The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
August 13, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
30.433333 x -87.2


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

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Minister\ Bowen Notifies the State I Lexington Mo. Scene


Department. 'Special to The Daily News Special to The Daily News. i Lynching .

:{ ixnmville, Ky.. Aug 12.-"Unless Tallahassee Aug. 12.-This is a I .

(, Cuba is annexed to the United States great financial year for Florida On!I --- '
I June 1 State Treasurer AVhStneld !>estate '
within, a rear it never will be, said
( .. t.1s \\\\'tw 'q\\\\\ oT -,, '!. Sn \ ", to The Daily Xt'JI's.
---- Special
', .- Jew.. Mr /; Cat-tPllano.-!, of [{II ralla.. who 'I
I treasury. On July 1 the cash:
Via." :\\ SI' Iial'n's hotel ian uignt. "II Lexington })iAug, 12.-CharieaSaJyeis.
,. 1 L \/WI.ft r H.\:- \ BOLT STRIKES thr iilteil Stairs wants the island balance wa fill more than half t ., wnit, and harry Gates u!.!. KNIGHTS OF
million m ')Marl, and on the first day of "
t'< ijepartiuei't In'm \ now iv the!! time for them to get K.T'ie gro, were taken: from the county Ja. !t
August the cash balance in the statetreasuiv
ni.-iul at Han Ion* people are poor, and there is noI | here l> a masked mob at 1:31) u slur U

!tiv, wire that hart I Ib CHURCH I demand for the sugar and tobacco, the was over Jl.lfMi.non thib rooming and I'n:hed. PYTHIAS
The counties also Teem, to be gettin I
". revolutiondckicg j
} the I principal products. The failure of They were charged with killing
I ; along handsomely in a financial wa.\
: the tU\\I:. I --
congress to adopt the reciprocity resolution : GeorgeV.: Johnson, wealthy farmer,
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receiving large amounts quarterlyfrom
: .meet the prote- | was a great blow to the Island who surprised them at his hen house Special to TLe Dally News.
the hire cf convicts, causingmany I
..,I tie immediately Spma! to The Daily News: I but "e think we will find a demandfor near town a week ago They were a
counties to reduce their tax I San 1'rancrnro, Aiifi. 1'J.: -This was a
UeSoto. Ga'. Aug. ::.-Richard Pod our sugar in Europe When, thisIs strung up and Sal)'ears made a statement i
.. rates for the current year, some even busy daj for thp Knights! of Pjthia.
i has prepared In- son wajt killed: and 40 others were injured done our people will become prosper. to the mob saving Gates had
suggesting that they levy no county I who are now the guests of San (Fran
r:icnati: to rtturnn. by a bolt of lightning which IOU!!, and all will oppose annexation. fired the shot that killed Johnson.
tax at all this year. cisco.
I. mU'fc that the T3i struck the Haptist church at Leslie,, But now with hard times staring them I i Johnson was pee of the wealthiest and
-- At 9 a. m. the Imeprial
i .I'M llo, and the Miii a small place near hue during ser, in the face a great many Cubans favor i mot respected men in the communi1 Khora
liraniatlc Order of Knights -
''I river. vices. annexation. This Is especially TERRIBLE DROUGHT 1 and the feeling against the two
> Imperial
..san convened in P1h1an'aith
"'iittiuLS were sent The church was crowded with wor true with the wealthy classes. They men was intense. I II *
) Prince Frank H. Clark, of Detroit
rttil her arrival atupon Jilipera! when the bolt descended and l watt to sell their products and refli- : Last night shortly after midnight
PREVAILSSpecial :Mich, presiding
,' the instruc- that a large number were cot kiliec I Ize the benefits they would derive I armed men came to town by twos: and The supreme lodge of the Knightsof

: ,;o as to direct outright is a miracle. by having an open market. threes, most of them masked. They Pjthias opened its first session

prrxet-d unmetii i.I i. The opening song had been rui "It will take several years to bring massud finally near the court yard wherean
at 10 a. m.. in the I'ala'ehotfl.,
This leases it dered, prayers offered and the minister order out of chaos and establish prosperity to The Daily News. In which the county jail U located. alterably room resembling the

I I'M'tain 'It'L'aI:, oft had begun his sermon when e I but when this is done the \':;toria. ft': C. Aug 12.-Advices I The mob was orderly and w.,! directed United States senate chamber: hn

nior officer presKa thunderstorm came and before the Us.1 people will be satisfied and will oppose leeched by the .-t'amerlluwt.ri\, each man doing his work efficiently been fitted up

!. or go himself! effort toward annexation." from Australia tell of terrible A demand the
course wa finished a ball of fire swepl't: i any drought and effectively. on During the week the supreme officers !

I' TIt''t'S:>f;I through the church, striking Podsor I in New South Walts anti Queenslaud I Jailer for the prisoners meeting with of the ensuing two years will lit 9

lie prepared to and killing him instantly, while 4) which has devastated the sheep( refusal, several men of the mob who elected and installed.

Porto Cabello in others were thrown to the floor by : LARGE BANQUET ranches: of that :section of the southern I had come well prepared broke in the ,
I II I The supreme tl'mpl.of the Pythian i
I I the shot, but all will probably recov colony.Millici.s outer door and made for the cells o; Sisterhood met in Elks hall at 10 a.

er. of sheep have died and men I the murderers It took 30 minutes to I
of Rath-
I BY OFFICIALS m, antI the supreme temple
C be.. Many narrow escapes were recounted i I forme 1 considered wealthy have : cut through the steel doors. I bone Sifters assembled in lathe Sonsi

I:J -Minister! especially: in the case of a friend: I been compelled to seek employment I Saljers was taken out first, then I
hall at the same
<:, (Caracas. Veaasists of young odon, who was sitting b; I Th-l amul"' McCaughej. the sheep hint Crates \Vithout further ado, the mob i I An evening reception was held by

:: have him when the fiery messenger: Sptcial to )aiIY Sew. of Australia: lost over a million sheop started with their! victims for a point which addressos
j the Uathbonw : at -
,A called him to eternity, and escaped | Laredo, Tex.. 'A1 Io(. 12.-The of his herd of a a million and a quarter half a mile south of town There Sal- n! wpVoinc Wf-e delivered by Elds

with a very slight shock, which verified i i opt'umg of the: Coabuita and Paciac and other large: herders have beeu >ere was granted! permission i to makea 1 a. Springlcgrand! chief of California.On .

the that should betaken railroad occurred A large equal!! unfortunate. that Gates hat!
proverb one yesterday. : statement. He said Dell
: ] Mrs
\ r I I behalf of the delegates
I ; COIiCH : and the otj'er left 'anit'et was given at Which the oT To'V of wiping out the natives Ishot Johnson after firing three times, I P. Glazier: tnprfme chief of the order -

The building, which was badly dam vials! of the company and many promInent of the South Sea i.-lands continues 1 and that when the !last slot'a fired delivered an address in resopnsc.

aged by the electric bolt became icnitt'd ::- Mexicans! were present. The Australian papers give an accour.lof ,, Gates had hold of Johnson Before -

ISHEID UP in two )places! and for a time it The directors announce the reorganization me expedition of Germans to the''I j i being killed Johnson exchanged: shots \

appeared that those who had escaped) : of the* company, with A W New Hebrides to avenge the murder with the men. and Gates wa found to LITTLE HOPE

the lightning would: be cremated: before Liliendahl, as president bticceedins! of A Mrs Wolff. This expedition completely ., I have been shot in the right hip Siljers .

: the flames could be extinguished, J. J. Pntwller, of Jersey City N. J., who wiped out village of natives, I statement finished the men were

:, ,\ but while the injured were being cared I' was elected vice president and a dl who hal committed the murder. On!'I, strung up to a tree There the-, FOR WILCOXSpecial

\ .-' L C; c" rl''Oto' for by a portion of the congregation, I rector. hundred and thirty persons were, were _left ...hanging... and the mob di>. I .-'

>".Lt "t .t dar the otters were fighting the fire, which President Llliendahl will conttn'i" killed! ;iPTtPd 4111et1f ,

:.8tiac Mi'>[., by was finally extinguished. to act us general manager; of the road. : Only nh. hot wasfired, and thatI to The Daily NVws-:

Matd to have Young Dod on, the dead man, was F. A. IJllendahl! has been renamed! i I was to put out an incandescent IIEJ.I Norfolk. Va, An? li,-""'ondemnedto ,:"

i "r, secured a cousin of II Oil. \V. A. Pods-on: cf general superintendent and T. S. AJ KAISER WILHELM I 11 I In front of a livery stable as the mob die fur the murder of Nellie: Cro;>

ir tscapo Americus, former )president: of the state genral superintendent! and T. S. Abbott passed by on the way to the :scene: ot sey. at Uli/ahcth ('It) :N C, handsome t

senate I chief engineer LAUNCHEDSpecial the b'nc hlng. SaljerF.! alias Sacks, Jim \Vilcox! Is said to be giving way :-'

1 driver, at- I C. S I.irg. of :New York has hen had lived here for d number of years under the terrible suspense while his if

t rorseb and: House Destroyed by Lightning. named as a directorMessrs : i and left a family. He had a bal l ie is in the hands of tile supreme ;

e tlagea full. I'lberton, Ga, Aug. l:.During a I A W and T A. Llliendal.lPetwiler reputation Oaten who was 30 years court. He has heard, it is stated.

were unmoltstsi. severe thunderstorm here lightnin I Line Melville and Abbott to The Daily NV\s: | of age has served a term in the penitentiary that he will not be given a new trial,

to a bank at Matv struck the handsome new home or constitute the hoard of directors and Stettin Aug,. L ._ \-. Ii i :1 for burglary committed in but that even If he should get one >

the bteis were George I.. Almond and completely d,'. II control] exclusively all the stock of Lloyd steanier KaisVi ilt.| I.: : i II; wa1 Lexington. and be acquitted, he would: be Ivncbel

they secured this I stroyed it, It burned duilng a heavy the cnmpanv suceesflully laurchnit! i.-; VMi! :. I and the strain has told on his mind.

,(Utft- to ;I'rol'c'd. Avie raIn and before any as-i.-vtance rotilil I Theme are persons who claim that
; ship ,va-is! tt'(!ay it. the I II. .-" ore >i
the lulilior, but i I he 101.d.Tfii :Mrs Almond( was ill. I TO RESURVEY Cnipn.Villiam: I HE SOLICITED he is feigning insanity in an effort to

8 their H'-arcl. \\aaHERMAN'S I, and is -lIrYPrllli; greatly from the The Kaiser \\';Ihelm II will b<> the escape the gallons;

I shock The building was insured for It is stated that the who III
largest! and is ittrned] to be" the fast man a
$_.400 in th* Southern Mutual cfI I BOUNDARY LINEI set hhlp in the world Her dimensions I SUBSCRIPTIONS<. fund has been acting

; : I Athens areLtneth : strangely for some time and that re- .

I, I i 70? fru. hAam. 71"2 feet; ii-ntlv! having sent the jailer for a ;'

;' ial to The Daily News deptl ::'. ftPt ar.d
QUEER CATCH f PRODUCTIONOF I Her ':, -:pla: <'emer.t IP I L't! 3'u'; tons Sheis ,*t'ai! in his rrtuin and threw a knIfeat
: i Terre Hatfta, 1 nIl.. AUK 1.:--Arthur Cordova Ala. Aug 12.--This place! him almost
to '? of "r. I.AI, hm-r palter and -.fvi-rii. three fingers.;
|, Kidder of this city, who has !been I.J. will! h.\- a..on'riialatinfor 1.0110cahIll has recently been -timi/ed! b> e Wilcox has many friends who)2-

IRON ir.g special work for the /governmentland 1'..!'*''n'rALLEGED young; man who came here soliciting: I'' liege him giiiltlefs, and who visit him
v News i : office in certaining boundaiy subscriptions to all the 'leading wag frequently at the Jail ,
\ I IV: -Fish !>tll: i.-s ; lines will KO to Colorado this week azinee! and newspapers at the satire !

-' ? TRAIN price for which he himself them i-
in are generally : got
with a corps of engineers!: to ascerta'n!
> \.-'\f.. ao 11 A Special: to TU Daily N i. vz,; I| and mark the southern boundary line I as agent, claiming that he was throwing ONE STRIKE .

pla. e. lot a ,'all' Birmingham, Ala., Aug. i::,-The report i' of Colorado. The line is plain enough BOBBER TAKENSpecial away his commlFcion in order to
< 'a" civvrboard while: get up l.Oiifl subscribers to win a scho1j .
but : its miles ;
of the Southern Iron Committee on the maps, along 500 ABOUT SETTLED
f.c excursion on th- j arship: in an Atlanta bualn *!4 college
of the landmarks and
composing: the various railroads handling many are gone: .
'- .II epte.1 the Los n-ot I I A great many people took advantageof ;
who do
the irou, steel find eat ironpipe there are
fig to The News.
'.. Daily
;prized the charm '1 : the extremely low prices which h"I
whether Inhabitants of New
they are
*, ck fishing; farts )production, shows the productionin i Mexico or Colorado The first suri El Paso. Tex.. Aug '12:!.-=--Superintendent I quoted. and he left here with quite '. Special to The Dally News

i r the same ground the southern: territory for the year I M. B. Davis of the Wells.Fargo a sum taken in this way. He was 'I. Wilkfrharrt' Pa. Aug 1J,-President
i I1"1 was made yeat ago and tday' -
: hooked and: landed ending June 3<\ W2: to have been about theline. Express company in this city, has received arrested at HorR Creek to be take John Mitchell stated today ne
j there is a vagueness
an.1 cha'n! As Mr. of pig iron, steel billets and cast iron The Kidder party will start at a telegram! from the company j back to Jasper where he was wanted. had received official information from r

..r.d address was en- pipe of which lC2.3i: tons were cat the southwest corner of the state and detectives: at Zaragosa. M..x.. announcing I but escaped: from the o'3cers. Pittsburg that the strike of coal miners .

*"m. the lucky man iron pipe' and l.CM),!;>:56 tons weie pig work eastSOCIETY the capture of James Parrish, the | lie claims his came i. J. T. Allen along the West Pennsylvania! rail!

iniod it to him. Mrreijr Iron and steel billets The steel l third of the alleged! Mexican Central i and that he I is working for James T. way was about settled and that thmen <>

'w to believe ol- billet shipments amounted to 56,330 I train robbers The dispatch stated : Alien & Co, of Memphis, Tnn: There would be back to work in a ehort

1' a fish! tory. tons Of the big iron shipments. ; ARMYOF that some money was recovered when i! Is no such firm In Memphis so the: time. He said it Wail gratifying to

1.172,179 tons went west and 5'11S31tons : Parrish was captured, but the amountis postmaster there advise parties here him to know that all small strikes "
went east and of the pipe 120.MS:! PHILIPPINESSpecial not given.! The scene of the reported i were being settled. This would en- >
rT ( I
f'PTED' tons went west and 3S.47S tons east capture is In the mountains: able the miners' union to concentrate ;j

The export shipments for the year 100 miles away from the locality P08TOFFICE its strength In the anthracite and th* .

I weie not great, showing 3,946 tons cl where the robbery took place. A reward West Virginia strike regions. Mr.

ASSASSINATION pig iron and 3.001 tons of cast iron to The Daily News.Council of $CW) was posted by the We1'.s- !i Mitchell say be 13 confident that tt} '
I Bluffs. Iowa u12 .
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pipe. Fargo company for the arrest of Par BURGLARIZED yard coal miners are going! Tb wIn
(j to the annual reunion of the Society rish.
The decrease in the export shipments
of the Army of the Philippine
News. : is accounted for in the fact that: Self Protection ,
beian to arrive today although thelarger --
p. wrs' -irg. Aug": '12-Prince the domestic market is sufficient to.''I' crowds are not expected to MOONLIGHT BAY EXCURSION. i demands; that you be on the alert to .

set erase< of Kl.lukowas: take up all the Iron that can be manufactured befor tomorrow Onerals Hpeclal to The New3 see: that you get Painkiller (Perry r r.
here and the export trade come i Highland Falls. N, Y. Aug 12Tb ,- Davis') when you ak for it; some ;
t'Ps last night: while hegain Hale and Funston are expected to arrive '
now is almost exclusively of the manufactured 'I The steamer Enterprise will take pogtofflce here was entered by dealers will try and persuade you to
l ivecu of the Tlvoli articles alone tonight. The first disappointment excursionist* to the Life !Saving Hta- I burglar list night The large safe take something else, claimed to be '
1 < Ktarkoy I was the receipt today of a teie3I tion Wednesday nl htleavingPala- ,ia"t a good ; insist upon getting Pain -
s.8hetfield Steel and: Ironcompany WM blown with dynamite
>*t I'.ru.-iE the prince the The 8Io j gram from (General. Jacob H Smith, fox wharf at 7:30 and returning at I open killer the remedy which has been
.' announces that their No. 11 :*). Fare. 35 : to the value of $1.500 and $500 the world's
: :
':g a ljftt wound. Acr' -,I now at his mother's home in Ports. cent Refreshmentsserved ; family doctor for 6) '
"4 pound.C 0 furnace at North Birmingham will b*, I on the boat including fish Ilc currency, three diamond rings ani years ; it never fails to atop diarrhoea,
socoCf chlej mouth. 0, saying that: owlet to Illnesshe :
ready for the torch within the text chowder. Plenty of time for surf' a valuable bracelet and all the records griping pains; in the stomach or bow
the foot The cu!pr.t will be unable to attend the re- bathing. J. E. REED 'I'I els, dysentery! etc. bottles 25
i4 two weeks. 'I of the oQc were stolen. There U no Large ,
union. The first session occurs to- Manager.Try 1 clew to the robbers.i and GO cent, :
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RT AND DANCE AT MEAT & MALT has a marvelousdietetic I morrow. THE NEWS Want column ; it I The man who owns his own home
value. While refreshing and I will All kinds of Furni insures himself against lots of _

,\ Ri.T'FFTHL'IADAY pleasant to take it helps as imila- I The one great virtue of Buraetfi pay -you.- u_ __ ___ i i At tart s Sture at nearly cost, trouble and worry. Nobody can '
TRAIN* AT ". S:; ) AND.RAIX Vanilla Extract i? purity.. It is real Crab make room for raise his rent, and the rent day ha
nets and
RETURNS AT tion cf food. Bold byDANXHEI5SER vanilla extract and nothing but va- fishing i i new stock. no terrors for him. It's easy to owna
BROS. tackle to suit everybody at home now-a-days.; ThOi. C.
KF.T.25: CENTS, AT nilla' extract. (Always use BllrMU'a ''I
the Willis Hardware Co's. I }salaams. from the ortbeni Wood Watson & Co. can teiiyou bow

Try the NEWS Want Column. -- ...+y tvarany Ss.sa2r4 iaeuriaeasfurCouhs, easy: it is. Jail ana see them.
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1ot Ctrl' Apron.
.K."' Attractive aprons that are pretty at Endorses Lydia E. Pinkharn's SESSION OF SENATE .\

: }1AN OCEAN TRIP the same toe that they protect the Vesetable Compound After i I The liniment bottle and flannel strip are !

frocks, are essential to every girl's i Follow Its Record For ___ familiar objects in nearly every household. -- : =.'

s l To NEW YORK, BOSTON comfort and belong: In every complete Years. Rumred That Such Is Pres'iaent's I They are the weapons that have been used for .ci

i AMI ALL -- wardr.ilie. The viry pretty example !; i I generations to fight old Rheumatism and ate )
"DEAR >1R*. I'ISKILBfnea1th is
{ EASTERN RESORTS Illustrated fulfills all the requirements! the greatest boon bestowed im humani | Intention. I I about as effective in the battle with this giant .,_ /,

L and is suited to lawn checked muslin, i its and therefore anything! that can : I I disease as the blunderbuss of our forefathers 'w ,

restore lost health is a blessing. I |i NOVEMBER: THE MONTH SET. would be in modern warfare. _
fThe 0
fl Q\ I ',
Compouucl as a blessing to I II condition of the blood. It is filled with acrid
f { OCEAN 5TnAM5HIP COMPANY Rumors of More or Lea Definite Nature irritating matter If it ?'
State and oitlon. It her '
J I.< W R.\ > lIIl ,i'H: 'l cures mothers I in the joints muscles and nerves anti liniments and 1 and daughters and makes them Session
Extra '
Are Rife that i iI
JO Hour of Ocean Breezes well anti strong. I else applied externally can dislodge these gritty, tot rodin;: {I' n- .= 'l

Sailings each WeeK I May Be Called to Ratify Reciprocal were deposited there by the blood and can be reachttl only V. 7

'J Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieve temporarily t''

.'J,) from Savannah. Ga.: 1 Treaty with Cuba. I pains, but these are only symptoms which are liable to i,-t .: : '. j

'' : rt... tt n t! 'f .IMl-aUr l.iwm! Washington Aug. 12.-Advices received change of the weather ; the real disease lies deeper the !1.'.. "y
,., .' \I '
al. 4rPU'r 1'1"I
lrin. w. ... ... .. . infected. Rheumatism : ':
adr.I' ile .1'' ,' L r[ : .h' her indicate that President I are cannot be radically and p..ti -
v :Ia' i \ 1* adt: llllTL 1..1. 1 ",/ .... until the blood has been and reDll..lots -. -..4I
'tr) t **\iii .it. .r Roosevelt will call the senate in extraordinary .
'I 'I
I Ih. /"' 1"t. J and promptly as S. S. S. It neutralizes the acids and M .y
..n.. ara.v..o.a. aovtaa..c rtI f <': session early in Xoveinher. .
of rich
t i strongblood to the affcctui I ; 5

"1 I a Krfn Y.e.4lh4tI lie.c M.loP". I.....To..... iiAy 5 ....:.::;.3 t:"' ._ ;;J.<.. I Ever since it became, evident dissolves and washes out all foitignr.: : .I' .

r...1..11..410.M..MI.u. TuiH. .........1->.! Urn..Ili..ill' 1 1 I :Y. that nothing would be accomplished as sufferer obtains happy relief from tht : :.t
jiI ;: i
lx"")( c"")('f'';c' 'hrl lr'1r1 '1rr :> / \fi"f \ '. to reciprocity with Cuba at the rl'l :::: : S. S. S. contains no potash or otis Nr

J' cent session! of congress, rumors ) a perfect vegetable blood jr.: r :,
I ., exhilarating tonic. Our physicians will advise without ti
Gt; tH.U. FUK>CH SCHKDLI.K a more or less definite nature have
t.. .... i i write about theircase, and we will sendfree our special book o'. .
been in circulation that the president -i
I Following; is the schedule of the FsPRNCEcS.. I I and its treatment. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta 6y-;
Ii ... ..L will call an extra session, either j
government steamer General French '"/ .... 0. I I
I 'ifo." .v" of the entire to Cubanreciprocity
I IIi congress enact
for the ;
.4 which THE NEWS prints /,4... .lVc' _. /,! .;;;;:;;:-' .: -
beneflt of the merchants who ship \ I'-.' ". ,", '" ;'l- ;;; : I legislation or of the senate : Many persons in thi community Rubber hose, all :, >, dl I

their goods to the various army i ; ;; VIRlxrA. to ratify if possible a reciprocal i iI are suffering from kidney complaint
poets : Practiniii I'liy-u-uu and Lecturer. I treaty with Cuba. I who could avoid, fatal: results bv lBtile Hardwire ( ; ,

Lve frnsRcolii ... ... .... Tnfl a. nl.LrivrV i : I inir Foley's Kidney During! the past week it has been .'ynylialantlours-I ,
KBrr ncii... .... .... 7A 1\. m. iI Fur fifteenmfrs I have noted the lit r
LPITra hickrns .. _. *:INI*II\. '". I ron GIRL SIX TO FurKTEEX YEAKS. effii-t of your Vegetal: k1 Compound in stated that it was the purpose of President D'AIemberte. 121 S. Plhf..x. nd nukes a fp Cl'l1ynul 01 tv. .j
I -- --- -- -- -
IXIvt1 r.HrrniicA4 .. ":15 H. in.
Lralrcl'rucacota. _.lUIi a. m. dimity, madras! and all apron materials curing special: diseases of women. Roosevelt to call a special session You will have
and scissors pncn :
I, ft 4 .. H 11:10 a. m. and then I know of imtliitig; superior for of the senate in Pocket cutlery I 1r;
Arrl\ "rrniicm but in the original b of white early SeptemberIt tlo rer garden- if tl! .
rnakr a to Fort McKt-e and then return" 'I 1 I ovarian trouble barrenness, and it ey
::1 to f.urraiicits.Lrav trip dimity, with frills and bands of embroidery. has prevented hundreds! of diinjrTous can he stated by authority that h' from the finest to the I own ground. Your tr..n.!:

... KnrrancKi .. .... Ills m. home and I he .
p where claimed has:: no s.irh intention. Hit time ant cheapest at the Willis a cat. .1- i
l.raTm l'i.-krns .. 1'"5 p. m. i I operation physicians .
Lrrk Prl.-ftvHjU .. ... 4U\II lp. Iii.lravra Tile body portion is cut to form a i I I it was the only chamv ti) get w ell. that of many members of both politi- Hardware Co. though he may: t : ; r

I'lvkfn ... :;:15 p. m. square neck at both buck and front ,j i 1'kvratiors and 5nll.imrnition of the eat parties will hp occupied during; j l':very woman want- .
I :,:*' and makes audit .
arraurn- m. she will
Arrlv- p. own :
and from the shoulders !: womb hi been eared in two or three : .n. ;
{o trip to McU.-n arid ri-tuni. tapers gracefully f'f>pt.-lIIer and Octobei. It is iin |I
'l ()\\ediie-day-iandSaturdiys: the to the licit. The circular skirt is i j i witks through its UM- and as I find it 'IIH\\I.U\ Thus. Watson & to,
j tier:?!t."If I to be the belief of the pn-s! i iI j jj
boat will leave "Harranca: via l'ickrii" finished with a generous hem and Is ,!, purely an herbal remedy. I unhesitatini'lv j I dent that the session of the sonar1 I i 1 The undersigned t.ik'stiisin-! thud leading' Real E-.:.ttl >.

for )IVns.-icola at li11J: p. m. arranged in gathers at the back. Its ;rive it my highest; endorsement. I I I|' if aifprini her services as ai I can show her /I.firI'l"S ?",\ < .
held I
I'ratt'nnll'ur.-, DR. I' Vmtottt A, foi the purpose of ratifying a .
Tie{ (ji lI..ral French is for armypurpn'e iiea.ed midwife hav1he.
upp-T ...1;.;,' is joined to the bi'li. OUT 'i i
and out"idcr mu t Lansing.: Mifh.I i -$5000 forfeit If awe tcs- tfcipmrity treaty with Cuba would IIP :i ir.uirh f"xperiptJl't'.1 ----
only any lUghad; 35 .
I which! is iippIR-d the band of insert ::11:1 years
nave ;a j'as froiu the quartermaster tam*nratrsnitgenurre. more likely to he fruitful of r" (Jan give b..-t of references from I Buy a new gin .

O take) '.'-- ;:e o i :: that cnncoals: the 8"1111'hith; joins ,. If 11I1\1.(' ill do not hesitate rults if hell after the November ele !!I leading physicians of this city, IV ,
and skirt. i iI i, from the l JI Ill, .. ,
body p'nlol\s set :i liolflo of Ljdia 1;. Pink- \
j tionss than if held before. It i is a I MRS. :M. ( WDEX", i
I To cut this aprmi for a sirl: of tenrtrs'of '' Iiiuii's Yo PtaljUi C'ompountl at lit South DcVilher.- '
jltf :
Fir.d that Company
the question of tl"- r".1;
STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE I j age "l.4 yards of material :alt once, awl write to ilr:. 1'ink- I rl1'.I''
| tints of the Tnited States with
Inches \\'idwm lie rwifirvd, with -'j ham at Lynn, 31ass.! for specialadvico -

I yards of widiciiibroidcry.. 1'j yards: of ; it is entirely free. ",'lIl'ntl'r! largely into the aiproar-h'.' GR.NOFFETT'S Cares

IW-I".t'll 1.,11.,1., and Slilinn- Koat narrow and 3'i ytinls of in<>>rtkin to caninaien and! it is sotted that tij Ch'i'i.

KIIIIK lIai" h \cept Mu"1a1. I trim as ilIl1 trutl't.l.-May M.inum in i president feels the democrats will rj ", DUTTK.the Cw .
Barton Herald.lmrC. j less likely to offer! serious opnoMt'on'
i Ch .J e t
I II : to a rerlprnrity treaty after the sic pt Aids
Digest .
n K
r.r..k hall' ni a ,lu-ite chartrpu e ,
L.MM'MI. TIViiH.ola ,HIII l.v I1.'li.arolal.ipai: I > sill CiilllH.I'.lark I II i j I ton: than they would be before th-it Apl6 tTtRFIIIG.hQWG1RS( ) theBoyL. fir- ." ,
t't'll tilt .> "ic: uf i'uin% 'e-t IIf the tf
... aliir Milton :"i.4'LinHINTS silk lon;: cola: are not new; I the
I Chijb
time.A' .
tar. ..,e Itwituitup.aiI"'. : they hate been: fashionable for two i I \': :.: iMp-itt ti'xtili-s fur entire gowns. I treaty with' Cuba practically! ha.- ,T Costs Only ?25 cents at Druggists, TEETHIV, ,1sP-

10" three seasons but they are still very Th"> ".'ii/iiiatjjn! 01 lace bands and : rJ"t" Or mail 25 crnli to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS WO.ATI.1T .
I I i been prpplr"t It requires only I th' ;j .
smart. They are made in one or two I II I appliques with tine swiss embroideries \
FOR FARMERSTolincrii finishing! touches and the signature ] Wi- have handle Dr >lanett' TEETIHSA 'Tcfthins Pow lerf, r 41011 i !.--
i i Uift'erent designs the favorite one helm i I of different! tints and widths is very 1 and trade an a i'niprii-tary mi-di'Mni*. and nur tr.ia in it ha.4 >!.adiljr mi re4>c iI
i '! of Minister Qii"calla" and Pecretary of ,, now amoutitto t.""rthrre hundred gf1*'*tier ywr. hich ma vtrv tnmtf rihn..fl .
;: the style that has : fitted back, popular. I .
I i.-t'ivini! a. the -4 Ihe >untr>. for they -ay r.hunr w vln >ualt> n' t1 '
Iluot Far ln i't IVoln. l I\ fronts full skirts, one or two j State Hay to make it rf'Ir ovL'ivjDits w quickly the trvuUtra in*.Jt-i.t t. iirtnmitTHE

lliibtii N". 'il. Texas experiment I I shoulder eapes and big sleeves! in bishop j Amon? the new green gowns areI snntatinn to the senate. Xn d.'fin't.' I II j LIMN 4 KA.NKIN URL'li I'o IV
those made of
I pineapple: gauze,
station. 1 111""' t-1'eMs Attaekin;! Truck! i shape. Another! favorite style l.s | I date, it is understood has been fi\"<\
mine nun's wiHn Trench
('tees." i- a \aliable work. In this bulletin i on u modified raincoat oJ'l'r. with I IItiftl..1 ; poniree. ;. upon for the meojinsr! of the session in Ho you wHb tn imoney T

lokicc d..t. !both as an insecticide yoke, the material full lielow the i j| ehambray foulard. taffeta, grenadine and satin I November but that it will 'IP soon af ;II i BOYS and GIRLS !i J duunt

and fertili'/. receives j -.n. you cnn MUIme
I uuipualitiedjinii" yoke! straight frm-.ts, double brcasteil: I i ter the election is" reasonably n-rtnln our Blueine." 4U per rent, eoinnilsinn on all ."10":. An inrli-> ,
j .-. :l1\\. while fully agret'iiI;: with! and with a small turned down collar. !! Mercerized summer cheviots me I The lioiist'linlil u-r. KTIT lady di-lIKlllfd b-"i tbMM- it. line -.h. iHliie
president! It 's: ail: hones to .
the fabrics for naterYou "\'", used m the uatiVritt- toda h -fon- your t. I
most that is said, my experience is that !I unions popular general > .
This is a model! which- is very popuj;j : have the reciprocity oiiostion" r1f>ari1awav 'omeoae.l"* Hiulwi-ulll send brcuirn" mail one dozen parker Bt! .rs
I; i,. not a "( tin1 all. At it isfTacii..iIly !j I wear on the teach or in the mouiitains. -
present lar in !blue waterprmif silk. In blue: wheil you linvc fcold th..m.urn' u- -0.-., i.'tainmv ibi balance, Ur. .
!: lie found In orttrrlv! before the regular SPS -Ion I10hotdelay.butiiriteatone<
I a wastprmlilet of tobacco I ; They are to pure
pon.vee, or in the blaek taffeta. ThereI | !Ion of 'on/'f'. ,\llIIr."h, (iLh.VN )I.\\l'\ :\G nt. Prpt. (' IS. HOI (II I' ) 1'1
rII'Iooll.! -. itid the tioiniiial cost at i is still another-a very shapeless and i i i i white and a number of delicate colors. ---.

i vthi--i! it uiiibe obtained entitles it t\i !! ugly Kiirment, but rather smnrt-that i| One of the latest fancies in the way I
I.. ll'nMOn For Being.
u more extensive use as a fertilizer has a small round shoulder yoke, and of trimming is the use of very fine i. ? .
I j ?
\\ kind of a society yours
tiloii- lis 'iii'iii.ililii'il: n I
tinist be tal.1'ith a grain of I that the effect of a Mother Ilnbbard j I white, cream color and pale soft tints !! asked"A secret tier fattier.society" she replied."hut .r 1 the si nand

..nt. ;tv nth worm Sad buss of anue.litr I wrlppt'r seems to litthe principal one. i i to mltl'h etamine, ,voile albatross or : r/

-t. w .11 lh .. and thrive in it. While what is its objectV"
other woolen
It is too large and gowns.There
clumsy garment the delicious
I' I "Uf!. just to have: secrets from the ) secure most #ia '
an e\ti 1I..ln. "-' of it on rosebushi's" to look well is sudden for I
I excepting;; on a tall slender | a craze n ono ,
other girls: -Cuicago I'o&t. of beer in A
swit *. "itiash. encumber i : yet produced lent
IHV pumpkin ti;''ure, and is best made in black j gram decorations: In silver filterev.eliased !

tid miiskinelon vines hash'en I silk. ;:..I\. faceted .steel jet. jewel ,
pritll\iiir: results. I almost ruined \\': I .None to !parr
i lieidim. embroidt. and lace en appliiUe. 1 J He drinks bcstwhodriiiksPMI
said the suspicious
teriiirliinfnes with Its ltse'.tt least Iwan I The Wrist Itai I | on h<'lt.*, e"Har", hosiery linfrerie "P.os; pardon. t

,al'le to iixsi::n iri other cause for TLc silk handbag is certainly revived ind : and i looking fellow meeting; Subbubs in a .r.
I parasols
slippers even
under ; dark street "but what time have you/" J' !! All I' Beer i brewed front !P'. ,r- : I', d"t -
the failure.. I was nslni it unstintedly: the inline of the wrist shirt w.ii.-t hats. -New York I'ost. : jj_ > It spec-i > .
on all ...11..1'.ll'h.ti..s .if vines Im.II'.a,1 II.a::. It is really a dinner ornamentas i i I Just enoub to catch my train" replied malt malted in crt>brace: with the fast (? > '. ',. "

SulOj'i'js he hastened on.-Exchange. oil Our taps are he best that can '1' '
: as money
strett and
be \
twno that a like liS.'lIuM helpfulto as a our partieukitly !
th" \\watermelons... vines were is it to tic worn with full dress.:" : ''J PADST BROWING CO.

rarleti.s w'ht.'h were tins testM. and And this 10;s a very tine arrangement. Panama, Colombia, by Chamberlain's Iot.1 f

they w. 1.' treated the samo as the othrrn The iHH-ket has disappeared utterly 'i Colic, Cholera ard Diarrhoea I A World Wide Reputation.

<<, beins; lih.' .rntly ..11Itl'.1"ith tobactH I tram polite society ami for a woman Rc.a<>dy. f I ChambcrhiiuV Colic, Cholera and : ALSO-: : -

.. with the result that instead of I to search for tier jioeket would be an i Dr. Cha-. H. titer a prominent
I Diarrhea Remedy ha* a world wide
pushing; :th--ad they be::nn to go back- unheard of thing in these days of puck.t II, phy;, of Panama. Colombia, in :
.11 for its It
cures. never
ward Mini continued to do so until the gowns. reputation ETC.
'a recent lettertftte"Lat March FINEVINES I LIQUORS
: fail and i* plfoa-ant and safe t.) take.
duct wis removed and the vines were I S"i the wrist bag: conies at an opportune I ,
11 had a* a patient a young ladyix- ; For !sale by all drugritand; deal.:
ilreiu-heil. Tlii-i IlI.nllt. he oom-Ju teen of who liad i er*. I i
year ae i
I very
Lot it wein-d in- from the Use of it apjillinl handkerchief which cannot be held

'ircctly to theines.. I still useIt in the lap during dinner and any bad attack: of dy-entery. Everything S. A. FRIEDMAN.

on :all other \ines! and work it Into small necessity. I prescribed for her proved ineffectual The finest line of umbrella in the

the Hoi I liotli liefore and after planting Those who remove their does at and i -I t e wa-: growing; worse city i* at J. I. Htephens'' Go IUllk'I r o. BOX 11$. TEI.II'W; Irv

dinner them into the writ every hour. Her parents; were sure at them. ':
-J. I:. Morse In Kuril New Yorker. can slip
the would die. She had become ?o ,
hag. i
weak that -he" could not turn over inb
F..rlh".r. n.> *>..11 HCIKMitnri.I'.artliuoniis ..d. What to do at this critical If ; wish the best'
V !Of li.h IIHI.I you very '
are not soil formers > inuineut was a tudy for me, but I at the TRY TIE NtW SVENT t COLUMN'!
for Ihi.-.y ire: seldom met with in soils I A very stylish hat and one that is thought; of Chamberlain' Colic ice cream freezer very ,

that are destitute of organic matter. I very trying to the profile i i-; cream Cholera and Diarrhu-i Remedy andas lowest price, the Willis

colored! tiisean slr.l \Y. Tlic wide brim a last report cri1Jt'd The -
pre- it.
renovators I
They are simply and as a : Hardware Co. can please -
writer ":I.} .. ilie richer the soil and the Is drawn up in a cry decided manll'rTl'SS mo-t wonderful re-tilt wa etfec'ed.

inure it is manured the more numerous I Within eight hour she was feeling you. I WICKS&C0.Plumber
; ; : I much better ; inside of three day- .
r bey are. Their action! as soil! fer I she wa upon her fart nuJ at the end I i We will launder your spreads for ,

, tilizer" consists! III swallowing earth,
I leaves or onranie mutter of all kinds -ale by: all dUritan(1 medicine like uw. star Laundry. Gas and Steam fitter

t ritum till;'; it, converting it and then deah-r-. ,

.. rjectln it over the surface of the tieliL ----- ,
Water coolers that do not
s In thl tviIhey very soon effect a Hadn't !-nrri It, i

t. complete inversion of the soil down to "Money talks" asseverated Gliderleee. waste ice, at the Willis No. i South PalnfoT Street '
.. All Kinds and Uas MatormU Kept "
: oa Plumbing Viwu-ga
vtttin meadowland
a depth! esp4ially on Hardware ( 0.'s.W1EIiLY .
I: wlni-li K left undistnrlH-d to their I inn not so sure of that. rttortedTltrnt .":(,.:P'40N": "7'1,0\ -

('I'rall"l1 'iii.-. even make ;...I.l1tillll"r kiiKirton. "It i<. not on tieHklnt;
: > Cll"lU 1-
I; to the Miil t-i-i'iciiiK. I : up( fresh matter termwith me.:'-Detroit Free I'ress.

J: from tin' su'iooil Kvery time a worm FOR STEAM DIVISION .A. JM A.v'e1Y:

I is .!I'i\ I'll !h> dry! weather or any other 4- l.ikril the ol'iliey Iii.t."Itrd'at. (""::'Ii ",COI.A i.Li.CT1til'I1:1tM1t.A. .
? "
,I' caws to descend I deep it brings to the asked l Jlis. De I.eon "cnn

" surface and! empties the contents of yon cook on scientific prineIples'r"'Snrr. HAlLWAY COMPANY.Tralas 8f'I''E--oIlK AVERY 6 1'I, ni, ,

: Ito liody.! a few particlrs! of fresh earth. ma'lI1wh:1"' the matter leave fent-asoU for the 1.IU IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
With .. .. H Knyou. \* rrlngton. Navy Yin
( )kln' on a range? asked sensible &TOU Klg
, At the same time it fertilizes the subM I
and Fort barraaca-i at
,' >il by opening up 1'Ji.u.t'S wliidi en- Hrid-et.
6'g j a.m. arrive at Fort Karrancai 7:15..i HARDWARE.
t'ttur.I.a: the routs of plants to pen.- h :'J s in. arrive at Fort Karrancai lo:15 to

, 1 trate deper.! these passages eill.,: III r..t Inn. Karrancai l:: Sp n
Chluimie 8:10 p. m. arrive at tort Barrancas 6:J5p D
"Soy. wot'd de boss call y'
: proa fw':" :15p. m. arrive at Kort Barranca 7uOp Iron, NailAxe,. .whov, Saw :Mill and tf"1) r. ,
CJ *
I. : BUV p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancai B:4i f.c
; "T" call me dowu."-Baltimore NewsIt Tralni ute Fort Barrancai for Penis Supplies COokinarid Heatiuj; Staves., pain : -
root On 1II"hh.laud Darwin found
,. the back' with two broad: bands of cola at 1 Window Ola-s. Gun, I'istols and Fi-hui2 Tcki

(. these worm casts amount annually tflehtcen <, L.l,11tdrd.. The trimminc consistsof Needs! a Tonic. 7:15 a.m. arrive at IVnsacola ... !91)(I' a.1I i Agate and Tinware aim Hon: <; efiiniisliiiin (flood-
tons JI.a'n' and on pood lli) p m. arl'lVl.t I'pDacol..ll pn4oi
. arable land to about ten tons.-American a wreath of full blown red roses and There :are times when your liver I p. m. arrive at Fensacola. :6610...M I f""
I talkie the foliage trail l well up on needs: a tonic. Don't give purgatives 5iiu p m arrive at feasaccla 8"5 p n l f 'AGENF FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL C 1 : \1" '
IVrtili/.er. T:0up m. arrive at I'ensaooia....._. T .
i t -- I the .crown which is rather flat. A that gripe and weaken.: D*>\Vitt':; : 5p. m. arrive at 1'el1..ool.____ 9:800: 5p.U r ; Revere last stitched KeltiD;?, Northampt F .

i largo: butterfly how of rilllIIu'I.lwt Little Early Ri-er- expel all poison .\atl1rCla.ol1l, i Whfel Co., Iftin Rand Powder Co., Johu-ou ,
IVarhr nndVatrrnirli>n rests on the hair; in the back.for from the ?y-ein :and act as tonic to Peat FOB WCCK DAYS soinine, Iron King and hack Stoves and hang''tl

i There is at least one place in Oeortfa the liver W. Scott. Sal: Hizhhndive. Peniaoola to Yon Karraacai and return Mn |i CoupI o.'e Raw Hide Lace Leather Ma- .

1 where tt.ere will l le peaches in I .. Milton.\ Pa. !"I"I have I'euEaCOlatoSsvj Yard and return_ tttPeiiknool Made Railroad Color
a abundance and that (is at the farm of trternnnnv.Afternoon carried Dt'Witt'* Little Early Ri-er to Palmetto H*.clalCl reicrt Ik PNn4nemt1a.i
I frocks are elaborate sn,'! 4C9DAY ICUKOCIX. i Masonic Teiui e. 1
t J. \V. Hale.. He tuis'S> ncro. of which with me for several years and wouldnot
I :::" t: intricate detail, whereas, in direct be without them." When weather permits tbe running copen i
is h 1.olt..1"ith Small and
every tree fruit and be coaches.

t estimate his crop! at -'O.OOU crates He contrast to these you can have i-y to take. Purely veuenbK Leave Fentaoola Lv Fort Barraa- :I rvr__ -_ s, comPANY
w. B.
1 oleo has tWt'lIttiaer.'s in watermelons I the simplicity' of white muslin. very They never rite or di-tre-s. liar Ii .. m. 19k, m. WRIGHT>> :

sli;'tlj trimmed with embroideredtnSetiis ?'i PJurmacy, John .rhfppard, sid.i lla.m. 11 m, I
1 whcti are looklu:; Cite and beo.i ,
I K..tin. Ip.m. I p.m.Ip.m .
outliii'! with silver thread.Tu y '
s > lie rspt''-\'' to pet twenty car p, 1D. \ MAMUFACTCKER5 ANTJ Drs
4 6
I *-,e are not very expensi\e and can Ip.m p.m. I
from tin m if the season I is propitious. \
be liouzht in role l.nistli.: the Nxlire.of ; '
( -- 6 p. m. t p.m. LUMBER LATHS,
F hero made unlined MAGNOLIA HLUFFTHrRmvNIGHT. f r
course to Ip.m.
; up f p. m, ,
The HrJ? tr G..|f. }
i wear over a separatelip.. To youu:, TRAINS AT s fc:3Q AND Pitt POY SLDDIT J ; t
Keddi'an you alwajs tell a bepa- slht! figures these be- 9 LAST TRAIN t'eaiacola. co Jrt Karraneai Pity" = : : I&,
r..r on tle'poll': link-! *? ; are eminently RETURNS AT lard and retcrp:____ It.I i.s.LJlJ I .L SAfEDCIPBESSSEINGLES5PENfACOLA/ -
I {()mln:?. 11:50. TICKETS: CENTAT I P n..coJ.0! Palmetto Ve.e& 11111 ..
a Gnratc'-R'tll 1!. as a rule yon can't f'yny.R'aam Stopi the Tkkling 1 rttnrn________ IASo '' f\!

till him wudt.-\\\11 i.'fs ,;th'"nJ:1. IZC OVaTkiT i-lioU 'xi& 4JL .L i r'"grout DEPOT. rr.I1S fll.pd stterl18 p. !p. I j : '

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Nasal -- ..wo Chicago Policemen Slain-My.- I, Save Children

tA R R ercm>u A d coi\vrlcU in Siam. law has been rroiaulg.iti .- ABC tery Surrounds the Affair. the

Chicago. At" 12.-otficet'S Timothy
jnraw'lij'nl ) edt Iii: -I lifts lie crly zoological! gardenin All stomach and bowel trouble in child or adult arts
Devine and Charles T. Pennell
S vitzirUiiU.La due to
a single causeludigrstiou.Flux t
5 V.v"
.rffr: i;.l!.h: K is (! cs an JnUuMo patrolman of the Chicago police department colic, cholera morbus diarrhoea, dysentery! and f

t) la IViglcui.! BEERSGuaranteed were killed early today lit complaints of like nature,are the result of undigested i

&\ a revolver battle with what is sup foods fermenting in the stomach. The only way to-
,c; f>*\ At.tWt-l11 1-s al out to spend $1.-t [..fM'1f) l-O/'d to have been a pac of tua.4S., prevent feverand to cure such troubles without injuryto .
on the lUI.*ruction t-f nets udli. Pure. Much the membranes lining the stomach is to restow
mystery surrounds the shouting -
I' 1 In'.o the nostri.s.: aj.revls S-veral caI> dri\crs Late been lined perfect digestion. I
None So Good.Sold for both men died before an adequate -
oj -. It i* art drymdues fIl"'s.In account of the shooting could ) K000LWhatyouEat i

Everywhere. be obtained-Device in the ambulance
: -re SLR.511 e.011 at l1rJ':' I I1'r f

...-. 10 cents by DiaiU noridinal Russia people gain a j I on the way to the hospital and G Kodol: Is: the new discovery which cures all !stomach I,

a ..>..> \\rren bt'etl.New York remunerative Ipt'dlt's. living) by fishing for : -- -- .-- I Pennell on the operating table while1 and bowel troubles removing the cause. Thli! famous .

I man made $:'uei every day beginningwith : I surgeons were probing for the bullets. remedy checks fermentation, cleanses, purifies and I
I (). J. r.odle.r of HiI'lIID'nlll:1)'s claim sweetens thestomach. Kodol digests all classes of food and
gives to the body
TV WAS AMBUSHED.I the year 1 and continuing! to the The fight occurred just before dawn I
to the: title of clutuiiioii ccrcuiteker of all of the nourishment health and strength it contains.
I daj. none of hisearnli.L's near Jackson boulevard and Ashland
present consuming Cure
Kansas. Indigestion Dyspepsia and all Stomach TroubUs. .
-ding Murder of School i he would just about hale as I avenue in the aristocratic section of "Kodol Dyspepsia Core Is Jut the thing for dyspepsia and stomach troublei. H bU

Teaciers! In Cebu. The sunolnto. a board. bridges;: and much as Mr. UocUcfilLr has 10Ja '. I the nest side. The shots abused helped me morethlln ythlncpUe In a long sUndinrf case (.f catarrh vt the ntumKd"Uscar -
h.tnl.Cbl'rry"lIlIt S. Y.
l L_ -An investigation strings is the represeutatite im.tI.u.ult'nt I The London Chronicle! says that the I the entire neighborhood. Citizens, Prepared only y."y E. C Dewitt & Co.. Chtcaco. !Sold by all dealO'n. !i

:talulary! to clear of word "!'pr"t'UUil' from a Spanish who heard the dying policemen groan. Ole MIRureCtugDcure 7** t"\"Ir ltr!Ia.nartlrld n'm..y for-; oTuth. tulle. croup; .
and hail 1 have ruined the bwnclutls srlyi/ :. ttru.t and lung Uoyblt U _
word and that it via Mexico rushed
'J i killing! of a Ce'oa : we gut; I to their assistance and saw l

..t four school teach. ,I ers in mary of the agricultural: ilis- I us we did 'Valix't; ;" but the Centuryliiet'onary men running away. Officer Pennotl John Hheppard.Hargis'i Pharmacy Hidney Kami. i

.t I:i..' party was am I i truss; in F'rat.ce.Itctlse says it comes from the I meanwhile staggered a 1(>0 feet to a I
I of II. tiKacrwment:: with his Herman and originally meant .
person patrol box and sent In alrm for
r.: /in Cebu. Two teach. I an as
; eoi';.:reKt'.on, lnniarl's;'s chief rabbi who wandered.Cats Well Known Musician Dead. I jNPW | I
.! killed sistance. At once the police set a ;
u. at the first '
i has ret-ixtutl his d: u ho ran, was shot drag net for all suspicious charactersand
; f'I
Hulionh' Pratt, a once widely known musician, ;
plajnuhas appeared among : thickens, but it I somewhat rare to i soon bad six men in custody. Before
: a tourth who was
j the kw :trous in the zoological; pir- find a dog displaying similar teuden- I: dead of apoplexy. He was ilm1er- j I
5 Ppr.r.el! died he able to
:t in the chest while i was gasp ,
; Jens at Sydney. N. S. W. <:il s. 1'ritz. an intelligent; terrier in a ,going trdeatment for Hright's diseaseat 1'
out a few words about "robbers giving
>! mercy. It is suirth : 1 "If }flU:1II't raise 10 cents, raise I suburb family. was observed to descriptions of two men. a hospital here. He was horn .I .! i' f fas

: man was buried: whiskers" i.. a MVH in a barber shop adoit: a half grown brood of chickens I at Hartford. Conn., in 1S41. and at

M 'I) was slight and ill u (vrtai Indiana town. that bail Uvn I.-ft to scratch for themselves BLOCKADE ABANDONED various times he was associated a-

'I 1 !.an' caused il -athf .\ portion of tho cone of Mount Vesuvius I' l-y the mother Leu. i I accompanist and orchestra leader with ( t l'f' a i iQ
<> the bodies and hls fallen in, and pic-cautions I There arc said to thousands tifpeople Revolutionists Fail In Their Efforts at'' such artists!: as Emma Abbott Mm-. l' r,1 .

;'. '::. It is believed !, urn bring taken airain inhibit1 land I who tike cumtosable: Ihlirzsin I. Cape Haitien Anna Bishop Robert Heller) Alice ay

'it nee is secured to slides.PnsidoKt. I London by buyiuir or manufacturing Washington, Aug. l:.-The navy II:?- Dunning Lingard and Clara IxjuiseKellopR. r ff t ry i ir

participants in the articles which rare lat r I'll..I Ueil:: withpawnbrokers ff
I.ouU't ;granted pardons to I I partment today received two cablegrams f
who advance more than
or reduced the benteuccs of ::fit French I from Commander McCrea. of ,
t h!:. se teachers wrre criminals in honor of his rwvnt usitI : the :goods are worth. It is hard to believe the gunboat Machias. dated Cape Hal. Dates of U. S. Court Changed.Montgomery .

I ittt-r the teachers I u pawnbroker so green I.ut Pear '
Ala., lJIHI'I'
to Itupia.It I then Aug. 12.: in which he reports that Aug.
-:uce Jun It). The son \Vetkly touches for the f:1I't.
of the United States
Jones district
is estimated that more than a milj i the attempted blockade of the port by
nier\ of the band of About twenty Iit-kt"w.ts. some of
has issued
court an changing ;
j lion pineapples are usctl every year in I the revolutionists Is ineffecti\e. In
.. ;ured eight others !j I them with London: experience, ha\e the date of the fall term of
court at i
| this country by confectioners and caAdy the first dispatch he said: A New
..d.tOne' manazed:: to make their way to Jo- '
man es- :
makers. "Have decided\ blockade spasmodic, Montgomery from the first!: Monday in ,
!ham.tslmrg. the lAiudun! I'.tilyMail. I a
I Automobile stare:: lines have ternS.. I'I says II therefore ineffective. Have notified November to the first Monday in ]
I "Loa lIn ,,'rieuce" has about
exi Gas
i I tabli.shed. or are to lie established, in it an air of superciliousness that will consul Will protect innocent, neutral cember. and at Birmingham from )1"\\ Range ;
Holds! Privy Council. I i first Monday in September: to
many t tat OH, according to
j commerrp.
tle cracksmen
jar on the sensibilities: of
I 11\.-King Edward I first Monday November. The term for your kitchen will link
in the Motor Age. second which
I on this bide of the big wetness In the dispatch came
n< d today at lucking. at Huntsville remains unchanged forFOLEY'S I IOtotohl'r laugh at the huh of coal.
The famous Angel hotel Islington: i The United States department of agj later he said: you price

n lu<<< h the newly a,> ,, London, Is sting:, demolished and will I j riculture now has well equipped htboratones : "Coislder the blockade abandoned; -.- After you have II-e.ltt a short time

a were sworn in. Lat- be replaced by an up to date structure { for the in\cbtigation; of theI Amerran schooner reporting blockader you will wonder why you sweated '
''. dL investiture of the I KIDNEY CURE.
j with granite front I dista.srs of plants Iu Washington; city. absent." over a hot coal range duriug the
Will cure Hright's; Di*ea*e.
Canadian boards of trade and 1
manufacturers Florida and Cal.fornia.: TIIl'I'I' are Will cure Diabete heated term, or wa< worried over
are H'utingrl' to !' aUo tifty; experiment stations where ACure for Cholera Infantum.
Will cure tone in Bladder. starting a tire on a winter's morning

the iKiminiuti government requestinga ; : plant diseases are !>studhd and in perhaps "Last May," says; Mrs. Curtis; Will cur Kidney and Bladder I when a touch of a match makes .1

6 fJf revision of the tariff. half that number of colleges; practical Baket of Hookwalter, Ohio, "an infant Disease*.-W. A. D'Alemberte, PJlB. !
I bright blaze, confined to cooking
1r7 'YiI The steady Increase in the price of f courses (.n plant life are ghen.i child of our neighbor's was Buffering 1 Palafox.If your

\. every IXM: cf the gfnocltromo'QuinineTauets-naineu the necessities of life has become avery i In a two days wedding feast which from cholera infantum. The utiu-el- and not heating up your

,! ( bt-rious matter to the i>oorer citi-' I j has just concluded at ("oncarneau.I'inUtcre I doctor had given up all hopes of recovery. you want a nice present to give I whole body.

,.. run-s a cold lu one dajr. zeus of Sydney. N. S.V.. Trance, 2l*) quests: consumed lain's'Colic. I took a bottle of Chamber-DiarrheaRemedy I. to a friend, go and look through; the 1 1elegant THY COOKING: PV (IAS.Pmcola .
Cholera and
A '-form recently lure down the between, them 1 I'X.I cahes.r line of suitable articles ati i

FOley's Kidney Cure !!, breakwater at I'ivita -cchia. the sea- I r pullets (','; pounds of s-nwagts.; t: yI I that I felt to sure the it lioue.would telling do good them if ,1 something J. I. Stephens to, please you surely can If find 'I! Gas Co.

of l: 'iuc, for a length of OH feet I of I" cols In you. you I 1
r\ia baccv- and tlaikr tight tort pounds chifse. large; conger used according todirt-ctions. tw i want anything in the Diamond line i i ,

and completely! blocked the entrance j :"M pounds of bread! and alit pounds of I davs' time the child had fully recovered be sure to see him before you buy. 25 ..d27 Garden St., P nt"ccla, fit.i .

/ It ,'ol Jied- to the harlmr. j butter the whole being; washed down I and i i- now nearly a year I I I i .

( '1'1'11 for the (;Jreat liritain's house! of commons; I with i barrels! of cider and 1 of wine.I i since recommended) a vigorous healthy)this remedy I- I )I i CHOICESTOF 1

11'tr. toiiS' Is turning more than CUT into a club I Germany has the largest sailing \es-. and have never known it to, :t ron can get your house

house. It has already restaurants and,, j s.'llu the world, the l'reu-scn. of f>.IMN I fail hi any single intarce.." ForI furnished ileteIt Marj -
bars, and tin attempt is being made launched Ceestcmunde.
tons just at
I all and "
now to introduce billiard tables. !II She Is owned by the firm that owns I kale druggi-t 'j ston $ (hiinu's on cusy jniyments -
Ialr::a orders for coal and rails for the former largest: sailing vessel the I' \ weekly or monthly. ANDq

-:;-;'?: the lianish !state railnaysxhich haw, 'I Potosl, of G.( lHJ odd tons, and will I..E! Found Valuable Package. I I I

hitherto hone to Uumany will this i used In the trade with the Pacific I ClI'ao.lIg.. 11.-Lance Harwood, -

b.l1\ \ FUR i1 sear probably IIP fn\c-ii to I:1I?Ibh i I coast of America. The I'reussen i is i an 8-year-old boy from Dig Rapids, j PROFESSIONAL CARDS.

: tirius rays tL.! London tally! Mail. I 4:57: feet long and 53 feet wide. Sh! ; Mi-'h.: has returned to Swift & Co., a .. --.. --.. -----......... C. APOSTLE'S,

.1 THE PEOPLE 11 11I Abraham L'isU-r, recently admitted, draws ?l feet and has a spread of sail I I patka v containing $:;9.911U of ncgoi W. C. ROWE, M. D.
1 14 East Government St.
into the I'.udaiK-st \torhhouse (aim.. IlIf 4iUUU square; fwt. I i liable .securities which had been los t; ,

1 h\erHorJ 1I..t't011 a Cent, 'ar.rh..1a l 1 : at tt. stock yards by a [ Office: I.-. S. I'alafnx.
house), has fur fifty-four }cars ( messenger boy I'i Formerly Cordova RestaurantHtandOae
anJ h:er\ Hord is K'eudK !I bullet in hK head which he receivllwhile I Henry.. Shatttick: of Shell*burg" i ernp'o 'ed by the firm. Young liar, : H oars from > to K: < 'a.tu aDd Ita Sip. m car-load of 11.78

ftenhoJy.: : tilitiiit in the Austrian relwllion.I'ecau'e .. Iowa was cured of a stomach troublEI wood found the package; while sight'I: and after 7 o'clock to f2.0I.Il'er dozen.; Pineapple at

a.....--: -: : ;;,;.;:.. ...:...... --- --:."." .\ Manchester (Kn:::land) cotta I i, with which lie had been atllicted foi r.. j I I seeing at th.. stock yards. He re>, I Phono 00.

,telNI.1 'JOJ.IooI ), oix-rati\es hate lU-civa-ftl '.'<> per cenl t i years' by four boxes of Chamberlain i celled a reward of $::::;. I
Stomach and Liver Tablet.:
,' n.__ in number within the List few jearswlille ;; :
1 He had previously tried many othei i I LAW DEPARTMENT
t" i iuiu.-iiold furnlnid -. inquired Late trebled i ililuuler ir 1 rI
M 1 all kind of Lien :: remedies and a number of physician; i Vatican Appointments Pending.

'11- .a.y 1'lrlcl..1 per.t: Manchester. !b no loiiireiLuown r without relief. Fur sale by all drugi Uoaie: Aug. 11.-At the request ol t I (IF-

>. upl>' to A. A. Fibber! ; as C'ottonopolis.Su'iie i j'i-ts and medicine dealerKurmtTii -. : Goiti.! prefect of the pro['I!.', I
.I. I II
--- : w.e Las calruhitiHl that if I pand. a list has teen furnished oli John BP Stetson University i

:. improved real r.. Mioulil 1'laii "'(lrk. i the Host important affairs pending

mil amounts at low Mistakes in farming are often costly Do :LInnet, Flo1'ldn.'OHBtS. .
Lf-lle K. Krnoks. ) at the Vatican The list includes the
We should learn to avoid them bjplanning
-. nlufoi M., FiilirrSnilm 1 comicatinn of archbishops ofew' .IOHX I' I'll l>., l.rt..I.I.BEHT .J. }"'.\Ule \II| |,U 1I..IIf'an
YOUR APPETITE work caretully. I made a mistakt '
j York and and the
in not ktt-ping' all the stock inj'' Tall Term ('oniineiu" 't'llllt''lla> Oclohcr I II"'::.
j ':Uf'ntIf a coadjutator to the arch.
tt-Ioyou need money Invariably telltict- condition of them would supix'rt. instead of sellin;. TWO YR I'DI'itSF-Tbe Law Iiepartinnit of John 1:. ..t"t.ou t'ntaer.lty.llvev
ow amount you Want bishoib of San::: Francisco and St. ..
any p i .
at o->far'courlending to the iltnrtof I.I. ItbFliltF.F
and The of the soi
term a'id Io..e.t ratO'sIblt'.lIn yourtonne1'!. If "oIU J<> not eat hay gram. fertility ; >
I.ouis. : A/I\tI: iti-fit t: Ivimrtnmnt John H.
.inproM-d city real heartily and "I1J"Y It. your'omach was not kept up, but was steadily depletetL ----, Htel-"n I'nivf admit to the Jar
.i.ber,5tH! i tiouthgala-: i< nut d rdcr. Try a few d.>-t'' of I had ttei ntueh under the plowmore 1 H'KTHKK: I\FoRb1A'1'tllN--Fortbt-LawAnnouneement oft\ >!-:\. and
In-:tIn [ Quitk Relief for Asthma Sufferers. sired infuriiiiition regardingtii.-Law prpartmrntaddrrt.ALl1ERI' *
Hitterand I
Hotttter'Stomach notice -
: than could be properly fettflizeat I
J. FAItKAH. D of Law
tl.e Your FoleHoney and Tar atfords lira. an : Uepartuteut.De .
: BOKKOW MO.NKYure improvement. appetite .. "t..lIiIJ;:. The same land waplowed >, ; i I.rind.
your will return.ur fond will be too many years in successioibtfore medial relif-f to asthma stiflerers in I \ Fla.
"!t.. buy or sell real esof properly dire-ted: and your health the wo."t stage; and if taken in time!
11Ill'a.l..r raiaiin
any'd..eripUon. have in (general will hI' l> -tter. It cure resecdiiiK. will elect a cure. W. A. D'Alem-

-- lOur T'l-H.taxes L'. .at.on attended A B : 'HIM.. IXOiMMA.: Ih\: I'At'II E. 'I corn and potatoes for marhet thej; berte Ll S. Palafox. i Tulane University of Louisiana.
\ should! ha been fed on the farm. OK I'
: nurancfl agent 1'ensamods iMiH.tS'lluN.: : AND: N-: i
To shouli" t 1 No'CV 01'lonnH.
rule everyone STI PAl IONHOSTETTER'S. pastures I'ractil'allrlln out. C13L19TOI3I111. .
in u. We will lend moneyI .
I a bouiie. Hd-tf have been plowtnl, fertilized and re 9aan rte lea Kurd YJ Hata "sJd B:I id
-- -'-- seedeil.) 1 did not ;give near enough cul I ,. '

i or ll,-tit. thation to t'rep" during periods 01! Sdsatnreat: /1 EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LL.D., President.full .
STOMACH BITTERS. drought; In dry penoils cultivatioishould 1 Course IInlu?*Mclt-nCes, Knglncfrin I.amM: ..dtcln.. Pharmacy Art. ii
'" for -.U"-II ten-room be most thorough.; Plenty 01:r i I Mfvt-n scparatf'. sixtct-n KuildiooKxicnsUc Litirnrlra. l.atwrittorleiaad
i >ia.e and DeVilheri. WorkshopSplendid fijartruent for women In the N ,
small fruit should be raised fur tom ".e"mb tollrgr .
I rood con- Manton
iou" in ;: fy Quina havee
-- ----- '
',t by .HI f.t d."p| Apallu use and inarktt Growing clover ant Tulane malt*") I ladVrin all vocations In facilities far Instruction are UDtUrl"IlU..s
n ice Dressers and l In the !South.! EUhty-in: -truetorsanti5SbtudnutllatNrnon. M IIDY kcbolarkblu
DR. KINC'STRY under to build the soil hay I very
-- plowing up ;i In theafadfinlcdcpartmrnt. open to LouUinna "oy Ktpcn: i<< of ieboUr blp ttqJeat
I It x.11.L;. been found essential on my farm foi r Wash Stands very cheap. ; im for ... lOn. Huard and toting; indornutorUs at low rain. pxrtunitit BtTurdiHlI
i I academic studentfor sclf-brlp. In the Academic folli{>.., no Icy If properir
.-. -- -- NEW DISCOVERYFOR Its best elfare. I kept scrub stock to i' for work.111 t'f turned from prepared .
\ Just te thing to go with, college away ina'jility to pay tuition. N"it t''i'iun be-
most desirable IoU In lung. The time is past when there Iprotit : gins uctober 1st. Send for Catalogue.

.".cy)4'_y terms Koutb, by the PaUfoxl Klshr THAT COLD. In anything but carefully selected Iron Ihds. Address, H. K.IiRCFF.Iteeretary.WE .

alm TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. animals.-E. S. Barr in Farm and -

.' \\ .uilcMl-Mtile. Cures ConsumptionCoughs, 1/11111.The be-t phyic-Chamberlain's 4: >- WILL-@ -

Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, I !Htomach and Liver Tablets. Easy to

week'.to learn. r"f0lred barber.; tool: steadyitlon.etc. trade peartf.trc PneumoniaHayFeverPleu-Hoarseness by take.all druggists Pleasant; and in etlect.medicine For dealer sale- CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODSat

-1 diplomat t:rant- risy, ;;.

.1 tiee.l.>. i ollegeeW. Catalogue Orleans mailed, Sore Throat, Croup and
Whooping Cou h. and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of

..ins Men from Kscambia ''CASTORIA'For *Fall Goods:
'ICH to prepare for post NO CURE. NO PAY.
.nurati'ervlce. Apply to Price 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.CHICHESTER . fedar }{apilt.. la.MiylmdAw" Infants and Children.
2s doz > en'i Liundried Shirt, 15 pair Ladle"' Spring Heel Shoe! = Get ..
55 -- ------ -- your boy r ady fur cliool,
-- .1,
'S ENGLISHENNYROYAL The Kind You Have Always Boughs regular fl, s> close; at 75c.i7 regular $1 good,, to clo*quick at Kiel I We carry a full line of Boy'Huit, .j.

tt .\"TI. U. doz Min'a; Colored Laundried pair. I > Hoys' Huiu' regular price, #1.00,

r PILLS Bears theCtP1Ature 55 shirts, regular Tic, to clo e at i>. Ss pair Ladies' Low Cut Slipper to clore at Tic: suit.

\ t 'n,1 solicitor. will pay /"s. Original. .l.. ..'! OO'Y fcf........lnrtKi of G cG2SIDNEY I 1 \\' t''ular I ( I
r. ( Z1.2J
.. >:i to rillat onf AdAll >KI.CHU'lUsTKI.'s v.u.n.: I.41 ENGLISH u .rrrl 57 doz ){m'? Colored LaundriedStirt : regular goods, to cl-je at |Lu5jIfuland I U.i I i.tclose. oust
I\ fur at 11.15 .
"mct'. matt .- 1.014 me'e 11- M. .. r* ?, regular 5k good, to close pair. I Ib
in II i
Ut at I .
120 All
I .. Boy1 Wuol Suit
., .er" T.L R.", .. -- -- *, regular
I\ kindi o( empty beer ll..(rro>. "b.lll.Uon. u4 Imlulloa .. .. -- 3c ; these gods should go in 21 ( pair Men's Low Cut Hhoe, rev- I price *21)1) to $j.iw, to clone at II.W

.I Lt. A FBIKD9IA9. Do itfpoll.a'ItY. t.1 r "....1.... b n.; .*'.rear..1..1.i'rwcut l ... Tf PT..vat'..4.lVr .t. hour. ular #1.50 good*, to doe at $1.20! and t-uu cult.

A P. ,Sol"ura M.ll.Rirr l err'',11'I.aaka'''' t... iMinr ".i.U.tyro.... ..H, DISEASES I 20 doz Men 3 French Neck Balbriz- pair. I \Ve carry the largest line of Boys',
-- ( hl.-k.l.'r t'h.I l .irfc, 1' Undersh its at 20c Pants carried
!gas regular 20cgoods. by house
-- ....-,.c .no "'!."1_. PHIL14 We carry the largest line of Boys'! auy In the
MK BROWS LKliHOKNS 1 Shoes of any house in Pensacola. city.
y :tock and Kgs for i>Alt. thi mat fatal W all dt..a 30 doz Men's French Neck Balbr Bring your boys to u*, we can fit All of hose' and' ,
11 IU Willis HardwareCo's.II.VI lust/ CURE YOURSELF art [ gan Undershirt: at 30c, regular lie, them in any size. dropstitchedour :!.,c. to close at

Ceratxeforann.tarai tAMS.FOLEY'I. 1 sold by others at ;JC. 2>)c. pair.
It G Ot r We have just received a fall line
_. craze dachnrgrslndtmmauons 100 doz MlHeV full eamleM hose
Inlrsd.ra rntiona All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts. \\ will ,
olc :
ti \R\H. KElKVKManutaetnrerin Gee.wd, ,, ,, jrnutioni of mo com or membnoM.fuulttt. clo* at 75 cen:_. close at 50c for choice.: .Some to close at 6jc doz. or 4 pair for t.ic.:
in Hair (Uoodt H at* ToileturUtetc. M ntL nod not sdtrtaa. MBof ::I ij your 75; doz Men's Htamles half ho!!.'
.1 .,8W: W. government THLlNZCNm Preeau fo.llQy[4CAO gent or potronoul.NChama. 7S Pair Ladi: =' prtnz Heel Low of them are worth E1.50.We regular lOc goods, to close at 5c pair.

sold Ily Draggtrta, Cui Slippers, 2'l" to 7, regular fli carry a full line of Hkirts.! We have lust received a full line
ttt'rM I.'or 1.\111..10.. er tent in plain *r ppfr, i goads!!, to close; at 70c; pair. Look at our window di-pl1y ,of Ladle' Kid
........... - -"" ............... -- o.&L br eiprwi. prepaid. lot dun&4. CcaUlniremtdlM (Moves in all hade I
11.00 or 1 bottle. *L7J.Circil monij
F .ty: 'OK 'U EIULtI fornlllledI >rPARKER'S'reef oa rNUdt 1

'I In Moreno boaqaen, C9INesi or tpeelal OreijorySKdlm dfitgaitt rtcofnlW ty tmII member, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we will have Room. '

I neat phyildtM the bat fao4 .1I

I t' r 'l..O\VBU". HAIR BALSAM IWnq Studs troublu.W. I F. E. BRKi/tfNER'S
ClMDM Wd brwit.r... tit saltI
- -
1 WKKS and Floral teilgnt- ;;;:i Ptom.- S Iniorarl Bwtort,oat GrA1H&1I' uIhlt\
liner Palle to ;
1->1 jni ordered for custom rei. to eta Youthful Color. D'ALEMBERTE. 1.o 1O5; SOUTH PALAFOX 8TREET.
t; tot Moreno K3 Welt liregoly.I (}? M-P and d tin/at_ .II Dro haj"W fa-r|. I I W. A. I


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-, THE COUNTY I The Non-Irritating Stron2e CSt t in 1 lhll WJ:,;;!

; S I Cathartic
: r -
I The ;:: I annual !Of.'

Entered at the Post Office at Pensacola, COMMISSIONERS Easy to take, easy to operateHood's Enttulg 1"I '',-iii,, ".' 1 jlt
yr 11$.. iecond-cl matt"r.J Very Low RatesTO

OFFICE :-Pltl't Building, 2m south Pills I!
I THE[ [
l'a1aJoJ: street up-at lrs. ': MET LAST NIGHT TRANSACTING .. -- !I EQUITABLE l [

property of D. W. Wilson at Po>wt'l-
ton was allowed.A Mountains Lakes and Seashore
Terms: Invariably in Advance. I bond as timber inspector from

O.* Year by Mail ... .........15 tau i W. II. Murphy was received and VIA AssetsRa . I.

Months -. .. .. .. '
Roberts failed to attend .
Commissioner -
On Week,by Carrier, Payable Monday IU signed. +rve and "tities '
I' the meeting of the county board J. B. Stewart: and others wanted a Louisville & Nashville R. R. . .

TELEPHONE NO. 118. ''last night, but the other membersand road opened in district 3. The re Surplus trout a' -

Chairman Welsh came togetherin quest was granted. Saturday, August ::6, 1902, dend are paid

:>' urvlQN !_AEEr monthly sesslo>;). Peter Licdenstruth was awardeda Paid to l' lic) II", : '

. . .
I Minutes: of previous regular anI a contract to attend to the town ROUND TRIP TO 1901

I i special meetings were read and, clock for one year at $Go. Chicago $ J5.00 Cincinnati $14.00 New Insurance u ,.
Total Insurance
I I i I'
PSHSAOOLA, AUGUST 13.1902 without alteration, were adopted.At A report from the poor farm showed Dec. 31, hallNutwlthtaudu

this point )Ir. Johnson arose that there were 40 inmates, the I Louisville,$ 12.00 St. Louis, $12.00 .: .

BRYAN wants to play Julius Ceasar cut strength of t;: .
and stated that he wished to publicly expenses for month being $1i..

but the eastern democrats want I $18 ROUND TRIP TO FOLLOWING VIRGINIA POINTS greater security *
l express his thanks to the peopleof Kids for removing a cell from the : : holder thereby ,
him to play Rip Van Winkle. .
the county for the endorsement of county jail to Century; were received. I I Norfolk, Old Point Comfort, Ocean View, Roanoke. are ter than LOW given and Ul byIiNOW14ES tt, -

PKESIHEXT ROOSEVELT has select the old board during the recent primary '
Out was from the Peiisacola Foun- Hot Springs, Virginia Beach.
ed Parry of Indiana to help him !
an action which was certainly) i i dry and Boiler Works for $?5, and ;
the blows within and without
his parry party in 1ttl! appreciated and which showed that; I, the other from James Husoes for !j ji i Asheville, N. c., $14.00 Deer Park, Md., $20.00 IJIlnv.irrtrral .
.. -- -- for another term are the people willing ;i ?li". The first was accepted, and it'', Niagara Falls, $20.00 Chautauqua Lake $20.00 ( ly
THE Tampa keep thin,s1I'ly i
papers I.
that the honest and fair conductof I was decided to move the cell to )1 ROUND TRIP ,
I *i9 s. J'alolf..x '
i for the Tampa people by running c'I.'I.'I.I i
; a little South American revolution the county's business, a; was the! David, as' that point was found to ,, --
Tickets gr-'"l returning tent. .\U :I"1 .;1. ttt#, ::uiu--vc.
of their own. I record of the board: in the past, i-i ; io the more advantageous. SANTA ROSA SURFBATHINCESTABl
, ; Thrombi; Sifcj't-r'-.C' .' !-e-. Chair Oir-cd Dinini Cars. Kier\-:
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again be continued by the same i j Other unimportant matters were thing the hf-t.
SOMEONE ought to get Judge; ii"?
board. The action of the people, ,! taken up, disposed of and the _
REeve to is-ue an injunction against R. W. SUBL' ETTt Ticket Agent Pensacola.

the weather man to restrain him for said Mr. Johnson, is nothing if not 1 adjourned 11 o'clock. ItD Fl-:. I'1' \11',1. I \\

for giving u; more of such bea-tly I, indicative of the trust imposed in h_ ___ ..iU.YIl.tYr-f".ZI. ruiuiiw Siiiul..y v, t.i _
weather. MiaktInfo Your !ShortAllen's i.-.111 arrant'1' :'
the board. pit :nrr rfr.-sin."'
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THE Santiago volcano in Xicaratrudou i I i Mes-rs.' Welsh: Shelby and Brew- 'I Foot-Ease: a powder It titn- during tl.. \\
I' cures painful, smarting, nervous feet termSe- in it i.-
;;ht to have more respect forHenator ton also spoke in the same manner 0
] nails rn\- '
I gaud I ingrowing; and instantly j jj
Morgan than to have -inlt each of tIJecl reiterating the words j jJ takes the sting out of corns and bunI PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOLI

ted vapors, accompanied by groan-1 J I and sentiments expressed by )Ir.i j jj I ion.. I''s the greatest: comfcrt di.I .- RECOVERED ) ', '
ing sounds. for the last twenty days." j I I See Pryor'I .
._ COHQ' of the age. Allen'r Foot- (
j Joh .. ;
-- l1..on.The j Annual Se' i .
| o !s<-|>- .
Writ! his ;great "sympathy for the finance committee's ,I Ease makes tight or new shoe* feel'i iI I. 'f'IHllf"r I:;. lllo-J: and CiniHuiif :
poor working mm tugging at one easy. It i is a certain cure for -weatMng J 1':' It!/(13.
I was made. The with a few ; Everybody I apiece i
report ,
and h .
side nf his heart, and his sympathyfor It tired achinsrI i of hi- .
i art1ftirllt
the the additions, passed upon by the! board, I feet. Try it 'o-il capitalists pulling; at for u. 1 ,
|druggists: and .hue -stores. Don't WATCHTODAYTIMEPIECE The aim of this -rh'iol j j.< to provide
other side enator Hanna must suffer took its usual course. accept any substitute. By mail for I thorough HUiH SCHOOL ch met t<> get it ii i

much discomfort. Among the bills which broughti L'.JC.: in ,;tamps. Trial packageFREK. COLLEGE PREPARATORY in- Thos. C. Watson i Chaveowe

-- --- Address, Allen :S.Olmsted, LeRoy. "tructi.HI. The -school of e-p>-cial partlrnl
IT'S hard to tell from the press reports :i out a great deal! discussion were N.Y. :; interest to three classei : in ntfef jujt 11 iw
: STOLEN FROM NICK i 1. Those who having t you to come arid .
which made the best crack two from Acting Coroner Levy for j ji -- iiiplett-1
I I the grades of the publicCHM.| wi-h You will nev.-r r.-
,i hot record, President Roosevelt or I|i inquests alleged to have Lt nen con EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT |i SMITH WAS FOUND IN PAWNSHOP ;; to pursue their studies further with- rO.

Miss Rives, of :Hearts Courageous I I bills :out leaving home.
ducted. These
were finally or
fame. The president smashed the STATE OF FLORIDA'Tallaha THIS MORNING. i I! 2. Those who wi-h with the aid
Boer general's tecord to smitherin s ,, dered paid, less coroner's fees. i :; of the careful individu il attention NOTICE TO CAS CONS.1flrrJuly M?

I I Bills fur services of two harbor I -- II j that can be given In smaller cI.l-.*-.. .
and )IiIU'es) smashed everything J Jin '
land ::1|
a longer .sfs.jon. to advance
ee. Fla., July 15; *trr2.
the shooting illery. !!! police and boat hire were read. The I Another fine watch which had more rapidly thin i is I'o--IM. for roomnf the !'..1!. 1lt
Regular uniform teachers' .
exam- I them in public school-. I it Noj"> IOIJ ;i lIi -
"};xtI.ASnflow at the South'Is I II opinion disfavoring the continuance j itiations will! bf conducted h each I I II been stolen by the negro Toll.ert and 3. Those who are fitting themselves mientrei r

I headlineuppoed to strike terror I of these two apparently needless employes I; deemed county of the state :rept.lNPd.! Unless I! his'a* recovered today by I for cullee.Iii t
unnecessary by :
| county
to the soul > or pockKl ook of ,o had prevailed at nearly every board., The following text-\nuk'l I Captain Frank Snider*. It i is on Ptlon!, addition in to the u-u'il iii-tnu-, Ijtl
English, Mathematics.
,' our cotton growers, for it announces i i1 j i meeting, and it was finally determined .I tions will bo for made these examinations the basis i of the ques- I the most valuable watches yet Geography. Litin.f-te..ui.trm--Hitory. 77//.v weather ingntsv
that .cultivate cotton :
tiou h offered. wi'I,-
.' to get legal; advice on !same ( Publishers and prices are I recovered. ? tuition. grow. } 'ou
""--1 ivt-ly In the We-t Indies. This i I I but the books given in (Greek French, German and i

*lx eu" frighten us, though, for we I County Attorney. Reese's opinion, I j almost any book may dealer be obtained from i,i iOrthographyReed's Tolbert wa put through a system ish. The school i is conducted at th- keen cutting Lawn

does' uol... .; forward, tll .lu iusatilbleJrel" supplemented with one from Hon. I Word 'of J Jj "sweating" yesterday afternoonand corner of West Gadsden: and :Spring and Irttss... Shenrx /
J.e'-I' i
drutaad.I.I.1111 for,:'c'. ,tton from Ur Filipino i j jJohnKjgau,I both thought the ...xi ':j Co.son, New(2d; celtla'Dard.Yolk. ) much valuable iufoination was: be streets arranged, in a to building adapt p-pt-cully which i-' to t" {ir7.vFRANK{ lIardlt'll/'J 1 i

nel.hborni1; .01111 as we have taught.M ; i;i pen-e illegal.; )Ir. Reese said that if 1 1I j ji I Reading-Any standard reader I obtained from him He told the the The needs of th- =/1"1.|
tit; uf cotton gal; I I WIll aU Wfor. > number of pupils in attendance SECARI'S BAlH '
than the vam.. I' the police were to be maintained, |\I \ul1lpoitloll--\\luton": :! ; Near !o.gentlemen; present at theecrtt i is limited. Hence th it,- de-II-

ltlent=. I\ 'Santa Rosa county should be nude':''School' : (32 cent- American Book'Co. 'i'I'session where they could! find a ticket I lug admittance should (cotnmtiiiicit 11..1'| W t'Tiy.
a; early a; -Ible with ttie princi
'i .. .Atlanta (f ,
leaders i. ,
the .
cru- fur ,1.1"!
i to bear half th expense. I by which could be redeemed
A I.TIIIIl'cJ1 t I t\ I .\rithmetic-Iiln" Standard I a | pal.For
East-packers ate Inlcttt I ftttin,-r inf"flJllti"h. termmid e hnpxrUn" ttl I
# : l'lIu"t the tt 1 Mr. Eagan's opinion was' a lengthy cent- I, American Hook, Co. I I fine watch he" had left at Li=chkotf' j catalogue, Hd'lrs teinlllll. Nejt.It .
\ nit rhr. tarot IIU
favor nit the remove but conclusive one. He considered :I j jtliH i English Grammar-Metcalf's 1J'1! pawn[ -hop several months }I.l.'L.Iv AKM.-IKON.., ,ltd "lion.e Iii
ut.t'tllIIlle ju t cent-', American! Book Co. ago. I' 'IP-. I
beef it I.. hard to I Principal! "rPEKI
( Ii to the I ttu-t. monthly item of U-illllut a legal 1 United State" Hi-tory Field's I Captain Sanders took the matterin IVAI. H.WHAI.K: J K.. c'"r tVvnll'134 II I
what: benrlitthragull\ : irammar;
i :School tt ,
1 With the tar.lltheyand tl/ttv'c1eapy', i I'' one, and the only statute lie could Hook Co.Florid > Alnericall'i' hand this morning and went to :1'' .\--ItII.I.BAY .
tvtthout th
sell d,.maud. e find bearing upon the project war i hi i-tory-Oreen';; ($!Ilo; ., I I house on Intendencia: street "e-I ig 134 134 13'1. ii
".tllle. It't ', Williams. Wilkiu.. & to., Btlmiore EXCURSION THURSDAY.
brit tilt'wll I du th* r[ No. U10 Revi-ed Statutes but which! ; .
who raithe |I ''or Fairbuik's *1'J5., H.
farmer, of the tout that th e he did not think intended or meant I Drew, J ack.nll vIII.., r'la. ,I'was found and when presented at 134 '15 i
cattle for.laughter: rut l let i 'I Geography-Redwav's Natural'' :\Ir.;. Allen will b.. III charge of u. : (
packer. wlio arc bratty Ue| th e i !I that harbor police -hotild be per- Advanced 1.2j.mericall; B'Ik '' shop, the proprietor produced a fine excursion to the life -,tvintttiit.. A"rl1l1s( rei I V.:

I Ilrv i: maneutly maintaiutd. The only txpetise 1 Co. gold watch. 134 ; 4
taritl on beef cattle. on the -teamer Euterpri e. I !,'tr- .V;;, ;
I !i I P h y s i o 1 o grteele's E}' iellic l t'
'1'1 made the i I I the county would have in the i'?' ", American Book: Co. The officer took the watch and i in day. The boat will Ie the thrwhirf .
:I I
I'EasA: i>l.A having beeV
'I' I District i attain is to prosecute offenders of the Civil {Government n w i s e n d's comparing it with private memoranda at 5 click p. in., returning at f.III. 134 134 134 131D : i j
of the > ...
headquarters av. Shorter
Ullra. \ !: 'our-e .72 Cf"IIt5rm i ricl: 11 This is an excellent for _
of the dulf. with hear Ai ,j statute. :i ij Book C.'. I I Ii proved it to be the property opportunity. - -
re is now the mothers and children to .-
i .
C.11'ise in command, thgcula j The federal statutes, Mr. Eagan !I i \lebra-White'! :Schtol ($1',1 1 of )Ir. Nick Smith: proprietor of the c3pi- i y u want :l Ina.- '
I navy I, American Book Co. the heat and dust of the city rind enjoy for I little money' I'

no duubt that the Pens; one of the.said I;i I furnishing protection to all ,, Physic Grntriphr-Foustvn's; (:}[lice Puling and at present out of the -urf bathing for -i few hour-. Stephen., th* je'" i !I. '

yard willoon be triad.llull+ in the '! navigable waters, also covered thot 'delplua.|':' New tfl.&j. Eldridge; i Br<., PhIL ''I the: city. .ttREMOVAL 'oniinoil'itf' you.All .
most lU1port.wt n.tval I'I j
taibability bay of Pensacola :and it was the:': 'fheuryaudl'racticoot'/achiug- At the time the watch was stolen.

i country the great, with rt.iating a strougpp dock-ii ow In. 'I 1- I'.i du'ty of customs utllcer to take out I I I l'I: can White's Hook.\rt Co.I oC. Teaching ($1.1 Amt;'ri- |I :Mr. Smith reported the fact to the SALE kinds of r >/ > '

Ie tUlle a ,o "
; rocking dun runt Vff
vans lIuhllr. bon" ht oU went being |,i, any needed process :against oiTend-i I I Yours truly. \\'. X, Ml K.US, I I police, with a minute description of OF FINE JEWELRY
from the .xpuui-li overt I lanai-t war er.s. After citing a number of law I I .StateSuperintendent Pubic Insuuct i he watch. He placed a value of } Juina'tt. J'rn, Nloiv.
I S-li-lw
located here -o tnat .
theand repaired i ivessel i Ms.: Eairau thought the charge was ----- 0'j tl:!:-jon: it, and it is worth every cent 1 will move my tock .if j' wlr( >

may. be ral-ed.yard. '|1 illegal, unju-t and unnecessary. ALL WERE SAVE i io"For )f what he'alue" it. etc., .ometimj between ''-.w in.Sipt. -
4t the Peijfucolu iw i iI I i I, to the store now occupied \I.\

_\lr. Chas. John-ou i "That: seems to be law enough," years -ullered! >d Ich untold i When the pawn ticket was pre I Bass tjo.. and meanwhil will _'1\.. SLOT SEAMS ;
'I A\tlH JUXK misery from Bronchitis'writes J. special birgiinas to clu-a out
ublicsafetv and the: said )Ir. Johusou, and after talking I I I H. Johnston of lirotigiton *entee today it was found the watchlad much of .1-
Ga. ;tock
of the board of r. my present ap"-
I ? .hcers are to be heartl7vycOU'MCtUl over the matter a few moments it I Io [I thai often I was unablto work! } been "soaked" *3, and nothing Bible to save: moving expen-fe. { it|, PING-PONG EFFECTS

.lidUplla their spleen i' I riieu when everythingH-e failed I quick and get big b : .
I I.- work III rquulug dlwu 0 o was decided to pay the bills to date ,,: w :wholly' cured by Dr {in.- New else ever said about it by any of J. I. MKI'HKN- i .

did ut'tt'ctl\- and to thereafter refuse to honor!'i Di-covery :My wife the n-groe; concerned until yesterday I -
'ug tlu-gan,r uf burglars ; "utIlrpd intensely fr"m A-thm'i, till l"l.-I Ill' t'a'rt.
and cai'tur them the chairman the''i afternoon. OYSTERS AT NIC{ APOSTLE'SFine .
Urruoytewaticallyan i to so notify it cured her. :and all out experience\ I I ppt.1 .L i t' ti l; i .
who I I hav-
.ally working here for pilot comnns-luuers today. \; medicine goe- to show It i- tile" best Croup i! Mr. \\'. A. Gahlenbeck, who has 1 ...ept' 111)) ..! '. ,
in the world.
A trial! will
l1hll'piste..a! ", and for reco\eriUj! so much! Fifteen permits to sell liquors i n'convince you it's utrivaled for several times repaired and regulated 1' vy-t"r- 1'rt"i.. received It VII i

.he .toleu property. iVnacoliausa.iy Throat and L'ing di-p: -es. Gtiaran Nn A fn-U.K. !have dr -.-", .ki- .-
II, the city precincts were acted on i the: watch, recognized; it at once this
now sleep in safety, for the I I teed bottles iu.and $1 <11.> Trial bottles !: ---- -- and lt."k'nrr .-
1t'IiI>ou taught the'crookwill long favorably. free at \\'. A. D'Alanberte'-. morning as )Ir. :Smith's property.
tlt'rt'U1t>mbt'rt'd. Those rogue un- :Application soldier; pensions M
.' caughtwill very likely seek other: from Eugene Delnur and John Powell -
BAY EXCURSIONS Whence came that sprightly C. \'. Thompson, No. 11 .
fields, for. now that the special ottcers I- ;|I were allowed. -tep. r>nuirPalafox I- Ill Ia

know all the plans of the gang,1'J'I The I faultless: skin, rich, rosy complexion, street, has ju-t opened i III"r. ,
the guilty parties: could be ea-ily 1 located. reported the collection NEXT SUNDAY i ij smiling face" She looks goods, feel new supply of Linen and Bond n. I, .
of ti1 polls for the month of ood.
: here secret. She use Paper white, blue and ;gray will, ," \\
July. ]Dr. King's; New Life Pill. Resultall Oxford ,
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Envelopes to match, -lutI) t I.

'\ Men Will lk ItojH.Iu ;0 The tax collector! a-ked permission The steamer Enterprise: will '! organs active, digestion ;good, no oho Foreign Mail Tablet with Envelopes -
: j run I headaches: : no chance for "
blue .
the excitement of ; to match. Ink PecclN.
a lively exercise to have prepared a new book iu i
two excursions Sundry to the Life Try them yourself. Only 2Gc.; CRAND EXCURS: N,
like boat-raciug or ball-playing, } at W. Penholder, H1anklJ'lIk. Fil*. Etc
which to enter names of tax J
payerj j :Savins station.
i Navy Yard anJut.: A. D'Alemberte's.
they will -train their uwsclesandC go etc., always on hand.
# and amounts of taxes. Mr. She)b\" !
j around the bell
borne limping! and sore. Then they i bnoone. lesvinz Phone: .

t- are glad they have Perry Davis':, objected to the rtque-t, wishing a j at 9 a. m. and returning at 1 p, m. I I ISH SUPPER Knur Nil lu O.liJ

F Painkiller on haud to soothe thequirtring restriction placed "on this book [
and the other
leavinp at :! ::iO aid
I rej BY THE Dysentery is prevalent
SEASHORE : everywherein
: nerves ; to penetrate the "
1-\1 business.; The matter I
buying wa
I j turning at 7 p. m. Those who at on summer and is due t-> minutir:
)to muscle* with warmth and healing I, I poisons, and begins
. referred to Commissioner Johnson the abruptly wit: .
;:j power. It has relieved the pain of ; morning trip nay top a; the infiammation the mucous' lining T j hr yJ
with full to act in the Mrs. R. H. Turner will give a flh "" ,, r '
two generations of Americans, i power matter j Life :Siviug-tationuil the afternoon I ;i of the large bowel.! In America (1!> (
A communication from B. E. Me-1 1 "upper at the Turner CampFridjyjnight i I disease is common, but properlvtreated : : Lt. "I
Largo bottles 25 and 60 cent if .
trip thy desire. ,
so Refreshnnts : .11 I
, for the benefit dues
. I of the ] not result .
I '
-:' -- I I/u of the state arcuRuralofilc e, I will be sold, on boari, at city prices. A Society of the Presbyterian I in the tropic, Perry Davi Painkiller H"u, 'I u .
t known
wanting some information regardingthe church. remedy and
Round X3 : Fish and crabs
trip. cent* i will bei
, MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAYNIOHT. a2d ;I,i I the most efficacious j-, the treatment: 'f '
. preparation of an article on EScarnbia's : served, in all styles. Train will !i of dysentery. M. 1ick Utf"" i f
TRAIN AT N S:30 AND Foley' Kidney Cure is a medicine leave Union depot at 7:30 tuft "u 1I1It' ".n '
LAST TRAIN RETURNS resources was referred to free from poisons and will p. m. and I Purrt a. tirk' .
9. AT ,
a cutoy return at 10. A delightful I
clerk. ca=e of kianey ilis" that evening I The finest line of sterling ilrerzoods F. furter '
11ft TICKETS: 25 CENTS AT the ae is cot i is promirfd all who attend. Fare and silver novelties -

DEPOT. I It Tee damage of silt to a piece oil| A.beyond;D'Alemberte the reac;121 of:S medicineV.Palafox ;t.( ( children f::or the round 10 cents.trip, adults, 20 JIatf cents;



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r. C. O'NEAL. President: No. oooa. F. C. HORTON. Cashier ; I fUH-
., j. ,Vi.e.Pruident: ; M. E.. CLARK As.t Cashier. fu SOCIETY EVENTS 1 j Summer Special 1 g (2 'j0 5m filUm '

AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF i*' "Mr Corset" 1 /rt'Atft'[ \ Torctoii LIre i

'I 1 V J/mf f/&L\d \
AND PERSONALS Plpflpi'pir fu sT Irtprtirfft

PENSACOLA, FLA. i uitdlltg Price ru IT I m nl i ILJLllllJi ,.

Designated Depository of the United States. a ss 5'252S2.J !i is 19c Pair B 4t. yari MtliaJ,

I Born, Tuesday, August 12, to Capt. I \S E5ZS2S2S HE S ESBSSSSSSS i vI

Condensed Statement at the close of business .. .
Aug. 6, 1902. i and Mrs. C. B. Parkhill, a fine son. I i ----- - - -

RESOURCE I \V. J. Kildutt of Mobile, secretary | I

.. :;.' -iv Ibl . ..... ... . .... .. X346..j7I.W Capital Stock .. ..LIABILITIES... .. .. .. .. .. ... ...... ... '2(.1U.OC\OOO\ I of the Gulf Coast Lumbermen's A,- i' MONDAY GIiEARlflG SAM.

.; .. i L--tus. .. .. ... .. ,..... ... .. .... 17.31420 Surplus Fund.. .. ..... .... .... ..... .. ... 10,000.00 sociation, is here today on business |
, ,c-rt't.! .. .. ... '''';' ''' '' '' ,,,,, ,, ,, 1023.64 Net Profits...... .... ..... .. .. .... .. .. 10000.68 I, visit .' ,I
-- L..::d' and Premium... .... ...... KJ.250.0U Circulation ..... .. .. .. ...... .... .. .. .. .. 75,00000nunt ,1 I I I '
.' ... *-, etc... ...... ... .. ...... :!,62i). O Deposits .. .... ..... ...... ...... ...... ...... 35-1.2H.061! )lr. and Mrs. Oscar H. Cravens of
.... ...... .. .. We Pressed for Room tl
. .. re and Fixtures, ...... 6.71MS .1 Bloomington, Ind., are guests of I are itf tt
j K ...tir.p-. . ..... .. .... .. .. .. .... .. 499.12! Hotel Escambia. editor
.' ..1 Kxeh'tu: ; ... .. ..... .. .. ...... 193,492.41! :: I Cravens;
l. of the Daily World and the

-J649.294.74! 649294.74 I Weekly Courier of that town. Theyare c t Fall Stocks are Arriving !

here for the benefit of Miss Cra- I
vens' health and she will remain
here till October. Mr. Cravens will
return home in about two weeks.

B. H. FAIRCHILD, I,I I know where he got it." Tolbert :( Meanwhile he i is enjoying fishing, ltd in order to gain room the Prices Here tjuoted if Half. and In many

TOLBERT'SEVIDENCE i then recognized Greenblatt's watchas I boating and surf-bathing and is delighted j instances, Less than Half the Former Pnee. It'- your ;>.imitiit) letter .

CrIZOZI: >3TERZIt I the one he had gotten from with Pensacola. I take advantage.. your lat chance thi* "ea-on

38 EAST ROMANA STREET. DAMAGING Spann and the latter had gotten

:: tit. mJ Refinishing Furniture aSpecialf I from Graves. Voxel's:-: watch he recognized -;'THE, WEATHER : COLORED BATISTE AND LAWNS. 3,000 YARDS NAINSOOK CHECKS

,. 'I I as the he had
gotten i Former price S',1',12'! : and lie.1 I Large: :\1..<111111' and MH ill (.1,..,...*

Phone -ana. from Spann. : Monday the yard 5c. :Monday the ,raid.! ,,
I I !! TODAYLocal I.
II I I One of the lawyers asked Tolbert' I I

I j I if he had been offered any induce- One cae "B.ui.te DTrevior" and' Our tnl1r.ttlt'k l.f I? ;. I I.aill 21k
R. |I AGAINST OTHER PRISONERS NOW i ment to give such te-timony. The 1 Korecn'-t-Kair toniirat and Thurs- '' 'Organdie Supreme," III Heatitiful -.ltlll >tri|>* .tint (',.t** bar I.. ". IU

i .Manufacturing Jeweler ,, I day; rre%h southeast to south WlIlIl..J Floral and Stripe design*. Monday: sheer anal tn" .
i negro;; refused to an-wer: this. The |I
ON TRIAL IN CITY COURT- I i 110 yards for STic. choice at I'Mvard
i.ra-Iuate Optician, j I' lawyer in-i-ted, but the mayorwould !j Temperature in Last 24 Hours: _

M rt-nMiruU t11 CRAVES ALSO TESTIFIES.The not allow Tolbert to answer. I Maximum .. ..m '"t.\trp..s
{ i Minimum... .............. .. ...... .. ndrgrrrs
- |, :SolUraveswas the next witne-". I I t< EXTRA SPECIAL : ,s-

-v- I He was used again-t \Vhorley and ; Temperature Elsewhere : ,I
:\1 ax. Mia.i s
ci-e- of the alleged negro I Ho in. Graves said. 5.000 Yards New Embrodienes. Beautiful
? ; i Atlanta .... .. "m... .... .. ''' 7. Qualities and
{ burglars: accomplice: accessories "Hogan and \\' .orlfoY were on i Kicuiarck .m..... **iI :-t
JEWS flOTEr my I CbU'ftW, ... ... ........ ...... T" '.' i the Best have Offered this
to the fact were called in the bond when I was: fixing to to Mobile Cincinnati ... ........._ .........7* > Designs. we Season.
go (jtttvc;;ton ..-.... ...... ... .._..._. M *,
city court this, morning! and testimony Friday after Tolbert.Vheu I Huron .. .. ......_..__ 71 M a1to lOc
,_........ I Jacksonville. ............ .... ._W MKan yard. ... .
-"-- I from a number of witne=se= they found out I was going, Whor .:iscity .... ...............*U mi
the wizard oft Key W.t' .. .... ...... .. M 71 I ---- -
_- < at. taken conclusion will Memphis .. .. .. ....
but a scarcelybe ley hunted me and said that sinceI -t i*
.-utiiry, will open the up 1 Mobile !"i 12Montgomery ALL PURE LINEN HUCK TOWELS. 45 PIECES TAFFETA RIBBON
reached today. had told where Tolbert had lefk a 41 74Xtw I
-"k :at iirl.-Hns '- /'; :
4i,> doz., Hemmed. Colored ,ISorder. a. and it (1nalllie-,
The to Sew York "I .t; > /o liouday
\ a// same precautions preserve stolen watch I had no more to do ,
Savannah .... .i 7'he. I hi i,; value at iMc) Monday 12each._ : i at i I.V yard
: |: ,tl Opera C.). will order as obtained yesterdiy were with it. You might go ahead and Louis > '.i I week beginning ob-erveil today.: Marshal Cred Ilk get Tolbert, but it will raise hell

ipeuiiig bill will beytnoou. stationed Officer Miller at the foot NEW ARRIVALS.
.j ." with our own business, was what MARITIME. : ,-:

of the turs: anti allowed none but Whorley aid to me. I told them I

.is;- n-iacola ItI-h bark to Belle-Lou- vitally iutere-ted parties to I po up in was ;going for the mayor, but they i! EXHORTS New Val Lace, and inserting; ". New\ 1"I'kdb.k'

;.Ilt intt Bprmu- the court room. objected and I was afraid if 1 went i For Augim to date ... .... s 7C,-:, lames, etc. ; New Val. Velvet Kibbou in ,tll l'.I..r.1I"t WiJ:1N- w" ;

1"-,. Now thei' When all the defendants had been they would put me in j jail." I auan en.ttrsSI.adyMildrei.e2 I liabv. Ribbons in all width. fi

!tin- been char- called up the lawyers asked for a "The next morning I saw Hogau.He ; \Vitl-. barlftonto i ......_.. .h____._._... .. .
,. of the BelleI I'.n'"collll.umb..r CoCLKAKLD. I
r." severance of the ca-es. Thiware; gave me a note to give to Edna i
i i fu
w. :11-ktiown Con- Ilr s> Cnpenor l.jl. Kudham. by Fr Jul1uKcbr.y..r W. J. & B. FORBES.
this and
wa4only a preliminary read
1, I tt the! home and know not what it contained.The for .\nt wl'rp.'Ith I7V1"eaftsaaatimber
i.n1.a.isft' i lumberalue (!'.u5
not final trial he "did not wish to "
a : note was delivered .
% J.I iodin, I Bras August K.'linont, i'X,7. Roger by
Hull Transit (:nfor'itriipicuwttbtots..
yterdayl.'ed btay: here a week for them. The note was: held by the mayor coal, value UI.5ll1f

: about I W. C. McCard, attorney for Tol- evidence.. It was signed by Whor If You Buy Tiiem it the B >MOH "'I.' "-I .i !1">.. tr 1.1.I
t k .111'! at I \ jfR4riK
: when ked for his clhut'iplea. I
( bert a I ley, but the latter denied the signature It -hip uuilia !>!, Ktttone, to Ho'-ft-cu'
E:. ? I 'j f
I, entered me of guilty. This It was stated the note warned' Bro.nTtE .
TO HaktRR4.Itrguiattuns01Ui.
.' Mirpri-ed all in the room, even the Edna Allen against ;giving; out certain : .. urine Hospital .iervice I Satisfaction and Service
"I" W 1:1' t 1 require the inipectum of lesjel from
i9..rtudiI otner attorneys and defendant, all information foreign ports via domestic ports north ofsouthern
i :ll9.-; "
V.urjI.inJ. but1.1 such ports at
i ( iie _' { of whom thought the negro would 1 Miip Island wherw fall pr.ttiiiuu is given: ll\\l M\l /l
I\-I Fur O\er M\IJ Years. > for a southern port, Inspection inot prerequisite I
\ 1 Infantry put up a fjame fight for liberty. The Mr.VINIOUS HnOTllloa'RI'I' Saebreu | to entrtucf.

\. -..a-':: '. .best. It oocialj!; goII .i plea was accepted by the court and used fur over sixty year while by mtlllonsolhrotbersfortbrirchildrrn teething' 1! Marine Out e.9'hr 4 Boston Shoe Store Shoes *

Hospital Hervicthas issut-it
Tolbt-rt sat down by his attorney.
nut the weather with pcrtrct success. It hoothrs the child the f"IION111c: I
I' Tolbert's all wind I ''L'oastinnessels which are known and iMH-i I.U. Upon plea, Attorneys softens the gums.allays paincures winch are in regular Trade with F'lorldafruntdomrstie I
colic, and Is the best remedy foi luarrhoen
of the Tinted
ports Mates.
Joliii It.I Landrum: Alston and Purcell again It will relieve the poor little suiTerer immtdratefy. i mlonl..r without detention or inspection The eye i" .;:tti-tl..d with tin--tyle: in I tim-1!. : t'n, f.. (- -. I' i-t$ 'WIll. lhn

Maura as!dV.. i I asked a severance but the mayor; re- of the world.. Multi'1'.lIly.IIC"lIh by llruggist.Inevery a bottle carl 1 xiththeuader-tardingthat any character whatsoever sh.kll If sicknr-s develop of perfect fit and absolute comfort the |mr.e i- iti-H! ..l ,1' i i

., ive been underexamination- !I filled.i I. Ke iurp you" aik fur "51 rs.. WinsUiw's Woothintf durinit the voyage Ui MoitiU. purls shall I price for -np.' -ror -h....- t'lit will .:1\1' i.fitti i\i
and take other kind.
I'\'rup no report to the qu'trantin. officers for in-
'. thin thn iMircli! 1-1 .1-ew I ,..r.I .
!1i" proton and drepnnltion:
AUtun then moved that the at'S-
i I :
i _
i- cadet: at the --- _
| davits against Spaun: and Graves be'COMMISSIONERS
.Ac.iilemy.. com-1 THE SHIPPING.
11:15 "quashed on the ground that they I I
iiiuuati'ins at I
,ruin.. The ex 1111- I'I were vague and indefinite 'Ihe ENJOY A TREAT ,..a.A".IIII.,

will have to be for.h overruled thimotion with i 1 .. I ,
mayor a IIr Auju-t ]: linont, :V7. Koger-, lu L.It .\:: j I

.... for final repoit. ,, smile. S: llrl'apeuor It Rodham to II 11 Coyer.1! NMIIVN ( ;. 1'//lllllaIlai. << : : Ihuplu Im. t

..-. who repre-ents Thee""ion of the county commiiouers -- Hr KIUKI.Iu.I.II.>, James: to l'enaCCIiLuarbtr i

-t irt companies in i i j I, The witnesses were then sworn last night wis made doubly 1.:0 .II II'>!. :Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palaiox Street. IiI !
and the ule enforced.The .
received life- | Hun Kndymion.: KV. feilrr III. to liaars.luinwcHly 1
I'I, -t a interesting by the distribution to A Co
: if 'if the late Father I lir=,.t witness called was Violet >or >oreg lit". Kjornsen to order I
members of the board ollicers/ attendants NAV.lL 810 K KM MAItI(1.rteil TIIK H\M: RIMY
i-iiri-d in the purple I Arnold, white. She testified to having I HAKKHI I
; an J reporters of a box of Hu Australl.i, uli. t'1\'r"lon. to order t'HI' lUIIIIM. 1\111.11'1'1:
'. Tiie) portrait ii lost some silverware, but could I I I Nor AMemiire, 11,4 t. It 0'0. to order ltf> ', Dully tor The New l.j I II
recog-1! tine grapes. It Kice. It;.,. t II........ to 1'arodl 1'oSur I'lilon Naval Stored (ill : .
immediately not identify that on exhibition at I Klieser, "-71. John-oil to order I 1.IOIlU in tt. worm .MI If w a"r* iConceetteil -
;.>lrd of friends of As will be seen by the report of Nor HifHro, lim, Nielsen to order: Roan. i to !><. the Hlit III ttinworld.

r. wh" learned: to love ]i i the -tatiou. She had had it only ahurt the mel'tillIewhere; ,; mastication i Nor=,NoiuVnL-jold:Mnina.hem.Lararn'olMLCo, '*7, :Neilsen: to t'r J'icbr.n'r | wwI .. ... <:i5 5 H ..fI :. I Kverythluuforpl: |".-ur..with
w i- ;pie-t in charge of i: time whet it was taken. / I wo..... v 4. tJ I s. lfty.. lio.i.1 MHfJ m,1 |,,,|
'ire!, here. The pic- i lor the lu-cious treat did not detract ', liAKKTf 1 sii _.. .. .. .. a ..) JI' .... I I (ii.. dlY i'r ut-i-fc 1.11111'1.,1.
ii.-d from a -mill i! A. ireenblatt.. white wa the next I from the l uineeye of the body 1 Ilruce Haukuis. ;"'1, ijuiiin to orderi :M .. '., E I I:, I I ly served at nil >n or.1 t\ ..f m eiit

IcalledI j He had, five months ago, i!'K ... .. *. II ... Iii. (t'1I.Ui.l. II. Ill HloN .
but kept them all very buy aud the !| Cleaning ladies skirts and waists 1..... ..... ...... ..... I I" I. h brloN I ,t..irIaITR 2m-tf '111I ..-...rOA..R"'l'O
-I \ lot a watch chain c.1"h and other ''I., of
"I'U'IO'III' : : fruit waenjoyed while the businesswas j one err specialties. Star Lauu.i TCKr "Tto1t ;. ,
j tiling. He identified his watch. It i! dry. / nx A. .
tram"acted. - ---- Bean tk. 1 j t .14. I 'JI'
i H'al (.au..e.roHee A Necessary Precaution .
| had been recovered from (i. W.
.: di-ea-e or i The very welcome treat was'on" Site for Army Post Selected. Don't neglect a cold. It i it warethan 6'lJilhr. LLJIf
'! I'orter. Chattanooga Tenn., Aug. 12:!.-The unplni-aut. It i* 'l ng"rii. IJ/ n/CIIGz.;
? inii"s of the re\t- I Commi"ioIiHhelby, who ha* ju-t
wl1..u1' are thrown R. A. Clement, who keepa Jewelry I board of army officers composed af By u-niiT One Minute Cotizh Cure

"'iri-e. Many a wo-1.' !I been returned as a member. Major hul'-r. of the Serond ('avalr !- rou can cure it at one. Alhyin- I ..1'1" g'
: tore at Ilt5 :South::; Tarragona!.\ .;. II'r\ \\ t :
,Idenly left without I ---- >': :Major .feff.rson K an. of the meil- il unul ttion, cle.irs the heal ,111"- ( an .

.rt fin make a com- -treet, had received Ureenblatt' i heal depart {'nt. and Captain H ..1Slorum an>-treusthen* the mucoii- Mini f'It11)Itr F
health renuin. i FRUITS A'ND FLOWERS.i bratifC.irtcouli-. croup thro it
{ watch from Porter, who afterwardtestified i of the 1IIart".maHer's !'part.
tr"ubllb.luIPh' -aff tackle
"I|. woman uU till and lun: ? of nil kin(!rand
: time sated by, mer.t. detailed to select a ration for ('I"llr.-u like.
-iy-. -1 feel that Ii to having obtained it from H Thorp 1really no .immediately it.
a permanent army post adjoining ; $(#?! cnift nets at tIP
i -t Ifle' irood p.i-tum I planting: large; tn-!-s.i ; Hams; I'harinacv John St t epp-trd
Solomon (ira\ "". Clementalways Chifkamauea park have Kahil.CA.STOTt.XA..
miFor year: I i (If all the ihfTm-nt kinds of fruiti completed Siduey Willis Haidwacr C'o.v.

't. rr with nervous- did Pi.rter'" jewelry work. | grown fin the farm none: is so reliable! their work and will! return to Washington

v.'r -u-pec'in the i A. Voirel, of 112 South Tarragon:i i i or so easily p-owa as tins grape.itvarf !: probably tonight to make their .
I ita 1 l 1 hale it
i1- ..:!0 I came down a lc planted on a report to the sprn-tary of war It 1 1unofficiall Is Y-an tt, : I'as i'
t j pearshould LAKEVIEW
.--tration. Mv worki street recognized a watch which had| 9ctt tan DAIRY.
that 11ls a moist cull either oat } learned th" !site rno- i1 1
il. 1 I spot .
i i-iiuUl not it. .
-.w or read. beentolen from him. Knew it l>y i urally so or made so by subt-oiiln! 't-n is fil'l arren along the northern .

w. broken and unre- peculiar marks on face. It had been \ The lst shape for the garden is ani boundary line! of Chickamanea: park. "' 110\. III.| '

.".red Il1tt'n"elmd it i oblate: s+;unrc. In this shape it can be and that this ground will b P used for Garden hose at the Willis
H. Johnson, colored.
> matter of time till I i stolen by C. 'I! 1'Ill\\"I.l and cultivated! to the best' : ads tae necessary buildings the parade

.I-Oli. Clements was recalled and proved : \antas<-'. ground to he selected inside the park. Hardware Co's.. --- Get Our Summer Prices on the

,11"trwa"'. a- great friend aw < '! he hd gotten it oncw from Johnson. I One advantage: of buyinc trees In the The beet for tl.f Best Milk in the
"iitie day a linC them in is that they SHATTERS ALL RECORDS. I evrold here.. City. 1
Manil.j fall and L II tt I I pric" >t Po"tum CotTee Frank Tollx-rl 1>" lie a ess e s
t. u-r it in-teadof cof- I leader !I I are on hand ready to IK planted out TWIL-H III ho-pital. F. A. GulIediTP O. M. Pryor'* Furniture Our !' !have Only |'orfr \\"ltt-r to j

it *>'-, iyiiij-; tint To- I F"rauk Tolberl. the ring early in the spring. Vrb -iia, Ala., paid a vast sum to\ -store. __ I i i I, luiuk. Xli litaftl II.t J'oil within

''I'"r of liver trouble | was then put ou the taud- He I ()ne: objei to be gained any prun- duct'-j- cur :1'rrP ca-e of pile. '' Two Mile; ..f Our Iliirv /1.-1

11.-'it--. I replied that in the nib, and l tug Is so to reduce the wood atn, tMUjinz'Jl, tum"r;.. When all failed. Lay the (!list. You can Imy' Traces to Hot*'I- Itl"S It. ..t.aur.a/ltA.
thin s
jJ| u-'t .jive up cofl-e, I identified I 1 equalize growth so that the leaves and Hucklen'Arnici Salveoou: cured garden hose at the Willis\\ -
used it as a *; timulatit, them from the RacketStore him. :Miniums Inrtimmation. conquer we
i aid : "I Rot interfere with each
will not !
branches : R. M. I
1"0-tU1l1 Food Coffee i I Aches! kilU I'ainItP*t salvein Hardware Co. j AVERY, Prop.
"a-lu': to the taste and I' and from Forber.: Joe lieee other. the world ilc. MV.. A. D'Alem- \i I II I J
With the quln('('. after the leaves fall' bert..'- drug ttre.
d was who ia pri-
-urpn-ei ,
with me the next
.,... ins and irettin r!: better.4i wa this admix. in autumn and before they start in C.A.BTOX'-XA.- Mi t iimost t Cost t tilt hy=-1'-1, VIRCINIA COLLEGE

1 h 'azbteverfl: pack- over almost tinted at | the !'prin::. it is a pood plan to out back .Bean the lte K't91' :' Hall A'xafl Jc.1i:161ptue : mature at O. For 1'111'\f. .. \lIlt;... It...."...... Y.
" d1! inu'ing it alii *ioii.. and it wa about two month'ago. i'' el Pry shoot. '!"ualrmtms! : back oD r. M. Pryor' to make room for new I IlpoolH "Nrpt. .' j...:. 'h' of ibrN ,...Unc
< uUilly! but not the half! cf the new woo.1 and thinning out #+ #- _' stock. I : ... ". ,. It.. .
h.ft hi old coat. ( The" .w"o'buadintosoi.... .,. .
I :iu.iy: r. c vered. I; H"t.,1' ? 01 e .= pllarst ,
the old. l'unpu. teD .,-,.,. aURlld "' ..".1... -... .
;T'afterward and| coat wa produced and identified I 'I ry ID \".lljr of Vs. |MIU""<| for a>.;ifi t....
I""r t wi Inw a year later I Grass Shears that will cut 1 at almost cot for the I i ropan and Atu rraa I--),. > ,n .>ari ..
a ,1rto' "making sot that silverware! and a gold watchfrl1U1 I Ball Bearing, keen cuti P I i ('oQ,crT tor. ..ha"la,.. \ M .... .r..1
I i.
ll1tlre i next tt) day to make .
close at the Willis Hard r ll I, Ktocutloa. MLA Ota Ir'J., .' "t.a
in tny.elf and little Jim McCloud. Joe Reee triedto I ling Lawn Mowers, at the room for new ock. For c.t.lo.u*."'lr...
oven by P' *cum Cn Hardware Go's- Go's. 10. )[. Pryor. ,I MAITiEPHAtt1IP: : J. ,,<
Willis ware
Mich. sell me that saddle. I cJon'i t It4acok, ....


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INSURANCE First Eeat Her Into Insensibility.Posse ,

iT The Paris The TarU porter Inter\le boasts\' that er. he IsInl.ued The man ho insures his life Is After Brute.: I No. 38 Perry Street. DETROIT MICH ,,
) 12.hlle :Mhs ,
Aiken. S. C.. Aus.
with the American s-p.rlt Thatis wise for his family.
1)\C : an interview Su.t1 Clark: !: ; was alone In her fatae'shoi.w : ,I A couple of winters ago I \\ .. ,
out to get ;
;:, The man M ho insures his health .
.aiitiuies he fries I ; ; near Yan< lusl'. In this county slipped on a frozen sidewalk 0
he pets it. is wise both for his family and by an unknown ne and fell flat on my back. On "' .
"Las nothingto she was set upon
k.kt his man himself. insensibilityand I being examined I found that A it. t
t saga" Then the rf j*>rter makes him 5ro who \' 'at her into I had sustained internal inju ,i HI ,

say it, and the article ajpearas at. You may insure health by guard thin rut her throat. .I rieswhichlaidmeupformorethan .\," I
Interview." Here ian fntertlewwith ing it. It U worth guarding.At A large posse of citizens are srourir.g two months. After that I II "

t ti J. 1'1t.rpuntIol'all tnn ",lattd the first attack of disease, the country and it is reported that I I noticed that I had pains in Iff; ,...: '.'.''irv

literally! from the Echo de Paris. one the negro is surrounded and that his the back and groin which I I;, 1( ( /+\ ''o".r'

> h c of whose principal mn went to tee which generally approaches rapture is sure. If taken he will U I never had before. I doctord' :lJ/r y} ) ur ..-.
through the LIVER and mani- I and doctored for several ( ?lr % '.r
Kitz! recently "I much .:
bin at the Hot* I lynched aa the community is ;
have been able to seize M. Morgan aishe fests itself in innumerable ways arrased months but as the pains increased Mu )ta.... n .Mgt. tint.k f. ,
instead of ,
I "rl"- : :
was on the point of vanishing: up TAKE = The oung: lady Is in a critical condition better I dreidedthat Iwasnot having the tLan a 1ttI >>t t< -

the elevator sLafL I said to the great I right treatment. Reading in the paper will brir.j her h.-.1 .

money manipulator. 'Sir. I shall! i-,-ruiit II I of the wonderful cures performed by Y .u are mf criB,: .

myself: to put to you seM-nil .(ue. Tutt's sPills Killing at Mount Airy, N. C. I Wine of Cardui I wrote to one of the rtl vi.iirjflf cf t: .

ries alicut jour trip! tj 1':1',,.. y"ur secret Satur parties and received a very satisfactoryreply laughter, mother.ikic .
X. C. -
Mount Airy, ,
designs; 11I d'- 'Hein': y'x: 1 and I immediately sent for some and in tireiuiliy *\ <.( t

Graceful iV4me claimed the illustrious! tru t disciple' ray night. after a quarrel over a trifling In a very short time I felt generally better great; to n.!

in matter Sanford York was shot and after seven weeks faithful use I was n .MT well owe tl.' rL.
hut I'
believe nut to hear,
I 1111. makes And health.
your by ..T.Jnutel.. The men quarreled! once more well and strong. I have never w .> brought them1 .
lor Perfect is I Inseparablefrom with n
A Desire t Figure ; his! depths he retk-cts; then
a Lose c! t :e BtauHul s-mms:: aceer.t and a Ct.rce expression. at:1nl=el I.:>It. Later. York started I had a sick hour since and I daily bless Wir cf Car.lui I'

TheM I.j tlxV"ft! <>r rue i, a! railroad king to tue. DfttlJnSlon. hornOn the way he was met by your splendid medicine. viva at any aw in iI
I the renowned says "No; the I't'ril! I rosl'erity lid not MONIE BOTEY.rrrilNE :r tL. working v
+ tin. : '.' the !1"-.dv fluwcts MUOStroth e An "!. who had gone after his shot I
1 11.:111Ill.t speak' ; ?
tin ':, and while the lives: ol 't'l will not speak.; mu h team! tinIrVirs I:: of tine sewing I oft OF CARDUI it one meIitfo'Tl ;th f,>r L'-r .

Aowsrs.ts: I.r.d .1,1 i \\c IIll\ CKJ01 no not one wordTll1'11: I: 'Hut you :! I' a.l..Iways want to I* gun. Angel emptied the contents [W cine that should always be kept tr.Atu.rat tun a ,: .

thtmfora': .:. the; !-tuttulu! ', -. ..m },".\.:! are conscious Fir! of the numerous n fvod. I the weapon into York's side The ; It on hand in every home far ii.imediate Cl.t.

01''< i-' -f l.t'r ir-ynme t.> uus t eoiumeLts your yisit ari-u>es. Are any-I "Just now" advlnl tbipou< woman i n-ountled man Uncered until yesterday'morning ;: use when female weak1' "Jr rJrlli i.! wnpss

jurr.i.iin i.t .i,,iv. The oit! tra;.'ranc! of these true?' Then the famous Wall : shortly after midnight Angel first makes its appearance. Miss b'6. "f \\it.-tf .'
"Wl'lrt' part.iulaiiy busy making '
of a IK 1"1 1 \\J.'II s >.:':" ,t> peer ty. stmt d euitor: '1 have naught; to say' ; was looked up in the town guaid ll wy's painful anidan'erlusa; .- >l''nt n..iJ' II" t.-iA;'. : .

D' 'til ., t. I .:.,!!. e: -:ter' 1tr!: t, :n"Ulet:1 no, not one word even 1'0mall as I dltlJt'$ for members of the church left** bouse and afterward earned to Sin: r}' I would not have resulted so Sere .-1< of j 'ar i. .:..-. P.. '

: . : ,:.; ,'lI. ::! :, 'I: ,:,\. 01 ",.: that!' He licks his thumb nail backward destitute: ly the List rummage sale. comity jail at Dobson. : Lad she taken Wine of Cardui promptly. : m Mr> :'v at \ Hi !a.'

t. 'i. ..1 .u':!.. : -. ':..,' 1.L'o: -viiti.-.ty. 1'uck
ujon his teeth. His face ispurple I I III

t. BRADFIELD'SFemale with brutal! will. He goes toward "I.lllt ilrrature.:' Train Plunges Thrcugh Eridge. A
I ; Regulator the (elevator always escorted irrS II Elizabeth X. J.. Aug. 1-\ fr..ig:1t: : ;.

... our vigorous IJUl' tioIlS. Then I: train on the Loin; Rranrh '!1\ i-IIIII': 01
1 i;. n.' :.t' :'.: !ht-1 1";-.r T'.n. ..ii in w "::::1:1 T.ut will not if intend touierse '
you wy you I the Central of New Jer.-e\ |PLmg.M]:
.' .. .:ll' t.ttk-! 01 -
; Jr t" b Ct I.H:: ] > .
. 4' ." ..:. In -.. .-... :-.I!.. :It > li.-i'i-: Itl i: ; the CouipagnieTranhatlantKiuewith : through: an open dra\\bndse into t'K'.i'alcth :<

N;: ,* .'t -, TI '.. t 1 '..t ,:*":. ',t i : '. ol.f:! the otlll.r''lll'n the busy monojiolizer 1 i river today. TWt '.\'.- raia'i .- THE NEW GROCERY STORE.WILL

r *. .r::..:!.::. c.:" :..::,1. .1.: :" ,It ," ':! ""I' of industries replies: 'You ;,..!I- on top of the locomotuv. ,

LIt t' .- n't'n i'v .H II' ,tfed* will nut make me Ipl'aklne ,word -b'' h lies at the bottom of the rm- o

C.t '!, 1: ; .... .icut :.:_",I'vrin' n-ult. not one email ejaculation shall I make P.if.k Mansfield of Plainfiel

; Try t ..r iv :' .: :. r ("': .::1 >lr.'i *I.thr pass uy l.psT: : And, with a bound, the i
; tt.t. .:" n. .':':\. i Era feared billionaire! and Napoleon of hrahc--nan and FiremanVebrter.. otJa'irr. MOYER

. THE BRA:>FELD: REG'JLATOR CO.. ATL ATA.. GA stock exchanges Uisapi'enrs." [ <*. were killed. Engineer it !

i iI Reany. of Elizabethport, Jumped from Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date St ;;\
, and tIlt 1'arrol. iI f his ah. breaking his leg and sustaining .
I'at I ;
FOR FOUR HOURS' SLEEP. I : of Fine Staple and Fancy GroceriesNo
internal injuries.
At a the! dinner not lon: ago a
faUf'C"r a leh J'.r..1 ht !Some ('hlC"RjO wager was laid that Marshall P.Vild- i ; 30 W. Covernment St., Salisbury Block.
could! not tell $115,000 Fire at Memphis. I
!lei und \\ uau..n. erg the (entertainer f.fty
t 1 stories in succession. lie did It Memphis. Tenn.. Aug. 12.-Fire this TILEf: >1I0:1''=-:
Firm in tlit:: :r 1.t'!:t'f that seep'! is a parrot
I without turning! a feather and so many I mornings destroyed the plant of the Ar -
waste of tame: : a number, of men and
of them were new that the man who mour Packing company at Clinton aai
\\ came nw.iiMid told about it could remeuilier I McCall streets and wrecked the build
To My Friends.It .
into which\
-iu? ; "S Mjolt-ty ProIM.K
Duly one I ing. Total loss about $115.000. ?aUto
-a 1o tfiu-lj i<-.''pe! that too great a It WINI 1' t!... parrot winch scapedtl.roiiph i is wit!: jv I tell you what Kodol I be insured. The origin of the fire I WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L." ":.UKIi: I

fort 'd their! !lues is spent In useb'ss n wi'ni-\\' ui'ijrfnd| in ntno did for me. I wa troubled with my I
unknown.Mayor .
":: Hr.Thr ('. The owner's efforts to c.piure it. stomach for several mouth Upon ,, -

iircur.izatuin is called the Pouf ..-- .....'<-w. r. 't-.. 1 being; advised to use Kodol, I did so, Grace President's Guest. I, SEND US YOUR ORDERS
X. Y.. Aug. 12 -The NC iv.
, llo.r Sltt'ii rluh, and the niemlj art and word cannot tell the good it Oyster Pay.,

!I.I.MI' ;:C.I! t" s-iiH-p hut four hour n.'-'i-' ha: done u:... A neighbor had dy-- J president had fer his guest ft' Olson clCo

r T.! MI. :nU'rs contend plat !ill'I'Iill;':: ;! 7rlrc t t p''p-u so that he had tried most'Vtrytl I i, luncheon today William R. Grace formerly Thompson, .

..'..'., ..t that onto is purely a 1..1:1: ,: L in;!. I told tarn to u-e: Ko- mayor New York citr.

r.: it : *. n.thing bort of sinful! u, tLi- MA dui.Vnrtl 5 of gratitude h'tve come Manresa Street, Tel} !tow' 1 .
to mfrom dim bcaup I r eomnended -
! 0.:% nf iTund! progress. It i> all .id A PHYSICIAN HEALED.Dr. .
. U.-Oeo. W. Fry, Viola.
... '. Ti.: i tl. y .."sn*>. as harmful! iinl i'i I'lwa. Health and strength of mind Gee. Kwinir; a practicing: pt.; yicun I ESTABLISHED:: 18C3

t. Tc II' !..' t'X'els\\'e\ uw 0:' II' .
JI'IIO'I the -tomach -
:and body depend on of Miiiti. Grove, Ky.. fnrov -
'.... ',', I. .., 'ur lIrul1 !"-. tad imruial activity of the di-re.tire
yetr-writes nal
-r thirty hkprro MoKBNZEB
'I \1, : .'rs. I dut.\\'hohll' '- '' .ir; Kodol the great recontruetivf OERTING & CO. ,

.j! 'I, q.! rr .: ''jciu to nl... >-\ ,,. '' tonic cure all stomach experience with! Foiey'* Kidney

.' .11" I" 'a regard tll:1: _i and bowt-1 l tnubleindizetioii, dy '- r Cure : "For years I had beets greatly ; o IIIALIK8 is ---

i ,:,lhL. ghtly rest -. .npia. Kodol digests: any rood food : bothered with kidney and bladder
von fat. Take a dosp after meal Ship Chandlery and General UardW re
"Ll; i 1'i.n!' i ; jrars of .. _. i trouble and enlarged prostratek'land. ,
% lfarlPi.artnacy.. John Sheppard,
1 ,.' I ued everything known to
bur Sidney K 1:11.: B03 AND 005 S. PALAMIX. HTHKUTGEJNTO'V
I' t': c : the profession without relief, until I

......'r..', !I' '. ,. illowed fron, -. \ t. i L Try one of our celebratedII. commenced to ue Foley's l\iluey 1 -

' .',1 1.\--. lount decr .M-.I'! ;': .Is t l/ REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLI G'S H.- i
-4i f $ S. Felt Mattresses. Cure. After taking: three bottlewa5 I GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RUS.-EL 4 SON PI .
t... Vt i,1 I'T""r.. nsa r entirely relieved and cured. I 6 dt'!

'f'1 'i- :site. .. v-urt-d a large :11', inn 1 .t They never pack or grow prescribe it now daily in my practice -: Cii7ii Ccriiji Piliti, Oiii, tactical! liJtrcaecti, Chris, hum, /////

0'; !l.i.r.itur-: : the subject. a,1: t h I i.Imndance ,- lumpy better than a hair aud heartily recommend it-, u-* I

I "I"- 'jl. of all' :: "'tIIMU :. to all physicians for such troubl. I COMP1S LOGS KTO

'.. tl..t i'ey! are right:; .u 11.! mattress, at half the price. have pre-cribed it in hundred "1 I .c McKenzie Oertm'Collect!! Agent for Bar Pit.H v ieutt

('a-e* with perfect succe-*." \\'. A. ciatioii.The: .
Vi'"" 't.. T't'y point 10 N.ip' .- ont Marston (5' !Jitina. I
IVAlernberte .'. Palaf.'X. -----
: ,'i! i era: I-I'I' i.f tw greatest ;:s,::.,: .b i 1

\. rt- nut ', i'kt-rs nf Itl&toi'! n a<

I" t. i ?. il i east( taken four Ii. MI- .T Iiunrf llhliliilt.J.inis : Star Laundry

-'i: .t.I' .1 tn;!! ; ,.1 I les*.. PIMPLES A. r..t.l.itt! of KiUL.T.i.iii county ,

Mr. 111:1.; t : president <>t tin- w<'I,_hs c >u drrubiy less than a hunlirnl -

: trf>nnd>. He is a dwarf and foi
.I:1"! thruuh a n".i: : tiny wife had pimple on Uer farebut Biggest Busiest Best !

\ .', ,:o:, I.I' l tl' 1'1\. :t51'1; as a t e>: tn be a tonne :A>CAKtT> .and tLey .l nuinbor of }tars he: traveled with ,
i i inn I.H 'i1 \\ \' 111.11 hers .1.1 au..ppeirtj had ben troubled i-num's I circus. Ills Its lilt
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.t'/cent: i'f :s wi>Tt>fuln w f I atprlli! n < >amt t:mi ut (
i A.- ....4.,- ,. -iliatiilon the "h'lh.t.! e\ili with! i lilllli,: :'} MIvi"% :.. \ ii ictf the fr.t ,'a-cr -t t Lu\t had D.' trnuMe o\tr fifteen inches Ion?, and his other .
.. -, ..lll11:13 ai.mentVt cantoeptaitothigh. An En'llill: Call
; on
II ., n.h> :r .: lids! six years old. alvi lit M" 41 l at ll.i! I"t. I)' t'"a: ,raretKhtt.. \\ AIHIIAS.Soi 11:1t'U-f" arc in I'rl'lo.rtioll.t seentjt.irs

.... ',1.1_"' tn < with the stintetl re>.t. I I fc\\euruiK at tLe bird w 11"1 l.tu \\1.ln..1 Gl'rmant(1Wn An I'hladel.l1a.1'1i I > of ape he enjoys jtrfect health

.1 i .ill: MI i i-iijoj go.)1 health and came tilou;:. and a char mentality and le is the i Your Swell n'jl'lIih

"I :: ',1 '.1', : cnltlrit.I I "What U the matter':" >iu: ...idl'l, :1 I CANDY li'ppy: husband of a wife! whofijh> I 4)r, ; e
cu wl1 1 find will be
t lean CATHARTIC I: .>',' tLan S"" ou3d.--Kau-as Cat,, t; w.
1':,< .in t. lM'ps eight! linurs out I ..t
"eau't catch that dand I b'IJ.s -..idtbe Jiuinil ,I ., e i ivi-d if you are w ,-l. idr '

eightyr'n.I i : 11I111.hUIlI}" here is a ii'lint tot tae V CItnnti rnMonnoml.A : ;' .: f ---ed :nd your Ii lit-II .

S L: '.. t.:1': j Twenty-seven he Last man who can. .
mammoth cottonuuwl trw wns'nt ; able A f
TADr MAAa UOIrTUD ; woman
,,', A
d htFtirttd
crud }
'., it i tlpension of all the loot \\- 1 am the ntau": 'at.: : ,
a few days! ago;; in the l.>ttonia of tin -a\ ; : -tlway- 'auj fee a inuw: '
.t' tilt:. end mind. On Ull'lItb. 1 Up the tree.As r{
t : I 1.1.f. !1' ..'ii who s-Ieops.: but four Le chiulfd from brani'!. to .r, :it LittU' Wabasli ruler in Illin" ... It ron -tuict- by the cotiditii >:. :
of luiulnT. The
tamed 1 .Ik") feet tree
:. I ..IMii': ',t alit have shut nearly the parrot did the same. FIII.I1} !*. '.> Pleasant! Palat.blp Potent Taste O< 'tno aced he j'oe; inttt J.HI, i -
in cireutuferenifmid .
ntared the and the I-MM 1 .'- n.._., I, G. i] .Never M.keneaifr' .:tGnir luc ;::,c. :>lIe teas fnonty-ono '
i 'v ..i i.M! p :.f,. lit real life if he d. top : monsl with beauty w '
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... a twi-He foot log on tie tir>t limb
f '? I'M iiLi of eighty-one )ears.rt .- to tMbt'lidan rous-ly. Tl.t! l'arr..t1.1- ......, t..pi.r. ....... 1<......1. \.. "... SU cut ttrl' feet of merchantable lumber 1 ; t I collar- and cuU- La\ Ii \t.
'. : :" 'url"lt-I'! moved to 11t't't.h.I -------- 1 the
" at :Mar
tallest Laurdrv
When the tree was Mud! the ,,, ,
"'\1I:1t the devil do you wart' it de- NO.TO.SAC .let and "rantt'pd Fv .n '
t W ( \ s E Tobaccu" HabttlrMoo man in the nt'i;;h'.iorLocKl could not nee
She ('ul..l> I'm!. ma tided.
o\er the loss as they lay on the
. 11:u-li! year the r.iajcnilifeni-e of calen. i "I beg your pardon," cried Pat.. already -- -- ground. : ALL WORK c. o. D. Gofiiis Called for[ ail Dsliwr: : ::::"

" d-irs huTf..M' until 1101'Ihe banking bait way town the Irt. 1 tr*. -----

i. ii.htltutit. lnsur.iii 'O oontpiiny or bu..l lIie : thought you was a bird!" Awarded at TarU Molaniip. 1 TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST

:i .s hoiiM" that keeps tip the custom oli.U1n The molasses! hich is left as a rest
llrHxii 1 h..r.
g tlu-' atinJs that the appropruition I. Mnmnflj dui from beet sugar manufacture 13 I WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
f \t the l'ni\ersty chub! tiein! tillhag !i i ,
, far ts! j>nri>o''e Is asuuiinjalarniinu ::: utilized in Germany to make airoho! I _
a jrwd story about I'ritessorHenry
t pr"p"rtions. The 1:1".t artistic auiNALAROCHEWINE
\'an lke.. who wa looked TIME TABLE.
; effects are aiuio*! at. und tin

f chap and tawdry a3.urs that Uv>l tipa'js I ui tn as a likely candidate for the prt.snlei'ej %

I iniKtiT wnuM: no lunar l>e bier of Princeton unit.'rsfty until CORDIAL ( JG//rat/Tj LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD
ProfessorVison! ahead of Edna.c .
nted..itunl 11! the oiwioi-rns prctr.tIn pot IN EFFECT DECEMBER: 1, lilUl
> rh'u eign& lIre is on box: of the -nun e
I l'l'lfl's.or'an little! H.j'-cstrtcorrmcnjttions for curt of Poo-ness every (? -
I i ;; the f.ile't'rs t'.o not wish to IH tine day Vyk's e' BkoJ iiomici trouMe* tni General beF'I Laxative Bromo-QuinineTabieu
daushter asked: I '\ lnrti estfce ipreti', stem fheds New Orleans and Mobile. _
!i, oiitdotir t>y their NII1!) tihrs. and thu i; : "Pa where born?" -cncr\c: > in> tu.i4> up "ermine system. the rtmeJy that ewrea a cold In one d jBANNER ,. --- -- - -- -
were you
tin standard of exirl'ence? !n work "o. :<00... o.%. : XO.I, "
man-h'p! bus now reachoil a hi;?!a I "In IV-ton my dear. 22 rue llrnunt 115. I Ul m 1I'L'i p Leave "pnucol. __..Arrl"e : ; .11, a t r : J
I 'WLeren mamma l>orn?" PARIS SALVirt .:5oa 2nt7p: 1.0 a Lt-av.... Uom&ton.... Leave a ; 5
pint( Sore idea of h.HmU1'11 alone;} t' FoutffrA A C,. _, 11 ''J) a i l:?! p :rat a'. Mobile Leave 1:.3 :'t :. 5
1 i is exjwndfd in this way may be gamet: 1 t I "In San I'ranci.-co. mj dear. luenlw 1.1. he moat healing eeh then won" : .._ I SLp 7:80'' a Leave Sew'l Lp"ve' (.I I. p ,
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i from the fact that a Philadelphia an And wluwas 1 born: ; rirth..
"In dear." ___
Philadelphia, :
t 1st rtivlxed the um of $T4); for twelvi I If

r'Jwltl"-" to illustrate one of this year e 'Well pap Un't it funny Low we Fy virtu of an execution ts! :-d out II i ithf I :-o.f.: Xo. .. 'o I
L : U vorJ.Irnrlnc three people got tO tLer'-I'hilldd. The Beer : ,'iriuu lout of hcKmhiit, {Count. U:15p m Leave .... 'tln'acola ...Arrln 4t'p ra a 9I
calendarsI'hiladelphia < i Phil Press. 1-lorida.whrrrinA.31.NcMtllan ,> plulntl:! I! U..m .5ipm j Arnv& lon iom"rJ'I.uve l1I'.m .tll
and Tony dibhs isdrtrntlant. I have Irvin.(I 1 1I:5 a m ans pm Arrlv- Hlrmllgham ...Lea" II m i pllt
I, -"Irt. upon and will sell In front of tbr four 111 pm 110 a m I rrlna.h"llIe ......I.u"e
---- -- The NewtitThe ThatVICTORIA Made House door m the City cf ''Ken-acola. sat:I I !:'I am !:U a m Arrive .... Louisville ..._.Lt-ue i:" pm' I err
r the Itetpom.IUlllty.Saptxhtdd' very newest skirt has piece of { county ana nat.., 011 Monday tile nrtt da, 1Q: a m 11:69am I' Arrive.. .Clnclnn.U..Lu1'e e'.ipm FaI
of r.cptembrr.ree.daring the, iegsl hours c 7uan1! Anl\ Louis .Leave : i
No wouiau ewer nuJ* a: cloth not a box plait, falling: from the sale, to the bi best bidder for cb. the follow : 1lpm 4:1i pmI :

loot or me. j waist to the Letu at the lack. This in? de.mb< ,t property to-"It -I PENtiACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
Miss t"autiiuYlo did tLea Tpiece! of stuff widens! out like: a fan at DI AN NN B I ISSER R r MVO U U1:5 S Y'I'I"Bty.I' acrt of land In the koutbai t I '4 r
corner of a certain parcel of land d '.crib>-do.! 21Dal1J'0.81.1&11, \0 stop where time not .bo"'n i Xo. 2-1.1.:1: !ii' :-'_,
Philadelphia Uecord.TKX I the edge of the train. The front of In a dE'rd made by C. C. Yt'DII. !:!r.. and wit, ::- d
tie skirt is I euilroidered to follow out to Wai. Plotti, on ;ta day of January !....;:'.1 11:5 pm 1:00 a m (Leave Pentieota.Arrlye' h.S: pm'"
I a; fallows Commencing at a point fou r I Uli: n1gh7:1f": : I' ._... Ioh mla.. ... .. II loBT: '
f i the adornment of the collar and raters t1 chain south of H. W. corner of bibbonslot ""j' It::!) .. T 11 I I" "nliUa..--. I".+t "
i t'F.NT1V1L1 Ht.tful sue 0 ( thence north five i5i, .. .... .. "
l of the bodice.; degrees wen b:r 1: Lt T.Ii .Lic.mbla. ._ 1'lt"
. Ely' Cream Halm ; enough to convince i compass four II chains to bibtxin southwest 15-5.5: 7.:5 !i :?: .. ..-. Ioilit .-...- fait: .. :
corner thence lame bearing ten'tu, 13r& 7:4: ......_ Harp ..._ .._ 14..tC
pt you that it is the greatest o f. Folpy'# Kidney Cure: will cure all chains Gibbons'north west corner thenc, 1 :;)1" T.S5" .. .....-.Gs tcay..__ It 1).15 "
inedies for nasal catarrh cold ii : dieae* arUmir from di-ordered Ihree-qnarteri of a chain to Pickney'S 1d.S1 j3' II ..... _.. M II ton .... .._. 111) "
i = or 1 ..
j soutbwett corner thence same course te 1:801. It .._ "
kidney* or bladder.-W. A. D'Alein- MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. 1 m Good Range .
the heat! Full size 50 cent. Al 1 I nl1' chaIns to Pickney' northwest cornel a 1,55 S 15 ....._. Holtl .._ .. 7.15 '
121 S. P..llafox.I BEst 10-CEXT BOTTLE thence same course to a point tblrty.rI !\e 21" ':&1" ......_ \llIg"n .__ 8.:01": ..
i druggists.Ve; mail it. I ------ I. and three-fonrths I353.4I chan from start r.Si ::Si" .._,_.Crtltvlew._ in" ,.
s ELY BRO, J\Varreu Street.New I Know Our i'ntl'! liemettjtcr IN TOWN.DANNHEISSER. r lug point thence south -viwesttnenty. II:,)' II '.M" .00. .......Deer Land ,.55 "
t in obstxiie CD.d. J.j r..e :a Pant:r'.&a eight and sixty-three one-hundredth 4 11" sla It _. Mon, Head i.i) "'
York. \C>.M) chains to a stake, thence south 5: .:0-1"' 813" ..DeYanl.k I: prtng ';11" : I.
I' 153; Second :treet. Albany.. Y. There's lots of money to be made east thirty-five and three fourth 1(54-4 I 11 II, a:44 00 .. ..._ Argle. ._ r... :
chains to a stake, thence north v>: tai t .;+) 857' ...Ponce de L&OIL.- TI, "
Mesr EI.Y BKiis. :-I sutere d 1
In real e"tate-lou of it. A real': estate AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED l"'enIellh.ntl
smy-three onr-hundredths 5:) loIO .._Weatvtlle.__ fli" .
greatly with catarrh and tried difler. sin h usually a flnser-board: to (:-/J; ) chains to point of beginning ; D\J'I" HI5': .. .._ CarJ'vllle 1U" ; .
ent rE'medie"ithout effect. Afte r wealth. Thos. C. Watson & I I. I, Harper isrey. I all of laid land; lying and being in the 1.10mln 511-1" );$) .... ,_ 80nl"' ,__ t.M" .. 'II
L using one bottle of your Cream Bale] the Real Estate firm nei Grant, township two \:/ locrtbrange 8IJ" IOt7" ..... (.hipley.- :'l1' ''sow.
Co.. thirty ;Aweit.. fIS) "
Main Hoase-lOl S. Palafor street. 11:11 ... ..Cottonl1al l..__ 'joj'
I ,
i found relict and I cannot prai-i e have otters which it would Said property b" leviedoa the ,. ,
some I mg property rep) 11:5 ....M Ulann. ...._ dr" e'!
F too highly such a remedy. be worth your while consider.. Go I R. R. Excbmze-Or.p. Union DepotP. ,1 o! the said lony Oiiibi. 7:3-) 11a5 Cypreet..... ._ .. 6:997a p
Miss CORA WILLAKD.Sept.27. !and see them to-day, and: don't wait 0. Box 2>l. Pensacola!! Fla.! SheriS of GEUBGI E. SMITH. ) 1I:5: _Grand KlSge_ I :I.'Ij '.
I E.camtl1s County: iortta.: 7:51 "' Ida noon __ $nea.1s __ I 5..i e
> Phone .. .
). 118-2&3. .
h \ I till to-raorrow. 1 Sljyoa w SU." 1:15 ArrlnR4vehncUo1Lurel D.J ..
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WASHINGTON LETTERSpecial lag saws ana other tools by electric

light The night force began work in .

Cures All Kinds of [ CorreepondencejThe the ancient attic. _
Four bedrooms all for
presumably l t. (
and work of the newly organizedand servants are being built In the attic

Kidney Bladder Troubles Increased bicycle squad of tie which before the Roosevelt administration -

local police department Is proving had been used for storage purposes -

K.dney and Bladder Trouble, Rheumatism wholly satisfactory to Major Sylvester, only. A driveway Is building I

';' d all kinds of diseases produced by an who has long advocated an improvement from the White House to the execu-

xi-e5 ff uric acid. of that particular branch of the tive avenue between the White House

police service. Since the new squad and the treasury.

has been on duty on the principal Infants and Children.
Estimate For Deaf and Dumb.
thoroughfares of the city it has corrected -
HarrisLithia The Initial one of the District esti-
a large number of abuses of mates for the fiscal year ending June The Ktiul You ]Inehvn3S nought has borne the signntur -

the police regulations.The 30 1U04, has reached the commissioners > of Cha<. II. Fletcher, and has been made under hUjHT

Water charge of maintaining the coming from Dr. E. M. Gallaudet >oiial Miporvision for over 'JO years. Allow no ono
handle bars of his bicycle! on a plane
president of the Columbian Institution In dec(-ho jou in thU. Counterfeits Imitations nod
four inches below the plane of the
For the Deaf and Dumb at Kendall Tiivt-a:-.jood" arc but IXperiments.and endanger tho

:Is recommended by the bet physicians all saddle was preferred against Charles( Green. Dr. Gallaudet asks that the health of Cl1ihlren-Expt.'ricnl'c against lxperiun'ut.The .
A. Smith in police court the other
r the United: States. For sale very commissioners include In their estimates -
morning and conviction the defendant
v ',-re-shipped anywhere. upon to congress an Item of $10,500 Kind You Have'Always Bought
was compelled to i ay a fine for the expenses attending the Instruc

of $1. The regulation was made several tion of deaf and dumb persons admit. Bears the Signature of
Nothing Compare to scorchers
years ago prevent
i ted to the institution from the District

u.i.iLITHIA: CARBONATED WATER for table use. HAKKI* LHHU from colliding with pedestrians by riding I of Columbia. This amount is the same

ZK AtE is the finest of all ale, ; head down at a high rate of speed. as has been appropriated by congress
Very few arrests have been made lately -
annually for several years past
Write for Free Booklets-Fall testimonials "of cnres analyses for this violation of the regulation.Free .
:sot One Objectionable Picture.
t( show to your physician. Quarters For Veteran
Two women were walking through
A large; number of letters are received -

Harris Lithia Springs Co., Harris Springs, S. C. from day to day by the otBcials the library corridors the other of the leading Congressional little In Use For Over 30 Years.
l of the citizens' committee In chargeof *-r cr..u'. r"...... n .uun "HT It.w TOU rn
.. -tH
boy between them. They were evidently .
.. 9R
preparations for the coming national .
from the Interior and -- -- -------
were very
,N Oil TELEPHOXK encampment of the Grand; Army much interested and et.Utll'tllly all they
of the Republic asking as to free quarters fi iy WomanIS Ilf IlfI
SJW.ftrr they had carefully studied % !
M. W. MARSHALL }'t'n+llcnl:1.: Fia.i for \eterans. To all these communications the exquisite! mural decorationsand -r---) I lit, I I l W

reply is made that the WING I HOP & I .)". 111 It 11.' II tl'l. I
- the symbolic pictures between the t IQ mRHL Whirling SprayImporters
allotment of free is exclusively
I quarters arches and over the doors they sat 1 \ : "b+nrw t..l..ti.x.r. /I .
I olar Spectrum unit tnooiiH.Writing under the control of the national c 4 v' 1.1 ,I. II
h i.-III. and Oilom.lik. down on a bench to rest, and one of 'I .t tl..ll \, '
."' ,' the violinist" sail of the remit olo crvationstatade head-iTiurtcrs of the (J. A. U. at Minneapolis them remarked: and li .tilers! in- : may'e h"'''''' I".' .
by hmiM-lf and others on that and that all for ,
"' "nt'y.' "is Mttra<,nliniri- applications "I iiin't seen a picture in all this ainatal. 6r 1Chinese .
put of the solar s I.'strum which ik'slo'youd such fehould be made there.In I and JapaneseFancy u lr. notlupplIL.: : yoIl'r.I'"I..rd"1
quarters .. ,
I I' rfmm, and fsiN-ri place that ain't fit to frame and hangin : ? llttli 'I
tl.e! red end of the 'fll.
ordinary n circular letter sent out sometime hou CARL SCHOPICLD.low I.." cl..1 ...,k ..1.4" ,
I vu-ntiiie value! in th a !>e. a ill n'
pri'-'Hiatie, or xi"ilile.pntnHii and contains ago h y the committee to the department Goods, u.i |>trtiiiilar.iiiul'Utr 'i.-|. U
'f i--rtain''I'I1' -- tag; ut'lr 10 :fl.Mlltl l 0..
about four-fifths of the ralliantf'1ll'r commanders of the G. A. R.
nft*n made! on him.t I Miner. FINE CHINA TEAS !
)' of the sun Professor S. I1. hOOmWeTtm0Eldg.: o'w'Iors.
and division commanders of the Sons I The superintendent of the assay office
him like alcohol
, 1!L i the most excessive.I'r LJIIdt'y says that ate are Itesinninj to I I of Veterans, attention is called to this i iI at Yancoiner, P. C.. \o1'1il'that the' 31 South Palafox St. ,:

of \Uili-tK( Bee that the seasons, "which unitethttr I matter. The citizens' committee li miners of P.ritisli Coltimlna and tin- Laundry: Oilice. l'enlcol.Fh I NOTiLI.
t"1 UIa'"
\ to linnf to c.tmhh; upon the records of the earnestly d'-slrous that all the old Yukon territory do not know rH.itimiui i I I have been authorized to take
: i-il;.* down his tM.lu1I1'liotrf'lpe snap I spectrum, may in the future, have veterans who wish to I'onllhut who when they see it and that. In l i"! 'lie 1)1 1 r;; 'f l li i)fiit\ .tlb.-cr I'ti'JI" for Win. Jetitiinp
their effects upon the crops foretold may be debarred through inability to placer mining districts in '.. tt ''ton i '
makes by means somewhat similar to the meet the of while k Rn'anpaper. "The Commcuer.
'. e.\i>eiise quarters mentioned lanaamount- "t I'i.u "i
.I" sires: under its int I TV"1 tiny I'r.p-aics! iresupcnoi1 : i- .tlO IH a<3-
.1 forecasts made lay by day by the The price U per year
here, be provided for and so expresses
may and kindred metals have h'l en thrown
1U32O f t
( > "pailTVv
( Impose'I'I'ws., : .
weather bureau but in Those deirin ll.e
infinitelymore < paperC'.IIft
ways itself in all replies to letters on
the value! of tile products being (
-Is! and vestments away trd Iaiern' n, 81'V.UICt'
I farreachin::. and that these pre- the fcubjettIlie: i it eiit to them by needing
,'. :[:s complex forms a. 'Irl'lQ tions may tonic from the direct the uuleriLriied.
I District H Trrritur}. .. .. ,...
tiilwTose makes him * i uf the There indications
study sun. are strong;
rI'aids tragic tbn: ;.. I in the direction! of a future The District commissioners: have received SOLD Dl'ST. .-. tat n of' it i nn'i fcisIR I I ('art- Daily News .
from Secretary of State Hay a _. I
; dons I --- -- - -
:- black anti
power of prediction as to coming: yearsof letter similar to those sent to ail governors "Let the GOLD DLST thins do your worl.
I Lemon oxcitcs in him I plenty and of famine.
of states and territories in the ,
-I'luiip! liquors. Orris THE GARDEN SECTION
I United States represent the scholarships
II ,
''.u if he rpniainsln .
I The MonUej us u l.nlxirer. offered to .\wl'ril'uns111,1..>1' the

vnce of this IHT- I lOne of the lln,Ubh astronomers.. terms of the Mill of the: late Cecil oOFoPensacola
riiiladfi! Record.
J. J. AtkiiiMin, who visited Sumatra to Rhodes. Mr. Macfarland has moved

observe the total solar eclipse last May.made that the p-ipers be referred to the Florida.
.. '
I 1 n nllynmr.i .
the acquaintance of an old Malay board of education for its report and ----- --- .

to 2ftvliat appear Hum on a little i island near the after the receipt of that the commissioners Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
ntvo lin.ition of O
exi> Sumatran, who a large will formally reply to the communication G

''!11' UooseVflt family.! monkey which he had. trained! to work of Mr. Hay. husk'Oil

the. mother's Side. f"r him in gathering cuctkinuts. The The receipt of the letters: settles themoutttil taC;.Rli Beautiful Lots for Sale. :

,. lic was a Miss; monkey's business was to climb the Sara] .
question! as to whether the L istrkl I \

Tin.- name is ant I riantie! cocoanut palms and throw of Columbia came under the head II'I'c. 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord-

one oriTinnllrv down the nuts "which he did" says of a state or territory within the meaning .: tt..t.It.. I. to location and surroundings. J

v changed to Mr. .Atkinson "in the most artistic : of the will or was merely a city. 'I ico ing ,

-I It's {cr.indf.iisperiencetl- manner by screwing the nuts oft with Y stt8 -
The letter being sent to the commissioners
\. : his )Mecra' +ifz Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful ,
jKjwtrful arms while he hurl? by by the secretary of state Is accepted

i business.( his legs 70 to UK feet from the ground." as evidence from high; authority GOLD DUSTis High, Dry Fertile Lands.

ell (>ueCinnr-
that legally the District of Columbia -- --- -

.1; QIII'Dtln. The Three I" exists in the status of of a woman's best friend when wash day corres investment
a around '; makes the elotne sweet ->'J c,tan The grandest opportunity for ever
.\. cwocpondent writing from S.iuca- the United States. Takes ony half the time and half toe ,atc, '.1: soap
: ";UI'uot Just fol.ow directions on package I cffered in Pensacola.
I tuck says that in that town District thus nlou A\nue. '
'. The Made o--ly ty THE N K FAIREASK rcvPAKY. -- -
wl'elum., and lived until quite recently In response! II) a recent communication Chicago Ntw York' Boston Si :"Jt..,. Home Seekers Should See These Lots
:acute three brothers triplets, who all lived from James I:. )Mitchell( acting I Mcucn ot OVAL FAIRY; SOAP

,, \. to I'I about seventy-five! years old. secretary of the P.uildlng Trades Council

They were named rriilerick. 1'ranklin rerraidim; the rate of wages paidto t0 d1 ''1'091.0 ta11 .A. V01 u bbsI

I'" .. .1.tI"1 'n I 'arid and Francis Sherwood and wt" knownas employees in the District repair .

the three I"s. They looked so much shop th<' District commissioners (U1'efurwal'IIt..1 If You Have
'. ." I Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets
': ..ithe alike that tllI'Y1'1' often taken the to him the following memorandum

one for the t.tbt'r.11 followed the Pea from i!l. P. Coleman superintendent 'WSBkfl Bm H I i
.- "1 y t-> cure
and were for a Ions time masters of of repairs:
: I cnntltu- I 1-1, KKKHE
!a. a' .t.., i i.; eau't-d \CSsfls.T "The following mechanics emploved: : RheumatismUIIICSOI I Fretldfnt. vice rr.sid..nt Cf .bivr. ASK't C'aabler

oil!."Ii of tintnti- by this department are reeehinu! union
l.ii-tiirhian Tubt had diattete-m its worst form" traces Carpenters $:{ per diem, paint

",it:lined you have writiltrion; Lee i-f Iunre.ath ers.J.Oi.; tinners. $'_'.N : bricklayers
I nd. ictutswith. the treat tested and Bank
"ltredeghtphy) First National
I "I 11I1I""rC"clIa.ltiit' .
1.3, and! laborer Sl.o" per diem.! en.lorsed California I
I / !\. d'N'd out relief. On1thr..e lnttls of Remedy hill cure
-ult, null 1.Kicllll'\' Cure nride me ,1 w..11II The only mechanicswho an- not paid you. It al.o cures Liver Kidney aud
: >> '
h.! taken nut II." \V. .\. D'AIemberte, lil :'. union wages; are the plasterers. fast Bladder diseases; caused by an excess uric acl't. It never falls and builds up
-I mi to its annual\ 1'alafox. snmnier only two applications were re the bt>allh and Ftrei gtb while tiling it. OF PENSACOLA. FLA.DI3TI30TOT1.KH .
'I'> : will In lif-trnyi'i\ cei\ed! for this class of work and in (:,'n" htamp for hojk ci If wonderful certificates

.' 1-1.- ..ut tit t"ii are .\PXITK Her I'rlfiiJ". each case S2.10: per diem was askl"A \. by druwta.Price If fl your per driiKKkt bottle. For can sale nil :

,n i li. which j is untliingiinil (Irace--Clara says that when CharleyplTiposod aI'r small amount of plastering supply y.',u It 11'111"t> \ riinditinii uf the she tilnio oricd. (patching! has to be done the two men receipt of price Address WM.1 H. KNOWLE8. W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT N. K. HYKli, Ji.

.. :Maud-Well didn't she? D. O. BRENT
i t why who made application were employedand
Uricsol Chemical Co. Los AngeesCa! ] !
5 ,
Dm Hundred Dollars rH'l\-I; don't know. Perhaps her gave mtire satisfaction."

: l", .if t ne"- tcuti-cd Ivy wasn't wat'rrrcltf.-JuII \ or the
complexion I

i',iiuii. it Scud!** cured for ciri byCuif. the Letter Would l'ro\e it.Mrs. put MiII.irW night to: work force on of: lit the carpenters"'interior bite II.ueA has ot l.een the I i *J Lamar & ?Distributing ankin Drug Agents.Co., Atlanta, 6a. r FrLg D a Q m IU iim; uU At ua I 1 1trT"We

Galey (mnsinsly)-Suppose I
.1 i \ ACo.. Toledo\ O. White House. Pur the first talus in 1140'v,011 vd1
should! love letters, dear
,,',' :.t-. ,('. publish your the history of the old building uork Jrair oar own Bill:: of Exchange on Great Britain JreJaufl I
Mr. not make a
Jaley-U'hv simply
men are drium.' : nails :antl mwil1\llat. Germany France. Austria, Italy, Holland, Hpaln Belgium, Ra 3Ia1 Nov
iators"eliavei\\ public acknowledgment: that you married
u fool?-Brooklyn Life. LODGE! DIRECTORYo wsy ;Hwejeo. Dermark and other European counH eil.rrVei'lel'l .

r hi di ice will sell Cures Eczema and Itching Humor o

Through the Blood-Costs Nothing Disbursed upon she Moat Favorable Term, and tbei!
MnrstonOuina.. V ( nnil It Ion. to Try. OF PYTHlAh Obligations Taken Payable at Port ot eptiratlou n Ten or FI tees Dayi

TI'ad1l'r- say you want to pet alter Ve8"el' Arrives taere.Depoilt.
\ a'i '.. H. ]'. IS. Hotanic Blood Hilm *
.c.rl1.lIrn"un ( i ___
o3f this afternoon to po to a funeral? I'rnnacola Ix>ilip, No. 3, K of P.,

b" a regular; meeting; ot 1 if it doesn't rain. now recognized! a- a certain andure I II I mfpti pvpry Monday errs Saf9ty BoxeR for Rent in ConnEction

;M"diLal Society atf Arkansaw Tra\eler. cure for Kczema. Itching Skin. Humors '' Ing at ';:") at I'aatle Hat with whloh we H&TF m 1'.hl'l Aunrtmtant for thA Uof ..
the blnunt Waoa
Hdalth otl'ceit i --
--- ---- --- '
:Scab-, :Scale.Vateiy Hlitprs. -- HulldlaK ini ft floor ;leutfir1'.
I 1.1' 12 and Stciiii3 (
.r1ty.\U. \ ,
His Threatened.
Sight 't VUltlnK breib.-en coroiwelaunied >
Punplps. Aching H-IIPM W
\ are corcallv
'hil'iClIlckiuJ I ut mouth my Joint. 1JI. Carbuncle1'rifki'ni; y ,'
1.H :. i II \ > t.
Pain in the! Skin, Old Katihg S"i i- H. HORSIER
> \V C. [)rWlaRY, year-oM\ boy waj |poat-tined l by
I'keretc.. Botanic Bin...I (II tin K. K.A K.
I'rerKleut. !iotlle weed or pi 1-1 lit. -.t} W. II HOME FREE !
I taken internally cures t Ii.,1 -- n.aiii -
h r.K.y : "Ht rub -I
Dibble, (Sums: City. la.
<>-t deep-seated: CI: e- by 'I.r 11'.1'

rvv.eury.GOLAYIKH i I bed the POHOII df hl- tiind li to hi-, punfv lug and vitalizing the bl aI it LaurelsAgain N WrI I'1n-''''tr' ('11' .I u '' .. ., 1 I.
.. : ; : !t\ i I' "TI.P.I
i eye-and fur awhile! ww"r.- ufrsicionl.1 I thereby! giving a healthy blood -IqI a ""wI .- .. 1 I'''.' '' t, ; .. .d

b't' \\ I".-.. hi- s.l lt. Finally-i t I [ply to the kiu. Hot.imc JUooJ P rim b I 'u..w t' .. I I t
D \\'Ht' .. I" the only cure, to stay cur' d. fur : 'r' ; .:. ,' ;. :'t .; .K. I
i recommended 'rhe
Peru tiTXMi'HOTItiRj .
uei.rl.hor .
awful. .,, ,
: Corn Meal Mills! i t\.Iicbtazr% : ( el I :S:the. The fir-t :,ppiiO.itloii tliee annoyingkm tr-'iib' Medal made Award the Gold I lit .' .w... .". I'I e', .,,"L ':' e .1. j.
rt'lii'H'. to .
but IS.U
Other reniedie-may ..
him and III a: few d O- 1 I. n t I ",'... u. h'" ,. .. 1 '..
helped .
: tlrt I
healev I' .t ,1 .rauL'u I',
: B. actually cures, I.--l- I
14 i h. wia* wetl j* t-ver. Forkin a I 11 show.n:. ". '.>l".I- I.> I
Prop s, and the rich glow of .
;give I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY w. a b1.Pirrr bins art 1
*, burr.-. -cal i dl'tacut! .
l' .l
Build- Its t.MWlt'q :- 'rl IIt. I
tl.e rkin. n
health to '" tie i '
; ,
i : ,.
DeWltt Witch H zeiSiUe "" I.fnI"I'
: "Hi'tP'xrfi I bite,
i ui-ect broken-down body and ni ik-'. the I t'r ;'r .r N,. .....I c t 1 f
'II- viMI rritKUKuUNiKKKII. -tie eiirf. Relievepile- .tl t a. I. .. ,
: i- Iwuri I 1 'n '* I, .
blood red and -Ding. E-I"j u- .
I . .. ,
of counterfeit- iri I II. t 4 .1
TUCK suer.lie virc WHISKEY i \I IE w .
advi-eti for chronic old cart: udoctor F t, I I RAI : 4.
Md.jney ._ rt'f .
John %
: ppard. 11o. '
Pharmacy, a .1 "
i '
'L' iHluntry, for tli*>re liMI : I -, patent Hlieinee and lot I '110)1 n .r. f"tr.,: w.. A w rr' I
lid! iluy your Meat anC Kahn .' .
we'r 's 'I \\
a w
A "t r lug .
}) lear n '
i fail I-ts. Gold
", .' Honif Maua'actnrer -prn.gj to cure. ru ;; !lled.1I&o ie? an di w .. L. /
tt : j' Bn
.orV' I. '
a r Ir "
) wl
"' ; I n.ouraqa borne Indai, To pronH.. K. B. cureample -.'tat \ OieaM awarded at ID a few day. Ilw. n I' p .....a nt' I' I. ..t.Lrrr t- -1'd- .1- It 1
1 '. >rut.a lUt. COIIIII1DDH]; Seasonable h ou seh old free and prepaid by writinz blood 8JId'Mdluato I Pail iaas I pae1 _. An Au.Ls W11Ilc, 'y rr .a7 'a ir.'tdrla.. I

oar. indirectly bcneflteainn Hilm Co. Atlanta, G-i. De-crib- ( ia9 I SALVONA SOAP CO. Car 12th PInE Sts.
iHinuuctur lot: and kitchen utensils at flu,.1 I ST. LOUIS, MO. i
medical itivicieht ii
trouble and free
f.iMf it labor \ OQ OW'

.r' to Y four n which support you live .a d''I I }\'illis\ Hardware Co.'s. I in -tMied letter sols By Damneisser Hros. I }i i

....... -

f. G "I iI" I i

These Vp 1 letters n p-e tnt what iirpn.ppr fee is to health and hanpine-, '.ij

for the man with a groat':1, stomach cannot \*- merry. g 41

-' } FOliE': .i+the'> "I' de; -tion. ltisi-oinp.stdofthrtth'es! i

each! kernel of w hi. a 'V'lta >- vt er'. o.-ment; nib>arv to the proper nourishment&ml

rlrf,!. : C : ttontunic.tton of ea uran of the body- b'erid.-d: with barley mjilt. the Lest l'
t ueM
s9 naturalregula In tl..- pro.-e,,- ?f manufacture Wh the wheat ant the malt

Ii ittt.. un-lerjro Ihe same ihemal rhar.jresasareliroiifrl.taloTit Burin? the- fir<'fstasre of

dvesti'-n in the healthy tomach. FORCFL" therefore, saves the Mon.ach much

o hard. work but still rives it surBoient exercise to keep it ia first-cla. condition 'j 1 1a
That's wJY! 1OUCE is the foe to iaUijigtiuo.



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it's room we want, and room we must have; therefore, betinnint SATURDAY, AUGUST 16th, our treat

; t eat 0e ODD AND END SALE ei tzi

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

';n} 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 EXDS of the Season's Business and MUST GO.


r .\.0 Patent Tip. French Heel . . .. .. .. . .. .. .. ?2i1: $2.50 Patent Leather Colonials... . .. . .. .. .... ...... .. .. ..now119fl $3 50 Patent Leather Vici- .. .. .. . .. .... .. .. .
154YiciKid. Beaded Colonials . . .. . .... .. ... 2u2 ?3. 4)YiciKidAllToe?. . . . .... .. .. .. .. .... .. .
rIoI'atentTipWelt, Extension Hole' .. . .. ... ...... ;3 02Oi 250 Patent Leather Beaded X-Straps . ...... .. .. .... ... .now 2 0'1 53.50: Southern Ties and .. .. .. . .. . .
Plain Sandal' French Heel . .. .... .... .. .. . .... 202 Congress 1&
...... ... .. .. .. .. .. .... ...... 250 . .. .. .. .... ... '
.. <. >JPat nt Leather: :and Vici KiJ* now 211 2.mi Strap Patent Leather .. .. .. .. .. .... .. ... ..... .. .. 167 gJ.touthernTies: andConFres.
.. .. .... .... .. . . .. ... .... ... .... .
.. ... .. ... .. .. .. ..... . ..... .... .. now'211 200Oue-strapPatent Leather .. . .. .. now 1 B7 |250 Vici Kid Newest Toe
tuJWelt. Extension Sole 2 00 4 Strap Vici Kid . ... .. .... ...... .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. 167 f 2.50 Southern Tie ViciKid .. .... ... .. .. .. ..... ... .
2 60 Patent \.jet. Kid .... ...... .. . ...... ... .... ...... .. .... .now I(4 1 5U Patent .Leather Colonials: .. .. ..... .... .... ... .... 1 14 $-.1"W Vici Kid, New Last: . ... .. .... ... .. .. ..
1 50 () and Tip ... ... ... ... .... .. .. .. ... ... .. 1 Is
f. :: '>II.\tentTlr.Turn Sole .. ..... .... .. .... ... .... ...... .. .. 1 fi9! 1.o2BattonBatt Fedora ' .. now l.50\.iciKid.CapTne".. . . .. ..... ... . .
: :: .::: .:::::: .: : : .::: : : .:: ::::.. .:: 9j! Plain Toe . .. .. .
and2-Button. 1.5OViciKid
.' 'UPatent'ri p' Vici Kid. ... .. .. .. .. . . . . I'7' I.1-25:.) 2-Strap Common :Sense Spring; Heels .. . .. .. ... .. . .. .. now now !.I7eI c #52 50 '.Velt. Drab, Liren . . ... . .. ... .. .. .

W l.WI'.1tentTip'ici Kid ..... . .. .. . .. .. . . .. . .now 112 I'; 11"> One-Strap and Common Sene: .. . . . . . . now IClll'J'; I| Tan Canvas*. . . . . . . . . ... ..
f 1 uO' Plain TOP Buckle and Bow . . . . .. ... . . ..nowc
.7 !i2iP.ttentTip. ViciKIJ . .. . . . .now C9c .on- Boudoir Slippers .. .. .. .. . . . . . . . ... now 3",cl I trIo". Otf on All Edwin Clan1! Oxford0 "


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


I' Feet Furnishers for Cash Only. "i> 102 SOUTH PALAFOX
_ __ __ __ STREET
- -- ------- ---- -- ---- ---:: -- -- -:=::- =---- --.....:....=.::-. -
01l101l10101l1l/0+101012/011. ;............................; ,
: fc L $5,000.00 .* t : .'G GREATEST VALUES", :
l : Worth of Summcr Merchandise ? J IX THE : ?

& .: to be Sold During this Month. .; AUGUST SELLING HERE IS YOUR G1IN I HISTORY OF THE STORE. :.. Great Clearance Sale

**..000001l0N0N00NWash -- !..........l.l.........0.S..

, Goods Department. CARPET DEPARTMENT. Embroideries and Laces. BIGIXXIXH

... .. .. .. .. ... .. ...
HALF PRICE IN KKSUHEI LAWNS. Velvet Carpet at. .. . .. 60c yard 1,000 Yards Emb. Beading, 5 and luc yard

Whit X-Kar :Mulin .. . . yard Brussels Carpet at. . .... .. . .. ... . .. .. .oOc yard 2,000 Yards New Emb.Edges
Fine White Hoods . . . ...luc yard Union Ingrain Carpet at. .... . .. .... .... .. .. .33c yard and Insertings . ... ..5 and lOc yard! Monday, August 11th "
l'i'jiie i. Tennis Flannel Gillitea Wool Ingrain Carpet at ... .. .. .. .. .. .... .... .. .. ;),>yard 1.000 Yards Torchon Laces 82: yard
Cloth.V'.van Madras: ... . 15c yard
On Counter. Rugs: 25 per cent (.t!. 300) Yards Black and White .AXI
Remnant Liueoleum at Half Price. Lice Bands (Fine Good) 5c yard

Summer Underwear. Lace Curtain, odd pairs, at Half Price. 300 Yards Linen Emb. and Inertings,
with Linen to Match, at Cot.Gents' .
Lace Curtain, Entire Stock at ilo per cent oil. DAYS.
:, i 111 nz. IfcidipV MPPVPP: \'nt--2for ;JCi'
". Iitz LadleSleevflfss Ye..t... SPECIAL ON MATTINGS.fc .
Hle a ehd .SlorlOc Furnishings.Men's .
2"> l'iz Lidi.>' 5>I''t'"t", This; mean a General Clearing Out of all Summ Oi, dNow -
Tip d I. J for ncI [ Bleached She Lisle each.Vests; :Sleeveless, is the time to take advantage tin: ale. awe -
Ollt. I.idlet.'t--Ieevpleos Ve tt..k ",
I 1" ; ) determined
are to have a General Cleamu. Ouin '
, Thr..aJ.I) : each t| :: Gent;' Straw Hat; at Half Price.
each and "
ESPECIAL SALES Every Department.
'i\u.I li'y- shirts: and Drawers : I II I :?
Hiibr. '' .;TIC suit
,;"i UIIL ::\11'11'llIrt": and Drawer lt, F F0 Shoes. I ;
It.elbti.t: ; 4-:;c suit : SPECIAL FOR MONDAY,!
! I Strong Point Oxford for Boy*".IIOW fl.60
Waist and Skirt Department. : LACE CURTAINS Ladies' Oxford:, $2uu. . .. . now $1.651 I

.-,1) .>*. \Viitf .V t'olnr"dPait\ *. .8-:>c each V Ladies' Htraps, $1.75.. .... .. $1.3> 10 Yards of Scotch Lawns for 30c.
IJ ";t. :MadraVut: -. .. .. . 5Uc each E:, -ANDRAPERY /'- :1 Ladies' Oxfords, $2 50 .. .. .. .now ?l.I S
., D 02. ('liilllbrVal..t* worth Ladies'Straps, f2.50. ..... .. .... now $J.9Men's (
*: ". u toll.T.;. fr.$1 each "i CURTAINS Dotted Swises in Colors, worth 2oe, now .. . i:: J:( I
% . . .. .... Low Quarters in Proportion.
Wsi.t! Duck :Skirt* oe each "
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% Stripe Grenadines, worth Sue, now .... .
I' C: tltr I .! Duck skirt: -,. were *1 "i" fc i
", V.l'ir) nl t Oiauibrv! kin*. $1 ,U. were $2 50NVw TOESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. $ Hardware.NEW Egyptian Tissues, worth 25c, now. ... . ... .. .. : ; Jf
Wool \\'1lkin1'kirt*.. .*:>.a ltn 7.50 '
. b .:s :ii ..;s -a-: : ::::-: STOCK ENAMEL PAINT.: Black Fizured: Swiss, worth 35s: now. .. .. . R?

Ribbon Bargains.All Hammocks, Single and Double, Latest -
,| << :No. lit OTalM.i Hibliun. lie yd JUilliaiu Joljnsou \ toit Patterns, Cheap. YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE
AIC'\ ."lor- :'\". 40 Talfeta Itibbou luc yd ) .
::.i' i Y and- raney Ribbon, a: . 5c yd Enamel Pate Blue and White, Big Stock r



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1---------- Thos. C. Watson & Co., 3 C a e n ( ( n R ( '
JUDCE J. C. AVERY AS REFEREE .\ primary election wa held in I the leading Real Estate Agents take ii CfEH rP
this county yesterday; fur r..ill.adcommi5 I. Managers. all the worry off the shoulders of the

DECIDES THIS HARD ;iollH, but very little inter- owners of property manage the ,
: .
,1\ 1'
i e-t was manifested, illustrated by i iiV-" \l'i' renting of their houses and the collection a.E .
FOUGHT CASE. of their rents a* conscientiously mrU
f the small vote polled.No
as they would themelves. )
':-i ii election was held at either P R. POUt .$ Their charges are very reasonable. .

i I I'.I-IIIII'IJ.. ,i- not an incorporated jirtcint or 20 and very few of the

t1t t .....1.. ltntardfi: \ught c.:\*e, which country precinct have ent in their ; .. ''" FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER.

't ",-Mil p''tiding in the circuit court I return, a* there wa uo provision 17 Vest LUrdencia Street. Orllce Phone 31.; Residence Phone,673.: 'Hotel I Camden TAUBAUTlit

-, .'., I in February was; h-j decided for pay of returning ollictr*.
I y't.'r.1 ,y by Judge J. C. Avery, refj I The city precincts and the few I l'\\JlH\: ALAIJA.MA. "

..>- I c )uutry precinct heard born sLew l \ FLED FROM THE COURT SESSIONSIX Is Now Open to the Public, It',

flu July ;l. I K'l, an election was I that Hon. Jetleron B. Browne Las DAILY MENUS a'

I .1.| ''111 it wa<< decl.irtil that thet a majority in this county of 127. I POOR FARM HOURS lONG under the management of ...
Comprise all ti ( '
w.a"ha'.rrorat.Iunicil'l\ The vote thus far reported ,taud _- ..
wu '
Date Dihc* the \1,
MRS. S. g
,"lhcl'r"H'rt': << fleeted, ordinances a* follow: It was shown by the county physicians The longest sesion of the city court ketof the W : ..1 ri':

li--*4 and the work of Precinct. Browne. Day. report lat nlht that there held for some time was that of to- of Penacola; Florida. Atflld. A.

: reNpnut l bc;:un. 3.. .. .. ...... .... .. ..12 1 were three inmate missing from the day. It was called to order at b:31J .;
4...... ..... .. .... ...... 6 RATES -- <<
SIJnw ..f lh"! citi7fiH, however C. _. .. ...... ...... ...10 6 rt&uUr number, and an interesting o'clock this morning and continued REASONABLE, ;>-
.. ...... .. .... ......22 I Ladies' Private p
CJultt't that: the election wa; not 7 1 story has: developed therefrom.The until 2 o'clock this afternoon.An By the Day, Week or Month. ;
12.. .. .... .. ........ ....0-1 A
legal and in the niumof: the state, 13.. .. ..... .... ...... ..55; 57 female inmates one day: last adjournment fur one hour was Table Furnished with the Bet the Dining Parlors :
t' .ruah! tie! attMnej. eneral. 14... ......... ... .... .71 43T week acquired a sweet tooth for Market Afford a
: ;.. .. ...... ... ...... ....51 37 then taken and at 3 o'clock wa5again 11I(,.
brought suit against ll. P. Henry, ,17.... ... .. .. .. .. ...15 3 I iiiI I watermelons. Following this up called to order. Public Patronage Solicited.Free -- .-:
i.isyor, requiring tint he show by Total .... .. ...-;K->5 -17-? they stole into a nearby patch and Uogan and Whorley, who are Sample Rom I Regular Dinner Dally, **
what, authority, he held the olllce. began to regale themselves the .
--- -- ou charged with being accessories aftera _. 4
the! cae wa* taken before JudgeI. LOOK PLEASANT, PLEASE. I lucioiis fruit. While doing so they fact, have both furnished satisfactory Men.Sunday Rate Made to Traveling .

J. Reeves "f the circuit court but Photographer C. C. Harlan, of were seen by tl.e owner of the property security and pending intervals Short Order* Prompt" ||_
Eaton,O., cau do "o now. though for )'I/Ipd. lit:hi Ir Hal
h* being a reideut and propertyhtllrr years couldn't, because be sutfer- I who threatened them. of court sesions are allowed to walk Ka

.il DeFuuiak by consent ed untold agony from the worst formof Ths women vaulted the fence with about the streets. Neither' of them Entertainmentand K,
indigestion. All physicians and will talk of the case against them. If It'sHometb!!)? \j( n tf I ,
J ",11 avery \\"alamed a* referee. failed him till he surprising swiftness and ran through
( medicines to help The last witness examined this afternoon JOB wlsli. you'll) i M
The cake fa been pending since tried Electric Bitters, which worked tte woods. They did not return to Dance &
was special officer < \
such wonder for him that he declares Ray who Nick Apostl t
a li-t tVliruary. C. M. C.ox representing they are a godsend; to sufferer I the poor farm and the next thing gave mainly hearsay testimony

the state and S.: K. Gulls the from dyspepsia and stomach : heard: from them they were at Me- against the two defendants above -AT- Popular Restaurant
trouble Unrivaled for dieaes of
f named. Borne Magnolia: Bluff: .
in tyor. the Stomach, Liver and Kidneys. David: station making their way very strong points kV
-- build and give new life to were given by this witness, however,
They up northward with Monday 18th 1902 \
Alabama as the objective August ,
CONSUMPTION THREATENED."I the whole system. Try them. Only against the pair. r 1lwi1iw)
I wa* troubled with a hacking oOc. Guaranteed by W. A. D'Aleru- point. It Is said they are At I o'clock this afternoon all the under auspices of

cou,,:h for a rear: and I thought I had berte, druggist. bound for Henry county, where one city witnesses who were not allowed St. Branch !d
Anthony's No. 160
C. 211 I will repair watt :ea
C'lDsumption gays Huger CONCERT"AND DANCE AT of them has relatives. They were to leave the clerk's room, were fur- yonr J.
_ Maple St., Champaign, Ill. "I tried MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY nished with ham sandwiches, which C. K: & J.. OF A. Jewelry in first-class H) .d
a great many remedies and I was under walking.If Stephens.
the care of physicians for several NIGHT. TRAINS AT S, S:30 AND were eaten with great enjoyment. '
t- m nths. I used one bottle of Foley's 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT you are lositg appetite, lying They had been shut up in the room : TIIIISP'tatioa. Esc
honey and Tar. It cured me"and I 11:50. TICKETS) CENTS, AT awake nights, take Hood's Sirsaparilla for three hours and were naturallyvery Save \ by !'UTI' :
have not been troubled since. DEPOT. -it's just the tonic yon need.Foley's hungry.It The purchaser of each ticket will D1U11CJ your / < :-

proposed to conclude have a chance at the elegant prizes. ture at tIaraton $ <'ltnaa
Foley's Honey and Tar TI 11,e I B e ci t price mattresses ever sold for here.O. the. Honey and Tar this afternoon, so far as the for There the will best also lady be handsome and gentleman prizes Great Furniture -Empf' No i
suns colds, prevents pneumoa M. Pryor. opl/JJes. J city is concerned. dancers. rium.J .


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