The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: August 4, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002076174
oclc - 33669261
notis - AKR4558
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System ID: UF00075893:00903
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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[ Special to The Daily News. Special to The Dally News: '

I Kaleiga. N. C"I:?. 2.-=- 3overnorAycock Atlanta. Aug. 2.-The Alhambra ho I l
-- has : of extremely
disposed an
I tel. 391 PeacLtree street, caught: fiN
: interesting case by ( Cmmutins; to life I
at 1:43; o'clock this morning and in
I Receding" and the Situation + !Imprisonment! in th.. nitentiary[ the of few moments the structure I
\\ s i I death sentence of Richard Blanton, L space a Officers Ray and Frank, Patrolman *
was in flames. At 3 uc lock every
i who convicted of I
a negro was as
portion cf the building was wrappedfire
Vastly sault and sentenced to be at
Improved. Salisbury hanged In and its total destruction was Benjamin and Capt. Sanders.

seen to be inevitable.
Rihaid Filming, convicted at the
--- >S Firemen worked heroically!! to save
same time was hanged, and, dyin.j, '
I the building but being constructed of --
Nv\\ II. declared Blar.ton's innocence ,if !Sixteen fined '
.wood, it burned with great rapidity. negro ramblers were 'I
I Governor A 'cock in his reasons
i Tbere I I. cuTexas STEYN ARRIVESIN I I for commutation: "His guilt is too and their efforts were futile. $10 each this morning by Mayo
There 75 guests iu the hotel at
'I were : I
now e\-:
I; uncertain I to permit his e .t'<.u IOn." Jones. Mandy Allen, colored, was
the t'me! and many were forced to
1.:1bealllt'rlO part I! The evidence against him was that ; g-amblina-I) PRIMARYThe
fined for
,. ENGLAND jurtp from windows to save th>:r I keeping: a
I ( tbat Inr t'lllt'lt !
of the woman who on 1saw. him in !
i Itces.o one was killed but several j house.
tads> ur tonljbt.It. the uncertain light through an open '
: 1 of the lirazogb .1 door. At firtIht:> failed to Identity sustained more or less serious iu Early yesterday morning Special democratic executive committee .
Special to TLe News. juries and had narrow escapes from
> till *ut>tntr"M, Daily him. and the officer turned him loose | Officers
cremation.The Ray and Frank, Patrolman of this county met at the
U i I. u smoke that pervaded the building Benjamin and Capt. Handers surrounded county court house Saturday Bight
t* J II:Iii-!! wide near !Meat Steyn, of the Orange Free State. by a witncs-s: who proved a goal char
>f !.".!' International irrhed at Southampton today with acter. The trial judge earnestly recommends in thick volumes was so dense the house, which! i? on La- with an attendance of thirteen. The

1'1'I > tracks are uu- sin: family, on the steamer CariibroskJastk :: the commutation, and says and hot that many were overcome and Rua near Alcaniz street, but when former chairman and secretary were
> al fi\j and Ml:. He FlscL- were carried from the building insen
wail met by Messrs. that but for
an implied understanding
Bible their presence waslearned| the usual present and a, number of citizens
Ii.-t: reports their t r, \\\'Itoes; and UeBru)'a, the former that the sentence would be commutedto .
.t It will bt Sua- t'otr delegates. He will go to the life Imprisonment lie would have The guests succeeded in saving mostof hustle incident to a surprised negro were also spectators.

\na Midland Gauialand !Hague, where former President Kru- set the verdict aside. Blanton proveda their trunks. "crap game" took place. Eleven of The body got rrjjlit; down to business
will be ,er will eo (rom Utrecht to meet him The Alhambra hotel was built! in1S95
good character on the trial. Manyof the
Monday for the express purpose of accom. participants were caught and and upon an estimate from
the lawyers and other reputable
Mr. Steyn too ill modating the crowds that came to the the others was arrested on war Hon C. B. Parkhill who stated the
vMtly Improved wag to bear the citizens of the county recommended
lieavy raIns the I journey to London although a special! I commutation, and most of them express big exposition. Built as an emergency rants. amount left over from the first nominating .
hotel, the materials used in it were '
ij be a thing ot talon carriage had ben attached: to grave doubt as to his guilt. The negroes testified against one primary; was decided to
.he regular train for him. Ills! physl- cheap consisting for the most '
---.- ian would not allow him to be interviewed part of wood with an exterior of plas another, and in telling what the I raise the sam 'of $200 to defray the

I but Mr. Steyn: sent word that DARING DEED ter.: "other fellers" did, constituted the expenses of second! election, this

: ., ". AT he \\shed to express his thanks for The property was owned by J. L. best witnesses the city hall amount to be raided by placing proportionate
the courtesies extended to him by the I I I Dickey and the total loss is estimate ---
OF HIGHWAYMEN at between 115.000 and J20.000. assessments upon the dif
British authorities since the
turren3er -
L and given him during the voyage. I. STRANGER CAUSED fUt:>ut candidate

The former president was raised on a I R. W. Angle, from precinct a, inquired
stretcher to the Dutch steamer Batavler i Hpoclal to Tbe New a.Alh GIGANTIC REAL
SOME EXCITEMENT into the matter of paying
Ill, which was moored: close to < us..li..u-;. 2.-.,:.t ot ti'men !

t ,I :.-At Carts Brook castle. He will be lanj- daiir.sam.-..: ? la'v..t: t vomado ESTATE DEAL!I deputies for their services; on July

-!t. !} tb'.s ed at the Hook of Holland and convey I in this ;,!;u-e .-. mmd ui a pi; ,. I i 15. The employment of deputies at

ed in an ambulance he ... .strange man in the yard of M.
hiiouni to the cottage reserved Mrt ur.i! r tht glare of two (I.- each had
polling been
I place not authorized
!.'! ki.l-: for him near the Hague. i I trlf' lights f'.il: !I..-.-. thaT half a scoots C. Gonzalez: on West Chase street
t-pecinl to The Ntw. by the old committee and it
j ,
"" ;criedttte1 tion. the c'c'lrtlHu: e. ( last I II I
night caused some excitement
: I| ,1.y. Tiiman was mming up town Atlanta, Aug. 2.-The largest and I was not thought the old body could
J. PIERPONT MORGAN most significant real estate deal that in the neighborhood. He was
, gw ; i iu j I about 10"< lock wN-n be was followed I be held responsible for salaries: bat
:'J a stiau;k r act hlad 'u oft by an- has ever been oon! ummdted in the city thought to have been there fur purposes
.. of Atlanta was flowed a few days ago all other outstanding bills which
oth and ,
BUYS PALACE: r ai. alt [Sip) was made to of robbery. Several partiessaw
hold him ur. His! proH'ptnw-s of ac- when the firm of G, W. Adair told to were thought good were ordered

., .. .rr.... : thin prevented the accomplit-hinent of i local syndicate all of the property In him, bat none recognized: : him honored.

ra..; r:..f j their purpohf. The mayor and a numbir the city and in Fulton county belonging other than to distinguish that he
W. A, helby and Frank Johnson
Special to The Daily News. the Atlanta Real Estate ,
to company
r.:. his of citiztns punned the two but | was a negro.
a Peterat s New York.'Aug. 2.-J. Pierpont Morgan their escaped! in a lumber yard not for the handsome sum of J20S, candidates for county commissioners

] to l haveB.WII has just purchased from Georgiana until alter they had been shot at doI )ttl in cash. were both present and spoke to
the Countess of This is the largest single! sale of LOCOMOTIVE FIREMEN
trou- : Dudley, her haul number of times. Two }Hung men the committee: as interested parties.Mr. .
'al!." ..ntale1, bome house at \o. 63 Grosvenor street, I were arrested but 11 Ir. Tilman could: Atlarta dirt that has taken place

.,,' Mini }{Uj. cables The World's London correspondent. cot identify them and they were re since there was any to be told in this I WILL GIVE PICNIC Hhelby made a long talk aud

run throughattempted The house stands at the coruer leased. The mayor ordered them to immediate vicinity. The next largest was declared out of order by Chair

to of Da vies street and is most conveniently leave town in 2 tI+ minutes. They sale! that occurred at one time was: man Jones. Mr. Shelby raised: thepoint

,.itftK tLe girl situated.: Lady Dudley had promptly acted upon his advice. made when the James hank building Lonl.ville i
best. her: house beautifully decorated anJ li I I r- and property was sold to the Centuiyjompany The | Nashville IoComotive -. that under! the rules adopted! .
\ I
..*- a nhot at the finished at a cost of nearly 200000. j for JlfiO.OOo. firemen will give a grand by the state committee a candidate p
pan, plated his On>3\enor street ii In the heart of MURDER AT The transfer of the property is sl'jnMlcint
picnic couldnot be assessed than 10
at Magnolia Bluff more
temple and fired j fashionable Mayfair while Mr. Mor- ... -, of the- fact: that- residence:
bead. He died I Kan i present house, at No. 13 Princes !j t,ullding! property is in greater demand August 26, for the benefit of the percent of the salary accruing from

I Gate U merely on the fringe of tha BIRMINGHAM :Atlanta at this time than ever before Pearl Eagan Orphan's Home and the office! !Bought This "vas wherehe

... 4f1Ju? condition! mart district His new honed will: in the history the cilV"Ith I
I the Woman's Home. got called down.
.' will r.'Oh enable him to display to perfection :he Iranfor of Ire property 3 to this 1.>-

his great store of xqulsitw art tree! s- j Special to The Daily News. I gal company it will mean the placing Tickets will be sold at 25 cents, including It was decided that the same Inspectors

tires the decorative possibilities of Birmingham. Ala.. Aug. 2.-Walter )n the market in the near future some transportation and there and clerks as had served in

w"u : JtGGERSTOP I which are lost at Prince Gate, where Cotton, the assistant manager of the )f the most desirable rtsidenc property will be a long lit of prizes to be the first election should serve during

they are heaped together, because Atlantic and Pacific Tea company, was in the city property that has been
: FUNERALS there Is not sufficient room to show cut and almost instantly killed this [lying idle for 30 \es.ru. competed for. the second one of August 12. In this

them off properly. morning by a negro name unknown I Bids for refreshment: privilegeswill connection a letter from Hon. J, E.

Mr Morgan's purchase recently arc also employed by the company. be received up to noon Aug. 20 Wolfe was read, which gave notice
said to have reached an euormou? The DALTON TOHAVE
killing occurred In the store of I
:\-wa: sum by W E. Coleman. Bids may be that on account of ill health he could
the concern in the heart of the business
Ihr I Kratc.digger; section of the city. There were A CARNIVALSpotial I mailed to him care of L. & N. shops. I not act as inspector in precinct 13.

Naecartes ', no witnesses to the deed. The negro Ii i Frank Reilly, precinct committeeman -

t Mrtkt.. ). and as 1 I CANADIAN SERVICE claims that Cotton struck him and GOVERNOR! JENNINGS from 13, suggested the name of
v: tery rlol't'1. threw him to the floor and In falling
to the l'Uriil to The News I 8. M. Loftin and it was substituted.
TO SOUTH on him the knife he had drawn struck : I

..'.nI.&t. bas post'l AFRICA I I him. The negro: is in the county Jail I Dalton, era", Aug. 2Dalton: is preparing !I HERE SATURDAY Notices of the nomination of W.

1 I and no riot is apprehendld.ISTATEMENT to have a big street fair and I B. Lamar for congressman from the
d' more burials at I I carnival this fall. It is to be given I ---
Special to The third district were read. As this
News. j
> t.-y until furthiricravtHiUgfrs Daily under the auspices of the Dalton fire i
Governor: William 8.
era. Toronto 01.: Aug. 2.-Cauada Is to.| OFASSOCIATED department: Jennings service terminated the work of the
T.T> are on strike: hate The tre Apartment will conduct passed through Pensacola Saturday old congressional
a steamship service between: on a committee, it was
at.d! ha\e succeededi of its tni voting contest for night en route to San Francisco
{ports and South Africa. Th'k BANKS a carnival queen to decided that the election of
I a member
t lahorm from toThree has been: decided upon, and !it was th# and will have several contests: races attend the Pythian Grand Lodge
of the
funeral pro- Canadian Manufacturers' association tc. A prize will b* given to the couple congressional committee
.i :: i t i.il at the cem't : e' -- who will session from the third district
that received the first intimation of marry on a platform In was in oader.

1Hr turned back the new line at its head ofice in Toronto Special to The News. public and also to the farmer bring Only a few persons at the depot This was opposed by Mr. Dunham

.1 :.>,,' It 1& stated that today. The following cable was New York. Aug. 2.-The statementof 1 Ing the largest load of people to town knew that the sleeping car, which from precinct 15, who thought
.\ ,.he inaugurated at received by Mr. Younge, from Sir William the associated banks for the weekending on a vatlcle. remained for fifteen minutes, had a selection
The carnival will be well advertised should be made when fall
Mullock, postmaster general for .. : a
July :31, shows: Loans $919 the chief
Canada, who is now in London: "A r- 671.600. increase J6.377.100; deposits and the railroads will give a reduced: executive of the state oc committee should be present.

: OLLECTiON ranging! for service! this moment from $97,146,100; increase $3,048,300; circulation rate. which will bring a large crowdto copying one of the berths, and those The matter was put to a vote and

Canadian ports for South Africa. Wireat Dalton who were of the
132.184,100.: increase (186,400; aware fact had
carried, the only dissenting .
vote being
what time you can fill first ships"' legal tenders J79.580.600, Increase
come through from East Florida
ANTIQUITIES This action has evidently been $19\1,500; specie: J173.443.900, decrease | Whitelaw Reid Returns. that of Mr. Dunham.

brought to a head: by the acton of the JS92.700; reserves J253.240.400. decrease New: York Aug. Whitelaw Reid! points. Nominations were then declared

-.- board of trade conference: which was $502.200; reserve required $239 and Mrs. Reid were among the passengers The governor was accompanied by in order and Mr. Reilly placed the

V ws. held in the city two weeks ago. I I 256,375, increase 1.262,075; surplufi on the steamship Philadelphiawhich several gentlemen who will makethe name of Hon. C. M. Jones! before the

1I.t u -A co"ec.Quitle :: decrease Jl.764.275. arrived today from
Urge I J13.7S8.125. : Southampton. committee. James McHugh
I trip. They went to Montgomery seconded
Bridge worker* Strike Settled up
a ''. Mr. Reid, who
.. : collected by appeared to bin e the nomination and it
'. ''urat general of Philadelphia: Aug. 2.-The strik otI I Letters Patent Granted. the best of health, said he would and from there will leave unanimous. was made

'1 't"! !II tele* packed the bridge and structural Ironworkers Tallahasse, Aug 2.-Letters patent have to report to President Roosevelton for the Pacific coast with a Jarge
N.w York, where they employed by the Pennsylvania St..,l have been granted: for the incorporation whet had occurred during his visit were allowed until

it the rot(reee of the company, which has bean on since of the American Phosphate company to Great Britain before he wouldsay party, the governor being one of the Thursday, August 5, at 12 m., to qua!--

... .' h.> are to uiembl May 1. ha* been settled and the mill with a capital stock of $25.000 anything for publication. grand representatives from this state fy.

; vFUtrw will attend I Ia are back at work. The men were to mine and ship phosphate and other He will deliver an address during I The body then adjourned.

'd read a paper on 1 granted their demand for 50 cents an minerals. The Incorporates are Burnett's Vanilla Extract has outlivedcriticism. the session.' I A-Necessary Prtciution-
.' hour tor an eight-tour day. Charles Mlldar. R S, McIntosh and J.
".! dwellers In the a-: H. Bell. For Over Sixty Yean. than unpleasant. It It dangerous.

4Ilal"l. Foley'3 Kidney Cure is a medicinefree g keen vanilla extract that can be bought. Mae Wr !!LOW'8 HOOTHI5S Srarp hal By using One Minute Cough Cure
from poison* and will cure any Ball cutting Once tried, always used. been need for over sixty yean by muttons you can cure it at once. Allays in

i rn acts on a bottle I case of kidney disease that is not Lawn ,, Mowers at the with mother perlect for their incceti.children Ittootbei while the teething child,, flammation, clears the head, soothe
\ I beyond the reach of medicine. W. OYSTERS AT HIC APOSTLE'S otteni the Il1ml,all.J'1 all pain,Cl1ret wind and strengthens the mucous mem
nt will not atone for I D'Alemberte 121 8 Palafox st. Willis Hardware Go's- colic and li the best remedy for Diarrhoea- brane. Cares coughs, croup, throat
having desserti.e It will relieve the poor little in3erer 1m. and lung troubles.
Absolutely late
of!" in flavo r. Try THE NEWS Want column ; it Foley's Honey and Tar Fine oysters: today. Try them. of mediately.the world.Bold Twenty by Druggists-!!,,, cents to every a bottle ctrt Acts immediately. Children like it.
Be are J'OI1..k torM n.Wlntlow't Supti Hargis'! Pharmacy, John Sheppard .
I I ,
colds pneumonia NIC
prevents APOSTLE. "
will pay you. I cures ni Syrup and take no other kind. Sidney Kahn

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i How an Ohmflnale EnclUh Lord Was Does Not Think It Wise to Withdrawthe

w r; outwitted In .Naples. Troops.
IA OCEAN TRiPtl Lord Charles Hamilton used to go Harrisburg Pa. Aug. 2.-Governor CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON t
about Naples: attended by a large, ferocious Stone has made reply to the requestof

BOSTON ': bulldog. Having derided upon the officials! of District Xo. 9, United Ii They hide its repulsive form, and this serpent ,tao ie

To NLW YORK, t going to Kouie, be proceeded to the %A. Mine Workers asking for the recall of Stupefied by these drugs, lies dormant until the t flt, '

nrsra ALL 4 i station and took his place in a first the troops at Shenandoah: I have worn off or treatment is discontinued wI:. 11 it
EASTERN RESORTS I breaks down the mask and becomes full of i Ho
i class carriage, the lnwg" taking upa "Harrlsburg Pa., Aug. 2.1902-MilesDougherty as : j.-\.l -.

t position on a seat opposite his mas- I Nervous I Mercury and Potash may dry up the sores and erupt -.- ,
l Lv" al. Yours of the 31st
Vim T\ et :
NCVWXWw.V'WI/' ter. The platform inspector, with time they drive the poison back into the blood and s\ >ti :.
The ; the recall of the
ultimo requesting to
@ many gesticulations, declared that the Prostration I upon the tender tissues, membranes and nerves fin.i'i'\;; ,. ,

OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY \ \ bulldog should not travel in a passenger ., troops was duly: received. Upon full most disgusting sores and even destroying the flesh a' .:1

i j LO\" IU.Tr. t-imoKStKMtE ,i iL carriage consideration of the letter I am of the Mercury and Potash cannot accomplish radical an i ; ,. .

L 3O Hours of Ocean Breezes '*! I "Very well, then; take him out" was Cured bg opinion that It would not be wise nor They have a palliative but not curative effect upon tint: .

Sailings each WeeK 9 Lord Charley rejoinder. !, safe to withdraw the troops at pres like disease. These drugs produce mercurial Rheum: '. "

I : 3 from Savannah. Ga. ) I I In \'a1.1 the official expostulated. He ent.C.. A. Stone, Gov." teeth and corrode the membranes of the stomach and bow '.- t

9 f I merely reiterated his former reply, apIece DR. PIERCE'SGOLDEN The governor left this afternoon for mation and dyspepsia nervousness and general derange( : "

e t."1'41,1.V ".i'ft am",-i*.in'l.-of.."thu!'.*. 1'ojnlar.Ap'mlmf. tininV ,*-l1..r"" 1 I, of advice it is needless .to -say Atlantic City to spend Sunday. He S. S. S. i is a Specific for Contagious Blued Poison, and ti: .
'. '1 a(V..il ttic r He, lUrXpmMti iir>*,. 'hIr f |I' would be fur. for the virus 1-
; J In r' 'in .u irov xi:: ullrrn IV ''t, l'J. wu which was not followed, and Lord said he believed there no peculiar that spreads so quickly throu..: "It.:

*11"rI.. .I...t i .iriwt; bra l".. t>.iTitiiab.rl! amt "., 1. area_( IJ L 'I I Charles apparently master of the sit I ther trouble in the bike region. He I corrupting the blood and infecting;, wry organ and fibre ot t:

-0. ...... "..b..O.... AO..G 'I': I:! nation,, threw himself back in his seat I \ will return to Harrisburg Monday. S. S. S. destroys the serpent r

..n... ETC Ar,Lf TOe J 1 and calmly lighted a cigar. i I S every atom of poim from the t'

II.1 R> K.fcTlv Mull, T....IMII.lk.t.,.. .J.M .r.I.wnla.-c...l>,.H lea... I I j i Hut the Italians were not to be out- I'\\ HAS INVENTED AIRSHIP. thorough and radical cure of the ,i. -
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4 rh ll <' lAz"t J rk done, ami quietly detaching the carriage MEDICAL I : same time builds up the general! I h "

+ty1r'hf f"7f'if'Mi1t KIC'1C'1C1' ,.: in which the English "milor" was \ Tennesseean to Make Test of New 1 contains no mineral of any kind t
","-- made the train with an- vegetable reml"1y11,1 offer for the .. .
seated they up Flying Machine. we fl.uo proof to i mf i* .
Gt:\tU.\I. KllKNCH SCHEDULEa i j and started off.i .'A'rite about and -
!i other compartment ". us your case our ph\> I.anc will 1
Chattanooga Aug. -A special to I
Uchedule; the :i I Lord Charles sat quietly smoking for DISCOVERY. \{ without charge. Our home treatment book wiii K smt t-
Following is of j The News: from Winchester, Tenn., '
French j i about a quarter of an hour and then : desireit. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. Atlai'a
General I
government steamer says that Dr. E. L. Drake a physicianof III.
for the surprised the delay, thrust his head I I I
which THE SEWS prints t"I II
i that pacewill go to soon I; -
of the merchants who ship! out of the window and demanded am an engineer by trade and the .
benefit for the purpose of testing the air I Foley's Kidney Cure will cure all I Rubber hose, adispa ,.
their goods to the various army 1|i when the train was going to start His hard work and worry of running a large j I .
ari'in from di-order
; ship or flying machine as he terms posts: i J feelings:; when the situation was de1 i engine brought on nervous prostration" 'r.-\c..t. D.iletll.lthe\ <: \ llllfi Irllrd"lr Iberte,121

.... VI\.I'fcsaeoln .. .... troa.m. iLvHYrt i I scribed to him may be Imaiuetl.-Lon. : writes Mr. Chas. F. Dixon of Arbuckle, it. which he recently: invented. I
KarrancHB.. ... ..... 7:51)a. m. i iLavi Colusa Co., Calif. "A friend recommended The whole plans will on that visit S. 1'al.ifox. i! 1'nyBnlmn nm ,
I'lcki-ns ... .. ... ":" )111.111. |! don Titflits.Subduing. Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical I \Ud u...&,>. ,'.j ': ,
Lravn larranCM:1:? a. m. i iArrUrs I I be laid before: the members ot the
.. ...10:1\: a. m. II Discovery to me and I bought one hot- I i
L..1'.no&co1& : ,
Knrrancii, 11:111 1\. m. and then I ; a null,. i tie f thought that it helped me so continued Aerial Navigation company, of which Pocket cutlery and scisv' \ 11111:1\ ;" t.

tnakr* a trip to roitMcltee and then r- An experience on a Siberian train related i' the u-;* of it until I had taken six John W. Gates John A. Drake Isaac I\\sorsfrom the finest to ,\ :J.lwucarJeu-lf :
I fiCI'wnltroulid. 1' ,
tarnit to linrrnncita.Lravi .., by a writer In :Vladivostok paper bottles. I feel better Ulan'er in L. Ellwood John Lahbert. Orson S. u
IJurraiica .. .. 1:15 p. ni. my ; at the Willis' home and '
l.rave I'ltkeni .. 1'-';) p. HI.AVvi I reminds' one of the early stagecoach life. Am not a particle nervous, can Wei!? and other Chicagoans are members ; cheapest, e
I..- IVo-acola .... .... 4::111) p. in. work hard all day and sound at I Hardware Co. I' Ihixijti; he may .
Leave Plckrn- ... 5:15 p. m. days, bfjoinl tie Mississippi! and sleep Dr. Drake! claims! that he has !1 rver.mall' w c: .

Arrives Hnrrancns :A..*) p. m. and luuktrs seems even more violent because the !' night. I not only think so bnt I know mast red the laws goveir.in;* it. obviating I >wo. Hud if .1:1': win .
... that the "Golden Medical
to :Mtl: KLd return. Discovery'cured
1 On Wedup-daysandSaturdays the [participants iu the adventure were not me and therefore I will recommend iH t tiFr of gas: bags by means o: )IIII\\.t-I\ Thug. C. WntNol & ti .

boat wi'I leave liarrar.cas. via Pick j, rough; plainsmen and mountaineers. it to ethers." (lapping wings piopelled! by a petrolo i i The 1tdpr I I.d takr
ens for IVnsiiroIa: at ti'W p. m. i iTje I but a I htly toll I a Iwh1t rullll. Dr. /'.' rct's Pleasant Pellets rryulste the urn n-.otoi and claims a fei.wd ot 25'; i if 'fferinc 'ier -ervn.'i II" a j iJa ohnW !.i-r i w

(ieneral French is for army ]! When the train pulled up at T-itiknr, .ba..eh and ftimuialc the sluggish ln-r. I Jlil.'s an hour i lic;!'.Clt
t rurpo-ej only and any out-ider inn;t j j m Mim''iuria a Mantcboo) noble! who I -" lay had 3o; 'I'1f- ox;; ill ...
. have a I'I"S trim the quartennastei j j had buHi.-d' nil his felfow"piisseugers I Train Derailed; Sixteen Killed. Can give bc-t nf r'f<.: < L e- : ', IIIl Iii'T

[ o take r U-.-IIt' 0 i !.H. Makes Char! Against Butler. !Itucliuir .i. .
ululited:: the station restaurant after Calcutta. Aug. >.-A mixed railtva.- phx-u'i t; : : 'remt/.e i// ", '
%> ..ruiir; tin-in that lie wouM Oecapl- j I.or.!ion. Atic. 2.-Sur;:;mn General train was derailed IR :M tjltf -- KN '

I; STEAMER LIKE SCHEDULE ':I, tite any of them who took his seat.I Hamilton before a nuetin? (If thj Sixteen natives near were Meut killed;vest.rday. and 1 <113,1ur 0 \ .HI' '" ( 'u /lUll .

luring his alwencc a smartly dressed j British Medical association at ManChester 3d natives and Europeans \urir -

xmiiig; Russian! lady entered the car I yesterday, definitely charged jureJ OR.MOFPETT'fi '/ Ca ru f'tt ,

[ IVtern I el.a.Ix and Milton-;< alItiins 'I"'!. despite the alarmed espostulai ': that General Sir Redvprs II. BulW, L .

H ilj Ic( |ii Sin ilay. i -> of its occupants, calmly appto- during the Po-'r war of IM, used / '

"CITY OF TAMPA." (iri.itcd: the seaL i array medical! wagons; with the Red His Sight Threatened. &&: ?wi25 l
When he noble retumetl he flew! Cross Aai! l- '
i thereon for taking '
ammunition "\\ lilp icnickiiiK !la-t: month my '@ BMjJja.fTC.TMINO( POWDlRiUK )
i L\ Milinn Kin Lvl'in'aeolal.'spill 1 : l.to!; a passion and advanceil threateningly to the front and armed the bearer 11 year: .old boy was joi-ouel by 0r tl.! lh -
Ar i'ru -tU.v.8iii Ar Milton : I''> lll''' \ C. i
<: with his curved saU-r drawn. 1 X
companies using them as escorts.' -ome wed or phut.ay*" \\ H. Costs Only 2cents at PruHbts 1 ''

.- .ar".I+t-: Round trlP.UI- Rut the young woman coolly covered j The surgeon general declared that bin Dibble, of MOUX City la. "lIe rub *** lT""PV f 4s i'YK 0r mil S1 rota w C .1. MOFFCTT, M D 5T f u.. t/
==:=: = -- -I I. him with a binning:: re\olu-r.( authority the I j bed the poi-oii oil big hands ir to his

Memphis May Have Sunday Baseball. I "l>.) you take ns for a |pack of cowardly ;| officer was principal! medical IPje'llld for awt.i1t9 were afraid W. h1T. 'al ,'. .l I3l. ". l' : ,/'" Y 1 '. '
to whom .
Memphi.A ut;. 1'.There will l,,> j mandarins !she exclaimed, nndtL..I1. the orders were Is he would loe: hi* siffiit.! Fin tlly a ar ft"A'h\ tni'o 'II'' ,,'"' or. .. 1 I" a -r
Mietl. and h. added that the British neighbor recommended De'itt'sWitch ;. :,...g : ," I' r. I I ., .. .
Sunday buselmll In Memphis unlessthere pointing; to tier feet she remarkis I ,, .
I could not complain at the Boers hot sun; l jr 'v n 1..0 i It"j I' '
doing Haz<:Salve.. The fir-t upplicitiou ,
. !ih interference by criminal pro "Here is your place my hero." I llll I 111a It vNlv'S' liH "' l1i
| what General Duller had done 20 years helped him and in a few d.ay ? -
rhanrellor! He'gkell! The Mnntchoo noble surrendered and :
t cfn this morning I i
he well For kin j jdiease '
'I' ., previously wa a a* ev-r. i
refused! ta the sat at her feet for the rest of the jour"ey. ', I \'' .,: ,
: : grant Injunctionprayivi i I *, cut, burrs.-call-: wounds, BOYS and GIRLS !T 's'"'', 11,.. ?
for by E. R. Hart who alleged j inject bite. DeCitt'11'itch H uf'1 'lilt .."" :l
I I' I Ceremony at Windsor Castle. Silve iMire Inc our"Blueine." 'u PIT ir.t. ..[,nlm'-.'."in .11.",i. -' AH 'ii"i-i ,
he cure. Relievepiles atonce.
was disturhpd by nolsf from th*> .. .. .
I.onloll.II hou''hnl"| r.* I.T'-I 1".1) -I- ri rt''I ah. 11,1't II 4'u. '
I I n U and I'.nuIU Spelling; 2-There was an In ); of poiinterfeit. Har- ,
spectators at the ground on the Sib- "i> eware BlueNatlruurtr 11-"" ".U' ,. ,. '. \\ rt.i Ddnl l.. Imt )"|.i '>
bath. howf'n-r.1 Mot people think when they see a treating ceremony Windsor castle K\i' Pharmacy, John riheppird, Sidney : Mime on. rh'aud *. A ill *.i.l t \ r. 'n ti nut l nt i. /-n i A iW ..
The mme chancellor Kahn. hen YOIIIIIU" -nItl'.ent ,.Inn ,- -Ue.. rn' 1't I. :iiiu., IHr ,
1JQi that has tie! English flI'\1iI'l-tbe ,,, today where the duke of Marlborough
ll-M.V r Ul n rl'r. Hi I'll' '
"u" In "honor" and "odor" the "ise" !I! had forwarded a banner to lie placed .\lltIrf'.tj..I.)1 \.\ P'.11I KIM: < 0.1"1'1. r IH Ions! III IiEi
. I>rof(* !s!(>nal team whereby the sher.'f i j jas
fur "ize.' etc.-that the types were setup over the bust of his famous ancestor nod..unH rrom tlitirtirrii o1 ,
11 restrained from serving
legal pa'i :1\1.1 the plates made In England, but John Churchill the first duke of Marl uiti 1'y'uy-in]-ht. tie firtau curt fur tou.ti.I l \
, I't'fl' >""orn out by others who ob- .
1 1t
as a matter of fact mo-t important borough. This ceremony is neeessaty I :; ROYAL STA UAHD'lll\\ \
t jest to Sunday ball This leaves the !1'J .
|IIO'.Jk8 that written by English an- each IIIF ,
arc year and by carrying it out the YOU ARE l n
situation the
same as before injun.-- .
tlon pun'''eiinyb! weir Issued. th'.rsare set up In this clllIItry.111'11 '' head of the Churchill family tains i 8 Tsars Old, la Caw it 4 fell Quarts, at S3.2: \
'J i an 1I111"I.tal1tTill'r is to bring out anew possession of Blenheim palate, which LOOKING FOR BARGAINS
\olnroe. an arr.insenient:: Is made was granted by parliament! to the i

Ship Gees Ashore In. Dense Fog.Hahtax : I j fur its Mmuitaneous imblication on both i:i great; military leader rpHIVHI. KKV ill-till'(1 ot.tl
, :X S.. .An .,. :
-A telegram tiol's.f the water. The mauiNcript is 4Leading Ky.. UItlUl'f11111.* fullv n

rerelvH 1 here announces that the :Xori i then sent to the Aiiieriean publisher, !I i For the next: ten day I will sell L ir' 'l' ttlnu. i't i- iirnolm.-:. ,

- tan steamer Plamendon. Captain I I"t' who gives it to his corm ,l"itor marked Knoxville Lawyer Dies. i you any article now m -lock at a cei.' '11'1 quality by :anyVbik.. ."
I Knoxville T(>nn.. Aus. 2. '
-Tuly H.
Amun-en, flom Hamburg lor PhilaI Knu'Iisb; si,,'Ilim:! ." and it is set up In | { iii.iKf-r wire. priiUucxil. 1'.
discount of 2 > : cent from the ruhr /-: \ .
Cornirk. per ?
,' ono of the leading attorneys ,!j l\ I t'U :.t \ .trs old wlit-n b>ittl>-'L
o delphla. truck nn White Point Ieg! that manner quite as accurately hereas '
. of Knoxville died here this morning; price. Think of it-you willSYf' its ear II. lit nuility. i* thi> t'I>,. ,
oil Canso in a dense fog todaXf any I.olloilln coinjiositor would do it. '
: )
after a prolonged illness. Mr. Cor- *_-) on a diamond ring or pin, th mark at that pric" A- i nan i
details were made known by the a-l-1: After the pl.ites have been made theyare abi i-t-ly -tunulaut, t. '
nick formerly resided in Texas. lie where at regular price it would cost pure
vicet. to the customs otUeials aside st'nt to Knglun This roundabout ""bipi. d Hi fax>i> cuiitmiilli/ n .
was oniof thp attorneys in the !' #1IU. l tree save !2;j cents on
from the statement that the steamer j m 'ibo.l of simultaneous publication! is ; you iiiklic.it' i-Miitpnt If parcbi-i;

has a big cargo and a number of dij.> to the ittrieai-ii of the copyright; : celebrated Rothschilds-Memphis and every dollar's worth you buy. Now the w' -k.'y.. i- hIlt rtti-flt--
- 11U8E' /'rl. The customs departmentat law.-Philmlelphia: Record.MnUinu Charleston railroad litieation. involving -| i h the time to buy your diamonds or can r'uri tt'ru a- at -mrx,
the Southern's right to take I ;, will! he refunded.
over watch other article in stockvery _
or .
Ottawa Las beu Advised of the I any
t ac- ', .
The Memphis and Charleston. He Is All td'-r- i tit' ini ,
t fldent and hail ordered oilioeis to th'-'I l II 'lurple.The known all cbe'ip. Call and examine f EIGHT YEAIIS OLD currin't; "fi'..i. in t.. y..F I. It i il '
t 11111". whirl IP about I miles froii 'I scholarly lookinj: man with the ovr the tate.A 1 goods. Remember this offer N for 1-e, l pri'-- n'V .ril'-r \\,. f..' l'L i

, Cani>o. I!, Mg .JI'la.\.s had been inxitiil to nil- LIFE only ten dayXo: trouble to show }(DAR T Hank ->r any 111"11.t"U.t .n 1'.... II .
dress the Sunday school and was ilia I,- YOU"G! LADY'S SAVED.At '
I :Iso'/ds. J. I. :STEPHENS.:
Beaumont Oil Shlpmerts.itcaumunt ins; a few remarks concerning the lesson. I'
: Panama, Colombia, by Chamberlain's !! 112 South 1'alifox street S A. FRIEDMAN
Tex. ship'
r Aug. 2.-The Colic, Cholera ard Diarrhoea ( ,
"I the word 'line' here he rr
ment of oil during! the past month I see occurs Remedy. 4

i. amounted to .);:. rars. against S.'If I sai-L "Will!! some one give me a .ileliui-i.i Dr. Cha H. Utter .j j The fint'-t line of umbrellas in the S' IK i'Kol'KIKI'iK: l'KN'I vI
tion of 'linelJIHOly ? a prominent.phj".bu. I i I. at J. I. Stephens'. Go IOQkiI
for Juup. the ncy lining i city *
of Panama. Colombia in j
\ answered. them.
i e\\ for hy the strikes on the t outhtru I at Ii1SK i o BOX IIH iCI.1.l'U:
"It 1'1'l'r easy," be proceeded encouragingly it recent letter state-: "!JI"t ;March
Pa iflc and the Santa: Fe and thedecrease I I
:: "though you may find it a I had ti a patient a young lady ..ix. j
in water shipments, due t'l' :j If wish the best a.?rarcJon t+ 1:111.r ,11-I ..t ti
little perplexing to 1'01th.. idea insimple teen years: of age, who had a very you very fjtfl w '
the fart that the foreign Steamers I i ironlj ? bulk-'r b.r'bW'! ..I.I d.. "r t'I : I ,
terms. Try again Well the bad attack of ily-entery. Everything '\ ice creamfreezer at the fury
not get hack in time for another I Iarxo d.>w; .
ordinary signification of the word is I prescribed her"proved metfectual \lowest price the Willis yg way '
,' However the ,
price i: lotiinUi'linal: extension, but 11l'1'it denotes and -f i e wa grtwin'flr-eevery AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABM rit '
for tin .>TT shipped was about $ tI.ltlH i! a predetermined Innimlary. 1 amsure hour. Her parents were sure Hardware I[ Co. can please
I in excise ot that o? June the pri't'I nay young friends you can re- *he would! din. She had become eo >you.

F having been materially advanced during i|I nicniUr that"-Cilkao; Tribune.The weak that -lip mull not tllrllo\.r in WICKESCO.
the first part of July. b 'd. What to do at this critical

I imnnnit WHt: -tud\' for me, but I We will launder your spreads for

Morgan Will Not Retire. 1 rollhlvVllll 1'.1.. thought of Chttnherlau'Colic.! ; 15 cents: each and make them loot

London Aiu. 2.-The Associated ': "Trouble 'Uiut these here I'C1'ti" ChoUraanl Diarrhu-i Kemeily and like uw. Star Laundry. Plumber Gas and Steam fitter.No.

Pre,< !is autlnri/fd to give the most said the Ceorgi.i farmer "they none of aa lnt! report pre-crihed it! the --- -- .
'em make good shell biiuds." mo-t wonderful re-ult wa etiec'e.1.
do not
Water coolers that
emphatic contradii tion to the reportthat Within
eight hoar -lie wafetlin
Ever trk..1 VniV" ?
J. Pf'rpnnrIorcan: : intends to ru- "Of course. They're dyad set a?'lnI'lowin' much better ; inside of three rtay waste ice, at the Willis i South Palnfoi Fitrt+et.

tire Irom active business life on his -he wa- upon her feet and at the end All Kind: o. PlambinZ! ai.d (JK 'ti. z- Mai"r' m> R". ,
for fear they'll hurt a is hid Hardware Co.'s.YEEIiL'k' .. .
.. ,
of week < a
C return from Europe to the United ; one wi entirely well. For WMPWK: *+ 4
flower; an' they wou t beat an' swear .ale.
Staise. by: all drui' 'i-ts and medicine .
I ITh. at a mule for fear be's got a souL" dealer. \ MCIlEnULt

"That's ft range.! ----- ----
"Xo, it ain't Twlxt you an' me an' erg
inuii-ii r .1... i iAtvonliit .
the gatepost it's downright inheritedlaziness. Tllftnt.: l<. the I'liji. i>\COIiAKLr.CliUCTKK3kilJ A
;: to the Ltncet. the i i
averageIuisli "
-Atlanta Constitution. Smart opting; 1IU-c"ul mnrtiini ItAILWAY COMPANY
cook "utterly tk-cliues tu fcriC'--K l' A' I II\Y. : 1 :
Mr. nnlliou!
tretgh materials for cooking: she will : Trains leave csacoift for tbe Llt:1
few I'urU In Tr... .. Mr. r.ulllon; (!Jra-ciMe cM snt>--tuiah Rayon, Big BayouWarrtugtonNap Ysr' IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
not rtrtst uieHt. hut prefers to put it intlie
It is not a new fact, but yet a remarkable -K ovt'ti. or if as n great favor she
one, that if a fruit tree-apple have wIth1.. a. na.arrive at Fort Kvrrkncai Jlh.L HARDWARE.
puts it iu front of the fire, she is too
U:0u a.m.arrtve &t Fort Karrancai 10: j a.tI
"Ya-as Siln-rlan
pear or cherry-tie stripped entirely ; XHlhonnd: terriMy !-
lazy toou>tf it or to put a tcrcenround :0i p.m.arrive at Fort Barranoat l:4Sp: &
I !It." of its bark in the second week in garage; take this ox chain to hold tJ<0 p. m. arrive at tort Barrancsi ':1:1: P o

;< June a new surface of bark will immediately !him. If any tide should! look cro-s at &:1\: p. m. arrive at tort Karrancai TUflp j Iron, SallAx.4. ;r"- "%', r- S.iwM.l: : : n <' .
"8Uup.m. rrwi- Fort Barraacai Sitjp.c
! The Illlr Thing take the place of the order! on.. me this dog; wouM tear him to pieces.Ye Tratnd'save Fort Barra&eailor feoti i I ruppllet'kDgalt4II': ; .ahm :--:' \ I'

E' "Tll
the ninvt iiupurtant is e\ id IlC'"d," remarked deciduous trees In our part of the kilknl; tee il.inzerons.:: you know. 7:15 a.m. arrive at nsacola. ... sue a. n Agate and '1' 11\\utt' and IIoiiH-rnniisliiiiu': h ". ,.
lluup in. arrive at feneacola HtSn
the world takes place at uild-unmier. "I sbouM say sn; -
the fact that
.':<>,i p. m. arrive at Pensacola.1s9 ".1.
*uy fame a lul reputation are due solelyto : "Ya-a; must do It In the interest ofhumanity &:M p m arrive at feo ACOla .... 5:45: p t> tf-AOENS FOR UIUMINdJIAM it )!.LINti 1II.J.l'I'.1

my ttrut attt-utiou to very little the Complacent Wife.Mrs. you know. P.y the way. Mr. '<7 ji5p.m;)'ip ra. arrive arrive at at Pentaoola Pensacola._ T.45p tUt, ii ; Revere Giant :Stitchul J;..''MV.! N'.rtl.auipt.'i. 1S'heelCoLAfHU.41tthd1'"wd

6. things."-Colorado Springs Gazette. Muggin"-Your husband seems Uulliou.! your daughter has acceptedme. i .atnrd..on'1FAKB i I \ .-rO' J..I.I.! -''t toiniue -

F t like a man of rare good taste and ex. nii'l I hate called to ask your con- FOB WEEK DATS.feaiseola Iron Km and Luck Mt..vsi.d Itu./. >'.

celleut judgmentMrs. "..nt." to Fort f/lrraDc. and retort t&I | (Ctup & (0.'B H 'w HnJ.I.u'f I.-4tt r MI
It Nerds 3 Tonic. i He tll I hn!acola to Navy Yard and return_ | P.ugglns-Of: course. Otherwise I ;:( Peniaool to Palmetto Beach and retort It.
There are times when liver :
your i
t need a touio. Don't give purgative he wouldn't have wanted to marry me. IUd1' See It Before I SOSDAT .eR BDI1D.. Masonic Tenuilc. l't n"llcolllfrc:1.lI
-Philadelphia Itecord. I II when weather permits tbe running o
r that gripe and weaken. DeWitt' -- Ml; c n.i!=tsiile-That Is a lovely gown I open IOllclle.

l Little Early. ltiers expel all poi-oii A World Wide Reputation.Chambuhin'.l but navea't I situ it before? .. L-av 9a.m Peniacola. Lv Fort l0am.HarrUIi B. WRIGHT>> COIP0( )

\ from the *., -tflll and act a* tot.ic to -lie. Cholera and Miss i ;'Yi-Ms.do:No: I think tint I 11 a. m, ii m

the livfr. W. :Scott. Ml HiihlinJave. Diarrt get K-medv Jia- a w.irlj wider have niily wo-n it at a very few smart Ip. m. fp.tn
t::: ., Milton. Pa. IY"I have arrs: tillS Ip. as Ip.m. )1ANr7ATrKLKYA1t : t
and .
utalb T it Country If''j
a "r rure It never Ip.m p.m.
f carried i>eitt'I ittle: Etriy Fi-=er- ID.m I _
t with me for rever il yearmul wllul1 fills and is pl 'a--int and safe to take. i i Sp. T Ip.B.pm. LATHS

t not be without: tlE'm.'il1:11l: atI I For sate by :111 drug::1-t.. aid d'%l. Mane persons 'hi a p. m. t p' m. i't-r--- LUMBER,

.> to> ti.ke. Purely vesetableTney comtnunitr uta TCa 8tltDAY i "
tty ire -uff rinr from kidney complaint t'lnl&<:o:& to art HUr&lical Na.J soy ?
nt\'r irripe "r ditrO1Hr ers.Foiey's who C'- ud! sis'l 'Ph irmacy. John ? h< pp-ud. Sidney Kidney Cure in ? niaco:a to Fairttto B M. ana lY..jI
I{ <
? Foloy's inev
CureV A. .. I if! ...
Kn: D. rMsrn _______,_ Ih
,i nukes kfsceys :and: lli&dx! Sights D'Alemb rtt>. 121 :S Palafox. I f I No IrllII 1T-C after llip. m. I .- PEN.-ACOI A fl A

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prUtiISt No Special Changes From the Origin- Slow Starvation

CRfwst BECAME AN OFFICER ABC f al) Arrangements

r --- London, Aug. 2.-New preparations Is the fate of sufferers from dy.pt'poola and Indltreitloa.
t aDSrT4 cpgfscol2r9gN for the coronation of King &1-
h r" [Original.] If your food remains undigested it can't build up the
NArFEUEq ward next Saturday are proceeding Fsftil body In fact it ikts actual damage by decaying In the
J1e roeEa Sandy Hanc-rcft a private in the tithe mechanically. The occasionof stoiLach and ptiisonin the sjst m.
United States forces lu the provinceof !
BEERSI the cleansing of the decorations of
Santiago; in ISOx, was hungry. Ha-
II the stands and the rehanging of dec* Nt (/ Digests
tlons had not been forthcoming for I KODOL

"\cral days, and the l. )ys' stomachs Famous the World !I orations interest attracts In the little actual attention.proceedings Public ':jI i.. [ 'd C" What You Eat.

instead of being; a hia'.thy! comes began Over-Fully Matured. ; '
I however: is rekindled! by official assur. 'I \II''a 1F { hi'dolisthesensiblt'rencdy.I Ky di ..xtlnifwbat: you
COLD HEAD to bo a sU-Uly! coi!.ca\e. Sandy; was :
JoW Everywhere. ance that the king is gtling on finely oat it strengthens the billy and at the sam lime rests
I'lIId I. on picket, and exposure made food all II
l.ultana II I and that his majesty will be able 10 the stomach. Tins rest soon returns j-rfol health.
c at UrimjiUIHMTHKUH the more It"l'.1 ry. I \ Cathartics and stimulants! \ only rrach the symptoms.Kodol .
bear ,
the fatigue of being crowned.
= I '
t ('m going raging." lie said."I'.etter II I cure It Nature's 4 ton''

: New Turk not" said his comrades."You'll 1'iit it ifiigtirwTse lA\veeii one end and The publication of the official programof FIve years ago a disease the doctors called Aji-pli\..>k mob a told no DM that I .'\>111.1 I i

the floc.r. This was ;i { the procebsion shows no special! l scarcely I took qu.mil ties' of pepsin andotbrrmedllnr.butlaablaabeipe 4 mr Asa
fall Into the (hands of the da- 'ritit1lll1oml'Il1.1 drew niiiz man fr.ispjHt a straw Igrdbliedat K>..ii>l.! I felt an Improvement at .-IHT. and aUf
-- goes, and if you don't jou'll get into If the /tHrer 11 : changes from the original arrangement a few' bottles am sound and welL UEUKCI t>. M lira. A Vorn..La.Jtua.*. TtI.

I uruluCI. "Is'.. I't'iiil. trouble for leaving jour post. I lost. -liiig: only a IJ.l ll1l'lt. he gave but the ecermonles in \\Vs- It can't help but do you good.

: > arose at a be<'r the stone the more tu and got it on minster abbey have beea curtailed by
take both ri"ks I
Sandy preferred to I Ito Tbe il bottle contains: 4 tlm"umnl'h factual m.'a.ur.'n."utb4'Ulal.ltt' tu-b riU futile
t w tr n a group of enduring the pangs; of hunger. The I end. Thou be gently rested it agaiL&t the omission of the litany and ser- I'r'-pr.-d by E. C. IIe-WIt..t ('..,..I'lIk.oro !'o.I.' hy ail d,-.U_.r<

i which science was I oCin'r of the picket! w as w era out and I the Cri-pl.ice and in another momentwas mon und by the recital of the recogul- Dewnrs Witch Hazel( salve a ftoolhlnir. healtiur application for pllrt, tun. i uI
akin dl..les. Itewar
II of t-ountrrfrltl.
I sound asleep: so he need Lot know of I tilting on a coping.At tion once Instead of four times. A

.'( the law declared Sandj's; absence, and if he did! he this iiioLU-iit a loose stone becamedetaclied new series of rehearsals have begunat Hheppard.Hargis' i }>harmllt'IJo"y Hahn

...f. nee. for this scl- ': would not dare rejKirt( him since he aid dropped to the cellar: the Abbey with dignified movements -

< ii known in part was himself liable to le shot! flr'p! I making a treat noij-e. The officer and recitals and these are far

\>! mi and live were lug on post. Slimnng his KrairJorgeasen : i raised l.is head und treat was his as- more impnssjve than anything connected The IINadinntncPH of llrroUm. I

I o\er his shuul.h'r.alltlr: buckled : touishtueiit at seeing Sandy sitting in with the street spectacle.The It would be a good thing if In tll1r

luate of medicine and started the Grt'!'Lt' a moment he seemed dty council Westminster public! school cour-es In heroism tn :
his rovoher to his Lip '
i-l.v (.t older date. forth. Swing n I.ou.in tItbtlI1el', I puraljzrd. Then, drawing U pistol, he !In compliant with the King's wishes teach' the boys and !girls that after all. I }' t.rj.

..ration that .\t:1 It: I was about to lire when his arm fell while hcroit-'n is a line thing! and a I '
he made for it and on reaching itknocked taveoted that no further expenditures T. i
,,i order that a rib limp and his Ibttlillro'l'll on the floor. great thing It Is a most uncomfortable .:' :
at the door. A black eyed be incurred 'in replacing the A. -
i :IT liver! Sandy had winded him. thing and that possibly! on the whole. I A> v >- 'K rs t
:Spanish girl opened it and stood looking street decorations The club houses
.." retorted ehcIrofure "Hauls up: T.ont face! March:" the best and most lasting; work that Is .f.t .: \ e I
at him suspiciously."Could which line a considerable portion of ;" -
1.1' anything l'rip.lantly.: l-ut as the ollicer! did not accomplished( in life comes from n : \I.(
you gne me a bite askedthe the route and mont of the other buiU- ;, )
-,Ild. 'Ut there I* umli'rs-tai.d 1Ilii.h; his captor was steady application vf a" one's l-ost en, j i i .... "'
soldier lifting: hU hat i INlih.Jy.The 1 Ings J .. } 3,4
are being redecorated! the Canadian -
; ;!,
obliged to report to pantomime again orgies to u noble pui? >ose. iiKeting with ) \\.. I. .f

,','Ionian, who said girl shook her head, indicating I!: which the ollicer. with a retoherl! arch is being redrapeil! with honest and patient effort the einergen I' J 'f' ;,ill '/
that she did not understand Knglish .
slow in uudortt.iuling. fresh specimens of Canada's agricultural cies\ and vexations of t.laillife and '-1
.pp> r prcsurnntu11 jointed at him was not I if It.
: whercuiHiM alJllllIa.I. pantomime "
.1 p 11 I > (deuce l ot.> Sandy) marched his captive I Ii products, and the Indian contingent holding true to the middle\ course .
of : in II \
motion descriptive shovehng
|I.r !I" tore it was i out of the lituiM- and toward the is electing an arch on Parliament which: assures succiss without bringing J .. i (t f
food. The girt led the into theI
; 1 way the table : can lint's.Ylun he tn-t within \uC'l'i-1, street. The illuminations on corona not.rld'tht'.1 i>urpn,:e ti> do ,| ))1-: i
dining room an placed on
.I I! distance: of the picket a bullet tion night will be as large as originally!! well that which one has to do will in1 i : .Ifi
the reuiainof: last night's; & supper
lI..r.u h. ', !h}' hi* oar from the nsir. and tUl'1Jiul.1 planned.Sirs. the end bring; Inure! of more pernm I
exercised\ in
i Sandy gn-at ingenuity
ruble articles in he >.:w a dozen Spaniards led l,y the O' ul'nt'alue to the "IrI.I"t large and to :
'1 pantoiaiiuihg Us gratitude, then sat
\ i,hr down and fill to. Meanwhile the girl:
'. > with :' a HMin the ground, p'stieul.itini AtLttadcanced GI't'elll.-\Ii.s lllack and that than those which are eieiijworthily
left l the rN'tu. After the soldier had I Time
.i..y as well as in : the Mime i.iniuent the tIe' Prows girl wade tbciiibeUes ridiiuluualy bestowed upon the ('1'0of | Preserving
eaten his till he stuffed his pockets for -
.iple suit known I to :S.indyV rescue.Captain prominent at the musical !ut him who avails himself of an ullu'uall j
his comrade' then from the table
i ,.' name of borax, i I i Murphy of the picket post 'I night; It was positively J seandaloudMrs. chanco' in an abiioiuul ta"hlou.-lur. ; in the kitchen i. robbed.f it* trr >rbyuiuKn .
his about to
and taking was
.. known as to its gun had CuUhi-d a two hours' nap and was White-ror mercy's sake! What per'sh.ekly. '! .
depart when the girl came in. apparently i I t ii> ST 'VE. Tin. t* a
..r its nature by in and i j Folding his eyes when he heard the did they duYMrs.
great excitement pantomiming
ii-e it more or less r I j tirill;:. Starting; up, he saw Sandy GI'l''ne-Du? They just satthere veritable JMHUI to the h*'nwiff, N.l .>
In her! turn gave him to understand
"f widium to use !' lUiiciut't, coming in with his iri.-oner. all the evening; Urchins; to the Quick Relief for Asthma Sufferers.
that Spaniards: were com l hut, dirt tlm labor sad
no : sores *
'.' mil- ; music and peter passed a word between -
cutties as a i "U'hat wenjon doing; outside the FnleHonfv and Tttr IttI..rdim.-
door she
ing. Opening u trai> pointedto '
libel by way ofi..e a staircase leading; ; to the cellar. 1,11l" :" dcniam'.ed. the captain sternly. them.-Bo'-tou TranscriptA mediate relief to a-thma --utlerer- \v-rry. With It yon have clmul'-

of tiucal the i "Ktrwnoiterins.! I'aolallll! : )'. ; the wor-t stageand if taken iu time
Sandy descended, and the door wasclosed. I will eilect a' cure.V.. nt-*, (comfort couvminci cud
Mill a green crust j The ollicrr! thought of his nap on postj Cure for Cholera Infantum. -
Then he heard the sound of
berte 121 H. Palafox. :
u huh rtijuires rcLoiax heavy furniture being moved on to j and concluded to compromise for silence i.I I "Last May," says Mrs. Curtis I Crtliotny. A full! Illlf of Hi* Ktll M,

is available I with Sandy! and the men who Baker of I.ookwalter, Ohio, "an infant -
the trap, und It began to dawn upon I for Hle itt I I..w..t tl'.
uf- prtr. by *-
I were luuH-'hing the food Sandy had! child of our neighbor's; was
him that he was a prisoner. : I fering from cho'era infautum. The If you want a nIce pre to gi\'f'

Having got in. the tirst thing he did brought for them' t[ doctor Lad given all hopes of re- to a friend go and look through; tbf
,71' was to look about him to discover \\'\ tire n brave man, he said.! "I > covery. I took a !bottle of ChatnberI Elegant line of suitable articleat\ Pen 1Si acola Gas Co.

',,./r.q how he could get out. There was but ,; ..hIIII'l't.'vUluwl1.1 you for prowotiuw"l i I lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhn-a. J. I. Stephens you surely can Mud ,

.. '. ifae I\'tnl'n one little square window, near theceiling JULIAN C. VAN VOKST.l I j Remedy to the house telling them ;something to please you. If you
25 and 27 E. Card, St Pansscda Fb.i .
-- want the Diamond Hue
-- ifi anything
would do :
:o'Odnnc( TlJllt3 : which was covered with an ll.t- Itplnuutlan.: that I felt sure it fffod
l I used directions. In twodays' : be sure to see him before you buy.j .
urts u :old iu one dyy. iron grating.; (''OU"l"IUI'UtlaIlJ: ) was !| Illl'1: : satvn! ni meis> chair i I
the child had recovered -
time fully
as !'afc110; a rat in a trap He had not :1 Last nial't and pieLod up that new novel i
and i-2 now I nearly a year
Ii ::oofl Bed- been there long: before the girl, accompanied of ScnUK'r's: aid I didn't get to bed since a vigorous healthy jrirl. I You can get house CHOICESTOF

Cifor the by a Spanish ollicer appeared i until 4 this morning. j i have recommended this remedy frei j your -

at the \\ iwlv\\'. Sandy seized' I \-The ide.iVh.: .\ 1 thought It i queutly and have never known it to furnished complete at Mar-

tl'lr.foll (S'THE his rifle, but the two speedily betook tiresome. fail in ansin le instance." For '
awfully i i ston ($ Qitinu's on easy pay7nents -
themselves out of range.; He could I l'ulJx-lxadl;: It wets nearly 1 J sale by all drt1; i Hand medicineI 'f FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY( [ f

hear them chattering and made out I uVIork when I woke up In my cbair.i I dealer,. \ weekly or monthly.i .

from one or two words he understool' I I I t .
i __ : --- nI
that one of them-the otiicer he supposed : -'L *"*' I
-," -: --o $ Jlhuh.I .
SJ N *- S>*w ri k J !

rlliG11! fOR him. -TK-n would he go heard for guard footsteps to remove in the j ''Why don't that romantic star divorceif and !I t vASTVFtY1L.13euu e ire Kr.1 Y7t "aa liaars: .Qri? : .. -,-PROFESSIOXAL- OARDS.-" -.-- .. C. APOSTLE'S,
I I that emotional actress yet a I
PEOPLE. room above, after which all was quiet. I tiny can't become reconciled'"They /" IgnatnreI : .7fr-. i i W. C. ROWE, M. D.
I ofj ( 14 East GoTermieit> St.
Sand himself !
} gave up as capturedfor I have discussed: the idea but !I ,
i Office: 17 li S. 1".I.r"I.

I > H rj cfs ) ou .1 Cent, recounoitering a time then resumed; for a means his interrupted of eseape. -. j eadi U'sT! jsjifraid! advertisement-ICashfi the other might get the. j iI I ... Hours Nto6: > a. m, \al 1 t' It. m Formerly Cordova Ileotaurantritand
of the Doing and Thinking. ,
i I
JB I I II.-M HrrJ i.. Read .\ chimney was built fioui the I i and after ?o'clocki One carload of Pineapple at 11.75
Ih i ton Star. '. ,-T .*?_,*,_,.., j .Mamma-Bessie, why deli you wash i :IPlaoxio or;. to |2.uu per doieu.
{cellar where !it was of stone, with no :
I the dishes; ? It is easier to do a thibgtli'm

:. -- --- ::: + opening. but the! house was very old ':, Henry rjhattuck of Shellsbur;: : to sit and think about it.IJesaic I

'I" % L10 i.1:1u. and the stones had It-en l luo,
.. .. ... toL-ether. :Sandy tugged; 1 at one of 1! with which he had been f1Iicted for : and I'll bit anti think about It. i I LAW DEPARTMENT

t them and! succeeded in removing it. i year*, by four boxes of Chamber- I ..
''''''''hold lurnl1 -
\ .< all tindj of ptrr- This liMiM-nod two or tl.no more, and 'I.iiu'sitomach and Liver Tablet ; --v. :: ':..", "'I!"'!', I ..
1 -",y Mricttsti he He hd previously tried many other I Admire! Ii'lrI's hat and she will till -
put his I.t'a.IIIIHI shoulders through.
\, i !py; to A.A. ut5hrr. The ;for remedies: and a number of physicians you that she didn't like it after the got John
chimney was large enough B.
: Stetson
-- ---- him i without relief. For ale by all dru:,'- i it I home and tore It all to pieces! and University
to pns through it, he determined and medicine dealer
lanoror."t HSu.iil gi-t* j rariuiuied it. AtchibunI r.Ivlol' I
a-twuttts at low to diuh: [ tip Leaving his ritlereiving i I Do :Laiact Florlc'n.

o un I.<..lio I;. hrooks solely his he II' .\ IlrtMinlnix % *iloe.j II .
on revolver got n *< '
| ,
| | .
i .
Palafox ht., "'I.bt'r iVPHMiemUJKUT.I: '.
8 1)1 1m through the nit-rture ant!. using: ; back i j In tee Corubill Magazine; m an intere'tliio' I A common table sets borne men a r \11 ItII, ,,.. || Uran

and knifs, shinned I up to the flooriilwue ; paper entitled "On a l"e\v Con- I t-'o ..l example it never crosses Its legs. Pall TITIII ri.iumeiH.-s \\ ,',liie>diV Odlll..r I. JJMI": .

V \ nInn you need nunt-y? where he encountered a broad versationalists." the writer tells an 1 -Philadelphia IlulUtiii.CONSUMPTION TWO Y :\Woj' I 1ItoJl--Th.: Law. 11t'lIHtm..t ot John II "
1"1'1 I
-w any auiountou want a two 1'ear,' sour.'. 1..adn.r to the ... hl,1"..
'I..K' of 1.1.
rni and lo".*+it rates tie[ hearthstone. andy was prettystrum awnsbag story t.t Urowning and bow i -- ---- UEGREE \ 11 111'$ l'u THE Ii' It-TII.. Ilplou.sof Ii
r t.un tnprovrdcity real and succeeded in lifting; it afew be n'l't' \,'certain flowers! from a lady, THREATENrD. Htt-I''n I\pnUYIIIIIIIIU( to the Bar I1-I I ew 1' p.rtn.rtlt ,? ,??? ".
F..herltl': : ', Mouth 1'al- I-L'RTHIit 1:10": "RM.4Tlus. ,.. .
lr.-:fI im 'hcs. Through; the crack he who. on belli"!; pressul to pu their "I was troubled with a hacking I sired anluflu lit 1011 r,' ardlnl! tli,. Law.h Jr IlI-pNrtlllraahir.tI I.a- A nnOUIII''III... I "f i .'J I au I altier d..

saw the :Spanish ut leer sitting; with his I I'.iiLlish: names toll) IJ confessc'd they i cough for a year and I thought;: I had: : ALBEitI': j. FAHHAH 1J.:1u..f I. ,... i>Mrtmit.

J I I". ,r..IIIHUWIOo.foY roar property, pro- arms and hcid on a table asleep.Sand.v's .1 were calle. "bl-xnly nuhcs." I happened consumption." says C. L'Il;*Pr. :211 n.. i..tii 1 FI4

.*. buy or sell real es- movements froi.i this point: many years ago to be stajlng in Maple St.; Uhampaizn Ill. "I trieda 1

> "' any description, have were conducted with! the utmo care.Uracm j a country house when r.ruwtnuK tuld great many: remedies and I wa: under -

.. t ur! .ta c.,e mouth. I u=ed one bottle! of Foley'* of
.. University Louisiana.
!-jr nc PemaMi'HVrm
aj.nl .lift and Uravvmy his revolver, : Lo ohd.nl with the foUuwiii lives.which ,
;'II Uwr wilt lend money I then and there committed to have not been troubled ;;ince.I' Ttfoxv Ol'onUH.

I a boo-. "d-tf, j memory ami wbitb will I think, interest
You ned not
-- -
I 'R & \.J.I:. OSTETTER, suffer from jour readers: :
: 111 dVrk love with BANNER SALVE EDWIN
my posits A. ALDERMAN
I i ? LL.D. President.
; t'' 'dt.mhrredlandon ( CELEBRATED 111 cover her with roses the I ,
Sirk Htacache most healing 88lwa In thAt
.. world II
; .I I .room dmliine.if :. Should she protest I FuiICourceslnLnnguair .
.' ...lil within n ... .11.lh''I. .. .....
police ilittioa .
I To give hir bloody noses.London I sad workshops Spkcdid Heparta.eut for W'omto
In tb
Inf Marston $ Quina have ".weeHlbl'oll.a.Tulane ..
ii / I! Spectator. ; makes lradart In all \'ocatlon'. Iu f""IIIII" fur

i mo<.| deslrabl |nt> Ina.y Icdigestioa or some very nice Dressers and ,' In tblhOUtlJ.! loillbly..11t Instructors "0.11-:1 tilld..ou tact 1t"'I11'.....It,..''")f..rt., "11.-"01",." N.

I..rnu. by the Fishery i I'or InuroitiiiK Wash Stands Ito''flf"r:theacad..mlcd"l.artm..nt.. pp.on 1\1 Lout"ISna bur., ......0_ 0' sebelartbbp .....,..
\ ""I *'*' south Palafoil Oocstipatioa Tor :\nlln.Py very cheap. I .ssion.. HUlud and 1001011111{ In doroIltOlt..t Ionrrte..
-almii.i' < r fur worse than corns, the ingrowing i academic- stud' nt. for '"U.bt'lp. 10 tb. Act lrnuc'ullrg.. nro Ms IMirrtrattl.'T.e4M,. !
1.1 If will Just the thing to go with : for college!: work, will h..turn. dawnyfrunlln.PIlttytopay prrpu.d
you only 'UIUlMi' Nut
: too nail makes life miserable for the gins October 1st. Send for s..tec M.
I' tt.iite.I-IaIe. : tike a dose of Iron Beds. Catalogue.
the Litter U. man or woman, and no relief
seems to Addre.t.
i 1\.IIKt ..
fore each 11'. ..'.1.,'.
meal vine from paring the nail or In wadding
> explainow we It will n"iitlvelycure
...'!- .11 t'llht \\,'rkt. Moler STOMACH the-.. di>- It,with cotton. To pie Instant relief --- -- -

.t 11 la a'lltfllilp @ 5 ea-ts XKIt to such pain mature used by the -
IT ER seeloryourself. -
--- --- -- ---
\\'ulllt..I. T best physicians can be made as follows i GO TO*

-----. .----- .. : 1'rocure of the druggist one dramof
i : to learn biirarein'!', muriatic I
acid and
.. CA.STOn.TA. one dram of nitric
., ..ot! or chiropud .
.1. WrUeto.lav.loI.r Bean th* /f iBA"auj" : Hale| A flays Be"rt'1' acid and one ounce of chloride of zinc.

.- I..., aultf Ha\e these' mixed
\: natwi- thoroughly by thedru.git F. E.
-- Vi&tfT& BRAWNER'S.
\\ .\1'1 : ". or perform the operation yourself -

and apply one drop to the affected
I ,
a ...U' 1 tolicitnr; will pay part once a day. It will not only give ,
to rum one Ad'mc KING'S
melt DR. relief at once but it will last all day. For
$ Seven
Days will
we Offer the
I Following Prices:- .i t.from K-cainbm: TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR
,'.. i prronrrtor pod i The best phvsic-Chamberlain'*
'i ..t Stomach and Liver Tablets. EBto ----
''' s.rvIcr Apply tot -
( rdar RapId la. THAT COLD. take. sale 2'dozMen's French Xeck, drop21)1) Pair Men" Xew "
Pleasant in effect For Orleans Hewed i } "-t."uIJ I'.. 1toe of
stiched .k
I i undershirts for : at '
1liylrn-daa We l&t
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. by all clru girts i and medicine deal ; drawers or Cable Screwed :hoes for this sale J.1dlt' Hllrh

\\ t.. kinds ot empty beer Cures to match. $1.20; ; solid leather. W. can nave and 'AH' Cut tihoa! .
I HA I'lLaD.A If. DOTBtf 2J: doz Men's Fancy Striped Lace you II1UD.Y.

Colds Bronchitis Asthma, ers.CASTOR and Plain, Silk Finished, Kalbrigan 175; Pairs Men's Hand "ewfd"Jcl .1ttu 'yard Lawn !fa'., f'f.&oud,
I'oi, i/ruv. Undershirts at 45c each ; drawers Kid hoes in four different shape rih f ,c. to elo.e.t. Sc yUd

"" N'B BUOVVX' LKutlOKXS Pneumonia'HayFeverPleurisy IA match. tues ; regular ?!, for this sale ft.:,:) a fall X-Bu Mu.lin. regular 10

,,' VV-!->,ok.lUrJwurei'o's.and f'4t for sal ln.*tfM LaGrippe, Hoarseness! For Infants and Children. 10 doz Men \-Bar t Undershirts pair. gl'Jd to does at l'c yard

Sore Throat Croup and worth 50c, for lOc ; drawers match. I have bought the full line of Levy. Liao yard4 l'Lbleaeh Hom..tfo

II .V I U Cooou'oO.1 The Kind You Have Always BougM! i 25 doz Men's Kcriven Patent seam Pou Co. boys' shoes that I will close to clS.e at t'e,

'IJ HFlltaENtntltactnrert Whooping Cough.NO ide drawers, worth 65c, for this sale out at cost. 1.0.} yard Beet Ch.ek fJlrtb&C2.

; ia Hair ..ooda, H aU. Toilet' CURE. NO PAY. Bears the71' /, ;3sc. fa.t colored reIulu; is guie. for

. .. '>.Lrt1b w. OoT rnnientr Prim 50c. and S 1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.CHICHEITER'S ClWiattue of 28 doz Boys Extra Size Pants 12 to'', 125 pair Boys' Easy Walkers reg.thl.. ule 6c.

= == 17 year, worth f 1 a pair, for this sale afar 50c goods, to close at 35c pair. lueD II) piece, W|>ltt and Red Table

I I' "- .. l\)r Jo'ulu.-ruh.. l I I SOc regQ ar fJe !rood.. to tlit.. 'I
MB ENGLISH pair Men's Low-Cut l.JC
Patent yard. \0
f' r 'K' EKALS p wed ENNYROYAL PILLS I 1 ''# CURE YOURSELF Pants.We carry a fall line of Boys' Wash' Leather Shoes(: we have been selling! 3t> piece Medicated one over & yard.

* .' N"J aetl pecl ldilgnit t'se Biaefor.DattaralYlra.a Call and see them. at f 2.50 pair, to close at |1.75 21-lneh Cottoa
rw pair.
:\. Mo.tno, 8K eat Gregory F!7iL>V SAYE.Oriclikt a.....rou..mt.o.Ir t.adls.Dtz.ds Cea.l. di.cbarz..jadammanotl, Diaper, worth Islc. for tf.li nl. &JCI.
"-- :!lid I mo /S 'N far CHICHh>TEK- .:NGLLSH imuttou or alc.rtnoaaai.r.viewa
..... of mocoai membruiM.or
l '1' .'LI/H'tate'i. .ita.U..bo.KED ul b.U TtMtker.mna.lie atm se..... rwre.. Gard.. Pualea, sad sot i.tta This Sale will Positively Not Run
!.1 ._ ......t1I. _. ... Lk- .. TstEIn4QIEWruCO. getltOrpauotosl. Longer Than Seven Days.
11_.. .....1 4r. Ie ,
I N t R 1 and Floral S'7.1. joviJ Dnqa apkuno.fa.le by nr.agtta
tetlgat- *' for .. TNI'.1a
" \ ordered for caitomrei. 1 i. .rump.1 Rdler'rer.nlnl.L.die.....:.... ., No 0..L tent. In pUin wrapper.ILOO .
Mureno,.> We t Gregory.Svdlm. I... Mall. 1I'h'O ......ur. Solve Ie b/ oYTbouK ItTS.0* I ICircBiir
:I rrsip.I. tklrkMWrtkrvlrairt&u 105 SOUTH PALAFOX
Io.a."' ptic*. !h4iHa Mon. l'U1LL.1'A< + w&t ca rs'iurt, i I 8TREET. 4t

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.... ,, ., .. ..-.r. .-\r' iJ ba t .41 ;1" I.r.t4"ftiCJt"l:;: "' -
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f: -- CROWDS SEE THE !f Headache t is;Stronae t .
&:,. Biliousness, our stomach, constipation etlI"
; EW- and all liver Ills are cured by B < '" MiMnMMNMM*
t Hood's Pills I'll ,... ... ,
: latered at the J'ost Office at 1'ensacola. i lilt.*; |,, > .
, i The non-irritatina cathartic. Price i Low RatesTO
Fl* *cond-cl s!> matter.OrriCK Very
f I 25 cents of all druggists or by mail o! i!
:- ', Building, 211i South j Yesterday afternoon many people C.I. Hood t Co., Lowell Mass.
,p ralarol urefet up-itairs. ,j' went to Tarragona wharf and sat for 1, __.. -__ I THE[ [ECIIIIABIFFIFE l f

:- THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. i iI| hours watching the clumpy opera-: I

in Advance. I'!itions of unloading the August; Bel- I, BIG NATIONAL : Mountains, Lakes and Seashore RSSHRA .
Terms: Invariably i I. I -
b One Year by Mail .K <*' monte Rails were taken out alto-I! GATHERINGS I! VIA

eta Month s 5"Ou gether too slowly to suit the citizen-; .\... : .
"! Wk by Carrltr. l'aYlibl.IHndltY K' i I I
who had been advised that the vesi t K ".n i '
TELEPHONE NO. 118. i I' : Louisville & Nashville R. R. i'i -
i i =el was a big improvement over 'ATLANTA AND PENSACOU ARE

yr i( former freighters wnich: have: visited -*-'/1 ;'olu.| ff-,tii W

: this port. MEETINC PLACES IN AUCUST Saturday, August ..6, 1902.i d'o.41ruI'

I It is expected that the ship will OF PROMINENT NECROES. i, i t t t., P.dra
fini-h discharging her cargo this I
PESSAOOLA AUGUST 4, 1902 I '\ .. 1 t.arir .. Ir.
eek. and to accorupli-h this end Chicago $15.00 CincinnatiJ4.00i i! I In.ursn el '
I The peopl s' chri ti3nI .
: are the workmen exerting themselves negro young i l It. it, i.1

NEW JEK-EY ofikiaU: are charging : ;;, I and educational congress meets in i i Louisville,$ 12.00 St. Louis, $12.00 \ twilti-U il .
Hock I-liud company: recently
the : ,
. Atlanta Wednesday, the jh inst. It i >, -t d/ti ftt '

. 30WO reorganized for recording, a it>registry charter.! fee l'h13L of AGED GITIZEN- I is said that from S OCO to I0oo0 delegates I, $18 ROUND TRIP TO FOLLOWING VIRGINIA POINTS: .t 1..1:.t.arant.i t"r111..',''n .

U a greatchente, and other states: !I .will attend this meeting. I Norfolk, Old Point Comfort Ocean View Roanoke. .tr"ter t'1.1 tiK.NUNUIS I\\.t..I.and 1,1 t

tnUht follow example with much I DIED SUDDENLY | Every religious denomination: of I Hot Springs, Virginia: : Beach.

f l>roflt. the negro race will be represented I

r THE export record for last! month I -- din e Iy by accredited delegates Asheville, N. C., $14.00 Deer Park Md., $20.00 : Hit

[f- chow that it was the record mouth I M. C. Gonzalez, aged about !M) from the various churches; in every Niagara Falls, $20.00 Chautauqua Lake $20.00ROUND ...n..I V

of Pen-acola\ for lumber and timber I year, died suddenly this morning state in the union. TRIP.
shipments, the total: being 37,7u; <>,(l00 I .p14 I'll.: \ -
from the effects of
j! a paralytictroke [ All organized; societies, including ...
auperflcial feet as against: 33,345,000: last Tickets good! returning until .\ugu t 31, \i/uj. Ilil ltt-itt.
i night, superinduced by drinking
i Ep worth LeagaeChrlstiau: Endeavor SANTA ROSA SUR'BAiHINC
H-Il the largest previous
iu April, ; I i Through Sleepers.CoachesChair Can and Diniiin: C.IfFen
of i' ;l,000 feet. iced tea. : Youu Men's Christian Asociations -
1:1'Juth-U1 excels i ; thing the be-t b i iit '
:- I The old gentleman wa at the sabbath: schools, temperance \
TUBugu trust i is on the run. i I
R. W. SUBLETT Ticket
home of his son-in-law R C. Sick- Agent Pensacola.
t F"luill republican pretence or dem- j organization;, : colleges, etc., will FI'f .w ,. ..
oft, 213 West Chase street. Early .cratic determination bth-tc- [ send representatives; to this mair- ii '> III

I wards turilf revision, it Las ordered !j:r last; night; he enjoyed some iced tea I|moth tfithering. I .".P 141.HI,.., r..*fr"slulltnP n...- '

vast: quantitie-: of raw sugar from ,,I and a short time afterwards he was |i A large;: number of delegates willPen.acnl.l I dura4 +\. ..

all the foreign markets: -enough to j i i mi-sing. Later: he was found in the tru.. Pie \ Ii'l' I
leave and tomorrow
: today: -I
'H t-
load 41 Urge steamers and amounting ;,
I'| yard with his hands to his head and i! for Atlanta. On the 25h of this
tonin anticipttiouofthe
tu iio.wfl !
coming earthquake._ __ i j jIK Ion: biding taken into the house: he I i month the National Negro Business; i iI 'Green Watson & Co. t<:...,vb..d" t .' .

'- pastil away. He is survived by i'League meets in lU hmond, Va. '' >)|tlfd "f till; 0',.; '
the ?ervicei of Henry I'. Day j JL'htf"ru T1L !.

:. are so ueee--ary to the railroad com I -core of close relation I Hooker Washington preiJect: h iiirw 1,11"%*t it <
The funeral will occur at 4:10 H. HAILIIY A fo's o.I .-.T\\U. Xhos C. Wats .
inis'iou that interested parties: oUer.t 'of this or0'anizition.; Dr. C. V. : '

, *. to make him -ecretiry: and railroad i!I o'clock this afternoon from 213 We-t II Smith: M. M. Lewey, George B. : have other.Min jait pMtlt b.>w ito
bill the next legi-la- I II
" a through j I Cha-e -treet. Green and A. \V. D:Vaughn; are the ruu 'I com and
the salary from $lii),' I You will .. _
ture increasing ----- ------- ..SPEcl7LS7LP. a* r r.
delesate-j from Penacnla.This .
to ?.', .I.1 a year, it does *rent that the i TEX CENTS: WILL isrv trial size ofEly' I II | .11

preper thing for the people to d) i-I Cream Btlin ; enough to con I i is the league: which convened ;i ii ,
vince that it i is the greate-t foIf''I i ; o-or- ., ( XfKKr AM I.
you ;
10 t.ltd him at the primary: Augutli I in nl-tan two years ago before which i
remedies for nasal; catarrh or cold in i I' I VONOUA 1:1 i ixmnr. t
ai.d. while thustcuriu hi- valu- the head Full size So cent*. All M. M. Lewey uf this city made an I
ableemces, let the :" :al.trof the I Ie TRAIN' \ ,
druggistWe; mail it. '
addres-, which wa favorably com Umbrellas
retary retnaiu as it i i-: That's I j jromuiou ELY BKUS 60 Warren Street.New Fancy Parasols i+ I.A '&F TRAIN !

en-e and economy. Vote York. mt-nfd on by many of the leading I II --I. TICKFIUFIs11' -
Io3: Second :Street; Albany. I .

!' cur luy.iv .____ __ j Messrs.; ELY BK<>.<. :-I sulfprt-d dailies of the- country.- SO-SATURDAY. MONDAY AND TUESDAY. (o:

!r. re.t-uu of a recent re-orginiza- \ eut greatly remedies with catarrh without and ellect.tried dilfer-After', Thift wrtttlfr n

, lion of the statf of this paper: Col. ] u-ing one bottle of your Cream Balm BALL PLAYERSERIOUSLY !!ni w jfroii1. } "'/"

Charles .\. Choate, who for the la-t j I found relief and I cannot prai-e < One Lot Ladie :5-inch Mercerized and Gloria rmbn-lla-- r- ... keen cutting Lmcn

three : has: been its editor i- ;, too hihlysuch a remedy. | :
year"free lance" ai.d to editorial 1Is CDK\ \V1I.I.um. !| HURT $1ieach.l1'w. . . . .. . . . .. .. . . . ( /JC) (ml (tntst Shent v J '
now i open )
_7. 1.49NUMEROUS.
| H'tllix Ilart/ware C".
t His bretheien
enticements.: : j
I One Lot Lidie'aud Men's 3ii-inch Gloria Umbrella, all Steel
. of the I-l.lrlJ i pre-s will confer a i i

1 favor by making; a note of this fact ;, CHANGES j I A large; crowd went down from the Rod with Patent Slide., were *1.50, now. .. .. .. . .. SI.; I (IU FRANK SECARIS BATH HI

f him of editorial |I. ci'y to Fort Bmancis yesterday aftcrneon !i J
t>r by notifying any ...
... :
r Job they may know of that i is laying IN THE l. & N. SHOPS to witue-; the game of'ball'!' ALL FANCY PAUAMLSAT: : HALF THE OBIOINAL: I'IMLE iy.11. fur i' wateri w M'i ,.. ",t "

around I'mC.-l. ('ho.1 tei U: a forceful between the Sutherlands aud the ALL MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURED CIJml'.lr&U&rllt for 1 I <

writer and ione of the best informed !: ---- I t"Ult<&ut..t..t t..
Birrauca* team*. .
bath tuw a Iu f '
:ten in the tate of Florida Numerous changes become etleci The! :,utherhndi in the I VIIINNA .AM \ ,:-' _\T IZ cent-. I-
: won score FANS'! l'I' l'II.1( \-5'I
affair- He |
ia capable competentand .
( / : ('tlr. C'eralln :
i tive this and next week in the L. & X-I,I !' v< v< IIAI.P .-< .<& :
experienced newspaper man and i| .'of Iii to"-1. the game throughout being -
[ shops, and it i* learned pretty'
hold of the deck from I IteIeral.lt upon :
can doyviiauy j .i without any great feature It i
: editor to editor-in-chief. i I I good authority that the -hop; are!: was much enjoyed, however. I MOSQUITO BARS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.A 134 134 13.1. i
--- I .
-----r-- | short several mechanic: I Ij .
A n Etc :a vigorous contest in the !: .| During the game Catcher IJurk- j
j John L. Creary, a well known mechanic 134 IS 1
committee on resolution- which I ; hardt of the Sutherland, wa struck Big Collection of Lawn- Gingham*, Dimitie* and :

the two factious of the party were : has: ; given the company notice !1 i in a vital spot by afoul tip and rejiceived i worth Hi 12, alldlcyardtoclo..etut .1''jU"5 C yard Anffntn t1', 'I ,

nearly muilly divided the platformreported I that at the end of thi; week hp 134. :, .. ,.., 1
i injuries which for a time I f' Come Early and Get Fir-t Ins
to the Iowa state republican will sever hi* cnnecti( n with the i .. .
convention on Wednesday included :> were thought to be fatal. He was .
, company and engage: : in buine for 134 134 134 1 : : 1
f the reallirmttion of the auti-tru-t II | picked up carried; into tie! hopital ....
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I plank of I la-t year's platform, declar- him elf. Mr. Creary hi- purchased j and attended by the *urgeons there.' GREEN WATSON & CO.
Mr. Kirkpatrick's share of the firm I I.. v u want a M I t,'
lujr that the convention favors 'any I .
:! He was restored to consciousnes3l;| for little ut'Ti-.. I'
r modification of the taritf schedules of Spitzer & Kirkpatrick's carriage I I St"I''I.-' t1 ;i.'w. i.
I I If :and after a time was carried to hi-1 i
i ..
that uriy: be required to prevent factory and will engage; in that i PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL E'.t )1.A ,111 In. lnn v? ,

f their atordtutielter to mouopo1ie. bu-iness hereafter ; home. A report thi morning had it I I -

f .." The entire congressional d-I-I j : that he would eventually be all A regular cniiiinuiiication -
Amo*; Runyau also from the mechanical ] I II Third Annual tfphhion Iw inn bf|'- flf E;=cambi i lad\\z*, EXCURSION
I *K ti'Hi tlf the -late with.one eXCf"I I I! right. triulirr I:>. l' O-. and Ends :\0.1;;, F. A. M.. will b*

lion, was pre-r strenuou-ly opposing ,' department, has been tr-uis- !I I ----------- June 111. KIOJ.i held at bIi o'clock p. m

the action of the committee, ':, ferred from the shops to duty on the j, Shake Into Your SI
while position was upheld by the i:I I!i The aim of this school is to ides htich reolIllr bu-ut.44
Belmont and will : pro
i I August accompany I Allen's Foot-Eae, a powder. It i as may come before the I id/e.. tl.'r.
representative; f the Rx -evelt ad-i|: the ship on her voyage. i cures painful, smarting, nervou; feet COLLEGE vide thorough PREPARATORY HIGH SCHOOL and in- I will b., work in the F. C. degree.
ntlut.tratiou, 1 1J Governor I
by Cum-:j brethren
: Visiting
arecordiilly invitml.
and nails I Ii .
A mechanic named Schwartz has I ingrowing and instantly struction. The chooli- of especial f .
tuiu and The '
i takes the ting out of corns and bunI interest to three classes : IIAP.RW.OIIII fs Mars t 111Ldrd
platform as reported also commend- tendered resignation and will go 1. Tho-e who having completedthe :- "" .
I I I ions.. I'-the greatest comfort discovery Stcn.arvATTKNTIO.N1 : : t I. r .1I
i the president's &l\lIoullcf'ddt'tt'rmiu- : to California. : grades of the publicchool wish u..,", II. at.uat '.
I of the age. Allen's Foot-: their studies further with- .
atioii to enlorce the auti-tru-t laws | to pursue S .t.1.1t.I1wII
Other changes: have occurred and I I Eae makes tight or new shoes feel out (having home. : : ur. '. M.JiJllt'LIIII. .

and 1Vthim an enthusiastic: endorsement are pending; both in offices and I j ea-y. It i is a certain cure for sweating > 2. Those who wi-h, with the aid '. t '

for the presidential nomiiu.itionln I I callous and hot tired aching ''of the careful individual attention CII/III'an) K. l..t. InUmry. r. S T. \lan-iIiUIIU '". t.. i. ,
I''U! The "-iguifleinee of shop. | I that can be given In smaller elates R 'ticket jfiMKl f..' <
I feet. Try it ff.dt/Y. Sold by all' advance You are hereby ordered to
these events cancarcely: be over : and a longer session to turn on in? tetulr ; .
LOOK PLEASANT PLEASE. I druggist; ; and shoe: :store. Don't I more rapidly than is possible for appear in fatigue, uniform PurrhAM tlrlir
e+tiutated.Vhlle the republican accept any substitute. By mail for I, them in public school i I with Jpggins at tale: armnry 41 Fur further inf-'n ,
chang A of front on the tint tsueltidic.tted Photographer C. C. Harlau, of 3. Those who are fitting themselves 7::G! ) p. m., on Thllr.d'HI" .
Eaton... can do ?,) now though for 2:;c. in *t1mp". Trial package FKKK.Addrp for "th day of Augn-t. line for )! "
by the action) taken, is u college I' I J'
distinct acknowledgment years he couldn't becau-e he -.uIY'r- **, Allen Olmsted, LeRoy, In addition to the usual: instruction company inspection ivi.npp- .:tea<< ",
of the ed untold
agony from the worst formof XL in English, Mathematics History titive drill for medal and ant -
democratic po-uiou, it come too indi;e-tion.: All physicians: and Geography, Latin-etc..instruc -- .pointment of ut>n-r<>inmi*

late to :allect the congressional cam- medicines failed to help him till he I tion i is otfered, ii'tli'tnt itrn tuition sioneil! oHicer. You will I All kind of J" >

paign. | tried Electric Bitter, which worked SELECTED NEW I In Greek, French German and dl(.an- bring with you all property you have rfcldn$ chairs (1'.11
such wonders for him that he de- ..
- ish. The school is conducted at the belonging to the cute. By ord r 'If
. l cl ires they are a
FIVE FAMILIES from trouble-dyspepsia. Unrivaled and for stomach di-eae<> of CORPS OF OFFICERSi ,i street*, in a building which is i to Capt. Comdg. Co. Kl*t.lnr.o' P r. low.
be arranged to adapt it especially to
the Moniach. Liver and Kidney. I the needs of the school. Menill lie u"I'. -

They build up and five new life to I i The number of pupils in attendance In the excitement of a lively exercise -
the wholesy-tern. Try them. Onlv j Penacola Concert Band helda is limited. Hence those desiring like GO 10COE'S
boat-racing or ballpNylngthey
'MIC. Guaranteed by W. A. D'AIern- ;
bU'iine'is admittance should communicate ,'f
meeting at the band room
: berte. dru;gi*t. ( wiil strain their nlu-clea and go BOOK'
with the Princi
as early as possible
I yesterday morning: and selected a home limping and sore. Then theyare
j At the ouclmion of the sermon at I I pal. :
REGISTRATION NOTICE. new corps of otfizers for the ensuing i For further information, terms and /glad-they have Perry Davit
l the Meth<><1i-t church last night. I catalogue, addressH. :
Painkiller on hand to "htJthe thequivering
The regitration as follows
I \ books will be year :
lie J. M. ,
Danuelly announced that .
I ,
opened at my office in the court; President-R. C. Moore. Principal, orPEKCIVALH.WHALEY ;: nerves ; t penetrate the
i' he knew of five families in which I houe in Pen-acolt, FU.. commencing JR., muscle with warmth and healicg Hammocks
- the firt Tue*day in :Oecretart'-R.: C. Cu-hmau.
I Augut. .
i were women and children, who had three dy in each week- I I Assistant. power. It has relieved the pain .f
r Tuesday,
I Treasurer-Jss. Bled-ole. two generations of American. Tv makP } (<<
Thursday aud :;.uurdJ\ .
ll cot the means to obtain medicines
I I find the old registration books i j I.lbrarian-B. H. Fairchild. NOTICE TO CAS CONSUMERSAfter Large bottles 25 and ft) cent. Novels.
or the bare necessities of life. Mr. badly copied and will

!t Donnelly said he would receive all Ito| those who have had any trou--ay I, Bu.ineiIanagerProf.. E. O'L I I FINE STATIONERY.C. P..- | ble by their names not being Charier.
: contribution and place them in as proper- July 31 the office and warerooms -
ly registered on the books that ifi I
I Kodaks.
judicious a manner as he could. i, Prof. Chaffers submitted a report of the fens-acola Gas Co. will
i I they will call at my office ou the V. Thompson, No. 11 Houtli
be at Sos. 25 and 27; East
1'' Till matter i* an urgent; one and i day nsmeJ I will correct all such i which showed the body to be in an Broadway .
(Garden street)) Palafox meet ha ju t opened i Pflckf'tt"f' a 'J
I charitably inclined people are especially I terror? and do my utmost to get the excellent condition'peaking well C. F. ZEEK.
bonkztn properrhapefor till' general new supply cf Linen and
,, Invited to take cognlzanceof 29jtf Manager. B'IJdI Baseball Goods.
election. T. X.AlM*, for the great and growing .
i' ( ( popularity ---- -i --- I Papers: white, blue and gray, with
CONCERT AND DANCE AT I i Supervisor RegistratmuCounty. j of this excellent musical The ben for the Envelopes to match, Oxford lttU.k t..
organization I .
i MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAYMUHF. i jy9d I I;a tt ret SeS pnc- ev"sold here. I
e TRAt1SAT8N:3UANt ', O.1.. Pryor'8 Furniture : aho Foreign Mail Tablets with Etijvelopes Fishing T ak1c.
CASTOnXA. i Store.Garden. ,I : to match. Ink Pencil-,
f 9. LAST TRAIN RETURN AT :i Bean the Pe 'htai3 aB7 II Penholder I.lut.In..k' f
-/I : Blank bonk', File
mattresses! for the etc.,
1 JI :&). riCSRiM f i OSNT3, AT ;.r 1'1'li i hose at the Willisi .
e 1lci t price ever sold here. etc., always on hand. I ..Mittlt tl
THE ,. ,
PEPOT. I I O. M. Pry or. i Hardware Co's. I Phone 234. .I .*


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- TJo. OGO3.CSlAL .

l President; F. C. HORTON. Cashier; I A6j252525d52S252rnsS S 52525
r, v oe-Preiident; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. THE \WEJTHER

" Gorxdonsod 8to.toxu.oxxt: of tho 10 Yards Gj :? x 1 10' Yards



i From Report to Comptroller. Tuesday; frl'sb'I" wm.Ushilling to';' /

-. south !
I -- -- "

... .. .... ..... .. :351,69\.79: Capital Stock .... .. .... ...... .. ...... .... 200.000.00 I Temperature in Last 24 Hour: I

..... ...... ...... .... ttt.WfiCT; hurpluj Fund. .. .. .. .. .... ...... .. .... 10OiiO.UO1.S76.1X5 0 Maximum..., ,._................. s.2degrees .TO MAKE ROOM.I
. ...... .. .... .... Miniuium_... __ ...._ __ 7d-er9 i. .
.... m h -
Net Profits .. .... ..... ... .. .... .... .... 7,812.72 i
i Premium... ...... ...... SO.SW.OO( Redi-counts. ... .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .... .... ... 19.500.nO
-. >-tc... ...... .... .... 2,625.uo; Circulation ... .. ... .. .... .. .... ... .... Ti.uooou; ) Temperature Elsewhere :
dttUrt .. t. ...... .. .. ..... 6.71M8 Depo-its ...... ..... ...... ..... ...... ..... 3 .97357 )I&t. :)lln.l I nut < n Ie
.... ... .... ... .. .. .. .. .\tlanta.... ...... ........._.......... so
119.12I3,451.27 Bumarck ..... ................. ......7n .V.
.,:'l.. .... ..... .. ... ...... Chicago ..... ...... .. 1l '..> I
--- II Cincinnati ....... .................. .. vi ill 0.
Galveston.i -i New Fall Stock
i)7OHj 219 f6JiOdi.2'J; Huron _. ..... _.. ... ......___ IH f i
1.. 1 for bu.i il)
Kansas tlty __ ,.... .._.__..._..1.4 7-*
ij t. courteous aud careful attention. I, Key West .. .. ..... ................... .., xi
:Memphis ... ..... .......... ....... id 7iMobile. '
.1 PER CENT; ; INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. I ..... ... ...... ..... ...........4 7i \\ IIn:
I II Montgomery ..... ........_ ....._. .> 74New
I Orleans.........._._...? ss 7JXew
r York........ ..... ..... ;a (W
!Savannah ........ ..... ._... vi 74
1 FAIRCHILD, j jCI i iI I SUNDAY AT I IKUPFRIAN'S REAL ESTATE i Wit Louis .._......?.r..... ............. w ;ITO 9 Offering Great Reductions tIN .


Refinishing Furniture a I TRANSFERS I -...,.._-w _-..--,_ .

poor in our midst are needing
S a salt,. I Alirgecrowd went out to Kupfrian's i ii ) MATTINGS AND RUGS....
i aid. Let those who can send money

.t UO ion.t. I park yesterday afternoon for t, ARIOrs transfers ALL MATTINGS LUD "!lEE:
or ,)" to United Charities or hand to me.
pastime. At one time a good many '\tl/ : .\ of F.camblacounty"t.r. ,

K. WHITE of the rustic seats in the enclosure If."'-"t.r." ::.,;... were recorded J. M. DAXNELLY._. Gallery Rockers, $1,60.

.... the weekending --
tilled with visitors \;' \ during ; ,
i were from the

M.iiiufatlnring Jeweler : city both white and colored, while '{ '< y.c;I Saturday: :ATTENTION, ESCAMBIA RIFLES ,i Willow Rockers, $2 00 up.

,ate Optician, lPrsaeuls i iI I on the race track were many tests of j; :"Y: :# An u't2.lklallof You ars requited to report All Wool 30x60 Smyrna Rugs $200

I i i': 0/ which are reported at Armory Hall on l'uedav. I
.. its I tVS Ii strength and speed. "".--0." for THE NEWS by August 5th, IHo! ):!. at S o'clock Irons Beds $4 00 up.

I i! Little Johnuie HolUnd's\ pony, Thos. C. U'atsoii & Co.. real ftate p. in., in fatigue uniform,

familiar to nearly everyone in this I'I agent*: r for drill.monthly meeting and medal Refrigerators at Cost.A .

H. Maueely and wife to 1'. A.
city, outran every competitor and I
I I Jorras-iilJ by ;\10) ft of section H, tp I .1 Captain.: I Regular $14.00 Size Hardwood RefrigeratorSale

j oTLlmeeting 1 !I made hi* young Master a, proud as 2 a, r :'NI i<< w-$Is. P' i! I A 1:1', 1st Sergt. I j Price $10.00.

the proverbi:1ll'eacock. I V. A. H.>rra and wife to Cha
Tho man who owns his own home !
Bicycle race: were many and ex- ,I Thoina-Mime property-?!. inurM himself against lots of. New Stock of Welds' Linoleum Just Received,

J JI ;, citing. A fiui-li of one came near. Henry IJellinger! to George 1' trouble and worry. Nobody can None Better.
; <>f the I i j Wentworth-All interest in block raise his rent and the rent day h:.
being disa=trnu;. Two negroes were I II no terrors for him. It's easy: to own --'- -
7:30 I lul :and lots 22 and 23: and block v9
I hy night; at '
I rushing neck and neck for the line !' :a home now-a days. Thos. C.I
meeting will be E East King tract. l lot iM! and east '.. of Watson & Co can till you how We Receiving New Line of Fall Shoes.
I I i when the wheel of one of them struck.slot 2.;.. block 1R< Donel-on tract, easy it is. Call; anti see them i| are our :

i: a rut, threw its du.kyriJH headlong northwest ; of block 1MI and '.. iuterest I
L I H ju-t opened a i jI Ultra Shoes for Ladies
] in northeast of block lea 1I : ,
cloth> inn-h and j and came near ending his earthly i 4
i I West King tract-l.. MARITIME. I
I Excelsior Shoes for
pure white, with existence. He escaped with a big Boys.
James V. imon and wife to ScottM. I

I loss of skin, but the valuable wheel :I J.cftJu-J.ot 11, block 130; New Heywood Shoes for Men.

,,!of the Library I which was a borrowed one, was City tract-fou). EXPORT* I

111 11lIl'neiday, I' smashed to. piece i I I William Fisher and wife to John t'orugu.t to dateAKK1XED. :f..,. ,I Allen's Celebrated Children's and Misses' Shoes

m., instead of |i --- I P. Moungey-The east 2't! ft of lot 24 < .

:e. A meeting; ilt. | JUST LOOK AT HER. I and west 10 ft of lot 2", block 47, !! Kr srt'duniunl-':, iiettiell, Horn bland Just Received 100 dozen Princely

..e will be WheucA came that sprightlytep.. Donelsou tract$150. 1, to II s II' Kingland,12-f.Rorerhr James, Kto lanieroI Shirts at 50c each.

which all j''raultle"klll., rich rosy complexion John I'. Moungey to Alice :\Ioun1 I'to l'.n.'I(' I.ulllh"r roNor .. .
Mailing face9 :She looks goods, feels Ilk IIiesertil. JoLn-un. I"anlo."If\ --""---- -- -
;f'" ire re-1 i i ;:ood. Her 's here secret. She urea g:'y Same l'roperty-$1 ; Barbados to order

t I Dr. King's New Life Pill. Result Emma Jackson and husband to --
all active digestion Samuel Jr.-All
'- M.i-teor- organs ; good no" Pasco interest in 50 Norbk Huijo! ">IO. Haua-.-n.byV s K..yh..r. -
.. headaches, no chance for "blues. by 120 ft of block 70, West King I A t'o fur But-nos Ayrewith fitl3..'.> s ft
liljilt i Try thorn yourself. Only :!;jc. at W. :. resawn lumbervalueiY1i
tract- 1.
A/D'Alemberte's. i -

he'nt I'' Stephen Thigpew; to Jme-S1I1 ;, Kr tkatrimner.BAILED.. iiKiilHll, Hamburi If You IJuy TiiPin! at the II ,*!, ,!. -'> !"o' t I I. '
I as :1bovt'-H. .j,

I .i.itt i it iI A BIG POLICE I Martha Thigpeu to Anna K. Davis J-OTH-R-TO MAKINEKS.foinmnndfr .

I I interest, in GO by 120 ft of block J H Hull. inspector of the
: f :, i Mf\" *iith Lighthouse district, Il1h ,..ue.ilh. Satisfaction and Service
:.' ki-d I DOCKET TO-DAY 7<;!, West King tract-$!! >. following otliclal notice:
I Samuel' I'a-co, Jr., to Annie DavU p..n.acota nay and i-ntranI'-Oa\'y \or.1Outtr ;
I Hunk Buoy No H. n 6econd-cla-.s can, i
I II ---- -All interest in 5') by 120 ft of .block7ii. watHl>lisbr ..' i .11 on the I i .. buoying lieurlais\iz:
i 'ro--day. police court -e--ion lasted I 7ii. We t King tract-M- liner Point llca:on Light t:. by N.
v.-w Orl"Ir..1! I A. A. Fisher to Annie Divis IVosiu'olft Llght: -Houee. W. :N VVV.. .

nig tlitights i!ith'y i from h :::11) a. m. until p. m., and it Same: as ablve-fl. ',End W.Tbl9, Wesucoal) wbarf. navy yard, :N. & Boston Shoe Store Shoes *

buoy is placed at the sotithi'.i-terly
will tike i was a profitable session. IT. S. A. to Catherine Jone,-Eat
point of the fl\e-fathom curve oil Teniacolnnavy
i rori i. \ H.
: .r Xew.nk, 'II Forty-three" ci"es" were on the It of s e'a of sec 21, tp 1 s, r :3o wHomestead. -- yard ground and mark.for deep the draught channel VfiseU.KOTH'E to anchorage -

future re-ide docket and the lines aggregated I j The eye i* 3ati-ff-d with the-tyie an I Huss''i t I I.. > i- u-fi t! i ,:1 If

'0' with the great John Mixon and wife to John TO \KINEKS.. perfect fit iud ab-olut-comfort the! jMir-- -.ri-n-t I .1' I 'u
$:! w. Of this sum Slii.oti! had been
"w. ft-er, Penis Cneatham Two acres in sec M, tp 1 Regulations the Marine Hospital price for superior s>hi e' t'.at! Will t'iv t. . \ .
.uilMrs.: Hallidayif paid by the guilty defendants up tot vice require the Inspection of vrsneU er-I .
u., r :n w-110. than thi "
friends in 1'eti- i foreign ports eta domestic ports nortli of
deb 1 clock this afternoon. imuel Harris and wife to Arthur soutbvrn Miirylanit. but via such pans at """"" --'-
.ID rftret 1 Ship Island; where full pratiiju is givenfor
for them a safe I There war- not standing room iu Roger-Two acres of sec lo, tp 1 u, a southern port. In-p.ctton U not prerequisite -

o u+p..rnu.s futurp.lOUriS r 31 w12:3.Same to entrance
the place atone time this morning/ STORE

to ,*ame-:2'4 acres of *ec lo, XOTICE.
the been caused,
M\UKKT. curiosity having ; by ,
tp 1 n, r31 w-*:!l. ; Tbe Marine hospital Service has issued I

ilj for The Newt b) the fact of the coming trial of Inez I Nero Nettles and wife to Fate Taylor I,I tbe"Coasting following Vessels: which are known and NATHAN G. 1'( .1:< IMI: .>III: :. I'MITI.t..tLeaders /

Himou and Mary Cashing, which are in regular trade with Florida
Natal tit urea CuS'HI charged! -4 acres in sec 20 tp 1 n, r 31 w1211 -
from domestic of the United htalec,
I of Prices. 117 South
:*. with being dangerous! and suspicious may enterwlthout detention or Inspection I Low Palafox StreetALL
wrththe if sickness of
H.. .......II <*1li character The women were represented J. M. Flinn and wife to F. C. Brent o any character whatsoever shall develop I

1 :*' -Lots !-, 9 and 10 in block Ut.-I. during tbe voyage to Florida ports shall WERE SAVED. : Till M\M.% urn *
Messr Loftin and Land. 11, report to the quarantine officers for inspection
K ..... .... 1 25K by "
... mont tract-12500.F. : and deposition. "For years I suffered such unfold j jI \ !tna' 11111111,1.1 ilILhllali.T
I *> rum, respectively, and the prosecution misery from Bronchitis;," write.* J.j
I) .. II:. C. Brent and wife to Th ? of Hrouirhton
H. Johnston 0:1 ,
: ;
.... was conducted by Hon. CharlesH. THE SHIPPING. I Itathimr in the nntmuif wl1l.- 14c..l1c..d..d
Urent Same
t .t below II" -
propprty-$1. "that often I was unable to work. j
I (< |M> u H Mif t in ti,..
.' KI.lrslllllilcillclli:', I Lauey.: Twenty witnesses were I R. P. Butler and wife to C. A. I: VhSShLS-IN PORT Then when everything else failed I world. Everrthiblfort'l.II*ur" wIt',

examined.The Bwwn-I acres of lot 4 ,see; :35, tp 2! IoTEA"SH I I'M. I was wholly cured by Dr Kine's NPW safety.: mud board at. | I.Nt.ItI. by
I DidcoveryforCon: 111 I'tIOII. My wifeulferedintensely th"lhy..r w..t I..n..n .... .
I ?, r 30 wI3O.R'illiam ; Br Auu'ilit Brlutont. :!\1n1, Rogers to L.t I ltlpt
llard- the = from A-tlinri, till .
e \Hillis mayor di-charged women o S It K ly .t"r .-il Itl i nil tt..ur. d.s' ..r ei ttt
the evidence being completed. Fi-her and wife to Moses 1! Hr l'ap..nor, I'IS1. Hodbani. to H H I'.oyerKr I it cured her, and all our experience [ lit 41"."- II. Id HI..%.
upon I B..II-Lot. 13 and 11 in blk 1. West Golden C'osHit, Cameron, to W L I goes to show it i H the bet Croup 2m-tf M"I1..rOAHTOn1A.
., Wlttichft King: i ).
trlcttill. ,
: Hr umyfield. Tysen to W L Wlttich

", .6'1.... .. .. "'............r I,11'W.G. Crenshaw and wife to W. ,I,4:Span Co Vivina IM, liulz. to Gulf Transit convince Throat and'Lung you it'.s disease unrivaled; Ou iran furl I.i ..It1.. ;'. t J t Il4-, -W. N e4I

Flnnrnuy-3> ft on Wright street Co. teed bottles" and .11.I i ,. Ti Hi bt- Sr...... .A
"H I
between jyleu; and : ties fn.eat W. A. D'Alimberte's. : r r /
= Spring streets 1 /
\ FRESH SHIPMENT: OPt Rus Kndymlon: J, ellersin, to tiaars.
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9 by 1W ft det'!>.-$WO. Uunwody.tCo

..... .! '" I David Gilchri-t to Elizabeth Collin 11.Rlts KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. "', '
!lu;; Australia. '.'!.'. Kuertton, to order '
If I ( YOIIrant I
: : )?.- .. acre of sec tp 5 n, .r 30 wfll :Nor A\iemor,Lawrence 1'M-i, Itairen.tourJerNoralecauder U't, Maa\ersen, Pea"acola Lode Xo. 3. K. of P.- !.. I'kltlttJ'i.y : -

Regular meeting Monday' iiuht,
i tit W f* Kl'H'r ('0
HAMS. Nor FlgaroI'41Nielsentoorder Aug. 4ih. at :rf: o'clock. full attendance
SMITH; .. MEAT \: MALT has a marvelous Nor 11(iX'). MIW. Hanssen toorder requested. \\ ,ik HI the It ink ) ifr i In ckle of all A ndx

f -: -- 3 dit'tf'tic'alut'. While refre.hillIud Nor Noidenk Magua.be4.Lsran.oaL'oNor ..Jold, ';&', Neilseii. to Fr JSobrtyer lof I Page" and other important bust awl *oo : -
C I ness.
=* ,-* -* *X* pleasant to take it help assimilation : Nor Noreg, W, Kjorn'-en. to order I 11. .\ LEE C, C. Hanhvaer t'oi.
V y Ir Saerlmi-er'"'.Uuoilil.t'> OlderNor
o f food. Sold byDANNHEl'sSER Huubeam... Andersen to order HENKY HUK I.KK K.: U t;.
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From Hut to Cold Lay the dust. J"ollcanlml LAKEVIEW DAIB1'I'llOM '

I CONCERT AND DANCE AT Dysentery is prevalent e\'t'rywhere garden hose at the mills

: RESH FLORIDA SYRUP | MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY:; :' in summer and i is due to miasmatic 'Hardware' Co. III

NIGHT. TRAINS AT is 8:30 AND 1 poisons, and begins abruptly with -

V 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT iullammation of the mucous lining

V \ GALLON JUGS, 75cts PER- --GALLON. = 11:50 DEPOT.TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT I J I i' of disease the large 1-i common bowel. ,In but America properly the At Almost I t Cost to'M ths'-next fur. Get Our Summer Prices on the

at OM.
treated does not result as seriously a? I
Best Milk in
9 \vi: IIAXDLI: : in the tropic- Perry Davis Painkiller Pryor's to make room for new the City.

I MASTKK'S: SALK. o is the best known remedy and stock. i:i Uur '+i..i'k .
Ill'" H" 1'l1r. \\.t. .
: F. Gonzalez & Co's Corn Meal kk By Virtue of decree of foreclosure ren- the most efficacious iu the treatment HI ( Drink X.i 'I'rnfti' |'.. (|, witltit 1.
of .
dead by Hon. L. J. Reeves judge of the dvsenterv.t'ltliW lwi ,
Circuit ('ourtofEeeambiaCounty Klorida.oa I \T' Mile. if Our! | lairr H...enl
J i\TM'SI\T.I the l.Uh day of June, A. 1Il"o?, la tbe ----- -- --- 1'111'e41-, H.,ti. slits at"'IUrlOI'
case of A. A, Kivner aialD9t Albert Bur- i MAGNOLIA BLUFF THUINDAl'SIGHT.
netteand Maggie Kurnette, his wife, and NrlVE I --
Jobn Uurnelte and Virginia Burnett, oniff. TRAINS AT !o. s::IIJ AN H
"' .I will on Monday, the tint day of step.I KEITH KK the I LAST TRAIN"RKITRXS AT Prop.
tember, .\. U.>> iwii sell at public auction In captain owners I9.
SOL CAHN & CO.k Lot .. nor conugneei of the Br isOreyn TICKETS; CENTS AT
; 'i tbe Nov city eUveo of 1'ensacoK., t..I'Itblrlf'en Florida and to-wit fourteen: 1 for debts ld contracted will be responsible by the 11:30.

k < (III?. l:< and 141 in block three hundred andtwenty crew.of said Tessel. DEPOT. VIRCINIA COLLECE
| !:GUI) of the New City tract cf Pen- -- -
fc I fcacola. according to map of said city pcb- W. L. WIttlcb Co.. A.IHON.Captain at alma cost fur the .'f"r MXMi .\ II":<*. lt......>.p. \'..
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS ished by Thos. ( Watson in l>".. said property -
having a front of one hundred andblxtyItWfeetonthenorth Consignees. .sijju F UtUIIUL/ next tic) days to nuke ;I 01"8' M.15 I. 'a', "h. of Ise .....1.(
- Kf hoot for .
f. 'I..una L di- .n ta. H 'U.
side of HaltoDord room >r new stock.
: .
: rncr Palafox and Intendencia Streets. |Rnc street by one hundred and iblrty-two NEll HER the captain owo rt.j O. M. Pryor. (dew.'*mpo h.lllf1lfl* 1..B sine' ptaa."r.ii4. twuu. .d ..gaPM..et.tatty _.
(IS) feet and six (If Inches on the wen side a Dor contlgnrei of the Nor { .. .
-- -- 10 \ nt' U f.
I alley a r h..ll a f a-
of lath avenue together with Improvements bark EII..serIII be re- .
178. .< .< Pensacola, Fla. 5 thereon and tbe hereditaments andappnrtrnanCee eponslble for aebu contracted I The finest line of sterling silver i I'noe.rvstorvs4lrii rop aso.IAmrrrsns.ara..f... '. t .fun it .(.Hir. sat>
thereunto belonging or In by tie crew of said venel. I goods and silver novelties is to be IO'IIU"D. .tod.nts r.... t" pt.I.s.
anvwi-e' appertaining. feeds at cist ofpurchaer. H. Joiix o*, i found at J. I. Stephens'. Pi ices to For f..I..,o.s,1.l r e..
*'.C MOSKOK8Ug4camw To or It r. Captain.aat ,.. ,
I I please all. I I MAlt F tlAIt' M P .. .'
s special Matter. (
Lesbos. b ..
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I I Hie \nrloo I'roi-einei From the ABOUT THE fTBLUES" With Long.Bladed Jack-knives Men MISS SARAH FINLEY

the I'lcliIre ('nnll-.(. )
What is known as the "Blues'is Carve Each Other. Vice.President of the Palmetto Club. Memphis T.
iuc-s and
In '
The salmon 'acLt & I
Brenhara Tex.. Aug 2.-Two negroes -:
to the seldom occasioned by actual exist .
Irougut cannery
gUl nets lire [ Daj ;
John Arnold and Wesley OF CARPH
wharf counted and tlir.-wn into Leaps.Chinamen ing external conditions, but in the !
j vis. fought duel to the death nearIndependence i iI f
[ thor
a. ,, l\EIXE ugf'y f .
are mostly eiui-loyod! for great majority of cases by a disorder. i l :
last night. Arnold is: .tif.' "I. -
sul'sc-queiit! operations. They take each ed LIVER. *. .1"A
t ., ,- ,
!1 lead and Davis will probably die. ern r --Tv. r. -
off the head tail and fins re
Cs-h. cut THIS IS A FACT The men had had a difficulty several ,, ing the reels ..{ ti: ,> nrn; nvJ.. ii.t. l .
ti't 1 1'IOtLl' entrails and tLrow the restof
the animal into a loi ig; tub. Next the which may be demonstrated weeks previously, and meeting in ; woman in the In ''l-'ruway term f a r: f

fish is washed :lIulllu'.lln a trough, by trying a course ofTutt's the road agreed to fight it out. Each without thf.rturw of an S aHW ;.11 .

where! several kr.i\es, acting aftir the was armed with a jack-knife with operationVineofl'ardal' t r Tirol .,1 i \ _r.has .

manner of a feed (cutter dice it 'ntosiHtions blades 6 inches Ions, and weie horribly : cur*! thin in the rri- *b )v< lho-n. .I'
of their h.rau'j ani it .
racy !
exactly as long as the heightof cut and slashed. Davis managed fcm.lt it- :
PillsThey Las fount a r I.I"" in the "1.. SIP, A h.I,t
Fet to stab Arnold to the heart and then .
l/ u can. TlM-so status are on hearts of American y.'om..n invn rollll"

end and split into three pieces, one came to Bienham where he gave him
I that no other medicine Las Lun. I i. In 40.1 rest x51 bl.lth m *r

II piece large: enough:; to till the can while self up. He will probably die from their gratitule over ID.fM) Am"ruan period. I have Uiun jr- .

I the others are smaller. The tragnuiitsare control and regulate the LIVER. ,, his wounds. women Lave written Ifttt-rj Clltllnll'll..1! I mcJ"11lI lot the f4.t to j \ .
then placed on tables and the Chi They bring hope and bouyancy to the
i I ing Wine cf CarduLVlne tf Car.hi : brought bulth uJ .
Thoughts namen fit them into the cans. Next the mind. They bring health and elastic MISS GALT GIVEN MEDAL I their watt ai no other mf'ohJnt' .tlillt'meets .
6.ve.bo rcoGUN'nJtJ
The S\H'tOt, pure breath of the babe ii J covers nre put on the cans and sol; Ity to the body. does It sustain the girl at tie it
Ii U ,:..'.tie ( f inline-nee and lu-altli. I '1 young ; of my (ri ( j di rod.After TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Because She Refused to Sing "Mar"I': i shock of L--r entrance to wutuanbrnfiWomen i I
A niother'i.iinin "children ii incep
>< > +k 01 it .e th< Wut! ter
being soldered the cans are put tx
, irate: f r<>1:: a 1.,\'e of the bt'auto ul, and j ing Through Georgia. I who taket'tne of Cardui have .
r it Miiiovei every \vuman to brim the I i IIr into hot water and watched order to The One Nun Illchl. |j Owensboro Ky.. Aug. 2.-Miss Laura little Jiscou.fi.'rt daring pregnancy amt shut it tt prtY'5111 bat..( .

wertrit and bt"t influence to bear ou M-C It any bubbles rise, indicating I Talbot Gait the Kentucky girl who rv little pain at chll.lhtrth.'hPn the I If v ' .
Copernicus; was at die time alone In |
Ir tltc subjt-i t ( f her tnoitcruit)". II Il'aklThool: which endure this test his | fused to sing "Marching Through Oeur- chance: of lifa appears they enter a'' W'.iknWIM vt i .u ..
belief that the
l To nlit xe rmn an.} make easy that successfully are placed in an iron tank ( planetsrevolvvl j gia." was presented with Lap py, healthy ol ace.: Kwry: month it ur".u n<:vl.
a gold meji i
f>t'fl..l when lift is born again, I and l .ll'dln! salt water. Salt water l Is'' round! the sun. Galilei was / comes to the r-M'iie to &ni t"1. rim t sic ,
1 right when 1 he art l that the al by the Georgia: Society of Mont )IgomelY Mt I
fresh because it moon >< 1I..fl "I"
us-i'd Iu to .
Mother's Friend I throwing the inipuritiej from the b. K'. i
. revolves round Ala., at the confederate re i /
the earth and so was (if i' u trt.i t
can l loe raised to a higher! temperature.After .
Miss Sarah Finl'-jr. of Mer'. I
is J.'pul.lryl! '! It is a liniment easily ': boiling fur h"iir and Columbus vv lien he asserted the POSMbility union here. ;Miss Galt accepted the pn ICIrro f Irt'r! II to I A
a.lmll1't. r.l '. an a quarter Tenn.. Tice-jri>5ii-nt! If the! I'u! :.H'o t. .'i4 ". f n t. !
f f- r ( {krn,1 use onit.Fr of sailing round the world. nut medal saying that she had nut : $i\- "
each can Is \eutttl. This means that Club cf that cit\ siAs\ f jf brrVf: at..1 b ,. A .
.' i.:.t't :. -.Louliltrt-thistinu-ily! thought ot'SII'h honor : v r,
: in all these eases it is possible that others : an when she refused
it In ..vj i.ml I.: : \. a lft nltlllh rdiirini; i n hole is puncid in its: top to permit: many friei.-ls a L''n i1 I e 1. r ell. : i ib I. l I '
unknown to fame, may have to bins; the song that represent'Sherman's
the air td Then the.In.l. .
r 1).11',1, .tr.I'q tl .11101 I.tnt:1 i it; ition. expanded escape. I
fl'iiher rrifiiui it u-eil tla'I.hnt'ge : .. is ldercd up, and the conking: is bharcd their beliefs. "Lly! claim for greatness j A IK

--t .'t... n. v i'.l: 1 s...1l11 l'e! i.n'. ->t-.. there!.\ titu.shed by further oiiig! in salt water There are two instances in which! one I The medal is very pretty, and has WINEofCARDVI ; \.I';

1'1' "' nun : r I ;:t.1 I ..:: 1 s Irc lIii':1; : for an hour and a half. If they man was ul'solutely right and, so far as the coat of arcs, of Georsia. It'a: .

11I'- I.." >.! ..:::inv){ \\lh the hnr'-I xJ were not "vi'iitiil." this econd cooking we ktiovv all the rest of niuuUiiulwron presented by CattanV.! T. IC11U

rrL.c, iMti.iiie r>ur>]>!e amt tl....tic from its I! would burst the Finally each :,'. One was that of Newton, the
(:1110; c anis
.. 'I51:1i
1 CI 1)11\1\111.1 ,i." .. -
1 discoverer of of universal I
tested it the head the'pl'iidpia Need Net Cause Alarm.
. by tapping on
: fibrt :;. the loniinil! rojrioa will!Ire.M'nd
; r.n'ily: to the cxpui'lin, covet i I with a big i.ail. If l.-aky it will usual 1 1ly John gravitation, and the other was that of Londnu 2.-At a IU"lin II' THE NEW GROCERY STORE

CUll linin,; tilt: nn"'r-.oif nother',.Fri nJ I give back a "tinny" sound. i Harvey who was absolutely the Anglo-American Telegraph c'om" I

i' ap'tit.1 i\tin: .:'ly: daung pre n inrv. alone ill Lis conviction that the blooddrcul.ites ny yefcttnlay the chairman. Franu.Revan. .- .\ - -- -

Of ui!! TIll i1! :.einu..: ;>ts ZI i In per l itt'.o.Vrite : .\ r'ularc l>) Pit-mural. through the veins and al'tl"l said nothing had occurred M
\ for : : e :" < n .. I'ot hcrhooJ." ries of livlna animals. In this in WILL
J "I have Iwjught n hut which! 1 am tll1l'1 far as hi- Knew to alter the opmmi, MOVER
,. THE BRAOrlElQ REGL'LAIOR CO.. ATLANTA. GA.Jaiiiiii so universal was the disbelief :
transforming! into a palace, said a wo of the directors Dial although unless '
fl'lloel.cto's uicUmitued him "thequack. |
man. "You see, I had acquired a mania ," or "circulator," and the word telegraphy will carry a certa'n! Keeps a Complete First-Class, Up-to-Data k\

for buying the insides of line old !: das of telegrams such ,
those 11
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Miinnlnin, I IAll II survives to this day as the name of one of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries
I homes about to he torn down, and I tween ships or between ships and rhoO
tlii j
iii"iiiit.iiiis of J.ip-m tire of i who makes a profession of medical!

KUiiiil-i whenIlon.li, tla main i.- : that it wll\1lll'taml, besides Hitting a 1 why it would compete in the ( Ia>.. II>
J.IIJtI'I good di-al iu storage. Yet I Left on lll.M'IIOM: ,. ;i.T
is l roadt,>t. Almut twenty (' ': '': JII.tire rt'Hlfr limn ( linrlly. messages!: sent by cable comiiann-"

Will artive throughout! the i'laids: but : l-ujir.g. One day! I came across: a will The one divine vvurk the oi.o ordered During a conversation the other rat:

F'IJIl1I IH.lllu l ::- i<> the min-Ii greater built but plainly turnishtd house on sacrifice i* to - ICE AND WijOD.
Staten Island which 1 could for
uuinlHT whit li are now lhacttye.! Its i iIsiNt buy a 1I"t'l' are ever iucIiLcd to do. Anything van: "I have {;!>fn ('aI'Efull'oni.I'-1
small At 1 had of
t>ni|>titiM nfriirml in 1707, contuiulus j price. once visions ; rather than that. As much: ation to this subject and I do not I-
iiionth.ii I that house as it would l',"k transformed cLuiI'I' WE EXPECT TO SI I'1'I.1 A Ml lit I .trF K i ,
a niniith. As far away j ty as you choose, but i.o justice lieve the shareholders of your company
tine old carted woods
" ,.. as Tokyo, sixty miles! iiorthea-t. the! marbles by tilts tnj aid mirrors. I'' you will say', "charity is greater than { need be alarmed! at the prosp.- THIS" MMEU 1'11.E'E: I II I. l.r
,>h<-s (..11 tn :i dt-pih of seven or eight! i justice.: Ves it is greater; it is the I II'muhJit of wireless telegraphy."

!nchev. nlulf on the ToLa!, twelve ; did it up to such a degree of attractiveness of justice: it Is: the tempie! of SEND US YOUR ORDERS "
that I j'jst h.d to purchase it The I .. .
or tiflM-it uiili-s 4 lilt lit ut. the ami-i xx Inch justice' is the fllIllM.ttilln. nut DOR'S rn'tl" Not Such a happy One. I

mutation was six f".:t. At this time results are justifying; lilY exi>ectatioiis.Kery you can't Lave the top without the lot- j IIiins-They talk of leading a do;;':) Thompson Olson cV
I. one who u.ters gi\es an exclamation : C 'J.
was fonnfl lIo-YI'I.lu. St'\'UII.Iary tow; you moot l uM; upon charity life as though; anything could be more ,
i of and admiration and
.>r |Ilara"itk. cone on the southeast i iI i ihl You must luikl null justice for this pleasant! A dog: dues not Late to work :
I I'm rot through yet 1 he interior tiniih Manrcaa Street rd" hJIlt'
,. lOla'. main reason that you have rut iit first j for a living, and he dues not have to ,
of h<.>u No "(tier! uioiintains in Japan teach : my charity to Mild with It is the List rexvurd I dress nnJ undress every day. I -
thousands of dollars and from nil
wihin :t.11I11I fwt uf the elevation of I : came of good work rio, justice to jour I i iLiothcr Wins-True! ; !but think: of the I ESTABLISHEDMcEENZIE Ih8i.
of the I it for almost
Fuji anti It is turn-fore iu prominent J parts got : you can do that \\ht-tUT you ; wretched plays that are tried upon t1.11lOnostc'l

view fmin m immense area including j jiltlrtwt tint!hiue: -New York 1'iess. lore him or I.otl ami you will:J eouie to Transcript

pl"l\ inter nf the einj'Te.! LVrtain i' !love him. I It is ill \ 'Q. tine; to think -'--- OERTING & CO .

a\<'inn'-j in Tokyo calioJ Ili-liiintr a Min to suliiile. Lull! 1
are 1'uji1ml i you cat uin.i charity to bfgin ;1-- IlKLKHS I" -
or I'nji > ;i-\v'uii htrtrts. and fruit!" '' It is reni.irkal'Ii how a suicide Ly a with Lut yo'i will thud all you have to ( f/f 0

all of theta the famous peak Is a glorloiwsiMjtai certain method or In a certain place: : l -gin with -giis at home and is tsbeulially l and
will li-ad ai.other of the kind. This signature ii on every box of the genuine Ship Chandlery General flardmar
!. All winter l"n;: the sum- same love it )our& .-lu=UIa. .

wit uf l"uji.lulI is 1II1I11'I.rl.lllhal.ll'. and I i A surgeon of the Middlesex hospital, -'. Laxative 6romo-Quinine Tablets J
I! 003 AND cots H. I'.il..1FO1 MT1K:..T
he reLoJ".lYlh&L cure cold In one day.I ,
from NuiomUr to July MI'.S reign''! in London went into a tarter shop to "I had diabetes in its wort form," ,
. tin- l.ishaded.. The Imrber juke (>f a iuan i AGENOV
miUirennIn hitter tsioiitli, how-I
j write, : Marion Lee of Dunreath, Know One nre KemedyIran
hen who had been uiisuecessful in an attempt REVERE COPPER CO'UIASJUltS A. kOKHMNCt M it\; I'I
ever w th' trails ij tile mountain Ind. "I tried fihtphyieiaii withOut obstiiiate c..J. Jetaroti. D" n-LJ.ats
slopi-4 ur- laid i hare the ascent ln'- to kill: himself bj cutting: his relief. Only'tliree bottler of Foley's GALVANIZED WIRE HUI'IA.. Hl.JoI.AI'iS, 8 PI V: 1 1EIITII -_

f'oml'! ft'a>lbli-aij.l remains RHthroughout j throat Kidney Cure made me a well': There's Cerdiei 'Filili. Oils Iistieil Isslriaiits, sluts lukri liirrxMP
lots of be made ,
mm.V.. A. D'Alembene 121 S. money to ;
: :
the Miiiuniir and tally autumn I "He could easily 1! Laic managed it, ,
1'ulufox. in real estate-lots of it. A real estate ] *''4FS.1.1)OM: no
sail the surgeon, "had he been :ieijuainted -
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I of the sign N usually a flner-board to I C McKenzie Oertin; ('.)lIel.tl'.c A :,twit! f'ir Kir Illb111
with the situation .
IlirriU N. MlknJ.
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I wealth. Thos. C. Watson & elation.:
\rr. W. S. CillM-rt was no doubt irlnuirily ('ilI'llhlI'I'r)'. Co., the leading Heal! Estate; firm !

rcMi .ii"itil.' for the liiliefhidi: ""1I1're should! he have cut:'" asked have some otters which it wouldbe

In every when proalt-nt that the em- !: the barber. The surgeon told him. Heat BEST FOR THE. worth your while! consider. Go

pens of Japan is always <-allc
mikado by lis: ini'i'li-. .\>k nine then I ; as soon as> was expected the surgiiitt ROWELSIf till to-morrow. ,

tut of ten what is: the ottieial title of went to h-ok for him and discovered

ilie rul..r..f the !islands of the ihrysauthemuut i him In the yard with his head v o ouiven't a rrcular.. -tt'tty ne ri-mnt of that Biggest Busiest Best !
and they will think nearly severed from his lo.otl).. ,s 'y ) li T I. keep y. ul ,
: .
t> r >li t 1. tl I t\ |ecif VIjI DISEASES
made fun of. "II" IJ c.H .. _" ."". II I .I. Ootbr
they are trim;; A sure : *, a. -t l' "< .ay ,< LrtimK U.e Lo..lfcl
thorn that tho! 1IIII'.ti.| )n is asked iu all '1 lie Kmrrtitil In IlAtury, a.aM clean Id ti '.. .e An Kx'iiini:

OHT srii.iiiMirvi nud they will g-h e j The Israelites respected the e..ierali) CANDY ere UM moet fatal of ill! dii- V: << :: ( all onYour

that "f the t:tIe of )Ir. tiUn: 'rt's: im- I as n stone of ecclesiastical harmonies. CATHARTIC ...- '). !'t ;
uu.> Si 11 I'rl .
( t"
fa'riil! "I"| r;,. For all this: the nines I and we all know the passage in the \ t t' f'"Y 0J. r

men out t i.n: would l tu' mortar;. Ilesmajesty revelation of "a rainbow round al>out III ..'If"t.'" ; ,- i MI i h ,..| will h> w.

i> known as: "tetiit'i ln-i-ka.: i i the throne in sight like uMo un emerald 1OLoisfiltI Ebb .l "v .
\ 1 if
i } 'Jllat..Yf' ,
and how the fourth foundation!
which UK inshs :imperial majesty I i .' '
1 )
Thus tli-' (-"j.l.! of J.ti>iiii ml'lrao thrir j juv.reicc I| of the WUIlI'l'lIlItllh" liravi-nh J"I'U'II. ;qi. IM -.-. l ihtl your li :" i, ,i

..... h :!i do the subjects j I h-m was an emerald. In Ezekiel: it b ty i or monif rdundtd. eortaro "It'\ d l' A a 'H6rr+ f ri' ii

fl f tin iiii!". rifi-x kaiser. Mikado ued|:, said, "\Il'yrI.t was thy merchant b.v rea- remedies recognized by emJ- &0fe: >,, A- ;.at. .' ttltr-.II.JI1'

lot on.in'!' iLr, he title, fur it is the i iJJest I sou: of !multitude! of the wares "t EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY '

1.i 11 I "i ii'nss! III use. It has i{ th)' making; they occupied iu thj. fairs 11, a',m' PL.'I' i. t' ,unt.T. .ref I. PoOoodftr cent physicians u the best for :J'n /l J. r -tJl.( t- bv. ihf \utIIIt." > '
,n-ti V'. (,ri li and M rents ; /j. .,.. .
| W.- > j int. |I.
U"\\ f\fi. t ill ii I nun alx'yaure for sew ,: with emeralds, purple! and truiderett'o'k Cut l z \. ri' tar err >"n. sot bi.jklf t >n 10Aty and Bladder troubles! '*'; '# ; ,
::" .\ : .r. a 'd, Ii."r>. I with!
'. and tine linen and corai mid beauty w
vral gi'ii-1. !"!.s. STIKLIMi Ilt UVr fllSPi>T. 111111(1)or 5HT TUIlk. 'V fi\ ,
.xCi acs wi JUt\ -J.Io..Ijt. .
-- '! agate," and the high priest were anj ,. I E i < li irnuij calf l ,t. i
ritfad.t"nr.. t i emerald ring: on the tir!>linger. of his \...:;,:; -- ..,. ,/ .a .. "t tl 1,1< "'t..r I..ulliin

The pt.'ih.i t.un: grindstones in the I] right hand all the same aa did (In' :. -

t.utttl! :t.iti s IN almost entirely from Mexican itmtilf serving in the tetupli

Ohio and Mirhiuan. The I'rilll'ilal.J'rhilistullo' of Yotan with whom and hi* Israel- Notice i' hereby given that th" >.:.
district Ohio itish brother joints of re lfl.000 fM. intend to apply to tbi Moriorttilc L
in << I is IlIdu.t.'t1In Wl'lf.trange .
Awarded at Farts .1 Kf-vcs. Juu;e of the Circuit- in t:,-
Lorain. <<'11\ a 1'0':11 and :,uuiniit tounluH semblance.One! :aral a County Florida at ten (clock A TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST
"I. M august 1 11th. Hat the court hour iuPen'aoola. ;
with ', -liiiil the
< as a ernUr.
Florida, for a C'urter for M I,c
largest :.;rriistuiie! quarries and manu- ." ii!<.l'.. Jukm.hen Cotton i+r..lllt'n's Benevolent Awoeta-I; WALKER INGRAHAM Manager

faeturini; I'! :'iits t U'in-; within! ttventy- \\ a play written by a mau who tion Number Two of IVn-acola, Florida. -
i4iiWINE (.blch"\11 be an Association for cbartt&l '
tin wilt ..f no., "!:IU.l The IIIIII'I'II'S had roused Oswald's auser by readinga ( and benevolent purposes; chi.-: v to provide i! TIME TABLE.

i li iithi-n: < >h.o; are aloii;; the Ohio new :-1'1'r at a wedding; of one of his i for cacti ntlier WflLirtarl Inure,t, ,
and afford mitt to its iiKuibTwhen! sick --
river W'-st I Marietta and inland friends was produced he prevented its or In dltrt"abl) for nritunl at J and protectiOn

northwest of that! rity. .\ few quarries success: by inducing L'50;: of his friends CORDIAL in the prosecution o( our oHlliu<{ a, LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROADIN
Cotton hcre oo..nl11 loading anddi.chsrging ttH.n I'M ) Ml.f K. I" :
Hichtst recommendations for cure of Poorness ,
to attend it carr'iu great books. These
in \\ ; .
ore estuvutia; across ricer '
cf Eoid.! Siomich troubles end General Oe- ellrlOt's.: --- --- -
from Start.'tit. 'I'lie Mivln.in iiiarrie.tare } 'UI1''; 11Jl'11. who occupied prominent h :>'} Increases the irpente. strengthens I1n.t.rm.t..d Johnson Aaron Pre New OrleauH" and Mobiln.
seats read their bwks while the ri'e nerves end butIJs up the court >>iicm. athra'LackMandttlir. K. H.Kriley, 'II-I -. _
< 'i the shop-s of Lake Huron about performance Ham Howard. Stephen Burnt-tte.. 'llli. I ;:
I1ln..t). miles north of Port Huron, rtrln.I..I..lIl'l'it was going; on, and whenever 82 rap Krouut I1.des. EIIJobn.on.I'", L. Alkent. loin TBV- | "0.8. )' o. I. No 2. ,
PARIS lor, V. It. C %tub.lnUro. ('. R. Holmes. Wil- j 713 e UI m U.'rt p I..all' 1'nssrnta A HIli. ..
) In Notith ItJl..ot:1l1re: there was any applause each one of Ham Tboina, Oeo. Latlmore, SimmonTbaernot i "::iol a 'I I %:.'1 II J.". a I..... Ftl,n.auu, I...'. .
ItN-ated tin quarries of the IM: emout them, as if moved by clockwork, turned F. FouKcra A Co. ail; citizrn of and re'ldt-r.t- Il.'!> a 4:r p :.:.5. Iran M'.i, .. I>.T. ; .
; Anent? \.1. l'enaSHERIFF'S \\ { .. .1 I .tp _7... a t. .v+ !Ii.. '' ,-a- 1a a.. I
Stone l'UII1I'Un| )'. over a leaf. The rustling! ; of the leaves -- _
and the of the absorbed I T North.
spectacle men
SALE.Ky .. _. _
Cbratii.it the Iliiflor.Irs. in reading made the performance al'Offilll'Ie
I virtue of an execution i--u-d out of No. i. No. t I .....
Trott,'r-I hear that Mrs. I'.arlow's failure.A The Beer tiH! Circuit Court of t.'cIIIIII'la County. liSaip m IJ.ISp! m Leo.t. l'-a."I. Arrtn II r I"i:

three children bate the nlea:,los. Mnrula, aueretnA M.1cMdiaanplalntitf elSa m *: j'p m AcrleMubtl"m.rV I....,. h. M
Sirs Honimllc Comenlrnco.Carson and Tony oibbs Is defendant, I Ui\v lrvn-d i1(5am can' pm ArT!" "Imlliebam Lea1a I, .. 14
1'aster-Fes: to I understaml. upon and will ....\1. In front of the CourtHouse 7n5pm \.1" a In Arnll. II.'UII"e 1_.... I
They're s-u I",** they ha\eto econoiuizea -Have you hot water in youi That Made door iu tile City cf Peniacola. in "ticl 2:811.. m .Ua m Arn- !, c ,, the! doctor all Louse? county and state, on Monday, tbe first 'layof 7:9a! in U:.... am Arri%. iurinnali lea,. .
by getting ill at once. beplembtr., during tbe iegal hour of 75'am 1 :.i pm \ ". H> I."."'it I....'. '.1" "
; -- lit Long, -Yes; my wife's mother lives sale, to the bU'hc bidder for cab. the ul- ---

'k. FOLEVS KIDNEY CURE. '!I with us. D&NNHDI& I SDR AMijU r& D S loviingdescribfil Twenty n i acres property of land,in to-the a It.southeast !, PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.

corner of a certain parr 1 of land described i No. Zl-Daily No. t-I'aily Vulop "hr.1m" not .b-,,, II "' 1- .. J
Will cure KrUht's DiseJse.i in a deed made by C. C, Tonne, Sr., and wife -- --.-.. --. -- ---
Will cure Diabetes. A PHYSICIAN HEALED.Dr. to \% in. PI.nu. on Tib day o! January, 1--7, IIIMpm T: ) .m Leavy. ..D.aeot. AmuMuUl .. I.. w
t Will Stone in Hladder as follows; Commencing at a point foar I 12:15: nIght T u t'M>h.inia : a
cure Oeo.
Ewing, a practicing physician .. ..
-18VICTORIA- li I chains south C.r M. W. corner ollilbboDS'lot. UI: ) 7 14 \ DI."a i iM M
Will cure Kidti v and Bladder north S 1 Ij'JS It .. I.. ..
of Smith's Grove Ky., for thence five ( > decrees west by : 7II lseambte I 1'1.
Ii-eases.-W..1. D'Alemberte 121: .. compass (cur < t) chains to Gibbons' southwest 12 IJ.\ 7 a to .". .. .. ... III..
S. Palsies over thirty year, write his personal i I corner thence tame btarlnj ten tot 12*+ It 7 :'! .. Harp WllS.li
. with chains toGlbbons'northwest corner, tbence 12.501" 7 ,U ". ? ......_bs.1Ctty .. It
-- -- experience Foley's KidneyCure three-quarters ol chaIn ..
to Pickney's 12:M r4"! M11145 ..
Seasonable householdand : "For years I had been great- MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. outh"est corner, thence same course ten 1::tol II m '. .. -. .. Uood blae" .,_. ..
(do! chains to Pickney' northwest corner I.M" B 5" .. __ M lu .. '
bothered with and bladder
kitchen i ly kidney BKSt 10-CEXT BOTTLE BEER thence tame course to a point thirtyfiveand 2: 1" S.) .. .. .._.? MUll... ..... .. g jg ..
utensils at the trouble and enlarged prostrate tllree.lourtb. (=$5$011; chains! from starting 2:301" b.as ...... Cr.ttf .. .
; Willis Hardware Co.'s. gland. I used everything known to; IS TOWS.DANNHEISSER. rein', thence south sib west; twenty- 1:1)1" M" .". ....DI.r Land ._.. :I?
I eight and sixty-three one-handredths 1:13": 11:111 co Mo..y Head s i .
the profession without relief until I *
: CAM chains to a stake thence south S' 4 u.J" I.xt It .D.PaalakPlOria1L. ..
, celebrated commenced to use Foley's Kidney BROS. east thirty-five and three-toarths <*58-4i, 4.H iU ,..... Afyl .:., .. J.HI'.tt... ..
Try one of our Cure. After taking three bottles I AGENTS FOR THE chains to a stake thence north s5S: ea.t ':H I .:67' font. a. L.oa tore
: CELEBRATED twenty-eight and sixty-three one-hundredths 6:00" 11):10' .. .. .
t. II. JS. Felt Mattresses. was entirely relieved and cured. I .11111I. _.. "
i C:0, d:!) cbami to
point of beginning; 6\H": I) II'J. ..._ Car'"lIlo._ "
1 prescribe it now daily in my prac- I L f Harper fliiiey. all of said land lying and being In the Uo 5 1' .. T.M
:. They never pack or grow ; ;$) ..... __. JODIf.y. ._ ...a
tice and heartily recommend its use mlnguez Grant township two ti) south :SIw Il7ll.T! '-IIIPI., ':
than hair Main Hoase-4018. Palafox range tblrty >&j> wett. II. M Cottoos.I. .. J'
i lumpy. Better a to all physicians for loch troubles. Ii street Maid property being leviedoa as the prop- 1'10" Itt: .. II I ale

II mattress at half the price. i have prescribed it in hundred of: R. R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot erty of the said Tony Gibbs.GEOBQC. rsolit! Il.tS: ..KarlaGDa._ l'7prn' ,", 'i 14 a v r r

{ cases with perfect success" W A. P. 0. Box 21.! Pensacola, Fla. E. SMITH, T:..) ." 11:21 to _._braed RI le"_ .. I IAtil
J Jdarston $ (ulna. l D'Alemberte,121 E. Palafox. I Phone 116-2e8. Sljyoawiw Sheriff of Etc&mbta County, lortda UJCI neon h ._, "u..11 .. ..
, oM UU" Alrl"Rlnr tutloa.l.ilf/: .w
,; -

r.. .. --.. ; > '-';". -:- :-. ,. '_. c\. ..oj. - .-.... -.--..... -y... s- ..........

--'- ",,-.. -> -_,,. -t1.J "- ,".,,. K ,.4>,- ,,-, '!. r ; '" ._"""-. :-::' --:;' '.: .;" :?,:;,. ...-:.,, ...;; -;:,;;" ,,,,,,;:,,, =,;"_ ';__';:" _'.__.., .,.. _. '_- .'. __. ___ _- -. -. _



grandpa Who Bent down ana took film
A DAUGHTER'S GIFT In his arms.I .

Cures All Kinds of never saw pa so overcome In my

I life. He hugged the boy so tight thatI

Kidney and Bladder Troubles [Original.] thought he would crush him. Then

You know pa wouldn't consent toDel's Del came from the pantry and put her

marriage with Jim, wouldn't allow arms around them both. Del was

iliit-y and liladiler Trouble, Rheumatism. the wedding at the house or allow laughing and crying and pa was try- I|[

:: .1! kinds of diseases produced by au Ing to keep from doing both. Then he 1 1 r
either Del or Jim to come here after
.-.* f uric and put little Jim down, and without noticing r
ward. This was because Jim had been that his clothes were covered

wild and hadn't settled do\ n. It was with the white powder that had made for Infants and Children.

HarrisLithia hard on us all, for Del was my only the boy's tights look like marble hetoldl'd
Catoria k a Iianiilr-s 'ollh..tiAlltt' tor ( a..tur n.. Pan-
child, she had always been her flUwr'sPf't Del in his arms.
j oriiDrnpi and Southing: >> rllI'. It l i. IMiM .uit. It
and his treatment almost broke Jim-big Jim. I mean-seeing througha ecitnin<* neither Oiiiin. )! ir|'hiiu' m r other .N.in-,,tliJsul

Water nor heart crack In the pantry door that the >tnoo. It de..tro} ..1 Worm. and all.i>" rr, ,'ri..III"',*.

The years went by and pa: insteadof plan had been a success, came Into the It t-tut" Hiarrh.:111 \\iinl ("lie' It relies.! .> 'IVlli.

room and pa put out his hand. lug TronbU-s; and Curry Con,thint iou. It reInl.tte<. tlm

'. 'immonded by the best physicians allr softening appeared to harden, That was the happiest breakfast par Stitin.uh and Ito\VfN, ,h ill:: healthy and n.iliir.il lci-i.

fire United States. For sale everya though Jim made lId a splendid husband ty any of us ever sat down to. I had The CliUilri'itS: ".man.it-TIU' ll1l1U'r. 1'rU-nd.
and rich. had
grew one
a -Chipped anywhere. child a lay the prettiest little chap i taken though pains I didn't to have believe a nice Dc-l's breakfast presentto The Kind You Have Always BonghBears

:you ever saw. One day an artist saw
Nothing Can Compare him in his bath and was so struck with her father would break through his the Signature of
crustiness, but hoped that it would
his! slender little form that he asked
Lama CARBONATED WATER for table t1?e. HARRI* LI-IHIA and we would all take our Sunday
.\. i H the finest of all ales. leave to copy him into a picture he was morning meal together. After the
painting. The picture was a success
breakfast we sat in the library and
for Free BooKlets Full and brought the artist fine
\Vritc testimonials of cures analyses I a reputation talked while pa and Jim smoke
I' -W to your physician all on account everybody said of "
"Ma, said pa to me, "didn't you say
the little figure in the corner. #

Harris Lithia Springs Co., Harris Springs, S C. One day I)ol said to me, "Ma, I'm something for a drive: about? I reckon a family we'll party have going out In Use For Over 30 Years.

....j going to send pa a present." the horses." .... rrw.1u. ........ .. rUrrlr ..a.f.e.0.. r .. .
I'm afraid: { dear bell! send it & ..kii Ii
*-..,4M ... il -my-- *- Pa and Jim went out to the stable -- --- -- =->- -- -- -
.11: TKLEI'IIONB right back to >'on." while Del and I got up a lunch. Then l

"Maybe he will and maybe lie won't. we started for the country. There [ .I Every Woman

M. W. MARSHALL, PmsacolJi.: Fb.ililln Anyway I'moill to try it. I'm going was room for Jim and Del on the bac' ; \

to put it In the dining room so thatIII.'I seat, while pa had little Jim with bin! wm HOP r rJIU ftU GO. 111R1i( ,

See it when he comes down the in front Jimmle hadu't ever ridden I r \ Nh,1tnylaweyv
\\ :: I've.. i May Pension Aged Employes first thing; in the morning. He's always behind horses before and was wild < "' .
'.'._tii'i: -.I.IS mir- ; Pan Fianrl(0. Cal.. .Sug 2. ,. .
t\ar'I'I -A'tlnJ in a bitter humor then than at with delight, talking to his grandpaand ortH' and Ihalt'rln- '-'l -
t' -. llci'ix on Instructions issiie.l) by President any other time of day. l >on't you remember begging him to let him drive till l I ba..c..wla'. a'a \.. { ____' .,'--:--
I'."' tiKirri.ige I' ci're- liar: illlan. the heads of Chinese and I". .t. ,
rteiiartments how he u" il to toss me in the consented. Japanese of'
;: Mlllt II.- l.
pa i \
tint wife had ., ., .. .
s "
of the
Southern d I.
Pacific company have air every morning fa-fore breakfast'; Who got up the statue? Why the I.. .. ..1 ..ti,. t .. 7
i LUP year to, be and herr begun taking a ci-cstis/ of the employes "How arc you going to send it';" artist who used little; Jim for a model. Fancy Goods, >' ., ,a M. -v. ?...*.. MttttMlfi.. "f
ue 65 years of age and ovpr. It is "Jim and I lire going to get: up early After the reputation and money te TINE CHINA TEAS :
ru .Europe. r..JnneTtmr.IIII ;s. '<".
thought that this is the forerunnerof and take it round You are to It.t1. made out of his picture he couldn't do
fee 31 South Palafox St.
.' : triage some sort of pension system, although in. Well place it right where pa will! enough for Jim und Del and exercised .
i .t1 I -' M 1 returned Laundry Otlice. 1'eus.ic .1.', Fl. : ....
.. Mr. Harriman has not announced see it the first thing when lie conies nil his skill on the boy's makeup and !
i i
through a his: plans. It is found that into the breakfast room." in posing him. IA. MITCHCL. I hate b*,.."' -,"!" nrtJ tn t..'"

.1 I i' .!I..' !another' again while there are no engineers or conductors I didn'tlievo\ it would do any good, f i 1 fi J1MiJth! : -lIh.crirltnD" <, *\ m. J..l1ldhiC-
63 of hat I told Del would help her in anyway l '
years age quite a number "Tti ( "h looker
her mid GOLD D[ Ir'all'a paper
I .1 ; (' i I' -
of the men In the shops and in I could, so it was nil! arrangedthat ----- --STS-. Tlrs'tiny('ap-Idesrc: r' r'" 1, It.t
t rend fee.<< r1\ e price is ll.OU i I.r ) "tr it!
i, -aW, "Col- other depaitments are on the list. they should ring their gift then "Let the GOLD DUST twins i do )our wcrL"WY to 11lum g ?f t'.f van ,'. I'---' drdlrtt.t 1e ital'.r
At Sunday morning. On that day
.I>4 v'rwun'. .. ''' I I Wishes to Please Washington.Rome we breakfast at 'J o'clock and pa does\ tads jaj.a.@il ) can !luv; it -I > t 1.. thi-ii. l.\' .rndlat
::J" .. I Tier 'Ilf'f-'iu 48 L.'
not have to go downtown to biiMiuWhen *-*. .. U.UOtu Ut! uhurr.l if'iid
1,1 ual"u.. Aug. 2.The delay in appointing pn'e I. ,.. "tll..1 "II) 'n ", I H M. KH .

til) maintains a an apostolic delegate to Manila is Sunday came, the sun was shi'i- >, L.... 1a& !lit, 'I I f)1ItCr.ISU ('.11" I).tiiv Nw..
tug bright and. beautiful, the birds wre 1
i.i" 'll1lrS liack. due to the desire of the Vatican to
singing in the ;and, and t hl'l''a>. a
.' ,it !I o'clock the please the Washington authorities by
't I
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delicious freshness in the air. I was
1 r.il: III official cosre sending to the Philippines an American I THE GARDEN SECTIONo
thankful thinking that if anything I
the and the Vatican i is now
mayor's prelate!
.- -ic w--- =. I ('OlIhll'ut pa In a good humor it wouldbe
I. soU-inn iioti'S on awaiting letters from the United this beautiful morning. A little before I o -

'1.lD" Instrument States The prelate.ho.. it is 0 Jim and H"el drove up to the .

:. badges and with thought likely will ar-ept. is thoroughly side gate, which was hidden from the IFensacola &l orida

", ..Idblcomlmiei adapted to the position. Should the house by trees, though that wasn't

Thereafter he plan fall through, the most probable. IlI'c"a1'for pa was shut.. ujj in his. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus

I "uss and givesurope candidate is Mgr. Guido.! now in the shaving rOtllll.* 'where-he couldn't! -'t see Snow white; clothes are the ,e5ut of usire

office of Cardinal Harnpolla, the papal an\tiling, and Jim carried an oblong Beautiful Lots for Sale.

secretary ofstate.Struck box about three feet in length up to GOLD DUSTh
'r"' von alt.
'I the side entrance. I let them In. and I

:: aretrntandy by Engine and Killed. they went to the dining room while 1 makes light; the labors of w st'nr. Turns wash 40x137 feet at from :$75:; to $200 each, accord

\ Charlotte X. C.. Aug.A passenger went upstairs to Keep an eye on pa. | day into play day Far better than Soao ar.a more ing to location and surroundings.
ind the
: train on the 8'aboard11' Line economical
He had finished! shaving and was sitting I

'1. In struck and instantly killed Richard ; by the front window lixiking out 1. Made only ty THE N K. FAR3ANK! CCKPANY.Chicaco Exceptionally Good JVeigliborhwit, ISeautiful i PM w.
''i New York, Bostoi St Low.s.
paraud hutl>. a wt4I known citizen of Monroe but instead of being happy the bright
Makers! ol OVAL FAIRY: SOAP. High, lry Fertile Lntnis.
' there at a point about 2 mile west o! morning seemed to make him all the

that town late last night The vie inure inelauchnly.Vliat "" ""' '' ,, '..
rod '' investment
tim of the accident left! honu' soht "\ a pleasant day," I said "(tlr i The grandest opportunity for over
ly after supper. presumably to visit a family party to go for a drive in the ; offered in Pensacola.

e I'I 1 ." ,1 1 friends living about I miles from Mon country!" If You Have

roe. It is supposed that he sat downon "Tliere'-j no family party evi-pt you ; Dome Seekers Should See Tfti-se L<>tv.

..: the croliH t"s to rest and fell and [UI'." he s.iid. I I I
I '
1" asleep. __ ______ I Knew that he was piniint for i j RheumatismURICSOL JL Clubbs
Del but I didn't say anything! more
tu'Isld- A Hint "n 'pnnkina.Father
l. fur fear of making him uglj.: I sawby '
(to the t-even-ycar-old! son beside -
: lllll.Tube.- the clock that It was the minutes I Corner Garden and .Hcaniz Streets.fC .
him In the dog; cart cutting: the
1 .. tu :1. and I went to the baniMei! and the great tested ted
whip fcharply through the airi-See. endorsed California
1 'Hi have coughed to give Jim! and Del warning, Kimedy will cure I
Tommy, how 1 make the horse go faster '
1 :leethearand then told j>a that breakfast \\'a" readyHe "ou. It also cures Liver Kidney and BKENT. WM: K.NUWl: w" lI\tK IK i.. H.rFirst
without striking him at all. lliad.kr d.seasts, caunYl by an eicv-s of .. .
I iy ( with I'reeidtnt vIr l'r..dd.1 I a.1 'r t I a1'rr
gut up a sigh; and we went uric aci.I. It never fails: and builds up
>< unleHi ''', Tummy (in an eager tone of happy downstairs together. the health and Mrergth vbtle 111.ng It.
Of taken out isl.'O\'I'rYI-l'aIJl., why don't you Stank Seii.lttamp for hook of wonderful cer-
\Ve Kith stood mute I looking at what titicntes Price fl bottle. For pale
!I'rtto its normal us children that w/y'I- cW''ork
will h. we saw-in the bay window the end by drimn ts. If your druggist can not National Bank
destroyed World. supply you it will be sent prepaid' upon
out of tn are of the dining; twin. The marble bust receipt of price. Address ,

which nothing i trlt1i,-Ii Lobster Ciillnre. that always 1'1\11\11 the pedestal hlll1"'I'u

I condition of the Tor tunnyeirs.. doth in Iu'ol'an,1 removed IIwIl1l its "..t..ad'a= the Uricsol! Chemical Co. Los Angeles.Cal

-. this country, tin- .n-tiiieial propagation: statue of a little boy about rive years: or the 01' PENSACOLA. TLA.

filII' JIlllll.rPIIII"llar" of lobsters has presented an uiMhcdproblem. -- -- -- -- .- -- ._-
old. It was of white marble-that !Kso Lamar & lnkln Drug Co., Atlanta, 63.
1 It. ..fIlP.;= caiiseil by Now, at la>t, Professor 11. far as we could judge; and h'hluut Distributing Agents. DZZtZ901'A'>at

iniiot be ciireii byui" 1'. P..impu-s the American Museum a pair of little arms to us. WM. H. KNO\VLES W. A. RLOl NT K C.KKK.VI .V K IIYKK. 31
< Send cir- OO'1db
I of :Natural 1I1toQ' lias Ilbro'l'n..1 the 'r.ivat ;guns:" pa exclaimed D. O, BKKNT.V ,

secret (>f Micces-s. Ill discovery come "Little! :" said I. "\\tiat
i\ ( 0 Toledo. O. darling a PARKER'S
.1'.. ;;; e.I at an npix-rtune moment U-i-ause for pity it tai alive:" HAIR BALSAM
live Je.us-,:,st the supply I! of lobsterslias Cl'II1tr. aid but net the !t'tlr.1'rul rmi( ana ti b A nt ad !H
I I. .I. Honey and Tati : been decreasing. Tlie metln uf amt"How h'arlngulI do, rll1tlpl.t': Its: white cried face the. statue it dipl.iytil !.;' .'. Ilair: ,,..Fafle a hi to I"or.tlit Beetore gn>wth.Hover Gras. n m n tu Q trsrWe
to in You'.lirul Color.
.' ..afc., ure. A'o opiates. i I'rofessoiUumpiN depend uiim keeping the rosy features IM's little S. >'i. burr.wa.pd.nr.ahurtuag.S'.s'.d ; l
11 vat
which the lobster fry mry'U
the in
Jim. Jumping nil' the pedestal nil
after hatching In constantmotion draw onr own iiilla of KxchAii/e ou Orc&t Ilrlt In. Jrtl&na
are plneed
in his white lie his
ran to I
tights up I
fora H'charea for, if allowed! to settle, the Germany France. Austria Italy Holland! Hpaln.: Hel(lotn. Ilo tU, Not
/idl ice will sell fry smother or devour one another. I I'j Cures Cancer Blood Poison, Eating tray hweden. Denmark and other European. coctitrle: ,

this device the joung lobsters are suc-/ Sores Ulcers, Costs Nothing to Try. ---
!lllrSOII g' Oft/Nf <-..s Moat Favorable Term. and thliObligationsTaien '
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIA Payable at Port of negtir-silnu 7n or J'Uh.1l
from nine to lxtcen days they area'h are the \\'oht and most deep'-eited Days
I' ,
"C' IJ .tlftlll on
alter Vessel Arrives there.
'.. : to take care of themselves. The oloinJ disease* on (':Hth."t.t theM IVnwacnU Ixxl :f, \... 3, K, "t 1".,
:i regular Ull'ftU! ; of 'ie-t tlll'un. when Ilotanic HloodIJilm '.
rnit-tl States1'ish:; commission I is I'htn [ Boxes for Rent in
meets eprlond", ever 'Safety Deposit Connectionwith
I. (
Medic Society 3' i i- u ning to riMock the depleted waters lug BtS; III Castle Ha'In
1 Health otr.ce at Vl !).)i..ltJ. producing ulcers#, bone pains j jpinipb ): the Klnunt. Wk'ioHulldln which we hare a Prira Aunrtiaent for the Use
I I'I iy. Aug.; 1- and 2 ti along our mart with lobsters hatchetland --, nuicuous patches, f.llliti # ?. third floor n' Rf\ntm.

v-Jtctina are cord/a'1y reared. in the manner. des-cribed. ti fir itching ''kin -;-icrofulu !old riieiin.itim I .9 v'lsltlnz welcomed brethren cord'a'

.--- -- -- offensive form IIf tirrh .
I.I I.I. I. : or \: HAt.rh
!I..> W. C. IJEWKEKY, To My Fnends. scans -calesdeadly cancer; 'ating. :} Fe. H, UORHLKK

President. It i j" with j iy I tell you what Kovlo! bit".ding/ festeringwll K. K. 4 tlAga. WE WILL' FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !
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i e,1' K. ings, luiiip. pel-intent wart 01 -.11'
foruler I troubled with
Secretary.: did w.i my take lioMnic blood! Balm' li. li BIt wr'y .. !,. ,. .
-toiu.ich (.-r several 111..II!II... l"pb ->i. wll cure even the worst e- i-e afti-r r rya .. 's" .' ,
-ii g advised to tie K.>dol I di I -o. overythingNe fail. H. B. II. dr.ti-I I n 1 .' .' ,., .. .' I I. "
GOLAY-(. and word cannot tell tb.. jr<>",l i' 'he i isOll ills of tile -.V-telIJ lint! : : ; : ; '
pi .. 1 t ..I ... .. .. ': "'"
h.idone me. .\ neighbor; had ily- [ulnod, then very ore heal-. niaknig Tn; 'of I ,'.". 'I.. ", < J
pei'-i.i\ -i* tint !l.f li id tried tub.a the blo pare .. ,'. ., ... ..
d Corn Meal l Mills fierytiiit'g. I told fiiin to 11-... {K.I- up the broken-down b.>d> Bota:1ic >- Medal Aw nl to \ '. '. .,- ..1.I...ea'. I.". .... 1 wt" ..
\\',-,,, of grutitule Inve conn' 1.4... ,_... "" _'.'
dll\ H. H. B.
H.ilm '
: Blood t 'rP'ghlr .
I II ,. 1 .t ,. ... ... I I. to., '
'NZALEZ i CO., Prop I, from lilll beCUl-e I ree 'nl .,. ,
tense ) : tested for ;HO }-ears.: Iru;' I.W.MRPERKENTUCKY .a 6. 1'Mrr UMae. feel
.. . ,, ,
"' .1..,tadle.rra mended itnt'". \V. Fry, Vtol.i. stores' $1 per large bottle. Trial I" :",. .,-t.tbl" ."..',". I. ..1. .

Ml VIM: ) ITr.KI'.KI GItOUNI"l'o'h 11.a. He-ilth and trpiuth; of miini treatment free by writB! loud J" ...; ... 11'R i \' .I "' ........ .. i
> il.-pend on the -'inacb B thin Co.. Atlanta: (i-t, Henbe .i ,\ a. ,IL r 1
: ). | trouble and free medical ad\ CI WfllSKEV t'I

: diistry. for there li'i dig-ticnr'1uw. : given until cured. B 15. H1: >PS not I ro< .1.""';oM ,.,. s. MI I--------
M buy your M..alllJC ..1 p'... of .,. I...,. .. '\\ \ .' .
ti".ni>- yl.nat&Jturproursqr 1 -"UllttI\: totiii1[ cure-i contain mineral poisons or mercury 0oM eon 'e""p' ,re rhl 'w I @
home lndn 'ati.1 bowel trouble, nidiire-tion.dy- ao many ad\'f'lti"<;drenipdie' do fleW cjo lIIc4a1tiil- In.ka,,, law ... .. I a. .
I. I' .
'ft thtt man.1ulln. ) A. 1111111/: "" '
a u commjDitj let'-Ia. Koad: dise tsany gold food bat I'* composed of Pure Botanic In P4 rill Ia"
ac.' ,indirectly innaafucturer b..u..nt..a.m jot j vouat.. raJe\.-.*a aft. r 1111':11" gredients. Over :W X) testimonnlf of UKaIO: 1 'J3. i SALVONA SOAP CO. Lor. 12th d P'1t Sts' ST. LOUIS MO.

i'of tabor \ 011 ow ll.irgi! *' Pharmacy John o'hPI'I'l1'l1, cures by taking Botanic Blood\ Balm
'y ., tiich you live ant Sidney K'lllI. B. B. B.' S3ia &y Dannn hisser Bro .
to Your support.
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; n ; I ? t.: ': I mart M} It.*tit tthM (Oi-oMil M e.,,- :

r r", ,.f ,r r fa.: .. :. 1 Ante tea ...[trtti 11Iaflo prttM w ;

-r i 1 t I ?' IJ .f look f4)f1leM allta .......!..,,.j tu mi
-1 ryy, .L,1 __ .% '+"a/ br inns hkfc I* w.aMI1it1t I t,.*f l..4 drat

?., ,. j" .g time ..!.* uiv I ttltt i ri...i .. .t

I wl d ?' 1 r',. :: my :., ,', r'set7 1IIff1I1DCo i Mt tt tiU lh.. fttifr
r t >; t y'r, tt'I&. I .km'l Ulieuil" .
,. y sr >t } y r4. F 'rti ..: M) tf 9ftlrtJr
I ... .:"" I.ut II \ tn bnnr* fau that i tbink M>K< L* .,
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F. yr bar \t'r taal..t f--r tt- h"IIIU.-t/IO"/ ." ,..II11'a
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I.. p J'J'o A Wheat-Malt Cereal Riving an Excess of Steen;h for each; Day's Burdens : .oa.t "t WI ..J. ... J


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r ** $5,00000 ,.* .. .. GREATEST VALUES.<

i 5 .
Worth of Summer Merehandise $ : ix THC : I

:J to be Sold During this Month. $ AUGUST SELLING HERE IS YOUR GAIN *: HISTORY OF THE STORE. :. x

l NO.Nti..Nl.thtiNNO+.N..1.Nk -- --- -- --- -- ON..........................t

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

- PRICE FIGURED LAWNS Carpet...... ... .. ., .. ..... .. .... .. .. .. .60c yard 1,000 Yards Emb. Beading and 103 yard I

i Whlt X-Hu Mmlin 4c yard Brussels Carpet at. .. .. .... .. .. ... .. .. .. . .... ...Wc yard 2,000 Yards New Emb. Edges

Fine White foods .. .. .. ,... IoJ yard Union Ingrain Carpet at...... .. .... ..... ...... ......3Je: yard and Insertings .... .. .. ..5 and lOc yard

Pique, Tennis Flannel Gillitea Wool Ingrain Carpet at.. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... 55c yard 1,000 Yards Torchon Laces 3c yard j* MISSES
lr.'th.'unn Madras...... ....I5c yard
On Counter. Rugs 25 per cent otf. 300 Yards Black and White
Remnant Lineoleum at Half Price. Lace Bands ( Fine Goods) 5c yard

Summer Underwear. Lace Curtains, odd pairs at Half Price 300 Yards Linen Emb. and Inserting, 4, 5 and 6 Straps
with Linen Match Cot.Gents' .
to at
i>i Doz. Lailie k41eevI't.....2 for :5c: Lace Curtain, Entire Stock, at 20 per cent oil. ,
25; Doz. I/idieV hleeveleVest*. SPECIAL ON lIATTIXGS.lr.s'I .
Bleached .3: for lOc Furnishings.Men's All over Patent Ll'lthF-r SiiuhU at SACRIFICK: I'
2i D uz. Ladies' Sleeveless Vest,

Taped. .. .. ... .. .. ... .. .. ....4 for 2:jc Bleached Lisle Vests, (sleeveless,
F ;: s=.t:. s=..r7:;::: :: MONDAY AND TUESDAY
: Iii Du I.ndieSleeveleis Vests, 3sc each.
Li-l Thread... .. ... ... .2oc each
z Gents' Straw Hats at Half Price.
" 2U Uoz Boy; rhiru and Drawers )[I-i-I--\: .
lUibri.'truu: .. .. ... .. .. .. 40c suit : joix'r'trap'Patent i.aatherNaud.i '"'
, 25 [)uz. Men's Shirts and Drawers: tJ. -OF- Shoes. $2 I 2 5 11'.. to 2, NOW. ... . .. ... .. ... .. V, I S JjjOn

Ralbrirr::nn !5c Fnit .

j Strong Point Oxford* for Boy".uow $1.50 nn CHILDS' l- nH.trllp Patent Lmttu ro'.a., i.
. Waist and Skirt Department. CURTAINSl Ladies' Oxfords, {200 .. .... ....now Z1.65 > 8lze ltnll.\OW. ... ..... . .. .>... :

21: Doz. White Colored Waists..85s; each ti? Ladies'Strap", $175...... .. .. '...now ?1 3bLadies'

Jo Doz. Madra-i WdNts .. .... ...50c each l; (1 Oxfords, $250.... .... ....now $!.&:? I fAXIS' Four->trap Patent leather rn. .

; o Doz. Chainbry Waists worth Ladies' Straps, ?2 50 ... .. ..... $1.97 $1 I.15 sizes ito SNOW .. .. . .. .
now '
$1.,0; to $1..;;. for ... .. .. .. .. ..*1 each DRAPERY CURTAINS l \o
White Duck Skirts; ..... ..... ....;(03: eacl.C"lorf'd | | Men's Low Quarters: in Proportion. .
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Duck Skirt*. I1.I..U were $I oOColored
Chuiuliry Skirt+..1150, were J2 50 j TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. i|
New \\.11 1 Walking :Skirtv--f250 to $750 Hardware.NEW .
i,...., ._ ...,_ ........_, ._ MEYER SHOE CO
....... -"' .- -'- "7. "" -
Ribbon Bargains. -- .:: :: :::..-:.....:...I __ ....''... STOCK ENAMEL PAIXT.

All CollorsNoCOTaffeta: Ribbon, Sic yd Hammocks, single and Double, Latest:
JUilliam Fart i'uiiiNitr* for ( u.li Out .
All Colors N". 4o Taffeta Ribbon, lOa yd loljnsoit & ion. Patterns, Cheap. }

r yH) Yard Fancy Ribbon at. .. uc yd
k Enamel Ware Blue and White, Big :Stock

r. 'S2.S252.5252.525'2.52S2.S225 i I Dunham. Mr. and Mrs. Keuimes and I 1

I Mrs. J. S. Reese and children. R. POUt -t I

SOCIETY EVENTS C I I Dr. and Mr. F. J. B. Rohmer of p* !: ViV V' ViVViiViiVii

I Mobile are guests of their daughter: : : : : FEED, LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.OPEN ( .,

a AND PERSONALS I,I I Mrs.Wright Florence street. Dr.R. Rohuier LeBaron is now on ( DAY ADD NIGHT. I ; "'l.t Inteiideiicia > tn'l't. .MONDAY. ?

!ai years of age but is still active and
tf f ft
!5252525"2S29l:1l1u SHSHSHSSSHi in good health. POU & GINGLES, Managers. ", -

1 Vill:ir and Miss Lodie Vil-! :Fred L. Chase of Atlanta, southern 0-AT-o .

1 spent Sunday in Mobile. passenger agent of the Chicago v e- ..

I and Alton road, arrived here yester
Mr*. W. F. LewU n spending a day. He left with the Pensacola- R. POUt l. FRIEDMAN & CO.'S ;

w..k with friends near: Milton California party to pilot them over a F &

al[ I.. Deal portion of his road.
r. Blocker hB gone to WRACKIT S1'Okl Ot l ..
Cincinnati toiit her parents. Among the Floridian who spent j ,.

ye-terday at the Lewis House were 17 Wed Intendencia: Street. Office Phone, 31. Residence 1'IJOue,6.:3.: I
SHord, a Chipley merchant II 100 Doz. Willimantic
Gus Green, Laurel: Hill;; J. W. Cook I Spool Cotton J
: at the hotel today.ales.rs. I
MoliuojR.; ]l. Cowan, Svea; 1>. A. --- j Thread Two for ,
Spools 5c.i
t. 11.V.. 'rhoinp- and D. Ewing. Holt ; and W. R. Clark: and Florida Appointments. III* "IllnnerAn End" &! *

Rigiau-t I "'f li'laJ are in the city N. E. Clark, of Seminary. Tallahassee, Aug. 2Go't'rr.oJfOn- English elerg'j wan and a lowland ..
tnty. clr.gj has made the following Scotsman rntcrrd out- of the best i I One Case Yard Wide Sea Island Domestic *
f Mr. Stephen Scarritt of 1M: \Ve-t I "nil appointments: S. Gaulidns3f schools! Alu-rilifn.. The aster re. !; i

Mr. S.V.. Jiillentine, a naval Belmont street, and Mi- Amy Ful- : Titusville to lie prosertiting attur- ciived tluui kindly and inquired: : 10 yards for 45c. lit

. ..torts li' U of Milton, is a business len of Washington D. C., who has r.ey for HrevarJ county; J, E Snow of "Would jou prefer that I should '! ..
t vltitor here been the guest of 1lrn.ra Donald. St. Augustine to U clerk of ciriuit peer (.1i tion) tlu-M' lnos: or that Sun t"Jay.
..surprised their friend*aturday' : court for ;:: t Johns county; ('. II. Alston. fr-iii'iiIJ fll'r tin in?" ] AT 10 O'CLOCK MONDAY %

: Mr. and Mrs. Rjbert Hteveasand by getting married, Rev. J. R. Rick- fit IVnsaioIa to be notary puo- : The lnIi!'>li rti-rpyman ili'sired the |

H. Li Monte Meens spent Sunday i nell officiating.Messrs. lir for the state at large; Adln Ligl.t- I master to I'rowwl. He did to with We will place on sale 50 pieces of **
E *t K.)biiHou Point. I body of Jacksonville, to be constable! great sutfcss and the boys answered i i ..

Hugh; Mallory and Paul for district :"v. lo, Imtal ('ountY.; satisfactorily numerous:' interrogations (: Lawns worth 8 and lOc yard
l:. R. RuUr fornH.rl.city editor I IJ W. Stewart ofSelma as to the exodus: of the Nriu-Htes from ,
arrived at the B. Watson of Jakson\iII to lie noary -
uf the IVn-.icol i Pre*", left 1.i-.t night Merchant yesterday. They left t public for the state at large; Egypt The clerpjuianthen said he to go at Gc per yard. S"1 J
ticketxJ for All inn. would ln glad! to "Fi'ys" and i int
J this morning; for a week's stay at Miss i- Krameit Calahan of P'nsacoa. -- Q I
once bovan:
J. (J. Joynerof Kiit: Gregory ftreet Perdido. Mr. Stewart was formerly to be notary public for tnt state "How did Pharaoh die?" I' 50 Pieces Fine Sheered Figured Lawns, worth "*

i spent yesterday with Ins mother at engaged in the brokerage business at large; UIt FarK-y, of l arlan na. There was a dead silenoo. *

} K.1.J. arming home list night. in Peuacok and wa ;;inn a cordial to Jackson be supervisor of registration for In his UHfimna the lowland gentleman I 25c yard Monday and Tuesday to go at I 10) ..

greeting by his Petisacola ountj. interposed: ':2
I numerous
J. H. I
finuitand wile ani Ibii GIll
: friends.PYTHIAN "I think sir the boys are not accustomed I
HI.AW of Floiiutoa arrived at the I I Yon ANXIOUS TO TI.KAHK.: : .
Two .
I Drownings at Savannah. to your English accent. Let rue
Merehuuttliu..rnta,{ ,111.J etij"yed Patarcan. Aug. 2.-Two dro\\nins try what I can iniiko of them." And

a bay rUe tnd ty. EXCURSION i O'I'UI'H..1! jestt-rday. Or.e.as at lie inquired l.roa,1cottbll: : 1 L. FRIEDMAN & CO. SsMVWWty
i ''
j Thunderbolt: where DanVynd- 'H-?
J. 1-:. MclounhtofeniI,0.., who I
IretUIto! ;< flrash\rt time at Cot- TO SAN FRANCISCO Baal, a white boy of 14, Again there was a dead tiU-nce. upon <: :,
fell from a duck while preparingto which the master said: I
s Hilt, Sued in Pen-aco- 1
! age -pent Ij' ---- to in swilllmin Ills! head is sup- "Noo, boys, fat cam' to l'h'l"raoh at i
Ii, taking Ju< departure last night.
hIs limner 'utIo'
'l hate ( |
1. rob' to struck a piece of wooil.
I lr. W. .\, :stillfromMiRoncameF The elegant Pullman drawing- Hi* Body has not been rt-ooM-roJ. The "The boys with one \0100 answered: I ,

U wu list night to .itttttiil buMuesill room car: "Agricola; ," left here at other rirowninK was that of a Swedish "Iff was driMUHHl." Crab nets and fishing p /I .. .. "
1\ f
And sui.-irt little (1.lhlndt1t'tl:
connection with hit "mCtli medical 1 12:15 today and will carry the Penacohi sailor who fell from a gang plank
while going: aboard his ship the Norwegian "Onj lassie, could line tell't je that' tackle to suit everybody, at 'lllllllllrr'mw

? *\ Ullllll'r for the p"ii>ion bureau party through to Nan Franc -London Tlt.Iit I
bark Sonrtre. at the Atlantc
the Willis Hardware Co's.Cleaning
i The biy excursion on the strainer ci-co to the grand conclave: of the Coast Line wharves. His head struck I \ r
iF The Man lit.anted. -- LI (I p
F: ";Dttr'll-e under the managementf Knight* of Pythia The party was | a log and was broken. It is not ladies skirts and
<>n.at<>r (lark of Montana bud occasion : waBt
f J. 1Ht't"LJ afternoon known whether he
yesterday was by the
composed ol Capt. and Mrs Jacob j once out in Hfk-iia to Lire a carriage is one of cnr specialties. Htar l.aull'dry.
, wn liberally patronized and greatlyeojoytd. i fall or wa. drowned.
lrl\er. The routs were mountainous .
, Kryger, N. McK. Oerting and
I and a skillful man was iii-ed- ,.
( daughter: James McIIuzh: and wife, Preparing to Build Road.
(> Thos. C. Watson
Mt &
#* M Clara Ht lcomt> +iI,1 1 Uu..i -I, ,
x-ditlN Ifft for their homes in M. L. R'>ch and wife, Mr*. Frank Birmingham Ala. Ant?, ...-The for the I,"!'>illon appeared. "1"un I the leading lieal Estate Agent*. take

, Mobile tin mllruIU Mi- Neita Bell Mrs. Kidney Bel1l\Ii?*Mattie Dontlson have Construction company, who know w bore the road runs along: the f all the worry off the shoulders of the UnAURANT Q PI
tier contract to build the
Eastern mountain with the hill on one bide aud owners of property manage the
Llugford.ent with them and will Vucovich Belle Brux Katie Brux, Railway Alabama from TalU- a nurse on the other the miles from I I renting of their houses and the collection N

L vi'it .1 short time in tit it city Winnie Simpon, Mesr; T. D. dega to Pyriton in Clay county are : here?" asked Senator Clark anti all of their rents as com, cien- .
sending a big forte of men and road I the[ men MxKltii atliriuath)'. "How I.' tiously as they would them*elves. RA
Eddie !'re-tuu visited and had a Urux, J. It McCullagh, John Alexander Their charges are very reasonable
building apparatus to the right of way near can }ou po to the edge! of the ,
folitfhtful lime .It f) FuIILlk yester- W. C. Mackey.Ueo. A. Fe fro and the road will bo pushed. Mort road," wa asked, "without upsetting I| I : DAILY MENUSCoinprifs :

dty. Ili-t wife and iiiotner, who were I *on, Mrs A. Z'l1n, Miss Florida than 100 negroes have been sent to niy oarri.ijreV" ;j I t:;.. ...
. vi-itin,' ID Milton, arrived at li11); The first "Four the all t' IDdtN t tkttof
the scene! while man sail feet III
a large amount of
Z6Iiu; Mis Nellie Fell J. Hotel .'
f u 'j.>tk I.t-t eteumh. George stack and (II'rapt'rsn'l'(, carried over next man :answered "Two feet;" the Camden cIII l-Iw- t.: .
I< White and daughter Mrs Geo. third man saM that lievouIJ drive .i the U', ..
Mr,. J. W. li"l\len will leave tonight the! tint of the week. The 10 milesto
Ainesworth Misses Nellie and be rime to the edge hull the fourth man ; CA5IIiALA1JA31A.. Alfi.lUndies'
for an extruded trip through l I Annie constructed by this company :
allowc! that If wheel
one was over I I
l the North, --topping at Anbury Park !I Aiuesworth and Master: Clarence will road be has through the pyrite a rough beds section.of Alabama The the lirink he coultl still turn the horsesin Ii Is Now Open to the Public, I II :; ,.

N. J", thref or four week, then Aiueworth. time to save the carriage. I i j I _
as the objective point.
[ touching \irious pointin New At last Mr. Clark turned to a brawny i under the management 'If !ri\ati A
Yctk. Irishman. "What woul.I you doV" he i
k ADVERTISING Hot Political FIght On. as keil.B'porra.. I II II Dining I'arlnr..4 :
;. C. I.. Wu'.;ins of Tine Barren Athens, Ala.. Aug. 2.-The warmest Mr. Clark" said the Irishman MRS. S. MIMS

Alex McKiuuoii of Jtrewtou and I Il't'tu fght is on in this section that wag "I would keep as close to the I -- ,.

Toma-ello of Millville are WEST FLORIDA ever waged politically and the Democracy side! of the Mil as I could without pullIng I, of Pensacola, Florida

among! the vUitiu timber men here is enthused as it has not been off a heel." I Regular Dinner Dairy :

t.+JIy. They mbe found at the --- for many years. Everything is turned "You are the man I want," repliedMr. RATES REASONABLE, III .

Merchants. The Pythian party which left to- Jelksward. and the white men of Clark and the Irishman got the j i By tLe D.J.Y'eek Month. -- alA.

thy for San Francisco carried withit Limestone are standing as one grand job I or Blurt Order* l'r..miFitlril. ..
Governor Jeuuius lijjrowa phalanx for the constitution and Its Table Furnished with the Bet the' :\ljCl., or lu III
tired of hotel life and will he;. ii) several hundred copies of Bliss' friends A Jelks club in this county SHATTERS ALL RECORDS. I Market Atlords. ..

huu"tkeepin/ in the handsome Common House," a publication that has for Its purpose the enrollment Twice in ho=pital, F. A. Gull"dge. -- ..

,: Cohen residence fronting on Blox- profusely illustrated with typical of every whit voter is gathering Verbena, Ala., paid a vast sum to I Public Patronage Solicited. If u'ron.n.r,C. Ayuu.I.h.ru.
doctors to cure a severe of *
case pile ,
Tallahassee abotreptembet strength as theAqs go by. Every effort III
ham at

square; :
*cones of Florida and accompaniedby cau i is to I* made to
1.Itev. get a full vote
Bucklen's Arnica Halve cured Nick =
excellently written descriptive out Aug. 25. him. Kubdues Inflammation, I Hunday Rates: Made to Traveling Aposdc
Jauie D. West and wife of conquers Men.
matter. Ache, kills Pain*. Bt salvein Popular Restaurant
llryan, Texas, are here and the To Sell Gas Plant. the world. tic at W. A. D'Alem- .
Th.e publications: will redound to --
K titleuuu will have: charge of the Talladega. Ala.. Aug. 2.-At a meet berte's drugstore.
: Precbyteriau church during tbe the benefit of Pensacola and this Ing of the board of mayor and aldermen GOVERNOR'S ISLAND, N. Y. IJ \
; J11)1)1jiltiy
vicinity. All kind of Furni- :.-Sealed lip'

preeut mouth. They are parents of of Talladega It gas voted to sell proposals ) +
Ml P 7y017)S Sture at nearly cost, in triplicate, for furnishing for.
Sirs. R. P. Reese, and Mrs. West is a TUG MONARCH SAilS TO-DAY. the gas plant of this city to the Tal- make room for age and straw required in Dept. of =- .

rioter of \lrs. C. V. Thompson of this ladega company. The considerationIs new stock. the East, during year ending June I will repair 10ar..U t
to be $ O.oOO. The council also 30, 1903, will be received here and at )jewelry In Dr t.clau it. i '
city.Mr. The tag Monarch will sail at 5 agreed to make a contact with thenew places indicated in instructions issued Stephens.
and Mrs. W. :S.: Ke/ser hare o'clock> this afternoon for Sibine light company to light the streets C TORIA.8n : hereunder, until 12 m., August

moved in from their beautiful: bay- Pass to begin her contract of towing of the city at an annual rental of |eo "S tb itl fed tan Nara Alea),JoIISIpatut : 7, 1912. U. S. reserves the right to

here summer home and it will be oil barges. for each 2.000 candle power and $30 '1of or reject any or part accept thereof.any or all Information proposals! Save Money :
occupied for a while by party composed I for each 1,200 candle light1PparB.leam5top.theilcrcltag furnished on application. Envelopes rr

of Mrs. E. C. Smith, Misses The way to regain your health containing proposals will be endorsed lure at Marston ft I r : *

Katie Binith, Bertie Smith, Edm after sickness is to take Hood's Sarsapanlla See: you buy Fur : "Proposals" for Foraze and Great Furniture .' r. .r
Pryorbefore His prices Straw at-. JOHN SIJtI'SON: ,
Amyttella; Avery, Mr. and Mrs. -it tones the whole syste n a:4 QDickl: Sri toes-m"'iQI:in tl 't coat lowest. A. Q. M. G. 10j4tA5a2t rium.

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