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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 26, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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37. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 26. 1902 NO 84


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Ifl O PROSPECT OF COAL THE OHIO I M,'SPORT FOR I, iTOlPllWITCHFAST





STRIKE ENDING LEGISLATURE, ROOSEVELT :!

SOON 1 1II TRAIN PLUNGESAccident

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: DINARY SESSION AT BEAR HUNT IN NORTH ;

Indications Point More Definitely to I 1 j jI on Southern I Road Near

COLUMBIA. i I CAROLINA.


Prolongation. -- Toccoa G<< .

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L lailcws.! I legislating! convened at :3 o'tiock p. u. The Sentinel from Asheville:: N. C.. Special to The Daily News. -

today in txjaordnary session to enact say! :
1'<1.. .\U!; ::.;.-Mm.h im Toocoa, Ga., Aug. 25.-The United SLAYS
BATTLE ABBEY laws to provide for the govern "President Roosevelt will!! visit Ash", WIFE
*a' !u-U to till < al.Jfii! States fat mail train on the Swath
ment of municipalities and to restore vllle tal) September, after being in Chut-
:.\f'.- flOlll n.allUiut: UP ern railroad was wrecked at Tua'J!
lost jurisdiction to the supreme court, taI oba Sept. 8. Me will be given a
j Ii; .-nd hours with the ga I riser few miles from Twcoa abo.'
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been rendered
LEASEDSpecial matters having bear hunt in the North Carolina mountains HUSBAND
the strike situation
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chaotic by the action of that court under the leadership of "Bg 3:31) o'clock this momingThe
.., m.t a cumber of operai
thai during the early summer. Tom" Wilson who lives! in the: shadows t-ngiiie and nearly all of fh\ --
liobm: said today
,. Promptly at the hour named each of ,Iollntlltdlpll: and who found roaches and Pullman cars were tuniril '
= r ay signs of a settle 'Ff\t' 'lil The : N.-
to The Daily News. branch of the general assembly was: the body of the celebrated Professor over and some of them badly wrecks. < to Daily .u.Ialll.
t te states, all indication
iL', : new Yor": Aug. :23.:; -Battle Abbey: called to order! and after roll call the Mitchell: who was drowned and for Strange to say, very few' people "ere :\.. .>. T.DUnt t, ..... n
-ftniuly to a prolonga.
did the historic pile which marks governor's message, accompanied bya whom the: mountain was named. Wile seriously injured \Vnnht. a prewptrnN fal.H odd
*:r.ke now than they
here lie the spot; where Harold, surrounded municipal code bill, prepared under son is said to l>e the champion bear Engineer Luha was badly hurt and leg near \\'.'.rlyttantl ru Qat aid I_
reached keepsih
n:: -t
by his Saxons, fell the direction of the chief executive, hunter of the state: and he claims to it is: reported that a negro tramp wi )' killed aletanisy staht ..hUtul..p.
the strikers, as well zi
before the ax William the Conquer was received and adjournment taken.In have killed over l.oftO of the woolly killed. ,
,' and may be seen daily
We hills with members ol or at the battle of Hastings, has been his message Governor Nash urges giants lie u making extensive prep. The train ran into an open switch, It The deed 1111" .rwatittMl .I 1donhlebarnird

leased for a term of years, lays the the repeal of the act passed last May, arations for a chase with the presi is said. The railroad officials are men .huta to n. .thi
.Aloe the road he frets
( with mint Herald, to Michael P. Grace, brother a: depriving the supreme court of nearly dent. ing a rigid investigation: of the cause: top of 1:1. b*.(l .<. .k0t at
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former MavorVilliam R Grace. all the appellate jurisdiction formerly i of the accident.The The uhbortundt .... .w\*...J NT

whom displayed friendly Mr. Grace will use the abbey as a possessed by court. Continuo fast mail is one of the fastest the <-r1r. of his wife sad a cr *4 ."'1

ward him here personally.against the Th'rr'Iltg soled winter residence.For ing, the message says: i MOLINEUX SECURES trains operated on the Southern ra'l.way lathered $l1hf'rt F.etr'wa yea .1.

a long time Mr: Grave has! leased "During the last days of June the' and it handles thousands of phoned for and 1IUf"lll trr14 "Milbloodhoun

me a railitaiy movement has become has beer aatl.at Lord Howes' estate in Herttoidshire supreme court of the state handed NEW EVIDENCESpecial pounds of mall matter, and this train <1i. tut they ,,,n.. 10 N1thi

for his winter home down several decisions which prac was loaded with a large quantity of 1 a trail
i to start a company' in this
tattle Abbey, which belonged to tho tically deprive our municipal corporations mail for soutlua.-tern and southwestern The oRlrvra ai'li4 the te.sw as,4

late Duchess of (,Cleveland widow of of all government. The question points. This mail matter hall found two hided b.t.: I, ual! operators are b<'Kinnir.3i : to The News. I 1 >. .... .....
Daily > the lattorWr h\ r. .'
the fourth and last Duke of Cleveland now i.:>. not what we think would: been !:saved and was sent to Atlanta re '
-vldomv of willingness: to 1.
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and mother of Lord 1l0sphE'fwas \ be a 'model'! municipal government, New York, Aug. ::;General EdwinL. on a relay train.Condnetor nrHt1rl.

i k. if a method could be sold at auction la.t autumn to Sir: but what we can get considering the Mollneux, whose son Roland is in Cannon wa' In char. of :\ ..::ht t." i tIn ''q'. wtaH.f

how they could make a Augustus Trederifk"ali{ Webster, eon.-titiitinnal limitations and all the the Tombs awaiting his third trial on I the train.Iany Atlanta people returning fix- n rt. p. v Thai! 'h.reWMM!
T t'! r men without fitultilu
a descendant of Sir Thomas Webster, circumstances surrounding us." the charge of causing Miss Kate J. from ttn east were aboard, ohfll <>n IP. !1.1.! ?

,. speaking with. who bought the abbey from the sixta The Governor advises the legislatireto Adams' death declared he has ecurJed but none of them are reported seriously Shi ll. w, r,' ,.irx4 ..aeaihd ...

,--.iff, at brigade headlo viscount Montague in ilS, and in icnoie; requests for a constitutional: I new evidence: which will be presented hurt I tw--n thf if.' n< ..i.d t'.. fl,nt .,...

within the pasti.dt whose family the abbey remained for convention. when the trial is called in Oc The railway officials arc hard at and h.- w .. "' t ..' a. ahuig ....

if a way could 13u years. The purchase price was He then submits! his ideas of the tober. "I know positively that my work clearing! up the wreckage, but and tth! with \ i. Ie.. .> <......

"Y they could give lohlud0. is innocent of the crime !>itpir!<>n i" t> 'II'! ,(, IN ...... aa J
.. the equivalent of $ necessity of the situation in the form my son of the line will be blocked all day.
theratelUB In a she ban l.. > n ,: "I tnd! r ....
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01 a municipal! code bill the enactment murder. he said. "I have absolute The fast mail train on the Southern
I favor a settle oof possession." It is fa of the trains In The tfil.f I: II' if.i- ln'r ... 1M'
of which he recommends. Concluding pi in my more one most popular
"U is using hiettiemrnt CHASE OFWHITE Wright lII' I.-d!. nth tit 't." u" N
the governor says: than ten mouths since the court of the pouthIt Is! always crowded, and
an1 Molioeux trial Is the train >, 1i7ed bv fie United bit wife It- .n a Ir' > 4tcation <' ea1MiP
., "I suggest that by Joint resclutlona an; dill granted a reu su -
< > pass when SQUADRON you refer the school laws to the shIp Dur 1.1!; that time the general workedup Status government to haul the with ,+h.t rr K-ntrtM the *t.
.t,' a, to make which he man <'<'D'> -.I I II. K: :>KI fit h.f .
commissioner of common schools and the evidence through sayshe malls from the east to the southeastand
1r i .: 'I! ,' men 0:] band Tb. -- the attorney general, and the laws relating will establish the innocence of his I I southwest.The .
to the compensation of countyofficers son beyond the shadow of a doubt. I I officials of the Southern declare quiet for fear of n ,,u' v >,Ni rp p t 1raiatera
r'A Special to The Daily News: II, I of the ii.ut.i.rI d ataa all
that the switch thrown
to the auditor of state, secretary I was open by
!: STRIKERS RIOTOUS. :23.; -Admiral HUgin.son I greatly wrousht up WnvM .*i
Washington, Aug. of unknown and with nialuiAiit I
stat and the attorney general FRIEND 1 persons '
soon will submit to the navy ; the laws relating to registrationand SHOT I, Intent. Detectives' and local offlurs I about rT years ur MIand bi.hl> f*.
5_. P, an Is Stibbedand Beat an elaborate report of the : I (.[H-it.',! Hi _n.1! hli wife k4 bea
department elections to the secretary of state are scouring the country far the mc.
"r'oil! Hazltton.ug. reMilts of the chase of the \\hitesCjuaLron and the laws relation to annual boardsof FOR BURGLAR I creants and every effort will I* made children I"> uf whom weir at halve

'+ \ 20 August the north Atlantic squad. at u... :n'<> .+( 'thimiMr Mrs.
by equalization to the uditor of state to apprehend the guilty partiesIn '
? .Irs, a special po. which emTeiT esterday. In the Wrt ;hi h.i- >>.-rn tikes tt. W.v.vt|) lad
ron, : with instructions to n-vive and recodi. regard to the wreck the Atlanta
1 .' --a of the I-rf-his'J meantime the official report of the affair officials of the Southern sec rrticeu' pal'J ir. )* !
fy said! laws, remove therefrom all
Special to The Daily News: ____
assaulted
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is confined to the brief telegramsalso i full have vet !,
Infierfections>) and have their work! The particulars nut c..ireceived
: outskirts early received from Commander Pillsbury ready for presentation! to the next gene Richmond Ya, Aug. :: .-Sunday by them and Ih.d..drw! t t MAN
:.c ;i''(ring to rescue his: surrender and morning J. D. Wilson, a well known
announcing his a
; era! asjemwy of Ohio. on the firstrlnday I i give out anything; until they are fillyInformed !! I
Si hewh, a i.ou-union telling young man shot and instantly killed TAKESFATAL
from Admiral Higgmsou
dispatch In January, pun 4 I as to the cause and eff'--tn
"..'-d at the company's of the disposition he had made of -- his friend O. R Apperson The families I of the accident NAP

\ 'bum a mob of about the vossi Is engaged in the chase. I of the two occupied the same i

who had gathered from Naval officers! here say that while COLOMBIAN house. Apperson's family was away I __
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tHdv l !Iton resign the and Apperson had his sleeping I
on the capture of the white squadron changed MET INSTANT Special to The Ifcily N.NVvr a'

to the mine to fru-s- seemed to be a foregone conclusion, room."iI on, hearing a noisein .
Tofh Acv : l'" I I. raa.
i of the company for a the discrepancy iu str'ngthbl' REBELS ACTIVE the room, proceeded to investigate.
owing to "'aa. forvma in I ti.m of operations with !wl'n the two squadrons, yet this I Seeing a form which In the
". e of :::all hands. chase has had instructive and Important I supposed to be that of a burglar, he I I Henetr.d sad Mdahty d.eessthetr

pi the non-union men results It is the expectation th.tperhaps Special to The Daily News. challenged and receiving no answer, !i .
I '-t and tote RtMed.sy for up.
'he workings in a spell another such chase Jamaica,' Aug.: :23.:; -The fired with the above result! Both I
Kingston,
next year 1, ( Af>'r --ptnc: an liner lw aw'.*.. .. !
the strikers did not' will be made in which the problem British! steamer Orinoco, which arrived families are highly connected II to The Daily News.Rt. 'In MM:!, li.r,* hat) his baiaiKroV*
rare with. :Mr. Sthcuch, presented to the defending squadronwill here today from Colombian ports, reported : Louis Aug.2.' -Mrs'Mnrv Antomette i it.. .':. of Mir 'tff to th* ....*.s.

this city. walked from be much more difficult than that that the rebels of Colombiaare OUTLAWS SURRENDERTO I Hopkins, widow of the !.i'"- oat I...,,.a a Itt'taiN of left '.. .

,.* .ud the colliery and thus In which 1hll,; 'Just bean engaged. increasing their forces continually Edward A. Hopkins, former 1'11:1: i ar i A.I -'.11'" t .;.-(! r,,.e.,',

"' hands of the pickets. and that there is greater activity! I States minister to Argentine! wan Instantly 1111' ,. tb v t.aralsl

f lothing was torn from in the vicinity of the isthmus It is OFFICER I killed by stepping In front ,,10 .I"j' 'r' '. .It Iii" ff :
t'! .' -trtigJtle which follow BOER GENERALS garrisonat the of f
feared that government of a street car going at rat. 3"t -
Si; h.-uch rushed to his ad i j t .
Colon capnot successfully defend miles an hour. Deceased was U>n I
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upon the elder Scheuch, LOYAL SUBJECTSSpecial the town owing to the strength of the Special to The Daily News: I II in Paris ID 1S"9. She wan a marchioness I II MUST MARRY

f'ally: rt"'SC41'd by a mine birth and l baroness :
rebels Mid'dlesbofo : by a < r
] Ky. Aug 25 -AccordIng I
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I'd removed to the miner The Orinoco has a passenger Cap- Tom her marriage in lit'; ), to the Baron'
advices received here
to today I OR CO TO PEN
Si heuch wa; stabbed in to The Daily News. tain Navarro, who is proceeding to the Mullins: and "Son"Iullfns: have surrendered -I. Renthel. She was the widow of th" l

-' and on each hip kicked lu Island of Trinidirt to take commandof to Virginia officers. They late Edward A. Hopkins TnltM S'ar.* -

-n and struck on the head N>w York. Aug. 23.-The attitudeof Venezuelan revolutionary steamer are charged with numerous offenses, i I minister to the Argentina repubiL1. 1

"f Hill Injuries are note the Boer generals on the continentis known as the Ban Righ and Bolivar among others, the assault of Miss Cora i iI I who died In ISM.Five c'-I.l toTfe* %*..

'. The knife which was regarded here as absolutely correct, which the Colombian governmentis v"illiams, of Fret-land Va. They were children sun'Iher, all: ef i Ral.t! >:h. N c'1' :', < .erMt!
,n breast struck a rib and cables the London correspondent of reported to have acquired from the I whom, except Constantine I., voa
I surrounded in the mountains. It is i : A Jf'ol'I..t *-k II fT> red a r......

.r t lah1y paved his life. Thaev'nt The Tribune It has been found impossible revolutionary party for warship pur said others are Implicated in the assault i Renthel, are residents! of other ( hr Paul M.-DoBal
work at the mir.e U to inveigle them into schemesof poses. on Miss Williams. The :Mul- tries. 'oun'l !lillU to marry a YOtIlt: itirl it If..,

discontent and mi?chif, and General tins were members of Ge.'je Potter's test rouoty. !I.rt her T'* sa'.errur

Botha's reported statement that !tt band. was to muih IctcrMtnd la kt I"e 4MM.

It'ckpts' Patrolling Valley is the duty of the burgheds wishing tolive I SHOT AND KILLED rapture that b* pwWwkM an $..., k

j I'a.. Au?. 25.-Not since iu South Africa to respect anjobserve RECEIVERFOR i i tn the rPM Mir....a4 -u nap. f

atmn of the anthracite coale the laws of the British! empire CHRONICLE BATTLESHIP MAINEMAKES SWEETHEART turn at Ckarl'it- Tb4 goernet r.ay. ::
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I L* 1It,1It marry li.. girl ur to t9 _
"'Mo many pickets patr.>l. subjects of King Edward enchancesthe -- REBORDSpecial I the p.alteatisry

"..'ithcr Creek valley as was respect that Englishmen Lave Special to The Daily News. : Special to The Daily News t

>'ay An official of the hitherto felt: for him.CONSUMPTION yT ., ...
Savannah. Ga Ana:; .", -The Augusta Memphis Au? 2a -A ImHu cpe ht .kf' In. % r horn'
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Emitted! today that prac- ---- --- ; Chronicle, the oldest newspaperin to The Daily News.Philadelphia. clad from Huntington, T.TJU. sass: I I AU"I, Fcw oMvt.., a ptl....r. It .
are hard to THREATENED."I
and
procure ..
News has just reached her that .
tf the the south established! in 1783: wasplaced :. I' cure pilhful, erattiat aefr*.. /.*,
coal companies ar9 troubled with a backing Aug. 25.-The new bat
was Maud
Miss
Thompson killed .
wan
. in the hands of a temporary receiver my and _
11L1l1n.IDI n iU. AM! i.*
-its any of the mines for cough for a yeu and I tbouzhtl had Saturday night. Applicationwas tleship Maine returned to Cramps'ship James Greer near the g1rl' home In j i I Ufctlftake
I. yards today from her trial trip I I the stink out "f C<>TB. ah.j boa.ion .
consumption," says C. Unger, 211! made to and granted by Judge Lenderson county. The only cause i'

Maple Ht., Champaign, Ill "I tried"a Pope Barrow, of the superior court. E. over the Cape Ann course. The vessel I assigned Is that the girl! refuse to go :, *. 1". the greatest corsfetl dk.
>t Burnett's Vanilla Extract is is said! to have made a new coast I with him. covers of the a/.. AU..'. Vt.F .
remedies and I was under 1 R Hook, president of the paper, was away
great many record yesterday on the run betweenthe : :a.41 makes UiM of sew ...... fNI,
it three! of the doubtful the of physicians for several made temporary receiver. Landon A. Meeting her in the road he put an i
care:
I Thomas et al. petitioned for the receiver. Boston Lightship and the Over arm around hr neck and shot br I easy. It 14 a eoruib cur f.r ***.(.
!B'h co;;tin? a few cents months. I used one bottle of Foley'sHoney I
I'' The schedule of The Chron.cle' falls Lightship, off the Delaware coast twice with a pistol. The murderer i lag; callous and hut, tired ae.'ear
!It ''ttle its and Tar. It cured me, and 410 miles in '
the distance of
and covering
purity great troubled since." ) liabilities is a* follows: : Com escaped. I II fet. Try U f'...Gy, rcUW by aftdru
been :!
have not 24 hours 10 minutes, fer I' .
:ake it the mo?t economic mon stock, JT5.000; preferred stock, average I /jh.te and ..b.r.... IM.. ,
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CONCERT- AXD DANCE AT $35.000; bonds J35.000; tax ft fas., speed was 16.91 knots. For Over sluT Yean j jMm. I accept aojr ab-tltut*, llf mart fr

, "' THURSDAY 15.000 floating debts (estimated) $25 WI58LOW Hooiatxa crarr bas';
t I tt MALT han marvelous MAGNOLIA BLUFF ; CONCERT AND DANCE AT i CInetampe;! Triaipaek.g.F'aett,

;\ luft. IC bIle refreshing and XIO HT. TRAINS AT 8,8:30 AND 000. MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY .I been mothers used for for their over ebllirl'nblle lIlt, yrars b; miUioaiol t. thln(, !i i' AddreM. Alien r>, Uhst t..d. 1A.\.tf. a

to take it helps a$,imila. 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT y he best for the SIGHT TRAINS AT &, S:30 AND I with perfect laeeeii. II laothM tile child, 'I y, -

,..1.)1.:1: : byD.isNliELsq 11:50.; TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT softens the gannaU all I
... U1ULU I USSES price ever sold here 9, LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT paincaret wind I'I stlaaoa. awl ..t 11l .
: BRO, DEPOT.All O. M. colic, and U the best remedy for IlIarro.L j
Fur-
Pryor 11:5'. TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT It will relieve tbe poor little taiTerer lm l i f1 UrOt It ipPE *"* till d aye Make
Store.Fpley's.
r' ;,. niture r-x.m for sew ....k...
''Shearsthcit will cut water used at Anderson's has DEPOT. medIately Bold by Dra;giiti 10 even ort 0, M. ft/or
I' been distilled of the world. Twenty-Bf cent a bottle
Tar
'r 'If the Willis Hard'e.l'O PJTJ j-BaUam- --Stops- ---the--Tickling Honey and All water used at Anderson's has Be tan yon ark for "7t n.Wiailow'i Boom All water used at Ab4rvu s bas .

s. sad oai.ir&IJ.ij'.IO ,'-"""" :r In tha ttroat cures colds, prevents pneumonia : been distilled .- .- lag Byrap," sad take ao otter: kind beta dbUl1tJ. i
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA, TUESDAY AUGUST 28,1902.


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rite SPORTING WORLD t",

BEST FOR THE' .

"Plolt""!' Blira1* Career.

William Martin, known through the

BOWELS world as 'Tlusger: : Kill" the p-eatest I tl

ill around Ikt, will be a comititor
t. "..IlL,r movement of tbi. cji ":
.. .. IM. kp IOU !n many of the praml circuit raws dur- : Jim Dumps' good wife had oft been heard
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..,..,.,.,. fa,.>.imc Tbv the mO"tttiktti tuttrlf. I j inij: the !uininer. Martin has bi-cn camlpnlng To vow she'd have that one last word," 'h

: I rl1l for twenty jears and. al And she rejoiced to win of course. 1 .

CANDY ; 1 1CA tbou h lie now is! forty-two years of Until the day Jim first ate Force I" i.. .

THARTIC I Now she can force no fight from him, \ :

II For force has made him "Sunn" Jim." f ft .

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EAT 'E LIKE CANDY I,
MJ >t it, TMt,,<;,w.i. Pocood FORCE "
10.,1" I'' unJ W r nto ii
( ,.ui|>U 101 booklet on |
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YOUR BLOOD CLEAN .

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I Rheumatism Swtet criip flake* of wheat and mlt-cnun cold.



iiniGSOL th im>at tested 4fidrmlonvd "I have tried several package* f f'Forc and think It the bet and mOl't !I'InrL.h-
(nlitunim Irtg (oo specially: good lor indigestion. I shall recommend it to
I.rue.ly will cure rur {rlt.ld.-L: -*
.rci Liver. KUnvy aujaik pinna fsraUbeJ on tj>pUcAUon.)
, J ty an eni-ss c( "oJ
ftr '...js, and builds up ..'
, 'Tcrgia wuileiu.ng it -- .__ ___J .
, tik of wonderful cerJl -
. for v or Lottie. For tale take n. prominent position which he'has I A dosi- of the I \.. : !,. inn.. : .. ..".
r BOYS and GIRLS !t ,,,,'. .1.. ,
II ilrotntW ran tiot m. 'i| pairmomiuUT II
\n-ir not assumed iu nceiit 'l'ars.11 sr"tJTER' rut r be for II I, ,.. .
\ ul l Mat prepaid uponCle.T.icalC3.LosAige6sCa IJ 0 mettls will sliarpin '''. ? c.." r.hl\ ? .II.i
A.1.1rclj the owners mentionedne entries for S :i In? our "Blueine." 40 per rtat, rommimnn on all all'! .An imli'|M-u abi. ariMU torii
the appetite, .
I' CElEBRUEO I hOlls holli u.. E. ry llilly h dll/hll'lt bl'n th. .. .1 fill. .h. lIIali... ,law....,
, the Oaks also. The American entries tone up the Bine-water you ever used in tu<' wa-U. Write Unlay, brfm,' jr<.ur urnimr i. takraorn "
!: !, for the Jerky nnuitM-r fhirty-six; and dl fetomach l'itlon.and Wben aid ; one ';li", and we will Bend by return m &il. o"" ,'urn., 1.i-t...... ,if "81"el"e/'
, or the taken regularly I When you have 80t"lb"l1I. rrlurn U4 sir., rl'tlilDlOllb.> tAl.>iHl r a. jvm tvuiiull*
for the Oaks twentyone.lll hlou. i> not clclftv but wrllt*
at
o Ollclttr".M. \"
: & Siskin Drug Co., Atlanta, 6a.tulribullnj "d ill .. ; : will poaithelycure I .\ i. (;[LKM.MAM'KACni: : CO. Itepi r IN Ihn ul. I'hiU. !'.

Agenti. \ Slick .0 ('0111"... "'", ,

, With \Volverton Philcdel- .'.,.". Headache
going to TIME TABLE.
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i Ii phia and Mullen of etroit Jumping to i"I'; ,
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New York, the friends of the American Indigestion) LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.I .

SUNDAY i league in I'.oston city are inquiring Pyspepsia. EI<'nCT IIJoCl FIFTH ,
about the Collins; team. The most Constipation -
I careful investigation finds all the toys and Malaria. New Orleans and Mobile.

ELIM ASSOCIATION entirely Katisficd, and none Is even ff--::
SITTERS
A trial will I
!'0.8. :IIO.t. So.!. No." I o.l.
i iI "l'Lt"GGER BILL" MAKTIX.age. thinking of jumping from Boston although convince you. ,17:15. J2I/lm lI:05pILttne..P..n..col.Arrln a:,., .'p tlll: ,
I have been :5I1 a %::17 p 1'r.I a Lu1'e_. nODl.too ... I..a" !.. a I I:*' p r." ,
Is still regarded as one of the leadIng tome indirectly approached 11:00 a ::!'.! 2::>.i.'Ilave.Moblht 1...." :..' ', I'll. .... ,
.latij for the fifth Sunday I racing men. i by agents of the National You can get your house ......___ :2.'ip 7:11II a I.tan. _N"' 1I.1..nll f....... ...., P 1:11 a --.__

"Plugger: Bill," who pained his league. North.
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",'tt't A"ocution, a. preluHiiouary flot.ri-j furnished complete at Mar
quet because he Is particularly at
I' .' committee: In handicap e\ents. pu-hing a fl.warkI Failrst Four-year-old, ston # Quina's on easy pajments /- No.2. !'to, 4. o.1 III.. ..
I Gavatta. 3.11': ,;. is the fastest four- .._. .
f..llow : I 11:116 pm lt5 p 01 L..ve. J'pnoacot. Arrl' .:1" p ID a.' .
ably high pear: and plugging; along: year-old of this season by the records i weekly or monthly 8:15am 8:57pm ArrIYe..Mootlom..rY.I....... IIUam t.. ..
,, will hf! held ut Hay'sinilo steadily, has won races of ctery description I I lI: am PO'! pm Arrl\"e.Jilimlollbalu I..a'. ,.. ..... .
,.fluthwe.t of MeUIII.J..Y' so far. She is by :Milroi. dam Annapallis. 7lXipm 3:10" m Arrl\.bvtll. I...... _
"U' from a quarter of a mile to a $) :13 ArrlLoul 'I'III.. ... .1...... t6. .
a tD tl
,, by Prodigal. 2:10, her dam Lady : a m : p m f
:\ and Sunday, Au,' sis day race, lie has won races in all 7:'06m i 1I: "m Arrlve..l.lnclooall Lto..... ....'pm 1I.1t ..
Wilton. 2lHi.: one of the brood mares KiDNEY OISE1SE 7I1": m -'rrlv.. Mt.I."II. .1.88\8 .:I lit .
11Iym p :M.pPENSACOLA .!'..
OO"lttr.IOl '. parts of the globe, and his winnings I I -
: ) In Thomas W. Lawson's btUd.Negro
mount to $:;U.OtM>0. \ large; imrtion I AND RIVER JUNCTION.
(' ill. d to order by chnir.iul Mangled: Car Whe' ls.Pl'lham. !
t\erci-e3 Kev.VViiit of this was won through; betting b/ No. :on-llallY No. 8-lIally I !'tOltOp ..ht're Um.. Dot .bown I o. J-l'.ly ".. ::11-1'1,
by his chances. Iu Australia'he won th..1 C.a.. Aug. 23.-"Snake" ire th* meat UtaJ cl dJcues. d -- --
V' 11:55 7:01 Lt'a .. ... }'pnlacol. _,Arrlu I .
I p m } a m e. 1".611 P'II t. ,
lthe duty ofw. greatest annual exent and, besides the Thomas a negro was instantly killed I 1 ;15 night 7:1.1" ". ...... lOb..l1Ila.. ... ... lu:<< .. toUO"
rd thf jmr-e, casU'd iu about.IH.OIXI in bets. i in an attempt to board a moving train 7:11f" .. ... \'nlp tr. ...._ le:1t to ':11 II
miirtnary .
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::!::1 It 7t It _.......tltc.mbla ..._ I.... .. .
l II. ptrformed? by 1.. Martin was l*>rn in ctroit. lie won I at this place. lie Ml under the wheels ltI.) 75" .... ..... M IIlat .......... I': .. .
..ttu..ro. a bicycle race four jears I.eful'rUJllr I and his. head and both legs were el- II' F"illY'@IIDIEYCUIEIIIUbi' II\I 7t'4 It .. ... .m Harp. ... ..... IO:!} ..1'Ui
of mnsionst ] I' It 7I.'i" .........Ult Clly .. 10:11 to ':17" ,
Zimmerman, who retired four .m. .
'I'lrit; .. years i most completely severed from Lisbody. I:!: 7W": ....... llltoll... .. ... 1J.1tI.. .:. II
t .111 A 'Ciatiou? by ago: won his novhv race. Zimmerman 1io1 m .... II ......600<1 Kaolle ..... .. .. II
lid other*. collapsed, but Martin continues to ride refunded. CorttlniremedJei 1:55 to 8:15" .m..m" }f lU .... .._ .:11I" ,,. ..
led by M. A. or montf :!::' I It ::tII" ......... MlIlIl/aO ....._ .. t:. II .JI II
i-u faster and better' in cu-ry race.Before A Cure for Cholera Infantum. I by eminent !: to H\: It ........ ('r.. t\'I". ........ .:11" Hili IISO
he entered the ranks of racing recognized nuner.JVr "Last May," says Mrs. Curtis tha hat lei B3": 11:11) .. ...... Io..y lI..ad ..... It 1( .., II II' II
by chair- cyclists Martin was a noted pedestrian I Ian,1 physiduu u 4:0: II U:: 'i It _Ilel<'unlakMprlnc,., 1(:" .... ..
: \\ou muurllct.s in the west. Baker of Bookwalter, Ohio, "an infant and Bl di troublu .:1'1" 1/:14" _......... Argyle .._ It 1... .. 1:11..
D. M. Klcbty &f ..
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of suffering :111 I :u. }'once delt>OD __ f:,.. : 1:11
Martin entered the professional ranks child our neighbor's was 'IUCi .. ... 11M\\. 11:00" HI .. ... .. .. \\.I..ln. ....._ It 1:17" .::. to
> from cholera infantuin. The 11:1114" )) .. ..... ........ .. r.u" ..
>.> I.ut a misElimAs- l.i ISN:! His first professional race was : (.arY\'IIIt1 .. I H
i I W. A. D'ALEMBEBTE. 1Il.'l" 1.1$1' ....._.... Hool"' ,. ........ .... .. Iff"
; : : If") miles for the championship of Nebraska. : doctor had given up all hopes of re 8:110 II 10:17" ..... ..1 blpte, .. .... .. 11:111" I .. II
i A ,twin andre ; -- 8:80" 11:117" ... ...._ .. ..
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In this ra'eIartin was I took a bottle of Chamber .. Cotaoo""le .. .14". It: ..
I covery. 7:110" 1I: 5" .. ... Iari..oo. ...... ,.. IfU"
.. thrown and was thought to have l>eenkilled. lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrrw-a Try one of our celebrated 7\0": 115" .". .....l.'pr.... .... .... 5.1 1" II" .
: ;' ruu.mittee He tied up a ghastly wound in to the house telling them 7:40 It 11:51" ......Ur.nd RldI(8.._. I 6."' 11 :. "
Remedy .
!I'-yui-ut of a mis- II. $ S. Felt Mattresses. 7&J" IIIS: noon t. .... .. "1I1'a.lI.. .. 1:11': Itlr... .
\t; ociation? his head with n handkerchief however, that I felt sure it would do good if ":15" 1t:1;) .\rrlv.RI""I"l'lIon I........ 1" In''' toI
I' I utl..r... and remounting his wheel, continued used according to directions. In two They never pack or gww I

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,--i ,uary? by H. C. Martin arrived :New York recently and is now < nearly a year !I LAW DEPARTMENT

after a four years' campaign abroad.Mnkinir since) a vigorous, healthy girl. I mattress, at half the price. I _
.. -I.t rvices then recess have recommended this remedy frequently Marston $ Quina. i OF
I and have never known it to

.. ,- by liev.. T. Fil- II I' a f'bQII8. fail i iu any single instance." For John BP Stetson UniversityTDo
Cincinnati supplies practically the ,., !ale by all druggists and medicine I
entire middle west with baseballs and dealers. The Beer II XjftXirt Floricln.
I
!oou'HIa
) something like VJ5 iicoj'le earn n living
i JOHN "'. FOK11KS. I'll. n., I'r.lclf'lIl.I.BEIT.J .',\11" \11.1.1. IU l" *nPiill
,1..1 ,\ chuol mass meetuud in the bnst-ball factories of the city.
lln" Do \ 00 Make a ( irilefThe
1\\'mtll others.Mi The process ot making: baseballs on I intclligeiii'e of begnugiil That Made Term ('( niinciucVcilni>%ila> O ,|OMT I. I Hit:':.
poople.
: .,.imury serinoii by n wholesale plan is a rather interesting! !' may TWO '\' :"dtS' l'OU H'HTh", Law U..purlnif nt oIJuliu It '1..1...h I'Blunll, (tvftatwoyears
Ly iii-Kiii:; them to make a course leading I" the dfirrei' nf I.I. IS
McAnally will, after be taken which I one. consuming in a single: season j I circle on jiajHT \\ ith a pencil and noting I DKUUKK Al'MIl'M Tu THE K A It-Tb.. diploma of tb. lj w i.-partiunl of Jafci H.
r ini-sioiii ; something like .OIM) skins. The scrap- : ANNH I R r At1 U Stetson I'mvcrsity admits to tbr Mar
I in which direction the hand is
:i.t'r. I :I' MMtTHKK IM-'nK\IATII).'--.orlh..l.aI1l'Aooounl''nll'1I1 of''l..nd I ,,II..lh.ra..
---.u and grayer ser- plugs from the shoe factories, of which ] mount The good student in a matheiuuticnl I sired Information n'gardlDI( l hi- Law 1''I'l&rt.....nt.I\.l lUrr.iALHKKT
the fOra w" balls sire molded are ston-d class draws circles from left !I J. FAUUAH. !><-an ot I.sw II.utmfoht.!

in cellars of about one acre and -1:05VICTORIA: I>* l.-iud. FU.
<1 tll order by chairman ; area to right. The inferiority of the softer
W. li. Coun- from this material the balls are shaped
x. rn-.es by sex as will as the male dunces, is
-> ll.iiieoii-t business; ad- by ha ud. According: to quality the !
., I shown by their drawing from right to Tulane Universit v of Louisiana.
ball is bound few several dozen
by a or
left eo'
Uo the
[ Asylum patients same. ,
invited to attend MADE 15Y ACME BREWING CO.
ii.illy
i rounds of cord. The "raw" balls are I London 1'auiily Doctor. I 1.\To"v Orlon.IN. ,

placed in automatic molds: shaping the KKSt 10-CKXT nOTILB IJLKliIN : .
I). M. MKISKHT: ,
Chairman.It balls and at the same time pressing out I TOWN.DA.NNHEIS8ER. I EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LLD., President.
Deafness Cannot lie Curort
nil moisture to the tune of :300 gross nday. I

(Ille emplojee will shape as many by local applications as they cannot BROS. Kull Courses In I.anaua.t"lpnc" Knzlnwrlng I.*.. Medli-m* I.bl.rm'. Art.ho .
Needs a Tonic.times veil Separate Uepartnients. Sixtrt-n Huildioift. K.tn l\- 1.II.r.I... l..l..>r.lorl4
when liver asUK*) of the raw balls in a single ': reach the diseased portion of the AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED and Work6hop4. Hplendid Iiepartment" for W orni-n In ttiv >v.ouiib I ullrfTulane

your working day. ear. There i ii only one way to cure makes leaders In all vocations. lt. lanlitloi fur truftion ac* ua.iirp*.*...lIntheHoulb.
Don't I I. f Whi&
: .c. g-I\'e purgatives The newly presstnl balls are then [ ,. Harper 6Y. 1<:I\blY- instructor I\nllt .tu'l' ..nt( l".t t..>."'D. Maarb<'i''r'kip >
unit weaken. DeWitt's deafness, and that is by constitutional In the academic department open to Louiilaoa hoy., r.iiwn*** or M-fioUr.kip tintlvol
.y Itisers expel all poison I sorted and allowed to dry out for a remedies. Deafness is, caused Main House-401 8. Palafox atreet.R. "j for i-esslon. Board and lot iu? indormilorle* *i low rate* I'iurluaUIri. aTur!
-...>tem and act us tonic to period of from three to four weeks I ban inflamed condition of the mucous .R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot academic studnnn for It-help. In ibe Ara lemiel'olleK.-, rmhoj, Kpr."|>*tl7 pfMir' for colleen work, will be turned away from inability to pay tuition. Sil >...>.. k >
\V. Hcott Ml: Highland : when their eight is nduced to perhaps : lining of the Kutachian Tube. P. 0. Box 2S1. Pensacola, Fla. gins October 1st. Send for Catalogue

:"'n. Pa., says: "1 have I five ounces. Something' like L'uO I When this tube is inflamed you have Phones 116-268. I AJdrt., k.K.BKUrK *r ury.

,. Witt's Little Earl) Risers of these twine bound leather balls can a rumbling: sound or imperfect hearing -
several and would and when it is closed ----- -- -- -
>r years be found in the bins at nil times. I entirely ---
without them." mall and Deafness is the re-nit, and unless
-i >-WE WILL- ,*
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take. Purely vegetable. I the inflammation can be taken out
I Eo&lhh Derby Entries.
.r jrripe or distress. Harncy. and this tube restored to its normal ..
The entries for the 1'erby for 1904
John tllt'rrardl'3id. ; condition, hearing will bf destroyed
Include five horses of King Edward'sstud OUR STOCK OP
I forever; nine cases out of fn are CLOSE OUT SUMMER GOODS
three belonging to Lord Ilosebory caused by catarrh, which is nothing

and seveji from Richard Croker's : but an inflamed condition of the ...
Foicy's Btables. William C. Whitney and other mucous surface. at and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of .
Cure ..
Kidney I It".1 American owners also have numerous We will give One Hundred Dollars

--i kidneys and bladder right. I entries. The Duke of Portland, for any ca..> of Deafness (cau ed by -*Fall Goods: :

with ten: liores enjer<..ijiromlsps to catarrh) that cannot be cured by !
>t.. of to be made i Hall's Catarrh Cure. Kend for cir
money 28 doz Men's Laundried !Shirts, 63 pair Ladies' Sprin Heel
-'..ttlots of it. A real es- Bl'trial size of culars; free. Ott your boy readr for ehl.
u-ually. a finger-board to : TEN CENTS WILL I' :F. J. Cii ENEY & Co., Toledo, 0. regular f 1, to close at 75c. regular $I goods, to close quick fhOt-"j! We carry a full lln. uf Hori'HulU.. f
Ely's Cream Balm ; enough to con pair. I 58 Hoy"' Huit, r" uUr
Thos. C. Watson & Sold by Druggists. 75c. 27 doz Men's Colored Laundried price ll.tt, 'I
Co. ieadnig Heal Kstate firm 1 vince you that it I is the greatest t-f : -- -. .- shirts, regularise, to close at 55f. 83 pair Ladies' Low Cut Slipper? I to close at' 7Sc mil. -
..> olfrrs which it would remedies for nasal catarrh! or cold in I Revenge.The regular $1.25: goods, to close at U.olpair. I 67 Boy! Wool Haiti. re/oUr prlc 1
." >ur while to consider. Go I the head. Full Mze 50 cent All Brlde-There's only one thing 67 doz Men's Colored Laundried U. J/J and $1..;;. to clou at 11.15 ult.IWHoy1 .
drujrgists. W email it. I needed to complete our happln s. Shirts, regular 50c goods, to cloeat3oc A II.Wool ,HulU, r'IQlar
em and
don't wait
row to-day, ELY BROS., 56 Warren !Street, The Groom-What is that, dearest? ; these goods should go in 21 63 pair Men's Low Cut Bhoes, rejr- price $21*) to |3.U, to clone at fl.fr .

New Yo k. j The Bride I do "wish my first husband hours. ular |1.50 goods, to close at *1.20 and2U) uit.

153; Second Street, Albany, ::\. Y.Messrs. : and your first wife would meet 20 doz Men's French Neck Balbriggan pair We carry the UrzMt line of Hora* t!

don tj- Quina have ELY BROS.- suffered I and get married.-Detroit Free Press. Undershirts at 20c, regular 25c We carry the largest line of Boys' Pant carried by any hliuee la the ,,I 1

." "cry nice Dressers and greatly with catarrh and tried differ goods. Shoes of any houe in Pensacola.! city t
remedies without eflect. After : All of oar Ladle1 and MI.! ...' .
Stands ent There Is eo much competition In the 30 doz Men's French Neck Balbriggan Bring your boys to us, we can fit
very cheap.'he using cue bottle of your Cream Balm world that the man who makes a good Undershirts, at 30c, regular 45c, them in any size. drop-itltched 2ic. Lo., to cloi. at20c. :
thing to with I found relief and I cannot praise sold others 50c. pair !
at
go such a remedy. living should be a hero with his :women by We have just received a fall line 10 I:ed too hizhly I All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts. We will ,
Miss CORA WILLARD. folks.-Atchison Globe. to close at fiuc do j, or 4 pair for Vie.
1 close at 75 cents. close ut 50c for choice. Home n
--- -- your 75dox Men' ,H atnlt,.
Sept. ::;, lSD9. t half bo.,
want a nice present to give Quick Relief fop Asthma Sufferers. 72 Pair Ladies' Sprm Heel Low of them are worth 11.50. regular lOc (rood*, to cloe at Ac pair. .aI ,

At Hue go and look through; the Foley's Honey and Tar affords immediate Cut Klippers, 2& to 7, regular |1 We carry a fall line of hkirti. We have iau received a fall Hoc I-rl

.... i !hens of, you suitable surely articles can find at I CASTORIAFor relief to asthma sufferers in goods, to close at70c pair. Look at our window display. !I of ladle*' Kid (Hove* la all Ibad". tH

the worst and if taken in time
. :.;? to'Iea.e you. If vou stages

. t.'.'thing, see him in the before Diamond you buy.line I Infants and Children. berte will effect, 121 S.a Palafox.cure. W. A. D'Alem- Remember, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we will have lloom..- j jj]

The Kind You Have Always BoogM I

I ""Vr coolers that do not I II Refrigerators have a F. E. BRHWNER'S !

"ice at the Willis 'Be3.rSU:. Jf few left, ichich we will sell ,

'-are, Co.'s. Signature of at cost. Marston $ Quina. 10;; SOUTH PALATOXT 8TREET. t ti

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I THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 26,1902

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1IX--LIIi:: -["_ :JI LOCOMOTIVE FIREMEN Wrongest ezt t ioRerv I 161' \IV\ J.


s I q }(;B'V"'BEERS -
Politics and J PICNIC TO-MORROW -
i Tit.. I::,' .\nn"., ..,

, CftUred at the foil Office at Pensacola B i Guaranteed Pure. None So Good. Ending heart,, .at.'r,
P1a..second-clam matter.
SOLD EVLRYWtiERE.DUNLAPHATS: .
OFFICEHtt'i Building, MIJi South K Politicians 3 I The picnic to be given at Magnolia J THE f (EQWIABLEliFE

ftlatoxitreet, np-salrs. If. .. Bluff tomorrow by the L. & N. Locomotive -

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. V. Firemen tit the benefit of -- -- -- -

b ::illi :s -tti I: the Pearl Eagan Orphan's Home 4 <* ASSURANCE[
I OCEi t [
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Terms: Invariably in Advance. Jacksonville, Aug. 25.-I am over I and the Woman's Home should be
Oat Year by Mall __ .. ..m.i 00
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Hi Months __- .. 5"On I here in the strenuous state of Duval 'I liberally patronized.Take ....OPENING DAY THURSDAY, AUG. 28. Assets .... .

Wet-It,by Carrier Payable Monday H) I picking up new ideas of political the 2:30 train and see the I <> and (11' .

TELEPHONE NO. 118. manipulation for use in our munic- game of base ball, which will be New Fall Styles !II We.Hurplu*. .

ipal election in Jane next, and while called at 3 p.in. prompt. This game I .(fmm w i

t !vIOtJ. FAiL> here I am interestedly observing the promises to be the feature of the I THE JOHN WHITE STORE. dead are paid

drift of events senatorial. day, as both sides are confident of I Paid to Policy-h..i. ; -
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What a stir the announcement of 'I victory New Insurance i is .

PEH8AOOLA, AUGUST 26,1902 that small bundle of nerves, energy Manager Richards of the Duncanshas j! MAKING NEW TYPHOID FEVER Total Insurance .

been practicing his men daily. Dec. 31, 1WINotwithUiHiii
and live wires of the household of
THE popularity of Emerson is now and says they are in the game to i I COUNTY ROAD .GERMS. ._ '
C.-has caused, .. ..
/'Stockton-John :i. .
centered in his phrase, "captains: of win. I challltrfllllCth of t.greater >
west can scarce security w
over
people way
you
Industry I In the lineup of both teams will I cannot remain in the system: after holder thereby fir'..i

Now that the state capitol is to be realize, for you are so far away from |' be found some familiar names, as .: DRIVEWAY FROM FLOMATON TO you have taken a dome of are LOW and lit \,.L1 "
ter than
volcano of this Liei given by
the real political
electric where will the ;
lit by lights, ,
lobbyist go.PRESIUKNT. tlon-cleft commonwealth, that you follows: PENSACOLA NOW UNDERCONSTRUCTION.
I' i DC-tcA s. CHOLLIES. ((1EPATIG11RAWhy
ROOSEVELT says great .I catch only an occasional whif of the i ij 1 Woodrin .p.Unknown KXOWLKS: inins..

wealth is not an evil. No,indeed, it 1 1i brimstone. I j Kelly, A.c... Hoffman, Geo -- (.rn<*rl \..- .

\ m the want of it where all the I "illar, J.;ss-.- t\hotty\ Fuller ,
't evil lies. Talk about magnetizing a corpse 1 Richards .Ib. .-... ...Saurez I'j The public road to extend from run the risk of having; :along ifll4 H. 1'31.1f x s' I '

I and bringing it into life and action- I Hodjrebone .2b....Hoffman. 'I II Flomaton direct to this city, author- pcll of Fever when you --

DAVIU B. HILL'S declaration that i but have you noticed the editorial "llIar)1 .3b--.'.-.Dr.Oliva ized by the board of county commissioners can make your*elf ab-.>lutly SANTA ROSA SURFBATHINC
he was sorry the Boers lost; in the recent j .rf. Shannon 1 rate by taking; a (I"i-.- or two
war sounds like an after- !' columns of the Times-Union and Citizen : Macon some time ago, is being built ESTAbLv' .
of iiii'ATirri\ will ,
i Roberts, J.cf. JJjwman
thought. I j since John :\. C. told the peo- i'rapidly and it has now reached to a cleanse ofill
"" Meadows .If---- Robert, W.Trains y.urt"m
i I! pie through Metropolis that he 1 point just south of Bluff Spring; the in.il.irialpoisp n?TYPHOID Fiat' ch." .*.|. r w
UM'LE Ki ssfcL has been claiming'to I leave depot at 2:30, -t, 6. f .. .
I Ii hund, rv ii I
be a gage all his life, but his opiu- !j was going; to run for United Stated and' bJU:: p. m.LIST. ;J starting point having been made at FEVER GERMS or any otlur can ;irrjnjrr t.>; \

ion of the trusts is his first real instance '! Senator in 1904? The magician of I)i Flomaton. to connect with the (hard old germ. >ti!,pr rt-frwhti;"':

of wi-doin. ,I Ii i the East Coast has never before :!I: OF PRIZES.Best i iI I I road at this end. time term 4@rtug. the w .
gee
--------- man;
THE republicans can see no remedy I I I worked such a miracle as this. I looking girl baby under 5''' Road Supervisor Raggett, who has Price. 50 Cents Per Bottle. ('HAi i

for trut The country i is to be I years gold ring. I the work in charge, was in the city .
I'or dale li All Ilrlli-t.
congratulated that the democrats I I From my point of view, backed by > .
I i Rest lookicg boy baby under 5' lat evening and left at 11 :(Oj l; o'clock OYSTERS AT NICAFuu
Lave no gush visual defection.IN years of experience in factional mix- j I
I I. year, boy' fine cap. with an additional number of prisoners I -
II |
ups over in Old cambia, it looks JEWELER IN HIS
the death of General Dickison, I i I Oil I'soO i yard foot race, under 13; : to go to work on the public F'(!., "y-t..r-.I ,
!
very much as if John N. C. has been I Iyear5 \
the Marion of Florida, the South: I ; bottle cologne. : driveway. The supervisor said that
tricked into a too early declaration I, NEW\ STANDI
adds another hero to the long list of I Boy's 50-yard foot race, under 15; J the was now working eighteen con-

gallant veteranwho have passed to of hi* intentions. years fine tie. I victs and could very easily give employment FINE STATIONERY

the other side, and whose memories c.1
she ever lovingly honors and cher- The case stood thus: John N. Bet three standing jumps for I I Igirls to as many more, a* several have moved my jewlry.ore to

ishes.OrK. was conducting a still hunt and was 1: bottle cologne. of those now working for him 121) South Palafox, formerly occupied l' \'. Th mp'i "

I building up a powerful machine on I Best three standing jumps for boy". will have served out their terms I by Ba. it Co., and am now" 1'alafox treet. < i-
unmarried editors have not I better prepared than ever to give Dew "supply of I. .
ball and bat. within a few days and this will leave
I the The editor of the !
quiet
Tampa
hesitated to exl re4 their opinions | great bargain in diamond, watches, Papers, white, Mti i i
of Dr. Andrews and his sensational Herald saw the situation, and one I Tug of war,married Vf. single men, him ehort-handed. jewelry etc. Call and *ee ine and Knv: ..|oHM to mat! 'v

denunciation of the unmarried individual ( )editorial struck the Stockton boom bottle wine. Only county convicts are workedby let me convince you.J. clue Fur l.D lltlll'l&l" n

which are the only proofs ) like a cyclone and caire near blowing ,j Mot popular married lady, fine Mr. Baggett and he has been fortunate I. STEPHENS. v810ptMI to match i I.

we have seen that Dr. Andrews' I John N. C. oil hist.. It was a hqt. I Il.t : in not losing one of them for }'..ubuM" .. iNaukbenc. ". I. .

views are correct. I double column suggef "at the I % popul.tr married man, bam. I over a year. He employs two guard., i j Don't drink anything ro'' CAFE ., always on hand I

CoNiEMILArtoN of the present| (democratic people of run Mo-t popular. sii.irl Udy, picture..1 but by giving; his men fair treatment i I)IT MONDE: COFFEE. )'<>ll k>ii>- l'hou:!:il.S .

coal strike brings to mind the John N. C. for go- ,'i>ur'present : Mo-t popular tingle man, five I none of them show any dipo"iti'in I!I i VN pure. All grocer *ell it. JCOBY .\- In.f..r..
ial Florida e51'ecI"I" I ) tian
blessing: enjoys splendid 'C. [ pounds cotlee. to leave him until their time has ex. GROCERY CO., Di-tribu- ee I \ IlItU" 1/
wild winter*. Floridians, gc f\'Or. I
w.
number the unpleasantly cold days Jennings; for United \ I iit looking married lady pair pired.- I tors. :iP ill
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uf a winter on their lingers, have no .." sl\nuoA15. I This new road will be greatly appreciated The tine=t line (-l *-rliig silver Kverylw.dy lia- sri1'1ft'e \ f

conct'ptloll.If the untold misery, A whole lot of Job .. Bet looking married man, box : by residents all along the !goods und silver Lovelies i, to b.- of tt'i- .art' It
cickues and even death which acoal / \ found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to tight for it. Th".\' it u .
thought the Tamps ., 'tidy. I line. It will enable: them to come to please all. chance to g,,t It. an famine means to tue of the .
poor
t northern cities... High coal means I, the swim with him < 'sliest fireman on ground, roll the city by a more direct way than All water-- -uJ- Andtron'- }I
uo lire, amid no fires with the bright I tide was iu-pired- .>1st: Vr. ever and will naturally bring themto been ditill'- to "tfe"flbl"-jum iiartn-ul now *.1

sun.-hihe hid behind dreay clouds : to pour in on Jon "':'"' ),t popular',fireman on ground,1 town more often. yuu t" uou.r.amid iiivVoll <

for weeks at a tune brings a condition h eThis teal!y w an tedu _-_...-_.___.. It.inaniolin.. I The convicts will be kept working Ball Hearing, keen cutting ea will."...' rr,:r-i

.of misery that beggars decnptiou. forced his: hind and he had to I Mu-t popular engineer grounds, southward toward the city and as Lawn Mowers, at the
'
- I come out in the open and declare set teaspoon fast: as any are sentenced to more Willis Hardware C'o'.v- NOTICE TO CAS CONSU'"

TIMK, and the con-tautly shifting that it was the senatorial plum he than two weeks will be
Mo-t popular engineer's wife on they taken Tilt S.T'no.' t After July U ti t. II )
panorama of circumstances;and condition .1 ... .
was after. rocker. there and placed- at work. fn.iuiof lh" JVli- | I
-, works wonders in this marvelous ground, Sl'KF H.TIIIt1t.BI.I..II! no.J: |Iw at N..". 2S used :i'T to: i i.tiardri l I..
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Florida climate. Who ever j Mo-t popular fireman's wife on .tr..t
John N. C. was somewhat alarmed I' SHATTERS ALL RECORDS. Batliing in the warm gulf w. 1conceeded thought to see bristling, pungent, grounds jardiniere and pedestal to b.> the fiue-t in tie, r '
at tile outlook and he began to puff i : "
war-like in I Twice in hospital F. A. Gul1ed e. ;
paragraph the editorial I Best lady dancer, silk parasol. world. overythin.cf.rplf'a'urft
column of thelaid, cou-ervativ hot air into his balloon in such an Verbena Ala., paid a vast um to safety. (loud board: anti l Iodiiig. by

Fiends Times-1'uioii and Citizen: excited manner that it was soon i Bet gentleman dancer, shaving doctors to cure a severe cave of piles, the day or week. Luneneonprompt. Thin u'e lth"r m"fnrvv
I set. causing tumors. When all failed, ly served at all hour, day or riijfh
taut they are there, and there ipromie ; < ;role Y : fully inflated and already the seams I Uucklen's Arnica Halve soon cured ClIAKLKS H. Hl'KIoN, .
that: they \\111I.lter contain keen cutting Laavilrrr'r(18.KSheirt :
2m-tf Manager.All
: ,
have begun: to be strained and little i him. Subdues Inflammation, con- _.
more pepper and ginger. And, too I I self! l.rotpt.'lJon Aches, kills Pain Best calve --- ( j'Ilalli.s

one ol these late: paragraphs! says leaks are showing. demand tint you be on the alert to in the world. 25c. at W. A. D'Alemberte's water used at Anderson'-I: llunlirnre t

they are merely "trying; their popguns I I see that you get Painkiller (Perry I drugstore. been di-tilltd. _
Early booms are not always long-
belore the real fight begin" D'lvU'j when you a-k for it; some ,

The cause of thistartluig transformation t lived, and there are a whole lot of I dealers will try and persuade you to II FALL TERM.The Fishing 1(1cklcofaiikinrls FRANK SECARI'S BAtH ..

I,? the result of the recent I| people down this way who believe take something else, claimed to be fall term of Meux's Business; and good craft nets at Ute

democratic primaries and the announcement that as soon a* Governor Jennings j;i just a*good ; in"i-t upon getting Painkiller College, :School of Shorthand,Type- Willis Hardwaer Cos. dry heel, for' water wtii, "1'1-. |10.

that John N. C. Stockton : the which has : ,
1 returns from: the Pacific coast he j| remedy been i writing! and Literature will open roinpHrtHioiit f->r 1,1! I *
will be a candidate for United I the worll's family doctor for ft) : Sept. 1st. Diy and Night HeSi iQu. t<'nd.tnt Nf .t.! -: (>
State senator in r.H J. With I[ will ;stick a pin in the Stockton : it bitl! i, > the i years; never fail to stop diarrh u, This in-titutlOn was established on .
'1'.-U.-C. active m politics, we can !i boom just big; enough; to let the gas griping pain in the stomach or bowels '(iSept.21,1S91, and will soon enter Hotel Camden cei.ts.<< I.t "
i>r tvvull"-- i /
look for lively. time i 1 slowly escape and make it a flat I'I dysentery, etc. Large bottles 25 uroii the eighth year of its existence.
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"It N notate says the Mobile failure by the time the campaign ,I and 50 cents.PRISONERS. There are hundreds of young men ALAUX.MV, \," .AAAAAAAAAAAHAVE '"

Register, that the vestry of Christchurch I really open I and women in this city and ,surrounding Is Now Open to the Public,
i II who attributetheirsuccess f f'
pan h. Peusacola Fla., ha; I ON i country YOU NOT!Ii

taken the SpauUh architectural That i is; if the strenuous: stabs the i iTaliaferro ; I in life to having takena under the nn.tuag"ment 'Of

form for a new church for following !; course; in this school. It qualifiesone "' WM>
building are making at COUNTY ROAD WHAT IS MISSEIv..VVSFVVVVVV
: for l>uiue**.
the pari-h. Tin* is mot MRS. S. MIMS
it do not it
J'en.acola:1,1 arprl'-I cause to collapse ere thegovernor A handsomely illustrated catalogueis .t
priate. : in -
gets a lick :at. it. i I i now in course of publication
early history a :Spiuish colonial city; 1 Hind'Super=: of Penacola: : Floridi. -
Baggett left last
i which will be issued about Sept. lst
its streets and public place area
known But John N. C. i is as hard to hold ;: night with five more pn-ouers who !. 1t102.: Send for copy. Address C. O. RATES REASONABLE O..y.ii ..... >
by Spanish mmes; many of I for
down a* a Flunda I1eHe i 10 i will be Meux, Principal, lul South Pala- hub HP.
3 the eople have =Spanish blood in I It as resourceful -. placed at work on the new fox street. By the Day, Week or Month. Stephen she .' ..
their veins; there i- .till the Spanish all he is energetic. They road now under construction. Their 7d w : mmudsic y'..
f .. Table Furnish l with the Bt tl"
atmosphere there as in St. Augustine may punch his l ')om full of holes, 1 terms average from 3i"" to tit days. Market Afford.

although modern Pensacola but fiLl him I ANNOUNCEMENT. All kind* '> '
they'll /
I equipped with a'They were Jim Reee, Lee Thoma; |
U truly American. Visitors to that parachute to let him down in safety Public Patronage Solicited.Free rocking Chutlr' t' Vftfluina's.
I to
JameMurray. Will Hunter and Eli beg announce that I have ac-
city expect to see something recalling and his feet I I!
on are roller skate: *, ;so II l'ri' '' '
the ancient of i Seymour. cepted position with Messrs. W. J. Sample li'Kims.Hnndiy .
history the
place; I that aa he hits
soon a the earth j i j
B. Forbes low.
I and and will
as-ume
my
but touch is the force of innovation he'll make a slide ifites Made to Traveling
dangerou
-ly close
I j duties on .ept.1st. I will be -
pleased Men.
that, with the passage of time, all 1
to the home plate if his ALL WERE SAVED.
opponents i i to meet friends and
.
my respectfully
relics are likely to be obliterated, don't placestone walls "For I suHVred
; along the years such untold ,
and noditinctiou be traceable between road to block his way. I I im-ery from Bronctmit," write. J. solicit; the patronage which they -o SLOT SEAMS .1.1PINGPONG

a town in Spanish Florida and I I H. Johnston, of Broughton, Ga., i' liberally extended to me in the past.; OPERA HOUSEFRIDAY
THE Poum-iAX. -that often I wa unable to work. All orders entrusted to me will receive -
in Oklahoma. EFFECTS
town To
a counteract I ..
Then, when everything else failed -- -- -
I
i especial attention and with
this tt'ndtucy-at least in j a
p.1rt-the was wholly cured by Dr. King's New I
new church building is to be a return -j I Discovery: for Consumption. My wife larger and more varied stock at my AUGUST 29. T' a l4tt. '

to ancient fora It will re-j Scrofula suffered intensely from Asthma, till I command. I will be enabled to fill tonare alw4n, ..i,
:; cured her and all our experience them satisfactorily and well. My .. .
gembla a Spanish! mission church in pr ted iui'> liutin I iSeptember
Ft'art'entirely tree from it.II goes to show it is the best Croup i! aim will be to merit confidencein TIII: 11'INIlcoL.HERRMANN:s
general style, with here and there I medicine in the world." A trial-will'' your .apply
j
may develop K slowly as to cane : the futare
in the
the graceful ornamentation that i is, convince you it's unrivaled for as past. recely.l It will ; < '
!ttle if any disturbance Jurins the whole I
Throat and Lung disea-cs. Guaranteed flEU. :- Y.At .
seen in the eville cathedral. This ; bu -aa..klr'lI''g
I..rl..t of (.hilJh.J. i bottlesS I Jr.i uid |l u). Trial bot- 'I .
much we deduce from seeing the I. then Irregularity of the and l-Mik over nor >
I may prpilu. ties free at W A. D'Alemberte's. {
picture of the new church. We a- st..m.ub uij h."-- ,s. (lj-spfia. catarrh I -- -" -- ,' For the next .THE GREAT.
and n.arked: tendency to consumption 1 IlJdor I i 'I fhbI t C OS t 6 ys-fur-- .. ..
I fume that the design was ;selected I will FOUNTAIN PEN
mai.test.ns ittl In niu h. uwii ')U3 repair your watches and : nitnre at O. THE
with the object above stated. j I erupt ivi or clandolor swelliii Jewelry in first-class style. J. J 1 I. Pryor's to make room for new IN A MASTER PROGRAM OF
It .s!! N>*t to N sure that you are quitefr stock. .
I ,e from it, and for its complete eradication -- .-- --- I New Magical Sensations M 0more w.tt'J"
you can rely on j I CA.STOR.t f...i.wntn i.
I the dust.
Cleaning ladle skirts and waists Lay 1'olccanbuyj i
\
e..t ite Kau I't hi Aadi3Bpistore eO'" AO'OMPAMEIt 1V it t i8'
is one of CT: specialties. Star Latin- Hood's Sarsnparilla garden hose at the Willis ). f' e W*'

dry. I The tot:it cJ iutdiiAs:: a all bamors. Hardware Co. I GI L1+# _< The Musical Gcxitnans. _< '.. bt'li'




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THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA: FLORIDA I
: TUESDAY, .AUGUST 26.1902. i


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s"'JfOSHEE., O' EAl.Vice.President President; ; F.M.C.E.MORTON CLARK Ass't Cashier Cashier.; -GRAND-e.. YOU DON'T HAVE TO DRINK BOILED WATER I ,


osc-e DRINK v* ,* '
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK

Labor

OF PENSACOLA, FLA. Day Well appointed Sideboards


Designated Depository of the United States.

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Condensed Statement at the close of business An?. 21,1902.RESOURCES. .PICNIC. Blessings on the head

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LIABILITIES. of the man who discovered

ible .. ..... ...... ...... .... 350403.19 Capital Stock ...... .... ..... ... ...... .... J200.000.00( f
i LiD. ..... ...... ..... ...... .... a,97274 Surplus Fund.... ...... .... .... ..... .. .... 10,000.00 -ATMagnolia- r the sideboard.
,'f. .'i.. ..... .... ..... ...... .. .... .... 469.83 Net Profits ...... ..... ...... .... .... .... 10,242.94
I h ::d< and Premium... ...... ...... 187,171.87 Circulation. ...... ....... ...... .... .... .... 100,000
. --uinte-i-., etc... ...... .. .... ...... 2,625.00 Deposits...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ..... 390463.71
.. '- .1.d Fixtures"' .... ...... .... ...... 6,718.48 Bluff aA..
-. ,:: ;.s . ...... .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .... 8884 ,
i I Ex\:'.'\t'e...... ...... ... ... ...... 153,256.70 1 1 h JiJ v c
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1710,706 65 710706.65 Month Se t11 1 2 ? I E Wafer

CENT ill JAI LKIA
4 PER INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. &i, 1m.I ;


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B. H. FAIRCHILD, I IL MONEY IN I A NOVELTY :I GIVEN BY I II I i F4 i'. tle mixes\craves.perfectlyUh It i iboeragc Ie ft dcliclou3IfOw all

PIIc x., B PI I E it I ( in 1t clf tits sun

i8 EAST ROMANA STREET. ABUNDANGEI Local Assembly iw i ,i and life ithuut the twit' '
I IN BATHINCi
r'' Bottled at \\'aulot..ha.I' .
. 4 'e inj Refinishing Furniture aSpeca r
: FOR bA1C ttRC: E1e'
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No. 1565, I ,: L. Hear \ CO. .t ::t'ilt'.
_ Phouo 40g. I THIS WEEK TO BE A HEAVY III FRESH OR SALT WATER BATHS '


ONE IN THE BAY. AVAILABLE NEXT SEASON. '

R. K. WHITE, -- I \lite Knits{ of lalior JU\ fJU"J'( .1 {\ '\ .

t, r, Maunfacluriiig Jeweler I \'I'IIIII'IIIIII'IIII'ir'
'The amount of money to be paid I Fresh and salt water baths will be : -

I I.ra.lulitl' Optician, ..
workmen Saturday evening," aid a available next season if present THE COMMITTEE -
'
rrJ r ic 3
.' It \r Ptr.ar0, Fit prominent bayman: today: "will plan, now Held by "BogiV :Miller, rf52 ; :-
I ARRANGEMENTS "
OF
-- -. average above *:) ,WJ according toi I count for anything.Mr. I I ;: ...J III

my way of fiuriuThis;, ;, will be Miller said this morning that :: Guarantees to the Public of Pensa- .

OTE7 one of the '?i ;{f.t' weeks we have I he expected to expend as much as cola and Escambia County a List clJiltJ .
1 of Enjoyable Sports never before i ..
NEWS $ for the of
had through this summer. f.jiiO equipment bathing ,
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Equaled at any Picj .. .
I I I Tin opinion was held by a prominent 'I facilities for Pensjcola people and 'i j nic in the City, with rJ ; IIII j jL1

,/---'-- -"- I i shipper when pokeu to today. vi-itors. Besides erecting a more ,[ Suitable Prizes to
I
.. Locoruotive Fire- !I He said that other late charters I complete bath: house, the present ?52EC : '" & :
The Lucky Contestant. : .
-
.t Ma-rno'.ia I lull! t.>- would probably arrive before" the ones to be torn down he contemplates -

*. '.'. 1i; tad bTO p. in. week ended and as some of them are I putting down a monster tank, I ..

iiniu? of the Pensa- under time charter the vessels will placing near a windmill to keep it A REGATTA Must Have I Room =

tl f-" 'Ciety will be heldEvery commence loading soon after arrival filled with fresh water. Into this 1. Open to all Hat bottom boats in
meivib is urged to I I \I the bay of Peusacola, prize silverI
:
.,- Illj.rtu'.t 'juI-ti"n
now in the hands of baymen.The baths as not beneficial will be given i
f" dikcu--lon. j 2. Round bottom boats race III :
.t i;> r open H'HHI-
thl past 15d.&y" our Uuy.r, Mr.V J
i:it.'i '.h.' reate-tofalllnud- whaleback steamship Turret an opportunity to immerse them to all. Prize silver cup, to be sailed I FOR been going: the ronudnf Ni>rtlnin Mi.kwhere 1IIt-

will the which arrived yesterday afternoon, selves. This project has baen: in I for under the rules of the Pensacola has been bought the I. trge-t hin--t I ... '
.' itianv opn arnue.i. Yacht Mot Complete Stock Ever Bought for thl.. :NUrk.ll. .
,-.1. !i.-re. appfirins at the will hardly commence loading before contemplation for a long time and I Club. writes: "Clean all Summer Merchant--..r.II..r .

., xt Frid'ty nl.'ht. Sec Saturday morning. She his: a lot of the work of tearing down the bathhouses : Commodore Ward appointed as its Value ; mu"t have Room for tin Pr'|...r M .n 1ln : ... .
.. :, early arid avoid I judge J. H. Prater, Jno. G. Welsh, and Display of Fall Merchandise." Tin order n. I ..
e iron bars and stanchions to cut away now there will be commenced O. Mathien.Timekeepers. much work for Sales People ; Big lUreaiim 1"t N ., ...

and a. the "rig" will take a day's early next mouth. -D. J. Hayes Oeo. Every Department Carries its Attracin'ii Hays t. .. r
Magnolia to enumerate only one or two in r"llIt"fllt"I.. n-'r i'i, ..,.
>- ,ri\eaat time to be erected she will hardlybe Mr. Miller was very much pleased T. Morgan. ...
'..y :!he L. & X.loco- over the patronage accorded him :| Measurers T. Cliristopherseu --- --
added to this week's work.
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r the benefit of thei this season, and says that tc show I[: K. K. Flynn. ...

:.-' Home and the The Gulf Transit Co. now has four his appreciation he will further :I I The indicatious point to a large ) 3,000 YARDS COLORED LAWNS. ... .

.vii b@ a delightful vessels; at the wharves. These are cater to all clashes of the 1
public by number of entrances for the regatta, i .. ......
All of tho-eP*" Colored I.jwu tt .t w -r
.
':melts will be I the Evelyn Fr.incisca, City of the work above stated before the who are rest'ectfullyrellle5ted to andlr.toguat.: . ...

Gloucester and Regena Ellena. On next season opens. make entry before 12 m. and after 21 I II

tin;; of the i Saturday the steamer Ito.E-f eld ist !I p. m. Sunday to Mr. John G. Wel-h. WHITE CHECK AND STRIPE LAWNS. :

:Secretary Pensacola Yacht Club
THE WEATHER
... Aso-t 1 expected with rail*. who will furnish any information in Formerly sold for 12'I.,. !l., and :-'i>:, t.. ?'" .1 I i i ..

The list of sailing \"e5eI5 loadingis relation the ,.
I t f .. "f char- to yacht race
I will! al-o be, not large, but scores of workmenare TODAYLocal Boat; entering will be measuredat : WAIST MATERIALS. : '

.-.... -'. Allsub- kept busy on the few now taking the gamy time. Entire Line of Bf-uitiful C .'- .ted to cargo. ri.illight and dirK 'r"uiui. were i ', 41.d l -1 'i .
I"ju AN EXCITINC TUB RACE. now . . . . . . i .. "'
1 That tired feeling i- a burden you For..cl\.t-t'/ilr tonight: bower
i ii First gold medal. Two other
prize
.-T-.t Methodistw i i I need not carry. Hood's Sarsaparillawill i Wl'dut'MI/iY; fresh! -8-terly Minds suitable prizes. > CHECK MUSLINS. :

excursions to- rid you of it and renew your The uual1..t\ of land ports, with
1 suitable! prizes will be another grand For Children's Aprons and Little Ir --..-, i. 'I ...
idull*, i", cents ; courage. i Temperature in Last 24 Hours: features of the amusement of the C11C! tOgo at . . i
.:-. The tint wills Maximum..... ...... ......... ...... .... ... -Sdrgrees .. .,
I TRUNK"FOUND : Miuauuui .................. .... ................ .s degrees day.
irf at 4 m., rette SPANN'S Excitinz
p. 1. game of baseball. 50 DOZEN CELEBRATED PRINCELY SHIRTS. :
other It-iiviu. 'l'uuf-War, 12 siu'le men Vf:. 12 .
Temperature Elsewhere :
.i I returning at 11 p. I I married men.Hammer '\ Two IN MOBILE i Max. Min .
.. throwing. . . . '. .
r- will b waiting on Extra Speciil \
p lants .... .... ..... W 7uKiBiimrck i High jump i
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Cincinnati ..I Fowler l has received a Mobile Herald AUj 2.> (iaivr.ton.._... .. ... ... ....._."'I i' I I, Boys foot race. In Silks, film, liluk Dr.u I I-
Chief Soot received ... .. .. ...... 74 I 11II
i iward Ci. Muller, fecAtiirricus Saturday: : a Huron it' KutmnII t RfinnHiit Fv: r\tlii "
Jacksonville ............ .... .. '4. r+i Shoe mixing contest. II | S i
Flying Clubii I telegram from Mayor Jone, of Penacola I Kansas lity ..... ..... .....-..........f\l .ltl i I Hack race.Threelegged. t ,oC ,.c ,oC ,oC1' II \ I." I'ltll I I ..

IIoUUCIIIg that one I asking( him to locate a trunk Memphis Key West...... ._.... M>-4Mobile ;a.11i iI race. ........... ...
i .... ... ...._ Girls foot race 5 to 14 years. -
v-oiis released here in this city belonging! to Willie If:2 7. 'I
; Montgomery .. (*. ._ Girls foot race, S to 1'i years. till....
I III, Udtimoreat 10 a. Spann. one of the negroes recentlyarrested I New Orleans.... .. .. ...... ....... W.Newport 7.1 Throwing the ball t:) to 12 years., w----j.
: . .... .... .il Ii:! I iRthEs.-
in connection with the
AJ.C. :M-nine d lys I I Savannati .. .._.... '-4ht. 7" & S
in that Detective Louts 'i DANCING. .
> \\ a- -hot at Test many burglaries city. MI :! ,
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Va. and Lahan was placed on the as- !
I'.li, one i : .
Jig i dancing and round dancing.Prizes _
i b"y :,t Mulberry, i -i nment and found the trunk which
I MARITIME. for the best looking lady ,
; tive l ::ave lift yet I was brought to the police tation. It I and gentleman on the ground G'JjIJIIIJI IJIIIl' .
contained a lot of tools and fishing Bet" looking baby, not over MX,
:I tackle. The trunk will be: forwardedby years on the grounds.A m --v\r\5lfvTv)) \ rJ. If I. 14If
F.y PORTM.
a PLEASANT, PLEASE. express to Pens.icola this after for August to date s II.;"n.ARKIVKD. FINE TOMBOLA,

noon.Spann's. You Buy Them at he Bo-ton pi. !41.r. '1'i ). ,' t. -...1
r C. C. Htirlan of stocked with fancy and eo tlyprizp '

1 I. > -now. though fur 1 Hr i-x Forest Dale. !M. I'lr.kliain. Dakar. Refreshments, under the management

!L, :. because he 5utff'r. : trunk arrived last night at to I5r vL ss Witticb I'nulH *Hnebt.Co! I'lU, (>nod>>, ('apeTowu of L. A. 15fi5 in charge of Mr. Biggest Shoe Sale of the Season !
y from the worst form t> o'clock from Mobile and from the I via M; Vincent to \V b Kt'Ytt'r.t toLE4UKI Joe Febro will be served at city .

.. All phyicunand express; ollice was carried in the pas prices XO OLD SECOND HAND :0; 1'0, K I IN 1111.- \1...
,1 'i> help him till he I trill Wilson to the police: station. It I (' ). ALL LABOR AND ALL CLEAN NEW. HtE-H: / ( i )(HH I'Hln:: ITf TO TUB
llir.rs. which worked i| Kr >s Lady MilJreil. l*>i. Wills, by 1''n'a. LOWE NOrt'll' .
f. ii 'llIIl that lie de.hj'lId was taken upstairs, and the contents cola Lumber l'o for Uouen. with UI"I.KKISI
I 1ft lumber.1t17.llu. ft sawn timber valued at ORGANIZATIONS''! Here are come prices :
A ?\ to "l1tferf'rs.1 examined by Mayor Jone, Mr.Johnon I {:ii.-"n o i, and sailed CIVIC Ladies' Oxfords in Ideal Kid-. Pitent L.-itUr unit VP Kid all .. and st0LlacIi IK'i, MllU, Gulf
AIR Kvplyn: by Transit .
new this year's styles and sold for $;:1. during thliil. f'.IU
for di-tMses of I ICofur >ew 1'Orkwltb general cano, and and General Public are Respectfully
: v iled Marshal Credille and the ,
: : sailed All\ our Ladies Oxford 'and COII1IiIII in Neel! Rid and r'...JI>..t LMitrxM1and
l.iv. r :ihd Kidny: special otlicers. i Heque-ted to Participate.TICKETS Vici Kid which rld all -';fon at f'' /jj,. at this sale! fur tI I 7;jOur
1.,1 .five llW life to'h. I AT 14!'AKANTINf.j I L.tdie SJ Ofordin all haj''-.. Patent l",)4tlr u. -t..('Ii up
Trv thUl. OnlyJ | A light in the hall attracted attenitioii I j I'.r vs Oli\emore, I'-Trt. Jam.Buenos heavy and light suit now $1 4.,
OvV.. D'Alem-- 1 .\>ree Ma Ht Lucia to >utnerlnuU-lnnvt> Co ..
from a few. No hiforin iti>>a Union The-I' are only a f w of the many speci il I porewe ir-- 'T> f 1.f t'nt>-
can be procured at the Depot and be convinced that -h.. bt.-t place to liny l.ijrl 1;: 1'1 I I... r >'w' ir f-r !",.
beyond that "an executive e--ion"; I THE SHIPPING.I Ticket OtJice. lea-t money H atBoston _
iNTION, COMPANY K. 1: was being held was obtainable. Transportation from Union O *" / /

Vh .KLa: IN I'OKfI DeputandAdmisiontotheGrounds KOP
Iy t 'itit-red to report I It is stated today that contents of I TKAV-HIC!>. .. .. .I. . . UUU
I J' "'I t)' ni,.;ht, Augiock. Shoe Store
?- in light i the trunk will implicate Spauu in 'I i, van Hr TinitNT Kurbo Hankfa17 CoIr !bhikleton to Sulil- Children.:

'I tud in undress uni- the "tUhiusr! \ burglar's"! operation"*. I City of (,louce-ter :! -I:!. )Milburn. Person coming by boat or other
butt Trsn"itCo will be admittedat
I hi-u-f- and trousi' conveyances '
spelt !'ranci'Cd. i"-4sl. Kcherarl: to C.ull NATHAN G. 1'OIf111:1SILU: :. l'r .|.rii-h.r.
,'- 1 black "shoesrtIoh I Water Melon I Tran-it ('0 25c to the ground
-,'- and mu.property..- Hr Portoitalete, ;!JIll;. Roberts to l'.. -/iCu'
Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox
easily associated.This Street
ill i and Cholera are t la Lambert o MUSIC BY THE
-u dreaded and grave trouble of I It Regina Klena, 1t\t:1. Kizzo toOuK Transit -
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Florida i in
:e "1 : Co -
the bowels causes much suffering '! Kr 1Vilbelmia&,2'7"hone, to Kr JuliuSHIPS. PENSACOLA CONCERT BAND i
painful cramps, profuse" sweating! t'cbrt''er Manypersons in this community Thos. C. Wation Ac Co.,

I : vis P VKKHII.L. and intense thirst with vomiting, ,; The Management reserve the right I are suffering from kidney complaint the leadirtr Heall-.t"t.. Agents, takeill !

I Painkiller.
with PerrDavIs Itunwody ('ofor ing admission to objectional parties.
It I is efficient and'safe. It n a stand- Noreg, l.W. Hornsen tour.1..rRARIl I ing Foley'a Kidney Cure.V.. A.OWlfot! cf rrfli'f'ftmlln.tlC" the
BATTERY I ard remedy. Druggists: 25 and ot'c.NAVAb !! D'Alemberte S. Palafox.renting: of t! sir house* and the collection .
B.lUtry I
i Bus & Kaierston.. to orderor COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENT : I ,- -- of their r"iiutioualy >.. eee.eJ...
STOHbS; MAUKKT, > Aviemore, 1+)4.1, Hanseo to order
Ii Li'iit Ar- I I It Bice r nrirdertd to as- II for The New bj i! for t.h"'l"r, ';.. Jubojoii to order CRFDILLE Their chdr *-- are ,iry rflaOlf.I..
| R. I
llrportcd Dally A.
ttr-.ry:: in full uniform I CcllOOxrat : tackle to suit everybody at __ _
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Oo.K08I9. JOE FERRO.
Union Naval Stores
k Tu".d1en.u.
.II.HI'; Am Villa HrrmsnoeClark. to master
'...1 i: --ppction. 'Noexi 11 Chairman Sporting Committee : the Willis Hardware Co's. CON( -:KT AND DAXI'K AT
I' .'-: '.- Ry ordfr of WW... .... .. f3...., H........._ n ;(1 --- .
-I D \U:'I BtKn: :, I W U...... ... ... .... 110' V .. ...... .. ... 1 *> NEllHEKlne nor captain of the, owners Br > ARTHUR MrCONNELL. MAGNOLIA ISLfKF: FJU U-DAY
Captain.: !JS: ._. _... ._ 35n y.... ,_ 15 t'ore.lIall'consignees will be responsible >8 Chairman Refreshment Committee: : I CA.B'TQTt.XA. NIGHT. THAI? -> ATx :1rr,1NDBean

---.- M ..?....;...., 8 W E..... .... 12.' for debt contracted JOE FEBRO. i tie rs Bq.t 9. LAwT TRAIN UKl" KN- AT'triatltl.

''V. Furniture !sro i K... ............ S5 I) .....-.-.....-.. 1 15 by, the crew of said t"t'i5t'I.(lll&S.PnUtIlA Chairman Gate ctz 11:50. TH KETr i. i FM. A

ll an.t ? PRVOR'S. 1..UrlKITg... . .TCBPISIIS1-4414.... .... ills C* below lit I \V. L. Wlttich A Co-t'e. Captain.Consigc ;?taut ALBERT Committee'I I DEIJOT.r .



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_ THE DAILY NEWS! PEN8ACOLA,, FLORIDA: TUESDAY AUGUST 28, 1802

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STEAMSHIPS. TORCH APPLIED TO"BUILDINGS. I I ONE "MAN DEAD; TWO MAY DIE. I ,

r __ RUTCH*

y KKKKKk, '..Y xatx,, tle People of Gilmer Excited Fires. Over Incendiary k I Th IEMT Negro Desperado With Does Pistol.Deadly Work BOUND


1AN OCEAN TRIPt Ellijajr Ga. Aug. 25.-The barn, crib Savannah, Ga., Aug. 23.: -Hundreds I The crutch is a poor substitute LT If- ..

and one or two other small outbuildings of men are scouring tae western part inconvenient and tiresome mode of l<)(. rati n '

{ To NEW YORK, BOSTON on the Roberts farm on the Elli- 01 Thomas county searching for Gol- ,l pathetic sight than a person slowly and puitii\:i .

f I A.\n ALL Jay rh'er. 2 miles north of town, have ey Tyrus. a negto. I street supported by these artificial linU

t! ( EASTERN RESORTS been burned within the last two days. Saturday night Tyrus shot Elijah When Rheumatism settles in tilt I.ones an r,

;R The human heart that most wonderfulof watchman and J. B. ( victim will: '.nu.:'
The burning took place mostly in :, Howze, a night it is safe to predict that the :
l VII t engines, scarcely larger than a man's They were endeavoring corrosive imUtitv .
dajlight.! An outbuilding was first B. Godwin at Cairo. and crutch-bound. The m+tf

i l 'he :0 V burned Next the crib and stable dual fist. heart Yet in moves each approximately twenty-four hours six tons the I to arrest the man when ie I. in the joints and muscles causes the rm.t in !

Vi > 1 OCnAN TEAMrllP COMPANY: \ adjoining were burned. The crib I of blood equivalent to about two barrels opened fire upon) them with a revolver and ankles swell and when the natural oils and r; .

1 j .. ,' t. !o", KV E 4 contained about 50 bushels of corn. : of blood per hour. And this continues two shots taking effect upon each. The .f I a. these parts are completely dtstrojed the ji.mu .

11 50 Hours of Ocean Breezes .' Saturday morning another small building without cf'asirgfrom the first breath of attending physician says there is little the muscles drawn and stiff and crutches a mt< '.. .
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I Sailings each \Veelt f was burned. A man whose face infancy to the last sigh of age. Is it any hope for the recovery of either.A The acid poisons that produce rheumatic puns f'.r.-i.; .: .

3 from SavannahC=. was blackened is reported to have beoa wonder thai when continued extra strain number of citizens set out in pursuit distributed through the system, and lodged in the arm- -

J fj, seen to run ir.to the woods.A is put upon so delicate and busy an organ of Tynis. Marshal A. M. Godwin back and felt, or other parts of the body-n-ultm >.
.... j it should break down? Is it .
any
-r. 1'"p.I tai L. .I.rtr of Rheumatism I tI.t..tl.dotl\. ting
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I ,. .... \1',' ill 'il> trr fcli fire on a previous night was also ;i wonder that in this age of overwork was among the hunters. He anJa A permanent cure can
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'.. e'. iM .1 together of the blood no
and named Taylor
tV ,. i i. IM-I 1'.., u liy discovered in the kitchen a light there should be an increasing number of man were
,,i '".'... r" .,.. \nr.,ia..h ....d Ui-b'iiii-of y JV ed broom was thrown through an open deaths attributed to l.eart failure? when they came upon THUS and another It neutralizes the acid effects, purifies and in\i iguratt. t.

,:t of the dwelling. Dr. Herce's Golden Medical Discovery I in a buggy about 6 miles from and the gritty particles are washed! oat or di.lodifdby
; r 1 .ya a...- .........0.... .0.at./ar J window into the top negro
r i ", .n.. r c. "p.v To 'I These were extinguished.! The shepherd !! cures diseases of the organs of digestionand i Cairo. This was about 2 o'clock yesterday the new rich blood and relief comes to th rpainracked @ @
, II -rnv Wlinllt.t ere. I'.,..'a Hit.w nutrition and purities and enrichesthe sufferer. S. S. S. leaves no ir' rr.iJ.
..".. Ti l.l ,i"-i rr*_.... lla.OEM.UAl dog had been shot and killed on I blood. of the mornins: Ti.e negroes in the
( :1 .. '. One ingredients entering in the blood to reunite an.ll>rm.r
Net t-w /rei 11. Jal.u Il.j Ia before the irritating natter j
\ the premises some time into the is of the buggy were halted and Tyrus was ordered tJ
"Discovery" one
'I at.-ra of it from
--f i i another attack but expels every
first burning Lest heart tonics known to medicine. by the marshal to alight. Complying
I The people" here are greatly! excited : I I Thussshilethroughtheactionof"GoldenMedical with the demand. THUS opened : the system. S. S. S. is a purely \ej.vt.i/.o: u.iih. \ -, .
like ik.! .h or > -lh r
health
d'i-e, j
general
Dislon.ry" the body I is nourished shut the i tion or
FI'.KNCH: bClillULE over this burning.: fire from theground. Twice he
into strength: the heart is alotrel1gth'n.l the marshal and then escaped. MarI Write for our special free book (.fl Klturn.iti R!' !
BOY'S and blood I other information is wanted "trr J>H\SKM aw\ : .
Following i* the schedule of tile BULLET LIFE. an adr-quate supple I shal Godwin was token back to Cairo advice or
gnvernmwuteameraenrral l French -- is pumped to the Momach and Hd- it without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLASTiFoley's t-
where he died yesterday afternoon
which TilE SEWS print for the nl' thus improving the action of these 'I I
Was Playing with Revolver When It The of latest ha.I I
news Tjrus' crime
organs, ,'
benefit nf tLe uierchaLt w'io! slu'pds ..
their to the \arioui army i Was Discharged. I I 'ttk people especially those suffering( I t added to the numbers who wire scan .!. Kidney: Cure will CUff all Rubber.\'('' tti J \ .. .

I Deratur. Ala.. Aug.; :!3.hilep1ar.. I from chrome diseases are invited 1 to con- ing for him and every possible means di-eax* arisinz from dM>ni">r. d

pot: Prtracela .._ .. ... :::ni a. m. I Ins with a revolver Archie! the 8-year- I silt Dr. l'i..r'e bv' letter Jiff and so'ob- ,' to erect his capture is bums employedDeath I kidney* M bladder.! -W. A. D Aleini i the Midis ll'lrd/'r. I

'.Mtvet t: rranelli.. .. ._. 7V!\ 1\. nt. I old son of D (Crow a farmer living i lain without charge the opinion of a m berte Ul S. Palafox. :I I L'""ow.... "nir I.- ,

t..I"cll..I.. _. _, ftvva. m. I th and I aj] eciah--t on their a.lments.; AH correspondemv of Sultan Plarned. I I fore oI.tL :Cl' 1 I:.. : ... "
l..-.v -a r. rr nc"t- .. ...... ':1511. Ill. near town, discharged weapon I I t
' Lrr'ir.l'..n.xcola .. .. 10.;") a. IU. i the hall entered the little fellow's I : strictly conf.dential. Address Vienna Au;::. ":2:.-A newspaper published : :
and sets-
Pierce ., Pocket cutlery You will have ,
A-r.Vfi I'-nrraijiii 11.In a. m. and tbi n Dr. R. V. Dufwlo, :\. Y. : ;i'r\t. I
make a trip ID horiilcK-e and then return | chest causing! instant! death. I 1 "I hId hfcn ftiiiblfrt with catarrh of the Mom in Bucharest Roumania, allege the finest to the\\ flower jrarden ifMimVlKKltY. I' e. .
sons from,
t" Curra ('II;. I lie and a small negro boy had taken ach and hrnrt trrubk."writs Mr W D Mrrch. it has learned that M. Sarafoff, ex- i,, l own ar'.und. \.u f I.-t .
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l.\1.narrinca.' Prk ..II- > .. l Sip.m p. m.. II the weapon from his father's home i ant Joctt>"r f...l 1'.1.for -.ome- >nv time Uarion without Co.relief Fcnna thin"Had I !<', leader of the Macedonian revolutionary !'cheapest' at the. TJ.'ll'Sill i hoiiii-, and tie c' I-, .1 .

1.1\". IVli-fiCitllt ... t:SO p. 111.I'uLus t and were playing with it near the t an ta uta' Pr 1'iercr s GuidrnMcJirnl1co.rrv. .. committee, has organized a con. Hardware Co. I thuilKll lift Iliiiv t1: irsery ;k
Lrl1\ :':1\: p.1n.Arrii I tookcn liot'lea. Ifcfori' I lirRan tc'I
.., hurrtunis 5.W: pp. III. and uiaUeutrip : I house; when the accident happened. I Ukt it I uruluii iiu v>'uni]>. and now I utrijjhin ;; I mitte.', the object of which is to e(. : wo iimn ,,'autownaudif..II".II .\
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to Jclt.-. hiui rciurnOn : I air. norLmi; : -ttadilvand fed like a nt\\ feet the assassination of the sultan of ; -+v-
tt'AdIAdar< aud Saturdays the 'I man. I -cii.lou main thanks." Thus. C. WntsonA: Co..
Tui k.' : .
Suicide at New Orleans y. I
boat wi.l I leave Uarranc.i-, Pick- Dr. Pierce' Pleasant Pellets cleanse the 1 loading Real Estate A.
en. for Petiaacola at Ii sill; p. m. New Orleans. Aug. 22: -Henry Wdl.t bowels and ttimuhtt theslux ioh liver His Sight Threatened. :! The undersigned take*thi- method can how her lj'>w t4-.
Toe General French !i for armypJrpo t i house. chief weigher in the mnt anda I f )f offering her ervir>* as a

"ps only and auy outsider musthave I well known man about town, sui "While picnicking last month try firat-;ls*s iiceused midwife, having me.

a pass from the quartermastero : I cided this roornln,. HER NECK BROKEN BY' FALL Ill'ear.old boy was poisoned by had 35 years ',1 t, :Tience.I .
take ra-sage o I Ler. I I some weed or plant," says W. H. :| Can give best of references from ) Buy a new far'lt eleading

.. Dibble of Sioux City Ia. "He rubbed physicians of this city. | from liar ,
A YOUP'G LADY'S LIFE SAVED. Mrs. R. H. Daniel Killed In Fall From :\IRs.1\I.GwDE.ss, the Willis I .t

STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE Her Bed. I the poison otf his hands u to his' Jltf lIt South DeVilliers Ht. / Company I

I At Panama, Colombia, by Chamberlain's t Montgomery. Ala., Aug. 23.-A special eyes and for awhile W9 were afraid

Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea. to The Advertiser from Birmlnz- he would lose his eight. Finally a

Iletween I'rnh.n-iila and Milioi.-Ittiat I Remedy. ham says that Mrs. R. H. Daniel wife neighbor recommended DeWitt's OR. MOFPETT'8 Cores Cliflle'ilp'a11Diarrhtxi.Dvi !';

itin I).i\' h' Suiutaj. Dr. Chas. H. Utter a prominent of R. IL Daniel, an engineer on the Witch Hazel bal ve. The first application I ,-". \ n
vcppt I physician, of Panama. Colombia in Alabama Great Southern railroad. Is i helped him and in a few days J

"CITY OF TAMPA." I'I a recent letter states: "La-t: MarchI dead here as a result! of a peculiar he was as well as ever." For skin | 1 Children ottr. t e
I' diseases cats burns. scald, wounds I Alit Dlgeltu.n. K, ,
( ads
had 3''* a patient a lady sixteen accident.
1.9 Miliim urn Lv l'.n"8c ll1.1IIlpm: young i I I' inject bites, DeWitt's Witch Hazel ) EETHIHG.POWDtRS) the Boarle, y-. .".,
Ar rrDMtoola.v.a'am' Ar Millon a.Wpuitare. I years of ae; who had a very Mr. Daniel had been railed to take :Salve H sure cure. Relieves piles at | SSA, the Child and Ma .

we: Round triptli). I bad attack of dyeutery. Everything (; an engine: out and while talking to once. Beware of counterfeit*. HarKi ; +' Costs Oalj 25 cents at Dniggists, TEETMISU '

_V Kli-klnK lIor..... I I prescribed for her proved ineffectual I I the caller at the front door h*. hearda $' Pharmacy, John i Hheppard, Sidney rs i or (nail ji rein to c. J. MOFFETT, M. D.. ST.. LOUIS MQA

A writer in the National :StocLman I and she wa growing worse noise in his bed room, and going Kahn.I I We hare handled Dr. )f.'lfe f, TFETHINA T.,' ";f" ,w', I..iT> ., N
there found his wife lying on the aoj tratle Ma,'r'pntrl ry mvdi 'wart 41 tnU >. > fr ,
glees this Kic-tlioJ df tnMtiiis hour. Her .
:: ; a kicking j every parent were sure I ,. i '
DOW am' uallot.ethr.ehtadr.tgr.I. rpar.1 > a" <
borne 1'ut en huh a strun? surcingle l I *he would die. She had become so floor whor" she had fallen while ondearoring I Kn'.j Sulliug.Ur uticint; loth m >thrn.ttr. .' njntrt I'rit ..J'. .' *. .
j to pet out of bed. Her : bat sun or overcomes to quick! the truu/I..u .l' .
and criipjn Have one riig where the I weak that ;she; could uot turn over in \ -\\oulil like! tl} get you to t11I:1t'nsat"liNt" W

'btlf'k bonk conies and one right inches b*d. What to do at this critical D.d'IIS broken and she died almost! teach use O sail a I*)::t. -

lower on the risl.t siil>. Now run a I instantly. lo.twall-a:! a boat Why, its easy i ,
moment for but I
wa a study me,
soap from the] lower ring) to the crup- as bwiuiiniu. Jest ;-ra-ji the main sheet '

|"T about where the hip)| "t r\[, jta!'M's l I thought of Chamberlain's Colic. To My Friends. with cite h.\uil au' the tiller; with the I Th. Turn in at'the>

through Niitake a five cif;:litliinch I I Cholera and Diarrr."'i Remedy and Iti* with joy I tell you what Kodol other aii' if a flaw s-tnkt-s ease up or I &$iJ

rojio tiftcrn (''I.t long. fasten it to the !1,|: as a last report prescribed it. The did for me. I was troubled with my I Lring '..r to au' l"0t tile half arils, but

ring! tt the cbtH-U and then Look :I mot wonderful result w effected.. stomach for several months. Upon k.uk out fer the gaff au' boom nr the and secure tilt most delicious L: : v. '

through the ring in the b.iltcr and !I I Within eight hour-he wa* feeling being advised to use Kodol I dia 1'0. I Lull thin be m the water an' yell of beer
in
much better inside of three yet produced Arwnl ;
[ ; daysi
Iwok througli the lower ring; in the : and words caunot tell the good it be upset; but if the wind is steady y'r
I i *he wa* her felt and at the end
t-urcinnle. Scrap up bis left tore (out. upon has done me. A neighbor;: had dyspepsia -i all right onloss y'r too slow in lumn', '
of week '
one wi entirely well. For i ity I that he had tried mo-i'
This should Uilone in a htr.iw 'arll.I. I.! *:ale all druggists; and medicine : everything.so I told him to u*e Ko II '{:1US- then yell be upset fcure. Jump ] He drinks: bcstvho (trinksMLJl 41

Now >"U have him reaily. Take your dealers. ': dol. Words of gratitude hare come right in an' try it; but, remember r.blt.I: I -
rf)iv' and po ahead of bun a few fett ', ever ye do don't JiLel": *
from him beau I
to me .
rpcoui-j All Pabst Beer l* brewed<< from n uprriatlv fi"
a little to the right; and begin to pull. mended it.-Oeo. W. Fry, Viola I \\ malt malted innrttrtinnre nirh the l.-"t C.-rr

1 fold bun steady and let lnai tight!; this: "IIY Coua.bl"l: I. 'Weakening Iowa. Health and strength, of mind j i U) ods. Our hops arc the best that! rtiofvy c.ifj i>t "
Lard but ke.'|' Jniwi-i; his h.':iil to lis The and body, depend on the !stomach I > .
amount of e.\pend in IJ )
bide and be still go down to tbo ground. |i coughing is considerable.eiunry Indeed and normal activity of the dib@i'tive' ( L : PABST imewiNG: co.
; very .
Naw >uu hate him whl'rt'vu want !I organs. Kodol the great recon I --
hint Show him I one of the patient statisticians for structive tonic, cures all stomach I rblfl(;!gna:ure!t on every box: of the geni'ne
jou can < o as you
|il.iiM> with him. Keep him there j jiinul which Germany is renowned has calculated and bowel trouble*, indi etioudys- Laxative Brcmo'QuinineT&biet -A 1.O-; .-
that a patient! who coughs once =ia. Kodol digests good food
pep : any the rui6jy hat cnrea a cold In one data
hi uif takes nil
Fists it .1,1).1 every quarter ...t'un hour for ten hours'I'XI'UtlS you eat. Take a dose after ineaUHargis' I - -

I'b.hitlJ' you cnn handle bim. energy equivalent to 250; units Pharmacy, John Sheppard, Bees and And.
I Ir.
(
I
of heat which may I* translated asequivalent Sidney Kahu. Bees will place their honeycombs In FINE WINES L1QUOKS
,
Tli4 llnlclicr Iliril a nrdtr. I to the nourishment coatnlned say mace regularly or irregularly ,
lnc-n..lttc-.d.
It U Ire.'de that the butcher Wril'surU'i's I shaped, and when they come to corners ,
I in three jrrs or two glasses of A Presbyterian piv.ithtr in the central
.
,' and cruel !h.liiit"of i and angles: they seem to stop and eon.Ender.
ling: S. FRIEDMAN
mpa milk In normal respiration the air Is part of New York state tells this I I A.
varioiitT':itun' upon heiUe I tLoruM expelled from the chest at the rate of story en him*elf: Then they vary the shape of the :
bU -.( his wife ttur- ctU so that the space la exactly tiled.
"UI'IIt.'l'tiU : I
way ; four feet second whereas In violent '
per ,
'It was Sunday uirrninff, and I hadstnrtnl I*. O BOX 41H. II.I.I.IMH MICE
Inc: her period of MvliiMon. i>f manyt.MH'es couching: it may attain a velocity |i for ihurch. The family were It could not lie done more satisfactorily .I

Ih,' female l> recd by the male of 300 fr't.FOlEY'S. if the whole thing had been worked i -
1 prt paring to follow wla.1) the youngest,
oil the n.-t. hut the 1'Utohor lnrd's oat on palter forehand. Ants make ,
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a fin\-, :tro1tJ. prun.ted 1 do not
jirny .1111.ivis often of creatures wlneh hard and smooth roads and drive tun- AND WOOD.WE
KIDNEY CURE. want to ?o to chun-h
be nels cumiKii-ed to which man's effortsla .
are too art: u witen at a uioutliful. *"1
Oon't feel much like it rays-elf
KMI: : if the male nmM: aluajslrag '' Will cure P.rijrht' Disea-e. making such things are iusijmilicanLCiiicinuatl '
Diabetes. Hill, this mornini, replitnl his mother i
Will cure EXPECT TO SUPPLY :MUCH I.'iiElt'I
< ili.r 1'lr"I"S4.,i to the ne.t it is ,; Commercial Tribune i I
1 Will cure Stone in Kladder but we must tin father has to go-
obViouS that! the f.uiaUeoulil not tat Will cur Kidney and UladderDNeae hils"ne already, and he has to THIS :r o-r MMKll THAN l.VK 1 F.F' IFS

them tli Tf. M> the "lunlcp" may bare =,-W. A. D'Alemberte, 121: piearh.: i A World Wide Reputation. '!!

4w.it hit u.nll a* a hap; y tics! ice to I'.!1 a.lJx. 'Yes.' said Trod, unconvinced, 'but J Jwe Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and END US YOUR ORDERS NC W.

SSI (\\'.-!' ti,.' tlitlieulty.! the female tli'tins I I Lave to INteti, and that's worsen'' Diarrho Remedy haa world wide ,

th.thir to help herselfheneur Trifle. reputation for its cures. It never ;, Thompson Olsen cM- Co.Manresa .
side U biii:.: )'.-Country Life. .I fails and is plea*ant and safe to take. : ,
There i* no sjca thing in lifo as a
For sale by all druggists; and deal.
I triile: : every went and action bow- I I Street Tele hone 1. .
Meniii r IO .. : 1"1". It ,
> \'I'rJUI=l1l.rtar.t -'s-ennin ly, linG a root t f

In theexeltel.1fUt oft: lively fXpr.cilft U-low and a l.raucb above which jgjnat'jrsii; en every box ot the ?ennlf The finest line o! umbrella" In the

like h"lIt-r\cln. ur b1'111aicH'Y ;, twift and turn late some other rout Uxative Bromo Quinine Tablets city is at J. I. titepheus'. Go look j WICKE&CO.

\! wi I I-trantl.lrnlu-clesandn{ and [ranch. nnilJiu" part of the great the riuejy that rnrea a cold tn one day at them.
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bone lill1i'it': :tIl.1 sorb. 'I'hen they! Mib.-uiice on and in which we Ih'('.

are tint hj hive Perry DJIVH'Painkiller I: Its presence and abt-ei.ct both affect BANNER SALVE, CONCERT AND DANCE AT I

<>n hunt to ootlie; thequivering i'i; the entire mass of which it forms a he most healing a alvo in th- worM MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY | Plomber Gas and Steam Fitter ,
n rceto the
l't'lietralf'l
,
I>art.-Kxcbanpe. I II NIGHT. TRAINS AT S, b:30 AND j
mecI.wrl! wnrnitlt and healit.g I

ItC\Hr. It i j,01- .Hit ved tile pain 4111 i it..o lieVa. :Not.i F i I 9 LAST TRAIN RETURNS All! No. 6 South Palafoz Streets

>( .\II t-lkau". 11:50. TICKETS
i tf'I.f-rutl"no i CENTS, AT JSVCCLOK
loafer" b. ttle* "i a.d >il cent. i "Clentlemcn. you wouldn't take me All Kinds 01: Plumbing and On Fittcit! ; MaurUli K '

... | t"> be a member of a millionaire's fam- DEPOT. v1.iCPHrNi't: a'II\ ". p......"....." er a
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fly would you?" iii-iuireU the young w
O.A.STOHT.A.: .
*!n'r":1nIr".I.. I i Jt. II

Tfc,' niin 1'..,. 1"1.11. .\m.. "i.in eitirenu : I I man. 9n. the i a Kr.t 161 Hail I'eaes 8;I" titgeatxre
i'
'Frankly, we would uot. I :
\ n.; u trip abroad "r there : MAvery
ether! would the millionaire. I gild ti
.
for a short l,,'ri tl does" not ':tVpu\e of i iIf
asked him last ni.'ht.
native torn -itzen! of this country of ___ :.. ..
( ; 1" AVKRV V .I l
his tll"II..lIl'! : lu>r doe* h.> lose the
'
Cures Eczema and Itching Humor wish I
the best
.
tilt >roteiton of this uverlinienl you very OF
right: toby j ;: I Through the Blood-Costs Nothing IMPORTER AND JOBBER

to'
..... I.II"b.'rp.. h lose< his right ti>
!< >
B. H. B. ( Botanic Blood Balnr is I lowest price, the Willis I HARDWARE.
'011' just a" if he numil to anotherttat I
| now recognized as a certain and sure Hardware Co. can please
bat iii-nuires it again: by nturulitR j
i cure for Eczema. Itchin Skin Hu- I
: to tins iuntr.v. yearly all the nation ? you. .. .
i Iron, Nails, Axe. b'iv! ;4 Haw Miiiai.-l
more, Scab*, Scale, Watery Blisters
on the gbl"" claim the right ofautbuniy I Supplies, Cooking and Hi-atia/M"*... h
dative born citizens of Pimples!, Aching Bones or SHERIFF'S SALE. j jBy .
ever 1 To End Window Ula'4, (funs, PntoM awl r ', ../ i .
their own ,'ountrl.'l'n after those Joint*, Boil.. Carbuncles, Prickling a Coal Strike virtue ot anexecnUon issued out of the I I ."J'
citizens have acquired ('itlz'nslllp"I"- i, Pain In the Skin Old Eating rV-res, Circuit Court for the County ot Ecambia Agate and Tinware and lIoiiHTurnhliin :: c
la the First; Judicial Circuit[ tlorlQI1.I'
i Ulcer, etc. Botanic Blood Bihn Use Gas
WhrnLtLat is. it a native Italian wherein Roberts 4 Valley are plain tiffs and l -s1
I MILL
BIRMINGHAM IULLI.N t"
I taken internally, cures the worst and W. Diamond Is defendant. 1 have levied trAGEX FOR
.t>mes here and Is naturalized, then returns must deep-seated cases by enrichiu, If there is no strike on or impending upon and will soil at public outcry in front i iot > Revere Giant stitched Meltinz. N.>rU. tn-1<.n I

to KU! MJ for a visit the Kussian : purifying and vitalizing the blood the County Court Home in the city of j Wheel Co., Laftin A Hand Powder Co J otH....., .
Pensacola on !Monday lit of Hept'ern1bcr
government uiicht COIDIHhiui to do I thereby giving a healthy blood supply among: the miner, use gas any A. I>. 1\1'!, fur cash to the day bUhest bid- 1 somine, Iron Kin? and Muck StovM and Haul "

army service despite his American cit!- to the skin. Botanic Blood Balmis how. It's der. at 12 o'clock noon tbe following de- I Coups & Co.'.. Raw Hide lace feather Asa
cleaner
sensh'.p.! This principle was embodiedin I the only cure to stay cured, for quicker, more serlbvd property, to-wit: Lots.. I:) and %u Made Railroad Colors.
block 11:1e"
Welt as f
City and'the
; the famous exT"-: ,'s .."u "once an Eng-: these awful, annoying: skin troubles. economical-more satisfactory east; 10 feet of lot 10, block lo)7.i ew City IJCII\8rHII. ell
every Masonic Stf.
Temple.
Other remedies relieve but B. 1'ract. Levied
1-ahman, always an Lcghshmaa.; so may upon as the property of W
B. B. actually cures, heal every war-than anything else for L. Diamond.
heat- -
ouch quoted during tlefar of 1S12. ;
G EO. E. t!X tTif.
and gives the rich o"f
Detroit Free l'rs. sore health to the skin. Builds plow up the I Ing, lighting and cooking. Want to aangoawlw dbenfl.EMMYRO t.. B. WRIGHT cofflPABl

broken-down body and makes the
Henry L. Shattnck of Shell-bur, blood red and nourishing. Especial- I II know about the figures A call In _' a T

Iowa, wa* cured of a stomach trouble I advised for chronic old cases that person or by telephone a letter ALLIPILLSeArx \ \ aucru''TtI&IU A'i1' r' '

with which I It* bad been afllicted for doctors, pateut medicinee and hot or 4 a .a4 U.i, Gea.I..

veers bf four boxes of Chamber- 'I springs fail to cure. Druggists, f l. postal will bring the right answer. I ar CHICHFTEK's. tAate.E\GLhH.M,O-JrIM LUMBER LATHS

Jain's Stomach and Liver Tablet To prove B. K. B. cures. ample sent I. BED .d ...14 _a.Ite bar .....f ,

He bad previously tried nnny other i free and prepaid by writing Blood ie--'E4 D.aer,ae aahatt.aa..a Takea..taer.a.ras. .

remedies and a number of physicians Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe Pen llsce1 a Gas Co. tly--pt. di of.,.....Dmtatn..... T.IaI&I4o K..., f.... SkIED CYPRESS SHINGLES.I: I
For sale all I I trouble and ... M Uer .
without relief. by drug. free medical advice sent ._ n r.p La41_ _IotUF.., p
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\.L 'era MaiL .Ten.ae.ua Mee,
itrhu and medicine dealers.! in sealed letter. .:1 Dr.or.L ..._ PENifACOLA r .
I I 25 and 27 E. Garden St (.Ir. e.leal eo.,
dry. I Pinuccla Fla. Yno..in.p.t... .4IM. et..... PIIU..I'...



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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY AUGUST 26 1902.

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y.tU; I t+11C1f'1'. Attention
of INHABITANTS FLED IN TERROR.
ere will be a regular meeting
T

;:e V'. .ird:-acoU:: of Medical Health office Society st at S Cures All Kinds of Earthquake Depopulates Town of

i' Tuesday. Aug. 26. Chamerico, Guatemala.
,k Q.
V .\tI';\r physicians! are cordially Kidney and Bladder TroublesKidney Sin Diego Oal., Aug. 25.-The Kos-

..,tj t, a. mos liner Kaiabysees, which has arrived
- DK.W. C. DEWBERY, here from Hamburg via the east

President and Bladder Trouble, Rheumatism coast of South and Central America

*"'' IBM II."CKEK and all kinds of diseases produced by an reports that while running through the
,
I Secretary. excess of uric acid.
.t tropics she was in many electrical

-- storms, which lighted up the heavensIn for Infants and Children.

PARKER'S HarrisLithia a wonderful manner. Castoria is a harmless substitute for ('"..tur OH Pan'- ..'

HAIR BALSAM When she approached Chamerico, goric, Ir 'iw and Sootlun. Sjnip*. It i I. IMraviiit.. It
clIR cM au4. IUUMCI l.tall1lr...{.the.etc fitlt.Primula on the west coast of Guatemala the contains neither Opium Murplimo nor other \ir'H,Closubstance.

hI Never full at. to Youthful Restore Color.Dray.Tito lights of active volcanoes were seen It le trojs Wonn, and all..,* IVntri..lim>i....

ditrMrf It half li.Ucg. Water for many mile at sea. On reaching It cure* ltiirrlin-a:ul AYiiul 'olic. It rrlirti" T,>t.lll.

yraadtattlm: awt port it wu found that the inhabitantsof ing Troubles and cure Conciliation. It 'uulati".. tlin

Stomach and HoweN, giving healthy and ti./lnral.Icrj.
Ie recommended the beet the town had all fed an account 01
by physicians allover The (;hiltlrc.n's Panacca-The" Mother's 1'rieiid.
YOURSELF Icrat. an earthquake and the steamer had to
CURE .
the United
States. For sale
, rw Bin for onnitnnlr.i where-shipped anywhere. every discharge and take on freight with The Kind You Have Always BongbfBears

i....t SSSSKVKSuSa her own crew as no longshoremen
Jfrii / cfmueoQi ttiiilr BM. could be found. the Signature of
I 3 HiBliw. and not ulna*
P I fr.ul -* geDt.rpOleun0U1. Nothing Can Comparewith
d.l.sC/tm'utto.
,, :+..sumo .old by Drasgtatm, HARRIS LITHIA CARBONATED WATER for table use HARRIS LIIMIA King and Queen on Tour.
For la
Seut ,
pUIa
L.--- B tT iprtB.. pn>|wnppet Jd, tot GINGER ALE is the finest of all alei. New York Aug. 25.-The king and
, J bbttlci, 12.76.
II
'H OU. or
I"([cater Scat oa naueit queen are slowly sailing north in thero"al
Write for Free Booklets-Full testimonials of
cores, analyses,
and
yacht are expected, saysa
etc to show to your physician. #
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Tribune London correspondent, to r'

DR. KING'S Harris Lithia Co. Harris land at Aberdeen at the end of the In Use For Over 30 Years. 1

Springs Springs, S. C. week. Thence they will proceed by .."e Qr.Ua "0...... n ..0.... ..... a.. .. .... >,

TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR special train to Ballaster for Balmoral. .... :'
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The duration of their stay in Scotland

THAT COLD. is yet undecided. Much will depend THE GARDEN SECTIONIFensacola

TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. upon the nature of the weather. In

Consumption Coughs CALL ON OR TELEPHONE all probability they will go for another p..f.-o
I IP I
M. W. MARSHALL. Pen acola. Fla. yachting trip next month, from Aberdeen
i Uronchiti?, Asthma, I to Copenhagen; to pay a visit Florida.

. .''1oniaIIay FeyerPleu-1 .. ''to the king of Denmark, and to meet ,

rl L'iGrippe, \ ITALIANS ATTACK MOTORMAN. HE TOOK THE CAKE. the emperor of Russia. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

I _
and'
* Throat Croup ---
A !Story William Itlark. the Note!. Will Be Ordered to Panama.
Tried to Lynch Him Because He ran :
\\ ping Coii h. 1st, and Mary AiidrrMon. Washington Aug. ::;.-The navy Cver One of Them.New .
NO CURE. NO PAY. One time when Mary Anderson was partmer.t will shortly order the pro- !

,. .. JC. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. of York a party Au?.of fifitc-n Jo.; -Bwauseone Italians !- playing in "The Winter's Tale" in tected cruiser Boston which recentlywas 40x137% feet at from $76; to $200 each, according

Dublin William Black the i.ovelist, placed in commission and which to location and surroundings.
: waa ruu over at J--
who was \ery intimate with Miss Anderson is now at Bromerton, to Panama to I
roxu<* \viiue and Putter place by a
.) -GOLA y=& tiullear; the men m the patty at- and her family, insisted upon i relive the gunboat Ranger of the Exceptionally Good eif1hhorltOod, lleautiful I'itw,
assuming the part of cue of the supers, watch upon the isthmian affairs from
ta-'Keti the aiotorman.! John O'N..;:1, I High Dry Fertile Lands.
,
who was dressed as a very old man hte Pacific side.
Gr'} and Corn Weal Mills i pul't'd him off the oar and beat him with venerable beard and locks that

and attempted to drag! him to a tree fell upon his .houhlcrs.llt'n I'.lack The grandest opportunity for investment ever
1 F GONZALEZ & CO. Prop s, .
C.A.BTOn.X.A.
with the intention of hanging him. The
went upon the stage in this disiiuKe! offered in Pensacola.
MsnutuctcrersTH I passengers of the (:r \\'J..d car interfered he walked about among his fellow 6eare the lie Ktd, Ytu Hale Alaats Jmt.I:

UK: ,It.UA.-\sn I'l'UKGKOUNr and fighting ensued, but police! supers with unceasing restlessness! :and BJgsatueof d : # iI ;I Home Seekers- Should See These Lots

STOCK KKKII. I 1 reserves appeared drove! the crowd judging by the wild motions of his I

.' ic Home Industry, for there ti.na ; of 2.000 away which took nearly an arms seemed to be addressing to eachin

"'. you the should Home buy your Manufacturer:Metl and hour and rescued O'Nril. turn an impassioned haran IP. The -V.Clubbs
t' Irom
HCIIEDUt.1
:
borne Indu. The Knsar.o audience who the WEEKLY : .
jlng you encournze II injured man. Christiano. becan to wonder
It left la the community I.
i 'n money turn are Indirectly! benentMling was leading two c-hiLlren. lie mal new actor was and what on earth he FOR STEAM DIVISION ; Corner Garden and Alcanit Streets.

the home manulACtarer yon them un on ahead as he saw the tar was doing in a play In which neither ELECTRIC TEItMlNAl:: :
PENSACOLA
clluleOr labor. Yon ow.ommautty
to the
te In which you live and cumin Christiano was Lcockad Shakespeare nor the stage managersever i
S Intrlbntl'l: to your sacport. I down hy the car and both legs were intended him to appear. I HAlLWAY COMPANY I F.e. BREST, WM,11 KSOWLKM, W. K. Ill KK, JK.. J I>IIUt"'r.
Vice-Frf idnt. t'a.mlrr AM'I f...kurFirst
cut off. Presently came the time when it was Trains leave Pensacola for tbe Lit Hi President.

the business of 1'erdita to distribute Bayou, Big Bayou Wkrrington, NT7 Yare

ROFESSIONAL CARDS. Boy Drowns 'n Well. flowers among the peasants, among and Fort Barrancas ateSO

.._ .._ Ga.It Black Miss Anderson a.m.arrlve at Fort Barrancai II5a.n National BankOF
-- -------- Tifton. 25.-Quite an unusual whom had his place. loam a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancas s...U
I death occurred at Urbana at H.I. ; carrying on the practical jokesof lou: p.m.mrrive at Fort Barrancas 1 aft p a
W. C. ROWE, M. D. 8SO p.m. arrive at Fort Karrancaa .:16pa
& Co.'s the circle, had I
Thomson saw' mill on the family prepared a fI:15p.m.arrlveato'ort Karraacai 7oop

,!,.. .. 1':ti >>. 1'aUf'ii. I Tifton. Thomasvllle! and Ouf railroad, surprise for this moment, nnd, having '8:00 p.m.arrive at "' Karraacai gt3p.n
when fell in well distributed flowers among the less favored Trains leave Fort Barr&nca.lor Fenia I PENSACOLA. TLA.DXXlMOTOIlOi .
A. tu. and 1 to x p. m a negro boy a in the oola at I _
I mill quarter and was drowned. lie supers, she handed to I'.lack a
.....
7:15 a.m. arrive at Hentacola MOO a. a
r'hoUo GJ3.Hf I had been dead some time when fo'ind. large cake crowned) with wreath of 11:00 p m. arrive at l't-n.acola_ll:46pn
_._ ._. oou ____ ___ laurel saying as she did so. "You takeit ?:OII p. m. arrive at Henacola_ 2:65 p.u WM. H. KNOWLES. A. BLOUNT F C. Iti+EN'lv. K HYKIi.Jk
6in p m arrive at faneacola ....._ 5:45 p n
allusion to his In the
triumphs D. G. BKEXT
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+ I "I had diabetes its worst form T:00 p. in. arrive atPenEmeola.-T:4 5 p.
write*: Marion Lee of Diuirpath. contests of wits at the supper' table. 8:45 p. m. arrive at Pensaoola_ 6: 0o aIsataraayS I
"i fOR I IT Ind. "I tried ejyhtphy-iciaua To her consternation I'.lack! showed only y

'. out relief. Only! three Utttles of "'n- that lie was quite prepared to < arry Pensacala FABB to Fort FOB Barrancas WEEK DAYS return 46i rm! D ad mnU E i m 6fil g sd Otr !
i iI <
t PEOPLE. ley's Kidney Cure in'idf me a well out the jest, fur taking the cake from I'en.cola to Navy Yard and return_ lot 1
nrin.: \\'. D'Alemberte, 121 S. the hand of IVnllta.: he immediately t'ensacola to Palmetto Beach and rerrllI6c

v> i w .MS V 'i I .i Cent.in I 1'alafox. -.-- distributed It In substantial portions to When weather SUNDAY permits ICHEDUDI the ,running o r drr.w our own Kills of Exr!!I\r.t) on lush Jirltulk lr.U..<
his hungry fellow! supers, who, tintln
.
i I-Ht> cr\l Nerd n"oI: Head :I YOUNG RAVENS. it to be of eMcllent quality, pecan to open Leave coaches.Fensaoola. Lv Fort Barraaoa | Germany, Franca, Austria, Italy Hol. nd. H-um, IMfltot. Koe.Ut hotway

munch it greedily under the eyes of 9 I. m. 10 I. m. i Hwblea, Denmark and other Karnj-tsn. conctru.
. + Qnrrr Story of the thanulne Colo* lla.m. 1! m t, -

"1 751. \ If ) 1./ai1). of the :Ne"hurn Illrdn. I the house.-llxchange. 1 p. m. 2 p.m.Ip.m (rVoilile19 Disbursed upon tL> Moat Kavorati T.rm*, and Utl

..I I have not learning enough to know i p. m 8p.m.p.m. Obligations Taken Payable at Port of nAtiralt0L 1t11 or Klfi..t P.-rafter

\l t > improved! real f'S- whether in the earliest times ravens : The best physic-Chamberlain's ip.m pm. Vessel Arrives there.
."1All .amounts low were accounted "unlucky." If so, \sby Stomach and Liver Tablets. Easy to 6 p. m 6 p.m.
"i I"she K. Brooks. were they i'ho.seii from : tong: all theIAifds tike. Pleasant in effect. For sale 9p.m. I p. m 'Safety Deposit Bozex for Rest in Con nnctlor

i'ttliilux: .St.,:calm Fisher: of the air for the merciful errand by all druggists and medicine deal- t'enneolato FAK art rOB Btrrancai IUl'DAY Navy i with which we have a Priva AAartn i nt for ihr U..

_._.___ .
ers. lard mad rutnrn 3dPenucoti of Renters.
of cnrryin? Im-ntl to IIMJah in the
to Palmetto iteaeb ana
A I \ I -lu.you nerd money wilderness? laid they steal it? They I'yny-ltaUam Itolicvi-n-; iM::tind Away r.tnrn_______ 164

.*' x'.y, H'ul A'nount lowest you want rates nrf given to t11l.ft1! :<0 in the written wakes a eiiccdy cud of couju and col.1t.I NolreUht f'lvetS rllfip, m.

.. ,,"I.t.'-.nt t.-r.'.I1 mpru\.dcllyr..AI Alt'! ', Mouth \\nrde are a"siireJ that "iOil hear.I I I WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !
"l\la-1 eth the onus ravens when they cry

out unto him." And nothing of this THE NEW GROCERY STORE. .WnlO. ..- 'T, r rR' ,'.'
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I ,1'1 BUIUu11)"i tor : is said of doves or of any other white a : A, .w. rl, d nr' Jwv -
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.,'y in nre your property. pro. I I I or h.'n\only kind of toirlu explanation o'0__ ",. '. :' '(." .".: ; C-- ..
ottltlbuy or sell real e&rty .
?- of any description, have is given in the I:;: 'l'tiall' commentary I "1", I, "- ,....... .-. "" .

nr your taxes attended A Co.to.I'us on 5t Luke in the Coptic WILLMOVER r'.. .. ...','..".... ,....',., ..,,... ..... .

1 Insurmice Thn C.'ahon agents fcnsai script by Kpipuaniu*. .\. 11. Stistul.The I i3 I. ,.....,... "i' .'.". ,. 1 ,.

i inuJSTHte TO.vprvon.' passage is certainly very curious. First-Class Stockof II.I'..".... ", ..'.IIr'.....'.....I. .' 1.1"-.,.. .
Keeps a Complete
I' will lend Up-to-Date I .
> Mltl a house. HdtfI and I am permitted to transcribe it ,. J -' ,n I..." f. .:, : .
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I here "Why. th'IIIj,] the evangelist Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No --.I/.I1 : .: I '
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1m ""Y mg," J. ....,I ne "..,.I I. .. I f..; .. .
'.. Ue'lIl" i!I mention no nnnio amour; the birds except 30 W. Government St. Salisbury Block. wird: up aaulh.f .rll<< I..... ". .. R... ," .'." I
ravens only? Because the hen ",'1 "I.t abe'" t ,h '. ..,. -. uGood.
,
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111"I ,I i .,
bavin laid her nnd TIXKPIIONK 327. S I .
raven eggs
.ili-f,-d.) Mr r .r..n .1 .6'rr w' S
fliase and IinXilliers, hatched her is wont to flyaway well pl..1 ...It tae I''r't, u, d u \I' I
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youn
inch a't temp.bra('efun V. .er I. A' 'r t' v wIn
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-ii. bows in good ronit and leave them on account of a fr. cia)". 1 aw m.rv tsar r n .A .0 I' I .
feet '. .. ....'
M
Iront by tli-p. ApHi. Run4uhn. Mr Ao.LIl11CIUo..o u 1 1.'u 1SAlVONA
nlltf hue of their color for when The Star
\ the
.- -. -- -- hatched they are red In appearance. Laundry, I SOAP CO., Lcr. 12th d P'TJE' Sts ST. Louis. M0,

"Olt.I.g.. Then the N'oarisher of all creation
.... i
-- sends b) them a little swarm of insects -
Busiest Best I
; !>. r cent below"'l'ol. a tino Biggest
a' S just from t be factory; putting it by their nest and NOflCK.I CHOICEST
.inturH, orkians, desks and thus the little ravens are fed until! :
in tulott ro-.t.i.t islier's have been authorized to take
the color: of their 1-ody is, as it were, 'It'f !
I I.: Tarragonai4l. tf
subscriptions forVm.. Jf-niunK
dyed and becomes black. Hut after An Evening Call on

1 .Pie! most detilrablH lots In seven days the old ravens return, and.seeing I Bryan's paper "The Cninin ner. f FRUITS AXOCOHFECTIORERI f 1 1AT

> easy. terms 2v II'', ,Mouth by the 1'alafoi Fi.hPrtg.incy : that the Uxlies of their! >oun;; ;! ,: Your Swell Friendsyou I The price is fl.Oo pr year in ad.I
l"a1tn1'tinl.rl I Those desiring the ''1i
have become perfectly like their own vance. paper'
will find will be
henceforward they take to them and warmly received can h'lveit sent to them by sending i
i
i
< lIe'l.> --..,... --- bring them food of their own ac if you are well and neatly U.W) to the under hrned.H ]1 C. APOSTLE'S
M. ROCIIK. ,
cord.
Mm to learn tmrber trade.i dressedaudyoutliueoisi-i
1 It is for naturalists to ascertain Care Daily News.Woman.
iramtni; frrrwurkexprrtF. t 14 East Gittrrati! St.
I able. A of refinement
chi week' requiretl. We. whether or no this strange accountof woman : ,
S,lIlurJay "I\!"". Quaranneelal
1" i
-- inducements to HPli the young: ravens holds good in our always gauges a man's well bred instincts I Fonntriy C"'rdova It. -1/tur,1 Near! Y YO .

'I ( .tHni-e. 'A-rlte today. day.-Cornhill Magazine.A by the condition of his linen, rc Every sr-b .
....Ire.-. New Orleans, Ln : c tdf PI ; ; I. it 11.71 1i
a.n r i and be goes into her presence ar- t UUltrrrtlt.tand..oedt awal to (2.UU i'tr dozen
rye v ... ..,
ui tl w f:
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moreJ with beauty: when his shirt,
PHYSICIAN HEALED. ll MAR\tl thirling Spray
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collars and cuffs have been done ur 't cte,1 11..,.....'..I..I'....., I ,
Dr. Oeo. Ewing, a practicing pitysician -
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'S .,
enaUaJ
r 11"41 I
\ will 1 /
11 A 1\1,1 solicitor: pay ..
Star '
at the .
for I L ,. Laundry. eot )1 J.t ( J" .t
"in'"I"n to right one Aduffloc. I of Sutith'grove, Ky., r, hlDuw Lwnry

niDtfu I over thirty years, write* his personal 4,:,,..4riM lor It.It y TL11:11! t. IJ 4tflOrt

\; \. kicdt o' empty beer I experience with "'.'!f'Y'* Kidney ALL WORK c. o. D. Goc ds Called for and Delivered Free h"'irnit 1 n% I l., ae.'rpt lupyli! nuothrLn.wndaa ieM ) H.S4U: .r t &J t.r"Lj '
'1 !'\ A. KRtinHAS. nov rr .,ifnrll.lufitraf /
i Cure : "Fur years I had been great *!i.'t-.nMl It K'vHt .ad !it;f't aTb.y @)
I and bladder TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST- fu ti'.niUlaaaDIlIlc..ln- M1 'Pln481E Itar I
bothered with kidney TL11aL
1':1 Itlrtt-lr. le lo la.lirl. H IRS LL ri .... .... .... '' .
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t ..i / 'ii :h.. l'almi;;t on all trouble and enlarged, pro..trateI Koom 82c Times Bldg. New York .. .
WALKER INGRAHAM a.angrlltn.lt'6rdTt
iiD'ir'niii-e... Big Kavoii. In .I gland. I ued everything known to Manager. i
a til. i: itrli. 'ria.ll: *
the r rofe 1'ut'I11'It1.. : commenced to ne foley Kidney : LODGE DIHECTOHYKNIGHTS

;- i Cure. After taking three bottle I ESTABLISHED 1862. LauijelsAgain
I')11H HROWN I.EUHOHNS was entirely relieved and cured. I I
.
.) *tock and Kgjs: tor sale.at !
wmi Har1"'sr..Co's. l"ttfii I prescribe and hf'a'tilrf'commend it'now daily in my its practice ue McKENZIE OERTING & CO., OF PYTHIAS

A. lit t; ) / UOoi.'I such troubles. I Tii H tr MI....
for
I to all physicians o DIA.LIU IK- 0 PennAcoIm Lodge No. 3. K. of P. Ir ...... doe 4OeI4
\ InH"BK1Kf:FManufacturert have prescribed it in hundred of MNM A+.mer q i

., al.+r in Pair HOOlb, Hats Toilet cae* with perfect SUCCPSS." W. A. meet.ing at every?:'*> at Mondar Cattle nu Hal1 1 I I i 1I
..r UII, ..tc..H-'K W. I and General
I Government D Alemberte,1215.-- ----Palafox.-- Ship Chantey 8apdwape, i'I In Building the Blonnt third floor.-. WatiOl I 5* .HARPER i

.tt.'rM I'ur 1"1'rcea... 80S AND 605 8. PALAi''UX 8TUEET. Visiting welcomed brethren oorltail- v "- KENTUCKY j

+- FOR F'l'SRKALI3: turnt.ned i Bed-steal ------AGENCY- "r H. UOBHLKB H.A. Lit WHISKEY

v In bouQnets special designs REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S SONS CO.'. KR..tK. r
, t* Moreno. Wen Uregory baby to Jllarston #
go .
I WIRE A. RUS8EL & SON'S PCMPS. -- -
JMlIm' I GALVANIZED ROPE OeM .......-. .
Qu.ina's. 1 --.. .,
I t I..LO''' HOoi. I hUll 6irdii Ptliti Ills iielleil iBstr.aiiti, Flirts, litkin, IktliiCOMPASSES. Seasonable household Pw Orw

I a', ,K$ and Moral Lf>og;.- LOGS ETC. i and kitchen utensils at the t;! .. 11 ;
for
We will launder
;'if ordered :or coitomrei : your spreads
, Morero ".'s West lirory ,! 15 cent each and make them looM C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Aent; for Bar Pilots', Benevolent Association Willis Hardware Co.'s.
sdim I| like uw. Star Laundry. I 1 I\I Ui \fl D2HltWtl tres.



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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY AUGUST 26, 1902





.I ,I [ODDS:AND' ENDS.] WE ARE DETERMINED [BROKEN" STYLES. -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 .

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, eLt ODD AND END SALEWill


a

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' -LADlE5'OXFORDS- - --- -- -* IJADIE OXFORD:; .. .. LADIES' 0\FORUaY.* vwLADIE3'O| FORDS | *. LADIES'tiA\DALSv 5W .* LADIES'SANDALS: a L.1U/ k

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$350: $3.tv 5250 5 ILW ; fUio: ; $.'.co .
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ALL :STYLES, ; .P.ltLeather&\lcIKld Pat. andICI Kids Pat Tip Turn Sole Pat Leather Colonial* 1- .trap Pat: I.eather. v .
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NOW i NOW ; NOW NOW NOW NOW \ .
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: $2.94. ; : $2.11. : : $169. : ; 112. : : $1.96. : : $1.67. : : $11 :i

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LADIES'HAXDALri ? ME\'SOXFORDS : ? MEN'S OXFORDS J MEN'S OXFORDS 5 ) FO MEN'S OXFORDS 1
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?1.GU J $3.5o : |3 =50 JVici $2. O i i; tu | $I51, j .
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: Buckle! and Bow : l'.1t"ici Kids Kids, All Toes Vici Kids: : Plain: and Ca:) Toes Plain and Cap Toe. I ,t
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NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW | NOW \
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: 58 cents. : : $2 94. :s : $2.89. $ : $198. : : $159. : $ $1.24. : : 74 eel '

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: Pat and Vk-i iKldyaER I :HOE O. : ;

: NOW :

I FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY, : :
$1 38. 27 eeL : .

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I SOCIETY EVENTS I *

ASSAILANTi I i I : : : : FEED, LIVERY AND SALE STA : '

ATDEfUTIES- I AND PERSONALS II''OPENDAY n AND NIGHT. 1.1 \\ ,-"l litril,.", *


CAVE THEM A CHASE OF NINE i I I THOMPSON ACCUSED E5 525 SESJ1 POU & GINGLIES, ManagcrF

I
MILES BEFORE CAPTURE 1! BY HIS ACED VICTIM Lucian Minor and child arrived .,, ... AIr..
from Nashville this morning. Theyare umnuT P )y .. ".

at the Merchants.A. .

A limping negro, half ;t dozen ollicfrs "Sonny" Thompson, the big black G. Wilkins, a former resident c' R. pout -t

and scores of idle spectators I negro;: who was arrested yesterday on manager for the Cudahy Packing Ic I I .

walked from the union depot immediately 1:1 warrant charging him with a brutal Co. is at the Merchants today. DAILY MENUS .* .< FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBAI.M.;

after the !8:! o'clock trains had i assault: upon aged Mrs. Delia Dixon I Hon. E. K. Nichol*, referee in J7 Vest Inteidencia SlrM. Oi'liph.i .,',. ., K -.1
I bankruptcy is out today after aweek's Comprise all the Up-to-
arrived la-t night. The black was was identified in a dramatic manner !
I confinement at St. Antho- Date Dishes the Markets -
handeulled and walking with him j i by Mr*. Dixon oon after he had ; ny's hospital with "bad" foot. I
I i a of the World
reached the He I .THE BIG
county jail. practically 5TORI
were Deputies Krewtou and Kobe, Will who Afford.i .
Mackey, accompanied !i .
I
acknowledged his guilt when
Supervisor Kaggett: N.V.. Nichol- the Pythian party to California, has

!>en of Tine Barren and others. faced by Mrs. Dixon, but todayafttr returned, much benefited with the [ ,,' -

'I his was the last put of u mo-t I i a night' meditation, has made up a Ladies' Private j I Oar IJir.vr i-n-w n: :VwS ..'K ; .

exciting day with thedeputi*. They I( !tory which lie will tell, and has trip.H.. 1'Vei.*?, known better as I 1 IiKii.--.- /"'t." I K
Dining Parlor.fc<
had captured the negro, giving hi; I toll to try to clear hil1-elf of the ''Clip," arrived from New Orleans I 1 Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents' Furnishing ( <
crime. today. He is here in the interest of
mine as Sam Lewis, after chasing:
him from Century Fh.. to Pollard, Thompson is an ugly man. His the annual trade edition of The i Carpets, Mattings and House Furnislni. .
Picayune. Regular Dinner Daily.Short I
facial features contorted at all
Ala., there narrowly escaping a are li. G. Williams of Jacksonville is To Make Ili" I1II'>! t.t: u-t.l k w> wi,. I., ,
"brn-.li" with citizens for times and his head is "decorated"by .
di-charg
at Merchants today. Mr. Williams
In; lireanus: and thus disturbing the i a number of healed wounds, as a representative! of a machinery OrderPromptly <* MONDAY AUGUST -

a uulI'IUIH of that town. which were made fourteen years ago manufacturing firm, has Filled. Night or Day. :

, It wa* pay day at Century Situr- by an engine on which Sherlll been down to Florala to bid on some I, A Great Clearance 5akDUV

day and all the had Smith sat and held the throttle. work to be given out by the Jackson If It's SonetbingGooa to Eat :
negroe plentyof Lumber Co.; you wUh you'll ttna it at I
Thii incident recalled the --- --
money. .\; a nitural: rolleJutnct' was by |
( gambling was Indulged iu by heriT as soon as Thompson stepped !! Mrs. A. I. McGuire has issued invitations Nick Apostle's i (;OOU lIr.tttTII\I: : i '/still\a.

into the j-ul yesterday.To to a reception to be givenin I One lot of Sfotch! Liwn and All Wi i Hiu' ". -
everyone who was ably t )-hoot dice. Popular Restaurant.
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honor of her daughter Mis Cath- French Ctiallies, In yardfur -V c. I Ha All."'....a I
Lewis wao; no to the make doubly sure that an innocent erine McGuire One lot of fine .
exception and Mr. William G. illlp"rted11" KIMAlp;i r mid M.d.1 '
I rat! rule, -o he and three! other eu-I I man would not punished, Daily, who are to be wedded Wednesday f1I J i-hed Madras at 1'lc per yard worth I.t !I..a than !half 1" > .
regular IV.c.; .
,
"iheritf : had Mrs. Dixon at the Sept. ;1. The reception will be vvuuvvru v Full topk if tI. '
groes engaged; :: in a :tIll'3. In the smith i ij.1il One lot of finca imported Madra! at > 9Ml Troor n.-''' .

"pot" were *;3.;. Lewis ".hot". and where Thomp-ou could be peen. t i at residence of Mr*. McGuire I I ITe. worth rezular L'-lc.; i..a..a..--. --.-. -- .....>. -_ ..".. .... ..
yj2 East Gad.den -treet. from S:30 to One lot of *ea I-land Ivrcalji. full I.! "
lo-t hi; It..t penny. This made The aged lady was told to pick out i| I0j o'clock. A TERRIBLE yard wide, at lOc worth l:>e. ; "IICI'..
;5" )yards fine r'wi- Lawns. worth '|
Thompson from a number of colored {
Lewis mad and whipping out a pis- I regular 15; to 2;c yard, till .>*\\e lyards ."' rr".") INt'". Lr4t.... u\
tt.l.I he compelled his trio of companions men then in the room. Khe scanned (I TOOK POSSESSIONOF BLACK CATA fort!/->3. j *."'P""n at .tC II j' .

to hand the entire them all, but when her eyes rested A few of tho e fin", fancy Para ol, 1S puts 'L..tr.; -.
i-vtr sum.
I left which we are oiler ing at co t. I1ApsltelL7i, *tr., _
Iliac of them started to but upon her dastardly a;*ailaut she advanced -
run A COLD
WATCH
towards him and with au small black cat, that: ran across I C.\Iti9-TS: AM> MATIIXi. 1.15 p.45. II -.' Oaf
L"wU halted hiir. and compelled the
extended flu in tone expressive -- the sidewalk in front of Jo-eplaine I I i"mith'myrna Iu?., t'xbl rotr N lit\1.-
three to walk ahead of !him ..tcrothe 11.45.Mnith'.
I Collins, a Creole, :30 o'clock lat .' ,rid. ... htt,
at/7 f.
Florida line, tllE'1h let them of her hatred of him pronounced Thos. Curry and his wife. Ellen I ...." Smyrna Hua*. tNxrd, al 17'... "..fib >T, .', :
him the mans: Thomp-on tried to night, caused a big disturbance on # }
Curry, were arrested this l lit..
go. early r"lllith'mVrtHt flag., :all xIII I. for 7'. ktMtaa.:
1'1)1' negroes Iurried batk and iuformevl ( look steadily at her, but his E''e"I' morning;: by Otlicer Benjamin on a wet Iutendencia street. #1 15. ISc. rtli ... .

dropped and he accepted the accuation of The cat was the property of Ella Illith'; Smvrna Ku$3 /-, l1xlt. fur SuuMlMfc,.,... Chi"; t
ltrew-i charge being dangerous and
Deputies Vaughn lId sus- 3;>.
ton, who cha-ed after Lewi*. As |'! with the words: picious character Abby a negro who became offended I One lot of Key-tone my rna itua..1,4. 7g.
at remarks alleged have SJxfii. for n,.,i.
to been
the negro had ero-4>d into Alabama !I "All right, mum; if you say I'se Ellen Curry had in her possessiona i One lot of Carpet End Lugs, full rrtd.

the Florida deputies oil-Ted theirtrlcei de man, I reckon I'm him." gold watch belonging to Ora Dean, passed about her feline by the CM- : 1'j yards l'm?, for "i c.Mnith'i t I'111tvi'I.tu \
lins woman. Abuse of the email Axmiui'ter Hut with ,
to DtputylcClinly: and I Today when seen in his solitarycell another colored woman. The Curry manufacturer's guarantee 2';'\7o. for IMrMa )4 I
animal caused Ella Ashby to "lit in" .., .
they all give cha*o;. They wereturpried he endeavored to deny he had woman said she held it as securityfor I I #2.15. PrAB d n
I the above but afterwardsaid and curse the Collins woman for I CHT.\I>S. ....... .tJUilltam I*
when had jrpukeu i board owed her by the Dean
they proceededa tto- it to$!.- tar .
a way above Flomaton by a he might have said them, andif woman. The latter denied that such everything in profanity's dictionary Elegant"ck ..f Lace and 1"\\1... (l.ttt. r roust I'
Curtain* at 15 cent I-** than The
i p
I it seemed. per ,; .Uft.
?hot being fired at them from ambuh. he did, was very scared when they wa the case; she had boarded with ular price. i ll"r..a.d:1 FI tI

:Soon: after, Lewi jumpedout were spoken.A II ")Ir",. Curry" but had paid her up The case in court today wa not I _

of the bushes and rau up the colored lawyer, in speaking of regularly: As soon as the Curry devoid of interest. The witness and I

railroad: track firing over his shouldver the crime, said this morning that I I I woman had seen the watch she defendant were kept under steady I Juljnouit tai''II.

..... the crime of such surveillance of the marshal to forestall ,
at the deputies while the latter was a revolting ,i i wanted it and on a pretense of keeping I

were pumping a leaden lUll towardshim. : nature that he would not defend :I it safe had placed it in her trunk. another "scrap" in the court ,I -

Thompson for ?JD< This opinion i* She started to leave this I room. The Ahby woman was fined
town
The excitement caused the I I I morning All kind of Farm VIRCINIA COLlECE

bullets) go wide of the mark. I held by a better class of negroes; allover I(I for Tampa but was stopped at the fi.: At Pro's lure at nearly c< .t
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--- to make room t I'"r 1)I 1l.lt '
Lewis hurt his foot wheu just approaching the city. I depot. new stock. tKtNaruii ....... ...... .
I Top of His Head Torn Off. 'n"ol." '0' a '.1. .
Pollard and was over- Xo head or tail could be obtained Raleigh N. C.. Aug. :23.; -A white! ,.w "IUI4",.. .. a
JUST LOOK AT HER. I from trI.Northern Wiwi.t I kRIPtt ,.. Kf.s ".
takvu. He was walked back to the I II from the testimony given today and man. Cabman, named Wheeler, on the! II'Ull'r1J"wa.I. IM'.JI1.IIlY tar rag.ta 'rIat.ll.rldt. '.
Whence came that sprightly step Seaboard Air Line between Portsmouth to...." .ad .tot.'t.
Florida hue and delivered to Deputy a continuance of the case was ordered a .....,..10.. 4I4Yu I _,
faultless skin, rich,rosy complexion, and Raleigh was horribly mangledand Garden hose at the Willis t IttC jl'OI, >l1..
lirewton. Mr. Hrewton had the negro : smiling face" She looks goods, feels until tomorrow. killed by striking the bridge of j, Hardware Co's.mattre. t.t.bq!l' \11 r .,.II rLAKEVIEW

taken before Justice Stilly and ;good. Here's here secret. She uses ---- the Southern railway across the Seaboard I 1 1 _

he was committed t*> jilt on a chargeof Dr. Kings New Life Pills. Resultall NOTICE Air Line's track at Franklin j I.i ->*f') for ti I e
organs active, digestion good, no The Pensacola Greenhouse will The upper part of his head was torn The lest t price evr sold here.
be '
carrying concealed weapon* He off. I|i O. M. Pryor OAIR
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headaches, no chance for "blues. closed foroue week beginning Aug. .
was brought to PenacoLi last: night Try them yourself. Only ::,c. at W. 27, on account of absence, from the :
When he satisfies, the to RATHBONE Save Aloney by buying
1 penalty A. D'AIemberte's. city. VIOLETTE MORENO. SISTERS. l furniture I'lloM H
I your -
be exacted in this state for this offene -
The man who owns his own home at Marston
$ Quina's
he will be turned over to Ala. ; ATTENTION ESCAMBIA RIFLES. A regular meeting of Magnolia I
ofi tI
insures himself against lots Temple No. 4, Rathbone testers, will Great Furniture Empo I(I Get Our Summer Pnu,
bama ofllcers, who have preferred a trouble and worry. Nobody can You are hereby ordered to report be held Wednesday night,August 27, rium. .
number of charges against: him. raise: his rent, and the rent day has I at armory hall on Tuesday, August at 7:30 o'clock at the K. of P. hall. I Best Milk In the t i.
26,1902, at 7 o'clock p. m., In fatigue Inflations will take -- .-.---
place. A full
no terrors for him. It's easy to owna I uniform and leggings.; tendance especially at- C'llIiW N1'ICEs4.EITRER Our t"t-ck have rri, t I
this
Foley'a Kidney Cure 13 a medicine home now-a-days. ThOS. C. Annual muster and inspection by date being the Temple's requested first ,anni- i,! N the upt.IDDWQ. Hrl.t. tart ,
free from poisons, and will cure any Watson & Co. can teilyou how adjutant-general. versary. Refreshments will be !!, dd t nor undcrinn wall boo r.- 1 Wft MII.. 01 (HI- I.IPrk
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