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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 30, 1902
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' 37. PENSACOLA, FLORiDA SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 30 1902 NO 88 I


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--.PE-RU-NA-. --.- -CURED.---1: :; UNITED STATES I; IS VERY SICK! ON STRIKING MINERS :I Cures All Kinds of

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.. Policy. morning conveys the saddeningnews Lansford, Pa. and all kinds of diseases; produced t'V auf :\
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,., -:--' J f tY i 'i SEETHING WITH DICONTENT. Mrs. Frank Uadclill's baby. The CAPTAIN' ROUGHLY HANDLED,

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._J4f \ I) American Anrtxsticn Idea Supportidby While Soldiers Were Nonunion
Protecting -
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'pl: Leading Business Men and Plant when I Men, Strikers Make Demon- a
., t DeFuniak J:1: -t week but Water
ers-Colony Rapidly Nearing the t.e! baby took sick Mr. Radclille I stration: and Troops Charged Them
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Parting of the VI ays." went up and so the entire family is with Clubbed: Guns and Cayonets. si
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_... /J I '\ \\ i gathered at their little one's bedside i } Is cMiumendeil l liy th.- i ii,.--t physicians all

': ..-_.. "e, !."::- I- I. anxiously awaiting result-- i (.vr til} ,. Uuit-'d states. F
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.... Kingston An 10Corrtijjoratlenct
-- -- ,- Jamaica. Tutsday. ;. Tamaquah, I'a., Aug :L'b.-In an r.counter .
Nothing Can Comparewith
said the infant had
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---4 l'rt.'ii.J-Tb thr.eClonths died. The body will arrive tonight HARRIS LiTHIA CARBOVATEP WATEK for taM cGiNtiEK ,.r 11.0,1:1.i Luinaualyi \
IlI1.St two or it Lansford this nornikj: L'dl; la u \\ j
: Krn-h.: W. >e -. liii- j hate witnessed a remarkabl aud the funeral will be held at 4 p. H. helm of comlaLI... wa -:.c!,' ALE IS tin- fine-t of all ales.

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'i".m'" llliaiicc, Lad j jIn rurudcaceute ot the American anc.x- in. tomorrow. ly injured. A halt dot, i. -;r:11 i; Write for Free Booklets-Fall atrnomal: of 'urt: >rs.

< -. 1"d..u.III' ami j atiou i idea in at I leapt tuo ol the lariat were bayoneted by the, ti.Ji-i.-: d; t \! etc to show to your physician

N," ,"11" Ilulict'liuu. and moat iro >Orta t Urltllib.'t.'lit la 'I
result of the fracas. Alajui: 0. \
...i NOTICE TO WATERI Harris Lithia Springs Co. Harris S. C.
-- + lia lJOSst.'sslons-Trini .ld and Jama; hardt. in command of the ti JlI;,,. hstates .' Springs

\ t ..rr.I.nnwr! ; :--' ,'r.' <.*. The leaders ot the agitation art I that litnill appeal to tin: tuck j jU.y I
'. lIall"- .\lllll.: .... ", rll..,. generally planters and businessmen CONSUMERSThe {
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authorities to put tits town
:1 i a\"-tit:"-, t'ht,%. 111.eurirrtm .: Three point to the growing prosperity Lansford under martial: law. CALL ON OR TELEPHONE

,., \ lon'inued strain in of Porto Rico and denounce the sys-
From daybreak the tiuops \\Wro/ i M. W. MARSHALL. I'enwcola.! Fla.
*-. work I tttaneery much e.\- ttm: of UntUU colonial government will be i
water pressure so reduced quell ng tiis dieturbauitii: and pruttct !I
seemed to gleeed They also poiLt to the desperate :slaw ,
j nerves
my of the sugar industry and to the deplorable in some; parts of the city from icg!! nouucica nun while on their way I Ito I'

I indlge.tlon.rif hid baiksihe. headeihinf umd.tion: of the people of tho about 7 to lo o'clock Sunday morning work. As has:: been tat case: :: Lot YOU DON'T HAVE TO DRINK BOILED WATERJ 1t I

islands: and seriously suggest annex owing; to draining the standpipe the past few days, the troops Nero
"< my blends sunestcd that auoii to the United States as the only jeered wherever they wont. DRINK
that we would advise that water *<* t ,
runa. It certainly acted liktnn
possible chaucf-of reviving their fallen The officers repeatedly! adiu'jr.istu d

my Ii) v. molt,< u.tolJiirs .

thin ten Jay. I felt new life and platters dud business! men; and both during those hours. The pressure, but their \%'&)>ua had inn ;'it-
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influential class tie effect.: As I 5 o'cIiM, ,j
fl\cn me: and by t.skingan ot together lorm a vt-ry luMpair Well appointed Sideboards
will be put on again at 10 o'clock. ..
duty off and un when I let perlup.i; tte must mflueatial class I K ai.u K 'tfIEIared IB tv. ts vCiiis.

it. keep my system in pen of the lonimunit I On. of the < dir Nat i
.. it/SSA. mam: The natives, nn the otlu-r hand, n s- VITAL STATISTICS FOR I front of the ear which (' u toe' un- /I f1
urrect stories of lynchings: and th-' union men to work and :tu utiu a h
\adat---hiT: "f Sum l/ Blessings on the head
workings of the aati-B "?ro laws M THE PAST WEEK i iI the tear. While passing tl.i.'i.cl.! t "si 'j
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tLe southern ?atfs and declare them dale, am! l.aiiotord tin -<>;\1' 1 we ahiKjted. f of the man who discovered -
.- I ulTr<-d with eelvcs empliatirnlly against annexation I but a* no Mop was ui-d th' .
'i'i i in the r"illn ot thepre.ain I I"p j to noon today ten births for I the sideboard.
and strongly in favor of the Britishrule strikers did cot maku anv viol ;. inuion -

: ; .n"atilln which ghee them fieodom that the past week had been reported at <' tratk>B6. I r.j : '/

iiht-r sympt4)iii3 clnv has becoiLtto them even more precious the cilice of the city board of health. At SuD.mlt Hill about tlPU1! rye '. 'l J\\ t ../

than industrial and financial pros rttuber! rt men availed! thunii>elves of ,
bottles of Peru I perity. Between these two fjittionsM They were as follow, : He prwerti'.a of tne solu.ers and

'x'ttpr than I --sertuISU.'hPr. ,;ces another i las*. iell'f ntia! \lite-To! Peter Hines and wife, iM=r.t to work. The p'< krt... of the

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rough though :n a topefs! niinori'v a boy ; to Jas. Adkinsoa aud wife a stnivtrs made efforts to stop them brit
.tutv;"tcrittair. holding that federation with Canada the warnings of the soldiers held themat
girl ; to ius. Johnson and wife, a
> :-. e. Hart.7tnitariuw is the only remedy for the ills from hay When tlo workmen! bai F'f'; '

I. .. ..,1 which the islands are abcoluttly suf ;girl; ; to Troy Westbrook and wife, agirl. beta loaded onto the ca-s the n-turn ; ,. LITHlA Wafer

f.rin". And between them all the trip through the valley I onnmenced.lie ;
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newspapers have been lejyt: busy! pabli I word that more men than usual rI r (- :>t' ,] -*=: !> _
Creole To S, M. Kcto and wife, a /
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I hing letters:: and recomrcpndatiou were reporting for work t rral' !ih.xb. .tf-) /* .' mixes perfectly with all

: UCTIaN SALE and prot..,;!,;. One paper had finally girl ; to Philip Sunday aud wife a through the lower part >>f the vailey "I r i/iHocl;- .:.. ;,;s ._. .. .' be\erases.: It is a delicious

to declinf TO publish any letters bearIng girl. rkt' wildfire! and in Kurt time the ,... ( -'I -..: : beverage in itself the vim

BEGINS MONDAY on the subject. Colored-To \\'i.on! Massey and II meets were almost: blotl.i! il with pea I !; .4 worr'.,..,.01" :r.9'?..=;--:---.. and life without the Nte.

The truth of the matter is that the ple.Vhen the corner ol ( outer and 11.w- .' I 'T. Bottled at Waukesha Wis. .
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wife Will Black and wife
a boy to
Intelligent people here are becoming ; last: Bei'tch street was n-aiihed' th- II

'.: :'il.iii. hay rented the altogether! sick of the British colonnlIohey. I a girl ; to Jos.; \Va-hinB'tou; and wife, cars ttoppd to allow \ etai nonunion '--;I'f': t r FOR SALE HERB BY

t'uUifux and Inteii- a policy that has resulted in men to get olf. As the> .-,.'l'rlf'r1 i to ./ 1
a boy toI'ill Rawl- and wife, a / ': 1. JUar A: Co., Aleuts.SICK ; .
the almcft total destruction' of the sues the ground the mob made a rush! for ..
i occupied by Meyro- : r Industry ot the islands. The fntttrade boy : to Jtrry Young' and wife, a them. A ..lozcn solJicra: :prang on ', .. ;: :- ." :: .. .- ': ":. ---r"' _: : :. .i-:, 'If '.:t :'

-t i IIH mouth, and has with the Unites States is th, btl.' i I the! oars. and leveled guns on tu.' mu:, -

worth of cloth.lint raiv.-t in Jam __ I II and endeavored dear
i-i-o.oiiu piofital undertaking :': to a pabs-agp

inenV furnishings, 1':1 today Its growth is; oontinuo'H I SAILOR FELL way tor tte nonunion men. NEGRO FOUND : HERRMAN THE GREAT
and phenomenal. It ii is the mainstay Wh'!n the soldiers returned aftnr

inning Monday: h:ept. I, ot the island. Nobody attempts tj I escorting their charges to a place af LAST NIGHT '
HATCHWAY CEMETERY
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:MIIIJ for one month he deny that without the United Fruit DOWN !aIM)', the members commenced t)

it auction-nothing to bet company (an American concern) th' close in around the cars. The strikers -I ---
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t create=t chance evert the struggle.The A aeaman from the Italian bark: ordered t:> disperse merely yelled I A very sick negro, giving hi- The theatreeaion opened la=t t,I,

... !buy goods at your dotiession! over the country iaa louder and pressed closer. As Captain name as John Wil-on, was round in night with Herrmann the Great with |-:
Oiulia fell down into of
a hatchway
acute as li is real. Government Hoim. of company: K. was abi'xit '
:M-reh.mts would do I St. Michatl's at I o'clock his magical exhibition as the initial ;
departmental reitorts teem with refer- the vessel this morning during the to Jump from the car he was seized cemetery
'. i i :end early Monday to The show equal to
-tuck ent.ei: to It. Taxes are becoming harder squall and sustained painful injure around the leg* and thrown to thy I this afternoon. The patrol wagon attraction. was f"
i- a* fH'rythingI
to rolled because people are daily: ground. A half dozen privatewho j was called and he was cent to the Herrmann's best, and a- he has occupied :
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I a highcst bid, rejjard-: ie,:. He was: brought ashore and
getting: out of work in followed him. were roughly handled
consequenceof of
the of the pinnacle J.i
I station. He said : "I don't care top
the tdilure of the sugar industry. taken to St. Anthony' hospital: for one of the men hat a portion of hit I

\1.,1111. hat an advertise With'.n the past few months thousands treatment. The phy-iciau says his shirt torn off! and according to the *al what becomes; of me now." mystic science for many: years thUU t i:

I'-U". head it.Vf ujc-u thousand of peieons have bfn l 1leted men and the officers, a number not prai-e.

prosecuted for non-payment of taxta.They injuries are not of a serious nature. ol blows were struck. The men were For O.er t>>ivy YrarsMK There was a large and well plea.eil .11 1|
: Into Your MUK'H I
are generally given a month or then o-dert'G to dliemNirk. : ?. WI:> !"LOW'S HoOTHIOOG'KP b8
I crowd. The hou-e was cooled oil i
I: 't- 1-.1-e. a powder. It two In hirh to pay up their duos With clutched guns and fixed bay. been used for over sixty years by nilllioniol

.-martin i ;, nervous feet or is default take a term of imprisonment NOTICE TO WATER i o-netij th. "oldierj! forced the crowd i mothers for their children while teething between the acts by electric fans it

w.n/ nail*, and: in-tautly which dyes cot cancel tho I back. Many of the strikers rtood their i| with perfect access. It soothes the child which added greatly to the comfortof i fi
softens the ,alla's all wind
pn.ncures
of and bun- debt.It ground and would tot more until the gums ..
out corns
i : ? CONSUMERS colic, and li the best remedy for 1llllrbo..aIt..1II the occupants. On account of the ;
.. is the opinion of i roldlrrs iabbed them with their! I .
: greatest comfort dis.H ;- a good many Intcllfpect : bayonet relieve the poor little sufferer Immediately.
: :. ae.; Allen's Foot- tarn that if the expensive *. Some *f the strikers fearing Hold by Druggists In every part noise made by the fans they could i

shoes feel system of government which obtains that the troops: w''ild fire rushsJ of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle not be used during the performanceas 1*
tirfht or new
here were !?ui>' rrfded by a system of The water pressure will be so reduced -I into the opera house on the corner I Be sure you ask for "M rs. Wlnslow's Booth- "
certain cure for sweat- lag Hyrap" and take DO other kind. they drowned Herrmann' many .
and hot tired, aching tae kind being introduced into Pjr- in some parts of the city from | and for a time a wild scene of confusion i I
to Klco the island would not b* low ; roil ignei.In pleasing interpolations: and explinanous. :
: "dry Sold: by all about T to It) o'clock Sunday morn-
I -ln e :ture Don't In recovering_ itself The salary of about 5 minutes the crowd had :;r I}

!-titutr.. ly mail for $;:;,O,1 <(< hpjides numerous exemptions lug; owing to draining the standpipe been pushed back to the curb line. NOTICE TO WATER I ___ -

Trial package: FKKK..Oluisted anJ privileges: ) which tie governoris that we would advise that water In the melee eeveral! of the strikers
t tTOMORROW
\ :. --. LeRoy, BAY EXCURSION [
paid is regarded as distinctly ->vtravasact be drawn in advance to serve during were knocked down while others suffered CONSUMERSThe

and nut of all proportion to slight bayonet wounds. Captain i
those hours. The will
> M i KOsXVIII1M. the colony's general rerenu And the pressure helm was severely bruised by I I f fBay
rrvenue cannot bo increased. Iru- be put on again; as lo o'clock. us fall.
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port duties are at the highest! praM- 1-au; night a carload of timber' water pressure will be so reduced I --

-warm gulf waters i is; ble i", :'pt, and the gwnim nt dar Chicken and Oyster gumbo whirh was standing! on the LehibCoal in some parts of the city from' ,

lthe tine*t in the not raiso them any higher U i is. and Spaghetti at ..Nickpostle's I and N'aviffatlon: company's tracksat I about to lo o'clock Sunday morning excuri' on tte steamer Enterprise >

to. .at 1114 f,'rplea-ure with therefore, not at all surprising to fin I Summit Hill. was started down the ownto draining the standpipe Sunday at 2:*) p. m. Enjoya r
b.-.Ird and lodging, by the whole Island! seething with discontent I to-night. steep stretch &f road which leads I
wk.. Luncheon I IfJ taI I that we would advise that water dip in the surf at the life gariu
promptill snouting for reforms-reforms insford. Thp car leaped the track
be drawn in advance
to serve
: i'Ur day: or night.
station. Hefre9hmuU will be served
t i' \KLK'., H. BURTON, ,,which: like the Rovernmecfs sunl at almost cost for the at a harp curve and was hurled -a during those hours The rreure .
Manager. trig promise of "better times"-never E LILULLULU room tiO days to make the bottom of a rain breach. At miiniht on the island beach. This will be a
for new stock. will be put ou again at 10 o'clock.
'-- come. It Is realized that tie colony 0, M. Pryor. the rovernor's troops Captain! I delightful chance for an ootln;.
KKT AND DA NCR AT !I@ rapidly nearing the parting oft Wu'er.'a8 sent to Summit Hill to
Summer Complaintis J. E. HEED,
t.i\ LUFF THURSDAYTRAIN.S : *> way And the future will depenlilmost protect the home of William henry
NOTICE.The brouzht about by Manager.
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not always
AT 8, >:3) AND ettlrely on the future policy a nonunion man. It was reportedthat The
change of air und water. "stay-
FRAIX RKTfRNS of the Imperial authorities with resard Pensacola Greenhouse will be I the strikers" were firing on the at-homes" are just as susceptible to Feders' Brash Braid, all colors, 5 !i

I'KETrt 25 CENTS, AT to this and the other islands of closed for one week beginning Aug. house. A part of the troop remained diarrhea ; due, generally to overeating cents yard. f:

the West Indies.! 27, on account of absence from the .I w guard there all night! as unripe fruits, etc.; and, ___W r. JOHNFOV__ & So.v. ;i
drinking ice water; all accompanied
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VIOLETTE Sept an
n ;;; fackleofallkinds The one great: virtue of Burnett'sVanilla city. I MEAT & MALT has a marvelous I by not painful checked bowel, results discharges;;;eriou-ly;.and Perry if I be made for sending; out dinners. ;

od crab nets at the Extract i ii purity. It H real CONCERT AND DANCE AT dietetic;yalue. ,r hile refreshing and I Davis' Painkiller is the only purely I jHhort Twentieth orders Century at present Kestauraut.prices. i\

llanhvacr Cos. vanilla extract and nothing but va MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY I.I pleasant to take, it helps assimilation I reliable remedy. 25 and &jc. \
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our NIGHT. TRAINS SS:30AND
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I The bet for the tff'-. 9. LAST TRAIN RETL"RAT II Been thi f
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I be made sending oat dinners.
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I lr \ e price ever sold here. 11:5) TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT __ .. _BROS. Short orders at present prices. tn r# ;;
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA, SATURDAY AUGUST 30. 1902.

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FOR- THE HOUSEWIFE I KIDNEY TROUBLES.Mrs. FIFTH SUNDAY ': I II I j


f; Piano In 'uramrr.i i MISS ROSE OWENS

c i ..t i> 'mu, there Is om ELIM ASSOCIATION: c ,

I:"ivl.nh Is practical! No. 720 Seventeenth St.. WASHINGTON. D. C.

.! vL.o'l': an' roil, full> : Louise M. Gibson Says That This -- ,

:..- i the I'.H-M \1 I I.tu If
"If you are a suffering woman
every suffering woman
(i.\i-:>m.' artii!, Fatal Disease is Easily Cured by The program for the fifth rnmlay' has thi same experience with we would ay to you

It 11 .jKfted to ever> Elim Baptist Association -is pie Wine of Cardui that I bad that Wine of Cardui seldom

ul..b'! much Ii''s lain Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable i pared by the missionary committee your medicine will be most fails to completely cure any
I of female ills. We
About case say
\\,1'IlI'l'I1 in sLttt-i :.11:,) will be as follows: I, popular. a year ago
Compound I began to have: a worn out emphatically. it never fail
ami'liur. WLrtlitr w\ i Meeting will be held at Ruv'- tired feeling with lassitude to: Lent at. Every day hundreds
"t. nut h a Mile issue chapel' one mile southwest of Me- ; pains in the: back and hud sufferers are writing

'.millthat the In .tru.mi David, Saturday and Sunday, Aug j Ladies Department. -
Of all the diseases known with which the female orjranism is afflicte.1, kid.Iles which kept increasing every to our Advisory
\ that IIi,'r" Is no.i I disease is the most fatal In fact. unless pnuupt a llll'urrcl.t treatment u 30 and 31. II month. I felt that 1 needed The letters are

tn-atins it proit-rlj. TL.' applied, the weary patient seldom survives.Iking : ': Saturday. something, but to get the j opened by persons competent

:.. attiouiit {>f felt it I 10 a. m.-Called to order by chair-' right medicine was the trot MIIIZ1.1 11'. to give advice. Mrs.
fully aware of this, Mrs. 1'inkham. early in her 'aret'f."e exhaustive
''M, liable to ln attacked nun ; devotional exercises by Rev. !i ble. I finally decided on Jones was cured by follow
study to the MiHject. and in producing h-r srrf.it remedy for woman's
I Wine of Cardui and needed ing i the advice which was freely given
,,. I"''.. viifiuy OUT with ills- Ljdi.1,11. riukharn'hVjJ (1II1ll'uuIJlI-wascar"flll to A. M. Lowery. i your only to
I : / rte 10::*) a, :What is the duty of1 take three bottles when I was fully reher l-y the Ladies Advisory )t'part-
that it
lia\ covered. inent. Miss Owens was cured without .
: "' ip ;.iNo aftWts it in a that dreaded,fisca!>,,,wuu&au's kidney troubles The Vein-tableComptjund acts the churches toward the missionary : '
t iiiinr. Kt-inil.trity: in in harmony with the laws that govern the entire female system, and while and how can it be performed? by L j Miss Row Owens, who Wine advice of by Cardui just buying from a druggist{1.00 bottle and of

: there are many so called rem>dies for kJn.Troubles) Lydia I'. I'lllkliatn's C. Bowman and other. [IDIIEX a responsible position in !
:;>. of courser liut tl.oi I taking this great medicine in the priacy -
Vegetable Compound is the only one especially prepared 11 :)5-15 the spirit of missions I Government service at
i I..IMit in tor a time, for \voinen. i erowiup in the Elim Association! ? by "Washington, I>. C., decided to \ of her home. No doctors examination

i ,- i I'y .l \111\11. us the RevJ.L. Bryars and others. try Wine of Cardui she made a wise treatment -. .I t'ii-: lamm"I" 11:45-Song service, led by M. A.I I choice. Over a million women have cs,arv.. You Lave read w hat these twocureil

: olds': t. The I' Whitehurst. :, Loon relieved of female weakness by this women 1m wrlttrn. Is this not

,r 'I I atraiiM a wall) 12 m.-Rpce-s for dinner. same Wine (If Cardui. It is nut a nJcf enough! to lead ?you to determine to be

.1: -". that at Lust four J p. m.-Called to order by chair- i strong medicine but may be taken e>cry sutl'erlJJg.I"y
nirtu ; devotional exeici-es by D. M. ] in the var by any woman with Aucu 13 l )OO. Mrs. W. II. Jones,
l' !from the plrlOII.:: )(emt, benefct. It dues not force results, but of CaUlf'ron. Mo., writes; :

: i,,Ids tint\ 'tl m ir 2:1">-I* it advi-able to put a missionary corrects di'ransjomenU of the menstrual "I suffered terribly monthly periods
.
; nut be tl.! 'it 'r ',itc in the Held of the gUm Association orsrans. It strengthens t.e nervous for thr<:e years. I would sometimes go for

? by J. A. Godwin ami system, jt\es tone t,) the I bodily functions seven mouths with no flow at alL Now

others. acts: dinKtly on the genital I have my health back again and am
r I "i' ('4.Okt ltg tPnl.rla. ;a p- n -Shall thi-5 committee recommend orpans, and Ii the finest tonic fo.r woezpedimg to be confined in January 1

'. I'.uiyin;,'. t!. the employment of a mi,. men known to the science of medicine. cannot praise your medicine enough." v

solution LI' i' *lon: ry to the next a-sociatiou" by

Ole the \: u I H. Grimlar and other A million suffering womea
._. often c$ .1:0'')-What i ia the best method of tNlr E O f CARD VI t..lfpun.1 relief m
supporting a mi-iouary? by H. C. Whit of Cardui.
.
are t 'I': i
W Killam aud other
Vlllfll "I! .1 : 4 p. n:.-iSonsjt-ervice-s then recess I I -0:=-_ ___

hint( w lit'i: i'. ;'. till 7..n: p. ni. !:

1.. MI'i'tHclj i.. ; i i bI-t. .w-1'rfeachins: by Rev.. T. Fil- '
.

';,.' -<.n'ili"ilfl'Jlils :11.1.. t II i ix ill pus .' Ii n "JlI1. i I Iul1ltal. TRY m NtWV\ Al T LUMN U fi f


P. nor and also ,'sa toM I
? !9 a. m.-Sunday school ma* meeting II i
I
t,< illffl'ti'iit p lUll by R. J. r.awnian and I'tl.trs. I .

tin-\ rokli!:! priM-'vv (., ; 11 a. ni.-Mi-sionary sermon by i

I.>. only .) ti"' ,->,..:irj f' 1 Rev. J. H. McAnally, after which I,. TIME TABLE. '

; .- it""\.'uti,,!) to l'o! i-uuLil)!; 1 collection for missions will be taken ; I !
for dinner. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
r. d h in use is t..' i-trtor; recess
i "IMTS fur thecSttijH1 i'f 2:15 p. m.-Hong and prayer service IN EKKECT DECEMBER: 1, ivul/ ,

The Mttlon ot pipe torte New Orleans and Mobile.
2:4J-Called to order by chairman ; ,
I'hmi'tit is iiwle must nl oI -- ---
> exercises W. H.
devvtional Countryman
by
.- miscellaneous business; ad- I so... So... : No.r.'i! No.11. : No.1. No.l. '.
; 7:15 a 1Iim: 11'tb pi Leave ....Pt'nl&cola.Arrlve 1'1:1., It' .:11' p 8(1(1 III
II I journ at will. 11:511" 2:7 p l 1:112 a t Lp....@_.... )olomaton...... Leave 4i5 a. 2:110 p 7: tt:I! III
I All are cordially invited to attend 11:00 a.:::! p :!;;;j a I.u.lobl1" L..ave 1301 n't 115 n 6:00 p5p .
I this meeting. ....__ ::! I 7:10" I LeaveNrw Irirans- -: Lrave.. ramp' 7:25" _

..); I !i D. M. MERRI1T, North.


I II I (, ,, taJy j ._-Chairman.- No. !. No. .. I Jo. 1 No. s.Ilai .

: MIJS. LOUISE M. (JlHSCoirc' Cotton Received at Evergreen. pm 1:15 p m Leave-..... I'en'acola..Arrive .:(1\) p m :tJol. m
8:15 a m 1\:5 p m Arrive... 3tontgomrryLrave 11:15 a m III.'i: p m1I.59 [
i season is Just opening and over 7uktpm 3:111" 111 Arrvl! ..,.Sa&hvltlt .....I.t'.t! ... ..
I 2:311 a In ":i3 a m Arrive... Loutovllle __..1..8 .
"I >E.vu Mu>. 1'lsslltyr--I felt very li.srnunicit nvn years ago, I 150 hales have so far been ginned and 7'IJ"m 11,51a m Arrlve..l'Iocmnatl..LfoaVe 11:15. pm !: 'i. m

.4r I II II h.nl Milk-red M> l h>!i.r with kl lit) tIY ul Its and other female ( imi>lk'.ititHiN :i sold, the price being about 8 cents. 7::"tom 1IIlpm Arrive I'\t.loui4 ..Ltl\vl" t .::'Iipm:'pm IIUpm++:55! pmI

; pr j I I and had taken M> milt h inc licini'ithout relief that I tram to i The fle i-y staple is coming: In earlier I PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
think tlu'reus IK fur Life hHiked good to me but chat is '
no >]H' me. M ,
this year than last and the yield willI 1 ,
I life \vithi>iit health 'f vanted to K' veil.u :>0.21lIaIlY No 3-Dally :, So stop where time nol bbownINor 2-Da111 No -Dallr
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I be a great deal less than last season. 1 j __
I h> li.i i... rinkliam's 1'eetable ('olnltttnnd fiirrd mo and madame I I 1If.i pm 7:00 a m 'Leave.. .. Prnnacola..Arrivr' 10i pin IM pm
six bottles i 12:15 nIght 7:1'1" loht-11I18: ..... 11':17" :IIfI"
: I \\fll, and that is why I gladly writo and thank j'till ; Sailor Drowned While Bathing. 12IJ": 7'1" ...... YQltI.tra........ I".its: III "
: I I II Ii wi nil I took, together with \our I'ilK. fly headache and backache Mobile Ala.. Aug. 2S.-Arthur Hall Itr.i": 7:1, .", .........Eseambla.: ....... lose: 6t' .. I
14'I.'i h 7.t '' .... M ul"t .. '
)011:1. :1:13' .
I 1..LI1 INTO fHllI.NEY.: i and kidney trouble wnt, never to return ; the Uiniing srfnsation Ii seed 17. a sailor on the British steamship ItIV" 7M u_ ... ..... Harp ..... ..... 111: 1" /.11' "
I hid left altogether; my general health was N o improved I felt l2: 'ol II 7.H5 .........(ialtCity ......... IOI 6t7"
.r enough to ad- and light and happy at twenty. Marylacds, lying In the upper 12M It 74V .' ........... oliitoo... ...... 1_:10" tA\ : ) "'
:is as .
i'ilicin which tin'! jnuiig Timber anchorage: several miles above 1:511 am..... ......Good .U,/tong e. 455 ..
u I tuna Sitlceee admirer of yours and feel that you mast have a host 151 8:15 __....... Holt, .... ._. UK5" : .:115 H j
IM-I are pivoted to::1 do ;, tne city was drowned while bathing rU "':111 ......- llIltllao ,,... .' }::!O" ..11 .. ,
when not in use I of friends all OUT this country \%lit) feel as I do, even though they i :tlon"-"l; the vessel His body wasrecovered. rCt M:'1; .... ....?...Cre.t\"lt'w.._.-... 9:1a I .,It) "
lid s-njiiKirtod by not e\i>n\x> it."-Mus. Jri u .M. (;nts/s, 1t3 I-ingley A\e C'hieago, III !I' BUU I.M ......Deer Land ...._ .:M" I 11If "
:: J I 33 1/:11) _._. MO 111."d! .._ 1..4t. 1111" :
I The troubles to \\hirh subject IH.V.IUM' of their sex are -- ---- "
To .onn..t a women are 4:011: U\5 Det'nnakMpringr.. to ':ly "' : JI toI
:s tilted down, It gi tu. Every day \\om.tn is liable to have a 1u-\v pain. K-v ('ssivcvony Quick Relief for Asthma Sufferers. I i III 9:44 ".. ,......... Ar.le ....._ to 7u to 281"
4:4) 8: 7' .....Ponel! deLeon ._. to 7\I": t 1:18 I'
", tube. ,hen I may disturb the n n-trnal function and tniM-ttlo the nenes, 1'01e'a Honey and Tar affords ini- 6:00 111:10' .. .wr4tville....._ to 7.17" i 1:66"
t. t'-. r' iiug jiortioii over-t xrrtiun may M-t up wiim* abdominal inflammation, or a trilling mediate relief to a-thina sufferers in 6:1)1j l0 U' .". .. __ Car'vlIl ._._ to 7:14 IU "
fil\3' 11I'jI" .. ......_. to '
if taken in time ? .Uolllftty 1I.'i'; 1:7" .
and
.. ;' I.:'ii;!' lie tiaring end I aceidt nt deninge the \\it-productive xVstein. the worst stage 511)) It 10:17 II It .. lblpley .. .._ It II1" 1:1" r
., all nmisual puzzling about 'will effect a cure. W. A. D'Alem- e6n 11:t'7" .. _.......Cottoudalt..._ II ( 14i5: coos
lid of at
j : f.uii in the If feel that there is anything or .. ..
you berte, 1114. Palafox. 7:110 II 1I5 h .........Marianna ........ '1:1. 11:11 to
,'' .ru generated then your ran-, or if you \\ ill i-ontidentui advice of the tuna esn Ih IiCed. 7:8'1 It 11:45 .. ........ Cyprrst .. ... .. ".8" 11- a ID
I'liikhai'i Ma and will IK' advised free ofchaig 7.0" lIS h ....Gr.m' Ridge .._ :1:11% 11:22"
II the
\ through pips write to Mis. LMIII, >s., you ..
Try one of our celebrated 7\'j": 12:05 noon .. I'\nl'"rt! .. ... fo. I" i"\I"! '
; \. It. I'.uitley! olis ,-. Ljdia K. I'inklianiS Vegetable C iinM.uiul has tnietl and 815" U/5" .'rrlv..Klv.1DctJon" ..I........' !>'J"' Intr. "
I j. I the inu'htor. li curing thousands; of CO.M.-S of female --r'ul'ing them inexienbiuly H. $ S. Felt Mtittressefi. 1

and absolutely. iJeiiiemlier this when you go to your They never pack or grow 1I
n..1. ft i I,.,,,;I'..1..1. I LAW
druggist. Insist upon getting lumpy. Better than a hair DEPARTMENT
; .Ot: Miuitzf a doth out) i
'. 'ifii! dip it III i>owdi'ii>>! Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. mattress, at half the price. _.",.--

: i .i1'! it on the paint till tilt Whaged.pttr.Iwith theNSIen&ICtvnat.k"r Lynn J1.<1.wull Marstou $ Qaina.
ItW. \Kit.
v -1. liusl' with i linn w.i ..11Icb ...pai' u.anyi I"r.n..10...'anlir"t tbat the atxivetestimonial li"ler John BP Stetson UniversityDo
5000 ..4i'-uliliHhe.l obtaininis the writer's fpet-iil ,
lfcip
is not KCUUIUO, or perinl'lou.
U! .1 Mil unol""lhhIth! :i I
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LydU: t:. I'inkhaiu Medicine C. Lynn )Ia"fI.
I'. I'.iint tK-iiiifil ill flu!; Lnucl, Ploricln.
The Beer
ui'.l:' I'Mik like lit'w, and thc JOHN I'. I'OKHKS, I'h. n.. l'rt..I./lI AI.HKKT.IiK \ll. I.i. II. Dean i ii

will not injurv f\cn tin- nc.-t Thr C .-liar. Ti-rtii ( 'iiiiiniciiccs 1\etlne"sila.Oclolxr I. I'.MCJ.TW .

<-4ors. A ) rent punt! alw.ns The ei'H.ii i I- r: i all ti.ipiiriatlt item Several Hundred Killed. That Made ,J ( Y :Alt.' i Ol'KsK-TUc Ii-partiiirnt of John K.tet.uti CuiNrrntyi gives

it paint is to wet 01.ly a little l f<,r ,ousi
t."- and to finish olf that bet huh I! it !11"1 hun..1I. ;.: ltt'llIu<' intlii r., l r| r't rd ftoni t..r! nattvt' !>tani '! IIEOREEAUMiI4TITHF: IU k- Th. diploma of tliH.M t'..part'urntofJohnH. I
tlt..t..nn I'liiverntv admit- tin- Bar

>z fa rtlli'r.It inclined* <-.Hi--'i:to'n dial"i the-exuilj i.-ire i "with'",.,,. \\ ho her is own not j I! nitmati Sepal! The overflowed nt. rs Kijfhtnati their batik and Vi-l.al: <: Hi D I DR r F&Mavd U UJ blredmturnletourrgardingtin M'KlilKK 1' .),''Ot.1'III:''>Law--} 'li.rtlil.awAnnounet ii.pnrtm.-til ndilr.ALItKIll' .--, of I..J.I mid ..1t"lbu d.. I ,

J. FA HIIAII. I) -aii "f Liw I)"-pirtment. i
Needs a Tonic. i tuasrit uc.'. 'Ifn'iv rite ttlLirs awl eel i I catiseil serious landsiilos in the Khdlniaudu. De Laud Fh. '

in- tunes when your liver : lirs. It would lJe well fur the youn; I The cities of Dhauton ani I _

!.if. }).IU't give purgatives I God 1I1t'\1 larienctrl LouM'keeper if she 1'atna were greatly damaged and acv i i

: and weaken. DeWitt'sI I tlight in the lt"hlllirl{ of htr tarter i eral hundred persons were killedDfalncss !. VICTORIA i:i Tulane University of Louisiana. f.i f.
I i'iv Hi..erl'Xpf'l all poison I.e l'o'J'Uitt'll the prixilt-se! of paying
': tl- and art tonic tor I :MADE BY ACME HREWIXG co.
-" Ill .1 a visit to just two ccIL'.rsr-one whist (aniKit IK- ('II rrl'I i No"v Ox-loetxxrs.
\V. bcott &:.U 11 1.11Id
11:11
l't1uhgs; to the domicile of tile perfiel I .. Iti':-;T 1U-CKM I50TTI.K BEta
"liltmi. J>a., : "I have by local applications a they canno t
I 11..Witt's Little say Early Ri-er- I l.otiM-l.e i'r.. the other tu the Louse reach the diseased portion nf thi,f. IN TOWN."iDANNHEISSER. 1 EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LL.D., President.

, ('>r -,\"I'mlpars and would I iii'l'l of tU woui.in who has not jttiu.i' ear. There i- omlflUt> \\'ato cnn
without thf>ill." :Small: and : : !.< f't-u to t.e! fact that a cellar guns deafness, and that i- by'eontuntional : BROS. Full CoorPlln La i8nav..Spli.nff'. Inen: t>riiif. 1.11"1..dIClnf'. Pharmacy, An.I'.n .
I ..
S.parate| 1J..partm"al"In..n Huild.rik'i Itrin>l\ lil>rarli*> I.abormlorlcl
? take. Purely vegetable.vtr with 111'1' hotiif __ lenifdies. Dt' ifne-itau-e i <1 AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED and Workshop. platlid J.partln..nt for Vomen la tilt :'>""cfI".b \'"".-.....

ripe; or di-tre..... Jlariiinucy To My Friends. by an ititlamt-d coiulitmn of the mil: W WJikVpT I Tulane makp*Ic a4 1
I.
:i' John hheppard, /" h1I. Iti- with jov I tell you what Kodol: con lining; of the Eu-tacll; an Tube HarDer nLUlij- mtbeKoutii. Eighty-stzinstruetors; nod iBstudeutea.ti-in.. Many fccboi.r.blp. t
havi In theacadi-raicdrpartni'-nt! op-n to Louimaaa ""Y.. Kip. nsn of chol
When this tube isintlamed vou + "Mlilp itadeol f
i': i.. did toms,. I wa- troubled with mytomacli \ Main House-401 H. Palafox street. (l7ator.....100. hoard and lodging in dormitorlc low rmt-s DpiMtriunltloi aordrd
for several month a tIIlrlhliu;: -"uUlI orluiperiecthearlug academic students for ct-lf-lielp.. In tbf <-
: Upon R. R. Union micCollegr- boy If proprrly pn pared t'
hfiijjc advi-ed to u-e Kodol. I dido, and when it is t'utii'.Ido'd Exchangoe-Opp. Depot for college work wilt li' turned away from inability to pay tuition. Nell ettiuu b".
1 ..hl'h'a Football Con<-t.. I and word cannot tell the good it Deafne*< i-s the result, and unlew,, P. O. Box 2 1. Penacola, Fla. I gmsUctoher it. Send for Catalogue. 1Addren.

'. ,.,. I had the intlammation can bo taken on t Phones 116-2&1. It. K. BKt .'. Httretarr. ;
jears" contract was executed: ha< done nifA neighbor dy- j
and tin tube rt-tored to its norma i. .
il merlin of the I.chiji! l'nitlll.tlc pepia0 that he had tried musteverything. --- I I
.. .\ UNiucatlou'L, n'by I told him to u-e Ko- condition, hearing; will be destroyecforever ,.
of have ; nine ca-e out of t'.u.11'1 *:>-WE WILL- *
I dol.'ord? gratitude cometo -
v..s of I> S. 1!. Newton, for
r. I caused by (catarrh which i i.* nutLiii;
from him because recommended -
1'ijsu-al, director at Lafayette I. HIP but an iiitlamei.1 condition of tin e
eo.V.. Fr'illla.,
it.-( !
.r'\! to roach the football clevI atdstrenthofmind muci'iiurfaces.. !
Iowa. Health CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS
I f.. IiL:li. Dr. Newton will take and body depend on the ?tom.ich, We will give One Hundred Dollar:. '
:''til team in hand on Sept 1. and normal activity of the digestive for any case of De.ifnes*: (cal&-pd b\*

\'.\\ ton already expresses satist orjrau Kodol, the rfat'rfCOIIi'tructi'p {hail'Catarrh:catarrh ) that Cure.cannot end;be cureu for cir bj 1 at and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of

th. rirosivts and expects to : tonic, cure* all stomach
; 1 and bowel trouble.. indigestion, dy:-- culars ; free.F. Fall
: .1 tint lass eleven at Lehi'sh i Goods.-;+ --
pepia. Kodol diet any good food J. CHKNEV tSc Co., Toledo, O.
-- -- Take dove after meal. Sold by Dru;!;gits.75c.
,
I MMILL. Kt'Y trial size of you eat. a ----
Har i5' Pharmacy. John Sheppard, 2b doz Men's Laundried Shirts, 68 pair Ladi s' Sprln Heel r.hofo'l
, ( 'r>-Hii Hihn ; enough to con- The finest line ol umbrella in th Get your boy ready for school.
of Sidney Kahn. city i is at J. I. Stephens'. Go loo:' regular f 1, to close at 75c. regular 11 goods; to close quick at brit I We carry a full line of hrye' Nuite.
y u that it i* the greatest '
1 WN' N N4 at them. 27 doz Men'* Colored Laundried pair. fo Boy*, hum, regular price, fl.W.
for nasal catarrh cold in
or close
: shirts, regular sac, to close at eo OJ{. S3 pair Lidies1'I.OW.U' t Slippers, to at Tic suit.
.11.I Full size 50 cent. All CONCERT AND DANCE Al, 67 ploys''oUl suits! regular price(
regular 81.2"* goods, to close at ll.Oopair.
-tWe mail it. IfYoullavcRheumatism MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY:" 57 doz Men's Colored Laundried fl.W and $I.5. to clue at 11.15 eult.

E' v Blto:;? Warren Street, NIGHT. TRAINSATS 8:30 ANE I' Shirts, regular50c good-, to close at 120 Boys' All-Wool l'iultll. regular
New York. 35c ; these goods should go in 24 69 pair Men's Low Cut Shoes, regular price 12,00 to |3.CU, to clo e at I1.W
>'-Citnd street. Albany Y. 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS: : | hours. {1.00 goods, to close at $1.20 I and |: UJ suit.

-r-. EI.BRI.i'. :-I ullered 1150. TICKETS 25 CEXTl 20 doz Men's French Neck Balbri r. pair. We carry the largest line of Boyi

.:' with. catarrh and tried differ- DEPOT. pan Undershirts at 20c, regular 25c We carry the largest line of Boys' Pants carried by any house In the
die* without elfect. After :
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goods. Hhoes of hou-e in PeU'acolll.c 1iI
.". bottle of your Cream Balm You houst. any of our LadlM and MUse ;
can get your 30 doz Men's French Neck Balbr fit
!?- Bring your boys to u we can I
i relief
and I
cannot praise the greet tested IIId furnished complete at Afar. gan Undershirts, at SOc, regular 4Jc, them in any size. drop-gtitched 2>c. hose, to close at .
: :.y such :t remedy I URIGSOL atoned CelilomuRemedy 20c. pair.
sold others at 50c.
MISS CUK.V WlLLARD. will cure ston $ Quina's on -. by We have just received a full line I lOu doz Mines' full "earnlen hose
,' : '7 I "Ir!I\I.I jou It also cures Liver Kidney and I easy payments All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts. We will to close at tic doz, or 4 pair for 2lc.75doz t

I 1 Bladder uric acid.diseases It never, caused fail by and an build excess up of weekly or monthly.There's close at 75 cents. close at oOc for yonr.choice.. Some I Men beamltM half hose,

the health and strer jth while using itseud lots of to be mad 72 Pair Ladies' Spring Heel Low of them are worth 11.50. regular lOc good, to cloi at 6c pair. I

stamp for book of wonderful For ule wrtificates. In real estate-lots money of it. A real es: Cut Slippers, 2>< to 7, regular $1 We carry a full line of Skirts. We hare ()n.t received a fall line
CASTORIAr Price. 11 per botUe. tin not goods, to close at70c pair. Look at our window display. r of Ladies'Kid Glove* in all shadtt.
druggist board
t
by dreepits. IJ your tate sign is usually a linger- <) ,
supply it will be sent prepaid opoai ,
you wealth. Thos. C. Watson &
Maats and Children.
Address
i receipt ol price. Co., the leading Real Estate firm; Remember, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we will have Room

1 The Kind You Have Always( BougH I Uricsol Chemical Co., Los AngelesCal! have some offers which it won!d ,
be worth your while to consider. G(
l or tuti them and don't wai:: F. E. BRHMNER'S
11r .:-s ts'f 61. and see to-day,
i Lamar & RankIn Drag Co., Atlanta, till to-morrow. ,

:;:lJor a Distributing Agents. rrn1; a1 eam Iterevee Right A..7 10 105 SOUTH PALAFOX 8TItEET.S5gt <}

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY. AUGUST 3D 1902

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'KELLY TOOK What are Humors ? Green Watson & Co. I IH Strongest t in t the I\'ollf\

They are vitiated or morbid fluids coursing

; the veins and affecting the tissues. HALLIDAY & CO'S OLD STAND. -
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COSTLY RISKDIDN'T They are commonly due to defective digestion ( The 41M Annual gut?,.. I t .
Eitered at the I'ost Omce at Pentacola.U. I but are sometimes Inherited. Kmling 1I 1.llf'r .11.. t'nI
..lecond-class matter. I I I II" ,
Z< T do they manifest themselves Tlu

Pllatox OFFICE street i-Pitfi npstairs.THE Building. llJi South i ibany forms of cutaneous eruption New Goods Arriving Each Day !III THE l f [EQUITABLE

OBEY ORDERS OF THE ; salt rheum or edema, pimples and boils, j :

; NEWS PUBLISHING CO. +! and in ;weakness languor, general debility.
MAYOR-COST HIM $10. !: How are they expelled By 1 1IJ

Terms: Invariably in Advance. -- : Hood's SarsaparillaI 50 Dozen Ladies' All Linen Handkerchiefs, J UH ASSURANCE! [ Htllll I

On Year by Mail _.._,_$ ou' I peiil SI 1 IIOeClal
Biz Month .. .., .. :2 5U Because Tom Kelly did not obey I also builds up the system that has Laundried and Unlaundried each...... .. Assets .
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Buffered from item. '.
Out Week.by Carrier Payable Monday lu .
i orders from Mayor Jones which I It Is the best medicine tor all humors. Reserve and -)1' i .'
TELEPHONE NO. 118. O 4-Inch All Bilk: Taffeta Ribbon, in all itiesSnrluafromwl I .
were given Thursday morning, it j |
... S I 1-; C bard i
1 y7 ;ya'' q, cost him f 10 this morning. PRONOUNCED U Shades, worth 25c, our prices...... .... .... oInch ( !1\ I
dends are .
paidPaldtoPollcy.li.
UNION 8Lt' Kelly had a boat hauled up on the ;- Liberty Ribbon New Shades Sac; yard. .

beach at the foot of Olivia street I ..|,|, rltIil. ,
THEIR VOWS AT THE I .... .. . ,
some time since and placed it in the 100 Dozen Child's and Misses' Hose; Full
I S eciii I 3 Seamless and Fast Black, Sold elsewhere 1 Iflc pair I New Insurance in ]le ;

>PEH8AOOLA> AUGUST 30,1902THE care of Wm. Kroll, while he went MOBILE CONVENT at 15c, our price .. .... ..... ..... ..... ... : Total Insurance u. f L

with a lighter to St. Andrews. I OR $1.00 DOZES.I I Dec. 31, 1001. ':

exciting games played by the B. S. Hudson built a schooner, and 1 Notwithstanding i .
Southern League are exceeded only cial strength of 11.1' >,, .' '
when it was ready for launching A most touching and impressiveceremony I! "
greater I _
by their lively daily row!!. I Special Values in Embroideries, lOc yard. security WK-
asked Kroll to have the boat moved took place at 6:30 a. m. j (r holder thereby 1'1.1 : \ '.
T THE coal barons read with are LOW and OL\H.\ ,

greatest as it was in the way. This he refused Aug. 2Sth in the chapel of the Con-Ii ter than ; (E .
satisfaction of the riots and attacks j See Show Window and Counter Display. I II I I given bY"1 i "
to do and a complaint was vent of Mercy, Mobile during which |
by the strikers in the coal re I II
gion. nude to the city authorities. The t five young ladies received the black'I I
I KXOWLESI : 111:0':
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'' result was Kelly and Kroll were veil and pronounced their vows at This Is your Opportunity to Supply Yourself with Embroideries: at .
EVEN the cows have the automo- 'I
Low Price.
both arrested. As the arrests were the hands of Rt. Rev. Bishop Allen, ; Very Phenomenally I (ioncrala vol.
bile fever-one ran away the other i !J309
day in Alabama and dashed a little made without warning they were assisted by Rev Father Joseph K. J., l+. Palafox St. 1'KX- -

i girl to death. given until 5 p. m. Thursday to take "I and Rev. D. A. Brady of Warring- i! GREEN WATSON -
& CO.I
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the obstruction from the street. ton. SANTA ROSA SURFBATHINCSTABLISW
i WHEN Dr. Gatling completes: his

, automobile plow, the life of a farmer The cases were continued from The following are the happy religious -1 i 1I I '
Telephone 193.
will be a* easy and luxurious as a yesterday and shortly after 4 p. m. ; who enjoyed this privilege:: : II I!I
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millionaire's.. they remarked to Ollicer Reed that Sister Mary Philomena McCorm-:I Fi-h chuwdor Wit.i! ', .
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A IT wouldn't be a bad idea to have tne boat would not be moved, in die ack. i Sunday evening. :
can :arran.'f i? i\ '
Tampa's new curfew ordinance include obedience of the mayor's orders. I :-,i"terarr: Fidelis Duvane.Siter ARE WE FIXING UP ? other refreshmeii'- -

the grown-ups also. The continuance ,, time during the w>-'k .
: Imelda Xn ,
Upon second thouht, however, it Mary ent
of the etiiaatioLS I termSee man uri i
daily
was decided to take the boat: out of Si-ter Mary Inez: Ricker. i sWELL, I SHOULD REMARK !- :; C 11.\-'. II i
down there ia growing; alarming.IK .
the way and this was done last :;i.terIary Estelle Fottrell. i!1 .\\ U ONLY .\ rilW DAYS

the report is true that the Rev. night. The Rt. Rev. Bishop Allen ad- TO I'lMMI. (i I OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTlE S
Sam Small collapsed from drunkenness .
This was acknowledged in the police dresseJ the newly profe-ed In a few a bit of it. The i in New York
at a political meeting wl.ere he I i TDEot big man buying good*, and

endeavored to speak, his Usefullnessus court this morning and the dl'I'! beautiful and well chosen word-, j the size of the bills coming in he: mu-t expect all the1! Firlf'.h.r., ti da\. ,
I I factories to close down shortly, and wr have to make preparation for their
a temperance evaugelist is over.IT'J fendaut's attorney asked that his j taking as his text the words our 'I,i reception Our fixings will be finished this L'itth! diy of Augur then WP N': \ -

curioti-j how anxious client be discharged; as the boat had I Lord poke to His apostles Unless .1 I begin selling out the stock on hand at prices that would startle you if I -
:! some were to mention them.CLOThING FINE STATIONERY
folks are to Hud out the brand of been moved. i| you become as little children jou

whiskey Kev. sam Mnall; indulged I The mayor held that the law had cannot enter the kingdom of Heav- I i;I! SHOES, HATS, UNDERWEAR; !

m before attempting to speak in.the not been complied with in not having en." He spoke of the obedience In fact everything pertaining to Men's Wear and all the be-t grades manufactured. C'. 1'. Thomp-mi \ .

interest of prohibition up m \ u-I the obstruction moved in the which religious must render to their You all know Jots Coleman handles the be..t of everything, Palafox -treet. tri-: )ju--
mont. I don't you? All you want to do i*:, stop in and we will tell you all about j 1 new supply of Iin ;, :
--- - time given and imposed the fine. Superiors,as obedience is the corner "' at I I I
I Paper*, white, blue wl ,:' ,
'fHL: endorsement of Wellington I :stone of the religious life, and ,-i JOE COLEMAN'S
< Envelopes to match < 1\1! '
combined with the great enthusiasmof A YOUNG LADY'S LIFE SAVED.At I ,
I I j what grander model could they have I II alo: Foreign )1ail1'\ItI. '- a
the crowds that greet the president I 2ia: SOITH; 1'hH'OXTH t:1-T.
Panama, Colombia by Chamberlain's1i taken than Him whom they had ,velopes to match II.:'
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euuue'h to discourage him in
i Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea I j Penholder-, l lankb""l. I
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I chosen as their Christ Jesus '!
the attempt to get the nomination spouse: :
Remedy. I etc., always on hand.
ab.llu. woo is their fir-t beginuinj and F. B. BRUCE
------ 1 Dr. Chas. H. Utter :a prominent' I'hone231.
WALTON has the!1 'II their l.rt end ; now every work of a
county entered physician, of Panama. Colombia in

lists lor tile appointment oi the at- recent letter states: "Li-t Marc religionmu; =t be well done, no elf. cfor<- y

toruey-gentrai have to succeed.. W. J5. La- j: I had as a patient a young lady1x' j II i seeking in anythn., no looking; for t vdrythiD l i in t th e S pn1i ad AtAhti h c in See I I'm are nitur'-f'IP. | w" f

mar. Ttiey en i vtd on tneir teen years of age who had a"ry 1 humanatifacii"n or commendati ; --

standard tile name of Judge;; Daniel I bad attack of dysentery. Everyi >i. Kvsryboily has a rig' :

Campbell. I thing I prescribed for her proved metfectual Guns, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Bicycle andBicycle piece of this earth. B"
j How truly could the religionsay; fight for it. They mui
and she j
was
growing worse
; ; Sundries Edison
THE Veterans and Daughters oil 'TU I Phonograph and Music. chance to get it. a:<'i .
every hour. Her parents were sure come at last the blessed tiny I
the Confederacy: are Thos. C. Watson beginning preparations I she would die. She had become ?o For w bleb I bong bn\'e tigbed. i Hammond and Other Typewriter- Typewriter i c'upplios. All Kindof .
for i have some particu.; ni
a gluriou-s minion to beHeld Lock !
weak that she could not turn vr in 1 am ob'! dare 1 say tbe \\orj, ;! and Key Fitting. i''to offer just now. !
Tampa next November. We I I High-Grade Haulmerlf"5 Gun, Kept for Hpllt. Big Supply of Fresh Shells, ,
bl>d.'hat to do at this critical Jetus. I am Tby Uride. | all at Low Prices. you to come and r': -'
want to make this the best reunion i You will .' :
never repo ,!-
I moment was a study fur me, but I Not all the powers of eartb or hell '

tVd held_in u_the aute.: ____ I thought of Chamberlain's Colic Can tear me now from Thee 15 South Palafox Street. ; ,

"ALKEAin piaus are being laid by i Cholera and Durrt.ua Remedy and tan rob ID*of the right to call !' I : NOTICE TO CAS CONSUMES:;

:as a last re-ort -cribeJ it. The :
the politicians fur the campaign oi pre The mine eternally. _

two years hence," Gaya the DeFuuuk malt wonderful re-tilt was effected.I Tbi-cro1-*. tU* nnj the holyHi, EXCURSIONISTSARE TYPHOID I FEVER After July 31 the ullio ami
Bretze "particularly lor governor. I Within eight; hours she was feeling I The room= of the Petisacola (ids < '
I' habit tbat 1 wear 1 be at No. 2i and 27 East Hr >
much better in-ide of three
Ueo. W. Wtl-ou of the TUtle..Ulli'Hl ; days RETURNINGThe
Tell me to rage my thoughts to Heaven, I .GERMS. Garden street .
and Citizen, lien Moval of the '1 "UI' she w.'- upon her: fr.-t and at the end '-or. JhU.,Tboll art there. .. .. C. F, 'M I .,

pa Tribune V\ 11. Milton of Marian- of "week w a- IlllirtcIWE'll.: For I aitjtf )1. .,
-ale: ty all druj.'itand! medicine And oh! sweet in hr->'s lat hour, ITo I cannot rennin in the system after
and Dauuet ot Moulicello -
ua Maya
dealer-. thick that Oort's ".l1l'\'e done I II many Pen-acolt people who you have taken a dose of
are said to be active candidates ul- ', This weather makes tignusv ; :
I ve been obedient unto deathLike two week* left for various northern -
I ago h-
ready. grow. rOll can
fits I-:1t'rnall5on.:
OPERATIC ATTRACTIONSALL -- points are jut; beginning to
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STATK KAMI NOTI'.S, i Water ;Melon home and train '
NEXT WEEK come on every corning and Grass Shears from t t':,<
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and Cholera are easily associated. :, south arrives one or more tired Willis Hardware (''o' .
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Now that politic- have cooled, let Thi* dreaded and grave trouble of''! ,i __ -
traveller of Penacola. -- -
all get to work to give Florida the Few other operatic organization-; the bowels cau-es much uttering run the risk of having along ,

greatest fair ever held in the South. I hive ever had theucces that ha- I painful cramps, profuse sweating j Tickets for the trip expire on Sunday spell of Fever when you FRANK SECARt'S BATH HOUSE

ben attained by the "Uoston i I and intense thirst with vomiting I tiisht, and all who are holding; can make yourself abolutelysafe I -

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Several: counties in South Florida Ideal" This | purging and evacuation. Treat vlg- excursion tickets will have to start by taking a do-e or two Deep water sea bat.il/ '
wa: -
company organized ;
have made liberal appropriations. orou-ly with Perry Davi Painkiller .1 of linrATICTUA. It will day for white people '.n.I : "
I for home before or on .Sunday! cr compartment latli.Wit i : '
which
The others mu-t fall into line or eight years ago since i It H ellicier.t and safe. It is a standard cleanse your system of all :i''tendant. Neatest, bt c. I I '. -'
else will have to the
visitors to the fair will not know of time it has appeared in nearly every 1 remedy. Druggist :!!5 and Sue. !i they pay regular malarial poisons or TYPHOID bath house; in the cit;: ': '

their existence. city of over ten thousand inhabitants fare for the return trip. FEVER GERMS or any other cents. Fuss I',
:!fixjfoln't! RUJN.WM. '
old Cor. Cpvallos and Xic '
on this continent establi-hmg: an JOHNSON
The educational exhibit will be a enviable Whence came that sprightly step. .
: reputation everywhere.The I .A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.AAA1
marked feature. It is in the hands ; BOY SUFFERS faultier skin rich roy; complexion,
success of the Io-um Idfal' Price. 50
Cents
of Mi-s Cltm: j Per Bottle.
Hampton and the '
j smiling face' rihe looks goods, feels
school children of the :state will have Opera Company is due to the fact I HAVE YOU NOTICED \
!' I good. Here's here secret. Hhe ues For Sale lij .VII Hrui"t"
a day all to themselves: with a program that: it is an American organization, PAINFUL INJURY I Dr. King's New Life Pill?. Resultall -

including contents e-peciallyl the principle* being selected from I I II -- I organ* active, digestion good, no
for them. I ALL WERE SAVED. HERE
jour very be.-t American artist. The At headaches no chance for "blue*."
CeLtury yesterday forenoon, "For I
I sulfered such
Try them yourself. Only 2oc.;: at W. years untoldmisery
Several countiehave! made larger i!I members: of the chorus are handsome little Albert Jermgan; lu years of A. D'AIemberte's. I from Uronchitiv" writes J. ', -- --=--

appropriationfor their exnibits 'i and po-sess excellent voices age, *u3f red a very painful accident, H. Johnston, of IJroughton, Ui\. Do.u '. : w.
want a r.-
than last year. The railroad transport I which have had the be-t training Fine Madras for shirts and waist?, "that often I was unable to work '| for little !' .
in
resulting a compound fracture of 15 cent* yard.! money
all these exhibits to lake City possible to obtain. The Then when everything el-e failed 1 ; !Stephens: the jew I i. H W
are
operas his leg. i iI i iJernigan New Fall styles in Outings.WM. .
free of charge.; Thee two fact I I commodate
produced under excellent leadership JOHNSON & HKN. was wholly cured by Dr. King's! New you. -
alone, make !great anduccesful I I whose' father is dead and Discovery for Consumption. My wife

fair certain. I of experienced director, and I mother a widow, was standing near JEWELER sulfered intensely from Asthma, till I i All kinds of chair ld

--- ------ ---- i the ba.intmlnlgement under : a loar drive watching men at work. IN HIS I II it cured her and all our experience e rocking chairs at e.11 ru'' It
I goes to show it H the best .
LOOK PLEASANT, PLEASE. Croup ,
the careful guidance of well knownaud '
I I when one of the heavy pieces rolled 'I medicine in the world." A trial will\ # Quina's. Prices arc jI
Photographer C. C. Harlau, of I reputable buines men. This. I I NEW STAND' convince you it's unrivaled for I low.
out of the track: and the __
caught: boy'sleg _
Eaton, O., can do :so now. though for with Throat and Lung diea* -s. Guaranteed
. an exten-ive
years be couldn't because he sutlerfd repertoireof aiaiu-t another lojf. The little bottle.* Cos.and U grand and -tandard tles free at W. A. D'Al -rnbf rte's.
untold agony from the worst: form operas I i fellow was brought here yesterday I' I have moved my jewelry store to -- YOU'LL GET THE lAUGH

of Inditil'tion.11 physicians and sung in Kugli-h.; ma.!nifiepntlycostumed afternoon and is at the hospital for 120 South Palafox formerly occupied Don't drink anythinz '"<' CAFE ,,

medicines failed to help him till he and at prices with I The by Bass & Co., and am now froii th'u+ w' "
II i treatment. ambulance con.I II I DU MONDE COFFEE. You kll,1if'M /z Iftf-rs unIe- .- .' '
tried Electric Bitters which worked in the reach of. the masses, justifies veyed him from the train. I Ii Ii i better prepared than ever to give h of the rhr'+:t "
such wonders for him that he declares I great bargains in pure. All grocH.11 it. JA- "'
I the assertion that the Boston Ideal diamond: watche*, get the lI/ .t -
they are a godseud to suflerer- !i I KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS i; jewelry etc. Call and see me and COBY GROCERY CO., Ditributors. i; time. We kf ;

from dyspepsia and stomach Opera Company is the most successful let me convince Stationery styli .
troubles. Unrivaled; for dieaseof English on tour Pensacola: Lodge, No. 8, K. of P._ you.J. Jttf i glad to post >". ICue's
opera company -- -- -- !!
I I. HTEPHEXeJ.Is .
J the Stomach, Liver and Kidney Regular meeting Monday nUht
They build up and live new life to in America and it is with pride that :Sept. 1. at 8 o'clock. Work in thee Grass Shears that will cut Book StorLYOU'LL

the whol/> yteui. Try them. Only I the management presents It to th R lIIk of E-quire. A full attendance I Gulf Can'hang close, at the Willis Hard
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60c. Guaranteed by W. A. D'Alein- public. teats; for the opening opera requested. Members of si-ter; lodges on to popular favor? It i
: seems to be. Co's.At .
berte, druggist. I and transient brethren cordially in- ware : l TERESTW
"; ; rid Pasha: : Monday night are on vited! to attend. !1A! noticeable increa in sales of BE

II I Cleaning ladle's skirts and waists I sale at Coe's. H. A. LEE, C. C. i I Painkiller come from golf districts. AI- For the next I I ,.
-- I HENRY t Cost t 60 jays-fur-I!! in many of the H..k-
HOR= !
K.
LER. R. .
id one of OT specialties Star Laun i iI I Furniture g.1 s.j The reason for this is clear, as Perry nature at O. '!: herYou'il! *>>. .' I' t

dry. I if \X100 \"Taflt\ I II i. Davis Painkiller is the oldest. and M. Pryor's to make< room for new with tOt ctrl* i': W'
----- j The ben best > '
to PRYOR'S.: I phyjic-Chamberlain's remedy extant for .sprains stock. i book* are priuf-d-
The finest line of sterling silver Stomach and Liver Tablet. Easy to : strains, braises and soreness, all of I II easily read typif :
is ( which are of common Ball Hearing keen The kind '.t !" ,:t. '
goods and silver novelties to be take. Pleasant in eUec. For sale occurrence I cut-1 j
Foley's Honey and Tar' either in vigorous play or through to buy and rl:11.Coe's : -
found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to : by all drn22ists and medicine dealers accident. Everywhere the standard i, ting Lawn Mowers, at the :

please all. I cures folds, presents pneumonia i,I limment'and bairn. i. Willis Hardware Co's- Book Store"p. -






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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY. AUGUST 30.1902.

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Ci O'NEAL, President; F. C. HORTON. Cashier; }-GRAND-e. : (

,'J.'fOSHEE,Vice.Presldent. ; M. E. CLARK| Ass't Cashier. I rsowwwthwwwvi ;((



AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF Labor Day : ( //S


PENSACOLA, FLA. }


Designated Depository of the United States. 'if"

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Condensed Statement at the close of business Aug. 21, 1902. .PICNIC. \ ,

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RESOURCES.: LIABILITIES. ..,

jj i i.. -vable $330,403.19: Capital Stock $200.ooo.ooa -sasasasas i 52525ES2SPSS .,0'
; 1 Loans... V. j2j4 Surplus 10,000.00 -ATMagnolia- -
L'- !IT.1ft-... 169Undivided 10,24294 ----------- ----- ------- -- -- ----

f 0 Iii.: 1). ids and Premium.... ............ 187,171.87 Circulation! ..... ....... ...... .... .... .... lnO.00000' I. -GREAT. .
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., --ecurites, 2,625.00 Deposits 2590,46371
;;'k', and Fixtures.... ...... .... ...... 6.718.4S Bluff
'tire
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JJR. ramp: fe$84s. ,
( .AJExc: h ane.--: 1.:'}:,""U..0 I Embroidery Special <


$710,706 63 $710,706.63 Masi t. i I R ; I I

4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. f, v ...MONDAY !I... I Ii

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- I I DEMONSTRATION OF

B. H. FAIRCHILD, I IBANKRUPTCyi GIVEN BY ANOTHER
BITTEN BYVICIOUS PETITION IN 20th Century Retailing. '

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arne> u s T E n.33 n.:

38 EAST ROMANA STREET. Local Assembly Direct from manufacturer to COIJ'ulU'r"pot ta*' ::;
DOG transaction which not only saves you the middleman s i
ft .< N.t and Refinishing Furniture i a I profit, but the extra discount as well. Positively the ..a I

Specialtf.r -- greatest values it has been our pleasure to l'rt''t'lIEf(
I No. 1565, Every yard worth twice the price aked ;::\

lionoIOC.. I CAPT. CARD'S DAUCHTER SERIOUSLY FILED WITH CLERK OF FEDERAL I See Show Windows. ;

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HURT. I COURT YESTERDAY.Kcarritt \\Vhite { of Labor I
II KnIghts ft--"o
R. K. WHITE, I 2,00U Yards Cambric and ;H70H; Yard SwuNun
Mjokuid: Cunbri !: III--!
tjwiEmbroideries and
Jeweleiait broidene* and L n-'r; -
it I I h, "?tier Manufacturing .
Katie, the eldest daughter of Capt. M. Moreno, through his --- - Inserting: worth lOc, ing-.po-itively the. r
firailuate Optician, I t'"t"illul' !L.1V" .
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: T. S. Caro, passed a night; of great attorneys, I'.louut & Blount, filed inI, THE COMMITTEE ..
I shown, normMonday 15 al1l1 ::" :
. "* r.!Ufot ..t., Pen.ro1.,11. unrest la"t night from the effects ofa the olllce of the clerk of the United Monday 5c yard .

- "Y.YN r. I wound on her thigh made by the States court, yesterday, a petition 0!i I OF ARRANGEMENTSGuarantees lOc yard :

f trig; of a vicious dog Monday for relief from his creditors under to the Public of Pena F
t New Fall Percales.
morning on Spring: treet. The childi the bankruptcy act. The petition i is : cola and Escambn County a List New English Percales, JiI t

NEWS NOTES j : not yet out of danger. a voluntary one and the liabilities !I I of Enjoyable Sports never Picnic before One Solid Case lea Inland A :-\.-lid t".<,. Fill St! .:-
Equaled: at any ..
1'ercale*, Stripes and Jj ,, "I -
stripeand
Monday, while Katie was walkingon 1 are placed at U15itilI*; the assetsat the with 1
in City
:} Figure, worth 12'',, worth I ItrMonday
/- :Spring: street near Garden *he. H1Ha.iO.: Part of the latter is Suitable; Pries to :
-- I I 12 l.c y'd I
lOc
Monday
;I;..-t,'II Shue;! ::;IOft:'s !'tock started to pasthe dog. The animal claimed as exempt.Mr. i The Lucky Contestant. yard

i buy.Hook. was btiu-lcd by a boy, and had a Moreno i-? a timber and lum- I

.\- the new advertise- strong chain attached: to it. ber merchant and has ollices on East; ....FIFTEEN DOZEN $3.00 SAMPLE HATS !LLATEST :: t
A RECATTA
store. little not thinking of Government s-tieet. It had been I -: -
: ''e Forbes The girl was : Part! STYLES: lit j

o When rumored for time that he was 1. Open to all flat bottom boat in
but near some
J.hnouou's* big; store danger, parsed on. I
tlll
the bay of Pensacola. prize silver $1.50-Special Monday $1.50
.:-.tractive bargains; fur next the do,,', it suddenly jumped on her embarrassed and the fact that the I .. '

11 and only for the fact that she wore bankrupt act would be reported: to I cup. t
I 2. Round bottom boats race open VISIT OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENTFor ...
I\feyerShoe Co. have an at extra skirts would have almost was: acknowledged a week ago by : to all. Prize, silver cup, to be sailed .

:. advertisement in this issue. taken the flesh out. by one of his attorneys Necessary i for under the rules of the Pensacola\ I New Up-to-the-Minute Fall Walking Hat-: f

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The nude the child blanks and instructions were received Yacht Club.Commodore -
harp pain ---------- -- -

\ v.'i-tl; will serve chicken back to her mother, who cauterized from the referee in bankruptcyabout : Ward appointed a-:
hurry judges: J. H. Proter, Jno. G. Wel-h, i.
and spaghetti: ate FUOES.UVUv
: 'tnnbo the wound the best she knew ten days ago, but the schedulewas G. Math isen.Tiwe I I W. J. &
< restaurant tonight. II -keepers-D. J. HaveGeo. .
how and it was healing finely until not completed and filed until in Morgan.. ,
of the Li .
b. a meeting 0I
last night when it prevented her the early afternoon of yesterday. I Measurer*-J. T. ChritophersenH. '
,'i .n at <> o'clock Tues I B. Flynn. J.JJIIlIlIIlII.uIUUil"
\ full attendance oted. from sleeping. Dr. Renshaw was l.y virtue of the law covering such The indications point to a large I! .LIV'Ir\ v y \.x) ii I 'f' !

,..- consulted and he treated the wound cases, the petition will now be referred -II number ot entrances for the regatta, !
who are respectfully requested tc I
further, and does not think there is to Referee Nichols adjudi-
-:,'rafternoon! : make entry and be at Palafox wharf '
for l between b a, in. auc If You Buy Them at the Boston rIJ.I'tnrt. 'I bey are Good
d: load of negroe- I I yet any more danger if directions ca tion. It is one of the largest and mea-uremeut
12 noon uuda)'. Mr. John (J. Welhretary :
"',e 1'&A. di- are properly followed. important l'ftitiontiled for many >!:'(- Pensacola Yacht Club,
> ,-tat midnight. !I I Shoe Sale of the Season !
furni-h
0. The dog wa the property of Clias. mouths here. will receive the entries and i Biggest
!I any information in relation to UK i
xcursion ofF I It !i. stated on good authority that I II .
living c.n Spring street > yacht race ... .
Lanjrford XO OLD SECOND HAND 'lOCK IX THIS \1.1-:
: ;..:..rpm-e' at :2::*() Boats entering; will be menureii: i
-: w ifftrnoou. :Maua- :, and U said to be a very vicious ani the recent embarrassment of Blurs, I, at the ramie time. ALL CLEAN, XEfo'HEo'H' GOOIK-I'KICES XII ICH. CIT TO TIKLOWEST

Dunwody & Co. is largely; re-poni-
Mr. had it presented
mal. Langford
i ill who attend a Here are some prices:
I to him by Capt. George Nunez, of ble for the paper; as filed yesterday.Soon I AN EXCITING TUB RACE.First Lidies' Oxford. in Ideal Kid, Patent Leather and Vicl Kid all our .
I new this year's styles and sold for fi, during this -.il-. $:!.tu.
medal. Two other
: after this firm had seen fit to prize gold
\ i-' t car rolled from the navy yard. The presentation. suitable All our Ladie Oxfords and Vol"nlJloI! in 1I.\l'al1\II1 and Patent Leatto r

,W'ct I into a big ditch I was made, it is alleged, because the take the act, rumors spread that the I The umalli..t prize of hud port,, with I und Vici Kid. which sold all #a-on at f2.&), at ihi. .alp! for tl 7:..
suitable! prizewill be another grand Our Ladies' $1 Oxfords in all :shape*, Patent Leither: Up, stork tip,
\ :10: :weeu Garden and commandant ordered it moved from petitioner of yesterday was badly I
H.
I features of the amusement of the I heavy and light sole*, now $1
after i alfected by the act of the firm. the 'f' are ofl. rin CI.HIH
:- yesterday the point because of it* viciiuu and I day. Thee: are only a few of many "l'f'ci1 price (
\ -i I..pulled it back: on The petitioner gives in his a*sets Excitin? game of baseball. and be convinced that the b --t place to buy 11I IH'Ilol" footwear for thi-

dangerous: nature. Mr. Langford an item of real estate valued at $2 j.- Tug-of-War, 12 single; men v12 I 1 I, least money i i.* at/, __ _

keep it on his premi-.es all the time, H, which includes the saw mill situated I married men.Hammer I II

li-tnbution at the Laboi i and rarely allows it to be on the on Barcelona wharf. I throwing. I
-ucce".ful competitor' High jump. I II Shoe Store
---
-- Boston
:. display this morning iu I street unless chained and led by I I Broad jump. !I II
.
fall
White PlquelVai.t* styles Men's foot race. !
of Peter Linden I member of the family. I
> window some WM. JOHNSON: & SON.: Boys'; fiot race.
-welry store. It is a !i It is against the law to allow any t :Shoe mixing contest. I VTIIAX C. I'OH'IIIIIII:, Prupri..tur.

follectiou.'re- of people and tins was morn ad vicious animal to roam about the THE WEATHER I I Sack race.Threelegged. race. Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street. ,

street*. The fact that this child was I Girls font race, 5 to 11 year-
; Girls foot race b to Iti years.; I 1
bitten was: reported to the city the ball, h to 12 FALL TERM.The I
i I" ., deals ill everything in I Throwing yeir Hotel Camden
authorities, and the matter is being TO-DAY
and athletic ofIt'ux' KumesCollege
-porting o DANCING. fall term ? !

I i- I'riceare as low uind -; inve.-tigated. -- ; school of Shorthand Typewriting Ii CIiiCN, ti.111.tI1 '
;
anywhere. He alu I Jig i dancing and round dancing. i and Literature will open
Local ForecastFair tonu-'it Sbow..n"IIIHlay
w : iters and typewriter !sup I Cure for Cholera Infantum. tr..tti east to houtbcastTemperature Prizes for the best looking lady Sept. 1st DIY and Night :5e."iou. Is Now Open to the Public,
".t(1-. etc.. and does al : "Last Mayays Mrs. Curtis : and gentleman on the ground II This institutiouwasesttblihedon I

; ,urill See his new ad j I Baker of I'.ookwalter, Ohio "an infant Bet looking;; baby, not over six I Sept.: 2d: 1M(5. and will "soon; enter I II iut'1' the nlan"tg'In,'tit -,f
in Last 24 Hours years, on the grounds.A .
this i-ue. child of our neighbor's was: suffering the eighth year of its exigence.
: in Maximum: *dcitreeiMiDiiuum I : upon 11
r this : When it is abo.whiky from cholera lufantum. TheI ,.. 71 degree! FINE TOMBOLA, I There are hundred: of young men MRS. S. MIMS
I doctor had given up all hopes of re- and women in thi* city andur- ,
or brandy foi : stocked with fancy and costly prize.
'n-e. wi-h, you C11I.itCapt.JacobKrYeer' : covery. I took a bottle of ChamberIain's IMPORTANT NOTICE TO Refreshments; under the management rounding country, who attribute I .if PeiiacolFlori la.

you : Colic, Cholera and DmrhoM of L. A. 15f;;i, in charge of Mr. their success (ht life to having takena
i : 1! Remedy to the house tellius them WATER CONSUMERSWhile I toe Febro, will be served at city course in this school. It qualifies RATES J KI-ASONAULI, ;
U uen it is comforta- i that I felt sire it would do good ifll..d : prices.
-w.-et bed or a rood: din f 1 according to dir..ctwnIII two the water pressure I; low one for bu-me- By tile Day, Week "r :Muntb. i
the child had fully re ANDCIVIC I I A handsomely, illu-trated catalogueis
Jacob LABOR
.jet it at Capi. i days'time: ALL
drain Table Furni-ht-d witl tb' H.t thi
to ,
co"pred. and i.* now (nearly' a year tomorrow morning owing is in cour-e of publication p.
';' n-'iants Hotel.willbeclosed :Market AtTords.
since) a vigorous healthy girl. I ingtand pipe, as requested: by thepecial ORGANIZATIONS which will be i*-ued about Sept. 1st, ti i

on Mina I have recommended 1 this remedy known' fre- committee of the city coun. I lidL'! Send for copy. Address O. Public Patronage Solicited.
it to -
I queutlyandhave never and General Public are Respectfully f
holid:1Yunday :\1 Principal lot. South Pala-
0"- j eux.
b-erved at the post I fall in any single in-tacce.1 For cil. patrons requested when theY I Requested to Participate.TICKETS :l'7alw Free Sample It'....mSunday -, i!,
"> ;'s sale by all lIru:;gist- and medicine I I fox street.
the bay will' turn on faucet and get no water U' .
al work in I dealers. .. ll ,teMad- t. Tlav..lmg
!.I1.lr) the d IV. The may I ----- -- --- hut it otf airaiu immediately, a* the M'-u. ..
1 treet Superintendent j China Matting", 12'.cent40-yard' ; with can be procured at the Union Depot Thos. C. Watson & Co.,
'- morning that the pieces for HRemnants. pressure, coining on suddenly I I the leading Real E-tate Agents take

',.. not plued: at work a of Japanese Mattmir. 15 i iI open faucet may cause damage IB I' Ticket e. all the worry oil the shoulders of the 0 0o VIRGINIA COLLECE
from Union I
watch was: greatly en- I cent yard. l' Transportation i
,. I I,1.. JOHN-ON & SON I some of the house Depot and Admission; to the Sac owners of property, manage the I Knr VOtNi \IMKt, lUiarmkc. Vap ,
f nthful: employes.kriji.irtlli I o, Grounds .. .... ... . . renting of their houses and the collection "n. -tt I Il'r.;, ",.. fit tb- lScbools .... ,.;( i
Children, :5c. fur V>ui L.d.s in tin Ii 'UIII
i
.. >
builds up a II I- I' of their rent as concieutiouely Nf,. I,ulldinifj.aixio n."'t x..UI"n"'lIt. i
I leave Union hour Campus tn .i r.-, ffH.l moout.lo.crurryIu'.alleyota. ]
It begin; -: Trains depot every as they would themselves.
w.ytt'm.
.. .
t : at ion the blood. Ii I from 1 till midnight. i i I j Their charge are very rfa=onable. rtr-.ar. and Aiuirrkii lurnxt t..", I,Inlnmib."'. t-nil yours Ku- j
i Persons coming by boat or other l''onerratnn.dcutar... :n Art, Mn-tu-and.
i Grand Auction Sale conveyances; will be admittedat Kloci.tmn.ti.ai'ii: !.- tniiii u.rl) "Ul'-.. ?
sen and Oyster gum- 25c to the grounds.MUSIC tot Calalolu..addr. r
this MAILS: f HAKl.trt. ITm4-ot.
I I Many persons in communityare .
.td spaghetti at J\'ick BY THE sutferiugfrom kidney complaint ,{ .*.. .!!.. l III

'i''es; to-night. I 0-\1'-0 who could avoid fatal results by us-
COCIln'1' DANCE I'
BAND.
PENSACOLA CONCERT
ling Foley's Kidney Cure. W. A.
.
-- MAGNLIA f.Lt'FF ills it .Dal' isNN411T.
I Streets of
IMPORTANT NOTICETO Southeast Corner of Palafox and Intendencia I The Management reserve the right D'Alemberte. S. Palafix. T"AIAT h. b.*> AND t,
of refunding the money and refusing -
$5,000 Worth of ; admission to objectional parties. I 9. (..-\.T TRAIN UETt'l'.XiS AT
and
watches t
WATER CONSUMERS I will repair your II .
: ) TICKET 20 CEMri, AT
J. 1
jewelry in flrst-claaa style.

: Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Men's Furnishings,,. ; COMMITTEE OF ARRANCEMENT : Stephens. DEPOT.

water pre-sure i* low TU II mattre: *-ea f<-r themce
!
W Tiling owing to drain- I Beginning Honday Sept. 1st, 1902 W. P. H. THAR. Crab nets and Ashing I HP HOU fov..rJij here.

.J One Month. ; R. A. CRFDILLE, I I UU UliU O M. PryorSave .
i. pipe requested by I and Continuing I JOE FEBRO. tackle to suit everybody, at

.t.: 'committee* are requested ot the when city'on i :NOTHING TO BE RESERVED-ALL MUST GO. TORE IS Chairman Sporting Committee: I the Willis Hardware Co's. I iOdelfyour! buying

I RENTED FOR ONE MONTH ONLY. ARTHUR McCONNELL \
furniture -
faucet and
:i get no water I
I i Chairman Refreshment Committee: I cA.sTon.iA. at Mars ton ) (juina'sGreat
tagiiu; immediately a!
MCMILLAN Ir Nai4 83 '1
: En2p :
FEBRO.
c. JOE Bears tit
N.
cooling on suddenly, I Furniture Empo-
: Chairman Gate Committee: tn.tun- a:;;Y 411'4 -# I
aucet. may caae damage .I south Palafuootn't't.. I ALBERT POURTLE3. rium. # i
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY AUGUST 30, 1902

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STEAMSHIPS. NICARAGUA INCURSCOLOMBIA'S I MARITIME CHARGES BEE,1
- : RUN DOWN. (

!fV> >i i4.i4.t cc 1(
When a phrase is coined out of world PORT OF PENSACOLA

{1AN OCEAN TRIP ANGER wide brief human and expressive.experience We it is are apt "run-to be |I I "on Lager."

( !? down" we say in the endeavor to de-
I To NLW YORK, BOSTON Latter Will Demand Certain scribe a relaxed I TOWAGE TAKiF-Free, or Beer
t A.D ALL physical condition -f I stored

l EASTERN RESORTS ) I Explanations and all the contracted for. vessels: ; and

i I terminology of I Round towage fin and out and twoi maturingtill
r l Wa t '.. .'medicine could /
Tl.e )4. iUl CLASH OF ARMS MAY RESULT not more expressively harbor more), 25c. per ton. This mellowedand

de- : rate applies whether 5els tows or
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:> OCE :'i5TBA.HIPCU.PAY Colombia Will Demand of Nicaragua '< scribe the actual
Ll+\'Rt.E- IK *" condition than not. ripened
;j 5O Hours Of Ocean Breezes Explanation In Regard to Her Al
i that"t'ry day Vessels not free, or contracted for: wholesomeness
i 't t Sailings each WeeK I'I legcd Participation In Colomubian !1 phrase. It suggests into is "on
3 Ga.l the clock Inward Ballast, lOco per ton ;
I 'I from Savannah. Revolution. mechanically lager." All Anheuser
I =Busch
prfect harbor
in
I''t. loaded, loc. per ton; moving;
1 e ,h \I ,.I I "'or I't Washington, Aug. .'.Colombia wil! i but failing
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.. I'I, \.' .IlnM1r'I, r \I I to record thepassage 3c. per toa. beers are thus "lagered"
!,. 't 0(1', ,' I \ j" '.", I formally demand Nicaragua an ex | until
1'1'1. i of time
, V. '"'' .' .1 I IM1 r.1a I'r plauation in regard to the latter coup I is | City, to and from Quarantine, 4c.
,. ,1 because it rundown for
'( roll Rhea VA1IOMS AOVKTIIIN3Arptv 7 try's alleged participation of that gOt'rnffit'nt \' 'per ton ; to and from White Point, perfect use.
.. ... in the Colombian: revolution who
:J .n. ('C TO \I People
/1 h \I naa.r'. w'vaw'R kl.l'n..r"h. IUGKNKU.U. I and back her demanduta tht have that tired 4c. per ton.Schooners.
,.... up Anheuser.Busch
N Nal 'r Id." I'I BrewingAss'n
:1't Narr//a..t ,.. I Ord t.' ,'. !afro nr.It& most formidable land and naval font out run down : Round-Light, or I
f"f I feeling will find
'tt ; she can muster, as soon as the present' loaded loaded ,
new life in the one way, lie. per ton ; I St. Louis, U S. A.
,l' ------ --- rebel activity on the Isthmus has been: use of IloctorPierce'sGolden both ways, 2Uc. tOD.tSteaml'rIuving Srrbrn ef tf-, famous Budwelser. Michelob. Black ( Tan, Faust,

: niKM'H' : hcHKIl"I.K crushed. 'j'I I Medical Discovery. This per I Pale-Lader, Anheuser-Sundard Export Pale and t :qii.site.IUMIEIV .

J Information to this effect was rerelied great medicine is far more than a tonic.It ill harbor. 20; EIMJKOS.: hulpsaie Henkr'I'uamla, fL.

'ollwih; ithe schedule of the from an authoritative souro I cures diseases of the organs of diges- each tug employed ; assisting; over -
government steamer General Freucf in Warhicgton: today : tion and nutrition, and enables the per. Foley's Kidney Cure will cure! alii, Rubber hoC -
assimilation of food of bar flOG each tug employed.HTEVEHOKIXU at/ '\" al
which TilE NEws plant for the The above feet digestion and disease ari-into from di-onlered '
benefit t.f tae uierchuuts! : who! -hip intelligence causes considerable which alone all physical strength is made. CHARE:;; Di-- I kidnev or bladder.-W. A. D'Aleiutile ifiles{ lldrau'tirt ( rn.
their goods to the \arious army surprise in diplomatic cir "The reason I delayed wntinif was t POt,; : des for but a few weeks ago it wa? wanted to walt ran trot after I had lalenthe 'i charging Ballast3c.;: ; guano, kai I I I Knotr0n<. Vw ,? .". I,
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mwlicitif before going statement and
< .. .. announced that Mr. my f 'rao olJttlJ"ttsc"..i iI.t ". _
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Leaves PfnsscolaL 7:00 a. m. Concha the C now I ian send .t Io.ul con.. icnliouKstimon- [ ult salt, etc., 403. ; same in bags, ;JOe ; ::10
Leaves 1arraucas. ... t.:ill a, m. louibian minister, fat," a nuMr: Cha.. II StrReaut. of I'lain City. I i Pocket and
and cufieri/ sdsYou
.Mr. Corea th( \ .. .
.... .. ... will i
.avt- 1'irlten- *.1' a. m. MadiMin Co Ohio "During. the summer and 23c.; 11. R. rails, 35c.Load-: .tvipri'it J 1ft
1..avt'8 I.rrlllh n, ...... a:I5a. 111.Lta.8 Nicaraguan; minister. had established fall of 111)6 I became all run-tlo n.nerves' were pyrites. ; : sors from the finest to sister gardens Y ti; 1.,, I: ,
lt-nstcoin .. .. lul.;; and stomach of order I wrote the\I\ .' :
u. m. out of order out Timber, Wj. uOcu. ft. lumber ,
an entente : owugruuud. \"ur/-h.
cordiale between jug
their per ; i i ,
Arrives li.irrrtiics, lliu a. m. nod the? I j 1 t.) I>r. Pierce for advice He sai.l I had general cheapest. at the Willis ..:r
mares a trip to Fort McRan and then re- respective governments; that bygones ] debility, and adn ed D r. Ilerce's Golden Jlcd- 70 to Ms. 1,0 per ;
tarts to llnrruncas. teal I>iV-ov-er). and thank> to you for your adnee. Hardware Co. though he t..It k
lftvs HfiiTHiH'ai .. .. .... l.ls p. m, were to be regarded as bygones, an ) : I used six bottles and since I stopped taking may W.' ,
timber, on deck, j.) to 5>oc. per cu. ft. ;; tfvery woman want- .,
Lt'll\"tII'I'kl'lI' .. ... .. liap. Ill that the time was ripe for an understanding it about one ear ago I have not taken any
LIVnitcohi ... .... 4::QI p. III.L..aVt medicine of any kind and have lIoc able to I own, and if f>rte will !ia\', ,, s a ..
-3I'u'k..n, ... ..... 5:15 p. nlI It is now learned: that the U Arrives Hirraucns 5::)1 p. in. and make! initial movement toward the establish I three square meals a day and! I do not feel that mBw..a-U\: Co.. :
f trip [0 McUf nod return. i turmn,; ill the stomach after eatmjr.Mv I'I'ml.uM" $1.00 per 1,100 bu. ; sacking gram, per I The undersigned take-this method leading Real Estate A -' : ,,
merit of an amicable understanding! j blood and in good shape, ana,
nerves are .
,i Ou Wednesdays and :Siturdiy the between 1 i well-in fact. I think" am in pretty good running bu., ?1.tc. ; suck hire, 3e. ; stowing )f :Dflerin her !service* as a can show her how < i-\. ". t ?:
':1 boat wiil leave IJirnincas via Pick. Nicaragua and Colombia waj i| order"Dr. I fir5t-alas licensed midwife. having one.
eus for Peii: acola at t 6-Hi; :\ p. m. I made by :\1 r. Corea who also proved I p Pierce's Pleasant Pellets keep the I sack grain, 3)c. ; cotton, screwed I had 35 years experience.- I

( The Oeneral French is for army i to Mr. Coiulia an adjustment of the bowels active and healthy. :13'jc.: per bale: loose, hand stowed, .I Can give beet of references from I Buy a new garden 1llS
; purposes only and any tutider niU't difficulties which bare 'I I I of
so long been leading physicians this
!I have a pa-s from the quartermaster: pending over Colombia's claim to theownership I :2Uc. pet bale ; round bale, loc. bale ; i iI j.i MRS. : J. GIDDEX city. !I from the Willis{ 11 aril v're!

-o take paa;.:e o i her. of a strip of what I claimed ; SECOND ELECTION REQUIRED. I oil cake, ;Wc. ; phosphate rock, 3uc. i Jill Iii South Deb filters Ft. I Company.rcriETHING.POWOERSn .

by Nicaragua. to be part of her I and 5c. extra for leveling;] staves !'!

STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE roast line. Minister Concha declined I Three Office!. Not Settled In Primary and general cargoes oOc. ; cottonseed :!

to accede to the latter proposition! In Alabama. R. MOFFETT'S Cures Cholfa
declaring that a claim) which Colom- I Birmingham. Ala., Aug. 29.-Official meal, bones, bran, flour, grain, | Diarrhoca.bvientin.w IlfalliI

Between I'etisat-ola; ami Milinn-lloal b.a had brought forward for so many'. II I' counts were held yesterday in all oJ sugar, 'and like general cargoes/ in i I s the Bond trtuhlnol

HUll laily F\::: -eit Suiulny. years could not be adjusted, or in fact j I' the counties of Alabama of the various gy., V11LLMf Children ofAnylt,
bags, Sue. ; rosin, 3uc. ; pig iron,
"CITY OF TAMPA." brought to any material de-l: I state offices and fur the legislature. )[ Aids Digestion, iciJwi

I gree toward adjustment by the methods .1; The returns so far received indicate dumped, 2:>c. ; trimrred and stowed, AS A cps' the Bov $tnngtca

Lv ArPtnsarola.am Milton .;: t ant J.vt'cn-iieola.l.arpm. = suggested by the Nacaragnan ruin : that thE're111 be no surprises 40c. ; tobacco, fi2'.c.. per hhd. t r Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, the Child and Main
; TEETHING
Ar .Villon 't.iKjpm ? EAS1mU
.' rt'J.tI' : KounJ tnpli 1. ister. Hottettr.. Concha was en- I and that Jelks' and Cunningham's maJority Bunker coals may be had, trimmed "pUr Si rmU to C. J. MOFFETT, M. Dn ST. LOUIS M'J
tir-ly wllliri to join Mr. Corea in th-. will be just about 20.000 and I (WFJCE or D. II. lltHi'TSHi-reUrjr'>(SuA< ->Ti\. Ti
that Heflin under chutes or at R. R. wharves, harrfalnd Dr. )Glnrtt' TEETIlx.ta.I'| -ndul remrlyuldatd/ la' i '
aid!
establishment Julian and ,
Cory lull
ot an entente cordiale. |j t'r w.a alrt' in 1i.il, evtrrr su rdmi; Af carnal us lint w< wi-ulliD> ,I I'
. PRESIDENT'S ITINERARY. Shortly after :Minister Corea's ar-/Garber and Wilson will have to run fcrS-JOOper short ton ; alongside in TKLT1IINA, ,u d 1a.ar ut DI. ah ariiu it to biro a ,
that day > L' rrJhrat I larl tttr ly k> |>- it at *l )it- m '
rival in Nicaragua where he went: I I over the races for nomination for serI stress, 25c. extra ; trimmed in pL! a ureinJoli 1U pruaee U sit n. tttrfa vf< uu,;eL Jrtfn. 1 lout it I. u.a-. 4
lerarlrapa. -d.
He Visits The Fells and Great Austin some weeks ago on a leave of absence I I retary of state, superintendent of elucation I I 11K.

Corbin Park. the Colombian officials here it is slat: I' and attorney general, although stream, Sue. extra. I

Newlmry. N. II., ."u;, .'9.--A pro I el. received information to the effert'tint : ': there is still a chanff that Heflin may PORT CUARI,ES-Wharfage, sail,J I

I Brain intended to give President; goose I arms and ammunition for the Coi!: i get enough votes to land him. These }I 3-10 of lc., steam, J c. per ton pHI & '

vfl! a period of test and i-lcature' aft lombian rebels on the isthmus were, i' second primaries will be held on Sept- \ Turn the/the

..i nearly a week of hard work ia l! being shipped from Conr.to. i i 15 and judging by the recent contest I day, Sundays and holidays excepted ; 1 sipiz!

ti'dvriiig the New Engand! states an'l I The Colombian! legation here has'. 'the vote in them will be exceedingly! 1 harbor fees, lc. per ton ; !::c. per tonI I and secure the most delicious tf1a't

4ivenns a large number of speeches been receiving of i i 'hsht.L. for
: : reports this iharac- steamers calling for bunkers ; ; of
was b rore the chief executive todiy. I ter continually and in \'Ieof the arrangement I / beer yet produced In America
quarantine, none. I
*1* passed the night at The Fells! effected with the Xica'a- I A Necessary Precaution- I II

the Biimtiifr home of Secretary ot I' guan minister before he left Washington tDon't I neglect a cold. It is worse I PiUTAiE TARIFFS-Per foot of I ill Ik drinks besfahodrinksPMA'l :

State Hay aad"a.< not due to leave Senor Concha lost no time in than: 1 unpleasant. It is dangerous. draft, up to and including feet ofi i t '" ,, ,,

there. until 1" o'clock toja)'. Then re calling Mr. Corea's attention to tin :< ]By using One Minute Cough Cure draft six feet, |2; nine feet, *:<; :' '- ,:.J Pabst Boer brewed from n speciallxprrp.fi."- !,
v.as going only to Newport, N H., lO matter.: The latter official replied i I malt molted in
you can cure it at once. Allays in- thirteen and a half feet nineteen ncfbrclance with the b *st Crrr i., ) na - '
mtnutes'rih: by train frog Newbury, that President Z.ara,0111,1/ i1 ; +i I ods. Our j
immediately ]rumination, clears the head, soothes :,,1J: liops arc the best that money can I'rltUI'
to spend the reft of the day and th institute an investigation M and a half feet, $5; twenty feet andover ...., ,

night in the grf'.t.t park owned by the ascertain: if the reports were well 1 i I j and brane.strengthens Cares the mucous memo i i $ti. Each harbor movement, I v-F:l'' PABST BREWING: CO.,
llitpu: tin! Corbin, of New York. The founded A short time ago however J coughcroup, throat
j i ?3; city to quarantine or vice versa,
and
lung troubles. Absolutely safe. I
vinit to tins park foremost among tbnsame more Tl'rorts'T(' received in Washj'inifton i I

presences of the country, was to the effect that Nicaragua: Acts immediately Children like it. .UlO I ; steamers calling for bunkers -ALSO-:

anticipated by the presidtnt with much i still continued her material support Hargis' Pharmacy, John Sheppard, 'j pay in and out, $2.-5 per foot of''II

pleasure He will spend the nigM of the revolutionists on the isthmus ,, !Sidney Kahn (I draft. FINE WINES LIQUORS ETC

at the clubhouse in the paik and now Colombia It I is stated finds, --- -- --- -- -- -- --- -. ,
her patience: exhausted and has d* t'rnh Kallne JIODI.t>,-A. I FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE.

Train Runs Into Fallen Tree. I riled to prefer a formal demand Wan '_ i IVoplt" arc MI much in the habit of I Will cure Uri ht's Disea-e.
thinking; that mt>nkt'\s. are found only I S. A. FRIEDMAN
Will
Jackson Mis.s, Aug. 2'J -A wet. adjustment. I i cure Diabete ,
sound passenger train on the QIIp'1and in forests taut it comes its' a surpriseto Will cure Stone in Bladder, I
i learn of one that bears the name of i iI | Will cure Kidney and BladdfrDieaes. ,
C..fit."Dt crashed into a tree which I I His Sight Threatened. j r o BOX lift, TEI.I-a'IHI\t: 1:8
I tbe crab eatin macaque It Is fOUl.dtlrou.b .-W. A. D'Alernberte, 121rt. '
had bei-n blown across the track Ji '-"
'hile picnicking Ian
I month my liunua Siaia andIalay !' Palafox.
miles west of Jac k "n. Fireman 11-year-old] boy wa poisoned by laud living among; the trees that line

Brunstou. a n"- J'o.as killed. Hnj 1 j II Mime weed or plant" !say W. H. J, the tidal creeks.! The chief f find of 3 A NrflfRA. L Vi ICE
glneer John Jones was fatally butt ] ; tliP.aiiimaU he most heaiintrselv+eln tH- worM AND WDI
and ;Dibble of Sioux City, Ia. "He rubbed ('Dn.j.t" of sleds Insects II IIi j i
three
mail
clerks were J1alnfull. i
ti | the pniion ofl hi* hands it to hi; i anti tralis. In |>ur>uit of crabs they
bniist d. The 6.< passtMisers w ero I trust take to the watir. Use has WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER: Th, !liE<
badly shaken iii>. Traffic was su>"I i.p i.eyes and for awhile wa were afraid tonir setiind i.jiture with them ltt.-I KIDNEY DISEASE
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Witch Hazel Salve. The fir*t application to /U' alilf! to frwim uncoiuuiuiily well 1 1Thid S END US YOUR ORDERS NCW.
are t&* most taw! oifl{ da.
'ten Will\ Us nU)$". helped him and ID a few day
he wa: a* well a* ever." For -ki I.F"L.
In thefxctl.t1tf'ut of :a lively fixer- I Thompson Olsen & Loa.
dif>a-p*, cut, burns !cald, wound L ,
d,1e' like b"at-raciu. or 11l-playiu. ni-ect hit, De 'itt'; Witch .. CURE rl.
they will -tram their uiu-clp; and ; : Istrut/ Manresa Street Telephone Jt I'.
rile ,
!I'Oine limping and *i.rft. Then the :. ; .- I BI=T. tJ..18. are glad thIlave. Perry D.IVJ-' ai i*' Pharmacy! John tfheppard. Sidney !.JiB 11\'e I Bromo=QLiDliCTablets, I
Painkiller I'll h.tud to -ttothe the : ,
i iquivtruu' ]tabu.e the liiil
ixtjtxjjr
tll'rvl'tn ppuetnite tl' I _ror- :_* a_ cold_ _B la one day I IV or monsj refunded. Cortiici ,

uiucle.with warmth anti l.ealirg'pcwer. !'i __ 'remedies recognized cv eml- MICKE&CO.
It hurHlleve'i tlit of Sin nnd :Moon.Children's torfiil tteni.ll.
two reieration of .\m pain<:,rican-. views of iminy ('OlomOIlphl'lOlli j' One of tli ort useful kitchen uten-1 I'I'i I Deal phygicUns u the but foe

Large: b->rle< 25 and 50 cents.Supiocsd <'!ll nre lift'n'I'r enteitainii.K. ,- ', sils for either! bride or matron is a J i |Klduty and Bladder troublu.PRICB IPlomber Gas and Steam fitter

/ A little girl five! years old, ticked food tbojijK-r. I't--igneU originally for I I II .. ... J.lar) ,
\\hat h.ipned to the sun after It bet, < meats its offices have beta so enlarged i

f. :: ha Was :Murdered. promptly replied: "It rolls Itself up la i i iu as to Includurgotables, nuts, bread t Inunhs. | W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. No. 6 South Palafoz Street

rTortV,,;-:' PHX Aup. L't.--Tbe I If! ? little bull lake: a Ltilffoho; AuJ n's, citrons, raisins. cbeeM, j'I' All Kind; of Plaaibinj and Oa Fittings Materials Kept on Haw
t Jess land,' o' P.nn NathanVartt- e, tlmt'ii the moon."-London E IJr..s" mint or all)thill,;. KKewbt-re chopping TKLBPHONH ..
i ills P NI4"rxJLA a'rAw
a raihodii i.>ndurtor.! late of Hock 1 1- I I mirse nrtreuiely tine, is required. I -

land. Ill was found this morning i iNorth in Curei Eczema and Itchinq Humor The new cutters come with 8e\"l'rallll1- $4
,
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Fort U'ortb It is supposed !h ir Through the Blood-Costs Nothing justiiieiits to fit the purpose desired, S .* I. c3rf7vV

was murdered. Documents show him i to Try. I Ij and has-b<.,., croquettes timbales and -- *., i.A. :M: .Avery
I
to bate been a member of the Hock i j B. B. B. ( Botanic Blood Balm) i* ''' nil kinds of potted meats and fish can il'SVC/" : / V' .
Island division Order !! be prepared in about a tenth of tLe I
Itnilway Caw j now recoornlzeJ; a* a certain and sure .r'"", \ I (SlTCr.SSOR TO AVERY t WOOU'OJ.
ductors He is not known hero. time required! by the old chopping r- t- .
I j i cure for Kczema !
Itching Skin, Humors "
bowl '" ,
and knife mtthvd.n -' ,_ IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
Scabs, Scales, Watery Blister .
Attacked by Enraged Bull. '-4P
I *, Pimple;?;, Aching Bone* .
Raleigh. :\. C..Aug. J: -Krnest I or I I :\ (:'"-r:"" ijl -- ): HARDWARE.
1!1 Joint. Boil*, Carbuncle*. Prickling '} .> I
Gretn. a son of t'x-atate Senator C. .
Pain m the Skin, Old Eating Sore*. : ". .
.f ti been, who hires 2 miles from Hlilt':.h i. Ulcer, etc. Botanic Blood Balm :1' -.

Ip j!" was attacked yesterday by an ecraje
Jersey bull and nearly gored to Beat i. I I I nio-t deep-seated caes by enriching, Laxative Bromo-QuinineT&blets j| M ,..1..... -::.- '--i" """ I Supplies, Cookin.r; and Heating Ktovei, Paint, (/
.
t. luckily, for animal had been dehorned, !tI (j I purifying and vitalizing the blood, the ren.ed1lh.r.' core a cold In ODe d/, | -:- :". Window Glass, Guns, Pistols and Fi-hinsr Tack

!t' He rushed at young Oren, knocked 1 i', thereby giving a healthy blood supply Agate and rrintiti are and lloiisefiirnisliingNH Good'; .
!: to the kin. Botanic Blood Balm '
l him down and then butted and etampi i i j I i is the only cure, to cured for Foley's Honey and Tar A "'1Q
stay ,
!: ; ed him until the victim's cries brought i;; these awful, annoying skin trouble children.safe.sure. No oblates Quick Breakfast t th (9 FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COM.Revere A

i' aid. Other remedies may. relieve but B. ------ Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton En

's-t I I lB. B. actually cure?, heals every Water coolers that do not j[ j always possible when a cook has Wheel Co., Laftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's K
somine Iron King and Buck Stoves W
11 ; sore and the rich o'f and Range,
gives glow
Henry L. Shattuck of Shell-bur'health i'. to the skin. Builds up th e waste ice, at the Willis \i Gas at her fingers' ends. Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury '
Iowa, wa cured of a stomach trouble
Made Railroad Colors.
with which he had been aftlicted for broken-down body and makes the Hardware Co.'s. A match, a light-eggs in three
i blood red and nourish:. Especialadvi'ed I- I Masonic Temple PensacoIa '
by four boxes of ChamberIain's minutes. @
years "1 i< : Chops: or steak in ten, and
for chronic, old cases that SHERIFF'S SALE.
Stomach and Liver Tablet
?.1).1I'
f He had previously tried many other i doctors, patent medicinee and hot Ryvlrtoe of an execution lashed out of there you are.

I remedies and a number of physicians I I I'r To spring fail B. to B. cure.B. Drug i $1. .the harem circuit l'harlesuclredte court of Kseambia is plaintiff county., ,KU, No smoke, no smell, no ashes. GOIDPtt Y
prove cure, sample sent and W. B. /
without relief. For sale by all drub i R. Edward hansen U defendant I have UPflTMANCFACTCREBS ,
i gists and medicine dealer ,| free and prepaid by writing Blood l."led upon and will sell in front of tile Better use Gas, don't you think?
Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. DescrIbetrouble court house at public outcry to tbe highest
j I and free medical: advice sent bidder for cash! on Monday, the 1st day of Others do, why not you? Want to AND DEALERS W
Marston $ Quina ha 'e I in sealed letter. sfptember.A. D. luri, at U: noon. the "fol1 know .
lowing described property. to-wit: HE l,4. more about Gas? We'll tell
. nice Dressers and or the Iou numbering and 7 of 1 LATHS
' some very i lee H,TD I' t o
LUMBER ,
I north of Range 311 W. of Tallahassee, con- you gladly. ,
, Wash( Stands very cheap \ fiefrigerators have a taming 13 >.-li i acres. The above property ,

. Just the thing to go with I\ few left, which we will sell levied It'n. apon a> property GEO.E.of R. Edward SMITH.Han- Pen acola Gas Co { SAWED CIPDESSSHIXGLES.'EHa-L11fIa. U'

' Iron Beds. I at cost. Marston $ Quin a, KheriiTof Escambia county Fla.angoaasw ,,

1 I 25 and 27 E. Garden St, Ptnuccla, Fla. --,. ._ .: PENHACOLA, FLAL'i I


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY. AUGUST 30 1902.

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?.,!:<:&> !l1CU"rlenll"n.. AUTOMOBILE TAKES PLUNGE. I .

11'1.1 bE' 11 regular meetnj of I
ire j
T Medical !; 9t 51. Falls 30 Feet Into Subway-Chauffeur
I- P oaf H-ilt'n 1f '.cetgt ; LOU'1B.V'B
Fatally Injured.
r E z' TI1.. --: l1Y...Sppt.are cordiailv 9 and 24. j jciar i E E R S New York Aug. :I.heavy pub I I!,

\" .' '. a. i j The HIKhest Priced bat the Best 2aality. lie automobile fell Into the Rapic i kUiiliI j jf

:.i -K. W. C. DFWBERY, SOLD EVr.RYWHEIU: Transit: subway In Broadway, between f

President. I, Forty-third and Forty-fourth streeu I 1
M iKKER, -
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t secretary. -- falling 30, feet and flinging the chauffeur i

.d I FALL NAVAL MANEUVERS. LIGHT THROWN ON MYSTERY. Edward Morris, into the trench I

...1 i I Morris was internally! injured and: wil': i for Infants and Children.
PARKER'S Pacific Ccast Will Be Next Scene of Man Thought to Have Been Murdered die. I
HAIR BALSAM
Clre...w..rd briutit.** tee bail.I1 I Strategic Battle. 33 Years Ago Alive. In the presence! of nearly 3,000 peo The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the Mjrnatiire ;

J Never* d.FM'.I CIur.aut 10 Hwtore,ro1l11.Or yUuir fan: Francisco A-ig. 29.-The coast New York. Aug. 29.-Mystery sur- pie the chauffeur was lined out 01 tlf Ch..... II. Fletcher' and has been made under his :.

>1 e..,... ....to.. p its d....Youthful... k h.ir..Coior..t.Ltur.s .. of Ca 1i for-la, w'h: the Golden! Gate as rounding a supposed murder believedto the l subway on a hoisting platformand personal supervision, for over IJO years. Allow no ono :
.ualwat II"
; tr.p oent"' r of cperations.: will! be the have been committed near here 33 then taken in an ambulance to a to deceive )ion iu this. Counterfeits, Imitations and f'

Ff-pne of the next strategic battle bo- years ago, has been cleared up, saysa hospital. Some witnesses said thata 4JHtujj NHl" are but Experiments and endanger tho ;"

l CURE YOURSELF I t\ve"n 'he.p: fleets of the American Watertonn N. Y, dispatch to The Broadway car crashed Into the automobile health of Children-Experience against Experiment. i .
J t'f"Big O for nncatarai navy. Herald by the discovery of the "vic I
r( TiFd dl.Ibarritadammatioo.. and jammed it Into the sub '
a: ;..d a imutiunt or ul'r&tiuai. The naval men at the statlnn are tlm" hale and hearty. In Minneapolis: The Kind You Have Always Bought t.\
,.,,, if mucous mtutranei.Fiiolrtf
ais< Minn. Hp is now on his from way.Morris
the
h ,uaa. and out ..tria "s? -i? proposition: entertain- way was driving along Broadway "

'' '. .<1 1Wc't,. veOl Bold II'by p .: owns \' i-vr-s oa the Pa 'If." bers of his family.
,. or ecnl in flair wrapper, coast on lines ward. He tried to swing out of Its
0. t,, urr.... prep.id. for I inii'ar; to those which Thomas Frederic( was a lad of 16,
a'J Lottki. 17'I" sovernert tV way but as the machine crossed th(
[I *;hrcl.tsccl'n r 4w bDR. 'ati orr.tt of naval maneuvers under 83 years ago when lu' was employedon track the rear wheels slid on the rails,
neitrrlmiral! Hirdnson and Com the farm of Charles!! Plckett near
Morris was now alongside: the su1
KING'S n-an'ier Pilhi'ry! off the New En* Redwood. After a dispute over milk- way, and the machine careened, then

land ('(1a>1. and It j is believed: the maneuvers I ing. PicKett knocked the boy down. tilted and went with crash
over a
TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR will! be held late in the fall. Frederick disappeared. There were into the darkness below. Hundreds I In Use For Over"30 Years.THE .

witnesses of the occurrence and no of toe ......". .0....... n ..".... ...... "'W..au C...
THAT COLD. persons from the theaters and diners .
Tried New Plan arrests were made. Pickett grieved Ji\ 1 _- ,
cf :
escape.. in several restaurants: gathered ,,-
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Chicago .'.'I It. 29.-A n.1plan of over the suspicion directed against about the trench.Workingmen .

( fon5umptionCoughs, I escape has been! tried successfully by him and: died: a few years later. His! in the tunnel at Forty. GARDEN SECTION

( lironchitis, Asthma, I a Frvt SVridan prisoner.; Frank: By- widow survived him only a few yea's. second street ran up the subway anJ

er ..! tb. Ninth battalion who had been The boy's parents also are dead and found the wrecked automobile first oOFoPensacola"
I oniaIIayFeverPlcu- I his brothers and sisters only recently
mowing the lawn near and
a picnic party then saw Morris in agony 30 feet
!L idrippe' Hoarseness learned of his whereabouts FloI."ida
through a
j
r 1 ran among the picnickers and then away. Four workmen carried him tc

s, : ;'iroat, Croup and into the cover of a ravine. Guard letter: which he had addressed to tha Forty-second street and he was hois', ------

W ;:.r ( 'ou h. Oorgf Urea key could not fire for fear postmaster at Redwood. ea to the street level By this tim- I Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

of hitting some one in the picnic party nearly 31rt\ people, men and women t
NO CURE. HO PAY. Ryer had served only one day of GRIGGS TO RAISE FUND. had gathered about! the trench. Th >
F" adS I. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. I Beautiful Lots for Sale.
his sentence of 18 months in the RiiarJhousr leaned against the railings with SMI' j

I '. Desertion was the offense. I Money Needed to Conduct Democrat. force that the timbers cracked TV

) --GOLAY II I ic Campaign.Washington. i women crair"l willf.ar.. and wuh 10x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord

Theater Burned; One Life Lost. Au 29.-Representative their escorts fed for safety but nt.th I ing to location and surroundings. ,
'Mich.. 29. One 11! I: Jam.'s Origgs. chairman of tha< !
Gr' end Corn Real Kills Bay City Aug. to ing serious .MTurr! d.C3Dli .

Wag lost as a result of a fire which Democratic c-onr"ssional campaign Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, !

II ASZALEZ: 4 CO., Props. destroyed Woods' opera house: las 'committee I is going j to New York to lStock Increased. High Dry Fertile Lands. l
Chicaeo. Aug. FtocKholders: of ,
consult with Mr., J.l'wlsIxon., cha.r
night causing a loss of J100MjO. The:
)la:. la.t.r : the Illinois! Central railroad! I
man of the finance committee, and companyat
r"; "JtL.'III'tlaGltOl1: rT.KH. badly l aged crushed:22.: a body spectator of Eugene was Caroml fouui- I other Democratic leaders about the a special meting In. the general : The grandest opportunity for investment ever j
ITOCK:
under fallen ails problem of raisins money to carryon offices of the companytoday increased offered in Pensacola. i
'. >:u' tD1,1"!rv. for tber6 liiould some \\ early today I
? \ -: buy your MH.! II:C: the campaign. the capital'stock! cf th.. company --- --- --- -

:n i..it- KoTf Manufacturer hornnludcr Son Succeeds Father.fontRomcry Tp to the present time the contributions by an issue of 15S,400 shares at par. Borne Seekers Should See These Lots.
l: "n'un'
> Ala., Aui.9.-A. C. ----- -- --- u
i .'} is i"!' u. the Community to the Democratic congressional
'Irv. urn indirectly benedtnu. Ray, of Florence appointed superintendent I
I :lit borne manufacturer >oc I campaign fund have not been lar;" GOLD Dl'ST."Let "V7CTuL"b"bsCorner ;
'. t:,.. cftu f ot'labor. You owmmanlty of education of Lauderdale and there has been very little money
la winch you live .aJFESBIOSAL < county by State Superintendent Run to distribute among the close district. j -

hot PS t/\TOnr.OppOrl nels to Ell the unexiiire.1 term of his where" it is absolutely needed to pay the GOLD DUST twins do lour work." Garden and Alcaniz Streets.

CARDS.W. father A. G Ray. Mr. Rays Sr., dieJ j for the expenses of speakers and for I

. .. ....__.. .. ._n' about ten days ago. He was an oftopenarian the distribution of campaign literature I II V.C. tJKENT. WM. H K>OWLJ:; W. K. HYKB. Jli.. J, B. KKKrJE.President. .
and had been superintendent Chairman Grigg and Mrs. Grlg -!' Vice-Fr tid
C. ROWE, 1D.. of education of Lauderdale county are at present in Montreal. On Mou.

'tti'p: lit' .'alar IS, a great many years. day Chairman Griggs will! be In New

ini I a. m and 1 to 1 p. inJTMioiao York city He will return to the National Bank
,,'A Big Combination Proposed. headquarters here later in the week
GI3. Sharon. Pa., Aue!; 2 .-A comblna.

tion of the foremost malleable iron \\ hat Srlrr Let Go ,

concerns of this country, with a caiit&lization ,*- Harry I'euiis is catching great bull !I LSD OF PENf ACOLA. FLA.DIR7iG"'a"uRl .
.
.;:..:; of $25.0
p' aJTY: \ FORT and will probably soon bel I I finely as well. This is the Hernia that : : : ( I

(>ffp<..tE'ol.I'cordlng to the reported !: SnltHj! once had on his lists. He also WM H. KNOWLE3, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BKES1 .V. R HYJR n.I i

E PEOPLE. plans the headquarters of the comoi-j I I had I'.ransfield. now with the Pitts. J D. G. BIEST
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I nation will be in chicao. where the bur;:. but troth men were allowed to p*
Now both, are ranked Brad As a cleaner isoao doesnt t.em to compare wth n < f i
-ts \ ou a Cent National Malleable Iron company, the J| as ulayirsr.ransflelJ I Li .. i ft !
? .1 is considered one of the best !! r Tri!M iAi i.' fip.SSf q '?" ?rt !? 1UI5SS; ? IL
v ',1 i is Keadi largest canceru uf the kind in the {r l w W!1
.. e a1y, I'aited States has its home o1 ces. llrst basemen In the land, and Bemis GOLD DUST. : tl jiv! rV.; .rii Li! iit fer'v W> ,
ranks with the best of catdwrs.Foley' .
S;,-' :. ;, + GOLD DUST does more work, better work and ices I _
": "I had dialietes ; woratfornr." it cheaper It backs wen
it pockei ocits
: ; Doves is as '
.i.I'L : "" I*. 2'We drnvonr own Bill.- of Exch.tgn en Great Entafr.relaid
writeMarion Lee of Dunreath.In Made only ty THE N K FA1RBASK COMPANY

MI I '"I.i-ived real Ht low csnonets oat relief., Only three !ixutle! ; of Koley's from poisons and will cure any M1akers cf OVAL way. Sweden Denmark and other Earrr"snDibcr6a Cl'Uut:1ES j

!L..-at t:. Brooks Kidney Cure made me a well i case of kidney disease that i j" not I --- ---
i'.i.:.fox St., KishtrSiulm nun.V.. A. D'AlrinbertP, IiI :-:. PEviYU.: rf'Vess5ld npon the XOP FaTor&te Terms! and 1beJ
beyond the reach: of medicine. W. P LL'Id (
1'alafox. Obligations Taken: Payable a\ Port of "fobUlu\ich Ten or Pl/t,8-' Ha-i
--- A. D'Akmberte 121 S Palafox st.o PJ tud .nl.net, Genul... after VSSLS Al'l..lIp there
you need money All taint the Confer.Yes. M'ti ruiriii.-TKK"-. I.XUMI: 1 HIM: -
M I amnuntyou want ." he said thoughtfully "Shake- > n '* lit" i ....Mit ... ..* iVSa.faty Deposit Bcree f Rent In CIJI'DfttfJ..J
.': and lowest tarns ; ; C t.."'v .. T.L.'h... It rfu.0 I' :
":i mproveti city realr Fpoare was ri:;tt. All the world's a A. s T o n ac A.. .. ; '1 P.n...........,'..,". ",uh.tl..no..d, 1",1ta- with which we have a Prlva Apnrtsient ;0'* t5'i tTt:
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R"I 4'c'
'.>- &tlj Mouth t'ata- M.ubut:: It's a mighty funny: stage at 'atr the The nl lj Y07 Ha.9! KAa;' Box /j I...,.,I' 1'II'ut.*..'rrtmonliili.urt of Renteru.
ItIfI : ; .' .I.I"I''I..J.... .... e. r..
that." 9gaatnraat: ., l' .1.1x vl,ll. III......* t ain.oifti lit,
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!I'1 IIOKKOW MONKV; "How 80'1""I'I'ldil.'ully /flGli/LG 'a' I. : *l.. II...<.'hltlir.I'UM-lrr.-. (1'IItLq.SrrolfMV. H+

I 'tl-.iii-. huy your or propcrtv sell rcai, pros enf every ono who stops on I -------- WE WILL-FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !
\ any dci-cnptloti, have the boards thinks ho is cast for the Ii

'ir-.your'Th'i'i.taxe C. Waltion attended* Co.to. htar part, and as a general thins be suiurv i THE NEW GROCERY STORE.MOYBR Writ": Kwby for wir haTHt-,
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i i it-ranee "qenls. ivn.,.- than half through his lines before ,? y 1 Mm."1..... ..."t,'t ahAlalaiy'-> iilt'Iu .Irv: ,HI-A.. .,ilf I .t .: nt.. '<
a: _" a mifrat To everyone ho discovers his mistake1.; "-Chicago -- -- I ( I i p *' P"-l..r *r,,.re I. 'I",..I nl 1..1 ,ond
.t fr.nn us w. wilt land moneyhmld o ----J-- _o (.un' i -. n K'vilnHHilr I ,,_.,. ,' ,"u._
> a hous ddt IVt. i iR } I" ,- I r M t r vup oath ., .a a "....
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Ilus 'ui bas tLrtt- different! armies. In ,* 1' jIMianlnllrrlrjiilitlll' |il'-'A.. r
1ul'"' F; for ale or for First-Class Stockof i lho. 1..11..1'.1) .*.....1".U' ... ..t. -
I II Keeps a Complete Up-to-Date .
"Apply at it Ea.t (ir..jt- Europe her men are tive rears In the wi >. a iO I'irrr IHuitrr "MIU ." .
r7.lvvil v -i t'nt a luauhfu.ynrar..frl:. .r I .
--- --- active army thirteen in the reserveand Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries. II' ,\ir''i...l fill a.rPn.rt.t1II. I' ', I" '$
i I>' for *L'."'I-a tfiirixiiiii lire yenr ia the second reserve.In I.m ..-I w.RJo.TI\T' 11.,1 ln-r-l... V.e.'SnPlv..llu.r.l. i: _I". _. .J1.
Pry I. C.rnn t'imlr. '
I !m-r and nV llj,'n. Asia they are seven years In actual No 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block.1T.I.KPHONK .I.'I.: 'I t.. .. I.i'..'IIC'II. .tltlK. '\.0101.**I.'n"K, JT'I ,I )
., "d' "".uIn good con- \I. 111 I ..' I:.n.t hv W ff.I deep. .-\P- service and six in the re!'(>rn'. In Cau y., ILit." '" tbrr.. I..-nan.- l.. 1 H'-i ahGnndnar'rt'11o. .
,. I 327. -.' \ .., Tn.'j arc I fnrvil wi ..11" a IITT l 1..1 ii. ,
alitfrut ''
casia three in the activei ) r
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only ,
they Ire .
...n. ee :i. I' "'lr" w I h' I Fl Wel'-II" V ii p" "
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-- wc' .. ". ," .d ', R .e Io I i I and fifteen in the reserve.Ono ,. -T, .
I'IH I.I';. army Ia irr (1.yi. I.... I.. .t tw I I' i t I I..r. '" ,1' f
-- .- -- ,- : IDIcd..lo .. At.hL" UiTClli-Vt.- y''nr. i'a) I,,' Ui. l>,.'t
,. ,i I': f r ju_t helow from the eo..factory!, a tine: I of the greatest.iuvompllilinK>at.* The Star Laundry : ; SALVOXA p. SOAP CO.. [Dr. 12th 5 Fine Sts ST. LOUIS MO.

"..t'rorpan' '. desk and In tli. world I Id to ln able to luck up I
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ftt _
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"' tlelow. oost.ht Fawr'.Tarrhgonat. the Rilnute )(.u hut yourself Iolnil -- -- -
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Busiest Best !1f.7
rono1.t..hl.1I11 (;1,10\ Biggest, N01ICK. CHOICEST

i 1 ,i- most ... lrahl" lot In ----
.'t'T terms. by the K'.shir.iy A PHYSICIAN HEALED. I hive been) ant <'"izod totik -or -

> -AH South I'nlaToi 1'(110 Dr. Ueo. Kwim;. a practicing jihici.in ', ;3 An Evening: Call on 'ub'Cri;,tiopj forVnj.. J* nning-

-! : of111 ith',; (trove, Ky., f rover : Hryan'-<.i>or. "T'TC'' >nm.oner. f FRUITS II CONFECTIONERY I t
11"11' \'HII"''' Your Swell Friends The i5 *1.KJ' advince. ;
price yn year in -
...... -.. thirty year: write hi-per : .
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Thfiie de-irir. the .i;
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::; paper i
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with Kidney
\ tradeork.exprrt Foley's
\ \; I to barn barber experience; -v -ATC.POSTLE'S- .iI
-ainiiii tree We. Cure : "For year* I had been greatly f received\ cnn hove it pnt to them by sending !, I
krequired.
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tl.COto the under iLed.
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Hniunliv waives, guaran- bothered with :luJbl.lJdf'rI '

.d., "II i-i,-'il ran! inducements,-... w rite to today.e. in-., I trnnbk and etlar.red kidney pro"trat.land. .> i .. 1f't\ '.. \ : &$1:;' ,. dressed and your linen isirreproich- ''I II. )D f.,uly RO'HE.Care News.i 1
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Orb.au,1a. known I J.IqL 1 .l # H M GUSHES! St.
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used to
e. a'tf' the' I : without everything relief: until I I' II ..t. .,, .. > ...,,.;.\ ... abe\ woman of'rfiiuemect: i I- 1 1F
I'ror.-.if\11 : tJ.f + ', .y t always gauf'1l1lU'" well brilllu.
= j
; irmnrly ( ordov R .n.Tit mtHUnr?
commenced to u- F'-!lev'a Kidney ( -
\" L \'l'lU. Cure. After taking three bottewa > I d 'cr qilm '1 stinct by the condition of his lin n.I I ; \ Every Woman One car--Tf! .If pj.: .[,;>!lf-at fl.7f

i --olli-itor will pay < eutiri-ly relieved and cured. I I yb !4.. "..,,-. ."': .'J, and ne goes into h"r presence armored I ,. III'krrlk'''' 1 I.1 .. l-v.w to 2.00 i)<-r di>zt-n. ..jmtiJ
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"I tn riRht one Ad- it'iixw duly in Est I 1.1 di. lit:., ,, .1' ,
my practice when hi shirt.
prescribe 'i JI j \ with beauty
'. matt t' '
:! -e. 1 t1 .I ;
.. $ 't.RHLhirlinq Spray
recommend *
it
and heartily uP'I /! 1l tt I collars and culls have, been done urI : 'ntorl..I..h)."" ,.. '. lm'-'j
arch troubl- I : : .
fur I ,. .
i' brrd r to all physicians : }: t ;
I I liana ot ewpiTV I s: i. ; if
l I"IUtt: )'.. !" anva'1 'I have pre-cribed it in hundreds ofoaies l' ? > > ,. 1 at the Star Laundry. '-',:::".; .:: '..1'I"".""","'h""IJ'' ,,' : .
succe1V.. A. .
with perfect '
I I 1 j., ,ou r tnwrl for U T'hrretiny l':I.-: 11iu'Cnor'! I Itl
\ i-l I- : nth !'n ai p->. D'Aletuberte :S. Pal.ifox. later- ,
--- i I ALL WORK c. o. D. Geed s Called for and! Dgliiersi Free. MI1K1)L.at'"li"ii'f'Le;.<.'>, ,firfl. -\ ) B.lsam Lf i..;.'a.Ila': '
\ .jI't I I AN!' PITMPS" Bcd- t.-f.e: .W i !itit.vm \.O'f'lI6H C :Jf' i And InJe'< ',1f.ol'J1 r j
\1 t. \!. r'itt! IUllt H. J. Itut b.: !, If!f/oftWant a good I TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. 'i fa.".,:1al ii.ni'u..1(1 ....& ,.,: ..-r t,. "n. c : T'y irrtn43 '.' i rltr j jIi'
A'UM niKitLto.
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a II md nxereN"t
pump Crib for the j.... ..
nice i .
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on ttw mtallmtnti \\\stead\ or a "wa. It \1'1 9'MI j
"w. hut .trictlypot I : Room :".'c Times Kldz.. New ) ork. ,
to Marston tfOuina's. WALKER INGRAHAM Manager. --q 4 o at a nqIGGItU; I
Ii' M- r.tl. tlIIW| Hat''IL baby, $o ,
:"oi I1\

', I."UY-- --. We will .launder- your_spreads tll I I ESTABLISHED: 1862. LODGE DIRECTURYIKNIGHTS Laurels j.

1 'B htiow5 F.6HORfuck 15 cents echuJ make them look !
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\ and t'gg. for Paleutv I Again !
,11' H art""IHt0'.. ly.t:i. like uw star Lanndry. McKENZIE OERTING & CO. OF PYTHIAh

if tilt l OO'oo. ; If vou want a nice present to gIver G -DIALKRS5-: 0 'I 1 Pen *cola Lodjje. No. 3. K. of f. TK u PaN made Enotl&tl the GoktAward
friend.. and look through; the t to
I to a jo
M VI! HK.KVKMsnutactnrein l
Kmr oood, Hhta 'Tout!11 eleinut line of suitable articles at I meet tv every.'14 at Monday t'astU even1ng tl*L i
1 ". -tc 8'.'. W. i:>ornrn"niouyaet li'I J. I. Stephen?, you surely can find Ship Chandlery and General Hardware 1.. In the Klonnt -- W.tnrHclld'.ng. 1d' I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY
I something to r lease yon. If you I. third: toot .
brethren oord! '"-
v'lsltlcg!
I.. I'..,. 1'untnaig. wart anything in the Diamond: nue flOSNO 005 3. PALAFOX 8TUFKT. : 't welcomed

.. a''i he sure to see him before :you buy. __.___------AGENOy. --. 1 H. A. LfT.
"R FUNEKALM tonian ; | __ -- i 'r. H. HOR'tERK WHISKEY
or> I'CI&1 drUr.kory! lgLl REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN KOEBLINO'S HOSH CO. K. A H. I

)1<.Ir..oo. Yit \\"bt :IdlmI // you. wish the rery best I GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE. A. RU
t 1..0 '\' LIt'oi. ice cream freezer at the very: fitins Ctrdin Ptit! ; 9is! Inties! l laJtrorsstj.> flirts Julia JJiCOMPAS > Seasonable householdand 0rIea... .. 1 IlItw

I -land-- Floral- -Lctlgns-- : lowest price, the Willis 'K q. LOGS. FTC I kitchen utensils at the ibGfti89. t 11I

o.rr--< for ccstoturesirtao. Hardware Co. can please Collecting Aent for Br: Pilots'; Benevolent AFSO
McKenzie Oertln
.. i C. Hardware Co.'s.
Willis
II 4! Weft GrteorjM IB a' you. elation. i I SOl' l EJ D&Hhl>l.\tI br6 .







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! FLORIDA SATURDAY AUGUST 30. 1902
THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA,
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!, Ii I ............................ in the good work for God. James OST Bitter A dote before of the IMPORTANT NOTICE I i I r I FEET__ FURNISHERS FOR CASH_ _ONLY_

Printer. r a 1 meals will sharpen ,
I : SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES CELEBRATED the appetite,I TO WATER CONSUMERS
. Seamen's Friend Society. 1' tone up the
11tNN.....1NN.fNNN.. i stomach and am YOU CANNOT AFFORD
The Seamen's Friend Society will digestion. W ben I I
Catholic taken regularly
hold religious services' at 3:30 p. } will positively While the water pressure is low

Ht. \Iicl1'lel'-Order of divine m'l cure TO FOREGO AN INSPECTION OF THE :MANY '. "
Sunday in their reading room | tomorrow morning, owing to drain-| ,
service for the summer: Fir t ma*!s in the Corner Headache | ";
South Palafox street, OFFERING DURING
OUR
e .s. I in? the stand pipe, as requested byj i GRF.A .
5:30 a. m. ; lat man and sermon, j building north of tbe Scandinavian F : Flatulency,
the committtee of the city
9::*) a. m. Evening devotion, 6 i church. Seamen and citizens all Indigestion, special 'j ODD *

p. in.Ht. { denominations are invited H. C.I' Dyspepsia I council, patrons are requested, when $ END SRSLADIES'OXFGRDS

Joseph'*, Rev. Robert Fuller- j I Cushman; secretary. Constipation ,j they tarn oa faucet and get no water,

ton, Pltor-Fir mas*. 6:*) a. m.; I and Malaria j I
Saints Meeiii 1:. alTOTERS I I to shut it off again immediately, a* MEN'S OXFORDS ; I.\H.-! l .
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high ma-?, 9ao a. m.; benediction, A trial will ,
7Wp.m. Latter Day Saints will hold services I convince you. j the pressure' coming on suddenly, I $350 |3 ;) +| ,

at 7:30 p. in. tomorrow at No. iI i - I with open faucet, may cause damage ALL S1YLES, Vici Kids, All Toes j' ]' ,. >
S 5S24Sa S 4SaSU I i
EI'i.cul al. 52$! Eat .Chase street A invited.. in some of the house. NOW NOW .

Christ Church: -.Services by the I : : i

rector, Rev. P. H. Wtuley at 7:30 A World Wide Reputation. SOCIETY EVE.NTS 1 SHATTERS ALL RECORDS. : $2.94.LADIES' $2.89.MEN'S i SlI dI

and 11 a. m. and 5 p. in. I Diarrhoea Chamberlain's Remedy; Colic has,a Cholera world wide and ,, fi Twice in hospital, F. Gulledge; I -

:;t. K lthNiu ';; Church, corner \ Verbena, Ala., paid a vast sum to --
reputation for its cures. It never p doctors to cure a severe case of pile*, I OXFORDS OXFORDS: .I/-,.II .II. / \ _
Cervantes and Sixth :avenue, Rev.J. : fail and i* pleasant and safe to take. \\j AND PERSONALS m I
When all failed
R. Uicknell, Priest in ; For sale by all druggists and deal. n causing tumors. I. $3.i"0 J2.LO
Buckleu's Arnica Halve cured I iI
i s u j i soon
Services at 11 a. in. and 7::%: ) p. m. ers. I him. Subdues Inflammation, conquers I Pat Lelther'Jci; Kids Pat Leather & ViciNOW I IV. I
.!5252.5"25'2S2S252S"2J I
St. Mary'Mission colored), RevJ. 5-cent Figured Lawns to close i Aches kills Pains. Best salve I i! NOW I

R. Rickuell, Prifit, in Charge { Monday at 3!':> cents yard. C. 10' Johnson, a sawmill man: !i in the world. 25c. at W. A. D'Aleir-'I \

Hunclay school at 3 i p. m.; service at i I Large Brus-el Rags, f 1.23.; from Florala, is at the Merchants ,!1 berte's drug store. $2.11. $1.98.BOYS' i S.l U',
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: WM. JOHNSON & 'ux.
4 p. m. at the chapel, corntr of Jack- I --- -- -- - I,; today :, Odd Lace Curtains, 25 and /53' cents

con and 15 : street j 'each. W:[. JOHXSOX s pus.
Editor K. W. i
: Htorrs of the De- LADIES'OXFORDS OXFORD)11:0': _
SMACKS --- --- : -i ''' ,
CRASH I I I Funiiik Breeze left for his home atj
Mflli'iilisl r.iigct iial Cliuitli lI\l\h I!
Chicken and Oyster gumbo f2 00 $l.&) .

G &'Isden Street Church. Rev. W. 'j I midnight. i ii /:; Pat. and Vici Kids Vie Kids
Tip Tow
and Spaghetti at .l aedpostle's Cap I 6.--- f
INTO THE I ;' NOW NOW \ ,
a. m. and s p. m. Suudiy school and merchant of Greenville Ala.! to-night. \; I

:.t !tW: a. in .\. H.D'AIemberte, 1 I arrived at Merchants today. i $1.47. $124. I 1 $1.7WE _,

-uptrintendf-nt ; Kpwortli League; at Self Protection I
Mrs. M. Brush' was one of the returning _
7 p. m., Mr. Cade :ickelford, pre-i- TWO OF WARREN & CO.'S. VES- demands that you be on the alert to '
excursionists yesterday ; .Cteruoon. I ][.1 t>TllEK LOTS .\<>T Mr.Xlln.\'
dent. Indies' Aid society will meet : see that get Painkiller (Perry :
you
1 She has been to Chicago. | _
at the church Monday at 4 p. m. j SELS IN ACCIDENTS. I I!i I Del vi..') when you ask for it; some i

Pal.ifox Street Church Rev. J. M Mrs. J. S. McClure Is spending today I
dealers will try and persuade you to
I.uinelly, Pastor-Services at 11 a. '< with her ...iterlr5.. W. L. Mar- 1'take something else, claimed to be !I( MEYER SHOE CO.

m. by the pastor. No service at the j Early this afternoon two of War- i j gau, at the letter's! suburban home. justasgood ; insist upon getting Painkiller I j

evening hour. Congregation will llren! & Co.'s. fi hins smack*, the1!I John W. Hall, a soldier who has !I I the remedy which has been I Fttt FnrnMifpi. for (11..11 Oilly.t .

join in service at the l're bytffiall Clara 1'. Sewell and Silas Steam, i;}: been enjoying a furlough of three 1 I tmouths world's family doctor for 60

church. Sunday school at H:3J: a. 111., I 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
: sulfered peculiar and conly acci returned to Barrancas t'lis years; it never fails to stop diarrt tea,

J. N. Andrews superintendent; Ep- I morning. I griping pains in the stomach or bowels ,1 -
dents.
worth League at ;5: p. m., W. U. Good I I dysentery, etc. Large bottles 25 :1

man, president. The first named had a catch of II I Misses Grace Manning Thomas 'and I W cents.Laytlaedust.. R. POU 4

I. ville, Ga., aud Grace Knapp of Tallahassee F ,,
1,000 and the other one had
snappers !
Bal"i i I i are guests at Hotel Escam- : J OU can buy \ .

First Baptist Church-Service,* at l.NJO snappers It was' the termina- ; bin today. j garden hose at the Willis : : : : FEED, LIVERY AND SALE STABLE:

11 :1. m. and !S 1). m. by the pastor, I tfon of a content of speed for nearly II I II !
J. D. Majors of Milton, J. T. Garrett Hardware Co. | OPEN DAY A FD NIGHT. jW M
Rev. F. Jon- ; Sunday school at 9:3t J miles. Iiitmilciiria *n. <
1300 -- -- -- ---- i
and tar W. E. Henderson of :i
a. m., E. I). flag", superintendent. The smacks: crossed the bar neck : After Sept. 1 an extra charge will
.Milligau, arrived at the Lewis hot so'last
A cordial invitation extended to all j be made for sending out dinner*. POU & GINGLES Managers.
I I and neck. They were not exactly nigh [Short: orders at present prices ,
to attend these service
I
I' racing, but neither skipper would Jake Wolff, who has been with the i Twentieth Century Restaurant.. I i @ ;
I'rhh terian.
) I allow his competitor to get ahead Meyer Shoe Co., will take charge of i i i Q .f3TOI';< YA.

First Pre-l>yterian Church Itev. with his ves-el., I II i the shoe department at Louis Friedman &anth him Kind Yuu hale Pearl
Linn Wulktr, Pastor Services at I ,. R. POU
& Co.'sfondaY". .. :
Under full jai{ both came to B1gnatr.reZ'Il',I67 F ,,
up |
11 3. tH. and S p.m., by Rev Jaiae: I I II d
the wharf. The momentum of the Oscar E. Maura arrived yesterday
I). West of Bryan TexiJ. Sunday I
school" as Usual. I Stearns carried her with great force I Ii j' from French Lick Springs, In
where he had gone on the cheap rate OPERA HOUSE} J7 Vest
Ir.trtdeucia Street. OflPhonj\ ,
XI. ,
a?&ill.t the dock and fhe smashed R. -; I|
(:1111..1 i:1. i
l I excursion of two weeks ago. I
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Central Christian Chnrl'h0.16 I her bow in badly. Her side wa ,. -
A letter from
Capt. Jacob Kryper
East Roinana Street-Junior Christian I i considerably injured and her rigging !I'! A :>ir>ic\i. 1'1::--1'11.11.. .THE
yesterday stated that his wife was: BIG 5TORE
Endeavor at 0 a. m. ; Sunday --- -- .
somewhat di-ordered. i
i I I j in bad health, in fact was in btd I i iwhen'the
school at 10 a. m. ; Y. P. ri. C. F. I,. ONE .
The Sewell came just behind the letter was written. WEEI<. -
nt 11 a. u>. | ., 0 "
![ Stearns and ha.l her jib carried Leslie E. Brooks has returned I <"oMMENCIXl.

I'mrrsa I ...t.Agnday | from Ocala where I j Our Buyer i i. now in New York purcha=iv for u- ,
I away at the same place: where the went as delegate I i: :
school atU.SOa. m. ; Y. 1'. I i Sewell frock.e of the local lodge to the meeting oft i MONDAY, SEPT. J. \I Immeu"e Stock "l

C.: 11. at j.Ii} p. in., subject, "1'h : I ie Fraternal Union of America. I, DJ.t11NEI: s.unw.\. Ii I Dry Goods Clothing Gents'
The Furnishing Goods
Need nf Self-Control" references ending was an eqciting one II I l _. j ,

Prov. 15:1, Gal. 5:131) Scripturelessou and many: people! watched it with who Mrs.have Eva for Gibson two months and little been visit boy' THE 'ELEHRATEh- Carpets Mattings and House 'Furnishings.;

Il'etpr. chap. Prayer meeting great interest. I I

every Thursday evening. All lug relatives in Kirkwood, a suburb I # Boston !' To Make Room for the Stock we will Inau. .' .:
: of Chicago, arrived home yesterday. I Ii L
are cordully: invited attend the-e

sert'ice:'. ;; WILL MARKET !i John P. Vaughn of Century came II t* MONDAY AUGUST M. ,

down ye=terday afternoon to spend I Ideal Opera Co
tau6rran.
I a day or two with his family

Germin Lutheran: Church, J. F.: BOTTLE CORKS : Brent. He was in Pensacola last atj: 11! : A Great Clearance Sale

\\". Reinhardt, Pastor-EuslMier !, i night. |I 35 ARTISTS. 1--
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vice at ;::i1 p. m. iCluitiaii
J. W. Kerr, local for the''i\
manager PRESENTING: STANDARD A1i 1Igtl' GOODS I>KI'\KTMIXT. I I CEA)1 II 1 %C.
SiiiMifp.Fervio 1 A company composed of Mes-rs. Armour Packing Co returned here* i GRAND OPERAS.

s at 2>2 West Gregory "tree t Aiken, Smith and others hay been i yesterday after a pleasant trip to I j One lot of Scotch I.awuaod All,Wool Bluf serge;; su
French Challips 10 yards for 3:1e.: Finn All-Wool .
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at 11 a. u:. All interested are invited organized at Century with amplecapital several business centres in the North |! GRAND ORCHESTRA One lot of flue imported Silk Finished Alpaca and Johuir.ti Imp"r'-

to attend. 1 and will begin what proai- i Iud West.II. Large and Handsome Chorus. regular i Madras 3c. at :!Ic per yard, worth atle-s than half prico.

:al\ at ion .\I my. | ices; to be a great indu-try. E. L. McCaakill of Freeport ar i 1 lOne lot of line imported Madras at Full stock of the cdt-b' ;
acs Trou-er. .
I HOW !
rived MONDAY: MUHT. on
Every one u cordully invited to manufacture at Merchants last night 17c, worth regular 2:>c.
: They and mar- pair sold with a guar:.:.:
attend the nmetiug at the Purraekson He left on the noon train for northern THE COMIC OPERA SITCES".<, One lot of Sea Inland IVrcaN, full-
| ket bottle !stoppers from a wood markets for the of I. yard wide, at lOc, wort!II loc. SIIOKSVJ
purpose buying

in,?n..npachetreet.Sunday at II a. m Holiness; Junior meet class I I i grow in inexhaustible quantities n r a fall and winter stock fIr thecommiaary SAID PASHA. regular iiJyardsfine 15 to Soc Swiss yard! ,Lawn this/ ,sale worth hI pairs La:
iwetin ut 2 p. m. Salvation meetings land owned by one of the firm. The at Freepoit.Geo. I I yard for t'Sc. Slippers at 7c a pair w', !i' !

I srsiMKIi I'UICKS: A few of those flnp, fancy Para(,l l- 73 pairs Jl.Su' ..1!
every night at S 0'l'l.>ck in ti.& wood greatly re-embles what i is com P. Berry and son, Lewi*, and i I. left which ; Strap: : ;i. .
Ifntrack0eu air 7 II I ir, &ss, an nuci: aeats Oc. we are offering at co-t. lUll pair f 1.75 iSUip l r,' '
at the latter's wife
in. known cork
p. Cap uiunly a* wood, but it arrived lure last ,
: C.Utl'KT.S AMI M TIINC., Ja.j pairs tl.aiOxf-j ,i5U ji i- '
Callie Bolder Lieut. Ediu fatesotticer ', i is very dry, both on the root and after evening; and registered at the Lewis!: > on Sale Friday.

in charge house. Mrs. Berry is very ill with i| ---- -.-- 1 i Smith's Smyrna Rug*, 2l\'A: for 'I.\nl 4."
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\ it is cut. Its botanical name ha *! 45.Smith's.

i.."j>fl >1t''IIII'/I. j not yet been learned but samples consumption and she was taken to "{ rimyrna Rugs, 2fi\.jJ for i ) yards of Mattin.I I
i the navy yard to today to consult Dr. iWN'V'/r'l/J .1..".>.oJ.. at 17'lac, worth 2" and
There will
be preaching thi afternoon j have been sent to experts and it i* 110, ...
'I : :Smith's Smyrna Rugs Soxttj, for fit yards Matting:. I Ilie I' '
at &:d4) at the 'Iau. Allure
{ I now about time : ha=e ave le'u! re-1' *2 15.Smith's.. worth 20c.&J" .
f1kOO1" J Patterson Marzoni, who has been
:
I Smyrna Rugs, ;{(ix72, for ") yards China M 1."
.lt11w Mis-ion; on W*-..t Government { turned appointed to the naval academy at 53 ::\:). yard.

:-\trl"t't-l'rl'acllu Sunday at I The company means business 'I Annapolis, Md., left last nigh to report mr One lot of Keystone :;myrna Rugs, 2.0U3 yard good (':.1'' ". '., : .:
iOx&+ fur 51.00.
11 a. in ; KM reading at :a p. m.; I They have leu-ed the old Burns I for duty on Monday morning One lot of End 21: ,"ac yard.
Carpet
Rugs, full
All are vi1.anetocnwe! lull help j water mill near Htocktm, Ala., and A telegram of a few days since die 1 yards long, fur b9c. ".USTS .\SII \. \I:"-111 ..

= : rected him to be present on that Smith's Axminister Ruzs with ... .
now petting ia shape to commence Black ," ,
date. manufacturer's DIJUlfIIlll C(
I' guarantee, 27x70 for
,
I tau \\ Kll liU. ,
the work within a short time. II II I Ii EBTtllUTDAILY :.!.15. per gallon-gutai.t: .L'
i W. W. Watson has returned from ;01 ,. .''
1t.rtt-tl"* True ("II r,' f ir Must I'.trrj- CUITAI! An irmneii: -t- r
I Samples: of the product have beeui: .
chili::: i i the Eastern: markets, where he. from Jl to $l';:, ; ,
.
1 brought and are tow being ublbitEdi bought an immense stock of all the Elegant: tock of Lace and Swiss; Carriage Paint" .''. .' of :
A food that will lit>lp the babiesami Curtain* at 15 per cent less than leh7ic
the }g-rnwn folk n worth know-1 i| m this city by a party who is greatly: i J Ji i i newest fabrics, trimmings, etc., for ular price. Household quart. 1 I' .. -

inland; keeping in the family. ]i interested in the scheme. These ij i j'I the up-to date linn of GreenVatso n MENUS --- ---- --
A mother in Woon-ioeket" R. I., & Co. The goods are now arrivil1 '
have ben ; '! show chit the wood i is not ,
: say."I a ner of Grape- worm
and will goon be displayed in all Comprise all the
Nut for quite a Ion.? time but neverthought eaten as is the case with the othere I II Up-to- lUilliant l vV Son.new
their )
artistic
of giving it to baby until w i j beauty. Date Dishes the Markets Iolju0ou .
had& dreadful time with tier.We well-known substitutes, and another of the World

tried three kinds of baby food advautage; noticed is that the wood Ailord.
and condensed milk but nothing
rented to agree with her. ana aieveu ifree from pore and even iu its MARITIME.

moutln she weighed; not quitelOpound green state is very light. All kinds of Furniture f LAKEVIEW'
rvnrts at nearly OAIR
*. We were puzzled to know cot
what to do when one diy husband COMPLIMENTARY"BAY H PORTS. i Ladies' Private to make room for

said'Do you ever try (irape-Nut-V ,, For .\11 ght to date i Ij\l: new stock.
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I thought 5 he would throw up thifood :at 1 Dining Parlor.
'LEAKED I J"baUlII fromthenorthernWOOAarewI'3
like she did the others, but to Ij j
our great joy the softened food I EXCURSION It ,, R'gena Elena I :;1-1. Kino by cal !; ".Bsnm.tinurinnCurtf.axuU.
Transit Co tor I
t.1Jc'ulft'Ia :New prtnan the
agreed with her perfectly. 1th-j" tons phosphate rock \aiae U:,IIlO I Garden hose at the Willis Get Our Summer PriCes on
She has been u-ius; it for about fi ve i ntl5allt.d. i i
months now and at a year old, she Regular Dinner Daily. Hardware Co's. Best Milk In tho City.
weighs 19'.. lb*., ha* eight teeth and I Last evening Mr. Dave: Wilson cf NAVAL STOUKS ;31AUKLT.; : !

her flesh and little body Is as firm and i South Recs street entertained: in j, Keportrd DalllThe- Newi I CJU'\V NOTJCEM.I Our Stock have Only P. .'.
bUnion
round as can be. She walks from I Short Orders Drink. No Hta{nas : : <
I honor of the birthday her ha Naval Store. Co.I Promptly I .
chair to chair. !- Two Miles of Our f ...
Meeting the doctor the other day I''! baud, who is the genial master: of th elww(I I R08I5. I Filled. Night or Day. satN consignee ER!tbe Captain of the,ownen Br H Prices to Hotels ar: .

said,'Wbat do you think of her now?' U M a..'_ II :..ij ., Uala will bit re-
He said. 'She don't look like the | 'steamer Columbia. j j WO._. ... 3 *, G 1 uonaible for debts contracted -
_... ... If It'.eomethlnGooa by the crew of laId vesi l. ,
ame baby. What do you feed her? -S .aal F lea I to Eat AVERY Pr P-
I About 25 friends accepted an in i,! :you wlib you'll find It at c'UAS.PUUHAlIf.: R. M. _
said'Grape-Nuts Breakfast Food.1'' l M.. 5o5 E. 1 20 \V. L. WIttich Co., Captain.

The proof of its value i3 perfectly +, ration: to go for a ride to the life sav1s I K ._._. 2 55 D. ..._.... 1 15: I Nick Consignee.rIn It The man who own- "Ii )
clear. She i* a wonder everyone sa i ling station, where surf bathing was i iI j] L_.......-_.- 1 W C A below.... 1 lv i I Apostle'sPopular --------- Insures himself a;' :i
that saw her some months I YtftTP tbe captala. Own- 'fl 1 '
TrkpRRTtwa-ta. N'
a.ro. :
enjoyed. On the return trip chow j -- I I consignees trouble and worry. : ,
of the
cannot praise Grape-Nuu enou1 h. Restaurant. dltStITHEK r : : '7
raise his rent and the :
I der, prepared Steward Anderson I 'unted. i Bright mil be '
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Please do not __ '
publish my name. I for debts contractI no terrors for him. It. "'T
Name given by Postuui Co., Kittle[ of the steamer, and sherbet, were ,! \\"AXTil>> >-Lady representative In Pen ed< by the crew of Bald< reisel. a home now-a-days. ThOS. Ct,

Creek Mich.E served to all in abundance. 1 I Address sac fank la. Uood Pura openln.::ia\'annaol.to right.party I t W 8. Keller 4 Co., F. COODE Captata.I Watson te Co. can t..;

t It'I >t U-111 U li Consignee tart: easy it is. Call ana see t

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