<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



The daily news
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075893/00894
 Material Information
Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: July 24, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002076174
oclc - 33669261
notis - AKR4558
lccn - sn 96027213
System ID: UF00075893:00894
 Related Items
Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

Full Text
.-. -- ...
-, -..", ,, ,.- .- _- --r-'" -.- "... "" .'_' ',... r'--__.,..,- .-....-:"'....- ...._......--. -
-





( I

I 1 1I 1j

,1, \
\,
j I -' j : ,

( 1'1' :

TI I ;

i

i

!I :



I" .'
t
I '\I ;

'I: f

-
_, '
---- =- I'I
-
-- -- --
.
V-,1.. ':-T PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY AFT' 'NOON JULY 24.1902 NO 53 i i.J

'
.
-
--- --- -------- -
---


mOM FIRE LOSSES i I INJUNCTION 1 I INSTATE I 7 MAY| YOHE'S CAPTAIN I' ,

I
l ,

MANY TOWNS SUFFER : IS GRANTED. BODY LIES I;II I ARRIVES IN LONDONj


'I Special to The Daily News: Special to The Daily News. j ,
| Chattanooga Tc'nn.. july :::3.-In the
Rome 'July' 23.-Th- remains o: j
j: proceedings for injunction brought by
S. C. Has the Memphis! Baseball association Cardinal Ledochowski who died here !; He the ;
n"k'n $200,000
Conflagration Says Jewelry Story
,; ; against the Southern league!; to prevent yesterday, were laid! in state this morn'j i ;
ing in the Chappelle Ardente tin- I

Costing $100,000. i j the Vrain.(league the :Memphis from Interfering pitcher who with it St.is palace of the propaganda! where thevj I I Is All Rot. ''i: !|
were subsequE'ntly'Igitt>d by all Ih" { ,
I charged by the league is under con- ,members of the sacred college.! i j I ,. I
I tract in another league,
n -- J arguments t.
The close friends of the deeeas'.dland i I
were heard before ChanCt'llorIcCou:
-
i his se retaries, Fathers Vecrnu.
\l''A'S: Bally inured Chief of the Fire Department nell of this city on the amended billjpsteniay. :! and ZaTeassiHf'd personally !-i i| Special to The Daily News. POLICE QUICKLY i :
The chancellor rendered
jj --List nibil; Albert Tennis was> overcomeby performing the last offices and arranged I London, July :Ex-Captain Putnam .
heat and is i in a critical condition. his! decision this morning, grantingthe : the body for burial. Th-_>
IKO out in the: injunction! on the face of the bill. strong, who left Mew York UNRAVEL GHASTLY t
Chappelle Ardente is
noopt'n to the
.. ,
lat.ft.ult1u,
: :
This brings the to
proceedings a condition
Annapolis Has $50.000 Fire. public. The Piazza dl Sparna. wher. after pawning; May Yohe's jewel, .
'HIM). Annapolis :Md., July 23.: -A fire where the league will have to the palace of the propaganda stands, i MYSTERY' (
'I. the store of 11 that broken out in the heart of Anna ; abandon the case ur bring it to trill is crowded with p+tople. ircludn 4 arrived here today, having come to I J! MURDER : !
\1llIbllllI "f a lam oils at 3 o'clock this i on its merits by the introduction of I .
morning destroyednine many American pilgrims, eager to obtain Southampton on the American liner : .
Ely spread to the buildings! including St. :Martins evidence. admission. ,
Lamp the clothing German Lutheran church and the Attorney Ewing. of :Memphis representing Letters and telegrams of regret are tt. Paul, under the name of Allen. Special to The Daily News. 1
Jenkins KIDS., S. large general store of E J. Jewell and the Memphis! association, stat r
in from all
pouring The
quarters.
The ex-captain: left New York last Brooklyn, July 21-The police today I j
'I.atnhtdmir. t'urtwp caused a loss estimated at $:;0.000. The ed today that he regards this as a complete grief of Poland Cardinal Ledochowski's -
t stores, the blaze started in the confectionery victory Memphis, and asserted native country, amounts to a I- Wednesday and his identity was solved the mystery surrounding
.t C J. Shannon, store of B. Wlegard in State that he possesses sufficient evidence .
street most a rational demonstration, the discovered by a few passenger He a ghastly murder discovered by four
Hank of Camden An overheated bake oven is supposed to prove that St. Vraln is not !n dead cardinal having been .
persona boy while swimming yesterday afternoon.
I.o protect ton wi: to have been the cause. the attitude of a contract jumper. The non rata to Russia and Germany on has plenty of money and makes a
decision today gives the Memphis ,1 .
of the tlami'S association
i. -i.-y I
account of his advocacy of Polish hi
of Alderman Houore
.. C- the right to use St. Vrain In I companion :
v ref Lour: dependence. Joseph Cateno, an Italian grocer, !
lstanf and any game In the Southern league with : Palmer of He seemed '
r. n Chicago.
r
NO CHANGE
f.t.f: and hook an1A out Interference. Several members 33 years of age, had his throat cut, .
special train. At" of the Southern league were in the nervous when he arrived here but after which his body was sewed in & !

the flames wer I city today and a special meeting will ARENA WILL. grinned when he learned Scotland sack and dumped in the river. Vincent !
OF POLICY
but not btforehouses I probably be held within a few days toj i' :
Trica, an Italian fruit ,
packer
Yard detectives were not after him.
consider the
,.tnt'iII had j situation. President' .
I J 1 :Nlcklln of the Southern league, stat,i BE TAXED ; The captain says the story of his was today arrested on suspicion. The !

it-<'<> has not yet News. |i that he could not state what will!! b e I men had quarreled Sunday and Ca .
to The Daily I
I Special done. taking $21).tlJworth( of May Yohe's
all of the I '
teno Tue=
London July :23Tieorg: : ? G WaN i disappeared day. : '
more! or the vice president! and general man.agl'r Special to The Daily News. j jewels all rot. The body was found at a point just '

of the Commercial Cable compaj j RIVER AND HARBOR San Francisco July 23.-Everything ; below where it was dumped. At {1

1'E ALA. cy, was asked! today by a represent.- 'II id now in readiness for the Jeffries- MAY YOHE AFTER CAPT. STRONG midnight the detectives! found an* .
I live of the Associated Press what ef-1 I ESTIMATES Fitzsimmons contest:! on Friday, and 'I \
,-1- F- t. ResiL !: feet the death of John \V. :Mackay the attendance promises to tax the capacity o;ber sack near the spot containing i4 I

'. -+' : '.. i I It would have upon the business of the --- of the arena. Jeffries will! follow Special to The N..we.New the victiin'-i clothes.TRAIN 1 t I i !
__
t rre.I company. He replied: "I do not ;' his usual routine exercises from York, July 21.! -May Yohe :
I ',1" I I j know who will succeed titr, :Mackay a.1 ., Special to The Daily Hens.e now on. He is at his best and will I II
HELD
1' president. That is entirely in th ".':.c ngton;' July 23.-The chief of do just as he pleases. He will da sailed to Paris on the steamer Fnerst UPDARING j .

i. ands of the directors. You can say I engineers today received a number of some sprinting at this stage of the < Bismark this morning. I I t I' ,

>" <')Wf'\"<-r. that there will! be no charge |i reports from officers in charge: : of rivers game, as he believes that by walking i --- ---- i ROBBERS !11, \
t i-1: < y. The progress of the coifli"d -
over short stretches of h
3 I ; and harbors together with the estimates ground .
.
1 c.: particularly Mr. laCKa"E a ROOSEVELTAND
for the fiscal 1901. strengthens his wind. Jeffries is bettr .
.,., rhi't ;.'n.ir.M:ill!! be faithfully: carried out : year natured than hit week
t d; ) Tie, "-ntracts for the Pacific cab!? Colonel P. C. Haines, reporting on was a ago Special to The Daily News. 1
.
," -, f'IC. lie declares that he feels stronger andLetter I ..
works! on Mar l Und. submits the following ( PARTY REVIEWS :
r.tve been let. and the enterprise willjirot >
f h ;h"i:: an than he has been since he ban I El Paso, Tex., July 27.-Three
i-i-d precise! as though :Mr. Mackav's : : Patapaco: river and channel been
c i 811m.'r' n training. He insists that he is :' American '
robbers boarded train of
> itranif an i death! had not occurred" I to Baltimore $oi Ono' ; Curtis bay faster than ever.Fitzsimmons | NATIONAL GUARDS I a .

M .. ..1! aft.vr a har.i! Baltimore! harbor, $146oon; harbor oJsouthwest : has also tapered oft! the Mexican Central at Uw;\ Tuesday j f t

: 1 Ot.ly f* I I SAVANNAH'S I Baltimore $21.ix)0.' !in his work, having passed the point i'! --- I morning: and plundered the express ;
Captain E. \\'. YanClus! submits the i! ;
nil howi-ve- I : where (
rellrainary exercise will
( I cu ;Spec al to The Daily Sews.t car of $$).tU' in currency consigned l 11 I
'I i of the town follow for North Carolina: CapeEl any figure. He says that hereafter j ,
I e "to< k and FIRST NEW BALE i Fear river below Wilmington, Joint0' : ,- he will ilo his boxing in private. After j Oyster Kay, July :21.-The yacht to Kanco Mlnerco, at Chihauhua. j. L
.
..,i' Dl'lings! was "-'. experiencing a temporary boom in bet I I Mayflower, with the presidential I The robbers also took other money ; 1

sly! damaged. I, -- I Captain Cassius l:. Gillett! in charge ting circles Fitzsimmons' chanceshae l party aboard, sailed at 7 o'clock this packages in the safe. ; Ii I
I of the improvements at Savannah. Ga., receded in the estimation of '
Special! to Tin.- Daily News. spec Two of the robbers forced the me'r
for Atlantic N. !
;
morning Highland,
i submitted the following! : Sa'atn.lh'harbor ulators until! the original odds of Into I
naDOro, Ky. I Savannah Ga July 23.-Th'e 'fir st'' fl.SOi'.U'1: ; harbor at I'arien.' 4 now prevail. I J., where the party will disembark senger to surrender while the third 1, I I

1 n) Z-l-'irE: > broke bale of new mtton of tho season, 011'i (in., $3"; !""0; Altamaha river, Georgia, A slight defect in the ring! has been aud take the train for Sea lint, robber in the pa=eager car stopped :!! '
m2.03 ;
f the Oneuslior.) I was received hero yesterday j i7j"ou;; : inside water route b. twee n found but it will be remedied before / .
tt.y at 4 o'clock this i afternoon an,I sold this morning (it Savannah. Ga., and Fernandina, Fla.. the fight.The heavy timbers which I where President Roosevelt will review the train by the ruse of quarreling: 3 !,

>: It and the plaut1'obacro auction In front of the Cotton Exchange i j lOO.'Miii;:; '; Cumberland sound, Ga., and support the frame work above the rinj I the New Jersey National I with the conductor over the pay : c 1 1I

company: for 11 n.ing mill! \ is esnlt by Lehardy & Co. for H. & B. Bees of J! Captain Graham D. Fitch submrs the ropes. If there was a struggle I In''! I :

: that on the it has been !left largely to the discretion | the tollowing from Arkansas: Arks any one of the four corners there "a I
.11 h $w.11I1.. Sev; I onre to !.in rpool. The bale classed | aa.s river, $1I1H.OOH> ; Upper White river, a possibility!! of either the heads or th+- FRANCO-TURKISH : NEWS OF THE ARMY : j

rallio.fliilii,! 1 fully middling $1t8.; ,",('. hands of the boxers being injured T : !

'. ["'P' 11.1".1 Try the NEWS; Want Column. Colonel H. :M. Adams submits the following l- avoid this a rope will cut off one fo >t FUED RENEWED I I IN THE PHILIPPINES :

Astin, te? for the New Orlean-;, of each corner making the ring oc-a. I 1 .
J'I !
La, district! : Mouth and of Cai- I
passes gonal Instead of The !
square. I
1 : pot --- 4 .
l'a"I..U rivet! Louisiana, $:'G2.6S l ; are (padded with great precaution. /:I ; i ;
Given( Special toThe New- Sl'-fial to The v
News.
Daily ;
Watson & Co. I mouths of Sabiuc and :Medics river Tom Wilson who came from the ,
Texas: $::':s''iii1. : !arbor at Sabine PasTfcx. -., east to act as Fitz's sparr7ng"partneY: i 1 Vienna, July 2}.-A dispatch received Manilla: July 21.-Captain John i e }! : i

i ., jl.'Or.; ,::;.T3. but who.. was ch'']vpf1. in favor: of HiLli'' here state that M. 4'on'tan' Pershing of the 1 loth
:
-
cavalry, commanding -
: -
If' t. ,
;;fi ; 0:00.:: t I
I l.: IIM.UDVl- .\: COS: OI.H.TXH.: I I Griffin: will not see ihs fight. He nc"eTved -- I!'; the French ambassador to Turkey, i. thel.'n.u (Mindao) "p'I; I
orders to Join his regiment i t'< (I
I HAT PIN INHER Fort Monroe, Va. by July 29 and w-Il i'! was attacked by a Turkish mob at dition, has arrested the lie I t

leave then. f '' Konia Porte. The Turk have refused Uinadayan as hostage for the delivery )' I-III'i (

i to punish the oileuders and a t
to him of the Moros
who at* i
.
T L I
) PIUCK :SALE Continues in all Departments. We !
iiiteoJ! to reduce tock. If you will call and examine.| HEARTSpecial UNCLE SAM I Renewal of the Franco-Turkish dis- tacked two Americans June :!2. ; :: If

|I| pate 15 expected. { '
convinced that you can save money by purchasing I : -- The sultan offered to surrender I i I f, ;

'.It.Iii ON THE ALERT; ten slaves! and relatives of the leaders .< t '
to The Daily News. ;
THE POPE RECEIVES
----- ii I i of the assassin bnt this wa* ; ;H; I tt.t..
:New Yni k. July :23.: Leone Jodie, I i

( inn i i- rallotl to Jilt() janN Dimitic'allatcar for two years a novwe at a convent in Special to The Daily News. I i 150 AMERICANSSpecial I rejected by the American comman 1 : ";;

.. FlinhinK. 1... I., is dad, says a Pro\"i. der. The guilty chief has refused to \ :
I I'
.1'| iie (lin;:liaiu*, I.aII", etc., on Trout Counter. d"n'f' R. [., dispatch to The World, Was .;ttJuly'' :3.-'The navy department I i surrender to arreo.t and has fortified I. t

after a long and mysterious !illness has taken steps to invest '! j ,
-rlv old for 10, 12'.. and 15s: per which had baffled medical science. Anautopsy gate the reported interference with I i' to The Daily News. himself against capture. i ; i j 1 i
'
.Jay and Tuesday: wIll.e.! 10 yards for 75C I was performed and in the re- American shipping in Venezuelan! Rome, July :27.-The Pope today Four American school teacher r. : llft t! !:

elon of the heart and piercing the waters which is said to have resu'teJ
pmrardi'im ; audience who have been
;gave to ljl) American tourist missing since June 1
Organdies: (Figured Imported Dimities, Mudra: Lace was found a headless steel from the recent blockade declared by I i ,1. : j'. !L'
etc. under li th are found in the f
the
,
mountains
tripe, Figured Lawn, etc. hat pin. 4'i inches long In the stomach T'resident Castro upon a number of leadership of : ; 1
was found part of another ha: ports in the republic.The I Father Pocile, of Brooklyn. pear Bodoes. ft ftYo :: ;

"r:,' -ofj for l, ; and 33c:: per yard pin 11 4 inches long, also headless.The I navy department has been Informed The court martial of Lieutenant 1 1 ; I. !i I

w .: '>lr. . . : .; . . . . . : IS,':yard I young woman had complainel that Commander Rodgers left I PRICE OF COAL Hickman f" ;
charged with .
I of pains in the stomach since 1&96, LaOua>'ra yesterday with the gun ducking; natives i .
C'K but she died without having mentionedthe Marietta: for the mouth of the Orl I i I is believed to have resulted la
:
: --if t any Wash Shirt Waist in Store fort cause of her Illness noco river and will! stop en route at1' AGAIN ADVANCESSpecial his acquittal 1
Cumana, Canipano and Trinidad. Thq'' ___ __ I : i.1'
work laid out for i !
theMarietta
will1
45c.'l I Need More Help keep her busy for four or five days or'i'i Negro Given Death. Sentence. j 1 i i, ; t

Often the overtaxed organs of digestion more, and meantime the gua. boat j to The Daily News. Tifton, Ga., July 23.The Jury la I : i 11

--e L'jt I II cry out for help: by dyspepsia'spains Ranger at Panama will be the only! J New York, July 21.-Price of cosl the case: of Boisy Bryant, charged i "
Slightly Soiled Corsets, 15 and 30c eachi nausea, dizziness, headaches, lentinel on the isthmus Machlas Lav- advances to eight dollars per ton today with the murder of W. A. hyena his }_ f iii II
liver complaints and bowel disorders. log been ordered to sail at returned a verdict of guilty in the first .r '; !
i from
once I .
are some f2.1)) Corsets in this Lot. degree, after being out four I
and '
Such troubles call for the prompt use Colon to Cape Haytlen. hours. a half ; j t It

x"e You Honey to Buy BLANKETS while l of Dr King's New Life Pills. Theyare I That you pay for extracts is important ant to hanK Judge Friday Spence, September sentenced 12.Bry 1"f f i I :i i I

gentle, thorough and guaranteedto Cut this out and take It to any but what you get for your !;. t''

This Sale Is On. cure. 25 cents at W. A. D'Alea- drug store or medicine dealer money is ten times more important. Prominent Homeopathitt Dead. i
berte's drug store. and get BlJr1i't's Vani"a cots more because I New York July 23.-Dr, Martin Descbere 1. 1 I t
a box of Chamberlain's Stomach ant worth more. one of the best known and i

Ball Searing, keen cutting Liver Tablets. The best physic. They most prominent homeopath specialist .J; :,

GREEN, WATSON & CO. Lawn Mowers, at the also correct disorders ct the stomach. 'i if you \Want Furniture, go is on dad children's at his diseases home In in this this city country from, .i ; t 4. "I !

23 '
0 Willis Hardware Go's- Price cel:s. < I to PRYOR'S. heart trouble. :
.
.
: I

1

1

...
,
< -- -



",._ ..--...... 'r!:""': : Jt.,.,#>:. __' l-J,' .."........ ...x, ;" l_' 'J,; 1IIi j.: .., _.;1 41 __" T.j, .J,,.>_-' fj ) llU.""" ,",:"", <'!" _d, ." ,.-.-

,









THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 24. 1902





= -.- STE MSHIP8.k - i DYNAMITERS TRY TOI 4 Ii LARGE SUM IS GIVEN I I Eczema, Psoriasis, Salt



i! ;__ iAN. .Y. ANffiwt!; BLOW FORT TO ATOMS'' 1 TO STRIKING MINERS '!I Rheum, Tetter and Acnet



Belong to that class of i and disfiguring
_Iu_ inflammatory
To NLW YORK, BOSTON Made tc Illinois Organization Sends .
Repeated Attempts cause more genuine bodily discomfort and worry than .M

Ann" ALL, I !i I diseases. The impurities or sediments which collect in the ,\',t ,3

__ EASTERN RESORTS Destroy Fort.stevens. I Check For $50,000. of poor digestion, inactive Kidneys and other organs of e' .8

VI. ( t t I i taken up by the blood, saturating the system with acid p. :- '.;

The :). Q Q\\ t v.; 1 EFFORTS WERE UNSUCCESSFULHad GOES TO ANTHRACITE FIELD. I I that ooze out through the glands and pores of the skin, proouiscribable y

r itching and burning, and "I can cheerfully endors
'
_ 1 ,( OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY 1 Plans Succeeded Hundreds of Peo Largest Single, Donation Ever Received ; the yellow, watery discharge forms as a cure for Eczema. I wasinto v s S s.

*J L ,\RATES iLHionSikUE 1 Few people can understand the feel- i I crusts and sores or little brown with it for 25 years and n.' ,;;
of Ocean Breezes Been For Strike-It Is Said Miners Will with no rood pffei .
Have :
50 Hours pie Wsuld Perhaps a leatinwremedies K
and white scabs h
'I. of the he is off
WeeK ings pugilist as being counted i I drop C using a bottle of S. SSw ,_ .:r.
Sailings each .tlJIed-Note Found Says AttemptsWill out. He hears the seconds ticked off. Not Attempt to Keep Bituminous I,, the skin tender and raw. The effect ly relieved. Wm. Cai..

3 from Savannah, Ga. J He struggles to rise, but struggles in of the poison may cause the skin to 313 W. Central St.. \Ti. hsn
Continued. Coal Out of Anthracite Markets.. i i j
Be
vain. He has lost the ,
fight.There ji I crack and bleed it thi
: ; ., or give a scaly fishy appearance; again r
': 'aml if ihi rojtalur Lnwinmnv x
ii who i
are some
are making a
1 ". frat t 100..u i4.. XTTVI .." .AriMiifitMWt. lI.r" New York, July 24.-Incendiaries losing for life that Indianapolis Ind., July 23.-Secre- consist of innumerable blackheads and pimples or hard rul: '
fight
1 a'w.1Lttn: Natr t. II"''''''' nnt. plil'in can appreciate
t 1 Y ..M .n.. in r i 1%.. >i'iiil rn rttt 'J.cd J' are making repeated attempts to de this ; those whose lungs are diseased. tary Wilson of the United Mine Workers ,; the face. Purification of the blood is the only remedy for thcsi \ -j
44 'l .t.irt r> if ft l> '.taiu Land'" Lars
i I {l e.ra1arh VV. .k. stray Fort Stevens, the new military\ ', With every tick of the watch, they know today received a check for $50OOJ diseases. Washes and powders can only hide for a time :. j

-0.-aura. "'.......0.... .n......a4't that they are being counted out. for the strike fund from the Illinois! blemishes. S. S. S. eradicates all poison
..n... r.c ."L 'Yo .. post near this city, says a dispatch ; The great question is how can a quick ;( lations, antidotes the Uric and other
.. &.. .. 1..1.. eta.b f organization. This was forwarded b/ i
I a Ls.n \" lei.
"........, 11<1..".not ,......h.lb.llvrHlvtili to.The World from ,Astoria Ore. Haa rally be made to continue the fight restores the blood to its wonted purity an '. ,
." ... ..,.. I him immed_itely to the anthracite ,
M.n.l .t.JatLtumUlt.BENK1UI would against disease? Many who have asked
their plans succeeded they :: and revitalizes the sluggish organs ant: t .
t ,l (7tK'h'K f lr k 'K'Xl that question have found a satisfactory : field. The Illinois miners have within ; .
i8 ) have bkmn/ the fort to atoms and per ties pass off through the natural ch v
answer in the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden four weeks, given the national orI|;
taps killed hundreds of persons. They Medical It bronchitis relieve the skin S. S. S. is the only guaranteed purely ve$vt.. 4
Discovery
FKKNCI1 SCHKDILK: cures I ganizatlon $10 obstinate deep-seated purifier. It contains no Arsenic, Potash or other harmful miii. .
set fire to the torpedo store house coughs, hemor- and still have nearly half a million in !

::$ Following I is the schedule of the but the building is flre-pruof, and the i i rhage, night-sweats, emaciation, and I' reserve. i Write us about your case and our physicians will advise Wit!
other conditions which if We have handsomely illustrated book skin diseasesvhu :h
irk neglected or a on u .
; ; J governmentstcameroeneraIFrench attempt failed. Almost! simultaneous t
This donation it Is said is the larg
treated
unskilfully find fatal
a : all who wish it.
may free to
which Tnr NEWS prints for the THE SWIFT SPECIFIC co., Atlanta.
# ly fire was discovered! in the barracks termination in consumption. ('st'er received for a strike.Vll- c..
t benefit of the merchants who chip I |
; but -
this too, was extinguished. The "Whrn I commenced taking Dr. IHercf's son has received notice from Individuals j
various
ds the
their i'o< to army ; Incf ndiarie, had saturated the flout GoMcn Medical Discovery" wnlfs :'>fr. John T. of checks for as much as fl.Ono Sound Kidneys are safeguards of Rubber hose, apse ,;r
post: Herd of Jefferson Jeft>r Ltoa\.1 Prnl&'ula ... .. m.._ 7ro a. m. I with oil.After very low with a cough aud would at times"pit that are now on their way to headquarters Foh'y's Kidney Cure. S"Id!/ A.the Willis lfarlieariD'.lfenlh"rte.
Leoa\". Hitrraac li .. ... ..... i:9'iB. m.vims. I I thp firs were extinguished a' up blood I was not ahle to do any work at all.! by W
% Leoa'"h I'll,tQ.. .... .... ... tn.Lravrl was weak and my head was ihzry. The first indicating that the appel' 1 121 S< nth T.af"X!' trp.1. I'yn.v-r.aUiim Kriiri ,.
1.ur"UClh *:15 a. m.LeaI'rn i note Is said to have been found signed bottle I took iiii me so much good that I had : to the public for funds has been ef- j : '1
.m'"
...'ot: ... ... .. lu:15a. in.Arrivri "Thf TwUynaliliters.." declaringthat : faith m it and continued until' I had taken ,' fective. : 1 wd nukes a s'e..:y ,:.11 d; i i.i
twelve bottles. 1'do :f'n.tar'iI*on no attempt
I + ilMrraaeiis lllil: a. m. and then Now not loo* like nor feel says j I
( i ; t Biakrk a trip to i-orl McKce and tlieu re- the writers had dottrmined to d,- like the same man as I was a year ntfo 1'eopleere : will be made to pay the ar.thraj i .A I"Jl You will have pride ,I. .
.I lore to iarraara frtrcy the fort and that their iffort.would .- astonished rid ""i.th..} dill not thiuK I j (Q rQ"lloweq if they/ of!
I could live I can thankfully that I am cite strikers stipulated sums of monr'twr'ekly nrJens.
tr l.ravt "arrl t a.. 1 .. I not been, for your wonderful 'Discovery' I would Thtselgnatnrefa en every box cf the g'nute! a home and he tt i
I \rt IVrivKVjU .... 4.:D' p. til.Lrairs II o in <> :'t
a I t I }r i Pirkrn* ...... .'.:1:1: p. m. I have died" I "Our intention, said ho, is not to, 'I.utativ'eBromo'Qujn c TaLeU though he may ti.ink

Arrive* t'-arrar.cAs j n, p. uj. and maIL,,& i I MEDER FLEECED HIS FRIENDS. I There are cures behind every claim | pay regular benefitri. but merely! t > the remedy teat cures a cold la one day. fvery woman want.t
Iripto.IcI anc .v.urn. "
y > On Wednesday-and :Otturd.1the made for the Dicoveryilich no :| take care of the strikers: and tin :ir I own and if she will ::lay i
Scion Gt" Aristocratic German "just as goo 1" medicine can show '
I'. b..itwil:I -.( '" llarr.tiica-\it 1'ick- FamilJ :i Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cleanse j! families. )-MID\\- iir.: II Thus. Watson & C

t h etis fur I'tlislrul: at t:3u: p. m. Under Charge of Felony. | the bowels and stimulate the sluggish It is believed that the miners will The nnders ut'd takp.tfliimfthod leading Real E*:.lte A:

: The Jeiiral rr'iich i is for army San Ftaneiico July ::a.- Otto F liver. | not attempt to keep bituminous coal j )f ilferitiher -ervicas a'' can show her !how ,. .-..

j i _. rurl'l)-.. only and any out-idt-r mu-t .Mr-ii"! one lieutenant ot a track ie;'; j out of the anthracite markets except !iI Sr"t-cli-s licei>{>d midwife, htvliee II .

} t ,area pu-s from quartermaster: ,: itl..'nt PI the Herman army anil. !h}' it;, as a last resort. The officials will imp had Ho ,'par- expwrienc! -- ---

i 1 t o take i'i-riv: o i -it-r.: (1\\ II A'-..ount, the scion of an arist. Lost Life tJ Save Pet Dog. I not talk about it now but it j is und! "rJ Can Div b. -t of r.'f''nn e-i fruttileadiurr ; .'' Uuy a new gar<
1 1i 1.a?allc'. III.. July 21: -:Mrs. Elle.iWright pbv-KTiu-
f
)-
runic !hut iiupou'rihhtd laniiiv ot Hat. stood that this! city
J was fully c-on.ld.; i from the JffZ&.v H
of. this city Las lost her lifehere MliS. M (tlJlDENK.lltf .
'ovl'r. ha; hen arrested and lodged it.file ; i the night ,
i STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE I in an attempt to protect 11I'r1'.t the committee d!N U-- ''H :Soutn DeVilliers
,,' i il.pri&on[ hf-re. lie is accusel \ j Mitchell's: refommrndations an! r1 ..1j .
do?. She, with her sister. Mrs. John
ot u lour in betraying the trust o! j it has ben left largely I to the di '
jf N I !!<'(\\ccn lVt ..rt'il.i and Milton-IJcatI :Madison were walking along the Illinois -< ret n
Itii-mlb and obtaining $il'll from'ljlP"all. of :Mitchell
and Wilson DR. MOFFETT'SrTEETMING rr
I as to w. it
i mm Dstly 1 :MTl'l !Minila)". Central railroad tracks. Apayfcenser
,
Grume proprietor of tha shall be donei
q. "CITY l OF TA \Pr\ ;hui'-l eituonte train was almost upon th<. I ti.
on a spurious check i j I .
dog. when Mrs. Wright/ leaped to its
IA Mlllcti .' :*' LieutenantVilhelm Valentine of ; i Vacation Days.
7 : an 1.\'I"I-ftl'"II.1: pmt rescue. She tossed the animal! ta /
Ai iVn i.>'ola.-."J'liiii Ar Mon :".4'i>IU.hH. the Prussian cuirassiers at/ an agent ,
safety but was unable to avoid the i I '"a,3t101time is here and 'h '.'lit-
.-, '+'e. hiiunit trip !1:11I. of his eovrnmer.t while in the l'nitp.11 I
_. train which crushed her to death !Idren are faiily: living out of dos>:
-- States also accusfl Mfiler of (
- ohtain. I POWDERS?
; SHORtstORIIS.The There could be no healthier placetor )
I
: .
t4' FLED WITH INDIAN-LOVER. I, lug more than Sl.Oon from him )iv i

false I pretenses. When arrested at | them. You need only to guard against Rn.J. W lIe,"I if Arkansas $.'b"di.t conf''rencf'tl':) Tat *L4rKFnr 1 d .n irL a -
I I world's steel output for a year the accidents incidental (w"ra ka.vnif"TFKnilXA", tt'ewi, Vrb w..clia\erA. dt 11.. 1
: the German; consulate :Meder I to most open- ,
I But G.rl Was Pursued by Spanish' had just f<"1ri9< tu | 'ka.'.a. lit came al a mI Oi. nun \J,- ';our bt w, f received letter would build a steel hallo feet thick, air spoits. No remedy equals Dl.\\ u -. tx-nl; ,t.n 'iti >n f'T rtavi..ar.1a ihinir that ..e gnt did anj R. I; O. i ij .
I a from
_ t Sweetheart and Recovered.rastpt.it. a young lady ot ,' _1)' feet high and lu miles long. II Witch Hazel Salve for quickly stopping .rfi,I r.' i"f amt ic bj bat no(jnbt'rlublJlher memU is IIf the (.am!, cm, u' J it
I E\A :Me. July .2.-A ease ol'': New Orleans telling him that she had i.eaatert ctwues.
There has been elected in the worksof ,[ pain or removing danger of sen-: -
love at first sight I t etwe'i. Ivt.-r'' paid $l'j"' for papers to which he has
i For scaM.-!
| ous .
a Itotuleheiii: il'a. steel tonsequenees. cms. J'OJOU1ll1,11 totnnkt u
j Francis a l orate: of the 1'a bamlIOIJ'1\ forged her name and l saying that if ;> steam hammer four company a and wounds "I uecneWitt's\ Wit'h BOYS and GIRLS!' inonrv dutlllg -pa n m",
stories
high which .
Indian trit.... j he did not return the money she won!-1 : ; I Hazel Salve for cats and ne. )UU caa rrudllp d. -
3y< and a :sjpsy maiden I strikes a blow of 125 tons. sores, ing our "Blueine." 1I JUT rent, comllll..lon allah. AH Indltp, n-nlil', .U'
:. I whom h,. hs'l met in Atlanta and notify the police of San Francisco. I j bruises." says L. B. Johnson, Switt. houVioM! l..rvady.5deltghttdttb.-nt i'''t ..-(. it. unc M "'t mnk& i
If all the lam! in the\ United; Statesjilauted I' Tpx.hIt is the best remedy on the Blue water yi'U <-\iusnd. inthi via-h Writ. I. !Im. I..fore jour It-riitiin' .' 'st
$ brought! liotiw with him tame ffif iiiiiiu nut tNr. mid x i will send b) return, inn) i HIM ilc/rn pnrkx-.t '
( havlns a nuts!.'r as a sffjuel.JMer I FRIEND'S GRIP CAUSED CANCER. 11COl'li this year was, ll1J"s.-.t, '1 market." Sine cure for piles and when %nj t'iv'.soli i theiu. return ut v*., ,i. 'I< !. ',. Hi., Imh"IU n* v,,urIon Blur,
!. ,I its area would equal the Iritl"lt isles, I'bkiu diseaseI5eare of count i- I in :Itdrlay.butetilt, lU one.ilirrfs.i.H -
a rrar.is brought his gyps I Holland und In-kium; combined.The feits. Haraib': Pharmacy, John Stop- .\ > :N ?It sl: > .\( II !S1N(. < II. lit |,t. c is ltus (i I. l'l"ta '

i .t't'lh'art hom with him but a Span Iowa Van Loses Right Hand From Effects private car of CencraVillialn: I pard and Sydney Kahn.

lard arrived her on his train froraC I of Handshake.

: -I ; H'rca and then there was troohl.- Des MoiiHs. July 23.! -Captain( J X < :Mahout elf Virginia; is 11'1m odd looking I 1 Know One Virel.rmeil; ROYAL MM \\rUISIE( )
t shanty; in the suburbs of Uichmond 1L2
;: The: Indian had gon to Pleasant Point I.M: 'Clanahaua prominent politician of und is used by railroad empluyles.Consul i 'cranobstinate c"d., Its atone L1I 'OlY-lIaJ 1\a
f
1, UlUgM and l it was rumored that the .ar | Cfirydon and t Grand Master of th.
:
+ ; was to iu another \v--vling at the In I I Mar-iiiic: : order of Iowa. has lost hi? I :Saylor of D.iw-nu; City says' IF YOU ARE 8 Years Old, in Cases a(4! Full Quarts, at $320 per --;.

A I right hand from the that the output of gold this year promises --- --- -- -
[ dlan rhapol. i effects of a han I I. :
: I. bi. I to exceed that of Itcil, which LOOKING FOR BARCAINSFor
1 pI? .t,? The Spaniard otfrtook him. When shake with a triend. The grip received I; WHISKEY i distilled at t t''! \ .
amounted to over $:!fJ,(*')').lN f) in the
U I he returned he had the girl with him was so har.l that several of Klondike. i i JL Ky., Oi-tillery, and i i- fully niatu' tlrflHIS

the small bones before bottling I ft is jib- !Mutely '
j" and the Indian had a knif Round as were broken antI afterwards I pui.
j itt: al 1l\'pnir. 'fh* girl and the caused a cancerous growth. I Tingovernment bureau of animal indtltry i For the next ten days I will s"ll( celled! PI quality by any Whi-kry "f tis"
gypsy is of ibe opinion that the whole.system matter where produced. Tin 15 .
t pnniarti ..tan'4 tor Iloeton nn the Amputation became necessary and you any article now in -tock at when battled ,
of aid
the kwpiim; pigs could be to is eight yi'arold
t t next steamer on route for the eolithravlr I operation has been performed. formed to :advantage, and an effort will j discount of :a". per cent from the re
r.. mad up their i quarrel. It was be made to make the American: ho;; a uhr price. Think of it-you will the market at that price. As a be v r .
: learned latpr that the Indian had III Have Not Returned to Work. ; an absolutely pure s-timulant, there i-
j cleanly animal on a diamond ring; or pin
iii t ; New York. July 2.1.: -It Shipped in case containing no mark- w
ri clo!'* rail from 'Iwins m't'dered by hU was reportedtaday !
:; I.I rival.! I that some 5 non or ''.",',<> strikin : I! Foley's Kidney Cure purifies the ., where at regular price it would coat indicate contents. If purcha-er. up'it ,

naimer.t workers have returned ..i I blood by straining out impurities and i,, $IIIO.'et':' ; you save 2-"j cents on the whiskey, je i not -uii-nVcl with :

tones the whole Curl'S'' Now .t' can return the nine at our expeii" .
I work alter satisfactory settlement up system. I i every dollar'- worth you buy.
1 (Indian Seeks Divorce. 31 ,
will be refunded.
the trouble but kidney and! bladder troubles. Sold by i is the time to buy dhmond or I
inquiry i your
themanufacturers '
Outhri. O T. July-The! wnnsu-'l I among j \V. A. D'Alcmberte 121 South Palatax All orders should bn acconipani' d

spectacle/ ol an Indian divorce eat contradicts) the report. j | street. i. watch or any other article in tock EIGHT YEARS OLD curn-ncv. po.totlice money order, bankpres t 1

and po far a.s Known the only incident Thp manufarturerh who were seep sai-1 : I I very cheap. Call and examine woupy order. We refer t" Fn -' +

I they had offered contrails to the Remember this olfer for 'AHDn119j Rank or any merchant in 1'eii-acola
of the kind on r f on!, was witnesses i central |, tfoods. is
GERMAN GLEANINGS.
In 1'awnw. when an aged 1'awmn body which had been accepted as only ten day's. No trouble tohow

1-. i'' :n.1I311 plaintiff Span Pah li>aur, alt satisfactory, but that the workmen It is till a crime- -to-shout "Vive laFrance" j toad.. J. I. :STEPHENS.: S. A. FRIEDMAN ,

I t I' nlnft blind, |Ilt'l\tllln".1\ for a legal se() I Ii have not returned and that at the va in .\Isace! -)Lorraiue. 112 :South' Pal ifox street I ,

;' 4'' aTation from htt! wife. Me il R<> rloiiri union headquarters they were (
told that Forty |vr cvnt of the 1 i-itato crop in / SOLE PKOPKIKTDR. 16NRtt': L\ i
the strikers would
The I'vi.i.'n.'iv.as taken not return
t through 3U.1 Germany' is usi\l for fodder. The flnet line of umbrella in the

a .\; : ttrprttrrs. and a divorce was: to work until next week. .. Germany has adopted gray brown as ,I city is at J. I. Stephens'. (.io lookat j lo.. BOX UK. Tl.i.i.I'll-:

i< : j ly Jii-lpo* .Iliin:j. of' thp federal court the war paint of its torpedo IKKIIS.,, I;: them. 1i I5KE1

:i The woman \\a+ not i II:*-str.t in ('ourl.l! Drunken Father Kills Son. nn.

''f,i' ---- I :Morrow 0., July) ;2';',.Kdward Baker A German army physician declares i I L'llrI elt.*, of 1.1 I
1\ lie luts1IM'O"l'rl..l a serum which will wish the lest eeesye
j .. General Brooke Retired. a farmer living! :2 miles from this town |i If you very bulk or bottle, or refit: .

I \Vashinst.ni July) 21: -The war de.I, last night stabbed to death his so.i' cure oven chronic. rlleuma ti m. ]1 ice cream freezer at lb every J are way down.

,a I : Fart mtnt tii.lav anmmiued the retire Edgar! aged :22.: Baker had been t, To provide, nesting places fur !birds lowest price, the Willis 1 ti' AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST Bt.:
the kaiser has had lift-t\\0 lioxesin
I JUt'nt of :\ujor| tii-nnral .Inlin Itrool;" : Morrow to dispose of a load of woo.I' I Hardware Co. please
\lt 1 the varwxp otSonet can
1 ( trees lit !! !: parts
and returned
i after I" year.- s>'rxi.'f. in a general ori. home into\icated. lie :': 'I 1.
't all park in Put lalll.
I
1 itr. whisk rays : "During, the IOIKtt quarreled! :! with his son and in the encounter you. iAilCKESCO.
ierniany lUll kl'S more jj'oves' now ,
i rvtre (tcn.ral Brooke has t-xi-rriseJ which followed stabbed him tr We will launder your spreads for
than France. There l.lt'm 1
are concerns
t Important nulitarv commands, both : death The father was arrested an I 15 Cents each and make them look

i' f In peace a".1 i war-and always with I taken to Lebanon Edgar Baker was in the Germany factories the bring total for output i-xpmt of only.eighty like uw. Star Laundry. Plumber Gas and Steam fitter.

:9 t ; credit and honor to himself and to thtountrv. .< at home feniioraril| recovering from i ,
,i ( The first tno days on whMi I P.erlin's
in!:. t ." I an attack of typhoid fc\er. ovwlu-sid and underground 1 electric Water coolers that do not

I' railways were put Into oiK-ration\ double waste ice, at the Willis No. i South Palafox Street.
Fifty-Eight Harvesters Drowned. Actor Goodwin Will Take Part. All Kinrtil 01 Plumbing and Was Fitting Materials Kept '
fares \
charged. the
were priH-eiiN Hardware Co.'s.VEEILY
f, St. IVtrrshiuu. July 2-A ferry x.York., July :2.:.-X. C. Goodwin ''' '.'' PUOJli'' .'lM1 .Yarrrrtr"f A 5.'I.a
IK'ill1101,1 l to the txt.'ililivlniK'i.t of
F' t loat hil.' nossins the river Volga the actor who is now in London ha<,
aid fund for !
= nn f'/IIIIII"l"'s'
at Bert'sniki sank and ,">Ji !liarfstercro according to The Herald cabled hip! A Cure For Summer Complaint. : CIllllUL'

were drowned. i agreement to accept the pan of Dot- FOR STEAM DIVISION .A. MM.A.very:

r ii i tom in an elaborate revival of "A Summer complaint is unusually prevalent I't.aHHCOI.tLEC'IHIC'IIUJIB

liI.Snftlm'right"s: Pri'am." i among children this season. A
rt.\\'lut All Sl"'f'-: IIU 10 A' fRY: tt iLFIII.h
prt=tcrtiun has this place the latest inventions of stage mechanism well developed case in the writer's RAILWAY COMPANY

:I nc9in tin-?" iUi.d( the lour 1st..t will be far the IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
utilized and a large'?: company family was cured last week by the Trains leave fen acolk LHti

f1 iil "\.. tnwh." 'pI.1, | the mitive. "\\\. : will be engaged for the reproduction timely use of Chamberlain's Colic, Rayon, liiiz barraacas BayouWarrington at >n7 fir'
and Fort
p j' rely ritii'ipillv on :i iH'licf in the efficacy of Shakespeare's mot poetic and I Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy-one HARDWARE
i.' 0\:30 a. m.arrive at Kort Barrancai 1:1!a.t
tr #! ; of Iru.\'r.-X\\ York Tlnw>s. picturesque work. of the best patent medicines manufactured 1DUU a. m.arrive at Kort Barrancas 10.ii a.G

L, lift and which is alwajs kept on L oop.m.arriveath'ort Barranoai ltOp
Oo hand at the home of S'jribe. This 8HO p. m. arrive At Fort Barrancai 4:18 p n
it 'fie"r I The Best Liniment For Strains ye 6:15< : p.m. arrive at Fort barraacai Tunp Irt'ti, Nail!* Axe SISupplies. hro\'ll I I- Saw Mill and *
Two IMlar I\KirliT-Tbis. butter is :Mr. V. II. Wells the merchant at is i net intended as a free puff for the "S;(JIJ p.m. arrive at Fort Barrancai 9:4 p.D : I'ookin;,' and Heating; :M ove-, Paint.Jtl-
1 1P..er who do net Kort Barrancafor henii
company advertise withus. ene
Train
really oT"II..I10: tli>
smell. itoU and FI"hlll Tarkll'Aate
Window (Hasa.| (Jun;. :
Park Long Island N. Y.
51' r says: but to benefit little sufferers who cola at
IjniiH.iiYII.! hat's! that cot to "I always recommend Chamberlain'sPain may not be within easy access cf a 7:1 a.m. arrive at Pensacola 'm. 8:00 a. L and Tinware aim Hou'erurnisliinJtJTAOENri ;; (OnCJH'I,i
;
Zf' p lo with it? JIM rat the butter and Balm as the best liniment for physician. No family should be without lido P m. arrive at Pensacola.lli3 p.n

,i ;' t Uon't s-nu'll-IlO'toii I 11 cm 1.1. i I IVearyIlow strains. I used it last winter for a I a bottle of this medicine: in the 2:00 5:00 p.m.p m arrive arrive at at Fensacola Pensacola_...__.. 2:4S 6ti:: p.p .u. : FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COM II'.J!

-- -------- severe lament in the side resulting house, especially in summer time- 7:0i( p. m arrive at Feneaoola ._. 1:43: p Revere Giant stitched lelting. Northampton Kin

1 D Crn.lthr. from a stiain and was greatly Lansing Iowa Journal. For sale by .j:46: p. m.arrl'rtt.t heuiacol B-Kc: r'tiaturdaya Wheel Co., Liftin & Hand Powder Co.. Johnson; s I K ,

i \ did; T'irty; hurt his arm? pleased with the quick relief and cureit all druggists; and medicine! dealers. only amine Iron King and Buck Stove and Han!!,pev

1 11 "'uI."u;l I hear l I..- w 117. ran over l>y etf.>cled" Forale by all drug- craft FOB WEEK DATS.Penitoola Coups & (0:;; Raw Hide Lace Leather. MaurvMade :
: to Fort Harranca.and retort tc.
gists and medicine dcab-rs.
11" for w.itirirt.. iul he'awfully sensitive l'elllcola Navy Yard and retnrn..... Fa.Penttoolft Railroad Colors.:
about it \"'w fork ..l'tir'etlk O.A.BTOn.: A. to Palmetto Bcich and retcrr 19.SUSDAf nr.
( t Bronchitis For Twenty Years. Foley's Honey ana Tartrirchffdren.safe.sure..Vn scars the lMK-iV3te! f "' h "vv CRKOUDK. Masonic TemiilR. 3$ P( mmroI .

4, t. I I Mrs. Minerva Smith of Danville!! opiau'CASTORIA* 5-, itu..e y r # ? When ccmchts.fenticol weather. permit the running o') '
t f LAS77fj7s oreo
.. III., writes: "I had bronchitis: for 4t! Leave Lv Fort Barrallta W. B. WRIGHT<< COmPANY

,t I 1k twenty years and never eat relief until 9 a. m. 10 a. m

t 's I used Foley's: Honoy and Tar. Pocket cutler and 11 .. m.. II mIp.m .
i/ scissors tp.m ..
"1 h I, nhich is a sure cure" Sul:: 1 by AV. A I Ip.zn Ip.m 'I- MANUFACTURERS AND PKA.J. ,
finest ;
; D'AlembPlte l-'l: South 1'alafox: street from the to the I.m p.m. : .
For Inlaats and Children ( p. m .
p m.ip.m
cheapest at the H llis '-r---" : _>
t'yny-Rclsunt Stop t he TicklitiRU. I epmlp.m : : LUMBER LATHS

rr! '!srLT U!rlatJlaluowt-of U. tJJI''.... "u [rne Kind You Have Always BougtV liar die are Co. Tp.m ; 1 \ ,
PABlfOiSCSDAT'eai :
4'1'' C .A. 9 '1.' on :i A. ,ccl to jrtB rr rcsi SIT; i I :.rl:

i ; dens the Ite A rod 1Ja Hale 1 8a15 ,07 Pacucou to Palmetto Keteb ana
..
I '' lut11l'll ;,,; vat urn ,J' 4.! !BANNER"SALVJ _
: /l..J--- .U..D. ___ leI _' PE\ ?ACOJA. FLA
01 cLlc I he most healing set1.*.)I tt\.q worl... I[ No eight teind alter .:10 p. m. I i .

1'



,0 "V""" ""' > ", '" 1<1fitt-'' H'-- ''
F:' -< '' ''''_ ''", r. """ "' ---< .. ..


II'0 I 0 If


r i" '



THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY 24, 1902. t f ) I



well that firing'and quick flriug, waa CAPTAIN CALDER'S HEROISMIn It I
I
I essential or he would !be a dead man.

S.LOUIA.B.V1JEERS : Armstrong dropped. III Battle with Wave Saves Five Peo- Tutt'sPilli : ii i

Molly Grifton heard the shot and, k' t II'' r e pie From Death. u

fearing that Huggins might have been ih1 I
Savannah. Ga.. July 23.-The hero I
The Highest Priced but the Best :l.alitf. waylaid rushed upon the bridge I ?
OLD EVI.RYWHERE.: "Stephen: Arthur! What does 1tI( ism of Captain A. X. Calder saved five FOR TORPID LIVER. '! 'i i

mean' persons from death ty drowning yesterday ( A torpid liver deranges the wbofe ;

,- ------ "That dog," said Stephen, "assumes afternoon. Two he could note( system and produces ;r't f I':
-- ,
LITTLE SISTER.ed I THE sole right! to vou. I have maintainedthat save, though he made desperate et.I I SICK! HEADACHE,1

NEWCOMERAT Parson IIlogins or any man you : forts He was fighting fur the lips Dyspepsia,Costiveness,Rheumatism .

Accidentally While I choo has an equal right. : of his mother and his daughter his Sallow Skin and Piles. ':
;: PICKVILLE .; ;
: "This! id all my fault, cried Hug- |
; Play. father, his and The dead j: for these
t wile sons. i There Is no better remedy !
bent
gins bitterly as Molly over the I i
JM.V J2: ,-Made, the j Ii i are Mrb. Stephen A. Calder. aged 'in common diseases than DR. TUTTS ;, : t
I wounded gambler to assist him. Iol-
i LIVER PILLS as a trial wfll
prove. i
'
-r B. 0. Pnkn OriginaL] j Ij| Is my sL'.er. 1 came here to recover 1 j I The Human Lottery i years, and Olga Calder. IS months oil. : Take No Substitute. i
,".ad. was :shot with There is a flutter among the men ot
my health. Having no means I Mrs. Calder was Captain Calder ,

!L"r young brother tie dining town facetiously dubbed j was about to return when she came "AH. if only I war beautiful II I mother and Olga was his daughter.; ;t

I'ickville. Since the place: has emerged i i out to help me. Knowing that this How Happy life would be." | The sloop Lovell Dell was at Hell The Beer
"- .ail!I ::2!- would not for Ogeecheoj
(community respect: me 1 Many a forlorn m..M has siul this as she Gate at the mouth of the .

: rental (town) there have been but three women being helped by a woman, she took I i: 1 looked into the mirror. It i* the one possession river, when she was struck by a sud-j i

ht! : -.ttly summon! within its corporate limits, and they I mother name and concealed our relationship. ;> ; in the luttery of human me wl.id I' den and violent squall which capsize ; That Made

!1" wound exceed all married. Now comes a young wom- ." I woman would nut rdue. i : .
her. Nearly all aboard the boat wee
father had just an styling herself Molly irifloii; and The next day the town of Pickville | 'I
in the cabin at the time of the ac l.d'r.t. I
>:ma: run. The girl sets up a small store. Mining supply was startled with the news that Ste- i BRADFIELD'SiFemale ; .

::!ht child and the dealers and gamblers: are among the Plea lUrtk'tt had downed Fox Armj j Regulator this narrow There space were seven cooped inj'I D&NNUIt& l !R F AM U UI5 OS : i

eligible! l men In 1'ieUUlle, besides a (.irons; and was going to marry Molly ; i, Captain) Calder was on deck an! I ;

young man Arthur llugsius, iu consumption / The rest of the story was not for young girls en the thre.holiof womanhood i I
realized that effort
: Buzz Saw. who came to sate his lfl'l! :5AUAII PAKKK : di\'UIed.1 is invaluable.Vhen they Lecontepale I desperate) was, > !
y needed effect their H. I
souls he has and languid, the eyes: dull aching to lescue.
_". and to sate though I
-lil Williams, The day after j I head feet and hands cull, appetite gone dived! Into the water, swam beneath i : 1
lie ther church nor salary. A Iloman Dinner.A I I VICTORIA!
a bentenc Grifton's bach1dor i or abnormal obstructttl j criods and j>aia- the surface, entered the door of th
Molly apwarance every Itomau dinner at the house of awealthy '
.i.ill
of the Hart fill
menses and their systems jrtneralljrun abm, felt about and hold t
in the town was ago; as to who | consisted \ gained a !
of three
i :'aruase. en the uuiii chiefly : down, they nee]: a tonic, building ti{ MADE BY ACME BREWING CO.
would draw the 1'1'17.fur it was not'I ('UUl'ses.11 soils of i stimulants to the and their blood cleansed. upon one of its struggling occupant i I

vab killed yea fur :i moment supposi-d, Unit any good I | appetite were drat saved i up and eggs I 1'iradficld's: 1'enule Regulator for womenis whom he brought to the surface. Ths: i IJKSI 10-CKXT: IIOTTMJ IIKKIiIS '

Williams: was in. lucking young woman would remain'' were lJl1i.Il'u"lI'Itu: the first course I j particularly \.ilu.iUe! and useful owingto proved to be his mother She was TOWN.DANNHEISSER. '

i ..r.1t SII. In jura;> wash! of the Eienstniul f.owi. Painful, obstructed BROS. f'I
In;; appropriated. The qiifUuii i the tfun.ca hen, pheasant, night- j : upon the u/turned side of the slooi;

..mage he l'ault sifted like an algebraic problem. The I iugab and the tlirus-h as birds mint iu and :suppre'1 menstruation is permanently and again dived. This time he canu I AGENTS: FOR THE CELEBRATED ; t tI .
relieved and a'.l: diseases peculiarto
and fell!
i nut; gear pardon was not considered at all; the leputc. The Comas gourmands hll Id'' up with his aged! father. Five time i '
her cared it. I 1. V
carried instantly genital organs are by Harper Vhishy. f
i-
mine-owners! had wiles in the east: ; the i peacocks In great estimation: l' llt'dal-I Ki-j.". ilator clc.iri the com plcxion,briglit'IMS more he di'edadl time bringing up t

1 voivinx saw and merchants were none of them proficient ly their tuiues. M.ierobius states I the
,:. big shoulder to his with the the miners '! and 1,!itched editions ol i ia.i R. R.
pun; were i that they wire uret eaten by Ilorteufrius. muddy c< i F.Jchallze-Opp.: Union Dp.po' t

'I.'l.llttb. too busy to look after their interests. I the orator, and acquired i such re- the skill and cure sick h",,'! rhe at once i His! last dive was made when he P. O. Box 2?1. Pen*acola, Fla. I i ii 1

This left the gamblers to fight it out i pule that a single peaeoek was told Of drusrjristsatji I per bottle. I I found that all save one of the occupants Phones 116-2es. .
In Manila "Pcifect Health for 1'omen"canbe ] .
teasing among thenisehes. 1 for oO denarii! the denarius being equal of the cabin dead or alive had U I
had free sealing us address j I ;
-ChoUra (continue by your 'I
The most dreaded among the gamblers to about htpeucc; halfpenny of ourmonej. I. been brought forth. This missing one I i ii
THE BRA: FIELO REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA CA.
and iirovinceifiiLk
city \ was I'oxrll1stron,;, and when '.-Chambers' Journal i was his little! laughter Olga He remained I ,J !,

the epidemic u he was observed to stop at Molly (.:rif. I II I --- longer beneath the surface ,\i !. i

.t ton's store and buy up the first editionof Noetd of AkitivtiiiK-P. ;
Vanilla For dental: AVraknna. looking for the body Time and time: : ,
the stock, cleaning; out the shelves The father of the family had stepped I he __
Vanilla! is one of the most powerful again made the attempt. Then ho II I
entirely the rest of the profession concluded into a bookstore to buy a birthday:,
1 restoratives known In cases of weak realized that further effort was hope-

.,', CATARRHCOLD to keep at a safe distance. Dut present for his fourteen-year-old son. '' ened vitality! when a large dose Is glv- INs and gave up the search. He secured : .. t.
1'one man in Pickvllle had the audacity "What I kind of LOok would like?" {
you ,
en. South America In general shows a a dory, which was made fast
a
\r \t.I' I II I I to buck against Toi: Armstrong, and asked the salesman to whom he had ] .
lit ftYS i much slighter tendency to madness to the sloop[ by a painter and in this ai
R : he was a young prospector named confided his
purpose j
M BAIMu than any of the countries which maybe the rescued were placed. Negroes "
tDID Stephen Bartlett. Stephen was the 'Something that would be I ,
: useful for :
r H RHq I I I called civilized. Statistical authorities cam to their assistance In a boat
A H +ti 1 only man In town who seemed' to find the boy," was his reply | .
attribute this fact to the Ignorance and they were taken to Thunderbol ,
:
i favor with the lady and, though he "Well, here is a Very good one on j 1 tJ
and thoughtlessness of the population, where Captain Calder lives. His fath ,
i had not the means of wooing by trade 'Self Hi Ip.' I
but they themselves give the credit to : '
er and mother lived at Sunbury.
.. as In the case (Armstrong, the scale "Self help!" exclaimed the father I !
: I vanilla. At the first sign of mental disturbance .
was turned In his; favor by' his manly "lien don't need anything of that kind :j 7j
05 I they ply the sufferer there- Claims
:
.
\
and honest bearing. Lis cheerful disposition You'd ought to see him at the dinner i j I with. No False I :

and certain Ingenuous traits table!r !.
I I The proprietors of Foley's Honey I
which rendered him attractive to wo I I II
'N HEAD "I am using a box of Chamberlain's The AV y to Catch a Porcnplne.The and Tar do not advertise this as a j I The Thermometer j.II
his friends! : .I
., ,' I"I-.a: e1.. men. He was warned by porcupine climbs the tree as "sure cure for consumption" Theydo .
d I'K.IM that as he valued his life he should I Stomach and Liver Tablets and find not claim it will this dread I r
1 readily as a squirrel would, provided cure i Is Low
"I -I.-
_jt01 IY i rt-1'raiu from any attention to MfosMolly. i I them the best thing for my stomach you don't slip up and cut his! tall oft i complaint in advanced cases but do I .;. !,

''I I ever used," says TV., Robinson, ', while: he Is going up. Somehow or other j positively assert that it will cure in in the kitchen, always, when gas I* Ii;
i As a firecracker! has )been kno\ui to Justice of the Peace Loomis Mich. t the earlier stages and never fails to s
s \ \ iuk. he can't climb the tree without his
: kindle meek and I give comfort and relief in the worst used for cooking. And you don'thave '
a city, so u lowly man
These tablets not only correct dis- tail and he won't come down withouti
:stalled. the bhuotiu,; that was bound orders of the stomach but regulate I cases. Foley's Honey and Tar I is; to worry over the rise In the
If these
catch of
"'" i it. you one porcupines without p!
doubt the throat and 1
J/"X I greatest
in time to take account of
place on I the liver and bowels. They are easy 1 climbing\ a tree and chop his tail lung remedy. Refuse substitutes. price of coal It is the fuel par ex
DUBl\G\T\ \ FORTHEPEUPIEI Molly Grifton. I'ox Armstrong; one to take and pleasant in effect.: Price : I j t
II off, he will stop right where he Is andI I Sold by W. A. D'Alemberte 121 South
niiht ceased dealing faro at H'-'M: ,25 cents per box. For sale by all cellence the warm weather. Ito t ..
I i will stay there until he starves to Palafox street.If :
o'clock on account of an Indisposition, I druggists and medicine dealers. I, I heat ashes dust in' i '
dirt
I death unless he is taken away. no no no ; : I

I r ; ....t.. 011 ,i lent ', r<..'m and turn In for the night early. I Jnoul.b to Settle If. Fhrnrath ely Speaking : you want a nice present; to give stead comfort, convenience, clean- [ .

1 ,, A wag after having witnessed an un- I to a friend, go and look through the liness I '
,i- i I ,-M \ Word is (Head 1'1 -1111; Molly Griftou'b store he was i "Well." said young! Graftsky "I'vej economy. Gas stoves and i
elegant line
of of suitable article
usuallyill.iinous performance at
t 14 1 I' rshl.isi I I surprised, though all was dnt'k"it hln., I "Hamlet" remarked: "Now Is the timeto '11\j soldiered half of the afternoon, and I I J. I. Stephens, you surely can find ranges of every size and style supplied I ) .

.. ..--- ins (the door standing ajar. Thiukr I I might as well round It out by something to
.- ------ -;; settle the :Shakespeare-Bacon controversy guess please you. If you by the Pensacola Gas Com i '
) ''. I.r: some one might be appropri- I want :
? the
loafing the other half. anything Diamond line
.1 I
;\ I.1 IU J.I;=''U. Let the graves of both bei j
111:tir.Molly's: belonging? nnd that he i dug; up and see which of the two turned "les." said his friend, J, Wise Jr.t'' be sure to see" him before you buy. pany at Lowest Prices.feosacola "
!
I I' 1 A In hnu. "inld turn-: i! W.t win cn'llit'ith her by cspturIII -j I .. '. I "but the rounding out will be a lotI : ---- .

M I ,inJ all ;ku.d of pt-r- !; the thief he sidled up to the door i oer. I easier than squaring yourself with the Gas Cot
,, I
n I ',1/1- a\' I'otr"'t..tpr ,
\ tu'\\. tl.I..r, and listened Low \oices came from It Went Off. I Loss afterward."-Los Angeles Herald. : Tie o, i f ,
.,, llappy Home .
\ i, the room behind the storo where Molly i j' Mrs. C.-I wonder whire in the world i waif' No. 3 S. Palafox St., Pensacola. Fit "i
j Ilh.,1. the one a woman's, the other a 1: I ; t'
the ahirm clock Holers.
'IInr.ro.\(1 rt-al .s- i has gone? I saw it on The Home

'I i> >::1 1 A'il'Untat low I man's. Armstrong at once assumed ,;' the table yesterday.! I Mrs. Krauk-Yes; I'm fond of pets. I t :, furnished home. Marston i

L> -!:. t:. Brooks i i that his rival I'.urtlvtt: was stealing! a j i Mr. C. It tin : have five and four that I $, Quina i j .
I'niafox st, her i, was re yesterday, but cats dogs Just: j can supply JOlwith CHOICEST j 'I :
march him
and his revolverI
got
j upon
amlJll I heard going off this morning. I rule my house. I all needed in the i
I i-ositlcni to handle! the I way '
readily at ; Mrs. : -OF- y
I I ICall-AII! I've often heard of I*
> von nn-a mony? exit of the Intruder whut he of house furnishings at the ;
v I upon consldered j 1' :
> i .tii.ouiu yOU want Suffrrlnir. "reigning; ; cats and dugs.. These must

"-. ""M lowest city ratesulprosrd rrat domain.or Pr.sentltbe wished to consider two InsIde his own adanced ,'| To suffer an hour with and for one ', be the ones.-Philadelphia Press. ;.lowest prices cash or credit. i mmt AND CONFECTIONER(RY! ; I

.'r. cud J fcuutb I'sia- | we love brings us nearer In spirit to I I 1 -- i .
\ to the I>LOI. II
In-tf him than many years of Joyous! companiouship. I] Our Lark."What .
Vunie." said the -AT
"take
it You
girl
; for only' in sorrow does the : Is the national air of this! 1 I
H'lKUOW MONKYf : are paining me rdu x ir..r.oo i fn.
by lnil. ,
voar or property Sfll rual, prohuv esf -- I "I'o IOU !oUI'po'I could live a moment heart reveal Itself.oSTETTERI. ,, country?" asked the foreigner. Awarded at FarL C. APOSTLE'S t i .
"This
Is a republic and therefore Las I ,
any description. have iiuiniiK these men If they knew
'ir tftif- intended to. The only WBJ- no national heir! ," replied the native.Pittsburg .- I
I 'inii C. Watson A Co. you w ere furnishing me with rnoiie}' !" to recover your ChronicleTelegraph.Mother 14 East Government St. : I
:.riiice agents lfnsa- "Hut they dont know it." i S b"1I1tb It to kevp ,
I
t .
''i'idfrate, To fVfryon1ji I the itomnch in
,
SUINALAROCHEWINE I Ii I
Formerly Cordova
*. will lend monf "Ury w ll.; I will take this. Next CElEBRATED Rood condition: ;I Restaurant tan4I ( i :

a bon.ie. hd-tt- week I am j poiiig to work with a pick larandthebhod(\ bowel 3 r.zus Always Keeps It Handy. i I One car-load of Pineapples at ;11.75 i i :
-- ------- "
and shovel. purr '!'III' KitIPI "My mother suffered a long time I to 2.00 per dozen. I m mm
..
\ I .r II. ".I'. r( m
"You will do no such thing." r '- > will do thins CORDIAL 'Ii
%/ from distressing pains and general
--- ---- -- you. it also
There was the sound' of a kiss and .. Tjtitst: recommendations for curt of Poorness i '
i .:C|, s"(., In.tor |I ill health due primarily to indigestion ol Blood, Stomach troubles and General De 1
4 =GOLAY
"'JIM-' money, with the man i tt'l'1ot.d into the street '::; bili'y Increisesfitippeme, sirenjthtns =O*l lI 11 I
:ntl'n.t.HIt... u. for Great; heavens: It was the parson'Unconscious :, : 'f ifor says L. W. Spalding, Verona, the nerves 13 j builds up the entire tysiem. I
.
'
: .'.t .,ollcttnr wKiit.'d.nit 'Mo. "Two years ago I got her to try : Grist and Corn i i 1
nt .V Invrstnifnl of being oIJl'ern'll-for Kodol.! She grew better at once and *l rap l>rou t | (Meal Mills': ;
'
i-uJiui: I'll. I'jylvk Armstrong i \ PARIS I ,
: occupied a position! where .
now, at the of
age seventy-six eats
. -\.I.I he touU not be seen-Arthur Huggins and anything she wants remarking that t X.T,.lgen1 Pou.era, A ToPROFESSIONAL I II. F. GOflZflLEZ 4 CO., Prop i, : J ;ii'4 ; i

------------ wended his way toward his room. Malaria. lever she fears no bad effects, as she has i I Mannfactcreri t i I.

I 1 ivy IIIIY dralJgbtpltzl'r Armstrong; followed him and when in I an her bottle of Koddl handy." Do not CHOICE MKAIi AND FL'KEGUOUND f t'
SITTERSDR. !
I j
.it" .- il ::"Kirk-I. the center of u bridge across<< the gulch I Iaccosted TRY IT. waste time doctoring symptoms. Go CARDS. I STOCK FKKI I '

him after the cause. If stomach is t 1 'IrlI
: your Patronise .
I II ---- I Home Industry, lor there U I'
t ------ --- sound your health will be good. KoJol every reason should
nio't oekirable loti in "You white literal hn1orrite"h" you buy young cal inS
W. C. .
irtus.. by the Fishery rests the stomach and strengthensthe ROWE, M. D. I Stock *eed from the Home Mannfaotnrer. '
:UI Houtli Falafox was beginning, but pau.-etl. A :step KINO'STRY : for by so doing yon encoaraze home ladni- i .l
body by digesting food. It
l* is nature's own tonic. Hareis' Phar- and you In torn are ,;
Indlrectlr '
benefited. ,i'
and in a few moments ): NEW r DISCOVERYFOR Hours from1) I
I "er IdIll.furnubed. Stephen :1rt. macy. John Sheppard and Sydney to ::ua.maad: I to 8 p. m I in fostering the home manufacturer yon ; I is
-- lett came up and was recognized under Kahn. and after 7 o'c1oc&Phono contribute to the cause of labor. Yon ow. j : ;
-
the THAT COLD. 1; Utothecommnnltyln which you lire nd 1- 1
starlight"I'arsun OO. which i .
I .V rooin-t at contributes to your snniinrt...
-:r..ft. aUU Huggins: and Fox: Armstrong TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. -- --. -- --- --p. :
t li I .
together here at this time of Cures Consumption.Coughs

I' tt.Intel-\ttslo. night! What does it meanV \

'. for men- to learn-bar---- "That he has been skulking with Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, ,*GO i.; ; l
TO.'I i
r. 1 take positions wait-
Dr."otPd, pav alUrto Molly Grifton. which I dou't permit. i i PneumoniaHayFeverPleu- ; ;

"15 wt-rkly when "lie has us good a right: as you anyway i risy LaGrippe Hoarseness i i ;
Moler ] :
I mailed frt>t> .1'
"leans..La. ZlJJtf said Stephen. Sore F. l "
Throat '
and
"You give me great joy In taking his Croup E. BRAWNER'S. 1' : :'!

Is .\. T.l U. part," sneered Armstrong.: "I can't Whooping Cough.NO : I.

\11\ \ 'OJ solicitor; will pay kill a man with a woman's soul in CURE. NO PAY. : I: II

-" "m to right one. Ad- hIm but 1 can take care of- Pric
.m..... mitt 50c. and S'. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.PARKER'S .
The words were never finished. Had *)-For Seven Days we will Offer the !

\11\ -ltMenfrouiEicantbla., be not had something of the contempt Following Prices: _ '
( tn prepare for poslint for Bartlett that he had for the par- HAIR BALSAM if "
.I s rrlce. Apply to ..
.at.Cedar Kapi'ls. la. son he would have fired first and Oetnm ud boAut.r in. bar. 20 doz Men's French Neck, drop21JO Pair Men Xew I. '.
Promote a Iniuinnl" grewtVSever Orleans Hewed You ,
:1y1n1-dtw' tailed; aft-jrwar/l., Stephen Juj'w .tull Tmtl to Beitore bray stiched, undershirts for 25c ; drawers or Cable Screwed Shoes, for this sale Ladies'should look at our line of t f. r I
Ball' to Youthful ,
it. Color. to match. High and Low
\\ "U kind ot empty beer CIlIa IC&Jp dur.w,a bait tauu. $1.20; solid leather. We Cut t:3hoel.: ? I I
MA. KEIIDHAH.: noT tt11'llV. The Same Old Story. alpr.sndiwa tau ra 25 doz Men's Fancy Striped, Lace can save you money. ; j t :

--- --- relates ; and Plain, Bilk Finished, Balbrigan 175 Pairs Men's Hand Sewed Vici 1,000! yards Lawn, fast colored, f t .
an
J. A. Kelly experience :
POl Undershirts; at 45c each ; drawers to Kid Shoes in four different shape worth 8'.'2C, to close at 5c yard. S .

',' similar to that which has happenedin PENNYROYAL PILLS I match. i toes; regular: ?!, for this sale $2.95 a 500 N-Bar Mmlln, i I i.
.i tmowLE t regular 7o
neighborhood in the : ;
,. "!Ot and Eggs I for cale.b almost every and has been told and l5<,7T*>JArE"f .I Ladl lr Ge..I....>ItruHM 10 doz Men 1-Bar Undershirts; pair goods to close at 4Mc yard. I ,; .! #
-: W United States f ;
HardwareCo's. I\attt1.11R tor CIUCHb'TKK- KNGLJ.SH
others. He kin KED ui _. worth 50c, for 40c ; drawers to match. I have I.I JO yards tJnbleached Domestic i. i
re-told by thousands of Odd m"&.110 b iM > bought the foil line of Levy- !

ooii., says: "Last summer I had an attack | N- alb D...bsw."ribbo... !I., T.ke..t".Ut.d... .'.r.BB .. a.r.1.,.... I 25 doz Men's Scriven Patent, seam Pou Co. boys' shoes that I will close to 1.000 close at 472'c. I s : '

\\1. ti! -KEiKiE-M anr ctnrera of dysentery and purchased a bottle ofChamberlain's d.--po... a,1 ot P.rXlolan.i.w 1Inu...T....1I..lala..J.... .. aid drawers, worth 65c, for this sale out at cost. fast colored yards Best Check Gingham; I ; ; :

; H atr (l.oods HaU Toilet Colic, Cholera and p u."RtHtt.I..dl.,... 101...brn.an I i regular 7c goods, for "
.. ... I '
this
I' 1'. etc..82 W. Government Diarrhoea Remedy which I used according all.[I,.....aU..... (1t..h.wI'T.u..I.m.a lte.I..1 5.0 C.b,, 23 doz Boys Extra Size Pants, 12 to 125 pair Boys'Easy Walkers, reg sale 6c. '' a 1 .
I .. near 10 pieces ; ItJ:
I bug White
W.u..tbi.p.i
lt.dl..a..u..PYIW.PL goods, to close at 35c and
pair. Red
17
Table
with entirely years, worth f 1
,
---- = = to directions and 1I a pair, for this sale Linen '
'is oOc. regular! 40c gooda' to close i J' l,
I
afe I
1'l'ur ,
1'unurnlas. satisfactory results. The trouble was 75 pair Men's Low-Cut Patent 2ic yard. No \' 1 I
F. K t--l: :.tEK.\L8 tornlilled controlled much quicker than former I CURE YOURSELF We carry a full line of Boys' Wash'' Leather Shoes we have been selling 30 one over I 5 yard. J' Z. i

;. -oaeu' :: ortpecl dpilgni attacks when I used" other remedies.. a.i.y Cw HiiO for nnnatnralIatrbuA > Pants. Call and see them. at $2.50 pair, to close at 11.75 pair. Diaper pieces Medicated 21-inch Cotton (i f .
t' dl.ch.rge.loaammatiooa, j worth 85c, for this t. ,
of sale
; >:" BO, 8J3 Men Gregory Mr. Keely Is a well-known citizen enoa'.arntattoa..r olccrttiaai 60 [ '

:\dIm Henderson, N. C. For sale by all .a a awn,., ct ma coo i membrane, iFwoleM ". I ,
rn.e.w G.ugw, and Dot Mtna* I In This Sale l'
will ,
I 1 J140 \\ 'Itw. druggists and medicine dealers .. nmLErdfiCeitwGLCo. on>ouooouj. Positively Not Run Longer Than Seven Days. j i
-
r.u rP Dr.ie,
I ..q Floral eruL 1 I
and Lelgni- U._ gent In pWo wrapper,
ordered for oastomrei.s Foley's Kidney Cure >>T cxprM. prepaid/ for I 9
.. no..8.3: West rt> .00. or 3 bottlM. tin.CircttUr 105 SOUTH
:l gcry'l makes ki&cys and bladder right. '\ M&I ea toqaert. PALAFOX STREET @ r I .iiil






i 41111ss.




.' ___ .0. """"" ., -_....----_.... ;;.. --.:,-........- -......" ...., ,.".:,.do.: >..... -.;.,, -x .



; .......,., --. :..... n.-. <.. ,_..,"IIK! ........ c-- .......... .. L4 1!"" "", ,". .,,i ..... ':-:. ..... ;. -..-4'J: o,..."..(. "' -"'='"" ".... "" .... ...". ,, -< -, -




si



i


I ill THE DAILY NEWS: PEN3ACOLA FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JULY 24,1902



I F. C. BRENT, Prest T. K. HYER, Jr., Cashier. I"

.. STATE HAPPENINGS.Litigation !I Salt Rheum '.I Wm. H. KNOWLES, Vice-Prest. J. S. REESE, Asst. Cashier. Strol est t in th \\'orlf


-" . S of Plant Will. : You may call it eczema tetter or milk:
; The First National BankOF
j The Flint estate seems likely to !: crust. The .J:.Annual Sure
But: no matter what yen call it, this tin nen. t.1.
Kktered at the Post Office at 1'entacola be tied in litigation for some time ,
up Ending
I in December
I I di-eaM which comes patches that burn :iuf (ao, Ir.r
1 ria. lecond-class matttr.I
to come. Charles E. and Horace K. itch discharge a watery matter dry and PENSACOLA.
I of half-brother of the''i scale: owes its esisttni-e to the presence of
South : Hadley, son a
OFFICE :-IUfi Building 211JS
tumors in the
i system.
fftlfttox itreet up-ilairs. late Henry Bradley Plant, have at-j i|, It will (continue to exist, annoy, and j-er- 1 THE[ [EQUITABLE l[

I Uched a part of the $;M 000,000 estate haps :agonize:, as long as thete humors If You Want a Bank I
remain.It .
i iI
THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. to guarantee payment of certain annuities
is always radically and permanentlycured I
i in which they are interested. byHood's j Ii i UH ASSURANCE! [ ZOCIEIy
'
Terms: Invariably in Advance. I Mr. Plant limited the bulk of his Sarsaparilla i We Will Lend You One ,

I v One Year by Mail .. ,.. .....Jaoo estate to the issue of his grandson, \ i Assets,; .. . .. . t _.
i I !Months ... ,_. .... ... .. .. .., :: wORe which expels all burners, and is positively 1;, j .
now eihtyearsold. Judge Leven- I unequalled: fur all cutaneous eruptions. Reserve and other Liabu,
Week,by Carrier, Payable Monday 1U tritt of New York declared the testament -j ities . . . ;: "
--
r r TELEPHONE NO. 118. I invalid but litigation: has continued : Let Year Nickles and Dimes Grow Into Dollars. 6urplusfrom which Div,.-- --

M t seadilHer since. Accord- ; THE IVY CLUB I dends are paid. . -
rt Adttrtisirg Rates Furnished on Application I ing to the estimate of an actuary employed : '"

: the chances of the grandson i isurving I Did you ever know that money can be made to grow? It is a fact and i Paid to Policyholders i m

I until the date of the distribution not a theory, and this letter will tell you all about it. I 1901... .. ... .. . .? .

'+LABEL : of the estate under the will is i PICNIC I The First National:: Bank, Savings Department, ha inaugurated:: a system New Insurance in liiul .' :. .-

I limited. of savings that is easy, comprehensive and practical, and to those who TotaIIuuranceil1forc
I I Dec. :31 Ul'Jl.otwithstanding.. . .. .. -
adopt it, may prove a blessing at some time. It will enable men, women : : -_'

Indian* Digging ForVaier.. I The picnic at Magnolia ISIutf to- I and children to save small change and large change, small bill* and large ;\ the
PEH8AOOLA. JULY 2-1, 1902 bills, at a time when it can be best spared and, before you know it, youhave cial strength of the Society
Fort Myers Press: Bill Brown and morrow, to be given under the auspices greater security whicn
II-
his son drove in from their Everglade of the Ivy Club, gives every i iI j i accumulated a good sized bank account. holders thereby enjoy t1 (I'' :.
; IN the official count of the congressional ; store on Tuesday bringing in I I I I The Little 1IO.MH 3IOXKY SA VIMS is a solid steel bank, which is are LOW and Ul'-\I .\XT"I i:-

primary Escambia will several hundred 'gator hides. Bill indication of being a social occurrence kept at home and is always handy. It i is so well protected that nothing ter than given by uther c

!1. come first on the list with I.fcl2 votes, that will live in memory for along I.1 I short of a sledge hammer can destroy it. The slot through which moneyis
1 says it has: been so dry at his store in t
i .I with Jackson a close; second with I time. deposited is protected by a patented device, so that it is impos-ibie to
j the Everglades that he has had to KNOWLES lilios.
each majority for La- I out when once placed therein. .
1,745. giving a jolt or pry money
set the Indians to work digging for Features will be numerou, interesting -
t OXi: SINGLI: IK>LLAIt, more if choose
mar. By depositing or you ,
I water f jr the oxen. Last; year at j and attractive. The mana e.i Generaljremi...
with The First National Bank, it loans: you one of thee little banks and
I this the Indians to the I Ii
; SOME 1 one asked; the Memphis season came i lent know how to do things in away issues you a bark bx>k with 1HM.LAK Oil )( slit(: placed to your 309 S. Palafox St.. PEN \<
store in canoes. j jI
I Commercial-Appeal, What i i.* de I i ': to attract persons and have resolved credit. When the bank I is handed you it securely locked, and The First -

I' 1 r mocrac '.' And the reply came, 1 I Alatliua ('4,111,11 (;naerb )feet. i iI i i to put that knowledge into j jj i National Bank keeps the key. You take it home and drop your coins or FRANK SECARFSBATH HOUSE:

quick: as a tlish\ : "It i islikereli, inn.lIiti bills into it as you can spare them ; bring your little b ink and your book _
1 ellect and hive something to amuse .
The Alachtu county Ions staple i
When it, know it j Deep water "fo,1 I b t: i J'
you've got you ; tfJ 1'111: I'lltsT NATIONAL I liANK where it unlocked!, the money
J cotton growers held a very interesting i;I and interest ever} body. day, for whrcompartment- ("Hi.i; ,
) t when haven't you are always ia and the whatever
: you counted your presence amount, it may be, placed to r..r I.Kin .
a'kinjrwhat it i.;." and ;succe-jful meeting at Ala-1! A list of five prizes which are now t, your credit on the bank book The bank is then lucked u, and handed tendant. Ncatf-t. In -t w,
t -- chua Saturday; at which tuey coma I
i on exhibition, will be given away.,i back to you. bath houe in t'i.!' c'j"
of a pleted amusements for the erection .
Font Michum's republican cent KKV.Cor. '
this being not the least attraction of ,, The little savings accumulated in tin- way soon grow into mighty dollars -
beet : of t-J.ttiO; cotton warehou ; ('evall.aid: 7.t ,
su .ir anti.rtciprocityn' !
i ir :_ 1 \ which draw interest the of
at rite 4 centum ,
per pr annum and if
it have been defeated in For the rotate A..ociation of Cot- the d-n' It is urgent tint competi-i you
gref-men I 1 I I let it stay there you will soon have: Hl'MMtKDs:! ; 01' DOLLAKs.
'
: ltd t' their contents for reuoinination, and ton Grower, Vandyke Ellis will or- tors ff>r all prizes be: on the grounds, j
This harr."t'u itself one of the be-t system for "a\ in? money ever 134 134 134 1311:
i if' tLe "commercial democratwho i jganiza Columbia county and J. 2s.: '
: Two pretty and popular young1i adopted, and i H worthy of your attention. .
boat Dupuis will do the same for Marion i iI -'- '
-t sailed in the same are lookingjcared. I ladles: will receive all tickets. This

k Most of them realize now county The annual: convention will !i and or-1 i iI One Dollar Is All You Need to Start On. 134- -15- ; A;
is !'omethingentirely new
'y i that the defeat of reasonable reciprocity I be held the first Saturday in r'ep- I I Anta's' Teltn./

the ', tember. ''igiual and: should take well with : Come in and if little '
hit i means possible annexation I gt-toue < the-e home binkbefore thy are all 'HIP. 134 III.' ror "" I,' -34

." of Cuba, which would be worse I the young people. !, Or, if you cannot call end a postal card. and one of ..jr ag'i.twill; call nn .1

II for them than reciprocity. !i j Contiicated; the !SeineOcalaKveimijjStar I I i with a bank. .. .- .
At night there will be all kinds of i, upon you
,
; William Hut-I 134 134 134 134 13-1
AGKlClMlHAIi COMl'.UtlsONS.: firework and many excellent pyrotechnic -j ... .
-
-
j son came up today from Like Weir, : ,' ------ -

Mot Floridians are optimistic where lie re-arrested the party of, di-playb will be given. This I The First National Bank Do yu want a 1II.11..1IU, a

4 enough to believe, on general principles : five white men, the Black brothers 'I''! will alone be worth many time; j I for little moutIi I -.
'
Stephenth": Hcorumodate
and in accordance with their and other, who were to have been I II over the s mill admission i fee. Savings Department. jt-wd r. w
you.
desirethat growth and progress j I tried tomorrow before Judge Bul-j i i _
I
lock and confiscated their !I Men Will I5e Roj.
splendid
tt have been constant and satisfactorythroughout : 1
SAMPLE SKIRTS Saves a Woman's Life. IEVERYt
; the state at least, since new seine in the name of the state, j In the excitement of a lively exercise : I In"e

orange I and brought it up on the train. He Ii i like boat-racing or ball-playing, : [ are showing a line of To have givn up would have meant

( groves a few years ago; ; butt i caught the men making; a haul with t-iey wiil strain their muscles and go new model Walking Skirts.Ladies death for Mrs Lois Crag, of Vcr. I

''t t few are inclined to a careful examination I the seine the day after they were released i home limping and sore. Then theyare I desiring to make Chester Mass. For years she had! HOUSEWIFE

of the record in order to verify and allowed to go home. } glad they have Perry Davis' I selections -endured untold misery from a severe

t their i i -- -- ---- Painkiller hand for the Fall can lung trouble and obstinate ) .
C a""ertions. Perhaps that is the I on to soothe the j (( Ilgh Ncccis a Bottle

# A., be-t way, but it is always well t" j I hake Into Your -h"f'KlIeu's quivering nerves ; to penetrate the : have their measures taken, "Often" she writes, "I could !soaruly i

Ej i t 4 rely upon fact rather than: argu- i:, .\ Foot-Ea-e, a powder. It mu-cles with warmth and healing select materials and styles, breathe and sometimes could not ot f Turpentine!

meutand; a brief reference to the iI j cures piinfulmarting, nervous feet i power. It has relieved the pain of I subject to approval when speak. All doctors and remedies failed
I
%11 record" of the agricultural; department and ingrowing.' nail, and instantly i iI | two generations of American j they arrive. Call at once, till I used Dr. King's New Discoveryfor l'ithi"r whether C..r (lui'b-ann:r-i:1 i'':' -i 1,1.') i .i/ i.. ,_

may set -ume of us to thinking I, takes the sting out of corns and bun- Large bottle; 25: and oo; cent*. |II Consumption and was completely I Cutllrui-"- ,.r 1.1 .
will be returnedin
about Florida's! : needs and how to i 'us. I'.';; the greatest comfort dis- I as samples I cured." Sufferers from coughs. col.ls, 1'vtTyln'ily U'. .w- v > i-

it fultill them. 10 days. throat and lung trouble need this Spirit"f I'm i
1 I.4"1K j I I covery of the age; Allen's Foot- CREEK SAID HIS ; to ,!I't .

The fon-olidated returns of the s:i Ea-e makes tight or new shoe* feel Respectfully! .1' grand remedy, for it nevi r disap it I i- ; 11'i ", bBuffalo.

values "if Florida's ariculturalpro.; e i-S'. It is a certain cure for -weal 11[ "JI. .101IXSOX j- SOV.CONCERT points.: Cure is guaranteed by W..1.

u II.: j i; ductions for the year Is'jn, as contrasted II in? callous and hot, tired, aching KNIFE WAS STOLEN:;' I i ID'Alcmberte, drug/bt.l Pn i.''', .'.".

I ;v with tho-e of the year ly''.). i feet. Try it t,)-tl-i ff. :Sold by all __ I I AND DAXCET I land $I!f).). Trial 'ttks frt .

i yhow that the value <.f the state's i drujgi-ts:; and -hoe -toreDon't LGXOLLBI.l'FF THURSDAY:;

I t Held crops for the lirt named: year j accept any -ulJ"titutt' By mail for25c. A Greek merchant conducting a ; NIGHT. TIL11NSATS. S:30: AND OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine

were only a fiactiou IIn.rI cent i : in U: LAST TRAIN RETURNS= AT
Flu :
j per stamp'T'rial package :i: -tore on North DfVnlifrstreet, reported -
!i..' greater thallll1l If-yj: ; tint of its crops Addres Alleu :S. Olmsted; Le Hoy.X.Y. I 11:50. TICKETS 2J: CENTS. AT
tk" thi* morning the theft of a' ') '-t'r" tud,, ,. Try N' -n' .
) Ii; of ves-table and garden productsi' I DEPOT. Nn .\ 1'-i LF.
"- i iI valuable knife which he had brought' -- I _
I .: j ; a
was nearly : J4 (per cent less ; that of I II u
Take the children out to the
fj ltd crops of fiiuts nearly o> per cent :: over from his native country. The see I'SANTA ROSA SURF
HAVE PURCHASED Burning Lake at Magnolia Bluff
greater ; that of its livestock nearly knife was peculiarly marked!, andidentification ;
'
'1 I Friday night.! July 2'). Trains leave
BATHING ESTABLISHMENT
+ ;P l :Il't'r cent greater ; that of its poultry'nearly dif-1
would not be very at35n: and !8:30 2t
: In
: FLORIDA p.
14'''.. percent: greater: ; that I LAND ficult. I Ii Mfg C .
f t>l it- dairy products:: more than 04 i Fi-h chowder will l"frvtd ev.-ry
John Abdelcater, colored, was arI I SURF-BATHING EXCURSION.Friday Sunday( evening. Private l'&rtlt: : .
per cent leand! that of its miscellaneous lC l- :i who (fturaiitf: i: Ati- ,
can : to have the same or
> products nearly :27'; '.. percent Quite a number of Chicago !home- rested on suspicion of having been !I night, steamer Enterprise. I other arrange refrehmentserved at ,
and '
I
i';; t Ifs-s, than in INS: The t.:11'alue : seekers, who have purchased land the thief, but the evidence as given j Will leave Palafox wharf at 7:30: limp during the week at reaiiialtf Only 10 Cents a Bot

I. ,t iu art!II! w'.t0 I 12 per cent le-* than: in Laurel failed p. in. JOE REED, i I term :See' manager:
I near Hill, will arrive here tonight j to incriminate him and he .
CHA H. HI :TOX.I
:
: 1W>I.i I. I td Agent. :I All kilof C(1r : I
F' !
y en route fr:>m Florida to Chicagu. was discharged. The Greek said this -- I I -
{ I The increase: in SOIIIP special I ..
chairs
crop- M'i
f. 1i; I rocking at
E r was particulirly jjratifyiujrshowing: I ; They will stop at the Lewis j, morning that no other fellow in town I GRAND PICNIC AND CON- FAMILY SEASON TICKETSAT .

.iil!. E '. thatdiver-ity habeen, the rule. The House, where reservation has been !i had a knife like hi,.. I CERT, UNDER THE AUSPICES:: I, t$' Quina's. Prices III' r;

.J t I, I I I II'ur Ii OF THE CONCORDIA CLUB, AT SICARTS BATH HOUSE ; loUl.I .
volume of
i the corn crop waover 2\\ made for them.These LUXOLI.BLUFlo'TH l"RDA y, I _. _. .
: j (h'fOr .
? : S IIYpar j
1.iI I ; people have expressed; greatatifactiou I i Mass INFLOW'S 8ooTHis $KVP balI JULY21.. TICKETS; CENTS: ; Frank =Sigan: will i--ue ltd funily GO 'I'! ,

I I with soil and climatic I been used for over sixty ,years by inillionsol CHILDREN, 10 I CENTS. TRAIN season tickets for baths at hi- -tt.-ii-
.- I greater. Tobacco increased in vol i mothers for thrtr children ,. bile tertbioiwitli
't'.' s I!, nine iit-urly I I'.M'J j' per cent, and in I I conditions in this state, and no great ,, perfect sUCCt'. It soot bee the child i I WILL LEAVE l'I0lJEPOT did bath house, for a family of one I BOOKSTORE
I ]'; IUt..O! the gums.allaye, all pnmcures wind : A I' 31'.M.ANIt S 1'1.. SHARP. three fur theci ,,
to at tl.uO allot
.' \ 1, i value nearly :{:!'j per: cent.: Hay in- | prompting was necessary to Induce :i i colic and" the brat reinwjy. for HiHirUocaIt n : CO E'
i is
8 'I
will relieve the ,
poor little sulrer immediately. PROF. CHAFFERS1 COMPLETE for a family of from thr- for two
.(. crea 'I ot tbe 'i\urld. CONCERT HAND WILL FURNISH dollars. These
iu value nearly I I.5 cent. i Twenty-Hve cents a bottle 1 -ea-on: tirkftwill -
per
t. Syrupiuereaed the party came down several months 1 1I >, He Burr you ask for "M r*, Winslovt'g Sootb- THE MUSIC. AMUSEMEN
t : entitle the family to bathe wh"tll.nr
s' iu volume nearly 21! percent ng !'yrup"and tukenoolber kind.

",. I !, .' and in value over 3 per cent. I' airo purchased the lands and then''' : T AND SPOREFOIIEVERV-I they wi-h throughout tile -ea"un. Hammocks

.l n. IIM': The rice crop increased slightly, returned to Chicago. On this trip PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL BODY. I-I-td ::t J 1111 1'4 1JJak" ( '
t ---- -- : i'I i
f. ; ,;' !. while the sugar product and that of i they have all brought with them

rt ail. I s oats and some other staples de- their wive*, who FRESH LIMES FINE STATIONERY. Novels.
.k III! I Willl'.lS judgmenton lliinl .\lInnaOf'.i'... |{cjiiih, gel.tember (.. I

1 t, 1. creased.There. the investment. I.;. 111'_. aKiKlw A1J. ALFMAN'Sluo.oixi I I ]!,..t SVrit..r- .: -

:'I iTi.td f',r thought in theettatitics I Among tho-e in the party that: Jnu' rj. iMij. 1 I I i C. V. Thompson, Nn. I 11 I"'outhPalaCox .
lit and the leon they teicli, Kodaks.
I I limeto be' closed out at I u I street, ha- ju-t opened t
.y t ; i will reach here tonight are A. M.j
w"IIII" that involved
as in a I
study
I I'idethnrnnh
less than
half
Cent
j The aim of thi- school! ito grono;
'v g ., i i" of the population: return., to which I Soderlind and wife, Fred le'l1ol.1..1 I II \ ; HIGH CHOOLand be sold; to each customer at that I P"I'kH. ":t-r- i :

l ; ;j r' '. THK ;\ t\\: ntretofore adverted, and wife, Fred Karl-ten and child !' COLLEGE PREPARATORY in- i rate. Come quick and avoid theru.h. white, blue and griy, with Baseball Goods.
I -tructiou. T'iechool Retail price 10 cents a dozen,
i of
i : h that should immediately be j e-pecial to match, Oxford iu
!! j steps and E. Hike. at H. Alfmau's fruit t"re.n.j: : Envelopes ;
South
intere-t to three cla =e* : -
I P.m. '.
k 'i i .: tiken to encourage immi rttion. 1 Palafox street next the I'o-tal also Mail Tab! with Mak.1 I
r It learned that j 1. Tho-e who having completed to Foreign ts Knvelopes : I
i 'I a party

tJ: I.i. l I.!,:."*> :- Don't Fail to Try This. I i I ditiontl purcha-trs ofadjprospective will I the pursue grades their of the studies public further school with-wish'to Telegraph_office_ u __ __ __23jy-l\n:_ ., to match. Ink. Peiici's.Penholders Fishing Tackle.

I $ ,: j| out having home. P.hnkbook. Files, etc J.lllfooi. JjookP ,
I' Wn( ne\er an honest trial is given be here within a short time. ; : 1 Marston $ Quina
:!. Those who wi.h, with the aid carry
1- 1 to Electric Hitters for any trouble it I i i! I etc., always on hand. I.n.' "
i. Kidney- of the careful individual attention the largest line of matting THE "
Treat Your For Rheumatism. | ( "
'} tF : is recommended for a permanent cure j 1 1I that can be given in smaller elates 1 Phone \234.: i it..iA 11\. -

I -i' will surely be effected. It never fails I When you are suffering from rheumatism -I :and a longer yes-ion, to advance ,, rugs, window shades, etc., I -.

-'1. li'M' .. to tone the stomach regulate the kidneys the kidneys! must be attendedto more them in rapidly than is possible for i in the city. We lay our -
c public chools.
'I!\P and bowels, stimulate the liver, at once so that they will eliminate': 3. Tho-e who I matting free.CONCERT .
are I
1' fitting themselves J. M. FOLK MAN
t 1 t !n>igoiate the nerves and purify the the uric acid from the blood. Foley's 1 for college. f1/ / .

''t 'r Wood. It's a wonderful tonic for rundown Kidney Cure is the most effective In addition to the u-ual instruction AND DANCE AT \M/

I lllectric Bitters remedy for this R. T. Hopkins in English, Mathematics, History I 1'EAI.KK INII'JLL
sysurus. posithcly purpose. MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY
i Geography, L-rtin, etc.,i lIiitruc.tion I
.4 l' i I cures kidney and liver troubles, of Polar, \Vis., says: "After unsuccessfully i otlered, u-Hhwii <.rtrn tuition NIGHT. TRAINS AT 8, !S:30 AND .... \ '

it I {.,i ctomach disorders, nervousness sleeplessness doctoring three years for in Greek French. German and Span; : : I Ii 9. LAST TRAIN RETURN" AT \ PAPER'si! ';

.1 1 z. rheumatism, neuralgia, and rheumatism with the best doctors, I i ish. The school is conducted at the 11:50. TICKETS 2>, CEN TS AT /I .\ -____ t! I :. .'

t1 4 7"1 ii r expels malaria. Satisfaction guaranteed I tried Foley's Kidney Cure and it ;corner;streets of \West a building Gadden; which and =Spring is to I' DEPOT. t4 i rj l f\\ \A' : ,\..... I Feather Scroll 15 .

; i j I <: t by \V. A. D'Alemberte, druggist. !1 cured me. I cannot speak too highly be arranged/ to adapt it especially to -- -- 4 1 t II 4 < ;i" r r

V I d f: .. Only DO cents.MKAT I jof this great medicine." Sold by \V.A. the needs of the: school.! : This weather makes the n:t1' \ :1 Dining Room Tape try. Ii % ,
The number of pupils in attend- : grass grow. You I ; :
] DAkmberte, 121 South Palafox can buy f 1\\\ .
tI! if at.ce limited. Hence i i --
those -
d '
:'. I .\: MALT has a marvelous : street. :oir. keen cutting Lawn .Mowers \ )o1 ...
log admittance !should
J ij ;I. dietetic value. While refre-hin I communicate i 1 : '
1 Contractor
h for ;
J\ Dccoraf
:Ii! early as; po-ible with the Princi and Grass Shears from the :
CONCERT AND
1 and pleasant to take, it helps aiau- I DANCE ATMAGNGIA !

i i lation of ',"Ij. Sold by HLCFF THURSDAYNIGHT. pal.For further information, terms and Willis Hardivare- (Jo' s. / J Call I'p )IMi'm t.l fIr l)n.p a T ",.I.. '

BRO TRAINSATSS:3OAND catalogue:: address .
,t' 1x-1'
.l I- ; 'ft't D.INNHEISSEER 9. LA>T TRAIN RETURNS H. CLAY}OIi>Tk() (;, I O ASTOTtXA.Van All Work C O. D. and OM-,

t t Garden how a the-Willis 11 :50). TICKETS Principal, orPEKCIVALH.WJIALEY ti. Y.,u t fcA V2i 'I tie \V' -_ '.
I : 23 CENT AT 3tusn a Corner nl'l n and (;,\prhlll '" "r" -r-
JR.'ssitant.
; Hardware Go's. DEPOT. I \ ,, b-I--- .,..
r ( .
'
it I i (/ OCt CIcek .tH of Po.tcltct.: H qtr




,



.,-. .... -: .v1. """"'i'I_. ,I >! _. _"T" ..... .. ,.4 "...- ._. .._.- .,,, _...",, ._,... ,..d" J'_' ............! ......". .....s., .._ .""",.5-7'rte..._-"' .. T'i". '__' """""' """' '" V


[ Pi r t





11

THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8AQOLA FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY 241902. j }


No. OOO3. I I

*. c O'NEAL, President; F. C, NORTON Cashier ; THE I : I It I 1 t
FOSHEEVice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. WEATHER j I

'.J. Condensed StAtoxx&exi.t of the At the Soda fountain. i 1H ; I II


AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF TODAYLocal I -I



PEXtJACOLA, FLORIDA AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS JULY 15, 1902
When
'orecaH- !towerj tenight and Friday you want the most
.
: .
(From Report to Comptroller.) ; light to fresh north winds. L-- exhilarating draught you

3 always want water. '
REr50CnCE5.: Temperature in Last 24 Hours ,

.. Ihlf- . .. ...... ...... ..... .... f331.69S.79 Capital Stock ....LIABILITIE.. .. .. ... ... ...... .... $200.000.00 I I Minimum Maiitnum.............._........................................,..... .... 7 Wdegree degrees! i t

I I L".Ul ..... ...... ...... .... .. .. 29.5'3667 Surplus Fund.. .. ...... .... .... ...... .. .. .. 10.000.00
. .. .. ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. .... I.
: 1 r: 1. 76.9jj Set Profits ..... ..... .... ... .. ..,... 7612.72 Rock
: \ .. t; .:;1. and Premium. .. .... .. .. 'J,21.(IO Rediscounts ...... .... ... ... .... .... .... 19,500X1, Temperature Elsewhere :. f/f1i16
.: trite,, etc. .. .. ... .... .. .. .. 2.62..00 Circulation..... .... .. .. .. .. .. .... .... .... :5,00000tud Mm. MIn '
: -. Fixture.... ... .. .... .... 6.718.48 DepoSitii! .... .... ..... ... ... .. .... .. ... Atlanta... ...... .............. M M
3,9i3. Bismarck ...... ........ _..........._
w ft!!
. ... .. ... .... ... .... ...... ?
."'::1' .1- !!1J.l2 Chicago ..... ......................... 1 J II i
t. ;j Exrhauge:: .......... .. ... ... .... lRi-l51.27 Cincinnati...........?___._... ., 61 LlnJlA Waf6f
t. ___ Galvefiton.... .,.?._.. ...,.._b" .s
Huron. ..... _.. .............._ w ft:
$(w7,0fc6.29 t657.0: 6.29 Jacksonville ..........,...._. .... .t-s 70 I
1.1\ opened for business October 23: 1900. Kansas City .__.... __.........?..>s n served at the fountain,
: We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give Key West.... ._.. ................... ><< HI
prompt, courteous and careful attention. Memphis ...... ..... .._....., ....... rt To sparkles like fine wine ; it
Mobile ..... ........._.......... ........ (m (>o
4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Montgomery ................. ..._... n 71 II y is only water bubbling! ove
New Orleans........................ v* 71
Sew york......... ..... .....:......... MI, t.s I !I with pure ozone.
-- _. Savannah ........ ............. \/* 74
I St.:; Louis, ............................. M ill i : Bottled at Waukesha. Wit.y .

B. H. FAIRCHILD, ROBINSON I I .; t FOR SALE HERB: BY
'
THE AUGUST If ;
a Man Lie to You,
,
L. Bear & Agents
CI'IIOLBTI3FIAItI: : And say some other salve, ointment

Asr RO"dANA STREET. I SENT UP FORTVO : lotion oil or alleged healer is as good
BELMONT
M J Refinishing Furniture a ![ I as Bucklen's Arnica Salve tell him

Special!,. II I II \ YEARS ; thirty years of marvelous cures of .

I I : Piles, Burns Boils, Corns Felons;, .
I QUO 40D. IN THIS PORT =52525252.522525252 s; sr.1
.._ I Ulcers, Cuts Scalds, Bruises and Skin ,,I g "

I He, Will Eruptions prove it's the best and li1 1 //J \I
!
R. K. WHITE Robinson the negro (.
i I cheapest. 25 cents at W. A. D'Alem- t9 L1]
who was convicted of horse stealing, L; I
Manufacturing Jeweler'Oi'tician ARRIVED THIS MORNING TWO berte's drug store. Pt"tJ
was this[ morning sentenced: by c L1

.i.luJlt> j Jud A. C. JJlonut Jr. I NAVAL STOKKS; MAKKKI.
I DAYS AHEAD OF TIME.A e to two yearsat J )

.t Pra..rala, FI.I --- : hard labor in the state. peniten- H f port"! nMj for The Nevrn bJ ;} q.. (.] IL.- fu

r-- T -,- -..,.-- ...--- j ti:1ry.I j t'nlofJ'al Store Co.I .
Y magnificent record was that \
.
Robiitien's lawyers: ; previous to' I! kO'I!' i iI 252.S2.5C.S Z-'L' Z:LJnCr7.lrirMONDAY'S
made the I j ww _.. *::1 7n" H........... _._U Tow ,
I by steamship Au.rntllelmont I the sentence argued motion that _. ....
a a | (; a si ( i % ,
-- -- -
NEWS NOTES 2WJ!! tons, comtmnded by !, new trial be given the reverend I-I XI"I If. .._.. 1 30M "

'I : ... .. ... .I'M' K .. ..... I 25! I
Captain n.)gers. The vessel arrived : client, but the motion was not con- K .. .. ... I' .';, U 1 :!
.
I "... .. .. ....
1.\
,_ this; morning from Antwerp and she lered a good one and was over- M below 1 1 l'I I
I i( tlrta1TsTearrarliE-II- l-i
':.b" be :going j ,came: in two days; ahead of the due ruled by Judge; m unt. 1

hut; this mnrnin? I I The prisoner aro e, faced the court 1i i
on which she was expected. ,
a mass of basket* I and received the MARITIME.i
: sentence in a quiet I

'd. essentials. II. This; steamer was built exprely I way, then quietly submitted to handj i ....SENSATION.... (

A'sochtion; [ of ;for the Louiville & Na-hville Rail- 'j culN;; being placed on his wrists; and 'j jj EXPORTS.
I
.* ill meet Thursdiy i. I I! roid C01l11:1uand: this isherfir-ti i j accompanied the sheriff back to the I I J For July to datI:1 41'I ,
-----
!lck at the reriK r I \
j 1 i Aiihi- n. MID-SUMMBK SALEi4)ln '
She several county ]j'lil. ,
brought over
,
Welles on Eat:: voyage. I Br ss August Kflinoc'-V7.: Roger, Antwerp .
x.1 In passing sentence Judge Hlount to L N H K
thousand tons of rail for the I.. & I Tug Echo with l>arg.-s Tabor and Ajax
'1 allowed the from Jucaro I
: >(t at 111 West railroad, from ( er1l1an '. i I attorneys sixty days to I :,
tile a bill of Should; :
I.:' Frankie Clifton exceptions. : this I b.ULKU. i

arty hour this The steamer was docked, on the I also be turned down, an appeal will Amsch Humarock, IVtfr. Philadelphia
Br bkt Hindu Lee. Ko-nno
J"nefined thei east side of Commandancia wharf be taken to the state I It l>k "ailltuua Maria, Imlio Civitavecchia

i two inmate $;5J Ii I.K i I.I and work of taking out her cargo Robinson will be carried supreme to court.the Kus bk Kheayroo., Lubtck R [ [ f FABRG8J!


was commenced this afternoon. On penitentiary: tomorrow morning; in i ('::: '
I' \ day are i
; the that It hkCersagIkreball: Kozza. hy IVniacola
event a supercedas bond for -
I' i I n uPruiel ; account of the peculiar con-tructioii I Lumber Co for lI.hllZol Hay with n1 .
sixty days be not made in that I.M.is (t sawn timber :i3u i s It iUal>, viiliu- '
'oJ r I tiro! *e of the vessel, it i is expected that she I i,5."JO \ I\\'S. t-: ,

; v I tugs: time. I __ _
c HI be unloaded much more expedi- ------ -
1 'ft !ti't :OTtrK': TO MARINFl': .
t'.l1ly than other rail-laden ships i For pimple*, blotches, bad complexion Commander .1 II Hull. Inspector t.f the 2 SOLID CASES \ LINEN GRENADINES.I ; !:
Hood's Sarsaparilla;; the Seventh Lighthouse district hu issued tile

t r'1.r wl.ich have arrived previou-ly. This; | uudicine to t.lkt'-it established Ij I I olloning ftnsiieola otlicml I'.ay and notice tllttnct'"y: \ and ,I SALOME BATISTE Mercerized Fantisy Cliambrys,
i i Outtr hunk Huuy ",01'.11 .t'contl-cllI-' nu. I
i- apih ,' expected+l to bedone IJy the wharf this fact. was rvtiiblislieil June Jt, I'."-', en tilt |
I' : 'f / following In-aringsvlz: NOVELTIES!
uiy |)
I ,Jeer I'jint I IViuoii Light t:. by N. ANDERSON'S SCOTCH MADRAS.'
,, employes.
I I' i i I'W 1 1'100? REGISTRATION NOTICE 1'ennnfola Luht-Hou-e. W. N W', W.
Knduf \\estcoall I wharf 'artl. \. 'Actual worth \\2h and 15c yard .
I r 1 i : I r. l/ navy : .
.Jm-/j Prominent L. & N.o111cials, amoi g The reici.-tration, book will be '_ \\'. I 0lirFllIl, : Mllk "r ?.. Ih""f ; i
1"' ., ;i', i This! buoy Is placed at the southeasterly I
I office i ,
at the Cl'llfthou..e
opened in
iI I whom i is; I'resiJentMilton H. Smith, : my point of the ilve-fathotacurvyoff 1'ensaoola trn-: liii" -- t ii.I ti."-t ;l''.jml.it it .It. j
J ; "> .i- iu I'Hi-acola, Fla.. commenc- navy yard I\ mark, the channel to an- I IfleJIoeilayIOcOR 0 a I 0 C .
aJ"ruing-1 i .. ,
are expected here before the vessel i ins the first Tuesday in August; churaue ground lor deep dritu.ht vessels. 11.11-I .11,1-) I H. i I if tl -rp-nh. tint .-* !
; f veiling; .l i iic three days in each week-Tuesday, I '.lrJf" ii I I Inwortii1--tt.aiit.'a l ,
\, : r gar:< and setw ; I leavtIt is probable a Loui-ville Tliurdiy and Saturday.: !'I TH'fc TO MAlttNElls. 10 YARDS I FOR lti5c.and! .
i- .,;he-t at !):J3i | I find the old! registration i books Regulations: of the Marine Hospitaler- I up tUH. the yard: . to go rl J; ,

i wih again reach party will arrive tomorrow. i I' badly: copied, and will say vice require the Inspection of vessels (ruin till' -fl-,1lll'HHl )ri 'f <.r''
|
to tho"e who have had any trou- i foreign ports \domestic ports north of 8 Pieces ''Anderson's"Celebrated I > ,.
it ><::11 tonight I i houtheru Maryland but vU such ports nt '
front Hut. to CuM. ble by their name not being properly '
.4 !
pislandwherefull prati iii is givifor 25c yard. !
!I0. highest at 9>:2'.t: 1 registered on the book*, that if a southern port Inspection h not pre- Scotch Madras. ,.
Dysentery; i i'l prevalent everywherein :i.i
to entrance, ____
I '.4tti:; at night. they will call at my ollice on thedays requisite i 1 '
-tinnner and i idue to miasmatic "
named I will correct all such Former price waL''jc: : yard i ii I
I I'.", whillIwiu' poi*<>n*, and begins: abruptly with errors and do my utmost to get the I aw.ruE.the j JUST ARRIVED !i :

Milway yards: yo... II illlllll1U1ationllf the mucous lining 1 books in proper shape for the generalselection. fallowing Marine;hospital Mervk'c has Issuedthe i i .MONDAY I.V. ;'

left the track at : of the large bowel. In America the | N.AHAMS, "\:'oftstlnjessels which are known and FULL LINE VELVET RIBBONS
which trade wnU KlorUIa | I
I :Supervisor; Registration County.jyl9td are in regular '
llflmont allll'Ltc-1 disease is common but properly I 'from domestic withoutdetention ports of the t'I1Il'd stntet, ] 22 PIECES :
I > ml'ntpr or fn'pectlonwitb i
Thf ,;; were treated does not result as seriously I as I the understanding If sickness of Al.l. \\11)1 liS.
ALL WHO UK: ATOMIZERS in SATIN STRIPE FIGURED SWISS.
any clmnictrra"tsoi-\er shall develop( ,1
after de- in the tropic- Perry Davis' Painkiller
t-
again: a
:heating n.tal catarrh will get the during the voyage to Klorul ports snail !
IIInutep! A de- is; the best; known remedy and : be-tjresult: from Kly'* Liquid Cream i bpectlon' report to and the disposition.quarantine" officers for la-: i| Former price 2-1: and l :&.;>c yard Sash and Neck Ribbons i n!I
the ino-t tllisaciou in the treatment
.->-d thelIullacci. : I _____ ;
of dysentery. ISilm. Price including spraying .MOMlAY 1..,'. in all I'..|,ul! it S1 i. 4.I--. i '

---- tube TGcts, Sold by druggists or I THE SHIPPING. -- '

.;1. wine of the I b..,-t Everybody has a right to a little 'j mailed by Ely Bros., oti Warren St., :

!I'. acola: division i I I piece of this eartn. But they must New I VKBSELS: IN l'UltrI =WHITE QUILT SPECIALS !! i .I
I flght for it. They mut watch their York.New t '
'in the road and ,' dunce and it. Orleans! Sept. 1, 1'JOn.Mesr. I ;,TFAMSHlrs.Brl'.atten I All 51.23 (,ants go at $!fll 1z. !I .\11' i V, /n--|: .: I': I ;
'.- for :general tt--\\ Thos.togetit C. Watson get & Co. I .*. ELY HKOS: -I sold two I : Hail. 1:175: WeppMiier| Caars: I All #L.u lnilti; g.i at FI II 1;.. Ail t:! '.- 't 1 nt'-! II) 'f <;

| bottles of Liquid Cream Balm i Dunwody.0 I ..... .... ... ,
'._'' your -- ---- -- u.u.
but the boiler wa- | have ome particularly: fine bargainsto 1 I Kr Kgniont; Ca-.tle, 1l'u;; !t. to Sull- : I I
to a cutolner'in.. Iramberton,1415Ielachaie i!
Ivan Luiubfrl'o
i
tucks; ye-terday. offer jut now, and they invite 1 St., New Orleans ; he ha. Span Knero, lI'iII.ll..lgatlo. to Gulf Trau- I

\.v\'>''.- the- it.hop will\,* withk bf a- you You to will come never and regret investigate; having: same.done' 1 u wonderful-.ed the and two mo bottle<:t satisfactory, giving .him' ''1 sit'H&l'cJ toBr Karlbnood, 11'<1', Brown to W 8: Key- !, W. J. & B. FORBES. : ,I

\\ .flat. to. suits. UElt.W.11rDrFF. :,, Am 1..nsllcoll\.I'..>, Leech, to Gulf: Transit II' I
i oGtr I I f
Pharmacist.
1 Scotia IIIHIIUl'r.! totiulf TmnMt Co i H
-- 1! Br Twlckenhain. 1'H.t: parr, tourdcrIt If You' IuTit'1I1. : at the J'.ostun Sh It. s-".' fi" v ir- 0..1| ;
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ................ DANCE FRIDAY Tinm. lj. i.uano to hull 'I ran,1t Co I 1r
t- -4'l'. ........ .. .. .. .. .. .. ........ ,. Span Viviiiit. I'-:".). Kuiz to Butt Transit ; L

I ( I AT MAGNOLIA BLUFFI Co. H ri'$. 'I' I

r \ FRESH SHIPMKNT; OF = '!i DunwodyA Kua Kndymlon, !>-'. Fellersin to Hl\ilfP. Satisfaction and Service

br Kings County :+$t. S.ilter. order
,. .. I Ivy Club will give a dance at
il 3 .----. -----,-&: UAKIil I IIA\i: M MM : "
Magnolia; Bluff Friday evening, July ;
-- i Cut 1u-tr'tha.12! Kairerston. order
2:.. Train leave* the depot at s:30: p. i Nor Avieniorr, lull H"O'Mn.IO order

.. .stiu, 'I'H FI ELD HAMS... in. Tickets-- --L'-J!: -cents.' --- jITtf to Nor It W Kersmliere.S Alf Ke audvr.('r.,, Co 1\111.l.awrl'nct'.IItJ.\lIlIl\l"n 1'eeko toRaars! Dlntw n.- S Boston Shoe Store Shoes ..at ;!

,, CONCERT AND DANCE AT[ oily At o :
- i Nor Figaropwll.Nulsrotoordrr: 1'0I'l'I.\I 1 Ii IiThe [ l
.-.. : i -" MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAYNIGHT. I Nor Hugo, si BI. Haii5>-en, to order ill:
{ Nor Maitna. l"'l. l.ars.'.k.*o S H i, i'o .
TRAINS: AT i:?. b:)" AND Nor Voidenksjold, 7;. !'...&I-en to FriSchrerrr eye ii sati-fied, with the -tyie an linNIi, ; U;.. (not i"
f. JUST RECEIVE 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS: lr 1I..rlmn'r.l"I.liodlll1.: to order perfect! fit and absolute comfort ; the pur-** !1-4 "i\thf1e1 *i tti m hit $ :,1' i It

11:50. TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT Nor sunbeam.. "-", An lerseu. to orderIt price for superior) *\h.>** that will give ltttr urviee i i ,
l'
I ,
Thomas N Luuro loonl..rIIAlllit.'iTI't '
DEPOT. than tho-e purchased fBOSTuHOE.I-ewllf.r... ; I
:

| FRESH FLORIDA SYRUP |= Elegant china closets, Am Hl'rht'rt.Full..r.! t\ti.. Naia.to ordercntavEas. - -- _v- t.. #i I';

sideboards and leather- Br Mabel Dirling, 111, Albany, to Simpson i
'\ PER GALLON. = seat chairs at Marston gQuina's. A Co STORE : ; ::
jf| GALLON JUGS i5cts Br t'ulon.i.!, Foster, to matter
,
Low '
-
-
prices -- --
; easy <
I
!
f' wi: IIAMM.I I-----: payments. Fear of Gallons! Caused Suicide. NATHAN ( i. l'OIWIIIDIII: : I'toprirlur.| j f: I';I

kI'LUSIVf1.Y. Home. 0i; July :2T-John I?. MrOhee. .

.i pi F. Gonzalez & Cots Corn Meal J O T. I.. on trial here tor the murder ofF Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street. I 1 F FTHE j. i I
Millar! '
I I I near Cave Spring last \o'vemtllr '
.: "I
i OT Waleli fob, on I'aUfox between Inlj '
hllrdpn Upturn to Mr'. ommtted! suicide in his "I'I'! J
('I : Morris tendeiicia Beiiroa North I'alstoUrl't't: ,1 f'JtiIOST I !In the V'\A: county jail Tuesday'( "SNTA: UOSA j Fishin$ tackle of a U kinds i t j t

i night./ Thp weapon used was a steel ;! City' B.TfIlC:' 1;1.m.I"H IENr I !and good trait nets at Ine
A plain gold: band Bracelet! K<-
Y
SOL coJ1 I to N"EW i otttce for rewarJ. :it shoe.spring! whic-h With this hf had taken from his'', Bathing in the-warm ?ulf waterjconceeded -* is' Willix Hanlivaer Co.,. a l q'I, 'f'
CAHN & | he had cut a deep !
; to be the fin "t in the :
:' FORT BARRANCAS, Fla., July gash about 3 inches lone and! more world. Everything pleasure with VIRGINIA i iF'.r !
rc 1 1902! Sealed rr l'oal#. i in than an inch deep in his throat from safety. Good board and locl/in, by.. COLLEGE r. I '
I!I triplicate will bp received until 11:30 which he bled to death. Fear of : the day or week. Luncheonpromptly YOt'1 f; 1.11111v' n"'It.lu'. \ a.f.r ; I
k :
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS, 22. 1902. for itikinz: two .... .,.. Ii
a. m. Aug. hanging led the prisoner to take his served at all hours day or ni?ht. ,"p"nt, .rot t. .f for l..d ,
.
"' 'lIonl .
wells here. U, S.' reervp; right to CHARLES H. i 1..1. 'h Iln 1'1' '','Ih; f.. i
life. liritioN: }. !Nw: hiUdi-" ,.'. pai., ... r. I : ,'
ncr Palafox and Intendencia Streets. reject or accept any or all proposalsor ,; : 2m-tf )Ia naber. I L'JlRlIIUlt..oa.r. ..,. I u... .'.?.II," )yo.. .e."I. .
.
t. any part thereof.! Information ___ I rylnlrll.rta r.1... .ii., ,. .it:. J' i I '

c 1 I. 8. arc > Pcnsacda, F1 a. furnished on application. Envelopes Grass SI ears that will cut The finest line of sterling -ilveroods (:rtip l.nn4.-*.n;uor""f.il A.o a.I\., f.a.._.. .. ,_ t..11 ti .",,,led rw s.. I j1
containing proposilshould, be marked ? and silver novelties i.. to be FIOc'tt101t ,fft.- A.L. t
close
"Proposal for Welladdreesei at the Willis! Hardware found at J. I. Stephen. Prices to torcet.loru. ac1! i ,..
;\: :\: SS W. F. COLE, (i. M. 25jy4t-20aun'2:'; Co's. i I please all. MA : i i r it .\ I:i ;>4 Lu.oa.t. ..., .' a


.
f


,' ".... ,,--,, ..... _,_ __ L_...._,__ __ .



"lj..."..... *>'r."J..4 J. '--' :J< jif.--,. ,::- J.- :. ,.. __.1 .i.W .4. ,. .. _.4I!' >:- "!"" ''''' -.4, 04''l'''. < -.'.. J.L 44'.. ,llr 41- .... __ .-' ........... _-... .--. .. .










THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIPA, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1902


-

I WHERE DOCTORS FAIL I FEUD BETWEEN RANCHMEN. f -

THE PAYMENT
,
WILL Mrs. Fred
MAKE Vnra.ih
? Thousands of Sheep and Cattle Slain

OF A DEBT To Cure Woman's Ills, Lydia :E. Through Malice. ,
No. 228 Territorial Street, Benton HArbor
11
?
AFFIDAVITNew Pinkbaja's: Vegetable ('onr- Denver July 23.-A telephone message -

poiniJ Succeeds: irs. !)ill iue received by Mrs. Leonard Sedg- ;
.
[Original.! ] JuuSoii Writes : wick at her home In this city conveyed "I am pleased to give my t r. ,. .
I
j
with i Wine of f r.i
A party of noblemen were amusing the information that her experience
hus
Lease of Life for ar .I i upon Cardui as I am very grateful !. \ '
themselves shooting
near Dijon
"PEAR Ma'. t-Soon after band's sheep ranch near Rock Springs for its help. After my first f.r L .- r' '.

Iowa Postmaster. France. After a shot l-y the Marquisof my marriage two years ao I found Wyo., one of his herders has been' bay y was born I coulJ not a" i,

Tours, stilled at something seen in- myself in constant pain. The doctor killed presumably by infuriated cattle seem to regain my strength Q .fT. r' .' .
Postmaster II. II. Randall of Dun said womb the doctor !1' ..
.
iT.stlnctlj" in a thicket a human cry icy was turned and this herders. although gave me
lap la., says: : "I have len a jrreat caused the pain with coiisiderable ia- I atonic which he considered 11;- J .. .
i I sufferer from Indigestion and resulting W'Ii Leard. The party rushed to the The message also stated that 7.000 .
fiaain-ation. lie prescribed fur for superior, but instead of n'- w f.
me very
evils for years. Being unable to ob point whence it procifded and found a !! sheep had been slain by the same par j getting better I grew weaker ..f I-, "? I II'- 1,1.

tam permanent relief, I rtolved to trj I young ;..irl of sixteen lying on the : ties. every day. My husband .)f rAt i I.. ,

i i Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Ilefore lhac'ground LJ,'(' iu;; from a bullet woundin Mrs. Sedgwick that the home .
says most came oDe veiling with N... ri rwa. manly Hi a '
taken one bottle I knew I had fount her side from the opposite! direction J intense jealousy exists between the some Wine of Cardui and insisted VI:I unbar

what I bad lung looked for. After i a malt cause hurrying and when sheep and cattlemen of that district, that I tike it for a week and ut .tr"II.' --Irr".rl.llant" ,

few bottles I was cured of soreness it he saw what had happened he took the f ss.o klX 'i and that hundreds of cattle I what it would do for me. As he seemed fJMiMMe fur bUM,',' .. .
left side that I and sheep j I
-'t my had nut been free
I ; I I gill up in his arms and shaking his I to have so much filth in it I did take the rinji' It stakes a 11 I' r
from for over ten years. I am letter are slaughtered when found roaming .
I imedicme and was very grateful to find Lt>.iithy and able to -
list at the huLtsuieu. cursed them for pa-
r day than for year,. Kodol Dj-pep! upon strange ground. I ,.
: strength slowly returning. In two : and cliil'lbirt .
t; ,s Cure has given me a new lease of life what had l>et-n done. ,; my weeks I was out of bed and in a month I nutty me Att.r the fT'l-m\ .
( ; "If any suffering; person will use ,, "Is it thus that you overrun our it 4\ Will Heartily Indorse Roosevelt.
was able to take up my usual ducks I Wine prrq'4uee| a w "i'in !
t Y 4! KxH Dyspepsia Cure, I believe, If HI i Peaceful fields, you nobles who never New York, July Representative am very enthusiastic in its praLe." I tvt'iry ID health an.1 1 .. ,

I i ,1 is a diseased; stomach from which the} toil, but feed on what we common people W. P. Hepburn of Iowa who has 7710TII EKHOOn i 3thenollt'stIJuti'IIIt'; > of Caniui. III r, .
suffer that will receive
b f they
pernu .
1 Ar nent relief. Anyone wiihiiifj can have pl'ooucend., not content with been visitor at President Roosevelt'shome I IVJ and highest prmlt'iw wmiifiiI 1 'lr iUl4I1f ..'t.e4ttatM.Ift.IJ". : .

_ : aswornstatementastothegenuinnea tiii.tii3 the fruits of our toil you in Oyster Day said: "I have canadi e\'t'ora.piret.>. "'11I.- "f to"1I..n who lial I 1\"'

icy 4L and truthfulness of this statement." .; ruthlessly shoot our chlMren without (-Xi been away from home so much that I out this! prrvdegeaotnendonot evrri.'i'uatngetdh..r Vo .

r? A This testimonial is the voluntary taking the trouble to discover that c: .,,'....J. am not fully in touch with Republican pet all there n m life too often th.'y wil.or.: alut.t ant t. <' tgo

; statement of a man who has suffered theyare nut birds! Wait messieursThe : plans but I tLrouch the worM dis.'nlt'nt..ol. flll'l 11 .,.... i{ iriiaiiii' I'
am confident
; ; ; ff found reliefanl want-oth to tak-> .

t j,4 the same beneflts. Kodul Jysrp-ia you under our heels:" I'"' -",-.:.r.. next state convection will heartily and triiuliK's.! How dioVr tit H tn- t.atr'.t, iifchr, I, ft'!

t Cure will cure any case of stotuact "It was rii accident" leplied the Ir.5. r.\t-.IXE Jt'T'sns, indose President Roosevelt's admin. happy mother waU IMS li.-r c1.h! !i','. ,l1'' .1 .t \"r'ojl"' :

't trouble. It rests the stomach by di. mar'juis. '':II.ft. take this { Secretary f Sd.rni.trl.oni Gulf Club istration. I know nothing of any planto prow into uan"t! an 1 M '";,.11"'. t I |" : 111 "..411, alA l I '
: throwing
4 posting what you eat. Tin ret aloOf ; l .
.
would lecture health. But Kodol him a pollen K-uis. "Were it not for four month. w hen my husband became name to succeed Speaker Hendersonin children-their jays: and su alI'l; ; : I : ..' d.i i "

A Dyspepsia Cure aNo contains jour threats I would make it ten times impatlcM misuse I
tonics : grew worse insteadof the next house. I am confident
hicti Luild the and hasten ,is much. Conic, ll l' sll'urs. Let us go i Ilttter, and! in .f
up organ speaking to the dru L r the good n-Milti.! ) You don't !have tc 1111." gist he advised him to pet Ljdia E. for will'" be chosen WINE of CARD : ;

l l i rtift! Kodol( IiysjypMa Cure will di- The 1'lrtrOCl'l.o on U.eir11)'. IMnklnin's \YjrrtabIi' Coiiipdinul again the speaKership. I \\ .

,l get, what you C:1t.: Helps children too I II nit ha,1It It gone: a d'zeii yards before aud t Niiiatne Wasli. flow I wish I
F ti! 1'111:1! had taken that at first ; it would have Victims: Now Number 109. _. .
was st-i'.t spinning\ t the ear
Kodol
# 1 Dyspepsia Cure !saved me weeks of snt'Bring. It took Hamburg July :23! -It is now an
I f
the
Oie
marquis.
gentleman
5flid I Cures all Stomach Troubles.rr fellow of ayoung three ]iota, months to restore lJ.e. butit nounced that IftD persons were THE NEW GROCERY STOREWILL
twenty reiuaii.ed be-
f rr_rar<>ifinyityF! O nrWiTTA.r<). ChL-aio( is a harp rl" .tf. and we are both drowned y the sinking Monday mornIng

t f I TLeil.t.ttlewntAIL12itimesthe'OciLce. linid. Kmtlu! lesiile! tie girl, he m.st grateful to you. Your Compound of the steamship Primus I. __ _,_ ._ __. _
of this
J -laitolntl the I 1.1(1)01 with hi. eauibnobaudkirchitf. I Las brought joy to our home and

I : ONE MMITE! Cough Cur then said to her father: I I health to me."- MR". l'.U'l.IXl Jl'lIsox. port after a collision in the river Elbe

a "LH us carry her to her home I ama :, 4T Hoyt :street lro! .kljn. X. Y. with the tug Hansa. MOYER

t.l Cures quick.y That's what it's made for. student In the Paris Scbuvl of Medi 5000 furfe't if about testimonial Is net genu;"..

cine. I will sec what I can do for Ler" It would !seem hr this statement Aged Columbus Man Suicides. Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date S' k
i Harris Pharmacy. John :rtiieppard that Mouifiivould sale Columbus. Ga., July 23.:: -Frank Pek

r S. Kahl Henri I unac did not leave the: home time and much sickness if they er. aged 71 years suicided by shooting< of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries
of Antolue Gamier until the -
daughter would pet Lydia E. I'inkham'sVegetable
himself through the head with a pis-
I i Llzetto, was out of dancer. In1 No 30 W. Covernment
i Compound at once, : St. Salisbury Bio
I i tol in a room at his residence. Illswits k,
the SPORTING WORLD !1 deed he alone saved hf'riie.. The and also write to 31rs. I'inkbniu I,

1 country doctors of that day knew nothing at Lynn, Mass.! for special ad- was the first to reach him. He i| Tii.Kl: : "noNr; r.7:

l- '1 Vice. It Is free and lived but a few minutes. Two of his i! -
; KllzKininioim and Jeffrlci.All :| of surgery and could not have carried always helps.
children have died within !
t 4 eyes in tin- porliag world are ; safely thrush such a dangerouscase. the past

F 4i turned toward the Pacific slope! where j jr I Three weeks had elapsed when said, "jou are accused of bean; a year and this fact seemed to prey ')q i'! ICE AND W0Q
his mind. But little .
!>>b Fitr-ai.muiis and Jim Jewries are the young doctor said to Gamier traitor to France. What Is defense attention was ;,

'4 punching; big; boles in tin atmosphere' !i "The crisis has passed. Any physician ':" your paid to his remarks that he would ts'', WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MICH! I, .* 'UiKU: TI. \ !

+ In preparation fur their timing Lout.t I can now attend to the dressing! : of "I make no defense. Defense wouldbe soon be dead as living. :Mr. Pekr ;'!,
THIS
Ht MMKK THAN EVE: II Fi
was a native of Bohemia and had beenin IT
? a "Can Fit/ deliver the ;gi""l-,? the wound. useless"

That is the ,,ti heard ail ; "ftoctor" replied tLe father this city since 18SC. He was the
..1.1 k"'1, and the: coiiseii>I iif opinion is hate you taken this trouble? You area women to the little ;jail In Hue St. 1 I I father of C. F. and V. J. Peker. I! US YOUR ORDERS NCW.

that the doughty roniislnnaii: will noble." Jacques and bring them here tomorrow I Italy Prosperous Says j I II Thompson Olsen cCo.
I Meyer.
+ i "Yes. but I ani a man. for sentence. The executioner: Is (; New York. i ii .
July 23.
i George Von
"You han given me the life of "
mydaughter. too busy today to attend to them. 1
i Lengerke
Some I Meyer, United States am. Manresa Street Teh/hone 1.
day may repay jou. That night a muffled figure appeared .
"I do and bassador to Italy, who has just arrived .
not Dt't'monl'Y., 1 trust
before ;
: the little jail in Hue St Jacques here
says: "Italy is in
that I need a prosperous
may never your assstance
and presented! an order for Mme. and ESTABLISHED 1802.
," replied the young! surgton. Louise! Duriac. Throwing a mantle I' condition. Her people are happy! and
Liuliteeu later the king Is extremely popular." Th.,
: came tiij.reicn
years over each to conceal her features and .
f feF of terror. Henri uriac, 1I0Count i i fall of the Campanile at Venice. h<. McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
l| esj-ocially her attire of a gentlewoman, i .
I uriac, was! about to Ie arrested but !said caused. profound sorrow every
he led them through of the .
; some narrowt 1 o -- baALa.la ---
sueeeedtnl In tLe bor 'hpre. The ambassador e
escaping! across refuser! ::11
!- in Paris. Stopping sud
der. This was in the gliimnz.:;. before discuss the visit of Governor Taft t,
.1"111)1'io1c a carriage awl opening
and General
I
the revolutionists had become so Rome. Ship Chandlery Hardware.
I the door he bade them enter. Not I
I drunken with blood that they sacrificed ; I
''il'ting' ; flrl moment! that they were 003 AM) 005.. I'AI.UOX Mtltt.t:1.4.0I'JN'O'V :
women and children Count I >u- Choate Gave Bride Away. I
going! ; to the JtiIlotlllltJI'Y obejed\ ,
riac had been married and his wife London July 23.-There was a rash I -- :
I and their conductor: luntintwl the box -
and her daughter, Louise.wrl' about lonable REVERE COPPER COMPANY.; JOHN A. IIOKIIUNU H
gathering at St. George's HNH ct It
i !< ; i,'sule the coachman nnd they were ,
cit to follow him when they received a driven bevoiid the barrier. Stopping: I' church this afternoon: to witness the GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUhnKL A 1"0I'l "II'

*'* i ,i warning not to attempt to do so. now and a.::ain for fresh horses, they i', marriage of Major Charles Hall of the '' Cum Gsrdigi Piliti, Oils liaticil Ustrsnuts, thru, lisliri limCOMP.HSKH.
l1'I1 I Mine. beloved all '
L'uriac. though by Ozfordstlre !
: Light
., trim led until nt last they hoard theplashing Infantry to Mrs IXHJH. KTO
tt ,n the province in which she lived was C. A. Stevens a widow of '
C.
; of \\aus. Then they were : A. Str- !
at last arrested and with her daughter of New York. i C. McKenzie Oertin',' Collect/LI.{ A:.: utf-r H ,: Pil.-- |{. y
I directed t') alight and were put into a i: tens Joseph A. Cho.ara ciation.
L. taken to the conciergerle in Paris.
: .- -- "tft. I I iO.lt. I! care away_the bride.__ "
'; One day they were led out to be I
/ I' Take this litter to Count Duriac, When Other Medicines Have Failed
1f1/ 2 trll'J. For what! For being of noble
t, : ailjiiiif.," said their conductor "and I Take Foley's Kidney Cure. It has The Star Laundry
/' birth. A man sat behind! a rude tal.le.rcady .
: ,/ ,! toil him that tLe man who gave It to '! cured when everything: else has dis- ,
'/ I to act as judge and jury to send ,
li'7 I! '; 1,W; you may soon be executed as a traitor I appointed. Sold byV.. A. Alua C<
prisoners to the guillotine. Mme Ilu- '
:! I'alafos
( berte 121 South itrect.
to France. ,
.: :: : riac and Louise sat waiting their turn, --- Biggest Busiest Best !
1:1 I1.1 I
The prisoners were rowed to an Cng- ,
.' : / /' watching the people ,,10wre pro- There's lots: of money to be made
1:5h's"1 standing off the coast and in I
:4 i nounced "traitors to France" marched 1' in real etate-lot. of it. A real estate -
:t
un hl.ur'rp sailing for England
away to die. A i-ortly man who sign is usually a fil12' board to
44't''Q. r once on board Mine. Duriac opened An Ku'iiini: '
rfjr4 vINei showed by his dress and bearins that wealth. Thos. C. Watson & ) : ( all m
.
the litter to her husband and read: Co. the leading Real K;:tate turn
he was an aristocrat, stood before this '
C'ount-Eightt'n fiend shot oilers which it would Your .
self constituted: tribunal. rears ago a have some Surll I
I' l''Iil rav lour,hter. and a nohle saved her for be worth your while to consider. Go ,
"Your nameV" asked the judge."I : me I have sent the vend to the guillotine -
and see them to-day and don't wait ; 1" W'I J i fl'.1 was I Ii >
am the Marquis! of Tours." and I send the roble two lives for
I fi' till tomorrow.Marston. :
.' W. The judge flushed. the one he pave: me.MAIN i )1\ i if yu at- *'.

:: .. / "I)o you lemember marquis hunting; P.LAKC CRANDALL.lliv $ Ouina are sole At f' it 7aey I li- -.'. 1 uIy'uri t 1 1it : .

; ,. f--r birds and shooting a maiden i:, agents for the celebrated ,; L. :It !I' A w-iojai,
The marquis paled but said nothire.Tiaitor fa".t "'I..I.t.ruJuulJtl'l1I I (,/ s ;
ii /
\ Odorless refrigerators, ilv% "YP1OC.i-. a in t' .
to France:I" said the judge. the giant squid has fre-

t ; I "I'.ike Lim awnyr: quei.tlv U-i'ii mistaken fur a sea serpent absolutely guaranteed or "k1 \ 1--1 I -t! 1/,0 t- by tL.! c tli,It

I j In half in hour tie! marquis'! head In all qualities which can lender money refunded. v "1..1 t t.of itinto
: ., frfi';. rolled !ii.to the basket.N.M a marine monster horrible this # iWVViNr; 11.1': I wit'. ').. "" *' *

'. I :" huge and frightful mollusk may be 4? Ivl4 %? & ,:l 1 ,'..1 1 1"J! 'ul'. .1

.., ; ;:. I e fvJB IITl.,IMV10Ns: "'Ilii-M'." sail! a :gei'U.irun"are the said to compare favorably with any DISEASES JJ.WJ4 ', at tt'nar I. ??, tALL

.t t\ I again find Jeff a urmu'er tighter. Aft ,'oust'-!s ) lur ltl' mid her daughter: creature of fact or tiction. When full ''J ta f i

,t 4 I 1 t'. ,'ran impartial I I coii'pariMin of the two the tud'',.>iarl>'(1. "Matlanuhe grown, it weighs !(.;' ."".0 ounds.. havinga -ssor--- --

r' ;i fatuous i>\1 1i auetas of the tistic arttheie Two Bottles Cured Him. body fifty fet long and two arms ira tit moet UtI 1 of &II Cl.I- WORK C. 0. D. GJOflS GMfl! (for ctl:! @ L I
each 1(") feet in length well ns
as
t '
Mt'Lis to be but me reiisonalili'ronclusloii !
i ;I.. 11,
I and that is "1o way back "I was troubled with kidney coin eight smaller tentacles ICU.FOLEY". TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST
----- -
1" I and sit lUivvu. Jeflnes lias plaint for about two years" writes A
ever
i' I'itz
4 A. R. of Ind., had lURE 'III
Bass Morgantown
e ,
.:: i I. ) thing: in his favor-tin conliilencec H Davis: of Mt. Sterling, la., "but two oiunt WALKER INGRAHAM, ManagerTIME

I >f former Mcturv, strength: youth, bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure effecteda to get up Un or twelve times In the BII J JOf -

i t !;' !It'. f weight: and endurance. l'ru-'. I''ib can permanent cure." Sold byV.. A. :aight! and had severe backache and TABLE.
Palafoi street.Foley's
South
D'Alem 121
L' (f.. give Jim all kinds of points on boxing erte._ H Gains in the kidneys. Was cured byFoley's money tttf undad. Contain! i iremedlea

t.r )i l i 111f j I ;"i' but t ly jil.ivlng! a defensive game: Honey and Tar Kidney Cure. Sold by W. A. recognittd by eml- ; LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD
'
Jell will j'robalilv ln nbl to avoid !se-
1. x jlousou>eiiuonciHe has a store cures colds prevents pneumonia. D'Alemberte,121:! South Palafox street. cent physldios u the oat lot : IN hK''LCT IiKCKMHKK I laud

3!; : 1 vf i-hjcieal reMir.roes Unit Fitz will: ha Kidney and Bladder trouble New Orleans and Mobile.
i' .
.. unable' to (11'I'0't.me. |' --- -
; 'jI8'1, PRO A*, i .ll.rs I ...
f. + From a "l'lItiull'utal'It'wl'lnt.[ l'itz LAW DEPARTMENTOF i Xo.4! :-0... So.%. !Iou'
h W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. j jSPECIAL Iu 1:13 a UI m' 11:1) p Leave. Pensacola ... Arrive r. II sM:7 .
..,. I ." is preeminently the favorite, but a :2:17 p' 111' a L..ave_ .1"OIalo/1 f...... : r It, a
"K .1ai: ,, '; ... when it comes down to a cold blooded __ I 11:1)11 a fI'1:: p I :2M a I..ave .. M'bll. I........ u a It .
.., "::&'.p 7iU: a Leave. .. sew! .url..nr I.. !!._._' I' p
the u.l ls the MASTEH'S SALE.Hy -
t i I" ;: letting proposition swing;

t", I l'', i" I.; 0 other way. Jeff should will out insM' John B. Stetson UniversityDo virtue of an ordej anl d-cre of fort'- North.

f 1 ='-" of fifteen rounds and if he does not clo-ure made by Hon. L. J. Reeve, nudge ,,
\ Tjnncl, Floridn. of the First Circuit of I lorida. for hscam-: No2. No. .. .o I iI1atSpm
tli It I''f; : do
stout hearted blacksmith. JOHN I' FOUHF.S. Ph. D. President ALBFIUT: J.HILUI., LU B.. Dean In a certain cause therein pndinz, ,., a:15 am e:5pm Arrive Monttom.ry...... II I' alii
,< wherein H. U. Williams Is complainant I!, 11:59: am DIM pm A rrlv."... 1iIlIDIn.b"m Lis v.f.a,
rail Term ('1I1II1lH'1l(,('''' '"t'Illc"llOt'tllht'r 1. 1)2. and Herman Washington 'mIH'Y WashIIngton 1lpm 3I'la m Arrive.. abvln..Leav.
Acts Immediately. > \'iruinia! Thomas iiee Washington 1! 2:311) a m 1:13 a m I Arrive.. Louisville ... irsv. ..j!. pm',0
'\ TWO YEARS' iOU'RME-The Law DepartmentotJobn h'. stetson University! gives and John Thomas, bears at law of U..orte ,, 1u! a m I1a m Arrive l'IDCIDDall. Leave II ", II m
.,.. 'I! } : Colds are sometimes more trouble- atwo-var.' coupe. leading the decree of LL. BUKUKF.K ,, Washington dI'Ct'lhl'd.latl' of said Kscani-I; I 7MI: a m Iw'' p m .0\rr/v. "t Louis 1,.".. ..1'. p III
e;.I t..m In than in winter it's ADMITS: TO THE BAR-The diploma of the Law Department of John B. bla County Florida are defendants 1. tbe I Ii
; si ue summer Stetson fniversity admit to tbe Bar. PENSACOLA ANDRIVER JUNCTION
I i I duly appointed Hpeclal Master to execute _
t .I I 1 FO bard to keep from adding to them FURTHER INKORMATJON-hor the Law Announcement of 1\IIr.-3,and all other de- I,, said order and decree will sell at public I'
1 ft ilre:1 information regarding: the Department.address II> auction at the front door of the courthouse I-DallYi i etop where time not shows .o. J-1I' y s!
"i iij i while cooling off after exercise One ALBERT J. FARRAH. Dean of Law Department I In Peneacola, Kscambla County Honda I I'I'o.

tt I I Minute Cough Cure cures at once. De Land. Fla. during! the legal hours of ale on the Ht :)) a to m Leave. ...Yencola oll..mla .Arrl.'" .; I", ti p.ilia e1i15
Monday In August IfK: the same being I : night. 1:1S I' r7
pI Absolutely safe. Acts immediately 7.1'1" \ DI.otra I
a August 4th If' to the best and UltJ.: is.
-- -- --- --- --- --- highest
:\ Sure cure for coughs, colds, croup bidder for cash the following described 1 :::3" 7:11 It .. .... .I.tCaulb16 .. ... iuI .
l {t i i land to-wit: That portion of block forty. I US5": 7.25 ".. Mulat .. ... to 111.:1
\! d throat and lung troubles. Hargis'Pharmacy Tulane of Louisiana. j eight Iii) of the East Kiug tract east of 11N: It f4": .. .. .. Harp .. 10 ti "
J I John Sheppard and Sidney i I University i Tarragona street, as lies within the followIng U'50I" r..1" ........GsiCity: ... lo.a ,.
4 to ......_ "
boundaries viz: Commencing at a 12:61: 73'0 Milton ItJ.II/
8 .i I ("j Kahn. "J j I Noce OrlonI1s. point on the west side of tizhtb (ith) avenue 1:53 a m ...._ to 'I ....Good kaD.e m It "
I thirty |6911: fed north of He Soto street IM"' 8.13" .... Hoses .. ..... sea
1l. J' Seasonable household thence tanning north along the west line of 2'.5l M' I" ..-:_ itulaaa '" 4. ) "
; i, "th avenue ninety 1\.') feet,thence west on a 2:3t II 8S'4 to ... .Crelt.I.. ... .._ ';11'
x : and kitchen utensils at the EDWIN A. ALDERMAN LLJ. President. line parallel with lie tloto street one ban- 1:1)) It 8 34 ..-.Leer Land ..._ e.t.S
: /1 dred and Un ((110) feet thence south on a 8:13:: II .:10 to Mossy U..a e ci4i5 -
t Willis Hardware Co.'s.The line parallel with !Jth avenue a distance of : 9:55 to .UeCantaknpnng4' I' II
; : I .1''. tullCoorsei In Languages, Sciences. Engineering Law Medicine Pharmacy. Art. ninety n\01' feet and thence east one bun- .:1'4 to tu" _. Argyle .._ to f.. "
', ; Hevt-n separate Departments sixteen Buildings. Extensive Libraries Laboratories [! tired and ten t 1110)! feet to point of beginning 4:4), .:67' .. ..Ponc.d.Leoa__ M fro:
man who owns his own home aa1; WorksUopa. 8plendHI1't.'partwent for Women la Newcomb College. f II on eth avenue. Together with the tene- &:)) 13:10' .._W.Uvlll......._ f.17'
tl J insures himself against lots of Tulane makes leaders In all vocations. Its facilities for Instruction I meats, berlditaments and appurtenances 5t iJIj M 11):15' .. ._ Ca,1'III'.._ f.11
are unsnrpassedin thereunto aas It 1 1$1' ._. .. ._. '
_
belonging or appertaining. > liosifay '.56
and Nobody can
I trouble Instructors and 13 students last
worry. thtjSontS.: Eighty-gli: .
session.! Many
' nU' acholarbhlps I will make good and sufficient deed to &:)) It 10t7" _.. ._Lbipi.y .._. M ...,
'i ; raise his rent and the rent day bus in the aeademledepartment opento Louisiana boys. Expenses of scholarship! student the purchaser seal {property upon re- 8n"! 11:0'2' It ....Cottoodal. ...._ 4.14 a
Board and dormitories low
' Ilsfar; session lodging: in at rates.
him. It's to : Opportunities afforded of the '1'10" 11:25 .... .. "
no terrors for ea y own academic student for telf-bvlp. In the Academic College, no boy. If celpt purchase mon y -.Marlaana. 4n 15
properly preparedfor Terms cash 1:31) lll .. '
'i tl Thos. C. ; purchaser to pay for tittles tpren. IJIII
K a- home now-a-days. college; work will be turned away from inability to pay tuition Next session beginsOctoberlst to "
t f w.C. McCARD. f&J li52; : _Uranc1 Rldl'_ $.1.
tell howl Send for
j Watson & Co. can you Catalogue. I Special! Miner in Chancery. '1M" 12:06 noon rnesS.- 1.11 '
t easy it is. Call and see them. | Address, R. K. BKCFF, Secretary. JlOawfw 8:1:1: II :U" ArrllsRiyera2actloa..Lesve: IJ

t /f! fiw .

t





,'- -- ..... ;,. <<-- -- -' -."- -'....... -



-.....""'" ;., a,. -" "' ,"" ..,,,- j f,);. ,.fHJ"_ ''i41:-<",* _.. [ .4__:! .-.- ,." ..........____ "f""y.-. ......, _-..'_... .n.v. :...,, _, <, r'H -_

t f

,

I1 I1I


t

I U I IJ'

THE _DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY! JULY 24 1302. }

---
t!
-- I
-- f. I Ii

THE REAL ME see.' There would "beon5'about your I i M 1 1 1t'


Cures All Kinds of "Why don't you-put--me in your stories ending"How dare me ndrItt"M you! I didn't! _; :;.at* t' l'' it i
"* '
?" "Yes. you dJd." i

Kidney and Bladder Troubles "But-Jack.1" :{Ji1u ,! I
"I do-a bit at a time. ; j
,
,, e II? : ;
"Y-{-:s, but all at once, I moan." '
Not really and truly..
i di.ey and Bladder Trouble, Rheumatism I Mud uiy hands In pious horror. "Anyhow .f
there would be abont
one
.fI
nil kinds of diseases produced by an "The price do 4n't admit of such reck- your ]learning to bike." Cis Jumped 1 I
.
< 'ca 'i uric arid. less extravagance!" clean out of her chair ;I .' ,

"You could insist on special terms." "You mean, horrid""My I

She doesn't know the editor. dear girl, if you will have real- for Infants and Children. : i
HarrisLithia "It wouldn't: he of any use." I do Ism"- :
know him. "'1: won't" Ca toria i* a harmless substUute for (,..tor Oil, Paregoric 'j
Drops ami It 1 in i
"But if lf-I mean-Jack:" huuthiiig SJFIIIK. 1'h-a-ant. It .
1
Water laughed up my sleeve.' contains neither Opium 'YUurllhlllo our other Xan..illoMilManee. I
"Well, Cis? "Then I'd better continue on the It do! troys AVonus mill 811a) Pr lV\i-ri..lin,'.''. I
"Oughtn't you to try to make your present lines?" It cure.1liarrht'asad'Vintl: ('ollt'. It relicts'e'i'etth- j

i-rtminended stories a* j>rfect as possible" "Umph, y-es, i suppose so." She reflected injr; Troubles and cures CUII! the
;Is T> by bet physicians all "Oh-er-I suppose' so." for ten seconds and then beganto Stomach niul Itowels f'i\intf; h,*altliy and natural Moo p.

r the United States. For "eale everva "Well, then if you really think I'm- look pleading. The Children's lllluc'u-The Mothers friend.

a ': *shipped anywhere. what you said""Perfection "But you do think the real me is! The Kind You Have ;
Always Bough
? nice don't you, Jack?'

Nothing Can Compare "You silly boy! Of course I'm not:" "Really and truly," I said solemnly, Bears the Signature of :
I
"Of
course you're not! "I do.
::- LITHI CARBONATED WATER for table Tu=e. HARRI LnmAEK "You are rude and unkind." I ,
\u is: the finest of all alee. I .
"No one is." I meant v<'rfl'ct. Wild Tale.. ,

Writs for Free BooKlets-Fall testimonials of cures, analyses r "No-not really and truly. nut you Towne-He tells some of the wild
'how to your physician. | ought to think I ain-almost.": est hair raising stories I ever heard. i

"Oucht I?" I got hold of her hand Browne-His own experiences? ,
J
Harris Lithia Co. Harris Bout-how.. "You are perfect enough fur Towne-Oh, no; purely imaginative #
Springs Springs S. C. ;
.." li e's In Use For Over 30 Years. i i
ru. Upon my word 'ou'\'e no idea drumming up trade for a fake

j what tire she is: cure for ,.. .... :
a :girl Lalllnl'ss.-l'hilad'lphia Press.Sabnrlmiiltr'a r rrr.UU'' eDY. n IIU""'" .lets .two. e'"' _

"LSut not for your storic-s." She triedto -- n -- --- = I
-
--- ---- -
x OR TELEPHONE I I-iok injured, but there were dimples Trouble .I

M. W. MARSHALL. Pen?acul.\, Fia on her clll'k Manhattan-But: I suppose you never .fi Every Woman !

"/ lh. stories.: Of course! one Las to have any excitement: : down in Lonely utu'tr.t- 11. .
- -' have ideal characters for them." villc.Subbubs. WI \
r :
., .;: hR\lL'\\hii'n ;:
.. ; '
*. HORSES I A SHOPPING BAG. ,\n.l of course I'm not. -I don't eh? Say hate you '.. .,. ':!, ... ...,... ...,- ... 1 1imrortrrs I..
I "luii'iv real-thank puo P. "r
I I i. .u ;in hiiul ('OIJl'\ IIlr..tlo" F..r 'MiiUlni; n rrttjOne regarded; the ceiling thouzhtfully for a mo.quitol's.To. Topics.rba and 1II'at..r9lu- I'I al'"W'I"'''.' '' t '

of Knotti-tl h.... Lucre few tuun 'ots. Tken> she suddenly e.1.Ir.rsri5rII, .:;;::::-- I

-.11.: :!!:< ;14. recfutljll The fulutvill: ; .; iiiMnu' ": fur m.ik- r'l'ihh'1\l"1. Chinese'and Japanese "viiutM'. : I-. *; I I'I'r"XflVV\ *- I '
,
.
:
\1 ,,,.. i.. dead. in;. :i MuMstrnmhupping; \bay anprint "WhhlifttiMn't, you Lave a real heroine u' ,. r.,.-. .-- .., -.1-4 It .M \\\ / Tx .

.y .iiihii lIu "4'.' will ed in the :Shoe Ketaili: i .r trnin directionsfurm '! Fancy Goods, 'in41., ".'. Ie ii..Ml..i..j.'VMKtll' i f.<... 'I I I

'i 1. ..trs, this .Tear. "h i Knom i.V Titiic" KldgrtA 1 art ,
A l.ice must not be oat wide ." signature in on tx>x of the giants '
'I.,' worked n mile in or to<> every 31 South Palafox St.Laundry ,
: .:. for tM tietTs. nm'ror"I' making the bag; Ix-cjiuse: "They would! ;sot tired of me':" She Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets ;
Office Pen* \cob. Kl.i i
\ lolutiiHi, ::l1!',, is th.' bag when hnl"heil will: be in pr o. looked really injured this time. the remedy that corta a cold la one day< : j NOTIf'U i lI

I l.i\\ tii.ts this joar.i I I tOrt ion to the liicc of which! it is mad,. "No; I don't mean that at all." { have been authorti to t&kel ;

'.i iitlj (lattil a To Make the tire will;: strings tie two "Then whatever do you mean?" GOLD 1):5'1'( : l 1 t 1 -ub-crii-tious for Wui.llryjii'a J"Dnial/-
laces user the barb nf a 11:11'1'1)11:1.1:1'.1 "That I decline to dissect for ;'
S. "i Just (C 11.1 you taper. "The Co inrino1 St
eh.'iir: li\i-! "".- I knot fit oricli side of othfr i.coplesamusement" ,
Let the GOLD DUST twins do work." Th/"ll'tinyl'llp"ulcss.rCSUj1Cnor. The prlte it- fl.ul pr p..it in "J I Ij '
the chair I buk.; tieixteen 1'1,(-"'' to tho "\Vill. I -want ,you to put me in a .; your to Pasam!! I.f C'< : '
\. Hi,' \l _:: :1t11 hasil.I I t j sauce T I"-*' .1e-1rJU4 tUt pa t r
book. Jaek, she
continued! ; "me really I I Iiiu1 Cvttcb ; end :. '(rt.ih8' I II
.it liar, l'.0."i; :i, trulj 1 mean" i TV 'I II I can have it t-eiit to ttitni by aoudi: .
? ''iir<"io48h<' '
II / -:'-;; 3 "I'm I f 1.00 to the utiileriiifiied.H.M..
handed if
--. = = iA Idol": J 's'.e f, .
rrLwt lth't' any t mi>n ,
/ I I : Km'MR. I
.
.
: .it.it ::' :en to the \ "Then can't
i iA I'" jou mean what ,run say 'h.t. Un.nll'UlOIWGGISn Car..lhll\\\' ,
i' tl. ( :rat, :!:
.-. :: I "P.ut I do. That's Just the reason" I ,

,-,.,1! .a the Mnp't'- I) "!lo\\' ran it lie?" I II THE GARDEN SECTION I II

i. r 1"Ir, Uraitoii j I I pulled my II1I1tl'h'ros ..,l my j!I :

.j!b' u !..uidsouit buy f\ \ leg; and pondered she is as difficult! f .

'Hid has been bred / !j 1 I Na 2gl to.argue with as most women. I I rT o-O F-o i

1
.1 !,: C. H Smatli1 4 'I,.,' peculiar Inpl'rlrl'u't yi'u'r" I c.x544lrA iOt FensacolaFlorida..

I !1.. I title to the 1I. "Oh.! well, if you insist"

N' York siHinlv 1! ; f..\. "No; of jour own free will?" Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. Ii
1
v Straus ;r..Jh$., .[/ She took an occasional glance: at me ,
\\1'11,111'-;. .e-:"" :4'\ l'N under her low; eyelashes and laa;hc Ala.di
.Y\. < little. --*' Save: n you: wi, tut if YOU prefer! 13 traJte houseGOLD ; Beautiful Lots for Sale. .

-\ > F.ERS.VI: i .J'.r' "Yon will put me In a book?" she work easy use iiI
IJi.t.t..1.. S DUST 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each accord- ; t' t !

t, r.I,, __ J.4\\ ""I "- ni't, fte; honor bright' I cats It ft makes home tighter: and care Lghter. ing to location and surroundings. : I 'I
u "u1.III{? desecration.:
Made only ty THE N. K. FAIRBANK COVPANY
,
"Jn-t a little! ?" Gh:cage. New York Boston S:. LOU.S.M Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful i Viewt I :: '.
R ""'','II. I'll think of it." kprs of OVAL FAIRY: SOAP lIigltrti Land. I !
"Yon'll put in what I when I'm -- i i
J: ..: J. ;; 8"IIiII! 'r""Y'I' say All .. '. Icgatri (li>.tr'but,.". anil II i
"
"
."P. ', ., M.'''_ ;;;.;..' nil person* hiving I'lininur 'l I tnnndl The
.
grandest for investment .
fr
.. l\fIt. opportunity evor i '
.. .;. .- 4 "{'II; sesln- tiliiattof frill l-auiT in r>-n filr
.
I Vd f?' ay ""''.'il. but when I am?" are > iiiiiHl| in prr- 'nt ib' in to the wads offered in Pensacola.
.
.IIII"",1 w:s'Inn i ; dar->.
I t'4j'r "\11!I ridit. MAX L KK: \ ltMw ;, r
i __d.p .i J I....,"\\ \ilriniii-trat.ir 1 ;<
')ot..I-" _;' -;t12I : vnd what I do when I do thingsnheelyI' Borne Seekers Should See These Lots. : : ;



;.Ralw!....-"""!-ur.i ',i,f-'v y J!' -:.r':10'''_." n"\ou alwIYs10.don't really." think so-not really I A. TlS Club J"1 j''

fV e..J
and truly? ;
.
t If
You
I "I ii'I.. tMouch.! : ; Have
*!,... II Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. !
I IluV TO M\h. 1H KNdTS.Jr.iw : "I'.ut]: you must pick cut the lip t.o. ." i' : .
.
I "\ The ,
no reality the whole reality
: 1H1o'jlleII. >'triiij>- on earl'' side, oi the chair I '
front 'I' and nothinu I.ut"I| f.e lIKtoo 'r. WM H KNOWLKt W. K. 1IYtat. JK.. J. H. KhKHB: r. 1 1Prestdrnt
I i >llN>ru.I and hack in tlie toHouiu;,' nun RheumatismURIGSOL .
"Uh. that i i-ei t necessary! slit- inter Vlc\.I'rt'old"nt. ctfbivr Aea t l'bler !
,I "Knseis nee: I'l.Kv the lace oi the draw :
I't'
,
niptPtl. "You mustn't : "
any out rec-
trills and tie a horse Inut ; then pt s 'tilze me. you kilo"' .'' I I"Tlien I I
i this coon the shott end of the lace Bach nod 'r '" ', the great tested wlen
the draw how can I put you it : I Il1y. I .1 wart comu strum, over anal ilnw n thron.'li "' \ jou mint iilealixe me." j Remedy will cure : :

ik>r the tlirlOCtiull the Truss l hiv- the tip end of laces about tWit I' diseases, caused by an exctss of '
"Nut me, really! and truly." UriC acid. It never tails, and builds up
.,1" Ilf't'u wade that inches long.l "Look.; here. CK": I said determined7 the health and Ftrergth while using it.Eeud OF PENSACOLA. FLA. : ;
illl'e Take tuo laces, as shown in cut C; stamp for book of wonderful cer- j : ; III
flue IDa t per' "l.'t fi' have one thin or the other t.ficates Price }I per bottle. For sale I
the 'i11'ttIe\ dace .11 i is IlI'ldtraiht.
) ,
I mil of tie various .\ t j.ro.ent I'm using you up in .'uiillfri'tluiisall ; by druggists. If your druggist can not xnn.nOTOR8: :: ,
while the other our, P., I is looped oxer supply you it wilt'toe l rent prepaid upon i4 f
your good pint Therepre receipt of price. Address WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT. K. C. BKEN1 .V. K. HYER '
It (after I..pill.| this lace twist the !''<'ii I JL : I
about ;TN".!. I calculate and Ii
soma ,
oH'r. as shown in cut at Xi I; hold theiu -,.'' wt'l!! xo tlyicC"td Uricsc! Chemical Co., Los AngelesGU I D. G, BRENT, I I ; 1
i i \\ \lUt.SIIHI. I place! liinil.v with the )left hand, aIr i

.". .I N i baler will h with the tight hand take lace .\. \\'t'IHit t"hat'gnlrutlAldialRnucssa"Oh, you; slilysilly! I boy;:"' }'"- Lamar & Fankin or Drug the Co., Atlanta Ga. km! ni h Mm
Mi
,.it there i.. at l"M,t over 1. under 2. user 3. under I and "Se\e! hundred?" Distributing Agents. D ail a It i \ j jZ'We ir

,i- .1'<" that scienceii OUT 3; ihaw It up loosely, and jou "Son hundred." I Mid firml,.. "If I Ii i I
';I" MI all it--ta ,, hate the Knot as shown In cut 3.You :
:( : i f.I in fur you really and truly then ,
.. Hjir.it.irrh may readily follow lace A I 10)" v :HI Dole lie nliout a dozen. Let nu draw oar own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain Ireland f' t l i
the white fine! ; now draw the knot up Germany France Austria I j
Italy, Holland
Bpain Belgium
-iti\e cure now LODGE DIIIECTOHYKNIGHTS Jlcssla Not I I
,' 'iuMl fr.itt-rnitv and turn the 1H't'slnm you have aclinns This Will Interest Man. way! Sweden, Denmark and other European cocLtiies. '< t
the iH-rfeet oMonj! knot .is seen I ,;
'.il-t ttutillllal ,Ii -- ---- -
-
:
To ,
quickly introduce 1:h. P. H. :
i itiitinii.il: treat in cut 1. 'lake the aria tuo stritiir c-Veagbla Disbursed upon tho Most Farorable Torn, and ; I
=
theli r .
( Botanic mood Balm the fjnmu OF PYTHIA ;
anti ) Obligations Taken Payable at Port of p .
i'ih ( 11ft. N taken |pr "'a'les in the same way until you negtiratlou Tan or Fifteen Dari : ;: ,.
IIr'.t'tlvltla\n the have tKed ail the lal"'''. Then take lace Southern blood cure, into new I' Pt-n"acola Ltxlge0.3, K, nf P.me..te after Vessel Arrives tbere.'I'I < tl! ,

,- ''truceof the H of tie \ rH knot and lace .\ of the homes we will send ab-olutely free. I I 1

!. -tr. .\'instil*' fmuiiu second and keep tin until you hn\'I'011 h.Utltrial( treatment"?. Botanic: j At er'>or:''11;at Monday i'a.tlc I veilug !.: r"Safety Deposit Boxes f-Rent in Connection ; ::

',,;-.l h'l. iiUiir.r- .!l ;triune! the theti.ttil.tt \\ twvnty-oiw rows. Sew the la,t- Hlood 15 tlin 11)$. B. 1>. > quickly curs' 1| J. In ) the:: tblrd Hlouot floor>. WatitHulling with which. wo have a Prim > ?artsnent for the Us : : i'f 1ioRen4Rrq. i- I:

up tuiii tojrether.; line with satin sew s.itin old ulcer, -crofula. eczema, itclnnH' ; t v'Ultln?; brethren nordlIf .> f! }
I --I-thug I'' ; in to draw emu' ;; knots and the bas U kin and blood lnimor:,, c.tccer eat1limple i weloomllt I
prttt.rittt.rin ingfe='terint.nreablil i!..cubul'clp=; A IU; :
: !
i it* ennltiv t- eoini'let' Twenty 4 i tiU.'i j laces will I H. HORSI UK !'
niiike a nice "1'ITil'Ia",5 \liaj. I',) nut or dtfen>.ivfr fruptionrf, j'am- K K. .*. x.
< >ai' Jliimireil t :
that, It fail toif titthf knots too tight; and IK- g' ."l llaws. in bones nr joint, rlieumati-U i. ca : -- -- WE WILL-FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! }
tarrh, or blood r-kin
any tr'ubli '
-' te'tinii uiaN Botanic Blood li.ilmd( !. B. H. healpvpry 'I.j I'
Wrt t *day for li
one nrtn
I .; naCII.: : ., I -- LaurelsA A A I' I"ra1..t ,' iii'1
ore or lI1ak.tl.t'
pimple
Poisoning the System.It / KEA :IIi. 'RF
'
uledo), (l. ftffI i ari5PPrfatdala.il. Pie :. I
,
6 ,
Ie blood pure and rich and t"pai, ain 2 2Th : wi IT te JM w ,; u .r I d
H.. 7c.; is through the bowels that thl'1Ilo.I .. I our ors. U ret. i t V
:\cJei'! < and pain*. Uotanic m.II1d l F
'
I is cleansed of imp triti.'s. Conettpation I| r punf A.!."e.'s.. .II', '' rl I 1
Balm ((15. H. I' ) thoroughly tt-ti d j P&nt / : + or h 'ii.. .f 1 ::.u n, ttu I

I ',. >"tthrn11no1 I, kl'I'IUl'se poisons in the for 30 yean in Lo-pital and privates' I tmi Medal made Award thoGold to r rh.... ""'.. .r""I..ft..L,. .., ,,., ,....,,,,,.,:.r..... I i"
L'.n bu ctwtL I system, causim; headache dollar practice a ad has cured thou-and- of v v filly 'i'llrAarull.10... i. > u >!.. K. \ i -i amCala i '

r ., ifij. .turnc on I!land melancholia at first then n nrfte: given: lip a+ h"r I leSold at' i Oy, ttit.. u .a ."Prlaan(4-tl 1.t,1;! 'i-MI.iin.if,'it. fw i t Ii
LW.HARPERKENTUCKY .
j ji isizlitly: erujitions\ and finally scions' drui-tore. fl per large: bottle. FirI \ K .al'otl.'r..I..nrr..I.. ., ,a i!
.rular meeting; ol :illness unless a remedy is applied I. j jlfVatV free treatment write to Blood Kilm RR'1'- toy GPtAPLtr ewl.tvlnwi.r ota t'-: .itif. j i'I..I.1 III I,. j f' : t ,. ;

'I. Jicul tin ciety lit I Little Early Risers Irewnt Uo :ltlautalla. Medicineeat at ;i .j' .t If'' .Trrrmor. .,- n.r4 s... .. M ml li if. U-\\1(1'." i l.vrs'' 'i', "IM., I "".' j !
M j oo.ttl., office at1.V thin trnuhle hy stimulating the Iiurand once prepaid. Dp-cnbf! troubleand WHISKEY r get.1. Mi", I. .I if.. 4W fai; N ( .. uri.. 'V.\i. n.".. K. .". ),i .1 1'
.
t
.
.\u:. I 12: and tti!t )promO ie .'ass. health action IIi free medical advise i\'en. Kotanicit S&, '- 1 Muni.b.ml i-nttturv Ii Ann r.ralr. H. \ If. IIi -, .. I. I

.. it- tre cordmily: the/ howl'-! Ti.'v-r} !little! palls do mart 'it (>t.! Itilm }t. B. fiivP, : life Cold lIIe all wtrt .....,Ip..s.G'I n-T., .f. M> i 'ft j.( "ft. .t...rn4+. w we. tnut a .-ji.u.y-n S, n-.?rryr',., '.4't. H l .:
\-IOIt'ntlbut hy stri'iistheninathe vigor and atrenu-th to the blood t. The also coca D .cep... >n rfv iiiutttr. tr N IW y 1' rfaj-i-' li i,. .". 1 t I
"
1863etC I In A ifw UA) X &:D m.jrt IHT. .. ..> j
p a *.1 *; ev |< tifkiTPr tfi !* ... J
if1 ftinl
{
finest Ulood .t
W l'. DKWHKKY, 1) ,iw.-ls enable them to I'rfnl'mthett purifier in ide :' Mbrld. sass Ei odu.n r Mr. mitlIl.VO.Ju a- tron. MJ .(} ns. y'' II' : J
President.mcretary. own w'irk Never pnpr ''II'> tlis' 1 IMood Balm R. H. H. give- a UIOfO i 9JD1D I PCO. ST llrlq' t
tress llareis riiarinary" John) Sh">p' healthy motill'lly to the "kin and ; 5ALVONA S Cor. lthd, Pint: Sts! : LOUIS. MO. II'I i 1111

-.. pard! and Sidney Kahn. | entire system D ny D2nnntlS tJ' tiJ'U- .J I. t it! ;!

i' ; !

-- ---- ._ jl '
? -- q- -'-- I
.u app .1 r. / II pni P. uI ip.. d III : .: : I. hI

[ < P ichm',nd "'.., Arril 18, 1902. I : :;
'it r
IU "FORCE FOOD CO., ,, r 1y I'I;
,
C'.ff4' |h .N. Y. f'
> '1"' ') q

I ; ,, : Gtr.tll.ftltn1 have I yonr fcxd talkd"FOKCE _:.' : f rr
.1".1' .' ,i I ,
"I.
BUI un.
tCcctire
as as its ... ;: : ;
came impli>i. J ''t.

ThO i nutritious projiertips : I
are iimfl1y '
wI>II.j'rflll '.,. I" t:

I CI I.ll'S Mag Ixcifirial to health, I find i" i I .. I

it trj jmLiuMe]; ; I
p- W M ii* I
t
i *M Yours ,
_
resjxttfullMri; 'f ;

't J ft/ A DAINTY, DELICIOUS: BREAKFAST FOOD-RELISHED BY OLD AND YOUNG ALIKE l'iamcscntCJDAnJiCOilivl1. ,' ; :


> -. ,. !



1

.' _. : _:._ ": -'C- .Jt-.,."" =- ,__.__, """';' ......i'J..-.!> ....,.. '"_ _



,+--- .,oJI! ., ..,a..L .' _""""" ,..A"" ._ .--:.._, ,... k t.: _A. ..,. ,. ... .....'"""' .."... .j( .,"I"!... .L '''''''' ,J,...,.. ;;'I4.. .-oj.; +... -_.> ..J L. lLt4.-! ....,.t;. ..l.L fll.--- >,"_ ......- -J '--, .








DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 24. 1902



R. POU J.J.i. I FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY- -=

ACCIDENT vIE1YE'E1S1% F _

J *
RESULTED I. : : : : FEED, LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.OPEN I


DAY AUD NIGHT. t.) Wot! iteiulencia Street. MEN'S
AND PERSONALS '

FATAllYJohn POU & GINGLES Managers. 1 '
5"2522J $3.50 -: -:

Joseph McCoy, Jr., is out after an I

!, illness of several days. Y I OXFORDS !
McCItllan, the 19-year-old I II I

-Ii boy whose serious accident at Bluff 1 Mr. E. A. Thomas regi-tered at I; R. POUt

Springs yesterday, was reported in j I I, the Battle House, Mobile, \"t'sterday.I, F I JUST RECEIVE ;>,

these columns! was brought here at Misses Joie and Louise Bonifay I < < a line of .
: returned yesterday from a visit toi! FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER. II complete New s.\ .
4 p. m. yesterday and died two hours I II
i I friends in Brewton. I j 117 i Vest Inten&ncia Street. Office Phone, 31. Residence Phone,673. ** v* v< MEN'S PATENT Kn pt. ,
aftr arriving. When he arrived he
: I j with the -- ----- --- -- ------- I CORONA ,
: Mr. Herman Blake, now i ANIOXFORDS 1'\11. t \
ij was under the influence of morphine,
:i Skinner Mfg. Co. at E-carnbia, is in..
pl d which had been hypodermically incted : THE BIG STORE !
the city for a few days. AT $3.50 PAIR

j j'- by Dr. McDonald: of Century, ,
i Miss Nellie Wood is spending a I
the nearest available physician i I few days with Miss Helen Whaley : I II I

: { r; Con-ciousnesil was not regained j I on Xorth Barcelona street. I -+;-OFFERSSPECIAL *- Ii i ....... ...... ..... .....

and he died surrounded his !
"vr by
i Mr. H. L. Covington our well

s "; + t loved one?, without comforting them 1 known naval stores man is now in BARGAINS YOU CAN BUY CHEAPER OXFORDS, BIT 'IliL\

} with the last sign I of recognition. Jacksonville on a business trip.
ARE NOT BACKED BY OUR REPUTATION H',.
I ;ti When the train arrived, a few moment j Miss Goodwin,an attractive young; ,. ,
L I IN EVERY DEPARTMENT THIS WEEK. STYLE FIT AND WEAR. .." j
,
.
,01. <
late, the boy, more dead than S lady from Bainbridge, Ga., is in the
I
t # i r alive, wa carried by sympathetic city at the Lewis Howe for a few ,,

,4IF t k. railroad! men and :rt. A. Johnson to days. SHOES. I HARDWARE -
'i iI I I I
t the Lewi House, room having Mr. and Mrs. Harry Daniels left1
a ; We are over stocked on Ladies'Oxfords A Fine f 12.50Refrigerator for..K7:;
this morning to join the family of J. ': I
'
f } been enerou-I,y ;surrendered by the and to make room for our A Fine 2 String Broom for.. .. :27c

It a kind hearted proprietress Mr. cambia K. McCajkill Bay., who are camping on !, Immense Stock of SHOES: Pu.r-I A Good 3-Btriug Broom for.. .. L'IJC MEYER SHOE CO. .

chased for Fall, and are to '
Htlen I : Lewis, m which the physician I An All.Kip Wang-Stitched
C. C. Packard, editor of the "North ,, a few day, we have decided to Offer
could work; unmolested. I Was-on! Collar from.$1.95: to ?:2 75
r and :South." of Toledo, 0., arrived i I our Entire Stock at the following -

Jrltell.haw was in charge! of therrofe'sional here yesterday afternoon in the interest i Greatly I Reduced Prices: A Good Webb Halter I f"2oc I Feel FuriiMu-r* for lash Oulj.

t aiI cf his A Good Light-Weight: Buggy
cs work did was given publication. I All $1.591 Oxfords for. ..... ... .
t ; $1.27 Collar from. ..... ....75c: to SI :25:
11 able a'-i-tance from by-staiiders. Master: Oliver Brawner is vi"iting-I! All U.'j.) Oxfords for. .... .... ..U,3: Buggy Whips from .lc to ?:-J 50 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

I nt') a small room in the iioitb his friend. Alfred Xewberger, in j I All $2 W Oxfords: for .. ... ... .51.69 Best Values to be had in the city.

yt ., tide of the house the !sufferer was Mobile. His brother Fleming, has I All $2: 50 Oxfords for... ... ...$l.W) A Good Buggy or Wagon Harness .

just returned from a visit to friends : All S3.00: Oxfords for. .. .. .. .. .. 210 vwwwwwvwrnvwBARGAINS ,
+ : canted, and peering through every ?: for. .... .... ... .. ....*7.:>1
at Georgiana, Ala. i ii iI Collar Pads, good values..23 to 50c
These don't :
t window :and door were scores of prices apply to Queen :
'f + I Quality Oxfords, of which we have a Bargains in Crockery, Glass and
people, negroes for the most; part. i "I Never Knew ; r
Pain Killer t > Fail j, Full !btock. I Granite Ware.

The beat officer haJ difficulty in before, what caa the matter be? i f j I .
i iI
A' keeping the sidewalk clear of theses
Where is the bottle There I

; ,3 curious one. I, thought so; it i is not Perry Dat'ls'l DRY GOODS. tP-at $

i Dr. Renshaw after a short time, Painkiller at all, but something the :, Special Prices to Close Out Our Stock of Figured Lawns, Fancy White ,

brought! the boy to a state of semi- druggist must have made himself! Goods and all Sheer Fabrics Sheer Woolen Fabrics Mistras and other ...

con cioiisness, and by cutting off : and I did not notice it: 1 have used i i New Weave I Ii i I (:

i circulation altogether from the opPosite Painkiller for years for diarrbva: Shirt Waists at 35, 65 and 95c. I

} stimulated that in the injured cramps and stomach achE and it -
I
member. The boy had lot, so never failed." It(

much blood however that his : ... ,
JUilliaiu & Sou.
_l 5 i, : chaLC< for recovery were small, NEGRO TRAMPS Soljnson EVERY DAY

t'i and at Ii p. m., when carried to .St.Anthony's .

i hospital, he died. Tie ACTED UGLY -.. 111..

!l tI was froon afterwards removed to hismother's fO"tCt i-iiilil] iT.tlllK HI a gutter illld tilt --.
-- o'hllllllll'llI,1 l and followd him aJ. .
',I home,;50V East: Government ==BfTopj == ..
? 1 Two unknown ro trampact"d Hut at length lie reached the place -
strut, and from there the funeral indicated by the letUr and was retixid i :
ugly at Bohemia few
very a night
U- { will take place at I o'clock this; with marked truiiaidi i ration by the 11II....
since and threatened to do come 'right. ]rG?, hy the S. S. McClure lawyer, who ruse as Le entered."I O-AT-o .
evening.Mrs. ; 1 'ompany.j .t'
violence alit glad you came so' promptly! ,"
to Charley Costello, who
< H. Miller, an aunt, at 116 I Bat Pinaud stood on one of tie hills the lawyer raid! deferei.t'ally.' "I biip- ..c.
nr II was llisrmau on accommodation "Lich overlook 1'ortlnnd. Behind him
| undt.r&tand what
pose large
you a estate
i3 Kat: Gregory street, left at noon
't train Xo. :21, leaving; here at 11:05;:; were the forest and his past the little it 1sT'"Two

c t yesterday: in response to a message I cabin by the river, with his dugout huts r'd t'ousau', me t'ink letter IlL'"
p.m.
telling of the :accident and when hauled up on the bank, Lis traps and say." I Ci{
c t j Deputies went to look for the i iI "Yes, hundred ,
two thousand, dwellIng "
the reached HlutI hpriugs; found her I fishing poles and battered muzzle loading '
rowdy blacks this morning and they : rifle; before him-what? fondly on each word. "Here; up- L. FRIEDMAN & GO.'SfCrab
nephew at the homeof a Mr*. Parker hose you take this chair while I explain
are expected to be returned and' The afternoon sun flung its luminous "
r the matter in detail.
and under the care of Dr. McDonald.Jitwas .
t jailed: here this afternoon. :I arms into the city, while the forest behind Bat sat down ditlidently. placing his a.,
then unconscious. She accompanied was l-ecoming dark with its
1 own
Lat the floor and thc "feedle"IUTOJS
q It was given out that when the upon at"
ti.. boy here yesterday: fchndows. The future had come to him: his: !knees. Then as the lawyer

a i f tvening. train stopped at Bohemia, Laving in the gold of his v\filing; but it vas'' talked! Ins thoughts; went Mrating out } RACKET STORIL @ _(.

been rbgged: down, the two black : the future of his dreams. Already Le 'I into the golden future, to the wonderful JL'fmNmNNvwn'J
? The chief cause of the death
bjy's :
outlaws bad forgiven the knowledge; that was coming! to him
attempted to get on and ride past. I
;,, was Ins: of blood, ho l1.1viulIled;: i Of Us possessions he had: brought mid to little Pierre learning to play the '
without
I tickets. This is strictly "feedle" in the l'hLt'iI '. Now and\
I profusely since the accident and un only Lis "feetlle" and the letter which a
I s against; the company's rules and then a sentence of the lawyer drifted
M'-I'' .'; tit his arrival here. The left leg had 1.ts"lngtrapp.'r had !left at his cabin. into Ins reverie, and suddenly Le '
Costello refused to let them enter The one was to with him into his
l-Wen mashed: olf jmt above! the po sprang; to his feet with his eves blazins. ,
u. the car. A fight started,the negroes future to be "educat, poleesh;" the other I
t S ankle, and 1 an etlort to stop the blood nets and fishingtackle f.r i1rr' A" n'
attempting to carry out !one bad was the maic'y which would "\\lia dat too say? Tell me 'g'in, \1B Y R' I
was mide by binding the leg) below threats. open the way. quiik!" Le demanded. to suit everybody, at dll

ki"I t; / the knee. Thi did not -.ucceed. This Lad been the one grief of his I "About the Caw In the will?" the the Willis Hardware Co's.

l '.< --- To carry the threats into execution lifp-that be was -no etlncat polcesh." I lawyer a>ked blandly.is.. that is

S : Don't fail toee the Fountain! cf one of them threw his arms Music to him was only a common, natural what "gives you the money.' I.ucky flaw, Cleaning ladies skirts and wants NICKS

l Fire at I3Cn..Ii.1! BluH Friday night, about Costello's waist and attempted tLms. like breathing, without I "say. ,i Is one of cir specialties. Star Laun : I
]at mean ol" man Tatro like money
July::;. Train= leave at 3.3 and to wrestle with him. Costello was' notes or science. What! matter if he po to Le IViiMii Marie, oti y he make dry. -- t

= r fc:30. m. equal to this emergency, and by could wake the hermit thrush and oriole slip in de will? Me get him dat way. Thos. C. Watson k Co., :

t t I : and bobolink to ecstasy, or bring I JieyrThat's the Heal Estate ,
take
leading Agents
S 1"1'11:1'11: \ lei'; well directed blows from his lantern ,
I moisture to the hardest eye, or lightness about It," dryly. j all the worry oil the shoulders of the I nUTAUUNT! g

whipped the two cowards and they to the most sluggish;: feet, or I pentleiio3 "I>''n you t'ink me t.t.n"! owners of property, manage the I
j, + ; r lIy tarns \\ I.., 1\110KI'I'II \\". disappeared in tke woods. to the Leart that had bruised The lawyer looked surprised. renting of their houses and the collection I'

i cool in hot we:ither. ith,.If Into callousness? It was only "OL. come now'," he urged; hastily; of their rent as conscientiously -
4 "How." If they are caught they will both "It's all right. The law FUrS the money i as they would themselves. -
what came to Lini naturally, without Their .
lv eating (irapn-N'uts every div.N have to answer !some very serious is ours. ln'rJlhing is straight andalHvets'ar charges are very reasonable. -
'" effort He was no musician, Le would :
"Itlt. DAILY
l I ; i. I MENUS :
i i II. a'>t ratbut a goof, sound charges. tell you, with a deprecatory wave of his Mat readied down and picked up his I

I fact that thou-.inds make daily u?t' hand"Xon, non, m'sieur; not'in' but aI Lat which Le placed squarely upon his Comprise all ti'I! I III

of<.Jrape-Nuts i, a predicted food ANOTHER AGGJDENTIN poor I little Canuck who lode fertile." Lead. Then Le tucked the "feedle" under Hotel Camden Date Dishes tie. ,I.. .p-

lie Lad Lad no chance "for learn de his arm. ,
ketsof the Wor.ti
1 ilia which makes digestion '+ sy. MAtford.
i = i It gives the nourishment without truiiiuisic.." "Who muuey'long to." he demand l'IBIX.L.B.Dl.: .\, ALadies'
L. & N. YARDS
S.' itt 1 the Internal heat caused by heavy: Cut: now it was all Lore in the letter so s-Larply that the (lawyer moved back ..
carbonaceon food*. and placed a chair in front of him, "de '
which Le held in his Land -
j so tightly Is Now Open to the Public ..
St 1 You can fi-el from ten to twentydfuret's law or ul' man Tatro? Ih law cay plb ,
P and. though white frost was stealingthickly
cooler thin your neighbor Another: serious accident cccurred him me; ol man Tatro Fay plb Lira Private :
into his hair and rheumatism
C when you eit proper food that does, Mane-linn':" And without stopping! toparley under the management of
not overtax the stomach. at Goulding last night, wherein a taking possession! of his limbs, he went further words Rat strode contemptuously :*
I1 i ("Tape-Nut- mad: from certain Dining Parlor."
I \ negro switchman tamed Bush had i, don the slope' as eagerly and diffidently into the street. i MRS. S. MIMS
1 parts of the grain and by mechanical : M
as a scLoolfx. on his first jour. The sun was behind the hills and In ,
I, a process, the starches are changed: the rui-fortune to have one of his -- p
+, { 1 + k into grape sugar in the same manner my into the world of learning. place of its golden l>ed oning there was 1 of Pensacola, Florida,
f ; as the stomach would do in the first legs; so badly mangled: that it had to : Only once before in his life had the only dull universal eLadovv, pierced Regular Dinner Daily tC

i t it + act of digestion.! be amputated. unt'1.l't'l'It.cOllie to Lm! 1.000' from here and there by the electric lights of i l RATES REASONABLE, I ..
I of the cereals thedarknessl
The are
f Il phosphates the city. In the woods -
The man: was performing; the duties the very estate that was responsiblefor ...
and theseand I
retained In Grape-Nuts was without break but the trapper ] By the Day, Week or Month.
: I' the grape sugar: supply the he had been engaged iu for years tills letti-r. Halt of it had gone walked quietly Into them and disap I Short Order I'rompU' M-
-
; ; I1t'Ct'1ary nourishment to body, promptly! as an Incentive in a "feedlecontest Table Furnished with the Best the Filled Mxht or Ha> *L.
and in which he was regarded as' peared. Over yonder by the river were
fiJ Market Affords.
and centers.OrapeXuts "
brain nerve and little Pierre, who had I i !
is a concentrated food of the his cabin and the dugout on the bank, ""*""""
u one most expert. He became : W
I +a t giving etrength.vitality andcoolness i carried off the popular vote and so won and hIs traps and fishing poles and the I i Public Patronage Solicited. If It'i II'
y a trifle careless and before he knew !, tLe was at the Buston Conservatory WornethliuGooO I
to the body and energy and clearness i, prize now battered muzzle loading rifle. He wouldgo i I yon 'Iih,YOil'II' Q e
", p{ to the brain, in plice of the it he was marked for life by wheels of Music for his "educat, back to them. 1 I i Free Sample Rooms

u1.k. heavy, sluggish, draggy feeling i p<,krsh" Bat's thoughts reverted to FRANK II. SWEET. Nick Apostle's
,, caused by meat potatoes, etc. of approaching cars. I !l Sunday Rates Made to Traveling
j him as te went down the slope. and be j Men.j .
Another point. He was hurriedly brought to town : [I i
It is thoroughly cooked at the factory re>vl\ed that some of this greater fortune SWEET JAMAICA ORANCES.I j, BVH H H B M n MNH _M Popular Restaurant
by food experts and saves you on a switch engine and from the depot should flow over Into the future I

i the trouble. was carried to St.:: Anthony's of the poor bLoemaker's son. have purchased through Mr. G. 'GOVERNOR'S ISLAND, N. Y. IJIIIJlllll <

t You get it from the grocer! and by hospital the patrol ,' When he reached the sidewalks of Giardina the entire lot of fine Ja- : ".!.-Healed proposals rv) ) \\r\l jj \)
adding cream it is ready: to serve. wagon. I in triplicate, for furnishing for
54 the great city he went more maica oranges from the schooner
I No hot stove, no cross: cook,no lots The surgical work was performed slowly I age and straw required in Dept. of
of time or exertion as with other by Drs. Renshaw and Pierpont L. i
i food. & N. surgeons.A I II woman Le met and to smile at everyi from :20 cents to 40 cents a dozen.H. 30,1903, will be received here and at Jewelry in first-class style. J 1
I t Its crisp taste with the dslicate i I child and to assist all those be thought ALFMAN'S FBCIT STORE, places! indicated in instructions [3- Stephens.
sweet of the grape sugar makes it Chinese compositor needs a type overloaded with bundles. When a woman 315 South Palafoz Street stud hereunder, until 12 m., August
next the
I tu
+ } pleasing to the palate of the most case at least sixty feet long and has to happened to glance at him. he 7, 19J2.' U. S. reserves the right to

t. critical epicure. in each walk about twenty-five miles a day (I i dropped his gaze to the sidewalk andi Postal Telegraph office. 21jylw reject or accept any or all proposals Save by bWI' ng
book
Tne recipe packageof up and down it. i when a child looked at him he or any part thereof. Information Aloney '
Urape- uU gives many: pleasing: stopped furnished on application. Envelopes 2owrurn':
the
diU
1h salads: entrees and desserts | as though ready to enter Into conver Lay You can buy
s puddings containing proposals will be en lure at Marston # Quinai
i that can be made. When we get what we want, we do sation. Once he patted a dog, and the garden hose at the Willis dorsed! "Proposals for Forage and .
Worth a trial and a package will not ('njoylt as much as we had antlcii dos turned and followed him. At an- Straw at-." JOHN SIMPSON: Great Furniture f./If1f

provejit. i oated. 4.tcUson Globe. I I otbar toe: fce.ckeduj? a dirty., baxe- Hardware Co A. Q. M. G. lOjtt t512t rium.THE .


ll



.
r- -' .'