The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
August 11, 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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the Princess of Wales bowed and 'I ously the king himself completing the I i

EDWARD IS CROWNED 1 smiled constantly. It was not till process ft puttin gon the ring as he.thdrt' PREMIER BALFOUR AND

the king's procession lame that there \\'. ;. his hand. Later the archbishop ,

was any show of enthusiasm. Lore hal similar difficulty owing. to ,I

Kitchener. Admiral Seymour and Gen- rear-sightedness. In placing the crown

ei-l Gazelee as they rode together of on the king's head. In fact, the I

KING OF ENGLAND course came in for much attention choir started "God Save the King" THE BRITISH CABINET

:;. but they all seen)-d to look straight while! the archbishop of Canterburywas I II

ahead and pay little attention to the still striving to place the crown

I II II I people along the route. The progressof on the king's head and a great stout

I the royal cortege was attended by went up and the electric lights were

Brilliant(; Ceremonies atVestmin- : no a special slight incident accident with to LOla the exceptionof Edward turned on. King Crowned. !!!:Is_ Difficulty' 'InRe_ =arranging the

I; Pelham Clinton, one of the grooms in I ;

ster Abbey. waiting.: No harm was done him Low- A.. the acclar.ations died away the Ministry.
ever. clar.ring joy-hells, the noise of guns i I. ,. i i

I and the shouting of people outside pen- i
-- --- Procession on Continued Triumph.
I etreter; into the ajbey where the king I f

The procession was a continued tnS still sat motionless his dazzling I t i

Dally News. extremely a'nimateil. The roof of the !I S uruph ou the arrival at the abbey crown on his head ai I his scepter I I S Blond Rio Daily! News. I

:' -King IMward and palace and those of all the surrounding :I where there was a scene of unparalleled Led firt:1In\ his hand. eu't seatug y. The new cabinet BOY FALLS
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, [..ia: were crowned! init'ibey buildings were crowded with spectators enthusiasm which did not cease I After singing "Be StionV and Play li rnily. wolves the resignations of 1

shortly after noon and the constantly arriving until their majesties disappeared i n the Man," and the Bible haviX: ; been S Brides vice( president yf theb

d1. the ceremony was members of the royal family with I the annex.;: presented, the king advanced' and 'mitoation; Lord KatfantP'to 300 FEET t

ft elobaration ant their suites and the appearance of Westminster aooej the doors of Knelt while he received the beneuV'- Tb cretary to the war of
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'r .i.ay:! contemplated, it other participants in the procession that edifice were scarcely apen-d .>?'ou .A- ..'boilings, parliamentary !- -- i

,:. tht! spectacular por0 enlisted cheers varying in degree jf and the gold sticks and ushers ha 1 tion.The news of the crowning was announced secretary to the home office tendsto

enthusiasm according to the popularity barely found their stations before the ) by an official outside the ab show that Premier Balfour experiencing :pedal to The I tally New. t

iemonial was of a of the personages recognized by seats began to fill. Peers and peeresses bey. It was repeated by signal considerable difficulty and probably New Yu.". .\ i, .HIDiI ;If" hit I

,. <'," v.rati\e character and the people. swept up the nave, their scar through London and was received with obstruction as well In the rearrangement down tin sheer 11.1: ,' ..f athR la Ell"\*.

.. oustantly changing pano- Almost aa animated was the scene let and ermine ma.king'Ivld contrasts cheers which spread to stands and of the ministry which evidently wood Hubert .*< <.'r 13: Y"'"r old

th. two central figures Jn Westminster abbey, where bandso. I with the deep blue of the carpet. As crovds far up the streets as the bells! I ia still incomplete. Thereare reached the "..U..a, wtn( nn greater

,. suet robes of velvet or- music stationed about the building they arrived before the thrones they pealed Joyfully.The still many anticipated resignations I !Injuries than brnieVb he rwgained

.. .. .i>tt of gold amidst the relieved the tedium of the early wait separated, the peers going to the right queen was crowned at 12:56. and promotions. With these are his sender iuwever he was *..

.I1 s: a"nnb'age of actors thy ing, and soon after the doors were and the peeresses to the left. The departure of the king and queen connected the names of the earl of weak that lii. rrie for help did not

. .r .' whose various roles ne- ooened state carriages and automo- By 10 oclock the Interior of the abbey from the abbey was signalized by a Halsbury, Lord George Hamilton, rra( h far l.e)onlt flu- lonely cpnt la
Dues rattled up In a ceaseless IInll.i !
r'> 1 cant movement. Each As the hour appointed for the departure presented a blaze of color. Along salute the bands playing "God Save retary of state for India; It'c'l 111 'iich he taut fallen

. .". .. eremony. with its olds i : the nave every chair was taken up by the King." The entire route of their Cranborne. under secretary to the I Scott lay In the tMuhn at th hot atom
of the royal procession approached
:i. >s furnished Us quota of the excitement about Buckingham I high officials of the army and navy majesties'\ return to the palace was elgn qfflce; Gerald Balfour president of the cliff fur nearly two dais

* .... '\ "the interior of the no- palace was most marked. and others in equally handsome equip marked by scenes of enthusiasm similar of the board of trade and others who being! din)'". red finally by buy Tlwjr ,

:J td with officiating pre. Punctual to the time the advancing ment. With the other ambassadorswere to trose which greeted their passing have not yet been announced.The 3unimm.e.l aid and *ttl WM carried j

United States ambassador to the abbey. the premier has succeeded willed.l f
. .. 4-l-colored capes with guard of the royal cavalcade issued the changes home. Two doctors wets Tbey

.:>loDlats. officers and from the archway, the horses ot the Joseph H, Choate and Mrs. Choate and I In effecting excite no enthusiasm found not a bone !broken aDd express I

tate in medieval cos- many officials. I even in his own party. the 111'11/ that the boy will rw OU,. }

...rand peeresses In troopers cavorting nervously as they I The ceremonies commenced with FIRE LOSS The News dubs It "Ilalhour kal.ld> ..-- -
laced the wall of humanity that cheered -
oriental potentates re-conwration of the regalia. The scope," and the conservative 'l:1I"5tI.

.Mit. with men of Shortly their coming.afterwards came the Prince I procession clergy, with the regalia, pers are fain to confess that the cab OUR "FISHING

, 1 i.ailts' of complex- then proceeded from the alter to the inet changes are rather a reshufflingthan \ I
and Princess of"al s' procession, andfinally OF
:11" :its of the new- I annex. All present stood up and tho I $40,000l a strengthening of the ministry
after a minute his majesty's .
a mpire. with its I choir sans "0 God Our Help In Past. No striking ability has been introdiK BURGLAR" CAUGHT
carriage at the gateway and the king I J
.,.' .' -wig and wealth In Preceding the regalia came the boysof ed into the government among the
", which In and queen smiled and bowed Westminster abbey, followed by the ichiilren i new names. The admission of George
-' II ; .nure the of cheers 1'1' to The Daily News: IN MOBILE FRIDAYThe
to roar :
sad aist'nction. sponce of the chapel royal and tha I Wyndham, chIef secretary for Ireland!
-4.1 t dwarfed alt' previous wel:orr.f'i. 1u..", f I ..
dseulle 'Oa. AuI: -A fire .. '
t..t : (:..Oir IL royal m.lfonss.: ,. ml'not! z"f tr at ".''Itt ,! -- - '
scene in the vicinity was remarkable. occurred in the store of the Joseph I
Alexandria! was
"Viva :
Suddenly Austin Chamberlain as posttfliute i iI
On the roof of the palace were perched Dry Goods corner Wayne Mi.lule 'I'
shouted by the boys of Westminsterand company I general are generally welcomed but KefUi yesterday
f" :.';"4 par a number of fashionably dressed and Han"ock streets yesterday. The I I
the queen, walking slowly to the great disappointment 1 I. expressed on *ay :
"' \ Ill,,'...'! <*.a. ;. ladies, members of the household and I, her skirts stock of goods, valued at about $45.000. of London
left of the throne gathered all sides that the Marquin
'f. .....!.. !. entered the royal coach gave the, according! to W. w. Galloway, bookkeeper I 'thedice yesterday arrested a
,, i and knelt at a silken prie djeu! her derry, who is i thought to have proved a '
,I. .;.'!I''r. .. '. I! handkerchiefs as the king and queen !; train of cloth of gold bring lilted out for the company, was totally failure as postmaster general, shouldbe uegro: tamed Frank Talbot alU I

ie' '.f rt"I\aM! : IT. loot ., entered the royal coach gave their I destroyed by fire and water.
i of her way by six scarlet-coated pages. given the new and important post Clay, on advice from the mayor .-f
, vMMten ) I aFalrit for the deafening plaudits of The origin of the fire is unknown.
"Sf. Ii i e ]iii signal the I'
later of education.
Two three minutes came board
or of the
II III I ot president i Pen-ijcola that the! the
: : '. T'I' t>a.jer:! rosv'iw' the populace which greeted their majesties Westminster boys The store ha'd been closed for the day I nirr was
I I hoarse cry from the The disappearance of J. Gorst s
f. In i l\\ .,. fcj, :.a-ijH if S ha i hriu as they entered from the with blasts not longer than 10 minutes, when C. max wanted for the barfbrUiuf ,
I of "Viva Rex Diftaruus. rather regretted and U thought proic
;"1' *' '> nisi. i iti-1 'b'', wInl, he gates. The ovation was taken up by : H. Conner who does business next I which
occurred with
... ... I from trumpets. Yet there was another arty to be due to his always outspoken filch frwlusnevin |
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ro-,_ _2 -gl'.: .,.00\ 1 1I i wait. The queen waited patient- criticisms of the government that1;.c* about two months. .l o.
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closed window in the side of the building
.-- I''I 1). the organ ceased and then resumed Sonic among the new men are cm-
:: Jet and gave the alarm.11'. Joseph, A number of hull... In .'.n4.eoU
I another fanfare be but. the
thtrt was sidered to promising; on
t I litestr : i cc t r.. trim"pets and a chorus of 'Thas!" and the head of the company was less whole, the changes are thought to !><> were robbed recently uf mats TNt_
than one block away when the alarm
14; tth'ini z King II'.ward appeared and.walked sate rather than brilliant. sad troue.ra which sere U.h.iJ
V2rA. sounded and some of the clriks were
: 1 ro his chair: in tror.t of the thronowini *-. Perhaps the most remarkable an- .
; on the street near by. through window. I"um..1 the
J.ikI i I ; to the quite us he passed and pointment! I If! that of Andrew Honar
Examination made last; night indicates trseed ,.
property wi in th
1I melt in [ rayer.Aii Law as parliamentary secretary to the
L tiI that the fire started at the bundle I
) ; i r removing his some'A hate untamm :- board of trade. Mr. Law Is an Iron alhot and the thieving ceased after

r'k f 4I "' 'v. wire| his majesty stood up EtJ counttr. The most plausible theory i merchant of Glasgow; and was born the left l'eu.4eola.
"7 is that it was due to an electric lIelru H. was
I :M P { tin aici.lii.-hop ot Canterbury in & In ISoS.;; He U a son of the Kev

r r L / ,; Tr.-mliln.K voice read the recognition: wire. James Law, of New Hrunswlck. He traced to Mobile and y...trdi7llrowu
;. t. The stock of foods i is a total lo+s,
Sus I here present you King has only sat in parliament for two and Icey rounded him up. ;
( owing to damage from fire and aatar.The .'.I. the undoubted king of this injury to the building is t-light. years and has only spoken about "If e had a large trunk udvalie a .

to, rearm Then there was a hoarse twice since he was elected ; but upon I
f'i The company carried insurance in hlA liou" 81 Cedar sad I
shunt and the blending l of the chcni these occasions he revealed great Intellectual .

.. : a a lft s:, I w t and 'hi 1'1'0women: and men, in amounting to $32.: Wi. distributed power. He is a man of I CoDtre, In the valise ww a
I several companies.For .
ri fur ?'y God save King Edward! among good business capacity, but bf-lng number of flue NOIU of clothes aii.1lirt" 1
awhile! adjacent buildings
ocruied -
t Sev'al: times this was repeated and only a business man and without powerful
[ bj C II. } JIlnf'r. groceries; and and several mcktt kulre t
tin ah''."> rang with loud lacfares.Aiuin connections, his choice for the
whl!'U>'. and Joseph i tall)', were in The '
the king and queen knelt ottice allotted! him by the Tory premier police will hold him her, a*
innnsTt danger: If either of these hal
r ana the archbishop of Canterbury is considered unusual: if not sur they have evidence that this Ulr.1 '
i caught fire it i is likely the entire block
il1ti' I walk* to the altar and commenced the prising. It is fully expected that further had heeu I
would have burned eratlax In1..bU.; and 1
4 I CO .lDJUUlOn."hjJ the gospel wa changes in the cabinet will b"

4, jf being read the king: stooj erect. .cup T made during the autumn session of think he i' the man who has b".o ,

y ported on each side by the bishops in NECK parliament. doing a great deal of the robbery .

their heavily embroidered capes BROKENWITH !In response to a question put by here lately. An Eugllrh.bnlllug: D'

John G. Butcher conservative member
; 9.. Administration of the Oath. SHOT date i.f 171, evidently it lack piece. '
sw of the house ot commons, legarrt:
I During the binding of the croC t1 a.I ing the advisability of appointing a was IImOlIlj the otuil found ou the
I family turned -- i
the members of the royal
rt i member of the royal family to be vi-e negro. He ha already been
; d eastward. Doth King Edward and I connected
tb i I .Special to The Daily News: I II I roy of Ireland, with a permanent real!
Queen Alexandra followed the services! : with two burglar.* and
I denfe there. Premier lUlfour said
t t: I carefully. The administration of tha I Mobile Ala.:. Aug !S..!:A special to
such might ; be Policeman Relit hat ti the
: that a step possibly advisable says negrn
> t j
The from Coden
I Register brings
1 ry Standing before the news
-\ oath followed. but that it would entail .
,; : prolonged whom he shot one IIllht 1t.W :
of the about
clair the archbishop remarked killing a mile from Del
Is t' king's; : controversies and a new act
1 "S.r is your majesty willing to take champs on the Mobile and Bay Shore while trying to enter a !hnu.*. 1
&. : !i ot parliament and it. therefore, cannot
: answered railroad of a negro named William
oath? The king infirm
G be carried out at the .
toI I '- ..11'__"._.. ........ I, strong tone: "I am willing" Ellis by J. G. Cleveland The killing ; present mment. >

the troops began ALEXANDRA I his replies being easily heard was done with buckshot from a double! i STOLEN WATCH
i .ii 1 fitted stations and QUEEN
high in the triferum near the roof barreled gun. Cleveland met the negro -
up i
the route of the pro and wa repeated and acknowledgedby II Then the inkstand wag brought! and in the road and asked him If he HEBREW-AMERICAN RECOVERED TODAY

I! .,'kingtam palace to the occupants of the state coach. the oath. hai threatened to kill him Ellis i
the king: signed
.'>e> Up to 7 o'clock The king looked pale and rather fine I After the archbishop's annouintin said ")'t's." at the same time drawinga 1 Followlnzupa previously obtain

.a.nly more police than drawn and was by no means as brown prayer a gold canopy was thrown over revolver and snapping it at Cleve I REGIMENT I eJ clue, I"hf'rll! Smith aud Special ,

> .r. but after that time and robust as previous reports had the kings chair, and his majesty divested land. The pistol failed to fire, when Officer Hay this morning recovered .

'II; ; Itrreasllln the num. led one to expect and while bowing himself of his outer robe and Cleveland reached down In his buggy

' .i: >rSuburban trains from side to side he did so with agravity I then walked to the ancient chair while and got his gun and killed, the negro, I Special to The Daily News: a watch alleged to have been stolen

: jtemptied thousands: unusual to him. He the first load of buckshot by Tulbp.rt.
very anthem. The an-
the choir sang an New Ybrk/Aug": 9-As a result 'of
a "'''n few minutes into the seemed to sit rather far back In the his neck. s-
nointlng ceremony was scarcely seen the riot at the funeral of Rabbi Joseph
ttar, -ct to the procession's: and moved ha! body very
carriage, ow!In; to the canopy. After the prayer a movement started several Duality i i. what makes. price. If

little: donned the coloblum sJn- Foley's Kidney Cure is a medicine Burr.ttfi Vanilla Ettrict
the kIng months ago for the organization of a wa bo better
E--.j London residents also Radiant free from poisons and will I
Was cure
! "Htwud In such numbers Quen deals then resumed his beat and froma case of kidney disease that is any not II Hebrew-American regiment in thIs than other extract its price would 4 ;

., rroet* west of Temple Barf The queen, beside him. was radiant scarlet silken roll on which the beyond the reach of medicine. W. city has received a new impetus. Four be the same lace tried, alwiri !

She never looked better. prayers were printed in large type and A. D'Alemberte 121 S Palafox st. hundred members already have been u*(d. I
pr** ively silent and desert ,
were of Westminster -- ---- '
", The three royal processions which was held by the dean secured. t

I'hc carried out according to programs and the archbishop of C&nterbuty TO THE BENEVOLENT. Crab nets and /Ishing\
striking features of tie! tirstt.o read the prayers and delivered the Big Property Increase.
the only tackle
'", principal: centers of inter suit everybody at '
the gorgeous state of carriages sword to the king who did rot go to Dalton Ga., Aug. 9-Taa Receiver ,
t' !it "arse the iUrtltg point! of thery' were The poor in oar midst are needingaid. the Willis Hardware Co's.
and Uiea to
the sword being filed
and the beautiful trappings the altar L. W. Thomason has hU reportof

1llr.t. Crowds assembled I horses. I him by the dean of WestmInster while Let those who can, send moneyto the taxable property of Whitfleld ,
: U.Int'UoJ numbers, and the1y The crowd paid but little attentionto his majesty remained itaadlng. The county. The returns show an Increase DANCE AT' 1
*"r cheer of the day United Charities or hand to
went up the occupants of the vehicles in armlla and the orb were then delivered me. of 1144.377 over last year. The MAGNOLIA BLUFF THCJWDAVNIOHT.

K"t- ,* new a waj circulated that the last carriage of the first procesetda! ,. to the king, according to the pro J. 3!. DAN N ELLY, aggregate taxes for 1902 U 13.328,947. TRAINS AT H, 9::3IASD t
nrd was in the best of
Prussia, on the : Then the king held out tie 9 LAHT TRAIN
t' Prince Henry, gram. RETURN AT
,'-.d '\\ ei. quipped to undergo rat archbishop of Foley's Honey Tar MEAT & MALT bas a marvelous: : t
". '. back seat, but he wa so occupiedwith .! hand for the rln; the and 11:50. TICKETH 25 CENTs: AT
of the <
.IIS day.Animated talking to the Duke of Sparta Canterbury had difficulty In getting It. cures colds, prevents pneumonia.Try dietetic value. While refreshing and DEPOT. .

Scene. that he seemed not to notice the but finally, with tr mblln& hands, he pleasant to take, it helps assimilation -
Wales also it on the tip of hs! maje ty's THE NEWS Want column ; it of food. Sold byDAXXHEISriER
Prince of placed
i>' .0C;' the scene in the vl- crowds. The I Know On ,.nr.
HnAj 1
'.ie palace; : and th@ Hall was: teenltd jery Iadiffercnt/io4! stoJU. bat nUt"T. tU lU.JSJ rallLrnLuI j .& swill pay yoa 4-1 EROS I.f U oUCuU colt.. is: says ii &I'.r tlr.ast


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lenders Resignation to President

1 I James L. Dickey. Do not always receive the sympathy and attention "1\.h*$ Vs .:sA

THE CHAIRMAN AND WORKING MEMBER OF THE Atlanta Aug. 9.-Proiweor! Andrew they deserve. Their ailments are regarded a* T-at.i -' 1!

RAILROAD COMMISSION ANNOUNCES HIS tl.I b.edd. of nxory college, whose articleon imaginary, or natural and unavoidable at the :r f"f ,...t.rI

the negro question in the July issue I life Disease and infirmity should not always ..-.. .

PURPOSES AND PLATFORM. of The Atlantic Monthly Magazine -I ated with old age. The eye of the gray haiml !-4'k/,.

I brought forth so many harsh crit may be as bright and the complexion as fair as ay v( 7, il
:Jht Necessity of Placing Upon the Commliiion at Lent One Man Who Has icisms, yesterday morning tendered his younger and more vigorous companions

Had Some Practical of Railroad Technicalities That A
Experience CONTRAST | his resignation: as professor of Latinto Good Blood Is tho secret healthy old ago,

Necessity Recognized by His Opponent President James E. Dickey. and controls every part of the body, strengthens tilt !.. 1

TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: I Of the face of a healthful woman with i The resignation comes as a result muscles elastic and supple, the bones strong and the !' t

Having failed to receive in the recent primary election a sufficient the face of one who is sick proves that I I of the attacks that have been made : this life fluid is polluted or poisoned and IOM.S its nut :'t. '

number of votes to nominate me for the position of Railroad Commissioner quite often a sad face is a sick face.I on Professor Sledd. In his letter to ing elements then there is a rapid decline of the ;

I have decided to again submit my case to tha people In the second primary, Many a woman has credit for a sunny President Dickey he states that he has in premature old age and disease. Any derangement i.j :

Auguct 12th. i disposition who would soon be sad efface I I been misrepresented but fearing that shows itself in an ulcer, sore, wart, tumor or somr '
and irritable of temper if she had to the and rheumatic and .
growth body neuralgic
been misunderstood I the faculty of Emory upon i' i
Feeling that my position has perhaps possibly endure the womanly ills which lJanyofher his remaining on u
misrepresented take this means of setting myself right with the j sex have borne for years.. may cause the college: embarrassment constant, accompanied with poor digestion and cld txt-

public, both as to my relations to the railroad corporations of the State and Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescriptioncures in consequence of the light in S. S. S. Lying puulyrxtU!,'.. .

to the Railroad Commission, of which I hue for nearly four years been thai the diseases which are the source which he has been placed, he feelsit best blood purifier for old l>r(>l>:< .\\ .'
: of so much pain and suffering :o women.It or hurt the system like the! ttrnn,
active member.It his duty to resign.
i Chairman and most establishes regularity, dries 'debilitating but gently and thoroughly .
has been Bald of me that I have been a railroad man. That is true. drains, heals inflammation and ul- i Professor Sledd leaves the time for stimulates the debilitated crj: r>

Were it not true. I never should have accepted a position upon a Commission ceration and cures female weakness. the resignation to go into effect to the ailments disappear S. S. S. is just such a'a- ,

which must necessarily deal exclusively with the intricate problems I Mrs. Cornelia Henson of Coattcn. Boyd Co.. discretion of the college authorities, improve a weak digestion and tone up the Stomach III
where practical acquaintance with those problems KjrwntK. "In October 18X9 1 gave birth to a but suggests September 15. This is
of transportation, and a baby and the treatment I received at the hand tary taint, or the remains of some disease ntraitnl in .
la absolutely essential to efficiency. It is not true, however, that I am in of the midwifr left me with falling of the uterus. done. it is understood for the reason will search it out and remove every vestige of it firm tl.< -
r with the railroads or that the corporate interests of the state de. I had no to speak of for three }'url. I that he is now at the head of the summer
sympathy had an+fner baby which was the third child. My Write us fully about your case and let our ph v M' .ji.:

sire my retention on the commission. I, hrslt'tegan worn to out fail I and had I found myself corapKifly school and is preparing many you. This will cost you nothing, and we will ra.til fit .
so and .
Some of my opponents have taken the ground that the railroads fear ,, aches my life was a burden to me many and pains also to all boys to enter at the opening of the fall! -nd skin diseases. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY Ai' '_

the Commission and desire to see it done away with. They also proves could the family not .ICT. for?.I was Had nervous lour doctors and cross come to and we I term. If he were to leave at this L-

upon the assumption that the Commission is of little or no value to the V" me but at last found I was slowly dyin?. The I time they would be put to great incon Many persons in this community Rubber hose :
i.the ,
doctors said ,
I had -
liver lun"and uterine I .
.. pie. Hut these gentlemen assume too much and prove too little.'t ls I was in bed for months and when I did get op I venience. are suffering from kidney cnmpliint .
obvious that if the Railroad Commission be an empty farce, the co orations was a sigH to behol.l I looked file a corpse who could avoid fatal re='ilt' hv tI*- Willis hard ring

would have little reason to fear its operations and less to ei .ti walking Pierre's Favorite about I comm"t-ced. 'Golden to take Medical Doctor Test Made of Electrical Signals. Foley's Kidney; l'tlrp.V.. A. 1 pylly-HtibAin 11'Il' .

discontinuance It the Commission has in any way aroused t i,, Jh-covtry' and 'PelltFar;, d ever since then I New York Aug. 9.-Officials of thJXe'll' D'AIembertP. S. P.ilafox._ %nd nakt**-,", 1' ,: ,
j.ave been a well woman. J have suffered all a York Central railroad have madea I
cism of the corporations. it must necessarily have been of t vomancoutJ.utferatmv ,
... I S srj ""onlhly period until
:.1" the community uce I bt-gan the UMT.rf I)r. Pierce's mcdipneo. complete test of the recently] inverted Pocket cutlery and scissors You will hav.; j r. \ ,
eat. now I can say J' nave no pain. The dark of electric signals in engine dower ;garden- : town
- Nevertelsss we are now given to understand that the F'' circles around my ev'?s are going away and I feel system from the tinest to the I ground.! \' '

."" mission needs new men and new methods: and that while it has is.m white Cry, is",'"t,y before My cheek it was are as red yellow and my asaffron. cabs, which are intended to prevent cheapest at the \\\'illis\\ \ :1 home, and tthough i. .
." ('o1li ins. It is to be the intentionof
: sufficiently strong to antagonize the railroads the one active rrj / I t.e III.'.' '
body should be retired. Accept).':J substitute for" Favorite Pre- the officials if the system shall Hardware Co. \I r'very woman w .

:t scnptioi! there is nothing just as good prove of practical use. to install the j I Awn, and if "ltw t .
,t As a practical railroad man of twenty-six years expe: for its_ek: and sick :
: women. : signal 1 on all\ locomotives passng :UIJWII.I-a\". I Thus. C. WatHoaload .\.
tined HI savin? that I am the only ra >mber of the RomaTrait. ".> Pierce's
j. r Pleasant Pellets are easy throuah the Park avenue tunnel. i I in..' J'.eil: 1.- .
The uiider5irnnltat''lM'tii(-rhod'l I
., .il kmmledge of the problems with which that ( | and pleasant to take. A most effective I iI 1tr..riu."her can egos h.-r "w
tal in the intrt of the public And so far from do -"!ring n.. ,,,I. O. f IdXatuc.HANGING. I > -ervlcea.: .11|
I Knox Ccunty Democrats Win. flrs'-jliss licensed midwife, h'lV-1| ){;e.
board the interests of Florida have anti' II
corporate pvervthisj to gain!: 'h- I had
I Knoxville Tenn.. \ug. 9.-The entire lug X years experience.|
ing to !line by the defeat of the only member ot the 'orami-jion who! AT WAR E-NTON. j Democratic tkktt was eiorted in I Can give be-t of refers" re* from! Buy a nee ,
knout their business, understands the tricks of their trade and wl.o t cua leading ph.v.ciin: of thisicitv.MKS. I
Knox county by majorities ranging i from the J it Wi' -
meet them on their own ground. I : M. (i\llIH
Jesse Gibson Executed For Assaultinga from If)" to 1.5'tO. This is tho first
114 -
South DfVdln
That my views upon this point are shared hv others is shown tho "t
Little Girl. I i time in the history of the county when 'oJul7.w
following smnifirant: proposition, which was made me in JacKs-mulle shortly \Varronton. Oa., Aug t*.-Jesse (Jib- the fill! ticktt was elected. On.r

al'Nr the primary ell'l.tiun.lItn it was supposed that would nut enter son, negro, was hanged in the ruin.I! two Democrats have at times !h'.. n .
the *" ,'itiui primary : DR.MOPFfTT'S CCe! aI
ty jail her yesterday morning at 10r.f: > eierted.! but the county bas always -
I was upon that occasion given to understand that the committed '.I. f'"
as prospective o'clock for an as :ault en been considered safely Hepuliiu !

members of the new Commission knew more of politics than railroading.. the little S-year-oId daughter of Mr. ..JE( ,.. ... -

they were anxious to have me remain with them as secretary. That if Bartow Bacon on the morning of June ---.f\iI\,1..r.J".! \ 'It -51 !

I would accept they would in the next legislature secure the passage of a 20, jut six weeks ago. I A World Wide Reputation. I 61 : ) (TEETHING ) AIre:

bill increasing: the salary attached to that position from $1,200 to $2,500 a : Gibson was brought in from the Mat Chamberlain1! Colic, Cholera and.!: : 'It) Costs Only: 25 cents at Drafts "! ,
year I Icon jail where he has been for safe- ; Uiarrhi-i: Rpinedy lias a world wide ,j i I II
.; ;,:;k ijJtr mail 25 rata to C. J. MOFFCTT. M. 0 ST !k.
, And I now take the opportunity of informing thosa gentlemen that if ke-pin: late Thursday evening bySheriff reputation for its cure. It never \

they wish to foiut upon the people of Florida a Railroad Commission soIntL'II Robinson. anJ a guard: was fails' and i I.* pleasant and saf'to' take. W.. hare han.llf.1 I>r M.iflrtt'i TKF.THINA iTn1anl thing Pa- 10"r .. ". '. '
For sale by all drujj- i-u and deal. tree as. .''''Prlr'M) ni'-li :rer 1 "ir u.t- ret hi' ,'..II. In ..-a I I'
i I..nt that it fears to stand ; ... .
aloiuthry eon do s>o; but that I will never placed over him."tTot. rt n-.h1lD.Ir'.lor.-r'r' 'r "oj" : '. '
er;. m >th..-.1u---u.r.. I, th. ," .. ..
> t. v > > ii ".u. it..a.- .t.
a party to the Imposition It my st'nlces-If my experience and knowledge I -o the death watch and those about !i bot BUD aruereim.s.0gmtkiyit (ruutltrc in, I.-.ti.t..e, ',_
I .if the railroad businpi's-arf' t(:, be utilized upon the Railroad Co'n- him he stoutly denied his guilty and -- --- --- II I I: THt 1.VM\U S H.I: 0"" I "

mission In the tuture. as they have in the past it will be because my election on the scaffold repeated Cue assertion.He The finest line of innorella in the'
I I city i is at J. I. Stephens'. Go look ,
i hy the people, and not because, my acceptance of a subordinate position I- said lie was ready to .go. but that them. I II .. ..,
at i I'" vntiIII.'IIH
, at the of men who. in making it. confess their inability to dis- he regretted being hanged for a. prim- I j I i iI i BOYS and GIRLS !1 ,* .III' .

J charge the duti. s they hope to persuade the people to confide to their u" "
keeping j of which he was innocent.his ,
{best mi our "Bljeine. I" IT rmt. i'r>nirnl'ni>'i mi all ab. .\i i. i <
wish the
If you very hot.,rhnld KVlT\ l ... .. .
1 :, body was offered to his family UM Indy IV ill-lllT'llt'1! r n III '
mu| aster you ever used tu (! aa : U .it> i, .in\ 1..f.- >.
>i.i 1'
I In one sense of the word thin offer is a compliment to myself but it i but was rf'tuscd, and grave was pre. I ice cream freezer a.t the L'erll -0.... on.. vU and.. will rend hi r. nun 'nun" ..r .. I. n e n..., i
Is also an Insult to the of W bIll you have Mild them! r.1 urn Mir.. 'Mr (, i'iilmi., I.h
Intelligence the people of Florida: and I shoal: I. pared! and the body buried by order of I lowest price, the Willis -ion I>o u.'t del,.'. but a rl ..u. .

h. loath to believe that the democratic electors of this State would Incomerattlrv the sheriff. Hardware Co. can please Adrlrree, (J-rAN >MMrJ-U'J U1.\(. ( CI IU pt. C' is It. ,
I to any such scheme by giving their votes to a candidate who is .

not willing! but anxious to accept u position be is incompetent to fill,. I Will Bore For Oil. you. _

and who oaks to conceal his shortcomings ben ath the experience of an- < Knoxville;;. 9.-The East Trn.i !j We will 1'tULder your spreads for ? '

tit h, r | ncssee Oil Pipe Line company, recentj 116 I Ctut' each and make them boa Turn al tIle sidfj'o

I has- my claim to the satfri rs of the people! not upon glittering;; i ly organized by local: capitalists i.. I like ijw. [Star Laundry. 11

r geis'ralttie not upon political or lass prejudices, but upon my past record preparing to bore for oil near Coal I 7I '
i ai.d mv promise of future usefulness. i i Creek. Work will begin in a very ( 1 and secure (the most dclfcious; r > '
Water coolers that do not f
That the Commission has not been inefficient in the part is shown by few days and a "strike" is confidently of beer yet produced in AM
\ waste ice at the Willis
thr following points soured against the railroad\ : expected. In the vicinity of Clintoa ,

The reduction, of 5 cents per crate vegetables s between Miami aniJacksonville. : Tenn.. 20 miles\ west of this city, :,I Hardware Co.'s. lie drinks bcstullo uiks/iii

forced from the Fast Coast Railway and made effective September agents for several oil companies ar-i:I i J

I.1i(1 liy virtue of an aure-ment with Vice President J. R Parrott ,, securing options on lands for oil pur- \VJ;J'JLY P CIIBDULJi '' J' {

huh asn-rment was broken by the publication of the concession inan po,,,-,,. It ie !believed! Clinton is in I t I FOR STEAM: DIVISION i "')1 All 1'.\L t Beer i.s' heewtd front it .eprainlt!

rii-t ('oast paper shortly before the primary election. This reduction the midst of ,,'hat1J1 pro\e a gool''' J malt malted! innrriirdarnr with the li '>t Onods. '

means at least $45.000 a year saved the East Coast truckers. i, oil center l''' S.COL.tIEl."l Hie natMI-'L i i'ti Our !laps are ttu' l'sf that fiKim, ( m J'MH-

The nei'uring of the change in class flcation\ by which cantaloupeswere RAILWAY COMPANY | ?) PAI3ST IIKRU'ING CO.

rai'l h* melons, instead of vegetables and the raising of the Georgia A YOU 'G LADY'S LIFE SAVED. Trains leave 1''n"acola for the Littulisyou -r -rr
melon rate to equalize the difference of 3.1 per cent hitherto existing ii I, -- Big( r ring ton, N UJ tan

fan Hr ?hr Georgia melon growers the following extract from a letter At Panama, Colombia by Chamberlain'sColic and tort Earrancas at A I ,-<

written b>' Vice Preii.IfCt! J D. ::Stiingfellow of the Gainesville Melon Cholera and Diarrhoea i;1 i.fn a.m.arrive at Kort Harrirac TIt a." '
10Hi a. m.arrive at Fort Knrrancaa 10u>&.D
Cruuer A iwiation. ells the story: Remedy. 1eap.m.arrive at Kort Harrancai lUSpa

This is prartlcaJthi'! rate we asked for and which the railroads Ir. 'ha H. I'tter, a e:15p.marrlveatFort 8.SO p. in. arrive at Fort" Karraacai Barrancas iiap TUOpo u I I FINE WINES. LIQUORS( { I ETr(

fieclare.1 their of I'anamu. Colombia ina arrive at Fort Karrancai ,
inability to make. Tnus you succeeded where we failed ut- 'ri:11\J p.m. 8up.a: ,
terly. Th reduction in cantaloupes by above change in ratl'8S about Sill recent letter -.tat..-: "Irl; -t March ;{ cola Trains at leave Fort Harrancaa Penis |

per minimum car of 400 packages There I hail us u r aunt a snug l.iJy.ix- '
about 100 FRIEDMAN.
are cars of canta- 7:15 a m. arrive at Pensacola ..... :Ota, D S. A.
IOUIM'S.hipped from Gainesville; yearly, PO that the growers here have teen yeitr of age, who! had a"ery llnu p m. arrive at Penfeacola..11.46
m.llrrlve at Pen8acola.._. :
saved about 6000. I suppose the growers of the state have saved bad attack: of -eatery. Everything &2'Mp.:'*! p m arrive at Penbacola .. 2:45pu..tIi c P O. BOX IIH. 11I.t.l.tli.V -
about $26,000 annually by this reduc tion." I prescribed for her proved 111- I 7:0i p. m. arrive at HeDacu.a...._. TU p,
"11:46 p. m. arrive feaiaoola_ i:1IiI: pBaturdalI BF4BEFOKWECK -
The" reduction on freight rates on fertilizers which-to cite a single ellectu and -he was growing wore 0 only

tnstanioIs estimated to have saved the farmers of Desots; County alone avery Jmur. Her parents wereure : DAT8

$20,000 in a single year. -he would die. She had become ,*0. I'eDiaoola; to Yon Karrancaa and retarD KMFensacola !
weak that he could not turn over in to Navy Yard and return_ INTentaoola
of the differences! between the Tampa Steamship: bed.Vhat to do :at this critical to Palmetto Beach and recrlllDt i

Co. of TamiM and Mobile, and the Plant Astern and F. C. & P. railroadsa moment WH a study for me, but I ]I SUNDAYCHrDUD!. |

typical rase. in which. by means of unjust discriminations the railroads: I I thought of Chamberlain's Colic. 1 When weather permits the running 0' .-

were r.ipidi forcing the Steamship company to the wall. The victory of '''Choltraaud I Diarrhoea H..II1E'daud open coHclifs. '
li 'aV( Feniaoo'a. LT Fort Karraa-:
the Commission in this instance gave Tampa and its tributary territory a .I. a last re*ort pre-ctib'd It: The v a. m. 10 *. M. tICIKE&CO.
competing line and cheaper rates. mo-t wonderful re-tilt wa. etlec'ed. : 11 I. m. I! m
Within eight h.1urhe was feeling 1p.m. < p.m. tion of suitable depots at the following points: Ip.m ep.m. i iI {
'much better ; inside of three diy=
Lake City Bluff Springs Cottondale, Archer and Arcadia. -he wa- upon her feet and at the end 4 p.p. m m p.m.t a>. i! Plumber Gas and Steam fitter

\\hpr. it is 1'tbt known the w--rk of the\ Railroad!! Commission! is best of on1 week was f'UUrt'Iwell.' For o p. m. 'p.rn. ,

appreciated For example, there is sarcely a merchant in Tallahassee who -ae Ly all dru.'ii-ts and medicine 1; e p. m p. m.

has not at some time sought and secured relief at its hands. dealer-. i 1 eniacola to rant or*.Loft Hansi 1C'DAI cal ;live No. & South Pr 1atox Street
The same relief is ready for tl! lard aad rftcra _
who choose tt
to '
a1'plThe' Commission -
All Kinds and (Far FU'iD'faMrililt
oi: Plumbing ; Keyt
is t'flUIOCII to l>!niuo h* cb aaa i
always in sesson.J ; The MHII In lie Moon.
Hurt.-__ Id "'I<'IIt,PHnNIo1 RI5: rat'd4av'.1 A ILA.A.
f Ami 'nitration of the Ooinm.ssion's:! value to the people may: be cited Life, whether vegetable or animal asw Nt rp"tabt: stvsdaft..eaa"era -- -
th. T..I.HHIIK; iiaraaraph from the know it. ct-rtaiiily cannot exist tinder -
ot the Ho:!. Telfair! Stockton,
ghost tion.irai'i.n 6'eti..!s .rate ellaii'. from Dmal County was so bitterly I lunar couUitiou, says the London GI'tII.: :: KKIIMM:: $CUtIH'J.l-: : MAv-er3T1

contested by the Railroad corporations: Mail. The alternations a long day .
"I believe that the State of conidemblyer :;/M hours' duration Following ia; tlie -cH dnle 'f tie
Railroad Commi '.
:; ion hs been of inealcuUbl
benefit to the State. : with a night of similar leiiJth.aetotiipanied {OVf'rnmf'nttampr, General 1 French ,. .
and especially: has Duvl ST:( ( ;'; OK TH AvERY: V t rLi'I.-
the action of tHe Commission In county been benefited by by chanses from extra- which THE NKWS; print for the

and forcing Railroad stopping discrimination between shippers MMiuat! to its antxlo! of cold benefit of the tiierchanti whohip IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
Companies to cease: their discriminates against Jacksonville :: their good* to thf-! various: army
would all render all earthly life 1mpu -
in favor of me ,
points outside the State, and to give Jacksonville po'ts; :
the advantage
over Savannah and other points outside the State to which/ its location entitles in freight rates even here the ndiptntiiiity: of lifto Leaves KarranCBS.. .......... 7:5" a. m.
us. whereby the wholesale business of Jacksonville mot extreme omditions null it Leaves Pickens .... ._ >-:isi ia. mLeaves .
within three years after such act on by the Commission ( may llarranca- ...-_ :ti: a, m. '
I' than 700 per cent. Increased more l>e believed that after all organic; life Loaves 1'.npl\'ola. ... ... ...10:158. m. Iron, Nails Axe Shovel I Iii. Saw Mill 1 and 4rn ei
may have found a congenial how in Arrives! Kurranc-n II:10 a. m. and thenmakes I I Supplies. Cooking and Heating Stove-j. P.ilnl/ '
My platform be summed I a trip to Fort 11c/ee and tnn I
may in returns -,
up a few
very words: our "lamp of ni;:ht"It to L'arrancas.Leavee i Window (;la-s. (Gun;, fncols and F(.fllul T. 'k
am a practical man. and I am running on my record-the record of -- Rarranesi l.t:. p. m. tlloil
} whose Needs a Tonic. i Agate and Tinware ana Honsefurnisliini < : (
man technical! experience uf the transportation Leaves Kickcns 1;:1i p, m. .
business was not ... ...
; acquired fmm There Leave tVn-Hculit 4:: hooks hut from are tun's wheu liveraeeda
practical! your ''
experience. tvavesPickens .. l
i I am opposed to all secret rentes or discrimination a tonic. Don't give purgatives ; Arrives Harrancm S::a) p. Ill. and make '
!, Sons or plat <-b in favor of ner- that tripe and weaken. DeWitt'- :rlp to McK<>e and return. Revere Giant "Stitched Belting. Northampton F'

t' I favor the Little Early Rner expel all poi-ou Ou Wedue dap and :;aturd1Y the Wheel Co., Iftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson .
reduction of freight and passenger rates as rapidly as 1 from the system and act as tonic to boat wi'l l leave Barrancas via Pick- omiue, Iron King and Buck stoves and .anjf--. vVCoups
" It can be legally brought about. But I am not in favor of promising more the livt-r. W. ::eott. 531 Highland: !,I jn'" for PensacoJa at (5:31J p. m. & Co.'* Raw Hide Lace Leather, Ma- .'

I than I. or any man can perform. :ave.. Milton! Pa ;:'1\'* : "I have ] Tbe General French H for army Made Railroad Color
I favor such differential carried DeWitf Little I purpose* only aud any out-ider mu=t
rates ail will permit the shipment Early Riser I j
cf Masonic cn11
, FloriJa! Temple. Nen
products through Florida ports, and render unnecessary their with me for several years and would' Gave a pu-s from the quartermastero j |y
'1 from the ports of adjoining states shipment not be without them.." mall and | take pufUfTfc oj her.

'It favor such additional e-y' to take. Purely nlCet ible.1{ I GOIDPAl
as will strengthen the hands of Tney never ?npe or ditre?=. HarI w. B. WRIGHT ,
the Railroad Commission. STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE ;
> enlarge its field of action and multiply*' oppor .:Phirmacy I John r-lieppard, riiduey '
tunities for usefulness

1 I beheve that with practical] Kdhn. ,I \ J.W[ MANUFACTURERS>D VKA!-' *
nvn rather ,'
profe signal politicians! CONCERT Between Pensacola ami Milton-Iloat .L
members this CommIssion may '..- of AND DANCE ATI 1 ,
of HorUa. and upon that belief is based. incalculable the candidacy: benefit of to the people MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY i i tuna Daily Iippi Snriilajr. f-- :- .-= ; r LUMBER LATHS,

Tallahasfr:: Fla.! July 31. 1902 HENRY E. DAY NIGHT. TRAINS AT&: f:8n AND "CITY OF TAMPA." I ; J\l. 1' C h

; Foletr's :'Milton .. Olam LvP -Efacol8.IrFm I r vi.jSA WED CYPRESS
B ANN E R s Kidney Cure 11:50. TICKETS CE To'-\T .. .s.LLU
: '
__ _AL.yEjihomcsr \r Ptn. ool8.S>;: iarn Ar iliHon.. 5:"ipm'' :

i, >e<:Unc3 :..o in :h.orl19 makes iJdccys ard hliiccr riglit.: DEPOT. i Fare, *' : Round trJP.Ilw. 1t I j J- PENHACOLA FLAt

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p.- .... <;. ....".. __.--.rl"r. .". ."' -"" -j1...; "' :< ,'. :' :::;. ..._J.. ..iIIr.4i..M".' .. -IIIP. ._ l R3" ..J Q'f><-" .,.".J 4 .- I.t I.-' ;... '<


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Nasal 6IiI \ I I Slow Starvationis

Georgia Outlaw Rivals! Tracey In His :(
'' ( niuniuuil l-i MimicVcr..
CATARRH Deeds! cf Daring.
1:. :1' Aui-irui Hf4iSjii icom\\ AB'CSOHEMIAN
..tIC ', Waynesboro, Ga., Aug. 8.-Charley IJpffcoat. I the fate of sufferers from dyspepsia and indigeillon.
mad tV : '1. t of v ',illl'b'h! will
I > alias Charley Johnson has _ If your food remains undigested it can't build up the

:'' .'.11 at!... '.. .\tl\i I.' vicst Icrts In mimic I created a lot of excitement in Burke bed}. In fact, it does actual damage by decaying in the

I u .it' I l.olt AilL.ii: CoLglan will be cbunty! during the rat two weeloi. 1t24i stomach and poisoning the system.KODOL .

il! M.cLti, >n vOi;.maiuL The ICeardTf Several posses have been &cov.ring i. :

7\ I, : \. i.1 tu thc Ii... -ill.:;). T'av other country for him but to no sucits. rxlieaiI Digests
I I' '
L4itdesl.I"5 i.u: ,' .I,,+TS \\i\\\ include : Jtffcoat or Johnson belongs to a What You Eat.

'4 Into the r.ostr.'s: .ead the AUbaU'u, ilasacLusitts, I'.iook- : Pure Pale and Sparkling. Bottled I g1ng of horse; thieves who have their (

.1 n a ....r!*J. U iiu- I: lyn Olympin, Montgomery I'antuor' Only at the Brewery in St. Louis. headquarters in the EJisto river ii' i'' ) Kodol is the sensible remedy. By digesting what you

i'. It i U Dot flrjrin::-<'oes V s.r\/ eat it strengthens the body and at the same time rest*'
S. C. Ills cu;
I i swamp near Aiken.
:Ijt'ft$.ze.:ill eenu at I>ru;;. SOLD EVERYWHERE. ; ,\ \ pc1 the stomach. This rest soon restores perfect health.

.4 ... S-,/.-, :')cict by ma... torn, was to steal horses in Burke. I Ij \\'i Cathartics and stimulants only rench the symptoms.

...I: .4> W;>rreu Stre.t. tW York -- Emanuel Screen and Johnson cou.1j Kodol cures. It is Natures tonic.
: : j j ties Georgia.. and get across the river Fire years ago a disease the doctors called dyspepsia took such a hold ou me that I could I
--- \ ...- rald Duke Vbditnir. is' tourins the with them. He has been lone sue'pect- val'l.'t'ly go. I took quantities of pepsin and other medicine but niching helped me. As a|
rntti'il Statc,.. baring entire.1 this I drowning man grispsat a straw I grabbed at KudnL I felt an Improvement once.and aUt''
",.......>liuK Ilir ( aptttln. I I ed, and upon a trip to Emanuel recently a few bottles am sound and well. Utotwc 6. M,IRSH. Worney-at-Law Nocona TeL
(''Imtrfa Japan and San: Frallci 'l'o.
.. > < .ptaiii3 In the emiiurd I Sheri Flanders but do
Ii he killed Deputy ? It can't help you good.The .

:. < : had a rural i who was endeavoring ta arrest |1 bottle contains 24 time ai much tactual measurement as the trial eiewhIch iellsforSQI'

vtor \\ hit tlill with Lira. lIe then escaped to Carolina ITepared by E. C. IH-WlM &Co.. Chicago. Sold by ail dealers.

i I.a on oue trip sue eff.nt soothing healiiu application for piles sores M*
and when located there, in an Dc\\111'5 WltCtl Hazel Salve
/ ; skin di.eaeo. Bewaru of counterfeits.
/'lf "
( ,
with! largt.Jtlioudi. "l ,
: : wiij u :: : 1 sheriffof
to he killed deputy
.: ; f'l'lInthat: j: ( \ /4J4 Aiken county. South Carolina. He John :-;theppard,Hargis' Pharmacy Sidney\ Kahn.

: .tit the attistie! sense,
f' again escaped and came to Georgia. -
I, .! tli- rail as greatly ; : -- -
He is now in hiding in the Sa'an'nah
i ..i-.miWhen the Stnmbled oil u 1'ftct. I
river swamps in the upper part of f
I 1'lnUuk-li'hia: Oiranli i \T A minister went recently: to preach i I
this couctv. lie has been seen several I I --I
i'!,. a Kvl.ernl iuspec- : In a chapel unfamiliar to him. "Urn

.. .j i .iliMiicu and as he i : : times since coming to Georgia must!' do your best to kovp jour voice ;; ) :" .'o :
and is slick
during the last week as "for = lI
feir. said the chapel keeper,
M.III! to vhoif 'I&olil'tl up. "I --- r -
i \\ lut liad 1"1 cut an article as the famous Washington our church is very unfortunate in its w\/\: : -i $

outlaw. Tracey. lie met a gentleman effects.Vhcther he meantit ,
I !1 > si-tuian told lain; agnostic' f. ). '. / ; ,. .-.f1!
I in the road the other day and not, it was: quite true.-Christian l' ( \ ,t ir. I, j4 T'
or : !
!n.\ telling : \ .1.jJ' !
::3jj ; t? I(7fr 1! at the point of a pistol compelled him Life. I J'.7 "- .I
"':L tt i- $ his bomB without -- --- .
I ur.ilrpbs and to
-- f: 3 to go I t- .
: : _
I ,
tj ham t.r it ill .1ihtormoi (ty.- '
.,, any apparel. Another time Le Hrr Hen aril. I i ..r !:" I t
that official
went up to a grist mill not far from Blond F.rldeswail -The ushers ...r: .. \;'m'I t
\ \I Ilh lrltJ.;: Tht' I.I U. AliMU'.ll. HU..INSON I ...' ,,..: :; !.l J t
'. nf his swamp hiding plate and compelled ,- en't seated 3'uurunt Maria with 1 .J.!t t-- ::
i a reprimand. '
and Plain :ti. .nt.u MMwiuadvon .". 'I' .
: bushel of r: 'znhly. '
; the miller to put a 'a -
'.:,: rrom his employi'id will be in 'htiiis U'I1J.I ith all temporary : 2.ttt..... T" ,
; bride ', -
hem Bridesmaid (sister to the ) I '1:
horse. Then 'IS'1. ...
the !back a .
; : .
', ; < nt clo>f-d. As inouihlo P'ar seut \below mid jy -
or rr.t.T..I..i-
!' and rod t ; bent only a pickle fork.-Life. : : .. "
..1 .II:: anchor rtady to I' the decks cleaied tor a.tiou. llu- fall eJ, said! good morning -?.. :---- -
I,. .i l.i1 with shingles; tuancuuTi, us they are calleil.illlast 1 The sheriff'of this county has pec lal to Tb '. I ....- :"j -
A Arw Ihrorj.cdon
wharf and the drivxiiui .>k. "It til be as 1It'ltt'ly a condition very zealous in searching for th'I .
; for a w e w I I ) A were w e descended from mon-
.. 1 I derer. hut to the present! tim
.. up
I of war as it is possible to s'cure. I -t whKhln. ANewGas
.. ml takeT'shoutur : -! hia efforts have come to naugh I .
baid Kear Admiral Hi;;/.nnson the other u J. Corst of us, my bo}. Some were
bill of lollling ; will bo child's play 'j I IGII.V The authorities of both the s>taiUeorgia
"and there no
day, I>t' J I rll of educDetroit Free Tress. I I about them. The movements of the \es- and South Carolina-as Range .,.
if lamentary :' -
.. ,, I He i> inakini: a tour of the world. He families of the murdered st
ft. ) belong: suns:; sels will be protected by as much secrecy as the life to what is In-I
Jesap gives
I ce.Jeffcoat's 81" I
is not tnn cling int.oj.iiao: ). but his visitis ;
:Mr. Girard: himself!' if bent on a bona cers, have offered large rewards
as they were v 1=10. ..crest to what has no immediate -j for your kitchen will make
not ot'ueul; and no :state:: functions I The rewards ...
O'- tiara! lie said they fide hostile mission. capture
in this
I action on our comfort the huh of coal.
laugh at price
,I' will In. ori.ai1i2eiI in his l.oiior. On sic you
/an: to wLlttle-l'hla- fered aggregate H.S30.
: I Mmc. de Stack!
\\ Urn
t-oiint of Lis relationship to the After you have used it a short

I A Iu"h'alcCor.. I czar ltone\cr he will lop aifordiil all you will wonder why you sweated
Auust Van P.iene. the actor-cellist, FOlEY'S KIDNEY CLRE. ,
awl at A Cure for Cholera Infantum.
the wiurtexy formality hot caal during the
over a range
in this
\ had varied experience I
with a play I :a -lu.n \i hen the iuo\iriiufnt oiliclaN I I "Last May" ays Mrs. Curtis Will cure Brizht's Disease. heated term or was worried over
country some seasons ago fire all auay from ashiuston. lie Baker of Bookwalter. Ohio "an in- Will cure Diabetes. I
called "A P.rokeu Melody." appears to I Buffering Will cure Htone in Bladder. starting a fire on a winter's morning
6 to rrosldciit fant child of our neighbor's was .
\ will pay hn r<'!'p'ets I.I
deal to him I II Will KidiiPv and Bladder touch of match makes a
i be flndiiij a great worry I 1IO'IH'It! at OjMer ll.iy. and will I from cholera infantum. The cure when a a I

"'a every }>oi: of the prnoiapcUromO'QuinincTaUets I IoW I even where he is better known null.I sj; 'iid come time at lUr Harlior. when I doctor had given up all hopes of re- Di-ea*es.-W. A. D'Alemberte 121 I bright blaze, confined to your cook-

I report says better appreciated. coverv. I took a bottle of Chamber- H. Palafox.If utinsels aud not heating your
\\ I theretill be botae bnllLint inteitainmints iug up
i; tut a colJ In one day : In nn effort to feet away from a part !' arranged by Count Cusslui, Kusbiau lain's'Colic. Cholera and Diarrhea them \ whole body. I
i,! he had played bomethinc like .IJlNI Remedy to the hOIl-p. telling you want a Ulce rreent to give
-- -- I times and which the physicians told Ambassador. .'. r ,. that I felt sure it would do gnod if to a friend go and look through; the 'I TRY COOKING I5Y GA*. 1j 1

nit a good Bed- :: him would eventijally drive him Insane!' I ued according to direction lu two elegant line of suitable articles at j
Tern.Senator :. days' time the child had fully recovered -' J. I. find'
'' I.anl of the S iiu( Stephens, you surely can Pen acola Gas Co.
\ a
he Play 1
i re Crib for the' produced" II IVttus Alabama is the | and i i5 now nearly a year something plea"e you. If you ;: :
to contrib ,
'lars/on' (5" Name M khiK the audit( ( lait to use the ancient! FiiuffUoxus since) a vigorous: healthy girl. I ; want anything in the Diamond line I I
I I pusjjestions for a titly and offeringa man freI and 27 E. Garden St. Peniaccla Fla.
; of the 111)allll then he have recommended this remedy I be sure to see him before you buy. 25 !
t-eitate. H\cry
., i prize IIf ?_;3 for the best According : quently and have never known it to I
I I to the latest Information, Mr. Van goes to <>i.e of that liiack ebony boxes I fail in any *: mjrle in-tarce." For i I : \

... .. of thenames which since.' time immemorial ha\e sale all druggists and medicine CHOICEST i
.. Biene had not accepted any one by i You house
--;;::::;.-;........ I to been kejt filled with the lest quality dealers. j can get your ,
though lie promised announce -0.- j
iJBUGn FOR a choice on the second III ht.1 of Scotch Ei.uff and, taking! a pinch .furnishedcomjtlete at Marston I

Thousands of blips were sent in, nnd' snuffs It. Then l an expansive bmiletpreads : ; $ Quints on easy payments '

THE PEOPLE Mr. Van P.iene said that none suited i over his face and, with, a look "--S. Her View. f FRUITS ANDCONFECTlOXER ij !

him, and it Is announced that ho Isqute r of thorough enjoyment, he sneczes.I A little; ttree-year-cM miss vhle her \I weekly or monthly. ;i

I Senator Harris of Tennessee and mother was trying to get her to sleep -/OT-
...,-t.. NOII a Cent, us near beecuniiifj; "dotty" with
Senator Vest were nt one time among! became interested in a peculiar noise
i Wi.ri is Keaiis the effort to silect:: the winner ns he I I
the users of these snuffboxes. There is and asked what it was. PROFESSIONALCARDS. C. APOSTLE'S
Lefure. The storj of the play was _
was I
I nl'lh!l1oT l\ -- ,
her moth-
and the A cricket dear replied
o I one on the Democratic one on ,

._;_____ :- : --.....: ....-.y. ;,:+ played from the n father G'rllllu.11'whose daughters. Van Biene did I Republican bide of thc chamber ? i I ier.>::. "'-'. '" ,. .. W.: C. ROWE, M. t>7 14 East Government St.

little "he ,
j "IVpll, remarked the lady
not marry happily. They were not, re- Office: ITS S. TaUfoz. ,
ought to get himself olled.ChIClOI Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand
ruoml from their unpl.'asnut connections -! Henry L. Shattuck of Shellsburjr, J ." | Hours from x to g::;- a. m and i t3 !I p. m
I" '10 \ t.alor' I1r.-thICM. News. ...- J tt- ?.::-. r i.'" ;:: Oae car-load
I, : .art lodd1..1..11: at the end of the drama nor indeed I Iowa, wa cured of a stomach trouble r_. >- j and after o'clock : of Pineapples at 11.76

a .t". ral l r"'Htl for r" I was any progress made. The time I with which he had been afflicted for t: honesty, '- '" .> ,I IliOiao GO.LAW to $2.00 per dozen.
I .l. -''HtIf
taken with domesticblirs sqiia1. year!, by four boxes of Chamber- I
was up
I : Tablet If honesty is the best policy In business \
lain's stomach and
antI Mr. Van Bienes excellent :
t: L \ 10 J..IN. I He had previously tried many other it is also the best policy when .'
I1 playing. remedies and a number physicians: I one has done wrong and is confrontedwith

1 \N. "u bou. ---------1 .V Knyal Visitor i without relief. For sale by all druggist the question whether he shall -OK-
> iiia all
*: and medicine dealer make i
confess everything frankly or
I I 'intH.v stnctrstl"l i The Grand Duke P.orN. tirs-t cousin !
\ >ly tv.-\-\. Fisher, excuses. A transparent excuse is worse
-r..t. of the czar of Kussin nnd jounger son John B. Stetson UniversityIDo
I H. th. ; I than none at ell.After .
(jf the brother ( Alexander Hrr Money Gnpa Further.

"> "'I iiniirovfct rciil PSniittl New IxtravagantVhfeNuw, Jack Xjfxiicl. Floi'idn.
HrnountsaC Ion is married he discovers
[ a nan
nil un Lf.lm K. I iii sure I can make money go fartherthan I JOHN I' t'OHntS.I'h. n. 1're.idett. AI.UKUT j. FAUUAII, MJ. n. Dean
.a "4 riUfox nt., t'liberami ron : tbat bis wife's golden tresses are

mHo YOUR APPETITE Distracted Husband-Great Scott! lug in the world Lut red hair.! notb'l I'all IVrin ('UIIIIIU'IU'l''l'llrll''lla) Ocloln-r I 11MHS.

How ? delphia lUcord. TWO \' .;A Wi' I ot'lt-it-Tb. Law" t'epnrtmentofjohn It. Stetson t'nlversity gives
1' n \:\"- you nefd money? Invariably tells the condition of I I atwo.y-ar.'coure.IeadIngtothe: j ruw&nymoufltYoUftnt YcisIxtravagaut Wife-Why. I send II i DtbKKK: AHMIlxiiiTilK KAK-Tbt. diploma the Law Iiepartment of John B.
tcrnii aid lowest rates your stomach.; If you do not eat to Paris for all my r1"thl'S.-Jull e. I! Stetson nuersitv admits to the MRr.
ab..un niprovfd city real heartily and enjoy it, your stomach: I I H'KTHKU I.FIRMATiON--Forth.- Announcl'ment of 1 .'NI.and all otbl'r de.
S .. Iisher.Ai" Mouth 1'ala- Quick Relief for Asthma Suff rers. sired information rviturdine the Law Iiepartment.addressALHEItr
t*: out of trder. Try a trW d ist-s of filutl of tile (.hunre.
IIlf ,, Ho-.tetter' Stomach ISitter* and no- 'Did the old man seem to hesitate Foley'Honey and Tar atr4)rd* immediate I J. FAliRAII. Dean of Law Department.
: relief athma utlerers in i De Land. Fla.
tice the improvement. Your appetite when jou asked him for Laura?" ,
I "I pi BORROW MONKYnr will return, food will be I the wor-t stages and if taken in time : j
"Not bit of it. He said the caterer '
:' *- your pr'p..ny. pro I a di e-ted and health : will elTect a cure. W. A. D'Alem
"tl. buy or Rt'll r 1+ properly your:
and the florist! owed him lilt of money
:y of any de'crlptlon, have in cjenpral will be better. It cure" ; a berte, 121] S. Palafox. I Tulane University of Louisiana.
ytar taxei attended to, aud It would be a good way to get _
Wauon A Co.
Th -iturance agents, fen aiiuKlkmle I.M' (.FTIO'SI'I' lA. AM co=,- I even with Woxv Ox-lonriia.

,. To everyone SlII'ATlO.N. Dealer. o.-LI.rcItxA- '.
'm U, 111'e will lend money 5an tU /f its K Ys Hart! C3S B ff! I Ia'J I of

,il a iou.K.- -- -- srt-tf-- HOSTETTER'S Frul I.. : : '"fI EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LUX, President. 1

"I suppose your career batausht '! .

I nit '\.I..I : you to value the fruits of wisdom. -' full Courses In Lanuaies, Sciences Kntjlneerlng. Law, Medicine. Pharmacy ArtrWven .
---- STOMACH BITTERS. i I Separate HepArtmMins Mxteen buildings. Kxtenslve Lllrarle. Laboratorleiaod ,i!
I r mo-t a..ilrllobl" IoU In I II Workshops. Splendid I'epartment for Women In the Newcomb College.Tulane i
Marston) $ Quina have
.. Yes. answered Senator Sorghum
"-y terms by tbe Hsber I inakesleath'r; in all vocations. Its facilities for Instruction are unnurnmixi :
-- --
.' ..;:y, !l'41'i South Halafoi I 'YMn-ciaHy when they take the form of I some very nice Dressersanrl In tile boulli. Kizbty-sn Instructors and lESstudenti: last s"o; ion. Many i cbolar.hiDi r
lialm.niiifl DR. KINO'STRY In theacademlcdepartmenl open to Louisiana hoy Kjpensej: of cbolar hiD student '
political plums. -Washington! :
Wash Stands very cheap. l.fur .slon. Hoard and lo-Uini in dormitories at low rates Opportunities (
I academic students for self-help. In the AcajHlniccolleKe., no boy Ir"perly prepared
\, -;\ u It'. NEW DISCOVERYFOR The best physic-Chamberlain's Just the thing to go with : for voIie.t \ork. will ....turn..lla..yfroOlIDIAJllttyto pay tuition Suit itsalon hi.

............... --- Stomach and Liver Tablet Easy' to I; gins October 1st. Send for Catalogue.

."I"ofll"" explains flOw. MnlerultT W.a1rineitLWrkC. ., THAT COLD. take. Pleasant in effect. For sale Iron Beds. Addrto, It. K. HKlJlecretary..

40". .l.a. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. by all druqrtfHts i and medicine deal. n

Cures ConsumptionCoughs \ >ung: Mm from Kscamblaiiic ers.Foley's
to prrpsire for po.liment Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Tar

.: I\lce.Odir: ljyllll-d.t.I\ap.rh.Apply la to risy PneumoniaJIayFeve, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, No and opiates. CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODSat I

llt-lp, \%'ul\tt'41... _----.. Sore Throat, Croup and and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of (

:. -.v to learn hairaresini Whooping Cough. CASTOR -*Fall Goods*-.--
II niaae or chiropody. NO CURE. NO PAY. j jOet

d.. 1.Writ". twl y. aunt MolirAQ4. Pric SOc. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. For Infants and Children.
2s doz Men's Laundned hhirts fiS; Ladle-' 1
pair Spring Heel Slios. your boys ready for chool.
\"A'rCU. The Kind You Have Always BougM regular $1, to close at 7oc. regular! $1 goods,to clo e quick at Sue I We carry a full line of Boys' Suits. _

---- I' CWICtUSTEA'S ENGLISHENNYRDYAL ::7: doz Men'* Colored Laundried : pair. M Boys'' Hulls, regular price, $1.00,

\\ ,\ .nod olicltnr.. will pay r PILLS Bears the shirts. regular TJC; to close at Sir.: 83 pair Ladies' Low Cut Slipper to clo"e at 75c suit. .'

'isia to rigbl one Ad- .Ogl...'..-....".I.O.Iy Ladi.4..I...'.' CgaaturnofIIDNET 57 dozfen' Colored regular 11.25 goods to close at $1.05 67 Uoya' Wool rtuits, regular price :
o "dtc... Tnttt *.. CHlCIIKsTKK'o }::.(.LI.iI ;! Laundried *1.51) and fl.;:;. to close at |1.15 suit. -+
I. KH u: .i.. "** Shirt, regular 50c good, to close at pair. 120 Boys' All-Wool

1\\ EJ-AlI. .kinds o( empty norntiriiv. beer ._... ,.i u*n' 3.....klll.II T.L..._ot.. ...tI.. KrfuM 1.1... 3oc; these goods should go in 21 63 pair Men's Low Cut Shoe, regular price $2 0 j to |3.oo, to Baits close at regular$1.50 .J
H. A KHIKOHAN .. .._ ..... .j
11 i4 hour:
U.- 'JI '
..... 4 tor 1..1..... T..laI. $1.50 goods, to close at $1.21) and f2 w' suit.
\ V. ..t "\ Krllrf for 1.*.._*m"" rSollbf.. DIESESart ; 20 doz Men's French Neck Balbriggan We carry the largest line of 1
PO 1 tjt. Ifl.Os'l.T.w.n.&; pair.We Roys't
""".-.. :I" 7c,"4.-. I. oau'r. *. (FIIILA.hI. 'P&C ,. I Undershirts at 20c regular 23c; carry the largest line of Boys'Shoes Pants carried by any house in the !

,' IMH KKOWN LEOHORX8T goods. of any hou.e in P( n*acola. city.All
ly Mock and .:ltlit. for tale.t 30 doz Men's of oar Ladies' and Mises'
Neck Balbrigan
.. \. tilt* rdwareI'o'i.. I sttII. mctftaliI tflor .. ? Bring your boys to u;: we can fit
CURE YOURSELF Undershirts, at 30c, regular 4.>c, them in any size. drop-stitched 25c. hose, to close at

.% IH (;.001)s4.q r..BuG sf nnn.tnfil un. I IFOLEY'S sold by others at 50c. We have just received a fall line 2Uc. pair. 0
10u doz Misses'
di.chsrges.thC&mmItlOli' full seamless hose
'H.\H In:I H.);.:-M antllacttlrer irriutioni or ulwr tioniof All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts. We will to close ,
at 60c doz
lerm Kair (uood, H&1.Toilet maeootT mwbT. I close at i5 cent close at 60c for your choice. Someof or 4 pair for 25c.
lIalr 011,etO.,BII W. Government and not uU1 IiiLIs: :: ; them worth tl.50. .o doz Men's Keamless half hose, -
t gaol or poiaOnO4. 72 Pair Ladies' Spring Heel Low are regular lOc goods, to close at Be pair.

0gj by Drvntita. I Cut Slippers 2}, to 7, regular $1 We carry a full line of hkirts.! \Ve have Just received a full line
I ', ,'r.. l*(>rl I"unt'rnl. lent tnntnn.plain wrsppt. I It to close at70e (
goods pair. Look window
I ........ - -' ; prepidt rrfundti Conttlnilrcnudlta at our display. I of Ladies'Kid! Gloves in all shades.!
FOR FUNERAL fnrnljned I! 00, or 1 bottle. IL mom?
1 C>reklM seal on rNueSt. !

k. 'Iyinbouqnelsor.pecialthiigns it*, sa en Ureory I! recofoizd br colBtnt Remember, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we will have Room.

__ tlldlmC PARKER'SHAIRBAL.SAM phjnldini u th* bat fa 1

t fr .'LU\\' :H"" JaMq and BUdar ttoU !1u.1 F. E. BRKiAlNER'S
-WWwWWWW CTMHM aikl bfftauOi 1st a&jiPromoUi i I
I W.K"I: aad Floral Leilgni-: I rule ft luunsct to Britor growth.OTJi Iover na .. ... ..... ,

k. -tuat j !Morfoo ordered KS: Welt for cnitomrei.j Gregory ftllm: ,. Cam$ to aDJ in d litliSi 1SN.Youthful"Th153IJ bw I I W. A. D'ALEMBEBTE. I II I .o 105 SOUTH PALAFOXI.h' 8TREETa a. r:

,. ... ,,_ "'" """ '...- 4 ll ..."" ..-' .....- <"
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j1 S. S. HARVEY I I TonightJust I :i ,'Stron eSt t in toe- WorM"'

.. S before retiring, if your Um It !
NOW IN CUBA I sluggish, oat of tune and yon feel dell.'Hdpap f

: take a dose of The ..: Annual Matei,,,. ,
at the Post Office at Pensacola. Ending }) lIIl, y'es'
i << r ;{t.r ,
"... noond-clah. Dlatttr.OlrICE .i Very Low RatesTO ?? tI

:-Fltfi Building, 211Ji Sooth INSTRUCTING NATIVES HOW TO i i And you'll be all right in tie mornirg.:

-f itatoistreet, op-stairs. RAISE AND MARKET FRUIT.I I I THE[ [EQUITABLE l[

Seashore un ASSURANCE[
Terms Invariably in Advance Col. S. S. Harvey well known as I EOGIf1y

Out Year b)' Mall .. ._.._...._..15BU 00> at one time the successful fruit DAY PICNIC VIA ,. Assets . . . .
KOIIUu" ... .. .. .. 2 :SO! grower of West Florida is now located '""
Reserve; and ot.!er L, ,'
Oae Week,by Carrier, Payable Monday lu in Cuba. He was: in New Orleans i i r i Louisville & Nashville R. R. ities. . . . *_i*

TELEPHONE NO. 118. Saturday on his return from I, LABOR ASSEMBY 1565 WILL ,. 6urpln* < from whic:. D.v ---

Chicago, where he had gone toar-j Saturday, August 16, 1902 dends are paid ,_ -" '3

range for the handling of the fruit CELEBRATE AT MAGNOLIA Paid to Policy-holder- ,:. Sa

Ut ON l BEi_ he raising in Cuba. Of him the R.OUND TRIP TO Brig .. . .. . . _- ,.

Picayune contains the following: BLUFF. New Insurance in his! ",.
i Chicago, $15.00 Cincinnati $ 14.00 Total Insurance in fore. '

Colonel t>. B. Harvey, formerly of Dec. 31, 1SW1 . . ,-. .

fa 4 PEHSAOOLA, AUGUST 1), 1902 Florida, now of Havana Cuba, ar- September 1st Js; Labor Day, a day.!j LouisvilleJ2.00 St. Louis $12.00 Notwithstanding:: tn- $. '".u
rived here yesterday evening from when the union working man has i cial strength of the S>: .. ."::'

UNCLE HAM won't even be a stepfather Chicago and will sail today for the $18 ROUND TRIP TO FOLLOWING VIRGINIA POINTS greater security whit ,:
I : "
Cuban capital. the unstinted privilege of taking an !! holders thereby enjoy : ni. '-
Cuba. *
L to i i are LOW and GUARAN:" t.El""c"
Colonel Harvey was among the Norfolk Old Point Comfort Ocean View
TIN Roanoke '
off day with his family and friend, ter than given by ot'KXOWLES :--; _:
r the arrangement of PresidentRooevelt's I first Americans to enter the Cuban Hot Springs Virginia Beach.

itinerary we have not j fruit bu-ines*. He makes a specialty I and enjoying it to the best of his sat- ; ,

N seen any mention of Pensacola.: !, of pineapple shipping, and since the isfaction. This year it will be celebrated Asheville, N. C., $14.00 Deer Park, Md., $20.00 B11O\,
j' war the industry has grown to almost -
THK Lake City Index will issue a' in ;grand style by the thousand !' Falls
Niagara $20.00
the same proportions which it Chautauqua Lake, $20.00 Generaly; -
fair edition about Oeto-
b special! ; '
1 reached before hostilities of local bread winners.
began. ROUND
TRIP. 309 H. Palafox .
will : 6t. PENs
ber 3J.: We predict it be a hum. _'
j I The pineapple shipments from Cuba ar.1
mer. Labor Assembly No. luJ3 is -
-- '- amount to about $lOCUOUU a year. Ticket good returning until August 31 1902, inclusive.

WE have a sneaking ilea that 'i Most of the fruit is shipped to New ranging to give a grand picnic at !I Through Sleepers. Coaches, Chair Car-- and Dining Cars. Everything SANTA3ROSA SURFBATHINCJSTABUSKKa

j General Kuuston has been uttering: i I York, though some comes through Magnolia Hint and already enough the be t.

with l.ckjtw: eversiuce the adutiuis- I j here, and the pro-pect.. are that a
success has been attained to warrant R.V.. SUBLETT Ticket Agent Pensacola.
tration admmi-tered that quietus. j great deal: will come through here in Fi-h fhowder wu h
,, the statement that luge crowds'
-- -
I the future. I Sunday fveumg. P

"FEW things impossible to diligence "I went to Chicago for this very I from as-tmblies in Alabama and'Wetern 'i can arrange tll Lax-
and skill. This sounds other refreshmenttiLi -
easyljut :i 'nurnose." Colonel Harvey said .ye'terday -- : Florida will be pre-el1t.I .
lo' during the w"'k
it meant a whole lot. The man |' ,
evening iu the >t. Charles A rate of one fare for the roundtrip tern:", :'Ee ll1allJ."f
who luboth aud kill haw
diligence -
Hotel, where he is stopping. "I I CH.II:
corner on the market. has been allowed by the railroad
wanted to make arrangements with I
--- Green
from Selma. Watson & Co.
X., .: beautiful way in which At- the railroads to handle fruit brought I company :; Montgomery 11 b.tof

tornry-Geutral Knox knocks out into this port aud otherwise interest ,I and neighboring: point-, tie same See f) 01' r: ;! .
thore restaurant hoodlums convinces i Chicago: people in the Cuban fruit !I conditions applying to Florida sta- ,
IC. 11.\1.1.1 U.cO.S
us he was only faking when he pretended I buyinsThe Illinois Central! willet ', tioiH.Arrangements.

to knock out the beef trust. .{ a very large;; mtere-t in, if not the Everybody __ : __ I j jIP lab I =ollitec'/Itrolftf, the Morgan Line I'I'I I are in the !haulof fi piece of tin earth! hfizht .:
for ,
i i mu-'t w
you want tll know you are vot- |laud I believe that this will stioiulite competent committees the member
"h lUC)> to get it. and i t.' .
lug for a man who can do good work : ,trade between Havana and New Or- of which are not letting the ?ras j jgrow Everything in Silks Reduced Thos. C. Watson & Co.

till the Railroad Commission, vote j l eans. By next year shipments will under their feet. In these coin- i, nave some particularly H
for Henry E. Day. He has been be about double what they are to otter jut now, amid:
tried and not found wautln If you "The Cuban fruit business; LOW.was mittee i* named one for making a Black Pe de Soies. Black Taffetas, vou You to come and iuv.--- .

want to vote for a man whom I program of :sports: and it is probablethat 4 India Silks j will never regret itQ \
you very large; before the war, but it was ..... .

hope can do the work, the other man killed during the long years of ho- this feature will ba one of the Foulards and Satins.All _--_ m-_-. -_-_-
. '
will suit you. tilitie-. Now it is springing up again mo=t pleasing. NOTICE TO CAS CONSUME,
-- --
THE state press ought; to erect a and is growing fast. The shipment | A list of sport* and prize ollsred I :Short Length* and Remnants of silks and SHill of ,
have not yet reached the mark: at- 1 ,J After July 31 the .in \I'
monument to R. Hudson Rurr.Every will be printed within a few days.Among 2ac yard .
and in tiiued in bi: That was the banner Every Kind, while they la-t. . . . . ... . . ) I ; room* of the Penacon h i .< trI
d the
illy weekly tate : the sports will be a record he at Nos. 25: and 27 E o-' sr
in the of the Cuban
contain about four columns of paid I year hi-tory (i trdeu street .
fruit business. But in a few making tub raceforCOyards. Several
platform either Day or Browne years : and short Le;th* of Worsteds ;Madra an J Cheviot snits C. h ,
this mark will be reached and have long had :'jtf
pass young men dispute '
which it i* needles- to remark would : Dresses; Girl' Skirt and KhirtVait*. There i-

not be there if Mr. Burr had not fir-t ed. I II I a; to their individual: -uperiority in | :a great collection of them and they are worth your eon-ideration. ; This weather ma : -* /

shown their silica this line and will nee for honors on '
'- i I' -- ''grasvgrow. t"I" r

WITH the evident intention of therepublicans Photographer C. C. Harlan. of that diy. A number of substantial i j keen cutting Lawn .i1\ I

to annex Cuba with or Eaton, O., can do ,.o now though for tubs have been phced in Sigari'-; [ Curtains at Half Price. ; and Grass Shears ]r<
couldn't, because he guttered
without her con-Hit, it would beery years untold agony from the worst form- bath hou-e and anyone wishing to !i ii' 1 Willis Hardware C''' .T

\' hard fur her to borrow $&; ,IHM.tvo .- of iudi.e-tion.: All physicuns and perfect himself in this peculiar i Plain Net and Ruffled, Pt de Spret, Muslin and :

unle-ii the Unitedtales would medicines failed to help him till he I 'FRANK SECARI'S iS
give some a-..urance of reco ni-ing! tried Electric Bitter, which worked: aquatic sport may u-e them by applying ;, Lace Curtains at Half Price. BATH !:

ouch wonders for him that he declare to George; H:irri*. I j
the validity. the bonds in ca-e of I '
Deep water -e "'
I II they are a od-end to -ulferer I -- --- ;
i annexation. day. for white <', "I ,
I, from dy-pep-ia and1 o m a c h p
-- -- -- i trouble Tumbled for ili-ea-e, of I JUST LOOK AT HER. ; 60 REGULAR 50c CORSETS 35c EACH. compartment I..

I'II\A AKHAK.U VUAHHAKA, the | the Stomachs Liver and Kidney*. j ji Whence came that sprightly step. tendant. Neate-t. .n
bath ,
r'iaUlt'Il1l11itEr: has informed the i irtale I They build up and give new life to faultier -km rich, rosy complexion. ---- -- in tin

: that the crown prince of Sinn' 'I ode.the whole Guaranteed ytem. Trv W.them. Only |1-miling fice'1 She l.)Okgood*, feel I MONDAY ONLY 35 DOZEN LADIESLACE HIXE: 1 cent-C..r. Cevalloand FK.-/ II N : i '

J will honor Ui with a % i-it. With him 1 by A. D'Alemberte. ,,:ood. Herf' here i'ecret.ihe: ueDr. that sold for . 1c
,{I dru.'giit.A King's: New Life Pill.. Ke-ult-: I ::;c will be _-
will com Col.! Phya Rajivallibh,
:.| i all organ active die-tlnn good not -- -- -----
I'jpt. Lu-ng :Sira-iddhi Mom R.Auuvatro headache-: chance for -blue-.' 134 134 134 134 134

1, and Prince Chakraboll !: DESERVED Try them yotir-elf. Only ::;:'C. at W. i I '- .

j No doubt the jaw of the mater of I A.D'Alemberte'-: GREEN, WATSON & CO. 134 -S- 134

t ceremonies+ will be badly wrenchedin I'! PROMOTION Ante HOB'S Telmte.!:

the elfort >,f introduction. We !j SAM LEEVER
134- It |- tor 1'\.1,1 cl I 134
: he and let it -- ALL RECORDS. : ..
tUgt say "pi go ut | i I Menill \\f It.)}* uo : I

that. I IFl I Roland McDiviJ.nuip: clerk at Twice in hospital, F. A. Gulledge. I In the excitement of a lively *-X Tcie ... .- .
SURE OF PENNANT.!j Verbena Ala., paid a vast sum to | like 134 134 134 134 134
the 1'en-acola boat-racing or ball-piaymg.
i oi'Sce, received '
in> \ -Iwllld have iu ('xhibiI I po-t I! doctors to cure a severe cae of pile.. '
I tiou ut the ::it. }...ui; Expo-ition: ", rcI' an oiler ye-terday: from Chief Clerk : caufnil tumors. When all failed, they will !strain their mucles! and go .
P.ucklen' Arnica Salve cured home limping and ;. re. Then Do want a If ,
soon they y.u magmf
I' (ud) to ii" othertate lu the union. j' Beaver, ut Jacksonville, of a poitionin i'I It will be a pleasant bit of infor- i i hiui. Subdues Inflammation conquers are glad they have Perry Davi for little money? If -

Her materi'lU and re-ources are I the railway mail service, a po-i Illation to Sun Leever's friend* hereto i" Aches, kills 1'din Rest salvein Painkiller on hand to soothe the :|, :Stephen: *, the jeweler. II *
I without equal, and a iho-t attractive the world. :!;c. at \V. A. D'AIem- 1! "otuU1o ate you.
display can be made. With a liberal; !! tion paying fl.'iOO: + per annum. I. learn that the Pitt-bur: team bathe berte's drug store.PENSACOLA quivering rvf'to penetrate the -

The "run" offered is from J\ck-i s for 1WJ! about - -- niu-cle' with warmth and healing!'
supply! of prlhterV ink, a liberal di-- : pennant won in ; and
All kinds
( It has relieved the of charm
play of attrtctlIJtl'rttu for frt'edi..tributt..u j| soU\'ille to Port Tampa, three trip.. I fact it is conceded: to this aggrega CLASSICAL SCHOOL power. pain of'
.. two generations uf AmericanLarge -. rocking chairs at Mnntun
the attractions and re- we..klThe work i tion. I
j is; not heav\'but. I i,
bottles 23 and < I -
I i o J cent- tjQuina's.. Prices nn- /"Y
our tate would be heralded T"ir,1flnuftl PM-IOII IJpslin
requires man of quick and perfect: i Leever wrote a letter to -:im Rep. -- -
from one end i>f tin broad land | I ember 1.",. liirj. and KmlttJun The low.'
intelligence to perform the Flynn ye-terday and besides man who owns hi* own home
duties' .
expressing -
to the other, Intt'fl'tllIgb.'th capital >> 1'AI 1'Jn3.: insures himself: :again-t lotof I i -
mud huh da.. immigration. correctly.Mr. I more fully his sadness at trouble and worry. Nobody can

I McDavid accepted theotleri I the death of his friend, Willie I I raise his rent, and the rent day ha ;I' '
: aim of this
THK editor .>f the Tampa Herald I f I is tpro- I no terrors for him. It's ea-y to own ,
rap : ..It I- generallytated that i I and so notified Mr. Beaver, who will "j Welle, went on to tell of some of iCOLLEGE I vide thorough PREPARATORY HIGH MJHOOLand a home now-a-days. Thos. C.

rn.acoU tin- bfeuelected :1; the I *end the young! man transportation '. his recent games: and explained how I The -cho.II" of especial instruction. 'I Watson*. & Co. can t,*li you how Some uf tt.- .111-;
i easy it i Call and see them.
rupply! point for the naval man i iI I to Jack-onville and the duties will I!i ij his team had the pennant f..r this! ititere-t to three cla-se* : COE t I'U- r...-r i. '

I t s Huvrethi- winter. Thi will be of''j ire as-umed *e,1..0n'cinchl'd'" 1. Those who having completed on di-pliV! 'i .
k i I at once.'j ; the grades IIf the public school! wish OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine
couidrjbl benefit to Pensacola. : This II I to pursue their studies further with- tim! bfort- v' .
j young man pa-ed a
I j and all ..f which the city de-erves if | very REMOVAL SALE i! out leaving home. (ti-D Linci 11.

Tlie there! will reap'[; creditable examination for the service -', i :!. Those who wih, with the aid oysters today. Try them. andna|" I I-

". inaiy d"llurr.. additional btiines I in Mobile, recently and the OF FINE JEWELRY of the careful individual attention Nit .\ 1'11":1 U;. iirttch.
i I ;> that can be ;riven in .mallE'r classes
from tin- -ource, for which theywill high average attained brought the 'i :and a longer; st"-ion. to advance

" no d..nbt, be thankful. It i.* more rapidly than I is, possible for
otter .
,- yeterd.iv.PENSACOLA > I \\ iI1l1l"Y"' stock of FINE STATIONERY.C.
Ju.t a* well to rt'lI1uk, in p.I"ins. II I I my welry.j i them in public schools. THE FOUNTAIN PENis
---- I, sometime between now and 3. Tho who
; that there nothing IIf this kind in Sept.: I, to the store now occupied by are fitting themselves -

, fight for Iiilii -1." PARTY its & Co. and meanwhile will give i for college. V. Thompson, No. 11 outh * in-trum' 'it
ir ,I i -pecial birzain so as to clo-e out a* I instruction Palafox street ha just
opened anew \I"
; much >f more than: it <'"-'-
..""a.. Into Your MioenAllen' < my preent stock as poaible. tory, Geography. Latin.etc.instruc-
I to save moving expen-e. Call: supply of Linen and Uond when it ia p"'lur:
t. ARRIVED SAFELYI 'i tion is offered tritlnivt .
|; Foot-Eae: powder.. It quick and get big bargain I i rtftt tuition Papers, white blue
: I| in Greek, French, German and and gray, with !La- tll.Vatl'rc.+ .. e
i If J. I. Span
cum painfulmarring, uervoufeet SlhPHKXS.
| | ih. The school is Envelopes to match Oxford
I ____ I conducted at the sizes ; the best
and lugrowiunail*, andin-tantly corner of West Gadden alo .
and Spring Foreign Mail Tablets with Envelopes
: takes the stiug out of corns and buu- I!I teletrram yesterday from Capt. BAY EXCURSION streets, in a building: which is toi to match. Ink, Pencils! t

, lou. I"'' the greatest comfort discovery I Jacob Kryger, who wa then at SUNDAY AFTERNOON i! be arranged need of the to adapt especially tithe ) Penholders, Blankbooks, Files, etc.. CRAND EXCURSION.To .

: uf the age. Allen's" FootiKn'f |I Sacramentotated the party were : The number of pupils in attendance etc., always on hand.
make tUt.t or new shoes feel is limited. Hence those desir Phone 234.
all well and happy and would arrivein I
It i
ty. 14.1 certain cure for
sweating ing admittance
The steamer should communicate ----
Enterprise will I II
: calli /eft. Try it m dory. :Sold by all I excursionists to the Live Saving: I pal. from Hot tit Cold
An wire thi
night. early
drucjI..t.1I1j shotstore*. D ; morning i*
n't Station :Sunday afternoon, For further information, terms and Dysentery prevalent everywhere
i leaving
- accept anynbtitute.. By mail for stated that the party :arrived at its catalogue, address in summer and is due to uiiamatic
25c. in ...tautpl'rfal package FREE.Ad1re I Palafox wharf at 2:30 o'clock. Plenty I H. CLAY ARMSTRONG poisons, and begin abruptly with
i destination at that hour. Marianna
. Alien"Olru-ted, Lt'H'Ji i inflammation: of the and livSunday
- lining
i N Y.1'ON'fRr. i Press dipatchefrom San Frineico of time for surf bathing. Fish chowder -I I PEKCIVALH.WHALEY Principal or, JR., of the large bowel. In America the morning: Au; .'
will b" served I disease i* Union depot at 6 a, m
i on the beach. Assistant. common, but properly( ..
state that there are at least i nual excursion
:: ovet
AND DANCE: treated does
not result
\1'1) i Round ----- a? seriously ain '
j trip 3ieeLt*. Round Mann
,. MAONOLIA FF THURSDAY liiUOuu ,strangers in that city aud i j Q4Ll3TAXIA. the tropics. Perry Davis' Painkiller Junction.trip itt&i to Fr..
I is the best
MUH TRAINS\ ., >:30 AND ,i from tWlt ten special train are I|I Manager.Grass Bars the i'e Ltd Yja Hatj nars 3tQt 1 1or the most efficacious known. in the remedy treatmentof and Marianna, $2 ">I.. t,. U .

!+. LAT RAIN RETURNS: AT I I riving daily with both vi..itoranJ I Bpatue: # : dysentery.The $3. Ticket* good for r '

11 :,&>. TICKETS: 5 CENTS ATDEPOT Shearsthat will turn on any regular ; >-
i delegates; i illaliuiii i cut ;, Purchase tickets a! i
. : --- -- finest line of sterling silver '
, --- For further inforn
: close, at the Willis Hard- 11 :
mattresses for
theprice > good and silver .
J from the ::0.on bro Wood T novelties is to b< R'P '
Try the NEW Want Colnran. |I &r'm TynyBe:enm.ike ctn&ji care foe cou;ti*. ware: Co's. lie U-O t O. M. ever sold here. found at J. I. Stephens. Prices t<> IHr
" Pry or. I, please all. Excar 1 \1 Jr'ra


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No. SGO3. 6 s asasasas2 saws 5.2 as i
c o \[ *L. President: F. C. HORTON. Cashier; YYV \

'.1 r--iHlE Vc-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. Sumner Specialw 5j003 Tds liE

AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF : :: 1{Kooler Corset 8 mm M

'L .._ ... ... ;o.j Clsariii Price aiimtii\ \


Forty-four defendants faced Mayor. k IQi" Pair r 4, yard Mofldal.Css2s2sa5a .
Designated Depository of the United States. Jones today. Fourteen cases were i ,

continued and {126 were imposed in asE ssEs-

Condensed; Statement at the close of business; ; Aug. 6, 1902.RESOURCES. fines. - -

Bob Butterfield, colored was cap-

LIABILITIES. tured on Cevallos! street this after- :
'. $346,771.89 Capital Stock $200.000.00 Constable Frank SGliEAflIG SAKE
.... 17.91420 Surplus 10,000.00 noon by Deputy
1,023.64 Net 10000.68 Bobe and jailed. Butterfiled is one

'-ar.d Premium..0.00 Circulation...... ...... .. ...... .... .... .... 75,00000 of the negroes who assaulted Flag-
... ...... ..... ......
'. I rr ", etc 2,625.00 Deposits...... .. 354.29406 man Chas. Costello on a train at We Pressed for Room !
4 Fixture! 6.71&.48 are t.. t..
499.12 1 Bohemia recently. .
x lisle. 193,492.41 The bay excursion to be given to-

-1649,291.74- $649.294.74 morrow night by the Gadsden Street *. c & Fall Stocks are Arriving !

Methodist church will leave Palafox

-. PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. wharf at 7:15. Fare for the round
trip, 25 cents. Refreshments be

-- sold on board. Cars will be in wait

I I ing on return of the boat. Atd in order to gain room the Prices Here Quoted is Half, and in many
WILD The bay excursion on the Enterprise instances; Less than Half the Former Price. It's your opportunity-better -

CPUO 8TErt.E.1 I yesterday: under the manageI I take advantage-it's your last chance this season.

.. A ST ROMANA STREET. BONDSMEN BARREDLarge I j ment of J. E. Reed was well patron. i

Rtfnishing Furniture a'toff I CHINAMENTERRORIZED ized give and a moonlight greatly enjoyed.excursion He to will the !: COLORED BATISTE AND LAWNS. 13,000 YARDS NAINSOOK CHECKS

S, "' ,. ; placards: bearing this plain Life Saving; Station Wednesday I Former price S'2,100,12and lie, Large: Medium and t-Minll Checks -
i iI'hOUO '
40;. j language; ; are conspicuously; displayed THE BAY FRONT night, leaving Palafox wharf at 7:30. Monday the yard 5c. Monday the yard 5c. J

at the police station: I i
YESTERDAY AFTERNOON. : THE WEATHER I One case "Batiste D'Trevior" and Our Entire block of l."; 20c
R. K. WHITE, I "Organdie Supreme," in Beautiful Satin Stripe and Cro-s-har Lawns in
I j Floral and Stripe DeIJIHrouda sheer and medium weight Monday
Manufacturing HA\ (; ARouND
i ( IX Two wild and unlearned China TODAYLocal '110 yards for5c.i choice at loc vard.T1IK .
itluatc Ui'tirian, Pi'HI-HSU OF men from the August Belmont had I

", I'rPROI Flar SMiNixo BONDS fun for themselves, but made some I -- I
i .or"ca.t-Locl'l raintoni''bt! and EXTRA SPECIAL! *
POSITIVELY FoKiniMlEX. women very scared yesterday afternoon t i < <
I I Tuesday; winds shifting to fresh northwest
.: 2.S2S i KEEl' OUT on Main street, between Tarragona \

C. M. JONES, MAYOK.ThH and Jetlersou. I Temperature in Last 21 Hours: 15.000 Yards New Embrodieries. Beautiful Qualities and

m I i I Maximum .. .... ..... .... . degrees
\ r rf\\ hUMS\ II step has been decided upnwith The two Celestials roamed about I Minimum ......... m..m .... ........ .. degrees Designs the Best we have Offered this Season.
the idea of getting at the truth I I
..1 I the vicinity for some time in an iuqufitive -

m1 of certain case- which come up for I way and from their actionsi i Temperature Elsewhere.MSI.Atlanta : Min. .....8to lOc yard.....
'AD PERSONALScaas252s2sJ trial. I appeared to have been drunk. They i I ... .... ... ........... \4 70 i .
Bismarck ... .... .1.4 4'
Heretofore bondsmen have been II molested no one particularly until Ii ClilCIlK" m" .. ... .. .... i! .'..1I ALL PURE LINEN HUCK TOWELS. 45 PIECES TAFFETA RIBBON.
L I Cincinnati ......._.. ....... .t!.' K:!! ,
at the prisoners' elbow soliciting a they espied in a privateyard a peach 1 Galveston.._.... .. ...... .MI "II
,l. J i.ome! from I Ii :I Huron .. ... .......-.. ft'Jacksonville. a. 4i> doz., Hemmed, Colored Border ; 25 and :55c Qualities to go Monday
bond and had signed the paper tree loaded with green fruit. This I Kansasl.tty.'r. ........ .. .. :.!> ;4I big value at 20c Monday 12':c each, i j at 15c yard.

i even before the ofllcers could make I they could not withstand. I Key West . 'sI 51Ml
,bt r- -pent :Sua- I I MempuU... .. .... "'. 11
I an investigation of the parties: ar- Without permission and lo\lle. .. >>*. 7-1
.ily Arcadia.! : getting 1 Montgomery .. . H t 717f NEW ARRIVALS.
re.-ted. This became such an evil without announcing what they intended | New Orleans .. .' ....". ....... w, ,e >*
"J.j..u of Marianua I| Sew York MI" 74
that it was decided to stop it altogether to do, they both vaulted the Savannah.. .._.... Hi'j 71 '
tl btisines"
j St. I.OUIS ... "MI, 1-4 New Val Laces and Inserting; New Belts and Pocketbooks, Chatelaines !
and Mayor Jones ordered the fence and one of them hoisted himself -

.' -act;:o I'.irminham"omebuiKq. i- Mgns, as above worded posted.A into the tft'e.A : MARITIM1. etc. ; New Val. Velvet Ribbon in all Colors! and Widths : New !,

prisoner can send out after a lady was at home alone at the Baby Ribbons iu all widths.;

., of Mont- bondsman, but not until the officers time and was very much frightened.She ,I __.. ___ .. "P' _._ _.. __ .. 1

IpJ(3l ui- have investigated every point did not feel safe in screaming, so : EXPORTS. I

thought to be valuable in reaching she hurrid in her house, shut the For August to date- ( W.\" J. & B. ;

I'.I'n. Iof conviction. windows and doors and barred them, | ARRIVED FORBES.R
Am ss IVnsacolii. I1*'. Leech Tarnpieo'toj ,
s MrC..1 I letting the unannounced guests help j, Uull Transit Co JI I

MRS. DAVISIS I I themselves. I Ql-AKASTlNE.- .

LIIrA ( I It ship iuiliii, r"(, Redone, to Ko-H'e<]I
I The Chinamen in the tree filled 1 I, hros If You Buy Them! at the Btollh....' :'lorlThe., are Good t

his clothing; with peaches (which i*
-KUlatioiis of the Marine Hospital .Vr-
saying a good deal i, and then supplied vice require tbetnpt'cttouof vessels rrOl1ifnreln I
) .': \. ports via domestic ports north 01 Ii
the one on the ground with the ; southern Maryland, but via mch ports al Satisfaction and) Service
I sq'r ;: : L :-:. Davithe aged prisoner I ; siiip Islaud. where full pratique is give i
remainder left on the tret- When for southern port, inspection It nut prerequisite
who-e peculations in I'eusacoli last to entrance.WITH. .. r
the tree wastripped, they left. I 11.1 1 I. 11111. : 1
I It"l1 lIJ I .'
.' week caused her arrest and deputation K. f : Coming up Alcaniz street they The Marine Hospital Service has Issued
was seen in New Orleans Fri-
.npping' the following: Boston Shoe Store Shoes j
would themselves
t I II amu-e 113 peltingone I "Coaiting vessels which are known and <
.day. which are in regular trade with Florida
another with peach stones and : from domestic of the United States.may l
I i J. M. Fonder, a New Orleans: detective enter without ports detention or inspection I'oi'i' I.AI;.
i !u! .iii. Jr., and made a comical sight. They hurt : with the understanding that if sicklier of

..: -a and Capt. G. i, addressed a letter to Mar no one, but frightened some people. :' during any character the voyage whatsoever to Honda shall ports develop shall The eye i is sati-fied with thetyle and liui-.h ; the foot is sati-fied with the 1

"'"lIIt are among stated I'I Credille on that date and I report to the quarantine' ottteers for Inspection perfect fit and :absolute comfort; the pure i-satlslied/ with a fair i!
: :.ere toJiy.t the old woman had been..-eeu price for superior j-hoes that will give better -pmcv :
That tired feeling H a burden you
Milton, one of there, but a warning preceded her I need not carry. Hood'-Saraparilla THE SHIPPING. than those purchased el-ew here. .i ii

,1,- <>u the 1*. tl1.. i: from Mobile and she could not get In 1 will rid you of it and renew your'

i- inirni tig on a spec-! I her work. '!! courage.; VK8SK1..S IN 1'OUT

urjMi-e of vacillating I Fonder said it waa cu-tom for ': Br AUiust Im.STEAM-lutont,2m 5111' IS.' Rogers to L BOSTON SHOE STORE ; !
: ', uid. from here to I WESTERN UNION 'Rlt i
the woman to go from one town to lrCapenor,1a51. Rodham to H H IJoyerKt ,
Uraytleld, U i. Tysen. to W L VlttlchKr
:' another every other week! and adopt Co NATHAN (;. roicini.Miif: i>n.|>riiur.. I jl;
.d Utd ..f U IJl.l.ld REPAIR GAR Kr Klngnlaud.;. James to Fensaeot.1Lumber
: ; I Co
." city thi-< uioruOutury fund I !
I HII'$ Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street.
to j join | Kus Kndymion, U"sfellersin, to Baars,
employed ordered from New Orleans. I The repair car of the Western Dunwtat V sl'o .
w i- HOW Nor NoreR, l::m, tl.lorn-cn. toorder r
I Union Telegraph Company a I U\RKi
I 1, Kiu Au-tralla, \l1:. Kaerston! to order II I II sma' B.\TIIJ\G:
: ;::t-rly of tin- city RAILWAY ACCIDENT large corps of workmen arrived I I :\Aviemore.., lou Hansen to orderIt '!'I porrf'I' Dally for The New by
I i Bice. ss. oiwse. to llros | Union Naval Stores Co.
.1 t with a medal at i here yesterday and i is engaged iu I Nor KliesT"Tl, Juhn'ontoorder Bathing in the warm Irulf waters ia .;
illyuvinc the life I: i Nor Uaro.: lint. Nielsen to order KOSIR. conceeded to he the finest in the "U,
i. I
'this section the lines '
I THIS MORNING fixing up Nor Magna lii''l.Lar'.eii.toSS L, Co ......... ...__ j- ,
world. 'j
,ti..> -onie time ago. I Nordenksjold, '>H7. NeiUen to Kr J WW .... !:I r H .U rte Everythinar for pleasure with
y : of that company. This car doe Schreyer I WU...-. II 611 U. .. 1N :!5 safety. (Jood board and lodging, by '?x I f f
w' Ile attending i a'I I not come here often and I; n.KKFSTtNE.Bruce : ..... ." .... a $1 K .. _. I 20M the day or week. Luncheon prompt- ;Ji.I'
l- i.i-t ThursdayS } very i! Hawkins.Six, gumn 10 order .. .. .... \I.' E ...... I l F ly served at all hours, day or night 7i
I I An engine drawing; -outhbondipa i I when it was sidetracked yesterday l II K ... ............ : 4" U.-- .... 1lul. CHARLES H. HI'-KIOX, t ;

-setijer! train No. :H ran off the attracted no little attention.Tne I Cleaning ladies skirts and waists .._................ ..... I01 CRhNow 1"e .6PlBlTIl 2m-tf _______ __ ;Manager. \ ]J JC
i II is one of oir specialties. Star Lauu- i TURP "t1NIt-H' ,
S SM' 'BOYS !! track just above Fiomatou this iI I name of the company i? painted I dry. -- j -- A..STOrt.IA.: : it:
and it took about five hours' | A Necessary Precaution 3 1f1 tta Par A'sat5; KatM9cra !
I morning in large letter on either side of the I ---- .

time to again place the machine: on ,: ALL WERE SAVED. .: Don't neglect cold. It i is wore an :;; 4:4
PLAY BASEBALL i car. --- - "For years I suffered ouch untold''than' unplea-ant. It i- dangerous.By (: .v/ 11 1
the rail-. I misery from Bronchiti+." writes J. using One Minute Cotiifh Curb I -

-- I The Ponsacola train due here at ", i ito j BAY EXCURSION THURSDAY.Mrs. H. John-ton of Brou;;htou, 0.1., you can cure it at once. Alhy? in- flni "Fur"iturt" > go f '
head loathes I If I' 1 \\\r\
I clears the ,
'! "that often I wrk. IOU dill
:i ye-terday morn- : m reached the city at sH: > Then when vtrythin t'1e failed. I and strengthen the mucous membrane. to PRYOR'r :

'rimthe Happy: !. o'clock, three hourand thirty nUnI Allen will be in charge: of an wi* wholly eared by Dr Kin-/- New Care-s cou,;hr. croup. throat: :
1 and Inns troubles. Ah" .lutf'lv"afe Fishin
wife tackle of all kinds'
Di-cnweryfor'nn-untption My j $
I i
: excursion to the life saving station! : ,
.liplayed game lutes late-_. j uttered inteu-ely from As-thiua, tillit Acts immpdiately. Childrpn like it.
..,'r dtfeatttl their I on the steamer KuterprNe. Thurs cured Her and all our experience Haf -"' Pharmacy, John! Shetpard, i and good crab nets at the ]
j day. The boat will leave the wharfat :froe-; to show it i i- the beet Croup Sidney Kahn.Garden Willis Hardwacr Cos.
o rt' .d9to 't. REGISTRATION NOTICE. 5 o'clock p. m., returning at 9s0.; medicine in the world." A tri,1will\ I ,
I iI i convince It',; unrivaled! for hose the Willis
you at
.> en by a number I To those who regi-ttTed for the primarir- This I is an excellent opportunity for and' I

I : 1 iv-d a great deal I on June I:!, Diiiid 11: ;! the mothers and children to *wrap teed Throat bottle;*l.nugdfeaGuarau,l'C. and fl mi. Trill bottles Hardware Co's. LAKEVIEW DAIRY. J
rei i-ter in order _
[ will have
You to !
\V. --- --
the heat and dut of the city and enjoy free at A. f\I..mb\'rte'.
i[, to vote in the General election inj' j the surf bathing for a few hour*. \ bet for the 'I
t \\'. lieirne struck : November. The deputy registration'' Stop the Tickling, t I a IIIreSSeSThe ever sold here. IMIOXI; -II J. '
Kii Bickly alU lufliauunUoc t
)a ui U* Urout
lii Furniture
will their book. in all :, Pryor's I -
/Htwt< ally as- ;I 0licers open
I t ("'"I1'lr". I I the districtcoumneneing I Get Qur Summer Prices to
in MAGNOLIA : wa troubled with a hacking
September, two days ---
Monday "
I cough for a and I I had i
each week to register all who rei-'i.-I: |Ii NIGHT. TRAiNSATS.6:30AND: year" thought .. f'sars o Jt Best Milk in the
1PPER consumption, says: C. Un er, 211 Bean the ;: j City.Our .
I tered in June and all who have mlregistered. 9. LAST. ; TRAIN RETURN AT !I! )lallet... Champaign Ill. "I trieda 8fgaat.roLaytheditst.a!;; it,1.-- f
CES fS. AT Stock have
I Ii ll:5o. TICKET- great many remedies and I was under Only pure Water to
DEPOT. i i i the care: of physician for several : JDriLk. No Stagnant POJ}, within
i T. N. ADAMS, months. I u" bottle of Foley'sHoney Two Mile of Oar Dairy. Special

Supervisor of Registration.! KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. and Tar. It cured me, and I I You can buy l'l'I Prices to Hotels and Restaurants M

I 'i!I.- r will ;J.MVP T flhTurtirr II 9j;{t have not been.troubled... since." ; garden hose at the Willis : t'
Camp: Frid i.vhhefit .
Pensacola Lodge No. 3. K. of 1'- ---- -- --
of the Ltldi"*' Self 1'roloction Regular meetin Monday night.An *vi5iltII -11' Wanted.lTANTKDMen Hardware Co. R. M. AVERY, Prop. I
.f the 'II I '-- I I Ii
Presbyterian I ;;. 11. at o'clock.. Work iu the' "--- -----
t .tnd crabwill bei.i demands that you be on the alert to full attendance to learn barber trade,
Rank of Esquire. For the !
i next
i -tyl-4. Train will Painkiller ( Perry i I IDl'is' I M only fight weeks required; steady VIRGINIA COLLEGE
i see that you get requested. Member of gi-tr lodge* praclheetprrtdirrcttone.etctools "t Almost t C t 60 lay -furniturf I
ill-pot it 7; :;*, in. and wbeu ask for it ; some pre OS i
p. ) you I Ii and transient brethren cordially invited ented. '\aiies :*aiortays, diplomas granted. at For YOUNG I.ADIKS, .jnoke., V*. :
.\ iMv'itfal!: evening 'dealers will try and persuade you to i: position* guranteed.; catalogue mailed (1.I '"
i I to attend. M. Pryor' to make room for I H
Opens t. is.
"J> ii'One of
iree. Moler Harder lending
W' 'itteinl. Fare claimed to he ollfgr. :New Orleans,
u ? take something ele, j H. A. LEE, C. C. 'La .. stock.I I KcbooU for Young Lad!!-, in the Miuth
1 -i: ; i iul- iM cents : j ju-t agood : init upon :getting; 1'.liu1killer. 1 HE'iRHOK;LER, K. R. I I h._- -_ -- --- --.-----_--__ '-_'__- : New buildings, pianos and equlpmeol I
i Half the remedy which ha been --- Por Hilit.I.t I Campus ten Here Grand mountain icene-
r11n'a1lI'Y of'a" famed for health. European -
family for

.turiiirg, keen cut- the years world's; it never fail'to stop doctor diarrl bow.el <*' "I I At Ftyor'sAll' kinds at nearly of Furni-cost, I I II I r >K house HhXT.corner orsalefor Cb'uand':!.test-a JJeVlIliers ten-room, FBCnItBI''E at next almost PO day cost? to for make the I'onservalory Klocutlon and Amertan"Mudent ndvania-i teacher from in Art thirty Full, Music conic Mtatei and of!!.
in the s-tomach or I ;;
water works
: atlachej
griping pain hou'6 in
Mowers at the I make room for ; eooa con- room for new ;; ock. For catalogue a4dri>itMAlXiK
!f'll bottlt3 dilton. lot ".root from o5rret
=, dysentery, etc. Large by dep. Ap- M. Pryor. P. UAKKIM. Hreildcnt.,
rl,Ird{care Co's- and 50 cents. I I new stock. I II I ply to Tboa. Maioaey. aim Hoanolu'o \a.



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Age brings infirmities, such as sluggish *

A, eid 1 Prescribed For, bowels, r :!: kidneys and bladder ,

g9 b 5 When Dr. Blank of fourteenth street, and TORPID LIVER. GEHEBAlSALNAVE Treasurer of the Brooklyn East End Art Club,

tr who isn't the most patent; of i.en at I I

any season of the year goes away for I irregu to thdr1t1 < ,

!; a vication nothins;; infuriates him so utt's Pillshave | Defeats Army of Provisional riENSTIIt'AL_ gener have more !;.il- a iI

much as the siht of an invalid. A I mothers and di ,: ..." s

moith ago he went to Atlantic City Government. of a woman's trou if they would use". '. JLies.

1 With the vitality at a ligence in the .
for n few days' rest and he had no ttc
J d a specific effect on these organs, tATTLE IN HAITIEN low elb, the blood weakened cines, obvrvtog :
settled himself! into the condition 4r r. .
sooner stimulating the bowels, causing them t .. t '
RE.PUBLIC.I the digestion disor p. would find thaiprescriptions :
of Icing an ordinary mortal thana to perform their natural functions ain a ."TS
andIMPARTING dered, she goes about pale- i ;: .
chronic patient of his appeared on youth Commandant of Firminist Troops ,, hcedhollow-eyedand Laggard them.uycurtS'!.. 4: -

his horizon lie endured her oomplaihts VIGOR -. To Route Soldiers of General Alexis a piteous contrast to credit for. t -a

all of one day in silence, but the next to the kidneys bladder and LIVER. t the blooming i health of "In consulting a. .

i morning she accosted him while lie was They are adapted to old and young : i: Nord, Many cf Whom Were Killed her former s'lf. But! over M..lJoJ N. Snl/1w. druggist he idvts:a M. .r..

smoking; his cigar on the veranda after ; and Captured. 1.000OOOwomenha\'efound Vine of Carrie 3 T .:.

I breakfast I will say In her defense I health again by taking Wine of Cardui. ford's Black-Draught and : ;

; Simple Indeed.It I Cape Hd4ien, Aug. 9.-General Albert As a regulator of the menstrual periods and have every reason to tt! .
and she hasn't
that she isn't inarricil: a
HERE'S A BABY seems as if the acme or frugality t
Wine of Cardui has been known ,
never lift
1 commandant a new opened up 13 m< t\ .
Salna\t. of the Ar-
father so she dldn't know what she IJ
had been reached: by a French officer to fail. It has seldom failed to restore health and it only took Ihw ...
I i was doing when she broke in on a tibonite Firml&t troops, has completely < i ..
who explained with health in the most persis
Its Mother ii Well.T' many appropriategestures perfect even cure me.
1nn's smoke. i his system of sustaining life defeated the army of the provisional tent and aggravated case of weakness. You may secure tJ! -.1. I

.' l <' > i- aatlt'y: ; bo 'tune (iurincj the "Oh doetur. Mid she, "I do wish on a pension, of Eve francs a week."It governmeu under General Alexis Miss Ida M. Snyder. of No. 535 Berren Miss Sny ..r, if y>mtaiv Vas It

J.. ..f. -T .1:, n IN t II' 'livr tilt I i oU'd tell me what to do: I JIM can't is simpleeree., jcree simple," Xord at Liml, capturing General Street, Brooklyn, 1\. Y., has used she tOok it. Tea : .

j- : ,.Ir .in,i J pure.y ve4et tale liuime1tLMother's : (j sleep at all. Why, last night I didu't he aid to tLc friend who had expressed Nord'a cannon and munitions of war. Wine of Cardui and she says it helped Draught is the compan. i

I once close my eyes" her into a new life. Health to Miss Wine of Cardui and .
amazement at his feat "Sun: Many ci General Xord's soldierswere it
deal She \
Friend I The doctor glared nt her day 1 go to ze Louse of a good friend, killed and a great number taken' Snyder attractive is worth a great woman with: intellectual bowel regulator wLuh ain .

,1 i "I didn't close an eye," the went ('111. i and arc 1 dine so Pitraordinnire: and prisonpis. General Salnave resumed an attainments young: and she occupies effecting a cur If \ .
4 V :hiT's Trend j a soothing, softening "I do wish 'ou'd tell what to do." I
i > me I eat so verve much hat I need his rr.arch of the Brookmedtcine3 according to ...
r. ..n.n_' !lout'.r ut. a niusi-le n..iker. m\i:,:- i it i no more on Cape Haitien an attack the position of Treasurer
| The doctor glared: !:alu. : till; Ycdactnl.iy."On End Art Club. This position relief and cure is B1mloe.! '
..1r jii'l lr.--1t ncr It puts nl'w j',"'n.trull" i I 01 which is Lowly eINTERESTING rl'l'tl't!. lyn East .
fjood Lord, madam," he thundered, of culture are cured quickly! ant ," ..
: fuIc lhipsofacoiiiigir.olhir.: ; zat day I have at my restaurant marks her as a person intellect ;

r !l i,. "i' c\t<.rn illy m:!.... tame i: "try ck"in:; jour eyes: How on earth one largeeree !large; dish of I DISCOVERY. I and refinement and it speaks hirli.' b'jause the disease has; f

'T i:". 'fl! alll swdluwtng of na ,tv drug: I[ do you exjiect to sleep if you dun ti'I : tripe and some onion. I abhor ze tripe i of the repoct: and trust her fellow Remember how Miss Si1! :' : .

i -.. '-n .1 5l 1 trr.itmetitstall. l j Was-hinjrton I' )st. women have in her. She writes: of Cardui and has h-ar ,
'', and onion lJ1'o-nl1,1 .
je ze togezzerzpy '
Site cf Masccut Old Indian
s ,
'i City .
Ti--.t: Uieiii.iUierduriiufgcstatioa medicines offered .
make "If women wouU pay more attention are y :
me M week as I leave no more Has Been I
. tn ir.'ivQ:: < r the liaNisition anti future Tie Folo7se11)ireetlon Located
l' \h hi. tiitis! + any appetite till Sunday.ou see, it Chicago. Ail :U.-The Rev Path I
t :" i : I Murpliy being sick and alone in his A !! '
i < ;.,,!.' v itr'n tu-ir ct>n<.itmii ail l : is verve simple C'osprotf. of Litton spent yestu: cabin! t/IunteeriHl take WINE of CARD f, -
[ hog
1I1 to care
.1 '. .1! in Her 'e.iKh, that of theiinU l ) II the guidance of Thomas Cuthero. : have f
: .: > r lots, (li-jxuil on keeping free of l+im. The patient had been petting The Iliillunil I'rlutnue. j
of this .
| city a Portaee.Vis d's
i .", i .ri, w<.rr\- .!I1llac1.Illh..Jy. Ie <.1! very little sleep, so the doctor J..ftOUle There is a plant iu Holland, known ii j jI _. says_ ..

j- .. 'ih. ,-r. strung d heart and p'urefal| powders and toM llogan to gin Muri as the e\euiiig: primro-e. which grows I paten to me iriDune, I'ompallnUti n _

u.n'L! ." ()tt \"r'3 friend can md l wii: phy one about bedtime. I to a height of the or sx feet and bears, II exert maps and documents with tn,

in it.- \.' i'< .ir.i\: ::
in,: "I' \.In '-. ... ,,t't :1.' t :11..1.n---oi.niu un went out for a few minutes and when brilliant that: they attract immediate I I Hope, in this county, which :Mr Clithe ,.
all h !I t u 'S tL'o! iii.:, rll..1! remedy ''. o --- --
he returned :Murphy was fast ash ep.'Ile ro has been tor years investigating:
attention even at a great distance but I i
(H .in" .t i'' 'p.'rledtle.! (
Hogan weut to the bedside, shook the' j the fact that the flowers whliu open Uij'on, will report to ffhap Messmer.of MOYER
sleeping man vigorously and shouted: Just before sunset; burst into bloom bo I Green na '. that the long-looked 'I

-- "\Va-ake up here, :Moorphy. till Oi suddenly that they give one the Illll'l'l's- I Mascoutens, the largest and mot Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stock

PLAYS AND PLAYERS. give( 'ez these powdhers t' ma-ake ye sign of some magical agency. A man celebrated city in Indian history and I' of Fine

_, ,, sleep!"Colorado :Springs: Gazette i who has seen this sudden blooming I ue site of the :Mission of St. James Staple and Fancy GroceriesNo

"The :- I ,
ii UUtIt'rj.uw;: it thorough renovation Somewhat! Plfferent. I touOuCd the land with a wand and Bend on the Fox river. I

fur Its rl'\htlut the Illinois: theater In''' ,thus covered It all at once with a gold- The city is reported In 1C75 to have i! TELEPHONE: : 327IOE
t'liieas'j on S-pt. 1. j., ea sheet had ?0 n001nffahitants. It was heard j I

II Ins llarritt Furl is niakiiu P *xl from as early as 1615. was visited by ,
Money 1'.11. WDOD.WE
1'1'010:1'1' ou tbf new play she is writ- Nicolletin in 1634 and by Radissonand I
Tarvenu was raised as genteel as i .
lit); fur J n turn O'Noill: and it is promising Croeelllrr In 1659. The mission |

: r\r.f.lii!;;ly well. you was an' I'll bet you a hundred on wag founded by Allouez in 1669. It EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH I/? TIGER 11\ :
It Come talks.
on now; money I j
IMna May will \>e seen in New York is minutely! described by Dablon in''
l ostlque-f your money talked the THIS SUMMER THAN EVE" PKFtliF
t-irly nrxt M-UMHI in a m-\v musical I 1670 I
way you do, you'd be bankrupt pretty Manjuetto on his voyage with '| .\\\ lule it;'u it was said that I'' Joliet in 167S.
I' NCll\
VIM )III.was. gulag to \\-lt\ Australia >!.
"What do you mean?" Every descriptive sentence In fie
|Il.r *li. r'lunH'llot'w YoiU.Mlsi .
"It would give itstlf away."-Philadelphia I ancient documents referred to has | Thompson Olsen cl Co

Kii-.illnr; lUitisoll did not0 Iiecord. now been verified and several other I! ,
li"l ''Mil I-! e-UUilin'r, but with her
'rt and village sites have been discovered Manresa
ji tnr! :Mrs. Matlw incidentally in the course of the
I fst mid H.reatiou ii <>:n .-t CONSUMPTION: 11iREA E fU. -- -
I investigation.
t.:" II.."t tifi .;Khtful, niots ia the! .\Iiir'II.oI1 "I wu: troubled with :a hacking ESTABLISHED 1863.
I.jlll.l ..>. cousri' for a year and I thought had> ....
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"n-umpti"IJ." C. I'ugT, ill A PHYSICIAN
.\ 1'.rl'I}..u. who was seen III s-iys : HEALED.Dr. .
Maple M.. Champai-'n. 111. "I tried i Geo. Kvinr McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
II..S i-uiiiitry In "The Sijni of the Cros" : practicing phyician -
remedies and I i
a im-at many was un- ,
".-\ iui y.':ir>, .1:..., will return to the cJt-r the c.\reof physician! for severaln'outhr. of Smith's Grove, Ky., for o -UKALESS Itt-
"I saw a ninn giving autos to
t :il'iil M.H'- t.t-M M>it-iOi its a 1111:1'I'r away I tuna Dike b"ttle of 1'oley'eHoney over thirty years, write.his personal j

"f \\ Ii 11.1111 illette's; company. da> and Tar. It cured me, and 11! experience with Foley's Ship and
lei's! ri rt.'l\; "". though an American, ''. "\\ hitYu: don't moan to say yo1'" have: not been troubled ,since." I Cure : "For years I had been : Chandlery Hardware.
greatly -
tt.ia .i.'ti-.l priht-iiially lu r.ngl.liid. saw a wan thins; away automobiles _'_ n __ I
i bothered with 80S AND 605 S. PALAKOX
"No; autographs. lIe was a literary kidney and bladder ST1CKLI.

star." Try one of our celebrated \ trouble and enlarged prostrate ....,.. -- ...... A.GENOY----- _

FADS OF THE FAMOUS t!I i II. 9' S. Felt Mattresses. sland. I used everything known to I REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROKHLINO'S "KiNt

I.lkc tli* (atchrr. They' never pack or grow : the profession without relief, until I GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUfeHELA :\' PI JJ >'-
4 ,
111I(Ut'u>. It li KilJ, as passionate- :! 'This is what 1 get for marrying a : I

I) lolul of WaU-riiiiluM 10,...Is. 1 I IS.iiiuii'l I astball player uioanr-d tileunhapry In inpy. Better titan a hair j! commenced to use Foley's Kidney I hun Csrdt.i Mitt CII*, Itutiei! lostrcnioU, Carts HUrl, lauCOMP8HK9.

I.d.tro.lstlu! wrote his novels '' wife as her husband l sought to explain mattress j jLIs at half the price. '[ Cure. After taking three bottle I LOO FTC i

,, vUiUuttiii1 iu a full dress &uit I I bt(' :trrhtl.I t lcn stat $ Ouina.PIMPLES. |' was entirely it relieved and cured. I C. McKenzie Oertin:? Collecting Agent for Bar Pilot-. t Ae.iciation

I ;.ir-iiiil! : 1 lllvlulioii loved cats. When !! "I don't Rt'C that it would have beer prescribe now daily in my practice ,
he ilietl. Iii. i i said husband and heartily recommend its u-p
faH.ritlI1 lira cat re- nay different the "if I all ---.
to physicians for such troubles. I
luwil.. eat :1 t!!nl hoon i-ri.-lioJ. i had liw.ii anything I bl'." 1 have
prescribed it in hundreds of
ll.iml.1 u..fU. when! traveling, to orl "lut I should think that the very eases with perfect succe." \V. A.I The Star

i < r dollar Inr three, or. if hungry, fvr''1 1'1 illt' l'lo's of your would In.; I'Alemberte,121 rt. Laundry,

.t.. lend then eat the whole hiniM'lf. i i duee juu tv make a hock run before I
iU-k." ";tiT wife bad plmplrt on her face but !
I Philip the duke of Jun.uwlI'C1Jt she had been maxim CAsCAKKTS and they John's I'ir.Cnrious .
iich time in coatrivlns trnpiJoora toMS : "I would, ray d-ar; I would" reI I Ewe all dbdppeareJ I bad barn troubled ai.d quaint beliefs still Biggest, Busiest, Best !
with for time but after pre-
constipation some ilk
i the husband, "if you wore a j
hiiusc and rouuils to slue unw.iry IDol the fir't Caictrec I have had on trouble rail in some parts: of Cilaiiil; conc rn- -
atcuipers In water bonoath.Net ma-k.-Judge. ;wits this at mert. We cannot speak too high.Igctfasearets' St.
Ins John's l.aasir5
KKLD WAKTUAN.fTX / f\u. atilt place

to iuney lU-nibrandt loved 1 :.Noali'" Trouble*. Gercuaatown Are rbiladelphta, Pa :, their shoes before retiring for the All Kvoniiii; Call on

I."hlll so well as his luoukey. lie "Confound that diiio"acrns'!" PS- I| night! at right angles, forming a T, reciting F- ...' ': '
.111,1 tears when lily niw died andpunt,8l CANDY I j I the luis: .-...JJ.d-- YUill' S\v('ll IVii'inN
daiull'tloilh it!> the ark g.ite curb IIi I 'Ii't{" t 7tr-r" .L..._

u iHirmit of his pet from i I lurch to s-t.ircoard that the! xx.ues CATHARTIC ll'iptng' this night my true Im'e to see \1' h 'f, '".ot ,fe. ,. Is .'.'''II will tiitd will bi u
tin place shoes In the j
usury.e'.tnik'r my form of a T.
dashed against the roof. 1 wi taL it ---t'! ..
loved pets and Lad: at one! S would learn to stay on its own side of under the idea tLat their future bus- ... 1'.iVt'd if you ore writ! '

tiiite ti\ .' rabbits three hares, tw o 1 the boat:" rAADI Laud will le revealed to them in .f. 4 \J. Jr\" r dre .ejaIHIYlJurlll'I'-, ;

iri.inea pii:<. a magpie a jag: a star1,i(1 Then Noah seized: a Laud>pike and NAIIA alalarIAD j't..II1II. Formerly supi t>r was placed ) I't .'yr..l:4',
able A '
:. j l ; ; woinai. "f .'
l iF '10
lim. t\xo canary birch two dos, a 1 I ttal'tt..ll.d.t1t'l'k to shift the ou the taMe with the belief that the 7J W; .
i cargo. I it. ,: '
.-tireil" eat and a Siuiml.. Ohio Slate: JournuLi future husband would outer by the I If' tP.- I' !'fI''jV'i..: ifi /.__.... always gauzes a intii! w ,.

, Pleawnt Palatable. 1'otent Taste d '>4. I>o upen ilour. There is, too a prevalentidea : II tinct+ liy the cotntni i
1I i Goud Never:;..c.en'I'a..m..or Gr'I*, JOe IxMtt '
that especially fortunate I t: 1 and hEj."f', into .
',, are the -t l. -r in.oreJ
He ( .n.1 III [
h I.'y's Kidney Cure will cure all| i : Tone ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... 11./ .r '
ari-ini ""-hCII they told him it was a prl.! .. ..,. ._ children born on :Sr John's eve, the ,. : '. withut.\ Wi .
fl'a-f4 ; from di-ordere-J I FlrtlB ItMiH; foe. 5.Chicago M .aI. % l rk. Ill i ; tt ;: ,
ki itiev-i or baii-l! ..r.-\\'. A. D'Alein-i;i he sailed and whistled '! One dirt !I rhyme running;: 4. t r ..1 < i .8; :. collarand cull-i I I.

t e te 121 I r 1'alafox. | la the World Tor Me,' but not for Mfl'TO'RIP 5ldantrntrampedhralldrarrita to LIKE Tobacco U.. IJ.. Under the stars on the eve or St John, Laundry--- .
I LuckytLe Labe that those stars shine on. .
II long. y
I --
-- -- -- -
The Cat NnMirr. !' "1Cbc not?"

Tl.o cat's spirit of independence Is I;1 "The nurse came in and said she" hart: in.r.on fr*. WORK c. o. D. Goods CalM for ni Eu.n' ; ; : :: :

the mont distinct: characteristic of her" i,i miscounted. There were two. -New Awarded at ParU 18

nature. As Mine. ile I Ciistine rightly '1! YorkWoild. TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST

salt, the's{ dsfferenee IInn,1. i
I'hlpipnatare U on every bar cf the nulneUlati'e WALKER
1I1If'tl"aolaKf' INGRAHAM
nrvonlin-4 to her M-ntiiaents su- Manager. I II

ro'rillrity! to. the dug: lie In her calm i, ":he doesn't have any trouble In PNA1AROCHEWINE 1 t I t Bromo-QuinineT {! ,
i keeping a servant girl." the remedy that core* cold In oneByvlrtutofa day I
1I1sl t'nn' mi .election which imnrlat I I
her lo ":\0. liar husband Is political boss of !I i TIME TABLE.
>ly nccon'iwnie* apparent < 'il- "
the ward
Ity. To the thu piopiietorsliip I.< mast.'Nhlp -
; ""'!lat has that to do with it?" CORDIAL \J.\"ttn': S.-\I.t;. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD
lie I. hit home and hereortsnlzt's
| ; ::tl\\ S Hhest:
recommendations for cure of Poorness j jct decree of forreloiurtnn- IS EFFECT bECEMBEIt:
\\'hhe has the hand.somest t. 10'11
without!: 1110'1I..n the man policeman Blood btomacb troubles and General Deb der,rtby Hon. L. J. R.\.-s. jufl: has '. feeds assigned;; to that beat"-Philadelphia .'i'\ Increases the appetite, strengthens i .l Circuit Court of K.eamblft I ouniv Florida
who uvl
piiul .r New
: on oceafi' Orleans
: she nerve* and huiUsup the enure aystem. / on the I.tth day of Juu". A. 1J. I>i-, tn the an"d Mobile.
\n kicks him with all the easy famillar'ty casfolA.A. Ki'-her against Albert Bur- -- -- --- --
t* rue Ilrnuiit nrtteand Maggie Kurnette his So. So.,. .
of o\\"III'r"hip. lie follows that wit and I No.2. So a .
PARIS John liurneU.lId Virginia Burn-tf, his 7:15a: 13:1Am 11:05 p Leave Pensaeoia.Arrive '' 'e, :
man undoubting and unnotloe-1, grateful K. you o-ra A To.Krnt wile, I will on Monday, the first day of Septeniher 0;:;", ft 2: '7 p 1:1 a Lfoa\'e.. t lomMon Lease s. a a :
for a word, even thankful fur au( To My Friends. % +, %.l. I A. U. tar!. st-11 at public auction in 11e' a s::t:! p I 255 a Leave .. Mobile Leave 1. ti I. I I
j I the city of I'ensncol'k. Klorida: to-wit: Lots .... hip 7jIJ a Leave s.! ... "rlo'.nlll Leave r'a
oath. I It is with joy I tell you what Kodol i, .os.elcentwelve. thirteen and fourteen I II '

Hut the cat is a creature of a urydifferent ] did for me. I was troubled with my ill, 1', hand Hi In block three hundred and North. _
twenty ctM) of the>e r City tract of frnsacola. -
stamp. :She:; will not even stomach for ;several;: month?. Upon according to map of said city publlilohed
''T' I too' to nor l>e tempted out t The Beer by Thos. Watson In ls-J. said property No. :!, So. ,. I 'o 1
conquer beiLgad"ied to use Kodol, I did so, i having a front of one IrJiilred and llf 5pm Jt5pm Leave P..n'"cola Arrive .
of her nature by offers! of reward. heIlbStlutl'ly and word;;: cannot tell the good it i I mT4disirert.. tine north sidnot Hatton e:13 am :57p m Arrtve.. 1I.1'anl a
I i 1 11:58 am .
( 1/:1.1'1 \rrtvl' .
by hundred and pm Humltlh&m .1..n s.4: am' III
declines! instruction thirty-two
; nay : ha done me. A neighbor had dyspepsi.i That ilt'feet!! and tit (t Inches on the IIIl'st side! 7J5pen 8:1'a u. Arrive! ..._ :Oa.hvlIle
even persuasion is lost upon her for Made@ of Jhtlienue., improvement 2:10) a m eli I m Arrive/ .., Louisville .........tu... i.. S pm"mTwOam
;;: *o that he had tried most .... .
thereon and the hereditaments 11:51am Arrive .Cincinnati.. Leave s. "
any permanent effect it may be do- and i pen ..
':i everythiu; I told him to use Ko- appurtenances thereunto belonging or 1:11 7'lam 1Irlp m Arrive- _.Ht. Lour. _, _.l.eave. I_ 1:1'. p m

1 hined luisrstir to La\e.of a cat You, may but be you; the cannot legs ;i, to Word from him of gratitude becau-e have I recomi come- D NNgISS I R r FMOV U UIS S any pU augtoawtvr ch-er.else appertaining w. C Deeds Special MUMtnK;at Master cost, of PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION. _

gotcru her nIII'djon. I I i mended it.-Geo. W. Fry, Viola, So.1Il-Ually No. 3-DaI .here time not .1I0wn't! No. 2-bay S .!

,; Iowa. Health and strength, of mind :'iOIlCE. llM pm 7:00 a m Leave.. .Penneol... ,..Arrln l' :5) pm-
TEX i-KXTs. WILL Brv trial size of and body, depend on the stomach 11:15 night 7:13" .. .. lnhl'mla ..... 111111'
;'( 12::<) 7:1" Ynleitra ...... 1"t1 "
KlyV Cream Balm ; euou;h to convince j I and normal activity of the digestive | Notice Ii hereby given that the nnler- 1 ::cI" 7:14 .. .....Lacawbia.: ..._ 10.83: '
i I Kodol l. the !I signed intend to apply to the Honorable L. U.3iI" .._ .
organs. great recon- VICTORIA :: J. Reeves, 7:2. 5lulat ..... ... I1A:
you that it is the greatest fjstructive I tonic, cures all stomach cambia County Judge of the Circuit Court. ts- It:3\I" 7M" .. Harp ..... ..... 11.1"
:: Florida at ten o'clock A. UI" 7:33": .......% ......_ "
remedies for nasal catarrh bowel trouble M-, altCity IJU"U
cold iu and August 18th,1
or indigestion 3
dys- at the court house In ; 7.3i" ..... ....Mllton. ..... .. "
MADE 11.1.1;
the had. Full Ize: oO cent,. All pepia. Kodol digests any good food BY ACME BREWING CO. Cotton Pensacola Florida for a Charter for the lea: am.._. "m.. 0004 Range-.,.. "

you eat. Take a" doe after meals Number Bcrewmea's Two Benevolent Association IM" S.U" .", ...... Holts .... ._ .. [ra ,. I
drucKhts.i We mail it. 1, Hargis' John BKSI tO-CEST: BOTTLE BEER which will be of Pensacola, Florida %:1'1" 9 81 ..... lilll"an __ "' lIt) .
Pharmacy Sheppard an ..
1 for charitable 2:a5 @:3i" ._._, .
ELY BROS., M Warren Street IS TOWN.DANNHEISSER. and benevolent CreItYlew...._ iU' t8i
Sidney: Kahn. for each others purposes; Chiefly to provIde )) 'M" .to. ...._.Deer Lane _. ,;53 ItBs"
New welfare
and interest .,
and afford relief : gad! Mossy head ._ t5 IJ
153 Second Street Alb:\uy.N. Y. BROS. tout members when sick 1:03" !IM" If .U II
There's lots of money to be made or in distress; also for mutual aid and It emnnlakflpringL .14"
Messrs. ELY BROS. :-! suffered teetlon in the pro. 1:14 Itu. Argyle. ...._ r.U"
In real estate-lots of it. A real es- AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED Cotton Bcrewmenin prosecution of our calling as I:") i: 7' ..Ponce h Leon_ :.!"
greatly with catarrh and tried ditlereut tate sign is usually a to cargoes. loading and discharging 11:00" JQIQ' _.We.tYllle_._ f.Il'i
remedies without effeot. After: wealth I I. f 1IJfj" 1fl5' .. ._ Car1'lile : U >
Thos. Harper itetey. Signed-Armstead :
I, C. Watson & Johnson, .. A
; Pre. 11.&' 11):") '
bottle of
Cream 'athtr. nonlfaY _
Balm 8.M
using one your j the Real Zack Mandt"Ule, E. H. .. ,
Co. leading Estate firm i Kelley, Wil 11:00" IIJU"
_Chlple ._ u e.1'
I found relief and I cannot Main Hou e-til8. Palafox Pam HowardStephen Burnetts. ) "
? 1171
praisetoo meet Willis 4:91 "
hare otters 111" .
which ..
some it wouldbe Gllf, Ell Johnson Jo-, L. ..Cotton1ale.._ '.14 '
highly such a remedy. 1 R. R. Exchaae Aikens Tom Tay. 110" Jl:25" .. .. .. .
worth your while consider.. Go -Opp. Union Depot lor, V. U. Gamblln,Geo. C. R. Holmes Wil Iarlallna 8.IJJ 4 S
!i, 1I5SC \VILL\KD.. and see them to-day, and don't wait P. 0. Box 2S1. Pensacola, Fls. liam Thomas, (*eo. Latimore, Himmon Tao 7:3J": Jl Jll:.:. "" "" ._Cypress no" I II.'P

Sept. 27,195:: ). j I I till to-morrow. I Phones 11S-26S. Tbarernot l'enl&cola.l'la., all citizens of and residents 0 7:51 to Itoi noon ., .,.Oraoct Mreah Ride_ "" I I 5.bJ'!
IlJoaw' 8
8U. t2t3 ArrlreiuyerjnnctloaLeavel 11.10.zv. ..
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FOR THE HOUSEWIFE Have'two incubators anti am very successful

but make more money with .

All Kinds of less work with canned goods than with .
Cures Cnihadrd CandJen.
poultry. Corn beans and tomatoes are 5e
The use of unshaded candles Is not
always a sure crop and it is seldomour
Kidney and Bladder Troubles likely to be a lung one, says the New fruit fails entirely; consequentlywe

York Evening ro t. It grew out of the always have something to can during (

K.dIfoY and Bladder Trouble, Rheumatism. popularity of the Jerusalem candlestick summer and autumn. I seldom, if I ;

u ad kinds of diseases produced by anx whose classic design attracted ever, lose a can.-Cora B. Eaton In'

.*'.* 'df uric acid. from its artistic effect. Naturally these Practical Farmer.

candlesticks do not lend themselves to I

shades, and so the unprotected flame Laundering Silk tnderwear. for Infants and Children. ,

HarrisLithia Silk underwear should be soaked
became the manifestation of
proper bump tlio -Ijriia-
half an hour in warm suds and ammonia The Ivitnl You 1Il'elwa.s: Bought lia-
candle decoration. Hostesses find however

water, allowing a tablespoonful of tare that not only is the shadeless
Water ammonia to a gallon of water. Rub personal Miper\'Uiou: for over !;0 years. Allow no HMO /
candle often dangerous, but It be-
gently with the hands, squeezing, to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitation and
comes unsightly, and its big, flickering but Do not tho t
pressing, never scrubbing. "Justngood" are but Experiment, and endanjivr

Ii recommended by the best physicians all flame steadily before the eye Is unpleasant be too generous In the use of soap and health of Children-Experience against Experiment.

.:. r the United States. For Bale and fatiguing. The other aft never rub directly on the garment

-chipped anywhere. everyuM.tre ernoon at a gathering of clubwomenin Use only in solution. Rinse through The Kind You Have'Always Bought

a fashionable drawing room a large two clear warm waters of the same

Nothing Can Compare seven branched candlestick bell: in II.strnight temperature as the suds, adding to the Bears the Signature of
last water a Rttle ultramarine blue and
row seven tall lighted candlesof
,. ::i> LIT CARBONATED WATER for table use. HAKRI: LIIHUN a teaspoonful of liquid gum arable.
ALE IB the finest of all ales. I bright; green. The candlestick stood
KK Smooth out and bang as carefully as
on a polished table and just at one side I
possible in order to avoid the wrinkles
Virile for Free Booklets-testimonials of cure, nalygs of a Jar of rich brown glaze holding amass so hard to iron out of silk without

t. t< show to your physician of flowering twigs. These leaned
Injury to the fabric. When nearly dry I I

over pretty[ near. to the candle flame, press under muslin.
Harris Lithia Springs Co., Harris Springs, S. C. 1 In Use For Over 30 Years.
but when that flame
was perfectly upright .-r n...". .3........ n .."..., ...n' lw ....... enNG
I I and high it safely cleared the Dainty Furniture .. 'i! !"c5"' H1!. _
twigs. The speaker of the afternoon An artist decorator says the finely -- -- -

Ut; ON OH TELEPHONE stood at the other side of the table, but carved Trench: walnut in the exquisitely Woman !

her half hour's talk was greatly interfered delicate natural wood color I is the / Every
M. W. MARSHALL l' nl'ola. Fla.t '. .. I
" with by those seven Meters of best for drawing room furniture. The 6Oi tfrnji- i .. W I :
liht.s the wicks burned free the caning may be in the I.tiuis1'. stjle.Sometimes r & ,1 '" ,e 'HR\IL\\hi; li'n Spray

r,1 tall flames grew more and more supple a more orllhiry0UIl is : ? 't1... rw, '....I. I ,''
I II I Moorish Slavrrjr.It '''''''' ,;OO-
( IVr ii Sara n. and stretching. movement used :: -L : .
With'rry and rs then painted to out _
wottl.l do those good who write carry .,:;,. 1:. ':.... ,:: l
' ju Ilowsi reccrlly: went I of the speaker a current IIf air was set the room scheme. For summer especially Importers, and heaters' 10- 1
pa-;ioiiite! : articli's on Moorish slaveryto I ... t..r 4rcvM Ark f" .
fat .: expedition dmtiigj I II I in motion that sent the flames reaching;: th'-se frames are more desirable If. 1..1I I'r.i iM ,
K-O tliefll fat lazy slave of Chinese and Japanese 1 .. .. ,. \
, i in in n trap. They : I out to the twigs In most distracting with flue case seats, which' may be I ''l\t.I.' .|l > '. !f ,
: Wi7..iii ItmnsliiK! In the: Min, kit pipein fcd"d+ toward nislitjjU fashion. Candle shades growtsi flab- painted to match the wows!. In white, Goods I 1"1".1.1 '. It..i. .IHI. ..j
nioiith and scarcely dning a strokeof : Fancy : i i. I
d I in where tly hud i orate, and many of them are far from with the wood in a Wedgwood tint ,.. ...i! ..lir... *l IKIHUnoni <(< .... r
w..rk from wti-L's oiiil to week'send. :
Wi'i ., :.1.,1 were j.rowd- I' The most ordinary Knslish kltthoninnid I I bfing artistic! or effective but In their tlioy are very ;:tan!. FINE CHINA TEAS, 1.'l'Tlnh', Hidg. :N.-.. risk. ,

tej ''n they dbcon'rl.I' best form and propt'rhy protected with Such drawing rooms have panels finished 31 South Palafox St.
would aecmnitlKh in a c-oujile
i '.ui-w the to I mini they to bo. then with those
jyt way prorwtors seem on corners exactly: Fl.i ,
of hours what \Vazan lave doe in a Laundry Oflice. 1'ensacola, O'J'h.
dolt :. .'!:' they had most hnlo) mweli more satisfactory than of the furniture. :
week. All arc free to come and K n as I ,
i to
I I !hate been autli" mt
d tl I let" try as they : unshaded candles.
TWltl! i >t ;:,t the bit into I they please. but none avails himselfof Tti* Truth Ton'Much. --rrr it. )(.ft < -cll'tilul'! fur Will. Jfumng- .
M I list one of them this freedom. The reason is nut far "Jedge." said: the colored' d.-oiUT. "is L _.."h'I' I. '
apt; t W-nyhing )Mnrhn ?, : paper
rtduw' .: sad bid coropanI to seek. In Wazan they are fed and Leonard I!. ISrook 1 has invenvd n I expected ter tell de tiuthV i Three tiny' p-uea! :ire supcr. r :: Tne puce is. fl.OO per year in d-
I clothetl by the slie.m.'fs and on !holidays "Of mire.' '
Slid washing machine to work with the old course you to lUIiam >f ( P vuic Those Je-iriiii? the paper
and feast days receive presents vt "
"'Jdl.I! T .it are you going fashioned tub. It I is an improved ndap \\.n. then des go ahead en sentenceme ('o'IIC't", sail Inie' I b3'8'1 I aeudiug *
can Kivf I ittrt t" th ni by
I money.TLm fust. -Atlanta Constitution. :
"snow. all the necessities of life arc tatinn of the clothes pounder of the 1'.er .'III'P 11148 I. lint fl.00) to tit. utidt r-iyiitrt.!

"To K1". ? '.' v ,1t] till that brute found them without their hnlur; to long ago which it was customary to -- ,s".. I aa1a.. "III.t, \Iy... I II. ;M. Hilt HE.I .

JJIEJs: '(s' .' r ;"1)'. And they did. use in connection! with a small cask to GOLD Dl'riT. Vie. \,111) 14' AI' nlr.GI\7: I! rare l'.niy News.
work for them which otherwise theywould I,
-St. Louis Hi ;.\. ..lIc.D.ph1l1l'a' hammer the dirt out of the clothes instead 7
he, olilictl to do. Nor Is it only
of rubbing! them by hand. Thr "Let the GOLD DUST twins do >our work" .
the necessities! of life that are this
L..v* r.iv Finery. I pounding;: head i* still used in the new THE GARDEN SECTION ;
fi.ul'l'lit'tl! to them free bit they are
Stnnje it : ':. el'Ul. the elephant I invention but with this improvement, j
:given each his rom to live in and married
II jabslui. iti, : f ,J of tincry and delf'sts that it has a spring to lift the head oOFoPensacola
I nt the expense uf the Uiereefs to
: to K If decked out with after each stroke, thus eliminating fui
lave vomen. Their children. by law
firjei'isT. -. The native princes Florida ;
so'mi.l .
slaves: are not necessarily are
<,f lj; .: particular in choos- tisdl ore ,
often apprenticed to workmen to learn

I 1:51 r '.ants- and will give some trade or if they wish are free to ,wr Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus
t'i: animal that ext f ljTHE .
., Miewliat; fanciful seek their fortune in other lands.: 'x4rd

markwuull'sIIazin: \!.
r. ted. For these Beautiful Lots for Sale. I I40x137Ji

nf silk so heavlI I I 0
A lucky Kut-npe.
.1' I that two men #!Jd .
:.:t them.-I'ear- I I An elephant hunt on the Mnar river I --- 1. 0 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord
is desoribeil in the :Straits: Times of
ing to location and surroundings.
Singapore. The beat turned hunter, ;
-- -
and the man. tiering: caught: his foot in Don't plod alore ike your ardmotner: dij. before Pieta
't Till- ?!-,. a rattan creeper and fell! lie dis- you. scouring and scrubbing bending and rjLC.-g: Exceptionally Good ,Neighborhood Jleautiful
do situaiiii Lands.
\1' idet't charted his rifle, however and that GOLD DUSTmake High, Dry Fertile .
--- --- "
fortunately frleltcii l the uninial

The Tiuirs continues: "It i b The opportunity for investment over
'. away. i hmisewcrk easy It cleans everr.h rg and grandest
not every man who has the cood luck injUres r.:.-;tt.ig More ecotium than ;.Jp. offered inPensacola. '.

'j when pursued by an dephant to !b" Made inly ty THE N K FAIRSANK COMPANY.CLeagr .
so that when tl.e New Y-rk Bos S! Lc.o
crossing a
,i it'''" OVAL FAIRY SOAP Home Seekers Should See These Lots.EL .
.'. !, .. .. auinial has carefully kneaded his pros Makers 01
crate foe and passed: : alouj thinkin-.'
the said IU1T.U\EI CLOl-HDi I'ot'Sl.1h.: '0 9 9' CboErL04b'09 Clix"b"tosCorner
him complettly puherized

t/.e '. ( >n| e ii..f ,f I man tliouUl come up suiilins behind ly half of the lal">r of operating I' >

the elephant none tl.e worse for hisuiassaire machine. The washer i Is clamjiefi on If You HaveRheumatism
''.' <':iiiii'ti I I Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets
'i i I : treatment This actually hap- one side of a common washtuh and

.,y sure IK.'iitfd to :tnoll known mail In the \\ hell not in use: can be swung; out of ..Lt... (

i I" "' t'on-ititu- Straits Settlements. the ray thus leaving the tub open fur f. C. BBENT, W'd.11: i KNOWtKM. W. K. in Kli 1 1! J" Khl-nr;

/! 'il --i i icausedmi the iinsing; of the garments as tin ire l're!Uent. Vice l'resldent \ a' r'rr' \r- r.kbu- ,
II of the niuI "'I had: sialetiin! Its wor-t form" retuo\ed from the water. \Vluu the

I i'r.Ca'h ian'd write: Marion L>*P of Dunrfith, washing; is tinKlied the marhiwn ." _.A.T_ _

'. you halveulperfeetlh lud. "I tried flightphy-icians be folded up and placed inside tin- tub .
'I 'eC- out rflitf. Only three Imttl-4* of FoIpy' or may be suspended frum a nail 1 in the! URICSOL the gnat tectle.lcn.1oreI ant".. First National Bank '
IItin.Jd"pll i iult ,; Kidney Cure made in.a welllulls. Kerned will cure
amid I lIul.- ." \V. .\. ))'.\lell1h..rtt', 121 S. basement: or stairway.Make you. It also cures Liver Kidney and j
Bladder diseases, caused by an exct'Ka of
in b<> taken out 1'alafox.
uric aci.l. It never fills and builds up
', ,!I"d! tit IN imniial Money With fannlnK Ontflt. the health and Ftrerth while wing it. OF P2NSACOLA.rTA.
will be ilf!>trnyi'i' A rn! Sweden and Norway there art bottle. For sale
In Price Jl per
h 1-1 out of f'II ire It is used on the cook stove or out- not DXX--c.: E oT4:: 1 X4.
for One of by drufl>:is: If your druggist ran ,
homes ;
I 11 !L. which i ir. iiotl.ins '\'t'rnl spinsters. t!<>ors in the shed. 1 buy cans tnun :I1l11I11ufal'tUl.t'r supply you it will tot sent prepaid upon ,
WM. H. KNOWLE3. W. A. BLOr.N'T. F. c. KKKN A' S: HVIH. Jf
d coiulition ..f theho those at least is as attractive as It is by the hundred mid can receipt of price. Address
It is a monument to the memory D. O. RHEM. ;
uni'iue. nil kinds of fruits, berries and Mgetables. -
Urlcscl Chemical Co. Los AngelesCal.
i MuiiiJivil: Dollars of an e\ceeUi/rly wealthy old ,
I I'.':1 ftw.-.< (i-ait-i'd by who. dying more than h>IMJ years Label them nicely with beautiful or the ft.I !

I 'niimt inSimi: bra curwi for cir-by\ ago tll malt the 1-i't old the maids major: anmni partf his his: descend fortune mere lithograph trifle, and labels they are which ready cost for a Lamer; & Distributing ai kin Drug Agents.Co, Atlanta, 6a. rijm n m te; Wl f t t ui Sdi a 1 I

market. I hate no tumble! to sell .it n U

\ II( ('11 Toledo. 0."rtors"elufa'cfa. ants. .\ sujK-rl home was built fur- good price all I can put up. Tin- demand ----- -- ,

i-' '. 75c. nis-ln-d and managed by salaried trus j" ;greater than the supply! ', I :i:> tf1f''We draw our owu Bill <:f Exchange oa ( .U\ ltd tsatn I nh La

tees. It flourished and has continued.Any raise turl-j'xs mid chickens for market. i DllECTORYI Germany.; France Antria. Italy, Holland. H 'alil. B-lR'laij,, Ko.*i* for
\ ] unmarried woman who can prove
: of LODGE wsy. tiireien Denmark and other European C tlIJU'If'II.lrVe .
blind relationship! to the founder
"':rich we u'illsell Cure Eczema and Itching Humor
I the Institution is entitled to admissionto Through the Blood-Costs Nothing I Bel" DIbari'led' upon 'hoObllgationa .\ o fo'l\'ft.rl1.f! T''rrktitls ,- ind "1..1

I/'II'S/Oll -J' fJUillll. the home. She is given a suit of to Try. : KNIGHTS OF PYTHIA Taken Pay able al Tort of fl&HIf'Uinl 't"L3S"Safoty "r ulfleat Ullyl !

.. s'n'J.nt private meals and is alter Vessel Arriyea 1 there., t
octnj. .xJ'fin on rooms a U. It. 11. .Botanic Blood RIll! i-1 I fo'
subject to no rules save such as, ordinary l>n""la Lodge, No. 3, K. of p..
i .i regular;: meeting cl now recognized: a-a certain and -tire i|I t Deposit Boxes for Rent in Cnnneotiofi
good behavior demands.His meets every:!" Monday eyea
Vii'jical Soci8j e: cure for Kczema. Itching Skin. H u- | Ing at tilet i it Castle H.l with whioh we have a ?l'h 4Auvtxaent for ttle) U...
Health otfce it i iI I- Scale: l lu the Klount --
morScab, Watery >li--1 i Renters.
Knlldlng third Boor
I i ->ity.\iiir. 12 anil 2ti Sight Threatened.
tors. PimpleAching Humor I l d" Vlaltln orethrea coMU
-loiam are cordially: While pieMekinr; li-t: mouth my : !Il welcomed I
i. Joint llrtil*. Carbnncl1'ricklin.1 i ..J 11 \ 1'1-
I I". XV. C. DEWBKKV, 11 'year-oM I by wapoionei; by Pain in the Skin, Old: I'.atiiig Sm <-. 'e' H. HORSLF.RK I

weed nr pi int." i.vW.. H. t'leeretc.. Botanic Blood Btim K. A 101.
: I-i "Hn rubbed taken internally, cure* the wor-t mduiitt -- ----- -
IM ,, ':1:. Dibble, of :Sioux 'ity. i
prti.ic.ent'l deep.,eated case; byemifiiii! ,' "
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: the nit hihand: It i to hi-
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h I poi- jiurif i ing and'il.llizing the ble'tithereby t I I ,
: eye and for -iwliilf w were jfr.uJ blomlu Again '
giving a healthy .
UQLAY={ I hf would lo-e hiiiu'ln.! Finallyineighbor : : ply to the -km. ]:..tunic BJ''lII 1 It! ,i !... .. '.. '" I ii
rHcouimei'JeJ !)".Vi lt', I"; the only cure, totay curd. nthee The parka bpo.ltf n :, 1.-'L. _
.pIII.1 i awful, annoying; ;kiu tr ''iiu hoi .
: Corn ffleal Mills.V \vnelillazelSaivP. Tlic fir-t : Other remeiliemiy relieve. but l n. e madetol J Jr, r 4Jltj f. or.1 ,.

c'iti.a' helped him :and in"a few dtvsh B B. actually: cure, heil"vi v : ',,: ::':: I':':: '; : !

ut: ! diraecuts, burncal! 1-. woundinect -. i ., ,. ,
the kin. Build the .... .. ..
health to up
/ I
,. :i-'trM bite-, I) *WittVnch llaz t I Iile 'I." \' 'o' _.(t ,
broken-down bdand nnktcue III, .er, 1. o' ; :, '.. y 4Ml
\1 > I'l'UKUKOUNI i.: ''lIrf' curf. Helifvepiie- atnee. ; .cot I. II'. "I. .. tGe .
and K-pe iiadvieJ .
1:0\ blood red nourishing. I
l '
I'.ewjire ,'f counterfeitlI >r- WHISKEY 'I .1 \ ... .."r.... .. .
l'U'h FEED.Iii ; I fur chronic oli ca-"* t .r :S'L- \1- ...". ... .. .
sN' Pha-mucy: John :o'la'l'puJiiS- I I .. ..
1'1I1u-tr, for there ni doctorpatent uiediciiit'e: mid not d/mr've. e.d.! \Ii t. t f o-a wa '
: .11 tiny 'ourM..lanC: UPKahil.. wtJ' f.... t .,A ,'r.J" W. tor r t ..v r ''1. w.w"r p .j ,
I -prt.g; fail to cure. Druggi-ts.;; 11. Ooidintdala. at 1ft" ?_ u.:, ." .' W. .r- t.. I w ,.. w. I I

.Ham.NUnalftctnrer ourn<" home ladat ,- I household To prove B. B. U. cure, 'ampleut =o I&&n ID.<1u frw D daa. ..I aw n.r.r.AIoL t J .llilllll'l.. I ','.." I" .i.-i, .. ." .. .. .... ... ..
I .ft in the community J Seasonable free and prepaid by writinz 'Bloi d cZ Isssw

1' 1\1>,m' medical advicetut
: and free
csisfot labor. lou owe

if'.>it- to> luwblcli your lire led I 1 ll'illls{ Hardware Co.'s. i I I Jtteaf'd letter sola IT Daacfieissfir bras. I

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k'P I yro-R PRKAKF-\ST5 SATISFYINGK >. ARE yon aware that your grocer hfpa m.\\ wheat and malt rerrel'

PROPERLYOrRISIIED' called "FORCE' that is temptingly delicious, that contains, even clement IMCC&-

% 'li.] \iifR nR.IXCTIYH AND ALERT AFTER MEALS son: for the proper nourishment of the whole body that digests MJ quickly that

V'L,1[ 'U' TROUBLED WITH INDIGESTION ? a mental progress is not temporarily stagnated, and that will cure ilidilttIotlOO 1a.




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i s $5,000.00 .* t . | GREATEST VALUES.

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:Worth of Summer Merehandise i ito .: IX THE .:1,' WE WILL TELL YOU

.i be Sold During this Month. 2 AUGUST SELLING HERE IS YOUR GIN : HISTORY OF THE STORE. :. I i'

NO -- -- ----
Embroideries and Laces. this much of t!.* great fHOK: N E\\ -
Goods Department. CARPET DEPARTMENT. I

HALF PRICE IX FIGURED LAWN: Velvet Carpet at .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. . .. ...6uc yard 1,000 Yards Emb. Beading! :, 5 and lOc yard I that on :-;ATl'IWAAnn -T ..,1. ,

White X-l'.ar Muslin Icyard Brussels Carpet at .. .. ,... .. .. .... ... .. ... .... .uOc yard 2OOOYardsXewEmb.Ed es we will s-tart our great

Fine Whitu Goods .. .. ... .. ...lue yard Union lusrain Carpet at..3. c yard and Inserting .5 and lOc yard I

Piques, Tennis Flannel (Hllitea Wool Ingrain Carpet at...... ...... .... .. .... .. .. .... 35c yard 1.000 Yards Torchon Laces 3c: yard
Cloth, Woven Madras...... ...15c yard Rugs", 25 per cent OIL 300 Yards Black and White

(On Counter.) Remnant Lineoleum at Half Price. Lace! Bands (Fine Goods, ) 5c yard ODD AND END SALEto

300 Yards Linen Emb. and Inserting;
Half Price.
odd at
Lace Curtains, pairs,
Summer Underwear.
with Linen to Match, at Cost.
Lace Curtain, Entire Stock, at 20 per cent off.
CO Doz. Ladies' Sleeveless V .ns..2 for 5c

2.J Bleached Doz. Ladie. .*.'. .sleeveless..... .... .Vests. .. .. .,.3 for lOci Gents' Furnishings. clean up all the brektb lot*, id :

:: Doz. Ladies' Sleeveless; Vest, [en'6 Bleached Lisle Vests, Sleeveless, plete size* and the ODD.: AND El'-
Taped .. .. ..... . .. .... ... 4for23c Vt .:. 3Sc each
15: Doz. Ladies' Sleeveless Vests, of the Sea-ou' bun! .... Ttwy .
Lisle Thread..... ..... .. ....20s each Gents' Straw Hats at Half Price
JO Doz. 15oys' Shirts auJ Drawers SPECIAL SALE MUST GO, and WILL JO., at the pr.', .

Halbrizaran .. .. .. ... .... ....40c suit! tt.
25 Doz. 'len'Shirts: and Drawers I tI. -0 F- i<1 Shoes. we will place on them. Watch TIT-!:

IhlbrJl! :m ... .. .. ... ... ....43c suitt
fi Strong Point Oxford for Boys. $1.50 DAY'S i-suewf thl paper for I'Ril'Iand -
Waist and Skirt Department. LACE CURTAINS Ladles' Oxfords: $200. .. .... ?1.65 keep a look out on out showdown \\ i I.

t RL Ladies'Straps, $1.75..... .. .. ?1.3s
; Doz. White & Colored Waist.35c; each it will be l'etraoola'e Off/at.
L'.j -
Id Ioz. Madras Wants.. .. .... .. ..50c each -AXII:1 Ladies' Oxfords, $2: .50.... .... Sl.SN:

5 Doz. Chainbry Wains worth Ladies'Straps, $2: .50...... ... .. now $l.97Men's Shoe ,rale. DOXT 'ROBT 1HI
I i.TOtof!. 5, for. .... .... ... ..$1 each fe ti DRAPERY CURTAINS
White Duck fkirts. ... .. .. .... ....-j"c each 3 Low (Juarters in Proportion : DATK.MEYER.

Colored Duck Skirt*,.. .. .$I.COwere *1.50!
is Colored Chambry :-;Skirt$1 1. were |:2 50 TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. $ Hardware. ---- -

New l\'onl\i'alkineakirta,. ..#:2.50 to *7.5o :.. ,
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.---.- :'" :: -.P. ;;;;"' J* .i.*.'* _sr"'VT> ""VT Y!
r Ribbon Bargains. SHOE CC
Hammocks, Single and Double Late-t
All Collor* Xo. fit) Taffeta Kibbon He: yd JUilliam Ion0ou & Bon. Patterns Cheap.
All Colors No. 40 TjlTeta Itibbou loc yd )
2u"i Yard. Fancy Ilibbun :It. .. 5c yd 'I Enamel Ware Blue and White, Big Stock \ I'ftt Funli,her* for ( ash IInl,.




DAY AD NIGHT. 1.; w'l. t Intviiileiiciii Street.

!I The atoryof our foreign commerce Great Clearance Sale
. :
WEALTHY DRUMMER ARRIVED in the fiscal year HVJ is told in outline POU & GINGLES, Managers.

in the opening pave of the annual -
."h JI. illINNIt.Monday : .
Treasury V(4"
report of the Chiefof the
Bureau of Statistics a* follows :

SUNDAY. I The foreign commerce of the United F R. POUt August 11th a'

I Mates in the ti"cal year I!/u2 was "

Judson C. Wilon a wealthy comuitrcial larger than in any year of history ,
except I.II)1. Compared with 1W1
man Philadelphia, rep-
there was a redaction of about $lo( ,- 17 West kUndencia Street. Office Phone, 31.: Residence Phone, 673. ..
iv-entiii.j; the American: PreservingCompany
omiU"JO" m exports, and au mceae of FOR 30 DAS
of that city, arrived here :
I i I about 0IK.'J,000 in import The reduction Of the 3.LI\JIUtJO> reduction in the :

;f Saturday! afternoon in apparently: i in exportwas chiefly due exports to the I'nited Kingdom, STOLE MONEY -- *

: flue health. Lat night at 10 o'clock to the shortage: iu the com crop of about ?31AO.Ouu( ) was in corn $11.- Tim mean a General Cleantu; Out of ail hm, .s

lixjl! the reduction in the price ofcotton Now i H the tune to take advautttffof the
! I I 1 wa a dead man. I 000,000 in cattle aud fresh beef, *5- I AND TOOLS ..
and an unusual home de UuO.uOo in and U\JOWO we are determined to hat* a Ueto.r.It.I..r
oats, over H ,
Hi* body will be hippe.i to I'hila-
1 maud for iron and steel manufacture iu cotton, although the quantity of.. -- in each! and Every Department. .,. '
. I d.'lihii a* soon a* ar-
necessary '
: *. The increase iu imports was lit
cotton exported to that country increased Anthony Payne, colored, was ,
ttl; :t11etIt* can be nude. Com- chiefly due to larger demand* for meantime 11
about 9ot)),Oti0
i I taken in charge by county oliiml SPECIAL 1 :
I '..ttutc lpnn with relatives! and tl.e foreign uiateriil; for use in uianufacturiujr. pounds a compared with the year FOR .
; thi morning:; on a charge; of petty
ore he represented wa e immediately preceding. Of the tl'J- ii
I .-curly this morn iii. The *liortaje of the corn crop of ,. (.11akreductionin: export to Germany larceny. 10 Yards of Scotch Lawns for 30c :

lltoi, due to drought. reduced the $14,000,000 was in corn and Last Friday Payne borrowed some
t' :Mr. Wilson registered at tie! :Mer-
exportation* in the fiscal --
corn year
about $ ,OW.OW :n cotton althoughthe
'_ c'.auts hotel, arriving with Mr. H. liHK, 150mM,000 bushels below tio-e! quantity of cotton increased pump repairing tools from two men Dotted Swiss in worth :III'. huW. ....
and failed to return them the
I! H. Kent: of Cleveland, O. He ate of 11)01! and canted a reduction ofjjUJIJWJ about :SMHJO.OIIO pound as comparedwith on Stripe Grenadine*, wnrtl. ".oc, now . . t.
$< in the value of corn exportation day he promised to. From one of :|
t -upper conversed with the local the year immediately preceding. I Egyptian Ti-ue, worth 25c. uow .. .. 4
: *. The export price of cottonaHra2'ed To Asia Africa and North I the parties Payne was :also allegedto !
rr're*eutativeofthe1louse! Mr. H, Black Finredwi.: .... -.
about 1 cent per pound be- America there was a decided increase have taken some money. worth i&c, Iln\\ .

H.>r-ler, and showed no 'iA'n i of illgun low that of the preceding; year, and in exportations. To Japan exports -'I By diligent; search Ofllcer Ray ..

1.-.;. although the exportation* exceededin were I2.ouo.000 greater than in ..
I found that Payne had sold some of YIII'I:-* ANMoi.s: T. 1'1"\1-
morning all IUt -' o'clock I quantity tlio-e of lull by abutl 1SH, and to China there was an increase ..
170 oixi.(jm) pounds, the total value of of ? 11W1 I the articles to W. C. Norman, from
'u" of the (porter wag called to his 11,000,000 over ; to
the cotton exported fell nearly y>:i- whom L. FRIEDMAN & CO. 2.
Africa, an increase of S,000COO= ; and I they were recoved this mourning -
asked doctor.
, ".m ana Ret a
Ikl1IArbelow that of liKJl.: I n iron and to Xorth America, an increase of$7UoOUOO. I and returned to rightful owner '
i'-f Clerk Bell was in tbd IlolHe at steel the increased demand at home, The increase iu 1

tuJ ){ hell called Dr. coupled with abnormal condition in import"l! 4 IJII IIU'HIH1J2I1I )
i Htun*- r. was: From Europe, ,( ; MOONLIGHT BAY EXCURSION. '

It i U. n-haw." the foreign market caused: a reduction aud Oceania, l ,\HOW; South' \L V Vrv; \) Y. r tl t!

1 1 1':1": doctor came at once and when\ of about 19CHKitiHt in value of America, -tiVOO.Ouo! ; Africa $;;,O\JIJ- TLe steamer Enterprise; will take -- 1
our exports of tlut clan; of manufacture 000'; North America S'ooOuOO.! : ,
.. -,I\\' Wil-on he realized that he excursionists to the Life Saving !Sta Thos. C. Watson & Co,
*. Tfie increase in imports a* already \\'ednesdaynight., leaving: Pala': the leading Heal Estate Agent- tak. rtVrIU (fICK'S
w ia very sick niau. Dr. lienhawr In importation* there was an increase tated, was clJifll) in manufacturers', fox wharf at 7:30 and returning at' all the worryoiltheiiouldtr- ..f t: e

m lined aud miumereJ t) him for : of { lJ IMMI.lM\J\ in material for materials which formed 11 :311. Fare 35 cent Refreshmentsserved s
a larger total owner of tt to. ,
tm the boat, including fish : property manage
I tiiiours.! leaving ai 7 o'c ock. use in manufacturing, ?:!II.UtI),llJtj) in than iu any preceding year in the chowder. Plenty of tim for "surf. i renting of their hone and t!... c,.I-l < tot

.f loiter be! returned with ]lr. Crey; manufactured: articles\ ready for con- history of our commerce and Indus- bathing. J. K. KLKI, I lection of their rent* a* cmm'!.- I
:uu'ttun and ?12,000ii>Iin article tries. The total importation ofumanufacturers' Manager. J I tiously a* they would tl.eni-flvi M etIli
i decided to
1 the two gentleman -- ----- -- I
'o. of luxuries but
' voluntary ue, etc. materials amountedto "b..oJ..r.. Their charge are very reaiiiabi:
1 ,v.- the *ict man rein >v >t to :>t. .1 decrea-e of $:!IlOOOt'JO in food sung A
1 419U,000, or $70,000000; more In singing his own soups Moore altered -
.\ htvpital for an operation. .:u1!-. Importations of raw material than in i III III
i tiiony' liwl, and formed 46 per cent the arrangement; of the airs nod j

i f'-! \\ .i- done at I p. m.yesterd'I y for ue in manufacturing of the total imports against 42 percent Lang; the first part of each terse twice | Hotel Camden : RE TAURn7 :

4 but' tie l did not survive. The '- amounted to Sfcis.iMi.ouu. which w\* in 1'Ail. Of this f41'uuOuuO of over ut the beginning instead of as a j jrefrain
f isOkOUt1Uinexce: ** of the precediiig manufacturers' materials at the end. Iu that glorious I ..
imported, III
iitL! 1 *a< due to heart trouble. Hew year, and of articles partly manufactured the value of $32SoooOoo: ( represented Fol,; of Liii "Oh. the Light lutranc' i t'.\)i111.\, ,\ 1\ n.\)1: I v. .. Mc.

..- uliotit i5o year of a. f and visited for ue in manufacturing the articles in a crude condition IRK':" Moore's own singing of It was a | A
for use matchless trintWith head upraised, Is Now Open to the Public
4 on numerous oce %->ion*. import* were #91t"00,00o, an increase; iu and I
r manufacturing $)luoOOuOar-
he seoniwl almost to revel in the fresh j I IDlor'II1 : DAILY MErit: :
t Mr. II. H. Kent who arrived with I jf fr.'inj0i i0. This briu;;* the total ticles partly or wholly manufacturedfor I III light: as he gazed on the under the matias.'inetu .. ..

\1'ilsousatcrdaywaverylnuch I importation of manufacturer materials ue in manufacturing. Of the "slght(; entrancli.g.\ and his eye spar- 'i .:. l 'I'I.rl..f' I, '
imported far above that of II *32: :"uoouOO worth of raw materialsimported ktrd as "tiles arrayed with helm and i :- IJ"tco H,.! II
'. he reached the t.otel MRS. S. : ... Aa
"a eked win'u MIMS
i in the of .
any rrl'cediuiyear history; for use iu manufacturing, Ll'de" seemed to pass before him i' kere "f t. \'. AA

t ,r- ntoruin,:: and was informed of our commerce and indutrie*. the rrincipal article were: Hides while a deeper fK-ling\ awoke ns the' ADining Al .
In 1 he chief reduction/ iu the exports tt sion! of the song came upon him. of Peii-acola, Flond '_-
t' a old griuleman'detth. and skins, $o!>11J1)1).4I HisOLV! rno of infinite modulation, i ci
sjvukir.,; of i-im he ".Iid : -I have occurred in the commerce with U"0m#; fibers, $3'2Ukt: iO); rubber, ',ut of small compass, row clear and RATES RI3A50NABLI;, :) AIi
Europo. Compared with the fiscal $23.i; >iHiOOu i III
;. bei-u travi-lhu: and knowing him ; copper, $25,000,000; wood thrilllnc to its highest pitch ns he I Ii Lallk I Ilrlttt
[} itt year 1011 the total exports to Europe and lumber $::$20Oi"uoO; wool fls- sang; : By the Day, Week; or1ItI1l/ ::.. az
f..r live yearand he was one of thenif't fell oil 12 .tX1tk)) and those to South II
f ".0i Irk; tin, $19i).lIIJ: tobacco, F15,- Go ask yon despot whetherHis I Table Furnished with the Pt tf c:- ( I larl, r.-
l i; and finest old !gentlemen I America *tSutHuOU, while those to l'I\lUI> ; cotton: $12,000,000; while armed Lands could trirg 11j'bhanjs Market Cord*. .::;.... : AM A1t

'.i. !have ever known He was worth North Amerira increased $7,000,- chemical, which are chiedy used Inmanuacturins And hearts as ours together.His ::: A
+4 I MJ, to Aia and Oeauica: $I3u: >.iO,000, Public Patronage Solicited.Free .
tiouand' of dollars. amounted to $5S:;,- sons was an In-pired recitative: .. II
,, and to Africa fSiH..',)JO. The reduc- IIt.I) J.While. and Lc seemed Regular Dinner DMinn .
y I .
Mr. Wilou. jut previous to being to improvise! as he ran :Sample H : :::_ fcd
tion in the exports to the United manufactures have increased his fingers OUT the notes, and as the I : III
i i t moved to the, was very Kingdom was K OOO.OoO), to Germany their importations of materialsfor tide of thought came over him It was Men.Sunday Rate Made t u Traveling I..). a

[. uuxiou* to see members of the $19iHJO,000 to the Netherlands frfI ,- Use in manufacturing, they have poured forth In harmonious cadencesof i ;ills f>nUr.. I'iFtle.l iitII ,

f Masonic fraternity, and asked; for >J.l\It', and to France *7Okl.t)). in many cases also increased their exquisite variety.! Had he been tied I cI :- lil'" I A
Xearly all of this! reduction i* trace- to a (chair with the added doom of a -.
tlirm.! :Mr. J. H Wright, of the I exports. The chief class in which prosy companion, he would Late exploded Entertainment C- IIII I ,
able the of last and
to drought year I
ttoneed oil mill heard of this today there has been a reduction in exports and gone off like a rocket or a i ::::- it .r,t'on\'i II,
the reduction in the price of cotton.
is, as has already been ruu.l.a 1
stated, bottle of pparkling ch:1mpagne.Wt'llt.mlnst .. ANick
and was very sorry that he had The great falling ofl iu the corn crop manufactures of iron and steel, in Review land Dance t. o* J ::- .. .

. not heard of it sooner. The deceased not only reduced the quantity of which the reduction amounted in -.. Ap. ,': __
Mason In hi h standing and available for exportation, but .
corn Crritalline
'U a I round terms to J20u00o00, while the Qnarti.Crystalline I -ATMagnolira- "* ;'
local member"* are interesting thsm- caused the consumption at home of total exports of manufactures: showa quartz is used principallyas XllxtfT Popular Restaur,

gMves in the shipment of the remains larger quantities of oats, 'so that exportations off of but $ a wood finisher, and the entire production 1
falling $
; thus
.,. 1 which were embalmed lastnight of oats fell oS about $$,- that In other classes of manufactures -- is of accredited this material to for Connecticut this purpose Monday, August 18th, 1902, I| rJ JJjI !vl.J I J I 1111

: at the undertaking parlors: of OOOLin ralue. These conditions, there has 11 IV
Ii been an increaseof Crystalline quartz is used also as an under aUtlH:If of _
Northup & Wood. with the increased demandsof -
exports. This increase is chiefly abrasive in the stonecutting trade, and .
.: For Over Muy Years. the home market, also reduced the in cotton manufactures: of which a imall amount of quartz Is crushed St. Anthony's Branch No. 160, I will repaIr T .* .

f MK*. WI? SLO"" '" HOOTUISO SYBCP hnbtro available quantity of beef and beef the total exports for the year were and sized and used in the manufactureof C. K: V I.. OP A. ]Jewelry In. lull"u..... r

used tot over 'i1l1'l'an by rulllioajo cattle for exportation and caused an $32,0.0C(!). being larger than in any sandpaper. Th'J>reduction of crystalline dtepbens
i mctbtri for their chiMron while teething, advance in the price of beef, and the preceding year. The chief increasein Quart la 4801 was 14.050 short TickEtS InclaJiiE! Tr osprt) taco, 25c -- -

with perlfcuuccesj. It soothes the child exportation of beef and beef cattle the tons, valued at "1.t OO, as compared /
the aliA" all rain.curt" wind exportations of cotton manufactures Save
gums. fell off about ). Thus the with 14,461 tons, 4ned at $40,705 In Mone ;
colic and l+ the best remedy for lnarrho 10,000.000.\ is to China,to which the ) ,
It will relieve the poor Mils sufferer 1mmHliatelr. ex- 1900. These values are for the crude The purchaser of each ticket will
: mold by Dra(5gut( in even part falling oil in corn and corn meal ports of cotton cloths last year were quart After it has been prepared for have a chance at the elegant prize j Lure at Marston : J
of the world. Twenty-flTe cents a bottle. oats and oatmeal, and beef and beef There will aho be handsome
Vt sure yon ask for"N WlusloWs Booth- 335,000.000 yards against 64,000,000 market its value is from three to four Furnitrl'f "
mat tfyrop.' ant take DO other kind.r cattle amounted; to nearly$9 ,OOOOOJ.. yards in 1901. and 12,000.000 in 1900. times as great for the best lady and Nize'I'I Great (
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