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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 9, 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
30.433333 x -87.2


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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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Misl1orence AllaTti l THREE BEAUTIFUL__ WOMEN. f*9. .'':STORM ixtEiHILLtDi

Worn Out And Nervous Regained ;

1' Their Health And Beauty ; i WRECKS HOTEL ,,


By Taking Peruna. i i

M Miss Florence Allan, a beautiful Chicago MANY PEOPLE '
girl, A* ntfs the follow ing to Dr S.I

P.. Hartman concerning; his : NEAR WILMINGTON. !

tonic, I'eruna: catarrhal Terrific Fxplosion of Gas and Ponder

15 Walton Place. Chicago/.

.. "As a tonic for a worn-out system I 1 I

Peruna stands at the head in my estiI Special to The Daily News: Near Trinidad.

I''I mation. its effects are truly wonderful Wilmington, X. C:. Au*. $.-A cyclone

in rejuvenating the entire system. of great intensity passel; over

'II :=:= I keep it on hand all she time, and I Carolina Beach, resort 20 miles l>e-

.,. never bare that 'tired feeling,' as a't I bur this city, and left in its wake thJcompll'tt' I Special to The Daily News-: I -' -

, few doses always make me feelllkiflJ wreck of the Oceanic: hotel,
different woman."..Florence Allan. T' Trinidad Clo.:: An jr. S Sixtetn in. uI
at fid! structure used conjointly! as CURED OF
.1I Tttuu.ands of women suffer from syn-f are known to have been killed a.i: i
jmlkm for excursionists and hotl.FoirteMi .
'. temiratarrh.. Thi* i.- sure to produc' |' some otters are revolted missing i*
per oir out o! eighteen in
f. such -vmptonH a+ cold fret and hand, I the result of explosion: of gas :none I i
the hu.Idiug: at tiio time of the disas-
, i.-k h'-adai'he, palpitation <>( the heart f ot the mines of the Union Coal: LOCKJAW
tar were Injured ;;t''ralrobal'y! I
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and h.' m the stomach.Then I
avv feeling* i ard Coke company, at Hov.-n C milos
l'atal! Three four who
> or tscapidwcrp i
begin a -erics of experiment.They
tlt I I from Trinidad, last tipht.
diildren.Without .
Jt take medicine for tick headache/ I The mine employs about CO men. I

f.. They take medicine fur nervous prostration -, warnina! ; the cyclone struck They are all Americans and Irish. 'Sptclal to The Dally New '
the lieach acd the hotel was In thj
for of the heart fur
palpitation Most of the dead are said to bo mirried. New Ti rk. Au fc I'! firuu>s connected .
t dy'.prpsit None of thee medicines di center of its passage. Nobody had
with lUrirra ,uat knee
i> announced
1 any sixnl i.,'cause they do not reach the time to escape from tho building and
Immediately after the night: shift the fwntrery from kwkj1ar.d
. 4 cause of the complaint. all went down in the crash. The hotel
had started in the slope a startling dtsftHirice from that iBMHution it
I'eruna at once mitigates all theseaymptnms was totally wrecked and fourteen
explosion occurred entirely! IUl ling tha Joseph. a ")11 uf '811"t Klk." TtM.mah. .
by removing the cause. persons were caught under it. Res
tI II II.I mouth and slope! and shaking buildings who wee for many yeses a n.a.
:Systemic catarrh U the troulde. Systemic cuers came quickly and did their work
and breaking window for a mild bee of tie Now lurk ta tMtll tM at'f.
catarrh jiervades the whole system i In wind and rain with the night blackas
T distant. On the 4th of fee .h X hlm lf
July *
deranee every organ weakenseveryfunetkn. ink. Men and women cried to be
The known dead are: in the bead with b'-l rt >.
a r rtrt4i<
No permanent cure can released .
1 from the awful place ot Imprisonment.
El Ele
1 I* expected until the gjptemic catarrhis James Hunter machine runner He was taken 10 the bmiplt Oct<<

II removed. 1 All were gotten out in an hour except Tilden Winfield, colored helper. July 12. IrkJw "u well

I This it exactly what Penina will do. Hampton Smith, who was pinned Mike Cassidy, blown to plrna. ('d. and It was dctdHt to Inject itltuiine .

Joe Gordon colored dries er. Into the need and Ift-
spinal Dot
Its Cullen'n* Kitiaiintrd From OvrrHtudy. down by a heavy ice box and the'tim-
bers. Joe Sauchy, machine: runner to the brain u IB pre,.,.... rues. Tbinjettloiis ..
It bolt three tours i
to cut
Miss j ROJW Cullen, President of the Lira i Thomas Sierra wtrtuiad l..-i"*..w tie Ant
out, and he huggail pitifully fr.r
Y.-. nlr Woman's Club, Butte, Montana those Frank Groat. aid -". ,i I ''ut,it.ii vert. "ratun tilt
tl trying to save him to kill him. ,
rites Weller Elliott. '
: The I 1,11. da11U tAA '"'
: were made comfortable
ICl Galena street Butte, Mont.: T Philip Ferna. Mexican. .

Peruna Medicia ("I)., Columbus, U.: as possible! but there was not a H. H. Creech. !
T Tin doctor on the beach and the te'e- I
Gentleman"I'eruna has many friend J. Connolly. 1!
\ ISutte. I cannut.ay too much in pralwof ] phone communication! with Wilmington Oscar Bird. THREAT TO

it. While tini.-hm; school I became was rut off and no news of the ter- Thurmlller. |.

i nervom and exhausted from over-t. riMe ateider.t was received here anti
very The jvowder house at the mouth of
'-- study I was weak and sick, and could |, fix! hours after the cyclone when a CUT CABLE
the mine contained about l, . neither eat, sleep nor enjoy life. A ,i rn'ssi-nger! was sent to Wilmington '
of blatting ponder, and exploded b
couple bottle of I'eruna put new life in on fo-.t to get a passenger: boat and i --
+ the stock fem the mice asi at
me. I find hy having it in the hou. and ,+ physicians for the wunr.de1.ut. the tir" ,

taking ado-JO off and on it keeps me Ill'; HOI m had blown so many trees across I. damage was done to the mouth of the Special to The I lit 10)U:'

. fine h.'alth. A largo num'wr of nnfticiuU the road be made slaw progress. slope. WMbiwrton.* t-Th.1'aitet

pLt.'.. 1 "rllJla at the hvid .' 'l IImedlcin.'fII:1 Kerr l-"mi.t t.. fh- I The town of How en. sitiiKted about :'tats. and Halt!.. u4 Call .
...a.-1.'s' Cullen. ; a tjuarf.L. of a ii.'le:' .rl.ny i tit mine. ,
city U: hours after the accident and I Imcst company, eht.* catrf. 161-alA attape
WP IVruna i< w-perfally adapt to protesting ? of them sent to was shaken and a cumber of windows
ho..pita.I1I.S'wral lIaUI... hay inforwtl UM nary
;: against;: and curing: nervous diseases of the broken. Immeiliatdy I after the explosion .
T wounded are not e.petted .' dei rt mtt of the iUlMic of a rumor
i of run-down women a- the testimonial t almost the entire population of
to live. to tb. Trt that UWrf'11I a tkr'it
of Mi-s Oullen indicate ; the town rushed to the mouth of th" :
to cut th< table tt Cap Hattte til
MNP.lanrhe Myers 313) IVnn street, mine and the: scenes there wr hfart-
; has ankmi that tb> W. knife DOW tb...No
Kansas City, Mo., has the following: to.., FIRE AT rending.
lx used ',, peen rot thl art (*4.t.
/) sayof I'eruna: + The mine is almost a total wreck Afar + I
; ) have (H-i-n d:'i>ai. h- '! t>< r"mmaadr'
ll I Hiring each IIf the pat four season j as ran be determined
: I LEXINGTON I :\1'4 in I.ft\'t t'... inning of aka
<.->d4 ISS I haveaudit severe ioldwhen suil-T N. C. The explosion incurred about l.ftufl .

; d.nlybillet after an evening party, j feet from the jiurface. the: mien wa .abI.

: era, f Rose Cullen and <-atarrh f"rv,-ral w..I.... would b.. 1 -- quickly filled with gas and smoke. ar-l - --

.. ip..-;i.\ '- the result tine tattle ..f Verona cured Special to The Daily! News. those who escaped instant death un- 'DEATH OF
1 and I rhall n.-t dread eold any more !
,1'\ rte LI'Jl.hlfOn. X'r. Aui. s.-At 11:1:. j I doubtedly were suffocated.

; \ !' ? Miss- a.I dill.IIluH'h.p'rs.. tAn p. in. firfliroke out in lHrsttt & Mike Cassidy wa" blown to atoms
excellent little treatise on "Health {
Brandies! livery stables, on SecondSouth His head wan picked up rearly 1Mfert JUDGE BYNUM
v Blanche Mvers and Beauty," written e-p.-cially for \\ 0- '
: men, l.y Ilr. Hartman, will I..> sent free J I It. ; street and epiead from ther from where the body was fmnO;!.
. to the First : and his
. -. address hy The Pfi'fuualediclnP iCo. Methodist 'hure'h. which legs are still! missiag.! Tie

BEAUTIFUL WOMEN WHO PRAISE PERUNA. .any, of Columbus ohi''. was ",KIn in flames. Fire extendedfrom body of James Hunter was t..rriblymantled. -i..i ,

t....... .. ..NA.MyM17-NeJ- ..- .-. .+i,4.S.NJ4N.. S ..-- . . . . . P . i there to Sheriff: iJorsett's barn ( Jobit (irnI \i
and ex-Attorney General Wafer's fiiDimn (!S.! t

barn S. Y. Finch's barn and three tenement all on V..i -lit.
KNOX VISITS !IPYTHIANS houses beloncir.; to W. L. Har- FORSYTH COUNTY .i-- ,>f the t'. -. vi tll" .

!IFERRYBOAT icy. It damaged the stores of J. niri-if' dub C: ,, '. t >. c ilatur'I

Michael: T. L. Moon. Karle Holmes ELECTIONSpecial i I II II : b>' HH- tall .>."' ,I. \t w ui, .. whni

FLOCKING TO 'FRISGO Dr. nli.'., '&I dentistry office, all of which I I '.el.av .,' . trim tb..

PRESIDENT I i is BURNED wore partlyinsured.!. I I ..'srt UfO a.. ., .. ."IN"I'j" ,

I/sii will reach $. .IOfI to property; I .nit JlJdlfJ I. ....,.. and w.

Speria! to The Daily I News. I inII'alll'e JS.i'Oit. There were a3horsee I to The Daily News widely known fl ..vest wilt t...

I, burned alive in the tallies.! Cummine. Oa., Au:. The! > cnn nn San .Fran .' Saws /: ; I The heaviest losses are Methodist Kolidated vote of the Democratic primary -! at. hurrh tiHUfrrov. ,.It"-IW_ ea..

\ :; .-Atturr:..)' GenMi. U in ;ala attire and ready to YOI'K. Am;. !S.--An overturned church $S.O'>0. no insurance; Dorsettt election! held in Forgth! couny <'it. l 1\M.'.., .! Ran ef this city. ut

.- Knox spent last welcome the Knights of I'ythias, thousands lamp !in the engine roust of the ferryboat : Brindle, $;,600. insurance 13.000; Tuesday shows the following results: whirh hi a u a n.i8b.r. will aft... tIn '

< :\ and kit early today of whom are Cow on their way New Brunswick plying between Sheriff Dorsett. $;;00. no Insurance; W. I Representative M. Bart Rice; sheriff a bodyWill

..\ t.'i lt President to attend the Brand conclave of their New Brunswick, N. J. and New York, L. Harkey $500, no Insurance. B. J. Sanders; clerk J. R. Echo: :

.' Knox today admittedt order. set fire to the boat and s? rapidly di I tar receiver M. R. Durham; tax collector .

it a participant: in an Eighteen trains, consisting' of 120 the Harm spread that the vessel had Ell Harris; treasurer, A. CI'; RESIST

:. a cabs at AtTantlc! (coaches ara expected to arrive over to IM beached on the Meadows about INSANE WOMAN I Bll; surreyor H. C. William; cor-v1 I II

.... "lay night but said the Southern I'acific railway by theOsdcn 3 miles belo! New Hruuvick and allowed I her J. K. Talbot. I

,nits of the occur route not later than midnight to burn to the wattr's wdee. The HANGS HERSELF Theremire no contests exr rt for >: DRIVERS' DEMAND

;. i-xaccerated. He said Sunday.: Others will! come via Los boat carried a (Tt'Iof 23 men aadtLre representative, iheriff and treasure.1 I

i xi'hanfjedvision Angeles and several from the north. were sixteen passengers; aboard It Is bell v.d there will bo an in-i:

of the Incident The railroad officials estimate that Captain George F. Rogers, of Brook I dependent ticket put out against the Spc< idl to Tie (1&11)' :Newa I
, the special trains will bring more than Special to The Daily News. I
orders that thw life boats LMmocratio! nominees.SUPPOSED .
: .d the cafe with lyu. gave .
vr one-fourth of tho whole number that C'h.rtjru.: \\f ft Tr.. ,."... rornpanlre .

: .. consisting of four should be lowered when it became apparent Raleigh N. C.. Aug. 8.-Miss Alice i

: wen Atl.! nearbya are exacted; to take advantage of the that the flames could not besuciessfully Holderfield, aged bl. committed suicide the prarltrcity have t 1.s "iootl 10 r.
TRAIN rut d..n.III .ff ",.11' drtrere feteIaerea.iI
lower rates of fare.
of three : to'ht and the passengers 4 miles from here by tying a handkerchief
patty jay aDd rluirtorth b' e,.
William D. Kennedy, Chicago r. NyaTb.
taken ashore so speedily around her neck,
were fastening
if whom he knew.P' .
Trlt>UII4. ui hate .Ji"f, .
!. a me noisy and corder of the supreme tribunal. Is already that there was no excitement a trunk strap to !It and hanging Urself I ROBBER ARRESTEDSpecial .tip to
protect !r huta.s atwMtl4 1k.Tean..trra' ,
H. of
here. C. Warlelph. Utah
The engineer of the boat. Wlll'.aTiTraver. to a tall bedpost.She .
; !I.'t il le He asked a .
union all| strike
grand keeper of records U among the of Bath. N. H.. was badly was temporarily Insane from a t'uye.tlwith
a' them out of the
put this dH"1loQ l '
I < ors nim ft .f *
arrivals. burned about the face and hands. incessant strain of nursing her blind
liter: requested the dls- to The Dally News similar! artlnii! l Two race horses were pushed overboard mother aged 92 years. Miss HoMerfleld
.'l. t, but instead th'y Indian Territory. I frolic of the l't and swam ashore uninjured.Th recently made two attempts at (;t.ry
\ Then Mr. Knox esTitside of '
Vlnlta. I. T.. Aug. S.-Returns I whoastabemra: aid drlrrrs at.ttteat.alalt .
-' I vessel was valued at '50,0<)0. Partially suicide Tenn..
\ and returned
Section are sufficientto t"ubl. ,
Cherokee Iw rh d..U
isiured. penitentiary last Monday: night ia
't 'UtAn altercation enB ratification of the treaty I nowsought were r..a"b-d tIn a uoero-t
how the Griggi Nominated in SecondAlbany a.\ the leader of the train! robbers part snob.
>f the men made a by 1.500 or more f'nCt which r"'l'I.tltlv.. Jf .....
with the government Shake Into Your ShoesAllen's Ga.. Aug. 8.-Hon. J. M" who hd! up the Burlington
M .x. hut did not hit him. defeat of the full- / cx storm and of .
The It.rcn Mi .,
majority. Foot-Ease a It Gnggs. who has so ably r prf'.sented | press at Savannah. Ilia.. 24 hours after
."w c tMrents it was all over bloods is decls'.re.! The Cherokee the second district In congress has the escape. At St. Paul. Minn. prteatl eompnel'n were reg r""r.t.4.
nr i to his friends. Mr.: will meet at Tailequaa nE tt cures painful, smarting, nervous feet I'( CT.
council been unanimously re-nominated. "Jim"Griggs. men who are suspect of I
tie statement that the trot and ingrowing; nails, and instantly complicitys !
the"ota. ALL
canvass in WERE SAVED.
Monday to M be la called by bis the robbery are under arrest.
connected with takes the out of and They
any way sting corns bun
. and admirers had made aa enviablereputation were taken in a body as they albted "For year I autlated uch uctoi-1
.-t. Juno It's the
was ions. comfort
TO THE BENEVOLENT. greatest discovery in the national! house of from a Great Western train./ They misery from Itronehlti," wnu J.

of the age. Allen's Foot representatives, where he I I. considered give their names M George McKIn- H. Johnston, of hrouzhtoD Ua..
what makes price. If Ease makes tight or new shoes feel "that often I wa unable to work.
midst are needing one of the strongest mea In that non. H. D. Coleman. Henry bee F. D.Patchen .
> aulh Extract was 110 betterr The poor ia our easIt I is a certain cure for sweat body. He has: been selected as chairman and William Dunn Then when everything .IUI!.4, I
ing! callous and hot, tired achin Steps was wholly cared by Dr. I'Inr's law
extracts it who send ?
price would aid. Let those can, moneyto of the congressional Democratic have been taken to ascertain whetherthese
feet. Try it to-doy. Sold by all Dl'coveryforCoo.umptioo. My wlfsuflered -
-ame. Once tried, alwaysERT United Charities or hand to me. druggists and shoe stores. Don't campaign committee tile place formerly mea or any of them ran be intently from, till

accept any substitute. By mail for held by Congressman Richardson Identified< M escapes from tie Ten- it cured tier and all our xp.ritDc. ''

J. M. DAXXELLY.Foley's 25c. in stamps. Trial package FREE. of Tennessee Nomlnatioa U tie nlil" penitentiary. goes to show It M i the best Croup

. AND DANCE AT Address, Allen 8. Olmsted LeRoy, soma a* election ia this district. medicine lu the world" A trial will

. \ ''LIA BLUFF THURSDAY Honey and Tar N. Y. MEAT & MALT has convince you It'l unrivaled l for
. a marvelous:
Throat and Lung dl.u.. (Jatr,.-
1'' TRAINS AT 8, 8:30 ANT D cures colds, prevents pneumonia Ball Bearint keen cutting free Foley'a from poisons Kidney and Cure will is a cure medicine dietetic value. While refreshing and teed bottle r.>c. aDd tl UJ. Trial betties -

TRAIX RETURNS AT case of kidney disease that is any pleasant to take, it helps assimilation free at W. A. D'Altcnbtrt..
Lawn Mowers at the not ,
'CKETS 25: CENTS, AT Try THE NEWS Want column ; i it beyond the reach of medicine. W of food. Sold byDANNHEIBSER .

will pay yoc. Willis Hardware Go's- A. D'Alembertel21 S Palafox st. BROS. I KBOW O.. 8". ......' I

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Body Badly Decomposed Found In

t r: 1AN 1LKIG.Y..axxK OCEAN TRIP EXPEDITION RETURNS ; V New York.Mamaron Aug. 8.-Bay.A badly decomposed

holy his been found in Mam is Kingof

t To NEW YORK, BOSTON ); Searched For Mythical Treas-I aron that hay of a Long young Island man.sound.II.well dressed.. was

I EASTERN RESORTS Ij ure of Cocos Island.NO t Around the neck was strapped a small bottled beers
tools. A ,
valise filled with machine

r/. t t to ) SIGN OF GOLD WAS FOUND. A CONTRASTOf ticket dated July 31, for one of the because of its uni.

rh. @S \\ i : I Fall River liners, was found in the

4 OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANYLIR'R:1TESt3FNIONtiINVIIE: \ I''I Elaborate Expedition Had Been Fit I, the face of a healthful woman with clothing, but all other means of Identification form excellence

I the face of one who is sick proves that failed owing to the condition
J i ted Out for a Supposed Buried Treasure -I Brewed from the best Barley-Malt
3O Hour of Ocean Breezes I Many often a sad face is a sick face. of the body.

each Weep but Parties Have Returned In I a woman has credit for a sunny The coroner expressed the belief
{ Sailings J disposition who would soon be sad of that the man Jumped overboard froma and imported Hops and "lagered"

3 from Savannah Ga. Disgust. i iI face and irritable of temper if she had to

J endure the womanly ills which many of steamer but it was quite evJuent he (stored for maturing) until
patawr.a-lr1-erv..or.tpannwnt 1 V Mnniol w W this I'''|'m"l will'-+1111'0111. nrr r 1J I Victoria B. C., Aug. 8.-The elaborately her sex have borne for years. was not a machinist, therefore the just
; .QrgItWlade-Inrr'PPai', ''n ,..fontIy''. outfitted expedition: which Let i Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescriptioncures presence of the tools was unexplainedand
..\-UHI* iron all wmtlK-rn a I and most Wholesome.
r .i,.."t in i. nwf li- -.nll/,"" ar.d Su ....u.. ", sail from here early In January on the diseases which are the source many persons who saw the body ripe
/to- ... t 4r, ,.. \.W r lork. y I of so much pain and suffering :o women.
i to search for inclined to the murder theory.
i iy thi brigantine Blakely I II Tilt product eAnheuserBuschBrewingAss'n/
t 4 'e. ..... 1I..vaTl aerl Ntla Na f It establishes regularity, dries debilitating '
.. I I the mythical treasure of Cocos island
............ drains, heals inflammation and ul-
...,.. GlNllly '.... 'I. f :!
II.{ I.........,. Tlrh......, ........ .... : has returned: like otter expeditions ceration and cures female weakness. : Vatican Disapproves Friars' Action.
e ..I... ,......1 1,0.1.J..E.r..dI.jlaL I with Rome The action of
".II. I" : which have visited the 1 island, Mrs Cornelia Henson of Coalton Boyd Co., j I Aug. .

tr.lrr''f K yf'ht"1I1 I YC'ICi lout having tn a sign of treasure of Ky., writ* : "In October 1889 I gave birth to a i the Philippine friars in selling theIr St. Louts, U. S. A.
.. baby and the treatment I received at the handsof
I -- I any kind. The expedition was an utter ; the midwife left me with falling of the utrnw. lands to a syndicate of laymen is disap. Urtbtrs also ef BlacK 0 Tan AnheutrStandard, late .

i FItKNCH; SCHEDULE I failuie. The instruments which I I had no health to speak of for three years. I proved at the Vatican. The lands are Faust, Expert Pale. Eiaulsltt.: Mlcbeleb and .Yr ..
had another baby which was the third child My
Following is the schedule of the : were to locate the supposed: hurled health began to fail and I found myself completely considered to be church property inalienable DIXXHEIxxER BROS.. Wholesale Healers IVn "' ,

French treasure failed in all instances except : worn out I had so many pains and without the consent o!
.i governmentEteamerUeneral aches my: life was a burden to me and also to all
which THE NEWS prints: for the I in giving the members a lot of work I i I the family, for I was nervous and cross and I I I l Rome. An investigation indicates --

benefit of the merchants: who chip in digging in different parts of the is i could not sleep, Had four doctors come to ee that the Dominicans alone told their
t me but at not found I was slowly dying The Foley's: Kidney Cure will cur all <>
their jjoods to the various army 1 land. doctors said I had h\'er.lunlr and uterine trouble.I lands When the sales are definitely diseases arising from di=urd red I
I wa bed far month and when I did I Willis Hurt
t; posts: : i Captains Ilackett and \VhidJen. commander j was a sight to behold. I looked like a get corpse up ascertained the friars will be obligedto kidneys or bladd .-\\'. A. the '

Lravt-n lrVnsacola Harritncns- .. .... ....7:5iia.7:00( a. m.m.UaTM I I and mate of the hrigantine. I I walking Pierces Favoritei're.crition.'Golden about I commenced to take Medical Doctor show the amount received fcy them berte 121 S.Pocket. Palafnx D'Alem'I'i I "JnJ-tl..I. III i?

.ii; Pickens ..... ........ Naar> a. m.lyrafi who have the maps said to have been Discovery' and 'Pellrtv and ever since then I and re-imburs the church. I tad 11I-I11.e a'.".", 1
!b IIIHr"nelh
have been a well woman. I have suffered all a
..,lu:151111.. drawn by a Nova Scotia miner who is -
: Leave. PrDsacol I woman could suffer at my monthly period until i cutler/ and sci.YYo.' .. will hail r
Arrlt'. rranclu 11:111 H. m. and thenmakrk faid to have hurled some treasure since I began the use of Dr Fierce medicines Delivery Boys on Strike. I flower ardeu- r
a trip to tortMcUee and tben returns j! but now I can say I have no pain.. The dark I the finest to the i ; !
to r.arraiiCHi.Lt I there are ditgu.sted with the gollj circles around my eyes are going away and I feel i Chicapo. Aug. S.-Several hundred sors from own ;ground. \

I. 1-rl.Vr I'ickeiikLrt Karraneai .. -...-.. 1:1-1 1:'!5p.p. m.Ill. I j findIng inatnimer.ts which Justice Oil. I,I km better n in white every, way but before M: v cheeks it was are as red yellow and my as boys employed on delivery wagons of I cheapest at the Willis : 1 home, and i I' "

+ > IVn-acoULr ... .. 4:* p. Ill. I i l ert. former court stenogiapher' of this saffron the State street department stores Hardware Co. thoUKli he 11, t .-
.\e" Pickeu- .......5:1Sp.i1. I I II I substitute for" Favorite Pre- I I r.Vfn' womai w.
and Accept no
Arrive* t<"rrlnelbJ m. and ntakastrip I city, Cnyeart a progector took struck today for an increase in their _
p. :
I andif
there is 'wn -! I' w
to Mcltr anil return. I ,down! on the vessel. scription" nothing just as good wages, from $t S3 to Sfi.f PelUery nr I
for weak and sick !''Thus. C. \\TatHcn '
Oil \VVdiie-daysaudSaturdays: i!I women. MIII\VIKIIY. ,
The K-ikeiy; was Ml days reachins
parcelsas delayed to a cnnsiderahb'extent. i
boat will'! I 'ave via Pick- the Mai.i i from Victoria. I I: Mr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are easy I The anderssguf tak.-t! i'iiiflennsr ,"'hi,d''1 loading K",il 1'w
g< lUng a :. As In the recent
end for 1't'1Ialcob: at Ij1)I 1'. m. and pleasant to take. A most effective I mcsseng.'rboys' I 'If : her ;ervic.s :iBrsjliss 1 can allow ro..r
The Jenr-ral French is for army taste oi h-avy weather which pr*> i laxative II jI I strike the boys made the at- iiceu-eJ midwife, haynt! .

and outsider must : vailnl at that time, arriving at the I fair much of a Jollification. -.-----
rurp<-eM only any i I f I in:; had 35 years experienc".I i
Iidve pa-s from the qu.irteruu-.ter islr.n.1 on April 17. After a day'sifconuoitriine ----- Can five bc- t.of references frnuleading I I Buy a new -I
Splint "VitI'arjreu Bellellna.
o take i' i--age o i I the instrument w s : Great Fire at Port,?u-Prmce. I physician- this city.
--\>->, sir; I only paid $W fr q.Hun theil\\ ,
: brought out aid the mop started work Port-au'Prince. Haiti Au 8 -A ; MKS. M. (tII>DEN .

STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE i ins? at t point to which: it ointed.Af: i this suit.Vhy.. 1 o ul'l tell anybody 1paid erect fire at midnight hIhum..i : ]lIt! H4 South:; DeVilhers :M. Company.
1 ${I) fur It, and he'd believe it.IIoli
i ter sinking a shan I'd feet another
own liti; houses causine damages; -s -
t joii think !'u'?
I trial was made with the so-ca'.led gold timated at J2!'otlnN The people' rr.ained -

Between IVi'Kacul.t aid Millim-Iloatllunn I finder. and it pointed In another direction 5i1lrpu-\\'ell-er--perhupy: so. provided calm dining the oi m DR.MOFFETT'S Cores C ,"3
f yon told him over the telephone. progress
r I>ail> Kept Sunday.CITY :, in fad, every time it was brought i if -Philadelphia Press. the fire. U4r

f out it pointtii! in a liifft-rtnt direction.
I Finally. getting disgusted with it, The liriintifnl of '0.1. I I Iflt, f'" 9'

LT Miltun .v''I\rn I.\'J'.n'ftCUhlI\I'plII i Cai.tainVhidtUn and llack( tt decided Come cuddle your bead on my shoulder. His Sight Threatened. I fAs TCETMING POWDIRS) Aidi the I t.. .
... A
Arl'rc .la. -'iini Ar Milt..1. 'i.iiipiuf dear. II "
to t''st it with some roll coin the "While picnicking Li-t mouth my I e ,
"r'"i' Round trip'1m.. Your head like the goljcnro;
Costs 25 cents at Drolls lh'tct,
I bea. h. It tailed to find the coin andthi And we will go sailing away tram here 11-year-old boy wa poisoned by Only ,

i n a search tor the treasure was To the beautiful Land of Nod. some weed or plant," says W. II. Ur mail SS rroli la C. J. MOFFETT. M. 0. ST 6 tWe /;
Awayfrom lire's hurry and flurry and I II AI "T.
FOR THE CHILDRENluiiKftlt I made mile-it! : n'ler.t of it. i worr). Dibble, of :Sioux City, la. "He rub- I i bait handled Dr. $,'nen's TKETHISA (T' -",'noll'. w,i ie.I .,., .in "'. r '

Holes were stink where the scrjvot i Away from the earth's siiaJow and bed the porn off his hands into his,: and trule as a pr-iprirUT mnlicme. .,.t cur irU*..I"11, h. *. ..'.....11'i m "..,. I Ir iDOW
uni'ait to twi.irthre4 hundred trru>*|fr T&r .h>'h ii a' ntnni''i i I r------
ot Illrili and .tuiniilr. her H. M. S. gloom; .. ,. .,. .
Imperious an-1 the and for awhile we were afraidhe is civet tuthe m ithrri C.- "" > .jb'.r
11.IU iu.ilbt>\s null girl klio.v how To a world of fair weather we'll float off eyes hot>unurovtrcuuirs>oquicklyttieuoutlttim ' schooner Aurora had searehoil with together would lose his sight.I Finally a 1! Tilt LAN IH S lUMilN Ulll'. i ..

t Ions: tit birds! and .iiiimaU l live'/ None out any better re mlts. PiovNionsgcttm i Where roses are always in bloom. recommended De Wilt's

I t-f "in "cmiiioii i>Hs. the cuts or do;''s, < low. it was determined neighbor; ,

t 11"Q' lui.;:. I uiiiv h..anluf a cat ImaJ..t to I last shut up jour eyes and fold your Witch Hazel :Salve. The Or-t application '.'" "
> a start' tcr home and after a sup BOYS and GIRLS zx .
thai: hurl twent.v-niiif years ami of a hands helped him and in a few dayshe ;: I 1' '
J 11,1)' cf_coin and turtles had been loaJeil I Your hands like the leaf of a rose was a, well a-> ever." For kiu w'.ynuC.n .
A.. that tw Mity-tw when hiMliiil.U. ing our III rent, 'nmml"I" all nUAI.: '
,: was And will sailing to those fair lands 8Iueine. per on i
the vessel was turned northwaM 1 I we go disease, cuts burns scalds wounds! hou'-rliolu,". 1'.scrylaity i .1..11"t..,! i n II. .. .. ('n.lilu .. <
J .\. Mathvs.. Hut this ds not That never an atlas shows. .
sot" This wa.m May 11. only five day insect bite.. DeVitt's'itch HazelSalve ..-Bntcr you ever and in I h. ua. h 1t.It., d dot 1,. (1,1. teat '"
) I I On the north and the west they are
nN". and will i--ii'1 ,, 111.,1' '
"flo-II w I
i'l'II.( Relieves piles at suiiif 'y .i' .I. .n i auN '
1 after having been spent on the: island. Captains bounded by rest is sure cure. hen you lmv sold them return u> *>...... gar! !I. : I mm, tiu
if A luirsc cannot do much work Wlndrten and Ha('kctt still h,'- I On the south and the east by dreams; I once. Tjewure: of counterfeit Har- Ion( lioiiot ilclHv, hut 111 fit! aid ,.!>''.
t: h< !" lui'Ke\ Ill' fourteen years old. but 'Tis the country ideal where nothing Is II is' Pharmacy, Jvhnl'5ht'rl'1rd. Sidney .\ live that the treasure is there, b-it I
i 1 hud o( oil,- liore tluit li\fl sixty real. l !thl1.
place! no confidence in the instruments But everything only seems. i _
1 font ,,fir. Uirds Miuu-tiines have l lUll? I I
ot MI-SMB. Jilliprt and Knyeart. There I
11'I tiers win oiiiv a parrot who Just drop down the curtains (.f your dear '
is lil.ely to be gone trouble before th" I : IF YOU ARE
liumlrnl via eyes
I In i'il! OUT a years, nivensofun Tarninatthesii; I
llmilch busings of the expedition is settled.The Those eyes like a bright bluebell
$ lonpT.A I And we will Bail out under starlit skies I I LOOKING FOR BARGAINS
chairman of the
o. kato-i in a furi.ff country was aclitcinii company II. H. To the land where the fairies dwell \

old I'd when he was eighty Jones is charged by the captains with I I Down the river of Sleep our barK shall i %j and secure tale\ most tlcHciovtsofbcerjet

five j..:irs old. lie would have lived to having acted in his own behalf and I sweep in AUil
Till it reaches the mystical Me produced
l.' -"!OJ.'r :f he had not jawvn sir cro stluit I not In the interest of the other mem- I Which no nun hath seen, but where all For the next ten days I will sell

I ln would tit and hurt himself. I bers of the company The captains have been Ii you any article now in stock at a '

t l'i.-i! are such wlli-h creatures that 1 left b-lilnil some bundled shares in And there we will pause awhile. Hcdristis bcsfalio:l llrAP-iz:
di-couut of !) per cent from the regular -
they ought to lice Ion;. They never : th> company which were to be oH : float I
i along
. I will croon you a sons as we I Think uf it-you will
_ Fri 4.1>t. ] tear them and are .lls-ati"til'.1 with the To that shore that is blessed of Ood. price. LH All f' bl Beer is b.cwrHon n rprcml'/

3 I'aiarc said to live hundreds ofyears. ,j manner in which this stuck: was dib Then ho, for that fair land, we're off for ; sive$2: -I on a diamond ring; or pin, tij malt malted in ncibrtlane >* iih ffn' last (- '

wad pike ana No hardy old iVI- !' pined olMoDnffie's. That that beautiful rare land Land of Nod'! 1 where at regular! price it would cot od:;. Our f hops are the if".f that monc) ran {"

t low. -Ella Wheeler "'ilcox.A $li>0. See; you save 2": cents on I j I.I I.

t There are si/uie insects that the but I every dollar's worth you buy. Now I :) PABST BFiKUlNG CO.
Witch Hazel _
i l. _
tioiirs : liic but a day, and
r a few o.'tie! diamonds
is the time to buy your or
Foot Bealer '* inc <>f tlp thl".t YOUNG LADY'S LIFE SAVED.
i all <>f them lire fc'.K'lt 1In"1.111t'
I I i watch or any other article in stock .\ I -o
wild l la>ts di> not lire Ions!: lout baby powder known cures pricklyi At Panama, Colombia, by Chamberlain's I -
!ld. ami heat and in-tant relief. : very cheap. Call and examine I
flfjilmnts are Knnietimeery t> i gives Colic Cholera ard Diarrhoea

then they growh11p1Pas, ju--t like oM: ; 2:) TENTS. Remedy.Dr. I 'ood Remember, thi offer i is for Ell'

pe.rple, and cannot ,1.1 anything: for !Sold by John Sheppardil5 :S. Pal Cha H. t'ttt-r. a prominentphyieicin only ten day No trouble to how FINE 'IITIN ES. LIQUOR( .

Iheulst'Ies. afox *treet. of I'lnuma. Colombia in ''god". J. 1. :STEPHENS,
112South:, Palafox "treet.I .
:1 recent letter-tate- : "J/i-t MarchI

The n\iTiiK;Ins buy lurful it. a Hal.IKTFOII of infinite I : had ai a patient a youn laJy sixteen I I i S. A. FRIEDMAN

rt.-uuree tiii,.l lu-ier likes an op- I CONCERT AND DANCE AT year-of age, who hid: a very The finest line of umbrella in the I ,

: |Mirtuniry to !imin-s this fact ujion his MAGNOLIA Br. TFF THURSDAY bad attack of dy-eutery. Everything : city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go look i 1*, O. BOX 4 IS. TI-I.t-I'II': : 11

friflli's of llle ;:"-1111.1' SeX."Huh I NIOHT. TR.IT:: Jj, S::*) ANI) I pre-cribed for her proved in at them. I -

: I woiiMn 1 I.,- Uitlunil-ir-- 9. LAST: TRAIN RETURNS: AT effectual and ..t tie wa -rowin, wore --

i' ILK my hat ('> .1 p.euie.. aid a little 110.; TICKETS: ; CENTS: AT every hour. Her parent were -me I If you wish the very best

curly h.tirtl d.unstl l'Ul1tt-D1llt\1\u..I l ly to I! DEPOT. cite wnuM die. She li id become =o : at the i TRY TSBWWIWfWICKE&CO.) WANT mUM !
ice cream freezer
i L,.r other :i> they set off tojii'thiT weak that -lie eoulJ not turn over in very
bed. What to do at this critical i lowest price the Willis I II
backet MI !injul \ntl jour list one.ti II I .
In tttrnMitt* llli' moment wa= a study for me, but I I I --- ,
,,>: I stiouM I i.nnk 'it'll hare known Hardware Co. can pleaseyou.
I thought of Uii.nJihprl.iiu'Colic, I-
Pblu- of graj and wlntesiniH'd! taf-
enough: to t-'iue ;our hat at home. Jini- ,
Cholera: and Diarrl'ifi Remedy and : Ii
ftta. made up em-swi-se. it fn ten i
a* a last re-ort pre--cribed I'! The .
side with three id.l 1 il
sli"htlv on one > -
t "\Vould you. now? said Jimmie, nio-t wouleiful! re-nit was ellec'ed. !, We will launder your spreads for

s with swift hut tolerant ('Orn. "\VoIl. ; Within eight hour !>ne wa- feeling) 16 cents each and mike them look

you Ju..t listen to me. t wore this hat much better ; inside of three day: like uw. Star Laundry. Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter

l.o'.nua' it's roti nice. tiff liriia, and she wa* upon her feet and at the end ,
.. of one week wa entirely! well. For I ,
1111'11 I :iil it in the I riNk 1 can I'tllll.1my
: vile; by all dru;:n-ts and medicine I Water coolers that do not
s iltluTb. on it. .tId I shall I'ath -
iii I .
/ I de.iler-. I No. S South Palafox Street
I'titttTilii'* ami bwtlos In it and some waste ice, at the Willis 1
i : ------- AlJ Kind ot: Plumbing and (iaa Fitting Katoriah Klp
nl ruffed tii-xs for Aunt .lennio and I Hardware Co.'s. ,. ..
I at '.ItPNIMr FI III';'Ia dws in. 'A K* A
tt ...Ulle j 1'.1>ltks forftl Summers'ml. Drark Aeid and Died. --------

i: lertlo'lMde 61..MlM1. tie's l.|UK' fllld someMrt I Chie!iso. An!;. i-l.nrius Clark whoa WEEICLYPiCIIEDUL.: 1

I t.! h .irU I Mri ps; f.>r 'jjotlii-r. and th,'ii trw
seal" ago wan one of the miM
I ran put 0... p.I':,,'r and salt i prominent promotes and capitalist.- I
.vVu hullan.i
It. I." w,1 rime t"tMBCOL.t'Lt.t.'lltiC TEl: llti.l
} t : in Chicago and who was associate i
your't is :<'T all enough to so: 1.1 .
AVKRY fc w'nl.F'Ij
i 1 mine so welt eaeh hate just on with Charles T. Yerkes in the building -

I thins tn carry and if I can jam my of surface and electric railroads, leave Pen.cola for the Lnu IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
i big I'.ajouv rringtoa, Nary'artand
fcat lii' y'"iir III isk! I t you won't luumi.tthitij. 1 I has committed suicide by drinkin? car. Bayou Fort Barrancas at

m!""'" ad.le l I hllmi,'. "'iz..1 -asr'r' nolle acid at his residence. 2477 Fen
Karraucai HARDWARE
A::*) a.m.arrive at Fort 7:15 a tlu.uua
-1 ly a lirilluu.t: afti'itli'iucht.Appointed more avenue. His wile and tiv" rh.l- .. m.arrive at Fort Barrancai Ibuia.q
l:0up.m.arrive at Kort Barrancal lt 5p a
-- ken were in the house at the time
Vice Consul. 8:*) p. m. arrive at Fort Uarrancas 4:1511 n I
1 Latterly Mr Clark had been enraged 6tt p.m. arrive at Fort Harraacai IuOp D Iron Nails: Axe. fthov' l*. :-'aIiII and Sr, m*'
New Orli-atis. La.u'?. S.-Louts t rSTCI'E' '5:">)u.m, arrive at Fort tiarrkacai 8.5 ):.D I ",
t in ruining operation and Cooking and Heating :.v.ovep'un
promotion i Supplies,
leave Fort Pun
t Donald: a vhii: broker of Mobil, has ,
atilt !ik of surreys in that lin-* drove cola at Window Ola",. tuna, Pistols and Fi-hitu T wk.I .
been appointed Danish vice consul ror
him to take his life. 71S a m. arrive at Feo cola_ ._. iOC a. n I and Tinware ana 1olISefut'uisIIiH,1j11o1h f ,
l the etatt Alabama, under the New lluo p m. arrive at Feniacola_...1L:r3 p.n Agate

Orleans consulate !:IM p. m. arrive at f vnaacola_ 24j g.a i rtl
Gaynor and Greene Case $:00 p m arrive at r'ensaccla.__ tall p n LrAOF. :; FOR BIRM .NCiHAM ROLLING MILL CO"

f Qlwht' 8.essrs. LO( Up m. arrive atPeni&DOla..N T.ii p, I Giant Mitched Ueltinz-: Northampton E
It Nefdi a T01i Gaynor *8.5 p. m. arrn'It Pen aoola_ ':S u&Matardayionlr a t Revere
i i I Laftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson nomine.
There are time when your liver and Greene appeared before Judge Ca. : I Whfrl Co.,

rl' i.eeds tonic. Don't R'ive pur/itive* I ron in the superior court today aai ABE FOR WEEK: DATa Iron KIDO; and Buck Stoves and Ranirfw
feniacolato Fort Barrancaiaad retort w< Coup & Co.:*' Raw Hide Lace Leather. MfitiiMade
1 that ripe and weaken. DeWitt'sLittle I were again remanded. Judge Caron
KfXer Cl: !>SWISE, Fbnacola to Navy Yard and return_ i i Railroad Colors.
:j Early Riser* expel all poison informed counsel that on Wednesday Peaiaeo'.a to almetto lIe ct and r@turlllOI
I from the and button The collar and the cuff p'J1Ioi coli
siy-tem act a* tonic to Teraiilp. %>
i next at 10 0'(((x k he would render OXDAT ICUKOUDC. Masonic
the liv.r.V.. Scott. ail Hiijhlxndare. are of embroidered batiste bordmd
weather the
judgment on the motions of the United i i! When permits running o i
.. Milton P.i.. way"I have with a band of ;gray taffeta matching; I :[ open coaches.
carried DeWitt's Little Early Rider= States government to dismiss the toavt yeniacola. LT Fort Barrutt i GOffiPASY
I the dark trirh'. The plastron is of the W. B. WRIGHT>>
with me for several YE'Mtnd would : material.A writ of habeas corpus: Should the tam, lot, m. f"tW1

not be without! them." Small and writs by dismissal! the cases against 11 a. m., n'p.m.Ip.m m.Ip.m. .. I rr

f .1t..y to take. Purely vegetable. the prisoners for extradition will be 'p.m. MANUFACTURERS ANI DEArS'
Tnev never eripe or distre**. Har 1 e.m B.Q. f
World Wide Reputation.ChainbcrUin' heard on their merits. i L--' .
gi iPIItIlHlC.f.. J..hnhl'l'prd.: j Sidney 'p.m p m.Ip.m. LATHS
h"ln.! Colic Cholera and ep m "'""' "' LUMBER
Jc. m. i p.m. i 4 ,
Diarrh' i Remedy rua world wide Many persons in thi community fAB PQBgtJirDATfem

O.A.BTOnJ.A.:: reputation for its cure*. It never are sutferine from kidney complaintwho : .soato ort: Bamnoai 5itylarfl .JlJJ SAWED CYPRESS SHlNGlIS"1.f 'I r.,
S *..-the V* Kltf Ira Haw >''*3rs BoijT fails and i* plen-int and afe to take. could avoid fital result br u.I i I i' and r tnrr._____ SINPnlaoola .
r lo rairfitte .etea sad
1'fcsd For sale by all drug :ista and de11 in? Folpy's J.1'eC'f. W. \.1 I' MUrE-.._______ III PENHACOLA FLA.J
D'Alemborte. .. ____
PiI .
121 S lf.'IX.
era. Nofr!igbi *lT d after 1:10.11'.

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,, Illllm; Hair i WO WILL FIGHT VCN KOLNITZ. '
.\ whiskers a lit Don't Treat Symptoms'Go

rttunrkrd, taking 01YF1iAIA-w New Entries in Race for State Senate'In '
South Carolina. after the cause. Stimulants and cathartics will never cure indigestion.

1 Boston lJarlJ r. They may temporarily relieve the system but the net meal clng I It again. The

to P,ur heard "King of all Bottled Beers." Brewed from Bohemian Mops.. Charleston 5. C.. Aug. S.SEnatorTillman's food should be digested. The nourishment health-strength it contain;

.' ,. SOLD EVERYWHERE declaration that he would should be appropriated:> rl>ed by the system. .
no longer help Charleston ehoald Gej.

.-, F. Von Kolnitz be sin tj the state K0 DOL
-- -- -
tI \|'|>rnrunrr. Children
senate LiougLt out two ('antidat! s to;
"v ted tie boarder, out a Plat for a ilni.iiin. but di\i".in :
A CASE OFCONSCIENCE that office today. purifies, cleanses, : strengthens, sweetens the stomach.

tenant i>Xpinhatlua. r.tiilfS.. he knew Ii They were Juhn P. Grace, Cor.grfi Th rive This new discovery digests all classes of food and ai UtS

..1 ain't" replied the pt'i'fwllyvill that tUu girl uas eu- man Elliott's private clerk, and F. H. the stomach: and digestive organs In assimilating sod
dune (er. This in i titled to the \vliolt- iuin.ui.t less any I transforming it into the kind of nourishment that I.

i i had i('bterl1ay.t. ."- ,, ciiiiimNsiou she iu!;:ht Mt lit to allow McMaster' a newspaper man and at 0 II taken up by the blood and fed to the tissues throughout
-.! i I II liiia-that Is. if she n-fraini-d fromIiruamitiug present member of the state leg's- the various: organs of the body. Kodol cures indigestion

I [Original ] ; him fur retaining, funds lature. With the new men in the I 1C nHnl and dyspepsia thus removing the cause of all stomach

Peter Coitricht was going home one field hot mUUVI troubles. Kodol such strength to the that.
h'e Had! I that did not belong to him. Hel a fight is expected in the fives body ;

.i. a hhatr.e for the eceuingLett, happening to pUuee at >roodfd over tile matter, lying awake primary. it is invaluable in all wasting diseases. i>

h'tcLttsl"r : In'l the foot tf aIr, a Lex. betuern the Both Mr. McMa&ter and Mr. Grace "I with to t&lBlc you for:: what Kodol bas: done for mo."write Clifton Girton Col1ett, Io!.
r at iiiirht and growing: thin and Lappird. trle41'odoI
"It cured me of dY'pt'pllllattcr everything else had failed. When 1 It helped m.
I bus and the curb, lastly hidden by a The fact that ueighwl heaviest claim that they are not running at right awajr. I cheerfully recommend it."

lou-ly they would )j tuft of tra,.s. he .':itf a pickaja.1.; Stooping upun his mind was that he Lad been the dictation of Senator Tillman but' Kodol Digests What You Eat.

l'UrlOses.-Dttroit i he picked: It tiji, oft a corner of called an angel: for a dishonest net. merely to oppose the election of Von Prepared by E.C,De\\measnrepieauas tt& Co.,Chicago.the The trial II sUe bottle which cont&losSH ells for 5 times>V.DfU'ift'C ai much by actaal'-

the wrapper and untxmred tvuictulugwen Oiw luoruiiij wbon MNs Packard re- Kolnitz. There is opposition to the
Utile Risers the famous little liver pills Err bUtous ese or
old ITI.-JI. Looking: aUdit. he tviM'd her mail she opened a very I fatter on account of his connectionwith tang c nsttp:4t: n. >ife. tburougb They Dom gripe,

sew that no one olsl'rn'lIl1im and put' small envelope that contained a very the Republican party, he havingstiimptd

L Uug; : tLe package: in Us pocket, made law cUrk. It was for more than several statfa in the inter John I'\heppard.Har Pharmacy Sidney Kahn
6 fJf !
i i-tniight for home. There ho di>covercd J,,-'MifHj and was every cent that Cort- est of President McKinley's election.! -

.. 'n Tory t<>* of the pnauin: I that In- had Come into IHISM-M>!III rli-rht i'''''.Mf<
eIiromo=Quininc Tablets of ;j.iMti in liilU. lie umlKd thepat4vijc note s-tatins that it was> the profit nf PICNIC PARTY HIT BY TRAIN. Siinlrrrli PlnjInK Ton. I I I

JI. tied it up and lacked it in his an iii\f-tiin-nt ff her money.Mi TVhilo in l't'lltrall'll'k one day I was I { T -
.<; runa cold in one day much I
bureau ('. 'a w'r. -s Packard was diimfouinlLtl, be- I Boys and Girls Run Down at CrossingIn watching two squirrels i

There is a trait in humanity that wildi-n-d.! She had considered Mr. tort- Paducah. which were plainly enjoying the

rant a good Bed leads peopliwho hate inuika tol'llII.war.llu right; an anu-l. the now l'ousiI'rttlhim Paducah Ky.. Aug. 8.-A wagon game familiar to children us "witrit v. 7

nice Crih for the I desire u taketi;other. Curt an archangel.! Not having anytnovi load of ten picnickers was struck hy ta;:." One !squirrel started off over the 1" rb r1 i

hiiil thought of iii\i." the It lyt of ImMiios. Hull Iiii too I grass, closely CI.1IH\t't.1 by the 1'lh.'r.1 I
fo Marston $ right tin tng ;; an extra Illinois Central freight tram; I t ,
niotiei aal!: l I'uj..yl'! !:;; the iuter.sI :!. He enutiial: to MV the dKlionesty of at the Tennessee stieet crossing Jim until the tirwt "tollUilttPtl" upon it"I J fps < s. 7
II "herkies '| 4<1 t
haunclies the
v.iMlekinj within the city limits last night and or us young', _

in.tkp a I'Irtii': This-: \\';to I" Cure the ; her furtuntshe Port! that if she five were injured, two fatally. Kiiple say. Then the parts wene'x. | a..awcr I"7 r i
I changed, the second squirrel now lit-I gIM
;:r at I li." in I'I II'' stock market which I: lit III' ini'iiv.v sue woillJ robbing The regro driver tried to the I
pass lug "it." I'y and by, with a whisk of .
CATARRH l.ei.ii .tin 1 I IPII r I tin Mvttlld elcrtioH of tin.- hoist ronscii'iitiou' I.f 1:11'11. SheproVtM1 track l but
HI( ('teded in !
getting only the tail
,1St l. they were off for the nearest j
D' uli 111 ,Kiitlc.v.. ('('rtriht; made her own lunivsty. If not LITability I
I halfway acrifsThose tree, where they amused thcuiM-hcs l by ''rte Litpufyiu
FlY S up;' his "u mil t'. t.iUthe l iiiie: >t I.hallt..sWllh t.. judge; of true morality! t>ybcmlin. (
injured are:
g hide and H'I'k.-\'outlJ's (,'onipanion. -
? yRFAhj BA :i x Iw to reaping tar Ltr'.est .; the chi-ck right back to Curt- j ,
c Maggie Koerner, 17 years old, ofT .
E p R RI$ 1C prntits Hiwlio ...lectitl ti\e raihoaiNvruritii riijlit.: With it u note that I iIi. j i
mac ", )It-r. Ky., fatally injured.Dcwey --
"e : --i were M-llinj; at tllC'Int'sl .- ""uhl! not think t-f iicciptlng! a furI I I
HAYfEY qa W Lindsay 20 old of Tyler II"U to MnUe Ilnltemcutrli. ,
., rig Wr n;.!ure It tld' invis'.i-ii .".'MM) in tune that Le had made by his own j years sugi i
Ingredients: Ouo jutund! white
Ky., fatally injured. : I
V a P earls of them bud iq ('II r.; Per cent linii IIOW'T. c-i-cfLilly as Le hadshown thit. ione A New
-fourths of of i
Poesa James Warnick. IS old of Tyler. or a pint water
I -
margin wind' enalileil him to hold l.iniylf; the nublu of uature''I'H'It and half
a tahlcspoonfuls of

c1 11 Eiecata Fps twentj sicurities.! tiisus Iii the the market spring value of U of*'! the he Hf-r intt'utiuns're, of the host, but I'' Althea Hurt, 17 years old of Person, ter ter OUT louioii u juice.slow tire Moil!till sugar it ropes and Lllt-j Gas Range '..'

sold out and after cettiiii:: in his checks { she was Beating coals of Cre on i"''>r KyJim butter and juice of lemon, on n !
I 1"1111'
COLD' HEAD from his brokers found that the :::;,- C'4J1'lriht'; head. As to his wonderfulfonMht Johnson the negro driver.A for kitchen will make
I pan to cool. Any other ta\oring! : can I your
AIM) had ln-eutuo J'Nt.iNiy. lines-tin;? L.' had taken several "fliers"
.. nt feet ana Mnvll.Ml be used. you laugh at the huh price of coal.
.Hit 1IJC at ITUKKMSK' the amount in N'lulhe recehed an In Wall strict for pure anui"finent : Cure for Cholera Infantum. I
After you have used it a short time .
annual interest of 5 per cent or $4i,- since the great bcn-m and had invariably
:: Y B HOT UK:USv Lan May," say Mrs. Curtis you will wonder why you sweated
LI' a Strcft. Ntw York. t?*), I lust. The girl by her own onscien- Baker of liookwalter, Ohio "an in. Quick Relief for Asthma Sufferers.Foley's .

No sooner did l't'h'r.rlrl lIt settle tit.r..tltt'n of what really belonged to taut child of our neighbor'* was suffering Honey and Tar afford* immediate over a hot coal range during.; the

; :-- -:. down to the enjoyment of this abundant her had thrown a \ivid light upon Lis from cholera infautum. The relief to asthma sufferer heated term, or was worried over

. income than ho Ian to feel that dish
PLBJCITY FOR ho at least had no right to the :.'i.'MMI' There was but one termination to a covery. I took a bottle of Chamber- will effect a cure. \V. A. D'Alemwhen a touch of a match make a

that in- had found. It seemed a pity case where a nian was worshijied lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrlm-a berte, 121 H. Palafnx. bright blaze, confined to your cook
THE PEOPLE. Remedy to the hots*e. telling them I
hiscomfort and his pleasure and girl was
that his MijiiioM-d{ honesty' a that I felt sure it would do pond if ling utinsels and not heating up your
should l-e interfmd with by what now adored for her emotional ideal honesty. I
u-ed according to direction In twodays' If want a to give :, whole body.
you nice present
\...oolt011 a Cent, sK-med t;(, mall: an amount. Ho determined After many protestations from ,
time the child had fully recovered -I toafriendgo and look through; the i; TKCOOh.I U KY GAS.'elegant .
ward is Head to nl\erti for the owner Miss Packard as to her unworthiness .
t and i. now < nearly a year line of suitable article at'
'. of the original bills and if successful to be the wife of such a man she con : healthy jrirl. I )
t :qt'l.IC ) [ ?since J. I. Stephen, you ;surely: can find' IQ I
. .--:;: :: -- ::;.;..-- + in fiinUnn: hue return .*2.f iii with 11- fenu-d to marry ('ortrigllt.Ali'IHB.ILD; 1' have recommended this remedy frt'i -. something to plea*, you. It you I wuuuuwiu Udj Cue/ ,
I II interest. He carefully worded i have never known it toi '
.... per cent STUAUNS. qUlutland : want anything in the Diamond line'|
I .1. I a personal that would bo umltTstiMKlby t i fail ill any ingle Instance." For' : be sure to see him before you buy. 125 and 27 E. Garden St., Panuccla Fla.

I the owner should it meet his eje \ oiltlth 11I IonM. :sale by all druggist? and mediciu?" I I Ii Ij I :

\ May'tlPekli'Ce ii,k' I. Hflfn". 'I and tt waited a reply.It Fur a tom e;; girl a voileown trim- I, dealer i! I CHOICEST

r. 'Aln.1 fur. rwAir ; was such an atlvcrtiseinent as: the nidi with iiiMTtiniiN of ecru lace i is -- j You can get your house ;

had l-et-u for both suitable and The skirt Isin Cure, :
I otvIttrof the bills looking pretty. ; Foiey's Kidney I furnished complete at Mar- -oF-
I It had been inserted only a new stU\ with a deep full gathered
"I I'M 1.1 :'t u. for years. I nukes kidneys and bladder tight.
mice when Miss IMhcr Packard agirl tlounce.! Above this it is encircled ( I ston 5' ()uina's on easy : I Run

"-,.-mid furnii of twenty called ui*>n Cortrijjht with five rows of the ecru insertion. LOOK OUT FOR THE DOG! tents weekly m' payrRijl1Q n u ijufnTlnuDY I I

\ ., .per-- and infi.rmiHl him that on a certain The waist has a joke of the inM'I.titlll.anti : i I"

: \. -I. 'uhrr I day two jars before she had \\nt-n In the blouse are laid two groupsof i -AT-
paid a legacyf {fl::;.'I( -\ doing homo plaits( which diy low in the front v i

.... with the money, she was followed bya and In the back ?O us high as the \ ,. ._ ".PEOFESSIONTMJARIS."... C. APOSTLE'S,
MIM man who she feared had seen her shoulder blade The sleeves are tuck191
h'l! t' W. C. ROWE M. D.
1.. .1 h.h, hi .> draw thc money from the bank. She and lace trimmed. The white lace I 14 East Comment st.
1'itlltful M h:'*1'! : ,
Till I IIIo' threw the packaw into the grass at hat h ornamented with pale :jellowroses. I Office: 17S.. PalafoiH .
Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand
the Utttuin of a tree box and passed I ours from to\l.I'a.ID.Il1d I toi p. m
1 and after 7 oVlocfc One car-load of Pineapples at 11.75
I '" < 11"lD'JII..y1 on. She pro\'t..1 to have been ,
I \ "',,..UIII >'ou want to the matt intentions and returnedfor SGN 3 10 !711'31 : Phoue 0t to f2.00 per dozen.
h nl lo"'c,t ratesniproxxd as I Henry L. Hhattuck of Shll-bnrjr, I
real her fortune, to find it pono. Cort- '
city Iowa was cured of a stomach trouble SON 4 11 18' 57g4
:::-4 -, Koutli 1.1&- turht contlrmiil her story and gave hera been filleted for
with which he had
In.ft.nKKOW I 1
check for .<>,'"MI, with which she years, by four boxes of Chamber- : 5 :I LAW DEPARTMENT

: MO.NKYnjr was so I'liich pleased and for which !, Iain's :Stomach and Liver Tablet-. 613j2)121 i II I

prop"rty. pro she was so grateful Hint she informcilMr. I He had previously tried many other -0"-
t. 'y or sell real rs- rortrulit that Io had no business i remedies and a number physiciansI
''i:.:\ da.crlptlonh&ve. I without relief. For ale by all drug 141211Z& : John B. Stetson
i r t..,. attended to, on earth and should l>o nuiul'cred University
I "'. r. Watson A Co..ranee gists and medicine dealer I
the aim-Is.
iimoiii ( I
agents, I'ftiBaniiK -vv Do Lau.d: Florida.
>..riite To everyone Had it not IMH-II for this extravagant ( SA z 9 16 233 ,

and :lthu l'uti..nn''sl..l) in tat met in th mulst of a dream | A little r''irh In the orchard grew Tall Taut ('<'IIIIIMIIH Wnlm-sdaj October I 1tJ) .

"H AI41:. girl's ryes c'trtriJ.t might; have ciijojeil But I'm waiting for I.Ira to come true! A little peach ul emerald hue ,
TWO YEAltet' coUK9F:-The Law Uepartrnentotjohn ".
The Field. "tt'tlon! Unln.nlt111lnl
the thrfMiiartors: of a million style of ru nose I'comllttely for Eugene
--- ---- at'o-vein' cour..I."dlUt( 10 the drgrer ot LL. H-
most detlrable lot InIt.y left to him to his heart's content but got. I UUKFF: : :.AIIM11ru TII JIU: It-Th. diploma of the IJt'partlllent John B.
I Jut his eyes 1 remember were Uue. 1\'I.on \ \'. &dntsto :
the Usher
tame by the tlisjgrivable thought; kept intrinl- CONSUMPTION THREATENED. I INKiKMATtiVsl-Tor'the
211h, Houtb FalafoiHalm of 1\J'l-3.and all other deI -
ioy. III;: mate him that ho had been acting It was just eight j>. ra. l>y the clockWhirh i 1 "I was troubled with a hackin I elredlnlormation regarding... Law I'epartnient.addrotsj

only as the :girl's agont, oLe hating btooJ. I recall on its head- cough; for a year and I thought I hac ii j i ALI5EUT J. FAltKAH Dean of Law: Department
\Vla-n Ms mother yoke and eaM '
11 .. .,t.I- hllt., .| supplied the capital and taken the risk "Ki -s mc, my son. up I| consumption." *ay* C. rnjrcr, 211 I' De Land Fla.

.. c, of on1ee which had produced the whole profit. And run away quickly to bed." i Maple St.. Champaign, III. "I trieca I -
i .'" titke '& To bo called angel for keeping tat se I great many remedies and I was under >
,, Ad.drebe with refIrouzhtnn- an I i Tulane
\'" : .nla'.. Nil. profits to himself was more than Girt- I thought that the nest thins would be t the care of physieiansioreeveramonth : ; University of Louisiana.
Loud wrath und perhaps even tears bottle of "
i.:a --ii-'l- *. I used one Foley'- .
right could L ':tr. .Ho tried to think Cut instead-\\ea, I really give you my Honey and Tar. It cured me and 1[ Now Orleaus.I .

"I" 'J" i\laln, hew weK.I. word have not been troubled since." _- ,_ __ _
.' in right wt>*ks. :Molerin That I've not been so staggered fr
t 1.1\. aultf Too need not years: .-* ---.- --- II
OSTETTFRi sutler from I EDWIN A. ALDERMAN LLD. President.
\\ .'in.: Menlroiu Kscambia s For he mumbled, this wonderful l>oy- ?BANNER

,, ":.if" In prepare for pea to CEIEB RATEO Sirk Heacache (I can feel my astonishment yet!), the most healing salva In -vvorirf I .roll Cours.ln Langna iHcenpp., Knifinpcring.: Law. Medicine I'barmaey Art
nui.mtrrticP. Apply :
lu.t..l'.-(!"rllapld.. la. "It's a j'lty I can't go at seven when you Heven "i-: """ fcuartmt-nn.'. Mitenn Building KxtenMve: Libraries. Laboratories
Biliousness, know and Work.Uops. Hplendid Hepartmrnt for Woolen In the Newconib Colleges;
:IlylmaLtw''h Marston $ Quina luivt
How tirtd and I !" I I ..,
sleepy gel ] 1'ulaOlmak. li'adereinallcoeattone. Its facilities for Instruction
I HIIPvaiit- "(- I felt myself falling away: i In the academic department oprnto Louisiana bays. Kip.-ni of
._ .cbolarsblp
---- .- Indigestion or (In dreams chairs collapse without Wash Stands very cheap. I I175for session. Hoard and losing In dormltorl., at low Vales. Opportunities .lul1eu
hairdressinp afforded
\t .t to learn ;
academic student for 'Hlf-beIp. In for
'' squeaking/ ). Academic Colleges, no boy, If -
.. ota-.a,;a cr chiropody, Constipation Just the thing to with ;: for college work, will he turned away from pr"ptlrl prt'pared
Inablhl1 to
pay tuilion. Neat .
'.-.I. Vrltetuly Sliilerai And when 1 came to the first thing that I gin'OClober 1st. Send for .ee.tonben
..I.a, aultf r i' '* if you will only heard Iron Beds. Catalogue.
m tike a COMB ot I Adl1re's. K.
| Was the voice of the fond mother speak- K.BKUKK.Secretary.
the Litter before -
W .'- 'I'J U, each mrnl. j, ir.g. __, n_ 'u '
It 'HIuobitivry!
\\ \ *uoi1 "iolicltor.: will, pay cure the-r dI ,-- She was kind she was patient but firm :' -WE WILL-fJ
nii-mnu to right one Adutfictf. TI1' IT I And her calm words decided hU fate
nirttfMl !lITTERS I and -etor\our-- | "It Is settled, my son. that a boy of your

\\ -. kinds ot empty beer seta i I Must size learn to sit up until eight" 'CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER
PARKER'SHAIR I I eat on the floor and I staredIn

l"ut'14'1.ItY.- .....-... .ici Chirac>mutM. and ft laiorart brit BALSAM r.ri,the run btli.Fn Then a I dazed said,way"You from are one truly to wonderful the other: and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of

, "1M MKOW- I.KUHOKSB over Pail to Be tore Or.y boy
stock and }'gg' lor sale.m hair to lit. Youthful Color.. And the son of a wonderful mother" _.-*.Fall Goods *'-
Ivstt Curt* rap d fmt A bft.r tau..endI.ud
WllltH&rdw&rel'o'e. 11ru--,1I' -Frances Wilson in St. Nicholas

MA I It HUUU" 2'dOl Men' Liundried
: Shirts, GSpairLadie'Spring Heel Shoe
M 1 + t.\H KKIKiKManufactnrerI The best physic-Chamberlain's regular fI, to close at 75c. regular Tl good, to close quick at we We your a full boys line! ready of for school.
i I-- in Hair lioodj, Hau. Toilet DR. KINO'STRY tomach and Liver Tablets. Easy to pair. carry Boys' .
..rOil. ..te..s:!>> W. Government take. Pleasant in effect. For sale _7 doz Men' Colored Laundried Boy!!' Huiu, regular price, 11.00,

I: NEW DISCOVERYFOR by all druggists and medicine dealers shirts, regular I Tic, to close at 5-x1. 88 pair Ladies' Low Cut Slippers to close at 75c suit

',4a'1._ I'ur 1.\llu'rul. 57 doz Men' Colored Laundried: regular 11'1..,,-> goods, to close at .1.VU(,: 67 Boys' Wool Suits, regular price i

L '...* H>.K KUNKKALH -t lobeds THAT COLD. Shirt*, regular We good, to close at pair ?Lot 120) and Boy s'Alto close Suits at $1.15 suit.
y u bouquet special design! TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. 35c ; these goods should go in 24 fis pair Men's Low Cut shoes, regprice $2 00 to $3.00, to close, at l.W
:t, Jloreno, 823 Whet Gregory hours. ular fl.50 good to close $
Wdim Cures ConsumptionCoughs I I at $1.20 and $. 0) suit.
1'I CASTORIAFor 20 doz Men's French Neck Balbriggan pair. We carry the largest line of Boys'

I'1() \VL Itt'e.WEKH Colds: Bronchitis, Asthma, Undershirts at 20c, regular 25c We carry the largest line of Boys' Pants carried by any house in the

( and rl6ral -teilgni- PneumoniaHayFeverPleurisy Infants and Children. goods. Shoes of any house in Pensacola. city.

AI d-lIjJn. ordered for enitomreitt I 30 doz Men's French Neck Balbri-- Bring All of our Ladles' and Mines'dropstitched
your boys to us, we can fit
II Hoarseness : The Kind You Hate Always Bongs
I' Moreno, K8 West Gregory.Wdltn. LaGrippe; gan Undershirts, at 30c, regular tic, them in any size. 25c. hose, to close at

, Sore Throat Croup and I sold by others at 00... We have 2oc. pair.
Bears the jot received a foil line lOt doz
JCJp&turaot / All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts. ,\ will Misses' full seamless hose,
10'I'I CE. Whooping Cough.NO chose at 75 cents. close at SOc for your choice. Home to close at 60c doz, or 4 pair for 25c.

CURE. NO PAY. 72 Pair Ladies' frpnna Heel Low of them are worth fl.50. I 75 doz Men's Seamless half hose,
V .&'e sold my undivided bait FREE. ." regular lOc goods, to close at 6c pair.
.' .'i shop, Cituiej. material.etc., Prig SOC. and S I. TRIAL BOTTLES ------- --.-- Cut Slippers, 21? to 7, regular fl We carry a full line of Skirts. We have just received full line
< 'lit M r. John L eHICHUTI INCIIIMENNYROYAL goods, to close at70c pair. Look at our window display; I r.of a
> '" lib M r. tpitzT. aUI" continue CURE YOURSELF I PILLS Gloves in all ehadee.
> tn the firm name of pitier A.10
: atiurn liabilities to the CMBIRgifornnast.rslblre' 2-S. OHclMlM* Only Cri.Ue.SAFE. .
rtAll other habilitieahave cupia dich Jmutioni rt.lnll or&olcr mm $tion tioB. I. THICHKSTEIVD. ant.i..e< L..k..w ENGLISH DnfrMhf Remember, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we will have Room.
, All aceountsof the old firm of dwue/
memtr n i.
mueoBi ICED ui c..I4 mO&Jje bur e.e
,Mrktidtrick are payable to tipll1 MUa- -
tmaru & and not .naa..nbb..T.L..N1es.
trust thai the will cesl.des := 4
bond liberal patronage to "thee TIiEfWtaEe'GlA. g0atorpoiwnoU. U.D..enub.hwpr..e..a.. Sip of ear D.-...,... .. F.
been br .ed Mu by Dr.ttsftev.1 I --.. lor T_Cl..aIala BR'S
to"' upoutheold.nen i anwns. .. P.rtL.laa.'
are both good mechanic, or I& ,Dial r':wi wtspper tot, 1t- .... ....- IA._'._amw..j t>.ra..10,
a' good work, as any in the sane.a bottles, $C. tJ Drct,i. (hltktM r(h..l... r. ; '
i or .
_t1' I .. I
rkpstncfc. east rculw **bt on r* im ". rim ttu P>_ !I 4UM Mur fHiLA. PA .


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SUMMER NORMAL Do Not Trifle wit Them I I,:I IIStron eH in tUe I 'Q I( ''


The 4: Annual MM, ,, ,..
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tiered at the Poet Office ftt Fensacola.U Paine's CeleryCompound Very Low Rates Ending December ',I. I'I:! 'Il "

..fcond-cl aFe matter. I

OrriCK :-Fitfi Building SIVA south: summer normal school for l THE f [EQUITABLE l[

ftlttox street, up-italrs. teachers, which has: been held for TO

the past month in thin city closed

THE MEWS PUBUSHINC CO. yesterday afternoon, the attendanceand Permanently Cures Sick and Mountains, Lakes and SeashoreVIA UH ASSURANCE! [ WII i l ,

Term: Invariably MI Advance- interest not having justified a I ,

Mall. .. _. *5WOB aix-weeka' session Nervous Headache that Assets .. .. ... . _
Oat Year by ;
.. .. t a left I : Reserve and otter t'd
aa )lontll. Prof. H. P. Biya, principal, Carrier. Parable Monday 10 Make Life Miserable. Louisville & Nashville R. R. "ies... . . f'
for his home in DeFuniak this a;
TELEPHONE NO. 118.PESSAOOLA mornin?. Prof. McRaa, who was !sick and nervous headaches are jJurplnsfrom whid I --
amongst the worst ills! of life. The : dends are paid .. .
16 1902. '
the first assistant, intended to go man or woman who is subject to Saturday, August -<:.'".

home Marianna this morning; but headache at irregular intervals, goes Paid to Policyholder1901 -
uN ON 5'L through life bearing a load of misery ROUND TRIP TO .... ...:.. .. .. .--1? '
I missed the train, and will go home and wretchedness that is terrible New Insurance in Its\ .. ;

'i tomorrow morning.The :. to think of.Headaches Chicago $15.00 Cincinnati $14.00 Total Insurance in f, ,
as a rule, result from a .. -
Dec. 31, 1901! ,-,
other assistant Miss Rowena ., .K
disordered condition of the nervous ,.:;:
AUGUST 9, 1902 Mental excitement loss of Louisville$12.00 St. Louis $12.00 Notwithstanding t. .
Whitmire, will remain with friendsin system. f.._.
sleep, bodily fatigue, and disordered cial strength of the S o. ?
Ms city until next Tue day. She i digestion are exciting causes. When greater security who ;t

't THE harmony: trio would like to will then leave for her home in the bruin becomes tired and debili- I $18 ROUND TRIP TO FOLLOWING VIRGINIA POINTS: holders thereby enioj :...Tr.,

inoculate Mr. Bryan with the gold Ii itated, the whole nervous system i Is are LOW and GUARV. g.l
Norfolk Old Point Comfort Ocean View Roanoke
cure Bartow. weakened, and headaches result. If ter than given by ot ?

-_ The attendance at the colored j the liver is luggib, the kidneys In. Hot Springs, Virginia Beach.
:1 TKNNE-stE has sixteen convicts active, and digestion deranged,
school was far more gratifying than' headaches invariably follow. To I

who followed Tracy's exinlple.I that at the one for white teachers. !i cure and prevent headache, the : AshevilleN.C., $14.00 Deer Park, Md., $20.00 : KNOWLESGeneral IH ill s..

Another cafe of Hi to 1. j jAT I Ii nervous system mint be strengthened I
Niagara Falls $20.00 Chautauqua Lake $20.00 .\ '
This i3 attributed to the fact that I and vitalized.! The most persistent gn -

th;clo-e of the Alabama: pri- j nearly all the whie teachers take cases of headache, nervous I I ROUND TRIP. 309 8. Palafox St: ,I't-! .
: wary one of the two J-'= running for i I feebleness", and sleeplessness, are II I -J

governor will be a blue jay. J I i advantage of the summer vacation permanently cured by Paine's Cele- : Tickets good returning until August 31. 1902, inclusive.

: I,I, and spend their time away from i ry Compound ; it is the great recoil Through Sleepers Coaches, Chair Car anJ Dining Cars. Everything SANTA ROSA SURFBATHING
: THE :1-tOIl. Alabama politicians ; strnctant of the nervous system
home. system. Mr*. Henry We-trick, Jit.CIIr : the best. ESTABi Nld'I\
from Mobile'slurnlkggn ,
it should keep away I \ Mich.. tell of her release from
! ; well ; they might i, nite. I i I Those that did attend, ho-vever, sulf"ringas follow*:- R. W. SUBLET[ Ticket Agent, Pensacola. Fi-h chowder wit '

were very much benefitted. "I have been troubled with dyspepsia -
. A tKJI'will be in the near future aud sick headache for a number ITTTIIIir' 8undy pvening i'

t the lir-t nation in point of pow of years. About every week I can arrange. to h.i\
other refre hment.
er. wealth and re-ource-. Germany SHERIFF HIGHT would have a bid: spell ofick headache time during-the w.- I\-
but 'since I began-in, Paine'sCelery
will be second and England will fall term See Mama: >'i tCIIAS.
Compound my dyspepsia i*
down lit a third. _jIue.TIIKKE GONE HOME : gone and I d.> not !have any more H
-- headache I feel better than I have _h ;
between the' Green Watson & Co.
is a war on for year;
and the ---- ,
Sundtrd Oil Company aheri f Hight went back to Thom See Pryori[ : U rr.;:,
Rothschild* in the oil carrying huoi-I
I asville list night, leaving here at WATCH AND TENDOLLARS
ue*. 1'iiat wll mean a cut in the' I It. IIALLIDAY>> A: CO's: OLD>> :sTAXIJ.t>> -

price of oil in foreign maikets, but :, lli"j; o'clock. To ay he was diR;>- Everybody ha a r...

American um-t go on paying the I pointed would be putting it mildly.The STOLEN piece of this; earth i.

. ..,mt old prier. fact was he wa* mad throughand ; .fight for it. They muChinee -..
t : to get it. and <'

.t h, as the king of Italy :surest, :, through. I i Thursday afternoon about 0o'clocka Everything in Silks Reduced Thos. C. Watson & Co..

1 all Europe would hold a conference I The sheriS had been notified that j have some particularly n
watch, a five-dollar bill and five :o otter jut now. and
i and draw up a ;general disarmament | a man named Wilson, wanted in : Black Pe de Soies, Black Taffetas vou to come and invi---
each nation, like our I silver dollars were stolen from the You
reemeut will
: Thomaville for murder, was in durance I A. never regretNOTICE
erstwhile timber aud naval stores 1 I safe at the store of Alex Liclikoff 1. 45, ....India Silks,..... ; fcO.
vile here awaitiugthe !\herif'spleasure. ___ _
associationwould .>> back and j i\ h
: g South Palafox street. Foulards and Satins.
quietly increa-e their defence holdiu The Georgia oKicer at
The thief was arrested ye-terday.
once made ready to come here to
,!* I All :Short Lengths and Remnants of Silk* and Sitius of
I He is Joe rfander- 14
I negro After 31 the om
get his man but stopped in Tallahassee I 2ac July

THE current i.sue of the llartowCourierInformant years old, and who, this morning, I Everrhllld.wllllethf'yh..t. .. . .. .. ... .. .. .. YardREMNANTS room of the Pensac:, i l'
is devuted to the to ;get proper requisition piper be at'os.. aj and 27 E l'
confessed everytning..Siullers I ,
t a 'riculturalaud industrial condition *. This delayed him 24 hours, i Garden street
: was employed bjlr.. and Short! Le'ths of Wortedadras: C. rWjtf
the advantages i ; and Cheviots suita
of Polk county, presenting : and iu the meantime the supposed: :
and ourceof that j Li-chkotI at the store and wa regarded Dresses Girl's Skirts and Shirt Wait There i- -
I Ij murderer wa releaed.When
county in !practical and conclusive I as an intelligent and honest '!I a great collection of them and they are worth your con-Heratioh. ; This weather m,
the sheriff did arrive thenun i
! manner 1'hl. attractive issue will boy. Hi i bad nature caused: him tll ---- -- !grasigrow. You c : '
be of untold benefit to the locality was looked up :and fuuud to be .
: be tempted Thursday he aid, and : keen cutting Lawn/ '
c' which it -en'"- and rHlects credit to I the wrong party. i Curtains at Half Price. :and Grass Shears
: when he could see no one looking at fr
tht'IIUIIqt-IIUut. The papers were left here, how !
-- I him in the store he grabbed the Willis Hardware C
Tilt DeFuutak lireeze of this ever, and a detailed de-cription. ;i| Plain Net and Ruffled, pt de Spret, Muslin and :
articles and put them in his pocket.Mr. .
week ?.iy- : "Chas. A. Choate, who I Should the real man wanted turn up, FRANK SECARI'S BATH .::t
Lace Curtains
at Half
Lichkolf mied the goods the Price.
t'.jk* be.-n editor of the Peu-acola :
. he will be taken iu charge and no
5 :;Ewe fur A niunoer of year, is now I next day and so informed the pulice.Yeterclay -- --- Deep water sea
; of b, having been relieved by mistake again made. day. for white pt". ,
out a j > : afternoon :Binders; wentto
t'll1t"utofth.ltj'Jurual.l| 60 REGULAR 50c CORSETS 35c EACH. !:compartment for 1:1..
: the new nuua,; Iciwrient: 'e. I John White'* tore and tried to lfond.tnt.t'atlt.: b-
! lit' I* oue vf the brighte-t tditoriti! ---- -- -- i I bath I : Souse in the I i
: waiters In thetato and it i is not1likely ': Experience teaches nothing more I sell the watch for a small price. MONDAY ONLY I cent*. Fli t .

that hitalented will be : forcibly than it teaches thi*: If you Thi act reached the police station DOZEN LADIES' LACE HOE Cor. Cevallo- and / u' i.
" pen get tired easily, if you are upset by that old for 2Jc will be.. . . .. IdC
rile for any great length of_time. j trifle, if your appetite is poor, your I and the boy was taken into cu-tody.

teachers deep broken the best thing you can The watch wa found on him. -- .- 134 134 134 134 134
I'KKHAIVour -chool do is to take Hood'* Sars.ipanlU. |
would like to figure out how much | Experience recommends thismedi-j He was docketed ao* a dingerouand GREEN f 'h'
lo-t the i cine in this superlative way-what WATSON & CO. -S- 13i
weight they during recent | better recommendation could it I suspicious character, to which 134 -

four diy+ l'x.ulliuatioh.ccordin: have ; charge he pleaded guilty and wa 1 nilrrcnn'ti Telt DhGr':

to a new dicovery of a French doctor Such of our readers as are not being ': ,
turned over to the county authorities. SHATTERS ALL RECORDS. 134"n"I !
their Men Mill lie ; [
au vjLtnuaition: of only a fewhoar benefited: by vacation HOJH. t
should not delay taking this tonic. He was taken before Judge Twice t tI .. .
will et.t the candidate from i I in hospital, F. A. Gulbdge. I In excitement of a lively exercise '''- '

one> to one aiiJ a half pnuI1Jof tiesh'besides '' --- -- -- Wolfe, where he again coufe-ed to Verbena. Ala., paid a vat sum to I like boat-racing or ball-playing, 134 134 134 134 134
doctor to cure a severe ca-e of pile,
i 'f' ill,{ the nerVI.IU4 RESOLUTIONS ON i having taken the goods, and was' cauMng tumors. When all failed, they will strain their muscles andO .

.}>tein. Teacher and pupil 'i committed to jail. No bail "wasfuruUhexl. Kucklen's Arnica Salve con cured home limping and -ore. Then theyare Do yu want a magnili! *

hive ben .itlticted with thiili-eae. DEATH OF WILLIE WELLESAt I him. Subdues Inflammation, conquers glad they have Perry Davis' for little money? If
Aches, kills Pain. He"t salve Stephen, the jeweler h *
which it -uB'geted might be call- I Painkiller on hand tu soothe the
-- in the world. 25e. at W. A. D'AIem- '.ommodate you.
rd'>*. minm-( .' for ages but they the pecial meeting of the Edt j berte's drugstore.PENSACOLA quivering nerve; to penetrate themuscle' --
did not know it.CONFERENCE. -- -- -- with warmth and healing
End Democratic Club last night the :! C. C. Harlan, of power. It has relieved the pain of All kinds of chu >' mt
following resolution Eaton,O., can do so now though for CLASSICAL SCHOOL
were adopted
two generations of rocking chairs at M ; ron
> years he couldn't, because he sulfer- American.
OF Wherei*, The Almighty, in His! ed untold agony from the wort formof I.1 Large bottles 25 and 50 cent. $ Quina's. Prices 'i' ">"ri
Third Annual }"hi<)n .
qlru. -- --
sep- --
wisdom All -
has fit remove'trout --
great seen to fndige-tiou. physicians and
medicines failed to help him till he 1Ilf'r l.:>. 1110_. atilt tru' The low.
this earthly sphere our friend man who owns hi" own home
MUCK IMPORTANCE tried Electric Bitters, which worked June I.. 1UOJ. insures himelf lot
and fellow club member, William again-t off I
I such wonders for him that he declares trouble and
Welles, therefore be it they are a godsend to sufferers'from I his rent, worry.and the Nobody rent day cmraie ha: = Swell Etalioeef !

O. A. Oouzilez, ma-ter of trains of i Re*olved. That the East End Democratic dyspepsia and -tomach'' The aim of thi school i'i to pro :I no terrors for him. It's ea*y to owna )
Club lament and mourns the !; trouble*. Unrivaled for di-eaeof vide thorough HIGH SCHOOL and i I I home now-a-days. Thos. C.
the Pen*act+la diva-ion of the L. l4'J \: i the Stomach Liver and Kidney&r -. COLLEGE PREPARATORY: ine l Watson & Co. can teJlyou how
eotting-Mtt its the tH al tit'Math
?herbrzlld,pe Il .tire yea"111P iofie '-.Jt')>w.> Y>>J".v>>)>>>.>'pJ r.''>r Sao> l'?? N .t".i ? Some of the h.unlZ
:. lrlltTidl illlllht ZTI 7T;P 7iP. ( l' < 1 dQlldc B2t1 1'111.t .
(dtf f!.cinuha tiller farexdfe r'outtttr +,'...( red'n'ess-cett. (dear. O4max. i6r't"'rF-r I'rf rretr c Tr--';- (> > 2t>';',vgr7S ':. <

l "?f r i'ff ITfft tKft* y .''It l>lt >>>>>>>>p>>>' 'l7.>.} ?l'>>.} )> an )bP b""3awr-b ; Siu 1>t' nteeSt;\> cs, ,c\'tles5lbeztP C Cut'e. .et:, eatr<1Ceta4Tya < (> Q'& l.Jalff -( t "

[ fir (.ak/.I}* ol the row. tat\\tt$ it" heattteRculpath ; bt fJ1)g5. sA: Trwyli )va)S Ai'): 'f r { b<'l ure 5"""/':>,
n tfl rur- their "f 4/<-?farther wittt-
rallrt\h! for what i* *aid tll be a very farther out /tearing {mine. I hash L met ,',.

ilUl''rt\ht cutiferetce regarding the I(j Resolved That a page in the minutes REMOVAL SALE 'l. Tho-e whO) wi-h, with the aU Fine oyster today. Try thm. and shapF-. r

U[ ( of thi- club be set apart in me- of the careful individual attention NJt' .\1'0-1 I.E. 1II:1tch.
1y in.ilutvu.ince If an entirely dillerent m<>rial and these resolution* be OF FINE JEWELRY that can be given in smaller} cla-e*
I I and a loiiirer Cession
to advancemore
1: 'ehedulenvertheroad by which the spread thereon; thai a copy be pre- 1
rapidly than Ii
It P A .\. trtiin can be operated without 'sented. to the family and that the i i I will in we my stock of jewelry them in public schools. possible for I FINE STATIONERY. : The Fountain P Ph IJe;;
| ptc., sometime between now and
= 3. Those who
of Yen
public acolt
pre-s be requested are fitting themselves I
i interfering greatly: with the reg- Sept. 1, to the store now occupied by for .
to h. college.In I C. V. Thompson, No.
publi 11 South ,
' tr alo. of the rond. i ; .l"t Co. and meanwhile will! give addition to the usual induction i* an instruur :.'
I j J. C. CLARKS, Pre. i special birgains so as to cause out a; in English, Mathematics, His. !! Palafox street, ha; just opened more than it c' .' .
_ It i.* stated on very good authority I T. H. FLEEIWOUP. s"c.I j much of uiy present nock apo,;. tory Geography, L'ttinetc.instruc
t l new supply of Linen and Bond when it i* a reli tr
*ibl*>, to
that the l.. A: N. ha* made overture I ARTHUR Ml'L'OXNELL.j :O ave moving expense. Call tion is ollered, tcitli'mt nirn tuition
1 quick and !get big bargain in Greek, French, German and Papers, white, blue and gray, with has the Wat'-ri: I
'l'r the purchase of the Yellow River !j T. MORKAN.j : tf J. I. Spanlh. -
i j 1 fTEPHKN* The school is conducted at the I Envelopes to match, Oxford size; the betCRAND:
j A. CKEHILLK. ---
road, but they have all bpeu turned corner of West Oadsden and Spring I also Foreign Mail Tablets with Envelopes > -
FRANK: TOUART.WM | BAY EXCURSION street, in a building which .
is to to match. Ink
down the tbi* short line Pencils; ,
O. LEHK. be arranged to it
Adapt especially to
I I II Penholders' HUnkbooks, Files, etc..
the school.
realizing that they have a "goodthlur" Committee.Kheumatism. SUNDAY AFTERNOON needs of the
The number of pupils: in etc., always on hand.
3 which they do not wish to I ance is limited. Hence tho*attend-I Phone<<.

l >* Since the I ing admittance should --- --- --
torn 'K e. utters for sole The steamer Enterprise will ike communicateas : -
early as possible with the Princi : From Hoi
to Cold.
: ownership been refu-ed. it i is I excursionist to the Live Saving :

Uted that the 1.-\. i i- trying to I I pal.For further information,terms and i Dysentery i is prevalent everywherein .
What Is the use of telling the rheumatic Station Sunday afternoon, leaving catalogue, addressH. summer and is due to miasmatic

mike the next best thing out of an j jI that lie feels as il his joints were briar dislocated :i I I Palafox wharf at 2:3i>o'clock. Plenty 'I CLAY ARMTKONH, poisons; and begins abruptly with To Marlanna and hit

uth..rwl bad birgitn and are strtv- : ? i I I Principal, or inflammation of the mucous lining Sunday morningAu ;
:of time for surf bathing. Fish chowder of the bowel. In ;
f large America the
He snows that his sufferings are I PEKCIVALH.WHALEY.. I Union
depot at 6 a. m
leg to reach an agreement whereby. ( disease; is common but ... i
will b properly
I much like the tortures of the rat k. on the beach. I, Assistant.OS9TOItIB. nual excursion over
it may It.p the Yellow River line to I II h".,&/ A* mints to know is what will permanently : Round trip a5CE'Ltil. i J I I treated does not result as seriously a'* Round trip, to Maria
in the '
I cure his disease. (; tropics. Perry Dui Painkiller Junction Fr
fill the-pii' between Florah and the I That aiTvrdmg to thousands of grateful J. E. RE EHManner. : is the best known remedy and $350.
II I te-tirnonialt. isHood's aeui 10 Ice Lt Yss Hatt Aleafs :3 rII.Blpatut .. the most efficacious in the! Marianna, f25i>: to I.;
P. A A. wan the hue proposed from j jOpp : treatment '3. lickots good for '
:. of
.,J-J/l. ;
Sarsaparilla turn on any regular ,
AU., to Florala should hue I t4
1 .
Grass Shears that will cut : Purchase tickets at
bun conG'+leted. It prt-mitly neutralizes the acid In the The finest line of sterling:silver : For further infornR. -
I blood on wbJch the disease depend, completely close, at the Willis Hardware mattresses; for the goods and silver novelties Ii' to be

Try the SEWH Want Column. ey_tm against eliminates its, and strengthens Try Hood's. the Co's. Th he nest t price U. )I. ever Pryor.sold here please found at all.J. I. Btepberg Prices to I Excur1 Pl.-, ;.

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2NTo. OOO3.C .

t, VU i President; F. C. HORTON.. Cashier; ,; A BATON ROUGE ?y2 s25Zsis252sas'as s2s2

f. ,. ,. HEE: V.ce-Pre.dent M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier.. Saner Special D 5,003 ybliieiTorcbOD


Cllacicg Price nl inserliiis
trim little yacht Minnie Otis

Designated Depository of the United States. arrived this morning from Mobile'I is I9c Pair, 4 TardlKoa alt

and cast anchor. She has aboard!'
Condensed Statement at tbe close of business Aug. 6, 1902. i ,S ESESH5HS E5 HE EE552S25E5
about a dozen gentlemen from Baton 1 - "

HE OUHCES. LIABILITIES. Rouge, La., who are enjoying the I

.. . .... ..... .. .... ... 346,771.b9 Capital Stock ...... .... ..... ... ...... .... $200.000.00 luxuries of cruise in the gulf. They

'.. . ... .. ...... ...... .. .. 17,91420 Surplus Fund... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 10000.00 MONDAY ChEARING SM.
.. ...V. ...... .. .a.... .... 1,023.64 Net Profits ...... ...... ...... .... .... .... 10,000.68 have visited all the gulf ports. The

'i-J Premium... ..... ..... 80,250.00 Circulation.... ...... .. ...... .... .... .... 75.00000 entire party came up to the postoffiee
:leas Etc.. ..... ..... ..... 2,625.00 Deposit ...... .. .... ...... ...... ...... ...... 35t. >9! 06
J Fixture.. .. ...... .. .. ...... 6.718.48 at 10:30 a. m. to receive and di=path
..... .. .... .. .... ...... 499.12 mail. We are Pressed for Room & &

11 'iiu'e.. .. .. ...... ... ... ...... 193,492.41: I
The following compose the party :

$649,294 J649.294.74 Judge H. F. Bounot, Dr. C. Bourgeois I & *. Fall Stocks are Arriving !

PER CENT Messrs. Robert Day L. d.: Do-
herty, Ed. McGiveran, L. O.
Btroube, E. F. Weik, L. P. Amiss,

FAIRCHILD I + J. A. Amiss, B. Behriudsohm, John
B H GA. CENTRAL I II TAKEN TO THE Dana. std in order to gain room the Prices Here Jaoted is Half and in many

t I1 II O Li s T E H. EB. I instances, Less than Half the Former Price. It's your opportunitybetter -
The yacht has touched at Pearling-
,1 ROMANA STREET. REFORMATORYDeputy take advantage your last chance this season.
MAY BUILD TOPENSACOLA ton Biloxi Mobile and Pen=acola.

Refinishing Furniture a They will leave here this aft+rnoon

3 i cialtr.ILU10 I at 4 o'clock, going to New Orlean--" i

403. at 7 o'clock this morning for :\Iarianna I I On Tuesday; the party encountered I Former price t+12'10,12'j and 15c, Large, Medium and (Small: Checks _

.. I with a negro boy named Edwardsin 'three squalls: off Horn Island and Monday the yard 5e. Monday the yard 5c.

custody. The boy had been sentenced '
: one severe storm in the afternoon of I
R K. WHITE, .Savannah Morning News to two years in the state reformatory that One case "Hitiste D'Trevior" and Our Entire Stock: of l2'''... Baud; 'l.IC

The Central Railroad I day. "Organdie Supreme," in Beautiful Satin :Stripe and Cro-s; bar Lawns in
Maiittfatlnring Jeweler may manage there upon a plea of guilty
Floral and Stripe Dl'-irillt. Monday sheer :and medium weights, Monday

4>luat UptUiau, eventually to get into Pensacola, before Judge Blount of the theft oftd iTHE WEATHER i 10 yards; for S5e. choice at toe yard.

.1. I'PDoarola, litJlOTEs FU.: A report from there indicates from a negro man.

that a deal will be made with the
For Over Sixty; Years

.r w_, I Yellow River Railroad by the Central MRS WISSLOWN Hoormx* SYKCP: hat TO-DAY EXTRA SPECIAL ,

I! whereby the latter: will get into been Used for over sixty years by millions '

: 1'eusacola, either by trackage rightsor I, with mothers perfect for their suec...children.. It soothes while the teething child I Local Koreciut-Fair tonight amisunday 5.000 Yards New Embrodieries, Beautiful Qualities and

NWS) 1 eo/teuh the gums,allays all pain,cures wind I :
:: the absorption of the Yellow i( colic I It will and relieve b the the best poor remedy little bur sufferer I'mrrlioea Im 1 fresh south wends.Temperaturs. Designs. the Best we have Offered this Season.

River nud.1'reiJeut. I mediately. Mold by LJrulgl.Uin every carl I in last 2. Hours :

'_ />0.. /. I John M. of the of the world. 'f".t'uty.IIcents a bettlH \!. '1 i Maximum .. ..... ... .... '''' .. t"l1rrl'.s I i .....8*2 to lOc yard.....
Ea.riu;: I sure you" ask for"Mrs. Winsluw's Hootb-' : Miaimuui .. ...... ............. .... ..;degrees i
d.Hlll Hunt; Jr-.I I ng Syrup, aud take no other kind.
: :
Central was a-kel yesterday about j I
Oretu to- I Temperature Elsewhere :
: harp's: thi report. He said there was little NOTORluTvoic ; 'ia:. Mia.Ulantu. ALL PURE LINEN HUCK TOWELS. 45 PIECES TAFFETA RIBBON.

chance of the Central getting or ', .... ............. ".' "-'
chil- 1 Bi-umrck ...... M M 40 doz., Hemmed, Colored Border :, !T and :Hoc: Qualities to go Monday
I ,
i-k "y and two I wanting the Yellow River Riilroa I II ;Chicago ..... _.... ._.. .... <..* ftr big value at ''UcIollllay 12'.c each. i at 15c yard.
:- mare !titletof WHITE THIEF Cincinnati ...............__ r,
I just at present wh 1HH: re is a Oalveaton ._.... ..... .... .._. M 7*
I I 1, Huron ... .. .. ._........._... II M
-tretch of twenty-five miles between Jacksonville ... .........._. .... *"* 72
iier bn- excur- 1 Kansas city ..... ...............VJ MS NEW ARRIVALS.
jii"' Kellersville, the western terminus of Will Mitts, a white boy who has Key West ... ... "... ....... __... .- *.-' < t
-rpri-e under theI Memphis ... .. .... .... M 71
the Yellow River road. A survey of just been released from a term for Mobile .... 1 W 7-i
I h:. Reed Sundaywharf it'I Montgomery .. K- ;2 New Val Laces and In*ertings, New Belts and Pocketbooks Chatelaines -
Ildx at this distance has been made and stealing several revolvers, was again New Orleans w''' 74
Sew York. .. *' ..1 New \'ul.'elnt llibbon iu all Colors and Widths
etc. New
maybe that a connecting link may arrested yesterday afternoon for a : Savannah ...-. t* ""' I ; ;
bt. Louis "'6 In
tit white child be built. theft of a coat, shoes pantaloons, Baby Ribbons in all widths.

-lordly, Hattie -- .-.-- hat: and handkerchiefs: from Ray ,_,_-__ -_.. _..-.____._.___--.___Hh_ __-____-. . __ __-

[', year of age, JUST LOOK AT HER. Fleming on West Hill. MARITIME.

,iiy in j ul by Whence that sprightly :
came step
Mitts wa caught by Oilicer Parker
.. ..,. faultless skin, rich, rosy complexion, W. J. & B. FORBES.
smiling face" She looks goods, feels and Mayor Jones turned him over to I EXPORT.
Ielllettth'It Here's here secret. She i
:: jjooil. uses the county authorities. He also i for August to date. .. ...... ..._ t Ale! Sidi
: -ts'e Dr. King's Xew Life Fill*. ResultI -

studIIuIT !]I organs active digestion good, noI confessed the theft to Judge Wolfe I CLEIKLD.llr .

I Headaches, no chance for "blues." and was: committed to jill without siCiIurnum, 170! Bethel hy FrJuliusSchreyer If You Buy Them at the H >*ton :Shoe Htore, They are (food !
: Fry them yourelf. Only 25c.; at W. for Hu..noyr with i",(..'.;, ft
1 1"- A./D'Alemberte's. bail lumber, value tM( (anti sailed)
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\T 'U'\H.\STISF..
REGISTRATION NOTICE. I McDnffie's Turpentine & !i 1 It ship.Ullla, T>l, Kettone to Ho-a-co Satisfaction and Service

.. ..j. \I"J i t Mutton Suet Lung Plaster BruoIt bk !:Bice W7a.Oire '. to Ko'-a-co Brou j
To those who rt'l:l-tt'r-m for the primaries' i is a certain cure for whooping: ,
\ :' !"I-/I": -" ,1 and II. i;! OTIIK: TO MAKI> EKj.Kfnuliitlons 11 .\vi: :\I\I )I:
oil June 12,11
!\\'' !L SlOW ea"yand comfortable work while of the Marine Hopitaler-
!1 You will have to regi-ter in order i iI
j j'to i -leep. vice require the inspection of vessel' from
I II, till- l .Utj I' vote in the General election in you fnrelKii ports via domestic ports north of
25 rENTs.Sold -t Boston Shoe Store Shoes
'dT'rs ] Southern Maryland but via such ports at .
gie.itto ;i November. The deputy registration i I I Ijollieers by John Sheppard, 4u5 S.Pal- Hbip Island, where full pratique! is given ,
': for southern port, inspection U nut -
gave ex- all' prerequisite I
will their book in
open afox street. to entrance, 1'(11'1.111.

;i tie district*, commencing the first _- I -

.IIt1hUl.s, at his :Monday September, two days in I j i, ltuflClt I The eye i i.* ;satisfied with the style anJ finish ; the foot i- sailed with: the
EAST END The Marine Hospital i4errie.has hued
I'm: street, ha.. i each week to register all who regis- :,: i the following; I perfeil fit and absolute comfort ; the purse i-ati-fied with a fair

iiiJ tallest cedar I I tend in June and all who have not.,i which"Coa.UnK'I.I are in; regular which trade are with known Florida and price for superior shoe; that will give better service*- M feet ; atd I| DEMOCRATIC CLUB from domestic without ports of the Crated :IStal..!!. than those purchased! eUewhere.
registered.'r. I may enter detention or Inspection
.: t"il >y, in honor oftronition X. .\11.015. : with the understanding that if sickness of I
I I any character whatsoever shall deelopduring
of Registration.
r a large Supervisor the voyage to Florida ports shall I
ck.In !1In This club held a largely attended report to the quarantine officers for inspection
iunion j + I and disposition:'
-- ----- STORE
meeting la't ni0pht at the East l tI ,)\"-
: conuei'tioii with I .
ernmeut street headquarters.The THE SHIPPING. ,
".I, i ant hotel 1 i- one I

_"d t-.t"IJli..luUE : I: matter of endorsing a cuidi- NATHAN (i. I'OIU'llimiK: : :, I'roprit'tlir.Leaders .
: vF.aarars INi runsTEAMSIIIS.
'. ;i.'tent polite and I WHITE MAN date for railroad commissioner was ;i $ I of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street.

i/i-n are always discussed, but no action taken, it being I Br August B.linont.iV.?, Rogers, toL *
i .
.I i r Jpr" --- I II
/ deemed expedient to leave a lr fitpeuor, 1'isl. Kixlham. to H H lioyerI
,"- 'ind their beer | P.llrol.1 I ljlllyJ1eld.l-IlI'.l'' to W L Wlttlcb.t NAVAL STOUKS MAKHK1. I Tim SA.NTA HOS.SI'IW .\
Special Ollicer Frank and (0
choice to the voters. The sentiment
HI.I I I Br Klngslaml, 1**'. James, iVnsaccUi
J man I Roach were on West Chase, !' prevailed in favor of H. E. Day. i I Lumber portetl Dally for The New b1 11.\TIIIIST.IU.lslunsr:
'k !h,i- been authoriiholaT'liips I !'IRI!'>I. Union Naval Store Go.
+ near lieu street. last night at 11 A vote of thanks to the ollicer and 11 us Kndymion, r>J. i'ellersin. to llaars, Bathing in the warm sulf waters Ii
\ : t. \ to i I Ii i iI 1 Dunwoily A Toj 80111" conceeded to be the fine-t in the

'> young ineti aiul I i o'clock and met a strange negro committees for the economical and j! Nor Noreg. ifi, Bjornsen. to order ww.... ..' :3:5 if .n.. .... .... ...U :-. world. Every thin.? for pleasure with

\ i-liville College of i 1 named Will Moucrief, who told sol honest conduct of the campaign just j I BAKHS wo.K ........ Y i' J. .. II :'Iit 31 I afety. Good hoard and lodging, by
i I Itus Australia. Kaferston. order I Y .. II :91 F i.-1a the day"r week. Luncheon
,. I iw department, coullictiiii: stories that: he was !I Nor ATieiiion-, IHU, Hansentoorder promptly
I uuuy ended was given. I I Nor Klie-er. -<7I. .lubn-on, to order M t \s' : \05 l __. I lai; s':! I nerved at all hours, day or night.
ml two iu thortwriting. i i ,tint to the -tat ion as dangerous |i The club was to be Nor FIgaroiou.Nielsentoorder I n' ............ 2 Ii' lJ. __ 1 111. I15- I CHAKLKS H. lirKiiiv
;:. These free I i in a i Nor Magna IIIMI, Larsfii..u H S L To I t...__............. .._. I !.> C b"t01\ "'.-I III I 2m-tf Manager.
and character. Nor Noideiiksjold, <7, Xetlsen,
Mi-picious nourishing condition, and about thefirn M to Fr J |
ilued at |1CO. but.tuts Scbreyer I 8riRIT8lDRP .''Tmt-44 I' I ASTO'ri.A.
.-. will have to| ;; charge was apparently well founded. of the year would move into ItAKKESTINX. I j ] .
I .
I, i' Bruce H aw kias,5 'i, (lulon to order | A Necessary PrecautionIoif : tan tht haft A'3S|( 1 j/Illl,s't
.t lUll fee, fJU for in- I Henry Antone, a city employe commodious new headquarters. ; I Se-a'o" :; ;;
I : t neglect a cold. It is worse .
i Iraduationfee and I I an old man, tl'?tili- that two week I II The president made a few remark, Cleaning adies--kirts and waists I than uuplpa*aht. It is dangerous. ;I It "

book-, hoard' is one of CT specialties. Star: Launi One Minute Cough Cure t
w !i text ao, on a Friday night, a negro j ji ;. in which he thanked the committee : By u.iug
\ II interested should i I i ii I t i dry. I II I you can cure it at once. Allay in- ; V I Furniture
i i goto
i I lumped over his fence and fright1 clears the head eoi.the- I f \\
it oncei- the term !and club's membership for the ac- --- --- -- -- IOU an t : :
I ened women who were in the yard. ;, shown in the j I Searching for Young Og en. | and strengthens the mucous m -m- PH\'OH'H.
I tivity pastcampai4n.MCDuffie9
I New YoiJ.J Auc S.--Trains! Moo.1- brane. Cares couzhs. croup, throat
Search failed to find the bl.ick. i! I
trouble cafe
and lured Absolutely
well Tasteless Chill ho'ir.df: ft Mi IIP taken to Chatham. :\. '' j Fishing tackle of all kinds
well .1..f'P
i' Acts immediately. Children like it.
the following night, Antone '.
'i On .
ro ass t in the seanh fur :
weak don't. Hood sn'the Cure will build up broken down jonrgi I Harrfi Pharmacy John :Sheppard and good crab nets at the
himself went into the yard and ,. systems and make the blood rich and VViIrxTtoroe: Oe lpn. a theological star Sidney Kahu.
weak 1 f Willis
\ -troug. i' i iI certain for chill dent, who tlisappriivi Hardwaer Cos.
when a *!port distance from his door, i i I healthy, cure guaranteed on Monday
I or your money refunded. Tiom hi* father's home. where he haj Garden hose at the Willis
L "HC PARTYAS was caught around the neck by a'; 50 CENTS. !:i been III from o\'f'r ttidy. The PassaIc -

black man who tried to choke his I afox Sold street.hy John Sheppard, 4iJ5 ri. Pal ': rlvpr has teen d.aggcrl and every Uardivare- -.Co's.- : LAKEVIEW DAIRY.

called for help and the He
BEEN LOCATED life out. I The best for the
negro ran. In petting away heitripped j KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. has b*of*>n the hunted through without a i ia'i I ret e price ever old here. I riioxi: 111.I .
;( trarp missing young man bay- 1 J O. M. 'ryor':I Fur-
-- over a mall wagon and fell Pensacola; Lodge, No. 3. K. of 1'- ing been discovered.!: i j nitnre Store. I I -

O.rJ'HI lllanchard: in the glare of a lamp. It was then I II Regular\u.11, at meeting o'clock.Monday Work in night the, I|j !, I Get Qur Summer Prices on the

1 J a 13-year-old;: white I look at him and Rank of Esquire. A full attendance +:i Bryan Will Nbt Be Candidate. CASTOR.XA.:
Antone !got a good ; i Muscatine. Iowa. t Ire Kind Y75 li3Ii Asap Best Milk in the
requested.' Members of sister lodges Aug. 8.-W. J. Beari the JoIr City.Our .
u. iityeveral days I recognized Moncrief as the same and transient brethren cordially invited II Bryan in an Interview here today''' 8pture /l _'

i Idly located in Mil- fellow. to attend. said positively that he would not be i 01 Stock have July Pure Water to
H. A. LEE C. Drink. No Stagnant Pojl
C. within
a candidate president In 1901.
y \ >r.- married. I The mayor put the negro on the HENRY HOKSLER K. R. t;. He I I Two Mlles of Our Dairy. Special
J fiat they will come I said be was satisfied to live as a private Lay the dust. You can buy Prices to Hotels and Restaurant

M'iu liyur Titedayon.r I road for W__days.- -- CONCERT AND DANCE AT citizen. i i garden hose at the Willis '!

I MACfNGLIA BLUFF THURSDAY !1 Sawmill- I Hardware Co. R. M. I'
*. sell' I'rntevlion Destroyed by Fire. AVERY, Prop.
'>m -
parenthl NIGHT. TRAINS AT S, 8:30 AND New
; Decatur Ala.. '
I tint be on the alert toe I Aug. 8.-The'sawmill \
you 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT of J. n. Brewer 12! miles i it For the
I ttio'a Little Blue that Painkiller (Perry I next
\ get
I- Pills make blue people :, Iavis'i) when you you ask for it ; somei 11:50. TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT !t south of hpre. has been destroyed by |I it Almost t Cost t 6U lays-rur- VIRCINIA COLLECE ,

I i dealer will try and persuade you to DEPOT. I i fire The loss is estimated; at $;),O4<"'0.I : uiture at O. For YOl'.NC LADIES Itoanokr. \'.. :
sues! the! *.tl'tJ1If all __ __ .
Cause M. Pryor's to make room for
take something ele, claimed to be n I I of fire unknown. new Op..nlli"pl. Ii. lttrr.lie or the leadlnl<
and ul.t'althmsttt'r! insist getting Painkiller 'All kinds of Furni- stock. scuoolf for \'oun" Ladici la tb H >utt "
.I ti. W 'erotlof junta? !good ; upon New building*, pinno and ,
;, J'1*.. you. 1 the remedy which has been At P ryor' S tuie at nearly cost, ;Fads llflp AVtuitetl. i, CurnpDi ten acre.. brand mountain equipment.ICAne- "
t-h the world's family doctor for 60years to make room for ry In \'alley of V,,_ famed for bealtb. Kuropean .
: !t. p:<:Hd. I>> S. Pal- almost cost for the and Aroercan tracheii. Full course .
diarrt ei, : rostTortb'y'
it never fails to stop new stock. : 'I
; CIULOBEDM'.Nobersnd Coo "rvator, advantages
i 1 rIlPnhtlPL' in Art, Music and
i griping' pains in the stomach or bow I and all expense to begin. ; l.'ti month 1 fiO days to make Ktoentlno. Mnd..ti from tbirly Htatg.MAlTiKf. .
bottles 25 Baltami from the *onkem Wood I Enclose addressed for new stock. For O.talatn..ddrese
0,1\.0.110 Ctnr-tb.T1ckUna. I el*, dysentery, etc. Large enTelopp. Pru. J. 8. MccBrody. ,
wN .or. UI c".1&roat and 50cents. i Are m 1'11l1'Batam.ike c 'nag core for toag h& I Sod Dearborn 8t ,Chi: go. u- I O. M. Pryor.. HA RIUH.Koaooke President, v...

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(; clf white batiste triiuiiiPU with Treasurer of the Brooklyn East End Art Club

FLAGS AND BUNTINGFinal I| of reel liu.'n or taff.n.i, imbroiiltnil I

with \\ hit e. The M"UM> and the <
Doctor's Fail to Cure : ENSTRUAL irregularities to their health 90', v. j
durance ire I.aih'tl11,1 puffi'd at tile : have
F-1 are generally more nrt: "I .

Touches! Now Being Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable tli I the beginning mothers and :hu:: ... 3
of a woman's troubles. if they would u* n". .
Made On Decora: ions. I With the vitality at a 5* ligence in the matter < :

--- Compound Succeeds.Mrs. i low ebb the 1,100.1'eak. 4 t tines, observing re :" .
I i ened the digestion disordered would find: that .. j JC' 'n'
COLORS ARE NOT HARMONIOUS.Pall I she about do .,
goes rale- prescriptions : ; 7. "I!m
I R ) 1 faced hollow 1 d and haggard the many cures the .;. ....,
i l lt e!, :I
Mall It Lavishly but Not Artis Pauline Judson Secretary Schermerhorn Golf Club, a piteous contrast to credit: for.
I the blooming i health of i. "L1 consulting w'

-ally Deccrated, Heavy Masses ci I Brooklyn N. Y Writes On This Subject. II II I I her former splf. Hut over Hut /Jj N. Snwdff. druggist he advised: V..'my s

Confl,.:t'r 3 Color Killing One An i II IOOOO.'hyomen have f onnd Wine of Cardui .d T-t .

I *. I health again by taking Wine of Cardui.Asa ford's Black-Draught, and : "It
ether.-Program Is Changed. .I regulator of the menstrual periods and have every reason to tha ,
ill.. 'jfi
A woman best understands: a worn s 'i iI Wine of Cardui has never been known a new life opened up to me wtt
i ;
Si \oih. Aiu s --Alons:; the coro How true this is, and Low proven in Mrs. Judson's letter which I i failed! to restore nj
iI to fail. It has seldom health and it only took three! _. ;;.e;
r; i' u 1 i"Uttu -< u:alioti 's m its htal follows. I perfect health even in the most persis cure me."

aI;' !ui tu."I.
i u na I' >!iHJii'leLt of The Tr I from women recounting their month, and sometimes years of treatment byphpicians I ; ldaM. Snyder, of No. 535 Bor- MissSnJHr, if joutakt' Vat 67

(\>:. tliioii lUll is Rankedt for some deran nt of the female organs without obtaining a I I \14/I: Brooklyn N. Y., bas .used she took it. Th'-,It, :
relief from their suffering, and how eventually they have been I I Wine of Cardui and she it
". '. 4 liiiuous: line of stands from cure, or even says helped Draught i3 the cOll1l'am n : :
.J 5 I i i. i. (JrwE 1'arK. 1'ntadilly : cured I byJust her advice or medicine, or both is almost beyond Lclid. I 1r I her into a new life. Health to Miss Wine of Cardui and it i- N ,
think how Mrs. Judson was treated for months without success, and Snyder is worth a great deal.: She is bowel regulator which .
!lit !. to St. JaiutM I av
park corner : I with intellectual -
how quickly she was cured by Lydhl1.1'! kham's Vegetable Compound an attractive young woman in If"j ..
a cure. :
'achhle with red II .
lined it i
t e un ( and Saunti\e AVush. attainments and she occupiesmedicines .
to iiip
,p.'J with gilt and connectedu I I the of Treasurer of according
of E. position
I-) there a sick woman on earth who will doubt the power Lydia relict and ia
i cure simple. >
anti the rt.adwa. East End Art Club. This position ,
'I' .own across I'inkliam's Vegetable ComiMXind over women-, diseases in the face of lyn .
: marks her of intellect, cul are cured quickly and M 'r* ,
; t ), '. flag and stifameia vi' such proof ? Surely nut as a person
I tureandretnenlentantitspea'kshiehl, Vof Wause the disease has r,
"I"i Private residences IDI who troubled with form of female ills painful menstruation -
Any woman is any S Ii l the respect and trut her fellowwomen Remember Low Miss Sn \\a '
I : ie heavil de<'ot atr-' backache. di77iness, bearing down feelings, ovarian intlammation i I have in her. She: writes: of Cardui and has: he ai!''I.. .,
womb trouble should hasten to Lj ti II. IMnkliam's Yegrctnble -
T'I-I ear and purple liar,; or any procure ,
medicines offered
would more attention are y j t >-
medicine is itcouiuiended "If women pay
'." "h gold. Compound, for 110 other so universally:
by prominent women of all classes.
nut haim att
r A niilli m sdT" -
t hastily t It i -
nuprous WINE CARDVI Lave XD':: 1"

II.1 -!Il'd"k I
t ire not ini'fftit.v

t- \111. .mns. wreathc.l ui.'i / -

t. i, tn tissue 1IUJ": al. !
I iM-tl? h Kill I row Da arc til I I ,

i ,' feature IIf-i1 Jam
( n t o-- ----=----------- ..
-- -
t.r 4' TI e will be I'tt't'l1n'at!!

i. .. i !i.a and A medley nt stums'

t. "'"MAMU utora on the troats "itn I : MOVER
t' '.1111!'I.Lg.: '. each ride. lied |MI-, i 1
IlI.j u.\-4tiloreil atioanieis are con. (1'I top, where tbl'lrc trimmed with the 1I I Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stock
embroidered luimH The cinllo is rf
I '. .' ': through ulanj! and White. ', ,I of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries
t, red taffeta or panne.-Wicuor ModeAlbum. i
: .) tL'- titular yard surrounding''r I

t.. ..t''M i 'II : I, I No 30 W. Covernment St., Salisbury Block.

l'al! Mall 's !lavibhly but not artist ;,' ; Summer E" Dlnlf Gonni. "IELt P1l0. t; au-.

x119! if ( wI
t ,.tin I II.If i ulur killing oi)>* another. ; fashion for evening frowns, and queer

I'i I.. oar .imt is icpemuualy and taste'V ; 1 old dull blues with pink bouquets or ICE AND WOOD.

f L'Y' lImIL..rt.! hut spral dIll houses I| baskets of flowers are very effective. I

1 "I" int '-t disfigured at high The jacket waist is used with these
i ratty,? Th stands remain in \Y
< t.- '1 I'al'* and Trafalgar square, but I bertha collar of heavy lace. Occasionally THIS SUMMER THAN EVE fKFCItE:

I' r. is little direction.hitfha>l : 'B a jacket is seen with the skirt of

# r ,, x n.! horse guard; old banquet tulle or lace but as a rule skirt and SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCi l.

: '..t'l: !it. aflame with red and til' jacket should match.
.v :, l li
'I nt Hun U in h's stand and other: : i ; i c. i, Thte silks are generally to be found Thompson, Olsen di Co
/ at quite reasonable! prices, unless some .
I .1" nih alnttv Whitehall gat'di! Ii i:* r /

i ,.ii'i.itfd in Mil". | .. I one of the newest" designs is desired; Manresa Street
aiiil );old T r Fi, I .ii 4r Telex hone 7 ; ; .
then it N aery exleusitC thing, for
t u i I' IIIc'b is the liest 11,'( lira I.\< .
these designs come only in the wry I -
I'i it I !i route anditli Ihi-
and hUltI"m > t of ESTABLISHED 1863.I
I 11'W--t ( qualities I ,
.i r I.-t 'rimming am, the u-c ns '
wlo..ltilk.. Even the simplest flowered I - ------
'' n; \ of grains, it is hit II I I'I II % i
muslins are possible for Mitnnur evt-n-
i : t "I ly eft-,'tive. The tar: i McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
lug; gowns made on the line of a silk ,
d i :' < ,fllln".I!.! !In- coin I
I] or lace one, close Cited around the o -D1ALIRSIH- 0
':,o. eat this
monument .it
z hire, always with a wide Spanish:
I 'n '.? 'r aiMMl taste Mils.[ : l\\rIJ: Jl'll:,us. I
flounce and with rutlles on the edge of and General
Ship Chandlery flarduiarj.80S
: j I' "i' .t' i marked increase of .
I the flounce or on the skirt that is worn
, I "Hr.Urn.: <; PISIII.UIIon after In:/ lu.lrriagt' twor'aro,
a 'd' '1. : if trHts ai'II
: ftiiunl mjM-lf ituim.-Uiit l'.iin.; The 1l!, etor.ibl my \\mnh-\\astunjfd, II underneath. liutlles of lace or embroidery i AND 605 rt. PALAFOX 8TUKKT.

ILll 110 1 i> was showery. 1'res and this caiiMd the i<.iinuith, ('on..ill.'ral.I., Mtitl.iiniiuti. lie I'l'l'serihl'd trim the waist which should to .c
i ', .i in the abbey i trol I simple in de>iii.-Harper's I'.azar. -
fur me fur four numtli' \\livii jny hu-lMiid I 1 KM'.inie iinjutieiit K-i-ause I very i REVERE COER- -P JOHN A.
'II"- flip earl marshal and ROEKLINO'S M \ > I
| {jtvvMifse inxtt-.ul ed I \ GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUHHEL & HON'S PI 'it'"
'I I .IIi
It's are so cautions in allot I The I.ntr In Mnen
and ti ttilCH'a'lt.
him td get Lydia I:. I'inkliamS Vegetable 1111I1'1111I111 tit
,11. "i! ni that probably there will! .. IIii\\ I \\i\i I had: taken that at first ; would have sated me I Many of the newest unbleached line: !JGims Cirdigi Pilits, 8s!! liotletl( iBstrenioli, Chris I'd"1

t ',. tent ilaots Civil service o." : vt-eksof Mitt'eiini It to..k tluviItititr nmiithuMnrc IIIl" lout it is I cns resemble hopsacking; and these I 1! COMPASSES. LOGS, KIO

; r is' .it> profiting by personil" relk-f uml Imth .fill to Your (" 'lIIpouwlhas and the twills, mercerized piques and
must oii.
a lujipy ue art jcnii. V C. McKenzie Oertinij Collecting A ent for Hi: Pilot i ;
: 'rh i .".'-h;|. tnd obtaining entrance in lirotidit joy to our holtwawl health to m..."- P.\tLI-: .J[D- I drillings of tine quality are ur-td with 'I ciation.

: if-' i '!'r Americans are It'1 '' 47 Hvijt t., Ilnioklyn, X. Y. I silkcsts and trimmings.! The line I: -

. h hut seats have been woven hulbnds appear, amons; ttylish I
pro tasting sfcnilij (hissati-iii that WUlllt'1t would ';:\\1' time
It. ,' r"1. .lurtlrN! Rrowu. ot the I'l'it.'i! I tailor eCl.tulUf' the 11l'3Irbh tin
t and much i'ichnes 'if tlioyoulil get Lydia I:. I'itlkhanl'.1egetahle The Star
ens are . If ,
sf.fanni.rt. and
| \ .
< \ ttiuohtauixi CoinpiMiiid at OIK-C. It might a. \\rll !M> Ulltlt'r..tllllllr tll ,
\ I ;. 1'11 (;rig .I. P : I.uv liistrtlons. Large collars
\1111'1:1:1 last that no medicine m the world is equal| to it, and no druggist-
i and overall banded with
,. l ? uh..tIt ute will witlsfsu-tor). Jot to-da> ;
.. '" 'l"'IIIt.I| !ly intimated in June that ins!rtions, and usually under the jacket Biggest Busiest Best !
.. of these beautiful suits ,
pa.tcIwithtb.-SaIl ualGtBank\ .f1.ynn.L.poo one frets, a
y f"r" KI i. biillionuirf ould uiltr. ant .IPoumumalletier
.I. rantnltbat tie atu
"' r*>n
-- --- -
at 1,4/ .\m..rkanunc'ODlIl'.t.1 with ,-' tirfnrr ",htdiiiini the wntrr's tpevixt pore glimpse of a tUckl"tlnuse of pink jel
Lydia L.1'lukbatnMrdiciueCo..LyuaMasi. low or white ind.a: raull.Froien' .i'I''iE;
r.' II.ltlo.r i iIll
"III"a. y mills 1II \'" j II! : on
I Jr.
1 !king Tanon HucKwortniri! lay tt1N'I Tnotli I'umler.pouilti Salmon: frozen in On'ollllnd shipped :1 t Your Swell Frn i'I/lh/>l ly.iii

I CORONATION PROGRAM. ampulla and SI/HOII' on th. altar. wit! Tot ttl / continuing camphor I to Germany can be bought; there for r I tiwJ111 .
lli \\1 lic a
j -- plan, uiiDii hisnuijtxt} the Colombin'ii 'otut'ume, stases the enamel ut the I S3; cents a pound, while German I I _

Impftant Changes In Same Arc An. Siiuioiiis and the Siipertiut.ia. or the I tiM-tli tn rack, iiiul therefore It is better salmon costs $l..- a found.rhig its I ,-ivd It you are vrilre ,

flounced from London (-IOMpall of the loth ut geld will :1\""h l since, the cracking; of the : I ,fir --ed ami your tin :,

1, I inli' i1 A IK. ".-.\ number of im'l U'li\t-r the spurs to the lord great charnel means the first stage lu the i : able, A woman

; i4i'i I i :o.1lJlWo! in .he coronation pro '' chamberlain, will take the Kings I decay of the teethFOLEY'S I .
ff always jratisree a 1111, '*
I -- -
It' tI 1iliUOIIIIIC''d: Inlay, the itr switrd from the altar and hand it to !

..'I. .'n :I: \\JI11 the king; i I; preMtitHi his majesty will lilt' ujx>n the kin, KIDNEY CURE. j tinct- by the consul

J -'{'llj; I. by the aiflibi.shup oii the armlllJ aid Impt-nal raantleilli Will cure liri;:ht's Dise=e. signature IR on every Sox of the genuine and he goes ititu t.r.. '

i 't 1' 111\ athe inijoiibtej king tape the orb with the cross trom the ', Will cure Diabetes. Laxative Bromo-QuinineTauets 3 ( : i3:1': inured with b"'iuty w

i i "'., iialm' will ln jlt>rull1I'J but altar and! deliver it to the archbishop | Will cure Stone in Bladd r. the remedy that cnre a cold la one day x collar and cull- !.uv-

J ..I ,1t'I. ad of four times as given for presentation to the king and will'' Will cure JiduPand Bladder ,, at the :Mar I.iundri
I I Di=pa"ei'A.. D'Alemberte, 121S. I
t i ..I t'!.. nttliproeram. Tho titan:'. m>ei\e the oib from the king to b.- i' : Palafox.

I !', hate :, laid liy him upon the altar i
re-l i iI I II I mm DISEASES ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goods CaM for ni L > '

I x ,.. ,tulttd at.d the Te Ht'uin, Famcus Landscape Artist Dead 1G.GOO frn.
I wLL I I\b plated in the order of the r.ldiioes-ter. Mass. Aug. S -J H Awarded at FartsfflI4LijIA I TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST
ue tM molt fatal o( all cu.. I
: t.wu i after presenting of the \'ibc Twachtcian. of Xea Yoriv. the famous

tl! nut be risen at that time : land.vape artit. die here today at earei. WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager. _

i but will be sung during the recess at tae age "f 4S. Death occurred at a - -

the i !i-"- of tlii- coronation office, whjn hospital where Mr. TW31'hlmanis : fULt P Iii ni AEA I TIME TABLE.

i the'IIi1t Saint Edward's chair home treated fer a complication oT4seases. I )


1 I i .Owir.K. to the ase of the Very Rev A PHYSIC'AN HEALED. 1-I lil'iesi recommendations for cure of Poorness j jc' or monty refund<4. Contiini IN EFFECT DKCEMBh.K 1, lJl ....
fJ..irKt Ciantilli* Bradley the dean ofWestminster I Blood. Stotrich troubles tnj Ceneril Oe

' who is 111 years old the Dr. Oeo. Ewing! a practicing pliyicuu hilt'. Incrcius the ippetiie, Mrtnithcninerto remedies recognized bv eminent 1 I----- __ New _Orleans_ and_ M bile.

t I Hug has hf\'d him of the duty
I lading th. regalia upon iLn' altar an I over thirty year*, write* personal I PARIS Kldiiiy and Bladder troublu 7:15: a 11:15 m Ufl.'i p Leave Pensacola ....Arrive ".' a :
I tl:9': a 'l7 p I:' : a Leave.... lomaton.. bare : : a
thirntcp! will be performed by Canon with Foley'* Kidney \ I .
experience E. Youcrra a Co. FRIOI IK M4 ...\ l1IoJ a I;:!:2 p t5.5 a L..av. 'Ioblltl Leave j I I: a I. I
_ r t IHukvi.irth but the dean will pre, Cure "For year I had been g-rpat-I ..tarns.e.. I .._, .:zp 7W) a _Leave New "rl..a' L..... -. p
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Met tli" crown to the archbishop for ly bothered with kidney and bladder' I N rth. _

.. the m.litary:! coronation and will pre trouble aud eular/ed prostrate | i I

I F>'r.t th' communion supper to the lauJ. I ued everything known to I SHERIFF'S SALE. I No. !. No. I. I .n I
the profession without relief, until I The Beer !1't1' pm 1I p m Leave .. PtJD'.cola Arrive I: pm a n:
ly virtue of aa execution Issued out ol 6lSam 6a7pm Arrive .. 'loDUomtlr" _1A-1'11 l1.1ar' m
i TEN rKNT- WILL BUY trial size of commenced to u=e Foll'Ki.1uE''\ : the circuit court otEscanabtacounty. Usherein ...1 1L'S9 am e.i,; pm I Arrive... ilumlDlbam -.1.0 s amnI +
Cure After taking; three bottles I ,,' Charles McCredi U plaintiT. 7'i5pm' 8:111 am Arrive..Saahvtlte.Lrare'
Ely ; Cream Halm ; enough to convince wa entirelrl'lieved and cured. I I That '; K. Edward: hansen Is defendant i have 1 j 55) a m 9:19 a m Arrive ... Louisville .....bare e.:' pm sin
you that it i* the greite-t of it' in Made' levied upon and will sell in front of toe t I 7:2o a m 11:50 a m I Arrive .....l.lnclnn.U..I.uve 1\ '.' pm
i prescribe now daily IDprac- court douse at public outcry to the hi ghesi' 1o: a m 1:101 pm Arrive .HI, Louis .I.un 1:1' pm r.-
remedie* for naal catarrh or cold in tice and heartily recommend its ue I bidder for cash on Monday, the 1st day ol
I all for such trouble. I September, A. D.1.":, at li noon, the following PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION
to physicians 11
the head. Full *ize ;50 cenl AllilriURit :
described ,
to-tMt Ii F. ,
properly :
DANflI I B rAM 4
in hundred of U
*. We mail it. have prescribed it : or the Ion numbering iBD'l 7 of arc II.Tp. I :010 !i-Dally :00. I-DallJ I So atop where time not IbowQ So. S-Ia. .:::!
: cases with perfect success" w -\,1 I Ij north of Kance $) W. of Tallahassee, con, 11
i ELY KKOS Warren Street D'Alemberte, 121 r+. Palafox. j I taming 1W: >4-i,ii acres. The shove propertj, l1M pm 7:00 aus .. Pentacola-Arrlre I') Pill. ;
Sew York. j levn upon as property of K. Edward Han 1:111 night 7:13" ..... Iob"mla. ...._. 1u.9 .
-1:5VICTORIA- sen. UI: ) 7t1 It ........ Vnl " 153: t'cIudtreft.: Albany: N. Y. : hOuselio1dand CEl };. SMITH U:2JI It 1:1: It _...._Jeambl. ..._ IQ.II:
1 Me"r*. ELY RIMS.-I suffered Seasonable *I sheriff Escambla county, t la. 12::83" 75" .h. .... tulat ._.. 10).11I '
1 greatly with catarrh and tried digero an20awiwNOTICE :*, It ys's .. _' Harp ._ .. 1111"
. remedies kitchen utensils at the \ -- ---- -- 12x: ,) It 715" .__v-It Cill._ LIt "
rut: without effect After 12i4 II 750 It __._ Milton._ __ It 1'.101
t using one bottle of your Cream Balm Willis Hardware Co.'s. I II MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. 1;)) am..... .. -_.600d Ranle... It... .,
' I found relief and I cannot praisetoo IM .15" __.._ Holtl.._ ('.113 '
highly such a remedy. I BEST 10-CEM MOTILE Notlca U hereby given that the undersigned !:t) 9 So) II ._ Milligan __ ,. fl.') "
i I Know One Sure Kerned intend to apply to the Honorable L, 2.M ;! j" ._CrntYlew__ 0:11 '
Miss COKV WlLLARIl. tor r\:1oJs mtecoll 1.u\IIICur-ur- a IN TOWX.DANNHEISBER, J. Reeves, Judge of the Circuit Court Es 8:1) .51" Deer Land b.SM1
Sept. X. Istt. ca-abia County. Florida, at in o'clock a. m.,, 13 elo It Mosey Head 4 et, '
Mb, lf.<.!. the It -LeFantskdpringa .
-- i Aug. at Court House In Pen ':03 fIS5 .1'
made BROS. t cola, Kla., for a charter for the Alpha 4:19 0:44 II .. ._ Argyle. ._ II 1.55 '
Try one of our celebrated There's lots of money to be Social Club of Feasacola, Florida, ...bleb11I Ito 8AT' .Ponce d. Leoa.. 7a
in real estate-lots of it. A real estate I AGENTS FOB THE CELEBRATED \\ be an association for social and llterarj 5:00 103I $5 __WUlfllte _._ II 7IT
U. S. Felt Mattresses. sign is usually a in>xer-board to improvement of Ui numbers. 5:01 11):15' .._ CaryvIUe. 7..It "
wealth. I.I f Harper > rI s1cT. binned-Richard Morris, Herman Abdel, 5 sa" 11);$) _&ODII&_ II I.St
They never pack or grow Thos. C Watson cotta, Julian Bradley, Eugene BagkinsAefurt ,I 8:00 II 10:47 It _t.blpley: __. A 17 ait4
Co.. the leading Real Estate firm Main House-401 8. Palafox street. Lucas, K. T. Gagnet, Ed. Brown,. 8kI! It 110' _,_.coILoudale._ '.14 -
lumpy. Better than a hair have some offers which it would Thomas Hicks, all citizens of Fenaacola,I 7:00 It 1l..5 _Marlaana- Ant 1 a
be worth while to consider. Go R.R. Exchange: : -Opp. Union DepotP. Eicatnbla County, Florlla. 7:5 "' 11:45 __Cyprt'u." .... i I e rn
mattress, at half the price. your O. Box 2S1. Pensacola Fla. The proposed charter U this day filed t I 7tIJ.. U:5 ?.Gr&nt Ridge_ J 5 '.
I and see them today, and don't wait the office omc4! of the Clerk Circuit Court; ,. 7:5d" lIJ noon kneads: II I e ::
Marston $ Quina. till to-morrow. Phones 116-YES. EKamola county Florida. UJoawiw BU." 116 of Arrlye.BJtefhuctloaI.eatel 5... a

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Alksourl parson's <'tter: The result
was that the westerner made an early '

Cures All Kinds of morning call at the Hoffman House
Net Afraid of Thirteen. barroom
critically examined the "Sa.tyr"

and Bladder John _Allison comedian of the Rob and other art gems, shook hands

Kidney Troubles inson-Temple Opera company, says with Billy Edwards and afterward enJoyed j

that he does not think thirteen un a breakfast In one of the private -

Kulney and Bladder Trouble, Rheumatism. lucky. He was led to the remark one dining rooms that Stokes and his [

',' all kinds of diseases produced by an night when a boy came into his dressing chef spent an hour in devising. It wasa t

iress! f uric acid. room bearing a package of laundry triumph of the culinary art. The

with a bill: for $1.13 attached. westerner went home with exalted

"Better give: him the extra 2 cents" Ideas of Dean Hoffman's hotel for Infants and Children.The .

HarrisLithia suggested the property man, who was

standing by "and save trouble." Don't Believe All Too t'ar. Kind You I1n'clwar llought; has borne the signature ;

Allison drew himself! up haughtily.: "I congratulate: you on the fine reception uC Cha.<. II. Fletcher, and lian been made under his

Water "Iluhr* he said. "I'm not afraid of which I heard you were hon.ored personal supervision for over 30 ,.t'<\rl. AHou no outs

thirteen. It's my lucky number." with out in Indiana," some one to th'ct'h'c"Ol in thi<. Counterfeits Imitations and
Then, as be walked over to his dressIng -
remarked to Senator Fairbanks, who '
"Ju t-a<5-soo(l" are but l JJlt'rilllt'lItOoRu(1 endanger: the
Is recommended by the best! physicians all table and began to heat a stick; of had Just returned from the Republican health uf ( -Hxperience against isi erimenl.

\-ti the United States. For sale evervr.ere grease paint over the gas Jet, he said: convention In Indianapolis."That .

"Last season I started with "The reminds said the senator
-shipped anywhere. me, The Kind You Have'Always Boug11tBears
Wrong Mr. Wright" company. We "of an old but always good btory. In a

Can opened on Friday, Sept. 13. There were sleeping car a man was snoring most the Signature of

Nothing Compare thirteen people. Leaving my dressing loudly, and nobody else in the car could

UAKKILnuu: CARBONATED WATER for table OH. HARKI Lnnu room for the first scene I saw a fireman sleep. Finally it was decided to awaken -

\;.,EH ALE u the finest of all ales with badge No. 4'li3. \\hich, when him and compel him to quit snoringor

added, makes thirteen. Leaving the stay awake. So, after much difficulty

Write for Free Booklets-Full testimonial of cures, analyses, theater I spoke to a policeman on the he was aroused.

i. to fbow to your physician. corner with badge No. 49; add again. "What's the trouble!" he asked.

Coming to the theater this evening, I "Your
snoring keeps everybody in tho
Harris Lithia Springs Co., Harris Springs, S. C. I 1 boarded car :,:n5; add once more. car awake, and it bas got t-j stop." In Use For "Over 30 Years

:I There are thirteen men In the Cooper "How +w t Clw.Vi eo..... +1pa. .'.1e "'W .... ta'I
do you know I norwT: questioned .. .. . -.. _
,.. ,.i :; ;.. : ; .; .
chorus in this company and to cap the the disturber: of the peace. .=- ... -

climax: my Louse number -I1r"l-an.) "We heard ," wits the reply.
other chance to add-and there are "Well," ";lid the man who snored as f Every Woman

M. W. MARSHALL Pensacola. Fla.: thirteen steps from the pavement to he turned over to go: to sleep again W t

the front door. So, you l'lif I were "don't believe all you hear."-Washing. WI 1N IIOP r Co. : \hR\Il\\hirl'n: Spud.; )

the least bit superstitious WboopI"The : ton Post .. .
Inilo Pouer I '
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I TWO MEN KILLED IN FIGHT. I comedian gave a shriek that -.....- I .,. .t t
1'111 loiid of music.
M, fur instance: brought half the company to the dietsinz Ilhr>" njcrt Orlef.Major Importers and Dealers inChinese '- I. .......I.....: :. I i

Bloody Feud Between Families In Tennessee room door, his fin?cr sought his iK-Lititld a former superintendent /.' ,oo._.10'.'"- \. I
1 ,t cull Lis born blow. .
-Two Wounded.Xafcnullf I month and he made a rush for a water of West IVat: Military academy. and Japanese a\nii'A,1'">> "te. \f iy\: Y.S !.
? :
A'u.Jim Ilighjiooh tap. wax: to put it mildly not very t, r. t tw il tni.. 'ft \ \ .-
'xsn i li *rtir-J .n1 I J !M IHI I
enjoyable k '
very Brooks Carter. here bill brother John, A moment later he exhibited a burn l-jJU:1r ciiher with oiulets or orticersAfltr Fancy Goods, r... |.til II.-.M AH.t'.i'i.. I .-! ." v.. I 1
itrriian to keep at it '.11.1. 'K"I CI :
Carter is Mipjuifcud to hate !been serl- that covered half the side of the index h" K'ft an Irish Janitor said that -'
01 I tar! resut! was that FINE CHINA TEAS .,, i
oubly: \\onn.t and a man of the ; linger and as he reached over and when the mtjOlr'I'nt clow to the Kl)1'? r.'r Ttrore Hfdt. N. tnla
next iliMT for
f a 31 South Palafox St.
v-s than the man name of Richmond! was shot through; ]I picked up the Implement of his trade: wharf to leave the P'hit he was followed I t
I that had flying in the by a dhry ." Laandry Office. 1'ensacol.i Fla :, MHH .
.'"-d a wc-ok or two the wr: t in a light in Jackson county, gone excitement many eye -ChicagoN'tw -

r Ia.lrfptI : resulting from an old fud l ttwecn the label diM'loed th" word: s.Eatly. I hive' beer nilitirit"d "> tats t
: I the Outer and Lynch families of that "Meyer's Grease Taint, No. 13." r STfnrrT t ?ianrn >i \1 fur Wm- J"UhllllC" i
I not 1'.1:1" 1':4'1". G.yjl. v u, JJj; A :. -lh.cril'tiou.; ; .
I I" lniicr. Sl'.tlon.The J
in the hfteeut'!: ee. t'r..u Paris. HrYIII'i: IRJ'tr. fl.- COb1l114'11I" ,1

.to tell a false-hood" fight occurred in the store o? T...1 1'hlnn e Wnntril, to SrI' firm annually sent to uf.n r ,pt."t, .itKurope. Thesetiny.p3uesireup'rtr! : pile,! prf, (4 JJ.OK pt.r year into 11.1. i'
Included in the }>. <>r moreof '
I :ittle Jiuimlc who Crooks Carter where his brother John l.W) Halsan >f 1 opai'ia. NJ ,
own by the late IVnn o>cr dulls dress 'a m tin / I > \\HCI'. THI! .- Je-uitu< il'f papr'ITi (
"Ill". Jim Hiihi '
', "ittul !sinners ain't I and several others had) gathered. The Hoffman! in New VotU was the Hoffman fashion. i, C'lIi have .t-'t.Iii'tlIetti h. "'cl1l1l"{
tl laII"r IIII..t.
House. When under the fl.UUto t' :
I Jim m ic. talk drifted to the election and a dispute i unnaswnient : e.,". 'i.Py.PI"lt""II'' '''' JL M. KIM lilt.t .
of the late 1tok: (';:. that hos-
you mean? aro..a brtwetn ih*' Carter and = GOLD DFST. I \ II If' at I OIlI'cr.lsn I ('..C" hilly Nrwa I I,11
: Missus Smith yeteroil ttlrjr wUI" headquarters of the national : ___
Lynch factions. One of the
men .
"," she'd call again, lh mocracy in New York city "Let the GOLD DLST: tins do lour fork."
to reach for his pistol and I
>?::1. said a general and IN gorgeous: barroom vv.i" t'ie talk
gone you you
fight 4'n511..1in which guns an>i THE GARDEN SECTION I IFenSaC
i" come again."-Ohio I of two continents, a ilergvuini from I rtI
pistols were brought into action.
Brooks Carter and Hlghjioob were i instantly N I

I killed and Hichmondvas sh >t l-FIOrida.
Mini?} %a1Pr.r I
through thmt. John Caiter.v'o:
: taking! considerable i
is supposed to have been seriou'vwoumle.J '
\our young men owe '
I L-' boanL" ran off alter the shooting. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. ,it j

ri.- k answered threatening enhance I
-iinc > -- --
-, !.t'l'r. 15ut then, The Lynch brothers are under ir- :

:'.\ over it so that rest.: Further tioiilile is t'Xll.'ctf..l Beautiful Lots for Sale.

:...tites. so 1 save frn4

in." Mobile icnooner AI.1.u Goes. 8.-Ashore.The schooner 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, Recording 'tl i

rage H. Phillip which sailed from ( to location and surroundings. j

triit-lt .. r Mobile fire days ago, for Cit>nfu<>eo>-. II rT
-; 'y In lovelier Cuba with Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Heutttifuliew\
a cargo of lumbtr, wei.t ,

very costly day ashore on Dixie sland and may prow j GOLD DUSTill High, Dry Fertile Lands.

a total loss. News of the accidentwas I
take every particle of dust and dirt VOT youii
brought to Mobile by th. fruit oors and woodwork-makes them as i 'ai as a The grandest opportunity for investment over
steamer Dudley. The schooner i hustle neat a<= a pin Nothing so coed fo. vahtng
I i- N othes and dishes cf 'ered in Pensacola.
Keeled over on her :tort guard and ade only! Cy THE N K FAJ: I d' ." ,I life deck load of lumber is partly sue 1 r 1f Chicago' New York, Bostc-i.: Si LOJ. .. .
merged. Onp Hikers o!OVAL FAIRY: SOAP. Dome Seekers. Should See Thrxc Lots."V. .
person was Bern n.iboard. r J

I .t 1\1.1 fig: I, The Phillip/ resist"* Ml I

't I'll.! tons and was built! in lv-se\. Ma I Clubbs

> 'lI-titn.t'lII..l- ;] 'n Ih8j. She carried a cargo of T7,. .f a aft. i1 I

"I', i 1 5-2 feet of lumher.'ahlE'.1 at $&('0"I If You Have
1 .rd: p. tiniini- 'rtY Corner Garden and .[taunt: Streets.V .
hi:, i, hian'I'nbe.

,-tl .e il "Illha"e had diahete* i'i IB wnrt form." j

i "-r jiiM-rf( )>etli >ar'iitin write : Marion Lee of Dunreatli '/ RheumatismURIGSOL C BKKNT: ''A'M H KNOWI.KW: K. I" rt: : IK I M 'n....HKPreeld

"- .ly clu-id Ind.'I tried F ig-htrh...iciIII'; without I at. \ ice I' 'a'I le- l.. l < ..&llar.

snit and unl< v;> relief Only three bottler of Koley's rI
>'tlf l h c ukfit out Kidney Cure made me i well

-'I.d to it- normal 1I1:U1:' W. ,A. D'Aleailierte, lil :-'. the frroat tested anII.'DtlOI'1td First NationalOF
.' M ill Iff'! dtrttmyed l'alaf.\x. will CaliforniaRemedy cure Bank

-' out of t<'n ..inuhicti you. It also cures Liver. Kidney and
N nothing lib CbiriCALLV EtlMIMIJ THE "SATTK." ladder diseases, caused by an nrt's8"f .
i condition of tho I For Aid of Striking Miners. uric acid. It never ails. and builds up
Missouri who had known the dean in
the health and Ftrercth while it.EPudstamp .
.- using PENSACOLA. TLA.
Xf': Yoik A'm S National Organizer
his college days wrote to him that he j for book of wonderful certificates -
t1i'! IIl1ul1rellI"llaro; Joseph Lord of the National Price, {1 per bottle. For sale -----
I I" alne-s (cuid by I'.uil(ling Trades Council will go lo was visiting New York after a long |! by drunnstn. If your druggist can not DIgt: :EaTOX: c "1
absence and wanted particularly to I i supply you It will be sent prepaid upon
it it.itot be cuivu by ll.sharre tonight to discuss with tlie fatuous paintliT "of receipt of price. Address __ WM. H. KNOWLE3.. A. BLOUNT. K. c. HHKN'I .V K It YI'ft. JJ
bee two things,
.I i Cur.:4'11: <1 for cir- |
the officials of the llrited Mine U'orit- L' D. O. UKFNr.JJT'VVe : .
the "Nvmphs and the Sat.vr" and the ] Urlcsol Chemical Los '
ers plans for raising funds for the
> h'% & Co, Toledo, O. great "chuiker out," Billy Kdwaids.
i- .Mt75c.; striking miners from the general public As the hotel belonged to the dean, unUouMedly or the J" ': 1 J j
this cit A Lamar &, ?3ikin Drug Co,Ange'jeSICil' r. tthhi 1
ot > suggesting has been he cMiild manage it. l n l Q m QUtM i a I
Distributing :
I 'L 1 's Honey and Tar made to bring here a larva: number of The dent did manage it. He knew

i. the wives and children of the miners L'd Stokes very well and often found """ '' .
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.Jren.sefe.sure, 4Ooplerr"r !<.
--- and let them parade through the him a generous contributor to certain draw our own Bill of Kxcfiai./e' oil lib at l'.riOerminy .'! Jr.ut

'aorsfJ"cluu'c streets thantie-j. To ,tokeb he went with the France Amtria, Italy Holland. Hpafu! helium Net
LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS way, Hweden.' Denmark and other Koropean co'ntr'as.'
r/iick we will sell Predicts War in Transvaal. Cures Eczema and Itching Humor

\furston\ S' Qu ina.t Home An,;. 8.-The Giona dr Through the Blood-Costs Nothing [ArVessels Disbursed apfnh... Moat Favorable Tj-rrji and thJ
to Try. OF PYTHIAS Taken at Port of ''ertirailct. Tt
son of former Secretary Heitz of the Obligations Payable ;; rr Klftttr Dri

al i suvmy. lllenl on Transvaal who has arrived at Naples 15. II. li. (Botanic Blood Halm.. I.; after VecPel Arrives there.k'V'Snftty .
l'fllflacnla Xd. K. of 1". .
LOdge, 3. -
w be a regular meeting cl In thus! interview Mr Reitz declare now recognized as a certain and ure
I m""U ever,. Monday *,.'" Deposit Bor.R for lout in Cimncotlos .
I Mi-dic'il Society at I that war in the Transvaal will re-cor.i cure for Eczema Itching Skin Humors lug at *.m: at <'!ul<- hi \7ith\rhioii we have a Priirs Ap9r-ineut for th" Uu
Health office at v '
In the P.louut Wan
few -
a hence. t
: years :-;('aI.cale". Watery Hhiter -
I'm'-d 17. .\u.'. 12 and 2t! > I Hulldn?. third Boor 01 n.-u t nrA.
*. Pimple, Aching liones ore I visiting; brethren corn'at
v-icians; are cordIally To My Friends.It if welcomed

." c1. I I.* with 1 tell what Kod-d Joint*. Boll, Carbuncle*. Pricking! I :'. H \ Lit..
I Utt.W. C. DEWHFKY joy you Pain in the! Skin. Old Kaii.n': torn>*. H. HORSLEKK :
did for me. I wa troubled with my Ulcer, etc. IJotamc! Blond 15 dm : R. ... H.
.1' ill KKK.Secretary.. I'residant.j ..t"mlch f< several month-! l"p"ti taken internally, cure* the wor-t and I

I iGOLAY tit'g! advi-ed to ire Kod-d.! I dido, mo-t deep-;ented cae* byeurithnm.r; "> irf'-r ifci ,' -
- purify lug and vitalizing the hlo ",d I LaurelsAgain ?** s .. ,' .
I and word cannot tell the rood it ir\ .. .. '
thereby irivin, : a healthy blood -u, ;
=tJ lia-> done me. .\ 1\l1 iibiir had dyiep -. ply to the kin. ]!.tamc Blond l Bill. !, I .. \, ., .' L .. tI'

''i-t *o that le !Ir.d tried m->*t 1* the only cure to stay cured, fir' r" "
Tbc Para Exposition I .... .
:! Corn Meal' Mills ever.vthui I told him to use Ko- these awful, annoying skin tr ubi-- pa* made the Gold i .. .'"I'.11..t.. .. ...... -
Other remediemay relieve but I! Hcdsl Award to .... ". ... ... ...
dol.VonU\ llf h. t
: ive come
r I B. B. actually ctil'p.*, heilv: t'r: .Ln1, ." :, f ';:, '.
ZALEZ & CO., Prop i, tci nee from him beau rec >mnuuded *ore, and give the rich .:low: gift LW.HARPERKENTUCKY *s A ,.< *. b.....1.-111.... ..., ,
it.Oeo.V. Fry. Punta, kin. I |l I -. | >.TUI.fl .h. .. '
health the
to Buildup' t
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i 1 {C'wre'II Pi
t f r
health at.drrenizth.ofulind DIU"I: :: : /
low a : broken-down body and maketh '
VI *MI t'l'laHHOlT'II eri ITU/ -....t t, "L t
a'ld body, depend on the "tom:ich. blood red and nourishingKp- .. .. u.9w. .r I.'i. ', .'.
';1 flCh. n'I-u. I tud activity of tl-p ditive I WHISKEY V, t ..1.I .I I. \ \ .... .... .'
norina advised for chronic old cae* t 1.11'1
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';..1', ,, lor there It I oruanKodol, the great doctor* tnedicinee and .. I'.. I..,,. .P. 4is. . .
.'..IOtlbu.your.l..l.r.G. : rpcon-I' patent t'r c T( 1 tw!n %1) r. r f TT I r.'r '
all wT i e,.H I w'tr tsir mi W. fc ., n. t i n. A'i \ i
II Horn.. Maaufsotnrer. -tiuitivc tonic cures : -pr'tigftil; to cure. Dru ;i-t"?, $1 I OoM medali KVM i* e.nn.ahN.r.. 'H'r : Vi I 1 Y
V ': :our(t' boa'e' Indusurt and bowel trouble*, IUdi, e-llon.. dyipepiia 1 To prove B. K. H. cure.. -ample lIt rcwOe 10 i. tae3hiQ wca.ID ,.. do).. 1 &III ..,.te tray i.r,.rt..r.I. r.. r '. .,r.,. tinindum .
1 in tbf ooaimcnlij Kodid clu'e-ts any gn'td food 1 free and prep.ud by writing Rlo -d h Mr. Mj.Nt:" 1I1H.IIIM- t.:*' !>.. .,1.,

err n:*1'iUlrectly m\ \ bt'nt't.ttoll.j I Ii you ", at. Take a dove: after meaN. 1.I Balm Co.. Atlanta (h. Decrihtrouble oo usu.iola SAlVONA SOAP CO., Cor. 12th & Pl'it l S s ST. LOUIS MO.
Harris John! Sheppard medic advicetut
tu eof iHbor Ion owe ; P"irmacy: and free :

t,' .r .try. to m rout live InG |' Sidney Kihn. in ealed letter. By DaiiBMissur! l1ru .

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r>Tlr 1 vtor ." want to. and :"X if be 5EE how e/aBy the pt'f'n.''' 'A. R"'lr'Wr.rt 'M !

V 'i. .' ; ,':it irto youro..uiit.a'Un stomach vitality tthicl N !ur* j .'- u'. tl i.un< and ,
. I. ,: ..f whole On" See What ? Im f-y slips int. 7.1 ir wt -. .>. 'I. flag |...... ....r
.. w t i.s that he put from FOli E"all!l tlw mt.+...'h

.r ..r: .cei ht-\ ante "suy a puckuse rt nl Pt'stare fur lIwrd Sunday .. rk .i 't :.1. I .s =ou't's.t. ot the whole of tutj 1. that he itas) a *t4>m w h 1 ate a Hulr ." >';i K )w-t t I

i.v I..t before g'linrto lieW Mtn.ttv v. .J! bi ,

'Ii' a;v t s to eat a proper tryst when 1t F.K it Ties Oo ...-t hl n e' t al<*< .tux y.u rt ;
( ., a 1' w' e&i.l.1l it antXi:
M uj w"ft crispy di"!Hoale t1ili.e:

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........................ FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY -
t -I! .THE BIG STORE. r; 1 .
.< $5,000.00 .." .. .. GREATEST VALUES e ---- -- --


!. Worth of Summer Merehandise ? : IX THC eI i WE WILL TELL

J to be Sold During this Month. : AUGUST ;. HISTORY OF THE STORE. I'

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Wash Goods Department. CARPET DEPARTMENT.Velvet Embroideries and Laces. I this much if the great -HOE NEW-

HALF PRICE FIGURED LAWNS. Carpet at ... .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. . ..60c yard 1,000 Yards Emb. Beading, 5 and lOc yard that on SATURDAY. AfOI'-T :. I :.

1Vhitp X-1r: Muslin .. .. . Jcyard Brussels Carpet at . .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. . .. ..50c yard 2,000 Yards New Emb.Edges: I' we will .tart our (great:

Km White (ioods. . ., .... lucyard Union Ingrain Carpet at. ..... .. .... ... .. .. ... ......33c yard and Inserting! .... .v. ....5 and lOc yard |

Piques, Tennis Flannel.! Gillitea Wool Terrain Carpet at.. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .... .... .... ,05c yard 1,000 Yards Torchon Laces 3c yard I
... .. ...
Madras .15cyard
Cloth Woven
Rugs 25 per cent off 300 Yards: Black and White
::00 Counter.) Remnant Lineoleum at Half Price. Lace Bands (Fine Oood=) 6c yard ODD AND END SALE

300 Yards Linen Emb. and Inserting,
Underwear. Lace Curtains:: ; odd pair?, at Half Price.
with Linen Match, at Cost.
Lace Curtain, Entire Stock, :tt \) per cent ot!.
Sleeveless'FSts..2 for Jc;
CO Doz. Ladies'
(: Doz. Ladies' Sleeveless I ; Vest,
lileached . .. .. .. . .. ..3forlOc Gents' Furnishings.Men's to clean up all the broken lot, tau .

L'5 Doz. Ladle-.' Sleeveless Veit., Bleached Lisle Vests, Sleeveless, pleteslze" and the ODD AMI EN I.
: -
Taped . ..... . ... .. .. .-1 for rc [ cc C.s:.
3sc: each.
1" Doz Ladle sleeveless Ve-t., of the ,
t r ea-on'4 to-!& -*. ThY
Lisle Thread. .... ... .. ... ..3>c each SPECIAL SALE: Gents' straw Hats at Half Price.
'v Doz. Boy-' shirts and Drawers 'MLVT GO, and WILL (lO. at U pru -

'. Buhmiran ... .. .. . .. .. ..40c suit :
.,, i5 Doz. Men's Shirts and Drawer I i -(IFl i Shoes. we will place on them. Watch Tt'l I -

llbrilatJ . ,. .. . .. .. ..He sit ...
DAY'S i ue uf thi. : for 1'KIC'I- -
Strong Point Oxford for tl. 4) paper

LACE CURTAINS Oxford .. .. .... $1.65
Waist and Skirt Department. Vr Ladies' i'JOO now and keep a look oat OB .ar absw "

.. l. i Ladies':trap; $1. 5.. ... .. .. .. .. now fl.3i
t ; Doz. Whit! it ColoredVait, each .
J down, it will be IVitMeolit'* Ir"eat
lo D.iz. Madras: Wai-t. .. . .oOc each ti AJ':1 Ladies' Oxford, *:! 50.. .. .... FI Ub :

t ".Doz. ('1.eiibryVti-ts worth li Ladies' Straps, *2 50 ... .. .. .. now *1.i7Men's Shoe .Itr. DO.VT F- ltil-: I It.
it .$! '.ijt. M.75.; for. ..... ... .. . .II' each r DRAPERY CURTAINS j1 j Low Quarters in Proportion. DATE.MEYER.
\\ me Duck :-kirt.4)C each >'
(: dared Duck Skirt-. *!1.(4)>, wrreM"jOI -
.i:ortd'Itauibry-kart! =. ,fl 1 'y). w ere $_> .V) ; TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. Hardware.NEW -
NrwV'l..1| Walking skirt.n tll *7.oii I
;;s.:.:;;:.;: ;;j.i.i "..;:::';5 ;;: ;;:! :. ] STOCK: ENAMEL PAINT. !

Ribbon Bargains. I SHOE O
t Hammocks, :Single! and Double Latest
\il C-.II..r- No. COTjiTeta; Bibb:. IKydj I lUilliam DOE niOlt i Son.Yrk. Patterns Cheap. I'
\iir.ilor-No.4nTalTm Uinb.-n! lilt yd j jYard ,
: F.irtcy Ribbon at. . .c Enamel Ware, Blue and White, Bin !stock'L : r.., I liiini-lii r* fur I .i..I l. Unit

it r25 52S2S25''c:52.:1 c5'25259 Pl.iUdtlphu and Connect-
Gt cut. R POU -
$ < ?

SOCIETY EVENTS\ I. Mes=rs. John McDavid, H. L. Cov- *

ington and Wm. Bazzell were pas- : : : : FEED, LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.OPEN rY I i"iiril."rGreat

$ ;1 senders on the east bound P. & A.
J DAY A !D MOHT. 1.i W.-l Intriiclcni-ia trt.t't.
AND train this morning.Win. .
t ; ----- *
Clearance Sale *
i. Js's25z52szs2sz5Z 2s25'25ZGt Fisher and family will leave POU & GINGLES, Managers.

next week for northern summer resorts -

H. S. Laird has: gone to Geneva, to spend the remainder of the L'1il\\I\I.:<< << :'

Aii., on a business vmt. I heated term ,

J. H. McAnnally, a railroad man W. !S.. McFarland. of Chattanooga, R. POU "ot Monday August 11th
fr.un AttU'Te, is at the Lewis Houser I saperiutendent for the Southern Express F ,

< day. Co., is hereon business; today. t ..

t '' Mi* Cora Hunt will leave next I He is at the Merchants.Miss ; e. .< FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER. XMiCONTINUING .,

'I week for Emexburg, Ma., to enter I B. Anderson from Kentucky i; W d Street. Office Phone, 31. Residence! Phone, 673.: .t

t I r' lle;e. registered;: at the Merchants: Kt-t I FOR 30 DAS =

MiKathleen Hiit-chiusou will HElliuThi: ; morning ole\: left for .......................... i W. Reinhardt, Pastor-No service
i iiv tonight for Pr.Htv 1le, Ala., toViit Mary Either for a lenstl'.y.-tay. i tomorrow. It
frit-rids.I I I This mean- General I'lfuriitg Out of ail rut '

\ A. M. Avery and family went down i ........................... 'I Christian Science.Servicesat."l2VestGregory. Now !is the time to take advauUjf of titwe .
I Wood a merchant of Quincy! I to the the! western ..
Keystr place on .
street are detenniiie.I to have a iurl t'If: .
t i I. arrived lat night for a day's bay shore today where they will be Catholic ;I at 11 a. in. All interested are invited n: fad.! and Every Urpartmeut.SPECIAL .-
a : .v in the city. the quests of Miss KatitMnitL for a St. Micliael's Oidi.-r <>f divine j! to attend. ..

1 -ervice for the summer: First. mass ,,
while.O. '
l-.tdoie Friedman !us returned
( fHtI i a. in. ; last ma* and sermon, Sahaiion Army
': .,.d t !European tour full of inter- FOR MONIJAN( :
( -IIIK taleof the fatherland. )(. :-mith and family will leave 9:30 a. m. Evening devotions, 6 Every one is cordially invited to

next wetk for northern summer retort p. m. attend the meetings at the Barrackson
o o.T.Carey atd Henry Carey oft *, It'a7iuti=s J"1.1'mith! at St. Joseph's, Rev. Robert Fullerton DeReache street. Holiness; meetIng 10 Yards of Scotch Lawns for 30c :

ll i.->". They are prospecting; in college.Mr. high mass, 8w; a. m.; benediction, meeting at 2 p. m. Salvation meetings Dotted Swi( "es in C>l"r., worth a'e. note .
W<'e-terti Florida. 7:30 p. in. night at 8 o'clock in the .. _
W. L. Morgan and family yes every I Stripe; Grenadines, worthc. BOW .. . .
l.e L ldie..' Euchre Club willI terday moved out to their beautifulnew Fptcopal.Chrit Barrack ; open air at 7 p. in. Capt. a.

I .0 .. this afternoon with the Mies Callie Holder Lieut. Edna Yates. I Egyptian Ti-ue, wl/Uh. now .. 1
I home outside the limits
jut; city lUrch-"ervict: by the
I :Mis- of :Mobile bring ollicers in charge. Black A,
IM II' Ryan Figuredwi ,
j and near the cotton oil mill. rector, Rev. P. H. Whaler, at 7:30 "* worth l't' tt.w

1 .f' nest of honor. They will reside there peruianeLtly.Mi's and 11 a. m. and 5 p. Gon|>el Meethige. ...-"

; Mrs.V.. F. Lewis has returned Kitherine's Church, corner There will be preaching this after- ..
I pittman of Mobile, who !tat YtlURX1Jt: I" "'1.1 \.r
( ; m a week delightfully; sprnton I been a gue-t of Mis, K.-biusou on Cervantes and Sixth avenue, Rev.J. noon at 5:30: at the plaza.: All are ..
''i.ackwaicr blwith the family R. Bicknell, Priest in Charge- welcome.At .
East Gregory street and Mr?. E. I
l t MrV ill Dickinson. services at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m.St. the Mission ou West Government L. FRIEDMAN & CO. :
Wafers left on the 7:15 a. m. train .
Mary's: Mission < colored). RevJ. Street '
1 T'e Mi-"es Fannie and Minnie today to visit the family of Mr. lieu -Preaching Sunday at

Kbave: tomorrow ni;.:lit for an Whidden at Gonzalez tatioii. R. Bicknell, Priest in Charge- 11 a. 111.; Bible reading at 3p.m. ;
Sunday school at 3 p. in. ; service at All are welcome to come and help WftWW'W1.1,11"Thos.
theN I }
'X:" luted itinerary through
I A letter from Capt. Jacob Kryjrer, 4 p. m. at the chapel, corner of Jackson in the good work for God. James )
t i-t'i.! -1.1.! retiiu anJ visitingriij ; .
I dated at Kansas City, August: 7, was and B streets. Printer.
and -latives. Among; __ 1 .
this : C. Watson & Co. .
received lll.ruingCapt. Kryer f
which will visit are Methodist Sf'AIllf'n'
I laiat: they Church South. \ Friend Suder)'.
reports all well and happy, and the leading Real Estate Agi-iits take IIIIIIIII
\Vi thirizton. Atlantic City, New I Gadsdentreet Church. Rev. W. The Seamen's :Friend :Society will \1E fit
would all the off the shoulder of
: possibly arrive at San Fran- worry toe l ,
i '
Q. Vreeland 1'.Htor-Service" 11 hold religious services
at at 3:3" I
ci-co nu time, which i i- at 0 o'clockthis p. m. owners of property manure tile .
'.\.MOv: 11hlfltl. t. m. and t> p. m.uuday! schoolat Sunday in their reading room on c: )g1
J afternoon. renting of their hou-e; and ti! I' C"ilection
i+:3u a. m., A. H.D'Alemberte, South Palafox street, in the Corner
l of their rents a-* con"cii"i-:
linen Hint lit S'li'Ct Fond Capt. J. C. Sauford, corps of engineers superintendent ; Epworth League at building nortn of the Scandinavian I tiously as they would tt'.em"folvll" NICK'Sa

t A ::and t't :ilthy Cauadiui take after in-pectin:; this harbor 6:11p.. m., Miss Mary Lucia Richards church Seamen and citizens of all : Their charges are very reaotabtt.Hotel c

:..ii.un* :u tMm..; bout food, and and t'curit1ri all needed information president. denominations; are invite H. C. : E
1 'W IIM gut weft by uiu'the ri.-ht preparatory to bpffiuuinz work on Palafex Street Church. Rev. J. r.Daunelly Cushman. secretary. I ... ...

*. IIf food and drink"' the plans for Pell :lcola'* J13".uOu Pastor-Services: at 11 a. ----- :i : RE TA :
; I He 1Y-, "In Nov. .ft I began: to Camden :; lie 7
f I i f- "I had Vvt-ry day and gradually :got dredge, left this morning for Jacksonville m. and s p. m. Sunday school at li. Ab

w r-e. I did not loe my appetite to take another look at fct.Sohu's !1t:3i) a. in.. J. N. Andrews, superintendent THE KING'SCORONATION r a.Y

i i.i On 1:1: contrary after hiving a good river, for which he is also, ; J. A. Avant, asi istaut. Ep- i I t.\3iinx, .\ 1.\ n.\)1 \, a
i u.. ,u I flt better, but after being at -
plans for dred f worth League at5p. m., W. I" Good ;.
t i w.rk 'rh.lp"llI hour or so I would preparing a ?: C A
Is Now
: Open to the Public
I man president. ,
tare tprriMf puns all over my H. meeting :
i S. Kiusey, Floyd Kinsey and '= DAILY MENUS :
r -y.{ I lost cou-iderable time from Wednesday at r p. m. Woman's
: my'work. -ometimej: a few hours Chas.! ; Kiusry of Selma. Ala., who Home Missionary under the managf-uieut; 'f 'M a
amt !tioinetintr two or three : have been spending some time with Society meets :;;.. C..IUI'f...r I 4

i Funlly: I went to the Winuipe? the family of Jud;e LIddon at Mari- ond.IY at 4 p. m. After some delay, caused by the I MRS. S. MIMS ::;.. Data Uh!.. a
H '-pita! f.>r a thorough t?x miinatiou : .. .
anna, came to Peusacola last ul ht BalHi"r. serious illness of King Edward of Abp ketl f t v.A" ,..
and wa told it was limply indicestloii. ,
: Cert.iinly It:1, 'simply ins ,' and stayed at the Lewis House, First Baptist Church-:Services; at England, the coronation will take ,, of Pensacola, Florida. .- i'Ladies' aa
i di;e-tiotr but I never had anything where they remained until noon today 11 a. m. and !N p. in. by the pastor, .::.
make 1\1. ft-fl ", tlr-.,. I c ln yuipi-. when they left for their home. Bev. F. Jones ; B. Y. P. U. service at place in London today, although :! RATES REASONABLE;; .:: ay
'. thize: with any one who !tH 'simply These schoolmates under not ;such grand auspice; as the I
tudige"t join: young gentlemen were 7 p. m : :Sunday; school at 9:30: a. m., By the Day Week or Month '.: I'run a
Well I draped: through the Winter of young Benjamin Liddon. E. D. Bcggs, superintendent. A cor- first time had been planned. I I c..

in about the same' condition and W. W. Watson of the new firm of dial invitation extended to all to attend Natives of Great Britain in this I I Table Furnished with the Bf-t the! .c.. Dining; J Parr' "* am
got a little better lu the Summer, ,j i i Market A&,rd*. .
but in Oct. liKK) the same old pain Green Watson & Co.. will leave: tonight these services. city show their admiration for the I a

t caste back: and I concluded I uiut for New York and eastern I'resbjierian.Firt great ruler and respect for the placeof i Public Patronage Solicited. eta: at1
.:';tinge my diet if I expected to get market to buy fall and winter stock : ae1.
I any comfort so I quit drinking tea Mr. Watson wa for quite a while Presbyterian Church, Rev. nativity by having flown from Free Sample Rm Regular Dinner D; y
and went on Postum Food Coffee Linn Walker, Pastor-:Services at their places: of business Ayhort
_ and Grape-Nuts; Breakfast Food. the buyer for W. J. & B. Forbes andis today the Hnnday Rates Made to Traveling ..
I 11 a. IH. and 8 m., by Rev. JamesD. 1 .
p. Men.
I ordered thee :articles troui the thoroughly familiar with the I national colors, the red flag of Great I thd.r- I', .
: grocer and expected to have them needs of this market. It i is therefore West of Bryan. Texas.; Sundaysclol,1 Britain being foremost.The I : hued t
for "upper, I had felt so bad that day. as usual; ,( : Bahr I
safe to that he will back : aa
say bring;; a first colors
CM course the grocer wa late in de- 'I displayed todaywas
: livetiui them ?o I (laid on a couch well selected .stock and, knowingthe Christian.CeUral from the I Entertainmentand i.I i. -
British Vice
; until they came and ate supper markets as; well as he does he Christian Church, No. 16 I J'jit 1I"l'Oftm-l._ltd r., ,
about seven p. in. After supper I will able Consul Bonar's office in Masonic a!.
be to pick splendid
up many East Romana l Street Dance
dIll what I had not done for weeks; Christian ** ..e ,,c A
before. I walked into the sitting I bargains to offer the reorle of Endeavor at 9 a. m.; Sunday temple. Nick Apoi'I.Popular a

t room, lighted my pipe and read the' Pensacola and vicinity.Mrs. school at lo a. m. ; Y. P. S. C. E. The other consulates soon had their -AIMagnolia- i
evening paper and forget I ever felt and colors flying: and Restaurar .
bad. ; C. W. Haermin, who has: meeting communion service at every ship sailing : Bluff. 1
: wondered if the old pain would been visiting; her uncle, General 11 a. t:!. under the British flag in this harboris

comeback, but it never did and William Miller at Point Washington decorated from stem to stern with Monday, August 13th, 1902, : )t 1J11JHJf U\!

rigut from the first I improved. I has returned, reporting the! Untterbaliet. numerous flag: under of }
s '1 have since worked constantly and Sunday school at 9:3) a. m.; Y. P. .
hard and have not laid off ouce on I general as much improved in C. l". at Crab nets and fishing 1
subject, "Temper St. Anthony's Branch No. 160 v
v' account of ill health and have: notr health. The general's health has I will repair 7 :ir .
r puttered once from indigestion since beeu a source of anxiety to his ance Sunday: An Onnce of Preven tackle to suit everybody, at C. K & L. 01' A. '1"llr1'| In au'-,.* '

fl that first meal of Orlre-: utl and friends for some time and all are tion." Scripture lesson, Proverb the Willis Hardware Co's. 'lpbln.
N Postum. 23:2-35, Rom. 11:17-19, Rom. 12:21 -
Ticket Inclnliu Transportation 25c
t. This letter is; the straight truth. It glad to learn of his improvement. Rom. 11:13. Prayer CONCERT AND DANCE AT t
but I don't see how Reverenced all he is; ofFlorida' every .
may belong by one MAGNOLIA BLUFF Save '
could tell my exrerience in less: old Thursday; evening All are cordially THURSDAY Moue} ;. -
-'grand men, having NIGHT. ?
Name given by Postum; invited to attend these service TRAINS AT 6,3:30 AND The purchaser of each ticket will .
Co.fpace., Battle Crock Mich.A served his country faithfully and 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT have a chance at the elegant: prize I hire at Martton A, I./
I with distinction in the There will also be handsome ,
booklet of excellent recipes in Lutheran. 11:50. TICKETS K prizes Tf
CENTS, AT I Great Furnituf-
ezthpackaeof Grape-Nuts. army and in the senate hall. German Lutheran Church, J. F. DEPOT. dancers.for tne best lady and gentleman num.

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