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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 28, 1902
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STRIKING MINERSARE LEAGUE OFMUNICIPALITIES j GOV. JELKS' DIVIDED HIS TIME







IN UGLY MOOD ;'!I MAJORITY:,' BETWEEN GUN AND PEN




---- -- FIFTH ANNUAL CONVENTION HELD LATER RETURNS SHOW HE CAINS ;



Situation Serious In Panther Creek AT CRAND RAPIDS, MICH. I AS VOTES ARE COUNTED.' I II I Escape Convict Sends Message For




Valley. Special to The Daily News. j Special to The Daily N(#\s: i Publication.Special .

Grand Rapid, Mich., Aug. 27.-To ,, Birmingham. '- Ala., Aug. 27.-The ''I

I the horse snails have I fled to change the
hundred delegates were present at ---- -- -
Democratic primary in Alabama, except
I I opening session today of the fifth I
.il!y' News. to add a few thousand to Governor to The Dally News.
annual ('ent entinn of the American I
Jelks' majority. It Is now un-
j Aug :*..-The ta-t League of Municipalities in the furnilur. notwithstanding Butte, 'L\at., Aug. :..-With O1iCN'
THE CUBAN quebt.onably past the 15.000 mark MURDER'MYSTERIES
n..ni.-ra: in the l'au .. fxpoaition' building. An address the vote was exceedingly: ol: the btate lenittntiary up m hs:

.ti.. in a M-ry ub'.v:: trail assisted by bloodhounds, convi'-t I
tit welt ume by Mayor Palmer, of GarndKapido. light the indications being thai it
today when Sl'\. I I I Ttm O'UrHth..> last: Friday ma i 1.a 1.
uprned the morning session. will not reach t5J/II. I I
>: t..ealky lint.- FINANCESSpecial daring escape from the tate Ers::
I This \vaa followed by an address by There are more than 1SO.OOO registered I
.. i.i.-; place to Sum on. has sent a communication to Th
I'rcsultnt Charles S. Ashley mayorof voters in Alabama. 19,000 of I
y;I. 11 down and the to The Daily News. and : Miner, pleading! for a public stat. I I
the poll tax,
which failed to pay
; .. iobably doimi New Bedford MaB. ( ment of his alleged crime and vowing
vas- 27.-Fiftt'-n
N'r w York. Aug. million thereby disqualified themselves Of' Special to The \es.
from bang tae Mr. Ashley said that most of the discussion the death of under Sheriff Dave Morgan .
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dollars are estimated as the Cubangovernment's had been given to the subject tie remainder some 3ti.0Ot are RepuU'cans. I' lu-atimont.: Tex.. Aug. "7.:-it tmt
!. where they are who alleged perjured testimony
i jur expenditure in the national
Democratic vote
: of administration by tin The full that Beaumont I is to pass through: "am
municipal I
ai.Moril and Summit the convict declares, him to p.ris
.J budget, which will be presented: members of the league and they hal is, therefore, auout llO.Ooo. and it.th..refMe sent other series of L-uriier: mysteries .limb! \
and wrecked his home.
to congress next month and the national appears that at least one in on tar to that which caused w much ev
been the of provoking concentrated -
outwitted! the btrlk.! cause The document received by The
!'atilt! income Is placed, rabies the voters failed to
three qualified 'ih'm'r.t'pral months when
every ( ago
attention to the question of municipal .
\ taking two companies Miner bears the postmark of Anaconda.
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Havana correspondent of The Herald
counties not more
vote. In many the or six bodica were taken from

t. S'imtr.St Hill, an hourw at flS., WlOflO the same as during the ownership. than half the vote was polled. The writer dates his communication the river in a short space of time.
,Tied. In Lana-; Continuing on this topic he said: from a mountain: in the surrounding -
: exi This I
provides a
military occupation. the in
Under the rules ot primary Sunday the body of a white mtinwas
"Home rule for cities.o depeadency -
II ll:; .! Coaldale the d'!- hills of Anaconda and says
tu of $3.Mi.Oftfl.Confidence thin
surplus
I the event that there was more found floating in tt.ep'h,11 rlv.
feat of the city upon the state. Each that he his behind rock:,
>:err that were Is steadily increasing In andnone wrote story a
two candidates for a nomination er, about half a mile below the drawbridge
be law unto itself
municipality should a
> order and his time between his Winchester
in to i I-n. President Palma's abilty to with of dividing
cope We of them received a majority of the Kansas Cty Southern
.. .n m -n we're greeted: The Mil upon purely local grounds. with and his )len. The communication -
the situation. senate providIri all of the votes cast the man railroad and about noon yt-otordar

t '.- "f strikers who hoot ; for a national! loan of $35.000.000.: should have a right to own and con the mallest vote must fall out and the Is a literary freak and there is the second body was found In the

cdl1': (\ tl.im names. At which went to the house of rep rPSen- trol ihe public utilities. of the leaders must make the race again IL no question as to its authenticity, same vicinity.! The floater found yes

r *TS. were I'lmpdlt'il tati\ps two weeks ago, is still in the "Competition in the products another primary. .t appears from I as the handwriting has b<.i fully tt'rda:19, l.urieJ without IdenUfi

tJ.e t.an and forte the hands of the house committee.The public service corporations. too often the returns that there has been no I Identified by the warden of the peni- cation but from appearances\ | ItII at
will followand
Hk from the tra K>. In means that consolidation tertiary End others acquainted with ..
favor for .
sugar!: planters strongly allthl' nomination in the contests secretary the body of a Mexican laborer >
the consumer eventually i ays criminal. O'Brien'e declared object .
4 i :MI*4 of women joined in the $jMOltlInln( in aid of agriculture of state, attorney general and su1iatendent the tween 30 and 4fl yens of 81;<". TJu

t'uar
"- demanded will be for beyond the fair
whetheri O'Brien gent for rubbery lu
not say salar'es to the army. Membersof m er. as only a governor, lieutenant was up among some bushes and logs In such
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,. capacity of the debtor to pay. 1001.
i enforcements.STRIKE the dishamlcti army on the contrary "Regulated monopoly through the governor, treasurer, auditor and commissioner a way as to make it necessary to tow

-- -- support the larger loan but ar? of agriculture have been it up the river a short distant before
of is farce
instrumentality the state a
i I lukewarm concerning the smaller. fl and practically amounts to legalized chosen the latter three having no op- KILLED IN it was removed. ThHe'U a

I Is generally believed that the interest pcsition.! slight wound ovir the left cy ThlJ
bunco. It is true that an individualor I
and principal of the small loin Dr. R. M. Cunningham of this county wound might have been cauboj by a
a firm is entitled to only what U I I AUTO ACCIDENT
THREATENEDThe could be tajten care of under present cas been elected lieutenant governor small caliber bullet.
fair a6 a return on a business
conditions, hut that the payment of ment it is equally true that in\'en'l I over Hon. Charles Waller, of I! The body of the man found Sun.

the larger loan would require an a<1diMonal porations which exist by the !licenceof ,I Ui'e by a m2.j'lrityapparently a littli : i day was exhumed this morning and

\ r n'nlleto be raised probably : I I I -- less than that of Governor Jelks. 'Sl'r.cfal to The Daily News. I examined by two men who idtr.tlfl.M
the state and are the creatures entirely
San- by a stamp tax. of the law have no inherent I Hons. J. Craim Smith, Tom I.. S.). Long Branch. Aug. 27- rwo were It as that of Jim Bro
right to receive more than what Is well and Robert R. Pool received prac. killed and three injured in an automobile lish brick lap. It Is prwiiraMBroderick

LEAVE tically! all of the votes that were cast aecid.-nt at the Park avenuebridge attempt to walk across
right
APACHES and just."flreat
way aysonfrnnt for treasurer auditor and commissioner over the New York and Long and fell from the bridge while Ir.tiv
public>> utility monopolies are
of sericulture, respectively.The Branch railroad tracks yesterday. In icated Absolute mystery surround
and learned in
fertile I
"0 in resources
mem-
RESERVATION election was a great disappointment trying to avoid running down a man the death of the :\Iexlfan.'ho p. lady
'. .: Railway trickeryThe state In its wisdom I
to Governor Johnston and his Frank J. Matthews president of was found yesterday.
created its boards and bureaus to restrict
i- in waef-s: I I
!nend?. They confidently expecUdsmcfss Realty Trust company, of Jersey City.I
: regulate and control.
I t'onal outlay
and were sanguine about had lost control of his machine and it
fur wages: by Special to Tht: Daily News: "I do not urge municipal ownershipa i TRAIN WRECKERS
counties in the state, includingJelftrson
',f the ; plunged against the railing, broke
't', or the I t'r. Ariz.u 27.-For a club to exterminate, but ratheras j
Phenix. some Mobile, would them
and give
through and dropped to the rails 35feet ,,
'h will eclip=e months past Apache Indians have a means to a remedy and a solution large majorities.A below ARRESTED

\ ."11" strikes ij- slon leave thert'sl'r'ation I charge: no corruption upon I
.teen 't'C'urinj't'rll1l to
A \ ) satisfactory legislature anpars :\Matthews!! wa Instantly killed ,
rat,in of the the agents of the state; the fault is
and have been fathering
to have been chosen which is the heavy machine falling him. ---
I 1"!'4. In the systems; they are not by tha upon
l i. u in Fort I
at the abandoned McConnell- i es-ppcially desirable! it this time, in- Mrs. J. H. Cobb, of Richmond. Va..
a ::> h ha\ been ervation until there about tenor of their appointment! subject 'o Special! to The Daily N. wTocoiti -:
now are anllc.1J as: the existing statute will of
one his guests; died later at tho
t t. )ot. for.tj.1d. ai" 300 there. to any control of the city; they come the Pa' Aup "7. >'I,..riff n"'TI
I ha\v to be adjusted to new constitution Monmouth Memorial hospital.Mrs. .

-> |per i. i.t in The settlers! in the vicinity are complainine In daily contact with the companiesand and miu-h important gtr.pnlIt : Louis Piz/ini. her slstttr.lnlaw! :Moss, of Ol'nnpf county, South 'al'l-

i of their; melon their! representatives and they lIna. has In C'IIHP.lyf'ral partlft
trespassing (In gislation i is In contemplation. The is believed to be djing.Rev. .

--- and grain Hells) and their threatening learn to think as their visitors think: new assembly favorable! to the reflection Father Grant of the Paulist who he positively asserts wrecked th .

: languaf''Iwn driven out Settlers they lose their identity as citizens Southern fast mall 3.1 a; MarMi.! $: I.Inlt. .
of General EdmundV.: Pet-
tKING: LINEMEN church, Nw York, suffers from shock
hate petitioned the governor to themselves!" and have come to rega-d the! to theft>nall', which! is in accordanie and bruises. between Torcoa and Westminster,

aid in securing; their return to the reservation the people's voice as too brazfn and with the wishes of the people Monday rcrrnlng.
The chauffeur
Rudolph Meyers, escaped
CUT WIRES fear tmutde. Delegations out of tuneBLOW Ever sine* the traln! was ditched
as they I r>f the s-tate. It i is also in entire bar- with slight injuries as he I leaped
waited on th.io"C'rnor saving Sheriff! MOPS, aided by s'-vwal Southern -
/; with the policies of Governor
moray to the bridge Just as the machineI
they were peaceful and only wanted I ON HEAD 1''Itlk- | plunged over the side. railway detectives has l....-n Itlln! <

the privilege; of living there, "hi"hthf' his utmost endeavor to .II.rphf'nd; thc
Democratic!
All of the congressmen
..ly! NV.v.-: j Mr. Matthews ta.l been summering
}' believed from force former understanding I Isere renorainated, theo; being a contest I at AllcnhursL Today he called at wrorkprs He has made "frral ir-

A .K J7A: gang of they were t-uWK-d! to do. CAUSED DEATHSpecial In only! one district the first In ''the Hathaway Inn and took the twoladies rests and asserts most positUely: that:
.t iil r.iii. played: havoc
> he has the rtht: men
which former Congressman Willis Father Grant for !
i and a trip
If the Cumberland! T -
Among the raiLs nm Med are two
Brewer contested for RepresentativeThompson's I i along the coast. They had gone but
> TtU time they HEAVY RAINS I II young men l by the name of H-.ward,
to The Daily News. seat and lost. a short distance when the accident I
roar of the city, ('u'- II I who it Is said. were seen on Sunday
Louisville, Ga., Aug. 27.-As a re took place
i amber ot long! > I I night in the nHKhborh.-md! of the l FLOOD TOWNSSpecial suit of a street encounter here betweenJ. : William H. Havens, a gardener, was
NVw Orleans off
'it.g; I PRESIDENT MITCHELL tlon of the week The ')Pleeratwirl.
< anon; with a number J. Keith and Deputy Sheriff J. A crossing the bridge/; which spans the
I Iv followed f>n their trail null they
Newsora, Keith Is dead and Newsomis railroad track and was close to tits
were captured.
in the hands of the sheriff. I RETICENT I end from which the automobile was
i rotation\ the ccmrar.vc to The Daily News. It is sail that ore of the parti"*
The parties were door neighbors; and approaching.There !Is an up grade and
>t its lines! up again.ro I arrested has mad a cor.f-HMiion Implyrating
Florence. Colo! Aug. :!7.-Dnt of the difficulty teems to have risen over I the power of the machine was turned:
are no new doeloptrke I four other men, but thlt ;QUI t
the h*a\'iest rains! that has C'f'r"Is.- a chicken of X 'osom'hkh was I on full to reach the bridge havens I
.- : and there is no Special to The Daily News. not be confirmed
.. ited the Arkansas valley fell here habitually coming Into Keith's! garden: was directly in front of it. Mr. Matthews
f fttlemr.t.OWERS .
> Those under arr M are lUr'T Lo ,
last night and great damage is reported. The fight took place in front of the Wilkesbarre. Ta. Aug 27.-Presi- was at the lever and swervedto

-- :Many houses on the lowlandswere courthouse and no one heard the words ''dpnt1 jtrh H. of the t'nltedline I II avoid him, and in aa. Instant the I John Howard and Thorn 1I1)'A'arll.

OFdMONT flooded. At Canyon City the passed between the two men. The j Workers, said today that he had 1)0.,' heavy machine crashed against the It Is exacted that other arrest

streets were covered with several first seen of it was the two together j I comment to make on the meeting of I railing and plunged over the bridge will b" made.

Inches of water. The damage to the on the !!round. They were separatedand : I the coal operators who met at the office with four of its occupant TI.II chauffeur For User !".IJIJ Yr.rMB" .

OIL FIELDSI fruit crop in this country Is very Keith went home with a sett-n- of J. P. ;Morgan In New York. Jumped and escaped. Mrs.
Cobb'i Wl. "U>W'1I HoOTHIkU HTKfP tlM
ht 3fY.MACHINISTS'. wound on one side of his Lead. N' yesterday.A lane! number of men Mrs. Pizzini and Father
been ucd for over.i.ty yortby mlllioBtof
one thought!: of it terminating as seriously are reported to have gone to work I clE'.aof the machine Mr. Matthews mothers for their children _bU. t<-.thio(.

I I News. as it has. today in the Dorrence colliery of the !f I fell under It, his death being! Instantaneous : with perlect.ucc..<.. U ..ootb. tb* child,

Tx AUK 27 George A. STRIKE Keith was about foil years of age Lehigh Valley Coal company. At the 1'HeDI tbe IInm'aUa kit p ioeurn wiod

I and was a prominent merchant of tblpla'I > office of the company it was said that i I II [ Colic and II the btott remedy tat iHnrrbo-
f
> the oil field, gavei.
.. >. an increased number of applicationsfor i. It will rt-lleve the poor little iorr lomediattily. '
..er.t in which he DECLARED OFF '
says: I WILCOX CASE .
nf N, wom Is a young man about 3C work were being dally received. I' Hold bytlrnggbl.IaYveryp.re
r.s the oil field
are bottle
of the "(Kid. Twenty-ave cents a
of and has lived in Lou I
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years ape
. : txreu.e. The gas is He sure you sea fur "M n.Wlatlo'i Hooth-

' I' the! lUes" of the op- ',Special to The Daily News ville for a number of years. NEGROES CARRIED I I BEING ARGUED lag byrup, ,"and Uk DO otbr klod.Dr. .

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.*' >ver one hundred are> I I
Galveston, Tex." Auj. 27. t'nrral Quality l what price If
iil> and danger of total i LeydtY.at Been Deposed.

rify! feared as a reet Manager Nixon, of the Gulf Coloradoand Burnett's Vanilla Extract was uo better TO THE PEN London Aug. 27 -In a dispatch trots
, Santa Fe. states that the strikeof to The News.
would Special Daily
'' than other extracts its price
ntart" I I The Hague, & correspondent of The

the machinists In the company's be the same. Once tried, always j i iI i Raleigh: Aug. '27.-la argultg the Dally: Mall floret In. Leyds, wkj
shops at Cleburna and other points
S k. Into lour shoes used. I Wilcox case before the supreme court was the European reprei"cUtifft of ,
Special to The News
has been declared off. About 700 Daily : ,
1 't-Kae, a powder. It I his attorneys E. F. Ayslett and W. M. the fon*r Trtcrial republic, tw
men were Involved. at almost cost for the ; Raleigh, Aug. <:The Joe
smarting, uervous feet negroes Bond, took the bold ground that thereto beP'dt'pollfld berauae I* refused to
60 make
F Furniture !next Cole, Sr.. Joe Cole Jr.. and Robert
anew no evidence that Nellie Cropsey account for & large tvm of moaey <
win I nails, and instantly CONCERT AND DANCE AT room for stock. I I
Ferguson held on the charge of murdering
-. outot O. M. Pryor. was murdered and that if she wunnrdered mInng! from the Doer ichwjutr., s
iiX corns and bun- MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY Roadmtster Stevers were this
there Ii no evidence to showWilcox
El.u greatet comfort dist XIO HT. TRAINS AT 8, 8:30 AND Grass Shears that will cut afternoon brought her from the Her- was her murderer CONSUMPTION THREATCNFO. '

r. the age. Allen's Foot- 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT close at the Willis Hardware : den a jail and placed la the pentea- I I "I was troubled with a hackle

.e* tuht or new shoes feel tiry for safe keeping.
: 11:50. TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT cough for a year and I thought I had 1

.- a certain for I Go's.CONCERT. NOTICE.The
cure
sweat- "
DEPOT -- ---- T-has consumption, says C. L'nger, 211 1
'i. and hot, tired, -- ---- DANCE AT MEAT & a marvelous
, aching AND Kt. C
Maple Champaign, III.I tried
.' for the Pen?acjla Greenhouse will be

4' T..:' It to-
5- ,.:id hoe! store. Don't a $ M. Pryor's Furniture NIGHT. TRAINS AT 8,8:30 AND pleasant to take, it helps assimilation -l 27, on account of abseDcepfrom the the care of physicians for several

'uh=tltutE' By mail for Htore. LAST TRAIN RETURN AT cf food. Bold by months. I used
Trial 9. VIOLETTE MORESD. one bottle of Foley'eHoney
package
: > FREE. DANNHEIriSER BnO'. city.

11 .*. Oloted, LeRoy, Try THE NEWS Want column ; Itwill 11:53. TICKETS 23 CENTS, AT 1 I. and Tar. It cured ine and I

day yoi:. DEPOT Try THE NEWS Want Column. Try the NEWS Want Column. J hare not; been troubled siace..r ."

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. AUGUST 28,1902.

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I ACT OF LYNCHERS APPROVED ICoroner's I I GOLD DUST. I Requisition Is Honored.- \
LEG CUT OFF" WHILE HE SLEPT. Boston Mass.. Aug. :::i-ovt ncf

I I Trace has honored the requisition for i
Jury Finds that Killing Was Train Passing Over Negro's Limb DiJ i "Let the GOLD DIST tins do your work.* Julian A. Foster the negro wanted

' ) QFfiE l4 N Justifiable. Not Awaken Him. I by the authorises: of South Carolina! ;
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Charlotte N. C., Aug. 27; -The core 1 Ioner's I ,
Brunswick. Ga., Aug. 26.lemson ''aged with the murder of Lewis '
jury in the case of Tom Jones
I Wallace, a negro, was found asleep \\ hit '. i
King I of alt Bottled leers" Brewed from Bohemian Hops. ; the negro ,who assaulted and fatally ( a negro at Newmarket. Green-
YWH.Rl.: j near tie Brunswick and Birmingha'n w. d cornty. South Carolina: and
SOLD E VEa injured MM. Will Smith and who was
railroad! track at an early hour this rt ft'rnoriI'Swt't'r.f'V: has Un !.
not
. lynched Monday has approved the act : rrj l
morning with one of his legs entirely fie i! Foster is now under arrest at :
of the lynchers. I \
!I severed from his body. Clinton. He will! he taken back 19 i
Jones was arrested by officers and as
A PICNIC. Just how the accident occurred is o Dos South Carolina i
al! soon as the officer
I they were conveying him to jail a I
BEST FOR THE'DOWELS I mob of about SO men with blackened I not known. as there were no witnesses I 0 0 ft ,>m that state come for him with the! :
These
picnic days, thse <
picnic
days they and the man was unable himself to warrant. The first sent hereI
I i papers
fill us with drlight fares, after shooting one of his custodians
A-getting 'fore I say but it is generally thought that I I for Foster were not properly made i
up sunrise packing lunch took the negro into the woods, ,
'(ur" morning light. bound him to a log and fired a volley I he was intoxicated and went asleepon out and had to be sent Lack as they
Then Uiarding bounding trolley, getting a lumber pile only a few feet from
could not b honored.
<
h-s' ty m T*m-nt or the cadght In morning rain, of bullets into his body. The first; Don't use soap for your ceanin: :
r s U Keep lour the track his leg
stretching across
.it H *ho Kcf vio While soon the hot sun blazes out to siz- volley failed to kill him and a secondwas ; ,'I
I.... Tne oiuonttrCANDY zle us a aln. the track, and that a Brunswick and Prominent Divine Dead.
Episcopal
"I hrr4ing the busts necessary. Ii DUST
GOLD
'1 i
Alighting at the I i
tramp the rest wrong of place joyous He made a full confession of his Birmingham passenger train ran overit. : ; New York Aug. 1'!i.Rt'Th.mu

We're chased by bull to way.picnic place, prepare I guilt before he was killed by the mob! ; None of the train crew saw the :I, is more convenient cheaper and better than Soar Oallaudit D.D., a Protestant Episcopal

CATHARTIC to sinml the day I nt'gro'ht'n the train passed and di.l i at any pnl e. It softens: bard water. lessens labor I II clergymen, who was noted for hl.
And as we make ourselves at home. Of I not know the accident tad occurred and injures nothing.[ I I
work deaf
t Postmasters and Politics. I.I among mutes died at hia
cours. as jou surmise
until he
was found.
We find the mustard's spilt o'er lunch Washington. Aug. 27.-The part I Made only ty THE K K FA'REANK COMPANY. :home in this city taJay. He 'U

and that we've squashed the pies. which postal employes are to be permitted When the man was found he was :' Chicago. New York, Boston. St. Lows born at Hartford, Conn., in lQ:::!:!.
J fat asleep with the leg cut off as if I'I
Makers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP.
take in !
to a political campaignis :
how
These picnic days these picnic days with I
an ax.! and the accident evidently I
they appeal to us outlined in the following instructions Not For Whisky Trust

When KtntUpoison ivy starts right In to which Postmaster General did not awaken him from his I! CONCERT AND DANCE AT Peoria Ill., Aug. ;:7.-I"'Orta's two
I ruse a fuss; slumber. He was taken to his home
We view In happy pleasure too the inserts' Paine has addressed to a postmasterwho I.; MAGNOLIA ")o' THURSDAY monster independent dit-tilUriVe art
and the
wound dressed. He I !
T ''EM LIKE CANDY crawling clan I sent a Utter of inquiry: "Re- was re I not for sale, and will not he absorbed
:\ TRAINS AT b:30 AND
S.
I. j.l. f\toGnol1. cclved ether :
no injury about the body I IWHT.
., .1""i rents Make pear) .explorations there. throughout I I plying to your letter you are informed iiy the recently orbanfted ..hikrtru"t.
LAST TRAIN RETURNS
19.
'1 sot buoklrt C.D thIP cream can.llups ,
1-3 that you are not prohibited
& man'hii g. countermarching In ahnucry PHILANTHROPIST DEAD. 11:50. TICKETS 25 "CENTS, AT1 1 "1I1 (fDy rail from Window.
lilt brigade.Forag from joining: a political club, nor making
YOURr BL000.tCLEAN DEPOT. New 1I'alur.Ia.., .lug. 2fi.-CharHe .
death
: j 's un our lunches meEting voluntary financial contributions .
IF 1'1 b'I'mola.'. Assistid Many Educational Institu Shult'r farmed!> of Louisville, fell
onside of a government office or ;
'TIs in. Tate jolly picnic and cur feelings tions, Especially In the South. I You can get your house from window to the silt-walk a distance
o building, nor from acting as a delegateto
''o'd0d6N1A -iioml catch and : Ithaca :\. Y., Aug. 2f.-John C. Stowell ish Pfl at Mar- of ,:; f...'t rftiiii; : srriiius :Inj'1'1 .
FO00014 Wb n : .rm.-rs' boys Johnny a rOllrt) staU- or congressional! fll/'n complete
th"} duck! him In the pond. : pircbablj the oldest man in active w'nch! t. .011..i' ill l-.is decal
.
convention. You should) not however : !ston # Quina's on easy payments -
business in Tompkins c-ounty, is last night Thi "T'aln'HI' takesto

: h You HaveRheumatism These picnic days, these picnic days it la ,i serve as a Chairman of a state or dead at his home at the age of S'j I weekly monthly.. I Tullmaa Aa for M-ti-niunt:
with '
happy ele county; committee, nor take active partin
We iluiilxr after Will -nhen we fn.l : years. Since 1S15: lie Lad l been engaged -
( conducting a political! conventionor
i !.. .- ilimlit-d a trtnAnd -, lu the wholesale grocery tradein
make jourself unduly prominent in :
r him from some crack-
a w M-p-irate
; ins 1"1",*bough political matters." i this city. '
And t(..>r mr clothes and Imrk our shin. any iI I He was one of the original directorsof TRY TUD NtW) WANT COLUMN !

IY P'" \)." slant a joy we vow the First National !bank of this city,
And ns n" get together In a tired sleepy President "Happy on the Way. : !
was Its'i'e president and was (lire -
the print tested and tock Augusta Me.. Aug. 27,-Perfect
URICSOL rn.t"r5t'd fahfurnut And straggle: to the car 1nthln we weather continued today favoring the I, tor, vice president and principal owner i -
luuiMy will cure never. never Knock; I of the Trinity Rice company in Texas. i
.ires Liver Kidney aud We're too worn out for anger and we president i on his tour of New Eng TIME TABLE.
:L '+. Caused by an en-ess of cannot but be meek. land this! morning when hear : He financially assisted many educational
u'rer tails: and builds up 1 institutions, especially In the
1 nrergth "hlleIInl(it. Cut you never saw such pessimists he said he had pasted a trehin'; LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROADIN .
.
the rest week.Baltimore I
of
l,. bo.o\ ( wonderful cer- throughout south.
r
Herald. night and showed no evidence of fa EFFECT UKCEMBKK 1. 1VUI
bottle. For file
1'e.: |1 pr
II druixKint ran not I from yesterday's severe strain.Early I
your tigue ; '
II .
SHU 11(" IZmlfd.r.IgjrsLverybody New Orleans and Mobile.
It will be dent prepaid upon I in the forenoon he was taken' _
-
-
pr.cv A C IrtJ size of i dislikes a miser ,
trial
TEN ijcv
CENTS1LI.
for a drive about the city and shown i because of his meanness.Iiigjrs So.S.0.4.. i So.!. No.1. I 1'10,1 1'10,1.
::1 l Chemical Co., Los Angeles.Cal II Ely's Cream Balm ; enough to convince the beauties of the scenery along the I 1:15 a 1215m 11:05 pi l LeavIIPenlacolaArrlve 6:1\1 a i\1 p ':00 p
him because I
; -Yes and envies I 1\:511" :t1 p j 1:'I'! a I Lt'&ve.... FlomatonLeave Iasi a !:$) p 7:2 p
or the you that it is the greatest af' Kennebec river. He left here at 9:30 of his mODcf.-Cblcngo. 11:00 a 4:22p I I 2:5i a i Lf'ave._._ Mobile ... ..L..ave 12atn't, 11'15 0 Doe p

:",ar &, P.jnkin Drug Co., Atlanta 6a. 11 remedies for nasal catarrh or cold ia :' o'clock! for Bangor. ...__. !I:!:lp 110 a Leave ...Nr.- Orleans : Lt'aYe. soti p _7-tI_!'_ _

f Distributing Agents. the head. Full size 50 cents. All North.
Asthma Sufferers.
Relief for
I drug!:i-ts. We mail it. Washery Destroyed by Fire. Quick

tl1'1''1ti'1dK I i ELY: BKOS.; 5(! Warren Street" Ilazleton Pa., Aug. :27.-The Klondike Foley's Honey and Tar affords immediate No. 2. So. 4. So. I No. I.

I I I New York. washrry at Treskow, owned and relief to asthma sufferers in 11:05 pm 12:15 p m Leave.._ IJpn acols.....Arrlve 4:0n pm 501 a m
I 1J: Second Street, Albany, N. Y. ., the worst stages and if taken in time SUam t\iip: m Arrive-, Montgomery _1"8 11:15am ";""pm
I operated by Joseph Sea er, of this ll5s am P\M pm Arrl\'I'.lSlrm'agh..m ..I.l'avll tIJIj a m 4lJ6: p m
r 1 SUNDAY II Ies-r,;. ELY BIWS.-I suffered fire of will effect a cure. W. A. D'Alem- 7O5pm 3:10110 m Arrlve..._. a bnllil ......Ltlavll : ._
greatly with catarrh and tried ditfer- : place was destroyed by unknown berte, 121 H. Palafox.mm 1:10: a m 9:19 a m Arrive .... Loulhville ...I..ave PU pm'' 2:45 a m
I I eut remedies without eilect. After : origin today, causing a loss of 7oam IL511am Arrive.....l"lnclnnatl..I.pave ,:unpin 11A5pm

SLIM ASSOCIATION using one bottle of your Cream BalmI :, $7.imn. partly covered by insurance. 7::oem lappm. _.Erl l4t.l.oute.Lenve_ : :15pm a:r.6pm_ _

I found relief and I cannot praisetoo The wa>hory suspended operationswhen DISEASES PENsACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.No. .

-- highly such a remedy. I the strike began but resum dtwo 21-Daily No 8-0ally I !'o top where tints not shown So. 2-lIally No. !2-Dally
;0.118 UoK.Y WlLLAKU. weeks Strikers raided the ms Mate i

the fifth Sunday Sept. 27, b 9)! ago. 11:55 p m 1:1)0 a m ''Leave. ... Pensacola .....Arrive 10J pm 11:110 p m
mi plant and closed it on Tuesday of last tin meat Ut&l! of all 1lIi nigh 1:1:1" ..m bohemia ... 111:11" 11:011 "
.\-ucution a' pre- week and two attempt* to resume db.I 1 12211 1:11\ ...... \'me.lra. ....... IIIS4" I 11:01"
I eau. 1':5i:: 1:1 ..........,;8cambl.. ....... luN:! 11:51 "
'ijaiy committee '111,- I'Irol 1I..t.l.ln/ i this week were frustrated by the U'J5": 1::25" ... .._. 51ulat .......... 11/:8 f>:t5.
About ciinlitindrod and thirty strikers.The. 12:11I": 1-4": ... ..... Harp ..... ..... II/I" lItJ.
I' years UNH lURE ''M 120): 1:11- ......... GaltCity ......... 10:1 Dr7"
held at Hay's ago a Mrs. Montague who lived iu I m eve 12:51" 1:111": to _....... Milton .. ...... 11/:10" I ":!l1 "
iuthwe-st of Mc- I.oniKni introduced the fashion of "couvcrsalioii :Manllli else F..I.II... i liinitiil RiMd) I 1:0 a m ..... .. ...... ( ood tange _._ ... .:M "
t:M" 11:15": ........._ Ifolte .... '' PII6" I .:116"
,l1 uuday, Aug pal rtlct, which wereery i The little old man IMdltiliry hard !:M J" iUItJ" ..-.... MIlIlan ._.- IIlJ" '.11 .. j
cnjia!.le iiiiircd with the other bo staid the curbstone in 2::i9 8:51 j" .._._ .reUne.._._ 11:11" I 10" .
war Contain ..
ivy as or caon.7 r uncUd. : 8:111" .M" .._._11 eer Land ...__ !IM" I I 1K4
I I'arli.'si'l'n tlien. .\lUull? the men Twenty-third street. The passrrsbyluoktd by ami- 8:23" 10:111" _.... Moesy lI..ad 'm .' II'41' '. 1:1" "
ierby chair- wlio attenUcd these parties was a lieu- II at him curiously. Soave of them remedlu recognized a 4:0.1": a.15DemuniakiipringL.. 1':1'1" I.i' "
Hev.i lot ':11' IIU". ......... Argyle ....._ 1u" !:xl "
'-es by j-iniiii Stillitiirtlet-t, who wore blue i suiilfd. No one gave him a ticuuyPri&tiitly cent physicians at the but 41 11:61' ....l'onc" do Leon._ 1II": %:11.' '

ito< kiuijs. Soiuc t.f the wen thus uiiknauitil lie was seen to totter and troublu. IiOO 1':10'' .5 ..WPlitvll16...._ 1:17" 1:66"
and Bladder ..
,', i'! .- vie duty oft I Kl".nt1 1i:1J 111:1 .. ..._ ('aryvllle__ 1:1:1": 1:6 "
I l the partks "blues-toi-king then to fall. but he K' i>t on titl.l1iugI 11.1 1':10": ___._Lontfay......_ 4.65" 1'r7'.
t missionary!
clubs." Soon the paptTS were full of I jut the same, eic-n when lie lay proueuixm PRICE war.a4IIXtv. ) 61 l :t7.. .. ...... ._blplry .. .._ ":IIT" Lea "
: 6'j toad? by L. A. D'ALEMRERTE. II\IJ! 11\17" ...Cottoudale..__ aI9 co l2:>oi noes
: r'It-. talk about the dubs, and many bo- his back. A man helped him to i 7950! 11:5" ......... (arlanna ....._ ":411) 11:14'.
-, of missions hewed that the ladies who came worebluestocUims. : his feet lie never missed! a nut,. A I 1:11 lIi5" .'. ..... ._Cyprehs.- IIIH" 11:65 a m

.iiii A<.iciitiou; : by After awhile all studious : little boy who bad been regarding! bin: Try one of our celebrated, 1 1jO:;,}; '"' Lass 11:5:1' : noon c. ,. .......Urand.... I'Inpadl Ridge.. .._..._ "" "III:1Il to co Inf ut't"'

.:.d wilier;. ladies were called .luestuck- with keen 11Ih'rt'tH'Ut" up to him. II. c5' S. Felt Mattresses. ]I 8:15" 12:15" Arrlv4.R..p '')nctloo ...1 ".YIt 11:1" to IUII1"LA"W'DEPARTMENT

.tare, led by M. A. itms." and today iNtipIu often speakof Suddenly the bow hung poi-i-d and

borne learned woman as a "blue- tionics. The little old! man had 1 They never pack or grow

,$1'r dinntr.fl htc>cLliic." .\ man was really the orl!?. i run down. The boy oujlit him I for a lumpy. Jettetitan a hair :
order chair-
.I ,ti'xerci-es by by D. M. hull bliiebtocUin' se the term ought I quarter, litmt'ver. The u-tider, showed I mattress, at half the price. I -OKJ -

really to It- a'i| .lifd to learned men I him bow to start the fiddle up again .
II Marston c Qitina. !
i viable to nut a 1111.11.ld ,- and nut to wointii. and the two went off together, Lal'lIYlIl1tll'Ul1t'ntt.tl.Xew ohn B. Stetson University

of the Elini .\->- I York Press. I .

: .' J. A. Godwin amiS 1'IIIiKkl.. I The Beer Co Laud, Flc ricin.
The following tfiiui'Ie exercise will A Cure for Cholera Infantum. I

!t..l.l i tin-! committee re- a-siM! greatly iu tuumbtti; out the i "Last May," says )1 r;;. Curtis JOHN I'. FOKISKS. I'll. !>., l'reMtl'lIt.I.BElT .KAKUAII, IU H.. Hun

ti! t>ui|>l
toe utxt a--ociatiou? bylar until the tinkers:: touch at the tii>s. The I 1 TWO YKAliS' COURSE-Tbf Law IIt'parlmt'nto'Jobn I:. Metsou L'nlverblty II1'eI .
suffering
and others. hands should meet just over the Lead f.Ult child of our neighbor's was a t'lo'n-Yl'ar.' roursp. I l"ndini Ito: I he degree ol (.1.. B '
the best method oft from cholera iufautum. The I liKbKKK ADMITS: TU TilE KAK-Tbe lom..oftb..a..I..p"rtrnenloIJobn B.HU't'.on ,
a I. :
and the finders lightly his each other. i i11'5 ,
D6NNHDISSDR F6MOOSVICTORIA ij I'nh'.nltalnllt tn the Hnr.
ml..iouarIn. H. C. The chafes iould! lie held out sharply, I doctor had given up all hopes of re iI joT Itl'lUlt lN't'OK 'ATtu. --t or tbl! ...wAnnounceiin-nt oll Ir.-t.and all other de- {
,
i !L'r. elrrdlnformatiou regarding Iii Law Iit-purUnfnt.iiiUrem .
'
... 4.r-ervices, then recessI s-o as to give the anus full play nod : covery. I took a bottle of Chamber I ALBERT FA1UIAH, Dean of Law Department

fjien the lunss. Lift the arms, with lain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhu-a De Laud, Fla. }

.> I I in< by Itev. J.T. Fil- elbows protruding, as many times us Remedy to the hou-. telling them l
po..ible without actual fatisue. Tow that I felt sure it would do good if

'IIIIla)', the linger tips (ter the head as often tied IlrcordiniPodilection- two Tulane University of Louisiana. i
day?' time the child had fully recovered -
>iiiiJ I y ich.">l mameet- as the hands meet. In wild weatherpraetieo and is now ( nearly a year MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. 12'ow Orloaus. ,

.I I r..iwmat and titl.tr- this mar an open window or !since) a vigorous, healthy girl. I IlKSI 10-CKXT BOTTLE I5KKU '
:\li.--ionary !?ermou by iu a spuiimis room witb windows wide this frequently -
I have recommended : remedy IN TOWN.DANNHEISSER. EDWIN A. ALDERMAN LL.D. President.
II .1cA1tallyafter: which cipi'ti. if |<-,.->:lilo, fco as to be sure of and have never known it to ,

'., r tu1ouwill be taken ; good, pUle a.i. ,I fail in any single instance.: For BROS. rollCoar'e In Langnaiji's. Hciences.'Knglnffrlng. Law Medictno. Pharmacy Are I

!'i.i--r. I ,sale by all druggists and medicinedealers. seven Separate lvpartm>rat<. Sixtffn Kulldin (;s. KitcuiUe: Lihrarlcs, Laboratories i
,--:>i u;.:' and prayer !'eri. I h ._n_ AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED I II. and workshops. Splendid Departtnentfur Women In the Ne"" comb Collt'jtt. alin ';I
Tulane kPleadersInallvocatloits.! It. tucthttes for Instruction are untnrpaned
I A dost ot the --- -------- I I. f, Harper lisyey'> the outb. '::1 "- Instructors and:tudnnts last if mon. Many ncbolarkblpi 4'',
.1 i. J to order by chairmanri'ie : I'.ittor he I ore i i Gnh In',, rromlnlnu Yoanmter. In theacadrmtCd '"..rtlU"lIt oun to Louisiana (NPs. }:xprn4es of tcbolarblp ttudeolflidfur .1)
\,- < by W. U. OSJEJTER'S mettle will sharp Colonel James Cahin believes that Main House-101 H. Palafox street. ; session. Koardand lodging in dormtturt"y et low rate,. OpiKirtunlllHt Tordecl
-'I.llHIt.uU- bu-iue COUII'I; H rn the appcttlH I I I I academic ,tudPnt3f"rl nrlf-bclp. In the Academic Colleges. no tx.y, if pr.jpt-rly. prepared ;.I
CELEBRATED f tone up the be has u \ery fast trotter in the two-I R.R. Exchange: -Opp. Union Depot forcolle.:e work, will h. turned a '''v from iniiUility to pay tuition. Seat hellion be* .

.I :Ii. \ stomach and Hid year-old Colonel Mosby, which he purechased P. O. Box 2'1. Pen acola, Fla. I gins October Ui. Send for Catalogue. "
'riiully invited to attend dl ..Hlon. When Phones 116-268. Address. It. K. BKl'.. ..,H"cretarJ.
taken regularly I at the I'orbes farm sale at
1,1 "" .
D. M.MKKKITT.Chairman.. r. I :,' -: uill pOsitl\ely! !I Keadville last fall. The two colonels
ui -
( euro -
I | recently negotiated; a half in 120 to
Headache -WE WILL-<*
.', cart over a halt mile track. Colonel n :

,, Flatulency, I Mosby U by mn ('n. 2:fllJl. ont of La I

it wish the rery best "'-, f' I' ladigestioa.Pyspepsia.! John, by .\Ihertllj'r. second dam the
OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS ..
tm.freeerattlevery 'ff.-.V I great brood mare Sally Benton whose CLOSE OUT

price, the Williscare Constipation record: 2:17S4. was when made the "'i.

Co. can pleaseIt 5 a.d Malaria world's mark for four-year trotters. at and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of .. 11

I I SITTER A trial will IIi
---.Fall Goods -+-
convince ; :+
__ I you. I Il'afll" Cannot Ix Curedby
:
I
Needs a Tonic. local applications a, they cannot

when liver I There's lots of money be madein reach the diseased portion of the 2s doz Men's Laundriei Shirts, 69 pair Ladle Spring Heel Shores, Get your boys ready for school.

:'M'time Don't give your purgatives; real estate-lots of it. A real estate ear. There is only one way to cure regular fl, to close at ;5c. regular {1 goods, to close: quick at Sue I We carry a full line of Boys'Hults. ,

IelVltt'1Iltrer sign is usually a flnser-board to I pair. oS Boys 'Suits, regular price, fl.OO, ;
tid weaken. C. Watson & deafness, and that is by constitutional 27 doz Men's;: Colored Laundried to close at 7oc suit. 1
wealth. Thos.
.'. expel all poison i is caused 83 pair I Ladies' L ow.U' t Slipper, '
the leading; Real Estate firm remedies. Deafness shirts, regular I 75c, to close at iJoJf: 67 Brays Wool delta, regular price
-:,m a ud act a>;; tonic to i Co., ban intlamed condition of the mucous regular 1: 11.2-j goods, to close at (1.05
have some offers which it wouldbe i 57 doz Men's Colored Laundried $La0 and #1.75. to close at $l.I5 suit.
W. Scott. Nil Highland ,
worth your while to consider. Go : lining of the Eu"tachiaIiTube. Shirts regular 50c good, to clo e at pair. 120 Boys' All-Wool Suits, regular35c
"I have ,
1'n. } have
W'ttV'Little, ay Early: Risers I and see them to-day, and don't wait i I When this tube i is inflamed Imperfect you hearing ; these goods should go in 21 P 8 pair Men's Low Cut Shoes, Tdg- price |2 OfJ to $3.00, to close at 11.60

till to-morrow. a rumbling sound ular }1.50 goods, to close at #1.21) and |JXJ suit. ,
and hours
would
r several years and when it is entirely closed :
,
pair. We carry the largest line of Boys'Panta
---
WI' : out them." Small and -- -- Deafnes is the result, and unless: 20 doz Men's French Neck Kalbriz-

take. Purely vejfeuble. I Marston Quina have the inflammation can be taken out I !pan Undershirts at 20C regular 25c tit a carry the largest line of Boy carried by any house In the

r gripv or di,.tre!'*. Har- nice Dressers and and this tube restored to its normal goods. Shoes of any house in Peusacoill.city All of our Ladles' and Misses' .

'.acy Johu Sheppard, did some very condition, hearing will be destroyed I 30 doz Men's French Neck RalbrlBring your boys to us, we can fit drop-stitched 25c. hose, to close at '

Wash Stands very cheap. ( forever; nine cases out of ten are I gan Undershirts, at SOc, regular ioc, them in any size. 20c. pair.

Just the thing to go with caused by catarrh, which is nothing sold by others at 5oe. We have jut received a fall line 100 doz Misses' full seamless hose, :.

j but an inflamed condition of the All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts. We will to close at 60c dos, or 4 pair for 25c. i :

Iron Beds. 1 i surface! close at 75 cents. I close at 50c for your choice. Some 75 doz Men's Seamless half hose, '7 t
CASTOR We will give One Hundred Dollars : I of them are worth 11.50. I -;' 1I
lOo
If you want a nice present to giveto caused : 72 Pair Ladies' Spnn Heel Low regular goods! to close at 6c pair. ;
of Deafness ( by
the for any case 7 regular H We carry a full line of Skirts. We have received a full line r'
friend and look through to Just
for Infants and Children. I a go catarrh) that cannot be cured by'I Cut Slippers, 2-2 r
of suitable articles at i to close at"0c pair. I Look at our window di play. I of Ladies'Kid Gloves In all shades. 1
line cite goods
elegant for
: Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send 1 f,
Kind You Hays Always BoDgMi ; J. I. Stephens, you surely can find ''cular?; free.F. t .t

: eFoicy's something want anything to please in the Diamond\"oU. If line you Sold. J.by CHENEY Druggists Co."5c., Toledo 0. Remember, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we will have Room -


t i:.....-ura tCk! be sure to see him before you buy. 'it
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Refrigerators We have a F. E. BRKWNBR'S .
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Water coolers that do not ; :1.#.r1t :

Kidney-Cure waste ice, at the Willis \at few cost.left, Marston which we$will Quina.sell 103 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
cika kidneys and bladder right. 'I Hardware Co.'s. "




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! DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA THURSDAY AUGUST 28 1902

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; ] FERRY PASS Difficult is dyspepsia. DigestionThat nUNLAPJHATS f.t: Stron e s t t's in t the e 'W I olrl\'\",


MEN ON TRIALThe It makes life miserable.Its ....OPENING THURSDAY, AUG/'28. -
sufferers eat nut because they want to, The 42.1 Annual M..nir,
l 1
Ir h
XiUred at the Post Office at Fensacol, -but simply because they muit. Ending new-nil*, ,<,,, If)1 .,*"
a "'a., ltoeond-<:lau matter. t They know they are irritable and fretful; Newl Fall Styles I >1j tI

". OFFICE :-Pltl' Building SllJi South preliminary trial of Alford but they cannot be otherwise. ?
J'a1aIoz street cp-tt&lrt. They cot.plain of a bad taste In the I THE I [EOUITIBIE l [
and El=ter:nan, the alleged troublemakers j I mouth a tenderness at the pit of the stoma THE JOHN WHITE STORE.

THE NEWS PUBUSHUIC CO. i at Ferry Pass, was commenced ath, uneasy feeling of puffy fulness, 'I,

today. The men are ably ,a headache, heartburn and what not. I'I'I I !
LIFE[ ASSURANCE
. I Terms: Invariably in AdvanceO i i The effectual remedy, proved by permanent i: SHIRAS TALKS OF COAL STRIKE. [ wwn

I O.' Year by Mail --.$5 ala represented by counsel and will cures of thousands of severe cases isHood's I I TYPHOID FEVER ,
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.. ._ 50 -
/ XQntbl __ \I make a great legal fight: to get out of : Sarsaparilla i! Arbitration Logical Method of Settling I j Assets .... ... . '
Oft f,T."t,by Carrier. Payable Monday lj I "\
what they say is a "put up job." j HOOD l"L'L& are tLe brit eatLutl't.I Labor Troubles. Reserve and other ii .
TELEPHONE NO. 118.JEH8AOOLA Plttsburg. Aug. 27.-Justice Shra3. ...GERMS... i i ities. . . _
One of them is charged with a I '
of the United States supreme court !
wilful destruction of property belonging I who has just arrived In Pittsburt cannot remain in the system after 8urplnsfromwhii DI\ '

,Io 4 Fr while LAST NIGHT'SWEDDING vacation tha you have taken a dose of deeds are paidPaidtoPoliey.holdtr. _
to E. G. Creighton, from a long spent along I i

the affidavit against the other one is northern shores of Lake Superior refuses .

I I I RECORD to discuss his reported retirement 1,i 1901... .... .. . -
of several house the .a
the
burning ,
flEPATIGURAVhy
AUGUST 28.1902 frcn the bench further than W I New Insurance in l* !
"
I I property of Messrs. Kerry and I say that President Roosevelt would ]I Total Inaurance in f. r. I II If

be the first person to learn of it. and i Dec. 31, 1W1Notwithstanding.. . '
Creighton.A Rev. J.1..
; Dannelly performedtwo .:
PKESIIIKXT ROOSEVELT'S Boston: that he had not received the announre. 'i

peech did not cause any of the trust Ii good many witnesses are in the wedding ceremonies last night meat yet. Of the anthracite coal \ run the risk of having a I cial strength of the t'S.,.. ?'.' .. ., .,...

magnates to tremble in their 8ho s. city attending this trial. within the pace of an hour. strike. Justice Shlras aid : long spell of Fever when you i I greater security wt i,' _.

The cases against the two defendants The first couple made happy by "Arbitration is the logical methodof can make yourself absolutelysafe I holders thereby en;">" '' \I l r.,
THE old axiom that "talk isrht'ap" I settling labor troubles such as this: by taking a doe or two are LOW and (JUAIUN: 1--: '
were called this morning at 10 well :
this known and
popular preacher ter than
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given by or
which the ,
it a fallacy since the new one affects general prosperity of IIUl'ATIGTKA. It will I "

phonograph trust has been formed. o'clock before County Judge Me- I was Mr. George Hendricks and and comfort of a great sec cleanse your system of all

Cullagh. C. M. Coston appeared for I I Miss May Jennings, on North Davis tion of the country. The methol malarial poisons TYPHOID KXOWLES
and enforcement of this arbitration i* Bll h.,
(;ESERALLUKnWoL-ELEY; knows I
the defendants and C. B. Parkhill for I
I street. The young people are popular FEVER GERMS or any other
wnat he is talking; about when he a subject for the lawmakers of the .

says the American army is the best the state. I in Pensacola. nation, but arbitration: itself! Is losical.: old germ. Gf'neral11"

in the world. When the trial had proceeded but I Jas. Hancock and Miss Nellie There Is now one great difficulty I 309 S. Palafox St.. I'F\- \ i ,
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stamliisr in thp way of an arb'tration! I
a short ways, counsel for defendantsI Fitzgerald were the next two to be !
I Price. 50 Cents Per Bottle.For
law. : of the labor .
Many unions
l'41 <;KEMAxEi i Yof Minnesota 'I are
in will I I moved that his clients be discharged Imuri..d. This wedding occurred at II not incorporated "r.Ml thparf'. nnlaw I SANTA ROSA SURFBATHINC
says the republicans cotgress Sale h>' All Hrlllo:gists. :
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not attack: the trusts. Well, whoi.ud I on account of an allegation; that Mr. \ sI3 East Belmont street and, us ran be made binding. as no ron ; ESTABU; HMm
i tr.ift or asr mert coaM V onforrr.ithem I
they would Creigbtou (had abandoned the case. in the case of the other one was fol- : -
I upon while the orrrators on '1.:-" '
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THE c"al operators are silently I It was covered |that not one wit- I!i lowed by a bountiful supper. othrr hand couM he he M liable. !n- JEWELER/ IN HIS Fish chowder wiil!PrI '1.., .-

the of Commodore I ness had been summoned for the i 1'00J1oration of all labor unions is the Sunday evening. .
concurring in opinion can arrange: to h.iv,
Vanderbilt when he made I state and not one subpoena had been James Koston aad FrancesVhor- primary step toward the passage of NEW STAND I I other refreshmenttime .. "

,I'I'I I an arbitration: law. Both parties the ..k ,
the famous remark : 'Thepublic be issued for either side. This was a t.m. society leaders of the coloredrace during/ wt
I I trust ho rt'iionriWp fur tli\ carrying term :See; manjgetCHAS.
damned. ;; to the solicitor who were married on West Belmont out of 11. i
I surprise county an atr*'fm r.t and until they

_\n'uKI'I.v. to statistics compiledby fought the motion on grounds of law I ;street last: night. A good many i are there i# little hope cf possible: arbiiratiou I have moved my jewelry store to J I
of 1 tabor trouldf" 120 ,South P.ilaf'ix, formerly occupied -
tne Record-Herald, only 15 per i and justice, holding; up the fact that white people were in attendance. I by Ha* it Co., and am now I OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLES S
rental the people of Chicago attend I -- --- "- \
a dereliction of duty on both the JUST LOOK AT HER. Woman Strangled Herself.Beaamant. better prepared thin ever to give -
Wonder what the
church. percentage
I* in PfcUsacula I' sides of the sheriff and court were Whence: came that -pri/ntly step. i, T-x.. A us;. :27.-Miss L. great bargainsiu: diamonds, watche; Fine oysters today I I'Xi.

i I faultless Am, rich, complexion, V. Vogrl of Oalvrston. fommittoil sm-- jewelry, etc. Call and see me and .
---- -- j apparent, and that, in justice to the : roy i
THK l'ultfdtatt: >s letter carriers: smiling face' the looks goods, feels! I ride in a hotpl here by knotting a let me convince you. I .
state he would demand a continuance -
:
her
handkfrrhirp about
throat anl
ba\e a good friend in Representative i good. Here's here secret. the ue J. I. ;STEPHENS.:
of the matter until i gripping! it with both tands till she
a day con- I FINE STATIONERY.
Cromer cf Indiana. He will : Dr. King's New Life Pill". Ke-ult I
strangled to death. She
was well I
renew his light for a raise in their venient to the court. I all organs active, digestion good, no I connected and rame hfrp in an effort ALL WERE SAVED. I -

at the next session; of Tlia ; then headache, chance for "blue*." .
pay cases were adjourned until : uo to sell land C. V. Thompson.; \
some
congre8s'l) npar Galveston but "For years f suffered such untold ; I.

Till newpaui..h next Wednesday at 10 a. m. A.Try D'Alernberte'them your-(:*If.. Only .2;jc. at W. !I. failed to complete the df'31. misery from Hronchitu," writes J. ; Palafox street has ju-t .,

u, that our capital and enterprise! I H. Johnston, of Uroaghtou, Ga., I new supply of Linen a i !
Self Protectiondemands Leg Cut Off by Car Wheels.
would be greatly appreciated in I I "that often I was unable to work. I Papers, white, blue and w I. a
; that be on the alert to Macon. Ga. Aug.Lloyd Heath.
"' ..1I&in0 doubt they would capital you I HERRMANN 1 a nsrr> employp of the Central railroad Then, when everything else failed, I Envelopes to match. <>\f',' i
and dE-mand,1| see that you ;get Painkiller (PerryDavis' : wholly cured Dr. Kins's New also Foreign Mail Tabletvelnpes w .
enterprise are in i i shops had his right leg rut oS: was by !
I IUEM.KAL > when you ask fur it ; dome Di-covery for Con mriou. My wife to match. Ink PI
even in Honda. THE GREAT i by the v.hcel of a oar Ho was sir!
dealers will try and persuade to '! rutfered intensely from Asthma, till .
------ you
I ; tins under the rar eating his dinner.WIM Penholders, HIankbookietc. I I-
MII.K& is persuaded that i take something else, claimed to b" I I it cured her, and all our experience
: .
I ----- a train ]hUk"'J against the car. goes to show it i-* the beet Croup alwa011. hand.
be wants to inspect the army in the just as good ; insist upon getting Pau.- : and Heath was knockedn and hisieg medicine in the world." A trial will 1 Phone 2H.I : .
Tn! > hnu-e I II
Philippines ; now if enator-Hanna; killer the remedy which has b..eu ; opera Friday night will ,i rut off. Uc was taken to the c-onviuce you it's unrivaled for I,

toulJ only be: persuaded to command '! the world's family doctor for fill he fixed to its utu.M-t: capacity when ho;: jtal. hroat and(Lung diseases. Guaranteed ,

ait expedition to the pole, Moose-!j year? ; it never f.1it<> .top diarrl <''t, the w..ndei'ful pre-tidi.Mtau ur, Herr- : bottle Sw. and {1 tw. Trial' bottles See Pryorbefore. you Jl'
; free at W. A. D'Alt'tUb"'rtf" .
nit would have an eay time.tiECRI'fAnv i griping pains in the stomach or how minn the Great, gives his truly inarv Prominent Druggist Shot. :' low
Memphis T" en.. Aug. 27.-J. V".
e.=
dysentery, etc. Large bottle :!;
: > Don't drink anything iiui CAFE
: ot .1t.RiCUL1CRE >l..ueuteitainment.. The: art of.<: Soiiirer. a prominent druggist
and GO cents. was Everybody has a nj," t
WILSON l'rt'l.hct'that tLe big corn I i the pre
will lower the price of beef. I' T. A. Sawyer local loan agent Family /'/'. pure. All grocers ell it. JACOHY fight for it. They mil-- *
crop ENDING for it i* protean in its nature. Of the \
OF i| : affairs are said to have caused chance to get it. and
What has either demand ,
cropsupply or -
GllOCERV CO., Di-tribu-
THEDOG piogram offered by Herrmann thepresent the shooting Thos. C. Watson k Co.
to do with beef as long 1 .
paces : '. ,'
I have ,
tors. :'ULtf't some particul.i'
evertrick
-ea-ou, and it-I
a- the tru-t controls the market? DAYS i Many Injured In Trclley Accident. 'to otlerju-t now .> .

fusion is novel and mystifying, and i I Youngstown: 0.. .Aug 27.-In a For the next vou to come and iu\ I

".\ iiI EliTliT ln-ifiven Penacola." H presented to local theatregoersfor head-end collision at an early hour tmo t i C CUSt t 60 niture ia-tur-at (J. toO.You will never regret .
the iiuieiUnion and Citizen."doubt .
says I Thebuiou homele-s dugs will be the first time. It is positively a' this morning between electric oars on M. Pryor's to make room for new .- --
as to the purity of her arteian i the Youngstown and Sharon Elrrtrir stock.:
lifted Monday, the termination of I brand new entertainment -_ -- -- NOTICE TO C S CONSUMER
water. Once the beat of its I up-to-date, magical : railway l'et'e.1tpen persons are report.

kind "the purest and healthiest," itt the dog days. After that date, the more mysterious, more .>d injured several seriously. The ao.I Ball Bearing, keen, cut- _

much ea-ier to believe the scientist I animals: will be given more freedom i I puzzling: and more entertaining: than ;j I rident occurred between Hubbard and ting Lawn Mowers, at the rooms After of July the''' ;.Jl peiisicola the nlllciand(rah l >

is wrong than the water." ,I than: has beet in force for the past any other magical performance ever 1 Sharon. ]H\\"illis Hardware Co'. be Garden at Nos.street 2i and. 27 East itt >


A I'hNil-i in Miiippi has prepared five weeks. | /given in this city. It will create1 i iI Tilt SANTA WI"sna' \ C. F. Zr i i"Ijtf

a text-book on dental hygiene During this; period there have been i more wonderment, more talk and THE WEATHER H\THINi KSTAIU.IsMMKM M. .
and the dental association ha- i
state
nearly one hundred dogs killed and !'puzzle
more people than of
adopted a re-..luttou urging its u-e i I any Bathing in the warm gulf waters I isconceeded This weather make t r

In publicchool-. They evidently I and about the same number picked ii i, H rrll1ann's previous effort, and TO-DAY to be the flues in the grastgrow. You cnn I ,

'. up and bonded" out by being decorated (: local world. Every thing for pleasure with
do not believe that its teachings will i theatre-goers have a positive ,
safety. Good board and lodging by keen cuffing Lawn I//-" <

be followed- -to-an alarming--extent. i with the small brass tags demonstrating i treat in store for them. Of the new I the dayor week. Luncheon promptly 'I and Grass Shears />'/'/ '

the payment of the dog illusions bi. i Local Koreca-t-Showers tonight aid served at all hours, day or night.
anthracite coal strike or { showy tricks may be '
Titigreat mills Hardware (
CHARLES H. BrKTox, <> -
Friday, fresh ea-terly \outht'a.t
I rrlyi __
tax.
ha* now entered its sixteenth week. I mentioned me "rriucess Muriomeda : I 2m-tf Manager.
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Estimates uf the loges; and costs; /' an aerial "The Enchanted I _
LOOK PLEASANT PLEASE. mystery ; FRANK SECARrSBATH HOUSE
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j tackle of all kinds
C,)n-t-i.lent upon the disturbance; I Fishing
Cabinet" and the Temperature in Last 24 Hours
sensation : _
f' fverytiiuij included place the total i Photographer C. C. Harlan, of I'I''ofPekin Maximum ..... .............. ....... ... ... v?degreesMinimum. and good crab nets at the 1 Peep water bathe _'
at jMi.SMitMi. of which the loss to I Eaton,O., can do so now, though for entitled "Voyage Instantaneou .. .................. .... .............. degress Willis Hardwaer Cos. day, for white sea people ..1,1! .

the ftnVer- in wages! is estimated at years he couldn't, because hesulfer-j I|I ?," which have created a I courpartulentfnrladn-,:

f14.\l-ltl. j ed untold agony from the worst form furore wherever presented, Herr I Temperature Elsewhere : tendant. Neatest, bei .

-- of Indi e.tlon. All physicians and I i )lac Min bath house in the (-i" : i

I A CANAPIVX contains an mann will be accompanied by the :, Ulantft ? .._.. ..... ......_. .... 7j t_ Hotel Camden cents. FK I' (
paper medicines failed to help him till he HI'ol1l8rCit ..... .... ...... ... .. ...... .t ._ Cor. C.>vallos and / -
| aJierti-einetitof a new nursing bot- I tried Electric Bitters, which worked "Musical Goolmaus, a highly Cblcikgo ...? ....... ...... ..... .... 7u Mrincionatl. < I
I artistic mu-ical duo. ... ....... ...M '-I CA.Mnn.V, ALAIJA3IA
i tie ju-t patented and H about to be such wonders for him that he declares (ish..ton.,,._. ... .. .-.. ...._ '. ,
placed ou the market. After I -- ---- Huron ... .. .............._. pj ,, \-.AAA.AAA AhlshhN
giving they are a godsend to sufferers j SHATTERS ALL RECORDS. Jacksonville. ...... ........ .... .. M .i. Is Now Open to the Public
i directions for u-e, the advertisement I from dyspepsia and stomach Ken'a .Ity __. .. .. ........... ...TII .. ,
this "When troubles. Unrivaled for di-ea-esof1 j Twice in hospital. F. A. Gulledge. KtryWebt. .. ..... .... .........."M ,.. 1 HAVE YOU NOTICED |
ended the
1 lu manner : .
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Mfmpbls to-.> under the
t b.iby i- done drinking it must be uuJ. the tetomach, Liver and Kidney*. : Verbena, Ala., paid a vast sum to I Mobile .. .. ".. _-. .. 1'. management of
They build up and \rive new life'tothe doctors to cure a severe case of pile, MontttomerT ....... ... fl 1
ftTt-wed and 1 Lod in a cool place uu : New orisons ..... .... nI 1" WHAT IS MISSED HEREvvvvv.vvvvv.t
wholosy-tern. Try them. Only cau-ln21 tumor- When
all failed, : dew York .. .! ,, MRS. S. MIMS
J'r a t-: p. If the biby does not 5iic. Guaranteed by W. A. D'Alem- Bucklen'rnic'\ salve soon cured I savannah .._._ .. ... -t -" ,
J. ttirle .u fresh!i milk it should be Derte. druggist.VISITING him. Subdues Inflimmation, con t;t. Louis -I-- | /

b-'Ilt'd' fuer"ches, kills; Pains.; Best aalve I of Pensacola, Florida. .
in the world. -!;jc. at W. A. D'Alem- ANNOUNCEMENT -

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LADIES berte's drug RATES
Tilt Tiute=-t'ui.xt and citizen has' store. REASONABLE, Do you want t :. .,:
l' I beg to announce that I hare for little L'I .
nc'cepted moiK.;
been rigidly e-chewiu< politics in i, By the Day, Week or Month. ,. H' 10
: : Stephen", the
I' I FALL TERM.The position with Messrs.. J. jew-
the p:a-t, but It is diligently chewing ARE ENTERTAINED I commodate
and K. Forbes; and will assume Table Furnished with the Beat the you.
II at present. It -ar- : f hose fa- fill term of Meux'a Kurine my
4 duties on i ept. 1st. I will be Market Afford ,
of' pleased
uiiliar: with the political history
College, School of Shorthand, Typewriting I (1'1
to meet : friends All kinds of rhair
fr the fifteen my and respectfullysolicits Public
Florida pa-t years and Literature will Patronage Solicited.
Tuesday afternoon a happy barparty open ,;
"nQuina's.
the which chairs at M r
will not fail! to under-tind the i ::;*pt. 1st. Day and Night Sesion.i I patronage they so rocking

tneiuiuir t f the Times-Union and i was given by their friends to 'Ii i This institution wnetablNhedonSept. liberally extended to me in the past.All Free Sample Rioms. $ Pricesr'/

Citizen when it referred to the I Miss Townsend Mobile and Mis* 21, lc9i: and will soon enter 1 orders; entrusted to me will re- Sunday Rates Made to Traveling low. _

attempt on the part of a few ambitiou j jMaud: Francis of Milton. upon the eighth year of its existence. ceive especial attention and with a Men.

e politicians to pose as saintsin The yacht Nancy was tied to make I There are hundreds of young men larger and more varied: stock at my

,: the garb The of L':1lhml, with Call j the trip, which was one of ireat'' and women In this ciy and surrounding I command.them satisfactorily I will be and enabled well.' to fill VIRGINIA COLLEGE SLOT SEAMS
hfl..ut. meaning was plainforHtocktouim who My
country
attribute
enjoyment to everyone in the happy ... aim will bA to merit For YOUNG LADIK4. Ihtanokr. Va
ran interlaced and I their success ia life to taken1a your confidence
having in the future (pPnstept I*. I'*w,. One of the 1.'lIna PING-PONC EFFECTSThe
t lutfrwovfti synthesis of Callism. It i gatherin I course in this school. It qualifiesone I.I'I as in the past. tlcbool+ for Young Ladles m tilt B >uitf
GEO. Box i FAY. New buildings! piano, and equipmentCampus
hatcutd tu the it'
wj same nest, for business.A .
-- ten acres. brand mountain scene.ry '
to Wafer Melon latest and
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breathed the same atnlO"rherl.1 I handsomely illustrated catalogue''< After septa 1 an extra charge will la Valley of Vu.. famed for health. Ku-
Cholera roptoal1 and Amercan leacben. Full courseCouserrator ions are always jrum-i *
and be
are easily associated made for
t tI i endlnout
gathered: nutriment from the s.ime' is now in course of publication'' dinner ad'autageinArt, )t uole:aDd .
I This dreaded and trouble off i short orders at Elocution Miidenti from preted Into Huttenck Y *
diet and adopts the same methods I Ito : grave I Ii which will be present prices.; tairty P.lt8tPI.
issued about Twentieth For 6ddrt.1
Sept. 1st.19o : Century: Retauraut.aaemor catalQiCu" I September supply '-
i IE t the bowels causes much suffering. .
MATTIE HARRIS.
The > President.
fool the people. meaning! was : Send for Address *
copy. C. O.
z Roanoke v a. I'l'h j received. It Vlll pay; 11'
plain. It applied to the announced I jj" I' painful cramps, profuse sweating j Meux, Principal, 104'i South Pala- za. '
candidacy of J. :\. C. Stockton forI|I and intense thirst with vomiting, fox street. Buntt* Hind Yra Ha.a Vnays Eflgi have dressmaking Int'"

the I'nited :Mates r,enatorship-a | p urgingandevacuatinns. Treat vlg- i.llw 8r..atr.n ct;;s /l I Ues u t price mattresses ever sold for here.the'e and look over onr st'' *

j" very high "filce and a very laudable I If orou-ly with Perry Davis1 Painkiller !, 7If O. M. Pryor. '
It is efficient aDd safe. It U a standard I I will repair your watches and!' ----- --- --- THE FOUNTAIN PENis

f ambition. -- j remedy. Druzzi5t 25 and 50z. Jewelry Stephens.Cleaning in. flm-class. style. J. j I 1 1 r Yon \last, t Furniture, go Save Inna-- by buying i I i
In truUJ":
I Ii The finest line of sterling silverjrwd Lay the dust. rOll _______ j to PRTUR'S.Foley's your farm. an .
can buy -
than it -
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? and silver novelties is to be' ladies i skirts and waists'is lure at Marston $ Quina'sGreat more
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I garden hose at the Willis when it is a re. "11
foundati I. al'ht'nsPricf.i to one of c*-r specialtiesjtar Laan- Hon?y and Tar Furniture Empo
rlt'3Sf all. Hardware Co. 1r1. h4; the W4W -
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prevents
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_THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY AUGUST 28. 1902. 1

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.-. AL. President; j TCo. 8608.t,0'hf f. C. NORTON. Cashier; h -GRAND-@ YOU DON'T HAVE TO DRINK BOILED WATER I Irfue !

.. ,. ro''jof([.Vue.Puidentj: M. E. CLARK. Ass't Cashier. .,


'. AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF Labor Day DRINK & i



PENSACOLA, FLA. ['At the Soda fountain 1

Designated Depository of the United States.

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Condensed Statement at the close of business dug 21, 100"2. F I
.PICNIC. -- :
When you want the most
; RESOURCES: LIABILITIES. -

;Iin R able ,. ...... ...... ...... .... $350,40319 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... $200.000.00111tlII.J L, ; exhilarating draught yOU
I Lt'Uj' .. .. .. ...... ...... .......... SM)7274 furplusFund.... .. .... .... .... ........ .... 10000.00 -ATMagnolia- 3 always want water.
Qtdtaft3 .. ..... .... ........ .......... 46983 Net Profits ...... ...... ...... .... .... .... 10,24294 l rt i S lti
t'.fo&ID h and Premium.167.171.fe7 Circulation..... ........ ...... .... .... .... 100.00000 i r W'' c
COs, ee,'urlta-, etc.... ...... ............ 2fi25'.00and : Deposits ........... ...... ...... ............ 390. 1i3..1 .
.. .... ...... 6,718.43 Bluff
jferaitare. ...... .... .... ... .... ...... S84 While floCK
(1&lie al.J.tlm.r.}.Ich.u..ce. ..... ...... ............ Io3,2o6.70

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1710,706 65; > $710,708.65 t. I I Water

I. --.I PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. MIap' t i-: UTH1A

.-. .f I served at the fountain

B. H. FAIRCHILD, I NEGRO WAS I I at the county jail as a guard against GIVEN BY sparkles like fine wine ; itt

any possible onslaught from a mob. | Is only water bubbling over

QpQOLISTDItrR: The *"*
boys divided the "watches
with
pure ozone.
SI CAST ROMANA STREET. SPIRITED AWAY and some of them had some real I Local Assembly
I ; Bottled at Waukesha, WU
nit Mart and Rtfmiifimy Furniture a -- sound sleep, but a few of them acknowledged ; i
I I FOR SALE HFRE BY

Special I THOMPSON WAS CARRIED TO that sleep could not be No. 1565, % L. Bear & .Co.,Agents
obtained under the possibility of ex
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:IMioiio I
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I JACKSON COUNTY TO-DAY. citement. Some of them also acknowledged '; '. 1- ,- .- .-JiI;"

R. K. WHITE, I that their experience, : \lVbite Knights( of Labor -


Manufacturing .leafier For safe keeping, it was decided while novel, was not comfortable. ,I II IWNN V 'r.\lIV;

fitrkmAler, this morning to end Sonny Boy I They marched to the jail In two I -- -- ;; :

and Graduate Optician, of
squad, the first under command '
Thonlp-on, the alleged assailant of :THE COMMITTEE ,d

r UIra lit.. rrn.aeula,11'llEltS Captain Parkhill and the other under 525'2.52525225"'c:5252 2Sa :: ;
ti 1.t1 [ Mrs. Dixon out of Pensacola and ? as1Cs25Z5'.525ZC' II'J
I Lieut. ;Massey. Each man: was OF ARRANGEMENTS
V .- ". ....- following up this decision he wa iJ III;;:
r"" v Y. placed on board the 7 a. m. train to- armed, having about 2> cartridges in Guarantee to the Public of Pensacola m

his: belt and a loaded gun. They and Escambia County a List ] tl/cd
day in care of Deputy Keelingand : c

NOTES sent ea-t. County ollicer ceeded.tried to look determined and so suc I' of Enjoyable Equaled Sports at any never Picnic before rn /' i/ J

seem to be or are at sea as to the ne- In the City with
; m :::>' !
I With the of the militiaon L fL'
.._...... -- -- gro's destination: but an authorized appearance j Suitable Prizes to A' aq/)
the street excitement ran high ID
t t Sept.: I the Twentieth Centaurant statement says he has been taken to !The Lucky Contestant. 22S2S252.S252.

will charge; extra for Mariauna: and confined in the Jackson and things looked decidedly buinejslike. i- ------------ -- -- -- 1II'l' _.

: ,- out dinner :Short order The street in front of the

--ut price*. :See local noIre county jail. i j jiil was soon Crowded with white A REGATTA MtH !
the
With the negro; from county ve Room

jail to the depot marched the Chip- I and black people who stood around 1. Open to all flat bottom boat in

to the custom houe In I witching for development; Nothing the bay: of Pensacola, prize silver
1 general; npVingof up--tair< ley Light Infantry under commandof i i i ....ROOM ROOM !I....
.1
transpired" and at S0: o'clock cup.
ind the corridor i almost un Captain Parkhill. The negro wa I 2. Round bottom boats: race open
Marshal Credille ordered three the 15 Mr. W. J. FOUUES.
past days our Buyer
itfr m the desk dud tables preceeded by three soldiers and to all. Prize silver cup, to be sailed FOR been going the rounds Northern:: Market

I. walked at the side of Deputy Sheriil: police otlicers to clear the streets. 1 I for under the rules of the Pensacola where has been bought the Largest Finest and

will Several men under the influence of Yacht Club.Commodore. Most Complete Stock Ever Bought for thin Market Hewrite III!
wekly band concert Keeling, followed by the remainder I ;:>
i *: -Clean all :Hummer Merchandise liegardle: ** of
tonight; if fair weather of the company. He was heavily liquor, and a drunken fighting judges J. H. Proter Ward Jno.appointed G. Welsh as.! its Value; mut have Room for the Proper Handling:
true will be givjn at Mag- woman created a little interest. G. Math isen. '! and Display of Fall Merchandi-e." This order m ans
:
manacled and closely watched. Following a: ;
.: II the other one in Se- I I I Time-keepers J. Hayes.: Geo. much work for Sales; People; Big Bargain fot'uu.. 11I-
I in the extreme rear came the I ''T. Every Department Carrie* its Attraction. lIavn't time -
,
The E-cambia Rifles were ordered Morgan.MeasurersJ.;;
T. to enumerate, only one or two in point of dtmoustrauon.
sheritf in his buggy; who accompanied Christophersen ,
t Frwci"cbp; : will : them as far as: the depot. The indications to large oh _ _. :::>.
t today and she several hours lat night ready : point a 1ft
The decision to the number of entrances for the regatta
1
for carry away
tee LiverpoolShe : for instant duty. Happily the services I' who are respectfully requested to 3,000 YARDS COLORED LAWNS. lit
carries a negro was: arrived at only after from this make entry and be at Palafox wharf
company were not All of those ReautifulColored\ Lawn* tbat'fr'" 10
for measurement between S a, m. and
arrangement had been carefully -
proper '' . . ..
required and they dipered In:1 12 lIo11lll'\uuday.. John G. Wel.h' and 12 jC, to go at. M- > .inl I
i
funeral took II arranged.Vhile here the Secretary Peusacola Yacht Club
I short while.It .
."n from St. '! sheriff had reason" to believe that the i will receive the entries and furnish WHITE CHECK AND STRIPE LAWNS. :'
':satire werei was regular drill night for the any information in relation to the :
negro's life was in jeopardy; that: yacht race. ? .
i inetery of battery, and in expectation of Formerly old for 12'j. I.; and iOc, to :go at luj .rard.
Hciats entering will be measured
mob violence regretted as it was ?
trouble the gatling\ gun was put in at the same time.
wa: not improbable and that in order WAIST MATERIALS.Entire I .
i i brick and good condition auJ.u; gun crew was ;
I to give the black a chance for AN EXCITING TUB RACE. Line of Beautiful Colored Dimity Stripe Mitfrial -
::1.- navy yard selected from thoe in attendance. *, light and dark 1'iatid Lite yarl.now 1. -,
Irnund.'il"re
First gold medal. Two other
'.". WorkatHuvy his life by a fair trial before a properly prize .
!<> yard
suitable priz"'s.The :
.' yard i* todayI 1I 1 eitabli-hed tribunal it WIl'5neceaQ' Mr*. Dixon the victim of Thompson usual list of land sport, with 7

: I to give him into the cu-; went to the court house this suitable prizes, will be another grand, CHECK MUSLINS.For .
features of the amusement of the
I speckled llird," tody of a foreign sheriff. morning, an erroneous report having;: : day. Children's Aprons and Little lrtse, actual value _

Ju authore*, Mr. ,j Deputies here were overworked been carried to her that her alleged Exciting game of baeball. t'.jc! togo at. .. ..>(yard I
b'-en received litre.mg 1 Tuit.ot.War, 12 single men vs. 12
I i, the military had had a night: of it assailant: would be tried. She remained married men.Hammer .
; read with great 50 DOZEN CELEBRATED PRINCELY SHIRTS.Two .
I and the step to end him away was throwing.
n-ucola. I II I about an hour then betook
I High jump. CollarOne Pair ('lIlf All Color worth
regarded as the most safe, satisfactory i eperate
herself home. Her frail i Uroidjump.
II4.0H. the porter at the I I figure j
1Iit
.
75c, Extra Spect.tl oOt' eachIn !
,
i Men's foot race. ?
Lnm- and correct one. Thee planks
:-;'Hlth"ru'tat"'; well-known iu the city now and imprecations -

the proud father: of a I!: guided the sheriff and he received i of every conceivable i. Shoe Boys mixing footrace.contest. i! =-=.. -=__=..=- .::._ __ ::-_ :..____ ;_ H' .

'Itt'f. that arrived at hiI I II al-o legal advice on same. nature were called down :Sack race.Threelegged. Silk*, H Ith.-. Black Dress (Good
I ty. linking the seventh I j upon j race. R emnan t I S I Remnants of Kvrvthiig:
nat his home in les Capt. } .uk h ill detailed a nquad Thompson a* people saw and recognized Girls foot race 5 to 14 years. t i* S J AT I II .1 1.1' PICK' '..

...' IN. I from hi* company to guard the nejr.ro I I her. I j Throwing Girl foot race the ,ball S to, &It j to year 12- years. ...--.-.-.......--...............................- --
out of Escambia -- --- I
safely
tata: well known young I county.

"'sad at the We-t Flond.i I This squad was in command of Sergt.John : A Necessary Precaution. DANCING.

,:'. had the mi-fortune Don't neglect a cold. It i* worse W. J. & B. FORBES.
ry. I To"art and was composed of Jig dancing and round dancing. .
than unplea*ant. It is dangerou
cru-hed oil
'f tin tiU: 1 Private Fred Humphreys Will I Prize* for the bet looking lady
... : j By uing One Minute Cough Cure '
nit ) .tt.nl.ly afternoon I and gentleman on the ground !
I Hutchiua, Chas. WiNon, and J. F:.
mic ice cream at the j i you can cure it at once. Allay in- I 1 Bet looking baby, not over six

wa- carried to his home Toaart. They went a* far as Milton I nomination/ clears the head soothes years, on the grounds.A 1IIIJ'IJIIIIII1811i' "

l h-street and i is today I and will return at (5:50 o'clock this I| and strengthens! the mucous memo FINE TOMBOLA, \f'\nj V J \V\) 'vvVU) UJU} ,i

nicely. | brane. Cares" cough, croup, throat I .i
nig { afternoon. Milton Wltthe first .1I
I i and lung troubles. Absolutely safe stocked with fancy and cotlyprize .
rid: engigement of the I i convenient place they could top olf Acts immediately. Children like it. Refreshment, under the management 11 If You Buy Them at the Boston :;'h..eIore., They are (i.tod i

il ",>era Company at the so they were ticketed for that John of L. A. 15KJ.: in charge of Mr. I .,
!f.r one week beginning Hargis' Pharmacy Sheppard Joe Febro will be served at city I .

"tt'lIIhl'r I. will be lookt" station. I Sidney Kahn.THREE prices. Biggest Shoe Sale of the Season !

I Adjutant-General Foster did not
I'.v the music lovers of j I
ALL LABOR AND
I excellent nrginizanumber i i like the imputation in a city paper NEGROES :NO: OLD 'FCOND HAND:: :STOi'K IN IJIlri. -;\l.E.
ALL CLEAN :NEW.: t'rn'I1 DPiW.En;; CtT TO THE ;
thirty-live : that the military wa ordered\ out at i CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS I LOWEM1: NOTCH.Here .

lin;:their owttgrttidor- hi* tigAtion.: : He does not wish togo I are ome price: J
i,reno introduction, a; BOUND OVERi and General Public are Respectfully II Lidie-'Oxfords in Ideal Kid*, Patent Leather and\ \'lelllh. all .>ur .,
i- :i household word in on record as ha\'ing; as-ucied that I III Requested to Participate. new thl- ye'1r's style and cold for #.l. during/ 'hi* -ale }2.10.All .':

much authority and say headquarters I our L (die*' Oxford and Colon! il* in ideal! Kid and Patent Leather
the! union. The
com
II i i i I -- TICKETS and! \'icII\id.: which .old all -ea"on at $2 50. at thin tale, for $17x.. i;
i \ + ry large repertoire of were first cwmmuiiicated with i LudkSJ Oxford all
Our : i-hape Patent Leather ti;>, -took tip .,
..lllol1t operas, eighteenwi'irh i: regarding; the advisability of such. ,, Pnnc" Morris Joe Morri and J. can: be procured at the Union Depot : heavy and light: eulenow tl 4Tjieear1 -* .J

i the operas to ben .I E. We-t. under arrest for robberies'' Ticket Otlice. ouiv few of the tnanvpeenl prices we inoffering.. IViu'1
The matter was left with the sheriff I and be convinced tvi, the best place to hipu-cla- fur the
!I from Union. buy >tW'ar tJ 1
will be cho-en all ofIe '! Transportation
from the store of A. Jreenhut, were
!i I and the county judge wno concluded Depot and Admission to the 3"'c least money i* at ____ .......__. :.1 t
I it. under the conduc- I taken before Jud McCullagh for I Grounds ..... .. .. . .. / fiBoston
1 -tt-rliug musical dir'lirln i it. to make a request; upon Major Cary t ij Children 1'oc. :

\t. D. Hazelri in command of the battalion Major :j preliminary: trial yesterday. They j I
hour
Trains leave Union depot every Shoe Store
t innouneed as the I | waived examination and were bound [
Cary, in command of the battalion. from 1 till midnight.
The bill. for the
a reweek i over for trial in the criminal courtin Per -on* coming by boat or other "
,
: > will be an- Major Cary was the one who com
conveyance will be admittedat : X.TIL'OItCIl:: IDIII: :, rroiinVlor.
,' r File prices have beenand the sum of J2UO each. None were
', oti centwhich municated the orders: to assemble at I :25c to the grounds.
> able to furnish this "E'curitvt'ster.. Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox .
,-a I lw for au attraction !, the armory to the company: com I II MUSIC BY THE Street. 11
,
I 'I day remained in jail all night. They I

I manders. !: will make bond today. PENSACOLA CONCERT BAND. I i I ".)
Thos. C. Watson
&
in thi Co.
community
Many
," i"-iiu' :appetite, lying The fact that the negro was; taken person ,
I Additional evidence has been The Management reserve the right j I are suffering from kidney complaint the leading fealEstateAgents.take !
.
take Hood's Sirapa- out of the city is a subject of some : gathering against the trio and this of refunding the money and refus-j![i who could avoid fatal results by using all the worry oti the shoulders of the )
the tonic ,
-t you need. I criticum today it beitg held that !, log admission to objectional partie I owner of
will come out at the term of the Foley's Kidney Cure. W. A. property manage; the .'
WTHBONE' SISTERS. I there was no immediate danger ofi I I D'Alemberte.: ti. Palafox. renting of their houses and the collection .i
criminal court next month. This '
mob violence. In some quarters it j I COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENT : i ---- -- of their rants" as conscientiongly ,:
,ar meeting of Magnolia I i i evidence is collected through efforts as they would themselves.
wa construed that it showed a decided W. P. H. THARP I.i Crab nets and Ashing ;
\"i' 4. It Ithb"I1"-'bt..r". will; of Special: Officers Ray and R. A. CRFDILLE, Their chargere v -r_" reatouable.CONCERT : .
1 ulitr-day uiirht. AuiMit27..I weakness on the snentf's part.I I JOE FEBRO. tackle to suit everybody, at .1
,lock at the K. of 1'. hall Sanders. i I i
w ill take place. .\ full at- ,: An equal number of people commendthe I i -- Chairman Sporting Committee: :i i the Willis Hardware Co's.OJSTfLIli. AND:: DANCE AT s

'.. ..-JMTI ttly retj'1 ted. this -neritl for the way he acted in I Foley's Kidney Cure i* a medicine ARTHUR McCOXNELL. i -- -. MAGNOLIA:: BLUFF THURSDAY

: thTemple', flr-t :lt1l1i1.fr..hm..ut. and will cure Chairman Refreshment Committee: ; : NIGHT. TRAINS: AT 0\. 8j: AND ;
from any
the
!: will ; matter. free poisons
; be
-i I tug nmitber cordially i i I. cae of kidney disease that is not JOE FEBRO. ....tL ?"A K.9 V:. Na 4iaat3 Bc:219 9. LAST TRAIN HFrr'HX AT

ii i, About forty members of the Chip- beyond the reach: of medicine. W. Caaiman: Gate Committee: 'V' J?+ # 11:W. TICKEr & ChM'e. AT
W'LLUMS. M K.C. : POURTLES. i DEPOT.
D'Alemberte 121 PS Palafox: st. ALBERT I I
last A.
II art.M-1-.K, M. K. C. ley Liiiit Infantry pent night i
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA, THURSDAY. AUGUST 38, 1902

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STEAMSHIPS AFTER PACIFIC ISLANDS. NORD'S TROOPS DEFEATED.

..... MALARIA
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r JL X K.K K J4,::,.[ L.L.Y..Y K Uncle Sam Sends Warship ta Oust After Severe Fighting Were Forced

Japs from Wake Island. to Evacuate""Limbe. ,i invisibleMeans
K .'
1AS OCEAN TRIP *; Tokio Aug. 15, ,'Ia1cturia., B. C. Paris Aug. 27.-A dispatch received
j bad air and whether it Enemy to
i' Ilealt
Aug. 21.-The United States sums tcbe from Cape Haitlen. Haiti says the
from the low lands and
Cones
(i lo NLW ORK, BOSTON looking! after the Pacific islands troops of General Nord the minister. marshes of the country or the filthy sewers and ilrai-i
( !: First it Marcus Island but of of the ;
ANO ALL was news war provisional government j u
I and towns, its effect upon the human system is the s,: .
( EASTERN RESORTS 'i,, came that the Washington authorities have been defeated and forced; to eric I, These atmospheric poisons are breathed into tl.i: .

t t t1he ; recognized Japan's claim thereto Th- pate Limbo and adds that the fig'ht.1 I by the blood, and the foundation of some long: dt I-1.:;! ,' ?

i. .t Q) .: incident! caused a littie flutter at first ing continues. I Chills and fever chronic dyspepsia, torpid and 1::;: .: _
and a Japanese warship was d.spatc- I It is further reported that the !n. '
i troubles, jaundice and biliousness are frequently due t. > t' : .
(H.TAN: : .lEA\:t1I1' COMPANY: } I ed with an official on hoard to await habitants of Anx Cayos and Aeua have Malaria. Xoxious gases and unhealthy matter collect in t.1 ''.

.1. .t i. : L the arrival of Captain Roaehill the Anxious thoughts sometimes perplexthe risen against the provisional govern ,j I I the liver and kidneys fail to act, and are poured into the. !h., : ; ...':;

)O Hour ot Ocean Breezes American alleged concessionaire.The ment and that General Simon it becomes and that the htrrs. .. :
f I wife who sees maternity before her. rcmj I so polluted sluggish poison :: ... ,a
Sailings each WeeK warship landed its official! charged If she is treading an untried path, she mander of -the department of the the skin, and carbuncles, boils, abscesses, ulcers and \',:ri- ';:- l" .

3 from Savannah. Ga. I with documents one being from sometimes frets herself into a nervous south who has declared himself in I indolent character appear, depleting the system, and thr ; .. -7

-. i .. *. j I United States Minister Buck, bat so condition which is injurious and prostrating favor of General Firrain, Is marching The germs and poisons that oppress and weaken ti 1 ..','
i. .. i .I "i ir It. UKii, JGKNf.UM far no word has been itceUed vt <. If motherhood has already been v
.. < nt ,G I'r7 on 5l'raeoane. the life-giving properties of the blood rendering it tin : h-.
.. I \ : .,
: : 1 she is to shrink
: I Captain Rosebill's arrival.The a painful experience apt .
.
be overcome and carried out of the system before the :. .
j 1'.1 : :
,IIv,, from the trial and her i .
i ." ,..I ,. telegraphed solution: of the coming{ by very I
I mat mental anvitty increase they possibilityof To Nominate Senator get rid of Malaria and its effect

... ..... .n. ,'''0.' .0..."S'.J 1 ter has been hailed with pleasure by her suffering. I Gainesville Ga.. Aug. :27':-Hen. S. S. S. docs this and quickly! ;p' : ....

,V M I .Y.'". .,..., ,(..'.,..'...f.,... .To.. ,_ II. the Japanese press which exalted the There is no cause for anxiety for those I F1tII'her1.. Johnson chairman |I change in the dreachinevut, .: .,j:
:f' .' .1,' I I.. .. r......... .... I maumanimity of America and points prospective mothers 110 use Dr. Pierce's of the committee has issued a lating them to vigorous health', -- .
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out how consistently she has shown Favorite Prescription. It tranquilizesthe I call for the thirty-third ; possesses not only purifying, hut t. .
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t'1'. sen-1 I
,c'1 :1 : Tr 1C1C1C
.f,1
; herself to be the friend of Japan. Juston nerves, encourages the appetite, in- !i atorial convention to meet at Gainesville and the general health improxt--. .e

-- --- --- -- the tip of that favorable impression duces mental refreshing cheerfulness sleep as well and as produces physical on Sept. 6 for the purpose ..f increases almost from the first dose. There is n Merci, i :

: ; 11:1\CII: HCIIIINU.KFollowing : however there at rives telegraphicword viijor. It gives strength anti muscular nominating a candidate for thisdistl'itt. or other mineral in S. S. S. It is strictly and entinlv: : a \ .

that the United States bas sent elasticity so that the b.tby's advent is The following delegates have Write us about your case, and our physicianwill ;4!l' .' '

i* tne ;schedule Ufou..1! French->f tbKevrrlani e t a warship to oust the Japanese from practically painless. It is the best tonic been appointed from Hail county: .1 their advice to regain your health. Book on bl aid and, >...:. -;

whirl! '1'IHLW8"-n: -anir print for the i Wake island south of Marcus islar.1. for nursing mothers."I I E. Redwine. Jr., Harrison Martin W.l, free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. AtUnl. <....
The Japanese claim the island am | papers
bhttt of the merchant: Wio! *hipt..fir : has dotn. fur ".ntcs Mrs. F. \Voo
,,'..ud,. to the \ :\iriou; urmyjo j Its as uninhabited until some of their ;, John T.Prescription Smith, of Shoran. Brit: Col me., Box v>. "It i on. J.Y.. Marion B. J. Hulsey F. T.Itavie. > Foley's Kidney Cure will cure all i Rubber hose, ((I' < It!

.t- : I bird'atc'hlrs"Isit'd it and profess helped me through the lout months txtore baby I S. S. Carter. Dr. J. E. \\Tielchel. diseases arHiifir"from di-ordered

i...v.<-. t'.nacol" .._ ... ... 7i.,a. in.L i to fail to understand of what benefit mu-t came healthy and! I have the a three big -tront and it babe cured girl nis of the adivra H.V.. T. Gaines and<< J_ c. kidnev or bladder.-W. A. D Aleui- ; the 7Z//.V 7VY, /. *..*. ttormuci.t. .. T.50 a.niIsar. i berte 121 S. Palafox
.. Hickvii .._ '_ ... ".'" a. m. | the island would be to any nation.! So +e witch waa taking assay .limy str"ugth.nThe I nruwning. As it is Hall county's : 1 I Knou On.HU- I.r, ,

......v... Ig rraiip'', ...._ <-:Ua. lit. far the nature of Amerka's claim to dealer who offers a substitute time to the fcran ol>.tll..l"<. i Jit. .. l .
senator
name and
1 r..'.- Prn.acuia .. .... ..1u:15a.In. the is!and and the for '"Favorite Inscription" does so to d"l I I i
Arn\f H"rr.oiii ll'lo a. m. and then purposes of its gain the little more profit paid ou the I Colonel II. H. Perry was overwhelm- Pocket cutler and scissors -: You will have prnu-i 1. .
took-- a trip to KortMcU tt! and then rt1LUrI. -: pr( sent ecfoiroir.cnt. if the rumor is
.. to llmrrmiu-n. ( sale of less meritorious medicines. His inely nominated at the primary on from the finest! to the j flower urdeu- tl! flY .1! sr
1.."..+. KB;r.iiOin .. .. 1:l.i p. in. !I correct is unknown };a re.I profit is jour loss, therefore accept no August 20, he will receive the nomina I town roulld. Vouriii-tn '1'Ii

l.ra.r.. f Cifknii. .. .._ ... 1:!: p.Utdram. .. su'istitute. tion. cheapest at the Willis Ii j a home, and be cat .1. r w .:.
.n.l\<'ol 4lu i p luIrav. Soldier Takes Fatal Swim. I
.. !'lck..I.. ... 5:1!5p. rat I Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical I II Hardware Co.MIDlYlfKKV.. I though h- may f i: k wj .rI
ArrnHni mnctt '\.&< 1'_ Ill, hnd makes T.urte. Mont, Aug. 23;.-A special to A.hiser-sent free on receipt of stamps j I rverv woman want- ..

Inf. >u UcK.- and irturn The Miner from Miles City says that to cover expense of mailing only. His Sight Threatened. j own,'and ifhe will :.a\ .

bout\Vi-lit.-d'wit; It-.ivc ysatidt I' turd.H'"Ii'PICkU the ; Sergeant Coon of troop II, Thirteenth Send 21 one-cent stamps for the While picnicking lat ulonth'ry ,i' Thus. C. Watson & Co., : e
irr.uuM-i -
,.. I cavalry, was drowned while attemptingto book in paper covers: ; or 31 stamps for : 11-year-old boy was poisoned by I''I leading Real Estate A ,
.- for 1t11t& l I.t at i>::\V) p. in. the cloth-bound volume Address Dr. Tte undersigned takes this method : -r
ffr: (ieut-r.-il French is for army ,, swim the Yellowstone river. His R. V. Pierce, Buffalo X. Y. i I some weed or pUnt," says W. H. i j jf Jtlt'ringher service; as a j i: can show her how ea-.. : --t

rurp"-..- "ul)' and any outsider mut body has not yet teen recovered Dibble of Sioux City, la. "He rub- i i j fir; t-,hi5 licensed midwife. havI 1 one.
flare! a pafr >iu the quarteruia-ter trough detachments of soldiers froc :1 I fug; had 35 years experience. ---- -
I bed the poison off his hands iitohiseyes
u :ak" 1"a- .ure I> I ter. I Fort Keouch have actively engaged in Nominated ror State Senate. awhile Can give best of references from Buy a new gur and for we were afraid i
I! a search for It. savannah Ga., Aug. 23.; James G. l i ii leading physicians of this city. from
i:' he would lose his sijfht. Finally a MKS. :\1, GIDUENP the Willis 11 Moore, of Gro\-eland. Bryan county
STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE neighbor recommended DeWitt's i lit lIt South DeVilliers ht.
has been I I Company.
A YOUNG LADY'S LIFE SAVED. nominated for the state<>n. I Witch Hazel Salve. The first uppli- '

I ate from the first district. The sena cation helped him and in a few days

Hetarru t'riir>nci>la aid :ihllll-B"al At Panama Colombia, by Chamberlain'sColic tonal convention was held here. It he was as well as ever." For skin OR. MOFFETT'S

Cholera and Diarrhoea was Brjan's time for the nomination j diseases, cuts burns, scald,, wounds, Cures Cftoleramain
H"" Roily I \cit Sunday."CITY 'I Durrhoea.lA
:
itnun
I Remedy. and its nominee. Mr. Moore received I insect bites, DeWitt's Witch Hazel! i the Bov cl m

OF! TAMPA." Dr. Chas. H. Utter, a prominent the undhit1rd"Ote of the contention I Salve: i is sure cure. Relieves piles at I Mpld L TrujK.iolChildrtnoMr, 4 ,
,
Feware of counterfeit. Har- ,
once.
: physician; of Panama. Colombia, in
i ip1 Aids Ui
Lv !M.lion < '' am Lvi'.nucotnl.r'ipm ris' Pharmacy, John sheppard, Sidney -; q't'r Sf y c.tlon. RttuiuaaQj6
Ar ?.I1..ul.,:'.a i>m Ar Milinti :>:apwt. I a recent letter *tate: ?: "Lu-t MarchI Guard Killed by Convicts. Kahn.: ;; tRNING.PQWDER3) the Bo.dsStrtnthl

c.-v. K..un1 tnp.t!:<'\ I had a* a patient a young lady MX- Birmingham, Ala., Aug. 23.-G. "'. I t ;%< f Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, the IEEThI Child and f Malu AM

teen of a''e1:0 had Thomas a prison guard was shot and "'
I years a very 'JjXy iSor mil 25 cents te C. J. MOFFETT, M. D.. ST. LOUIS M
tlber. !Gnu.wlu 1s "In. '
\\Illlr'M Truulilr."What's bad attack of dysentery. Everything instantly killed by two negro convicts I j I { at I ATLttTl S
the iiutililf. \\ I1fi'?" saidJJri. I j who were trying to escape from Coal. Pal race. in his intt rc-tui!; Iniok' deI \ bare bar I\..! Dr. :M. ee' '. TEETHIVA T. .' IB. P .' r'I u
I II .
pre-cribed for her in- .
.
,
proved l'l'iloill his the and tra.*a,>' .in rary melt I. trt.'JvD. ar I ilr.V
Itroun hernuill burg prison Saturday afternoon. The ;; j.tir'Iley to saciel''it} .
iu son, who wus tar- ir thrr h nilrt l.rr 1 J effectual and *he'a? ;rowing wor.eI uf Mt'va. iii r dwn-'u., tli-M f tt. f '
pu-s an :iiiiiii ; :arountof is n > .nll"! f ) St &i JL i
-,-. negroes were captured afterwardand I ., .
soon .. ,.. .
tryiD.M hour. Her bat IUE.ur"' rt ju o quickly u uxailn i: 1\ -I'THfc
I every patent were !sure his C'IIIIH'l'slIiuli with niollah.!
>' i.itt. ", ..,/I't fly," sobbed Will'e, returned to their (.lls. a L .rI XI. a llv'CEIS DUO j I' > WAll
i she would die. She ban become ?o flu ii kmjf the rl'\'l'I''ud< ; 1'lItll'Ulali
.
and I 11-1 'i 'it of fly pai cr too. -
JJi-uoklui i'I.: i I weak that she could inn turn ovtr in To My Friends.It whii-h! lie coiiJ-Kltml the ni"t deadly ,

--- | bed.Vhat to do at thicritical is with joy I tell you what Kodol of nil MILS: the hulj wait replied: T l +

moment for did for me. I was troubled with j "Miiokiiif; << ; the isLauu-ful." ;
\ M "
.\IIIIIIt'\t. O of +
the ?
sun prophet!
}'1aLosly II- '- but start at all, ateh I th..ult; of Cnaiuberlam's Colic. stomach for several month 1'pon "
IN l"vri.tuuMiiSsii.irt | Cholera and Durrhn-a and be it.;; advised to use Kodol I did so, I .I'rnkfn::.
Remedy and words cannot tell the good it ",\n' tbi''e the tuo greatest sins, fay secure the most delicious tflas
? Faith, ho'a that lat
a resort Ttiemot "
1:1' prescribed it.
i has done me. A neighbor had dyspepsia -I i they?
dumb y.. tt>iiid talk lioiud Ills bufkruicht wonderful re-tilt was elfected. so that he had tried most "Ve-ily. toy SOIL""Arid of beer yet produced in Anicrii

Infullb!-> faitan' he'd not Within eight hours she wa feeling everything.; I told him to use; Ko- .1 niurdt-r;"

kuow it--l'hl.l.! Ijibia KcconLI 'much-he wa better upon; her inside feet: and of three at the day-end I i to dol.me Words from him of gratitude because'have I recom-come I ".:\h. that's." nothing! =nothlll;;. It'sforgivable. 'i Ile drinks be iiho drthsR1hsl.' !

of one week wa Fur ; ;
entrfwell. ,1 r
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1..1..1 of luen.r. me.nded it.-Oeo. W. Fry, Viola 1L1
.
\IIU stealing
sale :
by all dru;gitsandmedicinedealers. : Iowa Health and strength, of mind : I Pabst Beer brewed from .
I..i w>pr- What i j" your jaosh income? 1 ".\h, that's forgivable too.:" is n specialh 1/ i
..-.-.. -I have ILL) income. I and body, depend ou the stomach, I / malt malted in accordance with the b+"s-r C : I.. "
I I'u. gross and normal activity of the digestive I "I'.ut sniokiu V '' ods. Our the best that
hops arc can "< J"
Ij\\ jvr-V" iii'oiiuat allV \J money jPABST j-
I Big Building'For organs.; Kodol: the Treat reconstructive .It is the unforgivable crime re- "' 1
\\'Itll'-\'' grog incimie. I have aMt Tampa. ; tonic, cure all stomach II pli "l the nioll.ih sternly and liKikingLctLly : BREWING CO.
Tampa. fla., Aug. .. .-JatateV.. Da
.
iu'-oniv. I ini in tin tiU business.New I ; and bowel troubles ( at the tk-titfous Moliamnn-dan. ___1AVO
i via one of Cramp & ( f-ngineets
Orleans 1'il'IYUlW. 0.5 pepaa. :
And this is the Afghan's crt-t-d. Murd '
is in the city for the purpose of mak eau eat Take a dose after meal,;; ,| ,'r and theft lire foririvuble crimes. -

V '..t-....1. lag preliminary arrangements fir Har is' Pharmacy, John :Sheppard, :j but for I'1Il"klD and drinking( there is ,
starting work the Sidney Kl\1Il.: I
........ on prr.ruent buiM no r..r.'WI'UIIII :
1 4 | ins. Mr lIwi"as interviewed with '- FINLVINES ETCS.
f'fr 'o. i LIQUORS
:. Aft! | regard to the plans of his people, and Sues For $100,000. ,

....4.,' ;.- ? | stated that work would begin on ti! > Tampa Ha.. An?. 23.:;; -J. P. Munn, i

!I:.'L." ;"J'I .' (,, ; .. ft. ;--"... | building within three weeks, and that the husband of the unfortunate lady :i f/ I
.T ,) L./lI V Y [
/
,r .I., ... k-1) :: "' i i within ten days laborers would be at who wa ki'lci''! in the collision between A. FRIEDMAN
.. -M.. 'b. \ tall nls signature in on every box: or the genuine !
: .. "
uf the
... ;'.. work excavating for the foundation. a car Tampa Electric company
Laxative Bromo I
\ -I' i.tJ1. : .Ji ;, He gave out that as far as practica-: and a train of the Seaboard Air Line I 'Quinine'rableta I*. O. BOX 4IS. TEI.a-a.JlO\: t! '
; 'be remedy that core a cold la .
'- ... lr! !iionly! local labor would be employed at the Twenty-second street rrossin;. I one daj.KiiiK I

l, .. "' -.. ;...'. i I and as much as possible of the mater has filed notice of two suits for damages ..f II a II.. -- -- I

: I"- ,..1.': .rI" i a1used! in the building will! be puri in th- sum of $5'I.4rol.iii! their uionaiih on ic WOOD.I

W-, '': .Il,;....., ,i i chased in Florida : the Tampa Electric company and tN- I count of I.h my halrL. is alu.i>- ICE AND

(] / : v 'rf'L -- I -- eahnar: Air Line, respectively. The au a-u-icnt Hr.,] !rise lii'Mditl w.nrior.He .

1.r'.'..."" ---- "'\ FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE. l'allprs'rp filed by Mr Munn. perfconi I tights his way i., the !trout but it !' WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY MUCH LARGER Ti.:\ r.

: Will cure lUi:nt's Disea-e. a:1but it is understood that he Las not only that that ;,:'i\is bun tlu
Tin* ""1.4 :-;" jou'r ihtkin! ,; of Will cure IMbets. j ret'ainl'1 Judge II. A. Peeples and Colo- j throLe it is his cunning. The r.Ui THIS SIMMER THAN EVE I'IIFt UF.

bpi Mt>. tinitii.. Ilrd.If titjunslt'! '? Will! cure Stime lu Bladder "1 nd! Victor II. Knight to prosecute the i tribe celebrates his coronation in ani

The J.1"+n -1., i -: but fur ;:umlni>>s' I Will cure Kidney and l.UddfrNeap stilt? for l.m :i almost human way. The whole tribt S END US YOUR ORDERS NCW.

sake (.14111't,-; !iij \> ifo 1 said i.orew !- l/i -.-W. A. D'Altmberte, 121 1 or the house or juni
;':runary giitut-ix

lurk Journal.Men -- -- ;j.-I Palafox.__ __ ___ the )big i monarch steps out and suits Thompson, Olson & C ,.,

\\ill, 1(4 tt<>) '' j at the air. He prates his teeth wick-
i i Shah Leaves fngland.. r !I wily, during any ii\al tt. ouiie ami tri' Manresa Street Telephone 1I?.
lu the xcit ment of .. !lively ___
London Aup :25.-Tht-' shah !
flXl'r.1 Id: This hiliKk.. and If none otfcrs ho Is
clan lib1 b.'it rltC'11I1; .>r ir'tll- ,I farewell to England today aid i aveek's laxative I signature is on -;er11..1. '''_ g:nn -r tllt'lI' ..forth ;ri\<.n the bad in all mattci -
Bromo
they 'viiltrain thfir uiu-clesaiidsro :'> round of gait if. Hi1 1 I'; =QuinlneTaukts: I -:-. If a h..u,f Is unsafe or a ship WICKE & CO.
home iiuiHiikrnnt1 ore. Then theyor the nuetly that turn a cold la one day, I II
. irlnil .!h Jwy have Perry Divi; I gang to Paris where h.111 "i" r.d t1da I unlit for S.-L the king it is who leads ;

I Pahlklll..r .'ii tian.i tu M the the >'s incognita.; His departure, trim BANNER SALVEj th.' t'II,1'; away in time, and his sub

qan"rln;: nervef-; f> penetrate the j London was marked by \{.> saint the most healing A"\IIII8ln th- wards :I j''..t.never :u.:ilf"t him when he helps I I I III. Plumber Gas and Steam fitter
'
inucleMth wattnth and liealiL g scenes as were witnessed! on his ar- hun: >"'lt to the pick of the food or the ,
I I
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power. It lirfr relieved thrt pain of rival There was a big gamin rn." nf I -t iieMius pLiee. and his family ClI'l,

two ?eirt i !"u. t-f A ,ifficiats and military Jisplav. T'i" liars tilt :&n.
: I.argc bottle fluff TH) Ult'flCln'1 No. & South Palafox Street
special steamer which conteAeil! the I ) A World Wide Reputation.Chamberlain' i
I t All Kinds ot: Plumbingand Gas Fitting Materials KTKLKPHONR '
II I P"I..19n monarch to Frar.ri' li it ri "-
.
tsr Colic, Cholera and n1"V.NMOCH.A .'haA
"or i*.f nrc.in>: 'f ably..t I i vcr amidst! the t'.rine ,)f a royalaine -
Diarrhea -
Rf"medha"
t? I I't. '.. !, .. inn*! llselill art frle I and est ort>-i1 by a couple( of Priruhcrui reputation! for ito cures a world It wide
never
OH tiivsMiii: table, ami it is not MIlUBiMitt I ,
rs. fails! and is
l : plea-ant and safe to take.
to make a> ini;:ht be Miipi-i| |. I For sale by all druggists and deal JMI: AverYSC'CESSOB

A bland of ul out i-iiilit inclu's Miiire| Cures ers. .
i Eczema and Itching Humor
ii roii-rctl with pink blue linen. -- -----
or art
i
I Through the Blood-Costs Nothing ,
( TO AVERY t WU' :
and a riip of nutteruil i.- cut lane : to Try. ra The Qnet line of umbrellas ic: the
r
enough '" von r the whole nut etlcetlriourUhuiK | B. H. B. Botanic Blood Balm; i* city them is at J. I. Stephens1. Go lookat IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
ubll >.itch in whito tilo I

..-II... .\ little ,'jilnre pinctisliidii i I.. nest i now recognized a* a cert ,1t1 and sure
cure for Eczema Itching Skin Humor HARD15TARE.
Used un the board, with a reel of blaoU 1I ';no frs.

anal \\"biltottuu on either >i
cord is pa--etl through the reel 1 Pimple, Aching Boneor .
Iron, Nail Axe. .Shorrh: Haw Mill and "*te : .
i
amt a tarry knot maile at either side, Joint. Boil! ,. Carbuncles, PricklhisPain .
!Supplies, Cooking and Heating; Htove; Paw '
la..t..IM,1'II the 1-o.irJ tu the skin.: Old Kauri Sore.
to by two ?
:
To End Window Glass, Guns Pistols and Fihm Tai r,
a Coal
dmwiui p.iiv A iieetllelNM.k in the : Ulcer, etc. Botanic Blood Balm Strike PNA1AROCHEWINE

t-iiai-e t>f iiu ivy leaf is placed at the ; taken internally, cures the worst; and Agate and Tinware ana Uoii&cfurnisliiu, hood( .
mo-t ep-seated casts by eurichuiir, Use Gas.
lowest earuer. and a small pair of scis- t'1Q
i purifying and vitalizing: the blood, LrAOEX8 FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL CO.::
bars and a thumb! are plaetd! opposite, '
thereby giving a healthy blood supply If there is no strike on or impending CORDIAL Revere Giant i titched Belting Northampton: :E:
LrM loan l .
by <" p< of t.e:
the skin.
to Botanic Blood Bunt Hiest recommeaditions for cure el Poorness Wheel Co., Laftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson '
naiVd down by fur g.to\e buttons makes these awful skin .. I II kili'f. IncrcisM the ippctlte, arerpheas ,
a good addi annoying troub *.
the & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace
I how. iad Coups : Leather Ma-
It's cleaner I nerve. builds up the enure ijucro.me .
tion to the center. The outer flap is I Other remedies may relieve, but B. quicker, more II Made Railroad Color

much improved if it Is embroideredvitli B. B. actually cures, heals every economical-more 11 llmant
an initial, but some people preferto I sore and gives the rich glow o'f satisfactory every I II I PARIS Masonic Temple @ Penarola, f
K. fauirra A Co.Azrata I
health to the skin. Build the -than I
way
else
work an instructive motto, such as up anything ; for heating S.Y.rEMMYRQYAI.

I ".\ Mitch In time saves nine." I advied blood broken-down red for and chronic nourishing.body and old makes cases E-pecial-that the lighting and cooking. Want to I I w. B. WRIGHT comPANY,


I Henry L. Sbattnck: of Shelhbur 'j doctor, pateut tnedictnee and hot know about the figures? A call in

i f' hw.lw"curedofastoIDJrhtrouble: i sprits* fail to cure. Druggist, fl. person or by telephone ttPILLS 1 MANUFACTURERS AND VIA *
'itb which he had been at.dieted for To prove B. B. B. cures, sample sent a letter or l,

ve-ir*. by four boxes of Chamber II free and prepaid by writing Blood postal will bring the right answer. S c at'fA'tn :,TER.' 'iVMi I:4 LUMBER LATHS,
uiu'-, :>tomacti anJ Liver Tablet; f Balm Co., Atlanta, Oa. Describe t I. Itf.I ...1 (" '4 "wile" 1>>.. ,
,' ......
He b. il previously tried many other trouble and free medical aJvice sent 11 wi De.c-e.' ...._. T.ke..du... BehM.
j a'.Irtld.u. ,..
medic* and a number of phyician in sealed letter.rynjlalain. Pensacola Gas Co I ----. 8.r.1pr i
with, 'It relief. For sale by all dru-// Keilerr m ;ht Away ..1 k.IP.Ued.q dietra.W..4..i Te..LL.....,"'

gisu acd medicine dealers II lad>...kesasee enletw ;saaJtotda,. 25 and 27 E. Garden St., Pentaccla, Fla. I InIlatlU>.l p.&:1,.D.i.n....,.H i..u..a... (1kte.leelae.k.lrw atsu.. I'IUL4., exfi. ...,., r.,*;.a. FEN ACOLA, FLA



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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA THURSDAY. AUGUST 28 1902.i .

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--- ,.' H.tcif I'. "tI nrtoD.l' I I
f
w be a regular meeting! oft ,
Slow
Medical Society 81

"f Health f'tr.cet '

i t".1ay. P Ppt. 9 and 23.icuns Is the fate of '

are cordia.lj
vLyoUTfo"d I

V .it d.. W. C. DEWBERY, stomach]. In and fact, it


oCKEK, President. \tail;t,4 ')" _: ( I Ii i i i ii i .

secretary 1"Ii rJ \\:

ct it' L for Infants and Children.


PARKER'S It" It'I"' : 1 Kodol is the Ca"toria i< a harmless sul ...(itule for Cantor OH, Pan--

gyp HAIR BALSAMClnc halo I eat it stren gone, Hropoil and Soutlttti: Sjrup': It is iI'loftsint. It
uxl briuUiri at
'r- f an n a !oint puwffl. i f' k the stomach. contaiix neither Opium. lorphiuc nor other Narcoticsubstance.
N.see rats: to Kutort Gray \ Cathartics and I\> 'erihness..
AVorms and
to ita loulhlul Coior. It destroys allajn \
ll
'' ,, Cum ir.....p 4 ......k ho r l .ucj. I i' Kodol cures. It It cures Diarrliu-a aid "'illll Colio. It fl."lit'1't..th.-
e ndil'oat Imp on Five years aso a disease the doctors called inir Troubles and cures Cou-tipatinn. It regulate* thu

scarcely ItO I took quantities of pepsin and Stomach and IJinveN, chin healthy and uattlralllel'l".
?
drowning man grasps at a straw I grabbed at
I a few bottles am sound and welltORGII: The Children' Panacea-The Mt,ther'" Frieml.

r t fe CURE.* Ri(YOURSELF 0 for unnatural 1r It can't help The Kind You Have Always Bought
dlah.realod.maotone. T'he$1 bottle contains 2"4 times as much actual
_e IrntaxuD or olcl'rillUODiI Prepared by E. C. IH-\YU &Co.
,,,, tt uiucoot nwubranea.n4 !. Bears the Signature of
'.43. 1..1111.... nut astria- DtWltPS WlfCb Hotel 521\'C a _
or POUUDOU.oldby skID
iM ;.:Ce. Feat I

,Ir,0 DraRIau, I John Sheppard,Harris' i
or trot in pIa!u WrarPff,
a If nrrwn, prepaid, for -
0 II ..... or 3 tvulm, t..". !
i ',,radar ..,10& en rto \ eat THE GIANT'S CAUSEWAY.

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I'orniMliun and Appparanre af Till : I

DR. KING'S nld Freak of Nulnre. : : I In Use For Over 30 Years.THE .

The Hunt's wuiotnvay i is situat('() at i tMr eru..". core.... n .u.nv stuffy ..fw 00" r.n

TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR i thr.1)1 tll..r:1 extrtuiity of County An d1I
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trim. .> short! ilisuiit fn.m Port Ku-h.

THAT COLD. Irel.md\: it toesists uf cuuitlm hot# I GARDEN SECTION

TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. if a--.dt1i i j'ill.uxaryin? in shape .

I umptjottCoiighs '' from j |N Mitiiroii to an octagon, the aver.r j i oOFoPensacola"

', :- I.-uctft:: of each column or pillar
I.ronchiti0 Asthma : ) {
I 1N'ill: aliout! eighty; feet the Whole Florida
:: ,
.lal IayFeverl'ieU- :I .-tI",1! .o. i.iM-ly to-rrllier:: til:it a klif.!
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f Irippe Hoarseness, l.i.ilf.lll'l{ h.irtlly lio in>.i.nlrl between ; ; Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
,
tJii-i.i. Itt the furnintlon of tli\ ,.".,. pi illar ,

j mat: Croup and : > i< It: the least wonderful part !

,;! ('Ough. I aliout Ihi':.L :for, allbmiu'li: tlio.v 111:1I I IM : Beautiful Lots for Sale.

I < -,'!!It..l ..y tlioiixanJs mho tens ofIhuuv.iiiK
NO CURE. NO PAY. { : j
BOTTLES FREE. I each cViiimii is fa! UioneJwitii 40x137 feet at from to each accord-
and $1. TRIAL j % $75 $200 ,
a : that suggests a ina"ui' :
sjiu-uotry: ;
--- I | < Vui'Iiwork. Tlieir! <"mr"itloa is I ing to location and surroundings.

t.0GOLA Y=
"u.iMj't.irtiT: l.uie{ :IIH! da)'. otie-iiuartcr ,

;!:, ''-t |i-tr-' iron "nch pill.T I eing; di- i !: i!I High, Dry Fertile Lands.
r and Corn Weal Mills I : :
viil..l into reir'tlnr It laths or joint? : --- ----- -

wlin-b: \ eoin toi-'ether as n perfect, nat'
The for investment ever
'! t: GONZALEZ 4 CO. Prop s, ur.il I>:.iII\ :1.1 socket union. I grandest opportunity
i cffered in Pensacola.
MtnaUctcrert Altli'niiJi to 'Mfound in mali dota ; ;

'IIKGUOUNII'KKI hinei.ts iimlnililc.1 in the diffs.saiids --
lt\1.-\'Iin: ) 1M j <
Home Seekers ShouUl See These Lots.
rOCK : ). i eto) fur some distance along; the
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I. Honm Industry.for there li slwMv. the prin<-ii>al SToKntlons t'orm- ; I
.1. .:: you tboald bay your Mt-alane tai the consist of
. : romtbe Hom MaaafHCtarf. I ; causeway PI-OIKT .A. V.ClubbsCornt
) .,ni you ncourftz" borne judo- !I three prnjo4'tinms or toncues known as I { : .
mont-y Irftln the comm ntty j I I little, middle and grand causeways. 'I Ii
Ii 'n tuia art Indirectly bmeatea I I I i i I r Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
lag the borne nmautncturer yon j These singular: columns are of different
.t.. to thcCHUneof labor. Yon owommnnlty I 1 lengths and present an astonishin? zip. "
live andS
ID which you
:ontrlbut.: .. to YOUr sonport.PROFESSIONAL 1 pearance as they stand, an army of at P, 0. HRE='IT. WM. II KXOWLK8, W. K. HYER, JK., J. $. R1 F.BL

least -141.'".II) stron: marshaled on the j President. Yce-Preuddnt Catbivr. Aea't 'a8hler
,
shores of Erin as if ever ready to do I

:: CARDS. battle with the rising tide.

...,, ._ _. I
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National
First
t-titiiiiu iiiiuii Mulling; I

W C. ROWE, M. D. .\ housekeeper' who Las made the es-: i f I : : |I

IK-riinent 17 S. ralatni \
IE'.1 like earpet and put down I II : : I i
I :8 : OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
It m And tn p. mi'tlC)1tO
.
lietttr and ea>ier than in the 11"1:11:1) .
I I
)"' \\ ith maitinsr tack Undoubtedly l I
on. I DXE'-EOTC: > ""Ja
this iii.'th'1'l would increase the wear i,
I of the mattim; if it were neces-sary to WM. H. KNOWLEd, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. UKENT ',V. K. HYKK JL
I .
:;: .I t.ike! it up often. One or two liftiiifrs;: I D. O. BRENT,

"I'11I,1 1 Ii II:: are apt to tear it unless the I I >>


*OR PEOPLE. I: j-'riMtf-t rTe is Used I elation'I: !'I : : : : ,; rmi G n &d mnt! x bn u ,t U If,


"1 had: dialit-tes in its wor=t form" \

I writes; Marion Lee: of Dunreith : :
.. Cent '
i <-i> \ i a ,
Ind. "I triM "i;.:htphysicians with- trWe draw oar own Bills of ExcfcanRe on Great Britain, JreJaD"
.'-, H, r.l iUeod l out relief. Only three dottles of 0'0.
Germany France. Austria, Italy, Holland Hpam. Eclginm, Kaasiu, KOI
i' 'r\hI) I ley's Kidney Cure made me a well
.. nuii.V.. A. D'Alembene, 121 S. "a1. 1t'a.jen, Denmark and other Eartpfan conntriea.OU .
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I'I. 1'..1.1 fllx.
10 J. I'N J 1. -- --- Veaeela Disbursed upon 'hv Mos Favorable: Terms, aDd theft

I Lombardrchllertnr<>. ; Obligations Taken Payable at Port of leBUratlon Ten or Flfteei Pat 1

''I I improved real fssll TIll' Lombard H) II' of an-hiterture! after Vessel Arrives there
low ---- ---
n. MI Lt-ilm ainounURt t:. Krooks. I to which our Norman is nllieil. plaiiil fdTSafety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection
I'alatox M.. M<.!I.Tmlra the support conspicuously, in the wall. :
I : with which we have a Priva Auartnoent for theUEi
Of vrat ,hirku.-ss. with l.irce:: bl.inksjures
I : :
M; S .(1" yon nerd lI1'nl'y1 tuipUT'i'ii and prominent, the ; of Renter
'W any amount you want walls plainly tell tLI'lr'ork and theirrapacity '
t'rllh And lo.U rater I .
,hh'11 mprovt'd city rvftlt : { to 41<, it. The ornamentation

t ei-hrr:400th lD-t Palit- '' i stiliM-rueiit to tluidea.\ Shallow I I WE WILL'FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !

reess.x an-1 paneling brin; the sur-

I \M' 't" BKKKIIA' MDMCYu.y wall Wro' tndav'.r! rnr Jln.t
!:>x'r of the into prominent r.t .
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t,..,. p. I ro1.1 ,
? 'P
Ills'
.as
Ifl"Irryourprlprrty pro- .. "
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Window -' amlfl wl at u ,
\Vln-re l for orliMir '
ri 4
they are pi I f "d
it nf tltlr. buy or Fell real rt. Hi ..< ir,. ficuirM .. .
,pi-rty of Allid."crlption. bare d the l.cvfliiis and nioMini in {perilwHtive : : .w ., i ,.11
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1' M1I
-il or your tars attndfd to I"" ,', I. t \ .,' .. ...
.
idea of treiurth.Tin .. .
the
t.lr..s I'hoi. 1'. 'A'atson Co.Hi.rt increase > :: I f I I ur', l f i ifl .tt... .
lfh
u' "w. f "
Insurance "oC..nh. I"l'n"- an-ading j-oint! to tinptli.. Tilt 6 0 .
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.I'r.' ii 'i i -1 i jir." !
'I" IrI nln(''rate 'f" rvrryOuA circular arch indicates tin- solidity of l.lt-, .. \ iri "::41,14'1 h', vi. i .,-1' \ .-. e
>, front u* ww alit lend money N I' an ..r.' P 11 w.u 11 *. ',iIhf i
1"llid. boum rd-tfI the wall ale. The circular windows 'i r 1 C1' tl ; .ii 'IwIiLW.. 11.nlv' ;i u\..lid i,.
I II MI-l'liYr IMnB. '
tr v a fn Itiff 4
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', K'' .lli".i..l.liillcforia'uauI'
ir'tent
I Id
of IMIWIT.In II ahT"' T t.rL Ucnlhiiirun 4..I lnent
1amfen If J I' n .., . .' .. .
i' r 'I.
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a 111 r
11,1 I .K cur 'nWor for : the Ksyptian the wall is uuno.I ., .f ,I. I ,,,. ".1 '.' ". .; ,MI h >... -j

I .01. apply *t11. Kl:!:,llw(irt'K.IM I I tired, in tIlt (trick !it rece-Unl trom !'> _\t. I. 'I. ,w t\.1.rte ','"p..... .. .". .L-, 'h'... ,'.r*.

I ..ipill the ll.\zintini it plajtil no : : C.r ,larrr"" >lI' r ill, r. bm w. a ? '
,' '\1, f \I Ir .I > '. .
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fur <;."< -H .U..MIIil in the Moresque it !Is chopped lip I w a., \I ." 1- @
part ao 'r '' rh a 41 'If C
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,
> r Ilidstaii in a U>* 1 alu i it I { l :
.I"'tc;,'rl. liou.' In jond con- and scattered. hut in the Lciinbard. mania y. Mr AL..L llilllll. t r II III) llua'l di-'laj,
'.'1 trout by '*left di'f p. |K without Jmttre it asserteditself

tf.tlltl.V! amt i as the main or clement pilaster of support. I SAl VONA SOAP CO.. Cor., 12th S PinE Sts. ST. LOUIS. MO.

Fun !'ot vi < i :. i -IAJllrlon Tablet. -.----- ...-. - .j. ::".-- ;i!. -- "' -..-':: ,,)
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below Cost, a Mmnmiiiii -
! > 1.-r i nt ,
Ill frrntr Sil.tnLe."The NOTIfK. CHOICEST
; Ju-t front for factory. i.
tomtit.*. organ. ilH'.kk and mistake of life," said the I ..'
"'bb..r'. my I have been ant' nzi to tikt ... .
r IM'iii Drina| rust.hi .-
n'larruponast.. If I reminiscent! man.: "was when I was.solllnat : uib'-crij tiouf<.r ,111.. Jt nntAg-


I r fOr uiot.. d' lrAbIA .lot In One d.ty patent I tended medicines a review in 1m"io of aerark Hryaii'a paper: "Tlif Coinuioner. f FRUITS AD CONFECTIONERY f 1
KUhnrK I'
> ou "a'y t rm by tb and The price i1.0U per year in advance. -
resdment. I1wldt'nly'l.rr
.
\ .ne;. !"*-, South 1'aiafoi
Thoiriur the
1'111", man in the ranks began sneezing 1'01'I I I papercan -A'l -

I I all he Wit worth. In a trice 1 had iiis..mpie !.\ I f : have it -pntt-i them! by l'CdlDgfl.OO
I. Ilelii \\\'aull'. to the under=l.n&,1.
-. -... case open and was tryst; to I H. C. APOSTLE'S
- ; M. R.I. UK, ,
sell the carload of \
commissary a maiitigrip i
1 torn to 1.'Arn barber trwd"i Carp Dailv: N>-
> irainniK., Irt'P .urk. f\p 'rtKKlit Relicts when he rudely Informed : I, way 14 Ea! Gwrment! ] St.
,
:; week rviiuiriHl. ttCpAt I ; -- -- --- -
me that the trlnl"rt' o"lhailinir 1,1'
"' p.pi'il saturJav lnduc\\/lIC.>>m"nt)nuarnn-. to air with delisrht the arrival of Ccii; I \\f\ i = Formerly Cordova H- -: mrautHtanC
'II dianurr. '" ntf tixliiy.nil. : i > Every Woman O.iecir.aii '
of PI'
..,"'. N..K lirlcan, I.". oral Akachtwclifbiilooski. -Judce. I i / II[ ; li- it: J, 71
aiiuf "- :::: 15: t It'I'" !.' to fi.UO per doz> n.r2i .
I l I i .1,_ 'an ; a.
A PHYSICIAN HEALtD. e "I\RIl'tlhirlinq;i SprayTv -

W.1'1:11. Dr. Oec. Kwinir, a prarticin? pliy5ici.ni : I I .. 'II.'i.: ...t...,.' ) E
\ i 0.1"Icuor; will pay '' r.rJLl 1
fcr \ > >. 1 \1 L t 1II.
of Miiith'Grove, Ivy. .
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i Ill to nttSit on.d- ,__ J I'O..h ..II;
,
"!!!c. m-\t1. thirty *, writes hi* ..,..... .. ., \ /fl
over year a. lI'h" .. It. _xT > TII-"t '11e .' :c .eor

> -AH KILO* o( vnipij here I experience with F' Iey'.. p.r"OIllI/! / : 'K'.I'. 'nmd..dl, : ewes i I/.e".. to H\fs.illJ If f 'f.a.:1.
( ,
-. H. A. KKIIDVAN. novttfI ,o".r. t".i w u t i : T n- '. .
had been t Ir
Cure: "P'or yar..1 great-1 1 bun urI\ >k "". lKl :t /I. rn 1. 7 trd tr'r ;\, @9'I
.
bladder :It. |nri. r n 1 "r* i.innuwtlno T.y{ ri-iii h 11... 1
*." HI !...1 i-y. ---I I II ly bothered with kidney and I : U.H-I. 1I IRS ..L (n.. I 48 't: .
trouble and enlarged prostratealand. "", it 'U, r, .',
I t .. 'r. the I'rt'niUt on all I Kooin We Times Kldf: Nc. York ,
.O 0 If 0 II funJCGISf'
known to I
I u-ed everything
'''1)1" -. Km tiitvou. in I Ii'
,. i "-11. .''mil* t the profess >u witnout relief until! I j
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i iIM
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JtnmE'I\'Ad to use Foley's Kilney
LOD6K DIRECTORY
> 1 l.TltV."MK I
Cure. After taking three bottle* I LaurelsAgain -
KKmv1 and cured. 11
7hmUKNStocli
< : I' w t. entirely relieved
.' -..' and I*R4. for .Al I.*.I prescribe it now'd lily in my pr:1- !
101 1Slili. Uar.1."r..l.o.... IPrif i tice and heartily: recommend it* u-H I KNIGHTS OF PYTHlAbFpn

IIA IIIIOIpi- to all physicians for such troubles. I I Parle bIoosltIcIo
coU lutdgf. No.3. K. of P m made t he Gold
:I-K I 1 have pre-cribed it in hundreds of Award tQ
11 I .' \K'I > K-M nulactnr' rtr.rr cae,, with perfect SUCCPS*." 'V.\. 1 meets every Monday T LIng
Hair .
. IB t.wxl Hats 1'ou..tI at !. '1 at Castle Hal'
all Oil etc m w. 6overumrnt I Il'Alemberte,1215. Palafox. ID the Bloaat -. Watts I.W.HARPER
I tluUdnrlblrclllo>r. e- ;
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!
Vlsltinir brotbreo eordiail-!
,\ter-. I 'nr _1'unerul... If you want a good Bed h welcome: KENTUCKY !!

I 1,0 Fi4R H.... :K.\L.-. ; ;' stead or (l nice Crib for the \ : H. HORSLKR: If A i.ri WH1SKEVCold
I., In hOUQU .lr UPCralde.lae.t K K. it P.
r or"no Y.1 \\...1 'irraory'rd bubgo to Marxian (5'jOUillCL'S.

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i iWe Seasonable householdand jdo
jai
r i t-'l.U'\1H. I few(Men.
--.vwvv..w I Ad VinrMa f tlfE ,
: kitchen utensils at the (hicgo 1 'M.SOli .
a r U"! al': K'oral lt"lgn.-
.. c :> -d for co-tonun will launder your spreads tot !
'1 'o\.t (;rfogory. !15 tents each and make them loot Willis Hardware Co.'s.
:.dl"D like uw Mar Laundry. I I ) fl hiLtlai;l ; LfU.THE .

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THURSDAY. AUGUST 28. 190ij
! THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA
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.1i FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY. -

I Why Do You Submit to a Daily ; MARITIME CHARGES !I (J2SE5S52S2SH525HS2SHSH52S3Jnl *! - -

LOCOMOTIVE i
Life of Suffering ? SOCIETY[ EVENTS YOU NEED SHOES

PENSACDLATOWAOE
PORT OF 1

FIREMEN'S PICNIC I AND PERSONALS WE NEED ROOM :


YESTERDAY Paine's CeleryCompound TARln's-Free. or un- oJ"--- -

\ contracted for vessels: Sre r tr te t-7nt7CaS7 Ol'K CJKKAT AND 3IOST :'\l'n.1: (

Round towage (in and out and two i Senator S. R Mallory has gone to I II

The picnic given at Magnolia IJluH harbor moves), ::5c.: per ton. This I Tate Springs: Tenn., to enjoy a well- : ODD AND END SAl 1

yesterday and lat night by the L. & i CURES rate applies whether vessels tows or earned rest. \

>. Locomotive FirenWi, for theM not. Ii Miss Alice Eakins of Mobile, who : IS ACCOMPLISHING THIS I"llI'I.-. ,

: Summer Dyspepsia Indigestion i contracted for: has been the guest of Mrs. A. W. I
Pearl
-aeft of the Eagan: Vessel not free, or
Orphans'I I !I McReynolds, returned home yester i II LADIES' OXFORDS MEN'S OXFORDS I LADII I ,
}{ I ton
llonm and the Woman's Inward- Ballast lOc. per ; I
and Stomach Troubles.The I II'
day.
a t+succf in every particular and was: loaded. 15c. per ton; moving iu hare I.I *3UO fau

liberally patronized. Prizes were II tortures and evils of summer I bor, 3c. per ton. Captain Frank Kojjhich Orleans left the 'I' Pat Lelther&: Yici Bide "jci Rids, All Toes Pt r

dyspepsia and indigestion are experienced city last night fo: New NOW NOW 1
awarded .b follows: I by thousands at this time City, to and from Qnarantine, 4e. where he will take command of the i ,

Lit td 1'ritrx. The dyspeptic's train of evil may per ton; to and from White Point, steamer Monarch. $2.11. $2,89. $1 j :
be enumerated as follows: feeling*
under 5
K -t looking girl baby
of dizziness, languor nervousness, t(!. per ton. will
After Sept. 1 an extra charge
y..urs, joM ring, Louie \\'Il.o sleeplessness headachy distensionof : Schooners,: no u n d-LIg-ht. or be made for sending out dinners. LADIE05'! OXFORD MEN'S SHOES IEX II
stomach loss of flesh difficult
the ,
H<.-t looking boy biby uuder bye breathing, and the action of the loaded one way 13c. per ton; loaded ; Short Twentieth orders at Restaurant.present prices. I $25O f 1.2;; ..

:+rs, by'.. Hue cap, Jo eph Shee-: heart is s-eriouMy fleeted. both ways, 20c. per ton.SteamerMoving i j Century_ : Tan Canvas
Pat, and Yici Kids I I'blll'li'
All forms of dyspepsia are quickly ,
hau. banished by the use of Paine's Celery in harbor, S25 1:; SPECIAL WEATHER REPORT. L SOW SOW I ,.

Hid'. .yard foot race, under 15: Compound. The U*e of this assisting over
Heu- i marvelous medicine allays the iu- each tug; employed; ,1 $169. 74 cents.I I $15 t

rear<. bottle cologne, Eloise 1 1drlcJ.1. iUuittiation of the nerves centered bar, $lvO each tug employed. 1t j A depression is central over Louisiana

abut the stomach ; it opens up the- :
I I 1 CHARGES -
STEVEL'OKixo Dis-j advices -
sewers: of the b">dy and removes all which according to received
Hoy's W-yard foot race under 15: kai- LADIES' OXFORD:! BOYS' OXFORDS MEN; :" t
matter the blood 25i. j
waste ; it cleanses : charging: Ballast, ; guano at 10:40 a. m. will move eastward -
fine tie, Cht Wilson.P I it mikes new nerve fibre ; it restores ', $350 Oslo;
year lu bags,30c ; |
4Ui. same that
salt etc.
diie-tive: power, and promotes odi- nit, ; causing thundersqualls,
,t three standing jump; for ALL STYLES Pat Kidsaud \"Iel Plant .t,1 '
1 and Mr. Fred. R. rails 35c. Loadj j ,
IvtreDfrtn activity. pyrites 23c.; ; R. may violent along the east Gulf,
girl, bottle Cologne, Eloise lleudnc Ito-s, Clarendon. Iowa, briefly writes oOcu.ft. lumber I I NOW NOW I :\1) .'.
o aoout hi- happy experience with ing: Timber, K)3.per) ; Florida and Georgia coasts this I

*>. I'I!' Paiue'< Celery Compound as; fullow TO to uric per bolo; lumber andtimber evening and tonight. II I, $2.94. $1 38. /I 51.2-1

Hest three standing; jumps; for boys, -?:- -- --- 1
deck a to JtOc. cu.ft. ; ,
on pr
"It to testify -
me pleasure
gives great
J'yny-Ratsam Stop the Tickling,
lull and bat, Charlie J.arnett. to the merits of Paine' Celery bulk grain. %I, Infl '
> stowing and trimming | L."CQDIcl.IT 1LIIIL; m'ruo.IJot.1n Ultf ni\M.&
I' 1 and -- -- -- MEYER SHOE CO.
Mot popular married lady, fine Compound. can candidly : -- ,
honestly say it is the bet medicinein *1-W per 1.1I()) bu. ; sacking grain per C.A.aTO<2A. 1 ,
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hatMr l *. tieo. Hotfinan. the world. Two year* !ago I was bu.. 3c., ; sack hire 3c.; stowingsack Bun the its Kind You Hats AtoaYS: 3c=ght j j8lgdetue

Mot popular married nun ham uffenuff from indirection and nervouinea screwed, Fed FnrnMiep, for l'ah Onlj.
*, and was so rundown that I grain 30s.; cotton #/l.l-#, : 1
tieo. Hollmaa and Ed WaUou.Mot 1 of .
could hardly walk without help. I 3-jc.; per bale; loose, hand stowed, .
single lady, picture, I u-td two bottles of Paine's Celery -- -- 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
jiopular Compound and got better aiuiost Oc. pet bale: ; round bale, 15c. a bale;

)'lh's Ethel: :'aarez. 1 I from the first do;e" and have had no I' oil cake, avc; phosphate rock, 30c. i OPERA HOUSEFRIDAY i
Mot five 1 ue for medicine since. I was completely ;
popular single! 111\U.
for leveling staves
I cured. and 5c. extra ; pR.Pou
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pounds Coffee, Croua Suarez. '
and general cargoes, SOc.; cotton-
Bert married pair I AUGUST 29.
looking lady
NOTES OF ,! seed meal, bones, bran, dour grain I : : : : FEED, LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.
vandal+, Mrs. Ed Watson.H ---- -
!I sugar, and like general cargoes in
-.-l looking married man box I TIN: WO [}IWl'SiHERRMANN OPEN DAY AKD NIGHT. iVe t Itt.ilt.ii-ia Mr-,,i.
POLICE COURT bags, 30c. ; rosin 30c. ; pig iron, I .
candy, I.. C. 1'arnell.
dumped, 2jc.: ; trimmed and stowed, POU & QINQLES I
Mo-t popular fireman oti grounds, Managers.
I ; .toc.; tobacco, 62'c.: per hhd. ,

tndoliu, Dan McCaskill.M Rufe F.dmundson, white,wa; fined : Bunker coals may be had, trimmed I I ..J\ /l...

-t popular engineer on grounds, I' ...THE GREAT... jf
*23; this morning for cursing and under chutes or at R. R. whar\'t's'l

get tKipoouJ.. I.. Hall. abusing; Station Keeper George fer 1300: per short ton ; alongside in I IN A MASTER! PROGRAM OF R. POU

Mo-it popular: engineer's wife on "'
:Stockmger. Edmundson was arrested trimmed in F
23c. extra
I stream, ;
grounds rocker Mr. F. C. Bradley. ]! TueJn.ui'.ht. while drunk, stream/oOij. extra. New Magical Sensations 1 ,
I FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMED
1 .01..01.
Mo-t popular fireman's wife on AfroMI'AMKI HY
Police Officer When
i by Campbell. POUT CIIAKtES-\\'harfage, sail,
ground*, prdinieru and pedestal: 17 West Ickn&ncia Street. Otlii'e" Phone. 31. ReslJenc' I1
| taken the station he
to wa an-
very
ton The Musical Goolmans
,3-lu of lc., steam, j c. per per I 3- ..01.\

Mrs. LewUTbarp. I I gory and this increased after l.e was and pxcepted : \I
1 1 day, Sundays holidays ; 1
I;..,.t lady dancer, silk pirasol, Mis* locked When he found he could rixnvAK. :
A :jirsit'Ai
up. harbor fees, lc. per ton; !.jC. per ton .THE BIG STORE;:
Luole Powell
!; ;get no bond he began cur-ln Mr. for steamers calling for bunkers; !, .

P.f't gentleman dancer, shaving :j&tockmger, his family: and everyone i 1 ONE 1ALEEK '
Andrew I'.olliue. 1 quarantine, none. o-_ =-====- =__-_ _- .w== 0
.et |lor his antecedents The matter, PILOTAI.E TARIFFS-Per foot of | OM.MEXCINO '
('.'iip in I'titCI4.'fhH 1 Our Buyer is now in Nw York purchasing tor m au
when brought to the attention 1
| mayor's of ;
draft. up tD and including feet o j MONDAY SEPT. 1. I Immense Stock of
awarded
prizes were ,
coupon
i today caused His Honor to inform 1 draft, !six feet, f2; nine feet, *3i;

a* followin the order mined, from the defendant he must not thirteen and a half feet $4; nineteen I! MATINEE SATUUDAY. r Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods

the first to twelfth: I abuse families of police ollicers. I and a half feet, *5; twenty feet and :I Carpets Mattings and House Furnishings.
No. :; *j-Jake Oro.-koplT. THE CELEBRATED ,
"The officers themselves have Each harbor movement,
over, $ti.
No. ::-T. R. :'Illith.o. I I i To Make Room for the Stock will
enough; to bear, and the abuse of | S3; city to quarantine or vice versa, Boston we Inaugurn't
l :MiMittie i
:(s- Canton.No. t
I their families by a man who knows calling for bunkers'i
$1U; steamers |
MONDAY AUGUST 1 J0-t
r ;"-Earl iWVin. i ,
1t I all he is doing cannot be permitted i in and out, S2.-1) per foot of
U I Nil. .1-1.\. Mttz.No. Ideal Co i
said the mayor. Edmundon said Opera
:,1 draft.:
I
; 7u7-lcu Roberta
A Great Clearance Sale
i he would take an appeal on the ca-e. --- ----

;i j No. iu7-Cull Boydeu.No. After Sept. 1 an extra charge will 35 ARTISTS.

"' .('.'-Mrs. Wages.::: '1 Gertie Fitzgerald, white was takenin be made for sending out dinners. -- --- -
t 'I Short orders at present price 1
t No.'lti-\Y.1'. I'rlr'of( Mobile. charge; last night by Ortlcer: Twentieth Century Restaurant PRESENTING STANDARD AND IIHGOIl DKl'AKTMKNT. CLOIIII.NO.

i o.Ii: ,,-H. S. Webk 1 Campbell for cursing and for being; GRAND OPERAS: One lot of Scotch Iawnand All-Wool Blue Serge Suits r'
French Challies Ityards for 3oc.I : Fine All-R'ool Imported :'
No. -"Jj-MrJ J.ltirker. I drunk. After the officer had arrested : GRAND ORCHESTRA. I One lot of fine imported Silk Fin1 [ Alpaca and Mohair Coats and '. .'.

X. .... -K. >Mttz. I her she jumped on her friend and MAffiTIMES 1 Shed Madras at 21c per yard, worth at le-s than half price
Large and Handsome Chorus. I regular 35c. I I Full stock of the celebrat.d IM:' .
beat him in the face. She is an old ---- I
Madras
One lot of Hoe imported '
I |I 6s5 Trouper now on hand r -}
ot i 01' S\Hrr. offender and the mayor so informed EXPORT" MONDAY NIGHT 17c, worth regular: 25c. I pair sold with a guarantee.
For A/iui to date f MRiAKIII'
One lot of Sea Island Percals, full
1 1 1l'lra.ult her when he imposed a line of *2"j.Win. THE COMIC OPERA SITCKSS.SAID I ,
\.ay to Dritc Awaj thIllae. e EDNor yard wide, at lOc, worth 1 >c. siioi! :! .

-- 1,10 lIgur.I.1k."'. uxeuvaJ. Boston, to PASHA. o KJyards finpSwi's Lawn worth 50 pairs Ladies'Oxford- aui r: 'r ;'
I Crowell; white, who has 11 11 Bo: >cr :i regular I'j to 25c yard, this ale lo
Slippers at 7-.c a pair, wlrtf.! EI I ">
-- yards for 5)8e. j
A fo"-l H at will bnu{ bick health
I. il ro...\ ihfeksto thr sick ae we.'. j I I charge of a bat at the foot of Olivia <'l.F.Aiku. !it)t51IK PKICKS: A few of those! fine, fancy ParasoU !j 75 pairs ,1.:10 Strap Slipper-. *. :'

.,- p'ti' ',- the ,: il.HP of the heultlij is street was up today for blockadingthe GUII1'ranaltuorLlrerpoot Span fie Kranci-oa. 1J7.. Kebevarrl, wall KU, tqr by li. = C3. as Exact OOc. left which we are offering: at cost. Its I pairs f 1.73 Strap Nipp..rr| ,':.

a pretty !gold food to know ab '
man
liily in MiiuifHjiiilH says, "I am IT pos cedar loa". nti'"t uars,1.a', Seats: on Sale Friday
'I' llls i'.aur !':,',$' pioak staved, :!';i ski c b .
(suchin: Hii'hii'ia-t upon tlo ?UDJBCI had built a new b,>:tt and it is cow !I oil cake, value il.j?!,!, t Snlyrna Rugs, 21x51, for 'I.\TTIS
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(.1 (ii.ipi'-Nut* th it I w-diit to state Aft I a *1.45.Smith's. .
for Crowell' boat &iO of K ':"
ready launching. 1 yards Matting in n.L:
w ill 't.Ull'''- n( Its value tliiit have !: AT rAUTISE.. VRr Smvrna Rugs, 26s5l, for "
'ilmrNrVi at worth 23 and ,
17'gC, ; c.
C.'in* unili-r lily p"rol'JUjl expeliehce.[ is in the way and is also in the street j s< Olivrmorv. 1:';n. James Buenos I H; J1.S5. >
; I wat.ik> n ill with.ipioutou. : Ayrrs \.a :St Lucia to $: utberiand-lnntsCu i :Smith's Smyrna Rug* SixG1) for oCO yards Matting iu Rcuii.a.M-
itch trouble, -" Ill tlut the ,;li ;htt--t |i Sentence wa suspended on him on .e:: $2 lj.'I' c, worth 'JOc.5o .

a lltovemtattau-ednlepainsadcould! I condition the obstruction is moved THE SHIPPING. :: "Smith's Smyrna hugs, ixT2: for ) yards China Mattn ; "t '/
take nothing into uiy sionuicti or i>- I Io i ?:j 35. yard.
: o'clock this afternoon.
tainen nifiiiciiif IIr watt-r.nourishmentut I lua ]I 1 before 5 o ,.tstl.: : -IN 1'UKT.rEA.U1Ia. k iii mr[ t One lot of Keystone Smyrna Rugs, 2, K)0 yard good China Maitii..' 't
h..toLi tAU daywithout. 'Co Jx6o.+ for $1.aJ. :ffl'.c: yard.
!I1.. liu-liai'd! .Ut; ested trying ; Dave Town; d.: colored, was a defendant 1 c One lot of Carppt End Rugs, full I
Ur.iptt :\lIt.., I hr HurboltLiGShkletonto; : Hulll- ':=- 1" 3 yard long:, for b9c.Smith's PAISTSSU V\iMMf.
Th" nur,.e prepared: sonic with for threatening to strike bis van Tiniiirr Co Axmluister Rues withmanufacturer's ',
lr City of i>louc*-.t"r, SUi, M.Iburn.to I "I'! ;
:
i' irr
warm wit"rugtr :.ird cream and I brother and mother with a picket, jail Tru'csitCo guarantee, 27x70, for Black Diamond R'f. ;
took IfIt.'tllI.:1 at first until I Iau raucisea, 1>>... Echevarl to Gulf j nB TAUUNT $2.15. per allon-Kuaralll -' n! -t' [ 1 1. It'
found it cau-H I 1::.. uo [iam aud for and: for stealing: and pawning a coat I II Transit Co iKr An irntnpnse-U"-k i I!. "-' 1'i i.
I Forest pale, :::.14. 1'inkham, to W L Cl'UTAINS.:
ten days I t''<'t; no other noarUhnieut. l and picture. He wa fined $10. i: Witttcb Co < I from Ji to u.r per /i..' s .
the duct r %':.- ,Mirvri-ed I I Br l'ortol: ".:: Roberts, to fensuco- <:=-- Elegant stock of Lace and Swiss Carriage Paint n. :', .t v.rHy I.
my improvement and diJ not reetit la Lumber ( oItKrglnalnnaY4Rizzo, tolultTran I Curtains at 15 per cent less than i eh5c quart.
attributing the speedy cure to Confine Bozeman, a coloredpolice 1 til: ("JI.-
i my ) i itht' 'SltCO C I' ular price. I Household E- n1 I--
virtue of Grape-Nut*. He said 1 character, ha- two serious Kr frsulu Bright 21U. uoode, to W B c DAILY MENUS '
he had a ca-e on rec' rd.f a teeth- .1 KeysrCo a,
Kr \Ulbelmina',ione, to Kr Julius t&chreyer :
-I jn< baby who grew ro-y aud fat onthe charges against her. Upon request, .
.
i : Comprise all the
same diet the cases: were allowed to go over "HIPS.Kus I Up-to- JWiltinm Son.
Oi'apt-NiiU are !so dainty and delicious c Date Dishes the Mar- loljujjou
I I Kndymlon, 1"'J. Fellrrsin, to Bun, :;::)I .:::
: that it appeals to the whole until tomorrow.A Uunwody A Co 'Ie kets of the World
household aud when either hu-baud 1 I __ I I 1 Nor \Oft'g. rtw.: hjorn,eu, to ord..r t:)II ..:

4 or 1 feel generally '(hlt of :o.'rt..' we NARKS ..: Atford. ..-::: .
our-elves exclusively : brand new docket wasopened ap 11 as Australia, vis. 1-azer ton, to order ::: ..::: ja

h; I try to'the couliuing food for a day or two with tt e in the city court today. The amount I >It or Bic Avirmorf.<-. -
happiest result*. for .ile."r, T4, Jobnson to order a tor makeeroomcost-
1 of the first day's use of the new book tAm Ladies' Private 0 I)
I had for
For a year Lave a neighbor I hCHOoSEEi '
a delicate girl-an epileptic was $100 even. Eighteen cases decorated 'I! ter \'IUa)' H.-rJU lion 0, ?'i,Clart to mas- '. :a new stock. 1'IIONI: .1) J.

when I first ki.ew her "n* was a I the first page, five being con. 1 : Dining Parlor..* :a llHlnainfl from the Northern ATood
shadow weighing 70 Ibs. and 1I.I. -
mere '* .
subject to fearful :attack*, having as tinued. ___ ___ I NAVAL STOKES MAUKET. ,=- ..: "elA rII-J'--Bsraa! >.tieeerta.nc4Ntocou.e- the
I y : Get Qur Summer Prices on
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many as li1 add 16 convulsions in a I'
day. At such times she took no Imported Dally for The Newt bj :* Garden hose at the Willis

o nourishment whatever the had never I ANNUAL REPORT I Union Naval Store Co.BO8IH. : =: Regular Dinner Daily. : Hardware Co's. I Best Milk in the City.

tried Hrape- ul" and a-any food i l I'I =- 11II : ''
( V\ .t'
I : Our Stock have Only Par
seemed to ir.craa8 her trouble at j IS MADE UP ww .... t.3' a........._. U ;o : \ I cut\v 1VOTICLei. Drink. :No Stagnant P" ,,' : J

Such times it was with difficulty I 1 WO.. .. se G.... ....... ......12 i': Short Orders Promptly > 1 Two Miles of Our Dairy. -. *
her to try it. But 1 told I ... ... ._. '' a '. .
persuaded / s._ 8 &> F..... I SO Pilled. Night NEITH ER the captain.owneri Prices to Hotels: and I-t.-' \ -
her of my upent'u.nJ induced M. ..... 303 E: ....... ... 115 i' or Day. ::0. nor conugnees of the Br s<

her to try a few spoonfuls.The I County Superintendent N. B. Cock K ... .._..._.... :J 55 D_._ __......._ UOK y 3 P B lponllble forest Dale debts will COntracted be re1 j
taste delighted her and: ever t.-. 1 C 5: below.....uo II(> the of .ald reseal.a .
since she has made it her chut article I this morning finished his annual report I Rrta1T. Tn.'II'Ttlfll-H1., ; It)It'iHoirethlnzGood 01111'lib.10\1'11 and it to Eat ..::-I by crew CUA8.PlSKIIAK. I R. M. AVERY, Pro_ -
of diet. The result t as been at 1 W.L. WittlcbACo: Captain.
:
j for the fiscal year ending June a: I :;
wonderful her improveui-HU ia the ''tlfIR ""a Conilgnee. .%'&QU The man who owns hI- WI ;.
; hover \% I .
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'I.'II.anelPull1I'S 1 .
transmit State -- '
will to Nick -- -
and :
subject of remark with all who know 13.). same I \ : Apostle'sPopular a --I 1I Insures himself againsttrouble
: "
I *: c.
Sheets at once. the captain, own Sob"raise *.- -
her. rue attacks are lr-s frequent Superintendent ;a and worry.
BOWED WELLS AND '
; FUMPSr
consignees of J
and violent and she has gained J The report is a bulky document. Applytoll.HrlttaodG.J. Rutherford r Restaurant ; aSEITHER bright will the w his rent, and the rent dY *.
'
."\) lbs since last November and her several sheets of of old reliable well and pump Bieri.,ii :): for debts contract I no terrors for him. It'aea-y t C
covering
attribute her improvementsolely paper Work guaranteed. Not on the installment I\ ed by the crew of laid veisel. a home now-a-days. Tho9. ..
family plan our prices are tow but '
columns each strictly spot K.
seventy-four separate COODE tell :
to Grape-Xuts." Name given I leash addrs D. M. )MerrItt 01l\"t' ria. I W 8. Keyier 4: Co. Captain. Watson & Co. can : .
,. i by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich.cr I filled with figures ?'alm' ": Consignee, roan I easy it is. Call: ana see t.u.


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1 y THE DAILY NEWS! PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY AUGUST 28. 1903


t c r ntacaSaSv FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY. -----::::::

t LOCOMOTIVE Why Do You Submit to a Daily MARITIME CHARCES !! ;fU. ZSr 10 .. -


Life of Suffering ? SOCIETY EVENTS YOU NEED] SHOES

I FIREMEN'S PICNIC PORT OF PENSACOLA: |



I YESTERDAY!'! Paine-Celery; TOWAGE T.\RIFF-Free: .or un- :i !' AND PEHSO y ALS i' WE NEED ROOM ;


'
I contracted for. vessels: I D I OUR UlllIAT .AM MOST SUCCISxi: : 'I

: CompoundCURES Round towage (in and out and two ,I, Senator' S. R Mallory has gone to 1

The picnic given at Magnolia Bluff harbor moves), 5c. per ton. This I Tate Springs, Teun., to enjoy a well- ODD AND END SA1! I

the L. & ,
yesterday and last night! by rate applies whetner vessels tows or earned rest. t
I
X. Locomotive Firemen! for the not. I Miss Alice Eakins of Mobile, IS FAST ACCOMl'LISIIIXG TillS 1'1:1'| 4'. .

benefit of the Pearl Eagan Orphans' 'Summer Dyspepsia, Indigestion : Vessels not free, or contracted for: !has been the guest of Mrs. A.who'i I j '

llnmn aud the Woman's Home, was and Stomach Troubles. i Inward' Ballast 10e. per ton; McReynolds, returned home yester-!i LADIES' OXFORDS IEX'H OXFORDS r 1.\1 11.I -

I
u success in every particular and was ( loaded. 15c. per ton; moving in har- day. J $3.00 ;fjO:

liberally patronized. Prizes were ,I The torture and evils of summer'! bor, 3c. per ton. Captain Frank Boghich left the j Pat Leather; \"ici Kids \'ici Kids, All Toes Pat 1 1

dyspepsia and indigestion are ex- ,, city lat night for New Orleans I
follows
warded as : I perienced by thousands at this time City to and from Qnarantine, tc.pE'r NOW NOW \
where he will take command of the
List ut 1'rii'a.Best The dyspeptic's train of evils I '
maybe
ton; to and from White Point, steamer Monarch $2.11. 289. $1 i iLADIES'
:
under 5 I enumerated a; follows: feelinzs
looking/ girl baby
I of dizziness, languor nervousness, 4c. per ton.
y-ars, gold ring, Lottie Wilson.B sleeplessness, headache, distension After Sept 1 an extra charge will -

*".t looking boy btby uuder 6 ,I of the stomach, loss of flesh, difficult Schooners: Round-Light, or i i be made for sending out dinners. OXFORDS: 1F.X'o:; SHOES SIEN .. .

I breathing, and the action of the loaded one way, 15c. per ton; loaded i Short orders at present prices !
years, bo "s' Hue cap, Joseph Shee-: heart is seriously affected. i' Twentieth Century Restaurant. j $250 U.:!;; I '
both 2uc. ton. __ I
hau. I All forms of dyspepsia are quickly ways, per I Pat and \'icl Kids Tan Canva; plain ,

: banished by the use of Paine's CdI Steamers-.Moving in harbor, 1201; SPECIAL WEATHER REPORT. 1 I
Girl's "ill yard foot race, under 15; ,, cry Compound. The ue of this I, NOW NO1t' '\
each tug employed; assisting i ; over
year, bottle cologne; Eloise HenJricks. ''I marvelous medicine allays the iu- I $1 69. 74 cents. 514 : .
rlamMiation of the centered !
nerves bar, $100 each tug; employed. A depression is central over Louisiana -
about the stomach; it opens up the
sewers of the body and removes all STEVEDORING CHARtiES-Dis which, according to advices re-
foot under 15;
JSoy'i 50-yard race,
waste matter; it cleanses the blood ; charging: Ballast, 23; ?.; guano, kai- ceived at lo:40 a. m. will move eastward LADIES' OXFORDS BOYS' OXFORDlIEX :- \
ytctr'ins tie, Chet Wilson. it in Ikea saw nerve fibre it restores
;
B.-t three standing jumps for I dijje-tive: power, and promotes liodi- (II nit, salt, etc., 4o:. ; same in bags,30c; i causing thundersqualls, that *34);:; $L.3; ,

Ilv -trengtn and activity. Mr. Fred. > pyrites :!;)c.; R. R. rails, S5Load.\ j: be violent along the east Gulf, ALL STYLES, Pat Kids and \'lci 1'liim I :
girls bottle cfJl sue; Eloise Jfendrick toss, Clarendon, Iowa, briefly writts may I ;
I I :aoout bii happy experience withPaine's lug: Timber, !Mc. per iJO cu. ft.; I lumber Florida and Georgia coasts this I NOW NOW I :\ I

i Celery Compound as fol 70 to 911c.! > per 1,000; lumber and evening and tonight.Pjnyrt.ilsantStopi./ $2.94 $1 38. i S1.t
JoISt! three staudin; jumps for boys, laws-
: "It gives me great pleasure to testify timber, on deck,"j.) to Jute per cu. ft. ; I
ball and bat Charlie R-trnett. the Tickling, <
to the merits of Paine's Celery stowing C and trimming bulk grain. !i ij sd QDIclJ aU o a IItL.mnk'IO 111 tLr'4nwt
Mo-t popular married lady, line I ComDoutid. I can candidly and :| --- -....---" MEYER SHOE CO f
''
honestly say it is the best medicine j $1.00 per l.tnw, bu. ; sacking grain, per' .
'
Hoirir.au. .
hat )Ir; ieo. 1 C.n..BTOrl.X.a. .
in the world. Two years ago I wa.utfering' bu. J sack hire, 3e. stowing >
;c.; ; ita Kind Ycu Hate Alears 3OcBlgcatue
Mot popular married nun: ham, -; from indigestion and nervounees Beare the

I i and was ,so rundown that Ii sack grain, 30c.; cotton, screwed, #+ # i Fed FnniMiors for f:1-1I Onl}.. '
.
Iw HolTinaii and Ed Watson. .
i I i could hardly walk without help. I' ojc.; per bale; loose, hand stowed, of -
Most popular single lady, picture. i i used two bottle of Paine's Celery 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.K. .
j; Compound and got better aimot 20c. pet bale; round bale, 15c. a bale ;

Mi j,.s EthtI'l1arez.. i I i from the first do**. and have had no oilcake,3oc.; phosphate rock, 30c. I OPERA HOUSE _

Most popular single stun, five': use for medicine since. I was completely ,
I: cured." !laud 5c. extra for leveling; staves 'I R.:POU
-* *"h M-M' nbr* 44
t lh-h un u
pounds cotfee, Croua Suarez.: I I ---
F
and general cargoes, 50c.; cottonseed ,
first looking married lady, pairji I FRIDAY AUGUST 29.
meal, bones, bran, flour, grain, lS
vandals, Mrs. Ed Watson. ,! NOTES I OF i I I II : : : : FEED, LIVERY AND SALE ST ALLoES.

j sugar; : and like general cargoes in

ltt looking married man box I POLICE -COURT bags, 30c.; rosin, 30c. ; pig Iron, I TIM Avox IHWl'S. OPEN-DAY----AND-----NIGHT.-- ir. AV-x luft'IIfI"lu' a st >".
candy, I.. C. Parnell. : .
dumped, 2Jc.; ; trimmed and stowed,
Mo-t popular fireman ou grounds, POU & GINGLES Managers

.untl"lIn, Dan McCaskill.Mwt I' I|I 40c.; tobacco, fj2C.! per hhd. ERRMANN| : is

Rufe Edmundson white,was fined Bunker coals may be had, trimmed I I !
-! J I
popular engineer on grounds ,' nA
$2;; this morning for cursing andabnsing' under chutes or at R. 11. wharves, I ...THE GREAT...
set ti'U-poous J. L. ]hll.Io.t .
Station Keeper George ,,, fcrloOper short ton; alongside in IN A MASTER PROGRAM OF
) popular engineer's wife on '' R. POU
Stockiu;;er. Edmundson, arrested 2jc.: extra ; trimmed in F ''
grounds, rocker, Mrs. F. C. Bradley. !I Tue-daynfRiit, while drunk, 'tstream New Magical Sensations I II -
I stream, W(!. extra. I +
)III..t popular fireman's wife ou .* '* FUNERAL DIRECTOR
|by Police Officer Campbell. When PORT CHARGES-Wharfage, sail, AlTOMi'AMKIl JY AND EMBALPE'
IHdt-tal,1 '

ground Mrs. Lewi'r'harp.Re jardiniere. and ,taken to the station he was. very angry ,3-lo, of lc., steam, JsC. per ton per I..< The Musical Goolmans. ** 17 West Ictendencia Street. Office Phone. 31. Rp-Ut R,

i and this increased after he was ,i I t
day, Sundays and holiday' excepted; II
-t lady danctr, silk pirusol, Miss I
]locked When he found he could I i iset
up. !! harbor fees, (c. per ton; ' Lucie I'owf-ll. I II no bond he began cur"lnlr.. .THE BIG STORE
; I
B..t for steamers calling for bunkers; .. I
1"lItle1l1:1Id.1l1c'r, -having I ,
II ; I j
Stocking, las family and i
I everyone quarantine, none.PiLorAiiE ONE WEEK, _
.et, Andrew !;'>lliue.
I of his antecedents, The matter, '
TARIFFS-Per foot ofi i t'0)tMEN1NiMONDAY i ''

C"UI"III 1'riCK.The I| when brought to the mayor's atten- draft up tD and including feet ofi i I Our Buyer is now in New York purci.asuii? tot u- .t:

coupon prizes: were awarded i j tiou today, caused His Honor to inform SEPT. J.MATIXEK I Immense Ktock of
draft six feet, ?2!; nine feet, f3;
as followin the order imed: from I :
j,i the defendant he must not thirteen and half feet $I nineteenand SATUIII AY. Dry Goods Clothing Gents' ( ,
the first t.* twelfth: ': a ; I Ii Furnishing fr." >.

abuse families of police! ollicers. a half feet, *5 twenty feet and i I
;
Nu. :W-Jake Jro-.kopll. I IXII. "The officers: themselves have CELEBRATED Carpets, Mattings and House Furnishing; -
Fi; Each harbor movement,
Ii.
over,
:- It. Smith. I
No.3'-Miss Mattie Canton.No enough; to bear, and the abuse of I S3; city to quarantine or vice versa, Boston .. I To Make Room for the tock we will Inau 'iiraoe

I' their families by a man who knows : for bunkers' t I
steamers calling
iM"-Farl:: })jlliu.Xo. $10; I i MONDAY
all he is doing cannot be permitted," ; AUGUST 1 t
I pay. in and out, S2.25 per foot of I ,
ilH.)1I.tz.. ,
: said the mayor.: EJmuncUou said Ideal! Opera Co.
No. 707-lion Roberts.No. draft. |
he would take au appeal on the
case -- -- A Great Clearance Sale

Zit-Call lioydeu.No. After Hept. 1 an extra charge will
I 35 ARTISTS.
:*!-Mrs. J. Wax: *?*. i Gertie Fitzgerald, white, was takenin be made fur seeding out dinners. I I ----
I sport orders at present prices.
No. 'J1S-W. 1'. Series Mobile.. charge! last night by ('llicHI Twentieth Century Iestaurant.MARITIME.. PRESENTING STANDARD AND UHGOO)) 1)FPAitTMENT.I; 1 CL01HIM.

No. v.j-H. S. Wel.L. I Campbell for cursing and for beiu GRAND OPERAS One lot of Scotch Lawn. and All-Wool Blue sere t'Ult

NIL :."!;-MrJ J. Itarker. I drunk. After the officer had arrested i' GRAND ORCHESTRA. French Challies, loyards for 35c.; Fine Ahl T' )lJl Import
|II I, One lot of fine imported Silk Fin- Alpaca and :\lohairl'iJatIht'd ,
No. Ki-H. 1'. Metz. I her she jumped on her friend and i j Madras at 2lc per yard, worth at less' than half price.
Large and Handsome Chorus.
-- -- ---- --- | 3c.
-- beat him iu the face. m Hhe is an old --- I regular I Full stock of the celehrfeys .'
I One lot of line imported Madras at
Trousers .
01 r or StHTti.i iI'loii.inl FXPORTrt now oil i
: offender and the mayor so informed MONDAY MGIIT, 17c worth regular 25c. I
For A .*ii5t to date r 1.Ir.I. I pair sold with a puarai:'
1 her wheu he imposed a tine of :'3.11'ui. : THE COMIC OPERA HffCKSM. One lot of Sea Inland PercaN, full I
\\ a}' ii> Urns .\\\:1) tinKlucs Akin.ID: j i j yard wide, at lOc, worth loc.: hHOKs:

!! -- Nor lik;; Sigurd.t a.' '. "\en\aJ: lioston, to '' u"nyards fiIIP Hwis Lawn, worth I
i| Crowell; white, who has I H 11 1>0).r SAID PASHA. regular 15 to 2oc: :yard, this ale lo 50 pairs Ladies'Oxft, :
A fiwJ that will bring lurk health yards for !I e. I Hlipptrs at 7".c a pair w :
i
charge of a bat: at the foot of Olivia!
ami rosy chttkto the sick awe'l: :i CLEAKkll. Sl'MMKll I'KICKS: A few of those fine, fancy Parasols I 75 pair! Fl..",.r Strap S ,

.tI" pleaitthe p taste of the h-altliJ: is treet, was up today for blockadingthe l t-pnn bs hranci-i-a. i-v47. l.chetarri, by left which we are offering at CIJ-t. .
; lUll .
;t pretty !goad fund t-> kn"Iabmt.. A.' Hull Transit fo tor Liverpool with >:1.1 syr 1t;, ili, annci GOe. pairs U.j. :'i i.litl'ETS /"
: i! bales: cotton :"',' 1l1 10.1' whral. 7lhluls leaftobacco.
I.hlill, Miiitn-upolis says, "I am -treet. A luau named Hudsonhad i 17 PCS cedar :o ii. wti'ii nar. 1JW7lihlatlaur. Seats Hale (/. ANi) MATTING.Hmith's : Impairs; ; U.JJ Oaf'a 1 t-

1 such an euthu-ia-t upon( tl.o siiDjactof | built a new boat and it is now I';.i wi pc- oak .ta\"., 3!I sks c soil on Friday.
(!ipe-Nut tint I want to state a I' cuke, value SIj;;.>-lw! fAT -- --- -- Snlyrua Rugs, ilxH for MATTIM."

few ill..t.Ull..f its valu thai have: ready for launching. Crowell's boat I $1.4i.Hmith's. 5"f/ yards of Matting .
Hi AKANTIMF.
"f'f for
Kmyrna Rugs, ,
CaineulWerIllyt "r4ILilrxptIIitCp. i is in the way and is also iu the street. I i T.r ss OliVfinore I'7>i. James, Buenos l iWNN'r'rm tl., ). at_17'gC, worth 2.:> ana( '
t.II.I'1I11I .
I with a-cti.u-.t.tou.-
was Ayret.as>t Lucia to MitherlamllnntrsC'oTHE
ach trouble, M ill that thu i.Iightt-t |! Sentence was suspended on him on !,,I Smith's Kmyrna: (:tuns, 30xW, for iJllIJ yard, Matting n. I.
] $2 I;;. 12c, worth 20c.Smith's .
I movemmt cawed toe p'min and ennld condition the obstruction is movedi '
take nothing into my stomach or co- SHIPPING. Smyrna Rugs, 3tix72; forjIM) yards China M i ,"
before ;3 o'clock this afternoon. I 33; .
talii e\eu iiicuioiut* or water. I !had I i! yard
been two days without unhmeut 1 VKSSKI.S: : IS PORT One lot of Keystone Smyrna Rugs, U.dUO yards good C; .
t 'nell I1U-halld suggested trying I 30x60, for $I.UIJ. >'>I..C .
my
| yard
Dave Town-eltd. colored, wa a de- I -rKAM>HII> "" '
=. One lot of Carpet End Rugs, full)
f Hrart'ut. Kr Purbo Can, I-I;, !
J1kletlJn. to SulII
The iiilr-e prepaie-l souls with feudant for threatening to strike his van TimlitT CoIr 1:} yard long, for 89c. PAINTS.\SII\\I-'

warm wtterug.ir: and cream and I nty ol i.louce-trr, !\.!!. Milburn to Hmith's Axminuter Ruirs with I .
i brother and mother with a picket, Black Diamond I K
{ took it U-it.ttn;g1y at hr-.t until I Gulf TrRusitCo ... n manufacturer's guarantee, 27x70, for
hrsucisca. 1s Kclivvari Gulf STAN
to T
.. span per gallon- : ; :
t fnund it (';III.. tole no pain and fort and for stealing: and pawning; a coat 1 Transit I'o 12.15. I guuraii1'An

ten days I took uu other nouri, i- ', { Hr Forest Dale, !U, 1'lnkbaiu. to \V L CUKTAIXS.Elegant I immense,,, l k
and picture. He was fined $lu.I I Wittich A Co from
tl ;
meut. Hie duel rwus surgried at tol.ri5p"Carriage
I I Kr foriuKaleie.SWT, Roberts, to reDsuco- : stock of Lace and Swiss I.I ,
I my tlllpron'llleut auJ did not rE'ut I la Lumber to I Paint
my attributing the speedy cure toi I Confine Bozeman, a colored It Regina Elena.Rfuo; tol.ull Transit Curtains at 15 per cent less than i e; ?;3c quart:
the virtues of Grape-Nuts. He said Co ular price -1 I Household Ei. i
1 police character, ha* two serious Hr Ursula Bright 2111, duode, to W HKeysfr DAILY
he had .1 case ou record.f a teeth- Co MENUS
t I. iu baby who grew rosy aud fat on 'I charges: against her. Upon request Kr WUbtlmina.Hone. to Kr luhi1

11... same diet I 5 dlr..y..r Comprise all the
the cases were allowed to go over !'lUll'S.I Up-to-
l li al'utsare'od.liuty aud delicious JUillinm Bon.
I Date
Dishes
that it appeals to the whole until tomorrow. Rue Kndymion J!, Fellersin. to Basra, the Markets loljnjuon
f I IhuuwodySCoNor of the World
hou-ehold and when either hu-baud I 1 Nortg, l'fri Bjorn-, to order
r or I feel generally 'oat of orts' we i BARK1 Afford. -;
try couliuing our-elves exclusively i i brand new docket wasopened up ,I RUt Australia \II.'. Faeerstonto order

t tu the food for a day or two with tI e in the city court today. The amount | Nor; AMt-iuorf. 104-1.. Hansvn.to orderIt All kinds of Furniture j
Biees.Oler >. to Parodl
CuSor
happiest result thewr.sTl. Jobnaon. to order At Poor's( at nearly co-t, LAKEVIEW' DAIRY.
of the first day's use of the new book 1
I For year Lave had for a neighbor I "CHOOSEk-, Ladies' Private to make room fort I

a delicate girl-uu epileptic was $KX even. Eighteen cases deco. i 1 Am Villa Y Hermaao,Jyi,Clark to mas- newstock.__ _
\ when I first ki.ew her vie was a i rated the first five I ter Ii I II riioxi.: in
page, being continued Dining Parlor.S'
1 mere shadow weighing iIJ lbs. and ..- I; Rat.amarromtbe Northern \Tood I -
t subject to fearful attacks, tjaviug as I I NAVAL STOUKS MAHKhT. are la I'ftj-BaUiiin,Ua ctrUuj core loA cou t*.
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tU.lll'i! 12 and 16 convulsions In a I I ? toe
o
Get Our Summer Prices
day. At each times she took no ANNUAL REPORT Reported 'Dall1 for The New. bJ Garden hose at the Willis

nourishment tried urape whatever-Nuts acid m+a he*any had never food ; I II II I Union Naval loath Store.. Co Regular Dinner Daily. Hardware Co's. Best Milk in the City


f teemed to lucraase her trouble at is MADE UP WW .. .... ... tI ? H.-. *170wG. Our Stock have Only P '
Such t1U1'it was with difficulty 1 I I CHU\V 1vIZJCJH
Drink.
I ... .. 8110. i.; .. IjS ; Short Orders Promptly No stagnant'Two
J persuaded her to try it. But 1 told I ..... ....._. 11 So' F. .._. 1 :V Miles of Our Da
e her of my txpeneui:* amid induced I M..i10 Filled. Night or Hay. Prices to Hotels and

her to taste try a delighted few spoonfuls.The her. ana I County Superintendent X. B.Cock i.- .". .._.._._. : f.i D.. ... ...115 1 l'JI. I I aNEITHERCheUptalno."nenI l -

ever ................... {
115
C Ii below
1 laPr1RTT. i .
since she has made it hem chief article i this morning finished his annual re- If ICs BomethlngGood to Eat by the crew of said Teuel.CUAS.l'ISKUAK Pr.
i II R. M.
of diet. The result t as been TVRlaTIh.443x.Ilurd rOil 11'1111,1011'11 rind It at AVERY. _
port for the fiscal year ending June' W.L. WlttlCh 4 Co.. Captaia.: I
wonderful; her improvement is the I I Consignee. .
:130. and will transmit same to State 'cll. ftlHl 1'tiinr'oR 1)8. ?aim The man who owes w
subject of remark with all who know I .. Nick Apostle's -- -- ----: I I'a ..
. her. The attacks' are lr-s frequent I'superintendent Sheets at once. ""'" NEITHER thlll i i, insures himself aj

and violent and she Ilh gained : The report is a bulky document. :!, r APplytoD.BORED )WELLS(. )I"rrlttandG.J.AND PUNPLS--Ruth- Popular Restaurant. I lira nor coaiUneei captain of own-tai .I trouble his and wornraise and .tt'. N'. '
( Kr Ursula J rent,
f 2) Ibs since last November aud her old reliable well and in bright will be .
i pump .
attribute her covering several sheets of paper ofi i Work aaranteed. Sot on the responsible for debts contract I no terrors for him It.
family improvement CoI
: I ed by the crew of laid vessel. .
seventy-four columns each plan: our prices are low but strictly a home nowadaysTh09.
separate spot
Niue given j
'v solely to Grape-Nuts. i cash address M. :Merritt,Olive. F.CooDE,
, by Postuia Co., Battle Creek, 1ich, t filled with figures. j I I :?:'alm'Fla. I AWW? } W 8.: Keyser Ii Co., Captain I Watson &: Co. can tt., >
at.
I. Consignee fast easy It iii. Call ana; Jt -

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