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v &, 37. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 6,1902 NO 67

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of Venice Sunk ; Strata Is 200 Feet Thick But It Is
t-t\ by the Seguin ;(! ATTACK ITALIAN AT SHENAN- t NEGOTIATIONS FOR ACQUISITION ,


on Lake Erie. I II DOAH. OF SYSTEM PENDINC. !:i! 1100 Feet Below the Surface.A .


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I l I i special I to The Daily News. Special to The News I
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ii.> Niws.A I I I Shenandoah Pa., AUK;, 5 There New York, Aus 5.-The Evening : Brief History of the Work Done by the

i.* i.-A,; a result! i I!, were many minors fijicg around UiJ Post saysVery: positive btate- !,
TRAGEDY ATFORT regions today: ot trouble in the camp ,
.. I lake tale ixiweiuv meats were made today that uc gotta-1! Pensacola Development and Investment
i ot the region. The
and
various part
ut Venn. ore la tions are pending for the acquisitionof !
....iuia a steel lumber < only disturbance that occurred, ho VALLEYSpecial was at Girardeville. 6 miles from
Canada last mid St. Louis and San Francisco which >
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sere, where workman coming from: '
a
anl''
... ; tr,"..1 was sunk and last week, secured the Chicago Carryon Their Investigations.
the Girard operated by W.
I war-her.v.
'b1 veral other Eastern Illinois and which during thelast j
j eO: R. McTurk & Co. was shot in the leg. ---
j year, has made notable progressin
I--SS beriuusly
a vh vf to The Daily News: The injured man U James Carpatell. I -- -

Foil Valley! (.a.. Aug. 5.-A shockIng an Italian lie had been engaged at expansion. These reports were I The directors of the Pensacola Development
practically (confirmed so far as regards FLORIDA'S SCHOOL
,f Cuu a!tles.( work which had been torbidden by
the tragedy at this place' was the result the statement that negotiations and Investment Company

of handling a gun supposed to the union and had been warned several
been
with this purpose in view have
times This morningon held a meeting lat night to deter-
be unloaded. to Quit. OF
fireman Brook under way. They are not however TECHNOLOGYDeLand
Robert Flournoy. a lad about 10 his way home he was met on.the complete. mine the best course to pursue The

deck hand But years of age a son of Captain Robert I road by halt a dozen unknown men denial
r ..11: From the same authority a I
facts thus stated One well
who began to beat him. CarpateM: are : wasbored
conductor on the. Fla. .
Flournoy passenger was obtained of the reports of a grand Aur. 5.-:hcieac*
Georgia Southern and Florida rail : ran. and as he did so one of the men of feet
to a depth l,6sO near
ttatthnoc.: residencer merger of all southern railroads.CIRL'S hall and the power houe the two
road decided to clean up his shotgun, fired at him. Some of the buckshothit i
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Chicago. vilU probj and taking: it down from the rack with him in the leg. He managed to the Big Bayou, without finding; any- I main building being erected for the

that intantion. proceeded to. do it. walk to a physician and after he had TERRIBLE thing of importance, the work at this School: cf Technology at rtet*m

rrJ:. .1teboyran. Mich, when it was suddenly discharged and the shot extracted from his leg he well tedious and University, will each be completed
lad horrified his walked to the Lehigh Valley railroad I being expensive on
the young was to see
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uf VrtiIL.kcr EXPERIENCE II
4.sty and ready for the opeulnj of the
,'lit tooy"an. Mich.oilmen pretty little 5-year-old sister, Marguerite station and boarded a train for Hazel- II I account of there being so much quick
fall over with one side of her ton. Burgess Jones !ie investigatingthe term October fir-t. Science: hill i* a
Not Known I sand.
face and head blown off and her brains assault. tliree-tory brick building; 2m) feet

'.r l'olU.lo& is not oozing: out from the terrible gaping; During the eight several shots were Spec I I"I to The N ew., I IXinal The second well was: pat down on
long and sO feet wi.1t-
Swit/'rUnd. 'Aug. 5.-Miss : containing the
heard in Shenandoah between bni
*I1 no fo? whatever wound I
i' fairly clear The Little Marguerite It seems was not i) gad headquarters and camp. This! Whalley, an English girl staying at a : Mr. Stod Jart's property in the northeast I I oilices, lecture and cla'-t room, lib-

.feeere burnt more than 2 feet from the muzzle cf II ga@risetoarumorthatthecampwas hotel here had a terrible experience i( part of the city and, as most of oratories and workshops <>f the various

again being attacked but an official in the mountains j
the gun, engaged in some childish i
department* in the ilcll"'oJl.The .
She started alone Saturday to walk 1 this to be
row say they game, when the report was heard and investigation proved
th.'Itlc I untrue. The marshal is making to St. Luc and missed her way. She power house contain- boiler*.
: as her Hie was forfeited. Her death provost (depth of nearly l,7w) feet, about 7uO

> ; ? tf ond irate was Instantaneous.The a searching investigation as to did rot return off Sunday mornin.;, engines, and dynamo to furnl.h
I who did the shooting.The and a rescuing party was organize feet of which has been through the
-i V. e. who wad j ji boy is almost crazed with grief I electric power to the Mmp and laboratories .
Ht'" >' to give, over the unfortunate affaIr I cavalry took another dasr I She was found on Monday the hills hardest kind of rock.

.. i tie way I .- across the country today for exercise, 401) lards above Ajr. She had broken i in cience hall. All of the

I I ibis time going In the direction o' her ankle but had crawled a long At l,5oO feet warm salt water was apparatus i is of the mo t modern d(>-

COLD BRICK tan in of the injury. Shespt'r.t I
spite
: .." wlv! r Frickvillp. The region generally re- c obtained, but an analysis of it showsit sign and of the "bent quality i.btnu-
mains two cold nights in the mountains
quti.STREET
T !ol! I
I without food or shelter and suff to be of no value. able. Several of the new feature:
r "' ? r. MAN SET FREE
... I r. .t.! t I. CAR STRIKE SETTLED. < red i greatly, but thanks to a strong At 1,100 feet there was found a bed are of general lutf'rl'ot Instead of

.>s''r. i 't, i t tan Se onstittition., she Is recovering rapidly the u-ual tall chimney to create

i.: r r ". .o r"ioj.,! mare I Union Will B-Recognized! and All of phosphate, of fine quality, nearly draft fur
burning coal under the
Special to The Daily News.
w with him Discharged Men Restored.
M 2JO: feet thick, but on account of its
I : Oovernor Aycock I boilers, a device is u-ed that nuke:
:a rtr,t mate Ka'.eigh.! Aug. Huntington W. Va. Aug. 5.-The

Ir. ., t4.: >aFOi. watch I has pardoned A.L. Ual..y. of Chicago strike of the employes of the Kentucky PRITGHARD depth it is not thought it could be a more effective artificial draft of

u ,! a ;:t <'Io\ll'a III!!., one of the gold brick swindlers. Ohio and West Virginia div- made to pay to mine it. However, air. In the wood and iron working

4 convicted at Greensboro. The case cf sions of the Camden Interstate Railway NOT A CANDIDATE
I A"lIdlhIPI. ?hopthe machine will \\w driven
these twludlers attracted attention allover company was settled today as a some readers of this article may be

known that any the country. Some of them wer I result: of a conference between the rat-! able to furnish the Peusacola I>ei by electric motor, thereby d,.inx;

: Nos a tcrribl i wanted in otter status for similar offtnses. way officers and the officials of tho> Sprdal to The Daily News away to a large extent with a-ttul

t both boats al They were convicted 11 btrikers' union The settlement of : \ velopnentand iuvesttuentComitny
r The sequin hal I gal.i: Auk :. -It \* i.ow di! 'n!d i belts and !'haCtln,'.
months ago of conspiracy, and Daleywa the strike cam about during the trial! some valuable information this
'.iHy: amidships! given a 17. 'ur sentence in the of a number of men nonunionists, who that S I'ato P: II,'hart! wall Inthe on There is a great demand fur technically .
I nplII'I! !. aiu'iiia'e!' for I.
i t through the boat ( an congress point.A .
penitentiary here He played the part came here from Charlottesville.. educated young men and
.--..uMer aboard boil"i from the ninth trut. The impression
of au 1n lan. I heavily armed to take the strihrs'j
I !ib 'nt-ral I meeting of the stockholders will there are opportuuitie'>n
that many
> ; lit of timbers mini Governor A>cork gives: the following j plates. Two were arrested and during quite g* after next

s i hi Ip from thus 'If! I reasons for the pardon "Prisoner is the progress of the trial the rail! march !lit: will be given a good federal be called in a few days! to decide to the person who itH the necarf

*. All these whot'rt' pardoned on the recommendation ofnumerous I way: officials and the union officials! position. perhaps a judgeship.' The what to do with the present well, as training of mind and kill of hand.
death of
his wife will
III "U deck and there temporarily do-
Mil;
citizens of Chicago and withdrew to a private room at the city
*' .Ifh': for a time Tha I waul.E'eho certify that they have hall, and after an hour's cor..'ultatlou, range; eta plans.. The esteem in which the company has only about $;j())) The young men of this'ectlon who

Y. i pit! in twain and waS known him for many years and he has 'I all announced that the prisoners the senator is held! b.v' the people nf cash left on hand and therefore are auxiou- to make the most of

; 4' << '.t.taln, IIrlh\l'rlf'! I the western counties is shown by the can- ,
always borne a good: character until should be released! as a satisfactory their opportunities are to be con-
r tt! :, dwk! in his ..I.'.-') the present ottense. His pardon is agreement had been reached and the tribute-, paid to the memoryof his not go any deeper, unless more
I wife. gratulated that such a school as tltl.|
r t 'L' J lIu..Iallt'd tr recommended Senator Mason of strike
by was practically at an end
! 111t I money can be raised to carry on the has been established
Iffo: huatll Thl'Sf' Illinois, and by many of tht city officers It is understood that the railway within their

. rrW who had not of Chicago; and is also approvedby company recognizes the union and restores PRICE OF LIME j work. reach. All intf.'re.tt'd should! write
kf
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_. t. .his asslstanreI the solicitor of the district and by all discharged men to their former I Geologists i are at a loss to accountfor for catalogue. Address Dean; of
"
tln > had the boat the sheriff of Guilford county. It ie places. The strikers as a whole
/ta t t. ADVANCEDSpecial the peculiar strata of rock which bchool of Technology.1)eLaud, Fla.
clearlyshown that the prisoner has hate not yet voted on the agreement, ,

Tt '' T never been charged with offense I
'w rnritivet Overboard. any
officials no one ever thought existed here and
St., before. He is offt'redmpl<>yment !In I INFORMATIONSENT
r UK n, raring the sh'rhad !
4.: Chicago, and it is represented, will being operated by nonunlonists, but to The Daily News: I many are of the opinion that work
they an uhiwr ,
: tatf! I t brew themstv''swere at once go into useful work." i! no violence has resulted: today. Chattanooga"Aug.: 5.A's a result of i should be carried on until a depth I BY MAIL

fttrboat the late alleged combination between :
J i i. later picked
) of at lea-t 2,500 feet is reached, but
. | Strikers Resort to Violence.
.tp Ay t' ', ati bun the t"QUIQ. the lime kilns of the !south in whichIt ---
'Ttaciv TRAGEY SEEN South Manchester Conn., Aug. 5.- Is paid all the smaller that
. 'v : .' went down In ver>' concerns have cannot be accomplished unless
c..p "..'.., than IS minutes af'r j The first acts of violence in connection been absorbed the price of lime has Marshal CredMle received a iu(''*
with the strike of velvet weavers! the people of this city will raise the
t.f been advanced from 16 to 23
..'rurred Affi NEAR ODESSAI cents sage from Hheritl Waller of Montgomery *
employed at the Cheney Bros mill bushel. It Is given out tee fund* find I
.Utlr ''y r'r an hour the S.VJUIE per by I necessary to out what this morning which
INiqd v..Ur.,i with the sum I took place today. Henry Leister, a leading lime makers of this section dated
nonunion there is at this depth. This is not a that all
law man. accompanied by a that the advance is caused by the Increase information relative to the
Mt > ,ic !den; early! : tuSaj.
The Dally Sews
to :
guard consisting of four mpmliers cf' In the cost of machinery, wages project for one man's benefit, but for negro murderer, Crowell, now In

Spokane Wash, Aug. :3.-The pursuers the firm while on his way to work was and other expenses. They state that
the of the jail here, has been mailed, and let.
BATTLE good whole a
attacked by strikers. He knocked community.
AT of was
l'rs'f'y are proceeding on the while the advance is a stiff one, the !

theory that he is somewhere In th<3 down by a large stone, and is reported -price heretofore has been entirely tno: I ter containing same is expected this

western part of Lincoln! county Sheriff to have been severely injured.No low. Ii Ii i i i Shake Into Your Shoes afternoon.The .
AGUA DULGE
I! Cudih"e and Pebolt! arrived at Rear I ore else was injured. i I Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It letter is sent after pictures of

dam, 13 mil east of Davenport, at i cures painful, smarting, nervous feet
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* an early hour yesterday. having traveled ENDS HER LIFE LIGHTNING BOLT [ and ingrowing nails, and instantly the negro have been received by the
icul to The Da1: y N. ws. all Later I II Alabama sheriff
night they left for takes the sting out of corns and bun and it is thoughtthat

"""A6ItlltO 'AUK '. --A cablegram K.I wall and a telephone message from DEALS DEATH !! ions. It's the greatest comfort discovery the photographs have made a
h+ .tYtd there they left for the south, WITH ACID
at says
the .:at. '!Apartment fromdated pre I of the age. Allen's Foot- favorable impression, and that there
for the Crab rreek '.
a+ countr
m4 AUR the in- sumaoiy ) I
conveys | Ease makes tight or new shoes feel is no mistake in the prisoner.
f''TXtIttOn that P.n! Sheriff Douset, of Spokane county,
olutlonary war'fUt1l Special to The Daily News It is a certain for
: easy. cure sweating The negro quaked with fear when
la the lay that a fierce bat has a posse searching in Sprague j Special to The Daily News. 1
t'. callous and hot, tired, aching told that he was charged with
ifsi been fought at A I
t '. tae: suits! >f the' battle are not coin, i* still covering the northernend Atlanta! Aug. 5.-With a swallow of The News from Harriman, Tenn., says feet. Try it to-day, !bold by all and in a stuttering -ray tried to
carbolic acid Mrs. Mary Franklin ended
'''t k- IWB TLn government: how- of the county. It is reported: thatTracey during an electrical storm, accompanied II druggists and shoe stores. Don't deny all knowledge of the crime.
her life this morning shortly be-
let .4irr.I the tl. tM). has been seen near Odessa, in by heavy rain. William North, a 1 accept any substitute. By mail for He is in the city jail.
fore 1 o'clock at her residence, 13J:
t R.t.t".1 In the bay.I the Crab creek country.Foley's contractor, accompanied by tu workmen 25c. in stamps. Trial package FREE.
Pulliam street. She was alone In her
.. sought shelter in an unfinished Address, Allen Olmsted, LeRoy, ALL WERE SAVED.

> nr Chrr j I bedroom when she took the poison bundler Lightning struck the build N. Y. "For years! I suffered such untold
May .arll. medicine
Kidney Cure is a and when found was fast booming I ing killing Charles Daniels and misery from Bronchitis," writes J.
.ua '* $'MTat.uyrarr bat free from poisons and will cure any unconscious. Her children gathered rendering H. Johnston, of Broughton, Oa.,
.... that is not the entire party oaecnidous. TO THE BENEVOLENT.The
disease
.r.tlty r by mllliontol case of kidney about her and she died in the arms of "that often I was: unable to work.
iHr ebtlirm mhiU trfthlnj, bevond the reach: of medicine. W. Two other member of the party art Then when everything else failed I
of her ten minutes after it
ij.-c.. U lOotb..1 th. child A.D:Alemberte 121 H Palafox st. one sons in a precarious condition and are not in our midst are was wholly cured by Dr. King's '
lIaalla1a"l 11:1 ram.cur wind was known she had taken the deadly poor needingaid.
), for lito" expected to recover. Discovery for Consumption. My wife
t r.m.-.1, for lM
rrion
*.. Its* poor htll uTer..r tm-% Ball Bearing, keen cut I poison. Mrs. Franklin had been grieving I Let those who can, send moneyto suffered intensely from Asthma, till
Hold by i>ru{. uit la evt-ry part for her husband. Max Franklin j .1 cured her, and all our experiencegoes

j 4. ,lI.k Twi-nty for "M r."tt cnt in.lo.r a.t Booth-bottle ting Lawn Mowers, at the i who died four months ago. Since That you pay for extracts is important United Charities or hand to me. to show it is the best Croup

and Uk ifilllsHardware Co'sFoley's but what for medicine In the world." A trial will
no other kind her husband's death her mind hadbeen you get your J. M. DANNELLY.Try .

deranged, it is said. money is ten times more important.BlI'nr.U' convince you it's unrivaled tor

I 1. D nutrt'-.t'i:: for the Honey and Tar Vanilla costs more because THE NEWS Want column ; it Throat bottles and Lung diseases. Guaranteed
e't I price ever sold here. 50c.and $1.00. Trial bof
U 0. M. Pryor. cures colds, prevents paeumoolA Try the SEWS Want Column worth more. will pay you. ties free at W. A, D'Alemberte'a.'f





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THE. DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 8. 1802

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KING PREPARING TO MRS HUIDA.JAKEMAN" Selecting Site Aug.for 5.-Army.Major Post WalterS. is the due to the rr:fE .
J i iI Chattanooga, ECZEM system )f Pr, 41.111., ,
Schujler of the Second cavalry; or other t:::; ..
Wife of President Jakeman of Major Jefferson H. Kean of the medi poisonswhJ h ; ',

I RETURN TO LONDON Elders of the Mormon Church, i cal department, and Captain HerbertJ. way into the blood and are forced by circulation throuit;;: l'r:

Salt Lake City, Utah, Slot'um. of the quartermaster's department j and pores of .the skin causing it to burn like fire, and tl!,. e .i

I mends Lydia E. R'om-I' who compose the board of itching allows no rest night or day. Eczema appears in a !r. It ,' -t

II His Majesty Is Now Equal to i I Vegetable Compound For Woo .I survey appointed by the secretary of different forms beginning frequently as a mere redness of t.t '1>1' -I .

man's Periodic Pains. war to select a location for the now lowed by little blisters or pimples from which a clear orti .-, ;

Fatigue of Journey. : be erected Chicka- matteroozes, ,
army post to at isngtnto
-- PEAR MR". ]>iNKnAM :Itefore I I mauga park are in the city and have I SALT RHEUM or scabs ; this T!; ....:3I
knew of IMiikbain's commonly called Salt R! a
VICTORIA STATION DECORATED. Lydia: Vegetable commenced their investigation for a
\ Compound I dreaded the I acid poisons sometimes dry up the natural oils and the -' :'. >t

: I approach of the time: for my menstrual desirable spot. hard and dry, often cracking and bleeding and causing tote; '

: Hit Majesty's Return to the Capital period, as it would mean a couple of : fearful itching. This form of Eczema is known as TttUr ,,' .

Will Be Marked by a Great Demon. ) Crop Conditions Bad. attacks the hands and fet t. t'nsig'it: ', et :l
I Prattville Ala, Aug. 5. There have TETTER in the shape of pimples and blackht > ,. :*

I: stration Enroute to Buckingham I been several local showers this week, upon the face neck and shoulders .i- ? a \t.:

Palace. but the condition of the cotton cropis polluted blood, and this humiliating disease is called A ."

still very bad. The best estimate remedies afford but scant relief. The blood and system Kingat':i It. ,'

:; : :: ; : ; I: j I London, Aug. 5.-All preparations l I for the county gives not exceeding a the poison,the disease cannot reached with w ...' .h

I !I have been completed for the return cf half a crop of cotton and less than A CRE powders or other local applications. S. S S n, .: v'

King Ed waul to London tomorrow I one-fourth a crop of corn. The farm. I deteriorated blood to its normal condition,, ,.tn: t"'
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The Victoria station has been bril- ers who came in from the river sayI I sluggish organs,and all the waste matter iseliminated ..

': laintly decorated. It is expected I i I I that there are several farms on thei through the proper channels. S. S. S. makes the

1 that his majesty's return to r i i i i river that will not make better than a I blood rich sad strong, and under its tonic and invigorating -

: the ('apltal111 be marked by a great i'I bale to 10 acres. Many farms will |I effects! the general health improves, and the

I i demonstration enroute to Buckingham not make corn at all. skin becomes soft and smooth again.S. ; .

: palace. S. S. contains no minerals but is guaranteed purely \1'.:, :

. The trip to London will be made on Seale Goes With Southern. Write us if you need medical advice; this will cost '. ,.,

a royal special train, but there will be I I'I I I Mobile Ala.. Aug. 5J. X. Scale, Illustrated book on skin diseases sent free.

' 'j 1 no invalid chair or other special ar1 I I superintendent of transportation for I THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta EI.I .

rangement, as it is Mt that his majesty MRS HrUtA JAKFMAX. the Motile and Ohio has been at>- I

:, is fully equal to the fatigue of the days in Ird with mtt nbe pain and sufftrin pointed to the same position with the Rubber .
: Foley's Kidney Cure will cure all hose all
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) : journey.i I II II ?. 1 wu untUr the physicians Southern with headquarters in Wash disease, ari?inq: from disordered v QI

; ) I i care for over year without any relief, ington. Mr Seale entered the railroad kidney* or bltddpr.-W. A. D'Alem- the Willis Hardirar, I ,
I ACPTED 22 CHILDREN. i when ny :,ttrntisn wag called tn Lydia business as messenger: boy on berte:121 S. Palafox.
E. 1'iukh.ii.v2vtilU' (Compound hy I'jlij-ltalt-.im nrurtr..t'et "
-i I several of ,ntr Tiirnioii omen lvho I the Mobile and Ohio in lSS1. I I laukra a"Cecily u.a jl w.1 .l'wd
: N'r. and Mrs. Shandrow Take Charge i iI had been roved through its use. .
i I Arts j Pocket cutler and scissors You will have nir- ,. .
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I of Whole Orphan Asylum. i j I I 1 bf : I So'ith Ha\tn. Mich., Au$;. S.-Mr. prove :rralu.ily' in h 'r.lth. and after St. Louis Ails:::. .".-The contract for \ from the finest to the aWIl flower rouud.garden-Your ti''.,' .

( i and! Mrs John Shandrow. of South Ha-;;i the cum pi v.,l t..I."f 1 six n.t"f.L J.ittlis\ !anti r.y fur health over was t'tcyears the ron.stiuttioii of the Liberal! Arts ':cheapest at the JVi II isJIarIware :a home and he can mi'I'< *
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yen have adopted a whole orphan asI > 1 h.I1..1". ,tl.'f -ithe or pain. buihliiig has been awarded by the !! Co. though he may ti! KI': ,

: I I him. children in all. l't rn h.\e.i truly \mtiiVrful remedy fill Louisiana fln'ompany for iverywoman want-

: i I l : : | The -2 children are not all infants nimi-n. Very s'-ctroly: yours. MK! <. $4j.CI'ltI.; The buililing must be completed I own, and if "he will I I.s': .

: I ;>om ot them are bright, rm, -.h..k..1 1 1uu.ngKteis 11 lni\.T \Kni Ii. Salt r.: k'jh': .[ tdL' b>' April I. 1:103: in time for th MlinVlr'r.UY.: Thus. C. Watson & l.o.
-$5UJ '." iit 'f "') ve t..tl"i n'''/15 not giiu're | The take"thi.mpth..c.ltIerinor leading Heal Ksiat" A _
already old enough:; to ?tI dedicatory ceremony of the exposition undersigned
to school.! ..II..t a." Mn' ly sin 3r .Talv.i- | )f ) her services aa can show her how i .

i i : : .Mr and Mrs. Sandrow have made nlanlva.eured j *t-i\urt-lj Mill -- | fir,;'- ,h"i licensed midwife, !laving -1 n.*>.
Lydia: I:. 1'inkhamS Vegetable; I New Eu.liiog for Jacksonville had 3i year- exiifrifiici *-, I --- ---
i more than a competence on their !" I., CiiiuiKiiind cure every Wllllian Jacksonville. Fin! Au?. 5.-Plans arnow i Can give bet of rferrure* front Buy a new ;ar'fi'om .
: acre: fruit farm an. it has been th M '
rutfering from any lorm uf female ; being made for the design of a ;' leading physician- this city. the ll'illix 11'1'
: lifelong regret that children have not /- handsome MRS M. OiDDKXfjltf -.
jilt.lir't.1'inkhntr. four-story brick and) stone
-r been born to then 114 l South DeVillier-
: : advNesMck MIS- business block to be erected on th' Company.KTKTHINOPOWDERSn .
!I To please his wife Shandrow wrote men free. Address, Lynn, ?Iiss. I south side of Day street between :a'l1 -
to the Smith Foundling hospital in II and Laura the
I streets oc McCo&.hie
f.: l Minneapolis I asking them to send him bat DR.MORFETT'S Cores CftolsriDiarrhoea.! -rr.'

1 several: chilrtreu for a summer's out !,'nun's For Floor. i .!)' ,
,I jugs; with 'he privil'S of choosms Oak stain is evade by ii\iz tojeth j jer ---- the Bo.erfr i ?

I from them in case he should want I.. :i p.nt of bo.lfd: linseed: ,,::1. a ,trill His Sight Threatened y> : t MI1K1 Children IrA i> t .-

;j' : j adopt a boy. The Minneapolis InsJtution !- and a half of turpeatini, three t.iUk1- I'' "While picnicking la-t month my easyfs ( Aids theBu.elsata.Digestion H,.,'. :' ,

;j is a small one and the manage !'1"Hmfnlo, of raw uuihor. three lalll'-! year-old! boy wa poNonpd by the Child ItTLLTiII1h
meat promptly fonard the visible i I'I"JI\1fllls of wbitil1 Mahn-uny !stain some weed or plant! ," .ays \\'. H. Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, and IA11jx
I Iaw is wade with one of boiled oil. 'I''I'I Dibble, of :Sioux City la. "He rub ( Ur mail 25 yenta to
J supply of children over three years 01 pint a 2giy+ C. J. MOFFETT. M. Dn ST. LOUIS MO
bed the poHoiioil hi; hands Il tfl his;
pill and a half of turi-tntine.! three ta- ATLANTA tw
-no less than 22: :! boys and girls. ,
eyesand for awhile we were afraidhe har< banlle't I>r M ilMfi TfETHINA Teething Pow let* rt-r ir u not i r.tn
I Mr. and Mrs. Shandrow: are devout blespaunfuls of burnt sil'lIna. three! tableslnntuli would lose liN sight. Finally: a and tnitlt aa u pr, now am'iltotvi irthrt-c hun.lr..J .
crosi pee hair -hiiareri strong evi urn ifitsmrri u
:I Metholils and an amusing sight; wa : of whitinir, half a tablesp.Mmful neighbor recommended DeWitt's1Virch Lgivmg10thmahentti.. untrvt,rth-y.vrthug tleciuauy >anteraii-!. ff.
_ !i enacted when they discovered that i of yello'ocherhalf a tablespoonful I Hazel -:11\1' The first application hot bun it Uhrt)Ulrao quickly UieUoaUriuK Tllb-'I. -1 LAMAH I' teeiine it KvNKIS DRT'O CO wt.i

part of the: children had never be.'a i i of bismarck: brown" and half helped him and in a few days
l I I a tablespoonful of aniline blu-k.: .\ i he was :u* well us ever." For skindiseae

; i I baptized.summoned: The and eight minister of the was little promptly ones little of the stain should be tried on a I i ipkce ''. cut*, burn scaldwounda, BOYS and GIRLS !J money PovoulIIhblODlak.(lining nan III,

of board before trying it oi any insect biteDeVitt's Witch HazelS ,, --o, you Ciii readily diing ,
L christened at once They have just : i- ure curp. Celievepiles at our Blueine." III per rent, i'oniiiilion on all -ali >: An intli-pi-n+ tlJ
i. \ articles of furniture: or a Hour. The': Imiiiifholil usr hvtrj luily iiflightrd "ht-n II.I'.t.. n. din- tint inak
1. | decided to adopt all ot them of whom i' shade of color may Ire dreriutl or I j once. iJeware of counterfeit. Hari Blur-aatrryou e\rr used In tilt a-li. Writs' lotla} before you ttnltooonie > ..
* they are (APesiveiv! fond !i is' Pharmacy John heppard., Sid one ease. aiidncwlll n-nd by rt-iurn lIIall. our cluzi-n | a-kage. ,il "BI'IN f.
\ lightened by inero'ising or diuiinistilng When have sold them .. .
I' Kahn. you return n- \Ur retaining all bnlanc-' fUr., a- "" .
.t I ney ,1011 Ionot delay, "U write.. at onot-
4 the coloring matter. The stain should '
j WANTED HER CHANGE. i, i .\\\tln...., ca.JlI'1: l'HINJ: ( o. |l<-.r. (' IS Itox n1 I'lola I',
f |II'e rubbed into the wood and after a .

| day or two the door rubbed hard with ;, IF YOU ARE
. 1\\ h) Tlii "Married linn lln (t1:11 ,
i i a soft woolen cloth. ,
'loini; In solve Hit- 1'rolilcin.
| "The other day," said the man with ,I -- | LOOKING FOR BARGAINS Turninaithesignand
.' To Get Hid of Ant and Mothn. ,
I' the tiled !look "any wife anti I were
t | A T'uuest'hou"dl'l'llt'r claims that
due t.) run over to I Baltimore to attend
:; i tho wetliiing of an old bachelor pal of !I a !localitj cau bo uaduery ofleiisiM' For the next ten days I will sell :) secure the most delicious bass;

| 'I mine who took it into his head to jump (: to nuts or to moths by soakiuz wads 'iI you any article now in stock at a il frg ;; of beer yet produced in America
. of cotton in oil of cedar and placing : _
t off late in life. 1 had a lot of work! them oa the shrives or in the drawers discount of 2:> per cent from the regular -
to attend to at the otiic-v that mornln, Ito f i i
i I and to I told my wife I'for.Iartin;: be protected.' She also says that i icaipets I price. Think of it-you will $ He drinks best jiho drhksPbst! \

1 may be protected from moths saveon: a diamond ring or pin,
for the othcv that IM meet her downtown '
{ I by an application of turpentine and where at regular! price it would cot : :
All Pabsl Beer brewed from
:at any plate she named. She: li R specially prf'rltrt"d- ,
t named ono of the I' street department cold water one tablespoonful of the : flOO.see: ; you save 2:; cent on r malt molted in accordance with the f>.*f German uelttoda ;

i stor.-s said tint she had to buy apiece : turpentine to a quart of cold water. I every dollar's worth you buy. Nowis Our hops are the host that mono) can procure i iI
i : : 1'irt the carpet thoroughly '
of neck rililxm- and I t-ol.lllt'r I'd feweep i the time to buy your diamonds or I
a : th..uu: over each breadth with a !i PABST BREWING CO.
pick her up there about twenty minutes watch or any other article in tock I
sponge dipped ii the mixture and rub :
before train tint s.r" to give u< Call and examine
che'ip.
: I i dry with a clean cloth. This will very
ample time to uake the station. -ALSOFINE : -
I good; Remember this otter i; for
"I was aloft four minutes late In atmosphere I II .
of the room besides dJseouragin. only ten days. No trouble to show ,
making the! department store, ovvin tu
:; '
: I .; the moths. ijood*. J.I.STEPHENS. j
I i uy iniiiHTsicni in the stack of work ou WINES LIQUORS, ETC
112 South Pal ifox street. '
i my desk! : and so I was in a ;:ood deal ,I ,

i i of a lather when I galloped: into the A YOUf'G LADY'S LIFE SAVED. I,!

| store. I found wife standing in ., '
my
The finet line of umbrellas the
in S. A. FRIEDMAN.
At Panama Colombia
i i front of the ribbon counter lookingworri by Chamberlain'sColic
city i; at J. I. Htppnens'. Go look
Cholera
I *!. and Diarrhoea at them.
'I'm waiting! for my chancefhe 1 Remedy.Dr. I 1O. BOX JIH. TtLta'lIo1: ;
I said. Cha-: H. 1'ttnr. a prominent

j 'Well.: said I. 'we've pot to hustle: : phy-ici: of I'atianii. C'dombi: in wish the :

I I we'\e only rot about eleven mintdesnow a recent letter statp : "Li-t March ice calla freezer at 11every ,,
TRY THE WSWANT t tUMN !
to make the station. I had as a patient a young ladyix- (:
the Willis
lowest price ,
I j 'Itut.: said she 1 can't I..n111)' teen year of age; who had a very .

I I! chan'e.an.. IV bad attack of lh.. -..ntfor\.'. 1:verse- I Hardware Co. can please ;\
"Yi'hiif.s the matter with 'I
yourI thinij I pre-cribed for her proved in- you. i!
I change? How Ions ve you lain waiting i I
ellectuil anJ -1!
e warowing worse iAHCKEcScCO.
j for ItI asked her.

: 'Aliout tea iiiinut.' she answered. every hour. Her parentwere -ure We will launder your spreads foi
i| she would die. the: had bpcome 15 cents each and make them look i
The trolley thins that sends bark
( you weak thathe coul I not turn over ill like: uw. Star Laundry.
your chanfre has got out of order but bfd. What to do at thi-; critical i Plumber Gas and Steam fitter

I they're tiiins it, and I'll have my moment w-n a study for me. but 1 ,
j I .halite in a minute.: thought of Chamh tlain's Colic : Water coolers that do not

| "1 wa*. as 1 say, in n good deal of a I Cholera: and Inrrlu-t Ice'uledy and waste ice, at the Willis No. i> South Palafox Street

I team, but I Lad it doped out that perhaps as a la-t re-ort pr. .crib.t It. Thr- ,' All Kinds 01 Plambin: and Oa-t Kitting Material Kep 'II' F. 1
most Wonderfulrrult wa tlfecffd.Within Hardware Co.'s.WilEKLY .
: : i she! hud given the saleswoman a I.'pwnN" fI1'1',1 q 11.4.eAYe
.
ho irhp 'lir. -
eight wife( _
: i bill of eoiisidorable size. and 1 felt that
much better : inside of three day
I IC1IKL Lit
there was nothing to do but 1 lie patient
she was upon her fart and at the end 4
I I'and wait till! the change trolley got of one week Wl- Pntuely well. tor4ale FOR STEAM DIVISION ]VL.1.A..v-ersT:

ti.wl. although I was pretty busy look- by all dru/iji-ts and medicine tKN9COLA fc.LI.CllMCTKU.1il.tAK q
i ing; at ui\ wateh. dealer

: I "Well after a wait of the minutes ----- --- ----- AI MS AY COMPANY. 81:1':8':01 1'" AVERY \\ ll.l-'ll.l.

I : the trolley got in running shape again. I'.... Ornng'. Tn '..nl... Train leave Pvn-acola for the LlttiKaroo IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
I and then about two minutes later the It is considered a \erj healthful tiling Hilt liayoa, arrmgtoa, N&TJ Yin
i' little: box cattle n.sliding our way the to eat an orange; before breakfast. Hut and Fort harrancas at
saleswoman $) *.in.arrive at Kort Harraacai 1:15aa
oH-n 'd it up and dumped who can eat an orang: well? On. 10uu: a.m.arrive at Fort H"rrBtncBtIIQ:6b a.altlOp.m.arrl6Btt HARDWARE.
the contents into her hand and then I mint t'o tot.aill:; to see that done. The 1-ort Karraaoai 145pa

handed over to my wife-well, what senorita cuts off the niid with hers.Iver l.0p. m. arrive at tort Barrancat ':15 p D .

d'ye supps-e-a c-eut. one little, tneas-I knife, then puttin.; her fork Int-i '<8:00:15a.p.in.m arrive arrive at at Fort Kort I'.arraacan Karr&ncai S.iSp.c fuop E! Iron Nail, Axe<, ho.I I-. >"fiw Mill and -rin.n

ly. c-omuion, onnery. trifling: frivolous the |Mili>il fruit. aloe ,'taIL..s'r\' Train. eave Fort liarrancai for Penn Supplies. Cooking and Heatingt"ve.. Pain' "
.
oola at Window Ola-s. Gun. PisroU and FI'I''k.! .
i i no are'onut one penny piece! That was uiortl with her pearly teeth and eon

her vliauge.; :' tinues in eat the orange without losing 11 7Ua:UU p m.m.arrive arrive at at Pensacola l'tln.acola.hl1t6. ra a p.. n n Agate and Tiin\arc ana Jloll et'ill'11isiiiii ( al1u\{ '

I I "We misxed the train and had to a drop of the juice and lays down the t:0) p. m. arrive at Penaacola 2.43 ...L
take one an hour later and we got : C'OI'Utl1 the fork still in it. 5t) p m arrive at Hem&cola .... 5.11 P n L>l 'AGEXriFOK BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL lO'H'.3: !
7:0> m.arrlTeat Pentacola_. 7:45 ,
i' over to Iialtinn-re :l1>out half an hour I 0Jj:,5 p p. m. arrive Pen.acola.__ .80i p> rs Revere Giant Stitched I'.eltin! ?. Northampton I-;!
after my old pal had teen tied up In ( Orlopn FOP Dlnnrr. tnra jionlj Wheel Co., Iftin & Rand I'uWcUr Co., Johnson n '
his tfffttf i'fK'f. T As.t rot W Kit D ITS. .minE', Iroll Kin;: and Kuck stoves and Ilanv 11
Qctaruset. .nee ( .((( ,(( .
(!ct\ ( !( ( o (a'nMxts .
> 'S> l>n )];) 4 ,. h S' ; Sca.. fS\d.. Glee Laaf4Fc. cc'- 'tr .
"{'IM. Fet0.* W ;(<: (t ttg ttSQ..J to \\,..,. .. S YFDDJ)1D JI)))J) >'))1>' >>I' M DA > "b
i au' >ascex) bDD )1 YDkDa)1D1b., 'Eva )DO TY1D7D_ 2PCD )1aQe Aalrant} 4:.>)hot ".
mesa 't-ell"-Washinton: Pi.t.A \ to attack d }(froica la th"ic ooatsVLen )>aDla 14)Palmetto BeacS and rarx 15i

; \ this hideous monster assumes / SCKDAT .CH CDrDC. Masonic Tftmpi Prn arnt f

World Wide Reputation. ,: the aggressive, the only chance the : open When coaclivt.Uav weather. permits the running o

Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera and I tishcrnien hate is to lop off the tent. i iI ( Peoiaoola LT Fort Barrt&e W. B. COfflPilK.i Y

Diarncct.t Remedy ha* a world wide des of tie: beast. Failing this tUlioat <. la. m. 10 .. m. F. WRIGHT .
,
I 11. m n m .
'..-
be
rput1t'''c for it* cureR never ciay upset and the tneuiraszo 1pm. S p. m r. t >
f iti mid i It plpa-uit :and *afpto take.
rale by all dru vi.t* and! deal.er valued in Japan as au article of food I p. m p p.m.'p.1I1 m,. \ "..

*. -------- ( p. m. 8pm, : ,RLUMBER LATHS
9p. u r D.m.read f-- T ,
Many ppron-; thi- communi'v 1
'
FORCDAT ,
F3TdFLx1'L.9eati r'
i t3. ir9 k'i ltd Nae Mari &1;'; who ir" iutferiujfrnin could: avoid fatal kidul'coI1hif.t r"i-ilt! bv u-- saiacoiaio tarflaar ort"tnrnPniteoi Birraneai_.__Nary__ .. illJl-I ;J 'SATED CYPRESS SflINGLIS..K ,:':c : w "
to f 'tp,uo Jieaoh 1:11r.tllr'
3,1atcro: If"-;' ItlZ Koley's Kidney: Cure. W. A ._______ 160 .QJ.3
( of -( ? D'AleiEbrte 121: S Palifox. :010 fr 'eM elv.eirtpr2:15p.m. .._. PEN i3ACOLA FLAr







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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 61902.

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A ChnrrhinnnVVlt.. I The Story of the Ticket.

uDrLJg CATARRH Wayne Iu\"ca ArehLishop) : "Every ticket has its story," saId a

;i5t and (: '(irge I!. Huberts jirej-iiient man nrqnaintctl with the pawnshops Save the Children

tin'! I'eniisylvania I'railroad were I and one of the sad litte! tales which

"J low U-ts at a banquet given in he told is repeated by the 1'Liladelphia
It bitter cold All stomach and bowel troubles in child or adult are
L"nou leigue! 1>1'\l'ral years before Tc-U'grapk. was a day, .
tIt el ot :>.1. IJoiu-rts.' >ir. ; \'(' I and a mite ('f a toy not over nine due to a single cause-Indigestion.
$ $ Flux colic cholera morbus diarrhoea and
dysentery
at tie time was the: legal adviser of years old, Lad come wrapitHl In his all complaints of like nature, are the resultof undigested

"pi'-msj." SOUKchaff' in the \',' i overcoat. This i>e iiee'unl: off cnO lit"- 5 foods fermenting in the tot mach. The only way to
_
>f l..r of railrc.ding: tnrkMl a I'U!>:': posited it upon tr.c pawnbroUir's iun .; S prevent fever and to cure such troubles without injury

11.( conversation of the cuiiing. ter. to the membranes lining: the stomach is to restore
wya "Give a dollar 'n' quarterV" l.e asked perfect digestion.
y % ; the law.si r. following up a (' -
paid the prt-late by the prcsiilent: 1 In pleading tones. Digests
COLD I HEAD "y uur prai-e. in return you I "Dollar." said the money It tideI'. I I"Oh .5 / Knnni
What You Eat
'I ,r 1*.t.. anll11I..11.. give the worthy Mr. Itoberts please ghe me I; dollar 'n aquarter" 1 j
a
to" 'S tiic at l)ruzil=tsK' i"Can't I II Kodol is the new discovery which cures all stomach
pass to hea\en. j .
and bowel troubles by removing the This famous
cau e.
Y BU'tTIIEKSMAIL do It. Dollar. >
;..... \ork. "I should willingly do so. :; remedy checks fermentation ,
-
p'IrI : cleanses, purifies and
S S The almost and he
boy
was crying. j
IIi grace "but for one reason-1 I> I sweetens thestomach. Kodol digests all classes of food and gives to the body
-- lit care to l-e the means of (' : ;; I Ii bogged earnestly for the sum he asked. all of the nourishment, health and strength it contains.

,: him frou Ills cOUl, d in the world I|i "I want to get roy sister's coat out," Cures lndlge tlon. Dyspepsia and all Stomach Troubles. .

S ; IN TOWN. )'UII,]."I'LiladelpLia Times. he said as he laid down b cents ns interest "Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is just the thing for dyspepsia and stomach troubles. It hU
'I helped me more than anything else la a IonIC standing case vt catarrh of the tom ch."-
.. money. This proposition the Oaoar King,Cherry \ alley,N. V.
I .iha. Hull- tlritniiniu Variations. pawnbroker accepted, an'd the boy 1'rpparej only by K. C IVWltt & Co.. Chicago. Sold by all faith-re.
S i .e !!prln;!!.
rr.uunta.ira. One of tLe English papers gives I went slmwins Into the cold with hissic'ter's ORe Mlnutfltu"b-cnre: The '.'\ "l'' ImuseholU remeilf for coughs, colds, croup
brouchltli. grippe, thru** aud lung trouble It CDftlloJohn
S ir iut-n wing I answers of certain board school i coat. I

,it.l tennis who were asked ti) write down I "Is your sister going to a dance to- rheppardHargi3' 1'harmacytSidney Kahn.

n ) thvmcan; 0 whole IT part of the chorus of I nlUa bystander asked him.

ui.U tickle- I P-rltannia." One of them gave the "No. sir; luom's been sick, an' Magpie I His i'nlamil,. -
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had to hock her coat fur feed. She's
I line as "Uoyl P.rlck Tanner P.rick Chappie 1 knelt befoul !her and:

S ,'!I for lovers; iicr ruli-s the wvv" a second 1>,';;: ; ; pot a jfllt l now, an', she's pot; to have a asked her to be my wife. i iChollie
." i-.ify bowers; I with "Kore Ilritauier," while a coat to po to M ork in. donUt} mind the II
.. I -And she wejeeted you?
I
i iu share them cold I'm used to it." I
;
I1th'ml'h',111'bul' ,' verse. TLis was
.
1'hal'ieYaas.t'Ia'lhieThat c
::> r.dtns hours. I i iII S
\ersion: "TLe nations not so blest 1 was wough. '

:IL I Le but Mill in stern but still II The Sootrli Halfpenny.Eniributuon l'hal'l-il'-Ya.as. I pot my twousahsbagged '
!t.lh.: score.irt.i are familiar with the
the flicker/
CoiLiaost all this
was i at the knees tr nothing ball
t1. .ill Lave leftS
I CLelUr cf tLe ..tailllll
-if the I.or.. I I sang the Strang:; P.ulblatanya halfpenny, but to few does it bring the

woves the wa es for P.ritains, never association of a baby queen and loyal Then She 1C:I used Him. Sr1iu % ,

..zz&. b slain. I people. Those who meet with the word have not kissed me," she lout /
kke refrain, I
S \\ ; < m ,
in their reading ilo not often to "
.- iti.d 1 PIK'" I stop ed. (tir fifteen minutes
,!:. i.iln; ', E....!' I'.iiuuub. i .T-k: ho %' it came to IK applied. It ap- "1 know it." lie saiil. ''I have a very i

1' Mr. Harry uV \\ lltlt in his I' I''ars that the first attempt at the portraiture Sensitive tooth, which is liable to ache

'i .I.r.me! t..poor,,'n, fellow!) | "nnlaud as It Is." tell* of a I' I of the unfortunate Mary, it I do."

S I'.solmK U-tU-rs; Anilree, the arctic cxi'lorer. Jat queen of Scots was made in her infancy "What do you mean, sir: ?"

I t -> i mlnc down. fore his List xoyage; Le was and her small face was engraved "Why you arc so sn eet, you know!"

I distraction a dinner party by a I upon the Scottish: halfpenniesat "
.1 LUII"h
S g.
-i lirt-trits blow I, ative neighbor."P.ut I tile time of her coronation in 1543 I \\ here It HHoiiB" I

.5. r.;.:m Wda.I Low will you know wLen she was but nine months old. : "Why do they i-ut the nation's flagon !

I ;k- drifted snow. I wLcu you lane really crowed the I A number of these small coins are still i top of the scboclhouseV" asked the I I Ii Preserving Time

>" nl and lonely (?) I 1ii.lt'ris one of the many silly I preservetl and it will be easily understood I teacher who wanted to instill a patriotic -I
_.. .
: I I l how the "bawbee,"
." < s lUlU (jou-". I tions. name or lesson. I I ill the kitchen i< robbed of its; terrors
.. ::. the' evenlzg. "Oh. that will be simple enough baby came to be given to the coin ""Please ma'am." answered the head

S i n:." l.oats. I dame," replied Audree with his bearing the effigy: of the baby. The boy, "it's because the pole is there."- by u"ing a GAS: STOVE. This is a

,r The rush li awful!I" known dry humor. "A north wind j jIIl'l'lte j j balfl'nny of Scotland still common- Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.
veritable boon to the housewife.
.. r"I'Y a south one!" iy called tile bawlte although: the

S .' : \.\1.lle she. cona It, I baby face no longer appears on it.Pearson's. .- Quick.Relief for Asthma Sufferers. heat, no dirt ; saves time, labor and
5 t. -
r "P' 1M-U of :\..g1eet. I Foley's Honey and Tar affords immediate -I

Mrr out sailing Louis XVII.. titular king; of relief to a-thma suBerers in worry. With it you have clean}(-
S "." ( .11:0.., died In 1 A Cure for Cholera Infantum.I I the worst stage* and if taken in time
the unfortunate dauphin, ness, comfort, conveniences and
I I
!
.i iillws will effect a cure. W. A. D'Alem-
..i.th for two. Temple of Paris of abuse and (' ; "Last May," says Mrs. Curtis
Ni-w York I'rt'u. I His body was identified and i Baker of Hookwalter, Ohio, "an infant berte, 121 S. Palafox.If economy. A full line of Gas Ranges,

-- --- .I to by four members of the (' i child from of cholera our neighbor's;infantum.was The suffering I for sale at lowest prices by the

of public! safety and by more I I doctor had given up all hopes of recovery. -,I you want a nice present to giveto

6 twenty officials of the temple. I I took a bottle of U1uamtrlain's a friend, go and look through; the !
7f mains were privately buried in I 1 I Colic, Chulera and DiarrheaRemedy I elegant line of suitable articles at ; Peosacola Gas Co

: cemetery of St. Marguerite, and I I to the house. telling; them J. I. Htephens, you surely can find 1somethinA' ,,

S every boi: c.f the genuine: trace of the grave was carefully () I : I I that I felt sure it would do good if ,, to please you. If you 25 and 27 E. Garden St., Pensaccla, Fla.
S >.>.\ \\ uurno'Quinine TabtsS crated. .. : used according to directions. In two ;I want anything in the Diamond line ;
I II
I
run.a roltl in one iaj. j! '1, days' time the child had fully recovered be sure to see him before you bar,
|I
__ i iI The Women of 'ur'ho" i I I I and i* now ( nearly a year ,

.5 finf (i good Ded-\\ There is a grand old f-tory told a I '! since) a vizorou. healthy/ pirl. I I CHOICESTOF

the supreme devotion Ufciiluyod by j i have recommended this remedy frequently -i You can get house :
for your
Crib tile !
.5 'I i II r \ j I and have never known it to
j I
Marxian (S' women of Carthage.VLeii their j : !'fail in anv single instance." For furnished comjeteut Marsi -
S < was besieged! I by the Uotnans.

I SI I Iuu were milled; ; but us there was no I i :,1 I, sale dealers.by all druggists; :J.ullmedicine on $ fJll 1w'sonensy pay- f FRUITS. AND CONFECTIONERY ij [ f fAi'

to make them iu the city the 1 ---- ---- --- jnents, weekly or monthly.

4 --"- ;..:;x"BU -""""' '''''-- -_ I headed by their heroic queen, I!i I Fo ey's Kidney Cure I: I -
the rescue. They one and all cut i

n FOR their glorious tresses and made :i i' nukes kidneys and bladder right PROFESSIONAL CARDS.I S C. APOSTLE'S

I'.1 .. .._..,
of their Lair.
out "..; --------- ,
THE PtflPLE.y ; .t :\t.oI..onlo&;.
I W. C. ROWE, M. D.
At a Ii"ronlil. A Massachusetts cook who has ag'Utl 14 East GflyercffleDt St.

: I t \ v\ irj \o..t.. \ tin .1 Cent, "Kdward," she sighed I, "when 1 ; ,: word to say about the value of i Office: ITS S. I'alafoi. ,

,,' auJ f vcrHrrJ i.. Keadll your notes my Lopes are raised I ; i-t'ac'-oflifli; in cooking makes some sugaloug H our* from s ton::"a.mand i I to ii p. m Formerly Cordova Restaurant stand

::5 \ I venhihlv.( Lappiness." :j I t1'.tioUI_ this line which will be { and after 7 o'clock One car.load of Pineapples at 11.75

.I "y('1'." Le answered moodily, "1 I novel to many people. For instance I I rlaono GC3. I to $2.00 per dozen.

.' was able to raIse nu}thing on niy I I she seasons: apple pie with three tablespoonfuls I
10"1\
IOI.';:
f.1 excel't lii'l-e." | of freshly made Japan tea.

i | bilked: beans with a halt cupful of : LAW DEPARTMENT
.
i l W 'u- '!I"jd farnl- '
'I .' -. I nil kind of pur- Kri-nt- 'I' \\ ttb 1'.1. !I; sweet cream during the last hour of

i- h ,yItrlctt' t "YI'UI Ill be married within a 3'( j: baking corned beef Lash with cayennellult. -OKi -
S I I > to ,\. A. I Is t ihvr. I i : '!'
,
continued the fortune teller.! fresh meats with a tablespoonful -
._ : / of brown and fish with cider !
John
me: exclaimed the lady who j sugar i B. Stetson University

\1\ -."null.i iinuroved K nounu real at low e ready married. "I shall Lave to 'I ; vim;:ar. _ ,

1 ii on L..-lle K. Krooki. | i\orcc priiccediugs at once."- : ; fiood ; Do Xj/\iaci, Floi-idn.
Trlpp'n
... ShootltiK.
I -> 1'itUfox: St.. Fih.ruilin i
) I'u"1. I Ernest Tripp now Lolds the fiying JOHN 1'.I"OIUU-S.I'h. U..I'cl''lIll'lit.t.lUnTJ.. FAltUAII, Lii. n.. Dean

ML'I 1 > % \ -I". you n.-..d money1! The systematic use of capital I target championship cf Indiana, having Pall I I 'iVnii ('(iiiiniciKcs A\Y this honor
won recently at Muncie
iMirruw amount want .
itnjr you iu writii g and )oI'lutln"'ll not TWO YKAKS t U'RSK-ThH I.HW lpartnientofJohn K.
Metson
,-I. *: teriii and lowest tlttsbI..in .. I with a score of 02 out of 100.CONSUMPTlO'll a two-years'course. University give
I leadmij to the degree: of LL. H.
uiitl!! 1.Iont tin lJjl .
mon y--
l reali
'1. : in pro*c< city DKOKKK '
ADMI I $ To TH E KAU-The of
diploma the Law Department of
i Win. t'\b"r. R'l, Houth l'&la' i THREATENS.I Stefon "nl\'II\'l\dllllt, 10 t1i. P,,... John B.
'
lu.N -:f A ( Olifrnslon.i I ,
: i M'KTHKK I:> K ki.d In r on the balcony; wa troubled with a hacking i t sired iiifortudtiou re (Hrdinc the Liw I'cparttiientaddres.
I .\.NT TO .KOUKOW ..tCl\tY :; I tliui.fht (C'S, li-r taint cough for a year and I thought I had ALI5KKT J. FAJJUAH Dean of Law Department:
S v..In.ur.$ tour pr'

... : consumption. says C. Unjrer, 211 De Land, Fla.
<>( !.tI buy or sell rral firty !i That I had earned a saint!
i >- of any dn-cnption, have !/ Maple St., Champaign, 111. "I tried """ "" "

S,I I'or....your Th"lino I". Wat Rllendfd'.on ,t Co.to, Hi- ki.--=nl hrr on the balcony; j I a great many remedies and I was Under i
I ; n.ur..nc.. a".nls.. Fcnsaru -j .\1, < .iii I 1<11. alack! the care of physician* for everal
>- mo l t>-r"t? To everyone Th. direful truth of woman's I !' month I u'ed one /bottle of Koley'* Tulane University of Louisiana.
.. < :uit frxin u. .e .ill Ipud moneyt w-htr-1lbs-hlm-Lalk: I Hmand Tar. It cured me, and! 11:
,
S b>nld boute. Hd-tf -Atlanta
5' A "
j i Lave "not been troubled it1ce. Ne'VV Qi1oiii.iei.EDWIN .

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r Hit -.\ L.1;. 'ou n"d -- --

L I t ,,cr.-. iif timbetert on &I OSTETTER uIT..r (rolllII I ; BANNER SALVE/, A. ALDERMAN, LLD., President.
r "I. itiMxl N-r<(om (lllum,
: the most healing aaiva thAt world.
I'rii'e *...Vi(.old "' ithin nc.M CLLEBRA19 Sick Full Course In Laneu"ie;. Science". Knzlneerlnsr-: :Medicine Pharmacy, Art.
>iullli. cart- .police ,taI ion ".. .seven separate! l>ep''rtiiiHiiis. Sixteen Huildin {<. Kxtenilro Librari.LaOoratorieg
.11' B" and Workfehop bplendid bepartnient for Women In the Newcomb t'ullege.
"I Marston $ Juina have :
Tulane m"kI'51I'a1..nlo all!)
r.atuleucy I vocation facilities for Instruction
I !'\ K Ta deilrable lot In : '3-: are unsurn ed
, inn t > ,
1 some very nice Dressers and in tbtt loutll ; ( -- instructor and liSJ: students last session. :Many
s ty on S.ao y tt-rnn by the KUberite In theaeadsnitcdpairtiiisnt to scholarship!
...... : open Louisiana boys. Expenses: of scholarship student
ha > "'j' outh Palafoil : I'
-, A.ncy. 'ntm Wash Stands very cheap. : tli for cession. Hoard and lodging in dormitories. at low rates. Opportunities afforded
academic student- for felf-belp. 1 nib. Academic
1 College.
: ) boy, If
.
properly
-- --- Just the thing to go with : for collese work will Returned away from iua!>:luy to pay tuition. :Next session prepared be.
lit 'I' \\ aiiifil '$lilh.1 : : t If you will I gin!UctoUl'r 1st. Send for
I Catalogue.Addre.'i.
tike ; Iron Beds. '
-- u, n ic. K. BKUKK i4ecretary.FGO .
ataloilur explain, 0 W ..... the I'.itter. i ilurl' I :
M. ----
each -
... .k. Mnlerul S ------ -- ---- -- -
-
> r ileliieuht It .ill : -- -- -----
S .,. 'rl""II'. 1.1\ cure tll..-.. !I:,
ea,.s. THY ':

in.ilc ll ,'li' 'nllh'I. SITTERS and. see lor} :i 'j -= TO44S
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I I / '
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\ "Ii laflarslol.lttfl b"'rQr"8In.
OA.STpn.IA.: :
4 tS. ma"aie or chironodj.nj'ureii. '
t S Writ today. :.MolerII Bears the 1 3 Kird YJJ Haie .wrs B I
.. S 'rI..au.. t.l\ "UHf j F. E.
&znture /f4-- j BRAWNER'S.

\\ A >TIiI ). .

\, if A cool .Klicltor; .lll payS
". ..iiioiixioii to rllit one Ad.
: t. ar.. tti. 1I1!:(... Illllt DR. KING'STRY -For Seven Days we will Offer the Following Prices:-< ,

I i 1-. \ "un :01..0 from toc"mblat : NEW
,
.
at once I. prepare for POMfnm
S ...., .- ..nt Service. Apply to
.54 I .ir-i-. ln>l..letar Kapuii. I.a. FOR THAT COLD. 20 doz Men's French Neck, drop. 2i%) Pair Men" New Orleans Hewed You should look
lj1Im.dt. stiched, undershirts for :ljc: drawersto at our line of
TAKE NO match. ; or Cable Screwed Shoes, for this sale, Ladies' High and Low Cut Shoes
$1.20 olid leather.
\\ "n.II-1I kindi 01 empty beer Cures ; We can save you money.'
I>"UI., $. A.KIIDAK. DOTVtfiruv. 25' doz Men's Fancy Striped Lace
Colds Bronchitis and Plain, Silk Finished, Balbrigan 175 Pairs Men's; Hand Hewed Vici 1,000 yards Lawn, fast colored-
1''' Undershirts at 43c each ; drawers to Kid Shoes in four different shape worth 8's'c, to close at 5c yard.

S t '-- -.- Pneumonia,Hay F erer, match. ,. toes ; regular |1, for this sale $2.95: a WJ X.Bar Muslin, regular 7o
IHMH KKUWN
LKUHOKXSftf :
, r tock aaJ Kg: :<' tor tale.I risy, LaGrippe, 10 doz Men X-Bar Undershirts, pair.I goods to close at 4}-'C yard.

5- -- .t WuiiilUrlwareOo'i. lWstf- Sore Throat Croup worth 5IJc. for 40c ; drawers to match. have bought the full line of Levy. to 1,000 cloe yards Unbleached Dome tia'

IIA ilL C. ( ( ) I)4.! I 25 doz Men's Scriven Patent, seam Pou Co. boys' shoes that I will closeout at Hc
"___.u_,_". .. __. Whooping Cough. 1.000 yards Best Check
""HM 1ir.IIUt-; aooractoreor side drawers, worth 65c, for this sale at cost. fat Gingham-
M 1" colored
J i-..,r ia 1alr Ooodt. Hat. Toilet NO CURE. NO PAY. regular 7c good. tor'tbi
, 3Sc.2S sale
11..r Oil, "tc.,1:1/ W. Government ,I I 125 pair Boys' Easy Walkers, reg. Sc.
doz
IS Pric SOc. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES II Boys Extra Size Pants, 12 to ular 50c 10 pieces White
goods, to close at 35c pair. and Red Table'Linen
17
I 1 years, worth II a pair for this sale regular 40c
I I.. oOc. goods, to close atoe '
"
I'ur
"r. I'u Iternis.
CMICMtSTIH ENGLISHENNYROYAL : 1 75 pair Men's Low-Cut Patent yard No one over 6 yards
.. -- We carry a full line of Boys' Wash Leather Shoes we have been
F i r K- tiltt'CStK.LM furnuned selling 30 pieces Medicated 21-inch
Cotton-
"t ; PU, i bouquet. Oupotclal de.IIII' P Pants Call and see them. ,i at (2.50 pair, to close at 1.75 pair.
Diaper worth
I ,' .1I.1t. Moreno, K3: Yo fit l irRory I It /' )v SAI'F..OH(1 &T till.Oftl tm4l? G.isI.s.I" ', 85c, for this sale 60c.
ivdlmLfilgni 4 for 'IIICH..TEK'!
In KED .01..101 ....:..... t. Mvji
.I"1' I'1..IV11te-I.! 6 u no.... T.k...other. I I IrZ"&a I This Sale will Positively Not Run Longer Than
.. ; Seven
$ s.d Days.0iigl05
11 .b.tlt.U. : .
:: I I
:: ; .1 your VrmtgtA W*..
( SS gSi tt\: fl3< Floral .. tor' Prtlr.l.... -_
V l-..,(lI' or.tf'r..cS for CQItOWrl..t. k ..4.opt"Reller for L.dl_........,.b
_J,. .... Mail. 11I.'If-."....'.... :
-.t. Mo.-rno.IKS Welt I I
Gregory.2siliz ___ O; t,,,,,,.., t hfrk-...,( .&..! ; t SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 6,19085SEW5

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i I, ROAD WORK Hood's Pills i 1fOlltl t in the\\'Uflj"t (


BYTHE Do not gripe nor irritate the alimentary
4. I Ia..r.cS
:
CITYWork canal. They act gently yet
promptly, cleanse eBectually and I The t Annual Marrinrn. ,,? \
tt the l'Otl Office al Pensacola Ending; Deceinbfr ai., '*'
FU.i.end-eU.. n> tt.'. Give Comfort Very Low RatesTO IIItll "t


Palatei.tr..t O"Jl'Jt'ut'!: upt. Huildicg ir.. 211.4 South I on the Boyer road has ceased I|I Sold by all druggists. 25 cents I II THE 1 [ [EQUITABLE ij ,

i I temporarily, and the force recently I -I

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. I employed there has been engaged on

Ttrmi: Invariably in Advance. I j jp the road ta tst. John's cemetery, a |TRAINING SHIP Mountains, Lakes and SeashoreVIA LIFE ASSURANCE[ ECCIETI

1500liMootbi
Marl I
Oae rMr by """ I I
which for
many
.. : 51'OM thoroughfare .,

LANCASTERThe . ,.. . .
W.et,byl'arrl..r, Payable Monday lu I month has been greatly in need of Assets .;...'...,


TELEPHONE NO. 118. : repairs. Louisville & Nashville R. R. Reserve! .and. otner. . .L.itles rSurpluafrom ,!

The road has been finishedto
-
r 1e I Boyer Lancaster has
training ship -
II intersection of I jNinth i, which Di\
the
DEL' II I a point at been given orders to proceed at an dends are paid .
16 1902. ,4
avenue and Gadsden street. Saturday, August .
I \ early date to the Peusacola navy Paid to Policy-holder-

Dry weather cuts the road up so bad yard to assist in the preparations incident ROUND TRIP TO 1901 . .. ... .. .. ,

PEmOOLA, AUGUST 6, 1902 1 that a project for sprinkling it with I I "
to the expected visit of the Sew Insurance in 19ui .

I oil is now under consideration: and Atlantic this : Chicago $15.00 Cincinnati $14.00 Total Insurance in fore
GENERAL FUJlIIIE FtNsTox does North Squadron to Dec. 31, 1901 . -,
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i tot *.*m able to keep up with Cap- I' is in much favor. Jeff port.It. Louisville$12.00 St. Louis, $12.00 Notwithstanding; the _< r .

- tux Hub' on iu the heroic act.MuMANrt The city street supervisor, i is; supposed that this vessel has cial strength of the Soci

hathrown out a chal- Spottswood, has his gang: making the been sent here to see to it that perfectly $18 ROUND TRIP TO FOLLOWING VIRGINIA POINTS: ,: greater holder thereby security enjoy'wrm- .r
road passable: \
1'lIiCt' to California for honors in theUUil1uke I tit. John's cemetery safe( anchorages for the larges i I ]I are LOW and GUARAN E.. \
Norfolk Old Point Comfort Ocean View Roanoke
s competition. It's a contest I and up to 5 p. m. yesterday four carloads ip of the navy, which will come i ter than given by otiit"KXOWLES ,;

Florida doe not wi-h to enter of cinders from Goulding had Hot Springs, Virginia Beach.
with the squadron, shall be marked

Ju. __ ,_ I( been placed on the route, finishingit ; I BltUs.
I out properly. Asheville, N. c., $14.00 Deer Park, Md., $20.00 ,
1 Till republican-! of Alibama will as far as A street. Altogethertwenty

4 rut'.tO"l'tembl'r l'-h to nominate a I -flve carloads of cinders have LOOK PLEASANT, PLEASE. I Niagara Falls, $20.00 Chautauqua Lake, $20.00ROUND Generalgpn'.

full ticket form<* otlicerIu rul- been obtained and will be spread Photographer; C. C. Harlan: of i TRIP. 309 H. Palafox St. J'FNs o'

a \\ti{ that 'inly legal votr- under the I Eaton, O., can do so now though for -

I too+tltutl c 111 participate in thiU.ttln. \ along the route, which, together with years hl'couldu't. because he suffer I Ticket good murnin; until: August 31. 1902, inclusive. SANTA ROSA SURFBATHINCJSTABLISHMB

1 .:. they eliminate the negro. ,, a large amount of crushed rock to ed untold agony from the worst form ; Through SU't-j.ers. Cauhes Chair Carand Dini'lg Cars. Everything -
I of iudi e-tton. All physicianand;; .
ill in hole*, will make of this road madiciiies failed to help him till he I the l>et \
Til *,KK w,1- much l'"mpl.lint of the
,. billot in the recent one of the best of driveways.JUST I, tried Electric Hitter, which worked R. W. SUBLET Ticket Agent Pensacola.
I Imfl tbs ; -uch wonders for him that he declares Fi-h chowder wii I,

F prior .ry election, but there will be LOOK AT HER. U.ey: are a od-end to -.utlerer ;, riunday !'Hnlll!;. F-

i' w..r". I.. cotuplain of in the primary from dy-p*'pii.i and stomach can arrange to h.tv.
i i Whence came that -prigntlytep.; trouble Tiirivaled fur di-ea-.e- of ,
..f It I "'f All cmdidite* fr ollice- ; faultierkm, rich, ro-y cotnplrxioumllingface I other refre-hiiiHin- -
the Moinach, Liver and Kidney1'hey ..
time during the w* kterms. '
down will tnenL4 : :She looks goudsfeels; '
fr-.in ;
thgovernor build and give new life to
i up : :See manager:
ret.he ,
'good. Here's mere aesUr.
-el
; -- -
{ tn bvoted 1111.I I: the wholoytHii. Trv them. Only VilA IIEverybody ,
Kin.New: Life Pill*. Hf'.ultall I
-- -- D'Alem
A. II
: uiic. Guaranteed byV.
!! good no I CATHOLIC SOCIETIES MEET. Exposition Buildings
I organ active Uige-tion ;, Damaged.
i 1- it not true that in nriny: of thei.iunty berte, drus ri-t-
headachemu chance for "blues. I St I L''I'1;;, "., -,V h. -i\v \\ini I
..., t halo ru
i throughout the state Fry them your=elf. Only :'::ic. at W. : that o\'l'r:1: '
Convention In Session at Cathedral of torm \rit l.onmar?> piece of this earth IitLht ,
fie j ul iiitl court hou-e are rub- :mtltl A.:D'Alemberte'-.
RESOLUTIONSON Holy Name, Chicago. I today! wrxked two of the tour for it. They must w
bud lines of fair architectural -
brick
A I Chicago Aus;. !5.Delegates from towers of the Varied Industries !huH! I, ch nice to fret it, and {. :

II"'hCII, while the school hou-e VOTERS WHO ARE more than 4'iu) Catholic societies attended ings in course of erection on the Thos. C. Watson k Co.

K a (1Ii"\lI.IIt..t old 1 building, illy DEATH OF haveome particularly hi
\ the opening session! of the co'i- Woild's Fair site The towers were

'; t heated IUd y..uulltt'd'! : I I \enuon of the Fraternities of Catholic 20.) fert lush.; The damace i is not >'e; to utter just now, and :
gr QUALIFIED : von to came and inv>-- : ,
: societies which began today. Solemn estimated but a report of the
exposition :
, t tMi I I" J. H. \\' H.-I n <>f :Miami I WILLIE WELLES : You will never regret
pontifical high mass was celebratedin company said: it would he several ,0
will :, have ready for the !
i-rtly pressI
--- I the morning at the Cathedral of the thousand dollars.
: b.u'k coin uning -..11I1' new and in. ,
] Some mi-under-tandicy! : : exists a- I Holy :Name: b\ 1I"hopsIuhloon.; : Megsnifr '! CONCERT AND i'A'MAGNOLIA \ ,
t.--.tmi; tin-ones regudmg the early At a meeting of the Pen-acola ; and McFaul At the
1 j who will be allowed to beginningof Texas Roads Resume Traffic. : 15HTF Fh
+ dl c"ven.... IIf Florida, in which the to participate Baseball aciation, lat night reo- I the biiiiiness session the visitorsnerr Dallas. Tex. Aug .".-Repoits from !
NIGHT. TRAINS AT \
tu-.>i that King"donjon; '3 Templewi in the second primary election to be : welcomed Lawrence .
> : by H. MeOann. ;
utin1s were adopted as follow :: the Texas Pacific, Cotton Belt Missouri LAST TRAIN HEll 1 1 '. -
limit it Flora I i cedar stands i held in this county a week from to- I \ r..prl'st'ntlnIa'or Harrison. Kansas and Texas and Texas 19.1 '
i II I Whereas It has pleaed the :1 11:50. TICKETS: ; t 1i I F '. .
i'fr"''ii.iueut in interest.IHK | :Much interest centered about the attitude and :'oI'Orll'ans: railroad officials
day. I Almighty to take from our mi J-t our I i DEPOT.
dearly beloved friend and teammate, the delegated; might assume on show those roads to be entirely clear
of the Cubancongre I Interested partie de*ire this I -
lu
lower pa-
>u-e I
the of the
" t Willie Welles : be it question Spanish friars in from washouts and trains are running .
.i -- hay adopted( a resolution re- per to tate explicitly that all who i Uaolved, That we extend our the Philippines. regularly. The Houston ant I This weather nUlk ,

d l'uJI muo the agreement made by | were allowed to cat a ballot in the deepe-t and sincerest sympathy to I The regular; session; of the convention Texas Central is hating some trouble !rasssrow. You can i

tl.e-! t'uited Matewith the! Catholic the family of our decea-ed team- will be executive, but an open on its Austin branch but expects to keen cutting Lafvn .1111' ,
primary of July 15 will be allowed mate and friend ; be it further ,
I
;.., c ureh. The ugly feature in the aff4lr I Resolved That a copy of thee meeting will be held tonight at which be clear within a short time. I and Grass Shears fron

which IIt.I\'II1l1 l to -eriouscamplicitiotf the flame privilege/ in the coining i resolutions be spread upon our min ; officers say the question of politics ,

.t h ttiatthe 0t United rtats i i, election with no further or addition- : utes and published In the paper of and the chinch will probably come up. Work Begins on Big Warship. Willis Hardware Co'FRANK .
I :New: York. Au: .".-Work will begin
;
city The convention will contir.ne
I_ plcd;...t to a fiiltlllment of the 1 I al qualification.: All who were qualified jour over tomorrow f
fl.t'III.Ut in tde. I, The a--oci'ition: will meet again at !I and Thurs ar.I today on the foundation at the 'o.w:: i SECARI'S BATH HGUS 5: I
:l. in the first and ,
, to vote primary York navy yard on which the new -

I''u.s in Orp..n, :Maine, IllitoiOhtn. ", were prevented from ca-till; their 7::>" o'clock tomorrow night; for the Castro Goes to Fight Rebels. jfi.OfMi ton battleship Connecticut I i Deep water sea bathing

Minneoot ( ieorh'ii i and 'Texasell I ballot for various reasons will aloI t purpose of reorganizing the team : Washington.!;, 5,-Acting Secretary he ronstrm tf..f. The construction ol i,j day, for white ppnph' .,uu 1
; the ship will be the highest work compartment for ladietendant. w
of State Adee ; ever
.. today received
a ,
Ijini f'IIrl".1Iu.hter.l I who are and dicn--nu' future ;game Neatest b.-
I be allowed to take part next Tuesday i cablegram from ('araf'asu 5. undertaken at the :New: York yard. The I
Tl.itd by Captain iI.b-.)Iwith I say I I bath: house in the /,
provided they hive had the errors ing that President Oanro left Cara"- only battleship built there previously !- "
I cent1: AlA
' tl : <>n<. The cau- I
initruiiniii a-pirtti .
.
the li-ts corrected. : i as on the morning of the third instant was the ill fated Maine.A Cor. Cevallos II'' /
illdattare plentiful a-: the a-ri- | on t .
i to fight: the rpvolutlonary forces whowere
t rant fur the 'apprnarhill'callc;; : Thi-s explanation i.i given: for the STEAMSHIPSWITH 1!
in position
i near Ontuco, 75
:- In attorin-y-.jHierari ollk'e.WHAI I rea-on that rumor have circulated RAILSi : miles from Caracas. Necessary Precaution (134( 134 134 134 134l34
Don't neglect a cold. It i* worsethou .
r: I'" K-'Cimbii: county joill:;,. 1!I that for obvious cat-e* m:tty will be unplea-ant. It i i.* dan. -'- '

f to ilo about hiving a creditable ex- I idi-qualified. and would have again i vasleM! Iaaw oj saoo aezO:: a-ing One :Minute Cough; Cure I! ,- IST. 13-1
I In the ailing: li-t of -tmmer- \nucan cure it at once. Allty- in-
. Reval. ltussia.Auu. :3 -The czar ar '
;: 'ut.lt dt tint'it* f.lir at Lake City to be made right before they could I ilimmation, clear the headoithed ; Anlfrsoii'sTiitiiL.: ::.
i chartered hj the Gulf Trau-it Co.. i rived here today to await the arrivalof .
.\ exhibit
? complete :
lu Notetiib ani -.tr..nrthpn" mucous menibrane. 134I
have the balloting privilege. the German 'ror. who IP comiii" 134 ;t.- r.' !
", our resource- and adv,intaketarkfd I and i i-ued thi- morning appear- the emj Care* coiuh-. croup, throat {\ ,
: to he present at the Rrssian navalmaneuers. I,
.. by goud I printed in itter,,: I TKS ciaT- WILL hfv trill 1 size of i name wf -teauiships Hu+field and lung troubleAtolutely, safeActs
imnudiately. Children like it. 134x.134 134
valuibl advertiiementand I Kly'-Cream: Hilm ; enough: to convince 134 134
woulJ tw *
.1
and Kotherfield, both of which will HanriPnarmacy.. John Sheppard,
you that it i- the srreate-t of'remedies --- --- ---- '=
: 1--- -- -
would aLt matcri:illy in developItiiT :Sidney Ivihn.:
for nasal catarrh or cold in i arrive this month with rails from SHATTERS ALL RECORDS. '
ti! '- Ittent rc-ourcesof this re- I the head. Full -ize oil centAll I -- -- Do1 want a mug: 'ti \\

Ion.t"a.ttEDSr.uETresury, drurit11'e it. 'Germany.: The Ko-tfield U due on Twice in ho-pit:11.: F. A. Gulbdje;: Punitive Expedition: Sent Out for little money I'Stephens

: Ki.\ UKOS, \Varren; :ntrcet.Pw i Verbena, Ala., paid a vast nm to Bangkok.: Siam. .\111:. 5.-A body o( 1 the jP".It'r, H *
:: atatitieftm' i -- -lork., august; 2 i, and the ther one a week doctorto_ cure_ m -evcrp, P.IJP___ of H rvloa. ,!_ ,, commodate von.GRAND .
troops Kumbnlng 2.i'on. has been sent
'
'
tl,:ure ih.it the c.i-h in circulation I 1 j-{ Second :treet. :11huuy, X. V. later. cHI: =injtJl: tumor When all failed north to punish the Shan, who r"c -
Ruckleti'* Arnici Halve soon cured
Me -rKiv RnnsIutered
-
lu tin* country Aiuut 1 aggre- i greatly with catarrh and tried dilferI The teim-hip: Auu-t Belmont him. Subdues lull unmation, conjuer ntlj' attacked and sei/ed the town ; EXCURSION.To .

.card f22: >M '. .l'
ftltHt J ,in"1 over II:.. -ame date in liKHPl 1 using one bottle nf your Cream Calm I in the world. 2jc.: at W. A. I' \leUberte' }- s-ion of <;ni| Shans who are preparing:
this afternoon shown being
cargo is as .
urliiK piipulation at ';'!I.\O.tOJ.: I found relief and I cannot; prai-e drugstore.PENSACOLA to resist the forces sent against then

of circulation too hi.'hlyuch a rpI111'dll. \'. : under charter to load coal for The Shans have killed! 25; Siam, se 01
thi k'iVH* i per capita
M -. CiiRV lv 1 1I.L.\lW. CLASSICAL SCHOOL but have not molested of
ficials.
of the ''ni Fampico. any
of |2:> o.< How III toy ret Sept.1.. 1 1"11.COMING \ : I .r
the inhabitants of the
candid ite* for otHcn are there win Thirtet'n'e,;*E'I,; will be loaded town.

lmw tint much balance to Kurd Annual Session I><>. Sp|>.
can up from Jail Bird
AFTER here by this company: during Recaptured. Marianni amlruuday' I,
credit with their hankerer.1EIROWNK trinhrr l.;>. 1110:.. ail 1';".,.,
their .
Scntt.Mioro. AusVilI!l Caf morning, AitH
the coming month. Three will ''
goto .
June ill.: 10(13.'lie
fe\, who broke Jail with Shavers !last I'niou depot it K a n
-aid ha
:. it I+ secured -
JOE WILSON Liverpool and one each to Antwerp. nual excur-ion >v
week has been
captured! and returnedl
of Metcalf.
thservlte' Guy Hound to Man
aim of this -chool i* to trip c:
Genoa H:tvre. Ktynune. Manche provide jail. Shavers
i was caught shortly
;
wild lII.iUJ."J the campaign of R. I thorough HIGH HJHOOLundi Junction *:.i i fi ---- '
Hudson Hurr. believing no doubt i ter. New York. Tampico and Gal. i COLLEGE 1'HKPAHATOKY iu- I after making his escape Caf .-y ylnntnni: *2 r"l to I I. ,

earriH* the rabbit foot that: i Sheriff Wright of Thomaville, e-ton. i! tructioll The school is of fe-pecul has a record of having spent half of fa. 'I Ickf>t.. ;:'1..11 f/ '" ,
that liny
I' i interest to three CIa--A" : his life in jail and the coal mines. turn on ally! regular ; .
point tiniv to the railroad: : comuii"i"ii. (h., ha wired Police OKicer Hilton 1. Tho-e who having; completedthe I'urclia-f ticke-- k

but Jelf hould remembii that he will come: for the negro Joe ARRESTED ONSERIOUS grade* of the public school wihto Menill He |t<.)!!. Fur further mf -'n ..

that lutuninfldiin -trike- twice! Wilon who wa captured by that pursue! their -tudies further without In the excitement of a lively exer- I'I:" I ,'
HIr i- onto all! i leaving home.
plii11.
in th-nil-
ciellke
: ollicer on Komun street li-t Friday. 2. Tho-e who wi-h, with the aid boit-raein or bill-playing. Exl'u': "
the t" lrl- and is'oitis' to make a CHARGE of the careful Indi\'ldualllttplitioll i they will train their mu-cle! and ;j n --

home. run tin* tune: if be has to slide I The sheriffaid he would come ju-t that can be given smaller cla-.e- i home limping and -ore. 'I hen theyare All kinds of t''i r < .

for the 1I.tlP. '1:1- -oou as he could have the proper ,, :and a longer -e. i'uL ti) advance :
.. glad they have Perry Davi- '
Mv
chairs af
-
rocking
than
more rapidly is l'o"5Ibl for
Tilt Atlanta Daily New. a new requisition paperfixed up and it i j. _\. W. :Spear*. a well known colored them in public schools. : Painkiller on hand to soothe the :T
Prices
q' Quina's. (r' >
penny afternoon daily, br.ran publi' thought he will top at Tallaha-see I lawyer of tin- city, was arretedthis 3. Those who are fitting themselves I quivering nerved ; to penetrate the

with John Templt I. for college. mu-clea with warmth and healing low.
uth1u Monday i while en route here and get the '
morning CtllIstabltlcumb -
; ; In addition to the u..ulI
: instruction -
UU"t' a* fditor-in-chief, Charles;; I power. It has relieved the pain ol
document iu Engli-h, Mathematics History
1 on n warrant charging him will,
Dauiel a* muJ.lIII>; editor and J. 1 t ; Geography L'itin.etc.in-truc- two generations of American-. GO TI.CUE'S .

Frank heck a< bu-ine-. uuui':er.: It i Oiliest Hilton wa< notified bwin'0 I, having carnal knowledge a female Hun n otf red. iritlnmt I rlr
U a bright and newy: journal and ;Sunday night that a reward of UIIO : under the age of n-eut. j I in Greek. French German and cpan- BOOKSTOREs

('. tin bu-inf** wilt -uch a -pleudidsjT outstanding for Wil-on' capture ; bond ''i-h., i The school j it conducted at the OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine
( Spear* gave immediately au<{ corner of West Gad-den and Spring ,

.Tti'lnc pttrona:f that there ino |; tin amount having been oifered bythe !. apprehends no difficulty in clearing ''streetin a building which i* to

doubt th.it it will! -,}Oll row into) be arranged to adapt it especially to
I governor of Georgia.Wilon I him-elf of what the statute, define 1 the needs of the school.I oysters; today. Try thrn.NIC .
,rfHtinind -hiue anion the bt'.t l I A 1111. 'u>:.
"urn.tlf tin* great newspaper I l alleged to have killed a I i a- a mo-t -eriuuutTen-H. I The number of pupil in attendance -
] Hammocks
:, is limited. Hence those de-ir-
country.I white man at a turpentine till near i
jug admittance should communicate
i i FINE STATIONERY.C. To mllke I
y
mi-taken ju J?ment friend ('auturtlct Thoma-ville during the hoUdI) -. I, The finest line of sterling silver a? early a* po--ible with the Princi

woundand do ;, good and silver novelties is to be I pal. Novels.
deeper morel1arm From Hot in Cold I found at J. I. Stephens'' Prices to j I For further information terms and V. Thompson, No. 11 rDtlJPalafox
1
than an enemy, and Profeortlrdd : please all.Grass. catalogue, addre-> B..at \\'rtt..ro at ..
!
of Kiuory college! i in writing I I Dyeuttry i* prevalent everywhere I I H. CLAY AK?TKOXO, street, ha jut opened :anew

: in summer and i* due to miasmatic Principal, orPERCIVALH.1VHALEYJR. of Linen and Bond Kodaks.
in the supply
problem July AtlantIc
uf the uetiro : -
Shears that
I i poison*. and begins abruptly with I will cut i .,
monthly a* :Southerner.: Papers, white, blue and gray, with
of the ; lining
J..e* the Smtli i greater inju-ice liurlimmation i, of the large bowel. In mucous America the! close, at the Willis Hardware 1 I i Assistant.-* Envelopes to match, Oxford sizes ;: Pocket rater; ,

than all the vaporing theorUt of the :i di-t-a-e icommon, but properly : Co's. also Foreign Mail Tablets with Envelopes Baseball
Goods.
treated does no result a-senou-dy a* ___ ; NOTICE TO CAS CONSUMERSAfter
NiTtl; bunched together could perpetrate 1 J ,I -- -- -- to match. Ink, Pencil,
DaviPain
in the tropics. Perry -
One not familiar with CM"dlti"I1 killer i* the best: known remedy and CONCERT AND DANCE AT Penholders, Blankbook-: Files etc. Hit-, Ma-k < r.

It the :S uth would Imagine I the mot llicaciou in the treatment MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY July 31 the office and warerooms etc.. always! on hand.:: Fishing Taklc.:

Irom a peru-al of tin article that I of dysentery. NIGHT. TRAIN* AT s. &:30 AND of the Pen-acola: Gi Co. willb Phone W4.
,__ .
> !at No- 25 and 27 East --h. HookTHE f
Liufc* ;
S utheruer* peud all! tl eir time kill- 9. LAT! TRAIN RETURNS: AT Broadway

icp, kicking, curiu, and otherwi-e Garden hose at the Willis 11:50. TICKETS 25 CE rAT: Garden street C. F ZEEK.I S en P.01' before niture. you Hi-buy price Fur a!
uliauslod the ne;ro. i Hardware Co's. I I DEPOT. I 29jtf Manager. are the lowest 'L Hc.ITHE

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 6.1902.

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? f SEAL Preiident; F. c. HORTON. Cashier; r10 ?Cj25252525u2 S 5252J

'i. f 04iMEE, -Preaident; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. THE WEATHER

Condoned Statement of the Yards D 10 Yards



AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF TO-DAY PRINTS LAWNS



PEX.SACOLA, FLORIDA, AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS JULY 15, 1902. Local Forecast-Local rains tonight; for 45c. for 45c.

(From Report to Comptroller.) Thursday fair; fresh northwest winds

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RESOURCE.- Temperature in Last 24 Hours : ,

LIABILITIES. Maximum\ ...... ....................... ..... .... mdgres
.hi'- . ... .. ...... ...... .... f351.69h.79 Capital Stock ...... .... ..... ... ...... .... $200.000.00 Minimum .................. ._.................. degrees
i. am . .. .. .... ...... ...... .... 29,96667 Surplus Fund.... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 10000.00 .. .TO MAKE ROOM. .
. . ..... ...... .. ..... .... 1,876.96: ; Net Profits ...... ..... .. .... .... .... .... 7,612.72 Temperature Elsewhere :

n and Premium. .. .. ... ..... M,250.0U) Rediscounts .. .... ..... ....... ..... .... .... 19.500.00 \tai. Min.

mts, etc... ..... .... ...... 2,625.U( Circulation ..... .. .. .. ..... .... .... .... 75.00000 Atlanta.. h.. ..._.._.._..... 4id Fixtures.... ...... ... ..... 6718.48 Deposits..... ....... ..... ............ ...... Bismarck ..... .................. ......71 4"I roil out
1"t ...... ... .... ... .... ...... 499.12 344.973,571 I Chicago ..... ......................... "M i2
I I Cincinnati.........._._.......... M 70
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... ...
r i".tu/e .. 1b: ,.J51.27 ,! tialveston___...._..... ..__M Vii
i Huron ........ ... .. .._._.._ MI 4*
; Jacksonville ..............._ ..? _.\ltl 71 New Fall Stockwi
$657,0 6 29 f 657, oI;,foll..1 for business October 23, 1900. We respectfully solicit patronage and we will give West..... ..... ..... ........... i* si
courteous and careful your II I Memphis..... ..... ...h .. .. M 7 e
.'r' tnpt attention. II Mobile ..... .. ..h..... .. .. .. \1:1: 7i
Montgomery .. .. W 72
PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. New Orleans .. ... ..... vi 72 : .\ HI:
Sew York. "
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- Savannah .... .. .___ .. .. M ill
St. Louis >-i t"

B H FAIRCHILD, SECOND PRIMARY !'FOUND BODY MARITIME.- --- : Offering Great ReductionsIN



t ptJOuHTE E I I I a
NEXT TUESDAYONLY ALL lii'AHT.MiXTS.
AST ROMANA STREET.
OF WHITE MAN
-
Rufmthing Furniture a -- I EX PORT

For August to date ..... ... ..... .... ia55
Spr 'ialtr.I'Iloaao $=MATTINGS AND RUGS.2
RAILROAD COMMISSIONER ;
ON THE BEACH 11.\LElI.
.103. I Br .. GoldenCross,Cameron,Genoa ALL MATTINGS LAID FKKK.:
TO BE VOTED FOR.

-- 'LE" D.BrsLlansannor,59 .,
WHITE '-.l.rosten.by South- Gallery Rockers, $1.50.
R K. The decomposed body of a white rrlanil-lnMU Co. for Hrltzil. with ';;oI'l'"' 5 ft
) essrs. B. E. Whidden and H. T. sawn timber, : JIIlJoJ i ft ilenls. '"llluoJ..r.I. '
i Manufacturing Jowrleruliiatr ,man named Campbell; found on j RUll kailetl i i.orteE'10 'I Willow Rockers, $2.00 up.
I'ursell huvin: ? failed to qualify yesterday -- I

<. > Out iriau, aoi candidates: fur county I the bayou beach near Brent's mill I. MAKIXKKS. i iI I All Wool 30x60 Smyrna Rugs $2.00
this morning about S o'clock and i i ,
|! Commander J 11 Hull. inspector of tht-
M IVn>ruU, 11 1& commisrioner, Chairman: John H.Jotie ,', Seventh Lliiiitboute district. ha issued the II Irons Beds $4 00
news of the gruesome discovery was i following of ictal outie': up.
will declare Mr. Frank John- PvnBinrola Buy and Kutrani-e Navy YarJ1
sent to the city as 'soon as telephone t ti outtr Bunk Buoy No '.', a seeoud-cia.a can, '
at
j son as the nominees from district. wai Mubli5Ueil June ::1. inc.: on Refrigerators Cost.A .
,) instrument could be reached. 1 Itilicminn i : hearings.viz: tll"l
\ fur and Mr. W. A. Shelby as the : leer font L'raon Light 1-:. by N.IVnSHOolti Regular $14.00 Size Hardwood
The first information: was transmitted LiKht-llouv. N W J* W. RefrigeratorSale
\ I nominee from district three. I I Knit of West coal) wharf, navy yard, I
JEWS NOTES to the police station: but as it 'w'Thi. X'I Price $10.00.
\ This leaves only railroad commissioner buoy is plnco.l at the southeasterly .
I was out of the city limits: the! sheri i point of tile Cvr-fatUomcurVHOlT IVuvicotrt I
-< to be voted for at the sec navy yard and marks the channel to iiu- !: New Stock of Welds' Linoleum Just Received,
"'--/'o./_/ ILN was notified. Liter Coroner Wolfe cl1ora;!e ground for deep draught .....J..
ond primary to be held next Ta:5iliy None Better.
.. umber wen are here was told of the matter and he made ,
August 12. ,
I MIT1CK TO M\1I.\EKS. -
I : tt-r the purchase of ready to go to the scene and hold an | ,

I..it pieceof timber Under the supposition that: a inquest.The : vice KeRUlations require tb..ln..ctlon of the Marine of't.d llo-pitnl_ '<..r'l I We are Receiving our New Line of Fall Shoes.

firm.he I county primary was necessary here, foreign ports via domestic port. north o
.1 I coroner left shortly: before i; j Southern Maryland, but via Mich ports nt
Chairman: Williams: of the state i Ship Island, here full pratique it given
4 I l.ntisti sailor of noon in a hack accompanied by 1 j for southern port inspection is not pre- Ultra Shoes for Ladies.
committeeent only :! to I requisite to entrance,
Ll si auuur, who died $30 pay partof Constable: :Slucumb.\ They returnedat < _

v tio-pital: took place the expense. I 1 o'clock. !: "rInt. Excelsior Shoes for Boys.

I.'rtaking: parlor of The Marine Ho-pit ill Service has Usued

,Wood this iliumJohn's -- Chairman Jones, yesterday wiredto The body was found in 12 inches of j the"Cun.tingves fullGwini: ,ems which are known and Heywood Shoes for Men.Allen's .

Chairman Williams that there I which are in regular trail with
Florida ,
'. Si. 'emt' water by a negro, but identity was
from domestic ports of the United Celebrated Children's and Misses' Shoes
would be no second county primaryhere : not established' until several hours, i may enter without detention or '
with the understanding that if latt"1
and that more money wa" there. any character whatsoever shall Just Received 100 dozen
> Clubb has a when parties who had known the old ] Princely
the
i during voyage to Monda port*
.\ tk on extensiveu fore needed ;gentleman during his life time came report to and the disposition.quarantine" officers for inspection I Shirts at 50c each.

which Jf Chairman Williams sends the I
'uUl', up and saw him. : -...--... .. ..... .. ,.. ., P" '" .
greatly line i necessary: deficit, all will be well. I THE SHIPPING.
Campbell had built him house
a at I II

1 add> the to sev-thef call Meanwhile the campaign, Chairman committee Jones, con-will Patterson station, being at one time I VKSKIJ! ; IS POUT I W. J. & B. FORBES.

a wealthy man. Misfortune and an I SiTEAMSHU'st.
Mstins of him elf Hen D.
; secretary
I
.\ I :1\.. a alignment with unscrupulous persons !I IitR}:rU 'ul lvliiiont-.W7. togas, to LA

1\ h' .u I Keers and Mr. W. A. Dunham, to- contributed to a rapid declineof : Ur Cilurnun, 212.. l: tht'It'l II 11 Coyer If You Buy Them at the H nt"n ih't.u: r \ I. ,, I
: =:ffillrCapenor l, Klhain. to H H Coyer
and all
d I pettier arrange necessary details his wealth and soon reduced him I! Kr ra'II..IJ.l.\lCI.1'y'n, to W L U'ltticn

\' : 1.1 for the primary. to dire-t n.'t'ertTWlI. years ago it t br Co King>Iand, lisas, James, to IVus.icol.i<<
I Lumber o Satisfaction and Service
iI.- :1: ui: -
If the Mate: committee s-ends the
was di-covered his condition was i =-'PII11'lI1a.. ICMJ.\ Haz, to GultTran-it i
1 vertuw ,.:' Co. j
required amount the expenses jf thei f
worthy of attention. Friend* wentto ; SHIPS.
1. I
Help 11\\1: M \ni :
primary: will be paid at the same Km Endymiont2. IVIIersin. to Unar.
:: 'lir mite I i his room and found that, being too i tmuwody Co 1

i j rates ;allowed in the firt primary. proud to beg or favors, he HAKK4lius
request
d !pleuttidly'rl Kacerston, to order : Boston Shoe Store Shoes
'.'.' i.- head- If not. the campaign committee, wa on the point of starvation. The Nor AV'Ielllorlul.t. Han.en, to order <; ..:
Nor Alexander Lawrence, llliHa.i\ersen,
.., "n and the acting through the executive com- to W H Kejser A CO
man was: old and helpless, so he was i IMMTI.VI 1 U.

i .. in, lias the 1 miUeemen the several precincts, taken in charge! and sent to the poor Nor Nor Enerr"TI.Johnontoordrr.'1 garo., 11111. Nielsen, to order
"f 'juors and the Ii t i Nor If ugo. un. Hau-.sen, loonier I The eye i is sati-fi with thtyif an I fhu-h : V\e t""'. i- tiriJ with tb*
will call for volunteers who are willing house. He sick the Nor Magna, IiK'l Utrs-iMo S !< 1. Co
\,1 .'*y polite andIe1iletnber I was quite at Nor .Nuideufcsjold., Neilsen, to Fr JI'chrl'y..r I perfect fit and absolute! comfort : the pare-ati-Ofd wit1 ,i fiir

.: ''.". i! to act as inspectors' and c1elof time he was sent to this institution,1 ;j i, Nor Noreg, IS: !*, HJorn.en. to order : price for superior she- that will uriv letter -. I\H.

t''' fii you come to, ;|I election without pay I but upon recovery Ei-rnified hN intention :i! Nor Sunbeam. Sag Andersen, to order : thh'lu those purchasedsewl.r' | >

I I either the election I
event
primary and i\fa\nllnu .11 -- -
willingness to get out hy Comprravrd r
i
will be hell it i3 thouht, in In sinking the I'.rotAlyn caisson for !
.1-I"!ii to be given byr.i I and shift for himself. This was only "SHOE
the third bridge over the Last river it !
BOSTON
Metho.li-t chtircii nearly all of the *. STORE
t i precinct
recently, and for the past few days 1 .j has been found possible to make com- i|
i"wharf at '>:1 l"f to- I I ,
he has been a constant visitor to the pressed air do the wurk of sho\els in

.<"!! on the -;!>uiiif r"j jTtlmieiits city, making his headquarters round I' remoiilim the *gaud through: a thick I :NATHAN: (i. l'Ola'IIII'IIt: :, I-M.I-H,.,,,, .
will be MRS. S. DAVISi I strituii of which the caisson is beiiisi

.nj. Arrangemmt-; !I :i the docks, where he could meet and i i forced down toward the bedrock be- Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street

.I t, tn have: car in: i< converr-e with sailors.It iK'-itli. The sand is SOl pure nud I hose i
WENT TO BILOXII _.. ,
i ll't 1l' f 1.
I f
I I II ur.C u t le cnnpresi'J air I
.urn of theioitat
I __ ; i is suppo-ed that his fate was su\pli..1 for the worknicii iu the caisson NAVAL STOKKS- MA UK hi.niture Tin 8111.1 H')" \

brought upon himself since he was I sutiic-fs to drive it up throughI'lowpijMs p"rtf'd D&I1Tit" News II) !sl'Kl' B \ 1111\/ I:..1.\ III.'"IIII, r

iblic works y.>-ter- S. Davis, an aged white woman -i quie unfortunate in finding; em-i: 1JSt'I"tl'llllIt.) the caisson for l'ni..n Naval Slur, ell I

: .lfll..1 I a contract: to ] i the purpose. Jets of water are dirirtd I athing in the WHIIII iftilf w t.rlconceedii .
whose peculiarity for taking; pl() 'meut. Melancholia: from other ; asraiiist the sand round the bottom Rostg.ww. to I lit. tinriiiM..t In th.
ii'truc; the cement i iide I ... .... eiia: H. ... il'+,
other peoples: property caused her to ,;i troubles also strengthens the uiclde of the blowpipes and when thusdh.l..tll.d world. KverytliliiiforpHa: / | of tne plaza: i I j wu...... ....... .._ 134" (J. .. .. I .5' safety.: toad hoard aIHII'HtlII
:Mr. Toal's bid wasi I I stay: in jail a night for the first timeI (j theory. | ; the sand readily: passes up S-_ ..... .. ... 8 *, F------ I :!5 tiled ly or wet.)k. Lunclieou ,, IsyI

tlu-'mdi the pipes with the strong air M. .... ........ \IIi E.. .. .. .... I 2.IIr j served all hour- pruinfttly J
i her ml( of lifetime, at tlnv or night.
will I bought
i r.ur.'ork |i years a A close examination of surroundings 1 currents that are .. _...... .._ ,
continually pouring r It .._ .. ..... ...... 24 a U. I I: CIIAKI.KS II. Ht Ki.ix, '
''.u Ito s material: : canI ; ticket this morning for Biloxi Mis.--., I made it apparent that a suicide into them from the compressed atmosphere .j I..... ..... ........ ..... I :'5 t .If below .. I :" : I1Hf 11aua; rr.
I ft.I: trtch of W.111t''II1VIt'tf'.1 \: of the caisson. Pla1T8 TUKPE: inide and left on the noon train for that: of the }greatest deliberation wa31( o4.nPOrLI2.

: ;I j place. planned and faultlessly executed. I ("rui.nUoK uud ,IeChe.uey. The beat sold for I thfpricotvfr ; -. 'R k'J' ',., tan $
\ ttC here
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j j I As she went to pay for her ticket He had taken oil his well-worn CO.lt,1| A race between "Luck)" Baldwin's a rerse\ O. M. lr. '" Fur- !".rltt.rZ .4J1T7tLofPZ.

.,' tilttacurP.t radical-i i I she attempted to "short change" the I i ve-t and and hat and with an appar- 1 Cruzados and S. C. Hildn-th's Mt<'hos- Store.CLLlgPcILIii.. / !
ney for 3iUUO) is, a robability.! These
move tbe roots of ||II agent, and when she was caiuht up i iI j eat full realization as to what h",c! two horses were coiuilled to withdraw ; ""," /, > )

to.t..r than ior'iug'I..IO' 'jwith I tried to explain she had no 1 '!I was doing, lay prone in the shallow from the American 110'1'1\ owing Bean the '1"e K & *> *M *'*3's -"? I H[ \ ollllt\\ t ,,o.m'

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I I
to injuries received at Harlem. (Chic Sr..ature
t +-# _
money. water, breathed the briny waters off
I go. Mr. Ilil'Jreth said that he would: fit .
i When the agent started to place 1 the bay into hi..no..tril until death take up IJaldwiri's va.L'er for a race E YlunUckleof'iikifllt

1\ 1.1. Inl Itur). I'. S. T. her stamped ticket b'ick in the safe, what he was unnaturally seeking.I over the Iicrby! route, and when Mr. LelY the dust. You can buy and good craft nets. at IhrI

: '..I'1f.hYllnl..rt'ltto"i j' she produced quite a sum of money I The human trunk w is made food i I thnlleusc Italdwin was informed he said his garden hose at the i Willis I l'i llix Ha rdwa cr ( 'Wi.
bold otl and that
f.ttutit uniform I ; g(1 they
i- 'it the: armory at| and paid her full fuf''he then cat 1 object for many: crab, and especially i would make the race a feature for Hardware Co.

"ii Thur-il the around the depot until the departure some near date.
;: about the more exposed places. Jti,
1 ,f .\u.cut. P"! :. for I rof II For till n..xt LAKEVIEW DAIRY.
the noon train. |! is thought that the body had b en inl|
i--pi-rtioii. Cotnpe1i I Hoti the haler Il\r. At Almost t C Cost t (>I) 1.t1-fur.
the water two before having!
i !"r llir'd.al find apof She appeared before Mayor: Jones days The German emperor endeavors to nitur at O.

C:! noucomtnis'tutr and bean found. follow the "rules of life" laid down by M. I'ryor' to make room for nw I'HOSI III.
-. You will I I at :-:10: this morning some very stock.:
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I -- ---- his favorite
follows
physician as : j
.. property! you have ''unkind testimony was brought out ,
Tomato rattle. "Eat fruit for breakfast. Eat fruit for
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-t.tr, By'ordT of i iI 'II Get Our Summer Prices on the
B p\ HKlIl1.L.i I i I against her. .I'b'informed For a family of five use one pint of hult'll.'oid pastry and hot cakes.
CONCKRF AND DACE1' ,,
canned tomatoes. Thicken with ltr'ull Only take potatoes once a day.: Don't Best Milk
( K.. I-t. Inf.. F.rf.T. j jNl ;! her she wa. not the kind of woman MAGNOLIA BLUFF THl'BSDAY in the City.Our .
> crumbs to a consistency! for baking on drinl tea or coffee.! Walk four miles

\ : ) DANCE AT I wanted in Pensacola and gave her a griddle Season with salt, pepper every day, wet or fine. Take a bath XIOHT. 'fRAIS-'AT: S, b::*) AND r'tork' I I...!. iijv l>Ur.. \\&t. to

I til i rFTHrUSDAYXIN I' an opportunity to leave town or and butter, adding sugar If the taste every day. Wash the face every: night ,9. LAST; TRAIN KETUHXS AT i"! Drink. :No rt'tgndll' .'.. .1" within

AT A\D I j requires! it Dp1th a cooklnp spoon in warm water. Sleep eight; hours every I llloo. TICKETS: 25 CE\ frot. AT : Two Mile of Our Dairy "K..wlal
: ao
:s. : [ spend two months in j jiil. I Prices tit H'.teU!
ainl Itetaurduto.R. .
on to a griddle heated as for pancakes: night. The kaiser ascribes his DEPOT.
1IItFruI: x-* AT
I It wa learned that: she was here and brown on both sides. The time re- ; excellent physical condition to close I --- .. --- I -

j. CKNTS.: AT j two )'etr'agu and tried the same i quired for properly cooking Is much adherence to this ahice.-Kan City j I at almost cot fur the !| M. AVERY, Prop.

| longer than for griddle cakes. :tar. fJ lIfni"t ure next *dnewrn"cke :
tactics. When otticers got close be-j!| _--- room

I. C'nHTOIZI.1.: hind her she left. This was told to': The man who owns his own home A Tiny Pony. | O. M. Pryor. VIRGINIA
"J "y t J 1 ; Hae bears! 3ct.1&tZ1.l I himself against lot of I COLLEGE
insures There horses
: are pyjnny: we hear of
:Mayor: Jones, and in givin: her alI I|trouble, and worry. Nobody canraise : from travelers in the Pamirs and there -- -- t'urClI'. ( I.AIIIKH, U.,,,,,....., \ .

I of he told her neverto his rent and the rent day ha 1 C'llli\V NOTU'B'oi. ipi-nihn l-[ i Iv' n1..,0 ,,| 11100 l..dlat
leaving small
privilege are very ponies in Iceland and .......... School fur 14OIl .
terrors for him. It's easy to owna --- I Lad '4 tb H tutu
; no Shetland but Prince Asha. a foal of New balllSu..c' Ir.n... add
1 c'*lre b.ick aain.: C. NEITHERtb.capamn own.rsour .yuiMn..a.
'I \ t marvelous home nwad.1YThos. .1 Campus ten & ,1':1 1 Watson & CO. can: tell you how II i! two Iceland ponies! recently exhibited! : ; tarJoII".ror contlgOfei of the Nor:! ry in \ all..I: \ a.. (.11I.... fur fe'illft. M*.
.\ ii.- refreshing n 'All kindd;; Qf Furni- easy it is. Call and see them. at the Nouveau cirque. Paris and four 1 for debts wl1b.Contracted* re'rQnUb't rop"IUI kail Ainrrran. l..wb. .i. Full.
t help! a.-iuiila- I I At r PTflP !lre atmake(le rly co t, I veers (lld. stands only :1-1-i: inches. This by the crew "Oller\'at"ry Klocullon, -tuflinu.hallle_lrti." :n 1r'it, n Mo.traad lIIa1M

ni by j| 1 IjUl u to loom fornw iLAi_ama from the Northern Wood measurement is considered the smallest Toorder H Ji iior.('apt.ln.: For C.tlll"II..IOt1.1.'<-"i

\ 1F.I-SKH RRu:-:. stocd. irDrrEj.B&;. .tie r.ero.an cure for couit In the world. I lull MAIltl HARI + rrrodrutRtiaauk._, t..



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THE DAILY NEWS: PENS COLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 6, 1902


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1 IIN i THE SUGAR BUSH tott's PillsAfter PEOPLE The KInK'.OF Sorgeon.THE -j DAl MISS IDA M. SNYDER --


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Copyright, J:+r by the S. S. McClure Among the famous surgeons of England -: I Treasurer of the Brooklyn East End Art ClutENSTRUAL

Comr. ny.l is Sir Frederick Treves. It was

1 That March afternoon as Zeb Taylor eating, persons of a bilious habit te who performed the. operation 01, t'' irregularities --AIL: to their !111:4 'A' ,

made lilt rounds of tie but::.r bush will derive great benefit by taking one King Edward though associated with! i : are generally hue more t.a :

with pails s-us['u.r.ed from a l.t''lokt'; of these pills. If you haH been him were several of the most eminent. the beginning: mlthm ad ::1. '. _r. ,fI b

:o empty the rimming troughs of :.t' DRINKING TOO MUCH, and of Great BritBin. I of a woman's trou il ta/y w u.4 ,'"
physicians surgeons bles. With the at .. .
vitality a I'fouln Ilt .
end convey them to the larrels at the they will promptly relieve the nausea, is fellowI ,
Sir Frederick Treves a
low ebb the blood weak vines, ob .rMi,fwouJ ,
tire it nil cane Iack to Lim so ft>rcibl.vthat ; SICK HEADACHE__-. j ened the digestion disordered linj thit .

ne seemed to be working in a and nenousness which follows, restore she goes about I.al pracrIFtwns 4 .' .
Ireain. He had known Nellie Temp, the appetite and remove gloomy feel. I a'I faced, Loltow-eyed an.l tagparJ themartyurei < .' .

sins since! childhood. The two farm ings. Elegantly sugar coated. j !, a piteous contrast to crdlt tor.

louses stood clue together and tl.c'hilJrl' fake" No Substitute. the blooming I health of "t.. L1 "In COHuh' i. ,
her former selhut over Jlu.l.tJ ,'1Snvtff.. druiut bl alt.i'.: .
!! I-HII'I Zeb and Nell!! to each I
-- -- I.OOO.OJO women have found Wine of rL. :
tther until he had become Lis father's'hred
If 1 hurt your feelings the other nigUt." healthagainbytakingWineofCardui. forJ't Bbck-Driujht, ar': .
man" and she had jut on long "And 1 you pot lost in the woods?" I As a regulator of the menstrual periods l inj have every reason t.- ''.. .

A vcqetaV':: U'.,:"'' for jrovcrning: ort jr(:O"I'S. Zeb had never escorted any queried.b as Lis heart began to melt."IIguess f Wine of Cardui Las never bfn Known a new life oprwd up t., m.- .A

/}. ...Jtajj th. ti.\\ of women inrn'i- i nhcr girl to the circus! to a picnic, toI It ____ to fail. It has seldom failed to restore health, ioJ it only toot tar. t" .
so. was awfully "
wuKU occur uiicc, in every lunar month I ramp meeting, to a harvest cheer or a ll perfect health even in the mot persistent Cure rrw."

I tJru shucking: and Nell had i.ever cn- dark. 1 1ill't and aggravated; case' of weakness.Miss rOil tiny ..'ure TIMu ,.' >. ,
BRADFIELD'SFemale "And a bear prowled at you? Ida M. Snyder of No. 5:15 H.-r- \'
ul'II'1I: any other! young man. > Snd.-r. if j''''tag >
I The old folks had looked upon it ns a "Such awful prowls: Oh, Zeb,1 was Brooklyn, X. Y., hat uvl I a. t\io\ tik.k 'it I'h.-it '
Regulator so glad to see you! I might! have beer Wine of CarJui and she says it help. Ilrauitt u the .: :
ciatter of course that the joung: couple' 'lqo\JlI|
"
Health Mss
life. to
I eaten alive: her into a new Wind of Cardui aui i it ,
t'o enti t! i:TI tty of jxmerful herbs would! get married in due time It "Y-e-s. Snyder is worth a great deal. She It I.
scar Nell are I'msOl'r .
you sorry : t.,1 ,. ...
I r'1rU1"tlJr hiiin
It 1> a (.,iKfUtriu-i v lee lst ;i !.i]>ui i nas only I after the girl had been sent.sway and what?" au attractive young woman with intellectual a
fur '\, .-ii: n ''it! ia atc or;;arjm. and put in to school and her letters to Zeb t attainments ami she occupiesthe edw tin;: acuiv. If ; .
)oil U torn ii.: .it it is always properly had been few and far between that he \'ty" you'll po Lome with me, won'tyou I l position of Treasurer of the Jlrouk-: iiif-ln m-'i actvnhns to '. '
av.niu.ite.l. 1,1 I t iki-n into the sv.teni.Sot ? This f'l-f': an ] euro I'i iimpl
awoke to the fear of losing: : her. I l>n }:a-t End Art Club. pr-.itiun i
>ji.ijcM:;>:>n'---i<'n, (I.IIltrll or other :!i Nell Tompkins at eighteenvns a "Yes. and what then?" will' /( tJ marks her as a person of im...!!e< t. r'iar'! : or..1 i ;;'1\, klv allI.011 .
.
irrtv" .,lrit\ I.i tlr Irtrn....- all Meld flows I' "Why. if pa and ma haven't gone to dlI ,,. ture and refinement an.l it sneaks lite1! .. a'c t.4: ili" -i\Hi 1 ha. r
attractive and ZebI
cood looking, girl,
arc i .irrrcied amt cured \>y the rcgulaiuc ; bed-and I don't tuiuk they l1a H'-J'OU of the respect and trust L>>r fu sjw h; .fi I. VI" 11! ,i.. Sr :

.II 'his MipiM"r cninsen.M0jue.Mi i I realized that education and soclityi might want to talk to 'em. you know." 't. iw women Lave in her. She writes: f t ai '. :.1 aL 1 as I I'
1 u 'tnui.ou.. IT rcrnciic flows, ueces- i would improve her still more. Other tires', ie+ .
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"Yes. I iiftr .
know. whispered Xeb as hlifted "If women would PlY more attention ar. l ;;
,I. i'.1 tat :'-.mg down of cells lining the i young men null l-c attracted, and te :
111 her face and kissed her. .\n.1tL,1I
f .'.' nirvi'iMne and a nconstrurtionier would stand no show. IJ'IIheal ': ..
1 '' kICS vvhiih is the sap In the pan boiiid and / A ,
: t .Cl'\ sit rcuiu.a>
n .. \\ .:h 'in irk>,i c"n:i->ti I tied his buckets of sap into the bar- I \.
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r' Such ch:mires areery aj t to pro- snapped, and the owl above their brad* !
''nls j he linden und thought; of curert.rnt of the Royal College 01 Sarge0lis and
chin'i.i-: .trrh. Luirnrruea : ;
i' c.tt or chuckled In his throat and flew awayto
Lf' sorrows. Nell Tompkins Lad for many year h..> ll("11 n ili'tinrni ..
'U 'i- is t!>TtMi'.tof tii, c irritating die other fields of romance.UKOUUU. -
h ir_ i I Regulator curt" these troubles: turned from Pfbool two vvc-t-ks before } !<:liPtl njHTutnr :1nll "ur;:iim III Lou

and i n -tortlit pirhit licilth the (anent on vacation.. lie had hastened GRANT.i dim. lie was one of the many numerous : THE NEW GROCERY STORE.WILL .
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; who.ffen d the! dcl>:!it-iting b sf'S. over to the farmhouse in his working; medical men who went toluth
U J' ., of dmgii>ts, *i .,u buttle. death of "\\"nndll." o ---
jur i clothes! to welcome her and plainly she: Africa during till' progress of the recent -
I'r illr.str-Uil: bunk iaile-l free had been Locked. There was lIu'' Jlrs. M. F. Lindsley. wife of lilt T.I.indsley Mar for the purpose of enlarging:
t ." died recently at her residence i
Perfect
Heath for "-olU..n
warmth in her handshake, no love in his elinieiil exjM-rienco. For more than MOVER
in Cincinnati.! Mrs.
U 1I I THE BRAOF1ELO REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta, 6l :j her e.ves Lvtn when he reappeared a Lindsleywas twenty years lie has been recognized: I

night or two lattr In his Sunday best well known among the trap shooters 1 ns nn authority on abdominal opera Keeps a Complete First-Class Up-to-Date S*
-- -- ------ j,t "Wanda," having accompaniedher ,a
and had tions.
she had call'tlllm Mr. Taylor
PASSED BOGUS CHECK. I I refused to remember IoLe had carried husband to many of the prominent I of Fine Staple: and Fancy GroceriesNo ,

I her on his back over mudholes tournaments and also visited gun clubs Buffalo Hill Off Oot,..

Lieutenant Ccffey, of New York Ar : anti boosted her over fences. A change throughout the central and eastern Among the tens of thousands of per.sons I 30 W Government St., Salisbury B'ock.'

rested at Oakland Cal had come to blast nil !his hopes, and. Kates.: She formerly indulged in trapshooting who saw I'.uffalo Bill on horseback TI.I.KIMIONK .TJ7

San Francisco. Aug. Lieutenant: ,I on his road home he made up his mindto but falling health during the at the wild west show less than ,I -

agar N. Cud-y, of New York, has: face it like u man. !i past few years caused her to forsake a hundred probably know what he

been arrested in Oakland, charged I While Iiu mendod the line fence between her favorite" i--pastime-% j*. looks like out of the sho\\ man's arena i ICE AND WOOD.

with passing a bogus check on the the two farms nest morning Lerais I Fays the Philadelphia I'r!''!!. WillIam!

projnietor of a hotel. I ,>d his voice iu song fo that Nell write"I had Marion diabetes in Lee its of worst Dunreath form," i 1-. Only Is a very tall man, about C I WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY Ml'til I.' ':(eElt T.

that he : feet 3 Inches broad of shoulder, of
His arrival at the hotel was preceded : Tompkins might realize was deep
Ind. "I tried er'ht with-
: by a !l.Uer from Portland. Ore., : not taking Ler conduct to heart but out relief. Only,three physicians Unties of Fo- ; chest null lithe of limb. He has a THIS M MMKR:: THAN EVE I F *. I-K

i his voice sounded like crow's. When complexion like n healthy schoolgirl,
purporting to b,> signeil l>y O.MirgpV a ley's Kidney Cure made me a well
: Striver captain of the Seventh infantry he met 1'arwr'I'umpkius, Le made a man." \V. A. D'Aleuibertt S. eyes keen aa hawks and a tongue SEND US YOUR ORDERS NC..'\, .
t i I of being and Le like a baby's. Except for his whitening
great pretense ju'ly.
V, S A.. staring that Coffpy wasa ,
; Mailed u reiMirt that l.o was "stuck" hair end the faintest suspicion of Thompson Olson c.C ()
second lieutenant of the company, .
who had barn sent south on officialliurioes. cii Abigail! Spoowr and almost in Iov"- Palafox.TAPE crow's feet around tie eyelids no one i

requesting that his name and I with Ileitj Cable! lie also/ kept away would imagine that he is tifty-be\en i Manresn Street, Te/i/trjnr i. .
from Tompkins farmhouse, and if years old.
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Imslnes.In- kept secret and asking
i any one asked him for news of NUi In dress ]:lItTa I,> Hill Is most fastidi .
ltd hotel( people to cash check for i
a ESTABLISHED
I [ :' it appean-d to take him all of thirty ous. The close fitting buckskin riding Mia,
J12r.: which! had been given him. The WORMS"A
seconds to recall her name. breeches and tinbroidered i hunting shirt

littera. written on official paper" Thus Zcb Taylor Lad tried to n> II-. tape worm eighteen: feet long at that he wears lu the ring are indicative McKENZIE OERTING & CO.

I and the lieutenant" brought with him himself ,...lit.\ttlmt he was gettrig I'-! least came on ttf Beene afttr my takltg two of his carefulness in general at ,
l'\ CAHETS. This 1 am sure Las caused
many appr.-ntiy genuine credentia's. my i 0 ----
best of it. tire. He wears usually a black cut 111141.11"I
f tail Health: for the past three yenrs. I am still
i 1 Th' i het ;> \\ a.. cashed but suspicionsUMV Night mail (''me> in the sugar Iush tikictiCasiarcts. the OJ.!) cathartic worthy t/f away coat of rough texture cloth a

J .IIPIIwh"n: a second che'k ;I 1..-b had eaten u cold supper w bile tin ooce by biuiNe jc.n'.cGEO W BOVTLES" Baird Miss double breasted fancy waistcoat of ; Ship Chandlery and General fiarduiare. ICOS

4 ; way i pr.-eitfi! by Coffey.n in i siip in the pan boiled and foamed and modest pattern and trousers with n I

.1 VfMigatiou was made and his arrest I Liter on had cut up the wood to be CANDY thin white stripe that add to the effectiveness AM) eoI' \I..\t 01 *riU:>:'lA.OBIVOV

C, tllllI\\! 1'.1 At fiist he strongly J pro. 'used through; the hours of darkness. CATHARTIC of his height. He Is fond -,- -

r.h'.1 hfc ineot'nro. but finally ad. Then Le sat down on a log to smoke rlf jewels and has enough of them In REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN A. KOKHMM
y rot\ -* I
mitti'd! that I... was not what hI' claimod : and figure out how many pails! of strap the shape of gifts from otentatcs in GALVANIZED \ ; ROPE, A. Ret.r.FL A "hO.N H 't Mf

flf to h... but asserted! that it was LA ; would... the result: of that run of sap lauds he has visited to make a creditable -

tit.-t off-1 -against the law. I He intended to follow the sirup to the raADI MAa1 UOtraaW showing. He Is seldom seen without Cum Cerdigi ?alit:. Oils Intlci! ItitriEtiis: flirts. iultn. !no

1 i "sugar off" pn-cess and count up tin a magnificent ecarfpln! presented to I CYPA"-4., iAN19, ETl:

LARGE REWARD FOR NECKLACC. i pounds of sugar. but his thoughts in ': him by the Grand Duke Alexis after a C. IcKenzle Oertln; (CollectiL Ajt'utf'.r H4: I'M.ciation. ";- H,

' seiiMbly drifted away to Nell Tompkins Pf'a.ant.' Palatable. Potent. Tame Good HocKXl. hunting trip in the uorth ebt. The .
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fj; Mrs. and for a long; ten minutes IK .Sever Sicken Weaken.ur Gripe lOc. 2 c,sue. only Indication! of the prairie scout ..
Spreckles Offers $5.000 for Recov. CURE CONSTIPATION. .
} cf Stolen Jewel. : was oblivious of his surroundingsThen I..U.on 1I.., (..pu,.HI..............!t.* I.rt. sea that nppears in his everyday dress is '
: ery : he was suddenly called to life b.v the slouch hat, with an unusually broad The Star

4: New York. An*. i.-Scotland" Yard I the hoot of an c'\\ I. He could ha\ NO.TO.BAC Sold gius anti 10 (e IKK", ninteedCyalldrug.Tobacco' UaWU brim Laundry
i anuuuni < .- a reward of |.,.III'iI for th. ,
' I suppressed the cold shivers inside ot ,
i4 i cove-y' ot a necklace lost by. or sto two minutes had not the hoot of tin .Viminatril For Goy nor.

::1; 'n hum Mih. C. A. Spmkels. of San : bird l>ceii followed by the scream of a At the recent state contention of the Biggest, Busiest, Best:

t ranl'l-" ". tables the Ixmda tone woman. The sugar Lush was a mile IIDNEY DISEASESdue Democratic party of Pennsylvania ex-

p :ip<>1Ij'I.1 of The New York American : away from any Lou-e; and the voice of .. Governor Robert I;. Pattison was nominated -

,,' Thf iiKklaiv. which consists of a a woman in tie dark wood weakenedZeb's -- 1 for governrr. Mr. Pattison has '::i All KM'iiiiu: ( ;all on

pirsle "tnru-: of magnificent pearls 1 knees unit brought Ins heart nth th* most foul d all dlJ. I twice been elected governor of Pennsylvania I

,t;' laM'-m ttth a ruby and diamond his throat He was shaking with! uu.Fnl! In ISM nnd 14st, and enjoysthe ; + P' Yuiir S\U'1I l I'rt4 "

!a.-j>, was (boucht in Paris anlY" Is es, : alarm when the owl hooted again. III distinction of being the only Democrat -

rI'; tmutcit t.> !.worth $20i( I hoot full!! of the direst peril and agtm elected to that office since the ; $ ; \II ti, .1 .
@ (ID' EY CURE III ,
A Mrs. Spitckels( was accompanied In it was followed)' the scream: IIf a woman Y' war of the rebellion.Mr I .
Miss Sprck.ls and missed the jewels: whose life was menaced 7.c'stopped L a Inrutsd HI&KJ Pattison was born Maryland: ,, .. .
I -- 1 .r 9 .ur Iir i
tit tilt' aill..nd station when on h'r : only to grab up a club, and and is fifty-one years of u!.=(. lie was I t y

nay to takt (passage for America! onih. I, then be made a rush into the darkness. or cicr.i7 efuncUd. Cortalnirsmediei tT 1A.1 ra?; I) 'r'., 1 wopto .

.' Kaitr Wilhflm dor Crosse chi He Lad only fifty feet to co before dis! recognized! by cmlphyslci&na 4 i N" 1 S ; 111ro it I, 11 N

hula. into tears on discovering hero co\eriiig Nell Tompkins leaning, ill .: ; !.i- l.y tf!,II f..:. I' i

>>s. andit first thought of remainingin ugftinst the trunk of a tree. t1int &s the best for r : : I'II I /.,.. Jut- i t

niml.iin; until some trace of themusnitis' "You-you here:" gasped Zeb ns Lt- rdlaty And Bl4cVJ.4t trouble.1RC3 ... r- I wilt b..tut.I pi
; came to u halt I,
|,. arts had been found, but lat- @lla. oat JIM"+ <' II I : iruJ rufti: \ .
"r- (.s. and, oh, 1.(<).1. the! l'l'ar-tIH
t'r dealt/ d! to leave their possible re bear:" she exclaimed as she held out W A. D'ALEMBERTE. i ..'- t t.r I. ..U'.UI

toverv 111 the hands cf the police her sinus to him. I
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agentsI : I "What I'l'lrnwre? When?" -

f I JI Bloody Work of Brigands. ':! "He's just roared out twice, und you Ifi.r.OO frt. ALL WORK C. 0. D. GaOft CiUti Ifir 'At I <


, SaIUllli'll. European Turkey .\ug,5-j|i -j"OU"I board him roar, but don't you Awarded at Park TELEPHONE II4. 27 GARDEN ST

li'ilsarian I riand3.ho wero1 I II ,
S >
>fn
i be afraid" said Zeb as Le put his: arm s't,l\g t.
I Fiirioui'.iU'! in the village! of Volka! y r WALKER INGRAHAM Manager
t around her and gently walked her to l.i'M ', .'
i :;ji 1) TiiiKisl: Mlilicrs. have estaped u.1; l lnjurrd the fn' The urm still encircled hI'ns QUINA1AROCHEWINE ] i .+ --

;itt< r haying killed four soldiers and j
t bri"I I they sat down on the log together, t TIME TABLE.
and fiv- villagers.; The
Le asked: I _

I pods bnrno. a considerable part of i I "Nell, did you start for anywhere CORDIAL I LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROADIN .
the villas' "
i and get lost? i HijSest recommenditions for cure of Poorness EII' ItCT .'t.l \l1t"H.: i*..
1-1 don't know" she halt sobbed."I of HiooJ. Siomich troubles and General DC- '
Of Neely-Rathbone-Reeves Fame. |I beard you were making sugar down ti.i't Inertias the rren>e. strengthens I New Orleans and Mobile.0. .
Knoxville. T'nn.lIg, 5.- Asocial the cents in J builds up the entire i> lcm. EOEEKT E. PATT150N.educated -- --- -
! here nil alone and that you were gulagto k :
Thp Sentinel from Morri.to" 91 rap Uriiuot i .t. .4. S'O t. S ,
to n. sugar off tonight""Not in Philadelphia which city
PARIS 7t'la 12:15m 11.6 p L..e* Pensacola Arrit iMomktoa
Tenn, says Pr. W. II. Reeves of the quite so ! 11:<)' a t::- tJS Iwae t..b.l.. 1.....
a
p L'
1't'lyIUthbon..nl't'\I fame in Cuba, ".\ I thoughtthought""What ..taeft..t.. studied law and was uOmittiil to the "" ..-..,_ ":jfip I _7:11' ft I.***. v.w ur ..all" "" i.at. i
has located in Morristown and will did you think, Nell?" bur in 1S:'. He entered jKilitlcs soon

practice his profession as an eye specialist i "I thought if I came down you'd give after taking up the practice of law North.No. --- -. -- -

: i me some maple wax on U white chip I nnd was ejected city ctitaptrollcr! of I. No. I- a .

and that 1 would say that I was "Qrrr The Beer ]Philadelphia l!>77 and was re-elected Ilsu5pm lilspat !>.,* r.n'a<%ol. Arr:,. | ImAiSam
) : I la lsStl i. but resigned to become governor 11:17 pm ArriT/ >- .Munl(nnirrjr !I...?. |1" a"
I 11:51.ain >: I ,1 FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE. I to which position l.e was elected( 7:116pm 1:1'1. m Arrl' :\..b\ll1. I...,.
A PHYSICIAN HEALED.Dr. That Made 2$1 am ":1.. am' ArriT J'ul.lh' I...,. '
Will cure JlrLnt's Di?e.\,". : i as tatt'tlllboIn ISM, at the age of 11:5wam Arnir. 'Dtlrlrlall' iwa,. -! .II .. i I ..iTxSJam
Diabetes. Oeo. Ewing. a practicing physician -
Will ;
cure I thirty-one. Tam 1lpm__ ArilTn Mt Louts IA.t. .1" ",

: \\'ill Will cure cure untie" Kidney in BI.Jdpr.Iud HladdfrDiMes. ; over thirty of Smith's year*, write Grove hi,* Ky.personal. for D9 ANNB i DISSDR I r T&MU O U S SVICTORIA I An Hrtolr of the Canikon*. PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION. ....

t .-\\ A. IVAleinberte. 121 .
t. I';. Palafox.: experience with Foley's Kidney Jules Can bon, the Trench tmbnssu- No.-21-Dally- No. I-Daily j :\0 HOp II hr tioi DAt.1oNa- -Nq >-I j a 7 !

----- ,- ---- Cure: "Fe>r year I had been greatly I dor. with his wife, sailed the other day 11:53:: p m TW a m I.>.ITS. f-Qi.couM Am* i"'a, f !n .
f : from New York for France. The 12:15nlgbl 711 .. L'ob"m.a v *
bothered with and bladder em-
. There's lots of money to be made kidney -IS- 12:5) 1:11\: .. al..tra "t" ..
lu real eotate-Iot of it. A real estate trouble and enlarged prostrate : bassaJur commented on the good feelIng I.t! 1:1. k.eambia I r:

sign i* usually a fin er-board to gland. I used everything known to i existing! between the two repub 11.s.'i" T'775,!, ". i I." .. uUl .". 'I l... JIUji"
: Harp
wealth. Thos. C. Watson k ', the profession without relief until I lics. Mme. Cambon, who Is a comparative li'Wl.M:! 7.M I" ,\jat: City ;! 1.|o' it i
, Co., the leading Real Estate firm commenced to use Fole\"'* Kidney stranger In merica. said "What 7i. MiltonUood "I I / .".
. have some offers which it would Cure. After taking three bottles I MADE BY ACME BREWING CO 1:31 am. kall,. "
struck me,mostlwas the independentways 1:15 h ._ d
:: 9 H Holti .. II C
I be worth your while to consider. Go ; wa entirely relieved and cured. I BESt 1o-CENT BOTTLE of the American women." 1i=U" 4 1) .. ...... IlIllIall F r'rai
And see them today aud don't wait'' prescribe it now daily in my practice BEEn .::H ....l."I. .... It,Il
till to-morrow. and heartily recommend its use IN TOVX.DANNHEISSER, IJ OJ M .. De.rLaad .... ...
i "
8:21 8.() MO"y lI-a4 a '
to all physicians for such troubles I 4M ttS ...Daiantakttpnag4 ...pt..
I have prescribed it in hundreds of BROS. ':Ii" 11.16"! .._. Argyle .. f .
,! Try one of our celebrated caves with perfect success." W. A. AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATEDI c8.c ':1-) 8.51' Pone <3. L.oa._ M 7 ..'
:JO" 10:10' .. ..M .attllle _.._ f if'M '
tj- S. Felt Mattresses. D'Alemberte' ', 121 6. Palafox. 1 -
: IL i I 6t$! OJ M 15' ..._ Ca'III. .__ f U "
pack or I I. f, Harper f toby.Main tUj ilgiutare If on every box of the rerll1rlt! 6 S-'l" 10a1" .....__.Coollsy- ._ alt .
They never grow ..
) ? .
I 8:1+ ) 1).1" .. lblpl- ._, a
Better than a hair Seasonable householdand ; House-401 S. Palafox street. Laxative BromoQuinineT.b.euthe 6:90 11:07" coltondal. S .
lumpy. remedy that coW 7.)0 115": .M artaalla ._. 11f
I con a la oar Uj. a
itmttress at half the price. kitchen utensils at the R.R. Exchane-Opp. Union Depot I:*<) 113" .l'p'... ,. l S
P. O. Box 2>1. Pensacola Fla. 7:6< OJ 11:5: ." .._..(iran4 Rld1.._ I r
I Know One Sore Itemed/ Toj"! It.d' noon .t'assi I :
Marston # Quina. Willis Hardware Co.'s. Phones 116-2e3. "
: I I I tar obe'r.ate coif: Ja 9:15 ifl3 .
__ III same U Farr"Bs:.SIa : ArrlTtK.T+7laacuoaL.ar. I. .
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 6, 1fl02.


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The SPORTING WORLD Diamond Field of India.

Diamond fields in India were known

Cures All Kinds of from the very earliest times. In the
dew CTdlDK -oordi.
sacred books of India eight localitiesare
The smashing of records has been a
Kidney and Bladder Troubles feature In many branches of sport mentioned as yielding diamonds,
and of these three Lave been Identified
thus far this season, and c cling has
at the present day-Matanga (K:1st-
Kidney and Bladder Trouble Rheumatism not proved to be an exception. Frank
na and Godavery), Paunda (Chum :Nag- I
all kinds Kramer started the ball a-rolling. and
i of diseases produced I
by ana pur) and Vena Gunga (Wairagbar).
'e-* >f uric acid. Harry Elkes and Albert Champion the The diamondiferous area of India so
Frenchman, were not long in following
far as is known, is
perhaps more extensive : -
guitKikes Infants and Children.
than that of the rest of the for
returned from his trip to Eu-
HarrisLithia rope in good condition and In t stabn.WIn' world, and nine-tenths of the famous Castorin !* linniilo-s ,.iib..tUntc- for ( a,tnr Oil. ran--

-. Jewels are Indian stones. gone, Drops thud SootliNi; ;: Sjrui,". It i I. PI M..ant. It

contains neither Opium. .%.Mnriliiun nor other. :\artnfli'
Water Cooking Ham. sulMixnco. It l.MrojVorniH ami all.i> t ,.\Tl..lni.*...

Ham is frequently too salt to fry It care: DiarrluiM aullml ('lIliC". It r'lIr\l"+ '1',.,.,h.

without previous preparation. Put the inj Troul>l '" ami enrey Constipation. It rfuuLilr* IlioStomach

j IB recommended by the bet physicians allr slices In tepid water and let them ami lto\vil-, jininsr liralllij and n.iliiral >U'i"

? the United :States.:: For sale every. stand on the back of the range to soak The CliUdrvu'* IMuacoa-The 3lolh'" TrU-ml.

t\ "t'rt'-i rhipped anywhere. out the salt, not to boil for about half The Kind You Have Always Bough'

an hour. Drain dry between towels,

Nothing Can Compare then fry In a hot spider. Bears the Signature of

When a whole Lam is to be baked or
".\ ':LITHU CARgos.\TED WATER for table use. HARRIS LIIHIA boilNl Jet it stand overnight covered
ALE the finest of all
s IK is ales.
with cold water

I
Write for Free BooKlets-testimonials of cures, analyses,
.
The Cheerful Fac .
i ti t-Low to your physician. I
Next to the sunlight of heaven is the + I

Harris Lithia Springs Co., Harris Springs S. C. I cheerful electrifying face.Influence Who?has One not glance felt its at In Use For Over 30 Years

I ..... rea..ua "O...". f..a..... Na '9" ....
this face lifts us out of the mists and JII

shadows into the beautiful, bright; and -

.\ OK TKLEPHONKM. 4j43i' ,\ warm within. A host of evil passionsmay ......

lurk around the door, but they U I : Every Woman
W. MARSHALL. Penaaoola, Fla.
: never enter and abide there. The cheerful

- ;' i ii face will put them to shame and "I n U \ ctlH NAwliay ';.;

I tlight.
Ito c ScUfcorM Arc MB lie.Thoiuh ,, : :
1 'i... \", hlll,,". r ,

:... A jour lo\- ol : in> i-oiiiiiliAitu's arc involvedin '" r.liiIUMorklnun.< Importers and |tra!.-", in- ,. .

"I i far !in forcing th-' :iikin l ;;: ..r M-isxors III' iniich skill ? i 4 i Dirt is alu-:a>'s unhealthy. it should I.' .. ,....... ... k'J' / -=-
{
ifiusrul.ft the l'I'lI""S' of iiKiiiufjictun I Chinese and : .
ti i. not be! tolerated,! emi in an elastic Japanese ; "HS.-. <'
is"t'r interrstiii.i I --V--
Tln-y an f ; t
i.
"I' II I line). answer- j, stocknm, dough! that is not an article lr.' .' '
I t.1,1 It
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forccil fruni ;:/UHI liar 1'11'h'att',1 to Fancy Goods : : .. /
ti "'I': my contempt that'all I II' sent to the \\ash. Clean' it J
.. .q' ,
rolnoss.mil M.i'lc lioinnt, off witlisuiHciont IIMM4 ll .
-!'i ..\ some of these c: 'I lij :lIlJhill;.:' it with a pure of ll.iiiueldipped -
FINE CHINA TEAS
.
iiirtil to form the .sliiink. or K'? ," I.??. Kid, ,-a .
'" li i ni t rich I*fort* in Hour, heated .is much as po.sible .- .. _
that U'Miwtl to Inn-ceil'' tlu' cutting' I 31 South Palafox St. -- -
1 1 -i house steaks are | in the oven \\ithout browning ftI .
part. and bow ur that which: l.sti-r t "uis I Laundry Otlice. 1'ermc 'la. .1:1(1 .....
i i'I heir glittering I Shake out the tlour and icju-ut tIe pnness : Iii
fa<:hioneil into the holding; purl ion. .
J 'tar. ELKES.lishing if neiessar.x.HOLD. I "I'.. IM (-ti .Uii.trti. .t ti- takeubcn
For the bow a smull hole is pouched r
'- I a new world's hour record .
motor .
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W Jtut.ii'llry
niiil this is afterward exiiand'il to the l t ; \i"f"C : i <
i VII '.rouine. paced, demonstrated that he will '!
Dl'ST."let .. 'Tle!, l''nuuuuet
riHuirvil size liy hamnienni !it on a i i-'l'-r
'..1 lutire." be a dangerous; factor this year. Dikes - -- - - ,
hcrom.1 t'('hit-a I anvil, after which 1 hull: shank Thpv tiny( apa1,5arr 'I r or 1 I : ,. 1' Ir' I' I'' tat I.r 1 H III Ad
'u'I'I'I'i.1II miles and s 0 Inside the GOLD DUST! twins do work.
( yards .
lair
.
ti r .ili l'Jtl I I
I and how are liled into a more jiiTt'ettshajn1 ) ,'; : viiu'I 11.. -' i|"-ir.i ,.;, tl.. |>'|'' '
i'il her rival spit. the sixty minutrs. iHM-rlus the recordof C"oI'l.. iro Inji-, lI"\1: ,
..i 1 see any one : .!- and the holt 1001"11111 the middle 4<) miles! and C3o' yards made II) I T' ".f lire in 48 i' ir c tii ii:, ivi' r .nit in i1,, n. i>> ant ltlGqaa'
_x' .
for the rivet. The l.l.ide are nextroiiQil fi ,kjt< :1.' tu.ar |gI nli
iMlluu his Will! Stinson.Cnampion .. ... .
.n. .
i .
ilw'n-I and the handles lil,tl siumith'and .tti it till r ;: H M K,H iirTHE
ril I u-ature or ) started his record break- nttcISTc '
-. 11' .
bumi>hed with oil and emery, \,0 i, ( ,tI. I. PI\. :\r11
In? work ut'ahiu.1f1t1, whl'rlw
I I after \vhU-h tine pairs an lilted twtlior -.-
went ten miles in sensational time: behind -
I and tr'-tl'll as to their enyworking.
'i t'ltonsChil'ago! ] motors. The watches had, ticked I GARDEN SECTIONFensacola

I Iv oil but Hin. "8. v hen he finished.
-- --- They are not yet liii>heil. however;

they have to underpi hardening and
it g --OP-'I
: ml,* 11..1. maAtrarY
rlrm..rlpnll IlenIt -.
tl'nJp'rin and lie again adjusted" after
.der lnt-f will
a; if ever I
The for American I1rl1.I
uio\ement an Florida.
which they are linally put together
I Icy has taken definite throuch ,
i-'iluced In j I again: and j ili.-.Iied for the third tiun. shape
lOW some
the of
efforts American
lowing association. 1
In onijiariii the 1,1.S of knives and tjOStfhMt
Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus,
V M-i.-'sors it will be noticed lit t-ourse,
t The matter of a regatta was left to
houses. I that tin Litter are riot in any way MI
onlyt.lrinerly.1ila sharply ground a* the former and that: a hoard of stewards. It is proposed to I Beautiful Lots for Sale.
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in cutting wihsors crush and bruise hold the tint American Henley on the GOLD DUST

.. .'. 1U.rt. than knives. Schujikill river at 1'hiladelphia! in will dean ar.ythirp ctear.acieclothes a-o hes. 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each accord
I'rninolion. ,
i I' I .i. July of next year. The board of stewards pots and pan l.oors and doors in fact '.rye; ir.2

M Oillmore has Inlis, 'hhHol.I"lp: is composed as follows: from lessens ceUuto care attic GOLD DUST ,i-enter., ,u,or, ing to location and surroundings.

'r -r Murphy .
As e-sj-wiilifyin, the pitch to whirl Phil.ukliihia.-Tboinas Heath.'il Made onj! bj THE N K FAIRBANK COMPANY.
: --ral. sue- Ham lunges 1'orbes. Charles :. W. Pad Good j\eihlntrhwil Heautitdiivt\
Exceptionally
Itoman cpirun-ani was carried and Ch.caeo New York Boston St Louis. ,
i '11I'r i in nrd. Dr. James P. Hutchinsou. Iir. .1. Makers Of OVAL FAIRY SOAP.
indicative of a truly barb.-irio nature, n I High Dry Fertile Land
if the
William White. Kdson F. Callaudet.: !
dish ('oiisNtlnu of the tongues; alone of
,
!ulna */*,1 "ovNti4ltlV(
('muloritl-l'l'I1""r Ira :\. IIollix ,
tliou-sands of the fa\write
some songsters I The for investment
'''.1 : of the air was requisitioned at Itlslem-II. L. Iliffginsrn.: Jr.. 1.:. o'o grandest opportunity ever

I itilifli" tot to satisfy the illnrdinate ttlr\'fl\\". K. P. flake 1 I r. Huh Cn hilt. j If You Have offered in Pensacola.

.. ,"'Intl 1 rig ''ravtnj:< of one uf the eiiijierors, Oi.> W. P. Henderson.Ithacsi .

.'an hardly avoid tin reflection that :\. Y.-l'l..f"f \\'. 1lyn ... ""... ............... I Rome Seekers Should Se Tl< c \c L'>tx.
It";
.
rand.Xew
such a tit-ins mu->t have horn extremely
I ;u' 'h.f II" uatuucful. The liver ,.f a eajmn York City.-Julian: \\'. C'irti-s.i I RheumatismunicsoL A. V.ClubbsCorner

,- -' ituiiiii- stewsl in milk was thought a zreatdiHcacy. Henry S. Van Itazcr, I ir. John A. Hart
... ....
; 1 t fl anil of solid meat well. "' -
I I b..d Irk ap-
1,1' Detroit.-Dr. A. II. Flickwir.The Garden and Alcaniz Slrtrfs.V
; I'ears to have l Ixvn 1IHt relished. the genet tested and .

I .'I 1-a i I"i Tube. The stanch Kmnanlio did nut taKe -- en'l"rsvd California I

'sm, i ion hare his pleasure homeopathic-ally reclineilduring :Ne\T Foiu-ln< ; \-.,",'Illtion.Iul Remedy will cure
you. It also cures Liver Kidney and .
I JIlII I t't't Ilf c. BRKNT WM 11\ "WLt. W" lI'tll ,. "tt- .
nr- dinner on a luxurious c-ouch. his ,', have l'I'IIlrI\\1I up to govern: :adder diseases, caud by an eirfsofunc
:.ni..h' closed arid It never lulls and builds up 1'residrnt- \ .v. I--.d-..t .... ,., s.s ar
.
the cliauipiont-hip contests art the new
'..''. :and ttnl';> bend ri-stiiii. mi his left .thosup' the health and ptrerpth! uhilo tiling it
IK p irtil by cushion.Suetonius! drawsiltcitinii Intercollegiate Peiuinu' association. I In (Vudktamp for hook cil wonderful certificates
taken
.M
I o, to its normal out : to a superb apartment cnctedl general the regulations or the \present by druKKistB.Price If fl your per itruKgUt bottle. For ran tale nut

will h,. dstroy the extravagaut Nero, in which his Amateur Fencers' League; o America supply you It will be tent prepaid upon First National Bank

'. -itit of t'll are heals were partaken. eoiitruited" likea have been decided on but sexc'.il' modifications i receipt of price Address

.v l.ich nothing theater with shilling scenes CIaI1-' have been made. Hereafter i { Uricsol Chemical Co., Los AngelesCal
.1 I "minimi of then
lug with event tours*. the jud-es will mark the competitorson 1 or the
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OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
-- -- a basis of :-.1 per cent, of ss hi'-h !.".
< > <. Mutnircil Dollars lamar & Psnkln Drug Co, Atlanta Ga. -
The 11d.tninilike Li.nn. per cent will be for general form und
!Ii' file'': 'eau-cd byrii.n Distributing Agents. E>xii.aa OT o:x i.,
.. tH' The loon is the ipuicUest living rreatre. ]1) I>er cent for touches only experienced -
t
eared by Who H. KNOWLE3. W. A. HLtt'-T. F. 0. hKKNI V K
: HYKK. JL
( me. Send for cir- .\ loon that has had ex'perieiu'e amateurs will be allowed to otJiciate. "

can dud-je the il.ish of a mm. You see To decide the final \ liters a FYS D. U. BKKNT

i \ i-vf.i Toledo! O. a I hnil on a lake, but Ions; 1 before you torn of elimination will be used so PARKER'S

.' 1-I..7J1'; him he and has that the defeated team drops out after HAIR BALSAM
see seesou. taken :tu"111:11
iiiM-i-.tnry of you and your l>eloiuiiius. each round instead of continuing: until 2 CI I 4Inuee Inner. tau I .IUIW'a"1 bfiutJtifi rn""I'L the bclr. Pri i D a Q wmuti x a tt UQ S lt
f'd\ 's Tat ;.I"ver Fa.! to Hwtor Gray
the
Honey it meets other as in A
and If you have no gun, ;you mayiHrliiips every team = Hair .to its Youthful Color.

.i a/e..sure. AYi oliat. ( appioaeli within lint' yards l I".- past. ,I Ciuri.f.....:.p"" Swam'1'01 ft fine.ba r ito l..u;,1. -, -- -

fore lie l.iuulis: at you with that horrid ---- --- -- I t rg-We draw oar own Hillti of Kxcnan/b CL Uru if.-iuit. Inl&ad

> ntors"ehtiveii\\ shriek which gives him his name anddK'ippunre Cures Cancer, Blood Poison, Eating Germany: }France Antri.i. Italy lio'land. Hpaiii. JftlllaD. Hantu.way. Nab

under the water but k-how Sores, Ulcers, Costs Nothing to Try. LODGE DIRKCTORy
hick will sell Bireden, Denmark sad other Jtar"oAfe'OIrI....
we a ;:Uii and he diH-s imt stop to 1.1I1:1a- Hlood poison and deadly cancer I

Murston $ !!UillCl. lie :roes ill.tlht'r.'III'U in a sportive are the wor-t and mot deep-seatr-d tfVeasels DUbared upon lh. Mo i I'Aynrabl. t.rl-. au4 IANI

ni'Hhl. he o'liii-tiiiics; waits until In' KNIGHTS OF PYTHIANIVnxacola Obligations Taken Payable at Port of "u'IJ""I.L T,n or Klfi*.e l>ari
al >ticirij.titent on blood diseases on earth yet the I after Vessel Arrives there.
see you almut ready to lire, \\hen. nt
b- a regular meeting of ea"i<>-t to cure whet Hotanic Blood bodice, N,,. 3. K. of P.,
tile llash. he dives and you see t:4shit : I 1
'i: Medical Krciety ei spatter the water where he has Bum H n-'ed. If you have bl.m m..u vpry :Uon"y 11"1111. iWTSafety Deposit Boxes for Rant in Connection

f Hultli otl'.ceit cI ju-t p>ue down. poison, producing; ulcer', I bone pan- I toll in Ibo at-v:''u Blonnt nt Castle-- Warm Jla'; with which wo haT K Priva Dartinnnt for th" Utnf e

1 -...dlY.u..!'. 12 and 2ici.ins ii! fallinghair 'I Rautors.HANDWORKERS
----- ----- pimples mucuoti patches KufldnK! third door .
I' --- are cordially! To My Friends. itch in;! *kin .;;scrofula old rheumatism VUltlnx brethren corSi*" ,
.- -.i. oil,' =ive form of weloomed
or n c: tirrh.scaos
It is with joy I tell what Kod'ddid : H.I.H:
you
...w. C. DEW fRY, and case*, deadly cancer, eating rte.: H. HORSLER -- -
President for tote. I w.i-;: troubled with my biff din;jj. festering ""n's.Wf.l Il!- : K. K. A R.
WE WILL FURNISH YOUR
.1 H KKKGOLAYIZC. stomach f.r several mouth [pan lag*. lump, ppr* -tent wart >>rore. .---- -------- M I Ii HOME FREE !

S' eret'rrS. b'-ii I.g advi-ed to uKodol, I Jiio, take Hotanic Hlood Halm I li. H. H .
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and words cannot tell the .nod it It wllIl'llrt"'PII the wor-t castaftei i LaurelsAgain r ya. K -
everything else fail. H. H. B. drain a ,
![ ha- donme.. A tlt'III".rI.ld dS'-- I. _
the jK i-">n out of theytPin and the L
p.piao that he had tried nio-t i blood then ,'verytlrp heal, unking i I ,, .
Tie Farii Exposition .
y'; 'j Corn Meal Mills. :,: HVf-iyttiin/! 1 told iiiir. to u-e KM- the blood pure and rich and building flu made the Gold ". .... +
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the broken-down body. B.- .
1 tip .. .. .
of le have I
did. Word* irrititu: : eoniej :
tame Blood Halm H. U II th..r- t'.1 ....,.
It ''SZaiiEZ 4 CO. Prop u' .. ,.... ,
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j I,t 1111' from him hse' all-e rt>cnnj. ol'hltptfd: for 30 yearDru meuiieil It.-O..n. 11'. Fry. Viola: bottle. .
Trial I + 'r
\1. 'a trr.. I I'It |i -tore? $1 per large; ., .. ? ,1ilL' .
Iowa Health and strength ofmind j Blend '. o: '
\I \ > l'1'IGIA'NI4TO'K ',, ( treatment free by writ'u lamdn'n 1 -.
and body, depend( on the stornai'h, i ii i 15aim .Atlanta Ha. -cnbe pa.lr I ; .- r
; C. ., .i tpu filar .or I'. ., :, .. .
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FEEl: 'i: and norrf.al activity of th" dig; ..-tiva trouble and free medical advice I WHISKEY I \I. I ... : r 1. : ,,''

. '.". ",ndUMry:td b.i i\ your, for McelksCtl Ihpre n ioru'.ui-I Kodol, the great recon.trui'tivM I :given; until currd. H B H toe< not rp'xaA M'. ,": t. .o-, \". ftr.I I' .:. : 1
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cureall -tomach 1
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taiu'-ral r 1.,1' "
I >ni Mftuufdcturrrcounts contain pol-ons or mercuryi Oold medal* ... d .
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bone lnl1lll. and bowel troublesinditetion. dp. .. "' .mallS' adverti-adreutedie-dos. fltv aeiae3 lit a I... tU)". J am I..t' ,. .
, ',1..fllJ [ha! cominanltja 1! pnp.ri Kodol diie-ts any good food i; but is composed of Pure ISotauic In- flew andMOorldi t Fair _uti. .n, y ;\I... A...:.. UU.lIt (..' Nw.'i.i..
: indirectly I bent-atea ,
'i I eat. Take a do-e: after mtaNll'irR 1 :30<)U te-tinmni-il- thor 1893.
':n ml\nuturt': you you A'rpdit'lIt.'t'r SALVONA SOAP CO. Ccr 12th d p1.! SIB ST. Louis
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MI 1. of labor loa ow. ;-' Pharmacy John Sheppard.Hiduey burp* bv taking Hotanic Hlood HalmK I ,

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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST S, 1902

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.< $5,000.00, ?4 .. ..."GREATEST :.I
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:: Worth of Summer Merehandise j: : IX THH 0 I; .. ................... .......... ... '.

: to be Sold During this Month. : AUGUST SELLING HERE IS YOUR GAIN !. HISTORY. OF THE STORE. j jEmbroideries I, .....................eo. ...',,

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Wash Goods Department. CARPET DEPARTMENT. and Laces. : TH IS


HALF I'KICE IN FIGURED LAWNS.VhitpHirMuslin Velvet Carpet at ..... . . . .. . .. . .. .. ....60c yard 1,000 Yards Emb. Bsading, 5 and lOc yard

\ 4c yard Brussels Carpet at .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ..Sue yard 2.000 Yards New Emb. Edges

Fine Whit- Goods. yard Union Ingrain Carpet at ..... .. . . ... ....... ......3'kyard: and Insertlngs .... ...... ..5 and lOc yard! : SPACE .* ot

I'j-jue*, Tennis FUnnel. (iillitea Wool Ingrain Carpet at---------------------- .. .. .. .jc yard 1,000 Yards Torchon Laces 3s: yard .? ..ot .?
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Wovenhdrlt .15c yard
Cloth,
Rugs 25 per cent ot!. 30U Yards Black and White
(OnSummer Counter. Remnant Lineoleum at Half Price. Lace Bands (Fine Good) 5c yard

Underwear. Lace Curtains odd pairs at Half PrIce 300 Yards Linen Emb. and Inserting, Will "hortIy C"Iic..ltJ .ut, ,.
with Linen to Match, at Cost.
Lace Curtains, Entire Stock, at 20 per cent ot!. '
oil 1)1. Ladies' k1eeveIe"t'..2 for Zc d Illh.u.tlD -
2.1 Ioz. Ladies' HIeevelcs! Vest SPECIAL ON MATTINGS. Gents'

lileached . ... .. ,. ..3 for lOc Furnishings. '

2S Inz Ladies', Sleeveless Vests, Bleached Lisle Vests, Sleeveless, p SHOE NEWS..4. ,
T<*p 'd.. 4 for 2jc: ", r;;:..,,., ..c:::: r- c. .s- 3M each. .
!*t Ii z. Ladies', Sleeveless \ e-t.,;,
LMo Thread .-")c each Gents' Straw Hats at Half Price.Men's .. .
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SPECIAL SALE y'u st WI-l. y..tt "I"
:''1' Doz Boys' Shirts and DrawerKjihrL'sran -. ,
40c suit V.i ,
25; Doz. Men's Shirts and Drawers V. -0"- Shoes. : 1,1. dII'." II:,': It .; i' ItQ ,

tlhrigyan; !suit l; 1
Strong Point Oxford* for Boy*...now $1.50 ,

Waist and Skirt Department. ; LACE CURTAINS I Ladies' Oxfords, J'2uO.. .... .. ..now $1.65 .......... ) ................ ........................-
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v Ladies' Strap; *, U.75. .. ., .. .. .... now ?l3>
each
;,:;.j 1)nz.'bite & Colored Wai.ts..3c
10 D.>z. Madra>. Waists i .50c each l> -ANI'DRAPERY :1 Ladies' Oxfords, *2.50..now $l.9i

". D'tz. Chiunbry Waists worth i Ladies' Straps, $2,50. ... .. ...... now |1.97Men's
II %0 to 11.75.;: f r..U each: CURTAINS :
Low in
Wtlltl1J111ck :>:kiru.3 a each v. Quarters Proportion.
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c Colored Duck :Skirt.. fl I.CO, were $1 5ulored
('.- Chambry :-:kirti. .f 1 M.<) were $2 50 TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. 2JUilliam Hardware.NEW .

New Wo.il Wllkillklrt: ,. .2:!.50 to *7,oil .... MEYER SHOE CO
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Ribbon Bargains.

.\IIl"III"r.. No. Iii) 1'atTeta Ilibb.m 11ct'uI.'r' yd $'nju00uV| Bon. Hammock Patterns single and, Cheap.Double Latest I .'..tt rUfliI"'I" for ( a.h nut;

All Xu. 4o Titfeta: Ribbon. Itu yd I
., Yards Fancy Ribbon at. . 5c yd Enamel Ware, Blue and White, Big Stock II I 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET

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SOCIETY PUZZLED SOCIETY EVENTS 'WNmI 'r 'ir''n'l

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DAY AD NIGHT. i .-, West Intvmlviivia Mri-el. I
AND PERSONALS : .
High;, society: at the navy yard i is I, .

W much be-tirred over the abrupt ending POU & GINGLES, Managers. : ,, '

of a recent love affair, which I .

Fi promised soon to end in a wedding. I. Paul, a prominent lumber shipper i .

I of Mos Point, Mis?., is at the
The rumors !have it that a young
Merchants today. I BARGAINS : :
r tidy thre h.id been keeping corn- I F R. POU j .

E. B. Sanders and J. Y.Hizerof .
t puny with a new employe at the I,
f' New Orleans are here today, guests .
rani and had been engaged. to marry at the Merchants.W. .'" j FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER. ..,

'nn. Things went on smoothly until '"
i 17 West Intendencia Street. Office Phone, 31. Residence Phone, 673. ,,
l the day before yesterday, whenT Williams, editor of the

Westville Advertiser, arrived at the ,
< pro-pective bridegroom ;sudden Lewis House last night.V. DOG KILLING I TALKS IN NATURAL TONES. *..
tendered hi. re-igiiation: from thelucrative

held him and F. Dardeu of Tallahassee and I Machine That 1* a taut Improvement
b/
j l po-ition .
| on the i'hoIuraph.While
J. T. Mapoles Of Florala were arrivals EVERY DAY
I ...>k hi- depirture without lettiugi' TIME TODAY i I the reproduction of the bu- ,
at the Lewis Hou-e last night. a
t youe know that he was going. I man voice by means of tile phonograph

t Z I Tim cause of his sudden leave- W. Keyset and family left yesterday and pniinupboiio is a remarkable ",
: achievement, there are objettions to
Toronto, Canada, to spend Seventeen ownerless friendless and ..
1 k ing rumto I light this morningw i ; I the strained and unnatural quality of
; the remainder of the heated term. homeless dogs were shot to death at ..
1 .."ii it b catue known that he had bounds reproduced by the ordinary
the police station this phonograph gramophone. The a
morning by peculiar -
Eric Von Axelson, laud
Ala- general :
j wile and children! living in
I agent of the Yellow River railroad, Mounted Officer Parker who has metallic quality Leard from *
b an i and that I a certilleate bowingt1 those Instruments is due to the fact :: -.\. 1 __
i is among the prominent vi-itcrs this year caused the death of 51 canine that in order to make the reproductionsas ..
at Im had: been married in a cer- .
here today.T. loud as possible the original must .
.tin Alibuiu town, hid been None of those killed today were of be of abnormal effort. 4.a
ij:. Welles and family left today
I brought l.:.-re by an interested )party.: for their summer home in Athens auy great value. They had been in Emlle! Berliner, the well known electrical ::

I the pound for two days, the limit of 10\t'ntor, has, however, demised ,
Tie.! -ence of thi-i document became Ala. Mr. Welles will
pr return in
their stay in the city's I a reproducing machine wherein this '
known and caused the mm to about ten days.Mrs. care. trouble Is remedied. It is composed ofa I l. FRIEDMAN & CO. 8i',

simultaneously. The art Las advanced -
mis on him. have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. III'I
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PO far that the records may LeI
1 It -tated today tint the two E. D. Beg s, left yesterday for tLeir I Colorado Las Suu mountains onehalfof made of
{ i* I exact duplicates each other, :;
wLieb christened.
:1 wuU hI"1h..11 married whnin a home at Madison. are not even even to the minutest detail. The only : I ACKET STOR[. 'o- :
There are ()4) lakes and moiv than _
;'! ttiioiith. and friends of tl.e young Mr. Oeo. Bouifay, the popular and sixty rivers in the Centennial State. difficulty in operating several machines "

1 udylam with pie kurt that the experienced dry goods sale-man has The LWiest incorporated town on the Is to Late them registered exactly with '
each other s-o as to insure simultaneous r
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(, ,ili-coveryi'f. man's pa-t wa- nude accepted a position with W. J. & B. American continent Altm.in, in Colorado IJJIJII.
operation A table is
or support provided -
1 ...fore the wedding ceremony came Forbes and will assume his new duties which nestles I'J.iKiO: feet abovesea :' on which there are mounted a .. \ .v.\!

j .If. -------- within a few weeks. let'el. number of rotary tables of the usual

j >f i.nt III ('I nil.Aiiotlwr Mrs. s. A. Cosulich. Mi-s Anna Among the Alps there are nine peaks gramophone type and adapted to re- ,,

11"\\ il.iss. one! design! fifteen Co,ulich and Master Gilbert Co.-u- more than I4.tN' feet Ligh. In Colorado ceh the well known record tablets of i j i Crab nets and fishing .._____ s.fll\ I

('",trs has l.,-t-n ;tdi>[iti'il l It y the fau there are forty-two. nil higher than commerce. These tablets are generally ,' 'rlllrlllr'wr
lich left for Sulphur : -. tackle to suit everybody at
today
Oraysou :
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.us StMuautiakj roriutliian Yacht the famous JunfKni.; arranced in a stapj.ered row. each I I '
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lul.1 t>f t'IHli. The nifiuhers' belii :Springs; Va., where they will Tlie Pillars! of Hercules! the portals being supported on an upright swindle i, the Willis Hardware Co's. : : '

>\C hat tlii- tit-W craft will rival the pend the remainder of the heated of the South Cheyenne canyon, iu Colorado or shaft journalfd a standard fashion -I j --- -- -

(anions kiHx kal'outs of IS'jT. The new I term. rise nearly I.l"IV feet In their to a table. [ Cleaning ladies skirts and waist ,e..

IN KIM will bt- kinl bloops measuring I n.Rea sheer uplift and in one place are only Upon l'acl1li'hart jut t..l'lothe table is one of onr specialties. Htar Laun Ii t a
a travelling "ent.i-
liittvn fct-t. racing under the new 'I repre forty ftt-t aprt is secured a disk hating equally spaced I dry. :
tive of the Central of railroad
1III'III't'n'nt rule llicy will carry > Georgia The Itocky mountains Late not ns radially projecting pins of its periphj j .

ilia."'.11 I. Jib tnul spinnaker with n t was among the prominent early jet found their true place either in literature ery. The disks are all of the same size, | Thos. C. Watson & Co..
Kill nn'.i <.f "OIt overi' ) square feet j morning arrivals at Merchants or sons These with the same numbvr",f pins and
majestic LeipLtsoccupy
the leading Real Estate Agents, take nUTAURANn
In the in.iiu-iil: ; fluId jil They will I hotel today. He will leave this In Colorado alone! more than they are driven together with the ta- !' all the worry otl the shoulders of the I ?

have "I"'n ittkpits ami be, noasinkable. afternoon. live times the entire pace occupied bIos at the same speed by means of a I j' owners of property, mana/e the I

_ by all tile Alp belt hating perforations spaced to fit'.! renting of their houses and the collection
:\lr.V.. D'C. Kessler, who has the pins and operated by a motor of of their rents as con"cieni -
! been enjoying: an extended European any desirable construction. The regis-1 I i I tiously as they would themselves.
tour. will sail from Liverpoolon In Colorado doing' business! to\'- tering deuces make it possible! to insure Their charges are very reasonable : : '
\\ IK-II <% II.(' N Irlt ('0. cry day in the week that are on ahigher DAILY MENUS
I the Cymric next Friday Auz.; S, let el than the contact of each stylus with a :
the St. Bernard
.\ t.-'t wamade to Had if ju-t the great responding point "f each record by till a
for New York and will arrive home
with its storied monks and .
pass dogs
'lf of colTee al'Mie Cotnpnall I
would i
| aving : the mere act of placing the stylus on .,.
tijual condition of health about Aug. 2J.CITIZENS. and snowstorms.One Hotel .. "
Camden Date Di-l.
produce { the proper Lne. Power being applied t .
us W heft colfe-e is kIt oil jtuj l'n-tum I of the sublimest spectacles In to rotate the records Identical sounds i ... ktt i>f t',e ULadicV 4

I K"od.\ man Cotfre from u-ed Clinton in Its,place!Win.I made I OFMOLINO Colorado is the Iloyal gorge. Its effects issue from each of the horns, and the i i CA3IIi\: ,\ ".\ H.I. .\. ; A11 .
are produced byery simple means- I
the experiment. He says : '-Abouta combined body of sound may be madeas .,

year iitfo ''ft ott lriiikuig; cntfee IN ARMSLaw basic! rock chasm towering on both sides of a great as desired by using an appropriate Is Now Open to the Public, .
narrow to a height of 2,040 feet.
aiid tea and began: to use 1'o-tum.; number of records Therefore Jill ..
For !-"\'I'rll yearprevious my sy,. :\ -Henry P. Phelps! in "Under the Tur. it is possible to proide an exact reproduction :: under the management of t; I I'mnU .

tem had been in wretched condition. i-I quolse :Sky." of the human voice or to make i i

I always: had :.1 thickly furred, : abiding citizens of Molino it louder or softer.-Detroit Free I'ress. tEl Dining Parlor s :
bilious tongue and foul breath, often I MRS. S. MIMS
.u-c Who Soil Bouts In Ilontonf ..
', troubled all the
time
with
I '''' is (
ct! ionic con,tiyition. so tint: I was I of two person of opposite races neckties are very fashionable. Who sails boats arvund Boston? of Pensacola, Florida. .

.... morot, in Ji-po..ltlon and almostdiscouraged. and have demanded that the law They go twice around the throat and Why every one says W. J. Hendersoniu '":III Regular Dinner D, y .

.e covering such an act be applied are tied in a loose, airy bow In front the Atlantic. From the "Adams | RATES REASON'ABLI, ..
ii At the end of the tir!>t week after 0::: ..
and caught with a gem set lacepln. boys. the smartest yacht racers of itIll' |
I from coifee without limit in this case. By the Day, Week or Month.
the clunge .
to
nuking The most noticeable! difference in the east, down to the MarbK-bead'' hhnt 0.1, ,. 1f1 ; .,

'i IVr-tuni in I witte-j-ed a marvelous coated A warrant wa issued by Judge size of the sleet is between the wrist Street boy. eu-rj one takes! pride iu hIs Table Furnished with the Rest the 1'111..1lotM 4 .1 ,

"J tot change>;n.. cleared:myself otl My my appetite once in- McCullagh this morning for the aiid elbow, though it now !fihs fullness skill in petting the best work out of''i Market AHords. f: ...

t crea-ed, breath CllueVeet and enough; at the shoulder to be perfectly some tort of a sailing boat Those III .,
tI..- headache- ceased entirely. One negro wife of a white man, the comfortable. who do not sail talk about it. and on a Public Patronage Solicited. i If irih<,m"iou f II,
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!\ thing I wi-h to state emphatically, specific charge being one of misceg- A. pretty feature of summer gowns Is summer day in the drowsy atmosphereof Free Rooms. ) .Ieb r>< 4,

1 you have in J' Hum a virgin remedy enation. The charge is made by the t) e use of fagot or cross stitching, join. a Boston club or in the f'hadoof Sample Nik :
j for for I had Apoitlw .,
constipation certainly
ing skirt gores or groups of vertical some tall pile in Washington street : Sunday Rates Made to Traveling
the wore ca-e ever known among young man's father. who says he intends shall Lear I Men. I II
you more racing seamen'slore
tucking dotv to the flounce which Is
mortals and I am completely cured l' Popular RestaurantUlXIIflJIli
to to push the case: for what it is often attached the than anywhere else In this coun '
i of it. I feel in every way like a new same manner. ----- --
rtr"on. worth. Hemstitched and openwork voiies In try except on the cruising ground of .

1)urlngthe IHt summer I couclud- fawn or gray are being mound over the rocking cbaWfleet at the Larch- G OVERNOR'S ISLAND, N. Y. / ),,

tIt that I would experiment to see if The marriage: took place two silk of a brighter color-bluf. eau de mont Yacht club. Boston's claim to I H., July !8.1892.! -nealed proposals y Juuyy t
the Postum kept me in good shape or mouths ago and the unequal pair nil be the hub of the cnlverse may be disputed -. in triplfcate, for furnishing forage
but ; -
rose or maute- -
whether I had gotten well from ju>tleavingotf an underslip perhaps when and straw required in Dept. of ,
: consider the 1 IiI
you
lived together for less than a fort whose coor! repeats that of the voile .
cotY e. 1'501 quit Postum steel industry the. unimportant mat the East, during year ending June will repair y ar ,
time and drank and is really more elegant: 30,1903, will be received here and at j
forquite a cocoa night. As soon as the ceremony became ter of freight but jewelry in flrst-cla4
tonnage when
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water. I found out before two weeks The moderately full bishop sleeve you places indicated in instructions issued Stephens.
were past that something was wrong known the citizens expressedtheir gathered to the ;wrist Into a decorated come to talk about Bailing you must hereunder, until 12 m., August
I and I began to get costive as of old. indignation so strongly that band finishes admit that Boston la the greatest 7, 19V2. U. S. reserves! the right to
of the
It was evident the liver was, many unlined. yachting port in this country. Even reject or accept any or all proposalsor '
working properly so I became con-I the foolish husband stole away on blouses of sheer batiste or India mull the little childreij there know the his- any part thereof. Information Save Money :;'"{
rorn over a tinted silk low *,
vinced it was not the \' the first train. The wife will possibly cut bodice tory of the America's cup, and the furnished on application. Envelopes v rt
coffee alone that cured me, but the made separate fromthe_ guter waist public school boy can sail a dory witha containing proposals! will be endorsed tare at Marston 4' '- .*
value from the regular be brought here this afternoon or "Proposals! for Forage and En
great came" I I / PrnyBalsam Stop.the TlckI1ngtd : leg of mutton sail for driving power Straw ." ; Great Furniture "
Postum. tonight. JOHNBIMPriON
Ufe of Qqic aIn.i._,m"" ) III c..1Iro .L. anij an oar for steering gear. ,
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