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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 31, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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VOU 37. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 31.1902 NO 62

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f flOOD SITUATIONIN I II STRIKING MINERSCREATJNHBOUBLE I I EXPLOSIVE OF GREAT j STRIKERS] AND POLICE :





LONE STAR STATE I Drive Non Union Men From POWERJISCOVERED'Will Revolutionize ForeignWa ''i Ii j I BATTLE AT SHENANDOAHThe



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It I Is Still Unimproved in South SOUGHT PROTECTION OF POLICE. SATISFACTORY TESTS ARE MADE. I Storm So Long Threatened

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i I Attitude of the Striking Mine Work. Foreign Battleships Must Now Either
Texas. Bursts Forth at Last.Special
i II I I ers Is Daily Becoming More Demonstrative Double Their Steel Walls or Be as [ .

Serious Trouble Ii Likely Wooden
and Frigates to New Destroyer. .
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i. \ News. I I'ItTh. to The Daily News.lhenaudoah. .

.- it". .! si.i I. SOVEREIGNTY DESTRUCTIVE
: : Pa., July ;){.-The
special to The Daily News. News
,n proved, ... S.MUIi Special to The Daily :

\i: '.< maul I :j iirea Shenandoah, I'd.. July 30.-The attitude New York July SO.: -A new time city is under martial law today. It EARTHQUAKE IN

ol d!,'",tru< WITHDRAWNSpecial of the striking mine workers is fuse, for use on the armor-piercing is i reported that two Pole* were killed -
.-in Marcu riv-: daily becoming more demonstrative '
shells loaded with a rfcentldisco: \
1 I.i:< 'is and ilt'atm) I All last night a mob of fully 1,000 men red secret explosive< ; of great power, during the riot lat night, and CALIFORNIASpecial

The liraa < on and boys were on the march. They has been invented
:I I by war department their bodies carried away by friends.
> iulonb: in west to The Daily News. Shenandoah colliery
I,I first visited West : ordnancM experts and will accordingto
rom a railroad! New Orleans.; July 31.-The steam.er and do.e the non-union workmen a New York American dispatch Fifteen hundred troop fully to The Daily News.

'. i.e; waters slowt Condor, which has arrived here from the engines and fire
pumps from foreign
revolutionize
Washington
armed, under General Corbin Los Alamos Cal.
are' July 31.-A severe
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:iumn ;. On'1tli from Puierto Cortex, Honduras, brings rooms. The workmen were compelled warship building.

.,hi yesterday. the news that the British governmenthas to seek refuge in the camp of the cool Tests of the explosive and fuse have on duty and the 3,000 rioters who earthquake occurred here at
-', : !ay experienced! withdrawn all claim to sovereignty I :3.) o'clock
and iron police. been made, and so long as the United stormed the with this morning. Every
police
.. tit MI! ever knowni over the Bay islands of Utilla. Rua- The strikers assailed the breaker States government holds the secret, guns, revolvers brick building in the town was destroyed

w ,lit 3 feet high,! tan! Bonacca or Guanaja Feina and |, with .stones doing much damage to foreign battleships either must double stones and club are held in

.' u tae great tliwd cl Barbarat, and acknowledged that they i window glass. their st walls or be as wooden frig check for the time or wrecked. Sot a chimney
t<< P-: >irty losses will! belong to the republic of Honduras I From the West Shenandoah min ates to the new destroyer. being.It is left standing in the whole town

.- of dollars. Great Britain's formal acknowledgmnt the mob proceeded to Indian Ridge General Crozier, chief of ordnance is known today that the two and the windows in almost every

rain has fallen at was carried to the islands by the :' colliery, where they were confrontedby is quoted 8.3 having said that a test, of hours' flhtinR last night resulted in house shattered.The .
.;'D At Upland! cruiser Psyche, which salted from Havana a body of special police whose the new explosive has been conducted were

"i: was drowned under s"'alad order on July 17 j presence prevented violence. with eminent success at the Sandy at least 37 wounded ; seven fatally. people lied from their hornet

,: -tream is a mile The British landed at Ruatan where of strikers picketed the approaches
I Squads Hook proving grounds, that the shell Over 1,000 shots were fired, and to the streets in a wild panic. No
I the proclamation was read to them by to several mines where the carried its contents through the thickest .
one was killed, though had
"ion say that hun the captain of the Psyche. There ar' pumping is in progress and urged the armor, and that the fuse lived long the authorities put to flight. many :

ton are und--t some Americans from the westernstates men employed not to work. Dcpue *I enough; to have exploded o| the interior Governor Stone who eat the narrow escapes.
',iw I.t the lira who have recently" come in. Th Sheriff Coombs, Union Organizer; Gin of a ship of war. The shock had a spiral motion.

:." tributaries. only language :spok*>n i i' English.!; The j' ley and a posse of deputies are herei The greatest penetration securedwas troops at the demand of HLeritIKedell The goods were hurled from thee

>. has tallfit a; islands do a large fruit trade, mainly i]I endeavoring to maintain order. 'hat of a shell fired from a 12-
au.iug sever' with New Orleans The United States i inch is expected to be on th shelve i>f the stores and piled in the
It 14-inch
I Iun.; pierced Krupp
."! t.unal: ani government u I the only one having a ] Non-Union Men Beaten. armor before detonation. The heaviest scene today. middle of the room*. It ',* impoibl

consul in the islands i I Shamokin. PA., July 30.-HundrBds hind now in use i3 said to be to t-timate the !,>**. Among the
et .if :.1n: fe:: I I of strikers lined the roads leading to only U,tli'hf,6 thick.
The streets i' FIRE 1 different! collieries today and preventedthe Wilkesbarre, Pa., July :;.-President i.I i. principal buildings; to sutler destruction .

: ,t tlus"nde j {. $50,000 'I non-union men from going to work I Mitchell U working Lard to restore was the Pres-byterisu

\ a :,h't dre, John and non-unioa SAMAR STILL
Shipman
son I I church, a large, hand*oute brick
r ",t lO"a.J vi AT DES MOINES tarn, were brutally beaten. Strik'e reace in the rioting; district ofShenandoah.
1 I store, and the general Moue of W. !v.
e i leaders are busily! engaged in trying to STORM CENTER l He has issued the following
l i ':"s n! ra n -- ralm the strikers! who have growl Wickenben.
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.w I more restless. President :Mitch:
., :0:, vial to The Daily News.:
r mi to :IV .IU:.
will visit hen as soon as possible to
. ( ) .- tho' I : "S M' :t." K.Ii" 'iji.iny : "When while not informed of the KINC'S CONDITION
urn i>11 IJrtss the men in an endeavor to Special to The Daily News.Waihington.'JuIy
t '' 'a:: Fe fr.nr. the j to'ay toi.r.t! >!'.. ; ;, :'.'1 an I keep them from breaking the law and regretable occurrence at :Shenandoah I
< > ar, .'it of wash-! another dying ::: th > S, :, '. '.'.'all Pi from 30Ianila paper !
also them
I to
to urge keep away MOST EXCELLENTi
'" ., 1.1 ::1!,' >t rise m the per company's biiiHr.g :c S uth IH'- the mines.iiIOWA published June 1& has quite 2 consequently I am not in position :'
I long account from Catbalo an, Samar
!.mJ icce. and at Moines while trying ton'| out: a fin i to say whether the miner or1 I
:: '?I se !I t..Pt. which destroyed t ?.">(0.' i\v.ril.t : t.:' j'im, t Indicating that the people of that i
.1 Waco la rising rty. The It-a ...a...s -..aa.is Davie; | REPUBLICANS j island! threatened trouble when Gen deputies are responsible, but am ilbpti I) ia! f. Th. Day; X.1 -

.. 't it is falling. Watt, night watchman l 1.;i thi- Since: I j eral Jievarra was not made Rov"r- nevertheless much grieved to l Cowe*. July :;!.-The following-
nor It is stated i that Samar Is keeping
.i 'res of valuable Wall Pay': : <-ompanThe other'r :
:T water along name is 1. P. Mille:', night guard for1 MEET IN CONVENTION up iu reputation as the storm center that there has been a serious viola bulletin wa* i i-ued from the royal

n" I'orsicana, withcontinues the Long Shore mill: I of the ar'hlp..la In peace as tion of the law. yacht Victoria and Albert thi< morning -
It well! as war the turbulent spirit! of its
.ze is IicVt-d the two men securo-l! :
i.+tlon a quantity of !liquor, repaired to the 'Special to The Daily News. pecple! shows itself. "I have repeatedly I warned the miners "Hi-

':< is steadily! rig- offid- of the Ball Paper company, an..I I'i Ik>s )luilll'';, Iowa July A><,-The' Republican Even the: prospect of civil government maje-ty made rapid progre**
that the
after drinking the liquor | could not prevent a display of person who'io1:1tel.l: the since Monday Ian. Ills general con-
\ "I' adjacent farms went t- ,, ktatf lun\entlon 'onn'n"1
yards of railroadi.hej sleep. In some manner the building: at 11 o'clock in tli.- new auditorium opposition! and a Igorous expression 1'i law was the worst enemy tile strikers dition leave* [nothing:: be deired.
was set or. fire and firemen'rould 'I of the popular will that Samar'e choice; i
before the with !
Just north ol a large attendant, I
His wound is
closing lati
: j could have. I have directed the -rl&ctorily.
was Guevarra, Lukbanand
I ivach the factory the flames i On the platform \\'t re Senators Alli&fin successor to
lion bridges aro had gan.i: urh headway that it wa? ,, anJT>oli\er! Secretary of Apn- the late leader of the insurrectionj!i j local officers and committee to be The king is now aide to walk the

!Marts are again i iu impossibl ti save mUI h of the stork culture Wilson and the full congresI ary forces in that island, and the i I!: full length of the pavilliou oti deck
I stringer from Cebu though fa h, :, constantly alert for any breach of
even t I
All trains on then and mall.l.rTRIAL I flonal delegation, with the exceptionI easily, without a"i.tuice.
h of the I i-f Captain J. W Rumplf. who Is ill I ("r*.l by the civil commission receivedscant ;! peace. I. tru-t judgment will bei
Int"rn01'1 Disorder "Next bulletin will b" given -\Ul.
N' j RfV. courtly. was prophe- i
itht-rn in Chicago A. B. Marshall rf
nans are coming: I' ORDERED 1 the Central Pre.byterian l'hurchf sled should the peopl.'s'Ishes be Ignored. i withheld until rei responsibility thei I uot 7th.

.. '1 this Governor Wright; however, (:,itned,) "TitE\
outh. The Satd'r city, offered the invocation after Shenandoah trouble ha been prop >: ,
\ than ever be- IN TRUST CASESpecial '': which CocKressman W. 1. Smith, ut refusal to weaken, and Lucent was i'I '! .. LA KIM..
inaugurated the I erly located.
according to official
I:. excessiveran.-> Puttawatmia county. was introducedby
programme "I:A :\ K"A KT.''
1 i', is, The whole Chairman Sinclair, of the state eta I -

i" Marcos is inun- tral committee, chairman of the cou I Shenandoah, July 31.-Several i
'anae has resulted to The Daily News.Charleston. vention. He said: KILLS SON j I I HIS HEART
> itself. S C., Ju.'y 3<\-Judge "The Republican party is weddedto !small outbreaks by the strikers oc'i j

.i.try creeps which Slmontou. in th* Unltc-d States circuit the general principle of a protective curred at the outskirts of the city today I I j

.< r r in them for ft) court, has handed down an opinion tariff, but cot to any specific AND SUICIDES ,: i WAS SEVEREDSpecial
'. remanding the suit filed by the but were prouimly suppressed.
: c.ii: bankful. schedule. The tariff! should be revised ,
> d' of even approxl- state of South Carolina against the from time to time to meet the -- Governor Stone arrived this after '

:.t of the damage, Virginia-Carolina Chemical companyto changing conditions and reduction of Special toTbe t!'u. to The Daily News.

'* ;, tj be away up In the state court for trial. a rate. Placing an article on the I-ouit'.ilUVrTy., July 30.'While in H noon. Eagle Pass 1t: '.' July 3u.-Angus'

"""isands of dollars !, A motion to Lave the case remanded I free list Is no evidence much less confession fit of temporary insanity as a result ofa A telephone message from Hheritfi I tine Alajaraza was fatally ..taU. nl at
e <-'e used largely as cot was made: by Attorney General Bel I that the original rate was revel attack of pneumonia D. .
linger In behalf of the state. In the I wrong when mad The Republican Dye, formerly a barber shot and f I I i Iledall was just received by GeneralCorbin an Estanislado early hour Tuesday morning by
Perin
1 *..-., all given ample suit it is alien*! by the plaintiffs that party will modify the tariff whenevern tally wounded his 11-year-old son, Car I asking that the company of Diaz, MPXIMV I''rf'z Culda-I in return PorflrU received
*f noting out of tha thn lnia-Caroina! Chemical company I conditions require such modlflcation rol and thi _committed suicide at his phots
..'" stock RO the loss is a trust, and operation aa sue h I and if. in any specific case, a home In this city today. troops be ordered to quell a serious few hours! later.that caused his data 1

.': 11.1!' S.> far sin--e U i a violation l 01 the stat law change In the tariff! will tend to relieve This morning after eating brfa.kfa5tv.lth I riot now raging: at New Philadelphia. : Both mron1iPf pnamflred nf the
',,i :. no* persons' have By having the suit sent bark to the i the people from the oppression, of a hit family he started upstairs to same
w lieda's state court General! Bellinger considers trust without undue Injury to American awaken his son, and a short time after I woman. and In a '1'Jam.1hkh followed

it the first victory. !' labor, that change ought to be he left the dining room his wife The a t'nn\pr'atlon about her the
I' toes=axe !say* a number of shooting and cutting
occurrnj.
Suffer Greatly. JuiJn Simonton reviewed the litle't i made" and daughters heard pistol shots from I The
+ '1.-; W tion at length and heM that it was not i 4 the room above. Hastening/ upstairs non-union men are penned in a heart of Alajaraza was severed, but
-At noon to- I
a matt r for federal Jurisdiction. I they found Dye on the floor dead with he succeeded in Icflictlng fatal Injuries
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-at IOU continues I house and collision
seri- a i ii imminent!
SHIPS COLLIDE on his! adversary tip tor.. hI! (Jle-1.
is and Pacific is run ; a bullet wound In his head, while on
the bed his between the sheriff's Alajaraza was well known In musical
lay son shot through the deputies and
BO -j far west ae Big I circles! here, and Prrz
CONFERENCE OF belonged t*
a* ur dst as Stanton. FIFTY LIVES LOST temple and unconscious. A physician the striker' *. Monterey.The .
I was called and
"*< '-dice pronounced the boy's
.'" to build very around slowly COLONIAL PREMIERe ', wound fatal.FARMERS. i virtue
OOCHOPPERS
Tack( today or tomor- ,I I 500 one' iIFa of Buntt'i
f I Special to The Dally News Vanilla Extract U purity. It U real
> tho
same road art I
!' '.ut of Dallas, at Elmo j[i Singapore' July- '31->.-In a coilisiooff HAVE j MAY BE DROWNED t: vanilla extract and nothing but va.
t to The Daily News. I villa extract. .
i"" :Eased: The Mis- Malacca Strait* settlement be- I ; 'Always use /;,,,-

K. -"wen : Texas service is dU.ai. London, jly' 30.' -Colonial* Secretary -1;:: tweeD the British schooners! Princa FATAL FIGHT I I !tf'lI )

a :;. Alexander and IIan }l1n Guan ,
I Intonlo and th* Chamberlain presided at today's the for-
'"r is being! handled conference of the colonial premiers.The :! met vessel! was sunk and 40 lives were -- Special to The Dally News: C.A.'Z'OnrA.
over _tie i'1 lcd: Ya Ht.e (,sari8lgxatc' 3 I
3 \1 r 'a-ks, The Texas Cen1 principal topic discussed was tha : lost. The schooner Alexander wu Special to The Daily News; I Dallas, Tex., July 31-A report

out east of \Vhtti e political relations of the empire. It I I built at Papenburg. Prussia, in 187S, Grenada,'-'Miss,, July 30.-At I from Hillsboro which jut reached 61 .
j 1 '4 o5 to) fall! In the great was practically! decided that similar It was 132.7 feet in length, with a net Rosebloom I
), .. 15 miles from here, In Tally here says 500 wood choppers who -
t -';1f,', but streams are conferences should follow every four Tonnage 13S. and sailed under the
hatcnle county Addle Alison, a farmer in the bottom lands Jut received a New Lot of '
between Boy
are the
)'ear3 Other points dlKUBMi. were British flap. The Ban-Hin! uam. also
--- mutual protection of patients throughout was built In 1S7S at Glasgow. It was farmer, was shot and killed by toother Rlcbland and Po=toak creeks have White Straw Hat, wrth ton, 75c
and
.: &r.d take It to any the empire, acquisition: of ocean 1S0.3 feet long, with a gross tonnage neighbor John Little. The I and fUJI to be closed out at 2-.. 3.;
dead leaves not been heard from since the
man a wife and four caJl- heavy and 4-
of wireless > cents. Wm. Johnson & Non
: unite dealer and getr'.ain's cables and regulation tlegraph [ of 443.
dren. Little made his and is of last -- --
escape rains Saturday. It is feared ---- :
:: : Stomach anj ) -x-- till at large.ICECOLD.
T '> best Physic They GO TO THE GARFIELD ICE they have all been drowned by the Ball Bearing, keen cui-

rs of the EtotsacB. Try THE NEWS Want column ; it FACTORY FOR YOUR FROZENWATERMELONS. MELONS flood which swept over that section ting Lawn Mowers, at the

will pay you. AT GARFIELD'S. as a result of the rain. Willis Hardware Go's,1 -

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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY 31 1802

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I, L STEAMSHIPS. I HUMOR OF THE HOUR I EXCLUSION ACT 'VIOLATED. | MALARIA AnInvisiblB

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Ya Varloo Application Many Chinamen Being SmuggledFrom

"1 observe that you use the phrase Mexico Into United States. j

I | AN iANrR critical oin-ratlon' very frequently. I El Paso Tex., July 30.' -A prairie Means bad air and whether it Enemy to

"Yes." answered the l1by lcln.! "It schooner, loaded with six smuggled comes from the low lands and Health

( To NEW YORK, often applies., Sometimes it refers to a Chinamen piloted into this country marshes of the country, or the filthy sewers and drain p'-? '

A > r> ALL crisis lu the patient's condition and from Mexico by an American, has been I and towns, its effect upon the human system is the -or.- :t*

]i j EASTERN 1 sometimes to the remarks of our professional captured near Douglas, A. T., by custom I These atmospheric poisons are breathed into thin: :e 1,. t. ?,

associates"Vashington I guards. The driver of the wa- by the blood, and the foundation of some long, dc'ulitatK: : :i"

i V in.Q t& Star. on escaped but Chinamen are in I. Chills and fever chronic dyspepsia torpid and t-n'.ur: ,:' '. .

@ \1\\lll V I i Took Him Lltrrillr. custody on the charge violating the troubles, jaundice and biliousness are frequently due t>> t':. u T

1 OCEAN: STEAMSHIP ().'\ I IJ Cinder Charley- told dat lady 1 exclusion act.Detecti'e I Malaria Noxious gases and unhealthy matter collect in t.c} -'

I LI.WK.ME-, -m .a : was merely tryin'to k'f-p soul an' bodytogether. Riley! of tne Bisbee railway Ithe liver and kidneys fail to act and are poured into the t';..- ; *

JO Hours of Ocean ;: Theo who was here today said that I! it becomes so polluted and sluggish that the poisons litir.tr::'. I. ?

I Sailings each Hilly Trucks-What did she say? an investigation disclosed the fact that the skin, and carbuncles boils, abscesses ulcers and ran --.s r'

i 3 from Savannah Cinder Ch.'lrl'bt' gave me a safe- Chinamen have been smuggled into II indolent character appear, depleting the system, and thrt.it. :. '. 3

ty pin.-I'hlladfliihU! Itecord.There.. Woman the United States regularly for some The perms and poisons that oppress and weaken UK '
t TV .tatntr* .; tl.i -.pn.ir I. .. j jI l[ time ; the life-giving properties of the blood, rendering it thin .1-. : w .:
3f ianl'lr.ttri rrd. M- IHT.lv' by means of pralrlschoon"r, ;,
I be overcome and carried out of the before the .
l 'l"-" i ulr if arii'tn -I i iw System :t
;\u \ is by a condition of ill-1 which failed to the jut- 4t
i-i '"-I. in. -it ? UII.TI I /.U Argument discouraged arouse suspicion of
\ A .!>> it ra. ,iiinri i Vi t.tc.4&d'-, said "is health which fails to yield to the treat. : get rid of Malaria and its effect
: W-- M' r' Nr.. V Ik. 'I "This the philosopher, a the border guards.
time of unrest It'- ment of local physicians Mill be glad to I S. S. S. does this and quickly p: '- >'
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porn TI* MtlxVtTIOHt. :: !
J ....n. t.C. a....TT G "You're right;: ," interrupts the new know she can consult Dr. Pierce, by change in the blood, reaching every "'k: ." -
TEH .....". ..llr>11.> Isl.. I..-J'.l.. I'.. letter, fr((. In a little more than thirty Ecuador Will Make Exhibit i iGuayaquil lating them to healthy! .
,4 r. ".......|..,. 1 i A ".ll.rlll.l... <...".l .s...t. rlM.mlll, years, Dr. Pierce chief consulting physician Ecuador July 2d.-President possesses not only pur.fyinj but 1\ '
for two weeks. -Chicago; Uec-
"' ,.. to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Plaza will ask and the
'f '" C.C. congre/ for an general health improves .I!: \
ord-IIerald. Institute.. Buffalo X. Y. assisted his
by I appropriation to enable Ecuador to Increases almost from the first do e. There is no Mercury I' .
staff of nearly of
-- a score physicians,
Fntllr Kno ,lrdtr. has treated and cured hundreds of thou I take part in the St. Louis exposition i i' or other mineral in S. S. S. It is strictly and t-ntirt-lv a vrt...'

GENKUAh FHKNCH- "I don't want to know how to make sands of weak and sick women. All 1 An exposition Is planned to be held I Write us about your case and our j:hv.uans will gladh '

Following h tne schedule money go farther," he insisted. correspondence is held as strictly privateand ,' In Guenta next May, and it is expected J their advice to regain your health. IkxA on blood and skin -,

government steamer General "Why not?" sacredly confidential. Address Dr. II the exhibits at that fair will be sent tree. THE swifT SPECIFIC co.. Atlanta C..
R. V. Pierce. Buffalo X. Y. i
which THE NEWS prints t "Just because I i-ersonally! find It too to St. Louis. The Ecuadorian board -

benefit of the merchants i ,, far off: as it i-l'lIl1alh'lJLI1! : North Bnnoynm liter bring female subjected trouble'for' rata some Mrs time Minnie to an I of immigration is greatly interested in Sound kidneys are safoeuar-ls ff ; Rubber hose, al.\ '

their goods to the varou '' American. Tillut-Kjn., of l'olomaYl'rmilion Co, 111.. Box j the plans for the St. Louis exposition. life. Make the kilnh'alth. ) with ,
pot.1: ; iw "1 wrote to Ir R. V Pierre. who at once '! I Folf' "'S Kidney Cure. S<,iM by W. .\. ,' t,ie Jlllht; IlUr Lt-an'I'.o.acoll\ .. ... ..... under-tood my suffennjz and advi-ed me to I i I i21
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.Ihln&; Do Inc. take hi- Favorite I'rt'-<:n.'t\on' and 'GoldenMedical i Police Gather In D'\lemh''rte South I'alafox strpE '
Leaves rUrmncns. .. ..... } Many Waifs.
.. Lt-av... Plfkrn5 .. ............ "What i is the matter with Rill: *''" Tablet,' Ilncuvcn and "ppo-norit'" and ue al After"o hi 'Lra".IarrIiDcli' '
"Wdrryin over liu!';\iiifss affairs. : et ht or nine months 1 wee completely
Lrav$-a IVnsacola . ... : ; I'j of the probation officers the police'made Pocket cutlery and .vmV.HI WIll hate r' 1'
ciirtru ;
"I didn't know he had busi-! x'sons
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'rrlHllrranCIi.* 11 a. in. any r> Pierce for hi. advice and j: of the :
1 am grateful to r a tour principal downtowni I tt.Wl'r !:'Ilrfeu. If :
make. a trip to Fort McKee ." he the Tines to thcchcajiest
and front
n"i' the kind f'ncuu.al:1nllE'u"rs/ wrote toInc \ \
i retail streets last night
turn to P.nrrsncHi. with : and gathered Iawagrouud. > 11
aJnan wom..nltfl'.inl1
I..-av-s K rr"nca-> ..... : "That's it lIe hasn't.-Iu lianapoU 1 woul.l > : I ,\ -
.b..a \la him ITompt andrvspectful at the Willis 'hump, aid .
Li-a\r J'ickrni ... .. female >l' to con: in as many as they could of the scores ] 'II
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will be and
... .... News attention given good of little! 'I though' he lilt t
Lrair I'Pn-acohF advice recl'ly"IIy doing" j i fhiidn-n who are sent into 'Hardware Co. :
-- | ., ,
l>ari-ii J'ickfn .. .. .. r.\.rv woman wit1
Arm** l-Hrraiiras 5:.)' p. 01. Drfmril. The Common Sen-e Medical Adviser, | tlumeets nightly to !>< < and pedill owe:and if .>:> w.i tHI)1IFIItY.
trip to Me!:..e and mum.On inob large pages: in paper covers, is sent Forty children, boys and girls all b->, .
"Pa.'lid the little
mj111ito.'hat ? : Thu"' C. 'Vntqon C
\Vrdlte-davsand :-; I "
of
one-cent to
fret' receipt 21
on stamps tWl"pnl and T
do.-s 'p'i ('\','rInlt'ali.' anyway':" years ofapo, were j The l.'adintf K 'al E "
bolt wpl) leave e\pen-e of mailing OIt V. Address I under-iguedtake-thi-u' !I'ld -:
pay I ;i
t-ns for lVnacoli at Ii ::iO p. "1''rH.\"t'fm..p, my child," replied Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, X. Y. ',, gathered in. I if iilfriii tierstrvuf- n- ;1' can liuw her w
The (ient-ral KrptuHi i* f' the wise\ old insect, "iwnns finding a j j I flr-t-ells iicii.fJ hUt! W ifo, [,.n'- )"*",

purl'-P'' only and any out"i I ho!' in a wire sen'('n.n-Philadelphia Will Develop Mireral Lands. I j Lug had 36 vear- pxpfrn-iie-. |i -

have a pa-s from the q I'r.-ss. Possible 1 eeptlon. I Ironton. 0.. July 3n.-The Vall.-v Can give bf-t of r'I.r''p" fr..'.: ,; JIIltL neu' :,':1'

o take pa-page 01 tier. --- -- "It i Is Miff,. aKi tinIf.turcr. :leading phv"wiw'I: I itv .
my I Iron company, with a capital of t1 i. .1'I. fyfl the I'' i11' .I
A "nH.l Itrnon.yr ui.kln: ;': a uini.ii-tiiiii'y .lin'l.llJu! iron flle), will bf organized next month to \-' \( 0 Illn.

STEAMER LINE !rra.".. tinulijict in bund, "t litt:: wi- iinon develop mineral lands near Chant jltf IU-'iH Iii \" ,in, .. (rlntrNln.r.OR.'MQPFETT't;" ,

!._ .07 thtwe >if great fh.inp-s in our civic I. nooga Tcnn. by Ohio and Penn"n ., -

1 t and industri-ii life Co-uiieniiion will vania capitalists. A blast furnace I''I Cores C"lTCCTHINGPOWDJW i '
{ ':' :.1 "In' the problem of cheap and (i>uif'lrlaldi' -
IIf't\\ *'*', lYtisncnl.i and ,", i :200 tons capacity will be erectedi r IJII
.\ --f' living ii our large citiw The I sf'lfla

Hun- hail> I .\<'rpt ".. "'j.'\''-..J.rf ."" 'i ."iii.NI".ili' > will do away with all our c4ter ca'

r;:=: : 'J,' ,. i-N IJr! I l.inM.! ,.,"-- !i Vacation Days. ;: A, .
"CITY OF 'I'11.1\ -.1.. U i ; .
.
x.-t ill" Mutti-ri'd bagcanl ml1 Vacation time is "
\.::... } a !I here and the children 15 ,

';. Ar I.v I'.D..ola.M.ltun <:.:: "hin Rill t''D.'IIIl Ar Milton >i n. ,-ill niiiii "f business! In the anti I are fairly living out of do.! s. {' Costs Only 25 cents at Drug>;l ists t Ihl:r.l i ,
,
lnrr.'JV Hound trip.*! :"" !! There could be no healthier place for KtiSlj JiA Z Or nut V., rnN t.. C. J. MOFFETT. M D ST L(.",, : '.'
: : JrT Ai.d tnitli'! pn-s.-ure on the capacj j them. You need only to guard against
ity ot the hum.in machine does stem to W IT. harI!!I-.! Hr M f." Tt hani nil' T. "I. .
[ I the accidents incidental to most I "d.I ... in pi i ." 'r. l : 4' '. t or .
incren'with thi- onward openair .. ,,
; NO FACTIONAL LINES march of sclt 0' .11'i M 11" -t'rt r .lr, Icr. .'r. a .r 'r raj t
t : JlOI ts. No remedy ('cluaise Witt's lyia.-g1 t's.r rMr r .r-i I.t' ... .. .of .a i n4'. .
( p liu-ayo; Tribune. I'
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Lot sun nr. TI r.-u. 3 o q. uq Iiwbl e" h' I' ''' 11
Senator Tillman Sas He Is Witch Hazel Salve for quickly stopping 11111..1.,, a I\.IS Hill N
pain or removing danger of sm-
the Fight. \ The 1'reaent State.1rq! .
; OilS tonst-quences. For cuts, scalds\
Columbia S C. July 3').-(' i and wounds. "I used DeVitt'sYmh BOYS and GIRLS! nlt'I'I'dUII't.ntnlc.l"":: ;'I'"

tics un the report that fa I Ua7.fl Salve: for sores cuts and :''. lIt: ." '.
me otlr BILIeinp." l'' I"' ".'. > ""'1---.,.' i "Ii Hi. .' \n ii.iihollst I .
sorry bring drawn by him bni.-< -, L I!. Johnson SwiftTix .
; says .
h" i'I- 1.,1\l mill! > .. li i I >, >? II Our .t "
" ward in favor of his nf- ? 'it is the heft remedy on ilu- lilt witcr \ '.', I.-.0 .1. .'i. u. .1- i. IH > I ..t.... \"u' .
mark I." Sure fur piles and MIIIII ..r. .-. i .! a.a II -- : I' 'i. -i .TO-i.I, px.1 u
Tillman. Senator Tillman says cure H h.'ii t 'I i HV- '''. I'L: in i. > 11 kit, ( 'i I t1.) 1ot.1. t. II). tInn .
"It U the most absurd tbln .\\ ty ilon'1 we e\er make Swlsperlyr skin d's\ 'a.M'". lit-waie of ('oiintrf i '" ">! ,,' I I.it' I ,.: vir ,i: i,i .
..I, t...' ;".. Harm Phaima'iy, John shy! V. AddriKr.. (. !,to> :.N \1.\ :<0 tt 11 iiM: M > I', 1'1 rs | ,, oI I'
)
bard '
that He ward should
> f pard and l S> dn\ "> Kaltn.
faai-tion to run for governor.

cothiDK 'o du wit"t! It it "1 i iY ir

Of.Brit phi-.. ol tiuil-L: :r.. I opiate"I i I ; IF YOU ARE i ir r I ROYAL STANDARD) \K'HIiiK\ J


Hr writ on to >.i> i' .it t r LOOKING FOR BARGAINS l plats Old, in Casts tf< 4 Fell Qnrl, at S3.23 etc ,

opinion that th old! ,.: '"p r ,

tic'n of Tlilman! ;\ \r.'>. at t. '! 1
.eta uhlltcratrd For I will .11 1 < ri'itr- \VHIKKVi: : .li-till.- i'
the next ten days < <
1 1Cnat"merVnitr I I l I Ky.. I.i itilcryuid! i rule .
"I haw
gained i ,7
more
you any article now in stock at .t H"r" h.\lIuO. It 1"I:. ;
have lost and in this campaign what's this? i ,I '1 !I" ti'Hiny by \\ -k- \
> r
I! discount) of :2-1; per cent from thrulur _'-
! dijate will IIf''uh.t! for or a.;; \\iiti-r It's lM-nnsotip, sir. t ''r wi.pri"! pr i I I' '1.

- either of the old factions. I < 'u-(iiint r Nr''r mind! what it's. price. Think of it-you will \ :" ;. .*T4 till 'A tlf .1. k '

i'on: diamond ring or it- ..I"lIt fi, ,
drawing lines wht-n I see a K--ii. Wii.it is it now'r-Chicaso Armrhnt | sive a ; pin. \i iii.ilitv.
disguised as a Democrat who "!;. .. t. "I! ild his claw In where at regular price it would CDIitl0. '; tk't tt thin rr'r 1 I h" tall

1:1, I, :,tl I. ,: ":,, ._ 'i il :ln. : .it' r.i-ly ;pure ..tltn. i it' '
impudence to enter the : (|( see ; you save t!;> cents on .. .. '
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'
i1 .u"e Cl.lltUlIU H r. i'di -
I nraarj-." \\' nrrlrtl llrr. ', every dollar': worth you buy. Now [ 'r. ''":.h'uU. If pu..a
senator { Irctn ( Io" ii.. Mr Mefklf worried.As .
Tillman eourse I nm
declared h the time to buy your diamondorwatch I \\ -k.\'. i* n"t .au..ft..d i'
ally he had nothing to say nor I nill; Did you ever know a circus a dutiful wife I rant help fillingw ;: or any other article inlock cm 'j" ": the -..mi.at: -iiir ..x ;

6r.)' of th- camiiilatts in clown ti 1 pit off anything funny? for I am Mire my husband is kH-ji- F will b< ri'f>iud<-d.

tive race s. Thi.-) was JI1-\\'hy; Yt":;. in something from alp anti shan't very cheap. Call and examine .1..,j f..r- -1.ul,1 h" ..t.e..I ,
"What for li tan ',''r" ] gooii. Hemtmber thi" otter ifor t"tPu.tit's "' i I' '
ftfil. I > I*> (mtent until know what it is. EIGHT 1tAaa OLD cuff "i i "- ;/ .
"His ring; cl'itheb."-Yonktrs States- Mrs. I'ritkMy husband is keepingt.oimthiny | only ten day*. No trouble to -howI pr -- j t' i I' "tir \\' rIf
s '
man. J. STEPHENS. li.ltik r ii iii-i '" it.: II I'i
NO FEAR OF MOB ; from 11an.I I aiu worried I good-. C TANDRR

i 1'eenuse I know what it i:;. lliSouth I'alifox treet

Howard Committed to Jail I Vnilnni to Try."Matrimony" Mrs. Mcck-Indccd! What is it? i S. A. FRIEDMAN.
I ruuc-] the! elderly wo- Mr Freak-It i is money.-Washing
of :Murder. i man. "sjioils many a romance" ton Timt i The fine-t line of umbrella. in the

Xf'1 'atiir. Aa.! Jnl> j ")11 that case," rci,!lie.l the younger city i* at J. I. Stephens'. Ho look :'0.1 t. Ia"1'kli.l 'k f' IVYti1SKEY" \:- ", : \

jrfliminarx trial of Robert II I woman promptly "I would like to \nd Hope Hi-tnrnPil. at them.

thrt t.Olill1" and| Nanhvill! ; I Lave a romance spoiled.-Chicago As the piiticut retnnn-d to consciousness 1' n HMX ll.1.1' "

conductor, who hot F.ank I IVt. he saw that duritu a paroxysm be II'
wish the Lest
ball plajfi in Huchh.-its > I hlIkit'k.,1\ l the eo\i-r off. 1'roi-t-edin; 1you very r ,,, r ma
to be ice at the ratanrtAia fjgf'n.dl- -viry d.I"f I IbuU Ix
remarked crell1nfreeer
replace
them : very
cintly. x\as held l y.strday I Not \\1..01.
I
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: >rh'j.! w. .|. -if :> I. '!
two days after the shooting: I -You say you couldn't drink the 11a. ha: liespite" the .I..ctl'r't1mJot'? lowest price, the Willis j jl al' > v i1. WiAGtNT

an! was th.n taken to i ij'laoed coffee: at the hotel.! I suppose you 1 will n'
in jail fur tear: of a threw it away.

trd wa" :iinmeht dark tor Hoarder-No; I used it in my fonu- ti I'n.pliiniil.Hrst (/ .

O'clock this morning and i tain l.t'II.-1.. Louis Globe-l>omocrat.i Hwlio-What didou mean by
tflluif the couldn't WICI< E CO.
lady you get Workat &
f 'licp: IB strong against ) We will launder your spreads foi
your trade? You hau-n't any trade. I each and make them look
rrtgns and there is a .. \ol !'o" Fn..I. 15: cents
I Second Holio-Then I can't ?et workat like Star Laundry.
I art of the people that the I i jIli..tf'rhll' I married four coupl. uw.
I it, can l-New. Yort:1'-s.
he allowed to take its .ourl&f'. s in til teen minutes.Captiiiii Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter.No. .
A Cure For Summer Complaint.
The state intiodiiieii! ten -Lit'& I't'l', that's sixtun: ,
Water coolers that do not
The bt of the .'Hoye.! :: *1 \ : klilts11 hour. \\ ., ran belt that eas- Summer complair.t is unusually! prevalent

Howard < onimem...
curiiinR Ham and that Haur well developed case in the writer'sfamily Co.'s. All Km-1 01 ria.ibr a ltd O *- K-t <- :Mii 'I iiiK .

.
e..I.I..1 Crl Rubio Hnnc.-. 1"Uf\1I/1o' "'" .
idfrabi.! bug! nd! then was cured last week by the

aril and >tasgt-I.'ti !aim tia('kwa I "One lit these runs tau throw a pro- timely U-P of Chamberlain's Coiic El-ILY z CIlEOL L'

Howard dr. tr.! Jetile sixteen:: mites"
-w
i\.r
ro'\ > !
Cholera and Diarrhoea n"ml'oy-une FOR STEAM DIVISIONt'ti .A. [ Av
tv\o shot.the tlii-t "It wouldn't do i!'" any oott. My el Y
oii\ : of the best patent me'liciri'-s roanu- .
mother in law li\es ; u.ilrs front .".
thirty KOLA KLKCniiCTKKM: I A
The dtene 'ii-l! .
i tit :Iitto-! factured and which )is always kept on

uitnt--iMs !luir It'!. PI'S rat ) I h..re.XIl'orL.. Press hand at the home of ye scribe. Thisis RAILWAY CO H'1. I ", A '. .

l.e wl1I'I+>ad .elt.defence \ \ neat not Intended as a free puff for the
l'hn.'hr"IIi.t. Trains leave! l't'n"acola lor the Lilt IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
rasp compto final trial!1. "He's de last boss I ever worked company who do not advertise withus. Eavon Kit llayoQ Harrington, N.ry Ys'i
{ but to benefit little sufferers who and Fort Karr nca .l
was scat to jail without nun I'r.
not be within access of a
may easy
"U'ot's so jood about 'lm?" e:::jI' a. m.arrive at tort Karrancti 7:18ti. HARDWARE.
M liiTtI liiu:;.. \r'' "\Vhenever physician. No family should be without >- fj.ou a..m.arrive a; tort Krranc iaMa.L
dere's a holiday he j rives a bottle of this medicine in thehouso iiwp.m. rrlveatl-ort Karracoai lttp D
A rleruyiuaii in tu! us Rudder day to pt It." 8:80: p. m. arrive at fort Karraacae sat p c
>.'<>!tiiitf ha in was (' ) Tribune over -Chicafo especially in summer time.- ti5 p. m. .rrlveat Fort H.rranc.i TWpc: Ir"11. N'ulAx, \ 1" 'w \' . t t...
Lansinz. Iowa. Journal. For sale by \II) arrive Fort Barraacai B:4Sp.c
: p.1U .
.
for in his __ __ l'"lll'.1,1 Ii i'1....1"'lIId.w V
parish on repairs i u. __ all dniKsi'-ts: ) and mr-'iirlne! dealers. Trams ;leave Fort Barraacai henii :0111'1"1"" '
had dune tor him. In the ,! Intrrnntinnitl Tennl.. cola at \\ Illa.. t' ii"I'i.. '. 'r.: I h. ': ;

nuTwtiiiiti h... howtuT. .': I Tb. comuiittti' of the United States I Know One "nre Reniedytcraauhetaatet Tlija m. arrive at Pen+acola ... Mot a. aU Asatc anil Tinware ann IIJII-.rllrlllhlll 4 f.tr Ii '
National :'*> p m. arrive at ntacola.U p. D
Lawn
t'liTil: \VLi-n! I want a : Tennis association having d J'-s 'i-imeb ""iv1SdsanCASTOR
1-M p. m. arrive a: Pensacola- (.
I st.i Lundon. They : charge of the international lawn 5:<'iu p m arrive at Fentacola_. 6.t p t OEXFIJI: BITIMINMHAM UoU.I.No: Mil.I i. -.J

there." Prtfore leaxiti:; the tennis ('taul'et;tinny! for the Iht1:111 I'I'n .7:9'.45p.( p. m.m. arrive arrive! at at Fensacola"en aeol._._... Ii 7t:&S. 1l'p It..rii nit r'tl:. : .! I..jlp'i :N'-rtf'aroj'-i .

la.julml.r.y the i Jt.. J0 : 'is International Challenge cup ani I IA 'Halnrdayionly \\' [herl ( '".. ..'.ftlll 4 Jt-i
my church:" i iinuni< that they! will t"! pl.tyi-il For TARE rOB WEEK DATS.feniaoola -tllI.lnt' Jr"I' 1-\111 .Hd B'if'k rt' t.. III d ksi, ,. \
Infants and
"No." wa- the reply: "when |, \\'elnesday Thursday and Fndt Children. to Fort Karraaca and retain MIenacola (:('Ufl" it l IJ, Ii 114w Hide 1..11" J. dot i 'I.

M hear a egad sermon. I ;p to I i Au:. Ii.; 7 nnd s. on the courts of thf the Kind You Have Always BongN? to to Palmetto Navy lard Kcij and and retnrn.rf.orn Ji.Peniasola Ib. Made lUiIriadi r'

They make them Ihcre."- I', Crescent Athletic club of Brooklyn at S', DAY ICHEOrjDI.: Masonic Tcmplo. -2:1: (Jr.n"a'uh,. I'l

1111. IJ.iy hide X. V. Bear the ,. When weather permits the running c

Bronchitis For Twenty The Best Linim'ent For Strains. CIIreaturM oft 4GG ..1 f open LeaV coACbvt.eniaoo'.a Lv Fort Birraneat W. B. WRIGHT COQW'

&. ai 10 a. m.
Mr. F. II. Wells, the merchant ai
Mrs. Minerva Smith: of
ll .. m. II m. \
111., writes: "I bad Deer Park, Long Island X. Y, says -- ip.m, ip.m
"I CUHE! YOURSELF p. m I p. m. ",tT M A'.1A. kKi. A'
twenty years and never got always recommend Ciiani!>>'rlaic s i Ip.m p.n. i f >:,J- .
frBiatf"raan.tarrltaIasa
Pain Bam! as the best lir/t. :' f"tstiains. crepe, d' m" ,. "1, ip.ra pm. ".I .4
til 1 used Foley's Honey irrit.t.u:, tp.m 8t.m.: -: =--- :. LUMBER LATH : \
: Gnlraaa-d : r ?h't
which Is a sure cnrf S,'Id: I \ised it last \v.'ir f r a eaii a tan. tt ... us u _. anl.t p.m Tp.m. ; ,
D'Alemberte. 121: South severe lameness in the s.?! '. rH- '. and ii i laoras PAat< POI IIIIU'AT '
:n from a strain and was ; rriEA.stcs'II C) g"nl 4t t0Jun.'LI.c e'etaeo'ato artharrareas Npvp ,
;
.' gn.alyp ahATic. cOl by Dru t ti, 1 and and r..lart...._.____ D. 'iL'I JAin CfBE S tSGLE
with
ast tl reI1.-"f
art
, :e quick ir-: rLA. Gr asst in plat"fi ena'. "' *-"0/1' te Palmetto Leach act I Hrt; :rt
Foley's Honey an< it T--T.ij! F lr sale f>y all ii ig. tr etrre.s, ad Li .1Qr"_______ usyo U -jJIf **:-- "
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j jr jnrchildrcn.fafe.sure. A'o gists and Il": :tIne -:?-,ahrs n' aeLt (4 tc JUcot frl.-libt epee after !:13 p:. m. j



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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. JULY 31 1902.


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,---- %ami's Jubilee. I.I Baseball Injunction Case I

> '. .!'.* From an !m-1 I Chattanooga Tenn., July 29.-Dy

: to an important J1B'OaHEMllfN 'I agreement of attorneys on account of : Save the ChildrenAll

five }pars i,. tt I the absence of the chancellor from thjl! i I'

i the <.!tv.ns t' city the ease of the Southern league
1 I'tl1l1l31'h and I--.1 1 .. >it''..* II, > l. 1. r *iult ar.duetoasn.ItI'.w'l *
.. ,1. holding: a ini. "King of ill Bottled Bms. Highest priced because purest and but qualify. against the Memphis ('Iufor dissolu-i loite'r'' '

: dt-biation! of tlTut. The Americas Br.wlog Co.,St Lonli, Mo.rOLD tloa of the existing injunction, was
i. Flut ruhr. rt, ,lfMiii .rl> ',4.d i'i: .j i' ., 1) aa.t
: .. jublli i. a not called today, a continuance I>eiu4: ,r all (' eemplaiotsof it ar M 1 r i.t ,dllll.t.1

;government *;> FA'EKYWHKHK. taken until next Saturday. Indication fll\lIl. (foruiciitir In th< *' nan 'In* j ..7 \.oJ

., .s expected to makt are that the case will not come to trial present feterandtor.r II" n'I i .1. .. "" i'i.-, .,1 ittjurf

...IKS! one of the best c..ctk j'.uai'ie to Ill> on.er wihcU Le : at all, as negotiations are now on lookIng ;, to the imnihran. t i .- : .t"ui.< Ii i I- i t.. rilvr*

.,nit in the south. Foii.nival CHOICE MISCELLANY :I u-.l ed :i. tet ,casl.e! I Tlie: teller was .; ; to an amicable adjustment of all perfect d.j-estii

.I a programm -- I -.ill.stied th.it tile iiei-k was all ns'it.! I II I. the troubles growing out of the Memphis j Dlg.etsWhet

and attractive feat The :lietirtli-K S! -n. i I I tit he radii ktiow the l-eaiir from contention with the league KODOL You Cat
It U rt-!> .rtt-u ib.t I'r."il1t.ut Lou! lt I r/
Avlai-i. It w's neail 3 c'tloek.! and II I
d'ru'd. and its sue
was I:(t at all iotiitoit..iI'.uriut: ,- tLc'i,' i Ii l Kodol. the new div v r whit li ,.rem al i .tas9J CP
J--Lr' >d by the preait : the i..ui Mtuied iii a :;:,eat hrrry for Twenty Bullets In His Body. and Ixiwil .
fist four (!Lays v.s'tors.! who have sia ou board the cruiser Mulct I'I the momlie said l.e knew \ery few Chipley, Ga., July 29.-The dead remedy check* (crm>>otat "!-.. CUM .. f p.ntir. .r..1

'v. in Florida Alt great uviple in riiiladelph! : and it wouldI. 'I body of Arthur McCauly, a negro, was I sweetens thestonueh. Ki .ldiirM al! .Ha"f fi..ltndlise.t.'thetd7

.,... to take fart in the calm ant that fe.tuc( of the members. > iii.rio-sll.lt- for 1:im to get any one :. found yesterday afternoon about 11 i all of the nourishment, health and strength it contain*

of bit H."*. particularly M. 1h lease, to iiie.itif} him l-ef re the; close of I mile from town, with about 2u bullet i Cure Indigestion, Dyp.p+la and all II...... Trwbl.s.

I were quite incapable of doing ju-tn-e this will tIo.1. ." "Kolol IIYSpt'Jlsl" Cure U Ju,t the tMn< f'r >lf.p>'i>.!* "..a *.._..eh ,_i'ws |t sS
liikin! hoil.'s.
: :; "M.ijbe holes in h'.s! head and body as the result helped nip mortMtmii ADTtblncl& to n :lad .,....I'D' .w <.f t'kUirvti ,.f it.. slump'-
to the fori
tiKith.siniH' t.ioi-M-ls sprwul \ said off his and tiscarK.n.;.l'herry Vulfey.N \'
taking: coat rolling of his being taken from the call
ting Forest Fires. i i tut-in in the presidential thin by the -.li-exo. There his I _J 1V PtNA only hyf. CJVWUt t' '" n.i "'" *...11.1 .t...-f.
his
test July 29.-A spe'' up on arm was boose Friday clht. He was a bad Minnie fan I.. ...
tally) l.rutided< and !
tattiH cd his name in India iik. I .rrl\.lru1
s afur.Ia... t-aya that i character having had several difficul- .r.yyr. .. h. _
this distinguished; rrenchuu-n are
;
the teller decided that further identitse
<< no ties. Xo knows
1 I.r. raging in some fatuous one who composedthe *' l'It.HUU&"V .'i hsl
i not nIcn \ r other equally I : t.uu; was nect-ssar}'.llnladtlphia! Sheppard.Haral r liii-r II
: \ and much damage; suns of ijul Lave shown I Idorfthl'm lltfird.niiUrr. mob.

'" the timber while that the seas na--iiit for im-n tfoth. -

,I it>\\ buildings barf .'r clay. Louis X 1\'. wa- a rctcb- (' I Philadelphia July I.Te strike of >n York. July ::" -Wiliiani Tl..r. I
(on amount of the ctl sailor! and 1IIIIuIUt'Murt'tI far in "Veil's had el::psed siic'I saw thehouse '
of weavers which alter having I been inj ney an Adirondack Miide uh... w l't; .' 1is
it.dersrowth; burns om otIs 'great ships war. Napoleon with the e\in rabies supposedto I

\ t: Keel IJQStollle a I. Lad<< ptrfect Lorror of the sea l lot' the one Which inspired ifawth' j progress ten weeks was believed<< r.) his oinpanion.. George .IaiU.-on, dl-j f f I P'

i t."n of country ." uIIIII'lS iniarialily) I'l-ll- lk.dllliral -rit" s immortal iry. and MI.J: in !! have been st'ttlt'dpsterdJY.. is still peared a month acn ha.; been l.iuidead

on. The new obstacle to amicable says a Saranar I ake. X \' ,. -
: ..'!s-i wide deitioy d t.iing.itlie muck \aunteil opiiom-tit I its \'i.ity rweiitli. I wetit to se it j ja ;, an > 1

: :'iijurin the crops of :NI-IMJII was happier ou the quays i ic.f .iiiii." s.\i a writer in the Io- toii'Ilrald. I' adjustment is that one non-union patch to The: Herald. Ticrarx .t1 -r V

I I' l II Orr. as well aa a Totiltiii! than on the de k of its flag "I'.ut I w ish I h.idu't. fur that j workman is employed by W. T. Smith Jackson went out in a boat to lithe -:.

i bunshad, a nar ship and ri'iuini : down to later days. : v'-unable domicile h:." been touched j juui I & Co.bout f,0 '0 men are affeited. upper lake. The next day t: .

C!,. tlaniis. and were \apult'un HI., Iiuulangor and Caiuuiiseralilf the ctinUer! of modi'ni improxeh'e ,- boat was foundith a I'oupl.1 I '

i rtr.: tieighliorhood betty tree'' tin Ixiard sbip. riectl- Itits.t! fut'lJwIIII} I j Shot Dead by Stepson. In it. The men were thorough i

:' 'tali the fire. The gallant! iUmlaimtr l'olla"ll'Il entirely bat:.ri'oiii .iiid I kitcliui Imiler.s Terre to : Memphis, Tenn., July :1.-\: Scimitar men and good swimmers In.I'" i 1

--- when the tea ci began to roll rend r the old! tim: home of ."-'ak-m's ] special from Piggott.rk.. says cause of their death Is a lysh'r> .

ies to Resume. :. and )l1u.... llerubardt says of her last natehmiiker mfortalile.'.' but an aw-1 i H. Hinkley was called out of his Roosevelt Commutes Sentence

"I die, I spire I lute uiy I'ul in the of the Croi'kett and
> i Inly! 29.! -Thpcoal voyage par.idox. opinion an-1| house at shot dead yesterday \Va.-hinKton July 29.-Order. "' --r1-- '
soul entirely' with everypitch of the U'llwr ialr. imt to romanttr. I wondtr -
I'! :. in Hibb county say t by dear Williams his Bleu-! ceued at army adquaiter in tr ).

sans after a sus, ., heartless sea"-London EXl'ns what \vtlmrue would say to the I] son. Hinkley was accused of havingruined city announce that President 1t()"..

-.I! ( e July 1. The th.niu'es tlure. If this is really the fa- !:I William's 15earo'd! bistt: :!'. welt has commuted to 13 years' :n. Kitchen

utput of about &!>o r iuuliolislii: mutts bouse one \\ishts it tout have| Williams has not been arrested. pnsonnient the death sentence of r'I.Stf''t'nson. Always Coolwhen
foremost1prose
of l 1,1 jn-serxiil America's!
The host l'I1I'l'bllt'trt'rulti"c eii
like ; troop :\1.inth cavalry!
thing BOO .
i.i' the lord lieutenant of Irclaul has beenatiolU'ied. writer deseriln-d it iu that des Preacher Killed by Lightning. I you U... ,i .IM. ,..t..".-. 1 ..r* .
I found guilty of criminal assault.
demand :
i great for 1 Heretofore it has Ixt-n his sic and as Miss Insersull lift it when Owensboro. Ry., July The HeS. \. i ..
un Waite I e it Im Cii.'ii "r ...1.< to
I' ,1I1"lt H. L. Baa I
July and \rh'Ut'I' to kiss publicly every she departed this life." O Mitchell, a Baptist minister olLouisville
I'r Land and Im who A. R. Bass of Morgantown led., had hiudle.; n" duet, hit dlit. It solve.(
woman when tir-t she was presentH I : formed held a charge (

.I' who own and op- at a iHibiin 1r':1 will ; room. lie did j I'lnKI'onir{ Fur the '1.... .. I in Texas was killed by lightning at to get up ten or twelve times! in the: th. fuel prublehi-.aaw time tabF

S.!'. :, that there will: till twice a year usually! laving tosalute I The poor are la fashion too in away. YeUington:! miles from.this city. night and had severe backache and anti wi-rrjr or ale ri.* IB tit. puce
'r -ome time to coma with his lips several hundred They are playing pingpong on
.- itT of pains In the kidneys. Was cured by'Foley's of tOMI-u.1 it I. U.. .......
onion on each ('occasion.. lie kissed I I the pavements of.w Turk In this I Capture Homing Pigeon. exp

thorn smack on the Ill's too. j I street game no rackets are used but I Cas-sulle Ga.. July 29.-A negn Kidney Curl Sold byV.. A. H..ul' tu tit. If..OW e....

Now, bowiner, an eihct has pone the children use the palms of their near this place captured a pigeon a D'Alemberte 121 South 1'alafot itreet '
II fort C'ou'.ul."C', el....|ln-. soh.
6 fJf forth that there shall be tn> inure kiss- hands in tl.eir: stead The ball is sometimes i few days ago. The bird had a metal i,

Ins:: in public In Dublin castle. When a rubl ,T one and sometimes of :j I band marked "H, No. 2S35," arounJ If you want a nlre prl'-t>nt to give !i: only All your u..d. in ()*. 'tutinq.Ii .

.S every hoi: of thoromo'Qiiininc gp1unf the ,"mll;:. tattle widower Iordllouehtoii. celluloid. The balls can be purchasedfor one fool to a friend go and look through the tnff*, etc tippliMl by the r'ante-

. A .ttilc TaLI"t was !lord lieutenant the''oUl1g 1 or 2 cents, and that Is the complete l elegant line of suitable articles at
The Same Old
j: ores m cold la one day sirls used to rlock to the vice cost of the 1=:ltll White chalk I Story. J. Ktepheus! you urely can find cub| tie. Ca at fruurkably! r
I J. i. Kelly relates an experience to please! It'OU
n-pil I court and his kissing created a lines marked on the asphalt pan'lnt.'ntIlol'f't' I something you. I rice.
similar to that which Las happened I want anything in the Diamond line
the urtiatitf uinl fervid as tables and the can be
sensation for game
Nasal! Errs niar.iii-r ill winch it was 1'rfllrll1t'11. almost any clear dayin any asphalt ''in almost every neighborhood in the I be sure to see him bt'fNeOU buy. 'cnsiicolii Gas Co.

CATARRH fgM aM The pri'M-i.t lord lieutenant is pi-ttms paved thoroughfare.; -New York I i lUrited States and Las been told and ; ,

hIt. slung;; ill ve.irs ti"Ui'li! 1 h\' HO means an Letter. retold ly thousands of others. lie
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c'ld man. .ui'l perhaps| In4 will nlmitii Hanging at Memphis. says: "Last summer I Lad an attack The llppy p Home retie' 'No. 1 S. PIlo&1... ,.....s.1 la. Ml

l h tin- [ir''rijuiMti! of his \'il'P retral! l Memphis, Tenn., July! 3' .-Dan Far of dysentery and purchased: a bottle of ,

'!limentout; pn-te-t. Cut \\ lint al.out icy colored.as hanged here today Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and, furnished home. Mnrston CHOICEST

tin- .xitii'tf Irish lii'iiutiislio are for the niuiik-r of Us wife July J3: .
Darrhoea: Remedy which I used according -i 5' Quinci can supply
i | yon
.,1'lMlt tu If l'rc3entetIl.l.J'r MuLth- 1:11)1.: .
fa 1 I}'. ( to directions! and with entirely [ with all needed in the way
"I am using a box of Chamberlain'IStomach s i'

,;.'. :- Tlienler U,..*
Theater P" TS in Paris have to recall them the best thing for my stomachI I ": lowest prices cash or credit.r .
i attacks when I used ether remedies.
t tli.- J.ij' of the w ...>when tlu-j are gonu ever used" sass T.V.. Robinson,, i i
1 Mr. Keel is a well-known! citizen ofHenderson.
oft to seta ii.irticular jla.v if theywi Justice of the Peace Loomis Mich.
These tabkts not only correct disorders N. C. sale all I PROFESSIONAL
| For Ly CARDS C.
J ,. L >ul,l l-e 'iiwnnie it faut. The eiuuj of the stomach but regulatethe druggists! and medicine, dealers.Fogey's .. .. .. .- .. .. ,-- .. .. .- .. APOSTLE'S
dress for >ccasu u after 7 by
i
: :g every
liver and bowels. They are easy W. C. ROWE
M. D.
u means a II|>i'lu- in Paris, where ilc- (Ito take and pleasant In effect. Price U East Gmtnrattt St.! .

,.".!i..le K"Wt are utll)' for !-p ci.iI functions. : :23!; cents per box. For sale by all Kidney Cure OttK-e: 17-. S. I'al.foj

PUBLICITY FOR This I i.s the ni-o-'T-/.iil: oitradrei. dru.gits! and medicine dealers. dikes kidneys and bladder ri.ht. Hours rrom MU'r. 'am ali I tj p. nand > K.'no *rly Cordova K0ie ..4aurahtmeal

but the ordinary th.-ater gown, I Lost-Life- Defending- Child.Greenville -- -- after ?o'clock ('." ,1..1 ..f pi!.."|Tlf< it U.7J

THE PEOPLE. l-iiutifiilly! made of e\et.ni4 dress" uiatin.ils '1 iii- ..en ..f :>lnlrlnn>n Jtu -. Phouo Qu t" fi.UOper dozen
| S. C., July 3H.-Mose
thoujrh it may be. Is high mckiil .ill v'<- swains :11 r.J'ns, too,
| i Young shot and killed William Team I
'eil. liven 1i wi rtlu 011 r-!-i.irkuv'
al
ai.il the arms are w a j s it'\ei
.
H irj v .r.. ) ou ,i Cent er near the fertilizer factory last nigh'. To sail the ma.lrm''Hloil eellte'ds
,1.lrI.kin
a pretty bl'Hi-e and a vrew.ll :
>B i > cr HorJ is l Head !! fur theater wear but should a I Young was cursing and abusing: his i frwiutut- rt-cmbarking LAW DEPARTMENT

I It. I'ctth0,1\ I ] brother's wife, and when William I,
visit b" tuade totheiiui.vhoii-eijnTues- I t."i>on a little tender first "n .

day the rule: is all altered for at t.e Teamer. the woman's father, inter- \\ r venture, all unhre,Ling. I "f

,1.101.I'NU. 1'iii.ii'die rranca'-i', for h,-ttlll'l', the;: fereii.! Young pulled his pistol and I And then a smack and aft.r that

.. .. A tnn'-pc'rt quick suocwtlmg.Prrchance JohnB. Stetson
-- -- state theater oery one appears iu i fired the bullet entering Teamer's i UniversityI7o

'. "n II<'Iu"hold furniud exiMiiuj drew on this one day of tie! i, | head death resulting instantly. Young we then prove meno'ar; I'
I all Winds of The hopelessness l U utter LAuet, rlog'ien.
pt-r- week:, and neither maul nor matron i' escaped. loth were negroes 'I
!I. nil .i" y MnctrstIpplv To the ilixurio lourt 5i'di the mate .
to .\. A. l't,5rrloon | wouM have 11l'ry Lapp time if. fur To get a Mile cutttr. .IOHI', FOHn1-"h. It..t'r..IIf'1I1ImHT.: .. "' \ lIlt11.1.1., n.I..-,"
..
.
.r .t jrcttin:; the day she wore but onliuar :; Boy Assaulted Ship Captain. I Tall TITIII ( Ci.niiiK-iK \\ rtne..tt.ly fit "Iwr I I1)4)2.:
theater dress and found herself in the I Hut if. upon the other hand.Thtrts. 1 s
improved real es- 'I: I .Lollisvill.Kj'., July <>.-"Sparrow"i T'U1'EAEs'rill'RtF.-Tb! .. .
1.asI'-panUnrnlufI..l
''I 1 neither tiff nor bicker.Ae ; I: -t t.Iwt.r.I' I" "
of and others ,
-nitil amounts inwtll midst friends wearing Walker aged; 14 years who h-- I atv ot "eour'.I''nllill ru 1.. \0.1/r- ..11.1. it
< on l.f.li K. Brooks i says -.d the \ovag safe In port IJElilEE1')11J"1'1I 1'111 H\1t If' ,
.fI'
elaborate dpl"uss i
must
I. 1'4. 1'alafux Ml, rliher gowlis.i.stidaeory ; ran away from his parents in A&Levill\ A worthy single sticker. I Stetson l'III\'r'II%' ,111I11"" I" U:... II" It. I'rp.rtn..ut. "r john Y.

.SnilmV N. C.. was arrested last night "y 1'a: _-t:r.s>M>.n Life. I 1-riaHKli l'I-"K L\l'l"o., t.nl\1'1; .111..td"I s.l.il"inrrte.
Idrut ifirullou. Mired lhforfuatlotl r. !IOrd'n" t'i". (..iw | '.".rtiiii.i sill ..
: \ > -l oyou Dd mon<>y? t'iman' Horn and charged with nuIirious Mother Always Keeps It Handy. I ALIKir J. KAUUAIi ))"I1I..t I...",. I>"prtmfiit
ofll.1.:1
Rank ulhciali
| -c ijiietr ex- !
nuy amount you want asault with Intent to kill Thea.sault
mis and low nit rates, I'eriences with pet.plc'ter the goes, "My mother suffered a long time Ire " was made on Captain Jin DuI
>' "n mproved' Mouth city PrixInIf FP81I.'t.rhv | tion ot |'ri>i>vr hll'I,til .'Jtion, but the from distressing pains and general
"I 'I I san of the Rig; Kanauha. Captain
1'ajin,.' teller of the I'.tj Trust 1.:1IIq.a.: J ill health due primarily Indigestion -
| Dugan says the boy had been fitting
ny had one sprung on him the tithe ," sas L.V.. Spalding Verona Tulane University of Louisiana.
> I lu BORROW MONKY open( wheat sacks on the steamer, andwhen
1 day (haves cuurely out of the ordi I
Mo. "Two I her
.tH. your property pro- ordered to drew knifand years ago got to try .
... hjy or sell real es- nar..V. suni'urned man who looked I stop a eKodol. IVov Oi lod+ ta ,..
"ii a'iy"d>-'trlptionbsr e made at the captain. Ill was 5 She grew Letter at once and ,
like a M-.i i\ii>t.uu talus iu \\lt.L( a t
toir .tttiex attended tora"M. taken to jail.Paper. now at the age of seienty-six, eats
\\'abon A Co.
'is ranee agents. r'eniamixVratf anything she wants remarking that EDWIN A. ALDERMAN LL.D. Prcadcnt.ses .
.
," ). 1'0..v..ryonf she fears no bad effects as she hasher
; From Cane
Chaff.
>-ii, u* "e mill lend money EVERY PERSON : bottle of KodOl handy." Do not Full In I.ansun.-Vf'cvrir'''. t n.ii,....nng I...... teI..I..IJ. Hhra&r*
\rI.
t hours. Hd-tf
San Francisco, JulyTtenty waste time doctoring symptoms. Go area Pwparate lirprtiiiHiit,, Suii-m Huildin.t. itm.u > t.iUrarl... UW.UriVt'and
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I 'SR.t 1.1 :. three sacks of chaff or refuse <{ cane after the cause. If your stomach is II Workshops. Iopl..ndull''p"rtlllfOnt for W urut-u In the >...c<...." ( ulna..

- Sutler* from tomach complaint orCI1.tll'at..d r | after the sugar has ben extractf I were sound, your he-alth will be good. Kodol I Tul"nll mak..I""dprln all v..all..n.. It. r"IIU", fur i".&"..,,_ .r.

F t r.f timbered l"n"1 on L iwel* at some time;'i f' !brought from Hilo btht> bark Santi- rests the stomach and strengthens l i i IntheboutU.In theaesdetutcdrpartraent E Kubty-Ms OP"III"tr.ld..r..n.IIItl..h'a&.I..I.I"It.Lo'U"I"U"I buy*. : .. Msar .etsaa.r.atp.
Kip auo of
'h..1room d"'dllno:. Neglect tt.e matter and they may: I and will be shippel east h the body by digesting food. Itnature's l.dJirirston. Hoard an 1 liMl lDo* m dorniLtort". "i h.. Wllo&.I"..., uadwt
". if ..01'1 "Ulan next 1 become CINl1ic. Take Ho-tetter'- ago. to used[ your stud"nu for ,..Ir.b..lp Inlb..a1..re.ci. I.4.not.p rate* itacademic ... '.. .-.....
lit; .1. cure police station. in an experiment for maiufacture is own tonic. Hargis' Phar l/'ropsrlypr..r.a
stomach! Bitter at the fir-t i paper torcolIl'.1..work..IIlI\oQarl''r1a''Y1110'II.I' to .
'Jlw vmp- pay '1'11. "' .U _'Wn ...
tom and avoid tiuneceiry sullenng.; ]i Thousands of tons of chit are macy, John Sheppard and SydneyKahn. i glntuctuber In Send for CatalogufO. I

I moil desirable lot In It will tune up the: bowel*, restore! I I annually burned or otherwte destroyed Adireu. K k.MKI'eel+wr""f'
*.y term, by the FIsbeIMalm [ the appetite purify the blood and l I
\ ,1"1 y. *4" hoatn halafox on sugar plantations n the - -- -
ab-olutely cur SK K HK.\I.A<'HE,, -
islands but
Hawaiian
i observing men
DlZ/r.NE. lNOH FSTU X AXI I\S- ,
I' NV .nit ,-l-\Iiilc.: PKI'SIA. A few dose will con"iuceVOU : I believe it can successfully be nilized AGO TO- 1

S a '.. for- men to learn bar of its value FOK SALE IllDKI'iiI .I! in paper manufacturing. i I

*'L.l. take portion wait* : TS.
i ."1 i. pre-efttrdp11r -atur- General Lewis Out of Race
i s' to $IS meekly ben HOSTETTER'S
.",u i" mailed free. :inter Jackson Tenn., July :30.: -Grneral
N. ,.. La. R E.
a .an- iljytv
BITTERS. Lewis of Henry created muci talk BRAWNER'S.For

\ A >TII STOMACH In political circles by announcing his .

withdrawal from the race for congress
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'11 sMou' to right on... Adoflti1 DR. KING'S In this (the eighth) cocgresslortl dU-
*. mHtf Seven Days we will Offer the
trlct. It was generally believed bv Following Prices:-@

\Ili. 'ini Men from Kscambiai : : TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR his supporters here that he was pining

..ictn prepare: for post ground in his race for the Demn ratic -
'.in tit ertee... Apply to 2') doz Men's French I .
THAT COLD. Neck Pair '
.list.. Cedar Kapitis h.IjYIIIIdtw' nomination. ticbed drop2)0 Ien",1ew Orlean* Sewed \ '.u "l L..ul.1 i.i'.k lit our lie*o '
: undershirts for l5c ; drawers or Cable I'5crewedihot-*. for thi sale .adlM1'
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. to match. Huh auj I,,* Cut+tw>M. I
Poisoning System. #1.24; solid leather. W_
can
I\\ -MI kinds beer save you money.
ot empty: Cures ConsumptionCoughs
21 doz
.>. H. A, KRIBDXAH. noted 1 I It is through the bowels th.t thei Men's Fancy Striped Lace LUll< yard Lawn 1
and Plain, bilk Finished 175 Pairs Men's Hand !o'ewE'd'Iel fast attired, .
Colds, Bronchitis: Asthma I body is cleansed of impurities. Cone Undershirts 43c Balbrigan Kid Hhoes In four ditf rf'nthape worth'h tc to cl....* ate yard.
at each
fret 1:1'Itl' drawers
to
-.. Pneumonia Hay FererPleu. sUp at ion keeps these poisons n the match. ; toes regular ?!, for this sale |2.1& a &.) X-Bar Ma+!io. r.Ubt.03 J j
t 1MB BROWN LEGHORN!;I system, causing headache dillnessi pair.: good 'o close at 1'
1 "took and Eggt:( for ,ale.t risy LaGrippe, Hoarseness I and melancholia at first tha unsightly 10 doz Men X-Bar Undershirt?, +c yard, j

.. W.us lUrdwsreCo'l. left j i, Sore, Throat Croup and[ ; eruptions and finally srious worth ooc, for tlc ; drawers to match. I have bouzht the full line of Lev to 1.1.clti.,. yard 1 nbleaeted n"mt.tlo J
@ at
II.\.IH t.OOU'oi. .I illness unless a remedy is aplied. I 25 doz Men's Hcriven Patent seam Pou Co. boys' shoes that I will clt) e lUDrardtfiMt II-ie. J

.. Whooping Cough. DeWitt's Little Early Risers pevent side drawers worth 65c, for this sale out at cost. fa.t Chek (Movham.
colored tot
li VH KEIKVKManufactnrei 3, regular 7c c-xxlt,
the liver e.
this trouble by stimulating
: '. a -- >n k:&y hoods. Han. Toilet NO CURE. NO PAY. xi 125 thf. ale etcC
\Valker
: ... O'.i ..te.Sv: W. Uovernmenl FREE and promote easy healthy actn of i < rim Boys Extra Size' Pant 12 pair Boys'Ea y +, res--
TRIAL BOTTLES to 10
Prie 50c. and $1. Qlar roc good; to close at Sic ra.lr. plfCMLinen White and Hid Tabl'"
the bowels. These little! pills o not 17 years, worth it a pair for this sale regale "IC 1l'lOje. close
to at
1 ttt T.. l\tr KmiorulM. 'S CNGLISI4 act violently but by strengtening 50c.: 75 pair Men' Low-Cut Patent .':)c yard Noon* our 6yardplCM .
''tte bowels enable them to prform We carry a full line of Boys' Wash Leather Shoe? we have
F} ,.M > tit F L'NEKALH fnrnuned I Rii PILLS Never r dis- rants. Call :i&) Mfdte&txl -loeb Ootua
rENC" their own work. gripe and see them. at |'114 pair, to close at #le7rppair.ing I
v '. iagnet.orsprcialdestgne aid tlnl, .....1.... John Sheppard I Diaper worth S5c, for this sale Alm
Urtel. Hargis'
tress. Pharmacy
:r llorcao, 3J3: Wen ure {orj: ) ,. ...... ,., 1..11.. ...1....rs, .- -
S_ \Idlm .c:: Ibr CJIIClU.TER'. IGLWH and Sidney Kahn.
S I. Ittu .n1 (..1.1 me.uae Gun .... This Sale
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1 '1' ..'1..0 \\'J::U'oi. ._ .. WI'D.!yen..b.tltrd..d-...n' ..oa T.tea.atee arfi 1.1taI si 0 AS TVFtXA. Positively Not Run Longer Than Seven Days.

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8ii of ,oa' Dr.\ .t .I.w u ,
I Ii
.. J"n Moral Lellgnll -, ........ roe .._Inl.... T..ot. Seta tsa

.' ordeal. for enstomrei r .uIMRrll."o.Ladl..m'. ...... "e.,,n r.r. ., tg ure a&rt.I "f
e .T-o\l.
11.14 I "
M.-eao.;:as Wen Uregory L'1d1!: i IIAI>Q. .. P'..11;">....1"Ilad4.swaurorUiis.rA'.. INe1Mer. 1'le.le.leq i I 1(), 105 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. Ot

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY JULYISl 1902


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-p r(1'( I Difficult Digestion i I PYTHIAN EXCURSION ,1 1 UNLOADING THEAUGUST "SIrof lest in & l 11r. '

-' That Is dY rot1''ia.

__ -'. SEatered I Politics and jjPoliticians. :; It makes life miserable.Its TO CALIFORNIAThe BELMONT .

sufferers eat not because' they vanf to, : hip ::.| \"a.. .1

at the Post Office at Pensacola. p AI, -but simply because they mutt. .:"'11", ,, I.,. f', a
FU. lecond-elahl matter I II They know they are Irritable and fretful;
I Much interest i* still r..aniff; +ted

J'a1afos OrriCE street:-Pitt'i, up-ilairs.Building ash South I .If.. jjiThe .. I, but They they complain cannot be of otherwise.a bad taste in the t Pythian plans excursion for the transcontinental to San Francisco in the unloading of tie HUUhld"! 1 THE[ (EQUITABLE ij

.1 tenderness at the of the stomach.
mouth a pit j Augu-t Belmont\ and crd
large
. THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. : an uneasy feeling of puffy' fulness i are all complete and the Pensacola 1
b- -.1i.Jit :i.Jit headache heartburn and what not wend their way to the wharf every
will leave here at 12:15 Monday -,
in Advance. ThO effectual remedy proved by party LIFE ASSURANCE[ I'I
Terms: Invariably permanent I afternoon. Ye-terdavwtnle th. derricks ; !
DILl Yt-irby Mill ... .. ......fj ut busy little bee of political ambition :| cures of thousands of severe cases, is .1 afternoon in a special through

81& Month _. ;2ftOB is so industriously! buzzing', Hood's Sarsaparilla i' sleeper. which lift the rail. held a A..t..

Week by Carrier, Payable Monday lu load of about six raiN
about the ears of many prominent :,i HOOD Ii iLe are the t....t "..tL.fllt. I This will be one of the grandest su-pended in H..n.1 I

'' -- --- -- ------ the air preparatory to drop then Its'durplus',
IIljt !
several of them 1
TELEPHONE NO. 118. Floridians that are pleasure trips that ever started from

i t .. said to have become dizzy with desire :''A PREPARATORY : Pensacola. I into the car souse part of the machinery !:! ff n: adeaJs '

for the office General Lamar is Among those who will go from ; slipped, e wiu 'in? the whole are paPa j

, w I to leave vacant when he goes to oon-1 j SCHOOL PROJECTED here will be Capt. and Mrs. Jacob 1 load out over the top of time car and id to Policy t .
!
'fir F gress. Numerous names are being ;I j i I II Kryger, Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- let it fall crashing through the 11fo.1 .. .. .

mentioned but just who the actual I I wharf. The a-cape of the car crew New lniurinee I:.
Mrs. M L. Roch
; |I! Hugh, Mr. and .
JULY 31 1902 fotll J
PEK8AOOLA : D..bC" HDoe. I
,
,I candidates, will be it is, too early yet i ii i A: the anniversary meeting of the Mrs. Sidney Hell, Mrs. Frank Bell, and other standing on the wharf II, Iran i iNotwth

I i to say Young Men's Business League held i Miss Nellie Fell, X. McK. Oerting was miraculous. Diver* will Ill> UHf It..: .

BI-LLKIIXS 27, on "cover "crop i April 30, a special committee was I II 'down today for the rurptJ"t' of r.cov- cut trntftl lit t!.. ..
and ::S, on "moon blindness have ;1 I and daughter, G. A. Petersen Mrs. smelter w
Among those being "suggested"; as ordered to consider the project of | eriug the raiU.IMPROVEMENTS. M-cunty: ,
been issued from the Florida older
just i I i A. Zelius aud her father, Mr. Alexander thereby .
agricultural experiment station. the possible candidates are J. Em- 'i, permanently establishing, in or near I are 1.1111'amid 1.1! \ '
I T. D. Rrux, Miss Katie Brux,
I !
Their value may be best appreciatedand ; met Wolfe of Pensacola Ernest" 1 the city, a preparatory school, where AT ter t.tl. (1'11 b.l
L. Brux Mis Mattie Vucovich,
applied by sending for copies to Amos of Milton, R. J. Boone of students be prepared for entrance I
of the station at Lake I!1 may Miss Winnifi Simpson, Romie Mc-
the director I Marianua, \\ H. Ellis of Quincy, J. into any collegiate institution i i FORT BARRANCAS K.OWIJSlontr( : HH "
City.: Cullagh, Mrs. George Ainsworth and
- H. C. Koonce of Sumterville; James
I I The committee W.1apr.inted as !
OSK of the infant industries protected j:' three children, Will Mackey, J. (ieo. -- .M \.
E. Alexander: of DeLaud with El Hon. K.
follow Hun John an, j jI
by the Dingley tariff is the ; ? White wife and daughter. il1\f ti. PiUf 11

tin plate combine. In order to underbid i 1 thirty-nine other counties: yet to ). hegg 9 and Hon. A. C. Blount, Jr. ---- --- The work of c ai-trai' .nu i I' -; ur -

WeUh manufacturers it ha-> hear from. At a meeting of the Chamber of : TEX CENTS WILL KVV trial size ofEly' track from the new q'Htt'nu..t..r SANTA ROSA SUBFBATHING

ordered a rrduti: ,'n of the wages of ]1 held litera-imilarcom- 1, Cream Halm ; enough to convince ware.hou-e to the Miter, and connected .
I Commerce that it i i.. the greatest nf
II you "
It* pH.itinWillthe..e victim uf j i I The Tampa: Tribune says: : Candi- i' mittee wag appointed to co-operate' remedie- nasal catarrh or cold in with the main IIUH uf the ESTAb. 1Ft

trust greed vote to rivet their chains: ,idate-fr Congre-suun Lunar's old the head. Full iZA 50 centAll Penacoli Electric ,
I I : I rminul i.mj
," with the League committee comi .
which makes dnuuitWe night it.F.LS I' w I wSnt1Jiy
by-upporting.( party
their i-ion pu=-ible:' job are bobbin up; in alt puts of !i po-ed of Mes-r-. P. K. Yonge, Henry ![ Huo-i y; Warrpn'trflf't.: j i i at Fort lirrauca i* rapidly nearing : ..%
oppr
the state It looks like, however, New York. Thi can :an n.uthr.r .:. :
Ii
-- !i >. White and A. M. Avery. The-e I 1 !;>{ Second :Street. Alb'my. S. Y. completion. improvementwill r.'r.'oI' .
THK beet -u.gar people, ably asitd that Mr. Wolfe of Pen-acol i* going .. ,
i gentlemen hell a meeting yesterday, i by the Loui-una "commercial: to be the favorite. greatly with catarrh and tried ditft-r- tea- n. 0-
dtut"eraturtde their light asaiast !:I !'organized a joint committee and ;, ent remediewithout effect. After -upplie* for the army to the very elf \ -

I' to con-Ider the I matter ia '1 n-insr one bottle of your Crf nn Balm doorof tl'o! 'I 1'l.1rt..rllll.t..r' wu.-
reciprocity chielly upon the allegation The Jacksonville Metropolis says: proceeded
I I found relief and I cannot
praictoo
th.llthe wicked sugar trll-t was I j j Now comes the statement that I''a most practical and! business-like :. hijrhly such a rnmedv.Mis lIou""drtot/w/: uM'i I tr i'meut !.- "f' (;" Eweryb..dy 1- ,

behind the pre-ident's-eheme. Now I : C IKWII.I.AKH.l to 1'lek"II.r'l I; t. ['1"'t'I* .r:
James Alexander of DeLand is |; manner.: I I
.
three same licet sugirites are form-1 I Sept. 27,1"99. fl.'tjt for It. I It '
an applicant for attorney-general, to The ueces-itv. such a school, to'', -h .lc" tow"! r1rhos.
combine for their own 'I
nga pure NAVAL wltt'.au

1'0...-*. It is the old story from the succeed W. H. Lamar, nominatedfor till the sap between the public high I NOTICE. MILITIA I. 'two- '''lIIto\.utl'. C.j .I. f. \

Muf-btck spelling book over again congress. "Jim" went up to ''school and university was unanimously I Notice is hereby given that! the ARMS GALLED IN !.> otter )".t l> iVoU a '

Wno-e uX was gored' T-tll-'ha..ee la-t week to have a talk conceded ; and the advantage Board of County l'olllmi-.j'lufr. lo Cotne tli't iV"0 >
E-cambia county. Florida will meet Will iet-r .
I"tJUK 'I.\LI.OIY' ?u; e"tilHI with the governor of havinguch preparatory work i ou Monday, Auau-t 4, lltirJ.! betweenthe r..

that the co-t of a -tate; primary i \ -- : done at home, where the beneat of : hours of 9 to 1:1:: a. in. and 2 to o The trim C. StoamUer .\('t'"u.at'cuueuptol'al.if.ox

+hould be paid by the state, in the The oiliceof railroad cotumi .ion- I p. m., to hear complaints\ to a ess-; '
I home iLilaence might be enjoyed at i menu of taxes for the year lHr : w turf tinmom- FRANK SECARI'S BATH .. ::

atne manner that the cost; of a regular er n one of the most important within :' one of the mo-t critical formation i By order of the Hoard of County ing and took on boar twoguns (1:1111111'

election is paid, his received the gift of the people. To be of Comm i."iouer. 1..1' water .. o 'I"J.ay ,
of the exi-teuce..
periods was ;, A. M. Mi'MlLLAX, and a lot of suull .irn- called
iiuuy hearty approvals from the fur .hi" I'euUtpau..at
: ;I..j;
.ute pre-i. The argument-made 1 i service to the people, its members abundantly commented upon. Clerk County Commi.-loners. i in from the Florid Naval: Militu by f.t 1 II !II'> *
be of else By B. H. BI- (Tox. D.l'. Iend .Dt. .N> i,. .
: mu-t men experience, nt> >:
I
by opponents of the primary plui- After a full and free expre--ion of Pen=acol.1, Fla., July :!!I. lXn the United :'tU"fl": "> n.IHMH for bath ho M* in t' ,

that u poor man cannot atford to run : there will be annoying delays in in- :individual views on the part of the u-e at the IVii-at-ol navy v.Ir J. cent. i i \

for otlic-j under the primary plan, ii is ve-tigating chims against; the railroad : members, of the committee. it was I Ju
tenabl Many men" I Whit :Straw Hat, worth oOc. 7"u
scarcely "poor
*. H. E. Diy is at rretntcbair.
ran in the recent primary, and the ; declared as the unwimou.lIti: : and SI.on, to be clo-ed out at :'">, :t5: ATTENTION CHIPLEY LIGHT IN

f jet ha- yet to be dsmotittrated that nun of the board He ii is familiar uncut of the body that a vieorouef; ;1 and 4', cent Win. Johniou i\c ,Son.; FANTRY. 134 134 134 134 .

t., secure a nomination under the i with-all classes: of claims brought fort shall be made to create stock '

operation of the convention pi in was before the conmiionnd: ;: should: having the of the PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL 134 ISirtmfil'iTe'T
company purpo .
There Will be a'j; ".-11111." 'o 1 ,.: .r
cheaper than under the primary: receive the earnest of the '! : p
support ,
in view and that in-
committee ; a; the company at .lfllI.r)' r ill |rlu": -

rlAn -- .-- people at the primary election Aug- I dividualthe members of the committee : Third Annual Neo inn Begun" Sc|>- day night, July -tat 7.i clock 134 ., i' ? r, ;;

: u-t 1'. I trnilirr 15, I'-. and rinds It important tint all attend a- .
1111; UK.iir u .VY. shall at once take --teps,) a- '
June 1'.. I'.Xl. busiueof import ince I I-to be trai'- 134 134 134 1 :
.
A former Florida new -piper nnu.Mr. certain the condition of public ,euj; j acted. .
i j Vote fur Frank Johnson and W. A. -.0:;: ..:..
\11.11I It. Parri-h. -ending to timeut on the subject. ii I ii '. .
orler.f } &fkhill.I.
Capt.
By
?helby for members of the board of The aim of thiichool is to provide I.4I V U W-llt I Ifor
, the prtand people thetate cir- i! The ..uccC'.ful inauguration of : thorough HIGH >CHOOLand .. O. LAh i M.It little I".',' .

culirpropomg the e-tabli-hmeut ; county commi..i.Jners.1t the primary obvious honor I II COLLEGE PREPARATORY intructiou. -..r.'tMKS. 'ote.tt' a
I, this movement i* an
, tt Chicago (.f a Florida bureau of in- 1 election august 1:! and keep the per. I Theschn"li is of. e-pecial: ----- ---- ..tnii'.I.t. ., .
'I to tho-e/ engaged in its promotnn, interest to three clas"es : -
foruution i HI aid of immigration; and -onnelof the board unchanged.
1 1. Tho-e who having completedthe 'ur fhpr Trey If'AU
and promises results which can now i
.i.kiiig monl: :ind tinancialas-i taiice I! THE POLITICIAN. | grades of the public -chool wish \\1.1.\1". M-MirH.. C II\I" 'Iat EVERY11OUSE

forth* project 111 the tape of preounce -* :,, scarcely be estimated. Its puree I to pursue their studies further with ben Ui..l for o\>-r .UI. ).ar- IIJT nnUi'ii-..1.1tn"thrreturtheir : .

; mid appropriations, from i challenges the patriotic a; well a; out having home. ilh ptrtccl DUrcrkii cbililrt-ii it MNtlift whtlrh.l.new th'- l'h.ld
I i Saves a Woman's Life. 2. Tho-e who wish with the aid .
; towncitie-; :and counties.Vithont I' wit'en the uuin',array.; all p''.i..i ui> r rue
personal interest of nearly every of the careful iadividualatteutfun colic. and I* the bf-it rrn-dy, l I-iairuor" \\ IR
\ cntici-m of the plan To have given up would have meant ; that can be given in smaller clase It will rrlic\t< Hitp I :
citizen, and invites the thoughtful1i Sold by rutl.M inrTi ry tan
which in the ab-ence of public effort death for Mrs. Lois Craeg, of Dor i and a longer -e--ion, to advancemore of the worM. Twenty nor otit a ixittt

to iiicreii-t::! the population and chester, Mass. For years she hat i, attention of tho-e who, being la a rapidly I than i ipo ible for Hi Burn jon. '. H'k (or "\1 r> W".h.wog % Hnuit- Needs .1 i i.; ,
them in public schools.I \ M>ru and take 'H' oilier k.ixi
wealth the -tate, po.-e"'espoitiveMirriti. endured untold misery from a severe position to mo-t effectually forward : Tho-e who
a. are fitting; them-
I, THK Ntvn. prtferto urge lung trouble and obstinate cough. ,, the he5t intere-t of the city and it-. 'I selve for college BAY EXCURSION FRIDAY NICHT d Turpci I'

upon the people, the pre-,; and the "Oiten" she writes, "I could scarcely In addition to the u-uil intruetioi -
peopleaonld be foremost! ino d!'"- wt ..tt.-r f..r I !I. i
legi-l l tulle of the state the adoptionof breathe and sometimes could not : in English, Mathematic-*- Clother !..- -,
iug.I i turf, Geography. I/itin.etc..instruc The -teniripr Enterprise will t kexeurioniti .
> ..
more comprelieniveandetfectivemean j speak. All doctors and remedies failed I o'. Itr I''* I
tion is oilered. u'i'li," of attaining the desired re- till I used Dr. King's New Discoveryfor in Greek French. German and ;lI1U' Friday night;: IPUMU. PiUfowharf \ H ,'rvb.'l\ K i w. '
1
If a Man Lie to You
> int- .1 1 'ir !
: Milt by the rehabilitation of the Consumption and was completely i i I i-h. The school is conducted at the at .::all o'clock. Miif batdiuir I.!. ... ; ,
: I '" '
state bureau of immigration, who-e ,I ,!." Sufferers from i And say sine other salve ointment, corner of We-t Gadsden and l Spring and fi-h chowder licit: will returnat
('urr coughs colds If 1- ; q' t
,'t u..fuilltW.I" destroyed by the lotion, oil or alleged healer !. as good Steels, iu a building which is to 11 o'clock hare for r"un.I Tip :t'.
throat and lung trouble need this be arranged to adapt it e-pecially to cent-. J. K. IKKI: : >.
"Call Irgial( l ittire" 1MU for no better grand rfnicdy, for it never disappoint I as IJucklen's Arnica al\'e. tell Lm ,. th needs of the -chool.! Man':' r.
that (thirty years cf marvelous cures of The number of in attendance
reason than: de-troyers wi h. *. One is guaranteed by \\'. A. pupils I
tod to display theirtrength and PUll'Itlh [ 'I Piles Burns, Boils Corns Felons, i= limited. Hence those de-ir- 'I tie h.t f..r .
D Alt nibt rtt. druggist. Price, Scand 1
admittance should Jlatlresses I .I.t ,
communicate -
th"-.. ,,111I111 they regarded: a- $1 'in Trial! buttlr-s free. ti i il'lceis.Cuts. Scalds Bruises and Skin j as ink arly as poible with the Princi- irMnitnre ;';; :r ;'f'

> factional etieinie-. Eruptions prove it's the best and pa Store.
---- ----
It I" quite time that the wrong cheapest. ::5 cents at \V. A. D'Alem- For further information: tt'rm..I1I1CI .

i then tnllicted Upon the people and: ,iberte's drug store.CONCERT ;.catalogue. address
THE TUG MONARCH i i H.l'LAAIOI"TJIXu.,
NOTICE
the progre.- of Floridahould be Undone -- Principal, or TO CAS CONSUMERS

and that grid AND HANCE AT
common -en-e : Pf.RC'J'ALH.'IAUJR..,

bu-ine principlehould prevail in AS AN OIL BURNER :1.liXOI.I.JlLl'n' THURSDAY A" i-tdiit. After July dl the "Hlf and war--

the le, t-lative\ councilrather NI(i H F. i'HAI\SATt hiIJAXD
: than *
rnuui-"f the } ''"-a'"la: (MCo. w ill
factional uuimo-itie-. It H Mutts II LAT: TRAIN RETURNS AT : EEP COOL WITH A REFRIG- bo at No.. :2" Hid 27 Ei-t IiroJ 'a> BuffaloOnly Mtgw __

11:00. TICKETS 2J!; CENTS, AT :, EIL\TED MELON FROM ((firdentreet
time that the .taIlLtWIl! : in Florida's All the Will 1\ tf fltting; nut the! tug < AR.FIsLD'S. -
t'. jo' 7.F.1.K
DE 1'Of. ,
wealth and I
in
growth "
: I
pnpulitiotihould Monarch with tanktc.., ;and equip- ___ n -_ 1'itjtf Manr
l.-ucceeded IIearnt, >-t effort -
ment to burn crude petroleum a- .'. Jet M. ten'-and Boy' straw Hat;* for 10 Cents a B-- "
alone slurwhich hive hereto- ; FAMILY SEASON TICKETSAT
.IP-I than half price this week at
Sore beenhow n to he effective. to fuel hiving been completed a test A rfv'iilir communication -

promote the w elf.tie and the beet iultret of rli-iGtt'am with the oil fuel of K-cambia Lod:. e, I. Wn. Juhn"ollon': -. Fre-h *tock; SICARI'S BATH HOUSE ..Ill kintl.v n]' < '. .1 '

< of the -tate. 'G X,). LI, F. & A. M., will beheld
was made .n..terd.1aftt'rtlOon. and at Sw o'clock\ p. in. 1 REGISTRATION NOTICE. rocking dw.1 r1 .t' '

Private >tf.'rt. on the part of individuals it was entirely i-factory. The "V )1"11113Au2'. 4th. Re 'Ihe reii-tration books will be Frank Sigari: will i"'u> !I.yo f.Mii.. Quinn'it. '.4. Pr/\ '!
or uiuuicipilities.: ever sidesuci regular bu-ines* ,
ticket for .
season ball !
:- at "- -; .t.-
be expected t.. etfect only local results Monarch habeen charter to tow a* m'l\ come before the lodje; there op.ned at my ulllce in the count did bath hone
for
hoi-e m Pen-acola Fla., a family r.
commencing
oil lurges between Sabine Paand will be work in the F. C. degree lore'r.
the work done
; by atite bureaU Vi-itiiii brethren are cordially iu.vitpd. the first Tuesday in Autju-t, to three at $!1.U) for tl.e -. j."I, m, I

of (immigration, adequatelyequipped New ():IeanA 1.thr-ediys in each week-Tae-dav. for a family of from three up f..r'w, i" >

enurein the benefit of trial I HAKK\" W (IMUN.hecretarv.. T.ir! -day and :Saturday.
run to the navy yard and 1 dollar The-e season ticketwill
: I Hud the od! i-tratioii book- BOOKS'tatS '
every citizen and every couununiry. back wa made this morning and bady copied. and will say entitle the family to hitwti.! i y.-r

-- the to hoe who have had any trou- they wish thr"urhoutes'r.:i CUE'S
worked
Don't Fail to Try This. machinery to perfection,> Men Will lie lioj, 1 bleby their names not being properly :.'IJlrl1 I

Whece\er an honest trial is givento every detail being entirely i'ati..t.1C. i In the excitement of a lively exer- iv'i-tered; on the book-, that if

Ul ?ctric lifters for any trouble it :jtory b) Capt.: Rochebbve, who i is i cise like bo.Hracingor ball-plavinz, : tho dav! }' wilt named.call I at will my correct om'ce all on!Ouch the mjta...v.-r- .f..r II'
He h lVS1 rice .I.t r ere
ts recommended for a permanent cure ; well pleased with the chance of fuel.\ they will strain their mu-ele.. and go | ernrs and du my utmost to get the IM.p I'ro''r. Hammock:.

,111 b effected. It fails home limping; and sore. Then they i bo.ks in proper ?hane for the general
surely ?
never Jo*. McCoy will go to New Or- T u.,.kn ,
to tone the stomach regulate the kid i j lare glad they have Perry Davi ,i, eletion.: T. X. AHAM?,
lean on the Monarch on her initialoil wpervior of Itegi-tratiuuCounty.
i: Painkiller on hand to soothe thequivering FINE STATIONERY.C. Novels.P.
Cvys and bowels, stimulate the luer: I j jyl!td .
prl'rellhtrir; and will return by
nerve ; to penetrate the
laiigorate the nerves and purify the : Wnt-r- ..
rail. muscle* with warmth CONCERT AND DANCE AT
blood. It's wonderful tonic fcr i I and healingpower. N.
a run \ Thompson II "oui
It has relieved the pain of MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY Kodaks.
Electric Bitters
down systems. positively CONCERT AND DANCE AT I two generations of American NDHT. TRAINS AT !:I. !':30 AND Palafox street, has ju t pned t
cures kidney and liver troubles
MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY i Large bottles 1'5 and 50 cent,.. 9. LAST TRAIN RETURN" AT new supply of Linen and B"I.J: Pocket .ten a
ttomach disorders nervousness sleep-
,
NIGHT. TRAINS AT t>. s-rfO AND, i 11 :'). TICKETS 2; CSV ; AT Paper, white blue and ;gray witi.
It'ti8ness. rheumatism! neuralgia andexpels 1 Baseball
,19. LA-*! TRAIN RETURNS AT i OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine DWOT. .. Goods.
malaria. Satisfaction guaranteed Envelopes to match, Oxford: *iz>- .
11 :511 TICKETS 25 CENTS: AT MrMtk- I \
by W. A. D'Alemberte druggist. DEPOT. his weather makes the also Forei/n rail Tablet with Envelopes .

Only 50 cents.Men' oytertoday.. Try them. gns
l i and Boy-.' Straw Hat for )Ien'- and Boys' straw Hats for --- --- -NIC-Aro'TLE. kern\ cutting Lawn Mowers Penholder, Bhnkbo-jk-: Fil *, .-:. }.11.to. H *. i

I ]:-*+ than half price this week at less than alf price: this week at Garden hose at the Willis aid Grass Shears from the etc., always on hand. I II" ;: -:

Wra Johnion & Son's. Frebstojk. Wn. Jo :SOD & Sou**. Fresh stock : Hardware Co's. Wilts Hardware Co's. Phone 234.: ,* THE7" a.... .




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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 31. 1902.

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No. SGOa..nsEAt .

/. President; F. C. HORTON Cashier ; THE WEATHER
*. V.ce-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. :
fOSriEE
*.'. Condoned Statement of tho At the Soda FountainWhen



AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK I r TO-DAY I I,



OF PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS JULY 16, 1902. I Local Forecast-Partly cloudy tonight; you want the most

bowers and thunder storms Friday: light ;pexhilarating draught you
(From Report to Comptroller./ variable winds.
always want water.

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RESOURCES.: LIABILITIES.: Temperature in Last 24 Hours: < I I ,

.- . ..... ...... ...... .. .. |::}351C9b.7U Capital Stock .. ... .... ...... .. ..... .. .. 1200.000.00 Maximum..... .._.................. .. p degrees
.. . ..... ...... ...... .... 9.fti 67 Surplus Fund.. .. ..... .. .. .. .. ...... .. .... 10,000.00 Minimum .................. ........ .... .. degrees ,

. ..... ...... .. ...... .... U76.M! Net Profits ..... ..... ..... .. .. .... .. .. 7612.72 i 'Whilelock

i ..1 Premium. .. .... ..... I+U.5O.O0 Rediscounts ...... ...... ...... ...... .... .... 19. OO.UO Temperature Elsewhere : I ,

.:P., etc,... .. .... .... ..... 2,625.00 Circulation. ... .. ..... .. .... .... .. .. .. .. 75OOUOO> ) Mm. 1

j Fixture.... ...... .... ...... 6.718.48 Deposits ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 344.973.57 IU. .i .:
Atlanta.. ..... ................... hd 711Hhmarck
... .. ... .... ... .. .. ...... 4SJ9.12 .. .. .................. .... M MCblcajo. UTHIA Water
:..:e. ..... ...... ... ... ...... --I51.27:! ..... ............ ..... .... "' u
x \ Cincinnati.............._-....... \41 70Galveston.
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f6 7,Oh6..29 1657.O 6.29 Huron ........ ... ... ......_..._... F. 6dJacksonvilie. served at the fountain
........ .... .. 7d
..._._ WI
; ee. 1 for business October 2-1, lJCJO. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give Kansas City.. .._.... __...m.. '4' ;1\ sparkles like fine wine ; It
: !upt. courteous and careful attention. lily West. .. Nf 76Memph a
:: :: : :.:::: :: :: h: 71 j is only water bubbling over
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PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Mobile :... . .... ... .. I' 71 '
1 Montgomery ..... .. ........ ... .. U 71New I with pure ozone.
I (rl..aos........._.............. t:! :
Sew York ............ ..... ..... ... ': T i'4; ( Bottled at Waukesha, Wit.
I a\.anoab........ .... .. r: 6I5t. Jii
I of than heretoforeand Louis H ill FOR SALE HfRE BY
plane importance
H. FAIRCHILD THE NORMAL .:: :_ I.
B. I import value have been :greatly L. Bear Co.Agents
Furniture,

CI ITOLBTTItTI3 I swelled thereby. TRAINING SCHOOL If }IOn \\1llt t to rUYOR'r5.1 fie :

!
''-T ROMANA STREET. New suit was filed with the clerk ---- -- ,

I of the circuit court yesterday afternoon -
Refmishing Furniture aI'licino
,5 of E. H. Robinson vs. HcarrittI

Sji.euaftr. i I Moreno, Ferry Pass Inspectors and The attendance at the normal MARITIME1E S<

400. [Shippers Association, garnishees, training schools for white and col- -- (52

''damages 5123. J. J. Sullivan, E q., ored teachers here is very gratifyingand ; T POJlTR 52.r

WHITE j I i is attorney for the plaintiils. the work is progressing to the For July to date .. .... .. .... *1..'"> TyJ I II D t
R. K.
I'
L. 15. Pooler, a merchant and sawmill satisfaction of all. Yesterday at the I| u.f.nn j V/U i'1U1'JJ

M.HIHI.H'tilling Jeweler at has filed I additional 0 furAntarrp.2ZOsftlumber "
i operator Cypress i lr s v Carlsbrooij. car;:
white school there were thirty teacher l'
> vionslttawnlimber :
an application with Referee E. K.Nichols :
.
liiate Optician, value f ,'iiiI r.
4 I attendance: and at the colored 'l..1 _
; in voluntary bankruptcy. : ---- ,

I'm.rota, Kl. 'A meeting: ( the creditors will beheld I school there were thirtythree.These I SAILKD.Kr cff
i i n ari-brook, WallacAntw< rll 2sa5PsasZZPEE a5PSa
Mariauna at an early date.J. teachers: who have not taken : It bk bourn-, l."mo. Naples

.
/ M. Calhoun represents Mr. Poos- -
-1 I advantage of this excellent trainingare --
NOTICE TO MRINM.i.
er
mi-take. It is not too
making a
of tin
i Commander J 11. Hull. m-pwctor
j
A break in the level of the sidewalk I Seventh Liehtbouse district. IM, --..-, Hi-
HEWS NOTES late yet for them to enter.
otficittl
: following notice:
011 the wet side of Spriurstreet t't'o.It'ul lay anti Knt ranee-Xa\y tar
Outer Hank Buoy >o !'. --eoouil-cU". i-ai., SALE
near Gregory, gives much annoyance I Miakr linn Your ShoesAllen's ..established June :.L! I'--, on for SENSATIONAL

to pedetriins causing: ; following braringsviz:
I Foot-Kae, a powder. It l>eer 1'oint r:"".'OIl Light E. liv X.
ugly falls; and j jirs. The cityolliciaU .... IV. N W WEnd
'.s .1 .ICS a free cou- many I cures painful: smarting, nervous feet Pens ltl'ola Lliiht-ttou
I
I : of West K'oali. wharf na.ud, \.
I ire tonight.i.thly should make an investigation and ingrowing nail., and in-tantly 7. \\ .
have the walk This buoy Is placed at the outhea I and graded prop I take the -tits ;: out of corns and bunion 01 the lUe-fathomcurieotT IVn-aoulit
inspection point
..
.:'.?' !held today at erly. '! *. I''s tie! greatest comfort di.cm'en' .;- chorale navy yard: ground and mark-lor deep, the draught channel vessels.to an- w CO NTINij H ED r FoP R ONE N \SVKci'-!

I Jam"* H. Waters, grocer ye-ter- !1. of the ae.UI'U'S: Foot- : I I'I

day filed with Referee K. K. Nichols 'Ea-e makes tight or new shoes! feel SOTICE TO "\I:1SEI:-. !

.'H :\n. 42, F. and A. i an :application in bankruptcy. His I ea*y. It i.;; a certain cure for sweating 'I Regulations: of the Marine Ho.pital '-..r.1 i

i o'clock! to-ni'{lit. liabilities are placed at U-ljU.JO! ), with callous\ and hot, tired, aching ,, vtcere(4uuethelnapectlonofve.selti foreign ports via domestic ports north from of I I iI iI I I

\ decree.i I ; assets at about $75I.; W. U. Uood- I feet. Try it fo-rbry. Hold; by all outhern Maryland but via 'uch ports atHhip WILL CONTINUE FOR ANOFHEH WEEK THE SKNSATIONAL -
,
\ Island, where full pratique is Ku'.nfor \\
i the! -.lnil.1c cau e man represents 'Ir. Water A i druggi-t;; and -hoe store?. Don't i It southern port ln-pcuon is cot prerequisite VALUE-GIVING SALEOF 8UMMEU IIIESS= : FA15ICS.

i.-jiM! poundof I'' hearing in this case will be had I I accept any *ub.titute. By mail for to entrance, If you fail to take :advantage the many choice materials during this

... IIIwJer h Co. Au;{. b.j I '!;jc. in tamp*. Trial package FREK. "..Tit.E. week the op' rtutlltr will have {Ii..-pd. for every yard left after Saturday

I Address: Allen :r. Olmsted, Le Roy, 1 The Marine Hospital semcv has surd i
will be withdrawn from ale at thee prices.
.t.t to the ii tntIPre j The oil well of MessrM. A. the following: I ,
will be and others N.Y. "'Coastiim vessels Inch are known and
( '1iua. J.Sullivan near
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which are in regular Irad.l1b Florida While Last choice
it Palmetto Hrewton, Ala., is now down about from domestic ports o( the Tinted Mute. they your
CHRIST"EPISCOPAL
THE NEW may enter without detention or myrrcttunxtththe I 250 yard
feet and indications of oil continue -
o I to be favorable. The drills any
l I city itnt I during: the voyage to r'lorltU port snail
:have passed through a rich depositof I CHURCH report to the <|uaranun" officers Jor in-
.
I ,'. I.bf Bid.lair: phosphate, which will be developed iI I iPl'I'UOllltnd disposition_' : 100 DOZEN LADIES' AND CHILEMBROIDERIES FOR ONE DAYDREN'S

if oil is; not found in paying ii I -
i THE SHIPPING. HOSE. ONLY !
I
ijuantities.Augu: After a .uspeu'-I"u "f work for *evj -
\ I
,' .." .tiu K. Harden of the Ninthnnpany j eral week, awaiting the arrival ofI 1 VKtts-KI.1* ::N 1'OKTtiTFAMiHII'S. : .1b-olutelyF'a-t flick :.Iilullr(1" .f Beautiful F.mbrnid-

"I :' ,.. died I erieicrnal: value of which I* Ii'..,
.. : coa-t artillery yes- I the terra cntta and Regular I 1)c :--Seller r -
cornices etc.
,,
t [ ,1 tI. .) Ir August luiuotV7.. Kogtr, to Lt I Pair h and 1IHSpecial-,
Pickens,
ti-rday at Fort age1I MONDAY.Jt
:N 1C Itr.rl'aprnor :
the of structural ironwork
completion
-I. year Deceased was: u M.i: .ou, Odd MSI. IJodhain. to H H ISoyrr for Monday 5c yard.
I I lr lioiden Coss, 1x11. Cameron to W L
for the roof, Contractor Alfred
;> i \ '-inii en Fellow and member of Major Lo- I Wltticli A (:0
i f :lft. and 'la-t week renewed work the Kr Urnyfield. ISM. Tysen. to W L \VIttichMJIIII 150 DOZEN ALL LINEN HUCK
j,1 : t.iV Ill;: renzo li.urioll'II1 Navy on new ."l'O LINEN SHADED TORCHON LACES

elf. wliarf at I Union. He will be given a military Epicopal church. and has practically Vtviia t'riffiito l'.is.j., 1"1,1 lluu.olon.to to Gulf Fury 1'ntE-it: iwspun I TOWELS.Extra .

ir i' ::1. 4i: > o'clock this after- AND INSERTINCS.
i funeral at i (0. I .
1 the walls and
completed preparedfor ,
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; the.ttililwl HIIH.Ku Lui'IZ and : vl'r11111
:r .: ,ifin Private i' ntiiiti. Interment tu the erection of the roof. Mr. H.i Kndyuuon*.', fvllersiu, to hiinrs.liuuwudy for Le-* For 01.Hd Only. Monday: you

competed cemetery. i 1.\ AI'O MONDAY.IOc each can have the'-e at
I Davjubcontractor for thetune HAKK4 i
ri-< 'it-r ant wit- j There were only six cases on the I
.1 | Ito Australia. !Kanerston, to order Hotel and Hoarding! Hou-f Kees'5c yard. 6 yards for 25c.
work, ha laid the front
step,
h'-rt Morgan la-t 1 police court docket for trial thumorning ; i V; >r Avteutorr, lull Hann.tonrdrrNor *. here' Oppoitunily!
er your
Ainu muler Lawrence llR.Irxatersen.tDW' .
I three of which were conl -. : coinpo-ed of ill1111E'u.eall.\ of Tennfee K..YH'r.t I or I 12 ytrdfor Id".

tinned until to-morrow. There were, Nor r'l aro. imi, Niel-en, to order
v- I here today oft I oolitic! iiinf-tone. and is now Nor Hugo, NIK. HI\n..n. to order I 15 DOZEN TURKISH BATH
I: two *"> lines and Tom Jones, arrested : Nor ManaUS.lLar'endoSSLo WHITE QUILT SPECIALS !
'Illm at Uhatta- erecting the pillar of the main en- '
; ,
:-Noidenk-Jold, '47rilscn to FrJ I
by dicer Uutler as; a data smog and I I TOWELS.
J l'k Week., who : McbreynrMor
trance. \Ve 'continue our White
l Spread
.
i su-picioiH character was turned Noreff. I-Cu. BJorn'-en to order
in-titutK about ;i I'.r Maernoneriti4.iotahUitoorderNor: I' Hleaciied Viiue at h:11Pfor: One Week.il .
Exceptional
I -an
i over to the: county olllcials. Jones j.i i- I NAVAL HTOKKS MAI'.KKT.ltrportr i: unlw"nl. Ml, Andersen, to order ;;1 2.!;> Spread-! .. . . . . 11110Il
In. I
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the negro who c Noah Dor-ey at t i ;| 211C'MONDAY l Mi !"pr bd".U 15j

I i Carnival l AsM>ciat" Kupfrian's park la-t ni claiming! ;:
. . . . .
I t'nion Naval Sorca Co or 11af doz. fat "prt'id- II.W
incorporated and i| that the la-h was accidental, as il" i Often the overtaxed organs of diges pH
I
l
in earnest the work was meant for C. H. Alston, who he, ROBIS.I'roio tion cry out for help by dyspepsia's

., ... H..... .... ...fll; .
ww. Soi
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track. I IN EVERY DEPARTMENT .. .."
',. tke the Mardi liras wcha..in around the race pains dizziness headaches BARGAINS
i i : g nausea ,
lV'G....... .. .., II fi: U .... ........_ 1 :.,
.1' rande-t iu the but failed to catch. s .._. ..... ... .- II as Y ..... ._..... .... 1 :SI ;i' liver complaints and bowel disorders. All Over Our stare you will Kind Blfgliu"lu: Every

brcause -I 1M. ... ....._.50' E .. ..... ... .. 1 : Ii Such troubles call for the prompt use ,
lost .c .c here.
Your lias: elasticity .+ Department too nuinerfiu- to mention Come,
;, step K.._ .. ..._......... P ai J) ........ ...... 1 I;, of Pr. King's New Life Pills. They
1" .tf a'llei+ 1'111..11fl"tII your blood has lost vitality', i .... ..... ._..... .._. ..... get the pick bright and early.
(t..nii:.:'v for which Hood's Sarsapanlla will re 1.SPIKITaTcariNTi: ill n-t. t.I'"bdow.. 1 in arc gentle, thorough and guaranteedto . .. .. __..... .. _..... . .. . . ......

It.d; 1 Nashville road store. 'I cure. :23:: cents atV.. A. D'Alcin- ,

'I' next month. The -- I Hot to Cold, beite's drug store.
i i It ) All kinds of Fungi W. J. & B. FORBES.
'. I rail: cargoes: ha: il I VHP S tlllt' at "*'ar'yCi'1'' :. i i Dy-entery i.i prevalent every: wherein at pimo-t cost for the

nlv-, in rai-siuir the Hi 1 IjUl to make loom (II i summer and i* due to mia-lllaticII i,
llfnl't urn next to! days to
uu.f to a hifrht-r lIew.l\'h. II poi-on-'. and begin! ; abruptly with I room for new -! ckr

intl immation of the mucous liningof (). ;M. Pryor.
: the large bowel. In America the If Y"U Uuy rtn-ni at the lio tuh.,1'; ;tfJf". Thev are (loud !

..... -6....... ......... .... di-ea-e i* common but properly
t't"%-..%%%%%%%%%.. %..9'9' r I treated doe not rp"ultH enouly as CASTOn.JA.: .
e
'
.an tb 11811.4IC. Mae A'sarS Poi "f" '
in the! tropic Perry Davi- Painkiller

\ TRHSIl: SMIl'MI-M: OF S i i- the be..t known remedy and 3csaran llf..J-I7. Satisfaction and Service

,
f tne mo-t ellicaciou* in the tre.ltment USHERlfF'S *
I i
r of .
dyeutery.CONCKIIT
.' i 11.\\1: Mm:
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AND DANCK ATMAliNULIA ..
l!> virtui- ill HQ vxi-cui.'in i ''' HLl'FF THTP--DAY tliir.iviiil C i'iirt nf t 'l'MlI\hla ruintv

J.-.SMITHFIELD HAMS... ? XIl HT. '1'B.1iNSATbisAND; and'IonyGlbhsP.Cerendantl hiuriil. wii'TUn A M. 11'.)11I.I\n hl\\u plaintiff" levied : < 4 Boston Shoe Store Shoes ..-t

r upon and will ,ells in (FOLI nf the CourtHour
T1IAIN UKTITHNS
!il. LAST: :
door in tb..l'ltv of IVn-nooln. in said 1.01"n. \ 1:. ,
lloi; TICKETS :25; L'E: rAT: county and state, on Moiiilttv, lilt first day
'---.-------. of .yeplenibrrl0during thergal; h"ur of
., ',. .
.. DEPOT ,,,1".10 lilt highest: bidder fur r...ti.. the lotto The eve is sati-ttHil: with the -ityie an i finish ; the foot i- satl-fied with the
\\ tug dfacrilM-d property towit.Twentv
JUST RECII'ED.'RESH Grass Shears that will cut rjiM! HiT>4 of land in I In1 oulll-aol perfect fit and! at.olutlocomfnrt ; the pure i- -at -Hed with a fair
corner of a certain panel of land d(? iritifdin
the Willis Hard' n deed made by c 1' Y I'D,:... *>r and wife price for -uperiorh..e- that will give L"tterU'ICI:!
close at
to Wm.I'J"U', ou Till day ol January lv-7, than thoe purchased el-ewhere.
SYRUP = care Co's. k- tallowi'ommcii.'in! at a jxiiiit four
: FLORIDA in< cliainouiti of M.t, corner. uftiibbonn I -
lot llirnrf north live : ilPKreck west hy
Jut received a New Lot ot B.ys'Whitp com pa" four 1 1. chainn to Gibbon' ..out.t !.-

t Straw Hat. worth oue. Tic; a f. corner thence eansr t...ariQ|! trnd1) BOSTON SHOE STORE
GALLON. = chains toUiblionV nurthae.Lcorner. thrnrethreequarters
PER
GALLON JUGS, 75cts and $1 00. to be closed out at 2"i :Viand of a chain to Picknfi ,
south\\lot corner thence same cour- ten i
-- 45 ctut.Vm. Johnson k you. In, chaln to t'lekn..v'. norili\\r-t corn.-r.
thence same cour! to a point thlrty-nvu NATHAN <;. I'Olt'llll: llIt: iiro.riti.r.
\vi: IIAXHM: '
and three-tuurtn.Il chain from start-
: InK point, thtrnce souiti s>: ..c>t la cutyeiiiht -

J 'vI. F. Gonzalez & Co's Corn Meal = f. At t Al mo J t C COSt t 60 For lays the-at next furniture O.M. east i.. !.thirty-Hve chains and sixty-three to'and a stake thrE-e.Iourll.thence onl.hundrl'dtho!.ouih5S i.:fiiiiSaini Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street.


ixn.rsivr.i.Y.: I 1: Pryor's to make room for new twenty-eight to a stall and, thence sixty-three north one-hun-ijs eat [ THE SANTA: KOSA | Fishing tackle of all kinds

f stock. l1rt'dlbll.I\JJ eba.nllo point of beginning: i!
all of said land lyiog and bring in the l>o- 1'ItK BATHING KSTAnUSHMKMHathing \ and good emit nets at the
I miniuez; Grant township two I i.'i south, r
A6TORIA. range thirty ,:.v a est. in the warm zulf waters i is Willis Hanlwaer Cos.i

: SOL CAHN & CO.jjj Bean the le -d 'la late '" 21.11 arty said of property the said boy bring L.ilbs Ifvirdoaai the prop. conceeded to be the finest in the i I -

{ :: 0 irohir E. SMITH.K I j world. Every thin? for pleasure with VIRGINIA COLLEGE
6pture f,1 .' $bHIT of : cambia County, t Inrlda.yObMtw safety. Good board and lodging, by
the day or we -k. Luncheon promptly For 1'Ol'\G l.ADIKH. KHnokp, Vas

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS, k I (.'Hl; \V r\ll. IC.......... served at all hour... day or night. i ScUoolii i.pe 0' fort Young':. one of the ludlOIl' !
i Ladies In Ibl'4
Elegant china closets w-- CHARLES H. BKKTOX, 'uth i
NEITHERthecaptain.ownersnor New buildini:,. piano and eqalpnifot.
Cnrner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. JRA sideboards and leathers consignee of the Br tsUreyfleid 2m-tf Manager.The I tnnipus tea awes. < 10'all..y of Va. .
/ \ will be responsible ry Ism.for health }:u-
A
seat chairs at Marston $ for debts contracted by the fine+t line of silver ropan and Arntrcaa ifHCbert. hull i-onric ..
.: v no 1 ;8. .< .< Pcnsacola Fla. = crewof said vtitel, : sterling Conservators lvantaj; ". 'in Art, Music anti
1 I A.TVSOX.W zood; and silver novelties i i3 to be' Elocution Muitrnti from thirty rttBlfs :
prices; easy
Quina'sLow L WlttL'h Co.. Capta.n. found at J. I. Stephens'; Prices to ,I For eatalogueaddres*

%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% payments. C.insignees: .JJft [ please all. I MAtTIEPllAltllliPresldent" JoanOkE'"a.. .






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k. THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY 31,1902


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:r j, Tie SPORTING WORLD I A HAPPY I JEALOUSY AND PRIDE ,i ""



Chicanoaehtinn.. HOMEIs :i:' Through These Tnn One Appear"'rltf'.Oil'* Airtnri.Spf'f'1"f'I ( MRS IDA MCDONALD;


Yachting in and about Chicago is always one where health abounds. There is a little jealousy in all persons Supreme Deputy of the Maccabees of the World,
and this sca' >u bH I '
__ jM.pular With impure blood there cannot and especially In all women. It
,
/S Lroiuht about no \e'I'tiun to the rul..[ be good health. springs from tarp love, which always MCDONALD, that I mUll ( c ..,,

Lvery'eut1u"ia.w here lu Windy Is rampant City sailing and deles a s With a disordered LIVER there desires to l-e first in tLe affection of t M No. 477I'eaubien to regain r> ..

the one M whL A lover whether minor Street, Detroit friend adv, IIi
add further eucouragetuei: t t cannot be good blood. :Mich. is
though to n.aul.: wLo is not susceptible to oecas'onal a prominent of Cardu t- .j'
and approlMtion the weather burea woman who was V ,trongd.at!
: twinges of jealousy is Lot truly
bas been supplying good breezes at d : greatly bane] ed by the 's try it. a'th.iujh

: iu lo\e.While. i preat woman's medicine faith m
clear Ales. patent
The Columbia and Chicago Yacht! l lull'si lls jealousy, considered with r'f.I'1'l'Dee : Wine of Canlui. MH. I em now vfryt cI nt II.

to its origin: is n t an ignoble; 3rcUonallisthesvpreme! Ididso.fori'I .
clubs hold the center of the aauaV I c tr .,\;
emotion, it is frequently absurd in its deputy of the Maccabees ij blessed relief! -,
The former has attached to i itself
stage. outbreaks. A father is sometimes upset of the World, and one of and in Im than. ,.

considerable renown through tl e revivify the torpid LIVER and restore with jealousy because he imaginesthat the most widely known iln. Hius. JCc >MId. months I til ,j'ti f a

holding of the rates for the Lipton cup. women in the United have : .
rnon\
the children <
its natural action.A his wife lutes more r.t 1'ff
States. Thousands of women rather to I know there
: ever unce. u noth !
than she loses him. Mothers are frei \ f
healthy LIVER means hear her lecture everywhere she goes.The for a sick woman who teishti t< (l ,
1 THE THIEF OF BEAUTY blood. t. pure i qucntly jealous of the husbands or great work she las done for the feet health and am very p.caHd It gw i v,
I 1
wives of their daughters or sons. Wises Maccabees is appreciated by every hurty endorsement" y

j Is Captured byBraditeld's Pure blood means health. : become jealous of the sisters or moth member\ of the order She was a absorbed Xo suffering *
war'an: -an:
;, Regulator. Health means happiness. I ers of their bu!'l>and>. No one is immune in her work that she neglected isniore: such a letter as 1:r- '

1IIIU5.m.s! of T.'. 'ting women are awakiaato Tike no Substitute. All Druggist : against the little green bacilli of to give her health proper care-failed: writes. Her plans aa

IJ tbe fait tl. .t inherited coinhntss!; h.i- Jealousy.Generally. I II to take warning that the symptoms of prov.>d valuable! in .J L-

Lci'l s-tolfti.! ..-:.I instead of fjliv.m.ctceks I approaching kidney trouble pave her, the
tile tears or frowns of greatest; women'a: .
aii'l bright eyes, the tcil-U.t r5 Tnnnofuriii.Ta I the sallow complexion and torpid liver. the United States amt i ,: .
few
t. 'Jill'bav U1..ell.thdr jealousy are I swept away with a
vmuklcsof puTlie But Wine of I'ardui cured her the
.
: 1CI :,roform is iu iu nluble powder ( .fPII.I.U tame !five aJ'ic'tI.:11 sLa t. _'
e are the: warning): feelings! Wet i.. : itdor. It i> without odor and kind words and a caress, but there are i iI a? it has cured thousands; : of others and: you. -f

and tsred ill the morning, n-> life to rate gnaw unhatpy persons who e jealousyis Mrs. McDonald has written this letter in .
Do
t
I not delay in sar-irinj
iiiitor: and j is I'r.ictiiallj nonpoisonous. I :
former irrit ibis I ibI
tbe'.r ,
upon pleasures chronic and who make them-elses order that other suffering women day CIn.'. TLer l'a .
cross, dull headaches general disv-.rit." 'tf::) When :plied! to the skin, it stops : from Wine of Cardui tie e &"tLnO'!
tits
I r NI ridiculous and annoying Itllt'ir secure same everything: to lose: i tiv .1'
feeling : sights cold feet, Iran sneitig :.!.ii destroys the odor of
scepit-ss relief she from it. .
4 l, w and storms t-f jealous passion. The! got u bi-ture y1u.Vii' ,'r
inK linwn punAll these s>m;>:.ojn: sweat already M-vntcd. Hence its utility
; 1s jealousy of such persons is 1o'III1III't'.I' "For four yean I suffered with torpid 8 'Cure. re-f!; nowt \- tiCarlui '
indicate deragol and weakened i7t
.
organ'end in case of oftcns-he secretion (bromidrosis !liver until km looked and dull. ; ? All .,
exhaii'tel enemies: follow the w vaknel son. 1I1.1r'1'I1. it is a form of llt'IIII'I1ta my yellow ). Per allied reasons it is ireful I then found affected and ofVine ,f Card,.1;
.. \iolenee. my kidneys were c at c a'
r .ndt.! : :: i tho 1 female orpins ": which begets every sort
." 1 when the t'ovt IHIVIUC tender by had severe pain.acron my back and I felt ages of Tiitfdfurd's li .i ,k' : .
sanv an: ':.t i< .. '\I -i v. s'vu-your I'ridii is the strongest comn :'l T "fjealousy.

, .di; f-n s ''' -,' r.-';: !,vI t.J.il uverbettii. Pedestrians and others I I The thc-olosians reckon pi-nip!
will tend Useful.IIFM I I
I it A s
BRADFILLD'S among the seven deadly sins. I I'ttt aa :
WINEofCAR.DUI hav fWin .8
I I matter of fait pride is at tl.e ln.tto; i of
\\' Jur he l'olitirlan.. :
Female .
R.eg'ulatorTh.o I I I much of tl'I.tuou;> action in I',-
"In think that sugar is uuwhole- I
: .ti.. : '. ,' -', I-,: .: ,,1:1: : i : urn '' world. Pride is the roc.t of must !i-s: : I. -_ '.-----

I I 1:1 t'.J V I .. : .> .' ..u: .:. lr.: .: .. Ute for children': asked" tLe anxious cry, fortitude, courtesy, nia::: iannnm.Iiumility : .

I ij'i-t- < l. I < .- .: ; .' t ,| 1.1 ;,-Jr'! "!Ii part-lit. and indu-try. Pride is the .- THE NEW GROCERY STORE.

i n- :1'-1.': i t '.. t / /1. I. i'.l\ "\UH, answered the physician, "my
j senti.il spirit of thorough Intelt.gI : :andin
of i if .,-.I- : .' : I r 1'1-<: t\: re"F'eriect -, o" o'f\ltL'n i< that it isn't likely to do .' ..._ "

I !'Uh..il-: ':" ( '. .'.:_':':hh'l.: 11..k. f'hiltr"1IJl'lrly! as muih harm as It l spite of being rnunuratnl art.ug; -
t the deadly sins pride is not eunneea'dwith
Mtalt. ir W'"men. i-ve.
I does" l'uliticilUs-\\"a"Llnton" ..tar.y WILL
l tHE BR1DFIELD RECLHIOR CO.AH.A U.C\ E (.El>ul:, HKAOU nr UULI EK. turpitude.San: 1'rancisoo IIull: MOYER

, .I tin.
r -' won by La }:ila. Vencedor is probablthe One of the commonest forms of luna

g Narrow Escape From Death. fastest sdmip la this orCTnizatui; I cy Is that when the iu.-ane person imagines i I, Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stock
ONE MAN'S FINE CONCEIT.MUSIIK .
i Canton Ga. July ;30.! Captain T I and ret'l'lItlyptured the cup annual all others Late no s n!>e.-MemPhis 'i of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.

, M. Brady proprietor[ of the GeorguMarLIe I ly awarded to the winner of the ra c'! CiUJml'rcialPIJl'at j of ?I..n. He Siijt, MeuniSlreniftli '

to Michigan City. This was fur No 30 W. Government St.
cup
i Finishing! Works at this place ; <>( \\itiuen, llonneM."It's Salisbury Block.

E l had a narrow ('s<'ape from being ;' tnerly held by Siren. Foley's Kidney Cure purifies the', an odd thing about women." re- TIILEPIIOMtt'JT

'- ground. to death under the wheels af'' The ellkH Yacht dub has n splendid blood by straining out Impurities and i mnrkrsl Junes to his wife as he settled

new home, which was formal!] tones: the whole system. Cures ,
f an Atlanta. Knoxville and Northern up i himself for a special effortVe admire
; loomatire.Vhile opened early in the season, and it i I's kidney and bladder troubles. Sold by I
out driving with you inteusi-ly in the inditidu.il.Ve ICE AND WOOD.
by long odds the haudsotne buildii;: W.A" D'Akciberte, 121: South Tala- .
l his little son a switch engine ran into fox \ adore you when taken singly: but
of its kind along; Lake Michigan. street.
, his baggy and demolished it, broke nUtorK's it's a strange, sad fact that when a few WE
EXPECT TO
I I SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TIlALt
IfaoI threw Captain Brady, I hundred of you :pet together you lo edistinction. '

and on out of the buggy Fortunately I.njole the Storm ( enler.Napubiiii Marston $ Quina are sole : A multitude of rare women THIS :SUMMER THAN EVEi I EFC liF
Uij,!io, the man who ht:
I' Captain Bray only had : brought together In one building
one nb done more than any single\ indhidu.t i I agents for the celebrated
broken and received a few other : for a coiuiuoii! cau>e are far from \'.-ii- I SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCl-tf.
hoop the American awl Nation! I Odorless refrigerators
bruises while his little son KsmonJ: er.'il'le. !.f..k.t Soro-is. The olu'i! iundoubteilly :
!.a2ues from patt hlnsj: up a true
caeapHd unhurt. absolutely guaranteed or made up of ideal mothers Thompson Olsen c.Co"
shows no siyiis of the load of r""I.'lIsi .. I It ::
monei/ refunded.KiDRET. and wi\ .'>. hat one resolutely n-f!!,.. ,
bility which n-sts upon idc shoulders

Battle with Mad Dog. I The taking of Lajnie frum the Phil o mill it anything cl-e than a ('tlIIIlH'.I. Manresa Street, Telef. h on e J ;; I'\

Columbus ra. July ;#i.-J. n. Haze.a tlelphia National league dub 1 b> th: tinii! of I'oinii-ts. Earnest, intei.seM>-

n...'u iv<'nut the ranks of the Woman'
well!! known
painter was bitten by a AmericanMKM dull at Pbilaiielphi! :,
IIDNEY DISEASES ( '!ir.m Temperance union but it' ESTABLISHED 1862
'
dog. presumably mad at his home mWynnton. was oue of the main thmy; w .n
u. i.iivtiuii only amuse the rest or -
After quite a struggle with started the erect' ut war b.l (tw'... t.: -

the animal wnu-h made a desjterateattack two bis li-asius: and It has bi i :. .1 !Hue the w''rbi..tii exclu-iiely feminine tea McKENZIE OERTING & CO.

upon him he killed him by of l+lI.tl'lltiOU,1' simv. ItLit.. ,t iii U. the mOO fatAl cf dl d I. n s I i.i-viT an objeit" of envy to thme ,

who it by. o DIALIB8 _
pass I.-
dabbing his h a-1 against the ground. \tb pmeiit' is in the war l"-iw.-; nn.fOlEya. 0
"
.\1111 what i-f >ou men? su2'l
Mr. Bas -('ured the use of heath and Rogers of the I'hilaoll.IIJ.atlunal ..:; I
a ma.1-
I :Mrs Jones. ".\rc all so mu!
you i and General
utone trcm a pany in Phenix City anf' :\ league: clubbich l1..l <'x: r CURE III tiger in u crowd;" : Ship Chandlery Nardcuare

from the fart that the stone adhered' tend to the 1.' Jt wiifre it will pro\ Iliraltl" IIIMJ "
ndoult"dly.; replied Jones. "It! 80S AND eos:4. I'ALAKH HTKKKT.:
\atlol13.ll..au '
an hour or two to the wound it is su;>- damaging to asi ica't to dispute that a all "' of
open ;; ... ....
-
-
--
j or aniation.Had .A.GENCY ----- -- -
posed that the dog's bite was poisoa- ; ;: men is at all times contiiicin. If it is
one Coloml Rogers given Iajoiitb! t' or E lOne] refunded. Cortilruremcdlea REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLING'S hON .. -
only a ihi'li with a rule l', )kiu'4 up ..1iTiintnaL '
extra salary wlucb the sl'lI-atllJlI\l l hat recognized Vjr cml GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RUb EL 4 HON'S PUMP-!
the bight dos not lack its-

Shooting at Jackson, Miss. ter present deiirinditl tight might the: wh..I have history bt-<'ii alter.-i nt th,I' Dent physicians AI th out lot pessi\ ('Ii('"s. The iuiu:ination phyc Curls ficrdigi Pulls, oils Untied! lnsr&ni8Ds! C.irU, litli'j, firnCOMPSSKf : ,

Jark.vin. Miss.. July #i.-U ige pri-I-! Ijjoie wou'd undiHilitedly hit\'I' In-1: Kidbty egad Bladder troublea.PRICB :)il>ont a 'smoker' and spii-ulates :is to LOGS KTU <

;eon, formerly a polirman of the city : the quality of the cigars and tinM<..
with tin National league jt bad Roc tftfc wart li.arx C. McKenzie Uertin;; Collecting Agent fur Bar Pilots BeN ')
force was shot and dangerously! ne,... And a good share of the world'sW'rU ciation.
ers come to the front with the riMI I II'I
wounded by Lee Jones a well known W. A. D'ALEMBEFTE. has been done by men in mat'<..rsi .
ot Ih -
qu 'itioii, and the complexion! -
reataura h'ur. Five huts were fired pnriH.-e.[ Union to us is str.'uth I ,
lta..hall01'1.1 would have tx-i-n uniichanged. .
with a n-voUvr and the to\el.st has always fl'n1:1i.1Id.m' l
hy Jones the
dangerous Without the encourage! iet
: The Star
;, FOR THE the door of the Laundry
wound! being; in the Inrk near the which the players! in the :Nation! ) BEST when banquet
,
hale of the lung. It is said bad hlooJ: leazue: riH-i-iiiil to jump. from the few hall \\ "" i-peuetl for the filing: out "t

has existed b.-r.\v.-u the two men. that the eiiurt at t'.rst h.-Id hit! 1.:0 the ladit.-New York Tribune
BOWELSIt Biggest Busiest Best !
joif'h contra was nut l>in '.
hash TMnii That ( .unl.
Young Woman Drowns. of the former would niter b.i\ "ii, ,. .
n e'et't i:n'tr b. tLr rt'm.ne of the -- ---- -
Columbia. S. C. July :3 s u 1 el.t .F- ;
from 'onway ays that Miss Kuth Bur Litter orfranizatiou would new-r lu\ i. ..1' "tt' ., .: ir ."".nor ,11. ends ac. ording to the length of thfir An Evening: Call' on!
I N ",1 L r1 e bu".I'
; al pnPjj foretlnser! In l'ollllurl11'Ith that ofth'ir
roughs was .!i.>. m-d at :Myrtle l5<-a -hNo attaineil its present streiurtlOIIHMI : !,. :1! .raM .0 .t. ta,

: partkulnr". She is the .ianglit-T CANDY set-olid fingers. No, man wliostforetinger Your Swell Fril/llh/

of a w-althy! lumberman and bank<-r \\ \\rr..llrro In London.The CATHARTIC was over one eighth!: of HI I 4" ( I
turn shorter than his middle linger had i ia 1
wi i Hud will hew
of that s"etnn.Three : I woman wn-stlor i-j m-\-i like y Y'II
ghost of a show. Men with t.-r} '
to U' popiilur in lnglaud but "I!.. I --- ivt-d if
.. w4 t I. you are w>i: .
short forefingers are supposed| to !I. .I

Young Cadres Drown.3l'nthtlu nndeuiablr.nterttiuin; now' ainl tin- 'r' .. f't male. I It'lieteit is so. NtiIH.l.| .m's : 11 I x < (ii'"---L-d and your lIL.-h I II iabic i-
: Minn.: July 3 !-MI3sMabel There was n challenge mat.-!i, 1"1' *:>N s' 3 t
',, : iK were seUrtitl by their I."-, .
matinee : II..I A woman faw
\V. !:*. of this place, and lava at a nsviit peit'or'i. 1 i. )
i i-oiiwil'J: U-lievid tlint INw'b-.l| _
aak r and! I 1.1'11\ T Tv.' the lnyII..t\\'I'I'1I :Mi'-s 1:1'.1111'111'I': 4, ''tf- i"- ''aujee; a ii.ai. '- w
bath ofFanliau'T ..
mule' the liest .lIlh'rs.h'' ..
:
tin '1<:
-
.,_
: claims the cl.tmpiuiisbip in I''i i : -tii.ttby: the euu.Lt+.-
\\ : .
invkne. in Lake) J-f .ferret with high ih"1.'

f,1-11:1 '.i-, l'h.'I n! imat < ai:)' .si.d :Mile. Ai'.ibroiiruier.. an ;I.: !b 'I EAT JEM LIKE CANDY !t to-. .:' ,pr-. :KecHlin Men forr'llI'JtJ'iI'r"- the' ? 3tt I 'tad he gar* into (h. rin ; .

.' ,. :.racl'ul joiinu rrei'cbwohia I 1.. 1.1! i':' r> >' I' .1.hI .t. .J. P'Olid .
sl..1 I i -' .I i in 1:. t. .. .I" i ',t, ruliauong! Li.-. generals.iex.Ia'l'i rpd witl. beauty wC'dUruiidcutfl.tY .
'..:'"I shorter. Tlie Iln lKbwoin) \\1.I II .11", tut In AM >D ; r t
[ : 1 IJJltr.MMi I' .' < ;rit jmlawl then by thfir ti--ti f '= y scS I .- i rut '
Iwnits in gHH1 t :
tbe nrst aid! tina I'i
Ill'!'''' limrOT. 1111"1 MW 'IUIUi. .
tl us- I. 11110'I'r lame winint-s I ;u tl.eMar Lauudrv.
bet her oppiwnt who won loiiii tp.uiM q\ '
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN prirrid! as 'OlIImJlitIl'rs.t.w 1'1.
6 ..
) fur her skill and resoiri. I b.:
l'e'ss.
i-it.iiidid: :l sn-oid: iheetint. iii.il tbis .
1'.111.i '.'" .,.e M on every boa of the g'naoeLaxatie ni.\\ iM'ing lrralJ'Ii. ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods Callti for end ta: : : .
Life litea lt rk.
= i Bromo'QuinincTabU'Mha 10f,00 fr..
Nobody living outsid- New York TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
tcmetiy 'aft rums A cold In one claj'. HiutiilitT. and Mi.uloti I lilnifn.F. Awarded at Party
knows how dirticult it has become in
:. I:. snnttl'.e11'In'r of l.ot >! I II IP.I '
that city for people of moderate means WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
Murder en Sh-pba0rd. I hy awl other last liulit: harm? In .; .. ,
to tiring up their! children In the lose
:.VTV y. '. !':" _"' Tv\u ion era rivenily iMUlirbt: tile 'pee !j paci-t S: .1' im4LIiiI '
of genuine things. It I is still! done bjmany
nilhMiic :1'' 'i: r : .. i.-w n! ilufi i't .,\v I'hinies. ::.I"? j, from foimei Fir'. TIME TABLE.
and
but with increasing effort! I

steamer I'.t'i\ :,'h\ has jest f<',\'ll t'uinmisiuuer.luhn.1. S l':111111.11ut NV w only by dint of a strong: will and an'

sj i"irt. (;11. 1)1 !nn! orut the mass" <-ik.Mr.. Inheritance of the trust graces of LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.I

: -innell l.Uibt: !Shadow! Clunn''c WINE CORDIAL n'nCT
DhCF.MRER
'rs n >n. waalmost instantly kills ; life simplicity! the domestic 3.tIl'C.1 I 1. l'et _
at the FasiTiptoii: sale in New Yoi kII' Hest recoirmen jitiont for curt of Poorness t to' ',
ills shipmates| ray toy a bloc ovt-r the h'ooj: Storr.tch troubles inj General DC tions and the" love of nature and cue'sklnL New Orleans and Mobile.
hart alter last winter for >"Ui IMI, and at the tim ". Inertias strtn'hent.I __ __ _
:a quarrel over the v the tppetue
i xses- It is to the cultivation of these -- -- n --- n
:Mr.Smat'a bid :..I"OI. Tht'I'ril''l'lil'J' ..1.1It "'- oc: .0 lai bu.ijs up the entire gstem. I I :
Inn of a silver spoon. .\ Suniarl, graces that we must look: fur a rescue 'o.4. 'I So,2, I No.3. Sr :
who i* alleged to have struck the blow. Mr.! Muaibt-rd IS not ineLtioii'-d, bi a rue Ur"unt from the artificiality and the \'UI.arl-1 7 15 a U:1) m 1I.q p Leave. PI'Dlcola ....Arrln f.fl a 4 P P
it was probably cotiMdorably nioi". PARIS 931 n :::::1 p 1a2: a Leave_." t low.toll (Rave I ./.1 a e p
cuntinufd his duties as fin-man and a:. a'.uaera.1 ro. ty of the pitiable circle In every A wer'l I 11IJ a.;:!! p :::ii a Leave Mobti'. Li.eve i I. .>$' D'l : S
than that which Mr. Scanned paid fi! "::!'Jp 1j\I a Leave sew flrl."c" Leave n.., p a
boat
the until she
remained touch .
fn ry 4rent..1. lean city known as "the smart set" I --I H -
him. as be is l'lon.itll'r\l faster tuda
---N 21i---
ed Port au Prince. Haiti: then he disappeared. Century
than cvur before. -
I
-- A boy is usually ready to ('at"err ''. '. ''. 4. ,a 1hatpin .
Longest nail <.nmp. 12.15p m ( L."v@ ., Pan acoll..Arrl..e .:"'1 pm. '
There has (Iwvn mm b Uisrusslcamom .\1 The Beer Jme he stops laylng.-Atrhlson Globe. 01:15am 1:51pmrrlve. Mont tomery ..".rave l11'.m m
Acts Immediately. I 11:59am 9opm) Arrive.. llmIDflham.Lf.aye eJsam a .m
:; the baseball wiseacres aho: ii\ p m 11:10. m Arrl..e... % .tI"llIe ... .L..a..e
Colds are sometimes more: trouble the record for extra innings. Th !I..:? That When Other Medicines Have Failed I !: J. m 9a3 a m Arrive. Louisville ..,..L..f' 9I5! pm I m7a1
Made am llilla: m Arrive .cIIlCIDD.U Leave 11:11' m t IIII
in than In winter it's ; ''' p
Hole summer Take Fole "s Kidney Cure. It has I
sest n-curded pl:1Yl'tllar
came was C 1'I.m ltlpm A rttve_ t.LQUI' .LuTe I .:1.) p m DI,

60 bard to keep from adding to then :\ 11. L... at Boston between t!he cured when everything else has dis :I I PENgACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.

while cooling o2 after exercise. One" :Manchester (N. lea professional tea: appointed. Sold by W. A. D'Aletn- _
D ANHa 1 lmR r&MOUS U 21-1J.1I, No. S-IJ..I So atop where time not Iho.-o 't
No. : So. 21J.1I0
}Mmut Cough Cure cures at once. and Harvard college resulting Iu i[ berte. n!: South, _PaIafos street.Foley's -

Absolutely safe. Acts irameiiately score after twenty-four innings Tl.c 11:56 pm 1am Leave.. .P"u.cola.ArrITe 101: pm pl
second ,' 13:15 night 1:1>1" ... Iolf'ml. 'hh.. IO\1"'
Sure cure for coughs, colds, croup i longest game was twenty-tv 0 -ISVICTORIA- Honey ana Tar U ) .. 1.1'1" .. .... 'tme.tra.._.._ (1)1U.ti \' "
innings between Tacoma and Seatt.e. II 11 _.......caDlbl& _._ 1O:8'J"
threat and long troubles. IlargisPharmacy played at Tacoma on May 1C ivj cures colds prevents pneumonia.There's U i\.i to 1' 5" ..' .._ Mulat ,_....._ H1I"U !
I ... .... .... .._ "
-- 1M" Harp
: : lO I"
: :
John and
: Sheppard Sidney and resulted 0 to 5 in favor of T I I 12.7: ; !1" 1"35 ,. .. .._._(,O.tCit? ....._ .. IIU" ,

Kahn. cocia. lots of money to be made 1.s'4! .. I Ts'a u .. ....... .. Milton.... ...._ 1Jla" i
Iin| real estate-lots of it. A real estate ir) a m I ..... .. _._ Good RaDca __ .. I
MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. sign is usually a flnzer-board to i I.M k 8.15" .._...... Hohl __ ._ sas h' I aa
Seasonable household 1 '..enE'tlt"our. friends that they m;:lY wealth !::!I) t'al ....._ MlllIg..1i .___ "' 9;,: ) 4. .
4c Jove more dearly still. Bene fit BESt iO-CENT BOTTLE BEEn Thos. C. Watson & 2:5t 9:44 ...._,Crelt..le. ._ 11:13..

and kitchen utensils at the., you IN TOWX.DA.NNHEISSER. Co.. the leading Real Estate firm.I I"J" 8 M .. ..,...,.D ear LallI 8M"4
last I
r tour enemies, that they nay at have some offers which it wouldbe 12I"! 1 Sae _. Moul Aead._ 9:4.' "

Willis Hardware CO.'s. omc your friends. worth your while consider. Oo .'0-1" 1Ii\.) _DeYnnsakkprtng,.. 8:1' .'
BROS. 414 II;" _.... Argle. ___ 1:<< -
\ ; ; ; and see them to-day and don't wait .;") 11:61 ,....Poace de Leon.- 1:2'e "
Two Bottles Cured Him.
The man on his own honu! AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED I till tomorrow 6t) UIO -"Westville.- 1':11"

, insures himself against lots 01 f r "[ troubled with T 6W: 1..15 .. ._ Carl..llIe_ 1:1 4'
was kdt.eco ..
trouble and Nobody cat l : 1.1 Harper >lishy. I .8-1" 1-1:$) __..-Romtay__._ 1:5.5 I. ''
) worry. plaint for about two years;' writes I All creditors legatee, distributee and II:'tI '' 10:4" ._.. ... c..blpley. ..... 1\1" I
raiehU rent and the rent day hal ; alt persons baring claim or demands I 681 l1.n" .. ...Cottondale.6:14 r7qs ;tat

no terrors for him. its u..y to OWl]I H Davis, of Mt. Serling. la., "but ti ro Main House-401 S. Palafox street. ., aiaion the estateot Fred ianer. deceased ) 11:5": ..., ".Marlaalla ........ 11:0) '

a. borne now-a-days. Thos. C,, bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure erect ed R. R. Exchanze-Opp. Union Depot ,i are iigned required within) to two present years.them to tile under- 1 1:30"+) 11:32 11:45 "" "" _h l'ypr@n ... ._ "" 55't 'I .11I
: Granrt Kl:2i8: 5:72
Watson & Co. can tell you hoviu r a permanent cure." Sold by W. A. P. 0. Box 21. Pen acola, Fla. I MAX L. BEAR i ::,
easy 1:. Call: aaa see them. 'D'Alemberte,12i.:: South! Palafci stre et. Phones 116-263. I JlOoawSw Administrator. 8:13 U1. A.rrl1'eR1Tf1rl I.ct1OIlLeare: AliJ" I. /01






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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA THURSDAY. JULY 31, 1902.



FACTS IN FEW LINESIt ment. 'vrhfcli he sold forthwith -

r promptly decamping with the proseeds 1I&I

Cures All Kinds ofJidney cost over $ ,.OOO to police the British .

houses of parliament last year. Professor Mohn of Christlania having

and Bladder Troubles London has at the present time avery discovered that at the Lofoten Islands

large number of homeless Russian cod are invariably to be found

'j and I'.ladd Trouble, Rheumatism. ref ugees. in waters whose temperature is always -I

.J i kInd of diseases produced by auf The Island of Sakhalin, the gmt between 4 and 5 degrees above J

.. uric(' arid. penal colony of Russia has splendid the freezing point Norwegian fishermen
forests of fir and pIne. now make use of the thermometer _

All the vacancies in the naval medical as a recognized: means of detectingthe for infants and Children.The .

HarrisLithia service are now filled for the first presence of the fish. _

time since the civil war. Of the 400 inscribed clay slabs found Kir.il You Hate Always Nought has borne the M?natiire .

For a quarter of a century no new in the ruins of Babylon by the ('xl.roi- of Ch.is. H. Fletcher, and has been made under his

Water houses' haw been built in the Sussex tion sent out by the German Oriental personal i'Ul't'r\'h.ion for over 250 3'('ars.lIow no ono
.
society but two have been deciphered
(Englandl1agt of lindon.A jet
to tlei-ehc :you in thN. Counterfeits, Imitations and
one explaining the H.ibv>-!it1l
Chinese official In Shanghai recently
and the
Must-.is.- tl" but Experiments endanger
Impndf the best cuneiform characters and the other are
by physicians allUnited entertained a number of foreign
r States. For "sale every- officials to a dinner of l-i courses.A coutaiuing: the litany chanted by the health of Chiltlren-Ixl'crieJlc against 1: ller lIll'lIt. _

r. --bJI'I'l.J anwhere. Ilarrisburff man on his deathbed singers the temple of Esainla on the! The Kind You !
recently directed the payment of aboard return of the god Marduk to his sane Have'Always Bough

Nothing Can Compare bill of thirty years' standing/: tuary.A. Bears the Signature off
K. P.luodell of Wangauui. New
The death
I suicide rate In European
CARBONATED WATER for table UF('. HAKKI* Lmru. i armies far exceeds the rate of the Zealand, has the skull of a bullock
I i* the finest of all ales. which has a curious ingrowth, the
country to which the army belongs.j .
horns. The left horn j>enetrates 4'.
I
j I'opularll<('banl<'S declares that
for Free BooKlets Full
testimonials of
rite cares, analyses, I
w ti, your jliyticiau. there are American firms that make -e. a
"pure fruit jilheb" out of old boot legs. "
Just indents the skull The animal escaped
Harris Lithia Springs Co., Harris Springs, S. C. North America Is credited with twen- from the Maoris and Joined In Use For Over 30 Years.

I ty volcanoes C.'ntralmt'rlca with .. .
wild cattle on the ran!:, !;. It was 'Ow' rrn'.ua ea".v .u..p .rY N'W we. e.rvI
-I-- 1 twenty-five and South America withtl1lrt"sl.'l'n. -
found by surveyors so weak that it ..jw.. _._ ___ -..
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'U IKLKi'HONK: had to be shot. I

M. W. MARSHALL l'enacola;; Fla. 2.WM.;During) lost the and last ten starving years: d more):gs have than Some extensive, changes are being: I. q.-Every Womanla
made in the Burns at ,
cottage \lIuway.
mlerveu-i IT u1. u.Hi 'w
been eared for at the home in Batter : ,
1'OtIlI1J.11're WI llUI ,V tit I'u'Wt! "hrI'
\
the tt$1 r
-" poet was born U '
sea England.There 1 'Sf; & ,ii I i M4R\fL \\hirlinqbpra*
I TILLMAN'S THREAT RESENTED. but assurance is given that the external I \ 'i Sur\yl.dyd.rr.. 1. .:.
Tt'N! WAR. has been erected in the worksof appearance will not be injured and \ '.' II ,. I.' .lir :::: .. 't '1".1 I.'s'I'I')
"v ...
the liethleheni Steel company a in: a way the place will IK made !Uori'likl' I importers and Drft.tr-- __ 1111.,1/.
Von
"en Restores Con | Kelnitz Will Probably Have No steam haunner tour f-toiies high \\'bidltrikt.s what it was in Burns dtflr an ..k....d."i.1 br It. .

I I Foreigners. I! Opposition. a blow of 1'2Z;: tons outbuilding! elected between ivij and Chinese and Japanese .ItI.. "n..II""I';. ...'. "'.".'I.I' >"118.". "
Charl-ton. S. (' July! *: .-StnatorTillmaiib : 01' tu.t wad, ,,'...rf. ,.. -
'r I.n1) ;
luly} : If all the lan.l in the United States
1..1:1: t ito be removed. There is now i 0:11.1: | .,,,1,--.iW II HIM ..
ti.'ding
attempt to int..r'.I' with planted iu corn this year was massed, an entire electric tr:11t1Wlrlluuin, :: Fancy Goods, > t'ititt.. "I.! ir'a.r.I.I,*e" '." In- li {
,. .. ..
home rule .11. tu 1.11. Nlttlll.S0.. .......
Chail-ston in
r (rand! in lutter'v! its men would e 1 ''Jllt''l. roM'ntt\l lure :\s already! n"portal Holland and Itol;:iuin combined. I built betwwn "auld haunted kirl>" l um Yie 'flDI' ii J\ldll.. sex' urk.j
i 31 South Palafox St.
the senior senator has Ii"!
.1 ., ''IT .1 I North of England:: ironmongers are and the 11I"1II.1I'J.t: : ;
clare l that he will I Laundry Office. 1'ensacola. Fl i : .
\": no nun?- making moue}' \loaning. .: machines to

; i. 11! | George F. Von Kolnitz Jr., ie sent to supply of oranges into itiaruinlade.1'rofessor GOLD WsT. mt' :
eluiyI 1 : __ _, t.t' -ubscriptions: forVni.. Jennings
I l i. n. the state senate. Tillman's opiwsition Iluratio VC. Parker of Y-ile l \l1 .. 'S i
'llryan';; paper.The Commoner.
ii,. I to Von Kumit7 is diif to the promini'nti t has accepted the task of furm-li'i1:',' i I "Let the GOLD DUST twins do tour work. tipyt'uiuu'.i- <'r1.> .' .,
;; .T1)e price # M leer year ,n ad
i the latt.-r took in the first MoKinky oratorio for tn/los, chorus:: and "n li< MI.I to Calsuuf ,
.
: Ips.Iia .
: j TK ./ ir the
,,,. : iatuiagn. He went into doubt fur the Norwich lEngl.ind wustlIl frs C'4 n'(> ', l @V'! sauce. d""lrin paper

:. ; '! ful states malting i'1it''dlt S fur the R- ti\1I111l'xt fall n 1"'.,. rrem43sad43 | .:] tl II' I cl" have It -PIt.a theta by DeridingHIS
fl.UOtii the UlKlerUlieJ.xrriCK. .
.' : ,. i; publican adniniiattation, and on th r The finest: cxaiui.lt, of \\11\ ill;: III i In' ... sill! 'it 'il'1 H. :01. Rt.fiiE.

t I ? !I 6tren -Ji of it sought the appointment[ worl-t is said to he the pan.c.i.i: )b \.1111..1' I'II'CGI"H) I Cure 1laily:1ews.

k. '11. | of United States district attorh.-y with iijanufactured in Jlpijapa (pronounHippyhappn. *-,'a I

:.. |lout success Von Knlnitz made t'ie I. in the province oi: \i'l.It..

: .. claim how.-\t'r. that( IIP was a [)j'm. cribti. Ecuador. i THE GARDEN SECTIONo

;, w rat. and in ins pledge: tiled a ffvI Only a few tears ago British vessels

I weeks ago he piomiM.s to abid by th 4 pretlomiDateil in Italian harbor out <>t tow I
I peAh -OFoPensacola
>iIS POST. it'stilt of the D"raocratic primary.. the St''t'llttJ'e vess-eU in the port the. j i e ;

It is generallytmtiarstood here that citlierda.v., however, only eighteen tievv I i )' J t lzri I Florida

HIf; L.fe. to Save opposition would! have developed the British 11:1;;. I IIn L .

against Von Kolnitz had it not bee connection with the liKrea ot i j c
Lr I y 1)Pnltr! Near East Hill Electric Terminus.
I I': a rote for Senator Tillman's threat. The citizens !. the Mar> la'nl! national guard provided Railway

here are inclined to resent i;. fur by the "' ;,- latun' an order has been As a clearer soap doesn't teem! to ccmnare w.th -----
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I 1'" 'b"satr:I' nil r and within the past week effoits! *.> issued for the establishment ->f a leg Beautiful Lots for Sale.
1 I GOLD DUST.
:,. of get other candidates in the race have ular hospital ('orl'!;.

"1 utyi'um! I tall..d5 it looks now Von Kolni'/ Canada has sent a veterinary, quarantine GOLD DUST doe more wcrk. tetter work and does 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, according -
will have a walkover.Many otliier t<> England; to apply the it cheaper It save bacics as we.as CaketCadst

: ;t- of the Democrats agree'that011 tuberculosis test to all cattle over Made o-.i "v THF N K FA'RBANK COMPANY. I to location and surroundings.
\" Koinitz the months old intended for export to the Ctc'fC hcw i ''* P sicS! LOJISjt .
is not
.. .> proper repr--
Dominion fur Alders OVAL FAIRY SGAP Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Beautiful View
J. !Mtative! of Charleston in view of his breeding; I.url"'s I tHigh

alilation!! : withaRepnblieanrampaign. .\l'lIut10 per cent of the men employed Dry Fertile Lands.
,
'!f!. in the :Minnesota mines .irerinlandtrs "'
-!ing. however, Iii nut as strong : --- ----- ---

th. dfbire! another' 4 tl i jior cent Hun The
to fI's"nt the nntMde in- ;; grandest opportunity for investment ever

: I. I a. i-nte of Senator Tillman. Slut p ? arums, about 1I'r| cent Italians,.nun' If You Have cffered in Pensacola.

iiI: to Washill ton. Senator Tillman the rest are divided among Ameru :tusUerm.ms I
) rrench. Scotch.eMi awl I "I5Yr .=,..,u -- I --
labored faithfully for {Charleston Cornish.Codptratioii. I I Home Seekers Should See These Lots
ninth of the bittern--- toward hiii I

I 'f' has been worn away with the of the army and! na .i RheumatismURIGSOL :

I-sink Still in ed'icatrjual! matters:: i" infest: rl'li In .A. Clu.Tb3S
i years tlu majority -" ........"d-
; : i" ople believe that the election of the lemoval of the Ult'tlleuld.1 ,u i .
the IJrookl.Mi! yard to \\;asiuimton the i
navy % Trent teclc.lan-l
i a state senator was a uiattu in ahi.-') enlursod lnliforn I! Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
where will be used in teacln ;: _
i he had no e'onrarn. Had "'A.'A .11 ".A
it nut br> n - - '
.' youiis officers iinmcdiatLly! after they you. It aho cures lrver'dner cud
1 u: "I"i for his published! throat another candi! I
enter the service. ladder d.aeosct., caused ty an ese+'ss of $
1 ::1 brI' late wdiil have nti d the field but |I i uric sell It never (uis.! and builds up K C. KKKXT V.M H KNOWI.KH. W. K. in KU. J 14.. J. H. Itl.NriE.l'reetdrat. .
lleaton 1'ark Lord Wilton's well the b-aitb and ftrergth while it. .
m.ni '
as stated! Von Kolnitz is making thrace -, Vlct'I'rI'SIC1..lIl. t .>hn-r ,"h't lahber.
I.'a-t of wonderlul
known seat near Manchester, England, Ffiidttamp air tank certinrates -
sow without opposition. Price |1 per liottle. For sale
-I i '11\'" has liei'ii sold to the t'OI1ICrltioli of by druri ts.. If your drufcist ran o.'t

-1.1,.:" l lu.,-,'--It--..-.,--.-dt blru.e- ... that city for ftllstJ. The greater supply 5 mi it will t>e sent Pff'PIII.uP'JIl
receipt 01 prlC\ Address First National Ban
> t aiarrli "Coatwituifiit." sail I'liilc Eben9* ., part of the testate will be made into a .

: CM!1'' new- a mighty one thin:!. but de trouble park and the outlying portions will be Uricsol Chemical Co., Los Angeles.Cal

III'd I 1 l' ,t"l'IlIt,' about it i.. tint it i< kin' o' babel to developed for budding; purposes.) or the

'tt-t t'! .t P., "il I d dis- 'stillnbh' few plain laziness."-Wab- The actors at the Theatre I'ram-ai:. Lamar & Pinkin Drug Co., Atlanta Ga. OF PENSACOLA. FLA.D .
-i. ; treat
'
i:1:1ulI; :-tar. TarK have a new grievance. 'I hey Distributing Agents.
1' ( '01' i- taknliric'U
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complain) that the* stylish clothes they III J3 OT O Ft.!m i
UIMIII tliurt <- L"nliui:: nnr4nardk I ,
.. .. ..f hit have to wear when they appeal( inj WM. H. K OWLE3.! W. A. RLOUNT.
F. .
i. I ", .. C bREN'fX K. HYKK.JI
\utl Low did you feel IIi that L rritle -
modern dram.
play cause a heavy I
-'r..j I instil** ftiUli.UK i j uji j D. (l. BRENT.
.. ,d! giving; tlie"ill I automobilew.is passing over] on their salaries, and they ask! tor i ij ,. PARKER'S
!iitiK th* you? i j lnol"DlIlityilllllar to that nllnu-ii t<, : J
Ui HAIR BALSAM
,: -tiulruatur.. in ".\11 run Pros .re a Imurot F"'V'i- r Pjr 3 d! muU t.X 4 t ad i I
I .. curative proprietorill .; 1 At ISti'lajHM the wooden pavement I|I a. N.'v Hair r to Fails its to Yourl.ft H store Co'Gray,r. I {r 38 L ; gt .

'. t 01. Humlretl t It fcrliltt'ii FlliU.rir. of a whole street has Jiis-t been stolen I'I ,t yl t5u.91..1.ra pol, |,.l"i..IMA 01 nroruyI l li ,1r1a.4.g. i 9
in broad davlkht! and in full view of
-I triod the faith for rbeu-
: cure
i.it it fails tof '
tCr.tlllHlUI.lU mat ism this si>ritr-. the INdie'( The thief appeared in (Inforenoon lVWe draw oar own Kill of Exchange: on Great Britain Ireland:

with a of IaIsir.'r- Germany, France, Austria Italy Holland ?pajr.. Belgium, Kaijala
1 I UKV I Jt C.., l'ntl-DiJ it cure you? gang LODGE DIHECTOHY KOIwiy
T..J.-d.. O. Pin;Yes of my t'aitb.-Chlc3go whom lie. 'r\.J ,to pull its| the ni%'.. i Sweden Denmark and other, European countries.
ir -I.. ,71t'. News. -- -
I IrVe31el.' Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Term, and
Cures Eczema and Itching Humor KNIGHTS OF PYTEIA\ Taken abel
of
't. lirni on Obligation Payable at Port eetirailon Ten cr Fifteen
Daji
r -
\ Hebltt'e lime.Ve Through the Blood-Costs Nothing {
after Veesel Arrives there.
.
> k'tiUr meeting ofV \ kicked till we were weary to Try It. I PenwatolaI.IRtyre. No. 3. K. IIf. ., I ---

; scat society atlt We druimil prim sorrow's cap.e P.. l'. 15.: i Botanic Blood Balm i- meets erery Monday even j I CS-Sn.fety DapoRit Boxes for Rent in Cocneotlon
\\ howled till we were leary Ing at vim) nt rasllfl IIIL !i iID
..It"! OlllCt.It >' When the price of meat went up; now recoirnlzed a. a certain and tire : the Klonnt .. Wau o.KuildlDR I with whioh w. have a Priva Apnrtaient: for thnUee
1 tv-.luk.1 I-.' and :6.. Rut, mum as are the oysters. cure fur Eczeiiu, Itching sl in. Hu- :, tblrd CoorVlslllne ;, of R"1'tn"II.
1 1,1.'; are oordia'lv \Ve show no outward signsOr mOT, Scab-, ScahWatery Kli-- welcomed brethren oordlall >,

hear a thankful murmur tr.r-. Pimple, Aching l.onior II \ i.is.I
\\' t'. DPU-REKY, 'NVhen the price of meat declines.Indiananolis Joints, U:..il-. 'urbmiclea. I'ncklnu H. HOR5LER
l'r -iJent.i Sun. I'.iin in the :kin.; Old! K.uin.sore:: ; K. K. A M.
WE WILL-FURNISH YOUR
i.M i. No False Claims. Ulceretc.. Botanic lllooij T:tiin HOME FREE ).

r'rPtaTy.1OLAY !I 1 i taken internally: care the tvur-! ,uui
of '
.
The proprietors Folej's Honey,
) WII' 'n+flafur r' I Iw.
!' 1 ino-t deep eatedca-e. l y tMiiieliii.. LaurelsAgain ." alol.1. .
and Tar do not advertise this' as a 1 punf; insr and vitalizing: tbhull it II . '" ." I"f'' Pol.',"' ;"'" ,i', 'I "I.. ,!
=(k sure Hire lor CI I11SI1I11 I)'1011: They I .I'1', .U .
thereby srmii!: a he-tlthy bin"ii -uply \\ '. .. r ..f ."
'
do nut daim it will cure this dreadlioninlaint : to the -ktu. !'.<>:.mie ll"., dBI' Ti I ; j..::. ,,'.: ;;::,,1, %;h; v' ', ",' ....
Meal hliilsz I in a \'anredf's., but dopositively I,: the only erne, to -lay cul..tt. for X111 Pari made Cxpoal the Gold tiott .. ".",.: I I......
.
-jrn ( assert that it will cure in 1 Medal Award p. .1I''r..... I. I. ... ... -
the awful -kin tronbii to 1' :
allll'I 'ill': ... ... ,. .... ,. .
the artier stages and never fails tRita n Otli..r renifdiemay relive.. but li II..rl..r.........,,"' 1.1-\ : .' I I'LI' '" .
i CO., Prep, lumtort and relief in thp'lIrH: 'l' K. actii. !1\' cure-, h..alv'n, I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY I!. .-110'1..1 t SU.I'Hre,.",.hlnnrr' "41',',....: '_. ,'., '.

i '..rM ins. Fo'ex's, '! HOIHV and T 1;,ir i< -ore, and givethe rich L'low >fI !... .,.' ..I....," a "" 11" .:. sot- .1" .. 1

\ \ I'l. UKdUOl'NIi; without dou'bt the greatest throat and I health to the -kin. 15.15. J5. buildup 1 n. ... R....' ,-, ;.. \\I.fI.t.t II.':''': rt"r.1." _. .. .I.. ,. ..jl .l fI '
I 1'11 remedyRrftlse substitute. the brokeii-tiovvn bllda 11I1 linker I .;. I' ... I; '.If. 'ta.-. ...... f.' d
!!j ,
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K i : : .
r.r.n I ".1.U".. \ ., .,
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p' \ !
121 South I WHISKEYCold 'I I \" ,. .... _. '
D'Alemberte .
1 -try for aI.'YnurI ..,., n Sold by \\ A i tne blood mi and O41uriahing.. Over t .j -.IIP.-. \I \ '. '.
"d"
,
\ stan r Paaio.stin! : t.I'.lU.tin Ikkuo \"lIlnlltll'tetl11wulal- ot cure r. .1. ...... .f'" '. M. ." '- r.rr-"tlu..rurnr..I a r\ u., '.1..1. a
': n. MmiuIuotDriTno :'by Hotatiic Blood Halm 15. U. B.I ;: ... .. '. x W'I : '. .
medali were : :, \\ : : : \ ..r. 1 @
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h..ml'lcC1uI' (,.,11I the >rlluTii Mmiilu I Iru Trial aao awarded at .. . ,. ,\ I tAIn
;;gitfI. treatment free focW O I t.w cIA) I." t I ., ..t. ". 1!
$ '
,1r'1I1 c"l1Il11unll bentatP Q AI' '' I'>hj-La.siuu (ki ci.na.ucun:: lor U'a.tnaANNE.R I and prepaid i by writing Blood H.ihn j i @JI4'Worl..;, '&iI acadd In II Mr.. At.E- 1i.Ill1H- '. : .. '_ 1..1 d.).,.

,ufncturer.. yon SALVE i Co.. Atlanta U.t. Describe: trouble | 01100 1393. SALVONA SOAP CO., [Dr. 12th I FSnE Sts. ST. lOUIS. l'\O.
!". Ion ow* and fret medical advice give.i until ,
i ,,. ou llTf aaCiDiorl the most healing saiva In Ovt worii cured.. 'Salt N L'cliliLciui' CIUS. J I


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if/ / huilai! N. \'

y (nntlemru-A- my nmthtr has bwnL'nauy
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H.SpgIE : 0 ;- F'wd I f.'t.1 it tuj duty to write you conntuIy -

= / y- I !>- that you may know whit a

C 't :,' \ ASK % l It ion it is to humanity .My mother ma

''fie. '" a a YOUR tWI.ID with arulybi nearly two mootiis
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e ;, F ? -' GROCER are. mol it was ILl only solid food the
nl .
? ( ; w' could tiike. She has gained rapidly la
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(I.i1ce N' a strength since uMog itVery
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 31 1902




I NEW ADDITIONS TO I IF. R.POU, ,I,, I II .

rsoITEVOOSl I Feet Furnishers for Cash Or.ly.

THE PUBLIC SCHOOLSContractor : : : : FEED, LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.OPEN I


, DAY ASP NIGHT. 1.. Wo..t Inh'llllt'lIt.jaotn't.t.: ;
AND PERSONALS I I
a R. B. H..ine ha a JOT DOWN 4

I I POU & GINGLES Managers. ,
I force of carpenter at work: on the I
II
new four-room addition! to public I
1T.. I) ,viE-+q visited Talb- e. .
No. 1. which being constructed iy ; THIS
school i I FACT
h4--t* ti.M we-k on 1t'A'-i1; bu'ine *. !
at a co-t of *3tiOOVten i I,
)Ir. A. C. Krry i* visiting hU R. POUt & I II

brother Col. R. I). H.+tty iu Selaia.V. thi* addition i is completed there will 'F I

be fifteen class room, This addition : I' That when you want :IIOI:, tt twill
H, Glenn of Eutlirl'ri.e AU., < FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER.
will be completed in time for s
i* 4 'uet at Hotel E-cmbii today. .
i. give only tIe best ati facti<>:.
the next school tern. 17 Test IntenJeada: Street. Office Phone, 31. Residence Phone, 673. I
lion K. n, \Vhitmire, one of Mil
. ton' aldermen, ii in the city today.: On East: Chase Street ContractorJos. - -- - -- --- - -- -- --- I !i in wear, fit and finish ; :> iII,

Crona is erecting; a new school I II
. Cipt. John Hoodie*, a prominent .:1 that will suit not only yourrtlf,
THE BIG
hip builder il Milton, i is iu our city building for colored pupils, which STORE

today. will be known as No. 55. It will .i but year friends ; si to i:-. that will

Mi-i Clara Levy of Greenville, i!| cost $1100.I I
; .
I .OFFERS'iSPECIAL -- rive you the di-Unction of being
( .\It..I I* the ''uert of her brother, Mr. I Contractor Jas. :tearns buildiui ; : ,

: .\. (Jreeul.ut. a one-room addition school No. 71 i perfectly dressed ; come to the-
BARGAINS
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Hon. U'ta. 1J. Farley! of Mariannawa
THE FASHIONS.Prt''sln store which make
a specialty of
amou; the prominent visitors;

br yesterday.Frod s children in pure white Is I IN EVERY DEPARTMENT THIS WEEK.
*u?!1. :MUMS ,4 .4 j
t more fashionable this year than it has
Allen a popular young man
Le 'n for some si-nsuiis i'.J>t.
of Milton, node a Iw.inetriiJ to /"-
Not a fVw c'f the newest evening SHOES. : HARDWARE.
the city today.J. I
: want haH soft tran>pnivnt folds po- We will Continue the Clearance A Fine *Refrigerator for. .? ,.;: i
- r;. P/eff-r left oa tha H-JOU train ins annul J the ficure with horizontal another I'' : .
lot'I I sale of Ladies' Oxfords A Fine 2 String Broom for. . 27c MEYER
lines of lace itiMTtion SHOE CO.
today for Chicago ant other point showing :
I Week, as we do not intend to ..
ty.rn. carry I A Uood 3.i"triu' Broom for. :'jc.
Ue will be absent 3ll(1t:1): days. over a single pair and nave :
Cn-jie de chine and tits-rty satins and Complete Line of Ladie1' MrapMippers An. All-Kip WangStitchedWairon I
Juhu }:. Callahan; deputy collector Collar from .*1.\'J to U 75ACood Ii
: the
silks are much usfil this season in at following Greatly I :
of internal! r-venui, innJe a busi-: place of the more irl liable chiffons Htducedl'ril'f?: Webb Halter for. . 2'jc !i Feet Furnishers for Cash Oi.ly ;

Ileer vi-m to Talahassee this week. and tulles! fur many of the tucked All J1J5Uppers for .. .. . ..?1.U" I A Good Li ht-W E-i-ht Kuzy; I

b!"uee>ts and undersl,>e\t's. i iOM All n oO Oxford & Slippers! for 1.27 Collar from . . ....7":3 to Si 25 i02 South Palafox Street. i

Hnywurd Randolph: Tallahassee rose i> a color that is MTV often All H'I Oxfords & Slippers: for U.o')" I Buggy Whip from . .Idc to Sio<) iI iI
'"iU arrive her Siturdiy night to All S2Hj Oxfords for. . .. . L69Best I
forgotten in sfWtins: gowns for either All+: U5 Slipper* for . . .U...3I I Value to be: had in the city.
the San
J')ln I'yitii.iu excursion to : day or
Francisco i proves more IM-CUUIUIK to women i-i j jtlur S-H.oo: Oxfords for' . .?:> 40 for..3 7"x'

lit and MrV.. O. Creu-haw! left fair or dark, than either pure I' These prices dou't apply; : : ; Queen Collar Pads, good values ..25! to Co.- ti VVV'r "'i"" Vwiii.

the city ye-terday for Milton en pink cherry red<< !, lltloJrra or green. > ( ualitv Oxfords, of which we have a Bargains in Crockery, Glass aud P:

I.onghalf fitting: cloaks of black] un l' nil Htock. Granite Ware. ?
route t.> Floral, their future home.
i lin. From Milton they will
tLe country with a tl3.lI1-a beauti- wuru over gowns of white liberty satin i DRGOODS..

fut trip and pleasant: outing 1 foulant white pi'iucilinp.. mohair. : ......- -........-
t-tamino, 'tc. The greater portion of
Th! C.1tb.lIc KuighU and Ladies the At BARGAINSEVERY
.America;, are planning; for a pleasa&t front.

ectertaintfleut and dance to bb i Colors .. .. .. .tic Linen Skirts. I w
:liven at Mu;noha Hlulf on the even- Tan 1:1ns colored are now or cru very batistes frequently and decorate linon i i I White . . .5ocFiured White Skirts. .. \ Half Price

1otc.f Au-u-t I... There will be several .l with lace appliques and in!'er- Challies- 01 fl.00..Shirt Waist. .6.>c2.WK
Figured Lawn j-2C yard ) yards Embroidered B.edinzs
) hand-onie prizes to compete for tillns of the same shade. The yoke and
XBarainsoo1 to arrive :Monday at 5 and luc yard.
;:, 4c yard
and ,'rsl.'ves! unlined
an enjoyable evening is prom- are or they are '
X-Bar Lawns, luc I
of tucked l ntl! te mull: altrrnatlns yard See Center County
iwi l all wiin atten J. Make a note of > > or ;
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with ban }ff the rilollou.'w .- u
the date and watch for fuller particulars a new green
:'\( York 1'0.1.SHORT.
'; in tl.i- paper Bon. DAY

itvaf (iaiuer, .t: pr-imineut and STORIES. JBilliaiu loljnsou

Mlb4Unti-.il merchant of Milton, was

a bu+IDPIii visitor to our city today Brazil has its money coined at themint D1If

Mr. (l.iiuer tae been *<) bu-y Celling ia Vienna. MEN AND BOOKS. !, Explosion; Wrecks Buildings! (; I

IffJodt in MUtou! that this is the firtopportunity Customs officials are now required to ', TIarrnrt: Pa. Fuh ",.. -An "t:

l.e has InJ for some w'ar1,1te jlo\e.s in the handling of Chopin[ rarely re.i! a::t.niig: hr.iuer I pln=ioc: of a ca)1!r.e ergIn': at te; IQ'?

Um to r'HiiH: to 1'.11'; tc'll. He (wtxiual i-roirty of traclersI thai a I'relieli lio.el.! mines of .Tari Shiro. an individii"'

\\ *Ii<>tl rvlit over a li.ly. neatly if a recent adios of the sup'r'bsors Lord C'lixe bind that "lloliiiisou Cru- i if opc-rator at Short Mountain ureckei o.t'1'o1L. .
it i is now u uii.sdcintMiior' to permit artesian I
_ not quite knocking her down on 1'al- ; >Oc" bout aliV book he ever read thp power house ant destroyed! the C-
<
well water tll run to waste ia i i i illitrside i
: fnx trret while t: admiring our skyscraper Cul. 10'1
l'. county. I reading or of praising: the works of the amount to thousands of dollars!! '
tl.e Thie-eu building. The fact that the world's supply of .
apostle John. partially insured The fiames from
corks is much Its than the demand
The MiseLiJdou are outfit lining j James I.. of T.njrland; was a lover of the wrecked power house were commnnioatert Jt.
has given rise to a new industry of eul l-
MpleMunt 1.IU..1' arty it tin !home of the classics niidery familiar with to the adjoining! buildings

their p rnt.Jud.e and Mrs. U. :.S.Liddon. I.diig, cleaning; and revamping corks. most of the I. itiu writers. and all were destroyed. no fire fighting -
The Canadian cuu-rnmont has appropriatc FRIEDMAN & CO.'SI:
at Marian-ii. Aiivnuthe 1 liuujiiu read l.ttle besides his Rile apparatus being! available
"i Sl""i U build:! a barbed .
and often sad! that Christians: woulddo
yoaog ladies< from this there are
city wire fence along; the boundary IH.twttMi .'-
well to fl'atllIo other l .'ok.Salvator .
M!.** Mvi-'it> Lou BonuettMary Former Cashier Trial.
Montana and the I >i>mmion, 'x. on IQa-
KaKao and Imeuu6mith.: MIPSD'Aletiibtrit tl'lI.lIl1 from :'t. Marj's lake to the : Rosa liked any kind of IMN-t- Knoxville Tenn.. July :!.).-A perlal -
but more espet-i.-lly that relating to
Bs.ie ) .Iul I Genevieve \\f'd grass lulls, I II ry. to The Spntir.el! from A'h"\"i! !!-. 1( "
I the country or to country scenes.Hume .
Carv ", ..ut tn Marianni this inornto There are now but twelve survivors I X. ('., say I.awrenr Pnlliam. formerly -

t.r j"iii Hi* pirty. Aui'>i.gtheare ; of ilio :Maryland SiM-u-ty <>f the Cahforj j aUe. writer paid that that ever Tacitus lived and was himself the cashier of the national hank of } RACKET STORE.JIIIIIJIIIIIIIJU., @ ,

nia I'ioneers. In 1""7. when the sociity Asheville II now on trial there on the
ut. al"-ever tl young people tried to model his style on that oft
was organized it had thfrty-threo chars of embezzlingr". In 1S".Th : YI
Irons .; s Inta, the 111Ii1ll historian
members. The s.N-iety recently htld a I *> disappeared and after a lore ah-
The Cnritiun! EoJNevor Societyof reunion! in Il.iltmiore. | Ixwke pave mint of his attention to son e gave himself up to officers In 1I.ll
works c.f ihilobophy. He said, "1 t-tan lanuized J; \I \fVV) ) \Jl))') V'vv'f)
the lr..bytfruu church will givean A n.zro, trimming a tree beneath a California and was brought hack t'1 ) ) \) U 1,
at the of
profundity thought
entertainment at th. rc-i 1-nce of limb of which IitlHo a farmer's team shown Itri"tc.UI..." i I Afhfville. Pulliara's! Mensc is plpa'.

J. B. K':>..rt110 North Alcini/: Michigan: the other day. lust his balance tag temporary insanity: and: expert I
and fell head fort'Ulo..t.otriklI! The elder Pitt liked !Shakespeare testimony !is being !introduced to that Crab nets and fishing ter. '' "e \x- .' (\
-trJ, :"I.hrbt! t<> which the public
net the labor of He
reading plays rnJ ti' irrI
one of the horses. The animal drop-' end !; afr' f ,
In invited. Fi.H musical numbersillbc .'> H! hvuriiii th m and once said that tackle to suit everybody, at ,
jH-d dead but the man whose head
% : Ptaito)10| MisAnui j h.. had learned English --- I
}- ., more history
dealt the fatal+ was unhurt.I New President of Furman the ,Willis Hardware Co's.
4eo; 1'.uItI4"I., Mm M:iry 1'rater: ; at the theater thuti at tile university.Literary .- '
I GnenviHe. S. C.. July 3U.-Rf>v. U. A
.
.
t"c*'t&tI..u Mi.. Kdni 11 )s sco vocal Lii'e.I'lillixiitpli
; ladies skirts and
Cleaning want
OVER THE OCEAN. M. Ramsey of Charleston, [president I
.010. )'Ii.- Nell It Ib rt.'Joliu; solo, ,I of the board of trustees of Furman is one of err specialties; Star Laan-.

Mt"* All ti/ li'atco.. Kefrethtuent.s A sea wnll Is to be built in the har- ) <.1 rntleuc."Sjfirae university has called a meeting at dry. a ) AUU11. .
I If interested to know
tiay
will b* -.-jv>d.Th l.,rof lit'Uua. ; the First Baptist church at 5 o'clo"k ,
that there is almost kind
now a new
Thos. C. Watson & Co.
l'>rwl 1 < tli dais .if the LouisirillfandNa.villeriiiir.nl Runty thousand i....ple live within cf philosophy of fatigue" a writer on August 7. The purpose of the '
says
the
leading Real Estate Aeiit take
the lUiiger radius of :'lol1l.t'I':.U\U.>. I meeting is to consider a successor to ; s Aa
i
, : gave a iii AihfcWs. :O"III e .le.'ulaturs think all the worry off the shoulder" of the nE S T VAN P Ni?
. delllMful! L.iV eKcurion ou the "\"ery last da..,," is how a hotel at i:.::.n ire.IIe ('Uns/'iOUS Ufau his Intuitions Ir Andrrw Phillip Montague, who resigned -;i owners; of property, manage the f

- Munich: is ad\ettise in a IIIIKT printed were 1>["WI..ll1l' by exhaustion, the presidency of t'urman last renting of theirhou"e; and the col. AA

steamer t-nn-on ye-terd after- in Iji: ;..libli on the continent.JamuliiiR so that the mind Las to pick its way week. lection of their rents as conscientiously ; -

bf>OII in hi-imr of Manager (J"or.'e: E. ( will be peruiitteil at Os- slowly and logically:; instead of divining -- I as they would them.elves. Aq

Titconib ..f the li,tIe Coal .storageCo. tend for one more season, as the I'elirinii instantly as it used to do. It was the WIrcir.i !!).trm For AlanUn Their charges are very reasonable ,

'"f {'hiledell+hta. d ->,ituers and antisamblin; :: law will not t>e put fall of man. Wilder dreamers have Government stations on Uie main : i iI I iI DAILY MENUS p.

c builder+ of tt.f uuiquH coal lo tding Into force until next year. even ilescribetl the oriein of cosmic pasaii'l land of Alaska are to be connected by i i iI

F red da..ell.r'llIlC: m +chlu.+ry iu the Fairly pood riisli1was! spoken by netiiiKe. from which! all the woildsoiii" wireless telegraphy, according to a I I oinpn-e all f I I :

.l; pew ,h'fuu..r Aiuu-t llflmont. and sixty p T rend of the C-rmau soldiers an due to Ilron'ssh fatigue:; of contract let br the board appointed by' Hotel Camden Date Di-he-: .. :'II.r A
who \isited lniblin! recently while t.e 0'I111'r.l'h; is far more subtle and the chief signal: otfUifr of the army to
>lr. Hate! ( th
iu- > 1I':1U.rrll de- ken of the W .r..i A
their squadron was at Kingstown. back! ":( it. It is a little as if they wereuttchiptin the Marconi company. The station
, putweat if the L. .t N. Auiouirthe (: V.MIMIN AL.1H.1)11 Afford.
New coalfield vhieh have been :! to rewnte thetirit phrasesof will be In operation by the middle of Aq
t Rueste \\ t'r..l'I't.; i-iK Hof the AuMt ,
; October, and ultimate communication
OIN'n.'.1 up in I'olaud may it Is stated till Old Testament so that it should
r Helmout .iul f.HmlyIr.. and with the state [is Is Now Open to the Public --- .
lead to Warsaw developing! Into one of read, 'In the' beKiunii was fatigue.; Washington expected ,
Jtra.Pope of ut-vilh! auJ.everil thus Iuttinla.ka for the 511
; the foremost manufacturing cities In -- -- Ladies' Private a
h41H and .feutlui of this city. A 1'l1rol't'. j jIlecaust' I ftlt III. .\'t"r. first time !in direct communication with under the management;: 'It '

: ra was mad to the u wy yard and sweetbrler<< l
: t. the Life StvtUK :Mitiou and de- abundant in Tasmania goats were Introduced soon :.fter the civil war" said a CUca : COLD I STORAGE WATEUMEL ;I: MRS. s. MIMS :,.
'
: l/eitq. refreshments! served on to head them off a'l It were ;-o man "I stoppul overnight! at the C -

ben.t, by eatnu: thi-m. but the brlereatneout little! town of XVarrenton :'\. C' The ONS ALL PRICE";. AT OARFIELD'S. of l'en-aClla. Florida. I :

__ d ahead bj' killing) the p.ats. I|| neat 11\>rnin::. strolling around looking i Regular Dinner Daily :'

Tt+*t Your Kidneys For Rheumatism. Lt'ahl'r I nby nsli>op In its cradle the place over' I met a countrymanwho I RATES REASONABLE :
Just received a New Lot of Hoys' :, ; lit
.i Wba suffering! from rbeuBtatMtt in a field a peasant mother went to greeted me with a 'Howdy?' and --
a are A
y' work on h,'r mountain farm near 'passi-d the time of day' most cortliall). White Straw Hat; worth 50c, sic By the Day Week or Mont! !j
' (tie kidneys must bo attendedte Short ()rtl >r+ I'ronip" q_
Trlt t. On her return she found that I was considerably! taken aback when and #1110), to be closed out at 25 :nand "
tt once so that they will eliminatetM the infant had teen carried! off I noticed 45 Wm. Table Furnished with the JE-"t the Filled Night or l'a) A
by an that he was barefooted, and 1eutured cent Johnson & Son. j I Market Aflord '
urk add from the blINd Folcy's oaple. The little one was afterward \. to ask him if It was the custom jj j I I Ii -- A
..
Xi4atJ Cure Is tbd most effective! found dead in the eagles eyrie. of the country for the men to po Lay the dust. You can buy Ij j Public Patronage Solicited.Free II'. (o4omftb:',5 ',1 ..tOoJ

rtttlredy for this purpose It. T. Hop.kla. .. 1 without ,:11"1'''. lie answered with a garden hose at the Willis > .kb. 70\J o ". A!
I| drawl[, 'Waal, some on us does but Sample Rooms. I
; of Polar, Wis., says: "After unocccMfnlly -
i three for EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE j I most on us 'tends to our own busl1 Hardware Co.LAKEVIEW. I I I Nick Apostle'. :
doctoring years: i 1 I Sunday Rates Made to Traveling' ,
ness. -
rfe.iHBail in with: the best doctors, I WILL MEET SATURDAY | Men.iGOVERNOR'S.

G tried FoliKi'Inty' Cure and it I i A Carlo. Hfllc. DAIRY. : I Ii Popular Restaurant. 1'

'uftd no. I lacnot sp<-ak too highlyof A curious relic of Louis XVII. is the
The Democratic Executive Commlttee i' of ISLAND, N. Y. J IJIIIJIII1'fri
this great medicine. SoIl by W. "game douiinos"! made of pieces Jot j "

.\. Ah'ffil'ert. Ill South PalafoiMarston of Escambia county is hereby j the P.istille which were given to Ihe 1MIOXK 41 J. | VT, in H.triplicate, July Ib92.-Sealed, for furnishing proposals -. 1! \ \ \l'v '1/ vbl,

.htd. called to meet at the office of the dauphin before he and his parents | age and straw required in Dept of -

county judge in the city of Pen-aco- I Versailles! forever. It !Is said that Get Qur I the East, daring year ending June I will repair your watt t :

$ Quina Saturday evening: August 2nd, ,: when the box containing It was Summer Prices on the 30l&i)3! will be received here and at jewelry in flrst-clasi st> iStephens. :) ;
cArrythe brought In the queen exclaimed to her places indicated In instructions issued .
Ill>J at 5 o'clock
p. m. Best Milk in the
largest line of matting,1 I bedchamber woman, Mme Campan, City. hereunder until 12 m., August -------
window shades etc. Jso. I>. Jones, i "What a sinister plaything! to give a Our Stock have 7, 19 P3. U. S. reserves the: right to
rugs, ,1 BEN: D. KEER.Chairciaa. I Only Pure Water to
all
.
: reject or accept any or proposals lilt
child! The sinister plaything h now Drink. No I by I J
in the city'e}\ lay oar Secretary. j jSee Stagnant Pools within or any part thereof. Information. SatreIoney "
added to the other revolutionary objects Two Miles of Oar Dairy. Special I furnished on application. Envelopes I II your j.t'
matting free.ryrlyII.L.m preserved the Hotel Camava- Prices to Hotels and r
Restaurants.
before you buy Fur containing proposals will be en.. lure at Marston 5' f.fl >
lot London
'IOI'the TI'khng.4 Pryor\ niture. Hi prices _L_'Chronicle._ __ I dorsed "Proposals" for Forage and Great Furniture l1r' rri

...,%'i1 t\" ,, ''',,,r.1I. LJ'oI