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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: July 16, 1902
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VOL. 37 PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON JULY 18.1902 NO 49 I l lt f i! 1 I i

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JfUL\ EXPERIENCE 'I Incomplete Unofficial Returns of Escam ASPECT OF CHICACO : i

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STRIKE VERY CRAVE t i
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OF PLEASURE PARTY : r

Special to The Daily News: 1 : I
PRFCtarTS.: . .... I 2 3 4 1) 6 7 S 9 10 11 12 13: U 15 16 Ii 1. l20 Total I 1
I Chicago July 15.-Eisht hundred pa i SPlemen
[: S. Senator;

Mallory . .. . .. .31 2J 26 19 29 60 3S b 19 3,) 31)+\ lid 2:2: : 2i5 H 21 10 60Cntigresetnem .... I were held in reserve at downtown ;. .;
stations or at the railway warehouses I

\iijlit of Terror Is Spent on Lake Beard .. . ... .... 126 23; 5 15 3i 7 1 I 1111) 1'\2 5.. r.6 22. 3 .1- '''' 1 tliis morning in anticipation ota 0 I, ; l lj f
Lamar .. .. ..21: 1:3 3 9 U 16 3211 22 2., 111 112 to2102 15 6 9 21-.1 ; ,
:\IYEfs . .. ..... .l 7 1 12 1 16 3 S :32 1 132 Ilh lIi 12' 20 22 4S3Jutice .. ..I j possible attempt to raso! the embargo I '
.. Supreme Uuurl. of freight occasioned by the ., .i
Michigan. I Hocker. .. .. . . 1 3 1 12 1 1 15 (it11; :81) 52 Ii 3 2 -1- .. .. I, freight handlers' strike and the sym ,
II I Wall.s 2S 15 12 2t1 b 13.18, 32 30 21S H1 la::=) 190; 31 21 9 ;)1-.1 pathetic walkout of the teamsters. t'
___ I Secretary of Dare! ,
Crawford..2:1: 19 19 12 19 50 11 1616 :b 2H: I9' 16i 1'o i 36 15 lQ )1-; ... The situation was regarded as even ;; .
State Cmnpuuller: more serious than yesterday, as the ;
.' ,I' ,>' News. ; Croom. . . .. ..13 13 10 11 :a 2:3: 7 19 .6 :J 13.\ 1291 1OJ; 2t 1t 5 42McCall. .... failure of conferences scheduled fort : 1 I.

: -Two persons per FLORIDA ltailruad Uwotisiuner.. .. .. . ...13 12 b) 5 31 IO l22\ IH toS 75; 1111; 2l 12 6 13- .... today was believed to mean that tha I. j i'

las night and eight Browne . .. .. .. 5 Ii 1 111 2 2 3i' H 25 H 11 1 5 7- .. merchants, who are suffering over i* t i ,
r : lfe. dining to thj r j Burr .. . . 3 11) 15 13 3 It) 1 1 19 71 h 23! III 10( 6 3 21aap .. .. million dollars'! los every day of the f i ,
REPUBLICANS I . . .. .. ..2: o; 11 Ill t 2'g 16 23 19 3Ii 3lit\ 151 1M W lf( 9 7 -1- .. .. strike! would assume determined attitude 1 .
I. t Arab 1onl'd by Ward. . . . ..311;I 21_ 11 10 :fj 17.__ J 0_ 19 3/j 30 :!:,3: m 2i1i: 2lj: 35 Ii 11 t_ .... i j I ; i ;
:.. cashier of the Na, -- I uu Whitn .. . .. ..2.. 3 la; I : 1V 19 _: :y ti 1 a--. ..I i At meetings held yesterday houses I

: the Hepublic Th Stare Blount enalt". .:. . .. ."7 2d!::! 11 h 1 12 Ii 21 It -:, W 213 192: :227: 31 21 12 61)- . in different 1'nes! of the business but
was capsized by thah Special to The Daily News. Representathe: e p..cially'lOS6 handling perishable ;

.. rushed over the Jacksonville, July l 15.-A meetirg of Clopton . . ...3: 39 :24 15 25 51 36 1516 30 Iii' Ii'I 11i 161 -16 16 12 42Coston .. .. goods declared their Intention of man 1
.riling.! The deal the Republican state central commit, . .. .. . .12 9 1 16 2 lj! S 6 i 1'2 12:i 130; 157 :12!: 21)I 20Fillingint .... ning their trucks and attempting to i
. . ..12 IS t S 1 Ii 7 15 11 121 76 b4 103 33 U t; 19- ... take freight from the warehouses of
1 old. tee was held In Jacksonville Saturday Loftiu. . . .. .. .2'i! S 211631 1j n 3,) b2 miJ 136 172! 2i H 10 42- .... !.
ji ors: at the Windsor hotel at which 2i) County Trf'a"urer: the railroads. After the meeting of I

1 17 )cars old! delegates were present The meeting Brawner . . .. ..B 15 Ii g 16 15 IS 2 H III 123 5b 9:) 19 1 5 .!\ the teamsters after midnight lat

was in response to a call issued by hater.l 31 15 2iJ 12 i.1 311.\\} 11 23.3; Ii 1'o.J 21) 3 c.J_ 11 5-I, 'I night/; when it was arranged that tha
d ,r., Mary Phoenix Tac Collector: freight handlers should make the last
,. '. '.. Miss Cameron. Chairman H. S. Chubb and its pure I iellinger . . .If a 16 12 2.i U 32 5 2') li'i 3 12i'J; 113 30 9 n 7- ...I proposition to the managers; the merchants t:

<' :r. ,in, William Corry pose wad to consider the advisabilityof Tax DIAlemberte..II\1I1If'o8or. 15 17 11 4 3'J' 11 1'3 10 2lt li3 16, 19'9 bH 7 :;- .. .. changed their plans of action

.\; '!.IT tUrmosa, keep- placing a Republican ticket in the Richard< . .. .35 31 1\1 2') 23 56 3" 22 2'J 303 260 213 2')9 56 :5 12 59- .. .. the first thing today to await the r--

.:.. 1\ (411.6 unknown.f' field. This matter wad thoroughly I County UOIllIll18..ioneri: suit of the conference Few were ;

,. :, :"'uk the yacht no dlscu sed by the members present, and i District 1 : found to espress hope that these m>t>t.
__ wade i to reef sail the decision was finally reached that Daniell. . . ... 1:3: 11) 4 j 2 li\ j 1 163: IIIi' 1211 11- 23 11 I H- .. ings between them and their former
the central committee should appoint Roberts .. .. .. .. ..:!1 33 2i 15 2i .Jj ?t 21 30 IiI 1S2 lu5 131 32 1:1: It12- ... I '
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,i' fiMi.! ? the boat District! 2: employers would result in peace. Th$ ;

.-. aboard, who a sub-committee which will jo over Price. .. .. .. .. .. ..12 11 5 5 I H 3 1 1J1: ftt1 lie) 15/j 21 7 11'3- ... men were instructed, among other
',- ,'UIi of danger, I the matter, and make a report at Wehh.t.! 25 26 11 2'J 4'i 25 2'J 20 li2 13S= 110 1:7: 27 22 11 12- ....1 things to demand I1* cents! an hour

<. n"::."d inotantly some tim. in the near future when the I 1 District 3: 1 for truckers and on this point the r

:,3 trigsln: for state central committee will be con. I Andnws..2-1 9 7 7 3 It 1 1 71 Si 4i: il 2 i 5 1 3Pursell. .. .1 I Team Owners' Association Is quot&I 1 1I

'i.\ :sake 3 miles! vend dgiin. Resolutions of respect .. .. .. .. ..10 12 21 6 113 1 !'i'12 71 1'\, 1J: 10; 1 -.i I. as stating that eight of the firms were I'
to the memory of the late Dennis Ea. Shelby 1 .. . .. 15 3i: 35; 20 30 121) 116 75; 93; It 15 10 33Dittict .. willing to pay 1rents, but the ,

-t.,, part, of tin I gan. postmaster, were passed Johuson: .. .. ..11) 19 Ii 3 11 t2 23: 31) lib 127 t 112+ bb 11) 15 11 151Ierritt. .. .. others not agreeing, would remain In .

urtf'i in the The committee also drew up reso'utions . .. . .. 2:1: (6 2') S 10 2i: S 16 25 3 13- ... the agreement to pay no more than .

gi\en a firm indorsing the administration of I Walton .. .. .. .. .3 2 N 6 1) IS B lH 20 I 5 1 . 17 rents, ; ; t
:,.- l 1la! The: :i! President Roosevelt I Whidden . .. .. 12 7 2 1 21 1 19 1(11) 5:i Ii:i .oo:3: 13 15 t ;H- .. .. The extra large force of reserve f 1 t;

t,: rsLad l for, 'I j 1 Yarhrough..1\\) 6; a 6 3 Id n 13; 35 H S -1 .... men on hand at police stations this ..
District 5:
r.1 "' TO Brewton .Ij: 23 15 7 H IS 3.1 16 !1S:1: 17); 136 HI) 211 27: 13 26-
t.' v >; a'1: bit I Rathwell . ... ..20 1) 13 7 1 4y 7 3 It 6t 52 40 56 t 8 1 33Fcecutite .... !I that today, more than any other II
r. : ': two : Committee: day since the strike began was liableto

:'ate 1 HALF BROTHER'Special C.lalrman : bring forth trouble Any attempt "
t ,1 i i .' ,' 1cr iI Baars':. . ..... ..12 Ja 11 10 4 11 3 j ItH Ib 112 In 2t; 1L I; t 3a--: .... of the South Water street commissionmen
.1 hat( Ho'. .c. 1 Jones . . .. .. .23 21 22 b :3 1:3: 33 It 30 165 16:3: 122 134 2615; 9 2Secretary .. .. to remove perishable goods, i

V. 'It. til.l Bit I::1:1i I .:. . . ; scores of cars of which lay spoiling oa :
to The Daily News: Beers. .21 19 I ; b 29 :$:Jn; lU 30159 li2 112 !110 27 III 9 5- ...
a : .' :llt.fflSt kin: n m'e. ," I Iurphy. . . J2 1 13 5 S 1 15 3 12 U6 101 113 139 19 l9 .J -1.1-; ... I the tracks or in warehouses was regarded
.. r :. .cffto 'i.bhjjse. Russeihille Mo. July 15.Because, I as certain to precipitate conflicts

. ts'nrowhaetrame : e after her marriage, she discovered I between the police and picketaT- .

.:;.> :.ad'cit! with tbd that her husband was hr half-brother, AWFUL EXPLOSION I The tentative. plan of the big wholesalers i
FURIOUS FIRE
,' I Ii WISCONSIN
01 4.1. .. .1. vial; [1'',<' and Cor- Mrs. Maggie Waner. bride of I'red.t'rirk and manufacturers to deliver ;, '

.r b. miild, bard y Wagner! a wealthy fajasr living1! freight! would. it was Judged certainly ;

i :1/, uiiid say was: here swallowed carbollo aol ,
Ilr.q'r-w. Arab, In great agony In her husband's! arms I REPUBLICANS one wholesalerWe ., t" / ;

l and morn cling with his name upon her lips. I are awatirg the result! of t> t ;
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The young; couple were igvoted to dav's I'onf..rt-n'ps. Should they all, aI ; .
MANY BURIED ALIVE AND EX--I FLAMES LEAP TWO HUNDRED "
a !I.t cr when foun one another Their me.ti fe wag an 'j the others have failed then it will b-1 "

,> '.J and about t,'> accident the courtship brief and their !JSP i ,'rial! to TL Daily News : a fight; to the finish. We have got to ; : ii)

They had des honeymoon Ideal :]I PECTED TO HAVE MET DEATH. FEET HICH. 1 Madison. WIS July 15.-Cvervtbin-s |(| do business even If the militia hat ;, I II

dawn Cameron Quite accidentally the bride discovered --- ta in readiness for the Republicanstate 1 to be tailed! out. A few hours wills '
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apse owing! to his Irom anecdotes that he was herd convention which meats In !i tell the story" I "
i'-'\ of bia wife an mother sail her own hilf-brother. l! Special to The Daily News: Special! to The Daily News. city at noon tomorrow, I Others expressed themselves in. :a II

: gnat,; at the death Jennings, La., July 16.The flamesin Governor M I '
whom she had not seen for 2 9 years.i j bait Lake City, Utah, July 16.\ -A ; i Folktte will be I similar'eln, .
: iiid Miss Taylor, and whom she believed to b* dead. .I the Jennings oil fields are still placed in nomination and will mehe I A continuance of fie strike threat : f I

net been sa\'o>fI. I She did not reveal her discovery magazine on a 12vO foot level of the uncontrolled. They have raged all j an overwhelming majority of about : ens to tie up building operations In i j !

i tiiislt last hpnr.c to her husband until she had taken' and West silver Mine at Park St\>i> votes. John M \Vhitehead, o' 1 the rit>.. Several cars of brick were .
races fur the Sir i iPwcna I the poisoniLABOR II Daly night; leaping over 2
City exploded early today while 150i ;: driving the citizens; frantic. watt factiou, which i is: opposed to th 2 I been for some timi. Th Mipplj comes .! ;

I i at work the I state administration. will likely b a in day by day and it is said that the i iI
TICKET men were engaged;:: in The blaze' was; started; at derrick "
Drowned. 'I I placed in nomination and will receive I| present em-j.Iy will last only a little !;
1\: ;; I i I mine. At leaH 10-5 miners are well No. 2 of the Jennings; Oil Company .
I-Thirt
p'r."ta the voter of the miLOnty For lieu time possibly! not more than 24 hour*.

>' l.x the sink, MAY BE IN FIELD ;i buried in the mine whose fate is unknown -I' by lightnm; which struck it tl cant governor Joseph O Davidson. : Business Agprt Hanks of the I'riclf< J
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Ljt>r steamer <,n I I but for whom the worst i'SI j during; the norm yesterday afternoon of Soldlor'n Grove, is the only canal, ,I faTle rs' union, declared that shout I f

',tr Prolora'the --- I feared. At the entrance of the mite'I I and today over luO.OuO barrelsof dale talked of ;! the freight f handlers continue to refuse ; J r ;I..:

r was caused by Slcua! to Tin' DdMV New, oil is going: up in smoke. There are several candidates foeach r ': permission to rj oyp hrjfK 1 front t\11'! .. J : t.
"' i those of the latr f 2i men were killed outright and 21 pUce on the teat of the ticket. freight 1 yards between I'MMIQ and 20,. 1 .'
thousand dollar has been t
<.- on the upper Birmingham, Aa! Jul)' 15.A massmertlnB fatally injured. Twenty A 11ve !WfI\! Is .Rr. ..g ov-rthe ei fMHi;; bull+ine men will I>P out of work J ;i jt
offered the fire. 1 .. ,
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to be held next Sunday has extinguish I
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The wounded have been removed Lotion aandmg( tne returS to? thin a perk( I' '-
been called by the Birmingham! Trades "" ,
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United! States Senate of John C. Spoon-t- Some of the merchants prepared! t FROM r SLAVERy Council for the purport of deciding[ from the mine and band of volunteer BALFOUiTPLEASESLIBERALS
er. While Mr Spooner wrote a letter !
whether the council shall take part I freight this forenoon, while the i ;! ,
in the comn! < city county and state i nurses have been organized to two years ago unalterably decidIng majority preferred to wait in a forlorn f' t

TO campaigns as an organization and to I care for them. All the available physician not to be a candidate for reelection ', hope of a eettlemr-at. South Water i. ,. ; !
FORTUNE he has powerful following among street men called a meeting to confer I j
take action looking!; to the nominationof in the vicinity have been /
i both factions who desire his return with representative of the t..an. I '
a ticket for various city offices, j
and aldermen in l hurriedly sent to the scene of the Leading LaFoliett supporters say stars and seek means to get their"goods ,
major particular. j
'. \. II.: !1 disaster. 81'cda. to The Daily News: that before Senator Spooner can Ill? started
There will be a disrusslon as to
New York July 15.-The round rf Indorsed, it will be necessary for him -x J
I I', -William Sti.'l: whether workingmen should partici I The tunnel leading to the interiorof I'
colonial entertainments has been ('O1'tlnuPd to make a declaration by which he1
", "'mhout, the coununderground pats in the Democratic primary ', which the mine is full of ;gas: making It 1 I' Two Bottles Cured Him.r
with a banquet at the National will stand on the platform.
raili :l will be held in Augu> t. "J was troubled with ;i
distancein Liberal Club. where the front kidney ccc
impossible; to penetrate any opposition ,
best educated The politicians arErt'atly interfiled bench of the house of commonswas Stock Suffer for Water. I,.: plaint for about two years" writes A. I : : ,;
in the meeting as the ounci'men's\: the work of the unfortunate '
ii'ro race, died at rescuing St Augustine Fla, July 15.-Cattle-
well represented, cables the Lon II Davis, of Mt. Sterling la, "but two 1'I ;' !f
,> : bottles
i;i of r
1 don correspondent of The Tribune. i Foley's Kidney Cure erected i
I alarmed at the continuance of the I ,
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1ealed.I The colonial visitors were greatly sur a. permanent cure" Sold by W. A, ( i iiii' I ID'Alem
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i ahe worked h'3 drought Those coming in from tha !
.. prised by the sudden retirement of erte. 121 South Palafox street. !! j! i iI
LOW ENTERTAINS i
that of his mot !- j ranges say that all creeks and wate ,
Lord Salisbury. and incredulous when I. !'
atticscape! from ateJ holes have dried up, and the cattle I nl
,+ himself! by hIs ALABAMA EDITORS !I DESTRUCTIVE TORNADO the assured political: that fortunes no immediate of Colonial change Secretary in are dying of thirtt. Such a sUrte of affairs CONCERT AND DANCE AT ;; : t! I'

1 'd\'S a fortune esti-' has not existed! la this county MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAYNIGHT. I
Chamberlain Wail likely to occur. 1 j : I
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> -n r,00-W and Jl.OOO | RAZES THREE CITIES The feeling among the Liberals varies for many Yl'ar Yesterday a larg TRAINriAT8,8:30AND!: ; t., !i. 1
with bunch of cattl was driven across the 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT :
temperament. Premier Bal. {
I .. c. \ rears secretary o( Special to The Daily News I --- four has the late President McKinley'stact bridle to Anastasia 1 Wand, whey H!'' 11:51). TICKS T(jo; 2.1; CENTH, AT : j

1 Anti Slavery: sod I' New York, 'JuI)' 15.-Mayor"LS w, | Special to The Daily News: and dexterity in dealing with op- water !U yet to be had It Is likely i i I DEPOT. f .1-.1j
1 \ '- In the Kreedman's 1 that within the! next week stock 'i
receive the Alabama more j
will at noon Paul position, and is personally liked because ; !
Bt. of
II.. July 16.-Reports a For Over Sixty Yean. :
a trustee of Sto r' Press aociation.. the members of he is considerate and never will be sent to the island unless rain .
*" altarper's terrible hurricane belated becausethe relieves the situation. MRS. WI SLOW'II HooTHt5o t
Ferry which, with their families will arrive : wounds the susceptibilities of his op. HTRCP DM I .: y
:I. '-. been used for over ility I ; ;
p Pnns\l\ania jean by mtmoniof !
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So. during the morning! from Boston. In ; telegraph wires; are down, an- ponents. The Liberals do not con ''I motben for their children i ;
v while teethlll,.
n the t
,*. Abolition tfSi the afternoon a tour of the city sill I nounce the destruction of three ceal their satisfaction, over !>Ir, Balfour'g CONCERT AND DANCE AT witbpetted loeeeu. It soothe the child, I
:HJ for Improvingae the parks will be made, and the evening promotion, and Mr. Chamber- MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY';: colic IQfteDI and the U gnmt.klUyi the beet remedy aft palDcurel1l11101 for Jiltrrhoei. 1 I I' '

: African Race. will be spent at a Broadway the- towns resultant in a great loss of laia'e retention In a subordinate position NIGHT. TRAINS AT 1 8, &:30 AND It will relieve the poor little sufferer 1m- t ,1

"-. "am. Visit' Texas. ater. Tomorrow morning the party life and property damage.The although there are some dissent. 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS ATJ i! of mediately.the world.Bold T"eDtY'Dn by DrtllllJlau centt 10 every k bottle par,. i,

will take an outing to Manhattan tornado swept tne northeastern leg voices. 11:50. TICKETS 2.5 CENTS, AT ;i Be lore you ask for "M r.. Winilow't Booth02 c
,>. x July 15.-Reports I Beach and Coney Island where special! Astute Liberals assert that from apolitical DEPOT. I I I Hyrap and take no other kiod. I
of North Dakota
section last
.t''h-\y.. raIn hall fallen programmes hare been. provided. point of view it would be a __ I
rn Texas and the la- night razing the cities of Borup, marks, advantage for the Liberals to ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT I ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT ;, ii

e *.".;:le t.ctflt reports to cotton state that ac3 If You \W,\ t Furniture, go Thompson and Emerado. have Mr. Chamberlain either prime THE GARFIELD ICE CO'S. l I I THE GARFIELD ICE CO'S. I J

:-. al ) to PRYOR'S.ICECOLD Cattle trains were swept bodily minister or leaders In the commons, because I Ball Bearing keen cutting
*.--'./ **y8 the Territory In either position he would they -

..' ",,.,1'1. *a Increase of fully 25 WATERMELONS AT from the tracks and thousands of declare, create dlmualoa among the Garden hose at the Willi s \ Lawn Mowers, at the

-0 -* rteil: ant lajt yew THE GARFIELD ICE CO'S. acres of grain devastated.( gveniae. !u. porters. Hardware Co's \II Willis Hardware Co's ,

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r- THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY JULY 16. 1902



TH.E ,H-OR ES. "' r j jEJ : CATARRH :1i.-:

HEALTH KING EDWARD TAKEN IT MAKES I ($

!! Benyon. wlll train the pacing .
INSURANCE -;

I who InsuresiM'weis'' ABOARD ROYAL YACHT MUSCLE mare Sufreet, 2:1tP.thl.s. year. The treatment cl Catarrh with "antiseptic an i (.. \) 4rt

1 Theian Searchlight 2:{131 4. Is working miles! astringent washes, lotions,,f salve, medicated tobacco 1 ):

wise for his family. I i I In 2:141? over a half mile track. and cigarettes or .any external or local application is ,C.,'o -.j, 1)

( The man who insures his health I Its i'I Is Conveyed In Ambulance to The pacing mare Lucy Girl. 2:134. just as senseless as would be kindling a re on top o! :'Ir'.:. ..

t wise both for his family and i I will be !bred to Joe Pate-ben, 2)1!+ the pot to make it boil. Tree, these give tespcraryrelief

fatewU.YOH I i I .Railway Station.WILL Charley Herr ::().. recently worked I but the cavities and passages of the bead are t.e:

Injure health by guards -- Dr. Werce'sGolden a mile In 2:16 and a quarter In 31 sea bronchial tubes soon fill up again with rcuruc!

may 1 1i ends at Lexington. Taking cold is the first step towards Catarrh '.nr it
WAKE A SHORT VOYAGE.
flag it. It is worth guarding.At .
checks perspiration, and the poisonous ac.,1, l
IL J. Jamison has taken Hesperus, j an

the first attack of disease, 2:11U. to Cleveland for the finishing I|I vapors'Whleb should pass o5 through the skin i ire ,: .

t, which generally approaches' Upon Arriving at Portsmouth, Where : touches of his preparation. thrown back upon the mucous: membrane: or inner !F-ku r'producing

through the LIVER and manifests Yacht Was Moored, His Majesty I Is That erratic pacing gelding The Private inflammation and excessive fo"\ cfjsut us. .-" "

Itself in innumerable-wayg much of which is absorbed into the blood, and t wJZi t1-
has been by.
Aboard Blue Jackets- 2o't;: purchased 1 n
Taken by
I TAKE Medical ) Frank I'almf.'r.ew Haven, Conn., reaches every part of the system involving the St.rc;"c'. K.1! .,
Fire Salute. parts of the body. When the disease the it -
Warships assumes: < r. rI
from J. E. .
I'I I lIu.linger.Tem I becomes exceedingly foul blinding headaches arc fre st-nt t
London July 15.-Hies: Ed .ard left I t, 2:2 j*., dam of Temper, affected and .
hearing a constant ringing in the tars. N rernot .
If" T Pills Victoria station at 11.35 o'clock for Discovery j i 2:12: *.. wagon matinee record 2KXHs. reach the polluted blood can cure Catarrh. S. S. S ex; s
s has foaled a brother of that famous :e
Portsmouth where t.e will board the circulation offensive:matte, ar.d WI-
little mare, by Elyria, 2:254-: t
royal yacht Albert and Victoria. Gives blood is again coursing through t.-: \ .

iI f t -health.GENKKAL The fcirg taas conveyed from Buckingham mucous membranes become heaths: j
: And save jour PITH AND POINT active all the : .
disagreeable ",
l' : j-aiacft to the railway Elation pamfui t' :
fhl pear, and a permanent thorough 4.trr -
in an ambulacce: drawn by two horses WorkingStrength.
..Ifllj! :;1 FHKNCH SCHEDULE The oiiZy: other occupant of the am- We bate a man "who knows It all," S. S. S. being a strictly vegetable: blood purifier does r..t _'e

Thevehicle and so do you. Stomach and digestion, but the appetite and general health: r.,;

q h tl i '[i I. Following i is tbe schedule of the buaie! was Queen Alexandra. *. A glance !backward Is the only way under its tonic effects. Write us about your case and fret t;.i .ft
:
:1 General French ,, was driven at a walking pac 4
: government steamer look Into the future. advice Book blood and skin diseases
i to frte. on ent on atop:: ,t .
It I which THE NEWS prints for the I I Ij.ji |I Although there was a IillJa.1 crowd a; '

# ;p", benefit of the mf'rchants.who =hip ''the I Iri I station, there was no demonstra "I know you expected a letter from me Ever notice how you admire hate some people THE- -SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. Ca,
that others
I .' their goods to the various army ton! In compliance with the expressed some time ago, but I will state my reasons greatly -
posts: wish of the king.! The doctors and plainly, why I did not write before Be good to some people, and they begin Sound kidneys are safeguards of I Rubber hose, all., -. rat

t 't beards Y..nucola .. _. ". .... 10 a. m.a this" Mr. of Brewer making demands on you until you life. Make the kidneys healthy withF.aey's :
,I nurses awa.ted; the arrival of the ambulance says Joseph Grass the Willis Hardu-ar.
LtaTft Harrancttt.. .. _. ... 1:!n a. m Kidney Cure. SoU: by W. A.
'f\':(\1 Leaves ficktnt n. ... _. -?.I a. m : and a party of blue srtomon.d Perry Co., Mo. "It was because I did cannot stand It. D'Alemberte. 121 SI nth Falafox stree'. !
\ Lt-an. Karraacat ....on -:15a.!: m not wish to deceive any one. I wantedto When the average man tells a woman -_ --: PynyBal.amStop.thCT kI
Y..n.aeola .. ...10:15 a. mArriv his majesty from the v-- I .._
Ii Lt-a.n be that iXQui.
-1 sure Golden Medical :i.J'asre w"aaim.: .
!;' ... Kurrancas Illu a, m. and then your be is fond of her it is with the inward i( W
!t hide to a royal salon-far former!) Discovery had benefited me and it took
'' makc a trip to 1-orlilcKee and then r e- I hope that some other woman will
Si. torn to Iiarraoca. used! by tie late Queen Victoria. Al>- ., time after I stopped taking the medicine %: & i You will have I-(1f- If''

; ;' l>avtKarraneaa .. ..' 1.15: p. m soiute privacy was secured by a lofty before I felt sure I had realized permanent never hear of it. > t' owergardeu5.if : "Y .
dlt I I |
1"1 1 -avfd fickecs .. 1-. P- ni own ground. Your
When 150; : :
-
I n woman weighing pounds
I Lo-av... Prn.reOI i ... *I p. m. : screen c.f red plush which surrcmsJel results from its use. After taking t This signature. i* ca every bcx: cf tie Etnulz.Uxative .
,. \ LeaH.t hickrni ...... 31S p. ruIi the platftrm. six bottles of Golden Medical Discovery | tries to curl up on a fur rug in front ofa Bromo-QL'ifii(1eTabmtvts a home and he ca: .' .
; ,fl'I' Arrays p'"rrIUJCM 5:111 p. m. aDd makE 1'i I and one vial of your Pleasant Pellets fireplace in imitation of her fcvoritenovel ,' though he may r K
the that cvltl In
rcutnly
curtu uneMIDWIKKHY. WiJ' Every
' l
leK""lOndrEturn. .
trip to woman want-
. 1I am able tu do a days cork with heroine it is time to call a baitAtchison -
. 1 J\I \1\ On Wfedne-clay'! and !aturdaj" the i Porthiuoutb, Teg., July 15.:: -The: any "' ,1'1. I cannot express in words the' own, and if she will av .

4 i; boat wi-l leave P.arrancm via< PickS remux-al tf his majesty from the tiaiu good your medicines have done me.'' Globe. i i I Thus. Watson & Co
: ; tn* for Peiuacola at K'M: p. m. '
!
\ ::0 the royal yacht was safely accoininched The undersigned! take tni! method !leading Real Estate' A.
eJ i ,' The General French is for Dr. Pierce' Pleasant -
. I army The Same Old Story.J. '
and outsider lnusi i i -':: lay binjackets acd the king )f otferin her services aa' can show her !J..w e:'-..
{ only any ,j lots euro constipation.
If I have I A. Kelly relates an experience hay-j lass
art-cUH licenced midwife.
a pass from the quartermaster: nor h was (placed in a reception room
<
: similar! to that which has happenedin -
I
i take her. huh had been in? had 35 year= experience.Can .
o o. : conrtructel
; t pa-ajje specially
Iff I 'I''J v They Don't Like Rain almost every neighborhood in ih<- give be-t o"f referfuce fr..m: Buy (t new gar : >a the up'|" r fleck.Th United States and has been toM] aii'i!
1 !II :; "Thus'4 i oncer t..II:; :1VIt! Italian': leading physicians of this city.
' = !; warships in the harbor fired a retold! by thousands nf othtH- MK5. M (rlliDEN" from the Willis II(l"'
4t1. 'a lab...revii'l contr.n-'tur- !11. employ
; : STEAMER LINE SCHEDULEr roja'' saute! as, the king embarked, anl a i says: "Last summer I had an a"ai jltf ill South DeVillitrs St
of "and testis Company.
r \'il. ; all thr v. steels dr<'; 'ed ship and a great mi'ij them. of dysentery and purchased 1 a I b >it-iChamberlain's !
that they 1I'''-'.lut": ) r! fu , I'er.Kacola anil Miltcm! -Iloai !j ii.ar.Gfd ,yard!, or K-rKs. The royal l Colic ( 11 .1.a I iill.
I 1 In the rain. Mop: a minute and think.! Diarrhoea Hf whit h .'
f medy I ;- according
t Hum Daily Except: Suinlay. va htt amH off almost immediately D R. MOFFETT'S
lft I Did you ever see a Kans of thtui w..rki!! to directions and w.-h; 'nrir vsatisfactoiy
!att-.r the tran.->f<-r was completed.SERVICES '
1f "CITY OI: TAMPA. .I iuz in the tre..t1. dizzine; trenches ">r : re ults. The tHe, was;

t I doing any other manual lab r in the controlled much quicker than f> 'u. T
II' Milton! .. ': LvPrn'acotalr:
Lv ; am 'pm
FOR .
Ar I'fD'acola.'>:-* ata Ar Milton ",:'.'ijiiir PAUNCEFOTE. rain? Well, you never did and probably attacks when I ud ether r'm-di T

; U : Remains of Late British Ambassador huw :X <'. For "al! by all
,i sets in, no matter slight they
!;: 1 I: II'I-- I I I Consigned To Tomb. will scramble for ewer. If the ram druggists! and ni'ils'inp! < al-! >rsFoley's TEETHING( POWDERS)

, !. NOTES OF NOTABLES. j I London. July 15,-Mt-morial servieto continues they will soon complain! of Pure.Fi1U" '. Ark. '
I L r tor Lord I'auniefote the late Tar Re..J. W. near c"f.', inia. :SIelbi4i: "t Corference.sr'te. '[D.J L. d ., ,1lsol a
feeling sick and knock off for the day. honey and ..rkat.1of'TEETIiISA" w'ew, ,drrbrwehareraed i s ,,: TiH)5n
I' Jl'3rcJmiral! Clark will have List ..a.Lai'l'ador of Great Britain at Wtsair.gtonfi One fellow will! have a sore throat an cures colds prevents pneumonia. arrt O.ar., _.._.....111 came at a m..t or-f".rton li ';ourb : "al hi, ...n ii ,
.
lKTnintalCPnitiin I..r dare..od Dotht'lf t"i.i sea tt lan,g. I; the ** i 4 (
a l'rtrait hUll: in thi- Vermont cajiitul. : wt-rv held at noon today in th.- ,,, other will bo doubled! up with pains in ,..r!...tMii-an4hefciulUklnojnheiUuabl 'Ith.r men' n( toe l.n. .j Lao, 1! j n

I Captain'lark, commander of tlJl"lrt'fIJII. haJld] royal .St. Jamt-s: palace.; All his: stomach and others will: suddenly i ii If you want a nice present to give Len a i rect i cce...

4 / ( will have hU jMjrtrait hung III the members uf American embassy 'i acquire se\ere ailments!! of all sort,. :o friend, go and look through the Ilo 'oU"'I.btomali' a.
elegant line of suitable articles at
the Vermont 'al'ltoL! and many nvmberb of the government It is useless! to attempt to do anything; BOYS and GIRLS money duiing sparito. m
J. I. Stephens, surely can find .1.1
' you you can readily > -
Major Kenerai lar-.tou, who sal j were i>refcer.tj with; them and pretty soon they will :
4 something to please you. If you me our 8Iueine.! <" per rent, Clmml"lon on all >airs. An JDdl>p.-II.alt.- a4bOU'eh9la

''! : t t Sir! Chirli-s Napif-r'H life in the battle !j King'AarJ: ) was represented r-y all! ?o trooping; home."Philadelphia | want anything the Diamond line IIlut-"H'u tier t1- cry-dlOlb'lady t i* -iiihtni... aWritftcJax.i N fc.-i, lt.,'y.fttit btfortiour. lone fbft-l-rnti'.v umk>i>- .

l of Mwaneo In isjj: has ditil at tlif Lord Chu hill, the acting lord chamI Record. '! him before ,. _
Is' j [( be sure to see you buy. UIII" uo tUf and "'I' illtnd b> return mail one iii.n fH.'kagt-i- .ifW 81ul' '
f .t i
I
age of eigbty.ll jll j I rlain. The Prince of Wales and ben you havi sold tbnn. return u. -Or., ret onine tin ttaikiiL4ir a> V vt
\" ,S, I IKIne Indelible Ink. Ion lio not delay, hut writ-at om--
..nry I'rf"'r I'abb of HNIS.Ja'r" j i Ithe Duke of Cocr.auKht attended inprun. .\ulllrpl.n.LItlA1'FA171'ItlG ( O. Ilf I'c C IK. It.iilll. I'lnla I'll
E i If the MH.U of the Purpura ljpillu be
l ; Ind., Is the! iily man living: in Itxli !, IF YOU ARE
' ,
broken there is seen on the back of the
J I );. ana who i.* a Ion of the Aujrkaii Ileviilutlon I I Simultaneously with the serviresi
animal ju"-t under the skin, a slender,
I li, ftl i h \by Uint-t ilesctnt.gpofford i h rp the remains of I.ord Pauncefotej whmu vein which contains yellow LOOKING FOR BARCAINS ROYAL STANDARD \mm

ebi :! I:. Tyler, who! or :anlzol the I were interred in the church yard of li-juor. When this liquor is applied tolinen :

LkIE first brass baud in IinluiiaiH: Ind.. Cast Stoke, Newark-Upon-Trcc: :. with a small brush and t'XI"'tJto 8 Years Old in Casts ti( 4 Full Quarts at S3.20 cast
per
,, I : ) has Just Jiil. He also organizM the I The simplf stlviwas entirely of a the sun it becomes successivelypreen For the next ten days I will sell ,

I: i. : first church orchestra in that city. family character. The principal! I II ----
j ) blue and purple) and finally settles : you any article now in tock at a
.i; : .a Colon*] 15. 1". Hi\\Lt-s is one "f the mourners were the widow and h->r into a brilliant: unchangeable criin- : WHISKEYi'dNtilledattN.t.nCo= : i t

r;.. !ij, t thnt' surviiins coiurailes! of General I daughter and other members of the stun IIouse\\i\es of New Knzland discount of 2-j; per cent from the regular THIS' ., Di-tlilery. and i i.* fully matup J In w ,

1,.* I 1'j I: ': Grant at West 1'oinL! The other two : family The foral tributes In<'1u<1t"l! have ro\\lns;:; abundantly on the seas price. Think of it-you will before bottlin};. It i is ab-olutely pure and: not /.

I I1r! ,, ere Generals Itaua; oral I.onptreet, : wreatl, from the Brookljn. the Ameii- sl.krocks in their neighborhoods; little save-'on a diamond ring or pin. celled PI quality by any Whi-key The of the -urn SUu
where produced. Royal
, I : t Mr. William I.. Klklns: of I'hibJ.-l-II I ran >"..jl\' of London and Director 1 living bottles of indelible ink t1'Jt' where at regular price it would coot no eight matter years old when bottled, and, con

I I'; fhla !has ;given ,]I'hMJ to. the lucks Michael Ilr-rltrit. the newly appoint.,! to be excelled in beauty or durabilityby cent on its excellent quality: is the cheapest w' ->
I
h'c County JlI"t"r l'l1IWj.t) for a !buildIng British ana;;'aJor to the United ,,, any manufactured product, since I every dollar's worth you buy. Now the market at that price. As a beveragean "

!."J f. at I,.,.\ lehton ii. 1'a., for its uses. I Mates.I neither acid nor alcohol will: affect this i i is the time to buy your diamonds or absolutely pure -thuulant, there is noel ,

) i i Ii+ Baron Henri *!.' U"ths<;hil'l, who i isD I Juice ut the whelk.Foley's ', watch or any other article in stock Shipped in ca-sej containing no mark w1! .t' t

h : I diatin;ui"h>i1 pliysit-iau and a "I'l"i" indicate content If purcha-er. upon .x'
s I !iI! Combine of Wholesale Grocers. I i iTbi'aso. very cheap. Call and examine the whi-key. i I.< not atisfied with the! 4. ,
:; ''
,; : 'Ialbt in iufaiitiltf disuses not only I July l.V-Th" (cornbinati-m Kidney Cure purifies theblood
this otter is for the same at our .1-\
Remember can return expense
I roods
,M" ; drives motor cars but manufacturesthem. by straining out impurities; and ,
, of wholesale emcers. organized su:"- will be refunded.All .
ofi'. : : tones up the whole system. Cures \ stantially alone the linfoS advocated l order" should be accompanied h. -t
f t l Shelby Culloin, senator from Illinois.It 1 kidney and bladder troubles. Sold by ood-. J. I. STEPHEN; : bank Ji ,f' I
[ by James B. Forean. for the consolidation ) \\' .\. ITAltinberte 121 South I'ala.rox xinet\fAESOLD currency. po"tottJce moneyorder
H' > Yi I til''t'lItrtlln''I'nrs old! !but runs1l11' I of county banks.! 7.as been effected !;street : 1125outh! Palafox street. ] preQo; money order. We refer to Fir-t N i ,

l : : briskly up Inntlixhts; of stairs In the I by Chiraeo capitalists.! Incorporation I Bank or any merchant in Pensacola,

tI ;' capitol) I'liil'l) ; III prvfereucc! to wait- I papers for the combine ilbe \\ hr llr \\ "..n'C Iniprrxril.The The finest Hue of umbrellas in the -

I' ; lug for an el!"'\jit"r. filed l in New Jersey today. The following story i* tl'l'If a ;3r. 'Irll11 city is at J. I. Htepheus'. Go look 1 S. A. FRIEDMAN.

j" Senator Loil--e is a connoisseur on new company will begin operations tirtini of the Johnstown fl'ioil,' at them.

L Ht : t I shirt; designs; The other day he at.I ). with a of So.O'Mi.tMifj. ufi of 1''' I. who when be reached para4'.iseaeeudt J

I h Stt.nn..111I WI..hiu'tnn; with a shirt and i capitalization: (I a cloud that served within .;,; SOLE PROPRIETOR, I'E S."I'ILA. Ft.A.11OX .
!i fc'hich $3.j''i.'Min: already has been sub
: test uf the 'rial, dl'llratl'r. the rostrum and ley's Kidney Cure
same mat* a pearly Rates as a un- ,
1, IIrrl prl. The national concern will
*;; i!; ; |iurpl<'. which wasotn especlalh't !! gain lontiol of the largest horses in lertimk to thrill his new made acquaintances nukes kidneys and bladder right I'I'Kc I' O. 4IM. 'I1LEI'1I0\: : rD

't for him. << amen? the shade with nnacwmt II
i\!, j IllInois. outside of Chicago. Indiana .,...a..aa"
.1.1: ': ,\ Hon. IJ. I K. H..lf.f Hobo. Miss., who Ohio. Missouri and Michigan. Tht of the disaster through wh>h '' !a.'rn""" fjBThandle every ch*" of Liquo.rbulk -
; best
wish the
s lie had ">il.l. lie was Interrupted'by If you very '
'I i I I. 1\'I1IUT 'lIIl'alJl'rl'o tIo'lIt Koo'-e elt on national and )pa or bottle wholesale or retail at (prn 4)

'1' r'a i : bear hum during; the latter's contemplated I nie are not to western be merged grocery but romps retaining a pray bearded old man in the : ice cream freezer at th e very are way down.

I ; : i j II southern! trip, killed forty-eijtt; i separate orKaniratlon, will have group. "A:" mere the old bucketful fellow plpst."Don't mere'bucketfui lowest price, the Willis AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.

: I 1x>:irs fait year and has a total to his '
i i 1 a (clos working arrangement.; waste FO much time talking of Hardware Co. can please
('l .
i credit of n\vr ::. <-t.IMnard
\f n small affair like that!" '
iI' i J. M.iljou. the i\cl! known I norturN nni*. you. lAHCKE&CO.
The\ Johti'-town resented this
: stage manager; and dramatic author "',"h". there are pbysieian's In Germany man !
'I I and hunted !St. Peter of whom he
I died l j who dmru'e, : only 2 cents; for a up
k'1t: II rovmI\ at irmiichani, Knpland.Jh We will launder your spreads fox
1 I asked "Who is that old codziT who
1" il. made his chief s-iicce-s when heJff | c-oiisultati'iii amid -4 cents for a visit! ," ; 15 cents each and make them look
I i seems to think our flood such a trif.ng'matter Plumber Gas and Steam fitter
:1' : I >llieeil 1 1 h. -t'enTates" for Mrs. I said the clean ilia II. :" like uw. Htar Laundry. ,
"Well if that much ,
t J anptr.v thi t-ountry. they always get:
> "That?" said\ St Peter. "Wty. that's
Water coolers that do not
I they beat IIHt.ai.1 the doctor.-Yonkers -
S1 :Noah:* No. i South Palafox Street.All .
: Statesman. the Willis
at
waste ice
1" - --- ,
: ORCHARD AND GARDEN. i Ha -
i, Kind oi: PlacQbln and GaB Fitting Materials Kept on
I No False Claims. Hardware Co.'s.

:,: : i\,; U In fretting out quince tree ten or : Nnlurnllt."Paw. The .sI.Nnv'NIitwaA -er.4.ams k VT.1 ...
proprietors of Foley's Manes
said little Will "
I 'j twehe fet 11'i i n :<>y ii : and Tar do not advertise this P4CIIEDLLt
I such tutu, as a cradle of the deep as a WEEKLY
I
t ; i : head 1'11O.Is should: : I I't" cut off atOIHV. "sure cure for consumption Th.y A. :M: A.
I (Vitaiuly. sun: replied paxv. "There FOR STEAM DIVISION v'ery
J : i.l : as they are a dram on the vitalIty l do not Maim it will cure this dread .
I 11 1 has In al
put to M'uu-tliini'; to stop squalls
of the tree.Kwp complaint in advanced caes, but 'lopositively l.t: SCOL.tucrHlcnamlfA
i i I : at "-I'.jltinnrre: Ntwa.lll ; .
tea.
assert that it will AVKRV XV 'H.KO1.K<
t cure !in COMPAY.Tralns SI..t.tS-J: HI
h1 up the planting in the garden.1'resii I UAILWAY
( the hi.I xecetal'le( are as good in the .
1 JOBBER OF
l : hair Hjr.l. give; comfort and relief in the wortrases. leave nacota tor tbe LHt. IMPORTER AND
;> I tall ni In tie t-prlni Rayon, HIli layouarrlngton, >..7 > ,"
1 "Why'iliti"; said his teacher Foley's Honey and sir i-
,> In frroxrin;: tine fruit two points are "what makes your hair so red" without donlt the greatest; throat and and Fort Barrancas at
I'I HARDWARE.
: 'I, : t'1I"t'ntial-ln ha,,' a rich soil and to lung rl'mp.IH"fllsP sultstitntexSold 1\:3'1'. m.arrlve at Fort Harraacn 7Ua.L
I "Aw, 1 JiM had scarlet fever an.l1t luau a.m.arrive at Fort Karrancas Ku a.B
I' (,'i., thin t'lrIn!. the s-wiswjn. Fettled in me head."-Cleveland Plain by W. .\. D'Alnmberte, l.'l SMith 1:1-.1( p,m,arrive at Kort- Harrancas ltip:

t tr''r: ; {II I li; -. tie: of the test pUres! for dumping; Ieait-r.! Palafox !otr".t._ 8:15 IMO p.p.marrireitortBarrancas m. arr.naton harraucai 4:19 is Op p B o Iron NailAxe. !Sliov!: i- :Saw Mill andSapplie "'lealulJoat
--- --
I I cool ashes is around the I>ae of fruit "8uup m.arrlTeatKort Barraacai 54I p.D *. C'oolmsand H."fltl"tll"M.;: Paint Oil-

1 Ii' tr v Make a mound of them around SliM) ir.\\\r.i.sux: ). Pocket cutler and scissors cola Trains at 'etve Fort Barraneki fenn Window Oh-s (tun-. Pi-' ,Sdand! Fi-nii2! Tickle.Airatc .

Il i aeh tree. 1 The readers of this hirer will !lie from the finest to the 1:15 a.m. arrive at Yensacoia.- i. c and Tinware ana Hoiheluniisliin[ :; (; Iotl--.

t- :' i,I. In spraying! it ,;should-(' remetutx-red plead to learn that there 1.it: )lej.t Ilya P m. arrive at Pen&acola_lliijn

t that thtt'oliapf; of the |111'1\11. iluin one dreaded! li--a-.ts)! that -eieuce cheapest, at the Willis :/:00 p. m. arrive at eniacola._ I.(! p. <. L O"AOKNe5FOK BIRMINGHAM: : 1UJLLINU: MILL COII'A"Y-o:
5ipiipm; arrive at fentaco'a Sii; p B
I II"t ,; and cherry ;s more ot-ptible to injury a* been able ro cure il. all it--ta'i-- Hardware Co.BANNER 7:0: p m, arrive at Penewoii.-- p. Revere Giant Stitched lelul1.rthamptou; Ent t'-r>

j::l TF:l I tl ; than that of the apple or in>ar. :ind that catarrh. l.iir.< ('atarr! ,-. 'E45. p. m. arrive at feaiacola.___, 1:100 r Wheel Co.. L'1Ctin & hand P'.wder C". J..huon'K ileomine. ,

{ 1 i'f ; Each: tree ri''iuires: a ivrtain amount Cure i- the only po-itive cure nownown Matnrdayt onlyF4Ex ; Iron Kin:.!::: and I'.uck tll">-a and lUn fW;

j', :J t'l: Ii of "1'.1(' aittird'n! ; to its kind. You ,t to the in.,dial fraternity SALVE. to Fort FOB Karraacaa WEEK DATB.feniaoola reto n tOo Coups & ('o.41 Raw Hide Lac- Leather. Ma-ur. -
Catarrh being; a C'1I1I"tltutl"nal dia'te -- Color-;
} ; ': can crowd <.n.v! at the ni-k of tettii s 1 'he moat heating salx'j In th- Dacola to Gary Yard and return_ *t1'eniacola > Made Railroad
ii require ci'ii-titittimial tr -att worIACASTOR to Palmetto Beach and retcro Ihtn '
\
I i Itt I+, h redtKvd cn>|.N of undersized, inferior! lie nt. Hall'- Catarrh Curt itak-n ,ll'fDA 'OEantar. Masonic Temple. Pens cn1a. Y\,=-

.t \ II! And badly! 'tll'rt-J! fruit. internally acting directly tie
j f: upon \\ weather permits tbe roonlEg c
blood ant nnic 'ii< surface- of t'r! open coacb.

I.I rt !!I I A. R. Bass of Morgantown InJ., had *ytwni. thereby ile..troyin!the fi.ui. IAFor I Leave Fen.aeola Lv Fort Barranca W. WRIGHT COffiPflfiV

I I Jatjon ot the di-ea-('. and sriviiu; tt.t; Ii a. m 10 a. m. c-

\ : j, : to get up ten or twelve times in the patient -trenirth by liujUling: up the Infants ami Children 11 I a.p. m m., II Jp. m m '

'f' eight and had severe backache and :oiiftituti. r. and a.-i-tlug! nature in The Kind Ycu Have Always Bougtv':' 1p.m I p. IB.: W: CFACTlKERS AM UEAl < f
tf loing it. wi.rk. The!: I'rlllrlpt Ip.m p.a. \ "

f t 11. s.. pains in the kidneys.Vas cured bj nave ".1 tnuoh faith in itrurati<- 4pm p m.If.m 1.LUMBER LATHS
:3t1lt.ll' ; Spin
1.1 I tt. / ,
}. ;j"t.1..f'1'*, thattheyotlerOue lliuulr ip.m 7p m
t 'i !f Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by \V..t. 55
\ Dollar foi ..HIV ca-e that it fail! t" f.4rur..v' b( real l' .IUDA.Y CYPBESSSmN'GLIHtn.
it' : I ; D'Alemberte. 121 South Palafos street 'urf't; >nd for Ii-t of te-riinonit-! ""!llacola to art Harrancai Nu, : lli SAWED [ : ::

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to PaID; eno Beaeb .
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H -:: THE DAILY' NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, dULY 1EI. 1602. s

I ,, :i i

r East Recaptured. j jtI'r I I I FRAMPTON'S I Dies at Age of 104. ; I' iJ" ,' ', (,
I DR. KING'SNEW
\ five months' s. Dallas, Ga., July 15-Mrs. Nancy i

1 ury East, who es AlCBEERS GODSEND r Jones whose home for many years TRY DISCOVERY j 1' ;

.! ,prison at this j has been 4 miles from this place, died !

.nrt't'! by Sheriff I I jI after a brief illness Sunday night. Sirs. FOR:THAT COl..D. i II I ;

.. East was the [Copyright. 1W1 by the S. S. McClure I Jones is said; to have been 104 yearsold TAKE. RO SUBSTITUTE* ; I 1

titr. w prison Company.] !a.d up to two months ao was

t. on til'aiert! for In the trapes of that colossal! work of remarkably strong, both mentally and Cures Consumptiont! bugh3, t. ?, i ;

::,s. Htis now reference, the Universal Royal and physically. IUT husband and four Colds, bronchlhlsthma.* ; : )

.1' the fmiiloyes of Famous the World !mpl'l'ialrt Dictionary! may \J.e found sons were killed! in and near Dallas PneumoniaHay Fever,Pleu. 1'J ; .

\.:anta guard house. tae: following Intert-sting! paragraph\ : |I Ihnoophu during the riots in the days of recon risy LaGrippe Hoarseness ;. i
Over-Fully Matured.Sold struction. 5rs.I Long has tro sons I ,
}'!! n. Johannes (1GU9-94), commonly '
Issued To Bank.s.crttary caIeJ"an DorJrecht from the I living in Faulting county, resides a Sore Throat, Croup and t I

ot Stale Everywhere. place: of Us birth. A pupil of the elder number of grandchildren. She leavesan I Whooping Cough.. ; f 1 t
and fellow student of the
t
Cuyp a younger I .
hart:'r to th estate valued at something like
: a ( <
and more famous member of that family NO CURE. NOPAY6 !
Merchants' bank a*. he excels in the depiction of cattle grazing I I j Sl:>,(1(10. Pric..SQc.indJ1.: TRIAlSQmES FatE. I

of ; NEW SHORT 'STORIES and rrposing. iI ,
i aptal: stock J23.itators unun .
are Tpss.'-; --- All of which reads: ordinarily enough Birmingham Boiler Malws Strike. !,

It K Johnson. P. A Forty Examples.. until one looks up "Johannes ]Knoop-(I :Montgomery Ala.. Juij: 13.: -A special I j
The Beer
t 1-\: !:1l'r, S, Gibson, D..it When Ilht'n1t'tIi was khedive of huysen, called! Van Donhecht. and to The Adveitiserfrom Birmingham

.e J. t:. Wilson, all Egypt' there were reports: of discontent i finds that buch an artist never existed. ,; Ala., says: On-? hundred and ,

I I'lifti- rounty null disaffection in the Arab quar- It all began in the conference room raWomen seven boiler makers. Ivtonging to tin'' That Made

1 ter of Cairo, and one evening a decree !! of the riulaJelphia Daily Dissemi union have gone out-an a strike in tht I :

i issued announcing that any one A Desire tor district because ,
.isition Honored. was / nator. We were discussing: the featuros I Perfect Figure is Inseparable Birmingham propri

i", The governor has proved to Lave: sjiokeu disloyally of the from a tcvv of tae Beautiful etors of shops ref;***! to grant thsi!I .

,''.'-:tion of Governor government would! be haugt'd on the''' for the coining week whent'ralllf'tulJ ,'I The scent of the violet or rose is a! demands of 35 cents per hour asi nANNBtI ZSS tn r AMr'i i
strode in. Now, Jack Pramton ;*- the I
precious
that the British po lovely flowers whose
It hnpjK-niHl
so
.t tor John :Mitchell s-pot. I against 80 cents the present scale! i I f
englishman, suiuething of. breath they are, and white: tLe limes oi 2
consul had asked for an audience of theviceroy was an ; t
The steel plant at Ensley. the Lira i
.1. to answer to th! i |
'! flowers are brief and
we can only enjoy
The Disseminator. He -re-
the following the issue an art critic on
on Gay
iron works in this city Moens & Put
.a g money under false : them for a day, the beautiful woman give!
of the decree. According to the custom I conducted a column as intermittent as ; the pleasure of her fragrance to us as a ton iron works at North Birminghujri I j I

of the time, the inteniew was: j i malaria and nearly as: sweeping. As permanent blessing. The soft fragrance and one or two other shops are aTect: i VICTORIAMADE I

lixed fort very early hour in tin morn- ;. regards art lie uunefctly held that the of a beautiful woman suggests purity.1 ed. | t

Ing. On riJ;:!;; past the E.sbekieh gar- ,: only! Ii'iw'l'lt'r at all worthy t,f at health and elegance; she is the refinement I BY ACME BREW !
Nasal dens, which w t're then a sort of NoMan's of civilization! ; an index always of good
sfif& 'I tl'ntj..n:18 John Sediey Frampton.Jim taste and an of Negrea 3 Fight Deadly INekStockbrrJge I lir lO-CKNT IIOTILK 1 t i{
LM Land, the consul saw forty unerring badge gentility.
CATARRH Ohuffey, our Sunday supplement I II Oa, July 13.:: -four n:' IS TOWX.DA.NNHEISSER.
cyrgq titOlM corpses hanging in rows l Iy the roadside BRADFIELD'SFemale I I
>i r editor: 10l'tlljljthin'lttt'l'\ than to propare pro wcraen engaged in a duel with ;
..ereII.11M1 m : with a label affixed to them stating I I ,
'lUYfEViif } ?>* : that they had s-iwlvcn: evil of the !pitfalls for the feet of the self Regulator razors at the door of a iliurch near here I II B! ;

r : confident rl'l! l't.'n. nut a mazniii! in Sunday, in which Dollie Miller was AOEX2S FOR 1HE CKI.EBR. r
pou-rnment. At the palace the British regulating the lunar periods in woman I

W> representative expressed surprise at so cent trait of the latter, a national trait permits of no wrinkles pale cheiks 01 cut So death and Rachel Roberts was I 1 L f B WhIskey

faIi many persons having been detected in i-Miffil was that he never knew when tortured nen'es and shapeless figures.; It is seriously wounded. It appears that ncr I ,

short a time. lf'leuwtIi's explanation Le was l.cati-n and often succeeded in Nature's remedy The druggist may offef the dead woman and Rachel Roberts I M ain House-401 S. Palafox t ; J ,

so was to the following: iff,'(.t: "I tent turning the tables l on the funmakers. : something e and call it "just as good" were enamored of the same man, and R. F. F.xchme-Opp.! Union !
', this afternoon Frauip- '' but the menstrual organs will not be deceived I that jealousy was the cause of tin I P. i). Box 2>1. Pen acola ;,
.1 t.the no::tr.a.! spreads; < word 1 I'ist! night; to the head of the police On particular a:1'1 result
permanent injury may duel. Rachel Roberts' two sisters l Phones 116-2G8.:!
md. !: cf.. ton found us in the throes of an arts *" r !
5. ; <: > :mIi that he must bun; forty personsby I cur Regulator. Of all druggists/ ft. I
-. .s not -Irymj-
.'Cf'e, :Sd tents at Dtup the '; Jim ('hnf'! turned toward him with I
to pick out twoscore of biggest ) THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., .ATLANTA GA
I .
:crate by
man.iv scoundrels he could think of in the nn appealing air. The Best Liniment For Strains.
,rren Suect.Nc\ York. .
slums of Cairo. I dare say they had "Uh rramptonl": he exclaimed. the continent Matters looked bad for. Mr. F. H. Wells, the merchant at ,

;;; "1tiN1" spoken or would han spoken disrespectfully | "Here's u plll'lIsonniming\ that the! rranipton's side of the qU jstiou at first Deer Park, Long Island N. Y., says: .
%" of the government If they I elder Cujp was a better artist! thanKnoopingysen. Then a London dealer j.roSuced two "I always recommend Chamberlain'sPain i it .

f riddance I ." i ij Balm as the best liniment for
did rot they are a good and genuine! Knoophuysens. When a Paris
f'If HaveRheumatism at any rate, we shall hear no more of "Knin.pphuysen?" repeated the critic. ;: strains. I used it last winter for a
You j collector displayed! the original "Cow
{ severe lameness in the side result.
any popular discontent under my rule. "Yes Johannes: Knoophuysen, the !
and Calf" of Dor'
Knoophuyseu tan
and
I ing from a strain was greatly
cattle painter. Of know all
course
you
.
drecht and I sold the same to a Chicago pleased with the quick relief and cure I
Wanted to Male Sore.The about him."
millionaire! the tide began to turn. effected.." For sale by all drug .
|; constituent from San Franciscowas I Tie expression of doubt on Framp- At length }Frnmnton's "Monograph on gists and medicine deal u.r3'J if H\
telling President Roosevelt about ton's face was only momentary. If henever E-
I the Life of Johannes Knoophuyseu"appeared
t ...anOflBDOBBBH the extraordinary iiialiflcations pos'sesseed owned to defeat neither did he and convinced many doubters \\\\ .

by himself for the job In the confess to ignorance. .1
t! great tested and I : :, though the dispute raged even
a URICSOL eo'.rst-.J lulifornialy consular service which he was seek i "Oh. Knoophuysen:" he said. "Yes, i iI ir
I will cure more fiercely There were Knoophuy.l
,er.e Kidney and ing. !Senator' 1'erklns was a smilingand : of course 1 know all about the old fellow and anti-Knoophuysenists and! JL/l'OV1ll

Bill V au t tli't UllJS'IOf approving listener. l -lino painter': very fine. His workin the enthusiastic founded the Knoopbuysfti fhU signature Ii on every box of the genuine II

/ 9 .., "I nit lt.a .Up ".\1111 do you believe the senator here many respects: equals that of Claude Art school. Laxative Brorao-QuinineT L.Mthe I

1 .'ii'lerlul cre will give his indorsement for this I/jraine. He is particularly good in the
"! For tale you i Jim Chuffey was balked after all remedy thAt cores r cold la one day.f .
; not place" asked the president."I I' treatment of ;golden sunshinanti lilt I
i.-gt'it ran I Frampton has come out with flying
.. ; :- ,,ail upon ha\en't a doubt of it." the applicant I cattle approach 1'anl 1'otter's." colors. lie is nothe prosperous editor f !i Everything .

; 4 replied. "I am quite willing to j ''Knoophiiysen has been shamefully i O.A.BTOn..A. .
of an art journal devoted to the I
chances what the senator said Chuff Seinths it Kit YCj Ha'e ReaI: BC eMi .
rest ; on neglected, earnestly
A gelesCal.r my j )
: : :*':!! Cs-Los : butch school and to Knoophuysen ID Is
;. may say" i "You ought to write a screed about him I particular. I 8'&!litUlt | so Handy &

"Very well" said the president, turnIng for )our column Jack." I of A ...:
f rt I' D'J Cs Alanfa! 6a. I And that was bow "Jobannes Knoopiiuyscn -
-r &. ? "
: to the senator. [ "H'm! observed rr.impton. his brow When Ga3
.. .. Aqt"h, I! ; commonly called Van Dorflrecht using:: a Range
"I'.ut condition" the applicant! } "I haven't much time I I ,
on one clouding again.
i i that
the kitchen work is
dawned upon the world of art lightened.
[
t.1 " :i GERALD DRCXAX The Happy Home j j Soups and Sauces are made quickly. t
bo permitt to leave this room after ; brief biography, and, I'll run over it i! weii-
Clear Oc- oltloo.
_._ ._ : ,;-;. the senator." i I and use it for next Sunday's paper.' I Aunt Jemima-What Is a miracle II You can always!! have just the fire
,
\ I "I think Knoophuysen's masterpiece furnished home. Marston you need for any bit of cooking and
tll\C\\ fOR Adellicrt
\ How He Secured Silence. i is 'The Cow and Calf In a HighWind.1" I, Atlcl1Jt'rt-I'aw said It would be a $ Qitina can supply you i you can get everything ready at Jut

THE PEOPLE Mrs.the literary Arthur world Stannard as John better Strange knownto 1 ventured Stephenson at thlijundurf' ;! miracle If you got married.-Chicago with all needed in the way I the right time and in Just the right

News. I way and the expense for gas: a; fuel
Winter, who, is president of the International I "Nonsense:" snapped Trampton. i j...:..i I'I of house furnishings at the is surprisingly low.I .

'"rrkluJ iiiMsuit .1 '-enl. Society of Women Journalists 'The Cattle Fair on the Canal' is "" .a tile Lo".... { lowest prices cash or credit. I
an.l bcn HnrJ is Kead in London always has some musical I
infinitely superior. Lord St. Mungo She-He declares he loves the
very
I
H\ t.scrthodsr. ,, ctlebrity to meet the guests at herweekly ,; bought it in '1;') for .(:3duO." I ground I trend on. I Pen acola Gas Co.

................_ ......:;.,. :- 1 nfh main receptions during the i Down went "The Cattle Fair" and He-Ah. I thought he had his eyeson 1(5,000 fr*. I', I. '

H" \ I.\ to J.. ;\ u. season. One day out of courtesy to i i "The Cow and Calf" on Jim Chuffey's I the estate.-Hanard Lampoon.The I Awarded at Paris No. 3 S. Palafox St., Pansieola, FLU I

--- ---- memoir of Knoophuyseu. Nest Sunday I 4 h

\I ''''J'hold farni-. I The Disseminator gave to the Mn.lt. ,I
> J all kiuds of
.- "'htrlct..t ptrvi 1 worM an appreciative account of this "Miss Fassoe is so stuck on herself! I II I CHOICEST '

[!ilvto A. A. t 1.J..r.! master with a glowing eulogy, of his : She thinks she's the limit" I! I II II II HUINALAROCHEWINE l 1'I .. .

work, the whole signed; "John Sedleyrratuptou. ":he Is-the age limit."-New York OF-

.'. .ll unproved amounts:real lowri es-' n Not ." after that notable publishing I World.! I FRUITS f INDCONFECTIOER ij I r

l.".li.. t.. rook 5, i 11 long a I I CORDIAL N.AT [ f
Palafox bi., KiiUei ; house of the metropolis: commenced
Hijhtst recommendation for cure cf Poorness j
Sin in the compilation of the Universal -i I of Blood, Sinmich troubles and General De- -
Loyal and I Imperial Art Dictionary.It Can't Eat bih'y Increases the appetite, strengthens I
"
'i; .you nerd money;, i ihc Dcr>ci anil bull-Is up the enure .>.tcm.
s y amount: you want was destined to eclipse\! all other 0. APOSTLE'S :

ii- aid: lovn-st rotes Jfr works of the kind (In and thoroughne '' I 2a rue llrnui.l ,
". 'niproiwd city real scope AVIi> The stomach i* weak, the PARIS I
Moutll 1'nU' '!'s. Frampton took it as a matter appetite and the
T rt'i'r r ; i gone bowelare F )''oiitffra Co.CURE : 14 East Givnnt St. t
la-U 14 of course when he was chosen editor -: con.tipated. Nothing will do you as Ac nl',1.. ,

HulRwfoa as of the publication.: I I much good a, a doe of Ho-tetter's Formerly Cordova RestaurantHtand

I 'O' your propxrty pro- I In ('Olmof time the great dictionarynppcarcd !Stomach Bitters before each meal. --
hay or sell real ts.n intense de It will -tre n then the stomach restore i One carload of Pineapples at 11.75 t
*. d'-cnption., have and there to his the appetite, prevent Conatipa. >' YOURSELF to $2.00 per do/en.
IIq
found the foregoing\ -
ir II"'" Httrndcd to, light. CLuftey :
tion and pnitivelv cure iNDiftFS- crags I'tanieelr annatnrsl .
i i C. 'A'aton.tCo. -- --- -
---
omaphy of Johannes Knoophuysenan ii deehard.elud.mmatnns,
lmedara
.
., DVSI'EI'SIA BlLIOr.
<
"III'I'.nU.. Pensa- TIOX. NESS AND Gaaraaud irruption* or ulc*ratioD9
III .d..rate 1'O..VforYOn" Dordrecht.! MAI.AKIA. FEVER AND Auric. THY .a Wanetufo of maconi niroitranM.ITSlTHtEm.sCHEli'cirCo. to-IOLAY=<)J
'1 J. Nr, mil :,'nd moncjiuti P".eao l'aa4gy Patnle. and nut actin.
This the ingenious Chuffey's orvportunin. :
was A KuTTLnandseeforyourielf. Don't .
: a xdifI R >t or poMunum.or
He sci/.ed; pen' ind ink and accept a substitute.HOSTETTER'S: e'stlasrlyo.' Sold by Drllggbta, Grist and Corn Meal f ills '

1 u.vi .i;. straightway I indicted a stirring letter 0.&A. a at ia plain wrapper ,
If ** ],
tnf. prrpti' fji
i to The Easel a f.imous organ;: of inter e II O). ,,r 3 butllra. IJ.TJ. M. F. GONZALEZ! & CO. Prop i l
>I. H.tllll'II. -MEfartu Circolar 01.1 ea rejutstPILLS ,
I I..i"d wit i some national art. The !letter called atten I J

\ in at oiirtA No for I tioti to the name of Knoophuyseu Ir STOMACH BITTERS. Maaofactcren I. .
:>.-Hi. w Alton few 11111 CHICHESTER S ENGLISHENNYROYAl CHOICE MKAL AM) ITUKGKOUWD i
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"'!Isle. Ma. Tj) Ix' that no such person, had everexisted. r STOCK }E El). 1
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Ortc..1 rid .,.1, ..... .. Patronlte Home Industry, for there Ii "
.. ,, .
"Art: a '
-- ---- -1. I.Ii."I.'rMn .
I 1 'I' mou ilrable loti In ., .. every reason you should boy ,
"*-l terms, by the hishff i' I'rainptirj could not I let that pass iS ::1I. CHICIII.TP.l., P..Ll.illa Block teed from the Home Manufacturer,
THE mASH STOPPED THE!: TALL W. C. ROWE M. D. lift ...Id o'e.r.d I
v :-.oy, :!W', south HalafoiO 1 Next week he appeared in print with i iI i ." ,.. 'T. .....h.. H.fgy for by so doing you encourage borne indni. 4
....... try. Your U Il'ftin the
IeelmI.r .h% -.II.\II.U..d 1..IIto. money community
I
Emma Nevada she invited others
among I Office ITS S. Patafox.Hoarefroat9top:15a.m.aad .... ., j
I : ,
a defense! of Knoophuysen's IdentityBy I U. 8'J .
itt IItt slwraln1t'rlcans.. Henry M. a curious coincidence he had actual : ; : I ti S p. mend \f* t g>T *.*.Blpt l"l>r.llrffnrl.Jlrfc"A .rt/.uIMPa.. T.t'.I.b.. "...s, .. IE fostering the home manufacturer you J
........,.., contribute to the cause of labor. You
-'- - Stanley was there too. fresh from his: .. 1' nm Mall. It"e 5..10, owe
African triumphs. .\Nevada steppe Ye.u..U.ur.;-- 1.31.gssrPIIIL4.Pt I which contributes
..t -trwt. alUf of obscure, Dutch painters in the seventeenth i IPlxoiio GO. to roar inpport. I
--- to the piano the hum of conversation 1
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II. century and this flimsy fact bit .
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'I' un1.'d-BIIc. -
about him showed no indication of .
vigorous imagination expanded into a
M i <. r buntn:si. Spleudid : subsiding. The vice of the hostess I II : I

t .r.T' ..,pour limn hurl time imploring silence was not hearthStepping I, case which really sounded plausible I'' -=*GO TO I
a or cunJuclinu your enough.;
....!M.. Nasrs from Itart.'I to the piano. Mrs. Stan I If i
Chuffey replied! under se\eral different
f
po-uioni gunrantttsl.M nerd HS though; by accident fell with
1 ..f Barber Collrge, Newitf : aliases, sometimes supporting: !
; one arm from wrist to elbow squarelyon '
J
: sometimes combating, the Knoophuy I
;
the keys of the piano. The crash F. E.
\\ .' \\ t- .\t'pU ato.. li south stopped all talk and the guests lookedon
Jltltf I in astonishment. i critics took part In the controversy ; ;

--- :, which spread to England:: and even ;
U v iMoil solicitor; will pay "How awkward of nie: exclaimedthe taB I
'n "iou to right one. Ad- I : .
o' ..:ter. tiletfI hostess sweetly. -For Seven will Offer
Days we the Prices
Following
talk. Bronchitis For Twenty Years. :-0
But there was no more I :
\I\ t 'O'. oung mn from Ksnt : Mrs Minerva Smith, of Danville, ;
t once to prepare for
J M
<. v-rnni..nt tt'rVll'top.. I 111. writes "I had bronchitis for
20 doz Men's French Neck, drop. 200 Pair Men" New Orleans Hewed' You ;
should
>rri- lust.. Cedar KapKjlrn of look at our line of
All affectation is the -
attempt
poverty twenty years and never got relief until stiched, undershirts for 25c; drawers or Cable screwed shoes, for this sale Ladies' High; and Low Cut 8boe J: j '
,
t to appear rich.A I I used Foley's Honey and Tar to match. $1.20; solid leather. WA can save you money.
\11 kinds of b..erI !.
empty I
which is cure. Sold by W. A. ,
a sure
H 25 doz Men's Fancy Striped Lace
A rillDMAR. 1 )
DOTttt ) yards Lawn, fast colored f
Iii Pairs
South Palafox street. Men's Hand Hewed Vici
D'Alemberte,121 and Plain Hilk; [ Finished '
-- -- I Balbrigan worth B 'lc. to close at 5c i
1"411 111'ltV. Cure For Summer Complaint. Undershirts; Kid shoes in four different shape yard. ;i
at 45c each ; drawers to
Summer complaint is unusually prevalent I match. toes; regular H, for this sale $2.55; a 5uo X-Bar Muslin! regular 7u I :; : t
.'wIt MRuWLtUUOR:- ti REMOVAL NOTICE. !; pair. goods to close at 4''c yard. j :
\ Oln'k and I'm for eale.( among children this season. A I 10 doz Men X-Bar Undershirts! .

.t w 'i.In HardwareCo'i. lash well developed case in the writer's |I II i worth 50c, for 40c: ; drawers to match. I have bought the full line of Levy- to 1,000 clo( ;=e yards at 4,';c Unbleached. Domestlor! t I' :

n ,vin <;ooi).-i.M family was cured last week by the Dr. G. H. Tuttle, 1I ] 25 doz Men's Scriven Patent seam Pou Co. boys' shoes that I will close l,())) yards Best Check Gingham, .

1 .* .- K *H 'BEIR)1-Menoteetarer- -;; timely use of Chamberlain's Colic I I : side drawers worth 65c, for this sale out at cost. fast colored, regular 7c goods, for II!I

H4'. -- ,t-a -' in !fair coda. Hati. Toilet Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy one I Dr. J. G. Heard, ;: 35::. 125 pair Boys' Easy: Walkers regular this sale Tic i .

_. a -o.i.eio.. m W. Government of the best patent medicines manu I II 2S doz Boys Extra Size Pants, 12 to 5uc goods, to close at 3oc pair. 10 pieces White and Red f

= factured and which is always kept on I DENTISTS. |i 17 years: worth (1; a pair, for this sale Linen, regular 40c goods! to Table! i !
II. 1 "'. 1'or I-'uiiorulx. hand at the home of ye scribe. ThIs I 50c. !: .5 pair Men's Low-Cut Patent 25c yard. No one over 5 yards. t II
-- the Rooms 7 and 9, Masonic Temple | We a full line of Boys' Wash Leather Shoes have been j
for carry we
',- r 'K t .- tR.\LH UrulaBd ii not intended as a free puff selling 30 pieces Medicated 24-inch Cotton :
1 N ;' *"Jma t or ipeclal deilgai company who do not advertise with All branches of !'urglcal.OperaU\ Pants. Call and see them. at fti': pair, to close at |1.75 pair. Diaper worth !&5c, for this sale 6 ic. i ,
with tech-
ea? )lo>r"no.l:3 V> ell Gregory us. but to benefit little sufferers who meal Mechanical skill. Dentistry performed I II jf t
a., __ ivdlmi' not be within easaccess of a : '

I t }'LIIN'Eltt! physician.may No family should be with I Teethbold Special attention and Porcelain given Fillings to Childreo'i'Crown j'I This Sale will Positively Not Run Longer Than Seven Days. .': ; i

...- - out a bottle of this medicine in the and Bridge Work. t

ordered and Moral tor customers Lesigni- house especially in summer time.-I Best Material; CompetentEqulpment. I II I, 111Oa

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOL'A, FLORIDA, WEDNESD Y. JULY 15, 1902r _

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r 'ELECTION RETURNS I!'SANTA| ROSA

AT TWO PLACES NOT ALLOWED TO VOTEA season as star in a production of "Alice I i

!; IS CLOSE of OU Vincenues." I The 42.1 Annual Mairmrnt tr ;
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KBttrMl at the I'oct trace at fecsacola, I | All of tLe stock for the new theater Knding December 3hf. fret
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ton **cood-cla matt..r.OrrICE 1 in Quebec has I nri
len subscribed for by
) Last night, between 7 o'clock and II large number of youngmeu who
I :-Pitt', Bu,1dacg:11}; !south I prominent citizens. ;
t J'a1&JOlltrt.t't.eturs.I :"early morning, continuing until day- I j With three precincts yet to hear j had just qualified for the voting I! Dan DaJy may be seen next season |i I THE[ EQUITABLE(ij

''light, the headquarters of the Union | from in Santa Rosa county, the vote privilege were not allowed to vote In a dramatization of "A Yankee at the i

I I THE NEWS PUfillSHlHG 'CO. i Democratic Club on West '..arragosaa | stands now with Myers seven votes i yesterday because of the technicality Court of King Arthur."
i I j Mr, and Sirs. Joseph Coyne have : tiff E ASSURANCE[ EUCIEII ij
Term: Invariably in AdvanoOB *- .!- street was a scene of the most' ahead of Lamar |: in Dot having in their possession ; gone to their new home at St. James, ,

Y..r t>7 Mail .. .. ......t: W disgraceful debauchery, men ando !i | a registration certificate, although ;i X. Y., to spend the summer. ,
( Assets . . _
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Lt Month to 2i : boys having fairly floated beer. I Of All Hot Weather Enemiet I their name in each case appeared on I The testimonial! to J. Sherrie Mat : -',
I pat Vrtk.by Carder, Payable Mondsy thews at the Broadway theater New Reserve and otter:! Llabl.i .-

I Besides this sad condition of.(lof humanity cholera is the worst. |, the lists. I York, realized more than |:!,M., i i ities . . . :: '-.
\ TELEPHONE NO. 118. I IIIp Treatment to be effective must be -
I thing, people lying about the j' prompt. When vomiting, purging i! To say that some people were mad I Mrs. Carter's new play for next seas 8urplusfrom( which Div,. --

benches asleep and "doing" unsteady j and sweat announce that the dies !, clear through will but very mildly I I! sun, now being written by David Be- 1 dendsarepaid . ,

s t I. cake-walks about the floor, ease is present, combat it with Perry i lasso, is to be of a society nature. ";
it, and unkind words
i express some Paid to Policy-holder-
i Williams and Walkers will appear
r,, I together with other childish and -i: I were said about people immediately next season; in a new musical comedy, 1iI.a. .. .. ... f ;:- .

st I foolish diversions, all contributed to j and dysentery are overcome by Pains !' responsible for the condition Home "In DaLotuey," by Paul Laurence Dun- New Insurance in 15'ul. :.' "
killer. It is i equally health-promoting I bar and Will Marlon Cook. Total Insurance in force

PO8AOOLA, JULY 16. 1902 I' thoroughly disgust a more intelli- '; in all climates ___ i, ;young men, who had lost sleep in According to a London rumor Sir Dec. 31, 1H01 . . : .7' _-. -,'

r i gent and refined class, many of'i i I anticipation of casting their initial Henry Irving and Charles Wyndham Notwithstanding the ,rr. at. r .

I'KIMAUY Oil COXVKXTION ? whom left the hall :at an early hour. STEAMER j VERMONT ballot, were eba rined to learn that may act together next season in a new 1 cial strength of the Society .'
II play by Henry Arthur Jones.APHORISMS. 'greater "t'curitwhlc: ItI -
/ t 'It i I. a great misfortune," says theiiiesUnion The constant presence of a police- I 'all their hopes had been knocked I holders thereby enjoy t" i IL-\ ,'

rFs and Citizen, "for a man: comfortably near served to i SUCCESSFUL TRIP out. I are LOW and GUARANTh:- .
i ter than given by otatr, : ..
; } ute not to have a strgng minorityrartIa keep serious disorder in check. I I T. X. Adams, supervisor of registration -

minority strong enough to I Injustice to the club's officers and jf One today Is worth two tomorrows. r
F i was out town throughout
; keep down factions and personal 1'':' leaders may be said that none of The steamer Vermont which sail.!' almost the entire day and nothing Franklin.A KXOWLES 1BO{ ..
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f crainblt brave man hazards: life but not
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I 'ed from here about June C with over :
t= Never before in Florida's political L them were present upon either occasion could be heard from him. Mr. Lila cou ('ienre-Schiller. I Generale<*nti>.
*600 head of cattle and horses for !
,1-tory ha-, the truth of this propo-i- when reporters visited the II| D'Alemberte, tax collector, claimed From the lowest depth there Is a ,: 309 S, Palafox St.. PEX
!j !South Africa, has arrived safely, path to the highest fceigLt.-Carlyle. v 1
.Ion been more emphatically illu- place, and it was stated about one of : he had nothing at all to do with it, :

gated than daring; the primary cam them that "we sot too rough for j! losing only nine head of cattle{ on the |i, A healthy! definite purpose Is a remedy -
and in this the polls closed lastevening.
way fur thousand
a Ills.-O. S. Marden. CONCERT AND l 11\1
; fdifti ju-t ended. Brother arrayed 'trip. This information came In a 1 j
him and he left in the
us early
brother, friend against I Where the best things are not pos"i- MAGNOLIA BLUFF 1 Hi1: ?K-
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I friend Ygalnt, dftnot-r.tt aMin-t: detnocratit : | night:' This was said at 11 p, m, :' 'cable to Mr. C. W. Hagerman, agent !, It was conservatively estimated lie! the Lest should! be made of those: NIGHT. TRAIN: .. Al 1 -

A bind and of the line. The success of this trip I : that arc.-Hooker. 9. LAST: TRAIN I 1tFla I i '
incite enthusiasm K
; And the practical: absence of real i is- to i/ l last night that a* many us sixty ballots -
: There I is oue thing in tie wide universe (
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.ae# involving principle or policiei .- attendance wa; present and caught ,| ]may mean regular sailings; from Pen ; 11,1, TICKETS :i.;. i F\-
l lost of
1 ; ; were on account this which in really valuable, and
I his degenerated the campaign into a ;acola for ;South African ports that DEPOT
and is ehlractl'r-John
people coming iroins. Returns ToiM.
i technicality: and in a majority of
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I *eri-4 of pronal contents betwfooeutIlf'mtJE'r ------ ---
i :! of the -ame: political house Ii j from all precincts for the most part: If a Man Lie to You, j!I cases i the voles thus lost were for Saves a Woman's Life. FRANK SECARI'S BATH HOUSEI t

i' hild which in -ome instances, has were gro"-Iy misrepresented, cau,;. And say seine other salve, ointment, i the traixrht Good Government To Lave _

become little lethan di-;:racefuL ing good cheer on all side when/ |! 'lotion, oil or alleged healer is as good : ,ticket, with a d.llerence inn up would have meandeath i I Peep water .-.-i: b.it1' ;i' .-
perhaps ; on
for
fi I as Bucklen's Arnica Salve, tell him )I Mrs Lois Cragg, cf Dor- J diy. for wl.rtpe! '>;,it. nail'. -
Opponent- the primary plan' each alleged re-alt was announced j thirty years of marvelous cures of.; I the treasurer's cilice.! Chester, Mass. For years she had compartment fur Uditw:/; "

will be found pointing to these, condition i Beer flowed like water, and thep!i Piles, Burns, Boils, Corns, Felons i ij i ------ endure-I untold misery from a severe 'tendant. Neatf-t. bt ij.ii!
as demonstrating their con. i Ulcers Cuts, Scalds, Bruises and Skin''Emotions r.\:'iriile.i bath hou-e III t-!: i-r i '. '
sounds emanatinrfroln the hall were I lung trouble and obstinate cough cent.. FR
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I teuti'jii tint: the primary method of j prove it's the best and i "You ousri.t n' t to smoke right before .
*! : "Often, she writes, "I could scarcely O-r. Cevalln-: U / u .
cinched in cheapest 25 atV, A. D'Alemjjberte's I "
not respectable lauguaeby cer4s
nomiuatiu; candidates is inipracticabl I the eMlilren.: Henry, expostulated! Mrs.
'H1i '! drug store i breathe and sometimes: could net =
{ I' I ( 'hiDS( r. M'an't you soe that you're
-hould!
**, and that the party any mean-:
old -- l j sPttiug: them, a very ba-1 exampleV""oh. speak. All doctors and remedies: fail' d I ,J .... ... ........ AlII. .. .......... '.
return u the o'Jd convention u .
war 1 In direct contract was the condition ,
till I used Dr.
New
thit's all right dear, King's Di;fo\cry
A BEAUTIFUL uiy replied f
method, in which the dear peuplI' e
at the East: End Club headquarter > : : her husltttn.l easily. :"If! they fins for Consumption and was crnipMcured. :y '

t are relieved from all trouble aid ant -r': =, in spite of the inclemency | low y..ir t'xauipli' of carrying pins inI I ." Sufferers from cough". <"< :-. ...ALL NE\V. .
and the duty of selecting '
uoyaiice MORNING WEDDING :: your mouth tlt' 'II never lice long throat
and lung trout: red T-!
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( the element;, a good crowd sat
the candidates will brammed "
party's again
eiuuli; to l-e i.arnn l> rxanpk.Syraeu .
y my
by 4 few volunteer patriots i around :and enjoyed the comforts to I 'e Herald. grand remedy, for it ne\.r '.-ap : HUT g
points. Cure is guarantee j !'vV.. A MUM I :
who have made the manipulation ofconventions be had. A more orderly crowd could I jI A quiet simple but beautiful i D'Akmbtrte, drupgi r. h: '<>
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,: Jam I'ln.thiit I'olllir
the chief bu-ines of <
their 11nJ.t't no relfrespectingdemocrat i I not have: been found-and there had >early morning wedding took place at I Senator Kittrotee of South Paknta! and |1.'><). Trial b"-t'ks fr,:...

been engaged no band to make the 10:30 o'clock today at all East Its saw two little t"y, in a srnp ns li.- F.'R 11.1Next -.
b deceived by suchpec- :
crowd I James. : I w"as on his war to the capitol the other FAMILY SEASON TICKETS
\ hlu.. re"'Jniug, larger.; mana street, when : ,
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Thoe features of the primary contest Treat Your Kidneys For Rheumatism I i i'.: engineer on the steamer Florida, and i ii I "I'o'i't tiiiLt. I lioy," ho said. "Try to AT SICARI'S BATH HOUSE : Days

4'ii \1 from wliich: we have ju temt'rg. I|i JliBertha C. West were married i I i pet along; without lii'l.tintr."
1J rd which to constitute itncoudruiuati'm Whin are suffering from rheumatisra \Ve B
appear you ain't tkLtins promptly n-plittl! 'i
Rev J. M. 20c
-if 1 M! Daunelly officiating.i i iI : a Copy.
t' It, have nottiiu?; what tie kidneys must be attended : one of the boys. "\Ve are just playugi ; Frank Sijjari will i i--lIe lw' fuunleaon \'
if d with the I i I A few select friends witne,:a<>d the i i politic*."-\Va", hintoi l' .t.IliiiiI t
f ever to <> merit- the to at cote so that they will eliminate tickets for bath at !.i-spleu.

f\ ;>lau. They have rerulted, a* the the uric acid from the blood. Foley"'s ,.I''ceremony an1 a number of beautiful i did bath house, for a family of one f : PENSACOLA MUSIC CO $

{. 1 Ml Tliiif-.I'Kioii and Citizen f intimates?, Kidnty Cure is: tbe most effective '' i and costly gift. were sent to the I ) \"( So parr of It.iSayniip to three at $1.5'] for the -a-on and f ,

't ,:' ffl'11the fact that only one partyex- ''remedy fur this !t. T. I, -This fortune telling; business for of from .
purpose Hopkins' happy couple. Is ail huiiiKu_. One of those! professors !a family thr- up for two 3 SPa' : )I
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,.t.* in the state, and the! coutqueuttxisteuce uf Polar, Wis. saysfter un- dollars. Thee *ea= ticketwill :
I' '1 I They left on the 12:15: train today !: <>f jialmi-try! told me a little while on .
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11f l of 1 petty factionbaed I successfully doctoring three years for I I i'i aso to l I.M,k out fur a short! liloiul uian. entitle the: family to bithc: whenever .. .. "'AIk. ". _
for New Orleans for an extended .
( 1 t f M>Uly upou individual tat'rtle..s; i in 1 !jiheuraatism with the lest: doctors, I'f ;;' Sliyne- don't know about It's bolng: they wi-h throughout; the season,

1"I r the pur-uit of otllce. Thispecies of f tried Foley's Kidney Cure and i id it wedding tour. I I, all: IIUU.IIUL,'. rum !Mortil and Iii short .:j 1111

;1' .4 peroiialpolitic- i- vitlble-aud: I Loud me a ten oM fellow: will ?-
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titled I -
l' (Ut' cannot speak too highly 1 Don't Fail to Try This. i iWhfne'tr Gus fl. Soderlind
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I I..curablwht'nt'"tr the absence of' Chu-npo Tribune
of tins! ,:r.-at nit''tntSold! by W. :> Grass Shears that will cut
an honest trial is given :
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I t party oppitiou operates producean .\. D -\l IlJbtrte, 121: South Palafox close at the Willis Hardware '
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f;. an ali-euce ff real isUes. ,, to Electric Bitters for any trouble it: Orrlinnl. ...TUB TAILOR. .
street. i is recommended for Uufus Chalkete-All fot yo' tole me Co's.
t !; The question for the democrat of r \ a permanent cure i! ,,
dat mewl gut jo' sol1 me woan' kick? -- I :10 WKST (;VKINMKNT: : >1'
will surely be effected. It never fails t
I Florida to -dive will behall '
I if'N i. abandon, ufttr tingle trial made we CRIMINAL COURT ''to tone the stomach, regulate the kid ,( Mr. \rllsLntouo! : did. FINE STATIONERY. j j Will for the next ., 1.::- ,;. .
tutus .
CLarkt'J't'W'II., he do kick, tat o per cent !I. -- : > :. :-
nt''s and bowels, stimulate the liver,,
ULdermany adverse circumstances,
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\ ;, an' kick Lard: .price" :
in\ieorate: the nerves and purify the! .. c, V. Thomp''"ti, X'). 11 South
t d method which calculated to ,, Mr. \\ : hiustou: ; -]Pat mewl Lab dec l>yiDK Men's ,Hull*

tf'.{ emancipate the democratic masses SESSION TO-OAY blood. It's a wonderful tonic for run '' -evd me.-Ohio Suite Journal. Palafox ?street ha* just opened Mvn ylDIl Suit'l.adai"tfani'' huts CfHn| .- 1l.nditV "' '

from the tyrannous; domination of j I -- down systems. Electric Bitters posi- new supply of Linen and Bond Hulls drain ('lf..ii 1Men's I ; :
.elf tituted 'jeltures. kidney and liver troubles' Our or the Ollirr. Toutcr i Strutii 1'1"1",1
-con- leaders because '
party ,
I l Papers, white, blue and with Hint Now the ,
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the element of Criminal court convened today at: stomach disorders, nervousness, sleepless SwolliT-I intro.hH'l'.1 the count toMiss ray : is time to
r"f. personal politics Envelope match Oxford ( whom
Jotrox. lu :,
> has ;
cannot be eliminated ; and return ,; 10 a. in., JuJt A. C. Blount, Jr., pre- I '-n. ;s, rheumatism; neuralgia, and Just mars shape, Tlii- offer i* for thirty ii I ,
ri.d.Swnttcr. alo Foreiifii Mail Tablets; with En-
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I to a system in which that f'lell1eutl' siding. *>xpls! malaria. satisfaction guarantwil only. Mention you saw the acU-
I 'i -Indf tMn'! I suppose| out velopes to match. Ink. Pencil:. ti-emeut in Tilt III.Y :Ni
hv W. .\. DAlemberte |
i* equally inevitable, but imade i i I The regular venire for the week druggist of ,pratitixle 1 he will:! give you a slice of Penholders, Rlinkbook, Files etc. otherwi-e the regular price w,

!I.' the plaything of the boseto servetheir Only .in i-'nts. bar fortune, or sL- will ask you to help n hargrd.!
etc. hand.
I was called. :Seven were either ex- always on
own rather than !{ his debts.-Town
1 purpo-e the pay Topics.
Phone 234.:
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cued or not found SOCIAfATSALVATION !
reported and
.' :, JLtere-t* of the party or the people? a POUND
1 }'special venire returnable at once. TI... ('artier. Thine.I 134 134 134 134 134

'; <- : t'U\II'I KitM.tK CtoMiM, has made !i was ordered. The jury being coo ARMY BARRACKS >octor Adjutant Iflrd! -So you Lave .h0.NHO/NO/NNO.N/0..0 '. ." .
taken the whole I otte'! eliVell it's
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an announcement to the t-tf.ct that -S-|
pleted the court proceeded with the' very strange that you don't feel ; Buy a Hammock 134 134
any ;
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the valuation of : -
1Vedne
vretfate railroad
a -day uiijht. July 1'Jth. Every-j
Alton's
better.Tbe.
Dhonc.
Ii, t : and telegraph line- in the state i is !| docket. body welcome. Come'al'HI brim a : .'* AND KEEP COOL: .< 0 F. "
Do
I : now J.u.r, than la-t the !' Richard Rou-e, charged with a- : pound of something and have a ;oodtimo. Ostrich- you know doctor, it 134 It isfor Fn ..lnI -. 1f4
I year by has just struck me that I forgot to no : r'
B j S<)methiii< of interest to the remove AI>u Y-H KI
to rUinof fH1.44'J77. exclusive of rea l ijsault j with intent to murder wa: children later on. the cork?-1'uck. i : ',- .

I estate TliH should di-poe of the called for trial. Ou account of the riol.IIE & YATE, LINES, HOOKS, | 134 134 134 134 134

alleged undervaluation of this specie absence of a material witness, the -- SANTA ROSA SURFBATHINCJSTABLISHMENT
I of property.ROLL PENSACOU CLASSICAL SCHOOLIliinl | SINKERS and POLES i -
cap was: continued until September .
,'I TO CATCH FISH, ,' h lo. and court adjourned until ;* p, in. EVERY w
: OF MONEY Annual ehsinn Kegiu; SiCPiulMr -|" .
; : l... Melts a-
June l':', !!IH'I. Sunday evening. Private parties
i Baseball
11.1': Ii! LOST YESTERDAYA. GOOD GOVERNMENT ]__ |can arrange to have the same or'j | Supplies ; HOUSEWIFE
other refreshments served at '
If" I II anytime
'I 4f : ill'1: -- The aim of tin- -i-hool i is to provide during the week at rel"ollabI".t: | J ?'" -H AS :I

II 'I'f ,' VICTORY ASSURED I th"rnnrhHIGHCHOOi.au d term, See manager j Bats, Balls and Masks } Needs a Bottleof
;! : I A, H, Hojj.in reported this morning, COLLEGE PKKP.AFATOUV intructioti. CHAS.: H. KTRTOX. Is .
The school iof I 1
.Id -- e-pecial ,
+) t t the loss of fil: In rup-r money, it i I interest to three classes : "1 Sl'u'r Knew I'ain Killer (') Fail 1-K'tM *9 Turpentine!

i: # r IT ; caving dropped trout his pocket The iMnocratic League of ]Fscam 1. Tho-e who having completed Coefs Book Store. ,, .
big his! elected the ;grades of the public .cbool wih before, what can the matter be : wh-tn-r fr Cleaning IJfcICloth '
its le
t" ; I ?ouie 'hr" between the court house county i I..ltti Vt' to pursue their studies, further without Where i i" the bottle? There. I *-?, or for 1"1111.t; I- "

i bud the union depot. The ticket, L"ftm and Clopton, by a bigmajority ; Kavin home.: thonzhteo: : it i-i not Perry Davis l N1.100000N00101.; ('uf., linn.**. or unyiiiinifKvfryb"iy .
; money aNo 2. Tbo.e who wish, with the aid Painkiller at all, but something the ) knows th- vjln: ..f !f'
"l; t.II'II' t was iu banknotes of f.:> and H de- chairman and seer,- of the cartful individual attention ; druiriyt uiti-t have made himself I Spirits "f Turpentine. and n, ,. '

{ I somiuathon-and should the finds 1 tary of the executive (committee and I '' that can be given in smallercla-se, and I did not notice it ; I have use d Do y.u:: want a magnificent: ; water to yet the! !genuine article. -,.<, '

r ''a large nnjority of the and a longer: session to advance Painkiller for year for diarrhea: for little money? If ;so. call oil it iput up by tf:e
i : feel it incumbent upon himself to precinctcommitteemen. more rapidly than! i i- po-sjble for cramp and stomach aches and it Stephen, the jewelf-r. He will accommodate r

rtturu it hr will be rewarded. I them in public schools. never failed" you

.. I ;3. l'hop who are fitting themselves
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\\1 Men \\ll r.e !!.>)(.. 1 Need More Help for col1e p.
I i In addition to the usml instruction -
; ( Iu the excitement of a lively exercise Often the overtaxed organs of dices: in Enili-h, Mathematics, Hi-. v 11I J. M. FOLKMAN,

like boat. tion cry out for help by dyspepsia's tory. Geocrapliy. .ltin.erc.instruc Vt,
racing or I
bill-playinz: :
tion iollered.. ",' ,.,1 r/I .
II tuition A
o grains, nausea dizziness, headaches Dti'ALEK is
wi
-train their
they mu-clesand
? i in Uref, French. t-f1l1\1I and Sj an- a I
fcome help iug and #->re. Then they j i 1:.rer complaints and bowel: disorders.Such ish. The school i H conducted at thee 11:4.4: :; = a -tV" 'lmi; I...
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; ? i are glad they have Perry D.l\'iol'j!, troubles call for the prompt us corner of Wtt (Jadsden and Spring: OLLP1PEB\\ P !, from t'.... Lsr: "'e;.
streetin a building which Manufacturer; I',:
t r11 Painkiller on hand to soothe the 'of Dr. Kin 's Xew Life Pills. Theyare / is to _
It I be arranged to adapt it especially to ----- the United :States' :
lja ijuivennc nerves ; to penetrate the I gentle. thoroueh: and guaranteed 1 the needs of thp -cliool.

.c1 muscles with warmth: and healiti;? to cure. 23; ceLts atV. A. DAlomI : The number of pupil* in attend- Fetther ::croU.15e per r.-11.

.: power. It has relieved the pain ott b> rt.. s .!rug store ance is limited. Hence those deiriaj Buffalo Mfg Co.who I
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!1
i admittance ehotiid communicate Dining Room Tapestry, n 1 M per rnll,

t!,, two generations: of Americans, :as early a- ro -ible with the Princi st Guarantee it Ab-ol .', !I'

t I nil; Larf' bottle-i and ut ceuts..MEAT pal y I

a ; n Hood's Pills For farther, address inf<-rm'itioa. term. andcatalogue 1 fc< Contrator for Decorating k." Only 10 Cents a Bottle.

A MALT has a marvelous -
Ia Do.' r it iri'l': ror trrit! .'to the a!:men- H. CLAY AIOI"lR') (7.PrtlHlpal Call fp Phone Mt cr Prop a I'okial Car.IAll
.. dietetic value. While refreshing ,
nary : ai illi''f sf::: \ reItr l or nrA t
All kinds chair*
of
sod pleasant to take, it helps a iim- R.p'.j .eansc '>f.l' tudily! and PFK I\'AI.H.\\'HHEY JR., Work C 0 D, and Guaranteed.:
_Ai-taut. rocking chairs at Mar*'"*
I Jatiou of food. Sold by Give Comfort -
ICE-COLD WATERMELONS: ATJHEUARFIELDICECO'S. Corner Baylen a-sd Goxrninent Strata, $ Quina's. Prices are "try

f+' DANNHEIER BRO l Sold ty a.i druggets. .'. veils Qz Bloit +Vet of PostoCc
*, RIght on tile Belt Lie'*!! low.j1 .
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLURIDA, WEDNESDAY. JULY 16.1902. I : 't ::1 !

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N. 'tiEAI, President; F. C. HORTON, Cashier t THE WEATHER I 1 ; .1' : ;. f


S. J. rOSH EE,Vice'President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. i t',11fcS ". !

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TODAYLocal 'It
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NATIONAL
AMERICAN BANKOF t I'i"i !

Forecast-Fair tonight; probably i '
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PENSACOLA FLA. showers and tbonderttorms Thursday;
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light variable winds.Temperature i' I'

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the LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK of any bank in the State. in Last 24 Hours: the Schlitz brewery you will find a plate glass room. In it I

gas Maximum.._. .._........... .. .. Tdegreet are cooling pipes, over which the hot Leer drips. Above it is an ; 1 .
Minimum .................. ............. degrees air filter, and no air comes into this room save through that filter. J :
prompt courteous and careful attention given to all business en- \ germs can reach beer handled with such rare caution I.o I.
Temperature Elsewhere : But, after the beer is aged, we filter it, then bottle and seal it, 1; '
then sterilize '
every bottle. i 1

trusted to its care. Atlanta _. '..... ................ .. 'U.wi Min.;> :; We take triple precautions because beer is a saccharine !;
Bismarck ..... ................ .... w! HiCbic product. Impurities multiply if they get into it. There is no .
go. ..... .............. .. ..7.C e1y;! grade between absolute purity and utter impurity. I.
-4 PER CENT JNTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. I Cincinnati.._..........._. .. .. n> 4I:: Every bottle of( Schlitz is absolutely and purity is
I Galveston_ ...... ... ........ ,i* 7 I I Huron....... ?_. ". .._......_..... - Jacksonville m.............? .... .. M! 7v CAn FOR THE RRFWFRY Horn INO. .,. 1
} I' Kansas lIty _...... ......... ., w 7rt
FAIRCHILD the box. Thursday night the namt Key West ..... ..... .....-....'.. ..... .HI s* :
B. H. :Memphis .... ..... ..... ... ....... M ?'>
will be drawn out and to the twelfth STAMPEDE Mobile ..... ..........'.... ..... -.e" 74 Cooled THE
UrnoLSTErtrrc: will be awarded the ; Montgomery...... ......?........ U' 70 in BEER !
name paper- 1 Sew Orleans....... ......_....... bd 11
i! EAST ROMANA STREET. enough to cover a large room.T. New york......... ..... '" ..... .... K5 THAT MADE i
Savannah .... ya '1

'f '''J Specialft.Plaono RefInishing. Furnitu't a suspect. H. as Diby having, who committed was held a3 several a 'I TO BEARD i St. Louis ...". ..... fci ,? filtered Air MILWAUKEEFAMOUS :}


-4LOO. I burglaries in the northern part I 1 : MARITIME.

-- of the city Sunday; was exonerated LIKE WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN

R. K. WHITE, I this morning, testimony as to his LEWIS
BEAR
& CO.
yu ?..r. Manufacturing Jeweler I identity having been widely at variance BY ONE SPEECH, HE BE Ex PORTS.For .

| on material points. Doby July to datI'5,4-..5I

> .raJuate Optician, i| holds good name among people of CAME THE MAN OF 1 CLKAkED. I i i Bole Agents for West Florida .

.I.t M t uola. Fla the colored race. Ku sp Ocean, I Hsl. :\laU..oon. by S S'1 L Co '
THE HOUR. for London':with l.afi.uou s ft lumber value R5252.5C52525"2. Sr52 S"252 t'i i : f
I '
- U,5Iol
t--l: : rr
Your ha* lot elasticity because I :Nor bk Alexander Lawrence llfi: !. Haversen. [ / / "rJ 1 ,
by w s Ki' '."r. (;0. for HUt'ulh'rt'., ':: nt o"- 111 i!
your blood has lost vitality, with MSmmsft' lumber, valueHVZt: I rJ .
-N TES1d which Hood's Sarsaparilla: : will re Hon. John :r-. Beard whose opponents -, *pan ssliraciit.: i'li!!, Luzarraga. by M H '! rJ J : 1 '
Sull:' an for Iiuhlin, with l.'it'.im sit saw n I. '
NEWS store.ESCAMBIA'S. credited him with from MO to timber, value V>17 i,, J" 11 ; : !

.;uo) supporters in this his home county i SAILED. L, ;
-< I"J ,
I It bk "lfIiniR."a"lIo.. :Savor! U '
_,,- / -? like that great tribune of the lan bkt .Norms, "JI'I'rben. b\t'ndoorg I I i
Hon. William r. : I.i I.
people, Jennings
H illid.iy and lieo.
i, :NOTICE: TO :MARINEKs.Commander 25'25252525-eff
I inn of II. Halliday Bryan, by one :speech rwayedthe1 i < S5HSE5HS 2E 2E '
J H Hull. In'prctnrolthe \

.ut.'l: at the tore 'if CONGRESSIONALVOTE j popular vote and caused a stampede .Seventh LUhthouse district )ii s issued the .. -. -. ,
following otltcial! notice:
!1. ;i'':rune :Ni., where ; throughout; the county, drawing Pensai-ola Hay and tntranc.av: ar:
iiultr Flank Buoy No <.>.a "'coOlI-c ta.. cnn
iu'lebted to
.r-ou'" I vote from both Lamar and wa-> established June. sly: I'".', ou the
Myers
i.J: settle their uc- IS CLOSE following heartugsviz:
i and, considering the fact that he Deer 1'oiut lieajuii Light 1::. by XPentmola
Uht-House. W. X \VV MONDAY BARGAINS
--- j stood absolutely upon his own re"Urce5 End of West (coal wharf, navy yard, N.
.. i authorizes; the an-1 i T. w. ,.
This buoy is placed at the '
I ?< without organization, with southeasterly
from p: cambia
tt the! clmmodiou..1 Incomplete returns point of the ve-futnoui curve otf I'ensacula i I|I
navy yard and marks the channel to anchorage
i.. .- beeu eu :qed tot county show that there will not be all the practical politicians arrayed ground for deep draught vessels.KOTICE .

!I'-''" i''t.. t"uight on'i much more than twenty-five vote? against him, he polled a remarkably Being in Close Touch with All Markets Implies .

: \.t. excursion A dilfemice between tl.1tterin'ote3 vote so large thatit TO :MARINER. : <
the vote of I i **./ Contant Opportunities. ."."
: '* I than ha-= : is i; [ Regulations of the Marine Hospital ::;er- I i I
conceded
Lamar and Myers, the generally that, had he j :
one or
pl.trlJlI-j way I vice require the Inspection of vessels from''
x .r.i) u-will ;o other. with Beard close at their made: the speech; he did last Friday 'i foreign ports via domestic ports north of To their acceptance only two requisites are F s"ential : SPOT CASH' and r
t Southern
Maryland but such
via
H..k d.lnciu f..cHi-1 ports at
BIO OUTLET. The Ol'RS-we
i opportunity was had the SPOT
!hip Island where full it i
iJ: mu-ic will be heels, perhaps 150 votes or les; I night a month earlier, he would \,, for a southern. port Insprcnou pratujue la not given prerequisite CASH : Now you have the tempting chance to save money ;:

I I behind Lamar.: have swept the county. I to entrance_ by spending it. See our big show windows ; they J;;:

'i -------- ------ '
JtOTlCl. peak stronger than cold .
type.BOUCHT
'*' --year-old: sots I
j j I CONCKIir AND DANCE AT < The :Marine Hospital Service has issued
; tin k. wa thrown the following:
J I MAGNOLIA BLUFF THUJ .DAY JACKSONFOR 1 -Coastingvessels which are known and ;
the FOR SPOT CASH BOUGHT I'
M. liuj; near II I NIGHT. TRAINS AT :8: !S:30AND: which are in regular trade with Florida FOR SPOT CASH, .t
-' ti ;.ick-d up by I. from domestic ports of the I'nited :hates.tnay I i
!9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT enter without detention or inspection !! ONE CASE ONE CASE ,I
t t' I' 'It'd !lllill" u 11I with the understanding that if sickness of I i 1j
1l-M.:: TICKETS J5! CENTS, AT LAMAR any character whatsoever sball develop I
> !I9: .iw -inJ lI>ew- ; i during the to Florida shall I i t'
voyage
ports i iI
DEl )T. I ZAMONA
I 1;''.':, rxa111i- 1 I report to the quarantine,' officers for inspection I CORDED lAWNS. j REN RON ORCANDIES.
and di-potition. | .
A \ : IIHICh' --- I The actuil value Ni'4e' a yard, but Actual Value s. and: J Inc yard. Due i ito

'.' \... t.. MisJ. JOINT MEETING OF A dispatch from Mamnna: : i'aysGeneral SHIPPING I II due to SPOT CASH l'urch.teH" the BPOT tA: : Jll'urclm.e they

Ii l1..r..t THE offer them Monday at ; Monday' at6c .
i BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS !! Lamer Jus a plurality in I'I --- I
I
II I I. VKHSKLI: IN FOKTSfEAMMinS. : 10 yards for 35c yard
Jackson county of 4i. I I I :
,
_' \-J., B.irtlet audj! I i "

N .: M.' I... b+m% c-w-i I A joint meeting of the Chamber of I It \llierto Treve-, -.';;17. Cornelia to liultTrII".it
''PRECINCT '1 Co EXTRA SPECIAL SPOT CASH PURCHASE .,
irri-f-, and will be Commerce and Young Men's br Fatten; Hall, i:17s: Weppener to llaars: ,
I BUOi'I' Oorlr
: ilar: hoe betweenI ness, League i is called to be Imnwoily ,
Chutlon :: Sanderson to W F Keyser :
I \ \ewOrIean--. 'i Thursday; evening, July 17, at i' Co .. .57 Pieces St. Albans' Batiste.. .. : ; ;
I COMMITTEEMEN Hr Egmont Castle, NI.: Pugh, to t ull- .
..' Monarch which o'clock to consider and act upon the Ivan Lumber Co I ,
'. .I! tburn oil as'iKa I' report of the joint quarantine investigating Span Enero N'+a. elgado, to Uulf Tran- j It was an unusual: opportunity for u*. It is ago an uiju-ual one for you, 4 ;i- !i
sit toHr [1 for they are \\2a: and lue values of exceptionally !pretty designs and colors. Il' '
;ed between committee. All member KarUwood, lP+>. Brown, to \V H Kt'-I } 1

.nd: will tike herIt !''of both bodies who can possibly do Precinct 12-Touart elected, Ito; ser A CospanliraCla, :It!, Luzarra :a, toM H Hullivan : I Extra Special at lOc yard. or 10 yards for 85c. i i i

a11011 athe so are urged to attend. Tharp. S> ; Sheehan: 74. Kr Inch moor, ::'U Hasp, to Haars A Co tt t l!
!
''ml'IHt'd. I i W. A. BI.OU.NT, Precinct ]: -Reilly elected 1km ; Br Lustleigh.: Baker, toW H Key-er .

t President Chamber of Co '! MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS. MEN'S ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS.j j ,
Commerce.J.
: of several citi- Kent. So; Sweeny. ;9. Ir Lniigbam KM Keatherton. to Jno A' }
R. KEI.LKK Merrill CoAm I.
I IA .
a /s r-per Spottwood, Precinct 14-McJIush elected 139; l't'oslicolll.II..", Leech, to Gulf Transit Every man b iutere-ted HERE for JJ dozen Celebrated ElttS- !
President Young Men's Bu-ines! (0 .
1 IIY", employed j Tobin, h3.Precinct. Br Salopia: :)' Jturgess-, to Ins M we are selling ('STANDARD DOL ,
ron South Alcaniz I.eaue.Everybody; mfeon HOb-j LAIC SHIRTS at !Me beam Drawers, the uc ,
15-Dunham elected. 199! c.er Scotia. I its'!', II ROl'r. totiulf Transit Co .
;
i> l-ii -treetfuttiiiK | Br tsilverdale, 1711, Ball to l' o..al'olll'Lumbt'r kind. There will be no more }
has
a to little ?
right a J
i Wright lOG.Elegant. Co
i iW" &C. '
flu! ; from the place piece of this earth. But they must Nor Hanna, 2171, Christensen, to Gulf I after this lot. '

>>f weeds, which fight for it. They must watch their i j Transit Co Don't ,
I
i { HrTNICkenbailll'113llavratoorder' : mii" this great opportunity. <
HUH of -uakes and i iptcies chance to get it, and get it. china closets I I '
5HIPa. This fs i the lat week. j 37'2'C pair. !
Thos. C. Watson k Co. I I
i: I !
r Attention sideboards and leather- ,
Rut Kndynuon, !>- fellersm, to Baars
have some particularly flue bargains ,
1 ". will 1)04 llunwody&Co
to
given 'to otter just now, and they invite seat chairs at Marston $ Br Kings County. 9"1, Salter to order !
the 1 ] N I > 8 i 24 Pair Heywood's $3.50 Tan Shoes to Close '
n city. | you to come and investigate same. Quina's- Low prices; easy \ ltus Ocean Hsi at Ibsen to L o ;i'
You will never regret having done : BARKS
will paper now ..0. payments., J:11uotralla.. I'!?. Fazerston. ord.r i at $2.60 per pair. i t ,
,
'. Nor Aviemore h.1.! Hansen to orderIt
.01.! : < -hnw'illJ wof -- ---- --- Anna t; Marie, 4M: Xlnto, to KosascoI'.ors 'I .-..., .,.,., -----..... .. . .. ... .. I ;
uMiiiir.: will ht giyell ; Marston i! Cleaning ladies skirts and waist ,I .
$ Quina carry Nor Alexander Lawrence,11:11.! tiaaversenito s ;
.v frf-c Thursday, night j is one of err specialties. !star Laun I ,
; : W H Keyser&Co ,
i' th- well known ,! the largest line ofjnatting, I dry. It BerMgliere. 1"1I, Feeko, tollaars. Dunwody I I W. J. & B. FORBES.i i "
Co
. : !.' r und decorator rugs, window shades, etc., I ----- It Klm>tone,*.<7.1'apuro, to order i ill

in the We NAVAL 81OKKS MA UK hi.1Cported Nor Figaro.lull. Nielsen' to order '
: u building today city. lay our Nor Hugo. "i1. Hanssen borderHus t. f.

I : ut your name I in'' matting free. lUlly for The New 'Ii Rhea :10\\ Nyroostoordernr
I bj rarrtmnrrla'i.toatau.toordrrNor: ( If Y'M 15uy Them at the ISoston !Shoe Ktore. They are Guild '. I I : I.
I i Union Naval StorrgCo.BO8IN. i Sunbeam. H." Andersen to order

.. .. .. ... ... ... ... .. .. .. ... j I It Thomas, *i;{. Lauro to orderi ;
.. .. .. ... ... .
t-\\:4.: : .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ............ ..... I i I! Am Herbert A II. Fuller RI"l TIS.'57.:Nash, to order j ;
P t WW.. ... 530.' 11... .. .. .. 117"1 :1: ;
WU :1 4i ( .. 1 Iii Br sfcoda f;+. Lee to H K L Co I Satisfaction and Service
\ FRESH SHIPMENT OLSMITHFIELD S .. .I.' K .._.. .... 1 :\lE SCIthEP.N. ,
...... .!
M :j' 5 11v; .'< t
Am Hirmarock \1. Peters to .Ino A
I
K .. ... .... ... : : it 1 Si
.... .... ..... ..-. :Merrill Co IIAVI I: .MAIH:
j !
P .# .' .- --!- .--,...... i i i BPIRITRTCBPESTISI i > l't .below 1 j: '1 son firIabt'A-:Co l> rling. Ill, Albany, to Simp- I| II

'. :Mary Sanford.:'', McDonald.toInoA | i iAm I
Merritti Co i iOF Boston Shoe Store .
8 1.1'-. | 4 Shoes I

HAMS... ; ', CLEAKKU: ANU BAILED IrUK YSI Ii I : .

,>4 -Kour 1:, nod one *1 lull somewhere 3ACOLA.STCAHBHIP8.. curt I.Alt. i
I ;
. ,IIHIW., '. II depot and court house.! Upturn I I .

, ."----.'---'.-- -.----" \' tollnotlkv tor reward. It Llansannor niero I'.r r.'". Croton at Rio Ja- '!I| The eye f s.iti-h'ed with the -tyie ant finish ; the foot i i.. satisfied: with the ; i ": .

Portmalete, Ilr.: :!::P'r, Jenkins, at Hamburg ,! perfect fit and absolute comfort ; the pure i U eatUGeJ with a fair J ; 1,
FOn t..tJ.l :
JU5T RECEIVED. - -' ---- {. :\Iayt' BVKhS price for superior shoes that will give letter service : : i

1 L'IIKLI-:-.\ uell-bred rour.yrar-fild Antonio I're.fisld Paiin May 1"f.ico. > I than tho-e purcha-ed ..1.ewhHI'. :
{ P t>a) -tallion. Will Oe on sale at the Pens It slil Table r.itv May i": I : i i1
,cola -tblre for the next two dllY' lij''fSAI.K olive Mount It, std Leitb Jan 12 .
FRESH FLORIDA SYRUP It -. -- --. ---- I II .....,..,.. ----- ..,..". I t '!
-one l-bor-e power toiler
( li"lJR I
: -UKinr and complete wood sow"utII Fliiiill> (oiiiieclion.SlotLcr ;! j !
ui good fondition : ready for u.>*.
= A1dr.* B i cure NKW-: I'I IiN BOSTON SHOE STORE I' :
!'ti
GALLON JUGS, 75cts PER GALLON. I..- --- -- -- .

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t'It1W i' o'rlI..
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\\i: IIAMILI: I 1 i .'f
tlir ; "
captain. ownet !

r! M. F. Gonzalez & Cots Corn Meal g 1" dSI-ITUI-lt fir n..e debts. of will the cootraciNtlTHKK tw Spat.r>.-. Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street. ,. 1'i i iI

ed by the crew ol said vessel.! '

f iI.ISIVIM.V.: : Uk :M H fullivan K 1/ ilnv'.A l'ap'Rinouslgnre 1HK SANTA KOSil'llF \ I Fishiigtackleotallkinds I|I :?i i1M ;i

I: \.It of 'j tl
,,' IJATHIMJnz ES L\ I.I.'f\It: ;NTI and good crab nets at the ; Ir
:
:; i
SOL : thecaptnm.owners r'j'!" in the warm sulf! waters; i* l Willis Hardwaer Cos. ;' .f: I''

CAHN & COo / nor conslgn-esif will be ttieKus1 respooMble ""ipKndymiou '. ,-;;- '-0 I, I""'/ ,.' conceeded to be the finest in the ;;. t
"
!. ) for debts contracted by ; I world. Everything:: forple't-ure with : VIRCINIA COLLEGE IF I I:
f? the crew of saiJ ve.bel -)t1J--, + fety. Good hoard and lod,{in;?, by i
* }

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS, I H Hairs t::.-.nlgne'0. I't rnti-'y laptan: ;HI '........."- .-..Iir'",_,--"" .. the! served day or week.at all hours Luncheon day or promptv night.- i iCHARLES Fur'O'SG oP"O'l1'l"J.t. I"liAIMKS. -... fI,,...H"kp.'a.of the leading. 'I I* i I H! : 1School.

.... H. BrKTox: I i New building for } OUUB Ladj-j In toe JoI utU ,
; piano* ant .
: rncr Palafox and Intendencia Streets. I tgmpro"at ;
Stll H i
: ERtnacaprtn.owarrsnor 2m-tf Manager. Campus ten aerie brand .
I F'y Look out there. Edger- moubtatneene-
.> cnnsuneei of the Has -- -- -- ,i ry la 1'atfei of Vn.. famed for (i.alb, Karopeaa I,, .
bk Australia will be rl".ponlble ton: Haven't I to-J: you to keep away !|I and Aioerraa tt-ac.e: t Kjlloure t
P : : 73. .< k< Pcnsacola, Fla. 1 for debts contracted fro!:' wheelsEJterton > The flne t line of sterling silver Coos-rvatorradv.cua"a A >tu4u" and
bv t_e crew of said veW el zood* and silver novelties i is to be I, Elocution !tudcnt fr'< .11 jity Htatei. t
.'(lGER-TRHS Ir.ut, ma, this is a Cy- For taion'iRddrin i
... .................. ... .. To ma'tr (.'aptaio.lJH wl.-.ei.-CUi.-ago News. i found at J, I. rjtepbens1. Prices to I MAITiK f. JiAKKH, l'rf.ldent,
.. ............ .. .. I please all. Ilouooke, Va.

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY JULY 16, 1902

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GOLD DUST. -_.-...... PRINCESS VHP M. 0 not said to us :.". oit'n (enough the 4 I, ---5--

I actual pleasant things that may b* uttered .
.......
1 1aj with it-rfeit truth.ou can t MISS ROSE OWENS

1 :Let the GOLD DUST: twins do your work." 'THINK i Endorses Lydia E. Pinkham's strew your path with Joy to 'uurst'l: ,

Vegetable t'omjmuiid, After and others by doing: : as you 5:0 little: t No. 720 Seventeenth St., WASHINGTON', D, C

i Follow; Its Ket-urd For a(.t? of kicda.'ss. Hub your eyes oia ,

IOn THESE II Years. See what good you can
.. Think of the handsome points! iu tl.e: hu till side experience with nia: w e w
DEAn MRS! I'IXIiI1.nrTIealth: : is Personal appearauoe of -your sister Vine of Cardui that I had, t''! a: \\ .

I II; THINGS" 1 the preatt"-t !boon: bentuwed: (Ill human clubwomen, of the ('ntj! >. strong and your medicine will be most fats' fiy .
and
II ity LiiTefore anything that can .
rtatore kst health ia Lle!,.nc1 worthy traits in their! characters and popular. About a year ago f T .
: > ..
Old sa>5! t i tat3DtS_ I nailer Ljilia I'inkhaui's'; Vegetable they will re ix>Ld exactly! to your persistent I began to have a worn out Gat 'f :'4' ..j,
tired with! f .
feeling lassitude 0 -: :
Compound thought of them. It Is a posltI'e :
as a
XEWPvrER tri! ws seat ti. blessing to pains ta the back and: head dre-U .tf. .
r rI State and >Uiou. It her think
mothers command that
cure; to us we no
(,.It Itl al. Inl..rnfrow n. which kept increasing every tj our Lapart' .. .
and daughters and
t wut....a wh ? jM draw herrlwT I well and: strong.Practicing makes: them eriL On the contrary "Wbatsueverthings month. I felt that I Deeded ..-L' l 1. L"

fur $U"Uu I and hire 1 are pure whatsoever things are something, but to get the pen4 i \ i i' -
i I lovely and of good report, think on right medicine was the trouN.. RjH UflTU, tent to i Ci': a '
I ;r Nc Sees Eorw. S>ia cr A-ntror.1 is neis: :i with .t honun-d w it.,,ut h.. < ;!M.: n.u'b of a I these things." JANE STORY. ble. I finally decided on !ue3..1.. f. .

I coop taken ui.t d hi-r pale| of locket I f your Vine of Cardui and only needed: to in? 'he a-l nee wiit'_u ws< r :

GOLD DUST coney. The Inh'f.ltw"I1S ly ap BOXERS THREATEN UPRISING. take three bottle when I was fully renrr by the La.i-j' A. .

ointment at 1: o'l'i-i':, The day I covert.:!." :l..-r-t.: ihsj trains was ,'_r -

With ttt-e: wier.d: :ra e.":art jo-j can oem any: I gas n.r" rt Ilol The re: rer was Over Mongolia HEX Miss Rose Owens, who-1 1 f.lnuiUH! 'unng ? *!. .
J Their Are Swarming ..
1 & 2urj ttcut v* to.se c-e-.er easier ana chtiper than olIIf! >ll to walk a eons.derI. i.' .. distance : Agenta has a responsible position in' Wmeof Carlai from !: r ithe .:
waft oen cr any: otrer c.tir.ser O-.ce try it, jwllt.j and Trouble Is Feared. taken this gmt melt-. '
;
Government service i
F.I sJWIJS it aver a t-frnowi icy rid 11 1110'"lcd's at .
i I! St. Petersburg, July 2.-Corrt.'spoa. D. C. decided to \*'y IJf her home. }; : .
teeth She Was hilled throU;;!. It Washington, ,
!lade cr.> t, THE .V K. FAIR5A CCVPANY, Wine of Caraui she male aaunatun, treatment cr: achoice. '
A a wise
was exactly: luncheon! ticn when t'tntl'r [ deuce: of the Associated Press).- try ..
't' Ctxifo. t-tv Yo-, Sosun.: SL ins : essar Ye Lave r-':a'cnrrJ .. .
million! haven
t '!,' fni hod. T'u1"'! t'u. aert .OH'r a women : Roman p
.
\ \\ wa n recrudescence of the boxer mo>* hJ.V'rl" _
r g v.&le-' c! CVAL FAHY SOAP. ? renrelieved female! weakness by this : .
+ j jUrn I ;nol! :"! roe,' it..i.a-'!!.itel!)' u'hill' u .nt | k in Chine ie feared by the Svjet tlcn same Wine cf. Cardui.: It is not a en.-ueitol l ad yjj t.JJ.c.' ,.*_...

v ti...re eh: :::_ tl..IL: I:." wfti',: wi: i! taken n.llJf sufenrgr1Aurut ;
Whichrtfr .1o dm. I is in receirt of private information to strong medicine but !Iabe every .
4 ;' d/st.l; -.d the cir. riponer 1 who had .. ,,' day in the war by any woman with 111*.'). ".n. W. i:
1 There are d-nj-tlc firs burning; In the effect that baler ajents are < arming
I-\ !i.oiir- j :r'!M-V, l ttf rsue coult benefit. It tWs not force results but of Cameron J! wri*' .
Hn;:land t...!:!> w1ddl! i h.txe never L..-( n over Mongolia. The mats of thi of the ** '
rrects derangements menstrual I suf'ered! terribly! at man!!- t't.
out for butiUn.,K hwir.di! ..' popu.aton is Ic sympathy with thaOOXLIS
uj" in < organs.; )It strengthens the nervous ( for three! years. I v'ouscml'! i

jt'3fc.t t :1e iPRIyrE" while the Lan.aites are in syc- system, gives tone to the bodily f JIK- seven months with i 00 f1-Jw! 01' ; .. '.

,. .\ tbe Qld! fJ'-lIrI.1! : I farmh"uuer 1:1 I riliwlt'.1, path with Kurs.a Rumors are in don, acts dirtily on tLe reuita..; I have my health; back agar : _

tin iltlet if \'Q'I.1111"t.| t fgk i .M ..ro,: L" tllrf'r ere: illation in Mongolia that the Lamaitea organ;, an 5 is the .nt't t. me f tr *- expecting to be confined 10 '.- .

't nrwtl. The flwl I Is ,1.tIH" fr"in "'' .' br' isS 1 I .!' fifteen rears;" i have noted thee will petition: the Russian government men known U tLd science cf n.edicine. I j cannot praise your medicite: er fc

1.)1'*. anti "t.M .,,f it .ink--:'t 1 I.., till ; y *. \ nr \5.'-!-..ta iti impound inc to extend its prote tion u,

) Lraters ta.r: "Tllk :,I-. .' 'i-' -h,', ...: UIM.MM' tlf nouien. A :
Tbf.OU1l1Q' r.ul1.t 'oil .- :..... d! f. r i Hiiuw: if uot.i.n: superior foror them Mongolia remained IIU-: t WINE CARD VI tL.\\ < :r ,
throughout the recent boxer insurre
Its '. -."- an tr niUt.: 1'rrf'1m..ss, and it
"vinllein take. wl.: -r.' tri
i peyented hundn.us of Banemus tion in China.Newspapers.
; '. ,' from huh baked in <|D:uiit p,: i I"s MI*
'rat.ons where physicians claimeda here report that an
I !/I, P4'nded lour the peat fii' 's. 1 .,, chance well
the to
only god English! number of parliament: ani. the
I ,rt Tbw fires nr- kept ;' r:1_' frii 1 -.U'ID; and indittrimatlon, of the Moscow Mamontoft.: have se. THE NEW GROCERY STORE.WILL
.
r q li :P'ratjnn t.. gett.'ratinl. :aL!"I i t!!.: x..u } I i w i.a-. been cured in two or three
f ;.. :trois !hn..;...!''f at thf Lire wh-: li! warm t it Ill we 'A- t .ivn'a: its u-e, and as I fnJ it cured a (concession to build a railway - -- -- -,

a 1 Ids sir,- mid his ..ranrts'ntml! U.s ; 1. r ,1 i Jt pure .:} an tarsal remedy. I unhesitat- from Tashkent to Tomsk This line.

'1! '{j }raiitltiin:- <.r<' .it'J whub w .U warm 1. > in r.\e :t m> highest end.rsement.s which will! be 2.0uO vertsta (about 1.30).1 MOVER
/r :! I'R.' 1*. ViEuyt. mile in las
lAId/ t'in and h." -nn's son t raterniillj yours *) length long been projected
'
r Lans'n' )h h.' -$5000 fjrfeit if a/)ore tnt as a connecting! : link! betweenthe
: There Is a tre at Castleton in the Keeps
a Complete First-Class
1 irimau is rot genuine.If Up-to-Date Stockof
Central Asian and the Siberian ,
: WLltby di-trie-t. wbirb lias Iwn burn
ll ill do not Jig itat to
t ; In?: for o\' -r 2" jwirs. lh record I II pet a HIll bottle are of Lydia K Pink- rallwaji! It would divert West Siberian Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No .

probably is held ,l.j a fjrmbouse at Osnothirby I Compound at grain from European Russia! to
liam's Vegetable
30 W. Covernment
S t iu the cone . '.nk- the 'otton.&rOWIIl district in Turke St., Salisbury Block

y h fire has Lien\ t>urnui'; fur :5": *) yean, ham at Lynn, 3Ia s. for special stan. The reports state that the government TULhPHO.NK: .TJ7

t'ii and tLtre- are rn onls to show that it II advice; it is entirely free. will guarantee the capital l - ---- .

Las not In-vn out during the last 3..}) I necessary to the extent of t;:3 per cent.

'L" A J 'Nsral. The matter does not however, appear ICE AND WOOD.

M I fr,...'t; re.tl..s. me ;great movement to have advanced beyond the stage:

(uoM lot Pan the rianilnallon. .n )1';; c \i:i7t>d nations to di-uCe: diff of confidential negotiations! WE
EXPECT TO SUPPLY
t: A MUCH LARGER TRADE
.\ K ut!,,-ra "uun j iN-aks with pride .urges by international arbitration

'i' of the njji'iy j.trs of faithful, loving .' .ttrfiicvs instead of by arms; and Morgan's Latest Gift THIS -MMER THAN EVE i Eft RESEND

pffTlce reU'lirfl by her
t Not only I is "Aunt ('aline"i w .>.ri.1. Hut international harmony Morgan has sent to the: American :Ma US YOUR ORDERS NCI/tf.

uln...l for her i-xec-utue ability! but 11 UM take its rut in harmony in the' scum of Xaaral History in this! city

ti!I her Ju.hu.t'llt !i, NO wise in most cases I ::'duklurl) family. Each }oun; wornfi two of the moat magnificent; sapphires Thompson Olsen &: Co.
,
that her iuistnhas MIIHJ! to d.iKndtTfitly that from household!
:I or m.an goes a
In world.
the says The Time, Theyare
upon Ltr opinion in (certain ttVjso t'lt'iubersui always pol-to!:
Manresa]
to he added to the collection do Street, Tele? hone J4 7.
tuutttrs! Ln uious Iud thcuinUes
I t ''j IrE LIFTS Eli HAT TO HIS SISTER I : kindly anioiij nat'd by him to the institution Thiscof.ction :
"
!)<) you think James woull! I* a will go out as the apostle of
t. reach her home without much : which is considered anion;:
, cart man fur us to take up Into the so as I peace and! frond will: to the great world. ESTABLISHED 1S63.

tt nioiiRtaiiia with! u" tins MlmUH'r.uut the tender of a cup cf tea or even a : rt! L:' trni"ed.! polished courtesy that diSt ; the finest exiting, was gathered for ---- -

l' 'f 1 .t'une'd' she ,isk il one day, nfernndto ; wafer biscuit. :ii?; -u'shea: tie: hi.-h bred i'trson from exhibition at the Paris expoitlon. after -
; McKENZIE
1 t To the eud of her days the girl w riter : which it was bought by :Mr Morgan OERTING & CO.
to a LItIl..Ia.- jtinj Urky who hadIrttn te! I l-ojr takes its rise in habitual kindS ,
l i I. will Lave dislike cf the at great coat. The two latest
: 11 for MI wtiks in her employ.Ann a ungracious U tN.httulnfss cf others. Lately I o tlU.LZJi.8- 0
. 4 (VHi" fo1 l.iisl her arts and as5tr millionaire W WIID. I 1.. .irj a woman noted for her high bred additions are described as a star sa;,

: .' t' pniiMil her t:. .,t Judicial! a<{".ct. ")!ls!'y The tame girl was sent to get a : laant.er and bearing say to another: phire probably! the largest; in th! Ship Chandlery and General Hardware

,ft.: 't Kab." fcla- sti-1 iirinly, "1 d'jne watch sketch of another lady a woman far I Not ore of my family would say an world and a yellow! sapphire! ,

i- ; .r lttt boy <-I,,T %!!I.... h. come lijt-r. an' I more brilliant: and distinguished than I unkind or impolite thing; to me. nor nos AND 003 S. FALAKJX STltEt'IAGENOY

;I. I done tost h'ni \\ h'i I te'b'I him in the Impolite cilliunaire'! The girl I would I to ore of tLiia:: ." That Sea Serpent Story. -.

". il .If -priiu: lot,1' I fount out'r ri wrote the sketch as she did evcrjthmel ;; "There Nn't one of family whovi'Uldn't Xew York July 15.-Stones that hs: -------- -

1. the \\jtt-t she could and she herself I my the Wacouta had REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLI G'S !HONH'
I" i: iat wh"ult i- ':1'''' t' liftin' fiat boy wai wiy Imlo)lite and unkind party on yacht 'r; COM
tI iI'I GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A, RU ftEL bON'S
. f. t all take lioi.l! .iu' II1, hty little ruis.>. thought it was really: not so bad. : thins: : to Put" answered the other countered a 2fm-foot sea serpent o3 PCMPn

;:' I Missy K it.-. in' .\at'.. a ire sign! ob! When it was printed, she sent copies I !but
I (cbaractir in 'imilons"! to the brilliant: and distinguished: of James mi:!
.: k. I iI :: SUb-I riadt. ul\; remarks to them. great amusement to J. LOGS, KTU.
I -- -- -- ject of It. Immediately there The boy; who is trained to or i president of the Great Northern Rai
I open C. McKenzie OertmColleetia. Agent for Ba Pilots _
Curie Cancer Blood Poison ; Benevolent A )
Eating back a gracious! letter written in that .
iII i- shut! a door for his own sister when road company and the Northern SecuIty elation.
: ; Sores, lllceri, Costs Nothing to Try. !
'
p i i admirable! Kngli-h: well! bred
persons
I.. tie enters or leatcs a room to lit herIrecele company, who hall just rtturneJfrorp .
i Blood j"'ia and deadly: cancer' know bow t<. u"e, thanking: the girl sin- I 1 him whtreier they cannot a month's fUhinif trip in northern

I I f He the w. r-t tiid lu.)-t d""p..tatedbli purely fur her -tory and asking her to walk side by side to raise his hat to waters While Mr Hill rnaintalnei! a The Star

,i Ii1! I .od di'f-rnu f>eirtli j .-t the Iiioint an evening when she could : htr when he meets her on the strut, discreet: silence: his friends on the trip; Laundry

't >i.ie't to curt- w irn H'I1.llIic. Hlood dine with the lady. The girl bad uc.t'i will ue\er be discourteous or brutal to explained the serpent PISOcQ liy :sating ,

r I. Kaltn i M u-f-d If you hive Moo"1 tune to go and could only send rf::l't'ts. I women when he bicoiues a man. The : "(It wan't as bad as that at aa.;
but to the day of her death this second I Biggest Busiest Best!
whjse
girt mother lines her ia.h
lS ,>ni-on. :''r..JIIl'! ule r<. b" ne pain*, discii time on the trip. ,
I "' Ull.n'iII bate n warm friend and i jneRpaprr
: :!'d'.ood! to abide Lj the Gulden Ilule!
,'iuiplenuuu.'in pitch ,, fjllmj
J s ;; -- -- -
ad\e uite. I will Hover in after lifo U rude, deceitful $3.000.000 Ccmb-ne

,,., hair, Itching; --crofulj.olJ rhtu- The second woman made a faithful or prabbiiio'ly} 6cl: :sh toward a sister New York. July 15.-It Is announce ,? : An Evcninir: Call
mati+m or "I-H-IVP form of Cb t Hrl.. frltnd! fur life simi-ly throuh: observance i wouan.After on
here a Worcester Ma-. specialto \i.
!root; and -cal.-. den.ily cancer, fltI ; of the: small and kindly! courtesies: jople die and kind words says A:
I orfp'teful The Times that a $'..")ofIln' hoc : ;. .. .. Your Swell Fririi I l'1sA
IIJg, bleedln;. f..*teruturea: : '. :well1 of common ltein which she had been ones ore all the same to them 1' /' -.t" .......,
.
and lumber combine has been formewith ,
a r t
I 1 1.':4, Ia np; ... riB'-i-tpnt wart: or ore, i trained. The other thioivb; Ignorance; i immediately} their acquaintances scour box shops and lumbera-<1= cattered J. .: ." 'dW t 1 f.d Will be Wu .
i t.i'iS: liotautc 1U<.('rL:*_ ill bred snobbishness the earth to CuJ praises to round con- _-..... I' j.Sty t
throneh the N>w' Kr.eland tat." I -:v-d, if yu are wl! J
; :a:
It will cure veuthew"rtcarafterrverythiel tr.riHMl hfr-elf < !
agiunct rmanentyone
|lo cernfnc them l how noble they were, '
failJ'. H. B. liraiu- 1! It ia to lie, known as ti. Colonial Box \ i ,!hr. ."d ,
-* whose- good will would: hate been j bow gifted and useful, when perhaps L BiSWa1 WA at. J v-ourln.eii t iir.ihi. .
i v\ thtll''I''nll nut of the .. ...tPm amt the well! worth having. Human nature is'' and lumber company' and will! has'
1 those who are gone actually pined, to A WOEiSh f '
bl"oij. tllt'liI'r..\' -orn hnjU. tlukilr HUM !Ii the same in a tiewsjiat'Or gIrl! asia : its headquarters in New York. hiRF!" fel r !
:' I I tnto blood! ;'intiul! I rich, and buldi ; i, t !>fcau-e of lack of that synpa ---- -- ,'w t,- tu,Pis a ""n'- we:1.i 1. I
b.'r millionaire': sifter.\ And women : !1 klsE-W I S
,
fff i InK up the br--ii-J'twn b" iv.. )II.>- : t'y at.J upi>r> oiat.on that were with Southern Making Improvements. ftH Ei : ,: ': :,e- by the coLditi, ".. f : .
r I tanic Blo..d Maim P. I K }'.. : thur- reporters no more: than Men In the.rprofosxion !i-lil J'M a little t"x> lung Th.-re !it a Kal"gh.! July 15.-The Southern ; .d r. .
I h'jM into hr
,,;':'hly -t-il f-.r :.tti y".ir-. 1)rutnit' hate things: too easy andI'.tvfcai.t |. i .at, in t: ? 4 J V 7 .i-.rf J Wit:: bP'lUtwt. :. .
.
: 11 1 I Itr l h'ittle. 'lri.il eir ezprrieuces.Tire f .
-torr" per ;e : tirt" tt i;1 a i.trsou to lis face of hlsgN"1 !, !lit between Stat sville! and A-h>" > \ .
t. ,I i treatment fr-f l by wntjf z ISi'toJ old wirld is surely: sweeping? on .;uai'tips or good looks. Away ville For nearly a a large for o i a..JS v ss.. ) J liar-and cut? i.are in-,-:' :
year .
t I I' Burn Cu., .Atlanta (ies. Describe toward the h':'.t1i.r.: render: d.I,. Keel with such wicked cALL:..,, :ir.p. .. _. I at eMur! Ltuuary.
trouble I and free iii.-licil advice ghastly, teaolurij: of rontra.tor's laborers has I>P<-n ..t ...

'\ { I : given nntlll'lIr.'J. I I' H.I I H. dx';; not ('i''II tl.;- opt, a1"1 1 take it to ai'vihus i \\ !nfpr 1"'lIl1"'' pl'n"ant tliirjs: n reActs work. last year at
L '. ,i loutiin tniu...r.kl ;p..l-. n- or niTcuryi !tin. fr intone tI.aJ.-r i and gtt- I Immediately. flood! this improvement began N.-v WORK C. 0. D. G cds C2ltl! f fur end D lrerd: '
.
"I all nialH t 'itl--d retll-du- do" and rostly bridges and a gr"atl"improved
:i ..\ of Cl.alll"'l'laI.D1a'h! : : aLl (' ; !'s sometimes trouble-
"f Porn ]Hm are '
cum.1 In- more
I but i" ;itnc
f : crdient-. i..r .,r.altt-UUtouitl I- uf I L'1' TahVT! : t..,-t pity, Tt:-} c t.>. in summer than In winter, it's roadbed with some taking out TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.

+ curl l hy t.ikh.j I KOUHIC Blued! Balm al 1..o lortKt i1!.3I,:leer d t'i- stomach raril to keep from adding to them of ciir\ts. are features

i t. ,, It. 15. !]. I'I.tr _: tune. I \; !.'It! : tooling c2 after exercise.. One WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager.
Ii' : I ] ?l.L'ae: ; Cough Cure cures at once. Woman Shot from Ambush.
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. Cn iST aSli.: '
'l'' CABTOn..A. .\ ;, t. ;'v safe Acts Immediately. CasP\ K> July! 1.;;.-While: row.

i .1.!I, I i 2.ars It. l' h "d1:11H1.1IehidraR J : BUrt Krd Y:. h1d A "liSB 3y S ; >. i '.'e fir coughs colds croup, ins! on the Ohio ricer opposite! Pcho- TIME TABLE.

t l : SrU'IIn- $ -l7- rLta ... r ar ai'I lur.? roubles. Hargis'p choh mines with several friends a few

; t t : t .: u'( : .n. a> .. J.,',u Sheppard: and Sidney milf-3 below this place yesterday Mr LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD
o .
-- Ku L IN EFFECT DECEMBER
IIIIJi
1. i I I t'Jlly.II.\ ttenrrr* Kijlil; Away Samuel Sturgis the wife of Captan

# 't I ;, lid n IcsauaufCUaauJw.Ls --- Sturgis. a well known: mine operator New Orleans and Mobile.
L L't '
., : : of Union COUItai shot and killed -- -- -
f"' !. LAW DEPARTMENT \0 e. i ,o.'. So.%. i ico.a. > '
who :
i Seasonable household by an unknown person CrM from 0 I
E 1:15 a UI m 11a II Lean. P"nucola ._.Arrln ; : .u I 4 n. .
t I! the bank: of the rier.0 arrests have : :!s'a I :1:7: p I4: I Lave_... t 10IDIIOII.. Leave r.n a .i) II II -" p
I : and kitchen utensils at the -OF- been maJfI -. I1.OJ} a 4: p 2:5.) a Leave" 3tubiie Leave 1::3' n't 1_ :e D D
I .. .__ 'P;:-'ip 71: a LFavP New DrlPanq LPase''' -
_.. rnp_' :._ I
'!' ]\\'illisHardware Co.'s.The .
E.
John B. Stetson North.
"t' -- -5t University
N} t I, When Other Medicines Have Failed ,
I
,t ; : I'' : man who own hU own home Take Foley's Kidney Cure. It has ;
\ I' t Do Unucl r"loi-ici I I \o. %. o. e. So. I
ir. ures. himself a ain-- I- trouble and worry. Nobody can JOHN F. FOIUIKS IMi. !>., (1rf''IIIf'nt.L I-HT: J, FAHUAH, LU B. Dean appointed. Sold by W. A D'Akta- fIn am eat\ ; pm Arrive Montgomery _Leave 11:1 I m w : II :II

raise hi4. rent, and the rent day ha* rail Tt-riu CNniiiiu-iKe-.lin'-il.i> October 1 lW.i. berte 121 South Palafox street. i i i,! 1I:5am iOOpm 8:11)1 lIlOipm m 'I'Arrlve.Bnmiagbam..Leaye Arrire..ashrIIIe: .. .Lun .33lm '.1 po

no terrors. for him Itf'.t..y to own %:$) I m 1:15 a m Arrive .... foalnUI" .... L..ave 8:15
; home ThO8. TWO EARS'tOrRKThe! Law partm"nlofJoln B stetson; University gives 1Oam Ii5a am Arrive..Cincinnati..Leave p m r. I"
A uow-a-day C. : ,
1 I .. I Seal
m
a tt+oar'coim*. leading to the d ;re* ot LL. B p lI.ipM
: .
I 1II! 1O Arrive. tit Lout ,
Watson & Co. can: tell you how DEGREE Al Mir To THE \k-Tbe d.plornaoJ the Law Department of John B. There's lots of money to be made ,, a m pm .Leave 14ts i' m to a pm _

1 easy it iCall and see them. Stetioa t'nmvPrarty Rjinlt to tbe Bar: In real estate-lots of it. A real estate -, PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
FURTHER 1SXOKMATION the Law-\r.nouncement: of
i-j.and aU otber
1 ft ri sir liatoroiationre ALBERT Law Depatment.aiiress de- sign i is usually a finzer-board to..i! No. 1-DaU1 No. 1-1JIHI o stop where lime not sbown : So. l-1JalJ' So, r- ea.-.1
J. FARRAH Lean of Law: Department: wealth. Thos. C. Watson & -
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H' IIDNEY DISEASES De Land. Fla. Co., the leadingReal: Estate firm 11 ;:)$ p m 1;')) I m jLun. Peaeactua..Arrtye II:50 II m ; p m
r.ohema. ..... I
l2:5:
; night "
have offers 1:13"I" S 11Ir.: s ?!
which
1 some it would
H-i i *-i a H HM M. H. HH.M B HVMMHB _M |K It:') : .. .. Ynlestrl ........ 10JI4" .
lt / --- I be worth your while consider. Go I'I M 1:11" __.....1acamba. ..._. lQ3'l" ft; o'
I 'i" 15": .. ._ Molat ._.._ "
) and see them to-day, and don't wait 141 : lJ:2" 4s
tit art the owct fatal W all dlr.t Tulane University of Louisiana. ; till to-morrow. 1N" 1'3; _. ._ Harp ..__ ._ 10: 1" :' .4
i,1
I h'a) f as to _......Gt Ct1.._ UIS" i _-
I -- --- 14..501 to 75 __.__ llItOIl... __ lQlJ"
wu.FOLEY'S. Noon' OrlOAns.I Marston fy Quina are sole 1s) 1m. ... Of _....600'1 Ralitl _.. 6 4 '::
1:56": 9 15" _u.__ Haiti... iJ5" .. ..;
MONEY OOZE b s iq I agents for the celebrated I:') e *J" __..olll1gall __._ 11.1) 4 ..
Ii" 8\Ij" ......_CreltYl ._ 8:11" .
I EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LL.D., President Odorless refrigerators, 1:1) 8.M" .". ..-..-Deer Land. _- 8:56" P'of a
I i 1:13": 8:13" __ MOtt' Head @:.) K .
, I absolutely guaranteed or a'iJS" 8.s.'i"; ..Dd'rutllltHprIIlIL" !I.U" ,
I 9 I full Courses Laaguaes,8ztence4.Eamneeriag. Law. Med.clne. Pharmacy! Art. .;11" 8:.. _._. Argyle .._ 7H: If t."
or mousy rcfundtd. CoRfcawdlM talftt Seven separate Departmentsuteen Baild.ng Extensive Libraries Laboratories money refunded. .:to) 8:61' .. .Ponce de Leoll.- T'Jr1 :: .
.t aad Workshops. IpiCndld: Department tor Women the Newcomb College. 6:')) lQ:10' _.Wut.l1Ie.__ f:11" -:
1 ,rtcofniw by to* Tulane makes leaden In all vocations lit acuities for Instruction are unsurpassed I 6.ti.: 1.15'; .. Caryvl1le_ fU" a..
I in tbe South. Eubty-six/ ; Instructors; and lt&:! students last ies ion. Many ctiolar 1il3" lQ:1. _Bonlt.,_ ';56" I 1.
t vat phrsidAni u tha bat h* in the academic department open to Louisiana boys. Expense: o( scholarsbip student hlps PARKER'SI 8::)) 10:41" __._._.'lIlple1 _. 5f: ; .
1175or session. Board and lodging in dormitories at low rates. Opportunities _HAIR BALSAM 4s> 11m"; ...Cottoodlle..._ ':11" L 9+ sass
Kldoty and BauUtf troublu I academic students for self-belp. In tbe Academic!Colleges no boy, it properly ""'- tad IwutirM tit* !hz.rnooui 7'J) 11:15" ,....Marllnna __._. II ergo is '
prepared I t luv-.aDt frowti. T:5) I145 If ...._ ._ SID
will be
for college work turned 1101trom inability to pay tuition. Sen session begins B.._ Tail Cypreu. 5:41 114
L; i na Aa W.Ant October HI. Send for Catalogue. HUT to iu to Toothful Bxtor Caior.Gray 7t. If 11: t If.. Orlod Rldge_ 5i52 II
W. A. D'ALEMBEBTE. Address I Can--p d._a oar ta.eg, 7$1i" 12:05 noon ._ daeads 5 I" j.
ll R.K.BRtFFSecretarr. '-to.,1'.It!.t tma Ia" UU" ArrftWTnhnelOIlLean 11J" 4

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18. 1302.

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P sfnce the gold discoveries In' California. .f i :
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Digests I TOO[ 8i A @ 1 Perhaps the stranger is one of i r I,

those men who have suddenly mademODl'1 i I.'I I.' I II

Kodol what you : $1 TI GAUF@B In the mines. Who are you, ;

I senor?" I
h 'I j
Eat j jI The stranger pulled off a wig and l i' I '
I [Original] beard. "I am Juan Estrella. he said. 1 ., it I

In Si3: a Mexican family lived near ThE're're' suppressed expressionsof I !r. 1. j

Dyspepsia Cure I what is now Los Angeles: CaL Don wonder among the guests, and Donna ;. .;, f! i'

Miguel Caro. the father was a descendant Maria trembled."I I,I

cry makes a mistake and the preparation which duplicates I of one of the conquerors who did not know what I should find If I I. I'I

ai uf fail. Kodol}'>ptpsia Cure never fails because it di- married Aztecs and remained in the !here" continued Juan looking at Ma for Infants and Children. !, 1.

.. 'I' d ry cature's own process. Its affect is equally prompt ria. "Therefore I preferred not to be ... .
.'. ,nai and chronic cases c',f indigestion, dyspepsia and stomach country. lIe had one daughter: a girl known till I should discover what had Tile Rind You JIne.11t'ay Bought has borne the signature s j : I I';
attractive that she had suitors i
bO
evi ry kind. It digests what you eat while the stomach rests. many occurred in my absence. If your daughter !- of C1ta-.. If. Fletcher, and has been made under his i t i :
\ t. ;,1 is necessary. Eat all the good food you want. "We bl'ee : but there was an attachment from is unmarried +
and I
still inclined ion o
you are personal >' uper\i for over 30 't'u..nO\ no ono II
childhood between her and Juan ) '
Cure for
-,: Kudol II ysjpsia the past two years and have also young ;
., w rate: Bowman &: Sons, of Valley Furnace, W. Ya.. "and never Estrella which kept her from being Interested to marry her to the wealthiest! to derehc you in this. Counterfeits Imitations and : :1 .i r t
suitor. I
: a failure. We are so confident of its merits that we sell every In any one else. When Don am ready" to show my hand "Just-a:. *.)()(I" are but Experiments, and endanger the l: I.1
with
,. .. uudcr our r.ersonalluuantett: Kodol Dyspepsia Cure never fails. the others. health of Children
t f: Miguel realized that his daughter had -Eiperience against Kxperimeut. : :J
Juan 1 !
l indeed
was one of the
All Stomach become a woman and her heart was !Irrevocably gold
Cures Troubles.
kings; who sprang up at the time :
so The Kind You ;
given! to Juan he was beside Have'Always Bought 1 f!
f r IVTVitt! & ('0., Chicago. The tl.bott'.e conuipoivj times the 5M. slzf.r himself! with anger; for pjan was suddenly in California and was worth !

V. "*-- from biliousness orconthpatlon.use the famous little liver without fortune and were others many times the sum he gave to the Bears the Signature of < ; t ';

., .\ .is DeWitt's Little EARLY RISERS. They never gripe.j th'rt poor' for the privilege of dancing with 'I' .t. h,
of means. who would gla. marry the his sweetheart. The : J'
charity ball was .
s.neppard.Hargis'; ; Pharmacy Sidney Kahn. lovely Donna: Maria. Don Miguel forbade turned into the celebration cf a be- '- i. 1\\

Juan the house. The boy upon trothal. I
- -- ---- ---- his promise not to attempt to see Maria Ii Ii'I
I ARTHUR IIUXTIXGTON.An .
e. BERNIANS AT DENVER. : BLOW THAT KILLED FATHER II again was permitted to bid her adieu."I ... ""J

I am going away Maria," he said Idol Ulih Diamond Eyes. } 1.;

National Convention of An- \\lirn Jerry Mule (...It n.ill. Ihr Oil I "since I cannot live near you and not It is a curious fact and one scarcely In Use For Over 30 Yearsfiisl ;; ,, 'r'

ft---- Man Died of Vliunie.Henry 1 see you." known outside of Russia= and there ".r u...u.. co..... 'f'f .u.... Starr, ....0". .
:t.t t' Order Meets. hailer wa !less elevated : "Go, Juan make a fortune and come hardly Her Mentioned, that! the fa I I ;I i:
15-With a parade and =
; than a hole iu the ground. back. I will wait! for you." moor Orloflf! diamond was once the : I : 'T
. -
> gh mass the biennial nat -
: IlDtMei'M fam'tc utnsiste'l l of dos; "There are no fortunes to be madeon rigLt eye of the great idol l S-Tringaam Woman I If
: f.oa: of the Ancient Order Every
: chit: l"lI and wnes-two \\i\e... :Sirs..leUyll this coa t." he said "and I am go- In the temple <.f Hrahma. This precious I I it i-

d" began this! morning IloJder and Mrs. Hyde Ilod- lug; northward where the country is ;gem was sto!:4 n at about the beginning i"l Utnltrt at*Td.i aid know. !'
ij ,.a,, a Hie we MlerfidM : I ;
ij.Iml ij.
SOIl in 1
./t'es. tearly cum- lI'r. It wag eoiniuon khon :Uslne: that new and there is still: less chance. Nevertheless : of the eighteenth: century by a ,, '' ;) -.j at Coliseum hall at 1ft( the three Uundrrd I atnl Trench s JIoUt'rto! !had made ? ; It*arw LIi.JUtr4R Injff.
<>u s-isty-s-iMh should I ever be able to give a pretense (K .( Hstal.. J .. I
morning, aId headed by day or't'r) other leap year the ladygive you a !home I will! come back, and it of beinj converted to the Hindoo l.lka.\ -It,.i. ,, .' .
.. and < L+uu I
-alera In-
I =ortl'n
:fhed to Sacred Heart t
::; an accurate performance: as Mrs. you are not married""I religion; ia order to ;cain the confidenceof .. t
M1r tit
rasa way celebrated by Dr. .r d HoJder.The the and admission: the & :rNr. ,.InnY,,,
kyll shall not be married. said the priests to Chinese and JapaneseFancy 11' 'lInl'l i, tI" i' It
.1I.'! a sermon preachei dui- ant children! of the familyw temple. The Frenchman first sold the I !* \H\tt. ,..,.1'1'[110 I \
> pirl..vhe was young; and full of hojte. i aurrLurcel t !tv>n : Uarr> The delegates j i diamond for l /H). t.+'k ....... tit R sea ,
not easily distinguishable.! Thetruant On tIe nest turnit Goods
All things; looked ll sohle: to her. I h..rln aer<<.,,.1.11'1''r' l.<,. ;
.. : ;u Coliseum hall, where otfir had daliculty; : in picking; Afur Juan's departure INn Miguel was bought; by a banker i.f Tunstantiiicple I u. ,.(,.10 .,a.... t1.MIHSa4l0... ., .,, .s I I

u of the convention wa, out the children! for KcLonl attendance.HoJder endeavored to persuade his d.iuzhttr f..r t1.IITbt': banker kept it FINE CHINA TEAS, i: lloom 82 c Times I\ldi.. :New Yort.NOT1CK. d! t tI

had the arti-tic temi ranuntiHculiar to select a hu>i>aud from among; btr until 1774 :ind then sold It t" th- Uus !I 31 South Palafox St. I'I 4

:. !Donleaty presided an3t to wife \dealers and tlog lrm.id- I more well to do !suitors, but. she reso-' ian empress for {:"I.fUI and a !lift pen Laundry Office. Pensacola Fla I : {. I II

"'. aUdrss of w(>lcom ers. lIe was. a vanity of dijvd whose declined. sion. The rem has been in th,- Russian I I t I
luttly !
authorized to take i
I have been
j
.': sp'-ethes were by G.r ear was suotlw-d dy steam i>:p<'S that i In some 'way she managed to put royal family CUT sii v. Ait is n w j

Wright! and C. J. crackle Class: sf-rapeil on stone was them off! fur the years. Then a stranger set in the imperial strptirif, Russia! it ANTAL-MDY. =ub-'criptions for Win. Jennings '1 .!'

..fit. Responses: music: .) him. The howling: of a cur Don remand Cia\'eraro. came presents a flattened r(,s, ut surface !, Cry.1upal'' (>r. "The Commoner. j
I ,
i'.d: >nt John T. Ir- was his i.1.of a lulal: ;)'. Mendel: I up from Mexico to buy land. lIe was and weighs; exactly 19J: j c.irtts. ThPge tiny Capsules superior The price i j.. '1.(10 per year in ad- f i

:V :.t Jamei E. Dolan sohn's'prin. i oi;;" would have hurt reported to beery rifh. lIe was fifty I I to Balsam ,ojf C''paiba. I vance. Those de I and ; Injecti. :rj.: I'I'Cdlf'lA"J
his fwlin ". He folded: his hanls I "anlt Tickled.Darin DY
:: ;n years old and unattractive, but Le proposed 'can have it ent to tl.em by seeding < iI
i :..lentials was an-- jHTfext v'-ace and sank happily to fr Donna Maria.Ikia ; the early excesses of the They curein 48 hours tie i J 1-00 to the undersigned.;:: iII

met taken uttil! i sleep when his dt_s cried and his: children I. Mijui-l was a great lover cf French revolution: a rabble of men ',;..1 Ute. I'etae. or:Itht' t toy\nCIIIl H. Jl. .x-HE, i'i'I j';
Ju the of ', ins JI tl' "f iCGiSTS; I News i
?. n ot respect torE I yeliioj] and his wife swore Spanish traditions. Re had borrowed a women wore rioting streets tufi Care Daily 1 ;
Among the offspring of the Hodder: I'aris. Lafayette appeared and ordered x
;' ehan, of ChiT custom from Granada and imitated it !{
I
was a l> named JernJ<'Tr\ waai a young nrtlllery officer! to open fire
oy In the new world. Every year he gave 'I'
?, upon them with two cannon. Tile!: of- THE GARDEN SECTION t i IIi.
the youngest (-iiM! except: one puppy. a ball to which all: the letter classes! !

lIe had a [i" -r .. ; .ire Lower Prices. ') first to persuade them to withdraw."It : !
In; as that of an infant rattlesnake. !invited. It was for the purposeof o-C3I*-o
;
: I 15; -A moveidr.ie a
I'j-y is unless '
to appeal to their rea
.\ Jerry grew up crime was his general -II IIs charity. One of the ways of making Ii
i' a co-opera- said the .
general."tYrtalafy
joy and arson his particular pas money for the poor was this! : The son. Pen saoola Florida
-v.f hatters gaits'rdasbers "answered ,
the officer.
time. When his education was more privilege! of dancine with any lady:
,'- of the "a n.1 it Is not to their but to '
advanced, he stole some money successfully could be obtained only by the man reason Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
,
,'..,1 :s to their! vanity I would nrl' : and cot into society. who would pay the highest price for :
r'ties Tile officer role to the front of the I"
inclu't"I
j
:
I father had borne up "
Jerry's patientlywith Don
the honor. \t the bat! given by
i doffed his cocked
moli bat pointed to
him all the year, with unmoxedequanimity Miguel in the winter of IVil there was Beautiful Lots for Sale. '
'._ 251sew : the and said ;
OlD July guns :
had bailed him out whenever more spirited bidding for a dance with

.:\ YOrk c ttl'CU"OIl:: iured.: But shortly Donna Maria than any other lady. ". ; >ntIt-men! will have the kindness to 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each according '
,
retire, for I ordered to shoot down
' I am
mploylng!
after Jerry entered society! the sadeyed ; Clavergaro soon outstripped all other I'
j the rabbi" to location and surroundings. I'
.. ure lowamount- dark route angel; with sable: bidders, offering:; 5"0 Spanish dollars, .
I The street cleared at for '
once
: -." I win! ;? visited the Hodder home. J and was about to lead the girl forth was
couM brook the Idea of heirs, Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Beautiful View i !
r'l none ; ,
Hentl-r-
: ry had Nt-n arrested for stealing! : when a voice from behind the crowd
classed with the scum of the city. Fertile Lands. 1 ;
head High Dry .
';' i balls.: When Henry Holder learned cried: o ,

thin, he Iron.tlylil'o.l, : with a broken "I bid a thousand dollars" pOisoning the System.It ;
fcenrr. Tbe shuck wns too great It All turned to st-e who was the new The grandest opportunity for investment ever ; ,

.,' .. ; 1 was the first thin! ; that ever had really bidder and a man with grizzly gray is through the bowels thaL the : .
\ 'I' jarred him-the blow that killed fa- hair and beard stepped forward. No 'I body is cleansed of impurities C. n- cffered in Pensacola. 1;
stipation keeps these poisons in t-! '
:. thcr.I'uck.Trnn.ferener. one seemed to know tIm! and Don
I system, causing headache, ii\illu s>s Home Seekers Should See These Lots. :
his
Iiul'loll.l'red at presumptionin _
: has .. ; anti melancholia at first thui in I
itv. of Impul.e.IlardletDo coming to the ball. uninvited. But :
-1 sightly eruptions and finally s.-rns! '!
:.1 be you know, my friend since the poor were to be benefited he illness: unless a remedy is aiipli-'l:! .A. V-.Clubbs !f fI

:.' |>rolostph. that I have become a firm believer in held his peace. 1 DeWitt's Little Early Risers pitthis '.
the mysterious transference of im- "Fifteen hundred:" said Clavergaro."Ten :; trouble by stimulating the livi .I II
: I '
,
Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. '
..r. :or gov- pulse? You recall that sprinz idyl of thousand! !" from the stranger. and promote easy healthy attii.n r ., .
aM"ns' "Twenty thousand:" from Chnerpnro. the bowels These little pills -lo a tact I i ,
-ay that mine, which yon an inspiration -
r r* believe ? Well as I told you before whenI I violently, but by streiieth-'nina! '' KC, BREST: W1ll KNOWLK8 W K HYKK. JR., J H. KEKHE ; : ;
wrote that I was tired by an irresistible "A hundred thousand: cried thestranger. the bowels enable th-ra to ,p-ifmra President.ce.Pr"sld<;nt "a-bitr An't Cashier I : ,
'i' 4;1'1 as many their own work. Never glipt ur ','.!IItress. --1 1I I ,

t.*- undoubted-::: impulse.FriendYes.. Hareis' Phauuary Juhii! S1.- ;, : i
"This! Is absurd paid Clavergaro."It I
>reM by the cone I remember. parJ and Sidney Kahn
Hlrtll't-Wl'Il.! sir! I i submitted that is easy to bid !such a sum, but can I First NationaEBank ;
the money be paid?" ,
Inspiration! to the editor of the Horn Medical Society Attention.
"1 have it at the tavern." l
lunlier. and, would believe it. sir: ,
you
,
: 3 Renomirated.Th I, There will be a regular meeting of
l "That is not here said Clavergaro.
I was fired again. but this time the editor -
Democrats of I had the impulse:-Uichmond DUpatch. All looked at Don Miguel!: for a de- he Pensacola Medical Society at OF PENSAGOLA. FLA. 1 ;.
..strict mt in con- clson.! I' he Board of Health office at t I
.
,, and will renomivo I o'clock p.m. Tuesday. July 22. J' Ii
> I "Go and bring it, he said. DZRI90TOR: f I'

Edward. Pou, t I Colovsnl I'nln. The stranger left the !house, and at invited Visiting to attend.physicians are cordially WM. H. KNOWLES. W. A. BLODNT. F. C. BRENT V. K: HYER. JI, ;" II IID.

t'.r Populiit cones | Ethel who is between sis and seven once the silence! was broken by a babel I II DR.W. C. DEWBERY, G. BRENT i f !
i '.' that he \ls an In I I| years old went to the circus with her (voices! uprl'sng'ono.1..r! as to who President. if ifrm
I II I
:i'f< and wants PUll father! not Ion;: ago; and fur the first he was and whence he came, the men OK. L. DEM. Hr.I CKEK.n25ttf '

''limp A;; yet the I. time In her life saw nn elephant .\,* betting os! to whether he would bring Secretary.Foley's !i n ana Dam mnU s c b c Aanil Mi a A ad Solie d !! ..11 I

,i.v.ng: no sign ao ton the little girl gazed with open eyes on the money. The taiern was nut far. Tar

.:sate. They will the animal's! huge bulk she sighed! and. i i and the stranger! soon returned The Honey and ;
I
t -loicination not only turnim to her father with a patheticlook guests! opened a way before him to tlrchldren.safe.sure.'ooDiato :
I draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, Ireland ,
---------
t in the other nin?, on her face, said: I I where Don Miguel was standing! waiting -- t j
Germany. France, Austria, Italy Holland, Hpain, Belgium Rasaia, Not i. I,
.
and Clavergaro.
y expect' to carry "I'd hate to have: ; a ellyfunt's stomach with his daughter; I I.

:1l'he-Ohlo: :State Journal. The asked stranger paused and Dou Miguel LODGE DIRECTORY way. Sweden Denmark and_other European countries. -i' iJ ii !

: I 9 Vessels Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Terms! and tbeliObligations j, .i.' ,
Ilic Rib The !longer a man argues; to make a "Where Is the money? KNIGHTS OF PYTHIA&PennAcoU Taken Payable at Port of JeS'lraUon Ten or Fifteen D&yi I ''i
.:.U quotes this from "It is coming; senor." .
woman see the reason of a thing the I after Vessel Arrives there. '. i
man's diary, dated surer she I is to trust her instinct about "Do you require assistance to carry Lodge, No. 3. K. of Pn -- ,

'! 1"".I..t pork for dinner. it-New York Press.Vacation. bank bills?" I meets every Monday eves kf Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection I : ;! :

.!" \ :d, held n? a rib "It is gold:: senor." lag afj.'W: at l'a.tltI Hal with which we have a Prira Apartment for theUi : : ,

1 -id. 'Ueie. ladies, is Two !servants came through the p I In Knlld'.ng the third Klount floor-- Watio of Renter J l :; : I

'- WlS made (.t.' 'Yes,* Days. crowd each hearing a number of bags, VUlliag brethren corduli :

'.tnd it's from very Vacation time is here and the children -I which they deposited before Don Miguel welcomed H A J.FE I : t tI

h :.d of critter.' The stranger opened one of the Fe H. HORSLXK

There are could fairly be no living healthier! out of place doors.for bags and, thrusting in his hand, drew '. K.R.\. I WE WILL-FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE i : I IWr:1

try$ Keeps It Handy. I I it out full rf gold dust
them. You need only to guard against CIa' -, .1Wb.for CAT r berylr j .
::T- ; .1] a Ion? time I I "What Iml.ud'nre.eIclaim IJaurelsAgain s nr-al"I .'., ., JAI, :H1. !r.r rrxs I i. 1
, i the accidents incidental to must open- off brass .no1.nooac.f.. ,, , -i
versaro:: "to attempt to palm I" 'oj i
"
.. .
; .tins and general : .. 10. I r. .., . .. ..
DeWitt's!
.
: sports. Xo remedy equals ...: .,... ... t
fair c .
for .
blinds gold "11'1' ""-. .1> .' 1 It
..... .. ..... .
for .
Salve
warily to indisesSpallin I' Witch Hazel quickly stopping r'r' "r I. t ....
Don c" : j'
'
CIa ,
"You. Senor ,
replied
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'' I I \'prcaro.: 'r I. I !'Pr' .11,0 11 r j .

'\; ;;. Verona, ,'oils (pain on, equeuCC5.or removing For danger cuts:: of scalds seri- : Miguel, "who eor.ie from the far south, tilt PaN"'ade txpasIdoe the Gold r rr"f.. .. ...M.-K,. am..n."r 11..1"....,",,.,.:....... : .1.. J j I;! .: '. I
.
i.-u I cot her to try are not u*tel to this kiiui/ mon.'ywhh.1J H 4al Award tot 4.a.. ,h ;hur' K., w. Ya l .' iJ i alte 1 ; .
and wonnrK "I used D.>\\ 1tt's1tdl 1.IU..tr..u.r..I. I. ,
\ ""tt i r at once and bas made .its way :if.a; us "D tI. .. ,' ..t.u..S"r; lfI..J.t: J l'
Haz'-l 1 Salve for sorts, cuts and .
... ,- .. ..41,1.1... 1I1..r --, .. > I _
i s. \ -'nty-six, eats hriii--s.: says I. C Johnson Swift. ', I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY '- 4 v ."Itll; )gal II h. j rtd 1 1 I
1 am using a hox of Chan.- :'iaiS'omach 't .. .1
.'..rmatkin that ,, II' tv' rltav"I'.f:: I' it I
:; .. I
Tex. It i# the I'is-t uuily on the d Astern, V'P : .. wPa.'"" r" ''I. rtl j t : r j .
Liver Tablets a: ti I ,
and ,
fffras she has iam trrrr 5'.s.4 ".ark h .l auhtn..t. '
I malk.t Sure euro for piles and ., ; n.u..rtI." L, ...... ... ." ,. 1 ::1 "
them the best thing for my "-t lIT -' '' v.
'v '1 h. 'ldy: Do not .. of et------.I, ,. i ,lit
skin list .1. s. fl '%vale tounter- 1IIA't rk. I.nr.t.nr.r: 'e A i i
I used. T. W. Ru1 :nJustice WWSKEV I "+ ,.... : t '
,
ever si ,
ins .ymptoms. Go it-=. Haiairiiaima,' John Sh-p- says .. -'stn.o wu'alioar.t'i.., ,... .... I :
i. 1 j M G>Od.....;... to.. .s \I.n. ., t"r" 1-t .. ; 4w .: t
'! "t'iuach i is of the Peace Loomis. ..., : ,. V'_ ,, ', '. / tC"1 t-
.ir 'w. t
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i .11.>i \ 'In!! i Kahu ; "r :" '" r t.n Pl" :rttyr,1, I I
par t.
'. [ The tab"tn'0>! only llll'.r! Cold m 4ai'nets m >4 'ff'I''Y 2 u. n. "' 1" Ito
:' "'.1! Kuhl! ,.. .. I I
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-.JH. a tre d&,.. 1 em to : u -1 \0- s. i..i I '
: ,' : ru'th- !:.- ; <>' ,I"r> 'i i ri.! maili tnt rcgi art ew"orwdrt saes mat, L Mro A" :' WClll.t.o 1 '. ....t tr lay : UnY ...'1.) i : i I [
?,r C1Ls'1'Or.Ilf. ,' n'-' Ti.'V rv.dwb : Fall'QJafO i }
'".' -- P1) j'-it Sean the ti's f K; d Y'. H31@! rAS 9B.dsataro j..;] ', al' al i i- silt ff ,.' P a6'3.Ul 3ALVONA SOAP CO., Car.12th d Pint; Sts. ST. LOUIS, MO. : I : : t 14 J I

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G FS''f I Q hl t I L ,i-i-i: 1 am {greatly lU'ttUtd to you for 'I: ;

u l) E N I "nie nf packages hare been given toni !. ''t I
t-e N 0? Qt1 > fII'lJll and tin" otLi r, have Urn u'iI'd! in J

+ I 0'L int nun lioiisehoi'l! I lum but fHe o ioioni j ,
I
b jr r .L tR t1 I I N A T ,I I. xpr--s: -,w" food. The t't l I
y'ft'hfl :YA ERI.A i'1i verdict sms to be that }'I 1)ltEr tt lilt t ,
i'
t r i "' ,a>< FY I la G i 11 jl most nutritious; of all the a-ri>;ii pmluct f r H. t t
Titi SJL e I' / Id.. Otic friend tcll'; 'me that a stnali qiuniity i

rr 6-I. ,. s faUn jiiist before retiriDe ni. to ,
A ;_ r i neem* a:> i ; it. i
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, JULY 18. 1902i



i FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY,
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U n SOCIETY EVENTSG"


1 J. C. GREEN. .+. W. A. WATSON. .. W. W. WATSON. I IF YOU BET .

; .I "'"
% AND PERSONALSJ.

I

.!52 ''I Special Opening Sale .0 N

E;. Avery of Atlanta and O. M. . .
i
Smith of Macon are in the city today ,

on business. WEDNESDAY, JULY 16. rfuv

J.V.. Lang of Muscogee and W. THE ELECTION
Till: xiw rnoi OF *
t L. Cawthou of DeFuuuk ale among .
'"
today's guests at the Merchants.
GREEN WATSON & CO.
)1 u. N. C. McMillan and children ,
( MAKE IT :MI)1: AND SPECIFY
have gone to Hendersoimlle, N. C ,

to :spend the remainder of the sum THAT THEY SHALL BE BOUGHT
have been very busy during the pan week taking stock in our recent purchase of

mer. WE the Stock and Business of R. Halliday & Co., but will have the work finished Tues OF US. ,* .At o k t %"

'I Judge E. C. Maxwell home from day night. On WEI'SESroIORXIXG we will throw the doors open and will start

I T! Tallahassee and will remain untilthesupreinecourtreconvenesinr our business by giving a j

riep- THE WILL FIT YOU BETTER.IF .
tember. SPECIAL OPENING SALE, TO CONTINUE UNTIL ENOUCH GOODS ARE SOLD '
It

I' Mrs. O. :\1, Cohen and Mr. Liz: To make room for the BIG, NEW STOCK THAT IS COMING Every lady knows whata YOU WIN. .

Ii ? to: Jacoby have gone to New Orleans !Superior Class of Goods the firm of R. Halliday Co. carried, and they will all be placed i

i ; t' acd other Louisiana poinU to spend on Sale Wednesday SPECIAL PRICES.

month with relatives. THEY WILL COST YOU LESS.
a THE PUCLIC IS
t. E t ti .".* INVITED TO CALL. ****

i } Little Miss Florence May Marston

i has gone to Ocean Springs to vi-it YOURS RESPECTFULLY: GREEN WATSON & CO.AWMWAWA11IWMIAM'AWW. IF YOU LOSE.
,
i E, her friend, Miss Louisa Williams, +

t i who i H summering there. ---- --- ----

Miss Ida Nicholson,Jwho has been
i
4f seriously ill for several week,-isrupidly ;
\ MEYER SHOE CO.
i i i convalescing.; Her many ,

i$ frieuds will bi much pleased to
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i learn of this news.Dr. SHORT
t r good STORIES. ,
I Fet-t FuruMier! for ta h Only.

.1 W. A. Mills, a prominent phy-
In instate tf Swgipe; Brazil there r
Mciiu of Milton who ii U well known' are 071 sugar factories. : Mid-Summer Novelties 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

,i here, is in the city today on otticial American brewers, have already invested .

1 i business connected with his various $Iur,',aN 0 In and about Havana. -
I
governmental appointments* The Increased importation in Franceof -AT-
i' American cornmeal Is due chiefly to WNmmNtrwW. 'rt
.1.' r
; ; .Ir!!. :\lnri')11 Clutter, who has been
) its UM! for fattening git> e.IVgMnnxl >
< 4 visiting friends at Tallahassee:: for

the past three months, returned j! Betts ire said physicians to number In about Massachu-44,500.an : THE BIG STORE Big Clearance Sale Z

ti home la-t night in response to news 1
I average cf one to every 023: ; inhabit ...
i, of the illness of her unther, Mrs.1 ants.:
o-IX 01 R-o
T i
Brown. Charles lily Adams in the Forum
a
; The 1.1die.id Society of the I makes the startling assertion that the 1 Case Ruby Batiste at 5c yard.

Iti 1 Presbyterian! church will give a bay: i itXcuri'n > American hobo patronizes literature Ladies' Shift Waist. 5
and soap. 1 Case Fine Swiss Lawns at 4c yard .
Thursday: night leaving ;j
CiittyeLuiik I U shortly to have a monument
Pahfixwharf at 7 o'clock. Tickets, Latest Novelties in Belts at 25 and 50c.
to the of Bartholomew
> ,>.j cents for adults; :2!;> cents for memory ."." DEPARTMENT .*.< ::
<(<;",11,10}. who lauded on Cape Cod onMay
Washable Taffeta Ribbons in all Widths
iI I children. i 113. 4'K years apo. :

I). I). Ikuruett and bride returned
la" from and the Suratucii caiujMii of 1777 at Sandy '
if 11 t night Montgomery ,
I Hill. \Vn liinston county N. Y. Is Lace and Embroidered Binding. I!(
tegi i'trfd at Hotel e.itnbi.i. They o-,VT-o
about to 1 be raz..tlto make way for factories. -
will g<> to housekeeping on Uidsdeutreet .. New Materials for Wash Skirts 10 to 20c

l i "north! ,aide.fourth house from Hayue, Cincinnati!, 0.. has a new baseball Lace Mitts and Gloves. L. FRIEDMAN & CD'S. S
' I grand stand of steel) and concrete :

which, is probably) the finest In the Lace Stripe Hosiery, 15 to 50c pair. ,
: EXCITEMENT ATPOLICE (('ul1tr)'. It is called. the "I'alace (It Eq'

the rains." Large Assortment of Ladies' Lisle '
Vests
IOU() LADIES' WAISTS, worth "vjc.' 75c and L
Eighteen thousand t'nion soldiers: I 35"
STATION Fine Goods $1.DO.) .allto go at. cacti
6 for
now sleep In the great: cemetery in Arlington $125. ....

B T"II- i in the hills, of Virginia oppo 100 Bed Spreads at 75c, 90c and $1.15 100 I.ADIKS' WAISTS, worth Jl.uo. f l ;>}. rr\ each ft....
r 1 !Washington the magnificent h- $1 :,0 and $173 each, all to fat. J\JL II.
' Excitement was at a high pitch at ,, tate which was once the Lome of General ; Mosquito Canopies with frame, II
(..
" ) Hubert 1: I.t.('.
,tLadies'
I LOT OF +
: the police -t: tlon this morning over '
$125 to $1.75.
" the conduct of Harbormaster David OVER THE OCEAN. WhioD 0"

t:" Shefhau and Pat Ih.IHY, both of ) j Made Bars at 50 to 75c. and Pipe Skirls

,
whom defendants in In 1'jul the Siberian railway carried
i were today's; : Bobbinet Bars $1.90 to 550.
72.(iMJ M(X J ixiuiuU of butter. ) ,
t ) Slightly Soiled worth fl.uO. M.2 and fl1iv.l >
court. : saC each
It \I The amoui't of l Serer brewed In Austria all to go at. . . . ;
Sheehan was on trial for discharg- : during; the M-ason Hn.'l-O'J' was IIJ.- \: 'r R

h.,' firearm; in the city limits, he ,. 314r.lO gallons.Japan's s .. :::.
t I YOURS: ANXIOUS TO PLEASE, .
';' Monday 'I first statue in memory of a !; YOURS TO PLEASE
i having been tlkenln clur eou -

i I I'!' afternoon on a vtol.iti- of city I'I wouiiiu Nawat,was near uim-iU-d KMo.) recently at Shijo-) I L. FRIEDMAN & CO. :;

I irdiiunces prohibiting s.inie. Austria Is to open a state Institute In
JUillinm loljnson Ott.
:Sheehan was called for trial and IOIHDII! to ('l1alol.u tritll students< toptrftft
s their LitowU-dne;; of Ilnslish.Nice ArnMkwMwMA"HORSE
wa: ? on the bench. A witne-is, who
bIII.luri!!;; the 1'I! - -- - - -- ---- ---- -- -- --- --
t ':' appeared to b.. telling how the ding 4N cases of smaj'jiox.! This, rnmtiinttl - -- -- -- -- -- --- --- ,

happened in altogether too forcible I with the P.ocrar, re'.iiltcil! di"I) truus-
-
.
I ly to the hutfU. SHOEINC. -.... n, rtl1RM1( : (\ t rrt (hIt '
I langua.eeeuted" to brin,? Mr. ribee-! shake Into Your Mioes Crab nets and fishing ; Lrr ,11.,111
At 1'lklaIk., Iceland. the! t('inporanoe v ( r'mr
,.. hall t') lii< feet too much and! he was women \v ho are know u as "\\luterlblHiiHrs Allen's Fovt-Ea=e, a powder. If I tackle to suit everybody at Mr. A. L. Woolen, who is well ,
known this; city as; the bet prac- <
cure* painful, smarting, nervous feet
I I'
have taken to standing: at
cautioned that: unless he kept quiet I
is
the
tical hore-5hoer in city now >
Willis Hardware Co's.HSK
the doors of public l.ouev from 4 p. 111.I and: i4?row in- nails, and in*tautly the of shoe at J. M. A
he would be locked up. I in charge our stop <
I until closing hours urging:! men not to takes the stiug-out of corns and bun. Howell's old stand, where he will ,
\ s- He did not heed this warning, enter. itn>. Its the greatest comfort discovery -' be pleaded to see his many friends. A

t ? eI. v' however, and! was ordered taken Negotiations; nre already under way of the age. Allen's Foot16 SPITXEK & KlRKl'ATRUK. .

14t ,; down -tur,. Then the fun com ,. for the exploitation of several new makes tight or new shoes feel llj 5tThos. .::JII- A
:
fJi "I I tnenced'hanthel.Ewetitrwasreached. luiniiis: schemes In the South African eay. It is a certain cure for sweat- YOUR GROCER FURE4iijj C. Watson & Co., ':

k (g(.!.(fields. I.ouli i papers me warni in?, callous and hot tired, aching; the leading Real Estate A?ents, take EimiUITJj
; \\ ln\cstors o::uin-t putting their money feet. Try it .tlfl1. Hold by all all the worry otf the shoulders of the .
; Into wildcat ('0III't'rI18.Yht'll druin-t; and "-hoe stores. Don't of the ,
t i owners property, manage
t j' I)<*olt'y tf ok :Mr. :Mieelian's part aud
}II. 1 ; \ n ten |IH1Up.illlut"'a" fouml lathe accept any substitute. Bv mail for renting of their houses and the collection < 4
' I I joined in the Litter's nauciitiou offertory. l x at time Kandu Myojln :J:)c. in*tamp- Trial packae FREt !\ I i of their rents as conscientiously < .-
Adire-s, Allen :S.Oltnsted .
: LeKoy.N a* they would themselves. ,
! I ?f everything :and everybody con- shrine nt IVkjo recently, It was tisttleretl .n .
i I Y.
:4 I Their charges are very reasonable.
ti. : I. I' tmcted with the city government, too Mg: nn amount to offered I __ u._ DAILY MENUS ffn"
\ to a deity and the matter was forthwith Dead Mm'* !lioe....
r I I but the bi,: "-tiuR" seemed to be CtLadies'
reported to the police. Comprise all the U;i..l

'. ,'!t: ;: "ol11..thil1'; ah.)ut" {orent) Jones. ,I (7 jp. Hotel Camden ; Date Di=bee the Market q "

r' ; "{ lu acc,
, i t direction-.. turnkey s" rched the I V.MIHIX, AIAHAMA, ,
debutante's favorite costume l
t' i Keutleineu by f.>rce and amiJ excitement this season Is white, with delicate A
; :, : Is Now Open to the Public, ; .
t t ..: : i : : caused by loud talking aud shades of pink for second choice.
Very delicate lilat'kI ln.t uppll the
; t i. cur+iug. 15y equally as much force, management .
t : designs, combined with Flemish chantilly ,
iii lp I I. requiring etlorti of a half dozen po or other lace and embroidery. Is r aro THAT Dining Parlor.* :
,; AS'MDIE' 8ffHmVt PREPARATION MRS. S. MIMS .
fr (: licementhe two were placed in opt one of the elegant effects in summer CAN BE USED WITHOUT COOKING b.;
garnitures. *NO.IVIS COLLARS CURS.&H!BTS AAO OTHER p.
t F I'f'' po-ite cells and created such great OFUOATi1ARiCS7.E nArSYE7iPFAAN0F OE ACM of Pensacola, Florida. :
Handsome nu slan and Persian cm
{ ; dnortterthat the doors to the cell > Ij I Regular Dinner Daily. :
:' broideries so much used on smart winter
I' : rooms had: to be closed entirely. gowns, appear again!; on some of the 1t RATES REASONABLE, r ...'

: !II: \ Mr. Dooley was ordered held forcontempt new olles, grenadines ctaiulnes and By the Day Week or Month. I .. .
'I, '':;: silk and wool canvas \eiUngs. I Short! Order Promptly' II(
in addition
to another ;
,, Silver tissue Is being much used asa Table Furnished with the Best the Fillf'tJ eight or Day A"
1'I Sheehan alto held '
3 charge was un- Market Atfords. '
background: for the fine laces and | **
; til tomorrow. | embroideries of the season and Is also I '' .*;
t Willie Sheehan was arrested twice laid over the tulle crowns and brims I q Public Patronage Solicited. If u'iHom thiDjUoo j The Best Laundry Starch 'I' ..1)11181., you'll nal it at ?
< I' i: yecterday for obstructing the sidewalk of smart; French picture hats. I I f + 1 I Free sample Rooms. .

p, 1 4)" F and bl"ln.druuk.. HU cases I Monogram fans for bridesmaids have r- on the Market. Nick Apostle's II(

t'H, were also continued. I been lately revived. The letters are I I I Hunday Rates Made to Traveling ....,
!,t I 1 Men.
3'\ : 1 traced in tiny diamonds or hand painted 1 NO BOILING NECESSARY.The Popular Restaurant.
ALL no.H: ATOMIZERS in In small valley lilies or forgetmenots -,I I ....

f Heating nasal catarrh will get the ,, on the broad outside rib of the I only Starch Manufactured ISLAND N.

'1i f !,-It bestjresult: from Ely's Liquid Cream I fan. I o in the South, GOVERNOR'S .-Healed Y'I 'JJ IJIIIJlllllv" .
\
) VUV f"\i \I vI U.>>
.t If Balm. I'nce. including spraying The smartest of the summer skirts .tm als, in triplicate, for furnishing J1 "
; I tube, "E ctil. Sold by [druggists or :i are now gored, with an added circular i t Help Build up a age and straw required in Dept. of

mailed by Ely Bros., M Warren St., Bounce as a finish. They fit the figure iI the East, during year ending June I will repair your watches a.. 1
r I SOUTHERN INDUSTRY.Lay 30, 190.3, will be received here and at J 1
i New York. still In sheathllke severity and fare places indicated in instructions is- Jewelry in flrst-claaa style.

: I New Orleans, Sept. 1, 1900. like a bellflower from the knees down. I sped bereunder, until 12 m., August Stephens.

II Mem ELY BROS:-I sold two -New York Tost "Wby don't I go to work? 'Cause I 7, 1902. U. S. reserves tin right to

r ._t; bottles of your Liquid Cream Balm got prospects.! Me brudder's got four reject or accept any or all proposalsor by buyin54
11 to a customer, '''m. Lambertou,1415 1 Save I 110ney!
is what make If thereof. Information
k Quality I price. dollars an' nine' cents saved up, an' any part !
Orleans
St. New
Delachaise ; be has: 1 furnished your furniture
used the two bottles, giving him Burnett's Vanilla Extract was to better I'm his heir, an' he ain't feelln' very the dust. JOlt can buy containing on proposals application.will Envelopes be endorsed at Marston{ Quina s
$
wonderful and most satisfactory re- than other extracts its price wouldbe well lately."-New York Journal
I garden hose at the Willis "Proposals for Forage and
+ ':; 4 tult?. OEO. W. McDtiFK. the same. Once tried always Straw at-." JOHN SIMPSON, Great Furniture Enipo.r -

;. l Pharmacist. { used. Try the! NEWS Want Column. Hardware Co. A. Q. M, 0. 10jit45i2: rium.


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