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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: August 7, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
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VOL, 37. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA THURSDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 7.1902 NO 88

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OLD TRAINROBBERY \ ARRIVES IN I-RALLY AT :PRESSED BY POSSEE -





BY SIX MASKED MEN !'.' PRUSSIA OPELIKA, ALAIN i I TRAGEY ENDS HIS LIFE



I i I'EMPEROR WILLIAM IS MET AT INTEREST OF COVERNORJELKS I ---- -- ---


Chicago. Burlington & Quincy Vestibule = I!I REVAL BY CZAR-NICHOLAS II. AND NEW CONSTITUTION.Special I II I I Last of the Noted Convict Escape

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Held Up. Special to The Daily News. to The Daily News: I and Murderer.Special .

Reval. Russia, Aug. 6.-Emperor Opellka Ala,. Aug. 6.-Hons. R. M.

William of Germany arrived in the Cunningham, candidate for lieutenant I --- r .,
governor and William H. Samford ad- .. *
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roadstead IOGa '. The shipping in the
'd iy News. sure lly did They ran the engine up I dressedfa large audience here last to The Daily News; : (Ii'STEEPLEJACK" :
harbor way bilantly! decorated with night. Many ladies present. The
7 miles and left hr dead." i were
li! AUK 0.-A daring IIr. occasion was a grand rally in the Interest Spokane Wash.. Aug C.-Harry Tra-
Mooney bt'1I1'\'t'8 that the robbers I,
.i.n iobb+-occurred: killed of the new constitution and cey, th. outlaw killed himself: in a
one of their
own number I INSTANTLY KILLEDSpecial
t..t Chicago Burling either Governor Jelkg and the utmost! enthusiasm wheat field near Fellows at 4.3": a.
purposely or accidentally. Several

l f"Ultd.:! C miles north prevailed.Both m. He wa surrounded on the Eddy
shots were fired, some by the
at'in midnight. Theo robbers of the orators explained! the position farm and for four hours carried on along
and the rest by the expremesaenger. .
.uasttger train of 11 The Governor Johnston now held range rift duel with the posse, to The Dolll1'1:1
express car bad two
jj.'' .ii rue Emerson In the constitution showed his which headed by Sheriff Gardner.
and .
A holes blown Into its bottom and was on war N \\ Y''i. !tarry,
,1 fAeRcu; at the little lit], left at Fast Dubuque. It is! believedthe t animosity to it in the past and how Tracey was wounded in the right a daring ita:;., : h. ..t ..- Sii-ep!

fi: lL..l.t.d men guarded five bags of money contained i the will of the people had been thwarted. leg between tilll knee and the thigh, Jack" fell :'>> ., e: .> : :!It, working ID

e 'I i i.e t-nislneiT and fire J..500. fr They claimed that lie did not and 20 minutes later knowing that the city hltuw'r anti was instantly

M T d Oe Imperative orders of I 1. f'fJ/rW, hold the palm for financial excellenceand his capture was certain he killed him killed says a 11i.a.V-bhU! : sj .'t'lal to(

ft Lt at onc uncoupled the l l that under succeeding administrations self with a revolver. Tbe Herald. Bar> plated the electric .

'4 ,''re-: car from the train OFFICIAL TALKS OF HOLD-UP. IE a better showing had been made. Harry Tracey escaped from the Oregon llvhts around for trim uf tha

.. I. 41 quarter of a mile up They showed the benefit of the new !state penitentiary at Salem on statue of William I','en. which cap

TtQ they blew up thiii General Manager's Account of Train constitution of the blessings of white June 9 in company with David Merrill the city hall to..er.II left above the

a: t111 dynamite ran the Robbery at Marcus E supremacy and a pure ballot. They after killing four men Frank W. pavement and would occasionally lower
.
I a distance of a mile from Chicago An*. C.-The following Is Ji claimed that the integrity of the new Ferrell, G. R. T. Jones and B. F. Tiffany himself over the edge of ttt hat

t .. rte i U'omotlve becoming tie official account of the robbery is-, constitution can alone be preservedby guards and Frank IngralTam. a and hang in mid air by Ms hands.

;. '* andoned it and ttr eued by the general manager of the keeping it in the hands of men convict, who tried to prevent bee flight. When he met death he wan vngacel

Chicago. Burlington and Quincy rail- who framed it and fought for It. It On July CO: near Seattle In a fight in the prosaic occupation cf paintingthe

Robber Killed.: : way: was shown that the constitution was with a posse Tracey shot and killed interior of th. dome

blihivan-n was ktllel. Train No. 47 was held up last night what the people had longed for for Charles Raymond, a deputy sheriff;

ire ittf eve and also In about 11:30 o'clock at south swItch, i I EMPEROR W1U.UU.I years and viewed with grave concern E. H. Dresse a policeman and mortally

.. ct Instant death while Marcus about 10 miles north of Savannah any effort! to have it amended or wounded Nell Rawley. who died oc SPECIAL TRAIN

Iii! hotly was dump.y Ill,, The switch was turn-j I bunting and garlands and a spaciousI overthrown. They asked If the people the following day: and wounded Carl

his companionsThe ed and the train flagged.; The two I reception hall lavishly furnished, had should commit it to its friends or Anderson and Louie Seafrlte, newt caper
I CAUSED GUESSING
express me. head cars, consisting of a mall and express -i been erecti-d on the quayi enemies, and with one accord the reporter. I

r- '<> have done the car, and a composite car, were i i The Russian merchant squadron anchored great audience agreed tnat with: !itj Tracey committed many feats of
I
cut oft and taken to the north switch, i in the harbor was dressed with friends alone! could It be trusted. daring during his flight, in the courseof I
'
". i (ju< kly I the train. where the safe in the express car was :, Cags. The czar on the imperial i which he eluded various posses 'I A special L. :\. engine and one

..-' making no dev blown open with dynamite and con AT when apparently surrounded and held passenger: car, with SuperintendentSaltmarrh

were se- tents taken, after which the enginewas QUIET up numerous farmer, whom, h. forced
u..ttr
: : on board, went dorfnto
.:.t t ot known. cut off by the robbers and start- to furnish food and clothing and by I

.. .>t 1:.,>!fsted. ed north. As the robbers left the "' SHENANDOAHSpecial threat to murder their families, co=. the Litter' summer hom on the
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express messenger fire! at tt'in. One pelled them to cover up his trackv dummy line last night, mid a< the
t 5> JO rtt. robber was found dead about 1 mile Perhaps his greatest show of daring '
straoge locomotive glided along the
.j' 't :"rrarhlr.i g north of Marcus, and his body wa was displayed on July :2 I at South Bay
'. a 'I.
*.. ? a' I. \ six men were concerned in the rob Shenandoah Pa., A'ugi: 6.-The sentries men and forced four including Ca.p.talll many persons who looked out anJ

:.!. jr ', 't. bery. So far as Is known only $2,00! on duty around camp and the Clark, of a large gasolene launch, wondered what it meant.

: '0 f:,,, ,, i.t- In silver was taken. '. ii;: soldiers stationed at different pans to embark with him on Puget sound

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*> 't. '. i:.trv' i is "OJ. .1'11t...- express end of the rifled car was badly everything quiet during the In 1597 Tracey murdered Valentine fox near Main street when the train
,_ ,' ., night
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rtiff.r.: t. P t".lb.1
damaged. Hoge. a Colorado cattleman, and11.
went and all
past they were of the
a : I..r work Nee \':,!t'nt. I Some of the guardsmen said they liam Strong a boy in the jam stato
.. heard! several shots the night opinion that some important naval
during ,
a. they it
wer.t at I A total reward of JS.W'O was offered
.' 1t:1:!> The train CONVENTION OF I but could not locate them. Two companies for his arrest. Governor McBride. men had arrived and were going to

:he fLHt in the of the Eighth regiment are on of Washington, offered $2.500 for hU the navy yard. Much Interest wa
jl guard in the town. One is located
arrted
considera
CATHOLIC SOCIETIES capture, dead or alive. The state of
west have been at the eastern end where last night's occasioned in view of the recent
Oregon offered $3Obft, and a brotherof
a i' N a 'IJ1pn. I riot occurred and the other is at the one of the guards killed at the penitentiary publicity given of the plain of the
I southern section! where the
foreigners
'r Nan a stranger In I offered J100. navy department: regarding the
Special I to Th': Daily News; : have been making trouble for the
!II. was a middle aged !I CZAR OF HVSEIA. The reward for Merrill's capture
Chiraao AUK ,; Routine business local police.! winter practices of the North Atlantic .
i* II. ilrefted.kfci yacht sailed! early to meet the Hohen- amounted to $l.r.on, which has been
I occupied the time ot' the There was little disorder! in Ma- squadron.
morning 1 a
\\111 found an Iowa ; session zollrrn and the Oi-rman emperor was claimed by Mrs. Waggoner the berry
of the conention of t1:,. American honing City late last nfght! A
sue ( irdtntial from Grin Junk Mr.
tianshipped to the Standart. which returned picker and her eon, who found the Baltimrh: had been out on the
the I Federation of Catholic i'odl'titht'l'p vender from Harrisburg was seen near I
n, ts.ue,1 in uf
name
to with the two body near their home.
port emperorsaboard L. & X. and arrived at '+ m. The
today. The cnn\er.tion intoexeI1tre the works and p.
went I
was set upon by a cunher -
followed by the Hohenzollern
Sf' .jon and transacted considerable of men He escaped to the mountain weather was too iiic'emetit to go to
and the German cruisers Prinz
4 Were Railroad Men. Hein-
... nnitine business: Delegates rich and Nvmphe. Tne Standart and sought refuge with a colonyof PISTOLS AND his home in a hack and the engine
\ ..1.l'rt' required to alt: largely; taken up with questions: of Jewi Fearing an attack Is'dol' \
I passed down a line of Russian war and car were engaged m iU stead
:..t flU lion of the safe church anti civic relations and sa> Liibsquiski. one of the Hebrews,
shahs. which fired salutes and mannedsides CLUBS USED
''II. i'.tJly wrecked The they will introduce! a number of resoliitions lashed down the mountain: over an unfrequented

.. el\. niaakeJ. They evi- of public moment. The question : road toward Mahon'nz
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.. REPORTOF
r.t mad men, one being of alleged discrimination acainst City police When he reached the

*".< Mfs>( n Willian the Catholic Indian n.issions Is fo be I HURT town he was arrested for fast driving.! Special to The Dally News.

Alt' -l,,>ts at the robbers diFoiiiuied Delegates also Lave been HP was fined $5. but not being willingto New York. Aug. 6.,-fa night with- I CITY MARSHALThe

n 1.1! tiiil! an attempt| was instructed to seek to formulate a policy pay, he was sent to jail for 24 revolvers and clubs for the possession I
BY STEAM PLOW
'.> I.m, tip in his car. The for Catholic education. Some of hours. Later he paid the fine and of a little "kitchen garden" at One

.ranged to ditrh the en- the members of the convention fart made known to the authorities through Hundred and Kighty-Third street and monthly report of Marshal

favily!! U at
i.,fIill l to t"p been he.J,d. school funds to be used for the: recklessly The fine was then remit have been shot and more than a yeterday'meetingof
A and
a..area! in the buffet car.g''e parochial schools. AugustaGa..Aug. 6- singular ted' The suspected deputy was also dozen of the belligerents Injured. the board of public safety,

;i-orfer. were held prls.ii rather serious accident occurred on placed In Jail for the night for safe I Among the wounded were: shows the number of arrests mad

".. Ih* attack on the safe. a constructiontrain of the Southern keepin Christine Agrilla, condition serious.
I during that time by each member of
-, HE WAS DEAD d,
< a t the dead robber was I rll.l1anear Trenton, C. I John Monga.

a orarafie by mistake.! The ,I A steam plow used for unloading a Genna Fonsa. the police department, a* follows:

*. I"' ..n the tender and run I AT THROTTLE fiat car that was hauling dirt got INCREASES STOCK Fonsa claimed he had a deed to the Marshal Credille, 4 ; Captain Hand

'': ..,. a short distance andNGINEER'S its cable tangled over a trestle and around on which the kitchen garden
ers, is; Ofllcer Hoche. 11 ; Hutler, 21 ;
",10 the Nerds. the plow was dragged off the car, car TO had been laid out and cultivated. Mon
-a rying nine men with it. J. E. Sharp $10,000,000 ga asserted the garden belonged to Benjamin, 1'J; Bolline, i ; flatter, :rJ;

r special to The Views.Mtldletowa right foot badly hurt; E. ,... -- him. During the last week there were Connor, 12; Coburger, lo; Campbell
STORY.
[ N Y \lliZ 5.-The car
Drake hurt Internally; H. S. several quarrels between the two. 21
oner's inquiry into last Sunday's wreck Special to The Daily News. ; Davenport, 17; Etheridge, II;
G. Gregory lag broken sad back sprained Monga and thr.* of his brothers
ftcount of Hold-Up on Bur thet'w York. Ontario and Western Frank, 37; Hilton
on Fondebilla,22
; tt J
; ;
; he U probably the wrest hurt of Carthage Aug. 6.-TtTe"South- secreted themselves and when Fon a

Igtoland Quincy. railroad at Morton's in which tourmt'n them all. The negro men were Albert western State Manufacturing company began to pick some of the vegetable Humphreys; Ingrat.am, _:1; Lar
+ 6.-The Burt
WII. \U6
: killed
were is now in progress Scbley, Andrew Sanders, Alfred of Slatington, Ark., of which they opened fire him. He
r -'a'%: which was held up near: before Coroner Johnston. Cur upon sum sen, 4; Perkins, 13; Parker, :?); i'un* ;
". i Ropley, Joe Lee Tom Ross. None of tis Wright, of this city.lj president moned friend and so did Mooga, and
ab! wr1 M here at 10 o'clock. From evidence already adduced It tell, 31 ; Ray,42; Heed, 10; Htnith.lS! ;
has
' i the negro men were badly Injured so just filed article of Incorporation the two forces exchanged volleyi. Bev.
'-. m'nute* stop w ai mad for 1 li believed that Engineer Ady O'Xl'al.whose far as could at first be determined but increasing Its capital stock to J10- eral women, wives of the fighters, Simpson, 4 ; Bchmitz, 2; HpotUwood! :
lupr John H
Mooney for orders is
v<" disregard alleged the first two may hare internal Injuries. 000.000. The stockholder art principally Joined in tie fray. After a battle lut. 9; Ktockinger, 9; Miller, 1.
-.ivi,-/t.l told: a vivid of
the deadon
story to have caused wreck was
The injured men were placed !n eastern capltallng. The con. leg 10 minute*, the police arrived and
"IIP H. ad! : I his engine when pas.ingthe.ched- The report shows that out of the
an empty box car and brought to Augusta pany has slate quarries at Slatingtoa dispersed the participant
' reuses: stopped the train by uled stopping point. It Is believed he and placed in the hospital. It and a railroad is to b. built at above 470 arrests enumerated the
i IhltA l Icht.! As soon aariO received a fatal blow on the head by once
.' is not thought that any of them will from Hot Springs to that place, E6 One Bottle! of Burnett's Vanilla Extract is total amount of fines collected was
two men Jumped Into the coming in contact with a Krldge or die. miles distant.
' *:. !>*er.yi us with revolvers. other obstruction some time after receiving better than three of the doubtful llul.50, over 50 per cent of that Im ,

them t.i! the fireman to cut the order as he did not slow kind. Though costing a few cents posed. Tbe amount imposed Wit i
"'eg n. After this Horton's although FOUND DEAD Shake Into Your ShoeeAllen's
was done up at either Chiloway or 'l.&20.&O. I
<. e more per bottle, its purity and great
UJ was : Ducoton triad Foot-Ease a It
pointing a gun at Conductor very powder.

-., toll a* to run the engine meant to signal the engineer. : ON HIGHWAYSpecial cures painful, smarting, nervous feet strength make it the most economical ALL WERE SAVED. :

..&" .. ar..11 ran her up half a mile. i and ingrowing nails, and instantly! brand. "For years I suffered such untoU .

..y vr .rt'd ma to jump off Foley's Kidney Cure I= a medicine takes! the sting oat of corns and bun misery from Bronchitis write J. j

-:. h wall.,1 bark toward the train free from poison? and will care any to Tlje Daily News. ions.! It's the greatest comfort discovery H. Johnston, of tironghton, Oa., -
11' .... case of kidney disease that is not TO THE BENEVOLENT.The "that often I was unable to work. j
:
\It # sere j,.ioe4 by the expreii medicine. ,\ Knoxville. Tenn.. Aug. 6.-A specialto of the age. Allen's Foot.
of
.. beyond the reach Then, when everything else failed, I
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$ '0 tht rw of the buffet car Luther Wallen. son of Rev. J. D easy. It is a certain cure for sweat poor in our midst are needing D1coveryforConsnmptlon. My wife

> 1 ua to .:t then One ot the Ball Bearing keen cut Wallen, was found dead on the highway ing, callous and hot, tired, aching aid. Let those who can, send money suffered intensely from Asthma, till
ti \left! u., They worked for the near h.re. He was shot near it cured her, and all our experience ;
at feet. it
.r Malic open the safe, and ting Lawn Mowers, the heart. Winchester r rifle and a Try to-day. Sold by all I to United Charities or hand to me. goes to show it is the best Croup
Hardware Go'sFoley's druggists and shoe stores. Don't medicine In the world." A trial will I
rou bt the down Willis and $213 In
< engine by hi. side
again pistol were J.M.DANNELLT.Try
, accept any substitute. By mail for convince you it's unrivaled for
.. 'f them <.)t aboard it. A few his pocket The cans of tb* MootIng 25c. in stamps. Trial package FREE. Throat and Lung diseases. Guaranteed ,
Tar
-. 'to* train: they told me to Honey and is not definitely known acd BO Address, Allen 8, Olmsted, LeRoy, THE NEWS Want column ; it bottles &IC. and fl.W. Trial bottles -- I

A&4 run. -which I moat at- cures colds, prevents pneumonia. arrests have beta glade, N. y. will pay you.h. I free at W. A. D'Alemberte'i.

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA, THURSDAY AUGUST 7, 1902




STEAMSHIPS. GREAT LAKE CITIES.. I 1 ENGLISH ETCHINGS.: fSduetotefr-! ..:
I BRAIN FOOD. )I!i 1:1
-.... ECZEMA the system :
-
Bunt From Industrie of the Lak. i Not long since there was a great run The British Eleventh hussars are or other 11poisons A'.:, .i

..:x I Hf'Klon. on the fish markets because it was an- known as "The Cherry Pickers" on account whu i ., 11" J' .,.

iAN TRIPTo I i "The story of the development of the I nounced that fish was food for the brain. of the crimson overalls they have, way into the blood, and are forced by circulation throu;, f' f":rand
OCEAN of the fad '
Of the fallacy was soon :
I I Industries of the lake region and the exploded.course Normally the food we eat worn since 1510. pores of the skin, causing it to burn like fire and ti ,. s

BOSTON I growth of luterlake commerce is writ- nourishes brain, Two ladies have conceived the novel itching allows no rest night or day. Eczema appears in d 'f, It't:
YORK
MW! .
tea In the histories of the great cities nerves, muscle, idea of utilizing a houseboat for the different forms, beginning frequently as a mere redness of t1 l.

Rep ALL 1 of commercial and manufacturing importance bones, etc., each p\ 9 sale of light refreshments on the lowed by little blisters or pimples, from which a clear or >t; .\1 ..

EASTERN RESORTS 1 1i which line the American i part of the body Thames at Windsor. matteroozci. formingtntl ..

shore of all the lakes" says Richard 1 assimilatingphosphorous Oaths were constantly heard In socIety SALT RHEUM or scabs ; this is wrepI, : i ,a,

Yrih.OCEAN. \\\\\\\ Q) |: IJothicum! InaMnsWs.j lime In London a hundred: years ago. commonly called Sat: Rh. r.
salts according -
acid sometimes the natural oils
j "Chicago, the mistress of these inland its With the Introduction of golf they are poisons dry up and the shard k
STEAMSHIP COMPANY JJ I to and dry often cracking and bleeding and causing y
seas, is the food market of the o need. When the again becoming fashionable. ir.tc- .
: \r1< .\ t* !v-mioKMk\icE the commercial center of the fearful itching. This form of Eczema is known as Tttttr ,. .'
and
world i brain begins to The largest oyster ever found on "
30 Hours of Ocean Breeze American nation. show weaknessor off attacks the hands and fett.: l'mHtt'; ,.' t

Sailings each WeeK f t i "The great lakes have made Buffalo the nerves be- Christchurch British shores head.was It dredged weighed up three TETTER in the shape of pimples and bl.t.kht": ', .,; J

3 come sensitive it upon the face, neck and shoulders .,
from Savannah Ga. the secoud city of Importance in the (: and a half pounds and measured seven u r.t: ",
is that blood and this disease is .
... .. '.'II. / Empire Ftate, the greatest point of exchange a sign polluted humiliating called \ ;
'th" Ib inches across. '
r-. .. .p. tyl.dllUgill.. there is a loss of remedits afford but scant relief. The blood and :
.
'JI .1 "l. ?t r' |. Jrtay J between rail and water traffic system being.ttlti -t.
.1.. ..Il'fnfcU*. ,*!.' >' I'l11 f the nutrition Is being made locally that ..
g Complaint the
the disease be reached
cannot with
poison,
_
,.. .,,11..rnl''lrl. t.y. on the globe and the fourth port of the u
,:. e i "ii'ti 'A). aii4 .., ti.'urn of contained in the boys at Stratford-on-Avon. England othtr local
h .. I ,).... \. ,_. world In the volume of Its tonnage. i food eaten, and habIt A CHE powders or applications. S. S S fl.f. 't

f 0 a a"... .........0.... ao.- "f I I "They have made Cleveland, near this loss is in have developed an objectionable deteriorated blood to its normal condition, stir'i'.> t.e cI
YarnETC tr\.1 TO and due to of following visitors In the streets, offering sluggish organs and all the waste matter iseliminated
iron
Erie general
Lake
J the midshore of an
< ..... 1'.m4. F!.. "all about Shakespeare -
a.a.N..IklII.T tell them
to
II.w......... tM1N 1a..1 I'...",a" II., i steel center of manufacture second disease of the through the proper channels. S. S. S. makes the
#" ............ ..._.1 ........ hr ....III..rla. only to Httsburg. i I stomach, and its for a halfpenny." blood rich and strong and under its tonic and invigorating -

u11f'yf'hf"It7f 7f 1 '1C'l. 'X'1Ci "Detroit the oldest city on the lakes I allied organs. The Navy league has been: officially effects the general health improves and the

and most closely associated with their I Dr. Pierce's Informed that the safety of the Nelson skin becomes soft and smooth again.S. .

a.:\tIt.\I. KKK.NCI1 SUUKUfLt" I I history, Is also the most beautifuL I Golden Medical column will have to be absolutely assured S. S. contains no minerals but is guaranteed purtly "r);. .

i j Discovery cures before the king Is advised to give Write if need medical advice this will ,
nine miles of water and us you ; cost v
Following is the schedule of the With frontage 1 diseases of the stomach and other organs "C.
his assent to any bill providing for a Illustrated book on skin diseases sent free.
go.ernmeutateamer General French a maguitlcent city park on one of the i I of digestion and nutrition. It enables

which THK NEWS prints for the large Islands In the river, It Is even i I the perfect digestion and assimilation of i "tube" railway! under Trafalgar square. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., AtlsMi/ : h,

t benefit of the merchants who ship more picturesque In Its apruacbes than food, which is the source of the strength I Lately at Winchester England, witha

their ;goods to the various army I Cleveland on the Muffs. It has grownso : of both brain and body. bright moon in a cloudless sky between -

.' rOoltol: In commercial ; "I was troubled with very frequent headaches" 9 and: 10 o'clnck, a well marked Foley's Kidney: Cure will cure all Rubber hose, all 81' .. d,1
Importancethat
steadily I Mi< Belle Sumnurtou. of San Diego.Uuval .
wnteo *
.J ... ... .... 7dos. m. I of the diseases ariiiia from disordered
I.* Vfi Pensacola Its business characteristics now : Co.. Texas ,"often accompanied by severe aurora occurred the brightest the Willis Hardware
t v."". lI"rr.nc"j-501 a- nimtn bowels were irregular and in stomach kidney or bl:1ddpr.-W. A. D'Alein- ,
y ].. l lckKDk .. ... '.:Ila. m. I.>-sess a greater Interest than cither I vomitina and;liver seemed continually out of)order beams being to the east. These did not berte, 121 1'al.ifox.: -
t Lrayra' tarrauci". ....._ > :I5 a. m. Its scenic features or historic localities. Often I could eat almost nothing,and sometimes scintillate, but slowly paled and brightened YynyItalsani. It.\ Ctrl 1'1)wd
it Lr.r<*t frniHCOU .. ...lalas. m. absolutely nothing. for twenty-four hours at a I lU jiea a f..vedy tad Qf v.'.Ii
Ar tyro Barrsn('ss 11.1" a. m. Rod then "Milwaukee, tie! M-cund city of Importance time I was entirely unfit for woik, and my up again..llnlne

Oinks to H 1"rr"nCRo.trip to Fort Me lire and then retorna on lake Michigan; Is thebrewing whole
It' LTBTCI. HwrrsiiCtti 1:lr:> p. niI center of the wrrld, but It 1'II\\pr. sors from the finest to the flower garden .If they
., LrTv IViiKMCOU ... .. *:-10 p. mLrnvrn I satisfactory results that l .fore fimhnij; the cheapest at the Willis a home, and he can i..
"u rirkfO .. 5:15 p. in nearly half as much Hour and does an I third bottle I felt perfectly able to undertake mart's after a careful I examinationthat *
Arrive* t'Hrmnrni &:'"' p. m. and mtiku immense business In meats and leather. I duties attending pumic school life." Mitfinent electric\ lower could be Hardware Co.MIPUIFKUY.. though he may t' nk: r
trip to McK-Ti HI;a rvturu. Pierce's Common Sense Medicalj I Every woman wants 4
the "Oulnt'i, the rutumrrci.il ruler of Dr. level [nil from tie watt nulls of the -
(>u Wed ne..da\"ltud :Saturdays
I is I own, and if she will iiv
j Adviser in covers sent free, on l'i
boat il; leave "jlarrancas via Pick- I.IIelIPI'tior., nas achieved a greatness paper Alps tj run all the railways of Suitzt-r-
: Thus. C. Watson
I receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay expense i ; &. Co..
eu-t fur }' tij.irolu at (>:;)1) p. m. almost equal to that predicted la of only Address Dr. R. land. There would be little or uo reduction
mailing The undersigned takes tm method leading Real Estatecan :.
The iMit-ral French is for army I the hyperbolic ridicule of 1'roctcrj V. Pierce, Buffalo X. V. of ,cost he says. but the time I if show her how .
... .. 1 I ottering her services a* .t -
and outsider t
purp s only any urn i Knot'. may come when the change from .
h..siceued 1ne.I
midwife having
: -
have ''flrs'- '
a rafrum the quartermaster j ".\11 of the cities of established com I steam to cltttruity wiry be desirable had 3.; experienc-. ----
years
o take |'a>sage o 1 I.er. j MISSING GIRL FOUND I >
'! iin-rci.ll iiniMirtaiico ou the great lake because Switzerland has to imimrt all i Can give be"t.of references from ] Buy a new gar ffrointlw

I i-xeept Ditluth hate l.inje shipyards 1 the coal she US(-<. from twenty-one le.'iding physicians of this city

STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE | 1'uil'P'd| | fur the construction of even Miss Jessie Wall, of North Carclina watt rfalls, some of which arc already i MKS. M. UlUDENt I Willis llnCompany. >

I the largest types of ocean Vf-H'K Located in Florida! partially l! utilized for industrial pur- I Jltf lit iouth DeVillier-H; .

j i r.uiT.il-i.. Cleveland Toledo. Chicago, i Greensboro N. C.. An?. C.-Miss I"'f'| S1,1a41 horsepower could be deuIoped. -

Itl-I"I'f'II rrTisacula anil l1.ltoll-Bllltt: Mihvnl-t' and Ray City, at the head I Jessie Wall of Randolph county the but only a(iiiM, > horsepower I

Itun. llail I'i.[T >uniU). I, IIf S.ILIIJ.IW I my. beautiful young girl who mysteriously \\"ou\&II'(1\ n-ijuiuil to replace! the steam DR.MOPFETT'S Cures Cholera flr'j! ;'

TAMPA." 1 "Just across the St. Louis river from I disappear from her home scvt-n power now used 011 the railroads.<< rq j harrhoea.Uvsc r .t
"CITY OF I
j Duluth her sister city of West Superior I welts ago last Sunday has: been lorat the Bowo'1re i u

L. 111'.n "Iun !.\'I'.o.al'ula.I'pm I also has large sliipyanl! and It is there I ed.Itelatlvcs. ot hers who"re her His Sight Threatened. j N- ih'lu Children of Art A-, *
Ar lVL'iilii :..j'Min Ar Milion "in.: ipui' I 1 (Aids Digestion R .
,
!: that the wulfl.aks tho curious craftI saM that they had just learned thatI ;
lure, '"v Uiiund trip SI:111.i i "While picnicking lat month my Pl KTCCTHING.POWDERSn the Bowels, S trtr:',.t
I that book like a huge boiler afloat, are I she was in Florida For reasons ot p
year-old boy was poisoned by
the Child ana Maka
built. I their own they d to state precisely ome weed or plant," say W. II. Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, TEETHING EASY

PLAYS AND PLAYERS. where she Is, though they know Dibble, of Sioux: City, la. "He rub h r mill 2i emu to C. J. MOFFETT, M. On ST. LOUIS MO

\I'I'ndl..ltl. In antrst. I the exact place.Vhrn the bed the poison oil his hands ITto hideyes I I I ATLA.TJ Cw
1..01Ful'r! Ii to dance in America "Why is it," aski-d a man of a IIJy'i.ci.IIl. young and for awhile we were afraidhe hare ban lied Hr M (Mf> TFETHIVA Terthiug Pow ISM' aver fin+ its itru mt..
woman kit her home she left a note and trade as airs'ne-jrj mnli. ,ne, tnl fur trade in U ha. n ad.ly im 'm- d It ufc.tr
next tot'aMm. "that !oil iiriuy people are suffer- would lose his ;sight! Finally a 1 now amount tw throe hjndre iro iiitr year, which is a Ten t.nng cvidrnt' Site? rn aiH
:, In hpr room saying that she would recommended DeWitt's giving ui th mutfifn the cauatrr, f'T they ..; E jthin r --;, ffc.'uailjr 0.aatrru ta> II t?.
in these days with ajipeudicitis and neighbor
Al laj man has put his yacht Sapptilre ? tool sun or Decencies w quickly the uvubka me ilmt v iirthincTilt.
In commission for the summer. i have to be operated upou when there i neither destroy nor disgrace: hpt;:(''.!. Witch Hazel Salve. The: first application LAM *K & KV.NKIN DKfU CO Wf .

diila't use to be of them'"My :" The relatives Fay: that they have positive helped him and iu a few days
Mr!!. James Lewis is Usitirg Mr. and any I I
assurances that she kept her j he was as well as ever. For skin ,
l
friend the doctor Doy OU '
young answered '
Sirs. John Drew at Easthampton, ou promise diseases, cut, burns, .*cald, wounds, BOYS and GIRLS !T inoiii-y sh.tnti n I,
"this disease has: been In the
Long I>l.uid. I( insect bites, DeWitt ;s Witch Hazel i ho. you can ready dire
world ever since Adam was. Perhip our Blueine." IU per i',nt, t-onimlssionon all sali-s.: Au Indlspcnsal .
New features among which is a song I Salve i i- sure cure. Relieves piles at !I houkfhola u... Krtrv lady !Imlflighlril when they see It tint sheet milk
try Ediiie l'\')", ha\e bt-cn Introduced lu tint story of his losing: a rib may have I, JUDGE BYNUM INJURED BY FALL. !1 once. Beware of counterfeit Hariris' KliK-nitrr )ou ever used in the \\1I.1t. Wnti-lodaj. litfnrtyour territory .

.. arisen Ui-ause !... was operated for Pharmacy, John Sheppard Sidney ,, home tllltI..h"lIlId we will send by return mail: one doyen package-: "Blup,",.
"TUWild I:< -.>. I I W henou have sold ihrin return uu., n'tnlllllC tbt balance lor, a' IrSion
apiwiivlicitis. When JIHT grandfather Eminent North Carolina Jurist May 1 Kalltl.I 1 lionot delay, but write atone<
W. 11. Crane will C'pen his! ne\t sea- was a boy, his ueghbrs! had it all Not Recover. I ..1ddressiLGP31.1t'F'.1C71'IIG! : ; ( o. iiriu. r IN Rot tit I', a I'll
Ion with "Ha\i.l Ilaruu" at the Cntorion i .
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round him and so they did when you Greensboro X. C. An?. 6.-.JI'k, I i, .
tht-atrr Now i ork.Ju.la 'IF| YOU ARE
, were boy, but they called It iatlam- | John Gray Bjntira. one of the state' I .,

1 tI hand! .tbdlalk;Murlowc I 2.and Willard.Adelaide! IVrdi-IK-rr- i acute matins indigestion of the lvcls, liver stomach tr"u.lor! ache, best known lawyers lies in a fritKMl! LOOKING FOR BARGAINS I' the I

I condition at a private hospital !in thi!? : Turn iVy- sin
j ii'anii hate gone to Euiojxi. of :
j sotm-tlmig that tort. The patient
city a* a result of a fall! 1
I' r -rt.a! Crciglitonsill btar next fceanon got well\ or he died but no one ever ; "

under the managt-ment of 1'. S. I ult'tied him! when living; to see what of In the attempting Merchants to descend the steps For the next ten days I will sell I) and secure the most delicious! eitiss

JUttox in ".\ Culuuial (;irl." i II j the matter was. Perhaps it is as well i Judge Bynum and tumblfi1 Manufacturers'club I yon any article now in tock at a of beer yet produced in A it I)

t Lillian Coleman who was one of the j that they did not, fur much of the sur- over an 1
.Iarli in "The IturgoHu-tor." has joinedIbe i 1 gory of those days was more dangfrI : obstruction and Ml\ headlong; down a discount of :;.") per cent from the regular '
Ii t tI
flight of fie drjo/S best fOO tlrinks PJ&
stone .
"frill,, of I'o".u" in Boston. I I than any disease." Cl?velmdPlain steps breaking an arm price. Think of it-you will 1

Mrs I..iinary will make a tour of the I Dealer.i and fracturing the hale of his skull ave *i'jon a diamond ring or pin, I "&..

Uultrd Mates next October with "Ma- i ___ i He hail rot rezalr.ed; consciousness I where at regular price it would cot !..J All Pabst Beer is bl"l'wcd from f\ .epeeiallyI'/ .
: and hIt!
dt'ullIlsdle I 1'lie Shall >! Mars" and "The I egener- UtNil'e( : ; you save > cents on j I '., malt malted!
litui." I One of the uiiexpl.iiiii'.l phenomena i of his recovery lc \* 50 years old every dollar's worth you buy. Now odt' Our hots arc the best that mone}' can Prods '

-- -- of the movements of shad is that coincident I I \): {
i is the time to buy your diamonds! or PAUST BREWING CO.
ORCHARD with their disapiaruint from I
AND GARDEN. I A YOUPG LADY'S LIFE SAVED. j watch or any other article in stock 1.1 ._ ____-
(buue t-tieut waters, where the schools I

It tries are planted late it Is essential I 11m' perceptibly diminishing: they are At Panama Colombia-, by Chamberlain's very cheap. Call and examine \ 1.0lINI -

1 to KIXC plenty of watiT. I apl.e-:trhr1! III large numbers in the :1 Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoeai ; irooiK Remember, this olTer ifor I

The I Ohio river. The tint shad caught in i Remedy i only ten days. No trouble to show-
iwach tree I'tIIluc fruit on !
,
II 11"0.10.1 of the |>re\Iutis sojisou's growth.huckers I the latter stream was lu I'j'j. It was Dr. Chas. H. t'tter. i prominentphyieiana I II\0od-. J. STEPHEN: -\. I WINES' LIQUORS[ ETC
considered such a rarity that it was
i or sprouts couln; up LeI of PanlDa. Colombia in ,1 112 :South Palafox street. ,
sent to the Smithsonian! institution. ,
fusels tl.e rows uf raspberries awl a recent letter tate"Lat :MarchI I
I I During; the past five the fish has
years
Ma LlH>rrlis should be treated asTliriM had as a patient a young; 1:1Jyix-
weals been multiplying there at an extraordinary I| The finest line umbrellas! in the i S. A. FRIEDMAN.

I rate, and it is now catuht: in teen yearf age who had a very I i city is at J. I. ritephens': Uo lookat i
or four !.tron., canes to still
one ,
bad attack of
Jy-enti-ry. Everything I them.
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I ijuaiititios within five miles of Cincin- TtI.tI'IIC 17pI
c>f rasilH-rrii" artbetter than a do.eiit !'. O. IIOX 4IH.
f j iiati. If the shad schools are nilgratIng i ) I pre-cribed for her proved ineffectual -
>|>indhng and weakly ones. Thin out I! -
: from the Connecticut river to the anJ -'e wi growiniwor"p
.
1 iU good "" :Isun. :.!i / wish the lest
Ohio, they must bed-iinz! it b.v the '' / you very
way every hour. Her parent were sure
Ion not let pear trees totoo tall. I of New Orleans, as it is lmiK sibl' forthou *he would die. She had become 'o I! ice cream freezer the very : TRY TEE NEVIS' WANT CLVMN O- !
Prune tin' luirk iu June
m or July, as it I! to cross the Alleghanks.-Argo weak that she could not turn over in .lowest price the Willis
will( often undue. fruitfulness iu trees 11:1 ut. bed Whit to do at this critical ,

that are tintUanri. __ __ moment was a study for me but I Hardware Co. can please -
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'" WhlltIII most oasiIt Is a good plan PnIll's \ <>ir.. thought of Chainherlain's" Colic [

lit M the !II..:;e Inustuivd in the or- I When Adellna Patti sang recently in Cholera Iud Diarriiini Iletnedy anda you
iAHCKE&CO.
!
last ill:
ct'.inl. this slmiild only IK; done after the gteatI.rt! hall In London thl'11.1 a re-ort pre-crib Themoat

the trt't'.llIt' into Uaniig.Quiiue critics ill agreed as to the extraor wonderful result was tllected. We will lauLder your spreads foi I
Within .'U'lit: hourhe wu feeling:: 15 cents each and make: them look
MMits iiic small: and near the Binary pn-servation of her \oice. which much better
inside: of three
; days like uw. Star Laundry
nrfare and therefore should be pro- since her retirement from the arduous she wa upon her feet and at the end 'Plambep Gas and Steam fitter,

t....l.il iix-iiii'-t! the extreme beat and work of coaeert tocrs seems to have of one week waentirely well. For ,

tx-W lij. mulching. The trees :IA> need I retained: much of its former l-eauty. 'sale by: all drnf'i-t-; ; a'ucl medicine Water coolers that do not

I'rllllill': like any ether fruit tree. One veteran critic declared that her dealt-r.. : waste ice, at the Willis No. & South Palafox Street. "
I ,'ok1t'l'DII,] -- All Kinds and Qw Materials Key
-' as resonant and Powerful 01: Plumbing Fitting
Ilic lrnn,iti..ii ,.r I lit- I.yp.y Hardware Co.'s.
ItS when she first tltlnl'IJl! London eslr.piPLtnww rJI' -. 'e.af'1't A I<.t..*
TI..' ,i-v !ii.is :i! ways 1..IIII10\\'IIS i I THE FASHIONS. -
1 forty-one years ng". IUlt'. Patti .
a leek'-- '.HIT I l.u.I.I: in- is about to ---.-- WKKKLY P CIlEDUL.t
Ilias I always been careful with her
('hatl';"' i l hli"II"r-" 1"1'urn bursts to autnuel Clusters of cherries are a favorite
voice and now reaps the reward. FOR STEAM DIVISION 1.V.I. .A. v-e ry
: i I't any rate a (bind of gyp i decoration for huts of burned straw. a.im. ri14.11 .

i .10" i- 1111":111011 tron'lIng:1I'r...:
in :u gayly dii-oratiHi antomo- i i We learn from the Washington; : Post, much the same think are greatly fa- UAILWAY COMPANY. sn'OR 111 A\'F.R"J'O).'

bile cir: It IN divided into thn-c com which has made vonnl for practical bathing suits this
of
: an especial study
i Trains leave Yea acola for the Lift IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
partiii'-uis I'lnlnMiiu. dining room and this sort of thing, that the chances of your. I, Bayou, Kit Bayou, W arrinton, >'ny Y arl

Vttrtu 1'111""I\' of the vehicle is i our securing: the Danish UVst Indiesi Not only ore nil kinds of dainty and and fort Kirrancas .ts.rW

10:1111"1 a deep green, and the running I are briht.ft'r the proposition has beautiful fancy laces made use of thissummer a..m..arrive at Fort Karrancai ritj t HARDWARE.

gear is n.Tht' tlocorations.' in i, U-c-n broached by the l.iiuNthing, In but a great tl-ul of old lace Uuu 1mp.marrlveatFort.m.arrive at Fort Barraaoai Barrancai Iv5pa: a.a ,

century j I dorsal by the folkethiug and passed : has tarn I.rou:;bt into requisition. S.HOp. m. arrive at tort Barraaca 4:15 p II !

-M's> band is enthusiastic OUT by the rldag all that is necessary ii'' ,\m"lI:; the popular: beach and mountain '13:15> p.,m.m.arrive arrive at ati'ortitarrancaa Fort Barrancat TUOp Stip.D: i Iron, XaiN. Axf r,h the IIlIt""I"I.II.! >. Ho is able 1: to mikiCttj > tuup Cooking and Heating :'tov -. Patio '
upplit'S.
to sui.tuit: it to the ri.'Met! secure the costumes arc those <>f wLite ut Trains leave Fort Barranoattor fscitoola I
b ihilrs! a day without any troulilfA : approval of the uoiesteret ana have It linen made In uilir fashion and often at Window Gla**. Guns, Pistols and Fishing T'il'j i

1; yet !be is still dealing in horses. but finally signed: scaled and delivered by with trimmings: of white cord silk 7l.s a m. arrive at rVnsacola ... @:flo a. all Agate and Tinware ana llouscriinilsliiir.; ; lad abandonLor ::u p m. arrive at 1'ena.cola..U. p.o
Fut'uCas.'t may prefer to I the ..tnt-raI.I.t. an-1 there you are.- vest Mrappims, etc. i0" p.m. arrive at Pentacola___._. l.tfi Jo... I v"*
,.e" altiijther 1 and to go throudi the I Memphis C..mllJt'tdalI'II'al.: The :UIJ p m arrive at. Pensacola ..... 5.'i p o gR"AGENi F'OIt BIRMINGHAM ItOLLINU :\IlU.1
I lisLtweight .
: coat or jacket is always -
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arrive at P niaooa T:4S I
1
country with a number of automobiles: 7.0 p. m p Revere Giant Htitched Ieltir'g. Northampton b:
I an tsvjntial item ia the mmmer 8:46 p. m arrive at Pen acola__ :joe B
y which he will 1 > barter In Laftin & Rand Powder Co.. John-on .t
ready to llrllralr. 1 .-l"What ml.lI"tI. outfit and one of the popular mod,,}., '.turd.a only Wheel Co.,

: borne trade fashion.-Worcester Spy.: 1 object to" said the young is in blouse! Eton: form which in Pone FABIFOBWEIK DATS.Peniaoola I somine, Iron King; and Buck btove" and Itarget'Ia- \'
)
to Fort Barraacat and retort UxPeosacola : CoupCo.'f Raw Hide Lace Leather:
woman who wants to vote, "is taxation cares is dart tucked at the belt
t or gathered. to Nay Yard and retnrn lfeniaoola > Made Railroad Colors
It Needs a Tonic. without representation" 'I to Palmetto Beaob and resarn lh9C3DAT

There are times when your livery "If it's all the same to you" said the I The: success of the French Jacket IOHBDCDI: : j Masonic Temple. @ Pensacola.fji

needs a tonic. Don't give purgative* young man who I is too bashful to propose with Wben weather permits the running o
a tiny peplum finKh bas thus far I 1 coaches.
: tint gripe and weaken. DeWitt'- directly "I should be only too not Iwen ,at. The open GODPAylGy
ar natty Eton s-tjles Barran;i W. B. WRIGHT>> ( ,
Little Early Risers expel all poison happy to represent your sentiments+ at with slightly dipped fronts jierniittins I: i \

from the sytem-jtid act ,i.. tonic to the IK>!|S at every election.Washing: a \'\vof 11 a. m. U m.
a daintye< of some de- 1 p. m. 1 p.m. L. y
the liver. W. :Scott 531 Highlandsve. tou Star. -_. stT.ntion.: ern. as yet to have no I p. m I p.m. J i MANCFALTCREKSAND1)L-
.. Milton, Pa. *n'"I hay. A World very 1 ". m p.m. I I t 1-1.
Reputation.C1
e c.mie.1 DeWitt' Little Early: River formlilaMe ri\il.-NOWork Post 'p.m p m : SI
:::l1.1bcrlain'Colic, Cholera and ep.m. 8p.m. .- LUMBER LAT.IJ.
:
.I .-itn me for several 1 year and would ( p. m. t p. m, l' r :- ,
be without them." :Small and Diarrhiei: Remedy na- a world wide Mawr !
not t'ersopt in this communityare 7AII FOn IDIIDAYI .\ '
J "ay to take. Purely! vegetable. reputation for its cure It never "uffHlnz from kidney comphin'twho feniaoolalo )Barrancas Nary 1 i SlIEDCmESSSiliBlESLi! i,

Tney never gripe or di-tres H'\t. fail and is pleasant indafe to take. could avoid fatal rosult* bv u.. I lard and return_____ tt

gl+' I't- rmacy. John Sheppard! .'id- Fortlr, by all dru vi-t* and deal!. inz Folly's Kidney Cure. W. \. Piniaooia rmt.nrji_to Palraeuo___Beach__and_ JJ ; FL.1

hey Kaf.u. era. D'AIemberte. S. Palafox. I So Irerht elTl'd rlUp. m --..' PENSACOLAh..r.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 7,1902.




F; _LS YOUNG BROTHER. 'i I To Handle a Balky Hone.


.'E er Him fuse a ,Tomato._He Wold Not RBG VEERS ] horse A thus correspondent: tells how of to the manage Prairie a Farmer balky- Save the Children I!



,AUK i. -The 7- Guaranteed Pure. As I was very much interested the tway All stomach and bowel trouble. in child or adult ar.
None So Good.
rt Holtou. n.-ar La in which the driver brought his due to single! causeIndigestion.Flux .

i and killed his 5 SOLD EVERYWHERE. I : balky horse to a start, so pleasingly colic cholera morbus, diarrhoea, dysentery and?

!I'MBiiee the latter l told in a recent I issue cf the Prairie all complaintsof like nature, are the resultof undigestedfoods

- Farmer I send the following, which I fermenting in the stomach. The only way to

i i tomato The e. HINTS FOR FARMERS NOTES OF NOTABLES. know to be very effeethe ii tnngum a prevent fever and to cure such troubles without injury
t.ave cried to the membranes lining the stomach is to restore-
.. .. that balky horse to his senses: Make a Urge .
r.t me tomato perfect digestion.K
Marshal C. 1-:. of \Yash., ,
Clay Hlcu. ;
In.lnblt iu end
i l'hcl>>batu. I loop one of a rein.and into it

.: caliber target sun i The use of insoluble phosphates, owns a silver cup presented to his IjralltlfJtLt'r | about Lalf way from foot to knee, put f n n n L Digest
; .
w hethc-r ia the form of I'lloi'l.haUc rockor by Thomas Jefferson;; : one of the hcrse's fore legs, then pass What You Eat

: .; stint it was! diCharged'I'.L i of tile so tailed Thomas slasr has i5.177'J.General=: : I the other end of the rope to the driver, G Kodol is the new discovery which cures all stomach

} I long been II lame cf contention or debatable \V. 1'. Draper, who was I who will geptly draw it till the horse ,/ and bowel troubles by removing the cause. This famous

matter not only among the United States cnibassador to Italy from I raises his foot from the ground and remedy checks fermentation, cleanses, purifies and*

e Family Cremated. I I I H'1 t't.tltic men, but the practical farm 1VJ7 to ISM, has just returned from along shows an inclination to go. As soon sweetens the stomach. Kodol digests all classes of food and gives to the body i

i '41 \u;;. &.-Leo Wih1! ers. The former have questioned tour of Egypt and the east as the .horse starts loosen the rope all of the nourishment, health and strength it contains.

.-. children were burn- i' whether the Joseph Springer; has been selected as around his leg and let him at Cure Indigestion, Dyspepsia and all Stomach Troubles.
I' &' "-' jhos-phate could go any "Kodol Dyspepsia Care Is Just the thing for dyspepsia and stomach troubles. Is huJ
it ter! country horn be of any value ns plant food and rice consul in Cuba by General U. S.: pace be:.'.hool>cs. This experiment I helped me more than anTtbine'Plo ID a long standing case of catarrh of the .tomach.h'

f Elliott: this county, Bragg, the consul generaL saw tried with Oscar King Cherry Valley,N. Yo
av some of the farmers have claimed that ; great success on one
Prepared only by E. C. DeWItt Co., Chicago. Sold by all dealers,
their: were much benefited has resided in Havana for Springer I of the balkiest horses I ever saw. The
w I crops pry OlC MIDDle ClOflfc Cart favorite household remedy for coafh, cold, croup
__._ I II by it Although: we hate not tested it, ; years. troucUtu. irlp JtI, throat apluw trouble U ceraa.,

t-..f Earthquake at Sea I our opinion leads us to I e'.ie! \,e that the I Louis \. Gudebrod of New York I Tbe).-Do the Cause Harm. I John heprard.HarKis; Pharmacy Kidney Kahn.

,\a: :;. G.-The British farmers are right, and those who rely made the design that has been acCt'ptI I Every now and then we read of students -

I:urn Santos reports 'I I j only on sci,:,ntilic principles may l lie ed for the memorial arch to be erected I at an agricultural college who - -- -- -- -- -- --

.;i..g the German Lark I ITJ wrong. \\V do not place sufficient con- in Ktchmoiid.., to the memory of I want tie name of the Institution
Jefferson a\ls. changed Rural New Yorker. That FACTS FROM FRANCE. I
San Francisco for l| hdence ia the i>over of the soil and the says

July! 20: | ndion of frosts, rain and summer heat The late General Charles II. T Collls I word "agricultural" hurts their feel
in latitude 3Angltude :
I upon w hat are son.ftiuics called insolublo made the bequest In his will that his I ings. They would probably feel insulted Parisian theater managers Lave resolved '

SS! degree |I! fertilizers. two regimental; flags be deposited in' if one were to call them farmers, for the future not to admit dra- N

uthquake shock was I Iiv I \\V know little of the power that the tomb of his old comrade General though probably the greater insult matic critics to dress rehearsals I

which caused the : these elements mat ,exert and whento Ulysses S. Grant i would be given the profession of farming The French city of Nantes, with a :

'- to revolvo violently, the natural t'li-meuts of the soil Mark Twain's "Innocents Abroad" liiit what is the matter with such population of 200.000. has the shopsfor I '

.- The Christine sisaimi |, there may be added the effect of df>- has been barnil from Uussia for its young people anyway? Who is to the sale of mule and horse meat. I al

felt the distuiblTraffic computingegetalile; matter, either as herosy. The chapter objected to is hisdnsrriitiou I blame for the fact that they are A French physician proposes the enactment 'I''

stable ninimru or as ;"1't'l'n:111111'1.'., of weeping OUT Adam's Jsepiaisrtitious I ashamed of the noblest and oldest business of a law forbidding women
ou the face of the earth? Can it under thirty to wear A corset of
i 1 plow"til under, we can only hay that we ;:rn e. I any I

Uninterrupted i j think they Lave much iftect in 11I:1 kin:; 1". II. UiiniMj of Manchester, X. II., be that those who teach them have kind under penalty of fine or IWpI1s\'II.

\ < Ii Street car traf- soluble hut only plmsr.hatic but other I i is iiiiii'iiliiiK 11 history of biittieilags: of lost the true spirit of agricultural education tncnt

ph'41 l today and no mineral elements la the soil Those this country, especially of tliose carried : or is it the fault of fond but Paris is to have a statue of Gavarnl,

anticipated. The I who Lane t:. tI the finely ground roik in what Le incidentally calls: "the i misguided parents? Whoever is at the caricaturist He was as much the

ut. hut that troa j jtUiuui lor Thomas ski; upon fields which had 'nothers'iiu.trnl"! In IS'Jl,Co.Alfnil I fault the fact remains that such students historian of Louis Philippe's reign as

'. \\ stopping! : received! a liberal dressing; of stabl" IJeit. the Muwwor of Cecil' do the cause of the American John Leech was of the first part of Y

i had Mm treated with farmer more harm than good! Queen Victoria's.For .
i manure <.r a Uluides iu the o\eloiinifiit of South I

I green crop plowed under are so tinani- Afma. stalls: out with u reeord of a target during: big gun practice

I tnuusly in its favor that we cannot having ci\tn wore to charity in the : The Supply of Hot" recently the French northern fleet used Time

i doubt but that the so called insoluble last ten jwirs than the Kotlisdiilds. Hog supplies at the markets continue the old transport Surcouf. The range Preserving

fJf 1! I light. The failure of the corn and half miles and
phosphates do become soluble in the Professor Lewis Swift, Mho has Just was over three a ,
coil under certain conditions, dependingi : has discovered : crop in 1001 cut down materially the the vessel sack In less than ten min- iu the kitchen robbed of its terror
j passed his eighty-second year, 1
.' it H rn f re ry box cf the genuinejiative I'i, ui>on the soil or the treatment it has fifteen comets and 1:-l:! np\\1 i productive machinery. What shouldnow I utes after the first gun was fired byu-inga 0.STo'.E. This is a

HromO'Quinine Tablets i i rt.'l.t.'ln'tI.-\m'rlrall Cultivator be parent stock went to the ,
iiebulaa nnirdhicb is only t-ur-
.j tort core told in ODe OMJ.'i I slaughter pens. The outlook is good I veritable boon to the housewife.
passel by that of Sir William! IlersoheLllalsutta 1
I Sot I'okslhle. for the man who raises hogs for market Quick Relief for Asthma Sufferers. I IFole
TrlrUer
Mioco. a full blood Indian, I heat, 110 dirt ; saves time, labor and
[ tvanl a good Bedr Just after the oleo bill was passed has b.fii elected chief of tile Seminole I I ........'; ... \"', Honey and Tar allords immediate I

11 nice Crib for theo ;t there was some fear among butter tribe In the Indian Territory, defeating I relief to thma sufferers in worry. With it you have cleanliness -

makers that the oleo men would be .1011)11'. Drown half breed. The election Infantum. the worn stages and if taken in time comfort conveniences and
to Marston <5 a A Cure for Cholera ,
will effect a" cure. W. A. D'Alem-
able to fit around the law by using
hasten the dissolution of the "
I "Last Mrs. Curtis
may May says berte 121 R. Palafox.If .
A full line of Gas Ranges,
I butter containing: artificial coloring! economy.
Seminole tribal government Baker of Kookwalter, Ohio, "an infant -

matter. It will be rtmembered that J. At the age of ninety years "UncleJack" ,I child of our neighbor's was suffering for ale at lowest prices by the
\\'. \\'lltls\\llrth. the New York congressman from cholera infantum. The !
llajdon. as he was familiarlycalled want a nice to
tried to saddle the lull with I doctor had all hones of re- you present give
CATARRH died at Fred.-rieksburg.! Va. lIe.. given up to a friend, go and look through; the i ielegant
Dru"ISt took !bottle of Chamber
COVforI
; an amendment prouuiiig that "colored a Pen acola Gas Co
was during the civil war a guido! to i: lain's'Colic, Cholera and Diarrlnea line of suitable articles at S
fi.YS butter shall not bo ccnslrtied as coloration Generals Lee and Jackson iu the !battles to the hou-e. telling them J. 1. t5tephens, you surely can find !i ,,
." Had tills become law the oleo ;, Remedy ,
rc R M BARyRfS io around rredei-Kksburg.! i! that I felt sure it would do good if something to please you. If you 25 and 27 E. Garden St., Pensaccla, Fla.
lChlnD -opIe could have taken red butter and want anything: in the Diamond line i ii i
The name of Lieutenant: Charles Carroll med according to direction In tdays' \\ :)
used it ti, color their iLi.\ture. thus I { i be ure to see him before you buy
Wood, a great-giandson of l'resi- !I time the child had fully re- ,
NAYFEUER = e\adiii; tin ten cent t.ii.: The treasury I dentachary 1'ilur, appears as the 'j covered, and I* now ( nearly a year '

department has settled the matter deliultelj !' ince) a vigorou*. healthy girl. I CHOICEST
tirst 011 the roll of honored dead onCanada's
in Hit lollowinjr(; statement: have recommended this remedy frequently I You can get your house
memorial statue to her sol-
Tor example, if butter that has been t and have never known it to furnished complete r1Iarstory : -OK-
diets who Ml In the IJoor war and fail in For j
artificially! colored! is used as a any single instance.
couipo- which will be erected Halifax.A ;kale all and medicine t- fllillft'soneasy- ''
by druggist
teat p.irt ol the unibl.ed product olcouiirganue f FRUIiS AND CONFECTIONERY f f fAT
dealer .
COLD' ( HEAD (and that finbl.fd product -- merits, weekly or monthly
-- -
Tour root til rJ h.
looks like liuttir of shade i -'-'iii.JI any
."....I lowi, as the oiciiimigiiriuc is not fn'n.UI \) A unique tpecitaea of ocean life hits Foiey's Kidney Cure -

':" ( i.rtlticiul coloration, the tax of 10 been captured! at Honolulu for the mikes kidneys and bladder right. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. i C. APOSTLE'S
United States fishing vessel Albatross .. .. .. .
-
k. ---- --------
,
ceiita per pound will be asHssd and I I
in that \iciuity. It Is a : M7o.Ortue
now cruising:
W. C.
ROWE
,' cullt-cftrL" small tiah which has four feet They Negro Is Saved from Mob. I' ll East Government St.

.. ,> y rfrivrwwvw; Thut MH-IUS to st the it so far as colored ate \\-tlbei like the fpH of a frog and !\Tor.gom'rAla.: .. Aug. 6-A sP'"- i : 17S S. 1'alnfoi ,

PUBLICITY fOR butter is concerned and we think are apparently the link between foot clal from Jasper Ala., says Reuben I Hours from to II::)} a. in sad 1 to 8 p. m Formerly Cordova Restaurant BtauiJ
will I'I'tU.Lt it Is fair
honest people U>=
and tin. The specimen is said to be one Burria. a negro, was placed in jau :, and after T o'clock One car-load of Pineapples at 11.75
llural New \orktr.Plfillim I
\ THE PEOPtE.r to all.- of a few such fish found In the world. here after barely escaping a mob at Phono eG.I to |2.00 per dozen.
.
,
I
Carbon Hill Burris attempted to I
I llrllll to Illlir}' <',",...

f \ k orj toits Ion a Cent !' While total! pasturjtrc: is one of the Henry I.. Hhattuck of Shellsbur, II' enter the house of Mrs. Scoddy. at Carbon
cured of stomach trouble }lfll:!, He was frightened away i LAW
Iowa wa a
onj I..crUnrJ I., Head Lest If nod the lest foals that can be DEPARTMENT
with which he had been alllicted for the first time by the cntu of Mrs ,
H, f 'rnnoh.Il tupplicd tit t.c! dairy eous during the
years; by four boxes of Chamber- Sr.oiltiy and her daughter but returned I
. ........''t, grit illg; season, jet i if the best possible l I lain's Stomach and Liver Tablet 1 I -OF-
He was raueht and taken
results ore secured in the production of I He had previously tried other in
;00.1.\ ) 1.1N 1). | many
charge the marshal. : jJolm B. Stetson
by that
: milk! it will in mail all cans be found I remedies and a number of physicians Hearing University

\ N advisable to fwil the dairy cows some without relief. For sale by all druggist there was talk of lynching the negro
IIIu.llOld furnl-
I
> 11.d all kuuHoteri wheat bran daily.! The quantity turd [ ? and medicine dealers. the marshal concealed the prisoner Do Laud ir"loi-iclrt.

i I r'n"a,\ to'Y A. A trlctOht, Usher 1, Hot be large: but it si.ould\ IKS Sllpplit-d I --.V ))0)- -' I...,,-. ] in the woods and succeeded in savinghis i[I II JOHN T. FOKUKY I'll. U.. l'fr"IIII'IIf.I.ntatT J. FAU1UH, LL. B., Dean

-t.-.i. ri';ultrly. II'a little lornmcal la ndilctl. life, ag several !'Oloterp fired into I rail
Tenn ( '
'
Bmpioyor-YOU are not satisfactory, "IIIUlH'IH' 1e.1tH..t"} hCHI'i' I H'U ,
--- 1 the lurk! calaboose by a mob that haJgathert "
the rl'ouItsH.ulcI l 14' still Utter. Hut
I NO on unproved real eeor Johnny, and I give you notice that I TWO YKAI>! < Ol'lt\E-Tb. Law I'epartmentoJ Jobn I II. Strtson University
.. -"",,11 amounts at low bran and :"llll'I tUl'jI'; t. ill enable! a trill discharge you at the end of theweek. d!. I\t1l0.J'H'' cour.... li>itdingto the dpRrec o( LL. B gives

tall uil '.,-,11" K, brooks, cow to maintain n full iKnv of milk I ------ ------ HKUKKK ADMIls ToTHK KAK-Tbe dIploma of the Law I>(?partm .nt of John B.
>ti !'!. I'Hliitox,. higher 1 hlrtion; {rnUcrMtv H'lnulito the K\r.
throughout the sumtntrt and (he milk! CONSUMPTION THREATENED. joT ItTli t:R
am 1m I INF'KMATUIN--FortheLawAnnouncerncnt
Otliee Buy-Aw, whj didn't jouse" of l'"/:-: ,and all other de-
; wilt be tidIer nod bitter for making of tint before tic ball yesterday ? "I wa< troubled with a hacking; slrl'd g.irdiDKtbfLtK I'cpartnient.addrfi-i

\ : ',\, > -1'" you nerd money?'i i good butter than if i-u>tnragc alone is say-Ohio State Journal. game cough for a year and I thought I hid I ALIlEIil' J. FAHRAH, Dean of Law Department,
} iw any amount you 1IantIt.rnn consumption" C. L'uger, 211 I De Land. Fla.
and lowrst rates depended upon. It is nut nin':"viry to say ;

aolr.on niipro rd city real' I' put the cows in the stables to feed "rN'luu.. Maple St.: Champaign.! 111. "I tried I -
t n h "bl'r. luiU Houtli I'ala- i a great many remedies and I was un-
lr.-tf bran. Convenient boxes or troughs can Giu>t-See here, waiter, I've been der the care of physicians for everal

: be arranged tin lot or pasture where waiting nearly an Jiour for that steak. :, month I used one bottle of Koley'* i! Tulane University of Louisiana.
". >In. KYur
KOIIKOXV
> 1 '.r- !> your property pro. : the cc.ws are milked and the fecdfngi.e \\ alter- orry. sir. but the cook forgot Honey and Tar. It cured me. and I

>, .:I., buy or nell real es-! done with \iry little trouble.-st the combination to the safe, and have not been troubled since." i No'VV Orlonu

'v ol any description, have Louis ilepabGe.OSTETTER'. the had to send for an expert to open it. -- I __ __ __ _, ____
"- your taxeo attended to .
Watson Co -New York Journal
I* Tlio C :
.urllonC9 agents. Prnsa- \ ou nvcd not : _BANNER SALVE EDWIN A ALDERMAN, LL.D., President.

t ,,, niixSrate To everyone suffer from he most healing salva In t>vt world ,
A Clever Idea.
-n Q. we will lend money S "ull Courses In Lnnsoa:(,, ):,Icl..nt'! !. Etllln..rlng. Law. :
d a house_ xd-tf II CElEBRATED Sick HeacacheBihousnesi Jones-That's the neatest and most Seven Separate IVpartuiHnts. Sixteen Build.ni Kxt"n lve Llbrnerieg Laboratories. Art
-
polite office boy 1 ever saw. how do Marston $ Quina have j and Worli..hopa5pll'odld Uruartmrut for Women In the Ntmcomo College.
I 4 III i'+.tl.t;, it? I j Tulane makes i"adersinallvocations. Its facilities for Instruction
you manage are
,1; some 'ery nice Dl'essersancl i In he SoutU. Klshlj: '-ix: instructor and 1:!.''.{students last session. Many sYhoUrthip.
Ilatnleccy, Smith-1'ay the typewriter a dollar a
; "t r- of timherwd land on ;: I in tbl'ac-lt".mhd-pHlmrnl; open to Louisiana boys Kxptmes of
scholarship
;.url l -loom dwelling, week extra for making lure to him.- Wash Stands very cheap. I f.rur 8e ,,lon. Hoard and lodging In dormitories at low ratl's. Optortunitie.afforded student
.' '-"'I r..)ldw&thtn nett Indigestion or academic student, for wit-help. IatheAcatPntteColirge.noboy
-,uit'i. carr polic station Constipation Puck. : Just the thing to go with tor colh',.. ,,'ork, ...,11 b..turnsdaaayfrom luaJlllty: pay tuition. properly Nest session' boI -
11wrP glnlUctoh"r Iii Send for Catalogue.
Iron Beds. I
i
; In Doubt. AdJrt-' .
if you will onlytake s H K.BRUFF'teecretary.

! 'any moot trrraby desirable theKUhericy. lots In I1' II. Litter a dose before ort Mrs.! Kyndharte-Where Is your 1- __ _____-_- -_ - --- -- ,
s,-[ flee'I houtb falafoilalm Path meal. home, poor man? --

It will positivelycure .. Tuffold; Knot-I ain't sure mum. De
STOMACH tin" di I
,. N "It'I-\lHle.: a 5 ands, TRV If switch engine was In its vicinity w'enI AGO TO
--- ""'" I, T ER and-lf.ere for your* I 1.(' ells morning.-Commoner.
,
.,..I'l'u" e,platn now weadrfnetghtwerks i
Molrr i
atilt leer Sorml' '..
>nv 1.1\ PARKER'S
HAIR BALSAM Nell-Who were the people the Bible F. E

i. lli-lp AV tiil.'tl. C'IHIwo uul twtmfkt toe hiir.Ptxnuhl speaks of as "bHln:; eyes they see not BRAWNER'S.fiFor
._... a lniuij: growth.
-- '
Never fu' to Bcitor Grq and having ears they hear not? .

antolfarn 0/. nmiiiSicr hatrareisint chiropody!, e-Bur. ...to..P n di>_Youthful...*& h*.T Color.,......" J, Iell-Chaperons, I suppose.-FhiLa-

d. \\ rite to.lay. Moler Se.ndl.ea nn a. Record.

au.. 1.1\. aunt DR. KING'S delphla ____ __ .on ) Seven Days we will Offer the Following Prices-&
The bet
'\ .\. .'l'l:U. physicChamberlain'sFtomach
and Liver Tablets Easy to
\ ,nod olicltor; will pay: TRY NEW DISCOVERY take. Pleasant in effect For sale 20 doz Men' French Neck
,. drop2tk) Pair Men's New
'i -rio \ to right one Adoffice. Orleans Sewed You should
by all druggists and medicine deal- look at line
stiched, undershirts for 23c our of
drawers
nldtt ; or Cable Hcrewed
hhoe;
FOR THAT COLD. to match. ?, for this sale, Ladies' High and Low Cut hoes
f 1.20 solid leather.
\\ -Ml kinds ol empty beer TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. 25 doz Men's ; WA can save you money.
Fancy striped, Lace
,
; H. A. KRIIDMAS. aornt
Cures ConsumptioiCoughs ers.CASTOR and Plain, Milk Finished, Balbrigan 175 Pairs Men's Hand Hewed Vici 1,00. yards Lawn, fast colored,
IAFor Kid :Shoe worth & ;c, to close
pot iruv.OJ1H 1 Undershirts at l'>c each ; drawers to In four dillerent shape at 5c yard.

-,' .............. Colds, Bronchitis! Asthma, match toe ; regular |1, for this sale $2.95; a &JO X-Bar MaMin, regular 7o
" BROWN LEGHORNS Infants and Children. pair. goods; to close at 4
PneumoniaHayFeverPleuris 10 doz >a'c yard.
t I Ijr stock and Kg: ** for ,&!.>. Men X-Bar Undershirt,

"t Wt.l.s rUrdwirtfCo't. 19stf LaGrippe Hoarseness, The Kind You Have Always BougK worth SOc, for 40c; drawers match. I have bought the full line of Levy- to 1/.0 close yard Unbleached Dome3tfo'
'! at 4}Ze.
I II 25 doz Men'a Scriven Pou Co.
tt.tlltalJ )! Patent, seam boys' shoes that I will close
.... ,...--.. -..---... .. Sore Throat, Croup and ide drawers, worth 65c, for this sale out at cost. 1,OJ) yards Best Check Gingham,
',It 1 'i'R\H. KKlKVK-Mnnatactaror Cough. I C:7f: 3c. fat colored, regular 7c goods, for'
Whooping
tier in Kr tiOtKls, H.tI Toilet 125 this; sale 5c.
pair Walkers
;ar Oil,..to..a.>vV.. Government 2S doz Boys Extra Size Pants, 12 to Boys' Easy reg- 10
I NO CURE. NO PAY.c 17 near Wc goods, to close at 35c pair pieces White and Red Tablr"
year, worth !i for
a pair, this sale Linen
FREE.iDURfYOURSEtF. ------ -- --
Price 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES 5Oc regular 40c goods, to close at2oc '
..1M'r.w For 1"unt'rnlt4. ; i5 pair Men's Low.Cnt Patent yard. No one over 5
l w_ w PENNYROYAL PILLS We carry full line of Boys' Wash Leather shoes:! we have been selling 30 pieces Medicated yards
KS KOK KUNKKALS furnlsned Pants. Call and 24-inch Cotton-
see them.
.r oily In bonqaei or speCial d>>iigni1U CC6ea ('III BieR taaoanrilIalrl. C. v Ortflm I ail U lj 6 li& at |2.W pair, to close at |1.75 pair. Diaper worth 85c, for this sale 60c.
Moreno, tai V> eat Uri gory diKhtrRM.Infltmiuitions.irnutions R/7 jL>- eayi. .".rab. L.4lw.ui IT.tr
::adlmt'U'I' -_$ or ulr.r .tioa*. f k* CHICHK-TEK> ENOUGH __________
.::::.nci... cf mneoni m Etr nM.VJtcsUr I. KElt: ui told Mtiale tom wad
raJal... and not utrUi'TltEE. wit."b T.k..A.r-Rep.. This Sale will Positively Not Run
hen "C..1adoL I Longer Than
FLWLUtM.1WKy Seven
t1 lI.k..J 1-lt I
... gent or POIIOIIOaa.IlCOIUn a o.-n'9" Days.
.CIIEII'Cll Co.
.. .
.m ..... 10'1"f .r II. .". or..1.. m ,
and Hortli LeUil1lIII io. aaldbyDraatieta, -."" lor Pard .Ia... Te.aweda.a ,
or telll IIIa1I! .rapper. I \ u4 MK.Hef fop La4ifM rat.Df r*
i d-un Ordered far ctutomret Q.1 by repaid C..rtt.M. l.r. SfalL 1.. one Moreno, SJ3 Welt Gregory, .apes.or J bottle, fall): I -'-.-/ :lDrvlpw, lieb..t.ee.l..lC.. i 105 SOUTH PALAFOX 8TREET.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENBACOLA FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 7,1902

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-fI DAY IS ENDORSEDBY Eczema IIS 8tron2e g e5t t in t th l ad


: s HOT it reddens the skin itches, ozes.. ,
<< MELON ANDVEGETABLE dries and scales -
1 THE I some people call it totter milk crust or The 42.1 Annual Staten' lf'nl ,,,r.Knding \.

EtUrxl at the Post Office at Pensacola. salt rtieum. DeccinlKr :tl.i r*,
rea.. It'CtJod-cla1 Platter.OrriCK MEN i The bufierinK from it is sometimes InI I Very Low RatesTO HIt)1 nlI
resorted to-
terne; local applications are
:-t'Itt'1 Building 211}{ Bontb: tbt-y mith ate, but cannot cure.
I THE f [EQUITABLE ij
'aIatol street up-it iri. It proceeds and persists from humors until these inherited have or been acquired i

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. At a special meeting of the Melon removed.

and Vegetable Growers' Associationof Hood's Sarsaparilla Mountains, Lakes and SeashoreVIA LIFE ASSURANCE I [ FOCI

Terms: Invariably in Advance. Gainesville, held this, the 2d day positively removes them has radicallyand tlll!
cured the worst and
Oaa Year by Maul _. t5 permanently cases
Ala IIODUII" .. .. .. ...... :i of AUA'ustI002. said association be is without an equal fur all cutaneous Assets .. .- .. . < _
,
f OB* "'f'f'&.b, Carrier, Payable. Monday 10 composed of nearly all the truck eruptions. Kit .,.....",Jtle. fnceAeeuti.POLICE Reserve and other Lt. o
1iWII'b I'IL1.8 art< <
Louisville & Nashville R. R. itiesi . .. . _
TELEPHONE NO. 118. growers of Rocky Point, Arrendodo, i '..
.:
--
.--- Wacahoota, Paradise and a few from i 8urplnsfrom) which Div -

CANNOT 1 dends .
are paid.Paid "
together with practically all Saturday August 16 1902. I"
tvtGN BEL Hague, ;i ..!.

the growers in and around Gaines- i to Policy.holder. n

:; ACCEPT REWARDS ROUND TRIP TO lIK I. ... .. . . :
ville, the following resolution was "

PEH8AOOLA. AUGUST 7. 1902IT uuanimou-ly: I -- ; New Insurance in 19\' > .: :;7
and
offered passed Chicago $ J5.00 Cincinnati $14.00 Total Insurance in fore.
,
Resolved, That we, the Melon and : At yesterday's meeting of the Dec. 31, 1901Notwithstanding. . !7"
a to August to break July's Louisville 12.00 St. Louis
up .
hot weather record and we know shehtryinir. I Vegetable Growers':! Association of board of public safety it was ruled ,$ $12.00 cial strength of the the Socie? p y:.

.
Gainesville heartily indorse the that no policeman or member of the ('
whit-
greater security ;,
$18 ROUND TRIP TO FOLLOWING VIRGINIA POINTS:
-- Hon. H. E. Day, the present chairman police department be allowed to accept -I I holders thereby enjoy. f\.fE
THE statesmen up in Iowa who are LOW and GUAKAN .. -
of the Florida railroad commission offered Norfolk Old Point Comfort Ocean View Roanoke F'g' A
succeeded in putting a taritf revision I renumeration by any I ter than given by othemKNOWLES :

plank in the republican platform as a candidate to succeed himself state or officer for the apprehensionof Hot Springs, Virginia Beach.

are not fools but democrats, and the for many reasons, among; whichare fugitives from justice.

I ".,.mer they get: under cover with us the following: The ruling applies to all alike and j Asheville, N. c., $14.00 Deer Park, Md., $20.00 1J10{ \,

.!' the oontr will they be -comfortable.- -- We know by experience that he is I should there be any reward coining : Niagara Falls, $20.00 Chautauqua Lake, $20.00ROUND General Aj;Pl\lli

;: UKAK Ai'MiKAi. TAYLOR denies I our friend ; he has: been tried and it is to be received and placed in the : TRIP. 309 8. Palafox St.. PEXsy: 4.

I that he preJicttd that this! country I not found wanting. Through him II city, treasury to the credit of the I
Ticket good returning until August inclusive.
31. 1902
would be at war with Germany be- SANTA5ROSAISURF"BATHINGJSTABLISHil
t has j we got the rate on cantaloupes from i fine and forfeiture fund. I Through Sleepers. Coaches, Chair Car and Dining Cars. Everything
\ f.r.1t.fl:, hut the publication
? all points in Florida reduced 3:; per I While it cannot be said that any the be .t.
1 had tilt tlft'ct of drawing out many
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f4 kindly exyre-'lom of the fraternal I cent. This reduction amounts to of the officer would wilfully ue- !
W. SUBLET
. R. Ticket Agent Pensacola.
f..lill.c our German cou-iu have about $tJl.NJ per minimum car of 400: I :u'lect a duty reposed in them still I Fi-h chowder will tm'

' lor u*. which we !:iirht never have crates. There are about 100 cars of j i I there would be a little more of an i Sunday evening.to hay P .

, kuowii !had it not lfeii for the "war I can arrange
I
cantaloupes shipped from Gainesville : j! ambitious effort to catch a criminal other refreshment-
: talk. Urn. during; the week .
yearly, so that we save annually did they know that their succe s I terms fee manager

s TIIEtdlicNs-f railroad nhmiion.I i : by thi" reduction about ROOOUO. meant the receipt of some ort of a II I CHAS. ,,

..r I.* "Utl of th- uto-important within I SPORTING NOTES. TOO PROUD: to BEG.
i The saving: to the cantaloupe growlers reward.
; the tf IH <'f tli. people. Let there I I

rJ be 4 full vntf polled in the primary I i of the whole state: mut amountto There are two fugitives now being Lady of the :Manor (1'.1. 2ll4i! }, has Man Died of Starvation Rather Than I'' piece Everybody of this earth ha* a rir 1:11\ \\-,

;, flection in thicouuty next Tueil I about <23! ,(>uO.00. Besides this Mr. hald at the= police station for each lier'i sent to Cleveland! to Us bred to Ask for Alms. flirht for it. They mu-t w

..1 t y. ail'S'utl' for the man who hashad Day has been of great service to us i ii i of whom there are said to be rewards 11 im-t II a I.I New rVcatur. Aa! _\1::: '; -Ljinsin th uici to get it. and geThos. '

and knows the I The ogre famous Iti;:"Iiy Trotting a shanty boat on the Tonnecriver :- C. Watson fc Co.
txpt'rillu'l' i in adju-tin: claims aguust; the rail- i offered, but the arresting officer park at l'ortlanlJ.11': .. was sold at auction near here in th? midst of abject have "omf> particularly tii
I
. .nenl nf the peoplr.I Tint: man i iliriiry i"
roads for vegetables lust in transit. I will not be allowed to enjoy it I recently for 2tllabi." poverty andant: surrounded '>y to offer jut now ana

E. Div, the piesent chair- i' We hear from those engaged in under the rule. I \V. K. VamU-rliilt has through bis his wife and several small chiWre.i you to come and inve-ti. _
"f tlif c'>inini--ion. You will -
miu never regret r .
} - -- agent eilaarl i the lightweight; jockey whose frail botires showed the want of
-- :Bother lines of burners from all i'I ro
TEN CENTS WIL1.IVY trial size ofEly's Ueor' Thuiui!,"Mii to ride in Trance. food John Wilson was found yin! !, :
i i; Win cannot the next le l.lature : -----, ..- ,..
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. I sections of the state that wherever i iI Cream Balm ; enough to conI The St. Louis fans think that the of stan ation. -
1'a. a memorial asking Con re** to I I vince you that it is the greatest ofI !! CONCERT AND IM 1
I they have gone to the Railroad Com- O'Neill brothers of Scrnntnu are hard Nelson Campbell a local boatman
wake a ic 'ol-.. lcal purvey of our I remedies for nasal catarrh or cold in : MAGNOLIA BLUFF I'll
to lat as a battery. So far they have made the discovery but ( nti
when
1 ..tote' There i H every likehood! that I> niisiou with a just complaint they i]I the head. Fullize 50 cents. Alli foundnothing I NIGHT. TRAINS AT t i
>
won a majority of their could he
i druggi-t \\ email it. games. done for Wilson an:!
alu.1b1... depo-it-tnf pho-phategold, have found Mr. Day their friend, not i ;; 9. LAST: TRAIN RETl '- 1
ELY BROS., Warren Street, Joui'tt MiH'kiiu who in 1V' 4 shortened he died an hour later. The remain I It

Iron coal. oil. sulphur and other only willing but prepared to help New York. I his major league career through loyalty were buried on the river bank and 11:50. TICKETS: 25 u v ..

i product< would b j di-covered in va- I 153 Second :street Albany N. Y. to his club, is now one of the Campbell brought the starving wise DEPOT. 1
I them. J. B. Browne the opponent
MesrELY BROS.-J suffered
rlou counties of the tate which are pitchers of the :Memphis club of the and children to town where they
an
!} of Mr. Day in this race is a gentleman greatly witn catarrh and tried ditfer- i
t now 1.1..Jjlu along with no knowl- lent remedies without effect. After Southern leasui' being eared for. ,:, This weather makes >II

rdh'e of the po.-ible wealth beneath I of integrity and ability ; but he u-ing one bottle of your Cream Balm I The I en\er police board issued instructfons Wilson was too proud to beg and, I\Srasvgrow. You can <

s thru f(f.-t.IK know practically nothin about i j' I found relief and I cannot praise n.it to permit "y oun 'orI rather than let his wants be known r*
I' too hihliuch. a remedy. I I bett" and Dave Sullivan to fight In the and his family did without food. Wilson keen cutting Lawn ,U<,ii' rand

) tlivp'VerumPUt intend: to etiCourn railruad-". The two member of the : Maps tUKAVUI.RII.. rit.v. The content will probably take formerly lived at Knoxville, Tenn.. : Grass Shears froii I

,,'. any indu-try by uli-idy.. I commission already selected have I i iI |;:I Sept. :'.7. IWJ.'APPLICANTS! j place in Louisville or San: Francisco and ('o\'i non.. K}"., and is said: to Willis Hardware Co'

if why. cwt cacoura cultivation of I|! no experience in railroading. To1':: | Dolly indwell 2:tf.I:, the winner ofI have 1Il'l'n'E't ort some years ago

I the abiiid"iit-J farms: which are so | put another inexperienced man on FOR i I the ten thousand dollar trot at I'rovl- but losing his fortune he traded! for FRANK SECARI'S BATH HOUSE f |

f; plentiful in the Eijt: and South? j donee, 11. I., last year will be retired a shanty hoat and followed fishing t'Iht'r
i the couimi-ion would in all probability j from the turf after this season as she for a living.A .
1 Verywhen the owner. have unwillingly ANAPOLIS : water sea bathing -4
!left the old farnii for more lucrative I lead to its being; abolished i!| ACADEMYi I will be lired to lUnpeu 2UOii: before i! day for white people onl-
she begins: her campaign. Necessary Precaution.Don't ''compartmentforladie. w ,
: cini'li-ynit-iit and would gladly It would get into eudle-s litiga-i! -- 1
i Captain S. S. P.rown. the Pittslmrs neglect a cold. It [is wore tendaut. Neatest, be-'
mum at alight;: inducement. In tions with the railroads and be-I Several aspiring young men area j 1 turfman has paid S:3hs9: for the !Sam: than uuplea=ant. It i is dangernii. bath house in the t,.

i bUIIJIII':: up the firtawe would come a nuisance to the -tate instead j jI i now employing all their leisure time ': Salver farm near Lexington. Ky., and By using One Minute Cough Cure I; cent F s'' Ah,":

j j' ...trrutheuthebtckbutteufuurcouutry. : I will install a breeding establishment you can cure it at once. Alliy- in- Cor. Cevallos an :
; I lof u Lenefit. This is whit: the railI studying in order to qualify for the with llliie Wins, Troubadour and Garry llammation, clears the head, sor.the-;

i roads of Florida want, therefore i iI. j civil service examination and strengthens the mucous mem I
coining Herrmann in the stu < Tiu. indu-ttial development of1'euaaroli I. : brane. Cures roughcroup, throat : 134 134 134 134 134

; they are fighting )Ir. Day, not be- and later if they are successful in and lung trouble. Absolutely ..r._-... .
Gouldingward 111cr -
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I I Some of the newest French blouses
Act* like
1 caue he has not treated them fairly, j the first test of their educational: imimdiately. Children it.
**>rti facilitiefor handling and I are made with jruimpes of very filmy Hargi.' Pharmacy, John :Sheppard, 134's 134

yf x torin,' C'-ttmi at the compress, an I land at the same time been true to qualities, will go before an examin-1 I lace or net or craped chiffon that is not Sidney Kahn. AGdfrSCll'S felt vtJnt

f Juimt-u-e and finely equipped cotton ': the trust the people had placed in j hug board to te-t their qualificationsfor 1 tucked or lace striped the yoke part ,' I 131IIr
shaped In a deeply pointed curve, so Matters' Association! Elects Officers 134- III" "' f
reed oil mill, one of the inert !
I .m I
J
him but because want to make
they admision to the naval j i
academy
. fertilizer ftctoiif 111 thi country I i ] that one gets! the effect of an evening :Milwaukee.Vis... Aus 7.-The United .. .
the commission odious and have it i iI at Anuapolir.! in which institution: | bodice cut in the fashionable decollete States Masters a.sFociatii/n held: 134
t t'Xtl'lI"U' tiav.il -tuiespLiutsafirstf i I 134134134 134
I form.New York Post. an executive session at the hotel) Ptis-
1 clanbtrrtl factory, fete. The next abolihed.As i appointments are made upon merit I --------
j t -- --- ter today and elected the following officers -
:. new liuln-itry In logical: requtuceafter well try to run a bank without I II ''alone. SHATTERS ALL RECORDS. : President Bruno Fink of Do you want a ma !tiifir! i' W

the oil mill will be a soap fac bookkeeper aa Railroad The the for little money? If -
competent i applicant attaining to :\lIlwaukep'iet'
I very I i ihignet Twice iii hospital, F. A. Gull.dp, : president. A. T. Stephens, the jeweler Hw

tory. i Commission without an general percentage will be Verbena, Ala., paid a vast sum to Wheeler Buffalo. N Y.: treasnrer. C commodate you.CRAND .
I' expe'I'I doctors to cure a evere cae of pile, E. Remer, of Kenosha. Wis.; secretary.J. .
lU.viti.i 't 111\: IIt'H'ro backward nenced railroad man. recommended for appointment by ,
I i!I 1 1 j: cau-ln21 tumors. When all failed, II. Pank. of Chicago
1 and tli 'ti<::ti d"-IlIill; politicians '! urge all farmers aud business men :-,etaator Mallory :i i ii I; Bucklen's Arnica Halve soon cured EXCURSION.T .

may temporal: ily clog; the wheels of him. Subdues lull unmation, conquers -
I throughout the state: to vote for Hon. I j ji Rabbis Form Organization.New .
i proirev he car 'lItilllll'to move I Ii i LOOK PLEASANT PLEASE. Aches, kills: Pains. Bet aloe
i H. E. Diy for railroad cominNionj j in the world. 25c.; at W. A. D'lemberte' York. Aug. Thirty-five rabbis .
Photographer C. C. Harlan of
after brit
The
ou delay.
very
the
drug store.PENSACOLA
? : representing leading Hebrew
from !: er at the primary August; the 12h ;i E.\ttlu.O., can do so now, though for .
rliiu the obsolete
I e convention I -- --- -- -
years couldn't because he suffered !1 congregations in the country, at a

$ .y'-teurtlfnlakiugpirtynunhina-: i : next O. P. CANNON, untold a,:ony from the worst form CLASSICAL SCHOOL meeting in this city have organized

tloiK tll the mure democratic primary: 1 Secretary. ''iudige-tion. All physicians and themselves into the United Orthodox

ryoteut ia lt'rt.HII4 though it 1 1 medicines failed to help him till he Rabbis of America. RiJibt I. J Lessee :Marianna
? and Hiv
tried Electric Bitters which worked Third Annual Mcsionlcnilfr Ilcgius Sep.
1ur. already hereays the New Or- of Cincinnati. ":
JUST LOOK AT HER. such wonders for him that he dew 1.:%, 1!)":. and tIIIIM wan elected chairman undjy morninir, Au u-i
J"&lIo Tllllt'U"nltt'rat. The of the confurence t uion depot atria,
politician > ct.ut''u.t'Y are a godsend to sufferer* Juno rj, 1".1. and Rabbi [Israelite m
o may rait-- :cud the ward heeler Whence came that sprightly step. : from dY-rt'piiahd stomach of Chelsea Mass., i retary.Men nuil excursion over
I faultier skin rich complexion! Hound
rosy to MarliuJunction.
trip '
trouble-
I'nriv tied for di-ea-esof
Imagine n vain tiling, but the nii--e-: smiling face'' :She looks goods feel I i;, the Momach. Liver and Kidney: ,' The aim of this! school is to pro- Will IJe HOJH. $:i &!. FrnMariauna. u

I of the people .Ire detfrmitied: to sew 1! good. Here's here secret. :she ues.Dr. They build and give new life to ;' vide thorough HIGH SCHOOL and |2 6U: to lt,v.fi. .
It-ct their own .uudard bearerand >. King's New Life Pill?. J t>..ultall the wholey.tem.up Try them. Only 'COLLEGE! PHKPAHATOUY in- In the excitement of a lively) ex -r- : 1 ickt- good for fly

thy will do. ..o.WlUN organ* active digestion good no" o"c. Guaranteed by W. A.D'Alem- : -truction. The drool is of epecialI cise like boat-racing or bill-playing, turn on iny regular \p.t-- .

headaches chance for "blue*. berte. dru,!;gi-t. I interest to three cla- !:'- : they will strain their Inu"cles and go Purcln-e ticket- tn'For k
Try them vllur-elf. Only 25c. at W. 'I 1. Tho-e who having completed further iufuruiati'
11 factional ditTerence- ; home limping and sore. Then
Ii A.'D'Alemberte'i'i the grade of the public -chool wish they JII' j,
troy republican unity democraticsuccf FINE PUG DOC to pursue their studies further with- are glad they have Perry Davis' P. 'Iff'

1',1 *- i- in -U'lit. The war between out having home Painkiller on hand to soothe the lxc'Ir-mu: \I

the admini-tratiou and the autirrciprocity. CARD. 2. Those who wi-h, with the aid q-iivering nerve ; to penetrate the -

I protection-mad, element WAS CAUGHT of the careful individual attention mu I I that can be Driven in smaller cla-ses
of that party pomi-e< to mcrea-e invirulence. To the many loving awl kind i i power. It has relieved the pain ..f
--- and a longer! session, to advance rocking chairs at ..Marffnc.t
'f The New York Tribune friend who administered so generously ;> two
more rapidly than is possible for generations of American*. ,
now charge- thetalwarts! with en- ,, ) to our beloved on, (t. W. '' About !& o clock last night :he dogcatcher them in public schools Large bottles 25 and oO cent-. Quina's. Prices ar Wj

;f $*Vi\uf in a con-piracy to ruin Cuba \VelIes, during= stckneand: to i j I: picked up IIn Government 3. Those who are fitting themselves -. low.

those who, after the Grim Reaper II ]I' for college.In -
t coiumereially "and then teal it. i -
OYSTERS ---
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street a fine little pug dog which had addition to the u-ual iutructi.ui AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine
\Vlietheralaimattheprospect of a had felled the giant frame -o ten iu
t I English Mathematics History
.stolen, away from its home. The GO TOCOE'S
i drinocratic hou-e of repre-eutatives: 'dt.'rlyexpres"eJ their sympathy iujso I I Geography, Litinetc.instruc-

will cau-" the republican "get many acts uf kindness and love, !|: owner Is doubtless very much wor- ''! tion is offered, .ifln/ut >fine i tuition. oysters! today. Try them. BOOKSTORE.

t we can but \'oice. in this, brief testiimonial. 'I Ii rigid I today the | in Greek French, German and Spanih. NI(' .\I"JHLF..
? t.' ;t'tht"f" "r not. the! effect of their : over pet' disappearance The school is conducted at the

i dl4tteu-ieu. will inevitably extend i I. our heartfelt appreciation'''I, but it can be obtained should i corner of West Gadsden and Spring

1 td the campau'ii of 1\1111.> to the ;great and thanks, and hope that such a j i;I application be made: at the police ( streets, in a building which is to FINE STATIONERY.C. .

r sdv.tutrt. of the democracy. sorrow may never come to them. !, be arranged to adapt it especially to STClt, : .i' .J
station before tomorrow night, when the needs of the !school.
May God bless and keep you, is the V. No.
I II The number of in attend Thompson, 11 South 1 HammocksTo
pupils
For ever Sixty \'ears I fervent wish of your* gratefully, j i it will be killed if not -ooner claimed. :,
ance is limited. Hence those desiring Palafox street has just! opened anew
I MKH.WJM.LOWH! M.rttai\pia'krp bal T. E. WELI.11 FAMILY. j' With the "pug" there were half a I admittance should communicate make you C -.1''?'

tr.n u.eJ for ovrr butt years by millionsolmotbrri !I as early as possible with tne Princi I supply of Linen and Bond
dozen other dog, all of which
l tar Ibeir chlldrru\bll trvtblcg. I'roin Hut to Colt, :i ij will pal.For Papers, white blue and gray, with 1 Novels.
with peruse IU't'U. It soothes the child I be made a target for OSicer Parker'si further information terms and Envelopes to match
Oxford
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: tottrottbe gum.alsy l! nil l'ato.Urt' wu..ai j Dysentery prevalent everywhere II i ;; Best Writers at til: '
tomorrow. catalogue, addressH.
colic, and U tn best r..mt'dy tor l'ierrbors in siimmer'and is due to mia-matic !II i I also Foreign Mail Tablets with Envelopes
.
tl will rrlirTf the p..or little taTrrvr liuirdlktrly. I I II -- ---- CLAY AKMSTKON(.,
i fVold by llruu1ltllo"vt'ry part I poison, and begins abruptly with Grass Shears that will cut Principal, orPEKCIVALH.WHALEY to match. Ink, Pencil,. Kodaks.
nrM. IWniy.nve inflammation of the mucous lining i j
oltb cents a bottle.tit i i Penholders Blankbook
,
I File
arw's bootb. ': of the lame. bowel. In America the i\close at the Willis Hardware I JR., etc, Pocket rttere" i I's
4 tie Byrap.nd tA&I! no other bind.mtttresses Assistant. etc., always on hand. ai
; disease is common but properly i I
3 treat<"d do* not r-sult a-. seriously ain Cos._ Phone 234.See Baseball Goods.
O.1LHTORIIL. -- i ----- -
the tropicPtry Davis1 Painkiller -
Inn the 1..+a S 3.I61 is the best known remedy and : CONCERT AND DANCE AT \I; NOTICE TO CAS CONSUMERS you buy Fur; Bits Ma-k- Gl- v l'
.
I Pc1'AFbefore
:;9.r the most efiieaci'-us in the treatmntof His price
elptue i MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY: I i After July 31 the office and warerooms lowest.
dysentery.Garden b Takle.
tl NIGHT. TRAINS AT 5, S:30 AND ]I I I of the t'en"acola GiS Co. will Fishing

for I I 19. LAT TRAIN RETURNS AT ,\, be at No*. 25 and 27 East Broadway The finest line oi sterling silver. : Lines, Hooks P ;:'"
theprice TJ"'illisI
hose ai the I i (Garden street,I. good and silver novelties is
TICKETS to be
11:50 23
tseSt t ever sold here. ; CENTS: AT
C. F. ZEEK, found at J. I. I .aru'" .. .z
Stephens' Price to' ,
O. M. Pry or. i Hardware Go's. I DEPOT. I II ,|I 29jtf Manager. please all. 'I I & Triel fita: |' '"





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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7.1902.

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+. c o.\u. Present; TMo. GQO3.Ooza.dezi.cied. F. C. HORTON. Cashier; (f 525252525252525S25252
THE
j. fOSr4EE,Vi e.Prnident; M. E. CLARK Agt Cashier.AMERICAN WEATHER G j\

Statement of the 10 Yards fi 10 Yards



NATIONAL BANKOF TODAYLocal PRINTS LAWNS



PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS JULY 15, 1902. 1-0rt'caFt-Local showers tonight; I I for 45 c. ; ' for 45c.

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(From Report to Comptroller.) Friday fair; fresh northwest minds
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RESOURCE LIABILITIES. Temperature In Last 24 Hour:

tt'le . .... .. ...... ...... .. .. 1351,698.79 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... J200.000.00 Maximum _._......_........_ _._. .... !I()degre
... .. ..... ...... ...... .... Minimum__.... ._....?_.....-?.73 degrees .TO MAKE ROOM.
t au* 29,96667 Hurplus Fund.... ..... .... .. .. ..... .. .. .. 10000.00 .
.". .. .. ....:....... .. ...... .... 176.JW :Net Profits..... ...... ...... .. .. .... .... 7,612.72 Elsewhere

.. J 4 and Premium... ...... ..... bO.2 O.OO Rediscounts..... ..... ...... ...... .... .... 19.500.00 Temperature :

:rlt.... etc.. .. .. .... .. .. ..... 2,625.00 Circulation.... .. ...... .. ...... .... .... .. .. 75.00000 )tu. Min. rtw (of{

,.;.d Fixtures.. .. ...... .... ...... 6.718.48 Deposits ...... ...... ...... ...... ..... ..... 344.973.57 Atlanta ._.. .____.._ Ir.! till
.. ., ...... ... .... .. ... ...... 499.12Kit' Bismarck: ..._. ..............__......._P2 5.
Chicago.__........._._...........M 56
IL;e....." ..... ... ... ...... lSi,451.27 Cincinnati _..._........_.......... hl ss
-- Galveston_........_ .___ 101\ 75
Huron .___ __. _.. _.___._ ".. 5:! New Fall Stockwi
ttSo7.C6 29 $657,06.29 Jacksonville.?..?..?...... .... \00 ill
1 .k lpf ned for business October 2J. 1900. We respectfully solicit and will Kansas City_..... ..?.-........ MI f\(
courteous and careful your patronage we give Key: west._. ........._..........._... h.. a 2
JT tnpt attention. Memphis "__ ..._............ ._..? e9 KS
i I Mobile_..._..__.._. ... ........ "'2 72
-4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. II Montgomery.... .. ........ ........ \r.: 7. :
I New Orleans ...... .............._... !U 117S
I Sew YorkSavannah_ ..._ _.. ... ... N M
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I St. Louis ....... ..... ..... ._ 10:1 II:! .e Great Reductions

B H. FAIRCHILD, T SOUTHERN A WEDDING I' :; Offering



t: I'IIOLSTI3T: TFt 1 MARITIME. IN ALL lUi'..11f'1'JIIN'Iti.1)MATTINGS : .
3 EAST ROMANA STREET. COMMERCIAL AT MILTON !;
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MOVEMENTS Correspondence of The News. ESPORTfJ. I ;! AND RUGS;e.::
I For August to date '-". -- C 44.3J5 I
I'lioiio4OC.. -- Milton Aug. ( .-The wedding this ALLIATTIXOS LAID FUKK.
CLKAKtl. I II
The Treasury Bureau of Statistics evening of Miss Mary Ellis and I i I Tug Echo for New Orleans (land sailed) I
: :: Nor bk :Sunbeam Mi, Anderson by IVneeola -
makes the following report : Wiley Williams; Jr., was a pleasant Lumber Co IoHar.tander.. with :! Gallery Rockers, 150.
R. K. WHITE, I i i lie I s it sawn timber.:117,1th! s ft lumber, .7.\\
The first 10 mouth of the cotton surprise to the many lriecdof this 1 I ue $*uOOi i Willow Rockers $2.00
up.
Jeweler -- I Is.uun
1l1l1uiildurilll
z r. year in southern territory show receipts popular young couple. ,

I.rAillltlte Oi>tii.iiii of 11O IHi; bale*, of which The friends and relatives! of the i| Nor lik Hugo, Hans-en, BnenoAyrt: I II I All Wool 30x60 Smyrna Rugs $2.00

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"f Ppn"aeots, H" I II 4s5,013 bales arrived at seaboard i contracting parties met at the Methodist I, NOTICfc TO :M\RIShK->. I Irons Beds $4 00 up.
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church before the hour
__ I II points, 1,041,425 bales entered into just; Commander J H Hull inspector the
I Seventh Lighthouse district, .&. Issued the at Cost.A
-v ';t overland shipment's, and 1 502.UUUi I of the regular wpekly prayer meeting following otliclal notice: Refrigerators .
\ I Pensacola Hay and tntracl'-SR\'y: > arJ
i: bale were taken by southern; mill J. and were united by the Rev Outer Hank Buoy No s. a second-claiscan, Regular $14.00 Size Hardwood RefrigeratorSale
I WII; established Jue 21. l.nc, on tile
1 1'h The cotton manufacturing industryof Mr. Smiley. : following hearings\U:
HEWS NOTES I Deer Point ituon Light E. by N. Price 1000.
the cotton states ha*, therefore, The young people I left on the ten l lYnsacola Llght-Hou-e. \V. N \VV.,

reached: a point where it takes ap- o'clock train for :Mobile where they ':, 1.End;lS. ofWtHlcoall'ilbarf( nary yard, N. New Stock of Welds' Linoleum Just Received,

'- ./'_..._ i ij' proximately 15 per cent of the American will spend their honeymoon. din- point This of buoy the flve-latbom Is placed at curve the southeasterly otl I'ensacoU i' None Better.

navy yard and marks the channel to anchorage I
i- *aiJ, will be ehb-! cotton yield. The yearly consumption cere wishes of a hot of friends for ground for deep draught vessels.OTltE ..,...- ---- -..-..-..-..

: at-d in Peti-acola this their future follow them. I -
of the entire Pnit States happiness
'r the event :are nowI i We New Line of Fall Shoes.
Receiving
\ TO M4KINEKKesulatlons -
our
up to Ibll 7b had never reached the Mr.Villianl. is a member of the > are
I of the Marine Hospital -er-
I firm of I). T. Williams & Co. and
dimensions of the southern consumption vice require the inspection of vessels from
Ultra Shoes for Ladies.
arn"hip It-folh.IJ. i i foreign ports via domestic ports north of
during the past 10 month*, also city clerk Milton, and is with- Southern Maryland but viii such ports at
.t..1! raiN fur the JAIIi Ship Island, where full pratUjje is given
'vIIII'! railroad, sailed Iron shipments; in southern terri out doubt one of the most universally for a southern to entrance port.lnp..cuon, In not prerequisite Excelsior Shoes for Boys.

.!II .\u;. 1 for this port. tory in the past; six mouths reporteda popular young men in the county. t Heywood Shoes for Men.
SU711'1C.The :
gain of 19 per cent over those of Mrs. Williams! is the daughter of
,.nttrtlillll1ellt andmipetition Marine Hospital Service: has issued
to be the ;same length of time ill I'.KJl.! Six John Ellis, one of the most highly the following Allen's Celebrated Children's and Misses' Shoes.
i I "Coastingessrls which are known and
and districts N7,71G respected citizens of the county which are in regular trade with Florida
.lie Knights producing shipped
I I from domestic ports of the United Mates, Just Received 100 dozen Princely
ti 'u'iKilia Bluff ton of pig and pipe iron, comparedwith who has long been a resident here. may enter without detention or Inspection
1
with the understanding that if sicklier of Shirts at 50c each.
SiOJ17 tons for the corresponding ;i any character wbataue\er shall develop

during the voyage to Florida ports shall ._.. .......__ _._____ ____hh .___._ .. _ _
ofiiurce report to the quarantine officers for In-
.'Ir meeting period of last year. "
and
i ipoetion ditpobillon.
i will bfVHIIIIg. Yellow pine shipments from A WEDDING --

JSU-l- southwestern territory show that THE SHIPPING. W. J. & B. FORBES.
!
tmberare OCCURS TO-NIGHT
'itIG-.j! feet were marketed in the! i VESSKLH IN pORt

[ first six mouths of 19oO! ; 932,421,041 >TEAM: -HII8.lir t I
i. i-,1 and I If You Buy Them at the l>.>*toii :Shoe Mon Tu. : it I.. t.
ilar i feet in six month* of Isml) or a gain I Mr Charles Pfeiffer and :Miss May I 1\RR August Belmont, :1'"17. Hogerto LA I II I I,

1 t ti., ...fi.d of 23; per cent; and 1,1U5,741,270 feet Elizabeth Benson, both of this city I hr Irl'apruori'5l.Cilurnun. .'1.-J.K.xlham.liethell, tj to H H 11 tI Itoyer lloyer I I I II

iM 1 u- j I in the lir-t half of I'.fKi! I being an advance will be uiuried at !> o'clock tonightat '' Al'o Kr li'II'rI"ld.IUII, Tysen. to W L Willieh I Satisfaction and Service

I !.- .au-u.11 'I I'.r .;. James,
of 49 per cent over the output :Mr. Pfeitler's home on Eat Gov. Lumber Kmgslind 1'0 to l't'nloacolll l

'I, tint-r Etiv I', of 119! Itl.I ernment. pan \ ivlna. lM! Kuiz, to Gulf Trac-it IIA\: Min:
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I Co. I
i errlilllg by -HI!'!!.
Rev. J. F. W. Reinhardt. of
t >, 11."dl-IlUrch! I Sell' Prnteclion pastor Rue Kndymlon>J!, l'.II..r.ln, to Bnars.Huuwody : .
the German-Lutheran church will ,It ('0 erf Boston Shoe Store Shoes .rfI'OITI.MC.
i',1' Wharf! at f:1.t : i dt.uland.; that you he ou the alert to Nor Noreg, 1r.I\I. Kjornsen, to order -.

'. C'nrwill bp ''see that you get Painkiller ( Perry otlici Ue. K4KKSHus

D.I vi.;') when you a-k for it; some Au-tralni, III:!. t'R \'r.ton. to order .
i >-turn of the boat. : I The wedding will be strictly private '
Nor ,
I dealers will try and persuade you to 1 AMeuiore Hut Han>>ento order

; r at ;7Jlu standard take omethiug else claimed to be I only relatives of both parties I to Nor W :it.'tauderLawrencelh2Haatersen<11\\: ...r.\ l'o ; The eye is siti-fied; with the style anti finish : the fuut i- (tl-li. .1 will!, Ut.

: Nor Klieser71.. Johnson to order I II perfect fit and absolute comfort the pure i- -atl-liHi Wit' ,i fur
.
and will sK at Pain-killer having been favored with invitations. ;
Nor M aro, Imt Nielsen, to orderNor
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six that will! better
limn Magna.lit4Laren.oSNLCoI price for superior e* give rti.-
: aud Betting the world's family doctor for iiI) .
j : Nor Noriienk-Jold, NeiUen, to Kr J I than those purcha-ed fol- wher..
.. tomorrow. There years ; it never fails to stop diarrNi-a, Schrejer
i The couple will begin hou-ekeep- or'tlunbl'RIII.. ............
it. it !'':-Vi this morning i i griping pains in the stoui ich or bowel 'tI. Andersen to orderTHE I II - ----

at I ;. dysentery, etc. Large bottle 23 ; ing at once occupying the cozy
.t r will! come again; I

Tomorrow high water and 30 cents. cottage on Tarragona: near llomana FARM HAND'S IDEA. I BOSTON SHOE STORE

,i. nil and III:iii; p. m. II street. ,
:; RATHBONE SISTERS. City folks are golf to the mountains and i
t Tomorrow night at that place a the s is.i I II
t NATHAN (;, I'( ) IMMMK, I'topriti'l.
For think that been workln1
they they've
blotches bad com-
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I
I 1 reception will be held and thetare and had ought to have some ease;
i I. -;ir< ip nlli i N the Magnolia Temple No. 4. Hithbone' number who have received They're t-huttln their tine houses, and I Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street,
they> huntin other v-enes
.k'it hatablMied HMer, regular meeting Friday I ;

| afternoon, \ug. t-th, at 2:30 o'clock. I invitations to be preentand participate Some or folks shat don't bein'know tired when m..an they're lucky I '11111
;
NAVAL MAttlMl.Reported S.THOS \
A full attendance! re lue"ted. Important will doubtless attend and havea _
.1NU n.CE1' They've merely bt-en a- pttin' down at' 'I sl'ltf-'' I\rHIN: :
.1 I business.MK happy tim. desks day after day Dally for The New by 1I'INIti1IH1V1.

t 1I.I'FFTHl'HH.YI. : J. C. WILLIAMS, J 1 While some other folks was busy hoeln' : Union Naval Stores Co
I Hathiu ill the w.irinul/
AT-! H :tt, .\\D I Ji i l corn or pltchln' hay; I .. I wit'-r--
\I\ : i
> I )IR-;. EDITH t Hl'E\'ER. M. JC.. tftrr the Shooting.Police post: conceeded tl, be the flue-t in the
1'h"y'hrt'n leanm' counters In the I
over _. .. .. .... ..
.
.MX H":1TIAT | 1 ww._ 1855; ri .flvoWI world. Everything for
00 |
M. R. C. Captain-So you shot the dog. shade up there in townI plea"urf with
.. -, : Al'T1 I + Instead of hoein' taters where the sun's _.?..... .... 8 4"' .. ._ ....__.. J :9' safety. Good board
1 r. :! CENT: Was he mn-t? I allillollclug. by
I I I'j a-boilm' down. I V__ ..." _..8 ;J'' U.K ..._ _.... .....I'a the day or wef k. I.unchtouprurupf-

II i! GLEAMS OF HUMOR. Officer tronn-o{ sor, but th letlJy S I.. _. ..... ....._._ 2515 ... ... I :'II ly served at all h wr-, day or night

I thot owned him was-Detroit Tree ':i Laws: If I lltr.1 in the city. 'monest the K.._. .._ ..... ..m_' 24 a I) ........ ._._ ii:; t'UAKLh-. Ill Inu\i.:

I -- 1 J'paca things to see up th"r.IakU I..__ .._........... 00'" I ',d. t bllow..no 1 ,toCPI&ITs 2m-tf :\lanagi r.CA.9TUFLIIL .
: NEGRO ioulr 'M-iiilillnlloiiM Thatlll 'h = ,; :\ money l>y the bushel) and with .
TCBPINT15I-4 !l.;
l H.-tclX.-ii true l,. trr. of \\it. I (08Ih10'5' to wear
SHERIFF'S SALE. : You can lt nol,,Hl'd catch me pnckln' .
1'.uieaeo-Ito you Py virtue of an execution iu>-d out of I up to go away.Pome ; I ittt1DSe old here.O. I 9..antt. + 1)Ns.e)5.f. iIoI t,4Beea
FIGHTERS FINED i\I evr *
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Louijcrtl I *'' : the Circuit Court of Ktcatnbia County. folks rton t kno''hpn they'relucky ; $ price "are
I'atruoNot: if you refer t<. the janitors -i I loriila, a herein A.M. le Win is plnmtlrT an,) that all I got to ray ) M. Pryor's Furniture I #!t.-, '.
| and Tony Uibu- is defendant, 1 hate levied i 1 Chicago HecordHerald.Bol.hyYou're :;tnrp. I U'I
dart.l"iiiI'tve. _
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upon und milell.. In front of the Court

d.i ,'I ..\.k-d: .1 quarrel I' you seen the automobile i I county Hou,.. door and state in tbe, on City Monday of 1'ensacola, tlie first. in ala day lie "..... OA.STOrt.lA. I i I 1 "''It 11Itor.", /.

I' of September.1.':!. during: tb..It181 hours of Bean the 1"e t 'd Y'j Ha'e 1'AdS !.il' ''II I I \ ORidl1\\ t
.' r :M-nidiy IllUruiu'rp..t I hair yctVJillNo I -ile, to the highest bidder for cab tbe fol r-=-. I : t"I'H\OH'r''
stanils ,1"'IIlUre described property, to-alu 8:
; I $uppo>i- It up giarde ;1.p.
-i in! }1t) ::ill re- 1 Iweiity t'tra;;:Lt. corner of a certain parcel of land de-cnhed of Fishi n 2 tackle ofull kilUly
"- .11 the ann. which in a ded made by C C. \ one, \r.: ana a if' ,

btr for him to come hurdl-pI{'S ho lie: about the fl-h lu to- \V follows'in. Plotts: onimvncing, on Tth day ol at January a point, four 1"1 .T.a I I I V Lay the dust. You can burj and good craft nets at the

.attl.i V Mi chums oulh of H. \V corner of Itibbou \ hose J
at the Willis Willis
garden llardwacr
'i 1 t,,djy.i "thallo; only about the ones lie I! lot tbence north five t"n degree": 11..1 bl > Cos.
1N I
compa; four 11 chain* to lnlil on> outli- al Hardware Co.At
before the nuyormil doe u'titch.. l west corner thence lame bearing ten i lu> e .
I chains toGibbuna' o rth"1 corner, tbence
after 'i multif ', anioK-! three-quarters of a cbaln to Plcknl'I \'- '
'riJl""lIlot'ak- *
:Mr. ( "rt. an
.. t..n For the : LAKEVIEW DAIRY.
{ outl) <> t corner thenceHTlle cour.e next
evidence wa heard I in the IMIIHF abut jour new Uyhttaers 1 dm cbin to Picknev'n norlbwent corner Almost t C CGSt t BU iay*-furniture
111'1'1' i thence samecour-rt to a point thirtyruei (>
--M llaof flU intuuouy i thrl' -Iuurtn- 1: ii.11) chainfrom etart1 at I I'lioNi
: III.
i Mr. t'-im"onht'ak-YolI'rt' Jokins.l. ; 1 inK point, thence south <5 west twesuvi M. Pryor's to nuke room for new
It's headed rlitht and MXty-tbrex one-hundredths stock.:
\\ ( I tlniiitfht it was. I --
I i I.'";;) chains to a stake, thence south:
:, was real : 'Mach la LittleI' .' vH-t thirty-five and three.fourths I.15.1 I'I i
.1 cmin> to a stake, thence north "i- entl i Get Qur Summer Prices on the
..eiit -euht and sixty-three on'-hundredth.l'ttt -
>
witndecribin In I'' "Now. rjy boy aid the teacher ) chains to point of beginning : wLat they call a lady CONCERT AND I>A'l'ET Best Milk in
the
II ," dramatic tfect how "" !l1'U tht-n 1 N to" be a ctorni what i; all of said Urant land 1,}inland township beius two lu i-1'tne oouth.I l>ominnuei -, ,I; killer aren't you Mr Sissy? MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY I City.

dos the t'ailr do? tblrtt ,:911 *..n. Mr. S.s: < NIGHT. TRAINS tIMilJA\D Our Stock
:rcleared out of the range! y Il'OmIlal't'ntJy-Ah, d'ye' liarOnly Pure Water t..
"1Ie takes in ail, mat am. I raid property being It'vlydonas the property I
think so. Ha why? IJrlnk.0 Stagnant .'.,
of tbe said Tony Uibbs. 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS! AT U within
,
I ; which! the li.'htiui "That's correct. Now, why does betake UEOK'.C: K. SMITH.fherttT "You ml\.-t In- Sister Ethel Mid that 11:50. TICKETS 25 CJ-: TrAT I Two Mlles of Our Dairy I H,' ci.I
m the sallV""iik I : of Kscainbia count, lotlda.Sljyoa Priceito MotuN! .
after and Uc
.. i''' you left last night she nearly died DEPOT. I tiurafit.
> It ou't tret wet, ma'am. j laughing" l ll __ .. h __

w nwh. hi- own home I I almost coat forth- < I R. M. AVERY
'roll again-t lot of l'ati'uctLlile :Miss Fussaiifeatherwa MOX1CK. netrlhodon. I fJ jECCItnPe w day to make Prop.

J w"'rry. Nobody can: at an 'xhi1>itilln of paintings the,I "How did you Kit along while you j\ m for new tock.

: and the rent day ha other day she says she came ta mir NUTJ"E-l hate fold III-. undivided half was to town:" asked :Mrs. CorntocseL i O. )f. Pryor. I
.r !L nu. the really in snoPI11ur.?, material.etc.. VIRGINIA COLLECE
It'-ea-y to in
own I
: ror. and while looking at N>t 1" East uarden street.tu Mr. John L. "Fine. answered her hu!'band. ,
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\\. '" -a d iy. Tlios. C. tblJuLt:: it was a painting. iCreary ..ho wIth Jd r. Spitzer. will contlllt' "Buy any gold bricks?" -- i t'ur'Ol'. G I.1.Ult. Kojiiii.kr. V.

".on dC Co. can tell you how I Tatrio1-\\\ll she was looking atsomethini the business in the crm name of puier to the* "No; but I sold them tough chickensand <.'Juav NOTICEM_ tp" nsitpt 111a'! urn of the 1..1IftC
Labilities
tall and see them. Crearv who a *ume I i'lCllooll fu'uI1UII Lathn,
it.- is.utL
: pantitl. very likely.-YonStateMiiaa. amount cf.ii7in'. All other liabrlitirsbarebeen them last year's packed eggs and :, ---- New buildliK* piBuiw all .
paid. All accounts of the old arm of F.K the captain owners .. .qull'm.a.
I leers a few other choice Campus tea crn brand muuatala .
bargains.S'hen Ic.ae
s MAl.f : a- :i marvelous t.p.tierA Kirkpatrick* payable to ?pitrer&Crrary. .SF.lTH; : of the Nor rrto VallTo4... Uin. l fur L...lirop II'
N' llr 1 trust that the public will them city jK' )j.le comes to count up I! Kli>>t>er will be r&- ..n and Amvrran Irachcu. t all ,oorep
I' refreshing and ,
of Furni the same liberal patronage to thenew i for Gtbt. contracted
kind
continue I reckon thej'll be admit Conservatoryalvantaae.o. \f )t uoac sad
ready to
Ii... it help; a imila- I rl1CEtsAll at nearly cost, firma- has beenbeslowedupontheoid. by the crew of said T"'I,,I. P'!OClluon. Muitroii from ..nw ..,.,...
fit I These gentlemen are beta good mI'Cb"nu'lbl that the worm has turnl>d.-Wasl U. JOHSSO: r or eatalcIUfLl&Afd,...
..
"I I make room f'>i work as In the I To order
llbyNNHEIEK \\ ) can do as good any tog on Star. Captain. MATTlh; f- HAKKIl.7 *. 1"1
L. K. Kuk alrck.! ia3t 4.uu
i-outh. :
\ BRO". new stock. I Waook'. S a.





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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1902


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FOR THE CHILDREN FOR THE HOUSEWIFE MISS IDA M. SNYDER


I'attluK Away Clotbri.
The Stor of Dlovaom.Winky M'sAfter PiliSi
: -Wee had been isitlng at beauntie's. I The question is often asked Which Treasurer of the Brooklyn East End Art ClubffiXSTRt'AL

lis the better time to clean house, sprIng Ii
Ilt
Mamma and papa were
i or fall? I should advise spring clpnn-
the depot to meet Ler. and as soon as eating, persons of a billons habit I Loses and drawers irregu to their ht.ii'
All closets,
ing.
they kissed htr and hugged htr man will! derive great benefit by taking ODe [ gener hAVe mw *-.,.
what'sIn of these pills. If you have been should be thoroughly: cleaned and the j ,!! ; mothers and i. ,

ua asked. "Why, Winky-Wcc, !DRINKING TOO MUCH houM from garret to cellar be swept a : crow if ttu-y w.,u.J ..>ebias.

the basket?" and dusted, says the LaduV Home i With the vitality at a ligtott la the acina .

".\ kitty mamma-the dearest, sweet: they will promptly relieve the nausea, Journal. This treatment will dislodge low ebb the blood weakened otwrvj'ig r

cst white kitty you ever saw. Its SICK HEADACHE__ any! dormant injects or their ('?g I' the digestion disordered 4e'' would find t! ,. .

name Is Blossom." and nervousness which follows restore : Early the cloth moth begins to make she goes about pale- prucnptiocs j,.
the appetite a n d remove gloomy feelings ; I faced, hollow -eye-l and hag- the moray cure
When Winky-Wee sat down in the its appearance depositing its eggs In
I elegantly sugar coated. I card, a piteous contrast to credit for.
street car of course she had to Lave Take No Substitute. furs and all kinds of woolen materials the blooming health of "In (OOiul.l! "
i and often in crevices in doors, closets .,
her basket Pretty soon a baby meow her former self. But over MwHsxsadrr. droggtsthealtt: ..
and l>oxe&. It always seeks quiet, dart: 1,000Oth3womenhavefound( ( Wine of Carp .
from the basket.
came Probably Had a Rich Wife. I places. Closets drawers and Loses health again by taking Wine of Cardui. ford' Black-Draught, old .

"Hush, r.lossora, dear, said Wiuky : Joseph Jefferson asked by one of hIs i should be well cleaned. Take-.!pecla! As a regulator of tLe menstrual period and hiv every reason to tWine

A *' ;f to' > : ,1 for j-ovcrnin? or Wee. "We're going; home to such a : little friends to hear him recite his lesson pains to clean thoroughly eaoircracli of Cardui has never been known a new Ue opened up t j me .

K a;; t;., 11 w of "mo-u's nicnse beautiful house where there's a doll's to fail. It has seldom failed to restore health aad it ocly took tiir,. .
I in ancient history, put this ques- and groove. Bur at the drugget's: a "
.'. i 01, ur -jf.. o in e' i-ry lunar month house and a cow bossy that plus I'uchlow'I perfect health, even in the most persistent cure me.
i few of the oil of red cedar
lion: ounces
; of weakness.
white milk and cellar full of and a !trravated: case You may tfcart th.MisjSnjd'r. .- *v
a :
BRADFIELD'SFemale : } I "Who was Atlas?" With a mall brush such as artists u!:t Miss Ida M. Snyder of No. 535 Her- if }",>ut4 ... Vas '

mOU iCS. Think of that: giant who was supposed to sup- apply the oil of cedar to all cracks androo'l's Brooklyn, N. Y.: has u M she u.,k it n.I':

Regulatorla. "Meow:" cried Blossom angrily; then I'I"\ the: worhI." answered the child. I in boxes and drawers and to Wine of Cardui and she says it helped Draught u tie compau u
i
she put out one little IanuJ beforeanybc"ly "0 It, he supported the world, die the tops of doors and baseboard in her into a new life. Health to Miss Wine of Cardui tad 1 it u a

Ut c-i '.t. i: >,'i.il.tv of jiuwerful herb : could say Jack loLlusolI she he?" I closets; also around the edges of the Snyder is worth a great deal.: She:: it bowel r-iriLitur which a,-
it.. HI '-.i < t t- ..l.f1'.e Inst adaptt.1t another little then oucame attractive woman with inUl-
+s I I put out paw "Yes. sir." floor Use little of the oil. Then an young in elf. If
. very dung a cur y j
f. : : h Itt'lJra.htll.; allllI.I.tIn I: the whole )kitten and she jumprtawaj ctual attainments and she occupies
'i Ji --i .: it it Is alw.ivs I'r"Iotr1); it "Wc-lL \\ ho supported Atlas?" I must not be enough to soil anything the position of Treasurer; of the Brooklyn ine-hunes aooordic? to J.r
out of the car-- was an open
,- ':,.. itt .?. t.ken into the !> '-hm. i The little fellow was nonplused for a which comes in contact with the treated East End Art Club. This position reiitf and cure is simpl .-

'-I t : ;MJ-S: -.iijij; .r. ":'.a, jiitufulorc.Uic I t'iir-aloI when the niotorman f'toPlot'JI'll i moment but after a little thought said: I surface. This treatment will make marks: her as a person of intellect, culture l. are cured quickly and i>t i..'rl .

If! .:au>d the dixasa la r

art .; n :i .1! ..nl I (..ir", l tV the rtguLt I I even the tip of lo-Mun's! white tail to wife."-New York Times.AoiiKrt'sH some time, coca when in constant ue II of the respect: and trust her fellow Rem! '!rlbcr! LOT airs ?r .r'

tie d'h"., ll'n..r eittmen..g-nue. : Le seen. 110WVinkyVee did cry and if closiM at once the contents will] : women Lave in her. She writes t .,f Cardui a!.d I Iu: I I.. a..
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t \1 1 -' ; .t' :.. or perio Popular. lie jierfectly! safe through the summer "If women pay
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ii >-'' air.I U ug down of cells l.ninsfthi ;; L.a l.l.the\ cried till sl.c'nt
empty I and tall All articles! should be thoroughly ,
Beagles reckon sun is develop.
u i r 1":: t iiie ami a m:oustruotjo: i uij
I to bed. She di-1 not even want to plllY; '.
ti i v-" .kinswhuh IS ..cconipji I! Ing into a humorist lie's all the time ; lrul.C'tl.hall'Il and aired, U A '
with! Jessie, her doll! or look at Ol'dol's II'II'I \ .,T
'. r, <1..1 ci'Dxe>tion and losso.IfI ;I I getting off funny thin-; : fore beiag returned! to closets or <.Ira\\,1 i WINE of CARD :
and stroke the little
: house or go \Vin-
1 :-I I h.mes are cry apt to pro.itarrh Jennings So? ers. 1'rom time to time through the t
iabilt\ !
I'.: ( I..uo.rrhea oi r I
Ilqltrl's. This morning he asked sprint: and summer put a fl'.Irops
., :' result of theceirntatngui-: One mornm! ,; nearly a week cfter.
: me if the house of lepreseutathes was of oil of cedar on little wads of cotton! ,
I < kt; ulator ("lr.'S thuse trouble I ward pupa went to the back drotaily
1i: .r. toll < If,,( h.'.ilth the ratlc:11J1 in tho morning and called: : called the Kipular branch of congressou I and planthem in closets which an THE NEW GROCERY STORE

; Rh,. .1. t : tb': clt'b.tatHl: ; lu""s. : nlWl'lcomc heniju'ik : account of the members being: K In constant use, being t.intul not to ; _
"Winky-Wee, \\ ,
<4 i! !'' _','- j: m pt.r l..ttle. I ; : highly respected bj the people of the I{, let the 'nlt-d cotton come in contact o_ = = = _' _'= -- -- -
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1 : .r i'. .-;. .a 1.-: mined:: free, her : country.-Boston Evening Transcript. i iI ; with clothing or other articles. i
She came running! ; downstairs in : iI
Ii "Hrrffit Heath for Women. I WILL MOVER
little nightie!; end she screamed will I
IMC B..DFELO: RICLLAIOH co., Atunu GI delht.! for there on the fence sat I Ilapi>iuv*.. Prrlls and vefal.

"Would you" asked the millionaire's One of the cleverest conceits for i Keeps a Complete First-Class
: I'.loom; not the snow white fat Bios Up-to-Date Stack:
; daughter: "marry a girl with red hair?" holding twine Is the one representedhere.
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I I !son she lot but 11 raggedy dirty, thin t
LONDON STRETS ANIMATED' I r.iossorn, with a scratched nose and n "No," replied the poor young man, Cut two lengths of nrt linen in of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries

I "for my heart is possessed' by one with I any shade 13 inches Ions: 3'i Inches
1 : bitten ,':Ir.nd she never ran sway I No 30 W. Covernment St. Salisbury Block.
Near Approach of the Coronation i I again, but grew up Into the loveliest: rich auburn tresses. Will you be I I wl.l.rran e each end In a point; ,

'j' Crowd. Thoroughfare I' plumpest snowiest kitty in town.- I mine?"- bind the edges with satin ribbon. Any : TKLKPIIONK: :I::.,

_' i.. n
on use etreHs la one of the !I sobbed for joy.-Chicago Hecord-IIer- the sides or a little kitten that loves

*arpft!! ''.j.a* of clo approach cl nnne aid. ., I ICE AND WOOD.
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the rornj.at'on: says a London. (Jls' !! of for play."What !
A group bays gather i
I tlltdl to The Tribune! Plccadllljnl I shall we play'n "I had diabetes in its worst form '' WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L.' HflEP. TK.'
i writes : Marion Lee of Dunreath,
Pall!! Val are again filled wIth "Kocklty bang: ," exclaims one of the Ind. "I tried tizht physicians with- THIS SUMMER THAN KVE i KFt HF

i" Laude"!If' t-qul.u.-e. W! tt'hall Uwatching l.i'N. "My: rink one." out relief. Only three bottles of Fole's -

i ,'r"t.1 W:'!. rt4htseerh the "My rock two:" cries another."My Kidney Cure made me a well : SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW.

f J .ail of II... !,-t-corator, rarpenttrs an' : rock three! "My four!" "M.i iruii." W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 S.
'
'.awe.. ? -. ..nnK Itar;;. metals an] : five:" and so on call other in quiet! Olsen

Isn.d'I,. .. ,v Io. for the first tIme ;ii'.cct >i"n. The last to call nm-t be the Thompson, c.C'J..

II. .. 1 '1 i.-4an holy Jui. day when I rare who guards the cattle, said castle Pabfox.TAPE
.' J Manrcsa Street Telephone J : ;.
1. : .n. 'l'lwdi; \\ fort> VH.ral'z"d : !"'lu: a larse rock or fence upon wLicl ,

''t .. I., I of a postponement OJ: thcu'I'.1cestheto\\'r.a! r<*-l U.it It-a-i s ,-

11" f. "'I 1 1, as large; as c good sized! 1'lOwlai; ESTABLISHED 1802

:>. ,II 0'1 '1!atom have l"cn toctenlVf ,I Ogro cries "Ban;:" and the b! .v!. n. WORMS"A ', }

"i ,. prisesand the standir I turn fiing stouts at the towtr. and !h. r.1

t 1 illn, I : "ute of the procession i starts eq tt (once the 1-oys ill I! fi, >w tape worm eighteen feet long alteistearLcOn r k kII McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
the ecu.e slur ir.y takiL two
... ., .. I "' A !large forte of work I ii.g IM swift pur>uir. If b\' CIl.I.,1 ht l'A AKETs Th'.q 1 am sure has caused my I n MALIK* Ifi -- -- a

:, : > :nolo'ed l In replacing the. I (the IM> 'I can pick up the mis'le w >.a-' ta,1 bea.th tar the past three :years I am mil
; tilur Casearets: the or.ly cattartiC worthy: ol
,', '' l.iiiM.f! threw I Ii,' ia free. If <"tugi.t. L"Ite
or.I I.amir.s. and the roiui. : IIOI.e by II IN'I.I" Ship Chandlery and General flarduisra
I .!'i I..r i. .. .
h..II.11 t ',nlliatt In ease all the lhrow' "s. nuns eos ANn .
ti !'ftct or rolor at CANDY 605 A l'AI.\KJI NTItKKT J

t-4 ', n.: I I"'a! !. 'lure will not be repro ; the ogre maj cati-h! any .'Ih'It' then, IIhi' CATHARTIC ............--.- A.GENO'Y ,

- .1 i' d 1 I.:.. rrvironm of the I can Wbomeur tin egreitihe. <
aatm REVERE
COPPER COMPANY
JOHN
must tj.ke the ogre's place, lord ogr KOKBLINO is 1"01\,$ ,
i
: .' 'lr'll i by polire barricades GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUhbEL A rN S PI Miiiui : '
takes the captive's missile!! and bangsat
I
) for \\1: !t. i "w. J* then co decorative THE TWL"E UOLDEI
I. I' hen.. Les It l'n t'ri-l'Ij the tow er. rAOS Mesa alallRat3 >i Ecrdtgi Filiti 911s Itotieil liitnnioti, harts, Intiri' Ills
I I The lad who hits the tower and se to play with a string. Make an eyelet I
.
. { COMPASSK8. ETC
curt l.is own rock the largest numboi hole: through the bottom of the box
KING GOES TO LONDON. C. McKenzie Oertiusc Collecting A ent for lUr I'u"t- n. i ,*. .
of tinier during: ; the game wins Lrsl for the string; to Ias. throu h. Overhand ciation.
Plea! "eot. Palatable Potect'Faete Good Do
I i place Sometimes t'ae lojs choose ui Guwl lever irteu. Weaken 0 ripe. lOc :2;,ciua. the sides carefully together and

Special Tram Takes Him From Ports i and make it u contest of sides. Theo ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... thus k(t-p the ball! Intact. Finish with

mojth to Capital. I rocklty! bang Ux-omes a real tug: of war 6..rllAtr k..,+; (wur,CUeu..........1.S.- Tui. !U satin bow and ends to hang by. I

tin> : AUjit. t,.-The I IlIon..C The Star
royal .
yacht cor.Cict equal li stress to baseball 01golf. 10.TO.BAC ildanikTaran'eedbT al drult' Laundry
+ Vl Mr-a :11"<: All.,rt. with King 1lwarJ i The toy who (lends for the day ruts toll 111.Tobacco UaWUmm )' Vaccine' I ,

!3 oIn .Mr'l I. ft COUPS at 1)01:: this n( : wears home the budge of victory, and "Doctor," said the wild eyed young I

: .'rno, -. : r p.irt.moutii. Thp Larlxntatloti to lead the score for the week or month man. "m} wife is a kleptomaniac. Do I Biggest Busiest Best :

at i i'ort.mouth \\ as -.,'a<*ho( : becomes a mttter of highest honor 'you think you can do anything for ,

t */lolfl.Ito'r i: clock. A special I I mum I her' ,

1 -aln D''oi.iev his majestyto I.indu: Getting Hid of M Boy. ""Well we might try vaccination," !I An }:"'lIill ( all on

'. awaited IN I I arrival at Portsmouth i A head master of Harrow had a way UuJ of ail date replied the young; lIctur. "i'ou know
tiw matt
fh', Maladit litarin his of getting rid 4Jf arl that keeps people from taking: things." :
,; the Kliii : especially own c r .tom ,f6 Your Swi'll I Trii" i ii. '

\ wan rnur.r alcnssidtUie d.->rk yard i little boys whom he ln\ited to break cuts. Philadelphia Kecord. i ii t.

l.-tty ai I'l-r.iaiouth Two Japanese: I fast. IOU know little boys have Ii i I \ tR Y II W. i iI l "I 1 1i ,I .i Lt. 1&

wars: n-nd aliitei.! and were fox peculiar habit of becoming ircomeulentlj m I'ulllrlI'nt.. l .
,
liirraEti 1 Aid I i" 1\.1 if \"'i ai "- M ,
I )"ft'.1 h', .t.i :he 0lUrnlhionh1 chills.o I glued to si chair. The hospitable ruu; i P.igs-ls \\ iudig a man whose word .

the !In or The king! was official "head" would quietly go up to tIle one can dt'p"IIJ1oOn! ? I{J I' t tr-.J tn I y..ur l'! i '

f; 'y ft'I't..r; ,t the landing place by AiR youngster, who was perhaps In the refunded. Contain Digzs-Well. I wouldn't fare to say'anything ..bl. .\ w..rult'. .

t .--lira S:r Charim Prwierlck Holdhan middle of another muffin, and say very or monif : against him but In the language I J alw ..yjuttfff a n..ttw..

and with paternal kindness, remedlei recognized emi of the poet It might be safe to I .
.
t. a.t t'r.r'al! Sir! HaVe Creed Russell f ei:tly 'ty Him '" in tl... rCl\i.IIj: ,
: ".\lJIi must you really go?" The little the oat 'foi remark that to him "truth is stranger I
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A slam honor was mounted on the nent physicians u ." y uiid liM- nib, I-1 ;i'
went.-Strand XIagazine. that tictkm -Chicago News.
dock ja! ': )It 'IY ,: boy! invariably VJ 4i.y and Bladder trouble ;. 'P j) 4 \ o 1I'ltr..J with t>fiutyc.llur x' .

u, l lihd rut!. t t.
PRICE .. 4..f II.IrNW lie Unit pet>alatrd. jvui -

,?: Coronation Ceremony Rehearsal Didn't Like That hind of Crackrrx A. D'ALEMBERTE. : Lucas-Did jouse eter speculate on SV? iL"i = ri tl." ''ur I. iun.iiA.LL '.

I.im!.>", \\\t 1.-. The first r hat'rulor ; It was the Fourth of July. A little! I Wall street?
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the ( iT'-tanon: rMt-mony wag held! I miss was told to take her afternoon : Timothy-Ve<; I uster stand around

t; (in Wi'r.lmIJf'1: ablify toda). The : nap. and then she should get!, up and the Stock exchange an' wonder where I WORK C. 0. D. Goods Caiiei for at t..i: .

; .artkq.I'Io i | IDt't:
actors in the! ceremony satthtir ma Awarded at Tarts tat(' Journal. I TELEPHONE J II.. 27 GARDEN ST

t, 1H1t1"1 TLe Sloes: oonipauj of th ers.Pretty soon a heavy thunder shower ,

GrtU 1'i-or: guilds was posted at the came on, and Aunt Mary went up tuI < llnirl)' "'arnln!;. I II WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.

abbe) a-'it \ and the peers and peer I see if Miss Ilachel l was frightened: I I ..
.
rwt:: .:..! th' ri'\dl pages all aafunvcthi Evidently she was, for she called out auiNAlAROCHEWINE I' TIME TABLE.

ir rob, (. ih th,- dressing room in the at once."Aunt: i

oneT':',. gorgeous coronation ('art't Mary I don't wart: to hear I
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD
CORDIAL
:
tlr'crackers--U.lylanJ.
p 31'la- .t. :.s were uncovered and any more IN KrKtOT ,
i DfcCKMKKK t l'lnT
Highest recommendations for curt of Poorness ,
tho ;'to. ron: and the entire i _
ceremony t! Blood. SioT.ich troubles and Gcnenl Dct I
i exi tpt the ancointini were gone! Acrcxn J'I..rlnK Strnlt. '> Incrttses the appetite, strcnibei I New__Orleans_ and Mobile.
throu and builds up tie entire system.
proceeding laste .
f < No.e. .. ..
{ fi rue llrnuotPARIS I !Ioo. No.t. =""
I &11 hour and! a half. 'i Alaska: returned home a short time LISA: UI\m'' 11:1(1 p Leave I'.n..coll.rrly.. tu. a '

ago: from a trip of scientific investlgi; I 5:5'; R :!::!7 p 1i I Lpn" tlomaton I....., : N, a
f of ice three F. Faucrra A Co.K ) a e:2:! p I 2x5 a Leave Nobtle v.n 1. I L '
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE. tiou. Standing! on a piece <-nt.t. 111:1) __ ':2"ip 7Sa I Ixev.rr flrl""D" I.,... ap ..
miles from the shore at Cape Prince o:f -
I
1' Will cur BrL ht's Iiea-e. : Wales, Judge Wickersham could loo!; North.

i Will cure Diabetes across the Bering strait nnd view th P, I I
J Will cure Stone in Bladder. N o. 2. y o. .. I o IIlo
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continent of Asia. The Beer p m 1:15 pm I Leave. Pentacols 'rrln I I Pili'I
Will cur Kidn v :uidIi. Hl.1djH t
I I ,:15. m 11\: p m ArraYton'om..r, _I.rav. U :' a m
\ ."a-e--W. A. D'Aletnberte, 121 - --- Old Katfetop, stop, Uodent: Don't 11:59 am 9aNpm Arrive.Httmtngb.m..l.-a.l e .aam

r*. Pahfox.There's I you know that is the paste that kills?- 7:05pm 3:101: m Arran... ., ...,. I
A PHYSICIAN HEALED.Dr. That 2t a m 5:19 a m ArrlYtt. Louisville La-at. .' P of7a1am
o Made@ Chicago American. 11:511 m Arrl\'@ .l'IO'llInaU lxsre a '. IIIi
O.A.BTO =b. Oeo. }:win;, a practicing! phy, I j::) a m ; l p m Arrive Nt. ;U p mPENSACOLA

Evan h. }'a K.d Y)6 Mlle !:'U'B.r3I -ician of :Smith's Grove. Ky.. fo Light Prrannrr. i AND iVEU: ON

1 I '{cater, '. tf over thirty year*, write* hipersona D ANHH lmn rAM U S I Perhaps the most Interesting single I So. 21-Dall No. 8-l.Ially So stop wbcre UBle not ebo.o iso. I-I'. y _a!

., (/ : experience with Foley's Kidney achievement of the year 1001 was the
I 1155 Tt)) m Lene ""11.01. ..Arrl"' I s, Pili'
experimental proof that light exerts pm a
Cure For I had been greatly a ..
: year TO ,
1::15 nlgbt 71 ohemia "i i I. .R
1 bothered with and bladdel r ISVICTORIA mechanical The fact had h .. .... ..
Ion ol money to be made a I kidney : pressure. 11:11) 7:111": 01.U. .. I I') .
TO ..... .. ..
In real e..tate-I lots of it. A real es trouble and enlarged pro trat "
i 1R3 7:5": 31ulat "I.J ::II
3 Ute sign: i is usually a flner-board to I gland. I ued everything known tithe I pure theory It wag verified by experiment 12:87: 7N":: .- .... Harp .. 19 tIi2s
wealth. Thos. C. Watson &:; profei3u without relief until ] both In Europe and America. The : ) 7:11I": : ...t.a City... te.ie
" the Real Estate commenced to ue Foley's Kid ne L:5i; "' 7:111 .. ._.. Milton ,_ Is &JI
Co., leading firm bottles jI I MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. pressure oa a square meter Is four- :$} am..... .....Good Raolt ..._ .
hay some offers which it would I Cure. After taking three tenths of 3 milligram for tM It 9 15 ._...._. Holes .. __. i a1 '
be worth year while consider. O< was: entirely relieved and cured. ]I BEST 1O-CENT MOTILE BEER absolutely 2:11): 'I.oJ" u ...._ )fll1ll1ao: __._ ..
in black bodies and double that for perfect 2i TO 81j.oj" CrIUYI'___ eat '
and see them today and don't war prescribe it now daily niy practice
e IN TOWS.'DA.NNHEIBBER. u .1.I Land _. .
1 and heartily recommend its us> reflectors. 6:01: 5 I M" ur .M .
till to-rnorrow. I 8:23 to \\1:10" Mont Head __ .I
to all physicians for such treaties. :] ';03" 2:13 .bet'natak8prlajL I. "

have prescribed it in hundreds o BROS. t:19 [I:" _....__ Argyle __ r... '
Try one of our celebratedII. I with euccesW.. A. r8-$ I:") 8fl7' .Po:!!:. (1. lAoa._ TII'
cases perfect AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED .. ..
1i1)) to l-JI .. ..10\11I. ....._ ':&7'
tj- S. Felt Mattresses D'Alemberte 121 i'. Palaiox. .. .. ,
o I tilH": 11)15< CaryUI .__ T U
I I. f Harper flishy.Main ftla lignatar* U ea ever box of the pimio ti.S3 to U31' ._lIool'-y. .._ I.'f: '
They never pack or Iron e:()) 10:61" .._. tbipl.y ..IT' r.
Seasonable household l Hoase-4018. Palafox: street. LaIative Brorao-Quinine .weu 6:1) 1ItJ1.. Cottoadai.- '.1'
lumpy. Better than a hail the remedy that core a aid ta one d.a.7. 7..) 1It5 .. .....M.rIIDD..-._. e. .' aI
'' : R.R. Erchanje-Opp. Union ... ,.... '
and kitchen utensils at tin Depot I jI\ 11-.5" rec.
mattress at half the price,, .. I -Otani
t' P. O. Box 2sl. I'eueacola: Fla. 7.W ll:3t. Rldllt_ 1.1:1:
I Know One Sure Remedy 7: 1' U:06 noon Mot-ad. I :.1
Willis Hardware Co.'s. Phones
Marston $ Quina. I16-2&5. : I AIrivO.YdrerJ2ncgoa-L.s.. .
I &: obs'cat4 oJ,_ J.'ana is flog-Eaais 8U.M 12:23 s.1




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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA. THURSDAY. AUGUST 7. 1902.

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r HATS AND SERMONS. A DARKY AND A MULE.


Cures All Kinds of An Enitllth MlaUtrr'. Appeal to the The Story of the LarlBff Out of a

Ladles ol JIb Charch. Great Peach Orchard

Kidney and Bladder Troubles A popular preacher whose church Is In the Horse World 'J. H. Hale, the

at a fashionable seaside resort recently greatest peach grower In the world, 1 /1

;Kidney and Bladder Trouble, Rheumatism, made a somewhat remarkable requestto tells of his straggles and successes In I

the women of his congregation from the business. lie gives the following
a all kinds of diseases produced by I
an
I'' I of uric acid. the pulpit, says the London ipress Incident in telling of the laying out of

lie boldly asked them to make a practice his orchard:

of taking off their hats at sermon Trees are cultivated more easily if In for Infants and Children.

HarrisLithia time. "}Iy church," be explained "1s
proper alignment so after the field was
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Catoria i n harmless ulx.tUulo fur Ca tnr Ori. I.injjorio
not built like a theater. Now, if the! ladies plotted I set the surveyor running lines Drops ami s MtliHir Sjrun>. ll in l'lea uit. It

In all kindness and good manners, for the rows of trees. lIe had not been contains neither Opium, jl n'hine nor othtr arotlc

Water remove their hats Curing the performance working long when one of the old plan fooub..tau'tIt destroys Worms and nllu"! IVtt'ri-*..
ctinDiarrhii.i and: AViiul C'uli -. It' rcln'T.-
It
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of a play at a theater, where the tatlon darkies came, hat in hand and
iiijr Tronbh- and cure CUIIotll"tlflla. It r"JIII.U tits
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seats
are gradually raised one above
li recommended by the bn=t physicians all the other, I am sure bearers can said "Cap'ii, I dun reckon it cost a Stomach and IJowels, [giving healthy and n.iliiral "llu'I).
my
'. r the United States. For gale right smart o' money to do it slat way. The ChUdreii's l'amL<'l'a-Thl' 3lotlu-rN Trifiid.
every: have no reasonable objection to doing
Lulu and I can do it a heap sight
x ': :re hipped anywhere. the same here. The Kind You Have Always Bough

"It Is primarily a question of good quicker and I reckon, about as well as

Nothing Can Compare manners It Is very annoying to be dat ar' man wld de machine." On InquIry Bears the Signature of

compelled to dodge between a lady's I found Lulu was his old gray

.1 Linn CARBONATED WATER for table HFC. HAKKW LIIHIA big or little hat to see the preacher. mule. I had my doubts, but at his ear-
EK Ate ii the finest of all alei.
Besides, you know that many people'seyes nest pleading consented that he should

Write for Free Booklets-Fall testimonials of cure*, analyses seem to assist their ears-that is make a trial way down on a corner

i. how: to your physician I to say, they think they can hear loettpr block, where It would not show much.

if they can see. People want to see the Old Henry cut three long straight poles #

Harris Lithia Springs Co., Harris Springs, S. C. IN I minister when he Is preaching, and to from the woods, then some tufts of In Use For Over 30 Years.

i have to dodge about Interferes with the cotton were tied around the tops of the twr..wt.y. t0".... ..t ........ Star., .t1. .. r...
-"'" ) proper understanding of the sermon,
poles to make them white and more .
while for the preacher to see a dodging -=- -
easily soon at a distance The
poleswere

OK TELEPHONE M. W. MARSHALL l'euicola, Fla. his congregation delivery of has a sermon."I a distinct. effect on wanted Just between the length the rows of the so a dif-tance standard / Every Woman

also want the women to have their WING D 6O J'j e, .
of measure was always at band. HOP r & I .5" 5
ban off in order that they may lm \ .. 111A111 MLirbaq prI'
Placing onepole perfectly upright .
on 1 .. . .. ..... !
HORSES. I HUNDRED THOUSAND LOS3. quite at pase Moreo\er it is said that the corner of a block where the first \ .. ,

-- nearly every woman looks best with ., .... ..
row was to stand Lulu was headed for and teairrl ;;7'110. -
Importers 10-
Thirty.Five Buildings Ar. Destroyedby her hat off. To be sure people like to the farthest end of the field, keepingthe IA ........... h I': -:-
;':oiiis to Germany. look their ,. ., T
best which is
Fire. quite proper.But Chinese and If '< *.I.' r. TV *
poles always in sight midway between Japanese .
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-' l r.'j, will be out ns a it all back to the of I M1N111.. .. I', .. -
comes matti .
\Vash.ngton La.. Anjr. 6. her r | t. i J 1. r
-Thirty- hug uprisLt that I.a' "
ears so I ,....t ... k ...>.. I'.a 'fl'
live buildings in the bjsin( M section the greatest good to the greatest num Henry had a "Mht" that made his Fancy Goods, j I, '" '*.. ... I X* )
j .7"'lU' ., .1' l'M
:-'ah'onlc. :::09-j Is of the t. :1r0.: t l III.
town were destroyed by tire ber"I aim true 1 overlooked operators until I
..' yesterday attrrnnon have been told that ladies can put the third! row was nnislHtl: aid then FINE CHINA TEAS.I 1 'K'm tic tin f. Hid" y.. t a

,. a tulle in 2.1S. The on their hats v iti! nnnh celerity and 31 South Palafox St. I
l fire originated in the livery, s'aMe ru"-hfd to stop the surveyor urd: turn
l 1,1.. atisfaction without a looking: glass! in Laundry Oflice. IVnsacoLi.. l
of !soiiri..
A. Meyer: and I spread in a southeasterly the whole job over to Lulu: The work I
HOW owned Lj they instinctively know when they are
direction, destaging the Joy I was absolutely perfwt and now. withmort' I >>:i\f IH-CH ant: "ru>.,1 to- I ,k.nb"crlpUuol'
\, u'ark, X. J. residence on rijiht. For to}' pait I shall rejoice i iI than .ol.tral tretin what 1 I
and am .
store !
bullJir.g th ctThr.qr'tiny ,
J 1 I for Wi". J s r.
I ', 'c-tutu fame hast to view a hatless congregation, and I
n opera house. Carl Wolff's two I often ttllll is the best arrn.td orchard '
etory am sure it will Dot hint tinflower I II Bry.tl' pal'l'r. "Th > ( -.11111'1. i
: : : : James llutkrsto building the UaiUico jrar- America. I give dm ir.tht to the I
;tii;i. the trot I'aloon. JacolPlohnskys I den to be out of new for half an hour Carkv and the mule fiatsin orderly Capsules iresupcnori TIP! pru r i- fl'a' |'''' > if II !
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store and rosidence. to IXilsani/of (
1 : with drugstore in the eau e of Chrit-tianitj.! .pal'-a. I I I'r.r J."It. II. -rIcltl
: :1 23. a quarVilkis. I lank Wiljin with II the trees are pi il.tfd. V.II1I' : Ill'
Claude's grocery.Scrpen's C"bew tnd InjecuA 81'I
I IUf. | IVI II -. I t I. If "!(' I'; 11 1'1 .
saloon Ituht & Olanstrs They 'lire m 48 hi.urs the
"'hirtkr'.l.ated. fl .OHIO 'I I e 'illIUIK ,f.
\ 2IS& by "
:u
) grocery and a number of residences ., I,...,.... 'tll at vly' 'mi' ', ; M M KIM
life
\v : Here, :!C'urdiuto an artist just }
llktro nor, ::: H" returned -
Loss' is about $1ot J,lJtJOj; insurance UOLD Dl'SP."Let .s l' : Sail 0 IH Sit OIlVCfISn 4..1.1'1.. :\ w .
Jl',, by Wlldtr Let, about from 1'aris, is James MaeXe'il -- ---- -- -

.!.1 1M'I y, have Utn I II one-third Whistler's latest: the COLD DUST: turns do )our work."

uy\'r A group of American and Ktidish j
Strike at New THE GARDEN SECTIONFensacpla
Haven.
I s training Ntnai I artists were discussing the manifold

". .?'. for one bolo :aim. New Haven Aug tf.-T he Falrhavea perfections of the late Lord Leighton; '
and \\>=tvil> railroad operating and of the o-O I'-o
!I.1 r.ue-d Force this sea president Royal academy j

\I mis to Me his run reN controlling all trolley traffic local an-j | "J]x'lulsitt' musician. Played the clog

_' ( ; to wagon. uuburlMn. within a radius of 10 mile i''i tin like a professional," said one. I' !Florida

...t Milton 0.. recently of this city. found its .nir* >>YSt9111 i j hOne of the bebt dressed men in Lon j .

'I::nrt? Carrie It, lam practically: tied up this morning as artsult I don," said another. | Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

KJ'i.: and Magioloml ;: <> of a strike of iu 400 cODductoriand :| "Danoe-d, dl\" Iwly." remarked a third. i iI --- -- -

< lion, and motormen. The! men fitmaiid.I 'Ever: read his essaj&V" asked a I mlAtur

it I UiUard.: ":0-l%: changes and reforms Ja methods of[ I fourth. "In my opinion they're the best / teeati.I Beautiful Lots for Sale.

administration The officiate of th a I thing of the kind ever written" I'I'I

company have thus far refused Ojield Whistlor who had remained bilent 40x137 s feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord-

> i...>k it. Meanwhile the tapped the last speaker on the shoulder I I yt
public U walk: II ing to location and surroundings.
;. oli to only l">*n inn. I

aft an interest "Painted too, didn't he?" he said.- '
Exceptionally Good sVeiglcboroo1lle4utIFfu1 \\"teip.
New York Times
Overpowered Guard and Escaped. GOLD DUST
i > hours late Loa High, Dry Fertile 1 (l1lfl.'t,
nworth Kans..An. t; -Fie
wl: cean: anyiliv unatle..Johe ar.d d.ahes.
'.1.\! \ in.- I'd Remarkable Rodin.
Herrou, white. and Rob -rt Johnson, i pots and pans doors and t'I". Itllsi- negro prisoners in the county jail I human: remains recently unearthed from cellar to attic COLD DUST l.ghtcr.s later The grandest opportunity for investment OVOfcffel'cd

? I'rt''s, nt Oir;.'a, iu Egypt; consist of a contin, lessens care.
ottrpouered the uaul: last night anlescaped in Pensacola.
onus steles extending backward our Made only by! THE N K FAIR3ANK! COMPANY
: This morning they entertd Chicago New York Boston S:. Lo-.a.
1,11 < mi' : nt I'MSt N***' > The bullies i iso
nrs
are
the house of Carl Giuch, on a farm 4 yt Makers ct OVAL fAIRY SOAP Home Seekers Should See These Lolll..A. ,
} well piesr\ed to the dnnessof
ytt: I owing
I miles south
of this
nty held -l1t.)1to
'1 ..r I : a of the ntnioi-i'lure in the region, rural to .... "

\. I t.. cot his head and demanded his mon'.I' the iieTfeetion, that not only can the CllllDlOS

I' l"t-tlttl- A young son of Gitsrh carne down hair the nails, the ligaments, be made .

II. Is stairs with a ehoteim and shot If You Have i
-- ClliV'llI an AI! out, but also the musele'S did the |

..11 l.1;I irltrt't'ube."I III-. 11111- Kiilf l Horron John on tied, and bas: Iit'r"',,. In almost tun case tl.t brain Corner Garden anti .'/lca", : btreetv.FC .

iv not nocn captiiret iI",, i. and -
; ; preserved, the iMinuix hasbii'ii
'I: tl ".KI| >'on have

i 'I h jiii..rf<'viluar-' reached in two cast's whore theC'l'S FC WV HKNOWLJrt W K ." } K I: I. > ''>
Soldiers Killed by Cave-In. with the lens in good eondition, RheumatismURICSOL .
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ntirely cloMltilt ; President- Vice rrr"d
tit Lit- taken out Abil and :Morgan D.iiidt-on.: member I.1 a series (>f later prrhistorn praxes --

."!'..I it t<> its normal of tin Path battery field artillery U ranging; throughout the tint fifteen dye the treat tested andendorsed
rU1B First National Bank
will IM* destroyedi 5.A., were killed] at the Presidio b nestles! others ut the eichtiN'tith! :lwlF.t Remedy will cure
I., .nut.! tea are ,, also cures Lner Kidney and
the raving in of a day hank on whica ethers ot the Ptolemaic and early bllldder
which U nothing diseases caused by an excess of
01 I condition of the the} wire ttorkii.; 1. Abilc wa a resident and reeeut Coptic periods. i uric acid. It never fml. and builds op

of Chermalf. Kans., and Davidson -- -- I,I tbe fiend health Stamp and fur ftrergth book of while wonderful ui.ng it certificates OF PENSACOLA. ft A .

I' On Hundred Dollarsf of Pig Crek. K} Crne bjr l.rhbt. ;I,I Price |1 per bottle For pale

l>i.ifiies< (called livc.rnfOt During the Inspection of a new express :i: by drufnt8. If your drupgUt ran nut t :lit: EOTOJl": ,
be endue at Louburg, the KievPoltava supply you it will 1* rent pnpaid upon
on :,
ctirrtl by To Reinforce Haitien Troops. receipt of price. Address WM. H.KNOWLE3. W A. BLOUXT F, C. HKKNf A' 1 X HVKU.Jt.
i iII.rltst
cir-
Curt'11. \ fur line, in Russia an elderly '
Portaii-J irue, Haiti Aug 6.-Othergoeinmcnt D. G. Kit KM.
haxe mounted the footplate and inadertently ;: Urlcsol Chemical Co., Los Angeles.Cal
troop started from
MO., 'lob-do, O. \ get the engine In motion : or ins

L't', 7Jc.; here forces to beaten relalorce at Petit the Coave gO\erLment I Mcssnces were telegraphed along the I lamar & P-nkln Drug Co., Atlanta, 6a. ( 4 muU Ex bn t d 5 1Lji

ffJh's Money ana Tar revolutionist General Slm by, commander th" line( to keep it clear, and eventually the'' Distributing Agents. km 1 { : l : ,
engine to
came a stop; for want of wa- :,

!I t- i rrcn.aaft .sure. No opiefes..I of the department of the south, I ter. The priest went mad with fright. i -- - -- ---

residing!! at Aux Caves, has declared -- ; 'We draw oar own Bills! or Kxcritu: "b fire at nrallill.: Irtla A

mtors II! { fOC !Hll'C Itlii'h Uimseif in favor of General Hrmln Cures Cancer, Blood Poison, Eating I'' Germany, (t'rancsniltrl!\, Italy, Idi'.laud H'ai.i U"lllan. Rill.U Ant
Sores Ulcers, Costs Nothing to Try.Ulood LODG DIRECTOHYKNIGHTS
,'/ we will sell Visits 8t poison and deadly ciucer / way Bweden Denmark aLeS other Korort-gri! er'nhu'as

llurslon.j Jllil/ft. The HIla1Uu S. fl.-Former Pretirtem are the wor-t and ulna. deep.rrat?d I vrVeie Dl. borsed upon .h. foll Iravorable Trnm and |)t.II f

Kiue:,'r, of the Transvaal republic OF PYTBIh.\ Obligations Taken Payable: fU l'or of r> iiiraitcb! 1 .c or Xlfuti. Data
'I. .1 MOCIMY, Attention blood dieaes; on earth, yt the i after Vessel: Arrives! share.
went to Schuenlngen today to >ls-t.It '1 iVnaci hlltgrd.. 3, K of P.
w : be a regular meeting of easiest to cure when Hotanic Blood ,
Fo-nier Pn!>idert Steyn, of the Orange .
/'.. Medical Society aif Balm i.. u-cil.; If you have blue I I nieetjevrr Moadap ereaing dJrSatety Deposit Born for Rent Iu Couneatioa
health otr.r9t P Free State. ts;no m ('s.tie fu;< with which hmn PrUn
ulcer we a Apirtruunt
poison, producing bone pai'is J In the Hlount .. w no- for thaU
i U' -d \y. Au:::. 12 I and -i( -- -------- pimples, uiucuou patens falling Knlld'ni. third floor of Rentors.

v"iciaii8 arc cordIally To My friends luir. itch iu: ,; kin, ,;crofnla.ild rhciiniati -i' t Visiting brethren oordla'r

.:' :d. ,;;m or offensive form of i.ittrrh. welcomed
It i+ with joy I tell you whit Rods I i II A1.1e:
>KV, C. DEM BKKV, 'r.
I srao' and scalesdeadly Ciiiun. at '' H. UORSLKB
Prl' idout. did for me. I win troubled! with uiviKinuch blf.tdinCf't'rill ,, wlluij K.K..tH.
fug, : 'r- ,
: "< I tell for -\'eral mouth I'pe 11 : ;", luuip-, Ilf't-i-tear w;:'rt 01ir. [ WE WILL'FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !

secretary. bun; ad\i-ed to u..e 1\\(1-11 1,1 dUo, tike: Kotatnc Blood }>alm li B B I

--- and word cannot tell tlie trood it It will cure even the wnr.tci-e' afti'i l.aureisAgain r r:.. .w-u. .".,. -
eNe fail-. B. L'.1 I .. .
everything; > flrunthepoioii "
,' GOLA=
'i -ti; ti):it lie !had: i tried nn-tevHrythii' I blind, then eeryore healin..kit .I ., .. .
The '
Paris
.- ;d Corn Ideal Mills '?. I told him tel u-e I\n- the blood pure :Iud rich, and builutnst tff made dixnitian the Gold rrrteM '... ..'.", I 'W" I
up the brokeii-do\\n b"dv, 1> ,- Medal Award to .. .. ... .. .- ", ...r. I.
'"i dol.ViinU of gratitude halve: comt' tauic Blood l.ilm 15. 15 15 p 'r- ,b I. I t -I'ft Yat l...,of'v.t :-r: .
iz 4EZ A CO., Prop, to in*' Cft'1him bee line I reci minttided I 3 11. .' ,1..1.. ... I', 'N'.l'
for ij
te-ted M Druj1tore
ou.'hly yenr- ; r I.W.HARPBRKENTUCKY ._, "< a.... |'|M*'lii._ ...... i ,
[t.-Gee. \V. Fry. VioU, bottle! Trial I I .. ,
-, $1 large Ha lw it f
teal ulaeterr. per ; i 'i .u I
.... i,., .
'II-. \lSTOCK" \111'( Itt.ItOt'l'l1' Iowa Health aiid ->treiu'th. of mind treatment free by writB; dUahn I lor..., .JlI1I<'t.'r. ." .r.'.ti :'t.ft"......,. '''' +
di thetomuh ; *-! v t
1
on .
and body pend : "
Co., Atlanta: (h. IV-i-nbe wi I -a ,j "i .L t, "
.. s'- .. .
H-.KD .
iud normal! actiuty of tlif dije-tive; trouble and flee medical id vie WHISKEV Mi-- I ,.I'IVu '. < "I .. '..."',."...". _. ... '
.' "in- i-idaktry I for there it orjrmKodol, the great recd u- until B. H H Joe-not | -.... I. ".. ""., ."'J...". .. ". i .
I liven cured .... ,.. ,.
r" iuiMid bu>' vojr .Ii'alanc C"n1. .i.ooI t'-dtr 'IIi .t.m. .' a' frrwf r- .; ,
.r Hnm 1laaufact'rerr ..truettvto:1 c, cures all t'"ln'hand i coutaiulUinf'rall'ol-ou- or tuercary'a Bold.Iedals... It ..1 J. .mJlM' I1..r ''"l- \\-. ." r r '. It ,. snra
.
,
,
.
,
.. home Indus- t-l troubles, indU'<-tion, dy;:- awarded iii untrn .uri w w .0: t t x' s / I
: bow
> ,uimrnzt. : ,o many adverted; medie= du t l'tw Ortan.. 1ft. Mv da).. I.... :. )T( trtt r ... v ,. ,
t 'art- ft ti the DmtlftIlJ bfuentea pep-ia. Kodol! due-t* any g.v.d food but i* couipo-ed (.f Pure P.otanie In P.4 1'Cd r&ll'Q man) ,,i te MAO'.ts lilleUL.- U.. a _
uiJirrcily
I
line miinuUcturpr 700i I von eat Take a do-e after meal jrredient Over ;klikf te-timoniil- ofo 1 93. gALVONA SOAP CO. Cor, 12th IH Sts
: us eot laboron Ow ilarpi'' 1'hariiHcy John >heppardSidney I. cure by taking Kotahic Klood }sal lin ST. LOUIS MO.

I rte':11,10 to TOOT support you live and I h'ihn. i H B. B. scu cy IJannCr.lSSer- J

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"Ever notice how a song will go with an aud:en-e ;f ',t arouses the nxm mighty pleasant taste and it's tie memory of that peasant: taste that causes
tie audience;
on' tf a l"I"3&.n. tarte"" asked the fi-t-nishter! Take that littie socg vtLe 'PuW'E" tCo ap.; :-ecute sj thoroughly that I.tt.e tDng
I"
New York roof Goes sumelhlnK like th.s: wnrat "'mb'nton *t the 1\"le of the t.eat anJ barley j&altI
i :11's .1.1 ;
1t'D.tonts ne.-oiry for the .
l'uHenanu and .r" Ar
a f:'1 K1"1*! to me. :t:: m of ever ran of the > r'gdEcerrM.Is'1
body It
,,. combines; thwe elements
; in such
h.c 'wr k! '.. pr
I'm 1. >.et'ai .. ,:lrl UI. be, gr'r.:.. *. it ro. nrn Iiuv! r 't !, 'D.ii_r kia .... dla .nd M.'r'atlon: leu".H' men: i, hieie't :th the *V,j." ,f the
They 1'-11 'a' i i,..acoral.. t.ORCK... t xh-.t 'Fui.E" ;: a perfect food for thi erworkfd or under er.. ,1
Bat 1 "i arum trh naf We'\ "' Jor.tl'e stomach n P rf-1 health. \Ult li the
::1 ... vet itural
11 tu .
Esepbu a 'lu me. toOl"' !> (ture cf "rORCV varbus ,
jnwu
dIII.kallh.ug.' t ik _
: nothing particular '" tt- !r tin !: It' i\ sit -i-i n. \II'hl':1 rd y.a"Tune's
n thing slurs; : tlmf'.nt. fljr.T narflj artbroueht about r ftK
yet e\.r\ r.'rot 'he heist .now nd \ re wa) I car tXpW: "t" ftgo- if normal and tPulthy d.gf'lon.! Tf:, food tbrref"re kly
: \ \>d l.-eakfuM, (0".4. has a J imw, do1!:, ale II.t\'or.'; 1< rnP; .in'} an1 .i.<'ly ,'--II'I.! i '. ; cv s :bt. \ :Vir.jus.rg4r- 1b yt :fflt.tr.1
.
bI. dust'tt..: ind of a ui-h It-it a ir: if : g.ato :s c whet fct- cwato 'Ierc- Ink pi' m ; i> 'rt t"t. >r:
breakfa.i front tcrce of habit and not baue he wants to eat It"I.'e: "FORCE" ref ulres s, coAins: and U dellc.ons cold or warm.








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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1902



.'." "" .'.'.'.' FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY -
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I. $5,000.00 $ ; l ...THE BIG STORE... S', GREATEST VALUES $ -

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: IX THE : F!


:.*.Worth to be of Sold Summer During this Merehandise Month. :i AUGUST SELLING HERE IS YOUR GAIN .: HISTORY OF THE STORE. J !


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Wash Goods Department. CARPET DEPARTMENT. Embroideries and Laces. i NOT

HALF PRICE FIGURED LAWNS. Velvet Carpet at. .. .. . . .. . . . . . .60c yard 1,000 Yards Emb. Beading, 5 and lOc yard

WhitX-BarMu.lin . . . 4c yard Brussels; Carpet at . . .. . .. . .. . . ..50c yard 2,000 Yards New Emb. Edges ': t

Fine White Goods . . . ... 102 yard Union lugrain Carpet at.. ... . . . .. .. .. .. .. .. ..33c yard and Inserting .. .. .. .. .5 and lOc yard! i iIOCO ] YET

IVjiie, Tennis Flannel lillitea! Wool Ingrain Carpet at.... .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .55cyard Yards Torchon Laces 3c yard I .
Cloth Woven Madras ... .. ... .15c yard Rugs 25 per cent ot!. 300 Yards Black and White I

IOn Couliter.) Remnant Lineoleum at Half Price Lace Bands ( Fine Goods) 5c yard I'

Lace Curtains, odd pairs, at Half Price. 300 Yards Linen Emb. and Inserting*, I' TIME
Summer Underwear.
with Linen to Match, at Co t.Gents' .
Lace Curtains, Entire Stock, at 20 per cent off.
;.0 Doz. Indies1 to'lepvelps"p*ts.2 for 5c3t MATTINGS.SPECIAL I
ON
SPECIAL r
Doz. Ladies' Sleeveless! Vest*,
Bleached . . . . . .3 fur 10c Furnishings. j to tell you aboutthe MO-T IMPORT I It

L'5 Doz. Ladies' Sleeveless Vest, Bleached Lisle Vests Sleeveless; i
Taped . . .. .. . .. .. for 2c: ;;;:.s:. ,_ 5 .";;:' S- Men's 3 each. ; ; I IGents' HOE NEWS, but soon will b#. Ju- T*
:;c II
15 Doz. Indies' rleevples.e"t.., I
Li-le Thread.. ... . . . .J>c each SALE Straw Hats at Half Price. } keep your eyenu t.i! *puce and it w \
ifj Doz. Hoy !HhirU and Drawers If ---....;.;. ,
]llaibriinjan . .. .. . .... .4Uc suit 1! ; I t
Shoes. tell you all about it i
25 Doz. Men's hhirts; and Drawers t! -0"t ,

Balbri-'gan . . . . . .45c: ,suit I l
Strong Point Oxford for Boys .now $1.50 I
\
Waist and Skirt Department. LACE CURTAINS 3 Ladies' Oxford,;, $200. . . ..now l.65

% Ladies'. ? traps, $1.75. .. . . now $1.3* I
each
Waist.3oc;
: Doz. White Colored
t !10> Doz. Madras Waists. . . 50c each I, -AMDRAPERY L3dies' Oxfords, ?25o .. .. ... now Fl',

t. 5 Doz. ChMKibry Waists worth Ladies' Straps, $2.50. .. . now $197Men's

S1.;>Uto$1.75. for. .. .. . . .H each t: CURTAINS 3v -- -
White Duck ." . . . ..iJJc tach 3b Low Barters in Proportion.
Skirt . 1.0 J1.50
Colored Duck -. $ were
t Colored Chambry kirts.l i ;N1( were $:2oONew TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. Hardware.NEW .

t.I Wool Walking Skirt$2.3) to $7.oi ; ._ MEYER SHOE CO.
;J--1 :i--.__ "7".-!:::::'-' ___.-..-..'....".'. STOCK ENAMEL PAIN

Ribbon Bargains.All Hammocks; Single and Double, Latest:
Collars No. ti;!) Talleta Ribbon Vie yd JUHIiain I0lju00u & Sou.voters Patterns, Cheap. Fed FurnMicr! for la.li Hili,.

All Color* No. l0 TaileU Ribbon, lOc yd .
til- Yard Fancy Ribbon. . 5c yd Enamel Ware Blue and White, Big Stock 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREETEWvWiWiWWO

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i: should see that their names I! -

I are properly recorded on the books. F R. POU ""tt ""tt
,

I N SOCIETY EVENTS Rev. Fred Jones: pastor cf the I rl '

G First Baptist church, who, in company : : : : FEED, LIVERY AND SALE STABLES i

with Mrs. Jones; has been enjoying rls
i OPEN DAY AD NIGHT lf- Wi-.t Inti-mlcnela Street
Lor-
I AND PERSONALS a mouth's vacation at ....
J
home
man. Miss., is expected tomorrow
..
25252525Z 2525ZJ and will hold the regular POU & GINGLES, Managers. ..

services at the First Baptist church I

Mis Annie O'Brien of Montgomery Sunday. '* ..,

is visitius friends: here. and
Williirn Grauss daughter, '

Mi j.t'3 Mollie and Nettle Potter oft Miss Mattie Grauss, arrived yesterday R. POU 't tJ261" BARGAINS i

Mobile are the guests of Mrs. R. E. spent the night at the Mere F ,

t 1'eterseu. chants and left at 7 o'clock this ..

It morning for South; Florida. Mr .< ." FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER
I Mrs. S. Pollock left for Milton ft.
Grauss is a wealthy capitalist from
this morning to visit her daughter, 17 West Inkndencu Street. Otlice Phone, 31. Residence Phone, 673. ..
Chicago and is said to have gone to I
Mrs. W. A. Mills.J. .
the southern portion of the state to .... .-

H. Fuller of the shoal River invest money in the resources otler- mulla. "free for nil trotting mufi-s" AUTOMOBILE SONG. 14..

J Lumber Co., Nadavrah, A I..., iat I ed by that :section which has arou-JtM much amusing rlalry .
Ah. this la the life that I choose!
\ among: horsemen (for "luulfUien"), : !
the Merchants today. To thunder along In the rut
Tie SPORTING WORLD and the contest for the silver cup offered EVERY DAY
Mid the drip of the dirty black screwi
i 1'.l'. Koeber a Jacksonville wine by the ocinton! will undoubtedly And the vtench of the grease soaked ;

\rchant.arrix-ed lat night to see 1'oanCorbett be a race to dream of. EJ Gwrs has nut.
and Terry
Mid the crips the victims I
o cut. .
an for the I
entry Tranyniulia. "dark
t t" the wttltof his many customers Young Corbett has tinally agreed Kill mangle disfigure and bruise: ,
..-re.K upon a date to tight Terry Mi-Govern. inuli-." 'tis Said and he is willing to Mid the jar and the rapturous glut I ..
water the whole Villnce farm outtit And the drip and the smell and the ooze!
William Crowltf Hartford, who ..
!:' -tll'lttonof B.1inbriJJe andI that his long eared candidate will carry
was instrumental In bringing the lioystucttluT Ha hr!! 'Thl the life I enjoy. I
tilt
) Denmark ValJosta are ut last TliniikMfitlnK day, has away the prize.The One more! Hear his any wild: :
ten purses are as follows: Bump! That was only boy. ..
a .
4 n 1 t" Merchants today. They are both! lol'l'ullft'r the I t-n\erite for some time i
The Emerald handicap of $3.ODO( for Scrunch! Father mother or child i o-."'&'-
u;'aged;: in the tuipentine business hut Corbett was unwilling to tackle Oh, see how my victims are piled. __
t1 2:0 pacers; the Magnolia of ? ,tMMI, for
McGovorn again until lute in the fall Such pleasure my senses will cloy
1 in Iieorgi3.j 2:11 trotters; the t;a"oso of $ .fJU(). for Just hear how I'm cursed and rex-lied. I t,

;j Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Owens of Bu- 2:1: trotters; the Itiaiuond handicap of On onward, my death. dealing..toy! : II '
?2,0, for 2.15: trotters; the Mazuma: of :
f'rI, 0\, arrived yesterday :lrtHf .
J2.KKJ.: for 2.3: trotters the ISIuff Cityof !
;
The thins here blew with a bound
up
and will time with
neon spend some
?'':.1 MM i. for -ji-ir-old trotters; the And a fearful phenomenal Joggle. ,
1 r-Kitive l here. They formerly re- Cotton of &:!, led in lVnacola. 114 Suspenders and half a green goggle. I -
-i buanj: South of $2t io, for 2:1'J: (Ial'crs. I -LiftA I

'lias. (J. VanM-itre, one of the I ..
: I Eborrdown.:4Fc2. .
The Ol> mplan Came
r vi-ter.iii letter carriers at the l local I
i.r'1' Go\"ClIor Yatvs of Illinois lias aooeptitl I lit

:t ;.I-t'"Ilice. i j- iMijoyin a two weeks' the imitation to be present and I 1 1i i iiks i irk# I RACkLiT STOJ.lt : .:. 11f ..,

scab HI allowed by the department Ii assist at the inauguration of the International I "'

f ulntitute I U. H. Ni uuvinu: is workin Olympian gums to be held at I IChien '

..,! Mr. Van Matre's place.M. I ;:.) in Ui'l. lIe said "The entirprie { u 1\
f I
is one that must enlist the IU'I' fil !yUI\1)1v1\)11A)1Pti
A. Rabb of Hrewton, left ford I Iii : ) ) 1 .
j' > path and bupjK.rt of every person in
due I.i-t ui.'ht. Mr. Uibh is an attir.iey li.t rest in the physical, moral alaI military -

f A : from th.it city and ha been welfare of our jioople." A ditail I

i >-rr in cohui-ctioii with the 1 :tars.Duuwudy I Ij of state troops will te ordered to Chlcngo ATTt:\TIO ,

b-ti.kruptcy: proceeding i! ::1i to j.articpate.! and the governor 'llrlllllll r'tH
C"IIIJlan K. & .t. InUnirjr I 1
eard by Referee Nicliolyesterday, i i"IHon. ;; will 1'iiJi-avor to luttret-t the governors
1 of other states. You are hereby order"4 i".
Wallace Bruce, the President | I I appear in fatuu, unifrn. AIM A

: .if the Florida Ilarrlnian'n Hornet. 1 with letfgin'
Thur-tltxor tat
I ,
ti ,1"t been appointed .special eomml".1 "-. Andrews, who handle all cf 7::jIp. in., on r r A'r
I:. II. llarriiuan's horses Is now located i nth day of Auru.t, i 1:1': : t d
-.loner to ireat Britain by the Burns J
e.tn
in-p-cti.-n
company I"
at th6 roivhkeepalti track, where
i CO'.UZH A-rociatiou of the st. titive drill for lJ1'dtllllld a: .. .
1.oul'l the horses are being trained. The .
I poiutment of auu-cufnu-:. .
He will sail L.Sn.
F.xj'o-itiou. August
string Inchult-s six head consUtlnt of ioned ollicr. Y"U will i
i il I ..J return in (Ktobr.sjpervior I ii-le S.. 2-ll\: ; lit h-n Grace 2.11=!,, bring with you all property you !' lit- : Rt TAURU : :

I r.ml fr.ur colts !toy Stamboul. The sta1 ,1./ btJol1 jiu to the "taf". 15y .'rd.-r ..f
11 of jR?;utratiou T.; N.t i I
.1 U- will be re-enforced by others from II C. H I'AKkllll J '
Adams now;:keeps his otliee open I .. r Acr
tie! Arden tarui. Orange; county, N. Y., Capt. Comd r. Co. K. l-t. li 1. K r'f .. ..
.r, tq\- Otalrl at the court house every later on. "Now, see here, Miss Anjreline! lye -' -
tir
TUI'"I.ITnur' -dav aad S.iTa'rdayfor went wit you fer tuo weeks dressed

. n 1 the purpose of regi.teriug; voters Torso COBBETT. I That riltkhnric Rumor. like a guy, bad ter lick fourteen fel Crab nets and /ishin;* .: DAILY MENUS :

for the regular election next November. lie declared that he did not have to President Drf' fuss of the Tittsburg hers an' spent 11 cents. Now I want tackle to suit everybody, at rrb A
i the fact that when club tIt nil's the that he Las Increased ter know exac' feelin's toward
The who registered and fight and pointed to report your I the Willis Hardware Co' t"IIII'U-i. '.. A
he was anxious to meet the former the salaries of O'Connor and me. Talk qulck.ew York Journal.A ,Y. e Dram .
t voted for the first time at the Julyprimary .. ht.i ar
-- '
\ champion he had to make all sorts of Wa !II'r in order to keep them fromjun.piu 0::
.j I will have register. a< uu concessions.Corbett : to the American. lIe has two Reekie* Plunger.In Cleaning ladiei skirts and waist kt.eit oft \\ .
f &* the June regi-tratiiq was for the Pave SulHvan agreements with these the Is of .r Aic .
was billed to fight year playersand great gambling hall there was one specialties.. Star I/aan- 00::
WI primary only and not om i, \ l before the Sl Louis club recently will raise no salaries nor change breathless silence.A dry. 4a
R
but the authorities refused to them in any way until these contracts poker game between two of the --

permit the battle to take place claiming expire. billionaires was In progress. Thos. C. Watson cSt Co., .a l.ndiiV Pn\ai :
'i 001>)> TKK\TMKMT.
Li, that it was nothing short of a prize About their tables were packed and the leading Heal Estate tC
i Agents, take
.
fight.; Crowley was on deck and asked National .tbod. Jammed hundreds of curious excited ; all the worry off the !shoulder of the cM Dining I'arl-r ,* Aw
"Doc"
Carnoy the crack rlht fielder
It Old :Stout: ch-* Made Over.: Corbett to face McGovern In August people watching tber! play with aston | owners of property, lDalla.reh.. :
It, He was at first averse to signing and hard hitter whom the lioston: Nationals ishment. i i renting of their home and the c'i- ter Aa
Impropermt'dicine out as
stomachs as bad food but but finally agreed to tackle Terry on refuse to buy unl<'ss he signs a "I'll bet you a porterhouse steak," | lection of their rent a* con-cieu- 00:

a.it: many food will nearly always l'e.fl the 20th of next month. Corbett maybe contract for 1003 with that team made says one.Murmurs. I tiously a* they would thtm.,.lT.,., ac
store proper the health that nature Intend. of the opinion that the accident four hits and three runs in the doubleheader of awe rise from the watch I Their charges are very reasonable, .. Regular Dinner D .

which the terrible Terry met withwhle at Boston recently. It Is this ers. '-M aip

J ed.'I suffered with chronic constipation playing baseball will prevent same spirit that Is harming the National Clear and stern comes the answer: .=::

fl for a lousj time and two years hIm from putting up a good fight, but league.The. "I'll see that porterhouse steak and : ""..ft Ur.I..r. I', a ,

ago' became an invalid, being unableto such is not likely to occur. O'Conor Don. raise you two nb roasts. a pig's knuckle Hotel Camden cr Ftud IIgIb a
retain anything on stomich, A
: my
The to his arm Is not as serious The and ..
Injury Right lIon. Charles Owen O'Con a can of oxtail soup.
says Mrs. F. M. Buss of Millerbur, II I e ..
i Kv.: as was at first thought In fact. or. better known as The O'Conor Don, Here the onlookers gasped. ClMn1\>> : .\ 1.\ IS.\ .\1.\, c' I' ., II,
t Physicians pronounced it catarrh within the past week he has been able who is sixty-four years old, would be One of them Indeed muttered: I cM >.t't u VMiiNick tv.e I Ay

of the stomach and bowels. In fact, I to use It as of old. lie Is very anxIous I the legitimist claimant to the Irish "It is such things as this that make Is Now Open to the Public, < ..

the entire alimentary canal was involved to fight Corl>ett again and believes I throne were there one. lIe claims to anarchists."-Baltimore American. Apr- .:. .

.. caused. they said, by continued that he will make It Interesting for him he able to trace his lineage In unbroken under the management 'If

; use of l'urgatin'iI.o'or several the next time they meet According toa succession to the last of the Irish Me Procpeet For Him. Popular Restaur ;'

weeks I could not retain more than report received from St Louis the kings. Ills father was the first Roman "Are you ready to live on my tae I' 9IC .,
teaspoonful of kind of fluid at rl11If1J
a any time and at any this stage of rnv illness Denverlte never looked so well. It was Catholic member for the county of Rot
a friend suggested that I try said by his manager that the stories common since the reformation, and fcf looked tp !intouls face trustingly. I AJI111ii111LJYIiItrYtr
Grape-Nuts. circulated about him to the effect that himself succeeded to the same Beaf Td' of Pen acola, Florida. .

I commenced by taking only tea- he was not taking good care of himself his twenty-second year, holding It continuously "Certalnlyj dearest she answered. .

spoonful at a time of the water have no foundation whatever.The for a couple of decades, tifiulthe ''Iflf'.It RATES REA50NABLL': I will repair r .. .

poured, while boiling, over two teaspoonfuls Parnell movement drove him out what r- .
la are' des
of the Grape-Nut In By the Day, Week or Month, jewelry t
MempbU Meeting. of life. He Is Irish If
public an privy you can get another one for roweelf. Mt.pbn.
five day, I was able to digest a
teaspoonful of the Grape-Nuts! themselves The Memphis Trotting associationhas councilor and he held a seat on the ." Table Furnished with the Bet the

and in less than a month carried on an active campaign for royal commission. that Inquired Into "Anotherr Market A:! rdt. t

could digest an ordinary meal. I Its meeting wblch opens Oct 21 and the financial relations between Great "Yes; another lacome.-Chicago Save Money :

can eat anything now, after having continues nine days. Murray Howe, Britain and Ireland-New York Trib Poet Public Patronage Solicited.Free .

used Grape-Nuts for nearly two secretary, has announced ten purses, une. ,
years, and am entirely cured of con worth from (2,000:: to $3,000 each, and J ryny-BalMm Stop,the Tickling Sample Rooms tore at Marston A
It is a wholesome several In- tsA QuickC& ...In .nTh .'ton la ti*'4ro.t Great Farnitll'r
stipation. pure special events for trophies. B.,I..am from the Northern Wood Sunday Rate Made to Travellnj
and inexpensive: food. clu






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