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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 28, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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I VOL 37. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA MONDAY AFTERNOON JULY 28.1902 NO 50 !

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jfOREAT DANE DOG I WANT JACKSON I PARLIAMENT'S I I SITUATION OF





WOMAN IS MANGLED IMPEACHEDMINERS CLOSING DAYS ,, STRIKE OMINOUSDaniel




n.__ I BELIEVE THEY HAVE WITNESS HEATED DISCUSSION


Shucking Fate of Wife of a Promi= ,,! CROUNDS FOR PROCEEDINGS. OVER THE IRISH QUESTION.Special I II I Landerman Foreman of the f

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nent Parisian. Special to The Daily News. to The Daily News. I Kohinoor Colliery, Shot To-Day.( :

India al->olis, Ind., July 26,-Th London, July 2C.-The closing days ,,t

United Mink Workers may try to'ob, of the session of parliament are wi I Inf's.ing.heated I
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I Uin the Impeachment of Federal] discussions of the aura.recurring &..' ,

i ,> Nc vs. r Judge Jackson of West Virginia, whc Irish questions. This week I Special to _"he Daily News. .
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was especially notable for the! fierceness '
restrained them from holding meet I PREVENTED
". ;i ,-:Madame Ed- WESTERN tugs to induce men to quit work and of the accusations anti Wilkesbarre, Pa., July 2S.-President i. :
11. before her mar. inatioils; bandied: arrors the narrow i
imprisoned a number of organizers for Mitchell began today the distribution
:Miss Louise forum of th holl'e of
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.. was commons;
violating an Injunction if. after a final!] I
., -Klyii, has been set resentrnt>nt.of the Irish monibeis was of fjO.UOO: defense fund A BURGLARY
TEXAS DELUGEDSpecial hearing, ht refuses to dissolve the in
.. ,, dispatch to The stirred to an unu.Mial degree by tilt I .
junction. among the strikers. This amount is
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maddened Great discovery of documents
; 'r all'ged1Tt't
:.
Wilson admitted to.:1ayI
: Secretary : I --
Lad, been" secured to I of the land trust organized by they all that is in hand for immediate use,
this
that the miners contemplate
country Louie at to The Daily News. course, and that a complete transcript landlords for the atoned purpose of although 1,000,000) is due the strikers At 1l'I thu morning ortaiu happening
terribly Injured resisting threatening combination nf l'
Dallas! Tex':, July 20.-The delugeof of the case including the complaints on P.ilafox street u>tlJ .
1 ..urs after the at. tenants and suppressing the boycotting next Wednesday.Bcrantou .
and Jackson's decision will bi
Judge
rain which has been pouring ov -r
rviudrrn,
Ortiw HMtM
and Intimidation instigated oy i by Captain :
central Texas since Thursday and prepared for submission to President
; I'umnent business! that which had been covering thewestern Roosevelt and the senate. The miner the United Irish League or otherwise. Pa., July > -The dissatisfaction and Watchman: Nt'"h') 11 to: Ihs.
h at Annecy The Irish leaders point out that
!its. Mme
portion of the state &lnc also intend to give to the public the mine workers belief that a pO-4"lble burglary; of .t
% dud,I following a re-I Lord Clonbrcsjk and Lord Barrymora,, among
M i the evidence In the for the
> Sunday has not abated. In additionto case purpose .
..' ,'I" ". -,radars: to tter the I the three lives lost at Stephens as Wilson says, of showing uponwhat at Barrymore (better known as Arthur regarding; the manner in which certain bu-int-ss house would .*cur.

.,,' i two powerful : Hugh Smith-Barry). chairman of the The stoners kept their ..
I y op.sand
vt ville, and reported last night, there flimsy grounds the Injunction the defense fund H distributed has
m .u C,:.irdsr has been much property damage.Wltn. I wag issued. National Union of Conservative ass>> about midnight! began: t. bar, 1
a wt! .o fjjoclous: that The miners believe have suffl elation who are among the primemovt'rj grown to such an extent that a breakin
In four hours at Cameron yesterday they their u'picioii vtriflmi.Vbll. *
.._ *., -1 t !to *n Iron enclos.i dent" of the trust, signed the sam
15 Inches of rain fell. A thousandfeet ground to Impeach Judge Jack
ranks is
i the
expected soon, thoughthe z
., :av'tme for the safety is I week, A3 privy councillors a proclamation one was seen, the feet that .....e.
I of the Santa F> track was carried gon. It said that he intimated that '
V "..m"It: was ad- from Dublin castle, enforcing the leaders are desperately exerting th ....
I 1.1\\111. and a portion of the Arkansas he would drop the charges as ti"Mother" tningoutof ordinary wa+ i
when coercion over half of Ireland. All .
': tin, so that
pass road destroyed. Little river Jones and others if they every effort to prevent such revolt. to happen kept them on the aim.
them they would I of the trustees of the trust. the dukeof I .
rose 2n'i feet In 8 hours, aed la now would leave the state and promise not
S' Abercorn, Lord WaterfonJ. Lord At the hour first hauled tb dtH.
: Ii4:*factors. ) tank.lull, but slowly receding. The to return. I The strikers have threatened to re-
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t' fur two daJi. Wilson Ashdo\\n. Lord Clonbroolc, Lord Bar' surrounded the Twentieth C...
that If the atjrlietaurait
of Cameron says impeach
streets are badly dama ,
tarn to work noise;! the money for
and I
t accompany ryrao.-e two others are privy counclllora. I
: (f<]. and the farms in the bottom ment procedmgs are begun there will and I two <.f this approached ,
:' Knelt tl1:0 The trust has a long list I distribution is divided rataamour
lauds are being" flooded be no politics in them. The miners !i pro
dudes; Baiti! of subscribers and ample funds for i from the rear Tb..k. r
At Gatfsvllle 10 Inches of rail fell will not ask President: Roosevelt to
.' !b!:> she was Two Texas, and Pacific passenger I interferevith" the injunction, as he fighting the tenants and thOd league :I them. To add to the unpleasantness door wa seen to b. wp.t) and U IIItIr)

t Hld I.lhlwlci trains were tied up at Wtdtherford ale says they realize that the president is which Is behind them. .Ii : of the situation the operators Hilton cautiously appru4ch
it food. lli>- "Wp shall not he surprised: said I
'' day j t'*rday. without power as to Injunctions but If John Hidmond.! chairman of the United are pressing the miner* for When within a fow f.*< rf ttwr J )
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HipringJ: is probably! the great I the habeas corpus! proceedings fail trelease < I f'
"1,1 i the Irish League to a representative house rent door the i-ilim thought t>* tAW 4 r'
I est sufferer from the flood from a I the organizers the president I
eat an'Qna,! |ii nity standpoint. a3 the water i ic I will he asked to pardon them. The of The Associated Press "if O'lirlea, i nun euuding u.Ar. and *h.. t*. -. 1
Lein takeu to i
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I Steps are
reopenmany
\\ Dillon Da\itt myself" and other lea'i 'I ;;
i or the town from 4 to :22!:! feet deep 'I' habeas corpus proceedings will be be *upp( "ed burglar dl4 out h.*l I
I ers age! arrested at Mr. Wyndham's in.
The second oveifiow! cam at 2 a. inFnoa gun; as soon ai the papers can be made\ of the colleries.
'p'alp"-' I sU !!ton within a fortnight. It fact, challenge two "hut" w.-rt IJf" at <
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>, and with!.! a few !, air; bus out
: 'u-s> houses and residences wore bra,l '. we !are n.:hf nipt'ti to :Lc: arrestedon him. i It prt>v,*l to b.I only.a .bJ*.. i J
i t ,:If' \ r' charges of unlawful angemblag I Pottsville, P.., July 5K Daniel
I ,. !! ded. The track for 10 miles however and no one was hurt. i
.d and intimidation. They already have I
a: I
II' 3: of Big Springs has been washed DRAKE MANSION Landerman, foreman of the Kohi-
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Investigation further resulted.
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a. 'hrtJer: brought injunctions and damage suits 1 ;

'.to 'U'IIJ' and "ut. and the bridges are gone. Fifty against the league and against m 1 noor colliery of Shenandoah, was the Had ing of a ladder by whisk a
casstngers' are watcr.bou1< here, amino I
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< DESTROYED BY FIRE individually
r '. *. i-eotiy mad-
.. 1 ., ,. .'P attempt will be made to run trains shot today by a crowd of strikers. quick exit could be imJp In .u..f .

until the rain ceases and the Ovate uiscoveryaudthere i U d.) doubt but .
,
.r !! reresms f II His face and shoulders were badly
recedes. The foundation of brick] FIVE ARE KILLEDIN f
"
: I that
Madams a haJ
< x d "' burglary! bran attriupted t
.. and btone tulLllngs have been dam, Special to The Daily News. torn by the buckshot.DESTRUCTIVE.
: i :save hr, -' I *
aired and many are expected to col 1 New \7irk. July; 21-The large o and was: -t+.i'pel! Iy U.e'ttlcrf*
J a pitch! WRECK !
fh'> Or.e t lapse. The damage will be euormous:I, lonial man.-ion of John J. Drake, one watchfulne--". I ,

i'-'r victim.th but an estimate cannot be made ac of the piom-pr ,how men of the United 11 FIRE

brutes curate I ly. for the town has been under! States at Rye, \. Y.. Las been destroyed :

f them thtre water for three days and will probably by fire" together with its entire Special to The Daily News: AT JACKSONVILLE : RELIGIOUS RIOTS'CONTINUE H I

.,.1! neighborsi.pt be inundated for three days mor:?. contents whirh consisted of curl Tucson, Ariz., July 26-Five persons i

from th r At Waco the IJrazos was still ris us from all! parts of the world and were killed and a number injured in a I ___ I j. '' '

.ditlon. Ins! at midnight! and.! was within 1 foot many gifts from European potentates wreck near Liana, 70 miles south of IN PARIS : ii'

M. empld anshp
"C'ruruht't I there by rr>ans of a ladder.! Eva northbound International" train Fla., July ;>>.-A disastrous .

r exrbandn a If the rain continues much longer Hc-aly of Syracuse niece of :'rlr.Drake's was derailed by a washout and the engine .Special to The Pally NV w s. ,
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fire last night destroyed the j
the cotton will suffer. ,
crop ,
housekeeper who was rescued baggage car two passenger
!Ntliaml. who !h Paris, Jul1'11&: attetnptof the '
,'11.11..1)', v from the burning building, die q coaches and a Pullman sleeper went pier and warehouse of the Clyde lite

Ball Hearing, keen cutting shortly afterward from suffocation. over an embankment. The baggagecar / I' here. Loss; of the warehouse and goverrment to Urrrl'* the r.Ullctu4 ,

The lose estimated at $7 ,OOO. and coach were smashed to kindling i schools ha* turned even the ari-toe-
\ Furniture, K Lawn Mowers at the contents i= estimated at fJO.J. : s), II
1\\ wood, but the first-class coaches .
au1 t
I I i ---- '" racyof this city into a mob and tbs I
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t., PKYOU'S. Willis Hardware Go's- and the Pullman escaped, with slight, j :
THIRTY BALLS streets are a seeneuf wild di l..tJrdtr. 1
injury. J. CEO. WHITE ASPOLICE f
I The killed and gerlously injuredwere : with women parading back and fertb I .

FOUND IN HOUSE all in the second-class coach. shouting "Vive la: livme." la >!*. j I', I.t : ;

(Green Watson & Co. A brake.man! and an engineer, who' JUDCE I. .. i
moustration
were deadheading, and three Mexicans i over the imn>4. I f'J t"

were killed outright. Lieutenant Uoveruor
Three Timothy i
Special to The t
Daily News: I I t
t I' passengers" were seriously Injured. I J. George White, Hr., filled the Woodriiit of New York bad ,
M \ I.I.IHco's 01.1) >TAM>. \ Knoxville T nn., July 26.-A May Many others received slight! injuries I a serious .1

nardvill, Tenn., special to The Sentinel i i and bruises. The engineer and fireman i; mayor's chair: at the police court this experience with the tnot,". lie wee 'I I.

says John McBee, who resides in escaped Injury. The engine was ,J morning in the absence of the mayor driving with the Marquis de C-inlel- ,

the mountain section of Union county, buried up to the top of the wheels in whose little daughter died last lane and John OatTrey in the Piece .1' i

< HALF-PRICE SALEt Tennessee, was fired on from an am sand. !
bush and shot twice. I night, and oi Mayor Protein Wright, Dela Concorde. The three gent I.. ;,
t I I 'I
After" the fustlade 80 rifle balls were who is out of the city. Mr. White men wore silk hats and the aroused t. I
-01- found in his home, and the would-bo SEABOARD AIRLINE t ;
assumed the judicial seat by reasonof the mob's ire. Their carriage: : ; wa .. i ;
assassins hid In & mountain thicket :
just above the house. This Is a ie- BUYS ROAD i his having been recently chosen attacked by the mob, but rescued by : f' : !

Muslin Underwear quel to the Buckner-Wagaer feud, Mc i iI as chairman of the board cf public a detachment of cavalry and trot ; a
I
Bee being a son-in-law of the Wag- safety. I I h
hurriedly escorted to a
ners. No arrests have been made. I IBllltlmoN quieter'i j i
Special to The Daily News
: Eighteen cases were disposed of thoroughfare. t j \
!, July 26.-It U I ,
announced
SATURDAY MONDAY AND TUESDAY.-
!: and fines aggregated 41.5u.. Four 4
here
that the Seaboard Air Line has l i

FVKRY: PIECE OF MUSLIN MOTHER STRANGLES bought the Southern and Western rail. cases were allowed to go over until LARCE NEW YORK !=

l NDKRWEAR WILL BE road. The latter II i a new comp' 1 tomorrow and three defendants were : II

I'LACKI ON HALE. : : : CHILDREN TO DEATH ny. under. which two or more roads!I discharged, two with a severe lee
will be consolidated. It owns the; FIRM FAILED TO-DAY i

'OSITIVELY NONE RESERVED. s Ohio River and Charleston railway,, ture.Mr. J 11'11' I IL

which it is proposed to extend from White administered justice !

ALL MARKED IN PLAIXFrnrHES Special to The Selll' the Virginia coal fields and connectwith with a free and steady hand but ..M.! toTheNeirt. ; I

AND WILL BE N, the Seaboard acknowledged -
Brooklyn, Y., July L'S.-Mrs. Air IJni. The
scheme for that his position New York July :w.-It U announced -
this
wa !
Mary Meade, who development Ova a 1" !
strangled two of
Sold at Just Half Price. <$ I started by the Union Trust company one of the most embarrassing that i today that Cummicg dc ;
her children to death and nearly( of this i ,t !
NONE: OF THESE WILL BE city. he ever held. Htockbridge.il Broadway one of th. I }
killed a third Saturday while crazed The promoters of the scheme I' J
-OLD AT THESE PRICES announce largest importing firm* in the city ti'I"
with drink, died in the hospital to that the route planned will 1 TEX CEXTS WILL BUY trial size of : : i
AFTER TUESDAY. : : : : have failed.
be the shortcut Amount of failure
line from the Cream yet
Ely's Balm :
Virginia ; enough; to con j
day. The doctors: at the hospital 1 i
coal eMs to the Atlantic coast. vince you that it is the greatest ef unknown. : ,II''I)

'It AVE LEFT. believe the woman had already It ig thought that the mileage will remedies for nasal catarrh or cold in : I. '. t' ., I
SEVENTY-FIVE SMYRNA RUGS '
taken poison when she attempted to be increased to about 428 milts by Haxtecsion the head. Full size 50 cents. All GO TO THE GARFIELD ICKFACTORY !
We
druggists. mail it. 1
'II .. ,; juick at the Prices we have marked them. kill her children. in a northerly direction. ELY BROS., 56 Warren Street FOR YOUR FROZEN t d

\ WATEH IELOXt'!. i
n Lat\'ns, Ginghams, Organdies, Dimitiesand Cut this out and take it to any One Bottle of Burnett's Vanilla Extract is 153 Second Street, Albany New York., N. Y. J I :'I

drug store or medicine< dealer and geta better than three of the doubtful 1 Messrs. ELY BROS.:-I suffered Just received a New Lot of Boys '1! ; .

Piques. I box of Chamberlain's Stomach acd kind. Though coating a few cents greatly with catarrh and tried differ White Straw Hats w8rthC, 75c f

Liver Tablets. The best more per bottle, its: purity and great ent remedies! without effect. Afteru5iug and $1.00, to be closed out at 25, 85 'f' ;
)' Pairs Muslin Curtains Must be Sold. physic. They, I one bottle of your Cream Balm f f'
strength make it the
most economial I I found relief and I and 45 cents. Wm. Johnson & Son.
also correct disorders of the stomach.: cannot praise 1 '1 ,
Price 23 cents brand._ too highly such a remedy. ; .

KEEP COOL WITH A REFRIGERATED Miss CORA WILLARD. 0a.eTon.x.flL.6tut : ;
GREEN Sept. Zi, I:t 9. 1 the Ifs ld T:1 Kai Ea 3ft .
THE NEWS Want column it
WATSON & CO. Try ; MELON FROM GARFIELD'S. '
SIptu. -r I
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will pay you. Try the NEWS Want Column. _fit r 4

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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA MONDAY JULY 28 1802





-STEAMSHIPS.f -- - .... i II Ml MAN'S REVENGETilL f I BALANCE q I MEN LITERALLY COOKED oui

: ..- -- -. ..---- Horrible Fate of Two Men at Dyer- RUTCH-
( J41tJ4atiLY.. tt t.Y. k Tenn.
OF HEALTH burg,

i 1AN OCEAN TRIP [Copyright.! IK:?, fcy C. B. Lewis.] the Memphis, July 26.-A Scimitar special r The crutch is a poor substitute for legs, and affr.inconvenient ,. ;

"WLen I was ready to go out Into Tenn.. Will a t
t I from DyerBburjr says and tiresome mode of locomotion th 'n h ;

< lo NtW YORK, BOSTON k I wurlJ and bet up as with a druggist the: big, said diamond Young and Dunk McAuliff[ met a terrible ::11 pathetic sight than a person slowly and painfully. i : r 'e '

I A"ooO: ALL k I Ii the sleek little man I death while repairing a steam street supported by these artificial mbs. Qt .
of setting
the mistake -
EASTERN RESORTS pin "I made '' pipe at a mill here today When Rheumatism settles in the bones and mus- ;

i ; up shop In a small town. Its always I The scaffolding on which they were 1 it is safe to predict that the victim will eventually I., 6d .

i rill c. \' : a mistake, because you have at ( working gave way and they fell into : and crutch-bound. The corrosive irritating matter th.,tin -'. 'S

rite \\\\\t\\\C\\: '\\\V I Ia least one old drugstore to buck against and muscles the most intense :' 1
the causes ,
... t know nothing one of the boilers and were literally joints 5 "an t -

Jt( OCEAN 5THAM5HIP COMPANYJ : and of there until are-cliques too late. you This town wai I cooked, the flesh dropping from themin and ankles swell, and when the natural oils and flm,1. t ,II .r : '
; Is often much :e
t: !S tk' Ki-txviE I very large pieces when I these parts are completely destroyed the joints be aii .
WKA they wer pulled
: l' in the west, and it I>1',med to we to bea against the wife. "I.I <:3
Hour of Ocean Breezes the muscles drawn and stiff and crutches a necessityThe
50 : for hustler. There Her is out.
;pood opening a strength undermined -
Sailings each Weelt f acid poisons that produce rheumatic pains form in th. ti' :
i was only one druggist! and he kept dry she loses .' in
I distributed through the and lodged in the sf j
; system, arms ::
3 flesh and her
from Savannah Ga.J goods and boots and shot's as well andhadn't energy Believe They Will Strike Oil. .! 1I
and slowly leak from her. back and feet, or other parts of the body-resulting of ten in t.t{ .
courage away 2t The
the ambition, to hang a sign in Raleigh, July Ohio oil experts
i I '. ...." !pe il t I 1'.I..r, ida- '<""*": Gradually the comradeship of husband I A permanent cure of Rheumatism can be effected only by a i- ,n:,' t. : 1 1i
rn 11-IUllrcut-. iirt. the window. I got a corner store, fitted who art now In the Ashevilld
!!II > ,yw .. .. ,. and wife is broken At first be takes i of the blood and other -
1. I. .1. : I'h f up. i i ing no remedy so surely accomplishes ti: .' 1
.. .. V llrft..I..t. [it up in modern style, and when I : section say that they believe! oil will S
r but
I x .... .. r_ fcv in l a.-oJ'- ,yaJ his solitary pleasures reluctantly, i It neutralizes the acid effects, purifies and invigorates the stag" .'
i. :
... 1 opened place was a novelty to i be found. They have bought the .
raj .. V i V 'II!. up my later he hardly seems to remember the |j and the gritty particles are washed out or dislodged .

F J '" a.rn. ............. aon.r u.. I all and something for a country town old days over which his wife in her i, necessary machinery. It Is, strange j I by the new rich blood, and relief comes to the
$4a ...... r.c orris to 4p! feel of. The old druggist had weakness
proud mourns daily. to the first
i : a a ......., .-....!,.t Ifl. I..."..1.. I:., f to i say. test made for oil in I pain-racked sufferer. S. S. S. leaves no morbid
..... .. .. .. of and 1 had Women who find their health failing
ye..M *4> l I. '" It in for me, course as nowhiskers I this state, though for years belief !lu
blood
I matter in the to reunite and
_..1'.1 h..I. Lrlr.Ne./la. f and womanly ailments fastening on them, irritating produce
on chin he found plenty I
my its In
existence three
four
i+ MX.or "fi It7It; R'1 11C1 ijih should promptly begin the use of Dr. or countiesnot another attack, but expels every atom of it from

f I Ie of people to believe with him that it Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It 'cor ; far from Raleigh has existed. the system. S. S. S. is a purely: vegetable remedy and doe .f .
t would be a risky thing to trust me r
dries the drains which I health like alkali ;
rects irregularity the digestion or general or potash remeni! a
i I. (Gt\r.K\I HIKM H SCHEDULE: I with a prescription.' There were four weaken women, heals inflammation and I Greenville Wants New Depot Write for our special free book on Rheumatism and iJ 1-1 1I

doctors in the place, and of course it ulceration and cures female weakness. It | Greenville, S. C., July 26.-The advice or other information is wanted, physicians will :
j' l 4 .Foil-twin I U the schedule of the j was my business to work them. I got makes weak women strong, sick women Greenville board of i iI I 5'; '..'.
j trade is without THE SWIFT
agitating it charge. SPECIFIC CO.
I ATLANTA 6A.
gorrrnmrutiteamrrUeneralFrench one around all right but the others well. Sick women are invited to consultDr.
which THE NEWS print for the 1 Pierce letter All a new depot. President A. A. Bn- .j
wanted to wait and see how things bv free. correspondence 1 -
b'uttit of the merchants who ship I held as strictly private andsacredly tow will confer with the Southern: rail. Sound safeguards of Rubber hose
went. The one I got hastened to be! kidneys are all sthe ,
t ; their joodto the various army the one who had the least practice, confidential. Address Dr. R. V. I' way authorities !In a few days concerning j life. Make the kidneys healthy with r

.t. : Pierce/Buffalo N. Y. the matter and if Jo'!' Willis Hard
po and he wanted divide they 'Foley's Kidney fur". Sold by W. A. wart (
Lra1rP..n.wrala _.. _. .... .:IIO a. m.n au11 011 prof not favor it the board South Palafos .
weak 121 street.j
"I had been a great suffer from female intends to suo- | D'Alemhorte : :
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.age. H,.,ranoll'j:501 111. its. Not only that but he helped himself ; for about two Mrs Emma 1 i' rynyltal-ant Reuetre C.I, t, II
nr;* yearwrites
( lwaree I'lckrDi .... -. ':'.i a. m. to lay wine and brandy. Itichard,ou. of Go, Wayne Co., Ky. "CouM ,, nit a proposition to the state railroad au dmakceasytyd.; .J
L ,. ....... :15a. m. I
,4 Assaf arra rag I do work of the time I took four commission. I
......,n fratatola u u' .. 1u:15a.( "\s a stranger," continued the sleek bottle not mv of Dr Plate part Favorite Prescription and I j Pocket cutlery ami sets i' You will have pruit. ,
Arni>. Hrirrntna. 11 :1" n at. Mad 111'1 little man, "1 didn't know that !if I felt as well ar I ever did. I have also used Dr. tlowergar.jeu"'f : <- 11
malty m trip to tort McKtr and tbi-n JoMen for ulceration \\sors the finest to the vowtiprouud.
I' tann to |: rrm.riv I. went to board with Mr*. Urown ou Pierce of-the throat M-jltcal vith gouj Discovery re-tilts and half I Only Dry County In State. from' I Ynui : .t!

1..llan.uc.* ....,. 1:15 l.ffi: p.. m'l 11'ilsoa street Mrs. Green onIsh of one tattle cured my throat when 1 could Coluniliia. S. C.. July 2 .-Marlbon cheapest, at the Willis home, and !:c i i I., ''I i II
f Igaree I'll-Hi-in p { "
U.*r. H-n.i.. GI.. ... 4.j p. in. !'>tfl't.t. together! with\ her' friends, would tcarcely.wallow I is now the only prohibition county in Hardware Co. though he nriy : ,.

: .....,... Pu'k.n. :15 p. u1. lie down ioU cue 1 went to Irs.nrowlI' The People's Common Sense Medical t the Pttte. The people there have rivery-woman wanti
( .irrirr. l.nrninr.-vi n.:>' p. m. and makes I Adviser 1008 free on receipt of
trip to Melt. a1 rrlai n and there were twenty families :pages; I never allowed the introduction of a : I I-own, and if Ale will: :. iv ,
for mailing: only. Semi 21 one-
\NVdne.d.iy-imdSiturdiy/ !! the i In the 1011'ho wouldn't enter stamps dispensary. But there is some illicit; :HUWII-.t-HV.; !Thugs- Watson & C c
i cent stamps for the paper-covered book ; ,
f ixmtwi'l. 1 leave 'J I Iirr.inci- Picks my store in coneytrence.| It was social or 31 stamps for the cloth-bouad- I liquor sold in the county as it is on The undersigned take-thi-i method !leading Peal F-.N- ..1i

to' for lvn..ic"l:i at t1 ;:-)4) p. m. t rivnlr.t, you know and th".v rarru-d it ume, to Dr. R. Y. Tierce, Buffalo, :-;. Y.ijtiteisl I lie bonier with not even a creek dividing I,i )f 3llerin< her j-r-rvice* as a 1 can how her !."W .

i In* lieinr.il French i- for army j into II'"- in!'!':",. I was gHtiua good it from Xorth Carolina. flr*t-chB licensed midwife, having 11.e.
...I'. only. and :u.y ')UI-idl'r mu-t., i I had % pxpfrience.Can .
.' rears
ii Sara
ri.I1 : for $-1 IWI'.k., and
f.urp. I
J .' ;'I.. f'ri .m the'quarurmaer IL | 11i't;! ....n wit iie word that she with my share of the doodle.There ;:'ivy be-t of r'fart. e- fr'ut: Buy a new gar .
'# r< O tafci id--.iter.t was a cvitain :sans which jilaye'l j Faf-ier Reilly Dies on Shipboard. :e:1JilJgpln."ic.bl.ft'l.t.l: '

i.I" would no liclter by me for $-'. I UM-I! poker! time! nijrhti; in the week. I sent Now York. July 2ii.-The Rev F.itK :\hs. M (f 'IJIH g from the II >lJui.* 11Company. I'

to lie <"'tiled! a fairillg'r., and I unl up to Chicago; for a i-hnp who knew :I er Vikhael P. Rl'iily, of Savannah (iai ; jltf IM I fioui.'' DeVilIier. I"t .
STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE 10 Jitt std ('hurl.1t'r tlllIIY.! I.tlrt..1 his busies
it and'ol'k..1 lam in on the j i died suddenly last night of apojil.! \\
out haphazard and brought ui
; pans. Th'-y thought they Jlad a fat i i on board the steamer of
in the rn'"bytfrian tliniTMIU! the pigeon !in him! hut he worked them ui 1 his City ih mph. -i OR. MOFFETT'8 Cores Chslcra! [ :';/
on
from :
r- UrH\t'f'1I 1..I..a..I.. and Militin-Una! o.ai-nt I was seen to surer its doors 1 to climax and dropped out of town I city. way Savannah to this ::;ri'r I.f\! J.- I Diarrhoii,7'

I Itii'i. DaiU I vi .t Minil.iCI wj< a market man. Not a Methodist with such a wad that none of the den the BoHdlf
i
h I | ) or Rapt! sports buy five
panic \ a cent
A j 'IV OF l 'I'AMI t1." into my how 1 window! If I had alternated agar for days to come." I Vacation: Days. )'.f Bti.fl"fpt! (TCCTHING FCWDIRSJ) Aids the Digestnn Bow tIs" St I K I

at the different churches it M. QUAD.lp I Vacation time is here and the chilidren -. AS .
j I .1II1I1'.n -mil 1.'I'.n''I'IIII\.I.'t'I11'' the Child and v. ,,
Art>(.. Lola v:< MIII .Vr Milton .''.'\'J.W t I infill ban rflif\ed the strain, but slug i Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, TEETHING ,>
1 'It little.BeaconstreetItl.l i are fairly living; out of doors. wr \m..t'; :
tare "" Hound fI "'. invited to join the choir I stuck ; ..
"c.: trip : I j tt-6..t 'r\ Or mail :i rfBt to C. MOFFETT. M. O.. ST. LOUIS MO
f ancestors I There could be no healthier plate for
your j
the and st-aliil .
;... --: II tH Presbyterians my ATI tote "
-- - ---I i fate several come over on the Mayfl'IwertStruckolCertalbly them. Yon need only to guard against'i, W. hw han !I1.-4 DiM,.fett'( TKHHISA Ti'th igpiw.l r" rin ItIO'-' in
partl.w're given at .
PET HOB3Y! OF K I. and tn.I.1 I n |>iv.n>tarjr n. ill ,,t. at i limit r, i1 lia< -'. il.lr in r,i-, I fro 'nf.it- u
? ISER. I which I showed up, and this inton.-itied!! ; not. They came the accidents incidental to nios-t open n"" I'li.unto'M, ..rthr-t1 -Ir..1: cr"Hr f.ur. wl." "i ii a ti n -rnnj.' t I'D', ". f..Mrri, Jin
tln'g, to th. itbr ,,.f ( ,, '
In automobile.! New i > it. r vitrt >rth.t-ai "nj -'" !flcji ) .aatrrai'-1'
an York Times
the liitt*'rn.s.. They wouldn't let me air sports. Xo remedy equals JXAVitt'sWitch but 6ua il.,, d German, Emperor Probing: Business Af II stand neutral but I Eiu>t stand or fall j: Hazel Salve for quickly stop- TUt LAM VK & SAtS DKt'U CO W-

lairs, of United States. with the cli'iuc. If it was so in re- 'IIi .\ qneMlnn of FInance ping pain or removing danger of serious -

I t't:" lurk July s :i1:*;.-One of the : ioll. it was fr worse in politics l'' "I hear that you have II/stpon"d consequences. For cuts, scalds I BOYS and GIRT f PO'OU'\tlsblomak. Hu'
I ala..r" and wounds. "I used DeWitt's Witch mousy IIUII1I1 spa "
!11.1 hut u to crud privy i had never voted and didn't care a tink your wetltliiiK with :Miss Youn thing. ..>, vuu run rrnnl\! .t! '' .

t-.aI.nc: and ui*! ul envoys 10"a'j er's tuck which! side i won, but from the "Yes. I hail to ilo it or so without a Hazel Halve; for sores. cuts and lUll our'Blueinc." <" per cent, coinniii-sion on All nab >-. An indi-|). '.-all': .
.
bruises says L. B. Johnson Svviit biiuhc'inlu i-i' F.r.I, \ !...I* J Ii- rhxu .,.. t" of the woilil, ebppcully to both sides after Panama lint. -HrooMyn Tagle.T KlBp ,', .
haveargued _
) I way got me jou'd Tex. "It is the best remedy on the natrri>u 'r iis>'d m tli' wash 'V rat tnlBlitfurc your t.'ii I n nMjnironi
tAe 1'tiite.i States to act as so-call-J} that my sinlt.'ote was to deride --' rls.-and w wlinj! hv n-iurii mail on. il.I ...-ii pni bag..t"Eli; 1.
'
for andskin
** market Sine cure piles UhfD ,von bar> -Di.1 tJ. -iii. i.urn u- Her. ; >-taiiiiii. Ito! bnlaiu'i-. lot &- \.u r
i o6nar ml ir-trfti\! Cables the some momentous '11ll'! tiol1. I didn't hllC'J.lnl_:. liisfaM'S. Beware of count r- Ion Utitint '!..Ia) tit.! writ.HI oni1.

ii Berlin rorri-,[p.ntrnt of The World."vjr I want to make any more enemies and [ feits. lIar ds' Pharmaty John Sh.'p' .\.lllr.t. ;> :.N '\I'I.\'JI: KIMi: (0.1'1\(. C IS 11"s III. 1'|?,. ,f. ,

r gut: sll-ir!1 Ooldbot>sr; who re- therefore refused to riiitiT i ami. I i part! and Sydney Kahn. I

i 1 1.,1 ir nn an eight months I Ijotli )Ilrtit.s't'1'1' down on 11-: I

t I ought; to have done trade of j.:.II ROYAL STANDARD
: < islti-d: States, hat con I a per IVHISkE
; :
j j t IIllallII'ulum... of obi dI.Jut\ owing to the cuiubinatl: II i I : ,to IF YOU ARE ; j

.- ai.il rtati tirs I often had less than $3 to count up! :,it t .- c4'k'
c. d regarding LOOKING FOR BARGAINS 8 Years Old I i in Cases cf( 4 Full Quarts at $3.23
, << .It err i'\ unit provjierts; of l'om'l I the el'! ,:"-e of Im ''ness. pert,:

J.f "I told you about' the doctorh.insr, 1tl .- ,
"f 'I "I'r'I. 1'I.)I.< tween Germany and L
', I ing otT. It was well eiiou-li i..r t'.. ..
tAt r '
'i! : tar a. other distinguish 1M rllf14 \VIMSKKYi-di-till
ai,'J t,?__ "t ......r." Iml.riK Count Winckler.tntff to be sure of capabilities! but t'. If \\ For the next ten days I will -"li { 1. Ky.. lJi-tmef\'. and I U fully tn if :

not what kept theia from tin: A. I bef'irbottliii..'. i i.
t4 t i' s Cwmtrc and Cutint Pourtales you any article now in -took 'It it ubaolutt-ly \pirn 'r-
business my WII '. Each: had a I'', ariag c"lt-'I IM quality: by any Vhiky .ii, .
'I s" 1 tT |.jnn< U."Ii'it) thl- United I ; <*able daughter as I ni'-i.'y: I M!.,.' di
: I 8M. t'.t? i. spurt to the kaiser : to know, and each was waitnu1 tip .' ular price. Think of it-yu. wU! '- ;!'jf ;....Ir- old when bottled .i > !

i 1 I :r-p"1 factories mills \\ho-e! ir- '."XL-ei-nt[| quality i U the cn! 'I -
daughter; I was K '"s' I"" ."1'"I' ave Von: a diamond rind "r piuwhere ;
"t re4' ai..i: lI!-u S'w'I'rk.. Pits .I to. I made selection. me niurket that price. As ::1 hv
| a WJI hUIIIkllll'in at regular price it would colmi. ->
bit:1 Louis.I Cinrinna'i1'umlMn : au ab-. 'lutcly pure stimulant, tl. 1 1rshippi > .
; anything about tho little!
"i. I l The kaiser dieii.'i $ Set ; you savp 2"cent: rill ( il in caiecontiininr LI> in n I k
I sdl"ulIItHI In that I c..
n 1'.( plata a' ; at'hable thirst! to learn I Ie doctor who sent III a way prescription won: rn.r now a ? SO sa&&& every dollar's worth you buy. Nowi indicatiiontent*. If purcha-f-r '

f ..ery'thntrathlr; about the state of I Ito..11I' and then. The other i-i the time to buy your diamond-! the win-key H not sati-fled wit
Iwo't'rc down "\\ !L. j t'nt! k.--iu return the at
t i- von, :Mav. :'f ; can -.ame: our "Xi';
ar and affairs in the Cnitte I II IIj oil me, !however. and I could tithe; "iHnhn' I'ppii't ask me. The! maD watch or allY other article in tick will be refunded.

I f4atrsSl1 : out that t''t'rliml'! I put 11III'I. !b a total tran,,'r to i iu ',"-New, York very chPip. Call and examinerood -e' '' All 'uderhould he :u'enii'j. '

Ij I a..lllllllltat girl I I was $W out of puck, Journal -'. : "- ; *. Uemember this otter ifur ElGnrl'EARSoI.D curr'-ncv, -t.titern"heY"rd'r.1.!L I

( HANGED IN ARKANSAS. i i'f et. I had no i idea of marking; her. only ten dap.0 trouble to -howood ?,', iZ pre:, ii<"ii-y order.Ve rfei t-i (r. .

I Ir but one fealf of society :\n 'ADAR!{ Ilauk'II iiny uieichaut in }'('I-.CC"1.1, '
'i:1ti' a .n : : congratulatedino Tendoaynorltla. ;; *. J. STKPHKN-5: ,

At Rope's End Sextttte D:> For Crime and bought toothiiru>hes and pi,r- While stories of the ping;ong wrist 1 112 ro'outh PaLifox-treet

f of I( PUS |'!aster>, while the other half: look Within our hearts stJl rankle } S. A. FRIEDMAN
t' 11u9er. j \\a like to sir the short skirt girl I o' ,
r I Ultlk.. Ail. July :X.-Six men ed askance and wouldn't have sticky ; Who fehoui tin t- nnls ankle.

e- wire !1..1:<1.1| ;Arkai.sas today each ; fly 1'iijper at a penny a sheet I was: '.. .j- -xc... York "WortJ.JCot The fiiipit line of umbrella* in the
f : U-liiud city i N at J. I. Stephens'. Go lookat ::;III.t: PK'lI'KIEHW. I'KX.- ti]. V ;
running t'wrw.'k'
,1 ;. fr miir :' r Two of them were white aitenses n.-,lHiii> of Wafer."The : them. t ;_'&__ .
t' 'l dins and w.ul.1..rlI'hl'r"! ; 1 C"uldjRnd anoFher '
, V iitinr.b took place ; ofpenius when: T nuide the worst only objection to this touse is Y1 l' O. ItnC IIS. T 1.1'.1'11: I!',\ .

t lc<< the i. .1 <,M, ept at Arkans is | ; that it has no bath," siid the prospective / ta s
i move of ull. They had a public! spelling wish the lest _.
: City lau.. Ktts was hanged tenuui If you very 'n. .u. '- -
1 school !lii the town hall.: I ought j ,. OAPRIrflMAK, !h Hldl.. ciia-. of l.
LEI
very >t\l't \
as -t pAt "That's no \Ira wLack." returned the I IJ'Jib | ice cl'ell1nfl'eeer at Ihez.'ef'Y
t f to havt had Fi-nse ciioiuh to rt-iu.iin bulk L I fQe '\11.\,,, were as follows : I aent "Tbeie's water in the eel;Ilar.I'hlladelphis i the Willisi
I In the lowest' price I ar- down.
,' store, but as tl..rWI!; nu': way
t ; vlor ivson. Dt-e Nolan.1. Itecord. :
I
4 i t'marc negroIrr I business doln;; 1 locked her up and i I Hardware Co. can please v: AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
If or his wife near Watloin ,
t WtuI' I Sinims, for the I went over t-j the hall. I5oth, sidetwanted ,* i .... I.> ..... .
'
t !I"" negro went on' (IOU.r
I I me, and the side I | We have noticed that the man who
Nai Jettson
+ nuii Tabitha
'
.: y beat the other. 111<1..('<1. I was ass begius a fight with a velvet limn, i.; WICKESCO.
till!
Li4r : I.K
L I. enough; to lie the last one up. and that soon ubi II a claii.-Atrhlson Jlobe.\ We will launder your spread" tot
I 't M v iji.. i'tty. James '' _
Kitts not | was something the !,l'OplilIn't propose ---- 15 cent, each and make them look

: 1 J" (iv. I 11 inn-ner of Jim Johnson.:: \ to stand from strap,.; er. star
any ; like uw. Laundry.
A Cure For Summer
f a BtftAt \ \ r..1..1' lt.:: 11/4)1 ; "When I realized that 1 was knockedout Complaint. Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter.No. .

I < t r Y, TanD Summer complaint is unusually prevalent -
> r, negro u feeling; i-f revenge; took possess ;:' Water coolers that do not ,

: (. th !t. :r "t Huwr( Black, a i iAt xioti of nie. I made up my mind to pet i among children this season. A
I I' t ne-I waste ice at the Willis
: ; gie. square with that town or leave my well developed case in the writer's b Sonth Palafox Street.

if': '. I. !Ib, "U Ilata: ) hittiershittier! IIOIin[ its gravevard. With all its family was cured last week by the Hardware Co.'s. .\11 : :1.1_ n. J'ln.ub1. :-j. al'd.Hl": PIV ? .Yatnal: R .

., i !,,' fclt.- .!. ?' '' r of his wife neat I faults it was a sporty town. and I took timely use of Chamberlain's Colic, .," "KK *sr .. \ .'. .-

1' -l'' i : : >tBlb.r \. .. :r. 1 I'-i: that as a bark t.) work on. I knew Chok"a and Diarrhoea Remedy! one W1.213KLYFOJi CI1I''UL L' --

At t' : I 'it1. H-.m'.r..-. I a horseman in t"hieI1I10 was up to of the tt.st patf-nt medicines manufactured

J.(1 hi "liltt'. I I'. T '! : ,it \" .\l Kill* I tricks, and I went up to Me !him. One and which is always kept on STEAM DIVISION .AD JLm '7'et-Y

1 \(1, '.. -kit.. t "II" Van '. J I" .. day a week later a tin jpeddk-r arrivedin hand at the home of ye scribe. This I't:'S u.t>I-\ U.r.Cll' 1'; .1;l\.t tM1.. Is w
is not intended as a free puff for thecompany
uiy town and began to blow! around' .,
!I' IIAILWAY COMl'AM. !o''r COlt T" AVERY t \t. 'I.I'I
\ ;'1Ii who do not ad".rtoe'ith! ;;
al.ut the gait of his old hor.ee. He
Statement.t I its. but to benefit little sufferers who Trans leave l'.n'lICola for tbe LIU
J' ; New: \ K .J) ill :,; The wt'f>KU I bragged; mid blnfftd until two or three may not be within easy access of a I'.avou.Kli! Rayon. y arrlngton.o. .., tat IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

1>' i" lat.-awl .f tht A.-MH-iatetl bank? I men Loamy Int..rt'.h-1. and the result'i : physician. Xo: family should be with and Fort L'Irraucaa at

li t alurrr i .... '''13.:' .:,,1t'. tnerra. !i '; a race on the county fair &:round", out a bottle of this medicine in the am!) a. m.arrlve at Fort r! rranc.. 7:19* i, HARDWARE.
o, t Tiie.v had two or three trotters in town, 10:1I1.I a. m. arrive at Fort Barraacai 1C.J a.L
U->>';.; ''. I-,c.ts $!'::.2.O97.:::' 'i. !in i house especially in summer time.- 1vllpm.arrivratFortEarrancas l.:"Sp:: r
} 'l .. I and when the thing got; started the Lansinz, Iowa Journal. For sale by 8HO: m. Arrive at tort Kurrancas 4:1J: c
(r .*e $, I i :"" irculatlon $::i.W p. p
7.7w I| eio'.vd went in with a w h.ap..tfter all druc'-risf; and I mr-di! < ine dealers.I 5:15p.m. arrive at l-ort Barrancas Toop :; Iron! Nail-. AxeS' v< i i-. S.'w: 51:11511(1t.: i .
tl
in .i- .I. fI. legal ten arrive at Fort Barraccai
g:43p.c
b(4 m
,
i as,,,. ITi'.f': i i.i i. In.'rease ?1.6TS.3.> the tin peddler had put up $ ;tat i of the Trains'p eave tort Barrancailor henit :--UI'l'l....". l'1jIUt ,' a.d J/patIL/ <{ :'1"Vh. P Itl i.
; I long: green a few of the people began Know One cola at Window Ola Oun... Fi :'ils all j Fi-niii/! ,'k.
.,....It'. $It : tula'! ; increase $1I t 1.91111> nre lieinoilTf.
if! ; to.smell a nt. but when the .. .
wascalled
I race : .t I ,. "* arnat ..n &cola. ..... :aa.
ran o wii' re< > .L. a "lylcl.p.DCASTORIA Tifa ra. L J1ottsc1'tiriiisJiiiitoil.( .
JvMrt. f. ..: ._.; TI trio. incrl."aSEf2.tH4" our dark horse stood to win or llI.) p m. arrive at Pecaacola....__.lltir.n i agate and Tinware ana

h I ;{141 rt Tte r'-nsiireil jas.04l.3on. In.I" lose enough to tit out two druztort-s ::ll p m arrive! at fensacola,_.._. Sit n, .. "
; ::
.. .. I' ,
5i ) p m arrlat! Pensacola B. ft p n tf-AUKNSFOK PJUMINUHAM ROLLING MILL U':
crrrr 3'l: .; ; urilus 15.502,200.. like; mine. The ot.ldi1',' IH to 1 1.001 p. m. arrive at eniacoia! ._._. T.1 p f

t'' ', ..... $;:''''. ::, | against; him at the start and it W1't I *5t5. p. in. arrive *: Pensacola.- iJ: w r.tvertiiiut: rtitchfd Iel: n'rr' Northampton KiWntel :
II atnrdays only Co.. Lnftin/ & Rand I'-iuder Co.. John-on I'I :
| even money till he emus out tin tie FABI FOB WIll: DAY6.PnlacJla -omii.e. Iron Kin: an! Buck :Storm and RaitgtW:
fhr Ililll.-iilt r.irt. i It track. V.'e haj \\'alo\t'r.! and befon For Infants and Children "
'"
HidLacs LI&tl1.l..
Yaw
Fort Karraccasand -
to rtcrc 11011""=:111.1! I d. n"t !M-K!! >U> you can ', the crowd f-A ready to bn-k thi' .* Kind You Have ? to :Nnvy 1 arCS and .:1.! Made Railroad Colors.

i L..r a' "niit of the! tnoiiev jou si>"nd.ltf the 'pedi'-r. hid lef; town.vj;; pofk-N! the Always Bough Teniacola to Palmetto rifacb ana re.crt I'll'U'I'DAI' i FJL

J \\ 1 1.1!.. I i-s 1 .3,1.. It's the! money ] ICHIDUDI.vben Masonic Teiw:. pens ieola,
tne weather permits tbe
t t 1 cannot U'">t< 'i.ivvii ami t'ountry. The Best Liniment For Strains. b'+ # coaches. running c
open
I t Bronchitis Fer Twenty Years. Mr. F. H. Wells, the merchant at i.inatnrH. of -(;(/ Leave Ffcnuaoo'.a Lv Fort Birrtnoi' : : W. B. WRIGHT>> COfflPflBlMASCFACIfKL'KS 'i
a.. m. 10
!f D. m. ]
-'OF "" 51ts. lInt'nmth.. cf Danville! Doer Plrk. Long Island l N. Y,, says: ll a. m. il m 'f

Ill writes : 'I has bronchitis for 'I always! rooor.imcnd: Cram Tai': : I p. m. ip.m r.f .
i' I p. m I p.IP ; '
CU3E; YC'J.SEL AM LEA
: 'E i h t'fcty vears and 1 never src't rel-.ef un, Pain Balm as the best IIL.JHT.: tcrstiains. Sp.m p.m. ;.:
f.T' '
el turdl
'
ti-l t '' ill 1 fist.i FcK-v Hor.c-y and Tar I ust'l it last wnttr f.ir a l erPEB tto : -a' J ..: lJ., ..... ,. .>. 3r.m ip, m ex P.M. ::':_ = ----=--j;. EAT '")
s Ganaa is lI." LUMBER ; ,
1 f ehlth 1 ts a s'ire. t.re" StlJ! by \V. AIiafox 5'vere lameness in the s'j.\; r. !It. r' to,,...to,. ,are. .f n. ,. ..m. Ip.m ,
C I+ b r --a, itlr : .uiie FA2X PCt PC.DAT
I D'Afembt rt" !121 Sotth : str tt.Folcy.s 'iic frca a strain and! >'. is gr \ ,r tlltEll.eL'y' BI 11 p ist'-i.in t' rlloo'. tl jrt rur-:",. :laT' I r ; 4

:. ,-!.= il I with the quick 1'1',1:: an i iuro stsain,0. Bold by tr j-rcfftt, 1 and sad retnrc_.__ m i I t-:2: SAVED CTPEESSSHIS6LES-L > : /
Honey and Tar r.&A. or K2l ia tat *raFf, ua0WQta to yniroeito )it*ti anrtorn. r
.':?. :, I" For sale t'F j{
a by ali driggists f flllffrt't i, Lit _______ lIc 'rj7
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JULY 28, 1902. 1 1T "

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Nasal FAhlBlll''i ] T@ G1fOrllnal.l I IO I MAN AND WOMAN SHOT. Slow Starvation iI iIIs ill'' :


(q Miss Cobbs Dangerously and Oscar .1111

CATARRH JU @ G JJBOj Reid Fatally Wounded. I :

Birmingham.. July 2i-I ,--Oscar : the fate of sufferers from dyspepsia and indigeition. t ; t 4; I

Reid, 19 years of sees and Mrs. Bar: I I If your food remains undigested it can't build up the. ,. ,

1! ;'in [ bie Ensjlett were shot .ia the streetsof i I body ID fact, it docs actual damage decaying in the j 1 : t :

Pid you never hear of Anue Ilollwi 1nsley late yesterday afternoonby stomach> and poisoning the system.KODOL 1 ; 1

;U, the witch of FalcmU? Irs BEERSPure two negroes, and the young mans I.'I ;t i 1.i.i. :'

an odd s-lory. My grandfather gave 1 not expected to liThe \' ; Digests I :I' I s.

it t., my father, and my father gaveit Healthful Snappy. negroes were firing their pistols I What You Eat. .
: !In.i the nostr!'".I'ra4l ; #i. M
to me. What i iessed the i\'ie Fully Matured. In a vacant lot near the street' ii' t

*, II, s'iriej.: I.e .ef if :fli- of thos-e days is a woi.Uer to all of us and one of the stray bullets struck jIF Kodol is the sensible remedy. By digesting what you ,:i ,1. ;; I;

It II not dryndonsge : THE AMERICAN! BREWING CO., :Mrs. llnglett in the I cat it strengthens the body and at the same time rests j t:
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hIp Inflicting I
1 >- 5'e !:'ceo:. it Dru- I.')w. I'M- thought tliiit the d\'Uplaut. St. Load, Mo.IVIKVVIHIM. a the stomach. This rest soon restores perfect health.

._ :'nrcnbyma:::. td the l>ul''r: ;
,V trect. yew York. I carried : ,
:rell > but I. being: u Scotch I'resbyterian MJLH : : ':. young man Mrs. Englett .0 Kodol cures. It is: Nature's tonic. I "

am myself nccountt-d bit her home near by anJ with her father Five years ao a disease the doctors called dyspppila took such a bold on mo that I couldfarcely I I"
a went back to arrest the two KO. I tookqu.iotltiesof pepsin and other mmUcines, but nt.bloit helped me. Al a I
'Ilre.ud 1.lIr.nhnal.. !, cranky ia my religious notions. UIUMT negroes. drowning man grappa at a straw I grabt-ed at Kodol. felt an improvement at once, and aMIa t j
Auie IIollnvt-11 When she -I.I 1111:1 (p..I..I} as ttiiu;b uI'i One of the negroes was apprehended I few bottles am sound and well. UEUKUE: : d. M tRSB, AVorney-at-Law. :'Nococa Tex. .
was eighteen "
I I' ..lo tin-re v\l.o ; ii.! I Ii t-! lie UNL Kt-r to the -
: uaj
but
catching young Held off his i It can't but do
help good.
old accut-ed of witihcraft.
1'11.:1104"1'-: ('''; nod years was I i-tl-.i- ( tL.,1! t-hl'rl'! 111'1 t\\O d'.s-; i you '
'mil uuimals l haw Marl{: Simuner, a big, titansfrllo follow.: guard, sprang upon him. seized his I TheIGttlecootalns:5times asmuchlactualmeasurementlasthetnalsirewhich tells toraOt < .
aI'I"U't.l. t.oie during; to revolver and shot him through theside. I l'l'l'p"rt'd hy E C. lieWIM A C<>.. Chl.'acn.td by all denlers '
in ruts and l mice? <' +wanted to warty her but he I
nefoi.i'Nti.iitl
Aii ln ur later Anr.o Ilollhvcll t I.
a soothing healing for and ,
The negro then disappearedinto Dcwitrsvitcto Hazel salve application piles sores .
: -,' illy r<-,!f.ts have was u wieked ')ltetL.tmhJ he had ly .Io<'l 1L tlitt: Como bath kin diseases. Beware of counterfeits. .

i of the elephant nre '' Ferret meetings with Satan fit midnight ,I j into the town tfluv as not furtlnri.iolo.stcsl I the woods. A posse is in 1mI"I I i iI
In the wII..I-ul1 Anne would! toile suit of him. John SheppardHarris'i Pharmacy Sidney Kahn.
d! no limitation It net I
one 1the p.-oplf.\ WI s {I I

'ii whvii the atiluial ; nothing to do with him. Moreover.fho ;.t-w :-.ily! 1 IuII": 1:;.. tuoiij.li tinnui.s- I .' ,:

.1111I1 tu its confined laved Joel! llallitt, sun of I'eaconHnllitt. tijof r.-n.t.ni.* who Was to bane Why Amrrlruua Drink. I I' 1 i .
wh.I'IIt oJf with the llogerWilliams ; "I'l<. ureable emotional excitement Opposed to Separate Cars :]
i wryt'll aide tot j-r. siili-ii: at b'i' ,';c.MrutioH after a long 'as> New Orleans. July '<;.-A meet': I ( q !
j-eoi'le.I Joel I was the reverse: she is a great relaxtr," writer inAinslee's. mass t '
its puny MuTclcs. j it'trvli'vv With LIT. ganl.et that says '
of (NNuer. being a bUiall, pale looking! :I kind ut work is I ing of the "leading negroes of New Orleans .0( .
..st croaturc-s it i ii is ."Ilk! Wt 1:1\\ litM-ll il Witfh bOl'illlM': I I "Every ;
young man, but with a % ery intellectual !! i liable to have the muscles: and nerves l was held !at night for the pur i I" l :.
H.st menageries tot tl!.", tU-. il haul trit d to Pt svui her cud 't I
countenance lie was not in (aver eta iuedj ;| tense and; overdrawn.Ve often see pose of opposing the enforcement or' t II
t it b. These had taili: I:' II. My irctndfatiu'r I I
with'i the congregation; however muscle I t"nus corrugating the brow, the law providing separate street fall I, .
\ :s( dispose of tie j I ti> Ii:!vtot; th'htoi! ; of what hlli'I'l'lIlll I,! ; ; ,
btcaus-e lie ot'euly tU-nied the right; of the face attitudes and for whites and blacks. The median
..'i < > -urit*. It teas ; ;.It.I r a" r s-.; ,q!N'Irrd w ith the stranger: I i j rigidifylt.g or !
the church to burn out u woman's that iuucrviitioii[ [ determined to organize a stock company .
shoivitig Impulses contitiUe -
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.1 1 i i .1 well knoun in 1.1 niir : lit r i..ildrvu.[ !' { \
I tongue with a redhot iroa. Indeed so to IoOllt from the nerve cen- to run vehicles throughout the f
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> ii, < and rats hall Jul. l L! ,;.i. 1:1 the night before' the "
great vv.ib the indignation against his ,, lets sifter toil is ('\t-i. Americans city for the exclusive ocean: ..odatiou ,
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1 ii! .u hide of a rhl.I I':.l"- I n' : ,.-i-i...on. i insu-ad of giriuavhy
( heretical j protest that Joel came near1'ayiiig I Lick the very words! geuiuth and esprit, of negroes. I
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ii-rrivr, ranny. was to I.-; i t::. .'f. sin-tit the hours on 1 r
I ; the n-nally of his ra Unes-s I and.: it is hard for us to entirely ; .
very
r the buge Ut anJ ,! Lis 1.:11" > !p... i.it; that: the i-ti'jilr t1ttTnr
Itatl Lilted no fovvi with his life I !..i, ht l.c L,"I'\'Ill! from tinsuiMr.sti :j. forget; the struggle; for existence in social May Go to $10 a Ton.

> rat. In a few Now. I am not going to vouch for '! ji-iiis t.i viituraft! and pe i-M-cutiun. ; intercourse. The careful studies of New York. July :Predictions ;

what I iiitcnd to tell you. I'll give t tI It i j Partridge and others show that the desire that anthracite coal will be $1'a' ton i j
li-ft nibble
lats to \Vi-i! tLc hour ol tiniMfUtiuu i-.tnii',
I as I got it from others and their Inter I '! for this kind of unbending: is one within 48 hours are made by one of
rhinoci-ros. t'il with to G n1
j '"i I h.vus s> 'i> an inipulM' ::o
I>n'tat iuu \.If It. If you choose to take | of the: chief causes that I'IHIull'ri- the largest wholesale dealers In th-s I
therl.\ Seri Mvordst.ti
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atxt l save !:;: a I 1 I
dllYerei.t views couccruing it, I frhall I have lost city. The statement was made after
cans to drink because: they 'i
VriI. < f *} rlii I have t.o ubjectinn.Anne ports were ret'elved. show ing that the Always
j the: power to feel the nl'l'mall'xhilara.
\ ..i-N of Syria: a man I s'.iajM: d ilUc: a fto>s, he hfiztil it ands.ill.tt \
.. llollittell was accused, as 1i > tiou which inebriation stimulates. Instinct local market is absolutely barren of ,
after the birth of,1Mitniuf
: ::; fortli. Iii. roiirMlay: through;
have said, of witchcraft.! My grand coal both domestic when you use a Gas Stove. There'suo
,' the naiuoliotuued i the! wood.! Mid after fi.tt-rin it he mettin points to this as a great boon, and steam sizes.A. I
father lI"'' to say that Mark;: SIMNUHTwas I and it is and glasses I.
: UlwlI1 the I stratrra l h adiiu'; .\lIlIl'l'l'roal'h- !I so sought; over cups waste heat: no coal or ashes to 1 I

'II( 0'\1 xL.u.. inoaniiu; p.t the bottom of the accusation I ln, them Le asked whither they here in the conviviality that comes from R. Bass of Morgantown, Ind., had handle. no dust, uo dirt. It solves J
with a view to getting Anne into hisjiouer. I I' ;
artificial stimulation. A little more rollicking
: if the "'u Is called I ;;,.Im:. Ainc ;;ate her later an a iI [>- I
to ten twelve! times In the
aMl' i but this was out current at thetime. jollity, with jest and quip with get up or the fuel problem-*aves time labor 1
tllCa. .
t lUiiinty l> 'alins: look, and the man glared at I
', "forth UIHMMI as Abu Ilowexer this be Anne was I himith such a tnoiiiacal I counte- congenial friends the tale the song, night and had severe backache and I and worry over the rise in the price

I ?:hi-r of 1 ;'MI'S ouDty." tried and bciitcnred to j be burned. halite that Jut I iiintinctivt-ly held up perhaps the quiet, harmless game that pains in the kidneys. Was cured by j:: of coal-and it is less expensive. .

r the mother vxould be- ,, When the f.igots; were prepared and the h\\ord in his hand between himself II does not overtax the sjstem! -of all Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by W. A.:
I Anne was being: bound to the stake, a this we have too little in our stern Results to the Household : Com i
._ 1:1: : ruilleAllah/'Moth-[ i and the ...trI'I'nwthl'r; it was the I. D'Alemberte. 121:: South Palafoi street. I IIf I
tall man stepped out of a wood nearby I American with its tendencies toovertonicity
life
1 1'.1: \ ." This custom is 'I, I cross on the hilt or an angelic expression fort convenience cleanliness, econ }
IIwIlllhalll,1) the, party lie wore a and cramps of will and attention. ,
..t common PJH.VCU but I thatllIIe afterward deelared
[ purple doublet bordered with riftuh air ." you want a nice present to give I omy. All your needs in Gas :Stoves, ;
., mviiMuni and even to i peart-d on J.H I'h founteiiaiK-e the (.tamper to I
and look
1"I'llut\ \\ Lute on his head WHo a conical ( afriend.go through; the Riuges etc.. supplied by the Pen*::1-
Milt mare strangely drew back: and trotichin, slowly elegant line of suitable articles at I
hat with feather In It.
'in though tuarried has a single I shrank! awaj. Joel now believing that The Same Old Story. J. I. Stephens you surely can find i I cola Gas Co. at remarkably low 1 ;
There was something s So singular In hisapiMarance .
!iii".y of oriental :'lIdI that tin people turned power had eeu ;given him In answer to J. A. Kelly relates an experience something to please you. If you i]i i! price ,

I he should be ad- ; his prayer to 1'111'1111'\ still: holding: similar to that which has happened want anything in the Diamond line

vi'iw!! or Al,u iahhary from Anne HoKiwrll.: UIt stake alit'tar 1 i I up the dagger, drove the stranger toi : in almost every neighborhood: in the be sure to eee him before you buy. I .
fagot to look at him.! i I II I
_i Son whom the thickest of the v\ood where 'ensacok O Gas CO. :1:1t
"What do you with the wench?" I i i part I United States and has been tolj and : :
;" : him. he dialtearcd. ,,
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asked the itralia'r."h'e're re-tol.J by thousands of others. lie ,
a.i My fatlur always! paid that my : Toe [ is :: No. 3 S. Palafox St.. Pensacola. Fit '
;going to burn her. She's 1 ( says: "Last summer I had an attackof hippy Home : e'l! 1 ;
witch.: grandfather believed that! :Mark Spoon- I
and bottle oChamberlain's
a
purchased
) ". i 6 \ witch? The threw back
fJf speaker : furnished home.
I Colic, Cholera and Marston I i CHOICEST
his held and displaying white, imintedteeth Ilullin ell for him lu return for his I i iI ,
i Koul. Diarrhoea Remedy which I used according i $ Quina can supply '
own you
t f>f theoQjmineTiUeu gamin r gave a laugh. At tint It was a I. OFAT .

,? 1rtJr. ( ( simple; ironimll:1! !ha! Then it Lad the i i AUTIIUU CHL np.: LOVLUING. to directions and with entirely with all needed in the way I i

_v. (urv a cola to one dray rite; of a trutn|.et in it. Then came 1 1 "I am -using--a- box- of- -Chamberlain'sI satisfactory results. The trouble was !,!I of house furnishings at the I'f n ANDCONFECTIONERY !

loa d k HIS echo! thou-'h! there was no cmliMjiie controlled much quicker than former [ f
--.... ?'. I I Stomach and Liver Tablets and find 1 lowest prices cash or credit.i ,, .
e : : ; or cliff! to send tt."Who I attacks when I used other remedies." ,
,I them the best thing for my stomachi i - --'- ,i j'
PU9liC11Y\ FOR are you': asked one of thpillars t Mr. Keely is a well-known citizen of .
i ever used says T.V.. Robinson,
of the church who
were conducting Justice of the Loomis Mich. Henderson, N. C. For sale by a] PROFESSIONALJ3ASDS. C. APOSTLE'S ti

THE PlBPlt ,i execution.. "You: straugt lysemble These tablets not Peace only correct disorders druggists and medicine dealers. .. -_ .-_. 1 T! .

: Mark $puN/nor but jou are | of the stomach but regulate W. C. ROWE, M. D.Olliel' I '

$S I 'er h "oral COM toil a Cent, -t Mark Spooner, for Mark is Lut the liver[ and bowels. They are easy Foley's Kidney Cure ,1, i 14 East Gueracil St.!,
1 tuenttive, while jou-jou may b. : 17't Palafoi:
Clio| take and pleasant in effect.! Price
anJ l.' cn. V prJ j i.KeaJ FormerlCordova.: Restaurant Stand
\' ;: "IlI;; or you may be: old." I 123; cents per box. For sale Lyall[ nukes kidneys and blad&r right ,, Hours from s to : f ,> a. m. aa4 1 to ::1 l p. m I I

Ih Etcryhodt.1I : "No matter who I am. I have come [ druggists and medicine dealers. and after o'clock ;: One car-load of Pineapples 11.75

for the ", ,'udJ." I i i I 7..-.l lind the "- : Phc inn OS. 1 I! to f 2.00 per dozen. ,

;\I" ; \ '10 J.l'\I u. tuoJ off!" cried several of the JUv"tI'ioll tt I
i .'olden lug I
-. .NrrLlnrr of \iitt. | The .{ text a l'I'rtmn Sunday. .
men I'n"-'Ilt. Who had 1 10 Clind I! V necklace made of black;: ants !Is an school was ".\1111 the child grew and i i .

: \ '.' '*i !'i All"-hnid kind* of f arnlvl per- that the Lord's will should! bo interfered article If adornment of New Guinea; waxed trong in spirit" Luke ii, 40'Little : LAW :
DEPARTMENT
'I I. '11"II'Y. Mriciestpp. with but the stranier. drawing '1 The Anglican; uix ioii there gives particulars Ted's !baud went up like nl J ,
\ ) to A. .\. isier.
his! sword stepped to Atllie llo'Iivvell !-
.' "- f..t up of one which measured ate .I Cash when superintendent nsk
.- --- --- and (cutting the l'vrls. led her eleven feit \loot; and was comjiosed of "('1m any of these drfcht.:: smiling,:! littl I OKStetson .

\ I '>" .-' "n improved amounts real at low esinll away toward the vtood. Some said as many ts l.'NJ I odies of ants. Three (lN.ys er !iris repeat the gulden text for I John D. I

i il j on L"-lie 1':. Hra.ks. that sparks were seen to fly from the little pieces if I'l.IlIIU a dozen Eng- I itod.y? Ah, !how ;.lad it makes myheart I University i Ii
'A 1.l'.larox\ Mint of the IoUIJthllt his faiesuddenly
Jo'tbt'rSmlm sward ;
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lish brad were iueiTporated Into i it. to sro so many little hands go Do Laud, Floridn. !

I Jrom being quite handsomebicatiie ;, and there was a native string: ln-ldiiig! up: Teddy! my lay .vou may repeat it. I JOHN: I'. FOHIHSl'h. I tl

I 'VV -IMiyou need money? so demoniacal that e\trj' man I it together; jet its weight: only reached I Is i and :speak: good and luud that nil may I 1.ltr""HIf'lIt. .\I.n"UT.J.HHlI.I.I,. R., Dean : :
j .rrow Any amount you want ;a"e11)' in.stincll\ely Ufore him. .\ ; 2 drams 2 1! hear." Fall TVrni t'oiimiriu-c* "'t'llnl''lla l ,
vet terms aid lowest rules II scruples 13 grains. These I yf OHitlwr 1 I'.MUJ. j !
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for .\1.1 from the first slie shrank
tillable 01 :proved city realM lame black: iiits make b>; nests: In the i And they all heard this: ".\ud the TWO YEAKS" '.II'R'E-Tb..l.aw 1't'partllll'nlorJobn I;, "
m. better, Zui South !'alit- away from him, I but he took her by thewrist utwofiir' cour'i'. l..adins to the degree of LL K stetson University gives .
native pirdeiiN! atid the native child and waxed I
In-tt and! though Ill'1.,1: to make women grew strong in spirit HKUKKK: .\11)111'1\' Til K: HAR-ThrdplontaoftheLawi, i
'ind ::irl" ell huh 1111'11I. pull off theirh"uK 1 like :':::10." I II Stetson ('lIn'.r.lly admits to the Bar rpartmentofJohn B. .' .
ii" ":\ 'rtion lie dragged i her from I.ritiiiER1\F: '
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; awaj '
\M r" HMKKOW MO.NKYinsure lute oT! and swallow the other I I : Ilredudutmauot.regnnhnlAu'lt)1ATIUN--l-rtbrLawAnnouncn. rent of J.".!-3, and nil 1 other -
: ', the t.i .inn M huh sin \\ ..iJ.cd be- L Iw I Urpxrpurntaddrrss
your pr prrtypro- ::ijs. i II i"My '
,, vnd and thread the Mother Always Keeps It Handy. ,
". f ;' t.buy or sell real es- tlwnu. i i ALliElil' J. FAIiIL Il. Dean of Law: Department
Ic of aoy'd'enpllon. haveI i
I orotir later attended tIii. I : mother suffered! a long time | De Land Fla. i II I
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f
.. \ V <*r queer i ( II
.*. \Vatson .tCo. > ii
i ', :I-i: .,jr :ici> a 3
'ill
health due
,. primarily to Jndiges-
.1 'i iiiuiK-iHie 1 everyone@ .
lap': of the I/j.v .
\ nbourg distritt: 15elJ.H1UI -
'i -m..1 a uwe bou.mil.. lend money id-u Sutrl'r* from -tomach compliintorc : ; i in :\111\'. .\t H Sunday strvk-e I I. lion," says L.V.. Spalding, 'Verona !I Tulane University of Louisiana.

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I.' _.. 1'. ____..h_ .. Neglect t!.mutter and they may church entrance and as the ;girls come Kodol. She grew better at once and Orloau8. : ,I t J.No'VV

;..II!, nand liraoelct. 1- become carotin, Take Ho?tettH"s'tomach out seize them one by one one lad now. at the age of seventy-six tats - -- .

'- ?I tu-i' for reward._.,( :- Hitter* at the fir-t symptom !i i grasping; a g-lrll'J the shoulders and thly e :j anything she wants remarking that EDWIN A. ALDERMAN ;'I i ;n t tLaw :
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and avoid ,.ulrertu'.. I President. J
unnecessary she fears bail '
other the heels the two lifting her no effects! as she has :
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11)R .t1.1 :. i
-- It will tone up the bowel, restore 'I, well while third her bottle of Kodol handy." Do not *ull Courses In Lnnsua';Sciences, : !
I up a bumpkin Knglneerlng. ,
passesunder (
the appetite purify the blood and !- Medicine. Pharmacy. '
: 1 Heparste l+ Arc.Ipv..n
1 f. '' heavy ha" drai.h waste time doctoring symptoms. Go ep rtmnts. sixteen tiutldini *. Esten
ArP I : a: 'IJlu..r A Kirk :ib-olutely cur :titer:: HKAI-AIHK: the human bridge thus form(<1. | after the If and Workshop Splendid Department for Women; In the -lye Lit>rarte,. Laboratories i 1' Ii
cause. stuuach is' ceweomtColiege.
a r 'h"IJ, :!:\JI\' DlX/.IXESr,, iNMOF:" TloX A=-I' 1)YSI'KraiA. This ts tulle in the presence of the [':11'- '!| sound, your hc-clth will your be good KoJol Tulane mak"sl..aden in all vocation Its faethtIPSforInstruction i iTOfc tI

1 tie fletirable Inti ; A few do es; will convince e wits who themselves have I.asscd' In tbl! I"outb. : -;, instructors an'II I .!:15tu.t..nlI1"t are unsurpassed I J ,
I f mot lainy rests the stomach and strengthens In st'S* tlJn. Many t !
">., .. terns by the KUberKeucy you of it. value. FOR :SALE:: H Y through the same ordeal. .tbeacaderalcdepartment. ouen to Louisiana hors Erpensesof scholarship I
; the *l? f" > scholarship ttudent
body by digesting your food. It > r es >ion. Board an1 lodging in dormitories i
\ tat', houtti !' lafoil : DEI'ItUIaTS.HOSTETTER'S. is nature's tonic. academic student for ...If-b..Ip. In the Academic at low rales. Opportunities afforded I I '
alm own Hargis' I'har- for college work will he turned Collegeno: boy, If properly prepared .
The Wny lie Came.At macs John Sheppard and Sydney glnsuctoberl>t. send for Catalogue.awny from Ina:>:IIIY to pay tuition. Next session be. ;, l

I ii- itiiitfarnisOeJ- the tinl-sh of a football match a Kahn. i J

, i t' ,I -" :... ..Iy! rooms at youngster in his hurry to :get;; out scrambled .I Address It. K. BRCFFSeeretary:! _, j ,

"I"n, street. alttr the : --- ------ --- -
STOMACH BITTERS. over paling that surrouudsthe -- !"!
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ground.A I
II. I .. "unt'oI-'lulc. 1
. --. --- burly policeman standing by : P !
AGO tI
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ancifor men to learn bar-
.' t. '11I aul take positions waD DR. KING'S shouted to him as he was about to : I II

1.,1. DrrsPnteJ.paV.!oluur. drop outside 'You young rascal whyduu't
.
'in flto 115 weekly whO>D
tHloKue mailed free viola TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR you go out the way you came I : t
N.-W "rleiini. La. ;-'litf lu:?" '
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WA =' i'1:1)-. -- THAT COLD. "So I am!" shouted the !boy as he BRAWNER'S. 11.

,'anishetlilito the crowd.
- TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. : I i
\\ \ 10.1 solicitor; win pay The policeman: also vanished amid .t/.tt ;
"1 i' Minion to ruht one Ad- Cures ConsumptionCoughs ,
.. the laughter of the bystanders.
t. mce. matt
Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, -For Seven Days we will Offer the 1
Following 120 1-J '
\\ -'i "-iiiii' Men from K'Cambm: Poisoning the System.It Prices:-@

,\t. ri.m-nt": c. ti>l".n'lct'pply prepare for post to PneumoniaHayFeverPleu- is through the bowels that the ; ; \

:ht.. tedar; Rapl'!.. la. risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness! body is cleansed of Impurities. Con doz Men's French :Neck drop- 2uO Pair Men" New Orleans ir,
:!IJYlmdtw'11 Sore Throat and stiched, undershirts for 2jc ; drawers sewed You should look at f f
\ Croup stipation keeps these poisons in the or Cable crewed Shoes. for this sale Ladies' our line of
\ F to match. ,
'- \ kinds ot empty beer $l:2) solid High and Low Cut r '
l-lrl Whooping system ; leather. W f:3hoel.: t t
headache
A.FaltDMAN. DOTStf Cough.NO causing dullness 25: doz Men's Fancy Striped Lace A can save you money.

POIIII'HY. CURE. NO PAY. and melancholia at first, then unsightly and Plain riiik Finished, JJalbrigan 175 Pairs Men's Hand Hewed Vici 1,p*) yards Lawn, fast colored J

. Prig 50c. and $t. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. eruptions and finally serious Undershirts: ; at 43c each ; drawers to Kid Shoes in four ditlerent shape worth S's'c' to close at DC yard. I.l f '

' >MH BROWN LKOHORXSv : illness unless a remedy is applied. match. toes ; regular fl, for this sale $2.95 a 500 X-Bar Mn' lin j '
v Mock and regular t
-tOIt( forealerat pair. 7o
WLia i iHA iM lIardwarH'o'l. Uslf PARKER'S DeWitt's Little Early Risers prevent 10 doz Men X-Bar Undershirts, goods to close at 4J!c yard. i (

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Cleanooo and b iuur.r. Un hair and promote easy healthy action of 25 doz Men's thriven Patent seam Pou Co. boys'; shoes that I will close to close at 1 M

1 a' '"'\ I...\u'H'I:: K> E-Manufacturer Never Promote Full. Io to>m:Bettore Anl growth h-a j the bowels. These little pills do not side drawers, worth 65c, for this sale out at cost. 1OX yards:tsc'i! i.
; a r :in Hair tiood*. HatE Toilet Hair to Youthful Color. fast
, a.: Oiictc..tt'i, W. Government Cwn tea pd.It........ b...rCNGLISN .fLJIIIC. act violently but by strengtheningthe 5 125 colored, regular 7c goods, for 4 .
be.ndll'ela Pro ..11III bowels enable tnem to perform ; dot Boys Extra Size Pant, 12 to pair Boys' Easy Walker. reg- this gale 6c. ," ,t
ular
I. ?". ..... their own work. Never gripe or distress 17 years, worth fl a pair for this sale 5tc goods to close at 35c pair. II) pieces White and Red Table ; I
J'ur I'uiionilM.KLjriaras. Linen -'Ml I
..-...... CHICHISTIR'S Hargis' Pharmacy, John Sheppard otic. 75 pair Men'a Low-Cut regular 40c goods, to close: at J', ,
t.r .... t"K .T : @! PILLS and Sidney Kahn.Foley's We carry a full line of Boys' Wash Leather Shoes Patent 25c; yard. No one over 6 yards .
I .. ENNYROYAL we have been i
e tioayuet or peclalde lgni Pants. Call and them. selling 30 pieces
see Medicated I
, -r Moreno, 83@it! Gregory Unilie.. Honey and Tar at t2.&) pair: to close at fl.7-j pair. 24-inch Co'
. halmi !. IA tor FE:rlllCHKsTKK-s.r.r.aN- .410.ENGLISH Prsr'N' Diaper, worth S5c, for this sale & I I!

,. IU'a.t ,..Id mi5 be. ...., cures colds, prevents pneumonia.OAHTORIA. f
11' 'I..O\\'LHi'o. ."t" ..nl>.>o. T.h..d..r. Rrr.. -- -- This Sale will 1it
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and: 1I! Klyd 'IIa'J
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for castomrsj. .
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JULY 28, 1902

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I I F. C. BRENT, Pmt. W. K. HYER, Jr., Cashier ,,

V 'L II II I I Constipation Vm.H. KNOVLES, Vice-Prest. J. S. REESE, Asst. Cashier. I "Stagest<< t in t ttdilf' [ ,



irni1Lat.rrd ; Politics and 3 f fi Headache, and,biliousness all liver Ilia,heartburn are cured Indigestion byHood's The First National BankOF ,,! The 42'l Annual M tpmeni t y.'*

at the post Office at hectacola.Ft i ad I I Pills I Ending December :iUi snot ,t"THE '
*.. itcond-clatt aialtf : PENSACOLA.

J'aIa'OIl OffiCEI'IU'strert np-..ta1r.Building, 211JJ South I Politicians. I !i Sold by all druggists. 25 cents 1 f (EQUITABLE

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THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. If. You Want a Bank I
.Jk"" "' :::Jo-: NEW ORLEANS
I! tiff ASSURANCE[
Ttrmi: Invariably Advance. Prominent democrats all over the i I OCIE1Y.Assets

Oa Y..ar by Mail ._ ....._._ ottIX > We Will Lend You One .
Months .. .. .. :2! 5(> state are receiving letters notifyingthem NAVAL RESERVESIN .. ... . .

i On U'ffk.bjr Carrier, arable Monday 10 that Col. Albert W. Gilcbristof I' Reserve and other Lub .

TELEPHONE NO. 118.idrtriitog DeSoto county will be a candidatefor PORTThe .I ities . . . . ..

speaker of the next: house of represent3tivts I Let You {Nickles and Dimes Grow Into Dollars. 1 Surplus (from which Div.. --

Rates Furnished Application of Florida. Jf Col. Gil- i deeds are paid, . _, "
U. S. steamship stranger, i
i rfr christ makes as good a run for the Did you ever know that money can be made to grow ? It i* a fact and 1 Paid to Policyholders [m

?N ON LtiNEL office as he did for .rerr& entati\'e Capt. J. W. Bostwick, arrived hereat not a theory and this letter will tell you all about it. ; 1901 ... ... .. ... . .t _- .

Y 9:30 o'clock yesterday morning The First National Bank Savings Department, has inaugurated a system : XewlnuranceinlWl.s ,
late
from DeSoto in the primary,
R and dropped anchor off the navy of savings that is easy comprehensive and practical, and to those who Total Insurance in force
I he'll get there sure. Dec. 31 1901 .. .. -
t yard. Her stay will be short at adopt it, may prove a blessing at some time. It will enable men, women *l -

FEHSAOOLA, JULY 2f. 1902 and children to save small change and large change, small bills and large Notwithstanding the gn r
But the Tampa Hetald brings out Pensacola, as; the cruise altogether
i bills at a time when it can be best spared, and, before you know it, you cial strength of the Society ,
Hon. Robert McNamee as a candidate is i for but ten days and she has to sized bank account. greater security which It- .
"F( K one, we would like to see a have accumulated a good holder thereby enjoy. t>! :, '
s good, healthy republican party in for speaker.1:-. JIcNamee i: call: at five or six ports before returning The Little HOMi: MONEY :SAVKII is a solid steel bank, which is i i are LOW and GUARANTY (F- : si

t tills tate. A party that would make: proved in the late primary what all with her selected crew of 09I I. kept at home and is always; handy. It is so well protected that nothing j ter than given by other tKXOWLES '. .

y the democratic party hustle and his friends; knew before, that he is a !I to New Orleans. I I short of a sledge hammer cm destroy it. The slot through which money I II

than this disgustingaud dijrrdteful -- is deposited is protected by a patented device, so that it i is impossible to I
prevent ;
shrewd and far seeing politician. If I Governor. W. Heard of Louis- II BKOS.{ .
.. wrangling among brethren jolt or pry money out when once placed therein. I
r he enters the race for the ..speakerI :liana, is aboard the vessel and the
t of thv kime political faith," says the I By depo.itinOX: 1! :SINGLI2 DOLLAIf or more if you choose Gl"neral:1"11I...

{ MtJUou! Recorder. That is e. pious I ship he will make it hot for Col. | others are members of the New Orleans with The First National Bank it loans: you one of these little banks and 1309

wi.h, and many good democrats are i jGilchrist.i ;, : ; naval: reserves. i! 1**ties you a bask book with ONI! no 1.1.\ lf OK .M OK I! placed to your !S. Palafox St.. 1'1-\-: :. \ ,

fttt m *: ; rlioiuf.;it, but such a condition i- The =hip is out for target practice I crodit.'hell the bank U handed you it is securely locked and The First -

i not tote expected. The number of i The Ocala: Banner nominates Hon.I :I and Pens'icola: :" the first port at I II National Bank keeps the key. You take it home and drop; your coins or .SANTA ROSA SURFBATHINCJSTABLISHMHT

J ', whtterepabhatnsinthis-tatew'ould: I II Bullock bill. into it a; you can spare them ; bring your little bank and your book
IJ. for
I Riymond speakerI I which she called. She i; commanded i : riKsT NATIONAL B.XIwhere it is unlocked, the
Iii 1(=} not C"L-ti.Uttl au appreciable oppoitiuu : to Till money
I and friends of his i ii icI
ti ;,:.. 'ew i
i?, i f ) willing revive their former ex I i Marion: and other counties; want him I and the roster of officers is: Lieutenant i ii your credit on the bank book. The bank i- then locked up and handedback :Sunday; Fish chowder ev"niiij will:;:. :! Prig b" r \
f J! *
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: :v* perirucetnhpluitiatneuegrovnti. to have it. The Banner further says i : -('omntauder 1{. F. :;pau;en-I : to you. can arrange to havI'

rinall a< it would be under the operation Mr. Bullock is now considering thequetion The little savings accumulated in this way soon ;grow; into mighty! dollars other rffrp.huwutn i
executive ollicer Lieuteuant-
berg, ; .
s of the Australian ballot system.Tin i : which draw intere-t at the rite of 4 per centum per :annum and if you time during thtHt.k a'' !
and will soon deciJe whether 1! terms, :see
C.Vilon chief manager
,. [ Commander R. engineer ,! let it stay there you will soon have HlMHtKDs: 01' iMH.LAIts.This .
(;11.\:" H. l 1:1; '
: execution: of the murderers; he will make the race or not.Speaking ; Lieutenant-Commander J. ;; has proven itself one of the he-t systeim for saving money ever _

r $ Cocke uuJ Lat:derd tie Mississippi : ; i adopted, and is worthy of your attention.
4 last week was followed by vicioiii of tl.e-e two ditinsaishie .i Everybody.. a rl.t: :. >

r threats agiiLrt (J')veruur Longino! I: ;' democrats the Tampa Herald I I Lieuten-ants' ; One Dollar Is All You Need to Start On. fight piece font.of tin* They narth.must But! wi.cbinre t .

f<>r his refusal tc interfere with the I I II I Oake*, -i-taat engineerLieiiten; -
; says : "With Bullock speaker pro tog tit. and ir-1 It.
verdict and -entente of the court I I II :ant J. C. Febiger, ordnance officer ; I Come in and get one of there little home, Inks b<-f" re thf-y aff :ill "nnp. Thos. C. Watson k Co.

;-I't 1 and iiuj>:>u-l'd attempt to punish i tem :and McNamee permanent ;,i Lieutenants 1<;. D. Irvy and Eug: ueChassoignac I Ii Or, if you cannot call send a po-tal card and one of oar: ageut will call have ome particularly flin i .

s him by a-"ol"lh.&tj'll was discoveredand :i speaker, the Hou-e would be honored I I'I' j {I upon you with a bink. to offer just nllal d t' .,
Oimard and
fru..tratetJ.pp 's for executive '!' with two of the uio-t graceful and i iI i I Kusigns von to come and iuve-taz.t: '
'I' E. Murphy, watch ollicer? ; Henry j Von will never regret I.i ,neO. ?:
clemency were reads upon the dignif; pre-iding otlicers that the I, i ii .
I Shaw : P. A. Murphy, I II The First National Bank
I ground that tits; convicts were of I Ii i paymaster ; ---- ---
l ;state has ever had. ,
highly re-pectable: and iulluentiilfaunlie : I surgeon ; Allen King assistant! : =urgeou. -

*, rather than beta se of any i I aUv hear considerable talk of Savings Department. FRANK SECARI'S BATH HOUSE

defect in the evidence or doubt of i -
Hon. Frank Adams of Jasper as a I The ve-s-el, which visited here last: Deep water sea; !bathing. 1.i ._ .
their The !
guilt. nerj'ael disprove* I '
I I$ the claim to respectability and indicate candidate for president of the sen- 'year with a like crew and a like :LIFTED TWO I PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL compartment day, fur white for people ladle( only., with! I:>I; .

V t, that the friends of the Blurs ate. Mr. Adams is an able presid- I ;mission, lay at the navy yard all day tendaut. Neatest be-tandr'I|. ,

drrt-r were, like themselves. lc: .;t to I 1 tog officer aud he i? popular through I i yesterday, and a good many went to I RAILS AT ONCE Third Annual Perein tlegin. Sr|>. cents.bath house in the FRISK city. Ii i '

all .ruse <>f honor and decency and out the state.Democrats. !! the yard and viewed the craft from IPIIIIJ..r 15. 11II: and .;...1.. Cor. Cevallos and Zarrug.-: Sin. ,
i } larking in that respectability which June 1'2: IlliiJ.
the shore. The officers; have been
ttt i re.pectthe admonitions of the law :j i in every city, village: j I I A record never before equaled Ii.i* I
and ahniitt. to its decree I shown many courtesies at the Peu- 134 134 134
_._, !! iLd hamlet of Florida are talking of'! made wharfwhere The aim of this -chool i i. to pro : 134 134
been on Tarragona:
- -- just
f Collius.Don't '' .
sacola Captain .
; yard by vide thorough HKiH :sCHOO.timid -
t (; E\I INK: IIAIt1UNY.r1 : i the phenomenal run made by Hon. j I I the bi.steamshipAugust BelI COLLEGE PREPARATORY in- -15- %

; R. Hudson Burr f.. railroad structi'in. The school i* of 134 134
r I epecwl
commUsioner -
: : Fail This.
to !
Try is
) -<; interest to three elates : Anilmofi'sTelfpbocc.[ .
teexecctlteconnmitteeingeneralI : and his good luckbeing j+1 1I Whenever an honest trial is givento i j Two rail at one time are being 1. Tho-e who having completed; ,
I 134 ; It II lor pnir l'w; .
134
I :. M. Ram of I>uval in particr ; elected in the first primary, though Electric Bitters for any trouble It lifted from the hills hold and placedon the !'radEof the publicchool wish i Tin I ir-
ia I i' : ''to pursue their studies further without .v,- -..- . f
by newrpapers published is recommended for a permanent cure '
he well known
was not near so as' '
I : the cars in waiting with as much leaving home.
: vvuiitiwhose executive committee will be effected. It fails 134 134 134 134 1.34
< surely never 2. These who wi-h, with the aid
I either of the other four candidate'. i.
defied the of the 'Ito ease as; if their weight were but trio -- -- --- .,..
authority state -
; i tone the stomach, regulate the kidneys of the careful individual attention
'e couiir.itti-e, that at its !, Mr. Burr's campaign was managed i' that c IU b"t given in smaller c1.t se- '
body meeting; and bowels, stimulate the liver, 'tlos. I II ; Do j\n want a magnified i
tiic.4nv.itlie; rt-tunu !IHH.ilfi'IlI-I !! by Guy. Metcalf aud all the credit I, the tte II I and a Iouzere,ion, tu advance! for little money? ItStephens -, .
s I' invigorate nerves and purify I This record making was a source
't more rapidly than is po-"ible for the jeweler Hommodate -
j adopted reolutiMtioit'ered! by Mr. i Hof the victory is due to him. Being'a ': bloo,]. It's a wonderful tonic for run 1 of ;great jubil; ition with the railroad them in public -chool : you.

Barr. which rttl-ct great credit newspaper man him..elffr.. Met- down systems. Electric Bitters positively 3. Thorwho are fitting; themselves
I j men, but a new and greater record
I. upon its membership and are calculated ; for college.
cures kidney and liver troubles
,
I calf knew the value of printer's ink. In addition<< to the u-u'tl intruc'tion
when the
i'. to foster :genuine harmonyamong : i is expected new patentcranes :
stomach disorders, nervousness sleeplessness in Mathematics.Hn- EVERYHOUSEVIFE x
English.
; Mr.L'urr'splatform. hi:* picture and '
i { ; democrats throughout the :' rheumatism, neuralgia, and are put to work in coal. tory. Geography, I.11i n. etc.. instruction -
?R entire date. The resolutions follow : the announcement of his candidacywas expels malaria. Satisfaction guaranteed A large number of people were on i* oifr-red, H':tf'ini '/'
:. ""'htor,,:!*. The democratic primary : printed in every county in the by \V. A. DAlc-Diberte, druggist. in Greek, French German aud Spanih. -
I the wharf yesterday to see the vessel
The school i is conducted at thecorner
election !>elJ throughout the Only ;Ho cut.BASEBALL, '
state, and: he was elected. The othercandidates of West G ddeu
and
:Spring
celestial! the
its crew new ship
If ;. ; of Floiida
i ;.jl ptate on the 15th day of I streetin a building which i is to
: did advertise
I't' July. A.1). IS!*i.*. have been held a: ., not and CAME AT owned by the L. & N and its working be arranged; to adapt it e-ptcially to i!I Needs a Bottle

J of .Jjearly in compliance with the pro | failed: 10 reach the home plate.' *. Among the visitors were numerous the need of the -ehool. II i

y .: vi.ion-> of the call therefor made by They'll know better next time. resident and visiting railroad The number of pupil in attend j I of Turpentine !
'' THE BEACH YESTERDAYThe ance limited.. Hence those desiring -
thi committee as could have been I:I i men. ; admittance should comtnunic-ite: whether I I for Cleaning P<-d-

k reasonably expected under all the i[ The Tampa Tribune says : Mr. J. t :as early as possible with the Princi 1 Clothe.*, or for tiui"f I
h 'j I 1 :Puts, Bruises, or anythn.Everybody ,:
circumstance
considering; that Emmet \Vulfe, a brilliant lawyer of Saves a Woman's Life. pal.For .
(ii.tuts, Jrs., and Happy Dan I I II further infonuation.termandcatalogue knows the v.ilii' 'I'i
it I* the lir-t election l
primary held i Pensacula is a cindidate for attorney would have meant address Spirits; he' TurpPtltlnp. and i: '
: I To have given 1 1I
e utult-r the provi-tous of the democratic : crossed bats at Palmetto (Beach Sun- I up H. CLAY ARMhTRONo, 1 to get the genuine artu-U-' .
J general. This gentleman is the l death for Mrs. Lois Cragg, of Dor
; it i- theBuffalo
platform, Principal orPEK'IVALJI.WHALEV. by
adopted by the i ; diy morning; (> ultin in a victory put up
I democratic state convention htld ate unanimous choice of the btr and the 'chester, Mass. For years she bad .. JR.,
i! for the former by a score of S to 5. A--i-tant.i
; Jacksonville in June, A. D. I'.KKj; ': people of :South: Florida I I( endured untold misery from a severe
l and, i The line-up was as follows: lung trouble and obstinate cough.
i i THE POLITICIAN.
# L-, "Whtrea. The slight irregularities : -- OL\\1sJR hl'PYIS i' "Often" she writes, '1 could scarcely .

4 lit and variation from the call a.. i| Men Will UP Bo>,'. C. Touart . .c. . . Couners | breathe and sometimes could notspoak. The 11REGISTRATION; will be
'
t made by this committee appear to i!' In the excitement of a lively exercise Kiley .p..C. \V. P.eirueI : All doctors and remedies failed opened at my otHc in flIP courthouse

4 I lIt Touart .. .. ..lb. . C. New Discovery in Pen-acoh Fla..
r have been caned by mi"understands :i like boat-racing or ball-playing, I BerginPurdy (, till I used Dr. King's commencing

; and honest dillerencej of con ': they will strain their mu-clesaud ;o i: .2b. Williams | for Consumption and was completelycured. the first Tuesday week in August.
s I three day in each -TueidayThnrdiy
ibtl I struction. and have re-ulted in no home limping and *ore. Then they > Rlach..8b..J.: Bergin ( ." Sufferers from coughs, colds, : and Saturday.
1
e harm to the primary election .y*. :are :glad; they have Perry DaviePainkiller Levi .55. RupertA. throat and lung trouble need this I find the old registration book

i' tern ; now therefore, 1 on hand to soothe the Touirt . .If.. .. .. Brown I i grand remedy, for it never disap- badly copied and will say

;e t "H(' it resolved by the Florida! democratic quivering nerves; to penetrate themuscle' Pine.rf. Flores ': ponts.; Cure is guaranteed by \V. A. to those who have had any trouble

t iii. state committee, That it i i-j I with warmth and healing Poidevant .cf. J. Touart D'Alemberte, druggist,. Price, 5'c : registered by their name on the not bookthat being properly : if Mfg Co.

.. 1 t a the 'i'iiii"ii of tins committee that power. It ha. relieved the pain of :Score by inning : and $1.00. Trial bottles free. i! they will call at my office on the

F the democratic people of Florida two generations .,American--. (iiants Jr-. . .:t 1 1 1 U U 2 \o o- ; days named I will correct all ;such who Guarantee it .ib*oleo i i.. ;i'

i: Ij i are to be coiuratulatcd upon the sucftful Large bottles 25 and 5o cent-. Happy Dan- .u u u I u U 0 I U -8 :\1oTIALT ha a marvelous !! errors books in and proper do my shape utmost for tIP to! ;get cenerul the Only 10 Cents a Bottle.

: i initiation <.f the primary jietetic value. While refre-hing : election. T. N. A.Supervisor h\\I".

tlt-cti.'ti-y-tenlinthi4ttte.andthef MONTGOMERY COUPLEWEDDED KNICHTS OF PYTHIAS. maid pleasant to take, it helps assimilation -if Registration County.
All kinds chair and
l-i unifotm l.oue-ty and fairness with of food Sold by __ __ jyllc.d! of
Pen-acola Lodge. No 3. K. of P.-
Y' ,, hih the results of such primary HERE Reguhr;; ineeting Monday! night DANNHEIssER: : BROS. rocking chairs at Marti'M

tlectiou have been :accepted July :!&, at S ,,'clock.Il'rnLtr.= are I FAMILY SEASON TICKETSAT $ Qidna's. Prices are cry(

11 i throughout the .-tat. and that the --- -pteially rtque-ted to be present. i Just received a New Lot of Boy' SICARI'S BATH HOUSE low.
Work in the rank of Knight the "
return from the primary election as by i! White :Straw: Hats, worth 50o, >: -
seuatorialTeam. Member ------ --
of inter
:i '; held in the several counties of this Miss Roalyn OJell of :Montgomery : lodges; and visiting brothers* = cordially and 81.00. to be closed cut at 'L;j)5:

1 }; ; Plate, a* made to this committee, who has: Iven vi-iting here, : invited. and 4": cents. Win. Johnson & .5on.If Frank SJgari will issue", lot family GO TOeOE'S

I H. A. LEE C. C. season tickets: for bath at hn splendid -
', rliall be accepted a'thoughaid; : primary ; sprang :a surprise on her friends thisI ; BOOKSTORE-
X 1 I 1 HENKY HOKSI.EK. K. R. H. a Man Lie to You bath hou-e. for a family of one
[ : electionhad been held in all : morning by wedding! Mr. John Morigan -
.,l + mpeet. in strict compliance with I RATHBONTSISTERS. And say some other salve, ointment, to three at 11.50 for thenon and
i of her home Mr.
city. Morgan
.
from three for two
for of
a family up
healer ii
the call of thi committee. 'lotion, oil or alleged as good
t'' k !' "Be it further resolved That it i is: came here yesterday to vi-it Mi- Magnolia'fenlple: No. 4, Ruhbone as Bucklen's Arnica Salve, tell him dollar These season: ticket* will S.nth P .C :l
: Sister, held a very important meet- entitle the family to bath whenever
decided
Odell aDd they that there marvelous of
of this of cures
IN the (opinion committee that all luc n. t@rdaft..ruool. All mem- (I thirty years
democrat in Florid i should now accept I was no time like the present to complete i bets-are notified that a reirular: meet- !! Piles, Burns, Boils Corns Felons they wish throughout the -ea=on. HammocksTo

I .{ : the primary election ;system as their happiness.The :iinjrwill be held next Wednesday i:I Ulcers, Cuts, Scalds, Bruises and Skin 2ijlm: make you Couif'-r ib't :,
I : night, July ")tt. at 7'W: o'clock.
institution It's the best and
established rut and Eruptions
au marriage: took place: at 9 Initiations will take pi ice and other I I prove FINE STATIONERY.C. Novels.
t work together harmoniously, regardle I very important bu-iue will be cheapest. 25 cents at W. A. D'Alem-
o'clock this morning at the home of ,
; r ) <* of and forgetting any and all transacted. I berte's drug store. Hp"t Writers at Small: -'.

j a, pa't ditffimce, and see that the } Mr. Palmer Newton, 52, East Govj Degree; staff rehearsal at T p. m. I -- V. Thompson No. 11 South

; ; t cut legislature shall amend the j eminent street Rev. J. M. Dan- ,I,' sharp. :MRS. J. C. WILI.UMS. j I This weather makes the Palafox: street, ha: jost! opened :a Kodaks.

1 ; prhimy t'lectl.ml.iw #o as to to rr.). 1' nelly. pastor of the Palafox: : Metho- :MRS. EDITH :M-E.NVEK. M. E. C. grass grow. You can buy new supply of Linen and Bond Pocket, Stereo; and Pa[.' r I.. 1
legal registration before M. R. C.
{ "tI Tide for a i dirt church officiating. keen cutting Lawn Mowers Papers, white blue and gray with
the h'JIJlnIf primary election*. I i 1 Baseball Goods. I
i I! Mr. and Mr- Morgan left on the OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S and Grass Shears from the Envelope to match. Oxford Mz,,; ; .
most effectively '
to protectthe
and M' It" Bit, Masks, Glove! a.d }: tit" :
secrecy the houe-ty and the integrity ;112lo train for Nashville and other Willis Hardware Co's.CA.STOIILIA.. I also Foretell i Mail Tablets with Envelope -

:; I of the primary election h 111 l- point* on their honeymoon trip. Fiae oysters today. Try them. -- to match. Ink. Pencil Fishing Tackle.

>t. and prevent and runiii! fraud, NIC APohT1.E. Penholders, Bhnkbo k*. File: etc.. Lines, Hooks. pob.- t
i > Intimidation and all manner of corrupt i Men' :and Boys' straw Hats for -- --- ---- Man tk' irs tad: rat tt3e l'aar' !I,4aleas
1 Garden hose at the Willis etc., always on baud.
half this + J.nl'l.Lc'.J. .f
in cnnection withyrlmary less than! price week at nn 4--- THE *
practice -I.
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1 Hardware Co's. ; Phone 2n.: *
l ,! elections." Win. Johnson don's. Fresh stock. 11..1-




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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY. JULY 28.1902. l

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President: F. C. HORTONCashier ; THE WEATHER t .11 I Ii
.. Cf, | .iltEVice-President; M. E. CLARK Au't Cashier. .
I. 1 con.don.sod Statement of the I i ;



NATIONAL BANKOF TODAYi,

AMERICAN I i I III' The beer that made

PI: r.ACOLFLORIDA, AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS JULY P3. 1902. Local Forecast-Generally fair tonightand Milwaukee famous 1
II'
Tuesday; light to fresh southwest
(From Report to Comptroller.) windi.
You drink some; beers that cause bilious headache. Perhapsyou

think that all beers do.
R.E OunCE. LIABILITIES. Temperature in Last 24 Hour:

',," . ...... ..... ... .. .... 1351,693.79: Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... $200.000.00 Maximum ..... ?_......_.......... .. ... degreei The cause of biliousness is the lack of age -too much hasteto
> ?.-. .. ..... ...... ...... .... 29.98667! Hurplua Fund... ...... .... .... ..... .. .. .. 10,000.00 Minimum....?..?....... _....... ..?..i"degrees put the beer on the market. To ferment beer thoroughly

. .. .... ...... .. ...... .... 1,876.90! ; Net Profits ...... ...... ...... .... .... .... 7,612.72 requires a of months. Without it the fermentation takes
!. .uid Premium... .... .. .... .. bu,250.00 Rediscounts...... ..... ... .. ...... .... .... 19500.00 Temperature Elsewhere : process
Itfo-, etc... ...... .. ... ...... 2,625.00 Circulation...... ...... .. ...... .... .... .... 75,000.00 Max. Min. i place in your stomach. That is the cause of biliousness.

,.d Fixtures.... ...... ... ...... 6,718.43 Deposits ...... ..... ...... ...... ..... ..... 341,973.57 Atlanta_ _.... ............... .. H> I\W Hurried beer is unhealthful. Schlitz beer is kept for monthsin
. ...... .... .. .. .. .. .. ...... 499.12! Bismarck ..... ..................?...-?-Hi Ii! i
I Xl"'. tu/e...... .. .... ... ... ...... 13,451.27f657.0b6.2a I Chicago. ..?. ............... .......... f\Ii M refrigerating rooms with a capacity of 265,000 barrels -kept
r ___ Cincinnati.............____..II:2 ":2
I Galveston_ ...... ... ._.__ M "i: almost at freezing point until it is well fermented. Schlitz beer is
\ 657QbG.29 Huron.?...._. .. ......-..- M II:! i
Jacksonville ..........._.. .. _Hi 70 I never marketed until thoroughly aged.
:it ,ipenel for business October 2:1,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give Kansas titr: _...... .. .?...?....._ M m
MiEpt, courteous and careful attention. Key West....................?............ W M: CALL FOR THE BREWERY BOTTLING. \
; Memphis_................. _...... W 71
Mobile ?. ........._............._..... !M 71
-I PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Montgomery ................. ........ w 72Xaor .!
___ .. llrlafkno... _..e................. .. .kit"' ?._>
Sew York....._. ..... ..... .._.__. 74 70Savannab Never CausesBiliousness
I ........._ ............ 71 72Bt. :
surf bathing. There will be another Louis ...............................VO' 71

B H FAIRCHILD, excursion some night this; week REAL ESTATE For-Over-Sixty-Years.- :

c 1rjOLBP1 ILIrtAT : See Win. Johnson & :rsou's big ad lot WISSLOW'S HOOTHISG SYRI'P has El
been used lor over sixty years by mtllionsol
ROMANA STREET. on ladies' Oxfords and slippers in ; mothers for their children while teething
I TRANSFERS''' wltn perfect success. It soothes the child
I RefinIshing Furniture a i iSpeClalt1. this I issue of TilEEv ; also local soltensthe gum-,sllajs all paincures wind LEWIS BEAR & CO. .
: lines offering straw hats at half colic and Is the best remedy Diarrhoea !. ,
.
i It will relieve the poor little sufferer Immediately.
I price. These :are bargains: you Hold by Druggists in every carl Sole for West Florida '
'iiono4OC' *. I of the world. Twenty-live cents a bottle, Agents ,
should not miss.Acting transfers Be: sure you ask for"M rs.Window's !Uootb- 1
I .>'-Y.\RICH' ng !Hyrup," and take no other kind inI
K. WHITE Chief of Engineers A. i .. county .
R. '
52525252S'2.525r S
(I, Mackenzie, tJ. S. A., has notified II. ":" lC::; 1-: realty were recorded NAVAL STOKKS aiAUKKT.imported I i \

1LiiIIfartoriogJewtierrdaatc Senator Mallory that the building of ..:. ...... ; during the weekg1 /J : .

Optician, the fluU.tNiu; died e for 1'ensacola 'r- ending Saturday DAily for The News ll' m I
Union Naval Storm (Jo. ..1 ( !1 ; .
harbor has hten authorized and that ': ''?.. :; JulGth. : all of ,, dfi :
I'rnatula, 11. I .I':.,._" ROHIS.EXPORTS.. : I' :
the plans are now being preparedby which !
I t o/. i are reported ww 1a 51' H.......... ........#1 ill -
-.- v v- I Capt. J. C. Sanford, corps of en- '.- 7 for 'I'm'EWS by j WU..._.... ... .. :s y.) j..... .............. 1 a"s :

irineer, at Charleston who! has bten Thos. C. Watson & Co., rE'alestate ..-. ._.. ... ._. 1I" F......._......_ 1 2:; ] I ,

urged to pu..h the work. agents: I I i M ...... ................ "Iii E.... ..... ....._. 1 .hl I I \ ;ij

\ I Mrs. N. J. McCurdy et al to Mark | K _. ... .............. 2 5,') D ..... _.?_ ..... 1i! 1 :
J'S toTEsJ Bake lulu Your Shoes r........... ........ ..... 2 IO\ C; It b..low..... 1 I I"SPliUTS I 2SHSZ5ES EE EE EEESiSENSATIONAL : -
!L \ McCurdy 1V'1-1 of n e''l-t, sec 5, tp' TUJl.P&STiN! - --' --
Allen's Foot-Ea, a powder. ItI I ;5 u, r :'M\ w-?:;;O. -- : --
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cures painful, yinartin,.;, nervous feet Mark McCurdy and wife to W. M. ''
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,II-ft'r ticketwasIcetrh and inirowin; },' nail, and instantly IcClrllyune property*IiI: ). MARITIME. SALE

: CH takes thetiug! out of corns anJ bun- J. J. 1['oton and wife to Henry H Hr

ve'I I iU5. It's the greatest comfort discovery Hamilton-Lot 1, block Wb, East :

of the :a;{e. Allen's Foot-j i King: tract-$50.Oenevieve .
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receive !. For July to date.. .. ......1 >:71'
4 !1\11I'\ ; hi* Ease makes tight or new shoes feelea P. Parkhill to W. M. r
:
; .it the 1'l>n..a'oh : =y. It is a certain cure for -weat- McCurdy-All interest in s e'a of n e !I AKKIVEl) AT UI'ARANTINE. I NTINUt! r FOB R DNS WttK@Ri! i

:. -re frKi-soniK coal ;!: ing, callous and hot, tired, aching: 1-t. sec 6, tp ;5 u, r 3() w-*!. '!,! Nor order life Noreg, 13W. Hjoruben, Cape Townto

r :alOlIt U I".J etch it fo Sold by all Wm. All interest .
feet. Try -iliay. Barre to McCurdy- AHKIVED.USStranier. ,

red, was sfiven a''! druggists and hoe; store Don'tl I II in ne'4 of ne1 of sec ;5, tp 5 n, I navy yard ps,a..ni.from!Sunday Sew Orl..ltns.arrlnll

I before Justice accept any substitute. By mail for r 30\v- a.3J.: I '
I I I ) WILL CONTINUE FOR ANOTHER WEEK THE SKNSA-" :

on a charge ofL L;, i'5c. iustamp;. Trial package FREE E. W. Perry et al to ame-X E 14 I SAILED WE' VALUE-OIVINO HALEOF St'MMEIl DRESS::;: FAille

lie wa dis- i: Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, of n e''I-t of sec 5, tp ;.1 n, r :'M; w-$50. I It 5S I'min,Guano! ,Genoa arid LeghornI If you fail to take advantage: of the many choice materialduring this I I

i' X. Y. ---- I Same to W. M. McCurdy E ,'4 week the opportunity will have passed, for every yard l left :-ifer Saturday :
I Men's and llojV Straw Hats for of ne'3see5tp5ar30w-Ri0.' ::; I ('LEA HD.II from sale .
f te! creditorI1. I will be withdrawn at the=e price.*
"., will b* ('I: I less than half price this week at D. '1'. McCall et al to l'5allleame I II It for ss Genoawtth1isibbls 1'inin. 1W5. Guano by rosin Gulf, nt TransitCo bol- i

Win. Johnson tk Son's. Fresh stock. as above* ,,'. turpentine, \M! tons phosphate, valued at I! While they Last your choice
R. f.-rat- 1K: !U-M.I17 fur a MI tons !
.1 I i ; Leghorn phosphate I II "
: I I !Same to Wm. lcCurdy-X E I.4 of valued at*loiHm, ; total l'i,117. ; 250 yard tI
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\uju-ti5 j jA i
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: L. I: Kr ss ncllllloor.adllUunal Nazaire.! of patterns at .
n sec 5, 5 :30: -$5ti. 'I;: j jI
n r w
ill! t! .- .IP- :: LONGSHOREMAN et' tp I :22 owl s ft lumber valued at f-Tl I I II
W. D. Clipley (trustee) to P. & A. I r.rbkHaerimner, IDH. iiuodall. hv K\ PIshotterCo ti
!'] 1 for hamburg, with II. "'! hhU i i i '
R. R. Co.-Part of arpent lots 07 and I rostn."t btila turpentine, valued at $'(',""-''"" 100 DOZEN LADIES' AND CHIL EMBROIDERIES FOR ONE DAYDREN'S :
.\: I IiIdw "- HURT TODAY i I Am bkt Herbert A.I"ulI..r, W7. Xasn bv
(GK j Old '
City-$75. 1 Jno A Merrltt A Co for New York.lth I
I :: '. I I \ -- I G. W. Gonzalez to Mrs. Edna U.lilocker !!!1i."MI i ft lumber HOSE.Absolutely ONLY i.
Am 5' I'ensai'ola.')vs. Leech by Gulf
-- !0 by 150; ft, fronting on Transit ('0 for 1'anipico. with 'Jjii; I toga coal.valued ,
I' 'ranknow.: colored wa- hurt by : al $J..'$..2! Fast; HI uk. H.ixi'i+ \ rfrd- f Heaiitiful Ktnbr: "icleri .
. .. 'vingins rail from the August i I Gad-den street, of block ;32; Belmont i I .-. .II'l'lal.alll" >.f \\.tl'l! I is i- f! ,
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I s-ller .
w I Regular lOc ? C
tract-fl.AlgerStilllvan .. and \Idc( .
: :,,'" lEeiinont this morning at 11 o'clock |I \oriCE TO MRINKK'I: 'I II I, MONDAY, JC Pair
Lumber I
.. lit was taken to his home, on Belmont : Co. to Commander J H Hull. Inspector the Special for Monday 5c yard.
; TrU-tees M 1. E. Church :Oouth-j5 by Seventh Wghtbnusadlsirtet, has issued the <
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between Alcaniz and D ivistreets following cflliMal! notice: |
: be- 133: :! ft corner of 3rd and B street, i heni-acoU Hay and tntranc.-Sa'y 1 arj I 50 DOZEN ALL LINEN HUCK
in the patrol wa;on. LACES
'! outtr bank tinny N oI.. a second-class cl\n. LINEN SHADED TORCHON f
', ii iiiii mi I'! The tnaii'* injuries are not of a *erious Century, Fla.-{1.Thoi. i was established June 2:1! itsr. c>u the j
by Kvan-: Watson and wife to W. L. 1 I follow Ing betirings vU: I TOWELS.
nature. t User Point lien.-on Llht E. by X. I AND INSERTINCS. l i :
Y.irk City :| AdU115-I."t 14, block 142, East Kingtract I P..nia..olal.llht.Uou..W.S\\.W. I I Extra Lar,;e size and Never Sold ;
I Itot. End \\.lleoal' wharf navy yard, N. .
All are I i That tired feeling is a burden you we-t of Palafox street-$25.!: ttt. 'I for Less than 15c. For Oi.e I\I..v Only. Moiuliy, ynii tl. ,
This buoy U placed at the southeasterlypoint 1 Oc each -, h.ive tli. ..
I u NIJ colli-c-\ Chas. 1 E.: Raymond and wife to I MONDAY, in at .
need not carry.: llood'sSaraparillawill : of the five-fathom curve oil 1'ensaeula I
4talld glllld''j, rid you of it and renew yourcourage. I II Maud :\lcDonaIJ-I.ot 2, sec 31, tp (H! chora navy yard ground and iiiarks for deep the draught channel vessels.SOTICfc to au-! Hotel and Hoarding, H,,UH, Keep5c yard. 6 yards for 25c ..

(I i I I I1r31w-112u.\ ers here's your Oppoituuity'' 1! t
Marcellus McCreary and wife to : nr 'I'j vard- >r !'s
iti rtcwiKineiuUi : I II TO NANISERI.ItegulattonsnftheMarine I
REACHING NORTHERN Juo. F. H 'an-West liKj feet of lots '
15 DOZEN TURKISH BATH : ; Ii
i iidy, you wish Hospital :>er- ;
to 10. \block Hehnont tract fronting vice require the inspection of vessels from WHITE qUILT SPECIALS : $
ab-oltitcly\ punui I foreign ports via domestic ports north ofsoutbern
SEEKERS
HOME 1H feet on De Soto' street 120 TOWELS.
by I ,
I Maryland but via such ports! at
C.tpt. J.ie'b Kry- We c muni- mir W'sitt! /' 1.rf'ltdBlp.achedu .
i feet on Uarcelona street*!*)X). j i Kbip Island where full pratique is given
I Saltfor 1 for a southern port.lnptctJun I not Exceptional Value at !
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There too prerequisite
you I North and South, monthly I Imlilzin Nathan IJrantUy and wife to Wm. to entrance, } .,.1.25: fpreartk. III,., i I :.
-t bra lid; and the( ', will devote its entire cur- I : !- I
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Fi.her-Lot5Ia and 14, block 4, West,, f1.4' : Spread .1| II 6
nk. and i ice cull I j rnnt IUB; toVet Florida. The im- i yiTll'E. i'I MONDAY they are J2 'each $2 < fpreail . . .11 j ;{& 1
>u thfe warm days. : migration department of the L. & X. King tract-$10.P. The Marine Hoopltal Service has hsu"d', or $1 50,( per doz. 2 $250 I "Spremt 1 . . .. . f 111ti|
U H. pub+crib.. for many thou-und K. Y ouge, trustee, to Richmond the follow inn: I
t'oasttngvesels which are known and
i" polite and four- copies, which it circulates: throughout ; Simmons-East'J-5; feet of lots 19 to which are m regular trade with Florida I I I. '
,1-- VOn feel cunttsues the North in reypon-e, to 111quiries from domestic ports of the I'mted States fi
'| from prospective home "Hk- to 22, block Iii; West King tract- may enter without detention or Inspectionwith BARCAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT .".." l''
the understanding if sickness of f'
it-r-s. As these copies jjr direct to $l50. any character wnatsuever shall develop i, ,
.i i.. Mt-rd.iy under I those interested, it follows that tile I Samuel Pasco, Jr., and Henry Beb.linger during the voyage to Florida ports shall All Over Our Store' you will Find Miuiln-: Kmjr: t ',

i lament of J. E. I medium is valuable to thosp who to Wm. Fi-her-I.t3 13 and report to and the disposition.quarantine' officers for inspection I ,0&.0& Department, too laimeruu.. mention h>-1r.. ('''hU', f J '

attended of I wish to reach those interested in get the pick blight and rally. i ; 1 j
't-t 14, block West King tract-f 10.
properties'! or hornet in the South. A I i
..luIt\ -ft .I'lu-re for I limited amount of advertisiui will I I'. A. Saranas and wife to R. W. i THE SHIPPING. ..,.,_.. .. _______.....u._.. -- t t t ;

,..,( ttioti to carry he accepted for this i i-sue. Rate: ? : :Oublett-lij feet on Chase! street byI2i .

hi trip nit in the I 1 leading matter: 5 cents per word ; I !; feet 011 Hayleu street of arpent j i VWSKLH I\ 1'OKT I '

I lushly fiij-iyeil, !order.diplayM AUdre-s:!ii> per inch. Cash with I lot 3". Old City12250.Alria '',| P.r AU lIst L''hnont,2e7 ITt.AII.III1': .Rogers, to LAN I W. J. & B. FORBES. 'I '

:.it iliiiwdererved C. C. I'ArK\Ki, : Wrtodruif! and husband to islt I[ I IIf
I I I I Hr t'arikbrook I I'i-'ni: Wallace, to Keyser I
/ -rition and! the It* Penacola, Fla. I II II I|: Ja;. H. Jones-Lots 5, 6,11 and I 12, Co i! :
II I' Century, Fla-5135.Sebastian I; : Am l'.Il."colaII.t..eh., to Gulf '[ra.n. ''Ia

.......... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .............4.AIIi I \ Antone and wife to Ja;:. silt It 0'limn. l' t-\ ,. "\: 4k T I span !'rl.ntol"a; I olun toCaryio 4 1
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.
t C.'at''onJo :321 f'etn! lots 7 to Spanivina.. l1."!. llulz to Gulf Transit < slSatisfaction ;

+ 10 block 20, West King Tract?i l.j.: Co. "HII';. i I I IKus I I

.\ FRESH SIIIP MIENT; OFM1TH ,| Gabriel Bev'rett to Wm. C. Monroe Kndymion: 1>J, FellerMii. to I'.a.irs. i I and Servicen 1 :

... ''' 45 by 150 feet of block 59!l. East DuuwodyACoKus I
III ;; :d : HARK;
: Kin tract*:!;jfJ.J .Yu..tralia. .Mi. F aversion to order I .\ \'i i: M 1 IIH: f I i!
:\=. C. Watson to Uishop of Mo- Nor .\""lIIor... lni.1 Hanst-n. to order "

I-I'L; H Ms..i blip--Lnt-i 11., S and 14 to 20, block t to Nor W S Alexander Ke)...r.t I Lawrence"o IISlla.nerseii.. ; I

'I >; 12;5. New City-$1250.; Nor Nor Hugo Kuaro.. "1\1.h'"Haiisscu.. Nielsen,murder to order, i & Boston Shoe Store Shoes ""ot i.. ,. [

III .. --. .- .. J. 1>. Itiasen to Bishop of Mobile Nor Manna. II't1Larsen.MSLCo. I 1.! !
f" I. i Nor Nuldenksjuld, ;*7. :NeiUeu to Fri I'OITI.AIC. : .
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.-----.- -- -" Lots 373: }!?ai I; :il) and :m7, Old City- |' Schrever I t J .j
,!, } r\. Itr aenniDer.lJil.GoodHll.toonler, II
: a i Nor junt:: "ain. H.IJ. Andersen to orderIt The eye i j is satisfied with the "tyie an I finish ; the foot i- lti.fl|-.I with the
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Ihomas sji';{ Lauro.
tl) orderINRRE'TIE.
lUST RECEIVED.t From Hut t'l ('old.Dysentery :. perfect fit and absolute comfort ; the pur.! -atNBel with ,i fair '

1 Am Hl'rb..rtI"ull..r.. W, Said, to order for .-upi.rior hoes that will give better irvicthan : .,.
= i i" prevalent everywhere ,.cuor-E6.. I I tho'e purchasedNewhere.' I t
F RESH FLORIDA SYRUP j I in summer and is due to miasmaticI I 1 Br Maliel Darling, Ill. Albany, to Simpson II I i I ti : lit litprice
t '
I I poisons, and begins abruptly with A1 o !:' I
Br l'nson.7.F'oter. to masterNeed
!i intlunmation of the mucous lining ------. BOSTOFSHOE"STORE ''t
PER GALLON. = 1 of the large bowel. In America the I : !
f GALLON JUGS, 75cts i disease: I is common but properly j! More Help. I II > t: j

-.- I treated does not result as seriously i Often the overtaxed organs of diges- I I' .
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IIANDM, : i, in the tropic. Perry Davis' Painkiller thou cry out for help by dyspepsia's NAT1IAX <:. '" HI : I, l'ruprictnr. !
\vi is", the best known remedy and ; };,''II
pains IIw'I i// I
nausea, dizziness, headaches, ; !
in the
tllicacious treatmentof
J :v1 F. Gonzalez & Co's Corn Meal = the dysentery.most liver complaints and bowel disorders. I. Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street. ,i f.I .i )

Such troubles call for the prompt use i

lx'r.n..I\'II.Y. ICE-COLD MELOXS of Dr. King's New Life Pills. They TIm SANTA UOSA j Eishinfackleofallkin1Lv 'j. I 1 ;.1

AT GARFIELD'S.. are gentle thorough and guaranteed'to Sl'Itl8.THlSH KSTAIiLISHMKNT: !! and goo(1 crall nets at i;,e 1 t j

ISOL'CAHNJ CO. Grass-Shears- --that---will- cut berte's cure.drug 25 store.cents atV.. A. D'Alem- | Hathin in the warm gulf waters i h Willis llflrdwllcr Ca4. t 4 ;t tt 't

& conceeded to be the finest in the f t'
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close, at the Willis Hardware \! world. Everythingforplea=ure with : VIRCINIA COLLECE
Ju-t received a New Lot of Hoys' safety. Oood board and lodging, by a i' ft'ur

Co's.Elegant. .. .. White :Straw Hat, worth cOe. 7Je the day or week. Luncheon promptly I "Ol."tH:" IA Itl.."'. (Uu.n..k. V.,. { ;
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AND FANCY GROCERS, served at all hour, day or ni ht.i ripens s.pt h t .a ...... .If to. t t
: and II (K), to be closed ", 1.'lnc
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china closets, out at 2 3-1 CHARLES H. HPKTON, j schools for 1'ours I.SI"s n larMaut eI t I
and 4-;* cent*; Wm Johnson & 1'5')0.I I I New bullc1ullI' pianos ..','1 "'4uI _a&. I
J ner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. sideboards and leather- -.- 2m-tf Manager.; Campus tpn aer.s i.rarldnountaa.r.n.. !
- ry ID \1111. Ctl S fani. f' ,
a. d tor b.alul t .
Marston C.A.B'1.1I0 :lA. f'ilVp.r'' ropeso and ....., ... I'I'i
\ seat chairs at # Am..Q& Pull roars. _
Pcnsacola Fla. I The finest line of sterling )1tlnciltlon
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c 178. L.t s" "on the lha KI d Los Has '"!"'" 'OII4'r\'III01"IIII\.n'.II'" N .n,t .
0 i Ouina'sLow prices; easy goods", and silver novelties I H to be Ll4drnli I" in ,,1\ 1<11.1.... .
8:6sacro I Iof For tataloa. .. l ...
s .A< J1 found at J. I. !Stephens'. Prices to a.I.i r.

":\ .......... .. .... \payments. I I please all. M.-\11-1. t' ii-tIU.I "! Prwidr.t, .
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY. JULY 28,1902


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WOMEN MECHANICS. I A MAN AGAINST A NATION. I r -


II Ponndrlf. and Machine Shop Where The Mont Cnrloa European War ci.-- HELENA
IItt's Pills!
} 1 I, They Earn Good Wages. That Ever Was Waged. !I Young Milwaukee Society BLAV,1

.11 The natural result of taking! away The most curious European war ever I -- -
from them nearly all the work that waged was that which In the sixteenth I --

I women formerly dd at home and stimulate the TORPID LIVER century, the iierind of the reformation I j KX: thousand; cured .
1g\IfQ\ strengthen the digestive >! I women Lave written .''', i t. .
transferring it to shops and factories, organs und the renaissance, was carried on ]
regulate the bowels, anti arc unequaled 'I to tell Low Wine of U
qLi i where it is done by machinery, is that as aaANTIBILIOUS single handed for between five and six Carilui: bestows the j .. t. "1M

women follow the work into the shops years between a bankrupt grocer of blessing of, health on every y V. ,I' I ,, .

and factories. To assist in making the MEDICINE, IVrlin and the elector of :Saxony, who woman who takes it. rich .' .

machines! and appurtenances employed In malarial districts their virtues are was the most powerful German prince II and poor alike. Mrs. 1

in the shops is only one more step, and widdv recognized as they po< tss of the iieriod. The grocers name was Helena BlaTt0.. 123: : Seventh : I ,1-I : ,

that step some of the girls! have already peculiar properties in freeing the 1 Uaus Kohlhase, and the immediate i Street Milwaukee, HI I"r "
from that
system poison. Elegantly Wi!.. 13 one rf the young; t4t tat! .
taken.In sugar coated. i cause of the quarrel was the arresting "
I women whom Wine of
_ a beautiful region: of New York I of two of his horses in the elector's j Cardui In 1411. Rl .
Take No Substitute.- I Ii I l la: ? rescued from a life .
state, a place where the air and water | territory, he being: a subject of the of suffering. She writes y.. 1I,',. l H t: j:11" 4 '
1
: b..Jtb II
I are as pure as they were at creation's elector of Itrandenbur! Failing to jet j ;:
Jl t a:1',1' n.' st ..r 1.:.OP gr.is! able un- I "Tint. of Cirdul Is certainly 'worn ''chan. t. Ul'\J. "I1 .
morn, where smoke! and dust do not I redress, he adopted what was then a .1 < .
Ut'
ease ue imt
sunshine d.! r ; < "<"I! eii-'StIc.n. ti, turn out r.,<.H.tJ I outto women'l bat f ritnd and I i
as )'ett.iI the so that mortal perfectly legal: expedient and declared am Ftud the IJII'.ut.ruaJ lI..w .' .

BEAUTY TRIUMPHS {( eye never sees its true brightness, to 4.1 a dsj : of the larger, more com- formal war on the realm of Saxony. give my experience: with ft. A few I relieved i/f the .1l&lft.4.r t

,ti s r, 'Tl m Pflctlett Treasure.r there is a ,great: milk condensing plant, !>li -iii-.l, (II:. s. r.o: !iiay. The workis I The declaration was accepted in due months ago I caught a severe cold, hav I In tle .yrtaa. mA1', .

4. (' us v h w.)mtn's! greatest charm. Th one of the largest of ail. A few women i."t so clean or so light! as making form, and the war bepan. I i lag bun out in inclement wutherwbicb ''vr "!* trot? &!I.II.> *.:, I

), ,world\ lort-i beautiful women. A pretty are employed in it, and scores of women 'h: cans, but is a< well paid. The extraordinary part of the story |I settled all over me, particularly in the I nnb""l w.uuan who' '. I '
t Wtmien! :tl''' employed! ii I !:i MtBib ... .1.. ,.
dr-t.!, it intheir preferenceto i -
# 'im..n ni.ternityforfearof losing come driving;: to every day is that the grocer kept the war up for i abdomen I
mei! for the making of the be- was in almost constant F.1io.j I to un.rti! > a ph,!. .AU'. .
the rVhat be done perpetu-1 I cores
fu : JH! *< can t') clean wagons full of shining; cans nearly six years practically single j!
I consulted a physician and: took his and trv tmetit .rut '....1 l
yi ate till nee and keep beautifuli --iuse their lingers are more nimble < I'
t women I to deliver milk to the factory. handed and a\ en went to the extremity '
'- ,1 There io; a balm ti-ed by cultured and uncu'tired I Near the itself stands 1 :and thy cai turn out more work in ; medicine for a month and without any n.t ." nnnir .Jltf wL i V-
cannery another of declaring; war on his own sovereignin ..
1.1'11 U "B-ffU to IMT.. ,.
y w tnei in the crisis i, Husbanl ;' given thn than! relief. I theo decided I would II
a boys could. The ,
t .hou!>! in\c -ti rte this -tnedy m ordei building, like! everything else the meantime before be was caught. try your I b. IItn .1. ,iT her. v' < '.

3 c t/) ". ..lrl" tl-ir)! v.ixes] as t.) the ease nlKiut the establishment, immaculately girls are well treated and enjoy theiroivnp.it He burned farms and E'\ .u villages, medicine and: it was a lucky day for me ( f tAT IUI in the 1"11. v t

F* with whi.h .hiiin.n can be born and clean lu this building all the cans ion. employed mercenaries after the fashion when I did: so. I noticed a change. in a'i! a< r,u h ....IMaI,. : ,

I' i# beauty of i-nm and t;;;ire rctl llelMother's used in the great condensery are man-1 i, A woman' too has ktely made a of the times: and made himself the terror few days and felt encouraged. to continue nt It'l''I'"''' a .I'l..n.1*, ','! I

ufactured. and manufactured :' small hand loom which is an article! J I'. r I r 1 "" ,
by girls of the district lie influenced '
Iiii Friend II was finally taking Wine of Cardui, and my patience W r', ci' _J j I..j'j J '
and is perpetual i>e and entertainment in r i \
women. Scarcely a man to beseen to stop hostilities by Luther
_ i. tf! 11..11' 1 ',' \\bii h this preparation itr' i- the Loiiie and H'bool'oom.he! is Mrs.M. was rewarded,for in two weeks my Flies \\ !.': r. iM a I': .
the trained
anywhere
except ma j and after he Itkl'n the sacrament
_' > :: : .:.:.:!:u-!h-, tlif pun allied ta T. Todd I : had left me and I felt like new woman." .-fC.uii.fi! l :tJ \ .r '.; : _
t l 1 i. '' 'II' l' ..II.r"! : i.lioutJTjnano'; !'It!dst-superlntendeut. who directs the '( the Minneapolis public j| from his hands he was betrayed Into

: ; work. Sheet tin is brought; in packages kdicols. Her invention grew out of her i a further act of hostility by treachery
|!
; ::1 i. !: n.rn; sicl.tKsj, inns sate '
briI -. !i: n tVt. all ten-Ions cilloJ to the factory lurk manipulatethe cmle.nor to give her pupils object, les- ,|I I and, iH'ln;.; captured, suffered death on WINE of CARD/ A L\ I '

;4'r, 1.1 .-i t. J.1 ": t\!:-* exjiindin-f:! : burden.M machines that cut It into strips for sous In tLe textile fabric industry. I i|I the wheel after refuslu an act of .1. .

re j t 7 :." ', -",:. :-. ::.ii j rt-! ix un ler its infill- 'I the can>;. Others shape the strips MAKY 1IDITII DAY. I I Ilinnik j''I grace which granted him the painless,

ta' i m e .m I ti r j '::crt: aniK i]>..itc.1,ivorab'vtin round. Still others cut at a stroke the I, and honorable death of the sword. The
i. ":r, in the c.>:iiort thus l Ix.--.towed' of tunorulliiir: Their Knack. -
circular: pieces; that form the ends of story is perhais the strangest:: of nil I
I' 'i t iMotlirr's TVicnJ: is a liniment for ex- the cans. On the pieces IOas byeluekwnrk IJ.lJrH'WI'II.," said the philosopher I 1. the romances of that romantic age.Ste THE NEW GROCERY
ttni.d l'I'jh' .Iti.,:!, Jt i-i gently: ruUie] ) to the solderers. likewise: "can make their own clothes, but it Is STORE
fi m r tb'I"I] :' ''> "",cverey! Ui\e nice, clear C'JNI. clear! skinned girls and > !oon- the JoUe. !> _
If .V irn I 1 L.1.; .-i', all: the ttiu' ies. i that the others will r| -- -
fc 'tm lirr v is' s' 'l!1:1 j"rI JKT 1-ottle You women. The founder of the ,great milk l not suspect it.- :I Here is a true story of a curious peri .

I; ; tnn h." H.r i-.k "riotSierhoaJ" free. condensing! :: industry in the United Indianapolis. :\ .WS.. i sonality well known to many profes- WILL MOVER

t g IHE BRADFiElD EECULAT01 CO. :TLAhTACA. States had cleanliness for a ruling; I slonal men In London today: He is aScot ,

4 ':.* : ; -- -, .- -_. : hobby, and he enforced it so rigidly Two Bottles Cured Him. I' whose business ability Is above

_ 4 t i that emery soul In his employ had tobe "I was troubled with kidney complaint the average, but everything he does is Keeps a Complete, First-Class Up-to-Date 8 ( i

tia Iliiril Lc..uu. In Loud MniiiK-r. I neat skin and I! done with the air of of Fine
spotlessly as to clothing a man constantly Staple and Fancy Groceries
for about two writes
1i l Sch"'d| rhaff is wholesome in most years, A. I;I
or get out. wrestling with some problem of the
H. Davis of Mt. Sterling Ia. "but two
ra".$. but it may cramp what should The iron willed old 1| soul He rarely! unless I' No 30 W. Government St.
gentleman's spirit bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure effected speaks( spoken Salisbury Bio n,
not l"tr <'rauiptsl. \s to the chaff whkb
t seems to hover over that machine shop a permanent cure." Sold by W A. to. He never smiles and his eyes have TILKIMIOKIUT: : :

n lain gates und gets at a university, j and cannery to this day, for both are D'Alemberte. South Palafox street a fixed but intense expression. One ...
bull, ''- wido think there
l r nut can be Iis I
really cleaner than many a city worn.an's day he was returning to London with !

two o.inl..iis. It must do /g.Kiil.l and it parlor. The women in the machine several companions. The whole party ': ICE AND WOOD.
bag not the of dmni
I opportunity harm. i I !shop' wear pretty, light cotton wash were Scotch, but the companions |

.r i Only thiiiMmtive it who lay themMhi'S 1| dresses, for the work does not ,greatlysoil : KIDNEY DISEASES were of genial type. One of them told |

,,',,'n t.. rN't'h' it. The quiet i ilu4li I' hands or clothes. You could not L 1 a humorous tale, over which the rest i WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY" A MICH I a'tuf'R'ii. \ .

who VMshes" to read or to think find a pleasanter sight! In n year's laughed uproariously. Not the human Ij| "
I j Journey so THIS M MMKR THAN EVE I I't I.K:
r t IIllIIrt| ii t.1 hardly ever come into con- ire the most fatal of afl dli'
l' ; than these woim-n at work. They pru lc Ill. He sat In a corner of I

11 l'! dart with his ftllows unless be sorli.Mis.i. !'amI'r good wages, too fur a coun- Ian.FOLEY'S. the railway carriage glowering at his SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW.

!I 1 The owaggering: or bumptloiw i try neighborhood to S" a week.In mirthful friends. Half an hour afterI I

} .g; man. the opinionated man. theogrmhe Philadtlphla the new woman hn"onl' MatY WE III ward, however when nil were standing Thompson Olson c.Co.
"
I- tiian-these are (','rl3iu to be beyond making milk cans and Is at a street corm r before separating; lie .

.. F p rim/T.I. nod the chaff usually goes actually emplojiil today in an Iron ano leirtatttl 8t*$) took one aside and said solemnly and '

_ tri\ hi'iiii'. lint it ourc |i.>rlups but it Usually brass (oultry. For her task 1 here considerable slowly: "Ye would obMiim tlat I did Manrcsa Street, Teh/hone 1.ESTABLISHED .

l ',. Id'i tb! re in the end with satisfuftiir.i refunded. Corvttlnsrsmediea -
': l physical strength: is required. i or monty na' laugh at yond' story.Vill.. I saw

+ t roUMMjuenees. Tht' personal( :S'.ie does not d.i the actual work of recognized by eminent the Joke. Ye mUht not think It. but I IS62
retn.-irk may l I" rude but rudeness isnftfii 1 !IXews.
making: casting, but she makes the have a keen sense of Lumor."-London
I I' n Pry salutary weajKiii. It is cores which: are used in the proccsi physicians u the bat lot '

utaiiily iiiit* of the most vahribk in-i a wheel with a holt-! in tin- center KTicby and Bladder trouble! .i McKENZIE OERTING & CO. .

; Mriiiii.. *'uts of KnglUlidu: ('atiijn. In- is to be cast, it must have something PKICS' fis* M/I }i.cr\ 1 I! An 1IIIIIuNNIIoI. Insk. G -- DCAtKk* ,lit -- g
d. .1 it i.iay fw-em a strange thing to In the enter to kn-p the molten inn The committee waited upon. the sue-
w A. D'ALEMBEF-TE.
'ry w> brt it is surely true that contlui i from running nil together old.! That ces-.ful man. | Ship Chandlery and General Hardware

u.-U e\jK'nenee of caleulated. formulirl something! to make the central opening/: "Your fame has preceded you," they '

y k >! s| and well Intention. The Beer j BOS I'AI.AMU MTIU.I.T;
1 it a t '- Iitt i >j'l I>: to bo 1',1 it C-London all hollow castings.:: Most" castings are serenely. "I 1 am rather well known" ........,..........- --A.GENOV
d h| ei-titi>r. I Ihirilnc hollow; many core ari- tit....ssary. i: he admitted\ modestly. |
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I II 1 A core must It- of t-mterial that red- That Made "You have ,given names to sleeping: | REVERE COPPER COMPANY.: JOHN A. KOKIiLINO: 'H H O NH II. .
: the u..I..ihlllt). GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RUHhEL: A I'I'tMtt4
hot Iron will not melt or burn :Swh: a cars, new cigars; health foods cudgamesnames :|

: 4a An inshiii-iii who traded hi small material Is 1':11111'hlt'h musi be im.veii II 1 that have pleased the Claus Ccrdtn Pilits, Oils! Iicticil Igttrglgtab! : thru htltn Ih
wanit a doi.key *ait.ith whiehLt II

t I ', ) \ ''1IIc',. th.* iliffelelitill.lges.. On with other! noncoiubiistible substances ANNH D I SSDR R r FAMOW A U !:; public successful and your Jtatronsr'The man 1.J\n'.l OOfP".tH.; Ums, KTC .

;i our mviioiiui hi came to a bridge where I 1 C. McKenzie Oertin{ t'ollectiu{ \-{> ut for Kt; I'u.tIt. rcaution.
t \VelI., said the spokesman "we base
I I
.
3 a toll :,le\i.tl.!. i iHe !
I t a new baby at our house, and we have
+ found. to his di.s.ippoiiitmeut he'': IsVICTORIA
-
i i come to you to select a name that will
; t btt'l cwt tioiig'i:' liumey: to pay It. I'
please her parents, sisters and bruth-
'
1 A bright thought struck him. He The Star
unlutrtM ;
ers. grandparents, cousins, uncles, i Laundry
>",.>d the tloiikcy and put it into 1
,
to II aunt and friei.ds of the family and ij
; the cart. Tlwii. tretting: U-tweeii time I
MADE IJY ACME BREWING CO. j herftlf lat.T on."
Ufti liuiiseir, lie pt 1Id the cart with I IHI.r
The successful: man frowned sternly. | Biggest Busiest Best !
Ibn donkey stauditig in it on to the ; UI-CKXT: BOIl..1BEla, I ,
"Sir, In- said 1 do not undertake
4' brldp. IN TOWN.DANNHEISSER. .
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/ the ImiHj-siible:"-Cincn.natl Commercial ,
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t
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j In dun course Le was luileil by the

a i toll nttliHtor"Hit. : i'ifr.itmil BROS : Tribuue. i I j An Ku'iiini:: ( all till

> ; i :. erie-l the latter. AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED i iI. I
f Telling the "'..ulhC'r Prom Mi.t,, I rl".. ...J; .
t \Vbaiifn 'II! .'* Your Swell I I.t I.
u: :; .
s. 1..ff" Ii'
> The motion of mists, rapid or slow, .t '
I I. : 'l '
t "1.':..rrI." Ki.il the Irishman( "just Harper VMsiey. \ :..( '
was regarded as one of the! lest lueUiods 1, .. -v I f! t II WI I hall wilt >L.
Y' G
xk
ti! >
> <; \\ :
Main Hou-e 401 ';. P.ilafox I J
street.R. '
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ii1.: I of foretelling the approach r.nnc .. .".
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I f U. Exchange:: Union tni i before i > yiiii 'jutw
-Opp. Depot >r snow. 11'b. n there was a -t I ;r. '

j). O. Box :21.! Petnacola! Fla. I, the rise cf the full moon if litmus I l\.i.-111'' ''ii'\'011 iirf--fj .11I.1| y.-ur I.-i:.

if\ 6 PhollPI 116-2%: in the west bifore the MIII i .i'\i. "f" 'J' dj:
were seen j \ '
'
tM
,i 1.-\
: If #' .'I,' > .". .. fa 3 wotnitii
rose or there was a iiii'-t in the !i"ld..j j
.. 1; ( .; ilwuy- .: m/ ;. a ii. Hi 'atimid
I It. I *,'a n.ry"" of tho ( ..nunt! before I'1II.rbl', wc.t'l'utwr! was -:xi; i 1i :
I \ t'Ji.-- ; :' hy the CoU'liti.iml .
L.' !'. I When the Mists vanished I .. ,/ "
i''\ i ; Bi'onia-Quinine T..Utd 10,000 fr<. UHti-d. rapIdly rr' .
i L .'. "futf d roll la out1 tidj, Awarded at rart and the noun seemed to rise fa t- I '' P' )1 ..;j' :' .. \\.r 0: >''oO int. l I. i ,
'
i'ji .f : f f' :::-,\ iiii >r -i wilt.h.aUtt' \Co
weather ,
I t II'II'ONE er than usual Cue was sure J. ",111 f / ._ II \
'' \ urn ">iil.i'<- : ,
i : 0\ .
f 'f At .11 n .' I ''!,:I'lu-il 1"\ il'al iiio-tiiii; oil the succeeding day. When the '! ... 1C wI at t!.,- :-Otr: I.uiiKj .
i !:: -: .-....... 1
i tlM' i.iiiusur ;.l|..'r''aeheri Minnie, who PNAIAROCHEWINE winds chaugfd and the clouds flew'; -
Ot '{ut: niLE OIIILNto
l .a uuti t. II ) ....fS 11111, :111.1 \IIiII.'f 1t along on "tai!," the farmers predicted j

:.s.+, tug';" j'.ru ..ltl tll lI.! "lIIourUt'rs' tienih" make its pnitirles: stick togetherThe a storm. ALL WORK C. 0. D. Gaels CallEd for cad L. ;

-" 'm I. I't.r |1'1"t.. r... .111 many of her young! new woman t.iketin i.iixtun' and CORDIAL

( frit al.. 1".1 dour. rams It folli'ly into a mould to give it Highess recommendations for care of Poorness Railroad Time Folder 'J TELEPHONE J 14. 27 GARDEN ST

; ":.N.i. ilur'n: .\011." said Sliniiie. boil shiii-e. After she has d..ue this another n, B'J, iiomich troubles and General DCicrtists j The average person<< who picks up a :;

i tr baa I.... k new woman covers the [still! soft f '. the ippetite, sireng'hess I railroad time folder does not realize j I I WALKER INGRAHAM Manager
me oen e. ant buiijs up the entire system. ,
> "Hut H' .* ." iui<>stiniit the niiiii.itor."l core with lampblack paint. It Is now the enormous amount of work which :l'I ._
S2 llrounl
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r ready to be baked like of earthenware rue the preparation of such a publication
a
Itl a > ,, I .) .t) \ ;.m.1101. UnnitgainV; piece PARIS {

ft 'Cu." .I.II.'t1 Minnio. 'Tin afraid I in an on'n.o\\' comes In the K. I'oiilfra A ('o. invohts. j TIME TABLE.

lultfla I I.' i'rn .1 buy next urn!".. task of a third new woman. The tint tern[., \.1. The big Burlington system, for Instance j

i i Jf'OcLJ. J.II,' and second girls turn out the cores has a general time folder made J LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD

-1 ; u t ,.UaiMil and painted as rapidly! as possible ------- up from sixteen different! diision 1 time EFFECT KKCKMIIKK; : 1. 1 i IL.

rrul.lHlilralnul; 'I rrr*. the third tables. The folder contains 2i JO names
; ; one gathers us many of Orleans
New
The l'uili.: u :lnut is ,.mid to lie the them as she van coim-niently carry upon I =GOLA=Gto I of towns: gives the schedules of o'erI .- and Mohile.

t ,'t inoat protital'lo 1'( all nut lioariiu; trees. a tray and takes them carefully to I ;5 Ire trains, and whenever there is a ,. "'0.4. !In.4. No.!. ar' 1

t_ ; z'. \\lM-ii in full \u; tr, they will jleW! the ou-n. precisely us if they were biscuit Grist and Corn Meal 1 JJills change; in time &),<*MJ figures have to ilj: a UI m llei: p Leave Pl'nl&l'ola ... Arrive ;. 'I' a I' .
about :hu. nf : ":"i''J 1\ :!:t1 p 19 a L..I'IL. JoInmaton I.rac. : t; a1l
jounils nuts to the
& trot : ton a molding loanL The omen be carefully checked and corrected.o a 4:22p: :!::.j a Leave I..bllt' I...... I. ', t
T...' nut sell <>n an average at n trot isery hot and the core is kept in It !. F. GONZALEZ 4 CO., Prop i, ..... .::!5p 1:101: a 1..1'1' :N.w ,!.rl."n, lea.. I' ..

k r fouq*'ine IIt'r j'ouniL If only! tuonty- till the raw material I is fused and I Smoking. North.

"j 'r wren trees are |>lunten an acre, the baked hard and brittle.! The lampblack MannfactrrersCHOICKMKALANDPUHEGHOUNL I There is one country in the world

Ilk')uu IUI.llo(' aU>ut I1 liar j-or acre.I .- paint comes out a hard, shining; STOCK where it is considered a crime to smoke j I so.i. No. 4. I !'o I
FEEL Ilu5 pm 121p: m Leave P..n.acola ArrlYII
,, iHlon s mt:15am
Answers.Acts I..lish!i smooth the molten metal will: { The law p
': i so Patronise Home Industry, for there li Abyssinia. forbidding tobacco 8:51pm Arrl\'.. Monttomrrr. .". Ii i'.am
not stick! to it. every reason yon should bay your Meal and II dates from the year 101:. It 11:59 am 9lrspm ..rrl\'!!... Bumlagham.Lea.. ft.j\am .
I Immediately. Stock feed from the Home Manufacturer r.tipm 1IOa m Arrive.. -atbnll. .. ..Lear.
Of the cores that are small jind easilyFoley' (or by so doing yon encourage home Indcit'y. ': was at first merely intended to prevent !;' Jam "\rrITe..LouIlTIII..I..n ISpm: .
I a ; Cold are sometimes more trouble Your money 19 left In the commnaltj priests from smoking in the churches, 1O am i1S59am: Arrive. .l'lnclnn.tI.. Lave 4I, pm
:
i -- -- --- -- and you 10 torn are 7::!>lam Itlpm Arrtv.. Mt-A1I14 L.ara.
Indirectly benefltel I"pm:
In than in winter it'stoO
scene summer but it was taken too literally and nowadays
[fostering the home
Kidney Cure the manufacturer
purifies roc:
AND
r' : i ;; bard to Keep from adding to then Mood by straining out Impurities and eoatrbotetotheoaueeof labor. You ow even foreigners have to be careful PENSACOLA RIVER JUNCTION, _
It to [thecommonlty which lire
I while coolm? oft: after exercise. One tones up the whole system. Cures which oontrlbntei to roar inpport.NOIICK. yon and not to be seen smoking. No._1-VaIl1_ So. I-V.1I11 i Nostop where time Dot shown ?.o. I-V. 1 r
I
Minute Cough Cure cures at once. kidney and bladder troubles. Sold by 11:55 p m 7:00 a m Leave Penacoi.! ...Arrln, I" ." pm '
Abtolutoly fafe. Acts immediately.Sure R'. A. D'Alemberte, 121 South Palates Conceded St."There's Il! night 1.13 to It.. I' b..m.a. I', 11 '
1:11\ YniMetra ... .. to
street. a burglar In the house Benjamin 13:11 : 1./.36"
cure for coughs. raids, croup. Notice li hereby given that the undersigned 13! to 7:14 II .._.....J-c.mbla ...... to 10.b
h throat and lung troublos. Hargis' intend to apply to tbe Honorable L said Mrs. Trett, arousing her I:! a5 7:25: II ".. .. .._. M alai ... ._ I'XI
There's lots of money to be madein J.Reevrs'JudgeoftheCircuit .. .. .. .. .. "
1 Court, Es- husband in thg dead of the morning."Hear I'J"! 1:2'1" n. Harp ._ 10.1"
I'hlHlUlcJoln. Sheppard and Stieeyi : real estate-lots of it. A real es cambia County. Florida at ten o'clock A. U:;.) 7.85 "' ......... .iuCity......... to wan "
i .I 41 Kabn. tate sign U usually a flnzer-board to M August mb.l..':2!, at the court house In that? she'contlnued. "Jt's sure loj"! : IiII" .....--.-. Milton ..... U.III"I
; Fen acola. Florida: for a Charter ..... II ..
for the ly the sound of a chisel He's a safe : ) am. hood itange._
Seasonable household- wealth. Thos. C. Watson & Cotton :screum'n's Benevolent Associa IM": xl5: .. ...... .... Holt..s: ,
t 4 Co.. the leading: Real Estate firm tionumbrr Tan of IVnsacola. Florida burglar 2:21) .:tJ" .._._. l1l11lall ._.._ "' 5.s) "
; and kitchen utensils at the i have some offers which it wouldbe which will be an Association for charitable "You bet he Is," sleepily returned 25i u .;its It ......_.Cresttew' 1111 II
and benevolent purposes : chiefly to provide 8:)) u 8'M It ." ........lIeerL.nd __ 8.55 h .
.1 ; Hardware Co.'s. worth your while to consider. Go : for each others welfare and interest Benjamin, turning over for another .::tS" 9:19 II __, Mossy head It.., "
I; Willis and see them today and don't wait and a:T.>rd relief to In members when sick nap-ItIchmond Dispatch. .:OJ.. 9aS II _Lemanl.kt'prlnjL Mal "
I if' -- --- or In distress: also; for mutual aid and protection t:14 tu II Argyle 1.44"
r till
5 t) The man who own* his own homeinjure to-morrow_. -- _._ -- in the prosecution of our calling as; I ';") .;51' .....Ponce d. Leou._ 1; 9
Cotton crewmenin loading and discharg Medicines Have 5:90 II 1):10' ... "
-t1'estyiue. ._ 117"'
'! 1 r himself against: lotof Marston # Quina are sole ingcarcoes. i When Failed Drj" B.n' .. .-._ C.ryvllle__ IU '
: I trouble and worry. Nobody can > i t tare !hie rent and the rent day h:.? agents for the celebrated ather. Zack Mandville. E. H. Keller. WH- Take Foley's Kidney Cure. It has e:0)( 1<):11" to <-blpl..y 4:11"
e lIam Howard.Stephen: BurnettSr., Willis 8Io! ) 111 -.Cottondale.- II
t ) no terrors for him. It's ea-y to own Odorless refrigerators, tiles, Ell Johnson L. Aitens. Tom Tay-j cured when everything else has des 710 to it:25::! to to ......._.M.rl.nn........ 4.n 1.1i'' .
I. "t a home uow-a-days. Thos. C. absolutely guaranteed lor,1', 1', Gtmblln.Ueo. C. R. Holmes wif- 11' 11:45 to ... lypr" ..... .._ ., D:>>t' a
t t Watson & Co. can tell you how or ham Thomas, jeo. Latimore Hiramon'Tbarernot 'appointed. Sold by W. A. D'A.l'Cl.1 1:4) 1I5: I .._-Brand Rldge_ bar '
..
*. Call and see them. refunded. all citizens of and residents o j! I 1)1": 13:05! noon ..... .... Mneadl .. _._ Itl'
it ,
easy i money I'ensacola, Ha. UJoa,'iw | beet 1:1 South! Palatal street 8U" UU" Arriye1.iyerj7nctlon..Leave. llJ" .0:

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA,.FLORIDA, MONDAY. JULY 28 1902 I1i


-- ; J f: ; I'I'I I
years felt harsbly toward the one'wlk
THE BITER BITTENOriginal called me a gaTj-k and kindly to her H t I !; i iI

Cures All Kinds of who said 'But b
"Then you recognized their voices," : t t.

Kidney and Bladder Troubles [ ] said Kate, paling slightly. "Tell us Jkt"iits1.111! I Ii l. .
"Henry Teale Is a gawk: who called you a gawk." f

I heard the words across the :garden "I may Lave attributed the remark It
-, dii-y: and Bladder Trouble, Rheumatism. wall. I am Henry Teale. The speaker to the wrong: girl, but to whomsoever I II '
all: kinds of diseases produced by ani toss this let her :!
was Kate Harker, who was talking pin stand accubed. &% 1.II
"-> "f uric twirl with her cousin, Marlon Drowue. Taking a pearl pin from my scarf, I I
tossed it
to
T.ut he knows thing:" replied Mar Marion.
J'
ion. The distress on Marion's face was for Infants and Children. ,{

HarrisLithia painful to see. Kate blushed and the .
"What matters it if he does. lie Is guilty look on her face was equally The Kiml You lIn'elwa)' Bought lias borne the !iffiia-- i ;

too bashful and reserved to tell what distressing. She struggle with herself tare of Clin<"i. II. Fletcher, and has boon made under his

Water he knows. There isn't a girl in the to take the blame that se knew I''r"'uual >ouIll'n'hion for over 110 )'I'\1'S. Allow no ono ; .1 I Ito

alone place with who him doesn't" dread to be left belonged to her, but without success.I (lo-ei\c jou in thi<. Counterfeits, Imitations mill I Iu,1u..tauul"

i 1. r' immended by the best "Don't waited to see if Marion would placeIt ] are but Experiments, and endulger tho I j
physicians all you think some of them might where it belonged; but she did not. :
r the United States. :For sale everyw overcome their aversion if he should She handed my pin back to me. health of Children-experience against I\periment. I

-re-shipped anywhere suddenly become wealthy?" "Keep It as a token that you are forgiven The Kind You Have. Bought i :
Always
"I dots think I could stand him if ," I said.

Nothing Can Compare he were worth" But she was resolute, and I at last: Bear the Signature of : :'
I was lying; In a hammock in the placed the Jewel again In my scarf.I '
Lnnu CARBONATED WATER for table use. HARKI LIIRUii. back yard reading. I gut up and went waited a week the :
leaving grl5free t
'
.\;.: ID the finest of all ales.Wrltf" into the house, but this of
as
scrap the one to assume her just burden te i
conversation occupied but a few moments ,
the other to it
place her
for Free BooKlets-Full testimonials of upon
cures, analysts .
I could not well avoid hear
very
friend. I Kate
t LOW to your physician. paid marked attentionand
ing It. To do myself: Justice I did not treated Marion with indifference.I j t

Harris Lithia Springs Co Harris Springs S. C. wish to hear myself discussed.' Kate: had learned selfishness myself, but I
,
In Use
Harktrr'a rrinarkg were intensely painful admired that m-ns of lumur which For Over 30 Years. ; _
i"i"Twr
l to me, so painful that I resolved to prevented Marion from eeYt.V/JM..Y. n MU//.r trr(1w.af.r :
the 1
throwing _
JJr i! r
..
leave the ;
place of my birth and go blame on Kate. Meanwhile I took satisfaction I
\ OK TELEPHONE forth into the great world, hoping to in Marion's
distress The
very WO;; i I
M. W. MARSHALL Pen acola.: Fla. forget them. fact of hating called me a gawk was #-

I did not forget them but I had the nothing to her discredit. I knew thatit -WI 7 @ la' "rfrllda' \ (. ." ... I
-- senMtHeness knocked out of me veryquickly. was the loss of my favor that: painedher. r 'I" b r'-jl ,
I made made It 5 'R\1l thirling Spray .
> money out UU. i ;
Vil n I'r..nt t \ .
Trrrlblr It..a PuiiNhmrnt.In :1. "W ". ''''_ / ( .
of nothing: and to do this I obliged I ., \l" ,'
; was "Marion -
; I said "'
I IM.I .
; ii who Is'rry In:land, duiin? the reign of one day, hbayou .. \ ." .
t
.
to master feelings.: "To tlm-e who i "' .. ; ,"p...,.. .
my
; It/ .
Lough 1 ("I' t.ales) henry VIII., the ptil.lic! mind became repented ha\inj cane me a gawk: -ImyortersandDealeraa- 'r ,
,, have shall be given" and by the deathof I :She ue I Wr h, "
I .1 I "The I'.rMe of ready excited through; several cases ;gave no reply. r.r.rgtt.l
', ..1! .T.ituliitin him. of puisoiimi! ;:, and pirll.ituent enacted alaw an auut I inherited a fortune. Iowned "Well! you had better dismiss the Chinese and Japanese '; ,.,',; : ;1', I. ;
... when he the little tumbledown house! matter from jour mind. In the first .11.1' ; ;ino P. '
i .i- .ssfJr making lioilm;: to death the penalty. Goods rt1. It t
i hI t'tt' his wife This law was on the statute with the acre of ground about it In place, I was not only a gawk but a Fancy : .

t", s t I1lru p'l1,1 \books about sixteen '{'ars. Itns which I had lived with my mother ninny. In the second, it wax not yon FINE CHINA TEAS, : ;
.
and since she was linger I u<)0111 T mrs KIU. NHII t et a. t
no : living
; who
spoke the wOI'I'UI Kate In the
:" made rt'tl'o.ti\\>. so as tu take\ In a 31 South Palafox St. i
M .'" Le asked case that chlc3\! prompted, its onnctinwit resolved to go back anti dispose of it. third, I love you and want you to fio --

:: t' t tpaititias;, ;, -tli.it of diehard Rose, otherwise The day after mj arrival I rigged! a back with me as my wif,':' Laundry Ofliee.: -- Peus.icola.Fli: ;, :\OlU't.. i if" i

'I I- .ill be an Coke, the bishop:; of liocliester's conk, hammock In the back yard and lay Ho indignant was she at fie! pain I ts ; m v....*;. I' has .brew AUtn* flEl u to take '; ,

'1 if n.'ray 7'JI X). who poisoned seventeen persons, two of down, in it with a ci;ar and a book. had given her tint she! k11 lie: wait- !' 1 m--'!'.":..jjjlg|| t N -th t --crijnion for Wn JPnnifiW' : I
Pretty soon I heardoi<-es over the in a and then I 4-4
? year ( .nlII"'l"lItl'.1
whom \lit..1. Coke was build at IJorhrstcr. on BnIII'papl'r.. "The Commoner.:
'. .1 1 t. :1'i >ii>d home, The infliction was attended! with wall. {'UIlJi lit/II that I alxingi.e.11.1CIt1CC I I TL-so tiny Cap: lcs :.rP'.1Ir'r."'. I! 1'I'f', '
"Hate] him?" : pit I' ,t. fL/U j ( per j' 'ar in ad-
\'.',I'" !h" told iKT peculiar cruelty, &* Coke: was put intoa you seen : K. JSKOCKETT.: ti Balsam of (01'aiba. x .
"Yes 1 V \ 'vance. It.i.H! dr-m'Ini the r :
was the ; pap
; peeping through
n i
.
l.i: I "-t secun'd cauldron of ('lIIJ'ut'r and :;rutluaJlj'eou1't1 --- t Crbrb and .t.1. | i .
blinds when he came." itmntLr\f IMH h. '" tLeul! >,)' IIPl.dlDIC
: tit !t. i' the uomit !- : tl) death.A TLPy 'III'I'ID 481 yi 4Vrll"
'. few later, in March 1312;;I: I recognized; the first voice as that of GOLD nt'ST."Let f t. ILUUto II' nl1h'I-I II"If. '
this ;':"\>11! years a """ etw .th ill %nvij' riIII ;
Marion, the second as that of KM to.This U. Vii HoC'u li.r. 1 '
1/11/ ,1'0' II:iC.'illI'rtt..l young: woman named Margaret iKny ",rr r uaDill (IauGSISTC I t'.iii I
M Ul ii',thing, and I was pujNhod a similar way on con- was all I l heard, for the two girls! the GOLD OUST tins do )cur Fork," Itily.NNWs. i
passed' out of hearing.
; 'U' IIj'] \lction of iKiisonins. The pulilic were :
'I I man was obliged not b-itistied as to her guilt au.!, not- III the evening! I called on my neigh; THE GARDEN SECTION !
i Prance, and \vh--u 'I vithitaiidius the comparatively slow! bor. Kate Harker rt-cnxcd me as if I

r a w,vk's tthW-lire travel of news in those days, the storyof wire her oldest and best friend, making f r.;
: no attempt to conceal the favor I o-OF'-o
trial and
IMvy's punishment -
v th a teaming( cornn1'te Margaret; ,
,
soon spread' through the kingdom I had found in her eyes since she lulI'runouuc.t
1 dune a pod Fensacola Florida I
while ,you were i and aroused unhersal! horror. me a gaxxk. Marion was ,
d'eath statute \"('1'r "('f\"l. Indeed, had 1 been as ,
.It painting Itoiliii to remained on the .j. .. f lpDpSs --
'-' Well 1 sold you I books however as long as Ilemyreisriusj unsophisticated' as when 1 had heard Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus '
her But he knows things:'* 1 o Po ,
because the monarch say
,t lear profit of : perhaps' : -- -- !
himself! had a dread of being /..l.Iinniediattly should: ban concluded that she had .
after Ins death! parliament !! turned; against i me. Hut a maim eats Beautiful Lots for Sale. ;

'. 1'r'nr.lau. rcpeah-d the law ,.,.. .... make money without gaining; a knowJ-\
.01
? I ., -', ,' 40x137 feet at from to each :
$75 $200 accord
of human I suspkehdthat !
: "j* City n edge nature. Don't use soap (fer your clear.ire: i
"> really Cnnnnlnr flrrk.. Marion now held aloof from a ing to location and surroundings. I f !

WIIiU The law provides for thirteen consular feeling that since, I had U-come a desirable GOLD DUSTis -

crave clerks and lixes their pay for the : "catih" it was not her place, to Exceptionally Good Xeighborkood, Jieuutiful }"iei\ : I i

and first the years of service at :Sl.tjCO, but couit ant:, Nevertheless I had been repeating -
more convener. cheaper and tetter: thin Soarat High Dry Fertile Lamia. r -
:' n ,fII'k allows them actual expenses when her words But lie knows any price It softens hard water, lessens later ;
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traveling or I'l'r\'lll in foreign lands things!" for years find before Icaxing and inures nothire t I'

1 which is usually the ca.-e. They are home had purloined her likuie Her Made only ty THE fj K FAIRBANK: COMPANY. The grandest opportunity for investment ever I J' .

, ., pointed by the president and serve honest face as it was at sexuiteen had I Cfacaeo, New York Boston. St Louis cffered in Pensacola. I .

1 l ,ictically for lifThe statute ;':O\- been well Ilx'11111 my memory. It was I Makers *t OVA: FAIRY SOAP -
: rein: :; their tenure provides that a coiialar now no less honest aiul h had grown I Home Seekers Should See These Lots.JLVC1ubbs.
clerk "shall not le removed from More beautiful. I did Hot propose to -- ,

.t, It I ,I 1'-.lllf..l. office except for cause, stated in w nt. put up with this seeming indiflt'ivm-i', ,..

"" tag which shall' be suhiuitte.l! to congress \ou young ladies; must be more

: at the session tint following such clrd'ul as to your word" I !'ai-!. "lie:

: .ire. reinov.il.! Tl'.s: is the only instance! in f'I'I' I went away I overheard a scrapof If You Have Corner Garden nnd Alcaniz Strrfts. j I : AIr

d I ,, !a- the history of the United States where conversation with regard to me that
h B3BHHlt >&[BCABMrid&i HlllsEllBBW
-"' ti.ljes the house of lepirseiitnthi'S has a ttirwt gale me !grout pain" .

t ., a"utin- interest in an oilite In the cxecntie I'.oth (looked at me um-asily. RheumatismURIGSOL C, BRENT 'VV.: 'i KNOWLF.i I W K HIM IK J 10'Y. +lt J .
''.' skull In branch of the go\ernmetit Inpr.ielically "You two were talking in the garden I Proficient. V,let-.Prv-iil.'iit i II nn'r \r- t

I .-> ;ire it t nil ri-sidonti.il, appoint One said 'He's a gawkf! : the othcr. 'biers ;
meats the concurrence of the senate is T.ut he knows things:' $ J I

essential, but this is the only case The two girls looked at each other eoJnrsed the !profit tested('Rhfornm and First 1 Satioujtl Bank I .

1 ? -itiurt. where congress ns a body has an in- i'lquiringly.! ome,1y will cure $1 s ;
t also cures User Kidney and l' II
"i ;\ ing to male me tl'rl'st.-WI1hinJ'tou Star.A "I remember no such conversation," Tedder diseases, c\U9cJ by en excess of : !l I IO
Bacon was a wry said Kate. Marion was silent. uric acid. It never fails and builds up '

-?natur Sorghum. I'rrnrh Drink. "Do you, Marion':" I asked."No the Feud health stamp and for Ftrer book gIll(\1 while wonderful in.ng It.certificates !' P31' C3Li9. FIM .. &, .

,itv' of his wuiksV"rijihy The French are nott-d for' their delicate but candor ('{lDlI..I ls me to Fay Price 11 per bottle. For tale i : j jDXfL2'
'- shoe that and delicious drinks. The advantage that at that time the criticisms were by rtruiTKis If your druggist ran n<>t : :>C r cx.it lri. 'I' ;
supply you it will he cent prepaid upon I
little financial deal ; of such a one that is nonalcoholic JUft." receipt of price. Ad lrea H. KNUVvLES.; W A. BLO1TST. K. C. 10' .tr.1 .V K. lIl'1Il, J1. I'
U-\tr l Js apparent to e\. ry one. A favorite "The .
t furnish; to first surely was, though I am D. O. Bm.- T.
Parisian calls for live ounds of Uricsol Chemical Co., Los Angeles.Cal,
recipe
r.iu;;hL"VashingI l" not so ({'I'tai''flut\' the w""u.l. Hut
raisins, live t">'inds; of dried apples and the justness nt it nil could Lace no or the

five gallons of water. Put nil together: t'I1'1 on a box, cf ni';'t.t"I. I lia\efi Lali3r! &, Par.kin. Drug Co, Atlanta, Ga. r P'rLgi r i n id UiWSsiip B 7 s ?RJ| J I :
i i. u ,\I:\\I ,s lOll. li a small cask or large earthen jar Distributing Agents.KNIGHTS ( i. tip! 1Y Eng J 'tlH VT I| gC 1. ;

".I i- j-ajM-r will l lit he nail let it stand nnoomcd for three Cures Eczema and Itching Humor ,,40rO/tr eOe/64.1 ... I

there Hat lca-t days, stirring "('l'I lonlly! from the Through the Blood-Costs Nothing ., i ,
.. ..1thllt -deuce 1."ttoUl.1 the end of that time bottle lo Try It. r-We draw onr own Bills of Exchange: oc Oreat Britain! irelac j' i I j t"

td .- ill all it..,-t:1e* with half n teaspoonful of sugar anti a B.1 K. II. I Botanic llood! Balm > i i- LOUD DIHECTOHY) Jerraany. Fl::!'e. Austria! Italy! Jiollaad: gain Belgium, flnsgla Nol i .1 ; ; i J _

Hall's Catarrh: stick of cinnamon in each l ottle. Cork now recognized a* a certain and pure '''y. riTedau: Donmarr: and other European corntrtes.' I i ; ', ;
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tightly and store in a cool place. The
cure for Eczema Itching Skin Humor ) :
; "-itive cure now fruits luniiu: fl'l'U'nh..1. the drink will OF YTHIA ; '@el" Dlsbnrsed upon th. Most Farcrable Terms, ana then J I
-, Scab*, Scale, Watery Kilters Obligations Taken Port i
Payable at c eatiraticn Tea I
1',1' dhal fraternity keep for a considerable length of time cr Fifteen Dan 't' ,
j i
,'ii-titntioitnl Pimple, Achiiig ISinfor 1'f'I1I.acnla after Vessel Arrives there.
distitutiotial n U.} is really delicious when served ice lJOIIICI'. No S, K. of V : Io' I

'I i treatrrhl'urt {'..It I. It is claimed that our 5Otrf'ttar; .> JointUoils! ('arbullcl(',.. Prickling!: __ martsevary Monday rrt\ rrSf\fcty Deposit Boxes: -for Rent In if"
i is taken if this drank IT Pain in the Skin. Old! Eating tore, s Ing nts.,10( st rustle K,i Connection i f ir
d lint'tly upon thenrfaee gallons pundlt'l'e ':. in the Klocnt-W: with which we hale a Prlva .A'P .I'hnent for the Us 1
,
:- s of the Prance In 11 single year. rieeretc.. Botanic Blood liilm : KnildinK third floor Qf Kcntwra. I ; It
taken internally, cure the wort and 't", Visiting! hretbi ti wII
'
-tiiiyingthe, four ? welcomed t I : ;
.
mo-t deep-eated; capby enriching, '.J1 lI
', aiul the \ I !
i- giving! No False Claims. i L' t:
iHiiMniK theiitin purify hug and vitalizing; the blood. rt l H. HORRLEK 'j,
up The proprietors of Foley's Honeyand thereby giving!.: a healthy blood -tll-I; K. K. .to H I
1 Ihproprietor I >j nature in? Tar do not advertise this as a piy to the -kin. Kotauic Blond llilmis'the WE WILL-FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE P I I ,
only cure, to stay cured, for 1 '
"t !'i in curative "
tlerOnp its Hundred "sure cure for consumption- Theydo three awful, auuoyiukin tioiibi. LaurelsAgain Wrt< twi 7 frr rir"i 'i 1 j

,. not claim it will cure this dread Other rrmedie-uny relieve but J U at ., i ita j'
fails
i- that it to -
B. 15.: actually cute, peal"vise I ;
j
i-t of te.stinitviiuls complaint in advanced cases, but do 1
-ore, and give:! the rich i!l I"w, 'I' t f : }
( IIENE'&C': ., positively assert that it will cure in {
health to the skin. H. K. 11. buildup Trie Farli EipoiittantnAt I i
,
Toledo, (). r ai the GoU Ml clut .. f I I
: and fails to ,
the earlier
never
ler stages broken-down b.datHl m k ijJ Awsnl to 111!l'ir' ii tlUM t .; !
:I-14. 7">c. !give comfort and relief: in the worst the blood red :and iiouri-hinur.:. Ov -r Lw+ t d.rr.uL'd.u t.tr> K \. l li i i a, i toKiKHMBBHI I' I'
row.
HUH) voluntary te-tnnonitls of cures ; m AE (J S/ I W ,fr S-| J. [t> JHa ,{ t f
I 'I'" iy, -vitftit on casi s. Folex's Honey and 'i lr is 44 I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY Irv : > ;,11.1'Uw Illnni N-1 t t tI
Botanic Blood Balui: r B. B. P. I I'
by
HnaiMMS Ea t7 t a l llll fn i
>
without doubt the greatest throat and t ? I. I / \ II
i- Refuse ,
v"ii.c.il; Society 9t ling remedy.: and prepaid! by writing lllottd Balm ..I""a i. r. j.,,, s'. u i y," R Y. ,1,1 ,. ; AjJJtM t I!'t "t '
Sold by \\ .\. D'Alemherte 121 South !
Lnr.ut. '
hni.tli; otfce! "at > Co.. Atlanta. Ua. Decnbe trouble WHISKEY ..1 i Uli m- tw >;? l l nA'"'' U" ,J S "J. j It
Palafox street. iud free medical advice gives until N..lit" "" '"""'", I. '' I f : :
iv All.. I 12 :and L'ti!! ,- -- ftood.fwI d.. M ,, | nl! ", S >>
'
t 5r Ir' .1
ured. Gold I i iF' .1 -. rIT" < ,.' ", 'TiTS I
: i I'ti-alll ihI11Ihionhrr" Band medal*wmfiwjwSw'llSa TOC L t.i.w /n efon XX .!' W i I 'lrflf I
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are.1'< uJ mI'yty-ha.eau.tlecertapcureforai1.iL i ig O.A.B TOrt.:1.A.: mtrdr'tl >, I tla Mr f .n I ,, f -r4 ,, ,. .. i. rf. i j '/| ,; U|., ( It It'I'
AV\La1ltlellib. .. ,
: Mbledi Paw malty/rfMWt < 114 l 't d5ALVONA I
:
the Kllllfra Ut AUjsg3Jg
: ,
Bean I
the t8AT.lt
auor
t
Pre+idin t I SOAP CO. Car 12th & Pins Sts. I' L
L \ ST.
6V
K 1.rJJiJ! I eg: are I-+ # I Louise MO. _

Secretary. he most healing s.sht In t/'rs \vorM of .. bi D fllififimr >DrD e I I :' ili ,i t:

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FOJI'E" FOOD (..o.I''jJTalo ., / t. ; t1l

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ur. l : .. r.'ID'D.-' I ,'I i it
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aat* s am a tcMhrr, JT-sWfng at Ii, I

ik 'h ,r Wi1m'rf', Ky It rtutly in iialticnore, I first i' ": ; i I

nut with nmCK.m :1 : '

1 '. very murh j>l<.A..tj with the fo<*L I

:lm.HUU 'f i i
urj truly, '
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA MONDAY, JULY 28,1802I

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DEATH''AND FUNERAL F* R. POU, .j .j FEET- FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY.-


; I : : : : FEED, LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.OPEN .


I; OF HON. J. M. MILLIARD DAY ArID NIGHT ,,-, We>t inten


POU & GINGLES, Managers. OPPORTUNITY A


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Pensacola's Former Mayor Breathed His Last :
I THAT YOU :-ilion.Jt IIAOIMM.:
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Saturday Evening-Was Buried Yesterday. i F. R. POU, .j .j On Monday and Tuesday only we will sell the Ct."l ie.

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I I .< .< FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER. .

1 After lingering' on a bed of sick- O'lirien Mou. W. A. Blount Mr. T. i j i $2.50
i 117 West InUn 3racia Street. Office Phone, 31. Residence Phone, 673.
: lit*') for uver two month-*.. Hon.. -J. M. C. Watson, Ex-Mayor: E. Anderson -j

: ,t Milliard, at 7:30 p. m died Satur- Mr. Ed. W
f, I Yi1 dry, surrounded by relatives audfriend A. H. D'Alemberte. THE BIG STORE ,

who hai watched over him In the great concourse which attended LADIES' OR MEN'S,

F during hi? long and tacking illness. the later services at St.

4 ; H i rdeat ilJ occurred at his home; 401 Michael's cemetery were men from FOR

r East Gregory street. every walK in life-federal, state : SPEOIAIOGAINS:

J. M. Milliard was too well-kuown county and city officer;-men representing I II $ J. 8 5.

.;'* I iii Pensacola to need further notice every line of business, and

,1 tMr from this paper. Mi public life as in point of numbers the cortege was I IN EVERY DEPARTMENT THIS WEEK. !
I The line embraces Vici Kids, Patent Leather, Plain and F..i .
legi-lator, mayor for two :terlll, one of the largest ever seen here i

t ; county commissioner and other offices The city council attended in a body i Light and Heavy Soles: Cuban Military: French Comm.A .-.. -
SHOES. HARDWARE,
i1 had introduced him widely The services were concluded at the !II i most complete line to select from.MEYER .
'1 I I Ictrnetery. We will Continue the Clearance A Fine U2.5IJ Refrigerator for---?>..7-i j
F tut only in Escambu: county but in i .. .. ... ...
j sale of Ladies' Oxfords Another .. .... --- -
} __ i A Fine String Broom for ;27cVeek j
every portion of the state. Ills connection [ '[ \ as we do not intend to carryover I
A Good Broom for20c
it W with great secret orders had '!DEATH a single pair and nave added a An 3-Btring !<'tltched'lippers j I'
t, THISMORNING Complete Line of Ladies' Strap All-Kip Wang-- SHOE
t! r f 'tr1 also served to make him widely j :-' at the following Greatly Wagon; Collar from...fl.Uj; to 82 75 j CO. ,

1 Reduced Prices: A Good Webb Halter for... ... 20c I
known
y among the many members of ;,: All $1.23; Slippers for .... .. .. ..$1.00 A Good Light-Weight/ Buggy .1
71 til;, those orders, and at every session |! OF All $1.50 Oxfords Slippers: for $In Collar from ..... ......7.otoSI2i I Feet FnniMifrs! for ('a->U Onl,.

) of the-e bodies his name: figured All $1.7-5 Oxfords & Slippers for $1.38 Buggy Whips from. .....lOc to ?;-i 50 i
All S2 00 Oxfords for .... ... ..Sl.69< 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
: more prominently in the proceedings I All f223: Slippers for .. ... ...II..:.3 Best; Values to be had in the city 1
jt All $:> 50 Oxfords & Slippers for 81.99 A Good Buggy or Wagon Har -
than any other one man in attendance. WILLWELLESt .... .... .... ..... .... -
;* All $."..IJ'(") Oxfords for ..... .... ..1240 ness for. $..w
,t I These prices don't apply to Queen Collar Pads, good value.-.25 to 5 eQuality I I

.: He took sick nearly two month Willie Welles eldest son of Hon. Oxfords, of which we have a Bargains in Crockery, Glass:: aCid I WNNNmNrfljM.Vrf
1 ull Stock. Granite Ware. >
ago, first with typhoid fever. Me
i # v aud Mrs. T. E. Welles, known to I '
was apparently recovering from this GREAT BARGAINSFOR
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,, everybody in Pensacola, died this !I DRY GOODS.
sr
4 : when the discovery was made that

.!;:;;4 w z -..: an abscess! had formed on the liver. morning at a few moments before 10 tli1 ;-:\

t':(:, At soon as; this was found ellorts to o'clock of typhoid fever, at the Sun Shirt Waists for Boys. Linen and White Skirts. JI;

1.i check its progress were commenced, home of his parents, 12u3: East: I Colors..... ......43(5( Linen Pkirts. ... I .....MONDJY.A'l ....

but the desired end was not attained Gadsden street. I White,... ..... .50c White Skirts.... { Half Price I!(,

Figured ,Challies.. fl.OO..Khirt Waists....6c -
and death was produced from It. (
The sad information spread:: in 1 1I Figured Lawns. .. i 3j0 and 2,010 yard Embroidered I5eedinasto ; dc'
4 + j Within a few momenU after he I to arrive Monday at ;5 and lOc '
Bar yard.
: Nainsook. yard :
town immedi.1telafter. death had L. FRIEDMAN
1F had breathed his; last, the informa i I X-Bar Lawn, lOc yard I See Center County. I & CO.'S '

4 tion spread in town and many were come, and many who could find an vv

tht the expressions bearing: upon the opportunity to do so at once hurried I RACKET STORE. ,* rtc::

loss the city had sustained. It seemed to the Welles home. !JUilliont loljnsott) & Sou. v ------ ..--

t 1 as if bu;ines was temporarily :i r Mr. Welles attended the Magnolia;: One Case, Fitchville. 4-4- Bleached Domestic a

nup -uded. Hlull concert last Thursday night/ /; to go Monday 7c III .
The funeral hour had been fixed i j returned from a trip to St. Andrews, only at Yard
aud when he reached home about where "
for 5 p. m. yesterday, but from morning fiu they succeeded ia landing IQ
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i midnight was taken sick. The next SOCIETY EVENTS some good-sized tarpons.
25 Pieces Black m'
: until that hour the house was Figured Brillianteens, worth
: i morning his illness became serious; rand Mrs. Rebecca Golay returned home 35 50 75c and $1.00
crowded with
i : condoling friends and your .,.
{ Saturday: reports from his, bedside J this morning on the City of Tampa 25c yard ...
; t choice of this lot at :
tbore who .
had called to see in death AND .:
PERSONALS from Milton
where
t' ; were anything but comforting r I *hp ha* been visiting
the man they had admired in life. the family of W. 10
i The r.! Pieces Wash Silk worth 1
: ailment increased ,
yesterday
ii Towards the afternoon the crowd began k5'25252.5'25'2.S'252S'2S2SscJEd ] Sr. \\'ilIams'I'L 97V
35c yard Monday at
aud per .
evidence:?: of appendicitis and
to increase, and when! the hour Mrs. Fred Clarke of Columbus, ._. _- ..
j inflammation! ; :lr Keene left on the noon train
of the
arrived the house, yard and street i i I bowels were :;today; for Century. (Ga., I is again the guest of Mr. J. A.j i IN OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT; ; ...:
noticed. An operation was intended I (Challin and
after two
family a
4 were a ma< of i
1 The distinguished people.dead was lying for yesterday; but the young man's I Rev. Chas. ;Motley of Century was weeks' visit to Mrs. T. F. West in I I E We are Closing Out our Entire Stock of Fiower- : ..

i ','i in the front parlor in a rich caket.Thi I condition was such as not to permit 1 in the city Saturday. Milton. !I Ii ** 5,10 and 25c per Bunch. .* __,

of it and death occurred this morn : Mrs; Charles Hamilton. a popular Rev. G. W. Tollett, pastor of the -- -- -
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remained
I until the list -
r 1 t open i iu;?. 1 merchant Milton, is in tne city today : First Presbyterian church at Mil- : YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE. "' :-
mom nit and a constant line of i ii ton, was in the city today en route

i; : friends filed into the crowded parlor! This young man's: popularity was ,I I i to Tennessee, where he will join his (' :
Adrian
tl widespread, and to everybody he was Dunwody is expected L. FRIEDMAN & CO.
and gazed for a moment upon the | home from Paris this week to visit wife and spend a month's vacationamong ,
.j known a:;: "Willie" Welle*. Re- the mountains. i :."tmmmNN
familiar features. III not a few cases ''relatives. iI i iMrs. '

di-t those who looked U\I'I' the great ceutly his talents as:: a vocalist were W. Williams, Sr., one of Mil- H. 1). Bennett, Jr., has returned I Ym'}
recognized and at every opportunity to the city, having the
i pent summer -
t mm, now beyond recall turn away ton's most prominent citizens, is in j I
I'I his services:: were procured for concerts : i the city today. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. j
t with tearbedimmedyes.; And this I
and entertainments. His P. M. McCarthy, at Robinson Point. Crab nets and fishing! .... : .
was: the same with men and women Mrs: Wm. R. Johnson and children Mrs. Bennett will leave for her .J" !! f' Rt t"I\\I( I,1111111\ "

t '\Ii kt'. creates popularity not only in have gone to Kentucky to ]home in Birmingham the latter part : tackle to suit everybody, at :j : i" 1 r'

e 1;. ... il. The room had: be.n strewn with I'en"acola l but throughout West ; spend the remainder of the summer. of this week. ___ I the Willis Hardware Co's. I: 1 1.
i Florida and Alabama: was as a 1 baseball ,
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choice cut tVnvers and llural desi-jus i and Mr W. G. Crenshaw are -- --- -
catcher, a po-itioc te always; I preparing to move to Florala, where Treat Your Kidneys For Rheumatism. Cleaning ladies skirts and waists Aq
.. ". rt'i're..t'lItiu.; every phase! of the When from rbeumatism | Is one of cur specialties. Star Laun- *
held creditably and ably. (the doctor will locate permanently. you are suffering I1Eta) Mq
qo\. : iluti-t'4 art. These hid been al=o the kidneys must be attended dry. __ <
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for Miss Etfie
Sympathy the -
family is extended Appear!-on, after a delightful
I lovingly and tenderly placed upon to at once so that they will eliminate j *
I from all sides; today.: ; visit to friends on East Hill, Thos. C. Watson & Co.,
,, the bier and synonymous with the I left last evening for her home in the uric acid from the blood. Fole)'s the leading Real Estate Agents take
l t.l dec M- 'd'= pa-t life, the prevailing Willie Welles; was a ;splendid typeof Selma Kidney Cure is the most effective I'! all the worry off the shoulder of the I nUTAURAHT! qq

ir young manhood, beloved by all ; remedy for this purpose. R. T. Mop-downers of property, manage; the ,, .'
k color was pure white i Mr?. O. Parodi and children I renting of their houses and the col- .
: came kins of Polar \Vis. "After !
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t who knew him, and his death is a says lection of their rents as conscientiously A
At 5 p. UK Ilev. W.t. Vreeland be4n i down on the City of Tampa this doctoring three for -
years a* would q
they themselves.
terrible blow to his devoted I <
parents
:' i the impre-Mve Methodist burial ;morning and will visit among rheumatism with the best doctors, I Their charges are very reasonable I: 110

service. -imr-licity wasuitibl: e I I and loving friends.; i :friends.i tried Fole)'s Kidney Cure and It I DAILY MENUS :-

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: the residence tomorrow afternoon at family went up to Milton Saturday this great medicine." Sold by W. : Compri all tI.-! T; : -
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1 wan heard attentively by hundred
I 4:5i: > o'clock. Interment at Ft. ', on the City of Tampa to visit Mrs. R. A. D'Alemberte, 121 South Palafox I!' Hotel Camden: Date Di'hes the :\111 .?
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nclu-iuu the
itc casketgently
At
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: John's cemetery. R. Shepherd. street 'I kets of the Wund ..
DV' lifted Iud conveyed: to the A.MDHX A I Afford.Ladies' .
I II W.-5. LA I IA 31 A, q..
I ----- --- i Whitney, a carpenter at the
r waiting hear-c. I I L. & N. shops, left yesterday for Men's and Boy's Straw Hat for : : ..;0
The i pall bearer were C Ipt. J. E. DEATH j jot OF MAYOR I:I ;Minnesota, where he will make his less than halt price this week at :| Is Now Open to the Public, A"

future home. Win. Johnson & Son's. Fresh Private.
stock i i
'i: .\110. .u i>Htsp.'au : uncrer the management;: of I, ::
JONES' INFANT CHilD
Mr. and Mrs. Joel McDavid of !
COLD rTORAOfR'tIEI.: Dining Parlor. *
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< p l lij CoiToe 1
i Chumuekla are iu the for MRS. S. MIMS :
city a ONS, ALL PRICES:< AT GAR- if
t Physician* know tint drug* will I week, the guests of Mr. and Mrs FIELD'S. .
., .Y, not correct the evil camed by cutfFP I Lou Epler, the 10-months' old infant Phil G. Caro. of Pensacola, Florida. M
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and the only remedy is to !
stop daughter of Mayor! :and Mrs C. :
5. drinking it. i' Mrs. Emma Gale left today for SWEET JAMAICA ORANGES j Regular Dinner Daily. :
Dr. \V. Allison of H ber. Ark., I Moreno Jones, died at 2 o'clock thismorning.andthe ; i i RATES REASONABLE, IC
y 'i ,' Faro. : "I have been! a coffee drinker Mobile She has teen spending a I have purchased through Mr. G. -
hearts of the entire :l few weeks with Mrs. E. j By the Day, Week or Month mi
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fur have often Qui&a,
W year and : thought !I Giardina the entire lot of fine Jamaica Short Orders Promptlv f|;
L- that; 1 could not live without it, but i community are sad today i in ;,1327; East Romans street. oranges from the Table Furnished with the Lest the
schooner Filled Night i C
or Day
Ti our after national man"ears' malady of suffering dyspepsia with, I ,'I ;sympathy with our honored mayor I j Ui5es Inga and Bertha Torkelson recently arrived, which will be sold I Market Affords. ::*:

,: i ; attributed it to the drinking of coffee and his:: estimable wife. The funeral l who cave been visiting friends i u from 20 cents to 40 cents a dozen. Public Patronage Solicited. "
t and after some thought, determined i l Milton H. ALnA\'s FRUIT It IL'el+ometbinRGooC *.' '.:1' A9Soo
3 i will take place from the family res- < during the past week, returned STORE, II wish,you'll end Jf at
to use Postuin Food Coffeefor to the city Saturday. 315 South Palafox Street, next to the Free Sample Rooms
} t tt t, my morning drink. I saw that: idence, 420 East Zarragossa; street, at ,
i l\, tim was made carefully with directions o ,15 o'clock this afternoon. Interment i Mrs Ed. M Pooley and children Postal-Telegraph--. office. 21jylw* Sunday Rates Made to Traveling Nick Apostle'sPopular
and found it just suited tt Men.
:. my ta-te. At first I used it only for I I m St. Michael's cemetery. I Ii went up to Bagdad: Saturday on the Just received a New Lot of Boys' Restaurant.
breakfast, but I found myself getting City of Tampa to make an extended White Straw Hats, worth 50c, Tic
*o much better that I used it at all :, visit; to relatives and friends ,
meals and I am pleased to say that I'i EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE I and 11.00; to be closed out at 25, 35 /GOVERNOR'S ISLAND, 1Y.. '

I ;+ ,T it has< entirely cured me of indiges WILL MEET SATURDAY 1 C. J. Bell the genial clerk at the and 45 cents. Wm. Johnson & Fan : VT H., July 8,1&92.-Sealed propos \YN M
3 t t tion. I gained! 19 pounds in i mouths ,I Merchants hotel, is visiting his als, in triplicate, for furnishing forage

o general health i is greatly im iI j mother in Alabama. He is:: expected Marston $ Quina the East and straw required in Dept. of *
prove The Democratic Executive Corn [ carry daring year ending Jane I will repair yonrwatreJewelry a.:
e of I to be back tomorrow afternoon. the largest line matting 30, l03, will be received here and at in first-class J Itepbens.
I must tl'llyou a young lady in mittpe of Escambia county Is:: hereby style
I I I places indicated in instructions Issued
1 Illinois. She had been in ill healthfor I I I called to meet at the office of the j i J. C. Richardson of Greenville, rugs, window shades, etc, herennder, nntil 12 m., August- .
the vital forces low
i N +k with many but little years pain. I wrote hero f 11,|I county judge in the city of Pensaeo- j| Ala., judge of the Fifth judicial cir i in the city- We lay our 7, 1902. U. S. reserves the right to

li 3 the good that Pos um done me and la, Saturday evening, August 2nd, |1 cuit, W. Y. Lovelace and Geo. Miller matting free. reject or accept any or all proposalsor Save 110 by hUff i I) j

;' advised her to try it. At toe end of lvW2, at S o'clock p. m. I popular mill men of Brewton, .furnished any part thereof. Information l nef fiirn :
: the year, she wrote me that Posts m Jxo. B. JONES and E. L. Lay the dust. : on application. Envelopes your :
I II Rogers; a prominent merchant Youcanbuy containing proposals will be s
r hid t'ntirt'lcured her, and that: she endorsed ture at Marston $ Quina
ji j had Drained'40 pounds in weight andfelt BEX: D. BEER. Chairman. and planter of Letohatchie, garden hose at the Willist "Proposals; for Forae and Great Furniture Emp -
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a' like herself again Secretary I I formed a fishing party who have Hardware Co. StrawatJOHS8UIPdOX,
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