The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
August 8, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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Pensacola is the seat of government for the westernmost city in the westernmost (Escambia) county of Florida. Since the colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was one of Florida’s four largest cities, with a population exceeding ten thousand. The Pensacola Daily News began publication in 1889. The editors pledged to "be Democratic, conservative but yet sufficiently aggressive to give weight to [the Daily News’] remarks." By March 1897, the Daily News had increased its circulation to 1,500. The Pensacola Journal, begun as a weekly, remained its main competitor. Among the bigger stories the Daily News covered was the 1891 dedication of the Confederate Monument in Lee Square and the outbreak of the Spanish-American War in 1898. Pensacola’s Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them Theodore Roosevelt. In the years that followed, Pensacola continued to expand. 1908 saw the completion of a new Spanish Renaissance City Hall. Around this time, the Daily News was followed by the Pensacola Evening News. The exact year of the transition is uncertain as the Pensacola Evening News continued the numbering of its predecessor. The earliest verified edition of the Pensacola Evening News dates from April 6, 1908. In 1910, when its population reached 23,000, Pensacola erected its first skyscraper--the ten-story American National Bank building, constructed the San Carlos Hotel, and raised a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had twenty-one miles of paved streets. The first modern hospital opened in 1915, and by 1924 the city’s fire department was entirely motorized. In that same year, the Pensacola Evening News merged its operations with the Pensacola Journal then under the leadership of John H. Perry. For the next six decades, the two papers continued to report the city’s news, the Journal in the morning and the News in the evening.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1889.
General Note:
Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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\Hrngcortality for Several Years American Roads Are Placing OrdersFor

Past 50,000. to The Daily Xcws.Xal'h'ille. Special to The Daily News. Same Abroad. 'J

Tenn.: Aurf. 7.-An elec.tlon Chattanooga Tenn., Aug. 'jTho..e tI

was held in Tennessee today tosciect interested in the new Valley Iron company

I fire judges: of the supreme court which was recently projected

;i'aily News. and three judges of the chancery court with a captfal* stock of $1.0uO,000. in I Special' to The Daily News,: I II I

i of appeals. In addition judges were Ironton. O.. for the purpose of developing '
: After a special in- SENATORS VISIT "fleited in every chancery and judi- the iron interests of this section, I New York; Aug. 7.-So great is the BOLT

:..: the agricultural la- ual district! in the state jgether have been in the city for several days.They pressure of steel rail orders in this
,rn Gdlicia! the N' had country that an American railroad, :I..' DEALSDEATH
THE PRESIDENTSpecial with state's attorneys for the various a meeting today at Sulphur
.-> a gloomy; picture circuits. At the same time Democratic Springs, Ga., where they perfected an I cording to reliable reports, has Iwfncompelled

< Audition. The av- candidates for congress were no.n- organization and looked over the pro says The Iron Age, to place

irom famine fur sev mated by primaries held in the fourth, eity at Valley Head. a substantial contract abroad in order ,
: according to the pa- to The Daily News: .sixth. ht'Vecth. eighth and ninth dis- Some of the gentlemen who are Interested to secure satisfactory activity. ---

'"0. LaLorHs' wages O'stf>r'Day. !\. Y. 'Aug. 7 -President tricts.P.efore. in the enterprise were formerly The report which is not officially confirmed Special to TUx Nra.Chariotee. .

I'; cents a day, and and Mrs. Roosevelt arrived at the booths were opened it of the Tennessee Coal Iron and however says an order f>r N. c A II';: t wriM U .

: ;:. 4 to 8 cents a day. Sagamore Hill after 7 o'clock at was generally! anticipated that except i I Railroad company They are James close to 50.000\ tons of steel rails for prevailnr of a trt.irw jr..Mr 1

: .t-,'ly taste bread and morning. The Sylph reached the bay in certain sectionswhere close con : Itowron of Baltimore; Pascal Shook, delivery to the Pacific coast has Bono day afternoon.tntii' +t ftrerk a carrousel i'

':.' l'rinc1palltlgrOOfD's late last night, but no attempt was tests or local judicial contests were !. C. B. McCormick Crskine Ramsey, to a German rallmaker. It is understood ) at l-atta p-rk. m"UBtl) WHNm

water and herbs. made to land her passengers. The I in progress the vote will be light, although I Nat Baxter, James I... Gaines of Nashville the Southern Pacific and Union I. Ira McMillan, tie iistuwr ui tk machine '

a great strike of agri- president had a number of guests at there w -16 rumors of a heavy ; and George W. Nixon of this Pacific companies together ordered at wvly injuring Fwd *mlth.a .

f was la progress in luncheon today. Senator Platt of Republican vote In East Tennessee.A city, and ethers. The property Just 100,000 tons but that the American r.epro l Iony. and rR
ors demanding anwages Connecticut; Mr. Phelps, secretary to lively fight for the congressional purchased lies along the line of the mills are unable to meet the requirements for an hour Marnon MrMaiu

of 6 ccnta a the governor of Connecticut and Mrs. nominations in the fourth and eighth Alabama Great Southern railroad fran as to delivery of the work. way. ton of are "' the <,,,iiw..

i ants a day for wo- Clark, of The Hartford Courant, came I districts was anticipated.The Valley Head to Sulphur Springs Ga. From all the iron centers come reports Tilt' latal l*>lt trm k th. .ti>tr pol

f'.at amour.t.c to talk over the political situation in candidates for the supreme The officers elected for the Valley of further purchases of foundry i of the raerry-Korimiui. *t,?iftti>rta<< It

;,at..h on Aug. 6, re- their state with the president. bench were: Iron compauy are James J. Bowron. pig! iron for delivery during the first and thtn gut: In It.. work nft the three

re had been many con- Representative! Jesse Oterstreet: nf Democratic-John K. Shields, Ham- president; r:. B. McCormick. vice president quarter and the first halt of 1f*03. men. who hat south "" ltt'r from the

T-e strikers and the milu Indiana, member of the: congressional bleu county; John S. Wlikps: Giles; ; Erskine Ramsay, secretary and Some southern makers are still sellingfor rain! under the un...* MrMUIitt

.... I'rttms'f'ro killed campaign committee, discussed with \\ McHollister., Davidson; :M. :M. treasurer. These are for temporary !I the first quarter of 1!+03 on the I is supposed) to late bad bold t-f tlin

and that in another the president the political situation Neil, Gibson; W. D. Beard Shelby. organization: and will probably he basis of $17 for No. 2 at the HiriniLg! >n supiNirt. Ha thrown to tatvTinii.

re killed or wounj- generally, so far as it relates to the Republican A. WrIght Roane; made permanent at a meeting to beheld ham mills ..;. its body blaikeiiwl from tRlsli

I' ivUetl from Lem. congressional elections in the fall. Senator James G. Parks Bradley; Ernst Call : for that purpose on Aug. 12 The foreign markets are reported to M :k and Mood tiowtil from bit

rU-tt! to the effect Stewart of Nevada discussed well Bedford; D. W. Staws Lawrence It is understood! that Colonel Wim- be easier in sympathy: with the lower i I 1I1t'lul!: The icjin-i map Smith, _IU

\ ; signs of comingha"ing i. briefly with the Art'"ident some western ; C. II. Trimble Shelby.l man! Nixon late penitentiary commissioner tendency developed with us, and t>il- rc-i-otfr. I

: '*11 ben matters In which he is interested.: For the court ot chancery appealsthe who resigned as general 1 lets can now be laid d.1in littsbur .I

:, trirt.i. and the Others present were General James S candidates were: manager of the Cumberland Coal and at or about $3u.50.:: The volume of

,1h..; quelled the Clarkson. of Iowa; RepresentativeJames Democratic M. Carton Hamilton Coke company Aug. 1, will be gencr business doing is small, however. |THE OLDEST I

S. Sherman and Lucien N. Li- ; S. F. Wilson Sumner; John M. al manager. The reports concerning the condition !- !

taur of New York and former State Taylor, Henderson. of heavy trades continue very ;i ACTRESS DEADI

Ser.atot John Laughlin of Buffalo. Iteptbli-an-LtU C. Hicks, Anderson satisfactory and tie plattiaa'.ers: (, :'.- I i iI
GCiU8lESHOP'S ; George S. liamsey, C-JuVc: AUGUSTA I erally are enterire a rush of work.

T. I IHS satisfactory: Accounts collie: I
George McGIll Carroll. to The Daily Xcu.
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CfcPfcCITY FALSE PRIESTS The following were the candidates 'from lighter lines. The volume ofI
i! i New Turk Auk 7 Mrs HHu
in the Democraticcongressional primary STRIKE OFF I business in bars hoops and bands has
I Young. S I 2 ) para i"f ate. the nldfit At-
: 1 fallen off. There has been nil improvement
MAKE TROUBLE tress in America I- Fourth District-C. E. Snodzras. of I recently in the sheet trait
,\ o' \": tors' Fund Hume in W.-M New HrUVtun

1 'K : -Tina -- Cumberland of Ttousdale.Sixth ;. Morgan C. Fitzpatrick. Special to The Daily News: Ii I She hn IH-UI. ; Iii Tor h'D days,
i BOND ISSUE FOR and had been .r.t..rtalucod of .
"; i Nislmll/<> bops r
Special to The Daily News.St. Dh.trld-.John W. Gaines and I Fall Rlt'er.jQ.s.., Aug. 7.-The bigstrike
', almost ru\ r}'. but the- finally have h(.i> i
M. H. Weeks, both of Davidson. of tbe cotton mill operatives! at
Pclersyutg.lul} :!I.-I C'1rrpspon.d..t.ct' -
I anandone \ fall, uhtrb
work on of U\e Associated l'I.S5.- Seventh District: -L. P. Padgett andW. Augusta, Ga., which was looked uponas WATERVORKS\ the fr"etviI..t j'
her hip. hronithf iinn.
rues witaity test of of the United Texfile I on
; a strength
Prince Meshehersky: Gra.-hdanin records J J. White-house, both of Maury. {
continued the Eighth District-T. W. Sims, of Perry Workers of America, has been de-j I Mrs!!,'* ttMiiiarevr in lit<.
T''I among ___ land and .\ ,
has Just dared oft by the executive! committee j jcf nurkat'r"! a |> rtu4 oti.early
southern peasants of Russia. The : Jonn M. Trice Chester; Junn I
\ :1 i where he 70 ears She came to ta 4f't"t.i j
rein }
that body. The committee mt !
wandering! revolutionists: have now Trour Madison.Ninth Special to The Daily News. -
It ,nprrlGhAdIL: Stab 8 aUmt I' ." and played
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here and received the
reached the protince of Oral. Th?> District-Rice A. Pierce, ofOt.ion Columbus Ga., Aug. 1.-Aj ordinance ;1
new building.employ I with Plaia Mi.rriv, IMwir: Forrit,
the strike in the John C.
ali ; Dorsey O. Thomas of Hay King
appear to have traierspd nearly has been introduced In the city
/ nearlyrlargement I mills in Augusta Ga., had ended Au LuurenoI'.antr; aaJ t
the rich black earth False wood. ? council
country. and read for the first timeI .
1 will tfi'' 1. It was shown that the mills! had }'Ir.- lang!> > II* i ia-t ....". .r..''** 1
-'i'le to the city's proclamations and ukases continue I secured M much help that !it was Impossible I calling! an election to pass on the l.ct.T. tilt ro": i ..:) a..b :i. 'hit cUr .
be distributed and the
police question of issuing! $250.000: ( of 4 percent .
!I'GOVERNOR for the strikers to win. This l In lv:
\ VMII taatufacture car are continually ;' gold bonds for building! and Gyrating
anl' action ends one of the hardest fought
upon counterfeit priests, monks a system of water works. Tha
: v TjthicK
11 'pt the wheeL in con nee- pilgrims and who eneourace preach the incendiary peasants! detrines trexpect -- JOHNSON SPEAKS battles! Known labor in unions the textile and mill industrybetween owners I ordinance will. pass council almostunanimously. : I CZAR AND KAISER '

another land division.; i j in the south. -. resolution was yesterday read I
TW KILLED The marshal of nobility of a district :I.; These operatives went on strike last for the first time appropriating Jo.UOO ENJOY THEMSELVES'Special

; In Toula has Just: warned them of tbeconsequences I Special to The Daily News. April for a 10 per cent advance t inwapes. or less for the boring of a test: art
The United Textile Workers, -----
I of heeding the false pojlitical i j Alexander City. Ala., .,Ui\. 1.-Ex' which had I Flan well. The c.ty is very anxious
THREE INJURED I prophets who are abroad in that l I Governor Johnston spoke here to about I time before,been directed formed the but a strike short to secure artesian water. A commIt to The Dally! .*<>'s.<.

I province. lee appointed HI'\al. itu-,,: AUK It" .
2ff> people. He made the same speecnthat through its officials in Fall River. Sec- was to secure options a. lit c arly
h. has been making in his cam Hibhert on sites for water works plants. I In midnight when fnllI'rur111I.1111:
rftary established
supply depots

i ,\ N\; >\.i paign. the opinion of the city attorney. M returned to the Ifuhenzultan after
FRIENDS SEARCHING in various parts of Augusta and
I K > Aug. -An ex- A Jelks club was organized herewith operatives in Georgia and the south whom the matter was referred the olj having witnessed! the night gun pra:. j

-U: ;..- lllini'is; Central I:; m em bers.a A P. Fuquay was ern part of North Carolina contract between: the city and the Co tire of the Russian! fist l>y flahllbt.
went out
FOR HIM I I lumbus Water Works Is null Earlier In the evening hI' rctirtalnt
t; Udiea! on a higliii elected president: and F. 0. Hooten, on strike through sympathy The company i'
I and void It! having been the czar at a state dinner the Hohenzollcrc.
Spring. Two were editor of The Outlook, the local newspaper sympathetic strikers afterwards returned never submitted In ,

:t,1 the: others, jump. was made secretary, and A. B. to work. Something like $1Ht- to popular vote. and their sub !

i :> fatally injured. : Special to The Daily News. Hooper, treasurer. The club appointed 000 in all was sent to the strikers from sequently pro..I.-d to the Stacdart
where they vlfVM th.. brilliant .tf! '.
several' (
important committees and Ij
all over the country I
New York. Aug. 7.-Wilberfor-e NEW HAVEN
Smith. Paducah. Ky.Stevenson. j prepared for work in earnestDr. Members of the committee that trio Illumlr.atloLR of both Aw-rs. Tbl
Ogden 21 old. of William say
years son
Hickory R. M. Cunningham, of Jefferson, while the morning the crar and Eroprror William !
operatives have lost the
Ogden a prominent Newark business will here went aboard th.. Run.San flagship .
lie Friday to make a speech ttrike. trade unionism in the south STRIKE STILL ONi
man, has been missing from his! fath .
Minis and
for Jelks under: the auspices of the has received prrre*]<<] to spa,
F: mt. Paducah. Ky. er's home In Chatham. N. J., Eln,6l10nda clop a strong Impetus. 1I I t tASKING where they witn.sspd the fl"..u'e'<>!u.tions. .

IE Hickory Grove Ky. ). Night and day parties of f John R. Ballard. of Gold Branch, i They rfturcwj to this .Suni-
Hawes. Ky. friends have searched the country for has announced as a Jelks and constitution AID : Special to The Daily News. art for lu chf'Jn.Nego .

: gomen who were him watching every road, dragging candidate for the legislature. New Haven. Conn.. Au?. 7.-The

the PassaIc river and nearby ponds, j strike of 4ft 0 conductors and motormen l' Congress Meets.

springs.'STER and even fighting their way through FOR STRIKERS I !! of the Fairhaven and Westville Atlanta Aug. 7 --ThfO OH'BBfiou | ( II''.

the wilderness of the great swamp I' WILL APPEAL I railroad company continues! unchangedand of the N> ;ruJ'lce" J'"vle',

a COMPANIESTO near Chatham. the $11 mile system is paralyzedthis Christian and Blu'-ational congress

Several months ago Ogden returned : I TO ROOSEVELTSpecial Special to The News.Birmingham I morning. No passenger ca.-s was held In the auditorium at Piedmont .

from Vermont Theological seminary Ala.. Aug. 7.-The AI. were running today. The night park yesterday afteran.,a Fully

COMBINE where he was studying for thoj I abama members of the United MineWorkers brought practically no new developments 8.000 negroes from all over the UDlt. l

ministry broken In health. Brooding: j i of America are soliciting I except those arising from attempts States were in attendance upon the

over his failure to finish his course of to The Daily News: funds for the striking miners In the of citizens and officials and or opening section! among them belnrepreientatlt <

: '"s: study he developed melancholia.: Wilkesharre.: Pa.. Aue: 7.- President anthracite districts of the north and I ganizations to bring about artltratlof a men and Romps, the I

-v is 7 -The various s Mitchell, of the 1'nited Mine Workersin it is believed that quite a sum o There was no disorder.WITHDRAWS leaders of the race in matters of religion .

i: ,' packing companies Foley's Kidney Cure I is a medicinefree an interview with a representativeof money will be gotten together. The and education. H. .:id" the Immeng -

Louisiana and Ala from poison* and will cure any the Associated Prtss. said, with reference committee will visit the merchants 01 *- throng of negro there were

said. combine undera case of kidney disease that is not to the decision of Judge Goff the various towns in the state getting I FROM a number of whit people! In attendance
bevondthe reach: of medicine. W. in the habeas more or less trade from the
apital of $2.000.000. corpus proceedingsagainst coal min upon the mr >tit.K. GownorCandler.

HIbernia Investment A.Il'Alemberte----121- --S-Palafox- *t. the miners in West Virginia:: ers. I PIG IRON MARKETSpecial Mayor Mims aM others d-

New Orleans. The keen cutting i "The only thing to do now is to makean 1 livered addresses of welcome to the
Ball Bearing
a- beQ on toot threes appeal to President Roosevelt for Shake Into Your Shoes ('on litres.
Lawn Mowers, at the the pardon of the men in jail and this Allen's
cow Foot-Ease
practically u- a powder. It
,? Co's.TO probably will be done at once." I to The Dally News
a.L <'ontrol all the bus Willis Hardware cures painful ALL WERE SAVED.
smarting: nervous feet *
Birmingham; Ala.:. Aug. 7.-Announcement
hree states along: the flat and ingrowin nails, and instantly I is made "For year I suffered such untold
by the Sloss Shet.
I; :tee Headquarters THE BENEVOLENT. Bank Robber Jailed. I misery from HronchitK" write J.
will: takes the
I I sting out of corns and bunion field Steel and Iron
e in New Orleans. Wichita, Kan., Aug. 7.-Charles company that they H. Johnston, of Hrou/hton, Oa..
Ten ;. It's the greatest comfort discovery had withdrawn from the
pig iron "that often I
"* are la the comblte.r Johnson, one of the four men in the mar was unable to work.
__ The poor in our midst are needing accused of robbing a bank la I of the age; Allen's Foot- ket. The company sold Its produc Then when everything el-faUd.. I
gang Ease makes tion for this and was wholly cared by Dr. Klnir' New
isb'anilla end' tight or new shoes feel year over half of its
of Extract is aid. Let those can, moneyto Arkansas. is in Jail at Evansvllle Ind.,
easy. It is a certain cure for sweat production for the first six months of Discovery for Consumption. Mywif.
.(u three of the doubtful United Charities or band to nip. according to a telegram received hereby tug, callous and hot, tired aching the coming year. Six furnaces suffered intensely from Asthma, till
; Chief Burt of this city.: Two cfthe feet. Trjr it to-day. Hold by all I b& it cured her, and all our experience
longing to this
'ugh cotiao a few cents J. M. DAXXELLY.Foley's alleged criminals are in jail at druggists and shoe stores. Don't company are in fall op ROCS to show it i.* the best Croup

1 >tile its purity and great Little Rock awaiting trial. The teal accept any substitute. By mail for era.tlon.Try medicine la the world." A trial will

-Kt- it the Honey and Tar er of the gang escaped from a hospital 25c. in stamps. Trial package FREE. convince you it's unrivaled for
economi- Address, Allen g. Olmsted, LeRoy, THE NEWS Want Throat and Lung diean-!. Oaaran-
cures folds, prevents pneumot /& is tills city some weeks ago.. *t11: column ; it teed bottles SOc.and $1.00. Trial bottles
.. ,.. .... will pay you. free
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STEAMSHIPS. I BRAIN FOOD.Not '- TBAGEY'S BODY IS It is the right of every chili

- -- -- PROVOST GUARD ISSTONEDJfJTRIKERS i parents'Responsibiliig to be well born and to the
long since there was a great run parents it must look for
1LKKKKK. : on the fish markets because it was announced
ffiiP that fish was foal for the brain. STRIPPED FOR RELICSI health and
AN happiness'
OCEAN Of course the fallacy of the fad was soon
't exploded. Normally the food we eat I How ituiinceivably ti

<<< To NLW YORK, BOSTON Assault Is Hade From Top of nourishes nerves muscle brain,, 's Are Wild To View Re- is the parents gnat \t Z

A> D ALL bones etc., each F I mains Of Dead Outlaw. responsibility, and how important +t4 t
i EASTERN High ...r.- part of the body Greal no taint of disease is left in the M..J J

i ) assimilatingphosphorous I to be transmitted to the helpless child t' :

ere. QCQ 1110 \M) OFFENDERS ESCAPE CAPTURE. : salts, lime, according < LOCKS OF HIS HAIR TAKEN. pitiable suffering, and marking its htt .

to its give sores and eruptions catarrh of the nose and throat wi ..

OCEAN 5TEAM3HIP I COMPANi'L'vKATI need. When the I Reached swellings, brittle bones white swelling and deformity.
Still Cause When Body of Harry Tracey
.I : Si .1I11\C Stk-U-E Strikers at Shenandoah p
brain begins to How can parents look upon such little sufferers .
30 Hours of Ocean Breezes Trouble and Soldiers Are Kept Constantly show weaknessor Davenport Hundreds of People themselves for bringing so much misery into the w.

Sailings each WeeK J : on Guard to Suppress Violence -I the nerves be- Crowded About the Morgue-Blood- any disease lurking in your system how can you e\j; .
3 from Savannah Ga. : come sensitive it healthy children ? Cleanse your own blood and build t:;
J Maintain Order is a sign that stained Handkerchief as Relic, .
and : have not only enlarged capacity for the c-njoyn-.t '
T'*,* "'". .' "ls ltd. 1'..tniliF Ian, .nr.,1. : there is a loss of you your
al "I' n. 'I'. hln.I', :' r. of life but have discharged a duty all pucnts11;: to p- -:
When the
"' a .c .il, at '.l, ?w .-.. \.t. I Shenandoah, Pa., Aug.The. the nutrition Spokane Wash., Aug. -
'. I' 1. mankind healthier and happier.
t> a'
M ) the wasrepeated contained in the \ sheriff! with the body of Harry Tra-
.1 rl .. -n aI. 1 I.:J' I throwing of stones at troops ,
p. ... .. hrY 1 r4 'l.roo early this morning. This food eaten and cey drove through Davenport, hun There is no remedy that so surely reaches deepstatedtroubles !
...... "........0... aDY.aI,116 r this loss is in the as S S. S. It searches i'-it:
_.n.. r,0 a.PLY Tot time the attack was not made on the I II general due to dreds of persons followed up poisons, and taint ''
,... \'......... ULa. crowded about the nmo'I'S.try
Irt and
rt..INtl.r wagon.By
t I street
.-.u.M.U. Tea.I ....... r......t.. I'0 company but against the provostguard disease of the and builds up the general hta'.ttiare :
.....II..L'_ .......1 .....1. "'L..III..I.. f ; stationed at the Pennsylvania stomach, and its the time the wagon reached the growing up around you. nz\\:! '

v1""rif717(7f"'R71X1 1rltt'7t"1 I railroad station near one of the foreign allied organs. morgue: the streets were crowded, Hitting them on a course of S S v

I colonies in the southern part of i Dr. Pierce's and from every: corner could be heard a purely vegetable medicine, harmless In it* enVets. .m.

4 GENKKAL KKK.NCH yCHEUL'LEFollowills ; the town. BrisaditT; General: Gobn I Golden Discovery Medical cures "Three shouts for Lincoln county!" by both old and young without fear of any Kid result .

i la the schedule of the has been requested by the: town authorities : diseases of the stomach and other organsof I The town was wild. The morgue Write us about your case and Ut our physician ad" :

gorernmentsteamer0eneral French i i to send a company of men to that digestion and nutrition. It enables doors had to be closed and the crowd This will cost you nothing, and \ve will also send our I. .

which THE NRWS prints for the locality because of the disorders that I the perfect digestion and assimilation of |' was asked to stand back. Several skin diseases. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC co., AtlantaFoley's G.

b bent-tit of the merchants who ship had been occurring there. Company fool, which is the source of the strengthof : persons were allowed to see the body, "

d their goods to the various: army : A. of the Eighth regiment under Ca!)- I II both brain and body. and then trouble began Every one -
pat?: "I was .,t.th1) frequent headaches" Kidney Cure will cure all Rubber hose, a'
I I tain fiar\tr, was un duty all! nigJt writes :>11., Belle Summirum. of San Iliego, wanted a relic and in a short time II
Lrtyei renaaCola ... .. ... .... 7'WII\. m diseases arising from disordered ,
Texas.,"often accompanied by severe
,- I..."... Karmnctik.. ... ... 7:5"a.m. 1 there, and this morning the colonelof POtr1It1nbowels Duval Co.; were irregular and mv rfom- nothing was left but the body. Soni kidney* or bladder.-W. A. D'Alemlie JJ liltslard", rr

.. .... v..I'lckl'n. .._.. ... "":15a.m:" i a. mLrayr.Iarranca .. : th. regiment said the company( !vas I ach and liver seemed coutmually out of order. I one even picked up the bloo.lstalncdj! i' berte lil S. Palafox. fyn7.lsar.aat I....... .

Leo....... .n..coll\ .hli51l.1I\. I grwtfd by a shower of st"n r# whim Often I rout nothing eat almost for nothing twenty-four and hours ooml'rimesal"'tlhllely at ahmt I i handkerchief' which had been use,) I ,,,d uukts.,wuj .
Armr* Uarr\n< "- 11.In A. m. and thru unfit for work. and from bleedingto
I came (torn the top of the high hill! : : I wa1- entirely my j by the outlaw to keep :
main a trip to Fort McUcv and Ibm return I whole <=.,tem seemed ".O run-down that I feared Pocket cutlery and scissors You will hiT ; r
overlooking the railroad! station. TIlt'I death. ttefore he could carry th'
to llnrrancat.l I a severe ,ck 'pelt amt was very much dtscouraijeil .
c ..rav*! Karrimca .. 1:15 p. m.r.rr I was advised to try Ur. I'iel''t'sGolol..n I the finest to the I tlowi-r s(aNea- I if
j do it
]< 1'ickrus ? 15! p.m. captain immediately placed a d 't from' own ground. \ ..<. .
$,. I..-."... |Vn'acul t .. I;$ip. tnLravra of men in the vicinity of the houses : satisfactory result that before fim-hnijr the I in pajier as it was too wet to plain .." cheapest at the 1Viiiis'aliOtiie' and re i
ickrnt. ... 5:15: p. m.ArriTM able und"rta1..edUlle"
I Parraiica-.. > p. in. and makes j from which the stones were thrown. '. third bottle attending I felt l'u perfectly., : life."to I! his: pocket. Some one pot th. Hardware Co. though he mayr

t I trip to :Me:..r and mum.On No one was captured, as the offond-.- Dr. Pierce's Common St'IleIt'flical strap whic-h had been pulled arouis'l i iI very woman w rwn.

f IVrdie.d.av-abdKtturday-the: i had escaped In-fore the soldiers rt'aIIl. Adxiser in paper covers is sent free, on I !his lei, to keep him from bleedini; ti.i ) and if "he lIIo'.1 .

ft boat wH I (five K.irr.incas: Pick- I ell the top of the hill. receipt of 2t one-cent stamps to pay expense i death. That. too was soaked with! MimVlt'KKY. Thus. C. 'VntNou el' t .-
_ ell<4 fur lVi I,:irola at Hiu: p. m. Address Ur. R. I "
The General Frmch 1:0: f..r army j: Last night an intoxicated coal anti : of mailing nty. I blood which ran from the upper wound 1 The undersigned; takethi-method lending Heal K-:
r : V. Pierce UufLtlo, X. Y. f olleriuir her atl how her t ,,*
) services as a
r nrp<""-. "iir and unyout-iclcr hwttlavP iron Jlulie,>man wandered into camp; I i Many locks of the outlaw's hair haul
I fir:--l'1" licenced midwife, hay I me
a ('.L" from, the!: quartermaster and! bl'l'ameisahlt',1.\ He was placin j jI 'i been taken. His trousers were cut -

I o tak pu--.tut- I' i her.I. I i "d! the guard tent and this morning ...'* rtirthilny.Oi II I in strips and before they were divid I..,l lj l'1 i' Can iug give had be-t 35 of years n-fornace cxperifiic"fr-.i.! ::. r Buy a new ; t'

) was r.->I a".L A number of strike sIn April "1.2.';:;,"; years ago, Romulus j( they: were cut into smaller piei'< 'I II' !leadiu physicians: of rhi city

STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE I aid ,>' th- incident and formed a i ii completed the \inclohure on the 1'ala. Many of Tracey's cartridges wtni 1- j! lls.r.. QIHUENjltf -* from the II'l Ii I ,

i picket !it.> around the camp waiting tine hill which: was natural "Iloma.'' I' video among the members of t-! 1 IH South DeVilhor-: Company

for tl.., man to leave the place. I II The birthday of the Eternal City has: I pose and those that urilil! ert at tl. :II -
lietareu and )IIII..II-B'al Thi \ toiluwid him down the Ma- i been solemnly commemorated from ancient I buckskin bag.

ICuiik: l'.llIMCJ.I Sdiulay I hooey City road. but as thlc'r.r a times. Augustus instituted the I OR.MOFFETT'S Cures C": i .'

"cIi.01!: TAMPA.; iiiunm i .it'roli'.it! rs in the! vicinity th. secular Iarul-thrl' days of rejoicin::! 1) arch

-triker.11! .1 not mol st him and they concluding with the rendering by a i I His Sight Threatened. flRrCCTHING the Bov.,

Lw M .... ''HIM l.v l'-n.Hrolali'pm chorus of Human Lids nail ma Ms: 01 i "While picnicking Ia-t mouth my Chiidro A t
Ar I'M 'a. uln f. '< ell Ar :\1/11..11 .'...K.jmr soon disappeared.The i
Aids Dijc-'ti
the of the "Cannon Swulare'of i I II
capital I ill-year-old boy was poisoned by '
of I j6. !
..r''v Ituaudti-hi. 'I :"'. governor's troops cavalry POWDERS) the Bare
I Ii Horace. .\t that time the city' | some weed or plantay..- W. H.'
took a practice march about 15 or 20 the Ch. j v_
i miles through the Mahoney valley I Ii f counted 1.3CiU) inhabitants. Thiyear ; Dibble-, of Sioux City, 1."He rubbed ., Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, fEtThlM.i a
Koine's 1..ll'Irat'IIOunluy '
i today.Everything. I i the poi-onoll his hand* iMo hi- ; .-Vi- 3ir mail 2J rents to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D. ST LOUIS WO.
i : April 27. with an outdoor festival -
Art NTaw
Vxlilnutnnill Try the .hoot is quiet in the region today the ruinl Palatine and a -i eyes and for awhile ws were afraid dan handled Dr 51'>(T.,!'- TLETHINA Teeth ne How.lers r n: ut ..- it
., on general aM bade 11 pr'pn vary nn :. u I u tr..d. it h-, a.liu n .,.,Ifr, .
'lII..r..uu < <>" IK i'fiToi'ijos i he would lo-e bigight.. Finally a .
,. .,
illumination in the evening. i"W4irnt' *t n .rlhr>'lh.lI< &l tfr.t *p r f-ar * iavirvtron t'.slrn-' : '- t. -
the lurw lightning bus Thfl Rer. Charles Edwards pastor I neighbor recommended DeWitt's I*ti ng tith m 'thr, if ih- I'inirj (i p ih1) fly .. itt iir if tad" ..anterni' t '
I but.morDrenomts.0 of 1:1':1.11.111111! and tropical South of the Presbyterian church here and' General !Shi'minn's Sharp Retort i Witch Hazel S.ilve. The firt application L,1rR .t HA.VKIN DIU'U'v wt

Ar.ii >< :i that emit a 1"ctitlUoU" double i formerly state president of the YouTig I (;{'nl'rllh'l'Iuln could say the mint| helped him and in a few days ;

light ,,( etncient strength and Intensityfir Men's: Bible Society, said today that pleasing and tactful thin:: ; and yet no he was a* well aever.." For skin j i BOYS and GIRLS !i Doyouwishtonu. .
scalds wound. munrydurtnc -nan
diea-es. cutburns,
the in his I
young; men congregation
"I.-- I.. read the time on a watch I Inc could be more sarcastic. He was ? you con reailiU
which Is made principally! of min> insect bite*, DeWitt's Witch Hazel I niour "Blueine.? *U l"-r rent, coinniihcioti on all li-. An indis-ii-'i ,
up ttendii2 at Fort
; a largo reception
i rlgMe.! n laclM-n distant and which the I ,,i Salve i iure cure. Relievepile* at inuscholu u.r .."..ry lady U ,1..11|!IJlHI 'A h.-u a one Ihr,-l n \.
i I workers have informed him that foreigners Leav *nworth once when a youth approached Blue Hater you ever used in tin 11.1 ir Writ. today before your terrtti.. ,
lUrt.M 'Ill.! Indians of p.rsizil UM' for ;
. have determined to cut off an him and said familiarly, liarids' sumo one :
llluiniii ii .llg purimM's by coniliiin:?; a I| i : : When you have old them return u- "01'., taniii? tilt butane. 4Uc., ai 'r
;, ear of every man who returns to workso '\" *! a great tWlre the1 things iriHt I I ney Kann.i .i'>n lbo not delay, but rite at oruVildrri. -..
11U".'.. i "f them ill iuail wicker ea;es. that they will forever be marked as lie .., you, I'n.'rtl.1I:1t's tliatViske I I i .... ri.KN.\ yla\t'F.1(11'lll\G: (0.1/1')11. (' is Km !ll. I' I'j

ere MHin to be a novelty in the pet Hill Shi'rman "I -
"unfair workm n. ; ::4 Jn 11l-tiutiOhI Some flfty-ei;:Lt oftUew He believes the story. The foreigners say:' repeated the other, "it mu,t b*. IF YOU ARE 3

'MIU; are now on their way from think this is thea..ivst method such a bore to you, meeting a lot ofpeople ..41i1

j I.ub'! Has eity ind on their arrival I' fur attempting to I break the :.trll,,'. you don't know and making LOOKING FOR BARGAINS :. mottles

will I I.., the! rim ever seen in the rillItal. theta feel you do remember them. !!!

r I Cholera Claims Many. "Yes. yes," replied the general "Now, and the most delicious

b'"- :- otH' uf the results of a",- Berlin Aug. 7.-A telegram received i iI for instance, "I don't know who you ., For the next ten days I will 'sell secure

?. m.nd: i''l' >Miinetliln new that is cont.itii here from Blavostchfnsk' a\'s'' are."-Leslie's Weekly.u i I you i any article now in stock at a _: of beer yet produced inmcncn I

ui Hie part of the put ;.'.* and I that the medical resources at' hand !
discount of 2-"i per cent from the regular ;-
- cum'inn : bird and pt-t animal are entirely inadequate to cope withthe \ 0(1.1 AVniitr.An He drinks bcstwhodrinksW.All !
dealers Tbemiiyns an very large f I' chorale epidemic. Between July'I Austrian is now traversing:; Switzerland :i price. Think of it-you will -1] !

lli.'Mirlrfe| .'tlv, harnthali.l in 1 22: and Aug. 3 there were Ifil cases on return from a tour which *ave'J"on a diamond ring or pin : I

t man\ OI( the South American cities and and I'll deaths from the disease in I he undertook for a tracer! of $ l.mW. where at regular price it would cost 1 Pabst Boer i.s h.-ewcd front it .spcriallv prt-pa'- ''
- I The terms are that he was to wheel see !:; cents { malt. malted innccbrdarKe with the l*>sf Cermart n*
to II.i\aiia he yiiiiii girls and married! llmj. : ; you save on '
before him from one end of Europeto j3 od,. Our hops arc the Lost hat money can procure
lIJI.I .1' them in their hair it !li!;lit, I every dollar's: worth yon buy. Now

tlw t ff'-i t lit which is sinirulurly strik- I Cloudburst Drowns Four. 1 1I i the other a perambulator ('lIntulll'In I i* the time to buy your diamonds or i :!J I'ADST BREWING: CO
his wife and child lie has beer
lug "'"I 1"11 IITt till e-peciilly alien the '
Trinidad, Conj! ;. 7.-At Urosbur. watch or any other article in ;stock; I
lady nciirin lliem liapX't4 to !. I absent! twenty mu'inths. wearing ont
': 'I II
5 mile west of Eaton X. M.. a cloii'l- very cheap. Call and examinegoods. :
r I thirty-seven! : pairs ofA hltlf
Mis--.l With mi.r" than the usual: s-hare -:11,0--:
I btirrt drowned four persons. Mrs i iI ( Jleuifeinbpr, this offer ffor
of feminine; piililiiitinle.The \ .
I Francesco Iioniinguez and three children : Xo trouble to show
: ten
.' only days. i
thus 1IIt1llnnt11:1'
''rut worn
r weitrer ,.uunieniuire ii'nl hair in a I are reported: drowned at Terns YOUr'G: LADY'S LIFE SAVED.At goods. J. I. :STEPHEN::. :: FINE WINES.\ LIQUORS ETCS.
I co. Thoy were seen just before the ,
perfect lialii of lislit.Vhether they HiSouth: Palafox-treet.
} ., arrival! of the wall! of water but af'f Panama Colombia, by Chamberlain'sCclic
will !H iiMil in tin WIi) l.ical In-lK's
efforts to find them since have fail J. Cholera ard Diarrhoea
remain: to |.> -. ..n. The omtiyos areery
: Remedy. The fiue-t line of umbrella in the A. FRIEDMAN
\ hardy! :iiid will live for month
t H.-ll It ur 1. I ":.hll..u..f. Dr. Cha-s. H. Utter a prominent city f io; at J. I. Stephen. Oo lookat <,
with liltle .r i. ain'nto11.! I..ieil pet
. The old lantern and dome: of the Hell: Panama. Colombia in them. 1-9
i deal r< ..inf the opinion\ that if kept hock htIioue.; in the (> a; recent letu-r state*: "Li-t March: -
lndmt :iud in warm jilari-s during the I halve' mile southeast Arbroath.. are :

winter ::n 'h.' ":iiiie manner that parrots 1-einjr iviiiiwM. The lighthouse, which [ had as a patient a voting ladyix- If wish the very best

and I'airirii" are kept the cocoynsran is llo feet high was d"slsiu.liy I teen yearof age, who had a very i you
ice cream freezer at the cry i TRY THE NtW WANT CaLUMN !
'to. ) I.* 'l.-niestu-ateil and made to increase j IJobcrt Stevenson and Jennie: mid bad attack of dysentery. Everything -
and multiply in this country. .. I for her 'lowest price the Willis ,
: erected lNi7-10 ut a cost of i' .l." ). pre-icribPd proved in- ,
This! haproxeil swi ssfnl in tn' ca<"> II The light hIS never until now \I'I'n'' ellectual: anj -Ie wa growing wnreevery Hardware Co. can please !\
I( of the l.t.l' ,. ..II..hlllll..h"llizlmlo1 of I
j rt : cli.'inircd.says: the Westminster (!..izette. hour. Her parents were sure
;1 Florida :hat lay <-;gas and tmtch Ott I I:. L. Stevenson u-t'll to iron.' -he would die. she had become 'o you.

\ liriH-'is! :,- dung; a* they are properly ntI ins liinix-lt' with his engineer prand- weak that she eoulJ not turn flyer in iAZICKESCO.

triidd (('. \\' Post.Inrnins I father on the IW Uix k in fOj:. wben h".1.l What to do at this critical We will launder your spreads for

Ij I the Smeaton find drifted from her moment wa a tud.v for me, but I 15 cents each and make them look

nf the War. I and thought of Chituiriprl.iin's Colic, like uw. Star Laundry. and Steam
I I nionriics. :'"11 men. pickIn Cholera and Di.irrl.-1 R"ulI'Jaud I Plumber Gas fitter,
Thliirils ivist their sons: in July. hand had seized the only boat. ,
i-i a res-ort pre-cribed it The
p.y tI.. ..',..I..r th. lirst wivk one misses and Stevenson had to stoop and laps mot wonderful re.tilt was tlfecN'd. f Water coolers that do not

foil ..> iii the uottdlund (choir and i water ,'1'his tongutcould utter Within euht h
by 11..- middle of. the month most off audible words. There al I..... when the much better : in"idc of there' dayshe All Kinda o. Plnmbia: and Gas F'ttinstJ Materials KettvrtFneta1NN

t tt'.e Irad'iiinloists: are sil.'tit. tin'nsr ; IH--HIMI took a "thrawe" and bill workmen W;{< upon her feet and at the end Hardware Co.'s.WKKKLY are, ", '.'." .rn A arAA.

f .> i :.' "role. t'.w: iHiliolink. the rid i tied into the totter, then almost oC out week wa< entirely woll. hor --- -

wiii.-i I I iil.ii'kbird. the l brown thrasher I finished he vat unnivvcd reading biP.ible :> "'tie by all drusei-t- and medicine UIIKLU L*

and .'! ',. .* Inteli: | of the sweet Illelvdie and ":11' after another slunk j i Jealers. DIVISIONP.A1MVAY :
I M.AvergbC'CEi
It .d Ju',,' I''i.' ". .'! iril rig: :* wi.b buck in confa-lun to their tik Southey .' .

the! fretful f"t' .\.iiu mules aril ': has i'!itl<.rlird a tradition regarding Die Snnrr. PF'sB3COI! .AGIEca1tlcTEI; Mll'l

.'t the! p lie ".TIK.ioi: >y wth: the cui eli the IWi Ko-k in his ballad, "The Inch Daughter; have an Invitation t"> COMPANY : ,:: )R r 0 AVKKV a "' LF'iL
the th":!tT and have no chaperon.
of The '
ss viiiwk| youiii crows. I cape Jock:
n It Frtt-:,!Io'- anal blackbirds: and swallow;; i ----- 11..1111'1'-\011 must have one, of Rayon Trains Big leave! Rayon fensaoola Warrlogton for ,tbe>avr Lltti Van IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

I are btiibeilns! ; in :!
l ()( ircifUles $strvuMin down toward the John Lover the keeper of the wolves .. I suppose? api; i I. m.arrive at >ort Barraacat 1:1DA.L HARDWARE.
1 star-u.! -rf a July afternoon fitr the i stood on the bank of the lake at the !i X<>. It's frtmIr.. Fatptusz""Cmnever lulu' .. m.arrive at Fort Barrancas 10iJi.tlmp.m.arrleacKort
Harraaeai l .
;: 5p c
I zoo. a bit of in his hand. "Whew- mind about the chaperon.Tlt -
tni'l pie
tight r"t spt-nis always to P- I I 8:10 p. m arrive at tort Karrancat 4:13 p n
hind It svtnblanef of n sluuKiw. It w-w."' he whistled and a white swan -Vits. S:15p.m. arrlTeal Kort Harrancai ':\A'' 51 cuup Iron Nails. Axe. KhovrIriaw Mill andte .i. '

:1 i U join- !it-t intiniiitioii that tie tide of I at the far end of the island turned and Trims: m leave arrive Fort at Fort Kirrtncn Barrancai for giip.D Penis :Supplies. Co'ikiii and Hp.atlnt'tlV': ;>.. Paint ,

: tbeeir buts: t nrlll,,}. I Inebroodedt I -\*lUll like lii-'htninz; to him. It took Funny.Towne cola at Window Ola-s.; juDrf, Pistols and Fistnu\ Tn-k

1 >ird.. are nwlthI.hill! a few like j the pi*? from hi! h:1n.l'nddloo back i j -Diol you ever notice any thin;! 715am. arrive at nsaoola .. 8:0U 1.11 : Agate and Tinware ana HoiiseriirnishiiiVAOENHFOR :; ( tuod'.
funny about his conversion? 11:111 ip m. arrive at l'en.acola.11.66 p.n
thm,; sl':tI1 v.tre still bu"y wild into the water and in a innuient had I .
:iiW m. arrive at Feniacola._ J:.S a -*
p. 10
; *><,..11,1r third! flll1ih.: .". and 1II:1or i ili>ai>l>earrtl behind tLe laniL ".\n P.rowne-Funtij ? I sLouklay notThere's 5itft p m arrive at Ft-nnacola .. S5 p n BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL UO' !

.s the old birds an- leading! ; their young: i, old bird." said Lover; ":1 very old bird. absolutely no point to it.TO'IIeTh3t'S TOU p. m. arrive at r"en6acola.__. T.iS p. Revere Giant Stitched t"ltlvg. Northampton E
>ltS m arrive at Peniacola.__ t.tuePABI
, forth into the world to complete their: It is, in fact. 114 years old at 1.:8.1. 1 the (nutty part of it. : p. Whetl (;..., Laftin & Hand Powder Co.. John-on ,

3 education! In travel iVuutry Life! in snirti it I iS. except for our bald eagle; : Having no point, how is it that it FOB WEll DATS.Feniacola somine, Iron Kin:! and Buck Stoves; and Rah'11
: America the oldest! creature in the pardens. Theeale. bores so quit:;:!Philadelphia Press to Kort tsarraneas retort UxFenacola Coup & (,;O.1i' Haw Hide Lace Leather. Ma- '

'Olktllw.. is suppo-ed to l-e to Nary Yard and return_ iii Made Railroad Color
It Needs ;;:. The Ins attd'> Hennrt."Coins eniaoola to Palmetto Beach ana return lhSTSDAT
12.:>. Swans are the longest; lived creaturcs (CHKOUBB.Wbcn Masonic Temple 1 PenwolaJj;.
for the
There are tune* when your liver there are the natural history away sntnmerT'"No. weather permits the running o
nerd a tonic. Don't give purgatives: books answered the man who com coaches.L.svcPentaooit.
say. They live 3'"y years s)Eietimes. open
'"( that ;ijripe and weaken. 1)&\Vitt's Eagles live from li-' to ltl plains. "1':11 not feeling strong enoughto Lr Fort lrru.I'a. W. B. WRIGgTMANCFACTCREKS GO DPA l
Little Early Ri*ers expel l all poison face tLe brass bands and merry co .. m. 10 a, nx. ;-:1
years and parrots sometimes about 11 a. m. 11 m.lp.m rl
"1 from the sy-teui and art a- tonic to rounds! nt a puuuuer resort. The doc 1p.m. r {
Ii I the llv( r.V.. Scott, &31 Hichbndgve. 12T.-Philadelphia! Record.A tor >iys I'I!| tiiv to stay at house and Ip.m I p.m. t".1Jt AM DE- S
.. M '.1t.10 Paay : "I have .. a p. m p.m. I .
World Wide -
Reputation. rest"-Wa hin;to'i ::rar. \ r
carried DeWitt's Little Early Ri-er- Ipm pm. LATHS
I ChambHl \In'- Clic. Cholera and 5p.m. Ip.m. -r LUMBER
icreveral and woulJ
with ni" year e p. m. r p. m. < T ,
I not be without them." mall ana Diarrl-cvi Remedy' hna world wide Many rer-" in th! community 7ABI FOX ICFBAT !

: "a.y to tike. Partly vegetable rutatr">s for It- rtHeI oem :are iuflerin from kidney comnhinf!: t'eniasclkto jrtBarfitcti Esq' CIPRE8SS8INGlH-'I: : ( y ys
1 are and return ... ....____ I IPiDiaeoia ill.i SAWED
1 i Tuey never tripe or distreHIr f fail* and is pleas-int andlfeto' take.For who c.luld'iid fatal renltbr u*. n
to Palmetto ,
Beach !
i >:i'Vh: ACOLA FLAt"
I hey Kahc. : ers. D'Alemberte.121 S. P.lhfx., 1'io frflbt eited after 1:16: p. u>. I t 6". PESt



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ist St. Louis Don't Treat
Dr Symptoms'
Relies of the Dar.. \\hen Matt'hP.1
f 1 f1YS THE
COMPANY \Yere lukunwu.
R I Go after the cause. Stimulants and cathartics will never cure indigestion.;
rsrTE. p AMBAteMo Some customs: seem to have as many They relieve the
-- JfJ'G'BEERS may temporarily system but the next meal clops it again. The

1er RGSM 'a {Orlb1Lo.l.] I lives as the proverbial cat Ia the good j!' food should be digested- The nouri"hment-ht'alth-strength it contains,

.J vAYfEYER W There is r.oin.s i th..t will oncmch ('ndpr old days of Queen Less every smoker should be appropriated-absorbed by the system.

r had in his outfit a pair of tobacco
rontn.ii nuioajj Ill,u, fi.r a compassion KO DOL

as (- "I'Y.ntl y.t. while tongs. If he were a g.Uu.nt of t!:<' Children

... court, t':.,,>y were nude ot aver: : if ufcub
all know
Jd Ice u'Ui ..ffMuiiey is as di i,;- purifies, clean\ -strengthens and sweetens the stomach.

tiuyulsUiU; frusu what i, reu.miiie. we The Highest Priced but >tantul merchant of brass, but if Thrive This new discovery digests all classes of food andassimilating assists

a workiujjnian: of cheap ironware. the stomach and digestive organs in and
it. It is the Best Quality.
'iCOLD1 N HEAD often a
.> tt 'laitM ana hiut-ll. tiouUthir \\I' are r.jjht: in attributing SOLO EVE1\.YWHERE. the smoker Matches unknown, I: 0 II taken up by the blood and fed to the tissues throughoutthe

ai .sui i"c at liruKgists; it in iiny ;chin C.IM-. were various organs of the body. Kodol cures indigestion

ERH lit 1* ill' I was 81'f\ lu with tilt -th -=-- -= -" -- -- : and tie only available fire in tie day Kodol and dyspepsia, thus removing the cause ot all stomach

.\ ai, EI.HWHII. Mrrrt. New York.\ United Statec caMilry. One June dayit time was the blazing: log upon the troubles. Kodol Yves such strength to the body thatit
\\;:1nnnuulth'li; about h'na like buzzing !iI YThether hearth. WIth the poker a swill piece i is invaluable in all wasting diseases. \

- S.II' .----- second that a ticwly matSe or not he was lilt he kept on and inu of glowing ember was briJkea! oft.I(I "I wish to thank you for what Kodol has done fat me." writes Clifton Girt AD.Collett leG
i lieutenant from West Point Lad few seconds sank out of sight in the i "It cured me of dyspepsia after everything bad failed. When tried Ko.lvllC dmi'
,., It) hI1I"III !;. I "1'1'11 issi.til to our conjiany and ic-e. I which with the tongs was applied to right away. I cheerfully recommend U"

I iit": tlii- Unitt-U States ; ,wind s-wn relent fur duty with a cre\ the freshly charged pipe. Kodol Digests What You Eat.
I had no right to do so, for then;
I retied statistics of Iliad of nrruit He came almis in Hundreds of these tongs are to lie Prepared by EC.DeWItt&Co.Chlcago. The II bottle contains::S times ai much (byactutl'meauremeetias
I were two {'OWl1liMiunt..tficers with found in the collections of antiquarians. the trial .lze which sells for 50c.DtWlil'S .

l.uhtimiK. The work i I tiine. lout instead of liriiiirin; ; rteruitsI'l'im the company; but, singing out to those i I Host of them are clumsy object, Wilt\ \ Urlg Risers the famous little liver pills (or blllouaneu orconstipation.
iii ii. I Miring tue year :ht one gentle looking frllow .
; young beside uie to follow I jumped up and ; but a fare w graceful In outline afe, thorough. They never grip.
tt.nkillttl l.y li'htIur J wl.o apiK-ared to be far latter tit '
made u clash for a rise in the lava juI'j jbejoiid
.'..! ITJl IHTJ.OIIS wore i ted for u putt than a t-oldier. Mi-ri- the cruxiee. It was no Use. and artistic In workmanship that tLey John Hheppard,Harris' Pharmacy Sidney Kahn
be of French and Flemish
I:;' ui l.ou-o*, "i7 unin I wcthtr was his name, and he hadn't The fire was too hot and the men faeem "-
rather than English origin.
-.' l-urns. The oirM i! liven nt the fort a day bl-fore the men would not \<'a\to their portion. I was
These revived small MASQUERADED AS A BOY.
tongs were ou a
deaths are not i ie! >!_'!in to call him IanTlj,11 followed f-hot in the log and! sank Into a hollow I

tit- same Star liTor a series I'C prai-tieal jokes of Ilall'111'1''' I was comparatively safe.I scale some twenty years ago, when I

.. Itss which I.f, the butt In they were employed for holding cigarettes. Truant Wife Created
Injuntl l>y was suIte unNplainable was thinking of IiltleI"rlln.tll('[ I

on the average it i ii ; C ) whI' gut salt in his; eof- and wondtrin hue he would get hack i The cigarette tongs were from York "
two to four inches In length connectedat
Ttit to N I"J lives arc 1 fee iit>teii J of Mijar. Then there was with the water for the man who had J Rochester, N. Y., AI\
the end by a smart spring,
1 HHitrh injurifs from : ciictu in lib bunk t'oniinj off guard injured him when I heard a shout and, iI i upptr citement has been
which kept the ends together when ia
\ 'iiit<- .. a position of rt'aVhcn uod, the
lit Injuries wur in : was Lure to be vvakeiuil by mistake ill them '
i ; headforemost among j I' smoker opened them and cauht: thecigarette try that a fcupposoti: lio :j' i-fjit**, the fe"l'st for the relief lie was: th' Night was well on before I dared I
I between the tips close up to past nine weeks has !
..itlUItlmore .\ ,(. '- mint tiisn>i"H tine little chap I ii\i'r leave my iHi-ition and g the mouth end. The contrivance
i saw, and a*, the boys always oxiu'cseilwoiuler 1"lmlllllI'l. The tint thins I sawwa? enabled most popular urchins |
the user to burn the cigarettedown "
hnW snell mistakes eould !hap I familiarly Known as
Jleriwether Lying ou his back white ? j
the last whiff anti
to protectedthe
," 1:11.\1..11. i lien l'I.'l>ltJI'S sreit sympathy for him a sheet ill.d tin>tioli"iss. One of lib! from the : gall! is Mrs. Theresa ,

t i.f the Blavksluill ; it never entm- hip li'l ad that they former tormei.tvrs was \bending o\.r';| fingers discoloring vapor laud..Q I
that the brown tam
,i\v this sign in the : were at the 1 buttom of his discomforts. him. and several others were produce uiioa Accused of i
leauinu'jon ,
the fore and middle fingers
1 Ind."rl one day he came to me as first the muzzles of their muskets. l' ijk! up as vagrant. l
i The Ill'tons shown nowadays are
"I'rII lit of (i.e 1''III ami a kcil hit lug down on him anxiously.I Merlwether ,: that some time ago
t somewhat larger and are intenditl to
I ID! '"F MACHINIST. | I if he couldn't lake extra tours of guard turned his eyes to me, and Ij: "Max" IK-nhart In '
hold cigars as well as to reach a coal
1 I duty for solatof ringleaders,;, they presumed! he was about tu ask me that i idreaded ter suffering much
from the to
fireplace a pipe They are
'" M native blacksmith having fxi-res-sed an extraordinary I live" when
I question | ing a night in May last
made of iron Heel and gun metal and
siiiiiMistil. wishes to of 101I"r1lthat he had stum- '
he said
I many of the latter are said to be manufactured husband's clothes fell! lie would shoe 1 1 l>lej over a pile of eondemiUHl! uui>krts : "That was kind thing of
atry you
I from warships, cannon and Smith at Ashtabula.!
'.I\'! ii.nn style ur that lie on a dark nidit. Since they had purr to come after me. How about Con-
and secured
I' other trophies of the late war with a position terrors
l.flrSf'S of Americans. povly put them in his way this was a : over'Vas there all the water ho at Chill.
8paln.-Xew York PostACureforCholera
I tnrk too much for even my thick -kln.I wanted? couldn't pet much for is a

I I told him not to Cither me with ridiculous I there w asn't much to get"

6 I questions and warned the ringleaders I tried tu ray something gentle to Infantum. No

l0 It//'a'Yt/ i I that I would see the lint man him. but it trash: in me. "Last May," says Mrs Curtis Quick Relief for ; and

- on every box of the g<-nnlne 1: punished who should again impose "tih stop that. I said turning; Baker of I5ookwalter, Ohio "an infant Foley's Honey and .

Bromo'Ouinine T Mcts ui>on him. The first man was Tomi away. "r otl Owe Conover IIlJthlll ." child of our neighbor's; was suffering mediate relief to a cleault-

J\.ltl\. I i Conoxer. who had l>een the instigator Ijiter. wl.en the captain asked me from cholera infautum. The the worst stage and if
i tart m cola in one asj.a of and
:.a doctor had !given up all hope re. will etfect a cure I
I of the ino,t contemptible! pranksacalnst for the Uiimes of those who were to I Ite coverI took a bottle of ChamLpr- berte, 121 S. Palafox. !
the rwruit. and he was given a Ranges
want good Bed- mentioned fur conspicuous 1'1':1\1'1',1> lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea
walking tour with a billet of wood on I told him there was but one and his Remedy to the house, telling them I:

I nice Cril for the his shoulder for a whole afternoon for name WitS Meriwether. Hut the 1'00.r i that I felt sure it would do good if I II
to Marston & his pains. stopped the import- fclKv did: not lire tu rend the order. t 1'used according to directions. In two to If friend you want a nice ]
I a go and I II
; riiiur T. UAKER.Monnmoiit days' time the child had fully re- I elegant line of ... Co
eontempt I covered, and i* now < nearly a'year j I I i
| !! J, I. Stephens, you ,
girl. I'
ed till we were lighting; the Mwlocs In ) a vigorouhealthy something to plea*e .
i Mrslulii Darr. | frequently ,I:
I have recommended this remedy -
. ss.. ... .. the lain leas in 1'71. want anything in the Fla.i .
Simnums ofNorth i
United States Senntor i
: and have never known it to 1 i!! I i _
Little Meriwi-ther didn't like Cshtmx ; be sure to gee him '
: '9UCITY FOR Carolina wantri a monument' fail iu any Jingle instance." For I I
nt all, that was plain for the
en'cliil to mark the place whlrlla sale by all druggists and medicine
color would rush from his cheeks I
THE PEOPLE tirbt lu lihIIl'n in people landetl dealers. !
wht'ney.-r a bullet whistled too close and where the first Aiiu'lo-Ameriean __ I I You can get !

to his delicate tar. Hut: 1 noticed that. : I
woman was bt>rn-Virginia; I';ire. The I jey's Kidney Cure furnished,
\ Cent
\ I. '-ti on a he would grit his tilth and seemed (
; .
\ herd ..Head to be resolutely lighting himself to I lilt; <>rio sjKit is in Senator Simmons' makes kidneys and bladder right. ston, 5' Quinu's !:
t-tit It is lluuiiuke island and ; ''I r f f
I \ r"y! keep his slender b >dy! up to is \\ork. the date was 131. Tl.e penile tt '.o 'ments, weekly

..?, One :t rtt>I'I.l..1I'l'n' hating anespecially ': M'ttled there! Im.IIII"'U sent over by SirWalttr The Tusk liniioKollilr. .,

i it 1.Et'oU. hot JijrLt.; keeping up usteady Kalelgh, and they wrote fcUch I The committee waited upon the successful
Lrc the Modocs and nn-civ- man.
plowing letters home and! made suchattractiLi r
". iii}; as irood asve sent from behind "r uur fame Las preceded you" they', 55- --_ I
that in 1.1S5; and 1317; ,
M I 1\1., '. '. ; -. maps said he entered the He smiledsi'reiiely. '
\ l 1\.1 "I a natural breastwork of lava will'lIf'riwdht'r \ as room. W. C. ROWE ;
.' II. .....\' >'' '..r the colony lard)" increasol. It was i
crawling toward me "I am rather well known, i
., > came
\ 11)! tu A A. :: .1. at l lII1I1"blalJtt In l-.j that Virginia -' ij ,
'. on all fours with an expression of to' he admitted tuudestly.'Yuu i i Office: ITS S.
Dare was born. She ought
I !, despair In his face. have monument, says Mr. Simmons, | hate given names to bleeping j I j I Hours from i to i
M t '.n mprovcd r.-al es114 i "What is if?" I asked anxiously I : cars lit.dar8; health food and'I and after 7 o'clock f'! at 11.75
L ft.'iiount- at low and he wants congress to appropriate!
r 01 Lr-he .:. Bronks : fearing something had gone wrong. games names that have pleased the i II1c Ito
'o,000; for this I'atriotic j
.a PaietoxSL. Fhheramlm "("noI.rI.t hit. H..1' I.ulolil'1111l1- jour patrons." I i
view. I I
"\\V11V" I could >w nothing reuiarkable stll'I'-fulm3u I bo etL :

,1' 1 -noyou ni.a money? In Ci-no\er leins; hit when Henry Khattuck of Shell burlr, I ""'tll," said the spokesman( "we'i iI '' LAW DEPARTMENT

v.y amount you Rant : one-third the men wire in the: same! fix."lie Iowa, wa cured of a stomach trouble I hate new baby at our house and we

." -,-i.i.>n aid mprotfd lovn-st city rates real wants water.u"diet with which he had been afflicted for : hate conic to you to t-elcit a name that'! -OF-

.'..-r. aa1 I Mouth Pala- l ILl M>me from a canteen." I years, by four boxes of Chamber will rle'aSlIer parents .,'rlUd j i

lIf : "There's nut u drop to be found any- lain's stomach and Liver Tablet*. brothers, irraudparents cousins, uncles, j jaunts John B- Stetson
He had previously I tried many other University
wilt and friends of the family and
IV. j
I KOKKOW MO> EY remedies and a number of physicians "
-ur., your property pro-. "Well then Le must go dry for the without relief. For ale by all drug- herself later on. I i Do JLirtucl, Floricln.
i''I. buy or sell real rs onlwater is down there la that The successful man frowned sternly, i
gi-ts and medicine dealers. JOHN I' FOItKKS.
% ,.( dfi-criptton. barer I'll. I., Prl'"If'lIt. ,U.BIItT.I.BIlII.::
gay IU R, Dean
v tir taxpt attended to, ,'r'I', :tn
,.>*. T!>"i. l'. Watson A Co. t'etting; shot. M.-.llli and lilt Monpj-. ; the impossiLle."-Cincinnati Commercial I'a II IVrni t'omiiH'iKTN Wnliu-Mlaj Ot-lolirr 1. 1M>::.

.Insurance ai.nU.. J'casai "lie's suffering dreadfully." I I Tribune. TWO Y.AItoPR<*K-Th.- Law Department John K. *
: nxHSriite Tov ?ryon* "I can't make out what Smith does -tUon University give
im us w* will lend moneyil " with his -- AHMir* Tu Ill E:
money. -Tb. diploma of the
Law lic
d-tt artment of John B,
a ---- ---- fUI'I." 1 said sharply, rememberingwhat "No?" CONS-U ;;I- THREATENFD. Htct-nn H'KTHKK nirity 1r.1-1:'' nrttuiU IIiMATh'NForhiLaw for Bar

IliA l.1:. I he had buffered at Couour'shands. "No, I can't. Yesterday he was short, "I was troubled with a hacking i sired information retarding! : tu.- Law hepftrtiiient.itddressALUKUT Announcement of nils.' and all other de.

-- -- -- and he's short again today." cough for a year and I thought I hid : FAJU1AH.. Dean of Law Department

.- Ino', drhirable lot in I He crauled back and 1 dismissed "Hid he want to borrow from you?" consumption" say* C. L'nger, 211 Ie Laud. Fla.

,,-y. ttrnn.houtn by the 1'alafoi Klitiery. the matter troll my mind "No; I wanted to borrow from him." Ial'le't.., Champaign, Ill. "I tried'a '

Yt4'v l"alm 1'resentlj I !'.1wt sight; that filled me Chicago; .IOUMI:.!. great many remedies and I was under -

with .iNtonishment.! kril'Ihl'r.15 the cue of physician* for f pvHal

\\ "It'.I-\Ilh': running. anteeii in hand fur the ('rrvii \t the llnllwiijtnl n. onth;.. I tied one bottle of Fole"oiiHntlev Tulane University of Louisiana.

-- -- 1d. and Tar. It cured me. and I
"IIbt.1I1J ,_i. water. Bullets ; I '
",18In. bow wrvd have nut been troubled lUce." Now Ox-lonxxe.
, "k.1,1.: -r ,
t: la. auuf I -- -----
toss need not

.1.R Mm from Eclimbla HOSTET1ER, -utter from I BANNER__ SA_ L V Et : EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LL.D., President.
,'- to pr-car- for po'i '
the most healing salve In thtworirfc j jMarston
'" nl t.n'lC"pl'l) to .
1 Ia-t..t'rdariiapnl!'I ivlni-IA*."la. iI I H..n" Ilpnrtmt..hixi. ,-, Englnl'prlng.HulldD':', fU..n.I Law.ll'dlclnp.,., al" Pbarmacy.aboratolle Art.

Biliousness, have and Workshop, fplrndid Ix-partin-nt for Women In the :>it/I'comb"oilfgTulane '.
$ Quina
11"11' \\'ullh.I. makes iicl. rs in all vocations iu facilities for
Flatulency Instruction
--" --- some very nice Dressers and': In the MoutH. turhtY"lllnHruCfon and 1=3 students last s..nton.Ianr unsurpassed eholar..hlp.

I to learn h"lrl1ro'.IO". Indigestion nr In theacademledepartnient.. on.-n to Louisiana toy. Kipnn 11 of cboll\f5blp student
Wash Stands i I7of..r .,
.. cheap s ion. hoard and IO.Ioln" Inodornlltorl"i at low or hlr""od very j rates OplJOrtunlUl'1i afforded
W' ytulrr Constipation Itc ", tudent.forelf-.ielpe In the Ac 4" ('011"1(1'", no'110).. If
I. nt.
I Just the for college work. h. pruptrly pr..pared
...-. Ira, aullf ,..' thing to go with Iotoll..r 1.1. will turned away trout inability to pay tuition eat leshlOIl be-
gllli Send for
i if Catalogue.
you will only i I '
Iron Beds.
tiktr a dot. tit Addr..... K
t1 .'\. 'rlU. the Bitterf be K.BKL'KK.Hecretary.
fort rack menl! l -
\ c.rn: ,! solicitor will pay It w111pnotively : ---- -- -- -- --
..1'11I to r."ht on.d- STOMACH curs these
.)fflc... mil eases Tin diIT i

\\ H Ml.KBIEDMAH.klndi ot empty norSU beer !riERt:: # and.see lor yourself. 'I FGO TO*

POI i/niv. iir PARKER'SHAIR Traveler- presume you hate to answer

- ..BALSAM. a great many foolish question F.
" VH; BROWN I.KUHOKNS .uhf. tho S4J. E.
> .lock and Eggs for sale. -+ Never trocnu.Full. hIS to""a.Beitore.t g-uwlh.try every day, do you not BRAWNER'S.

,, H : MI Hard'll'ar"l'o'i.stt Half to rte Youthful Color. Ticket Agent-Yours is the ninety
-" lire rasp d ni a bi. tiir.g. I
ninth today but it's early yet-New
11.\ I It liO(1).- Hnd wY nru. 011

'i \H BEIRXE-Mannfacturer- York Journal D-For Seven Days we will Offer the

..I.I in llalr Goods, Hau.Toilet DR. KING'S The best-physic-Chamberlain's Following Prices:-$
.: On rtc.,8'K W. government
Stomach and Liver Tablets. Easy to

TRY NEW DISCOVERY take. Plea ant in effect. For sale
20 doz Men'* French Neck
drop. 2t') Pair Men's
I t rr. I'or IinitralM.t New Orleans !Kewed You
all and medicine dealers should look
by druggists stiched, undershirt for 2'c at our line of
"-- -- ----- ; drawers or Cable Screwed !Shoes
FOR THAT COLD. for this sale Ladies'
and Low
r t Kl'NEKALS furnUBeda to match. 11.20; solid leather. Cut Shoes
" ) h.rjqn"' special d.ilgnit NO SUBSTITUTE. -"" \VA can save you
TAKE money.
Horruo, sa: \\ tit Gregory 25 doz Men's Fancy Striped Lace
JvdlmI Cures Consumption Coughs. !Silk ; Balbrigan Iii Pairs Men's Hand Hewed Vici IIJ Jl)J"d3 Lawn fast colored,

,j CASTOR dPlain: at ,)enacted drawers to Kid Hhoe in four different shape worth 6'gc, to close at 6c yard.

< T f'l.l)1Y1at4wIR Cold, Bronchitis, Asthma match. toes ; regular ft for this sale $2.95 a &W X.Bar Muslin, regular 7o
For Infants and Children.
-< and floral 1/eBlgni- PneumoniaHayFeverPleurisy 10 doz Men X-Bar Undershirts pair. goods to close at 4%c yard.
4 .I i,.1"IIIUI not arc* eno refined ftS! neat for oastomrei.Gregory LaGrippe Hoarseness, The Kind You Have Always Bought worth 50c, for i'c ; drawers to match. I have bought the full line of Levy 1,010 vat !! L"nbleacbed Domestic

Yadlm1O1X1 and 1 I i. 25 doz Men's criven Patent seam Pou Co. boys' shoes that I will closeout to Hfc.

Sore Throat, Croup Bears theClgnatnre side drawers, worth 65c, for this sale at cost. 1.000 yards Best Check Oin bam.'

:. Cough.NO sacs fast colored, regular 7c goods, for
Whooping of
: 125 pair Boys' Easy Walker, this sale 5c.
23 doz Extra reg-
Boys Size Pants
V .i\'# told my unJivilea halt CURE. NO PAY. 17 yearworth f I a pair for this, 12 sale to ular rOc goods, to close at 35c pair. 10 pieces White and Red Table'Linen
* .1 i T .!'(op nituret, material.etc., Price 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. ------ -- -- -- - 60c. regular 40c goods to close at-

"-t G.rdentrret. to Mr. John L $ 75 pair Men's Low-Cut Patent 25c yard. lio one over 5
wttnMr !?pitfr.will continue S S ---cu-ifYOURSElF I PENNYROYAL We carry a fall line of Boys' Wash Leather Shoes! we have been yards
PILLS selling 30
In th..llrm name of sparer Ai 114J1 Pants Call and see them. pieces Medicated 24-Inch Cotton-
aaaaturaldue at f2.&0 pair, to close at fl..!)
a.iume liabilities to the L r.e BleS tar -JSTV Drlab I tmt Vmlj G.ul.a } pair. Diaper worth boc, for this sale 60c.
7 .. Allother liabilities have, BATE. .,.,Nua. L.dl.,w Dn.nw
__ lrnt tioDi or ulwritioDtof 1 Jot ClIICH."TER E.'iGLlSIII.
Alt Ii'counts of the old firm of 0
.. .__ of masons mfmbrwiM.FunleM kED 11I4 t.eld wu.ili toz..ns _II
-kpatnck are payable to i trust tbat the public will TliEUoIICHEilICALCa.eD'or JOIIODQUI.C'Uln !, Daywu.I.W.u..lid lat.. I Ipo Than Seven Days.
.a-liberal" patronage to the ea tl..r aq.f ,wr w..l da u
a, .-cnbrstowedupontheold. .... q DTIII2% Jot P-_.T.eIato

i-n an both good mechanics U.L a. ft by Mat.zpre.ia ,plain repid.wnpp lot'r. I "I..."Rrllr.rL."I 11.11. l...e.1__._.._.... '
a< trod: work as any in thvK.kpatrick. J bottle .u Drsp". t..Iehat1 1"1 +I&iigl05 SOUTH PALAFOXJ
II 00. or *
:aJt ClKBUr Wbt Mt X14111ai. 1I.uo(:1I pa.... M..u... ....... PRILL. STREET.iAA4tr .

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I THE ANNUAL After DinnerTo .- Strongest t in t the eWW;o; t

assist digestion, relieve distresi
after eating or drinking too heartily, *
INSPECTION OF to prevent constipation, takeHood's
The 421 Annual
Matenieni ,
Iitercd at the I'oet Office at Feneacola, PillsSold Ending December ,U.r I .r y "
"...second-ciaee matter. FLORIDA TROOPS Very Low RatesTO JOJ Il

OFFICE :-ritt'i Building, 211Ji; Bomb everywhere 25 cents. I
tUloi street np-tlalrt. I !'-- TO l THE f [EQUILABLEl l [

THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. I Tallahassee, Aug. 7.-The following I EDITOR BARKER : I.

circular with reference to the Lakes and SeashoreVIA LIFE ASSURANCE[

Terms: Invariably in Advance. I annual inspection of the Florida i ii ijtllll

On Year by Mall .. .. ...-*5 wII TALKS OF PENSAGOLA ,
I Month" ... '. .. 2 501!i state Troops has been issued by Assets .. .. .. .. . ,. _
Oat Week by Carrier, Payable Monday 10 Adjutant-General Foster: Reserve and other: Li.u, ':!J

I i Louisville & Nashville R. R. "ies .. .. . .
"Circular No. 1.-!State of Florida Birmingham News. -
Adjutant-General's Office, Tallahassee City Editor E. B. Barker of the ;' Surplus (from which Div ---

Aug. 3, 1902.-Pursuant to sec Pensacola Press, is a guest of the Saturday, August 16, 1902. dendsare paid, . .1-- .Q1

tion 39, chapter 46SJ: :, Laws of FlorIda -
uNiON LBEL' family of Mr. George Pearce in Paid to Policy-holder-

the annual inspection! of the organizations decided ROVND TRIP TO 1901 ..... . . .,- ,
composing the Florida Avoudale, having to spendhis ,rt.
New Insurance in HIP i
: :
State Troops will be made at their two weeks' vacation in Birmingham. Chicago $15.00 Cincinnati $14.00 Totalln"uraDceinfor -. ;+ (- '-'
AUGUST 8, 1902ALTHOCUI home stations by the adjutantgeneral He paid the News office a Dec 31, 1901 . r.,.,.
commencing during the last Louisville 12.00 St. Louis '00/
$ $12.00
pleasant visit this morning. Notwithstanding thf .- ,It II",
many would like to week of August and following; an cial strength of the Sect<. "'
Pensacola is Mr. t ,
very prosperous '
Russel sage owns, itinerary hereafter to be announcedin greater security whir '
Barker and the citizens feel holders
orders. says thereby enjoy'
there are but few who would care to general PaTk+

get it in the way he did. "In order that commanding oifi that there is a great future for the I Norfolk, Old Point Comfort, Ocean View, Roanoke, are ter than LOW given and GUARAN by otheIiNOW'LES : lE: _.;

cers may make necessary prepara- place.It Hot Springs, Virginia Beach. !.
IT has been demonstrated by the tions for this inspection, the follow. ,,
ranks now with the best ports of

lack of interest that a in plurality the warmed.overllrhnuy of votes ing"The information inspection is of given regimental: and the United States, having a channel Asheville, N. C., $J4.00 Deer Park, Md., $20.00 IMOS,,

should win nomination.. I battalion headquarters will cover the thirty-three feet deep and 5uO feet Niagara Falls, $20.00 Chautauqua Lake, $20.00 General .\1:1''''''
-.i TH E silver-tongued;: populist, Chas. I' following subjects: I wide, and caring for the largest ship ROVND TRIP. 309 S. Palafox St.. I'EX v \

. A. Towue. once the running mate of "Administration, discipline: instruction I afloat. The government has appropriated -
I' and condition of public j I Tickets good returning until August 31, 1902, inclusive.
William Jennings Bryan, has now $:!NCUO for the navy yard SANTA1ROSAISURFBATHINCJESTABLISHKR
I Through SleepersCoachesChair Cars and Dining Cars. Everything
forsaken the teaching of his preaching property. I ;
there, aDd the Louisville and Nashville the best.
"The inspection of companies, batteries -
and is a maker of trusts. I .
and bands will cover the following -, Railroad Company has spent i
R. W. SUBLETT Ticket Agent Pensacola.
G iVKK.\oK CRANE: of 3Ia":sachtl5-: subjects : I half a million dollars in water front Fish chowder will II.

lieU is mentioned as chairmau of | "Administration, discipline, instruction imp rovetnents. The August/ Belmont i, """ rulld:1Y"I lIiug, pi

the republican national: executive military appearance.aruis, I can arrange to hay
I au immense vessel, is in port j i other refreshmenttime '
r)u a!Ittee. No doubt the republican I accoutrements, clothing, armories durin: the week .

realize they need a "bird" to i and public property. now unloading a cargo of steel rails ,!, terms. :See manage!

manage the next campaign.;: |[ "lJj"ciplillf'-lllder this headingwill for the Louisville and Nashville CHAS. It. ,
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be considered : The efficiency railroad, on which the import duty
IK it.* the high rate of wages: that Green Watson & Co.
of the command attendance at drills, ) b..fl1f.nitur..- .'
road has miles I I
the American working man receive was $4* 000. The fifty See I IryoI ..
manner in which military duties are I
t that causes the high price ofAmericanmade i I of side track: at Pensacola, and frequently -:' } are tn: w
I performed, and the methods pursued
goods, why is it i, to praveut and to punish derelictions I II has as much as MO cars of,i IIAI.UDAY .'; CON OLD>> STAND.>> ,

!hit we can undersell foreign competitor .
; I I I of duty. Summary courts and man. coal on them for export at one time I;i Everybody a rt;: :
in foreign market'.' I II I piece of this earth. But
: j j j I net of conducting the same The decision of the United State 9rht for it. They must w

TICK KIN<. has: recovered so rapidly I! "AdUlilli-tratioll-l'nd..r this heading I to construct the Panama canal: is regarded ch IUce to get it. :and get: 'a

f from tils recent serious illness'| will be considered: The condition Everything in Silks Reduced 'rhos. C. Watson & Co.
by Pensacolians! a5 a good j
i that all present indications: point to of boobs papers aud all the different ; have some particularly Hi!
r funds of the command. thing for their town. It will force | to offer j just now, and ,
the t-ucces-ful coronation next Sat :
: Black Pe de So.ies. Black Taffetas you to come and invest,:!
urday. As we sympathized with "Whether or not company fundsare an immense tonnage through that;. j You will never regret av

England in the disappointment at- regularly expended and accounted port. Last year 507 vessels entered ....India Silks,..... eO.

tmJing the crowning as originally I for."Whether. -- ---
there with 6K'Jo8! tons; 5JO cleared Foulards and Satins.

planned, we now join in the hope i or not officers under- NOTICE TO CAS CONSUMERS
with 614,103 tons These items m.ldeup -
will be failure stand making out all
that there no or untoward company
: All Short ellthand Remnants of Silks and !Satins of I
] oOU78! tons of the imports: Ce- After the office .
incident to mar the propoed papers. 2ac yard JulySl .1 *

coronation. j i iOfK "Whether or not all officers are ment, salt, sulphurate ore, manganese ; Every Kind while they last . . . . ... .. . . } rooms of the Pensacola u,. 11
be at No,. 25! and 27 Ea- .r 'f
zealous and intelligent in the performance ore, muriate potash, fertilizer.The --- (Garden street,
farmers did not get as good aprice I
I of their duties
fur their cotton seed last value of these were 326.:! : and !Short Legths: of Worsteds, Madras and Cheviot* suita C. I F ijtf '-
. yeara fi2'1 REMNANTS -5!
"Whether or not inspections: are MI 1
: conditions warranted and they I Among the exports were 10ts5'.l' Dresses, Girl's Skirts and Shirt Waist There ia i-1:I -
regularly made and by whom. '
rhouldland for a better price' this I I i "Whether or not all orders are of Alabama coal and 1,354; tons of j I great: collection of them and they are worth your consideration. \ This weather magrastgrow. ..'.Ii I t :

.\ ton of -eed yields) gallons I -_ -- -- You ''f
year. i' properly promulgated; and under- Birmingham iron The total value ,, \, can'
uf oil, !:!;. pounds of meal and l.WKj ,
keen Lawn 1
I'i stood. of exports was 14,3s9; 591.! j j cutting .Mr'
of hull. It the mill Curtains Half
pound- costs at Price.Plain
"Each comuiiud should have
on and Grass Shears fro; -
men about $5.50 per ton to handle : I ...
hand and in the following books 1
I u-e : TEX CENTS: WILL ijuv trial size of Willis Hardware Co'

th! -eed. fly tiguring the value of Order book, letters received book Ely's Cream Balm ; enough: to con- Net and Ruffled, pt de Spret, Muslin and
the fliilied products at the regular
letters sent bonk."Commanders, vince that it i is the of' : FRANK SECARrS
greatest! BATH HUf
you :
market rate at any given time, the I I Lace Curtains at Half Price.
of regiments: and remedies for nasal catarrh or colJ in !
f tell what would bea
rmr can ea-ily
separate battalions will be expected the head. Full "ize 50 cents. All -.- --- Deep water sea 'J-'hr'd

f fair price for. -hieed.-. ,!,10 have on hand complete files ofj! druggi-ts.: We mail it. iv, for white peoj' .

. If tli:" length/ of the term of the'presidency United t..teArmy General Orders ELY BROS, 5! Warren :Street 60 REGULAR 50c CORSETS 35c EACH. tendant.compartment Neatest for lash bl' *

! was changed! to one con- '!laud Circulars, A. G. O. General Orders New Yurk.lj --. -- bath: house in the n i

: tectitfve -rniof greater length than ;i and Circulars, and such A. G. i, ; .'! Second :street Albany.: N. Y. i MONDAY cent. FKA -
I MessrELY; BR'S. :-I suffered :, ONLY! 3.; DOZEN LADIESLACE Cor. Cevallo and 7. II'
relate their HOSE i
i 0.epecialOrder-" to { :
! four yearand no president allowed I It'i i greatly with catarrh and tried different 150
I that sold for i5c will .
{ command..
ucived bun-elf it would eliminate i remedies without effect. After i

the nece--ity to u-e the power of j "Hattalion commanders and staff | using one bl\ttleof your Cream Balm 134 134 134 134 134
. I found relief and I cannot
officers should have files of prane
the otth-e to -ei-tire a nomination for j jn ;' .
too highly -uch a remedy. '
; -
., .t'cll11J term wt.ich would be an I, A. G. 0. and Regimental General Ml.vCoKA; 'VII.IARlI. GREEN WATSON & CO. IS-

advantage : but naturally a president Orders and Circulars, and such Kpecj i Sept. -"j, 1M'! !>. 134 134

. perking office for the second time j ial Orders a* reLte to their head- : An Efsons TelfDh nt.

t: will euJea\or to do the quarters or department. 134 : I 134
,,rood to the greatest number of peo-1| "Company and battery comirnnd- e.1 H..JH. .,,1. ..,1:1'i': :
Twice iu hospital F. A. Gull" | Ill the excitement of \
for four least, while ers shoulJ have complete fiUs of,1 j a lively exercise
pie yearat on Verbena Ala. paid a va"t 134.134 134
sum to like 134 134
FOR TRIAL boat-racing or ball-playing,
and General Or- '
the other hand there is no iuceeiitlvc 10.0. Regimental I doctors to cure a severe case of pile, I ,
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, but personal pride to slake a Battalion Order. Circular and cau-iu2i tumors. When all failed they will train their muscle= and jjo .

ttuple long term president u-e his such special orders a* relate to their | ---- ISucklen's Arnica Halve soon cured home limping and sore. Then they Do you want a magnifii; w
him. Subdues Inflammation, con- are glad they have Perry Davis' for little money? If -
t l'1IH for the benefit of the people. \i\ commands. I Walter Taylor, whoassaulted General quers Aches, kills Pains. Best salve Painkiller on hand tooothe the Stephens, the jeweler. H w
"All officers should have file
: on Win. B. Limar at Tallihae-ee in the world. 23c. at W. A. D'Alem- commodate you.
TiiMth ha* been much comment retained copies of all reports which berte's drugtore.PENSACOLA quivering nerves ; to penetrate the -

and many questions u. to why the I' they are required to make.i on Monday, was arrested Tuesdayon muscles with warmth and healing and

Ijotiiivilli4iul Nashville railroad i "In"trl1ctl'Hls-Under this subject a warrant charging with assault CLASSICAL SCHOOL power. It has relieved the pain of All kinds of chair*

bought in n (;.-rllllll) the several car- j will be ascertained whether or not''' with intent to murder. Taylor two generations of American rocking chairs at JlJarston

..t..f -teel rails that have: been imlot | the commands in the ,' Large bottles 2..j and 50 cent $ Quina's. Prices are Wj
are proficient
. waived examination and gave bond. Thirst Annual Motion !?<'(;in. Se[>- .- -
potted through tin port instead of i i I II
'different drills. He before iriiilirr 1:). wo! =.. and tntN I II The low.
was arraigned Judge who
man owns hh own home
from home nullIt I
buying was i ji I "The nature: and number of drills I] June TJ= 11)OJ. iiisurei himself
against lots of
'ruerallyupposed that the home 1| Whi'fHd! for a preliminary hearil\ I
held. trouble
j and
i worry. Nobody can
i: mill*, hl'illt'rruu with orders: "Whether or not command have i I Judge WhithVId held Taylor for the raise his rent, and the rent day has Swell 1ationen !
: coulJ not till the order a* quickly as 1 The aim of this school is to provide no terrors for him. It's to
: easy owna
been instructed and practical in the | circuit court in a bond of ?2,'M), | thorough HIGH SCHOOL and home
,1 Il desired but a recent official now-a-days. Thos. C. '
publication -
various ceremonies.
j i ij COLLEGE PREPARATORY iutruction.
was -
promptly given. WatSOn
I & Co. can tell howea
give*, perhaps! the correct j "Target practice. i, - :, The school i is of especial =y it i iCall and see !Some of the !iiaini-i -

t' answer. Germany Clad an accum- j| "Whether or not 1I011-COllnUiiI-i' j interest to three: cla-ses : COB has t-vt'fn'IIJ: : '

Mated *arpluf iron and ..tet-1111\n- ; BAY EXCURSION I 1. Those who having: complete1 on di-play. Y I. .
ed officers' school are ht'Li. '
; the grades of the public -chool wihto OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine .
-is ufacturecaued by overproduction j "Whether or not theoretical and SUNDAY AFTERNOON pursue! theirtudies further with- them bf-fore.V' u II'

t. lAud reduced hoiiit- demand, owing j practical instruction i is given the I out leaving home. I 1 tri-h Liner til

i' to a temporary depression, and of.j i, private fn military exercises and du- ., 2. Those who wish, with the aid I oysters today. Try them aud shapeMatch. -' r

f' fered the, rail- at a remarkably low j tiff. The steamer Enterprise will take of the careful individual attention NIC A}'O"T: r.E. .
I Ift I\: : I I that: can be given in smaller I j
: -;: prier Due to toe low foreign; prices, "Military: arpelunce.-l'lldH this I excursionists to the Live Saving and a longer se.;-ion, to cla-se"l ---- -

. Import of steel and iron maaufac I I heading will be noted the military I Station Sunday afternoon, leavingPaLtfox i( more rapidly than: is possible for I II FINE STATIONERY.c 'The Fountain Pee'
increased iu round them public schools.
. lure numbers I, bearing and appearance of the I Itroops iI I
I wharf at 2:30 o'clock. 3. Those who are themselves
lO.un'.Ut1" during the last ti-cal year Plentyof i fitting -
,I aud export- decreased IH.tAXi.Ut.'O.. I "Uniformity and fi: of clothing. j| time for surf batttio;:. Ki-li chow- I> In addition for the usual instruction V. Thompson, No. 11 South I is an mstrume i' 'if

"Personal c'Iolnlir.e"". :> der will bs served on the beach. in English; Mathematics, History Palafox street has just opened anew more than it c.r. w

| PEas.: \cwA'ulaguiftcent showinga "Arms-Their condition and sufli- ) Round trip ;33cetits. GeocMphy L htin, etc, i ill*trucI supply of Linen and Bond when it i is a return .
cotton port, shown by the pastyearrecord thou is offered, vHlmut ,sirn tuition,
ciency. I Papers, white, blue and with I i h-i- the \Vattrn. P
( gives her a peculiar j I J. E. HEEII.Manager., in Greek, French, German and Spanj : gray
"Armories and Public Property. f ish. The !school is conducted at the Envelopes to match, Oxford sizes ; ,, the beet
( lutere-t in anything that pertains t"'j' j'
1 Under this heading will be ascertained corner of West Gadsden and Spring also Foreign Mail Tablets with Envelopes I i -
th development of that staple. whether not buildings .street-, in a building which is to to match. Ink. Pencils, i 1
J The depirtuifriit of agriculture! is armory i LOOK PLEASANT, PLEASE.Photographer I be arranged to adapt it especially to GRAND EXCURSION.
are ?o constructed and are in 'I I I I Penholders, Klaukbooks Files etc.,
1'j' diBtributing; throughout the South ; C. C. Harlan, of the needs of the school.

1 It ..tot."l.f the Egyptian cotton plant, such tate of repair that property is F I I: Eaton, O., can do so now. though for I The number of pupils in attend. etc., always on hand.

secured against; fire, theft and dam 'years.' ; hec.nldn't. because he suffer- ance is limited. Hence those de ir- Phone 234.:
which it believed ...
is will flourish in 1 ed untold from
ii \ agony the worst form ing admittance should communicate ---- '-

1 all district* in which ordinary cotton age."The ,''of!, il1di estion. All physicians and I as early as possible with the Princi I From Hut to Cold.
will grow. Any farmer desiring condition of public property, '' medicines failed to help him till he : pal.

1 :and whether or not Used for private tried Electric Hitters, which worked | For further information, terms andcatalogue I Dysentery is prevalent everywhere
t.) experiment with the I
t Eptlanf ;;. : such wonders; for him that he declares address in summer and is due to miasmatic
cotton will receive a supply of seed purpo I' I' H. poisons, and begins abruptly with
Officers are expected to take such they are a ;godsend to sufferers CLAY AKMSTKOXU:: To Marianna and Riv> J'
1 application to the agricultural from dyspepsia and inflammation of the mucous liningof .
upon stomach Principal or :Sunday mornin, Au tr
stepas may be necessary' to fully j troubles. Unrivaled for PERCIVAL the large bowel. In America the
department. The Egyptian cotton : dieaesofthe H.WHALEJR.., Union depot at 6 a, m
iu prepare their commands for this insiei"n. stomach, Liver and KidDOV Assistant. I disease is common but properly Dual excursion over pRound a
take* piecedeut Liverpool over treated does not result
They build and give -- -- Ii as seriously as
up new to trip, to Mari l
the Americ'in product account of I in the tropic Perry Davis' Painkiller ,.
the whole Try them .
system. Only Junction & Fr'
t7A8TORIA. fi ) '
"By command of the Governorand i ,
its general cleanliness has a much I 5(>. Guaranteed by W. A. D'Alem- Btut tie I-!! K lid YJ'J Ha\e A'oafl'' ScsjbJBlfMttrt is the best known remedy and Marianna, ?2 60: to R v
Commander-in-Chitf. jj the most efficacious iu the
longer fiber atd it-. seed can be berte. druggist. treatrueLt 13. tickets good fOJ fi,
re-I ''J. CLIFFORH II. FOSTER, -JI-Jfl. of dysentery.The .
i '
turn -
regular >
moved by a set i-f rollers! so ': '' 01 on any j .-
"Adjutant-General )1 ajor.j eneral, Grass Shears that will cut I tTb : Purchase tickets at
that it is not nectary to cut the i
finest line of '
sterling silver For further inform
F. :S. T.
cotton, and destroy the length and close, at the Willis Bard. mattresses for the goods and silver novelties is to be i ROB ..

Appearance of its fiber,in ginning it. I Try the NEWS Want Column. I ware Co's. I\\I I lie Best t U price. M. ever Pryor.sold here. please found at all.J. I. Htepbecs'. Prices to I I' Excursion p. TH' V"* **.',,'

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3\TO. Booa.o''EAl. .: j
C. President; F. C. NORTON Cashier G)2S525'2525ZSESS52S25 ;
t.J. .Yice-Pres.dent; M. E. CLARK Ast Clshfer.
10 Yards 10 Yards


PENSACOLA, FLA. Recent charters are : Nor bark I
for 45c. 0{ I' for 45c.
Designated Depository of the United States. Farorit &95 tons, sawn etc., Genoa,

fe7s 6d ; Dutch ss Amstel, 150b ton; ,
Condensed Statement at the close of business Auz. 6, 1902. _s sas 2sPsa E2 5P-s
sawn, etc., two ports Holland,7 a.6d ; - - ---

RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. Br ss Jacob Bright, 1734 tons, sawn

able .. .. ..... ...... ...... .. .. $346,771.89 Capital Stock $200.000.00) etc., Leith and Tyne 82s.6J ; Br es .TO MAKE ROOM. :
Loans; 17.1420 Surplus 10,000.00) .. .
"r 'V 1023.64 Net Profits 10,000.68 Ursula Bright, 2114 tons, sawn. etc ,

.. I' :.d. ; and Premium... ...... ...... 80,250.00( Circulation...... .. .. .. ...... .... .. .. .... 75,00000) Holland 77s.6d, option two ports 80s ;
,unte, etc. 2,625.00 Deposits 354.29406 ron OUR
F ,, :au1 6,718.48 Br ss Burbo Bank, 1818 tots, sawn, r

..:..;. 499.12 etc., East or West coast ,England, I
: Kif'.ttifre: : 193,492.41
-- 80s ; Nor ship Sigurd, 1499 tons, lumber New Fall Stock f

$649,294.74 $649,294.74 Buenos Ayres; Ell ; Br ship E. t

.1 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. I. Spicer, 1268 tons, sawn, etc., Port !

Natal, 115s. WKAIJI: I

- B, H. FAIRCHILD, I dent of the First National Bank of I II NOTES OF NEWS i SESSION -t Great Reductions
| Pensacola, is; named among the 10-DAY'S Offering t

L'I'I10LBT17RfR !j stockholders. The others are ThomI I

3 EAST ROMANA STREET. j I I'asR. Miller, D. Gillis andV.. W. FROM FLORALACorrespondence I OF POLICE COURT

Downing of Brewton. I i\ ALL ISiL'.AIt'l' IIN'l'S.

.. n -
Specialty Don't think that eruption of yours; Daily Sews. I I II There were twelve cases; on the

can't be cured. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla I( docket before Mayor Jones thisI
Florala, Ala., Aug. 7.-Strangers j MATTINGS AND RUGS. ( ,:
I'lionoIOC?. I -its virtue is its power to I I morning, three of which were con-

[ cure. .I here yesterday and today must have '| tinned. The fines aggregated *25. ALL MATTINGS LAID FREE

I - --- thought a battle was in progress! | The case of Foreman R. F. Hester

R K. WHITE, {GEORGIA MURDERER I Ii i, as the cannonading could of the L. & N., charged with obstructing f Gallery Rockers, $1.50.

t Manufacturing Jeweler i be heard at regular interval.but it I ; the street, corner of ,
Wright and Cevallos street:, by a Willow Rockers, $2.00 up.
4. iIllIlIl4' Optician, !i j IN BIG LUCK I II was the boom of industry. Dyna- I
I train of cars which he was weighing,
All Wool 30x60 Smyrna Rugs $2.00
j mite used blow ;
.I I'mxroU. IU. i; I II was being to up was taken under advisement I I
I --
- I stumps in clearing away the site for I i I Frank Faulks, charged; withi Irons Beds $4 00 up.

-" .- II j :Sheriff Hight of ThomasvilK Ga., the Jackson mill. i I i I| throwing stones, wa sentenced to 30 I II r

(\ ,' is here today armed with requisition The portable mill owned by Wm. :' days in \jail\\. I Refrigerators at Cost. f iA
![ papers for Ed Burnett, alias: J oVil.on Harrison has been moved to the mill Frank Jackson, charged with vagrancy -I
HEWS NOTES i ii i was given SO day I Regular $14.00 Size Hardwood Refrigerator 1
\ wanted in Thomas county, -ite to cut lumber for dwellings; andframing Joe
!' UUlI'i. I Moore charged with failiu to Sale Price $10.00. .
-< Jeorzia. for murder, but the i* for the mill, etc. report a ca-e of coutdgiou-ickn -;,
----- ---- i missing.Burnett. I Daniel Hughes has contracted was given (V) days: New Stock of Welds' Linoleum Just Received,

i will rfiv a gr:1nJ 1 was :arrested some days
with Henry Johu;ou to build him a None Better.

It :w early d lti.I .. ago by OlHctrs Helton, who had a I dwelling to coat $3; ,(OoO.(
---- --- -----
I Ii b.i-ebill: club met description of the Jeorgii murderer I The $1,000 dwelling of H. A. :i iI

I- lid" to di-b Ilid for and was confident this wa the right Hughes has just been completed I We are Receiving our New Line of Fall Shoes. j

man. and is fitted up with electric lights
;I, For August to date. .. SW.I7i Ultra Shoes for Ladies.
r J tme; .\.
it thl, port, is reported capture and wired that he would New York, where he has been to | CLKAkLI: Excelsior Shoes for Boys. "
of Africa.ulitl Span Vivlna lusj. Ruiz by Gaf! Tran'it
i-t come for the man as soon as he I Co for .' ..
purchase fall and winter good Liverpool with 'M.lMi 6 ft timber.SIi
|i IIMt\J 5 It lumber, lay:; fq bales cotton 'li..100\5 bus Heywood Shoes for Men.
; : to attend last could get requisition papers.; I Col. J. E. Hughes sold several I| i! a hrxta, butts leaf tohiiCCO, M.IOI oaki
i i ttavrssa sks ,
peanuts -.7 ct'drJol..ti! HXiI
was n.) meetingttiouer. Yesterday, however nothing; further town lots here this week I bbs Hour, value, fJi'!! Allen's Celebrated Children's and Misses' Shoes.

t'".nun..rce. i --
having been heard from the
President J. S. Reese of the Yel SAILED.
Just Received 100 dozen Princely
-, has an officers: Burnett and Andrew Crow- low River railroad was here I I Span e<> \ \'lna. Uulz. Liverpool
yestH'Ir. Nor bk HUllb."mnd r5en, c>..iDtandrrKOT1CE
:.-.bent in this ell, who was being held for an Alabama day. I[ Shirts at 50c each.

-, everyone whoJ I TO M AKIN EHS.i ___........ .....n... ..__.._... _. __... .. . .
olllcer, were both, by order of Covington of the Covington j i
Mayor Jones, released: from jail. Company of Jacksonville was here a I vice require the inspection of Horpitnler vessel. from-
.'.n"tln i.; I foreign ports via domestic ports north ofI W. J. & B. FORBES.
Sheriff Hight has turned over his few iuys last week I boutUern Maryland, but via such ports at
j I. ceme- I Hbip Island where full praiyurs glv..ofor"
::..w in a i warrant for Wilson{ alias Burnett, W. L. Cawthon of DeFuniak will i requisite southern to entrance port, iD'p-ction, is not prei -

j also a description of the man, to II begin a commercial business liNe -

i herilf :Smith, who has deputies nut !' S,..TICI If You Buy Them at the Boston Shoe Store. They arc (iood'
1 :' ', ':. Sept. 1. | The Marine Hospital Service has ututcl I
..1 ': ,. looking; for him and hopes to capture i Dr. Crenshaw of Pen-acola has the"Col.1I0's.Is following: winch lire known and )

J II. I''.- I Id. II f him before night.JUST [ located here occupying the Johnson from wbicli domestic are in ports regular of the trail I'nited. with Florida store ,I Satisfaction and Service \
-- -- -- ntayrnterwtthuutdetention or Inspectionwith
LOOK AT HER. !building recently purchased by J. J. the umlerMandibg that if Mckue, ol

dial It of Andaln any character wnatsoe\er shall develop IIAVI: .M .\ III:
I Payne during the voyage; to Florida port soailrepoit
i Whence that I j
came : sprigntlytep
'. i intennent ; I
\ -: jHionttreet to the quarantm ottlsers for mbpectloil -
faultless kin rich, rosy complexion Dr. Allen Miller of Million has; dl.ipuhltlon.."
.: was I Mailing face" She looks goods, feels -----
located here and has his ollice in I! 4 Boston Shoe Store Shoes -/-t
;i"u.r forum.rvr ;;lInd. Here's here ;;pcret.he ue; I THE SHIPPING.
', I Dr. Kin;;':! New Life Pill. Hp..ult-I Williams Bro .' drui tore. ,, t
arrived thisr all organs active digestion good, no l'( ) FU1..1U.
r,- ..f 2.IUI snapS -, headaches no chance for "blue"." Dr. Dan Stephen, dentist, ha-> VKSSEL8 IN roar .
i .t.Jcrs & Co., and Try thorn yourself. Only 25c. at W. permanently located here.The !, tTeAM5tI1P; The eve is satisfied with thetyle ant fiuih ; the foot i- .iti-H-J: with the
t'A. D'Alemberte's. Kr August Heluiont. 1W7, Rogers, to L j
p. G. Howard are I I Central hotel and every board. I i I :N ItKrCtlurnun'l"nethrtll9H It perfect fit and absolute comfort ; the pure i- -atl-tieJ: with H fair .

in; house in town is crowded with ;I, lr l'aprnor,1d51 l. Kodliam. to H 11 H I'.oyer I'.oyer price for superior shoes that will give better mo"
: Br jtayfield, MW: Tysen to \V L NVItt'ichi than those purchased fol"ewhHf'
lttl'llIlwce :a-etn- ; prospectorsani still they come. 1
I Br Kingsland ItJaOlt's, to Peostccla '
- -
.n Klutl last! eveningTt The of : Lumber Co 1
family Civil Engineer Martin i I

Dancing,-* by the indulged pei.-acola: TO CO TO THE ASYLUM : will arrive this week and occupy : l'uowoly.t Ito, }:Kndymion Co ,-.HII'I: .m, Kaars. I,' BOSTON SHOE STORE 1 -- : the Huckubaa building.Our Nor Noreg, len: l.KARKaKus Bjornien. to order ,

t if lirt't'II'at."n. &: Fannie Wheatherford. a negress, !. streets are being put in good Australia \l1:. Kaierston, to order XATIIAX (:. roit'lii3lii: : rn'|.riHin. j
condition. Nor AMeinore, ion, Hansen to order
The need
next will be
d ::t irreat drive in ; who has: been confined in the county i i Nor Klleser. -j 4. Johnson, to order
k- dre-s good-, lace' water work, electric lights and a Nor Figaro.1(44.irl.en, to order Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street.
jail since June 25 on a charge of lunacy Nor Manila. l'i"l I.arsnn/.o SSL Co .
ituch low prices telephone ..telU. Nor :-'Noidenkijold;, -Neilsea, to Kr J :
I will be rent to the asylum tomorrow !i Fy schreyerTHE ,I
I. can decorate their .
-- -- --- NAVAL STOKtH MAKhtTl.I SAM: UOSAsritp
>i.r-olH. I morning;. It has been im-j II I
; I t UepClrlt'd nally for The N...... II B.\III1\C.: I-rAlil.l: "' uINTBathing
possible to sooner send her to the THEATRIGALSEASON WEATHER .
i iic-grit boy who ; i Culnntatal Stores Co.
1-' .....-1..11 of the crib;- asylum because of the existence of I II in the warm: gulf water i iconceeded hi ;
I I BOIII9. to be the fin..,.t ID the
:need to -ix rnnuttt.iUniill-pox I in this county, that intitution ww.. re f.i: H 'm. ._. .... ...f! 11I1 world. FverythHlirforplea-urewith! ;

i- t'..--tate reformatory I; refu-mj to receive patientsunless ; |! TO-DAY Iwo .. IJ bI,' (7. .. .... .._ I :fllI safety. Gaud hoard and lodgHlg l by i.

'* ill In- rent to tint inri'T I Y--' .. .- H pI I' ..... ._.. ....... 1 nM thedayr'rweek. I.unchroipronijt. J
i i1 a clean bill of health from the . ...... \5 E..... .....-. I :.'0 ly served at all hour, day: orClMKLKH IIllht.

:Smith tomorrow county could be 'iven. I Local l horeca-t-ra tonight\ and Saturday : I K.._ .. ... ........ :! 4., D .. ..._........ I h. II. BI..III .
Tht- theatrical season will open : fresh winds, b..comlng'Iflabl.... L- .............. _... loS t A h..low ..... I I"I 2m-tf Manager.un. 'I
; The woman was a rl"
!: ,
.1 I tgoss d i(>dt his j jj An4::. :-"J with Hermann the Great, to I I KPIIUTI .TUBPI"TI. ___ ._&_-_t.t___ S T O TT I A. .
j when put HI jail, but by kind
-: tint eminent treet, j j treat-I he followed by the Boston Ideal Temperature in Last 24 Hours : I A Necessary Precaution -ar.t!. P k '[1 t .1'4 .1I1\f iewnVC7.Or.
ment from Sheriff Smith and Maximum ... .
Theke sdegrerMinimum I I tLl
'?' d :1'; yeai" I fffi I Opera Company for a solid week b..- ."n'. ....... .n...... ...... n 7>)degrees Din't neglect a cold. It !iol worst' //f/.t l'I
place at 10::W si iioruing from thermeiit J[ ginning Sept. I in "A Persian Houeymt Temperature Elsewhere :: l' By u-iiig One Minute Cou:, h Cure
W I ane. It believed ?he will soon be :
This i is aid to be of rou can cure it at once. LIt tvs in- + > Kir"lture- "
St.Ii.- >on. one .Mai. IIII *
in restored to at the Min tl immatinu cl-ar the head, sooth-- I \Yon \IVanl\
reason ,
a-ylum. ... t
.. I
\tlantaKinmrok .. ..... ...
I __ the rtronpest opera companieon the ... ... .... .... ..., :; I and strengthen: the mucous nifinibraue. too 'li\OK'i<.

',rimer has called: .j i i Kor Liver :0-11.1) 1 ewes.I road and Manager Coe i* to be con- Cbicaoto ... ..... ....t,:! :, Cares coughs. croup, throat (
Cincinnati ..._........_ ,,' and lung trllubr -.. Ab-olutely safe
I >Ixs.w'I.-"LOw'n tlH THlN, : ornival also securiu them. '' '
; the I( gratulated upon Huron .. ......._.._.. to! :4 !, Acts immediately. ChiMren like it. I ,
,.'k tonight in the been used.. for over suty years by imllionsul -- -- -- -- ---- Jacksonville ... n..... .... .. \II' ;. 1 H-dT-fi- Pharudcy, J'lhn'hpr.ard: and good crap nets at the
moth n for their children while ,
teething Kan<-a' ity..t. :
i :Ilttrrer room. The ;' with prrfrct.uccrs.. It soothes tits child Key W'e'.tMeinphi ... .. ... r. j' ;Sidney Kahn. j jI J Willis Hardivacr Cos. i
aofteiisthe guin',allays all pxtncurrt a luJ | f- 1\ r to incorporatingii colic, mid l Is the best rehiedy for 1'iairboea MobileMontgomery ... "'I if Garden hose at the Willis II* I
\ member are rei ;;| II will relieve the pant little sufferer Immediately. ...... .... W ;u
Sold by lirUKgnta tnevrr, oart Sew Orleans .........._... 9r ;; ,
i of the world. Twenty nve ceut a bottle. >'e''' Yorkavannati .. "4 .; Hardware Co's.III !LAKEVIEW DAIRY.j 1 j
... ...... -- -
tit'curs you ask for"M I rs. WlnMoWs" South : 1>= 71
.: trotting race be- ng :yrup," "ad take no otner kind. St. LoUI"I'.. ... .. ry, bt for the I
..f George; ltin le* --- - ---- t I tt II re SSeSThe ever old here. I IMIOXI: tn.i I
t'I 'plf' M. 1' fur. i
Prllll'l'llun !
.1 :Nill i* promised a B'NAIB'RiTH ( -
A i
uiture ntore.
of the East End Democratic demands that i j jO
k 'ii Aiuut't'th. A i! : you be on the alert lo I I,
,. taking-, Club will be held see th 1t you get Painkiller ( Perry I Get Our Summer Prices on the
:.1 I I. : uifti are
.A. S T O I
PICNIC SUNDAY t Daviwhen you ask for :ItI4A.Bear. : I
.'.*' coming race I II r tonight o'clock sharp dealer will try and persuade itjsomp you to .tie 1'e K ii YI Ha'a A'Aafs !3 V ,I Best Milk in the City.

h'II.;/ trained everyr I at the club's headquarterson ; take something else, claimed to be Bpat 11fl. I Iof I 1!,
Government street. All just a* good : insist upon getting Painkiller Our Stock haVe Oaly Fore Water t,)
Alpha Lodge No. 219, B'nai B'rith ;j members are respectfully; the remedy which ha been -- I I Drink. No Ktagnant 1'0.)14 withJu
f.'.I1Jt'mb"'r..f the the worli' family doctor 60'' ,, TwoMIIof (cur Dairy.
for ftkfecial
J> t..t part in the will'e a picnic at Magnolia IJlutfi.! invited to attend as buiness years ; it never fail to stop diarrr-.i-a: Lay the dust. You can buy I I'rites to Hotels and Ketaurant

frampark } fterddy Sunday. The train will leave th e of importance is to be griping pains; in the stomach or bow garden hose at the Willis -

i .v-ore* nut of a pus- Union depot at \1 o'clock a. m. All T iI transacted. eh and, dysentery oO cents. etc. Large bottles 25 Hardware Co. R. M. AVERY, Prop. !

\\ l;. F tbe>*. :-T ; J. M.i. who attend are assured a delightful I:I ; -- I I"t I

T. Mnrgin, 4!': V. .1t'1}> \Viinle: ittle.1NTEUMantolakeehnrgeof. Forth* next
( i-. Kupfram kith.Mims. d 'I day: of plea-ure. II|II w. : Aiwost t C Cost t : ;t : I VIRCINIA COLLECE
offlc uiture O.M. For YOUNG I.ADIKS.
t i5. I II j I 1F.\'r i f.I.i.h:1" a marvelou* !1di .. .. ... herein, A. T.frniacola. Addr ..t.wtthreference Pryor'a to make room for new r I penrt..n. IH I II"... Vas
I ... ........,.... ..... Morrh. >o. a lirouehinn I 'Kcuools Oj the leading:
stock. for
street \OUIIB
i and t'arannahtia. Ladies
While refreshing
1.H..llk .f Brewt"l1 has I' tt'ticllul' ...... .. Wt' New buildm< pianoi and)n eijuiproeai.the Hitub.
111 'ii "f uiccrporitionaiy pleasant!,! : to tike. it helps ainulation I Campus ten acres Orand mount4n.ene-
1)4-r. I ry la Valley of Va.. famed for
"f t tate of .\1.\- :I: of f.od.t.lld: by II All kinds of Furniture v ....,.. at almost cost for the i ropeanandAmercaateaches.. bt-altb.VailCoor.e YoQi -

; .."..trFhf. C'ipitil', DANNHEISSERBROS.ItrtlMni __ I' 't rPUOr t' at nearly cost, LO.r OR HTOLKM-A baby't necklace. .'I' FurnI'tore next 60 days to make I Con 1:locutlon.otud"nh.< adantall"lu Ar'.Mu..caod
I from
', 1 1 Jul U to make loom for diamond heart locket, -HelenMengraved II' room for new stock. For catalogue"tldrl.'UMA1TI" tu.rly rtlalei.
Ji i: \So ud i-JT.iX'O i 3I Wood on back. Liberal reward for rei ;
the Jiorrhern
I fm new stock. turn to C. K. Kurgoyce. raft 0. M. Pryor. : V. HAfU:!$. Prejldent.
F C. Brent. prei- u*in PfLj-B&Isam.:: l e wrjui care Tor cower; I, : J'.oanoke, \'..


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: OF TOWER HILL may be from overwork but One of tile ways of reckoning; the age Treasurer of the Brooklyn East End Art Club. ,

I the chances are Its from an inactive of the world Is that adopted by. Pro- I

'cat LIVER i i fcfcsor July of computing how long a

[Or!hat.] time iniij-t have elapsed for the sea, I, EN3TRUAL irregularities to their health! it 4..'_.:i

i I In the reign of Woody Mary there With a well conducted LIVERone which was at fn!'>t fresh to become I are cener- have more happ V.",,'i
the beginning mothers and
ally diufc-"
liud near Tower hill in London. :!.c can do mountains of labor charged with all the salt it now con- i of a woman's trou if they would use r.. 'l." ,s.;'J.

armor maker named Cronin. His without fatigue.It / ': tains. Cuidcd \>y the amount of chloride ble!. With the vitality at a hg nce in the matter r ,-iI-

I Louie was kept for Lira 1.y hIs oaJj: adds a' hundred cent to of sodium otherwise common salt, low ebb, the Hood weakened ( .a ClDesob.rvmg re ..;, IrL\
per i John Murray, the digestion disordered would find
!: daughter; Cictly, who was of an is- which aivordiiiK to Sir that tK- ixtrs

: and witli..l ones earning capacity.It the sa contains Professor Joly concluded ; she goes about pale- prescriptions do n 'ter- as
F i I treiiit'ly gentle ifciNisitiuu
be kept In healthful action that the earth was SO.roll. l') to faced, hollow- )'e would can f
tender hearted that she goI
so Bard, a piteous contrast to credit for.
JU.iiOOt) .M) old the London
I says
r I: out of hir way to avoid trending on a by and only by years Dr. Imbuis bas reported in the blooming health of 4 "In consulting t;'. K rv

I I worm. She was beloved by her fathr's Telegraph. her former self. But over ItasIJuM.Snyder. druggist heaivneiMfrte': :! ,
this matter to the Academy of Selfruts
have found Tine of Cardui
1,000,000 women i-i Th. .
assistant John Gaunt a plain Amsterdam, and he is led to Wine of Car ui. "
health again by taking Black-Draught, acd ? t 1" s tt

honest young 1'1.11whu was respect dispute Sir John Murray's estimate: of As a regulator cf the menstrual period and have every reason to thar. :.'"1 h,

WHEN BABY !; ed by all who kHl'hi!:!. Cicely was TltfSTAKE Pills j the amount of sodium carried to the Wine of Cardui has never been Known a new life opened up to me witw ",,: rd

I I,I favorably dispiu-c-d to Juhn Gaunt but : sea by river. the outcome of bis oxnmination to fail. It has: seldom failed to restore health and: it only took three n: ::::. :,

IS COMING did not encourage his suit. Indeed the [ being to reduce the ape of perfect health even in the moat persis cure me"

I I; 'did not know LIT mind aud was feari I the means of the world to about 24.- tent and aggravated! case of weakness. You may secure the sae-: +" t.

i; ful wounding Urn. Miss Ida M. Snyder, of No. 535 Her- MissSnydt-r : ''
;; I'outars.'e'
I IMother's NO SUBSTITUTE. OfiO.OOO years. This agrees fairly well t. ..
USE I I One turning; the was going to the Brooklyn. N. 1., has used as she took; it. Th-Mf! ,r : .
with Professor Suites calculation that Wine
|i of CarJui and she It helped
-------- --- say r
i Thames to get a Lurk.t.If water aiidwLle Draught is the companion I., i
over Tower hill the meta ro asc ner. came at times the deposition! of the pco'odcal strata her into a new life. Health to b iss Wine of Cardui and it H a''. :
Friend! pacing f. \: up ; :
i which began as soon as there was seai Snyder is worth a great deal. She is .
iI; man sauntering along jetiMU-ly, as before Cicely, alternating with that : with: intellectual l- bowel regulator which a si--, : 7I
i: 2iX"0,000! attractive woman
!i and land has taken some an young ,
I though he III.rl'lIlI1c weight upon his of her stranger lover, John seeming attainments ani she occupies in effecting a cure. If y u t 1 '. .a
I Itlk'i1 |I million two 1I'8s'dot's
('ar'! A or more or I
.. : .1:.. ':u ..! In':rjty anJ I muni. L'Ktly! was i-ajitmiU-d! by t!.e of h .>i..>, the stranger typical'' : not matti-r. Professor George the position of Treasurer of the Brookmedicines: according to dirt'. '. ;
ra4I'r's and especially of End Art Club. This relief and cure is simple tare ,
tiepair.When East position
appe-aranev lyn
'. I." 'f li.i-. :1' 'en her to Darwin will not accept Us than TitVC I
j f. .'...1. 1cTC :,\'ul 1\: j-. kteuy! I by a r'rt:111Iomht.rrll'o; abut him. all was ready, the mournful 1)0.1)14'c'ar8 since the earth thrpof'! I marks her as a person of intellect, culture cured quickly! and others 1 1 :

a .. s'ie! for>crt the juv, ambition At the moment they ['assed each other procession proceeded from the prisonto I and refinement and it speaks hit h.' L cause the disease has 1'<,11. :,
the moon PS a needles incumbracce.and and trust her fellow Remember how Miss Snyder .
s t- IP m I tkic 1Ik-i"ng :Ito;t iction the Tower clock struck 11. l'mtly remembered Tovvr hill! where was gathered an of the respect t' ; '
cV:1'1[ Mie hall become revolving on her I have in her. She writes: of Cardui and has h'a'a.! '1" ,,
i ; .Il Im" tiy daia the clear the boar and the next day ! throng. Cicely supported; her women _.

"I.. t rang so soon to :etr light and take her I own axis lung before.I I "If women would pay more attention medicines are offered y m tWINE \)- she found herself impelled to mount the
., I i tni tn*-. aiding her to stepsof i I I I I
L"therl:1I! !
t \\ sec a
sty bucket shortly before 11 t.> go again to the seaffoiiL There stood; a muffled :I
.. School.The .
: .I"trnc i'nc btssile her (f '
t i >'v I I1
the '111:11:1fllr water tJlIl1l1 she figure, leaning on an ax. Cicely looked A 'II'f'rl'.1
f ; ,',\-1 1 t: h..t\o hi-r expectancy.Mother's : (I ri.iyet.nmre school it Hnfleld. Qf CARD I have frun. ."
FrU-nJ app'.inl externally would not acknowledge to herself that from her mistress to the sea of upturned HnsUnd. has tru-d a i.nxcl eKperimentin Wine "f.'ar r

t' .: 1 -'';:n.I"1;1rdi..w the she dij so in tits hole of mtftiiijj the faces and there, among them allow inir Its pupils to keep: ilog A

G i ]' r::-"ti.'n. a :,I an utnther and tl".1I1I'r.; She did mitt him and this was the:. sympathetic face of John kenm dull has been formed of whicha -

t -1' ..:.t' '.< '.u .4!:!'iy, ".irtvtrort, )., time k,' lookitl at her with Lis intlan-1,I Gaunt When her l.y.n'rl' turned master is president and the boy dog

I : ; '.i \'"!. ..!1. ; '!'i- bVitvKtl: aujc choly eyes and said: again to her mistress' she was kneeling THE NEW GROCERY STORE.MOVER
nirinbfrs. Each is
I owners are boy responsible I
.'. : .
r i : n '\I'iin mutually < .
; "If you are going to the HUT for Watt before the bloik. The math ed fig-: I
for his! and for thestate
i < i i ..v':11.,1 t.,e of this; j, own dog :
r. would! gladly carry jour buck lire threw off his cloak and there I 0 _ 0
uf its konr.el. I'.uiMinsrs suitablefor - - -
J: : '. it MoTKI.U! S rRIE D. -

: ,, j. .. ;i' r !,ottle., et. stooil the stranger of Tower hill: I this purpose were opened by the

t ( .' '. Motherhood" "inli-.I free. -It is very LgLt: ," said C!I't IS'. blush- Cicely fainted and was handed down Counters of Warwick! some years ago. WILL
in "It Mill be heaUer when it i* I
Into the arms of Join (Jaunt. When
liE 8R40F.EI.O; RECtlATOR CO. Atlanta Gi ; I Of the success of the experiment the

full." she came to Lerself she threw her I' head master says: ''It has been found I Keeps a Complete First-Class Up-to-Date Stock
-- -- ,
I The stranger spoke with so soft a arms about his neck and w'ept.
that the care of dogs is a sound means
voice and so nsin-ctfully that Cicely ALICE linn B.UBorn.I I of Fine Staple and
To Open Electric Line. ; of moral discipline to the youth of I Fancy Groceries.

.\'llll.a On .\UK 7.-Augusta has conM'iitf. and he walked with her to I j
mankind while thoroughly agreeableto
1 t.. ,. .' the rlMT. ::>imritiM-ly told Lira that Sport. i I I No 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block.
ii for the formal opening ot "Automobiling is not likely to endure I boyish Inclinations. Every one
the maker -'
her father was Cronin. armor
th.1111'11& and! Aiken eledric rail BS a sport. knows how dearly the English boy I I TILKPIIO.NK ,
I. where she lititl: and all about Ll'r.I,
H'i>' Tl'. ooa=ion will he ('elehrat I -vlt. kopiiiK that this would cause him "Xo; people are already so shy that likes to keep a dog, and under proper .

f d 'L\ ::.'itatl..n to iM' but :
to be equally frank with her
,f' >41.. ,Atoi.: the road to he guests I said notLiug of liim"flf. and nil Cicely wben anybody is run dnwn.-T.lfe. t tends to make him kjnd to all animals -. ICE AND WOOD.

tiC A'IICII..Ta ou that .Uj. Cars will! --- - white It also enables him to enjoy 1
('1.uM get from him was> that be was
!br I" ,uJt-d by the railway company etuplo'trl at the Tower. Nevertheless "I had diabetes in its worst form," I the open air and in the most sensible -i I WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L> nOER TRADE

,., writes: Marion Lee of Dunreath and natural manner to learn
al: I In! AuK'i"ta ihamher of cornale' a
('icily went home with her: heart in R I
eightpbysimns EVEK FEFCRE
With-I deal of the laws of
'< Yo tl!! fI'I..h'r a barl"tue banqu j jin i limit ter. out relief. Only three bottles great common nature -!

n. r .it I.iki- flew park I IBibb I Then the revolt the and the ways of animal life.
came aeainst ley's Kidney: Cure made me a well : I IEspru..rl SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW.

I li-iritimte veri'lsm: headed by the man.V.. -A. D'Alemberte, 121 S. I
of he White Honie.
County's Tax Retjrns.u I uke of Northmnbf'rland and aided by Palafox. '
Aside from the president's salary and Thompson Olsen & Co.
"n. Ga., Ausj 7.-The tax re I! his 1'011. Lord liiiiitonl: I udley.] ro place : ,
-- -
the expense of keeping the White
r : 1 IHHi county for this year : the I.ItC'r's'ifl", I..uly Jane (ire> r,n

''. ..' ..onjulnl and show an !nI the throne. I )Itt- day Ctivl.x saw armed House in repair it costs the go\"ern'l Manresa Street, Telephone 1'; ;.
I BEST FOR( THE ment only about ?I>:J.O)O a year to oper- _
I I I i i 't |. "1.:1:':! over last jear. The men hurrying past| her Louse to the ate the establishment Of this amount i

'.1 t:'Lta are fl6.951.417.: The I Tower, from which sudilihlbur>-t ESTABLISHED
$;;o.Ot") is expended in the salaries of I 1863.
; .'t I' are 11.:3U. of which forth the smoke of camion Tin ad -
C.lSi: -
: BOWELS! the thirtymen on the executive ----
payroll :
\'alldll hit stormed tin f rtnvwnni w
i' an! :..::11 an blat'ks There I the World's Work. These
the and, rlat-inir l.nliifrsasciiiist & CO.
1 11 r.a<, ni i:!ooiMti. ) in the value If .v, a &: ven't a rie iHr hL ,, liLy, n .rt-mpnt. or the range from the secretary to the president I .
.. the walls, l'U'ml.I"41 to scali I. r1'. ). ii. !.P'P taut
iii anutartures. I \, ., it, .1 .tri, ir. .itItit ., argot no with a salary of $:;,(N X) a year. o --DIALEK8 0
; l thl'm-ull in vain. The assault was a fr "I .1 ug TI smoilh- I
-' t l' -tl' '! down to and doorkeepers
failure The who adcatid th'pr ,.. messengers :
men ua.nd au n li tik
Five hew Dales of Cotton. I ..tensions of lady .Tai.iflrcy t<> the CANDY whose pay Is in some instances per Ship Chandlery and General Hardware
one-tenth that The remainIng
s\ .IT.I ; AMRFive hales haps sum. -
thrum* wt-re Orhui! off and her causewas CATHARTIC
,f ',' *. < ton have tome to! l hest. $LC OO defrays all the other expenses 60S AND 805 S. PALAKOX 8THEKTAOETNTCne .

\\- rSimsfht by U II. Hilton & Co !I StNdt after Cicely! was notified that -the replacing of wornout office .-- -- ------

t. *.itKI mum offered far the I I an :lttt'lallt'a... \\ai.ted for a di.;- furniture typewriter repairs f'tI tlon.1 REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S 110CO, J

: '' I ',al:.' by the Hilton eomjiany.' anuiwht 1: tln-p-'uished prisoner at the Tow'IT. a Y ery and feed fur the half dozen horses'j II GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUBBEL & BON'S: PCMPd;
in the White House stables. Of
'r.. V1 tents in i"trl'who' nwil} course
par Hmu'l and l woman S-OUH
f the executive office has the benefit otmany Gams Strdiji Palits, 611s, Itotieal Instruments Claris luiiri. tit
her anti SI"t1.1I' her ,
--.j l'lltdhnl! The first hale 011 I! one to upon e

!, t a ni"ni rtiveil last year was ,>nideaI I II I She fuliuwfd the liie''"enfrt'r. who l.ii. A economies beyond the reach of I COMPASSES. LOGS. KTO

Jl The prospects for a good<1 i iII 1 her to a rwin where the I'lHunir w a EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY the thrifty merchant. For instance, all C. McKenzie Oertin Collecting: Agent for Bar Pilots'7, A+do>
othciul mail franked I
sating -
;' 'n t1! Is section are better than I cuu&niil. the Lady .Line Grey.: .'1! :t. mt l'a..1 it li1' tt-nt. Ta.i<' Oc ,.I. tv Goodseem approximately I! ciation.
. :Sheh..,,-e head had liwn risked t" i.<1'u .n. h"I" 1C, e.. and 69 rmlspf $_O a 11a). Special telegraphand .
\ x last year at this time butt n W-ri\ fr Ira '"lUl\' *.t buuLlet DI.
lose ., .1 .. .! .. t.<3SIIKUM cable rates are also secured. .
that : a r.
i win a crown was soon to
I .i- .lrt! ;ht a" it looked to wee\ i ; Elena rnirtNT. ninii.o hen ion. ..4
j bend the 1.1111'1It became the "'
.. uiHiii : The Star
1 The Trial of the Laundry
work of the tender ln-arted (rul l to ,
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The trial uf the curious
pyx. a medieval
mnifort. so far us she could, the noble
Contract Let for Building Road.: custom which Mir\hes as an !
i lady who though; t-earcelj" out of hitttd
K' \\ili! AUB 7.- I official institution Best I
Th..ontral'tfOtj in England: was Biggest Busiest
j 'uc, was failed m>on to play so tragic i
.-iruition 'It the Kno\rille. Ian I held recently, w hen the coins minted
\ read to her pra.ved with mm i
i a part. Cicely DISEASES ,
'. ii.' anil Ji Hico railroad (the U usjr. !j:; her often could matt help weeping with during the reign! of King Edward were I -----

T; \ : N.ishxilt! > extension! iuiK fur the first time te ti-d. It is held in iiI
i her-in short, proved the euiupaniou Evening:: Call on
,. ,\\i"!. I fin 1-aFollctte to ISca\' ioldsniltlis' hall and formerly the! soyereign
l < i ; that was needed fc" keep the coudeiunj trt the most fatal of all & .
it .. }:rorvIle.miles! in person presided, but since
d was j 1 lady from despair' during the trying ;: Your Swell Frionih
. i I"I n, '.i. to :Mason < lIo ;*-. of Lox p.'rl.MI.Ou occupied was the armorer's eucs. ISTo the remembrancer has been chief

-ii-ii Kv ami St. I....rnis. Mo.: and i j ilau:: l.ter that she ne>''r nun- thuuctit c-f the court. lIe administered the special / l,, vim will find will b.- w.'
\\.1. & Co of rfl | rvifi KIDXEY CURE t II. oath used on such occasions to the j r
n Roanoke ... It of John (:aunt. though then was Something oefved if well :
I' .. .. rUL S 11M jury composed of members of the you ar* L. .
.. \ about '1.111111.11"11.'I : iii tin frlm-ni hanging over h"r litftiliUor ) I

i I' dear niMress and Ilc-1t thai w.i>. Goldsmiths' company. Alter that a I dre--ed and your linen i- '

Death cf Professor Watson. 'olltwlly I ringing up the melaucholv ofontf Uf undsd. Copt&lntremcdiei representative of the royal mint pro- : y r able A woman uf : :

R V. V." 1 stranger sLe bad nut on Tower hill duoed the pjx or casket: containing I .
.t >rk, Aupt Professor Joar always j gauges a man- w.tinct '
rccogniud emlphysldtns samples of all coins of gold and silver 1
cy '
j i \ \\ ,u .on, a well known musical ill | One dayshe was informed that John : r ? by the condition ;

i 'er, and! author of many i wished to see her ami wllI'lIIII' went Dent u the but f let minted annually. The coins were taken and he goes into hut \1''>: ,'.

.v.i" I k>. I< .!,'al!. says a Boston dispau-!' J i t.t him he offered to supply a saw with KiMay end Bladder troubles. iinliitriunnately from each "jour- .I moreJ with beauty wh.collars -
which she and her uiistre'-s might remove iie> weight" tent to the DanK of Eng i
: i, T.e: id laid. lie vv.s born in 1&30K.rtg ; I .. .
two of the bars at the window of .JUCI Ile aM I/Irs land. The trial lasted two or three I and culfliav h.

--- --- II W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. days for. in addition to the coinage of t, err at the Star
Core Journey Well. the room they occiipUil.: leaving Mih ,,,:,k Laundrv.

+i IA 1 1..1 Aug.ln official! bulletin dent space for Lady Jane Gn.y to pass 1 the United Kingdom, that of several I ur

1 I I through. John to l I. iu till of th,' colonies was also submitted for
II :.l> sad > King IMnanl! borer ; promid e

I, Ii' 1- -11 t,' I nuiion! yesterday with |Il'cJUrt at the appointed hour with raan's 10fOO frt. ''\aiui
t :,., n tst fntteur. IIi:) majesty I attire assist the noMe lady fn>u. tU, i I
Awarded at Park '1"'IUllo. In Trea.
!! window and after she bad donned th- I TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST-
!i t .1 i: o i.'pht! anti is m exrellent Thi MifUtilic iLtomoiug. who

'" i." ': T: ', wound is practical! !! clothes show her the way out of the I
) I' IwtH' been sounding trurajct calls: I WALKER INGRAHAM

..' r- .\ )>uI.:! tin will be issued (''1 Tower pronwl lor ''J'lhaoll's against mosquitoes: should Manager. _
I Cicely ha,tl'lJI'l1 to the planto
-.ILt! > i U. PIWLAROCHEWINE abandon New Jtrbc-y as a field of warfare -
i the prisoner. The offer was refused.
-- uid transfer their operations; toTIVIS TIME TABLE.
Jane : relied such of
tetrad,' i Ijsdy trey upon Telejrrajihir! dispatches from

; I 11..1 '. i'liim! ti'ifrt of the otherl'niilt I her adherents as Lad not l e m arrestedt'
i "I" CORDIALHihestrccoTmcnditons I"'irt Worth say that in certain partsof LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD
i do all they could: for her and did
\ "f the ei>tein arehiiiela for cure of Poorness the Lone :Star State: the insect pestsi IN EFFECT DECEMBER I. Iwl
I not wish to embarrass them by en at- I ..-
t I vul miliMin! nearly all ort c' BlcoJ.! Stomach troubles .nj General Debin't i gather in such swarms and are bo \i1 -

; thin! snl'iii.irln.niilieaxaU, due to volcanic temit which would likely be a failure. ; lnreises the irrcine, strencthens '1 I clous that outdoor labor has almost New Orleans and Mobile.
the urva.od bulljs; up the entire system. --- -- -- -- -- ---
; But the Duke of Northumberland
. ntioi. Krakatoa. Java's monarch ceased and that !horses and
. 92 IlrnuntPARIS many -0.8. So.s. So,2. o S '
i was In prison and there was no one tan
moiihtain. cave;; magnificent U.s- have lost ther \lives in ponds and 1.15 a Ul m 11:05 p Leave ... Pens.cola..Arrve I S ,,i a '
.t 1i pits of Its I"vvi-rs in 1s'-",. U5,0 Co.
Fourcra they sought
.t of execution came at last, and Cicely j rtfuge 1L ol a s:::! p :3ai5 a Leave Mobile, w Leave I 1..1"0" ,
ton living roulJIlJ uear It 1.Dg! .1Frnt.. S.1. from ...... '
their tormentors.-New York :2..p 7: 1" Leave Now "rl .n Leave'_ _:_ !..p ,
t with streaming ejiK. dressed her mistress : -- -
3 : lai !ir lives. .., i Tribune.
fer the last time. The imageof I North.
John Gaunt who Lad i,roved so I
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE. Lnm on liquor Selling.It .
No, 2. No. A.
Will cure RrI it's Di lea"t>. I kind so-tboulI' ,>.tful. offering to. risk LisA The Beer I is estimated that fully :00.000,000 11:05 p m UI p m I Leave ..... Yencacol..Arrlve. I;to. pm I sm
I 1\t5am Arrive...
IISpm Montgomery .L. ave '
A Will cuii Iiabete -- - 0: the people of tie United States: are 11:55 .. :
.. I am 8:(" pm Arrive. Isnmtogbam.I.rave ; am' I
WIIIl'urt' :Stone iu IJUdd"'r.Vill PHYSICIAN HEALED. hung under laws or local ordinances TOSpm 8IOa m Arrlve.bnlle .....Leave
:i \ cur- Kidney a 1)1 Bladderfl.Ie4 That Made which !:1tJ a m ':13 a m Arrive .....LouIlTlll. .....L..t'p .:1' pm' ..
prohibit liquor selling. This Is I
li'Alembcrte 1! Dr. Oeo. Kwiny: a practiciL-j; phyicun .J 10 a m 11:58 m Arrlyel'IDcIDoatl..Lun 6." p m r=
A. 121 i more: than one-third of the entire population 7: lam 1.111pm Arrive MtLoulI ..Leat' /.rpm, :I iPENBACOLA
1 I'ahfox of Muith's Grove. Ky., for ''

1 - -- i over thirty years, write* personal AHHB I! I which have of the re-public. The states AND RIVER JUNCTION. __
ISraa B r U I enacted prohibition laws
I Know One sere I 4..1
ti Ibtiueityfvt experience with Foley's Kidney No. I-ValiT No. I-DallT i No stop where time not shown "0. 2-D.y! d :
ucteuuttc, A l-j uame u ""nv-B IhaDI are Kansas Maine, New Hampshire, I .
II Cure: "For years I had been greatly North Dakota and Vermont In Ken- 11:55 pm 1:1;) am Lt-.e.l'eDaCol.ArrITti. te Si pm l a12:15algbt
1:1 Joht'mla... ._ -
I There's lots of money to be made bothered with kidney and bladder -IS- tucky 0"J out of 119 counties have prohibitory IO": 1:11" ...."..'n'.. Dllollr. .._ lqs IOU' .

Iu real E'5t:1tt'-IN5 of it. A real estate I trouble and eclar/ed prostrate laws.! In California 173 cities( ltti": Tai ._LClalbla. '

U'i" 1.:15": ..... ._ Malt....._ .:
i.* gland. I used everything known to 1 l:5i::
sign 115UlIyft and ,
: !1 er-bo\rd to towns are nnder prohibition. The .
VICTORIA 12:1N" 1:2'1" ... ._ Harp ._ ._ 1;).:t.
1 wealth. Thos. Watson Sc i the profession without relief until I states where liquor gelling Is least restricted H:!)) to 1.M" ......-ittCity ......_ 10:15"
Co., the leading Keal Estate firm commenced to ue Foley' Kidney 13:54: 1'f.I" .-........ Milton ... ,_ J:1 "
have: ome offers which it wouldbe Cure After taking three bottles MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. are Oregon, Montana and Col- la) 1m .. ..._.Gooel Rlllle .. .. .
IM": ::tS" .._._. Holtl .... a 9a5:: I '
worth your while to consider. Oo was entirely relieved and cured. I BEST 10-CEXT BOTTLE tJI: 9:91 "'_ llIlIlIn ___ ..tJ" .
and see them to-day, aud don't wait prescribe it-now daily in my prac- BEER :2ei 8: j" Cr ltTI..w.___ .:11 .
till to-morrow. i tice and heartily recommend its use IN TOWN.DANNHEISSER. orado.er4 IIJ" 8 M" II Deer Land.- 8.56 II
I 4 1iS": 11:1) "Moisy Held to .,.1'
I to all physicians for such troubles. I .'OS" 9:95 .DeYonlikBprlagZ ..11"

:, have prescribed it in hundreds of BROS. 4H 11:11" _._ Argyll. Tu":
Try one of our I cases with perfect succe?*." W. A. | AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED TUi pigutara I. on eYtr7 beE of 'he tannin* .:.J' 8:51' _Ponce cSt Leoa_ 1::!.
6S: } 1''>:13' II ._WtltTIll'.. 1:11
JL tjS.. Felt Mattresses.: I D'Alemberte 121 S. Palafox. Laxative Bromo-Quinine ..
>i" JiU' "
: CaryTIII._._ 111 ,.
They never pack or grow I I I. f Harper hisrey.Main the remedy has CUM a cold. OM daj.; 3IJt" ltJ'tJ' _Eoolky_ est ..
5:)) 10:11" __Chlpley ._ H IA? earl;
In Better than a hair Seasonable household House-lOl. Palafox street. C.A.8TORI.. II:.) l1tJT.. -.Cottondsle.._ Ill "f -
mpy. 1 JO" 11:13" ._ "
MarIIIlDa._ e nt
mattress at half the price. 1 and kitchen utensils at the R. R. Exchanze-Opp. Union Depot hair,the ite K : T;$) 1l:4. ..._ g:>r ; a

P. 0. Box 21. Pensacola, Fla. ;; /rt ':"1" 11:51 to _{;nn1Rldge_ '..1:

Marston $ Quina. I Willis Hardware Co.'s. I Phones 116-2Eg. fiFr ; 8U.7:51 "" UO 11:1 noon" ArrlteRiteranotloaLeatn" tnta-jl e.S-U,' J. .

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.... self In arguing as we have, and"- f fr fr
AN EDITORIAL FLOP And he rose up and applied the

Cures All Kinds of bloom handle again, until his arms

ached. Greatly to his surprise thebur.

Kidney and Bladder Troubles [Copyright 1302. by Co B. Lewis.] I glar called for mercy.

Plimpton of the Weekly Banner advocated "Can this be a parallel case of tha

that the laws were too severely New Jersey affair?" asked Mr. Plimp

Kidney and Bladder Troullf, Rheumatism. administered. One night; when In ton. "All our kind words produced no |

It all kinds of diseases; produced by aux : Lls house alone a burglar pot: In and effect on ,you but corporal punishment I

.. of uric acid. seems to "
P bring you to terms.
forced the editor to open all his closets
"For heaven's sake, don't wallop me
End drawers In search of booty. Catch-
for Infants and Children.
any more: whined the man. "Let up
1:1the man oft his guard
HarrisLithia I'llmptonfelleu1 ou me, and I'll! make tracks. You'vehad
..1 him with a single: blow hound Ca tori.i i* a harmless substitute fur Cantor Oil Paregoric
all the fun there In It and
and gagged him and thin sail M was" Drops and Soothm;* Sjrup. It is PIt'aO ant. It i
I can afford to turn me loose. contains neither Opium lorphino nor other Narcotic I
him: "You are the first criminal we
Water have encountered In the ill'sh.11 our "Not yet In our arguments: with our sub..tance. It destroys Worms and allays lY\erihm'-s.

esteemed contemporary we have repeatedly It t-iirt" Diarrim-a a:ul AVind C >lie. It relit-\t IVvlliintf -
arguments based criminals in
were on declared that criminals were Troubles and cures Cun! tipatitlll. It regulates tho

h 1 recommended by the bet physicians all"r the abstract We have been deceived. only hardened by corporal punishment Stomaeh and Bowels ghin JlI'1th1111 natural f.leen.
Our delusions have teen put to flight.; The Children P.macl'a-The )3Iother rrioutl.
the United States. For Bale every- We now discover that we have been altogether -
The robber cursed him high and low
'* 're-shipped anywhere. wrong and that""Don't The Kind You Have
and struggled with his bonds and don't!" shouted the burglar as Always BoughtBears
Plimpton continued:
Mr. Plimpton spat on his! bands nnj
Nothing Can Compare "Better late than never however.We flourished the broomstick. "You didn'tget the Signature of ,

i ,.:J- Lnuu CARBONATED: WATER for table use. HARKI LIIHIA shall now advocate the maximum all my money. It you will let me
ALE is the finest of all ales punishment' for all criminals. You entered -
1 !K go. I will tell you where 1 have hidden
our house to rob us. Let us see

YVnte for Free BooKlets-Pull testimonials of cures analyses, I. if you have anything worth taking. $100."1Vell?"

i ti how to your phy.iciau. lIe knelt down beside the man and
"In that left boot Take It and let me
searched hU pockets. The search ,
'I go. and you'll never see me around here
Harris Lithia Springs Co., Harris Springs, S. C. brought to light a gold watch $37 in again." In Use For Over 30 Years.

I cash and a diamond pin the proceedsof .. .... ..
Mr. Plimpton pulled off the boot and N rr' .u. eON..NI.,1 .u. .rr. NeW VON0 en -
a crime committed ('Isewhert'h. .
found five twenty dollar bills in it He .=" ---
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".\ this is I..ttrr.1f.kIt\ >t.1
Plimpton. -
tOH: TKLEPHOXK: put them in his pocket and asked:
"This i* more than have
money we "
"Got any more? Every
M. W. MARSHALL Pen*acola. Fla.Hum : bandied three month We shall ap "
"Not red. Now let .
a me go. I. ktwu ,1\ ..
l'rupriatl''I'rrthiuJt to our personal Holding the tmrslar's revolver in one WING HOP I ftU GO. f w, "

-- benefit. It is lucky you paid us :visit hand and using the knife with the other t e N1RUl Hhirlnq bprerI

),> |-r..i). !, FIRE RAGING IN MINE. This plunder dispels any last linprinf'ar Ir. Plimpton soon freed the fellow
"''nii I iiiarriairv: by that necessity drove you to crime."
from bondage lie had no pluck left.
Importers and Dealers In-
.'. Il.ill.111.L .\ Dutch lie picked up the broom broke off
Eight Hundred Men Are Idle as a He got upon his feet with a groan,
4 II: Itataria'as le- the handle, and for five long minutes Chinese and I Kiti t. ti i ne
the kitchen door Japanese
ResultI'hoonix. commanded
I opened as Mllltt I.. .. M"i'T.
t' Icy to a joung lady lie pounded the burglars; body from I i- .1m .. -,
and the editor followed him )
A. T.. An, /-\p\\ around .
; ,. .
I '
.I.-I k .J !( \ / f
i 1' uuits at Ainstcr.MI chin to hrel. The man jelled and Goods
: cursed Fancy .
riuns here lion Jerome I the house to the front gate. The manhadn't II. i-l i. iI'Siil r j f| L. / 3I
.,u<. sis it seam to says ar'l and rolled over un the floor, and I gr..drlu'l ? n M tilt 1 1 til., -/ fKoom
the lire the United Verde a word to say. He pained thehighway
wl'C'ii the blows l'I'ast',1 he said: and draped himself .t'oTimn KUg.NOIICK.. Sea lore.
repthe ; out
i ; : crept down to and is entering the "If I have to live a thou,and years. ,sight in the darkness and! has 31 South Palafox St.
i ..!HIT or worse." It fifth le\el. The shaft is abandoned J'lllm\'l' life for this::"
your heard of iu the village since. Laundry Office. Pensacola, Fl.i
.'!_ man was tired ofi on account o. gas. The lowerlevel "Another one of our jut theories has
M. yL'AD. -- -- I
i <' an)' longer but is open through: the new shaft l-een that ciiiniuals were not \ious" T. > I have: been authorized to take

'Id not be married I the upper levels in that shaft being [I replied the editor as he sat down to C'unjiiKal i5tijirl*... subscriptions forVm.. Ji uiui4K"

i ": present. 1 1 or bulkheaded.The rest "In the last Issue of the Banner hit I'd known how badly wed get I Hryan'g paper. "'1'1 e C:
." to I'atavia. and I smelter has been shut down ow- we had a half eoluinn article un the alone; together, I'd never have married! ThM tiny l'p:>ules ircsurr,dr'' I The price i# fl.ou per year iu ud-

"...... A eomproiaise lug to a break in the machinery, andpractically fcubject. We contended that the average you." to Balsam <.u( t'ppailia.: i ilire vance. Tliore de.irin the ("I'l'fI

.h! as they were all the men have been discharged ; criminal had neither spite( nor malice "If I'd known it, jou'd never uIha,1 \'( C'tlet'9 sad 0' I I can lava it s( lit utbeui by Ld1IKI

'-. by the lady IniiiffM :;: except the machinists and but was simply s-etking; to get: what the lJH'-lbltim Herald. T.ev iu 4Q hours the tl.UOto tilt uiulersiifued.

l.mons around her, the few who can ai.lln lighting the 1'-e I. the world ilcnii-d him, a livinsr.::: You --.o' t.1., ",tlJ''lt 'LilY tntuti. I I I H. M. HIK-IIK,

., suil"l for JavaIluprd .- when a plan of action is, developed. seem to be a thoroughly wicked man." I GOLD DUST. ', s?. tin n if* it t OIlVGGIST'; Care Dally New
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I "]'nu bet lam!"
Probably bOo men are idle as are. "Let the GOLD DUST: twins do lour ork." .
I suIt. i "In our issue of two,1,; uuo we

Men". contended that the average robUr aimed j 1 THE GARDEN SECTION

MX hill; so eccentric nsii I' to rob the rich only, and oily: be- ,
Reunion of Old Veterans.
.: >." said she, by way I cause oppressed by clilitaW're we o-O3T*-oIPensaoola
Gre< cville, S, C.. Au;. T.-The annual
t..I'rNt? No. 1 see we were not Tim
reunion of South Carolina 1 1realized
1 :Ue me. fh? Ha, bar confederate moment you entered this house 'tlll'' F1 orida
vttorans. which began here ,
He.1.i 1.'j that it belonged; to a IHHlr man.
yesterday, has brought; crowds of vis- I There least this -- ---
i pr IWt.I are at ten men in town
Istors to flreenulle. Every hotel I worth ?:i;:;iw) (each but you passed [ Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

.\! ;;. Sou lillvI' \\."- boarding house, numerous private residences them all by."

and. in fact almost every place "I wish I had put a bullet Into : I Inlatlae Beautiful Lots for Sale.

available for sleeping; quarters are occupiod. your head and pone through::: the house

u, ,rl..... Never before has the city afterward!" growled the man. I
I 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each accord
j i I- the llmi : entertained such an immense throngof The editor rose and wielded the

"i to, but I i 'ople. The attendance is estimated broom handle for another the minutes I Iwaa1a&,jst ing to location and surroundings.

: !rain n1only- at o/ o), including :!,a1O! veterans and then sat down to remark:

the remainder being sponsors, "About six weeks ago there was a Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful Mere

i maids of honor and visitors generally. case: of punishment in the New Jeiseystall I GOLD DUST High, Dry Fertile Lands
prison( which aroused discussion. I IWI1.
.ou'dI clean ennh-! cleanable-clothes dishes; I --- -- ---
.\ comict refused to obey or- cots and pans doors and doors in facl .' ,u.ire
gy Guerry May Be Bishop. dels alit! was given till strap.1'e contended Irom ceiu to ate GOLD DUST ..caw a saber The grandest opportunity for investment ever
Columbia S. C.. Aug. 7-It Is reported lessens cue
offered in Pensacola.
that a few kind word would
I here that ItW.. A. luerry Katie or'., 6) THE N K FAIKBANK COMPANY.
\'!-ttlludll'tl his heart and broken his Ch.cae' Nsw York EostC" SL LouisKi .
I tuX '' I tutu[ will be made bishop Alabama
: toH1cl'ed Home Seekers Should See These Lots
resolution while esteemed
our contemporary ers of OVAl. FAIRY SOAPL'bdi'bdN ,
:, o.uiMi'it ; the late Bishop Uarnxvell. argued that he should have

.1 I ., tlK'ii. Both of these reverend gentlemen! are been punis-hed an hour sooner than h" + '0 4 -
i t.. ('Ul'o' nathe South Carolinans. Mr.I fluer- A. V.ClubbsCorner
was. It seems that we were wrong; in

Ii,.i. .... f.>cilistit'If ntttuN ry is now a member ot the faculty at that particular alw" If You Have Y

/ '11'.I( the 11111l'n.tIt'lliaIlTIIII S wan('(. "Look out for me, old man:" growled Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
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I \'. -I I'-fit-lilt i.Ollk.Cbailie the burglar as he ;gritted his teeth. !

.tl.iiiHHl' you haveI (after IICI'I'l'taIlCt'-S\Jall I "1 see. Our whole hue of reasoning

I "I i ituperf'ethear-i speak to your father now? from start to llnhh has been wrong.1'xcuse RheumatismURICSOI KO HKENT. WM. H KNOWLt.H.: W K. HYKH IK.. J H HM.\
nttrely' closed tLidys-deny, III'! Not to him: my pertinacity hut wa it the I I're.Ident.. V1ce,Prrsident. ('a.bIM See i I'a.bln
alt, uiul! nnl
tAi knowledge that Could. Viindcrlult and
Charlietuir: mother then?
'.111 bo taken out KUilys-Xo, no: You must nsk the Astor had lens of millions while you
-:"I..ti to it-i imrinali the great tested and
i I.: \\ ill be .troyeiJ c Hk if .lle would object to one more in had only a few shillings that drove you endorsed California First National BankOF

1-' out "f t, nar... the !:tIuil.\-TuwlI Topics. into crime:" also cures i Remedy Liver Kidney will cure mud
"1 ttn are a fool." was the blunt reply. | Tedder
: ii r ti. which i; i diseases caused by an CKVSS of
,11I1.1 ciiiiditinn of the Rptlklnic the Old licn.! "I'.ut tell me. ennui you have found uric acid. It never rape, and builds up
the health and strength while using! H.
work and lived holiest life had PENSACOLA. FLA.
II' "I J\i-t imtlciil that my [lCI.Hlll- an you firud.tamp for book of wonderful
.. One Hntnlred I>...lhr.t .-> lady's daughter's; hair Is red." fco desired?" tlfic :el. Price f 1 per bottle. For sale

D! ,-afne-- i i-aii-cd byiMIllmt "\VellT "Work! ',"hy. you hump nosed bloke by druggists. If your druggist can nt 1DIIt31CTOI: : ('"
be b\' supply you it will be sent' prepaid upon
Clireit "And then a white automobile suddenly who wants work when he can make a I j receipt of price: Addn-t VVM H. KNOWLE9, W. A. BLOUNT F. C. BKKN1 .V K IIYKK.JL
dirted: aruiind the corner. living without? The only thin:: I'msorry I D. O. BIU :O'I'.
Uricsol Chemical Co. Los AngeesCal.
for Is that such fool ,
a as are
Cleveland: n 11.'nkr.r.ldPII you
Toledo I.
\v\ *: ('II. (

-t! '. iijc. ('r of F.'IIC'Itf'nlf'nf. I should this: fasli have! :.ou. laid If" I me was by free the, 1 heels'tI roast in I J Lamar & Pankin or Drug the Co., Atlanta, 6a. ?rm o &d mnti X A n o u Al t aD 4 So1 IttlrWe

v 's Honcv Tar "Tin.- !is a pretty live town, isn't It?" you at the tire: I' I Distributing Agents.
"We lu-lieve would, but
rcmarUd the eastern tourist. you you
f. "' tVODlareti wt.n't pet free. We can now clearlync I
Yoi Let !it is, replied the nntive.
draw of
our own Kichauxe ou treat Britain IreJan'
-- \\V\e got the biggest cemetery in .\,,hat ,111 JIMS we han made of our-
"llffJJ'fJJ"c hare Germany France, Austria, Italy, Holand, Hpalu, Belgium, limjla Norway
.Arizony an' It's still n'Jrowln'-l'bil.;
LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS teweden: Denmark and other European countries.
hich we will sell adelphia IJeconLIII Cures Eczema and Itching Humor -- -

Ilarsion $ (}llill((. Through the Blood-Costs Nothing | 'Vessels Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Term, and thtii
ttrrnt Want. to Try. OF PYTHIAh Obligations Taken Payable at Port of neutirailou! Ten or Fifteen Dare

a !'O'IC''IIIt'111 on "I>o you know a good tonic for nervous I 15. B. L'. ;Botanic lllooil K.ilm, i-i i after Vessel Arrlreg there.
i'rnK.cola Lodge, No. 3. K.vory of p.. .
be a regular meeting! of 1'.t.> UI.. SimpkinsV""Xo : -
HOW recognized a* a certain and -ure ; '
Medical I t Hociety ft : what I want to find Is a goodtonic mete! Monday even f Safety Deposit Boxes: for Rent in Connection
> I cure for Eczema: : Itching! Skiti. Hu-
Health ofl'.ce it >. : for people who have to live with at uaM t at Castle Hal with which we hare a Prira Apartment for tha UK*
uurs.1'aIJ. 151iters tbtl Hlount -- WIIUI
', ScaleWatery -
i U..-a.iy.AuK-; I: and! avoiciana ; Iheta.-London Tit-Itits. I : third floor. of Renter
are cordially I Pimple Aching HoneIT''! 4r { bretbren cordlall

..4. To My Friends.It J.'intJ, Itoils Carbuncles. Prickling: I Il'aln H.1 i H-
/u. \''. (.'. DKWBKKY, | i is with j joy I tell you what KoJoli in the :Skin; Old Eating Sore HORSLKR

l'rt>..ideut. ('leer-., etc Hotauie Hlood llilm K, K. !\.
J i did fM tlH'. Iva: troubled with my WE WILL-FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !
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1 "i t lit.K j taken internally, cure wortaiut -
-tomucli f. p\'t'ral. tiiontb ( -
r # 'poti .
Secretary. tno-t deep ,eated cages by ennrbiiupurifvitiic
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: being advised t<> ine Koj"I. I iJII, and vitalizing the blood LaurelsAgain y 'i--r Wrl.r..+,v.4 r nar.-.' -
I i I : .. ..::. ; I.'
i and word c.iunot tell the !;:Dud it thereby giving a healthy blood -up\ I I ., .' '"" .
GOLAYIKJ*. !'I ha< done IIHA had dy.. I ply to the -km. Kotanic Klnoil 15 thn po.:,.' ". ,Yo ., ". .. E- .

.. I" the only cure, to ,stay ,'uren. f.>rtbee no, t- .I'." II! .'. ,
i birid tried PaN
*ll -o tlrit! m -t
> ['Pl' I aw'ul. annoyingkin trmibl-, haj eEihe Gold j f' -:
Corn Meal Mills .. .' .. .
w 1 told him to ue K.i- Medal Award to I '
I everything. Other remedies may relieve but B. t,. ... ,. '. ,
dll.,1, of tTiitittide h.ivecoinetome J' ." ., I J. '
K B actually cure*; heal* i "
V every 11. .. ., .._ ;, .
yZabEZ 4 CO. Prop i I .r :' -
from him bec"II/-t' rt'"lIi' 'iore. and give* thy rich !glow of I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY -. w. a II :l1I.I'lr.r llINwr 41 .
it.Oeo.V.. Fry. Viola then L.t "' ,' ,
j mended health to the -kin. BuiicU up :ta nti.t. 4 '. '
1i :iatitcirrirtMI '
Iowa. Health and strength of mind broken-down body and make the I Bktetol- : rtit;H:Airp: ,' .' ,
\I. .AND i>riiKtmou>rS10CK .. I I .on ..?mu.-'t : ...J" It ., 7 ; ..: h. .. : : :
1 I'
>!) the tomacli.i ? !
and body depend blood red! and uouri-hiii. E"'ppdal-| .1 rd aI ..1 I... .. '\ '
KFKII.: : i I' and normal activity of the digestive i ad\iedfor chronic old cae that WHISKEY N' ''or iii.' I .... ', '., ...... '" .c \, .
:-;.,_ I \I, I : .,Ir .
there It I $
iii' Industry. for ) t
'. ,. ould buyyour Meal one 'orjraiK.! Kodol! the great reconstructive i" doctor, patent medicinee and tanprH.rsfail c.rtHm'_ I' nr 11' m h brwer .. .
: tonic cures all stomach ( to Iruggi-t' U. 6oM ,. y Wit ..t1 S1 a ,0'
III' r Home Maaafsetarer, cure. mcdate ::, ... .. I .,1 .
r*.;. vnoouriiKe borne Indan- and bowel troubles, indirection, dy- 1 11'1) prove; 15. K. 15. cure*, sample sent miw awarded e In a few d'lo. 1 aa m led .an p nw: .,:! .' _of tauaduha. II ,
'Y i. Irtt lu the communtjitrx food Pew Oeana '883ITio M. At.-i; Wltn11ts.'" /1.., r.. b...
a pep
.' :..>me Indirectly uiHiuncturer bt>a 'fl yon
CHii.t-ot labor. Yon own I Harris'i Pharmacy'hprrard.: trouble, and free medical advice rent ,

..' u 'iti a>:itoTuur ytnmbiebyoa tapport.lire all!! I i i Sidney K-thm. I ineaed letter. MID ay I1dlOlr1IfP) ; bl'C .

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MU "1 vtor fin \ 'i.; want to and ',FE if be ?ZE how raspy thf strfn>:th trw n"''lrM''l' 'M

v .. 'r \.11 i ,, i ;put :into your stomach See riulity which Nature r-uU m> tlirluu 4 .wi ant
"> tun a {'r";..-, ooinbuiiition of whole Oh What 1 barley slips into your own n :"UL On (>mu-lwr
write that be peu iron FOltt'E"! all U... klrrr.!:'tlicetfsaarr

ir ;rm-r n ,;tn.1 buy a package ot for Mil hen) Sunulsy WI rk wi'hm.i ki.",witif
'< ':u II a (ronnxjsoa of the whole of the that he has II i-U>marh.* Take a little Ft'::'F, iut

v.v\ ma.1.usy : before going to haul ao-1 I>KK Low wrtin.J-! > .. '. ft. j.

\10 :t 3 to eat a proper tart'henit SEE if you do not t..t it r.-Lt ak.trf ailtr )ou %.

u in aspect. crispy delicate flake ealk it oleo

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-- ,- .- .. -<.e T 'a .T -'""- ___, r ;''''- r a. ,,,",1- r nv yt .....". r.nle .mot .a-'''' h;'.$' 1 ,Sj.13: ,*' -.. ""f _- w_. _J!. '! -r'!""-9' -, ,




t b" $5,000.00 .I- --4 iiI 1
j \ THn t.
'Worth of Summer Merehandise : : t : .
1 to be Sold During this Month. | AUGUST SELLING BELIE IS YOUR GAIN ;. HISTORY OF THE STORE. |j i I ;\;

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Wash Goods Department. CARPET DEPARTMENT. Embroideries and Laces. ,\ NOT t

HALF PRICE FIGURED LAWNS. Velvet Carpet at. ..... ... .. .. .. ..... .. .. .. ., ...60c yard 1,000 Yards Emb. Beading, 5 and lOc yard j

White \-13ar )Iu;lin. ... .. .... .. .Je yard Brussels Carpet at. .. .... .. .. ..... ..... .. ,. .... ...Wc yard 2,000YardXewEmb.Fd e* i,

Fine Wnite (iood*' ... ..... ....lOe yard Union Ingrain Carpet at.... .. .. .... ..... .. .... .....33c yard and Inserting .5 and lOc yard j YET

Piques, Tennis Flannel l. Oillitea Wool Ingrain Carpet at...... ...... .... ...... .... .... .5c, yard 1,000 Yards Torchon Lace* 3c yard I .

Cloth, Woven Madraa..15c yard Rugs 25 per cent off. .:300 Yards Black and White
(On Counter.) Remnant Lineoleum at Half Price. : Lace! Bands (Fine Goods) 5c yard I

Lace Curtains, odd pairs, at Half Price. 300 Yards Linen Emb. and Inserting, TIME
Summer Underwear. ,
with Linen to Match, at Cost.Gents' .
Lace Curtains, Entire Stock, at )) per cent off.
&) Doz. Ladies. Uleeveles Vest*.-2 for 5c .
25 Duz. Ladle Sleeveless; Vest,
Bleached .. ... ..... .... ..3 for lOc Furnishings.Men's to tell you about the MOST IMPORTAX ,

J5 Doz. Ladies' Sleeveless Vests Bleached Lisle Vest Sleeveless,
Taped..... ...... .. -. .. ...J for 2jc: c. c. ""kx.'C c.. "'- Sac:: each. SHOE NEWS, but soon will be. Ja-t
15;: Doz. Ladies' BIeeveles Neat;,

Lisle Thread.c each y ESPECIAL SALEOF 1 Gent Straw Hat at Half Price. keep your eye on thi *pace and it will
:'0 Doz. Kovs' l Shirts and Drawers I
HaibrL'sfan ...... ...... ...... ...40c suit t;, I
tell all about it.
25 Doz. Men's Shirts and Drawers b Shoes.

Balbriariran.. ... .... ... .... .. ..45c; suit !
jj jjt Strong Point Oxford* for $1.50' .

Waist and Skirt Department. LACE CURTAINS Ladies' Oxfords, J200.... .... ... .nowSl.Bo!' '" :\:

ai D.)%. White k Colored Wait..$3c each V I Ladies'Straps, $135:
10 Doz. Madras Waists.. .. .... ...iWc each V -ANDDRAPERY -- Ladies'Oxfords, *:!.50.... ,.., Jl.S*

{ i Doz. Chaiabry Waists worth Ladies' Straps, $2.50..... ..... now $1.97Men's
Sl.f>Utol.75, f r..U each ; CURTAINS 3
White Duck Skirts. ... .. ..... ....;3)c each t; 3 Low Quarters in Proportion.
Colored Duck Skirt*.. ... $I.CU, were $1 ;50 n a
Colored Chambry bkirt$1 ;)). were $2 50 TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. Hardware.NEW .

New Wool Walking Skirt",. .I2.50to$7.5I: ...... .... ., ..... MEYER SHOE CO
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All Collar*Ribbon No. Taffeta Bargains.Ribbon lie yd JUilliaiu IOJJMOU & Bon. Hammock, Patterns Single and, Cheap.Double Latent i Fret FiiniMier l for Iib UIII ll.

All Color No. 4o TitTeu Ribbon, lOc yd I
3JU Yard* Fancy liibbon at .. 5c yd Enamel Ware, Blue and White, Big !Stock 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREETwwow1vwiItwv -


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DREDGE DAY AND NIGHT. i.- 11'e..t Inteii lIl' a :Street.


i POU & GINGLES, Managers.

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.i Captain J. C. Sanford Here to Look. "r

: Into Local Conditions i F R. POU, BARGAINSEVERYDAY

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So That He May Know Just What Style of: 17 West Intendencia Street. Offlce Phone 31. Residence Phone,673. ;

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ji Dredge to Plan to Meet the Needs of This WASHINGTON LETTERSpecial communication Aunaiiolis.! Under between the Washingtonand supervisionof ..;,

;' Harbor---Plans for Jacksonville's Dredge I/ Professor X. F. Terry the 170 foot

[ Correspondence.] i I mast for the wireless telegraph stationat

l Nearly Completed. A building occupied less than three the Naval academy has been placed f

years already outgrown an annual I Iu position The pole Is planted in a

I ------ ----- rental of over $_\.fUM) fur outside, quarters i cement foundation eighteen feet deep .....

r five dubious of his department I and is anchored with four historic *-,'

(_ Capt. J. C. Sinford. corp* of Engineer the tudent. He is, however, au entertaining temporarily established" iu buildings\ cannon. each weighing four and a halftons. ..

*, with ollice at Charleston, H. conversationalist has: a apart from the executive otSivs of the #
l Ton of Paper ...
f magnetic personality, a firm handgrip department and In many cases sop- The Winder building, at Seventeenth
has placedthe
C" in charge peeu III
orated from their division
A and a smile that lights up his superintendents and F streets and the Fox building, o AT-
preparing: : of planfor Pensico- approximately! one-half of en New York a'enuedween Seventeenth ..
whole face.
the regular department quarters apportioned and Eighteenth!: streets northwest 4
I.. s overnuidnt dredge, i is here today ,
t to other USl'S. a constant used by; the war department fort
f?s2S2S2S24sas2S2SasES ..
to look into local conditions, growth in the work of the entire department 'bites, are probably\ the most crowded

t r 1 and l'Orn.1'1I1wn IncreaseIn places in use by the United States government If,
depth of water and other: details so SOCIETY EVENTS the number of dorks and an unprecedented

enlargement of one particular, In these two there
buildings: are on CO.'SiDeclines
that he may intelligently plan a : &
t ]I bureau-the>.e are the conditions which file military records of settlements -

i dredge that will be suited iu every now confront Postmaster General with soldiers which have been collecting .
+ AND PERSONALS I'ajne and compel him to plan for the since the establishment of these ..
particular to the need of thin harbor. j-j I.
t construction of a new building for I offices in 1S17 up to the present time. ..

k2S2S25252252525"252JJ] insinuate uses. All of these puitra have been placed Ie RACKET STOkI.Q. .:
I To this cud he has continued in existence ou shelves and were recently weighedand I .
C:1pt.l'\.1ufurJ t was met at the Merl Raymond Marques i ii' home from a commission of Postal emplojces measured by 1I liittinauu. auditor .
I I .
: :!,anti hotel by Lieut. It. It. Ray Atlanta. reeiitly established to rent additional of the war department and a 111111111 _ _
Capt. J. W. Liny of Mucogee is office space with instructions force of assistants. Much to their surprise I
uiondenineerin charge of harbor to estimate" the cost of building an annex it was discovered! that there : 1f ., v\lw\l.f
among the prominent visitors here
south of the present iiostotiice were ten miles and a half of shelvingIn
t work iu this district, who came over today.Mr. I
building; r.y the time congress convenes I these two buildings: containing records -

from Montgomery that purpose, and Mrs. A. M. Stillman leftyesterday next winter the postmaster genera which weighed: "40 tons.Uredniui. II to Still furnace ',-, ... (\ . ('

and they went down to Uirraucasonthe : for Franklin Li., to visit ] will have prepared suitable\ reccmraemlatJous .. Lower Potomac. Birmingham Ala.. Aug. 7.-TtnTen.. i' t.-.. ''IIIIIII'11',1
for the obviation of Colonel Allen, the engineer officer In
friend ,
cessee Coal Iron and lUilroart om 3 I
10 o'clock dummy to b..giu the many difiieulties which now obstructthe charge of the improvement of the Potomac II
pany has declined to sell their Oi
Miss Ethel Wood will leave next work of his department river, has reported to the war Ar.N
work of inspection and tin study of I mor furnaces to the Oxmoor<< }'nrraf'f'I .
week for Pulaki Tenn., on a plea. Irrigation Field Work. department that drtdging operationsat
and the mr
company deal is now off The
harb \r condition ure trip. 1'. II. Newell, chief hydrogrupher of Smith's point upper and lower I Tennessee company sold an option "n
the ceolotrieal survey has gone to the shoals Is completed and that dredgingIs :
Sanford ha the M-s. the plant and the owner of the
prepared Win.
Capt. H. Trainer ha* returned opts In
t \\estern stntos for the purpose of mak- also completed at Mattawomaushonl. ,III .
pi in* for several of the recently from a three week* visit to Seminole ing a preliminary investigation of the with the exception of the re- I sold the furnaces to the Ox moor Fu <

3 bJilt dredge* and has made a splendid Ala.C. irrigation problem. The irrigation law moval of two IranlJnrs.. During the nacf company. The board of din :
passed \by the last session of congress past mouth I::.! 2G cubic yards of material i tors of the Tennessee companyi" ; RE TAURU
record in that line. M. Cox a prominent attorney of proridinij for the application of the were dredged and deposited, not ratify the sale, and it Is un !'I'

The elerant dredge for use at DeFuniak, was here yesterday on proceeds of the sales of the public completing: a cut eighty feet wide I tsood will repair! the furnaces and uj- III AA
legal busiue-s. lands to the reclamation of tliiarid through the upper hard bar. As a result I erate them thf'mFoCf'S.! ;:
Southwest Pa*, New Orleans; whichis I -
Mr*. John A. Byrd and children lands has devolved upon the survey the of recent operations there Is now a I A
now being built at Richmond : necessity of determining: the locationof ruling depth of water of 21.2 feet at : Crab nets and fishing
have gone to St. Petersburg, Fla.,
\'01.. at a cot of nearly $:SOj.OOO, was visit relatives.Mr I the extensive reservoirs to be located mean low tide in the channels of the :' c::: DAILY MENUS :
tackle to mit
under the terms of the law, and lower Potomac.The everybody, at

planned: by him. *. A. A. Credille went to Milton several engineering parties already New Capitol Lawn Clipper.A ..II the Willis Hardware Co's. Cflmr'f' 1&1. :

Capt. Sanford U al=preparing: theplen on the City of Tampa this afternoon have been rent out to do preliminarywork. new automobile lawn mower Is. -' c:. Mete Ib el,. t A

and rpeciflcation* for a dredgefor to visit her uncle, Judge E. P. Hol. used for cutting the grass on the capitol :i Cleaning ladies skirts and waitt "-'.. h..t It! e N 4IM
Sir. Newell will have general supervKiou lawn. It does the work In about 1::
Jflui1 river Jacksonville: ley. I U of AKji A
tU. one
i err specialties. Star Latin-
of the task. It is contemplatedthat one-third of the time necessary for a ,

and will have them completed the 'olrl. Hallie Chunn and ua Charles the preliminary work shall be horse drawn mower. The new machine I dry. :'
latter part of this month. This will have joined the family of W. Chip- most thorough and on this account it greatly resembles a steam roller and I i c::.III AA

: ley Jones at their Escambia is not esi>ected that the constructionof sounds In operation like a steamboat i Thos. C. Watson & Co., I Ladles' I PrhntDining
woolen dredge, on -
be single screw camp
a any of the promised reservoirs will It has no difficulty in negotiating all |I the leading Real Estate Agents; ,take AA

'Ml) feet long, ls j feet on the keel and Bay.: be undertaken for a Sear or two. Mr. the hills and valleys and Irregularities i j all the worry off the shoulder of tl.e : Parlor ,4 AFa.

J 40 foot beam. It will be equipped fi. R. Thames, who is now representing Newell expects to devote the entire of the capitol lawn. The heavy rollerssre owners of property, tnana/e the .,
well known summer to the work in the field. declared beneficIal because! they I renting their houses and the col. \:::
a jewelry house, : .. Ac
'i lection of .
with two Ivinch suction of 1,000j their rent a* con+ci"n
Jest Like 1t .War.. crush down and kill the weeds while
left this morning on a tour through ; tiongly as they would them*elYe". '
|J'j| cubic yards capacity.: South and East Florida. Secretary Moody is having more or leaving! the grass uninjured. i| Their charges are very reasonable.jHotelCamden'. *S Regular Dinner Da 1Mn.rt aI. .

Ji When seen by a NEWS man this less fun with the newspaper correspondents CARL SCIIOFIELD.Dlntaneed. I ::I.
i C. I. Helm J. E. Creary and son these days over the comingwar a.
:Sanford; said he could I i '
Ji I morning Capt.
I and Capt. Berry Axelson were P:15J : game to be played off New York ic tinter. I'r a.fIInL ,
not at thi time give any informtlon )- :J and Newport Woggles-What is your business!' ?
sengers on the down trip of the City .
1Igf r G
Sappe-My pursuit is the realizationof : :
11 as to style and size of the proposed j I of Tampa this morning. "Can't" tell you a word about It, not a the highest ideals of the human Intellect I : :
word, Is his Invariable reply to anxious A,
dredge, all of which depended The bay excursion: given last night inquirers for hints as to some of i C.tM l 1N, ALAIIAMA. I It It'i (*. m.t I A,

upon the harbor and water conditions by the Gadsden street Methodist the plans. As a matter of fact both Woggles-How many laps are you II f'JIIWltl: t', a,
f behind?-San Francisco Bulletin. Is Now I
the and Open to the Public
he found on this inspection, church, was a brilliant success and war navy departments have I :
will be followed by another excursion already put the correspondents on their Nik Apr/1
,. but he was going to press the workto I own resources Just as in time of actu- How !Stupid. under the management of ,.
Tuesday night, Aug. 12, leaving
<> a* early completion an possibleand cl war, and until It Is all over they .will Millicent-That Miss Splasher has Popular Restaura'1411IIJASJIll1L
Palafox wharf at 7 o'clock.
have to suffer the hardships of. horrid taste. f
uncertainty MRS. S.
> hoped that if no unforeaeen de- MMS '
Among the commercial men who together with the officers of Maude-W y go? \
lays occurred the dredge would be I enrolled the both branches and the soldiers and Millicent-Why. file goes right Into ,
are on register at the
V the of Penaacola, Florida. IIIJ .
sailors. water > bathing suit on.- yY
for in less
built and ready use than
Merchants today are F. F. Doyle, of .
Ohio State JournaL = -' -
' "Wby not? said Secretary
eighteen mouths. the Swift Packing Co., Omaha; R. Moody JO RATES REASONABLE t ,
a group of newspaper men.u ou I will rtrnr j or *
Capt. Sanford stands high in the ri. Sloan, undertakers'supplies,New ought to take your medicine with the eaat. By the Day, Week or Month jewelry In flnic.eupbtos. .... &

government's engineering department Orleans; and C. B. Hester, of the rest of us. And by the time your man "1 understand you aId! I waant .

Simmons Hardware Co., St. Louis aging editors have sent queries by the :worth powder'enongh {o blow me up.I Table Furnished with the Best the
., and is one of its most skilled I score. curse you tor not sending news jrant you to take that back:" Market fiords. '

officers. He is a genial: gentleman, There will be another bay excur- and threatened you with discharge you 7 I will Yon art jForth Just about Save Jlooey "
Public -
small of frame, nervously energetic, sion on the Enterprise under the will find this mimic war la real hell" enough powder to.blow: you up."-Chicago Patronage Solicited.Free ;i
of J. E. Reed
management Sunday ,.Tribuneryn1Ba1wn. *
To Test Wirele Telegraphy. Sample Rooms lure at Manton
. has a musical, pleasing voice, pierc- afternoon, leaving Palafox wharf at Preparations r
are being pushed to install -
ing gray eyes and the kuit brows of 2:30 p. m. i a system o>( wireless (telegraphicJ> I .Stop the Tickling, I Sunday Rates Made to Trarellnz Great Furn:l
sadssick 7saytla7a: :lm.jnl:b tU'fcro.i. Men. rium.truss .
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