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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Creation Date: August 2, 1902
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V .. 31, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA; SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 2.1902 NO 64

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-VAN!. FITZPATRICK HIGH WATERS NOW EARTIInCM.it:5HO I I IMOBEAlJjANAMOS'i A. QREENHUT & CO., Pensacola, Fla,


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I' SUBSIDING IN TEXAS '

I Solid Carload"GOOD LUCK" BAKING POWDER.
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Etcpp Gains Cease: and Situation IL But People A-c- gull In Stat I For A. Greenhut & Co., Pensacola, Fla.

1 Vastly Improved. j ci Great f ai ic. I t) I II L ManTd gy THE SOUTHERN MT'c. Co.. RICHMOND, VA. ,!Ii,

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In Extreme Southern Portion of i Disturbances Should Be Renewed. s i T. ) HTIintI ?TITM
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Havoc Quake In
Wrought by Ncig'ttorhood
State, Where Flood 1 Is Bein3 Auk ,
I i 1I of Lcs Anamos.
I mented by Small Tributaries i

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I Special to The Daily News. I Special to The Daily News: I
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Santa. Haibara. Cal.. Aupi.-t 1 ,
Dallas Tis., August 1.-Xo heavy

\_ \ t : rains fell in Texas yesterday, and as I :Many ol ti:., fcl.aii tii: :.i i uf the 10\\ 1.1 abov i- a f u'-ii ire ,I .1 l.aud,1ome r. "i-ord "f JIluin': : Ht-H, p'und- / -. ,. N of the

"t'l a result the situation vastly improved of Los Ani-iiiis. wl. :. has h..u iL-: 4OLi [' CARL Al! > PIIl'HAotE when one imdrrd dad five: i !nj;: Itt: car-, -.aO.I "t UO}) Ll'CK"'

.... .1 .. 1 1't"lupatn'k. I this morning- Traffic of all kindsis ('t'Dt.III ;-. .Hit Uisturbamis i surd e OF GOOf) LIT K BakuPowdt r Solid l'ar.Iuh of t! popul.tr brand were T"tity-nine Thousand Nine
were Chipped iti one day. Hundrt-d and : ".
Seventy-.even: I,9j'j.
being handled Texas roadsI .
now by last Sanllay. have leit bur places oiii .. iA. jr.-t-iii; & CO. '
t shipped -- ( :r. in The freight;; <>u tinhipment of pounds: or nearly Fifteen < 151 tons
---"- -- I with perfect safety. sid,' of the earthquake belt. Tioo! the ;I' cbl trui. Niuetntu llutidrf One Hundred and Sixty-Nine ltii! i 'Pitt rE'a"Oll u i plain. All material
k. enngr.- mln Many people spent: tlio night in tree who have remained I could not abaudoa
', front tin Nft.11 I taps around Quinland Tuesday eight their business. HUNDRED AND :-IXTY NINE ed to Twenty-Hx Thou..and.iue "0001) LUCK" Bakinz l'owderarl"
and wore rescued with diiSc-ulty thv Hundred and Sevetity-niu jllaril''aid the bet procurable for the manufacture
.. ''. II. ('., as folin The town of iMt Alamos is situate 1
i following morning in boats brought about midway between Santa luiz and a09); CAli-LOAD.S-TWU THOUSAND. and Tnirteen Cent ( >a ti! it7p.L3): ). of a perfectly Pure, Wholesome
Runt Ui ci'in'Hie and Paris for that pur- FIVE HUNDRED AND I Nothing! emphatically and uudMitrovertibly I i and Efficient Leavening Asrent, the
Santa Maria, in the long, vai-
of friend I usedi I narrow
>n a THIRTY-THREE: TONS- enunciate the pop u- ,, greate-t care is used in its laauufac-
Ill hcerfully recom- I' I'oop. Considerable damage to pro ley of the Los Alam6s 10 miles from 1'IVK MILLION, r'IX fY :'JIXTHOl'SANI lant\ of "HOOD LnIwith: the''', ture and, well the people recozniz;
Jt tity resulted from the flood and the the coast. It has about 3W peopl-;. hou-e tin- the
to anjune suffering ). ONE JI PREll -keeper- country as a meritorious article when they have
r u ho needs a good I wateras still over the Texas Midland The Los Alamos valley is from half AND FORTY-r-KVEN ;,.l1itj H7> fact that it ha-. each year, privet once tried it and recommend it to
///MH7CA.. tracks at QuIclanJ last night but i a mile to ute milt wide. The population 1'CH"nOF: -JOOD H'l'K'' it=f-lf the mast: acceptable of all Bak- their friends and neighbors. Thin

I Kill t. I no lives were lost. 1 of the valley is about > "' MAKING POWDER. The! mimmity ht. Powderand won Mich hearty) ,,, each year the !ale" of "UOOD LUCK"
nil and '.(Ticientiiktlnii I Rains in the Draws valley have Tter. are no brick building in the lit- < of tinhipjumt f One Hundred ndoFienient at the hand. of the: ha- increased until it has: now
I I au'l Sixty-Niue car adJiakinir ..r con-umer that it i j.* now rind in solid reached the point where it raises
and n- ct aard, and the outlook is more hope-
) tie village, and the damage! thus lar
Powder not only over-had- Trainload L' t-ef One Hundred and much more bread cake, patry!" etc.
'try in-r* in the : fill there. Rivers are falling everywhere i is limited to the ruin of plaster, collape ow the output of all i-ttier Hiking :Sixty-nine: Car- adn" car of throughout the South and South-

I except in the extreme southern chimneys, the breaking of Powder inanufdctur-d. but "GOOD which contained le- than -JliKKi Wt--t than all other brands Baking
->f IV-ru-ni the I 1 portion of the state where the crockery and glassware the: tailing of Lt'CK" evtn over rtacheif- own POUUd-5ollle a- much a* 44 IH.HI' Powder combined.

.rl..1J nervesrtsumo flood is being augmented by small the walls of the Presbyterian chuiMi
.th anil the Mood tributaries. It is not thought that and two store buildings, and the demolishing Manufactured by THE SOUTHERN MANUFACTURING CO., Richmond Va., U. S. A. _

t regulate tit any serious damage will result in that of ait old abode biiiidhu -- '

.. tt, n.turv'slaws.a district: however which was seriously, damaged in the small:, active volcano on the I.oAla- I I j ji
; : alpear.Ur MAY YOHE FOREIGN
General MINERS
Manager --Nixon of the Gu'.f. lust quake on Sunday night. mos side of the mountain which h"bet

1 Colorado and Santa:: FV, estimates the The: damage will not exceed: $lunn0 we*'n that place and Santa Haiha-i. j I

"T't 'hrnnlc<'urtotl.q"n ,. lots to that road to be JlO.iwtt. In the opinion of the old. inhabitantsof Smoke and 'o tpam constantly issue i: WILL FORGIVE PLOTTING TOATTACK
the At noon today the flood had shiftedto the place.There from various fissures along the MIIH-'

iat- northeastern Texas, where small is not a chimney left stand mit of a plateau or shell near the\ I
'i 't"a I tributaries are causing the Grand S.i- ing in the town. One residence was r.orthern slope of the mountain. YJewl'cI GAPT. STRONG !! ARMfSpecial

1 'la-s't line river to go on the rampage. moved inches and split in opposite item the distance of the old stage roal.te. I
I At Kildare. the Texas and Pacific I
corners. Not a building enap il :, r-"nifestations appear like small
.. I tracks were washed out and the water some injury, and it is coabidr red m.. tires. Lave t
camp They never developed London, Au;;. 2.-May Tope is to The Daily News:
is high. A large crew of workmen I
lI.t, racuious that no one was hurt. any alarming tendencies and
is *>n the pound, however and little Although no niortvv cai tllqua'l have attract- >rv little dl'.pot inves- stopping at the tvoy today, await- I Shenandoah, Pa., Aug. 2.-Word .

1t t 'roul.le ia expeiuv.. T11oH' Jb: still I I hoc h, ball :,.'IJ r .(i'i'i l'l! :..: ,.jf) ., ..HI, .. ".tis the appearance of Putnam has been brought Brigadier General -
cone trouble on the Texas: :Midland T.U'i| laM M'uht. the I
: people still
ate I -
Bradley Strung wh.- !.4- ?tut her & Oobin
that the
:01 of Dallas : in the! PUM.valltvl! puiiii stricken.: :Many of those who Lithuanian:
t ,t. and! mi th" Aiai.-.i nui.I! in the' have not already lied from thc'iIi.ntitv THEY TURNED [ note bejsinjr forgiveness, and who striker are plotting an attack. The

'. nliu .>I. 1<\1111'.. ; .,...1.! air inn I aniepaiei! to It! a\v in ca->- has been forgiven. Miss Yoke registered information was furnished by foreignprit'sti

--- '- : :'iu i\i.iilailv Tin; 'cir.h '!.d\' Is i the disturbance! continue#. ON WATERSpecial I a, "Lady Francis Hope." who have been striving t*
lain a, renewal m the heavy rams.Thr !
11 Saved Frcm Serious Fire. She talked freely today: to the newspaper -
JACOB I
wrathei !Is' It l ar in th. Dallas; : oiL;- preserve peace among their countrymen -

tnct t.nU.v.CHEERED. Dr. II. ('. Kavhy. m Santa Maria, men with her usual strikingiuconi'btfucyone since the !strike was dcclared--
who was> a ; 'n-st at the l hIP of D. P I to The Dai.j: N\V\P."' minute berating
SMITH RETURNS but has been unable to restrain
11'bdaisy. ui.Jouhti.dly saved thp bus: !
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AS'MOB < i\> 1 \IIIU"t Superintendent Strong: fur taking her jewels and
ins s"ti n: of the town from a si-ii- has them.
I of IiritiatioL \1 i ntsuuig just reeeixHtl -
tire When tht' leaving her and the uext minute
uiis
earthquake wi The Lithuanians
\ a report| from CommissionerBanning. are a desperatelot
.\ PASSED uiTi-d a lighted lamp was upset and of water district No. 2. that peaking kindly of him. saying her and ready fur trouble They have

t IC'ndill set tire to the place. Without a 2" tanners, fully armed marched to soul for her "Putty." She
thought for his own safety Dr. Bagliyi yearns -eeu military service abroad and are
' rhoiua UinirUrlined Sirial! ri: Tin- Daily! N\\\s. i rushed upstairs and found Mrs. Whit- H>,miHson. and breaking: down the has been waiting since yesterday for skilled in the u-e of fire arm.

.: to say i! \\'a -blllgtonUlI"l 1 .-("harks 1 r.eyainly fighting the flames ant head-pate allowed an immense amou-it Strong to make hU: appearance. -'- ----- ,
.it.'in. and wouM i ii ; seemingly surrounded by them. Drawing of water to flow into the ditch, thllsa'iug He
the
Craven the supposed munlcier ot \Vil- j sent note to her by a l1lt'-
I her from her place of danger,
: nt* rto approac.tatct' their ALL
liam II.ViUon, a farmer living MarI : crops. LAWBREAKERSARE
he hi at the fire with fencer; carefully concealing hUad-
!Lil : Lieutenanti I out blankets and
r rndon. 1 a., was lynched yesterdayafternoon I When the gatekeeper tried to intertore -
thus saved a life and a large portionof dre- Mis Yohe because
ral s.
I .Smith said hi on the pike 1 mile east of with them they threatened him desperate -
I sawed.t I Leeslmig, Va. He was taken from the business section with death. Commissioner Banningreports she, is unable to find him. ENEMIES OF
'. the transport serml Boulders Torn From Mountain that he is unable to lerrn th-1
the j.til at 1/eesbuig by a mob of 1;;omen Sid;. Many regard the whole affair as a
Smith's order who the names of a single person engaged ii:
THE
.. overpowered guard Parties from Lompoc and outlying UNION
I scheme to get money from Strong'sparents
board the
In whip J the attack. The teai-gate of Fulton
broke in the outer door and then entered districts have reached Los Alamos
it:'ling, went to th-)' i the cage using hammers and with stories of havoc in the hills. A ditch is some 10 miles! north of who !:3veIay lobe |.'2iKiO

i'"J denied himself I' crowbars. Little] difficulty was enountered great landslide carrying down hundreds Den\er. on the PUtUabove Htnderfeon. after Strong'* disappearance with Fpeclal to The Daily News

( in this work. A noose of tons of earth occurred mar : .
which to redeem her j jewel Sheuandoah, Pa., Aug. 2.-President
' | was thrown around the prisoner'sj the Hoover ranch The road from -
: ,\ TRAIN |I neck and he was led down the pike :r. Lompecwas! burieu for 50 feet. As BIG PLANING MILL A reconciliatory meeting between John Fahy of the Ninth districtof

I the direction of the scene of the mur- far as the eye can reach from this Captain Strong and May Tope is the United Mine Workers Union

der. Tht party had preceded scarcej grade to that there are spots on th. hourly expected. held conferences
today with officers
hOBBERS CAUGHT i a mile when the rope was thrown mountain side where huge boulders DESTROYED -- ,-
: around a tree and Craven was pulled! were sent thundering down tho \'al FORTHE of the local miners union President

from the ground.As leys. -- PREPARATIONS Fahy is following the instructions of

:'\..\\Ii. I' soon a;, the body< was raised In John R. Drum, a mountain farmer Special to The Daily News. President Mitchell and is making!
\ .:'it 1'-Two more the air the mob fired fully! 500 shots reports a road-destroying landslidein CORONATIONSpecial
Aa.! l.-r-Tho effort to have the
Dothan August large every strikers
i > l 11 up a Mexican at tiniyir.K man Drum canyon. The face of the
-,.. ured ?;jO.Afn) from I Before Craven was lynched he was hills! is charged with noises which planint mill and variety works of maintain peace. He said today that

+ -\|>r9s car, have given an opportunity to make a state- Drum describes, as the most terrifying Morgan & Reeves has been burned all persons; in nr out of the miners'
r < ;..m'z Palario, and ment. He strongly protested that sounds ho ever heard. Everything was destroyed except to Tte Daily News

if h.-tu i"covered.t I he was innocent of killing Wilson and The oil wells around the town of some lumber which was outside of the London, Au;. :.Preparations:; for organization violating the laws are -

be taught has that he was innocent of burning Los Alamos seem not to have suffered. building.The the coronation are proceeding enemies of the union and the organization
11..1 a* "1UI" Taylor, I smiths barn, for which offense he had Since the belnntg! of the earthquake plant was set on fire and Mr. quietly will do all in Its to
: saLU Fe Pacific train "j been sentenced to Jail two years be- shocks the temperature has been oppressive Black the night operator at the At and rather mechanically. The power ,

r.i..l tan men. lie foraMen as much heat apparently] lantic Coast Line depot saw the blazeas erection of the familiar street bar- jail them ,j,

: 1 Ittath for that crime.Moilco I women and children who lined (coming; from the earth as from the it started up and saw a negro man riers, the cleansing of the streets and "

Fifteen thou i I the road from the jail to the scene of sun. whl<< h, for the most part of tha standing r.eait.. He fired several PETTY ROBBERIESIN
shots at the miscreant, but without decoration of stand attract but
'i. booty secured In' execution, lustily cheered the mob. time bas been shining brightly.

) ..tt-v *a recovered frome"dera Governor Montague was appealed tc effect. slight attention.
by the officer of the commonwealth! CAUSE OF DISTURBANCES The plant and machinery was Insured The public interest in the actual POLICE COURT'Petty
for :
$2.5rto. and the lumber for
and he ordered the Alexandria Light
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Not Due to Volcanic Activity, but Local $:,oo in the Continental and the Phoenix proceedings is rekindled by the official -
to the Sheriff. infantry to the scene, but the mob accomplished
I <.! i. August 1.-Berry I Its work before the arrivalof Conditions.San of London assurance that the king is doing robberies! were features In

< iVd Sherman! Dyer the soldiers. }Francisco August .-John finely and will be ready to be crownedone
.' Conway who has made a life study of Aid For Home Rule the police court today.A .
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h $ ::-1ay night! has sur. Tragic Death of Mining Engineer. the geology of the country believes New York, August 1.-John Red. week from today. Scotch sailor named l'at Cole-

't ehrrt at Montgomery Ala., August 1.-Captain I that the disturbances are in no way mond has received a cablo dispatch man claimed that a woman had

">w i 1''t> Ia'nard'i! It L. Davies a prominent mining I due to volcanic activity, but occasioned from Melbourne says 9 London: dispatch
srs THE POPE WISHESTO stolen
from
to The J7.50 him. When she
a ".e m.>'t engineer; In Mexico, was found dead by local conditions. His theoryis Tribute: announcing
' ,". "W') He claims Ctl'j! In the Diente canyon, 30 miles from that the earthquakes are occasionedby $3.500 as the first installment of all would not return it he beat her unmercifully -

IL. .. it n defense after! : Monterey. The supposition is that he subsidence caused by the actionof to the home rule cause la South Af PLEASE US and was fined flu. The
I! rica.
a"u'ked him. Much inIn fell from the top of a cliff while at the subterranean gases and oils: la money was taken from him while he
t which the region Is known to abouni. drunk
AI.t'l tt"J the case work examining some prospects. Captain Burnett's was
Vanilla Extract has outlived >
Davies had been missing for :a It has been known for years that Ethel
I : I:!pedal to The tees', Draughn complained that &'
Few week and friends! started a search for I gas was being generated beneath the criticism. It is the finest and pureat negro had entered her window and _
cats on a bottle
I x--ai't will not atone for him resulting In the finding of his decomposed earth's surface In the vicinity of Loa vanilla extract that can be bought.' Rome, Aug. 2.-The delay in appointing stole |3 from her armoir. The man

.. of having dessert i body. AJ&mOt!. Once tried, always used. an apostolic delegate to was seen to leave via the window. A.
Professor Sillman. of Yale In 1836:
Manila is due to desire of the
a Vatican
I -.:tie otl" in tlavor.fllrinJ forward GO TO THE negro named Cook was arrested on
Just received a New Lot of Boys'White put that theory and added OARFIELD ICE
,.' to please the Washington suspicion, but an effort at Identification
Straw Hats, worth SOc, 75c that he tad nowhere seen such evidence FACTORY FOR YOUR FROZEN -
of the of hydrocar W A TER IELOX authorities by sending an American failed and he was released. '
and U.&(), to be closed out at 25, 35 presence .
: /; bons. This was substantiated lately Another robbery of |8 was reported j
, keen cutCH and 43 cents. Wm. Johnson & Son. prelate. The Vatican is now await-
by F. McMillan, a San Francisco mining from a resort opposite the Golf j
1 (1t Mowers at the Foley's Honey aaa Tar ing letters from the United States
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: Try THE NEWS Want column ; engineer. saloon on Zirragossa street. No arrests '

llrcllttlre: Go's- will pay .roc. For many J; ars there has fceea. a cures olds, prevents p eumo l& iI I i before taking further action. ..

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t THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1902

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EVERYTHING
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: About the Arch of '

AN o NffiiPt.; THE STRIKE REGIONRiotous "Rainbow gold" used to be I

and woof of many a childish !

The pot of treasure buried "v,
( To \LW YORK, BOSTON k Mobs Are Awed by end of the bow touches the

I A.NO ALL I has been searched fur by; :, t

t EASTERN RESORTS )kYfThe Bristling Bayonets dren aeaiii and azain. The

Nervous generation of childhood is I

SQ QQ\\ 111V GOV. STONE MAKES STATEMENT. fcowever, that such gentle Ii i

i F apt to be received with scorn. I
-- Prostration
i OCEAN 5TCAMSHIP COMPANY: \ There are many lasting:: sU11<
His General Order Placing Troops on
j t.w R.EO: :. T t.R k-. ,. I1- : connected with the arch of

50 Hour of Ocean Breezes ,* Duty Is Made Public-Order Is Also cured bg however. In many countries

Sailings each Weep Issued Formally Placing beneral Co- bow is spoken of as being a :

3 Savannah. Ga. pump or siphon tube drawin
from r'JI..1 I bin In Command. DR. from the sea by mechanical"
T V t tl, : Liar .'' "'
Mrai 114 > H roir iT
", :-I-T.I. -..nn \| itimit.., -' J Pittsburg, Pa., August 1.-Governor PIERCE'Sll In parts of Russia, in the
*1 rn'V-.k'l i-u. dr ir +'o..t. i' i '1* fj
ri,
and also
try in Moscow and
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f. I >i ,'"lrr 1'. -1'I I Stone's general order placing troopson '4

fl-r.L.; : ; : :;: .:! .I' 'I f, duty at Shenandoah was made pug:, GOLDEN Is the equivalent rainbow Is to known"the bent by a

..,,.... lie today by Adjutant General SteT I I
TOe In nearly all Slavonic '
...?n.nu.. .....*!... ......I......,.. f'. j jA art. Orders also were Issued todayby "
N wWf ful.t ..... ....w.d.. II.. I known by terms signifying !
yA.'.lMM..u' ., ........l l....... J.rl_."I'.llV. I Major General .Miller formailyplacing I t siphon. and in Hungary; it
-."'( "' "'Sf"'Sf "'Sf "';1 1':"1':" General Gobin in command ui MEDICAL I pump" "Noah's pump"or ,

the ii the field. The 1
j trocps goveruor's I
i pump.
OKNKUAL FKK.:>CII SCHE11CLEl I advices from the strike region is i In the province of Charkov. ;

I 1 that everything is quid and that there the rainbow is said to drain : :

Following U I tne schedule French of the are no signs of further trouble. Thgowrnor's DISCOVERY and to present this many are

which governrnentsteamerOeneral THE SEWS prints for the ttatement follows: i with heavy, tteht tilting I !

benefit of the merchant* who *hip ;\i "Unlawful assemblages of person1-! "I am an engineer by trade and the I I forms In the province of !: ;

their goods to the various army j! have conereeated in some sections oiI hard work and worry of running a large tlOIi said to be under the (

po=ts: I Ir I the commonwealth and by acts of violence 1 engine brought on nervous prostration," | three angels, one of whom ;.I : :

va" Pcnsacols ,.. ... .,. no 7teta.m.Lravr. and disregard of law have taken writes Mr. Chas F. Dixon of Arbuckle, I i water the Si'l'Olid'l' s" j I '
Kurranciit. ......... 7::_ia. m.1'iclcrnti '!
human life anal placed life and Colusa Co., Calif. "A friend recom and the third sends the rain.
I.raTr. .... _. -:(ell a. m. I
LrsTr. r.nrrhncHi .. .. .. .... >:15 a. in.fru property in jeopardy. The civil authorities mended Dr. Tierce's Golden :Medical I j The :Malayan natives call I ; i
1.-av. _acola ... .. .. 10:151m.. are unable to preserve the Discovery to me and I bought ore bottle :I same name' that th(1..) the I l j
Arrives K rrune-is llHi a. m. and then
makr tt trip to tort McKre acd th..n return 1 public peace, protect life and property. ; thought that it helped the so continued i water cobra, only that'tll"Y : !
to r.arrancas. the use of it until I had taken sir I I
I>rave. linrraoca-i ...1.15p.m. anj secure the citizens of the commonwealth bottles. I feel better than ever in my meaning double headed the "' I

Lcavrt 1'irkcoi. .. .. l'a: p. ni.L their rights and priviletimler !?".- life. Am not a particle nervous can in Ihaish'King "the double !'
-.ve. .n.acola .. .. 4:'\1, p. m. ', ;1
Lravrt I'lcWen* ... 5:15 p. m. : the constitution and laws. Lawlessness work hard all day and sleep sound at water snake.
\rrl''', Hnrrancns 5:.,> p. m. and nuika : disorder and conduct tend. night. I not only think so but I know I The Turkish children are : .
trip to McK f and rriurji.On :. that the 'Golden Medical Discovery' if they can touch the rainKiw ; !
Wedne-day-ami > Hurd'" the ms to disturb the public peace anti!
cured me and therefore I will recommend fit once have silver heads 1 i I
boat wiU leave }:..nr.l1lca'la'Pick'l[! the! safety of life and property will! it to other'' eyes ;
nod of (
teeth gold. In Jrwce
enfor Peiii.irola at 6MU; m. '1; .'tl I
p. to stippi and to that end snit!
llr. Irene's Pleasant Pellets rttulate the : i
The (Jeneral French is for army portion oi the national guard as may tout's and stimulate the Mugg/ Iner. I thnt the person so : !
-tumble over the end of the ;, j
tmt-ider
only and Illutha1' ,
rurplJ.ft any be ne--a-y to r.l'one the laws wi.l :
a p.i-* from the qiurterma-ter I will have his or her sex f I!
I h, plat -1 1 un I'.iity! to assist the ('!h :! llh....I IN-l.-ilinn*. : : 1 !
take t
o r-a-.ji:e o i er. stantly.
amhonii'! .- :n i l' .--nun? and maintain! VillieM.uiniM: what sloes "lilood" I -._ :

ire i 1'1 a. c .In,1 I oJ'r.! reLttiuiis uietuVM.iuium I

STEAMER LIKE SCHEDULE ."Tlw1.'nfi! of Sditiylkill county, 1 -It means near relations J Quit quarreling with your

having; a'lus.'d; the governor: of his inanility ,, Willie. and the jmlges! and lawyers !
I
to :T'.Mive order and protect { \Villie (after a thoughtful Iause- I cease to rim everything as at
Ilefuecn IVri-ai-ol.i and Million-HeatKIIIIH
-Alchison tluhe.His .
I'le and ;iii"i'taiiil| ) the governor be. Then mamma you and papa must be

lail>' I- \1'1'1'1 Sunday. 'inatisfinl; upon investigation that | the bloodiest r. lations I've got.I .

"CITY OF l TAI'\ (>A." tumult riot and molt violence does \. i "\\'hiif' Sight Threatened.la-t ) r
I The Man TlmtVnke" Me I p. j picnicking
the commanding
1st\ major general
Lv Milton LT I'rnhart lal'I001 1 1 11 year-old boy wa" poi= |
.l am ) ;
I t.'il you w'at, I lo\- my pa;
ArID-rrol9.sub Ar MiHtm :.:''ipm the division national guard of Pennsylvania I Ilo\.lum l '1II,,-1 as much < Isr. "I\:: Kiiuurt triP.*I:"'. will place on duty such portions : 11.- .1\\luIIOOlI to me an' brings Dibble, of Sioux City la. .
----. 1 of the division as in his judgment mui M- lots of toes an' kilo an' things. I bed the poi-ott otf hi. hinds !i
: I Why. other day as sur as fate.Ile and for awhile ; i
ADVISING AN ARTIST. i I be lit cepsary to properly assist the eyes i I I I
I' j brought me homo a tarrivr pup. I j the would lose hi* ight.
: shenS of Schujlkill county in restor i! I love my pa. hut. oh. 1 hate ''neighbor recommended I
TLC0.1 ..uc..atlon That ... ing and maintaining peace and order. I The man that mornin's wakes me up!
tliinlrll.ulril Witch Haz.Ilvl'. The fir ,i
r. I., I ncltr lla*. '
. "The major general commanding '
My pa he takes me fishin'. too. i cation helped him and in a : ;:
.
T'IK I. S.las Ka"tman and Lis wife ]i the divisionvill! report fully to heal When he's got nothin' else to do; I he was as well as ever" !' ;

rtok i-uiuiii'T Uiarders.! One ,\('ar they j quarters. Signed My order of \V'l- i I keirhed a cattish too one day. I di*ease=, cut, burn, scald*, ,
108. a tiuinlier of artivts. who were attractiil '!i liam Stone governor and commander"William ,, Though half way out hr got anay. in-ect bite*, DeWitt \\'
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I by the pirturcs'iue loneliness II in-thiNf." But pa said I might count It. though.An' Salve i.. lIre cure. Kt-lieves
soni'thin' 'l>out the hp an'
cup. .
of the it and Uncle Sikis I Ii.etcr once Beware of ( :
"tiuaii r'ariu. Stewart, adjutant general." i I dearly have m>' pa but oh ;
hesitate! t<> say afterward that I | I bate the man that wakes me up! [iris'i Pharmacy, John :; .

irtlcl were "1"-yuud him." I"They i I they Kiihn.: =
STRIKE IN CHICAGO. I
| I'm always! hearin' 'V.ottt the ..uitWat
ntakf nn trouble about their IcontiIlO |i -- i gets up {early but I (an'tI ]!al.:tmii ftom the Northernvi '

:." I lie slid to u friend when at I Boilermakers and Shipbuilders Nam- | See w'at that's got to do with me; 10 t'.'by-lU." 1.1M HHiMKirders had taken their | 1 ain't! no ant. as I can see;
way i bering 1.5CO Cut; Work. ', I'm just a bnv w'at likes to lieAbtd \ \ :>
ti> fresh tittids. "You i-oultln't call 'em I: '
j Chir'uIH.uu: :-! Boilermakers until it 5 time to cup;
: l>r(>oi|'t. hut then tliey lever mirth ;; I Of course I hove my pa. but I IF YOU ARE
and shipbuilders-! their helpers tc
\\hrther thiugx were hot or (.".1. La>'. st- i. ;i Don't love that man that wakes me cp. m."A" J
j the numb* r oi 1.5"" men employed .II1olm \VallaceVhtteloek.. ;
Slays II..-> utter found any fault. | 1 _____._ LOOKING FOR
- "Uui tl...,'\1' pit curious notions andD211hty '[ in the contract and job shops of this I{ Kind llrarted. I I"IVJt

little t'ji.-ulty and common I city struck today because the Master why" she asked after they haJ i|

et,M''. .IU..t '-ni wits to work 011 apiece I Boilermakers'association refuse 1j I l hummed ulo1t a block or two "do you For the next ten days I \
UMoc.t all the time he was here j I j to concede demands made upon them take this l tUr!-e. It doesn't term to :' I \ ;
article now in I!
I vent out oiie evening; and asked him I j i The ptineipal demand is an increasein be a bit llltlTI-htiPK-:' I I I 1 you any ; I

Low he SIt getting on. and he says: ;: the wage scale of the hoilermake'-! '. "There are M-\eiil hospitals'w'allss! 1 di-count of i'"> per cent from ; :

'tlb, I'lii-le Kilt, the light changes: j jK j from $" cents an hour to ::1,1 cents for out tins: NlhNulssvere; letting out '. ultr: price. Think of it- <

<> fattt and the fleet Is t;.. hard to get i ioud i inside work and 5ft (cents for outbid anotber ii"t.-!h. "I aSS! .1; s like to make; ':aveort a diamond ring :

there's old one night: more.' !I work. Helpers and master want an it easy as iKiM>il..e; fur tJ,' \ietinis." ''|: where at regular price it '

"He was a ni! cents for !Ins 'lp! : i
*!ll".e ; yousave: 2 >
felt *orrfor hint so I says: 'Well why i work and Mom ,25 cents to 3i en.- A YOUNG LADY'S LIFE SAVED.At .
dollar's worth bu
la tunUet haven't the rest of Vm took I for outside work. Other demands! 1, every you i ;
Panama, Colombia, by Chamberlain's i i.< the time to buy your i
LM with j e anil !1..I..t..l ye out? There's are ft ( onltion of the union: nine hour
Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea
ram t'.uh on that canvas for all lay inside and eight hour day outside; Remedy. watch or any other article 1 :

four of je to lie working together: 1 I double. time for holiday work and time very cheap. Call and I : I
Dr. Chas. H. I'tter. ;
a prominent'of .
l-t ye never thought of asking 'em. : and one-half for over time. goods. Itehneiuberthis 1 !

now did je>'I siijx. The IxiilermakPrs and helpers rte physician: P.inamn. Col.mblIn''' only ten days. Xo trouble : !
".\n,1 doe 1 lielifve me. I'm as sure a? a recent letter states : "Ivit March I''gtfod -TEl'H ,
dare J.
I they are determined to secure *. :
I'm htaudmg henin my oxershoes !i the advance, and are prepared to ron I had as a patient a young lady *ix- I1routhPalafox:

from the blank look that spread over ;i tinue the strike indefinitely, if neceesary. teen years; of ate, who had a very t

U* face that the idea I.hlll"\f'r come : The Master Boilermakers' bid attack of dv-entery. Everything i'
into Iris ;jMHtr. Hilish luiiJ till I put it i ( I pre-cribej for her proved in-' The flue=t line of I
j social ion has offered to concede adVance
' I an J. I. .
is at Stephens'
there: j ellectiril an Jhe was growing worse city
"Tilt..,.' ... got their place artists have. of 7; per (cent but its officers sa: every hour. Her parentwere sure !I, at them.

l,ut tliere'd aught to IMa garden'jhtlnUtl ; it is impossible to grant all the de =he would die. She had become s-o

over every one of 'em that 1II i mantis of the union. It is feared the weak that ?he could not turn over in

rr saw! Yes: sir!"-\outh'8 low:: strike will tie up all work In th. lieu.1'hat to Jo at thi- critical i // you wish the '

la..I.II. 1 1l : brant heraffected.. moment< a *study for me, but I ice cream freezer at .

.l ___ 1 thought of Uhainhprlain's: Colic.
Cholera and Diarrl I'' i Remedy and \(,lowest.. price, the
. oru<>. FLOODGATES OF SKIES OPENED.
as a last re-ort pre-cnbed it. 'I he I Hardware Co. can
: Elute few .Jaj'<* nnl xiifeman! wa i -- ino-t wonderful re-ult waelfected.. I

I Rant to serve a '..iiiaiuon- a notorious Record Breaking Rains Visit Tennessee Within euht hour- -hfo wa* feeling; ,,: you.

lH.iber. This piTMin who lived alone'' Alabama and Mississippi.Mi much better ; inside of three day1'

, and bad evaded service successfully Tt'un.n ust 1.-Record she wa- upon her feet and at the end We will launder your '

,l. fir some tim! was tb<> owner of a breaking rains have failen in west of one wfo..k'a.: f'ntir..Iwf'l1.. For 16 Cents each and make

twV "i'tt. My friend whom 1 willJ Tennessee, north Alabama north and .ale Ly all drus;:Ms and medicine ,, like uw. Star Laundry.
dealer. |I
,'an1:11': went to the defendant's I central Mississippi and ('altrrnrka:1 I ,

: II\ but the wily poacher, observing sas since yesterday morning. The I Know One *nre l.rinrdirfcr

F bit approach had tied leaving thee I downpour has been almost continuous aa ol"t Date col
*!<.>r uufaMeiied. Mac saw the gout : for the 21 hours and continues at 11 waste ice, at the :
ti.tl up ua eorner. entered and solemnly I| :
a. but
m. clearing weather is
predict BIG DEAL IN 'MINERAL LAND. Hardware CO.'s.VEEULY .
[ ':11111" summons to him.! after'wbieb j i ed for this afternoon

he -inthe! copy on his horns..
'j i The precipitation at Memphis since Seven Thousand
t lit 11.11'11.nl bor.ie and indorsed the Acres Sold in the \
i yesterday morning is 4.4ti inches; .it State of
j..lr thus. Virgnla. FOR STEAM DIVISION :
'I Ir Arlington this county it was 6.M1 Roar.oke. Va., Auu'u.-t 1 1.- A !
t :'.'1'\.1 by U-avii'i a copy. of this1umiuons spefitlo
In defendant's residence tit inches; at IIt'Iena.rk.. 4.87 inches The RoamAe: Times from \Vyth.ville. .'- ('K'l S\COIiA KLKC1 ItIC :

: -. with an 1I11.11t"'t\'. Reports from the interior come in Va., says the Bertha Zinc com UA1 IjWA Y COM PAN : i I I

WLeft proving MTV lev. :Mac was i i slowly, owins to wire trouble but it !is pany. of Pulaski City, has purchas Trains leave Penaacol for
j
f 112>\'''} by the magistrate: 1 believed! that considerable damage has the piopertj of the \Vythe Lead ani I Bayou Big liayou.Varriogton, >
I I! been done floods and tort barrancas at8tOa.m.arr1VeatPort
j by !
to railroads
and Zinc
'" -\\ .8 tininnrato ot age? company in Wytheounty.. i'.ril(1).I"11
in the lowlands. ,
"Your worship" said my friend, lay crops rash. put s.m.arrive at Fort
lug his hand on the middle button of The property was owned by a joint luu p.m.arrive at Port
\ \VNe \\ nninn.Mr. 11:210 m. arrive at Fort
U.. tunic "be iiad a beard down to stock company and consists of T.IM'IO; p.
Sna;;;:le 1.nIPIishlfOD't be dISp.marriVeatFort } : ,
that.: London Tit.iti.nod.o' acres lying in Wythe and Carroll! coun "&:00 p.m.arrive at Kort Harraocai
: correcting that boy always Sarah Lit : Trains 'alTo tort .
ties and the celebrated lead
and zinc
!: nature take Its course won't :you? oola at7lSa

Spurt. :Mrs. suable; dayiu aside the shin- i smelting; works at Austmville. on New .m. arrive at Pensacola ..... : < '
Willie! r \vho rd.\ } river in Wythe .__
uciaiiin. was (\ 1"1-nl do county, which hate HiUOp m. arrive at Pen> :
1= liotliin of the sort Mr.
by W. K. VsnJerlilt "without been operated for 2:')u p.m. arrive at Pentacola.._
(com Snasr: :'le. I don't intend that any woman more than 12.1 years 5i.i p m arrive at Feneacoia_.... ; ;
ment. recently rode SigmunJ: .\. to hall hate such a bn band as I've furnishing munitions of war for the 1 7:
I victory at Chicago:: for Harncy Schreltr. ; got if I can prevent Vr. United Mates government in the! wars :,,1):4ip.Haiarilarionl7 m arrive at Fensacola <

The colt was backed from 25: to of the resolution. 1X12 and
ibiS and FARE FOR WKIK DAT!.
1 down to 1: to 1. Money doesn't bring contentment of for the coniwlprate ,.a')::.. in l'tiHi5. feoiaoolato Port Barrancaiand <<
--'---- -- -- -- 1 Pensacola to Navy Yard and r<'
It Needs a Tonic. mind but St keeps contentment from Killed by Boller Explosion. i I'entaoola to Palmetto Beacb and
petting! lon"lclI1e.-Gllltimon: N'ews. W SCHDAT ICHIOUDK. i 1 !
Huntington '.a. .
Austin
t There are time* when your liver 1 -Joseph
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weather tbe
, When permits
need* H tonic. Don't give purgativesth A World Wide Reputation. Hardesty. a prominent awm.l! oren concbei.Lravt .

..t gripe and weaken. DeWitt'* Chamberlain' C.lic.Cholf'r.1 and man of Lawrence county, Ohio was feoiaoola. LT fort
Little Early Ki<'r" expel all puf.on killed by a hoiler explosion: at his m.; ( a. m. 10 '
Diarrl: vi Remedy. :\= a world wide lla.m. II
the v-tem anJ art '
Irom a. tonic to on 011 creek Four
tons were I m. t
the li'er. W. ,ott. 531 Highland reputation\ f- ouh injurM it
\f'iton. 1',1. *:'iy"I hive fills ml .. is feared two ot S
f< !HV 1 plea-'ii't It'd< -:tf 0I ike. p. m t
r carried D"Wrt'* ittle Kirly Ki-er For air by all dru/:ItUlJ dil.er thl m may de.: 4p. m
for everal .. ( p. m I ,
with me yeaiitiii w> uld ip.m '
uot b.- with'"i: t' ..m'" Small and Mans :'H"'OI1O: m chi community FAKl VttTVDATt'eniaooia I .

gory t.' lake. Purely vegetible.Ttjpy O BTOR.X.A. ire .ufferin r from kilney complaintwho to ortEtrrancai : :
n.vetu;\** or ditreHir 3ati the i'a t h'S Y r'.11 Ms.'S B.IJ'' c.'u'd avid fatil results bv asme 1u4In4r-tcrr._ ._.__. :
oi&ooa to Palmetto Bea b j.
gi-' Ph lunacy, John theppard Sid r.i ure ... Koloj* Kidney Cur. \\'. A. r tnro.____,

Lry Kat.n. ,.r :,I D'Alemberte. 121 S: P.tbf..x. j I So elltbt ev''d after 4:16 p.





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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1902.

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3fatEN C1 STRONG TIDE. I j MANY STORES ARE ROBBED i


H : Attempt to Swim It.B.O' BEERS I Can] of Burglars Pass Through Ber- Don't Treat SymptomsGo

tvtnel.ih'la.. rlen County. after the cause. Stimulants and cathartics will neverrur indLr tlon.

i : w' i I! Tifton Oa, August 1.-A gang cf They may temporarily: relieve the system but tinneit mealcv| 11 kMla.. Tb.

...-t i. .::, fr"m! Famous the World Over-Fully Matured.SOLD I! burglars passed through Berrien this I food should be digested. T:'e n'Jurblunt'nthcalthllfL.tb U coaUi&

t.j > .'. i.i at .. .,. EVERYWHERE. week. They were evidently experienced should be appropriated-absorbed by the cy>u-nj.
r
to 11\ I. ua.1 I I in their work, as their tracks ,

i-O an.1 i KODOL
Uy nt prose

giHtl. to abandon! PEOPLE OF I I : ;I Tuesday night the store of S. Har- Children
purifies,clean'estn'nrthen4 and s..t.tt'1I4'hf ttonurh.
-0 IIhfaoral.I.'ul1-, \ tell at Staunton was entered and his Thrive This new df.eoverydrst:, + all (rUM of d.<-l and ,btl.t.

.nhrequtntl!) latnlat 1111 Re r.uflr.l.i ute, a largo one blown open a hole the stomach and digestive: .ril:1ni: In a*aMnulaur in4

.. in list water ISHttn C1arles j Jo;. '" having been drilled la the side opposite transforming it into the kind r>f n.iri"hOKfct thoU 1. ,

by the strong I as IJuftalo" Jorii',. has Ut the cull box. Only about $10 on takenupbythebkMdandtPrltothattsue* thmuiboul
i. ",ImmlrI cll was Secured.: thevanuiHorgan: of the 111111,. Kodol rurci |n i til Lm3ili uariiftt for \ ; and dlspep'lathu4 removing the (3Uooe of all totuictt
i as at the rate : The same night the store of Sha- Kodol
Park Mr. Jones i> \\fll : trouble Kodol i 1 ves such Mreneth t*> the N.ly that
&
tl.f-n making, it |' chief for I Shaw at Lenox, was burplaruedand : it is invaluable! in all waning di c.i" *+.

'.'m 36 hours 'o'I c\iionvnt a a gold watch valued at |23, and "I wish to thank you for what Kolol tilt done for nu write* CttrviBiilrV'tt.roilrll IX.
I 1
'.. of the proi>csal that the three I "It cured l..s.
or four valuable rings were 1 me otdq.prpalaatterer.rythlnel.nDadf> R'p.nllrlP4liJotllpdp.Jtae
i.-.ilM iu his a:- I i do Hitnetliing to |prevent taken. right swap I cheerfully! retrommnJ It"

uLiit'l. he covered :j J 1 i'itiuttii cf tin AutTicaii The store of J. L. Matthews Kodol Digests What You Eat.,
& Co.. Prepared E..CDeR'IttACaCDketa The'l t.>tt> cont.'ln,:'{ tlnwt it rnll'bb, kCtitUmrasurementi -
r alfttar.ce from has Len u hunter and at the same place>. was entered and its the trE klic "hi-h..u.fvrSts

', .' W this horning of Lis life and as a n'-ideut the safe blown open. Matthews hal Dcn.'III'S Lillie Irlg; Risers[ thd t..mllUI rattle n....r puu t..r boars.... ofeuasUpolun.
I i luckily taken hafr. tboruu,'". Tl. j B.rrr frtp
.1. although then his money home with

off the r'renrs i iiMUted il him and nothing else was missed. John I'herrard.Hari'l' l'harll1lC'l'hhl"Y "at'llTh..u.tI.

\, that Hoi- Sic I Some tim during the same night

Varnc buoy. tl3 i wgrt i the comm: y of p D. Phillips at I

lip western side t' I| Osgood. of which \\'. 1'. Oossett Is ..... Sela.h.

I< ">n illation was !, 1l i manager, was broken into and some 'rhoug-htll'"I'DI': of others is iivtblns

<
: tt i .autt. Ho- 1: missed.w the curse of humauiQThe in.i-i: l.... :r-. rf;

ho on leaving un eleuited travpauses .. ,'
>t ointeil. butt .
; at the Lead of the ..t.uru, /frt ,.;. p' -
istalrtT ii"U""t
IIi .
tn-rti a" Foundry Business Prosperous. his ci-'ar is s-ellish. He ineorr '. )-, ';- f

.4 wa.in.. Cleveland 0., August 1.-The Foundry modes u'! : ( :., l' ,
I fur August publishes the results w l u,l a { '
.. t"" J
f.t fli .Ml. I I.t sFf, j j
t1 V
Yi down the stairs ahead of the ." .
of an inquiry into new construction e.igi; r l' 11 :.

I I. ,Iri-Ili iitiv ;i' I.:. v.H .. in the foundry trade in the first sis crowd lowly, indifTerent to the brassof ,, ,#'. ,

-.i. months of U i2. It finds that 40J (others west bo nu awful thin;;: at I J '; If
I
r ui: ";i- ia1'i: i (cy +..g. ,t, new foundries are under construction home. lie who iwti'-es to tie his "tliocregardless I, / a -: -Y I

'a TL I. 1 I of the interruption of traliii-1, '
: or hate been projected during this
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: to t: 'I' is a brute in his fllluit)'. 1 see all these ,
:, period or an increase of nearly S "f'
t* .1'! I.. : things dozen times and wonder
a a day i 'i'{
per e>-nt. The surprise of the yearis I
ir Ijl; 1'I ; the large number of new steel foun what Kind ot liu-s such t>ersons "lead in I. ''I i
the family circle. One of tti commonevidences
-" : dries. _:') new concerns ha'ing.te\ :!lI L
A'GTV'tr J of thouditlessness; Is scow in '
::
!!! ; organized since Jan. 1, or an increaseof
'./ : those who stand in the middle of the
; I :7: per cent. The malleable ca.->tings -
I sidewalk to chat while multitude* ore j
h it! tb* pi'uir* jforced
[ industry shows ten new shops to th fleet make offset ia : Preserving Time
: : > t I ('r nn
I' 'lxi'inneT: > I
I : building or projected an increase o!
11 order to them. The I of '
pass more see
.It a a ct.ld lu one Uij1.i Il1 !;
i 3 pir ctnt. men the p-eaUr !is my resjioet for in the kitchen H r..bbil nf it* t.rrr.rasses *

t a good Bed I'' 1 j rye.CIISRLIiS rye. I I Hanging in Mississippi. 1'ress., and lJull's.l'W Vork tdogs byu-insa;; (8.\*> M e .\'.:. This I. a

r- Crib for the : I I Hatticshurg. :Miss.. August 1.-Will veritable boon ill the hou 4w11t'. N,.

Marxian $ Dentzler a young negro was hanged
; ; II privately in the courthouse yard here Quick Relief for Asthma Sufferers.heat:, no dirt : eaves time UborFoiey's and

today for an assault on Mrs. Ed 1 Gard, Honey and Tar atford" lots .
J. J() : w"rry With It TOO have cleanlre
i ner, a respectable white woman. mediate relief to a.tbmautIHH* in
b"I'mf1cihar with the i the worn and if taken in ne'-, comfort, coutnio and
C. He stuck to his confession of the stage- time
buffalo ai.d utti-d with I will effect a" cure. W. A. D'Alem-
Nasal trsn. crime made several days ago. ec-nomy. A full hue ..f (I*. Itsarr
Q the rupiilitjitU: \\lni-h i berte, 121 S. Palafox.

CATARRH AM tin-: |1.:1I11-o! was (ussiii!; I for ,; ,,ir lit I.'ac-i ..
q Wt4 Irlt. byGas I' r
k4 .loin's \\.i- l.iriiily iii> A Cure for Cholera Infantum.
re cc,.1 gr !..' I 'I.a-t ," Mrs. Curti If you want a nice present to give
tir.ii. t |'|>r"|>ri.ttiiin May sass
hitfl'ER Jtr Baker) of Itnoktt alter Ohio to a frien g-o and look through the (1
N.-"IOI! otiuro* fur I "an infant LCllSdColl}
ts I child of neilib"r' uf- tle ant line of suitable article* at
mint If a ;.\0\ ,'rUIIII'lit I> : :! our was ( uu..
J. I. Stephen*, run urely can find
from cho'erinf The:
i feting lltnm.
1'1(1\\,1:1'!;
It is I
I.trk.
met which will Ito wider i doctor had given up all hopes of re- ,;i I aomethinjr to plea-e yon. If you 35 and 27 I. Girder St PtnuccU. f',.
Diamond
; want anything in the line{
covery. I took a bottle of Chamber- _
I j be sure to see him before --- '----'
| lain';Colic. Cholera and Diarrl-d-a you buy

I'rrtl l.nmlit en ;J Remedy the hou-e. telling: them -
? '. entry'!1' Fmh'l'ick K. Ijimlis of that I felt ure it would do good i if CHOICEST
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.1":<'";_ I.M.: LPn'! j':1peC man who | i I I used according: ,, In two I I j i You can get your house
: :
dayi"' timt! the child had fully re -.t-
fiflllli.lltl'll for erleon)1)letefft.llar
:1: In.;;- oonuri'ss:: tu ; fiernisl -
covered and i* i nearly a
HI.'I'alltl..'<.ll', is t-f : now yearnice i 1 '
one
: .,' Yo:k. ers iiidis.. all of whoui ) a vigorou*, healthy girl. 1 ':' ston fsicce1; on easy /jur/- fOlllTQ AND CONFECTIONERY[
have recommended thi remedy litquently -
a \ulI. Km fertile farm in 1 and have never know it to ? i or inontlily.t I

all of whom h.ive uiade fail in any single instance." For t A -

-;'--' One brutiur i< iiow U sale by all druggist and medicine ,

irec;, die I Is c in ; dealers. PROFESSIONAL
physician
h ,.ci1;\ fOR CARDS. C. APOSTLE'S
1 .. ...__ _
ore Is j l.n'Uia't'J'! of =son 1 n ,

THE PEOPLE. IJi-<}. and one is a l.iwy r !I W. C. ROWE, M. D.
: Curol I 1 U! East t GoT 1Oll1 flt St.
"Talk to in-- Unit the .. : Foiey's Kidney I ,
Office: 17*. S. 1'aUfox
in;." said I'n'd Hindis the.1.1I1L1'I i nukes kidneys and bladder r12ht. I f'>rmerlv l'.
( H rj 1..1..1011.. Cent, .1.1I1L1'I ;| Hours from S towra.mu.aadIIaIp.m; 'rd'valte-tauraultand:
tl kll"1111: IIMlllt tlum. '!
in I or Uord j... head the brothers of ui on the I > and after 7o'clock One c.ir-l"i "f llii.-aj'plf. nt '1.71

II. t .. n "o./,'. Indiana; : and father.Ve : One of It. AJNautaae.. i 3liono Gfj. to I2.U) per doXfiiLAW .
r His attempt to quiet the baby bad'!'
wnl.bly old horses, mal \\
.. necessitated a continuity of effort that i
1. \ IIi.1:1U and fath'T wi.rkeil from ; : i'
-.... lark to raise, enough; !>!uIT was wearjing.; i I|I DEPARTMENT
"Well. he growled at last, "I can I I
h..rH'>.
.1. gold Turn
see one great advantage; about the cradlooftbedcip. -
1.kuubJII"r./ --41.-
"..? >trlcttluA. "I'liullj one of tli ."
that :ace two of the burs
I i Hsitr, ; "
"What is that? she asked!
----- 0;:', out in the \voil.l teal '\ "It is au automatic ruckl'r-Cblcag,) ; John B. Stetson University
could do. and when the I
> niprou rent >ct'l News.
died all I Do Ln11cl. TloitlM
auountn HI low'i we got away. >
> Lull F:. Brook j
tit>,,fijs M.. Mssrr I Oil from the COttOI1 l41. sunflower JOHN 1',1'ORIlB5. I'll II., Prp.i.lPot ..XI.UDUT: lUUlUI. M, lt.l Nan

8 in 1mH'ljroa Dr. Patton'"II Urr)" sold olives or peanuts contains the fat Tall 'I'crni CIIIIIMICIK.<'s \\..-IIH-M.I> O< |lM-r I ItH':.
\Vhi-ii I it. I'atton. who dements of ,n.1as its other
1 nwd nun..uy .-y? : meat as I TWO Y.A1t'l..ol'lt-* :-Tli- L1**' brparlmrntuf lobo a: "trh.,. I "
wrr.ty ivi
amount you "' antrnu tired from the invsuleiicy food tlualith's.CONSUMPTION. I a twn-vrnrs' couriH. KftJini. tm' ilritrrr of 11.. K

.'> K.id lowf.i ratHi toti w II-. (pastor of the Fir:- -- -- --- UKUKKB, AP t11'1'4 Tc TII E: K\K-Tlir.plomaof t'IPl.aa !I.-i.rlt>i..i>l "f John H.
-.' o :topro\M city realr Stetvm I'mvcrntv Brtinit* to for Far
'b.r. "'. Mouth I'alll'Intf ri:in church! .it Princeton, .. THREATEN rl'KTMKK: lSr<>KMATt"hi,; >rtli.- l.annomu "e of u.i i a't.ti..Ih-r4P. .
< ('.1111"' prexnli'iit of the 1l11 "I j I sired ialurmatioiiregiirditi e'i.! I."" I l'riitriinriit.Wldrr..
was troubled with a hackin1'
ALBEnI':
J. FAHH.\JI ,
e.in..f
conseiitdi one =undaj ( I cough for aand I Law U"I'.lflml'"t.'
a thought I h d
I "O'Utll10;\ 1:Y ; Y' : ;,i ..
nlilUi* I brusher r. f. ui.l KU
a cIcru.Miinn
.. > tour property, pro- consumption, says C. l"n/'r; 211 i!
r bar or Nell real, ."s. a scniioii :it the =SIM mid! Maple tit, Champaign, 111. "I tried '!
Nor rlf.cnptlon bavt
> ir sate attended to. ('hilI". oj in the colleui' to" a great many remedies and I wa under ,
.I. ... r. Wat.on t Co. ton went tll the pulpit ; I the care of physician for *everal i Tulane University of Louisiana.

II.'.-.flee..'" rllte.4rtlt9.To ....(I'.n ryon,"*, tion sot preaehilt,;.' .about I month*. I used one bottle of Foley* i
Honey and Tat. It cured me, and I
"it u wP will tend money INJoxv a.rloAu".
'
t a hnunM. dtli I have not_been troubled since.' :, -
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tl ..\. 141 =. I
Olt EVERY I I EDWIN A ALDKRMAN
i r.-"Ttlmt? I" I BANNER.SALVEj LL.D., Pr:std nt.

ji>l <..r >om (Iwcliuu, Ihe most healing sal va In th-world FtllCourSPSlnllagaaZrtNciPnrPt.Eoglnrrnot
.. '. .' Knolil within ini Sutler from -toniach -- -- hPven $farat0 1''p"rtm''III.. utin I..w, Mt4irln, lyerwaPp. ,Art
IiulldmlU.rlll"'
I i.tbr.rir.
,';.i:.1. care police tHtion.."". U ci Neglect>u-tipatd I tlitmatter b twtU at and; Marston $ Quina have and Workshops. Mplendut I>riitrluirot for women la tbt .N..eowl>l'al(.g L..r.-I"..

become chronic. Take I' 1 Tulane mak..sl..adl'r5 In all vocntlont. lit tvllill* titr InMructian *r* aa.eryr......
I mutt drktrable IoU In ; : some very nice Dressers and : In the-outb. Kuhty-'iit+tructnnandl"S >J..o..I".tr"ntua. !M' .a, ........'
"y terms, by tht Klsher :Motnach Bitter at the ; ; In theacadrmlcdrpartairntouralo loos'lNn. bov. t,n>fat..t "1M'1mI..III. ..-'It
,. Wash[ Stands cheap. I tlTifor; srs,lun. Hoard and loilgini In dorm.tort..L In.
y rig Mouth Pilaf o: torn and avoid uuuecf-"u ; I, ; very r.t. IleWUtweIN..4erltracademic .
stud-nt* for srlf
l"almf It will tone up the ,! Just the thing to go with! for collf';f work, will" l>c turned-brip.awNr/nibP from\.mlel'oIl..C.iQitlility to pujr', ni"..lIutl.tw'y. Hprjtr\jt>.il sewn ph,6Nre tM.

r '\'I..I-\llIh'. the appetite purify the : j j Iron Becls.I gins October Ui. Send for Catalogue.
iib-nlutely cur Sine Addre'.
H 1\. tiKI It. i*.." .'.r'
I ,N .\ wantr4 ..,aprrlrn. DI//.1N;:<, I.NPUiEyiloX I -
A ff\v doe* will -- -- --- ---
..x..I |i''y. Emanu"l.r& : \: I' ;" :HA --- -
a \ .. 1\' you uf it* value. FUR ,:'I -

... for men In lf, rn bar- )KI'iCil.TS. i ;'. ,GO TO* I
: I
.r.. I take petition* ", alt- I
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< or iitflpt v xitur- i
I. to *1S '" f.-Wly '" hrni' !
> q.. maild free. Moltrw STOMACH I
'. Tlcitni. Lit. .'11).tf ., F. E BRAWNER'S.

11 .1 TI =J). .

\
\ ,..oaf ilicltor.: will pa' DR.
1
onto rithi ont Ad-
.ff'......
mattttrntromF
-For
Seven
\\ '.i ;_cam bin TRY NEW i Days we will gffer the Following Priceg.- .

'
i'" -" prrcwrefor. po i FOR THAT
'" .nil.< to
,'tt ttlur ItappjayitJylnr la. TAKE NO 20 doz Men's French Neck, drop200 Pair Men"* New Orleans Sewed You should lfae of
-dtwl : rtiched, undershirts for 2;c ; drawers or Cable Screwed Shoes' for this sale, I/tdiM' look at our
Cures MU'h; and Low
l\It *. kinai ot empty beer match.. U.2solid; leather. W" can save Cut .-tlft...
It.\ KklEOHAlt. DOT tf Colds Bronchitis ; 2;) doz Men's Fancy striped Lace you inout-y.
,
and Plain, Silk Finished, Balbrigan 175 Pairs Men' Hand Vici I.''' yard I/nwn, feat colored,
1'1 1/ritv. PneumoniaHay Fe" Undershirts: at 4 jc each ; drawers to Kid !Shoe in four di Brent shape worth *c, to clue.> at lie yard

1 \:11: .. BROWN LKUHORNSt.Mk risy, LaGrippe, match. toes regular Jt, for this sale $2.56; a b ) X-Bar: Mu'.lln. regular 73

'" tt .. H.r.s..arotl'o'and F.gga lor. *iII .\"1U". Sore Throat, 10 doz Men X-Bar Undershirts, pair. good tJ clone at 4 ,c 1Ud.

worth 5uc, for 4oc ; drawers to match. I have bought the full line of Levy. Iilll iOyard UtblMched: DouieitlD

11It CoUOJ'ot! ., Whooping Cough. I I :5 doz Men's Scriven Patent, seam Pou Co. boys' shoes that I will clone to elms. at J'*e.
1 Ua( )
\1 \1 BEiB1e.-lfanutactD eer NO CURE. NO side drawers, worth 65c, for this sale out at cost fa\t yard, Befit Cheek; Iingham
; a Kuir: (ttood. H.11. Toilet Prate SOc. and $1. TRIAL I Jby' colored regular 7c goof,. tot
thU ule
125 Lc.lU .
W
.te..Civ Uovernment II 2S doz Boys Extra Size Pant, 12 to pair Boys' Easy Walkers reg.
I 17 year, worth f 1 a pair, for this sale ular 60c good, to close at 35c pair. I Linen pieces White and KM Tab!!
I. | 'op I.'"ru'rui +. I oOc. regular 4<>e tr<>od*, to close s v
75 pair Men's Low-Cut Patent : )c yard. No one 6
We over yard
a full line
r v carry of Boys' Wash Leather
',K H'.NEKALM farnuneily PENNYROYAL Pants. Call !Shoes we have been selling 30! piece M'dJc&tfd
: ,.* 'J jUttI orlp..ct.1 d..llgnlr and see them. at f2. O pair, to close at f 1.75 pair. 21-lneh CntcOl
ir )IrnoLa \\ I/d la\ .a. Unit Diaper worth N>, fur this sale!
eat (;r..gory 'J aA Ft. a...-....h. .. iJC. ,
"'--- :!lid I m ( (or riliriiMTKK-s '

1 i '1' U. KK.lt. ul trtl.l. ".'.\. This Sale will
1'1.1111'1'arti. "tb .nll' l' Positively Not
-l1 >o. Run
r.
.
... II.......... ,.".llt.d.. Longer Than Seven Days.
t .. ,. ,,
4 t:M nd ..Io.t if" tlon Buy f arUKO 1>""
.. teilfrntraeri tr P.rtlmUra.
>d for f .
eaitomrci f
al' Kr Hrf r L.JIM.
\1 ,'- no.;r.S Welt Uregory.T Z- .... MalL 1''Ol.u T...
;.i>=isl05 SOUTH
Jlm Il,.'wc tu,&.,r n.c "!"lodIH..I."w'........... PALAFOX STREET. .








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t.l THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1902

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p 1't5 A C A.D '1 made tithe to effect him that since if the he July would primary with- ''I: Dhat are Humors :? I "Slniiest i ii.: I ,


: 1l gilEWSI draw, and give the new commission They are vitiated or morbid fluids cours- I

I the bentfl: of his experience and ;, r the"t'ins and affeiting-the: tissues. ,,

I II technical knowledge its secretary 'I Itt'y are commonly due to defective diges lio I'2I 11 nn.I.nd11 .
I Entered: at the 1'0'1 Office at Pensacola.Ft .
.
, *., ,..cond-cla-.a inattr-r. the salary: of that office would be in- 4 tion but are sometimes inherited. Low jj I/ .

'i created from l.uO to ?.'.;11V, at the How do they ma'.ifest themselves? Very
OrriCE :-fltf, Building 211J$ south I furrus uf cutaneous
In : eruption
f-l-toi kiri-vt. up-stair next legislative session. many
I THE[ [011111811[
I sat rheuiu or eca'ma pimples and boils l
I In refusing this curious offer Mr. i TO
THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. and in weakness, languor general debility.
Day declares: that "if those gentlemen -

Terms: Invariably in Advance. I with to foist upon the peopleof I I Huw are they expelled? ByHood's Mountains, Lakes and LIFE( ASSURANCE! I I I1 ',

Oat Year by Mail ..... $3 W .; Florida a railroad commission so Sarsaparilla I I
Bta Month .. 25o ineiiicient that it fears to stand I i uhlrh also builds up the system that has VIA
On* Week, by Carrie, Payable Monday 10 ." t..
from them.
|I suffered
he "will be
a lone. never a party to .
t i I It Is the best medicine tor all humors. ..arvr mill .
TELEPHONE NO. 118. the imposition. If my services-if j j.i, Louisville & Iti' .

.._ : my experience and knowledge the |

railroad: business are to be utilized i j' urpu; frolD" !

'I upon the railroad commission in the M'KINLEY Saturday, August druid+ ..,. paM

y e y future as they have been in the past, j : to J'oUt h..j .
,
f I i it will be because of my election by | ROUND TRIP 1\11.1 P. .. .

: S8AOOLA, AUGUST 2, 1902 | l the people and not because of my POSTAL CARDS -w iu.nrt4ct ini

.__ I acceptance of a subordinate position I Chicago, $15.00 .tilIUsutseer > .

I I at the hands of men incompetent to -- I lI..c.i .11, |\11"X..tuh..zandlll'
THK Jacksonville Board of Trader
i discharge the duties they hope to The Pensacola postoHice, within a Louisville $ 12,00 St.
banquet in honor of Florida's sena-j': ,
tore and representatives iu the con-i'i I 'persuade the people to confide to |few days:;, i is expected to be supplied .al .. ? nf .! ..
.
fit*;* of the United ritates which their keeping." i! with the new style of postal card re- $18 ROUND TRIP TO FOLLOWING : '-|. '...' Hereby-cunt:>' "i"
I This is plain talk and Mr. D.y'sI i
;
took place Wednesday, evening wa when fortified i i cently issued by the postoilice de- Norfolk, Old Point Comfort LoW and tit! \i.
competitor even by
happily conceived and splendidly I I -r t' an! .M m byh1111If,1
the influence the other members partmeut iu honor of the late President Hot Springs, Virginia
executed hy the representative bus i- I I i
of that whom he thus arraigns-will have a : McKinley. The local office hasi t

The nett various men address enterprising were patriotic city. 'tough job of it in meeting and overcoming !i!! ,on hand at pre-ent quite a supply of Asheville, N. C., $14.00 Deer ) Hid "

and appropriate and the honor done !|i 1 their effect with "the plain !i i (of the old style cardand the new Niagara Falls, $20.00 I..I \.
people" of the state. I j jj
l<>our repre-entatives at the national i memorial cards will come in at the ROUND TRIP. '". "Pil ,' I -
capital was re-ponsive! to their great: I .
j LOOK PLEASANT, PLEASE. next allotment. !
rerviceand profoundly appreciated I Inut : Tickets good returning until .\ -
I Photographer: C. C. Harlau, of i A sample of the new card was received -, ROSA SURhBATHING
but Coaches Chair
only by them by the people'tlf | Through Sleepers Cars
j Eaton O., can doo" now though: for > i
s- the entire -tate, irrespective of j I ;years couldn't, because he suffered yesterday afternoon and i it j j ji tiling the best. ESTA:

party. :, > untold ae'ony: from the worst form i i shows a decided advantage;: : over the i I
-- 'of iudi.{e-tion. All phy-icians and I l R. W. SUBLETT, Ticket
Al>vur.t'tis'.the u-ei>f the Indian medicines failed to help him till he ||I former ones., Lettering on the card I \F wi.I .

. tried Electric Hitters, which worked II is I.. I 4 v I.
WAr ciiini fund in the etiblihii.viit I plainer arranged, and has a clean .
such, wonders for him that he de u. "r t''j'' '
of a tit technical :t-chool j claresthey\ are a
which we already have at the Arri-; from dy-pep-it: and tom a c h i j ji I itself is much thinner than its pre- !t tI 4lirifl I If ?
cultural college-the Punta rorda !]i trouble 'Turivaled\ for di-ea-esof: : I I I.;,.- f..>.. ,I.
Jlrrallprut"-t.. lI aiu-t the project :the Moaned: Liver and KidneyThey -. 'deces-or, and the paper employed i iu i j ('U t-

build up an.! iiive new life toI 1 : its manufacture is of a much better
vt a complete utul aderjuite exhibit I ,the wholo.-y-tem. Try them. Only 1I I I5iic. !
at the M. Louis expo-ttiou by ilJti- I ;; Guaranteed by \V. A. D'Aletn-1':( '(iuality.j Green Vv' Krvlx: t Jjr ,
that it WIulJ'i'e I berte, dru gi-t.i ; !. ff "! t' I- i-
mating \ someone :i ; j j! The portrait McKinley is printed Itf'rtt., I -

lucrative job at M. Louis who-ei' -..ltllrd.laud will sell : iu the left hand corner devoid of l I, il < tu ,, t I! .
Monday we
labors are likely t'i redound cruelly It. IIALLIDVV ( 'n': (
M yard.ti. an I :fti-inch Percale for i| all scroll work, as is the ca-e aroundI I 1'hoi C. W"+,n ,
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to the intere-t- "f laud speculator ;oOcentregular: ; : puce -1.1111.' F. E. .y. u.ll.wru Ii', ,
How? An exhibit would alverti-e llrawner. I Jeffer-on's head. A plain line surrounds -I ..t1rr JU'"t na"

the tate'i: climateoil, re+ource", i: the McKinley features and' '1 .11 I" f'lllr II. I

etc., attract immigration, and thti- YACHT CLUB ;t the words, '-Po-tage one cent. b43- 1I I .... m will uv>>r '

llerl'l-e the population and wealthof JMcKinley-liJOl.i' This is, in plain
the t.lte.nd without danger of 1 i o-or- .,
: WILL MEET i type.
SECARIS BATH -
pedal benefit to the "lani s-pecu- ,

later,.," if the matter is wt-ely I The seal of the United state: appears
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placed a- it should be, in the hand? I| ju-t opo-ite McKiuley fen Umbrellas M Fanc I"...i' wt*>r ... .. "i- .
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The l'ell"col.Y.lcht Club will y ror wtri/r p. .
of an hone-t cotllU1i.-iuuer. I. tures.A upirttllrnt f .r : If.f

i hold au important meetiui Monday '''AU!. ;\:...,. -' ,..
AM ..HilI :\<. to urauces made by I space is left for the cancellation j -SATURDAY tli h'ruw .
I } MONDAY AND lit 1
nizht at r o'clock and all tho-e : .
Senatcr Platt to the pre-Ideut, :New i mark, and other improvements are .. .
York will eud a solid Roosevelt I members who h ive been slowin attending :! noticed over the olderles.. i, I'.rr ('rvall|.,. II I ,
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delegation ttt the next national convention [ previou-y] are especially. I
i( The Is-ue i- expected t>) r.ceivl'much One Lot Ladies"inch Mercerized and (tli>
with the expectation of carrying I urged to attend. I : 134
134
135: ;
that state in ('.alt. Mnce NJ'I;:; ', Special matters of importance to favor. !|I, ?1 i'o; each, now. .. . . .... . . . .. t ) .

the republicans have taken four:
pre-ulftitl candidates from OHIO.,' (come up for di-po-ition will be the H:|i McUnffie's Turpentine & ; One Lot Lidieand Men's i-inch Gloria : s&lUnils ,+

fail elected ; four from Illinois:: allelected 1 arrangement for future race and 1 1i ,'! Matt on Suet Lung Plaster I j i: Jtttd..wlth Patent Slide 1 : T> t ; j
: were fl.oO
; two from Indiana (one i i, !tire placing to -everal purpo-es of is a certain cure for wh\"piuiC'lu, [ .ntw. 2U.'I 1\ ,. .. .

tinted '. and one from Maine. In''i the surplus fund. now in baud.f I{lea,: "yand comfortable, work:; while j' ALL I.'AXC1'ILOL: :-; AT HALF II. I

.tb Ultl'lI1lUj the we-t. whence all '' : you sleep.
o .
I 25 TENTS.Sold : ALL M'AKKED IN PLAIN 134 134 1
For .
thirucce+ful candidates were I Over 1lY"f'an. I|
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by John =Sheppard do-.1'ti,; -
taken fur the t'I-t, whence they have i MRS. IXsI.OW's tvioTHINO SVRTP has
j i (bern U5d former bitty milliousol I I i ,stow street.NOTICE >.. ,
I', yrutt by .\ AND .IA1 v u Wi.t t r
iieer Jet had rticce-.ful" candidate ; mutbi-r tor their cbiKlrrn while teething. I|.f ---- ---- FANS'"IIXX.!' 1 ; 1 !f ll'fie' 'I" u i '
with perlfCI bucetIt OOthes the child I I IMifieBittie HALT i'iin : .
wIlll'nCollut.-r v ,
they new peril .J: Ht' "
I KUin-Hll">> Hllritmcures wind ,, TO CAS CONSUMERS
that may .lT-- et the advantage of 'colic and I Is the ben reiiierty lor hmrrhoeii I,| m : '" t.lie \ .
It will relieve the poor little tutTerer in,. !
capturing New York with a New j 01l'dlllt..ay.old by Ilrulil.t.ln"v..r'parl MOSQUITO BARS AT GREATLY
of the world.! l'.nty.nc..nt.. a bottle I!I
York C.1IIjltJ.lta. That After July 31 the otlice and '
state since ,/He sure you a>.H for "\f Window's BoothDg wareroom '
!...!..., haf gone democratic as often as Syrup: ," and take no other kind. of the i'en-ae"la G.i- Co. will -- \ \ *
t b" at No*. Y 5 and 2, Ea-t Ilroadway
It has republican. It is a seesaw i: Men's and Hoys' Straw Hats for ( Garden street >. A Bisr Collection of Lawn, (liiiKham-, ) l |
plate. chierty intent the worth I'>. lY'\ and loc: 'ardtocllJ'ellut at. .
upon C. F. ZEEK
capture I Is :
+s than half price this week at i i'I : \\ II'INeed

of rich: juicy federal patronage; '' Win. Jiihii-ou.. :eon'". Fre-h tock.. i"jtf ---:\lanl-er. lrCome Early and Jet 1'1r-t .
the
plumwhether candidate
he
Saturday and Monday we will .set i ,
Jeinocrut or republican. It sacrificed r 10 yard* Colored Dimity for -lucentregular ; b .t I I.of I.
Jreely for (;rant in 1:>72 and i BAY EXCURSION SUNDAY price. TO; cellt/'f'. E. l yawn-

Cle% eland fur Harri-on iu Iw" ; and 1 I 1 er. GREEN T urpv-: '
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in 1-:1:: Cleveland would have been:i !l| The hst for thpipnc "If.. ,_.r_ .-.r_ .. .I' i
tlrctfd without New York's electoral The framer Enterpn-e will run l a tt ree Ce ever +old here. .! b.- ,r r "
:I J O. M. Pryor's Furniture '.. lino-...
vote, and was nominated in -pit e an excur-ion :Sund'iy to the Life I
Store.PENSACOU. RECISTRATION NOTICE.The ..
: '. h. k., w-
?f New Y.nk opposition both atbonip Savingtati'iu; :.mi make a trip out bf'1 It/i. .., I

and in the convention. If the into the Gulf of )[pxictl. Plenty f rp i-tratitll books will ; .:..! .... .:,'If..10"

rrpuhhetn.carry it in 1'All it will'1 1 time for rhowho desire to ro inurfbith CLASSICAL SCHOOL opened hou-e iu at Peusacola my. ollice, Fla.:in, commencing the court- I A I- ; J' "

not hurt the democrats very much, ill!'. the fir-t Tue-day in AUgu-t, > (

If at all.III I I I Upon the arrival of the boat a bi ; 'Iliird Annual "!Th,iiiii l-!:in" >"l'. three days: in each week-Tuesday, (..Irr

--- fi-h chowder will be served on tit- IPIIlIXT 15. 110::. ii'-ll handsJune ; Thur.d:1aud. :Saturday. I
l: It\II.W\ ('0)1)11" IS !' I find the old! reci-tratiou books a+ 1I1IY ( |
beach lioit leaves foot of P.1Ilfox'wharf \-, 1110:1. will hP
I' badly copied, and will -.iy
.
( (\TEojf. at 2::*\I!, returning about? p.m. to tho-p who have had any trouble \-i ;!

Tht' Tallaha--ee Capital: of 3 I'' Fare for round trip 3-1: cent 1 The aim of this chord i N to provide ''; by their name* not being properly \'itpl!.

July J. E. I1EKI. Luu for. thorough HKJH SCHOOL and rpgi-n-rt-d on the b',ok*, that if : ,
containthe announcement of Hun ,, COLLEGE PItKPAUATOUY in- they will call at my otlice on tile
i -- -- ---
Henry E. II iy that he will come,t of'Kly' I tructlou. The school I- of e-pecial day named I will correct all ouch 1Buifalri
TKX i-K.\T< WILL HI'trial size ''
with Hon. J. I P.. Hrowne in the primary interest to three 1.1,1"1'; : error and do my utino-t to tfet the
+ Cream lijlui ; eunuch to con1 1. Tlo-e who htmnir hook in for the ifiifralelection.
complete + proper shape !
of .\(, -tl2, for the I
: nomini-: 1 vince you that it ii the irreute-t u f the In the
grades of the publicchool wi-h 1'NAtt.ttt <,
zIru for railroad cnmiiii=ioner. Mr.I remedies; for nasal catarrh or cold in to pursue their ..tu lie further with- :-;Supervisor It'i"i-tratlull (' 'l1nt '. cite like
>. defineat the head. Full size ;M, cent. All.
iy -UJP length: his pa.and 1 lout leaving home.i jyl'.KdThis they
dru.it'e alt (
yre,ent po.ni.iu." as a I oftbCommii. ; mail it. j i :!. Thu-e who wi-h, with the aM'of + :
EL13KuS Warren qtr"Pt. the cartful illi"idullattt"lItlon weather makes therfwv home ;

ion and candidate r Ne\v Y..rk. that can bp !given -nuilercla--es You can are glad ; .
r..nowtt1.tuou. in the ci-ur-e of which 15-J; Secondtreet.. -\11>:ulX.. Y. and a longer "h-illn, to :ivance grow. buYI :.
>
,. AIr*-r=. ELY JR.-I itilfer.'d! :keen Lawn Mowers
cutting
bt" U"e+ .llIto "Xl..t'IIiIlKly vLorou1auntaen + more rapidly thin i; pr.-ible fur I t ri'tivrrin.. Only 10 Cents '
rut greatly' remedies with c without it-irrh and etlect.tried diller-After them in public < 3. Those who '
The criticism that he ha,* been 1railroad l1 sin,' one bottle your Cream Balm ,Delves for college.Inadditiuu are fitting tliem- Willis Hardware Co's. I II\J: power. .7kimlv
I found relief I' nj
Mr. and I
unn. Day meet by : cannot pm-f to the u-ml iiHtrnc'lion two *
avtrriug that but for that fact he i, too highly .uch u remedy. in Enali-h; Mathematic-+- 1 lIell'tlill iy'Straw Hat" fr i I Large K ; < kl n : r/m/r /

i would dot have accepted the oilieeoriginally. 5:: -I't. :.. 1lt'J.AITKN'IION ftClK'VILI..Hm\ tory. Oeoeraphy.! L iti ri. fotC.. ill..trnc- le,- hap/ half Iri'f'\ tin-, week atWin. I Jill/It t'.y. J 'r
tion is otr red. "/-1/1 I' I
"It i< not true however," / a tuuion John-oD A- Son'Fr h tock '.
in Greek French (ierman and San-
, Way.., that I am m-ympith.v" with l-h. The school nductf d at the Garden hose (l.l the ]\"illis\\ Notice I

i- the "'Ilrc'hh or that the corporate CUIIII'll1)' li.l..f. lnlaniry. r. s. T.Y corner of \Vet iad-den and spring! Hardware Cn's.Special ;i Hoard: .
Itlter.st s nf the state desire my reon i -treet*, in a building which 1-5 to -;- +
..'i are hereby ordered toI'p..ar be arran?pd to tidapt it e-pci-ially to [
i
on
lNiUOli the rommi- ion. And i
: in fatigue uniform;. theneed1f the "-chtml. ., i I the i Bn
I
be .addif the comuii+-ion ha-n x r'! le :jjai at th: < armory af t'' Thp number of pupil in atteiid- m., tu :
... irou-ed the J I T i ante H linltt..d. Hence T p. ; CUE'S
way anta;oni-m : \\i. HI. on 'f bur-dr the tit.-" deirr' uieiitf
1!
tbr corporations, it nm-t nece'''aril y W it. <1.IIY"\ at.: I Laro !' in admittance should commuiucntt- Sale 1 !, B"rtt. & I
have btttauf JAUIH value) th. com t .1I1P! d iy i'i-pection, cumpe- : as early as pos-ible with the Pnnci- "in m i
utivdrill for mertaland zitp.uunt''Ur ,- pal.For
munity" : while the obverse of thiyropOKition i-f iioncntnmi'si'd ;. further inform"ition. term- and ]i
iI
!
MONDAY ONLY I CI*- ..k iI i-
:r.
ne tote* thus : -Were "I"II "tlijerYou will i catalogue: ; address : I "_ .

t U>" rulr-i.il cotnuui ton but an btur w Ith!! .run ;alt ;pr",> -r'y yu hay H. CLAY AhMSTISONIe. 'r.. 1'f'II-: ; : .
b..I"II.w. t..i t'te! -t it- Hy "rdf-r otC Pnuclpal. "r
r"' empty f.rc. the corporations would H. F'AKKIHI.I.. PEHC"lYAJ.H.'UAU.JJ

i have !little, rei-ou: to (ear its ot't'r.1- C:apt. Cotrdk'. Co. K l i-t. lot K >:.f.McDnffie's A--luut.IThe {". : Lt h Nw, Mii i c cr .* () .

tlD' :tud Irs, to desire it* JiC"11 i H..*t Win .

t. tinu aUtt' Tasteless ChilCut's 1 nuttre r< for the !I C. \'.

. Justly claimlu; to be the only I.E" will build up broken doa B e, t price ever -Did here 15c a Copy Palafux (, ks.N'tckrt.
O
?y-tem- and make the! blood rich in M. Pryor. ;
a) -u t> -i ,>f the mmi-ion lon who ha*
.. he'tlthy. 'rtnn, 'tire for chillanted -. & uar- t new ;: r'r: .
! any: practlcalkuwlt :eof theprobIrtu <>r y.,ur I'I''r refunded.
t WII. which tie! commie-ion ha*. -'I+ c'.: n-. OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S :1TPENSACOLA Paper;, \ Good..
.
, ttt deal )Ir. Diy *h-irply criticise* s-.Jd by J>.;in :sie: : .';' +rd. 405 S. Pal-l En v
tf"ft..''.-t. : H .'. Mt-. .
the ak'ji v> l"Jtft-d intlliciency "f Fine oysters today.: TrYhem. MUSIC CO. < al-o For

the b"dy if comp'ed of iCe member NIC A I'() T I.E. Tjklc.
t71119r1'
<:) Rt1L.Beu1 velopes : ;
who holl* over the one who ha. the 1I f', Pats Ia3iS! !> r KEEP COOL WITH A REFRIK- 37 S. Palafox Sit = I.' : If. .

becht: "' en and fit:; present" opponfut 6pitt. /l.-7-- ER.\TED MELON FROM OARFIELD'S. etc.

.** mu,:rat 'd by a proposition of 7 I I. .. SS$" Phone, : : THE tri



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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2. 1902. J

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No. n003. I i
v u, president; F. C. HORTON. Cashier ; A BOLD BURGLARY ; ,;y2 525Z T5L52525c 5R
H < V,oe-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. :I >

Ooxictoiisod St ,tortaoiit of tho 10 Yards SI /2s.-/2::; 3 10 Yards

i LAST NIGHT ] r
f

AfVlEBiCAN NATIONAL BANKOF I! i PRINTS [SJ n S//6'l/J J z LAWNSfor

Burglars entered \'ihlmith'; I
PEXSACOLA: FLORIDA AT CLOSE: OF BUSINESS JULY W, 1902, ;, for 45c. ill 'I'< for 45c. I II
I Central Saloon< on \Vet Intendencu

(From Report to
Comptroller.' street last night and robbed the till j
t _S H5HSESHS Ef E5 E= S5ES2SES
I of $12 or $14 in cash. The burglary .-. -- ." ..--
RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. 1
was not discovered until the I!
.M' . ..... ...... ...... .... $351,698.79! Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ....., .... $!00.fM10.00 I place I
1, .in.. .. ..... .. .... ...... .... S9W67! Surplus Fund. .. ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 10.iiOO.00 was opened for business, this morn- .TO MAKE ROOM. i iI
. .. ...... ........ ...... .... I .
"' l,876.9ti; Xet Profits..... ...... ...... .... ..... .. .. 7612.72 ing. Entrance was effected through '
i. .UK! Premium.... .. .... ..... hO,! 0.uo Rediscounts..... ..... ...... ...... .... .... 19.500.00 I
. ..ru"i, etc... ...... ... .. .. .... 2,625.00! Circulation ..... ...... .. .. .... .... .... .... 75.00000 the rear.ITHE. i:
ud Fixtures... ..... .... ..... 6.718.4S Deposits; ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 344.973.57; I I I'ult < n KNew
', ..... ... .... ... .... ...... 499.12!
, bxc'si; ..... ..... ... .... ..... lbit51.27 I
, -- WEATHER ;

.651Qt.6 29 f657Ot:6.29 Fall Stock

:; ,:,tened for business October 2J: 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give
ir"mpt, courteous and careful attention. TODAYLocal


-t PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. ,I WI: \10:

II I
- rains tonight; lair

members of the cwmmittee are re-I .1l/hl/NIl1lNil1lNNI. Hundaj; (reshsouthweet winds. f Ii i Offering Great Reductions

E, FAIRCHILD, quested to attend. :
I; : SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES : i
CI' IIO Ij S T E XIT3 XI.ST Nearly an inch of rainfall: i* reported 1: Temperature in Last 24 Hours: |

in the I illN11lNN1lleiCatholic i Maximum: ..... ......................... .. ... k9deifrei IN AM. ir\imuM: : >.
for the
ROMANA STREET. city space of I Minimum .............. ..................... 7Jdrgrees .
I --- -
a'' two hours this morning. Many persons j
/ Refinishing Furniture were afraid to sleep during the i i Bt. Michael's-Order of divine | Temperature Elsewhere : 1

Sptaalt j early morning delude. service for the summer : First ina-s ;I Max. Min. >$=MATTINGS AND RUGS.ALL .... :

I I 6:30: a. in. last ma and \tlanta .... ... ....................g w 1 j!
; ?s sermon,
4tDi. I The residence of F. 'BIIIDarck.. .. .... .. .<,n 5iChicitRO MATTIXU I.VIH KHKF. !
C. Brent .m
l'hc")110 on 9:30: a. m. Evening devotions, 6 ..... ... ..m ..... ....7, W
I Ea.t Ilomana street is underpin; I !Cincinnati m ............?. ......... -t To s
p.m. (jaiveton.i It
thorough remodelling, and will be St. : Huron ... .. .................tl M I Gallery Rockers, 150. :
i Joseph's, Hev. Kob Fullerton
R. I K. WHITE, j jM.iuui.ituriiiK i painted all before its I rt Jacksonville .. ............. .... US: 71
over occupancyby Pator-Fir-t ma-, 6:*O a. m. ; Kansas city?. ..... .._.......... k- W : Willow
Jeweler the family in the fall. Key felt ........... .......... ." ul Rockers 52.00 up.
. I huh: maD:30 a. m.; benediction, Memphis ..... .... .... ....... 71 f* !

i l'i.ite i Optician, i There will be a meeting of the ri:;)0 l p.m. ,I| Mobile Montgomery..... .....7\011] 7-- I All Wool 30x60 Smyrna Rugs $200

managers of the Woman's Home -- i New Orleans ...... ... ... ..... ! rea.lr.I.., E I* iI 1-:1'11'<:"1"1. I MPw York .... .. . ..i ..,
I
Tuesday at 4 ::>0 p. in. at the home. "a\'alnah .. ........ .... ...'.".. :q 7at. = \ Irons Beds $4 00 up.
Christ Church-:.Service; bthe Louis .. ... _. .. jlI
Every member is nr ed to attend 1 [III I
:: as I ___ ___ __
< 'V' r'Y fan-mess of importance demaud at- I I rector, Itev. 1'. J!. Wrulf.v: at 7wi I u !i Refrigerators at Cost.
NAVAL TOla';S 31AltK);T.tteported .
and 11 a. m. and 5 p. in. :i : ,
tention.
1 I Ii i rt. K"'thfrine's Church, corner Daily fur Tfcf New !! A Regular $14.00 Size Hardwood Refrigerator
bj
NEWS ,i, Enjoy on outing on the water tomorrow ;I Cervantes and Sixth avenue. Rev.J. Union Naial Storm Co. i 1 Sale Price $10.00.
NOTES and fine fish
a chowder at 11. Bicknell, 1'rie-t in Charge | R081.N. !

the Life Savins; tati-m. The Enterprise j Services at 11 a, tn. and 7IUp.lU.: W w... .. .. 1:155: tl ...... .. ........f! tII, New Stock of Welds' Linoleum Just Received

/'../ ..: will leave 1'alafox wharf at I St. Miry's Mission colored 1.) Rev WU...-.... .. 114'I U.... .............. I NIs ,
| 2'W: p. ui. Fare fur the round trip, J. K. Bicknell Priest _. ..... .".... all: Jr' ......_......... I 5I i None Better.
in
\ "t of W. J. tl' I'. ; ceut. Charge I 34 .. ................ :''i t; .... .._. ......_ 1 :u'K
I J3a i j jI I Sunday school at 3 p. m. ; Seri Ice at i ... ..-.......- 94:.. D ....._.__._. 1 Lil

I The marine column of the New :, 4 p. ..n:at the chapel, corner of Jack- _.................. ...... I lu; l .t bt'IOW...... 1 1 ItlIRIT8 ,' I Receiving- :;
1\\ :..r'' fugal ads in York Herald of Sunday notes the s i soil and B -treeti ->. TCEreaTI" J-tP: =. We are New Line of r Fall Shoes.
i i iI I
charter of two -team=hip> of a tonua i ,.
I Mrllioili-t Eisc"l'ul ChlUth Stml h. MoDnffie's Witch Ultra Shoes for Ladies.
Hazel
v-rti.Inlent!: of the e of .II\O each to carry steel rails !I
oil| tiidsden Street Church. It from Antwerp to l'en acola. One
<{ freehold (tor-Service"* at 11 baby powders known, cures prickly Excelsior Shoes for Boys.
these is
already taking
cargo.
i+ up the pound I' a. m. and S p. m., conducted by heat and gives instant relief

l"Ildi.'o Win. Smith, day turnkey at the J. M. Maon, I). D. Sunday school i 1 2j CENTS. Heywood Shoes for Men.

< %; new advert police "station, advertises in tliis : at li:30 a. m., A. H.D'Alemberte, Sold by John Sheppard, 405 :-I. Pal- I Allen's Celebrated Children's and Misses'
Shoes.
for sale his the railroad I
paper place on -
.i ..- I juperintendent; Epworth League at afox street.
a few miles from tow n. The orchard ,..11:30! m., Miss Lucia Richards
p. Mary: Just Received 100 dozen Princely
.bvt ?Oats newinteret I I
t has 400 fruit trees of all kinds
pre..idl'lIt.Palifvx The man who owns his own home
1r. and if sold within the present month Street Church, RPV.. M. I' insures himself) again-t; lots of Shirts at 50c each.

the purchaser can: have it for $GiO.Messr Daunelly, Pa-tor-Services at 11 a. trouble and worry. Nobody can 1 _.... .- .
I raise his rent. and the rent day has
:tVH :ui a tIlt ; *. T. C. Watson & Co. are m. and S p. m. ; Sacrament Lord's no terrors for him. It's ea..v to owna

111T this ,I moving the abstract branch ot their Supper at 11 a. m. ; Sundaydrool at home now-a-days.; Thos. C. W. J. & B. FORBES.

buiiie into the rear room of the J:30a. in., J. X. Andrew?, !ruperinI Watson & Co. can tell you howeasy
it is. Call and see them. i
_r. ill I j olSice just vacated by the Pensaeolai I ; J. A. Avant as-i
te'iu' i' Gas Co., which will give more room worth Ieagneat5p. in, \\'. t". Goodman .

'i. for: the insurance and real: estate: prt'-ident. \V omlIl's: Foreign; I MARITIME. If You Buy Tin-in It the IS -t,in .<. .. >t. .i 1 I \ 1t..I'

olHees. The front portion of the of- Missionary Society meets Monday I

: i.I'1.! fice vacated by the Gas Company t5p.in. I

." S U". ::1:
[ will be u-ed by Wicke <';0. to acc Bal'l ..r. F.I'ORT f fI! Satisfaction and Service.

: mmndate their rapidly growing: : .'orUu.t to dale .. ...... .... ..HI I
I Fir-tHipti-st Church-Communion I I
> I .'rie- to plumbing; bu.iuess. :.:service. Rev. A. J. Abbott will!| AHXI\'F.D. II .Vi : M MM.>>

I ck ii comto""t1hlJle.- I The register at the Merchants Hotel I Am biitn Hrucf Hawkins, :>V>, rfutnn
preach at 11 a. m. Xo evening ser Fort di- Kr.incf to orderHr
,
: : continue* to show daily a goodly vice. Sunday school as usuil.I'rpslijiorian. i si ljlani>aunor. -!'..... Croxtonbip
Boston Shoe Store Shoes
I-laml, to Mitlicrlaiu Lumber: Co -rf
J h O'ttrien are j jli-.t of arrivalNo hotel iu the ,I *;

: a stalwart country i is better managed than ijCapt. I 'HAKhl. I
I IMH'l I\K.
arrived at their j Jacob Kryger's well equippedi Fir-t Pre-byterian Church Hev.i I Span ss IlrcjUlola! 11. Holan by laryACo
,
I
fur Sant.1" Ininpa, witb al'j tons \
i ho-telry and commercial travelers ..i Linn Walker, Pator--orvices at I, bunker coal, value f l>z iBritch Theeyei H ;;:lti..fi'dWithth."tYj..allllll1-1 ft f > r ,I-.I"I I IWIH I tilt

look upon it as their Pern:icol.i home I, II a. m. and b p. in.. by Rev. James I'nion.Ti., FosterbySlmpcoua. to lit and abolutt comfort. .
directed to the for KflUtt with; 1 ikbilixlfb. !,""t.! It -hand perfect ; tin'j;i"iI' i- -u-tl! -' I 'AT i inr
i" The Jiijou bir. I in connection, !> alopopular I). \Ve-t of Bryan, Texas. Sunday door work", T.IMJ s It rough! lumber,- I for stile will .
nfVm.. Joliu-on UKls It dressed Iu in her. xaluej.lNOTICE ; price -upcnor > t'.it elf i..i i\i
with the bo '- and you wiU school ai Usual. | than tho e pun".ad .1-0\ .

in thi..i.sue.. Ttityii.irtf.iuis. always Hud a number of your friend1iu I'mtcrxali-r. : TO JUKIM-K-.. I -._ -

the domino room.McDuffio's Uonnoandrr J 11 Hull. inspector of for
Sunday school at S:3U a. m. ; Y. P. M\'l'ntl1 Lielitbtiu district has Issues the
rt"- : Llttlo follo..llI ; othciiil notice: i
Blue BOSTON SHOE
.>r- lie C. t'. at 7 p. in. subject, 'The1: cnsacola flay and tntrant'.y \ ar.iUuttr I STORE
Liver Pills makes blue people Ore.1te Ambition scrip tore lessou Hank Buoy No '.'. a -.-coiicIclHcan, ,
;
," pi-t two %ve K', of was tablUlirtl June :;:, I:.'".', on tlir
clenn-es all
bright, theytem j lph.3:1.21 I, Phil. 3iM4: Eph. following 'arluiSMz.. I I II '
| '
.1 I t<> hi; home. 1 ileletenous and IIlIh..althmatter I licer 1'jint l:<-aou Light K. byN.PfDbHcoln X.\TII.\ < :. rod iicnici: : ;. i'nnrii.i.|
laud makes a hew per-onof you. j,I 4l-lti. Prayemeetiiu every 'rhurdayevenin.111 -- Llght-Nuune. W. N W '. W. I
II I ,....ts fur the l'. ri.v end of West (coal, wharf, navy jnfd, S. !j'
:51 are rdully in-
K.MS. 7. t1 Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street.
arrived and I'': Sold by John ieppard.! 405 S. 1'al-1 i vited to attend thee services. I Tbls buoy is placed at southeasterly .
: to the navy )':ud. afox street. 1 1i j : point. of the dve-tath"mcurve oil 1'en-ai-ola |
j : i Tin: "" \\1.\ I;o-" \
Lutheran.ternvui EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
; arts have aUo ar- 1! anchorage i
Grass Shears that will cut i
i ( : Luther Church-Ens- i, whit UTMIi..- r,\ IttJ111ll-,>r
: dose at the Willis Hardware WILL MEET SATURDAYThe
titigof the Libraryi lihervicu at ;::*) p. m. J. F.V. ufln TO :MAKINT.K-. : I ...
itlniitr U
; > in waru .MiH waterfliist -* M
Co's.Just : Iteiuhardt, -tor. K. gulatlonsol the Marine Hospital ,:,I.r- I ,
I Held on Fileday.k pa i, tbc t"IIC..tll'j tt It" u" Iu the
vice require ini-pr-cliuu or %view foreign ports via domestic ports north ofouW..rn '. worM. }oVf-rvthlh:fftoqltlltur.IU.; .
of
in-tead
ptil., received a New Lot of goy;'j I Cliii-ti.in science. Democratic Executive ( 'mmltteeof -
:- Maryland but viII such (Jood
safety.
ports at "lIr.J Mud Il'diciau.
by
: S '.'.('ire. .\ meetingiiiimitti'f ''White :'traHat-, worth 5U:'. ">e\j\ : Ship Island. bl'rtfull' pratique is given K-c.unbia county ih -n.1-y tt.e divot week. l.uur'frull
"prvicp s at 2112Vet Gregory street
for a soutliern port, ln-.it-ction blot -
will tjf and fl 1 11"1. to be closed out at 2"i. :w''and at 11 a. m. All interested are united| tot-ntrant'e. prerequisite i.c tiled tn meet at the ollice of the ly served ut all '.i.ur- flay
line, which ;all centWm Jom-on! A :Son.1 i if" 1 to attend. 1 I county jud.je in the city of Penaco-1 I"II tKLK* H. il tH"'.
:-"IIt'tt. I !lHr M ,. ..
21111. .I. ? rO
li. Sitttrdiv evening. Augu-t
Saltation Arin '. The Marion Hospital hericitiai J.SUMItlie
: .. ... ",e,.........., ,....... I > following. : r.Hj-J. at S o clock p. m. I A. H T O Tl T W .ii
\:4..4". r 'I Ev,'ry one i3 cordially invited to which" Toasting am in\" 'regular eU which trade are with known l'lorlo1a and : hI H. JOXEfol, "" ,.'.. '. : .1 !\. ,1

t attend the meetings at the BJrracksou from domestic porti of the l'Ulh'dtatt'-. HEX D. BEEKChairman. i Sln' "
enter without detention i I +--= j
may or inspection 11/
t A FI511 SMIPMINT; OF De nelC he*tret-t. Ilulinessmeet- i with theundrrstaodingthat If siekiie-s of :Secretary. ': ""- / ':;
in,* :Sund at 11 a. m. ; Junior class any character wnatsorvrr shall develop I.
during th'o'a to Hori.li
f .' ... meeting at 2 p. m. Salvation meptIII i report to the .('i, rantli<> olers ports for shall Ins ALL WERE SAVED. : '

f -' ;" fvery night at s clock in the s<:I cpection and di-poiit.oii" i ini--ry"For :years from IJronrliitiwrite I -uHreduch untold- J. :11' \YOO IIrant\\ L"f : ( T::ftr'H+!

P. irrackoppn; air at "ip. in. Capt.1 II I 1'r .1:1 lint in Cultl. H. Jotiii-tou, of KroitKhton ( ii"that I

f S "V\ITHFIELD HAMS... CalliH Holder, Lieut. Edna Yates, ', often I was unable to w.itk Fi:,'hill .'' fat'kfr of nil kind
oificer- in charge. Dy-entery: is pr >Taleut! everywhere Then wJell"Vf-r .tt! iim .I.H'! f.uleil. I

f V in sainnieraud i- dui to mia-matic ;! was wholly! cured by Dr KIII ;:'- NiDicovtry -w ami f pit era nrtat i'ie

.. .'--,-.",.,.'.. -" G"-I't'l 'Irerinla. poionand houinibruptly with i i iit.tl for Consumption 11L\ \ wiftutltrtd I JJ! ibis llttl'llI'ltf'r ( 'ox.
f munition of iht- mucous'lining intensely from .\'th1ll.. till
Then will be preaching this afternoon ,,
[ of the large l>ow<-I. In America the cured tier and all our xperietic--
RIKIHIVKI
Jl'ST' .
f at 5:;au at the fhzi. All are
to -how it the he-t
INea-e i- common, but properly jjoe H 'r"U,
f welcolt1P. ; treated doe not result a. -eriou-ly a"- medicine iu the vu
At the Mi';;ion 011V -t Government ill the tropic-, }'..rr)' DiviPJm- convince you It'- unrivuled f..r

f ESH FLORIDA SYRUP gALLON >treft-Preichi:.; Sunday at killer i- the bt known rtmedand Throat and Luiif di-e"i-' .". (Juurju
L tt. uio-t t-tluMcioU ill the tr":1tm"t S teed botllpQ ;,1'and U! .t. 1'110'1 II'
11 a. m ; Bible reading at ;3; p. m : "if IY"f'Ilter ties free at \\'. A. D'AIeinberteV.! :

Sterunent All ..)l- .
at hp. m. artw '-
f JUGS. 75cts PER GALLON. com M come and help in tie!
f w.irk f..r God. Jam s Printer.Thf ( 'HI\\. _\.o 1. I Cl:)-.. !, At t Almost t Cost, t :)H'H Best Milk in the

\vi: IIAMH.I: 'T XKITH: KKth captain owner- City. 4
: M.
<:: Pryor to make ro'iin for
Ara
t'alllrn'i Friend SI.l'If'I
) c1 1":1 nor >n-iunees of the Br
s- .
, f t,re> !i"id will be responsible stock.CONCKUT. Ii.f.. k : I'. II ;I" I'lf'.t..., ',
F. Gonzalez & Go's Corn Meal Seamen's: Frieid oci"ty will for debts contracted by thecrew i Ilrtl I \ '. ... i,'. ', .' ,I I. Wlt'd'
ot cad
vessel
t hold religious ervicps+ at i:3i m. Ir' Mil. .
p. A. lYSiiX.V. : i '' ( d On Hurv ->...rjtl
, 1'l.n.l\'II.L. Sunday in their reading: room on \ L. Wlttlcb Co.. Captain. AND DACE: AT I1/1" t H >,. u, i I 1.1 .HI.tllt".
Con-Ign.-e.. :'ijyK \1.GXnLLBI.l'FF IHUKM
south Palafox street, in the Corner

-- buildiu; nortn of the 8cJndiui'iJnchurch. SHERIFF'S SALE. NIGHT. TIt.1ISSAT.t1iutAN11: R. M. AVERY J

: Seamen: an citizen of all r.y virtue of an execution u"a<*d our of ,9. L\ST TRAIN KKTrUNrfAF I Prop.

; SOL CAHN & CO. denominations are invited. H. C. the whrrrlnlharlrs! circuit court ofF.scamblacounty.McCredie U pia.ntilt.Kla.end, Ii llJI. TICKEr 25 CKNTS, AT

K. Kdward hansen U defentUni. 1 bare DEPOT. VIRGINIA COLLECE
Cuhmau. secretary. .. ,
!11 \led upon and will sell ia front of tot- I - -
--- -- court house at public outcry to the highest t for the lOt'M. I\IMI-H. IU.art..kr. \ 4.
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS, medicine biddrr for cahon Mondav. the 1st day of altalmos. 'I..r ,
i=
F.lp\ Kidney Cure :a f'1IPphiIIN to mike : II' .' n'." '''M
September. A U. l:"r., fit li noon, the followinz l"a4I1e. .
will 1 for \ '"'' &,..1 -, ,
and cure ( lee t"
from .
any drscr
free bed for '
poisons prop-rty to-wit. t v rncr Palafox and Intendencia Streets. that is not or Ih'Hot.nunlb"nlllIafJ'lif 1-0. p.t i- i .riuptp.ot. i
disease
eiof kidney sec il.'lp O. M. Pryor. ... .
north of Hao,'.. .> w. or !) t"n a'r- ? 'I n."AIII .Br.
7alabasee
t ; con-
beyond the reach: of medicine.V. taiuin'V.i-i-1, ry .n \ all.\ \ i tutu.-l >, nil'. L'U'

c (;8. .4 .4 Pcnsacola, FIa. : A.: I'Alemb9rtel21 :S Palafox ,*t. I,-vied upon a* prop maci-s.-1y Th of K." ate Edward property Han- The finest line of sterling i1"pr I'"r.np.'ul'.r\amt<,'c.rt A"II,.H r.a't 1, ...!.,..... ii\f. ...u i a..>:..1.

6cn. :good and silver novelties l, to be Iif IT ,' it, -' ,0. i o'a'. .
ICE-COLD MELONSAT tiE'.E.CMITH. found J. I. t cat a'. < .
at :tephen* Price, "
>LerlJoI KscaTiftlacountr J'a.aug.'oawl tfl
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:\ GARFI ELD'S. M.\ : r tI' '. t.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY AUGUST 2,1902

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t GHASTLY FIND IN DALTON I j I MAGNETISM OF MISERY. I, -


+' OVERWORKED WOMEN ftrTlte Mrm> MISS SARAH
Body of Unknown White Child Discovered Men Haunt Scenes That FINLEY
orlra of fain.
In Old Well. I ,
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II Every storm earthquake or disasterof Vice.President of the Palmetto Club. Mtmphit T. .
Dalton Ga.. August 1.-The remainsof
Should Beware of a Serious Organic any kind brings out a curious phaseof
an unknown white child have been !
human nature. Many of those who INK OF CARDf'I I ., .

found in an old well on the Bard property Break-down. Take Heed in Time. :' have seen their houses destroyed or [1] ii a thori'UghJjKientf'c is f .r : '

in East Dalton. i I their nearest relatives killed returnas aId t. '. .

The family of Brownie Smith had i soon as possible to the scenes of dev-' era ffji-ilv, i "Arw ;
The ordinary every-tlay life of most of our women is ceaseless .
a is ing the needs of tL- INk" .
! moved into the house recently. Oue i tation. In some instances this explained : m i'irn S t'I

. F of the family!! drew a bucket of water treadmill of \\uik. i by the fact that there are more I woman in the in.-lorn Way; (ermer"" "!,*, .
.I How much Larder the daily tasks become when : -without the ;
and detected: an awful stench. Invettigation I' some derangement I opportunities of earning a livelihood torture d an DOM car ','
:; I of the female organs makes every movement painful and keeps the operation AV'tneufCardol "{ .
followed! and some oil' I among! old neighbors than among new : 'au (,..rl ,
i nervous system all unstrung! : surroundings. In numerous cases however i I has cure
clothing was drawn from the well and I j One day she Ls wretched and utterly miserable ; in a day or two she I no such business reason operatesas of their homes aul it i (, : a
j au er
r' j
later the body of a whit" (child tirjb-1: is better and laughs at her fears, thinking there is nothing much the : an Inducement. The magnet U tentlment hat found a ply a in the "w r'eret yr.t./ .

ably a month old. A cord was found | matter after all ; but before night the: deadly backache leapju-ars, the ; not monl'Ys some mourners I hearts cf American women jrtr irtnin ,f 1.,t ., .

around its neck, tightly bound, sufficient limbs tremble, the lips twitch-it seems as though all the imps of : devote every holiday to visiting ,craves, j that no other taedicina bat fen !1. II. ,AJ reua.a Iw.th au. I "

to cause death.S. Satan: were clutching her vitals ; she gars to pieces and is Hat on her I so" a large fraction of the homeless and their gratitude over: 10,10 Amn
B. Felker empaneled a jury which back. I bereaved go back to spend the remainder women Lave written l.'tten cotimmui ;r nudiciM Ice It* put iw \. .. .

rendered a verdict that the child came Xo woman ought to arrive at this terrible state of misery ,1 ('cause I of their days in the scenes that recall -I ing Wine cf CarduiVlne: cf Carla brought LSti uJ purse

to its death! by strangulation by unknown these symptoms are a sure indication of womb troubles. She: must I calamity and gloom. :: meets their wants aJ no other nuxliun* have aw: HC&MIUNeJc4 ? .

hands by means of a rope b
I lag lied around its neck. infallible cure for all female ills, such as irregularity of tie rinds, which I it was so after the Lisbon earthquake, I shock cf her entrant to "wouianh i 'PUll'/ die '"I*** "'
Women who take Wine of Ordui hair
The house on the premises has been i cause weak stomach, sick headache, etc.,displacements and inflammation it was so after the yellow fever swept little discomfort during and I*** d u P1** **.. ..*' ', :
, vacant for some time and was last of the womb, or any of the multitudes of illnesses which beset the Philadelphia and in more nveftt years propnaacy !
I little pain at childbtrtU.Vben the If vied are i<,!> '
f occupied Ny a negro family. i i female organism. the Chicago: fire, the lis8is'ipplltI..tI! 'i
change t-f lifo a pjaj* they eats a'waki '".i Wrn. 4 t III.. .. .
There is clew If there is anything in about which Charleston Johnstown and other
no to perpetrators jour case you would catastrophes .' hft.1I I
r '
!t : I La:!pyhralthyul a'e. "very month it t+ ) 1
. of the crime.t like special advice, write freely to 3Irs. 1'inkham.o man will confirm the old experience.; \4ture '' I UII.a.- 1 I..a '
I
corner to the re t uH to a.--i.t in
" .e. see your letter. She can surely help oii, fur no person America. Apparently the desire to pain new H I. "I! .
thrtl\\"In..t'lul'! rrt.t' fr..tn I!Lt. I t..1! .
has such *. wide experience in treating: female ills as she has had. pleasures is no more keen than thewi,1.1 .t. I I.', ..(' .1! .
"One More Unfortunate." Address is Lynn, 3Iass. ; her advice is tree and helpful.Mrs. to revive lie of old pain. Misi! arab tinl-T, of Ji.." ;", ? .. .r t. 4,, .

Birmiczham. Ala.. August 1.-Harisou :' Our memory T:'nn., tl,I -presi-l I.t If t'.11 la 11. v 1' ', I. i 1.
last stm-m des-troyo much -
Wright of :.Mobile. Ala.. '\..$ and lies but wii prriji.rty .... Club Cif tlst.'v! -i-a-v.f! r i ''r- .. ; \ ': '

found this morning; d-in; homes in we sight IIf (the-' many fru-n,U! 1s l I" n s. ., I I. .:,.r $ t i K-iM-t I. .

in the outskirts oi Birmingham .\ tek'gr.ipli lode from which tinf.: :1 i .

hnlf-ciaptitd! or morphine :Jud i live \\ dangled or the flooded stn-.n.: A
NINE of CARDVI '
tame told the story of s.-II d'tun t .a in which: the only son was droutinl. ,,

A not., upon tilt pn&un sate mi!.. I Philadelphia! Ledirtr.;

name and address. Nothing is k.;. -\\ : ra --. -- --. -- -
I ;?
of Blight in Birmingham.Yohe trt of Paper MnUlne.

In the matter of making: ando n,..,, .- THE NEW GROCERYWILL ST'-"q.

Registers as Lady Hope. 'ipcr we are not in line with the *'h.

Loutl m. August -\Iay: Yohe 1-ove! t nestand other .\ idlic;;, who not oinyin

to the Savoy hotel early this 1lI0rILar ike the finest payer in the world I II.t

and registered as Lady Francis Hope.AVae"i appit! t. all sorts of U.I'S. ntakiss MOVER

window panes, fans unhr.as.llltlai.:! *

In nlld '\'' '111.f and 1'1'11'Iuak!! and other j,;arniviiis Keeps a Complete, First-Class Up-tu'Utea' ;

: Professor I'obl'rls.\ustt'n. in talkln: of it

before th. institution of ci\il) engineers The art of making; paper from mulberry of Fine Staple and Fancy GrocorifNo

; in London about advances in '1 l.a..t is said to hat e been nnente.1 30 W. Government St. Salisbury B

( metallurgy\ and engiiicei ;;:, demonstrated in China in the second century B. t'. k.

that solid nut.iN! might; reveal Afterward bamboo shoots, straw, grass II.I.KI'ilOM :a:.:

by their structure the vibrations to and other materials were also used.

Which they had been subjected. In tsplaining The manufacture spread to the adjacent .
countries : ICE AND weOD.WI
this phenomenon experiments .' ( '
: The Arabs learned It In Samarkand, .
were shown proving that a beautiful I \

Wave structure can be imparted to the ./ and their learned men carefully kept -: KXl'Kl: 10 St I'l'I Y A Ml I M \ -H. i

fciirfaet' of mercury by the vibration \ secret the process: by w hlch they made

or a tuning fork and that even the! sur- P paper fur their! own use. The crusadesmade THIS -I I MMI U 'tll\N 1'V I- i I I' i f

face of solid lead which has Ixvn sal,- -;. I IIjl" Europe acquainted with the art

k j<.fted to similar vibrations JM M-OM-S g(1( t i and the: tint pap, r mill in (Jerm.tny SEND US YOUR ORDERS N- h
+
rte ) l dates from the twelfth .
f a structure resembling that of a'I.- 1 ) century.Tu
a
L.' brating surface of r ,.rrury. Mild steel t I r I .. 1 jc r\ (1u \ ti.is! day the! process of paper making Thompson, Olson cCo: :

, wag defined by 1'rofesMir Hubert I a \II in the! not is simple and appare.t-

t Ac.-tcn as a "solid solution" iron \ .,\\I'V,, \ \, ':C' ti\ I \ ly iTiute.! the fibers! being torn :1I'art; : Jdanrcsa Street, T/ y II 'JIl, I

! and carlion. free from cinders. :.Metallurjrists I fut.l1.! with the hi.srers and the pup! t.re.ssedia

have doubled the strength oittc Richard Dixon wrote to Mrs. Pinkham when she was in great a primitive contrivance.A .

t < l as it was known iu its early dayVercschagin ; -.. trouble. tier I letters are here printed. KSTAIIL1SHLDMcKENZIE 1"141.

r>fAR MR I'IVKIUMI hare MIJT.T">
:\4'\\ \orl... "ky II..... back and a terrible v..arll1.d"wll fi'i-'insr! ii th iouer |part ..f mImutN.. and! "\11 i";:: in the process of hatrhir.::." OERTING & CCIK

, tilt artist who i< paint- at times the! aUI'iuunnv t<> .wi-?; Anti, .'. ours t't'r'n'. I have, terribli! !sacs all exjfit, "is remarkably sen-;' j
" !sharp pain In m\' ovaruami! am wrlurxmi. -. .Ii"1 tniul-li; i with U-uoorrhif the to uhrution. Half the faiuit; -- 1'1&1 IK* .
ins a large picture of the Little of San
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and irregular e.JI'u"trlltt\'n. I have. -t.ir'd l t" take Ljdia I]. I'inkliainN that i'.n.utturs encounter In hatch-! ,.:
Juan Hill, with President Kno-etelt as VegetableCoMpountll 1.1.> not feel much! better, -o I thought; I would chicks the incubator n.eth" Ship and General
out by Chandlery HardUJa",
tile central much depressed
figure,
wivery write! and ask you what to do. 1'1"1ian..w..r ,'.m as I am a "r.atoutr..rt'r
due to lack of precaution in
are : pro-
,> over New York's sky line when and long to pet relief.-Mts. 1;1I:1I.\m I>ixox, 11 Farewell st., Xewpurt 1I.I.
effect of vilratu'm'on eua Ail! auv! "'. .
riding airainst the fii.ttm MIIU t
: In: visited the metropolis tifttrn years (Jan. 11. 1:44.1.) i i

i ago. lit said that the occasional sky- ( Ih\ :\tr.-.l'INSn.ttr-I want to thank you for your Kttvr advice.. Since the e;'gs. The rumble of a train oi | .- ./voriiMcrv

E scrap was u lainfull.l..t| on the I.uid- taking your l'.-!m-talllr l ompound. Livr I'ilU. and iiMnj your Sanative Wash the passage; r-f a wagon along tle'street REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. KOKHMMt 1 'of .

; stale; that it made the sky line one as directed by you my backache and tt-rrii'le pain in ovaries have disappeared will spoil a whole incubator full GALVANIZEDVIRK fop A. KlVHKI.AhUN: H'l v .
1 feel that sliould be used all weak of if the faintest ubratury wave
, terrible) thing to behold. The other your Vegetable Compound by I eggs; '
.1.1)"':Ifh'r Kmc contemplation of it and women "-:Mm. UuiiVKn Dixo.v. Farewell St..%>wpi>rt. l:.l. ',\prilll. Hili il. ) I i reaches the apparatus. liven such a ; Sum' Scrdijj blitz' Ills, Itstlctl l. !rixnts: Shrts, lit.ci u: II

tlicj scores of big buildings \\' load Will not the \oliinif of letter from women who have beet i little thing as the banting of a d.n.r ('1\f.' '''".:M. IAKeM :1(1:

down the island of :.Manhattan he is made strong by Ljdia E. 1'inkham's t'lahlt.! Coiiipound con- I j In some other part of the house wall:!! C. rcKeuzle OlrtlrJo; (l'"lIAdl: ,\.("mt for H.: PI I' ftciation .

said to have turned to a friend and uce others of the virtues of IhN great medicine :| destroy tae chances of hatching: out a j I i iI .
When a medicine hushren Micc,-sfiil in more than a million I i ij
.rood here has not [seen taken I
rcnurked I t\ tare
] ellly [La 1'I11"I'J it begins caves, is it justice to jourself tt> say, \\ ii hout trying it, "1 do not '
the incubator bejond the
to be grand. I j to place
believe it would help tue" ?
discouraged reach ut such di-turl! !,usces..t' thumb ; The Star
Surely jou cannot wish to remain weak and sick and (
storm always cites !bre.tKrs a s are'. i' Laundry
Sitnrittlrh 1'lnnilv \hau..tNI. with each ,ln "s work. If yon ha\' some ,

'1114? term ";:lIltI\\ il'\1 l.-Un-K" recurs derangement ot the feminine organism try Lydia I]. I'inkham's as thousands of eggs may be similed '
Vegetable Compound. It will I"orely help jou. f by a sudden heavy thunderclap. To
In news items scientific a-l-Jre-sts and Busiest

in lectures with a frequency which AUI We Lav. .t p,,,,,lfst.,tb th. Vutioi al CitTltit.k..f L'nn.JiO.. i SIO<'Ze t.r cough: III the t trinity of the Biggest, Bost11 !
.dtIsepaIJu.auier.enat.rattatt.dttaeat..tate: .tums,1ailetters incubators will sometimes work a disastrous -
suggests some nther cause than Ignorance ; $500 oabwb
it geuuiii. oJr sere puhl..bel! !J. fore ibtaiiuirj the uriUT's jtpwial tTK. rl.sult.-Xt'w York Tribune.
of the fait that the I'arl.uame. Lydia I'liikhani Me of the group Ides lull, been obM.K-tf. I An Kn-iiiiu: : <(< till! < i iVuiir

One of this Io"rrM In < cause !'survival especiallywhere .
, these inlands are mentioned inpublic I Greece uses more than ;r..1"1/ tons ofcopper -$ ..{ ''r 1 s\\ I'll I'I '
rpntlflrI'rofessor
A I"'uuluu. .
r l.clltrx nt nr..Ifu \,( '.""' --r'1.1 .
speech. i i. the! inability of the sulphate! per annum for k.lling:: I l
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It i i- the <-:t"lum ot u..uij h.'Uih: ;.. SearcherVhat are supp insects, especially those that feed ., ':"'l I.t .. t, '. .
,
," mainland! to pi"n"uii < 11.! 1.1II.lul Ltt1't \j \hilt \- the .
sal .
the currui-t bush. .
:; He usually s.\s. "Ilaywajian" and I \ I ..' "
found m Missouri. I i 'N. 'f"
inorii.i-r's: p'.si. iiifluding: : K-ttiis. I'IUNpapt : ( l
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knows tnai 11. j, wrong; s.) to protecthimself \ rs and &n"ul.sr,. placed upon the Old Lady-Oh, they ('all'tl.e. ,, P.\ 1rre',1 1 -. 1..1, .'....I .

t- fro |1'1 lingual! lufilicity he breakfast table. The. plan is couyeu- I! TrofessiT Searcher-Just my opinion'exactly :,; There's lots of money to be made t I J' \ I.'.:t" .'# ,! .,t'll"
t says" alltlwl\1 I-l.indi"I anl lets them but from ofiew madam. The horse and thealluvial :': In real estate-Ion of it. A real estate ; )J .1 .. I'- '
; lentil a sanitary point i L \ i t .''ill''' j II .
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if g. at tL !'t. dejiosit! in which those imprints sign i* usually a fn rer-board to''II I} J'n I '
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L--L .
-- it Is nppalliLg. It is undeniably: a i i I rf. I. Ui'l ... ..,.
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I wealth. Thos. C. Watson & "t .. -
dbc.uvcrcd : 'l 1
were represented widely j I .
: dirty pr.ictice. The sorter at the \>o>toilice :i Co. the leading Heal Estate firm f .)I I l..-. Hit
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(L: rent eras of zoological and geok'g-1 t
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I
or the 1. Un:1ll may not be as have some otters which it would .' .a', ..-- '
,0 i. nitrite b <
led LL < 4u > wALL
liactiTiologically clean' liS is desirable.The tury. t be worth your while tocon;ider. Oo ;I t. -f ,
fhJs; l hoc Old Ladj'-Yt:!', and a petrified horse t ,J. \. '' '" ".t r..r9.
.1I'.re < on every cf the RfnLaxative dust of the road may adhere to and see them to-day and don't wait : : I.

i Srom9'QtiinincT! Met any c\po.sed: gum or the letters aiay bedrp I (n-'uul 1 lI't,_ walk you know.-New York till to-morrow. --" ..v- ,. ". r ,"..If |.tu I

1.e nn-inly that enter a cola la use day. |>cd. and the bacteriology cf road -- .
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IMitorial rlen.antrirs. dust exhibits some will kboun pathu- :

Too I..M.J .Mi.irrclfd.:' and one ref I-I'nic lr-ganl-.uls.. I WORK C. 0. D. Quit Called :Igf dC I '

l'. 'rrc c.irlj carter in his Ifi.ooo few DISEASES
pajr Awarded at Par!) TELEPHONE lit. 27 GARDEN ST
t A PHYSICIAN HEALED. .
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".\1' fur our elat-tlsporary. lie wrote, -

'. "what :in we c.p'tt from a man who -il'l.I11 Dr. Oeo.IIf >r.wiiv meth'irovt:'. a practicing-, Ky.pl. !f y-.'rover trt the molt fatAl of ill dL2.EOLE WALKER INGKAHAM ManagerTIME

;. was five years aeu: li.nvUiiu from dour _
thirty year-, write- hiprr- MNAIAROCHEWINE cues.
tu lour with a d.nikcy! and an ill txmditioiutl experience with Foiey's; Kidney TABLE.

brunt at that?" Cure : For year-I !bad been
;greatly IIDREY IUIE IIIIIIfnl1l4 .-...
His rivl did not deny it. but hi his botl.erKl with kiJticy and bladder

next Issue appeared the following: trouble and PLLarFd prostrate CORDIAL !ttHJI LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD,
INNow: I.iii.1 it..1 t 1.t.K '. ,
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".tlu'tIlth iniKirary says that fee .;laud.: I u-td everything known to. i Highest recommendations for cure ot Poorness I I --- -.. -- .., ,
the o! Blood Stomach troubles ant General De
i)11
wituout
rroft'- relief until I
years as"; we were 'haw kins from doorto Orlnnn nud Moliiln.NO
; commenced to ti-p bi i't Increi cs the appetite, strengthens; Of money ,dundc Cortilru .
door with a mkey, and an ill condithuietl Foley'Kidney the nerve> mil builds up the entire system. ,
Cure. After taking three bottles renudlu& rccogolztd tv cml- : 8. ,
beast at that Ho i is ,, Drnuot ; .o.4. So f.1J:1 \i. iArrt
quite right 22 rnc
was: entirely relieved aud cured. I 7'15 B m II p I...,. ..c..a "
\\"e win o invupliHl. Hut we are surlrl".1 prescribe it now di.ily: in PARIS 1 pent physicians u the oat (fa'Kidney '150.:1 p 1 ': a I.-... t lumaioi I..... r
to t'iiid; the ,InnlhJi such my practice E. I'ouuera JL (.. 11.oi a a.:7: P :.SS a I.-.'. N..h.l. I..... Ir.In s
; : aFOLIY'S and heartily recummeud tap .turiili..l.. and Blidd trouble -.: 1.' a I..a. ....w "'I..an. I..... I
go.d 11I"II1\.r\ to all physicians for -uch trouble*. Iave -- -
'JUCI tai ,j4il.v\ North.
:: pre-cribed u in hundreds ->f I .
KIDNEY CURE. ca-es with perfect succe-.' \V \, W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. -'-- -

0 Will cure Kri,:ht's Di l'a'l'. D'AIemberte. F. Palafox! I. No. I. No.a I \r,
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The Beer I UlI iop m UIp m tear. 1'.e'arols A'11.. t 111ft
:'t Will cure Diibete: .- SPKCIAL MASIKUM' SALE e:15 a m dS7! p m i \rrlu )foDUU..', lase Ii a ,
Will cure MOIIP in Bladder i i, I 1Ib am'ci,* p m I Arn.. Krrmialnasa ....... r rn
.1\Vill cure Kidn y and Bladder By virtue of a decree rendered by the 1:115 p III ':1111 m Arrivesehtlli.. t.."..
Di"p s.D'AIt'mul"rtl' 121 That Made Honorable L. J. ItFeret, .dg of tbs Circuit I tiam rasa; m I Arrive Lou1a'ila L.... I I"
PILES"IinOtred < Court of the Kim Judicial .ircult of t' 11): a m 11Sa a m Arrive larinckii l...k.. i '. (. u
K. Palafox. Florida in and for Encambia County, in'cbanc i -7tam- It'pm ArilTn "If''II. I...'. a 1 |1 IPENHACOLA
ry sit tic?,In Certain cau t> pending I j
Seasonable household in said court wbrrein Lucy Finch H corn-1 AND RIVER JUNCTIONNo. .
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&bUor&.1 of the daraotd UNHB 1 i 0ISSER I FPM OAS U 1 plamsnt and& ')rge L.Cooke,Joanna Debnrr '{
with !l-L> lly :OO.II.lY.O.tOP"h..t"D.h"'I".D 'IB
protruding Nc .
and kitchen utensils at the piles brought on by conit.pa Morris Btr as administrator of thee j 1 1I )- > '
lion with wtlch I WM aKicted for twenty tale of Lewi* LrardeceaedJobn I: lj'J tt- -
yews I ran across your CAsCARtTS in tta i I mane Win. A. Ulounl. Live Oak UUtilltry i I 1IM pm T.*) 1 m ,L -." fn;; -; Airt;t j v p III
Willis Hardware Co.'s.The town of Newell I* and never found itjtttD Co., corporation, and J. M. Pfeiffer and C. I 1J:15 night 1 IS" .". : nni* i a
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10 e ul tbem Today I -ISVICTORIA- .1 at::*) T W Yfil.itt. ,
; am entire.j. tree from \I.JonI'I a! necaton of the last 11\11 and p. sa
man who owns Ins own home plies and rl'f'llIkl a new man. testament of Anna seiauer.:: deceased, are Ut1.: .. T It .". Ltotnbl .. w ui"
Insures himself agaiu-t lot of C. H. Kiln nil Jones M Sioux: City, Ik r defendants. I Will expose lor sale to theI U&} I SS ,. .. M alai :aIt. :
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bidder tor cash Ii:ft T if H.p. ..
highest at
public outcry at
trouble and worry. Nobody can the county court bouse door in the city of atI", T U ......_.(.acu' ... lu
tame his rent, and the rent day has CANDYCwJc Peneacola. said Escambia county, daring Ii: :M f I 7r: .". .". ... Milton D.I.
no terrors for him. It's to owna MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. tbe legal hours of Bale on Monday tile 1:$) a m h... ... Uou eay ? ..
fount day of Adjust,A. D.!:>/!. the following 1:55": '115" .. .. .- Holt. ... .I
home now-a-days. Thos. C.I BKsr 10-CEXT BOTTLE BEER described real estate situated, lying acd I::S) It II" ... )fU... .. .. k.*>
Watson & Co. can tell you how ; being in Escambia County. Florida, to-wit: I: J" r>tr .".Cr..tn.w...._ I'.ilIn '
easy u is. Call ana sea them. IN 'IOWX.DANNHEIBSER. WS! of lot iv, block 14. Old City of Fensa- IJI" tj yt .. _bar Load ,.... '.y4
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cola fronting 40 feet, more or lei, on Government I:ffl It.le" Moe., 11.-4 a.
flta01 wtlliglr_ UID BROS. ktreet ty a depth of IK! :feet more '.0.1" *:\') .bkOatakNprligs, W '
Try one of our celebrated orlessbetweenpsrallel lines; and arpent 1:1'1". "u" ,". Argyle ._ H ..
AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED lot 411,bbackelford Plan In the said city cf ,:., .:6: fone d.lwoa._ f.*
]I. $ S. Felt Mattresses. I' l'ooucolalIleb embraces lots, :, 8i: andS 5:00" 1 :JIJ' w'.ttol.- t ITMl '
in block II. New City tract all according! 5. U Ii' .". ... t.ryrlllCotload4l..._ "
They never pack or grow PlU8&nl.! Palatable Fownt. Taste Good Po I L f, Harper f Msley. to map of laid city copyrighted by T. C. D iA",. II'I' ,__.IIOCLMI_ ...... .. 1.
Ooud,>.ter 3icien. We ilen.or Gnte.lOc.Ix.Inc. Watson In 15';. except the said arpent' lot ft:MIr.W 14T"I Cklpl.y IJr '
lumpy. Better than a hair ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Main House-401 S. Palafox street. 'II,ghackelford Plan atoresad Terms cab. :$1" I, .. .-._ 11-11 II
.._.. ...., r swt1I"....HUM. ".I.... rs R.R. purchaser; to pay for titles. HM .Mitiaaaa. .. I tPa t.
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mattress, at half the price. Exchanje-Opp. Union Depot I i E. D. BEGG-4. 1'Ii) 11:rt f fI I".. _. cy pr... .. .... aoRldl.
NO.YO aac 0.,1d any 'Dt..s tf a'ldrnj: P. O. Box 2sl. Pensacola, Fla. Special Matter laCnaacerv.JyUoawlw f1" 11:52" I ...ur.od ._._ 1.-:
Marston $ Quina. J ads W csx Totacc0 HaoG Phones 116-2M. 1:51; "' iJr.j6 nooa *sd. M : 111
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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA SATURDAY. AUGUST 2. tS02.r .


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A LEGEND OF ;ana you."your age and would not harm I


Cures All Kinds of THE COLORADO Sunface answered never a word, sitting -

fixedly, staring before him without!

Kidney and Bladder Troublest I moving his eyes from the speaker.

"lie is tbe ;god of the pass!" cried
[OllnaLl
one. "No man can go between the
di..ey and Bladder Trouble, Rheumatism. Out in that magnificent country rocks while he is there: lIe can call
1
I
: : .1 kinds of diseases produced ly an through which flows the Colorado there the lightning from heaven to aid him." I,II I

x -.. >f uric acid. was once an Indian chief of such Imposing "He is mortal" said Snake-in-llis-

I mien, such great strength; such Hole, and he hurled his spear at Sun- ,

I tiarvelous bravery, that his own ami face but superstition diverted his fcr Infants and Children.Ca .

HarrisLithia neighboring trills attributeil to him aim, and the weapon rebounded from
I ..iora i* a linnulo:: nh..ti.tnttfur ('a..Iur Oil, Pan-
I superhuman iiowers. His son, Ilaiu- the rock at tbe right Seizing another fork', RrnK ri.il South;; Sjrup. It i.* IMt'a...iut. It

l.ow, inherited much of his father's spear, Snake-in-His-IIole hurled it iT'ituinKfitlMT Opium .Morphino nor other Xartt tie

Water manly beauty and courage, and when again, only to strike the rock on the suli-titico. It destroys Worin and all.,) .* r,'\,'ri..lino*...

the father became too old to It'IIn left. Then the warriors drew off and It t-iuv. Diarrliu-ii:III AViiul C'tllit' It rrlio'IWtli-

war he summoned his and watched the man they took for a god \ny Trcub'es mill elites Cou..tfpatfnn. It n-::ul.iti-. this

t r>'( 'i mended: by the best: physicians allr of the people representatives I from a distance. Evening came and Stonuch and H \vcN, }ri\inir lieilth mill natural slfip.TJu .
tribesto
neighboring,;
tiie United States. For sale every- witness the ceremony of his aMica- still he moved not. Night came, and by CliUilri'ir I'.iuact'a-Tlif h'r'\ I'rioiul.

,'re i-hipped anywhere. the light of the full rising moon they
ton in favor of the younger man The Kind You Have Always BoughBears
When all were asl'mbleunfa"E'. the saw the figure still sitting between the

Nothing Can Compare father, addressed his son admonishing rocks, his eyes open and the reflection the Signature of
of the moon in the water striking upon
him to rule wisely then counseled the
LITHIA CARBONATED WATER for table npe. HARRI* LIIHIAEI. 1 his glittering orbs.
A..E: Io* the finest of all ales. I visiting chiefs to keep the peace, endIng When
midnight came, they said that
; by plat-in In the young; man's hand

Write for Free BooKlets-Full testimonials of I[ a spar which the old chief had carried no mortal could hold a spear poised so
cures analyses, long,
for surely not an old man. When the
t J' ow to your physician. many years.
One of the chiefs present had brought pale face of the moon looked at them #

Harris Lithia Springs Co. Harris S. C. I his daughter, Singing Water, to witness from the west growing more and more
Springs, I the Jalnl"Jaw! her ashen before the break of day. and the In Use For Over 30 Years.

.... I ceremony. old chief still sat with his arm raised ...r rn-.u. FO...... .. ..u....ar.rrr ".w '0". F...
and loved her. .. .
ilillraftor
saw ___'.. .J .. ,
the one by one the people before him fell -
young chief and loved him P.e- -

(lit TKLKl'HOXK fore the maiden returned with her father on their faces. When the run chased ..

to her country Hain'ohal! askedfor away the t shadows and the grim figure r v Every Woman
M. W. MARSHALL l'e1l5acolFla.: .
her hand I. but she had bern promised stood out more clearly Snake-in llis- Is .terr'l H: : w

to :another SnakeiiiMule.Siniu Hole was emboldened to ride forward.Ilrawin WI 1N llUJ r CU \ oJ.. \ It a Hhirlinq t. 1d'Spray:lMR

E VANOER31LT.! KILLS SELF WHEN SON: DIES. ; Water had no sooner departed { (nejr he leaned forward and \i 'i- .
:
peered into the white : I
i -- than U.iin'iow fell Into melancholy. face. TLeii heknew I ...c::> r" IIfmJort.'rsllndll .
) Itw..i ,
13.000 Grief Over Death of Insane Boy Drives His father seeing Il-nt! lain that :Sunface was dead. rarra inChinese I L' '''I '

Damages Father to Suicide. tatswouhl la. useless .is a ruler without Kainbow,,'; the maiden! across the ,.. jam*.--*''.'t_II..t. : .'.-
and i > '
oraire.XuRiist river thl'll't'It back Japanesellll."lf'.I. .
his .
Raleigh X. C. .-\U ust 1.-Jackson the maiden, proposed that they to t'atuerWhile I I .in'" '.N V
; 1.-.lmle rivrussiii the riser he I i ,.r t.i.:: ? y'nrfr4
Ellis, a farmer living near here corm should go: together to her father and met the Fancy Goods 1 .tfl l> II ft, \ 17
at the Septemoiirt Indians iu a boat bearing the body of t., |1.11..1 .d i.1 |- Ok
miltf'.1 suicide yesterday by shootin endeavor to swire her in marriage. : a allrlo oin; lil\ | rel.,
'. -- in this made the ,. his father, whom they perM' >ted in con TINE CHINA TEAS .
himself with a slmtsnn. They journey crossing the Uooni'< Times l:1dll: NV\\' t i" k.
,I again. His son. John Ellis, who had been: (Colorado! and appeared before the sidering a pod. 31 South Palafox St. '
r Mon The two tries' were afterward united
K
ned confined in the insane asylum beer, chief. lie did not dare grant their request under Rainbow! Laundry: Otllce.; I'eusacoia.: Fla ; OlICt

aled and the body was taken to the for four of :(ntauoairiu; SnnkeinIIisIIoIe. I
LL t'l I11: TlI: n. MiKi\virnicr. I have been authorized! to take
i Having met with !
home a politerefmal -
of his father
: -- 'f 1'I
i r-. of[ !n. I When the corpse of his boy was they !started wilh heavy l eym; if' It! -crirtione for Win. Jenning

I \d! Si mis hearts, on their return jouroer.tn GOLD DI :ST"LcTlhe lr 'al':3 "The Commoner
I paper
carried into the hous-e the grief of I ,
I' I the heartbroken parent was pitiable the way they saw SiugiiiVat..-r Bit GOLD- DUST- twins Co your work." !I j jGOLD : l tJ: ( ::,p'llltg..re.super.llr. ![ The price j itl.Oo per year ill ad-
to Puisaia: >f t .' .
1 tt.1111 or ting; on a rock waiting t', bid adieu to path: a' '
l I Ills sorrow was MI great that his rea- i r f vance. 1 hl'"tdeSlrllI1< the paitrI
I I ,
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.I' tad
the she \ s njcii.' ;\ 81
r \\ : man loved IaiIlIHJrlllh'
I : ut
I son was dethroned, and while in this I I T-. I can: have it ent to them by seuuusg
,.' L 'nol i' to the rock which was to the be!-.lit f. ure in 4S hurrsgiP: M.OOto the undersigned
condition he: went into his tobacco e-,..7 .. :
.
II 'h_" I h,' of his pony's back. SingingYater put I .a I.\-. < ittl 'lt 'MJ I nil.4+ I II. M. KocilE.Care .
barn and tired a charge of shot ,.
in'oh.s f .
.11. 04III nollG,1\;
t" "tour', brain. her arms aliout him and n hivp> p-d in I r I Daily News.

\ '11'1 : :," <'tt 11.hi his ear "Take me with you.:' l'ilI'ill::: I ri

1 : P! .!rI :\'. her liofore him on the horse, lie gar, I
Populist Enters Race. the word he used only when he wished THE GARDEN SECTION.Pensacola
Dublin. Ga.. II
August: 1 lion John
the lienst too at full and before
.:x I : .r !, than : sleet,
II. ria gott will make the race for tho
the few'
"''nil :: '. --. ,prove o people ttatidiiig about bud | o-C F-o
legislature from 1.aur'ns county .3n realized what lie was doing KainUm
:
: 'ed! ..: >'quence.nt |
ui Asheville the Populist ticket Some time sin.'e with his burden was going like the J Jwiiul. Florida

a full ticket was ]put out by the Poim- Fanfare (,followed calling; on hip ]I ,
tin will :Vi
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list party. Hon. J. I,. Keen I ;
and John son to ha It.lIak"III.IIi..Hol.
M rs of th* Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
C. ItegisUr were the nominees for th
I I..,.'ntat1n'j> (', seeing that s-ome DrT
legislature. Mr. Keen declined thu tiling was :1I1I!-.. rode to where then
t1Ylr '
I'o made +rhr!
I ,lain ol nomination and )Ir. Baggtt; has bee maiden had Ix-en captured amid learning Beautiful Lots for Sale.

numinatt'd in his stead. Mr.I Happen w hat had taken place, dashed after DUSTsolves

I for two terms represented Laurenscounty the fugitixes. calling at the same time 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord-
the problem of easy doh wishirjf: It cuts
in the legislature. to other warriors to follow him. :Fun
I \n i ii_. imnt.iasury. grease ar.d cleans dishes better thai ar.r.t;r 6 eibe! ing to location and surroundings.
face when he overtook: his son eluded ]Does its wcrk .jickly; we.. and econ m -ill

1. Pathetic Death of a Woman. him for what he had done, saying that 1 Madecrly ty THE N. K. FAIRHANK COMPANY,

car Ore-ensltoio, N. ('.. Aunus-t 1.-A'i- this was a rn,-h lid with which to 101.1 Chicago. New York Boston St Louis Exceptionally Good Neigliborhood, Beautiful View,
an Maktrs! ot OVAL FAIRY: SOAP.
the gusta Southern, a young white woman gin his rule. High, Dry Fertile Lands.

died at the railway station here. Slu It sin-Hied to the lovers that the old J

was in sear h of health and l had left man si...>kf rashly, fur tin- t'.dorad.I i' I The grandest opportunity for'investment ever

) h'r home at Alalon with the intention lay bttween them and safety Iud its
offered in Pensacola.
I of recuperating at the springs. U crossing was a slow! procesP.iforf If You Have

? tt'.t' fore she 'he 1 this they could descend a thousand feet to
rear place she slitfered Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
.'1 from sinking: spells, and their l">at their pursuers would be 'II'i| !
11on them, and when they climb, d I the 4
arrival she was carried into the crowded
'Hi- "l'l""itc dill they would I be within RheumatismURICSOL EL V.ClubbsCorner
.' station whue 5h.expired ahno.timnlt'diato.I
l 1111'I easy reach of arrows
}'. The cause of her deai'i i i _
""' a
;j.d When they arrive at the mer Sunface I "
'j lllllTub was coEsumption."I Garden, and Alcaniz Streets.
mile his son return to him On : the treat tested anden'Jorsvd

.. *-. spear which lie hall surrendered fuel luliformaItemed i
oil have had dial\ et.iu Us wnrt form," ; will cure
bruin the descent to the river wit ', \ :iu. It alpo cures Liver. Kidney and
i < ft hcarcioied- write*: Marion L"e of Dtnireith: tiled lor diseases, caused ty an excf-s of K. 0 HKKNT WM H KNOWLKH; w. K. 1IYKK JK., J. H. KKKHE.:
tin maiden. The
.' Ind. "I tiie.i eijfhtphy-ici-in-- young man >::1\'I' up uric acitl. It never hil8. and builds up l'rt"I.1 t- Vic President. 'a.bl..r. i8'l l'..sbler
I nil unl'-- nut relii-f. Only three Imttl"of holey's the spear and led Sinjrins:: Water down the health and, Mrorth while using it
.11' taken the trail. When the sin I stamp for back out made wllmm. eaine $
Cure pursuers
Kidney me a up
1'rioe. f I per bottle. For tale!
"I I it- normal ." 11'.1. H'\1"1Ilbf-n.., 121 :S;. they found the old chief sitting mi lu- by wit : !1., de,;tr '....d I'altfux.- i horse hi the IMI of a shallow: !'tff'am1Io'illl II supply you It will be pent prepaid upon First National Bankor

out i.f f 11 .4f" -_ n __ receipt ol price Address
: between two roeks which hoonld
which i N nothing I
I .-"iiditi'iti! fli the Dies From Rattler's Bite. touch with either hand and tow i Uricscl Chemical Co., Los Ingeles.Cal i

Tifton. (;a., Ausu 1.-One day th- grin:; far above hisa i or the \

"I. Huiulml Mian, week John Suggs-. a tepro man !living a The Indians had so Inns heen used toiinsideriii Lamar: & ?2rkin Drug Co., Atlanta, 6a. \ FLA.WM.

> if III'00S I ('alc>,'tI by in \Vorih county, near Sycamore, wa? ( !; Sunface as superhuiu.-m 1 i Distributing Agents. 4 ::: :

iMI'it be CliTedy liiltrn that the awe In-pirinir sight: ol tbe uloll
hy a brge rattlesnake feetkins.
512! KKOWLEfl. W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. HP.EM
.V
%'V K. HYEB
i P. .I-mitt for cir- JI
man sitting on his horse riyid.; hi-
Despite; all that could be done ; -pear I
D. O. BRENT.MgB .
for him :'-;utli..d.; after :24 hours'of 1 ptiiMil. his eyes rjsetl upon then leader
I'o Toledo
.V n.
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PARKER'S

j .c, bore terriblsuiTeiin the uarie: 01'a;; good.Ilmhle yesterday. Su es iu brought.His.IIoN them' himself to a sudden, though halt.OlIa.I'brave: andanpnil <7ratoif HAIR and tnla.n BALSAM ire hftj ( ui 4 muU nin

Ir." Ili/trretc and hi.- tragic death i is reunited negro fiy on. recoiled.at the aUluction of the maul 4 I'.m Hair are to I'IU.O.its Iurar.It Youthful Restore..n.at'I.N.ver Co'or.Gray:. x B U At t ad g SoL It'f'lrWe

many white friends who knew him Cun-f wp! rt wtft Itttr ..myr
;' h ice. will sell "Stand: aside, old man:" he cried.Ve ', ,",I l I Wfll l
.
uvfttn $ (Jnfiia.llww "\ r,'-nwl \ oil fur vottr inst
Murray Nominates Henry. Cures Cancer, Blood Poison, Eating LODGE DIKEIM Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holand, pain BelgIum, RUllsla, Not

I \' and Tnron Spring! Place.: Ga.. August 1.-At tli: Sores, Ulcers, Costs Nothing to Try. way Sweden. Denmark and other European countries.
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/ :.!>ur0' (prates, primary election! hold in Murray: \\'. hood |pni
a It ..." \It..nl oni I.. Hi-in > was nominated overV.. J are the wrrst and tno-t deep--eated KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAh Obligations Taken Payable at Port of eatiratioit Ten or Fifteen DaYI

? Peeples for the legislature Gpor!.;" I blood di-ea,; on ('arth"et the after Vessel Arrives there.O .
r-vular meeting! of I 1' n"&l'"la LenlgP. Ni 3. K.nfP, .
Arrowond clerk.V. C Groves, sh'I' easiest to cure whet Itotanic Blood --

M. heal Society at iff: \.t Parsons. tax 1'lJlledor; 1-:. ..\ Balm, i< u*.-d. If you nave Woo mists every Monday Ting :' .: 8afety Deposit Bozos for Rent in Connection
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I at :"O nt t'a-tle lIa.
tI "-.,Ith oil'.ee it F poison, producing ulcer, bone pai'H. with which have Priva
GI'I'linrIrt'ar..r.; The elec-tion wfiitoff ) ?: 1 in the Klnunt Wk'.n we a Apartment for the U.e
1 ty. .\II>r. I 12 and Ltii with pimple*, imicuoiipatche-, falling KaiMInR third fioorVlsltm of Renters.I .
quietly only small .
one fight
mile are cordially! itclitng-kin.; -crofula. old rln-u- I r. < hr. thren o rdoi 1
in the southern portion of the c welcomed I
countvTo .
mati'in or itffH ive form of c" t Ir:'h. H
i\ I.CK
A r DfUIIKKV "CIO" ;-cale-deadly cancel rat I .: H. HORSLKKK.
I're->id6at. .My Friends. ing, bleeding. fe tenng "or..... -\\' II K.A r't.
It with I tell! whit Kotlol WE WILL-FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE
.1 i i; i- jy you ing-lump--. p.-r-i-tent wart mor' !

v-crefirv. I the forme. f Wt" troubled with inylonuch take ]'>iUnic Blood K.ihn !n. It BIt .
fi-revfra! mouth. 1 1b l'p"u 'n''" tr...hy f r .nr han.t.
Will cure even the wor-t c -e aftiI Laurels ,..
,.. ,., .
-ii,s advi-ed to uK:l.d'! I din -*.'.1 I everything ..I-I' tail" B. It. B. dIal. 4f.- w-' ...1....t..1' I.:". I"' RI .tA !In ,:.. t .rl; at't .
wordcannot tell i ,. ., ,: :". .....,.,,, f'e... ',", r I
r\LA Y:=G- 1st i tl.- good i tI the poMMi' lint of til"' s\'sf:. in Mill Again ,, '. .\\ ,," I...... I, .,._..,, .'.." .,. ,,..
i dot '. .\ lI..i< !liur !had I. '
hri-: e m i r dy--
bl'i. d, th.t'r IIH.I- '
I > -< re : .kinjj' Paria Erpoeltftm' 'I'::: t. ;:;, ,::: I'"r: '''''': '1' .' ..
|I'ep-II| -u UI If hh: '1 Tied Itt o-t '' and rich and .. ,
mile bi\tHll'ul' bur fin I ,
C made the Gold -"
:rn Meal Mills I > \er> thiiii: I told him III u-e K>.- ill$: up the bl' 'nell-dnWll body. Ji Hedjl Award to I .,. .'..."....,"".;,11. ,..I.,.....N. !.. I, .
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,. ..r. mended it-n. \V. Fry, Viola. : stores: U per large bottlt. Trial \, ) "'1' a I "ltf" .. .. .1. 1 .. .1

I I tail >M KK (ilton 1 i'J | Iowa, Health and ..tr>-iuth. ,>f iniinl treatment free by writI; : H 10).11 .ilL T" y 1' N I r tir.wtrni.. ,;. .! :+r.;r'II.. : '; :;.

I' and bud)', d i'slid ou the toinu: >h, Halm L'u:111 tutu. lie f-cnbe s..: 1. ,, a Of". I I..d.1 "J I,,... '.:.. k.?an '.'a.r.. .I..t ,, : I.J"..:
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nid norti.al act> ity of th" dlr; -hr. trouble and free medical udvicejivfn WHISKEY MI. f ".... ,lt t I..'.', '.to 118.Ir.v S.r'. '. r :k III'" a'I.,.....
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>.: i Lrynr tb..rto I. ." inlod"l.. the great revolt until cnrnd H H. B. -iocs not ., x. a tills. I'' :OJ'"
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H "inin Mendtectursr.y -'nH.t11I1I l'. cure all.t"mach I contain mineral poison or ni-Tcury CoM med J._ + ..f' ,_ a R ,. tiIT..t .. r. ,, r l. f
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1I..ln4a trouble! iiidiue-tion. (1V5 ...rded at vr ) 10"
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( :1- *o many : : t'ctiy I. ;otnutd bt'nf'lt..o' ;qt'.n ''I'1'-1:& KoUel di.-e-t- any aid food I j but rc nupu-ed of Pure Botanic Insrredient '&II lAW quad. a Mn 'u Llli1UIC.....- r -t r- .t} : ,. I..t ".1.ya,.

iiuf.ctjrer JOt ]i I vonat.. Take a do-e after meal-s II *. Over *TO '. i'ho. "oa o'"- '1 H ir>:iPh.irinacy.. John Sheppard. cure by taking liotanic Blood Balm I LOUIS, M0.

,".: a fh'vpor&you live ant I I Sidney K 11.11. ,1.11.1:. ail; tV Uaunntl r.J I byes. I

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tu ii I 11111-4 say it it thmost |Infant bnkki -
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I e y { (. .' I look furwarl with exjmfancy to my

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but it IK au honest f""L Ibat i think row E"

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bar" ,'rtr tabled r'.r il" Iwalth.I n!! Ihrluur. -

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1902


..NNN.1N FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ---
.+...+..................>.... :NNN/NMNNN ONLYINFANTS'
I .THE BIG STORE. -
.. : GREATEST VALUES< : '
x : .< $5,00000 .* 5 .

- Worth of Summer Merchandise 5 : IX Tnr. Jl'!


,, .: to be Sold During this Month. .; AUGUST SELLING HERE IS YOGH GAIN .:. HISTORY OF THE STORE. | <


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, Wash Goods Department. CARPET DEPARTMENT.Velvet Embroideries and Laces. I CHILDREN'S,

HALF. PRICE IN FIOURED LAWNS.NVliitA Carpet at.!',.}c yard 1,000 Yards Emb. Beading, 5 and lOc yard .

X-I.ir Mu-lin -Ic yard Brussels; Carpet at ) yard 2,000 Yards New Emb. Edge i

FIn.. \Vnlu- (i'd.,. .. lucyard; Union 1.;rain Carpet ..:{ yard and Inserting .... ..... ..5 and lOc yard! | <* MISSES

I'l'lUM, Tennis FUnncl. (lillitea Wool Ingrain Carpet at.. .;55c: yard I,0d0 Yards Torchon Lace 3c yard ,
ClothV"Vfn Jfgdra ... .. .... 15c yard
Rugs 25 per cent ot!. 300 Yards Black and White
On Counter. Lace Bands Fine Goods 5c yard
Remnant Lineoleum at Half Price. : ( )

Summer Underwear. Lace Curtain, odd pair, at Half Price. 300 Yards Linen Emb. and Inserting; *, 4, 5 and 6 StrapsAll
with Linen to Match at Co*t.
Lace CurtainEntire: :Mock at 2o per cent oil.
_. rJtlI>'>*. I* di-*' rIeevpp-5'-sts.-1lot 5c
:35 D"z. Indie*' He<*vel<>i4 Pests, SPECIAL OX MATTINGSSpecials Gents' Furnishings. over Patent Leather Sandal SACRIFICE Pi ,
Bhneh..d .:SforlOc
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:a.I'.z.. I.adtes' Sleeveless: Vest,
T ap..d. . .. . .. .... ...4 for 2c for Monday.7to9a.m. Men's Bleached 3bc I.i"le'e each. t!, Sleeveless; !j MONDAY AND TUESDAY ONLY
If,1).z. Ladl."Ifele: : ,; \'e..h. .
Li-l. Thread. ... ..... ......3JC each Gents'; Straw Hats at Half Price. I
3U lt.'* I Pw'ys' Shirts and Drawer II MISSES': ix-Strap: Patent Leather anda-! *

lldihru'&ran .40c suitE I' vt)2.2o irto2.Now.: .... .. .. ..... ...... ...... .. 51 I ,8 jgff
;: : 1hz. Men's shirts and Drawers: 10 Yards Lawn or Challie ..25cCurtain Shoes. :

" Hllhrl all. . . .. .. .. .. ..4"c suit
.5 to 7l-jc yard HIIjD5' Five-strap Patent Leather anji .
Strong Point Oxford for Boys..now Jl ;50 n nn I A

Waist and Skirt Department. Cotton Crash; for Towel.3.t rc yard Ladies' Oxfords, ;Ii:J.nowFLfiS ', ) sizes b''.. to 11, \0\\. ... .. ...... .. .. .. .. . 0' }j|)

Iadies'StrapsL75.. .. .. .. .. '
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2; Diz.V! & ColoredVaiit.3..,c each Ix30: Linen Towel*, in Huck or Damont .... .... ...lOc each now $1 >
|w (1'.1. Xadra-j Wai-H" .. . ..;oOe each Ladies' Oxfords, *250/ .... .. .now 1.t.s INFANTS' Four-strap Patent Leather I'al.: I i. .

"" 5 D .z. ( h.ttibry \Vutworth Extra Hize Knotted Fringe Towels. .. ...25c;: each or ?2)1) doz Ladies'Straps, $2 w.. .... .. .... now fl.97 vt/0| slzas 5 tl .. NO11' . .. .. .. . .. .. .. . C 02
*l .Jt"fl.-. for ... . .. .. .. ..$1 each
White Duck :-ok Irt-. . .. .. .....jOJ each Linen suiting, for Ladies' or Children's Wear..... ..lac: yard Men's Lowluarters in Proportion. -- ,----
, Cnl",1 lIul'kklrt-". $ !.O, were $1 50
mack and 151ue Tirilliantines at L'HC off
('ul..nd l'.lIuhryklrt.U! :*). were *:2 ;50:; regular price. Hardware.NEW
r New W..I| \Vjlkin.kirtJ, ..f25n to i7.-;, Wool ( Grenadines '!jc: oil. MEYER SHOE CO.

:STOCK ENAMEL PAINT.
Ribbon Bargains.i

I I": AIM ..ll"i-N i'iT.ilf.-tt( Ribbon IV ydI IHillinin 3olju0oiip"e t BOlt. Hammocks, Patterns Single and, Cheap.Double, Latest i poet 1'iiiiii-lier- C.i I..h Oiil).

All ':'il-.r. N.I. ill ntMi Kibl'oti, Luc ydf \ I
OtII V ii.- I I' I-:.i'y Kibbn'i at. c yd Enamel Ware Blue and White, Rig stock 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

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SAD CASE I time has coUie when young; girlare F R. POU, <* <* .

: unsafe on our street-; They ale enticed I U'liVcrrr. 'r

oil but with your airtance; I : : : : FEED, LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.OPEN a
OF THE YOUNG

will prosecute the parties directly DAY AMD NIGHT.
I.. Ayt lnu'mU-iiHa ..strt.
respou-ible and see if this thing can I -- --- ( .MONDAY. j
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CARROLL GIRL not be stopped." POU & QINQLES, Managers.

The mayor thought the case one o-AT-o
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for investigation; by the county au- "V i, V"

DEVELOPMENTS CAUSE LEADING I t!.oritie* and bound the girl over.P.trties I L. FRIEDMAN & CO'S :

t: CITIZENS TO AID IN SUP. reined to make a watraut F R. POU, .",ot :

against her and she was relea-ed.
ti> RACKET STORE.- @i
PRESSING LIKE CASES After court warrant; for the two > .< FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER. Ii(;

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r IN FUTURE. women named were sworn out and ; 17 Vest Ltendeiicu Street. Office Phone, ,\1.\ Residence Phone, 673.i : 100 Doz. Willimantic Spool Cotton :.),
special: Oilicers Frank and Kay ai- i

-- reted the Cuhing woman at Uin: Ii i Thread Two Spools for 5c. :'>

.\' !h il li. 'It expected, a large II I A Necessary Precaution q?
o'clock. The other woman: was arrested I FISHING FLEET
,, i Don't neglect l a cold. It is worse -
I t .i I of cui .u. ppnili[ were at t -
!shortly before noon. :i than unplea-ant.: It i* dan;;erou-. One Case Yard Wide Sea Island Domestic lit"
I Prominent ;gentlemen in the city TO BE REBUILTThe
I : ;you can cure it at once. Allayin 10 yards for 45c.
trial of
from the
tear tlfrVflojun> ui
have interested themselves m this llainmatiou, clears; the head rof/tiii-. .l
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, Hrbi ('arrtil the ;tirl alluded to in I' strengthens; the mucous mem-

i :r..t..rd..y afttrnixtii'-4 Nlwaashay- j Iae. and among these ir Ilev. J. M. I entiit fishing t!<'Uofauuder: I brane. Cares cough, croup throat AT JO O'CLOCK MONDAYWe : -
: Dannelly the Methodist church. ] and lung trouble;. A b"oluIl'I'afe,
t..; tit fined articles troui several & C.'.. vr all\ that need it, will be rebuilt -, Acts immediately 'hildren like itHarpi .

,q-.: I,-u<-. in HI6'e..t End. The In c gave nftrehctith hi* encouragement Marshal Credillehe towardthe il on the compan>"'.* way, and Sidney*'Kahu.Saturday Pharmacy. John Sheppard, will place on sale 50 pieces ot :IIt2

I '.";" tM'iti*' j>ronnd were not tin work has already commenced. Lawns worth 8 and lOc yard
suppression; of this crime, now I E and Monday we will -til '"
but The smack Pri-cilli' i is I lying at the
1.rlllc..II\III t tday: probuhlyiu -
growing in tin city. He knew from 10 yardColored Dimity for 4>cent- : to go at 5c per yard.
'.111" out m tintrul Monday wharf being dismantled and when regular priceTjcer.ti.:: F. Urawn-
;" being connected with the United er. ---- lit
r utf w' -n otl >*r C:+'>"> III Cnn her spars and rigging generally are
Charities some of the parties for 50 Pieces Fine Sheered Figured Lawns Wj.t) t1
I taken from her she will be the firstto I CONCERT AND DANCE ATMAGNOLIA
: t.e will
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whom l warrant had been issued.Marshal I 1! t.t
;j i i be sent to the marine way and BLUFF THURSDAY 25c yard, Monday and Tuesday to go at ir
Credille wa furnished along Q
I I NIGHT. TRAINS AT 8, h..to AND ,
f i l' "-.MI.; -' ,-.. ....n-ir th. fhdi.f receive a thorough overhauling.
list; of people lat evening who 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT ilk
| j'(-k' : ,- tnuruuh. and she sat have knowledge of tins case andubpoenas It wa learned at the fish house 11:5u. TIClETCE: ;: T=-,, AT MH- iCs: :\ :\ \ llll'-:, lit! J'l.FAsl-:: ; : IJI!

L i (1.1.. : ,ir ;i in,itl-'y lot of .. thi morning that this had:: been contemplated I i I DEPOT. -

r J ,-,o" : ,11.:1':" oblivitiu- i cri' I' will be served today and I for some time but for !! L. FRIEDMAN( & CO.rWWWMVWIkv
tomorrow for the trial Monday. The KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. :
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marshal and Mierill Smith, I
I' mayor I Pen-acola Lodge, No :'A. K. of 1'-
U' ,1Were m tit! court room. poned. lV
"k- : --- j II Regular mfol'tiu1'uIJa>' ni;.:-lit. %
\Vifitlt c +-e was ttn.Uycalled, !I expressed- JUST LOOK AT HER. I' An:;. -th. at h o'clock. A full attend- \ ) ) ) -r'o
lance: Work the Rank
; reque-ted. in
I -ilu* u\H'-i>rjd the Usual duor- Whence came that sprightly step !:
j thing to puni-h offenders of the law faultleskm, rich, roy complexion of Page and other important buines. -
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-rly udi -i.ce. She was reprent -
j I bearing uJon like caeand it ism.re smiling face" She look good, fetUirood. H. A. LEE, c. C.HE.R Crab nets and fishing ( /1"(1 ''Il'
I Here' here
*- -l by H"'tt. C. II. Lauey: who *.pcrf't.he: use
", than probable that the thin? Ir. \' IIORSLER K. R. 1'\. '( IIIIIIIII
i KmiV New Life Pill'. Resultall fis.
tackle suit at
Client of to everybody, c
toblt red ( .r !'Mynuu a plea
will stop nzht where it i-, organs active digestion good, no I
- ni.t guilty to a docketed charge of ( headache, no chance for "blue*.'' : GRAND EXCURSION.To the Willis Hardware Co's. I
,. Try th"111ur.folf.. Only 25c. at W. ii '
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brlt..t a Jaiin'rrtXH and su-piciou- j I SHATTERS ALL RECORDS. A.:D'Alemberte' ijii :
Clea.ninladies; skirts and waist :: I A
i t.atact"r. 1 Twice m hospital, F. A. Ualledge,
.. I 11'erbet.a, Ala., raid :I'a..t HIm to Just received a New Lot of Boys' u one of err specialties Star: Laun : nurloRELT&VPN9A

Ti witn --es appeare1 agalustliar j doftor- cure a fe\'ere" case" of pile, White Straw Hah worth ooc, 7"c: dry. .

" ti, I 'imna, from whose home' causing: tumor When all failed I and $l.li i to be closed cut at 25; ;35; ,:JII AA

H,.. hifdttt'ti drabs had lieeti >tnleil.a j llucklen'- Arnica Kalvet.on ,cured', I and 45: cent. Win. Johnson ,1l1ll."ubdue, ;: Ii.i1 immution ( 'u- the leading Real Estate Aei;. take '
of tits) i :special Otlicer ijuerAulie-, kill- Pain Best salve ;\[ and River Junction ?
a* .m* e an< I all the oil the shoulder: of the .
worry :
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in te! world.) :!''l'. at W. A. I) Alemdrugstore. HI': Ol.l'TlO'SIHIl'nn Sunday mornintr, August 17. leaving
the other. Mr.( tina: started Union owners of property, inanaze the.
kay va ht'rttl' I I depot at 6 a. m.-the only an
of their houses and the
col.
ti Mi how the girl h.iJ :lined ad- I Ity the "',,11I a II'\ Missionary Six ir't) ol nual excursion over the P. & A. renting lection of their rents as conscientiously AA
I the l'rr"litrri.ui Church l'pna- Round trip Marlnnna, $3; River ,
tuittBBce to til- home. hot as it watily < FISH RECEIPTS |! Junction! $a ;jf,. From Milton) to I a; they would themselves ;

teary evidence It was Hot alk cola Fl.t at Their Meeting ..Inly$, :'>Marianna #250; to River Junction, Their charges are very reasonable. DAILY MENUSComprise :
moil. f'l. Ticket good for five days to return -
vmd. Otllc "r Itiy told where II;.. :i THIS MORNING on any regular ria'!9uger: train I ,.
I Wherea Our Heavenly Fatherha Purchase tickets at ticket office. all tl' I ; :
found and arrested
girl had been seen fit to call to her reward our For further Date Dishes Mu )
\I Ijrftert ---- information apply to i, Hotel Camden tdf .
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).". and also of report Inch 1 loved friend and honored member ROBT KINO or i I kets of the \\''.rid A'
I The smack Joie May armed this P.
THOMASExcursion
bad rt-iched !l.iin. Veiuble Holt Walker, be it Afford.
I i iThtolen '1 i CV.MliALAIJA3I .V, ..
morning with loin snapper, and the Resolved, 1st, That WP testify to Managers.
garment WM produced'atk AA,)
It wa identili" tiy )lr.l ll1n3.1 I Lettie G. Howard with :2.U". her loving zeal and interest as a :Saturday and :'olondawe will sell Is Now Open to the Public, ;>0Ladies'

smacks lilting out for sea, to aJ I member of our Society and to the 20 dozen :Men's L.lUu'dri..j: Shirt. '' :
I'hf r.H at that it had been fi>uud iu I loveliness and purity of her Christian. with two collar and cuffs at 51 i under the management of Private ::
at daylight; tomorrow are the Josie cent; regular price, 75 cent,. F. E. .
: tit* jrltl'i i'o-trr-ioti "' .1' ,iJmittei by and Florida. character ever ready to perform her ISrawner.
Hoxie Parlor. *
" May, Mary Dining
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full ;share in benevolent cause. ,
)Ir. Iany.ilftfetidant 'I every iMRS. S. MIMS : 11-

'I h. w.uworu and The pat, present and future of Let us ;strive to follow her example CONCERT AND DANCE AT ....

and walk as she did in the footstepsof MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY of Pensacola, Florida. '
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spade ., statement which startled all Hood's Sarsaparilla are: It has; x'A.
cured it is curing it will cure. the Master. NIGHT. TRAINS: &. b:*) AND I Regular Dinner Daily.
who hear it. She said; substance -- -- 2nd. That while we mourn our 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT RATES REASONABLE: j' -

that she hud lived at home, but CONCERT AND DANCE AT loss we bow in submission to the 11:50. TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT By the Day, Week or Month. .:

r to women Mary Cushing and May MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY:; will of Him who "Doeth all things I DEPOT. I I II Short Orders I'roinpif1 dFllled. ":..

NIGHT TRAINS: b, S:3i AND well." __ i Table Furnished with the Rest the NI tit IT Hay
t $itnaa. had each enticed her to go to Market Afford; III.
9. LAST: TRAIN RETURNS AT 3rd. That we extend to our beloved All kinds of Furni- I
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home for immoral ()-. #. .
'" their these houses purr and 11:50.; TICKET- 2; CENTS, AT pastor and family our deepest At rrvoriS Sture l make at nearly cost, 1 Public Patronage Solicited.Free H tt'atomethIcgGooe t II(,
I'Ibt' had to room for II
pi'ne DEPOT. wish, '
< __ sympathy with the assurance that, new stock. you you'll oad I(
hd l live there for days at a timebut though his beloved wife was with us Sample Rooms. It.

when she found for what reason TO THE BENEVOLENT.The ;so ;short a time, her memory shall I Sunday Rates Made to Traveling Nick Apostle: ;
Men's and Roys' Straw; Hats for
. she left. live in our hearts as a sweet fragrance Men.GOVERNOR'S.
her wa wanted Restaurant
presence less Popular
that shall not pass away. than half price this week at ,I _
rife *aid !tie was: but It; years of Wm. Johnson Son's. Fresh stock. I
in midst i i
poor our are needingaid. 4tli. That these resolutions be
-It"'. !spread our minutes / ISLAND K. Y. ..JIIIJJllllrl1lV \
Let those who can, send moneyto upon publishedin COLD STORAGE WATERMELONS VT H., July &, 1S92.! -Sealed proposals J \111I \t .
had concluded her Hate"
she the
When town papers and the Christian .
hand ALL PRICES AT GAR- in triplicate, for furnishing forage
United Charities to
tat lit Mr. Laney arose and asked or IHP. Observer and a copy be furnished to FIELD'S. and straw required in Dept. of -i

warrant be H-.ueJ for the two J. M. DANNELLY. our pastor. the East, durIng year ending Jane I will repair your wacf.! *'1
r that (Signed) MRS. W.r. FISHER 30,1903, will be received here and at J levelly In flrat-clasa style. I'
woman named and gave notice that, Lay the dust. You can buy places indicated in instructions issued .
Jat Received full line of Fall President
hereunder, until 12
m.t August
taJ reached a in ladies. All shades. garden hose at the Willis
Gloves for F.
F 'me* thins: pass For the Society. 7, 1902. U. S. reserves the right to
f r.uacoU where it wa positively E. Brawner. Hardware Co.C.a.STOn.A.. reject or accept any or all proposalsor ly buy nl
Save
j-BalMm Stop.the Tickling any part thereof. Information bIOlley '
dangerous for young girl te go alone Just received a New Lot of Boys' ao.d ttJ.ayr, InAseinu'Ln 111 t.1Qroal: : .. furnished on application. Envelopes your future ,

t h. pros osed t-> apply the law to all White straw Hats: worth 50c, 75c before you buy Fur- e-td. Ifo Ind aean, 3014SIpIttle containing proposals will be endorsed Marston Qufnlt'IGreat

these women who made a practice of [ and tl.li), to bs closed out at 25, See Fryer nitnre. Hi prices r. "Proposals" for Foraze and Furniture Empo-
Straw at JOHN
SIMPSON
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procuring young girls for bad pur- and 43 cents. Wm. Johnson & t are the lowest. at A. Q. M. O. 10j4t&oa2t: rium.
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