now an I""

r, hint! her children Wine of Cardui simply makes you a than tn days' time, Assistant Young again! but it needs only a strong police w __ 'Mr cr."P COM.P .. r MVf.r.Prfr,- WIW.OPP-rrr ... _..-ft ,I tDR.

i and womanhood. strong woman and btrong, healthy son said they were perfectly willing to force to hold them in check. A f' f.'.

> :any lives as she Las women do not suffer. 'l'heylook for wait tn says, but would expect an little trouble may also be txpeete- MOFFETT'S Cures C&ciera-lnfandim( Ii Im

i and sorrows are ward to motherhood with joy.Ij3EofCARDVi answer then and \\onld be prepared fiom the natives of the Sulu groin / -- j Diarrhoea.Dysentery i: f

to a.. t en Oct. 23 for themselves :If who are more i ismorant than those t. the Bow'd Troubles of Ii ;

A million suffering women hi.i.i. ply was not favoraWe. the other inlands." I k7DMAf. ChHdrnofAnyAge. t ;, I .1

\\ Lave Wine found of Cardui.relief in I i ',!Ir. said he was quite General Grant: raid! a liigh trio r' i ',.vi! 8 ;. (TEETHING POWDERS] Aids Me DiK-'ion.I"wtls.: Strengthens Regulate I j( I" .
I I anxi: ..IIS: tar their position not to neo to the services! in checking the c'i" V ASApII I :
the t hiid and Makes
< : t'ti.'l 1 as a threat. He said! ho! : era epidemic! rendered by Sure* or-! ly n' Costs Onlj 25 cents at Orpnn tq, : t.LTrl ING; EASY. :

1'' vi-r favored 1 strikes and didn't antic. Reno Pinto C<- Kraft and Stockda! ;;yJOr milt ':, tint; to C J. MCFF'EYT, M. D. fT. LOUIS VO.i I t t.i I !
I Ire' Row." I Suspended FrOM Paard of Trad II'; that there would be a strJU:: mrexpn''TtissebexALL.Iut U't 11 t n "h.1. <.Ihe.hadmu,1 I'.ulilcheyoa! .

\ 1-: I r I. ,1"1..1..1.
.' .' i-, ,! on luii'i.litI:4ei': :I: 111' tn! > commission: < I.:3 if the reply of General ManaV it, r n' 4)P r d 1 I I ) I t 1 r. i. i l..i.i n{'tarnedtel. I f. I'
'i :S'xtlour'h I I firm of "'ait.' A- Tliorinirn has lnvn "r Scott is not in accordance with Three Are Killed and Three Fatally .. r, t..r. I'1. .'.>.''. : I.l :!.U.Ul'1'i\ \ I' I. .. It t., rTu l.\Ia.1r. ;r. 1

.. ." I ___ _.___.uu_ .u ._ "
i. i :r 1. ii fl'' urn of the their demands. Injured in a Mine. -

.1 I h I.-1! (.1 :.: '.> fr ,n I.' >ear. The ens- I !:Pp'r-'r! !HI.. Ot t. t.-Three me-j'' (I /!'., n l. ...-. E;& ;

:, .f 1 i" t, !N t'i, I'r; :.4i'iwth' of a recent COL. WILEY LEAVES:: FIRST.i i I were Mil.: 4. tl I.'e tata'ly!'! and otl!'-, S & ;. 1.I f-i1 I

i MI m ,i'. in ? 1 1.I, oj the members oil I I'seriously! .pjuioil! in an explosion .., $* SafcZUW4 vet M S *? B? 'W ;! :=* fins' PWK e y

: fv: ti.! iii! uf T1 ::1':s. dates & Co. say ', Tenders Resignation as Commander Victor minI: Pawnee, 18 mile fioui' :;:
:: ,. MI-' ; i io-t !luavilv.: !. It is charged that !! of Regiment to Governor. here.. The dead : .. : .
\\ ., I I'm: lain"ir-d Harris. Gates & l'.1|I Savaui.ah. Ga, Oc t. 14.-At a meet \\". V. Overcaj-h. inple.! THIS WIXl'KK' THAN KVK IT.US! .

his ,...a..I' : to i un hale:: I.:'Il ,all t() bushels of rom in; 01 the o35< ,-is of the First regi-i. Michael Yorja an: ;;ic'. i

t'l. for him when that r.-r'al was quotedat I' n.t'iit infantry last night, Colonel! T. Frark Ii"-. US YOUR ORpERS NCiAl. 11; J Ix

fS! conts. H.oi the delivery th'1 I S.1 If'y. Jr announced that lu ha-1 The ir5"! !' ,,1' :
price had fallen aril it was (claimed j i forwaiiuti; to the governor his reag-' Peter 0.i t nhim Pnrke, C''l'rf i Thompson Olscn & Ga" f I
,itl.'Cted lif" is in ,
Mr. Tliurbnrn, old I' Work '. John Di William I Ji
w not make up th-l nation of his commission, with the r. ) K. Sparlin-
iirberuethy, the I diff.' |I IFolt'v's .1.I.J1'1Pid! Peter Cororich, Jt< | "' ; I
rfiK'o j I iue-t that he be placed upon the roll ; rom' I..c Jlfanresa Street, Tele f hone. 1- : t
/:,y-iciji). Foley's i I lfon y: -ulld Tar curecou '? 'I I of retired officers in, the state service. Sixi-lp, Thomas, King Joseph Butner.Thc'raa : |. : = 1. i

;'," round ki-Jn"}'s. ,l !;hs and cold* and prevent t>neu-1 I The information was a complete King. ESTABLISHED: t

.r. I li'l I-;. l'al.d" i moni r. Take !)<. substitutes.V.. A'I]I: surprise to the officers who dU not The eiloion! occurred Just befc.-1 1 1. i ir
l'Alpilerte, 121! S. 1'alafox.!
1< Know that Colonel Wiley had even the day for? of 190 men went off duty

1I I I been considering such a step. The re- nnJ was ranged by too much: pOW I! rin McKENZIE OERTING & CO..

,""" ,-- __ ,..... ., ,:.-..; I Bret of all was expressed. Ills action a blili:. the cor.cussion! causing coal
: ':' '. :;I:5 "lL ::a..II : .- I CI -DIALERS: : IN --0 i I
'S' '",, ,::,::, '::'::" !
r' m |: resulted! from the demands made upon dt'-t to explode.: Some idea of the
( !
I his time by his businf'Ss.I fee o5 the explosion! may be learnc'.l 'a
and General r
H TWENTY WOSDSH f I :I ColllnfIrill'v! has been in tonimani fic-n the fart tat: all those killed and. Ship Gbandleyesot ,

H:\ I: of the regiment for about 18 months. jail ed were pl-out 4.( fiO feet from AND 805 S. P ALA FOX SIHI tr. : );
hax'ine served a year as lieutenant toill'1". : (' lore the shot was fir. d. I I

I\, : -- .- :: iTWENTY (:) ,, f'oluiiel! prior to his election as colonel. Isaacs vas hurled against the enrvf.i'A w------w AGENG'Y.. .i. ..

Me/ was formerly a captain of the Say : wit siir-h force that his luad waniaiel -- i REVERE COPPER COMPANY.JOHN: : A. ROEBLINO'S HONS co.';; t
1, ? ;! be\nnd recognition.It i I ,
;; vannah Volunteei Guards and during
f3TOIT. [ ) ': thi Spanish-American war he was a is is-'rtod: that Overca! wiwrth CUUS licit ii f3Jtl.! aHa! h+tlc1 I Is1 trcit2: : nnt:, Sisisn.: U st! J .

n.jor| in lia's: immnnes.It $.O /llIO. and had no'v.! .-. I ('rMt'M1 M. Irj". ti1 f..' i !
i"'I" .probable that Lieutenant !I"! l>al 1 !>cn: in town but a few tia'. .-. '
C. MciCanzia Darting Cullrjct.iu' A,oiit fir P,:'tr Ptlnt4' Itnnevolent ASEO 1catinn. I +
((1 Arthus Gordon will be elected to 1 .
k. : iiinniiit inv. -1 in; ti-; DAILY NEWS:: : OnOut: a i'IIt'N'.1 Colonel Wiley.! Colonel Gord FATAL CXPLOSICN OF BOM3. : I II

I. I ":mi "{'!-II hinmWMiulirful: reiultTiitre is iui > in N a !son of General W. W. Gordon. :
II. i i.; the lienten- Boy instantly Killed and Several Persons I THE GARDEN SECTION .
: probably youngest 4
"J 'r UI..jj'l111' :lit t!, tfit'! fllr rr tliziilg) a Wlllt t
', ari nlol1"1 1 in the state possibly in 'I Seriously Injured. I
"; :I -" 1.lullIlI-. rt INeountry.. and! as colonel at 'JO! ho \..a YOI':' Oct 14.-By the bnrtnnf : oOZ'i i!

will: pniiulily: enjoy the distinction of I a 1-oni'It; a I Iny has "lieen instant1.! '

HAVE YOU A WANT ? ,et a ': IK !inz the yottnsfst officer ot that ran I'i I'.ied.: and throe 1I'l''fms"Pr... .<-. r.. ZFensaoola. .F1oridall ;' ; !' i

i i in the UniU.l States. onsh inj"roi] The accident grew "";" : II
u -- i .if thlC"' I It .ration of the feast of S- Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus i

tC i i PETTIT'S PECULIAR DEATH. S.hatiian.:: : which; took place in th' : L
A,1 f Jtoriety IVanted Italian! Mj'ury in the H.onx. The f .
: J. 1'"d.. Wallttd.r I Beautiful Lots for Sale.
I Opinion
Drops Dead While Trying to Stop a dod: : i ;
C'1 f partner 1Vanted. I' Fight I Mich.i: l Pa>-o.'! 7; years old.

n 't : \\:11 : d. Quitters \\'aatpd. I Adalisville. Ga., Ort. 11.-Eight Injiir 'I! : 40x137 feet at from :$75:> to $200 each, accord- i 1 I';

.: i I''"' r W cited' RuU'alltf'd.. .: miles from here Ben F. t'f>Uit. about II Cl'apclo.' 30 years old, N!':. I ing to location and surroundings. i

I 'h.1 Walltt \ I
1;, ;; :I'. r WUitf'd. Team \Vautp,1. !I rin'umstam-es. I i Inca 23 year old. contusions: Leonard Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View I i

H. \\.Illted. UllinllUlf'lI Wauted, Ii Oscar Shaw, a negro and his wife : I acaFi.! 40 yeirs old. right: anllI'Ts'tlr.I. I' High, lire Fertile Lands. I'

lived! at IMtit's and. It is prt'SumM.1 :i, a>'1 many contusions.
.rWantt d.
t I < Vehicles 1Vdnted. -' ; f
the did Pettit's The eti : ion ot'curred just after i'
woman ; r rI
1 Wantl.d. l'
.I Win" 1Varted.t The grandest opportunity for investment l
,. I It a-t, they were at Pettit's home when I the disl'am'ing! ; of a parade in which ever
k ; (r \\'antl.d. Xlu.ri"lIce"alltf'd, '.. j: a disagreement! between the negro :2.Aftft p(>rei{)ns participated. Italians I offered in Pensacola. : l J

t 1 11'n'ted.' Vnu'rt' wanted: to have [it 1 I ana his wife arose and Oscar proceedj I j I who saw the havoc wWch hail resulte % II :' k

1vl \1' IIlt,1., Z.I euouh to place a !: til to trive her a Rood whipping. I were in a frenzy of excitement. They Borne Seekers_Should_ See: These Lots

'roi 1' The noise attracted J Pettifs nii-hed al-DMt the streets spreadir.i!

!1 ,, tion. and} he ran into the room atteo'l)I the story of the boy's death and tin1crowd i T : ,. I IRs
A. Cl"'ub''s 1
i no I was in pmt n'ss. Just as horiachtil I inrr/'a nt Police! reserves wm- : : V : j:

l i !jl r : III SE IAl HtTE\ E;j I the room he fell dead. Th-1 were called to retoi order I J > : ,,
: Ui f n. IUIQ GLLUII1flU INiHiH I
; Corner Garden and Alwmz Streets. t
Iii WEEK OR '." I n> uro: became frightened and made= I: ; L I If, .
( I hs: iM-ape He was. however captured NW:: MOVE Or MORGAN. ; !I. !"' '

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: T.'. .rr .TIT. ,. i i i two miles from here and is now in K.C. BRENT WM. II KNOWLKH. W. K. H't.t: IK.. J. H, KEESfiViet : I :
'. .' ._
;.;:, .::..:. ;:;.;;.; ,;;,:;, .'w=. : i .
1 the hands! of the: "facers. It Is not the I Magnate Charged With Endeavoringto II t'rasldent. 1'r-tdent Cr.- ul..r. .us't L'asblei j ; :'f

I II lirst time the negro has been :nir'nble Cor.trol Port of London.
: -C-\. I.. I 1,0.1.'. t i New Yor.. O 14. .1. P. Morgan ., .
: <-t. ; ,
,- !, Pcttit was one of Bartow's pioneer I I.tir. I nt.w ('bar d;! wth' en ''oring to eontrol ;, ,1flfl1J BationaOF Ban'' j J L
'1. KlitflMi' 'r I ah"! I ,,
I ":1lhrrf I '
ejcu'l.i--" with chain and
( ;)
.'til K. l.iimlmni, Hi.olli.,-'!. i lj liMirpiu& ""II'h.two'r. \ will ph''.Utsrn"dL iumis. and was well thought of the port of London. sable! th--1 I, !
at !
"i'u bUll linn.tiprovKl 1 II aToll highly resjieeted by his neighbors. I l.ondoaorresf ondent of The Tribune I
1.11I. i II I- His death is attributed to heart disI The names of J. P. Morgan & C') I| 1 I
HA in <. o< n>.-.. j jj 1
I. .. I ease.: and ih" \tLll1llTranSIrt/ company; : PENSACOLA..TLA. ; ;
I I. l..IiNi ) I
i j \fK<*. 84KAU HEiKVIManufacturer'' apjH-ar unions; the list of signatur i'; : i
!I.i i and dexter in Lair Goods, llaia. loilet i]: :.tion to the lord DX: ::R 'o'rOI"1 ,
to mayor
I' To Try For New Record. r''q'i j
\ : real ee- Vruoien Hair 011. "10., S.'v W. Uoverumeutitrext. > i ( II' i
i tinnunta !I..w I ';I Mi'mphis. Oct. 14.-Dan Patch which has result i in the calling! ota WM. H. KN \VLES. W. A. riL\l1l''T. F. C. BKEM ,'. K. UYKh. JLD. i .

tUJox!I.'"-n.i HI.:to;.,Brooks l'l.b..r I 1 .V"! |. will try to heat his record l t Mani-ii'n: lio'--i: nvetTns for the ii- i; Q. :UIKdr \'!' /i jl I ;j

Snits UO'1'I. : of Star Pointer which stan.lsI I pos of lit:.,'-nng: the best mans ot I : '

--- I j!i as the fastest mile ever made in har- bringing' !; london 'lo/-ks up to dat-. J '
,. KLOWKUS: and floral ''fI n Ptte t'i Ett h frtA :
pUT Ut-elgnj-I I Pi qj'
ou nci-o you mony"H'li.'unt want U i"p.-cui I eslgn! orUrrt-il for cu-touirt- i': ness over the local track on Oct. 2... This' : i is regard! \ 1 by K.>me of the nv t i. : & :
'J J.d ) i'5 I
I t tad 1I>'II".t ralks I Vlli VIOI..U" Mort-no. S2tV ml Urrgory, '' The !paring I'hamlinnVa: ;; originally.ehcduled : palwrs a: a suspicious step on the )o, Q :
P0114' ..
"r.. niprovcd.114W 8outu city I' real- j I j I II' to go against! the record part of the -aippiug; combination and _

'; '. Ort 2S. and the new lute has jut i I.ondore-s: are seriously urged to take ..;.7 We w our O-L Ki.'lc of Kxcriuuge! of. Orfat Brt afn. Jts.p6! ;

I'I'1'.1.: In live, liimlmg '\,'i>n agreed 1 upon hy Murray Howe I care brat the meeting does not gtv German FrinciAuirU, Italy, Holland: rfau; Sol!{iurc, Ra3la, ld ; j
i ". fKU.iU..' Jo\: our line Mr. Morgan control over the port cr
of the local association! and
set rctary I tdweinn Denmark and other Eir peai coclt.i&I3, I
i \I.i pr'per ty. pr.e ,i ot tinux'tiira: lifeminifl.'i; iu I.'. per Week way i
or veil real l ray .s-1 \ niudr. Apply to Aura or supply i flynn Mcllenry, trainer and driver I the capital of the British empire -- ---- fI t
'u ,I.crl tlon. blt'uI..X' Nil 'lllal:: JllU-UdrliCUt 51 rrr1. |l'>v> \1'0.// of Dan I'atch. .t" Vp04ijel' Oi barse4: upon the Koet Favorable Terms Red theft I! iI i i ''

('."Watson.u'u.Jpd A, II U'AXTKIi': ; :Men-to-learn barber trmJe. Cessation: cf Hostilities! :(, : Proposed. I Ohligatlon3'faken' Payable at Pen o* negtjpatlfiL Ten cr yifteer Days i:! r j

", e agents. i euia. prHoticv, quilitit t.-,,, Steamer Fcunders in Storm. Port an Plince. Oct H.-\ctll'r 'mI after V;o8ill. \rr> yes 'ere' __ I ? il'iailoty i
I j I ,
more in butt
rtle To eceryont experience tune than ---- --
I u "'I1I..nd onfor .I el., uuerr... tools Ktrril, Iwuirtl lllclud"J.i i Ashtab'tla. 0.. Oct. 14.-The wooden j,I the" in'tiitive' !: of United States Mn: > : Deposit Boarex for Real In Connection d 1
,I.... !l-tt I -sSHturilny.'stanli.ii'd: IMU. gt"am.-r C. B. I.ackwood/ foundered in I j ter Powell the diplomatic corps !h-"' I" ; :
lar ni d cmaavur ni.tiltd fret with which "WAlta.f' n Pviva .A &rtm8utrot"thcUiC '!
btr <'oI.rPW I'in,,,,,.. 1.I I 1.-". l'4rUCII-\\ a storm about 15 miles off this port 1| have projio.iMd a cessation of hoyt. .. : t ;
I : 'R .1It1 tyo... i I :
Irl1n -> .h..I. .......1'... >-Alt ii .iio' empty-- beer I last nipht. The captain and irew su-I|j tips in order to arrange! rhe 'prelimin! ,i ii i I;
: I '\ bottlei '. A. FRIEDA! UN. ,, ec tied in launching two boats just be i I I"ore rips for peace between" the revobit! '" t I r

h N..1 XV'iuht! Uiml.street win, iVI.he .. : UVVlr. i : the steamer went down. One of j ists and the forces of the provision'u WE WILL' FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE Ifrri1 r! jf II. '
ll.'Lt; '. A' -ItIl 'l:
1 ;lI' -itI : s lgt.llutt Ili. t _' 1 the !boats containing! the captain! was I government. St. Foix Colin th. pit> a' 3

1 I"H -...vm :. AVT.. MtMUninOlaixsi :+tlr fro nor v j. .l, 1 1r
i book ..
up-to- ..... .
V J date i-oatHining new cute or sicna'R.ami The otter boat has not been I recently called the POPulation of Port : ...'i "r. '" ? PJ.AIJ Till. I.'TLRS: I II
: in? yet apl rrlnt I i'1I
I. -nt below I cost:a Hue tae .. u,.... exaiiunaiion for 'natrha0d11eltesut heard from. Tugs and life savers au Prince to arms and left thenv I II. .. ... k: ., Irw.,. ,r .....:: ,'tr'y,.".': )0.,4)d ;1 I i<.
.-t fr-m the factory; t'a-goinn vesseU worked out andexplained art'l OUT' .a. It. ':1' I" ,to. ', : ji) j
organ! ,. dote and ruthnt nppuc lIt ("r license will searching: for the missing boat. wb with a force of troops to attack\: Mop ., :i : :' ':, '01:. ,. ..' II.1e..r- I :I i.>' ; t
." Ion M'ISbrrsLarraguaart b. sure to pays. H. A. oanlenheok. *ole . I
tt'n' I[ nent. '.''islni cont.nns a crew of ten men j trouis. where gevercment tio! s. r :r .tai...' ..... ,;,,"....... I.. "I I :
I .-'- sustained a severe defeat Satuniav. (. ...,. <1' K ,.... 1.\ t f } ;!'I''I't I
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J I .
d I. i! f
t ..t ''...,lIa101.: tote in : I5rlrrlillt,: Il"t1.c.... .. I Cigarmakers Strike.Timna. i: 1m returned here without r>engagm .;.. .., ; .. ,AI .. ., ) 'I..h-fltJf; I' i Iw.
-c. by the Klehtr! I ----- -- -- J I ul.elrr b.grr ""'1-.1 t 'I. f
Fla.. Oct. 14.,Several the revolutionists. ,
." : 1 ') '' : I
; South t'III'O&1."lm : Ph' ;
I : HUOKat whePlerSpringg hon-I v. : j.
lu.\HI'I'i: thr! FI.... :Mr. l ondon. proP dn d c-igarmakers employed] in .. .Pot" v.., '' .'''\'Ci. ..'"':(1..1',y'r' :,,' .','.. 1 I'I, / I

'r ,. .,.woke-old calf.Id. \.rj,i.'re ra.onable>-. All the rate comforts Northern of come tourists nt factories! of La Rose de Cuba! of the I. More Funds For Strikers. s', ..I. '.11', r.r......11. :r r ,oM III'' u. : ;I I. .. .;..", ...I '.;:. ...,.. .1.."I K..I..r T,: ,".1 t .{ :;I 1'L. 1-, .
\. nit I Oct 14.-Tho Chca.Tmine.s' \I j L.r r t f' r... '.'1.. .
rind i" Manufacturing CBicafO. IYJanrutrg :II. I
w.n tlJI.lln 1.Jt'811'1..ce to spend a por- Cuiwn-Anierican : con- ,,, .. '. Miral!, : ., /'ir
iii.n nl tle 11I.on. ii'lm committee has '.. .._ S.. : : ... .alnnvu.h. Ifn p J I
n II d" ill'0J -- natty ar.d thl' 1.a Rose Espanola! factory relief just >* rrn .,. + American f"r-r: 'I' warded $3.<0. making a total of $11 I. frit: NN't...... : 1 0' ', .. .S UV.rj.tvrt.n.' ./'vy. I .
of the ; \
J t : 1'1"l""I% rr.-rjianr. onch. .r.- rr .f' t. ,. j ( ;: 4h. I or' .
1'tuleruIitt .
\ .
I" Etratrtc. Rhte ,,
'n. I.Iebardlare iingaitll"l ....... - -..- - stack today. TVvMTmn! >:: : != "00) sent thus far to support the strik\ Dl&ndu.I In. tr. oU)" M 1 IlL M.1 I >:.".11 i HW: ; I.' .. I.i I'. ,n' ; ;,trrore-r I I..L r 'lI.rd q U:. Dao'l' : !del.S.r,. / if

I "t Wright | ) .;) FOR KUNEKAL8 furnished caused b> the vl-is: ? ,0: !...<... r.2.: ':, tK! erThe total coniribfctoi.s receive I Iis Ccr. 12th i
barn their frland I SALVONA SOAP CO. Pin Sts. ST. LOUIS
'. .\ to with prompt i I 1 v8S! promptly Viniettft 1:1 MoifBO bonquetsorsp'clalde'tgas ala \, ett Gregory factories. $11.! ;.;. : '
I phone s:!9. xliia I "jf ; :>fo :" ; i: : : ; __: ::_ ;: tr f. t.iTHE ..' ,I

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SOCIETY EVENTS The Lewis Bear Co., agents! for the ,

I I!I Schlitz Brewing Co., have been informed : LX9 X '
i that certain saloon keepers' ,
i. I
AND PERSONALS : remove the label from cheap beer
-- '
l and sell It to their customers ail ,

SEVERAL WEDDINGS NOW ON SZSt52525Z'1George .SERIOUS WOUND INFLICTED ON tichlitz.: They therefore warn all Dependable at !
beer buyer to see that "Scbhrz" is

SOCIAL CALENDAR.Cards H. Webb postmaster at NECRO NEAR CENTURY. branded on the corks of the bottle 5'
Milligan, Fla., is in the city today.
beer they buy. Don't be deceivedinto
-- I Are the kind of SHOES we -. '.,.. ,
The Misses, Grifliin's dancing cIa=swill i taking cheap beer when you

were received in this city meet at tit.:: Joseph's hall tomol- A negro whose name was not want Schlitz:: SHOES: that contain quality, yet 1'1:1"---- "

the ; row night. given was the target to what will H
this morning announcing; approaching .
I. If"k Out fur l'e\er. iu;: tyle. SHOES that will brim c.'n: H
marriage of Mr. George Cuclan Minor, route agent for the I probably prove an attempt at mur- Biliousness and liver disorders at r .
f. to feet. BIIOK
!, BrosnahamGinglesaniMis3ElminaPnilolna Southern Express Company, arrivedat der was brought here last eveningand this season may be prevented by'' your "(

the Merchants hotel this morning cleansing the system: with DeWitt's ;! that will cost you less, consistent with t' ,
Davi., daughter of Mr. and taken to Be. Anthony's hospital.: .
Little Early Ri-ers. Thee famous O:ii: r f
't Mr;. I,. M. Davis, Sr. Mrs. Morris Lightman and two He was put aboard the afternoon little pills do not gripe. They move quality, than you can buy elsewhtr--. 0"SHOES
i children of Huntsville, Ala., are I, the bowels gently but copiously, and
I// This event will occur at Pine Hill, train at Century and his leg had almost by of the that are durable. SHOES \u.E \. "
i reason tonic ,
j guests of the lady's sister, Mrs. properties 0
Ala., on October-), at 5:30 p. m., and Julius Heinberg. been shot away at the knee, (rive toneand strength to the gland more styles and kind than you can: ft.t '
i { | Hargis' Pharmacy, John Sheppard, i,
t the young people will come to Pen- The Ladies' Aid Society of the necessitating surgical attention. i|! Sidney' Kahn.Genuine. elsewhere. SHOES in all sizes and width-. j i'

t+ sacola to take up their permanent From: meagre detail, it seem the i -
I Presbyterian church will meet with j i! Schlitz leer has in fact SHOES FOR ALL. r .
Ii re-idence. They will live at the Mrs.;; Frank Marston Friday after- |: negro was wounded in !Santa Rosa j jj
b l \ the name branded on the '
; : present home of the young man until noon at 4 o'clock. j jI j county near CeUury and that the j ji i{
I II cork-Don 't sulsti' S -w
i 1 d '1I he can: have finished a cozy little j I Mrs J. Rosenstein and daughter, iI j i i wound was made by an enraged i, lutes : S"tllP "

..j .I t cottage.;,: | Miss Esther, left on the noon train party, thus making: the attempt to'' ---- P. S.-Book Covers free with He! '?il! -.

; :Mr. Gingles is a popular young 'today for a month's visit to northern : murder more obvious. Foley's Honey and Tar Shoes.; ,' ', ,""
and eastern cities, their first "
man, in the employ of F. 14. Pou, the ; Deputy Sheriff Keeling was informed V(rcft/ No onaesC'KliW
stop being at Washington. :
: '
undertaker, and is today receiving ': I at 11 o'clock last night of the .

f the warm: congratulations of hislegions trouble, but as it did not take placein I - M01.1O1'M.- ..... '
Qir. ..
f I I of friend in this city. NOTICE. this county he did not act officially I' ,...-- NEITHER the captain own- '' GMEYER
|ere nor consignees of the
i is also I 'I" It f? :Mongibello will be SHOE CO.
The young lady pleasantly: in the matter beyond satisfying : -
-- ; i responsible for debts contracted ,
j' 'I'' remembered in this place from a I himself it was not under his : by the crew of sitid vessel.F..
Gulf Tranl! )' Cantatn.t.onelgnee i
It 1'irmer' residence hers. \Ve, the undersigned merchants of i juri diction. ] !IJolt; I' Fed }'urtli her. for Cash (Jnl).
l I'
Pensacola: Fla., agree: to close our I It was reported this morning that ,
)j- member of the NJoITHJ.oKth"caPt8In.oWnl'r: :
j Helry BickEr, a places of business every day in the i the party who had been shot was i -.- nor consiKnepg of the Br 1 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREETo ;

,F fire department: was married last 'week, the year around except i ,; vv t'alaitne will be responsible
{ I' Deputy Sheriff Vaughn and that he ] tt for debts contracted by the .
night to Miss Mae E. Golson:, at the ,: Saturdays, and except the three i crew of said vel el. -- -..
,1 had been wounded There
seriously. j H. A. IJOSS,
t L fir,', latter's home on East Intendeucia',: weeks next preceding the first,;; day i was no ground for this serious W. t;. KeyserCo.t.oOMIOet's.: Captain 14o4l .e.e.e.e.e.IN.a.e...e.e.Ni.0.e.e.e.e.a.1o11N

? officiated. ', of January of each year, at six | i : ____ __ ______ ___ __ u -- -t
street Rev Dannelly
$ : o'clock p. m., and excepting during I rumor, which started by a joker ) .I

) s li; The ceremony was seen by number '! the week preceding Easter: saying "Vaughn;,: had got shot, and a.",.the a., i'vx Kind YM Ha:J.A.>e Htm.&t fi :. ; rf GRANDv

i of friends who enjoyed a bountiful I W. J. & B. Forbes, Bass & Co., Sol I
| :
t 4 had bought it at Avery's. 'llgeatnl ct I Isd
; ; repast after the wedding was aver.f ;' Cahn & Co., Jas. McHugh, B. Ger- -- --- -- -- '! II I
I: son, Pat McHugh, A. M. Cohen I FALL OPENINGAT
t Announcement i is made of the![! John Thompson, Ryan's Variety i I Ii
1st. ; .F eomiug wedding of Mr. Reginald :i j I' !StoreVicke & Co., C. H. Turner, .. }) 0 ------ i Ii

Mrs. X. Bowers, Rider Furniture I Colored People Will Orsani/.e ToMorrow ._ -, ,-,

Hester a popular young lineman, j| Co., Van Pelt Bros., Willis Hard-I, Night at John the Haptit-t TWO NIGHTS, I i : THE BIG STORE. i :
and Miss Lillie Wight of the navy :l ware Co., H. Heinberg, Eva Andersen i I Church. 4

yard. This marriage will occur I Forbes Merritt Furniture i The stockholders and those desiring Wednesday and Thursday, I .. I I.. -
II I.i
next month at the yard, and active Company: Pensaeola Tea and Cof- : to take stock in the colored investment I
Oct. 15 and 16.
4 preparations are now being rushed: 'fee Company, F. E. Brawner, : company will meet Friday i i! :i : COLORED ,I

i W. M. Falk, Marion & Quinn, Ree-i night at John the Baptin church for I
tt ; to :a consummation. I I.
TIII i :
nau & Geralds, N. W eilandP. tone, the of
El 1 purpose permanently organizing I
; ] I H. Muller, Hall & Klein, M. & 0. and selling !stock preparatory i i ; PETTICOATSPECO
':1 A popular public ollicer, who says; AL. G. FIELDGREATER I
( Clothing, D. & Mayer, Green, '! to giving: notice of incorporation i
r 4T;
sl a ,
I Wat-oij & Co., Wm. Johnson & Son, - I e J *
: Meyer Shoe Co., Jesse French Piano : To Cnnri the Trensnre.CustomerWhat I I 1
i iI : You chnrjre $;; ex MINSTHELS e J 9r *
j; for the west to bring bick a biu'hill I & Organ Co., C. II. Gonzalez; & Sou, I .
tra for di'liu'ring load of coal?
a ii
.\. :M. Avery, L. Friedman & Co., '' .. I : : *"?BRAND. ."> :
; maiden. lle aid yesterday this ) 'Certainly. jut, then, we always ( '' r :
L'has. Alexander. ii j jj THE i S e 4I
| scud au urint'd yard along to WORLD'S '
the of
w.ts purpose a recent trip j The attention the Clerk*' union guarantee safe di livery.'. New York LARGEST, GRANDEST, BEST $1.00, 4
t1% tat country. Several of his friend* and the public I is called to the fact Journal I 4

4 l'j ire into the secret. !I that: some merchants failed to sign I LN-DOOR EXHIBITION" : $1.60 & $200 ''t
The Name a Synonym for All That is (jrestlu j 4I
i I the foregoing. :
lIns1rllls '. -----
t Rumor it that of'' --- -- -- -- THE WEATHER I 4I
a youulUau! I I $WOOO Fl US'1 .'.\ HT.A ; Shirt Waists. i
: ; Dress Goods I 4I
tins city, now sojourning in Alabama -

1 f 4N will surprise his friends upon 1! TO-DAY including | : : and Trimmings. I The OPEIUVI. ,i
S style and finish i i- -urp t--* I"
his return, not alone, in a few days. AL. G. FIELD. \; ,
1 : ( NUISANCESThis : The mot complete a"sortnone.j Comes in all nuii* t > 1 :
ti .
: I1Jl'nt..f. Fine flood ever shown (
I QUIGLEY. e New York Trout $ ;; to ..;.1111. 4
iti at prices.
There is a popular government --- i Local Forecast-Fair tonight anti Friday TOMMY: JKNNKLLY, t .
15 A* : light variable: niiuls inotlly north i i \\1\1. \U'ltHA, 4I
I ittlcial of Birmingham1.1.., who )I mornibg Mr. D. F. Lowe, the I SAM GOLDMAN: S e';!' Underwear. i Corsets. !4I

k will shortly pay: this city a visit i cotton broker, appeared before''' TOMMY HYDE !
: Temperature in Last 24 Hours: I : i Knit Flantlf-Iettpaud Muslin XAWI'f.t Mod-1-- ill -:yi

r 1 .. fir tie! purpose of carrying back a1 I II Mayor Jones and entered a strenuous; I| Maximum .... ....... '''n. ,"n. ..... ... .:degrees and other well known fun-makers.I, S 1 Underwear\ for grown and Try The Habit Bad; for. : .
I j. Minimum .......... .... .... ...... ...... degrees 'r little folks. new style ,snit; and *.karte' .
't ting maiden living on Wet Chase: : objection against; the public action !>. Famous Autraltsocrolus.Faust family, .of '! : : 4 I

M t ; ,?'H. Roth of the parties: have quite of a gang of black and white street Temperature Elsewhere: i jMin. j| Musical Migimni Family. i'

b' tiO"3; t > lumber of fn 'ud. who will be i iil ii; gamins that make a habit of congregating i:', .Atlanta... ..... .......... ...........iii'1'L'i : t: || Original Tropical Clipper Travirsiiy Quartvttu. f ; \\\V\ and S SkIrts.e 4
ja i I I I IImnarck ...... ..........: :t.! raps ,
_, leased when the happy event takes I 011 the ;sidewalk near his Chicago!; ..n.... .nn.... .....n......... t: I "Kini of the Fllippmos. I I 4I
i | ............................
.. ... |: Cincinnati fU 40 BL'KT <:l"L'IEI:MILITARY Il\XI i 4
: 12.W
I ( i Silk Skirts, $7 -W, I'J.OS! :: f
.1. office in the opera house building': (al\"t'hOU ... .......... ...........ii sl I
'Huron: ...... ... ..............__ m S4Jacksonville BIG STKEET PAUADE. : e : and *\irGt ). 4
and greatly interfere with him in .... ............. .... ..i! till I -- -- -- - -- ) Walking Skirt* at |19 i i
I Kansas Lily ........... _... ..... .. '4 :ts i '( black and I
a: FOR GRAND his work. : Key west ... .... .. .Ii iil I ONE NIGHT ONLY ( 2.;, Sample Skirts, 4I
i :Memphis .. ;n 41 I j'I .e ;. eolornu two alike, value $!9 I w p 4 iL' 1
Last night:;: upon the occasion of Mobile 1 i- 4-< i Saturday October 18. $10 I (IIU. specsI7'U.I \' I
Montgomery is 41 4
the minstrel performance, the crowd New Url..aus.. T,. V Monte Carl CoatsLadies'o 1inch
t ,. LARCENY New Turk :., irtavannali 0 !'di; :Misses' 17 %
was; a great: deal larger than u=ual 7' :>-' : :!,,- Jackets, our leader, ( I v- 1

.1 tl and created such: an uproar that the M Lou:" :- is Miss Percy >aswell> :, Utl I' I
--- S i :\11"-t'o;' Long Coat-, *:UM> tnf76l. II iL o'e

l t r'' Uobert Jolm-on, c..lort.t.l w... (patience: of the gentleman wa; ex- .. J' t 4
1 hausted. He telephoned the police MARITIME. AS PRINCESS ANGELA ';. idles' Uaglaud$1:: )" to .
1 gj jl ; t [ken into custody tliimi\ri.iig byt'ontible j ?!9 5iJ. 4

station of affairs and an ollicer was In a production of Splendor of Mar- : .
i ; ? r Slocun 1111 .1 wariantc'nrging y//
: sent to investigate. Before the clictr '' FT:FORTH. i -hall'!! Hegal Romantic Comedy, ;I Linens. 4I

i. ''I ;: : him with grand l larceny. > i For October to date . ..... ..... .... fiOrt.iisi II o I 4
arrived, however, Mr. Lowe took Ie
I The affidavit was trade by La FJ y- : ; Towels, !9 I, l:, 1 11 and :Me each 4
t il \ himself the of i ''A ROYAL FAMILY. I ,
; t tte Hudson, another negro, who upon powers a policeman AKKIXED.I )J Table Linens. t
5 t ej i ipuces and forcibly detained the leaderof i I n Ltuzaoo.. 2S7u. Knight.! Liverpool to : ) :.>:$, ;3J.1: :) and 6Jc! ynd.: 4I
H Jinars
a value of JW on property I \: Co The Two Years' Success 1 1yI .
j jillegfd of the
1 Au-ts A rstea:!'.>I.N.Cosullch Galves>ton. ; j Napkins, 2.1; 45: 6', and title doz 4I
a part of the gang. Lyceum Theatre, N. Y. : L
: to have been .tolen by the j! to dull Transit Lo ) 1e

d.'fendant. j jJohnson This party was a black boy named I Miss Haswell is Supported by the I!I. J) CUtl'I'/r: :* AND MATTIMJS-lnjrrain Carpetfiic -. .';>-<', : 4

and1 t I White and he was given ten day?. I' CLEAkED. t following Remarkable Company, II j I j i ) yard: Brit "'el..; Carnet, ill to !b.c' yard ; Velvet tarpn. ;." .
was: arraigned tod ty house in UI Br rland-lnne ss Blenhoim Co.slat Ltd Uilcbrlst for Iiieppedale by the Boyd Putnam, Maud Granger, :.I )J Slit.() :Mattitgs,1O to :: ;c. Hugs H---J:!: to *1d). Iquarti" /4 i
Opera employes were
1 r.>la?ed under bond of fit).. I >1 and Kecamp via Ship It'aud, with :/ta..iUO s I Harry Burkhardt, Nancy Padget, e j) to #22.1,0. 4
court also and gave voluntary evidence .1 tli ft Fa1l'n&SI: timber aiXi"' I It lumber value Frank Kobms Itnht. C. Turner ; 1::IBIOIHIIIIS--: : ', and loc yard. 4

1i': (itt.l'I I:F't'L I-I I roou i against the motley crowd. I, Kr 3j Firth of Forth lJs.1. traiiy.ror Moi I Charles: D. Pitt, Walter t'nvby, 1
1 ; ,i bite I Peauette Northern Walter IlobI 'J 4

3 tJT! }, Lhl'.t Seen Wt't.J. un .Milk.. Tonight! efforts will be directed by I I !!A ILl'D. I insou and others. .:1 Ii & Bon. 4I
lUiUiam oIJt1jon
# Three years ago this mouth I the police to preserve more order.I! Ir Kri gs Firth Klenheinitiilcbn of Forth. Uradr.,Uleppedale Mobil and I Management Henry B. Harris. ( ( 4

w.i a ;great sullerer with stomach about the place. I Kecamp I .
i j I --- --- -- --- ---

s i trouble if Prairie! ," writes du f>ac Mr, WI*. William:;. "I had L 'igh to ---- --- I I BrssealtwellRansomTamptcoi i| Heat! on sale at Cot'e hursrjay. :...-..................................eNNNi(1N-.N/ <

give up eating meat, potatoes I"w..ets \ d AT QUAKANTINK.: I I.
and lued > I:.plr on bread GUT OFF I Kii4 bk Gurli. Svallnlstrom.. fromRemaure I
aud tea; finally that too had to be I': Ht. Iienls, Africa, via Barbados I: Monday, Oct, 20. THOS. C. WATSON & CO.,
r to Klx :M Robinson
ii l:" ;;teen up. I gut ,so weak I could not Nor bk Tabitua't.Danlelsen.Cape Townto Ii
work and I took nothing into my order i W.U.CI1lSHOI': 1USK9KNTS RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS
't tomach for seven weeks but milk. DELINQUENTS Nor bk Saint Monon, U:>;t, Guddersen.UUl'OOS l LEADINC REAL ESTATE, ,
to order
a .-rj i T had tried three doctors and all for I Ayres 1'} !4.COI.'fOItlU..\.
L no purpose; the last doctor advised Ills Life In Peril I Mrs. Brune
I Palafox and Garden Streets.A .
.t 4t4: me to !stop all mediciu I had tot

anyway. I was so weak I was prostrate A special meeting of the board of "I jut. seemed to have gone all to In the Dramatic Sensation: of the year, FEW VERY DErilRABLE: DWELLINGS: .< ?* ..e ..
piece, writes Alfred Bee, of Wel-
a' in bed. .
y I lje A friend advised me to try Grape- county commissioners was held last fare, Tex., biliousness and a lame ** k., o 0 J* _<< _*< STORES AND OFFICES: FOIL ;i-1: .: :

:Nuts, but I was afraid to when a ; afternoon at o'clock for the pur- back had made life a buiden. Icouldn't UNORNA --- --
I of milk brought tears to eat or sleep and felt almosttoo I I Ii
teaspoonful : >
North Two stores connected by""
j pose of revising: ; the qualified voting worn out to work when I beganto Two large dwelling, !-Rtor1. on '
a my eyes, my stomach wa .0 raw. Baylen street with all mod-rn conveolen.1 with 8 rooms and kitchen ar"\ -
;! But I tried one teaspoonful a day oftheGrapeNuts | list. Persons who had not conformed use Electric I3ittersbutthey worked A creation by F. Marion Craw- CPa gai. water. and In re.idence Government street, near Tarra tot. t
wonders. Sow: I sleep like a top, ford Jt) annum. '
for one week, and I and prepared for the stage I city per rent ft8 whole, or separate! at.' *
f finding it agreed with me, increased with the law in regard to their qualifications :1 can eat anything! have gained in i by Espy Williams. i I Large and comfortable dwelling, J-story! rental.

f; theqnantity. In two weeks, I could II' had their names stricken ''strength and enjoy hard work." 1 with gas and water located throughout on the largo corner lot.01 _
walk cut to the kitchet. ; in four They give vigorous health and new The Greatest Love Romance La WILD Kua outhouses street! and 8th Ave.. ito per month. The McGinn Building, corner. _
weeks I walked half a block, and from the list, each commissioner life to weak, sickly, run-down peo- containing meat and Tarragona stroefi.'r. '! '..,.
I t today I do my own light house I personally perusing the voting list ple. Try them. Only SOc at W. A. ''* Since Romeo and Juliet. *< A desirable 7 and bath dwelling gas and water- for boarding bou e. Apply for par: -

t keeping. D'Alemberte's drug store, 121 South throughout, south frontage within easy Bayleu *,. '
district. Palafox: street. 'I" I of Belt and North Hill car IIn l. Will Large.tore-room.corner
his reach
I live on GrapeOf and know own l tendeucla streets,M-t;; per mO 'b.
they saved my life; my people all Notable cast includes Erroll Dun. .' lease for$-'50 per annum.

thought I could not live a month j When youeall for Schlitz bar, E. R. Spencer, Frank Hen nig, Two-torydwelilnarnntaining oj rooms A few offlcei on Paiafoi: street. 81 or
Cold. and
Hot and Line No 210) N Barcelona Thiesen Building: a .. .
when are I commenced much surprised using :them at, and the Tom-Yea, I should call that a real beer see that you get it. I Claus ,Bogel J. W.l, Rodgers Percy ,Wade Isabel, LeonHenry Pen- near Will lease Pelt for IS) per annum. itrett'l ante-room, suitable for meeting part- "

i change! very in me. I am very grateful love letter hot from her Leart. ':Look at the cork and see pra Spencer, Hilda Vernon, Ida I I-- -- ---------- "
that there is such a food to be ob- Charles Rut, say, suppose It is only "Schlitz" Werner, Alice Forbes and others. II I I I will repair your watches and The finest line of umbrella i ,1
tained for those who have weak: I part of a cold plot to arouse the otherftllow's \ that is brandedIon I jewelry in first-class style. J, I city is at J. I. Htepheus'. Goat I

-tOl'3 c hs." I ; jealousy-Town. Topics. i it. Seats! on sale Friday at Coe's. j Stephens. them.TIE .





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