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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 29, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
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VU PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 29. 1902 NO 87

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STRIKING MINERS SMALLEST STILLIN -
STEAMERS ;ROWBOAT RUN DOWN




AND TROOPS OLASH THEWORLD_ COLLIDE:i Ii I BY STEAMER ON LAKE



.!MOONSHINE OUTFIT CAPTURED NINETEEN PASSENCERS AND.[I,


I IN PUBLIC PARK OF I Ii !i CREW OF ONE VESSEL '(I
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i ATLANTA. I DROWNED.


Soldiery... I I Graves.Special .

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Atlantau2SA::! complete whisky -I Victoria B. C., Aug :2S-A Singapore -- -- -

.ty:! News. I special train Serious;; trouble Is pre.dieted. biill. composed ot an old 1-cjuart telegram of July :Su: to The Chan to TLe Daily News I -

milk ran and a gallon paint can was MafiViajsA :
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4 captured bj officer of the Unite 'ollision! occurred In the Straits of Battle Creek Mich, Aug.'S.Ftv'members I'I SOUTH CAROLINA

,tI illng miners and !I English Miners Aid Strikers. Mates internal revenue j>en-ice.11 Malaca esteiday morning between the of a boating part of suempiojes 'I

'" : tnta morning ar i i London. Aug 2S-.It a meeting toj Grant i/aik jefatirda.v Dutch mail steamer Prinz Alexander : of the Battle Creek sauitanum i

l'i under:; are in the j II far of the South: Wales Miners' F.?dI This complete 'moonshine" outfit i is ,. and the British steamer Ban Hin Gum. I were drowned last night in I ELECTIONspecial

11 Twelfth regiment I ration it wa derided to forward the smallest ever captured in Georgia The Prlnz Alexander sank and the I I Lake Goguac their rowboat being rundown

i,I J. IN'avei; Geaibaru:. $;wn to aid the striking miners and belongs to the variety known as first officer awl the first engineer and I b>' the steamer Welcome The I

F Iwtltth regimtnt; is i, of the United Stat*'s. "parlor stills" The revenue officers I Il.I paaFcngers and crew were drownel I dead are.Mabel : to The New: '

.. i wuund on his should. I assert that it is the smallest still on Twenty passengers, including the Richard, aged 2&. stenographer Charleston, S. e,. \ag. :2S:! The r*
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record The operator of this diminutive : captain, were saved by the Ban thin! suit for several nominations In Tue
a hts thi own b} a sinUif Traverse City. Mich.
BIG BOOK PLANT affair made good; his escape, but Gum The Ban Hm Guin. which was I da's democratic! I'rlm.lr are still
Delia Dors>ey, aged 21, nurse Allfghenv -
the working model captured by Deputy doubtful.
I badly damaged was towed into Singa.
II galrtd Pa.Lizzie
a. cmtrik ,
report ,
Collector P H. .loore. Vt'putyIar.. and beached From The News and Courier's tiff
'. -- Lg uivu wtre gatt -, FOR ATLANTASpecial shal M W. Scott and Posseman J. ?. pore Brad, aged .:5, nurse, residence urea it ..,pms that Congressman Lafc

. : ; to make a march clullirrv Whatle\, now rests in the office of I unknown. imer will lie in the second race f\J'
r where the Ix.-Lish Collector Uucker where it will find a 'NO CONTEST Fanny Willis, home near Toronto Senator ll'l..aurln's place There

Cottspun company ia uiri-- to The Daily News permanent berth among the archivesof Ont.C.. were six contestants and a nomination

,--acing i oal The colliery Atlanta.. Aug. 2S.-A big book publishing the departmert OVER FAIR WILL F. Bennett, male nurse IHIla; was impossible on the first ballot asa

west i'iij of the Panther house, in which representative Deputy Moore tells\ an interesting Tex. majority is necessary Bath LatV
aud the giAtrnor'd tittups of several southern statf'Sl.re interested story of the thrilling capture -- Miss! Carrie f:)'coek, the other OCMI- mer and Evans are adherent of the

u in that HJIEI Companies \\3 to be located in Atlanta. "After climbing steep mountain I pant of the capped boat was rescue-1. old "Tillmanite" or "reform" faction.

..t tin/ Twelfth ngiment The concern is to be known as the trails and taking long marches across i Special to The Daily News: Bennett had been rowing the voting Th- other four candidates are forra l

i 01 i oi :uulry I : cars and runt Southern B,K>k Publishing! companyand all kinds of obstacles in the nppl'rpart San Francisco, "Aug, :28.-Althoujh ladies about the lake and the party "anti-Tillmanites: CongressmanHemphill

t \a''li-v When the cars U capitalized! at lio.0i10.: A petition of the state:. he began "*.earca- the heirs of the late Mr. and Mrs. was returning to the sanitarium cilia and Contressman Joafr

s I:put.'t Hill they were sur for A charter wag filed yesterday lag for violator of the law and captiK Charles I,. Fair hate reached an agie- about 10 o'clock just as the little stone.

1'1 .1 iroli of "triht'l.h) In the office of Clerk Arnold Broyles, tog of illicit s-tills this finding' of a meat it will be six months or a year steamer Welcome was leading her In the gut-ernatonal race D, C Herward

dt! the soldiers and called of the sty|','rlor court 'moonshiner 1,115- at his torbidd before all! the legal arrangements can dock with an excursion partv In who ha; never been In politlo

While Jimmy Maiteen. Those interested in the propose trade light; here within the quiet hade be perfwtedTheie some a< ret una'rountE'd'ay the Welcome before. has a good lead for the r.omiua.tion .

.< in the act ot burling! company state that it is the rulmlna- of a puhlic park mo-t certainly holds will be no contest, however, ran the rowboat down The and the second race will be between -

......v-ral soldiers jump- tion of the mo\emert to secure text- a urioiie place all of its own in my over the estate, as the Fair children, small boat wa struck amidships anti He>ward and either An el of

in attempt to capture hooks that deal in an Impartial way experience. ire man got away. but Mrs Auna H. Nelson Abram Nelson, the hull Cl'llshf'd11 the occupantswere Congressman. J. Talbn-t, Lie*

I'. nd resistance and with the south during the war period we made! the smallest laul! in the h'torv ,-- Chant Smith and the other heirs de. thrown into the water. MiosCjcock tenant Govtmor "Jim" Tillman, a

'inpe-Ikd to fix bay Several prominent Atlanta citizens o'' the office if not of the entuese.vne sire to avoid litigation: All the termsof managed to gt hold of the nl'ph.of the senator, is fourth in the

'< <. which followedwoundrti are r.tion"d in the list of incorp-, That little' still is a wonder the adjustment will not be made overturned l oat and clung to it until I ran and 'x-Statt Tn'a uTt'r Timmen-

IQ the ators, and the names of men of national and! it win he a long time before in- public\ "it the attorneys state that she. was rescued by a person who haj I man a l-ad fifth

,., s started back reputation akin -iiar in the pe'i;! teu-tHi |I" f.MHtop coming to seethe I the relative of :'Mrs Fair will receive wltctssed tLe accident and tan' o .

far rounded a tion. The capital stock is to be divided obj<><'t of the Grant park raid." the full value of her estate, which has In a boat In a short time the bodies i! INTERURBAlTELECTRIC

-immit Hill! at into shares of $25; each for bothprtterrrd been estimated at $3oi ,noo. None c'tho" of :Miss Brady and :Miss Richard were I

take an air and common sto<'k. The! .. intei:<'st,'d will admit that they found floating on the water They e\'

m the first right is asked to increase the stock t.> SUICIDED IN are to In. given a lump sum in cash I Identlv had been killed!\ by the col, i| LINES

U the rails not more than $i.Ono Imo whenever The d'lcudift by which the N'eKoi.s i lision or the' would hate sunk, as did I j

ears wereahead dt- !red by the stockholdersThe PECULIAR WAY rel:nquish all claims to the estateA their companions. .

,< to object of the concern 31 stated James tiiis in the foini of a quitclaim [ Dragging for the bodies of thp others I(I

"j'"- When this in the application, is to publish! text fie! consideration for which ,s was immediately! begun, and at :2:20 Special to The Dally News.Knoxtille. .

,,-.hie by movreiuh or other kinds of books or periodical Special to The Daily News stated fo In Jl" in gold coin Bv i1 o'clock! all had been recovered ant ,'ue 2S,-A movement i II

> Lacsfordu' for schools or othi purposes and aJ:'3 Chicago, AuK JS.-Apparently driven :'111''I ()II and her two sons convey were brought to this city! All of the on foot to go Into the interurban eleo.

gathered there to do book and Job printing of all that she to :Mrs Oflrichs an.1Irs.. Vanderbi.t: victims! f'Xf'I'jt Miss Richard were trie railway business! In this sectio.i
frantic by the fear might .
.,.'I j like riot. As kinds. time become insane :Mrs John all their right title and Interest in *'ri members of th., new rlaof nursesat on a very extensive "< ale. Ft Is pnpo. >
some the .;ed to build an pic"! Irk railway froraRockwood
samtaniim
The principal place of business and diff, .enr of the Fair
estate
'- i tang through the McCurdy. a bride of les than three ; pieces pron I
<.1 ariif! was struck on home office are to be located in Atlanta months has! killed herself in a peculiarmarner. I Pity In this! city and county toptth i T. nn a point "n the Cincinnati
',y a stone Several but the right is asked to "tablis>ihi with 1:! In San :Mateo (eonnty thr e | Southern railway and about
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rl'lII the car in pur- am'h offices and other places of businiss undressed she In Napa. four in Yolo and some bu::Id ; FIFTEEN DAYS 4"i miles from Knox'illc, into thin city.
first
put on
Having The plan U to take in a number of tntervi .
in other and states.
com tits legs Calnara' '
!.ro'pr.rtl'r in ( otiLtv
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a night gown climbed to the top of II 'nlng! towns and to make the roar
:I- ) captured Josepnn the dining room table, placers her -- : WITHOUT FOOD
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reach as n an people and
} as many
a nrtuer OPENING OF month over one of the jets on therhanlellpr NEW STEAMSHIP
.'!..f! again but had not tied her head firmly by the j i iI points as p'usll.le C orsiitfrf witr i
rlrt'.t mote A ranch from Kin?-
L other crowd Has enii yard of heavy cord wound tightly Special to The Daily N.ns: I *
!fon tt Harnniin ilmnt rail>8 Iii
!' the soldiers wore aga.i ELECTRIC LINE amund her neck then turned the SERVICE'Special i I I[
on DoeI
Ntalark. Ana 2S.-Thomas i lentrth I la Slit 'firN tnplat<>d
toned Half a do/t n I Igti'. When her husband fame home ,I .
hue 3t -- -
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," d I off and ,
; charged t1K lit fniind het dead : I
no home or occupation. has been
dllagtrh were urging; Suuu! to TLc! Daily :\1 wsVtisueta : to The Daily News. found half deal from starvation I DRAGGED
on ::1 i
attack the troops The r.d111:. :' N The form GREAT RACE :\., "S (>r\! AaOfficial ani I Iw North river pier He was so >ma: -
.' r names as John Kin ',.
opening J of the Illt..r.I'I'hanI'ctr;,' I i nnunc" meet has be, u made, according I elated that he did not weigh it is "ail. DEATH BY COW
d I John I
,: ii Kelly They road the ,\I.I u.ta and Aiken railw.iv I j to Tni Journal of Commerce, that: I more than GO pounds He had been :

., < amp at Manila park will be celebrated todaunder the auspices |i FOR WILLIAMSSpecial : the\ Mallory Steamship lira will ina-i- locked in a box 15 daS. he said. -
r wiwth Joseph :McCann
of the chamber of commerce iv j surate next: month a regular weeklypasserg. The box In which Donhue1
'h! } were plated under Augusta The line is :24:! miles! Ions ,t .+r and fieieht service between found waa large one used! for EtirIrg Special to Tho Davy, htuv-
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and connects the \\elJknown winter : to The Daily News. New York end Mobile Ala. The flr=tsteamer I' sawdust A watchman discoveredthe I FT'i't-ni'f'i. Vie .* A regrettable
if th. Twelfth regiment resort of Aiken S, C. with AugustaKnroute on the new !ll'n'lrf111 V prisoner. who was feebly pressing I arc :den .If < unat Illti'i. this
it 'he s.tuation is sorious Jat'ksori. :Miss:, Alii;. .' .-(l\e pressof : Th.
through the fa-- county. Monday P.var-oll
it passes I dispatched! from New' York on Frl.lar, against the lid of his ('(>1In\ an rffirt
1..> feeling against the sol- tory towns WarrenviIIe! Vaucluse, Mississippi: f is still commenting on SPU, and from Mobile! on Saturday; to escape How he cot In the box daughter William Hollom.tn. Jr., was

i ii,t>-nse in Coaldale 1anai.i'nit Granitesilie. fan ley. Clearwater ant the phenomenal run of CongressmanJohn Sept. :27 There will be four vessels I Id not known I leading: a row tn the pantiir and ill>

Hill Bates. and All vista's new Carolina Sharpe Williams who was re- in the New York Mobile line namely I ped the np over her wrist The

suburbs across the Sixannah: river. nominated for confess last Thursday, the San fa.rrJII" Colorado Rio! Cran.le I: row" beram friKhti'nd And ran away
S SENT TO NEW RIVER North Augusta, where a magnificent and .1 un.ted demand is being made and Comal. I II FATAL FIRE Into the bushdragging lh.. chili

Son,room hotel will be ready for northern that *ie enter the 1M for speaker of Th' company: Intends! to r\tlUnn.1 i behind; her No on. saw the ac:j-

: In that District of Coal ROo tmirl-ts b}' .lanuar The new' I the lower house at the beginning of I the 'operation of the: present sf-mI.! IK NEW YORK I dent, ant! she eat 'irfors !'ous ben

j on Most Acute. line will link Aikt>north Augusta the next term Two years aeotr.. I weekly f'>rvce between New York and found and dsd! ia-t rightSHOT

W Va *u<, JS.-Ueu' and the Bora'r hotel, on Aus"=ta's famous Williams was suggested for this honor ,, clalv'*on, although the New York. lo-l

">!.or White ordered the sand, hills and put these popular, its equivalent being the leadership cf ;I bile service will b* entirely separate ,I AND KILLED
the m'norftv! hut he steadfastly d* I Special to The Daily News
e I.nt of troops to Thur. resort: in easy touch and distinct from that to Galveston -
.. illned/ tc all iw the use of Us name New York aug. 2b. On 'I
Kuer strike district, to- Today the first through cars OVP- Vo eflnifc Information could bo had woman

,,; -. ire: from Parkersburg the completed line canned a reception I ; as whether the steamship company: was killed and several others 8urrt-r,1| BROTHER-IN-LAW

Milton, Charleston and committee from Augusta to Aiken an.1 ATLANTA MEN I his entered Into a traffic agreementwith ed from shocks and burroS as the r'. '

"' They will arrive thereternoon will bring back 3W guests from alongthe any particular railroad or rail-1 suit of a fire which tarte
, and establish line of road to Augusta. A bar I roads, whether through tariffs! wfl''be first floor of a 5,story flat house !n' Special to The Dally N..wAfldcs. '!' .

t at Thurmond. The sib bectie dinner was served and appro, PURCHASE MILL ': given! to points beyond Mobile. TrI j jI West One Hundred and Twentyfirststreet
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" made I early Ark, Aug 2S,-Ho.?Il Jones
speeches today.
: \ ai tite Sheriff Daniel, prlate I I I'" !nd rstN\", however that connej *-
< <. today from Faette coim- The road is expected to prove a valuable -, i j tlons; ", illIf' mad at Mobile with all I The dead woman was Mrs Eva a farmer, was kuied near hUd by A.
: Augusta James U. Jackson ATendt, who lived the fourth 1: J. rathJ Ul, a farmer of the onigbbor*
s I Itvworltss: U> repress" disnptrty one to Special to The Dally News [ rail and water !lines dive-'ng! from i, on food
of the lire, and it the hou She hood. Mathlas used a shotgun The
i and life are mi1 is president Calhoun Ga, Aug'.*-It is reported that point. o. e. jumped from a
: .:,.' Nearly everybody was through his energy and enterprise that the Oothcaloga mill propertynear window and died in & hospital of her two men were* brotbersinrUwand>

" i ,n deputy sheriff to as- that northern capital was secured to town has been bought by Atlanta Shake Into Your Shown! Injuries The other women who were tad tot been friendly! for sotcq time.

v ,":"n of striking miners. d?vehp North Augusta crown the parties, and that a manufacturing plant Allen's Foot-Eae, a powder. It hurt will recover. The monetaryloss Mathias at once furreuciered. Both ..
,I',, .n'ghts! with aline resort hotel and wa in.OnO man bare famines.CONSUMPTION: .
along the mountaU
will he erected on the site Re- cures painful, smarting, nervous feet t
. .t t:..' guards and men going' build the mad to Aiken ('pntlthE' Oothcaloga mill was burn 3, I anl ingrowinp nail, and instantly .
t For Over leanMBS. .
Sixty
.' <\ then hsappear Sheriff! but the big dam across the creek rmalned '- tales the sting out of corns and bunion THREATENED.
o : he sands the troops to pro- Quality i* what make price. If intact which will give all the i *. It's the comfort I WINSLOW'S MooTHiNe: MTKCP b.i "I wa troubled with a hacking f''

t'4 property, but cot to set- Burnett's Vanilla Extract was uo better rower needed for the proposed worka. I greatest dis been used for over sixty years by mlllioniol cough for a year and I thought I bad ill f
t covery of the age. Allen's Foot- mothers for their children wblle teething,
other extracts its price wouldbe "
1- e That, he says belongs than consumption C. L'nger 211
says ,
I' Ease makes tight or new shoes feel'ea with perfect incceti. It ootbe the child,
. -ers and operators Great the same. Once tried always! almost cost for the I softens the gams,.K ys all p.lncares wind Maple Kt., Champaign, Ill "I tried i'.
It is '
certain
.a serious outbreak is immtNew u- d. H1R1'OItOP' 60 days to make y., callous a and hot,cure tired for, aching sweatIng colic and Is tbe best remedy for Dirrbo ft a great many remedies and I was Under ;
River for new stock.O. It will relieve the little caterer im
field .
poor
CONCERT AND DANCE AT feet. Try it to-d"ty. bold by all the careof physicians for several
M. Pryor. mediately. Hold by Druggists In every cart a
MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY:; druggists and shoe stores. Don't month I used one bottle of Foley's ;
of tha worU. Twenty-!lve cents a bottleBe {
-ft Ordered to Coal Fields. NIGHT. TRAINS T S,5:30AND Grass Shears that will cut accept any substitute By mail for i'I tare Jon ask forM n wianow'i booth Honey and Tar. It cured In@ and I
.. e ton. W. Ya. Aug. 2S--MajorVerlandr RETURNS AT 25c. in !!tamp s. Trial package FREE. Ing BJTDP." and take no other fclod have not been troubled since."
9. LAST TRAIN close at the Willis Hardware Address Allen 8. Olmsted
' of the Second LeRoy, I Iv -
bat !!:5a. TICKETS 25 CENTS: AT >. Y. i I
:: ' I DEPOT. --- NOTICE.The be made for tending; out dinners. ; t
v i Orders from Go\ernv ---- AND DANCE AT MEAT & MALT has.a marvelous i idietetlclvaloe. | Short orders at present price t

t. proceed at one! with the The best for the MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY Shale refreshing and Pensacola Greenhouse will be Twentieth Century Restaurant.0A.OTOXl.X.A. .
J: panics of state militia here I iaftP1lVt price ever old here, closed for one week beginning Aug. _-u- __ _
to take it
pleasant
Fur- NIGHT. TRAINS S, 8:30 AND helps assimilation II
o "''\mpacr at Milton to Newr O.1. Pryor's cf food. Sold 2;, on account of absence from the I
TRAIN by
LAST RETURNS
p.
r ,. *": where trouble Is Imnt. niture frtore.' DANNHEI SER BROS. city. VIOLETTE MORENO.: Bean th 1'1 K ad h1 Nees Tanis 1."z
TICKET 23 CENTS AT
companies have been as. Try THE NEWS Want column ; it 11:5) I --1'
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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 29,1902

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YOUNG DOCTORS IN DEMAND
i it izbT

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Many tacanrim In the Medical Tiitt's Pills

100 t'l 'url'" <>( the Arm).
Jim Dumps for months had not been strong,
Either the ox-tunnations for commissions -

And that was why he trudged alongAs in the medical! l'rl's: if the army I
will the from
sate dyspeptic many
dumpish as a rainy day tlJj an- unusually seutv or the young doctors days of miser). and enable him to cat

Nor had he one kind word to say : 7- i ai'ikaritg before Iii,' lioariis! uhicj whatcverhettlsbas. They prevent

Till one bright day-what Joy for him !intro UH-I in n---i.n Ii4-r fur se.erali SICK HEADACHE b

Force" changed him to "Sunny Jim I" \ 'ks \\i-n- iMwl pn-pareil, fr"ut ota ,
list t.f candiJatcs bin E'iuh-cn: cause the food to assimilate and nourish
FQ I the body, gibe keen appetite
amI'will
be
have Uencctptvd apHilntnl -

( a. "i>t.iat surgeons, with the DEVELOP FLESHand
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101) rank of CM lieutenant. The surgeon: solij muscle Elegantly sugar I
general of the army is greatly surprised I coated. j

and dis-appointcd at the showing 1 Take No Substitute.

of the doctors and almost dispairs : .

of tilling the lame number of 'vacancies -
CONCERT AND DANCE AT

FORCE" now existing by the autumn, when MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY To End a Coal Strike
the services of a uuuilr of young: sur- i
relieve I NIGHT. TRAINS AT N::: b:3u AND
giHMis should be available to
!i those whose terms of duty have expired 9 LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT Use Gas.

In the Philippines.! 11:50. TICKETS: CENTS. AT
If there ino strike on or impending
Tie Riajy to br.. Or.*l An army examination board has I DEPOT.
I
i been in session here since last April ainonji the uiiner-s.:. u-e gas any

passing upon the qualifications! of all i You can get your house how. It.clf'au..r., quicker more

; joung doctors' who have been authorized furnished complete at Mar-

to appear with the result that economical-more ,.:lt1-f:1ctM'Pry
ston # Quina's -
I easy payments
; II forty-oli, t"ul'tnd"s still remain mi-
I -. I I tilled, with but few applu-auts on tile weekly o,' Dionthly. way-than anything ele: for heating
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wise nature's receiptfor rn 11(> passcil upon The pre ciit sltuat.on I There's lots of money to be made ; luhtiui and cookim Want to

f is m st cnibsrnis--iiig to the war In real estate,-lotof" it. A real estate -
vigorous bodies ilt p.!rtii"nt Mid i i" nnpn..111..t..1 in si;;n i* u-ually a firu:!er-board to kii"w about the fijjurtA call in

the history" of the corps. Usually there wealth. Thos. C. Watson &
and active brains. rtT-dii cr by t..I"l'lIlIlIt.! a ltttr orpoLtl
,- :iS ii-tt the shirhtcst! dirtK-uitj in sci'ur Co., the leading Real h-tate nrm

li ill; ..I. -HtMil material tr, in ci\sl lily; have souse offers which it wouldbe | will brit; the n:lit .m-wt'r.

,. and .utgall worth your while :o consider. Go
fiT tl uiinliraljri' : }
and fee them to-day. and don't wait '
there Lave: been at least, a dozen candidates till to-morrow. 1'eosacola Gus COt

1 for ewryJl'l1}( existing. The I

mi di al corps of the army, in f.sct. 1111..1 1'.n-I1..am Krlipvr t:1htWft7;;: i 25 and 27 Garden St., Ptntaccla Fla.
adWaktaataduGdw; o nii i i<- >!>
betnoiisidcnd one t-f the most desirable ,

I- ., l>ranh"S of the service! for men

just entering from civil life on account
t .' Sweet crisp flakes of.wheat aud malt-eaten toll of the nmk and pay the new Ilrpoilltcerlt.'t'h.l's. I

N\-x.t tk-toliw. the army will hold another .1 TRY THE NtW VI)ANT COLUMN !


examination, and meanwhile an !

+ 1?; 1 D Training to Thr..h the Jrvnltor. ; effort will I" made to secure the at I -

r "I aai about due to thrash. the janitor where I live. My I tendance a large number of candidates -, TIME TABLE.
'\I.ife"i! y nit- a diet of Force,'and thinks she will have nw well qualified for commissions.Philadelphia
I in bhape toOou.1''r keep a package of every ct"rcal1u the II Ilecord. '
market and have rtiR-retit one every moraine!r, but I inn-t my LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD-
Force': tames off tt., HUB ribbon ." IN EFFECT DhCKMBKIt I. IwiLAW
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\'itme furnished OL pliciUun ) -
Quick Relief for Asthma Sufferers.
New Orleans and Mobile.
-- and Tir afford, immediate
Foley's Honey --- ---- ----- -- -- -

relief to a-thma sufferers m NO.A. !'to... No.a. No.l. 1'.oa.
Novel Lawsuit. I Big Increase in Insurance Rate. the wont stages and if taken in time 7:15: a 12asm I Leave... "pnlllleoia _....Arr1'.. .::1.' a 4.p 8:110 p
FIFTH SUNDAY hnm vile! AUK. 2S.: -ThP opposing Jackson. ;\11",;., Aug. 2S.-Insuran'ecompanies will effect a cure. W. A. D'AIem-I Kill a 2:7 p sO'2'1 L..IU'... .omaton m.. Leave :1:115 a !:tJ p 111I p
IIUia 4:2": : Leave .. ... MobileLeave 19an't 12.16 D but p
p
John I
of ? n
water companies CitV'1 having! underwriter agencies bprtl', m t+. Palafox.HEAD "" _,,::!;p J..!_ leave New Irleans Leave- I ..N..up _75--a_ __
ELIM ASSOCIATION Tenn. have become involved in a in the city of Jackson announce -- North, -vo.

lawsuit! The objrct is I to determine! I that a i.o per cent increase in rates

-- what becomes of theater in inking I will KO into effect! at the expiration of ACHE 2. No. t. I So. I No. ..
creek when it disappears in the sandy existing polirloe No explanation :sofferrd lIu.jpm 12:1pm; j 1.I'IIIn..l'.n.acollIIrrIT" 4:41pm 6'am
A:1Sam d:;1 pm Ar"T Slontgontery.Leave 11ISam Y.i1pto
: "-Tiiii forth" fifth :Sunday bottom of that stroam. One company I of the increase but it i is attributed 11 :59ain Yaw pm I Arrl\.llImllljh1UIl..1..av8 l.1am t..lllpDl

Ii 1\\ tI-t .\-"<)uuti<>n, a- pre- claims the water comes out at a certain to the fact that the city govern "Ilulli 1117 a Its and nifoflf have been 7n5pm "1l''a 111 Arriveaebvtle Leave
i at\uz CA>UAHh'l'S aud they are tile belt :!::iO a m nli a m Arrive ... 1,01l1o\'l1l. ... L."v"I l\ P m 7.11 a ID
I..,' tl.e! mi--luuarj' committee, spring east of the creek that is merit has thus far failed to r omp'v medicine we baT' ever bad li tht ti 'use Last I 1lIam l1 : ll..m : Arrive l'loclnnati I.PIIIT8 ..upm I1Ulpm
.1- follow- : owned by that company, which spring with the suegestlon:; of Inspector John week: ly wife was frantic with headache for 7.i) am lS''p to_ _'' Arrive 1'4t.I.om. I..."".. 4I pm ,.!JI\p m_
'I 'of 'TA-CAKkTS,
tw: 'jdi.ht tn BOUI yo.ii
_' will Le held at Iiay'" supplies Its reservoir.! The otbf-r !von' of the National Board of T'n anlt '!I>v i-lmvHi t:jt pmn te L' head alu.O'.t PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.

:.' mile :>outhwet of Met company claims the: water goes t\l' writers, that a more adcnuati wai 'i llumeuiaielN 'Ih re: ,rcnemlCabi rett. .
CHAS MEt'EFi 'HllFlttshurg -0. :i rally 1'0 3-IIIIlly I I ostop whrrr 1111I1' nut ebuan I \o. 1Ilallyo. n-llatty
,rJ. y and Snmljy, AUri springs lower In the valley and oa pressure should be furnished. Son: Safe, A. Deposit C Plttiburg, 1'a !:

the north side cf the crek. Hydraulic time since a general imrea--i .1f 1I:1i5: 15 night pm 1:0 1 III">1" m L.\'t! .. ... _...III.ol".Arrlvt"lOb..mllll... ... 111:511 1":111"pin 8 1\:11I::..l pmI ..

"alurday. and geological experts have been cent was made In fire inuan'1" CANDY I: .: 7:11\ .. ........ 1'me-tra. ....... 1\1:16" 1\:1" "
''I!, d 1 to order by chairi. examine I per CATHARTIC I: ".1" 1:1 _..._..} .('a1lbJ.! ....... Iuai &..IiT"'j"
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i snmmor.-d to Johnson;; City to and the additional n.''ra.: .. '
rates I's !\ 7S": .. .._ Jl nlat .. ... IOfp l>:"
t--xercises by Uev. the creek and the springs and to give mak insurance almost prohibitive in L :sir 7M"; _. ._.. Harp ..... ..._ II 101 II &:tI'
-< 1,0": 71" ......... HaltCity ......... II 10:1\: 67"
.'. .it i U the duty of evidence .. I Jackson. 11'\!' 2':11II II ...... :llliton ..... .". IJlu" a:1U "
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IiIJ: a m .. .Hood !range tAI
I A .id the tni?"i ionaryrformedV ,, TEN 'ESTS WILL HI'trial size ofEly's TAaO! ua seatr.io 1'1\.i\ '. ;i 10:15" .. ...... .... 1I1.lta ... .... "' 9:55 t9$ II
I i ,,'- l>y I,. B-tlm enough to convince Large Warehouse Burned. !!::!tI" "'M'. .. ...'..... Mtticgaa .... 1/:211" tlI"
Cream
; The t : !:3 J" n5i ..._?.l'r"t\'I"_. :II" I.
Savannah. Ga.. A 11 ;: 2S.- Iarg.S1warehouse .. .
of ; ....... ..._.. lit.
rit ions you that it U the jrreate-t i 8:0" y..1\tI .1t ter Laud( : 1JI4"II
of mi "
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of the Central railway mth : SoII _.... lIto..y 11.,1 ... ".t<' 1:11"
\ ,'elationi? by remedies fur ta-al catarrh or cold in II ..
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I Plea+ant. I'alatshlp. potent. Taste Good IW t.tm lItI .De.'unlak prIDII' ;Iot" : LM
1 others.d ; i the head. Full size ill) cell(". All ? roar of its general office buildina! }sal, Never. MCKPD Weak....,.Jr Gripe Me/ ix.HiC: : >1" IIU .". ...... ...Argyle! ....._ f." 1:11 "
> by M. A. dru i-t11'r mail it. was gutted by fire last night. The ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... taut" D:67 ... Ponce d", 1.00._. fI1I" I IU "

:-;: .\" Uiuth., uti Warren street loss will not prove considerable, a.-- II.III.. a...,, c..p..".fi"aq >,....,... >,. Vtrl. II? fio.I"fiU'I": II 101:10,) 15 '' ".. _.. .........w'rtvtlle(Car"III. .-..._- "" 7:11"1.11': IM 1111 ""

r. New York. there was no great; quantity of mor -- --- I 1I.\.1" IIGi .. ......?. .1:011lr..y.. ..._ ? 8.fIII" IT"
lin TA 1'.J11! and ir'iaraiiTrcdalldrurf- .
BIC II ... ..... III
Y. KU*I Aa,1 11).7 l blpley 8,11" lt t
Albany. 11 U t.
Second to robuccu ((shit.
street. giiis
: i; : by chair- I'M change! in the warehouse. Liiieraan .
I 1\$1.' lIu7 ... .Coltondall ...._ .Iot. 11:A+ aoOlLa
.', ->'a by I). M.tn MerKI.Y HK >S. :-L mtferedgreatly .1. K. Uoundtree. of the Savannah Elor I ) 11:21 .. ...llarlll"na.. ...... II.'.' I'I.! '
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and tried different II .. .. I fi.JI "
with catarrh I 7:11) IIIt ('pre? + II." a CD
effect. After trio company while cutting the wr'! < celebrated 1,4/ III):! ...... rlllnct Rldee.._. I I.II: II.:!! "
without of our
mi i" remedies Try one ..
put a received a shock from a live wire thai 7M": 1:15 noon .. n"lIIh ., I I),.I" i' M '
pf the Elfin '1- uiug one bottle-f your Cream Hahn IF. # S. Felt Mattresses.They I 8:15" 1:1:11' Arrive ..KIT". :JocUon ._I... .,, 1' .1" Ii' :a' "
A. Godwin awl I I found relief and I cannot praisetoo rendered him unconscious for ten minUtes I

-1'I' highlyuch; a rfonwtly.I ; never pack or grow :

: .- committee re'I Mrs: CtiKA WlLLAKI. lumpy. Better titan a It air DEPARTMENT
!i'lvmeut of a Stpt. 27, 1t!':4. To My Friends.It :
mi--i I I mattress at the price.
half
: :\! as-ociatiou i i-i with joy I tell you what Kodol! i .,.' -

u.J other did for me. I way troubled with mj Jllurstoit 5' ()ul11a. I

I I ,- bf-t method of HORSES AND HORSEMEN. >mach for several month. 1'pou John B. Stetson UniversityX

i L'lonary? by H. C. -- beitjr advised to u-e Kodol I dU 90, I

< r-. John A. Mi'KeiTun U naiueil in the and wordcannot ttll the good it The BeerThat II I Loud rloa ici .
'. : -.-mcei then reces had .
McDowell otake at lA-MUUton. ha clone me. A neighbor (lyspepia
JOHN I', FOIIIIKS: I'D I) l'r!'!>..lplI(. AI.IUIKT.I:; r.1IlIttII.1.1\, n. U.n
truest thinks that Dircubu, -o that he had tried non I tI

ii-i! iis{ by Uev. J. T. Fil ":Henry 111..., will reduce tier rtvord.I'cter'rnhtuty everything. J told him to u lii4-''day Ot tlllt'r I I'.MCJ.

N. Y., has 1 I dol. Word* of gratitude have comt Ttyu'EAK-t' \ ol' tOotTh'I.I'Iartm''lItuIJoh.: ti I:. -1..1.ini 1'11"11' gives
tit Cumin
"uIII(3) to me from him becan-e I recommended ataoyrercunt<.-. Inndinu tn 1',.- ilgr->- of I.I. K
a thri-t-.yearoldolt that with lm.iu-il Oeo.V.. Viola UKUKI-.I-: AI'SIII'y'rU'llll: : IiAK-Tf! dgdumantth.Law! I'| ....) rtn. !.t..r lobo H.
"' 111'11:1.clwul mas meetJ. It.- Fry, DANNY I ss tR r AM o U U1:0 s I Hti ton I'm\'.rtty admit to tli- KarH'KTHIK
show -MiS gait. strt'lIgth. mind ,
);Bowman! and utter. handling t-an a Iowa. Health and of INFOKMATtoX-l-ortlii-: .\Iiriiiutic.-iii of I I' : afrl a.i -,tb-r j".
I'nrle" hale Cahill thinks he has and body, depend on the :-tomach sin diitlurniation( re :.irrtiDetiit' Law l II-part Mitti1lr.---,-.
-Mla!'mary sermon bjI I
trainer and normal activity of the di.retivtorgans. ALBERT J. FAJ HAJI. Dean tit I.tw lI"plrtm"lIt.|
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I I. :'IcAnalyafter which qualiued as a driver as well as ,
Kodol the great reconstructive ::- i Infstid.l ri.t.
Le taken ribbons Charley -
will
.r tut--i.- ;:; and may batiUlo the over _
tonic cures all *tomacl;:
1 oIl"r., lMi7. this ir.
Herr > and bowel troubleindt;:e-tion.dys- VICTORIAI.DF. !
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:soul:! and prayer ser Tulane of Louisiana.
John I. kl'I'IllIlpan, Cal., Las pep,ia. Kod'd duest: any good food I University

tired Dandy Hoy, ":.14!... and the horseis eat. Take a de after meaN
.., .1 1 t..rd..r by chairman ;; you :\ JJV ACMEHREU'TXOCO.IJl.sf No"tv 0I'OA11,...
i ,..rci-e- by \\'. II. Conn- Chilis; S5o wt-ll now to Wagon that lie HargN' Pharmacy, Jolt hheppard., I50TTI.K UKKli
: 1U-CKNT
.-llittioou-t.. bu-inr.t; ad- will U- trained and raced neat: sca 'oIL :Sidney J allI.
IS TOX.DANNHEISSER. ALDERMAN LL.D. President.
EDWIN A.
.1 William Clark of Yonkers, X. Y.. has <" iiiilirfciirri.There ,

:luily invited to attend imrfhat-t the oh stnnt pacer Trine I nothing whuii Uncle ;arnlrllh'1s BROS. t ull ('our..ln 1.11:111111\:1..., $eI.erP..Ingre.rlll' :. i.aw. :MHtlcinil'h.rtn rjf.Hcvin 'rl.

1VH. .I.Sl'j.: ; and with Giles Noyes, with great'-r care than hiicuiivncy. StparfttlJ.- '-UI' Sixt->-i Huilrtiiivi, >..ttn.i\H l..urne.. I.ab.r.tories
I), M. l\IERIU'IT. AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED and( Workshop*. pfnaid I>iartii--iit '0' women In HitN..-i-imih Col.r.;
"UV4.; will have two :::vial horses for lUanse I'nfle anl s money
Chairman.ii Tulane intkc InaJf, in ali voontioiiIt< f tcilitl"f for ln.ir.iction artuniur|)*". spt'ettvba. iiin! ni.itintv purposes.: is pxKi there tire always jHiiple ready I I. f Harper Wisley. 'I In tbeSoutb. Kuiity--ix: m.trurtnrs and lI im: tutlcnt lint i....lltO.Iall': M-tiuUrtftlp*
I ID tlicacartrinlcdrpitrtni'-tit' 0"1110 Loui- ana Inn-, };:xpene. of .e'h'JIrohlp cadent
to countcrffit it, and for these peopk Main House-401 r. Palafox: street.R. Jlj"''''r ,fs-.loa. RnardaniIot niendunutturtatlow rule* Opportunistordwl
: wish the very best -- i'nrleIlu has a special IMHJ! of secret I I ucadeul/etudent, forett-hrlp. In the \'l..mlC'oll"IIJ", nolxiy, if pr.ipKrly prrpariwt
R. Exchane-Opp. Union DepotP. I. for colle,," "..rkw.li l>- tui-nnit away fmiii iiia'nlitr pay lulliuu. Nero ....UJII t>flit
f I <(m freezer thevery a A ttosf of theltt.'r M-rvii-o tectives! always on thfwatch. O. Box 281. Pen=acola, Fla. gins OctolJlr! Send for Catalogue.

i i r't! price the Willis OSTETTF nicaN!: -will before-harp The most dangerous K, W'cretary.WE .

n H, the Rppt-tilf, tits are those which most <'lo-..'ly ini- -
ruurC Co. can please CELEBRATEO su. the -
up state the original, and to arrest the -
w -tiirnarli and aid
f\ .u g,-atun. \V h -nink. nijikiT.s of dangerous Counterfeits the : WILL- ,*

t,,, n regularly 'uitt'l1 States:: stares no eftorts and no
,...tut a nice prt'- l1t to ;;Ive e, w : I posltn rly It seeks a pity that the

f. .! '/M of and suitable look: through article the at H- .ache: l'l'lIsP.I'tiited its States:: surveillance government of counterfeit-could notextend CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODSat

"i -, you surely can find r tt'Iracf;
those who counterfeit who'e-
to
ITS
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t. .': t.t.>! phase in the Puiiiord you line you In''gestion; SHill food.-, reliable medicines and and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of

r ...<. i uu btfore, you buy. Ih'i"" p.ia, I tluT articles necessiiry to the Lealtt
Constipation 1 ,,f the public.-Philadelphia! Inijuirir.Dcaliie.t. --*Fall Goods:--

M.i.iri: -. ----
H Need* a Tonic. 11
I Cannot le /'uretl
ittniit.. wh-n your nvi-r SITTERS A t r A! will! I I N doz Men' Laundnei: Hhirts, fib! pair Ladif-. Spring Heel :-iI.III'O"t! your h<'v- ready for -cliiiol.We .

.<.' .li>n l ;ive pursrativi>si1. 'onni i t"d.1.111ti by local application- they cannot regular H, to close at Tie. regular $I ;good-, t.. clu! -quick at bye carry a full line "f hoy'Suit

:,1 1 weaken. DeWitt si reach the diea-snl: portion of the pair. ,.. iSoy Suit, regular price, |l.Ut,
I ear. There i-. only one way to cure 27: doz Men'Colored Laundriedshirts
N'KS11 e"at
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.v I Iti-rr- expel all potsu11t p to cl TVsuit. ,
deafiHand that iby i "con-titu- regular I 7-jc, to close at 5-jp. bS pair Ladies' Low Cut Slipper: '
toV C7 suits, regular J
ind
l'ioyWool price
-, n: at t i- tonic
i- cauedby 1:1.2"ood*., to cloe at ll.OJpair. ,
i 1I"lfn'
tioual n-m-die < regular ,
\ :sv-.itt. .Vil Highland 57 doz Men'3 Colored Laundried #Lu I' and H.'J.: to clo-e at tl.15 suit I
: 1'1. -:1"I nave, If You Have an itifatetl'couditinu of the mucous Shirt, regular 5oc;; good, to close at I 10 Hnyol All-Wool Suitregular: j jI
I Tube
I Wit Little"Karly Risers lining of the Kiiytachian; 35c ; these goods fhnuld go in 21 6-5 pair Men's Low Cut shoe, re?- price '2'J'Jto3.w1 to close at <1.50 j
havea
: -. brat y.4r? and would Win tit I tube i-intlamed hour*. ular #.50 goods, to clo-e at #20land I fJUO: FUlt.

., ; ait. them. small: ; andt rumbling; *oinul orlmpcrffccthear. 20 doz Men's French Neck Balbriz-: pair.. We carry the largest line r.f Koy' i
closed
and whi-u! i entirely
.1.! stable injr.; it I Pants carried by house In the
t Purely
ve auy
Undershirt 20c 25c '
di-tr.-'f. liar.CASTOR RheumatismURIGSOL Ieafne i< the re-ult, and unle":? pan! at regular We carry the largest line of )1'
i "r
-iij" be taken out goods. Shoes of houe in Yen*acola.city I
the iiirtammation can any ((
> J"! n r t-ppard Sid- of our Ladles' and Mines'
i and this tube -tored to its normal 30 doz Men's French Neck B1Ibr!?- Bring your toys to u?, we can lit drop-stitched 2.">c. hoe to close at ;.

the !great teste-1 ted condition, hearing: will be destroyed fan Underpin at 3oc, regular lie, them in any size. \ 2uc. pair.

'ndon will l'ahforDlSIemJ.y cure forever ; nine caeout of trn are sold by others at 50c. We have ju-t received a full line 10J doz MUses' full seamless hove, I

caused by I'ltarrh."hich i is nothingbut All dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirt* We will
It al>o cures Liver. Kidney and our : to close at fioc dr.z. or 4 pair for 2-jc.: 3
I IA you Bladder: d-seases, caused by an eases of an inflamed condition of tl.enlUCOU cl"*e at 75 cents. close at 50c for your chOIce. some 75; doz Men' :Seamless half hose, fi2 f

UriC acid. It never false while. and ui.ng builds itfvnd cp surface*. ; Pair Ladie :sprinz: Heel Low of them are worth 1.50. I regular! lOc good=, to close atc/ pair. f

,r Infants and Children. the health ttamp and for strergth book wonderful cer- \Ve will J give One Hundred Dollars Cut flippers, 2:.. to 7, regular $1 We carry a full line of kirU. We have jut received a full line i

tiiic&'es Price. $1 per bottle For safe for any ca,e of Deafness (caused by by : good?, to close at70c pair. Look at our window dl phy. r 1o1 Ladle Kid Gloves in all shades.
ni You Have Always Bog by drufltisw. If your dnifrclst can cot catarrh!i that cannot be cured
supply you it will be sent prepaid upon Hall's Catarrh Cure. end: for circulars .

tv.a />J.FOley's / receipt of price, Addre : free.F. i Remember, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we will have Room. i
J. CHKXEV&CO., Toledo, 0. .
&.; -c Urlcsol Chemical Co. Los AngelesCal.
Sold by Druggists. 75c.
or the --- F. E. BRMWNER'S: e

lamar & Piinkio Drug Co., Atlanta 6a. The finest line of umbrellas in the : ,

Kidney Cure Distributing Agents city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go look .o M10a; SOUTH PAUFOX STREET
C4t. kidaeyj and bladder rirht. at them I, i i

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA FRIDAY. AUGUST 29 1902

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-Pt I II I STOLE TWO I After Dinner I FIVE NEGROES ARRESTED. i, You Don't Have to '"''Stroll est t io I thN\Vjj'\\


-- S To assist i digestion, relieve distress Charged; with Running Blind Tigers at Drink Boiled Water -

:; after eating ur drinking too heartily Pnillips urg. Tifton Suburb. -

to prevent constipation, take Tifton. Ga.. Aug. :2S:! -Mack D. Paul!; The 4 iil Annual v'a i .

Kmttred at tile Post Office at Pensacola JIHILDREN !!Hood's Pillssold accused; of the murder of h'A brother I DRINK }:nding H"t'flIIl.p'r; .

Fla. tecond-clitss matter Wi.am! ; Paalk. was eomr: tc'd in trial

ornCE :- Building, :'11}, south everywhere. 25 cents. I i bp'o-e Justice; Chestnut yesterday anJ 1 THE[ [EQUITABLE
Ak YourPhysician
falkioi street, up-stalrs. TOTS PURSUADED TO WALK TO I was arried to Nashville jail.murder Hestl1

refuses to talk about the

THE Terms HEWS Invariably PUBLISHINC in Advance.CO. MISSISSIPPI.Chief DOWN ON I Five sale" 'negroes of whisky arrested at Philipsburp: for the waived illegal II p LIFE[ ASSURANCE[ SOCIEty

hearing and JuJge
On Year by Mail .. ....... .f5 *' preliminary .
P PeepJps. of the county court of Her Assets . .
ei )fontb" .. 5oOn Soot of Mobile has been requested HIS KNEES .
...-..1[.by Carrier. Payable Monday lu rien has been asked to hold a special When good Reserve and ot ..' *
to look out for and intercepttwo a physician
.10
this
term of court in Tlfton one day itiesBurplus- _
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TELEPHONE NO. 118. small children, aged 10 and 11, -- I week for the purpose of giving thorn prescribes bur .

to for a patient it is (from ---
w
trial. Other arrests are expected !I'
and one boy, H years: of age, The PARDON EXTRACTED FROM UNWELCOME
follow during the ue k. Schlitz Utr. A physician dends are paid .
oldest one is Richard Gainer of Biloxi knows the \al- "
i At th* requort of citizen a mass
GUEST. PaidtoPolicy-ha! i. '
and the others are: children of meeting of law-abiding negroes was ue of purity. 1W1! . . . -

Mr. Ben Gainer, residing on West I held at the negro Methodist A-khimhuwgnms New Insurance! ;'.

FESSAOOLA, AUGUST 20}. 1902 i Hill, keeping; a grocery store. I Jenkin Stallworth, a hardworking church Several speeches were. afft-ct beer: and hewill Total Insurance u.1. .
I made and the negroes expressed Dec. 31 1901Notwithstanding! .
) t-11\ that ft\v ,
A warrant has been sworn out : black man, went home yesterday their hearty appreciation of I you

RoTH Alabama and youth, Carolina j Richard Gainer, charging the action taken br the whte stomas.li can digest ) t .
I against: evening and found his house doed.He cial( of tl .
then He willa strength ;> s
have doublf-barrt'If:1I1rimaries. people and pledged their cooperationIn }
--- him with kidnapping. He will be I went around to the rear and, I that greater security w .,
at once ,
putting a stop to the illegal sale) impure holder thereby. .
THKV have found a still right in I vi;orou-ly prosecuted when captured -! finding that part opened, walked in of whisky In this section beer i> unh, Jthful) are LOW and .Gl :A"K\N; : ,

in the heart of Atlanta that accountsfor as this is the second time he ha* I! and found a man named Streets in a You will) know then ter than given by .It. :

the muddled condition of the I' done thitrick.. j j I room with his wife. LOOK PLEASANT, PLEASE. why we brew
city's politic- '
-- Richard Gainer live with his i .StalNworth! had warned the negro Photographer C. C. Harlan, of KXOWLES BKoy,

PKE.-11'EM PALM inot behind !' mother at Biloxi Mi i..". She is the \ about coming to hi* habitation, and EatonO., can do *o now though for

older nation in Us ability I years he couldn't, becau he suffered General .\::."i -
ruler of
wife of Ben Gainer
I I first and divorced a*. Jstreety had come in his ab-ence
to a"-i.'n the best berths to membersof I untold agony from the worst form 309 H. Palafox :Ot. i'FN-!
of this who has since innvied -
city
hiimmediite family. : suspicious were aroused and Stalls- of indibe"tion.11 physicians and -

I j Mrs Studebaker.. Two children I I worth became very :lll-n-. Streetyran medicines failed to help him till he

IK Ellen )I. Rtone had ;RottentaUn'led ; I from the fir*! union have been livingi : but the irate hu-band wa* too tried Electric Bitter, which worked SANTA ROSA SURF

up in an automobile or trolley i i with the father hire a lawsuit -uch wonder f..r him that he declares BATHING ESTABUS
ever
i i( swift for him and, producing are-I ; MtNj) ;
car accident her lecture tourwouldn't they are a od-end to -uilerer
| of three years a;o gave the custody of volver, commanded him to halt or
have fallen so lat.! i from dyspepsia and tom a c h ,
'lone child into the father'care.. Thei a F -. '"nwdtT WiHuud. j.
i : diylisht would probably penetrate tiouble1'nrivaled for di-ease-of tinili'i .u h MS 'K1 (prev .. t''
ATLANTA think* in olferjn Bobby I other child would not be sati-tl"d the tMoinach Liver and K ',dneys. I' ', > evening' .
'I I: his black bady. : ? a t\ can irraiiije t" I'i iot ,
Wttlthour. the cycle expert herm They build up and give new lif* to ,
yuralty with from his brother, lLi. i :M.: itt"it ">r r'-fre-lnneii;- -
a separation
did Trv them.
i so. and advanced the wholytein. Only
treety
on .
she i ii giving him the highest i tim,' durin,; the w- ;? i
allow 5nc. Guaranteed byV.. A. D'Alem- i I.i it ; u : \ \'. '
and mutual consent it was
Conor m the state: governorship not : by 'his "ciptor" with an open knife. term.e II1U1"I': .
berte druggist.Forfeiture flit i the !1)1. r. nv
I CHAH .
:''ed| to come from Biloxi and live .
excepted..ITItIKsEY Murder -- -- ---
was imminent and
a woman: i I i'i't I! \'ery I i l I'k ;: .
--- -- --
.GENERAL 1'i i I here. | ran to a telephone to notify a police Prcceedin-gs Requested.
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I \ "II kill \\ \.t! !
New York. Aus. 2s.-Colin toi' rfti.i OYSTERS AT NIC
Some time after the legal 11 ht APOSliES 5
Fans fix the Panamaeaaal I When Stall-worth had ,
gone to to : up man. : ;somewhat ahan of the port of New York h' \\ kii' w and, .'.I!r t
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title. Somehow would I Richard came here and induced the
we ,h iciau kii'
relaxed his V. -
watch ) 11-
: Surety requested the United States tWin i'1 url j }

have had more faith in hi* ability little boys to go back with him. I 1 broke and rat., and has not yet been 'attorney to !'nftitnt forfeitnn i:: the'u' !In 'rr, \''nt i! SS Fine iiy-t 'r- tod\. !

had he fixed up the beef trust before', They were on the way, but the father found. feedings in the case of iJOtumor( 'h \v 'n : i I'I-.t i t n \N !I. \

tit left. i I : of pearl and diamond necklaf si S:it n ,. -
pursued them, cathinx the children '
-- ----- -- Stalhworth and trig wife
were arrested "ri from a wealthy female iias-i'nei) ron
THE project of connecting the before they cro:- d into Ala .. FINE STATIONERY.
: for cursing and assaulting, the Kron Prinz Wilhelm. a w .t

;r -at lake.with the Mississippi :''bUI1L.Ithing else was done until I I, and as the mayor heard the storhe, I aao.; Tuesday.Vhethe,- criminal! pro I M''
river canal which died
by a -ome
: : ceedires will lie brought against the C \ :\ -
about ten days a;o, during Mrs. I Thompson "
told Stall: worth he could
years a.jo, has been resuscitated. I = go, intimating woman who resides in thii in oas
it* second life be Gainer's abeuce.Richard Palafoxtreet.. hi- )u-t ,
May more that the
pro- ; hu-biud: was: ju.tifled not been derided. THE BEER
.
}'ltllU5. i I again came to vi-itthem in what he had done. new supple of 1.11I,11.i
THAT MADE Paper white, blue and ;: I ,
Get
As both the \ictonous repre-enta- :, and when the mother left one day, !j When the report reached the po- Chattanooga.Burglars Tern.Big. An?Booty. _N ---A "reI MILWAUKEEFAMOUS Envelope to match. 'Xl..: :

lives of E-carubia county had a free he took the children! out on a prom- lice station it wa to the effect that a I rial to The News from NahU -=a s alga Foreign Mail Tabl"t- .

..chuullJ.k plank in their platforms I i-e of going in bathing. When hego man had killed his wife ; and that burglars broke into the po-fofiice atRidgetop ; velopeto match. I Ink ;'
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We expect toee them on the right { them beyond the city limits he mother mm' life was in danger blew open the Fan-" and! Penholder, Blankbook-. !

ide wnn the question comes up before rated 3CIl/) worth of ctampand: IIi j etc.. away- on hand
with him
the text leri-lature. compelled them logo under from the mad bu-b mud. flucausedquite vaJuahlr'. Two storertt r.r..n Hi
Phone 2'U.
L Bear & Co. Wholesale
_. AgtsTYPHOID
--- threats of bodily tunn.i astir, and the marshal and were also! rol !b M. It is tho'l ;!ht

TE county coimm-iioner of sevtr.l I i! When Mr. Gainer realized what I litirelars: were escaped < on> lets f. Pen ;al''h Ft1.
Mounted Olicer: Parker the vi,
went to
lot the most pro-ptrou-s counties the state penitentiary. -- See I lYvorbefore/ |II|
had occurred he tried to recover -- -
i acme in double quick time.
of the state have already made, ap They low

propriationfor the Mate" Fair, but I i I i them. He was informed that th* : r" cv.red a pit"l. braknucks and Appointed Aposto'ic Deleate.:

E:-catnbt.a has not yet been heard iI I children had walked westward, :and tU-r! warlike implement-, yet, Rome, Aus :L'S.-Monsignmi' Oaiiii FEVER Everybody tins a rte! ;

Irl'Ut. :rur<-lvhe; will be there also, from previous statement nun young has: been appointed! apostolic delegate 1 piece of thu arth. It!'"
I j!I withal, nobody even *iifered n in the Philippines. .GERMS. light for it. They'' -: WI:.

THE Labor Diy committees are II| Gainer it i i.* surmised they are footing small pin -cr:itch. . chance tojretit. an*! _' .

He has often said - --- Thos. C. Watson & Co.
u-1nt; every etloit to have a glorious: it to Kilox's.
LOOK AT HER. cannot r-inuu in. : '" -r-t'-tit 'lft..ryuu .
JUST Imveomepartirul" 11" 'MMtn?
hud memorable celebration\ Maiiulia ;- he could and would walk the di.- A YOUNG LADY'S LIFE SAVED. I L.iV" tafc'-u i !"-.. of '.
offer 1 N
to just
now .1.
that
Whence came ;spn;ntly -tepfanltle
Blutf .
Monday. Everybodyshould t tnce At Panama, Colombia, by Chamberlain's 'I roil to come and inv"' : >'.
take a day oil to attend and Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea I *-. skin, rich, rosy complexion. You will never regret :. :
Mr. Gainer drove as far as the I 1-mniliug face" :>he looks goods, feel en.
the celebration
make worthy of the I tJEPATIGlIRAWhy
Remedy.Dr.
cau-e which originate* it. 1: ferry near Baldwin county anJ was: ;bond Here's htret'crt't.. She u-e-

'; there informed the three had passed Chas. H. Utter, a prominent Dr. Kind's New Life Pill*. Ke-ult NOTICE TO CAS CONSUMER

THK: I.. k \Kulroad Company i* 1 physician, of Panama. Colcmbii, in all organs active, dire-tion, fa'' od. no _
over. It i is expected they w ill reach i
already making arrangements to ''a recent letter state-: ''VL..t)1 arch headache, no chance for "blue-.' / run t'i- rikf : iviu-1 After July .51 the olllce and 4.rOllm .

handle its -hare of the winter tourist :Mobile todiy. I had a; a patient a young ladyix- Try thorn your-elf. Only 2:ic. at W lonsrp "f F'-vet w!,eiia. at-Noand2 of the Peu-.icola; Ea-t Gab" Br-- ( .. :.a.

tralhc which will be nnuually The younger children are known teen yeirof age, who had a very A. D'Alemberte's. can mak voitl-elf ab- dutely! | (larder -treet .

bad attack of dysentery. Kvpry- -- ---- ---- ,. C. T.K: 1Th K
tfe hy tllk ill L t d. r "rxn -
.
be-ts ,'<...4. { < <<,... ,' <
tourist's : .1 1' 'B- ) 'c j S''55iSrrYsTfSt'c .. )))-? 1Ji1ifl 1i 'i11 1i? ..f11l/>. .nH'1:31w'sN ? ) -

: <> <.&< ..? ..?<<". <- 5 ? ':::'I't r"'", :> .
r ?cad >>>s1: Sys;> $ t>1lRtttcrtt
'IiXnl ? ) cr err 'Ie et.Ir. f 6pgfoanu, <>uccf tfiat f ftaveac-i
t. >,)>> .> 't'J>'r 'J>> 't" 'i>>>' 'l) }j>>>>> .) 'tc;c Ssssiss, 1h ?>n'p)} '>>-r7?' ?tl'e.. : ( ai t TIE'KGCQ ?) WlljA?7' ? ?!fl"" ?
c.te.c;
*,f tilt tttcrrae. ) sad )?rs. fitfaer are very< she wuui.! die. She (tad tseconte opted 11(1jue .r.. Yf. ;>. FEVER GERMS> nearly }Z>) -F ,)'n. ;l'ow, You con fJj.) ,
-- -- ------ and SS. Frs(>es uncS; v3SSS wowe nls
\ much perturbed over the disappearance } weak that she could not turn over in i .Il( ,
J-* ihbibowlJjy* of J. :N. LMvxL.tuu \ b 'd. What J their children and for to do at this critical
i> a
; iie vvai taught that: the moment to meet try friendand re-peetfulty and Grass Mieats frtiui tt'f
was a study for me but I
earlbird itches the worm, andba. ; time thought they had, been tlrown- thought of Chamberlain' Uolic solicitthe patronage which they *.> Price. 50 Cents Per Bottle. Willis Hardware ('o' *.

.> formulated hi, -euatorial campaicu ed. Mr?. Gainer went to the county Cholera and DiarrLu-i lieiu'edy and liberally extended tome jii the pa-t.

I f ;;1 alou,: that lute. The celerity jail yesterday ufteiuoon to ascertain as a la-t re-ort pre-cribed it. Tile(1Wt All orders entrusted to me will rpceivt ,I: Fin' t ate. Sy .\lt tatnagt.t" FRANK SECARl'S BATH HOUSE

I I : i.f the time, however, have iHivJerM-: iif) wont had been received from wonderful result WM etf etf'tl. e-i'fcia] altenlii/D and with
f f' tied the uW iiiHxitn, and J. :;. C. 1 Within eight hour cue wafeeling and more vArtedtocfc a.t my i>' '

I i will find that uv it H the early ( Chiefi"O.t.. ( much better ; in-ide of three days coinmarid. I will be enabled to till JEWELER\ IN HIS day Deep for water White-f people>a btritI:..iuU'I: :
she
--- -- -- ,; WUP"II her feet and at the end
! ; vkotm that caught by the. bird. of one week a' SHATTERS ALL RECORD 1\eatf, br-t am) r!' '' "
will be
-:tle ty all .tru"i.t'S; aud medicine ait/i to turrit yiiur coLtid.f-LC'- '
hO.\I\ \' II.I.K boast of the NEW STAND btth house in the citv. I t'' -
:: : can:
Twii-fiu !u -pital. F. A. GulUd dealer-.
?p. 10 the fuure a? in the pj-t. ..... ,.
Ii( l>e-t gun club, the -wiliest ball play- Verbena, All., paid a vat -um to I GEO. };'JXIr.\. Cents. FttAi \. ,',
Cor. Ce"alloand / if: -'
ets, and the h-and-ouiest w..uin doctor to cure -evere ca-e of pile*. I --- -
( tIn S.'o1'W: )' \
Florida. Thrtol' mighty good thinispecially ;-, cau-lnil tumor-. When all failed, Water :Melon I have m"ved my jwlry -tore t..

the :latter." It would bean Bticklcn- Arnica Salve -con cured sri'.K IL.tIllIM.: JST.\: Hr.I....?1fSt and Cholera are ea-ily i-ociated. I I l'J"J South: Paltfox formerly occupied AAA.A.A.AAAAAA1
him. i Subdues Inilammation
con-
irremediable oversight to our 'I I quers Aches, kills Pattiliet salve Bathing in the warm gulf water is Tins dreaded and grave trouble of by Bi- & Co., ai.d im now HAVE YOU NOTICED |

town to let the above blather-kite in the world. :';jc. at W. A. I)Alem-[ I jconceeded to. h* the rine-t in the the bowel cau-e much :;utYeriu : better prepared than ever to give

a--ertiou from the tiiHeville: New, berte'- drug ..tore. :, world. : \ ; rplea-ure vithsafety. painful cramp, profu-e "weatin i great bargains; in diiniondwatclie-.

ft ullchallt'Il;'HL While K-cambia ', -- -- :,'! the day. or Go week.d board Luncheon and :lodging promptly by and intense thirst with votnltinjr, jewelry. etc. Call andee rn airli WHAT IS MISSED HERE fIvvvvv..VYVVy |

county remain part of Florida A QUINTETTE OFTRAIN erred at all hi-ur*, day or night.: purging and evacuationTreat vigorously t i let me convince you.

thr re-t III tuttate inu-t keep in the CH..UU.tH.. BI'KIOV, with Perry DaviPainkiller. J. I. STEPHEN.; ". I

back row", -o f ir n* lull player, gun RIDERS 2m-tf __ u Munagfr.Fishing ; I lit f-tlicipnt and *afeIt 11 standard -- .- -- -- --=

club aiul tiand-ome women are con tackle of all kinds I remedy. Drurgi-t. :!;> and 51).:. ALL WERE SAVED. Do y,.u want i I u. i-'n fint; <: :.

cerned. for little mon- ; .' If -'. j'l.
;
-- -- and good crab nets at the furniture. oI I "For year. I *ullr -d such untold Stephens, the ]>-\.."''h.r. H" w. i-

FRANK \\",10111.\LI.. a prominent i: Deputyherity hrew ton arrived Willis Hardivaer Cos. I Ilfl YouSTant\\ t '.. !!. mi-ery from Bronchiti" writeJ.. commodate you.
tFoley's PRYOH', -
Vlillter 1U Oeor: ;ia. ;\ives ouie oruinnl ye-terd ly afternoon froM McDavid I ----- H. Johnston of Brou;!hton, Gi.

| and intere-tiiu experience in I Cleaning ladies rkirts and waist I : "that often I was unable: to work. chain and
with five bi; ne/roe. securely hand- All kinds of
-) cotton cultivation to the Macon II is one of CT specialties Star Laua honey and Tar Then, when ev"rythinh'el-e failed I .

Telegraph : "My cotton never suffer ;, cu'Jed. They were locked up at the dry. I cures colds, prevents pneumonia. was wholly cured by Dr. Kin;.(" New rocking chairs at Marstt

from e\ce-i\ely hot weather" county jail and will plead guilty Di-covery for Consumption. My wife! (Quina's.. Prices are ver'j

I' + iys' Mr- WooJall and the "secret of All of them are charged with beating utTered iuten-ely from A-thma, till low. -

thi he explainby : tying he plantIn -" their railroad train. I it cured her. and ill our xprience! -
on a
way ARE WE FIXING UP ? ?oe- to now it 1s the be-t (roup
:
cotton in the water furrow-or, "
The name* of them were jiven as medicine in the world A trial will
'i J in other wordjut: ..* corn I" plant I convince you it':; uiir
ed. Mr.Voodall say* he ha- occa- I Dave Bell, Hendry Brown, Henry v WELL. I SHOULD REMARK !lNI I Thruat and Lung diea.juarau
i Hansen Alfred l'ackenand Chas. MI; teed bottle- :4c. and 11 (.). Trial hot-
rionally experimeuted, 'Lautiugeuule EFFECTS
PING-PONG
II I
of this cotton on the beds as hi* Evan*. They had been working on \ > ( XLl' .v I.' I\\' DAY> tiefree -at-W.- A.-D'AletaberteV.- : .

uetghbor-have done andome: in railroad and thought had i TO I'IXI II. I The latest and .p.t,"' '.*"
the they a I i Don't drink anything but CAFE ; ;
=; the water furrow, with the result :: Not a bit of it. The biz i= in New ions are always 1D1WH1 .,'.1.1i ; ::.:
ri.:ht to ride without passes. I TIME man York buvin.r gooda, and I DU MONDE COFFEE. You knllll'
f that the weather would rUin one I j from the me of the bll coming in h, must 'expect all the preted into Butterick I'J-. ..n.-. 'r

Held, while the cotton in the water | factories to c o-e down -hortly. and we have to make preparation for their ( if* pure. All grocer -ell it. JAICOBY !September supply ha* H b**>
', I* iiilt Unit liinn reception Our fixings will be fim-hed thi. 29h day of Auu,'
furrow would thrive. He ha< made : then we i GROCERY CO., Di-tribu- received. It will w-.:i.e: ,
begineGiug out the stock on hand pay
on to popular favor? It seem* to be. at prices that would startle' vouif I .'
nub 33 baleon 20 -1
3* a- acres he I were to mention them.CLOTHING i i tor?. :;uitf have dressmakipg intT.ti .1.- :
declare He cultivatehi' cotton A noticeable increase in ale of __ and look over our stock

entirely with a plow, the hoe hands i] Painkiller come from golf districts !! SHOES, HATS, UNDERWEAR; I For the next

:' The rea-on for this I" clear as Perry ; 't t Almost t Cost t idy-iuv
never >ti the: field to 1
g.' except chop In fact evemliinzpertaiaine! t., MeU Wear and all the bet grades man- niture at O: THE FOUNTAIN PEN
;i Dave PaiLkiller is time oldest and
the cotton t. a stand. ufactured. You all know JII" Colemiu handle* the bet
be-t of everything.; M. Pryor's to make room for new .
'
remedy .
strain*. bruist' extint and: S'urentall' forprains of don't you? All you want tf do is. top in and we will tell you all about stock. is an initruniet1! I' *
I it' at ------ -
. The flcest" line of sterling: filtergood '" *
which are of than "-'-
common occurrenie.: more it c -
. = and: silver novelties is to be either in vizrorou play or through -: tl JOE COLEMAN'S Ball Hearing keen cut- when it h a rf-i:ab,. l -

.": found at J I. tephens'. Prices to acci.1ent rywhen"the standard ting Lawn Mowers, at the his the Water P
please :tll. liniment and balm 21:: SOUTH PAL\FOX slUK f.
i Willis Hardware Co's- the best1


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- THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 29. 1902. j



;c.O ..ru! President' ; 1'a. sooa. F. C. NORTON Cashier : i r.--GRAND-@{ i

J'j."fM-HEE.V.ce-Pres.dent. ; M. E. CLARK Asj't Cashier. wWJ4 !



AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF I



PENSACOLA, FLA. a Labor Day i: fi: !


Designated Depository of the United States. 1 1 1


Condensed Statement at the close of business Aug. 21, 1902.RE.OURCES. I II :
.PICNIC.
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LIABILITIES. I -.: .m ;

1h-! . . .. . .. . . $:j50. 1)3.19 Capital Stock ...... .. ...... .. ...... .... I2W.OOO.OO 2S252S'2.S 25252E2.S252525cS7V

I. '*".. .. . ... .. ..... ... 9.97274; ; Surplus Fund... .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .. .... 10,000.00 -ATMagnolia- --------
'. .. . .. ...... ... .. .. ..... .... ---,-- -------- r.
459bS;! Net Profits ..... .. ..... .... .... .... 10.242.U4 -- - - - - ---
" 1- ant Premium.... ...... ..... Ib7.171.fc7 Circulation ... .. ..... .. ...... .... .. .. .. .. }tl ,I>>.IOo
1 >intf*. etc .. ..... .. . .... 2,62>.00 Depoit, ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 390,403.71
. i-.d: Fixtures.... ...... .... ...... 1i.I1S Bluff Must Have Room !

., . ..... .. .... .... ...... SsS4I ,
1 1Il'.u.e.. ... .. ... .. .. .. ...... 153,25'.
l ....ROOM ROOM !1....


$jIUjtJ 6j *iIO.iU6.tij I, Manai it t. I I 1902 the past 15 day our Buyer, Mr. W. J. FOR BE:':. (t

PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. FOR been going the round< of Northern Markets

where has been bought the L'ir>rest. Finest and
- -----, 1 I Most Complete tock Ever Bought fur thi- Market. HP

occurrence, but the origin of such: wrire : "Clean all Summer Merchaudi-e Regardle-!
B. H. FAIRCHILD, I GIVEN BY its Value mint have Room for
THAT BIG 1| a rumor would not be given this ; the Proper Handlingand
Display Falllprchaudi.e.." Tln order ui"ani
(CPUOLBTE 1Z"I morning. : much work for Hilp People : 1JL' Bargains for You. .

IA T RUMANA STREET. Such was mentioned to a gentle- Local Assembly Every Department Carrie* its Attraction. Havn't tinge ?
II BAYOU FIGHT! to enumerate, only one or two in point of demonstration. 11
today, but it indignantlyand
f- II" / Ref nlShmg Furniture a man was I ,: -. lEI
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S/ tna/t,. i emphatically dE'niE'dJy him. He :

claimed the entire thing was a "tem- No. 1565, 3,000 YARDS COLORED LAWNS. =a

hoUO 40li. i I A TRUE STATEMENT FROM ONEi i iI ?
__ I pest in a teapot. : All of there Beautiful ..
I Colored Lawn that wen- it'!

R. K. WHITE, i 1 I WHO KNOWS. ;; The general opinion eems to be \We Heights\ of Labor, and 1'2'jc..to ) .:, \ II'; .?

I : prevalent that a great deal more
---- t::; WHITE CHECK AND STRIPE LAWNS.
f. I. 1\IIlIfadllrill Jcttc1tr I I i than what has been made pub'.c! has If4
A little di-turbance at the Rig j .>
Forierlyt'1.1 for 1:' I I", and LIK-. to ."t 1 I' Irj 1
i I..i.lu.itf' Uplirian, I II occurred, and is being withheld for ur" >
Bayou: early Tue-day morning H THE COMMITTEEOF "?
>( '..n.a...t.. t'U fsar of the. law.
WAIST MATERIALS. -
I
causedomr wide comment and ins - -- :

- -. I crewed u-piciou in this city and The bet physic-Chamberlain'sHtomach ARRANGEMENTS Entire Line of Beautiful: (' dttr.-d (>iiuitv >'Iris- M I llt. !!': v *
and Liver Tablets.: Easy, to Guarantee the Public of 1' rial I.uow u
allort- of uraUe5 are being made to 'D"\ light and dirk ground: wer.i the L'i" tr :
take. Pleasant in effect For sale! cob and E-c lInbil County a Li-i |1. Y u'.1.. !
bj- all elifYesterday-. I by all drurgi-t* and medicine dealer i ?
NOTES] cf Enj )y"lhh' Sporty VIM before .
NEWS :; afttrncollentlf.man; *. Equaled: at :my Picnio CHECK MUSLINS. : :

in tull po-es-i' of the facts stated iu the City witiSuitable .
I For C'l: ldren'- tprot.dtlni Littln Iin -**-. .ntiit.: x i. :" ICii

_. A- --.d i that the only attempt at secrecy Prize- 1C.t"> go at . .i ,,' mid .
I CRIP FOUND ON
i-. :i-ut jf X. C. Mc- over the matter was the: keeping out The Contestant.A
Lucky 1 &?
I' 50 DOZEN CELEBRATED PRINCELY SHIRTS.
of cluth-
i: :a u-ti-Mi r tie f of the new-papers: ; of names; of well i

,.:. 11 furnishings, etc., EARLY MORNING TRAINA ..: --.
i known people who are-ummeriug Two Seperate ( :)1\.I r-, One Pair CutfAll\ ( or- w -r' :

I .- :*..uth Pahfi'X treet REGATTA 75c. F.xtr.l-'pecJ.lI. . . . . Tjo ? ":0.
.. of life I at the bayou, and by virtue of the ----
>: I I. hance a JIlt
; I 1. Open to all tl it bottom boatin ,_, _,' ______ __ ___ __ ._ ?
htsrtlmi.'. i I fight or assault: having taken: placeI A grip, containing; a number -
the bay of Peii-acola, prize< alt r -
li-trilwtion at the Labor I at their camp it would if made public of valuable deed, was found on the I In !o'ilk'l. SitinP.laek fr'- Go.i- UI.JI- '
t r cup. H PIU113IlK I tmnants of EvpryihinirvlUUQllUi -'-.
t.ii' t .iitvexful competitors necessarily give them an uupleaaut ;5 a. m. train today but there was 2. Round bottom boatrace opento ?< .i v< AT ii vi.r IMI I'. 1IItIII ,
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,'ii .ti."[ Uy thi morning in I and very undesirable no nothing in it to lead! to the name of all. Prize, silver cup to be sailed .. ... .... ........ ... .....- ....... .. .. . . .
K vumlow of Peter Linden I toriety. the owner. As some of the contents for under the rules of the Pensacola i:

Miry -.tore. It i* a 1: Yacht Club.
"The facts are these," said the are important papers It may be that :
'M.-rtioB.[ and was ad- I mmodore'ud appointed a-
..I people this morni gentleman : ''.\ respectable and :. the owner wishes to recover it at 1 judges J. It. Pruter, Jnu. lie Wel..h.i W. J. & B. FORBES.

I hard-working black woman, with avery once. Deputy Constable Kelly can i JO. Mathideu.TintekeepersD.. =
;i J. HayeGeo..
''..tJo4e tonight pred I worthless husband, was employed direct anyone interested a? to the 1' Morgan.Meaurers. : :

>-d bytb wonder- j at tha camp. Recau-o th .' ;;rip'. location. -J. T. Chri-.tophersen. JAIIJIIJJIlIIIJ II ) "Il\
S. B. Flynn. ,
.. b* presented the by j woman was always required to beneat i -- -- The indications point to a large: > .vvfrv'r\}}) V (\j; ;r\) '. \ ) '..' '>v '
I U
it. He and clean, the husband thought; GREAT AUCTION SALE number of entrance for the regatta,
'uode.ru times. who are re-iiectfully requested to I
she had some money and came torequest ui'ike: entry and be at Palafox wharf II I
with him the I I BEGINS MONDAYMr. for mea-urement between N a, in. and If You Buy Tiii-ui!' at the nll..t:0'11 It.tor,., They 'ri' (i.,.ni'
a sum from her. She had
him enter-
ip I PJ no.ln1'ouuda\. John ( r. \\VIhSecietary
given him money on various occa ;: lVnacula Yacht Club

ham'il- I' ions and this time refu-ed him. N. McMillan hay rented the will receive the entrie* and fnruihanyiutnrnati'r Biggest Shoe Sale of the Season !
in relation to the
h*II. prnuced I Then he beat her into insensibility tore, corner of l'a\\fnx\ and Intendencii yacht rae-*. I II I NO OLD SECOND HAND SI'OOK IN TillsA1.E.: :.

to ;30ut aud would have undoubtedly killed recently occupied by Meyro- Boat; entering will be measured ALL CLEAN, NEW. FItFu1: Hoon.. I'HlrIcrT: : TO THE
at the title: tilde.AN LO'ET0 [('H.
*, were vitz for one month and nasin
her had just
her
no: screams attracted ajreiuterrurr 4 Here *
UP: some price :
:s bf 1:11(1 attention and fie ran etotPd tiPren F.,h y,. 'Wfth} IJ tt ). BTCfflHC rUg RACE. t L df-' OX/VIA- Irtv.it Hi(}-, }.1tNIC J,(JJr ;u.H/d \ el K ,1- i night: and amid cull for *.'<. rbi, -al-,
new this year'i style- : iunux; f2.to.
*, shoes ami men'* furnishings. First medal. Two other
prizeold
".<. large uutn- .up. The vrut;,;! hti-b.inJ got away. .: : All our LidieOxford:, aud Coloui- iti Ideal Kid loud I'utmt Leatherand
suitable
which Monday :ept. I. prize Kid. --old all > 50 thiv --ale for $1 7"..
4' working the "The woman however, was not beginning The uu.d Itt of !laud sports, with Vk-i which i" a-on at |2 at
i Our Ladies' &.' Oxfords iti all sh.*. Patent Leather tip, stork tip,
i and continuing for one month, he suitable prizes, will another grand
i, hurt 5-0 badly a- you newspaper boy* i i heavy and lightole*, now $tls.
.-' IIU1 Jo*. Cole- would have people think but, I will i will sell at auction-nothing to be features day. of the amu-emeut of the I i 'Hiee are only a few of the many peci .1 priced' we are offering. Come'and
reerved. bf convinced.it the bet place to buy high-ci.!", f-n.twiir for the
1. for new fall and Excitin-r game of ba-eball.:
it n Mr. Coleman ii :jsiy, she was !'utrerinmuch pain. This! is the greatest chance everoffered Tuij-of-War, 12 siiule men v*. 12 least money i- uti -- .- ,-

;, And it wa* only from a hum me 1m.I here t* buy good* at your married men.Hammer i
.
u : and thi* mean;
I pulse tnat a train was called and the own price. Merchants would do throwing.
inrixnn till they well to be hand early Monday to High jump. : Boston Shoe Store
ou
I' t1 pr"' -*tIut *tock at wounded woman brought to thei Broad jump.

Read th i buy from this stock, as everything Men'* toot race.
i i. w piie* i city for tr&atmellt.hp was: carried I
will be sold at highest bid regardle Boy- foot race.
'IIl..ut.tUtti call uud '!'to the infirmary and was dischargedthN ;* of co-t. Shoe mixing conte-t. I, \TII\N (.. roiM 'IIIIMII: : :. "\'III"'WIII,'.

: mornin;;. She is now at her Mr. McMillin ha- an advertisement Sack'three-leaged race. race. Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street.

.f I uihc"lk!! tDf't. home on East Gregory street. Her in thi_iue.. Read !r. ( iris foot race ;; to 14 years. I

i-.d lfi-latfd that an I Girl foot race, h to Hi year-. I
': .'ooij ..IJtwalk.JeIt t I'Hallie Becky Gri*"ui. Her husband Throwing; the ball s to p. years. : FALL TERM. !
Hotel Camden
I today the bu->ie-1 t has shown up, a reconciliation THE WEATHER I The fall term of :MeuxS Ru-ine-s

\ Marshal Credille,.. 1! has taken place and now everything DANCING. j College Sehol 01 Shorthand. TYI'I"I
; r VMIHNI.IM ..\.
.ti.--v requiring;: a,. is at an end and I hope that the Jig; dancing and round dancing. i writing; aii.l Literature will openSept. '

n'if. and lu every '! papers will so regard the matter." TO-OAY Prize for the bet looking lady 1-t. DIY and Ni.'lit! Sf,,inn. i Is Now Open to the Public.

:u 04 ability th*I 1! and gentleman on the ground*. This institution wasetabli-bed'nr II |

.. I resolution. This statement was corroborated Rest looking baby, not over six :Sept. :!1. l:>i.O: andill *on enter under t'.f IJlIU.: 'Ilieut of
by several other gentlemen who J-oriU t'Mt'CI.tl1owt'n toni :lit and I' years on the grounds. i itexitence. '
<, boy njineii I[ upon theeiLthyearof
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ft-r were at the bayou at the time the baturdayrreeh southra-terly to souUirljwind A FINE TOMBOLA I There hundreds of men
"i..vrd at the L. A N.. H i are young ,, MRS. S. MIMS

tlu-H, ..trained hi-,i ; di-turbance occurred. ; ; and women in thi}* city andur- ,
stocked with fancy and costly prizes I
rounding country who attribute j; ..f h.CHh. Flriidl.RA't'IS .
I I.v iftt-rnoon while at Temperature in Last 24 Houri: Refreshment*, under the management -
...". of L. A. loi-; in charge of Mr.i their *ncceIH life tn hiving; taken j
; fr m :i moving mi Maximum...... .... ..... fattenMmiuium I
r tine near bein;.:; AN INVESTIGATION : .. ... ... Tld;rfr!'I i I Joe Febro will be served at city a cour-ein thi school. It qualified !| RFASONAI5IJ:, +

iur I ..d, as the wheel- HAS COMMENCEDThe Elsewhere j! price*. one for b'l'iue I Ry: the Day. Wetk or Monti

!. body. It wa-. Temperature : A han1-=..mely illustrated catalogueis ; :
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u ALL LABOR AND
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contabl'oHke the II1l1rnill 1\"" Mmtlmta now in course of publication Ttblt- Furiii-tiid witn t:."- i'.est-th -

I that! the little tel \ .. ... .. ... "" 'il I Market Allords.Public .
|1..: -, vend bewail an irrve-tly'ltien/ into the alleged Ki-m.irck ... .. ...!" :5"fbicmtn | CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS which will be i-"ued alJ'ut'ept.. l-t,
... ..... ..... ;; to; Send fr AddresC.. O.
... th. i disorder at the Rig Bayou e'irlily Ciuoinnati ... .... ..... ... ... >.. "> 1'i.! copy. i Patronage Solicited. .
r- -null il f.r I| Hili\.ton __.., .. ........ *< S2I and General Public are Respectfully MPUX. Principal h4' !South Pala
ii .>f an opera that 1 | Tuesday hr.rning. whn a special I Huron ... ............_.. '\' .., i Reque-ted to Participate. 27dw i, Free Sample R >'im-.
fox
Jacksonville ........ .... 5>H" It I
'uand well driM-ii I I j L. fe N. train wa- necessitated to, Kansas' ulty._" ..... ..... .........w, IB I street- "
west . .. .. w *" TICKETS i audiy Rate :Made: to TravelingI
i. itjersof UicRo-tor i'I bring; the injured; to this! city. !, Memphis: .. .-' "* I I :M -n.
> iiiy.rtmliiing thiI ;' Motule: -* TMontgomery I'nion Thos. Watson & Co.,
i' can be procured at the Depot
.\ reached thtiouuble today wl
: report J-, the leading Real Estate Agents, take
I iu exceptionally ,. w nrl"I\'u w ; i' Ticket Ollice. '
....,-.u. made up ..I f:f that two ladies: and a gentleman >>> ew\ork .7'. "0'nvannah Transportation from I'niou <) ** all the worry uf the shoulders of the i VIRGINIA COLLEGE

>, .1\' irN .itui hand, hadu..tlined injuriefrom the *.UJIt', I st. Louis" ," Depot and Admi-*ion to the' "AfjP :'owners of property manage the II'or 1 YOC.NU UtlilK Koanokc. Va.

.. .. . . . UUU .
i them po*..es-iii!.,, .' Grounds renting of their houses and the collection I. "p.m'I'I"it !- .'". Hi,,.. of tb. Itmllnsrtioolt (
Children _' c. her V'Mii I, di- dud) nuny of then:t of their rents as con"C pu- ; Nr. bi.ii'lnij-: p.ami" and Hijuspnii-ut.
and Trains; leave: Union depot, every hour ., tiously a* they would thf-melves. i I Caiiipuiru at r* ? grand nicutilitincrn*--
American ry tot allrof \ .t. ained f..r h. 31ttl. ?:ui -
.! from 1 midnight. Their chargeare very a-onable. i I roprai. Bnllm..rcao -athi-i r ull course
eau-ervatorie
: : Peron coining by boat or other I. Vonsf-riator* adTBOta fin \n. Mu+IC ana
'.r optT wind r! Grand Auction Sale conveyances will b> admittedat Hf-ci.inr.: -->,,..I!..Tt.. tram thirty !\I&'t'\
I. tot c"t"J"au"adl.lr. -(-
i i. :Monday night : 2jc:: to the ground-. Many per-on HI tins communityare .1'j :11.\ Tit..1' HAKUIS.Pn-MdKnt.

.* 1 knsnoir. VCONCEKT ".
rrlllay MISIC BY THE Buttering, from kidney complaint

.. -A'I'-a who could avoid fatal results by u-
i- I I.-: ela-ticity b- AND DANCE ATMAUNOIJA
PENSACOLA CONCERT BAND.
Cure. W. A.
fug; Foley's Kidney
I '. i- lo-t vitalityr Southeast Corner of Palafox and Intendencia Streets of RL1'FF'l'Hl"1;--D.1\'
D'AIemberte. ;. Palafox.
.. Management reserve the rightof :
.r-tj'arilU will re NIGHT. TRAINS AT h, $::* AND
Worth of refunding the money and refu- ------- -
$5.000
9. LAST TRAIN RE1TRNHAT
ing admission to objectioual parties. watches and
will
I repair your I
lli>,. TICKEiS 2.,, L.S) r,-!, AT
U I'ri'lrt lion Jewelry in first-class etyle. J. I
Shoes Hats and Men Furnishings I
Clothing : dtepne'ns. DEPOT.
.: > .1 i b.- m the alErt t<) COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENT : -

<...t Painkiller Perrj Beginning Honday, Sept. 1st, 1902 w. P. H. THARP. I Crab nets and ishing I i I in+t're-yes for the
v -:1: a-K for it : !roar R. A. CRFDILLE. i The I llect t price ever *ali h"'re.
and Continuing One Month. I I f) M l'rpr.
11.,1
persuade you tiu J I JOE FEBRO. tackle to suit everybody, at
I -

..l, t-l-e.u;")-ttitul"aic claimed to bit ei I NOTHING TO RE RESERVED-ALL MUST GO. :STORE IS Chairman Sporting Committee : the Willis Hardware Co's. jf; XflVPlnnAV\ I'll blllin
ONLY. '
RENTED FOR ONE MONTH ARTHUR )11 COS ELL. ---- \
iy which has bee I ,' L \ \I \ lJ ) Y'lt.alrni
iM.ily: d..ctor for lit" Chairman Refreshment Committee : Cls9TOftIA.Bem : .
oj' : .t"p Jurrr..i N. c. MCMILLAN JOE FERRO.Cnairsnn the ar g'19d pare I Gals ECtzrtt.'lRiLJr ture at Marston $ Qninn's
,
:::'l'.r: b'lw Great Furniture Emporium.
'. Gate Committee: -
1..1': "ttie-2') I
JOO smith lalal'; :Street. ALBERT POURTLEa. I I' .



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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1902


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STEAMSHIPS.- : IN ORIENT CHOLERA MARITIME CHARGES I AN OLD Will transform sour the the most sweetest crew?!,' .-.... c .;'IiI 1.

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-- -- 1 I able nature into a ovirntableindiuJaal '-- ...... .. \
sa
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WORKS GREAT HA VOl PORT OF PENSAGOLA If impatience or feer ,', :
SAN TRIP yz .
OCEAN
I a'I'
excusable
it is
t SORE \\ ...
I
t Ct"4 Jd I' tortured by an eating ;nIt : : IS
(110 MW 'kORK BOSTON -e
Epidemic Has Nov.* ReacheAlarming TOVVAC.E TARtFtFree., or uu- is truly dlocI'url::':. ..

( n.-so ALL Ji frj i months of diligent and faithful use of external r*>niedus t r 'or

L EASTERN RESORTS )fci Proportions contracted for Te-eN ; i i I remains as defiant, angry and offensive as c'tr'n' :

l t, t. )./ t -_____ Round towage ,iin and out aui two : matter on what part of the body it comes, is an e\uluK.: ui l;

VII PEOPLE DYING BY i constitutional or organic trouble, and that the drtg ; it
rIle tl.1@V )I'' HUNDRED harbor trove-,, :ac. per tou. Thi* | > l.
l I remain in the system; or, it may be that some long lnd.V-! .

CoMpA\1': ) rate applies whether n"sel.,; tows or has the surface and its tkstrtui '. >
OCKAN STCA fit:rW' i Cancer- come to begun :\ \
Disease Extends From Island of Java 'I .
I
J '. .\ I r ( 'K.-MV. : tJO not. The blood must be purified before the soreill fill irui ::'. .

Hours of Ocean Breezes 'I*: : to Japan-Almost{ Every Coast City STORK for : and the skin regains its natural color. It is "
Vessels not free or contracted :
,
Sailings each \\'eelt'Crom ; I and Many In the Interior Are Af. I j through the circulation that the acrid, corroding! ,,

3 Savannah. Ga. J I TIME Inward Ballast Joe. per ton ; fluids are carried to the sore or ulcer and keep it

.. 'I i I fected. loaded 15c. moving m harbor irritated and inflamed S. S. S. will purify and
ton
per ;
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I
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,: .. .. I.' I -.1 I. .a I.n."I>" 1 'II't ; to cost women is a term of J invigorate the stagnant blood when all sediment or
:if .r Victoria li. C. Aug. 2sTie
,
'. , epidemic serious 3c. per ton. '
\I", Ie anxiety, :; thought ( other hurtful materials are washed out fresh rich bb'! .
"
:"If .. 't. p. ""."" ', 1'.1" J i of cholera is reaching alarming! and sweet anticipation City to and from Quarantine: diseased parts new tissues form and the decaying fh>h 1 .' :
,. ..
\ \ roportiona on the otter side of toPacific. With the cessation of
( pain and natural look the discharge ceases and tl!:. .' :
J : per ton ; to and from White Point, healthy ; "
I IG. a.a. .Lr Y.a.a Ao..TO..NG the outbreak extend.n furthiand '!: necessary to Childbirth,
S. S. S tile .
, tail'
is
.:I tl.' "U [ A >l .To.. 'Ii r hawcE victims than .' there comes calm nerves, Ic. Several ago, my wife had a se- : ; : 7
I I. R I:.IM.H. ...1....I. Irk I'M. !.. Hi more ev.btto'e ; per ton.Schooners years th, ....
N U..,. fI.h' ., t r '.,. .1.I Ito 'Ii .: sleep and recuperation.MOTHER'S I yere sore leg and was treated by tha it is guar Ki i ; : 'e-
:'f ,..,,, ,. I rej>orted It extends fro : .
-01..1 l.u. J..L.II..I' : Round Light, or best physicians but received no benefit.Oordrujrtrist tible. It build, u", t' ; ..
I ::1
", ';:C ';:C'Ct': }::" l the island of Java to Japan and almostvei advised her to try S. 5. S", t?nes the .>! .
\ loaded 15c. ton loaded up gene st : <
one way, per ; nJherandsh6hasb'enweleversince. :
t > city on the coast and mans fro:: which she did. Fourteen bottles cured '. tucdicre .
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the interior are affected The disco. I, both way, 2t'e.' ton. \e
per
GFS61tlti KI.NC1I icu ii t'I.K FRIENDdoes --i J. R. HAROLD, S3 Canal St, a sure 01 any kiml..i! :' : ." tI
too (Is being contracted bj European Coboe5 N. Y. '
,
I i r'teamerIo'iu ? in harbor, $2a the ads in ( f iis \', ::: : .1

l'IIII'wil1 i* the schedule "f tiRnvernlilrlatsteIII1F e a'; will as nathcs. diminish tLe pain accompanyin, | each I skilled physicians for which no charge made. nook on 15:" i.
3 I tU
t.tcmltWith its ai.l mothers can auJ : ;; employed ; as-jtlng Otri
; In Horg Kotg from the f.istof ,I
ieneral French i Diseases tree. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta, O..
w'.ich! 'lut >>:w > print- for the: I the outbreak to Aug. 6. there has do bring Lealthv, street di-positionec bar #100 each tug employed.
and hleal babies into the world.Mi'rt'Ttfsickhev I ti
betie-fit IIf the m<-rchautw'io *lap' : been 523; ; cases, six of the patiei- CeARt.ES-Di i,
:-rE\'EIItRI\'li; =-
breasts and
sure excruu.Ui"n .
heir dto the 1 FolE-Y' Kidney Cure will cur all Rubber hose alt -.
> .
,
,jiw VJTIOUarmy being Luropeanand 511 deaths o' pound the '. i S ai
pains by uall .
; I pr I chardD ; Balls, _'5c ; guano, kai-i 1 di.Pa ari-iiiz from ili-orJert-d )
pmt" horn four were Europeans: In Tu r. expanding or ms. are relieved by tLi! I klt11Jf'- or bladder.-\V. A. D'Akinberte the Willis Ilfll'di/11'1 '
.., ... t ) ,
7 (') .
he.ro JVn ila :
[ >ac< a. m.
Le.... BarrSHCUL. .. .. 7::a a. m.: i i Tsin the last repoit placed the mrn jjenetr.itin;.! and relaxing liniment. lilt, *.Wi etc., 40J ;; same ill bags, Sups 121 ?:. P-dafov. ,'

Lesves 1"11.0. ... :I.' t.Lrara m. beg of rasps fur the at ltane! I Aironi; the in.iniioj.l aids to childbirtbrother''rlendhasgrowninp'I.puhirit I Liam Our "ulrl.nir,
year 5 II. R. rail Loadi
.. ... 'I pyrites 2Jc. ; 35c. I .
lIarr''lca :I!)a. IU.Ltavft : : I.'run uhf/.I..1e i d I:* ,_ ..c.' -.
Pralsl'o19' .. .. .1\1:1;i a. m:: 7I>4 Maths, within tb,' < itj walls am i '
end gained: a prestige rich womer jug: limber, iM5. bO cu. ft lamn -
i among ; :
per
:
Vrrlv.-. Karrancu U::1" a. in aud thenMke 1.015;; lasts and ?r 3 deaths outside well found and welcomed Pocket cutlery and scissors You will have prirt- \It! ; W!

*torn.to a llarranrnt trip to Furl MiKe liiiil then re- I nt> wall Iu other places in Chins ia as the mansion as poor;as it u is ell as in the cabin. ber. ; to 9O. per If 000; lumber andI from the finest to thecheapest ; dower garden tley! ,.r. ?

Levee Barrmnas 1 :Ii p. m, the proportion of cases and d i TV lessemni themr'lher'sa 'onvofmin I timber. deck 75 to Hie. cu. ft. I' i owngrouud. Yi'iu : ti-b'; 1 h f
Leeveb rtckfiid .. .. I'25p.tulir tkths ? I on per ; at the JJ"allys'ahome: and he can. do it i
P...n..co.t .. 4':10' p. m.: lust as great. A dispatch says hun. anddiininish.n;.: pam a },e.intifulnCurncis { I w ,
LMvrft Pictt. ... r.l5p. m deed have died in Java. wrought upon the child and instead olrecvih jl5to\unn'I and trimming bulk grain. :.: Hardware Co. I' though he may tLI1.k! wr'.very .;
ArriveHKrraiica* ;>..;' aud make woman warta f '
p. m. iia-temprrrdandsiclh: "II
,. I formsjoiLavehe $1.uo loW ba. tacking jmin.ler
top to McH f and rtturn A writs from Kuclm K\\ar.si pro\' ,ilth\ lau l.mj'huni.'itrtraa'n- per ; I I( j I own and if she will ha,1lIHt'JH \ : ,i.. wI .::

\Vediie-day-uudMtnrdays wi-l; leave "Barrinc-i- Pick-theboat inre says; ia;? a'.!ktsin g ever to you ant ih country, buss ';C. ; sack hire, 3c. ; stowing I )', I j Thus. Watson & Co., : .

'I wrte: from a city stricken with All iWiik.-.ist--tll:: M thcr s F-unU h. -i. ..sack leading Real E-:ate A.. ; .
tin fur I'ruaacola at K-il) p. m. wattfrourtree 1:, 't; "Motherhood", gram, jOe ; cotton screwed i ii.ijc. The undersigned- method : : >Y

The General Kreue-li i ifor army a violent epidemic of cholera. Peopl0 tHE ERAOFIELO REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta, Ca I :\; per bale; loo-e, Laud cowed [ ,if ;Dffermsr her service= aa I can show her how e'I'd
narj,*e. only and auy iiiit-Mer uiutnave are lying daily hv hundreds Oate!
'u pa." from tl;e <.irteruiatero the ,its o\er 1.ono have died. Whop I .Jc. pet bale; round bale IGc, a bale ; ( tug had 35; year expEri..nclI I

take j.a' :it o i i er. families are reported to have died" Shreveport Times Editor Dies. : oil cake :AJc.; phosphate rock, .Nips 'II Can give beat of references from Buy a new garden }<',si

In Japan the disease working; fear Shreveport. La.. Aug. 2S.-C. Scott leading physicians of this city from the Willi /fad.tr
fu! havor I land 5c. extra for levelmD' stares i \IRS. M GIPDENS, *
of The ahrereport !:
STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE I Delav. managing; editor Jltf lit ) outh DeVillierht; .
I Times died last night: IIi served and general cargoes, oOc. ; cottou-j i Company.RTCCTHINO .

his apprenticeship In journalism: In I : seed meal bone*, bran, flout grain"

Ikf\\I'f' I'entaeula and Miluin. -IJoal SYMBOLISM OF COLORS Oconomow. Wis. but left new'spaper I sugar, and like general cargoes in DR. MOFFETT/S Cures Cholera-lnI3nu! :.

K u inl' (il\, I \('r|>i Siiiuta)'. work to enter the first Wisconsin res- .II Dlarrhc.u\1,"'. \ d(
I He "CITY OF i TAMPA." It. cnibkni is the ruby. i
I the war he came south for hU :: dumped, 23c.; ; tnmrred and towed, et''r W1U 1 Children of Art t.e
White for iuth. freshness and tin rp1 Aids
y Diction: kctuhkl<<
with
lv :Milton > I.vP health and became connected :
.ant u.aroiaI.p4rl4aa
!
...Mla" .. am .-vrMillunf :,..l\Jl'W' i ct'rse. Kefresented by {.earls and dia The Times. 4oc. ; tobacco fl2c. per hLd. i 1SpP Is.z..e .POWDERS) theBuassnntsl! !

'anMIC' Round, trip.$1Mi. monds.Yellow. ---- -- I Bunker coals may be had, trimmed '; Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists( the Child and vMl
TEETMIM; f w
-the topaz-\\' ;:iom and glor 1 Indorsed for I. "N j'F
Page Congress. under chutes or at It It. wharves, u Ur mail i. tens* lo C. J. MOFFETT, M. D.. ST. LOUIS VO
>, but jealousy, too. except for tht Greensboro. X Cug.. 2b.-The Republicans 1 .
j
r p c. n li r( liiK 11 n.rp S T. I
APHORISMS.I'rlnpleo November born. seventh |' fcr ,:J ou per short ton ; along-ide in I h.t. fI ". I 1'I.. ff'It rep ril : : n
of the
tocgression-
> u ,. d" .,L. .
is a I'a son for truth and I Violft nienna dignity, and the traethjst al district in their convention >'e<;- ) stream, ::;C. extra ; trimmed iu luruINl. ,I : .1 e .

Is highly; rnzt-d as an amulet to Robert j jX t.tt'.i) .i r. .., r ,'
right,-H-i/litt tl'rdaIn Lexington indorsed I stream, &JL- extra. I!I. i,-' nl: l r \ I .
I keep friendship and Io\e. ln J HH: j la. .
the Democratic nominee:
Page, on I
E\ brace| i-i a of bisMl
'rry man ruau I POUT CnKt.K; -Wharfageail
\1'ord.-('orll'Uk. Green symbolizi hope, joy. youth the ground of his superior fitness for i > ,

I and io: repreM'Uted l>y the emerald. the ('lace. i 3-10 of ]c., steam, jac. i er ton per'' +,
ii-t! is humnu nnist retrograde It l I

it du n..! :,,!tutel.-ttulNm. I which is f.1 1 iled to chahgo! color If the l dlY,Sundays ar.d holiday ;

lion' elianps.IMutf PrecautionDon't Tirii hi at '
'Huln I ,' r the hn-oiue the harder it means constancy truth and A Necessary harbor fee, lc. per ton ; J _e. per ton lei Y1':
cold. ,, !
neglect a "or.ethan
ts lu !II >i- wuli.'i; n.-\VhutcIj. Itjj |
I
I friendship and is rep resented by the Jfor steamers calling for bunker :
\ pr,"i J '',;ui never shows his pride sapphire although: the forpetmtnotttcne. unplea-aut. It H daugeiou=. j! t and secure the most delirious lac'

so uiui U a>. t; :Its he is e-iv il.-Ureville. I the turquoise and even tnrquoue By u-ins; One Minute Cough Cure quarantine, none. of beer yet produced in Ant'ri( jj !

l'n"1>.'n'! ii.-lit hand is industry I matrix have claims for recosnition you can curtit at once. Allay in-1 I l'u.o'r.\.iE 'f.\ Rl""S-I'H foot of

find !!,'r li-ft hold is frugality.-ZinimTiu.iii. '! ,-Ladies' 1[ome Journal.I'runi flammatiou, clears the head, soothes draft up t3 and including feet of '
{ He drinks bcstwho
j' rinksP b.l.
and trenstheus the mucous mem- I' j ,
*
draft six feet, 2; nine ff-et *,< :
The hiH'hir thf e'aaracter or rnr.U )I rjlnt; Pun to tire brane. Cures cough, croup, throat __ ri

th.. |(-..s t'..- ,.rt (.'iixo. U-c-auso there is .\ Loudonii'le man was dancing a and lung troubles. Ab-oluttly safe. thirteen and a half feet, ?1 ; i.iatteeuand 1 r 1 All f'.ibst Beer is brewed from n spccialK! f>' "

I
iiiinre :ill so constituted that tenons npjiii.j;, ut which he robed into \\\I I od? Our hops are the best chat can : "< r',
'' John $1 Hargi- Pharmacy flerpardlidney I over, movement, '
nil wv and judge better in the affairsf s a tln-aaiu;: glom where his> wife- 'v',

other u. u than in their oxvn.-Ter- I gad ::;uul-\n1 6-xm Lus with needlethre.id. ::\ Kahn.-- ---. I $3: ; city quarantine or vice: versa, LI .," PABST BREWING: CO.

anti he I
having first divetedfn
enre. $10; steamers calling for bunker
-- ---- hlrn.dC m i.is KB; coxenng Pies ;sly (uuiilf).

CYNICISMS.Kin eiitly he luiird tile rustle of skirts and I think mini while I'm little I'll make up my ,'I! pay, in and out S2.-3 per foot of -A I. O--

,
realized that he was up against; tl.ehoiTiLlfi T' IK- just the kind of a boy that I like, i iI I draft. j

and ttf Mid ad\ ice-twin evil with >iT>;MiMtioiiof brio:; c.J.Isl'Onrl'yi I', For if Hick I am playing with Tom and with I I FINE \TOES LIQUORS ETC !

iu the ladies dresMU. which His
rum and 10 ,'. room, Lc And don t like what they do I can least I I Sight Threatened. j ,

\i,u are- puj'j'oseil i to stop dogs from Lad u.tuul lij mistake. Afpvaluigtos (irttti' iuuk. ; "While picnicking la.t month ray

I hIs wife a;;.iiu. the txcillii.t creator l.ut wh' n I .mi cross and ugly and mad
: ,b'ng. a'ld }till do it sour dog I Il -year-old boy wa poi-oued by I
shoved kli.i thnnuh! what she d I must ,.fly with myself all the time and S. A. FRIEDMAN.
supposE
: -tt'ns tli wor-t of it. that. 1..Id.e : some weed or plant" say* W. H.j I
I to be a dusl.t duor: and turned the key
.
It 1'III't MI I .ill to be au April fool; Dibble of : la. "He rubbed
i "la-t me balk: Let ue back!" hscreamed I'm a i'r sty good judge of the fellows I I MOUCity,
0
It in M'!!:;; a f' I the remaining months I' BOX 111." nIII'IIf1H\
kno the poi-onoil his hand icto hifOYt'S *
as la IK'_.III ifuniilns: on the ;
ttt th M.,r tl.at bolt j I cm -.". when I It -
dnr. Tin 1:1 the luillrwiu:" And Lewas. they play) hIT and never amid for awhile w ? were afraid
ll i" r. ":.Iv"U. Ire fooled by th pfiBteth II! I N-: :
.-KiM-nii.i (U.) .puLlicau. Somt'two11.11: I shirk or sneak ot! and. he would lo-e hi- ,-i !ht. Finally a i
11l1.'J'! : Hut jour neighbor I I '
hi'!' neighbor recommended DeWitt ICE AND WOODI
can't fled! rt'tt.; \i>u watch luiu. i|Ii FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE. I'nju t urh a boas I cannot abide. I Witch Hazel halve. The fir-t upph- '

VVli.H tt.i' n.rld li'tnlh just now Isphytural n i S. the kin ol a buy that I like I will be I cation helped him and in a few day '

Ir.in.... i-oni-p that will n-o j j I 11'illcure Hn.T.t' Pi=ea-e. For I :ilums must live with mjself don't :i he wa, as well aever.." For skin I i i WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A nTH LARGER 11. : h.

CfII t' t'.-:JI'tu and the vvuodlxix I Will cure Pnbete L\-ii l.w bit' I J diseases, cut, burn, scalds, wound-, II '
Avery In '
Coonley
j Will cure :Mfiip in Uladder Youths Compur I bites THIS *MMER THAN EVE 1' }: (. IFS
... ion.Thr .I in-eet DeWitt''ileh Hazel i
\VI i 4 i..:i"! i> In hero with n w v.i Will cure Kidnap and llladder '
live i* sure
-- -- ---- .- cure. Relievepile* at
coon to tin! \thisiuii of overjth.ivte : : Di-oa-e--W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 "IN.cnol I'or ehe : ,. i' once Hew ire of counterfeit. Har- 1I END US YOUR ORDERS NCW.
rt"r 1
in Hi. wi" id he usually proves I it : l'. l.lfllx. j' fci: *' Pharmacy John Mduey
Sheppard, -
-- ---.---- pinjiress dima;:rr of ChIna Is (
,
bj t'nwt! '!,; L 'r Atcblsoii Globe.Mrn ,I Kihu. t Thompson Olsen c.Co.
!I a great supporter of the stage, says ..
!>u 1.rf1 ,
---- -- Utili" I
the London Ixprl's5inl'l' l.ir return .

Will H. ltnl", I l "Do jou tUiuk! that my daughter" isolJ : to Poking she has biro the round i TMU lUfiirlann.have i Manresa Street, Telephone 1 :. : .

In theexcitniien' of j lively eercf enoucb to know her own mind? __
"f
the -
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I I tl1t'atl'rllid is disappoint at "You kilted lay LusLand."
> tike Ixxtt or b ill-pi! iviug, [ The l'lutocrat-\\1th all my money i i
raci.ij; ; i if the talent so has sent
'I to Shanghai for waited the woLian as the chauffeurbrought j
% >..y will .train their muscle> auJ Ohiaotine. the WICKEStCO.
Celestial Sir the automobile
to a fctoi.
.>the liinpinguiul "4ire. Then tt.e r 1! I'rcc rri-sa
tiff' glad .h-y hove Perry Divi' lit nr.v Inln:?. If he kuccwsls In pKasm.r I I "is' und the jolt bait broken the

l'jiklllr on. baud I.. -.iotlie the her Il1l1j.-'St. h<' may lit piien a fi-o'it ii\l I.' ...I'illY auto," said the ,

j'Jtvoring HIT*"* : tn penetrate tie'Bta j,' Their Iron jteaixM K'<; feather; if he fails Le will 1 i l'h.ut.uimlnantl: ). as I.e. climbed Plumber Gas and
Steam
i Mrs. Koaster-II.-nry and I west to : Fitter
ctei* with Warmth and leahrg'piwwr. !'. }1.- ai'i>rd l.,1 a public funtral. Actors i out.-Ohio Mate Journal ,,
the theater L'st r.bLVe! had a box.Mrs. ,
It s rpUHveil the pain: of an predated in China. !

two Hii..rntiut i-f Amencaus..1|I Cluut-Cbol'OIJtes. w r'n't they?

L+rle buttleand 50 cwt,. i,i I saw' you lu the gallery eatlcg Buznv- No. i South Palafoz Street

thing. The liiuni J'lIrlrlth. 6 All Kinds ot Plumbing; and Gas Fittings Materials K"l>-j

All suuuuer !'oug while l"'ir.,.- are I'Jo J"RO'U) In/\ '. .KNHAOOIA; ..-.,*
IsI"uv lioddtnl hl'rc'llin'.
,
plenty the tiooks bold -
together. Ci i.dut. --- -
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|.i ali lli l v..i!> Hint Inve |i.i:*.oil I i Cures Eczema and Itching Humor Thin BiRnatnre Is on every box of the eennn:!!

Wt >> tlH iiitt.> : !li IIt-'ls: |.!l.iuned tin : Through the Blood-Costs Nothing ten' [uiir of quiet eves mach better pro- Laxative Bromo'QuinineT b1e j

bu.in; the v\4ii> !b in.uK' VtU-'i l'.inious i, to Try. tee tieiu against surprises than mie the fwed1baL: core a cold in one fri!_hh'not.i'tir.. lath fiotk is then ,
fH n.'e his ,:I..t>11 f.1 dtni4t .1 leu actilt T i I r.. 1 l. B. I i Botanic Blood 15alni i iDW undor .
I the absolute BANNER
authority >t tli SALVE
.
.. tur.,1 style v hit'U willV.'nr recognized
as aa cert;nu andure ? ,
j mother hilt]
and one who toowtlem : <> the Sref't!"*0r- 10 A"}:RY'oOJ
"''''1.fh'r In 11'1'lIrltlllS o;her cure for Eczema Itctau; Skiu. flu- then most healing 8Sh/itt! In th-t worirt
gets
some: euriou.uni in
.
tf>q.... Use .tuthontii in I\'a-ldtitottiiil t 1 tll'rslh", IMPORTER OF
AND
SealWatery Bh : ten<;ely interesting limp:!>4.'s .,t a II.Jr- JOBBER
.' ili ,..fd thai the 110 .
< new guternntpnt ter?, PimpleAching, Hoaeor tnd;,re's education. If tie 10>th,'r .lard
',uildr.: ;:,., fur the ereetum of kIDNEY DISEASES
', Joint*. Boil. Carbuncle*. Prickling: i" killed b.v owl or hawk or w'--js', HARDWARE.
Mli it :II vurto'in parts of the countr.vtfirt .
Pain in the Skin Old Eatins Mre*. the fo -.. ', IH mode pnnisinu, shall Ulcer, etc. Botanic Blood lului! tics last under the ot
Il':1I1'rsbiI' mn' Ir
I. \'nm'i "tort ou classical models, I taken internally, cure* theH'rHaud its ut' UM mod aul of elli cUa-
own number wore bold or 'n:iiuu;':: Iron. Nails Axe hrfiv |h. Saw Mill and r'
find tt"> \\ .i'v House, the interior of wu-deep-eated C:1-E5 by enncl.ius,
than the others. But with the i'ii uaijBautumn : .:tt1. Kupj ""Mdl l.i: !i.. rn! ,t edlcy of stylos, is purifying and vitahzin the blood
when the birds Window Glass, Guns, Pistols and FI-nn.z I
have leariud '
,
to l.' P ..n I -r. d to the siiuple beauty a t'thereby: ptvin,' a healthy blood sup
.. ply to the -km. n..tanlc mod Balm or think they torte learned, all the E Vie IIDMEY i Agate and Timtare and lloiiseriiniisliinuNH rtuollr'L
Its r>'I. '.wi '!' -i .il iil.Hiniiu! ctJoniaar'1.attrturt IEIs
io* the only cure. t" -tiy cured fitrthee sights and sounds and dangers; of the rULEI i litaili' ''
::uMiuiIj the aj'| bennett ; wilderness -.1
awful the '
anuoyinskm troubleOther -. covey scatter*, partly I FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL I'"
ut tIt I..ri'-k fiirins to wodcrtitt.Idiii n I remedies may relieve but I. to cover a wi.lr range in feeding part Revere Giant Matched Noriham .
Belting >t"[ r
;' -l.oitI'r! -COILpattjOn.H.'nrv -- -- I 1 B. B. actually cures, bealevery Iv in natural revolt at maternal authority Of money tfundtd. CorUlniremtdiu Wheel! Co., Laftin & Rand Powder Co., Joh-{ -

I.. -ittuck of Sh >lI+huri: i'health tore and.rive* the rich slow IIf w !IK h no bird or animal likes: rtcof nlztd by tmi-! !;somine, Iron Km? and Buck stoves and Rain' -
to the skill. Buildup t1 e to endure alter he has Coup & Co.';; Raw Hide Lace Leather :'-1.!
1 oa, vn< cure of a stomach! troubleu once learned to
ken-down body and make* tIe tint phyilci&ns the but fa
take cure of u Made Railroad Colors.Masonic .
;itli w hie. lie had been atllicted for i tiwsdt-W. J. Long in
blood red aud nourishing.
by t ur boxeof Cbaubr- : EpeculaJvisedfor tt Outir.eFkU KJdnty and Bladder troublu-i
arujihlf
tin'a :'tenuich and Liver Tablet ( chronic, old caetl I Temple $ Pen'

doctor( -, patent taediciaee and hot njL711b tut ...V. '
tlet hits! rreviou=:'y trinl! ulna othei
}
j j j-prir;* fail to cure. I)ru?:;itn. W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.ENMYRQYAILIPILLS.
re'mt'die-and iii'tuber of .
a phvstclu.without C01DPMMA.NCFACTCKER6
To B. B B. cure*, W. B.
WRIGHT
relief. Fur sale by all drug I j prove sample tell t
i free aud prepaid by writing BlooJ
:
dealer .
and medicine ;
erliti __n _____ i I Balm: Co.. Atlanta, Ga. Describe eiKBiture U on every box of the gonnine !Ii
trouble and free niedic:il advice seLt Lata t i i'e I 1 AMJ .
Bromo.Quinine
Marston ina liar r
jj' Q e lu sealed: letter. ,,
be reni8 Sr.rr//
nice Dressers .. a. LATHS
:
swnevery and I ( JlICHt."Ttk'r t"f.LbU LUMBER ,

Wash Stands very cheap. '! Refrigerators have a :'- t'...u-.kill H..cot..,..t..1d. r.te..te.i..n.a. 4.ra.. a.rata,... ,
Water
coolers 's n. .
that do .
re.Mtlt.ti..d
not .
1.1.
lust the thing to go leitltJronBed few left, which we will sell waste ice at the Willis I I .II.......M.O "a." y P.rd..t.or yo.r tt..I...;.'."THII.ulaa rr rti 4..uwd L SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES..K. I

fat; cost. Marston Quina. Z .... )Rellef..fall.. .tor....L.aq...,...,..lit..I..w.... S.nH b, ro,
i J Hardware Co.'s. &.l FLA
I llk.e.tetle.le.lC.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA FRIDAY. AUGUST 29 13O2.T .

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ylpUal'+"CPI,. Attention. ATTEMPT TO WRECK TRAIN.

VI be a regular meeting of

UA Medical Bociety at Save the Children Southern Vestibule Is Ditched at Dan

I ,f HMlth! off.ce it lr ville Va. t
I '} and S-'J
lP-diy Kept
I All stomach Charlotte, N. C.. Aug. 28.-The second
'* icianc are cordially and bowel troubles In child or adult are I I
.. d due to a single cause-Indigestion.r ; attempt to wreck a train on the '

JR.V. C. DEWBERY, lux;, colic, cholera inorbus diarrhoea, dysentery and Southern railway within a week occurred

President 1 all complaints of like nature, are the result of undigested late Monday night at Danville

i; .* KEK roods fermenting in the stomach. The only way to when Xo. 38 the northbound vestibule
prevent fever and to cure such troubles without injury
Sucretarv. to the membranes that left Charlotte at &:18 o'clock, raiisto ,
lining the stomach is to restore
I perfect digestion. an open switch. for Infants and Children.

PARKER'S The engine. tender and one postal '
:, '; HAIR BALSAM Catoria i< a liariulcbMilMHuto l\n Cantor Oil, Parogoric ,
I KODOL Whit car jumped the track but no one WAS:
.C1.ac.a and Until. the tab aiul It in I'louNint. It
You Eat Drop; Soothing SjrupN. iI
J 1'a lunn.tl puwth. I seriously Injured. The switch had
N T"r Fall to Bcatore Grays : I contains neither Opium Morphine nor other NarcoticMilitance. I
llair to it. Youthful Color. I Kodol Is the new discovery which been with.
cures nil stomach tampered
i I Cut .%.p d ..m*. a bar ttimj. I It d<".tro-< Worms and allays rt'n'fiohJlI':01'i.: : f
4t ....,,01.1.0111I lm al.t I I _-- and bowel troubles by removing cause. This famous The railroad officials have put detectives It cures DiarrlmM a'ul Wind Colic. It rt-lie\es Teething i

sweetens.77! thei-tomach.remedy checks fermentation cleanses, purifies and on this case and also the Har- I Troubles and cures Cun..tipatiou. It regulates; tho :

CURE YOURSELF II I all of the nourishment, health Kodol digests and strength all dasses it contains.of food and gives to the body dins matter, where Monday's wreck oc I The Stomach ChUdren's and UoweN I'anacea, J.'h'ill-The healthy Mother's and Friend.natural t-lecp '4

( 1'.ItigGfnronnatnrai Cures Indigestion, Dyspepsia and all Stomach Troubles.
era.. ,... r'.lnnllUn".tl"n.. 'i "Kodol Dyspepsia Core Is }UVhe thing for dyspepsia and stomach troufces. It bu curred.'I
mUtiiiu* uf ulcrratiooil helped me more than The Kind You Have Always Bough
,d,,,, d mucous mrwnranrl.Panlrea O..car 1\ln:: ('tl'rry'IOUt'y anything N. Y.tobu In a long standing caw, ot catarrh of the .tonacb. he summer! fiirl. .

t...,...,'l..CO.' Tutor poisonoua.. and nut atria' I I L'lLpjyJ-onJy' by *- C. rteWltt k Co.. Chlf ago. Sold by all dealers. "Everything; is arranged dear," said Bears the Signature of

,e Bold by DrunlfiU, ODe MIDUIC-cougb CSPC The f""<'r"i; bOUbt'boll remedy for couens. colds crtup. the happy young man who had scheduled !
ul a't0 ''orwnt in plaiu wrifP-T, : wonchlUs, grippe, tUro"t anf lung Uoubltfc U Bata to become the freight paying Lead
tr Htm, repaid for John Kheppird.Hcirsfis' P.harmacv Sidney Kaim. I
'I w, ur 3 Lulu!,, rt.70t I of a new combine "and by this time
uvular curt ou icflutst.DR. "
tomorrow we will be one.

.. SITUATION IN VENEZUELA. A VALUABLE TIP. "Yes George; ," answered the fair I

KINC'STR I bride to be; "but when, it conies to lee

i I Matos Awaits Reinforcements Beforei Mow :Mr.orrl, (..:., HI* Clolhenlenilfd. cream don't you think it would be advisable ,!

NEW DISCOVERYFOR i Attacking Caracas. for you still to order two In Use For Over 30 Years.THE .

THAT COLD. I i I Xrw York. Aug.2S.: .-Xews from Yensuela "It i is strange that I can't cct my plates?"-Chicago, Xews. I ..... ......o. eoe.A.Y iT YU..at.r.rr5 er.lYO" r"r I

',' ri'i\ei by partisans of the wife to mend my clothes," rei:iarUed! -- -- -= .--
NO SUBSTITUTE.
TAKE. 1 revolutionary: cause in this city iI is: Mr. P.ridU' in a tone of di<:ust. "I Optional."Say .

I t" "uIJlptiunCoughs, to thI tier't that President Castro nske-1 her to M-W a button on this test m3"' GARDEN SECTIONIFensacola

I I Irunc1iltisthlnd, maintain his lines from Cua to San this uitrniig aud she ha.-u"t niched "Ye, Kejrinal.L"

aIIayFevcrPleuI I Juan df Los Moros, but that it would It." "Kin any little boy be president : o-OF-o
j I. bf' 1..u a>keJ lur?'' sail :Mr. :Noms. when lie rows up?'
:, impo"ihJ| for him to avoid the :
I ; rippe, Hoarseness, entrv ot the revolutionary forces with a slight shrns of his shoulders."Yes "1 es, lU'jrinall.: a E1orida

what else bhuiild 1 JoV" Rut maf*
and ; say
> : roiit. Croup ] when General Luciano Mendoza anJi -- ----- -- -
I "You h:1\(n.t 1 l-een married very "Yes HcidnaUl" Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
\ Cough.NOCJRE. i General srundo Ktera join them. :
\ .g.; i Ions. so perhaps: you'll take a tip from "He don't have to if he'd rut ('r bea 1 _____._____
General Matns[
HO PAY.fr ; oc-ruptes a parallel m..." answered Mr. Norris with a first base man, does Le':"-Indianapolis
ln! from Sombrero, through Oritz anlMorrixojvs. I Beautiful Lots for Sale.
a $ I. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. I' fatherly air. "Never ask a woman to :Xews. i
[ to Parapara. awaiting the
.
mend anything: that's fatal. I
I arrival of Mendoza and Reira. \\ nohave Fatal (oiiu'iilencri.
y "U'liy what do you mean?"' : 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, according -
V'GOLA = I "
"
4/HIM nu-n. :Matos has with hits 1.", said the bill clerk "if it was
to as; I tI"1It'n I want a -birtmetiiliil
i 1 i.IIMwPlI equipped men and hobs not for l'wral1'" attacks of Indigestion to location and surroundings.
for instance. 1 take it in my i _
Gr-st: and Corn Meal Wills I vtiy strong positions. He will not liand and hunt; up my wife. 'Where'sthat I'd have a decent job) by now." Good View

a>!vanpp toward Caracas until the rIntonements (\. I ra "I didn't know jou suffered from inclijjwtion. I Exceptionally Xeigkborliuod, Beautiful ,
;? l':ir, Mrs. Norris? I demand
!. F GONZALEZ & CO., Prop I, arrive." Meanwhile he in sternoiiv.. ." High, Dry Fertile Lands.
a
: 1= really for any attack which Caste "1),/tit I. thoiu'h; : Mb'i! >s h.is Lad I --- ___n
.NUnotaciC'er I
: 'What ill you want a rag bag for?
CHOlOMKUiAMMTKKUKOL'NISTOCK: ; : may make upon him. The latest alI 'I.t' says suspiciously. an ;all.l1'l.I "l it O.T.V Tirc.l'\1'" applied: ; The grandest opportunity for investment ever

VII I P1' Oa-tio will not advance andpref. l<> lii'ii! tuta 1.1i>e 1'hilahII.1.iFoley's !
KF.KI say '
1 want to throw this shirt array; cffered in Pensacola.
lor there h to wait: the attack from I'n'"",
1"I' Homo Industry r; that it.!" all worn out. I reply. -
aT you hhould buy your MralaaCto ..
.t, t rin 1:6 Hom Manufacturer revolutionarv forces Let me see,' she d-ninnds. Honey and Tar : Borne Seekers Should See These Lots.

tor' T ,K you encourage borne Indaitr "Hut I put the garment behind nyhark. I
7 ?. 111"nry Ii left tote commnpltj 'nrchildren.safe.sure. opiate*.
: i
i isW n urn are indirectly benefited THOUSANDS CHEER PRESIDENT. : '!
t iilP,4'- :ni the borne manufacturer yon i ':\0. my dear,' I answer; 'there is A. 'Clu/fo'bs
csCIIKDU LiJb
fOnt '1 flu to the causeot! labor. You ow WEtiKLY
.
mon>'eommanitylurrhichyun live niKh < | Salute Fired and Ovation Tendered no us I' in jour attempting to do any- .

I ,,nt rlhoiat f o.nar nDonrt l! Him at Manchester N. H. thins with it. I FOB STEAM DIVISION Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets.

\ 1lanrh..-tt'r. N H.. .Iug.S-A presiflontwl 'Let me see It." sfce reitr'ratrl. 1'KNSICOLA KLECTlUCTEItMIBAlRAILWAY

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. salute by a battery of NV'v 'I tut it's all worn nut, I Ml you.?
f .. .. ... I COMPANY. K. C. BRENT. WM. II KNOWLKS. W. K. HYP R. JR., J. M. KKKHE
...
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-- 'Now
Hampshire state militia mingled with James jou give! me tlatfoohl..t !
I Ati't Cashier
Vice-President Cashier.
President.
1
Pe08acola for the Llitli
the cheers of she says in her most peremptory Trains leave I
W. C. ROWE, M. D. a great crowd grettedhere Rayon BIg Rayon Wsrrtngton Navy IuC

The president was escorted to tone. and Port Barrancas atatO

UnI,',,: 17 S. t'alalox. the president as his train reacheda "I haul: over the cnrmpnt. s. m.arrive at Fort Barrancai 7:]6 a.n National Bank

Ho mtotna.nt.any I to :s p. in barourhp and a drive through the 'Why, .7.1 mes Xorris. she cries with loW a. m. arrive at Fort Barrancai Karrancaa 10:40 i:.2p a.aiap.m.arrlVeatFort n First

rmaar ;"ra womanly triumph 'this{ is a perfectlyiriKnl
industrial and busings sections bogan II-.SO p" m. arrive at lore Barrancas t:16 p D.
17110110 cc;. at shirt.! All it needs is'- 8:15 p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancai 7:00 P n
once ". 8uu p,m. arrive at Fort Barrancai 8:.ip n
\11.1 then mentis it.I'Cl1lrs
At a point opposite :Merimac common she Trains leave Fort Karrancaifor Penn OF PENSACOLA. FLA.DIItHCTOIt .

.-)0(7 the president's carriage was saline. I cola at

FOR brought to a stop and the local I 7:15 a.m. arrive at Pensaeola.- a, B i iWei
\ camp
PUBLICITY HuOp m. arrive at Penbacola._. _11:43 p,a:
: of Spanish-American war veterans tenderpil How Japanese Children Walk 2:00 if. m. arrive at fensacola 2:.5 p.a I' H. KNOWLES. W. A. RLOU T. F. C. BRENT .V K HYER.JI,
Japanese children are taught to sit Pensacola .... 5 .
5:00 p m arrive at : 5pn
THE PEOPLE the president a salute, and their
,
D. G. BRENT
t on the soles of their feet Instead of TOO p. m. arrive at PenBacoi_ 7:15: p, i
commander. Colonel Sullivan. steppe t:45! p. m. arrive Pensaoola_ 1:10 D. n'tiatardaye

"." ,ts You it Cent :,1' qu forward't of ro.-spp.and prp!In>ntr accepting
3 n 5 Mil m
Read an : [
r<1I" I ... creep upon its knees, is made to begin: : to Fort Barrancas retarD t 8ihensacola n
: pr" sid\ nt spoke for ten minutes Hr'i I to Navy Yard and return_ it*
,
I hly' walking by traveling upon its hand' I'enoacola to PAlmetto Beach and renro 164
''I i was: pnthnslastlcallv! cheered at the
+ and the solos of its fit't SCNDAT ICHEDUDI,

cMtI. ; ,';NU. i close of his remarks following; which -- -- When weather permits: the running o r rWe draw our own Bills of Exchange: on Great Britain Ireland,

... .... ... i the Imp of march was taken up[ for the open coaCbre.Leave '
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Foley'a Kidney Cure is a medicine Germany !France Austria, Italy Holland Spain Belgium Rnsala, Act
depot where the president! boarded hi. Peneaoola. Lv Fort iiarraaea
ov<>d real e.. free frollll'oi'oll'; and will cure any 6 a. m. 10 a, m. way Sweden, Denmark and other European conntrlf.8.
MOM special train for The Weirs.
Inountsat 1oatat..wrf 11 a. m. II m.
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ca=e of kidney disease that i is not
Jo: ltruoksattotoey .
lIe 1 I
p m. p m
(' essels Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Terms, aid thsilObligations
a: : ilox Ht., H nei I m I p. m.
beyond the reach: of medicine. W p.
kailduif, 8ntln1ONFi Taken Payable at Port < t egtiratlot Ten or Fifteen P9 i
Jp.m p.m.
"'I had diabetes in its worst form. .\. D'Alemberte 121 rt .
t
"t.O.A..BTCJ 4 p. m pm, after Vessel Arrives there.
wnte : Marion Lee of Diinre.itli. ( p.m, _.
i \ou nerd money p.m. --
J ou at c amount.you want Ind. tried Msrhtphy-iei.in* with l p. m. I p. m, Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in ConnectioL
*y enaaywkeiv ,'s' sad low f.t riitpfnipnued nut relif-f. Only three !iMjttl"; of Koley's FAR rORBUSDAYfeniacola
'' city rt>":l Cure imd me a wellnun. 11. :I.A.. to ort Barranoai Navy i with which we hare a Priva Apartment for the Un
.'i -froru u .r, rt,4s: South Pata! "Kidney 'ars tie 14e K,1d: Y05 Hate Eaatt: BDr:41: lard and return_.____ It Ren
of
W.'A. D'Aleniberte lH S.: tArl.
ba siren[. lli-t '' feniaoola to Palmetto Meaob act
1'alt: f.,,c I !tla.ture return._____ __ I&t
TFYOOWA.N. HOKKOU MONKY : I: No freight elvod after 1:18 II, m.
1 lnr.tt mon. .. ,'r Your property, protartabttracleiif -
r ,.. bi-v or aril. rral re.. 'the KIIIIHII*, C.urn iro|.. i WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !
.
..:.,..Bt property "ifaiu t..crlpttunbay,I I If Hie "'.1.1 11,101. Kansas will Thi*

itllOB r.collected or a>ldr or"k.pour Th',..IHX i ...',\attended'"t-on A Co.to.,' 1 \1 i.. IM. it-, ji...ite>t i..ni crop l!>' THE NEW GROCERY STORE.MOVER .WrI". 'tn..LRy. ,al,1 f."r our...,..rand,.", .
fc-al titat Peusaularia. wl .. .. III \!) I ;!! I : r..R
aod InMinmrr atc'iite. n.i-uii tile parTial failureIf 41't.j arot. 1..1'. I" .
f. .
Cbarcvi mint-tat 1'.. .-vtryom -- y- II. ... errbrKblt! I.,. ,.r.. .1' rl,.II
'iv.it ile.il nt a ht'tt lain i>; this ,1'.1'Il''ol..t I .= = 0 ,,, I. II
.ha bat a lot from u. w. will li-nd monejittwblea .j :i ;' - 1 ,1"I!" I. .< i .ro.I.. ,.
tobulld a hnusx sd-t1 ti> corn. and it is t-stiia.itei in t i' fn.s,. ';'; ,..', ,r/r .' 'a
I 2 1 Ur : I enR71 r IIIPIi
--- -- M iiif il'iters| that! Ibe state; will b.ieiiii.i WILL o .. .t .,f .......f Ineh.n.tt
p. '-4 I'r, 'tlclne ".the! n' "_..I. I.e ,,, "I-
11.1111).tIl.lN6
liar | "H 1.1 rt,11 liiivliflv Its ;.:n'atl'1't1"11' ',b.. I II' "1<11....,. Ii', "',. l..t r. ', saef
I'a 1.tl.rI+u"'u, .,. 1_. 1ftl .
HlT-tK; lot .,,1.! or f..r heivl.uluiuk'r _.' I"MkI.1l1l1l1I"h.. Keeps a First-Class Stockof : U' ,. "atuA.ha"n r I tmrr. t ';
Complete
Up-to-Date ;f SI. ; :
hHl. HI .ii Fa-Iirrg' err \ a I'Irrriln.rr 41Lrvuefnl
Appl: el.v Th.r Kuis will this rarethe :
T" :TiilwL" ji-ar I. !" .. a ',_, r,'. .
r w( .
p'e.ti"-t corn croper rai\<.Hl in Fine staple and Fancy Groceries.No flu.'''!. ".1', II'T.'r-Ir.i.fnll"u.'. \\.1...." t u I.!.. I,.. ;I.'1'I. I .J'I '
'alirNTors.alernr.-a t nroonr I 4 d I't .
.t o < ,, .
Aineriean state ns
home, cornei1 t'har and I H\'illiers an seems 30 W. Government St. Salisbury Block. ., \I .f I., .. !, "' .. n. ,I. .. ". ,. I
: ". I" ..,. .
N. .
'tt.raortaattachedhouIn; unud Cart Last j-ar Kansjis itiistti ui"r i wheat t. .11' .., ; \" '. ,
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lot "fool front bywhrtdr 'p. *I" Iwtore 1'lb.1 TEI.EI'1I0: a.... \1 :. ", 'r" II r'.
.
HllKK than .nls ter liy :iuiuerican Co .1.I nw rr 'h \I. nr' ,' f.rr- '." t.' .
to .
I 1'hot.Maloney ,
'' It. a .IA'
'- .\ sta'e.; Karnwrs say th.itiivually I .n ", : It \I. I < ", ". @) :
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HIt .AI.I ;. a fornlipd! will :1\I'rl'f' ono .o a Lr II)' I au .. t I \ t ,-I .t
,. P .. .
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tn.r D Ir -.t. '- 1'0)' II. d.1. ,
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., stalk. hut that this o\vin_' The Star
:n (per year. Coe
M\L.. pl'rct'nt hiiiw .i-t, n inn Laundry ; SOAP CO. 12th Pint Sts
SAlVONA ST. lOUIS MO.
.1 matting lust Iriuii Ib.'tntton'. u> unii-iu.il! 1:1\trIhle conditions, tlietieliiv ,

'nd ornlturi. untHuilfiks' 'hlwr"! nut,1 I will average; two ears jitr ttalk.Mcli'son -, .: .. M''J'
t brio" O-t.ht
percent t .I

BWre,11ttTarreginai4t: tf .IIite. I Biggest, Busiest, Best NOTHK CHOICEST

+1.vl.K-The most d->.lr..M<> lot It .
K -----
Cliinlilni: Hose* -- .
;y on easy tern by thf Hnhei r I :I'ave b. ui' 'rz"d I., tak
ale Ag"ney."I.'. South rala'ci I t'litabing roses are not seen hall a- I IF
t ( An Evening Call ''llb-crliilloC-' r \V III. J'UlIllIg,
I."lm
often on our I"rdltllId: treli.se a. p.. on

they "t)":-ii! I.. l h,'. They ;:: tort rapid : Hran'paper.' "Tv: C"iniiniu f FRUITS ANOCONFECTIONERI[ 1 1A
M il<- 1"11'Va 111".1. ) Your Swell Friends The price i- *)l.4WI( in adV.IIICP. .
per year
I le.nlj a :.:lee 1 Ili-l::llt. their foluzi: '- t.: :;:. .f!J-r"" .I I .. _, j
bxtbrr trade j |!"''I\\ ei:i>ncb for shade, and In \hltl.t \ (! Tho-e desiring the paper

\\ .J I Mfntulmrn trltll1an\\ Ilrraurkrtprr I sui| t'e! > :.lie \'JJi.il. The ('r lII' .'< ,: JI'.I> 'w""" 'r. 't," you will find will be warmly re- can !have it -ent to them! by ;ending I -

h.ijtit week- 'Iulr..d.;:-... ,uaran uIsitaecturlay..n .: h'illihler. nluih lisle: :glnss.v jn1 'l'I1 fit I >y ..<<-9 \' tKt cMveJ if you are w -11 and iieathdresed 11.WV the ulldpl-IIJfd.; C. APOSTLE'S
I
-p-Cllll IlllllH'fllU'lltn tO a pact, 'I'H.- hriht (ntiisnii red doiiMi" i\ H. M. R.KHF,
A i and linen i i-
; ; irreproach
your
.
1.
,1I'lam'A nti> I(>day ('ar<- Duly NVwa.
; :
... I.H. rosiN riH> iI t 1'istejx. is one ot PH' ( :'o. .'t'"I."J ,t 14 East Government St.
i illf.f Sf Orleans, !
; able. A of refinement
and if f'f- ;: woman ,
al..tf !o'liesr of tu<; Las of roses 1'1 1 ---

Otto ears helji .nln! 'iin_ it. Why don '1. ( ,{ ,., ". ; always ;;al1 ;e= a man'* well bred in- Formerly Cirri',v., (it -i. uraiitMauc!
.
tt.t ." 'i'iu. more people plant it' I r ji 1 "_"jii'-i f'V V?'I j *tiiicts by the condition of his linen, i .R;: ,, Every Woman 0.tie triad/ .f I'm. Ipplt'it Ii1,7S

\ ,".-.I solicitor; well p",s 11" t..' "-.V J and tie goes into hr presence ar- ; to f2.0"J: per dnzi utiDll'P'
'"iimil to right OIIH Ad, --- l ___. .u.'. .. : V* :V 11 *'
t i.\ :;
I ;
rtti'f. mitt A PHYSICIAN HEALED. i :, \ morel with be-.utj' when iiihirt, 'M8R1It;

it r 1 : collarand culls hn'tbef'u done V.. ... ] Whirling. Spray.
l .
eh ,
::1.
,; Dr. Gee. Kwnu'. a practicing: [pLy.! 1 up \ rt* tV* .r.xbd.r.t, e.y .. wteTlsw
her ,1
\II IIlul1. o' empty JJ \--c.:;. .1
:
I : 1 1lt
M A Fa1nvAtr, novvttI'uiii I sician of :- mith'" Grove, Ky., for 'I .u }.;.r .... -r-'I at the t.ir Laundry. I _... -,; P.' ll'I"'u li; ." / :. r It,

: over thirty year", writehi< per;"oiial l I .. ,., 'I .
a t ywr d ""; "'.It. .IPS l :ires-ipcnor
tt 11- ", -,..I )>-. ''experience with Foley'* Kidney..I: ALL WORK c. o. D. Gocds CallEd for and Delivered( Free ,! :MtlltFl'ITT.- ,. I, I II a;I'."I'U Y II. d, to li,3iii! .f l 'pa. Iq. r

i : 'rP- \
been \
., 'i i AM) PI'bl 11'**-- Cur- : "For year1 had ;rat 1"1 QtN.l..l It KIM \; jJ [ Cy a 'id Inr i I' ('JD'II i
.
M., : i.tt <1Ii.J Kutb' bothered with kidney andbladdn: TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. f'J. .1.1 "'k' rh' :,'!'". L. T. .y .rei&48u' ir rue '
ll and pump flxr.1 ::1 i Ira..t.rt" .tr..MtntIL4o.; : .
v '! on Hi., inotallnifu II 1 trouble and eul.ir.red prostrate *" 'rir+ it viy Inc ,'.
n.... buttartly -paM. t' Room (2 e Tm..8 Kldg. .ea 1 ork. .
'' known t Titt. Oh\e. HH ;L tnd. I ued everything : ,
alnr I! The profession without relief, !until I Ii

i commenced to USP Foley's Kidney -
i
1''L 1I'It\ K'ure. After takin. three bottle* I II ESTABLISHED 1863. LODGE DIIIEUf0111KNIGHTS << LaurelsAgain

Mil KKtlWN I.KtiUUUNi 4l I nay entirely relieved! and cured. I ...,..
v -"',tt'k and Fgq. tori-ali1' !it"now dlil in my pr.uI : !
W ..ll> Hard.. ..i'o' ; prescribe : I OERTING OF PYTHIA&Frn
k > Id't recommpiid its u McKENZIE & CO.DIALEBB
I i I ticp and hf'. !'tly! ; .
'It1Iti4 ) l.. 1 to all physician! for such trouble TfciPari' tziMwItknicu
t .. ..- .---..... .......... have prescribed it in huu.trfod11 I; I 0 IS- 0 '.col. Ijiitler. No. 3. K. of P. H 4il made Award the to GcKJ I

.-,\H-, In HEIK11sManufacture.I KHlr UtHifli. Hate Toile[ ;i f'I't': with perfect success." W. .\, meets every Monday n\

Oli. -tc.. Iliv: W l>ovrnm t I'Alemberte,121 S. PuUfox. Ship Chandlery and General ar-dwap8.. ,I J lug In the at -.'CI Blond at Cafe. Watson Hal! 1.W.KARPERKENTUCKY
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I -
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i 'r. Knlldlog. bird floor. ,

4"r.. 1'10" I-'lIlIt'l'al_. i! If lOll want a good Bedstead 80S AND 805 8. PALAKOX. 8TKEET. :I" dishing welcomed brethren co'dlali- I

f"k' _............... H A. Ion
-, \FR.YLS: turn ;b:;'s or a nice Crib for the! --"""- dGFFNOY ; ':. H. HORSLERJC WHISKEY

a 't.tuyurt.orp..Ctald.lgnMoreno COMPANY. JOHN A. li.n H.
.. REVERE COPPER ROEBLINO'8 HOJ 8 CO.'t
5'a krat Marston $ I
Hr"lorJ:'Vdlm baby, go to GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, RDH8EL' 4 BON'S Pl"MP8.I CoM_ ala"", *

I -I l,1..0lU*-. -= <}Ulll tl'S. I turn Etrdtti Ptlili. Sill. Ititictl iBstrDnnts, flirts Iickin, Ikili Seasonable It q U.Y e h 0 1(1 an4MbAda m\t on-Fair 4863 P

Kaad t loral l l>...lgII'- -- C(1MP4P'zFS.IAG9. ETC I and kitchen utensils at the Q.cago Utfi.Sou .
to! i
ordered lor eastonirnMjreop e I We will launder your spread
f.J West Uregorvdl;r. latent:' each and make them loot C McKeniie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Asso Willis Hardware Co.'s. I oy Dannntl t1 CI'lS'
ciation.
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like i jw s tar! Laundry I



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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY AUGUST 29, 1902

,

I t FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY

t I ARMOUR OFFICIAL ; -
KEELING HAS I .

HERE YESTERDAY I YOU NEED SHOES

r B'O' In all its etagu there
MArF1VIt
RETURNEDLEFT ; should be c.eaull: eis. ) r
--- Ely's Cream Balm os0neaa t WE NEED ROOM !

i a. r'. Jerome, nperintendentfor r ( esrotb sndhcas -
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'he diwa-J ci orwe. -
THOMPSON WITH SHERIFF the entire southern states of the |ItcsrC.teswenddrisrs\: ;Eh16P,i t'a Ol'K (Jit HAT AND 31OVT :SlTCISxi' ( II i

jOHfM1AN Armour Packing Co.'s business, was away a ct.d ui the hv.M.1l

PEARCE OF LEON. here yesterday on business, leaving, SALt
Pure. Pale and Sparkling. Bottled last night for Montgomery. When j'i the memVaLe ai.J is al-rorl-ed. Re'et.* .MoieJiite ;
I .3 1 a care follows.: It is not 'Irrx;-does!

Deputy Hl.erit Keelin? returnedat Only at the Brewery in St. Louis. seen previous to his departure he tot produce e n' *.i>.;;. Large Sue,Sfc e.-II!.at Dr.j- IS I'.t'1'.1"OMI'LISIIING'1'II141't |la.o....)

SOLD EVERYWHERE. was very talkative. II gist i or by hats '];ra! Sue, 10 cents by DIaL.
10Gi 1) o'clock last ni ht from Tal ELY EUOTnERs.io \\':. Slreit-Si:* Tort -
"Tho beef prices at present are LADIE OXFORDS TIE1'NOXFlD51 f LAtH E.: \ :-
I
hn.ee whither he Ii id gone yeterday -?- ---. --- -- .. -
lower thin we have ever placed ; *3.00 I #:; 5t)
to turn Thompson, the al- I A Cure for Cholera Infantum. i I
: SHIPMENT ':them," he said Ieat which we "Lan'Slay Mrs. Curti Pat Lrather': \"icll iJs"ici, lifts. All Toe Pit 1. I
; ;
l,- >, old three months ao; for lu1, cents j jwft Baker of Bookwalter, Ohio, "an infant NOW I :cow I '
lit L "ju count)'. He. now in jail!1 at DELAYED
AGAIN are now selling for 7 cents, and < child of our neighbor's was suffering $2.11. 289.
the state capital.! j jSneritl $1.1::.
:. [ there is a possibility of it going even from cholera infanturn. The ,
Pearce received the negro doctor had given up all hopes of recoverv. j --
i lower. Our bu=iness here while I
without question, and will care for i j A more impatient man cannot be I took a bottle of Chamber.1 LADIEOXFORD:; : IEX'O SHOES MEN '.. << 1 .
i j not as brisk it has been, is antis \lain'. Colic Cholera and Durrhwa ,
trim until at such a time it will beadvisable :I IdPeinrd I found in the city today: than is Mr. | $!: ,I) #L'o; ,
a-dullness all 1 Remedy to the house telling; them I
I find
: auJ he will be', C. J. Hudjni2, the nnu who has I' factory that I felt sure it would do gold if i Ir r Pat and "ici Kid; Tan Canvas 1'fan. : ,

brought:; back to Peusucola: for trial! imade i iI j I ready to manufacture cigars | OVEr my territory and of course used according to directions. In twj 011' SOW (
I :\1 .
I Peusacola niut be expected to days' time the child had fully re \
The negro took thiiijj* iu a cool manj jher. j 1 i, iu Pen-acola. j I covered, and is now ( nearly a year $169. 74 cents.

-bowing not the least fear and As annouucsd some days ago, he be in the same way. You will since) a vigorous healthy !:irt. I I S15i3
: have recommended this remedy frequently I
I lhave '
I I hus 16,000 of tobacco at liei j a great fall business here, .
pound* _
expre<=ink a hope of juittal. He and have never known it to
: however and when that ? in
does not take kindly to the idea i ueva. This he expected some time: any 'ingle ?farce. : )nX'I _
ofj,
i anchors at this point, it will do the sale by all druggists and medicine! i! n 50 ;) ,
having a ;speedy trial, :as he does not ago and lat night he wa* informed i\ dealers U.j

think be will be given justice. i j that the con-ignment ha* been loaded i place more go,l than anything that ALL t I"TYLE-5: Pat Ridsand Vie Plato ..:. J :
After Sept. 1 an extra charge will
1 steamer at Geneva but difference ,, ever occurred. Of course we will i :\OW' KO\\' I :\ I'l
on a
:- hl'ri1'l11ith wishes to I.Hset | a f fprofit be made for sending out dlllners.Kh .

by it. for wherever the fleet rt orders at present +rice..
between the rteamer's 1 $2.94. 38.
right before: the public and: have the j jfUtement ; owners $1 i $1.2.
I Twentieth Century H stam ant. ,
denied that his man had I has ari-eu and the vessel, with goes we come in for a share of sup > t _

i, i I stop.
its; entire i- tied at the Ge- plies. Pjmy-n.ilsaru the Tickling,
been refused by thp *hentl of Jack. cargo up
an!Q UiClJY al!&'llnn.mmuo\LJf'UTOHL'
MEYER
Mr. Jerome has had some experience SHOE CO.
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xon county. It was n >t so, and'neva landing. I .

there had oee-nno intention after the i Mr. Hudgins; thinks the dittereuce with newspapers and is very Olit3TORI.
1"a K.rd. Ica Hasa I slag
els
&on'"
tr.iiu had left, to hive the negro {I will be fettled by Sunday and thsteamer e cautious what he speaks of. He was Sptue! Feel Fnrui'hers for ('11-h Onlv.

confined there, say. the shenll. Mr. i start toward Caryville. I u here only on a periodical visit and ol J1

i detailed of the freshI 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
the meantime a great portion --
however = of the
ome
Smith alleges that when the
mm:
I .. .. .
men he brought here have left and I meat business. He is just from -- -
and deputy started to leave here j ; OPERA( HOUSE
he i dubious about the others remaining Texas points and from what he had |
yesterday, they at first anticipated : R. POU ot ol
I seen of the drouth prevailing there F ",
i-toppiitg at Marianna. Tniuking i I :
'- -- of FRIDAY AUGUST 29. .
over the muter: he concluded that I for a couple years anticipatesreat a : : : : FEED, LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.

_.
!
!'A TER-R-O'R-f .
; g scarcity of corn next season -- -
Tall-tha-ste was the safest place. He I

wired Mr. Keeling to this etlect al I! and the probability of high prices Tin; 11'1)SIIIUCSHERRMANN ;OPEN DAY-ASP-- NIGHT ,.-, WM IlItt'lIdl'lI'ia M.".','r


7lj cluck, and the nie..,:ige was'; 'I i i LAW BREAKERS i ijj :'I again POU & GINGLES Managers.

The SUl't'.ulon.- i ii ,
delivered just before the train ---- ,
i "Of course," said the bachelor '
reached Chipley. At Chi,ley the I] "Hi(; Mike" Puhtell, the police- : ': it
)
,
j i thoughtfully; "there can be no such
I .THE
.. GREAT.
: .. I I'F
deputy wired Mr :Smith. that liNjme 1 man who has for the pat two i 1 1t j I; I tLicg as joint rule in a family. Some I

-.age had been received and that j' mouths beeu stationed on beat 3,,1 'I cue must loe the Lead." INT A MASTER PROGRAM OF R. POU
!!j! "True; but the scepter passes from &t olI
it would be obeyed, Thn reply wa', j which embraces what i* regarded: as one to another" New Magical Sensations I ,
i
receive at llia. m. I the "red light dNtrict," i* getting to ;i it "Ilow 1
i .* < FUNERAL DIRECTOR
"\\' -l1, nt the ACCIIMJ'AXIEli IJV t AND EMBALMER
( beginning of married
i
I be
The
sheritl says the statement thaithlt a terror to the offenders of jU5I -
I! life the husband holds it then it gently
; 17 Test lukndencia
prisoner was refined in Jickon I ; ticI' in that community. He dues and unobtrusively jesses to the wife, .< The Musical Goolmans. &< Street. Otlk-e Phone. 31. ](tdeut- I''

county is untrue, a* attempt w :as I' not countenance crime, and almo-t and Le never pets it back again. I

matte tu put the mm oil there. )Ir. i j, every night has ome tugale with an i "Shu Loops it fore\erV" .\ JIl'MCAL riXll \'_\ I..
"Uh, no; the baby gets it nest" .THE BIG STORE
Keeling!( su t that he dil not eveu see i erous ue.ro. I --- .

tilt -iherilfof that county. I j Wednesday night he had a 'reat rromnlf Po.j>lrlpT)". ONE LtL E E t<,
o
"1 wonder who it that said 0
was politeness i i
Regarding: the denial from Adju. fight; with a character known as OMMENC1.M.
doesn't cost anything, sal Our Buyer is in New
now York
tact-( eutral Fu-ter that he had not :! Christine Bozeman Khe was iutlu- Farmer CorritosscL dMONDAY SEPT fuimensettock purchasing of tor uu.
t I.
ordered out the troop, Mr. I"lI1ithtoJ ; f' raced by effectof cocaine to be in a "I>oa't you bt-lieve It?"

I "Well, I Lave my doubts. "Whenever M.VTINKK SAlllilUY. Goods
.\)' produced a letter Mirned by the ti;htiny; mood acd struck him in the I co: to town and some stranger i* es- I Dry Clothing, Gents' Furnishing (T.' Iris,
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:.IditUat.\t'nt'ral: wittclt tlllct\\\d j: trtouthsrt'traltones. Fttf traiBuedtoday. \ {'("('1.1l.f.1lite to me I aJtrajs feel &3If 1'U: c''EC.ERATE:(' !1 Carpets, Mafctzngs and House Furnislza.i.FR

I the hum he hid directed Major \ ?15 I I1 it was liable to cost me anywliere
I from SI to .c;.".. nccorJln! to bow much 1
Cary to phc troops at the sheriiTs! I "Bi:; Mike" take thicks good :; !I Happen to Lave."-Washington Star. 4 Boston i To Make Room for the Stock we will Jnan;{ur '

dl=I'os.\l. It w.i4 a4d that thi'rtm1l04..i.1n iraturedly and is always ready for ;
'i i ; .-* MONDAY AUGUST I
t caused the troops to be'I| bittle.:: His arrest* always result iu ;: Y nnadlnm.Vanadium .
(:,** not mitt in a heat of Ideal Opera Co.

called out. i conviction. I IPthan ::.uai (!IcLTiM-s I'., is not !*ffoitctl -
I -_- A Great Clearance
Th entire matter seetneJ ta be so" i t) any :H'hl.Iud inn casing.; ;isj Sale
REMAINS RCADY FOR VOYAGE. I
i It h"'j 35 ARTISTS.
the
j ( s tiniitof;; COPIH.T. it Is
hilly; mixed up that at the time the i
! very ralualilo to tl... makers of rice -- ---

I rite taft. brp yesterday the Sheri; Bodies of Mr. and Mre. Fair Prepared I trial; ;iiili.inc.-e.| | Lot t.i! prier lic'in. KEKENTIM1 STANDARD A\ iuv Goons DKI-AKTMKM: : 'Icnlll(..

I :.imolelf ackn-'w ..dMd to 1 >y that I.eC' ,' for Shipment to America. ;,ljllU a 1'JuJd. it is almost prohibitive.( GRAND OPERAS:
I'.trls.ug.. .!\-The: remains of Mr. jaid j One lot of Scotch Lawas aud All-Wool Blue i p.t'rg'p'ur*

,: ulJ no' T- illy tw:& t..ll what wu-> Mrs. Charlis L. Fair who were .t !ill hi OnUu..lo. ; GRAND ORCHESTRA. French Challies, yards for ;ttc.: Fine AIl- nnl Import< .
.. One lot of fine imported Silk Finished Alpaca and MohairCoat- ,
hid"' tiity'- ilt .tuiHtion.m : killed in an automobile accident near "I think
[ jour (papa dear Itosa, has
i Madras at 21c worth less
per yard, at than half price' .
1 E\vr 'dux. wen removed from the boon making: In u'rus! about me." Large and Handsome Chorus. regular 35c. ,
Full clock of the '
2SC5252.52S2S252525:1-525"1 Church of the iiatieline tonight! after "What Las be told rOIl':" One lot of fine imported Madra* at celtbres >
briff service held in the \ault of 'I MONDAY M<;ilT, 17e. worth Trouser now on '
jl a "Ntthlu0; trot Le otrm ft oj- regular 25c. pair old with .
n a :
SOCIETY ErfNTSi [ "J the churrh in the presence of a d')z- gar, and It was simply frightful: TilE COMICPItt HIVi'EHS, One lot of i; ea I-laod PercaN, full guar

T] ..n persons including Mr. Goody. Unit riirfuile Itlatttri yard wide, at lOc, worth 15c. SIIOKS

Jl'i ;' *>d States consul general here and Mr SAID PASHA. 5AM/ yard* fine SwN* Lawns, worth
regular 15: to tin yard, this sale l<) 50 pairs LidieVOxf", I .
: I2Ii! of the note Ritz who The 8ein Old Hole.
manaetr
m
Slipper at 75c a '
w75
i ) PEWS I yard* for J'sc. pair -
i i :II..H: hart ('barp; of the remains.: The DoorknobVlmt' the! matter D i l'!unH; IMtlCKS: A few of those fine fancy l'araol pair $i.;*r Htrap S! ,

I li.Mu w taken to thp liesplit stiQ TourLur.rkoyI'm left which
<-re
we are offering at co-t.
1D, j23 as nuci DOc_ 1m pairs H.;;) Ktrq1
:5 I *ion of the \Vet-trrn railroad. where th" in t hold again I
525'252.S"25252..C .
I 25.5252 .. Seats (;.UtPKT3 AMI M \TllMi.Kmith's Impairs Jl I ;,11 Oxr"l iMATTIX. i-
tiffins were indoswl ir. packing ca,.. -;, on !Hale Friday.

: J. II. Wruht. local 111,iniiier: f. ''r.r i| Kll perused to name the PO t -- Smyrna Rug*, 21x51, for : ."

the Southern ('"U'II Oil Mil!, left: ;': from Which thov are to be shipped or MARITIME. *1 !'.

l &od 1) for )1 prhli'n. '! the steamer which Is to take them %t IVIr"rrrs 7 Jl.So.Smith's Smith's. Hmvrna Hugs, 25x51, for at.li'r m' yard c, worth of Mattm.-25: and ,.

J. Hug!. Whitu, rei're*"ntiiig the I Named For rx-eonTa--, Hmyrna Uug*, *ixOJ, for o<*' yard* Matting in I I.12c I.

Atlanta \\',...denware Co., arrive Again Congress. For t datoAHI.FXED I *,2 15.Smith's' worth 2wc.&W .
I \ngu> to brea
Cnattarocra. Tenr... Au;;. 2S,-Ho*.
tud.y at the Merclunts.: Smyrna Rug?, 36x72, for yard China :M r'
i John A. :Morn of this city was unan : ?3 3:). yard

\\'. J. Lee and W. 1.. Flowers ofVwtvilI r mOil sly nominated today: by the cot Br -- rnimt-ik. II' Ha11l": 'k ,''rl.tton! U One lot of Keystone Sinvrna Rugs, 2IMIO yards ( ',
good :
os M L
i ii ;3UxiC! for $1.110.
\ *-, and Editor Seabrooke (lj3hltonI.llI1p r I res.sional contention held here for r- ":{':;c yard.PAINTAMI.
rln, One lot of Carpet find Unr 04, full
: to town hit nijilit.Rev tion to congress from the third
I ,'on rr"t'i\nal district: of Tf' nessEoo. -AILE"oipAUoS 1 yard* long, for bitc. I X tiM-t+f-
J. (). 1,1-vrenco, j' iitor of the! I FranCI-l"a. Kib\ari. 1.1\ ,'rpOOI Smith's Axminister RUl withmanufacturer's I
He i .
j accepted in a brief spewt.el : Black Diamond I h '
: '
guarantee, 27x70 for
,
_
Methodi-t rhureh at Ihb"rt. i; het immtDAILY :
2.15.: per ;.:gallon Kuar &I. I
toJ ty. \'I*ltlll': n-v. J. M. Danuelly.Everett j I *rl( oinx'loUK.. < blldrrn. THE SHIPPING. CURTAINS An immen-> K 'I I''
Parents snake u Teat mistake who -

: the little .on tlf :Mr. aud j they eell!! a child his fault in order tat o ,, VK F1L81N PORT Elegant stock of Lace'and Hwlss from Carriage tl tol.fi5 Paint!"r: '. '

Mr-.). Jahu n.pl..h, H quite ill : I ,'rfr-' him IOC| it. lie otiLt to ln ourcd !
tbtir home We-t R I i'f it without I Br Kjrbo hank, M7, Shikleton, to bulll ular .
toll >>total "treet.li04i t kiuiuin that he has it iI price. ,I Household F.: .-
]I van Timlit-r CoIr
) Maud Muller 'I I In continually t-hiditig jour child fit rj City of Gloucester, !<,:. Milburn. tot MENUS
i
; visiting; her his faults you ilou-lop one of the iuo Gull Transit Co
eou-ill-<, Mrs. H. ylugh Hybart uudMr M-rious of con-i i Kr Forest little, *S4.' I'lnkbam. to W L, Comprise all the
l f.iut--thit of self i Wittich Cot Up-to-

->. Charles W. Ruruett, at Mobile.A. 'fiou"ut"'s. II.i lita slouching! gout' ,i InncsCoHr I'.rCUireraore, l.7'i, J nines, to tatherlani d. Date Dishes the Markets JUillifliu l 1i i 1 ) Ioljn00n 1 & Ion.'

J. Adiin* of RjgJad, E. Ain'I ,, Uo not tt'll! him so; lo not bid himI [Portugalrte. Roberts to Fensaco- of the Worfd
aud Joseph Olliugenrf Milton, C.I11EIt'wu I drill stait him in Keglna Elena a':&.i, Kino, toC.ult Transit Afford, -
Tary ur athletics.! Is liii moruiug on the City of r tic >lo\' -nly and liH's he cumo to dinner Br Ursula Bright 2U. C.oode, to W K '
All kinds of Furnl-
Tampa.Lteutenaut. ,, with uncitmlHil hair? l ros for di Key5i Jt Con it! Frvor's DAIRY.
Kr Wilhetmina., Kone. to Kr Jnhui I6 Sture at nearly cost, i j LAKEVIEW
R. R. Raymond, tn.I ner yourself, awl buy him a hau"oIDl'I I'cbrey..r Ladies' Private make room for
DI''ktit'-t\Dt> that appeal to bis fancy HIPS. new stock. I
of th>
charge fortifications here, arrived I -not to )ours I< h,> selfish? Do not Ros Kndymion: 12'J. Ftllersin! to liMn, Dining Parlor. I ruo.vi: II'
from Montgomery this DanwodyACo n..l".m from Tie Northern Woodti
mot
3let him cuess that he Is so. Contrive Nor. >ort-g isw. Bjornsen. to orderii
tag and went down to Rarranci- on: I a (Christian I" celebration! for tie bapplness ;- BABKS .u I'ILJ'&L-am.UD tx-rtiio cure lilt coiut

the 1\ :\. m. dummy. of others, and take him into your ? Australia. PI:. ha rrston. to order -- / Get Our Summer Pru l 'S on the
Nor Avtemoro, (1".1. Han'en.to order Garden hose at the Willis
j eontSileni-e in preparing for it The tL It bice.r,. Oleete. toParodiACo
A World Wide Reputation. I I when be dtx-s what be knows to be Nor tlleser, '"1. Johnson, to order Regular Dinner Daily. Hardware Co's. Best Milk ki thei'Y,

Diarrho-a Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and wrong, your rebuke will be more significant ;! t'tllaTHrrtua SCHOONERAm ?-'.:..Clark to mas- I Our (Htock. bar Only }'ur
Remedy i
; a world wide and your punishment.! If punishment i- let Short car\V NorrlC Drink. NoHtanan' I' *
for its Orders
reputation cures it netLot et is needed, as it sometimes I Ie Is, r- Promptly Two Miles +<#Jf Our D<1. '
; and i il plea*ant and safe to tak Filled. KEITH KR the ,
will be Night or Day. captain owners
: more effectual Punishments
For sale by all drngsrists and deal i NAVAL STOKES MAUKKT. ". nor conilgn of the Br M Prices to Hotels and i
,
ers. always rebukes generally should M' r Forest Dale will be cc-
___ "I reserved for the sins of which the sini, i I Sported Dally for The Newt bj i iponsible for debt contracted .r-

After Sept. 1 an extra charge will I ner is conr-clous. Faults: of which be is j i Union Natal Store Co. If you It'i'!Something t1l1l,yonil Good find it to at Eat by the crew of Mid veiiel.L1IA8.PI5KHAX. R. M. AVERY, ?f -,._

be made for sending out dinner not conscious should be concealed if I I .0.I5. W, L. Wittich & Co. Captain. I

Short orders at present ptlc rs. risible without his being conscious |i ww _. .. ..... tt ") H.... .. ._. utt, Nick Apostle's Consignee.- -- 2>*au The man who own !. w ,

Twentieth Century Restaurant. | of either tha'fault or the correction. ] WG.m .. :I *< G I a- I insures himself &%*' / :.
-- i Overcome ..... ..- s5" r.: I ; .NEITHER. the captain, ownrs trouble and worry.1r'
evil with ret nor I
pood. That i Popular eonjlgnees of the
Lay the dust. You can buy j ... ..... ... I Restaurant .., I the r-
'I I quire skill. Any fool can out I H .. .. I wE... ..... 1U: Br is Ursula brlgbt: will be raise his! rent and or
garden hose at the Willis, I point IC .-..,..- 2iii: D I 13 responsible for debit contract no terrors! for him. Its'a .
a fault; only a wise man can correct : edbythr rw of said veisel. I. home Thos. C
JIardu'are it-Outlook. I-. 1 *5 t dk below lit- F.C )ODE, now-a-daya. ';
Co. I
.
I dnureTSartattat-.: W h ,erCo., Captain. Watson & Co. can u
I Consignee. roan j I easy! it is. Call and see ti -