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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 26, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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31. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 26,1902 NO e ; i .

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E, \ Y TROUBLE CURED GIGANTIC DEAL CANS KNOCKS I OVERFLOWING RIVERS I JIM I 1idsIilllllleI Sufferinas. ::- ,- ; :



t at alth Greatly lm FLOOD TEXAS TOWNS I I ;
UNDER WAY STILL

j by Pe-ru-na, I II OUTJURNEROVERWHELMING PAINE'S CELERY : ;

I Long Continued Rains Make _

Special! to The Daily Sea s. j I COMPOUND i
DEFEAT OF LAT--
New Orleans La'. JulyOne; of | Streams Great Torrents. I II FITZSIMMONS ., I ,

"' the largest Inclll tllal, Lnantldl: am TER AT STOCKTON, CAL I EIGHTH Quickly Dissipates Tired Feelings : !

commercial deals which has err ; RIVER 2 MILES WIDE AT PECOS. I .
I IJ i been carried out in the couch Is now I!
and Gives New Life to i
; in process of consummation in New I "
Special to The Daily News. Railroad Traffic at Many Points l II I
s Orleans and New York. It involves I Special to The Daily X
Oakland, Cal., July 25.-.Joe Cans, Tied the Weak, Nervous and it'
tie! purchase in pan of every, cotton Completely Up-Much Damage I
the lightweight champion knocked out Han Francisco, July "
compress in this city and their absolute Has Resulted' to Farms In the Flooded Debilitated. ?1 i )
: Rufe Turner, of Stockton, Cal., In the
control in the !Lauds of wealthastern / generally predicted J r
v Mit1EV (\ ... fourteenth round here last night. Districts ,
.r. capitalists. Turner had no chance to win at Special to The Daily News: winner in the great Tired, languid and despondent t ,t tfeelings
One million dollars: has already been
prevail to an alarming
4 deposited for the purpose of this gtKantic any stage. Cans outclassed him an.! Dallas, Tex, July 25.; -There hasbeen whuh took place here during the heated term of sum extent !
I ended Ole fight when he was disposedto fall of mer. Huch feeling indicate 1 .
I t und..r takiIg. The sum to bo almost a continuous rain depleted
,; l t V 1i do so. He put Turner down for having knocked F1tz i blood and a feeble condition I
paid: to lose it will!! involve several covering practically the entire state .
iI St Stii the count twice In the fourth rouul, of the nervous system. ; (
millions more since Sunday, the downpour being particularly the eighth round. That
} once in the eighth, twice in the tenth, This is just the time when Paine's I r
S. B. MrCounico is the financier at heavy in western Texas.: In II .
four times in Fitz ; Celery Compound needed to build
the thirteenth, once in *o soon was a
the head of the syndicate which 13: Scurry county it has been raining for up dash and muscle, brace the nerves !t ;
the fourteenth and two three times ,
preparing to take over the twenty or seven days and nights, and all streams sporting men, as it was and clear and strengthen the brain. I j ,
.. presses which handle the cotton business I in the fifteenth before he finally put are out of their banks. The town v! Hick headaches, nervous prostration i
in New Orleans. The syndicate : on the finishing touches with a left Snyder has had no mail for three battle would last at sleeplessness and a general .

I MATOON. 1 is: Identified with tho Carnegie! crowd. hook to the jaw. Cans never took: days and is cut off from all communication !-[ roundil.I feeling of mental and physical depression : l .
a chance at Turner I by which life is made almost
stage. made
any -
of the According to the terms, 40 per centis except by telephone. The ;
Tr rarer circulated
a
:i a showing report : intolerable in the hot weather,, : I
poor in the sixth
t Onlcruf Good to be paid In cash based on the estimated except Traffic on the Texas and Pacific 1 is all be
:i can speedily banished
when he to be fake by the ,
muscled up enough was a was ab
: '; I U Nub Street, talus of the property and CO: aggressiveness almost completely tied up at Abilene use of a bottle or two of Paine's Celery

' 1 ,.1..1:4!! : I per cent la preferred stock upon to force Gans to the ropes. No trains have anived there from the It was a desperate :. Compound, nature's summer '
which dividends of 6 per cent are to: Cans came out of the fight without a renovator and strengthgiver.Paine's V ;
iic >gar I hid considerable mark west for three days. lot; entirely on the i i
or a scratch of sort. Turner
any
be guaranteed. At Dig Springs the town is underwater Celery Compound never I .
1'11I' pub/ my klJneft brought on however took a good beating. fighters. Both Jeffries fails to repair the wasted and '
The hitch in worn- I
only the deal is in tit 3
from 3 to 10 feet, and there is
dnrJNhl.hfhednegfected.
out tissues it ,
calms
a matter of tho presses owned by the much damage to the surrounding moos are ratified it was ; and perfectly I ,
,
:i.U who called \vlten regulates nervous action and brings t
j HMn Interests of Paris. The Heinesare farming country through the Moods. Fitzsimmons said that sweet and restful i
1 w ittaful medicine sleep! that : :
.. 1 n faith in it, lout willing! to surrender their holdings PRIVY COUNCIL MEETSON At Peccs the Pecos river is :2! miles the best I could ; the be makes life happy. 1 !i'

.-tl m* ft U it tie. ami but have notified the syndicate wide, and is flooding the alfalfa and The medicine that in the pat has: i '
that they, desire to sell outright for I will fight no more." done such marvelous things for '
I'' i>r..u.ht m mostI KING'S YACHT corn farms north of the townTh ,
I U:nl three 1..111001 cash.: It is understood that the man- railways have declined to re-reive<< any Jellries said: "l< tz; others this time., i is the kind you should use at : j

'. '!v ,< deal in this city has secured eight or express for shi[ment. me the fiercest fight I ,. f,

'., grateful fv ,'r options! upon every press upon There are many washouts along the
JHltii the tetras nil ntiont. The negotiations Special to The Daily News: i is the moat dangerous
trouble lire of the Texas and Pacific west of SENATOR

\ inii>rc,\'act have been carried on very quiet I London, July 'JS.-The Duke of Abi1r'ne. and: general traffic111 pe,. consider myself lucky FAIRBANKS'PRESIDENTIAL Ii

'n...lIh! vrr I ly. Devonshire, president of the privy taps: l>e interrupted for several days, when I did."
1 1 for let What the intentions of the syndicate although: an attempt will be made to BEE
',. \\\TIHI=N. are with aspect to the property have I council, and the other members of gEt a 'truin through today The men will today ,: ; 'i

r' )"'4tt--l not been learned, but it is suggested I the council, left here on a s-pecial At Vfc o the Brains rose from 15 vide between them F ).() I ; 't ,,

.r i !. A"' s I that the deal may have iome connection train this morning for Southamptonto feet to 28 feet within a short time yesterday i Jelfrie? by winning !: i Special to The Dally News. j i.1'r' ,
with the struggle between tsquare I but is reported to be falling
f ,. \\d- ,,,I bale and the round bale in- attend a meeting of the council this! morning. I retains the chaml' Washington, July 'Jii.; -The latest :!
:
I r''_:.t :! terests in the south aboard the royal yacht, Victoria and In an round Dallas: a driving rain world. gossip represents Senator Fairbanks .

I Albert. bt>:uii: failing last evening at 6 o'clock! II After the fight an of Indiana as arranging his political .

I RIVER ANDHARBOR This will be the first meeting ever and continued throughout the night Jetlries, made by the l lines so that if Senator Hanna enters Iii I:I
The cotton fields have received a ".
\ held by the royal council in such a thorough drenching, which will materially closed the fact that the convention of I'M as a candidate : .\j

ESTIMATESSpocial : place and under such circumstances. help that staple. broken and several fly or the presidency he will do the
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I I The weather at Cowes today isI shattered. His face same. He base his claim on the ,1

I I favorable. The king experienced CHARGE AGAINST and cut up, and the biz idea that what's fair for Ohio is fair ;
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; to The Daily Sews no ill effects from yesterday's cruise. shows today many for Indiana. .i I
RECISTRATION
NOTICE I Washington, July'23.The chief o! I *1
HIM DROPPED peyote battle to retain
', ..I- will be IJ engineers received: tho reports from Senator Hanna's friend claim he '
J i., *' ,. 'the engineers In charge of river I J champion. I, I:
cnurti and iWHITELAW REID I 1 i. not desiring the presidency, and I: r .
I r hahor "
iimiiMicn. improvements containing estimates
Fitzsimmons
: ',\' ,1u I I is in he expects the nomination to go to i I''
; uw -t, for the fiscal year 1904: M* Special to The Daily News. f

''..',.k-TusJaytration jor E. H. Ruffner Cincinnati district.l !I SAILS FOR HOMEj Indianapolis! July 25.-tt'/B. Wilson : I day in his sides and 7'I oseveh. He is holding his peace I; I I

,- hunk Big Sandy river, W. Va., and Ken I secretary and treasurer of the j I badly bruised and ;; now and awaiting developments. s
t'
I Will
11 any trot IMrto.ooft, ; Kentucky river Ky., $200. j Special to The Daily News. a communication from his attorney at j with the keenest pain. One Bottle of Burnett's Vanilla Extract is f!
t be in;; proper fi'K' ), to complete project $2.313,000.: : Parkersburg, W. Va., saying that the better than three of the doubtful '
lM okthut if Major John I). Knight submits the London, July 2t; -Mr. and Mr-. warrant for his arrest some time before he 'h
ullice th I on a charge c>f i 1 kind. Though costing a few cents I ; ,
correct y on following from the Chattanooga,, Whitelaw Reid sailed today from violating an injunction, issued by' the effects of the battle. more bottle its .
all -uch.tiiK.'t I per purity and great 1 i
;
Teen. district Tennessee I !
: river Judge Jackson bad been rescinded.The .
to get the ? Southampton: for New York make
; : on ;strength it the most economN ',
aj'i Y for the generalT above Chattanooga $::::aDD; Tennt-s I! warrant was Issued yesterday i ,
al brand .
N. AIAMtratiouCouutv.*. see river Chattanooga to Riverton the American liner Philadelphia.The after Judge; Jackson had permanently !I PRIZE FIGHT INNEW i.

'- AU.. llWi.ooO; ; to complete the project royal equerry escorted the coronation enjoined "Mother" Jones and other '

jyl' ;dFurniture fl.4S2.939.: :: :: I ambassador to the steamer organizers from try leg to get the miners Y'i ; I

go -. to quit work and giving some of i
I Try THE NEWS Want column it I by order of the kin:;. i I
let t ; organizers; Jail
I ( ) ,, -- the sentence's. It was I FROM SOUTH AFRICA 4 f !
to PKYOR'S. will
: pay you. expected that the warrant for Wllion I .1 :
would bo issued j Special' to The Daily New I 1 I I
HOT IRON today. --- i ; 1 '
I Wilson; understands that I J ; t'j t :
!; the charge i Asbury }'ark, N. J., !( to The j ,
Daily News.
ONDOC'S r: Special ..... J i I
Green Watson & Co. 5ll t J 1% :& JJrJTe2 Because of'' lively prize fight J' t
BITE fear It .
that would create a greater ward Park London, July :U(>.-General Lucas 1 H' : ;
furore than the men who brought the I between '
salt! desire at this time, but Wilson the station agent at Meyer ex-commander of the Orange : ii'
; II \l.l.lll.\Y .V COS OU>>> STA\I>>>. also believes that he83 I I Free State forces in the late Boer '
:Special: to The Daily News. entirely ;Eddie: Daly of ; ,
within the law at his meetings at : i war, arrived at t Southampton the t
Knoxville Tenn., July 25.-Mrs. E. Clarksburg and Falrmount, where |i fouled Daly and lost tha on ;, !i '
it
J. Wilson a beautiful young woman ':I! steamer Britton today en route to i
was were 125 f
charged that be made the In. over !spectators I
.< who resides near Bristol is reported! flaramatory speeches I Dresden, Saxony, to visit his wife
violating the
HALF-PRICE SALE 4 as having performed a remarkable In'l I I jury will be asked to : i '
junction. and daughter. This is the general's "
feat.She ; matter. j : j: ,

-(, "- was bitten by a mad dog, and first visit since the opening of the t } I J

the bite being between the ankle and MESSENGER I South African war. 1 I.. 11 I
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the knee on the right; limb she quickly ARRESTED ONCHARGE ;
General Meyer says the outlook la e' r !'
seized a poker and heated it red j: f!

Muslin UnderwearSATURDAY hot. Calling h
him to apply the
red-hot iron to the i. He expects lasting peace and a i ; : II
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poisoned part. Ills nerve failed, and ( i
steady return of I
MONDAY AND TUESDAY.-i* Mrs. Wilson inserted the Iron In her to The Daily News: prosperity. He t i : t 1 ti
own ,Special to The thinks Generals Botha Dewet .. ""Y
flesh burning a hole to the bone 7aicago. July '25.-1'he Daily \ and t t! f I
messEngerbo's
IVJRV: : PIECE OF MUSLINI where she had been bitten. This, It Delarney will follow him soon. He i j Ii
of the
Illinois district Philadelphia, Pa.,
I NDERWEAR WILL BE la claimed counteracted the poison and service, which delivers messenger declined to state whether or not he \ i J I
business
killed the hydrophobia : Hashin, ex-manager of will visit '
PLACED ON HALE. : : : germs. Inprobability all of the Western Union Telegraph Kruger while in Europe.Don't I i :1.
company : "
It paved her house ;
life. The I here, was arrested
'OSITIVELY NONE RESERVED. s dog bit two other persons and was According struck to today.an official the bo 's ing, charged with Fail to Try This. ; t ,t j ,
subsequently killed. > Whenever : :
honest f
an trial Is
ALL MARKED IN PLAIN t. i. made no demand and their( grivancca worth of jewels, the gireor : r
i to Electric
are unknown. Bitters for any trouble It (f
FIGURES:: AND WILL BE King Takes 'Airing on Deck. The same company also Mrs. Constance Drexel :
London, July> 23.: -This was the first looks after the local delivery service is recommended for a permanent cur .. p "t ,

Sold at Just Half Price. <& brilliant day since King Edward's arrival of the Postal Telegraph company, and I divorced wife of Dr. will surely be effected. It never fall&'i i i r

at Cowes Isle of Wight and his the boys at the latter office struck I of the U. S. navy. Mrs. to tone the stomach, regulate the kidneys j i Il;f 3

NONE: OF THESE WILL BE majesty enjoyed the sunshine on de c4.out of sympathy. The ,ijpatest Inconvenience formerly an actress of ] and bowels, stimulate the liver, f' J ';111

r-OLD AT THESE PRICES: At 12:50: p. m. the royal yacht left her occasioned by the strike invigorate the nerves and purify the :' .'ii

AFTER TUESDAY. : : : : moorings and cruised westward. All was on the board of trade floor. The reputation. blood. It's a wonderful tonic for run : i

reports from the spot agree that the striking boys met today and formed TEN CENTS down systems Electric Bitters positively .i", .ij.
the Chicago WILL BCV ,
king is steadily Improving. There Messenger Boys' unit n. cures J t ,
Ely's Cream kidney and liver '
iAVE Balm troubles
SEVENTY-FIVE SMYRNA RUGS LEFT. with a ; ; 1
membership of
another rehearsal of 1.500
was today troyal and at vince .
that it stomach !
you is the disorders
nervousness, sleep- "4
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once called i
procession from Buckingham i strike o! Its membar remedies
8" Quick at the Prices we have marked them. for nasal lessness, rheumatism j t ;
Organized neuralgia, and !
palace to Westminster Abbey. It Fltzpatrlck. of the Chicago the head. Full oize a'') : : I
- '1 1-awns Ginghams Organdies, Dimities was witnessed by a large crowd. FederatiOn of Labor organize the druggists. We mail it. expels malaria. Satisfaction guaranteed f; ;1

union and tu asked for a charter ELY BROS., 66 by W. A. D'Alemberte druggist. t f f.V.

and Piques. from the American Federation of La Only 50 cents.KEEPCOOL. !.. J .
Cut this out and take It to any bor. 153 Second Street iI'.j t. .

Pairs drug store or medicine dealer and get Messrs. ELY BROS.: WITH A REFRIO,1 j ,
Muslin
Curtains Must be Sold. with
greatly catarrh and '
ERATED .
a box of Chamberlain's! Stomach and Ball Bearing, keen cu t- ,, ent remedies without FIELD'S. MELON: FROM GAR- { t! I'1

Liver Tablets. The test physic. They ting Lawn Mowers, at the'! using one bottle of your ______ '
I
found relief and I "

GREEN, WATSON & co. also correct disorders of the stomach. Willis Hardware Go's- too highly each a CORA remedy.1ohs3 Betts flu t71LHTORSA, its : :" taraS ;: ,i. ,I

Price :5 cents. &. lt Try the NEWS Want Column...w Sept. 27,1-D2. ;t -1P-.J' I .,

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11 1 THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA SATURDAY JULY 28,1902

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STEAMSHIPS. FAST TRAIN RUSHESTO THE BALANCE THE BROAD- SMILE.A 'Barley=M ah

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Budget of .r..,. That Oufbt to JI

fi .j j" j j= < *** -' I...... a MUantUrope. Imported

5 1A" OCEAN TRIP&ho & ITS DESTRUCTIONAppalling OF HEALIU "The shirt waist man" remarked the I I Hops,

observer of events and things! "con" I Perfect Yeast

BOSTON ; tinues to keep one eye ou his ulster ,
NEW YORK
Accident on Penn-
4 AND ALL :/1 She-Do you believe: marriage Is a Filtered Water
5 RESORTS
EASTERN sylvania Railroad. lottery? ,

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rI He-Yes, and, what Is more I'm not AgeThis -
rf1 i ;
5 a\ n tn'e COLLIDED WITH WILD FLAT CAR. t"\l. \_. taking any chances.

J combination makes
I I.J
COMPANY:
{ OCEAN STEAMSHIP Six Reported Killed Many Injured and Is often very much PatenC'e-Sbe's been engaged for seven -
LOW R.\TE -M '.111,11 :OLIl HE 1 .
i iSailings Fire anc! against the wife. years.I'atriee1Vhy
Took
Hour of Ocean Breezes" Four Missing-Train
JO she'dbeen
Her strength is un I didn't know

each \VeeK f Was Consumed With the Exceptionof dermined she loses going to the seashore as long as 6

3 from Savannah. Ga. JI Two Rear Pullman Sleepers. flesh and her energy that!
and courage slowly leak away from her. the "King of 'Bottled 'BeersEvery bottle Is

V ...Tlie.n.am'al.: ;" 4I'.btrA....t. -ot.TT thin.c.i rolmar{ | Litw-"": ':IIHHUIII, ,I'M J Indianapolis July 26.! -A special to Gradually the comradeship of husbandand "The man who travels on his cheek"remarked labeled and cork Is plainly branded
.
first he takes every
aate..yhttlllr.vtr.mrslrhurrn "t.' c 1,1.1" wife is broken up. At
the observer of events and :
.. ,. 0.
J In rI&'puenta .To '" '" utl.r1 r r l-y aw The Smtinel from Treberns. says:
J tluut in. i'..".., in ...v.m.li oral t. Mirtvl f his solitary pleasures reluctantly but things, "has a hard road to travel." : u'BudbJeiserso there can be no substitute.
t, y.T t+ .......,. utar r<. \rw t-' : One of the most appalling wrecks ir later he hardly seems to remember the

Y_ i- --roe-feria. ?.,.....,o... aOWla.- J I the history of the Pennsylvania rail old days over which his wife in her I The product ofAnheuserBusch
t t ....u t.c a'.LO TO Church-I>o you suppose the people :
4. here last at 10:20: weakness mourns daily.
a....... ...rori.'.. Ill.. I>..ar.... Fla road occurred night
a
Il r.M' ........I. Tkkrt ...., r...arola. I'.. 1 o'clock when the limited from St Women who find their health failing, up in Mars are wearing straw hats? i BrewingAss'nSt.

a.I1rIMPlh., ':;.:;;h.eawnl4fla. Louis to New York with a heavy trainof and womanly ailments fastening on them, I Gotham don't know; I've seen a.

coach should promptly begin the use of Dr. lot blow up that way. j Louis. U. S. A.
_ I engine two mall cars day Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It corrects BrtbffJ also of Black & Tan. Anheusr.9landard, Ptle-Ligrr

and four Pullman sleepers, while run irregularity, dries the drains which I Fault Export: Pale. Exquisite. MlcbeUb and Malt\oir,*,
and beeftrust
"If all flesh is : the
GLNKUAL FKKNCll: hCHKDULK ning at 70 miles an hour, crashed Into weaken women, heals inflammation and grass DmilEKsER
BKOS. NhuWle
# I continues to act haughtily," re Dealers, IVusaeola, IL ,
L a wild flat car loaded with coal ulceration, and cures female weakness. It

Following i 1(1 toe schedule 'of the j: coming down grade toward it at the makes weak women strong, sick women I marked the observer of events and -

v government steamer General< j well. Sick women are invited to consult things, "th chances arc that hay will
I rate of 25 relies an hour. Sound kidneys are safeguards ofi Rubber hose all. -
;' which THE NEWS prints for the I Dr. Pierce by letter, free. All correspondence I IK 'way I." !' : a!
I life. Make the kidneys withFoley's
healthy
-L. benefit of the merchants who hip i I Engineer Burned to Crisp. held as strictly private and the Willis Hardware
Cure. Sold W. A. t
Kidney by
their goods to the various army sacredly confidential. Address Dr. R. V. Mrs. Tll'aroorn-DOIs husband i "
1 I Three dead bodies have been taken D'Alemberte, 121:! South Palafox street. I .
i t posts, : !1 1lAo.n'I..olacola Pierce Buffalo, X. Y. shout! for Union forever? i t'YD1-ltaloial1\\''* Ktijtnd .\. .,
.. ?. .... ... ..... 7Wa. from the wreck. The engineer's body sufferer from female weaknev WalJIQho. Indeed! lie's ----- -- I makes epcry uU ul ev..1 _
LC&TraliarrancuL. ... ... ............. 7:5" a. 01'1. will never be recovered, being binned I had fir been about a great ntes Mrs Emma- Mrs. try- I -
L a 3 LravrrPlckrne ..... ..... ? ":00 a. m. Richard. "f O two,,e"jrarx" Co.. Ky. "Could ling to get a divorce already. You will have pride i .
m Wayne ,
... .. ... to ashes. Four others are known ir 7ff/17n
Leaves I:iirrauca. .. .. .. ":I5tt. n6LrYrs do work uf the time. I took fourbottle I II' I flower if .
not tnv part garden t'iry
i't-ncacolt* .. ... .... ..10:15 a. m. : b.. burned to death and several: more of I>r. Pirrte Favorite I're cnption and i '
and thenmakft Do\.Jct--lIo: think automobilesare ,)wll round. Your "!1-t' ,
Arrive liarranc-iis. 11:111 a. m. did. I have also used Dr. you
$Ii { a trip to KortMcKce sod ben return I. are mj,, :liThe/; train: was total'sc'onsnmPd : felt Pierces as well olden a" I ever Medical In
to larrancH by fire with the exceptionof : lion of the throat *.th good re-iilts and half: j 'Uxative Br Oi)0'Quinine Ta :etsi I though; he in.iy; t' ;r k
; 1raves Hirrancaa .... ..... 1:15 p. m. of bottle cured throat\hen I could i I'u-ielor--Yes. I knew a fdl.'Whl)
#r'1 Lra1... rickroa ... -.. .. 1.-5 p. ">, ,I the two rear Pullmans.! Sixteen per scarcely one: swallow" my took a irirl out in one and he's going to i I the rtmcthat cares a toitl la cue day I verywoiitarl: win:- .
(1 1.al" 1'ra.acola .. .. .... !:*] p. m I ir : II I own and if she will .v. ,
a 1ra1'ra 'lfkD .. .... .. :.:1 la p. mArnvrs sonsere injured. T\\0 postal clerhL The People's Common Sense: Medical I! iiiairy Ler.-Yonkers t ; Parranrns Rai p. tnn. and makes are dead two others are badly scabs i Adviser, looq pages, free, on receipt of I ---- --- -- ; ?4Ih)\V1IKiY. i I Thus. C. Watson & f ,

t trip to Meltami return. the ; t'.t. and! a i'.tu-ii! or more people art 1 stamps for nnilin; onlv.. Send 21 one- I Si;in MIT \nutlni;. : The undersigned take-thi m> thud! | leading Real! F-: : \ .
JE ri \Vdne-ihty-andSatiird.iy 1 : ; cent stamps for the paper-covered hook I )f offering her e.erviceas a ean sliow her !u v -
e :a boat wi'l (leave Jl.trrttcasyeaPick. mule or !Sefs badly scalded and bun I lie-Indeed tin re's jolly good fl"hn: ? |
for the cloth-hound volume me.
flr-t-cljiss
licenced midwife having
or 31 stamps -
i 1, ., en+ for IVrisucola at tiiU: p. m. I otlif'1'\\ i'p. V. N. Y. al-out here. MKs swift made a treat : --
to Dr. R. Pierce Buffalo I II had Ho yearexperience. j
t t ,' The (teuf-ral French is f.)r army I Ipurp..t 'flucrash<< : came in the darkness I catch wit n tohl':1", lure last summer.Slip I Buy a. new ,,'. .
: Can give best of referm es /ruiuj g'ar
? -- only and any outsider mu-t end to add to the horror, a gas tau!, I -Yi-s: that old man was worth' |i
.t tl! .
I shape. It is torn for 200:! ands. EP. leading phy.-kitii- i" city.Mns.
up from the Willis{
nave from the : ; JIll
a fjuartelmHtel nt least '
pa- uruVr a <'arh exploded and the entin a nrililoa.-1ttsbirg Tress.Need i iI I .M. (iiiiDEX'-- '
take her. I Hutchison! claim agent of the road '
( ; o pa-?af0 i
: wreck! was a mass of flames three lit! 111 nuts DeViIher St
i Is preparing a li'-t of the injured aFi I Company.OFFETT'.
minutes after the collision with tin : 'I'hp" In Tlirlr HIISIIOH,

STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE runawaj coal car. i accurately the confusion will allow "There can't le any bullfights in our
I : It will he days before the exact list country.Vhy."

tttt lItt of Casualties.The : li; known.A "\ m.tr DR. M 'S

1 f d.-ad\ : story !Is current today that tin | "Tlu beef tru-t couldn't spare tie
Rrlurrn I'rr IU"ula and Milton-BUilt
: v > : :\1.! M. Peters, Columbus 0., railway I i coal car was run from Xenia to Trc- I! LulLO-civvt-lar.! PlainVacation Vl'lll'l"
.lay KIIIIN '"oily 1\1'1'1'1: t-un(lnCITY ), i i bolts down in _:
postal clfeik.! i grade charge!; of a :
A
OI TAMPA.LT ." ; K.: 1-'. M. McKeown! Greenfield, Ind., brakeman who could not set th. Days eflahiLAs

i railway: postal clerk I 1 brake as it refused to work.n en
Milton .. 'Biu l.vlVn-acola.l.w'pm Vacation! time is here and the children
I ,
ArPrnnrola.'nifll Ar31ittou..a.winFnrrlktcRuundtnprt ; William Clark Columbus 0., en pine chased after it. When the brakeman ( )
of doors.
living out
are fairly
; ,+i. girder.V.'il'iiam: :i saw he could not check the car K Sl ui : _' I he There could be no healthier place for IterJ.W.nPrrv(" \rkan as MelhodM CQr.none*:'rril'8:) 'Fne'iud. .1' tt u -,
= = Columbus 0. fire jumped.Second .
=::: Dwyer I..op..ka".o'.T..TIIIS.We"oDIrb. w....ba.erU'.t'' Ji m 11
,I Collison Narrowly Averted. them. You need only to guard againstthe coin h-nt u.a pa.'tj.'f an' 14
lalti In 1'inb111d. man.Two 1"pn in bait dm.liiun. t u,days!.and n.ithm that we give did. a-ijfi I; o.!> I >
One ,,f the ;,n-utes-t trials a t iitor: inruilaiui unknown women, burned tr Clarence KIncaid. treasurer of th accidents incidental to most open tHTft rh.r and he has had no further troub-: Other memlxra ot the fan. j tji. .- lit
.
i air sports. Xo remedy equals DeWitt'sIVitch Len a perfect suctess.BOYS
has tfiuluro U a Finnish death In second Pullman.! | Colonial Distilling company of Tre
I Four missing be boin is dup deserving credit for hit I hazeSalve for quickly stop
tutu.! Tinluetli'fl uf -ructylure is persons ; may
I 1 pain or removing danger of serious l'O.pn..IoI'lomali.. TIns
i' tl Ual<|Ut\ Div_ (.hted uf outer il'ithiii! ;: and burned in the wreck. great presence of mind in avertiua lunsequeoces. For l'uts. scalds and GIRLS !J mmiry dnir>. ,pit. i

_ I I' nttr! --ut.1 .

I I Jon are slung hi a sort
1 k of cord alHNv scalded about face and hands11: to the TaK bruise says L. B. Johnson Swift. llluc natt-r. you fU-r used in the wit !h.! \\Vritvltilay.I >te jour leniii\! I -
In" ( large; ; eyewitness catastrophe. .
I! oUUIT IM.( t-Nf. aid a.' will -,1..1 b> r.- urn mail! our 'z'n raring- I 81 "*.
;i r1YV'ptaiLL liUe! the lM,ili-rs la i>ublloLmiidries. reoov r.William. i i hg in the situation at a glance lir 'I Tex. "It is the best remedy on the W ben you have sold tin-in return u- ..U.... i flaming tin tmlano-. sue H'u .'
Sure for piles and Inn 11011"11..11,,, but ,,'nlt111 uLC..lddrrr.GLhtN .
market. cure
I
II This is almost CIK-.1 with G. Forsjthe, Indianapolis i knew that a fast freight: was about skin diseases. Deware of counter. >I.\.\ ('" .\( 'II ItI.\(. (0. Dr it. C lets Iii,. lit I'h'lI',
i t"1.1.1 "':It'r. into \\ hkh at the ri;:ht inoLiint scalded) about the face and hands and ,I
t. Colonial feits. Hargis' Pharmacy John Sheppard -
l, is tiling a Li rw retHiot brisk or Injured internally.! : I II Kalui.
and Sydney
4 |i4tH'"' of iron which of course causes I Fred Carpenter Indianapolis was I tance away, he notified the operatorat !I ROYAL STANDARD \lUIIMitl!
IF
h an ovfrnhi-hiiin rush of straw to ;istvthl stunned and cut about the head; will Xenia of the collision: and asked I I Know One Vire 1.r.I' :

oust almost <-h.>ke you. Then recover. :I if there was not some war in which Icran obttiuate coJ
it _ \\lieii that I'PM-ess has pinton suili. Twelve others whose names could I to Intercept the frt-inht. The word! 8 Years Old in Cases cl 4 Full Quarts, at S3 20 per cIt ::

-fiitl\| Ion;; you lire shaken out of jour not b.- cured. I camp bark that it was too late. Thf IF YOU ARE --- ------ -
Ljiunimk. (iiaruersfl in (i>ld water and
J. 4 '"" How Accident Occurred. i Iieleht was rapidly nearing the wreck \VHISKKYi-di-tilledut: : j fit- N '

a after HI'Ilra"tic, treatuieut you refuiuo I KIncaid ( /IiI! :>d to George Barr ChifaKO. LOOKING FOR BARCAINS JL 1 I\y., Ii-tlllery: and I- fully mnrui: I
I t- i. f \ jour raiuii-ht. sadder and wiser This little town is 3 milts west of
l I ,' ; Hamilton and Dayton railroatagett. bt t..r.b.ttlill" : it i-ab-olnt'-y: ;>ui'celn Ii
J Ii < than l.M.t\! jour tiovilt experience. I Xenia. There is a heavy down wlosr track is parallel, to takF '11'1 (JnaI7t by any Whi-kt, y: vt tino

.. grade from that city hprt1111(' Tiie '
1 It I in his lantern and flag the train Fin the next ten days I will ?< II t matter when! produced. *"
t't > .iinwrl )*4r I 1)4* i>HAt .. I switching coal cars there last; night a 1 it eight years old when! battled at J

I the liea-1 ..I' the gulf ,>( Ilitre t.ltitniit I loaded flat car put loose and shotIo'n 'i, which could be heard approaching; ir i,I you any article now in -took at a Its exci lleiit quality: is the! clap! \ -'
: the distance. Barr: ran several; l 'luari /'!' .
i l.i a mountain on thelIl11lUit of the heavy grade" toward this discount of 25; per cent from the ren'- tile market at that price. A a bv.
i down the track and stopped] the oncoming an ab-tdtitely -ti nulant, then -
; which the slimes dur- pure
I sin perpetually hamM. The limited express: on the uhr price Think of it-you will5U'P
t ; fj I its the ti\u tI.!)!; of .luiiu l':'. Lit, .!1, _'! I Pennsylvania road was speeding freight Kincaid in the meantime '' rhilsped in ca-es containing IJI) n. MU/ '
;: on .
; diamond ,
ring or
secured assistance from employesof # 1 on a ; pin indicate contents. If pnrch.i-er u,
111,1:1.:: sic hours this :
..y tlj'" of i\i-ry during the same track in the opposite! direr his distillery, shut down the plant where at regular price it would cot thewru-key, Inot ;.iti-fied warcan '
fci-a.son .' turn at the rate of 70 miles: an hour.II i return the game at our exp' ; -
; beaus Mo<-.kholuiroUiil with ,'i-it. wa late, and Engineer Clark wa I I and put the force to work rescuing: tht $tlll 0. see ; you ave! 1;> cents on will b.. refunded.All .

; j'" ors nuxious to witness the I'benoine- I eying to make tip lost time. I mini el.BODY!. i 1 1i 1I i every dollar's worth you buy. Now orderhotiM be accunipt: I i icnrrmcy.

I !"1 ln t: ; IlotLt the same place during winter i In the daikntM. he evidently did not I i I i i" the time to buy your diamond* or LIGHT YARS OLD pu-toll'ce money order b "r r I

t :', the ftiu ilisuppenis and is lint s t the coal orr.inz\
see car It
: or saw to
a wivks. Then it comes in sight main: I late. I -- I cheap. Call and examine p STARDAR !:auk or any merchant: in l'ell"ul'.i.1.S. .
Ills tran! crashed into the car very:
:' ( for ten iiittH-n "r twenty minutes !
and in an Instant later the entire mass Fleeting on Water Near Scene of Ac ;good. Renemhcrthis oiler is for
I a tradinlly ls'leiuthcnin its stay untiltnally '
q ; : cidert. No trouble to how A. FRIEDMAN
was a burning! pile of wreckage. In only ten days. .
rs it !t.iys. in si..;ht cuutlnuou"Iyfor : I i ,
1I" It were nearly 50 human beings. Ten Savannah. Ga.: July! .-The funerals !ewd.. J. STKrilEN-,
upward of T.M hours.nr I
G .: -- minutes later all had been taken out I of three of the victims of the 112:South Palifox street S'H.E 1'KOHKIKTilR. I'EN-At: V

(I t of the burning: mass but squall that strut k the sloop I Ix>rel! Ue' .
1 t 4 t '| lion of ( "lor.t I se\en. !I i in the
last The finest line of umbrella
Tuesday and capsized her toolplace .
r+ 1 it I( n"bj.II1I1:' f 'un"twt when painting Escaped Without Clothing.Pa :: yesterday. Mrs Allen! X. Car. city is at J. I. ritepheus', Uo look 1tiY ii isKE1'4a"earv I !' o. BOX IIH. TII.KI'II: i "
the of Victoria made _
f j-orin.t yueen :
i them. -
j i sergtig escaped without clothina I dler buried; in Bona at
t i i : was \'tr.turp ctmettrry
the nlll.l nlilioii ot the
Carter which
; ;: ;
I except the seven in the day coaches Dr. I uIM. 1.-1 handle every cl i.... "f I. .
'ihihe
( was |.:irt ..f his illii,innim sitters costume and and Mrs. Stephen aCalder's I f ;/ very best
I you ittle whol"le retail. .
r'M h
The surviving stood helpless an.1btard bodies : bulk or or
were shipped to Sun
I : a ( ert.Jin toutof Hue. The i at thevery
i# j .iu
'} ; tare but I '..u"lalit stuck to his color. ore man pinned In the wreckage foi tel day. lowest price, the Willis AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BlR

i s r p t. l> )\' d.ly If rcceucd from Windsor a i whom ail was Impossible. For thre l.ateester'ar afternoon the body : Hardware Co. can pleaseyou. -

r 1 litll. turn-I roiiUUUlim the order of the 1 1I hours the wreck burned. 'fhe Xenia of little Olpa! ('alder the fourth vie 1

f :. # !jrter. The ijueeii, fully convinced i and Dayton fire departments went t< I tim. was found. It was floating or WICKS&Co.

I u tli.ltUe was right. hid sei.t hiia; the! the srpne. They could save no life i the water about half a mile from the We will launder your spreads tot

riliUui u. prove his color MIIIVO was IMI i William Dwyer the fireman. wa spot where the Lovell D<>H capsized 115 cents each and make them loot

!I r "rolll hlie .J.lI! not coufir the Garter taken out alive, but lived only) 3' The find was made by Mike Hard-v !. like uw. htar Laundry.- Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter

c' ii'.0 ultltt llilil, lIu\\\... I minutes. Four postal clerks were '1 1 and h. R Rlith. who were out sailing { ,

the mail cars They were Gifford I They ran their boat alongside |iirk.'" Water coolers that do not

t Tti "iiiiiiilnu, t liinii;'on,Mi4.The : and Forsythe, of Indianapolis; Peters up the body and carried it to Thin waste ice, at the WillisHardware No. i South Pnlafos Street

rib. c rhatttp..u' hip! oniiuittee ">f the : of ('oll1mlm 0., and McOowan, 01 d rholt. Co.'s.WKKKL.Y All Klnrt-< Ot Plu'nbinif and iM K't''i,; r Vattrials K- ,

AianteurtliVtic! : m-ion. upon ntpiestt'f I Greenfield. Ind. .,,:. p'rasfa9td iIO\ .... > t i 4 i. aatfs
? t ,':IIIT'l!n t' II. Slierrill of the New 1 A Cure For Summer Complaint. -

Yak .\ii.:i>lu- .! lo. !has :'!\'t'n to that Bodies Scalded ard Mangled.The I'+CIII'aH L.

g. i s I ilub i tl(.' |1'1' p.f' : !lioldniu the All'U- ,I bodies of Peters and McGowanwere Summer complaint children is this unusually prevalent A FOK STEAM PIYI9I0.Plhs1COIsAtI4I'Itit 1\len Aso ,7 e ; JY
among season.
h1lr Ai' .I:i; lI'Ijllll'l! -''illl'l recovered badly scalded! and l .dom. .
t : 'IniuT" i l-in-l.! well developed case in the writer'sfamily : : :IritJllwA:
waa i "i jHuli-'i t 1I iv .it manglelIt was an hour before

ht i 3 New 1. i, the ev i' .!. In I I." I'" '1:1': ,'<. help arrived from Xenia.: The survivors was cured last week by the HAII.WAY COM [:AN K, srf'I--5tH: I" A \ FRY t ." ill, .

:tit .1':, .V U" > ti .I. !u'f,: : I,:.' ai! ixi i, were taken there and the Injured timely use of Chamberlain's Colic, i,I Trains It-are Pen'ftcola for the Lit:. IMPORTER .AND JOBBER OF

a tJDt. mile Tintie ,. ul!,;..u..iips; tti! cared! fnl.ater in the night a Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemed--one Bayou Klg liayou. \\ arricgloa. 'aTj 1 ar
t epseial of the best patent medicines manufactured and Fort harr Qca> at
will ilivuli! 1 tlirt- .
> Tito si-is
}(*r ti nk the
people' uninjured to Co-
J; tl 1 and will trt VU1 July 1_. .\tlt:. :U.::. and him! and which is always kept on fl.30 a in.arrive at Port Karrancai 1:15s i HARDWARE.
u.
hand at the home of ye scribe. This .,:..: r. m.arrive at Fort Barranca 10: { ( k-L I. iteMiles the clntinpicneiit > hq]' I >r.y of thaw n.ll; ror.tiruo! on theta Is not intended as a free puff for the 1U p.m. arrive *: Fort Karrancai lay pi
c\ n full |>ronu'iue of hIIIII"I1') 8M p. Tn. arrive at Fort Harranca 4:18 p c
j mr'"ey Thn e \vi..kin i who do not advertise! withus.
? crews ar company fcrrlve at Kurt Barranca TOOpt
4:15 p. m. Iron Sai1.xe. Shovi\ I IHaw Mil) and! <'F Fir, >
1' will be each day. t'ul- ,
+ 1r nciit: given as ri.i.and: the ti I '\ 'ipl.igut\ ; in but to benefit little sufferers who sijup: m arrive at Fort HarrancM g:4&.i '
.
ikn a.d Heatin.v -. Hat : <
!
:
.. ;, lows: not be within of Trams ere *ort Harunc..lor Penis : uppllel ? '
may eas8CCPSS a
i cola at Window Ola: '... J'lnPhtols all J Fi .'lli., I' r
9 $ : July TJ at 3 p. m. (high water at 4:10 The Best physician. Xo family should be with
t liniment For Strains.Mr. ..
.... .
(' p. m.I. 2"J 1' yards champion-hip, 1"0 out a bottle of this medicine in the Tiha.m. arrive at fcneacola Q"a.e Aat ami Tinware lulu Iloiisoriiriiisliinz: (It II .
: 1 H, Wells, the merchant at ll'V p m. arrive at l'elilacoi..l1: : pu
yards! handk-ap\ open and lit) yards house, especially in summer time.- :all p. m. arrive at Pensacola._... :: St. -.1
blot k'\ Deer. Park, Lon; Island N. Y., says: Lansine, Iowa Journal. For sale by 5iVi p m arrive at Hensacola; est j E7i ''LrAUJoSnm:; KIUMINdHAM ROLLINd MILLvere [ ("
i t'll'n.11
#, i 1"1 always recommend Chamberlain's! all )ip m. arrive at PenrocOa.; I.') P ,
'' : :2 :;iI drtiegists and medicine! d .\ ;: iS at':2 p. m. t thlch! water at : Pain Calm the best liniment! for 'S:<5 p. m. arrive Feaeacola._._ iJOtr -
I as
Liftin & Hand Powder Co.. Juriu-
p. inU'> yards championship\ \ cue datard yi only Wheel C '.,
strains. I used it last winter for a
Kin and Jl1ckit", and Itaug.It
Iron '- .
FAST Pus WEEK DATS.Peniaoolato undoes
r tulle championship! 2"Ji I yardhandl '' Pocket
d lamer.t-ss in the and
severe side result cutlery scissors
Fort hurrancas and retort tt. i Couptk To.'s Hiw Hide Lace Leather. Mi-
i t cap open and Jlo yards novice, oin-n. in; from a strain, and was greatly from the finest to the feni&cola to Nary Yard and retaru.. "4. Mad Railroad Color.
iV't. I at I: m. (inch water nt 11 iNI I I pleased with the quirk relM and cureit Penlaoola to Palmetto Kcacb and retcrt: U8U5DAT

p. rill I. li*u yards ehauipioiehuip, oi\v- effected., Fcr sale l-y all druggists cheapest, at the Willis ICBIDUDI.: Masonic Temple 3y Pf"lI"ijf'uJa. ll

l Lilt hulk lundk-np. OIK'U: I\KJ yards I,I and! medicine! dealors! llardicare Co.CASTOR. when coRChe weather permits the rcnnlcg t ,,

I L.nnMcnp. open, and :-'IJ and liar ;':Ir.!<1 : open I !
H CODP0
beau euiaeola LT Fort KarraD "'. W. B. WRIGHT ( ,

.. t notk'eo ol'n.Bronchits| Foley's Honey and Tai ( .a., m.m. II 10 s. m m.u -7|

; i t't nrchUdren.ssfe.sure Vi opiate- !IA 1p.m. I pm *
I m ( m,
p. p. MA.NCFAtTUKERS AMI : I.
: For Twenty Years. (=' .ABTOn.r A. 1 p. m p.a. .

-1l' Mrs. Minerva Smith of 113n\ ,1'0' h'j 1 J P;? /lJI'sBw'. For lalants and Children I p. m p m. 'i-
S p. m. t p.m .- { I.lATfS.lLJ' .
P+ i r 111., writes: 'I had bronchitis for : >! rtfZl'a/ r J' file Kind You Have Always Baogiv p.m tp.m, f-o LUMBER,

.. twenty years and never got relief until 1.1 /L.l1I1 i". .Ail vox 1V3 DAY "

I I used Foley's Honey and Tar Bt: .... toirnrn .. /, t'aaiaaoiato 1 and and r art tnrc barrtooai___!_''in_,_ n.Pennoo.'t 'I ;.. -i !iIEDCIPEES8ifllSCLt8iPEN":
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i j 'III bleb Is a sure c're.: Sold! by W. A. tAiNR SALVE .;,: J r"lIrll-to Palmetto___B icb_tea_ Jt I ::: ,J.
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r-pn-r-nn J
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j D'Ali'nib-'rtc 121 South Falafcx: street themos: h(aiingsllft' in th4l..orltl I I No freight elred after 1:1111. n>. I i



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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 2t3,1802. ;:
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I THRIFTY FRENCH" PEASANTSNearly ITM, SOO FIRE AT ALBANY, N. Y. 2 !
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I Don't Treat Symptoms'' i rn:

X.B.Oc OHEMlltN 1 111.( IOtJttO Own Land.Lire I pon Their I One Fireman Killed and Other Injured ji I .

by Fal'ing! Walls.Altccy. Go after the cause. Stimulants and cathartics will nevercure indigestion. t, t ; I ;i
The in which the t
I proportion occupations KY.. July 23; ,-One fireman They may temporarily relieve the system but the next meal clogs i it again. The !

KING OF ALL BOTTLED BEER6V: : of Freneli MX'U'ty are divided between dead one in the hospital believedto food should be digested. The nourishment-health-strength, it coatalni ,t'f''f' "I'I

SOLD : : _J acric-ulture: intlustriili, the be dying and another seriously In | should be appropriated-absorbed bj the system ;) i : I I I
professions and the arts is natural and : '
ju red IQ addition to a monetary loss |
-- right. Practically half her' ii i>uljtiou KODOL : 'I; !
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variously estimated at from $500.000 I Children ,?
is immediately dependent, as is a considerably
> ALABAMA : BLOOMS[ THAT POISONODORS to $?50,0ort, is the result of the fire i
MINE'I higher; percentage indirectly, i purifies, cleanses, strengthens sweetens the stomach. "I i ;
--- I i the !ioil.ltHe Wu1'untLeeultlvatiunut broke out in the heart of that i I Thrive This new discovery digests! all classes of food and assists j
Will business district before 3 i the stomach and : 'I I! II
its shortly a. j digestive organs ia assimilating and : "
'' all, nearly 1t'.t.I\.IlMItj members of fumi -
,,t of Money. I OF FLOWERS THAT ARE HARM i flies live uimii their own land!, and the m. The dead fireman is D. K. Bishop transforming it into the kind of nourishment that if ;; 1 M,

-1.1 July 23.: FUL TO HEALTH. ', I'' an auxiliary member of the Insurance on taken up by the blood and fed to the tissues throughout : ;
-E"i'l I i iIle employers are moie numerous than the various of the
Kodol
I organs body. cures indigestion I' '
Con.ft ii \
-- patrol and prominent in the
.. pasacdl I i the employed. a thing unique In the I Kodol and dyspepsia thus removing the cause of all stomach i ,: *!:
> air.taliMs! ''ar- of the Puppy I.. It (Contain world, the llIdl'l'lItlll'l'ntury. i city's social and financial! circles. troubles. Kodol such t
i-ais rfves strength to the body that ; ; l.
:. "irn home from Opium and Ii.dufn Ur."Iu..I j The salient fat iu the soda) strue- James J. Shelly a fellow member of it is invaluable in ill waiting: diseases. : I'

:'h"rnabama! Tu 11'1'. That Artllunurrouv end lure of Trance is that she numbers no the patrol was dug out of a mass of'I "I wish to think you for what Kodol hajdon for me." wrltei CllftonGlrtou Cohen, lad ; i 1

\ Governor Waiparty Produce Light llf-nilr<]neti. f I j l less than :t;( ,((") proprietor who wreckage badly! burned and hips dislocated "It sighs cured swap me. of I cheerfully dyspepsia recommend after everything H." elie bad failed. When I tried Kodol It helped an .1' :

has spent The majority of people think that I i, are their own men with the dignity both legs broken one arm shattered Kodol Digests What You Eat. .i I

I.ti over coal terri- the tulip has no smell, and this is true I (.f labor added for the most part to and severe Internal Injuries H' Prepared by E.C,11eR'tttACo.Chtcaga The It bottle cootalni''" time* ai muoh (b actual i I

\ ..!lama and arran;;- of a great number of the fashionable that of iuilcjicmlenco.! They are the will probably die[ Another fireman. measurements) the trial size which sells for:&nc. I I i I

:i.a'te development vat'ieguted kinds. The old self colored! I support of the state which loads them who is seriously injured is Frank '{. DeV\'ilrs little FirlH I Risers the famous little! liver pllli (or blllousnet or ; 't j "'
constipattoa. Safe, thorough They never i rip*. i I'i !
sorts, 110\\t'H'r. particularly those of a l| with taxes and is sustained by their Wetherway superintendent of the insurance I j i ; }

!ii hawonly been deep crimson hue. hate a powerful I indomitable l't.llItlmy.s a class paradoxical patrol, who is suffering! from j John Hheppard.Har Pharmacy Sidney Kahn. j : r

\t.1 nt. are situated odor which I is d.ingmms when inhaled. I as it may seem to make such concussion of the spine and internal: --- J 1

This odor is of saffron flavor and a MatcnjfCt of the dominating clement injuries. -- I I : ;

of the Trench >jlll', they are more The fire Investigating Johnstown Disaster. I I i I ,
i'ty hale dwid-d! affects many pui-ple in :t > ery peculiar 1"'I. started on the top floor of t r !
., of ,(!I \'IlhaLl1111.1 lessoluble than any the public market Heaver Johnstown Pa., July :23.-The coroner's 1 \ 4 i
lint money .a manner. If breathed deeply, it has i building on I t
\ the building of the effect of pio.luci'.i li_ht Leadedlll'bx. I|I I equally broad portion of society in any I'I'I street and spread rapidly to the Columbia -I investigation into the Rolling I I < I ,:
Mill\ mine < : :1 i'
find a marketi which continues fir some Mlle, |, other ('IIUllt 1"3'. The number of owners I I hotel and the Elks club house explosion on July 10, n .. !

i a: Molulc and causing; the su-Ti-nr to do and! say nil! I j I of land under the third republic ins j j which adjoin,. it, west and cast re which 112 men were killed began t> I I I :' 4 !

manner< of icmatkablc! and ridiculous \ creates autouiaiicaily from }('ar''tu spec'tit,eiy.I day. Jacob Ilrosch, a miner, who 'I 1 I : :':- :'
worked in the Klondike district before -1 i
things Its intiueiice (,(loll lasts for an jear. | While the firemen were at work: H

to LI r. ayra.t Lour or two and is followed ly deep \i 1 M. Ilnnntuux falls into the sober andi the (tent wall of the market building the explosion, was the first witnt-ss'l -/l /--1' I ;Si;j I Ii

> .'((!flowingic depression.Another I i, conxinciiiK key I by the very e:, tlipulb ('\,. and almost immediately fell In his evidence it appeared I i- -;-. ce1 '! i : .
1 Mon. of his subject w hen he :sum up | regulations in regard: to the safety i I al'l t "
aced at the i common Cower whose odorhas carrying with it the upper\ story of the I' e
i hi.tIll13' of the village I; of r.caurieus: lamps, danger notices and other safeguards 1 .I .
evil is the This Columbia "
projtrtii's hotel. It in the latter k
'" Command >rLttatt l oppy. was II ; : ,:;? t. ?
"To five JIIMOIII these jieople of the i ii were strictly complied with. .
dated Laprebdent is doubtless due to the tiuntity of ; building that the firemen tact their! jj I .
which the blossom lalll soil U'ranc.iisu de champ. whom it is Considerable time will be required ta 'f ; r'i',J.
tf cpium l4) ; tate. They werp spreading tarpaulins I "I II '
,
i.i' Numbers of individuals! hard to think of as peasantis: to IeIJ i complete examination of the foreigners : '1, I ", '
"
especiallyjoung l
," t fl.Itai ked for on the upper! floor and were J.: I 14
I II ladies of .struck )' their! eay pnxl manners: who will be called first. \ ,
highly
;, strung; temper caught under the mass of wreckage. ; \
11 I: today They I aim-lit complin of the drowsy sensation their pU'a: ..is at Barcelona. Before the fire was finally under control ( I
;
common I'>sense their mutual helpful- !
which comes after walkir.g No False Claims.
it
I communicated to the Unconditional
!L been taken. r'I'I
.a
iie-s 1'.. talk to them, to take) part in
through h held of these llowrrs and I, Republican club house -and the The of
proprietors Foley's
honeyand
Kitchen j
their consultations, I is to find oneself I ;
afterward of \iolent headaches and a I; building occupied by The Evening ,
where Tar do not advertise this as a'
!in uii'iiiestionalily pltHI society,
I lii finlllon. In Asia
disinclination to about
move f" !
Times-Union. ; I
Neither of these
estao- "sure cure for consumption.
Theyj I
?fur asked thefather Minor, where the poppy is grown iu voice and tones' are seldom raised when you ue a Gas tto\('. There's I
lishments do not claim it will this dread
suffered
to cure
I any !great; extent
I where the hereditary prudence ( f the I
vast quantities for the purpose of esI I Among the heaviest losers will !he complaint in advanced cases, but do no waste heat no coal or ashes to I J;
!I.:-; Lit- the dru tourists" fre- peasant takes a shrewd measure ofclatters I
,
trading :: are
positively assert that it will in
I j! anil lends l'adln.lI weigheddecision Hath *r Fisher Shirt company; Un'ted : cure handle, no dust, no dirt. It solves i i if(
'.1\ I"Jlndall-: for hours i i
0- i I quently incapacitated many the earlier stages and never fails to 1 .
!, l'r"IIII I'I! after insjiccting: a Puppy plantation) I the stamp of gra\ity." I Shirt and Collar company, Cadby give comfort and relief in the worst I the fuel problem-saves time, labor i j : I

word.-- and of death I Paper Box company Wertheim Bros cases. Foley's Honey and tar is ,
two cases among: English and
the 'i
worry over rise in the ,
price i
tourists were traced to the same I "I am using a box of Chamberlain'sStomach clothing manufacturers; Columbia hotel without doubt the greatest throat and to i ';
and Albany lodge of Elks. of coal-and it is! less i i
cause last year.All I and Liver Tablets and find lung remedy. Refuse substitutes. expensive.Ileult i ; : j jI

I flowtrs grown from bulbs are them the best thing for my stomach)! Sold Talafox by \V.street.A. D'Alemberte, 121:! South I I to the Household : Cams t : i ; i}!

dangerous in rooms where there is ill The Same Old Story.
1MCtfTARRH I ever used, says TV.. Robinson, fort, convenience cleaulittessecou i + (
,v, DsS.Ithouh: bunches of flowers are Justice of the Peace Loomis, Mich. J. A. Kelly relates an experience I I : ;
taken as to If you want a nice present to giveto omy. All your need in las: Stoves ; j!
ELY'Scq in\.irinbly presents pa- These tablets not only correct disorders similar to that which has happened : i

't M BALM tie-Its, such blooms as hyacinths lilies of the stomach but regulatethe In almost neighborhood in the friend, go and look through; the I I Ranges, etc., supplied by the l'ena-: t ( : I t!
every elegant line of suitable articles
.' t of ttioalley.! tuberoses: and oven daffiidi liver and bowels. They are easy : at
: CI H soS gA rj/R NhinD lL4 's and narcissuses, should be eareful'vav' Ito I take and pleasant In effect. Price i(United States and Las been told and J. I. Stephens, you surely can find I cola Jas: Co. at remarkably: low }f ; II IIT

MAYFEVERh5 :125: others. lie something to please you. If you :
cents per box. For sale by all re-told thousands of ,
iled. The is dam
!: perfume as "
line ,
want anything in the Diamond "
druggists and medicine dealers.
p'Miis! to a j-rrson in a critical state of i! : sa3'S: "Last summer I had an attack be sure to see him before you buy. prices.teola

lea '', as a d"se (,morphia' would be, - -- --- of dysentery and purchased! a bottle of Gas Co It i

w r\ 'UI .pncs,-?iim the benefits which Ilnr> iuu I InInn MmVhctietr ,. I Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and ,, I !

th'l di ii;: t'O/'II'lflUl'S' confers.Vri :| \ an inn in tin vicinity of Diarrhoea Remedy which I used according is the 11
The 'No. 3 S. Palifox St., Pentacola. Fli
lade
: the Nuworth estate in England loses Happy
remarkable! effectw'
| !: '''p[is the most : to directions and with entirely ,

COLD' HEADFOR ', < !i .. :I i\' garden homer has ou the Its license" tin-rr is 11:1 inieiest.ng: : ; ob satisfactory results. The trouble was well'

.. ',,1.1: '. I" dv is that which follows the seijiiy. The inn sign is solemnly! reui' ,controlled much quicker than former. furnished home. Marston{ :1 CHOICEST '

I.hdLua, of the particularari of
:p'" 'units !known as obconica. Kspe- i i coiuinitled to the grove in the presence' i :\11'. Keeiy is \\ellknown citizen ofHcnderso'n $: Quinn can suptlyotc -OKAT- ; I t '

need gardeners are always cartful I i of the old custonurs of the inn. .\l N. C. Tor sale by all with all needed in the way '

i IK wear f.lo\es when i>"'ttng! this i' rule, it i is watered l with tears in the i:I druggists and medicine dealers. of house furnishing at the FRUITS m CONFECTIONERY I i I 1.P l!
I Ii :
shape cf a lioltlc of whisky. -
plant! nl, should there be ever such aMieht accompaned 'i lowest prices cash or credit.

"". scratch or prick on the hands (.r : by an appropriate! burial service. Foley's. Kidney Cure i i j
"" r. .rN -- -
: : -
-; ':.Ti.'ers evil results are almost certaini I | The Moorcock inn I.Hll'I'I.J"t.lS the nukes kidneys and blad&f rleht. ] I J. 1 ,

; tlL\C\n\ \ i I I i f '!low. j List to Le mourned. The ISranipton PROFESSIOXAL CARDS C. '

... ...... APOSTLE'S i I j i
[ 'j'l'1 first noticeable! : result is a slightftcliin justices took away its license! and the :Sot That lit lid. ----- ---- :

THE PEOPLE > ? of the hands and :arms and this i i|' decision was uphell by quarter sessions. : Th! impecunious) artist, was speaking W. C. ROWE, M. D. !

crecedts the breaking out of :Ikin The usual last rites were. per- I of a itw ui'HJol he had secured for a 14 East Government Si,, :; t;
Office ITS S. 1'aUfox.
I ,, t v. irj .I..I. ) L'Cdt, extends tithe i I formed. : i
< oii I disease which frequently ) | great work be was i-reparinj 'i Formerly Cordova Restaurant Btand( '!'

an.l f:u-r\ *orJ is KeadHv l IHHI\'. It dies away in the autumn I '.does the lend herself to the subctV" Hours from "4to9ta.m.sal1 to :ap, in .
Abxentmlntled.An and after 7 o'clock One carload of i
i'anhad} 'when the leases fall, nnd by, Christ I j<- inquired a dilettante who loved Pineapple at 11.75 ;s;
Phone OfJ. to f 2.0U dozen. !
Ellsworth: (Me.) uiau recentlyweat per
-;:('--- -- ........... ...: + alas the sufferer i N free, but the primula art for art's sake.! I t' ;
; and
'1.\ I 01.-' D. has l.y no means finished its to an enteitainment forgot I "I should say not." replied! the artist ,
his wife. lie walked to the ticket
deadly work. When splint comes galDanl up I, who had jut his start as a sigh paiuter. J :

\ .hoJd furnll the sap rises in plants and trees tickets.Vho'sthe tak'rIt the door uI1I1rt'SI'uh'll second\ ticket: for two'" i i ":-ll' Large J2 all hour."-New York i iI LAW DEPARTMENT I :: i

I all! kimlt of per the dread disease wakes its reappearance He-.Id.

\ 1\10'\-\, ..a.v .trlell'ht and continues all thr6u h thesummer. i ablrcd! the ticket taker. "Why that's I I I11 -OK- I I' t
1 Fleh.rIprovr1 "
I for my wife here, rt I'lil'il the man, \ Rlubt: OthrrwUe. I :

.: -- -rriit---..s- This continues' for many years frequently I whose mind was on other things.; .\s'', I.nW3'l.r (drawing up marriage settle I John B. Stetson I!
University
be turned to point out his, wife he suddenly i' and i!
> amounts. nt low for the whole of the victim'slifetime went U-tweeu American heiress !
l L.,lie t:. 1>rook8. realized: that lie had lift her at '
Do
.
1'iilatoi ,L, bishtrm and litre is no known remedy iiip! '\erisheil foreicn: 11011Il'IIII1I1I-1) Lntnci Flor1ctn. !

: I in fir it. although! ; years of the most home waiting for him to ""UICluJ es- There. I think a e have it right now to I JOHN I', F )hills. I'll. II.. ('rp..ltl ntI.BEHT: .', l I
.J. \ lIH11.1,1.: .
II. !
her to the hall.tfOSTETTEffc Mean ; ;
!
ocolt ; :
rigid dieting lia: \a iu some cases pr i a dot .
1 ; 'I you nerd monf y? 1'allI'I'erut ( ,..
< v itinount you 1I1\nt dared a diminution in its \iolence. :i Count INn'lon de liakkovisnck (pros1octivc unitlIei -( 11'elinc| >ili\ Ud"l..r| I 1tu_: : !

,i and mprovrd lOAfht city rules rfal If blood poisoning! by the primula The only I way bridegroom)-Sare, I prefair ze tV.O-V"I\r"TWO YtAWi'lOl'i-it-Tbeo'cour+.I"nollDlt tothedrgrerofi.LH Law[ DepartmentofJohn lt. ..tl't.O l'ulure"'lln. ; iC j lit'

"r. *>4', Houtb 1'ala- obconica does not take this form itbnnys to recover yourlifillIU Iiiklish word "dowry."-Chicago TriL.uu D EIKEF: : AUMll'y l'u 'CIIE flAk-Tbt' diploma of Ihrl.aa l la
ta tokevp
j 1..part"lttorJoltn
In-If Htthon {'nl\'l'r lty admlt4 to the ""r. H.
about
the still more dreadfulerjsipelas. goo -tomnch in I.UItTICKIl11huK51A'1'fu I i'MI!
,
I KiiRKOW Ml I INKY Cases of poisoning through condition ; I sired InrvrmatJou re/udlng' t.aw Forih.LawAnnouneent.ut fepartu.ntaddrrs ""I."! .1 t all otberde. >11 i
the bowc5 J
.' our propurty, pro- eating; the buries of the belladonna, or blood rtiularacdthe Mother Always Keeps It Handy. I{, ALUKUT 1 FAIJHAH.. Ut'UI'Jt Law l>f'r>irtnpiit. i J
sell real I
it 1or eari ,
deadly nightshade are all too frequent: porn. The Kitters "My mother suffered HI I.I\IIJ. .
\ dr.criptionhay r; a long time ; : .Ia.
will doall
r ,
i s
i .i..iHtifttlfnd I'. Watson .t Co.to, II but item is the gravest danger; iu eve u Ii / :--- for >ou. I t also from distressing: pains and general ;I I : i II i

.ii,eta (onln, Pensa- handling this attractUc plant. .z ; curt1 ill health due primarily to indigos-' < .: i, t ,I

ii'n J. >..rate.c ...III..od To t-Teryone money It Is aery common practice in the ';: Indigestion (tion." says L.V.. Spalding Verona! Tulane University of Louisiana .
t
: !hoc... "d-lf "ouIIII'alllOIl. ;': parties of young; people Ji' : Dyspepsia, Mo. "Two I her it' : t i
years ago got to try
e
to pick 1 the berries and flick them '
I .. '- I Conslipationand KoJo) She Now OrlonuHo ,
>.1. _. at emit i other! with the fingers for grew !better at once and. tj ;
------ -- -- ; l
I I band hrarvlrt. litrt !'}J'l't. Tlieu. when IIt'at"l13'l the fun now at the age of seventy-six eats 1
,
'" ,'. tnr reward. and fi.silhidt the! face is, t'lIdillll'SlI"I'II",1 STOMACH Malaria FeverTHY anything she wants remarking that EDWIN A, ALDERMAN !-
.. -- a 5 and Ague. she fears no bad effects, as she has LUX, Presid+ nt. :
I 10 ... I I ;. \ with a handkirehief upon
I ITTER her bottle of Kodol l handDo not !'! full Coar4eslnLanguages ,
--- which tinkers sticky! with the juice of IT. Hcll'ncf'8. r.nlllnl'l'rlng.[ Law, ll'dlCID"! I'j t '
r '.t-nty hay draught waste time doctoring symptoms. Go ;! Hef..n Hl'parl\te U"pl\ftmt>nt,: I"IU"f'D Hulldln,,. .: 1'barmaey! Aft ;
\ Kirk- the I bunts hate been wiped.. i and Workshops. Splendid Nweiii '
if fpitzrr A. after the cause. It your stomach is Department for Women In the Collegeslnnatarlel f t

"I' 2IJI.: :Should: but just a little of this pet DR. KINC'STRY sound your healthill be good. Kodol :i In Tulane makes leaders: In all vocation. Its ritcIlIUt>. for In.tructlon ( I I
the liouth. '
into of the fearful t'lrbty'sIX' In.trucron and I uDurpco.1 ,
cue ejes a cakimitj : .tu.t..nu
j moat arhirftble lot lal rests the stomach and strengthensthe In II\.t l"h'OD.' tllny .
p.y .rm.. by the Kisherj may cn.-ue. Iritis or paraljsi- the body by digesting your food. It'' llibtorsesslon. ;theaeadt'mlcd..pnrtment, Hoard and lodging"nto LoUIIIIl\na !>t'Y5, EIP"D.1'1 hr It'hJlartblp cholar.blp IIndeD& "; i.
\ :3w South Palafoiixalm NEW DISCOVERY lndormrtnrlralnwrate., f
I I iris of tie eye which: invariably results is nature's own tonic. I1ar ls' Phar- academic colle.cl''ork.students for self-help, in the AC'aJ..lll1cl.oll.... r" boy Uppurlunlttralfurd.d Itp t t ; 1!
will be turned roprrly prepare
: in llindiiess. has INCH known tn FOR THAT COLD. macy, John Sheppard and Sydney' glOI Uctob r ht. Send for Catalogue.ax ayfroutlnnbriitptopaytuition, J>err I.UIo/1 be- i i'f, 1 I I :; t
or Id-ill.
come uu. and asiinst:: this dread iii'east Kahn. : .
Addre
--"- -"- -- -S TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. t K. K. KKUF : t j ; l l21A i
F'ecretary .. !
I I furnisUnd rcMitm at medical skill; has asct piwedunaiiliiz 1 i;

>:rf>
I I' paradoxical fact that treatment with 'I
Colds
11.lnit .1-\1 II Ic. : Bronchitis Asthma t ,
.. .. 1
-- '
tincture of bell.i.loniia is tie! one usually GO
, fur mm to learn bar PneumoniaHayFeverPleu- TO
adopted in the cleuii-i.ttry of
i' I tnko, POM t Ions wait stages
,'. IIr..I'l\t..l. -atur.. iritis. risy LaGrippe Hoarseness
.
,
'. when ,
t ) r:i.i weekly ; J
The dainty heroine who: is so often i
'z Il" mailed free. Moler Sore Throat Croup and
,
x "'N-ani. La. 21jytf to bo ht-ard of
as idly plucking to F.
E.
--'- Whooping
Cough.NO
\\ =,'rl'U-_ ---- pieces! the petnls' of .1 flower mUst beware BRAWNER's.t

which blossoms she ehooses for CURE. NO PAY.

\\ v ? 'oil solicitor; mil pay the purpose. Lilies, begonias; rhododendrons Price 50c. and S 1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.PARKER'S ;
--'tin to rlgbt one. Ad- ,
,.tr.--. mrttf and peonies are likely to setup 'i 11 fl' d 1
tFor t I

\\ ::111 Men from Kscambiain : festers, with consequent loss of Seven Days we will Offer the Following Prices:- : I il} I II

.' preoarv for posihenic linger; nails if treated In this way.- HAIR BALSAM :

'n ;:t >>. Apply to f London Auswets.Ho Cl_ ud Irtatific. the halt. '
= rromotfl laxunanl growth.Meer 20 doz Men's 1 "! I-1'
-: t -Jar Rapl''' Fftilt to Bntor On* French Neck, drop- ) Pair Men"s Xew Orleans r .
- :ljylm.d.t"la.// Hair to it. Youthful Color. stiched, undershirts for23c; drawers Hewed should look at ,
.. '. flue..ra'pbC d,_ h.ir '"" ; or Cable Screwed Shoes for our line of
llolld "" this sale
ln Many a. Ladies'
,
>
11\ to match. High
\
and '
., lioai o( empty beer i >"4..111",0\1 '1.21J; solid leather. Low Cut Hhoe5. '
N A rKIBDMAN nOTttf In addition tbe Cfty-tno Sundays WII can save
to 25 doz Men's Fancy Striped Lace you money 1-
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POI i/ruv. Russia has about thirty-nine holidaysor CHICHESTER'S CNCLI8M and Plain, Hilt Finished, Balbrlgan 175 Pairs Men's; Hand Sewed Vicl lau yards Lawn, fast colored, t' I 1 ,I

feast days of the church. They are Undershirts at -t c each ; drawers to Kid Shoe! in four different ehape worth b'9c, to close at &c yard c. !" i

1 h KKUWN LEOHOKXak kept as rigidly almost as a London ENNYROYAIrPILLSSAFE. match. toes; regular |4, for this sale J2.5 a 500 X-Bar Mo-ln| !
i
w- .",'<:-' / and t'fit: ; for. .litstfM .alllardwareCo'l. \. Sunday Itusiness ceases except ia .. .... . ... 10 doz Men X-Bar Undershirts pair.I goods to close. at 4'c yard regular 'av j i ; !

nooks and corners, wh" e drunkenness, f Krl CIHCHK ant Geld TKK ntt>..Ue K.NfiLI.MIln U,i" ...... worth oOc, for 40c' ; drawers to match. have bought; the full line of I,( yardi t"nbleached omuUo 1 !II

II Mil <; ( )1)1)P. the bane of the Russian: cripples work .-. mth P.aatroa.t.ue nbtm.K.k T.h..lh.tllaU..> ..,.. BrfaM llu- I 25 doz Men's Scriven Patent seam Pou Co. boys' shoes that I will Levy close to close at 41Yc. "I. i

!1 l.'I KKlKVKMannfactnrerK for twenty-four or forty-<,Jht: flourutter 3 .U..*. fin,.f 'ow r OntfM .r .r.4..4v. i.. side drawers worth 65c, for this sale out at cost. l.t.WJI' ) yards Rest Check Oiolrbam I i"
ParUralara. Twtt alal ,
t .' 111 lr t.oods, H aU. Toilet feast In round numbers \ r ..ampsdt.rr., Indira.*..>......,b, r. 3dr.i fast colored, regular ic 1 ; II:'I i
each for
.. . : good 3
1 'L. etc $:.iV.. Government m Mall. III.O..UT. u. .. S H Si 125 pair thh ule &C. .
2S doz Boys' Easy Walkers :
Boys Extra i
thE're which tbe .I linin"t. llleealer.e.lydfw Size Pants 12 reg-
:
thirty days on to
are Y..uw thu p.4,' !!lad,... B...... flllLA. 11 liar 50c goods, to close at 35c 10 pieces White t I.
worth pair. and
I ?., western world works while the Rus- years, f I a pair for this sale Linen lied Table ;: q', f
"ur
,
1'uuerulw. oOc. regular ilk
!Soribner's' Magazine. YaIYOURSELF 75 pair Men's goods, Co close! .c t t, .
sire stands i.La- : Low-Cut 2c
F. t t\ t'LSfarolll1 I CURE We carry a full line of Boys' Wash Leather Shoes Patent yard o one over 5 yard 1

II.. Foley's Kidney Cure purifies the CM ttlrffor.n..t Pants. Call and see them. we have been selling 3') piece! Medicated 21-lnch i I"-I I
at 2.0
| Cotton
t'oienot8rWeet pair to close at
J. :: lirrgoryS: blood by straining out impurities atones Ill aata.wd diKharfCM.inllammation9 irritation" or alctrationicf 11.75 pair. Diaper, worth Uc, for thi sale BIM ;' "!i ,'f iiIH t l

S up the whole system. Cures ..tasvaiara moeooi mrmbranekFainleM. ; ,
I I l'l."LH_ kidney and bladder troubles. Sold by yn.e.u t and not ulna* This Sale will .!
Positively Not Run
.. 1aEEtbiINY'GIfA' gent orpoionol1.IIuT1,0. Longer
Than '
Seven
, .. and Moral Leilgntdered -:' W. A. D'\Iemberte1:1, South Palafox tlartt by Da.Klsla, Days. k

"- for customres. street j 0.&L or tent In plain wrapper, i
'. ,10..1CS Welt rl'gorr.1 I t>T zpren, preDl4. (ar
11.00. or i bottle., fUS.
rrn.Ballam Stops tbe Tickling i l05 SOUTH
2 lm PALAFOX
Cirtalar H&t en re9uesi STREET.
i Kit QUICK?}tilfifl: lnfl.mm> unr.la La'hroaf.; '



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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 28,1902

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F. C. BRENT Prest T. K. HYER Jr., Gutsier. ''II -- :

pJ HORRIBLE Dragged'Down Wm. H. KNOWLES, Vice-PresL J. S. REESE Asst. Cashier. S1PO QCSt in t lie WII'lf\\ ;!


FeelingIn The FirstlNational BankOF

STORY FROM the loins.Nervousness. i. The 4':: S'n..ual"lalf",? 1
Jbtered at the Poet Office at Peneacola. nnrtfresbJng sleep despon Ending: H1'l'1'IIII"'r .11." .'1,
Via. econdlau BlaUtr. I ,
dency.It PENSACOLA.
OFFICE .-Fltt-i Building 21VA' Booth Is time you were doing something.
l'at&tos street, ap-itairk. JENTURYTHE I The kidneys were anciently called the 1 THE[ [CURABLE l[ "

reins-In your case they are holding the If You Want a Bank
and imo serious trouble.
reins driving you I>

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. RIDDLED BODY OF AN UNKNOWN I Hood's SarsaparillaActs LIFE ASSURANCE[ WtlHlA"Hlta

Term: Invariably in Advance I with the most direct, beneficial erect We Will Lend You One !

On Year by Mail. ._. _15 (OUBU BLACK FOUND IN THE on the kidneys. It contains the best and . . .
; i Month ...I...._ _. .__. :2 SO I safest substances for correcting and toning ..
lieserve and ,
ot *: 1
OBI Week,by Carrier Payable Monday 10 WOODS .... A HAIR RAISINC these organs.THIS I itiesi I . . .

I NO. 118. Let Your Niekles and Dimes Grow Into Dollars.Did i -...
TELEPHONE .
i SPECTACLE.Deputy ?urpu! ; (k'froin whin, h kI
it CASE ISINTERESTING !I deuds art paid .
MJrertisirg Kites Furnished on ApplicathnPEBSAOOLA I '.
you ever know that money can be made to grow? It is a fact and I Paid to Policy-holder t

Sheriff Allen Brewton arrived not a theory, and this letter will tell you all about it. 1W1. . .. . .

I from Bluff yesterday First National Bank, Savings Department has inaugurated New Iii'ur.u.cp 1111\01" .
1 ''' utvlON BEt_ Springs The a y 'i

(tf' I afternoon with a story which holds I tern of savings that is easy, comprehensive and practical, and to those who Total Insurance ui (<.r'>

its own with any told of the historyof -- adopt it, may prove a blessing at some time. It will enable men women I ec. 31, 1\jI'1' . ,

I A case in the solution which are and children to save small change and large change/ email bill and large I Notwith-Uudiiijf; :

JULY 26, 1902 the famous inquisition, and every involved some delicate law bills at a time when it can be best spared and before you know it, you cial strength of the i>.. .

I part of Mr. Brewton's story is sup- very have accumulated a good sized bank account. prettierecurity w 1.1- .
--- points is now under consideration by holder thereby fiij)"rare .
j + WANTED: Information concerning ported by facts. I I The Little HO.Mi: .MOXKY SAVIIK: is a solid steel bank, which is LOW and H L\ .\ :\

k the present location of a certain Mr. Brewton came to report to I II Judge L. J. Reeves, the arguments, kept at home and is always handy. It is so well protected that nothing ter than given I by lOt. .

;I ; "issue": labeled "Dispensary" gup- Sherill Smith the details of a most ,1 lasting two day! having been made short of a sledge hammer can destroy it. The slot through which moneyis

k.t posed to have been lost in the excitement -I i in chancery Thursday and Friday. j deposited is protected by a patented device, so that it i' impossible M
ghastly murder-an act which only KXOWLKS: HHu,
f + of the recent primary. jolt or pry money out when once placed therein.
i The case, devoid of all legal terms' ,
} +' i'R' Answer to ex-Representative Wall I fiends incarnate could be guilty of. is about as; follows : By depositing ON'II SINdLll DOLLAI) or more if yon choose, (<.*..,.rat \j;. i.i.

# of Putuam county. and the like of which has never with The First National Bank it loans you one of thee little bank and!

I been told in this county boore.i !i Otis & Whitmire conducted a sawmill i,"ues you a bark book with ONH DOI.LAIt Oli )lOln. pl.lcfll to your 3I1'J H. I'aUf-j 1'n N

TIIEmishapsexperiencedbylliore; i Thursday afternoon Mr. Brewton | in :Santa Rosa county and had 1 credit. When the bank is handed you it i is securely locked and The First -
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Admiral "Cioaheld" since being I :'a contract to cut for and deliver a I National Bank keeps the key. You take it home and drop y.ur calm or FRANK SEDAN'S BATH ,

w L ordered on active service suggest a I received a report from Chas. Lee, a I certain amount of lumber to Hurs.t ; bills into it as you can: *pup them ; bring your little bank and your book

{ doubt of the expediency Secretary: siwmill employe that he had run I i to Till: I'lKsT NATIONAL IJAXK: where it is unlocked the money Deep; 1it'-r -. '. iday.f

j Moody's new policy of requiring sea across the decaying body of a negro I t DunwojCo.' This lumber wa i counted in your presence, and the amount wli never it in iv be, placed! to "r x !II'i t ; .," .

r. s-t-rvice from those administration j I two hundred yards from the railroad cut anti stacked in the lumberyards j your credit on the bank book. The bank 1 is then lacked up aId iuniieil coiiipartii teliJjnt. NV u: t..:*. i !!, *

M; F pets who are unfitted for it by rear ',I of the firm and bills of sale sent to i back to you. bath !i..u.n :
track and about half between
ton of long occupancy of soft places way The little savings! accumulated in thi* cent I I. N
into
and acknowledged by the Pensacolafirm. way soon grow nullity/; ilol- .
? Bluff Springand Century.The C.-r. I'tTRll... ,t i I
4 ashore. i j lar! which draw interest at the rite of 4 per centum per annum. and if you
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deputy accompanied. Lee ( let it there, 'IJUWil1oonhave ...
i4 : stay IIl'XUIIU.: \ or I HI.I..1l: .
; CUBAN sugar; planters are organizing I The lumber wa insured as it !stood
to the indicated and there found This has it-elf of the beat ,
f for annexation. And yet 1 resident I spot proven one system for saving: money 'v. r 134 134 134 101: I i

; Palma declares that sugar can ,{ the body of a negro filled with bullet i,1 in the yard and everything seemed 1 adopted, and U worthy of your attention. .

!, to be all right until Otis & Whit
F be produced there at a profit even holes and in such a horrible state of ; 134'S
( One Dollar Is All You Need Start i tI
i On.
I i mire' '! to
; with the existingtarifl. The specta- ; plant was destroyed by fire
decomposition that to stay iu the !linns red: ;s.
cle of Porto Rico and the -pf'rif'j I i i as was also the lumber for Biars. I
pru { cu:
E I Immediate district was out of the I Come in and g"tt one IJf the*e little home binkbefore they are all &HH-. 134 i. .. I'
1' ty it i is enjoying as a part of the I>unwvdCo.. -j.Ii' it
| that would j Or if you cannot call. send a postal card, and one IIf '\i u. -m- will ,- ill
1 I, United states, :s a tempting one to i question. Everything: batik .
with
I Otis & Whitmire held that, since upon you a
Cubans., i, have a bearing identifying the
the impoverished upon II I 134 134 134 131 \
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the fire was and ect .. .
an unseen
: unex .. ,
| unfortunate was taken by the depu- -- -- -
"AKE we doing all that might; bv I j ed calamity they were in no way | The First
National
note I Bank lh'v
{ u done to attract desirable! immigration including ; a badly written II want a Hi I.-' is
i 'responsible; for the destruction of I II .r little 11I"11"I'
into this section?" pertinently only a portion of which could be de I ,
Dtepheti-.il > ,.w. I 4
1 asks the :Savannah; Morning News. I ciphered. That was a warning to I I he lumber. The other firm claims i:j Savings Department. "nlllJ..1 It.. )''''(

Florida is n't. During the decade I that, under the term of the contract I
Beware clear
i "Century Coon* to and .
i from kit to 1SJ the state's: population I WHOLESALE P')ISONINO. '
out." No name wa signed.Mr. j which had: It that the product S. l X11 PL E Sh'II1 T EVERY <
1 increased 4:.'.. percent ; between I ,
: would have to be sent to Pensacola
i li "$) and Ib'HJ 1 it increased more than :I Brewton hunted up Justice !' Forty Persors Drink Lemonade Over }Ve are showing a line of

ti i. 45 i per cent, while from IsUJ to IIXNJ it I I :Stilly for the purpose of holding a and placed at the sides of vessel; charged with Tartaric Acid. new model \\\"a\ Iking Skirts.

i increased only 33 per cent. i I, coroner'1 inquest. Tne verdict wa* I the loss would legally fall upon the Knoxville Ttnn. July! tO.-Forty Ladies desiring to make selections HOUSEWIHNeeds I :
persons weniioisi'jed' at Maryville.Ter.n. .
i, WHAT President Roosevelt need !j I i that the man had come to his, death !,! producers and therefore sue for a recovery .. jesterda by drinking lemonade for the Fall can

I, ,f t'j carry out his anti-trust program," :j I from gunshot wounds iLtlicted by''i for the value of the lumber.I which Lad hap! overcharged withtartaric have their measures taken a Fi (Ilk

r 1: said: Congressman; LiviLgston of I unknown: parties. When this ver-j I Judge Avery represented the Pen I arid. I I select materials and styles, ) ( "i. democratic house of sacola bu-ines-i J'arr..n Carr. a merchant dispensed '
ieorgu a i house and lion* subject to true
( j I diet wu; given. the b'xly was dumped I the lemonade, from a zinc H's'l approval wl".tl.tor l I Ir I, i : n : II ,I- j
representativeThe utterance t IsdgulliiMiit
John Kagan and: Sam Pasco Jr., appeared they arrive. Call at ..
iut,> a goodbox and burned where gel into a hick he had poured enough r once, C1..tl" I I
and much nearer the
I for the other side i arid to -barK" 50 gallons instead of as samples will be returned 4'1"" I r H I .
J lain for
u I ; truth perhaps than most republicans I it Had perhaps ten d lys. i ij I the I !:\'r\ I. 1t w-'
two gallons the vessel held.
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in 10 la '
would. admit but the The ( fs. ri frl' 1
: deepest surrounds ;
t cougre; j mystery
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. farr wa the first Tittim taken f\\<-}< .
I iiiati neglected! : to mention that the I this crime. The oflicer wa a-ked t-> and h<' will probably die. Dr. Kr: I Respectfully, I. ,':" '
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i i i14c republican aerate would have to b.-I, give his version of what it had: been '1 Peu-acola L-Klge, No. 2. K. of P.- i i vin Shumate was stricken from tIt'1! }J".AI. ,IO/IX'SOX' (5' .", J. \ '. ,
'i r' reckoned with. Regular meeting Monday night, ,
E; 1 poison .vhiln calling on a patien' I j
s committed for but he declined to'say July 2s. at o'clock.. Members arepecially
county Ju-lc> Ailor is another tittle., SANTA ROSA SURFBATHINCSTABLISHMEHT
i't I reque-ted to be present i
WI-O l
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NSIX republicans are having ) ,
( anything on this phase of the Work in the rank of Knight: by the who may not lefovtr. I'| I

a fort of rpring cleaning day: them- !j question. It is known, however, Senatorial Team. Members of sister;: Kvi-ry physician in town was Kenton I (tI
r ; t *>elve-. and are plit wide open 0111 j lodges and visiting brothers cordially -! the jump hut it i is not Mlev 1

Ii I j' the conte-t for the governorship.tfov. ,! that there exist; a certain element invited. I that iiion than two deaths will occuThe > Fish chowder' will l he ""pnf'\ \'l'r.1 I lrBuffalo
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'. !i La Follette wa elected two j at and around Century that hate the H. A. LEE. C. C.HENRY I action of the ill Id on the zinc Sunday evening. Private ('.

t.. -,,.: f;: year* ago on a platform promi-iug | sight of black men. Frequent unlawful -, HOK. cau arraugf ti) have: the "aii).* .'I: I
I i t
increased and other refreihinenterv - equitable taxation of
: ) acts have beeu reported, from time the week rfi-'tiiabl;
at
railroad property and. a state primary RATHBONE SISTERS. \ In Van "Old Glory"'W111 Foat. during/ .
I '
there ttrlLS. See inaiiairer
and the disposition shown is ,
1 '. both of which have been ignored ;' i Parr tuiy 2".Haron Pierce ode l'II Ao.. H. Ill IIFOX.
': by the legislature. His triuml that danger awaits any negro who Magnolia:: Temple No. 4. U-ithbone Coiibcrtir. ;n an article in The PI. I
ij ti"tee: held a .
very important meeting
J : ; hant ventures from the paro this morning on the foreign policy Mfg C.Only .
> renoiniuation to succeed him.p away "quarters"; yesterday afternoon. All members -> I McDuiHe's Tasteless Chill
of the United States, tries to show '
,. :. p divides. the republicans into two and into the woods at night. I j are notified that a regular meeting Cure will build up broken down
pharply defined faction The democrat j 'will be held. next \Vednedav' that destiny is pushing the Americana j systf-m and make the blood rit'Il.IIIt.! w'n!, ,> (i :&" '" I: \1"
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Some few weeks ago this; feelirg |, night, July &Jtn, at 7:30 o'clock. I to the first rank of the Anglo.Saxon healthy certain cure for chill. tfii ranteed -
I., ., j. *, if they handle: the rituatiouTU'fly. was greatly increased by acts of incendiarism Initiations will take place and other I peoples "Their starry banner." sass or your money rt-fuud..tl. 10 Cents a Bott
may: win the state. l I very important bu-ine-s will be''' Baron de Coubertin. "will one day ba i ."d iJ ('EXT.hold : .
$" which has: been laid to. transacted. 'I I .
ti by John :Sheppard.' 4'io' :o,1.
excellence the Anglo Saxon fine,
; .' CEKHUKD: copies of the report of I Since then almost i i Degree staff rehearsal at 7 p. liar afox street.FAMILY dll kinds of "'"fl. I
.' negroes. open I and in defense of that flag the Wash :
i the joint quarantine iuvestigating1] sharp. m'l |
\ rocking chairs at .II r'riffxif -
war has been declared and while j ji MKS. J. C. WIM.IAMS, ington government will be quick .c t'
r conm.ittee and l of the resolutions of I Ii SEASON TICKETSAT ''
1 i there is of I MKS. Ennii SI-ENTER, 1. 1-:. C. I use i & Quina's. / f..1ow.
uo telling who canron'
way committed -
I the Joint mi-Ion vf t1! C: U-ercial i
j. _-M' !1tC' -- SICARI'S BATH HOUSE I [ .
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: I bodies adopting the report. have I the crm.o above detailed, it Ij .
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I- j Saves a Woman's Life. --
t' : been Iran-nutted to Surgeon-Gen is reasonably certain that: white men McDnfile's Witch Hazel i
>J Lr I oral. Wyman i-f tl.e Marine Hospital l! were implicated. .I Foot Healer is i one of the Hue t i To have given up would have meant I Frank Higari will issue li.) f.innly I JO i '

\: : i j1 Service and to :: euttorfallory; and baby powders known cures prickly death for Mrs. Lois Cragg. of Dor- season! tickets for !bath at his "I'"t: -- I BOOKSTIIEr '
I It wa reported from that place Mass. For she bad did bath house, fur a firmly of oneto I
Ii m; : the matter i is now in the hands of the i heat and give= instant relief. chester years
{Itf"= last night that nobody deprecated1: endured untold misery from a severe three at $.& ) for the *c.1-.11 and
!
\ JoYt"rumt'nt authorities, to adopt or 2"i C F.:>rs. CUE'S

!I'' l .+ Jt'jpct; the recommendations and re- .1 the act more regretfully than the Hold by John Sheppard, 4U5 S. Pal- lung trouble and obstinate cough."Often' j for a family of (turn three up for tw. .

3 j i; quests of the people of Pensacola I Irepresentd better class of Century's citizen !' afox street. she writes ''1 could scarcely )II I dollars. Theseeason tick"ts will ..
c'H11Inerciall! breathe and sometimes could not entitle the family to bathe whenever
by tl.eir - -- I
.. i and they are said to be organizing; a''' ; they wish throughout tie -eaiin.2.jhti. I 1 Hammocks
and remedies failed
All doctors
-:' .t bodSe*. a* the rue are embodied in ;i speak. i
J! movement to induce the governor to PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL'' : I
till I used Dr. King's New Discoveryfor
i fir : < J the resolution The joint commitj{I j I 1'm.kNavds. -- i
i otter some reward for the capture' and completely !
r. :: r tt-f and the commerct.il bodies have 1t Consumption was Fi HEu STATIONERY.

: t ,t t : dote their work and done it and conviction of the guilty patties. i I Third Annual J-Psi.ii.ii Ke iim S I'I" cured." Sufferers from coughs colds | .

-. ac-I | tpi.ili-r l.>. 1'1,1'2. a'd Knl throat and lung trouble need this : H't1' .' -
: y Iffi : Tl evidence up"n which their It I is; thought by this step that negro J Ji i I I !I" r-

t'j tion was based !dtpo-ited in thecurtody ,i workmen at Century will be unmolested Jiiii" 11!, 1'dl.J. I grand remedy for it never disap-;!, C, V. Thompson. N-t. II Snath '.I Kodaks.

: r of the Ciiumber of Commerce i points. Cure Is guaranteed by \V. A. Palafox fotrt'et. has ju-t ''p:;ii "lI .i

;,/{ leady for any future use I' and that lives and safetyof 'I The aim of this school i* to provide D'Alemberte, druggist! ,. Price Oct I new supply: of Linen and 1;'>11'1 I I pni-ji *.t. r- ;j'I
tl' l;* which tbfl exigencies of the case|| white citizen will not be at such thorough; HIGH .SCHOOL and < and $1.00. Trial bottles free. I <
'. .... Papers; white blue and gray wnh
COLLEGE PIlEPAHATOItV in-
; nuy demand. I hat due consider-j!: an apparently low valuation. I Baseball Goods.
i i i iMoDuffie's struction. The school of especial !i (I :Envelopes to match Oxfordu: *>+ ;
I
1 atiou may be given by the Marine MEAT & MALT has: a marvelous .
i. interest to three classes : Its MjkFishing I. \
rH \ Horpltalisrrvicellticitl* tothemat. j Turpentine & i i; 1. Those who having completed I dietetic value. While refreshing; I also Foreign Mail Tablet with Envelopes i I

t + lot! ;' tern involved in the investigation, i, Mutton Suet Lung Plaster ',, the grades of the public chool wish i sod pleasant to take, it helps assimilation ; to match. Ink. ,Pencil!*, T J=kJ .

!!; tl iJ, and justice be done to the commer- 'j i is a certain cure for whooping cough, out to pursue having their home.studies further with- .. of food. Hold byDANNHEISriER 1 Penholders; Blaukbook, Kileetc... 1.111(0-. n"..k- i' ,'

}; chlllltt'rt'.t.l.f the port i* "a con- i j: easy and comfortable work while |I 2. Those who BROS.If .
wish with the
aid
,
I' : etc., alw on hand. .
t. intimation devoutly to be wihed." you sleep. :,Hof, the careful individual attention i i ii II tys .-: THE .I ':: .... I"- '' ", j'

:... :, -- 25 (-F.XTS. ; that can be given in smaller cla*"e- ; a Man Lie to You, Phone 2-54. Ilr.tI
Sold John I''and! a longer session, ; 1
by Sheppard, 405 j. Pal. to advance:
:4 And other salve
[ Men Uill 1U IA'ts. say some ointment
t I I j! more rapidly than is
EI ifox street. ; possible for '
1 lulherxcitrmeutufalively exer1 them in public schools. lotion, oil or alleged healer i; as good
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@ I 3. Those who are fitting them- : as Bucklen's Arnica Salve tell him I I Il J. M. FOLKMAN i iI
i ci+e like boat-racing i>r ball-playing. 1
+ FRESH LIMES selves for college. "
they! wit 1-traiu their uiu-cles and ijo .. In addition to the usual Instruc.// thirty years of marvelous cures of

I } home limpint; and more. Then they ATH. ALFMAN'S tion in English )1< =. His Piles Burns, Bolls: Corns Felons I'CAI.LK INWLL

{ are glad they have: Perry Davis' tory. Get ;rnphy. tinetc.instruc-| Ulcers. Cuts Scalds Bruises and Skin ,

I t I'diukiller on hand to soothe theqJl..rw. I tion is offered, wHImut rxtm tuition. Ii I Eruptions prove it's the best and I \\ PAPER P VFeather -
) in Greek, French German and i:-,
# liOIV.0line to be closed out at 60 i r anlsh. J
to the j cheapest. 25 cents at \V. A. D'Alemberte's .
: nerves; penetrate The school is couductrd : .
I cent' a grono lets than half gross at the ------ It tfl
ji i tj tntuclt"* with warmth and healing will be sold to each customer at that corner of West Gadden and Spring drug store. J X
;e power. It has relieved the pain of rate. Come quick and avoid the streets, in a building 'which is t.i! I Srr.ill.r\ ;i' r .

i generation of Americans rush. Retail price, 10 cent* a dozen, i i be arranged to adapt it especially to This !
weather makes the %
two
t at H. AlfnnnV fruit tor@,3n South 1 the needs of the -chool.! { 'I Dining Itrom'fap.-tr.v. 'I! -"
I ; Large bottlea and nO cents. I 1 Paldfox street, ness to th! Postal 1, The number of pupils in attend- grass grow. You can buy
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( ''TtlHgrarh office iJjy-U area is limited. Hence those deirinu ,
keen Lawn Mowers
AT NIC APOSTLE'SFlue admittance should communicate cutting *
OYSTERS
; -- t.< Contractor for Dccorat .
'
it
1 *s early ail po---ible with the Princi and Grass She r i from the #

I Mar&ton $ Quina carry pal.For Willis hardware Co's. / Call fp Phono a It .r l(r"|' a I'All -' "'*
further
piers -day. Try them the line infcrmition, terms and
oj largest of matting, address --- --- -
I catalogue
: r >' 10 \ rosTl.E. window shades etc. H. CLAY C A.STOFIX.A. Work C O. I*. /a i.1 < .
rugs, ARMSTRONG,
I plk The fwd
fat Ha.i
1..artth. beats 1r'fJ2't .
i (:Clr.tn1Oe ai the Willis in the cityWe lay our PERCIVALH.WHALEY Principal, or JR. Corner nal<>n aid (isrrun'-
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i : I lIardwureCo's.I matting free. Assistant. I "I.tll"I! 5)n.lloek''e: cf Pcitf.ttC". I .




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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA SATURDAY JULY 26. 1902. l l1Vo. Ii
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r r \ A. President; F. C. HORTON, Cashier ; 'I' I .
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a ... V f.Pruide"l; M. E. CLARK As 't Cashier. I
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Coia.don.doci. StAtoxxxont of the tl
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AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF



PEXSACOLA, FLORIDA, AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS JULY 15, 19O'l.IFrom Local

day; 1 : : ,
Report to Comptroller.)


KE-OUIICE-*. LIABILITIES. }{!. )'

. ... .. ..... ...... .. .. 351,698.79 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... 1200.000.00()
. .. ... ...... ...... .... 2i,SX5f 87 Surplus Fund... ...... .... .... ...... .. .. .. 10,000.00;II : ; I
..... ....... ...... .... l.fcTS.'Jti Net Profits ...... ....... ...... .... ..... .... 7,612.72
\ FwQfum... ...... ..... ,2oO-00 Rediscounts ...... ..... ..... ...... .... .... 19. iOO.OO
-.tic.... ...... ..... ...... 2,62.3.W, CircalSLtioa..... ..... .. ...... .... .... .... Siitl00tK1S ) A
I iltfUrfo"".. .. ...... .... ...... 6.718.48 Deposit..... ...... ...... ...... .. .... ..... 3ii.973.oJ ,
.... .. .... ... .... ...... mi'ilSMol.27 et \ & :
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1&7ob.29; $657,0 629 :! I
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..: r t for bufne-? October 2J: 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give Key \\
!i.;.t. courteous and careful attention.

.I PER: CENT I INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Sew New)Mobile :: I'I'lont ; !


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FAIRCHILD \ partridges are snapped up at two. ;
E 11 ,
THE LATE
bits. This is higher thau the regu- CAPTAINW. i ,
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It lir market price for the chicken, i
FIICLHTZIti
( 'I but there is a class; of trade that is W. REISINCERA been t
ROMAN STREET. | with
not nearly supplied that wants the i loft i

Rebnrshfng. Furniture a ''I bet and will nay almo t any price to j I ihet -- 1> colic It will i
; "aU, .
it.IJead recent issue of the
WashingtonStar
of the
.quo 400. I II ; L Friedman & Co.'s new ad contained an extended notice Be j t
I i\ ag )
WHITE today. They are offering big bar-: of the life and death of the late Capt.W. i
K.
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pains in muslin, lawn and summer
W. lliisinger' from which the
j M.iiiufatlnriiti Jeweler dres good, and e-pecial bargains t :
following is taken ; :>
in millinery goods as: they are sell-
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air Optiriau<< ; I
in:,' out their millinery stock. Captain HeNnger was born in ]I, i
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Pre aral4.II. Pennsylvania; and entered the naval I .I '
The bolt excursion last nirht\va-; I ww. ,

in 1S(j 2. Priorto WU.. : .
.- well patronized and greatly enj')yed. academy April : that
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Manager J. K itfed, i is: building up time he had served as a volunteer in j'

< quite a reputation a< an efficient ex- I I a regiment of Pennsylvania; cavalry ,' 14 It.n'_ :\ J' ; I.

VVS NOTES j cur"i.,u manager. He will give another I 1......... ;
during the civil war. After graduating
excur-iou tomorrow afternoon. !
The boat will leave the wharf at I in IMiti he served on various shipsin j I

,_ ;:JI 2:30.: all parts of the world. Rising i : :

I ,| |J' .l I :it .-1. Lumber shipments from Mucogeewharf gradtully through! the various
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1"f fur the past week or more grades he became: a captain November i
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have been very brisk, and as fast :as 22: l'h). At various times he i iI

.' h.l'l..d one berth is emptied it i is taken I For
y : again I
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airuiui in by another ves-el.; Two steam-hip- : commanded the Omaha Yantic and : r 0 a 0 N L K I

i l, Monoeacy, being in command of the > :
1 Mi.I .1 i. rv..tiiKl..uv and three tiling rebels were working I ; .
: there yesterday, and this morning last named vessel during the Japa 1 Cary I j : : r rI
: >rt. woundbiir.r -
the Hriti-h steamship Capenor nese-Chinese war, when he rendered I
41u-alwtttill? wa* docked there to be loaded by H. I I : ii
valuable
4 i- :,'udered hi* ;;;service together with Br &
: H. Hoyer.: The coal work is carried !
: \rit'hllut the commauders of war ships of I f'

.' \lln pirtyu on interruption. other foreign nations in preservingorder I j i ; ; t'l t'lI
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u -treet'tertaiu i' Shake Into Your Shoes at Tien- in. Returning to i i \ I II
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Allen's Foot-Eae, a powder. It : the Tufted States he was on duty at 'Outtr

cures painful smarting, nervous feet !' the Washington navy yard up to the; j|I I i was ', i'

I ileep i and inrowillV'; nails and instantly I time of the outbreak P
of the Spanish I i i i
'.i-iin-I takes the tmg out of corns and bun- End ( : : ,
,, ions.. I''s the comfort discovery war, when he was assigned to i', W. '
".11 tt- greatest This !
the command of the Peusacola l' pOint I [
t> Ir- of the age. Allen's Foot-I l navy : : : ,
Ei-e makex: tight or new fetlay. navy yard, and ;served;; there durinz;

It j is a certain cure for sweat- the entire war. He organized i : !
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in., callous and hot tired aching I I I > : I }
I I the naval militia to defend that station "I II I '
'. Try it to day. Sold by all I Il ;Hay.'I': :
I vice : !
! I tI and fitted out the mo"quito :
l: !.:.:ri-H and hoe store Don't i i I'| ( '''' ''iI
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I i I fleet. His work there received the I I
I'c''pt any sub-titute. JJy mail for'sic. Ship ) I I \ I ,

in tamp*. Trial package FKEK. i commendation of the department.From for rI'IIU1 a I H

I'. aI Ad1reAllen S. Olui*ted, LeRoy, I I'ensacola lie was transferredtoSan : 1 1I
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Fran i i..co to take commandof I The 1,
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the He leaves the.. I :
: I Ills l:"' <'1"') Philadelphia.: a :
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W ItJ. "I il-i'i't uinliT-iaiiil.\ slid: the grocery wife and three children, who make i which from ( I ; I ; I:
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clerk \\ h)' :Mr. I'uMicu write 1 may !'
I their home at 13JO 13th street. His ..with I I : ; :
Uep.ut- i I XX XX after !hits n.iiiuWh.U ilu th'y
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any
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fabrics '' ItlfRllV* i children are Mrs. Joseph A. Murphy during: t : f
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the min I "1b':ul a I. t." rt'i'lictl fiule Jim frpiu I I of the navy ; Lieut. H. C. Reis.i I .I' .
:i t another the nikir. li.irii-1.: "lie's -\-justi of '
/Taring> *pulp I the |H'ar<.. f\-iiiauir: ox-M-nator and ,I I inger of the marine corps who i is I I ;; ; ; ;;: 1 tl} :

1.1 tOVS rN, Ims IM-IU-IHTI! I ii pill t'ics-CincinnatI: ,' now at Olongapo, P. I., and Dr. E I !
('lIIlIh'fd1 TI'ihuHI'. !
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I 'Ilicj \ll Ilo It II....... this city. I : II
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While in I'.n- I "Tin re N a sprries! of iisU in Africa,1; I 1 N Br Ii KI b I 4 :. t

we clllt-d I'U a I paM the rfturwtl vxiilurer. "that fre- The ;strong: eat well sleep well I I Br : I i I

interested int iliii'iitl/ tra\fls bug distances ovtTland. 1Ikll'foll.. The weak don't. Hood'sI :, Kr 1 ( I ; :
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I :Sar-saparilla: makes the weak strong I I ICoHr 1 :
t the thin;:; he "Well" said the listener, "we shin ---- Ivan ? JI

-- ->f the bu-ines" about all the frit-cits of fish in thin IIUli HCIIM lii (.,,<<10811I. I ; i
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of III'hltll'e have country in the same way."-Ualtiiimre ThfonoYr i* how can a man Jo I, sit LOHr I

; tla,.-t' columns Amerii-au. Lu"illt"S in Hroaihvay and expect to hl'r.t I t ; \ I
I "tiltry liu-iiae-is Everybody has a right to a little iu.iUe a 1'ivtil cuiisulfriiii: the extruurdiuarv sit Am to ; i l t i j i': i ij :

Ill this -eitloll.i 'I piece of this earth.: But they niu-t nits that are exacted, says the Her It i ; d I t !#
.. flsrht for it. They must watch their Now: York Pres.J The iirolits in cigars I !
ILI i iiuk a liuii -
Ie h lnce totetit. and get it. uuit be stupendous fur toliaccuiiKts Co. I' I \
IliiU all the i
i I Thos. C. Watson & Co. pay uii'irent than liquor dealers ..1cigar I Bus 11.
It n Cfiiu per I j have *ome" particularly fine bargains ; company' has lelcd: a lot thirty- j ,. II
'n) liein. filled: for !' to offer jut now and they invite one fed front on roadway for :$M.IM Br :
!> il IIICH belli,; in I von to come and investigate same. a je.r fur twi'iityonecars.. Not: a 'I : 1 ;;
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You will having done
hr-t cl.1-1 re-Muii. j never regret ,I stone's throw from the city hall is all'ul'lJl'r Itiu [ "
Uo. '
Nor <<
''ut th'IZe of shop hardly big enough to takea I >or i,'; t
I lour: Uvath in for \\liich the annual I to W :
i rental is ;::11,<" .). Fur the basraiwitbeneath Nor : ;
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.. Nor : t'
t-.4 t "%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% I I it, used as a r 'stauraut.7f", ") Nor Nor \ f'I

/, Is paid. Ie h : I 1
\ PRISH: SHIPMENT OF :1I I Nor Jr :
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From Hut ('Old. :
to I It 1:1 I
8HITHFIELD ; :
.... II ,_! --S-. Dysentery is prevalent everywherein :>
r -- : -- summer and is. due to mia maticpoi..on. I| Am : : i : !f: I r

=. aud begins abruptly with : Br l
HAMS. .. ? : intlimmation of the mucou liningof son hBr ''i J 't
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: Ok'X the large bowel. In America the I ; ;
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-- -- -- ,- disease i is common, but properly :
___: '- -- -- 1 If treated doe not result t
.p ;- senouly a* 1 i \.1 t
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.. ; in the tropic Perry Davi Pain- I I

killer is the be ; !
RECEIVED.'ESH tion
JUST( kV the most ftliacious in the: treatmentof I'I
dvsenterv. .pains j I I ; i ) 1 b, 'f# l'


[ I FLORIDA SYRUP St i l ICE-COLD :MELONSAT tJARFIELD'S. of liver Such I I : 4 t t' ,:I t r.i '<.




ULON JUGS Sets PER- -GALLON.- Jjvi :' close Grass, at Shearsthat the Willis will Hardware cut-'m to are :i : i il.l.

e Co's.Elegant. I 1 -
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: Corn Meal kk china closets, 1, : : I ;
i i. Gonzalez & Cots
sideboards and leather- O' f : I I'.f !fl!

O 1\'Lt'SIYILY. seat chairs at Marston $' final
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Quina'sLow prices; easy They :, Ii


: s ) L CAHN & C0.]= payments.BARRANCAS: Fla., July a ation' ,: ; i 'I Ii! i i, ,':l'l'i ';;


FORT 1902 -!Sealed proposal*. in The I i i ; I
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triplicate, will be received until 11:30: pails I : ,1I I i .
: STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS, a. m. An/. 22.: HItfHf -inkinz two j :I i :
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k wells here. L" :-\. reserves runt to t
'.'r Palafox and Intendencia Streets. reject or accept any or all proposals.or goes: I : 1 f I L t
9 any part thereof. Information << ,
i7g.: '* PcnsacoU, Fla. furnished on application. Envelopes letter l 1 ,
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containing proposals should be marked ie ; ; j I : t'
.. "Proposals. for Well=," addressed 1 ; I I i
:\: .. + I I1v.: E. COLE, l:OA"
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DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA SATURDAY JULY 28, 1802

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HOKE SMITH TALKS OF MOTHERS MUST GUIDEShould When THE Real WOMAN Trouble WHO Come.WEEPS., !She! Iso :I' MRS. HELENA BLAV


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4 CONDITIONS IN SOUTH I am not going to speak now of the I Young Milwaukee Society Woman

woman whose heart is bowed down I
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-- Watch the Physical Development with grief: the woman who weeps because : thousand> cured r. i\\ ." an 11 '.
'O:11; have written
n
ITOEX err 1 fr : t. ,
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New York Times Has Inter her heart is full. The particularwoman tell how Wine ofCarJui sL >uU oJ. a. ,

of Their Daughters. Earn- I Lave In mind is the human bestows the rean v> .
view With Atlantian. blessing; of health on every '.j; Wine i'-f 'J.
watering! pot whose tears Mill splashdown i ara! .: ; -

.---- est Words From Mrs. Pinkham to her cheeks at the slightest notice and woman poor who takes alike.it. Mrs.rich lie cine that an I 01:- .'
POLITICS.Local \\11111-\\:
HE TOUCHES UPON and sometimes at no notice nt all. I Helena Blau: No. 123: Seventh hultloperati.ini\ a ,

i Mothers.Every l j $he is usually a woman of great feel- i Street, Milwaukee, in horror-w 'u.- :.-, : -

I Good 1 Government of First Impoitance !i leg or fancies !she Is. "I feel so much.I Wis., is one of the youn that Nature n t-: '' .' .
I women whom Wine of Car- sician. Wine ,f .
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White Voters of the South am so sympathetic she quavers,
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dui i-as rescued from life
mother possesses; information of viral value to her young ': a Kn. llflm-t H'au./' cites women \a a :
Con.erv.atlve-South''s .Wonderful daughter. That daughter llrt'dlllB 1 lc''aey, and the responsibility and even as she says this the moisture'comes of suffering. She writes: health l-v gn Ing N \' .:

l c Progress. I i i for her future is largely in the hands of the mother. The mysterious to her eyes. ii i i "Vine of Cardui Is certainly 'worn chance.to build up S"aT': .: .<

s l e change that ilevtlops! the tlioughtlt; girl into the thoughtful woman If a girl announces her engagement, : out' women's best friend and lam pleased'I the tissue. Wine .; r, ,
menstrual flow .
f"( New York. July 25.: Former S cretary ,1 fchoulil find the mother on the watch day and ni -ht. As she cares for !she cries. If the same girl breaks it t I to give my experience with It. A few relieved ;of the drains and or ot Na tin :> .'.

t' of the lutt'nor Hoke Smith of'Georgia the physicalellbeuiij; of her daughter, NJ will the woman be, and her off she cries again. If she hears of months ago I caught a severe cold, having the system, makes the t .; ..

who Las been in this city i ii children aKo.; the death of a caterpillar she wl'i'! : been out in inclement weather,which organs: strong and healthy a?..

t 4 quoted by The Times in diM-usain: ,i Wht-n the young girl's thoughts become sluggish, when she experiences weep buckets, and when she is enjoyIng I settled all! in the i Any woman who u sil..n".T :

ff : t'oz:
1 r Laing said: Mtimi to sleep, pains in the back and lower limbs;, eyes dim, desire for abdomen. I was in almost constant pain \ to undergo plnsician's 1'\.1 ,

I The nut *tion of principle' with regard solitude, and a dislike fur the society of other girls, when she is a I consulted a physician and took his and treatment can find n.: ,
Yt e
to th- platitude of the south in mystery to herself and friends;, then: the mother should go to her aid ll' medicine for a month and without any I' not dui Kcnnnjr offi'red relit to Lcr.when W..! :

'f.t' not nheihci it will adhere to the Hem }\mml'tly.t such a time the greatest; aid to nature is Lydia r. }'ink- 'MT relief. I then! decided I would try your I licit}u to deter her. S1tTcau 11 1- I" '

!h ucratic i party. but what i'ait, ii will haiiiN SVjrotaM*' Ontp-Miixl. It l'ft'pm's] the young system for the .il medicine and: it was a lucky day for me i of Cardui in the privacy ..f L r

take In the Democratic national con coining change, and is the surest: reliance in tills hour of trial. when I did so. I noticed a change in a I with a? much assurance ot a'I

'Ii ventionViII is stand by the platform The following letters from :Mr- Southard are practical; proof of I' I s' few days and felt encouraged to continue ?3 though a it"lI'll tlot'tor4 rl', "

I It! i nf lfc!+'; at Chicago, which w<*- Jlis. 1'mkham's: ctlicient advice to young women. taking Vine of Cardut, and my patienceIt' el any Tilivsioianj d) r.,
of CarJai to th ir .
itrrated Kansas In lit"+", ( : f l.lt
at City
was rewarded,for in two weeks my pinsChy I not get a iLot I ,; '
+ a will: ::1 KU had to the Democrat') a;
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had left me and I felt like a new woman. of Cardui !rum j'. 'jr ir::.-.',-: '
iv' ? Jt ff, r-i.nu.il! .l.ukbon, or Seju.i'i: -. t dtl

yu ai. Til.', s I" I I II A E'l"l: : .

f t It ems '.!h'i" t inipnssih't'! t.." WINE of fCARDVI s
'if 1 r- f.
i. it I in 1..1- ,' ind every e..11 \,\ : ;! .

'rn U! ii.--. i .' ;land th.' -

uatinti in r -M i. ::1'1' uf first imp' ir

ta!!' e w II!h t'ernment out

t+o IiUrr.WI., .I to 1SMJ ta-i.' > THE NEW GROCERY STORE

j e It-snas w !III ,, U i. 7 s'AS. --/ I7S
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fur many y, ,.1; t como fur tlu win it I Y I

t'11'i s VOttil oIi\ 101, It {is tint so ran h alUaU.

f4 r ut r.m; .rr+'1ud1(' '-it is a ratif ir WILL MOVER

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t |t-r tif |pro'. ( tins our state, rount an
j r j | government from ignor Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stockof

u ante and! ir.omifiiteiiy. The large
11t Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.
majority of the whit voters of the

T g :1 south are really conservative buttb..lr No 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block

fear of bad local RONernrtenrraqivn

them frt4 to make no TELEI'Ilo\Ft.i7:
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+'t \1' fight on a national ''luoxtion. lest it

g i might Jeopardize that uhihnithlhero ICE AND WOOD.

!- ie e..ntlalood lorai: government

'HiI i-miK-ihts of the .pasty. of the
WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LJ TiGER TllADE
: I rant may confidently rely on cordial

f 1
south
THE DEATH OF TilE: Jrtl.oon
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1 "The south has made wonderful US YOUR ORDERS NC ",
tl'r to with .
i.ii-t wail of
proltr":1\ in the last few years Ilanufactorles a damp nhntlIkrrrtf
: ; tucked tiilil.i; in her;
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tit very sort are gem;: ;:'11r f D t ? Thompson Olsen & Co.
h mil K4: er\th'ti maIn- : lie tti
1 .. > ; gu'li; :: : ,
I : n' nil I. I do not regard the smiics; : i .
ti w....!::: in; l.er !htiiiie from utlit" tea 1 1I
+ for vuir*>ma( y in the inanufac-tin n Manresa
I: I rIt: i !i1>iidiei: may lie sercami i_ Street, Tel/ hone 1.: 1.
i Hot luttiin to be hetwf't'llew Hi.- rr>' $f+fl'+' : r rt r4 i,5tiu INtih.it.'t'!?!!1+?1.: a... il 1 the --.4ryrti'quari'elhh. but still
; land and theI ih.: The south pi; .
q "htxf.-pon.. I bowed with grief lit the
ESTABLISHED:
a: i I dubs 11 jier lit of the lint often ,'r Mothers Who Allow Their Daughters! to Suffer are Cruel When d), .,t6! nl tl.e Leroine.iitl 1863.

f / the world whit'!I. goes: to rnaiiufa t t'l Relief is Easily Obtained Read This !1oth r's Experience. .\ when rei troulile comes ilo you - --- --

fitForeign mills inrea.se theirr: McKENZIE
+ F\nMr.> PivKiroiI 'UI'I"| '",- tills! Jlo.t I'ytlJpnttIl'Ul'0"1.ii i- OBRTINQ & CO.
> \\.h
IP 'I' in regard to daughter.. She
.
( 1 i ; if Art rian rais-d lint totti i, tLirt"'nr'! -d::,( and nr'r,-r mt-nstruutfii \\ >'avr hi.i i the ilnvtor to her i 1-' any gom,!? Nttt a bit (If it. :She sH; ,

It t'f''f'u.\ .r,.,11 "' Hi.i t mi iy manufacturing it an an.111I' -,;u.1 ,err liiil n't h ive OD..uh; l ci..1. Silt h:..., beer Viking! iron for Hi! a sttxtl and enjoys the utmost lux o -IlCALERg: IS- 0

i i I ,It \' It is this Immense increa-- thrri- month t hut !" ii-> -tti-r.. In the mornin* she vomiti. Mina days she wry of "1'I'i'U; ;; while: the victim of it .

7 ", i s the south covered. It is C.lrif cannot keep anything: on her stomach until twelve! oVlo--k.\ If she tries to do all ;gt"'< abmit dry ejitl with her heart Ship Chandlery and General
+ America and the south where thecotton anything: she get, faint. lias headache all the time, is as white as marble almost breaking trjlnc to It II the work ,

i grows to prepare the manu- with great dark rings under her eyes. Picas: write an.l tell me what to do ,, of two. CAKOL.YX W.\JJJ. 80S AND 605 e4. PALAKOX tsTUKKT.

R 'h.. as I am dix.-uuraped with the iWtor." Mu CII.\:,. :SofTHAr.i, I'hanis Mills ----'A'A.GENOV ___
,f fa turgid fal.nc for e\irt. and I --- -- --
t+ hi"I I( X.Y. (.Ian I l.i.) It.i-1.1 I : .
! ./ M 4" '; lUt. Path year the south in her cotton '. IIF.UtIn) ; ,. When Other Medicines Have Failed REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S' riONH CO B
; I'1Ngnt'r-Lact.Tanuary: I wr-if': about! daughter
you my GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RUtsHEL &
HON'S PUMP
t 11451-f mills will make great inroads into and told you what our family doctor said about her. I saw' another doctor Take Foley's Kidney Cure. It has

+,1 i oft: 1' the liiiMtieso of foreign cotton tiiauufacturt ., and he said she had quick eonsumptioll.ft 'r receiving ;your letter I began cured when eventhing else has dis- Cunt I Ccrdti Piliti' Oils liotical Instruments Skirts iiekin, />////

'rs. diving her. :your remedies, and after taking: four Uittles of Lydia I]. IMnkliaill's -
1 i! 1 egetable l appointed.\ Sold byV.. A. D'Aluu- COMPASSK3. LOGS KTO
t "Nothing in connection with the Compound and four i.f m..d Purifier she is now well
I pouth and! strong as eter. Menses have appeared and are regular. I can never herte. 1:1:: South Palafox! street. McKenzie Oertia Collecting Agent;: for B,ir Pilots' Benevni'' .
gives roe more jtleasure! or more
praise your remedies enough for they saved my daughter's: life."- MRS. CIIAS.SofTUAKD. V iicouragement than the U Ph.rnix N.Y ;
: Mills Dec( Hi. I L'an'.tAny < I -
t l' t enthusiasm which is spreading over
>nun<; girl or any mother N cordially incited to write to The Beer
the Ilfol'tion in Iw half of a thorough Mr. IMiikham at Lyon Mas., fur adiiee in regard to her sickn The Star
!f' system ot jiuhlic education including Laundry
->. XU one lias had greater l'XI'I'ril'lu'I' or success: in guiding

1 j -hnologiral institutes and, manual mothers and their daughters: to health Thousands hate trusted That Made ,

;: ad Industrial instruction c.f evt-it her and an- :glad. She charges: nothing for itch ice. Write to-day. : j

t kind. The south always had alum Biggest Busiest Best'!
KKUKIt.. We bare.|>..siteh i its II,.. Nvtional; City Hank of I.jrnnJOuO. ,
IJ tlatt and varied resources, but had tiicli M ill :".pal.ttoarlPerunah'l tii tiuu thallhe atxtire te.tum""allettere .
ANNHtI N tn r -- -
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>> 't not the minds trained to handle them L are not :euiuue, ur were 1-uMisLe.l t"'Vrv utitatniiij the writer's special permi -
.;-iou. Lydia t:. I'iiiUham .Mfiliriuu ('u.. Lynn, Man.
_i (", \\> have today :3.i'iu( young men in OM. t d. An Evening: Call on
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loral huological Inntitutes. Man y

s :; al training is being introduced nit,l site 1\i nlil Idilr. -Id- r s Your Swell FriiMilsyou ,
1
: moct of the public .o hoot of the (-It- It 'i.ipi>i-iiiMl ;.11 a lutt'tin:;: of clutiwii.Hii Gateway of Solomon's Temple Found.
\ u i.n.i hil :!',.- The N<' \\Vin VICTORIA !
> us i wlltiud 1 will be
r w i"cHved
let Most m the normal school-! : u n wiTi H-ttlini: : various 1

1: J where teach.in' Wing prepai 'I! 4ai.h| < 11 t, II lJt"rllati"lIal.! national and Tast'>:aJt sas that Dr :Stlhni: a pro; 7 if you are well :/I: i
t. ".r i at the Vienna unimsity. whois MADE BY ACME BREWING co.m.sr (
; !s
r c'iiuaB ', 1
'. ; for real t-d! !, stork, requinthi- uitli their! usual facility. ''
dre--ed and your linen i- : :
exploring Palestine behalf of the
.1. \ teachers. to i ".F an industrial eoura. "It.t jolt believe in iiupiTiali, ?" Iakl..1 ,,' : IO-CKXT; noTri.K uKr.i: '
,I the [ml't'ridl'adE'm)' of 8ril'nn's. has: J ,: r3 a ? k' : abl,.. A woman of P '
., sit-uker. IX TOWS.DANNHEISSER.
,, < fitting theta i I.it: 11 the children in I i
i I ,t the tutal jsti t"on'. lint only from Irs.tr"Imllitl ro sc instantly. I i discovered the walls and gateway of' rf ala'ay' :gouges a man'-> 1 1. :

' e 'f'' Ixii.k.- bit ;,1. ''I i c.:' .-- oi inaniial wor!;. "1 It the family" she .said "1 do. :'the ancient temple of Solomon. i& BROS stuictby the condition ?,' .

; fill 111/: t I. 'i 1 ..",: ili-uoiiulih: to lit.]. The appLluse tvdeafeuin-Chi- tie neighborhood: of Janohah. in Sa AC1EXTS FOR THE CELEBRATED ."a and he ;tees into her ;pn -

l I i' 17" th">, ,. .o! oiinirx iife'f cago P,.st. I i maria 1 \ moreJ with beauty wh! i u
I I I. W Harper Whi t ; F t
:. I. :; __ __ __ collar and culls havi-l IJ. .
0# y
A Gentle Hint. i I I A. R. Bass, of Morgantown Ind. had 1 '
LI Palafox
Main H.ue-t H
street. at the t Htar .
Staylato-I'o you suffer with In*om. I i Laundry.ALL
!I'i I''i i niaV I i{! to get up ten or twelve times in the R. R. Exchange-Opp. Union DepotP. lp..y.W

J.lth-\'j: : i i: O. B.JX 2>1. Pen acola: Fla.
: awfully. i night and had severe backache and
is i, nip IIynaurelaoneverybnxefthegannlne: : ,. Phoul'l' 116-268. WORK c. o. D. Goods Called for and Mwi '
i! Sta.late. -1 understand that a walk In pains in the kidneys. Was cured by ; .'
Laxative Bromo
bietato
=QuinincT the open air at uiclt is a cirtain rem-
Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold W. A.
T < that cull lu by TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN
/ itiuoJy care a une daj. <*iy. I I I ST-
I
I D'Alemherte. 121 South Palafox street.
# ( IMith-AII iii.-Lt. You do the walk- IC.OOO fr<.
-- ---- WALKER INGRAHAM
i "nraatiral K'ltrltt.A Ins, and I'll co to l led and see what theeflert There's lot of Awarded at Part Manager.TIME .
pl { moneto be made
l>H"t u i i.* i |I..t lee;:. Tlit' tlitaw *-
is.L'altlmureVorld.. in real et'ite: -lots of it. A real!
estate
. .% fn i \i-v \ ....k t.. LivtTpMil l is
sign i* u-ually a fingerboard to
TABLE.
:.. 5.("tl; r.nn I : .1...-. !'iy tlie northern
4 Still In Dnnbt.MKs wealth. Thos. C. Watson &
I track and .;.I.I! I I.> the Miiitherii tl'a'k.i Girlit'g-irl- the Real Estate firm auiNAIAROCHEWINE
t your courtship Co., leading
L1 lt' LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE
i The ftiniu. r t"iu-1 r I'" i.il.eti by xt"">elsbuuiitl romantic'Mn. / have some otters which it wouldbe RAILROAD

t I! r fr :Nt.\\ \t rU, the latter b> \es- :'\etrlytvidllhery.. GoorireMid worth your while to con ider. Go I IN EKKKCT tlECEMCKK 1, lUl

t 1 set, Ixiutid fur 1.1\"flu,1.| Krittu Liter if 1 didn't marry him he would and see them todaand- don't waiti I II CORDIALHiiJiestrecommsnditioiu New Orleans and Mobile.

iHntl to Newt rk the tlNtamvs\ are i till to-morrow. --- -- --- .
do
something desperate.s1Iss i for cure of Poorness
\ i re'i"t tiM'tv! :a.,O and o.lml tuile.s. j I:irli ';irl-\ul did: he?-l'blla. Marston $ Ouimt are sole ot Blood Siomih troubles in j General De- No.6. -CO.f.: So.: %. No.*. No I
In i....fotuuatiii nvtinls the 'iuts t.ikcti b!'i'y Incrcises appetite, strengthensthe 7:1a 12:15m 11:11:) p Leave... Ptnsaeola..Arrive':, 5.s, a t ""J P b
; 1" rl.'lpbia ISecord. the celebrated nerves ml builds up the entire lytiem.ti 4:511 I a 21: p I:'''l. Leave_... 1' lomalon h Leave i ..::S a h P f
t-n eitIHT bide are San-ly HIK U an.liMUtit's Two Bottles I agents for 1tla' 4:2ip : 9:55a i Leave ... Mobile.L...ave lIII"D'1: I. ., r. 0
Him.
Cured
i1t : rtt'k. <.>ueeii...low n harbor. The Odorless refrigerators rat Urount .._ ":2p 7x1 aLeave_ Ntw IIrl..ao14 Leave... _..u.p 7 a
,
M hte l the HrilMi coast "I was troubled with! kidney corn- 1 PARIS North.
.
tint light :: on [ absolutely guaranteed or V.. PouKfra A 1o..sxenr _
f U the I'.ull! 'K\V and ("ulf, Ireland and plaint for about two years" writes A. ., \.'.

Iy "n the .\lIIt rio'tn ('IIHtl'it1a'rautlll'k.- H Davis cf Mt. Sterling la., "but two \| money refunded. i,I N o. 2. N o. 6. (I). lllstspin '.
bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure effecteda I 1:15pm I LPA..I.P..n .cola.ArrIYl! filOpm: "
i 1 t or Fire I island. -- 4IS a. m 8:51 pm I Arn\'e. Montoutcry .I.un Ilt a m vl1:5am
permanent cure. Sold byV.. A. :; M'KCIAIi: ,
'IA5TI!! IPS SAI.K. Iijoojpm -\rrlve..HIJDllnllbam..Lun ...uam1Ij'jpm <
; j D'Alem.erte. 121 South Talafos: street.Foley's I 8IIa m I Arrive ... .\ashville' ....LuTe
, 4 I: Acts Immediately. By virtue of a decree rendered by the .o=GOLAY=o. 2:3'J a m 5:1.1 a m Arrive. Louisville .... Leave fI:1S: pm. n
,' 1 trouble- Honorable L. J I.s. Judge of the Ctr- i 1:'Qam 11:59am I Arrl\'e..l.lnclnnatl..L..a\'tI) 6mpm rJ
sometimes
C'clda
are more
cult 'ourt ot the Fiat Jud.cinl
w Honey Tar circuit: ofrior.Ja 1Iam!) 1tJlp mAniT!! .Ht. Loy)! GeaveaS_ p m
and _
} in and for Ksc-ainbia : :
PI cures colds pneumonia. chancery: ilttln .ln ct'rtam Pausn pending PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
1 3 to bard to keep from ad ling to them prevents In 'at court wherein Lucy Finch H com _
plain lot and(ic:>rgl'l.. Cooke,Joanna Debt GONZALEZ i CO. : No. 1-1.1.111 No top where time not shown I r
1 while coolie! err after exercise. One I Iuer :Morns! Bear a* administrator of ttieestatf P. F. Prop i, 1--No. 21-VaIl1 ; No. I-l.Ia1l1 S( *

| cl I.cu H Bear,deceased' John It t> ..._ I ID
Minute Cough Cure cures at once. utt- Mannfactcrers l1M pm 1:1)) a m Leave .1'f'n. ol. 10:511: pm
t KIDNEY DUEHSESin mann wit A. blount. Live Oak Dutlllerv I'I I::Ui night 1:18: :: : ... Iobemla. ......Arrlnl. I p,.g7
Absolutely safe. Acts hllmeJil:elf. eo.. a corporation and J. M I. PfellTer and C. CHOICE MEAL AND PUREGUOUKD 1-.1. .. 'I:11 I .. ..... nlestra ......... :: I IIJ.6! ;;
t Sure cure for coughs colds M. Jones as executors of the tait11I and STOCK FEKD. 1.4" 7:14 ___.L.. am bl a. .._. 10" It
4 t croup i i testament of Anna sexauer. deceased' are i iPatronise 'I 1;S.5 15 to .... Mulet _........ to IUII"
throat and lung troubles. Hargis'Pharmacy fatal of afl db.sus. 'drft-ndanu. I will expose for sale to the Home Industry for there Ii I 1:3': 7:4'I _. ._. Harp ... ..... .. 11):1 toi
I a John Sheppard and Sidney tIM molt highest bidder for cash at public outcry at every reason yon should buy your Meal anA i i U:'-1" 7 M" ....._.(jatcity: ......... 10:18 to
I I the county court house door III the city of Stock Feed from the Home Manufacturer i! 1Fbi 7f4j .... Milton .. ... 1':1)'
s. :: :: -
Katn. -_ __ I IVn-acola. slid Escanibia county during for by so doing you encourage borne Indus I 1:8)> a m .._. _Good; ttange ..._ :: ...... :: .
|Ilbl' legal boon of sale on :Monday! the try. Your money Is left la the commnnlti 1:55 ,15" .. Holtl .... ..._. .. 9:85 ".
t4 Seasonable Ii ouseit old CUIE III I fours h day of Aagu.l, A. ).I'fi. the fullow- and yon in turn are indirectly benefited.In 1 %:::!O to !!JIoI" .. _-__-tllllg..n. "_ ,. 8II: ) to .
i CHI CV'O' ined'\' crlbed real estate situated, lying acd: fostering the borne manufacturer you I 2&i" ,:''II! to ..._...Cre8tTlew.....'._ I 8:11 to .
t : and kitchen utensils at the //lwNsstn Irving in Kscambla' County. Florida, to-wit: contribute to the caused labor. You owe I"J" II M" .._...U eer Land 8:65"
) i ....., i Wof lotI, block II. om City of Peasa- it to thecommanity in which yon lire and I 1:28 to 11:10" .. MOI11f@ac1.- "
Net
'y. .' ( llillisllardu'are]I Co.'s. cola. fronting *<, feet more or less, on Government which contributes to roar support.ADMINISTRATOR'S 6u.1": 8: 'j" .. ..UemaniakbprinjL9:14' "

i ,. street by a depth: of 1C feet moreorlessbetaten ------.- i 6:1 to IiU to .". ...._ Argyle. ...._ 7.ff"
.I' efund d. CoxUlru parallel lines; and arpent t"I': fifl1' ....Pon 1I dll LeotL... 1::9 "
or t
I who ills home monij l lot in,Shackelford Plan. In the NOTICE.
The man owns own 1 said city of fIoo to Il .. .\\1I1t1'11I8 .._ 1:11"
i-1- Insures himself against lots of rein dla ncogoLuA I by>> mi!* sin I'ensacolawblchembrace.block 41. lots all 1.2.3.1 and Estate of L. M. Kimberly decease I II\! to 10):15'' : to.-. Car1vllle._ to 7U" .
1\\'l'1t1 tract
trouble and worry. Nobody can according! Notice is hereby given that tbe :55th II 3JI" 11)fI'! .to._lonll&1. ._._ 6:fJ6"I
to map of eaid city copyrighted' by T. C. on ..
the but for I 5J) IIf1" ...... .._ "
', t t 4 "4 raise his rent and the rent day bus DInt physidAni u Watson in1'i.except the said arpent lot day of July, A. D. 1J2. I will apply to the 8SJ" 11:111" to .Cottondale Chlpiey ...._ '12.1; rt*

1 no terrors for him. It'se-ny to own Kidney and Bladder troublu.! I.4.1 pfbackeirord Planaforesaid. Termscash: county Honorable, Florida.Probate o* a Judge discharge of Escambia Iron the I 1'10 .. 111:16 I .. .h..Marlanna ...._. II 8: ..
for tule
purchaser to pay II!
i : 'I ; to. .... .. s
; 1 n home now-a-days. Thos. C. E. P.BEGG-S. administration aid: estate. : Cypr@1I i-'PI'
PIICI .. ... "M) 7:6 l UfI: to to It
-.Grand Ii.a:!
14 tell how WILLIAM FISHER Ridge
Watson & Co. can you Special Master in Cbancery. I. U:1.16 ..
1M "
J noon $neads 11:1'
i' 1 W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. J11on! jaTToamfm: Administrator. I I
: easy it is. Call ana see them. I 8U" 1:1: : ArrlJeR1nrlllctlot1Lun lill1" 4THE

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY. JULY 26. 1332.: 4

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VENERABLE GOSNOLD.The Origin'", the Fekther Boa. :I j.f !J j i

It has long been a popular Impression i 1 I ,
All Kinds of Smallt>.t Town In the State of that the feather boa originated in i '

Cures )la.u'ho..U.. Paris, the birthplace of so many fascinating 'I t ; ;

and Bladder Troubles Go'snold, the smallest town !n Massachusetts creations for enhancing; wom I' .

Kidney ctmiiirises thot. little Specks an's beauty. i i. ;f .
of land which, beiniiins at Wood's The cradle of the feather boa however I f ,

: Jiy and IJladcfcr Trouble, Rheumatism. lion, at the "shoulder" of old Cape was a feather factory in Third i, / 11 I t.for t.1

:.J kinds of diseases produced by anx Cod's right arm. extend! seaward till street, iu New York city, and it! first : t

.-..o! 'f uric acid. they terminate in that fatal reef of the saw light in ISb", when a girl employed 'I'

Sow and Pi;:s. (Jeocraphlandand there in sorting over a lot of plumes, 1. 'I

their euphonius nIIIJI'Ire found in that had been sent back damaged Infants and Children. ., I ;

HarrisLithia that old uur.scry jingle: strung them together; for her own "

Great \aushon and Nonamessttt amusement The Khnl You hive Always l.mi ht haborno the 'ina-; .(

t'nratena and AVe.ptcktts, A member of the firm chanced to see tore d' II. Fletcher, and has Wu wade under lilt ; i iiiersonsl !

Water :CUlt-a ha\\'l'na.)tunk and Pasquanese.thirtytwo IVnikese.. the result, pronounced it good and the !-Ullt'r\' !ion for over IU )'('ars. Allow no ono I I Ito .

It is a. remarkable fact that the feather boa was born. dei-riie you in this. (Counterfeits Imitutious ami"Jiistas.cKul" i 'I
The first boa sold
was bought by
smallest ct Massachusetts town; meetiiiKs are but K\n<%rinieiits and ('inlai s,%r tho i
:.i r> "'inmemled by the bet physicians all Lillian Itussell. It was pink, formed /
should be on the identical health lit' Children (
spot -llsporietice against lx1ieritueut. f
r theUnited tftate For sale of sixty plumes and was worn by heron ;
everyre where almost to a day ;'") years! ago
.re>shipped the stage in that '\'ar.ew York ;
anywhere. Bartholomew Go'nold planted the first Times. The Kind You Have Always Bough! ,

European settlement in America.

Nothing Can Compare When losiiold spent the winter on '\\'att>rm..loll Te.t.. Bears the Signature of ; :

LnHit CARBONATED WATER: for table use. HAKKI LIIHIAEH Cuttyhunk, his company numbered I draw my thumb nail over the melon -

.\I.t. 1, the finest of all ale,. souls., The voters. of Gosnold scraping off the thin, green skill. t ;

number just thrt; .t\o today, If the edges of the skin on each side 45&In
for Free Booklets-Full testimonials of says the Boston Transcript. 1i :
\Vritr cores, inalygfs, of the scar are left ragged or granulated -
t' how to your physician. I Cuttyhunk is the outermost of thegroul' and the rind under the scar is .

and is the seat of governmentAt smooth! firm and white and has some-

Harris Lithia Springs Co., Harris Springs, S. C. the last: election of town officers thing of a glassy appearance, the nic'l- Use For Over 30 Years. ; : :

I eight: of the nineteen others! were filled obey n is ripe. But if the edges; of the scar Tw r :rra,. e'...... n .u.... ...... "'W .... r..1WING i

Yocders and four !by Tilton Cut are smooth and ex en and the thumbnail la _... -u': -II I I
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,,\ OK TELEPHONE I.oneed was a sort' of Pooh Bah, has dug into the rind In places and I

l-einc at once celectman, treasurer, collector the skin dues not off clean then
M. W. MARSHALL 1'ensacola: Kla.D assessor, overseer of the poor, the im.lou I is green.come You can ,easily .IIrnrorl..r I ; ; Every. .Woman' :i itt I

----- board of health and sealer of weights; learn on two melons one ripe, the other ttD HOP r & 60.1.I :::- .1 ., ..

BRITISH CABINET MAKING and measures.They green, noting; the diffcieiice after they r' a :1t1k11. I.[ tthitling.. ., .. bprdr !
r.
: WITH BIGAMY. .w yl. -
I hate to have n lmird of health: have been (tpt.Ut'tl.-lxl'ba \:, c.S: '" 1 ..., ,:. ,

Ritchie Now Ultimate and a sealer" of \\eisrlits and measures ? and fi-alrrs in- ,. 6J --r" .'....w.......-, ; i R
Regarded as
i Carber, Wanted b because the law but the board I
> says! !'v. ,
Successor 'ew \ orlv'n Conductors.Many j.' ..4. ..' .. ,
t Cff.ccrs. : to Hic.sBeach.X. \ never has anything; to tin and all the'al.'r. have been made Chinese and JapaneseFancy If ,. .. I' \ 'e \, ,
complaints: reccutiy ..
'tt: _!"..--On Mon'laj v.ork.. July 25: -Cahim't,main :\- !-( etc., has to do with the set of to .l Ir. Vrecl.ud.! who .etnttl.. .:, i :.'" : ,,,, "
: ulaua yes fj
\
; _
:. a young farm ? Mill cant nn. s in the lo!>hn>s and l standard instruments in his charge i-i the :New Yoik street car system, of inFoletuv Goods, I',. 'I.ii'' i.t.,...rd.1llY.h. I. I ',. L. !.
rise before Jus the sn:nkinK '\\011I of the house of CCKIminis. I to ",hlst 'em off" occasionally. Thereis and carelessness on the part of 'a .' 'Y.dt.1. II tilt II III.. .. I ,
:FINE
-- amt l swore out 8 hut with diminished! ardor pays also a tree warden althoush theonly conductors and other cnipluvevs. Mr.Iceland CHINA TEAS KtMiin '_ o 'fungi tilt!.! :NH.. \ "ffc : I tI
a London dispatch to The Ti'ilium*, 31 South Falafox St. i ;
< ''I' hian charging I trl"''; on the island are throe \ h.Ilia kl'i the burprlsihgstatement i I

..s.> of bigamy A Premii: r aifour is not ('ousultin I stunted silver poplars on Cuttyhunk.AVoniIrn that on an average he Laundry Office. I'eu.lc.lla.I.1; } .NOIIfi.. s
hIs colleagues in regard to this matter d''j ,
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'I .V.K married tcn misses :?"11110'11 a month fir the (': \
I !
the been mth.r'ied to u" i
t 1 nb-criptiona f nr Wm. J"nin:'/- I
operation of trimming the educa- i
!is n.-irraie! took \\ is to be the newest food, snysIleinrieh conductors who Irive bci'im, the eom

a \. .... !living in tion bill so that It will encounter the Keli, a I professor of chemistry pal."o'; employ[ for' a few .'ears aI'. pn' I I 'V The'tinyr V :! Crytn'paper.| "The Comaioner. i
least resistance. hi I'.iTlin.! He has secured a patent upon life and will behaved.GOLD !. Balsam 11 I ptl'( .rerip.rfto : T! p.-iie i- "Liw' per year m ad-

ha i .'Ii-fin has (I Mr. Ritchie is now fairly regarded a form of animal fodder which has : C'-bek vuiic. T'i" d..-inn< the pal'. ;
--- sad
.; : ai',1 has j I'I in the house of commons as the ultimate sawdust as its chief ingredient. II TV :r..m48 "Ta..a'@i d I f in ,1"I' ;'t t t.. tl fin hy ll'udihl .

.. ". .:. : rpmlUl: I successor to Sir :'lidlalllh-ks.l Hc argues that animals; have a decided nrsr. \: 4'" I "..' ... "lIt .. ,. l.UU ti' lire Ulnet-lr'l I; ued., ,
\ ] 1\ Sot'! ?
.".'n'.i: rl)' Ieh Beach." The appointment of a chancellor : liking for young shoots, roots of .. I H. :\1. Runn:.
.'''' .i. I' q TI n9lditiiSTiTHE ; Ii
of the exchequer diminishes shrubs, tree! bark nUll other IJel(01),1 i Ii ( ..If htliV. NeWA '
I..Cr n.' I. \\ U anal] I i
'Let GOLD DUST: twins do work. i
!, IS ..1'.tI\\n.: II!' daily in Importance, however siiue it of tl,i sumo' nature, and! since exrcriuieiits the lour .j

.. I j I is now faith I diar that no change ilL have proved that the nutrimentttMitnintil
r. : -nll as :l
'. I I the Anal! system! will be sanctioned in such growth remains in It GARDEN SECTIONIFensacola i
: II: } 1 by Mr. na.l ollr. even after it has become wood he observes

II that with a little salt and water 0-- OF-o f
.,:Jer Falling Pol*. added to it the sawdust will prove to .
Reward Is
July 25.James Offered. bo a highly; noiui>hing;: diet Florida t
,
ir I OfllnleltU, ti. C.. Jul!}' 25.-The city .
:.us. a lineman Mo has statistics to prove it. Pine,
(V'iciMaVatei: council tan authorized! a reward! ot birch, poplar, alder, acacia, beech and rctp .
Near East Hill
Electric
Terminus.
for Railway
$100 the apprehension and conviction
i v '.v.i-i instantl I walnut woods and strav.s have been
':. '!h.-. work ctBul of the slayer of Isaac Smith, at I analyzed J chemically: by him. and he t

.. t I tegro. who was cut to death in tht finds that the wood has vastly more Beautiful Lots for Sale. 1

1 ; Hit'n. was riot at Oran;-bur; on the night i.l I albumen! nitrogen and fatty substance: y'.

.. ,it I tht I July 12. The governor has also offered than tin straw. 40x137 1* feet at from :$:;75 to $200 each, accord .
..
a reward! of $luu.Wcman .
The inventor claims that
:- "a very ptDt
ing to location and I
cheap ciittli food be \ surroundings. !
1i'j ; can prepared : i' i
'. j Would Adjust Rope. this manner to which may I be added
Save! vru w: C'JI' amt crefer! to irake house. Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, lleautiful ]J"i w. ] I :
\\l. Savannah. (,3.. July 23.: -. lrs. Ella potato pec-lings; coriihusks and !shells worK easy useGOLD '
i I Hall daughter ofV.. .\. Myers.hc of BRSIU and the residue from the MI.MT High, Dry Fertile Frauds. j f i I
Ij j killed l eet after the has Leen .. It'ad- DUSTIt .
], wee by Boay: : liij-arf a nN gri > sugar :\

has asked the -.henff of Hen!ion coup ed.: 1 makes horre cr. nter ana care Iljher.; The grandest opportunity for investment ever j j'

tj Georgia to allow her' to pull tht.vi i\ninliuuioii lit' loriurr.Juhann Made -,n'. fcy: THF f N K FAIRBANKCCVPANY! : offered in Pensacola. ,| I!
I : that will swing Bryant into euii Chicaec New'k I: 51':'. St ija.s.
t i r.y when he hangs for his'i'Le erim' Baptist Matzeiiaucr wax the Ka:; ;.ers ot OVAL FA.RY SOAP I i t
Borne Seekers Should See These Lois.ALVC1ubbs
lust man in Switzerland who had! touiuloruo .
sheriff has acquiesced
I ::: the horrible i>ro-vss of :an e.vaininattiiii ._._ _ _. _ I
,. ,.,."
&"
l h j' torture. In the earlyforties I
Jenkins Displaces;
NeJro Official. of the last Cl'UtUThe
\\a: acciiscd -I
I Columbia: :S. ('., July :25.llajoi I 1
of a murder by his ncte'ilmr If You HaveRheumatism i
Micah Jenkins has' displaced\ DeputCollet > Anna Koi-h. The cin-unistantril I \ 1.1 JI J Corner Garden and Jlctiniz Streets.i i

: ';,.: T 'tor George \Va.-hington Munav _.. .. i :
thence against; !him seemed to be comjilete I -- $
: Pup' South Carolina's last negro representative hut a:< he refiux-d to confess he ;
'" meet in congress; hy appointing E was subject to the brutal ne'-k I I i I".C. KBKNTI : WY.1 i KNOW I.KM; W K n r t: I IK +> R.LnY; 1' ;
.
'"IIUIC \V. S: < reven. The negroes, are di Teased. screwhkh was at that time 'nll I I rret ld
ii.tj ofill \ used! In the criminal iiruccdure ot .\p. f amajfajgsfojyuRllj ) ...... i L

III l i T. J euzcll-Iiiiier-Khodcn, though it lia
Vundiver! ; Iho ....r..hil> <.f .Ir..t Tre alMjlUhcil in the .\u.,.t'r'Khoileii.1'iuler nLf'l'1"' t'"M0 lI\ i First National I I I !
UneiltfUiiK.netl7 wail! cure i Da.n.I !
I.'t ( o.lector Should 1'1I'I'I'l trees Inowiud and all his! agouti" houevtr, .MuteiKiuer you. It ao! cures Lner. Kidney lull I: i
.\ t" i-ner. E. II .-!,iitr.>li.Hl bye. the city or dy the almttiiif iiorsistnl in the a""crti"ii ot hisiniioccnce. lilaJdcr d.seases. caused by an ei uric acM It never fails: end builds
'I, <'ourt. Sim,> ,' property oniu-n,': The weight ofoiiinion A few years later Anna the health An 1 FtrertTth while using ic.cp i' ;
OF
PENSACOLA. FlA.Dill
'" will hold a |>rinncts aiuuii those vntitktl to sjM-.ik Koch confessed herself: : to be jrtnlty!! of I Scud stamp fur book of wonderful certificates : .
with come the I Pr l'e. Jl per bottle. For fale ,
authority
for count\ on question the murder and !>hwa. executed in ty ilrtiFKiHs. If your driik'Kltit ran not
13 OTO* l *
-! day of August/ is that Diunieiiiiil ownership! of s-treet I !>!1:1.: The unjust sufferings; of M.tt/e- supply you it will lie sent prepaid upon t '
.. ?' fought politico trees is "" "I"'Hfflr the best results! uaii'T brought; alwilt the di>efct.ibli.shUiciit 'f receipt of price. Address WM H. KJCOWLES:; W A. KLOUXT K. f. hKr :.1 .V K If 'fI.R. H. 2i' ;

.> from now uutli awl is boMi'trs the natural condition: of I of the uniliL'\al engine of torture. I j Uricsol Chemical Co., Los AngelesCal., { D. (I. HI'.KNJ ,
thins;*. U'n-hiimton city is a ftmiliiir .-\Vestinui-ter Gazette.
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or the


.i. w. \1:11..1011. on example ful nil le\clt the of>rment thoroughfares a systeuiatie of: street andiiceer w shade here: tre trees.>-'< Cures Eczema and Itching Humor 5 Lamar &, Distributing 3 skin Drug Agents.Co., Atlanta 6a. :idp! 'ii kii;; ; i X A t; H ad ;1 j I i


i- taper! will I he are dt.slrnlle'tl: ('l.t trees through Through the Blood-Costs Nothing Lw g+ O e1'0 11 ;
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it there! i Nat I least I.rinlte'll'r ltill arc n''<'l' irily a to Try It. -- ------ .
dr" Kill.r
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IrW6 cr own Kxcr-.insa
.I-- that science tiling of >>hre.N and patches :ami hul>- H. B. B. ( Botanic lilood Balm iuow i- IL tr'-at llrUMi. Ireland t I''
I Qormany, Frai.ce An-tri:.. Itulr H"aiiii.! bf ll. B': j l:1tJ.. I
'01.t us all it. stages jei-t to the caprice of uulnstructii reco;:'nizpil a< a certain andtire LODGE UIHEVTOH\\ ; tnse/s. fol 4! : l
Hweie Denmirk d other ": 1t'V
or\Y. : a: rtrot1eat con r r trg. i i
and tile barbarous ,
Hall' Catarrh owners btitchury of cnr for Eczema Itching Skin Humor -
'i j
cure tr.iiap pruners., \V\crtheleas then.-: are *, ."'rah'cal:' .;, Watery mi.- 'Ve"JelUi=bnri"ed upon: the Most Jl'AYorall T.orrr.tud: I I
;i'-utvo now J KNIGHTS! OF PYTHIArniHcol 1h1 11
'1.' ilical fraternity under iiri\atf uwuiTMup MHIIV irtMhl; revolts tern, Pimples, Aching limitor;. Obligations; Taken Payable M Fort of fet'lr'nloL hn or Jo'ltta.c Dan I :

in wayside trees here and there, I. \... nor Vaasel ArrfTss there f'} ,
.n-titiitiMtiil til.- Joint, Boil, Carbuncles. Prii-klii._r Mltjr. a K 'It" I.I
while public ownership is: not aluasa
n-titutioual treat- ,Miere.s. Patti ill the ;Skin Old Eating Sore-. meats pvorjr Monrin; eyeing I ll 4'Safety Deposit EoreR for Kent In Connartlo t.
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,
: at iJl' Rt Ksili He >e It
I in I.I 1'1': runU taken Pity ownership :ind ''Out rill of trees Ulcer etc. Botanic Blood B dill I In the Ni.)uut -- Wet with which T7Q ha"n m PPT > ':)ru'tm8Dffr..t1'teUu 'Ic'f \
lip
the ;
etly upon .. i Kiilldni tbl-.lllocr I
taken internally, cures the wor :and I nnutnrll. I
.- -tirfaVes of the is the best if that control is enlightened 1 1' v'tettms hrr and tno't deep-seuted! cases: by )loomt P
!t. -t; iyiiigthvfonn! sympathetic.-Philadelphia I enriehing.I; .. I
i i-i.. .lIl1llivillg the Press. purif) ing and \it.ilizin; the blood. H. HOBSLFi"K II\'I: ,i i- :
'I... t'ulhhtlri the thereby givinir a healthy liloodup- j .K.do/< ; :
--I-IIMS! nature! up in Poisoning the System.It I ply to the -kin. P:otatuc Blood l I':.uin .: -- WE WILL'FURNISH YOUR HOME FrIEE! 1} :I

litproprifetor- is branch:: the bowels that the i is the only cur. to Stale: cured. fi

.1'//h in its curative body is cleansed of implll itip ;Other rt-medif-'may: r hive. but I Ii I. ,
t. 011" lliindr-- !
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keeps these pois-ous in the: t'' '
.. that it fails to btipation ,15 B. I<'lu'IIICIII'I'- bmlv. I
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.-: "f t(! ttnlu&LIaldI system! causing headache dullness .,;.Irp. and irives the rich glow '. ,:' .. .. .
health to the -km. P It. 1L luui'i- tp 1> !ParU ... L. ;
Ci Crpositlm
nISEV&: > and melancholia: at first, then unsightly '

iT !-.Iedu. O. eruptions and finally serious (J, the the blood bn.ketdown red and tn'ufi-hing.body and link 0\-! -. 9 biu Medal made Award the tit Gold ,' :.:'I, h. '....., t.I :
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it7ikl. illness! unless a remedy l is applied.DcXYitt's !. I' '...., f 1 ;
& IO'ullllltlry te-tlillouli tl- of rtih'by | I ..... .-. "
K."'ij. -ictenf en Little Early Risers prevent Hotanic: P.io.-d;: P.jiin: B. 15.15 I. I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY II _ .' ."" .1"100.. 1>1...-. -" 1" : t
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this trouble by stimulating the liver \ t.I./'o I i .
Irnlri"'ts.; #1. Tnil treatment tiff- I '. f. ....., ..
i /ulir meeting! and healthy action of I . .. .. .. t t :
promo'e easy and prep :t hy writiiijT; 15bn-d; Balm: .. ..' 'f. ,i.
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V- il.c-f.1 Society 8H the bowels. These little pills do nut ('o.. Atlanta Hi. 1cnbe t!..uiile 1K | .. I .' :. ...-. .... I '.J..'' f .
dtll! otr.e: 1' let violently but by strensth ninnable and free medical advice five until WHISKEY 01 \ t' '...., ..,.... .'. \ ;. .
1 iv An. I 12: -uid I 2t!H I "'!., h.WI !Is them to !perform cured. c; ',,, : \I : '." :''':' \ 1

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also awarded nt In ... '. fii
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1902

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J R. POU FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY
L. & N.'S FLORALA F -

v SOCETY[
EhEl1TSt *
EXTENSIONSURVEY : : : : FEED, LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.OPEN .
t
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: DAY AftD NIGHT. 1 .-, AVe t Iiiteiiilencia Street AN I
AND PERSONALS II I I

COMPLETED FROM OPP POU & GINGLES, Managers. I
522S2J OPPORTUNITY
TO FLOURISHING FLORALA. ,4THAT
_ Walter Butler, the genial circulatir : J\ J1, I
"'V \
of THE DAILY NEWS, i* confinedto l'I I
\"ul'lIul'l.1': I\ .I.IM: : \ ,
hia home by illne?:1.
From the Horali News. I

The Louisville A Nashville survey; 1li"ifilluie Easley, the charm! | F R. POU, On )I r.d1Y and Tue-day only we will i-fll: f... t
I
t for a branch road from Opp to Flo- daughter of Mrs. M. U. Ea-fey of : .

1 rata reached here last Saturday. It Andalusia, Ala., i* the guest of her > .- FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER.

entered the town on the east side, sister, Mrs. B. B. Burnett, at 310 Eat, $2.50
near the Blackman shop and passed Gadsden street. I 17 West Inteidrticia Slrrtt. Office Phone, 31. Residence Phone, 673.

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j through to the west side, thence !' OXFORDS
r alc>n< the proposed route of the Yellow Mr. C. C. Packard, who i* in the ,
:
>, city, is at collecting data for :
River road to the Jackson Lum- present THE BIG STOREI

'; br company's mill site. an issue of hi- paper which will be LADIES' OR MEN'S,

T114- They made a survey out south of exclusively devoted to Peuacola I

; the lake to the Cockrof mill site list and West Florida. i-OFFERS.r.a-- : FOR

; Tuesday, and it is believed that a !> Dan Murphy returned this morning I

,t Ar rc spur of the road will be built to that from Virginia where he had :
SPECIAL BARGAINS $1.85.The
,' point. gone to attend a session of the Aociatlou .

; 'j. f It M flow au assured fact that Flo- of National Theatrical Stage

,, ( rah will hues another railroad in Employes. He had been ab-ent ten I IN EVERY DEPARTMENT THIS WEEK.
line eILbracBad hidl'ateLt I. .U. t. )'. .in ,.
: the nir future, and she willoou betf day*.
I ,
tf: 1I numbered anion; the best towns in Mr* Dora Douald-ou and daughter ; I Light and Heavy Soles! Cuban, Military, ouA : -
Alabama. SHOES. HARDWARE. I
,4j Hundreds of people are gathering Lola, of Fetisacola, who have r i i most complete line to ,elect from.MEYER .

1 here frog: every -ecuoii of U.e country just returned from a visit to Oklahoma AVe will Continue the ClearanceSale !| A Fine 12.50: Refrigerator for. -K70; ,
t" that flopped over a dayor two of Ladies' Oxfords Another A Fine 2 String Broom for27c; -- -- -- -
-o rapidly; it is impossiblef.'f
Week, a* we do not intend to I
with Mr,*. Donaldson's: : brother, Mr. carryover A Good 3-String! Broom for2Uc ,
moot to procure houses to stop: in a single pur. and nave added a
M. F. Brook?.Brewton jjtaudardMr An All-Kip Wan titr.hed i
till! :11'-I "y can build. Complete Line of IJ die' Strap SHOE CO.
liul..{!'.. Mippers at the following Greatly I Wagon; Collar from...$1.9):; to J2 75 .

tI f .......................... Reduced Prices: A Ood, Webb Halter 2uc
*. William Heiter returned from i
U All Slippers\ for..... .. ...*l.'iu I A Good Light-Weisht Buggy
Lj I P : SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES : Peu-acoa yesterday, where she was All *151) Oxfords & :Slippers: for ?1.27: Collar from ... .. .....7oc; to f123Buggy : Feet Ilirlti,lit'r* fur ( ash lull .

i ............................ called to the bedside of her brother, All *1.75: Oxfordi5lipl''rs: for $1.3sAlt : Whips from. .. .loc to S5: ;50
.. .. .. ..
S2 ( Oxfords for ;l.69
Thomas Wal-h, who has been suffering : A) 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET-
Bet Values to be had in the
.. .. ... city.
: .U.
: Catholic All $2 :!) Slippers for ;:J
with fever
; typhoid for the
fi past All t2: 50 Oxfords & Slippers: : for FIJ'J A Good Bug:lY or Wagon -
St. \Iichat-l'-Ordtr of divine two mouths, but is now on the roadto All 5-J.OO: Oxfords for. ... .... ...?:240 ness for. ..... .... .... .....liar17 ;-jll '
r -ervice for the rummer: First ma-4 reco\ery.-Mobile Item. Collar Pads, good values.. 25! to sloe \ ( (
These don't
to Queen 'liWmr
prices apply
iiiwi. r""
-! 4. Hw: a. tits ; last mass and sermon, I 'r
'. Quality Oxfords, of which we have a Bargains in Crockery, Glass and
,t t -.. 8j a. in. Evening devotions, 6 Treat Your Kidneys For Rheumatism. l' ull Stock. Granite Ware.

j 3 fr 1' p.m. :. When you are suffering from rheumatism GREAT BARGAINS S

I the kidneys must be attendedto GOODS.Sun
Fullerton
\ ) ; DRY ...
at once so that they will eliminate.
Ft* highata-4,9:11): a. in.; benediction, : --- -Fiiz.MOND7!- .
I |the uric acid from the blood. Foley'sKidney .

-}, II II t I, 7:3)p.m. Cure is the most effective :;' Shirt Waists for Boys. Linen and White Skirts. :'

llIl11Ctlllal.: remedy for this purpose. R. T. Hop Y.
....
Colors....... ..'...4je Linen Skirts. .. t ...
13 Christ Church-Services by the 'kins. of Polar, Wis., says: "After unsuccessfully Half Price
White... ..... .50c Whitefckirts./ .. \ 111
rector, Rev. P. H. Whaley, at i:3IJ' doctoring three years for Figured Challies.; $1.00..Shirt Wai t3.j.je( ..

4 andlla.in.and5p.inl i< rheumatism with the Lest doctors, I Figured Lawns.. .. \ "'2C yard 2OnO yards Embroidered Beedings '

t ,t. Kitherme's Church, corner tried Foley's Kidney Cure and it X-Bar Xainook. yard to arrive Monday at5; and lOcyard. L. FRIEDMAN" & OO.'S

;L Cervantes: and :Sixth avenue, Rev. cured me. I cannot speak too highlyof X-Bar Lawns: : luc yard I See Center County.Ioljn0oit :

I J. R. BicKnell, Priest in Char- this great medidne." Sold by W.

Cervices at 7 and 11 a. tit. and 7:30 A. D'AIemberte. 121 South Palafux 1iRACl.1.T J : s rOR1 E.; __I

p.m. street. .
1l1iUioUl & Son. v -S. It
( I"t. Miry'* Mission < colored), Rev.
One Case Fitchville *
4.4
Ii .. J. R. l icktell, PM-s't m Charge COLD hTORAGE WATERMEL Bleached Domestic -

i Hui.ilay school! at a r. m.; service at OXS, ALL }'RICEAT (;.fl. ..., to go Monday 7 Iq

I Iii. m. at the chapel, corner of Jack- FIELD'S.:; r.ololand' V.enter nrJ1lar. I THE FASHIONS. only at. IC Yard is

!I sou and B street*. -- -- -- -- The story of th>. Glasgow'; LurJr.! -- .
1t'I' -- Goo flliiw. who li.is lust( born sent to Holland iln-M" mure or Us. tinted 25 Pieces
Black Figured Brillianteens//
t .Mrtlmilisl r.:|>ixf<>|>al Clinic south THE PICNIC prison for sijears.. t is very n",:arkaMi1 lire much UMH! for beach and! iiiouu worth C5

i' O.I;den :street Church. Rev. \\'. iooilfellow; illil his plunriorini tails 'I.o-IUUlI's. 35 50 75c and SI.OO. your 25c .

Its 'l Vreelruul I'Jtor--ervice.: ; at 11 rjult' in the gnt ,,).'st manner. II!,, The Cllrxill ffftttS fin Still:! MTV' |>OU choice of this lot at. yard

I t :"i .. drf-MHl and sjn eke like a ;:f'nll"IllIUlar..1 ular, antI there are h'nuis. yachting. --
and
} : in. S p. m. Sutulty shoal I PRIZE WINNERSThe
f i at IiIJ: a. m H.D'Alemberte.. owned a beautiful yacht In which pillll'uu, golf and coaching Gzbsonwaists. : 10 Pieces Wash Silk, worth271C! :2.
!., wouM drop ;jn'aicfully down to some .
uperintendent ; Epworth; League at ---- 35c per yard, Monday 2IN
I coast watering place anti plunder It on Plain white: nun'stilin? cr pongee _. -
tiJn p. in., Miss Mary Lucia Richard the After the he Milled '2I
iiuif burglaries makes -
eharmiug.unltltrg tiler
) t" initial picnic.of tl! c Ivy Club, a gown I I OUR MILLINiikV: DEPt\RT.\L'\T **
-, president.t away, no vile for a laonaut tusifctingthe white t.iffi-ta the jrmtil skirt laid at i

given at Magnolia Hlu2 la-t night, : ari to'rutll''Itor.' lie also Lad a Interval In tintrtical links down to aWe
I're.hitrriaa.t areClo-inut our Kutirf :tiiik nf Ki'i Iw. r. \-
r.. 'G Fiat Presbyterian Church, Rev. was very greatly enjoyed by the carriage and pair of da..hiu! pray the Lii -e.S ? .

(' crowd bones; that as"Nte"l him equally as a .me of the new french skirts are : .< 5,10 and 25c per-Bunch. .i.
large
.* 'i LittnILAA'alkerPastorserviceatI i : which attended. Sports % ,
I blind and as a means of escape. Af.norlte arranged in frrailuatinl box plaits all -, -- ...
l I a. m. aid h p. m. Sand IY school i ias cf various kinds were held through trick was to accompany his around the pUita bl'illf'Q' narrow faYOUUi

u-ml.I the day and dancing: wa indulgedin ; IirctlestinolIctims' to church, slip out I and Bat at the top \\iili-niug out as : ANXIOUS TO 1'LKA-: ..

: bi-fore them and go through the house, they lt"-mul awl when rl.'.ifc-i' '
,
; I mxersalisi.rMiudiy at night. Everyone seemed to while the owner and his family were I the f ioual.le ullm'-> tar the tei-t. L. FRIEDMAN & CO. 5

..i' school at 9.:;') a. m.; Y. P. have enjoyed th..m".Iand the nt worhlp.-ChIclgll: :\.ti"I'al.l. among the light silk andliberty ;

C. I". at 7; in., subject, 4>()
p. iirIVmptitioiis
la-t train, leavics at Midnight; was satin gowns is the tact that the '
i and How to Meet''1Thl1 Pre,er'Inn Liquid Air. '_ J
the SOMMI and nine :gored sUirts arcf'r\ I
one carrying the largest crowd. 1mV
," If.fHf'llCt'tatt.. 1:1-11 He2:4lv With the best Insulatcil: carriers now
mach used but to often di.uiMd: l by \flP) U) 1))
Prize winners In It is found that of 1uV u JI v1)r \.I .
follow
I were as use gallon li'iulilnlr
lHl'w :
Prayer l'le\tlUIt' every fagot;: stitching;:, vertical tucking) or in ,
Thur-du-. evening. All are cordially ,lIn'U1CfZ won the boy foot' will not wholly evaporate In less scrtiou hands of lace that the teams
than a month.: In the cOIUIllI'rdall'ro-
invittil to attend these service*. \ arc almost iIliilol; '. I Crab nets and n -
: race, and :Stella I1 nra that for the
duction of liquid air l>y the fl' I'IIl'ra-
t Oneof the tlailltipo-t of the summer
r I.Ill lid-All. girh.Mi. live system to Mr. C. A. llobrick recently tackle i to mil everyliwly. "
blouses; is f"I'Ull'tll.i almost tratlcpareltpick :
(i
f'' list service at 7:30: p. in. J. F. \\'. rid) (If Washlnpton. a pound of lI'lUIII tniiuiicil \\ Ith rii-niish lace inPition j '
girl dancer under 1G years of age, air results! from the consumption of A
Heinh.HJtl'atfif.: The mtk is linNhiil; \\Ith a transparent I j Cleaningladies skirts and NIUI1Ifl
I : and Mr. Uond the bet boy dancer. each .ound of coal. The cost is prohibitive
1 1 collar of a wider 1-ainl of tl.t lace i| is one of car specialties Star ,
I'lilisii.in Su-ni'<'. for ordinary use in the production '
Wallace Reed's baby was thoughtto thic.ul.ilith I il.ukilct bfl* rib
St i ? .. Service* at Ji'2: : W".t, Gregory street of POWl'f. but where expense is not boll.- eYolk Post. dry. AA
I it I II! a. .111.lIl1ltt'rt'.ll'd are invitedt. be the prettiest on the ground. considered, Mr. liobrhk says, liquid! air Thos. C. Watson 6t ;

.) attend. The lady havins: the most children Is an Ideal source of pow er. With seventeen Ilirdi Made" n ! I -- gallons of It he can drive his In the mountains of Tennessee
a
shoulders
all otf the
the TAURAN7:
on the ground wa;: Mrs. Wilkin-on. I worry
I !oah alum A i in y
automobile between fifty and sixty stranger came upon a man who was i owners of property, inana/e
i l, Every: one i i.;: cordially invited to :She was given a pretty rocking i miles. Although It will never be used tlwH'liu'ul; UIHm| a ootlen t-le\e. I renting of their house and the

i'I),. attend the tueetiuat the Btrracksnu chair. for stationary engines he thinks It 1"10011 inquiry lv on earth lie Jot such lection of their rent a- cOIl* III

I DeKeache-treet. Huliuess meeting may be ustful for submarine and aerial a curious thing/ e old man replied: tiously as they would ..*- ..
to Sand i.v at II :a. m ; Junior cli-s The marriwl men won the tu; of Their III
charges are rea
na\'ipntlon.AVIndnor. I ":-:tratrger, I don't think yuulllill'l.'yeIIJ. very ;'
meetIn : war, a keg of Leer being the prize. .' if I tell 'ou." Y MENUS
) :
;: every night at S o'rlivi'k! in time Cavtle I
Prlnon.
1t. Barrack;;; open air< :&t7 p. in. Capt. The most popular married man in "oh.S, certainly," said the man; ,.
How folk knowthat there Is 11III
31t C.tlli'i Holder. Lieut. Edna Yates, many "I wIll belle: :' you." ... ..1.. '
,. 'i, i.. l IU H' in cliarge. the club wa J. H. Maxon ; the lady, yet at Windsor cattle the room kept "Waal." said the mountaineer "it Hotel .. )Iid.- A
:\lr.*. C. H. Iljhnell. intact which used to do duty for Incarcerating :; A
this ,
-- ---- war WilYt.out tine ago Ilive'
years .. ,
-t of il \\
one whom the sovereign t A
.1 .11.T 1I11\1i.. The most any dote n on the side of the mountain j
i tits popular youn? lady was wl \\har wo.alpeekers and other kiwi o' i i
U I You Call Think lii-nllip t'umlI."PN; Miss Ida Nicholon ; the youcggentleman way In the dajs gone by? It is hardly birds is powerful: thick. That 'ar thing M
likely that King Eolwlr1.1.. willneed Is Now Open to the A
Yi ur \\.uk Neils
i Oertiuj. pointing to the ll'H'nr my door :j
: Th* mind de* not work properly The hand-ome-t: married (,. to use It for the purpose that it so to my cabin. It 'ud mock any bird that i i I 'I I'rixat III
.dj":13: often served In those times, but thereIt under the p
II A fiI uules tie ruht! kind of food i is furniihEd. fits I'd jest sit thar some summer !i, inana fineutf
1 t .\ man telegraphy Mrs. Kykp; the handsomest married Is neertliele This prison Is above
9 fi young; ntujyui eu'utii and jest mute it, and eitrybinl Parlor :
aiJ that Ins : the gateway under which the visitor ;; ..
; progress was man, C. H. Uushnell. came that war imitated.. MRS.j S.
very HOW. It seemed; impossible for : pas 'ltosvsumeser. I !left
one day
The my
; ': him to pick up the art and understand prettiest single; lady on the stair that climbs up to the celebrated h2t'f' A
( 1. '"a it.He.utt. grounds was Mite Stella Anderson keep It la an Interesting survival cabin to po huntin' and went prcam- of Peusacola, Fk-ri! 1.I .\,
; LUn'unJ the
g >redcontiiiutlly with toms whir visitors overlook.McDuffie's mountain \\anl some Dinner Daii a
t ach trouble and could not dige-t his the handsomest youn man. Jet many wind come along anti made that '61 RATES REASO a

i food properly, and he finally: got soti McSwean.Mr.; door imitate a woodpecker First one I "

k tl li i coald do but little work and was : Little Blue come and then a whole pile o' the i By the Day, Week or Mont. ,. .
9 t i 'I / tempted to give up his studies ::alto Henry Hyer wa unanimouslyvoiced Liver Pills makes: blue people critter They Lt in on the door, ands I lint. I'll I''' A
Table Furnished with the He ... A
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gether. as the bright, cleanses the of all hen
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ugliest man on the system come It war jest like you see Market Atlords. '
About that time some onA told A
'' him about the brain food l irapest grounds.The deletenons and unhealthy matter It. ..
i. and makes a new person of you. The man thanked him and moved on. Public .
: Nuts and he went in for it. In a most Patronage "',m.' A
: } gi i. short time very remarkable change popular merchant was Jo CENTS. "I declar." said the mountaineer, "1 > ..

ti y 4 SR took place.: His stomach recovered Wm. Warfield ; the most popular afox Sold street.GO by John. ISh'ppnrdI)5) S. Pal- don't b'leeve he thought I war tellln' j Free Hample Rooms. .A..

x; i1 i1r IB free from headaches.His the truth." And '
and he became railroad man, Bunyan Long. he resumed shoveling Sunday Rates Made to : Apostle .-
hand wa no longer nervous and coal.New York Herald.
P trembling wheu he used the key, Andrew Bolline and Mr*. Maxon TO THE GARFIELD ICE Men. Restaurar* :)

r, r and the whole mystery of telegraphy were adjudged the ben :'FACTORY FOR YOUR FROZEN
gentleman
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$ : ,
+; I untangled itself, for, a; he says, "I WATERMELONS: SWEET JAMAICA ORANGES.I '
; r had the mental power to master: it, and lady dancers. OVERNOR'n ISLAND, : 1\'

1, 1 t and the understanding came easy Mrs. Lawrence wa voted the most SUNDAY'S BAY EXCURSION have: purchased through Mr. G. G H., Jal li92.-Beaed! vl.1 V !. !
t ,l when the mind was in )poise and Giardina the entire lot of fine Ja- i aU, in triplicate, for
strong." popular widow present maica from '. age and straw required in
the
t oranges schooner
I? He is now holding a responsible Steamer Enterprise will leave Pal- I I the East, during year ending '' repair your wi: '

z t position as an operator. Railroad President"Diee. afox wharf Sunday: afternoon at 2:30 recentlyarri\'ed, which will be sold 30,1903, will be received here fryt-clare t., .

P 1; This is bat one of the many illustrations Guthrie. 0. T., July 23.-Contractors i for the life saving station. The usual from 20 cents to 40 cents a dozen. places indicated in In ':

k '4 ; of the advantage/ of using ; attractions of chowder H. ALFMAN'S FRUIT STORE, !stud hereunder, until I L': m.,
here on the Fort Smith and Western surf-bathing,
h 'F food purposely manufactured for rebuilding 315 South Palafoi 7, 1902. U. S. reserves the j
r ,. ) t t the broken dawn gray matter -, railroad have been notified of the i etc., will be offered. 2t Street next to the reject or accept any or all I

h p I in the brain and nerve centers i death in Ishpemicg, Mica., of George Postal Telegraph office. 21jylw or any part thereof. Money ; I

throughout the body. The facts are 1 D. Hayden, president 6f the Fort Lo .-r.LO9rA furnished on application. : !J l

there aDd can be proven to anyone 1 Smith and Western .- Lay the dust. J'"ou can buy containing proposals will be Marston lS. ,
; sow tltPfl con- !: faculty medal of clan l\ iM' >:!.
't making the trial. pleted between Fort Smith, Art, and monogram "K. S. M." Return to garden hose at the Willis dorsed! "Proposals for Furniture
x 9 Don't overlook: the recipe book in clerk at Merchant hotel and receive reward Strawat-." JOH '
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1 ,. 1. each package cl Grape-Nuts. i,, Guthrie. -- ---- _- ;i U Hardware Co. A. Q. M. 0 l'JJtt' & J jh \ .

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