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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 12, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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

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Cincinnati, o.. AUI;. 11.-The forty Waiihl 1on, Aug.' 11.-A dispatchLas
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eighth annual convention teen received here announcingthe !

j Typographical union began death of Senator James ldlill:1n,1:

Hi 'usa nils of Visitors Flocking to its lesion ot four days here today of :Michigan, at his I summer at Has Been Referred to President

with all! the So:; delegates present andover Maachesttr-by-the,Sea. Mass. Death

a thousand visitors.: : Pike's opera was the result of heart failure following -

'Frisco. house was: crowded, including tha congestion, after an illness of a Roosevelt/

gallerit-b that were montly occupied veer few hours i .
----- by women wto are here for the first 1'11f news came as a great SHOCK ti i
I convention of the La :es' Auxiliary. hI!>- frIends here, as when the senator

I invocation was by J:('\'. George H. Edwards left Washington: shortly after the adjournment Special to The Daily News I.I

dally News. I -- I archdeacon of the =,southern of congress he appeared to I New YOIAug.. 11.-President

An?. 11.-The grard Ohio Episcopal: diocese, who was for. be in good health and looked forward Roosevelt has in his lands, according FIRE AT

.. Kl.lghts ot I'ytl.u HOTEL FIRECLAIMS i merly a printer. Addresses of wel with much satisfaction to a quiet ani' to The World a plan submitted by

ilthough: the uffii id! come were, delivered by Acting Mayor resuul! summer. For some years Srn- Martin Dolphin, former president' of

,.i.' r will not ret'eve i Charles J. Chrstlemund! ; O'Con atcr :McMillan has made his summer the International Order of Hailroa.l KISSIMMEE

1 ;......row. ThuiiadUii.- LIVESSpecial cell, chairman of the local committeeon home at Manchester-by-the-Sea. haying and Commercial Telegraphers! t-y

.t have arrived tram arrangements"' and Alvin McIUynoldb. erected a very fine cottage there. which Mr. Dolphin thinks the strikein

XVtiiutsday! morning president of Cincinnati unijnNo While no ir.tcrmation on that pOint the anthracite. coal fields could be

hat rrom 5o.; H'0 to TJ.K : .' 3. to which President, James M. has been received here the expectation ended. President Koobevt-lt referredthe Special to The Daily News.

', !biin the City to The Daily News: Lynch responded. is that his remains will lie takento proposition to the attorney gener Kissiniint'. Flu. \114. II -Flame*

,< >i the city has been San Angelo, Tex.. Aug. 11.-A tire Dd legate Navle. of Houston. Tex., Detroit and be deposited in the al's department, and it is now being were discovered Issuing: from the bupageroom -

.. a s. a'--: never attempt*.1 discovered in the andon hotel Sunday having been called homo by the deathof family! vault at flmwoolcemetc'r/. considered! by H. M. Hoyt, acting attorney of the Atlar.tlc Coast Llu>.

morning by the night clerk destroyed his brother a resolution of sympa The body of its son Captain John general. passenger depot at thin! place. and tithe

street will be toyS the structure entirely, burnIng thy with him was adopted and then a H. McMillan j who served in the Spanish This plan is to have the government hose for the protection of the

'. glowing electric seven people to a crisp and doing resolution of sympathy and support war and who died! several months exercise the right of eminent! domain bulldkg was In this mom and It took

j; ,cd ourt of honor at property damage of $7 ,U0u. Thw for the United Mine Workers in their ago:; rests there. The senator leaves and seize a certain number of mines some few m'ptif! to procure other

if Market I Kearney, dead are: anthracite strike was adopted. The a widow three sons. W C., Philip and aid operate them for tho purpose of hose it war tmpoitr'hlp to are the

: atrtets! is the most Mrs. Landon, wife of the proprietor following officials were appointed: Frank, all of Detroit, and a daughter. taking out all the hard coal require buiMr.! Hy heroic effort!' th* most

-H .<.' the display. For of the hotel. Assistant secretary John W. Hayes; Senator McMillan was, a native of by the government in its various buildings of the 4iragr and .xpree and every.

a .ua the curbs at either! Kd Hendnck. of Waco Tex. reading clerk A. W Thompson; SEC I Ontario, having been born In Hamilton on the ships of the navy department thin in the Ifckct offlce' wag lIulOd.

!!.g, there I have Lean? Mrs. Fowler of Houston. Tex., and geant-at-arms, M. Harry Lawrence; May 12. ISCS.:: but in early life removed -I and for all other governmentalpurposes. Owing tn tb> dliertlun! of the 'AILS

1.Ue columns outlined grandson messengers Frank Foxman and Aus to Michlean and for many )'f'arll. no other property ass HD aagt-r*.! It

e and loops of frosted Srbullopsky., of Houston and tin Davis. had been prominently indl'ntifi1with. The right of the government to In- Is impossible: tn tell! hn,.. the flrl' orl(1

c the-tu. In the ('Pt- two svns.All All the committees were announced the: business Interest and political lif:> tervene in a strike which interferes In nat*,i. Ian I..." bv t ntaninxiKcimhu .

and K'O; feet above the bodies that have been recovered the committee on law consistingof : of that stateSCHOONER, any way with governmental functionswas tinn or rats tnawlnit uiatrlir" an.l

> I, hur.g a disc l> are fearfully charred and in Hastings, Crawford, Benton Spires proved Mr. Dolphin contends, by thus setting flr. I""+ a plV: .
The Inside of the no condition to be moved except In and Olwell. STRANDED President! Cleveland's action In tk* ords hit h -ere -'nr-.j :n tr r'1I'D,

1 ",incandescent blankets. The convention Is of unusual interest ; I Chicago strike of 1893.: when he orde--

(;!ors of the or- When the clerk discovered tn* as it is the occasion of the gold I ed out United States troop' to I.f" p

l !ut'-one: string: flames the interior of the dining room en jubilee the International union GREW ESCAPES I, the strikers from Interfering with tu- DEATH CAUSEDBY

,: Pythias' shield! was a gulf of flame and he: could not having! been organized in 1852.::; There transportation of the mail

jtups From the: I get through. He rushed up the main are now ;5o!I IV( als, with over 4IJ.l'lIl'< In the present case Intervention of

.'. '.' tn diir stairway, kicking in doors, calling out members FEUD
( advocates. Mr. Dolphin
S;, :cial to The Daily News.Tin"a the kind he
f at the top of his voice and making
length :
1-i.t .., has I say, would also break the backboneof :
festoons noise in every way In his power. Mostof MEETS AT CNICCINNATI. -
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the strike by toning operators .
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''''I,er aboutra'e the guests were .roused by this 1
schemer ; to resume work in all!! th? mlns
the 1 I' I'
fnn UP I
i affair means and by the discharge of firearms First Convention International Stereotypes Special I to Toe U..lly.1. t
off of Clearwater The
just yes
.-t'; plan of as someof the first guests got I and Electrotypers., Au( 11 '- WvlltorivOreenway. ,
?fl was caught in ? sudlf .:-nail and .
out. Cincinnati Aug. 11.-Th first contention ONE DEAD a young wan llvlcc at
capM7f Her crew, crrhtetln: of
Q: ..:.;. r 'A'll!! There were 73 ppc!,!e in the house of the International Stereo- ; Liiik. In the rugtprn xirtion of this

a.... .if the r.t.C. and all of them got out safely with typers and Electrotypers' union was five men ram. \'N11Par Ulnp, : couctT Saturday; shot and klllwl an
drowned! as th -v did not have tamp
'lit '."Jf"rrn..c! salt 1 the exception of the seven named and called to order here today by International oth. ourr: lau by the* name of
to get irto the lifeboat The srhooncr ANOTHER MAY DIEi
a v .:. many tents tr.i tEree others who have not yet ben PnsU1nt James J. Free, of Long It seems that there wig 1&110\1\
if owned by Sweat Pro.of HIM j i.
a. ..!. III pt rtj, t nrd.r,. located, but who are believed to be \ew York city. feud between the two famlllen and ttt" ,
Fla.. and !is (reared: _
son. runnmsl.ttwitn
I. .. .. Tit.. INJquutir& ofs safe. The !:H<.>women and childrengot The meeting ia first of the Independent i .1
I Tanpa p.n: that place carrying I rail.ay' .
,'1, ': ;I'arLatan. oho: !ie ire out on a small gallery and were body. About r>0 delegatesfrom 11Ih nth,. ai 't i naval: supplies She to The Daily News.Montgomery. : "

jr.form torc'<,>s. Uf appealed to jump Into blankets which all parts of the union and Canada ". when (trewnw.iy nut I."ng f'-terdcy' I Ilie !
.. i? a l'a' a >' vi.--. is I valiii-1: : Ala Aue 11Dr P
_.Q.!t, .! III the were being held for thorn but they were l>N's..nt. Heretofore the stet ton and fc'l'c i I 1,111 u.Orei ..vantly_ ;
ra at s.>;i. tli'i: .-r it t; ai :1 l nullWOMAN"AT F. UuLinbon is dead and I"htl'r""n
1 a; s tout i is flanked feared to do so and delayed until the eotyin-rs and elettrotypers have be,,r. 'cway l I. !II"'I a? larprTRAMPLED i
--- Graff is probably dying! a a r.Milt "!
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'ted plant.Old gallery Ml back into the flames whica a division of the International Typographical
.. a s-hootii.K which occurred about :. '
'!!.. flag staff and arp were licking up the big frame house: union, but since the: last

and down be meeting:: of the larger body th 'y hay'organized o'r-J'k yet>ttrda)' morning WIFE ;
It appears that Graft'wa:; visitinga
-"ve a realistic as independt'ntly. though:
THE SEYMOUR THE \WHEEL woman on Union street and whnIJobinson
close connection I Is maintained with .
heard that he there he
today began at the parent body as is shown by rh.'
--- !became so enraged on acount of jealousy UNDER
the opening of an FAMILY REUNION fact of its convention being called tn '
that ho armed himself and in
iv: products at which meet at the same time and place. Special to The Daily News.
company with another woman visitedthe (
\\'i !c ,rne! was delivere1s I Prl"sld..r.t'rl'.1 introduced Acting Louisville! Ky., Aug. 11.- lrs. 'John hou.e.Vht they entered Graft --

by Ogden H Fethinrtllor Mayor Christie to the meeting. His Golden of Jeffersonville. Ind. n
has Special to The Daily N.
Speelai to The Daily Xl'Ilb..rtun. \\:-- was calitd from a mum. and when he ws.
Knights cf'iitu welcome to Cincinnati was all the been granted a license .
to Orrrnsborn
pilot steamers N r \u :
appeared Robinson drew his revolver] < nTharf
.' ; ral James R. Cl. Aug llSatu'rdaytht' : more hearty he declared because ti" the Ohio and I
on Mississippi rivers, ed with his ..
and fired the ball striking Graff !inj tramj''irK: \IIi; -jti.i.-r hi!.
.... annual reunion of the Seymour himself had been enraged in newspaper
and she will
today start on tier first feet after !
j I the abdomen. Graff then wrested th" attempting tn eh..nt jj rand
family occurred at the home of lion. work and had often watched the I
trip as a licensed officer She will beat pistol from Robinson's hands gird t reJ striking her In the ire. with his
'' I Mart Seymour a few miles above V.\\ work of the Jtf-reotypers. He was the whtl of her husband's steamer two shots both taking effect in Robin Lt and pulllnt M handful of her bur
I'trton. About three hundred
OFCALAPACOS guests vigorously applaud The committee
the 3haxnee
which John It
goes south son's stomach. The woman who accompanied out Iiarn*e of Summer
were present, which number included resolutions desired! time to ,
on report
with a large store boat the Mount Robinson to the house township wait arr..1..1 and kx1<.4 IA
the members of this large family and the rnc-Ptir.i adj.urni! >d! and went I
ISLANDS Vernon. in tow. called a cab and carried her escort to Guilford: JAIl He Burs not deny ta.
It is generally! considered that the in a uudy! to visit the founilries! of tho ..
Mr Golden has devoted He ; .
raucfl of Fowler's drug store and summoned a charges wil l givm a pr.llo-

---- sl-rUon.Seymour! family is the largest in this city her time to the river and has traversed physician, but he died within an hour teary hranm< here thm, week afore

1\ News: the various waterways of the remaining perfectly rational until the a trial Ju.-t.rt
Heretofore these reunions have been

Lug; II.-Captain: held at the home of Bo::. C. H. Seymour DEVASTATING south with Captain Golden last.The -- I t tI
cabman who dothE' woundedman
was one of thus" who recently died. And at PRINOE-OHEN
\'. S: I'helpti. tells o( this one his absence for the first time to the drug store Informed the I
.' island CLOUDBURSTSpecial ONE KILLED police that another man had been
in a number of years cast a shadow ;
,. wounded in the fight and they wentto i
n'n'nt'Isited.! in over the occasion! Quite a number I VISITS ROOSEVELT '

.aidi of CIbertonian. were pr*.*ct. Dinnerwas SEVERAL INJUREDSpecial the house, but Graff had departed. |
( to The Daily News. i He found where he had fallen
was soon
i: full of minerals! as spread for the large crowd, and !
". On Albemarle the day happily spent. Mr. Mart Madison. N. J.: Au?. 11.-A cloudburst : I on the sidewalk from the loss of Special to The Dally N...\T iKew
last night caused devastationin blood. He carried to the
i t r-uer., miles' in ..It Seymour is one of the county's lead was city
Hillside! cemetery. About 75 where his wounds York AUK 11 --l'rtf.I"! ('hen,
\ .. there is in sight 10.Milphur .- Ing citizens, and makes friends whenever caskets to The Daily News. infirmary' were
were uncovered by the rushing dressed and his family notified. a'compaal by Assistant: see r 'tar>tnt
The crater he goes. During the day he Huntington: W'a., Aug. 11,-In n
inland and a tramy- entertained the friends with his good waters, and many of them were swept head-on collision at Kenova, between I The two young men are well connected State Prirr.t'u Tint Fang the
from the grave The cemetery issituated here Dr. Robinson having an Chinese minister to the Unite.: Suit :
c' ary for transports humor and funny stories: These reunions two freight l trains on the Norfolk and
hill but brook excellent dental while Rlr Matig rhn Tong the new mln'Ister. : I
be partly on a a practice Graft
should "
but thIs a are looked forward to every Western railway Guy Osborn engineer .
and ravine traverse the other portionof held a responsible position in and the -. fT -tanMH to the princo
.Jtrinjr the possl,41. year with a great deal of anticipation. of lut>tlf'ld. and John Rice of a supply
and Mr Wu ..r.1 to
it. house. Oyster flay t+
Kenova fireman, were probably fatal
1.. ,>r things! Albemarle I The water backed up and swept ly Injured." The injured are day to vUit. : I'n-nliUnt ltoom.",.|t at

I is overrun, with wild: BALL PASSED across the lower portion. For a distance John Booth and Louis! Littrell. of I BANK BUILDING anmor. Hl! Th- party were (Jrlrjn i
. of about W feet the torrent carried to the Cast Trinity itrt pIer.
,Himals are mongrel 1 Wayne.
before it. and for whey. tny berrded the I
everything a turbot
of Sylph
-ft on the island by Fisher Ferguson Wayne, section
:-rs: have become wild THROUGH BODY i width of 30 feet the graves were washed foreman, was taken from the wreck DAMAGED BY FIRE shortly after 9am., and tta vessel
out The COmO were found sailed a few miaubw later. i
% vicious. They arc dead. The injured were all taken on I I _
all directions. Some j
about in
r habits and run ini itrewn a special train to Kenova Traffic
Special to The Daily News. of the bodies were found a mile from will be delayed for some hours. Heir' I.'"'.-*.".,,, '
tie cemeteries, and It Is bettered fl-ccial to The Daily News:
tells of a remark Tifton, Ga. Aug./ 11.-Luther Hes demand that you hit on the alert! to
:-!.\nJ of Chatham at tern, a white man. about 30 years of that others' were washed Into the Pas- New York. Aug.. ll -the New Yo-k pee that you get painkiller ( Perry

"io foot above the age was shot at Phillipsburg, a no- ?ac river. OFFICERS ANDMOONSHINERS I Rank building at the corner of Wall DaviV when you a.k for It; ,om*

"- lake according to church 1 mile" southwest of Tif Forty bodies hare been recovered and William iltrf'etl"a.a damaged by dealers will try and persuade you t<> ..
gro The Lackawanna tra.cks"re badly take something cite, claimed b.
and falls with the ton. He was only hit once the ball BATTLE I fire to the extent" of V\00n early: to lnta to '
food insist
washed out between Madison and ; upon getting Pain*
r.:ling line has ever striking him just below the left shoulder Chatham. day. The first floor, basement and a killer the remedy which ha beets

: ':n. Many relics of going through and lodging near --- portion of the top floor i* occupied the world's family doctor for M

were found the skin on the other side. The by the bank. The remainder of ta! years; it never fall to top dlarrbia.gripiuj '
Special to The
-- wound Is not considered necessarilyfatal. MOONLIGHT BAY EXCURSION. Daily News building Is used all offices. The fire ; pains in tbe stomach or bow.
i Raleigh. N. C.. AUI. 11.- the
During eta, dysentery! etc. bottles 25 '
.r. .tt virtue of Buraeit'i He gives several conflicting started In a lawyor office on the third Large
week ended
revenue officers capturedsix and W cents
t )is purity. It U real acoucts of the shooting, at first say 4 I The steamer Enterprise will take : moonshine itilla In Pitt and Beaufort floor. Several other offices on that j

l' : and nothing but va- ing that it was a young white man 1 I excursionists; to the Life Saving Station couctie IB one CaM the on floor were damaged and the top floe The man who own bit own horn-!
almost burned out. The
and later admittingthat Wednesday night leaving Pala- was bank
Always use; Burr named Daniels .I cers were fired upon by th* moonshin; Insures himself again tots of
wharf 7:30 and returning at portion of tie building down stairs
he did not know who it was. fox at an J trouble and
ers, but tie latter were routed and worry. Nobody can
Fare 35 cent. Refreshments vaults
1130. the safety were deluged with raise bin
rent and the ha
HT AND DANCE AT served on the boat including fish twee of them ran dowa and captured. water. rent day
no terrors for him. It.s to
marvelous of time for surf In other parts of tie state EoonsiJn- elH1 owl
t.y ULUFF THURSDAYTUAIXS MEAT & MALT ha a chowder. Plenty a home now-a-days. ThOi. C.

AT S, S:30AXD: dietetic value. While refreshing and bathing J. E. REED era are very quiet waiting for cool Watson & Co. can t<41 you boweay

rUAlN RETURNS AT pleasant to take, it helps assimila Manager.Try weather and ti.:. MT cora ct.. Crab nets and fishing it 1!. Jail and see them.

KETS 23 CENTS: AT tion of food. Sold byDANNHEISSER THE :NEWS Want column it tackle to suit everybody, at Balun from th*tVortkerm Wood

BROS. will pay you. Try the ISEWS Want Column. the Willis Hardware 1
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SECRETARY OF WAR an attribute of manhood universally Do not always receive the sympathy and attention j' .

AN oc1ANffiiPtt i desired. Few people understand that the HAITI HARRASSED they desen-e. Their ailments are regarded ...> \\f",1\\: }-

and only that source of physical who strength is food, I imaginary or natural and unavoidable at tluir t! \ .p
[Original] every one has sufficient
BOSTON nourishing food should be life. Disease and infirmity should not always 1 o .1 ..
To NEW YORK' One morning while Grant was besieging strong. But
{ rt ISO rt,LL.EASTERN Petersburg:, Va., a man of Jewish ., there are thousands of puny people who Petit Goave Captured By Gov- i ated with old age. The eye of the gray haired grrr.r'! I f
have plenty of good food. How is that may be as bright and complexion as fair as any oi -
RESORTS t tThe cast was riding: on a train between j explained? The ernment Troops. his younger and more vigorous companions.Good I

Richmond and that city. He seemed explanation is
tl/ \\\\\\\\M) I ICCEAN to IH! taking pains to conceal Lis features i(I simple. Food I Blood Is the secret healthy old ago, '
\\ : FIRMINISTS.It and 1
-- I does I TOWN FIRED BY controls every part of the body strengthen: tK
Several not
---- behind a newspaper. nour-
=- j! I muscles elastic and the bones and the ',
supple strong
STEAMSHIP COMPANY persons In the car whispered that he ish the body unless !
I' digested this life fluid is polluted or poisoned and loses its cutr ; .
J LO'.VKATCs -UIII( Six h t was the Confederate secretary; of war,
5O Hour of Ocean Breezes Judah P. :! and assimilated. Was Entirely Destroyed, there Bs- lag elements then there is a rapid decline c>f the Mt C.: ;

Sailings each Week \,!. When the train reached Petersburg/ j Diseases of ing Nothing Left but a Pile of Ruins. in premature old age and disease. Any derangement '

) the stomach shows itself in an ulcer sore, wart, tumor or NHI..' .
3 the Jewish gentleman took a carriage: j
from Savannah. Ga. and other organs Four Thousand Persons Are
growth the body and rheumatic and
upon :
and haYing driven several lulled out of digestion nt.'urajottconstant. \ ;
1 : .In: ,.1 'I't if tea 1"'II'nr I.IneIIw i. f |, I less-Many Killed In Battle. accompanied with poor digestion and cold tv
\I of the city alighted at the entrance to and nutrition -
.( "srwRl"raIl." 'n. .epmt. r '.1.retire.wal,...,..".p"auW'rld.r. "" .1..." ,,1..1". of the forts. A ',i ?; hinder the S. S. S. Icing purely %cgt
one principal sentryendeavored
'*. pI.T' .".. l. :mr u ..1 .si uti,'m 1'u.I-'n k. i Washington, Aug. ll.-Minister best blood for old !
I il. n in .a "irj I., satamali *! '1 :u' I 1. IIn of S to stop him, but he paid a proper digestion purifier ie t'
< v-w \' ,rk. C Powell has cabled the state depart
.v 'i..t i. and assimi- I or hurt the system like the .ti"ti,: !
i '0. ....I.r ....... ..ohe" ;. ;.;.'." .,.... ) no attention! to the man. who threatened lation of the ment from Cape Haltien that the provisional but gently and thoroughly tit! r,
..... NR. To to shoot aim if he did not halt. I 1
B lii ...r1.. 'IIlti' .""... t.e....1.. IIa.y J I/ nutrition contained (Vasquez) government of HalI stimulates the d<.r>ihUU-d or,;. -
,(/ >. Mywi..". TWIN...i..1..1._., !......hrt.Y.IIeIILy ...Ia. Ili.! '" "Call the central said the gentleman in the I ti, has notified the United States t- j ailments disappeir. S. S. S. is just 5U. h a t.,nu- .
nJ4f4 "ll\-a -f timing;: impatiently. food
gallon that Conaives Port de Paix improve weak digestion and tone the St iaih.
"MIC"f f"f "Corporal of the guard No. 41": cried the strength of I up <>: i
-- the sentry. food is lost, i cut Goa\e and Saint Marie provinces I tary taint, or the remains of some disease cnn'.r Il'hI'! ;

'! wasted.Dr. are in rebellion. The government will search it out and remove every vestige: of it iT' .ni t1 <
The and the
"'Ia: CH bCHKHLLK corporal came, -
I ordered him in authoritative Pierce's Golden Medical Discoverycures troops captured Petit Goave after a Write us fully about :your case and let our 5 1:1\: -i, ..i-

i Following is the ;schedule of the ton-* to conduct him to the officer diseases of the stomach and its allied strong resistance in which many lives you. This will cost you nothing, and we \\:1111: .:! t. '

(+ government steamer General Frenchwhich commanding;: tin fort. When they organs. It causes the perfect diges- were lost. Firmin's troops in retreating i end skin diseases. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. >AtI !
tion and assimilation of food and thus it
I THE NEWS prints for the lr I re-aeh'-d headquarters, they found, the makes and I from the place set fire to and j -
men women
benefit of the merchants who ship i strong Many person in Inn community
the various colonel commanding; engaged; with a i "I had tx-eii -.uf mug from indigestion: soi destroyed the I, 'i
their goods to army 1 party of utliccrs at a game of draw badly: that I could not work more than half theI i are ;sufferingfrom kidney com l.1illtI !
poets : I time: hut now can work every day and rat any. i I who could avoid fatal ri''It.. ItII"- the Willisrjnjrlinuain Il"rrlI
Leaves tVnkacolnLiarc _... .. ... .... 7.00 a. m.1 poUer. tain? I want,'" writeMr Victor "L. H.ijden, of Haiti. Aug. 11-The lint j 1 i
l KarraniMib.LraTti .. "n n ..n' 7:.'.! 1\. ".\ gentleman wishes to see you .!1 t Blai.k'-tone :"olto\\'av Co Va "\\ hv' "lccau>>e correspondent of The Associated: Press ,' ; Fnley'-j lilueCur". W. A. 1t'u.
lhckrul ... ._ ":uU II. 111'1 tjok lit R V Tierce's Gol.rll1r! : nu' a
sir sail the corjxjral saluting.the ;: It has life mid visited Petite Goave yesterday and v j
G I.I--an' I'.arruncat .. ..-... *:i5 n. ery put new en .ry in me. restored ; ----------- ---
Leafs fenmtcolaGFLNHUAL ,," .. 1":1;') a. 111'1 Tm J'wbh gentleman 1'11"11",1 Ity mv health and made. a man of me oncemore found that the town had been entirely You .
\ will h.
11.1" and I used to weigh 171 but had gotten dnwn Pocket cutIen/ and scissors I "- .
I Uurrnnfai m.
inafcr Arrives n trip to Fort :del:.... and then return I corporal and stood ;glaring at the to 144. nowam hack, to 1150 and willarm be backat ] destroyed, there being nothing left I "1'Ver .arJell' r .
to I'.iirrani'HS. linker party."foloiul my old weight if nothing' happens. Your liut a pile of ruins. from the finest to the OWUiCrlllllld. \ >

+ ; Lra 1.Mlrralll'lh>rt Pii-lit-m .n". ",. ..... 1 1:1:'Sp:) p.. I." he said, "I came out medicine Accept ha-no done substitute it all : for "Gol ell Medical About tOOl( persons are homelessand \ cheapest at the Willis 'home., ,and i ..

Lravrs 1'rn-aeola n'.. 4.:111 lp. here expecting to find the place i bristling Discovery." are greatly! in need. Many of j Hardware Co. though lie tit tKvery .
l>- fK-krn .... .1:15 p. iii.ArrI. with bayonet Instead I find I woman w i
| The People'slelical .A'lviser looS
\.** HitrrHiic-ii'i fi.:jn p. nt. gad luakt-s hem have sought shelter in the Sinmoniis -
trip to lclt""l\l1d rrturn. the commanding: officer engaged at'I pages,/mt on receipt of stamps to pay factories near the town. I ."NU. and if '-! v, .
t V Ou \\ \\tHhle-lI.l\"oOat.llaturd'l\" cards with his subordinates and most j I expense of mailing onlv. Send 21 one I Th"1 MII\V1M-1Y 1 Th uti. C. \V&\hon ,:,
French cruiser D'Assis arrived at P-
boat wi-i I leave Harrancas Pick- <.f his men asleep. If the enemy surprises ,1 cent stamps for the paper-covered edition I: The anderugii'-d ttkt-tti i- ni. tli. d !lending Heal F :
+ tin for }'''a.acola at t;:::5U p. in. I you and captures this fort our or 31 stamps fcr the I tit Goa'.t yesterday with provision j of Itfering her -e.rvicei ..* i I iau show her. wI
The (iiral French is for armypurpoes I ,i volume, to Dr. K.V. Pierce, Huif.Jlo\.Y. for the sufferers and returned to ?on flrs'-'la: iic -ti-fd midwife, !having I ine
I' source of jUPIly'ifl be cut and our j
1 only and allY out-id r mu-t aii-Prmcf with gnu women and chil-i i i
I 3 .
cause I,.st forever.l'hile the president > yearexperience. i i
Lave a pafrom the qu'irt<-master I and his cabinet the couin-e.s.s and dren and 1* wounded nea. The !a'i j Can give best of references fromleadinL i ]>uy a 111(' -

I i o take |'age o i her. Incciithe to Early RUIni thorities refused, to permit the Fir- I ; phvsiehiH:: :( : of thi city I
the people: of the Confederate :State* | from thel'\ : lI,
straining defetitliiiL' i "y ou'rl' up pretty tally this morning, minists! to leave, fearing they \\'o'II! I )1 R<';. :M. GinuKN";:
are ,
STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE a point; every which the 111'1'y"ll enemy is de-- U'illie,'' said the milkman."Vel I go to other points to take up arm lit! Hi :Soiuti Di'Viih,-rt t M ( '{Jill/mil.'! .

ternuned to break through, are nnwatchful. 1! ," replied \\'illie, without l-iokiug i j again. Each party a 'uses the oth -

Do you know. sir that in up from his dime novel. ")bm sent meter of having set fire to Petit Grave hat

iletNceu IVnnacol.t anil 'lh..It-Bnut I that line of works out there are men i: bed I:is' night jest as Handsome the general belief: is that General I ('I'} OR. MOPFETT'S Ceres i .

ti (IIIIH Rally K\c'-p t slirirtj.. I I I"CITY n-ady to take advantage of the slight-J, Harry wnz oill' ter rescue the bvautc- cove the Firminift commands r. ito LI''

est iiegkH-t':" j I! ous maiden.-Philadelphia: Press. 'In"11' destroy the town when I h- '
l OF TAMPA. 81 YlllftW trAQA6
Jar: I know who you are sir?" raw he "oiiM not hold it against t1);: a ,

L't'Mllt..n mam LVI'.n"coll\.I asked the oflicer, scrutinizing the'!' .UIl'r the \\.Jdln;. F :<'hardists.A TEETHING POWDlWn ; t
ArPCn. .'hla..Ylatt' A Mill :, '
a r oil t"1Jm.
l*ri-"V. Uiiund tnp.fl.ini." :speaker.; "You may not sir. If President Darts ,(. r '4: %syk
I wen to come here: to inspect your Petit Goave after an attack ha I be-'n : mail :a rent to C. J. MOFFETT. M D. ST t. V.

\ tired '1 hit' I.ulI.'i h, I I11 works, doubtless the'} lot' rnai'! on the place hy Foneharilists..trnrr : ': w, sate bandied Dr', TEKTHIXA .iT.flli.g I' .letr -.r. r AMt- -

.\ Fiu'lisU: ; 10:1\"al oSiivr, writing turned wit, a salute fired in las honor "' .'nib to that dispatch General Chi- and tradr a.i jirupri. Lirj m-iii-inc, anl .ar tit It' in it h*> at '> inn, -. I If icuw
am Hint tot* t.i-ihr-t- .nilnd ennapir frar into i ait rvir m t v i. n
fr..iii Siiakin. !lletl ','a country, and everything in order. Mr. Davis rotwho is ministpr of the interior i'Cirnitulhi-D lhirf th, ,. antr>. fir the) -as''hr.r .1rj ) ,. /.n'.r' '
'cuntri1l'1 knows that but sun ur unrwnii >o qUJcklj U<. irojl/Ks itil.11 inlln,-
tintoiii.u well
tilt s rctnarkalile; as as you. ,, th- Firminist! provincial govern" i imi T1IK: LVM vlt It\\K1N Ltlir i II t.
.f u |pl.ut) preinn uimn one of the vcrdl I "The colonel docs nut recognize you r.t sot fire to the town and aban1 1 IIton.

.,i. '.i. Hie instance noted was t Mr. I'enjauiin" said one of the ollieers .
"! it.
HT.I I li>' him when ur\ejinj 111"1 .
i BOYS and GIRLS ='
., .. "Who I I I '
Tar. >.1 I -l.unl, in the south China said I was Mr. ItenjtminY'grow1 ;
I I Rebels' Establish B'ockade. setuuc.n I' ,I
I A* I ..>".!n-rl l a pool cut off by the tidefn : [ the Jew. "Mind jour ownLusine mi our"Blueine." ta per rat, comml'non f>n all -ftl. -" An u."' -f
? T\a=hineton.: Aug. Commander hnti'-Hinl u,.-. KTerv Imly as UfllKMtnl whi-n tti.-v snit 1-1 the sea I iiotiii-d anion;'; other \ .u' look- the fort. i J3 E ifAiOvt2 \ McCn-a. of the gunboat Maohias. t'l" MjmeoiitNf. and w.' will ,end b Writr toilat. I"I. .joi'i: to.
ti' l plant! u very ordinary speLt ; > return mail one d. / 'n packm a: 'y
'la\ cabled! the naval department thata when you hay hold tli.-m return h- stir., ri-taininj: Hie bulane- fUr ,
I 'I:'i s't: ii.l.iretl weed lri udius tot ( i rtainly sir said the colonel cl- ((4aTRrldeCTooui ton 1ionotdrlay.butnnitatnne.)

1 "t" i I it closer. I noticed lIumh '1''t of St"lniou"I)'. re! facto blockade had been esTalii Ail.lrn.s, (; I.\\! M .t.i: 5A.11'ltl.(; M > lifj.t. C IK, II... III i.

I : II'1 I l.xinj; fIjless in its fronds I, Passing into the earthwork the Jew -Fifteen dt.liars' \Vhy. i; lished by the Insurgents at Cap II; !1. '' -.

,i1! .' t ii;> \\ith little or no life in I evainintvl everything with the critical ,I you promised to take us to the station ( tkn.! The Machias Is at her arch T- -

t..f i I'littuiv my hands down to pick I eye of a trainnl soldier. Nothing es- for three. lge.

III' "I i In.ia up. I found my lingers I cjip Hl him. 't''hat do you mean by Cabby-So Oi did scrr. The other TrflLqaithesI/211
." '' suckers the weed the such\ a slight protection for nulaunitiuu ,'' Qn14r Iaennale.It .
III i >\ on your twelve. is for this looinp on me hid j jphwe're : !
was at the literary club reception."Which .
he asked hotl "That I
fr'itd.f! which had clued tightly : gum '
iv th' in' j
wan hit
guests 1
( Up.- II..Ui. is of uo use there. Move it over here. : do you consider the t>evtnovel 0 ) and secure the most delicious fin "
wit' old slit .
me an *; -Chicago Amcrl _
of the ? slid the of
The is too low. You haven'tswhieut year guest ,
'lhtish had lieen causjLt in every parallel I .
depth for can. the evening;: to the ]tint; Laired your:' beer yet produced in Arm .. ,I
cor. i-u il.le wayby the head the tall your gnus.;

4 t toll! s. i tc. -and sonic- of them had teenliH TLu speak was about to step up 141st.Tes man whose name tie had failed titutch. .4

a uM.I th.kil1 wax completelyiii.ieritcd. Into nu I.'XI"'toJ Kxition when the i, t' .1eorinkshest J 1zo frthib'Rikw )
sir. said the bu.Uor: glen: fully; \ The long haired jouth hesitated
colonel endeavored to him.
Thie that stop
of the fish
"every house in that section i is rented 'fI<:S
Ilt.W |
"I'erhaps I'd! better not eoniuiit ..
"A sharr houtcr will off ina myself "
wcinil living had evidently beenraivlit > lickOu '"i .
but oi'e. i All f' Beer -cwofl from '
5. second." he said, with a slight: hesitation : i.s n Ap'cil1lh .
3 at dlffen-nt times they 1I(1H.11r.1 ".\h! And that one," remarked his ) malt malted iniicitirdancc n its the lest Cn
: In;: m :ill Ma.-es; ot l "lv, you think sir," crieil the other i "Why not ; queried the gnest."Hecaiiso 1 :
friend "i but ods. Our arc the best that can : '
> lust not leased.1'hii'idelphta the "1 ; ) laps money Irrn
; io;ft IMltlg tiiiaMe to name either the I "that we can win our huli-pendcnci- I'ress. replied jouth. 1t
platt'.t' th lish. but that the by keeping out uf the way of Federal wrote it-J'I.! l'lauol Plain I lea her. j PABST BREWING CO.

r" ally pn-yed UIHUI the tinny bullets? Must I, a citizen, show you -, -
LADTSJ-IFE j A World Wide Reputation.
drillus of the deep there i>n't the a aiidier, your duty'
least d'.litit." Mounting the parapet 1:(> !stood in At Panama, Colombia, by Chamberla'n's: : Chainhtrhin'Colic, Cholera and -AIM) -

1 full view of the enemy's picket line, Colic, Cholera ard Diarrhoea Diarrluei Remedy ha- a world wide

\\ to.." Hrptlltllulfil n \\'nrlil. I but a few hundred yard lli tlIIt. The Remedy. reputation for it; cureIt never'>

I Theri- was a tm.; "In the wide re- otlicers in his company expected to !see Dr. Cha... H. Utter a prominent !!| fail;* and is pleasant and safe: to take. FIiEVINES' LIQUORS ETC(

\ol\itu hIII..i ciiituri.-s past" when I him pitch forward d.nvn the embankment phy iri i in. of Panama. C'llombia in <1 For ;ale by all druiri-t; and deal. ,

l..cWIK! win ill in the .cssioii ludecd it is possible they er*.
our !; } i .s may : :i recent 1-tter stntf- : /rt March i
of WMlkia:. swimming and tijiu? rejitill lIan'"i ht 1 that he would do so, I FRIEDMAN
[ had a S. A.
a patient a young 1'idyix-
though the nun's braver astoundedthcin. ,
: -* I'--in;'' the di.l.illiuht tvpe, they
t teen yearof age, wl.o had a very'had '1 The finest line of umbrella* in thecity ,
dh ItJ.,1 natiuallj nit> three great Jut when he took out his whitehaudkerehief ,
I is; at J. I. StephenGo look :
attack IIf Kvi TKI.ii'H"M-; i
sal dv-eatery. V f). BOX 418
ciis-i In the oivjuis they lie.':ime ?l- waved it in defiance ry- at them. '

( etiidiosaurians: on dry they were -ippalkil A dozen bullets tlnnz I rrE'-cri b"lI for her proved metlectual -

lan.L >.r, rather! wtt land for the whole hang by his beau, but untie of them :'inj -I e wa growing or-e .
tI Lice ..t' tlie J."IIIIIl'HIS doubtless a Lit him. and he coollj descvudcd from very hour. H..r parent were -tirflie If you wish the very best '
Ii i '
would die. She hid become -o TRY TH NtW WANT COLUMN !
ijiia,mire at that time, they became his I'XIIO"I'l1" position. wpak that she eoulj not turn over in ice cream freezer at the very
I "Colonel. he Mild at departing,
monstrous erect dinosjuu'ijins some of
bfd. What to di at this critical lowest price, the Willis
TvliU-li I ieirs riftccii feet or more in though more *ntly than before "we moment wa -tudy for me, but I <

length. .In-se which inlial.itcd the re- I are in a desperate situ1tillll.'atl'b thought; of t'tumbprlaitft; Colic. Hardware Co. can please

i glows .... the air were the terrible flyingtcrod.i. ; day and nignt; Never sleep." Choler Ii.irrt o. t Remedy andas you. I

(' tjN.For I With this lie went to his carriageand a li-t resort prt-cnbed it! T.'iemot __ WICKS & co.

E a'a"t lout unknown length of I' rode away. wonderful re-tilt wtflf..a'F.i. We will laiiuder :your spreads tot
[ Withinu'ht hour= .he each and make them look
wa feelig 16 cents
time these iiwfid ('r'OIUIrtStt'rllll! The next morning a facetious! story
) much better ; in* de of thr p daysue like uw. star Laundry.
ruled. the earth rinnllj after they had appeared) a Uichmond Antler ilescrili- wa. her feet and at the end Plumber Gas and Steam F itter1
hug how a iiu-mluT of the cabinet had
''''*-!! their day theiH ;an to prow of one wenk wa fntirly well. For ,
1 II-SK and It,,.,,. One liy one they died given a lesson of watchfulness to a sale by all drivgi-fe and medicine: Water coolers that do not

put m the face of the younger; and more Confederate odicer. dealers. waste ice, at the Willis No. $ South Palafox Street.

rigorous tauna until at the present I Meanwhile the Jewish gentleman, -- ---- --- All KJn.lR Oi Plumbing: and Oa! :'.(! iiatorialij Kepi
Hardware Co.'s.WKKKL.Y
time mill :a f< w miniature alligators while driving through a wood north of 'u liar Inkier In Japan re'tf.1ussf I. tJ ,t \r .... ...n.'f, ALAT
I the city, alighted from his carriage and .TIftIIt'se have lolit\ -
and < : ""'.Mliles Hid n few toy snakes i\" ear > This !is

I rcn.i :\is reminders of skulking liz- i| di-missed the ilrher. As soon as be a discovery which has appareiith IMVII pjClIBDL 1..1-

i rds -r-d g' '' ..* and of the enormous !j wa> alone lie took off a'i i.; a piece of wade for the net time l>y: Dr.'un durllejdi'u. FOR STEAM DIVISIONKAIMVAY

t ( rt'plllIn!! tjpes that mv crowded land 1 his ni s<>. rubbed! some paint off his director of the public hospitalin .A. L3T

and ,..'a. !! face, and divesting hilll 4'lt. f his frmkiKtt. Yokohama. Even if ue is nut the 1'.;' \COILAI-Lt.C7lICTF.tMis t\

---- --- .. a !Wise sack appeared lienejith. first !. CO'U'Y.. ,
tO i SI-OUT it he lt certainly the sri '[ }>;.Ik I" A i-..K'I{ i
I I far l-'n riinTft* l'iM' 4.r. : Tossing a silk !hat aside, he took a cap first to ih-an pnhhe attention to it.
Trains leave Fcnsscola tar the Us.
>} f While nlottee jHvple are lauding Jobn- fiiiin iris: pocket and put it on. Then The absence of ear lobes he claims Hayou, Hilt llttyouV rrlcgton, far, farl IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

, lyn f.-i.i-s as a f>''
for that purpose Louisiana farmers : the "''''IIIY' works. distinction U-tw eii Japanese anti Kuropeans. Harraccai flh, HARDWARE.
t 1i s The next \-hlle day rant
ere uuUr! ;; war against the suutlieru and he maintain- that the p.m. arrive at ('ort KarraneM 1:15pt''
; railroads for dwnliutiiii and estal- was sitting in his headquarters at City prolml.le reason why" the latttr !have tMv. m. arrive at fort bitrraccai 4:18: p n

:1 Lsb.iij tU, i'rass alum; their Hues. A I Point one of his principal secret serv-i! lobes is because their ance!-tors fur '6:15 p.p.m.m. nrrtve arm-tat at tort" Karraacai harraacai S.ilp.n Tcoc a ,' Iron, Nail Axe tw\"t ls Saw; Mill nd -:' < ..ri; f fSapplie

. Mil I Is n"w 1 I.. fore the Louisiana lesislaturt1 I ic- men was aiciounced. many srrnerations wore very heavy Trains leave: tort Uarraacat tor Pea. *. Cooking aud Hi-atiu;' Stovepuin ""

j wlueii if passed will r',juire the ilid to see you back." said the gem earrings cola a7I'a Window Ola-. (fun". Hit'ils i and FinniTJI: i-

railio.i-ls to ;:%'t rid of the srass on i cniL m. arrive at Kt-nssco! .. n0" a, n C.tJCJll .
i It Needs Tinware
Tonic. and
a ana ;
. "Th bullets that ll'Wp m. arrive at rVnsacola_.._ iiii p,a Agate
their lard and .ing by me assuredme
keep It cut to prevent i
There art times wnen liver !:oo p. m. arrive a: i'eniacola_ ttt "..1 ..
n'st'td'tg.! It !> *titi>.l that the rail- the signal was H.'IL" ne: 'ds :1 tonic.. D.on't give your pur.lltl"p"rhit 51111 m irHe at Prnsaccla ...._ 5.45 p o ( -AGEXSKOR MHMINGHAM ROLLING MILL ('i,11 .,
srrlve at
rrelds will t'ul-t; the uicas-are. but as it I It "Ves. and y"ur1:1Ct" wsitioa wasnotc.1 ripe> and we.iken. DnXVitt1* .Tel J:45! p.p. m.m. arrivOl at Pecsacola_ 1Mb.Tiip. Revere Giant Stitched Ltkintr. Xortliampton f

hi utiptiorti"l \by fanners it Is thouzlit: It I II with a tLtxHlolito. Little I::arty River< expel all poioii 'toatarc1a.onll: Wheel Co.. Lsftin (fe Hind Powder Co., Johnson .
will p::>a UIlI nmk't.I-. Here again is f "Tlie inn,sine is ten paces to the from the t-y-tem and act a* tonic to FABcroawxEB DATE. somine, Iron King and Huck Stove'! and Hau?> v\

an tll'istrntiuti of tilt' power of the I south of where I stood, the center of !J he liver. W. Scott, 531 lllzhluid cniacala to Port Krancu and more ttfintHCola \ Coup; & Co.'s Raw Hid Lace Leather Ms-:

farmer in 1\ oon-mtiulty! or state when the fort thirty paces TO tuy 1'111''I'ry ." ive.. Milton. Pa *iy"I have to to Palmetto Navy 1 ant Beach and and rttarn return.._ uPeoiaoola lOt< I ISCSDAr Made Railroad Colors.
it ]sin turr )'< face in the ricLt direction II "\ go xL The engineers; can now cirripd D.. Wit '" Little J.uRi.r! ICBLDt: 'Da. | Masonic Temple. 1 Pensaeola I"i
f and toll just where to locate the end of the with me for I yf ir- and would
s it-:flu 'nee to secure legislation : '! When meatier permits the rot:ning t i
in his 1,1'11:11 I tutiiiel. Yt-tt have achieved a work as !i' not be without : Simll and open coaches. .
14 '
.\ Grnllc Him. important as it w'ac bold." ay to tak" Pur"I"F H 1 Th.v never ripe or di*trH'*. H '\f. 8 a. m. 1"1. m. I Inl. ; 1 WRIGHT>> .
iI1.1tt'-l"> suffer: with ln .) "I mild have r
you > :n- I never aeeompii-hid ?U'. Phirmacy, John :-h"r ,1fd. Sidaey 1 m. I) m. i iI "
nlrKdlih- I the makeup necessary to pay! the partif K ,!m. p. m. I p.n.Ip.m : r1 ..

Vc>; :1\\ fulh'' I had not Itvii an a,"t,ir." -- ----- I p. D Ip.m.p.m \ t, MANUFACTURERS ANT D}A

:ahltl-t understand that a walk I There dajs later the fort i>iteil by ('OCF.RT1 DANCE AT tp.m p m. ---- ''J

i In tuc- "ofii aU 4i ni'at is a crrtaiuivuudy. : II the Jewish: gentleman; w.'s! blown up \LGOl.I.RLl'FF THUR-D.\Y 1> p.p. m.m. t I p..m.FAat m., LUMBER, LATHS,

with several lmii'r arrels! of i>owt'cr. SIGHT. TH.IT ;, :3UD FOR e"wrAYee'srola I

Kuitli; -.Ml right You do the walkin Hut that !s' a matter of hi"tory. 9 LAsT TRAIN RETURNS AT TO jrt Barraoeai Vary ': is:
1 art and r tnrs_____ i *rs& SHED CTPEESS SBIKBIES-L-
and I'll po to lied and lee what the effect I F. A. MITC1IEI.PynyRal .. 11:50. TICIi fe 2 3 CENT6, AT ".Diaooia to Fain mo M"aCh ana I!I Ir'I1r' .

I-nalf.Uioro Wor'.d I! am 5top" the TIcKling i ._______ .
t-t ')11".., SS ;1 :u'.4m1lJ&.OL !I. t.I.1rI1I>t DEPOT. !! tr'!1bt I'I"td attar 8:6 p. m. I _.. PES\COY.A FLATHE


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z- E:. I ,jSH ETCHINGS. I Harvard SKINS Mnneora AND. >SKULLS.ew Specimen Slow Starvation

a entury no new
: of V rth Am..rll'antllwUlal.: .. ,
'.ilt in tie :busses::; [ uIABcJ
One of the chief duties of a largE -
!-'u\ou. is the fate of sufferers from dyspepsia and indigeitlon.

i:...t there are at zoological, museum: is the accumulator If your food remains undigested; it can't build up tbe

.- III IUI\lJ and of data for sC t'r.tifc investigator bod\'. In fact it does actual damage by decaying in tht
stomach and the .
poisoning J5tem.KODOL
-lull u fnendlj b \- Tor this reason such an Institution a | S
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ways has a rC'St'Tfunol of ratern.

: wy' created Order FACTS IN FEW LINES It ?. tlicn l>e thirteen i.'Ioh nng ac-1 that It dues not regularly: exhil i it. tillections Digests
lAt tt >\\'iJt ttc whole .
? way I
i I.'t ts f-emral ap.lies :- I that! are iraet.cslij: great n.eii n'Ii4' What You Eat. ;
Prom lk retiti's of life li-.urame
,' under the nkktiry fienni'ny: now saipasses Trance }..ithecxiHut [ 'j ageries of skins and skulls: of \arioumamumlfor ;' (
ui'il T. ii.I1II. : %
: oon1' (lin's .ii'i'int.siMsetKb. odclisthesensibleremedv. Bydigestingwhatyo:
circles < f the I :
: > of Lid :Im's. safely storedin
; examlJll',are I
\() ;:. Lite jrt'Mtiint ot the Institute1of J cat itstrengthenstheyadatthe same time rest
Mmy ;;P\'(rp cases of bums from Attuaritb or Kiul.inil. (ut <,f s4eiJt.a4 j: rooms reserved for scientists and I : \ \ the ctomach. This rest soon restores perfect, health.

lli.'hVjcoinbe, Eng- ctHaloid Lave licrn reported. j s has v,1le"11 able to Cud twtntytwo f grow gradually toward an ideal of core i ; Cathartics and stimulants only reach the symptoms.
.ti as part of their I nil thE I \ I Nature's
Every one of the brie; automobile -eiiti-nan.iL American Mit'.i-I that alms to represent Kodclcures. It is tonic.

\. ith w hich to erase factories is far behind i is ordtrs.' one dftlurvs. that if one wishes to livolous various species in the world. Sometimes Five years aso a disease the doctors called dyspepsia took such a hold on me that I could|
of .ram'ly eo I took quantltlesof pepsin and other mediclmg.but mashing helped me. As a
irtistio I U1uflS I The tnmsfpr system la not used by one should choose long thing an- In the course of a year tnere are com drowning;; man crispsm a straw I grabbed at Kodol. I felt an ImproTtment at once,and afWI '

.'ml i>a\i-nu'nts. sny street mlway in tlrt-at Britain oo'-turs 1, paratlvely few new specimens to bfcatalogued a few bottles am sound and well. UEOHOB S. M.lusu, Atfornt-y-at-Law :Socona, TeL

t::i' Humanitarian The Oerm.-in At'aiitio Telpgraph com.rr. Thtrtar'. S7-13 distilleries in the and again as was recentlj It can't help but do you good.The .

'lie.. n<* hrst lord las decided! toi lay a second ca Uuitwl Statis- annuallj iirotiucinj;:: 1t,- the case at the harvard Museum ol tl bottle contalns'.4: times as much tact a"si measurement as the trial sUe which tells for 50e '
dechr.t-il to order Comparative Zoology in Cambridge> t'lypAred by E. C. DeVHtit A Co. Pbtcaeo. iSold hy all denlers.
i O.UI:: pillow of .lif-oholio .pirits. I .
..!I..t:. t<> substitute a bleTb when lu.iKO srl'clml'ns"E'rl' added nt D WIU's WlfPfl H37fl Salve a Slthinr. heilln application for piles sore cad
? authrrities of I'.altitnoie county The total ti"-t of a;:ins the 142.11'.U3l! t'S Bkn Beware of counterfeits.
i I lark of btatles. c.uriitl in once. the collection! goes forward Witt I
nhUkj uiinuallj
Md.. furnith autito\iis to the
".'.t suicides on the I eost.iHirir' .-- lionil in the l'nito $tates. inclu iu;; I a jump. John hl'rl'ardHarg-i Pharmacy (Sidney: Kahn.I'.lfrlrlcllj .

i I.WII-:; the company Io>,!s t.y l'\IIrltillli.! iiitiv>.t, s-torast, i The Harvard specimens include l*>tl
I ? lat year 72,(N1tI.apounds of the skin and skull of animal, fron
1 'a t ii.kms: at its MIn in .uramo, etc.. is estimated at abouth4.1).IWe an
: butter anivrd :In f.ul'ol'e-\'r the I unit Hit don i "
the trained f-tu
which data however
'' 1' tie central rail 0 I'
$ a jiar.A Within short time according toElectricity. ]
| TraiiFsibenaurailuny. dent of construct an al a r j
ILt.' 1.latfurm.n anatomy ;
Uier rt''putf11111l! In the luiiisuf
; si all the big cf Sandy :
The state of New Jersey; is about to most exact likeness of the living; crea ;
front of traIn
a I
1 Iuild sanitarium for indigent suffer- a f.u tory IK--T l'r>-toria a small statuette Hook will undergo official tests with I 'rft :
That is if one ot
1 i.i'i! Into the ture. to say any
recess of Kru:c-r. On the "l'a.t> of this HJ.
i accon'pani1ment 7" i
| ers frori con sun'i'lion. these huiidn-ds of animals becomes extinct electricity as a necessary :';-- :
I -
The Ilritish Lave lost, ?.nci(5 men In tt.itrutchiOh; was nf terra cottawiI'e. | in the next thousand ears, the The heavy tor uJI1ee'iIIlle fietared 1 .: , > S
were the woids in Dutch, "I". i iKnwr I .
b 'fJ
and I lowered > electricity ammunition r (r"/j
the 1'oor war ex'-lii'-he (.f the wounded scientist of 2'o2 still make a
can very
rcfn fl4Utq. Prc'-iileiit of ( .IM-| Colon 1 wi ill:! bo suiiK into the l'r'l''lI | l' ( pi, I .
who 11it..lafh'r r'turniig. good of it from the twc 'Ii'
.I I Ill!.v Oibbs is a mesto File t.ictorj "nl I :lPI'trl'ltl: ly I'I'coll bl' I',1 presentation the and. in fad all i -tf'< 1-I
is lij same power ,;.t '
I .
colkctioi ;
< thus The "'
iiii have joined pines piesencd. .
Ouli cusrripts
Ii o. 1\' iI'nl't ('ijtinlj' tIt".1 to the inanufmi'turt' delays now Incident to band i'over ami'', .: ,..----...- r-' ..
i tin'T legituents (%nt of the 'Jo.llHl callod is mainly North Amirican and represents J1IJ---.L. ,' I. ,
of these statt ett > its aeecssori(5iil give to wIres; i &
the individual efforts of a small! way ,Id. :. "T.2'1Z' .4
III riiiland for nin'i
...11 her a tukct to up 'j orri<;t trafnc has mor. lan cIon-I and switchboard. The introduction ot : :.r:l'J. 'i>:"f ;;54 s ""

-"*, su'tl: no one.IiaL : Poachers using;; sin.ill [>I"f1to..mhs bled iu'I'i. tlurin the l.i t ten years army of collectors' In many instances. ( hdncity on Sandy Hook will greatly \ i
L.p.c killtd nuialur of silmonla there fire duphi-aus, font-times; a numb /iuttJtra!
a great ,\priM-i.t about 7.;:0 foreign toi.ritt, i idui'l' I facilitate the woik i>f testing the big ::
the ri>et' i>e'i. 1:11-1.111I1. <'r of them of the same animal I. in order .....
i'\ of pilrnius .i nid .1)11(1!nuedecmli.sS1ohls. puns and in the end save thousands of -Jgw J S S : ..

Thue wlI: be! an expo.sitiun pass throiiirh beirut: ant I to show special variations of color dollars! each year to the go\eminent. f'j:;;> 7t4T:55't. : -...
sizete.. All specimens lire kept ir ,. = S .
of the ppiib.ti'Ci's of alcohol heM :
ua II)', IIO"t of tllI'U 1.I'twtt'l1ing to With the installation of electricity ] .t .-J--. .:.
la 1.imt. Peru Iron Nov. 1 to :vi.: Vj. airtight; storage cases subject to gradual
; lia-iil-tk and I I:!IWIH'US. Twice this Sandy Hook will also tare a great iin1proement --

box c! the pnoe ,I Silk is t,> be made from wttCl.l pulp l>y zmunil'er go through Palestine. (;:tlleebi ;) cataloguing: and nrraiiKement.) in its lights. Gas lamps i
% on ercry To the averageisitor.. of course, the
cl5romo=Quin'neTaUL.ujt a rbiLiddrbian, who will imel'ctri! also i-Towin;; in favor auiocg tour I i will be replaced bj incandescent bulbs ANewGas
t I finishid pro uct (If the taxidermist :
? ally made c.rbou bisulphide as a solvent bb. : and are lights. The airacks will also; ;
curts a cola la oue dttj much more intercstlns;: than the un
A Swiss Ltl.v t'lon (.'hatis tie IViuN I be lighted by electricity, together with

Fo/ejf's Kianey Cure : P.ocause she refused to w ash a baby's lect'iitl.v went to lm with her hdii at mounted however skins.the skins Tor scientific obviously purposes stand a, the fortifications and the grounds ex-1 I Range '1.

face a native nurse at Ilongkon: has Meite.ii across the I'liiRh frontier, elusively! devoted to gun ttFtS. At pres1cnt .
and bluJsier
right.rt It
Jseys much bttttr chance of preservation
ciics : been fined f5; "d.sobcdience; of lawful wheie hhe diitl. Win the lulhii co\- most Insatiable the only power on the Hook is used { for your kitchen will nuke
their locked cases i and the
want a good Bedr orders" ertil with urtitlcl1Tl'utLs.. was tourist would t.{' a bit bewiidtred !- in lighting up the two channel range ', you laugh at the hi/h; price of coal.

> nice Cril for the Three hundred million feet of logs brought into ijwit/irland.: a fu.toins i after passing, : through; an exhlbition li.-hU.: After you have u-eli it a short time '
---- ----
were cut on the I'euobseot river last house otticiallaiiueil I duty on the will wonder sweated
of lO.fHK) animals however beau you why you
to Marston, l5'I season. This Is the largest harvest wreaths;, and after a deal of lontroersj FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE.
I tlfully mounted.A over a hot ceal ratine during the
ever Lnown and nearly one-half of it \ the sum of 4> ct'UISH.!> demand- Will cure lirizht'* Di>eae.
It heated term worried over
or wa .
Is for the manufacture cf )paper.It (.d and pl i,1. Will cure Diabete
I Cure for Cholera Infantum. I a fire on a winter's morning
Will cure Stone in Bladder. starting
has been discovered that the uihl.I The camera promises to become as

I Inc In Richmond.., where Poe edited indi i"usable ill LUMW&S affairs as the "Last May," says: Mrs. Curtis. Will cure Kidn r and BladderDi'aes.W' I when a touch of a match makes A
ofliookvvalter, Ohio, "an infant A. D'Alemberte, 121 .
NasalCATARRH Baker blaze confined to cooking
the Southern Literary Messenger i is tjiewner. It is now beitig: used in bright your
** : child of our neighbor's was -uffermg h. Palafox.
f""" still in and it Is i to I tlie of docuuitnts fctatis- I utinel5and not beating y, urwholl'
existence. proi-osp* reproduction ( from cholera infautum. The _____ --- I II ;
& place a suitable COllilJ1l'lUllrutitaLld tii'al tables and other JMIICIS wliose of body. S
I doctor had given up all hope re I If you want a nice present to give I
.ere ) on Its walls. duplication b\ liatid would) be laboiious COVE'rI took a bottle of Chamber-I to a friend go and look through the \ TRY COOKING H\ G.I'eosacola .-\ .

The semiannual distribution of prizesby and e\i"eiisne. Int very brief lain's'Colic nolera and Diarrl...> i S elegant line of suitable article at I

I. '1 the National Cash liegistry company p('riod the lumcra Kpioihues thosetliiiij's Remedy to the hou*e. tellitiir tt-fcir; ; J. I. Stephens you surely can find I Gas Co.

of na .ton. 0.. for tie! best suppestions > vita absolute correctness and I that I felt sure it would do good ilued S : something to please you. If you tI

; fur improving factor methods with niuih labor t-a\ed. S according directions. In tw I want anything in the Diamond line I I

and f'hlpwul'lIU In gold with A Tiench entomologist; Dajran. I days' time the child had fully recovered -i be sure to see him before you buy. 25 and 27 E. Garden St., Pentaccla rb. I
and Inow i nearly a yeai
encraved diplomas, were presented ti has tiled 'M-ral hundred species' of visroroul.ealthy\ !irl. ]][ I

., nO'
I> .ef" .tut John Tweed the sculptor who is executing : hi'al'iuus wajs, and has further mad.liiuiMlf ., | queutly have and have never known it t(; You can get your house S

!. '.ru..'-<'Ofol ;: the base' for the memorial to an uuthnrlty by collect,? I fail in any -iugle in-tance." Foi r furnished complete ut Mar-) -tl -

i vr.aLIru. I'ritNh soldiers who fell at Shancliai tiers' jienences.: Spiders, whieh I sale by all drud-t- and mediciui? I ston # Quinu's on
UI' I easy payments -
-". '. :-;,,, York. In the Mataliele war says it will be he has eaten, he does not recommend.. i dealer I weekly 01' monthly. f FRUITS ANOCONFECTIONERTS [ j jC.
dohcious :
1,11'l'llln a situation near the grave of Cockroaches, howe\er make: lI1ust ,

4 /-: =-:;. -- Mr. Ilhodos. A fresh tomb is to b excavated SOUL Caterpillars are light and ORCHARD AND GARDEN. I _AT

for the reception of soldiers' ea-ily t1i ;{!-tl'ol and are relished not I i

p JB1, \ FOR bodic's. only by African and American natives, I Mulch quince trees, with coal ushcs. i PROfESSIONAL OARDS.i APOSTLE'S

THIKBPLE.V airrmen, hate thunder. It turns but by rruiohmen, and locusts, friedor An untrujtful ouhard uay often i' --\l'CROW-E: M--D: I

their uik! sour in a few hour The made! into Hour and boileil in milk, f brought into bearing by a heavy nppl! i : U East GtiEtEitll St.,

reason Is that electricity changes the ere prized by the P.edoiiins. cation of manure. I Office 17 S, I'aUfoi
J ,rJ v isist ii .i Cont, Formerly Cordova Ile-taurautHtana
sugar in milk! to lactic acid. The ease- I Many orchards are seriously injure,11 Hoars from ton: 'a. in sad I to .f p. m
dud h\n Hord 11 Uead of the milk. being of tot a giovvth 0 r ()je car-load of Piuearples it 11.75 I
In. or cheesy p.trt : Henry J.. Khattuck: SiiMUbur; by allowing > heavy and after o'clotk

1 HI Her\ha.l>'. : Insoluble in presence of an add. is then Iowa, was cured of a stomach trouble I ; grass, around the steins of the trees !1 :llOllo CI3.I to $2.00 per dozen.

.,...-- ---.----------.----------------.T. precipitated into curds, and so the I' with which he had been" alllicted for, IJy keeping the fruit under the treeS I i I II
boxes of Chamber-" I
'JoNL"OI.INI). milk sours. years, hy cleaned up a large; number of pest
... i nn'* Momach and Ll\pr Tablet
> : 'l-oth the trees and the frui j LAW DEPARTMENTi
ram Avenue cl. s Ulnlnhp1Iysees. i iwl I injure
I N ,.. ,... He ha l previou-ly tried many other
v 'Hiid I
: furnii
'I > .J tll kid IIf pt-r-- li C'h l'l'. i'mid the 1 iiltt' :Maillot I I is remedies and a number of phyMciun-i : w ill be dcstrvytL i I
'II, .'/t'} !'trJ\.t.t railed I tI.I .' Avt-it mitt de la t ;rl lido ArtlXH'. without relief. For ale by all dru?:- \\ Iit-it' SUCh plants as dock, plantain

\. I. ;'I'} to .\. Aunprovi'd. b 1 !I"r. j i.s to (III' e\tendeil bivotid the Moilllnient l i'I gi-t.* and medicine dealers.SPORTING or daitkhon Ire growing in a livvnthe.v ; '

-- de li I eft-tine Ii' i 'orrlievoie I into I, .' may I.e tflectuall destroyed by B. Stetson University

i reHl f- tht heart of the brent of ::t. I"rmain.: : NOTES. an ppphcation); of \'itnol.Coosebenks ,
',all anuiunts at low I Do LRnd, i'1cridii. :
"ii LrIft, K.: Brook and currants are largely i.
s faiafox bt, hishermlm : 1-;. How lie worked Searchlight throe' propagated bj cuttings. In cutting out .JOHN I'. rOKIlKS I'll I... l'rl'.I.IHEJT.J I'\IU \ II. I.I It.. "ei rP.ill

YOUR APPETITE i miles at Hart lord. Conn., lectnlly InS i thc old wood the most vigorous paces Ti-rni ( '(iinnifiiccsYfilnrsil.i} O 'tolier J. 1JMH:!.

S :.l.J2:11 anal 2 Id. can it cut into l short lengths! and set I 1 -
V '(to you need money? TWo 'i YEAH i h'lt'ETh.Law 1I1'putmt'IItorJlthu I n. Mrinoii l'UI\"lty !gltei
v. any a.nount you..nt r.V. Iattl-tu-ld, Milburn X. J., has out for this: puiposc. i: atwo-y-ar' cour.... Iciidinuto the degreiof LL. KHKGKKK
:rnii Kill low rut rules Invariably tilltl.e condition <.f : AI' ll1' -. 1'" Till'ih.lplOIIft of the I I.a.. l 1'.-partm. iit of Julia H.
.1._-...n mpro\ed city rtalKala your
t hlt'rI'i', liouth lc-t beurtily and HIIJOV it. your -touucl.i i 224' ,, bj Cec.lVilkes.. Quick Relief for Asthma Sufferers. ,I, siredintorniutioii H'KTIUK 1!regardtnIhLaw 1-"IUI.\Tt" .-1-'orth..l.l\w.\nnoune"III""t Iepartnifit.aadre 4> ofl.ii".I. and .lloth..rl1.

i"l out If "rder. Try a few d&tof Eddie: I'.ald the opular cyclist: onetime Koley'* Honey and Tar affords nn- I I 1 ALBERT J. FAHRAH Dean ..f Law: Department,

I'l KOKKUVV MO.NfcY: htetterSttitnach Hitter- and notice hauipion Anurica, is attract- mediate relief to athmatillerer* in D.. Land.! t.h.

-'iro your property pro- th.- lnnprfb.4nIent.our :.11,petite innr much attention in the elstoJ his the wor-t -ta {C=- and if taken in time .

it-. buy or sell real INS will return. your food will bproprIy frjio%'d> riding.In will effect a cure W. A. D'Alem-
.r dCrpttOfl. have du'e-ted; and your health berte 121: S. Palafox.
Tulane of Louisiana.
Miur taxei attended, to. ill se-neral will bc better It c-nres the all England ladies' tennis I! University >,
1''H.,. C. 'A at on .t Co.
.jrance agents i"ensa- HKL iu\: INSUMMA. hLAhl.tI1F: :, championship games, held Wimble- ; '

moAruto, To everyone iMilKF! KIN, D\S1'I-I'&IA AM" C%>\- don reitutl.Mis. > Uobb beat Mrs.steirj O ..B TO TI. :IA. No"v r1oztii.e.EDWIN .

'n jwe will lend money ';1I I I'AIIONHOSTETTER'S" ', the holder of tl.e national title, Sear'the K-Il % J Ih" OJs e..J.
a bou l'. xfl-tt
-------- bj 7- and -1. .
o gflatre.AIL'Stofl ,, A. ALDERMAN, LL.D., President.nriPS j
i tI' It.-in Kid La\in-ne, the lightweight .

.,,, tenioniiit I champion of the \\'t'r1'1, has recoveredfrom I II I lull In Laiieua.;es.Hcicncfs. Enspn..rallg. Law Mfdirlnf .I'barmtcr' \rlcvin .
for f-.I.-R Separate l'<-p rttn"nts. Si\tfi-n KuiMin*. Kftrn u'>. l.ahrasrI.Laburatoriu.i
'!m-e Hint II.\ illu'rt, STOMACH BITTERS. his recent San 1' breakdown .
i and Workbtiopi Spk-ndiJ Ufpartm for Women In the "comb t oll.TulanAinik1) -"..
1 house in 'ond con
.!h. it by !.>!feetdi'>'p, APalttf and the doctors hope to bring $ juinatwe S leaders in all vocations Hi fscilitlc for Instruction a r" unsurpa....tIn
\ -- --- - --- -- him around all right some very nice Dressers and the Mouth Elllht.x Instructor,: umi I."I-tu J-nt* lust -'"'Ion. Many focbolar.blpi
---- -- -- in aoHdvmicdepartment nt oiii-n to Louuiaita tui%.. izp..n..e: of schol..ttblp ttudcati ,
I < U Al I';. DR. KING'SNEW A match will probably be arranged Wash Stands very cheap. i ll'ofor: tsion. Hoard and lodging in duriiiitorteu at low rate (>p|, >rtunmet ..:7orJ(lI
between Tommy lijan of Syracuse, I Hcademic students fur eir.elp.| In tb. ArB I..mlc Cohl.-ge.: nl) buy. If properly IIr"lIarN
--- TRY DISCOVERYFOR and Just the thing to go with i! for cOllege work WIll !... turned a."y from iiia'jility to pay tultiun. Sett tet lim b*.
F ino-t aeslrablo lot tn who has returned from England: ,, gmneOctuIar ht. Send for Catalogue.

.. a-v terms by the Usher.y. Jack Root, the recognized middleweight I Iron Beds. Addrl'. K. K. KKl'J K.Hecrttary. S
>: 'AU1!* south Falafoi1talm THAT COLD.
champion of the "e t. .
TAKE --- -
--- -

I \\ .lllltMl Mitlf. Cures ConsumptionCoughs The best physicCtnambriaiii'stomacln ::f>-WE WILL-$ S

--------- Colds Bronchitis Asthma and Liver Tablets. Easy to

\, to learn harher. trade Pleasant in ellect. For sale

weeks required. etc: tools steadyieotion pre PneumoniaHayFeverPleu-i by take.all druggists and medicine deal- CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODSat

,' .rday, diplomas grant- LaGrippe Hoarseness
i iteed fatalogue mailed ,

: .'-i olletft, :.NewMS Ilrl..anl Sore Throat, Croup and erCASTOR and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of

I. ', .! Men from hicnmbiace Whooping: Cough. IA S -.-*Fall Goods+-.---
for "
"nment to Service prepare. Apply to NO CURE. NO PAY. .

I intt. uedar Kapids. la.. Pric. 50c. and S I 1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.PILLS. For Infants and Children.
:1jylm.d.1w.W. 2-* doz Ien'- Laundned hhirts, 68 pair Ladie Spring Ht',18Iao"8. Get your boy ready for school.

: The Kind You Have Always BougM I regular f lt to close at 75c. regular ?1 g'Odftoc1oequick at bOa We carry a full line of Buy!' !o ulu. 'I

." TJU. CHIC HSTE 'S ENGLISH 27 doz Men's Colored Lanndned: pair. ;as Hoys' !o uiti. regular price, fl.CW,

--- r, ENNYROAL feears the // !shirts, regular i5c, to clo-e at ;i>c.o" Ss pair Ladies': Low Cut Slipper, to close at Tie' suit.
\\ \ '('.1 solicitor: will pay ,.. 6Boys' Wool Huit* 4..un
()'%sl.s ( regular price
Ad- ... Signature regular 11.25 good, to close at ?105
i ,1.n to r.ght one I *VI lah Isdia. j doz Men'; Colored Laundried (l.5) and f 1.75. to clo-
e 11.15
;Llsl1r4 suit
fhhI'tITER" t. (
I : lor
> )tt1rt' mltL_ i In..Ht.1I. lat t.olol ......". n ,I" ...e of Shirt5, regular OOc good, to close at pair. 120 Hoys' All-Wool huiu, regular!

\\ 5' Ml kinds ot empty ,beer .P......Inb.......a......latenootbep...I..Lto.. ..d Refus.1.lta ---- -- 35c: ; these goods should go in 21 (j'; pair Men's Low Cut >hoe=, regular price .2 UlJto ':$.1)). to clOol& at ***)
H KKIIDMAN.. no,BttMB I 11_.. "or"f ,otr L'nz.u or,1 .... .. hours. H.oO good, to close at |1.2i) and f2U) suit' '
.. .
...... 1'.1. T.ul.11
...1 ''It.lI.f* fur Ia4i......*I..... b, ... DISUSES 20 doz Men's French Neck Balbrian ?- We carry the largest line of Boys'Pants
: ......... .. IDNEY
ItL 1.t'ltI. -i-! un %.i1. I..T. ''' s.t.bp : pair.We
.. (.. Undershirts at 2uc regular 25c carried by home
01,40. 1 bI.hester h.I..1 ? the any in the
.. line of
.. Boy
-- -- .. .....!loct..... ...d..... ..n.ure. "IIIL4. PAfl carry %
." KKUWN LKUHOKN8 good Shoes of any house In Pensacola. city.All
> tock and Kjg: for sal.. h4g1Sctfat&1o( sfld.u. 30 doz Men's French Neck Balbrian ?- Bring your Ijoys to uwe can fit of our Ladle and If"u'f'.

S ft l W1IU Ihrj\\'u"Co'I, 1tt i** CURE YOURSEmJ2 &tI ? Undershirt, at 30c, regular 45c, them in any size.Ve drop titched 25c. Lose, to close at
4 2tc.
... fi t nnn.tore) &: sold by others at 50c. pair.
11 \ III (.oou r.% ntz \ have jut received a full line 10u( doz \I1ile
jehIrgifl4hmmuui0fle' hose
I,1 ti S* *- V irriutuint' otc.r&tioCI All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirt We will ,
M \H KEIKVK-Mannfsctarer Is to close at ()c doz, or 4 pair for 2:
1 i >c.
S .. Toilet mUCOQI mewttan4. close at 75 cents. close at oOc for choice. Someof I
a m Hair Goods, Hau. and aot uUn FOLEY'II= your 75 doz Men's Seamless, half hoes-
.. .. Oil, I"tO..82v 'Yo'. bovernment or poldomlOU$. 1 72 Pair Ladies'; sprmz: Heel Low them are worth f 1.50.We regular lOc Joodoto close at 6c pair.

c'ef > by Dr rUtt. Cut Slippers, 2-2 to 7, regular Jl carry a full line of fckirts. We have just receded a full lint

I \\ TM. "or Kunerult erat expre ia!plain. prPp&Id.tC wr pxr. rdundaL Cort.t&mI goods to close at7rtc pair. Look at our window display. !I ofLadiea'KldUloTe in all ,had,,!.
- W. or S bottlet. K? or montfttmtdiu
\ ,- 1IR.' UNKRAL8 InrnUneilonqaets ? rctler sent on by cmlDtnt
.> special design rtcofolzcd Remember must have Room and Prices will
S'S Moreao.SJS: tteit Oregory fat we if Sell Them, we will have Room. .
:WdlraT phyilclAns u the best

l FV l () '" J"a tl04. PARKER'SHAIR.. BALSAM I 1CIW1 and BI&d -- -.............- et- u --
PromotM lus""anl growu.We ... "M') ,
I \ ;I na
KKand Floral Letl<:ntssiii. Fm.'. to lieotore Or7I

\ S >U.'rtno.ordered S.'S Weit for enttomreiir ( regOry.S .. coy.Bur er.n. to. p it d..MM Youthful t b&'f Coor.I4 W. A. D'ALE IBEItTE. I tO lO;i SOUTH PALAFOX STREETa (o.
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-p -- -- :! OVER HALF A t Humors Stroopt i in t 1h\l'lIr'f I '

__ ,. s ; I'! They take possession of the body and -
Lords of Misrule
HUNDREDOASESta:i They are attended by pimples boils, the The VJ: I Annual . Eatered at the Post Office at Pensacola I : fetter salt rheum, and other cu Kiuimi: Decent'inyurplu'from .. \'t"
TU, lecond-class matter. neous eruptions; by feelings of weakness, Very Low RatesTO ,
-- laitaor, trenersl debility and what not.
OrnCE .- 'Itt's Building: SllJi) South more suffering than
cause anything
r t l.tox street op-stairs Every officer on the force worked i I (el?e. I,. 1 THE[ (ij ODITABLE l[

Peace and
health, streneth. Pleasure
yesterday and last night as if his

THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. i I very life depended upon it, and this |i ]i imorning's require effected their expulsion, according and to thousands this is positively of- Mountains Lakes and SeashoreVIA
I grateful testimonials by ASSURANCE[
WtlHlA f
Terms: Invariably in Advances docket showed np fifty- '} Hood's Sarsaparilla 11,

On Year by Mail .. ... .. ......... t5 u> ;i eight cases from which the city was j 'stt" . .
BH Months .. ... .... .... ..... 2W 1 !Whkh radically and permanently drives ',
:; I tOne gainer by '2U3. i them out and builds up the whole syHtw' Re'(erne and +titles '
K eekby Carrier, Payable Monday lu I Cases of every description were on I 4 I Louisville & Nashville R. R. . "';

TELEPHONE NO. 118. i the docket and ome of the defendants I Ii W' -

I II were assessed very heavy for JAILED J IN i I Ii Saturday, August 16, 1902.ROVND deud are puJPaidtoPolicyii. '.

I what are usually insignificant! cases. t "t M! .

tlvloN II TRIP TO IM. . . .
Jennie Savage reported to Otficer i
I MOBILE New Insurance is' '
I, Schmitz lat night that Fred :hcrog-- I Chicago, $ J5.00 Cincinnati,$14.00 l'ot4111lUraIlCf'1IDec. "

gin had assaulted her she denied :31, 1W1

PSK3AOOLA, AUGUST 12, 1902 I Ij today that he had done it but afterward I, Louisville,$ J 2.00 St. Louis, $ J 2.00 Notwithstandingcial .

;j I' strength of tt: ::0.
acknowledged that he had ; "Lucky"| Shil-ton. well known
CHINA and Japan are buyiug cot- $18 ROUND TRIP TO FOLLOWING VIRGINIA POINTS greater security w
I i she was ordered held to the criminal Pensacola, was picked up on the i, holdertherebv I
ton in New York giving Liverpool .,.
f' the go-by; it u but a step farther to j jPensacoia | court for perjury.. Scroggin was streets of Jiobileye:,terday and sent Norfolk, Old Point Comfort Ocean View, Roanoke, are ter than LOWllloi given \InKNOWLK.S> ( \,:. ,

, the logical port of theotton '' fined $iJ. I IF. to jail as a dangerous and suspicious| Hot Springs, Virginia Beach.
, 1 belt. A. Looks, a Spaniard, was upfor
I I cursing. It was shown he had i i i The real nature: of the charge AshevilleN.C., $14.00 Deer Park, Md., $20,00 111:11\:
r \"T.Hils. t county did not hold a j (
second primary today, a- the state I Ij used the language; at the depot when '1 agam-t him is not known, but it is'' Niagara Falls, $20.00 Chautauqua Lake, $20.00 Genernl is
t r't executive committee filled to end the platform was crowded with stated he has been affiliated: with ROUND TRIP. .inH ... I'alaf.'Xt!
j 1 c our neighbors the nece-nary ca-h to '!! lad if's. For this he was fined $!;;, !I parties; in that city whose action* --
Ticket- good returning untilugust inciuu.i..
31 1902
i. pay the ., :i notwith-tanding his strong plea for i have given the policemuch! trouble j j jhhilton Through Sleeper Coaches Chair Cars and Dining Car- Everv SANTA ROSA SUREBATHINC

THEKE will be one -iti-faction to'';i mercy. I claimed that he could get thing the lust ESTACI MTI

the fortune-hunters in (hine5ville'l I I Jim Rabbit was arrested for assxulting the best of recommendations ato
R. W. SUBLETT Ticket Agent Pensacola.
who turu all their ground over try-I Catherine Faulks with ai! character from Penacola, his home I- 1-:; I' wd, W

lug to follow the example of the old I :-'UI"I.I\_' i V"'i :
knife While he was at the box :
colored woman who dug up j4nt sKl, j Sinlees i.' in ,ill .inji I ,
I in gold-they will have ill their -.ea1'0U' awaiting the patrol wagon he broke :, < ; .tier! ri treat>H.'

. plow ing done aud can go right i I away from his guard and ran. ()li- ,''
a on to planting. i cer Ingram and deputy gave cha e I'they refused to vi-uch for him ----- l'll.\ -

and captured Ribbit after a run of 1 A CLEVER TRICK. I PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOLi
it.MKM Fi1zt(1'lill LEE, Captain LOOK PLEASANT PLEASE.

Kichtiiond Ifub-un and Miss EllenMoiie one block He was fined ?::; for his lion a -nnnii I.inrvpr ..nppnml>.'il InHIH i -- See I I'nt'' '' I
i Photographer; C. C. H:irlan, of ; '
are new additions to the ChlU-j i little diversion this m jrning. : EltonU., can do -o now, though for Ilitulwrtn'HMisiii".-. I i Third .\ "I'.i" 1I"m.. b. 1"i :;: :

tatuiua platform thi- year. It- a'1! Mary Hard-, Henrietta Smith'I .yearhecu Idn't, b cau-p tip-utfer-l I,j ":'Ily f.r-t .irt>'rtpt u u: ikp:4 a .Ctrl !i 1f'lliha !.",. IIMIJ: a" d tII.I..

Hurt of 1I1n- UIl1 exhibition(Jeneral i ed untold agony from the wont form i iof for inxvlf leas iiit Ftlrrr.Sllil:' laugh June TJ: I'liiJ!
I and Mary Roland were each fined < indibtion.11: physician* and : cd l tin .iitorne.\' ", '10 i- tall Known it Ett-r\'blld\ i- i
Lee for the fat man, Captain lobs ; 1 ; piece of thir: .inBjrht
'lulu for keepin house; of ill-fame. medicines filled to help him till he t'.e! .IT.V. aa It'atl.iu h.allibt.uWbN; for '
.In the ki--iiig freak: and -Liss Stone The of it. 'j"\
tried Electric Hitters, which worked I uri rhuprd from tin !law 1'11"01. I aim thichnol jft provide '
the b.iudit'-captive. Occupants and vi-iwrs, uinrberinga -uch wonder for him that he declares thorough H IUH :o-CHoor* and chttice tomtit. ,1,1 1.
h.ulii't: the !
slightest lieu where lo
Thos. C. Watsonhaveome
- -- tferersrom COLLF.UK I'REPARVIURY fc C
dozen i they are a god-end to intruction. )
tined ;
were fj each.
i.i'e. MI when' I hawed ,
THERE will be thousands of southern i f dy-pepsi and stomachtrouble I sec a ueusIntl The -chool tit e-peci.ilinteret parts>'.i, ito ;

! touri-t- ho will take adv'antage ,j Three white boys were sent up for -. Unrivaled) for di-esi-esof ,, I., thtffiect that .a sunll; buiPIOIHIOUS to three cl. --e' : oiler ju-t now :
', the htrttnach. Liver and KidnejJ town in tLe central I p:.rt oi 1. Tho-e who having complete 1 run to com Cud i t
If t 1C day each for of the e\cur-ion- to murethut '
cheap i' They build up and give new life toi i tLc' Mate was in Htvd.f an .itiornej ai the grade: of the public school wl i-li! \ <>u WIl1ll"v.r rio. n' "
21 dozen points in the North this j around the )hall of the !1 I II to their .
meeting nil- the whole-y-tem. Try them. Only'I law I Ion'ke
; month.Ve vvih more could _'0 it-a : ,-at ion Arwy. The boy- formed i .j"c., iranteed by \\ A. D'Alem- i. awl JifjOttl; to po tliere at om e. But out leaving home. =-
\ part berte, i 2. Those who wish
i i dtuggi't.I with the aid
etfective of the in IIOIPr 1 tafL.1- ; "hillll'
very way convincing up : ; NOTICE ;
of a hre: guig.: i of the careful individiiil-ittentMn TO CAS CONS ;,
, ; northerners that we are not near as : _._ __ nn .__ I ,I 1 ills-covered that soother! )'011:1:; that can be ;given -mailer cl!:i-e-

t. black! 11- 1'rof. nledd paints us. j jIr BIG BATCH !airier ha-1 M-WI the satire item and :and a longer ALL WERE SAVED.
that he. too. had looked tlitinf
"r- of
,! I'jion more rapidly than H possible for r" otll-' the P"nb"atN.sand- I''
;+ i., e-tiiiiated that nearly TJ perl i|I "For yeir -tillered such untold 1 lnac' :..u as IH-HI;: evpf.i-illx prepared! for them in public -chool-! : \\i I-

! cent of the deathcaued by injuries i mi-ery from ISronchiti-: ," write- J. |; OF DEFENDANTS nIn.,netit and Iud opined an ot'ue in ,{. Those who are fitting! themselves d.irJeitrei.i

' received in railroad accidenthave1.I, H. John-ton, of Brot1 ightou, Gi, tLc t'lvvi I ri-alizi'il that there wnuM for college. I
"that often I was unable to work not lie r "\II for Lath '"f us in so sni II In addition to the u-u il in-tnlr- :"'HJ'(

:'I resulted from want of immediate, Then] when errr thin:; the failed, 11wiwholly 1! Jim Murray and Will Hunter, for 'n jii"o! I .il'ftl! a tuettin;;: to form lion in KnglHh, Mathematics; 111tort' "-
skillful and intelligent aid to the-uf- : cured by Dr. Kiu:'- :\ew a < oi iriiinitof inUrp'-K Oecgraphy, Litm.etc.: ui-trur- This wcatliT //.
fertr. '1'" in-ure prompt and colts J Di-cuyrry for Coiumption :My w ; : tion is olfered i>.it/,',nt 1',',' tuition
Aott.: said 1. know < ifra.w You
well grow.
'you fl ; a. i
altered luten-ely( from A-thuia liquors' in Greek French Uerm:in and :'
;'eteut a--i-tunce to the wounded the ; I do that there is
i I it cured her, and all our experience I ; not bumcshue t'nou1 ish.l keen cutting Laicnant I

Chlci: :and Northwe-tern llnlroidCompatiy {;oeto ,|10W it itlir best Croup i for train riding, and Lee Thomas for f| 1 1i for Imth of n* and that s.viiicr or corner of Vest Gad-den and Spring I draw S hen
will f-tabh-h School of''' medicine in the wllrld." .\ trial will i 'later title will hue to quit and po elewhin. -treet-, in a building which i- tll it !

%tructiiia where train crew- will I convince you It'" unrivaled for ,! c cirryiug concealed weapon*, were '. Such lieins the case, I propose be arranged to adapt it e-ptinll to Willis Ilardu'un t ;

be tuht rudiment Thian 1 liro it and Lung di-ea-es. ( uaran ill brought; down from Century li-t'i'! that we ant+-r into an agreement the need- of the -ehool
: try urgery. :' teed bottl"- On:, and fl tut. Trial bottle The numb-r of pupil in attendance .
sheritlirewtouM! I that the first one who suertHMls in J.tlin FRANK SECARI'S BATH '
!- uuioviti.iii of humane progtv free at \V. A. D AlemberteS.'AN night by Deputy : ;: a chi nt shall have the uVM to is limited. Hence tho-e d<.-ii-

mo-t ct'ijmieiid ible.) andshelby and pi iced in the county | j Ihni''lf. the oth r seckitg grl'l'nt I ink admittance -houl.l conimumcat* I" '
ible ep" W lt>T -'
a" early as po-- with ti.e Princi
lilt: word- of U,inker \Va-hing-- 'I jail.: They have all hid preliminary ; I(pa.urres.: (II y, fur wiiit ,
"He agreed to the plan and ve drew I pal.For c'partnient f, .:
ORTHODOX further
ton, the acknowledged leader of the trial and will be held until the coming iuf..nuLi'll. term- and
tip and surnnl a 1'11\,1'1' to tint eflttt I cltaloi!up. addr.;- t"IHf,4l1t. Nell- -t
zit-;r" race, to the Negro YOUUJ,: term of the criminal i court "Tin next uiornit!: I chancel to lookout L'AKMIKDM.:, bath loin*,, u, l'

PeopleU' Con renow aiembted -- JEWISH FEASTAt May i i- ailed to have -old whiskey, i i of iiij o.Ii-<. win.IIJ111I,1 aw! a Priniip "rPKU cent-Cor. CVvallo-J- '. ,
I /
III Atlinta, forcibly refute- I man deliln'ratcly! A\a'k: tip to another r J\'AI.H.\\'IUU.\..
in any quantity desired, to the ne-
the infam"U charge ,>f 1'roteo t I -- man and kn"'k him ilovm. IJeallzlng \--I-t.lllt.

the southerner's roes about Century, some two dozen that here chain. 1 seized
UdJ aM it wa my my
-tlu-et t!.evening the Ortho- : 134 134 134 134 : i
tiumatutv to the negro. Darin; thcourt r ;i dox Jews will of whom will be brought here a1witne hat and ru-hed! out BAY EXCURSION THURSDAY. .
I begin thi feast ofJTihe
liesaiI Ste? hue. said I to the azCTesor'I ; .
i hipeech : =':eHe conducted a small .
I ];.)ob. Of celebration the 'I you knwk that man down with 134 IS iutAldcrssuts
"If we ire to continue to make I Mr. Allen will be of
grocerjstore there and woul1 not i, oellliquota ut prnctaiun and doubtless! he will in charge an .
prt-sre-1 .1" :' rlclt the :South, the Tampa Tribune say : excur.i"n to the life felt i L.
'Lave arn-stiil for it. Now I -ivingfition
II I to he did notknow. you am .
time li.t- come when ins larger de- "The ob-ervance i- one of mourning an attorney, and If you will let me on the steamer Enterprise, Thar-- 134. II '. '11..:('', I 1 4

fier we intl-t -eek out tho-e of our on the part of the Jew? for the I! --- -- Lave the ('I1"'e"'I'n day. The bolt will leave: tire wharf ., .

white neighborwho ire our friend loss of their old home in Jeru-alem. pot a lawyer,' he ;:1'0'1t'l1.I'ointitl at 5 o'clock 1'. m., returning at Ji.fci.Tin : 134 134 134 134 lit

and take: coiin-tl with them In : to a doorway where stood mytrinniu is an excellent for _. .,.
DENTAL opportunity
SOCIETY --- -- --
After ,::i\ mouthy of wlrfare'a "dagamt ,; rim!
nearly everynuthern
community the mothers and children t" fscipe
; i them Titus, the "I kept lIlY part of the agreement nil r. u want mat .
by Rumao
there are w lute men who are ju-t a- iI the heat and da-t of the and ,
I and left tow n, Years afterward 1 learns city enjoy for little 1II1111f'I I I'
much intere-ted in our progress as I the city wa- finally captured on the id that the whole thin:; was a put up the surf bathing for a few hour-, Stephenthe jp"'I It I r ralitlnotlate j

any people) III any part of the country itth day of .\bb. During the projre-* sing! of niy rompetitnr. who hail given II,,:!! 'UU.

and we Should' let these people i the ar'irressi\e *10 to knock down
of ; party
I this war iKHJHM! ( >l Hebrew- were I
know that trust them and that I A ineettui, of the deuti-t tit I'en- REMOVAL
either killed the man aciin'-t whom lie hail a ..I II kinds of elm r '
forced ,
we desire their friend-hip and their I or into captivit ;icola was held last evening at s i pru l-r<>. protnivins_ to ilefeml him in ,
by the Il. mau-, and since i' court and all '." OF rocking chair a M ir
co-operation, I that rim'o'clock at the lice of Dr. C. Hay pat e iM-n-e- iKtroit FINE JEWELRY
I they have been without home i Tree I'rl'-. (r Quina's. I'rn-e\ i' ,.
a 'Mitchell i in the Thie-en building -
"Finilly lit unever grow di"- those of them who I will move .tuck low.
were left being : my j"wl-lry
;:; for the purpose of organizing: a -o- Cc"nomy- Lnlxir.
couraged. We have made imuenprogre4 etc. sometime between
now in.i
I driven from "IT > is of the
the ( ore mo-t resourceful!
country They
aa race. All races, ofwhatever i iI ciety for mutual benefit. I knew.Vliy ." Sppt. 1, to the store now occupied bj
I have been laze men ever ] a-s & Co. and
wanderersnice, hopin > meanwhile) will civ'e
color, have their diilicul- i A temporary orgamzition of theiPeuacola "\ do that"
I you sir peciU bir,{:niH -f, as to cloout avouch SWELL STATIONEBY'Soil
ties and dl and -ome day, by the aid of the Zioni-t I "
J -C ttiragelltenti we Dental :society carts et- "lU-cause. instead of w ritln_ out his of my pre-cottuck apo-'

I can be no exception. Let us keep I movement, to again secure a hornet[I fected by the election of Dr. C. geed,: resolutir.n he cuts the page forJan Bible, to ave moving expen-e. t'al;
Hay ,
: our faith lad p.ltlt-nct', and continue e i in their beloved city, ,, ;: I, 1001 from his all diary an I quick and get big bir,:nn-. ). ,[ t' .
lo gi> forward. Let remember i ', Mitchell a$ pre-id"nt and Dr. H. H. pasted it in under 10iJ2."-Chicago tf J.1. MKI'lUNs ('liE I' 0\ ,

[ that our -urf'-t protection will be in "Onthedayoftheir surrender their i I I Boulter as secretary. I'ost. -- -- 11(, t I-i !t.t t.-. I

It our tlettilnet'. the, community m temple wa destroyed and the detruction | The society then entered: upon a HI. Olfp,. ". I OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine en ""''"r.

which , I he great human w.i- ju-t [(.'1.1 year after the s ';i i di'cu-'sou of the method to be tdort- The Missionary! -My frion.l. I am I InLu

taw' which alwiyrewards and eu- / de-truction of the first temple by !i iNebuchadnezir | ed that woulJ compel fend gnat" :Afraid that you Jo not realize the uy-te-r- today, Frv :'"-mNn ltJJ -' t-
coura.remerit iud virtue i* everI.tting1' ,dreailfulness of the drink evil. i..II.E. in itc' .
It withe lastI of 1. to pay for professional: services !
The ranmr
etertlll. i I I -V\hy, ma'am, I nevertoch --- ----
. .. I tHen he Hebrews as a nation./ In the celred.i t'I' a "Irop. I

\\ iMr\\ I5.}-. |i'the homes of all Orthodox Hebrew i' The next meeting of the Society : JuJ'e.The lomry-I'.ut! you raise Lops. FINE STATIONERY. THE FOUNTAIN PEN

In the excitement of .i lively eXerBile j i.are found se'eralmall boxes rods y will be held at Dr. Mitchell's ol'.ee -

!; like t .i:it-racial or bill-playiui. 1 I 'in which a fund i iraied to a",i-t: next Monday evening at f' o'clock. other nlrer.ra. C. V. Thompson, No. H :.s-oati.! i- 'in Iii- ,iUlore :: .

j they wtl: I-trim their mu"clt' audit) I tbt' Hebrews, Jerusalem, who 1''! i first MrrmaiJ-I Lear that Marconi Palafox street, hajut oper.ft1 ;i t'i d. '
are Subject f'+r di-cu-ion, "Cli ; Le 1 Las fcuccecileil '
. home limping andore.. Then theyare I In sending ness.ijresncioss new supply of Linen and limid W. ..!. I' I I. .
in distressing circum-tauce Thi* bl"ti'H1." I the ."as without wires. I
t glad they have Ferry Davis i imoney II putsstLev'll Papers, white, blue and .!ray. will tt ,. 1VCRANO ,
collected i I soon take up the c-ibl-".
: 1'aiuklllrr on hind tooothe theqilvtriiu" I -emiannuillyby I A cordial invitation w extended Seomd :Merutahi-Dear me! What Envelopes match, Oxford lz4 ; t' t t" '

nerveto penetrate the 1 'Ma-hulach,' who comes from I:I to all member-of profession Vi5- will v\e do for clotheslines?Chicago I al-o Foreign: Mail Tablet- with En- -

'r tnu-cles with warmth and healngx Jerusalem) and averageabout; ; iting the city News. velopeto match. Ink. PeDciN!

; '" er. It ha< relieved the pain of ,*000,000 annually.:' I i Penholders, KUnkbook'. File etc.. EXCURSP
two ;eneratbtnof Americans. -.. -- -.- --_ I II I i BarhrlorN Concln.lon."I etc.. always on hand.
large bottle25 and 6n cent-. wonder where that man who Roe> Phone 234:
!!ohaI.1" Into Your MPWH i,I REGISTRATION NOTICE. Into the Same with: the twenty-one --- -. .- --
, !
. I _All>n'- Foot-Ease, a powder. It To tho r who rt-si-t-Tfd for tl1.. pnUlHI" I lion' ; pots; his nerve:" From hut to Oilil.
t'O'lIU'11 D.CE1' i -martin On .lUHP 1., ISHMi ,4. "I s po'P he's been married: so long;
cures painful uervoufeet i
i ; : I i ,
: MAUNULIA FF THUK:' DAY be :l:n't afraid of anything." Cleveland Dy-enteryisprevalent everywhere
} I and ingrowing' nail, and in.tautly j I II You will have to regi-ter in order i ito ; in summer and is due to mlt-matic
XIOH T1AINdAl'.S: :;$&) AN I Dealer.
I takes: the sting out of corns and bunion ', vote in the General election) in I poisons, and begin* abruptly wit* To Mar '
; \I. LAST: THAIHETl'Ho': ATllfri. inflammation of the I" i
. ;: -. I'? the greatest comfort dicocery ;- S November. The deputy rt-sji-tration : nltrd him mucous lining; "u: ,d iJ' in .: \
IICKKT"; TKNl.s.: ATl of the large bowel. In America t:idieae "
.i >Kl't>TFolcy's. of the Allen'! ? F.nt- orticer- will open their books in all : S'e U an adept in prrography.: w e 1* common. but properly! I nun, d'4 t 4) Ii

, i I Ease makes tuht or newhoe- feel tiir: ditruttommencing the first 1 toM: him. I treated: does; not result a* -ienwu-ly, null x..* .
H-iui.i1 ,
: Honey ana Tai I ea-y. It is a certain cure forweat- Monday in eptember., two dry* in "TUt mIl lit me exactly," replee. +1 in the tropic Perry Davis': PlIl1'killer June.I'M tr I, \1 (.
I b for I'ru i= the b"-t known
: i ni!, callouand hut tired aching 'each week to r ;:-i-t'-r all who reji- verv fond of pie myself. remedy and Mar:'it u. *. Ji frf.
, Xoopiate* I feet. Try it today Sold: bv all 1! feted 1 in June and all who have not -l'itt lIur? Cbruniclc Telegraph. of the dyenterj.mot ttlicaciou- in fie treatment a. llrk..t- ..' If .

h Crass J'hearstlzat will cut ''drujrgitand hoe i'tnrt'i'. Don't,rf'i! -tt'red. I ICABTOn.XA. turu'in any r".lUI,1 ,
accept any sub-titute By mail for i! Purr> 'aye !i..k.- I'
!, close, at the Willis Hard 25c.! m t tamps. Trial package FRFKAd1re T X. Ant vi 3Supervisor 13em the E+aa y The finest line of sterling silver! F'.t fur .'r I ,
{ ;?. Allen :?: OlnisteJ, LeRoy. .t R '.n tr.ltlOn. goods and silver novelties is to be I.
k jcare Co $. N Y. I 9.i3t r4 tue aC#;& -#"l- please found at all.J. I. (Stephens'. Prices to ftt" : Pr


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-'. O'! EAL, President; No. scoa..C F. C. NORTON, Cashier ; I I v sasaa525asasas S2If2 I

f. |. 1o) Vice-President; M. E. CLARK| Ass' Cashier. Summer Special | ( 1J 5,000 T s floes

AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF I I i} NEWS NOTES : "Kooler Corset" 1 C fitf /[ \ TcrcBB!! Lace

PENSACOLA, FLA. I : Clearing Price g Jj ;" Jp 2l1 serlins t i

High tide will come tomorrow at i flWWW'TTn

Designated Depository of the United States. 11 4:19 a. m. j ii i lit 19C P81ri | J T2iilBiiaf.SESHSHSHSH |

Mrs. Allen will give a biy excur- !, HEHSHSSS2SH5H s
Condensed Statement at the close of business; ; Aujr. 6, 1SK)2.) sion Thursday night. i U -

RESOURCES: LIABILITIES. : Joe Reed will give a moonlight excursion -

'. .*b\\>- I3W.771.69 Capital Stock f200.000.00 on the Enterprise tomorrow i MONDAY ChEARlnG-s1 h !

L"-">s. 17.914 21) Surplus 10,000.00 night. I

."-. ;.:. 1,023.64 Net Profits.. ... .-.... 10.000.6S
:. ,"J, and Premium. .. ...... .. ... K,250.00:! Circulation..... .. ... .. ..... .... .... .. .. 75.00000 The days are getting shorter. The
." ..curitfs, etc. 2,625.00 Deposits 354.294.06 sun will rise one minute later and
.' :and Fixtures.... ...... .... ...... 6.718.4s: set one minute earlier tomorrow I We are Pressed for Room L t. :

: 499.12
i Ext tau;{e 19d,4'J2.41 than it did today. l lt !

The Terminal Co. will run a late *c Fall Stocks Arriving !
1649,294.74 L !
1649! 294.74 dummy tonight, leaving I'ensacola:

.I PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. : at 8 o'clock, and returning: leaving

I Barrancas at 10 o'clock. Round trip. ....ALL SUMMER GOODS 1 MUST MOVE.....

----- 25 cents.

H. FAIRCHILD I 12 m., and the mayor announced that Remember the bay excursion to be I And: in order to gain room the Prices Here Juottd \iol halt. and in many
12 NEGROES the city was not ready to proceed given by the Oadsden street Metho- instances.: Less than Half the Former Pricf. lt' your opportunity.t-

rPUOLSTERErI.: ( with the trial until tomorrow. list: church. Boat: leaves Palafox I ter take advantage-it's your lat chance thitaoii
ROMANA wharf at 7:15. Ticket 25 cents Refreshments 'I
:8 EAST : UNDERARREST Each of the negroes have lawyers :;
on board. i I \

'Refinishing Furniture a j ,repre"entitlg'them, and all the legal Have you voted yet for railroad iI,I'''COLORED: BATISTE AND LAWNS. ;, 3,000 YARDS NAINSOOK CHECKS

Specialty.r ; -- I'"lights." colored m each want-
I case : I commissioner? If not, go to the 1 I Former price e''l..., ht 12''.. and lc.1 Lar: >;*. 01.111111': and Sin ill ('l 1 .ckMonday < .

iionoR. 4Dtt. II I II I POLICE HOT AFTER ALL IMPLICATED \ 'ed their clients released on bond.'I,polls( at once and do so. Railroad Monday the yard 5c. I the Marti i
I ,Mayor: Jones staggered: them by an- i i commissioner is an important ofllce i

IN RECENT BURGLARIES nouucing that he would accept :a' ;:and: there should ba a full vote poll !lOne case "Kati-te DTrevior" and Kniirt of I Is ':.;61111.. .,

K. WHITE, I I bond of no less than J5UO in either I Ici I''ed. The polls will clo-e at sundown "Organdie Supreme," in Brintiful Satintrlpr and ('row's ear I" II- in :

Manufacturing Jeweler i OCCURRING HERE. : -6:31: standard time. I Floral and tripe Design, Monday sheer amid uifdiqm W0ir>>t9, Mcitit
5 iI I : -e. I It i is needles today that none > I
I : The Meyer Shoe Co. has a large 110, yards for sjc.I cliou-- at !lie .vard'TIM !
I. 1111111111' Optician! of them are out of j jul. I I
I' and attractive advertisement in tin* -
Extreme meaiurehad to h'" One of the ollicers thecae I
"t I'Pn..eol., Hi working up issue! offering unheard of bargain

adopted at the city lull this morning I I *, and iu whose possession are I at their "Odd and EuJ" sale. Read i <
in order t'lat anything like order now a number of warrants, aid this the prices then hasten to their storeto I
I i
rrt could be had before court could pro- morning that besides the dozen now secure some of the bargains before i 15.000 Yards New Embrodieries. Beautiful Qualities and
> they are snapped up by other buy
EVENTS ceed. i
t i5II1JIWUiItIA arrest he thought by nightfall ; -
ers. This is an opportunity of a lifetime Designs. the Best we have Offered this Season.
Interested negroes were every there would be fifty orixty !' .

where. Mdewalkson each side of more. The evidence as drawn out Commercial travelerwaut the .....812: to IQc yard... .

,\U P ) I Jefferson street fronting the police from the principal: defendants in best of everything gum and they i Ii _____________ __ .
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J | fetation: were packed and jammed plicate: a Large number, and shows ;! usually ;get it. That's why the Merchants |
and peile-.triani-m along that way: tint the burglars were aided greatly hotel. so popular with traveling -

..,. of Jack-onvillel I their nefarious I I : MH II. Ask a commercial traveler 4d doz.. Hemmed, Colored harder, 2'. anti! tee; ligahtir-t"n Moti.i\
was seriou-ly impeded. in calling by people
-- l'arrip.Ou'lipr.: I anywhere where he -lays when big value at 'JUc, Monday 12'.i-' each, i at l.'ic card.!
The fact that two of the mo-t in all parts of the city. j
tii-h will leave: this he is in Penacola and, nine times
: prominent negroes in town, A. H. Tno-e under arrest up to noon today
:idat Monteagle, I out of ten he will say, at the Merchants -

Whorley and A. H. Hogau, were iu were rful Uraves. C. H.Johu.ou\i L NEW ARRIVALS

solitary! conftatiaent charged with a Frank Tolbert A. Whorley, A. H. |
returned on the
iv. afternoon from I complicity in robberies which oc- Hogan, Whitfield Ingrain, James THE WEATHER New Val Laces and InertingNew; IMtatid "rkt tliookCiat

.f diy In )[ont- curred with such frequency here recently McCloudVill Hpanu: Joe Keee, i! lames, etc. ; Xl'W1 Velvet Uibbon, in all CiIorud \Vn1tr1 :\ N

wet pleasure.w was the main t" u-e which Lillie Belle and IUt z Simon. The j\ 1
TODAYLocal Baby: Ribbons in all width-.

and family congregated\ the crowd together. two List wire white, and the cases: I; ... ..._ .. ... ... v_.......... .__... .

i n-nu4! : trip of I The -tairsto the court room was against; them were uol pressed. .

.. Itlackwater crowded with nearly'JO' people, and On the marshal's: de-k was some of Korec ,t-Kairtoaitht and W''t-

w ,- not ireat. nesdny; fresh northra|"imU. W. J. & B. FORBES.
h \ll to be forcibly cleared before the the property taken from the prisoner :

r--, who has I iinyor and others directly interested There were seven flue re
Xorrin. .1' Temperature in Last 24 Hours : I
St:ite -
could acend. The crowd wao volvers nine pocket knives, gold Maximum ... ..... ... >,.i degfrr.inlegrrr! !i
', revs I Minimum: ... .. ... r
tins :! stubborn and ;rest that at the last watihe*. silverware, riiifc, foreign .
If You I'.uy Them at thn IS'-ton *h". 't.r. Tti-\ 'err 0..1. I
I,Iu |, none but witnesses, defendants, at 1 and American money gold cuff and j Temperature Elsewhere :
)IR t. Mm.
torneysand were allowed collar buttons chain*, penchant, j
,' reporter-*
: .Atlanta .... .... .. vt II'
.t .'!I-1., : in the court n">m. I charms and numerous other stolen HIS"mrck m ..' ..r, H
l'bll''KU .. ..... .. ... 11- :ill I Satisfaction and Service
"! -.1) itt The alleged robbers. or the ringleader articles. At the side of the de-k Cincicniitilluroa .. ... .......... ..... ...ill ".
(;1\I\-.lulI........ ... ... ... ....f 4 ", ,
.v I .u..t. and hisacce-ones, were seated stood -i: valise filled with stolen' .. ... ..............? 4.
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'. I .Uc-k>on\Ille ... bi i t
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within the council ch'imb-r. shoe.. and clothing a Diddle and a I.::ant+li fits' TIKryw'est :.
I ... ., .l.lufJt..r of : -. il
.j i Frank Tolbert, the m/iin and iinporj tine telescope.": i Memphis >' 0 Boston Shoe Store Shoes
Ir -n.\. Car I Mobile ii < t
j taut prisoner, wu: constantly 1Ilr'I-1: I),)wu stairs were about two cartloads Montgomery ;.'
: III j"flllt.tI a l11t'r- I'IIrl."o 7- i

\.1. 11 the 11'-) ': eil by an olscer. This was I of groceries which had been le- -avannab\: t'W'ork -"'..' ,'',*! l'ol'n.\I I;.

Marianna.: The : of the known de covered altogether demonstrating :ht Louis ri!
: caue negro's; -per- .
The eye i i- -atifid with the -tyl'an I fil1l-h : ttuf 11.1 Iaufir.I H it1. u..
!".t-n vi-itiug :Mis ate nature when in custody This a beginning of the disruption of one
; perfect fit and! ib-olute comfort : time \purer 1-",1 .tll'' i r fur '
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hid urn-t
ice a
ciurd'naa either ChaJohnou or i'f the mo-t stupendous robbery MARITIME. price for -uperiorho- that will uivt: boner -- 1111 i

;.1-- Hfi'1lr.ltmL Frank S.uuler, each of whom ha.t l schemes ever conceived 1 in IVn.ic I than tho-e purcti,i.i-d ..h l-ev i ..r.r ;
jue-t; of Misturn I i i .
i liter in the been deputized by Shentl Smith to la. I / -- --- '-- -
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I him in Mobil- Mayor: Jones, Charles Johnson, 'orUIII..t to date s ";'.;I'-.

J Mr. Johnson: and Mr. Sadder ar- I and every member of the police\ department '' I BOSTON SHOE STORE
tired for work or II.t\htlI.: =
dtrs arrived at aW: lln* morning I Ii are to lie thanked for the i isiicce iI 8rssiraynrld.1441.Tyson. by W L Wit. ,

i "11'- :-:ar-aparllla- i. with Tolbert and his wife and \Vllljpinn. ,,:-fill running to earth of thisselfcoufesfd I. sawn tich.5'oorMnnchrst.-r.v.nh 1I111..r.( \'alll Hj.-; (and halh.d.>+iaMU H I .\TII.l'OHelllIIII:, I't'.prlotor.
t-"' hng. I Am. fetivai-ola. l.wcti hy Gulf TransitCo
> : Tolbert was: heavily mana'cled. ;; gall:!. It '* known : itftUpMcm.. witti.'u" tonn 1.01&111",11 '
'lured 1 leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street.
': I that the in'lyor him-elf has I.-t I j
BAY EXCURSIONSNEXT E The "pecial (\1iCHS told in detail many night*' rest in following uppthis | Af IlI'AKT1:1it.: !
I II It'bipUuilm, l "'I. Kettonr to Ko>aicoKros I NAVAL. HTOKI-.S MAKKKT.Dallj !' ': H\M hoot
I how they were received by the ;Mobile g:rig and has even gone around j
SUNDAY til'ltt' HIIIIIM; I...r "11.1"1I
: nllicers. A charge of burglary i the city unknown h any of the I I NOTICE l TO MtklSRkslletrulatlonsof Reported for The Nrwi iijI'nion I l
'I Ihc Marine ilo>pital : .r.vice Naval shores Co.
wa-sagaiii'tTolbert in Mobile and !; police. )Ir. John-on, ha- done the require the: inspection of \esoeN from I ithinu:: in the wm iniilf! .al""I !
i' forrUii ports \'ilomeitir( port-i norm utSoutttfrn 1111'11:1 I C+nceeded I.< lie the 11 lit.-t in H... tI
there wasome talk of holding: him \11I1' thing.THE .Marjland, hut via such port at ,
i t'-it- rprise will run ; ihiplland.whrre full pratiqux ii Kivm w w st r.'i H.. .... ..II tsiwu..u world. Kver.vthlti forpl..a-tut wit,
Life :i there. The case was called ye-ter-1: I i for It southern port Iniirction| is not pr.n.t.ul..ltt' ..- I .. .. s4" u. IS I safety. fund board au] |...|, UI/ by ,
:vinday to the : to entrnace. __. .. ...5.5' I" ._.. I ;II' the dayorwrrk. ,' '- .-., |'r..iiipt.
Ny Yard and I outlui..y ,day morning iu Recorder McAleer'court THURSDAY M. : B ii:, Iy served at all 'i"ur- .iuv. ..r m/i t

one raving and the evidence heard. Tnli 1- '' 'Ihr Mitrinr Ho-pltttl"rll'E.N..r\ it' 1m, I'SUHl K __ .. ... .. .. t" U .... .. .. II..' I ('II \Ki.t... |i. Mi( 'u...

i' I II II tbe following.'Ccm 1._.. ..... ..... ..... 1 r' L; It below I'...i I I 1'111-tf MlM,.'i '
turiiiu,? at 1 p. m. bert was: represented by an attorney ;>Utii{ w-ii-N. winch are Known and 8PIBIT8TCRPINT1HI-H' .... ;
I NICHTCONCERT which are in regular traJe uith Florida I ; o vs 'roxi..Tyv.
who held that his client could not be I
from of the nlted
umg at 2:30 and re- : enter dotnettwports....llIlOullh.t..ollon or Inspectionwith stales.may A Necessary Precaution Bean ;H n I I1 '". h4'' 5,4 ya 1!
detained warrant nude in Florida -
Those who go onmay on a ,. any character the understanding waHtOe\er shall if sickness de\elop of |I DHi't neglect a ci-ld. It is wor-e 1 e.giI thetL --:: i

stop at then '. for a man: in Alab.uni. Mr. I dunnn tb>- voyage to Hortda port, shall !' titan iiupl Johnson told the recorder that he : Wyer'Utnd iMI Montgomery report to the ijunr alln".. l):!le.r. for in- : ti-iiifr One Minute Coiuh Cure ;

: ._ur till. Refreshment the: afternoon: ? I j, stood warrant ready for to the swear man out and au!.Ahl the law\n:; there.playing forthric": now being held '! 'J''cuonill THE ti-po-ition SHIPPING. >ilainuiatiou.and on can--trrntthrtl-cur clear it .n oI1Cf'this inucoum headoctlm Alliy->>ill'I!iibrau1. *- I,ill' \Yourant\ ;:;:'::::;;:; j

'. .ird at city price*. .\ letter from Pr'Vyer this Carr-,u'l-. croup, thr, It
al'J'dIHREATtNfD. : yer's point was 5ma he-t. Them Tol1 : \' .+ hi.s: IN 1'0 in and lull. trouble-. Ahnlutf' ''; Fishing ifck'leofaltkiruls
t. morning wine it to be stated: that Cinl lr like
1 bart refused to accompany the olti- >: SitMHH1I4 I'I mimcilhitcly -n it.
: shoulJ the baud arrive home Thursday : Kr .Anuu nclmont.Ci. Uogers to L Harjri-' I'liaruiacy: John >' "{>|>. rJ.Sidi.ey unit ;riiifl cm/i nets at the
\lP RlN sera: without requisition. A short \ It ItIrCipenoriei Ivahn.CJ : .
morning the concert will be ,; j. 1tl i. ,t with :> lucking! while later: telegram. from (}ov- | Hr Kmn.Un
{ i;,.1 1 thought hid eruor Jelks at Montgomery; stated ': held ; if not. of course, this week's'': Lumber Co -HIIRKm Witt. -f 1.i' I'd V,"' F2o v3r' ) >''arse ',''"
uC.. I'nger, 211 I concert will be po-tponed.
KndTinion. i'c. P..I1..r.m. to Knur., I +un .
.. '1':11. Ill. "I tried that Florida papers: would i iI I I The band is making an excellentimpresion Lunwodv.t'o .' 4 VIEW DAIRY.
,li-! uhil I Wmt4 Url I I,1.1t' Nor; >oreg. I*"'*. tJorn..n. to order U'Garden
\-ii-iii'- for -everaLI I, honored and to hold the man tlI with people in the Ala- < HARK

i :i- h..ttle of Foley's I await their arrival, which would be btrna capital. Ku Au-trala.! ulJ. Fa2"r ton. to order hose at the Willis riiosi.I : III.l I
>or Atienori' lut.1.'.rrtrr1t
I : cured nif.'and 1 within five hours, !a* word had been''' loleKidnev- --Cure---is-medicine Kioe. -<7,, ol.ese, to KositiCO Broo Hardware Co's.S ---- I
ibU'd -nice.: a Nor Klipu-r, 7i. .ronn-ou, lOOMcrNor !
1! received that they had been issued free from poi-ou', and will cure any'' H nro. I"". Niel5en. to order : Get Our Summer Prices on the
I ( :1"f' of kidney di-ea-e that i* not ) Nor :\lI&ou\ I'M. S S L Co bt for the I
!: Tallahas-ee. Thi being made W.n'Alembprtl' Noidenkrjold: H7. Netlsen. to KrJSchre S I ttPP S1lSThe old .
t .JPPER at |I i beyond the read: : of >er : a seer nT* !; Best Milk in the City.
he consented to .\: 121 Pilafox >t. M. I ryor Furniture
known to Tulbert, 1.AKK>NTI>hUruce I !
SEASHOREI HAP kili.s';. t umn to order ritore. Our Mock have Only furs Water i
then told the l'enl.1col3 --- -- :
I Cl\mt' He I JUST LOOK AT HER. Drink. No :Stau4i t 1'0.114 within ;

men where they could rind Spiun.This I Whence came that sprightly\ step Cleaning ladies skirts and waIst! I Two. Mile-of Our Dairy. Special
I I I faultless ,skin rich roy complexion is one of OT specialties Star Laun : Lay the dust. rOll can buy j I Prices to ifoteU tn I will' i'e'fI"h consented to come.
nnd : Frid. I negro m I II I smiling face'' the looks good. feeUgood. dry.: garden hose at the Willis{ I -
Turner 'amp ly -- --- -- ltd
over asa Here' here secret. She u-e*
!!"Ia.tit.f HIP Ladie- Tolbert' wa ; SHATTERS ALL RECORDS. Hardware Co. \ R. M. VERY
Dr. King' New Life Pill. Re-ult Prop.
: tie* 1're-byteriau witue??. She cried all the way I I Twirl !
all orsran* active, dUe-tion good no in hospital, F. A. Gulled 'p.. i
tn I crib will be from Mobile and i showed! the etfectsof I headache, no chance for "blue-." Verbena. Ala., paid a vast rum to K-ir the nxt"J ii I
Ti'Uu :
-lyle- : will th" Only 25c. at W. doctor to cure a severe of i VIRGINIA COLLEGE
.. i i Try m yourelf. cae piles At Almost Cost >" 1iys furnitur1 -
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Ii i i'1 at p in. and! her uUht of weeping today. A/D'AlemberteX causing tumor When all failed. I
i it O. II I'uL.llrllt's
A di-li?!t'.tful rt'elnllh Backlen's |to \ ..
ii. wt'o attend Fare I I'olbert's words with people who -- ---- -- Arnica: :Salve soon cured M. Pryor's to make room for new I'ID. e. pt. 1'1 1.0'; ui.r ?f tar I..h,
.. I j) All kinds of Furni- lim.OubdueiO: IniUmrnation, conquers Hcboo.. for lount Lndi-4 m the 4
l .itil ,
i ," i: i lult :S1 centllitf-) : addre-"ed him were very few. He At t | i'opt S lute at nearly co-t. Aches killFains.. Best salve New building., [.miiut and >s4Ulb
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!- Campu.Ira .r.- .r n1 .
I for lathe world mouuta.o.c.n.
l make W.
to toom it A. ILletn.berte's -
would acknowledge every query I stock.taitiirei 1,10'alll" of \ u.. fart.d fr b. nih h... I
new stock.Foley's. dru? store. !i at almost cot for the rop< n and Am-rmu trash. '. iliour! .<
.' keen cut- : bearing upon many! of the burglariesand : -- "oo.ator wlvaatar". s-. ,v| ,. au i
: Honey Tar U mdttre! '';?e for the ;' Elocution Mtidvnn fr r. "tal'I,
j-n Mowen' at the owed a di-positten to tell all. and TIt/ ues t price ever sold here. room f.> new stock. I For e.talo.u.wli.P II
I colds, prevents pneumoniA 0. M. Pryor. |In. M. Pryor. M.\I' Tit, r HA UK 10\. P ;'s 4461
irdicare' Co's- The C.l?es were not reached until i(eouua.,1'a. I

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Age brings infirmities, such as slug MISS IDA M.SNYDER7I
aid Germany Land Naval c
Two men were drifting in a cacce cish bowels v.--.: kidneys and DladIntl's I I United States

the one with a paddle the otiitr witha der and TORPID LIVER. Forces. Treasurer of the Brooklyn East End Art Club

'1 i An 11.-Minister
jniitar "Lu rang Washington ?

Jolt dragon Bowen at Caracas today advised the I irregu to their! hfjuhhave .

Oentll dragon"Whrre Pills state department that the Germans [E1JEX5TRl.AL gener more .g. ,-
,let that: ?" asked mothers '
did jou i up intend to land a naval: force at Poito ; and i4 '
he of th,- iiadUle. of a woman's trl>U- if they w.'mi .

"1rUt tell ) uU. M.\ sister and I effect on these ,, Calwo;! to protect German intt'res's bles. With the vitality at a ligeo't In tie .. .
have a specific: organs
Jt there which are threatened by the uprising : -i low ebb the blood weakened ciao, organ .
were J" Italy. The lrst i\t-nini on stimulating the causing them p.d ;
arrival lit Florence iuy Enter uud to perform their natural functions as now in progress. The min the digestion disor- would find t-- _
my I
the urandu of the In youth and ister advised that we follow suit dereil she goes about pale- prescnptti'e j ,
sitting on
I wore .
heard IMPARTING VIGOR After a conference between the cf i faced, Lollow.eyedandhag- tn.:: r.1JnV\url _
hotel after dinner. Suddenly we ; '
gard, a piteous contrast to credit:: for
a \oice Miipins; from u balcony above to the kidneys, bladder and LIVER. finials of the state and navy departments the blooming health of "tom "Ia ,.lm'J;', ; !

buch a lovelyoUeto a puitar. It They are adapted to old and young instructions were cabled to Com. her former self. Hut over Wu IJa x.yallrr, druggists si :..d' ? ",

was one of those low and exiecdinplysjnipathotic ; I mander Nichols, of the Topeka. to proceed l000.OLwomenha\"efounj TCiat of Cir: ,

(contraltos a twice that I from LaGnaira to Porto Cabello health again by taking Wine of Cardui. ford's BLtck-Draught. 4' j ,

appeals immensely to me. I was enchanted : GERMAN GLEANINGS. II and land a naval force in case of As a regulator of the menstrual period is and hive every reason t .

A BABY ;: and mt'Utiont-d the fact to my : I attack. The Topeka already has left I Wine of Cardui has never been known a new life opened up to r r ..
Germany Lnt present 14j chambers to fail. It has seldom failed to restore health and it ocly took '.r ,
her If Cabello.SHEEPHERDERS.
!shier at the same time asking I for Porto "
Iti Mother i. Well. of con.uxTce and ten of agriculture. perfect health even in the most persis cure me.
she knew who the lady was who vs as I of weakness.
tent and afiffTavatei case
You inTur "
I may I'
TI: t.!<.. is healthy during this siERiss so dlvim-iy. I I ATTACK TOWN. Miss Ida M. Snyder, of No. 535 Ht-r- Kiss Nnyd..r. if y utjta "

p.:: I of i .t.t.n' itmo'.Ufi u--'i tht 'Oh, yes,' said my ?!ttr; that i'May I Berlin Las to i rovido for 5.2SO pauper gen Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., has used < she tn
popul an! run..U \<" .:eUtble hmincui (mentioning; her surname). She I lunatics acjons whom are a number Crowd of Mexicans Swoop Down on I Wine of Cardui and she says it held Draught u the <'":r'|'.n

and her mother ere Lore on their way of l'X-l'\CI'IIUll'nt officials actors Battle, Wyo. her into a new life Health to Miss Wine of Carlm aril 1 .t

Mother's Friend Kiiine.Vell. .' I artists and musicians. I Snyder is worth a great deal She, it ;
to Battle. Wyo.. An?. 11.-A crowd cf : bowel ri'gulatcr i.iJ ..
: with intellectual l.
t "\ I was introduced to her the In lU-rlin a student who wrote for Mexican sheepherders attempted tj I an attractive young woman in elf"rtint aeure. If.
I and she
occupies -
_; Mother's Friend is .1 sooUiuj, softening, i follonin niornin I am afraid I cannot the newspapers has teen tinttl heavilyfor take the town ot Battle with the the attainments of Treasurer: of the Urookw...
# tr.axin Iiaii.'i-nt. a niUM.l lr niaktr lung' describe her to you as I should troon : publishing: the substaiue of a professor's 1'1"1 position reiuf and cure it "( '.'
fut! that two of them were .killed\ ( lyn Eat End Art Club. This position "II|
ab'r.nd Iri- ltnn' It
;i: r puts new 1'1 ratings almut lir to you for the lecture in his articles without .red l !1. .
culture are ai.
of intellect e
into the001, I marks her
into the l<.u k .1I1'! ii: isof.uoni'njj m":her eral made their escape ; ai a person
: tlurc i : next. Imur.Vc struck up a great permission.An and re5nement! and jpeakj: hi!!Lt' bwau- tLe d,."':1e i I' :
It ts apt.Lad! : ivUrn.uly only, : one man being; shot in the lee On
frh'lllh.ltll' in two days, and I induced' and trust her fallow Itee': !"''r hew MI-! S- .
4 no .!"'ii< atilt sw'.in..\\ III!; IIi ru-ty drugs. :lIICtl'pillgjocicty! has been citizen was hit on the heel! and Mt ;sEHell of the respect :
no m\\ ir-l trr.itruent at all. my btc'r Ls star in Florence as long: formed in IVrlin. The members of resident, women Lave in her. She writes: ,f Carla a-.l 1. u I 1. ,
e Landers. a was sevevply
i.t: '' tte of the! tJotbcrduring gestation as my divinity and her mother were the society pledge themselves nut to face "If women would pay more attention I ItNIme, are offi.r- ( '
in the by
cut a \\ IndoIpant'
1 nil : i:. ion1 the ili'1Mitlon and future j. thenSlie demurred at first!:, paring give "tips" either in betas cafes, railways
broken by a stray
a :. Ihtl'lthetisoneieasonwhvtioth; it I I"sirg Unit iu that (i
nis lit) gold my in where "tipping"is A '
; !L iM: \\ .'.rb their condition; and I Ii dir-<.lion as May was cuxagt-d.; I or any place Tvery man in town I Is armed! tearing : WINE of CARD nLav .{

i -n lierhedtht'1.. of the child "How disai-jMiinted I h'ltnyhow.: cnstonrirj. the Mexicans will swoop down uponthe \\ .
l a :it1, .r lice.. clfH'ml on keeping free ,
Y I thc-ujl.t there! harm In haying town, as there are scores of themin I
was no -
: il 1 ,111, uorry and! Uiilancholy. Kc <'t CYNICISMS. -
this vicinity. attack I
was c -
-..I t'; :.1r, strung; <.( heart and peaetJ) some one t-Ut-'s fiancee as a friend i

..a I Mother's FrienJ c..n andili any more than some one ekes wife. I I Some han time fishing retaliation for the slaughter of r>,non< THE NEW GROCERY
good ,
men a STORE.
I;. r- 1rtnusu Bi.ennrdnt\ u jiains, nioni.i i ih : Well as I Kiid.e: pot very intimate !,I sheep by the townspeople, who hal .
if do catch fish
1':{ 'I, ;"Ih" ,, ,..r'. Itr, an.i "" arE Iit. : May and uiyflf! niy sister and htr even they any ordered the sheepmen to keep awayas - -

...1 nOf ::. u-l 1.)' t'.i, ttimtUrtul ruucjy, ; Iw.tlwr.'l' went fur excursions to- :: Much Is usually the case. this territory is reserved for the o _

.. I op.'t bo surprised because people do I
ilru.-'Ms .it fi jx-r H'tt < gather. always dined at tLe tarae table cattlemen. ,
& nllur.'or !1... .,; "HotherhooJ" free. contemptible thinjrs. You no doubt are I. WILL MOYER
and in the evenings she used to Mug ,, I

tilE bRADFItLO RECt'LAIOR CO.. ATLANTA, CA to us-such sweet songs, Ming so occasionally guilty J ('ursdf. I Delivery Book Saved His Life.

f sweetly: And among other songs she'' The trouble with experience is near I Richmond Va.. Au?. 11.-Paul Jones j! Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Sf jci

f NOTES OF NOTABLES. used fre he win where others have fniled.
I little I singing just now, can
was book.
II song I life to his delivery While riding !:

Attornej Ct-niril Knox and Senator I I sajin that I was the Moll dragon; Very few jn-ople hide their talent under through Jackson ward a negro told' 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block.TEIEI'HOS. ,

i iooiiiTill ;MI to Paris in ;i short etc. You see, I'IIot into thc way of a bushel. Most uf them drag: it out him to "Heel it! and a pistol ball
looking me as u tort of brother. and try to sell it at live times its value. .: HUT
time to e'J tliiiinu! : :hly into the matter I uiKiii I came whizzing after him. He was

uf title lu th- Panama canal.I'r. I I Never be a brother to some one else's ,, -Atchison Globe. amazed when he alighted to deliverthe I

t II. II. Funu'tbe Sh.ikcspearan : fiancee, especially if bhe be beautiful! message to find that the baU had I ICE AND WOOD.

t, JHIXM-NM-S a pair of butT i Well I need hardly tell you that 1 Mldepcratoly To My Friends. passed through his (coat the books and

xuunth-ts. HnlToidenil in gold, once ;: in l love with my new It i is with joy I tell you what Kodol the message, but had not entered the '
sish'r.'t, had many tastes in com WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY MUCH W DOER IT. 1-
worn l 10) Williniu Shakespeare.Sjimnl j did for me. I was troubled with my I body I
mon. And she gave me !'uclt"l'tt
tinkle of Sprinsti.-lJ, UK. stomach for several mouths. Upon I THIS :SUMMER THAN EVE FEFC RF
sisterly counsel on many things
OWIH iho old leather! hat bon carried: Colombian Gunboat Missing. I
advised to Kodol I did
sister did. beir.g ue ,
t! \ !li>, Alirahuiu Lincoln to Washington; ;; on : which hOnc my nUht; proper she and I nexer were sitting and word cannot tell the good 50'1 .,ew York Aug 11.-Cabling from I SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW.

It!;.. iM-iMsioii of his lirst inauguration i Panama the correspondent of The
! out in the hotel garden tvi-'tther.! She ha= done ir.e. A neighbor had dyspepsia
IS |irt--nlt lt. Herald says the Colombian gunboa' Thompson Olsen dCo.
had lie'ii hiiisin; softly for toy jilea1-- *! o that he had tried mosteverything. .
II IH said that Lord iu a'a. which left lure July 2'.i, with i ,

;i u>u-l luit' has uecidi-d to putt i sister and her mother were iidiirs. dol. Word of gratitude have cometo I'' 300 soldiers to reinforce General Her- I ,AI allres( Street, Telef hone J 4 ,' .

,is.ii,' fur n time, at any rate, fearing; There was a romantic soil of feeling me from him bec-iu.e I recommended ti at Agua Diilce, is stul l missing. In I

i : !iut pul'Iirution Might injure him i iI in the air. and 1-well. old man, without it.-Geo.V.. Fry, Viola comingessels have seen nothing ,.f I
Iowa. Health and of mind ESTABLISHED
III !Ii .. Militiiul canrr.IN : any warning or knowing; what I strength, 'i her. The dispatch is dated Sucda. > 1S63.
and body d< pend on the stomach, .
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r n > !:'HM-S ..f nurdonstiiwu, K'I was tutu to do, I Ib'l'll her! I'.y and uormai! activity of the digestive: I

'.. "M Hilui'lf xvlufh: sounds the Con- i Jun'hc was angry, and I did feela or< ntJKo ol, the great reconstructive ; Seismic Jars In Corfu. McKENZIE OERTING & CO.

fin: ' ;:n-\'s i all to firms in many : brute: Of course I had i.o more tonic cureall tomacli New York Aug. 11.-A special ci: ,

..i I1-! I..list I'niiioiis battles of the I right to kiss her than 1 tune to kips and bowel trouble*. indi2etioiidy''- : bio dispatch to The Herald from Corfu I o --DEALERS _

\ -: i rti'ui U<". "ltl' IIlI. the queen: We wu.t kirk to the hotel pepia. Kod-'l: dij-ti any !rood: food say two earthquake shocks occurred :

I' II. II.irH-on! Manchester N. II.. : in slll'clhl': was poinp away lit':it: you eat. Take a doe John after meaUHarris' I' there at 4 : *." o'clock Sunday mornIng Ship Chandlery and General Narduare!

"IIIIlihll n history! of l baltlette uft. :+ day and I had rot a chance ot tellliig; : Pharmacy. hl'rrlrd'I' but no damage! was done.A .

:..-. iiiniitry, .pvriily of tho
: t in what! li.- -iik-ntuly! calls "the I!; to fiii-give me and all that. She did not .-- v.A.GENO'Y -- -

''iiiitwrs.' tiuarri'I" in 1.1.1 -.;.-,. wKli me tot"ll'y, and I felt mi-eralilt-! Try one of our celebrated PHYSICIAN HEALED. I REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROE IIXG'S HO.N" cJ f

I 1 It 1. Sfdtlonvlio is pH-mitT of New at not haxiiig liteti fnrchen by myswtst ]T. $ S. Felt 1lattresses. GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RDHHEL A ICON'S PUSlPi-
Dr. Oeo. Ewing
a practicing; phy1jician
f / alaiul. is a r.iwhanlcal engineer l>y little sister. They went loKoiue. pack or gl'ow'lumpy.
I Ltrnfe'Inn.| lie eniipratc.1: from;; : and we went on to Switztrland.I !. They never Better than hair' of Huiith's Grove, Ky., for i i i Inns Cordiji Piliti, Qli! Iiotici! iDJlronentj, Chris\ Jimjiii\ :1>1:1 gold so krr in t....,;;. Kesidesiwin. j never ceased thii.kiug of lit r and a over thirty year, write* his personal COM PASSK9. LOGS. KTU

;; premier he !is a general utility feeling how low I had tin.I in her es mattress, at half the price. I experience with Foley's Kidney McKenzieOertin: : ? Collecting Agent for Bir Pilos- H. Volt telation. 'I' timation."Six Marstou tj- (}uina.PIMPLES. : Cure : For years I had been greatly I : .

months afterward I alit I'r f ,
bothered with kidney and bladder
P.oTha. E Ie Wet and t-lnrey i !
and her mother\ again m 1'anSin..
will shortly ti Ian America t') collectnids trouble and enlarged pro..trategland.
stemed to hate forgotten that iiifi>rtn-
: in hfh-ilf uf the I'.O'TS who were ; I u-ed everything known to I The Star Laundry
uate little contntei.ijw ill the e.inii i it
jiiun-d 1 by the war. The fuiinorliortly will : .. the profession: : without relief, until I ,
Fliiivnie. but 1 determined in iontemj >
publish an oiVicial history (It'
commenced to use Foley'* KidneyCure.
I fault should an \
o-potlui present
'nwar.. ":"ay wife had pimple hrrfurrbut Busiest Best !
on Biggest
After three bottle I
I' Usilf. The fates wtre kindi wen she ai5e j l..nitt CAMAKKTs: and they taking I ,
I'lie ().I\ Is family of Wisconsin is rev' iKjth going to a d.ince gita0! 1:1. our tii. ... tllvippe.iri ; hid been troubledt wa entirely relieved and cured. I uH u

:It.tr1.ablt.. It consists i>t father mother i tual friend and it wat.i'! .. t': at I ..i>k tht nitiait Cri 1'a.ebre! .n f, some i blhold time but no after trouble tail prescribe it now daily in my prac- ----l

niiif sons and two daughters. The told lu-r how sorrj' I wa> I In I liKliaved \ ', wit+ this aliment W_ eitnun i
'''nldn-'i. tl.l' u-Americaji born all i in such an u:.::. i.,'I. .>i .'S7.w a>cin>t- FRED WAKTJIAS to all physicians: for such trouble I !j! i

,, akVelM.\ i.. I'heixirents, IVnjamin I, Jermantowti Art rtiludelt'lil Pa. have prescribed it in hundred of t '
*\ lu.uiner etc.. to hir iu I'l- ii :.> Sforgme t .;, !r : .. ., Your Swell fa'il'III"!
.' .ind :':trai.; 1I\'is. li\e at Itarnevi-ld, ; me. and we once in. ""-uinour > CANDY ewes with perfect ucce--*. \V. A. '-< ; ',,?1. ,,.,. .. -. .

111 It(. The t"irjir is uinety years of I I, old friendship where it I I. <: 'li jjil CATHARTIC D'Alemberte S. Palafux. I J :' .Yi- 'i: .1-t,:. t,11u wi I find will b< w.

ate. I wus :going bad; I" I'd: II rmonti : r .... I c.-ivfd if you arw> I. .

Tin1 ph! \ who atteiuloil Oue 'H s time from that ainlK"l I '!'i r Frjzier Will Stump the State. I fj. J if! '
::: dre"'ed utul your hii.-i -
\\' illifhiii::. u her late illuoss have 1 i to think mu'tiws of her 'l 1 >r.ii'I'I< uIriend. Cliattaiioosa. T. r.n.u 11.-Char : pI : jot 'l'
It.-.'11 n"<'! !' i,,4 honors at her hands.: .1[ What cnumis wu..i .. .n. TRA01 PARR RIO4ITIRID tr.m Thompson has ialle* the state I I ,,i 4' J-m..,' :..ii .t V. : 'lL abl. A wulaahi '
1 .
Professor K.KI.iistt'in has hwn prouisi When we l'ul.1: piKidliy to .nl. ,-' !1 L. Pi iiidcratic committee to meet .n : .'..... (1'/j .. .... <:.c-:... '"'': a in+u'- w ,
t..t. I
.si. to In- ': which as it h.ippeuetl, we did pnii., .%;.-1! \ III,' au,. 2<'< to outline plans for' .!' ..: ..: .. ::. "i:- io.' .j -tnictby the cunditi! :,
titheJNtthelalul.U )<;
'H .
..! Hi.Lio! i t. and' ly, she: dung her arms rouinl! i .y nark Plea,snt. Palitisie) potent. Taste G<,->4 no rh state campaign. J. H Fra/.ier !' ):. ,. ," -- k. and he (roes! tutu her ,

1',1' 1 "II\\'lInoJ Prs. U-x'ssiiiRh nnd cried as if her ltt'artIIuld l bn.-.K G. NcterM ken \VeakcD or Gripe Mi ix ..iDc ainiiiiate! for governor: will slump the i3. I----::--J, "i'r I niored with beauty w

.,:,.1! I't,t h\f ticen aplioiiiteil knights TI"'l'eIo not much time to :,,1 k tin ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... -tali. while Senators Carmack and ;: 1 .-'_ ." \
..,h.. r..d, I.. ..... tlt.r.. ante.tot.. \; )) collar* and culT-av! >
tit' t'li-! s.ue; i rdtr. explanations us I had to citri! a ti-i I.. 'Ii Hati s. Congressman Uichardyon. GOT i" ili .i"\,. J. ,, '
--- -- { < ." -- > at the "'tar
1'he I K'v. I'r. W. II. MiDurn. the \rn- ; but I tliciteil a promise' troi.i h'r III Nn TO-BAC ; 4 and tftinranTced by al.dnllt 1 era.'I'. Mt.MHlin and others will speakfor '-:<.. ...--.. .....:...... Luuudiv. .

,'ralt'IiJltj' / chaplain of the senate\ write to mew [hen I pot back to tow n. usuto llKKlobacco HabitAwarded the trkft.I .

iiis-ily I entity j : ars old. In carl)' child-! Immediately! on petting home I -- -- --- I '
: : I ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods Called? for EEI Di.n :
Ill,."I he lo-t the !>::;Iit of one eye to- wrote her a loig: !Utter telling: her I Proposed Cuban Loan. j .

ti'.lv: and of th.- other partially. Hoentered I had aluajs loved lilt and .siyini I tango at frt.Part Washington. Au;. 11.-Secretary I II TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST
sl.e was now free and ui.vestinu ; I
the Methmlist! ministry at the : hoi- Shaw has given some study to tae
II':"' "f tueiitj! and in tin nurse of plans for our future Lappini-s. 1'i-r I
t mat'-'r of the proposed lean I INGRAHAM Manager.TIME
t\\-lu( > j'ears' it::riiioy traveled over : days I was iu a state of ft"\ rab aulety ,- ,)f : .;- ",,".no". and has reached the i .

J V''.iO" fn the diseharge;; of his waiting for an answer t" iny let I
PNA1AROCHEWINE rnnlins'un: that the questions !
; and-iiuaziuv my surprise when' I read! ell ar.' not s III h as to come

PROVERBS. ji, -intion of the treasury depan-
the following: I
I CORDIAL m.-i.t It is likely! that the secretary
"I 'ar Mr. Tr"vor-l do not wish to see EKKKCT UbCEMIiKK I, 1W1
Poscity is net a slu, but twice as i )ou or hear from you again. Any further Hi.h rtorr.menditons! for cure of Poorness Wjl; MI inform the secretary of state --
Lath explanation 13 unn"Cl'SIIIY uur" tuctrely. <,! HI 'od, Stomh fouMts and General DC-
I New Orleans and Mobile.
MAY -. t .i', Increases the irreti'e.. sirenithenihe .
U'horc there Is an oath there Is also! Den. ml bui.Js up the enure i) Fatal Disput Cvr Election. --- -----

"Well this letter was an awful shockI Kr.fmille. Tenn.. Ang 11 Information '10.11. ,,o... So.!. 1'0.1. : 'i !
I ii n crime. I me, as it was so extraorJ.uary. and rut DrnuotPARIS I 7:15: a UIm! lIJS5 P Leave-... PPDI"rol. _...Arrln I s '" a :
Behind tLe orphan Go-1 himselfIHMT I i from Newport. Tenn.. states that 11.1 a 2:47 p 1lIt a Leave_.. Jo lomaton.m Leave I :t.1 a
I was at a loss for an explanation ofi K. loiik-iTa .1 fn. I Samuel Smallwodnt hail a 4r: p t'l a Lean ... Mobile Leave I, L '5'D" ,
; -* a purse. i her conduit. Uesidcs which I was .gent's.1. I Rial! Jr.. and _...?__ a:22gp: I I I1; 1 a Leave: Sew Jlfo"O'l Leave: _"-I:' pNorth.
.Not Ions! burt the bumps from a at Casliy. near that place, andi -- -
very much iu love, and am i>still worseluck. .
1 loved one's thumps. i, ." I ngaged in a dispute as a result of theleition _

3 Calumny is like a coal; if it does I "There is only one explanation' tc j of last Thursday Small- 50.2. No. .. I So i
The Beer Ball with knife! and Bat lI't5pm' Leave. Pensacola ...Arrln 111I
p not hum it will soil. that," said the man with the paddle! I, wood cut a A15am UISp m 4 '' pm a
i 1\:5: pm Arriv'e.tontgomery.Ieave 1) .1 am
1 JYnr not the threats of the rich but "She was in Io\e with )'uu. but had not died almost instantly. \ It:5\ am 1I\J'4 pm .o\rrl\"I.1SlImlnl1bam _.Je&1'e 9.i a m sin

4 of the 7:05pm 3h'a m Arrive ... .ashvllle..Leave
the tears
1wor..t t right; to be. 2:3 ... Loalnllle ... .' l II
That Made a m 9:1.1 a m Arrive ? Leave Ii: pm'
i>.i rent's blo $ln; can neither be "I never thought of that." @ I 7:2)am: 11:5\1 am Arrlv'! __...Clnclnnatl..Luve I pm'

drowned in water nor consumed lu The canoe still glided gently down c8 4DV 7::!') s m Itp m Arrive tLoaU ..Leave..:.. _4:1:, p m ai

lire. i stream. There was silence for a few I I PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION. _
A wife is not a guitar; when your minutes between the two men. Then D6 ANNB I ISSER F AM S This lignattire lion every box of the g
playing is done you can't hang her i the guitarist took up his gu'!tar and Laxative Bromo-QuinineTabieu
the little French I the that cold : 11:55 p m 7:1)0) I m Leave .. .... Peu.cola.... ?.Arrln'' 10.; p m :
son remedy la
the wall. began singing s rare a on daze
on .
up It13 night 7:1f' ... .._ lOh ml.m.. Iff1"UO"
I again f rosi the opening 'erscs. -1:5- 7:17 ........ 1'niesirs...___... 11.)1'It
TEX ('ETw'ILL BUY trial :size ofElf' BANNER ::!'! II 7:11 ..._?..E8c.mb _.?. .. liJ.3' '
: Cream Halir "nouRh to convince SALVE U.s.j" 7:25 .. __. M nl.t ..... ._ 1':11' s
Foley' Kidney Cure will cure al VICTORIA the 12f! + 7:4: ........ Harp ..... ?_ 10.1"
f you that: i: ,i- tue re.lte.t ef dieae* arising: from diorderec: I most healing salvo In t>v WO ISHERIFF'S 11.5): II 7.3.5 ..._ ...GoltCity ..?.._ II 10:15 "

11:1)Ij" 7t ..... ... Milton .. .._ II 1:10"
U'lIIedieflr na:<:al catarrh or cold in kidney. or bladder.-W. A. D'Alem MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. 1:31: am .._.. ..... .UOO R.nKe ...... .

le head. Full size 50; cent;?. All berte 121 S. Palafox. SALE.By 1:55" 9 15 ..... .... Holts .... .._ 1iI.\ ,
BKst 10-CEXT BOTTLE BEKH virtue of aa execution issueioutof; the 2tJ"1 9 a) ..... ll1l1gan ._._ 1i:: i"
druggist*. Wi' mail it. I II _._. '
1 t I Know One 5'la 'nre Remedy Circuit Court for the County of Kscsmbu, t:3) 9:54 .Cre1'le. _._ 1i:13' ..
ELY KKOS. M Warren Street IX TOWX.DA.NNHEISSER. In the First Judicial Circuit of Florida, Ii)) 951: II .. ...IJeerLan4 __ b:5t
('I'lIIool ecoJ.: rinfa\ F aS'Iidi! +sy wherein Roberts 4 Uailey are plaintnn and I 1:13: II 013 II Mossy bead9:41 '
; New York. : BROS >V. L. Diamond U defendant, 1 have levied .::0.1" 1t _DeFnnlaki5pringa. .11"
153 Second Street. Albany, N. Y. There's lots of money to be mad, upon and will sell at public outcry front .:1; ". IIU" Argyle ...._ Tu"
Messrs. ELY BR.IS.-I suffered I I In real etate-Iou: of it. A real estate AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED of the County Court Home in the City of .:.") II 0:67' II" ...-Ponce de Leon_ "" 7..
11:00 10:11' _
Feniacola Wut'lIle __ T.17'
on Monday
1st dav of
greatly with catarrh and tried ditler- I sign is usually finer: -board tc A. U. i."l. for cash to ituUheu rteptember bid-- II\JI OJ 1-:13') .. .. __ Clr) lIIe.._ 7i e
:; ent remedies without effect. After wealth. Th08. C. Watson &: I I. W, >Harper Whiskey.I der. at 11 o'clock noon, t!. following described II 3.1 II 1):$) II ._itonifay_..._ t\.5. .
3 uing one bottle of your Cream Balm the leading Real Estate firm property to-wlt Lot 1:> and NI'. eJJ.I IOtT II II __. l.hlpley ._ t\. Co.. Main Hou 8 ') OJ lIt17" II ...cottondale.. 4.1
I e-tJl S. Palafox street block 113. New City; Nest m feet lots s and : .. ? .
I found relief and I cannot praise : have i some offers which it wouldbe I the east 10 feet of lot 10, block I''):, New City 7at0( II 11r.1 .onM.rla:1na.?._. 8r'J f7:8f
r)o hishly such a remedy. worth your while to consider. Oc R.R. Exchanje-Opp. Union Depot Tract. Levied upon ai the property of W. 11:45 II ...._C'preu ..._.._ .. 5.51
Miss: C WILLARD.. and see them to-day and don't wall:t: P. 0. Box 21. Pensacola, Fla. L. Diamond. T:..) I1S3 Urlnd Rldil!_ II Ii.S:
Phones 118-26. I GEl,. E. i::M1re: 'I'M" UL( noon to .? ._ ne.:11 ..? 61 IJ
Sept. :27-1JW.; 1 till to-morrow. Saagoawu .. dheri!. a1 .M 116" ArrlreRrrrrlaactloa.Ltare 6:1" _
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r'wllf kill"myself today and your com
PRESIDENT[ [ I WINTERGREEN'S M1SIAXE pany'will lose $";,,5, UO."

_Cures All Kinds of -- The president deliberated some time.Prest'ntly.ln .

amused smile covered his
[Copyright, 122, by the S. S. McClure
Kidney and Bladder TroublesKidney Company.) smooth shaven features as he replied: p 'iti1.'IL A

The president of the International "My dear fellow that's the best hold et j

up game I ever heard of. Do you thinkI
and Bladder Trouble, Rheumatism Insurance company was enjoying; the was born yesterday? Not on your |

and all kinds of diseases produced by an most peaceful period of a busy man's life' t ,4& LIilIIA L
everyday life the half hour after lunch, _
,aceof uric acid. Two red spots burned on the stran- :

when the remembrance of a good ger't= cheeks. "Before God Mr. Wintergroen -

meal is enhanced by the fumes of a fragrant 1 am telling the truth. It's for Infants and Children.The :

HarrisLithia Havana. There was an unwritten my only chance. For the love of mercy, .
law In the offices of the company believe that I am serious." Kind You Have Always llouglit lias borne the signature I J

that under no circumstances should "Oh, toinmyrot!" replied Mr. Silas of Cltr. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his

WaterIi the president be disturbed for thirty Wintergreen as be turned his back on personal Miiiervuion for over J50 years. Allow no ono '

minutes after returning from lunch. the trembling stranger. "Gt"t out! hey, to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and

Small wonder that Muggsy, the 1 uggs) !" "JiMagood" are but Experiments and endanger tho r i'

recommended by the Lp"t! physicians allover office boy, trembled with apprehension Maggsy; appeared :and taking hIs health of Children-Experience against 1. })erillll'ut. G

the United States. For gale evervwfiere as he knocked softly at the door of the cue from a wave of the president'shand

-chipped anywhere. president's office ere the prescribed ushered the stranger from the The Kind You HaveUlways BoughtBears '
thirty minutes had passed. The usually room.

Nothing Can Compare placid brow of the president dark- The dusk of the evening had already the Signature of ,

ened as he prowled; fallen upon the metropolis when the

with HARRIS Lnuu CARBONATED WATER for table nee. HARRI" LHHIAGIOIB "Come in." president of the International Insurance -

ALE it the finest of all alea. 'Tlease sir" said Mujrjjsy apologetically company boarded the State Central -

"de gentleman who give me suburban train for his country

Write for Free Booklets-Full testimonials of cores, analyses I dis note said it was most important, home at Verndale. His regular newsboy ,
to show to physIcIan.
tic your
i sir and dat no one else but your at the depot had handed him his favorite .

Harris Lithia would do." evening paper. The president I In Use For'Over* 30 Years.
Springs Co., Harris Springs, S. C. The president took the carefully entered the smoker and settled himself 1n.e ji
I sealed envelope and scanned the address" c"....... TO ..".... start.. .rw TONI CITY I
down in the cushioned seat for a .ill
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6--- ., I
carelessly: "Silas \\ utE'rgrE'E'u.I few puffs and a glance at the news. -- =--

I ON OK TELEPHONE Esq. Most important and absolutely Glaring headlines on the front page Immediately -
I private." caught his eye: Every Woman :

M. W. MARSHALL Pensacola, Fla. "Il'm" muttered the president as r.EMORSE LEADS TO SUICIDE. V is interest 'neat should know

- aN SHIP COMBINE. FEDERAL JUDGES SCORED. I'riratcllat tance.Muscsy" retreated[ft"t important the, to deuce a and:discreet" absolutely dis Confidential Out Life fork With of Bonds Pistol&Boil Co. Snuffs wm Y ((1 1.1 Ii I r (i Ii" V ;,Q,,, ,Ii MUMl at Whirling utthe tit Spray brad j

The ,contents however proved more Adam Dutton Was Short C3: 000-Meets Importers and l><-nrra InChinese I i'" IUI..r,l..t,.", I

S"on Be Placed Upon Severe Denunciation by Central Feder. extraordinary than the address heath Rather Than Justice. 1-k jnr ArmtiM fur IIIt .'.
: !,- i nlaml"qplp' the
np.tal; 150000000. ated Union of New York. Mr. Silas Wintergreen: and Japanese >1\K\ '.. M..r.t I,,.
Carried Heavy Insurance. OUT, t ,trend Uiii tof-! .,
\ i II.--From what it New York, :1u5. 11.-Tho Central SIr-H you will spare me fire m'nuteaof I' btt r'.u..I."k ".tra.rt| |I It*
your time. I will 11you some very Fancy Goods I: nil! 'ur->- nla A.nddr i in, if.tni G:
i <
I -
*""r'e. The Jour Federated union of this city has gone' Important information which involves the The president of the International ...1..It. ,,,,h... 'Ii\ ..1. I 0.. ,...r.

'atthat the seouri- on r-rorrt against the judges who have: saving for your company of many thousands Insurance company let his cigar fall FINE CHINA TEAS, Room 'Ho I Tlnica KIdz., N*>* Yorlt.ThPV .
,,'ii ombimtion of ) of dollars. Yours respectfully, from his lips to the floor.
issued injunctions against:; the 31 South Palafox St. I
n: hip lines will \\W said he. "I'll be blanked!
'!market.. Full ; nupf-rs. At a meeting just hrld "Tell him to come in," said the president VICTOR II. SMALLEY.An Laundry Otlice. i'-msacola. Fl.i! OTICF.1i :. .

a Ions preamble and set of resolutions I :Mngasy: : retired and soon reappeared ------- been authonzpd to take
i in.pany and of : ::ve
'if t of the ray haired individual, whose .c.ttdij; at V'..ikenp I
.1 it !is unilereuxMm paragraph; preamble denouneesr (e a. i 1.11- ', paper, "The Commoner. + ,
the judges mentioned and calls theraj tIl"'ll't black eyes roved anxiously and li h'lI. iu> dear. 1 l'u: sunre' alessrc 1
will be chart. I tiny Cap -ucr:11' Tile price i- $1.00 per year in ad-
"Willing and subservient tools: of the about the room. Musissy respectfullymade is a man in the Louse.Mrs. to Balsam >f i'

of New Jersty, coal trust." After still further sour his absence conspicuous. IZnptxk: taleepilyl--Ilo! i keep (''t"f iJJ lnje'l'ah@I ,' vance. Those.! deiriui the paper

1 including stoektatg "Mr. Winterjriven," said the stranger, quiet, Hei.rj. You flatter jointIf.HOLD i I can !:aye it sent to them by sending
ing the judges the resolutions "urge 1 '.r., 'iriMa48 i.' ,
$1511.000.11110. the miners to insist upon and if need "m mime is Uutton-Adam Button, sir. a.". .., ,. ,'tL: .. ItInv' h. I (1.00 to the uniieriuMied.H.M... ROCHE. ,;
:.jr<' 11r. Morganas I :1IJ\lnhlll'ltruu of and .
the l-e.! defend their risht to feed starving: j'lIlIr'ompanj' I nr T. '.h 11 If' 'n O CGI3TS: ;: I Care D.IUV News.
same :pa-
now carry ST-V"->urance with you. ,
brothers in defiance of the mandate of ---
.' plan was for an :Mr. AVintorsreen; unbent considerably ,
"Let the COLD OUST twins "
the federal (courts and tt..tH' pledge: I do )our work.
stock and Sit and coughed a polite response.
.ut bonds and itlut them our heartysupport to the furtlwrins The stranger continued: "I am in the THE GARDEN SECTION
of that end.
; :" the un.lerwrit- employ of Bonds&: ('0., with whom F ,
Copies of the resolutions will be
:. h is thought loni you are no doubt acquainted. I am j -or*- .

.. as that which pent to all labor bodies for Indorse their man and handle! all ., I
their labor demonstration. Florida.s ,
ment at
day Pensacola
r.nod States Steel of their out of town l>u"incsIore: ,

"< i med. The bona unbi-ndint/; on the part of the president j v tM ---- --- ---

I ,
Delegates at Tu&kegee.Tukc'Kee. A"
time ago, slid the stranger, \ '
Ala. Au;:. 11.-One thousand "I \Vi5 induced I to peculate a little 'wind r

KrnJf... of the delegates who have ben with my earnings. I won, and as is I Beautiful Lots for Sale.lOxlST's .

.' about thinning attending the sessions of the Young the invariable rule. I tried I the frame of j jrhaiici' t

.. the work and I People's Christian congress at Atlanta. a;rain. This time 1 won more. feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord- '

i' lamely upon Then I received what I believed to Lea
Ga. are spending today in visiting ing to location and surroundings.
.lil lie borne sure tip on the market. So sure was | ;
Hooker T. Washlnton'reat;; school -
should boformed. Don't c''0 v-irg .ke your erar.d-rotner die tetore
I that I the'
:Il'lll'ol'riat.I-lw'rI'o\\,1' is
for negroes located here. The party you scouttre u;i scruct is. b .5 and ruct.rg; Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,
term then gate it-the sum of S2n; ) 'j
fame in a special train. In the par f Fertile Lands. ;
High Dry
; -HI or- belomim; to employers.. Sullk-e tosay ; GOLD DUSTl"ae ,
ty are some of the most prominent .
that 1 lost everything." I --- --- -- ---

Off.ff.. nerrocs of the country all of whom Silas Wlnt<'rgt-ccn, tti3'ened In Ins revolving \ hpueorl "asv It char; .-.'erlllt.g ;aid Tho grandest opportunity for investment ever
thin have expressed themselves delighted injures-oth ng More econmcm dear 5 ap
ch.iir. What did this
;: man cffered in Pensacola.
with the work which is being done
lilt want--an embezzler a thief-what Klde! or !b:> THF N K FAIRBANK COXF ANY
by the present negro leader at this could Chicago New VIt\ nose St :Ljia -- -
he want of the president of the Should See These
Home Seekers Lots.
place for his people.Ier IntrruationalInsurance compatn': I Makers i' OVAu FAIRY SOAP


i \nc tion. stranger"Mr.: ,AViutergrcen1"my life is worth continued?7r;>.i NNl>the to ti10ttrtr0'o6 49yi -V Oil! "fo t3

"JSat why are yon taking your doctor
t t' I '.. i your company. Should 1 lie tonight u !Pl

: with you on jour trip?" lie asked. either accidentally or by suicide \ 'tllr If You Have I
V 11 Corner Garden and Alcamz Streets
I' There Is to 11(' su much truing on
1 i the
i ''. cure she :answered "amimi know I am heirsNiI I t .. !

.' + Iht'er..) strung wYwtj.Towll Top- hilt! in his chair. "Mr. Y\intt'r- .
upright ; K C BKEXT. WM ii KNOWI.hH W, K. HYKU JK., J H RE1.AE.Presldnb : .
J i' i f II.tlll1-1 if I cannot make! !IHHI! m\ i : RheumatismURIGSOL
in ..f ics."I ---- --- green : iuliezzleiiient I :: Vie.Prekldrnt Ca blor. Ak I l'asller ,
had diabetes, in its wor-t frrn." by tomorrow at this time I .
I u- ,. !, Tube.. -
write: Marion Lee of Dunre-ith, am a rU ll\'lllllau. My employerwill!
i! i 1.,1| you havimperfect lud.'I tried eiifhtjihy-ician! without discoM-r the tllt.ft1111 I will \In- sent te'teil and ;
: luarntirely Bank :
closed- I relief. Only three bottles! of fo- to jail. 1 cannot stand this. 1 would endorsed ('Bl.IorinaKeme First National
If'\ '* Kidt-ev Cure made me a well -,lIt. and! unlessin rather court death a thousand times In you It also cures Liver Kidney Bud
n13n." \V. 'A, D'Alemberte 121 .-;.
I Bladder diseases, caw.'d by eu nee of
be take ti out a thousand forms. I bad alt'l'lIl'on.. j
1'al.ifox. I uric acId. It never fails and builds up
'. i d to its ii'.niil ------ eluded to make an end of my miserable the health and, str'rgthblle it. OF PENSACGLA.FLA.:
will be detroyetli It Fit... "Xj"tl'fwe"L'n I thought of a plan Send tamp for book of wonderful certificates
Price. II per bottle. Fur sale
I i- ut.if tn are
'I., which "You say Cubbaee: is worth a clean Should I die your company pays $75-I by druwtn.' If your druggist: can nut D:trLFJ: C'X'0:I"1Ib,
notLiux million?" (u' supply it will be sent prepaid upon
should I live you
-.1. loudition of the ; your company pays receipt of price. Address WM. H. KNOWLCS. W. A. BL)1 NT. F, U. LPKJS1 .V. K. HYKli. il.
.Ytr. 1I0thln:z.edam:. j
D. G. BREN1. ,
Hundred Dollars '"Is there a I'rWcllI'N1S! <)!l for the uo! Button paused. He mopped Uricsol Chemical Co. Lcs AngelesCal. YTrgn

I/! ,'afnei cuused by of the udj'ctlndt'an?" his moist brow with his handkerchief.I or the be cureii by "Thriv is. He made the money in "Well." said the president in a 1:11111//j Lamar &. P.3nkln Drug Co.. Atlanta, 63.Di'lributing r i a m ti; ? : n t ad Z1c '
cir "
i 'II t.. Send! for the! soap busfuess.-U truit Free tOil. !'- '\elli" Agents. : .

I'ress. .1V,'Il," replied' Adam Button "I j L
IL ('n-, Toledo, O. have a proposition to make your com 91'

.- t-. -,:)c. Herr Pleaxnntry. pany. If yon will pay me jf-: .".'MI" 1 ; V' Wo draw oar own Hill- of Kxchanxs oa (1!'eat Britain Ir8J&.D !

torsirehauea l'hotngraph.'r-lscuse we sir but Will.::ne up iiiy lMli'.' to.toil.. It not Germany, Franco Aa=tri&. Italy. Holland. Bpain, Belgiam! : Kuasli, Ivorwsy :
i you han been hitting on your hat fur I LODGE DIHECTOHY Hiredea. Denmark and other Euro oan countries

1 -nek we will sell the last ten minutes. Cures! Eczema and Itching Humor ,

'/ 'trxton $ uina. ('tMiimcr (furit>u -Well, why inthuntt Through the Blood-Costs Nothing j ito j tFVa3eelB: Dl, barsed ron th- Wos Favorable Terms and the 1
-'r didn't you tell me before? Try. : KNIGHTS OF PYTHIANlVn Obligations Taken Payable at Port of neetiratlcu Ten or Jc'ft1f'8l Dsyi

i.icnj. .ittcni.nn rhotoivaphtT wished you to look B. B. 15. ( Botanic Blood Balm. ,,- | after Vessel Arrives there .
c<> Llltll:P, No. 3. K of P. --- --- -- -
"- i regular iaeetin;< ofM. pleasant, sir. now recognized a- a certain: andui j meet every Monflny IIV"b 'Safety Deposit inane for Heat in Ccnneotlon .'
:Health aical OJ'C6 Society-it *){- cure for Eczema Itching Skin. Hu-I' tag In the st H1Iat HlouIt.'N..U'C'astlf Hal vrith whim wo harp & FVim Ai .rtsiciit> for tltmArlta.fiRtntara. t

-.liy. An;. 1 12atU2ticians ; His Sight Threatened. mor, :--rabScales.. Watery Illi! i! i Kalldliig third floor .

are cordially "While picnicking lit: month my ter*, Pimples, Aching I B Joint.. I'.oil-, Carbuncles. 1'rickliin :< :jJ
1. H ,.
-nne.i : \ U .r.e
11-year-old boy wa poj by
\\'. C. DEW EY.Y. 1'aln in the :Skin; Old K.itiii S.-i.- I H. UORSI.KK
President. 4'tine weed or pl tut." WE WILL-FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !
'( .xKK. Dibble! of fiioux City. la. "11e rubbed taken internally, cure thewm-t ud -- -- I,

Set;retary.UOLAY the T hihiiudi to ln; mo-t deep--eated case liy em u-1! 'a!i F Ff
. poison i>: II' Wnu CvhTfnr fri tan.'. I
tli bl..tI .
purif ingandvitalizing LaurelsAgain + I .
eye* and f"r awhile w wire afnii Q :.. iami: ., ; M.KSii f f
thereby giving;; a healthy hl..1 -UJ I Writ W. .11. "tn I" ii > .' .1
= I..' would l-t IIHi'ht.. Fnrilly! ply to tie -kin. Botanic! Blond I P !, I ftir !w-< .\\ v*,:.".:... :-.. > .. ;. .. .i' :,u ; fI

I j mist b.r rl'cnmmllitt'J'jtt'< 1- the only cure totay CUIMI, utliee _1 ,pl..r' J ")* f "' i,.r.,.T... ',' .... .uae. I I
; -.t. .
awful, alllloyil -kin Ui, ii b.-- The ParU Eiposition -G' ..t ... ., .. ,, ,.to" .
I Hazel! Salv Thttir.t .. made the Geld .
Corn Meal !ills Witili .ppliI ..
I II lid ti '11.1. ''d' 1.-. ;
I cation helped him and in :i few dlvs. Other remedies miy relieve but t> Award to : I. .n ''I..:....,. ".. 11". I I.t'i: .",.. i ..l.. i rl
B. B. actually clift.*, heilore. v I' 1-., .1 .r 'w.I.!" 1,1. ,..
nuEZ 4 CO. Prop I. j! he wai# well HeV'r.. Fur kin .. : wail Wl I." .t :114) .: .I'tI
r ilo % '
aud rich j.\-\r\ u< : r .. .. .
givethe ..
i dii'a:p-1. cut, burn -c.ildwuund-, ;: I.V.HARPBRKENTUCKY .. a &''-1 11Ift.... "H 'r I'a 1 'I''I'WI
I' I
... health to the -kin. Build-,' d' to % fiat t'-+"! '" ". I .
ae r" I in-t-ct bite-, IhVltt # Witch HaztIlve U "1.111.."-t"'v' fall
M> I'l UKUKOl'M..H : > i? tire cure. Believepile- ,ttonce broken-down bldand m.ik- < i- I rr t hid tee SkI tl.. 1sT u WTAf I. I' <, Mit I I ..1 ., .'.....I. I .'L..'... M. II
If ""I f
i ( 'K t'-u.; : r.eware of enilntrrfeitII ir- blood red and nouri WfllSKEY I \1" t ,. ,. ... .. '
:.h-i-.d for chronic old ca-n- t r t ** ii nii ir. .- \i '. T5 S
'.austry, for tht'r* hi j jd vi. Phanntcy: John -hrl'P.ud. Sidney "IprI L'I i ,.* V' Lirtrnin-'i-i.. I |. '. i. jfJt
'i M sal "'aCH. li duetorptteUt medicmee nut C.t1K n. >t-f,. %t; .-,11"r. err a I'w. .( w. .,r, /A &i
your x
nuy lrli. .. .
.. .
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T it w
rjircf. i. t n a N i i'VilpTtn
,'mi >Iai .1| f
boii>e T B B. B. -a'mpl't dJo awarded aLt in fi-w ... '
> prate cure m ++ s dry 1..n"I..I..I. .. K. ln.t r I' I' "+ i i .I j."f VVyj r :
ft tht lie house hoi m.nd" Mn AI.,\!:_ .. > t
u SCllSOlla lll'IllIL\(' t6.trvpldUtM.' 'u.
15lo d tr }
e .. tDd'H'I' dl free and prepaid by wriune !!t "+:br1 *i indirectly
m m.innfitctnr and kitchen utensils at Rapid: Co.. Atlanta, CU. De-crilx U\IOfO I SALVONA SOAP CO.. [or 12th & Ping Sts. STriOUlS.MO. FItheIFo i ii
r.i iof labor You ow. trouble and free medical ah'.Cf1..eaT'ill

I ,. v aA( ji ales live and I I Willis Hardware Co.'s. I taled letter. sals DT L'SfiiEisser: fcroi>. it i

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11' C \9 ,J

.. I. "'''1Wln. lr"'<'I\.".... .,'-" .+t Any phy-i !'an will t< 11 .-0'] that a f.rOfl.r m: tune (., t6Iv'le! ('1 the wheat f'
-- I .'B'all', of ti:.f j: r a"Sai t> lad1t19! pre-' ..innt'y a JI-OT*',- ',u.i i ()i Hoot -, "i; ', normally, tones t-,.

,' .". !. "'iMh.of, ; .. 't 11> .T .h. -n!'.c t'n'U'. of thb : ; 'iii. zT "
'V.1 >. 1.'-' !: barley malt iCienti c- 1

t' ., ,.1'1' .:-1 'TI.. .. :I,1. .
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\ L a1v' ;;; :> : a ( -. cri>!p ilakt t'anllJtloeltJ.,>OI"] quaiitk3 ,
I 1"eOK: i'. "t.1 > '"I; ClI.I.1 -fi r
; "; in faulty teoking fur it is ready to be putt the table when it rtarbv:* t.>j h ue.Th.n's r"rTr.
TinV'1, 'vn'tti I'-' >
.' t : t-- -n-r .,
.. another Olt worth considering; a Lot kit"h.n lire oa a but suiiimer 4
-:. I" '" (I* '. : .' It > -4"l. IliO
: II ;:uJd ).. ...1:1"1': hi? h/': ?lth.A' day Oil nj ki' 'hen firs. I I


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It's room we want, and room we must have; therefore, beginning SATURDAY, AUGUST 10th, our great


will start. We do not propose to carry over any Summer FOOTWEAR, that's why we make such

RIDICULOUS LOW PRICES in order to accomplish this end. We haven't a complete line of sizes in

all these lots-they are the ODDS AND ENDS of the Season's Business and MUST GO.


f.4501'ateutTip, French Heel . . .... .. . .. .. ... ... .. .now &; 91 f2.50 Patent Leather Colonials:: .. .. . .. .. .. ...... .... $I 96 $3 50 Patent Leather Vici* . .. ..... .. .. .. . .
Kid Beaded ... . . .. .. .... ... .. .... 202 :. ,
250 Vici Colonials .now $3.5tYiciKld.AllToes. .. . .. .. .... .. .. . _
.1.50 I'ttent'ripelt, Extension Sole. 302 250: Patent Leather Beaded X. traps. .. ..... .. ... .. ... 202 :
. .. .. .. .
, : 5') Plain Sandal, French Heel ... ... .. ... .. ... .. ..... .... now 2 02 g3.T') Southern Ties: and Congress. .. ;Ti '
, 't ..VJOIateutI.eather.aud( :l1I 2.uo4-Strap Patent Leather .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... ..... .... 16- aouthernTI.e..andi' ; . .. .. .. .. . ,

I : .toWelt, ExtensionSule. ..... .. .... .. .. .... .. ...... 211 200One-Strap Patent Leather .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .... .. .. .now 167 $250; Vici Kid Newest Toes .. .. .. ... '". .... .... .. .. .
<, ._).00 ..' Strap Vici Kid . .... .. .. .... .. ... .. .. .. .. ... .... ..uow 1 67 ot'outJernTI'e! Vici Kid .. .. .... ... .... ... .... ... .
... .... ..... ..... .... .... .... ... .
250 Patent ViciKid .*. .now 1.i9 1.50 Patent Colonials now 1 14
Leather ... ... .. .. .. .
.. .
, .. .. ..
$1.001' i Kid, NewLa.t.
1500ne-trap and Tip ..... .. .. .. .... .... .... .. ... .... 1 Is IC
: .0 Patent Tip, Turn "L',0 1... ll 69 1.502-Button Fedora ..... .... .. .. ...... .. ... .... .. .. ...... .... 1 b $1.50 Vici Kid, Cap Toes:.. .. ... ... ...... ..... .... .

1.2;: :!.ttrapand2-Button.. .. .. .... .. ... ... .. .. .... .. .. ... .. .now 9Hc U.1iO\.icll Plain Toes .. .. .. .. ... .. ..... .. ... .. .
J 'J"'Iltr.ntTI'p'I'CI'I'I"u .now I 47 1.25 Common- Sense Spring Heels I .. . . .. .. .. ... .. now 97c ?:2 50 'Welt Drab Linen . .. . .. . .. .. .. .. .. .
I . . . .. . .. . .
i I.iOP.ttentTip, Vici I\: . now I 12 i, 1 1 00 00 (Plain)ne- TOP trar Buckle and Common and Bow Sense.... .. .. ... ..... .. .. .. .'". now now 5>Ic.t c I(11.25 Tan Canvass .. ... . . .. ... .. .. .. .. . . .

1.25 Patent Tip, Vici Kid . now C9c I, .50 Boudoir Slippers ..... ... .. . .. . . .. .. ... .now 8'cI I trIO'" Olf on All Edwin Clapp Oxford- l

,8 *0-These Sizes are Incomplete, the Lots Broken ; so You Had Better Come Early.- { *


Feet Furnishers for Cash Only. t___;: 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET

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J s $5,000.00 .< 5 . : ...GREATEST VALUES :


:Worth of Summcr Merchandise : IN inn JI ;,

.: to be Sold During this Month. : AUGUST SELLING HERE? IS YOUR GIN!\ I HISTORY OF THE STORE. | Great Clearance Sale

...a.o.ea.N' .. ._ __ ___ u_ ___ .......................o......

Goods Department.HALF CARPET DEPARTMENT Embroideries and Laces. r1cINNIX(:

PRICE IN FIGURED L.\\\'=':'5. Velvet Carpet at ... . .. .. . .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ...60c yard 1,000 Yards Emb. Beading! 5 and lUc yard

White X-Rar Muslin 4c yard Brussels Carpet at. ... .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .50c yard 2,000 Yards New Emb.Edge::

Fine Wnite Goods. . . ...luc yard Union Ingrain Carpet at. ... . .. .. ... .... ......33c: yard and Inserting .5 and lOc yard! Monday, August 11thCONTINUIN

I'i'lUf>, Tennis Flannel, Oillitea Wool Ingrain Carpet at.. .... ..... .... .... .. .. .. ;-Vic yard l,(($) Yards Torchon Laces 3c yard
Cloth. \V.iven Madras. .. .15c yard
On Counter. Rugs; 23: per cent ot!. SOU Yards Black and White AM
Remnant Liueoleum at Half Price. Lace! Bands ( Fine Goods) 5c yard I

Summer Underwear. Lace Curtain, odd pair, at Half Price. 300 Yards Linen Emb. and Inertings,
with Linen Match, at Cot.Gents' .
Lace Curtains Entire Stock, 2o otf.fPECIAL FOR 30
:;'i I'nz. Lalli..le"v l""; Vf-st--2 for 5:: at per cent DAYS. a
I J;*, I>i'2. L,&dl--' SlePVel"-iS?t.;;, ON MATTINGS.
1:1": Ich.,1 . .. .. .. .. .:a for IQc Furnishings.Men's .
::;', 1I"z. L.tlf-' Sl..evl..s'eH"! This mean* a General Clearing Out of all .
.I 'I'i pd. . ..'.. ... ."... ., .. J for 2>c .' ,, Bleached Lisle \'est"leenlfS5: Now Sumu' : <
I I/tdie'Slepvelu&s Vests, r; = -: hoc each. is the time to take advantage; of tin- -,.6

Lt-le Thread ... .. . .. .. .. .. ..etc each Gent*' Straw Hats at Half Price. we are determined to have a General Cleansin < > a
:' I 1I"z. Roy*' -hirn and Drawers V SPECIAL SALES each and Every Departineut.SPECIAL .

It ilbri-i/in; .' .. .... .. . .. lOc suit tit I
:;,". lI"L. Mu'Jhirts: and Drawers + -' Shoes.
Htlbnnrii. . .. . . 4c: snit ;: IF'l
\ Strong Point Oxford for $I.SU; FOR MONDAY !

Waist and Skirt Department. I LACE CURTAINS ; Ladies'Oxfords, $200. . .. .. now $1.65

.... .. .. ID Yards of Scotch Lawns for a'
.", I Iinz. IVV 'its. t ('"lure.1'ai-t.c each i iId I Ladies' Strap*, $l.75. .now $ 3h 30c. -
I i I'..z. MadruW.IIN ..">Ic f'acll'' [ -AXI'1' Ladies' Oxford, $2.50: .. .. .... .. .. now ?I..tsLidies'

I--. z. Clniiibry: ICai-ts w. rth Straps, $2.50: ..... ...... now #1.b7 f{
$1 I ti.$1.7'j.',. tlr..U. each I t; DRAPERY CURTAINS 3 Men's Low 11the: Diu-k skirt-* "die each
C"l"rd I Duck :Skirt... $1.00wrrel ;,0 'J Stripe Grenadine", worth flUe, LOW ... ... . .;

C.l.|.>r.dUhanibrySkirt-I.. : ..".,ii. were$25u: I TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. Hardware.NEW Egyptian Tissue, worth 25c, now.. .... ... . &f
N -wV.. .l WalkinK Skirt*. $2.5it: to $7 ot! .. .._ ., .. .
---:-- -y------- -:-----:-.-- I STOCK ENAMEL PAINT. Black Ficured'i i=ses, worth ;SJG, cow.. .. . .

Ribbon Bargains. Hammocks, Single and Double Latest --
All C" W .. Ribbon. IKyd !JUillittiu $01)110011 & Son. Patterns, Cheap.
All CoITN.... I" TjtMi Itlbt"on. lou yd ) YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEAS
:, Yard- 1 1'i-y Ribbon at. . 5c yd Enamel Ware Blue and White, Big Stock


RAILWAY NEWS/ :a- the weather became little cooler POU I
in order that ground could be F R. .$ .$

broken on JelTer-on street with no MWAMWAMMThos.

OF LOCAL INTEREST danger to sanitation. Rumor now : : : : FEED, LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.

-- ha i: that coal dock will be placed OPEN DAY A*D NIGHT. 1r W.-M IntcniU-iifia -\tl''C.t.:

and C. Watson & Co., ".d '
the! Ip :: train yt--.terd came at the foot of Jefferson street IRR it""Rq
the leading Real Estate Agents take, ,, 0t
behind that the big docks at Mu-co ee POU & GINGLES
hours and thirty uunutM Managers.
lu two all the worry oil the shoulders of the j

time the delay l vins' bet"u wharf will be changed into a wharf owners of property, manage t1e" I

t'tUt8tt l from repair to t K-eak:iqe: in for the export of lumber exclu"ively. i 'I> renting of their houses and the col- ,, .

tue track near Ueorsiana,Ala\ Should' this; change be made, intimated lection of their rents a* con-cien-- :, E NiCK'S A.A..
tiously as they would theni-elves. '
a railroad engineer yesterday R. POU AA
F <, Their charges are very reasonable. .
Tht'uu.t Belmont is:: t-xpectt-d to' the Incline on Jefferon street 1

move this -ifternoou or early iu the will be made more sub-t\I1tial than \

uiitrutUK to Mu..coKe i wharf: to beiu either of those now in u;e in order :i ito : nt TA g&NT& T
It I 17 West Ltendencu Street. Oliice Phone 31. Residence Phone, 673.; Hotel Camden
/ to load coal fur Tampico. i isj I allow large engine and tight E

-xpcted that on her tint trip she I loaded at time to be I
cars a put on CAMIiAI.AIJAMA>> : ,
Life Saving Station, of
will carry nearly SMcirlnad*, a very the top. As it is now only four cars THE G. L. I. WILL A.A
which will announced later.If .
of which his arrived. Is Now Open to the Public '
mull portioL with engine ,
a :
very may beI: I "
you want to spend an enjoyable i DAILY MENUS A
IIf thehip are aniouto I GIVE I ;
Oitie rs used afely. GRAND HOPON I'
under the
._ evening, be sure to be on board when management of .
the the co il chutes -- :,
t -t capaeititof: Comprise all t: I

.,t Mu C'tt't: wharf and t-mployes onl I AGAIN WILL the wharf flying at o'clock flotilla leaves Palafox: MRS. S. MIMS : :, Date Dihe-". '.. ,{
t t' sharp gets of the W
tJn wit fare equally :at anxious to THE MOONLIT WATERS OF I : IC
I The Chipley boys know how to do of i AifordLadies' .....
record the Pensacola, Florida.
try to nuke a on ship. BECOME A SEAMENCapt.
I THE BEAUTIFUL BAY. things In the most proper style and .)
Thy \ptft-t t" till out the Strainer ; RATES REASONABLE -- A.
I propose doing themselves proud on I
in li-s than 21
to it" fullt capacity
I' :
Chas... L'Orange of Quiu- this occasion. By the Day, Week or Month. I j' Private /
hour*. friends and patrons of the
Fla., arrived at 6:30 o'clock Admission, 85 cents to all. Table :
cy yesterday Chipley Light Infantry will welcomethe -- --- -- Furnished with the Best the' Dining Parlor. ;
\V. H.Vris'ht, president of the his first Market A1I rd*.
afternoon, being announcement of their grand For Over Sixty Years. It.

Yellow River railroad, when a"kf'dI vi-ittothis; place in a number of MRS.MNSLOW'.S HOOTHISO titan bIn Public Patronage Solicited. -- ."
moonlight hop to be given Thursday been used for over sixty years by millions ..
the ijue-tion direct yesterday ato mothers for their children while teething "
year? night, August 21.t. These hops with perfect t".CM. It boothes the child. Free Sample Rooms. Regular Dinner Daily
sale of his roadto
tlit' probability of a to is softens the Rumsallays all paincaret wind
Capt. : up year: _. IC.
given by the Chipley boys are the colic and In the beet remedy for IItarrbo@ Rates '
Sunday Mad
the I.. .t ., said: "It will be a ago an ocean trader but thought he It will relieve the poor little sufferer% Immediately. Men. to Traveling .
biggest and most enjoyable that are Hold
by Dragged every cart Short Orders l'r hi I diy for Peimcoli when the would live ashore after travelling of the world. Twenty-Dve cents a bottle. g3
run out on Pensacola's beautiful Be lure you ask for"M rs.Wlnslow'a Sooth Fillet Night >>r IU,
Yellow River road i is sold the L. & allplrt" of the world. His lat trip lag Syrup"and take no other; kind. ;t.
bay, and they always entertain their
--- -- --
N. road." laferences drawn fruiu by water was from Japan to Cali Entertainmentand -,
friends in grand style. On the com ,
If !t' Komelbr f JI{
this statement are to the effect that then made his LATTER DAY t
: fornia. He to
way yon wbb.yoj; u f ''' <<
ing hop they are arranging to ac-
there is no *.ilf LOW in sight! as the New Orleans afterward to Gad: =den Dance \e .,e
s. commodate M)) people, so as to surpass Nick a'
operators of the road lave the interest SAINTS SERVICE
county. : their last year's grand success. -ATMonday '
of the city at heart and would The longing for sea has preyed up- :. Restaurant
The committee in charge of the arrangements .
Mnguolin: Blu.ff',
knowingly do nothing to impair
on him for ome years and recentlyhe
are experienced hands Rev. E. Powell is now conductinga
Pen-acola's progress could not get rid of the feeling, August 18th, 1902,
in such matters: and those who at series of services in the building at 2./ i 'I' '!!!JJ1
made his mind to ship
again under
:so up auipicei
Revival of the rumor of the re tend are assured that everythingwill the corner of Chase and Eleventh

moval the coal docks to the new and this is the purpose of his visit be done for their comfort. Re- avenue, to which the general public St. Anthony's Branch No. 160, I will repair your w!ro: s g"I
here now. He expects to get command J 1
tlte at the foot of Jetterson street freshments,such as ice cream, cakes! is invited C.K&I..01'A.: Jewelry In flrst-class et.e
of a vessel out from Pensacola.CONCERT Stephens.
has caused some talk among em lemonade sandwiches and coffee, The scripture expounded is from
AND DANCE AT lichts \\nM\n\ TraupBrtsfioi 25c ,
that the will be served on board the boat and the ,
ployes. It is learned surveys standpoint of the Latter Day n
recently nude on the dock lighters.A Saints' view, and persons interestedIn Sane Money :
NIGHT. TRAINS AT 8, >:3() AND The I urn
purchaser of each ticket will your
were for the purpose of getting the 9. LAST TRAIN RETURN* AT brass band will furnish music that belief are especially invitedto have a chance at the elegant prizes. lure at Marston 4' ',""I. na'1

wharf lines correctly In order that 11:50.< TICKETS 23 CENTS, AT for the dancers and will give a con attend tonight at 3 o'clock, when There will also be handsome prizes Emp

work could be commenced as soon DEPOT. cert on the beach on arriving at the I special services will be held. for dancers.: the best lady and gentleman rium.Great Furniture .

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