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:
September 1, 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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Soldiers Are to Shoot and Shoot to'

.\\ L :h Speculation as to 1 t

1\\agnate\i I:;Special to The Daily X>''vs: 11 Special to The Daily News. Kill. 1

Morgan's Plans. Atlanta, Aug. 3u.-James Craig 75vtars ) Titan Ga: Aus 3ft Judge!; Henry I II' 1t

old one of Atlanta's pioneer citizins R. Pepplps, of Nashville, convened a -

ranged himself at Ms home. I':>. special term of Herrien county courtin t !!

--- -- -- ---- 11" South Pryor street, yesterday Tifton to try the five negroes ''iTiftor Special to The Daily News. j jIN i

: .dr! News: j I -OHM time betwetn: 9 o'clock iu the : Jail accused of selling! whiskv

'."'uing and 3 o'cloi in the atter- without a license.! These negroeswere Tamaqua, l"a., Aug. 3t1.tril. lead FOUND DEAD
,;" -Tr.e al.j; : ".:1 ':.n !| NEGROES TURN coon. Hf was fo-and at the latter 'long business: In a negro suhirb ertiH'tlt from door to door in th

'; lime linni nn'! :-i I I hour suspended by the neck from a just! outside the corporate limits and Panther Creek valley last night!

'I. Atlantic 1._ of of the places spreading the news of General Gobin ? BED :
llI' mall hemp ropf to the top of a door were proprietors some \

'I.n: ,; the British .JI. = i ii. I If TO DEMOCRATSRULED opening from his room into anotherroom raided IT ciiirens: last Monday. stern warning and his Instructions t. I ..
the to shoot and shoot to kill
such legal
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'.I.'.ii ::cins' ultimutt piat.orernwent'a .- I Gdlther, a negro, who cooked talent a they were able to secure in if molested in any That
the wired to Albanyfor the words of the commanding officer OLD BLACK MAMMY IS AS-
," a<< fur )!r. Craig, was the first personto Tifton, negroes
., thc 'ia'II"'I' OUT OF STATE CONVEN MM,over the body When I;er- a lawyer who came down on the have had at least a temporary effect

in! pus went Into the house at 5 o'clock: early morning train. Couit convened was shown this morning;: when the PHYXIATED.Special .
..: d tats'went of the preK I BY REPUBLICANS.Special troops es-coited several hundred nonunion
TION yesterday atternoon to prepare supperfor at 9 o'clock with a large attendance.
a-sf-mbiing of parlid the old gentleman, he went into All of the nernes: pleaded mc-n to work without being molested

..:.i-d I with Intense mte.' Mr. Craig's room to see him abo!!tsomething guilty hut one, the cases being in any way Companies E andF to The Daily News. t.

,.- -l..11 meat already taa.d to The Daily News: and found him hanging: bv very plain! against; them. The fineswere went out at daybreak with their
'. Charlotte N C.. Aus 30.-:Mary
mat the go\ernmerit been assessed by Judge Peoples as guns loaded and their best marksmenon
the door. He tad apparently
,.'iii>l''t,- and that the au- Greensboro N. O. Aug. SO-As a hours. follows Gus Small accessory to the tlank. When the soldiers Sampson an ant..- f.luw! negro mammy -

,i "- all ready to mal,.. an ft- result of being ruled out of the He- dead Wren for found several there was tied aroundhis selling, $100. or 12 months in the passed the crowds of strikers on thestrict highly respected by all who knew

ult'rmualaln"t: th'1 publican! state convention! the negro deliberate! turned their backsto her, came to an untimely end last
neck a linen handkerchief andover chaining: ; Richard Allen, accessory, !. delegdtt-s have launched a campaign night through unfortunate acci
: -wndicatInquiries them. However there was nc
this a small hemp rope. At the filtH( or 12 months in the chamgang;
Pre in the he tqltartt.s against Senator Pritchard, and it u .
\ :- hooting jeering.Supplementing
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other end of the rope was tied soru'ely Tom Talmadge. accessory $::00. or dent.Mary
indicate that this freely predicted that they win have econvention : his order of lavt came ta Charlotte from Wilmington .
Th.s.t: In the chaingan Ben
hy a small wooden peg. : 12 months ;
nil nt is not true. The gov- of their own for furthEr andthe principal, piffled guilty and night General Goliin bass irf'ttPd1': % last night to visit her "white
the door slp.
thrown over >
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cairjiiiig out their plan to defeat folkV. II. Taliaferro. at the Ut .
l.ahad io deal with so many a00 12 months in the jor Gcarhait: in command to arrestall
door was then closed which prevented was given; $ or '
Pritchard in his race for the s-enate. ter's invitation. It was late when
1 awl cnnllutinK interests thit.ot women and girls who insult tht-
the from slipping. !tappears chair.gang in one case, the warrant !n
They have held a mating her rope the old arrived and she
woman retired -
alile to dc'finitT'lvn The opinionseems
beta tromps in
\ any way.
: that the old gentleman then the other bwn? held up on his signing : t
action. In and denounced the state chairman for the otheereand immediately stating in reply
a plan of spiteoplaattion to prevail among :
out of thehfStnesS
which he had to stay
rbair. in an agreement
climbed! in
them. H. H. Taylor a a to that she knew how
unseating a question to
to a ge-i- i.. ritbens that the lull In the noting
placid two books, and attaching 'h.rope The case against ?
well Inforn wealthy negro from Warren county short time The turn off the gas.
>!\ scheme will !at hut a
threw hims'fout payslip, Mr wife was none prossed
his neck he
to :
consider this to IJQ says he would be in favor of lynching ho-\ similar + I II fa'-f that more nun wept to work to This morning the old woman was:
chair No know on areemfrREPUBLICANS:
1 "'ly! solution on then a negro who would] now rote the of the ore lay than yesteday is not rak-'ila'ed foun.1 stiff and cold! She had turned

> ions distribution of Kepuhlicaa ticket. He predictedthat long he had been hanging thenhefo p" I --' tu 111111'0th(. temper of the htnkrs. the gas too far off and had openedthe

'ltlJt.: not In liehalf of the negroes of his countyouU he was found by the servant at TOMAKE ,' valve, the deadly element filling

!1..1; companies. The vote the Democratic ticket in the con a'eloek. but it seem that he bad bf-'i the room and lIhpiuling! her. HerSOB

i-Mstance will take ing election. dead for some time, as the body wa PANTHER CREEK REGION QUIET. is: a proijiihint regro |ph}slci.l11 t
The antl-Prtchard movement cold when it was cut down.A FIGHT of Mac.on.
'i--sion, there being .
ition to straight among the negroes promises to spread scrap of paper, on which l' Men Reporting For Work Unmolestedby
over the entire state, and it is freely scrawled "God bless my boy" w'i- Strikers.

predicted that a majority of the blacks the only word of parting which hr CHAUFFEURS
r that Mr. Hal- Special taThe sews. Shenandoah Pd. Au? 3u-General:

will Include a who are qualified to rote will oppose Tart New Decatur, Ala. Aug. 30.-Ilt'puJ. Gobin's report from Major Gearhartthis

!tact: Carvadianiiadlan the senator Of course this means .lames Craig was one of Atlanta ? /lican politics in this cour.t>. are aisum- i niornin! ? was to tie effect that MUST CO SLOW

Pacific an easy victory for the Dcniociats. old* st and best known citizens, HP ing an iatefeitir.s pharo, it having exetvthlnij wan quiet in the Panther

,.rtlcii>dte, but The white Republicans who unseat came to Atlanta in tt.arly fifties live I been: decided to put a full county tick Creek region More men repoitt-d Special to The Daily NuNVvv \\9.

'untie, as ante ej the negro delegate at the staticonvention : 'from GlasROW. Scotland and had death et in the field! and the chances are for work there he says. than on another :.. : \oiYi.Aiis: ::. '!" .In or' "', to pro
seem to be unconcerned here up to the day of his tragic that a heated acd vigorous campaignwill previous morning and riontw
ry. The indi(1 trad tret the puliiic against recklrss chauf
." more to the at the defection of the negroes They HP was a pattern maker by Itthf result though there is re molested! by the s-trlktrB. fens the long I Island Highway Protective -

'ue Atlantic lines claim that the Republican party !in and for over fortv-two years was Atlantic em- but little likehh.iod: of the republicans In Shenandoah alld1l'lnlty everything ,',it-ty! has been int'orporat".1by

tn combine. the south is hotter off without the nn plny-ed at tht'I".t..rn I'nn.prh1 and; capturing any of the county otfice coutinufs nuirt. and it is generally :: several leading presidents of I.() ..rJslar.d

f.s which may be pro and that hi.-, place' will hi- taken &hnihtrv hf was ... ore at this time is they are too weakin ,I e\jp ted here that an attempt The principal office of the

a combination of !hy white \oier.; During the state of thr- most :t'ltul mp'ovfHP IIf thriftvanil numbers without the aid of many i will lx made to open the St. Nicholas society will be in Oyster Bar

..101 Eider Df-mpsti-r convention om while Republican statd waa hard wo-kci a man atone recruits which they hope to secure I m:n. m'vt Mnuda or Tuesday :.::! Townsend Scndd. former ipnvsentative
luhitaiii) was
nonic.1 ;
,K.> in the Himli:: hB nn the floor that the negro hadhp..n i !I from the ranks!: of the Democratic par paiations bur work of ,'tine sort ; who \t c-ounsel for the socletv -

i cvit'ssine: Ih"III.1 a hint> of death to the Republic! Mrir: rt'u.iir'd! tiltaclbof: I t> on account of the factional fUnf are goiiiK vn.I said the purpose IIr the orsani/.l- I

an party in the -outh .- which has etc. th i I e
just come to a in s
IU til- 11I1101lTill'r" i i } tlon was to oopemtt: with the author- 1

':'ving Mian allaxitu I TYRUS CAPTUREDAT state between Jek and .lohi.ston i HIS YOUNG Itit-8 in en'ordnie the 911<>*d limit law,

: the .\merirai ;ii.l; i ASHLEY I Many of the sUppoiUrs of ex-G iv. not only a.- affecting automobiles: but :

r'. 'tatand! : the gon \ i iI I:I JOSH J error Johnston are quite sore o\<'r i iI I also" the rei'kless driving of fast

>- >n t ,"'itighh "ti r JACKSONVILLEto : the d'ftat of their choice for Foyer WIFE MURDERED horses Queens aril Suffolk rnun

it it \'. 'n!i nut 1, are a sot, P SNOWED UNDERSpecial I rot and in Republican circles hereit tit.a: hn said had spent! |.ll.iMM,000 on

'.i illt\ the xisting COM I is\f' that many of these Jonn- -- roads and they had! teen ma useless I

: uI! 'lIia1 dt-d unlt'!!!. to"ou .ial to The Daily N ws. ton tntII11I affiliate with the Repuu- Special to The Daily News for pleasure driving by reason of rode "
If mar tll' mt'nthnt'.1 limns. since the negro is: to longera lees chauffeurs and men who like li ,
to The Daily News.Oharlfton Jacksonville! ,' Fla A'lg ''" -(loldipTyrus Corinth. MiAIK :;:0 -CirWhit.
ff ,iit'usilln at the re tat tllr in Alabama politics. sped fast horse If was the pur-
"-. i wanted at Cairo Ga., for killIng field, who works forV, T. Adams .
: S C. this 'Citizen"
For this
.'ra'i'n" wtrvery reason mainly, perhaps pose 11top these practice In the in-
the town marshal of that place went home at Ii i o'tInckiMerdiy' 1
t. ,I wIth! rt1'shippir. Josh Ahk v'. \1.Il'i'on county, the leaders of the Republican partyin t"rHt of man and women who like to
't t.llIIg I -::111'11lIf'r and who stepped out of the state legislature i and seriously wounding two other this rmtctysay they will nominatefor e\ening. 1 mile south of town. and dn\.., but who have Men forced -to J i
white mon has been arrested herein f und the drab body of his young wife
,f Iht> ?t'utlldl I ricer'unbttlun. to make th" race for renal >r county oi(ers their very best take the Mile roads or eke give up i
a house on Brilge street by six the floor with her headj
: po stretched on
from his rnuntv. has been completely men-men of th highest intepniyand
,' ,..: J 10 a their i-'i j-iiff
of t;oAsoeiat. snowed under and this unique licemen.Tyriis. morality whom are respected by i bloody and mashed and her clothes f
was! In bed when surround i indi< atinc another 'crime worse than
character In South Carolina politicswill ail! regardless of political affiliations. S
ed and taken and did not have a ; death Thth riff with lilondhnuniis ELEPHANT ASIA
ni-r not think that the be retired to private lifeAshley The going into effect of the m-*
in chance to reelft. a'.though heavily and a posse ot fiti/'n. are out warcn
is leaver got Into the legislature state constitution has sealed the nf'gQ's I
tan" ut going
to I Senator Tillman's and hiscandidacy armed. He came here to his broth for Ing for the criminal! '
I'Mmercy of the ship- early days political doom in this county AFFLICTS SAMOA
was at first looked uponas er's }ton.'bert he was capture: ah time to come and reading:! that he ia -- -. .. ... .
>II It'r tni&t The dis I a joke: He made a phenomenal He admitted; at the police station that I no longer a potent factor in P -puMic i SAVED TRAIN i
''i';e i muish now in many
he hot of the but would
one men
.. Great i run, hnwl'and was elected ea.ilv. I an politic! a> Le was in former davehe '
inpiroVhile I-
talk but very little He will be held! Sp. i ul to The Daily News.
Since that time he has been reelected is ma tnp: in political: < .re lea and
i ct want a -ommercial This he decided to for nmVers: from Georgia I ; FROM DESTRUCTION I Stanford '
T'tru-d; States, she will your has taken a back seat ral. Aug 30.-
', seek higher honors. with a view', it is Vernon Ljman Kellogg! head of the t
'fin! :tely being: shut our
lean tariff wall whiU said, of runniiig for congress in 1:Iii I, TOOTH OF : MANNIE PRICE ---- ck'partrapnt of rnt>mology, who joined iDr.

!t. nice for American tra.l.l'l11l..d ',1' also had his eyes on the governor: I t'pt"clal to The News Gordon on his trip to Samoa, has
chair but his aspirations are knock" I *
returned to the university i
Kin -tnm. The Ral.-ich] : x'r Aug :30 -An employs -
taliatory dolls is not In the head Ashley was defeated by i MASTODON FOUNDSpecial IS CAPTUREDSpecial at a cotton mill near Fayetteville with him many specimens of ga and 1
John K. Hood, one of the loading law'. 1
: Island life to be addd to the National -
yesterday morning saved
as many people Ira- a pasengfr ?-
I rf'rof Anderson and a former mayor : I Museum at 'WII hlnrton. 1.
I is' no reason why th-1 train on the Atlantic Coast!

: markets should! be I of that city.... I to The Daily News. to The Daily News. Lice from dashltf' Into a burningand His roast! special: work In Samoa. r
'i i ,-1' goo: .!: on a pr"'ft'"j' Rir! ::l: hat11' \ii .; < -WoK.; : Folkston, Ga:. Aii!o:. 3If-:Mannie falling trestle He saw the fire however from a practical point of t
and rushed toward the station. The ,view was his filiation of th. i
V\V haIoPE'n asleep men while nr.n'"s t*" iron or<> killed:! William Bronson
\ OFFICETO Price, who amine
train was behind time, and was .-t- fa'laria.: a wormlike animal, living ton
i long time, but when vein: at S-rh: : mir! ''. It" ri:ilibelow! superintendent at Cocomo, Fli., I g

\"'if.:,-a had better look the city, a ;::rp3' t" ith was discovered on Aug. 17 and escaped was. capturedhere ting up a great speed to make it up ( mosqultn and producing in humankind J
CUT EXPENSES : s ,' h low" when the man made frantic signals the dread skin disease el't!
It wa" In fluinrt:> : f et yesterday by three men.
'. 'r 1'urnesv, who hast the urfac and i :t",1iat..lnh"f' He will be returned to Cocomo as These were barely in time to avert phanta 'a.. Almost half the native II
population of Samoa is afffted with 'J.
'" the possible head the ore The tooth is I'\f trifled andiron soon as extradition papers have been disaster. '
this disease
': financial syndicate ore has: taken the place; of the perfected
Special to The Daily! News.British .
I imrotuse the Cunardi enamel and rand has replaced the i I, Summer Complaint

of a British ship War Office to Cut Expenses. hon substance of the roots. Th" I H not always brought about by Shake Into Your Shoe

i l'IIt! at similar posM- ,London. Sue: :!:0 -One of tae resui" tooth is ;:o perfect that it requires no For Over Siuy Years change of air'and water. The "stay- Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It

,,>* in his speech be- of the! report of the committee on expert to tell! what it is. It is an I WlSSLOW'9 SOOTH>HVKUP bat at-homes" are just a.* susceptible to cures painful, smarting, nervous feetand
boon nsed for over sixty years by mlllionsof diarrhcei due, generally, to overeating ,
,'t -"'ip meeting at Manbe army education was the scheme of enormous thing. 71 i inches long by 3 ; ingrowing nail, and instantly:
mother for their children while teething, as unripe fruits, etc.; and
was addressing: a the war office to reduce the expenses Inches broad The find Is a remarkable i with pertect success. Itsootbei the child drinking ice water ; all accompanied takes the sting out of corns and bun

:.g he was not so out.'hI' of cavalry officers so as to enable a one. softens the gamsallays all paincaret wind I i by painful bowel discharges ; and, if Ions It's the greatest comfort discovery

leading shipowner man to live on 11,000 per annum b- colic, and Is the beat remedy for Diarrhoea 'I not checked, results seriously. Perry of the age. Allen's Foot- if
sides his the present minimum almost cost for the It will relieve the poor little snnerer im I I Davis' Painkiller is the only purely 1easy.
pay. Ease makes
tight or new shoes feel
BO dato make reliable 25 and &)(!.
being about :23.000. The wan officeproposes F FUlUltUtUr mediately. Sold by Druggists In every part I remedy. _
om for new stock. of the world. Twenty-are cents a bottle ) it is a certain cure for sweat- t
:n at virtue of Burnett'st to furnish messes and quarters THE SANTA UOSA
0. )[. Pryor.CONCERT. I Be sure yon ask tor"M Wlnllow's Booth' ing, callous and hot, tired, aching i
.. ': purity.. It is real i for bachelor officers at the governments log Hyrap" aad take co other kind. Slat BATHING: ESTABLISHMENT feet. Try it tO-el'ry. Hold by all

X'Ict and nothing but va- expense" and to furnish a druggists and shoe stores. Don't f
AND DANCE AT gulf is
Ii I Bathing in the warm waters
," t, BlIro..lllckleofallkinds full field kit to each officer. The above accept any substitute. By mail for
Alwavs ueI the MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY MEAT & MALT has a marvelous I conceeded to be the finest in the 2oc. in !stamp?. Trial package FREE.

concessions will greatlyrelieve NIGHT. TRAINS AT S, 8:30 AND dieteticvalue.T; bile refreshing and I world. Everything for pleasure with Address, Allen K. Olmsted, LeRoy,
officers and are i Good board and
strain on the poorer safety. lodging, by
: 9, LAST TRAIN RETURN AT pleasant to take, it helps assimilation I week. Luncheon N.Y.
expected to result in the entry amore the day or prompt ---- --- ---
7' .' '"/ crab nets at the efficient if not so fashionable, 11:3). TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT of food. Bold byDANNHEISSER ly served at all hours, day or night. O A.TOF1.Z4L.Bears i[

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-- the service. After Sept. 1 an extra charge will After Sept. 1 an extra charge will Bare ; ;

l : The best for the be made for sending out dinners. be made for sending out dinners. Kidney CUTS .
\o'1rp k sold here. ___
S e price ever Short orders at present prices. Short orders at present prices. J
'J O. M. Pryor's Fur- Try THE NEWS Want column ; it Twentieth Century Restaurant Twentieth Century Restaurant. makes kidacys anj bUd&f tfg 4. Try THE SEWS Wantr. Coillmllr :
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., N months after the patient has apparently been cured.

"., FOR CHILDREN---The above, directions are for ordinary adult cases. For small children and very weak people the dose should
be reduced accordingly. Ordinarily, one-half the above dose should be used in such cases.

)l NO DANGER---There need be no fear in taking the medicine as it is perfectly harmless and may be drank like water. Jn severe

t.J..., cases, one and two bottles have been given at a single dose; and babies three and four months old have been treated successfully with
; it in cases of cholera infantum.g5B .
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Symptoms j 1 Visits Several Cities In State of Ver- : ABOUT THE "BLUES" MISS ROSE OWENS

.' e cauv.: Stimulants and cathartics will nevercure indirection.p i rnonLVL I ,

''r : ruilyrplieve the "ysttm but th next meal clogs it a ain. The 1 1f I I I Wincsor, A.g. 3'J.-I'rt'sldent What Is known as the "Blues'is No. 720 Seventeenth St.. WASHINGTON D.zj
T'e digested. Tbe nfJurishment-llcaltb-strength seldom
it contalnir occasioned by actual existIng -
,ruled-absorbed by the system. r'O: ti-.lay n'Min.t-d: tis tour i>f
: 1 Nt w England. ( rofatins from New ,, external conditions but In the 'If every suffering woman If you are a suffering woman -

KODOL i nainpshire to Vermont.In great majority of cases by a disorder has ttu same experience with we Mould say to von
ed LIVER_ Vine of Cardw that I had, Wine of Cardui seldom
Children i I the latter state- he will s( ecd to- -
your medicine will be most ____ fails to completely cure any
purifies, cleanses. strengthens and sweetens the stomach liay. Sur.jRy anti :MonJajaptakin,; THIS IS A FACT popular. About a case of female ills. We say
This discovery digests all of fcod I to.lay at vamoiii points and this year agoI it failito
Thrive new : and assists which: may be &mOtBttlted begin to have a worn out i emphatically never
the etomacli and digestive organs: in assimilating aad : evening tt) the biimnu-r home of _Se:' tires feeling with lassitude K ot'ndit. Everyday hundredi -

transformrid! it Into the kind of nourishment that ii I retary of Lhe Treasury Shaw at by trying a course ofTult's paint in the back and head k of sufferers are writing

onlinic taken UP by the blood and fed to the tUsues throughout Thornpim Point. In I.ala" Champlain.I I which kept increasing every to our Ladies' Advisory Department. I
th6n.riou"or ans Cf the body. Kodftl cures Indigestion The letters art
month. I felt that 1 ceeded
The 'sirfmt will! ke the f
W nA f\\ and dyspepsia thus removing the cause of all stomach I p guest ) I something, but to get the j oj' ned by persons competent
ftUUUI troubles. KoJol fives such strength to the body thatit 1 .
is invaluable in all wasting diseases. | that Sunday will hi* spent ble. I finally decided: on r -. Jones was cured by follow! ,

thtclt yon for what Kodot basdone for me." writes ClIttonGlrton CantU In! : as a day of complete rest Windsor. your Tine of Cardui and only needed to log the advice which was freely given
.f Asp-pslanfur f v rytiling elM Lad flUed. When I trlud KodalIt haloid mtliCMfully the Ladi& Advisory Depart
White Rlvtr reher
I rfCommTiil It." j Junction Iontl'pler! and They control and regulate the LIVER. take three bottles when I was fully by
fl. H 1 Burlington arp the places btre he i covered ment. -Mus Owens was curea without
Kodol What You I ?
Digests Eat. '
They bring hope and bouyancy to the aIvke\ by just buying a 11.00 bottle of
Dt Wltt.t Co..CbL'"ICO- The II bottle contains'S: times ai much ftjy actualrfmenttasthe i i Bchfduled to stop on the journey in Mm lioce Owens, who
mind. health and Wine of Cardui from her and
1r They bring elastic- druggist
mt> ; trial blze which sfllsfor5ic. Vermont todayLATE [IDIIEX a refpousibla portion in !
ity to the body. I takmjr this great medicine in the privacy
I Government service at
tbe f
[[ Earig Risers muus little liver ( constipation. b"t thorou.-b. They ne er grip* i TAKE Washington: I). C.. decided to
SCHEME. animation, treatment or neoochoirt'o
i :i P "-prard.Har: i Pharmacy Sidney Kami.Pl I try Wine of CarJui million she male a vise You: Lave read what these two
a women
-- I Combined and Ocean Telegraph You can get house havecureJ women have written. Is this not
Lightship your been relieved of female weakness by this

Nebriskan Dies. II .-!, .-lll.f ( 11!<-... !: Station. furnished complete at Mar- same; Wine t/f Cardui. It i* not a rid enough! of sufferirg to k'ad ?you to determine to be

Vis :? .-AlfrM! {). A faniuu LnUi.Mi artist m.---ts! : tlif :\; [ I'IIdon.n SO.-Oce of the latest I strong medicine but may be taken every
I ston $ Q1cin' payments the with August 13. 1900, Mrs. W. II. Jones
1'--t podmaster and' <'h city Lit.- it- OWl vculiir .Jor; J Er.JJs: scivrr. Is the proposwl in- day in year by any woman ,
monthly. benefit. It dues not force resulti: but of Cameron }!o., writes:
\. :. .isltaV: first tInt a >tra.uftT i-.n: :-01..1'1\ a (-lty"thCrit i, iHallaUon of a combined lightship awl weekly **
Hul..r.1 corrects Jiranjements of the menstrual I suffered terribly at monthly period*
: t. I l.l.iidf| ."lor of the entue 1 his home ; i| ocean telegraph: station l'iO ruiloj, wet organs. It strengthens the uenoussjsteui for three years. I would sometimes go for

i'- He clime to I Tliciv is truth in hi- rcuiurkh.Vluu I ot the l.iard gives tone to the bodily functions seven months with no flow at all. Now

".:'. and a 5 par Hn i a rdii;'t'i' entcis. Muiikh, thi're is :i It Is sujigwtfd that a veuewl l provlde -. BEST FOR THEBOWELS acts directly on the genital I have my health back again and am

.> site on \hat is hlmllK of lI.iI!:.\ 1 1VUV! It"--11 i with a powerful drchght. projt- organs and ii the tntit: tonic for "-omen expecting to be confined /inuary.. I

i'U8Ht Jed portion I -wwtish. jt.1 iiuusciit t.OI'f! \ I s the clouds mark the i'osJuof : : known to the science of medicine.WlM cannot praise your medicine: enough." .

uut :it all uj|>Icis.iiit to u IxYr I _i-i. -i-.5 _i- .r.I -
M 'hf same timf ne I the station at night The W.rt.
Afu-r .1 dai (Obtmaetcr. Two I It"!'ji plant is to l>e powerful t-ai I i. \
t1 :lrkl'4l. but afli-r thf btnin :cr \(\ !\ I f II &.TI 11 A i..11' hIttijr miirrmrnt. of the WINE of CARDVI have found relief in
command the fair of tinhat.. rt:1 1 r .M. b K 1&
A.I- injured by a fan to way ij t. ry y ) > ep, j'1 Wine of
Uiv do the stut'11 is ili.:tiiict in his I to WI ,", n.c' / tI.1 M f j
111'1 "r fully 'O\'pr.I.: IJoI'I| and exrhaugo rte\\s and u'.i, a I..t I' .rj "I ,t. c. ni?< 1 1 II tb- -u- -
11:fiiniiv ; it everts: a pell; it urut-s luui ,.1. .. .t.fl4I''n '''>) j( kr,liut; the build'
II ; tu drop his work to take the ut
: sucreeii. it is iropo.d ofstalilioh CANDY

--_ I II ttfsiuiMiip.Ve have nut ln-oii in )1u'l a number of such bhi(>i- .1:' ug CATHARTIC
I lilt Ii iVr et-veutt'eu yo.ars, lout that ;;\ TRY Til US' WIT tij UMN} I
.\ ;ng Still Goes On. hlll'l1 haunt.-- us btill. 1'ans luis u ]>oindividiiiil -I the {'(last. It Is thought That. they

Aug. 3f .-Not with- tiihiit-iy odor; i his I.uii- I will be particularly! valuable in < ..e

, .' .\ ,'onh' nr.. 1'.s I.en 11011, so has lie-din MI has Dresden. I transmission of rcettrological r- ]p ,.t..

\JI\; or Cariile'tIie beit 1 lst"lI no doul't his its own !sunL1 i and storm warDln! 's.

,' aljwell of the Cuai- wtiK-li ihi''Lly n-sjuxtatie, rathtruu TIME TABLE.

..1 DLP romnany. repreti '.t.\.. with a fcii-iiicioii of old t'atuil'eockroadit's. I At'anta Boy Lost In tne Woods.

,. striking! hnemea: anJ CrandonVis.. Au?. 3i tt.-Gt'orl"1Iloughtou LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IN .

", r, t.ts looking to a set- i Jr.. son of George Houghton EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY EFFECT DfcCKMBKK 1, Iwul
..', raUtnl'. utrnt. Ta.t,. Gi'A. DoGnod5rTrrbH -
L.. telephone strike, the Unit ( mil ll<--.-tub I.... Ice.Tin of Atlanta. Oa. and grandson ot .ac'n *-n. IVnkrn ,t ..rll" 1\1. and M rrDtti : New Orleans and Mobile.
Geori f< Houghton. of Milwaukee who .r b.i. Write fur free nautili eu 1 booUtt m _
''ontinued theIr work l1c\ iI'calls attention ? braltb..loIr"-- t.3STtKLIMl -- ----- ---- ---- -
t!. '! put a iare number of to an iutiTLi-tii,' t-\i>lau.itiuu of the hats been lost in the woods near Stone RtHHrf (tllltlU StW TORt ;o.IJ, I t'oO.6. o.%. ;I, I I No.3. No.1. No.5.
7:15 a I 12:1:1: m 1Itt Lcave ..... Pf'Ducola __.Arrlve I 6:00\ 4 I I hlO
and lake, about 3 miles from here. was RPiB'L CLEANvEEI1LY : : p a : p P
.f business. of !. Cual pt.-truli.uiu
11 Sixty-Line urninjj CII.!
: KEEP 115'1 a I :i:7 P III a : Leave_.... I'Iomaton.....\11 iS.'i a 2:11II II I 7t\f\ D
". i ut: llluuiiiiitii' gas Ire nlalid to one an- found by the searching party Friday I 11:1*) a .::t! p .1 1:M a ho-ave ...._. NobIIt ......_ I.t'.ve 1:!:*' n't U.15 n I 6:00 p
ntht-r uiuih as arc iw., watir md afternoon near the south end cf I I .. ...__Io:2:1p.: T:*J I I Leave ...N"'" lirIsn... .. Leave N: p I 7: 5... __

lake. He had been in woods II : I'tCIIEDUL.E' North.
.y Criminally Responsible. sti-um. 1'or this reason perfect tuiul.ustioii : the ie I

i ,'. AUK no.-Harry \\'. Du- of h.juid fuil is: already adancid since Wednesday noon but whr.n | FOR STEAM DIVISION
II No. :2. No. 6. ?'o. I No. II.
ii'Ji> Yao! student whoRe aai.icntly \' a long; Mep toward \ai-orua- found was In surprisingly good rendition -: PKSSACOliA KLECTItlCTEHMIRAl' 11:0. pm' 1I\: p m Leave __. 1'.n'.cota.. ..Arrln 6(10 pm' 6:00 am
tan over and Ulled tinu just as lt-e iiiduu<'til toward I IIt'alli I considering/; his experiences He '1:15 am Ii:5:; pm Arrive. 'olonUom..ry .IAll\Ve I 11:1\: a m :ut5 p inII
The { RAILWAY COMPANY. :5t am YII"pm ArrIVe... Biimiaghamn ...Leave I 8i.1am: 6:06pm
tun-id an.1
into \\aU-r. Keith
'" i\lnro. has been declare wluu! I! went hunting with Harry 7(15 p m 8:1" 5 In j Arrive .... NIsbnlltJ .....Leave I ._
xi'latik': IcUii'iit of coal are \hnknl up ,I others but concluding to return he Trains leave Pensaoola for toe Lltili 1:15) a III 1'1:1:; a m I Arrive .., LouL.vllI" .....t..V6 I 11:15 p m 2:45 am
iflii< 1.11' rt port of the coroner to ill suhd fiTiu. i>r Mitually frozen solid. i bt<'amn bewildered and host Li.l"'dV.. havou Big layou, Warrlniton, aY1 Ian: 7:20 a m l1.i a m ArrIve ... ..ineinnati..Leave 1:1_' p m 11:1pm
)11:11| \ --ponsible. says a New i : and Fort Harrancas at : 1-1::J 1y- in _.' Arrive $.tLnut.Levi: I _4:1.iJl.. _wpm
l'roftsor I'ewar I
': "-.,atrh to The Prfss Iu- I I\SlII. m.arrive at r ort Barrancai T:15an : PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
., will follow: it i is said. as siu auiount of laat must l h',' tak-: Noted Expert Dead. 10-iKi a. m.arrive at Fort barrancas 10.43 ..n
"n from the toO callotl |..'rinaiient jja-,'s New York. Aui?. :',o.-William Cllagan I uu p.m.arrive at Fort Barraaoas i:45 p nSO ,"0. 21-1.Ia1l1 ,"0. 8-lIll1y I NQ .top where time not fbown SQ. 2-lsly "D. 2" -D.1l1i
nst-d be reached in
\I ran I arrive tort barrancas .J5pn
H: p. m -
!home. ti make them timid and how much one of the most noted experrfc : :15p. m. arrlve a.I'ort Karraacai Troop n: i 11:55 p-- Tale: a ID 'Lt5vn. .. PflsCOia .......Arrlve 10:00 pm 6:51: pm
wore tt* make them $(ohid. Yet nature I in this is dean .8uOp.mSrtIVeat l-ort Barrancai 8:45 p.n 12l night! 1:1a": ... hobeint. ...... 1lIJi': 8:08 ..
the form of coal In b.andwriti.1 country Trains leave Fort Barrancas for Penis I 12::!) 7:1'1. .. ........ \"DlISlra .-....... .. 111:86" i 11:11I III
r Adams Dead. has: s-olidiliud gas Into at has home in Troy. N Y.. says a special cola at 12a" 7:14 __....); .. ... 10S:! u 6:57"
and solid etui, like solid i< twill only Heas horn I 12ua .. 7'-5" .. ........oIulat.------- u 10is I ..:..... ,
\UB 3d.-.T. F. .Adams dis-oho the >j" .' .. ... ..... Harp ..... ._. 10:21 II 6:4> '
'If the city of HenArapahoo Into vapor through es-: i in this city where he died : ll-.iio p. m. arrive at t't1ns.,0Ia11:6a p.n I, 12: tl" 7:35" .. .._...... G,1t City ......_ II IU:13 II 5:17 III
.. i I'onditure of L 'at. suits whKh :. 2:00 p. m. arrive at fensaoola_ 1:65 p.a I 12M: 7so. .. -....-..... :'olillon ... ..... .. 1)l''" II I 5:20 "
crunty. 1 Among the Important in 5:00 p m arrive at Pcnsacola.- 6:45 p n 1:3z am. ... .. II ......Good !tange..._ It ..... II 4:1,5 II
Tammany tf>4lav. Fur n 1'iutb ul :!'uulf. Mr. Hagan was engaged were the Davis 7:0i) p. m. arrive at fenaeoia_._ 7:63 PI 1:55": R'15" .. .._......-. Holts .... _._. "' vni5 I 61.1 IItII"
8.45 p. m. arrive at Peneacola. .. 8.W B.i : 1\\11": 0' ......._ MilliKan ....._ .' PtU: II ':11 II
will the :Moliceux
;. Ij known in tht> Louis XVlll. of Trance, while ri-<-it- caso. case that Saturdays: onlyPARK 2:1:1" il:54 ..._... Cr tnew..__.. YIB II 6:00 II
that I'P(tlon for in;; an ode of Horace to Us chamhi-r- It Dr. Kennedy charged withIn FOR WEEK DATS.Peniaoola 11\.11" !I.M ........lerr Land ...... !IM" 1, ':Sf H
i to Fort Barrancas and return 4APensacola t I 8:2:1 II 11:10 ...... 'o10.5Y JlE'ad ..._ 1\;"' I IIUI II
murder of
stopped tll takea I ? DoIly Reynolds, and the
{'amelIel*> four lain cue day suddenly I to Navy Yard and return_ 85ftniaooU 1 6:03" 11:8.1 :: ...Uejo'nnlakl4prlnga. 0 5:11 263"I
'n: health and .ie-- pinch ot snuff and was anno.viil to Patrick ease.l'afit.s. to Palmetto Beacb and reScrn 15 I 6:1 H P:" -........ Argyle ...-- 7:" II 2:81 ..
--- 6: 1' P:57 ... .t'onetJ dO Leon._ 7II" I I 1:111 II
I iiness I nud that he had left the box In his Can to it l>o Cured SUNDAY IOU EDUDZ. CIUO II 10:10 ._ .. ..Wenvllle ....._ 7:17" Ift6"
It-ditto. i When weather permits the running i f) 6:014" 1,1.1 .. ..... Caryvills...._ 7:12" I:sii II
: by local applications a* they callullt open coaches 5.s 1.1:101 _._. .itonifsy.......... 8M" 12'7 II
:, t o London. With a low bow the chalul'I'I:1inLl1ltletlllim 1 Fentaoola. Lv Fort Birraooa 8:110" 'IO.j1 ...... hlpI@y) ..... eni 1" 1:('. II
Lis own IH>I. ami the itt&t- reach the disrated purtion ni the L"av 10 a. m, 8:10": 11:117'' ... ..Coltondale ...._ 8:1'1 It ItIJj fool.t .
S i i General HoI after I ear. There is only one war to cure I! m. t 7:1111" 11:25" .. ....."I arisana ........ ':I.I" It:16"
anh took; a go&iil pinch from it. 11a.m. .._ .' .. II
7:10": 11:4- 6M'
I I- I ir \ started for I deafness and that is by constitutional 1p.m. 1 p. m.I 11:41m
whkh lie reclti-d the loner ode to tin tp.m 7:40 II lli ..._ ntadi..._ 1IX1 hIfl "
'r Ic yfl. formA.r : rum-die Deafnesscaued! p.m 1 71"' 1!:0II noon .. ... ... $ .... 5:21 II 111:50'
t. > Pre Sta'e uul. lie tU-n\ slit to the ihambtr-i by an inflamed condition of the inticcui Rpm 4p.m I 8:13 II 12:15" 'rrlv..Rlv.nctlon ..J.I'IIV" 11:111 II to::u"

in health he will lain lining; of the Eu-tu'hiall'rubf'. tp.m ( p.m. ,i S
"You have .
" a the middle of Wtll I lik(' jour t'ullffI well that 1 a rumbling i und or I imperfect hearing FAR! rORiO'DATfeniaoolato LAW DEPARTMENT
to and wiien it i- ,'utirdy closed ort Barra&eai NTJ
t"h11If pratitude ,
prolixss a 1 ard and ratnrn_ it 1
II Needs a Tonic. you to .'i\e her the rl:'ht to open a toy Dt-afne-sis the result and unlt.s"'the Peoiaoola to Palmetto Keaon Inl! 1I I -OKStetson-
inllammation I can be taken out '.&ura._______ Ill
'a:.ifi when your liver 1 More in the TuiKTii-s. I will "sipi the and thN i tube n stored to I its normal No -Alrht 8lypt after Ilfic. m J! John B.

I 1).II't jrive purjritivfsi -'! ni-ct-vsary IMIHTthis f. >niui.;. condition, lientrmtigIII be d.trllp'ii University

i weaken. I>..\\'itt'* Thanks to this roj.i! ;grant, the ham forever ; nine ca-ei out oC t"n .ire I Do Lnu.d: Florida

Ki-er expel all p*>i-on ln-ilain'- iiuHtHindiiitfit a Finall butprt'Cuble caused by catarrh which j is nothing The Beer I

-; O in and act :i" tnuic to bus-< until lur dt-ath m I but an inflamed condition of the JOHN 1'.I'OHIU'S.I'h. i>., I'reioletit .""UEHT.I.Hlt.lI., I.U R., 1)ean

W. St-t'tt, KM Hiihl.uidton. 1'-i9. llt-r little f-torc then btt-ame th. :, mucous "ui faces. I 1'jill Trrni (.bIoIhiIeIue'" "'t'IItH''lla.Oduh'r 1. 1'O
I'.i., ..-1\'. : "I have hundred Dollarsfor Made I
it I Wo will give One That
Witt'Little }', 1rlHi>HQ I'ntl'rl> of the state. :in l ever since : J I I l i TWO Y.: \Its' .OI'It"l.-Tb.. Law Departnivntot Jobu I!. tPlsoii University gives
'It. [oils Urn n-uted fur :I I....ut 4141 francs a any ca-e of D'-afne-s ('an-c.d by two-years course leitdlngin tif! -grfe of LI.. Ki
S for year'inrt: would I catarrh) that cannot be cured bjllall's i. DKUKKK AUMIl I ''' To THK H.\lt-Thl-dlplomlloftb.d..llw Ot-partmt-nt of John B.
tliein." Miiall amitake. .' ('a r. I Stetson l'nnernt adinitu to the Bar
without Catarrh Cure send for cir- i
1'urtly vegetable. Thus the Trruch rtpubbc of toil.iy DNNI I R r r&MOV U I !o lltTli E It 1 S.'1\K'ol.\ N.-Kortj! } Law .\'l1t of ll.rj-.j, and all other de-
culars free.
I ; I fin d :nfvrmauoll ri-nitrding th.- Law I>tpartmi'nta4drteALBERT !
T gripe or ilitr "-;. Jlar- owes a jtortion of Its income to tho'fat I F. J. CHKXEY& Ci)., Toledo, O.i J. JtAHI AH. Dean of Law Department .

'i.acy: John Hheppard r;id- that Louis: XVIII. apprtfiated Sold byAmerica Drudst i&e. Do Laud Fin. rI

_. ,.,.....P, I I ___ ____ _.__ 1
eu4J& "UUu. r- i --
May Have Two Cardinals.
i ii'ixropu_ *.ur"... ." I
factI The Iftf.The I New York Aue :So.-In view of tli11 VICTORIAIADO !
'',r.-ili'It\! rt.t it is a ? ve is a favorite instrument In :I In'rpaof Catholics in the"Unite.l Tulane University of Louisiana.
: 1.4rt
of Ovrmany
f'atfrll.. It Is a ort of crude \'iolln. -I I .1 ;
.it ItittI0y.: awl the reason Stat< -> the pope has, de.-Hed aico"-- :\ BY ACME BKEWIXG CO I'.Tovv' crIE3nh1Fi.EDWIN .
of bur of wotnl fastened -
'umfl.sptl a Ins to World dis|>at h from Rom".
: r.inlj: l carrifs auy raoueyt to a hire; gourd. Tin-re is a single: BEst 10-CKNT nOTTI.K HKKUIN f

t Ft ring made of \eatable tib<'r. and the to create another American cardinal TOWN.D&NNHEISSER. A. ALDERMAN, LL.D., Pr sid nt.
: ..i.ilie wis at a festivalS In order to re-establish the equilibrium -
d.ffeffiit tones an- ..nulllt" by 1t'IItb.1:
.iiu-r. Prince Henry nail..i in the sacred college. It has beo.npointed BROS. I Full ('our.ln Laneuare..McIence. Knglm-crlng.: Law, Medlclnp. Pharmacy, Art.
f'niu:.: shortemns the htrin i Kcvttn Hrparste lJ..p"rlm"lIl. sixti-t-n Building Kiten'l\w ...Ihr..rl.... Laburatoriei
1 '''' iTiiii; drawn to a n*>wH'hiiic : oijt to him that whereas Gn'at AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED I! and Workshops. ,*>JlII' (lId partment for Wom"n In the N .comb Ucileg

'. : ln restihed to putt To My Friends.It I I lir.tam and Ireland with G.MO.O10 Cath.olics. I I Tulane niafefs Icadtrs In vocations. Iti Hcllltlet for Instruction tore unsurpassed

it- -lot In order to so*, Low i n with jov I tell you what Kodol I hantwo representatives and I I. f Earner Wish1 ?. lntbeSuutb. E.. bty.slt Instructors and 122)students last lesion.. Many scholarships
Iin thooaeademicd.-partm-nt op-n to Louisiana bo> s. .:.p..n.> of ctbolarthlp tudeal
Ii i ,tn,. worht1Lnwn IIP did for me. I wa> troubled with my I oven Au>traia: with hardly lOno.fmV 1 Main House-401 S. Palafox street. t 17f.r tes lon. l ictrdand lXlilng indormltorl low rat!'s. Opportunities afforded
'..r 11 roiii luwe\ er he ('(,uld = niich ff>r several mouth 1'pouinf has a I'ardmal.Io"an.: 13000.000 of, Union I I academic itudrnu for n-lf-btlp. In Ac-alt-imc t'ollis no ht>y,1f properly prepared
R. R. DepotP.
advised to Kodol I did I Exchange-O"p. I for collet .work will Returned away from inability to pay tuition. Neit tetnloa be.I .
u-e i'0. ,
.'..Intul lie was obliged to ; the it I A mean Catholics have only one cardinal O. Box 281. P>nacola, Fla. I ginsuctubur Ut Send for Catalogue.
and word cannot good I
'i', his Oihbnr.s It Is. considered! certain Phones 116-2 .8. Address R. K.BRL'l-K.Wecretary. '
ha ; done me. A neighbor had dys'lpep"lL I ,
:" t.tlu-r oeeafitws, and es- that Archbishop Inland will get ,
;;o that he had tried moteverything. ..
A'.ilo! huntinc. since it is his ; I told him to u-e Ko- ; the appointment -- ----- -- -- -- -- - -

: :.-ht> uoni-y to the funsters dol.! Word of gratitude have come i I :'V'-WE WILL- .- ,

r ittendants he has found It to me from t.un becaue I recommended 1 Quick Relief for Asthma Sufferers I

v lo lM>rro from Us compau- it.-Geo. W. Fry, Viola. I Foley'a Honey and Tar affords immediate -

Iowa. Health and strength, of mind I I relief to asthma sufferers ir 'CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS

I:! tiuie! when be till. tis pocki and body depend on the stomach the wor-t stages and if taken in time,

Is on ChrUtmas ee.. and normal activity the dipfe tive
., lous.onoy: liecn his custom! to stroll or;:an*. Kodol tonic,, cures the great all stomach reconstructive !:: berte, I'll S. Palafox. I at and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of

m. through the stnn'U neat and bowel trouble iudigetk, dys- Fall Goods .
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to all (. >- j Try one of our celebrated
:::id to Kl** money pepsia. Kodol dije ts any goOd food !.

p,r-om. whom he meets but you eat. Take a do-e after meals : II. $ S. Felt Ala(tresses. I

h t,. c'liltlrenjind old soUllers.IM ilar is' Pharmacy John heppard, Lanndried Shirts 63 Ladies' Heel hOP5
They never or grow" 2S doz Men's : pair Spring Get your boys ready for school.
WILL it'Y trial size of I Sidney Kahti. i. regular $1, to close at Toe. regular fl goods, to cloe quick at Sue We carry a full line of Boys'HuitiJ. < '

r'jiii Balm ; enough to conu lumpy. Better than a hair : 27 doz Men's Colored Lanndried pair. 53 Boys' Huits"' regular price, $i.oo, ..

'. that it ithe irrtate-t tot 1 \\mattress, at half the price. shirts, regularise I to close at
;I regular H.23 goods to close at .1.u& Boys' regular price :
: "r nasal catarrh or cold in Marston $ Quina. ,
67 doz Men'a Colored Laundried $1.50 and l.75. to close at f 1.15 suit. : I II
001 Full ..IZfI rji) cent All If You Have ---- -- I Phirts; regular We good, to close; at pair. 120 Boys' All-Wool Suits, regular "

-t'f mail it. The finest line of umbrellas in thE i 35c; these goods should go in 21 &3 pair Men's Low Cut Shoes regular price 12Goto$3.00, to close at U. ,O .-!

\ BI>o.-., Warren Street, city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go look hour' {1.50 goods, to clo-e at H-20 and f2 GO suit. :1I ..

New York at them. i 20 doz Men's French Neck Balbrj pair. We carry the largest line of Boys' ;

IoCIItIdtrett.. Albany. X. Y. RheumatismURIGSOL Undershirts at 20c, regular 25c: We line of Pants carried by any house! In the ;1
gan the Boys'
-i- El.Bltt)$. :-I ?ulfered I CONCERT ANDDANCE Al carry largest;; city.
'1 1I
goods. Shoes of hou in Pensacola.
with catarrh and tried ditfer- MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAYNIUHT. any e All of our Ladles' and Misses' .
dies without etlect. After 30 doz Men's French Neck Balbrigan ?. Bring your boys to Ui, we can fit
8:30A\'D I drop-stitched 2&c. to close at
TRAINS AT 8, hose
0. bottle of your Cream Balm the grtt tested sad Understiirts, at 30c, regular -I.jcI them in any size. 20c. pair. !

t.'lief and I cannot praise fla.1oned will CaltloruiRemid cure 9. LAST THAIRETUR S Al, sold by others at 50c. We have just received a fall line 100 doz MliJges' full seamless! hose, !

,y such a remedy you. It also cure Liver.r Kidney aflJI 11:50. TICKETS 25 CENTS, Alj All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts. We will to close at 6oc doz, or 4 pair for 25C. ,i

Miss C,\KV WIU.ARD.CASTORIA. I ki-lder dJea&e8, caused by an eices* of j! DEPOT. close at 75 cents. close at SOc for your choice. Home 75 doz Men's! Seamless half hose, ;
'::7. NIl}. uric acid. Ii never f.J.L and bulldj tp ----- of them are worth 11.50.
while using it.Stud I' 72 Pair Ladies'Spnn? Heel Low regular lOc goods! to close at 6c pair.
- --- the health itamp and for itrergta book of wonderful **- There's lots of money to be mad< I I Cut Hlippers, 2S to 7, regular $I We carry a full line of Skirts. We have just received a full line !

t3SCtI. Price. 11 per bottle. For ..Ie la real estate-lots of it. A real estate -, goods, to close at70c pair. Look at our window display. r of Ladle Kid Gloves! in all shades Jj
by drew):*. 11 rout dTOgts eta not sfgu: is u'5aaIlr a er-board t<,
.apply you It will be tent prepaid upon wealth Thos. C. Watson &:: j

For Infants and Children.fa receipt ol pnce. \L1re aUresflCiiicilCo.LosAngelesW Co.. the leading Real Estate firm Remember, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we will have Room

), have some offers which it wouk II
Kind You Han Always! BoflH till be worth your while to consider. G: '

I or and see them to-day, and don't wail F E. BRKWNDR'S
Unuri.lJnkliiDrBgCoAtlaBti,6j.Distributing ,
te till to-morrow.

;cf Agentt. ;;italMun Relieves fOgbt Awaj 10 5 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. @ \

wi ui.itcs s* 'ee'Z 12 kQ.l A.4 eoJ4I,. ,




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I .IIP.IIlC' t..r.. i Watson & Co.I II I Stronae-t in-- "

I -p GLEANED THESTAND TonightJust Green t the e Wolr\!\

Si before retiring if your liver Is
ij siussish out of tune and you feel dull I -- -
bilious constipated, take a dose of < 1I. HALLIDAY CO'S OLD STAND. The t..Annual
i PIPE i "Iarpnj'n I'"
Emtered at the Post Office at Pensacola Hood's Pills I Ending December ,tu, I.JMI
'r il :Tla.. leeon -clbss matter. II

;..;(,, OFFICE :-Pitfi Building, :211}$ Southfalaloi And you'll be all rigbt in tbe morning New Goods Arriving Each Day !
;., j I street up-stalr5 PENSACOLA WATER COMPANY : l[ '


THE Terms: Invariably in Advance. FOLLOWS THE CITY'S IN- PREACHEDLASTJERMON 1 l 50 Dozen Ladle, All Linen Handkerchiefs, 01 ] I Ipema LIFE ASSURANCE[ UCIUT

One Year by Mail .. ...............*5 W STRUCTIONS. 1 01 UUQ /
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Biz Months S So Laundried and l'nlauudred.l0c each. < Assets . ". _

I One Werk,bj Carrier, Payable Monday 10 Reserve and oti'er i i. '-"'

\ TELEPHONE NO. 118.PEHSAOOLA An all-day job was what it proved I Mach All Silk i Taffeta Ribbon in all ir: rl ities. "_

be when employes of :jS I ac -
ti yesterday I pema 6 --
d i !hale!, worth 2i.1c. our prices-------------- jUlU 8urplusfromwiii-( i I'
the Pensacola Water Company following -i lends are paid
UN10N LA81Lpr'lCr > 4-Inch Liberty Ribbon New Shades 35c yard. I '.
instructions from the city II I
Paid to Policy-hold.- ,

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council cleansed the big stand pipeon 1901
O 100 Dozen Child's and Mines' Hoe.o'ull IH I

North Palafox street. 4j12CI'I < Seamless and Fast Black, Sold elewhere IP New Insurance m L'i

SEr i 1902 Rev J. E. West preached th" last U at ]oe, our price .. . .. .. ... . .. .. IwU paIr : Total Inurance. f. .
The work was commenced early,
Dec.31IWl. . '
nearly two hours before it was gen of a series of sermon at the Presbyterian OR $1.00 DOZEN. I : 7,
SPANIARDS call an exuberance of Notwithstanding t- ."

spirit insanity ; Americans call itstrenousne erally thought it would be begun. church last night and, with cial strength of the S: .

!**. With all this, however Mayor Jones his wife, expects to leave one day Special Values in Embroideries, lOc yard.i i greater holder security w: ,H
thereby en." yare 1.\
UNLESS our Labor Day friends return was on the ground when the first ef this week for his home in Texas. LOW and til' A IUE: :

from the Bluff tonight feelinga forts were made and, with membersof I. Rev. West has been filling; this See Show Window and Counter Display. ter than given byKNU11'LES..: i

; though they had been working; a the city government, remained:; pulpit during the vacation of Rev.

treadmill for a week, they will not there, watching every detail until I i L. R. Walker and his discourses B1MIS.{
feel that they have taken advantageof I This I is your Opportunity to Supply Yourself with Embroideries at ,

the opportunity ret that a holi- noon. He went back again in the I. each week hive shown deep study Very Phenomenally Price. Generalgeiiii-

afternoon.The and perfect command of the subjects -- ---- -- ---
day always brings. I' I I Ii 309 8. Palafox St.. frN-
-- ----
water was first drained from chosen. He is an elderly gentleman,

THE cannot Tampa be: beat Tribune for unusual says: thing"Tampa the cistern by rea-ou of the mains i' very pleasant to converse; with and i GREEN, WATSON & CO. .., CONCERT AXh '. -

It now exhibits a man who is sty near the water front being opened ;, enters into the work for Christianitywith !I MAGNOLIA Bll> .h : .

jug a woman's s-euteuce: of eight and allowing the volume of water to I II I his whole oul. A great deal j ji i Telephone 193. NIGHT. TRAIN- ,

days on the chain-jraii, in order. run into the bay. When all trie i i of good will result from his live- I!, 9. LAST TRAIN.1- --- !, I

that the woman may be at home I weeks 11:50. TICi'zETsDEPOT .' ,
water had been exhausted, a manhole stay.

care.with"her children who need her ,I at the bottom of the pipe was Last night the edifice was crowded. i ARE WE FIXING UP ? i .

- Other churches: suspended service
opened and a black employe of the :'
THE Polk County News bays: Edi- I in order to be present! and listen to SANTA ROSA SURFBATHINCJSTAEL'EST
water sent inside to
tor Stoviill of the Tampa Tribune I companwas MWELL. I SHOULD REMARK O:;
Itev. West's last Rev. Dan-
\ sermon
shovel out the foreign substance
in his List Sunday's edition ex- \ :
.AN) ONLY .\ riHAVs
pre;;;-e* a hope that as soon as the therein. The bottom was covered nelly of the Methodist church tookan
TO riTfMFV \ I' II. Fi-h
wi.1 :
readers of that journal fiiiiih reading with a thin formation of sand oxide active part ia the services. i Sunday pveumj 1'

the new, that they will attend divine The choir from the Not a bit ( f it. The big man i* in New York Luy mxoidand' .
of iron and a few odd items, but very Episcopal can arrange:: tc I1! t '
;enICt'". Of course tLo editor I j'ld riiif; from therte of the bills comliiq; in ha limit expect all the i other refreshment- .
of the Tribune front little considering that thestsnd pipe church rendered delightful icu icj factories: close! down shortly. and we have' to make preparation:: for their tune durillthe" > ...
occupied a pew Our fixings will be finished this LMJth d' of *. then
ieceptioii : ty Aujrus wehejrio
although! on account of in-uili- .
an terras. Nee inanatr: '
had not been for sixteen |I !
right under the drippings of the nut the stock hand would startle
I selling on at price--? that you if I CHAS h >
sanctuary, a* it were." yt.ara. cient water pressure the big pipe organ I were to mention them.CLOTHING -
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of evidence of could not be used. A small
ALTIIoCt.II pessimists believe Samples every SHOES, HATS, UNDERWEAR;
were obtained by M organ wa substituted and filled! the I OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine
American- subservient putrefaction lyor I
growicg In fact, evervtliiiiz pertain i ; to Men'sVmr a III thebestgrades man-
and cart I less of their rights, and that Jones, who would not ray why he bill well The choir was composted II ufactured. \,111111 know Joe Coleman: handles the best of ev.'rythm, i --

the spirit of independence which secured them. These were carefully of J.O. Walker.\1. L. Autrey, K. :M.: don't you? All jou vnniit tu do i?, stop in and we" will till you all aboutit oysters ti-da, -.
i ,
aniwattd our torefuher has died at i! N '
Bushnell Walker Anderson.
in rt. .
wrapped paper.Every ,
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out, wo still have occasional cu'.- ( -: JOE COLEMAN'S
Garfield, and Misses Adele Chaffee e
official cf the water company ,
bursts of the prl*tile independence. FINE STATIONERY.
May Roberts and Beatrice White. I 212 ".eI'TU '..\ .
was present and aided ma- j : I..u'oxTItarr.
An at1lOd/ i is
example: the
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woman no gave up her place i:> the tel tally in work. I .
(\ Y. Tt \
government priutirij U'Jce rather I Special Ot1icerlilton Frank in Puma. V/pnllli and I'ojcrty. I
than change the mode of dreeing .\' '\amJro: IJ.:1 rise \ and I F. B. BRUCE I' Palafox:: street, haju) <
I petted the interior <>f the ci-terii lui': "at. al'sio't\oou3! ,
btr hair. It is not known in what : as L rs I new supply of,
: after the water company's employ.> that! ,.f his must tvloLrntcd 1:,1'.). lie Papers white blue
objectionable munntr she in-i-ted iu I al i
wearing her hair but li.-r po-ition | had fim-hed their work. uUt a ria;\nit'v-rn chateau which h? I r Rh1 l is \ 6 j id Illkiis ik Envelopes to match' o-
Laucd Slr.htiM.'hriMo.. TIll n' lu' rntfril I 1. V( \fe i H1\ biifcf? : a
t also
J Fnrt'i.mIaii Tabli
i ivelopps
in the matter! ii well taken und cor- I! W. I. Mover, O. M. Pryor, W. I II II bln..i : couiorsfriend and stnttT; ;

lect. It n not the prerogative of Meriwether and W. 11. Wright, com :Ii:1'! ; tritli nore 11:1: oriental laixiliar.d i il' Q to inttfh.<< I hi-
any man to tell a Mointii how to I (" ',i' sorifiiiups v.-stU (.rwnt:111 Guns Ammunition Fishing Tackle Bicycle and \ Penholders, lUankbook
posing the special iiue-tipaling ,
dress her hair, l l-ut the onii;.?iou of i CUI'I Clo(rrJ'. His purse v. as ojion to all j i etc., always on haiul

such light is not conclusive evidence I mittee remained on the premise: ? I IIi xrho sought it, and the day came when Bicycle Sundries, Edison Phonograph and Music. I! Phone 281.SeePiyofK.

that there i* no ueciri'iu<< for some Ii l nearly all day. Several other coun-j I j, lie exjierlenrpd Timon's fate without Hammond and Other
sicqiiiriuu Tnnon's disi>o.-.ition. HP I TypewriterTypewn'er MipplieAll Binds of .
touch upHn-iull. All nave wished tittiitn and members of the city could not become Repainn. Lock and Ky:; Fi'tuu:.

many time* that there w.i> meltw I government were al.u noted. Cityi'hysieLiu tliotr.h hs fortune a'l High-Grade Hatnnierlts-s Guns all at Kept Low for Prif!b-nt.> -. Hi,: Supj lly of Frerli Shell,. I ::r:: :

i.n the statute bo. k Mm.iiiaUiij*<'m- i J. Harris Pierpont"i"'ited as siuUleuly as it came lUll then h.1 i

( f the mode hairdie--iti: ": ever in Ieiritu tho iiifrrntituie of men. IIii !!; 15 South Palafox Street.THE Everybody ha a ri, "
vUf'UPllIlIf inakiiig a dt fi uice of said I the place: in the afternoon. last nays wore passed not in I of this
l"\'f'tt ph ce earth flat:
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law a pcuai tit- uii '. I (but in narrow circumstances. lie kft I tight for it. 'I'he.Ilu..t. w .
Water ("me fur Chronic <'
Take two cups of hot water half an i I' Coniian; army was t-losing: in to iK'sioge"j : TYPHOID FEVER I Thos. Watson & Co

AUGUST EXPORTSTO :' hour before each meal and jut before it and when France was tVi'Iing its ,I IOoi'iifst Bcsls for Solution of Same Has Been ; h'the: soma particularly flue i'Ito

going to bed alo a drink of 'HI{'. To the last he preserved Settled Uoon. I j after ju-t now. and th
I his wiyi'tj:: and youthful spirit. "I had New York. Ans CO: .-Dr. PinniarI! ...GERMS... I you to come and inve-tu'' '
FOREIGN PORTSDuring W HH, :hot or cold, about two hour I 'y IIU will never regret hrO ,
hut oiv: iuiuIeoa in my pocket whet 1first minister from Itolivia.: ronlerred with !
after each meal.\
Take I Its of out.dour -
I raniiherp," he said. "1:0 away the minister of foreign affairs: for sev. C.Iunnt:. rl-lII'llll lit; tie! -ytm uf f< r .

toXHci-p-\\"llk. ride, drive with two and yet they rail me a oral hours on Thursday, says a K... ida : you iiaM-takni .1 d'1"f !i '
< Make a re 'iiUr habit of this and in This weather Ia1. '
i to!ol'lIlltlmfC"I: :
the month 1,1 l Au :u=tev- I Janeiro. Brazil dispatch to tlu I
many c"i- -s chronic coii-tipition:
ll"iald It Is \grass !row. You rt< '>
eutet'ii steam-hip* i fa total tonnageof i may:be cured without the u-.e of understood that both (
any \\ : .. IlBiitiitou'H 'IR\t'.. I ministers! settled n EPATIGURAWhy t ,' ,
i medicine. When a punitive: N i required I upon a basis: for th' keen cutting ;
w.1l1\.1\ and live sail sets of It is
ve- a total nlatcd of General Wade Hampton solution of
the Acre
take --omethin mild and I question. I \ and Grass' Shears jr '
tonnaire of-SiMt! entered and ix- :gillie like Chamber! mi'- Mumach that on one occasion he was riding Drag will not oppose the lf>ap. n t '

teen "tealll.hip of a total tomu.r I iiid Liver TabletFor -il" ball" 1 ; along; a hihway that led through Is said if lolivia! retains the ftnn.1 I Willis Hardware ( <,
dnijrifists! and llh'dlClnldealeril. oni of his numerous southern plantations \ -
of 21>,11'J :at-d eifTht; *:all vertl of u cial administration: of the terntoiyan.l I run the ri-k of having a
---"- hen he
met a slave of line buiM
total: tonnage of l>,44.{ cleared. j establishes a revenue lung spell of Fever when you FRANK HOUSE
and appearance.( lIe drew rein and i, SECARTSJATB
I THE: FIRST some point in Arrp or at 1larandai.l I (
l-hipments to foreign port* werevalued said: "You are a likely f( How. Who do j liolivia can make yourself ab-olutely ,
I' must eliminate .
at ?:>l,72'i! and were distributed you belong toV" "Wade Hampton, sit" safe by taking: a doe or two Deep water -"a bi': I'

as follow : i OPERA COMPANYi "Ah! And who i is Wade Hampton11 influence la the Acre turitol '. In uf 1I1:1"\TIl'IL\: will ,:;, ii'my, for I white peoplicompartment ) '
such Brazil is ,
1 disposed to reacha for lath
1.1,.n"1I1 ... s "'.'.'.1,1Antwerp } 1'lcase., sir Master you urns' he from cle4uj-e yourstein of all : -
i i friendly! settlement on all: pending tendant. Neateit h> -' ,
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> *!I- ----- do gut 1' 'Kav las':1111..' Hampton is malirial
I I :: nestion It i Is! bl'li\'jd that those l : porous: or TYPHOID 1 bath house; in Hi-- > >'
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Kufii --t; lie berry fast pvmtnun in de souf." i
bases will be airepted by both FEVER GERMS, or any other! *., '. -
.. : coun Item I
Tauipico m' IvW.1Onoa. : ARRIVED YESTERDAY FOR AWEEK'S The story used to be told to illu.-trate II -
> Cevalloand /
.... . ... 17,',7 I the greatness In numbers of Wadeliuupton's tries. oldPrice. germ. I-1 r i.J

... .
l rt't'Dok 17.:vMencbester i I
.... .. .. 1S.V. ENCACEMENT. slaves. His own slaves did Camo Srilr- 15-iin; a (', .",,10'. I I tA.. t ..Sta,3itS11Z4Ar.
not Litthim |Ity 'iht-Ihat is hundivds -
L>lfioButnos'aura "_' 1. .II.! Jo-\V'e-th.ifer, of LOgIOtee, 50 Cents Per Bottle.For r
.. ....... and thuuMinds! IIr them did not. .
"'p..ul 1.1I1O l lMW47 i is but
mud a man, he
I ] poor hI-
Ayrs ... .. The fir-t opera company of the season The slaves he owned numlxTeil 4.tH). I would not be without Chamberlain'say Sal' l>> All Druggists. f: J I HAVE YOU NOTICED(; j

Delagon hay .._ ........ .. 10250: and he was therefore the largest slaveowner .. Pain P.ilm if it c)t five dollar ,
RIO do> Juniero... .... .... ... .... 11.11'.1 arrived from elaia yesterday of the south or (.f modern times I bottle, for it saved him from being a i
a HECE. yi |
1".lhUi . Ytet afternoon for a stay of oce week. -Iirminham.IIi'ralll.;:; ; I cripple. No external application is' :I V/HAT IS MISSED

Kiel .... .... ... m .. Ml This i i- the }:.)-tonIJeal Compauy, -.-.. equil to this liniment for .tiff and JEWELER/ IN HIS ;' .M
.. .. .. .. i a
tiautanderLubuek ".110 Water 1lpIo" swollen: joints, contracted muscle?, i i wv V'91U" tr ;. V vv v.
... .. 7.7U I and come- from a lOlls engagement i' -tit! neck,>rain-iand i rheumatic and
0.1"0' .. .. .H5iil : and Cholera :lift ea-ily a-oci.ited. mu-cuhr: pain It has! also curd NEW\ STAND
Mobile. Its work there
lat : was hi r-
Xantrs ...-. ,)!s I This dreaded and grave trouble of !inumermi? c-i-cs of parti-il p-ualyi*. Do,11 want '. I. 1\
tobMpnt-"i Dock l.dati I IIY commended by the pre* uf that i[ the bowels ciinemuch suffering. I i, It i i- for sale by all druggists i Dud for little. inorie !

Belize ... .. C-NS medicine de-tier*. : :Stephen, the jew' ; '
I city. 'I painful cramp, profu-e sweating I I have moved my jewelry tore to ': '-ommocbtt'ou..

TotAl .. .... .. 6sl.7 The company came in a special and intense thirst with vomiting!i Republicans May Oppose Lester. 120 South Palafox formerly occupied ---

The principal items of export I cir attached: to train No. 1, which j'1 porginz: and evacuation-. Treat vlg- Savannah. Ga.u ;. 30 -Republicans by Has* &; Co., and am now All kinds of <;h" f "

were: orouly with Perry Davis' Painkiller. of this better prepared than ever to i
roneressioriai dlstrirt givegreat
and lumber It.... ..lU'I.1 arrived one hour and thirty minutes i, It ellicieut andafe.. It i is are \ rocking chairs M > '
Tllll .r n' a standard about to offer themselves! for sacri- bargain: : iu diamond. watches,
\llIk behind time. This flight delis j remedy. DrugguN: i 25 and &jIC.> fee afran. The jewelry, lj Qiuna's. 1'rirex "
etc. Call and and
j ji I'xecnti'ommith'e see me
tier ... ..... ... .... *M,W I II
however: did not prevent a great of the district is figuring on a candi- let me convince I low.
('..dar logs: ... .... .. .. '_ 17 : i you.
l'dr poles .. ..n.... ... 'nn !: i mtuy"chappie"of thi city fromi KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.Pensacola daft to OPPose Colonel K. 2. Lestpr J. I. STEPHENS.: .

Coal tons ._ ......_. .... \I.II\ I i for ('On;rf'S. and it Is said Z.
: loutiirm; about the depot to ?ee "tf egirl Lodge, No. 3, K. of P.- YOU'LL GET THE LAUGH
Cotton, square balesWheat ..... ._._ 7>-< 1 SrhwartzweSI.! of Burke (county i is! !
bui ... Ill 'i8i.717 -." The company i*\ a l.Hire one meeting Monday nuht? mentioned a. the probable \' Furniture, JT.O
"'" ofrf-rinl
: 1.
Flour bbUFbOBphat .. .. .._._-. I Sept.HJnk of at-: o'clock. Wjfk iu the ; If IOn fifllt\I\) t from th'*e wrletter
but arrangements for accommodation E-quire. A full attendancerequeted. PRYOhX .
tFoley's .
... .
*' tons .. ... _.. %.:!I i uuli! -- i
L -a( tobacco, bhJs .. .. ... IrosC. of member had been made pre- ana transient:Member* of si"'tpr l lodges I II Car Famine On. -- I is. of the rhriit", .
.. I brethren cordially invited Birmingham.: .. Au?;. 30-A car the '
oil .ks get right -
s. ca :gtYranulsks .
I viou to their arrival, and I to attend.
they famine Tar
;e' i were H. A. i I is doing some damage to the Honey ana t1mt''e ke- '
-- not minute on the platform C. C. I real shipment in Alabama. Walker colds Stationery styl -
--- many: | HENRY HOKSI.EK. K. R. :s. I ; cures prevents pneumonia
A 1'm-nn'ii Noble Act j county reports a derided loss because" glad to pout y" ,
Several member* of the troupe are
"I want all! the world to know,' I of no ears with which to move the Grass Shears that will cut
writes Rev. C. J. Budlonp: of Ash-; former student of Prof. E. O'L. For a bid taste in the mouth" take | coal Jefferson county also reports Coe's Book SturtYOU'LL
K. I., "what a thorouhlygood Chamberhia's tom lch and Liv r'I'abku. a close, at the Willis Hardware
away Chaffers of this city and that gentleman' # i !shortage of rars for the removal of
and reliable medicine I found ;j For ale by all druggists j j prodnrt. oft!" minesKatorh!. 1 Co's.
in Electric Hitter: They cured mile i = meeting with them was a cor- I! and mediciuepaler. j I BflHTEBESTfl

caused of jaundice me :great and "sutlering liver troubre for many that I I dhl The OL 1 1I i j:': Garden hose at the Willis :\; "Havin Fortune distressing: a pain head i I At' Almost t C O St t 60 For lay the next furniture in man of the- *: '-'

years.: For genuine' all.round cure .en :a,:ticent opens at the opera Hardware Co.. I Ii \ back and ;;stomach and b'?insr with at O. her" Vou'ii h- ,

they excel anything. the I ever *aw.vElectric house tonight. !i ===-- = = --= = out appetite. I beean to USP Dr.: M. Pr 'or'" to make room for new I with the ety!" t'::. vI
Hitter arm surprise' of I Ii I King's: New Life Pill, writes W. P i stock books are peat'!->
wonderful work in Liver, I 'i I .
all for their \'antt.cI. '
: The finest line of sterling silver : Whitehead of Kennedalp, Tex and --- ----- easily read tYi'; *
tjtomach .
trouble -
Kidneaud i i--- -- soon felt like The kind of b" J ki i:
and silver a new man. Ball keen
goods novelties is be Bearing cut t
Don't fail to try them. Only oOcts.Mtisfaetlon J' to ,,. "I A TEI-Military Boar 'y Land WarM ble in stomach and Icifalli-I I to and read
i* eairantted W. found at J. 1.terhEns'! Prices rants ana sjotais'd nlonal Hom"fad '
;: ; ; bv A. toi ClaIR K. K Kiy. Baird Uaiidlnrj Only _5c at D'Alemberte's drug 1 ting Lawn Mowers, at the
all. i
D'Alemberte,121 South Palafox. ;please; I I Kansas City Mo. helm I store. Willis\ Hardware Co's I: Coe's Book Store


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C. O'NEAL, President; 3Mo. saoa.tY. F. C. MORTON Cashier ; I )-GRANDI I

,:j.'fOSHEE,Vice.President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier.


I I Labor Day


Designated Depository of the United States. I


Condensed Statement at the close of business Au?, 21, 1902. 1



f tlenable 'aO;: 03.19 Capital Stock 200000.00
V 41, d a,97274 Surplus 10,000.00 -ATMagnolia- s sasa5 sZ25P52sas

: 46983 Undivided 10,242.94 -- - -
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r :" Bonds and PremIUm... ..... ...... Ib7,171.87 Circulation ..... ..... .. .. .... .. .. .... .... luO.UOOGu(
ecurite*, 2.625.00 .GREATSEmbroidery
k- Deposit? 300.l$ --
f'r: iture and Fixtures .. .. .... .. ...... 6.718.43 Bluff !

I I p. :Stamp*. bhMa ,
(>'; !,d Exchange... .. .... ... ... ..... 133,2o6.7l; ; I Special

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4 PER CENT INTEREST$710,70665 PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. !iIOi ti.65 !i.,Man dar, Se I 1,11902,1 1 1 ; ..MONDAY !...


REAL ESTATE New York. Aug. 30.-Clarenve Wilson
I 20th
Porter. Century Retailing.Direct
IIrIXOL9PEREFL: : : recently a student in the .

38 EAST ROMANA STREET. I ICr. TRANSFERS known university In this of city Pennsylvania as a draughtsmanand who is II Local Assembly from manufacturer to consumer spot cashtranactiou
i York and Rednishing Furniture a is said to be a nephew General I which not only save you the IIddJt'IJ.UJ'q! ?:
}{orate Porter United States ambassador i I profit, but the extra discount a* wtll. Pos-ttively the 81
Specialty. I --- IreatptIlut's it has been our pleasure to pr -/'nt. .-
to Franre. has disappeared i in No. 1565 -.
'I Every yard worth twice the price 1I*kt-d. a
TMiono 4OC5. 'ARIOUS transfers Atlantic City. pays a Philadelphia dis-
I o ,,: ; patch The Times. I See Show Windows. :?
of E-cambiacouuty to He went bath. ,
- I I "Af... i.& ing on Thursday and his --____
I :: realty were recorded clothing has We\
{ of Labor
R. K. WHITE, .:.{ ..t\:\ .: during the weekending just been found in a dressing roorJ.ortpr's Knits 2utn) Yard Cambric and :3700! Yard. !SvuN unsouk '

home is sail to be at Mc.VI-: Swiss Embroideries and Cuinbrit Ltnbroideries C1,
v: "' i.ikt-r, Jlannfailuriiig Jeweler /s.I1: ; atnrday, h:ter, I. T.Weekly. aiij II1-t.rt- ...
uiiti Graduate Optician, r/,' ? Au '. 30, 11K.C', allot I II I Inserting; *, worth Ilk, ins!*, positively the reattt '"'?

-; .t' I which are reported Bank Statement.New THE COMMITTEE valu"' '>" ha
'IIOWII.lln1 15 1
1'.lafOI St.. Prreaeolt.I Uju ',': / for THE :NEW by York. Aug. ;30.-The statmcnt i Monday 5c yard :

- Tho-5. C. Watson i Co., real estate of the associated hanks for the week i OF ARRANCEMENTS Monday lOc yard l1f
-, -",-'v, -r-rvvEWS '" "'" I, ending today shows: Loans $1S!..V i! ::=\
I agents: Ouarantees to the Public of Per"a- .
!n. T. Williimsand' ,wife to U. C. 011.1"'. decrease JS.fi47,9oi: deposits: New Fall Percales.
n : ll i5.'jS.5ftO.; : decrease $12.271.100; cir- | cola and Kscambia; County a List .EJ New Entjlish Fercacs.!
: r: ; 'Christian-N\V'j of block 149 Wt'-t <:
T S | of Enjoyable Sport before
r1 rulatlon $32.335.100. increase $;: 30,000; t31I
One Slid Cae Sea IlandIVrcales
l L < :; King i tract90.Ellen legal!: tender $7B,315.-liiO, increase il.nlifi.Io.1 i Equaled at auy Pic- A Soli, Ca-fl Fall M> !. -. ...
I i Curry and wife to :Samuel ; 1 ,z' Stripe and Stripe* and K>i.ti.i-, t.-ilf 1 ,
., j $ ; specie fl :7,427ooo[ ; decrease me in the City, wit '
-"-, ... ,, .A ,) I j P.+*cn, Jr-South :allft' of Lot 3 and of j ji I $1.124.200: serves $:! t Suitable Prizes to I Figure*, worth I 12'i: worth IJc,

i West half < f lot 2, block 49, Eat I 1 I : U.7t2.'I '
decrease $3.0\:8,400; reserve
pent! Monday lOc yard Monday 12 y'd
', M. McMillan 1: -c
> Kin i : The Lucky Contestant. I
j ; tr Jct-: kJO. I $2.,3.499.625. decrease $3,01.7,8:15; + ; surplus I .
, with
: \ \lt1l 'II McMil-j I I
I Dora A. Thomas and husband to $9.742.775. decrease $575. c.-
.-, a KUt of )Irs. 1). T.
I I). Hale lol1-Xorth 40 ft of lots ....FIFTEEN DOZEN $3.00 SAMPLE HATS !L.

i 14 and v. block 41, East Kiu, tract- Sotland: Trains Collide A REGATTA ; :
be meeting of the Li.KMation ; Glasgow Aug. Twenty-three
will a j CllO. 1. Open to all flit bottom boats in

--. at 1 U o'clock Tutsuiiig. -1 i i -O. M.1110ma* an1 wife to M. L. i i persons were seriously injured today II j'tile bay of Pt-u-acoli, prize silver $1.50-Special Monday $150 -
collision between
by a too
A full attendance ofr II .Iutrey-Lt-b.9aud! 10, block 35, I I passenxrrtrah's. |j cup. -- --
One of the trains was stanJj j
i- requested.Indies' Et-t Kiii, tract-$1,(kit). Ing at the station and the other crashed 2. Round bottom boats race opento VISIT OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT liP( ;

Missionary I Society of I j Thoin McMillan and wife to i'. Into it. telescoping! tsro cars. Mostof all. Prize, silver cup, to be sailed j

-bytenan church will meet Hale WiI..t1o-l.ot 3, ia hock :3(8 the injured persons sustained fra:> for under the rules of the Pensacola j For New Ul'-to-the, Minute Fall Walking H,ii-

New turtd limbs. Yacht Club.Commodore. i &!!
City1400.Alexvuier -'
.. ; ,
Nellie M illeryato'clock :::: -- ?
Stoddirt: and wife: to Ward appointed a" i j: -I
1 afternoon. U Gulf (
ty \Vm. Nel-on. Jr-Lot 2i iu block 17, atchirron jadjM J. H. ProtH, Jrw. (J. \Velh.i y

\1 N. .J..IIIIleD.witI, ac- New uitj -fli; ). to popnl'ir favoi? It s-f-t-m-i to be. I }. Mdthi-en. j I W. J. & B. FORBES. ?

,. Mr.s. K. McDaulel, A noticeable increice in sales' (,f Time-keeper J. Have*. Oeo !
I. wife
II. Aikeneud to Clara C. I T. :Morgan.Measurers. '
." city today en route to Painkiller: come from golf district*. I'
tlx\\"t-I-Lot! 15 and E. >a of lot 1C -J. T. Chri lt\I'II.r..n, ,
t "y, Ali. The reason for thif i- deu. as p'ff.1 S, H !villi. !
I in lot -1. -eirol, ty 2s, r 30 w-<1OJ. j
Davi-,' Painkiller j is the oldest anti I I '1 he indicitioiis point to a lar- ,j. MWJ1J :
:i.-lrment weather, Samuel Pasco, Jr., to 'fhuma Pel- I ,
number of the .
j entrances for rt'.atta
; :11 be given by the j jMtn ley--South 30 ft tf I.ta and of w'< of best remedy extant for sprains, l[ who are respectfully: requested to

"di.t church | lot 3, blk 4'J, Eat Kim? tr.lct-ft".o. strainbruises arid .oren $, all of I i mike entry and hi- at PaUfox wharf

till Friday night | Jl..fph Manuel* and wife to F. 1'. which are of common occurrence, f'.r measurement letvieenSin.arid If You Buy Them at the notion Khoo Store, They an i'Jut !
i ritherin viirrroas: play or through : 12 noon hunday. Mr. John U Welsh C2.... .=aza _
I Bra and J. T. Nort: !.
WitH Harper- accident. Everywhere the tandard'liuiulthtud '1 ;
ramp brought! >-<'lftarPelJaco| t \ :I't' Cllll,
2J ft of lot :U. block .;. jiiel-iou tract halo. '
vI11rcetivrtheenui. 4 aid furlll-h Shoe Sale of the Season !
> colored ex1i 1 -fl. i I I information in relation to the: I

':rt who will i.i-iia- r>,.ni f In- onhfin Hood '1 yacht race*. 4!
II A. M. Fa rn haul to Maud: E. Fariiliuir NO OLD SECOND HAND HfO::K IN THIS s.FALL :
t t ( :. :. 1 Labor Day Ie ID l'l ur-I;,.;.ua LLe r"ru.1)t-utt lot coujtA !I I.hit. entering will h3 measured I
.* : -05 acre in sec 'il, tp Ii i n, r :\1 1 II| at theam time. CLEAN, NCW, 1-HK' II OOODS- PK1CK8 CI' 1 I'O TLowisr MKn ;
I.' r' : NOTCH. '
w51.Jolin I
( r t.. r- Wa-rinjtou, | A. Jriffifi to :Maud K. Farii- You Don't Have to | AH EXCITINC TUB RACE. here ore some price::
I .
II LidieOxfords in Ideal KidPatent feather and Vii Ki !- : II "11
I .- i i. awarded ;i free i ham--Part -ec31tp G; u, r ;M w-fl. I Kim pr Z", jrol J medal. Two other new chi yeir',; t-tyl"s and s-ol.l for |;'J. during it.!, -ale, $.MU 4.Itl

:Ili'ate; : by "American |} Lee Crockett et al to J. \V. Milton, Drink Boiled Water i "uitlbliriz .". our L idle-,' Oxfords and C+ioiiiiN in Ideal Kid and Patent i... ttl, I
... I Ii and Vici Kid. which -old all ,I-nn at $:2 50, at thl. sate f..r.1 7"..
::4 I1. -.iudence! .Armour Jr-10 am of lot ;a, sec 2, tp 2 n, r :tl< Tim u-u it li-t of 1 mdports, with
,. uitable prize..*, will be another grand I Our L'liiieSJ (Oxford in all .shape.! Patent Leather tlp't; .< k III' ,
i he will be
( > which
'i'n: o .
: w-riO.J. (DRINK; ..
feature uf the amu-ement of the heavy and light ole:, now |I t.
I I' '!IV.' to the first, worthy' W. Hilton and wife to W. I 11. ,.
? day. 1'he-e are only a few of the many speciil prlcM we are i : wi:.. would\ like to take!' Aid-Same lropertii-. Kxcitin :lIn" of baseball.TiU and be convincKl that the Let' place to buy liish-cla-n firleast t'...

,u 'd!-ucti :a rare opportunitylinual a -"f' War, 12 single l men vs. 12 money IS tit ,, -' ,- I"

.llIeati'Il.! married men.
I t. Tile pa t. pre-ent and futureof
11 allllm r throwing.
HiNid'i Sa.aplflll! i arc : It has High jump. .

i"ur d it I i-i'uritik'. it will cure. Hit HI! j jump. I Boston Shoe Store i

A LAMP :Mm'toot race.
Boyf nit rare.
:-:11IlIlxln contest. N 1'1'111I'OIU'IIII11Cit.] I"n"oril"lur.
Hick tact
Three-,red! racn.Jif Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South! Palaiox Street. i

EXPLODES ( I- foot race, 5 to 1 11 yearUirl. -,. .'
.- foot raee,11 to Iii ye-trs.

TO-DAY nK -, ., ., Throwing the ball, h to 12 p .1r,-. FALL TERM. Hotel Camden

--- tl|, ., :, .. ',. 11 ,i.'. .,. '! ,It DANCING. The fall: term of Meux'r, Hu-i4le-s :.:1

THE FIRE DEPARTMENT CALLED Mv \< r: ',. t-: College! School Shorth'iud! : Typewriting I < '.\MDIN. .AI.AISXM .

'fhrteamhip It >*t Hold arrivedye.terdaj' I nt' i' t' i "i '.; 'I' -tp J1g dancing and round dancing. ; atjd Lit.-r4tiir.- will open I
OUT IN CONSEQUENCE. Prizes for the best looking lady Diy and Nuht 1' (*-.i'HI. I
Sf' Is Now
to the Public
at and I
quarantine came i tri-- .f! n.. t i:'.' !1'1'I and gentleman on the grounds. ,
This institution wae-Hblishedon j jSept.
-- over this morning. She haa cargo \ -, l' ... ,. Be-t looking h.tbnot over !?ixyears .
2J, 1M5! amid will soon enter ; under tI., in 111:1: _! u, 'it f
the ,
!l.ule excitement prevailed i tlf rain! fWIII (lermany consigned; to '1,1''I! I' \. :''. : i t.l! n ill on ground- upon the eighth year of its exi-teiice. .!

i rly l-i-teveniti2atSWo'i-loi-k; :, the L. & N. railroad d n : i. uu.i 't v, l I.Ill i iIi A FINE TOMBOLA, There are hundreds of young men MRS. S. MIMS 4

from box 43 I -- :- .1. it -urroundiiu ,
* .11 il trm for lire | stocked with fanty and co-tly prize?, |

..1 Cevallos and Wrishtj II I \1..1. Wriinc Medr I ....). 'V It .,-.-t .I- :II I nil IMresliineuts, nadir the management 1 : country wh-) attribute (.f Pen".if 'l| t. I- 1.-I J i
II MlJtSille was III th.!: "l !..UHntbCi'Utliry of l,, A. loK> in charge: of Mr. : 'their success: ilt life to havinB' taken i iiL (
I .;" .,:, f.m" !.t.i is Joe Febro, will trvtd
at .
i the must a""II.II..I.| | il indfiMiliitii d city sour-r in thii nch. !l. It q\ulill. RATES RE-A5NAIJI.Ii:

',: n il< ctioii from that ..; liiilcl"U-- it... I.', wtis 1,1\1':: :M''H.r.1 '> ; 1...' prices one for ba.lues;. ..
Hy TI.Dav. \V .k..r1"1111.: ..
: : ". city from the arc ? PIr-1 F'r'enebOperab In aibiuion t.. I'r! nil...TqunllU diti.n1: tldll ui |I' ,- 'o. ,dirt ALL LABOR AND .\ hauo.lllmdy illustrated catalogue ii ii i

l'ttiuII". she pl.ij.'l[ .i[ -,r :; .' -, I inow III cour-e of publication, Table F'irin-lifil wit. ti.. B. it itMarket -'- 4
Ifl' ill ; 'l ItA!! shops greatly in. i -U 1 11 .J jr r .\ If.rd"I
with a\lntol't1iDur I .o .
CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS which will be i--ued al"llt"I't: )1-t, i ilitij.
ucare! when the | depth of expri-ssiou. $11. on. ". ,li'l- J I. \li'tt ".ki i !II 1.1 itdi I '

ttl to Kiiih'ui, th. lI"t'd inns, ,, in. I 11\ ', ,I. I, ,.. I', I' ", I and (,eneral. Public are Respectfully end fr copy. .Address. o. Public Patronage Solicited.
triirreU that the water I 1"4 south ,
that her ardent vrifli wi.t. i"- .Hi, f.. Meux Principil! Pala-I j
Request d to Participate.TICKETS :
a'! 1M. F'reyutn
ti i i- : fie It '''tii-.
be enough .rtJx trt'f'.I Yo'
"' .uIJ not strong I eompiise and z:!'led 111111 to ::1 i\ h :r i i iTho
'N.i',: h, .imi ti! Id! w -;< .
-;Ki-e-sfally with a big tire few k-sbons in the ait iiu .as 'IHItY| HateMad" t" T''i\" \utjMH.

I.'r in the world." Kaiiiiiiu I uull.inll repliotL c t. ",, '. :t' .
H-t night was thought to C. Watson & Co. !
t'nion ,
lie kaiiilitl h- r a .It d .I |>..ijior can be procured at the Depot
*> p ."it\ '.- .111"1' the leading Real Estate: Agents, take
I rulod for music aidi! 4S Li-d! tn"! to Ticket Oflice.Transportition I

i. inn Wlturu..d iu by take her valuable brii
I boles in the lines wlwre'r she O.l.uht; C.. Ir"t..\ (lr i i 1)rputandAdmis-ton to the "SHI1 !; owuer3< of property manage the ': For '''UI'\4.' lj\I,IKM, Itoniiokr. \'.
v I OiVicnr Hilton, aud the . . UuUl i
I Grounds . . 'I, of their hou.f"lnd the col-j
proper. renting np.'n "fJt i- 1'": 4441.or th.Ifnitttif .
tV.t dm I? 1":
u i. the Midden explosion of a After the lady had coinrik-ted her V Children, -jc. !j.lection of their rents as clm"ciell-I ""1-ehuul. for 1 ouiihk, d..i, in tb- H.uThUlldCIU ,
New JI"U II end "Ulplll > nt.
:!,.. home of \\". I\:. Hobin- ) task Uaiuoau twk the s-tut't ot (Illwr.1 tilt''i ii ,lit. EvI't ir.irrtl Trams leave Union depot every hour ;' j:1.v2: ly as they! would them; lve.,1) Ci iipu.urn.Cr.-, hn4)ldrfIU9ntnlacln,1.. .. *-
into note d," from 1 till midnight. I IPersons ry In t'.IIy turned each puncture a I is nitrrtd: eve-\ r4lnist.'l..ttd Their chirzere very reasonable.Many .
t'RIi nU Aiu"rrau t..1U t.n hull
Ea-t As
Gregory street. terminwl its length. l'Il'Ctl'l1 a suitable i J coming by boat or other : I Coa.erratur' *..1van''i- Art,
occurred the thin done. This reniarkable j conveyances will be admitted Klocutiun.tudcai* (rum thirty z4t"I.
: cxploMon key and the ; was I ,
I .
For coiHliiKU inlilttMAlTih --
1 \ that aId And at 2oc to the grounds.
a': txt r IS
turned out I
bi"ct! wa picked: up and comjiosition I Ipm person in thi community f HAlUI- lively piece of dance mu>ic. ";ldel wasafterward i: he .Uhtii.. That MUSIC: BY THE I :-ufleritiK from kidney complaintwho t'tIONI'EItI'
urlrd from H witih! )w. This Dans
. entitled "Lcs Sauvajjcs: ; ;(! r is 't.n urI I could avoid fatal result by using -
* : .ici-iiiiipii-hed! : until the los Indes Galantes" and was popular' PENSACOLA CONCERT BAND. : ; Foley's Kidney Cure. W. A. AND DANCK AT

In France for a great number of years. MAGNOLIA: HLl'Fi- fUVHiOAYSHiH'
IV i- titled withntokr. and it j The Management reserve the right; D'AIemberte. S. Palafox. '
4t..d -earch of some time of refunding the money and refus- I ------ I TJAIT: b. ,s:;ilJ AN})
I admission objectional 9. LAST TRAIN RKTIMiXS
ins to parties. AT
: mi for a certainty that! ntl : I will repair your watches and
::burned in the !house.VAU MARITIME. i )jewelry( in first-claea style. J. J I II DKPOI.:iJl. TiCKET f.; TKNTri: AT

:N \ STOKI J MAltkKt.ep.tre.t ; -- I

I ;::; ARUI\'EDBr : THAT MADE \ P. H. THAn Crab nets and dishing rnittrei 1lj" fW ther'rlce "
I&IIJ- Ihf ., I The llet
:News h) .' ,M.-ist KrlniODl : "; Ko:; rs to ; K. A. CR1o DILLE. I 1 t ever IIJ here.
"'11111" Ii.\.1; Morr CooiiiM. imif: Vrsnsit O I MILWAUKEEFAMOUS JOE FEKRO. j jChairman' tackle to unit everybody, at I 0 M. Pryor.

* ,> ,1'S; H.. $1 71 in-nres The man himself who owns against his own lot home of Sporting Committee: : j the Willis. Hardware__ Co's. I ('a\re lune\r Ly buying .
* u I JcI
8 if. GN 1.1: trouble and worry. t'b.dcan ARTHUR MCONNELL. -- i1! furniture
your -
.I: raise hi* rent, and the rent day: has Chairman Refreshment Committee : BTOnXA. I
:slo E. .. la; ao terror for him. It's easy to owna JOE FERRO. Bears tb Irt RI \u Kate! A'wais Boffrt' I iI at Marston $ Quina'sGreat

K ..' !) ..... 1 -" home now-a-days. ThosC.. L. Bear & Co.. Wholesale Agts Chairman Gate Committee : Furniture Empv-
i A below l .' Watson & Co. can te41 you how I &rattGtiC i
I rium.
Pensacola Fla.
: iaPgrISt-i. easy it i*. Call: and see them.! I ,f I Yr




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( To NEW YORK BOS10\V I They hide its repulsive form, and this serpent dl=e ts l'I
New Rumors of Conspiracies TOWAOE T.\Rln':3-Fr, or uu- I stupefied by these drugs, lies dormant until the c.:l. "

l, ( nisr ALL F'I' contracted for, vessels: I I I have worn off or treatment is discontinued, when it

{ { EASTERN RESORTS ,fc Against Government. .. breaks down tile mask and becomes as full of lie .1: : '
Round in and out and two I I
I towage I .
l Via t t 5Beautiful Mercury and Potash may dry up tie: sores and erupt.s.!

The J rtlJt I TO DEPOSE CAMPOS-SALLES. r harbor moves), tic per ton. This I time they drive the poison back into the blood and s'I : "

@) ry rate applies whether vessel tows or upon the tender tissues, membranes and nerves, fir..i':; : : oJ

t OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANYJ : l most disgusting sores and even destroying; thy fits ,,:. : 1:1
J A :. S > > *" ', I 'Believed Revolt.;tionita Are Republicans not. and Potash .
Mercury cannot radical .
I accomplish a ar; : .
5O Hours of Ocean Hreezes'l Who Are Associated with Mo- !; Vessels not free, or contracted for: They have a palliative but not curative effect upon tV:, :.

Sailings each WeeK narchists to Prevent President.elect Inward Ballast, lOe. per ton ; like disease. These drugs produce mercurial Khutetth :-:( '

.. 3 from Savannah. Ga.l and corrode the membranes of the stomach and h .... ,

fV From Taking Seat loaded. 15c. per ton ; moving 111 hari mation and dyspepsia nervousness and general derar.. .. .
TP .,, .1,i- ",. I i.puLJ: lent n.ii ; r\ :
: .,.e r1.. -,, -.n I" 'HM. B'I i bor 3c. per ton. I S. S. S. is a Spt'Cififor Contagious Blood Poison] a! : .
i !r..,, r. ". ti..I.-I> I. i ,I..ilr f New York, Au!:. 30.There are nev. |
. for the virus that '
J .1 tip 01 i ,111! ( 1"I 1 4c. peculiar spread so quickly thru .
f of conspiracies against the City to and from Quarantine,
t 111..1. 'ir' .1' V .111 r,).". .. t i.i I.. Nr- t, rk L I corrupting the blood and infl.'Ctingevery organ and ill! !
\ Foil "AT" Rt i..T-oM. evmTii- f gOt erl.ment and of plans tor a rl\-I sweet, pure breath of the babe is ;I: per ton ; to and from White Point S. S. S. destroys the serI. ..tevery

J ..'.. T3 olution. cables TLe Herald's suggestive cf innocence and health.A .
"" .n. 1'< 1
... ....... f ic. per ton.Schooners. I atom of poison frnri t1:
TEH It '-'- > Ibhi t I. IU fl dent at Ito Janeiro Brazil. The I mother's Yearning for children is inseparable
... I '
... .,
K.valilrtl, liil-l !t..l r tlF w thorough and radical cure of '..', .
I xJaIt..II.-. t,,,..,..I a:.... J..h..I. got eminent officials! are adoptinsmeasures : from a love of the beautiful, and : : Round, or
i time builds the
same .
,"; }:"" it lthoo\es to bring theswrtebt up .inner
'r eeryornan .
to attempts
suppress any i loaded one 15c. ton ; loaded
way per contamsr.o1unea1"
.. ._.. I and bet influence to Lear on I'I ofarv l kr
-- -- disturb the situation.It
--- the subject of her maternity. both way, 20c. per ton. vegetable remedy and we offer $1,000 for proof t 1 ti.:.," : '

GENFIttli: KKINCH sciiKmi.Ki : is generally believed that tho I To relieve pain and make easy thzt .Write us about your case and our ph\3. ".invs. .: .

re\oluuocists are Republicans from period when life U born again, teali1erIovit1g in harbor ?25J without charge. Our home treatment book \\il:: r. .-.

Followihg the schedule of the Sas; Paulo who are associated wish Mother's Friendis | each tu< employed ; a*itins over I II desire it. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMh\-ti: ;'
government *ramtr General French monarchists for the purpose of overthrowing I "
bar. 100 each tug employed.TEVE11O1INli !
which THE News printfur the President Campos ;Salles: bt. popularly used It is a lini nest easily 1 -
benefit of the mf'rchHJt:10: ;hip ES-Dis-I FoleyV Kidney Cure will tore all Rubber how ,
Hire the tad of his term and thus pre- administered .n.l fir external use only.: | : CHARI+ ''I n '/.;
their iulJlb to the v triou army': houM I I di-eae= ari.infrom dijrd post*: vei.t the new president flute cuming ( it I'rejjiuntw being unticiiialjlya fncn.l try to this tar remedy during, 1 charging: Ballast 233.: ; guano, kai kidney* or bladder.-\V. A. D'AIf1Uthe Willis HaH I' \.

La\',,. I'ensacol'i ... .. ... .. .._ .._. 7'Wa. m. I into puwor. :. nature's term f if and..mticipation.flotlier'5 j nit, salt etc., 1O.:. same in baaSue; ; berte 121 Palafox.. .
suspense ; I Know 4>
Laves "arrl\lCh.. ...... ... ..... 7iiU... 111. Dr. Kilvauo Brando who has been m.11 i.
L -HV-S t'iclcvns ..... .. ... tIN a. Friend, if used throughout '!;jc. R. R. rails 35c." :.Load- furauotrsunrtec-.,! lr. .
L"hves i:arrtaea. .. .. .. .. ....... KlSa. elected to suoreed President Caui gestation, will soften the breads, thereby pyrites. ; I \
Leases nsHColn ... .. ...10:13 a. m'l pos,Salles. is senoiis'y ill. J'renntingcrack'J anti srenil'le5.:1 I intr: Timber, 'Ms.: per bOcu. ft. ; lumber Pocket cutlery and sCisYflU, will havtr.\ : >, w.
ArrlHlrranCM 11:10 a. m. an! tb ____ I I muscles striininith the burden wJrelax \ from the finest to the flower srardeu- ;: -
mattes: it trip to Ion Me Ken and Hen I jo'toI)\:, 1,000 lumber and 1 1I I sors I
per ; .
Y'-u .
turns to Karrancas.Karraucttj r"-I SIATING.I become supple anti el.ihtic from its : .
![( at the JT' allislahome, and
.... .. cheapest
LelOv"li 1-lip. 1 continued ajiji'ic-ition. I timber, on deck,To: to !.ltlc. per cu. ft. ; in- i i' : ,
Lehve. Pltk.'a ''' '. lJop.: : wiil though he ,.
fibres the abdominal
e All in region Hardware Co. may t' A
]L"sP'olohcol"...010l"Il'k..n- .. .... .4wp.">:15 p. Forts In Vicinity of Newport, R. I., ;t resjiontl readily to the expanding coverconUir.inytheerr.brjoifriother'iFrienJ ;stowing and trimming bulk grain: ,. Every woman w.ii.- .

Arrive Hurranen !>:M p. m. hnd mIL:.' I on War Footing. I i jil.iuper l.uOubu. ; sacking g-raiu.l'er i own, and if she will II
trip to McKr-r and rrlurn. .NewjHirt It 1., Aug. oU.-\\",th the is applied externally during pre -nanej. I Thus. C. Watson & Co
lwwJt'ta- j
On Wpdnedays' aturdayf vla'Pick.ens the. frump ol the First sachuaetto ar : Of all reliable drujipsts i $i fx) per bottle. I bu., '4c. ; sack hire, 3::. ; stowing I leading Real .
boat wiil have
The undersigned i take!'i= method I FA.I.t
Write for free book :1oth rhool1.
for l'eumroIl at u.iU p. m. tilkjrj beitLg and the tiunii-ts vI'' : ru I sack grain, 3-Jc. ; cotton, screwed, of Dtleriujf her services aU can &how her .." :
The General French i.s for army the Old Bay State natal militia guniing -! 3oc. per bale; loose, hand stowed, s20c. I tlrt-:lass lieeu"ed midwife, hav-j oiie.

purpo- only and any outsider mu-t it was possible! today to Imagine : ing had 35 years experience I
Lave a pifrom the quartermaster I that something in the nature ol real I Tomin>'. Great whetae.! I pet bale; round bale, 13c. a bale; Can give best of references from I Buy a new gar, i8

o take passage n i oil cake :30c. rock ;50e. leading; physicians of this city.
war hot been detlared against the I ; phosphate : from the, Willis //
MRS. M. OiiDEN, [I' '1/ .re
L'Littd States and that this part ot 1 and 5c. extra for leveling stave
I ; I Jltf lIt South DeVilliers Kt
STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE the vast coast Hue was threatened L} ( Company,
and general cargoes oOc. ; cottonseed -
a hostile fiett.
The fom-in this vicinity are now meal, bones, bran, Hour, grain, I OR. MOFFETT'S Cures
Cfcolerarr! !:?,
Itetucrn IViiMU-olii and practically on a war tooting and the sugar, and like general cargoes in U # g Dlarrhtx.w -%,

ISiint. K\: men behind the guns mutars, tearcilights : j I the BOM fr
Daily -e|>t Sunday :
bags 3uc. rosin 30c. iron
: j ; ; pig f
and the various 111t I Qg 'J Children
at signal stations 1 'i' i t

"cIi.OF TAMPA. are today ready for war, imajj-j i dumped, 25c.; trimmed and stowed, I FAT fTCETMING.POWD MiyAt5; .
II :
Lv \Iiltnn *' 'XAIII !.\ l'i>isa,' teary though it be. The Mulct of Interest I II 40c. ; tobacco, 1i21_e. per hhd. I II ISaPIS
ArlVo>--Ki'oln.s- urn ArMilum.l :':'oujJmhr. the Chid 9 '
in this pity today was over the j Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists tV
Bunker coals be had trimmed
."Ue; ou..d triP SLhl.A ; may i EETHIV, ,
arrival of the Massachusetts troops. I mail S5 rr DU to C. .. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS VOOFFIBOPlX
I under chutes or at It. It. wharves, ., ....
The ,
heavy atlllery came nrbt, followJ It. Ii thug r ry "I a' V TI\ I
I I I hure frond Pr. M..flMf- TEETIHN V a ,.l--n ii Jt, remedy and u.I hr nn t r-l,,,",? '
by the natal militia. The | : short ton inI .. ,. ..
artllkry fcrS-HKptr alongside
.. : i. ; b yas0.r.Y.' < hnJ, o"r.> >u d"I'- diy.redu-* r+ .1t.< wn d1m.1TI.F.TIIIS.t.u I
( 'fr DonUrj. I jl. II I a1--it' .&l.'n. tin '. it! iki .1 b .
: 'u- a t r M
rut i mi: n'n M
A few uioruiujis ii;'-t after a eight ufVTP on aching tHe was at once split j I stream, riJe.::; extra ; trimmed in t.'I.'5y'I'r... ., -rr-.I.I I'. .", *jtr'!. h-p* i* ni,J i, .-Io-rI w .I'. '. .
,.. .. ,. ..
up into companies and sent by tugs I Ito I |':' '- r n. in It I' pri&f .il T P.t f J' 4 11 m 11> it '
.> wind and rain a uoikin uiuu I ,..J I stream, &).:. xtra. l',ri.,.d Has pa. J. Mg .
aroused the three forts at the entrance of I IHay. INarragansett I
by :i wrajiiir; suuml at
the doer of big cottagv. On Io..l.i/l out The naval brt-I j 'ts1VIun POT CIIAHUKS Wharfage; sail,

be found the twist nag made by a Karl. found the gunboats Mayflower 3-lu of Ic., steatnjc.. per ton per 4a ,
'I and Scorpion outside Goat island wait-!
duuk j
ftranjje 1U drove the animal
y. 1uirnthaIthesin"and
day, Sundays and holidays excepted Narnfevrss
; :
way thr-f tinu-s. but it n-tunii-d enrli ine i for them and it was but the work! < ;

time niul at List ud>l.-d tll the previou3i If i of an hour or two before the entirf "-' '- harbor fee, Ic. per ton ; '..C. per ton

f noise a 1.lallltlUlIIIIIII;:, slio'niiii as | contingent was afloat. The gunboats for steamers calling for bunkers; I secure the most delicious tj'I.issof .
plainly as it was able hat he was to left the l arbor as soon as the naval! ::'iv you: u..ikn? that terrible .
I quarantine, none. ,1 beer in I r
f. follow it Uo\vu the n>a.J.He I militia: were on board I 1J.i"t. for'' yct produced Amtnc a

l. did !so and on rwu-bir; a dump : ji i "I'm, kevpiiii.: baby quiet" PiLoTAiiE TARIFFS-Ptr foot of ,I II

f of thick brushwood saw a little fetalntnnled. His Sight Threatened. i i"While "1Vhere's Laliyy" I draft, up to and including feet of I I 1: He drinks bcstvhodrinksKibst! d

% which ln imniMiattly "Uniltr the tin.
r I l liuiat. The iniitlji tlniiLoy shid the r.-i' picnicking last month my j ------ draft, six feet, $2; nine feet, ?3; v

I' grwatt>st d..Ifelit. licking: and fondling 11-year-old boy wa poisoned by''i iI A Necessary Precaution. thirteen and a half feet, ?1 ; nineteenand I 1-1' All Pabst Beer i.s brewed from B speriallv p'>
I I : malt malted in acrbrdance with the b 'st Cor' .
the littK- 'some weed or phut, ?aNV.. H.j Don't neglect a cold. It is worse ,1.--
L captive whom i l.e hall lulid ;
a half ff'etj; ; twenty feet and I Our hops are the best that .
1 Dibble, of fio'ux la. "He rubbed I i V.ods. money can pi >
to rescue so wou
----- I the poison otI hi* hands i itto his using One Minute Cough Cure I over, ?(>. Each harbor movement, :'J PABST BREWING CO.,

f. 11!rd linn Cannot II.11'ho I eye-sand for awhile we were afraidhe .. you can cure it at once. Allays in- S3; ; city to quarantine or vice versa, j -

knows of a bird tbat caniiot i, I would lose his .Iiht. Finally anpjshbnr tlanmiatiou, clears the head, soothes I $10; steamers calling for bunkers
9yT i iKvcn recommended e\Vitt-- -A IiSO-:;
c I and: strengthens; the mucous mem- pay in and out, ?2."5 per foot of
tan..- Witch Hazel :Salve.
u !goose can tly, though Thefirytkpiilicdtion I
very awkv..lydly. Hut I know of on- ', helped him and in a few days'' brane. Cares couh", croup, throat I draft.

the auk who t-ninut ty at nil. fur his !1 hpwuias well a* ever." For ?kin and lung trouble Absolutely safe FINE WINES"\ LIQUOBS ETC

r. wings anti>o short, and the iaxlr fil-i'i di,ea-e*, cut, bum. scald wound! *, i I Acts immediately. Children like it. I FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE. ,

,.. I
far back that! hitan hardly! walk i '' -idu.y Kahu. Will cure Diabetes. :
once. 15ew.'irf ( f countprfpit*. If ar- I Will cure Stone in Bladder | S. A. FRIEDMAN
How then dons he Kt aliout aijd find
UH' Pharmacy, John! Sheppard: :Sidney Will cure Kidney and Bladder;
his food'? An old hill sailor iiine i Kahn. 1'nkiug UN l'.ithrr'. I'hu-r.
I. i I Di*Pa*es.-W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 >:9
years ago explnlncd that "all their General Banks lelutithat when h. Palafox.B I1 O. BOX IIH.'IIO': I

walk in' was dour by sivimniin'." Tonil of Boo..... I early ia the war be \\;!!- ordered to

Their broad wolild f.n.t are god 11.-Is your boy fond of boriks | Frederick Le Lad to leave Ins familyat A NrfERS Ai. VE.

anti their nhort.xiiii;.-, are useful lIars'j' !>.-Very. I gave Lim a copy of BultimiTe. They went with him he most healing 88\II8ln t>" won ICE
o dlt'S.kTh,'> p>t t\er the ground l I'\'I j "HuIo lJ'oli Crusoe" tile oilier day, and to his train and as lie Unitbis wife )I AND

swimtain'. which i is the best way ford I Le got lots of fun out of it. I a tender jroodby Le said to his little

thin si-elu' tdv ifrouiid where they lois I II.-I didn't know Le could read. i M>n, then only live ju olu. "1'ou : mm DISEASES WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LAHGEIi TH +

mostly watlu-r." !!.-Ik- can't rend Lut he tears tLa: | must: take good care ot } nor mother '
am away. \'-tiiK! iniiutili.ately .
pages out and makes boats of them j

:\ll'n till! He nil-)N. Oh. yes; he's fond of books! on his them ia&truttion.v.ben: stoijK'd tor them the '-arcouvejins to tin molt fatal! of ill (Us* S END US YOUR ORDERS NCW.

In theescitf meut of .1 lively exercise M.vlnir 1IU Father Hair. nli ht, the little the-yi car-old tuk-kly| :tL i

like bo'it-racing or b ill-ptayius Lord Charlt-s was often troubled by Lupi.tal off and gallantly extended a I IFOLEY" Thompson, Olsen & Co.

they will ;train their muscles and iro Importunate aoqr.aintauces.: who bee: Land to Ills mother to help her off lust MONEY CUIE I IIIIi

home liulp iIi and !'orn. I'hen they as Le had seen his father 1I0.-:5t. '
Louis Manresa Street
lied for some of his father's (the Puke IlIrI.t.M ItMIJ Telephone J4 .
are glad hey have Perry Divis' Globe 1 .iJ..wunat.I'"tur _
Painkiller band to oothf the of 11'tlllntuni hair. On such! occai I -

quivering nerves ; to tbtnucle > sons: ho said: to nn old hiTvunt whose j
penetratf refunded. Conttlni
with! warmth and !lif-alitj: hair wns like the duke'.: "Sit; down ;I and Kurmr'. l.aj. or coni7 emfII I WICKS & Coe
One cf the
'' parish on.trtorn- remedies recognized bv
power. lia-relieved the pain: of John. I must cut off nuother! luck: .
A farmer kind
iiij uble
two generation-. of Aint-ricau*. A nice fat turkey raided-on corn I Dent physicians u the but la ;,

Large bottle_ _25: and_:iI) cents._ I Tie eggs; of FiUkWorm! ran wlthstaa To grate the paator'b table.The K.tdnlJ' and Bladder troublu-i! Plambep Gas and Steam fitter

l, without Injury. a temperature ,
I'Sn.rualklus;. I farmers lad went with the fowl PaJCI .. Y1.K\ : ,
jfcf 3S decreed below zero. And thus
Head nll'I'i.! addressed the pastor! :
: IS.\I'rl'lyl- heard
I "Lis ne ino: if I ain't tired! Here: U W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. I II No. 6
South Palafox
you tell the l l..i'\; ->hi \\ouM find the! A gobl f-r rum : Street.
rttdansi the counter to the lett The typhoid fever mortnl'ty! rnrto my y .- 1 All Kinds o; Plambing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept "I' H&:;d

New l'I..r\.dlit'r-Tbat's! nLt-re they from 3 per cent to 49 per cent The pastor s.jld. "Thou shouljat not thus -- rI I. j VULKPHONK"ML au '. ....;N .uIA. 'Iu\
I'rtier.l the fowl to me. .......
are. i Com. uk my chair and for me act, I
Ilea 1'looraalher-Yes; but you Cure Eczema and Itching Humor ;! And I will act for thee. ; I i

should have told her to go to the right! Through the Blood-Costs Nothing & A.a : Acrery

prat the eta ktie bargain counter, turn to Try. I The The j.rtuicher's fowl the I chair.astcr received took. the boy, I .

to the kit past the stocking bargain B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) i? i \Vent out with It and then came in, ._!. c II
counter, then three counters to the I With pleasant smile and lock II I (SUCCESSOR in AVERY t M'KLK
now recognized a* a certain and sure !
rlcht: past the silk &kiit bargain: couu-i II
ter. awl so on. You'll never make a cure for Eczema, Itching Skin, Humor 1 And to his young Ito tern he said, I IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
"Pear I
sir. my honored master
Hrabs Scales
t Watery Blisters ter
1eurn alke-r.--Judge. i Pr.s.nts this turkey and his bestFb'spects I
I Pimple; Aching Bone* or I j to you his pastor." i r.i;) t r t II HARDWABE.

Joints Boil*. Carbuncle.
One -flnlti>ii of It. I Prickling: <
"Good!" sail the bo>. "Your master is I
"What Jv you coniJor douiestlcltyla ; : Pain in the Skin, Old Eating: Sore*. A
ntkroan and schoJar'!
nunV" i I Ulcer, etc. Botanic Blood Balm My thanks to him and for yourself |j Iron, NaiU Axes; 5hovls, !Haw Mill and o5teu.

-It is the trait of "v\anting; to stay | taken internally: cures the worst aud I Here la holt a uollar." I ,Supplies, Cooking; and Heating Stoves, Paint '
mot deep-seated cases by enrichiu, Window Glass Guns Pistols and Fishing Tars
borne when his wife wants him to i
go .
purifying; and vitalizing the blood The p !Stor tent around his mouth
out with" I thereby giving a healthy blood supply A most peculiar twitching! I Agate and Tinware and Houseftirnisliiir. food ,

"And what is domesticity in worn- to the skin. Botanic"Blood Balm And. t'j the gobbler holding fast j
.:1n'" i* the only cure, to stay cured, for |I' He "bolted" for the kitchen.He A Quick Breakfast t tis LrAGE\S FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL CO>

"That "h.. these awful, annoyingkin troubles. Stitched En
: trait of being willing t> gave the turkey to the cook Revere Giant Belting, Northampton
stay home v I .... her husband wants to .I Other remedies may relieve but B. And came, back la a minute. Wheel Co., Laftin &; Rand Powder Co., Johnson h
B. B. actually heal Then took the always possible when a cook has and Buck Stoves aud \V
go out wlthou .er."-Chicago :'05t. cures every I youngster's hand and left somine Iron King Range
I Ic8 II sore, and gives the rich glow ofj; A halt a dollar in it. Gas at her fln ers' ends.A CouP: &; Co.'* Raw Hide Lace Leather, Ma=ui

health to the skin. Build up the Western Teacher. Made Railroad Colors.
I broken-down body and makes the. match, a light-e gs in three f)3.)

blood red and nourishing. E recial. c8 i minutes. Chops or steak in tea, and Masonic Temple Pensacola.

i ii advised for chronic old cases that -- --- .
doctors, pateut medicinee and hotspring I there you are.Xo .
i fail to cure. Druggists, Ttdt signature U on box of the ,! .. 1
fl. genaia : ,
This ilgcttarp <\a "pry tat cf the (t nuine smoke, no smell, no ashes. :: tf. B. WRIGHT>> COillPA 1 1V.
laxative To prose B. B. B. cures, sample ;sent Laxative Bromo-QuinineTablets .

Bromo'Quinine I. free anti prepaid by writing Blood t the remedy that core a cold tn on daI '. Better use Gas: don't you think? \ '
the rcued/ that cares a cold la one! day
Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe (.
Others do DULU'L
I why not you? Want to \ MANUFACTURERS AND
| trouble, and free medical: advice sent
Marston jQuina have ]l in sealed letter. Foley's Honey and Tar know more about Gas? We'll tell -
I fRefrigerators11 I LATHS
somevery nice Dressers and 80 oo/.sJes. .I you gladly. ,

Wash Stands very cheap. I have a Water coolers that do t: l
not IiLJJ C11 l
Just the thing to go with few left, which we will sell waste ice, at the Willis Pensacola Gas Co SAWED CYPRESS 3EIKGLESKil

Iron Beds. I at cost. Marston $ Quina. Hardware Co.'s PENfiACOLA, FLA I
25 and 27 E. Garden St., Paniaccla, Fli.


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t.' : :._ Balm; wtYFEYER W Special to The Daily Xewa. '

tat IlIarf'. / !
.dl.-t. J20.000SYSTEMATIC Asheville X C.. Aug. 23.-Professor

awe It :Speedy Jr.. the high diver when attempting
Guaranteed Pure.
r and
yeaog to dUe from a foot tower :

a .ltly.eolc1 \1,: L"'yoo.: None So Good. Into the lake at Riverside park by' for Infants and Children.

H'als PLAN FOR LOOTINC electric light, missed his footing and
", Ille COLD' HEAD The Kind You Have Always Bought has born the signature
struck the bottom of the lake headforemost
Sold Everywhere.:
% S"n&.s ol 'f4tP ana lllt'Il.1 I FREIGHT CARS IN ATLANTA.Special of Cha.. II. Fletcher, and lias been made under IIHjiervmal
I'rlal Sle luc at J> (/
f 'j He was rescued' and moved to the supertision for over IJO ,'(':\r s. Allow no onto

tI.P.RIITHEIt deceive in this. Counterfeits Imitations and"Justasgood"
\VarroStrrrt. New fork Mission hospital where Dr. William

to The Daily News. CONVICT TO HANG the surgeon; of the General Electric are but Experiments and endanger tho I

= I ; company. found Speedy in complete health of Children-Experience against Experiment. .f
Atlanta Aug 29. More"than $30.
Society, Attention.
Medical meeting of I II' 000 worth of goods have been stolen paralysis, having; sustained a fracture The Kind You Bought
T will be a regular : KILLED PRISONERSpecial 01 the spine and a compressed spinal Have'Always
In the past seven months from the boxcars
cola Medical Hociety 81 column He is In a critical condition
i. ad of Health oaf'.ce it a of the Southern Atlanta and West -- Bears the Signature of

I K ,m Tue-d.Iy. rppt. 9 and 25: Point Central and Belt Line raiUajs

\' .;i phyiciana: are cordially in and arounj Atlanta. This chare to The Daily News: An Ataunlntt 1'et.A I
box turtle is an especially arauslns
Ice;: ttaaand.DK.W.. Is made by Detectives Kilpatrick. Lan Raleigh X C.. Aug. 29.Vana Spi- I :
C. DEWBERY, I pet. A correspondent tells of keeping
ford and Steint of the Atlanta force ve> a convict serving a 20->ear sentence r
President, one in a large but shallow box filled
and Private Detectives Scarlett and, on tb" penitentiary farm near d :

D f EM: BLOCKER Secretary, Connally. of the Southern railway. "Weldon is under sentence to be hang. with sand to the depth of four inch I II

The detectives say that it is one of ed Ot'rtxr 3 for the murder of a fel The box was covered with wire netting; I In Use For 'Over'. : 30 Years. t

PARKER'S the best planned and most thorough. low-convict who was serving a life nUll contained a lire dish of water, hf m..u CO..... .7 Onn., .IW .o wn

HAIR BALSAM Ij executed schemes of railroad thiev.Lg term for th> murder of a woman. Spi- plenty of fresh muss and growing .... !( t
.. i ferns. In the winter the turtle al n -- -- t
Cl and t..u.f. Lie hu was
I'D laiur.*rt growth.1h ever known in the !;south and that vey was sentenced jesterdaj; He is
/ Nan J trl Fall. to lipitore Color.fra ,rapHa.r seviTul Atlanta merchants are implicated : white and sit was his viaira S'ji 'owed to roam around the house, as I THE GARDEN SECTIONFensacola !
to. it>..Youthful... have seen them in schoolrooms Thisurres"indent ,
( )+ Cun-o ... p di- It &a r 1.Jwi. and that they nave the proot vey was sentenced to the penitential .
lid |1"01 11n11I'
fives I
( an amusing
i in hand ti> onvict for killing his uncle He Is one of ? ae'l 0-0:1-0: ; !
count of the manner in which the turI
YOURSELF I It Iii allied\ that during: the part the most desperate and dangerous; i! I
&* CURE tie went downstairs, falling; from stepto
t'.lUAGfornnnature, I !even month the "lIftin has been all the W state convicts Florida
(lltEy. diecharGraind.mmato.a, step. wieh time landing on its back .
daa I earned on with a systematic thoroughness -
_e irritation or ulcrratu&at After a struck; he would turn overand
t( raucous me ail ram i. that would have done creel Heredity and dentils.itioiit .
t&oa. Paitilmi, and cut.iUiaCDl thin try the next step a- before Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
C0 or put.auuua. it to the very best business organization rzpo" of the laws, of uemlity
Jt Arriving on the ground floor he always -- ---- -
tluld bT DruRhlAot. fall in clew to the under-
in the affording no
,ut 0 or coroporation anywhere

or IT eetit eiprtiw in girl, prepa:. xraypr..I: l"t}, UniMl! States, and that goods of all standing of ;Kf"'U:5' As thef laws t>finhtiitanif t'"tallj"h..1 made his luni way>tlf to in the a corner kiflifu marthe and Beautiful Lots for Sale.

+"1' 0' 11 tit. ..r 3 ""till&. I..7:!. kind have stolen ae nowiiouniletl it
*;ircujr tcLt uu red...,6t been kitchen tin-
I Thr thieves. it is thought by the detectives vvouKl M-t-ni that 1It1 uI! -iris could This n'tula.Is me of an niieodnte re 40x137 \ feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord- i 1

have been operating during I e\,'r rise[ alwve the average level of hted bj I :Abbott. Of a bus tiittoisehe ing to location and surroundings.

rJ-GOLA y=* 1: the past seven months but the firti l'1'l''I.tlilll'lIl'ratioJs., and we have all writes: I :I I

i i inkling of it pet to the ears of the d?, had thini-'iii'N of commonplace aneCsturs. I follow'<'d and found him still traveling Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View ; 1
ieal Mills 'in animal; cMtl'onre; i b;, as n
Gr and I tt''ttlts about lour months:, a:,o. and in a tlut-ct course and was just in Fertile Lands.
rule, easily niomiuteil for; in man it is High, Dry i; :
during this time they han been on a time to witn'-s a funny scene Tae .
Y. P GONZALEZ 4 CO., Prop i, lot !'o. How ('oini-s it that in the "IIIII -- -- I I
still but ffictive hunt for the daring; stamp bank of a d irmly iiie iiii-iuln-r rigs not merely The grandest opportunity for investment ever
taouTaet ere and eminently successful "litters: reitlunl, and the tor!<.ise was ,'ontt'm.1
:11..1' all the rl..t, but al.ive the bulk
f, r MKVLASIII'rUKOKOLNl: According to the detectives the plan l>I.itiu the outlook It was: too offered in Pensacola.
L uf inankiiKlV One fllIb'.If the lloiiapntis -.
STOCK H-EI ha; been executed in this way: Xt- a ileMi'iit for ordinary! (' : : alJrtlJll/I Ito /
I was a Naimlttm; one only I of fl-
Horn Industry for there lin gums paid to do the work would b.- go in sl :11'.11 of a More e.i"uo-::;inseems :'; Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
Meal ane Sl.akt"-pt'nres could write "llinn'
-.hould /
''' you buy your -
notified that of certain not to have been thought of. At
Homo Munofftcturerf ,, a freight car a ; -11 .
H : tram the Itt" And Why should the on of an
..,:( you ?mouraie home Indusmonry lint. and bearing a rertain num1>('-. i i I.lricoiii.hirt' lariiier and his last, leaninj over the til e as far as ClixlDTos ,
Uleftia the community ordinary A.
,' i tarn "rc Indirectly bfucttteo, would reach th<- citv: on or about a I pitibably onlinary wife have turntd possible, the creature withdrew into ii!
the bom ml\ouh.eturl'r you his shell and sent himself bj n sadder
HI en tain day. The negroes would!
tt to thec aseol labor. tot ow, out not merely the greatest n.ituri push flf his hind feet head over iieN II Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets
Watch for the tar and when it reached ,
'ommnnlty In which yon live a&C I Iili iu"tilillt't of his time, but of all ii
.npportROPESSIONAL down the inrlnie and lindeil on his
U "1tf\hntf'* to your the city they would await a convenient time'e are still waiting fur a second -

| time and when the car was on a side\ l
CARDS.W \ traek would intentional I think the Utter The Vice Prrsadent. l'a>.blt'r. ASS't Cashier
KO to It at night and after men an"vports" j- to give us a word tf
______H_______ _._____ whole manner of the tortoise seemed
.n' Butting the seal it would be merely for a thing and imnly to cover ignorance

C. ROWE, M. D. a mattfr of having help and a wagon; The port tort 1,,- caused, to indicate it.-St. Nicholas ;,:

conveniently near. and the goods, and what was the cause? The ext1. First National Bank
.. 1'aUfoi I I
'p 17 S. would hr taken, out of thp car haul.l l. lent work 1.',gar done in tracing the in- Ht

a. m dod I la s p. m to a convenient pot, hidden and thl"i11 tluentv of htrt-tlity only makes: more I PENNYROYAL PILLS '!

sold at It'isurp. astounding: tl!c.>e prodigies i of genius.-' -/"V Irlea..d 03. F-'>i>NlAH':. A ....r t r | .die*... UrutrHVila PENSACOLA. FLA.
P'xono The spimjtional' feature' nt- the thl"- I Baltimore Sun. t f' 't"' m CiliiIL TtI. Sa.I<1I OF
.- : I ,A. lit II .n: .old aj.l..lKT (MM ...|, 11
Ins is the f hargf that some of the me- .. B'2"lt ntnt 1. .... ..
: Dlh. KrftiMVSJ
.'." - ...... : I 'bantof Iqj ll.......>n. ."."....11..1.! ... .nJ Iralt*. DIn.ECJTOR: ::: .
4 w- ( Atlanta are in league with The Original. I f/T tl.n. huyif yvur I"...... or ,"t 4c.laJf I I .
.iAuipf fir 1..rtl."I. T KNOWLES, W A BLOUNT F. C. BRENT N.K HYEIt.Jt. r
: the thieves! and. in fact. hathE' < H TK FOR jl It is said by philologists that there \ 'to Vi "Krllrf for L.dlq".n blur, '
nt-ero to do the work and them I'I'I' '. ,arM }|MU. lo.oooTmmomw Bcllb} D. G. BREST, j
pay ..
are thirteen original 1'uropi'an LIDfftiip .II! i".u'hkh I Ckrnlrcl <
.... .. .._.. .. ,
"'''' I. .A. ... 1'x l1 t n
THE PEOPLE I by giving: them a nominal price for <'
I the jowlf: No nanurn are a- vet d1. \onieeUi! ISiscijin: Iri"h.llIa DRKINC'S-----
rmi mlU t& n Ul
\ till a Cent I ll I"l. j man Tartannn. Illyrian Jaz.jiaaCUauom i an ; i uga

and I'innie.Fnley's TRY NEW DISCOVERY
I' ., liedde ----- I

\ ,. "I had diabetes in its \\"lIr"t form," ____ l'I .
.,. ,
i. r\ \
.1 write- : Marion Lee ..C Dunreith, I Kidney Cure U medicine i FOR THAT COLD. | JCT\Ve draw! oar own Bills of Exchange; on Great I'rltaln, Ireland ;"

; : Ind. "I tried n -iiH>! '\'-iclauwith-: I TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Germany, France, Anstriu, Italy, Holland t I aiL, Btlgiam, Russia Kci ,
U"I -\ I Ol.t'NI,. free from poi-ons and will cure
out relief. Only three bottle! of '1'0Iry' any
.. I I Cures Consumpt onCoughs way. Sweden, Denmark and other European cocntnes.!
< Kidney: Cure made inn a well eve of kidney di-eu-e that i- notbeyond -- -- -- --

V I t., inprovt-d amounts real at low rev m'w P.t1.ifox.." \\'.-A. irAlembfrM, U 1 b. I the reach of medicineV. I Colds, I5ronchiti, A thma, SIC'Velaela Di'bnrR Iron the Mnpt Fa.ora'de'Ienne, and theft

,ul Lr.Ite t.. HrooM PneumoniaJIayFeverJMeuri Obligations Taken Payable at Port of nesjiravtoij Ten or Fittest DaT|

.. 1'iilHlox ht. li'hfrl 1\-I'AlembertH :h 1'ilafox -,t. I after Vessel ArrlT there.
asulm'I : LaGrippe, hoarseness: I --- -- -
\ niece nf the rep. .
Sore 4TSafoty Deposit Boxe for Rent in Connection ;
Throat and
l I'll vou nerd money? Tinwinter ..f the tar north is not Croup I
I want :711BTOItIIf: with which wehRTea Priva Apartment for tha.Utrt t
t..y amount you Wholly silent althoj! so little! life i iin.iiiitt'vt Is 1 lmi Yrt Hate Bat d Whooping Cough.NO I
inand lowest rates : gears the a Peals\ of Rentors.
; t
.' .on .iiiprovcdcitv real iit that MM>: southYnlalu I 3:$18tu0 CURE. NO PAY.
4rrYt4 ,
r.- +
>in tptlill KoMcwcy's: acount "I'hi" #if
-:tI of / .,! Price SOc. and $I. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. '

'I 1 In KOKKOM MONtY <; ,winterstav'nl.iinl on thi>tln tart t'a"t\-r\toast' d'ar11 "tn : I I / WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !

j \ 'ii'iir- your property pro-
.\ tin-f IIIm.'n"'nt of tbf ict' -
i! : ,tl.-. bu\ or ..11 reals- !
: till any description, bad \.. ;: r'row thug and pn ssiiir. land THE NEW GROCERY STORE.MILL I :v. N I.. .I.I far,at ,banrtd n'- a-\ .'I'IEaP

ir your tate attend to ri_ awl the "t's &101.. w' .1 1.,11I'. n II
pushinir breaking i I
CV HtlOD tO.mJ mute w. 1. ,
1drS I'hOS --- -- - -
ot the f...,{"' I) 0 i ( .' '.. it ,..'". .
at "i
insurance mnt r''nb\- snow I.i ing (( . at r-
1"1<' moovrat 1'o..v..ryoo. r II TIM
a's till not ::U on iiui>.fi>:sl.v. but are ;:<" or. I..'II. 1. .'rrt.n. t'"
: trout th 111'f will lent money ." .f.. ,. .. lid.""
huud a bouse, !d-tf !ly accouipaiiifd bj certain siiutnh. MOYER I 4 a P M" .R pew '. e twit... a .r,.... -t. ,.. I(. tJ
-- .-- -'- ''''''''. .' "I k '''. It "" ,P .411. ...ltlr
winch are railed! the "vok-is" tlu ,i am' Iii.d.dbwt ..- .. T.
'd .Y I
I'...IKflll- Ile a :,l xL.r. ll.w:;; trarlo;'- ..
llV. !i Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stock .. ,. ;, 611.1.1..... 1.1..1 "I.
HIt.E for >-,,le or for Now we hear a low sin;:nu, splashing I' .t 'flat a 1..uhtnlf., .1- r..t. J .
1 1' .1.1.I.ply at .ii Ka-toreg- i of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries. 'T 1" .llno..1.filII! .lb r.r tit.l. t _,
k"T"L -
'talwI or grunibUn; : aitt-rnatuu with va- I 19.r1 urula,4i' I\'' '" I. 1I J
', y'a.d d' J ,1 .
,10m" I. I..t- "
nn I. I J'
.illus otlur noises I"rackil1Jln.1 .. yatt ., ,..g ,,, ', r
; Mi.ip : No 30 W. Government St. Salisbury Block. Jl'1 I" A. .i 'x 111I
,... tur *.Mn..-" tenroomt L' .1 \I W ',} ..+ art' -'x.Ws.. .
'hit-..' and 1"\.lllit'u. phlg; now it !umls iin-cularlj from a s. ;r N a : .It '" I' If ', t'''' J;
I .' I houID (jrw>d cont Tent dio ta nl"t'. like n i-oiitu-ion of human TEI."tlon: s.7 Cor ,4ter...tx t MJ". .r f.rrr. ... iv.anfh \ j
I i ".t bj !H feet d">p. *!" I I ..n r : ". \ QID)
ftlltf VOHVS, the hanging; din of a ; '< "I.'u.. .t! w n w. I.. I. w
In. few w1' I.... .. n" .I ; b ir '1 rI
train or a shed, mz party, t.r von fancy I .nd.'n: f It" A't, IUnli1, -- nSALVON'A 1.'JI a II..n" d.7it y

olt .'-141-;.. gnu hear the ttps amioices of all The Star Laundry I SOAP CO., [or. 12th I Pint Sts. ST. LOUIS, MO.

!I" r rent lielow post a line sorts of animals. : .
F '
u,t from tb" faclon 1 IHTU is a ib.irm in li.tcuine; to thectountls I : .. 1... 'j .'_. ._ -f
,t. it". orunns. dt',,k>, and ----- -
.",t brlu9 on a still uu'1.1. i Biggest Busiest Best I
.. .. -r"rrRKona :0\1. If -, 1 CHOICEST
: .
--- J have blOfoll aiit 'nz-f1 to take .
mo-t desirable lot toe.y : '

'.:.".y terras Sfl4', south, by the PalafoiW. Usher Or. Oeo. Ewing, a practicing I'liyicun i All Evening:' Call on +ub-criptioue: for \\tn Jf-nninRj 1 i
film tt f 1 *" : I [ ;
of .Mnith Gro\e, Ky., for HryaF's fnlllI 1111D COIIFFCilsfll[ g
,. I : Your Swell Friends 1paper+ fl.(M J eriCommoner.:id- I
Melts :, _ i iIi over thirty yearv rite- hiperonalexperience @ I''I ll !
Tho-e de-inn, the
vance. ; paper I j
V o: to barn tmrbfr trmlfHiiiini with Foley'- Kidney ( will find will be -AT-
warmly received
you 1 it '!
:. ffff work.HXiifrt t canIAVP -nt ti> thenby -et-dm,?
'it 111'.11. quirwL W.. i Cure : "For yeirI had ben greatly t if you are well and neatly 1 El.0Oto the underlined.H.M.. I C. APOSTLE'S

.turt"1 ware.guaran- ) bothered with kidney audbhdder % }I' II R.K-HE, ,
inducenn-nts iip-
dre:sed ind linen
:'i-tanie. Writ t(Kla>. trouble and erlirif-d protratel.nui. your Irrpproach-- I Carp Daily N,>ws.

.. ," New. Orlean-, I I.a I u-ed everything; known tu i f/ ) able. A woman of rf'tinpmE'ntalway 14 East GOVernmEnt St.,
antfN .lion without relief, until I a A I
the profe i gauges a man's well bred instinct ; Formerly Cordova It*-,taUraIlU Stand
commenced to ue K"ley'Kidney
,t 'I'J'U. Cure. After taking three bottle* Ivasentirelyrelieved .r; by the t condition[ hi* linen,, I! '- Every W oman Ooecir-loddofPine-ipplesatH.TJ

\\ \ ,..'d l "II.'ltnt; will pay \ and cured. 1prescribe 4. --. r-I ) and he goes into her presence ar-'I .ff '. UI lt'ofk' to $2.(X U per dozen
'-'m to right! oned- I I\ V ,y, 'at a tl.e wr'.
daily in : red with when Ili" shirt ,
.mer. mntfii it now my priutice m) beauty ,, kt4Rllt
I .
I' Whirling Spray
\ S.
md heartily recommend its tie r collars: and culls have been done u p) ; ". .1..""w '..Ia.I ,....". ;. c'I
\\ iinfli o> empty beer to all phyiciinfor such trouble- 1 r ]t't \ (' '''IRI" n. iiitt. vat I 1 NTAMD
)tfvv hundred- ojpaes at the Mar Laundry. I '.::::-,1'" \. ,MllB Ii
M V KKIEDMAN: noT have prescribed it 't, ,/" "II...... ,lkntl7 ;

I with perfect success.V.. A I'" ,....4..100. lor", ', TIlfflI'tinyCp.lCI: :iresuprrtoritO
itt.antll uul '-, I D'Alernberte, 121 IMlafox. hp'tan : '' .
------ I : ; ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods CalM for and Mime! Free, I M t itsF.L.tIIlWJtLe'.ocrDv 11.: ., '/1'11- .).., 1BlM11.JallI of (, 'Fou.n.tmt aiba,
I wnderarpl "t .y C>- and Injecti'TJCJ ]L a"v
,\ t.1.1.I 1 sM pl'MH *- I 11I"'r..llo .k ..ak< yf.a I, l' r.1i 1 I
M Mrnt and (,. .1. KuthK Ii i, If you want a good Bedstead -.1 TELEPHONE 114 27 GARDEN ST. fll.I."i.l1Ja..I.j"..'. I tire 10 43 b
t Ii N;."U on mid tbcm pump>laItiicntv !111Mh1 I i or a nice Crib for flu. I t1uaL.alotxdlea. MtRI.Lo.. ,.;........ get d J w-i.- > !'th',,itc yilf''rp,.,

v 'ni\ but .tnctlTfpolttrntt Ibabigo to Marion $. WALKER INGRAHAM Manager. : Room ac: Times Bldg:.. New y'ork .: ; talc AW in nRUCGISTS! .
M \ tllive HH'MB I ,

'.' alll1' I __ -
Quina's. n H
-- I We will launder your spread tot

.ti KKOW.N oK: 15 tents each and make them lool !
tock nod I": fOr R"I... Again
b- i Mills HarJuHff lv.t( like uw Star Laundry. : McKENZIE OERTING & CO. : KNIGHTS OF PYTHIASIxxlge .
-- I ; dftI
( Yin <(:( )( )1)11 !-', I If you want a nice present to givE 0 IIIALI1: : Ilt- 0 I Ppnaacola No. 3, K. of p.. f 3h.Award tM fir oIj

l t.\U HEIKIFNanotecturrrd. I to a friend, go and look through! thE meets every Monday even

.. n.-r in Hair loods. Hat*. ToiletS I elegant line of suitable articles 81 I lag Bt *>.
:: i. OUrtc.a2v % uoTrrnmentin J.I. Stephens, you surely can If fine| :, Ship Chandlery and General Hardware, A i, in the third Bioont Coor.VUltlng WttiorBolldlng $ I.W.HARPER
yot t'ta
to you.
I something: : bretbren eoruiktl1 ,
1.0 r 1"unernl,.. want anything in the Diamond fIDE JI I I 80S AND 005 3. P.o\LA.'OX 8TIIEKT. welcomed KENTUCKY

F ; Rtl! K.\Li furnlbeed I be sure to see him before you buy. AGENOY II 'c. H. HOBHLEB H. A. LFE.LK.K.4 W-HISKEY

I( in boaqnet or special d 'blgiIK I REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S SONS CO., H. I _
t: ort'no.t; Writ Gregory bes\t\, -- ----
Ivdlm If you wish the very GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUSSEL A SON'S PCMP8. ' .

s-' 11' F'L.l)WL'lte i. I ice cream freezer at (lie verb, hUll Ctrtfiti Ptliti, Ills, Itatlcil listniiits tkirts, iitlirs IktinOOMPA88ES. I I Seasonable household L :: a a

( *'FK3 end floral Le lgl- lowest price, the Willi r LOOS, ETC and kitchen utensils at the :

11.16 J 'I U. ordered tor castomrei Hardware Co. can pleas McKenzie Oerting Collecting: Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Ass I
C. Hardware Co.'s.
t 1 :\Ior..oo. K.1 Welt Gregory, Willis I SoU Hi DanUtLUtJ cros. i;
Svdlm you. I elation.



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sL: _1' ... L OVII.,: 1!.,,, -iiiC.. WIHt now TOILET TIPS. I .ym sleep '
A GAME OF ('On- I OSTr ,TERWhen ',
I' for tL- first t::,- t nytK-ed was H e d gasify you

t'. IIt-c uiKicr his emit.Inn Nothing benefits the scalp which is CELEBRATED should take a

: PENOCHLE I *; l liullj! 1:11'" -1 w-W as union- prone to dandruff more than systematic t*.. di ses of the YOU CANNOT AFFORDTO
latter It ,
1 nil no t
I eernciih a* it w.f j i-o"silJ" mass-ise.: which starts and keepsin restore vigor to

the 01 e"Utt.5i.TM.tei! 1 I.. the circle to le i-rdcr the circulation.When '-r9i tbe system, promote ,

, [Orl1r.all 'dour' It Los a "i-K-d uo fpec'ul I:. drying tin (a 1'1'. rub upward ...., clap and sound absosy FOREGO AN INSPECTION OF THE MAN \' .\ :

: II "Here; mnktiui.te or you will he too work and if }ou 1.:11: ae jou will toward the Lose. This will prevent the fr :':: lately sure OFFERING DURING OUR GRKA '"
; late. Take this and so to the saloon break the! cLuii.lut .." o!- wrinkles and help to ol I.- ;.. 'r Pick Headache

refimtl to. 1:1 ud us you ;;0. There "\\' vorkV"At litl'rIt'1hl' cause alongside the nose. he I) :

your car now." thut uioUA-i.t tLc door opened, and Ammonia has Icen. quite jrinerallytid I Biliousness, ODD to END SALE

The c-Li.-t" thru.-t a K-ttcr into my my companion of the niorains catered fur years to disjn'l the odor of Indigestion i I

hand, and I rah out of the office just in i-scitwlly.I [1''r.-I'irati"lI.'I f t spirits of niter STOMI1.CH Dyspepsia.I

I ".\. later has pone astray" Le said will l found! superior in respectIVe and Malaria LADIES' OXFORDS ME.Vjj OXFORDS ,' L.\l .
dou S i
time to fetop on a car !g"in;; ntown. I >e every ; I ; r
to the man with the red beard. in the bath water.Those ITTE" I
letter referral to the cum a t'l'drill's Try it.SaorrJ )
I know tit! i must haUH' it." $3 i/ I fj ;)0

lERof the I'rincv, for we had no time toattend I man Like a flash my inUrrusntor raised who are troubled with their I ALL STYLED, i Vici Kid. All Toes I I' .! :
hands Iiolus rough and dry thn>n.rhconstantly i
to otUt-r! buiine- th.ui his JTOtoctlun. the concealed hand which held a reroller Shun'. Klepbantn. .
ud' NOW NOW ,
heir: iu water will 1 I .
lu the car I road: and con-red u.e. Few persons visit Bangkok without i

G.'s salocn. 11 a. m. liter Mass: over.t'EXoCHLC. J, "I play my kls nces. Every one of that wa-lmii in 1"hdrehi! : and having a look at those: parts of the ,I 294. $2.89.MEN'S i $196
makes them nice an smooth.Cucumbeis (;
i the chambers carries a !.mllet," I royal palace open to the public. Here I
strullttl into (i.: and strnirUrrits are sovereign i
10:50 I $ office
At rtfiM-ly
"You're too Lite. The pume's: up. are situate the treasury foreign

saloon. Sitting; at one of the tables, I I >!y words were based on hearing I I'I'HII.lio.s if prepared properly department of the interior, royal / LADIES' OXFORDS OXFORDS 'jF \ _

calh-d for beer anda>t my ryes about btt.fos1 the stairs. The door was and even when used raw the former i library and the sacred white dl'phauts.These .
effect the skin and $3.00 f2.U:
has bleaching on
the room. There was but tour person opened suddenly, and half n dozen revolvers a I last number four and can be ,. I

stated, and tin- moment I baw hm! I : jointed Into the room. i the litter a bleaching effect on the seen by any one willing to pay a small Pat Leather Vici Kids Pat Leather & Vie P.; (

knew him to bo UIY man. Fortunatelyfcr |! The prince arrived the next day, but teeth. amount of baksheesh to their keepers NO\V NOW i \
:i was not molested. Here N a recipe for a good and pure They are rather a miserable looking:
lio had roW earlI!. nit -t jjt-t
moo i! F..1. MITCH EL. tJIthl0.1t'r: With four minces precipitated lot of beasts, their mottled ray color I $2.11. $1.98. ; $ him Iwfoiv the man ho was to '
away chalk mix
I two oiinces reminding one of a hijrl.Iy! leprous
meet Mitcrod. That Uiau did: no'[ know Izeil lK,ri.arid cue ounce ': 'I'Uln.r'l
i CURES WEAK MEN FREE. Chinaman, while, sad to say, they appear I
him. but did! ho know that uianV'v tlfivd\ myrrh and pulverized, orris, sift : to the casual spectator to be only LADIES'OXFORDS ROYS' OXFORDS MIS-I,.- .

shall so<-. 1 sat for a few minuteswatrl.iii i throiuh: a tine Uiltiu cloth, and it I is i I half fed. Each has a separate house .
I IIKII ei Lute anil a Happy\ Home 200: #1.50 i
him and saw that he was j rl'IIlftr. use.ii to himwlf.'h'I'(' Le remains chained j

ueru-u*. Then, fixing my jes iiiion tar AM.i I 'I all day to a gilded post. 1'ormorly poIitlcal Pat. Tip and Vici Kid1'ici Kids: Cap Toes | 6-st f.y; i iNOW
I A Certain Cure lor Uh"IIIf'r1.1,1 ;, I
his I mjitiovl my Iwer glass and turnedit i How any man may quickly cure himself offenders of noble rank weresentemicd i NOW '
Hti.'f Vfurs Miicrin4" from if\jal "iHkntis Iharr 110":1.
ep:: Me down on the: table. lie startfj. ir.'t vitalit nunl Iosir9, varicoct-U, to cut grass for the sacred
"le..uud Llaruc mall weak orgdr.s to fuilUf "Some years ago I was one of a :animals but this custom has now been i 147. $124. $1 '7.
I got up and wins; over to him I
Simply naillI'IOI'U
MRor your
I party that intended making a lonir abolished.Straits: Budget.
'' lie addrxt tu Hr. I Kuupp Co., 1:.I'
Bald ii low tone, 1'olluw 11I1'
a ofNew I
i Hull liuildinu Uftrou. Midi., and tbry bicycle trip, says F. L. Taylor, i.
did ?o, and as We left the saloon a man ,,1II.:1I1.tIY send free rl'c"fJl'Ilb! JulldireoUOIH Albany, Bradford county Pa. Self Protection WE iLl vn oriiri.' ..tflSTIS
so that any nun may easily euro himavlt i''I taken with diur- I L(17'sN.VfT
with a reel beard and mist on us was
boniK This iscerlalnlva mo-.t .
at tffnrou -
both It 1'h.rt lug core, wlm-li he did lint .. ,otTrr and the folio*in a:"tracts taken hoea, and wa about to give up the j demands that you be on the alert to --
from tlfir daily mail show what men tbiok 1 trip when Editor Ward, of theLaceyrilleilt.xt ( see that jet Painkiller (Perry
turn away till wv were out of his fright. 1 ol tbeirgen-rosity. thatI
"lIt'ltr"l'hPIo'a. ... ny ask for it MEYER SHOE CO
I lUutt.rt..l."TLat's j accept! my sincere DavU' when you ; sonic
"A iiirn.w cape ikauka for )our of recent dale. I ba\' take a do.oChaulbtrlain's Colic,
the man 'nho wus to moot i KHfii your trert'.mfnt a tboroa: t't and Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. 1purchased dealers will try and persuade you to
the bment bas been extraordinary. It has bottle and took two take else claimed be
something to
I'enovhle. | a .
Furnisher for
completely iacd me up. 1 am Jut avigorousai > l'a h (1111".
\Viy! did you not wait fur me to give when a boy and you cannot doe one before starting; and one on justasgood ; insist upon getting Painkiller
realu bow barn 1 am." the route. I made the trip successfully -
the signal iiistfud of giving it your- ".tlt'arIrs our method worked beautifuil and never felt any ill effect. the remedy which has been STREET

Klf?" asked my man. i >. R..uH..n' exactly w ball needed. the'orU's doctor K -
almostcompletely family for 6u ,
strength ttL.Jigor have completely. returned Again last summer I was | -
"Had no time to waste., flare you I and enlargement la entirtly siitiafactory run down with an attack years ; it never fails to stop diarrr.itu.

1II'ran.t ercrything'r" I ," I of dysentery. I bought a bottle of.. griping pain in the stomach or bowels Sirs Vourswa's received and I bail I II'
"1 haw the tomb" !I no trouble in-making ue uf the receipt a* this same remedy and this time one dysentery, etc. Large bottles 25

It would be imiwslbto! for we to i, directed and can truthfully say it 11 a boon I' doe cured me." Hold by all druggist and 50 cents. Sale

kern un a fonvffation with him, even to weak mulch,. 11111 ur--iiUy" improved tiize. and medicine dealers. Grando,1'I'o
I >>treDgtb and \igor .:..
for a few minutes, without betraying i All corre-pouilence 11 strictly confidential i i'I Lay the dust. You can buy
1" fore do- : mailed in plum, healed enre.lope. Tberrcelpi i InI trim Ilrltli-Miiuid.
iuys.-lf. Sly otily bOI"e was garden hose at the Willis
Irre fur the asKiu.and waulevery
I I ttiey It i> a wise iindi- who cluM' cs among I
ill. so to fKiiu sutlidt-nt infunnatiou mm to hale it.
; I .:...____ I her maid- line whom! write elevi Hardware Co.
to loe-ite the cons-piracy. I .. .
Cleaning ladies ?kirt5 and waist? Holer1'of w<'diliiiu' Hoist be Southeast Corner of Palafox and Intendencia Streets .
'Where is It? 1 asked, rtfcrrlu to All kinds of Furni-
I Is one of err specialties. Htar Launiry. !t<'knltwlt'll"tl.; not only roniptl/! l lout !
At 6I P rPVoFl
the l t"mh.'latwlrn I at nearly cost.
the mattresses of uy with a pi rs"nal I timch i iS :1t' note. and make room for ,I $5,000 Worth of
I -q---- n fashionable bride, would need a l pn-- stock.
III'I!." l'tnr tif llluli riiuim. .
late secretary not only with) .in iron - Clothing Shoes Hats and Men's
I wanted tu ask where his lied Wus, I A ,}IIUI:; lady *.( email stature recently I hand I.ut"I'r it a i flirt! flinior j' G411.HTOYtX11. Furnishes! ,

but did not dare do so. faiattd si dinner jrixi-n in her lum- Kind Vj Hi.8 ;
i ; Bean : A'3jiS 3001'
I'wi.ItI"II'S' This i-otubiiiat'oa! i rot: I II !
"J Ie is exjiwted in the mornin;." I or. It was then tuund that she, hail E! rLh9 ". Beginning flonday, Sept. 1st, 1902.
I e.-isy lo tutu hut a friend may hate it. ff'7
mid instead. "When is it to be dt.neV" ;i nut Urn uMo to toueh either of her 01 "
and to lose her sirie i is a mistake and Continuing One Mouth.
Thule ho is U-ing driven to his Lo- l' feet to the llii-r or her lack to the
i too to be omitted the thiiitt'onse '-
$ ,}
tiL Tlmt is tho order." chair, and the restricted circulationand : NOTHING TO PK HE ER\'EI>-ALI, MUST: (in. ,- I -
I i i::;:.
"Whonwill! you stand?" I,rolunged discomfort had finally OPERA HOUSE RENTED FOR ONE MONTH OMV
'iuenty! such a girl; !is 1I.1! tu

"I'" He Uiofeiil at me. husprised."You I overcome Ll'r.u antiiiurian traces : Ina bridcMiiaid, and then, on the old H'_'_____ _____.. ____ ___ ,"___
moan where will you Maud." the present mania for high seats to N. c.
p'fI'rall'rlnclpie that one gets nothing; A :ll.s'AL I'lXmAI.; McMILLAN
"I will attend to that. You mu t i the fact that ut the old French courts I
without giving something, she i i'l' prettyapt
haut mo fie boiiil However these I sets of liitniNonif furniture were raneeJi .
to be lI.kif illlIn't help write j _
details! must be arranged lah'rt i i along thealls for effect, but \\ere lies ONE 111)ttlltIi PaJal'lItl'I't'l..
I notes of aekuowledutneiit of the press WEEKI
present i t.:n mily make an upiHihit- < ceupiurl.| The chairs and sofas nctu-
1"1' 'nts.Itl the best part of it all is that
Went fur tins! veiling. Meet me tonight ] ally U.I'Il"t'rl' much lower. Furniture t'UNJIE\l'ISi.: : -
I she is !
: always enormously! pleased ut
at- li t me toGo to No. | makers of today copy the more showy I
: Iieing asked. Not only is the requestn POU
htreet, rear ball room, third floor. 10oVIock. pieces and further enhance their inutility MONDAY, SEPT. 1.MATIXKK F R. "
: demonstration of friendship but it is -
." l-y spring ('u"hj,>ns. The dictum of
j a subtle tribute to her pen about which :; SAlfHIVIHErELEKKAlKli ,
"P.ut"- a famous cabinet maker Is that inchoosing
; only the most hardened could be cal : : : : FEED LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.
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".ItIII't do fi-r us to be smi talkIng I I chairs the knee of a personI I lous. : ,

;; touother on the street tJoodby." I standing: should conic clear above the OPEN DAY AKD NIGHT.
I "'t..t III ,
We wore watched though 1 did not seat he intends to OI'I'UIJl'opul..r A UOJ-H Wild hide For Lite.; t'IIIIt'II' ? s1/1.

know it, HI.*! lij our \\'hnm I rttlur11".n Science. ,4 Boston A
inv aanrcLit hail "'aiise to foar. I _____ With family around expecting himto \ POU & GINQLES Managers.F. .
: die, anJ a sou riding for life 18 ,
I wont to the office and rivi ortfd the ; Keeping H Sent etion I...
mile Dr. New Discovery
to get King's ,
proirrainme: to the chief.Ve arranged Out of the most valuable iH.s .. silns for ...1\ /1",.
1 Consumption, Coughs Ideal
Opera Co. :v I\i\ <' \i'
should H housewife can Lave is a !'trapIJolJkol.tailllll
tluit a uuu.IO'r of m.-ii appearat I aud C.ldV.. H. Brown of Lee-

the poiiit ot reiuU'/.votis at 1":iC. i <: :- tried recipes! vI'ar tUi' ville Ind.. endured death's apouie

o'clock fni'l arrest I'euochlo. I pur- : Oi>hes that are known to In.1 healthful from a-thma, but this wonderful 35 ARTISTS. R. POU -t

.".osoly nun.ii-: tie h >ur live Minutes aft- I, unJ nutritious. A goud look bur this medicine gave in tant relief and ,' .

r that "f C.,. 1:1<-,.tlIg! hoping; to jpun purituM. is it stronuly; bound account own cured him. He writes : "I now
some intt.rtntioa liefore taking u.J i book with index in which the recipes Meep soundly every uijht." Like < .* FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER.
mirvelnus of GRAND OPERAS. a
cures Consumption,
man in. A tray minutes liefore 111 : may be classified and indexed so as to :

o'tliwk 1i'i!t to the rendezvous a i be resuiilj found when wllut''II.udl and 1'lpnmonialronrbith Grip prove its matchless, Cougs, Colds merit GRAND ORCHESTRA.Large 17 Test Inbndflicia Strett. Older Phone, :.51. lip-iJeic-. !'

room th.i,* I !opt for uch purposes lu I a Look can be obtained for less than i ioO I for all Throat and Lung troull -- --

the v ''ir''t i 1"1'[ -.f tae <'It,}'. aud. g.>mgnpsta'.rv cents tutu will Lot a lifetime Guaranteed bottle 5Ue and $1 'U). and Handsome Chorus.

: "!,t t.. J the doi>r. I' with reasonable care. A good haste Trial bottles free at W. A. D'Alein- ;, .THE BIG

1 sl.irtui t It: tL.! There Silt the man for such work may IK? made jf fvur b rtt': drus store, 121 South 1'alufox. i MOMIAY: \H IlT. STORE. .

with i'i" r, d l Ix.ird who had eyed us and hot water but the most .satisfactory

when \\r Kit the t': I"oll. i i1'1' and handiest thing is a bottle of .\ hiii;n( Tall..mRn. I THE COMIC; OPERA htVCKSS o I'

"\\' -' :-"- I .stopjK-d. ordinary library pa te. Five cents' 1'< r 40i( years the llohenzullprn (:1111- ,

"{'(,!II".-" : P>'!K.ohle is a very luizardius I worth will last a long time and Urhcaitr ilj has pos-essed a peculiar I SAID PASHA. Our Buyer i- now in N-w; York purchasiu; lor iImiiit i-

u'11"! '. ,lust now 1 happen to I in the end than the hometaadeartklc. in the shape of n black atone ret hi a u-e Stockf

hold six .o -." I i I II i ring, each head of the house has iiupassed : SI'MMKlt IMtlfKs:

"Si h'V i .n'ir:!iry parks hold but four I i tl..' chartu on to the next iu sineei'.ioii ." I 153, 12G, OC n.ucl CJOc. Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Hit fart >( the \\ ife.Never I I for generations. I'red.!
I\Tliap > ".' unt tin joker. I many ,

"You -; >."- >"1'-!' ignorance of the I lavish your Cttl'csses'CU ;: trick the Great: is said to have found :Seat* on Hale Friday.inuiuii. Carpets, Mattings and House FurnishingsTo

knowingly."TUe your attentions on jour Lu; Knii'.jod I -- -- --
game i I --- --- -
you t>u>pect that he is not in the mood .i strui-tions us to its presenation and
Make Room
,:'h'' (me of life auJ death.I I for the Htock we will Inaun'ur
to appreciate and enjoy them. The 1 I transmission :
know ti-,1- j I I wr.tten by I'nderick 1.I'rteiely "rV'.r\ r
Most: devnted and loving of husbands what value or si,nibean
oanl Uo I
we 1.lay1"
1 It. *
has moments of In those < '
-Th.- km I who arrives tom worry I to this carefully treasured bit ,
rro\"I moments Le dues tot want the sweetheart of it would
jewelry be ilitScu'.t to
"Vcr,}' u. "Thoiri'!le." I wire: he wants the discreet I Traditionays that a hu:::toad
i friend the i-tn.1 heided counselor aiid NICK'S A Great Clearance Sale
"Oood ft U11. And who is IVnocUe?' I\Mn. the rnjal presence centuries! agowith

The n.. n ,\..."iil sown trap me. Indeeil I the partner and eontidant that his ; the stone held in its mu'itlt. As

wife should UThe taut of a wife Is to whether the - --- .
I l.ohex.i! tail! iiues-tion would I gulden settin:: in whit -- -- --

prove uij ruin i heard a clock strike I nluay :00101..1. .11.11'1'tit husband who the stone N now prrrvnl i" due to IUIY HX7DS ll. j CIOIII111.

10. Fi\o !j'iiu.t<'> y. t before the men I.OSSl'sse aut whoM versiitil.ty en. I ;he forethought of tlie intelligent; toad .
j .... !l'e killed illus aliUs her to p'aj tLe rijjht p rt at the \lr t-> tl.t aitertl..Ui.M of the Ilolienziilleriis One lot of Scotch I.<\\\'naud I All-Wool Hlo. Sr.! -
would :11l'.e: ::::ii E
ruht time-J-Xdllllpe. traiiiiioii. fail- to enlighten us. French Challies, 10 yards fur 3oc. Fine All\\01') I I. -
many s'-t'ii'lIVnochle' I- One lot of fine imported Silk Finished Alpaca and101..1; < : -

:' I repeated to gain time. I'npiT lm. I. i Madras at 21c per yard worth at leas than half ;i"t '

Then, fj'uII'1111..ril1:; cleat my companion I I II I regular 3-lc. ,
hams A CantmanteationM8. Full stock of t1es ;.. !
r.ij-er come \ handy ofttn, ,
of the infilling had .ud.. "'You not pry One lot of fine imported Madras at
I." I replied O\.MU I ly: " teems to ,I and jit how often it is impossible: to II I ElltTIIK-Allo'\\ me to speak a l"c, worth regular:!: 2oc. Troupers sold U"w. ,
pair with u:
a 01"1 >
find when most wanted. Drive few words in favor of
be the tiueMiim.: I- it >"U "I' 1?" one Chamberlain's DAILY MENUS One lot of Sea Inland PercaU, full

"Who. is I'.eint-hle. Iir'I't.:\ttdi : three nails about eight inches apart in Cough Itemedy. I suffered for three yard wide, at lOc, worth ]:)c. rrHOtA

a tow at a co.i\enient height from the ,: year* with the bronchitis and could yards fine Swiss Lawns, worth

I, floor. Tile the Leads off. MI the bass : not sleep at nights. I tried !several i iI ComprUe all the Up-to- regular 15 to 2)8 yard this sale 1.) .V) pairs Lad itOxf -i-,

novr THY ritr.Hsrui:. I' will easily slip r.n and off. When you :,I 1 doctors and various patent medi-i, Date Dishes;: the Markets yard fork! :Slippersatzcapal: w e

I -- !' empty n bas:. put it on one of these '! cines, but could pet nothing to Rive of the World A few of those fine, fancy Parasols 75 pairs Zl.uii l HtrajS
Tru 10 Incelligoix e. me any relief until my wife pot a left which we are offering at cost.CAUPKTS ,
lInn Afford. 1UJ 1.75 Mr "
i j Kefr/in;;: difffnnt sizes on differ- bottle of this valuable medicine pairs f 4MJ '

E You cannot by process of Ii'irr i Flit nails, and when one is wanted you : which has completely relieved! ine.- AMI MATTING. : pairs f lv1 Oxf' .- (lMATTI.NC.S-

vent anyone trom dru:s'n- them. | know right where to find it even iu the | W. ss. BRO'K fAX. Bjgnell: Mo.
Ptlveto deutn. We mu dark. This remedy is for sale Hniyrna HUb, 21x54; for
; evil by appeal to the intelligence. I I by drugi Ladies' 'Private #1.45.
i gists and medicine dealers.An 5 ; One of the dru;- that does the mot loam i'akr. -- -- Smiths Smyrna Rugs, 28x54, for
harm to American*. because of it* I 1 1.So. at I1Vc, worth 23 and
A rood coffee cakea ,': as breakfast Exchange of Conrtecle. Dining Parlor.
widespread ue and in parent in- I ;;mith's Smyrna hubs, S'JxB'j, for 5iji yards Matting ij i
I bread and which is not very "No. sub said Mr. Erastus Tinkley;
iioceuce. Iii C'U!"e. A-k any regular '; f2.15. 12c, worth 20c.
sweet. is quickly! and easily made. SrTt "I nebber sold my vote to nobody"
colfee driuker if he or -ha !i. I't'rfl'ct- I Kmith's Smyrna Rug, 36x72, for r#) yards China M-i
ly well. At leat one-lulf are not. I together a quart of flour, three te-a- j But that candidate gave you ;" 33,;. yard.

those with I >oiifuls of salt and half a cupful of "Yassir. 1 doesn't deny date lIe j!
Only extra vigor C.\U HK{ I Regular Dinner Daily.Sho One lot of Keystone Smyrna Rugs, 2. l.JO yards good Ci;!L. '
keep well against: the daily attack of I, auirar. Heat two eggs add to thorn one 1: Jes' come along an' gimme dat two 30x60, for Sl.UO. 23-c; yard.

caffeine in the collee.) The heart pint of milk and stir this into the dry j I aa' when a genucan comes along an' One lot of Carpet End Rugs, full

and put*e gradually lo,,e strength ; mixture. Beat well for a moment, pour I I gives you 52 fob nnSn' it ain't no mo' 1; 3 yards long, for 9c. PAINTS AM) CAIt.l9kfSmith's -'

dypapii, kidney troubles and nervous Ii into two shallow buttered pans and i dan common reciprocity to vote fob 'i Orders Promptly Axminister Rns with '
diseases of !;omtlon set In and FIIIeJ Black Diamond R'' >f e
bake iu a quick oxen him fob nuttin'-WuhInjtou Star Night or Day, manufacturer's guarantee, 27x7u, for I
the clearly marked effects of coffee 1, I2.15. per gallon-Kuarantetd" .,

poisoniuj are shown. These are I For I CUKTA1XS. An immense stock < H '.'
I H.trrla In Babies. Nat Unnm .
facts: and worth anyone's thought.: It U' Something Good to Eat f, from |1 toJl.Wpergai.Carriage '. .,
The reasonable and sensible thing is I Po not bay your baby is bad tempered I "I was treated for three years byi I rOil WlaD,1011'11 find it al Elegant stock of Lace and Swiss Paint in grea v.

to leave it oil and shift to Po-tum ; when it has attacks of loud crying ?rood doctor," writes 11'. A. Greer, 1 Curtains at 15 per cent less than i e;- 75c quart.

Food Cotlee. The poison that has i especially if the cries are accompanied i )tcConnpll Nick Apostle's ular price. Household EnamelJBillinm >. _

been secretly killing is thus with i by stiffening of the limbs trem I i Fistula, but, whenOaillfailedtefuearidk !

drawn and: a powerful rebuilding : blings: or the reverse, limpness and apparent ( leu's Arnica Salve cured me in two j Popular Restaurant.

agent pat to work. The good effects : loss of consciousness. A doctor week" Cures Burn Bruises Cut,

will begin to show iusiJeof IJ Jay should be consulted and the tbIQ Corns.Sares Eruptions Bait Rheum, 1 ion.

': If health and comfort are worth treated for hysteria. Piles or no pay 25s at W. A, D'Aleniberte' J loljuson
!IJ.!\ anything to you, try it. I I I drug store. j I \I' \ \ 1 i

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