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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 25, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
daily
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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HEAD-ON COLLISION! : FREEDOM_ IN JAIL ;I t KAISER OF GERMANYBerlin




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t i.lights: Crash on Baltimore and i, JAIL ESCAPE. 'I I FORGERY CHARGE. I Preparing Welcome for the


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Ohio Railroad. Special to The Daily .News: Special to The Daily News: Young l Ruler.Special .

Albany Ga.u :!:r.-.Five important Chicago Aug. :23,-Mrs. Minnie

negro prisoners sawed through Brown, a widow: member of a rich .
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l 'Jail}' News. Jail and made good their! escape. is a prisoner at the county jail charge to The Daily News

\ -. ":2!.-One man a.as I They were John Henry Wilburn fd with. passing; forged checks a:
Berhu. Aug. :!3.-Gilded marts atr BULLET HOLESIN
iujinecl in a head-on BOY LUNATIC Charley XVhit('head, Will Robinson Marsljll Field's store.. .
mounted art' hi
t n two BaltImore and John Watson and Doll Johnson. Brown was arrafered In the by evergreen crowns

; uma in Clajsulle. tunin They procured a small file from an Han>on street police court and a con fug set up along Cnter-denLtnden I. BREAST

KIDNAPS GIRL nnknown source and with this converted tinuance granted for ten days at tha preparation tor the entry into (t.-rht.!

-: a common corset steel into a reouest of her brother. W. F. Scott of King Victor Ummanuel of lia': --

fireman crushed tofatally saw. They rut through the bars of of New Orleans. Thursday next. The Utter-din Lit : "PHial lu 1 nr :Nr..

:Special to The Daily News. the cage in which they were confined The troubles of the woman are be. I den is being bordered throughout II i Ifctur '-\1: ALI *' .tV Itf*

i I. :,!la, brakeman, Macon Oa. Aug, 23: .-With a drawn and through the iron rods of a window tiered to have come from the drug length by large row of potud green IPII l body of ArcbV (',.. M.4 I, w,

pistol in tu hand James 1. Tindall, opening on the yard habit. The brother has been In Chicago ery. The program for tie kings en Of J C..ro.we. a far. w r_Mtaf I

n., :. injured said to be an escaped lunatic from Wilburn. the ringleader, is an Atlanta : for some time searching for his tertalnment which includes receptions miles west f>< t*r.. WM twt (A UI.'Uk'dl *
negro who has done service for sister but until her arrest he could .
bit! fith. 1If1111b.J.
the sanitarium at Milledgeville, enter state dinners and a gala. erforuiar.c ntoar r.
amt a number of cars ed the home of I* A. Roach iu Wilkinson burglary. None of the escapes have get no clew to her whereabouts. The I at the opera, ends on Saturday \\ I'll It hole la his left brevet sod r.
...edL'SION been captured. police say that she has been passing! ,
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county, and earned off Agnes the great fall parade of troops on the \ov"r with onllo ebash.t ...."1 t. l'.

Roach, a 15 '?lI'-old girl. The kU- ..---1 .. forged checks for a month. Ttmptlholf fitld. the itory The l.ttf. fellow kit t..

ON SOUTHERN. nailing was accomplished while Roach BIG POWER DAM :I The object of King Victor IJmraanu en the r*.ftr.r from Etta ftl.r'wttbont s hers'

was absent from here The only ELECTRICITY WILL el'siftii, as explained at the Italian the knowWk nt lie oaand

Near Curley, Ala.-Fireman In person, in the house at the time' were embassy, is that the joung King Is going 4"tJt." m a nitro Aoe abort

stantly Killed. the younger brothers and inters; of COMPLETEDSpecial I simply making his first call:! since 101.iaccc.Eson his own *st "M ,,\\H."r h-r W"I'
.W., :23:: DRIVE TRAINSpecial
Aug Freignt Agnes upon his freed the empp- to the 11(xnlieg
..l and ."2 on the Southern The JlPIT Mr .. .tI le.y Waf. paw
Holding tis pistol in the young ror. that such was the only purpov I
ame together in a headendi ( with the trt pt+' **>*r. H was tilt
girl's
fare. Tindai! ordered her to to The Daily News: of his visit to Russia and that it i-
.'. fnlay afternoon and Rre don a clean dress and come with him. = to The Daily News. quite probable that the king will visit charged acrlE.eta'v: ..." the flail
It ind Dahlonega, Ga., Xug. :23.! The completion
: was instantly Ullelne "
g The distrarted father of Agnes I FrancE next jear. Austria Is t )t I a41 state ':
electrical
New York Aug Y;rAn
: .. Woodruff of the new power dam of the .
: : and Russell:
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Roach to Macon tha likely be visited by Lang Victor
came to notify Gainesville and Dahlrnega Electric company at Lynn, Mass, is buildinga to .
i 'i; ly
> Injured.ou police ar.d to the aid of dete'tiv Emmanuel for the that Knu- j
secure reason
train which Is soon to be used in
Railway company, at New Bridge on
: occurred about 1 mil .. FIFTH SUNDAY
., s. the Chestateo river 10 miles below Illinois says a special dispatch from ror Francis Joseph never returned th. |
n a curro which shut
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Tindall is described as man late King llumIH'rt's'Islt' to Vienna ;
from the young here was signalized yesterday by Ljnr. and which according to ('ngn.eel's' t
approaching of 19 years of alp: low in stature, stout because he wished to avoid offending ,
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i I''st known of the iraA shutting the water off from the buildIng estimates, will make ta: 1% ELIM ASSOCIATION
and fair complexion and at the time sluices. mil > an hour the'atica.n by swing King liurj I I
when the ,
is ti-gine last peen wore a white hat. He was It added that the track for the bert in Rome. :
'I 1..' dittance ingt.i.t.le The dam is about 300 feet long and is
.. sent to the asylum some time andrecently As King Victor Emmanuel: 1 hi.* via
ago on
to ... wnl give a head of 26 f. tt and a volume train in Illinois! (Is almost completed: | .
stop e rape Tli i "it'- I' (.Jay
escaped.Eoach it Berlin will bp attended by th1 i'nrau|
to
of water sufficient to produce that the line! is about 150:; miles long
hough the engine In telling of the affair says Italian premier. Sinner ZanaJelll the Klilll: lUj{'tl-l ,A-- I ill' t.. ;4'f-
1.:M horsepower. Eight horizontal! and is remarkable for solidity and (
attain who applied by he was absent from home and no one turbine wheels geared on a shaft will strength. As far as poss ;le grads relations! between Italy and Gi.rmary pared toy ttiw/ IIIlul"li.if..I.IlIltt.. .*

WHO facing was there but his daughter Agnes and transmit the power to the two gen r-: habii>n elevated Electicitv will will naturally be discussed but an* .j j will 1Ito/,. follow.|

t-T locomotives two of h.s joungr rhildrnn. Sud.: ators. These wheels have already.I be the motive power and the third thing approaching negotiations: with! ;, Meetlbit I will Mr t."lcj M k.i .

denly Tindall appeared on the> scene been placed! In position and the rail system will be ued a definite object growing out of th, : t'hllpttl.I one mil ,' >olh.*,t i-f "tItu'i.l. -
power
!h. tint
crash with a drawn pistol in his hand, so the question of King Victor Irumanuel'lldisarmam .sitnriinjr and to-.MdMf Ai
.I station will bp completed by the time It is claimed that the train will hl'saf..r ,
as if ti:' younger children tell him, and by I aI'for theemperor's ::10 and sits
the trackand wiring for the street and run less risk of leaving! the nt proposals, "uxnlar
to-
came threats of killing her made her put railway!\ and liahtmg! system of Gainet rails than an ordinary street car. personal ear and are not offlflal I
"um thatnipleteiy on a clean dress and I leave with him Ki a. ni.-(,'.lUil i<> "rd.r bv chair
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thlrultll'oc of
and ( !il making; '
ville! have teen" eomi.I ted The theory held by electricians !s .
I I I iit ..ti iml -reto K.vA.
; (tall ; by
At last Tindal
had
accounts not returned that the train is practically electrically them is already well understood by >
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n v loaded
1h., He drove off: with the girl welded to the track and car.n'JtlE'"l' the ministers hw Ai' fur the read I 1qMla.in.N'hst; it tt. duty "(
tops of going In the direction of Macon. GEORGIA SAW Berliners <> looking forward tn a
ar
y it while the power is on. The the churches toward the ..*

Roach Bays that inasmuch as Tin location of the track is cot given in I brilliant show and nffil' ;1m ant<"lI l. ; amt how eau it b* perf.>r... .I.ltMl'

; --h. lag badlr fall! i; a lunatic and had a pistol he the dispatch rates wearisome sea m of fuc>.ti
1 I "engines they Is apprehensive( that Tindall may have MILL ASSOCIATIONSpecial I I: tt must attendPRESIDENT'S. 11 ;l&-1- tinpirlt wf n.ii..n.

i sly: injured amt I murd-'red .\ ', \.'s I rowing iu tin Kllm: AMoctetMib" bUtv /
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rn nth his engintr -- llrjruraud r
Agnes, Roach ;; 15 years old fair, ROBERTS SELECTED
.. boon rni=h,>.I TOUR II 4&-><>M f M-nric, 14 bjr M AWI'lh'llur.
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f'.ondvr
and tall
to The Daily News. tI'J
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and ahoy
iron '. Tifton Ga. Aug 23 -The' Georgia: TO SENATE ; I iu.-IU'e."*. (*,r rtiiiBffI

l'olJo1D ATTACK ON Saw :Mill a association composed of i OF NEW ENGLAND I iu.-Callrd t<> rd.c b)' > I air.
is not iiiii detotmnal .- feiiH-" by U. )st
h..n4' :; investigate manufacturers of yellow pine lumberof --- Morntt.I

":.. r.u the states of Georgia South Caro- Special to The Daily News. I :!t 2.1\ ".-1 1It ad i..*fel* t<> put. mi-
BLUEFIELDS
--, Lena and Florida, will hold its regular Savannah Ga. Au 23.-The. Democratic Special to The Daily News. I IXVillimantic. i.Iun.rry.I In the field .>( !tot! Kliui A.
> monthly! meeting in .Jacksonville.Fla. ? ftocletlub' by J. A. ONt.IU al.1 I If
WtP i T SEA ., on Tu sdar. Aug. 26. As the primary In Echols county resulted Conn. Aug. 23.- j f othe ..

TOBY Spccu to ;the Daily News question of changes in tho present as follows; ident Roosevelt, after spending the ;i p. in ->li isll ttii. e..utktittee f

lug. For state treasurer, L II. Roberts eight at the home of John T. ItoMa. cUUJm..l\d the i uipl"yui.l "f a ml*.
Sail Fraiii-(0. rules of well
the
: -rar101 inspection as as different '
UNDERTOW\ ( s defeated John A. Carter by a voto otICfi I sun, at Hartford, today resumed b" I .l ,narr N. the ii"k' ..-...."..u' by
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Ori'n a planter and merchant of price lists of lumber will come to 15S. i' (' H. (irimUr and <*th.r..

Conr.tn Nicaragua; has armed hero before the meeting, a large attendanceis journey through New Kngland. II;* I a.tu'h.: I. l fa.. beet ....&I.'.. ...
from Central AmericaHe expelled It is probable that the For representative D D. Registerwas train left that city promptly at v "p'lCrtloK a uil..louary* by H. t

I I' i'Iy: News. briri the rows that about July meeting will also I discuss freight! rates elected over Roland Roberts by o'clock but the early hour set for has: :, Killam and <>ihr..

,..; i" All;. 23.-neon: I 25 a part of political conservativesof and loading rules After the business i. a vote of 1M! to 85 departure did not deter the people: t' I p.. m.-!" onKrtvte+. Uit r"" .*.
For 5h rIlr. W. II Chitty was nominated from turning out in force and giving :'till 7:.tn p. UI..I .
If' of agv and Van Vo- Xldra ua. aided! I by a few Colombian meeting. the association will visIt I I
A. F. Hancock 7tIl-Jtrt-achlhlf: by K.., J. T. KH-
"f Atlantic Beach in over by a vote him a hearty send-ott. i
age inmates of tha insurgents landed at flhiefields a body. .I
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of 1S4 to 117. | 071 (
the station In .n
'1n home, were drowi- in a email schooner and attacked the As he drove up to

surf at the Isle o! town in old,time filibustering fa:: 1. O w. Prime was nominated for open carriage accompanied by tit'n'i i I "xrrt.rb

''! Harrington, another ion. Tl.f, assaulting party numbered GASOLENE clerk P. TV. Kimsey for tax collectorand ate Platt. the crowd cheered and the a. in -*nnday etlt",. m.... .......
Leads Stalvey for treasurer without president responded by raising bit f tat by It J. llitir.
hardly more than a hundred men and j
opposition! t i II it. .-MlMionarr census br
',* children In the par most of them were promptly captured STOVE EXPLODESSpecial tfutTho '|I Rev, J. II. MrAnally. slier hithTor
J. D. Touchstone defeated K. R Cor- !
to the ,. .
floral torsesho presented
a. t. > enjoying their any i by the government troops and placc'l eoII.eiun am*..>u. ..III..* takvn ;
tl.o seashore when the in jail. The others escaped In their bMt for tax receiver and K. \V Sow I president by the workirgm of lUrti '. rereM for J IUD..r.

"d I The children had schooner 0\ertnd says the reason I. ell. J. I. Peterson and Perry Hushes i ford yesterday was, by his requN.. I i i 2.li p. in.-p.*<>ng and prayer ...rvice. -

to The Daily N\vs: were elected county commissioners! placed on the ngine .
tot t'enture out too for the attack by such a small parry )
Ga. 'A 23.J-The the lane: the small teaniturned :::l.-Called; \0.titter Irtr ttairoue ,
*v and Voronee had great Is not known In Nicaragua While Savannah g. e'tp'o.sion I All along .
entire duotlnud ....rel... by \V. R. ( ,>.s
:. themselves! and it is death might legally be inflicted of a pasolene stove badly Injured out their population
upon NEW BANK FOR trymuu ; mic llanw.... ......*** : .dj <
they were swept out the invaders, Overend is of the opinion little 1l."t"J.-old Richard and 5vear- I each apparently! anxious to .bare in !j I j .um at will.

tow that they will: not be treated harsh. old Lena, the children of Luke Stern I, the welcome which Connecticut Is n i I All are cordially inviud V> tuud

wind was blowing! and ly berv. the tailor. CARTERS VILLE I tending. 'i! this. tufttiu{.

'I'(')!:!> current, which was Except for the incident at Blueflelds The accident occurred when the I I WhenVimantle! wa reached th." I I). M. WfcHMITTCiiairtitau.

r'r the bo)'s. After the the polisual situation: in Nicaragua-is boy lighted the don and dropped the i president was driven ta the pnbl.e

v > other orphans were reports to be wry nulet.DEMAND burning match into the gasolene. j I square, where he delivered an address
Special to The Daily News. bI iL. IhtuK "Mur tlxrs
1 a search was made for s Both were badly burned, but the boy'sIn'urit's I from his carriage 'I
were the worst. Though his Cartersville Gar, Aue :iZ.: Carters- J Allt-h' t-FUi**, "powcJ.r, It

-if the drowned orphans FOR- feet were in a horrible condition >J* ville is to hate a new bank. It will cured pal&fol, narti&K, n.r* be national with UNKNOWNMAN Ii
bank a capitalof
I '! and wero brought ran two blocks to a drug store, where a and Injjrowlc/ ualU, and iB UftUf
to $::;fOiO. and will be opened In the I
CURFEW LAW the alarm of fire was sent in. takes the OtllI,( out IIf corn and butt
early fall. The incorporators will bi
; GROUND TO PULP ,11)0'*. It's the xr at*'-tututtnti dJ -
Joseph E. Brown and H. E Cary, c!

: LESS' OFWURTEMBURC -- SUES GATES Atlanta; James R. Brown of Canton; I I cunry t.the a#.. Atla t Foot

: make tliht or .w ..... feel
Special to The Daily News. John XV. L. Brown and XX W. Young, : "'e ; u

of this city, and others. It is understood ; KpeClM to Tile S l'v.!i.Tlomato'n :. u",. It 14 certain car for .w.atin .
Ga. 23.-The
Columbus Aug local
ILL FOR $50,000 that H. R Cary will be the ," Aug. 23.-=An unknown ;/, callous and hot. Ur-.d: ..hiaftt. <
of the Woman's
society Christian:
Temperance union Is still agitating < cashier. He was cashier of the Bank I white man was run over by switch I II I I Try It '"..tl.tji hold fay all

'-- and -- 4 of Cartersrille up to three months engine In the Louisville! I.nda.sbTll'! :': drugglits ud show te.or... il.+u't
the passage enforcement of a I
t 'I.y i News curfew law In Columbus. At a meek Special to The Daily News. i ago when he resigned! and moved to yards hero and gr.ond Into an I accept any tatxtltttt. fly mail for

Winchester Tenn.. Au?. 2.Z: .-Mr. i::. Atlanta. HI'! will now move his family | ognizable nazs. His heal .
\i.; :25: -Cabhng from Ing of the society\ yesterday afternoon uuec.j Sic. In t4llmf"* TrUlrtackAf* Mast
I 0 1 L. Drake has entered suit: against I back to Cartemille.CONSUMPTION i ered from his bady and was :
'a..1crrespondentsays the matter was discussed &t length! Address' Allen H. OIm.hd, I.. JtJ>>1.
John W.
Gates of Chicago for $50,000 feet No whIch fct
by
away. papers : X. y.
-5; Marguerite
Sop'e ofFes and an Interesting paper on: the sub-
damages. The suit grows out of recent THREATENED. i I could be IdectlBed were founl He
: just been operated jest, ritten by Mrs. K. L. Bul!ock. of
'ilUitis\ at Gmu den reports from Chicago that John "I troubled with Ii had several cards al from Peoria, TL Tr_ >>.., fur the
by I infra, K. Y., was real bj[ ilri. M. was a hacking !
*>a-in and ChlarL Vt. Gates and others had formed a On the back of one was written "Fraslc !I I a tt resse toUr *.ad t. r*.
Fears
I J for the D. DlanclanL: : company to manufacture one of Dr. cough for a year! and I thought I had I Norton." J lit M. Fryor', Kaf.CONCKKT '
patient's Lfe. "
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CONCERT AND DANCE AT Drake's airships, which proved a hoax consumption, says C. L'nger, 211 I niture htore ,

for Dr. Drake claims that these Maple Bt., Champaign, Ill. "I trieda I ,Ii
jy extracts u itui MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY reports I NOTICEI! FOR BIDS !
what you get for your NIGHT. TRAINS S,8:30A\D were the cause of breaking up a deal great many remedies and I was Under I I AND IJA="CY. AT a

he had with the of for several j MAGNOLIA liLl
:! times more important. 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT some WashIngton par care physicians I FFTHL'KriDAYMOHT !

ties. months. I used bottle of .
Foley's
'a con* more because ll:3rt. TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT one i Bids will be received for repairs to TItA1NriAT'sM:3'AND: '
and Tar. It cured and I II, LArtT TRAIN
Honey ine : KKTUtNH: AT
DEPOT. I B. A. No. 1 hall until Anjun 25tb 1
IS.
MEAT &; MALT has a marvelous have not been troubled since. ll&j. TICKETS S' cENT, AT

Nil ears tlzat will cut All water used at Anderson's has dietetic value. 'V t bile refreshing and J at .:3n r- m. when they will be DEPOT i'

been distilled to take it helps assimilation opened. Specifications< can be found
the Willis pleasant Tar
Hard- --- Foley's Honey and
Tyny.Rataam Stop the TIcUInjt, cf food. Sold byDAN.XHEI6SER with John O'Brien Wm Bennott All water used at Ai. Stnurn Eli

,' sod arc: t ants' !'-""'a iii I4o&, BROS. cures colds, prevents pneumonia and Tim Barns allttd been diittlltl: ,



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DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA, MONDAY AUGUST 25, 1902. '

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; 1 I AMASSED FORTUNE GOLDJDUST. I Travels of Minn Mary Grera. ', >4

Miss! Mary Green is a rubber doll ,

who appeared one day late last fall In'I i Mrs. Laura S. Webb
XB'G5OIIEMIAW I "Let the COLD DUST: tins do jour work. II ,
BY SOLICITING ALMS ; I II this pbstoffiw at Winchester. b..s.

I On nor dress was fattened a slip of Vue-Presilcnf of Tomes' Democritc Quht ol Nortlwrni 0b 1.I .

paper which read: "The climate: of ,

i New U.isL'nd! Is too severe for this HERE ARE MANY the' cbaete" ol lilt wh.cb was

Woman Collected $50,000 : chilL I'lea&e pass lur t'j tin i'rlic:! ; ( I T sicily women bet 4 IanIrrnvblrt. Qhd4v-

fv>;i!:t for the wi.itir." Souie fr ndl.v hint ,.ith I 'NoJ I c.A.tJ
Variots !
Upon Pretenses.UNDER +ccn the a"es of
dial put a stamp on her Crt s cud '" that .'rwas t+lct tar

I II sent Lir to :Mcntana. From tlJI'rhe 45 and 55, but there are i TICK ,,I Ctrdalio4 tbt .uto

BOTTLED ARREST IN NEW YORK.Represented II I went to CaLfornia! then to Dr.tish; ('0'1 very few invalids: over 55 cmbv+stec tbowt It that I

II \ 0 lf'A-1BEERS'I: -- I lumbia and from there to Ottawa. and 60 years of age The diititd la try. t uftc. I.tftntncti .

Each ptot lee ckrk stems to have of life salt tftvf tbl (ml
Herself I
to
'LO LVCB.YWI1ERC.. as Widow of One. change coming
a
enjoyed her society as long as he mooth.) I tent CM tallish It

Time Member of Chicago; Board of I, [.leased thou pound a stamp to her I a woman near her forty- 1'k fur that mouth taJ 0ow I

Trade and Worked Bankers and'! i I gown aidsent her on. fourth year, either makes u... t.oJ w.It mtG.tNAtr rah DO pii a &.not

BEST FC RTHE I At Denver she evidently attended a'Ionll'IUl't her an invalid or gives Ishalltalcadf.aJosoewher
Brcksrs. I
Are you a slave to housework t l of the mailing clerks and had I a new lease on life. Those who until I have f4.w J lit tUnut. I.it avldrtiJ

New York. Aug. 22.-The police I' GOLD DUST I some new traveling garments piven',': iiiCet this change ia ill health eldom it row, it I *in Ion that yow
BOWELS i in i iI have her. Ihr dress is said to be eovereiil: i I Tint <<( C&fJui mill U cl4t C.UI ten+fll
arrested a woman lepreeectiag ;, live ten years afterward, while "
hat done more than ar.rJiine else to emancp&8: I: with from various thus tuxx.
over stamps
postage
herself to be :Mr,. Harris Hunter tt. women from the tac: +-breaume turder. ot the ) a woman who lays aside the active
:: n .' nt of the I'I household. It ceans! everythire atout: the house offices m the United Mates, and 1 i I
KrppOut I widow of a one-time member of the Wine of Cental U tb* ffthttdl to
duties of womanhood ia health col-
,
qr..f YI* i! pots cars dishes. dotes ant "codworSaves around her neck are fed: seteral"poems" : :,
7i. ft. o'ith- Chicago board of trade oa the tel .iuuality tae money and orry. I re-mforc a wom* Must ttie.beehthat
r I turf ilie UittriiCA written in Jar honor. Sliej i dom fails to live on in happiness, if
ol vagrancy and a magistrate Made only by THE N X FAIREANK CO PANy'l '
DY lor1 I C ucato. New York. Boston St Lo also wears newspait-r badges;: froraj I years after she his |>TssJ 6u. 1'huis conies with tU rbMg o( a\h.
leas o held the woman !in $;;00 bail Kaxer, ol OVAL FAIRY SOAP
CATHARTICEM many different states, showing thee i : truly a critical time. f It re-rUbl bc. beMtby tvutett***
!'!xaninatrun.hs.: Hunter: had trial! ,1 i
honor with which: she was roceivrtlI;
to oStam! financial aid in the baiiv ) Mrs. Laura S. Webb of Tt W<", I (UTe'r of MtBtntig. In 4ui.f
at the various : winch I
literary bamiuets
lirpalfst Mm. .
TIle
i icg house of Kahn Loeb & CO. t IIV i I Ohio recognizes: the change of LfE.S this it bu sued tlwiMttmU *l .*!
she bad attunled. From ue' ,
Ottawa
It wont,1 te a difficult task;, if not an I >
sa' ,ILK that :she had an invalid mother I fetrn $ju't in tittie 11o...>t .kit
brought back whitIi'I'on..l to d and the alohas
.l impossible one, to persuade any half a tag j] a :ingcrouperiod
t. whomhe wished to buy an inv i I until. .I.ff'fjil I* 4'R v 't Iber-
be to the of the Uou : ,
a gallery e
dozen iiit-u casually brought together I pass faith in'iU\) of CurJia. 'h.J
.'- i':.:ir. She was told to come : .... .. .
iiitu unanimity of .,opiniuu concerning of commons. i I writes !IOl.1 pr.ara; 'i "1. a u. RI" .

!I. .it a urtam time. i the greatest mail who ever livtd. Most I Ii I :n It tll. I' I. ':'n lhe 11 W u r
.\ -, Mnm a.- she had left a clerk tel". "As I hiJ always been troubL-J more .
of then would 'isree nj doubt with 1:hone and linen '
'
"
I .
1 las at the menstrual period, I drra J 4 fIr : ttl !! .r
LIKE CANDY in'd the Charities organization and or :
PG."l, ;i'1 Lord( ]'>roc;;uaui that Julius Caesar was I If the dhows of ull'n'cuats and the -

: 4 ,.It .D i A If. ,. ..
13I y' I s..l wo in da answering the descri: but how many of the six would accept a Jaii'p dot ou them and fold ui for' I. f I. a
WINE of CARDVI
.
IU\t. hll ,i.O.r MH Tlll.k. c.: n CI11.' had been going the rounds ,I 'l'nfl'snr (;ar im.r's estimate of Crouiwill i a couple of hour Lay on the ironing [ .A \1 'n,.'h.t." C,''if''':'Yf I.

i YOUR BLOOD GLEAN of lto! = prominent broktrs' offices col: us "the- sn-oates.1 IIl?UshlliaI1 of all i board stnoutli and pull ;gently until ,
.
- 1. tins; uior.ev upon one pretense or j times:" Lafli of them we may bo':' they lie d.'t and take their; original: line- -- -- - -

:tn'i.rr.! She::! invariably represented : then press, under cloth with a hot iron. ... "'... ,. -,'f.
BOYS and GIRLS I .. .. .
'tOt,rb,bl. l6'a6tj I hake-pear n' ; -' t.f If
r' h"1 I -Hf as the widow of a former president ) I ry thoroughly with the iron pong. ... .h 0" .....
Inc our "Blueine." I" per reel, 'ontm'' "n m nil .a:. Mi ",dl.pra.al-Ir a.I.r.. ter
of tht Chlcaco board of trade, slake of Milton as "the mg with borax water will remove the .. ., ... ..
Ljtton once j jjrreatttt housrhnld u,", t.1't'rylll"Y 1.101 I t. a! t' t 1'- ,1..1 n ... tar .*.**
: I. You Have L wa; !said and as having lost herm poet of our country." And shiny appearantc-' much worn coats Blue jiattr, i'' >-\.iUBidi IMHiiti !/ a.r VV I. ''''e\ I.. ". t..u' rrrl'I. It ..'. ..hra .t
,. .. .
out .h..lllid a w]:Ii I.] iU : s u. "" iaIH ka. f .. ..".
r through various failures.Vh where will U found two moo out ot and dress skats. .. ,
:nu hen you !'iav>' sold th. 'II i rIon > .' ti.. ;.. t ..,41. I. 'fl' .atal.tN
tie -V! iati.t. bark to the bank she was Scotland to agree with Charles :Ma' key Ito not delay. tut w r.:. at P.,. .
.tddreGLIftNL1\1'F'.1l"7I It1\/.1 1"1'1 1' Ii... ill I.t...* la
'
anttd It is allrg: d that she haiuavtlt.l : when he says of turns that he was
A dose Of the -
; RheumatismURIGSOL from San Francisco to New' 'the greatest I'uctnl'xt perhaps to OSTETTER' ratter' beforenival'
TIME TABLE.
York lollcv-tlng money all the tini3 King; Ia\id cf the Jews-vvhnm any 1 will tarp
en the appetite,
I V"-
u.til.! it is istlmateii she has massed I age has l'ro.jUCl.J'-Ll'slll"S \\ceklj.! CEIEBRATEn tone up the
the tested and -tiiiimch and amQlKeStloQ LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IN .
1 1a.t $jll.\IIO.\
IgrcatSd at i .
I / rD IfcliioruiaKnfry 1 rtMiioath I la run r. taken rrifulnrly when Jtnc'rlU'lIIt.lllllO": ; i : i
will cure ---- -
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L urn Uver, KiJuc .uJ I Ii There has existed a harbor at Portsmouth will positively New Orleans and Mohiln.
Do Not Know Mrs. Hunter. I
1 an 'era i f cure .
': kr .s;$ cau < Ly > I
rcMjrttd to bj tiht- r ; ---- -- -
,
England
'. :.. and builds 23.: board' ,
a utter .t upnlrtretgthtthdeuur.Rlt. i Chicago, Aug. -Chicago -
I : lag ships from the must aucmit times r ;. Headache, Vo.*. NO... "0.1. ?.n a Mo I I N. t
I .'..r ; |.rboktf won,lerful ct r- of trade men do not know of Mrs. IIh.tury. The Romans undoubtedly I Flatulency, 7:15 ft11'mi 12:15; m 11.16 p Leave .0.01. A rFlu Nt, a ..0r p p
I'.1' >1 per bottle. For sala Harris Hunter, who has been arrestedin in our + l' 11:50" SM'7 p I.t* a L.Unmlltou Iwari !I 1.* a 1* t!
I -'ti II your drug Ki.t ma not used it when they had their y Indigestion. a 4:8 p I 1:56. I...""" ... :l1..II. ...... !?... .., it il fc : I :
I it will t* +rnt prtpaii upon New York for vagrancy. Therenevirr fctronchuld at I'ortthesttr, and they I. r 7 Dyspepsia. ......" ..:;!.',p.. daisa_ !:"."" few'glean" Iwate Tula __
Adlrtit was a president or vice prusi
I prla I
'I appear to have named it 1'ortu.- Mae North.
Constipation
dent uf the board earned Hunter.
-- -- -
: .::1 t Chemical Co., Les Angelica! I : mills or the Great Ti-rt. The flJot-tq's STOMACH and Malaria '
/ of the No.2. So. .. I !*0 I .. .
or tneirtBinkia NEW FRENCH MINISTER. atonsln : t rII1Unscmnyab. t 13 rTEK 5 A ir al wIll lllI.'ipm 1i:1ipm 'I L"1t I'''n.ac"ia A",'... I s.pr > .' ft .
I : Drug Co., Atlanta, 63. i': d N I traced, j Con\'fnet yon 1I:15am fI-,1p mrrl'r.. t""ton..r I..",. I III'. ft W .lapis
I I mid from these tiniis onward tin name IIS11am ii:'I'I pmru" III'mlnll1I: Isar. : 1a. i'0ipda
Distributing Agents. iaL5pm t:1"a m Arrlr," ;\a.lnli.. Iraq. :
I M. Jusserand Will Be Welcome Acquisition I of 'olt moutll occurs fr" |Uiutlv. ill 2'lUam 1C:1.m. Arrl\ 1.flU\\lII.. I..,. melt, Mara

tt91' o4rw" tia" 9 to Washington Society I our h-turj.! The pi ice bad attained 7Oam ll: lll\m I 'rr'eInen.naIi t..a- ,. p lilt .
1::'ll\m_ 15'p: III AnI" "I le"I I..4 f. '010 p .
Note York. AusJ: -M. Jubseran. Rome nw'.isnn' of iniiHUtaiio' in illrin IDNEY DISEASES'

as Pi iuh ambafc.-ador to the United r of Henry L Uioli.-ird t '11'111' dt PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.No. .
ront-r niit niP llolllc.IllUi -- ... -
tnt States will b* a welcome acquisitionto Lion set suit th,'iuv vvlmi het In left il-liaily: No. a-lnty'No >tnpwhirrpu.ean. >bDMnn .-.1..1' HI. s-Isdp
) at
( an
vc lie
: I
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... Wa hinptoa sori'ty says a Pars: the shorts I ,1 .t'a lutirderetl .
> 11:55 pm 7\111 a m U-n\e | Vafo A rrl. W art p s a p t
of cable to The Tribuiif Jusscr".nd was I I tune of his succr-or a 11:1:11: >'!'tali I 11:1 nig&tm 7 1:1": .. llutecmlrtBtWtlft N .. .a ..
'i .t correspondent t tI.rnl. .. HV
born in 1S"5. The greater portionof ; I.shnu-.t: i\istnl at the part.-Londus It:.il 7 H ... > .. 'II" 11'1
,'i from Astrakhan: i 12I" 7 II _._._KM*IM. t HiI IKt '
11;1;: to his clerk: "On his diplomatic career was passed I! /ilule.} ( 1 i 1:1 8.i" 7':15": .". .? Motet Hli *
in IngJanl"h"rft\ he for YfO ham :MIfU 71": .... Harp 'I"
unii a bottle No: was ; IlIfllt.N 18:41 1.:1:1": .. .....__.U"J' Cdfy 1>, I* tIfT
We must certain : several years attached to the French A Cure for Cholera Infantum. ) 15 7'U" MUM .. It:.uI .. a ..

I embassy the court of St. .Tamps. "La t May," Mrs. Curtis'' a It ... u.op .raga .. -
.
says .. .
-. tasting; tho .
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t ron< r, : i 1:5 t.l5" .._. .... 0elti .;11 .
.' IlIttllItain..J I Notwithstanding his strong literary l.aker of Hookwalter Ohio, "an infant or money refunded. Cccvttiuremedlei !::!II" oj.*> ""'_ Mllllf. *. _. a;tt.. I ..
t 5'iH8.IM 9ai ........ ( r.Wyii. .._ .ttM ..
.: not; I am notf and tlabMial tastes, he devoted espf- child of our neighbor's was suffering recognized bv eminent o "M .. nwr L.be .. I .& .

:' The tank! "ial attention to political! (economy I from cholera infantuin. The the but lot SI":: IItll ".. ...... Jds.Y ft.,1 .. .. d it. ".
phyaid&ns u 4.03" 9:4s .1J..t1Utl.k-r.e. I *.W t..
"I think it is commercial and industrial subjects.M. I doctor had given up all hopes of re- 4:H II:" f .. t"4 "

The eoruns r.1 Jns!:erand speaks English wit'1gl'.at I took a bottle of ChamberI KJklY and BUdd trouble 4.VI5.M ".57 .". .. Poieo11s...a .". I, t s .< i 4 ."
I covery. ll.lrt ._ .. w..t.m. 'If" I It
"Xo. really. purity and fluency and withouta I lain'5 Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea\ PJUa Nr ...c aiM) 6\1'1"\ In.H .. (CkfTTIIU .. r n I ..

,1! 'rk. tasting trace of foreign accent. He has I Remedy to the hou>e. telling them W. A. D'ALEMBEBTE. & 8.1" 11:'" .... .... Hoathv. ,". I 4" I ? .
,
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5:") loJ&r I hlpi. s. ii '
,
I .:.k It is onlyaa..lly I written several books in English bea- that I felture: it would do rood if A.llil"! 11"7" (',uon's... .. I at.. *is _

I Inn upon English poets of the Elizabethan used according; to dnection In two -I i U) IIU.ri ,". MftrUan. I'lf! <1--

I.N'ome era. H' is a bright:; and witty I days' time:! the child had fully recovered Try one of our celebrated ]' 7H"7U" ll.W "" .. ..,.I..et fpr.Iti4... .. 4J is.. ." II II1 H .

1 r>.......iled to dictate I conversationalist and a capital im and h now ( nearly a year II.i : cjS.. Felt Mattresses.; \ 1M" r..uft nOOD' Nar.t. .. < .t. .'i. I. k
. "in...ce) ,". "i.\r.. .. ..."_;. healtht' rirl. I. : Y I ":U" 11:15" .\,rl.. K.... 1nr11In 1.1' .
U -"i.. : An empty prompts afterinier:; "eaker He boa'been have recommended n this un.remedy frequently lliey never pack or grow\i

!"i.!" t.il.1.and all minister at Copenhagen for four
known it to than hair
and l.ave never lumpy. Better a
>. rtaiU what it years fail hi! any ,.indp- to-taace." For I LAW DEPARTMENT
... mattress at half the price.
'. -- sale by all druggists and medicine ,

Quick Relief for Asthma SuHerers. deilers Marston $ flll inn. I >t

I IttflHlI immediate I John B. Stetson
Folev'Honey and 'fl\r 1 nn.i.Irrate. University

6 relief to asthma Mitterer-i in rati-ifau'lias: Inn-! \\ h..t does

the wi r-t staged! and if taken hi time this; itiiMii '1'l.l'arlur cluck I is stop The Beer Do Emig: FIcu'lc': ".

.i rn gray ME of the genuine I will effect a cure. W. A. D'Aleia- pIlL Mr kt'l'IJuIIl'I'e: last '' JOHN 1'.I'UHltEs I'd, It 1'rK.nlrnlllllltr .I 1 \1111 ill II. H I.....

c Hromo-Quininc Tablets berte, 121--:S.-;--Palafox.- ---- ni;:bt. as usual, wasn't .be? That Made' rail '1'erul'onnuenee- \\ ,..llIc..I.I\ f to tul..r I. It.../.

_*l cures cold Iu une dojr. Iiau;:!btir: 'et.. pa. and I toM! hicj .. ..
sacred Vntn of Jnpan. TWO \ ; \Il"' ioritsl--l: > I.. l>I..p..rlln.t j..n IsI.1. ", I ''aH' iihr
...>fi VIKIT.. .\!It h,>u'li: well Lnoxvn to travelersand !I what ;you said! ::1.. ut the cot of coal a two-vmrV rour,e. ,linlin< tn fie I ,1"lIfr.- of I.I. B

"'I :. .!i."i '-ulilid ovirtaU, I rolltctorsi! : of curiosities, the Lorn :: and gas in the jailor try ui::;ht. and ANNH I! tR r PMO A 1 U htet-on IIEUIE 1"n\'l-r AKMIIS'"dlllll.I.,1.lulIU.... Bar" U. rh.I."IoJD1.'lh Laa l<'t.ti.H.in ..I ,..I,v"

.t iiid >l.ii>iiiiu' biiu nut or arnil nut." of Japan was al- we ".';ran to woi.dtr low; v\e could H'iiTHI; IM'lKMrin..\. iMirlh. I.a'nn"un I .', ,a.i ..f.. aoi .1.1... ...
.
I 1..-buub-Ilrtlu. old 1.1vt'ii I : economize for you and nually MrXiceAHow sired inWtntatou reiirdinir i Ii. taw. |irr ninrii. Dililtn.Al.lIKIirj
tno-t wholly unknown to fruit and nut .
.
I "AI IH I Ilt..ul..f l.iw It"i *rtiu.ut
'
.' ': >:o dad t*> set amt I I.j Id dealers in this country prior to l" Svhen : : tlccidfl that we could at -1:0VICTORIA::- !,.. l..nU Kl.,

i 1"ivv tlifiiuU of 1I\1 .t-1 a New lurk commi'-sioii merchant I Ic'mt stop the duck and tare wear and -

'lolltid jotlir: 11.) V Iu.e I ru-eived: the trot! large cunsin I I tear on the works you 1 1iovv. I

.<> hi that lilaikpjard- ineht.: They are Killed "MXnil nuts'' ,I Tulane University of Louisiana.

\ on ought; to lot more l)(' ':iu",e UMil in tertain forms of Jap- caliir-.s ('.UlllI>t I.' Cure I Ii MADE KY ACME BREWING CO. I i
No'LV O..ln"I1".
t .' "u'\C ;':ot the right 11f'J \'- artese w.'I' hip where tiny are placedon i i
by local applications a-s they cannot IJi:>r 10-CK.M BOTtLE UEKItIN I

the altar and iziuted. lit.n:,' very I, reach the dieaml portion of the TOWS.DANNHEISBER. EDWIN A. ALDERMAN: LL.[)
I I Pre d
':'v -sir I must apologize, I rich in oL: they burn with a hot bluish .,
.. i t..r the Ljirl of -. The : fijime and Rive off a 'eiulinr odor tIe :: ear. Tlieie i i- only one way to cured ,. .
i BROS. .
lull Cour'-\ i.au11Ua.lru r> In 'iii" nr.< \f..t a. ...:.. y 4Neven
"!v \\on- I fumes lain;; :MippOMtl to no as an a<*- : <'afns, and! that is \by constitutional / I'\"P/"Rt. 1'"arllll"lIlo r>'< teen HulctlllJt 1 ii..t\ I..t...._ I MRadorki
'. remedit Deufntis i cau-ed AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED : and Work bop.. >|.tfUliJ .liepitrtnit-iii hr N" omen lo &I,.. >'-.....tlttt ( "'.''i''
llIo11ifi.lJ-aJ': ::
) no <'if'table incense to the ::0.1:>. Tl,.'yjrrow i
; i i' Tulane nmkt- I."d..rIII all viH-alinii. in forilum for in.tr",4Mm a>" ,.inr........-.
i ',!Mit. 1 quite set' how!' undtr water and hat leaf Tile ;I ; I I. f Harper TOtoy. In tbtf outii tbiy.oll: rl.tur. ..n.. 1.1 u>1"ntk la.l W>.Min <.. ..., ...tt

"nrrl..1. Maciiitioeiit ; an American lily. tli* form of the nut i mu-on. ; \ i iWhE'1I l! theai-a'lt-mli: d'partln..n01>. n'" Uiuni"n* him t.tp.B..-* of _..... ... =
: street.l .
Main House 401 S. Palafox ..
.
I have' tl'jlor keislon t ardandln.Lpu4lndurmsurir.se two r u> OftItctR".t'.y
t I\ imMl nioniinc tii' itself bei1an )tlino..t i'\att iounterpart tins tube i i-inllatned yon acrtileinicluJeni. fur i.lt-h-lp In tS" A.a1.a.let'oll.dn. "" *..... (t( -.raarly .n...r..<
I R. R. Union
: ii1.:.-I."llIluuu wpro. ttt UIIsan l>uft':>lo's bead droi "'pIn I a rumbling sound or imperfect hi ar- ,, Exchange-Opp. Depot!I for colleiB:: work, will '" J'.ied ""% !ronl inability t.. f..f tunn..,. Men > imiu tagtasuctoiwr -
I in;:. and when it i- t entirely closedDeafness P. O. Box 2s 1. Pen acola, Fla I I I I.t. Send for Catalogue.C .
bornand ail. In the raw tate I
I is the result, and unle* Phoues 116-263. Addr.. K tfNfilpLlMrri.rpWE : .
To My Friends. hard and tasteless but when
.
they are I the iiitlainin.ttion can he taken out ...
iy I tell you what Kodol (okrd the Laver re,*ml>l,s that Ilf and this tube rt torea to itnormal I, ___ n n _ _

I was troubled with myeveral oiled chestnuts. They are said to re- condition. hearing will l>e destroyed :|>- WILL-0*

:'.r month*. I'pou tnia their edible qualities fur upward ; forever; nine cases out of V n are :

\ :-1,1 to u-e Kodol I did
cannot tell the rood it ', but an surface inflamed condition of tliemucous 'I IWe [ CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK OF ,1i001)5 I I : : )

!..H. A 1lt-I 'Lb"r had dyi -- llflrn the MrllioJ of Treatment. ,
will One Hundred: Dollars !,
: hat i he had tried mo t Au i'ld ne",io preacher divided his give

:. I told lam have to u-e Ko- f-l'rWlllI into two juirts-Crst, all do (for catarrh altca') that" of Deafnes cannot be(icau cured"ed b'Hall' by\' at and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of
i 101-! "f gratitude Colorbun I
; i
i hinls in file test and si-couJ, all de
-.. because I r>com- ,; Catarrh Cure. bend for circular I i Fall Goods-
and bredren -+ :*-
I do
,t.lie"Y.. Fry Yill'1 things: not in text, ; free.

H. .tit':, aud strength, of mind \\e'll WTas>tle wid do second part fust" F. J. CJI }; .\" & Co, Toledo 0. --- -. - -

... .1. \\n.nd ou the tnmach.. I Ii Sold by Dru;{:,: :;ts. 75c. .s doz Men' Laundried t fchirts, 6S pair Ladies'Spruu heel rh.i.-.. Ot .V'-ir b-'V. r. ailr I., .. I ....J.i .

'. .! .utivityof the digestive j i Wee Is the emblem of fertility and I regular Hi to close at jijc.I regular ?! good, to clo-quick at soc ;i W- .."iry It full hue.1 H..jr, >MIIU,

K.-diil, the great recon I the custom of throwing it after a bridal ehav'ea 27 doz Men1 Colored Laundried pair. | > IU.JT ulu, r.jf,tlu i'fle., II art,
t- lac. cute all stomach couple arose from a wish that they Refrigerators i iI I to I ; close ;5jc.LI S3 Ladies' Low ,
shirts, regular Tic, to at pair Cut Slipper,
'A' : : "indue-tioii.dys-- ', might be blessed with a large family. I few left, which we will sell'I regular U,2j: goods; to close at | lot Ill 110/.' \\'...*| ...it., r.ir.Ur ntte*
K 'd.'I I di.'etany! good food --- -- Marston; I doz Men's Colored Laundried tI.! ;"I and H I.TV to tto* M M,U ..HIM .
at cost. $ Quina.VbolenaIe. I
1 1'tkr! ., doe after meal*. 'i TEX CENTS WILL KCV trial size of I I Shirts: regular GOc good, to clo-e at pair. I lloy" All-Wuul mito, t.t+tt

1 I' .r-iiacy, John heppard, Ely's Cream Balm ; enough to convince \ > 35c ; these goods should go in 2i fis pair Ien''! Low Cut i Shoes r*e- I; pries U i al UiM>JM, to ei... .t II M

I..1' ::1rrston you that it is the greatest nf .| hours. ular |1.W ft'OOdto clo-e: at ti 2') I and |J: (.> .....
A Frenchman teaching In a.
remed'ifcfor nasal catarrh or cold in was I I 20 doz Men's French Neck Balbri- I W. ci rry the Urvwt MM ml Ho,.'
: lare school where he bad a reputationfor pair.We
(jOuimi have the head Full *ize 50 cent All I mistakes. One gan Undershirts: at 20c regular 25c carry the largest line of BojVHboes Pant carried by toy bow |. lPcity.
making some queer .
t rent nice Dressers and I I dru;:si'tWe mail it. goods. of any houe in Pensaeol4.
':. ELY BKOS., 56 Warren Street day be was taking a class which was I 30 doz Men's French Neck BalbrigI ;- Bring your boys to uws can fit All Of .nr U.JI44'. !led MY...'

v. .Stands very cheap. : New York. ',I rather disorderly. What with the heat gan Undershirts, at 30c, regular 4jc. them in any ..ize. drop titeb. I
the thing to go with : 1;j3; Second :Street Albany. Y. and troublesome boys he was very sold by others: at 3oc. We have just received a foil line pair
Mer ELY BKOS.:-I iullered snappish. Having punished several II'J d')1 Mu....' f.U...k. h.i.t.
All dollar line of underwear to' of Linen and Duck bkirt We will I
') jed )greatly with catarrh and tried ditler- I boys and sent' one to the bottom of our I to cloM .t *Vic dot .r I PII" (*rj lib.
close at 50c for choice.
ent remedies without etlect. After the class he at last shouted out In a i, close at 75 cents. your come j TS dot Mm' [.>.-...... half ....., ;
'1 want a nice to of them are worth II.5+). I
present give using one bottle of your Cream BalmI 72 Pair Ladies' Fpnna Heel Low | rcirulir I ..... a& &to pair.
!.d. jo and look through the found relief and I cannot praisetoo ,I passion "Ze whole class go to zd Lot- 'I' Cut Slippers, 2', to 7, regular $Igoods We carry a full line of i-klm. We hau '...,'a.j a faf line itnf j-

: line of suitable articles at hizhl'such a remedy tool"T! to close ai70c pair. Look at our window dl*play. ( l..1dl... hid;: Ukt... In all -.4M. t
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"pt.en. you surely can find COR.'ILL.RD.. I .
:MRS

.Ilythll1.!Iur to please in the Diamond you. If line you i, Sept. ST-JMttj.! I !Stomach The best and physic-Chamberlain's Liver Tablets. Easy to I 1! Remember, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we will have lloom.

him before I
to
see
you buy. : You can get your house take. Pleasant in etlect. For ale
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.1' 'iter coolers that do not' furnished complete Mar- by ers.all druggists and medicine deal F. E. BRHi/tfNER'S

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'e ice, at the Willis ; ston (S' Quina'son easy payments ,
1-ynj-BaUain Kcnevr Right Away I t 10; SOUTH PALAFOX 8TKEET.53S OI( 11
: 't-areCo.'s. I weekly or monthly. I tad alakta I eM"-'edr end of co "4 and CO.L. I f<






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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA MONDAY. AUGUST 25,1902
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;. TWO SUNDAY Nasal Ear's VJNLAP HATS t; $ i IlStroo g e sIIIII t I ilk \ft\



; ,. S CATARRH Aq ....OPENING DAY THURSDAY, AL'Q. :2S. -
J FUNERALSI I In allt8 r ages there .,GDenaud The l::'tKittling'IlRali .. al
. be! desi..neea: : MAXfEVER' tleu .
: Catered: at tbe Post Office at Pensacola, I I I ? J
Fall !
ria.. eocond-cl. matttr. Ely's Cream Balm New Styles .

Miss Melissa Coupee, 56 years of' ':anfe=,(ootheatdtesla tb t
1 OFFICE :-Htf Building 211i! south J THE[ [
I he dsfssd me!Inane.ltenre OUIIABIE[ [
t I tlAlox ilrvel. a p- talrs. age and a resident of Pensacola for eatathanddrivee w THE JOHN \VH ITE STORE. ,
.. co.d iu tbe hud
i.; THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. the past 16 year, died early yesterday qwcy.ay; :a
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morning: at the home of relatives Cream Balm it paced: Into the nostrils,tprtadi FIFE ASSURANCE! [ f.rA ; ,
Terms: Invariably in Advance. over the memb-ace: atd 11 absorbed. Ire:iet I h im-
No. East Belmont
at 07 street. Watson & Co.
One YarbyMail ... ... .........f 5 u I oirdiate and a curefollows.: It is tot drymg: -do*, Green
81& Koath" ... ... *> The remains were interred at !St.Michael's tot produce ir.ttzing. large Sire, 50 ecu:, at Drug. .. t4R..n'fI
Monday IU gists cr by mail!; Tr.al Size 10 cent by mall Slnl
Carrier Payable
week
One b1 in the Edmondson -
cemetery ELY BROTHERS. Wsrren Street New York I I at. HALLIDAY & cO'S OLD STAXli.i.II It I(ofI"urt'lu"
TELEPHONE NO. 118. I plat at a o'clock in the afternoonand _
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the funeral wa largely attended. I BUYER, MR. W. W. WATSON, writes us that: he, a.i..t.d i by deed I from W'
itr.
REAL ESTATE OUR paid
Dan Hunsacker. years of age, a : Mr. R. Halliday i is selecting: a large and up-to-date stock of F",reisn I

protege of Mr. W. C. Norman for I I II I and Domestic Dress Goods and Trimmings, which will arrive very r l'olM 10 I','..,. h... .
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many years, died Saturday night I TRANSFERS ,'I'soon. !i NwTotil lu.att4Dee It.

PE5SAOOLA, AUGUST 25,1902 from the etfects of injuries receivedon While Waiting for These Call at Our Store on l aalsra.tDre. "

last Tuesday night. The remain I I II, lull:

ARMY and navy maneuvers is just were laid to their last resting placein "' ARIOUd transfers: | and Tuesday Xolwlth. ,u.dlf ;
another name for the old fashioned rf ;' Saturday[ Monday clal Ii tr.D. tli of t ..
; of Escambh
of hide and seek. St. John's cemetery yesterday ..:j f/f. J-i1 county greater .*cnrtt >' w

game afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. .'\_*?.;:-.:LJ,K.7'h. realty were recorded I ....and Look Over the Bargains we Have for You.... are holder LOW* thereby and '1.1!. \ '

in The cause of this man's death was n '; during!: the weekSaturday than ,
THE frequent reports of killings oIot-1! :" I I -- t4'r jfivii I.

Mississippi I lead us to fear that the very peculiar. Tuesday night while -7.. "I ending ,

state will soon be depopulated.THE ascending a stairway, going to his I ...,. I Aug 23; like! -1*, all of .i 25 Doz. Ladies' Ribbed Vests 7c each
1: K.OVUS3u : IIICit.I I
:: 0/ / which are reported
I'I'I I
room, his foot slipped and he fell to I II I I I -'z- for THE NEWS by ,

trolley cars and the horsesobject the bottom of the stairs. The fall, '!,I I Thos. U. -Watson & Co., real estate i iI One Lot Ladies' Linen Collars standing and I...n.sat a _

occa-ionally to the automobile besides injuring him about the ribs, agents: I : rs. 1',11' ...
all the j I
mortality I
carrying I turn down new styles, 8 l-3c.
his John K. Ewing Hal to W. T. (rod-1 i iI
honors. broke leg above the knee. The ,
-- ----- I win-Lots :!-1 and L'5 in block -19. Max- .\i -- SANTA ROSA
bones refused to heal aud death resulted I' SUREBAIHINC
WHAT mu-t have been Madam ent tract, corner Oardeu and F'! CALICOES : Simpson's Grays, Wellington Blue

Rochefort's. feelings when Henri's I therefrom. -treets il';;. Prints, Garner's Claret Red and Merrimac EST An, .

fcaberda-her sent her a bill of Sl.cuu.. I j James M. Johnson and wife to :j
Shirting in Light Colors 10 yards forc..
LOOK
PLEASANT PLEASE. ,
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for Heurfpananra hat: ? I Nellie Ward \Iarzoni-55 feet on i i F'i-I! c'wd' w

Photographer C. C. llarlan, of I I north side of Garden street by 135 --- -- - rnnd.1. v 'II i. .'

I Eaton of block Maxeut tr'actJ i I i Our line of Ladies' Broadcloth and Corduroy c' 111 :Irral.",' I
W.\ the ability to get possession i 0., can do so now. though: for I II feet deep 10, | Serge, 11th.., r.fr..tIi'

of the management of the Colorado I years couldn't, because he suller- i ; 11I)11. |!: Skirts, different lengths time duriut' t' co "

Fuel Company "Beyond the Gates" eJ untold an'ony from the worst form I!. W. B. Jordan and wife to William I i loro. !% a i, i .

of All Fi..her-Block front selling now at cost. CHA I
anti did it rive "(;.1te5 Ajar"i indigestion. physician and .HI I. water !

medicines failed to help him till he Henry Bellinjer et al to Ricnard i

IT may be impertinent to ask, but tried Electric Bitters, which worked Howard-Lots -21 and 22 in bluck lol, I I II jn I 1 1 Our Entire Line Table Lim-n. Napkin: and OYSTERS AT NIC AFite

why is England loading the Boers uch wonder for him that he declares E it King tract-*13". I I rflP ,,1 Hill ii 9V 11 V' I><>yli'-" at 4.0 I lIlT tn. iiu'ina! prie". Om .

; with favor and honor and rill turn they are a god-end to -.uffererfrom | AI 'er ulIiv.1t1 Lumber Companyto I llUl illUHUflJ Wlilt Entire Line of Henvtitenei Linen Tray

her deaf ear to Ireland's cries d '''pt'p-ia aud tom a c h l Cover, Table Coverana Sideboard' scarf at one half the origin il price .. .
lug
j troubles. Unrivaled for diseases: of Board of Public Instruction-3 > -t..rI I.
Great Binrain-i On Our Remnant Counter.PP Them'! ,
for help? |ithe i stomach Liver and KiJI1PY",1! felt on ard street by loO feet deep be- '

They build up and give I,' tween Mayo and B streets, Century L S Watch Our Ad for Next Week. .\ i i
TAMI-A getting a lot of questionable ; ,. the wh'llo
;; -y"ttom. Try them. Only .
advtrti-mg from her dailyen1 i ijo<,. Guaranteed by \\'. A. D'Alein-1' ";i.j.,. FINE STATIONER
berte druggist.BANKERS J. C. Pettersen to E. W. Petter-en :
puti u". Ye-terday it was a truant ; GREEN WATSON & CO.
-Half iutere-t in two .'") lot. near ,
husband and his pretty --tenograph-i
mouth of JtavouChicoMaxent tract C, V. FholJiJ" '
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tr. U la will come next"TiE ON
f.JW. Telephone 193. l'/ali&f..tc tr..t .

t'l.ick cloud of the race prob. W. H. Harper and wife to C. L. new 1I1t1'I".f I

Urn hang;;, over Lee county, MHISpippi I I SOUTHERN TRIP Wig'in-H acres of sec '.'t;, tp 2 n, I Paper wait'. 101\1, .

j- where -ix persons were seriouly r :n W-Ul... ,i You Don't Have to TYPHOID FEVER( Kuvrlfpu.| ton' I'alo :

I hot athe result of an attack I I Buckner Chipley to J. Ed. O'Brien j For..i,'f Mail I >I

of organized negroes on two Between 2!:jo, and :'imi bankerwith j -1-20: interest in tilt (franperagrant !> Drink Boiled Water! ..1.11...* "I n'ttc -

white men.Tm their families, from the states of ii-1(, -. IOU. j I; .. .GEI l'\S. .. 1'"huhJ..r.. K tiJtlti >
J. Jophine :S. Graham and hti-band '
-. .il.a.n .
DRINK: ? u tI'h.o
: M. Augustine Hecord says linois, Michigan, Iowa and Indiana:
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I to nuhliu tlll..df'y-fM D>- tvj feet i' umot main! in t;'"' -.1. :n 11: t / ," : :54Sec
r that "with the introduction of fuel !II! will leave Chicago on November M you ii.ivtaken) I <1 ,-, ,f
i: of lotI and 2 in block :. Doiu-1-ou
t oil lOulJ the erection of < I Ifactorie '
come gla s for
a trip through the southeni true-t9t',. 10.

-. Florida i-; running over I states! finally embarking from Mi 1 James _\. Dawandwife to J.r-eph!) I Iii''[ I' -: '
with good material Cpr making both : and Tina Manuelut .>f bt zCi HEPATIGURAWhy 'YO ,.::,1 _
ami for Cuba, almost
the
true routeas
gla+ and pottery. i iTJn .;6. tp 2 s, r .;u *-1:>:j.
the one chosen and travelled l> Kv. n'b..JI'! .
yj i ;
I I P. Maloney to Alfred L. Bia: (ley- '
: Mobile Daily Itegisterisstart- i "f .r' I
i the ; lefe t-:
j large party of Indian !lumbermen
East Ii of lot 1, block 3, Eat ,
King
Jug a boom for John T. Morgan for I run th ri.k..f :un .: I H.-l t f..r it T: -> '.
last year. tract-$lo-V J.I .I, .
loll/ il ,.f Fev-r W'I. a lice t" tM't it .h'i
presidential candid ue on the democratic -ji. J..ilcan
ticket. We await with intertt The itinerary of the trip will place I Emily Wright to M. .\. Uubui- nrikc voitr-elf ab-oiutely Thos. C. Wnt".rn A ,

son-Lot 11, block h. West Kin have -..,1'4rtJt'ui .r
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Colonel Watter.wu'decription the party in Pensacola about November ;: 3jf l>y ihin.: ;< (1.--- r twof ..t.r
to ni'W
jut i
of Mr. )Inrgau'characteristicTits *. I j 23; two days to be pent in I tract-?u<). beer I- '1" !h rr d I/11a-I mi: ".\Tirriitwiii ID entity It!. t >
Benjamin: Hilton to A. C. Thoina \L.u
ti" n. (j" '"1 ,ti v |P -r' "i :'HI clean-- \' 'urt"Jjj -.f ill will user n :
aud around Birmill '
hHn. -Lot1 t4, block 13:. East King earth \vh rt m.nk'lId111'5 i ; : in Lirttlpri; -nn- ..TYPHOID -n
: wive of the Millers under the
s
This !
crowd i< made up of some of I tract-fl. and will findSchlitzbecristhcr1cokrniztd FEVER GERMS >>r any ?.tt.rPrice. /:
leadership of ")I..lht'r JOllt' ; aregoing purity. v >u
I NOTICE TO CAS CONSUL'After ,
the
wealthiest men of the Wet, and rid ;1'f1lJ.
to bombard the nextesiou of I SHATTERS
tougrt=*. a la Coxcy, if the etnke 1- !i! while it is celled :a bankers': excursion ALL RECORDS. pure beer. i i J..l>- --I t .
: TwK-pin luupital. I,'. A. i': ,,, .
not settled before it meet 'lite #till there will be with them i lialled3'e.'f'rhplla. For fifty thi Schlitz r""III- "f ti (* ".- >
\ All., paid a vast um to ;, years 50 Cents Per Bottle. li- at N ,- ;2rtii'l to
tlbhtiu member- will capitulate and -otne members the Chicago Hoard! |) doctor cure of agencies have tollowid Ii ir.I'M, -tr....tf
severe case p.le ,
the -trtnuouones will take to the of Trad--who ; :'white men's 1 For Sal.- Ml Pin..I-'- i
:are known by conqiu-st-
rtputa-j I cau-ing2l tuln rs. When all failed l i
WOtd f
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-- tion all over the country. An Illinoii !' BucklenV Aruiei Salve soon cured They are twenty year old

J"I; think I am ju-tified iu slyin" :I, ut-w,I1.II'f'r, in speaking: of the quersAches him. ;Subdues, kills: lull 1'ain t1UmatlOJl;. BetaIve, con- \'!j: !in South Africa. 'JEWELER IN HIS /V/v wtathor ni '

1| that when the contents of Unwell'|'I jaunt, said that millions of dollars ,Iin the world. :;c. at W. A. D'Alem-1 j,: Schlitz beer \va f.mlOu10 I '
j ji
; ." aire' will are known it will be: found j ; berie'-1 drag etore 'Siberia before a railrodr'was:: g ra.w ;roii', ) ""r
i worth of property will be NEW STAND
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I that he laOl made: gifts to charity represented -- -- thought of. 1 I keen cutting 1.11/1"

i which will a-toni the whole country in this party.: When Japan and ( hma and trrtt.vistihru- ,

t ," declare u New York broker. This important excursion went to ROOFING HAS I I first began to awah. Schlitz -: irilltft Ifardn'nr i
I I have moved my J.we Iry -tor toI
The Atlanta Journal
thinks "there Californii 1m year and several beer was advertised in tn<,trnewspapers.
i doubt that the I I I'M Soutli I'alaf'.v. fJrwforly..l.u.
no gentleman BEEN FINISHED
isj! members are reputed to have mad ..
,. FRANK SECARI'S BATH
right in Inc niclu.ioii if his prem-'1 pied by 1le C' and um nIw
} heavy investment as an outcome .,f ,, Almost as soon ;c* Dt-wv better pr-pareJ thin ever to jfi-e
ii
Ire correct.
t : the trip. Ii II i| captured Manila 210 > ir- (I great bargain-in; dnm uid-. W' atchi (10"1' w..tfor .,- '
_. .. i MtsrJol.n' CleuK-nts and John!
-- : day t.r.t t i!- I' :
,
t loads of Schlitvrt nt Call and and
etc.
:!i .jewelry per ine .
WK are informed by the Florida Clark rII4 I p*rtllrtit f t '
Self i'rofft-ti expertliter from New Orleans -
there. let convince ,
J Index that "inacnmuiunicati-jnad-i i I me you.J. LI nd alit \1"
f I demaudthat: you ba ou the alert to Irtve been !here for sometime Today Schlitz t-'nct i. dre"*d. L. Robertson, i .

r; adjutant general the Confederate see: that you pet Painkiller ( Perry1Davis' ', employed in putting a slate I,. dot the globe that when it Ii i ij is I c"tt l..r' (',.s i;1 I

!t' Veterans" of Flllrd'inn.. Wm. M. ) when you a-k for it ; some''j I roof on the recently! erected offie (j i midnight at one it i i- nuon- j. Don't drink anything '.." ('.\FI-:
dealers will
and
K.,bbm*. Park L'mmtli--Toner, says : i! try persuade you to j i' building of the Gulf Transit Co. on i iComnnndancia day I at another. 'lf MONDi:: tOFFKK.: >',." /.. \ AAAAIrAAAAAA 1

I' The reportof the Gettysburg Na- take something else, claimed to be j I The which ,' ,
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quality by .
: : wharf. pure. All grocers .lilt. JA-
j jut as good ; insist ettiuiPaiu1 .
tioual Park Cl\mmi"5h\n. lj>!'a.111(1,1 j upon ? I a
Schlitz beer has di HAVE YOU NWHATISMISSE
I i
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won im
1 killer the remedy which has been I The gentlemen finished this work j jSaturday TOBY GKOCKJIY CO._ Di-tribu-!
I inclusive inu-trated with ,views of, I
[ | tion has been it- it.-oiutr
J the" park and work thereon, have) the worli' family doctor for fill : afternoon and the building tor*. j"i:( '
1 years ; it never fail to purity, P-verv: phy->. : .i n 'n '
fr been published and reque-t* for stop diarrrnea.srripin : ii now ready for occupancy so far a* |: l :
pain in thetomach bow- world over will r 'rD'tl' nd I The Utie-t line of r "rIlIl,( llv..r
! copies should be addressed to 't.'ua- or j: the roofing is concerned. The i iI good and silver novelties .
els. job i ij 'ichlittin.: hi i* t< o .VVVMVIt
I dysentery, etc. Large bottles :3 cr tn.tt 'm. u iIPVVq, V"
Cotta found at J. I. Stephens'. Pnc... iI <,
I Ii ha been pronounced an excellentj .
:ress." and 'at cents. :Milw mk f .in .t i- I; please all. ". -- ---
j and the contractors have been !

I THE Taiipi rrlbunt'- speak out i I will in repair your watches aDd i j receiving many compliment on it. j' Only ab- ilutely pure Rater. fr'of *-.. for nIl lilt v !n* want U1ftn.t.
jewelry first-class
style. J. J } all fevr .
cerm-t iuM by th -
pertinently to the Tampa merchant;, : : ph.D", the je"
:Stephens i Mr. Clark went back to New Or- Wet Florida Meam L./k.ry in baking -
and the advice I..; equallyipplicable: : ;:"mlUnd. rota
bread and cake.ni'i, they 'il I.t
f to our Pen.icola: merchautlt ; ,: lean lat nifjht.; Mr. Clements remained take every'ii.it try pr.lItI..lI. --

J says: "The outlook for plendid :: TO CELEBRATE i : here and thimorning The Beer ofCivilization Their bread: and cakare el|",tu and, .7// Fuss '*! .

J bu..ine.. -eaon is the brl htet the: went to Barranca to attend to a bis; wholE'lJm. 1i.Id.it; rocking chairs U
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t merchants of this city have had In i i ANNIVERSARY
contract secured
on some government J'r ,',
. years. P.ecau-eof *uchanencouri.r-1, Ball Bearing, keen cutting ijQuina's.. : >
buildings.i .
in;: outlook, our merchant; have -- -- Lawn Mowers, at theil'illt.s lof('.
i
i bought largely, in the northern and The first annisersarv" of t''u Rit"i- ,i; ALL WERE SAVED. Hardware CrI /*
' cistern market aud will be better i'I
boneiterwill be on n..xt't'dn -- "F,Ir year I uflerf-d -uch untoldmisery 'I
' SLOT SEAMS
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the trade iu 'f.uurerritory.. The H. J hu-ton. of lrourhton, Ga., I

i wie merchant will want to go into 'I keeping with the event will be: given ,, "that often I wa unable to work. Pen aeola Fla. I'II . . PING-PONG EFFECTS
1 I Then, when _
at K. of P. hall. everything failed. I' I
i detalletohave the public thoroughly to which a good
.i.I wa wholly cured by Dr. kin;'. Xew : West Florid' steam
Bakery bread AUGUST 29. ..
. informed about the excellence and many will bo invited. Beide a. Di-covery for Consumption. : j r :i'-: .
My wife i i i. the bet. Ab-olately
y t cotnpletnes of hi* tock ; and like feat nf good thin?*, already in I I|: sutfered intensely from Asthma, till free of germ. I is used in pure inakinjr water.it. I I'll.-.: If- .,lW t\ i '.

all wise merchants, he will select the it cured her. and all our experience Try it. ahieod3t 5'f-tnl iot'> Butter -. )' .
course of preparation. splendid pro- goes to show it i* the bet Croup'medicine -- -- --- 1'111 WO'iJICH"HERRMANN .
newspaper as the proper medium tot :O\t'l'tt'lIJb.r "upt'/

Inform the people about the Inducements cram ha* been made up and will be ;i convince in you the world.it's unrivaled A trial will for 'At Almost' tC Copt 6 For) the next furniture I rt'Cf'lVfoJ. It will ;j'
lays-
( that are to be otft'rt'd.t rendered. Throat and Lung diseases Guaranteed at O.- : hu dr... ikfr>/ i '.

bottlerti.aid II I ttr). TrUlbot- M. Pryur's to make room for Dew and look over ">ir .:
t Pure water, free of contamination, Headache ; ties free at W. A. D'Alemberte's. stock.
: ...THE GREAT..
I .
i* used by the Nest Florida Steam I

Kakery. Buy th ir bread. It is the Biliounf'. sour stomach fon"tratjon CONCERT AND DANCE AT Lay the dust. You can buy IN' MASTER PROGRAM THE FOUNTAIN PENi

best. Pure and wholesome. and all liver ills are cured tyHood's LGXGLI.BLl'FF THURSDAY garden hose at the Willis I A OFi ,

. a\eod3t I PillsThe NIGHT. TRAINS AT t.. bit) AND hardware Co. i New Magical Sensations 4ti '.if, tr i'''
i ui r- u.
i
ladies skirts and walste'is ;
Cleaning ) 9. LAST TRAIN
r. s-irritaticathartic Price RETURNS:; AT : .' .
AifOMtMMKI'( I W' a
one of or.r specialties Star Laun 25 ft'r.B 'f a, d-u.--ff- jr hy mail of ivI
11 :50. TICKETS 25 CENTS, All '!
C I. Hjxd J: C L l t.i. Mass. AT water used at Anderson's h9- W >
dry. I DEPOT. been distilled. The Musical: Goolmans. k<




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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, AUGUST 25.1902. : I

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-- 200. Booa.c I ed with Winchester rifles. These :
. O'NEAL President; F. C. HORTON. Cashier ; I '
G'j.'fOSHEE,Vice.President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. arms are not for the purpose of I

j bringing the negro into subjugation, I

AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF as he can be bandied with no diffi-1 ;

culty, but they are carried for the !

PENSACOLA, FLA. purpose of protecting the black

brute from the vengeance of infuri- ;

Designated Depository of the United States. ated citizens. It was determined to

Condensed Statement at the close of basiues Aug. 21. l00'o! I first let the law take its course, thenif I

,,, that remedy proved unsatisfactory -

RE OURCE.-!. LIABILITIES. i it was not improbable that a

. able..r. .. .... .... .. .... .... '350. OJ.19 Capital Stock ... .. .... .. .... ... ...... .? 200000.001: will take when the ; t
i 1.U:1"I.: .&72 i-t i Surplus Fund.... ..... .... .... ...... .. .... 10,000.00 lynching place
: \ .f- .... .... .............. ...... .... 469! .!NJ.; Net Profits! ...... ...... ...... .... .... .... 10.242.94 man shows his ugly face around this : : : I
, ii !iid-! and Premium... ...... ...... lb7,171.S7 Circulation. ..... ...... .. ...... .... .... .... 100.00000 I
., cuntetc.... ...... .... .. ...... 2,625.00. Deposits ..... ...... ............. ...... ..... 890,463.71 vicinity.
. M. and Fixtures..... ..... .... .. .... 6.7IM.48 "Bill" Johnson, a neighbor of ; j

:i ... -:.' :sp- .. ... .. .... .... ... .... .. .. .. foH! I
1 Kxrf.aujre: ...... ..... ... ... .. .... 1 w' ,.o6.iUiloioti6.i Mrs. Dixon's, prevailed upon citizens I 1
l. to apply to the officers for a punishment ! ;
$ f 710,706.65; j I
of the negro.

4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. I Mrs. Dixon's daughter Mrs. John < '

,I :Myles resides on West Government'street i I
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I I and thither the old lady was :

VVIIOLBTEItEIt B. H. FAIRCHILD, j jf2 i iI I i FLUSHING THE I AGED LADY i I IASSAULTEDi sent. I I: :-a !


WATER PLUGSAll HARPER-MERRITT :0 f'
EAST ROMANA STREET. :

"i JiJ RefinIshing Furniture aSpecialtf. ,
c" MARRIAGE YESTERDAYMiss >.

day: yesterday and today em :;

r itoaoa os.: ployes of the Pensacola; :: Water Co. ,
I Ii SHE SWEARS OUT A WARRANTFOR 1
were engaged in opening and flushing Mattie Merritt, daughter of i

R. K. WHITE the water plugs Mtuated in different THE ARREST OF A 0. \1. Merritt, and Mr. Joseph M.
rh..i -
portions of the city, but more Harper were wedded at the Olive :
NECRO MAN.
ik-r, .Manufacturing J.. i
particularly East Hill, which !io; i Baptist church at 4 o'clock yesterday .

<1.1 i.ra'luate Optician, conceded to be a typhoid fever dis -- I afternoon, Prof Tate olliciatin,. i I ..

i fill M n'arlJl&, FI.. trict. TIll' purpose of this tlu hinfri I Ii. Mrs Delia Dixon a white lady! The church was thronged with i

- I Iy ito run the water as low as safety nearly !'M years of age, almost help- I friends of the happy: couple several \
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-v-"y" v"
will allow iu the stand pipe before I le*;; and in poor health, came into 1'ensacoliaus being among the Dum i i ;

I n"xt.uncJw:: when that important I the city this morning and subscribed ber. I ..

JEWS NOTES 1 : p.'rtiou of the watercomp'\ y's plant to a warrant before County Judge After the ceremony a number of

-< I will be thoroughly cleaned.In I Thos. R. McCullagh: which charged.: their friends were invited to the .
: I
".,.,.J..J I the presence of two city aldermen a nesro < the name of whom i U withheld ,, hand-(ome new home of the groom ( '
o
.nrl can find profitable yesterday; one plu was opened I until his arrest with assault I 1 near Olive, where refreshments! were

: it tc: laboratory: of then on the hill and water ran from it for I with intent to rape. i I served and greatly enjoyed.The .

'' icmic.il Co. on South: nearly three minutes before it was Mrs. Dixon resides about five I I presents were numerous and : .

:. Apply today. clear. miles northwest of the city In the I elagaut. :: .

-' ;.h-! Hthe jf-wf-ler, ha* The opinion now prevail* that the vicinity of the Eva Springs mills. Miss j Merritt was one of the most IaI

i'jn S,tgth I'aljfox street, source of contamination w.the old I Her son brought her as far I as the I I popular ladies of the Olive .
".sorted by J'.ass & Co., young I !
dia- and filthy re-ervoir which was putout 1 county court house where she was neighborhood and has been an active I t .
"ter.tig great bargains: ; iu : !
.....itcUejewelry! j etc. Call of ue last week. Thi opinion dropped until he could endeavor to I:! church worker. ,

:Mill. : was held by members of the council, i dispose of some vegetables by which I,| Mr. Harper is a prosperous young I,

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'.-a'-old Terminal Company spoken to yesterday: and seems to be i food for his mother could be obtain. man and has a large circle of friends.all .

: it.- train to Fort Kirrani borne out by facts coming to light; i ed. The old lady was so shocked of whom heartily congratulate

,,. lIi !lt. It will leave every day. As this re-ervoir is no with her experience with the brute him upon his choice of a life-partner. .
o'clock and return
I
longer in me it stands to reason that that she could not eat a bite wheu it .
,- it I llto'clock.trel't
.A Mtlilg.i the water ii now about freed from was offered by the sheriff, who was iTHE WEATHER

puts of a few weeks ajo.: deeply moved by her tory, which, .
.'ivenat Magnoliatin I
i I ) ) '
to say the lea-t. was a horrible one. 1 %
.: : L. & X.IlJcobeufit i
: ..- of the JUST LOOK AT HER. She told a DAILY NK\\S reporter TO-DAY : .

Hume and the Whence came that ;sprightlytej>. that between the hours of 10 and 11 II I II : I

.. ; Ivi delightful faultle-s ,kin rich complexion, o'clock yesterday morning she was I l.t
Locnl torfc t-Fair tonight and Tu -
', ,!!ts will ber : :smiling face" She looks goods, feels I, I > ,I"j!
sitting on the front porch of her day; light to resh n"ll!h'a-tdly to a. -b-r- : ;
I good. Here's here secret. She u..e\, \
home. Alone at the time, she was ly wInds.i .
: Methodist Dr. Kind's Xew Life Pill:. Resultall i I ?
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next I organs active, di:;e-tion good!, no interested -omething transpiringup 1 i I! K :t
i \\ i \ ur-i ns i Temperature in Last 24 Hours :
i : _' 'I! ft-. adults, : headaches, no chance for "blues." the road find wa looking intently )Maxliiiuni. .. ... .... .. .. d"jrt-I' -,:
..... ... .. ." ;
W.
i I' c-nts. Thei' Try them yuur-elf. Only 2;5c. at iu that direction when a shadow fell 'lIolIUUUI .degree. .t '.1-.

.. .I'.. wharf at 4 A. D'AlemberteX acro-s the gallery. Turning her I Temperature Elsewhere : .

.' 7 1,1 : the other! I !i head quickly ;she observed standing I I )11\(. Min. : + ., :,

'L, and returning I WRONG MAN her the 1 .\tlln: ta .... . .................. MKitiimrck ti I S : I |>. : '
.r-will be wait- near brute. He had never ................._..W ,\.I I
1 : Chicago ..... .......... ...... K M I t'
entered her -
U! a.irere. premises heretofore and Cincinnati ..... ........._...._.-..7tatst r, 1 ..
i WAS ARRESTED I ton_.._... .. .. . ..._ 100"I' I "
his yu.Jdeu i
'?! : father of appearance quite unnerved -. Huron .. ................. 71 -,'
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I Jackionvllli1 .. .. '.' -
'. /. of this; city died I I"I"n -- I her.VV'tthout I I k n':is iity; ... .. 7-*- 1KcjVest 7'-- I
)li- ., SuuMc '' saying a word however I .
:- :", ; A deputy from 3lontgonlery..11.L, ,, Memphis 7.' /I'

wag out of the arrived Siturdiy evening for the he grabbed her up in his arms, car. !, Moltile Montgomery '-0.' 7 7Jt ; I

.I that pi ice and wasI Tied her into her own home and Sew t'rl.UI' ,-. ,- I,
I of at the ar- \ 'w York 7' '
looking negro -
I who!' knew him. )Ir.I purpo-e I Hvunnali .. -i 7St. I
veteran of two wars, re-ted the diy previou- suspicion i maJthe assault, which in the etd LouN ,', : i t
I will result in the 1 --
possibly victim'
distinction iul
I with j
of being a man wanted in Alabama: I .
war and in the civil iwith.
for murder.
iti Odd Fellow of high the I' She fought the demon t" her full MARITIME.I
The was pronounced
t n. -H a member of the negro i : ..
; iikolou-i: a number of wrong man as soon as he wa ...f.en ability, but Ins brute pa;-iou made I i :I !, ; ,.. i
of him a ;giant in strength; and he : EXPORTS. : !.
llf.1 century. He ii but the deputyaid he resembled in I For August t to date $ '\" dIAKUIVE0. ;t ,
soon overpowered his victim.In ..
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wife and seven1Vhiteatteuded ,
i' .ving: features: the man wanted very much. i : ;
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the I lighting; him, Mrs Dixon's face :
I i The man arrested went by a number It -> KfLiuia H.lfua.-: .c. ".ao. I'liilnilrlplim : ... .
I was scratched badly and her shoul totull'1'ransit CoT i
1 I of names, one of v.hich was I : ,.. 1<{
lady palmist. now loi. der wrenched. On account of the \ 1(1 \KXTINKUr .
Peter Jackson. As this \vas an all is I j
has since her I -s 01l'I'IIIOC6..1. Jan,"', lm-no II .
I i.- Iliyou latter injury she walks with "
., lms of some of I: held by the real murderer the olli- great Ayrts MII t p i iI difllculiy this morning and is altogether -
I
:-ntial business men, i I cers thought they had the right man THE SHIPPING.VE I ;
I an object calling for com-
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and all\ were well\ I when they l'irkedlim up.As

i I'niiiouuce her work :I soon as, the attempt to identify passion from everyone. : IS PORTSTFN'ritty. : |

wonderful. : him failed, he was relea-ed. ,
: 'r1' and When her story was told at the I '
I I'I Kurlio I'.auk, I17, Muklelon.lo! Hulli : I r
1 .-in tell\ so correctly i The 1,1: future i is a mystery.theirivei I I' Am E>f'yn! 11<, Mills, to Gulf Transit
look well. The weak don't. Hood having offices therein were also i Co
somdtirt: .1 Br 1'ity of (Cloui'fstfr 2UJ! Milburn, to : l ; ( l I
S irsaparill: nnke the weak strong. I
w' arts convinces: all tint: __ i ii deeply moved and at once communicated I (suit TranutCospan !
t I Kranci'Cft. KW. Kchevari to Gulf !
r-ad correct and she the details'! : to the sheriff at.. TrBD,it Co :'
i ANNOUNCEMENT. I Br Lady Mildred.:, Willto Pen-acoII I
.11- money if you are the county jail. Sheriff Smith lot Lumber I II ,
,u-li.'d.goand let her I bet! to announce that I have c- I I t Kr fortugalcte, 2307. Koherts. to fcntucu- I ,
time in i
no investigating the matter la Luinhnr t o
r-it iu the oak groveUai cepted.tposition with Me..-rs. W. J. I Kr lyilhrlnunaM7t!\ tune, to Fr JohuKus i
: and had the old lady taken to his r'chretrr i 1
I;, Atli and U. Forband will .t--unie my i'II +eit'9. I : ; : .
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duties IU't'pt.. l-t. I will pleased I ollice at the jail, where her story :
1 Kndymion, !>.', rllrrsm. to Baacs.liunwoiiy I I
<-r ;Melon I to meet my friendand respectfully was again told. The deputies, an : 4 Co I
IP eu-ily associated.i i solicits the patronage whicn! they so i ii I Nor Noreg. Cisu. Kjorn-. to order ) | ".
attorney and all who heard it the ,I HARKS :
i t hd griVe trouble of i extended to me in the : i i
pist.All :
liberally .
,
Il.UlIIl'h sutTering. second tune were wroth and surmised .i. Kus! \Australia) Kmivrston to order i
will Nor Avleniore. I i. Hansfn.toordfrIt : Ii
entrusted to
orders me receive j !
j-rofu-e sweating what these in human Bice, ".., Olfet-r. to I'arodi A Co I i .
next brutes :
a-t with vomiting.valuation especiil attention and with a I Nor Klififr.'Tl. Johnson, to order IIIAKKtSTtSt | I,i
-. Treat vl,- larger and more varied stock at my' form would attempt. i :. I II '! i i ;
l'! -rrDavis' '. llkillf'r.II I will be enabled to fill Bruce Hawkins.54'uinn. to order I
command. The ride from the court house to I -CHOoNtR-: i .
I' ,
-Life. i- a ;
:
Ht-nimno..VJ,Clark, to niter --
and well.1 Am Villa \
ilru..:'it'Jo and o 4l k.. i them sati-uctorily : : tt'e jail again greatly weakened the i I !I
will be to merit your confidence I
: aim aired victim and she could hardly i NAVAL 8XOUKH MAltKhT.tteportfd I
in the future ain the past. I
[ SPECIAL MEETINGOF (iEO. BUSI"I I II! speak until re ted. Then the fact Dally for The News bj \

I I came out that she had left her homein I! Union Saul Storei Co. i iI ."

YACHT CLUB : ATTENTION, ESCAMBIA RIFLES. fright yesterday soon after the assault I I i ww -. .._. 53"BO8I5.Ji.: ... .. ... 117" I' ..

1! and had not eaten anything I WIJ.. ... :i 1\0 U. : *
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hereby ordered to _... .. .. .a Y. _. I :'I' &
Aurdrt12t L
I
,..."ting of the I'etijiu'ola I at ar nnare hall on Tuesday; since. With walking about and the ,Ia.. -. ..... slli E.. .. 110K. I f' \ \\ t ; lit'.
!. tj, 15W.' at i o'clock p. m., in fatigueuuiform : I total food abstinence, together with .__ .. ..... ...... :>5 U. ... _.. ,. iiI ( ..
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will b.- held tonunt at and le<" in.ro. it is will I 1._............... .__ 1I;) C below 11'I "
1 the fright, thought
l'1.H't and important I, Annual muter and inspection by great I .T1IIT' TtllraliTIlCa-U'S.I f ,
:\djl't\lIt.t'uHal.! I I work very hard on her. I
will be disensed.a'em [ Hv order of II I I'itlnl-t I' '. I ,
I I' J.VMK.-C. WATfON.PETER : Deputy Sheriff Keeling and an- --- -.......- .. ..- _}._------_. 1 h..
"ut of the Labor ,
: an'!
Captain.1st : X. n26ttl the Palmist on >
Am,
other party who knows the country CONSULT of importance. Big Bayou, lai I
ri-ii'ifsted the yacht: >ert. i tent near Palmetto Ueach. tan. t'
thoroughly, left for the scene at !1--- ----- -- -- -- --
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jud.-.: for the water, I I | ,
II 'i cost for the i, coon. It was told them where the ,, '\'nllh..I. : '
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b' trJ will b1 -- :
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', Ill UILUIU room;fornew: make negro lived and where he had been \\TANTKK-A whIt girl.; Apply at lab- ; ;' ,. :
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:: ; !1..tll.;: : I" I t ?:ock. 1 > oratory ot Smita-Cobo Cbvmieat
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l"H.d. O. M. Pryor. I seen this morning. They were arm. I Company att I



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, THE DAILY NEWS: PENSAC OLA, FLORIDA MONDAY. AUGUST 25. 1902

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I DR. COLTMAN IN CHICAGO. 4l ((1.11 \/ I I, LATE MRS. FAIR'S WILL ii -

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A. C. Nelson Talks of His Moth r's CRUTCHMBOIJND
utt's PlUg | Was Former Physician to the Great r : 1
; Interest In Same.
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j I i i Chicago LI Aug.Hung 23.-Chang.Dr. Robert Colt ; :; 1 San Francisco Aug. 23.-Mrs. Hannah ,

. I mail of Pt-liin. China former physieian f\s S f:< i Nelson mother of the late Mrs. inconvenient and tin.-nine rnn.c ,1 I .
: stimulate the TORPID L\\'?R, 19 C. L. Fair has arrived here from her : ,
"I"y .t' :
than
to I.i Hung Chang and now secretaryto i I / pathetic igtt a 1.ersi'n |I.'
; strengthen the distlLr,::-<./ : + /'r. .. X. J. She ia
home in Newmarket, I| hnt.-
\ //7? these artitu *
rvgolate the bowels, and arc un a great Chites.e eeceral is in Chicago. \ I '' strtxt supported by
j.. l'qw.J1d as illJ His family live In Washington / acocraiiar.ii-1 b; her son. A. G. :\elsu l When Rheumatism: Kttles, in the Ki 11ii .
?
/fZ of Plainfield, X. J. :'olr"el;;:>o. who the tun..1
that
ANTI-BILIOUS MEDICINE[ and he is on tis way with a nin" {, : it i< safe to predict n.
1 i month leave of absence to visit them is 7') years ot ace was greatly fajtigtied i iI d and crutch-bound. The corrosive, imfcr t't '

.I In malarial districts: their'rtues arc "Li Hung Chant was the greatest !/ ) by her Journey across the con. j 'I'II in the joints and tnittclv I 4U : I
\vklilv recognized, as they pus I I '
!j the Mt. ,
r V'
tinent. ankles swell, and when :
peculiar= properties in freeing,, thxgmntiy can I ever knew said he lat night. "i
system from that poiboo. I! "11.. killed himself with overwork, and l ) Charles J. Smith of Boulder. Col., a :j these Harts ate completely dr tn Vd. 5' '

sugar boaU'd. I was with him when he died. He ?\ brother of the late Mrs. Fair: and Fr'J I I the muscles drawn and Mitt. an4 trot.!!1i"

Take No Substitute.- had a wonderful mind and China may .lP : -: !j I Fowler, a nephew of :Mrs. Fair ty marI II III The aci.liH!>.ns that produce rheumatic I' '

never have s=o treat a man again He ) I I, riase with his wife are also here distributed through the kysti-m. and lu4ged 'I. t .'

\\ ..11 I-lut-ril l.rncroit knew e'erYlhineE'ven to the smallest -- i i, :Mrs. Nelson declined to talk for I IImllit'ation back and feet, or other patti of the body -<.esu'A .

In IN'; L:-/t >\ e'.t mi a tour in the : detail that went on in his own BEAUTY TRIUA'1P"flS,1| but to Joseph Harvey .1 pc-rraant nt cure of Khurn.Ut.m ow t*ffKi It ,

Front h l''o\'i.I't.". lie ansvetl at the I household and in the great empire! 1 life-long friend of Charles Fair she in" of the! blood, andnafthtrrciue !y 1'0' *'11\ :;Of" :
'TI a Priceless Tr+**ure.Deauty It neutralizes the acid t fleet*, punnr* and JBVI..'rr.dt.
little town or Irto give a concert, Whatever he once took up he mastered I| sail .
as aiifiuuiiet-d. Cut tin inhaiii'.int.sapiMared )1 completely before he finished It" is woman's greatest charm. Tb< I,! "I don't care much what becomes of and the :gritty: particles are w.ttahd out it dialtalasl l

to take but little! intm,"t in China. Pr. Cohcan thinks is now world woman adores dreads beautiful maternity women.for fear A of pretty losing i I my share of the estate, but I do want by the! nor rich, blood, and relief o'rt t* t > t, vpainrackeil r {
II MirTinr. :->. S S !.. tee. r > til.r' 3 "
musical niiittt-rs", 1'.1' tt hen tln nutsicwu assured of a lasting peace and is malt this J'0\\er. What can,be done to perpetuate I|: to see my children I get all they arj '
.
matter in the blond to rruniU .t' ;.r.-'. ..,J "-.J 1
apiH-arcd on the piatfoiiu he found I the race anti keep women beautiful i I entitled! to. irritating
ing steady |
: I .
procress.Weekly but .U n'uI&t m o it ,r...,. '-=/ ..:;:;J
another attack ><
.
used itj
is balm cultured
him ..'lt fate to face; with an audience There a by and uncultured I A. G. Nelson said:
in the crisis. Husbimds : S. S. 9. u A j.unl\ \iw' t.' :. f. .. ,'.
the
system.
i;u m I>.TII i L: exactly s-e\en l r'rsons.Lhzt Bank women "Tht .f' will be no contest betweenray
atepICVt very calmly to the front I StatementNew ,, should investigate this remedy in order mother and Mr. Smith of Colorado I the dinf-ui-n vr JHIH.I.A l.i.ilth h.' -:. i iVr.te I or .
York. Aug. 23.-The
weekly
to their wives to the frr"k klIt101:,
reassure as case 0 \ fur our svial "I '
to the ;
and iHiwiii re-iH-cttully array
statement of the average of the associated with which: children can be born unJ I lie i ir my half brother. Of course other i inioiia.iV.va w w-.utti '. ..'1'1' rby'te.4 I '
himelfda advice
of lieiiehes he delivered 1.1'
"IIIIJI banks show: beauty of form and figure: retained.Mother's I My mother will go into court but .
foiiow.: II I it without thurge. THE SWIFT 11CN.Al ,
Loans $n1GMS;non. decrease in.JSrt.iftO .- the legal l matters rest with her coun- _
and I feel cs- Friendis J _
'I : !ii '> front lecieii. it-t.1
; deposits tQS.26SSO. decrease eel altogether. She will ask far l
tr.'huly tlatt.'nnl l by your jin-sence the name l>y which this preparation i4 Foley's Kidney Cure will cure all Hubtur /*/,,.
$11.\7i! .:?OO; circulation $:::2.414.H. !increase toof administration( on the estate. j f .
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here this cu "II:. but this room is known. It diminishes the pain allied! to diPt.-e ari-iu: fr.mi dkiduev "rtf..ttd
'I I309.4W:: legal tenders SASI; I ant1 for that reason we intend to takeup II ill ,
; .Aleuttkt' /1'1
i iGOO. j D _
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in t at all FUit.iii'i-: ; ti! .' air is littrallyttnin ,i Clolh ':htl. l'se'ftLroughoutprcmarey I or bladder.V. A.
.. ;;. Will J. ul 10,. std IIOU:11 to decrease l,101..VtO: specie; J171.- it relic\t.'S morning sickness, cures sore aur residence; in San Francisco. bate 121 .*. 1>.I1a"1',
hotel where 1 ''! 5fiq: .:?t1II. increase ?724.''I">: reserve breasls. rn.ik.is elastic all tendons calle-1 I I a&Pocket -
sci-ouipany nut > my reand / ,' : -... j
w'II tate il.t-. piano rouvcycd'rVe: I j jfcijil 8243: clnSnn, decrease $3;i."oo; reoIlcn't' upon to hold the expanding burdet..l' \ \

Le _t'irtil'litlirn and !i required J257"fi7.4V; : : ). decrease Murles soften and relax under its infl'enrcand .- no contest so far as we are concerned ;, cutlery and SCf.- \ oJ ..d' ,y
I'i'i1! \
quit the jMtient anticipates f.n'or.tLl ; "There will be all:' i the tineat to tll4 d.1.,.., ...tJ....
1 will co tLroo.a: the whole of uy l2 :. increase eii.Mother's r.o contest at sors front
j 1 the iue in the comfort thus bestow \
1r".rrt 11.1.11':' I2,61G.75.'New. Friend is a liniment for exlemallll.plic.ltion.ltis remarked Joseph Hart'ey.10 was } cheapest at the"illii\\ JT.-1 sa.d:
TL offer \ unanimously accepted. I rubbed pn'sent. "The whole matter will !>,< :
\ .1" I gently ]Hardware -. \1U B.: It- 11" .
and I.b zt tr-'ati-d hi> ywst.s not onlyto Trial in Damage Case. ever the juris so verily t.isetl, and being settled out of court and anyhow noth : ....r> .'.Ihl.. .

a splendid| *)ncet t hut au excellent I Coiuffiiins Ga.. Au,;. 23.-Judge Willis aWrl'eil lil.ri.tes all tile nmscles.Drusri.'ist'j ts I' !injr definite! : has yet been decided u )- i Ru .t.J !t ..I t s

su i]M'r into! the bargain. Next tllIY,1, has granted the motion for a new = sill it for ft per iKittle. You I on." I 1111\\ IHII\" !iThoi.U.UilMiThe < A t
have li-mk "notherhood" free
when this illustrious virtuoso apjieared ;I j trial in the case of :Mrs. Susie Dorsey, TIE may our : I underclgll'd t.ak.-tlll"l1.tod'! le&4la" I$1 t.;
BRADFIELD RECULATO.i CO.. .HlA tA, l GA.
to KIUh.. ", ','Out! concert the hail: of Atlanta against the Columbus Railroad A PHYSICIAN: HEALED. I )f ySriiiiy herrviif+ a- *+ rat. >tiuwHuy If'C .

was nut large euoimb to contain the company. A jury recently gave Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing phy- f1r.\-:h** licensed mid.'.'.. i...*- 11. ,

(tuna which claiuiiMl admittance.pprtlt :Mrs. Doisey a verdict for gGnnp. Her A Kuskln'. Tlioaalit.; sician of t'u ith's Grove, Ky., for : Ill;; had 3o year- "xpf tlti.w. ; --
be-t of rtf..rft.e.. fro : a IUI4' : i'
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son. Claude DJrsf'). who was in the To be content in utter Oaikness and over thirty year, write hipersonal'experience Can .'ive u>

_\ .- and Ii u Oll..r. employ of the Southern Dell Telephonecompany Ignorance N indeed unmanly, and there- I with Foley' Kidney' leading phyictar.< of t' i- city fr'>in flif IIrtrirrMiNG "i
;MK.M: G-.I.IN
"Most p rsons do not discriminatebetween I at the time. was killed by a funwe think that to lo\" and find ) : ;
Cure "Fur I had been
: year greatly JItf H4M.ni- nt'1...
Lun said
and frtrt
:tr: ai'i>eUtc. a
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live wire of the street railway.; knowledge must IKI always riht..t'
d'X-tor of Lias; experience.pKrite I bothered with kidney and bladder '
whcreur pride has any hare in the I
is what laukcs drink or smote trouble and enlarged pro*ttate
a iuu
,
and ; le
work oen knowledge tight may i CI'tL .
ant what makes must men and worn- | A YOUNG LADY'S LIFE SAVED. ill pursued. Knowktlge is good, and gland. I used everything known to \

en (iit. Many go through; life never | the profession; without relief until I
LgLt: Is d. in seeking
pn> yet man perished I
kiiotUn? what Longer really Is. I. At Panama, Colombia, by Chamberlain'sColic knowledge, and the moths 1.erishIn commenced to ue Foley's Kidney t Ly I'f
Chclera and Diarrhoea bottlei'Jwas
often fast sixty: hours and never fcol ; Cure. After taking three
,
Remedy.Dr. seeking light, and if we who are A
relieved and
entirely cured. I '
friend of i ( powctfun
the worse fur it. A mine a
ChaH.. Utter crushed before the moth will not accept prescribe; it; now daily in '' G
without I a prominent my prac- e
m
physician Brooklyn,
food bixteea days at a goes stretch nIHil! phyiciau, of 1'at.ama. Colombia, in such mystery as is needful to us we I tice and heartily recommend its UH Costs Oolv 25 unts at 1rt Wt. .

shall jierish in like manner. None but ,, to all physicians for such trouble*. I ,_ .
"kerpa his work moanwhile. There a recent letter states : "Last MarchI ( .l. C J MCFFtTT M o t
up have it ia hundred of
the proud will mourn over thin for we i prescribed
!$n't an tit;:list that can contract any i had a< a patient a your lady !?txteeuyearof may always know more if we ch(HiM : eases! with perfect success.! '" \\', A.1IHlibertt' W. t., .11. nM *- ii r M '\t r. 11 '
disease from lack of fmnl. Most of srtr I .. .
r
j I> \ 121 Palafox.
who had ,
a .
age very l.y working;: on, but the pleaure is I .' .
them do livitiuie ti"'aSl..1" through 'h.' :, : : .
t.
bid: attack of dyeutery. Everything think, to bumble piiple., in knowing: hut. "
MTort take of too much ft.4'LTiiey : '
in wire | : I_ .prescribed__ n for_ _her_ __ rroved n inetlectual _- that the journey i is 'lIIlI.-s, the tnasureinexhaustible. I Challenged. ... to Joint Canvass.__. '
are all in better tone after a fa"t. j I 1 u Nashville! Tten.ug .::.-rha"-- -
and she .-I:uski n.
wa jTOwins worse
:
Another thills! Imntrer is felt only in 1 i man Thompson of the state Denim i;

the mouth! and th uat. That K ne feel- .j every imur. Her parent*; were sure Ic executive committee, has i ...u. r a! .1 T '' -

log that !'.a::3 o.iil.iin! of i i., out Inaip she would die She had become !'o' His Sight Threatened. :formal letter which: challenge'' t! .. aithcand

r; that is :i urL of disease. If jx'r- I weak that she could not turn over in "While icnickmg la.t month: my Republican campaign manag.-rs In I 1.1 Turn in 5 ii' ,

sons would! I e.it only when they were I bed. What to do at this critical 11.year.ohl boy wa poisoned by !I Judge Campbell astainst Hon. Jan-

hungry nod o-ily, :IS touch as hunger.: i moment wa a study for me, but I some weed or plint,'' say W. H. I D. Frazier IT a Joint canvass; fur governor jco.I srrtiro tnu.sr (tOo '" .

n.t apll\'III':: tailed r-\H'l!, we ,10.ctrirs thought of Chambeilaiu'i '' Dibble of Sioux Ia. "He rub-
Colic City, : of Tetncssee of \
would have to fast."-New York I bcrr.vrt !pnxl.icvJ u 'iHe t
Cholera and Diurrl i-.i Remedy and bed the poi on oil his hands uto his !
i iu
1'rrss. __ -- I aa last revert prescribed it. Tnemot eye, and for awhile we were afraidhe I A World Wide Reputation. :
:: drinks hcs ho rin ksRit''
Menill wonderful re-ult etfce'ed.Withiu is
Ito K.IJS. i wa- would lose hi* *iiht. Finally a |I ChambtrlaiuV Colic, Cholera and
I euht hour* ;she wa; feelinsr i
In theexcittment of a H1l'xpr. ; neighbor recommended DelVitt'sWitch ", II I Diarrh< 'a Remedy ha world wide 'r-:! i
like b tll much better ; inside of three day Hazel 3lvt'. The first application : reputation for its cur!s. It never ( All (I'.tbst ricer h..f fnan .. ape. ,:1.
else boat-racing or -playiug. *he her feet and the end '
w"aUI'OIl at helped him and in a few days fail and i* pleasant and safe to take. n'.- lf tunitt-d! Innrfl"d"",? uh ih,, h-..
thfoV will tram their mu*clf'a and :ro :; of one week was entirely well. For he was as well a* ever." For skin I .. .
edit .
For sale by all drug and deal. ll.1 Our hopirv t1nsr 1)4.t l at MONTI ar\
meliuipinjrand; si'ri 'l hen they *:se! ty all drugrits; and medicine di-ease*, cuts, burns! scalds, wounds, : t

are rlid they have 1'erry I>Jvi-' dealers. inject bite*, DeWitt's Witch Hazel ers I I i \ l"tl iu'i.v; co ,
Paiiikillcr tiund ; ----- -- --- -
1111 to *ootlie the Salve i* sure cure. Relieve* pile at The finest line of umbrella in the
q'livtrin t.trvpto pnetratt tl.e Gulf I u Old Diiteli IMrtore.ly once. Beware of counterfeit Har2i -
I. Go lookat
i"i J.
city at titepheus'
1Uu-'lp 3 with warmth and heulit g I tie sevit-tetLth century gulf in *' Pharmacy, John Sherpard, Sidney them AI"'o

powtr. It iiarelieved the pain uf Holland hud become almost! entirely a Kahti. ------
two rLfra'iohiO tlf \lI1uican..1
:

; Large;bottle- -. .5; and oiJ ceuts..u -- the wiuur periinl pime.seem The to Dutch hale found painters a ptlul of I.amhrrt'x U4L.... MAGNOLIA CONCERT BLUFF AND TH DANCE TRSDAYNIGHT. AT ,' FINE 'hINES I UQUOK'S( ( ) : L\! '

en'Inn.
t. : :i iarcnlu.Yestrs ir fscinatlon! in winter scenes From I-Tiulierfs 0:1forml'rlt' ,
'1 TRAINS AT S, :>::{t) AND
, 81:-'. :l-'foi., II..' corrupt prnco with their clwir. Lri;;Lt atmosphere and in the parish <>f \Voodmansterne,
TRAIN RETIMNS: AT
t 9 LAST
"> .let '.\ '.ieii a Senttisli i.irliatlieu- the moving; .luiu's! of figures la their England;: th. famous uks Flakes fte- i

! .ary i :'..!'>li.te was .; ivasstug his con ittrious occupations of sledging; tkat- ': quires its name. The Louse vas built !! 11 :W. TICKETS CENTS, A r S. A. FRIEDMAN

;l' IltitUI"" .\ I.e I c-illeil at iie house of an hag or g.-if. As might; be txpected, by a society! culled the "lIunh'r'Into.," '' DEPOT.

; aged i "tiile' i'iiihus the ,1.1! woman many a goltng scene is to be found under a lease from the Lanibert family I i I* O BOX IIS Itrl' "

: alone. !Sit- ,'u:.':,. .1 nmversation and ia pictures 1'y'au ie Yilde, Van dtrlNeer ': It afterward became the r.. .d'IIl'I' of )I i Fo/ey's Kidney Cure

'. aakitl her t" '-" nor iiiluence in Avercamp. Van Goyi-n and others the iinfortutmtt tlenenil I'.iiruujtie: ':

tin: 1".1' liii1'i HI to vote: for I't'l of their schooL Several drawingsof ; I'HIIIholll it pat-M-d to the i'le\entii i i iILtrl IT.a.kc5 kidneys and bW.ct t'.eht.

\\tnl ilimer>- t-i.iversiiiK the would I Ibe this period showing single figuresor of Iierby. \, |h".1. grand-son, th! ICE Ar\iD 'VDOD.W .

M I. I', i.n'.iei-l :i t .tteu ptayiu$ ahout j MtMll groups give itrnaps: a better twelfth earl, tn-atlj i.ipruuil; it. ] If you wish the very best

oa this il<.. r .i.i offcn-d t:5 for it. The j jv. ibsrgaiu idea i if the golf of the time-Connoisseur. ice cream freezer at thevery : JX I'T: T> a' 1 ,, i \ '< I 1

:as suuilx, and ou Leaving hl'l 1sppafa i Work is the mi'able condition! of

etpr.| -"",'.'J the hope that the | Lnnian life, the true source of bunion i!\ lowest price, the Willis THIS -I 1 ,j.-'I I H t t I I .

Mould<< secure: her husband's vote fur jt | ,\,.MnK Too Much. welfare.-T..l.-t"i. I\'\Hardware Co. can please
him. "Suive opKremarked; the druggist :: S END US YOUR ORDERS r ,

"\\ 1Ir! ," answere-J the woman, I.I.'f'.I. tu his clerk "are frightfully; uu- i you.
.. "
I{:lSOII.1 bl.. Olson t\l Co.MunrcMi .
.H I said afore, John's a man o his t There's lot of money to be made Thompson,

im mind and just des what s trick a j jhlj "Is" te! man who Just loft an eiatn-! __I 1 in real tlte-Ioti of it. A real: e-

ain imlille: but at ouy rlt'sr, ij I le? TMgplrr.atnreUcn every bx c; i .. tate sign i N usually a finzer-board to SV/'ff', Tct 'fh'm i

mere fotttu a real cheap kitten for I Iy "Yes lla wanted ne to gi\e him Uxative Brorno'Quinit'e ":?. wealth. Thos. C. Watson &

(T Ol'llt'lII'C:1... in nae fairer Jml'l: I something t? cure a cold. the Co., the leading Heal E.tute firm

alas j l"'rtay. an Le Iil"lllle #10 for j jill "That's very simple.cs ." hlJledl1hat cures i-oiU la CJP t:a,. have some otters which it would WICKE&CO.Plumber

l ritb,T."-l.tlUJUlIISWt'r"". i "\ tut ti- wanted me to glee! him: I[: be worth your while to cOD; lder. Go .
I'
i a guarantee that the mt>tliclr.e"l.ultfu't mud see them to-day, and don't wait ,

Henry L. :S'ufuek of Sh.lUbursr?.j make Lira foul worse than! tLe cold Foley's Honey and Tar !I I till to-morro

Jod.. w.t< eur-d lIf'J tonui"b trouble : ttd-\\': :>1.IIItI1U Mar. frrchlldren.safe.sure. No ooiate { Gas and Steam fitter

with' when t hn rid bn alltctad for I I MVSIKK'S S\IK. ,

yeiirs. bv four h\p-. of Cb' .h He Culled It. r-- By nrlU.. of a drerexof foreclicur} r.ndtTril -
laiuV St.nn aiid Liver Tablet-, by Hon. L. J. KfHs.. judz of th.
c
i i No. & South Palafox: Ktr* it.
"Rut why, asked the man who nl- ..
i Citouiu'ourtof Ksrambm ( ountv lUrid. ,
He had pct i uly trn-,l tn uiy other ways wants u l..uow-"w1l. do jou call on the l.iiu day of J un.-, A. U. nr, in ti! >- All Klnl 01 Plambii. '"' J U-u Ktuiu<> M..*tla. ..t'i'iIJI1..WI'
rt'm..I1i.*sa"d ii'iu.b-r of l'hy! -.retti | case of A. A, rVher against Albert Bjrnutffunl .
wlhuutroIi.f. Fors..lebyalldlu.-1 i that little jump .\ art make from a tower Mamie Hurn.-tte. his .. if.., and Ma .Mii.1M11A .

trits and 11I."II'illt> drtlrrC1Glt.llu : ". into the water 'a leap for lifer They Jobn Uurnt-CP and Virginia Hurni-tti-, hinif"motionloatdayihrnr +

I till: Cio it is not at all dangerous." timber A. U. \:
: : KKollowiii ;'t'H Cltt.tll( 1R "Will. replied the "arti>t." "don'tI the city of 1'.0'''<'01". }HoruU and to-..InurcrrnU it. LOI''o..f'h'en.lw..ln'.lblrt..eo JM:: .A. very

make tae Lviu' Ly U-Cincinnati 4 Ii, 1': and U i In block three hundred and .
,' ii theclieJu'ie! nf the' Commercial:.! T illu"e. 11&"nty.1": of the_11I" City tract cf 1'en-
pnverninent yteiinerienral French !; cola. according to map of raid city pub- sr'tl. A.
which THE NEWS print for the tubed by Thoi. t Watson in 1..1. ',Ud property -
having a front of one hundred and ,
beutfit of tha mereh.int.wo! -KIP' Cures Eczema and Itching Humor sixty ;lrtfeet the norm side of H alto!. IMPORTER AND JOBBER or
theIr ,;oods to tile various :army' Through the Blood-Costs Nothingto 'or 2Mstreet by ono hundred and tbtrty-two
Try. IT.'i feet and >>i\ .fI, inches on the "est .:d.-
pc.-t<: I of Pith avenue, tot.tbl'rlIb
!.#.>... IVn'-HCoU .._ 7V a. in. ( 1>. B. B. Botanic Blood Balm : i is nintstheri'ouand the hcredilanicati unprot--and HARDWARE.
l...*..-. t"rranCII"7:.',01 a. ill.I'Kkrns appurtenance thereunto belonging or n.
now recognized a- a certain and sure
_. -
L.avra .au a. m ''any wi>e appertaining JI./h at "''-t of
Leo a\... Iarranc" .. 10:1) a. III.L. cure for Eczema: Itchin; Skiu. Humor purcha-er W. (' :MUMt:
...(.., l'.n-013 ..10:4ia.in. aug.u"... [w s.ptciaiMater Iron Naii* Axr v' po.w V... t-
Arnvrs HKrrnr.ai IIui a. m. and thru *, >C'abI"calt-*. \Vatery Blister I hupplie C'-'k-'a: H, "' .ii/M', I

mates A r.nrrano.-is.trip to fort McKec and tbt>D re-t *, Pimples, Aching Bones or SHERIFF'S SALE. Window Ola-- (int.-, Ji-i .. u t > '
torn to To End
I...".. H..rralh'lh 1:Is p. m. Joint, Boil*, CarbunclePrickltu? a Coal Strike | (
1..H..I".I..II.. lift p. in. i Pain in the Skin. Old Eating Sore, fly virtue of execution turdut of tbr- Agate and Tiin\are ami' Hoitseriirnhiuiu
Circuit: 'ourt for the County of Ksratnbia: ,
... .
I'.n-au.. '
L \ 4.Kp. in.Leave.
Ulcer*, etc. Botanic Blood Balm; Use Gas. i I in the Hr-t: Judicial circuit, of F Horlda "111
_
I'1eks n ;:Iii p mArrlcra l"AOENri FOR BIUMINOHAM UOLI.INo )III. '
Hnrranca< imp. au. and makes i taken internally, cure the'N.t and 'I herein Roberts bailey are plaintili; and:
trip to McKee and return. I I mot deep-seated cases by enriching.: '' If there i""*, no strike on or impend- I: W. L. Diamond Is defendant, 1 have Irvi"d'I!' Revere Olant Mitch hpltHir. N'ftJ,.ni| I. '
and will bell
I: upon at public outcry In front .
On WednedayiandSiturday* the purifying and vitalizing the blood of the County Court Home in the City of Wheel Co. Laftiu A Uud l'->" dr Co., Jttt .
bjatwi'l; !rave Barrancas via Pick-1 thereby giving a healthy blood supply hag among the miners, use gas any- j I I'ensaooU Monday, Ut day of Heptem- i I I --omine Iron Kin? and Hack ',..**. M4 Its.1

en- for Pen..icola at 6:30; p. m. : to the skin. Botanic Blood Balm ,, j.. her .\. 1). lf>i. for cash to the huheat bid I Coups A Co. Haw Hid L.f. Latt.ft N'
;how. It's der, at Ii o'cloca ..
cleaner ; noon the follow in d -
quicker <
The General French is", for army is the only cure, to stay cured, for more ;!! scribed property, to-wit. Lou ly and y> ', Made Railroad t-l-r-

purpose* only and any outsider mu-"t i thee awful, annoying skin trouble economical-more i;: block ll.l.: New City; Westih..t lot- and -Si I1aE33S \arfll+Fem.
satisfactory Temple.
have a pa"s from the quartermaster: Other remedies may relieve but B. every j; the east li feet of lot in. block U-7. New City I II Masonic
I 1 Tract. Leled aj the of W '
upon
o take ra-f-age 01 ber. j i B. B. actually cures, heal every way-than anything ele for heat- L. Diamond. property i

"- ;;sore and gives the rich glow of OEO. E. /SMtH.5auoaw : (mPANY
LINE SCHEDULE"' health to the skin. Builds up the leg, lighting and cooking. Want to I w bberiS. W. B. WRIGHT G

STEAMER broken-down body and makes the IM
know about the figures? A call in r
I blood red and nourishin Especial- I I
+ MArvAt'trRatt5Az-
CURE YOURSELF !
for chronic. old that
advised cases person or by telephone 4 t
letter
Hetween Peusaeola and llllOn-I\taf a or CtRrJ TM Biff 6 for nnnttirtl
doctors, pateut medicinee and hot MIbbdai.e..t diuh.rteroaammsuoos, LATHS
ltun Daily' Kiccpt .Sur.djf. spring fail to cure. Drnjfgirt, $1. postal will brine the right answer. '..d irnuuoDi or aloeranuG. ,- LUMBER ,
,
To B. B. B. cares, sample sent W.ramarra, of mncootPuakM membnfN.rn.esu r''l.
prove c adn. and But ulna*
"CITY OF TAMPA. free and I'repaid by writing Blood .. tat Etd.CIIEW'blCO. f t or pouuoou. i a"" ....
tt i '
"' Balm Co.. Atlanta, Ga. Describe Pemcola Gas Co rsa.dno. tell q at.K4b, L : SA WED CYPRESS SHISGLIS *
Milton e 'am Lvt'ensaco1ala'pm.1tFea.aioa
L* In
oteut ,
tr.a. plsta .ntprr
trouble and free medical a.
{ .\!: .aiu Ar Milton. S.uvpm: ; advice: sent ,) A, Ir srpte.., prep4ie, Lir f A
Fare.&c Round tnpl1M'', 1 in sealed letter. 25 and 27 E. Garden St Pen nee!., Fla. t/ .tI'Vitcil&r Aa, or i.tat bottles 95,lattt.t p.l5. _-:. _. 1'F.='rI.\CJLA;



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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY. AUGUST 25 1902.


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yrdital $JCIf'r,. AIt ntoD.r Don't Treat VICTIM OF PARISIAN -THUGS. I I :

w be a regular meeting of SymptomsGo

.uoU Medical Bociety at French Capital More
*t i. -j ,f Helh offce st 6 after the cause. Stimilants and cathartics will never cure Indigestion. Dangerous than
e Tae-day.Aus.26. They may temporarily relieve the system but the next meal clogs it again. The Wild West of America.

'l .n ysiciana are cordially food should be dlgestt'd. The nourlshment-bealtb-strenith It cont&1u New York Aug. 23.-Quoting tie !

\.,. I.a:>' d. should be appropriated-lb by the system. Francaise the evening edition of The 1

' lIK. \V. C. DEWBERY, Matin the Paris correspondent of The

President.it Children KODOL World cables the following story:

P.I. KKER, "Victor Evendale, an American, lt

. Stcretary. purifies, cleanses,strengthens and sweetens the stomach. about 40 years old, declared at a safe I t I '
Th rive This new disC' very digests all classes of food and assists table that he had lived for ten yearsin for infants and Children.
the stomach and digestive organs In assimilating and i
the wildest
PARKER'S transforming it Into the kind of nourishment that ii regions of the western Cas!>toria is a liunuless substitute for (l.i..Iur Oil, Paregoric ;

HAIRt .Mb.it U n taken up by the blood and fed to the tissues throughout United States and never carried a Drop and SiMithmc Sail .+. It U IMfiiviiit It ,
.......,..
ear.I'-- IniUMDl puWtLSr the various organs of the body Kodol cures indigestion weapon and was never afraid. Several contains neither Opium. Mor|>hliM\ nor tln-r N.Irsflh'

n. to Ful. to Youthful Bettor Color.Gr yBur Kodol and Dyspepsia, thus removing the cause of all stomach Frl'nchml'n'no were present sub>taneo. It tlo+troys Worint and ail.i)!! Fr'..rl..h."'... i

e.... .*..,it mar ft bo.r fu'og. troubles. Kodol gives such strength to the body thatit told him that Paris was more dangerous. It cures Diarrluea aad1'iud ('tltle'. It rcllne Teething .
4 Yr YollwY lau W is invaluable in ill wasting diseases. : Troubles and euros Constipation. It re :nUteo tint

"1 wish \thank you for what Kodol bal done for me." writer Clifton Glrton,Collett. Inl Stomach and HoweN, Riving liealthy iiiul 1I.turallllef'I"
- "I'curtod me of dy.ptopla after n.fJ.hlnr else had f&lied. When 1 tried K040 I. helped me "They asserted that he could noto The Children's l'atlacea-The )llIlh..,'" 1'rh-iid.
KING'S right away. 1 cheerfully recommend It." ; from Grenelle to Slontrouge, for

DR. Kodol Dllestl What You Eat. example, after 10 o'clock at night The Kind You Have Always Bough
Prepared by XDotVlu&Co..CWe& Tb II bottle CODU.ID.Ime.: M much (brtctntl without
killed
being unless
he
TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR I measurement the trial sue which aelli for iOe.DtWIIt'S wore
T laborer's clothes Bears the Signature of
Lillie Earl BItfPt the famous little: liver piths fur biliousness of
THAT COLD. constipation. Safe thorough They otter grips. "Evendale left the cafe after a time

TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. John Bheppard.Harjris'I Pharmacy Sidney Kann. without reverting to the conversation -

about dangerous localities.
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Con umptionCoughStI
i r "Next morning his of
,,. companions
Asthma How the Prrtldrnt !. Paid. I1fOlI About the Rainbow.
Bronchitis; the night before were horrorstrickento
In countries the rainbow isspoken 0
i In the apportionment tit the salariesof : many
read of the discovery of Evendale's I
.oniaIIayFeverPleu-
J all United States government fin- of as being a great bent pumpor
tube drawing water from body in the Glacis of the fortifications In Use For Over 30 Years.THE .
!,,a'' rippe, Hoarseness, ploytrs the year is divi'h'tl into quarters siphon :
l' and and each quarter subdivided acciiruin the earth by mechanical m.'ans. In near the Maison! Blanche. HIs t..rcr.l.ur t0..1 V..I.r.It1 .... .. ....

> ]iroat, Croup to tie number of Jays in each parts of Hu ------- -
\\' nur; Cough.NO month. but the jin' sidor.t nt-eives prae and also in Moscow and vicinity it is to walk from Crenelle to

CURE. NO PAY. til-ally the Mine amount every month known by a name which is equivalentto Jlontrouge immediately after leavinghis GARDEN SECTION

;, :, and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. TLus, if a I.I'I-Mul should! die nt the "the In-lit water pi PI'.'' In nearlyall friends.

s'h.l of 1-viiruiiry. after receiving his the Slavonic dialects it !is known by "evidently he was attacked from oOFoPensacola"

- silarj fur that mouth his suwespur terms sifrnifyin "the cloud siphon," behind. Tight around his neck was

i'GOLAY= "''''11.1 in n-ality rm-iu-
full amount due him !in Man-h IH-CUUM- IIth's punk and "UoJ's pumji." been used to strangle him. His! pockets -

;.. : 3nd Corn Meal l Mills. jiivd.-ei'usor load h clTeet b-en The Malayan natives call it by thl' were" rifled, his shoes and coat removed -I Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus

uxfrp-iid" th> prior month. Inasmuch i I Fame name that they do their banded _
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1 GONZALEZ & CO., Prop i, a* 1h. pl'P' >;tlt']!t'S sal.iry imy riot hi' j j'iJ.,1 I water cobra (necheta\ ), only that they Inquiry by the \VorM correspondent .

(\ \ into exactly iijnal parts, it i isneivKurx add "liolMi" (meaning double headedi, tends to show that Evendale was Beautiful Lots for Sale.

NanitactcrenI to pay the chief 11I:1i"tratl'l; the equivalent in our lanuase; being I an Englishman instead of an Amen-

I I", 1 'It: t1ANDPLltl01tOCNDSTOCK KKKII. fl.UJii.tt'J: oil some months and 4.1.7oil the "double headel water:-nake." They can, but had lived in Texas. 40x137 feet at from $75: ; to $200 each according

others. Ou (in' occasion during tell you that the Imw i is a J'I'nlthill! .; of
H'ini Industry, for there u to location and surroundings.
\ a should! bay y"ur Mralanf th.- U-vr-land! aiflulnisirati'ui: a mis-! life that it drinks with its t\ro mouths A celebrated physician declares that

. ,m the Home Manufacturer itice'.vas mad. and there TUFP sent and that the water is transferred to the the Increase in height and weight of
\'iett\
helf
i you t': cocraee home Indo Exceptionally Good Jfeigkborkood, h/uI t
."j U Irft in the community to ti.! 4 '.l. ( e.\ecuti\f Ihn'l'a"l""i,1' clouds through an ojM'iiiiiK! in the upper Britons and Americans during the last
. i are Indirectly benenteo. wannit'or S L I.'1"L; ? tletl th> I Il.tI'Ilr 1 side of the center of the great arch. half century is chiefly due to the Increased High, Dry Fertile La n(is.

fI ,t icauiieot nome munulacturer labor. Yon ow jot n :" ,iff '.',TciI. tile feasury d.>- In the province of Charkoy. Ktissia, consumption of sugar.O.ASTonX.A..

'i.IIIt'1ln wtslch yon live anC Kiriutt'iit lia'-teniil to dispatch! to the the rainbow is said to drain the wells The grandest opportunity for investment ever
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'OoonrtCA3DS.
.1. to our
I I \Vhte: Ibai.o' a warrant on the 1'uitedmites and to prevent this many are providedwith .. cffered in Pensacola.

government for a cvi.t. n1adP heavy, tight fittin stone plat- Seal tie 1e; Ka9 Yu Hate I.\avs BGISgnetnre ..
II
aIAL out in Mr. ('Ir'\'hll'l'!* favor though; forms. In the province of Saratoy the : Rome Seekers Should Sec These VI.

.- ---.. --- -- ---_..- the president never cashed. this check.Ar'onaut. bnvv is said to be under control of of i
; three aniels, one of whom pumps the I

W. C. ROWE, M. D. water, the second "fl,(' s" the clouds -V.Clubbs
WEEKLY e5C11EDUL6 !
.'tii-p: 17 ,. I'alabli' It Needs a Tonic. and the third sends the rain. I I

I -toy i a. m. aa tacit I needs; a tonic. Don't give purgatives :Man. AVomun anti l.otc. PENSACOLA KLECTUICTEUMIMA1HAILWAY

liono OS.'U3UCITY that gripe and weaken. DeWitt's In one of his books Mas: O'Rell. the
Little Early liner expel all poison witty Frenchman: gives the following COMPANY.Trains F.C. BRENT, WM.:: H KNOWLtH, w... HVKR JK J" IU-fc*"r

1 from the .v. !'tein and act as tonic to advice: leave Penstoola for tbe Lltlli President. Vice-Prvtid. rl.ltl.r Au \ i a,.i4*
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:J'"Y"_ .
e : 'I the liver. \V. Scott, 531 Highland: "If are bald never make lo"eto Bayou, Big Bayou Warrlngton, Navy Vart
FOR a ve.. Milton, Pa., say : "I have you f and Fort Barrancas at
carried DeWitt's Little Early Ri"ers a woman taller than you. Looked rt:SO a.in.arrive at Port Karrancai 7:1Ba.11 Bank
THE PEOPLE. I with me for (several years and wouldnot at from Iol'loJOu are all right;; 10uu I.m.arrive at Fort Barrancas 10.4dt.tk First National

be without them" Small andeasy "Never: let your ladylove see you 8.1:011 itO p.p.m.m.arrive arrive at at Kort fort Barrancat Barrancag 4lSp l:<5p n a

to take. Purely ve et'lble. without a collar; no-not even the very 8:15 p.m. arrive at Kort Karrancai T:00p
., ,rd Cots You a Cent, They never snipe or ditre=*. liar- wife of your bosom. A man's head 'guwp.m.arrive Fort Barrancas S:4 i.n
fort Karrancai for Pena PEN3ACOLA. FI A.oin.fiOTOii.wt .
Trains leave OF
orWord is Head :Pharmacy, John Mieppard, Sidney without a collar! is like a bouquet cola at7:15a.m.
y
I \ ,'n boly. Kahn. wi:.lOut a holder."Never Pensacola 8:00 ,
___ I II arrive at a n
. + marry a woman richer than 11OU p. m. arrive at 1'ensaoolaIl:6a p.a I
::. The Prnfrr.or the l.ntly and the e....'. you. one taller than you. or ono older 2:00 p. m. arrive at Penaacola_ J6 &...1 WM. H. SNOWIES. W. A. BLOUNT. F. f IHfor: -V K t'V" It J..
,-'I. &:DU p m arrive ac rVnaftccla .?_. 6.45 p n
I It !K toM oi' a i-ertaiu professorvlio"aalisentiuiiidetiie..s than you. lie always gently: superiorto 7:00 p. m. arrive at Pensacola.L45 j). : D. O.hel BRI"n.'r .

-'rllli(' fatentnlK af>ont (uaed) his yo:1r'l il' in fortune in size and in t:45 p. m. arrive at I'ensacola_._. 9.80 1>. .

I K>-\\ ssible she Katurdajrtonlr )
,, age every i way .
FARE FOR WEll DAY!!
; > .I';!:IItt SorHJ the allege eainpUH. al'sorlnil to 1"10'1. way appeal ru you foot, Lelji or p\ t.. fentaool* to Fort Karrancaa and retort 4u n asi Swfife: te?) Sftii sii Sii
l lank of his that had justlarn ,
a d'rte in a ; tion. cither through your purs", yoiu rensolatoNavv Yard and return_ VTeniacola >1 ;
.I 1.1.1). pulilished that he was \lo-t to strength or your experience \life; to Palmetto Heach ana retarc IV: a a

.-VTJ-tliinsr (.b.'. Suddenly ho Lumped her at that will SUNDAY IOHSOUDI. -
Marry an ape always 01.-
''l real \1 up again&t an object and looking up enable to play with her all the I
you
>sat lowBronks. open coaches.Leave Hola: d. hU-lnaj K.... Nat
Ii Germany France. Austria Italy ;: Hrln -,
With
had collided! a
L he saw that he different characteristic parts of a husband ensaoolt. Lv Fort Barran. ,i
. ., Ytr15 Fisher riwd-Jen Denmark and other Kn"-: ent.utrice.
draluiM ,'uthat had rudely strayed in his -a chum a lover an adviser, a R a. m. 10 a m. way. ,
UI.m. 1! m.
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wa '. "Uet out of the way yon cow! and just tiny suspicion of .
protector a 1p.m. p m !rVe'ep Disbursed ron: th" r t'.t KavcrslU Ttrrn* std thou
( \ "> : .'f..ii mon"y? Ill t>x'lalDll'tll'l'itll'y.! prefixing nil impolite a father." I p. m 8 p.p.m.in I Obligations; Taken Payabh st P....rif nptu a mn 1 .n or Fint r* M
Ip.m
i v i'i.iunt want to "feet'The '
you ad.H'tive
after Vessel Arrives thora.
4 p m y m.
'I had
aad IOar.t rates diabetes in its worst form.
the professor was ( m. 5 p.m.
next day as p -- -
>. mprovt-d' soutuVnift-city real immersed writes: Marion Lee of Dunreath. I 1 p. m. rp. m, Boxes for Rent in Conn ctinc.
"If n_ain crossing;: the campus. Ind. "I tried eicht physicians with! rARK POBIUKDAT W"Safety Deposit
lr.-tf in his reading. he again ran into an out relief. Only three bottles! of Fo- feniaoolato art Barranoai Navy I| with which we haTe a PrNn Apartinrnt for thoU.

* \ '. "KKO\V' MONEY object. "Oh, that confounded ("Ow"j: }I'Y'iJOdney; Cure made me a well feniaoola t ard and to retarD Palmetto.__._Keaon_____sue_._ ).. of Renters.

I tuurproprrty.pro. excl.iim.Hl.. Then, heariiv;: min.V.. A. D'AIembertP, 121 S. tnrn.________ Ih
.' d.iv: or M>|| rrat mi'n dignant "Sir" ln nild up hastily! to ': Pal:1fox.: No Irelrbt elTBd after 8:15 p. m
tt.cripikin, have discover! that this time he had com 1!1- FREETh"tl"'a.
t Mr .mi's Htlt-nded to, WE WILL'FURNISH YOUR HOME
I',,. l'. \Vasoa A Co. Up a::amt the wife of a fellow pro i -

.urancr ii "nts. Prnra- It made matt( e. better .- .. .
moderate To HVPrynne fessor. hardly THE NEW GROCERY STORE.WILL t. -
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'm a ".e will It-nd moni'y.M ., her that he had taki'nII'r'' I to I IBni .. ..ll '
> to a :ure ., ... ., '. .
,. a boos. id-tt .. .. ..
xliliees .
for and it required the s -- - n > ?i tours [
a sow C---
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of the entire facility toaa t\'st.r.' I pUf I f ... r-
1-or Lta nt- l : 1 M I.rlypr It... '
bra of Food f -,'lill;. MOYBR .f r .., I'........01 -
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-ilc. Itir '..""-H 'n-rHOIII I .9t. ...*. ,r.' i .*fi.A in mrr tt.t klui t>. ... _- ..
r 'MIH-J antI 1.1111..1'.. A Lndierttntnrol Tul...ler. i I il. trvttfu. ;. .w. 1
.. ,-d. hoar In good cnn- Professor William ArchibaM\ Spno-: Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stock Ihr.. E '"wi.frO! l-lrtf* ttui.f"'..1... ..... :J( '
unlit by"1frrtdrrp. tin Ii 1.1 InMll fu .'
.'.. > alltf n'r of Oxford university h.i> become of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No ..r< VT tl ....a..I fu. .t .(..f ... 'I iI _. J' .

--- ------ --- famous as a ludicronword twister.n : i I I ing memo (..nvdwil .' I I *tf I MI n' ;I rk .
30 W. Government alf, tLulir .",IfT .. .. .
St. Salisbury Block.TKLKPIIONK .C u|' jtt I r It I .. a.
I IIt I-Al-lI. < -- i I '. V .'I.I .<",' J i, .
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bask of the X l> "i
women standing at the 3U7. r.0e1iM.il.d; I......' Icy d. ..... .*. r- .. w. . .. .
!1" r rt-tit rn-low cost, n tine.f church waiting to lie seated, he rubbed i vpll pim.ril %*tt tht it ',". Ut '.11 1 'I. b .-\ i i. J .
( r.nrkcr..r.p.rJrrrtrh
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> just Iroll1'h..f..toQ.; { H .. .j,. ".'. N' > iI5ALVONA J
anti aide and addre--se.l the u-=her I rr U };
nriiHUilfsk down the
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In 1amh.IrI.p.-
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hlshnr's l Ai.M.-
t ht-l.i a cwt bt nuciluhn: ,, Mr> linClllM
.. .. If as follows, "tlfinlemcii I ;gentlemen, The Star
Iarraguna$1I
sew these ladies into their "!left.." IV1- Laundry ; I SOAP CO.. Cor. 12th d Pint Sts ST. Lows MO.

; i moot. desirable sob III'v ins; a--kod at dinner what fruit he ... I -. -
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would have, he promptly; replied 'Tifrs, ------ ...
\. :\4 i south PalafoaIselin Biggest Busiest Best !
tiPI"." This is the way in which l r.Spooner II I I NOTICK.I CHOICEST
proposid to his wife: living; j
l.-ll. \V: nttl.. I I have been ant sued to take,
I. "r
-- -- -- -- father. : 1' An Evening Call on ub-cription for \Vni. Jennings(
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M- n I' l itrii liarbwr trkdrtdu' I'
trrr work exptrti : : { Rrjan'e paper "The C..n n' m. r.
f FRUITS Mm
CONRCiIOXERIAI
.". -+tur.tv......Ii.a rl'4u1rl-d.141/- guarsnMMIIH.I WI'- j nor will -cu please >;o out Into tits'gard.'u Your Swell Friends | The price N U.no per year in id- [ 1

iiuliicrinrntk to Bp- i : and ask Miss Co'Mhvin if she I ht t I vance Those de>irinif the paper |
.. U'rill' IlMlHV. o'a't" The ,. will find will be
Jl-tnU. will eiime in and make profeor you warmly re-
Ii.'W Ortftinv, J... I can: have it sent to them by "e ding 0
a.rltl i <"ii tindini;: the voting lad: ,!. said. ceived if you are well and neatly : 11.CO to the underpinned.I 0 APOSTLE'S

; "Mi: is'' Coo \V .\. %'l'l'U. to :ark you if you would conic in and ; dressed and your linen i U irreproach I Care Daily sews.
U Eel s1! GtfrI! S'
take able. A woman of refinement : ; t' ..
t \ ",ntl oollrltor; will pal me. i iI -
I
:'. ,,'iii to rigBt one. AdMI man's well bred instincts .
i-
always a Fort .
fr gauges
'rly l ilrlt.t KO
.... matfI1 .1 I PO'.II< "m. i
I. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE. ?u !' by the condition of his linen Every Woman :i-Cii .d 'I' lS f' U

\\, iiDC* o' einpiy DO'fPtf beer Will cute Hri -ot's li /.f "
1 t.A.VaiEn111r. Will cure Iiabete-: I V t .1. : 11.1
moved with beauty when his shirt, I
Will cure :Stmin in Iliad Jer. tkjf rL \ MW"Idling Spr Yt .

I'1)L i/ntv.. ...... Will cure l ldnpand Kladd rDipi Y 1 I R,; collars and cuffs have been done up *C? SJ J r1.eh.w. ....l.,.ll'.'"<..-, r
C5 .INiI '
- hell WtThY&
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-W. D'Alemberte 121 .n_ at the Star Laundry. \, >v. .
V MK KKOU'N LKUHOKSSock '?. A. ,, 3 fV .1 I \ r l .
/0.. I ., lIllru...
...ndgl!* for talc. S. Palafox. /1. tlMuln ,
_ t' M.III* H a rd.:"r.>I'0'0. lf'tf *-.r...rHIf rtlRIoI'...". 1 lt luetny't '\ .-< '''1'1'''''''''

tIR:4al/I>-;. I Ii ALL of!tltTf>.. f n I/. Irip, ; T' tit ," tt) IlrieaDi t .t .61 .
WORK c. o. D. Gods CallEd for and Delta. Free I (5'r.h.e..d4sn we I rp n.."(M11. l :
L t. .
CASTOR i h"'f11' ..... 6' r @
.i --k. .10. Ie
\1]1'j HhlBaEMlanutactareln it GARDEN ST. I r.... Jr.,", ..1',.-.1 "fPO'1." ."In. n' T., I* 40 a ,
; K:air t.ood-t, Hats Toilet I TELEPHONE 114. iki .*!...Id Uiiift' H till 11. ( o..
. "le ir.i W. government i For Infants and CMldrca. t II '.
Room !Kc Times Bldz.. New } orL
WALKER INGRAHAM Manager. 1 Mil It It"WI(;(;'
..r.. I'ur l'tntt'ralw. The Kind You Have Always BougK 1"t

r t' 'It -hL'.NfcKALH' rnroisned .d -- --- -j
: Bean theBANNER .I/ LODGE DIHKCTUHY
i l'"uQat'h special design ESTABLISHED 1883.McKENZIEOERTING. Laurels 1RPr
1 Morrco: Neat Ureicoryivdlm snatnrn af
:! : I Ihrte
Again !
KNIGHTS PYTHIAb
I "').O\\l'UM. I & CODCALXU .
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'..Kand Horal L"iljna- S A L'V E. Q IK- 0 Pennacol Lodge. No. S. K. .f P.. .. -- .... w.I .,1
1 ii'i\ ora.rd for CDHomrciMortno. AwN W _

II:" West Ori'gory.'Ird-.- the most healing 881..1" t>v* work* m int..ttt atic every' ; ai Monday Castle "fIo Hal.

Ship Chandlery and General ffaPdwa1e I 1 In the Bloont .. Wattci. I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY I
ISDlldnll. laird Coor.brethren
If want a good Bed- I Y'h1Unl eorllall ;
"'C"'STA S ENGLISH you 60S AND 003 i PALAKOX 8TUEET. welcomed

FE 11 stead or a nice Crib for the H_ _\. LI I
: u u-AGENOT
iiil'iYRQYAL, PILLS i I H, UORaLtRK. :i

I 'u. "..... w I.dl..I. Le..ln......,'_ baby, gv to JIarston r : .' .:" arw.H Quina's. GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RD8SEL4 BON'S PCMPS. i -- -- --- :
kHUlt.
.2', ,:: ,.: .
... : ..
r ,. I."'.-..;..... ruMnt.nr..sd I.rlrr. j jI Clint Ctr.iti Nliti, Jilt lutleil UstrsiiBt. huts liskin, Ikid Seasonable household 4I I
I
r. '"' >-.l'! 't..'r..'p..'I'r'...:-.|-_''I.%'-.T.>Wil4c.it'i .Wr."'..al.l.>, I We will launder your spreads fox : COMPASSES. LOGS, FTO. i 1 and kitchen utensils at the }z'Cll \J.

I.. ........ 4-j.ff.W.il ,- 15 tent each and make them look C. McKenzie Oerticg Collecting Agent tar Bar: Pilots' Benevolent Asao : Willis Hardware Co.'s. I IS
ors..r/amk.ll.
'Irtw..r.rl,. lUlL\.. J't I like 1 'w. cur Laundry. elation. 1 I :y DaultJ tl tru.THE .



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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA MONDAY, AUGUST 25, 1902






.e I I "J..A-J ODDS" "1-1 AND'> ENDS.A.A ] WE ARE DETERMINED 1L 1[BROKEN__ STYLES.. Tt t


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t Not to, carry over any Summer Footwear. The Odds and Ends of the Season's Business WILL HAVE TO GET OUT, and the

Prices that we have made during our



I 1I t ODD AND END SALEWill




get them out quickly. This sale is the Greatest of all sales. Read these Price Exterminators and Profit by Them '

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: I.I>II-S' OXFORD: : ; VLADIES': OXFORD; LADlE::;' OXFORDS Iu\DlES' OXFORDS LADIES'\DALS ; LADIES': SANDALS I.V r3)u
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3.1J) $250. $1.50. I $2.50; 2.l'' .
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ALL -TYLE: i : Pat Leather& Yici Kids: : ** Pat. and Vici Kids : : Pat Tip Turn Sole: : : Pat Leather Colonials : 4-Strap Pat 1..itI.I'f; ; V :

: xow \OW NOW NOW. NOW NOW IS .
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: $2.94. : : $2.11. :' ; 169. ; i $1.12. : i $1.96. : e $1.67. ; S Sir :

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: LADIES' AXDALS : : MEX' OXFORD S MEN'S OXFORDS | MEN OXFORDSlEX':; OXFOlWS.UX'::; OXFORDtl -* 'H ..

.. *lw i : ;3.50 : I $3 :>0 :JVici 2.W : : $200 i : .&' .f .. g

: Buckle and taw : : 1'at Yici Kids : Kids, All Toes Vici Kids : Plain and Cap Toes : : Plain and Cup T-*. t : I i'
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xow Now NOW XOW NOW NOW :
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58 cents. : : $2 94. : : $2.89. : : 198. : : $159. : : 124. ; 74 ctM! :

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: FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY, : eel ;
5138 .
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WS HERRMANN THE A TRIO OFNEGRO ( 'ilrr"r'I V t: : F R. POU, .* .*

SOCIETY EVENTS
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GREAT FRIDAY NIGHTThe : *
THIEVES : : : : FEED, LIVERY AND SALE STALL


r AND PERSONALS ill j, engagement! of "Herrmann NICK'SDAILY : OPENDAY- .-AD; _11GHT.. I.; w |i%| ?,,.,?,,.? ,


.525252..c2.525 .5'2..G"2525" r I the Great" at the Pensacola opera Win. Fultz, Will Davis and John POU & GINGLES Managers

house next Friday night will be a Turner, negroes were bound over to
Miss Ro-a Edwards, who has been '
with Salvation: : Army duriug recent notable one for all lovers of the mysterious the county authorities this morningfor limiUIT i 0--t-0*

"t'rvicewill leave tomorrow and occult. Herrmann long alleged complicity in the stealing .

for St. Loot to take up the good ago came: to the conclusion that his of meat from the warehouse of i R. POU *
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work there. audiences desired something new on Swift Packing Co., corner Gardena
i,
Mr. Fred Johnson, one of the organizers each of his succeeding visits and d Alcaniz streets. MENUS ." .{ FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMEAdt.Hi

of a new lumber and brick that no matter how mysterious a The two first named to-day in the i
nlanutcturiugcoulpauy at Molino, \7 Wet Ltendencu Str..t. Oil! '>. }'I "!i"- h... I iI
: trick or il1u-ion may be, that once police court pleaded guilty to being Comprise all the Cp-to- I II I
passed l through the city to day en Date Dishes
I seen, it must be shelved for I and the Markets -
something dangerous;: suspicious charac

route to Piue Harren.Mr. !; eNe, some new trick must be I ters. The other man, driver of a of the World : .THE BIG STOREDir
and Mrs. 0.'I.. Cohen an- i Atlord. .
sub-tauted his would public
or popularity dray was implicated by
bounce the engagement;:: : of their
daughter. Mi-s D.1i-yp., to Mr. A. Ko- begin to wane. Convinced of the Fultz and Davis. I ,, --- --- -.

i'fOlIl.t home to their friends soundness of his reasoning, that the i iI Claude Bledsole charged with offering Ladies' Private .,
: Hay. i- I. .w ii V.w\ .ik I.I I.- I'
this evening.o cards. I public demand wa> for novelty opposition to Ortlcers Ray and mn.' z 11't, i I i.' .

.\ little sat of Mr. ant Mr;. R 1*. j; Herrmann has been indefatigable: in Sanders when they went after theibo"e I Dining Parlor.

Reese was christened at the llH>ru- j| his pursuit of the same. Of an inventive : trio, was tired S5 the mayor Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents' Furnishing t- :,

Jug.service of the Presbyterian I turn of mind, he has been today. j Carpets, Mattings and IIouso Furiiiahu _
church John Lewis
yesterday. Regular Dinner
able to his his Fultz, some months Daily.
convey impressions to ago, was
Ilee- w.itin- name tivt-n to the I To Make liooui fr tl t- rt.i k w. wi ll!. Ill'". ?' t'
rrouiiunr young American.: assistants and from them evolve charged with hgvlng a stolen a ham

I Ii i some startling and senational; from the same warehouse, but was Short Orders Promptly' MONDAY Y AUGUST < 1

I phenomena. Mr. Herrmann has in discharged. Since then it is allegedhe Filled Night ur Day.

i I TWO WOMEN I his employ probably the mot famous : and Davis have been systematically A Great Clearance gale

: builders of magical pararhernalu robbing the house of fresh If It's i'om.thingCooa to Eat
you wish. 'OU'II tins it at : I
CLAIM HIM in the world. Many of the meats and employing Turner to cartit .
I
most famous tricks vf magicians over the city and delivering it to Nick Apostle's IMIY GOODS IJtI'\Hl"U\T: : I II I c Lsl/IIi,,.

have been built by them, and their parties who purchased it below the Popular Restaurant. One lot of Scotch: Lawnand ;. All U..I Klu !'o. '. .. ,
Laura Hertwas b..fnre the city ability to create and build is counted market price I French Challi! !-'', 1'iyard-for :\i'.c. Kllif All-TV'" I It. :
I One lot of flnp ] iiilk Finished .
imports Alp cit and Mol) -a I It-
cnirt this morning for assaulting by Herrmann a* his mot valuable Turner i is held for receiving the >> Madras at 21c per yard worth ;:at I..* thaw half | ti i

i'earlie Betts with a knife. The firtuamed 1 aet. For his present stolen property. Iu the hope of W \ V1'1J ; regular :> Fall stock ..t l//... < .. :. I .
engagement .
get- \ One l..t ..f finn Illlt'ort..t1l.idu: at ,...... 'l'r..n.. ._ ...,. ........_ .
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was dischargf-1. in this city it is announced an en- tin? out of the trouble, l he has madea -== 1 ITc. worth regular 25c. I pair MildMtppr wilt a Kua: _. .
I One lot of yea I land I'.realfull. .
It developed that both womencliirn tirely new program of magic will be clean breast of the whole atfair .
SUDDEN DEATHOF yard wide at loc. worth I *. I trl lw's.b0
a ne :;ro named Will Kelts: as a I j I i ihubind presented and that every trick and and detailed how the others would //I.)yards tine I"wi*< lawu, worthregular
15 to 2-c yard this sale I pair' ... 1'f 1'
lInt that the nUll Iud been llu-hnon the long program, with get tLe meat from the warehouse.One MRS. ABBOTT I yards for '.""c. IIII I at 7V; .1 41' ,.

visiting our of cheat when the fiat!ht I the exception of two, will be ab-=o- of them would amuse the cash- I'I'A few tlf tho-e line, fancy Parasols I T& path fl,., I!'"tr"i ...

took plu-e. lioth women t-ay they I lutely new. Among the larger and ier in the '!rice while the other one -- I which vte are .,otfenug cost lot hair. 'I ;', t..Ir I, .

cm prodiu-f c< rtiticate of mirriageand : I more showy tricks to be presented would purposely leave choice -'cuts' Mrs. Abbott, wife of Fred C. Abbott ,: C-\HI'aTS AMI '\TllMi.. Ii&: .lI&lra U 'I' o.r I .
t
a bj -.\lJI:' trial may be the final I are "The Hindoo Mango Tree" outride. Then after dirk Turner died suddenly at their home Smith'* Smyrna Hug, 21x61, for I I M \ 1T1'-,

outconif.W. 1 "The Enchanted Cabinet," the I II would drive up and take the meat on North Hayne street this after- *1 MJiith'-.45. Smyrna Kuir, Wx5t for I II "I' yard. <>, Matt jI.
If1.I I.t I7'te, "nb ,;'r .
-- I aerial mystery, "The Princess away. noon. This is a particularly sad M: I
Ia-I death. There have been I Smith's Smvriiu hugs. ..'ntk,. fat i *a latch )4attit..:
C. JONES HAS lu.mtd.i," "The Hand of RJl:: The negroes were arrested by Officer several cases *2 15. I3e.yard.. "ORb lilt.

"1..1 Fete des Fleurs" "The Taw.1 > Ray and Sanders and have of typhoid fever in the family recently Smith's Smyrna }tug*, 85x7:. for il *w ,aNe l'll i .

A SLIGHT ACCIDENT:i bonne of Seville," "The Hantos Dumont -; signified their willingness to plead and to make bad matters f335.One. lot of Keystone Miiyrna Rugs, t.UIIU. yard' ,.... I II.

I ," "The Chinese 1Vashee,1Vashee" } guilty worse, Mrs. Abbott was recently .I :CxfjCor 51.'.'. 1 i I.'.,. ,.....
-- -. confined. i She wajut ableto I. One lot at Carpet End Rag. fall
-'- getting
l I and the sensation of i'ekin, l' 5 yards Ion?, for s' c.Smith's r\iM t\11' \ ILNaltlf"t
City l'1-rk: W. C. Jour wa th'' j entitled "Voyage Instantaneous"I : CURES WEAK MEN .FREE. sit up when she was attacked today I}'I manufacturer's; Axmiai-ttr Ha/ with Hlae i

of.i-luMit accident accident by a sudden heart guarautc.,271i7tltog
victim weakness and
I I I1'he musical Goolmans will furnishpopular 2.13.. per ffttioft..*r .
yehterday.tn.i .1 telepiun menage' selections on various iu-tru- I In..nl('" l.\f' and a Hal'l'' Home died in her chair. Arrangement for ITIT\I\S. A. ........ .t

to the city hail: this uuiug tated I for All. the funeral have not yet been au- Itmi I to .t.a. .
vents, running from grand opera to How any man may quickly cure himself Elegant Hock of Lace and ,MTMCurtdin Jttftftf Pmi
he would be unable to he :-it hi* otticetl'd.I I I' after years sutleriui.; from sexual eak- nounced. at 15 per cent !h.-.> than r*,:- ;,. 75c quart.
ra; time. ne-s.. lost vitality. cigar losses, rartcocele, n ._ ___ i jular, price. I I i lIu..hhf rJlHIIinnt
'. The nature of the accident --- etc. and enlarge small weak organs to full iI I
olZ" and rigor. Simply send your name The man who owns his own home
was not stated. and address to Dr. Knapp Medical Co., tits j
Hull Building. lIt'trolt.tlcb.. and they insures himself against lots of |
Deputr'Iari'hal Siuders occupied' MICA UIAN I will gladly seudfrre receipt with full directions trouble and worry. Nobody cau I
so that any man may easily cure himself raise his rent, and the \ Son. .I
the clerk's desk at the se-ssiu: of thi at home This Is certainly a most generousotter rent day ha Joljnsou \
,andlhrfollowtagertractstaken no terrors for him. It's easy to own i
police court this mornidg with a he- PROSPECTORS from their dally mail show what men think a home now-a-days. ThoS. C. '

coming dignity.TROUBLE I of tbelrgenrro.tty."Dear .sirs-1'lease. accept my sincere Watson & Co. can tell you how ---. .. .
.. I thanks for of date. easy It a. vdiand: see them.
yours; recent I bare
__ There
,1 u ___ __ are 110 dl-fo"4e
I I given your treatment a thorough test and I Rerun 110 VIRGINIA COLLEGE
me brnrabe.brrn extraordinary it bas Wet Florida Siesta Iiik-ry brt-aJ. .
REPORTED Julius Berkley and William P. completely braced mi up. 1 am just asvuoroutas Von Deidrich Resigns. }!1 Ak for It and take tin <>tti*.... till NO 1.\ltll Y i
when a boy and you cannot .' j Heldeu of Grand Rapids, Mich., are !; realize how bapP11IUu." Berlin. Aug. 23.Admlal Von i -- aaeudtltLI6 i "'b-'t M 1 .

AT CENTURY TO-DAY :| at the Merchants hotel for a few fully."H..arInour R"sull.1If-rt'method exactly worked what I Deeded beautl- Deidrich of has resigned his post as chief : 'All- kind of Furniture t.""..- h."IQ". N..rn tp. .
staff
I strength and rigor hare completely re- of the navy. He has been rVor l' at nearly eu-, ; ry III t.ll.s drnp..a ,
I day: tarnt'd and enlargement is entirely satis succeeded by Vice Admiral I 13 is" 1 I rt
Buechacl. to make for
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I I a.:wry room I '.... ,.,..". '.
The gentlemen are furniture man -l>ear Mrs-Yours was received and i bad Admiral Von Deidrich Is the officer ,new stock. e.lartle4 ,1
A gentleman from Century today no trouble making use of the receipt as who as vice admiral was In !i tutLAKEVIEW cata.t( .. ...
ufacturers and are here for the directed and can truthfully say it is a boon comrnanJ lUltain* fmin t li.I*orthrroat Wen., JiI11 .
stated: that jut previous to bis departure par- to weak men. i am greatly" improved in of the German squadron of five cruls- 1 .m I'ltj-h.L.e..Las"",.a.a 40fflt Lr cwt.aI .
pose of prospecting in lands on ize.strength and vIgor. era In Manila bay at
the
All time
Is Commodore 1
correspondence
from there this strictly confiden -
early morn- I
I
tial, mallt.dln plain, sealed Garden hose at the Willis
which hard wood trees are standing. envelope. The (now admiral) Dewey was
+ iug a number of shots were fired jut receipt is free for the a.kln,;and they want op. r
every man :o care it. erating against! the SpanIards. I I Hardware Co's.Saie DAr ,
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north of the town and it was rumor For Over Smy Year I

ed that two persons were seriously MRS. WIS;>LOW'S 800THIS9 StBCP Eat Foley's Kidney Cure is a medicine RATHBONE SISTERS. 110nev by tuyin $ i I I'lloM i
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wounded, it not killed. I. been used for over sixty yean by millions free from poisons and will cure any your furniture I I I
mothers for their children while teetotal case of kidney disease that is not i at Marston -
Bherirl: Smith thinks the rumor a wall It soothes the child I A regular *, $ Quina'sGreat i
perfect snccess. j, beyond the reach of medicine. W. meeting of Magnolia Get Our Summer P, "t
softens gumsallays+ paincures+ wind Temple No., Rathbone Furniture Empo
Sisters, will !
canard as he has no knowledge of I A. Alemberte 121 8 Palafox st.
'colic and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea, j be held Wednesday night,August, i
1 rtum. '
anything of the sort. It will relieve the poor little sufferer !m. at 7:30 o'clock at the K. of P. hall. Best Milk m tr.
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mediately. Sold by Druggists in every part CASTOnXA.. Inflations will take place. A full attendance .
Oar ..
I't'Ck h iDrisk. I:
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onlleworhl. Twenty-flve cent..a bottle. B""I its Kr9 yin Nall l sanaTry CIU'V NUTH..J .
; especially requested, this .
) mattresses for the Nofu.TWA .
1I sold Be sure you ask for"Y n.Inslor'sBootE t- date being the Temple's first anni the rapt.J, .o.esn .
The t price ever here. MUM "f <0< iJ'rl
ll0VCd6 O. M. Pryor. log syrup"aad take no other kind. versary. Refreshments will be aSy.lhUK rallll"for deoteeoetr..t.d" will b. r.- .. kJ Hukl .
I served. Visiting members cordially crew' of tb. tinU.b ..
invited. "Burbo IIDk." -
All water used at Anderson's has i I All water used at Anderson's has THE NEWS Want column ; it MM. J. C. WILLIAMS,.M. E. C. 1. "A;IILlTOY.
been distilled. !t j been distilled. 1 will pay you. MRS. EDITH SPENCER, M. R. c. Arthur A Brown Agtaus Co.. t ?pt alt.iu k. M. AVfcK'l f

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