The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
July 17, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
30.433333 x -87.2


Pensacola is the seat of government for the westernmost city in the westernmost (Escambia) county of Florida. Since the colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was one of Florida’s four largest cities, with a population exceeding ten thousand. The Pensacola Daily News began publication in 1889. The editors pledged to "be Democratic, conservative but yet sufficiently aggressive to give weight to [the Daily News’] remarks." By March 1897, the Daily News had increased its circulation to 1,500. The Pensacola Journal, begun as a weekly, remained its main competitor. Among the bigger stories the Daily News covered was the 1891 dedication of the Confederate Monument in Lee Square and the outbreak of the Spanish-American War in 1898. Pensacola’s Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them Theodore Roosevelt. In the years that followed, Pensacola continued to expand. 1908 saw the completion of a new Spanish Renaissance City Hall. Around this time, the Daily News was followed by the Pensacola Evening News. The exact year of the transition is uncertain as the Pensacola Evening News continued the numbering of its predecessor. The earliest verified edition of the Pensacola Evening News dates from April 6, 1908. In 1910, when its population reached 23,000, Pensacola erected its first skyscraper--the ten-story American National Bank building, constructed the San Carlos Hotel, and raised a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had twenty-one miles of paved streets. The first modern hospital opened in 1915, and by 1924 the city’s fire department was entirely motorized. In that same year, the Pensacola Evening News merged its operations with the Pensacola Journal then under the leadership of John H. Perry. For the next six decades, the two papers continued to report the city’s news, the Journal in the morning and the News in the evening.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1889.
General Note:
Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Pensacola evening news


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RUSSIA"AND -JAPAN Complete Unofficial Returns of Escam. = ,, SUMMARY JUSTICE !: !I W i : .1-: ::

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Mallory 29 261929 60 33 1551 23J 306 271 2j2; 275 9 47 27 10 &}-l,39 j Special to The Daily News I i I I :

Both Powers Are Now Making Prep= COnlrf'ltHIl Beard. :. . .. 1212351i 337 I 2 1106 82 53 96 2 22 3 4- 491'j Clayton, bliss., July 17.-William ,i 1'. ;.

Lamar .21 13: 3 b 11 16 32 11 22 21 2* 111 112 S2 102 6 15 6 t> 21- K9 Ody, a uegro, was tied to the stake, : <,

arations. Ju-iK-e Myers Supreme.Court 10 7 4 12 1 16 3 8 32 7 1 132 KH i 117 125 2022 1 3t-: 662 I deluded with kerosene oil and burn- I f!

Mocker .. . . 13 1 12 4 115 7 64 4
.. Wall..2 :2S! to 12 29 h 13 IS 32 21 30 21S 1H1 l&) H'9: S 31 21 9 5l-lls5; infuriated citizens of this t :
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I Crawford..2J: 19! 19 12 19 51) 11 16 4S :25! 25 2Ji: 192! 1B7 Itf 7 S3 b 10 ;51-l.K5fi' : In the woods near here Ody had I If !!-
i:i>: News. I Stare Comptroller:
GenI I Croom . . .. .. 13 M: 10 11 2i 2'5: 7 19 iJ 22 29 It12:1: : 97 103 :52 4 9 r 52: 7H: > committed an assault upon Mis qf-
July li,.-Major LIGHTNING PLAYS I Kailroad McCall 13 12 10 5 3110 10 22 6 Ill ss 75 105 4 :21 12 6 noc.s Virginia Tucker, a prominent young 't\ 1 j ;
r Irofuacd'ho; was In1 Coiiiinissionrr: :
Tina : I| Browne ;5 6 4 14 1 2 2 ;-5 37 41 2)H 8 11 1 .r 7- 215 woman of this place Miss Tucker I II
li1h'J troops at I HAVOC IN NEW YORK ;1 Burr. .. . . 3 10 15 13 3 !o) 1 1 19 3 71 123 46 10 6 :3 21- 314 I I, had been brutally and roughly) miss t d itt ;
by the steamship I 11 )10 I 4 2'16 2S 19 36
:: 7 30' 174 151 136 Hi) 16 9 7 4- W3 fM 'I" ,
a In an Interview :, Ward .;327 11 10 2517 40 19: 3'J 2s 30 253 211 21):1: 22'5: 6 35 17 11 4> l,34fi: j treated by her assailant and had I ; '-
Russia withdrawal i Whitner 2 7 3 15 1 2 S 40 li
eau : 23 29 tI 1 5- 16S both
legs fractured in the
: to the'grcrment'1th Special to The Daily News: State Senate: I struggle. I 1
a according Blount . . .. ..27. 2S 11 13 1 42 17 21 41 2s S 2U 21s 192 227 9 31 21 12 60-1,265 Asa! result of her injuries and the t j.l I :" _
<< New York, July 16.-A violent stone Kepresentathe: I : '
,i r in the far east, aa of rain and hall accompanied !by peas) Clopton .' 39 21 15 25 51 36 15 46 30 30 177 171 117 1'1 9 46 16 12 42-lK5 nervous shock, her life is despairedof. i 1 f i I

: to fight to get Ru. lightning has put an end to the hotwave Coston. . . .. 12 9 7 16 21:0 S 6 7 1 172 125 130:\ 157) 22 *) 4 *\>- 737 I She was, however, able to iden !if, ; I If: :
. '. rritory. Although: here.Brooklyn. Fillingim 12 Is: 4 8 1 17 7 15 11 121: 76 !S4 103: 33 14 6 19- 549 p f'
vet made any move Loftin..2'! 25H 8 27 46 31 St.i 29 30 1W: 190 136 172 6 27 14 10 42-1,077 tify Ody after his capture, but inmu' : I if F H'I
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,1! suburbs were swept by the County Treasurer I I "
he had doubt diately sunk into a comatose condi f ,Ii ;
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:I hall, which shattered many windows Brawner..H 15 17 8 111.15 822-) 6 16 111 125.: 99 6 19 1 I 5 V- 567 I g
> tu when she found Trees were uprooted in the gale anJ Frater . .. .. ...21 31 15 20 12 ;53 3d 2,) 34 24 14 2.J5 175 1>5 220 1 3J 32 11 5-3-1,231 : tion from which it is impossible to t 11' T tl :
.." In earnest. In th' two houses Tax Collector:
it ",, .wers are strengths In the lower set on fire by lightning. Bellinger . . 16 27 16 12 :nI,} 32 !5 30 13 21) 123 127 73 113 I 5 31) 9 9 7- 7:% I arouse her. I I :,
of Manhattanthe
e. section
: .-"ns and makln/ D'Alemberte..I9 15 17 11 4 30. 14 13 21 13 10 211 173 16s:: 199 4 2b 21 7 65-I.j 2 Miss Tncker was driving in the I'' ):!
... s r 1\\ most severe effects were no1 Assessor.Richards. I I
.-r ,- H* ad! furthitn tic d. The steel frame work of tits 31 19 'd) 23 56 33 22 61 29 29 303 260 213 259 9 56 :25 12 69-1,054''!i outskirts of the city at dusk last +! I '

91 4 'fport that Japan Hanover bank's new 22-story building! County Coniiiiitjnioners: evening when Ody jumped from the II; d i
District 1 'I
, :. \\PM about to entii at Pine : I
julctly garrison and Nassau streets were Daniell . .. .. .. 13 II) 4 7 2 18 7 1 I 5 2 163 103 120 140' 1 23 17 1 19- IM)I brush and drew her attention by t !!I +
apparently charged with electricitySparks Roberts .:21:: 3-i 2S 15 27 47 34 21 43 25 30 171 1S2: 105 151 8 32 13 14 42-1,047 to in 'i It
pointing something f'
\nttt# imaginary i f
dancing with almost as grl',1brilliancy District 2: I :f .
: .D J.iln.t'r has report. as that given out by the arc Price. .. .. . .. .. 12 11 5 5 16 3 11 9 1 131 W j 100 156 3 21 7 113- 631 the roadway. As she leaned forward 1'J' l :'. .
'-we the Kwangti 1 lights. Welsh..2:! 25 26 11 29 40 23 20 42 13 2. 172 153 110 127 6272211: 12- 735 I :
I following them District I to see the object he grabbed her ; i .j ;?!
n' Lightning struck the flag pole on UK' : ; r. '
;. at.u roof of Tammany hall, Andrews..2t 9 7 7 3 14 1 I 13: 9 71 84 45 71 3 25: 5 1 3- 899Pursell : I i ankles, pulled her to the ground and j !
shattering tits V
June in tin 10 12 27 6 16 1 5 S7 42 7s i JI) 0 19\ 10 1 22I2f a .
e in staff assaulted her.
the loco: half-way down its length.As Shelby 15 3 27 35 2t) 3J:: 19 30 120: 116 75 93 6 11 15 10 3:3i61: i ; ( the splintered wood fell Into ]District 4:

,' a 'hiutre junk. Fourteenth street crowds made a rush Johnson . .. ... 10 19 17 3 l142231 3 30 IIS 127 92 8.. 15 IS 11 15- fi73Merritt BATTLE : )'
t tti: immediately for pieces to !bear off as souvenirs 2 3 6 20v 8 726 102.S 810 22 5 3 13- 172 SERVANTS' : i; j i i,

.. .:.- savt-d out of The bolt passed ot f without doln Walton 3 '-' 1\) 6 5 1 13 13 19 20' 1 1 112 I '
1 'I'* <, puked' upi further !! Whidden .12 7 2 1' :21 1 19 9 2 JI')) 55: 65: W 5 13 15 4 31- 4is: I '
ha i: which fore considerable injury, although there was. Yarbrough. 10 6 3 6 3 16 1 45 U 35 41 1 3 1- 214 AT SWELL DINNER i : !! 1'1;
excitement In the neigh District 5: I ,
.J"1 at borhood. Brewton .'3 23 15 721S33: 16 9 16 13:? 155' 136 160 3 26 25 I'l 20- 91S I j ; lr

The storm was general throughout t Rathwell..2) 5 13 7t 4S 7 3 37 22 14 64 52 40 56 6 :21! 8 1 35- 166Kxecutne Special to The Daily News t \: l: ; '
i f i a\>" trans the entire northern part of New Jer Committee: ,/ *
.. bn Newport, R. I July 17.-Trouble I
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.'. ,' .. spy. Lightning! struck the steeple ol! I Chairman i . ... .. 12 13 9 10t i i5 3 7 H 2 143 113 112 145 2'J: 15; 4 316H! I
.r' IJ'U'.! the Arlington Methodist 1"piscopachurch i Jones . . . .:23 21 22 S343 33 14 W; 26 30 165 1*>.J la 154 8261 5 i290 i 62 among the servants of the fashion .1.ii iic.ill! i
it *!a- .1. 'n
setting it on flee. The ate e Secretary: able householders this summer has : I',
r i "!'" r: t na-j pie stood out like a great flaming torch I Beers. 21 19 13 8 29 33: 3.3 10 31 11 30 159! 172; 112 140 6 27 10 9 5- t Mi; I -i ,
.' o ott,'r !person . . 1 15 3 12 19 12 116 I taken a serious turn. ; !
attracting crowds from all parts of tni Murphy 12 13 o b 101 113 139: 3 19 18 4 19: 092 f !1 I I Ii
'. &r Mik trom city _. -- -- I i Two servants in the famous man'a: '
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1 .W. : IJ! j'-c-'ns pers The firemen were unable to cop i I sion of Edward Iterwin on Bellevue !11 d .

with the fire so high In the air and the COMPTROLLER ASKSSTATEMENT PHYSICIAN TURNS LIGHTNING HITS .j rill"I i
avenue battled in the during
'- u'j''b i i "..tul at. steeple burned down 121)' fe.fl to the I pantry l i I ; ; I

vii ml i. it is I said, roof of tho church. The lose was I a dinner party and the second butler, 'I Jr

,': Jrttu! rose over estimated at $3.000.: I OF MOONSHINERSpecial HOTEL TYBEESpecial i John Congreve, was disfigured for 1 [ .' i iI i:

tnd. Htimic/ily; un Hailstones fell la Newark d9ln3 J I life and may: die. I !I ii
rormf'd"ari.!- .

".' .us in different broken considerable and several damages DOTSes WjjjfloV etam )were e-ded NATIONAL BANKS to The Daily News.Jackson. II to The Daily News: I He was assaulted; by Edward j .'.::

.:.g finally to th4I'mghslaa in the etretts II (!a. July Iti.-One' of the Savannah..., July 16.-Hotel Then Y :, Morris the butler's helper, who wa C i 3 : j:; .

A terrific storm visited the Mus I largest illicit distilleries, ever discov I was struck by lightning and svi r) immediately locked up in jail await- : I :
The News. i
taeen ('onetcoDg"alley, in New Special to Daily erect in Oporgia was recently raided b I
Jersey !]
.. Hallj'fell i on fire during a severe thunderstorir lug the result of Congreve's in* .' :
: where
a feteadily for 15 minutes and did Washington, July 17.-The comptroller revenue: ofioprs l in Jasper county '
-, therai I that swept over Tybea Island )'esterda juries i \: ;
about IS miles from this ;: tj
great damal1; Trees were entlreiystrll'l'll of the today issueda place. A I !:
arts that yours q I 4' gallon:: etill. which had \ '
\ of their foliage and a capacityof A ;
I young great effort was exerted supJ 1
'. 'and In solitary: fruit was blasted. It is thought tin call for the condition of the national 4ti gallons: of whisky per day, was The !bolt struck and splintered th< to I 't':

trti scooped out close of business flagstaff bending the fragments fl iiu pres;; the news. The commissioner 1 i '
peach crops were ruined. banks: at the captured together with 2,000 gallonsof > ; J h} i ij !
hate been guil!. :Mrs William Hoffman was killed! by July Ifith.ATTEND. b"cr. About J330 worth of property to the sands far below. Through tht of police is investigating local :.
I'rocity have l bee lightning at New destroyed the officers roof of the cupola ran the tongue 01 I
Village. ------- --- was by t officers who, it is alleged, were I : ,
al o,'da15. They I I The distillery was owned by DrJ. game that followed the bolt and SUJE Jf ;

I Windstorm Damage Was Great i JOINTMEETING ; T. Collins, wry 1 has arrested. DrCollins smoke' was... *of-"n' Is0iiln I theiefrom... I bribed to huh the matter up. A. ;,f' ; i!

aclcg among the SpoUan'ah+ : ;: ., July 16,-Ui:;patch. had been operating the still The cry of lire was; set up, and sootthe : I greater sensation n i promised. .J ii t !

-w. It has beg n I PS tion all hertiona of eastern Wash I for about a year and it is said thatthe guests of the hotel particular it! I -.- ,., t 11i

acre at one tim ineton and northern Idaho show that j I Ithf TO-NIGHT : immediate community had be, the ladies, were in a frenzy of exciten.tnt. 1 !:: f
i'hs tn one day. FIRST MEETING OF { f : 1
recent windstorm was the won't i-ome so demoralized that the good citl!. They rushed madly hen.and i f ;
11; tn
i n Szehuan since therewas no loss of life a number of i) Members of the Chamber of Com emus protests batencal One fainted dead aw!) NEW ADMINISTRATION l') I :;
I'.r.p 17 a country sa and oblivious to her
', bnildttgs'ere blown down, roofs up-1 merce and the Young Men's business The revenue officers say that the surroundings # i
":; and a Methodist! !lifted! and trees uprooted and twisted hiding of the still was one of the cleverest during tha time of the wildest excitement. : I
a ratltes be- League are reminded that a joint f :
o'f11It'h: : damage was wrought in th-; pieces of work that they hall. Special to The Daily News. ; It
orchards and grain t fields In the meeting of these bodies is called for ever bepn. It was situated about 4i* Handsome gowns and expensive Jewelry j; + 1 .

timbered regions railroads arc blockedby tonight at 7 o'clock, for the purpose yards from the public road in a very In the rooms above seemed tc IoudonJaly 17.-Premier Arthur I ; ;:

fallen trees. Campers on the deep ravine, and could not be see be the chief objects of the ownerssolicitude. Balfour presided in the foreign of* : I p:
MURDER of receiving and acting the ,
ATBALL upon report
shores of Mountain: lake passed a night from any point except from above.When While sorru of the ladle! flee this morning over the first cabi* j j ; i

of terror. The waves ran so high I of the joint quarantine investigating : the officers discovered the were gathering/ their precious belongIngs net meeting of the new adminhtra I i j.n j.

that they dared not seek refuge from committee. stilling \place r.o one was near but together and packing them foi il f

CAME the water on the fallen! trees around In order to consummate the they tracked Dr Collins! to his home, transportation to some safer spot tits !ton. t_. .I t

the camp.NORTH. ,. pur- about :!m yards away, and there they a burning hotel, other ladies were busily Mr. Chamberlain had recovered! J i Ii ( .
poe;; for which the committee was employed in carrying frightened i
-- found him and several gallons of warm
will for these i children and rushing with thEm to thf sulliciently from the injuries he rev j. !
created it be necessary whisky hidden in his bed room bj-
t yNews.. CAROLINA ceived in the recent cab accident to 'I ; I
nearby cottages Intent upon sating
tween the mattresses and feather be.I I,
bodies to formulate effective recommendations :
July! 16.-During o themselves and their little DurIng '
and the worm under the bed. ones. attend the meeting, though he still 1fai :
Arthur Dorrltt. urn to the Marine Hospital l all this tumult and excitement j 1
Dr. Collins had been
a practicing
DEMOCRATS : shows effects of his injurie*. t.
: fatally:! wounded WJ1iltrher. fire brigade of minute 1 \
.. Service, based upon the conclusionsand physician in the neighborhood for :23: m n. employ i
i The gama --- and guests of the hotel wera busy
recommendations of the committee years, and many expressed great sur il
'1 seen the Owensbofd Special to Tht Daily News.CharMti. prise when they learned that he had with hand extinguishers fighting the HANGED ON THE j! I

-. teams. In the last .. :N i i. IIPi1 as set forth in its report. been arrested for moonshinlng. flames in the cupola attic. They finally ,. i;
was at the bat and Every member, therefore, of these extinguished the fire and aftertime a < '
'o a ruling by Derrict. ocratio state rrnti.nt u. .ras iall"d 10 Suit To Recover 70,000 Acre. peace and quiet were restored in''! CITY SCALES 1 I
bodiei is directly interested in seeing If
', order at Ore>nbro :or ronn today I L\ i
\0:rlll had passed the Knoxville:! July 16.-A suit styled the hotel. i'
State Chairman! K. M Sirnn.or., whc
it that their action
to fully I
Whallen hit a fly represents Edward Mclvar et al. v.V.. T. Murray The structure is of wood, and it was -
spoke for about jl> nnr.'itos>s i and iiitroducp'l
rst hale, when. it I li.silled the concrete sentiment of et al. hag Jut been filed In Fen- strange that in the high wind that prevailed I
A M. Sears. of (;Greensboro l a' Special to The Daily News. i i I1
; his pistol and the members on this important sub tress Overton and Plckett counties;, the flames did not get a start wi'i
l in the back. Thi temporary chairman seeking to recover a tract of land embracing that the fire brigade would have been I Owensboro, Ky., July 17.-Josh I kl f ;
Walter Clark associate justice, will! ject, and there should be a full at -
.*' : and the crowd gath about 70.000 acres. It is stat,> unable to check. TenU blew down Anderson, who murdered his wife*' I !
b for chief of !
> earned Justice the supreme :
' : rent and there were e tendance at the meeting tonight. ad the defendants to U4! suit number and cottager had a fright during the was taken from the there :
I jail early
!' ,. htm-: : court opposition R1. After the business of the joint session about 700. The plaintiffs> slat, storm II t:1
will also J. Y Jojner. present incura I this rooming and that
hanged on
,.. c anhal swore In Mvaral is concluded the League will to be belts of John Mclvar, who yean t ; }
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bent, for
state superintendent public
1 ,*>a rvrrltt was lock d hold its regular monthly meetingfor ago secured from th state of Sort! For Over Sixty Years. i iMa8. I cross beam of the city ecalea.u !.
There associate
I' 'annelton Jail. He i la&rs instruction. are two July. Carolina a trait for 40,000 acres mora WISSLOW'S BOOTHISS HYBCP haa'' ; :
justiceships to be filled the candidates teen used
for over .Iuyyur. by millionsy
;.. o.d: There I la a strong N. H. C or less This bids fair to b. a hot! mothers for their children while leelhlni I Two Bottles Cured Him. H : itt l i f':1
being George
. '" c-t n-rritt. but the sher's DANCE FRIDAYAT contested cat, as the land la said tbs d with perfect meceii. It soothes the! child. f \
- '' Comer James A. Lockhart Charles I.Armfield. softens the IDmlallan l All paincare wind "I was troubled with kidney com 1 I
not fear any mob very valuable! la coal and orbs it remedy for IJlarrh@aI
C. A. Moore and P. D. Walk JflACNOLIA BLUFF minerals/nd also In oil. It ii stated will re/le ehthe poor little lutTerer 1m. plaint for about two years" writes A.H. :; j jj i 'I
er. For corporation commissionersthe mediately. Hold by Druggun Inererr part Davis of Mt. Sterling la. "but two : "
all the ,
beet oil Reds In the countlei of the world Twenty-Ore cents a Dotsl fl'
-o. candidates are E. O. Bedding-field, lamed Be tare you ilk for "M Wintlow'i Booth bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure effected> t ia 1 1I
it are located
virtue of Burnftt'i The Ivy Club will a dance at on this property. !
give tail take other kind.
T. W. Mason, J. S. Nichaur and J. M. ng Syrup no j I '
t -t':* runty. It is real Magnolia Bluff Friday evening,J DIy permanent cure" Sold by W. JL, i
\ ,, Fairley. This weather makes CONCERT AND DANCE AT D'AIemberte South Palafox
the street f.
aud nothing but ra- Train leaves the at 8:30 'f
The convention besides making tha 25. depot p. MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY : :
Always use /?urWATERMELONSAT- nominations, will ratify the nominations m Tickets 25 cents jl'tf gras grow. You can buy NIGHT. TRAINS AT S, 8:30 AND t I f"I'
Ball Hearing keen cut" Ii l
for superior court Judges and keen cutting Lawn Mowersand LAST TRAIN RETURNS ,
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.t adopt a platform. If Y Val t Furniture, goon Grass Shears from the I' 11:50. TICKETd 25 CENTS AT ting Lawn Mowers, at the : 'It

!LD ICE CO'S. Try the NEWS Waat Column, to PRYOR'S. Willis Hardware Go's. I' DEPOT. ... Willis Hardware Go's- i'I "
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Customs Officials at Key Weal ..lN
Verdict of Great Surprise Tc .
Jury a ."
Whole Court. Make Big Hauls. The treatment of Catarrh with antiseptic md ( <'-.)

fAN OCEAN TRIPS New York July 16.-An extraordlnary Y Key West Fla., July. 16.-The customs astringent washes, lotions, salves, medicated toKit( > v&i" ", \

scene was witnessed in the courtroom r officers have been making It hoi i j and cigarettes or any external or local arphcahon.,1 1

To NLW YORK BOSTON of Recorder Goff when the jury F. this week for the smugglers' which just as senseless as would be kindling a fire on t< p of 'tt 4 & ..

ASD ALL, I aeqlia.411"8.; Lizzie Madaus of killing haH resulted! in the capture of a large the pot to make it boil. True, these give temporary

EASTERN RESORTS her busbar, an engraver, with a po quantity of Spanish rum. The offt relief but the cavities and passages of the head and the -

I tato knife. The recorder had eharge-i dials had ben hearing street talk thata bronchial tubes soon fill up again with mucus.

the jury strongly for conviction and quantity of aguardlente was beins:; Taking cold is the first step towards Catarrh, for it 3

YiThe 1 1n y landed the beaches and thereforE checks and the acids
I few believed the defense could hope Q!? on perspiration poisonous and

4 COMPANY t : for anything btr.ter than disagree kept a strict lookout. vapors which should pass off through the skin are _P
OCEAN STGAM5HIP force thrown back the inner ;:' .r. rproducing
Monday night one of the night upon mucous membrane or skin, '
1..Wl'\1"1-:' :-ntlW'K'U\'lCt.; I ment. l>'-u the ;risoner. who I ",
the north beach hailed inflammation and excessive flow of "
of Ocean Breezes been stoical through .it the trial criedas When the young while patrolling mucus, .JIj

50 Hour Sailings each Weeh ,\I. the recorder finishtJ: hia charge.Mrs mother is allowed to ; a wagon with a load of barre'i much of which is absorbed into the blood, and through their,
J I MaJaug' five thi'dren! includlog get up for her first The drayman answered and laid he reaches every part of the system involving the Stomach, Kidnevv 4,

3 from Savannah. Ga. I her born infant in meal even thoughshe I had found a load of aguardiente on the i parts of the body. When the disease assumes the dry form ,'
prison were
r takes! it alone it
1+I. ........III'e ol UiU I'cipoUr: Une- ImomI the court in the nearby corridor. seems good to her to I beach and was going to take it to th< j becomes exceedingly foal, blinding headaches are frequtut the -
fee ,
car+LlPm.N..1."rII'.. house and asked the offici. hearing affected and a constant ringing in the ears. No reme u < ,
"I lU-.ikl-ilul; .j. m.11'1'is.vr i. r. .u i.rtef f When the jury returned and the take this one step nearer custom ,
in "'.,..finriiu'rout til Miuilirin routs I., a y! the family circle and if he would like to take a ride, which not reach the polluted: blood can cure Catarrh. S. S. S. expt'i< j
.h" rail jouinr'lo SJ .m.ab and w loou"'Jf f foreman announced the verdict, R* i .e
.J nt-A, witK-r loNrw '"rk. : she counts the days uni i the official accepted and ten barrelsof circulation all offensive matter, and when .. -,A

pen-a.r11. ".;;..;....0-;;... 10"/ ; ...,,,.. Lf corder Go.f said to the prisoner; til her strength will be liquor were landed at the blood is again coursing through the t> i .j;
Toa "The ancients had law hereby
".nla ere r.V a '
restored. But' '
.. ((Wfl*. WlkUlxr 1t.. I....ol.. Fla. f fully Next day two more seizures mucous membranes become healthy an t. :J
I n. *.,.I>..... TuklOENKHAIi ....1 r..r.l.. Ila.NJt.r In the case of a very outrageous crime very often strength does S) S) active, all the disagreeable, painful
"' N.+ /... ..._.1..1.I..ta...IU..Ill 1 i if I they would sometimes permit the not come as expected, were made, amounting to over lOG and sympti+ c-, "
pear a permanent, thorough cure >-
1 c)It"
) demijohns some of which were taken
and she languor
criminal live that he suffer lingers In
to might
II S. S. S. being a strictly vegetable blood purifier does not ikta: : :< ,
and weakness. At from a barroom storehouse as the of e
the shame of his crime which they
I but the and health
Stomach and digestion appetite general
rapidh '
such time there is need of invigorating ;
FRENCH SCHEUl'LE a an i flclal claimed it did not have the otfl e
I considered than
a severer punishment tonic, and the very best tonic under its tonic effect Write us about your case and get the U-si i
I '
clal from the house. -oJ
Following is the schedule of the i any they could inflict and somethinglike which a nursing mother can use is Dr.l'ierce's stamp advice free. Book ou blood and skin diseases sent on application t
The drayman who had the load ol'
this have been in this jury t
must Favorite It
steamer General French I Prescription. con THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. Gas
which THE NEWS prints for the I mind that they let you live and look tains no alcohol nor narcotics. It gives barrels on was given a hearing and -

benefit of the merchants' who !chip : upon the faces of your children, the real strength. placed under $200 bond for his appt'ar.\\ Sound kidneys are safeguards of I Rubber hose, all 81:;f" ,

their goods to the various army children whom you have made orphans "Favorite Prescription" is a reliablewoman's ance at the next term of the life. Make the kidneys healthy) with Qt

posts: I "The result of this verdict: most e.( medicine. It establishes regularity States court. Folly's Kidney Cure. Sold byV.. A. : the Willis Hardware t' .

Loo.Vt'8 IVnsacolaIx&Tbt ..._.., ... ._...... 7IMI a. m. : traordinary dries weakening drains, heals inflammation D'Alcmberte 121 South Palafox street.
it is.'f'n fare
in the
HarrancBS.. .. ... 7:5118. m. and ulceration and cures Ordered. -- II Tynyn.OlamFtop.theTickli g.
1"ratea Pickt-n .. ..-...-... hIIO: a. ill.LAavre I of your own testimony gives you rout female weakness. White Primary Is trd QUici.y! &JJ.II1Jzuwn..IIUL IIi nor"+,
I'.arruocat... ..._._ I-:15 a. m. I j Birmingham Ala.. July 16-The
Leavers Yrutaeola .. .......... ..lulaa.. m. II freedom but will fairy with you the:1 "I cannot praise Pr l'1 rce's Favorite Prescription I I I II 41 I You will have pride n> .
Arrives H..ranea 11:10 1m.. and then knowledge that you have munleroj too higHy a* a tonic for tired,wornoutwomen I Democratic executive committee of the flower 'R:
tort 5lcRte and then retarnt esjiecullv'tho e who are at1hl1..dIth ninth congressional district has I they art
make a trip to j ordered
I .
_." ,
r.arranca jour huMiand and orphaned jour chi tumale weakn< wnto Mr IraV Holmesof owngrollud.0111' mi band)
J..-."..'to Karrancas ... ... .. 1:15 p.m. urt-n. You nay go." Cedar Rajm- I'jwa "It ha helped me \ery !I a primary for August 25, which Tola: signature J* on every: bo: of the gt"DU- j a home, and he can do It
.. .. '.'3 I much and a -kilful physician aid to me in answer i laxative w
1 'rablels
in. BromoQiiinine
lcfk 1'ickrnt ; p. is to determine who the party's nominee he .
'I know though think .
1.-a"1 I'.n.a.-ol" .. 4.:ill ip. m. i I to ru\ yur-hnn a. to its rlhcacy ;I may w
a JAoa"'A I'lckms .. ...... 5:15 p. m. THIS THIEF WAS BOLD. of care whrrr it has na'.ly wc.rloedonders..' for congress from this district Uio nueJy that caret a void iu one day I fvt'rwomUI want- a h."

;; Ar.I" Karraiu-ns f>::$) p. al. and makes I The Common Sense Medical Adviser! shall be. The plan Is very much after 1 own:and if die/ will hiv II' W
trip On to WpdllP.da\laud.McKp and return. Saturdays the ior>8 large pages in paper covers, is sent I the order of that fashioned fox ,IIItWH KHY. I Thus. C. Watson & Co..
Calmly Box in
I Swip s Money Presence I
of one-cent to
boat wi-1!; leave 'iJarrancas via Pick of Half a Hundred People. free on receipt of 21 stamps Address the state primary last week. j The undersigned takes this method leading Real Estate A"i .
j : mailing OlI' : II
for J'en.ueola at 6:3U m. pay expense her services j can show her how eay ui .
jf as
ens p. I offering a
New li. Y.
Turk July! 1C.- \ sneak thief! R. V. Pierce, Uuffdlo N.
Tire General French is for army The Same Old Story. | ar=t-class: licensed midwife hav i one.
has man tied into the office of th.-
purposes only and any outsider mut J. A. Kelly! relates an experience | ing had 35 years experience.

have a pas from the quartermaster j Southern Pacific railway at 3t: 4 I'.roal Brown Escapes Gallows. I similar to that which has happened Jan give best of from !I Buy a new garden \.

t o take passage o i her. way thi.- Montgomery. Ala. July Itt.; -Thr! i;;, every city. \ from the Willis Hard 'r
halt a hundred! pt-rsccs there at the governor has commuted tin feenti'ii.-i ,i United States anti has been told and >I KS. M. G WDESIZ.:

tinif. he almly uianh l out asaia of Floyd I re-told by thousands! of others Id jltf 114 South De\'illiers t- t. Company.
from death to hfrirepiisonment.
STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE taking with him the cashier's money Floyd was convictHof says: 'Last summer I had an attackof -

boy containing $:3.mrti in checks and dysentery;: and purchased a bottle of
nnsriler: in Jrffuson county and ale; rhnmlx i Iain's Colic, Cholera and DR. M 0 F F ETT'S
Eetwren l'f'rH..I" 111)1lihoniSatlttuiN i rutand the caahicr thinks less! than pcal'-d his case. The children of Judiir': :' Diairhoea Remedy, which I used according -
Daily 1-\1": ountlaf. 1: $Ki" in ( hh. i
: Greene the trial judge became ill ; to directions and with entirely
As! a rule! the box is kept in the with scarlet satisfactory results. The trouble
"CITY OF TAMPA. fever and a delay wascaused was
k safe ot the oRe but the cashier had controlled much quicker than former
in his signing! the bill of e:; ]
r L, Milton I\illalll Lv }' n- coI8.1jI'pm ': taken it out and placed it on his desk There written attacks when I used other remedies."
ArPrnaacoia.\ ::iiiHm' A r :Miltou : :"aiput ceptionf. was a agreement of1 I
;: intending to return it to the sate in a Mr. Keply is a well-known citizen l
F'ar'a'Ie; Hound trip$1:"'. among counsel 1 and solicitor! I' ( TEETHING POWDERS
i I moment. He lett his compartment Henderson. N" C. For sale by all )
extend the
time but the i
supreme court I
| dealers.
-- --- and medicine
for a fhnrt timp. and when he druggists lL! rg !:J'kl.ns. Ark spoil.
,, ruled that this was not the law and I Re..J. W. Hrrryfof Arbaniiu MethodIM Corferenrt.wntei:) "[n' ,8.01 II' 01 li't cer-ifnrol 41'
AN ABANDONED PUSHCART. "back the box was gone and 1 no trace threw out the appeal!, because it had tvoFarkaiWiofTrFllIlM We wondi-r how we have rai"fl c.'. dn trill it It. Tb. th-r> a
: i .... .
of the thief Foley's Honey and Tar ".ari tent u. a parkas and it came at a miMi oppnnan lime;Oar lube la irnoui, .">' 11brrn
| could be
found. The .
t not been brought in the time prescribed in bail condition for dare,and nothing thai ae gar did an,K' ,"11 the ...01.1 d .u <>f rI'!: i.
The folic trrneHiit rifled Oat the checks) can. it is thought be readily! by law. Judge Greene '' cures colds prevents pneumonia I perfect been relief and he..hal. bad no urtbvr truuble. Uttt r niembrn of Uiti fumiiy have uwd it at J ,
Wrong Lau n Hi UK nt'r. a I'trfect move:
cashed! as many of them are for smail made a special plea for the hlm'er'l
A of raided the If want a nice to give'to
squad police pushcartmen and the you present hI0Il18k"IJH
amounts cashier has no record 'oyou'II'J i
oil I'.eavcr street the other day tion on this ground l, that the a friend go and look through the BOYS and GIRLS !J money' <> mono

and aiaid cxcitemeut < ed to whereby hhe can stop pajment. I I of the appeal to be considered wa! elegant line of suitable articles at'': to, you eau modify dou. .
great tuana : I, Ing our "Blueine.." *U per rent, commission on all.alrc. Au tndi>>penniril urhnuofhola -
round up a dozen In the short block between owing to no fault of the man con I J. I. Stephens, you surely can find war, t.tery lady is udiglutil 'IIb..ob..y ire It. One beet mnkr- i .
Annual Meet of Wheelmen. "let(d. something to please you. If you Write lodll\'. before jour territory JL ti.k
Newstreet mid P.roadway. Au Trenton. N. J., July 1C.-The annual I want anything in the Diamond Cine' goal title rNe, and a e will send by return mail: one dozen pnrkHgts of "Bluf "e.
:; Italian Ice cream \ender took f..lbtand U lien you have eold theta return u. Ur., rftalniDK the bKlancf. Uk.. a> ,cur < u
meeting of the ,\ oe sure to see him before you buy.
mf'ritanllpelm"n i-lon i>o tint Ueliiy, write at once.tddrrr.NGLIDJI.1ICAt'1t'ILl
left his and its contents to the Letters Patent Granted. |
began to.ay.! The meeting! will con : (; (1).lIft'l. ( 1H. Itml"l. I'lnln I'.
4 tender mercies or the scores of messenger Tallahasee. July 16.-Litters patent I
tinii until
Saturday There will he
and othVu IHI\S; that infest the have been granted for the Imorporation .

? ftelghburlKKid.; A crowd ptxill collected daily runs from I'hila.lelphia.! which of the Lake Hancock & Clermont ,, IF YOU ARE ROYAL mmnm\ { \

Around tbo d\\t'.,'rt,Hl ice cream wauon I will lie a feature of th" convention. Railroad company, with business otfi-1 LOOKINC FOR BARGAINS
The firht 1 1-tt that
city this morning
: i-
y; a flercp (1 >>latlL1I1 .\* it was shortly before I with about 12::. Martcrs. The pro ) ftock is $ 5f'III), but may be I... j 8 Years Old, in Casts cf 4 Full Quarts at S3.20 per castTHrS !

the time for the opcnim; tif' themarket I gramme for today follows: 12 nooii creased at any time to IU'O.W'0. The j jobject I -- -- --
For the next ten days I will sell1you
i opening of league meet,
ke. many brokers stopped to bet1 i headquarters of this company is to build a tb.
WHIKKKYidistilled: i at :\.I-II/1l'n.|
the fun.Presently. I I, at Oran.l f Atlantic hot.'l I ; registration system of railroads telegraphs and any article now in stock at a
I .. Ui-tlllery i and is fully tnatut ii, in wood
the luu: burly !-crgeautwllo ,f and issuing of 'r..t.'tials.l 3 p. m. telephones from a point on Lake Hancock i discount of 2:? per cent from the regular beforebottliuj;. it f is absolutely I pure anti not -i

was conducting: the raid al'l"-'l/l'('<1 on I i,. geed roads (coner.,;:. 6 p. m., eves Polk county, to Clermont. Lakes i price. Think of it-you willjavejijon celled i') quality by anyVhikey of the -aine

the scene ud drove the boys oft He I'' log session good roads 8SO::: p. m. '' county a distance! of CO miles with diamond ring or no matter where produced. The Royal Stan
a pin.
looked around fi.r the owiur of the racing at the Colimim. branch lines to such points as the is eight year old when bottled and, con-ut!

cart and Miijlcd; out n dark coirp'.csloned I board of directors designate Th.= 'i where at regular price it would coat its!' excellent! quality is i the cheapest whi-f;

4 may $liH). See ; you save 25 cents on the market at that price. As a beverage .
' t man III the ('row,1'lll'l1Ig a I' President Has Quiet Day. incorporators are W. J. Carter George ,
Il anab-olutely pure -tiniulaut, there !" none t I'
k 1 vhitc slouch hat. Oyster Bay. X. Y.. July 1C -To.l3.vwas Weeks and E. P. Bennett.Foley's every dollar's worth you buy. Now Shipped in cases containing no mark what- : .

; "('Olllt. here, yuli" be ordered grt;file, i the first really quiet time the is tLe time to buy your diamonds or indicate content If purclia-er. upon exu

"and pet this! bunch (,wheels;; down to president Las had at Sagamore Hill Kidney Cure purifies the i I watch or any other article in stock the whiskey I U not satufled with tile qti.i .

.11 I the station lumso, and be quick abou since his vacation began. :N'o bus blood by straining out impurities and ; very cheap. Call and examine | can return the same' at our expense and twill

It too!" tones up the whole system. Cures be refunded.All .
a mess
except Mime routine mu I goods. Reulemberthis oiler 13 for
t I t The man dM: not move tern from \ ; kidney and bladder troubles. Sold by orders should be accompanied rcurrency. >>
"11')"* bear what I !'ay't. bawled out to liy the president! attend" I W A. D'Aletuberte, 121 South Pala- only ten days. No trouble to snow TtcarttAufnLD I po"toH'ce' nvtieyorder, bank drnrra9 -,f' 'i
I He passed most fox hire J. I. KTEl'HKX.
( Nt'
good ord r.Ve refer to First
rrllltjt the "Cot this moify
policeman. I
angry I wagx.ncut of the day in recreation with Mr.5
112 South Palafox street Bank merchant in 1'eiinacola.
I o' here!" I I : or any
ihil.lnnR. .
,t ; i i "You're not addrefslni'::; rim are you?" I I"I 11. Wrcnn. the ; Chattanooga Lu-rber Arsaeiatcn.Chattai.ooea. ; .

Ii : 1fmandcd ti.e d.irk couiplexioned! clan tennis champirn July 1C.-The Chatt'i- The finest lite of umbrellas in the y S. A. FRIEDMAN
and former
e member of
Troop A. of
I Indignant i I tlOOj1a; Lumber association was organ city is at J. I. jeteplien". Oo look
: the Hough ]Riders and Owen'Ifter.. iZl'tl last P u
night with President A. J at them.
The\ ""I'll't: then took another look
j of PhllaJelphia.! the author will spent I'KtlHKIF.TUK. 1'KXhACOLA. Fl 4I'
r Gahapan; Kist vice president J. T Sol K
; ;> (' ''i end it d.u\M.-d tui.iii him that be had

: 'I! I made :i :'n-i.ikiVby '. tonight and tomorrow with the presi-- ;1 Lurford.: second vice president W. PI Curs
+ tl dent. Clair! Foley'S Kianey T1:1.F;l'IIO\1 Ian.uar rgjSF .
0 IJOX 11"
z ; : \ '- er doff you O-AD this ;I treasurer J. H. Keyscr.; sec
i nukes kiiaeys and tliikr: ttbt!
,,11 i! I .nrtr' Le Lmubly a"I4'<1.Ii I retal )'. F. W. Aril ; directors, Frtti
Robbers Surrounded ; I '
I aa.
: Imminent.
\\ There \\. a ruar of laughter from ; Fight Brenner J \\'. Thompson A. Ii -- aArnN.tMAa I .\ handle every class; of Liquor- -, '
Saguche. Colo., July 1C.-The ,
{.f f HIP trm',1. Tne man in the white hat 'I who robbed the H.nver mn lIu llcs, ::t A. Williams, H. n. P.arto I If you wish the very best bulK or battle wholesale or retail, at pri- .1
and Rio 1
f'i' 1 I. 1If'1: awn> foll'iwed! by a half dozen I Grande; at Mills switch on Marsha!) The olij.-ct of the association Is the ad I II ice cream freezer at the very are way down.

,. .1 I roii.iinni.in4.. win t.HiU doliulit;; in jab 1,ass. have been located between vanceruent of the mutual interests ofthe { i lowest price the Willis AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER
t ,
1 r. : Mug Lim in the ribs. Their lan;:Ltcr { leading lumber concerns of this i\

. if II r wan h. .trd Ij' the "rattlwl" s-cr;;eant Middle creek and Sheep creek; city. i Hardware Co. can please' -

I li ( ,:r.1II tic -1'1"111'.1 I through the tntrntnv In Sagurhe (county not over I II

b k .\ I' to i Inei bang 130 miles from the scene of the holdup I Price of Booze Goes Up. j i &of WICKE & CO.

i < The dark niex'oned| : man has one II I Three posses have them practically Peoria 111.. July! 1C.-The price ot'' '

t I of the IHM kn ,\, n inemU-rs nf the surrounded arid it is believed that :a whisky advanced 1 cent this morning : We will launder your spreads fOJ'l5
= make look'like '
each and them
r I.I I I': : Flock Ix'han!;.'. whose bobby is Southrn f battle will be fought today. i I on the Peoria board of trade. This eats uw Htar Laundry. Plumber Gas and Steam fitter

I., ., rat-ihc. lie could buy 1.(OOI1M --- !, brings tp p present price up to $1 :Hi ,

I 1 I j ;'. piiHh''nrts !if they were selling for $5piece. To -bola It. per: gallon aa a basis for finished \Water coolers that do not

t' I -New: \'?rk Timrs.i't Ilin: ;'o lin: o-.I'm going to bring my I goods. waste ice at the Willis No. a South Palafox Street.
r I wlf-> round to call on tom bt. '
you O MatpriaU JA > "n Ii'i"
- : : I All Kinds o* Plumbing and > l"ittt.(8 : ;;
Wintcrby -That's right but do me a I Hardware Co.'s. .
h.f f j ,fI ; No False Claims. ....II..f"I" t. n. It I
I!. : s ; 4itir ..r car 1V| riiraim."I'itl I I fiv( r, oM: "i-iiMi.) Ikiti't let !her weari ,

I' t .j ;1:1.Ht: for inhabitant cscnpewltli I. Lr new dl'l'I'I don't want my The proprietors of Foley's Hni;> v' WEEKLY r CIIJIl' L' -

wife to it and Tar do not advertise this a" a ;\ If
I 11 his! lii"- 1J.jllit,1| the man who roc just! now. .eArV f
; .I. i STEAM DIVISION e:1't'
"I j want I-M !"+time: ih't.-.iN. j I'.lnpo( (;:riln--: Why. tl.1t's'hat we "sure cure for consumption.. Th' y FOR II .J,. Id .J}.. "
: do not claim it will cure this dread (
I't t "1 di.b't !-!rip| to jiMvrtain answered are coniiiisfcr.Kvinrmbrr_ ,'FyytCULAILEfIkCTIItaltni
R 1 complaint in advanced cases, but do
I AVERY t V:' '1.1',11\
.111 1.1
K -
II.* mail w tin i< hnrr >winjly exact "It the I..n..f' positively assert that\ it will cure in UAII.WAY COMPANY

1 J tlIU ..trucktine tliMt if anybody j'scajnduiiboit : "He says his, proudest boast is that the earlier stages and never fails to TrAin leave fen-acola for tte LIU IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

I tlJ his life! there wasn't niiu-h u-eJii : Le never forgets a kindness.;; give comfort and relief in HIP wart Ha.oo, Cllr I'.ayouVarricgtoo.j 1 at

ifi l' !4! liia rsfiiiuiig anyhow,"-Washington : "That's rkht lie never does forgot cases. Foley's) Honey and Thr: is and Fort Harmucaa at

t t.1! I:tar. one that he does you and he vroa't let without doubt the greatest throat and rt'W a.m.arrive at Korl Harrancai T:18 tinnj HARDWARE.
lung, remedy. Refuse Btibstitiit.1-! : a.m.arrive at Fort Karrancai 10.
1\: I"t: : It<>< p.m.arrive at Fort Barrttnoai lufip w
tort liurrnncas
Y : Press sao p. m. arrive at 1:16 P c
t I I I:; Trisl 1 it'-riU'n. love' said ---- Palafos street.Pecket *:15n.ui. arrive i\t Fort Karraacai 7ln: Ir"n.all.-. AXf'iI.r't.11 1 IS.iw fill! and,'f'mlh"a\:

!i(1.( : .., yoiiDg 11,. <]5tll.isu timidly, 1 1 .bnelv I I I #I()() mW.\IW.\lOn.; -. -- ---.- '''Trains.'JI p m arriTrat e","e Fort fort B Barraacai rraac itor 8:1 Yeas: 5p.t: I! Snppli--. I'iKirii'if! and 'i': dtici: ..'ti't -. ". 1I1t. Oil-
1 i-' oI Ft l.'iii 'I'.r''kl'
Window (il.itU'iti- tlll :
:>t try hiNtrt. cutlrru and scissors oola at '
The reader of this paper \\ ill b*>
f f "I'ci Mirry I .':n't lii'ip! )011. !Ir. Cnllazier" (. pleased to IelfIthat tlvi-j ii' at !ea-t from the finest to the ??:,'' m. ftrrlv- at Pate'cola' .... NI. a, til.utp Ante anil Tin waic JIHU llouvolu'-nisliini; ji J-.o- ; ..
r n'l'Mpil! the maiden not tin- I ) m. arriVe at fensnccla._. Jl.: r.n

: ; 'i' ': Lindl;' 'I Ii.t'cu't t-ninU it."- Ii fruit one dreaJeil iliseathat science cheapest, at the Willis :\f' p. m. arrive at Yrr.acola5.w I'eniHcoU__. 2.451i .. >. (>;1 AGENT: ; FOR KIUMINOHAM: POLLING !I ILL (;011'.J:
'! bier p m arr:>e at p L I
.. ,1 r.ivt- .. a* been able to cur MI all itta;:c- Hardware Co Tan p. m.arrtceat Pensa'.oia .___ !.tip. HHf'rp Ohint Htitcl.fd I>ltin({, N-jrtharrt ton ]>:I" I'WI

.. '' --- 'nod that catarrh.. Hall's Catarrh '4M p. m. arrive at f easicol*.._._. 6 a B r ; cel'| '"., L' ftin & Iand "'lJwd"r Co.. John-.on'B Komi.e <

!1 I Mrtuil snn>rl.<>. Cure i is the only pnvtivi'" cure now --- -- 's"turdaYlonl I Iron lily and Hucl !-it'\"f' aid Range, V. i.
jl sc; Wlii-i I Knowji to the fraternity I I I (', & (0.'.. Haw HlJe J.ectLeather.. MaurMade .
; tniirru'd:: you. I bad no fAlJJ: ,.!l A 'L I'entasola to Fort l-.arrapcas&ud retort I' ups
j Catarrh b.ina con->tmiti. di
J ... Railroad Cvioli
Idea that j,m wouldtay away (rum ha Qacola: to S"try Yard and return iircniasola
*'\*t', reglltre.1 roii.tiruti .. + Lotiu* MI tout; hlIiYII. nnsonIC'j'eIIIIIIN S Pen arult: ; I 11)c; ,.
|Tient. H.Ul'sCatarrh Cure is taken sclDAY 'CDIIIt'. )
r :;;t : i.l ni-itlitr! hatl.1.-Life. internally, nctin directly I.'IHblood !' I' -
i ;a -- ? upon Wnen weather permlta the running Ii'
J and! inucousurface* of tl.eysteiii. open coaches. '

.t 1 j i i'! A. R. Bass of Morgantown, Ind., haj then-by d -.tro\ injrthe faun Lay PeDu eola L. Fort Btrracpa I -. + W. B. WRIGHT>> COfflPflKYHANL'rACICKEKS
a a. m. loam. I
hti.t the disease
{ : to get up ten or twelve time In the and giving t'.r For Infants and Children 11 a. m. II m I II I \
I i patienttrench by building! up tn'- p. m. r p.m I I'p.rn \,is ,
eight and had severe backache and roii-tituti..r. ami a-"irtinp! nature in The Kind You Have ip.m { AN DKAl.tK'
..I h I. Always hough Ip.ra \ l'
i j 'it I ; pan In the kidneys. Was cured by j.'itiC itwurk.. Tinpr"| rktnrr < p. m pm. _. '
towed faith in it-curative
naveu .
caedrs Jp.m Sp.mep.m -.Jiit: LUMBER LATHS
rf .11 \ foley's KUlnry Cure. Sold by W AITAlemberte. power-, that they ,-One Hundred me / ;/ t r.m ,

y I : Hollar; for any case that it fail. t>> ';: Mturtt of g 4( TAB rOB IC5DAT
J : 1.1::: South Palafox street. (
.; 'ure. Semi for li-t of tetiin' niaUAddress. niacolato Barraccfci airy / d :;,:
r lard and mnrn........._____ t:. iJ 1t
F. J.l'JUSECI.: ..
;: .J' t ti P !iicola to Falsetto lieaab aid J i clLl J
T..I..d'.O. r..I1r1I._______ laNotrelghtreceived I. e
I Know
11.\11I_ r..mlllaf' >on hern Mood On.'nrelternedy'clan _. J PEN ?ACOI.A. FLA.
it: 'old by Driuvi-t*. T5c.; .. alter II:161:. K. I j
t ot as .ijt
t, a I : tit IB I'j u)43 aj l?:a1.ue4tTl4Dcuret\ 'xwb > t ;e wane I

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THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1902.


; I Mnnhroomi Easily bro..... -

ROSES FROM ASHES I II Any one may raise mushrooms In his DR. KING'S f i i. ,
cellar or even in his attic with very satisfactory .1

I I results. TRY NEW DISCOVERY, I t 'I: :

[ /j7 t l lie should! have a bed which may I
Brewed Hops. ) FOR THAT COLD.
Beers. .
,t..lng of all Bottled Miliaitl Prefccctt after a year's consist of a shallow box and this I If, i

SOLD EVERYWHERE. happy marriage lost his wife he fell should! fii:. d with a dark, rir+j loam' TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. II !

into a mwbiJ condition which grow : : to the depth of. sly eight; inches. It' ConsumptioDCough3, : !: ; :

him he to it. lIe hll.llt'! in a dark place :\nlll1 damp [
- upon as gave way Colds Bronchitis Asthma i;
.yetfc. I
'n il i i.s beneficial but if IwI ;
had the cremated and the ashes
r, : .1\111; I s tU
F evcrPleu.
an attic the room may be kept dark by PlleumoniaHay :
'..i- ID l1f'pu>'t I'l.iceil in an urn. One of the rooms ia tfH
'alop of a "1u1.. Plant hl'I'ul.tait: :" and the earth damp by risy LaGrippe Hoarseness I f
n. < .'i-li mum!:. his; liou'e b. titled up\ as a memorial ; :
The \'alueof a single plant is well Illustrated frequent watering. AJI average! temperature Sore Throat and !
(1rctng, thus clumber decorated its walls with pictures I Ishoulll.e Croup
of from CO to 70 degrees:
': -.i..iild:, : be (../11- by the Concord grape. I! of Lis lost wife at different ages lI1aintlIlt'Imo all sl't.> Whooping Cough. ;: ;
count may seem an extravagant: statement tosay t1S-1 s
.1 I ni tin s" from LIIItJI.iJft1 to \\ouiaubuoil !loadeditb
the original Concord vine men sell the spawn bricks! and "" NO CURE. NO PAY. .! : !
\ |1,1 in case of tallies with things; she used to hate I Ito
: the bed is prepared the spawn should Price 50c. and FREE. t
worth $VMMI.lloU. In $1. TRIAL BOTTLES ;
death. one year in a single i i
: lUiient or ; alwut her and ou the mantel which .
\ district the value : \ broken into fine surface particlesand ,
.. : of tie product ofConcord
w-ll pile -- -- -- --
\ Ul l'lI1l.h..t the
; \( an altar di'jioMted mortuary !
'i just covered with the earth..otwtthstandiu t
ill's! is followed.!: grape tineyards rmounted to urn. ,

s....s sty' ineoine 2.0"O.OUO.) That onc'inl' was the faun Mrs. Jane Pitman an aunt of Mil-( : ; the popular: belief The Beer ; 3 ;t
mushrooms do not come u in a night
[ :
lotion of au InU'rest that represents! '
|.ii.-ttf: pod j lard hearing of his sad condition \
but they doin four i>r five nights and
; .
\\ -in.11 the dew more titan $uo.uuO.OuO. J made him a visit: with the intention of I 1D&NNI
I GracelUIome 1 1A when once up\ their growth is very
l. would: I.ewll Supposing till original; Ben Davis i I bringing: :; him back to a healthy\ mental rapid.] Exchange.: That Made: .. ,
apple, had 1I destroyed lot fore it had I IIKWII
state She took! with! her lJu-e Thorn
Desire lor I
a Perfect it
Figure Inseparable I Itronr

- : propagated sum to, what represent would its be a loss reasonable ? ton.wits a in H'rit.lllld.iltl Uosc ni'ithtr! reverence uf nature.nor There fear.She The scent of a tore the cl violet tie Beautiful.or rose is aj I j ; an All eneauijuni-nt the: Crue.Purim the national I & I s! n rAM OQVICTORIA U '

Nasal Thousands of people have made !large'sums ,
fYs ; way pretty and pi.uant! | and with. precious; as the! lovely! flowers \\host I| guard of Pennsylvania! at Mount
A ; growing the Ben Dabs i whc al absolutely( ittnvcviit. Ou the breath they are, and while! the lives ol II| I \ .

CftTARRH pq, BAIIo would have made but little had they ,, of Ltr arrival Millard on returning I fioaersare brief and we can only injoj j Crc-tna: several years aso a party of officers IIS :

not had this! variety. : from baseness, entered the chatnher them for a day, the beautiful onian giv cs j \\ l'l.t out fur a i'troau.I.\! hapIxuing '

MArFI'tiR' "yr' There are single lurries; that blth'y of death. as was his custom and i! the pleasure of her fragrance to us as a \, to past: a farmhouse near the I
l ermanent blessing. The soft fragrauct'of : encampuu'tu' ;grounds:, one of them suggested '
lr ''I'1 been lost! would hr.o: l.eld IJltkl1UI.h'l : fi'inid there little Jose I t'\aiiiuiinjj, its ; 1
a beautiful woman suggests purity, I slopping! ; In for a glass: :; of mill
Is of fanners from tftniort'"its
contents as if she wire "duiii/ imistiiiu. health and elegance; she is the refinement Ou going ill"i,1th yard they were I i MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. I II
their homes. Take the
:; on df civilization '
; an index always of good I met bj the farmer's daughter, whobrought I : i
4 thS .t.:. Kansas raspberry the llirly Harvest i I IMr. "Oil. :Mr. I'resiott. she eiclaimt-d taste and an unerring badge of gentility, i forth a can buttermilk: and : IM:>T 10-CKNT UOTTI.E IIKKK: if

Ul.erry, illrIJ.thltl., (;aIlJro.- 'Oa'e Mr. Prescott aivn't yuu7forgive IN TOWX.DA.NNHEISSER. t
and other strawberries and estimate some tumbU rs.i.vii I. ;: i j
thnoit-. e. sp'emll.v cia tin- for viittriu your UMUMluiiii. > BRADFIELD'oS :i' "This is the only kind of milk we .

". :.., the money these pants have put 1 It's just too lovely for any tiling.Your h.'Vt' ." BROS. l

I i. > ... :- into 'lapinLots of gruwcrs. ds' (1111)11 is Leautitul. How I AGENTS FOR THE '
regulating the lunar in :
.. i periods woman \ttt r ('a..hOt the party had taken a
: ". .tV. And then but for the art of /graftingin : n'any imriRiits! One, two three four." permits of co wrinkK! s. pale checks of, drink one of them remarked: : .
I I. f
Harper f
: : its iii.iny forms there never wouldhave She counted eleven. "One nionwould tortured nerves and sh mpeie-s figures. It isl'ature' j .. teley.Main .
I' ly that's fine! Cant
c .':. .Ue. '. .:: York.ILU you "
1,1"1Iut' one Concoid grapevineand make it an even (!UZI'II.u..! the urn! :; rnre ly. 1 he drug zt, may oft i let us have some more?" Hou;;e-401 S. Palafox street. t

!but one Ben I'a\'is apple tree, and': I lid011 evtree such a d.n.-kt, slender something else and call it "just as g. .id" i
The lass R R. Exchanire-Opp. Union Depot. !
"'"''''' I I but the menstrual will not be li replied: ,
the Fame with all the popular varieties organs >
I fciii'ioMit's for flower P. O. Box 2M. Pensaoola
bh.ij'eV ; Fla. ,
: ceived, and Pcnnantut injury result. "Oh > ts; t.l1.eall you want. We feed i
I o( fruits whether growing on tries, Millard! 1"lIhllllt the girl in wondir.Vas ( may Phones 116-263.
, i Try our Regulator. Of all druggists. it tn the pigs auywal'bi1addI'hiaTlwt's. I Is
Have shrubs, canes or \ tees I ITile | \ this an iiitentinnal I profanation? Our treatise: on 11'oman"ntlied: free .
'' -- ---- -----
{ originator; of a really: meritorious'fruit .I... met his! gaze:; with a pair of blueejc THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. ATLAhTAGA I !

, is a benefactor to his race.-Practical MI 'Uilele.-s that he was Mire the The Best Liniment For Strains: I .. .' .-_.....---"J I !
fruit Grow ,'1'. !!I -- JJI ri
: did lint rttlizhuw inappropriate washer room ana was looking: up at him with a Mr. F. H. Wells tha merchant at i \ rt \

;; Rheumatism 1 i, chatter. I'III'tlll'rmofl', in that up- I pained expression. Deer Park, Long Island, N. Y., says: i tf

I'r.r.* In .\1;rl,11 110 r. 'I i, turned face there was a look of heartfelt "One would think I had broken your "I always recommend: Chamberlain'sPain =. i .I t i

I There is a great deal of noise made sympathy. heart" she said ruefully. Balm as the best liniment for ; /1\, .

, I.t! greet testedenlorsvl aa'IV : and !it Is Justified by the facts about i j i i i In fastwhere the mind is inflicting I lIe blood; looking; at the roses springing strains. I used it last winter for a jll, ;i' \\ t '

URIGSOLf alifornia our \\ondcrful progress in manufactures -j,, Its own torture the load! is often lifted from the urn which had contained severe lameness in the side resulting II f'-\1
; I
-Dl..IJ cure t
:e>. Liver Kidney mil In fact the civilized world is.I 1'I Instantaneously. It was as Millard: I, a handful of cold ashes. lie was soothed ; from a strain and was greatlypleased :1II --- il I
with the quick relief; and
t.uw .
;. their and his
by perfume heart "
tt ;tr Im.i end build up was it effected. For sale by all drug = iI : :
tt bile it. are invading countries fro f'.J which we sumo one had suddenly struck a light. .- .
f. i warmed by their glowing hues. From gists and medicine dealers. r:::;
I'I ,
,| wonderful wr took tirst lessons and surpassing' '' ; i
( our : ; Unbending; he led the girl about the = 1 fI
them he turned his his favorite
For gale eyes upon :
t itT.r Irutulst ran not them in the Duality of products and iit'i j i room telling her something of each of |I picture of the dead. The face _I. 'f' ..? i)

t "'.-.ii pnpuil upoa economy of manufacture, even with i j i'i his treasures, then went with her to i| which had always looked sadly at him = .,J I '

I Ai-r -> higher priced labor. In agriculture': I, the library, where before an inviting i I now wore a smile and these are the # ,'t.". .'"',_'..- -,.-....-.,.., r 1 1I ,; .,

' .. fc-j, :a\\ CO.. Los AngelesCal. \ \ there Las U-en as much progress; but''1: fire he enjoyed restful talk. words he fancied ho heard spoken: :- I' '\.-

f much less has been said about it. Some i i i The next afternoon when Millard I "1 am not dust. I am an immortal This signature! in on every box of the gcnnine! .,,' ., t. Jfii' .,: ',.' : ;.

' the.i: I Co., Atlanta, Ga. (, years ago l'Ol'n'llI'ilt., oats cotton and returned to his hume and entered his spirit. The roses nre a fitter emblem. Laxative Bromo.Quinine Tablets \-," -- ........-----,--. a !

tt .q! SgentJ. ('otatoes constituted about LAy per cent mausoleum his mind instead of being : I have scjit this innocent life to take the remedy that cure a cold In one dar.C.A.BTon.r.A. I v :

tt of our farm I'fl'lluds.ow., with the occupied! with his grief:; reverted to the | away jour burden."

\ \%"v %' "'1'1 exception of u few silpertropical products ::, bewitching; girl whom he had found lie turned to the girl and for the first i ;; Everything i

we! are producing; all tIe products '' there the day In-fore. Cutting short his time the : .
she suffered!
saw pain that
. :.:- :;'.:. --......... ....... of all the nations of the eaith and i j I stay, he went into the library and: not III trying to do} a kindness she had [' gean the iii k1 Yam Ha.i J us. B r.tJagnit1lnl ; '

.BLlGITY FOR are shipping! large; niantities over j finding her sent a servant up stairs to caused him to suffer.! As he would : J1 Is so Handy & ,
,Very sea. As an example! of agricultural ,, ask If she would like to play a game:; i 1 have pressed the roses to Lis lips thai 9t ., '

THE PEOPLE. progress; we can imution the fact of pingp:; ;.; before dinner. UOM came | more readily to inhale their [ ( When using a Gas Hinge
that we can l I'\- our advanced methods down two steps at a time.Chy 'rfume'l
; 'he bent down and kissed! the sorrow- I that the kitchen work is lightened .
grow rice at less cost than any other! "\ Mr. I'reseott: she exclaimed. ; ful face. : is thewell' i iI

15 i w .sis 1 ou .1 Cent, country and pay eight times as much "I sui'i'O.'l> you always spent this:: OCTAVIAJJI'AIIKMAN. I The Happy Home i :soups and sauces are made quickly. 'I j tl

.. \ herd is head for labor In bread l, grains, fruits and hour In the chamber of grief. I've beenin Too Soon For Her. I | You can: always have just the fire ;

I I' \ r\\h! live fctix-k of every kind we now lead there a great deal tod.iy. It is so i Apropos of those who never enjoy furnished home. Marston you need for any bit of cooking, and t ;

. ,';;-.-__ __ .;:: ----o:::. every other country. :So; true is this ,;;i peaceful.' !i the luxury of a carriage save when the g Quina can supply you t; you can get everything ready at jUt '
: ''I I death of some one makes for a free
1.1 J ) that an embargo:; on American products With this lively bit of humanity before the time and in
'I" ) SVj IU half ride to the cemetery the Kev. John with all needed in the way right just the right
would inaugurate: a famino over him it suddenly occurred to Millard '
i Watson Ian Maclaren told of little i! way and the expenses for gas as fuel
( ) a of house furnishings at the
: the ('arth.lIol.fl't we have not reached that the room was very gloomy.
M .. ,. .. :..>.1-. j girl standing at Fifth lI\'l'nUellntI Thir1tieth : is surprisingly low
; : one-half the capacity of our soil.- "Shall we have a game? he asked. i lowest prices cash or credit. "
.. ..
:. : : New :She:; was a I II
\ t.. \. t ,,:..; 1'arm and Uanch. "Pingpong; ? Certainly. I love ping! i !street.: Yojk. rag ,
I'I" -- ---- -- ----- ;
_; ,, pong." | god little thing and she was watching; [ i Peosaeola Gas Co -

.1 i i"a I "Pntlicr of \rlior Day." Half an hour later :Mrs. Pitman came I. the'- carriages- rolling- past with the ,,
M I \ I tt..C.n rr-al tle I most wistful blue j jVel. ji 16,000 fr+.
et. l'S.
uut"t In and heard the ping : of the littleball ? !
10111'1 J. tel'lnIorton.! : : secretary of agriculture I pong No. 3 S. Palafox St., Pensacola fit
Awarded at TarLt
'HI lie Kf. ) and i \ little one he said, "would i i ;
.01 hi F7h.r 1 during; President Cleveland'ssecond beating; on the dining table .
[ you like to own one of those carriages 1"I> ,
:3ml m I administration, whoso death again the racquets, accompanied by u
II The blueves turned and there >
-I was aimnime.l on April 27. has left to' bursts of laulth'r.11f'1I her nephewsaw up : CHOICEST ;
; r j n wl nionc>T were tears In their earners I :
her it suddenly occurred to him I
the! farmer 1few innovations which ,,,
t amount you Rant I auiNALAROCHEWINE
.. I I i "I in xer rode ii a Lerridge! she OF
.1 I I..t rntN4 I will perpetually remain as monuments' that h" had rliaiipil.1'or '
proved city rial said: softly. "Me little rudder died I 1 '
several little I F"I'It.r
::'i i rtoutli i'a'.a-: to his iimiior. says au exchange lie days was i
In-tf_ 'I was Known as the "Pather of Artier'day the widower by the other members of fore I WHS borne"Can't CORDIAL f FRUIIS INDCONFECTIONERY[ Y i

'," si day when trees are planttd in the family. Ashamed of hating; been i
!1"' ''IUt''tIO: \ \' I Highest recommendations for cure of Poorness
S ourprr.p.rtypro. l j ail (tuitions f-f the United States nut led away from his grief by a diit of a cl Blood, SlomKh troubles inJ General Oe -AT- I ft

'. .' or ,..1\ rtals- ,, only! I,} iiurh-ulturists, but also largely girl he had! rl.IIIIIhis former hab- Eat bili' Increases the tppettie, atren, hens !
i d.-cnptton. hire 1 the nersea.od bunds up the entire sratem. ;
its but his attempt to concentrate his C. APOSTLE'S !
axe. attended to. : pait'cipattd in by school children Sec- : t !
i'. .Vat-on Co. i 1'Iurh'n also -lle\ed that '' mind on the past was interfered withy 22 rap UruuotPARIS ,
I.-ta AVIij: The stomach i* weak, the i, ,
t'.t.'e 8y' nu. Vnsa- I when for i 1 [ the bright; face: that continuouslythrust appetite i is and the bowels ;
ate 'ro..ryont UPpl'I'l.rlatinWOUl'Y/ gone are K. Kouif-ra Co, 14 East Government St. :
.. .. will lend moneyI''I. lluwtT and vt"_stable seers should its.-if before It illl. He heard constipated. Nothing will do you as .Acrnlw \.a. ,

:'''h''. -d.U spend an etjual sum in publishing- snatches of song: without and now and much good a* a do-e of Hosteller's Formerly Cordova Restaurant Htand :

again; when Ko!'e had a visitor the Mornach Bitters before each meal.It ,
-- -
'ctins which ( - -
niiht be useful to the -
I. \Ll ;. One car-load of Pineapples at 11.75 .
will ,.trfn thplI the stomach restore ', J
ping: of the ball in the dining
-- farmer out of this idea I'l'the in- pong
/: '' the appetite prevent Constipation II CURE YOURSELF to 12.00 per dozen. I! i ,
ii-d', ;aurat.on.aurat.on: of the publication of farmers' room. Panlmleirrnnsatural
and INMCI.Siiox rcrBES
positively cure H
.at. l the l' n- j I
>u -- -
when n -- --
One ho returned from his
day dixba.aremdammahnni,
l 1.1h:: tins.HKlrTormi. JIILinCsNESSANI' In I to ft darti l
ocJ KvsrKi-.siA.
l' 100Jt'l[ otlice! and went into the apaitment MALAKIA, FEVER AND; AI.TK. 1'KYl CuaraDin* .m cf mucous fmoibranM.J ti>-GOLAY' ;
.. PrrTcou ea raml I odd. and Dot aatna*
o adios
r. roger r which some mocking spirit it
xl \ Are All Might now put A niriTLi and see for yourself. Don'taccept .. tY1lt.ACYYctCot K'>Qt vf P014OUOU4. ,
ilplftx %(i< "W'
t. rcaJy for U..I i Aiigleworms: are in jour garden because into his: head to call the chamber of a substitute.HOSTETTER'S. \CI.CJIIITIIO oH by sruu.I. Grist and Corn Meal Mills ': ;
Iril l I: they thud! plenty of food there honors he saw something that tilled U.a A. | oreeut ia plaiw! wrapper, I

.t 1..111 firm 11.\with Itt'M! some: F.d .. Ii and the soil conditions suited to them. the him with astonUbmcnt. The top of p | 'Circular lir )"Prr7bottl7ii75.f0'I ael.I vn ttly4rtt. H. F. GONZALEZ a CO., Prop i, : ,, I
mortuary urn had been removed ,
,, .. I Boy s w ho go tislnng know w here to go
i ttl .nc. ANo for j, !
STOMACH BITTERS. Manufacturers I
.. I: and from the urn itself stood out on e
".{<>[>. f.w tini. and git wormsxith the least woik.They .
_,..1,. Curt.,pond I long stems three American Beauty CHOICE ALASI) I'L'ItKGIlOUND' t = :
out eool, moist where
pick places
I the soil is dark coloied' and full of rotting I roses. He was Iotl11l1lu0111(11'; stricken .'

: ,.'t i i...t dmlrable. by tbe lot'-Hetittr latirms. vegetable I matter. This rotting humus : gaping:; at the transposition when .. -, -PROFESSIONAL.. --, CA aDS.- Pr .1 sMri.urtsi:4.wfzs'aS'! .,u'jr", .. every Patronize rl'OD Home yon should Industry bayyoqr for M"alalill there U j Ii i i' ., j

1 !''14 south Palafoi is what the angleworm! feeds on. I: lie heard a movement behind him Iud W. C. ROWE, M. D. //S( ,,_,".j,I Ie Sir KH IHKHKsTKU's as'..oM aHa.,,,1.I.It1lI ;: if i mMC Block tend from the Home Manufacturer, i
for by 10 doing encourage home indni '
you *
Palm turning; there was I o e Thornton peepifug 'flllle .r T.L. .. .tlre. a.,... :
chunks of the
swallowing masses
or !,s h..rn.. +.a.l/.a..J Iii.- try. Your money Is left In the community ; }
1 ,. 1 "III. soil, digesting! the organic matter and I through; a crack in the door. Office: ITS S. alfni.: : ; i.'.at.. ''>.'J ';''.,".'.1..1.' -"+.enn... TMt'BinlaU-'..i *c. 11 and you In turn are Indirectly benefited. '. ; !
i "It's only I," she said. "What's the f i maad 1 S ''t aal "I.rllrf ru. I,.,Hr. In fostering tbe home manufacturer JOIl" I t !
- expelling! the undigested boll. These Hours rom to :\> a. 13 p. maid .1mlfl'v %r r .
t/ contribute to the of
..,. Mall. IU.Oultr H. ID, ; cause labor. Yon owU \ i
.' r.HOhU..s room ntttlUt worms will do no bairn to your garJden. I: p,x.d of making! people happy if 'ouI..u't aftrr7o'clock I ..., .. Dm., .t_"..b....t ...1... lea ; to tbeoommonltyln wbtcb yon lire 1114 : .
.et. "itnurm-- 'f.di. l> 1'11i1.' I't I which contributes to roar support
They are among the useful! friends j i tee their Happiness: : Phono OS. : i !

\t ."It..I-'lnlc. of the farmer, for they work over the "I id jou put the roses there?" he .- -- ;
" soil and open it to air and water.Farm asks 1.1."llId'tt11 i !
e ...
; TO--
'I dill.11:1.wI:3t .
man short tun -&tGO ,
ur conducting your I.nliurrm In l\ana. "\\ did you do withthethe ,
KIIJHS from u..rt. : I
Vo contents? j i
''tJIIU guaranl.rtl.lHarhrr I j T. It. Crow, state emploment agent, '
College I 'ewIs5tf I "I didn't know there were any contents .
II I authorizes the statement that Kansas
till I spilled them on the floor. '
t can get::; through the harvestithout
loco to doI grn.rai.I Then I swept them into a dust pan and F. E BRAWNER'S.i :
\.I I J at No. 1? tsoula extra help.! Statements of au exaggerated ; : -
Wit threw them out the window. :
J character have teen published to
' Iy this.time she had come into the .
.. i ,oIlCltor will pay the effect that there was great need of t i I! II
th "-to. right on mrttf Ad- harvest! !bands In that state and this .0-For Seven Days we will Offer the Following Prices- j t ItI
us resulted in a flood of inquiries on Bronchitis For Twenty Years. I! : Q* :
1 from M-: l
"IK nn'Q
t' oiirti to prepare for the SUbJl''t.11'. Grow's announcementis ', Mrs. Minerva Smith, of Danville !, I. !

.'iin- III lit.t..CrdarRap-cer\lci>. Apv confirmatory of the estimates that 111., writes: "I had bronchitis for 20 doz Men's French Neck drop. 200 Pair Men's New Orleans; Sewed You !should look at our line of j I', :' ii,

Kjlm have been made of a materially reduced twenty years and never got relief until stiched undershirts for :2>>c ;'drawers or Cable Hcrewed shoes, for this sale, Ladies' High and Low Cut Shoes. I (i. I I

\II' \, kioai o( empty bt>errKIIOMAK. :I yield of wheat from Kansas I used Foley's Honey and Tar to match. 11.20; solid leather. \leis can save you money. I : I! f:

'I M. fields. which is a sure cure. Sold by W. A. : doz Men's Lace r
DOTttfBKDWX 2o Fancy Striped l,(.))) yards Lawn, fast colored, t : +
I D'Alemberte 121 South Palafox street and Plain silk Finished PainIen'* Hand Sewed Vici ..1
: ; Balbrigan Kid worth 8'4c, to close at 5c yard. m .
'. A Cure For Summer Complaint.Summer : shoes in four different !shape : ,
t'ot 111'ItV.- I'I is unusually preyalent I: match.Undershirts at 4"Jc each ; drawers to toes; regular fi, for this sale fi.'Jj a 5uO X-Bar Muslin, regular 7s ) i I' : t
\ complaint : goods; to close at 4'c : '
,,r >ck. sad Y'iw for ali>. among children this season. A 10 doz Men \-Bar Undershirt: 1,0"0 yards Unbleached Domestic !; I' : f :>
_ t u.'S..r"l.o. 1WtfHIIR.EManufacturer I' wen developed case in the writer's worth oak, for 4oc ; drawers to match. I have bought the full line of Levyto close at V!'c. f j jI 'J a

It.\ III < .HO UI" family was cured last week by the G. H. Tuttle, 25 doz Men's! Hcriren Patent, seam Pou Co. boys' shoes that I will close 1,000 yards Best Check Gingham, 1 I: aside i

)1. timely use of Chamberlain's Colic. drawers, worth 65c, for this sale out at cost. fast colored, regular 7c goods, for i. j t. : j !
I Dr. J. G. Heard '}C. this I sale 5c. I
t: -one O ,
D Remedy
".r (lOodt.Hati. Toilet Cholera and Diarrhoea i 125 pair Boys'Easy Walker, regular : !
a .'tc -i" W. government of the test patent medicines manufactured 2S doz Boys Extra Size Pant?, 12 to ouc goods, to close at Sic pair. 10 pieces White and Red Table i i. !1

and which is always kept on DENTISTS. 117 years, worth (1 a pair, for this sale Linen, regular 40c goods, to close at 4 j 1 i tti

It. r.. I'ur 1.1.'uUt'rul.- = j: hand at the home of ye scribe. This i i50c. 75 pair Men's Low-Cut Patent 25c yard. No one over 6 yards. f : ;" tI

r K i'I-m.\ furDI.I1e4 I is not intended as a free puff for the ,: ItOOll0(1 0, Masonic Temple t We carry a full line of Boys' Wash Leather shoes we have been selling pieces Medicated 24-inch Cotton 1 ; .f "i

->iael or peclaldeilgni company who do not advertise with I' All branches of Surgical. Operative tech-and Pants. Call and see them. at E2.e1) pair, to close at that pair. Diaper worth faoc, for this sale 60c. (1 !; '"i ;

>' *oo, :tit Weil Gregory us. but "to benefit little sufferers who ,' meal Mt'cbanlcalDentllilry tkill. perormedwith t

I -I "'I.O\\'BItI" Vdlm: I|I physician.may not be No within family easy should access be without of a- .,,I: T.etht.old Special attention and Porcelain given Fillings to Children'Crown! This Sale will Positively Not Run Longer Than Seven Days. t I tl f i

. .. --"I I''i a bottle of this medicine in the.I, and Bridge Work. f i _I kir105

'-j"nd 10:13 Hiral for eastomeri Leilgni- I'I house especially in summer' time.- i iI 'i test Material; Competent Equipment. i : I i : tf

s -.o t'S Welt gr. ory. i I Iivdlm I i Lansing Iowa Journal. For sale by. SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. @ ; Ii
'all I druggists! and medicine dealers. I I Telephone No. 078. :1.f.


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IL HIGHWAY( Impaired DigestionMay I PETE HANTON !I' HIS NECK BROKEN IN WRECK. "IStraflg e St t-in tneW- orlf

$ not be all that is meant by dytprptia i Engineer James R. Watson Kille!

i cow,bat it will be if neglected. f Near Raleigh I --

.ROBBERY i ii The! uneasmes after eating fits of nerve I IS ARRESTED Raleigh. July 16.Engineer James Ii i The 4:: Annual !twmfm t.r ha

Kate red at the Poet Office at Peotacoia.Fl i I ous headache, sourness of the stomach, and I i R. Watson, of the Seaboard Air Line Ending ileeetnlxr :till 1410" '
!I ti
a ieond-cln aiatttr.I disagreeable belching may not be very bad I was instantly killed near here. I

I now, but they will be it the stomach is I His death was rather singular. A
OffiCE :-fiifi Building. illj- Mouth YESTERDAY FOR PERJURY I
l THE[
J'aIa.IOI street, np-stair i I Ij suffered to grow weaker. : car of lumber from the railway yard i EQUITABLE @

Dyspepsia is such a miserable disease :i here broke loose and ran 3 milts

THE HEWS .PilffliSHlHC XO. that the tendency to it should be given -- !J north. Engineer Watson pulled out

j In true Jesse James style did Buck : early attention. This is completely overcome I A decided sensation developed in ,i with his passenger train and at high; LIFE ASSURANCE[ Wtlm
byHood's speed struck the
Terms: Invariably in Advances I Webster relieve Sim Coleman cf the (mayor's court this morning;, as car. engine ,
.. __ .....,. is t4 I front was wrecked. and one piece ol I
Matt .
t Oat Year by Sarsaparillawhich Asset . . .
i asa Month .. __.. 2 :5"Qc $6.25, yesterday near Mnscogee, all I an outgrowth of the Dave Sheehan I I lumber passed through the cab, break. ,

1 Carrier Payable Monday 10 : the available cash Coleman had in strengthens the' hole digestive system i case. Peter Hanton, a witness for i i ing Watson's neck and lodged on ten''I Reserve ities. .and. Qt. .Lltll .

t TELEPHONE NO. us. I the world. The blood money didn'tdo ---- | the defense, was ordered held for I of the tender. No one else was hurt I ,
I Watson's wife had urged him to quit :ISarpIu? (from which!, Div.- -
.-- + Webster much good, for he was II YOUNG MAN |perjury, and an affidavit sworn out railroading and be had promised to dc, dead are paid . ,.

I captured five hours afterwards and : I by the marshal has been served. i 1 so in a few days.Mistrial I' ;
Paid to Policy-holder-.
i i now repines in the county jail, I WAS DROWNEDErnest The case against Sheehan was in Correll Case. ., lyoi .. .. .:.. . -

charged with highway robbery. He again continued for a day in order Knoxville, July 16.-Youcg Correll. New Insurance in lie{ 1. a ". ,_

w PEIBAOOLA, JULY )?, 1902 will be taken before Judge Blount that a material witness could be .: who" as arraigned in MeIgs county ji I Total Insurance in force

i and for Le Gallis, an estimable the charge of murdering Zack Phillip! Dec. 31, litol . .s.- '.-
i i this afternoon his case set a found.
4I j THE agony of the primary is over young man, residing at the navy presumably for his money has no t I Notwithstanding the ,rr.Mti'
-save that which may be the portion bearing Sheehan, as told yesterday, was up been convicted nor acquitted. Th
of defeated: candidates-but not i Webster is "a no 'count nigger; ," a yard, was drowned yesterday after- for discharging firearms in the city hearing resulted in a mistrial and thi!i greater security whitit'! -

s { noon, having fallen into the water over to the next term 01 I t i holders thereby enjoy. t .. II' ;.:;
case goes
it even one of these has a word to say 'gambler, thief, vagrant; and all- limits.! The testimony of city witnesses ; are LOW and (it*A RANT> -

r against the primary plan. : round worthless black. His victim, from a guy rope attached to the dry I today developed the fact that court. Both were. young; men, and I terthan given by other i.'
-- the case created much excitement II:
I THE belligerent little democratic i'Coleman, is not un;.patted of the dock at the yard. He was unable to on Monday, at the headquarters of Meigs county.

1 youngster: have had their crap: ," I'I world by any means, but he does swim, and before aid could reach I i the Union Democratic Club. Mr. KXOWLESGeneral nHO ..

r and whatever the results may finally I work occasionally. him his death in the brinwater. I Sheehan and several others were in Proposed New Tennessee Railroad.
Knoxville July 16. It Is understoo
foot the ruction is over. Now .tgPnne
up I had occurred.
l t ;; Yesterday morning at or near I i I I the room discussing things having apolitical that a railroad is to be built from Piu.. '
; let them all go home and wash their The sad incident has decided 309 S. Palafox St.. PENS
T faces and settle down to the sterner :iMuscogee, while Coleman was : cast a i bearing. During! the heat Knot. Ky., to Johnson island In Cumberland <

: gloom ever the settlement at the county. Tenn., and that i 11 t II!
t 'I duties of every-day life. No one of peaceably pursuing; his duties going' i of the discussion a pistol hot was -

i them will be the worse for it if he about his business, he was met and'. navy yard, the young man having I, fired and a grand -'break away" oc will boyhood touch home Jamestown.of Mark Twain.Tenn.Jamestown thi: JOINT MEETINC OF

arf f takes defeat like a philosopher or : halted by Webster at a lonely spot ., been widely known and respected.His I curred. It was alleged that the has never had a railroad. It i it:' '

.i !f -victory like a gentleman.Ix i I I and was told to "shell" out his cash. I brother who is a night clerk at pistol was fired by the defendant. the capital of Fentret-s county Ten ,jt" BUSINESS ORGANIZE !0NS$

nes:'f'f>. located on the C'umLc riant'plateau I
and sister,
Hotel cambia
: Ix a suit at Greenville N. C., invilviLjj This he refused to do at first, and only one H anton was being cross-examined 1" A j jdint meeting lit t1 ( .
ti : the removal of a dim alleged I! residing at Chicago. has been notlI !: i
when a second refusal was made I : and in the face of the fact that two Commerce and ,""nn.' -'I.
1 to cau- a breeding-place formosquitoes 1 The latter wired she would
fied. i! .
{ Coleman: thought several: new con :I I entirely disinterested witnesse-, Saves a Woman's Life ness League is called to h
of the
j ;s the theory trans- :
14 ; lniaalonofcontagioudiseasesbythe1t :; stellations had appeared on the come. i i who were across the street, testified To have given up would have mean Thursday evening Juh
o'clock, to consider and .u-
t Young LtGallis was a hard work
little pests promises to receive judicial horizon from the "stars" he seen, I II. 'I that a shot was: fired, Hanton held death for Mrs. Lois Cragg, of Dor. of the
irE-port joint :: :
determination. An expert entomologist tne unnatural phenomena having i; ing boy and :it the time of his death ;1 to a statement that he heard no shot, Chester Mass. For :years she tad I| tigating committee. Ah .

from the federal department I.I had been an employe as a painter on i I endured untold misery frcm ..
I been caused by a stiff upper-cut on i saw no gun and knew nothing at all a severe' of both bodies who can ;
flf agriculture and other scientific the dock at the yard.: His work lung trouble and obstinate cough. !
: so are urged to attenj.W. .
L the left jaw.: i I about it. Following this statement: :
men have been summoned awltnere "
caused him to use a guy rope to painta I "Often, she writes, "I could scarcely \. I:
I ,, -. The blow sent him to the groundand i iI i he said that he was with Mr. Sheehan breathe and sometimes could) not "
-- certain point, and !he was suspended : President Chamber of ( "U:?:
made him temporarily in- when Officer Haarrested him
speak. All doctors and
A MOVKMKN: is on foot for the ( ,' callold when the broke remedies failed J.I:. K >
erection at New Orleans of a monuaieut sensible. Whea he did recover his on a rope 1 at the club's headquarters, when the till I used Dr. King's New Discoveryfor Pre-ilent Young Men I
and he fell into the water. He was
to Gen. 1' G. T. Beaure<;ard, 1 good senses, he was horrified to see I j truth of the matter was the arrest Consumption and was completely ,, League.CONCERT.
lt unable to swim and as no one seemsto cured." Sufferers frcm coughs -- -
I whose brilliant military record was :i Webster standing over hm with an was made in the Gulf :Saloon: about .
have been looking hrm when he I throat and hang trouble need this AND IA\< .
of the features of the
one prominent
: uplifted arm, the hand grasping a i the distance of one block we;;t.When 1 MAGNOLIA BLUFFTHI '
i. I civil war. The memory of his f first went down he drowned at ence. grand remedy for it never disap :
huge knife, which was ready for instant Hanton saw that he had points. Cure is guaranteed by W. A. NIGHT. TRAINS AT'o.'o! \ .'
splendid services as a soldier will be
afterward he was missed,
shortly II 9. LAST TRAIN UKTI .
U;t'. He was then told to'shuffle" ; D'Alemberte Price R' -
marred by the recollection of his intimate been caught swearing to untruthful druggist. Cue
and following a clue as; to his whereabouts I land 11:50. TICKETH 25 CENT-:
eounection with the notorious! :/ out the cash, and he had II statements, he endeavored to changehis II 00_ Trial LottUs free.
I I the broken I -- : DEPOT.
'I' guy rope was
i Louisiana state lottery, but he :| no hesitancy in doing so. I testimony and denied that he had
found which told of the sad FAMILY SEASON TICKETSAT
cnould have a monument, neverths- 1 ,
Web-ter made off towards Pensa-
t i Lett. : \j : made former allegations favoring FRANK SECARTSJATH HOUSE

t --- ;i cola. In the meantime Constable i! occurrence. I"t heehan and the place of the litter's SICARI'S BATH HOUSE

;iSA141R'lS'f of Mierouri i Ii aj' I Smith at Cottage Hill was notified. |! Another very sad incident in connection I Deep water sea: bathing:.
I I arre"t.I .
with the drowning was that i day, for white people only. hj!
veteran democrat, presumably sat-! i II
The officer was plucking peaches I for ladies with
I The in continuing the case compartment la<<
j I urdtnl with political wisdom, but I. from his orchard 'at the time, but the body had not been recovered up I mayor Frank Sigari:; ; will i is-ue luu family tendant. Neatest, best and cle ,
declaration! that it will be mis-, ordered Mr. Hanton held for per- season ticket for baths at his splendid bath house in the city. Bat
to the timeof thiswriting, althoughvery
1'g taken policy to seek a majority for i this work he left at once and gave;i I jury. When he was ordered to take bath house for a family of one I cent FmxKSiuA '
: diligent search is being made Cor. Cevill; and
Zuragos-a -
tlt f the party in the next house: of repre- : chase Webster, overtaking; hint I a seat with the prisoners in the docka to three at f I.fJiJ for the season and I I

f ptntative will scarcely be: accepted just above (iouldin:. The surrendered for it. Friends and employes alike 1 for a family of from three up for two

j I negro in the search.If mild sensation wa visible, and the .....................-.-.-. ... '. .... ...
t by the: war rmr-e, of the party. The have joined dollar- Theeeasnn tickets will . .All. ,.. ... ....
when he saw he was, -- 'man's trouble, brought\ upon himself :r .. .. .1 .. .. .." ...
: i+ magnificent opportunities presented 1 I entitle the family to bathe whenever
I I caught and wa taken back to Cottage a Man Lie to You, : the talk of the town
1 'iSV lor democratic victory in many conI I i was soon they wi-h throughout the' Leason. .
srtioualditrict* are nut likely to 1 Hill, where, in the afternoon, '! And say some other salve, ointment, I -- -- :!: :lm ...ALL NEW... i

I lotion, oil or alleged healer is as goodas i; Of All Hot Weather Enemies
be overlooked, neglected or ignored. he was taken before Justice Levy --- '

V'.i 1 1 Bucklen's Arnica Salve, tell him cholera is. the worst. Grass Shears that will cut :
and remanded to jail in default of a' : of humanity
I Nt\isi'APKKparairrarher: in view SHEET S St MU I
> thirty years of marvelous cures of Treatment to be effective must be close at the Willis Hard
$5iJO bond. He :seems to be"en' : ,
ii (.f the recent appropriation for the Piles Burns, Boils Corns, Felons, '
> : deficit in the finances of the Jiutlalo I I much afraid i-omething will happen Ulcers, Cuts. Scalds Bruises and Skin prompt. When vomiting, purging ware Co's. '
i t Eruptions it's the best and and sweat announce that the disease -
prove ; -- -- -
I St. Louis ; : fuR Tlih
: exposition, are naming at i to him.
cheapest. 25 cents at W. A. D'Alem- : is present, combat it with PerryDavis' "
: II! with Migge-tiotH that the management : I I STATIONERY.C. .
berte's store.
The ;;tatutEof this state fix a drug : Painkiller. All bowel troub
I '1 of the 1904 exposition are already !- Next 5
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14 penalty of twenty years at hard labor'for les, like diarrhu, cholera morbus Days,
I figuring upon a similar deficit. SANTA ROSA SURFBATHINCJSTABLISHMENT and dysentery are overcome by Pain- V. Thomp s'en, No. il I SoutnPalafox
Chicago's Columbia: I n exposition highway robbery when a deadly \
: killer. It is equally healthpromoting street, has just opened 'i
: 'I 1. company announces a dividend to weapon is used in consummating an I in all climates 20c a COpY. 't

I stockholder a luntinltll f 4jUIM" ,- > unlawful end. It was on acejunt of new supply of Linen and Bond t 't.
", M over after payment of all HI Papers, white, blue and gray, with .
the exi-tence of this statute that the i Fish chowder will be served every
penseand St. Louis will hardly Sunday evening. Private partiescan CRIMINAL'GOURTSESSION Envelope to match Oxford izes ; PENSACOLA MUSIC CO.

., permit ugh a record to stand without I appearance bond was placed at sucha arrange to have the same or also Foreign Mail Tablets with Envelopes .

I an effort to excel it. large figure. other refreshments served at anytime I to match. Ink, Pencil t 37 S. Pilafox St. f'T
.. duringthe week at reasonableterms. TO-DAY
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Penholder .
Bankbook File etc.
I I )I See manager: :
WHKX the people have the opportunity Treat Your Kidneys For Rheumatism. : CHAS. H. BfRTON. i etc.. always on hand. >0 ...
to cheese their servants they
\', have no difficulty in making their | WhEn :you are suffering from rheu- I Criminal court convened today at Phone 234.:
ImatUm I the kidneys must be attended' Need More Help. I
-I' wishes known ; when they delegated ,10 a. in., Judge A. C. Blount, Jr., pre- 134 134 134 134 1o4
,t I to at once so that they will eliminatethe Often the overtaxed organs of digestion H......H1..........Nd
the to aseut
e. :, ; an : they never siding. #- '- -
uric acid from the blood. Foley's out for help by dyspepsia's :
i knew what the result was going to
I i. be until the act of the agent was performed :i Kidney Cure is the most etIlcti\'e' pains nausea, dizziness, headaches, ,I George Malichi and Lewis Gonzalez : Buy a Hammock ; 134 -' IS- 134

II ; r I'I'i and it wa too late: to correct remedy for this purpose R. T. Hop- !liver complaints and bowel disorders. tried for grand larceny, were i .oo& AND KEEP COOL: .oo& S All rsouts Telepte.

t.; i t it if it failed to represent their desire ''kins, of Polar, \Vis., says: "After unsuccessfully -' :?; iuh troubles call for the prompt use convicted of petty larceny. t 134 ll ibf"r I1n i1.11-111'If''' i 1-- 134

I :*. Nomination by delegates! in a doctoring? three years for of Dr. Kings New Life Pills. Theyare A Greek citizen renounced all : \LM) V" It : ; .- .

k1 ; !I. convention ithe act of the delegate rheumatism with the best doctors, I gentle, thoroueh and guaranteedto '
allegiance to foreign; sovereignty'and LINES HOOKS 134 134 134 134 134
i 'I' j.: *, performed according to the tried! Foley's Kidney Cure and it cine 25 rents atV.. A. D'-\Iem. I ;

I' influence lurrouuding them at the cured Lie. I cannot speak too highlyof bi.rte', drug stnre.PENSACOLA was given the rights! of an : SINKERS and POLES : -

time ; nomination by a primary i is this great medicine." Sold byV.. American subject. I .
,< TO CATCH HSH. ,< .
I-;' the
acting of his uwn fn-" will. .. t. colored, for the larceny of a hor-e, !: .
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F i + i 'l K.FnKKt-1'Alea11tawell known MEAT MALT has a-marvelous third AnnualChMi.ii Itogin art.teegber |>- was proceeding when the court tooka Baseball Supplies ; HOUSEWlFfiNeeds

I I( :I citizen of Atlanta who has ju-t returned I.i. III'! ::. a"d Ind' noon rece-... R >bin-ou is alleged .
Jietetic vilu>. While refreshing Jung 1'J: 1'IU.t.The 11-" '11 AS .
from the Pacific coat: gives to hart stolen a horse from Frank'i .
i Ili the following personal testimony and pleasant: to take, it helps; assimilation Smith IPnder."f : Bats, Balls and Masks : a Bottle
: a money i
't i concerning the tilio:icy of oil in the of foJ.'olJ: byDANNIIEISSER aim of thi- -ehool i i. to pro S S
-- i ROM
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vide thorough HiGH SCHOOL( and of Turpentine !
reduction of the hardship of travel : KROS.( : Never Iinpf'ain Killer M Fail .

l by rail : "I have frequently crossed -COLLEGE. The PIIEPAHATOHY school iof epecialit intructiou. before, what can the matter be? ; Coefs Book Store. whether fur Cleaning 15ertCl"tlies -

t ; the arid platii on former. vi-it. to the CHANGE ,tere-t to three classes : Where ithe bottle 1 here. I ;. "r for Mm.-: ot !I":

t ftjckie, and on this occiiou I 1. Those who having completedthe thought so; it i ii' tot Perry Davis1 .......................... ('ut. Brui"r aa\"t/II./! '
dreaded the heat and dust but to INMANAGEMENT grades of the public school wish Painkiller at all, but something the Everybody knows the vnlii- I
: to pursue their tudie further with- druggist must have made himselfand Spirits nf Turpentine. unit t tt I
my surprise I found tint vast improvement out having home. I did not notice it ; I have used Do you want a magnificent, watch to !fet the genuine artn-lt. -.

t has been made ; that the 2. Those who wi-h, with the aid Painkiller for years for diarrhea, for little money? Ifo.. call on it i- put up by t'eBuffalo :

l roaJ bed of the :Sintt: Fe through; of the careful individual: attention cramps and stomach aches and it I'' Stephen, the jeweler. He will accommodate -

4 these plains was oiled in order to A change in the management; of that: can be given in smaller classes never failed" I you.
and a longer session. to advance
L' ., .... keep down the dust, and that! instead Hotel Escambia is expected withina more rapidly than i- possible for

q I of burning; coal the engines burned very few days, and it i is stated thata them in public chooN.

: '' oil. emitting no dust, saioke: or cinder 3. Those who are fitting themselves III i J. M. FOLKMAN,
.1 I lady will take charge of the toU f'. for college.In f s S'
*. In fact. I rodeo miles on tI e t t ;,
The change i i.* expected: to this addition to the usual instruction -
occur '
t : i engine, and when I alighted and in Enzli-h Mathematic History 1 DEALER IS1V1LL

t went back to the Pullman it wa not wet'k.'Ir.. Jo-lyn. the present manager Geography. L tin.etc..instruction ='

R J k even necessary to wash my hand : expect to return north. i* offered. slot 'J ',-/1 tuition, \\ \ PAPER P !r We from have the!'Lir i\mple-
-- --- - in Greek. French. German and Spanih. Manufacturers ir
r The school i* conducted at the
b I r Men N'ill He lion i ri RATHBONE SISTERS. corner of \Vet Gad"den aud :Spring \ ., --- the United :State

i In the excitement of a lively nero streets, in a building which H to k Feather :Scrll.15c per full.
Magnolia Temple No. 4. Rathbone be arranged to adapt it especially to Mfg Co.
s' 1 like b-Mt-racing or ball-playing, Sisters regular meeting 1'N
rjEe I Friday :af.ternoon the need of the school. t Dining Room Tapestry;: I1.5U per roll.
they wi 1 strain their muscles! and ro'hij : June 1? h, at 2:30! ::; o'clock.A l The number of pupil in attend .
I who Guarantee: it Abi I
bcmelimpingand sore. Then they I. full Itpnd.ILce is specially ro>-' ance is limited. Hence tho-e de-ir-
que-ted. Visiting member* cordially in admittance should communicate
'_ rare glad they have Perry Davi illVltfd.I ? Contractor for Decorating < Only 10 Cents a Bottle
.. :t* early a* po;-ible with the Princi v fc
Painkiller on hand to soothe the I Initiations will tike place

i 4J: i' quivering nerveto; penetrate the MRS. J. C. WILI..DI5. pal.For further information terms and 1 Call Up Phn* ;JU; or Drop a l'otal Card
!' Ulu..c1ewith warmth and: healing C.M. catalogue addre-s All kinds of chllr.If
} R. C. H. CLAY ARMSTRONG, Alt Work C. O. D. and Guaranteed.
relieved the chairs at JJur"n
p >wer. It has pain of ------- rocking
Principal orPERI'iVALH.WBALEY :
I iwo generations of American*, ICE-COLD WATERMELONS: AT JR., Corner ISajlrn and Go\ernm Streets: $ Quina's. Prices are ',:'!J

t .' I' 9 Large bottles 25 and 50 cent?. I TH E GARFIELD ICE CO'::;. Assi-tant. I I IOn\! Block Wett of f C8M>:!c?, K-ght! oa tbe Belt Lite. low.



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C. O'\(Al. President; F. C. HORTON, Cashier FROM !: .

S. J. FOSHEE.Vice.President; M. E. CLARK Asi't Cashier. ARMY ARRESTED At the Soda Fountaini; i


John McKan, a deserting soldier w
I from Fort Barrancas: wto bas 1 When you want the most
PENSACOLA, FLA. just served 30 days on the road for exhilarating draught you

I stealing rides on railroad trains, was ;i'i i'- always want water. ,-
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Has the LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK of any bank in the State. last night returned to Fort Barran

cas by Deputy Sheriff Martin He

prompt, courteous and careful attention given to all business en- was re-arrested on a charge of desertion L1&RockV

by Deputy Brewton soon after

trusted to its care. his release from the county chain ; '

gang and brought here Tuesday J Wafer

4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. night. He left the fort on June 9. r :

There had been offered the cuss | __-f served at the fountain,

i ternary |30 for the sparkles like fine wine
capture, ; it
for his excellent work during the
B. H. FAIRCHILD, : ESGAMBIA'S 1 land i this h ; is only
I last year. Alderman Wright was will be paid to Deputy I / water bubbling over

UpuOLBTERER: : unanimously reelected mayor pro II I I II I I Brewton. ; ,, with pure ozone
38 EAST ROMAN STREET. tern.F.. I ELECTION RETURNS I -- -- Bottled at Waukesha Win

., anJ Refinishing Furniture a R. Pou, feed sale and livery THE WEATHER FOR SALE HERB BY ,

Specialty, stable, also funeral director and err- I J 1 /u L. Bear & Co. Agents

Phono 405. balmer has a new advertisement in Complete unofficial returns of .

- this issue. Mr. Pou i is a popular bus! vote of E camLia county. tabulated TO-DAY

R. K. WHITE, I ness man and he is ably assisted i in form, are printed in this issue of -- -

Manufaftnriiig Jeweler I the management by Mr. GeorgeI THE --- ---
y k r j NEWS.
I (iingles. Call and see them. I
Graduate Optician, I The Democratic Executive Con Local! 'orl'cat-t'ar tonight acd Friday G2s2sasEs5252525as2 5252 .
A small blaze on the roof of a light to fresh mouth \\Incls.I 0 '
mittee will meet at Judge McCul- i i >-
fi vt FrnuroU. ;
:, North Tarragona street restaurant 11 I : i
- :''conducted by Eugene Carlos, at !9 J JI lagh's office in the court house annex Temperature in Last 24 Hours:

v- 'I H o'clock :'! Maximum! ...... .............. ... .. .. F.degreesMinimum / rn '
l o'clock last night, was the cause of at Saturday night to ....... ...... .. .. .......... ... 'Jetrces' ; c/ J
a call being sent in for the fire department. canvass the vote I|I rn :
I .
1 : The fire was extinguish Elsewhere [ .
HEWS$ NOTES The figures tell an interesting : 1'1.I. % ; ,
td before any icreat damage was )IIU. )Im

: done !although had not the dicovry story; of Democratic League victory i Atlanta .... ..... ............... .... '.'4 ;. K 8 jnESHSHSE5
Kibmarck ... .. .......... .,...... '..
.---.-....- < been made so quickly great loss insofar as relates to the legislative;; ,, Chicago ..... .. .. ...... ..... .... M- .J E 225SEsPs52MONDAY
.... .......... .... .... ..
:u.,' of the K. I. K. would probably have ensued. ticket and members of the board cf lial\'eHon Cincinnati_ ...... ..?. ......._ .* '- w _ _ _.________ I .
Fri-i I --- ---- Harun _..'.". ... ..........._... yi .
,- -n will beheld county commissioners and executive I' Jacksonville. .............. .... .. W i',
l'.ck, fIt C. K.of: A.I Your step has lost elasticity: because committeemen. Kan-as lHY ........... ........... n ;'
I your blood has lot vitality, KtyVe ... ..... ..... ... .. xi v
Memphis .... ..... ..... .. .. '..; i',
which Hood's :Sarsaparilla: : will re Henry C. Cloptou'tn:1j': rity overJ. Mobile ... ..... .... *- iflontlComl'ry
attending I R. .... ... .... .. :.' ,I I BARGAINS :
I fine by Fillinirim .
store. nil; i New Orleans ............... ....... >. ;.
wJ dance at Mag-I I --- -- New York ..... .. 7I .
Scott M.
:: Loftiii's majority over C.ML ....... ,
i >arannah .. .._ ;s.| "
ivn tonight by the j I CONCERT AND DANCE ATI ...
Co-ton: is 340.: St. Louis .... ...... v. i r
: :
For NAVAL HlOliKS MAKKhXI Being in Close Touch with All Markets
NIGHT. TRAINS AT i-, b:30 AND county treasurer, Frater's majority Implies
th" chamber I
,'IIl") ?< (league and 'J. LAST TRAIN RETURNS ATilltiO. over Brawner is GG4. I deported Dally for The New b, l "A'< Contant Opportunities.

: TICKETS 25 CENTrA: T For tax collector, D'Alemberte's ; Union Naval Stores Co.BOill' .
A 11 at 7 o'clock this : I ....
j.:... report of the DEPOT. majority over Bellinger is 314. Totheir acceptance only two requisites are es+;pntial : SPOT CAKH and

.' ,. ".mmittFe.1I ----- -- For WW -. .... I II [{..s till, H........... ........ .17'I1s BIO OUTLET. The opportunity was OUKH-we had the IS POTCASH '
: sUotl chairman executive committee I WQ..3 4011 45 Q.... .............. 1 ;;0 Now
)( ..... ... _. 3 I JI' ..... _.......... 1 'S you have the tempting chancn to save money
I ,:Jay and Creo. ;j ji. HERPOCKETBOOK John B. Jenes' majority over J. j ... ..............-gn5 E..1 :',01I by spending it. Bee our big show windows .
nf U. Halliday i iI I[ ... .._......... :! 5 n. __.. ..... I 15 ; they
i. I I Ernest Baars: is :63.::; I t__......__... :! It,') C 4: below.._. llUt5PUtlTI *peak stroller! than cold type. t
at the store of TDErIMTlit' E-11'x. tf
I For secretary of executive committee
'.< tit'tsi: whereindebted

'-, to I .I Dan Murphy, Ben Beers 191. majority over i( BOUGHT FOR SPOT CASH, i BOUGHT FOR SPOT CASH '

'e their ac-

i Emma: Hhaw, colored, reported to I County commissioner, district 1, MARITIME.I ONE CASE i ONE CASE :

city and the police station last night, that Roberts majority over Daniel], 3bt I I .
w ' been Sam BisrRS. a young; ne ro, had I County commissioner, district 2, For JUly to dati..... ... .. .... t ,' ........, I I :

f.Ir =ome snatched her pocketbook from herat Welsh's majority over PriceIO-l. :, AHIVED.Am The actual value i i- 6'4c a yard, but j|I Actual Value to'', and JOe yard. Due ,
1 1.. ,df-tlllh 1 ; I due to SPOT CAhlt I'urcluse we to the SPOT CASH: Purchase! they
s Kvelyn. Mills New York via Tampa

.' ,. i tin Union depot and had ran There was 1.0 election for countycomons'iouer to dull Transit Co otter them Monday at J RO Monday at
on It .. Timn, 1\.>). i.uauo, PbllaJelphU to I
'! with it. in district 3; and tile'i Gulf Transit Co I 10
? 1e I away yards for 36c : 6c yard
raze will have to be run over again -
\ The
d : I' I purse i i.* alleged to have con- i I
I :
.. .:' :. tained flUft'i, ujneof which ha* beet: I between :Shelby and 1'ursell. The |I ss barn.lT'H. Keathttone.. hyV I I

.: "L u _.I..t-I recovered. vote in the first: primary however, :!! ft L awn Willich umber\aluf t'o for 1.0n.lon.lIb lhA! "< 1,':".uVa I I EXTRA SPECIAL SPOT CASH PURCHASE !

1:1!*. ; A.jent show-that Shelby U the choice of'I'
I :She made a charge against Bi,g;s
I NOTICE TO :MARlNEUs.I'ommander .57 Pieces St. Albans' '
>' I li-t ui;{ht. for being dangerous and sA=;>iciollscharacter the district us he received :ZX!::; more: J 11 Hull inspector of theSeventh .. Batiste.. .. ;
II ,cd in the i Lighthouse district liajis-iued the
t'!J.!. (:*' vacancyjW.H. : and the warrant wa than 1'ursElh'I'here folluwiinfoiltcml. \ notice: It was unusual: opportunity for us. It j is, nice iinu-ual one for y.>u, .! :
1 was no election for fen acola lay and Entrance-Navy Yard : for they are 1'i: and 15c value; of exceptionally de i colir. '
ConntycomtnissiuAer pretty igm and
Watt-l| placed in Oilicer Perkins' hand-, nutty Hank Buoy No w H 'rconA-cla-s cRII.I'' i .
was ektBhllsbul June St! l'"r-, en
11:1-I taken Mr. ;i who erved it on Bijrgs! about 11 ::::0 in district, and the lolloMin; bearingsviz: I Extra Special at lOc yard or 10 yards for 85c. 1 I .
II..r I'olut 1I.on Light : by N.
t. aclerk in the II i| p. m. race will have to be run over by lVnsHi-ol LlKht-Houte. W. N W '. W. i \

I M n\f/\ nn-terofi I II Frank Johnson and B. E.\Vhidden. Knduf West (coali wbarl. navy yard, N. I, t !
1 Biyirs came up for trial today but : 7 W. I
I Mr. Johnson This buoy I U placed at the nmtbeft'terly MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS. MEN'S !I.
the testimony was insufSicieut! to however, is clearly the point of flte-lttthomcurieoll 1'rnsxrola ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS.Every .
:iu article yc,.:-I\ j I IATy yard and marks the channel to an- I ;
choice of the
veral I new voters I hold him and he was discharged district as he received cliora ground for deep draught: vrssrle.ti'oTI'F. man i is interested HERE. for J! dozen Celebrated KlttS- !' ;.1'

The woman had evidently lot soulmoney e j j 273 votes more than Mr. \Vhidden. we are selling STANDARD DOl..
rtitleate-4 of j I J I'
; re;{-l i I i i TO MAKINEK" ticbeam Drawers the. tJjckind.
interesting feature of this eleeI '' I LAR SHIRTS at '.
.utu-fly con*truct- 1 for when she reached: the KrgulatlonsotheSlarlnr Hovpitalvr-

lIIi-If.'adiu Tax I Station she WH.try noisy and i it thou is that: in his home precinct, No. vice loreiKU reiiuire ports the via inspection domestic of ports resaeU north from of ? -C. \ There will be no more I! .

'.;rte bt-< 1I11thiug ''i, Mr.( Johnson received vote Southern Maryland, but via such ports at i i 1 afterthis lot
seemed a* if she wanted the whole every Ship Island where full pratique IS givenfor I ;
with N-iiin; i-uch |; iu j except his own, which he cart for a southern port inspection Is not prerequisite ;' Don't miss thi; great opportunity j jj ,
town put j1il.COXCERT to entrance. I Tniis
the lat
week. ST-'gC
iu no manner touluvenieucr i j pair.
Mr. Whidden. He alo received the < I ,; i
: to I Iit AND DANCE AT I Snrtl'a. I Ii ,
Ii II i ':solid vote of precinct 11. Ij I i',
j MAGNOLIA BLUFF TI! L'ItDA'I:: The Marine Hospital Service ha issued

lily meeting of I, NH5HT. TRAINS AT b, S:30 AND) j I i Fur county commissioner; i district: following Coasting vessels; which arc. known and ,I 24 Pair Heywood's $3.50 Tan Shoes, to Close : '
It which are m regular tratl with Florida I
la. LAST TRAIN RKTURN AT 5. J. \V. Brewton elected
was by a
i- heM l-l-t M'ht i from domestic ports of the L'nlted .
: ) TICK IS 25 CENTS. may cnnrwuthout detention or lII I'IIIIIt'8'1 i at $2.50 per pair. ,
to i.turs9 w:1. trau.CUIIlInitt ..- 1I : JlI. AT '': majority of 4I-J over R. H.athwell. ,

: I.. .. ,. re- : DEPOT. I I any wDon't ith character thaundrrstandngthat balilo""r shall If developdurinu "__""._'__'__h'h"_'_ _.. '- . .. . . ... I !
1 the voyage: to Florida purls shall I t
I I. riiiiuitl Company 1 Marston Quina I Fail to Try This. report to the fuarantln| officers for Ins :
., ,I.MW the largest line of matting I I ----- ; W. J. & B.
re-i iradon: t>f I1 ,1 to Electric Bitters for any trouble it ', FORBES.II'
window shades THE SHIPPING. I :
rugs jlj'
M iMotinf the hoard ,i is recommenued for a permanent cure :

"v 'i,t.'d 1 and a'(I in the cityWe lay our will Minly be effected. It never fails '' VKBHKLIN! i'nrhTEAMSIttrb. I : ,I'

N :'idi-r, '11| to matting' free. ''to tone the stomach, regulate the kid : i J'
If'n L'uy'I'hem at the Ho-iton Sho-
m-ys and bowels, stimulate the liver It AlhertoTreve', .':)!". Cornelia to Gull They are Good't j i ,

.. .. ... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. I Transit Co ,
t-% ... .... ... .. .. invigorate the nerves and purify the Kr Hattfii HallW: \V>ppc ner, to Daart.: '
I j' hVod. It's a wonderful tonic for run- lIuowody.1:0 Kr Cliutton: SL'l I S-ancWrbon, to W !b KO'51'r )- Satisfaction and Service : I 1 I
dmvn h systems. Electric Bitters 1I0S ,v ('u I
\ IkliSM: SHIP MENT OF Hr Egmont Cattle, Kl: Pub, to SullIvan :
f i it iv.'Iy' cures kidney and liver! troubles Lumherl'v '

..' .. .. stomai; 'h disorders nervousness, sleep- ,- Span 10 }:uero,1I'5. IUail; to Uuf! Tranit i I' 11.\\1\ : \I\I I : I. Ii ,
I .
f' -. --- tllrb'llood. II thrown, to W '
\\to-:'n"s, rheumatism neuralgia and lit o. S Key i .
& I'o I Ifpunliracla I
"p.-I" malaria. Satisfaction! guaran- ':'I::..'. Luzarratia toM H Sullivau i Boston Shoe Store Shoes

SMITHFIELD HAMS. tt *>d I by W..1. D'Alernberte druggist. I tr Incbmoor --It KAt: tn Kaars Co : <- "' '
.. 'Only :r.o; cents.Everybody. Br: l.u-Bergh.. : w, Baker, toW H I j I :
t Co POI'lLAIC.Tne :
, - - ;
.. -. Ir LaiiKham, 17-W, Kcatbvrtou. to Jno A ;
.. ''----i.:-- .::--* has a nar: >t to a little Sterna ",'0 eye i i.* satisfied with the tyie and finis ; the foot -ati-fi-jj, with J
, rtP piece of this earth. But they mu-t Am Prn ,acola, FP.i Leech to Uu'f Tran- the i 1 1 it
fight for '" 'It (0Rr perfect fit and ab-lut comfort ; the pure i+ raft-fled with fair I
it. n J
must watch their
; I ;j. !
f Jl'5T RECI-IVEl falopia I.I l\ KurKe to M Kob-
rh ante to get it. and get it. 1 in.on price for -uperior hoes that will {ivc better !oforvicp- l i I. :

Thos. C. Watson & Co, her Scota.It's. .. tiKJull Transit Co i iKr ;' than those purchased f'1-ewhHe. t ,. (.t
SilvrrUalf 1711, hall to frni.tcola
have some particularly fine bargain* I Lumber j I I Ii. 'p.,

fRESH FLORIDA SYRUPl to otter just now, and they invite 'oranna, ::;r.J. (.bn.lE-n..t'o. to HullrrRn.Ul ( -- .,..".---. f i"i -' .
1 oUr : 1
and invetigat"e .
von to come same :
fvuckmham.; : I>avi., to or.1fr I f
I IHII''i.
You will never regret having: done I ; i : 'j'
. ALLON, JUGS, i5cts PER GALLON kk KIM !-ndymIOD.I: :>.'. JMIersln. to Kaars.Uunxntytl'o 7:
-- -. WATERMELONS AT lr Kill!:. County, :'fI i, Sailer, to order t : J
* \vi: II.\SUI.-: ; THEOARFIKLD ICE C< 'S. ItU.ICO'lItI. U-l. BiKKS Mat t....", to S S L I o :NATHAN: (;. roi:('IMI.MII: : ;, i"n>iriHor. I i J' \ :I

f F. Gonzalez & Co's Corn Meal = Elegant china closets >Hut It or Anna Avirmor"Australia K Marie, Itl K'W.,:!..I Fager:!H. Ros"n.Ttoto.ton to,to to ord..r ltosaao order Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street. ;j i J;; ;. t. ; i iit

I sideboards and leather-I
f i\n.rsiviiY.: : 'seat chairs at Jlfarston Alexander La'A\.IItJ. Haer.rn. THK SANTA 11OSAIIATHINO Fishing tackle of all
k $ 10: W S Kej'tr.tCoIt i kinds / j.
lI..r-llih..rt': lull. Pet-to to Kaars Duo 1j. t
Quina'sLow prices; easy Ipaymell Oo..Iy" Co I "CBI-' K.TABMM1MK.NTItdthin J and good crab nets at the 1 1JJ"illhs Ji lit litJ
It EInlstone.7Y.CapnrotoordrrNor: : l

SOL CAHN & CO.i| \ __ _- Nor Hu2O.Figaro.lwi..Nielsen...... Hans-t-n,tourdvrKus to order : ? in the warm zulf waters is i\' Ilardwaer Cos.I i i! !' j't i II
: : Khe trN. :o.yroo., to ord..rHr 'conceeded to be the flue-it iu the: II :. .
Cleaning ladies skirts and waist t a"flml't'r.I"i.GtJtal1.:: loonier 'world. Everythinz: for plea lure with I VIRGINIA COLLEGE I i iE
>or ,aQheam. +t4. Anderson to order 1 I Hood board and $
lodging, by
safety. :
; is one of err specialties. Star Laan- It Tbotn, "' >:j, l.auro. to order For YOr.NO IAnir' I" : ;
* ; .
; week. Luncheon I Koanokp.a
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS k the day or prompt. I ?
dry. IHRKF.'iTI"" 1 E
.peniHpt NFuuagLadie
all hours, ni : of I
served at day or tbe
Ara Herbert A Fuller W7. Nasa, to order ly ? I| !Schools for 8'lt'A ,_ t f
in tbri.New
H. Briuo.v
Br-kcdaact: : Lee to SSLCoSt11WNF.Rim bUilding piano I
: Palafox Intendencia Streets. it
icr and '
I <
.... toI Jl'I- ..,.,.:.-i\A'lrt1JIL'....",........ ...... ..... 1'. 2tn-tf Manager.The Cftmpo.ltn.crei.ry in Valley of VnM Brand famed moonllln for ICIIO"- t
health II
desmn? H good Bata Inre.I- Am Hirmar 8. .< > Pcnsacola, Fla. =J IJiKTiK for small sums of mODI''". with Merritt A Co fine't line of sterling silver COnlrrvatorradvantagps! tcacfien.,, A-Fun. MU.eouraa', ( /'
m MCrllent rate of latermt. write u', for Br )la Darling Ul. Albany, to ::!Imp. Roods and silver novelties i; to be locution: Mndents from :,mr Wtat and. i ,,
particulars A resident solicitor wanted, s1't'onH'lvaola , I o For C&talollll' found J. I. Prices
at Stephens' to
:\. ... ........ Improvement A Inve'traent \m Mary Saotord. .>', McDonald,t( .Joo I MAITII't'.H\lUfl'4.Prtooldfoonr.
:\: ....... .. .. Co .7uJEarrtulldnglteanngPa. iTJylw A Merrill Co l I I i please all. Koaaoke, V&, 't tI

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mil Will Alit Wmt.Janes .
c "let the GOLD DIST twins do your work." SEAS Endorses! Lydia ,E.: Pinkbaui's ,
!, J. Hill:!, the railway is.iirn.ite.spoatin ,
Vegetable Compound After No. 720 Seventeenth St., WASHINGTON, D, C,

FOIb,)\\ ihh Its Retort For ? fur tlIeortb.'l'n IMoia'cPiiirt t' ...

1i i [ICopyrl;:Ft, 1!.>ij:!, bj- C. C. Lewls.1 Years. liiuton: combination said to a proml- "If
Lat every suffering woman If you are a ,
L ', ,
The linjii.fcii whniins ship Joha Bradford neat citizen! of Omaha the other day has the same experience with man we w .
was in arctic! Sf'Ylwn! about "Da u :Mm:". lilu"-Tlt"a1th: is that it was his intention to cut rateson UW of Cirdui that I had, that Wm" ,,f ar .. '

t' retnii to snuthtru' latitude!, a I the greatest and therefore Ux.'n bf>towed uu humanity lumber from the northwest to such your medicine will be most fails to C'l'iip! .. .. ,,

r..c! ;q.r:'ng; up and drove her into t'ae restore K}"t health anythingthat i i", a blessing.can I low figures that lumber rates in the |, popular. About a YUt ago case of b-:,ai. ;,, .'

I I-1- p: i-ks. One ni "Lt the lookout re- contidi I.lia Pinlvlium's I began to have a worn out (. empsat! :. at!:la. tt it .
I Yog- Missouri river citks! would take a tired feeling with lassitude l.env: .-
i '; tcO a lilit!; aLcnd. and scon a brig; NaMe Cinjspouud
I a blessing to lIe intimated that such rates would be pains in the back and head drO'ls lJf It!. .-
dro\i' "I'v with! only one li,:ht in her state and J.t'Ull. It cures her mothers u
northern and which kept increasing: to our I aipartment -. .\ .
made could drive the every "' .
.ilini window! Sin' was :-ailvd. but and daughters and makes them
month. I fdt ,,
that I needed 1'ojvne1 :.- -,
will and lumber out of western mar &r e
o'le applaud on her decks.Ve .trvng.: southern
no but tr .
r something, to get the p-r .
"t'JMI I'.' and all night listtii.'d to the lets He said: I right medicine was the trnuxaliw Qtl'f",. tent to givau t' '.

t !Ko SCB. Po'ii. Soda or Ammonia is needed: witi mournful tolilt:? of her bell! "A short time ago! when I visited the ble. I finally decided on Jones was i ire i i ito f.

i 1i Lea lii'r.-iiiiii; broke: at (last the Iris; lumber! fields of Washington:, and Oregon your Wine of Cardui and only needed to ing the aJ'I"1C'h&u was fr. c

GOLD DUST was a toile to windward. There was I called the lumbermen'rand ; I take three" bottles when I was fully recovered. her by the Ladies' Adu rv. ,..

n't much wind. but there was still an ment. Miss Ow'enswas curt w :

1 :*,th Mt water and lets effort you can clean ar>y i'i' ugly; sea on. TIc whaler made: !'ailllnd offered to haul their lumber to |HEX Miss Rose Owens, *ho advice by just being a $1 1 t. ,TWineof

:hire e.DCl.Ithe house better easier and cheaper than has Cardui from her i IT. ; .'
[W a responsible position in i
J 04'H up to the Krelict; and a plain ,
.Ih niL
s soap or any ether cleanser. Ones try a I taking this .h me I i. t .
the Government service
t1 shays tuyit ii:1! of her t-lowcd that she had In- home '
1 Washington D. C. decided to No d f r. -,.
t ,
j It e I been a wanderer. Her oncehite / aminatioreatment
1r Xldeor.'y! ty THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY', r try Wine of Cardui, she made: a wise or a tv .
h Gt.aeo.. ? -- .

1 of OVAL FAIRY SOAP. 1 herd and there a great patch of mold. been relieved of female weakness by this have writ:1.. I 1- ... t

/ j It was only after the whaler had \ same Wine of Cardui. It i3 i not a enough! to lead you to dt' e

i jund a bh'.nk cartridge (rum her ;it ., t.rd strong medicine but may be taken every rid of suffering
; ;
; .
+rlt Edward Enjoys Sea Breezes. :; ..Miiii! gun uud great: shout had been '\ : t e day in the rear by any woman with August 13. 1!a10, MM. \V. H.

t''i-t Cow 'S, !#!.. oiVi :;ht, July 1C.-AbulMin i, I taltd( by her crow that any stuns of / ( : :, I! ? benefit.! It does not force results, but of l'ameronMo., wnt..:

h s i ivMit-d at 11.21: : n't lork this i'I life- \\ert1 I I'bsened bard the brig.: K'J'A 'Y 1 w .iA A corrects derangements of the menstrual, "I suffered terribly at monthly pen ;t.

morning says "His majesty borethe Then a tiruri 'ir.erjieU fr< 1:1 the' '/-. x-Ji.::'''''1-A'>.V''f' ,' ,:' _t '- t t t organs. It strengthens the nervous for three years 1 would: sometime-- g Y

:s. "( '; system, gives tone to the bodily functions seven months with no flow at all. N ,
"I' r Journey from London to Coues i I aid stiKxl with: hands! on tlarail and 'E
acM directly on the jrenital I have health! back
:+ my again ana .
PI:1NfH- Vihe wl'A.
utrf'mt'IJ'f'II. suffered stared bard tine r.radt'onl. *
and at The
no in : tig-
: ;
j t and is the finest tonic for b confines
Practicing: I'!.\ uu amid I.< turer. organs woexpecting to < in Januar
1 c on\"nIE.r.l'p in the process of moving I 1I1't'n,; so hootli'd and enveloped that known to the science of medicine. "
''Forfifteent.iri: I have noted theeffeet men praise your medicine: eu'>U{;
f The king had a good msht.; His gen. rno man could l-e sure of the sex withi' -

t al! condition is oxrclU-nt. lie isn..irh ;i 'i' oat a :glass! but the wh.iUr captain. of jour Vetret.iMe! Compound in '
''cial iiM-iM-! f A Sl.f.w.
> n.n:
R curing; si > t women. !
rt h gratified at the change of air! r i i who had! his ;has, to his eye, had "I know of nothing: superior for [WINE O fCARDVI LaC".J I r, !

end 1"'Of' His! majesty: had his eont'i i I : .(':!rrly brought: the Ik'tin- into focus ovarian trouble, }.:ur'nnt'hs, and it pleate'u

+ I 4 wheeled out upon the open deck forwo I when he cave a start and cried out: li.ti: prevented hundred of dangerous .

hours > >-stnla.v attornoon." "R'-fiic" I:1-,1. men thatS a young operationTihere phxsicians claimed! -- -- -- -

wonuiii and probably the only Ihinj 1 it was the only chance to get well THE NEW
Ulceration and inflammation of the STORE
I soul alxard: Jet; up a cheer and wares
t Strikers' Places Being Filled. womb has U-en cured in two or three
hats to K-t Inr know that s
I Jluntir ton. \V. Va. July l' I your > salvatine weeks through its use, and as I find It ()- ::-::-::: ::: ::: :: :: ::: :: :::::--::-::: ::: -::: I'
l 1 is at hand!
Ir (' .! minors from Virginia! anJ I purely an herbal remedy, I unhositat-

4 Xoith Carolina arrived !In the Flat Toj I I! The oiullU-d lure did nt make a iiiL'ly give it niy highest endorsement. JAMES: J. HILL.Missouri WILL MOVER

I| mo\e in answer to the cheers and pes- Fraternally yours DR. I'. Vim oqui,
1 coal held today to take the places va. river common points for 4,1
:' tUrt's.S the whaler ran past the brig Lansing Mich.1 "-$5000 forfeit if tl+,IKV res-
j1' cat*! by strikers. and 50 cents. Since I came back( and
Practically no 1 I Keeps a Complete First-Class
and then viewed up and snugged down t.mUnl<1l u nut genuine.If Up-to-Date Stockof
4 strikers now remain in the ]Norfolk have given the matter closer attentionI
::: i, to drift with her the woman made her j on are ill do not hesitate: to Fine and

and Western coal fit-Ms. All who have 1 I way across the deck: and disappeared: pot a bottle of Lydia; K. Pinkham' find I can assure the lumbermen of Staple Fancy Groceries.No .

i f not returned to work have departe-J 1 I at the northwest even a lower rate than
clown the companion."It's :; Vegetable 30 W. Covernment St.
Salisbury Block.
the one quoted and this will le done."Yes ,
:: for other states. Many of the collieries all right, men," said the captain once, and write to 3Irs. Pink-

yet lack men, but for special ; we will have something to sayabout 1KLEPJIONK: a::..
; new men arcarrh'ing >I In reply to the looks of his crew. "If ham at Lynn, aiass.

i daily.Temporary. that person Is the only person aboard, advice; it is entirely free. the lumber business in the near ,
future, amid the consumers will not be
1cl we may look to find her out of her
tho ones to suffer by change that ICE AND WOOD.
I ,
: Repairs on Illinois. right mind. The loneliness would bare
A pia of Genoa laden with n miscellaneous may be brought; about. Of course we
Christiana. :Norway July 10.-ThaUnited )driven' her insane.V11 stand by tills '
cargo: for .Australia and she had want to be able! to haul full train loads
States battleship Illinois wai the sea goes down and then find all WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L.i RGER TRADE
been down among the ice fur over four down from the northwest, and if we
: towed into the inner harbor today anJ I I : about it."
je.irs How she: came to be driven so do not haul lumber what on earth can THIS SUMMER THAN EVE' TEFCRE
dims are now trying to temporarily r j All that day and all the night follow.
r far south no man could tell and what we haul? It is true we have other
the which | ins the whaler stood and waited fur
repair damago; she sustained by :
had Ucome of the fifteen men of her freight; west, but we cannot afford to SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW.
t it Monday l when she struck an I the sea to calm down until it was safe I "
crew was another mystery. Frr years: run our trains back empty;
niistrurtliinhilf: btamline; into that e, to launch a boat. The infernal tolling! that voting woman who had become Thompson Olsen d Co.

outer harbor M that she can proceed I''Of the brio's; bell was ever In the oars tincaptain's !bride jit before sailing, Ollie ,
tt to Chatham. England and Into ; of the crew but not once did they get I "I.t't'nlah'
,1 ,
go dry ( had been alone in that brig.: There had
In the corridor! of 71 Pirii.tdwa.:: Manresa Street
Telef J \
Uotk. sight of the woman. Her first appearaneo '; ,
ri-en food! and! water\ in abOndaneeand writes '1f't.rI"ith: In the New Yi-rk(
was her last. One would have
when the coal ;gave out she bad-made lies, some one pointed out a hand-onie
Captain Shot by Steward. arcued: that even were she Insane she ESTABLISHED
fi.e! of the cargo! to keep the cabin man the confidential sit-reta- 1863.
TJrmiswick. (la., July 16.-Captain i 1 would have reappeared been mere young
Move )going.! The log of the brig was! of )11':1'h:1I1: president of the --- -
n.V Sprague; of the schooner John i 1 or less demonstrative, but the watch ry
unsMtig. and the woman had kept nodiJiry. United ::tltl''II'l'l: I .e- McKENZIE
corporation. n
_, II Hutterirk.! was shot hy'iIllaIJ!I' was in A am. When night fell there I and letters OERTING & CO.
but thmwere
)papers ognized Ollie Wren. He cannot be oxertwentyeinht. ,
\ Il assell l. a West India negro who ia j i' was no Ih ;lit from the cabin windows
of o
,4 to a part mystery. Ten years to no lie wistypewriter DEALERS IS- 0
tl'ward. The trouble occurred over r or other quarter, nn.llt appeared as If
t the
Why had death come to woman
and his
; a reprimand by the captain for th jtiward's the lone woman was giving the whaKr: private secretary to
ii I nfter nil I) these years\ of black despair uncle Harry Miner, theinrieal maniigi Ship Chandlery and General Hardware
a hint to resume her null do
ItaurikT. the vessel withoutrmifii t course no
at hand? A doctor ,
Just :'is rescue was 'r, etc. His wages were $1.1 a wtek( ,
f pf- >n. The wound I is very pain-: meddling.! might! hItull.: but the whalers could without prospects. An opening appeared 80S AND COS d. PALAFOI HTUEKT.

ful. but not fatal. The negro waaarr j I' "It looks very queer very queer" only gut"-s. :She had! died with Uith in the New York! office of the Carnegie ___ _e_ .A.GEN'OV _
1 'bt--d! and hi said the captain "but when we board '
]placed jail. I tuid pressed to her heart and there company, mud after much hesitation REVERE
that brig we'll find the: woman n lunatic A. ROEBLINO'S HO.NH
i CO'd!!
look of in her wide! (
fright l1't'nt'YI'S
was a
Ollie left Miner.! When the t'arnege GALVANIZED WIRE A
-- and : HON'S PCMPS.
hiding away or we'll find her
Her fears her loneliness and her
was absorbed( 1 by the steel
t+ Cures Sores,Cancer Ulcers; Costs Blood Nothing Poison to Eating Try. I I'. dead At sunrise in the cabin.nest! "morning the sea wasr ,-...lIt:1I stiff'rings as she drove about : corporation company and Mr. :Schwab became Sinn Girdtgi Pilits 8U! liatleil lostrDnuU CtirU, lulirt, Ih'nCOMPASStM !'

In the frozen seas no human tongue! the active head of the tree '
( j : ; ttlooti I'oi-oti and deadly cancer sum(' t'ntiy calm for a !boat to be lowered .
can toll and the coining of doath at OIHe as his! clerical auxiliary. Not lung C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' -.
{ r are the WI rst and must drrP- .Bated I and the !;.'t'.n'lmnle and three men Benevolent*o
would have been
t hour a
any mercy.All after things; got settled down the man ciation.
i! .l blued di-ea-e e.trlli the, i set out to board the derelict! They
; on yet pi'.it-r which could I toe found who did: not break the bank at Monte .

j.' 1 "..\ !ie-t to cure when Kotanic Blood I boarded by the bows to find the decks: were taken together; with a few souvei'irs Carlo said:

.J li.ilm M i-ed.: If you Have bluo covered by two feet of solid Ice and a I ; and when the body of the woman "( illie! do you speculate*" The Star
\ great stile of stuff and to discover Laundry
't" |l'.i"'Ju. Iaoduciug uk-nr-i, \bun pai'i;*,, h:,d been given a sailor's! burial the "I do not." replied I Wrt'n."That's ,
plenty of eudem-es that she had been
whaler t tilled:! and loft thedfrelief! "
away ''
;;. Minples.l niueuou-i p.4tchs falling: right; ; I'm glad you Co not.
Coat: and u'K-ared for for
I year They tii In r f-tte. The storyas told to theptevs. Schwab "Yon will:! find
+I. ..ur, itching in.crnflllaoldrheu: on. manyopportunities
..looked( into the deckhouse, but neither the papers were forwarded to in this t'ti'ila's to Biggest, Busiest Best !
i j .cati: -in or uaeu..ivfntmofccttrrh' ,, living nor dead) were to IK seen. They sperulate I
the owners at (;"lIla, and that was the but "lit that alone, and I'II''
i' -c.lmirid jicale; *, deadly c.uicereat-. looked into the ijr.arters of the loat- game -- -- -- --
dais of incident! that left Its Im-
t A :t sea take care of ou.111',1 faithfully! to
,, sugbi4'edlii; festering sores -wellliiTS !swain sailtnaker and cook, hut found the reckless rough hearted
r4. : I'ft.lttl upon your duties and I will make you a rich 27v An Eveiiinu; Call on
nothing. Then they turned to the cab-
lump*. por-i-tont w.rt: or
"t, i, .\ take Kotiuic HI."ct| )IJilm j 4 Hiwr"rpn's first with Mr. Your Swell
I year / jL iftOiCVs Fricm!
f will cure even the -vor-it ct-e after r and the mate had to strike a match to alive they would have sympathized, rf ,
Schwab him .*litimO.
f" brought
"vt-ryttiin.Nf fail... It. 15. It. drain i timl his way to the lamp. Its light!;;
I but when they remembered that it wasa y..u wi I find will biw.u ,
: lie |"'i.u out 'f the-yteii Iud i the shinned! him an empty cabin I but when : woman who had lived in black! de- 'r 1 Mil
\ bind, three iiejN. iakint' Itrdcehogs nntl KUKK.Some '. 'n ( P cfivt-d if
everyOIH : you are wt-li: uiddrered .
he had opened the doors I.f four or fi reIlh'rol11s j spuir for they dared not trust .,
the blood pure and rich! and builditiiT years years a:.:". not being able tll> account
t :- be cause arrosthe woman."oices to their pity.M. and your liueu i- n ; .-
up the brokHii-ilitwn body. 1: )" j express for the dsapi; 'aranee of e::i:*. a 'i! t tf
She in her bunk and he r
i\- inic I'.lood H.ilm P.. K. was lying QUAD. ; 'M able.
; H.; A of *
) wire cage trap) was set }in a fowl run. Et r' i
: tuuiislit! her but investigation! I )
; .'t't'hly tf>'ll'lt for : : 4'y
After little time this occupied- alway. { a nun'w
a was rr Bailiffs : he:
.. -!, U I lar e buttle. Trial]l proved that she had boon dead for about
per ;; If the best you can say your
nut by a r'it. but a fine hedgehog tilled -tinct- by the condition
I' ( IIi i 1-
: r : treatment free by writing Blood i I hours. I reighlmr is in reply to the worst ue fes;

I'1 i. Halm Co., Atlanta, It. I\e cribt a': Whin the state of affairs! was sIt! :- said about don't say it.-Baltimore to its utmiM capacity the trap. It ; and he goes into her pr'- -' <
| you ,
: ; ,J tl'flublt'11,1 free HdvictKiveu w .ts reset to be tilled in a few days by niored with betiuty wi ,
naled to the whaler her captain came Nt\vs. "H -
II I I I''; until i-ur'-d. IS It. 1 B. doe-. nol*t aboard and spent I'cn-railiours in solviug I Mrs.I IIfIgt-lit:; No more I'H'rc 14- 1f g collar-and cut!. !h.l\-" !bf"-':. I i.

T: il J' } rontain: }'/ hone or in F rcurjthor I missed.-Lund'in Times. i
I the mystery. The craft was thef One-third of the United! : States proper t., at the Star Laundry
r 1. 11 i a 0; ;sir many adveiti "d r'm..lil' do J I
i I' I. but i* compiled 1 of I'uie Hot.iiuc In- Is vacant land.i HtliiiUiil.Illggins .

'' I : redipnt; <. ivr :*C
!I'i { t' curty! taking; llot.imc Blood IS.ilu;i thug: store or moiK-inc! dialer and geta : i! Acts Immediately. 1 Idling al-or.t? I never see you when: ALL WORK c. o. D. Goads Called for and Delwrel Fr.: :

H. j i ..I 11. B. iFoley's i-:. box of Chamberlain's Stomach and : f"I Ids,!: are sometimes more troubles you have anything to lIt).
I'oJ ST.
l' CI.13TOL1.Lii. Liver TaM...". The best phvsuThoy! n:" in slimmer than in winter it's Wiggins-The;; fact i is. It takes so

}) I I t 1 I mitt tho 1."P Ltd toy {Hale) A\\ar\:\ !''lIt! aUo'irro(.t disorders "'t the eti'mach: s i !ar.i to keep from adding! to them murk of my time looking after other WALKER INGRAHAM

t I'nce :23!; cdn's.D1Lf3TOItI1L.. iwl I ;It' cooling oil after exercise. One folk,*' bu-iness I have cone left for':, Manager.TIME .
.f.. I: tu'lltt.i:' :M'nit": Cough Cure cures at once. findsomething
-- --- I : looking after uiy own. Ilou't you
t', .1 ; :tI" : : : : IA -i :li'ttMy safe. Acts immediately. I ; like the some trouLla yourself TABLE.

a-art the a had t.: Hazy l ails, :;t2 ( Si'i'': lire for coughs, colds, croup
': f I. Honey ana Tar d : : at and lung troubles. Ilargis' :, ?-Ioston TranscriptI'our

I"" fr: "f .? Sigaitsre of #-f.t 4-Y-f :Ka.r.P' i'njacyt' John Sheppard and Sidney Cl<'n.*ln. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD-

:. :'t.waydulswrusealwlt "And. you see, there are plenty of ,i

1 Ilfl .. clog ." said the tint showing a : New Orleans and Mobile.
wliisktYtlnYttytai 1.- owner
tf": I __ ___ _, __ __ _
." 'I i}; lady through the apartments. '
j i LAW So./I. to.e. So.!. i .
I fI i' t ;, } Seasonable household DEPARTMENT "Do you Ball those closets! repliedthe 'I 7:13 a 13ISm: I Ito.'i p L'Iive.... PPDncol. .._..ArrIY. No.S.5:111. No b.ei I .\i.,
lad,,. "Why. gracious me, they'renot ; 5:Se a 2at7: P' 1'r.! a Leave_.... "lomMon.... Leave 'I ::aS! a :.itJ p .' D
I ; and kitchen utensils at the -OK- I 1tJ a creep 2:55 a L..ave..._ Mobile .... Leave l.binet 1.t5 n '. p
to family
big enough even keep our
; I
"::!5p T:!I a Leave.. Now (deans. _Leave 9: op 15a
, .'( ]Willis\ ]rdware Co. 's. I! John B. Stetson University skeleton _:"-\ llkl'rs:' Statesman. I -- ---North. :: -

IIt.-I When Other Medicines Have Failed -

: ;. The man who owns M* own home i .. .
No. i. Sf
t IDo Xjnuicl. T'loi-ici/x. Take Foley's Kidney Cure. It has So. 1 No
: i. insures himself again-t lots of Ila.i pm 1:15pm I Lt'ave..Pen ..cola..Arrlve 4:t.lpm I'iJ.m,
; .t : trouble and worry. Nobody can: JOHN I'. FOKItKS.: I'h. U? I'rl''hl lIt.IBEItT .FAIMCAH, Lit B.. Dean cured when everything else has dis 1\:15 am 8:5. pm Arrive... Montgomery _.r.nvlI Itl a m 9:9; p JJ\
r 1 appointed. Sold by W. A. D'AUe- i 11:59: am 8\J'' pm I Arrlve Hllmlnll1I1U; _.I.un !IIjI. '
m 4 'Ai
: i rai-ehis rent, and the rent day: huao : pm
: .
t'l l'a11 Tt'I'm ( ".mme.'II.t."> October 1 IUr': 7oepm aaiam : ArrIT8..... Nalbvllh, ._...r,. ne
uerte South Palafox
r ", I terrors for him. It's easy to own 121: street. I 2: J" m :t3. m i Arrive.. Louisville .....Lave 91S t.\
:f !1. .. TWO EARS' orR'*E Th" L.ur .. .. pm a m
a home uow-a-day*. Thos. C. i l p rtm nt of John It Stetson University !tInsat"o.yrlH..cour..I."ctln ,71).m: 11iIl.m: I IArrtve"CIDclno.tL..LuV8 8'JJpm 1I.Iipm:
; > to tho degree! of LL. B I 7:91 a m 1tlp m I Arrive. St, Lams .Leave !
,. Watson & Co. can tell you how DEiREEAIMII'sToTHE HAR-Tiled.plumaottheLawDepartnentofJobnB& There's lots of money to be madein -=!ipm_ s sa pm

easy it !". Call and seo them. Itl't: oo rnivertily "dl1ltt to the Ksr real estate-lots of it. A real estate PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
FL' RTH ER 1NKOKMATJON-tortlie! Law Announcement of 12-3. and all otber der i is _
sign usually a fingerboard to
Jloforniation; regarding theLawDepartmn.nt.afdress No. 21-0aIl1 No. 8-0a1111 I No stop where time not Shown I No. 2-0a1l1 o. rLaar
ALBERT J. FAKRAH Dean of Law! Department. wealth. Thos. C. Watson & _

Co. the leading Real Estate firm 11:55 p m TOO a m ''Le.n... ._ Pen.acoltl.Arrlve 11)M m /I so m
De p
Land P
11 ;
KIDNEY DIKHSEStn have some offers which it wouldbe 1:15 night 7Ii: :: :: .... obf'mla ........ :: 1<):37' : 101,'
--- -- I 10" 7:1" ... Ynte.tra ......... i)54 .t III
worth while to consider. Go ........ ..
your I 1 ::!:I" 7.Ii" .Escembia: .__. 10:8:1: M 1'i's7 '
and see them to-day and don't wait 11'85" 7'I'i" _.. __ Mula _..._ If pLS 5:45
UM molt fatal of all db90IINEY Tulane University of Louisiana. till to-morrow. I U:3' 7.!'! _. .._Harp ..... ...- 10:1" 5."
1t:5&) 7'3.\ .........Goltcity: ......... If 10:1 5."")
-- I. U.5rI" 799 :: :: ....... Milton .., __ :: 11)1:1: 5:11
I&CL Ne Orlonns. i Marston $ Quina are sole I:$) e m ..... ..... (jood: KaOI8.._ _.. : 45S
I 55" ..15" .m. .... Holtl .... ._ 8S. 1.116
DIE Iii ; agents for the celebrated I 2I) 'I a, ......... MIIII".n __._ 9:3) CIi:
Fo i 2$1" 9:19! If ........Crelt..iew....._ 9:11 4.'o '
EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LL.D. Pr sid nt. : Odorless refrigerators, II llJJ": 657 ........ileer Land ..__ u 8:3.5" _
I 1.tJ.: 8:11) If ...... MoslY Head ._ s...) g e
absolutely guaranteed or .;0J3" I:. j" .DeFnntekSprings.. bld II s.49
Full Courses In Languages Sciences. r. I>cneenoi. Law Iedlcln... Pharmacy. Art 4:15 9:44 "
"""'- J. :i
:j of monif ftfundid. Cortiinircffltdlei Seven Separate: lepartment sixteen 8ull.1:01. Extensive Libraries, Laboratories\ money refunded. I .:.1' '; 7' ....Ponce de Leol1.-- 7f.: 2 s
and Workshops. Splendid Department far Women in the t'comb! College I $:w" 1)):10 .. _Weltvllle_._ 7,17" I '<,

i ; rccofniztd by cmlwnt I' Tulane makes leaders In all vacation Its facilities for Instruction are I, II\JII" la n' .. _.._ CaryvI1l8._ lU" I.,.
r unlnrp..ul'd IIJ.'I"! 10):*) ___.IoDlfa1: _... !
In the South.: EUht.v-ix instructors and 1S3: students Ian session. Many ? I
f phy dana u the bat lot in tbeacadeni department open to Louisiana boy. Expense of scholarship cholarbblps student PARKER'S : 8;')) 10:17" _.. ._.lhlple1.. 6:1T I aba
$ 1175; r session. Board and lodging Indorm.tort..t low rates. Opportunities afTorded ..._ ..!tIR. BALSAM ) IbJ7" .....Cotto0l1aI8__ e.14 Ipo: L aa
KJW1 and BUddcr troublu. academic students for selt-belp. In the Academic Collegeno boy, if properly ""-'CK* tad t4H.f.ct lit !SaIL! 7 1O" 11:25 .._....Marianne .. __. eI"( ) I is ,itT:50
prepared Promote a luxrtnl ,roa.1.Aever 11.5" ....._ .. "
for cokege .wort will be turned.'ay from inability: to pay tuition. Next Cypress 6S 11'" amT
W "M sess;oa be. I full to Beitor Gray .. "
PIUCI aw "
) 1I:5 Grand "
t gins October ut. Send for Catalogue. Hair \0 ". Tauthfal Color. : .. Rldge 6Jt. 11 "J
rj t e D'ALEMBERTE. I L9re.r. p d ...... II au temg.I 7:5rI I. Las nOOil tneadl 61" : a
,, W. A. Address, R. K.BRCFFSecretary. I i.eid$1wt" Dn. ... !I 8; 1:15": Arrire.ilyerhactloaLeeve" e. ,Sel
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A BIT concealed nothing fn the metter-of I \: -.
Digests the official communication from the ,
,1 "
German government which it was
Kodol what you OF WORK claim*'d. I had purloined from the foreign j h

office they first arrested and
Eat searched ray person even ripping off ,
tCcpyright, 19(, by C B. Lewis.! "
tin h"es! of my sb t's. Then four keen
During the last years of his life f;
wined detectives spent a week in my I
James Sarsfieid the retired manufacturer .
Dyspepsia Cure apartments and actually tore some of J :
who was known to he worthat
the walls out and went over every ., ,I

rc never makes: mistake and the preparation which duplicates least 2.:->0,000, quarreled with vari- piece cf fun!ture inch by inch. They .'

.Mt"',' man not fail. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure never fails because it diur ous relatives, including his son and found nothing and I laughed in my for infants and Children.The .

,' fo- d Iy> nature's pnlC *ii. Its affect equally prompton natural heir, and when he died a will sleeve. During all 1 search, and for t
.t-. h y.' atonal and chronic cases of indigestion, dyspepsia and stomachr was produced which gave most of his two weeks after ttil''1 tter was lying Kind You JIu'chn13's Bought ha borne the siynature -
It digests what eat while the of Chat. II. Fletcher mill has been made tinder his :
:.:i.ei.feurykiml. you stomach rests. property to his valet. This will as it among a heap of cards, invitations and ,
'q ditn K U necessary. Eat all the good food you want. "We have bills on the center table of my parlor personal snperviaion> for OH'r0 ) ('aN. Alloy no ono !

,;? ii eats: Kodol Dyspepsia! Cure for the past two years and have also was proved was made by a lawyer of and because It was iu plain view the to deceive jou in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and"JiMasgood" 1 ; l
..e.llt.) write Bowman & Sons, of Valley Furnace W. Va.. "and never shady reputation, but was In proper
t. searchers had overlooked it. Again, but and the
tad of a failure. We are so confident of its merits that we sell every form In every respect and had to be : arc Ilxperiments endanger: t'
I uaraDtet ." Kodol when some mechanical drawings were health i,f Children-Kxperiencc against CXlwr llleut.
pttleuuderourpersonal", : Dyspepsia Cure never fails. admitted. The valet whose name was .
missed from the engineering department
All Stomach Troubles. Marks, bad been in service about three
Cures years. A reputable law firm bad drawnup and traced to my house there The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears

1'> ;. nl j ".yF-0 !.ItWltt & ('\0.. Chicago. The bottle contains:2mimes the 50c. size. a will for SarsflelJ five years before was a search lasting three days and
Miller front biliousness jet the papers rested on a shelf! in the the Signature of
n IU or constipation use the famous little liver his death. This will could not he

I .' ,,,!.'' 1\\ n as DeWitt's Little EARLY RISERS. They never gripe found, but in place of it camlhe will butler's pantry all the time. I hall only
to size! Marks 1 who weal!!!
up as a man
Pharmacy Sidney: Kahn. In favor of the valet and dating back
John SheppardHarris' not overdo! the
thing to guess where he
only a year The lawyers engaged by
would! conceal the will and %
I hit him!
---- -- -- -
- the son felt sure that there were a conspiracy -
I I off the first time. M. QUADProrr.eor
*M ." aDd "Goole" at West Point. "If lea Hn\f a Te t. lint It." and a plot and that the first .

t'! ,. .';arl\ days' f the United States It vvonM! aj>;nT front reports now will had been destroyed or suppressedand t

,,' '..:;:, :.'adt'n.y; at West Point the i-oiniii4! from I5althiicre that the vlMtati the second will was a deception.If foorf"'. Cooler. In Use For: Over 30 Years.Importer .

r\. ., v*,-,.1 !Itl>'li in the ?raJuatin; >i.- of st'U'iitii) year locusts may he had destroyed the will!! he Professor! Willis L. Moore, chief of twr rr..u. COML. + ...... ST.ret en, r t

" .. i i"l! 'Mar" and the first j: pum a bicssIti in di!'K\iisp, as Fen'ralIhrl'riin would feel l perfectly safe and perhaps the: weather bureau: at Washington a, l-'L .,
has filed i"
. ..ii the list of t-Tiidu.iU <>: ,. nut t'l say voiacious, citizens boast of It. As he had not done so, the application for a patent on

, ," s lii.i.n made eilil'-llieUiiUS! of that town have divided to eat conclusion was reached that the paper what he calla gi av',ty air cooling, drying I ui11-iii; 5- Every Woman
and purifying mailnne. the ;
\ objectof ._
ii ..tar! placed after them tIc la.-rets Tire t'I'll tIl'l'JIS from the was still in eiistence. It is a curious ,
which i is to keep down the temperature ,. \, i aeluere.tad.n .!.ouM knowK ;
. .* ate less fortunate and Monutiunal City d'dilre. however fact that criminals are loath to destroy V ","Iel'r", '
, ,ii...-t the other cud of the that tu".v are 1I.'t eatins loouets because certain evidence against them. Dozensof indoois l In hot weather Professor I fill llhJI r liii 'i ''' i I"' t
Moore Lis .
iuvuition which la the lJ \ CJ "I'TWw'wta.lN.rliMt.
says : S: Jnj.e.V
,.. ..11 as "ioat: The des'r.yr they have: to{ but l because they instances can be cited where papers *.sfs S*;-eSCOv. ",* .' .I\"' -"r,

f '. ..0.: t" is a. ctlullnrativeiy I new-0r want: to. In other words they! say It which would convict them offhand I ana lIt'IlIHsln- I N >X '..CTi. V-Uj."'/ -I'1 II I'!..'.<...II."_.':.'h..IlL!/, f i"

i'!.f' I jilui'O! (>f 'I Unlbrtnh', I Ii nut n duty l but a I'll':1' ar{'; that poorle have been preserved years Insteadof i>t oor .....I.t 1\0,H.I f !
ate tinuT promptly destroyed. I do I I, lib; i'.,,'L .ill'll!) 1M ,., t.
.I.M a imcilnr of Ibl"I I : in Scriptural times Tmd not propose! Chinese and Japanese M\IUI.l., .rf|., so ,.
i" irirni-J! that l.e \\ oiJiwrtal" that thc inseits! make ilvliclnus food. to boast of what I have done, but simply 01:...r, I'tit.4 nil i',i,, I '.'rl!. l V 7' ;i1'I..ntlPl
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I t+" tbd I' K yr} "
;.J Iel:tion, and, This .ir.reits a way for mettin; other to admit that I am a pretty slick! Fancy Goods, I Id | HII..1 il'.nln.1 .w' "- In"'o.- J a.
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.' u" Ins parents the chimi : I ih.lieultiesMiy! should we not become man. I had called on young Sarsfield'auttornevs. .
', among the "low ettivoiotis? Ando we say to fur legal: advice, and by accident -' FINE CHINA TEAS i i llooin :<: c Tirav Elds. New York. I'

_l'al'lI'tl! to his father our farmer fiumK "If joti have a the case came up to be talked of !I 31 South Palafox St. j

-hall I loe an I I," pest eat It."-KifhiuonJahliv fispatcln I did nut enter into their emplov They: !I Laundry Oflice. Pensacola Fl.i i i NOTICK.I .
i. term would be undi'r- said it would be worth so much to themif S : i I I have been authorized! to takeubcnptionp

In lint Weather.for the will was found and I Fit out to |I 1 1 a f !: forVm.. Jemningaa '
.d'! a Utter congrati Ilule, the inana;:i'moiit of chil- find it. I heard all that had taken !

..., ',\ ins the assurance drew in hot weather. puMished' by the place, and I retired to think the matter I Bryan'rapf"- "The Commoner.ThN'l"tmylpsuil's.resurenor ,
: The i- $l.iml >1'.ar in ads
\'. 'd as a reward for IPJ the ObsietiKal society of Left me ask the reader where liPI I I t | to C,5TsamofCnpaiba: i vatic. Those! desiring the papert'hel.
> ) 'n4 : Injwtionv (@/ I
.1 "Ih.ttntllliw'k.\ Philadelphia say that infants should would have looked for that paper' llVf -.Ureiaahourathe \ can 'have it ,-iit u them by sendingJl.OOto
f II,,, !'tllry is." s nilimiirtal' III' luthetl in lukt.vv.iriu water once a Every inch of the house had been .. : the underlulled.H.M.RiKKE.; ,
"MI. irrq-t "lth''Jt nylntln' I
'.: ('.i I << L" ( Sill 0( ttr II I OIfIlGGISn I Care Daily NeWS
'. after he heft the / twice a day. Tight a'idaginj stroll!; box nor jet in !safe deposit Ins

;". d! the title 'Suiiiior-, fh\tut.1le avoided and all clothing except bank. It was not lying in a book

.,{ his country. the tunnel inner garment light in the library, hidden under a floor nor :, i
. ; 1. cixjl and liK'!Je. The Infant shoulJbll't'III concealed in a secret drawer. It was THE GARDEN SECTIONIFensaoola

liy itsl't1111! lie put to bell at resuh not among the rubbish in the 3rrl.t''s -.
I'"".m III l.n..II. >r hours Spirits, cordials or soothing nor yet IB an empty wine cask down o-OF-o

I. ,.' f t.,rt that the fonlittnaca \- sirups should never be given without cellar. The search of the house had l i l l>R<1FtSSOft; WILLIS L. MOORE. \

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'" I \ wild I'Wuiiu'S n should he given plenty of fresh air and it. My first move was to get sight of I ; ; :, will !keep living rooms .- --

,, upon the cuticle taken out in the cool of the morn- I MarksAs soon jis thaw !hhnIjread at temperature of "U to 7'J degrees in Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. :

.>,.. uitnner of Hlim lug: and early evening,-Philadelphia I craft and cunning 1n hisTharacter and till; h ,tl't weather, The cost of the .

: ,' :: v',.tW Itel'ulinr fact Times. pit my lln >. If he had not destroyed machine will be so small that it will

: ...: .. ..y poisonousvhHi the will be had realized that it might be within the reach of nearly all, so Beautiful Lots for Sale. r

'- ",,' t. tlmiuu) when dry] ( nilertrround Mountain. searched for and he would avoid that the horrors sweltering in stuffy

: :",'f1'-tv! safe. It pro The conductors: of the trigonometrical the mistake of hiding; it too securely rooms of the city during midsummer 40x137 feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord- '

: ," .r' titan juito! a survey in India have made a singular It may surprise you to learn that you will be materially lessened. The nppirntus ing to location and surroundings. I

I JIco'e'flll'Y have reason: to cannot hide a shilling pierein your is so simple that any one can -- I
.." C I:, a .i Sc 'nitt1 ;: rn'e believe that there is in the middle of house against a systematic search by View
Good Neighborhood Beautiful
Exceptionally tHigh
'. Htur In at- India an underground or buried mountain detectives You may bed it into a i0-i

'r 1'1.arclini; range a thousand miles in lensrth. plank or plaster it into a wall, but It Dry Fertile Lands. '

u!'ill be! 1111 which lies parallel with the llimahvas. must come to light Marks had the I

t'ntn'ith! I' The conclusion is based on the natural cunning to realize this and h_ Poisoning the System.It I The grandest opportunity for investment ever \

I. !:i>.in.i [ {fculianties of the local attraction ofirravitatioii would therefore jro to the opposite v,.- io through: the bowels; that the Pensacola.
.1 ... adjornrl t. line deselected body is cleansed impunties Cmstip'aiion offered in .
: : the plumb being treme His coachman was in the employ ; .
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.' t Ir':' ." I southward on the nortli side of of the attorneys and I had only keeps these poisons in thesvsttm :
Dome Seekers Should See These Lots.
.' :":,- : the supposed underground; chain and three or four questions to ask the man. I[ causing headache, dullntss (
and melancholia at first:: then tin
.', norm -'i',,in!.don I northward on the south side. The inference aid Marks ride or drive? He never "
sightly eruptions and finally seri! t i- ::
",; ;1.; '" i.iatleh I i- that a great elongated; mass used a saddle horse, |lout drove a good illness unless a remedy is appli._ -A ClVLlDlDS .

of rwk of exeescive density underlies deal in a dogcart What had he boughtnew ; DeUitts Little Early Risers I ., .

the surface ot the earth between the since coming: into possession of this trouble b.v stimulating the li1'and
1 Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. ,
"" I 'r In Intlllrr.
two observing stations. the property? Nothing of account except promote easy, healthy action 01 ..
Flat i n'r is Known j the dogcart. Three nights after the bowels These little pills do not I l ,

i .i ,1 1 ate laughs, or, jI Second Sight In ('fttfl inv interview with the coachman I was act violently! but by stiengtheninis; ItsC BKESr: WM. H KNOWLKH: w. K HVKIi, IlL, J. 1'1. KKK8K.President. !:. ; .

vi rh he makes I One of the most curious details of admitted to the carnage house to overhaul the bowels enable theta to perform. Vice.Pri-nid-m rhicr Ais't t'mhler. i I j jI

a i uroI"'nn p.y the Mai'Unique (eruption is the pieviMin the cart. There was nothing to their own work Never gripe or ditrehs. -
.11..... .." s to I of disaster which almost all the overhaul except the: cushion of the single Ilargib' Phaunaev. John Slii p I I '

.',?! ,'atlons: I animals in the Island seem to have seat, and it had not been in ray pard and Sidney Kahn. First National Bank

.- !i. in 'A' or wlio I j bad rattle became so II lII'athat hands two minutes before I found I I II

V are frank loyal I they could hardly! 1)(' managed/ dogs where the lining; had been cut open Mrtllcal S jcl" y, Attention.

Tnl movement nu.liNitllecharaiUr. I nvUil eontinu.illy nod showed evtry I and neatly sewed up again I rippedout I Them will be & regular;; meeting of !

j cyitiptotn of fear the :'inJ-J.l's left the out stitches, thrust! my hand in :he Pensacola Medical Society ft' OF PENSACOLA. FLA.D i "
i in '1:' erh I'h'fg1 vicinity of the voli-ano! where they among the curled hair, and behold the I( the Board of Health Off CA it tI -- !

y. I abound and even the birds to I will'' It was wrapped in oil silk and I, o'clockp Tuesday. July 22. IIXOEJ: OT C/n f f i; ; i' .

1 '!,' n i most ohll, Miii and left the trees the ".ntaill In the It had Visitiujr. physicians are cordially :
: on 1I11J ; not damaged: slightest: j WM. H. KNO\YJ.Ei, W. A. BLOUiS'T F. BRKN1 A' K. HfER.JF ,: :1
irresolute! eamltd, I side. All this be it reai-'inbere'l. was reposed in its nest tor over a year and i Invited toattecd. I D. O. HRK.NTMn ; i\ 7!

"r ready to work for in April, weeks before the outbreak. was right;: at hand while the house was DR.W. C. DEWBJKY: .

Man flout' SMIUS to have felt! i'"i piejnouiti"U being searched as if for a needle. +I Pteaidt nt. i

'i'inlectl i ta '(.V arc gcrur ot- the- coming death. i hands\\" ;+'n of th"the paler attorneys was, placed they did in thei not .I I OK.n25ttf I.. DsM. HUICKLK.Secretary.- A m kiiii; Mm Ml t m lilV : : ;i

:..'i, in *U' are n;san- rush with it tor\I.irks and give him nnI I n w
i TUB NEWS Want Olumn. .
,),0. Coenia Honored by l'rUltllll Try :
I alternative.! They wanted to trap and -- -- -- - 1 'I

lir Juan Cocoas, in'Ulster froia Uiupiiay. | punish;, the fellow and so they began:: I.f/rWf! draw oar owu Rills nf Exchange on Ureal KritaHi, JreJ&:1J: ., : "

I: ,'r ,I i'r 'J" IIII'. has notified :Secretary Hay that i suit and finally got him! on the witness i Germany, France, Austria, Italy Holland, Hpaln, JJeijfJara.! RaglA, Nor c i jsay. I'I
'j'I'; rs a pastwte for he has been nriiolnti'd by his! governs LODGE DIRECTORYt '
j siand There he perjured himself over "61en. Denmark and other Fnropn IjInlmjA8. ; i : ,
: c(."tro\'l'rsy limon;: ment! cnibassailor t') the coronation <.t I I and over and added to the penalty but __ ,, j ,

.' tried 1 It. Joiue saj ling 1.I:1rJ11.; lie attended the i he to the end. lie charg:: "-l t (fl VoaaeIa Disbursed open \hu Most Fnor&l Term and tbel l 1 : i

Ui it and will ollly! .' 'r 'monies uf the, coni'cg' of age;: of 1: that was it was gum a put up job to ruin h'mj OF PYTHIA Obligation Taken Payable at Port of fe8'1J18'ton Ten or Fift D I)!jf t ,IZSafety ..;' I P

:\ hungry! for n'11 Kin: :'; Alfon X I II. of Spain in the earnestness ,, after Vessel Arrives there. t
i and denied} with the greatest : >
: rrnwacol. Imttge.!: Nil. 3. K, of P., i iwithwhiDhw8h'n'l"Pr.ft
s.",w urges far2-i*>r s: I same capaiity. Minister Cui'stas Iij that he hid ever s-en the: pper.The : .. : Deposit Boxes for Rent In Connection t ; ;j'
mwttev ry T LIng
1!L. will lecoimrolls Vie .f the of .
it sun pre-sldmt Uruguay.I
j I : him for what I Ie ..
jury sized up at <*; v nt C'astlw Ha; > SHrtment for theUlofRADtcmrq. : !
round; that i'hu'p. '::1II'I however and after a harp leg.ti I I in the mount( -- W.t,cKalldtng / ;
was third floor I : ,
Those fnst Vacation Days. I fight; the will was admitted rand the Visiting brethren oorA'innfclcomed ,,' I i.
01"' hot like rape :II!t!II' in prison .q.'t J0y' .
impostor got twenty years z
Vacation time is here and the children M \ ; 'LHOR1I.EK :
.\ overcome this diI & If wonder over the of r< .

1 "'1'1' very fond ot it. There arc could fairly be no living healthier out of place doors to].. I ing you that enabled me to di'if'O''r the' H. K. K. A N. WE WILL- FURNISH YOUR ROME FREE I 1 ,

0; Keep |1\ Handy. : will let me make it clear to [ t
them. You need only to guard against t ,..n' .'. i ,
"doubtful" have to 'l\'rhyf".Jrt.a";
As a man ti ., tI
tee ::1 I mg time- I I the accidents incidental to most open human nature and pay mere or laurels .. .' ,'a,..I.....ii....",'","i RID f':... nii lf ; i.i,.;, 1 IU'I..01 : I "
I I"
!1,111. ed! i iti L'lIl"ra: II' I j air sports. JCo remedy squat Le\Vitt'i,I attention to criniinolo..v. On s 4r I Again !2Tb (1'i" .. .' '. r.. ',,: ,.. ." I at >yo i tt I

,:,, i \ tu 'nulSj 'P9. !. Witch Hazel Salve for quickly stop different occasions! 1 have It::dapartments l I'. ., 'a"'I' v... 'J '. .,1 e. ,.,.. i' !
.I' f I I'irfiii 1. 1 ; I
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.. .' \ i I ping pain or removing dan.;i-r of sort ; !
I i 'II erne!1 searched tbev : r"rI Erpo.tloshy i* of'.1 ; I f
by .t' ... .. .. ,. .I
For i tits scald:I made the Gold "II..Un'1. ,1. .. ; \ !I. f i d :
.i''! nt t h.'i' to tr;)y j oils lonscquetices. hwrimillllllll'i.ll'II('(. Th.v n. tI r Medll; Avv irU to '. "111*'jtrv, trn%..... I...... "l-IA 'W i : : f i
jaud i wounds. 1 used DeWitt's Wit I I. ''''.rl..IIIIIIIII''I.i I' rjv : 'e tn
r MIam'1 four.) fiL th! ]);, sini"y! bec-ui: -.' I I ii t ..i.Misoy.i !o sioif .:' 13l j I ,
8alfur cuts an '
Hail sores: t '
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x' O I'liTT I'lnn.r rl-i : t .
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I 1\ -i\. t'atuiiis s'| .hrii .. L. II Johnson. Sift < I.W.KARPERKENTUCKY 'mt a loot f i.yrt,,,riwl i I /T TX i i'l.fn'lfhell : ,'
:: s. says < III
; 1 am using a box of Chamli rlan .. .. ,
: t .1' /5fV) *Sttf ; :
,- : I : tliat. t; iTe\, "It as the hest remedon tina I "I' 4 .. .. "."'I> <,..n'IM'I"! in I .. -I. ,. 1.. j 4| U
I .
Stomach Liver Tablets and Iithem : '
n "ii> ha and 1 n' ; I I i', i i' % J I '
1 iii.I" ISri" ,
j i market Sure cure for piles am .. :. ,.. V / t .
ri ,
the best thing for ;M0rnuI ( .1 I i 1111,11. :a 'I**. K .1 I V i '
I II' UU t[ mj tl it t t ... .. .. 11
of I'
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l''v\aro eonntt'i '
| skiu II li-! :as' ; I. *; : *< t V .
',, ... GIi ; ever used." says T. \V RiVi-: The ( WHISKEY ., ., 'i..lla..llI" >I,1 I, .. ... ; :,
[)' C I .
; :l. John I. N. : ;. ,
f"ts! H.H-S Pharmacy, Shop] .. ,. .. , .. .
i l our stomadl i: 1:1 Ka.iu Justice of the I'''ace. Lrom> M. J\, J I r. .r .! t ,ti rtr r''r.. "l.fTe1", \\ .,"t, H.\1 .iiid I .
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''J! l\11' Ki'O'i htxh::1 __ Tin ,;3 tail' !h; 11t con J toii e OoM medah.err awarded tChicafo e : .' ,'., .. ', I., : ,I' : ..1 ', ,.'j" ::,: '::, i 1: :
'S -if tin stonat'i hut T' cot?: fI'O .. ', ,... ., I [
.11 set I :,_tlH'i!: > ( Itew0iraria. 181$ al&' t' Uii' i' 1" 1> .a I i J.- :
c.n..Jh3'i'c1ILY1l.: : : t': I li\ .d I' v. 's. Tin % a' ,. !-iiI.I"- ...d\Worj. Fair t i .
\ r I'iI" -, .1. I II II t :" I'i PI <>
I "! >,--. l"in r bear. the A' r k j\ P i I < "''.'.;},; ?tI !_ ". ,1 I .I '' ., -,II,: II ;' < I'! "'" =' ----'-- 1b'IJ.1" i SALVONA SOAP CO., Ccr, 12ih S p-/t: Sts ST. LOU!,, /,C. i if' f f

1 I \ > : L # 1 \ T"ir '," '.\ i ft ,1f1{!' ef t:1:
I, :0r -IX Ilddt.d.. anu (u Inc ,' al ;.:i- C? ,, .LUi ;t tr tlru. .3- 'IIi

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I i 11.1 n I'h. KnkCL: game 'afely :
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;i ( G S T I Mini lam greittly ilillt-btl..d l Io you for r f'I'!
!t s t r Q N II'UIIIC: of the polka<< ?'* nave-iiccn piven to i I
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{ h, ,,,t %j; /S t I NQ'r r U /E lilY frii ads avi Use utii r> here l en >'-.rJ min I

,i.S.'r Y ti'r- y l o rJ { If ) >>vu JJIIUM. I hol'l I ] in ttr but oar opinionijirtMil It

THAT 1t't, u diuifTuin!_! tin- .....w food '111? I
AL j verdi swnii i t : S 4 >. / I f G s_ .+ ktsaL.. .4 ? I ino-t nutritious of all: the unsu prrnlurtu'Jue f y, II.t ,I

". frieml t 'IU me that a small iiu..ulity ,
... = v 1',re:. 7 tMr Te, ;' -1: f+ {r fr + 1 oaten: just before retiring wins nl 'as U t'. i I. I

-?' + ; '.r i zr y r i!: l:11ur.lim a r <.1\ ni.'li' ,in \I' t i S. I

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I sacola and for the hearty cooperation -,,, I FEET.. FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY 1
II --
fu U1Mr of the Christian workers. ( F ,

x SOCIETY ENTS C. W. Zimmerman of Mobile and '

E 1 John Simeon of the same place are : : : : FEED, LIVERY AND SALE STABLES. CULTIVATE AN INTIMACY

j here today to participate in the
(OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. i- Wt-t IuteuletHiatreet..
amateur gun shoot, which occurs at

i Kupfrian's park today. i iIn I POU & GINGLES, Manager. : A WITH <*

a letter to his brother, Laz Ja- ,

!!. GeorgeV.; Pryor and daughter : coby of this city. Hon. Mitch Jacobs V "-
of Marianna: says he led his ticket in I THESE LITTLE
visit to
are home from a pleasant 1 PRICES!
the legislative; race but as he did not

Ark lU5 as. quite receive a majority of all the R POUt .JJ .JJ ,
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Mack Bennett returned lat evening F
votes cast it will be necessary to t.
s from :::3:. Louis where he had : IIS8ES' Patent and Leather
: hold a second primary to decide the Tip Sandal. t -

t gone a few weeks ago. legislative contest in Jackson: coun- ." .< FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER. ,; $1 .7 5 styles ..... ... .. .. ..... .. .. .. .. ..... 01,45 i

j Misses Frances and Maria Leonard tv. 17 Test IctecAmcU Street. Office Phone, 31. Residence Phone, 613.MidSummer j!: m p ft MI33E31 Cross; Strap* and One strap Sandii5).OU : : : .

of Mobile are visiting their sister >i ) | so !. $1,15

$ Mrs. C. M. Sweeney.Dr ALL WHO USE ATOMIZERS in :-:-: :-:-:-::----==---::-::---:- :----==-- :.- : '

treating nasal catarrh: will get the 1. ,
Crenshaw and wife returned $1.25 I MISSES' Red Kid and Patent
t .i bestresult from Ely's Liquid Cream Vamp S1Ld*:- ,90
.yl# la-t sight from a recreative trip
I Balm Price including spraying NoveltiesAT CHILD3' Patent and Leather Tip Sandalst' : -.

t v throngb Southwest Georgia.Mr. tube, 73ct*. Sold br (druggists or ; : $1 I .5 0 styles . .. $ I 1.2

3 i f and Mrs. H. P.Coipman, after i, mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren St.,

r a pleasant: visit to friend here, left New York. CHILDS' Cross :Straps and One strap randuFedoras ; :
It41 I 2 5
$1 $ i 1,00 O
iiI : today for their home at rtelina.: New Orleans, Sept. 1,1900.i O
Messrs. ELY BROS: -I sold two

Percy Ketchum, a well known bottles of your Liquid Cream Balmto

; : i naval store: man of Savannah Ga., a customer, Wm. Lamberton. THE BIG STORE $1.00 CHILDS' Red KID and Patent Vamp SitJ., 'O i O

9 i i + i arrived at the Merchants this morn- Delachaise St., New Orleans: he has
used the two bottles, ivinjf him'
't wonderful and mot sati-factory re- .75 IXF.XTRed Kid Sandals. 45
ing.C. OEU. W. McDfFF.
B. Townsend of Montgomery
U I P:::m aciH.
i _It I representing the Standard Oil Co., 1 Case Ruby Batiste at 5c yard. INFANTS'Other One Strap Vici Kid and Patent i3.- 45 5

is today a guest at the Merchants
e j tote!. MYERS: WINS INSANTA 1 Case Fine Swiss Lawns at 4c yard Reductions in Shoes for the Little Ones

The Ivy Club will give a dance at Latest Novelties in Belts at 25 and 50c. ---

Magnolia BlutI Friday evening; July ROSAA

1 t :'5. A pleasant time i N ]*-ureJ all Washable Taffeta Ribbons in all Widths J JI MEYER SHOE CO. .

who attend. Velvet Ribbons in all Widths.
from Muto
t me age; :: today says
9 iI John Stork and wife of Fort Bar I Feet Furnishers! for l'a.h Only.

I ) t rancas; who have beeu in the North that Myers! wins in Santa Rosa coun- Lace and Embroidered Binding.
r h for some: time, arrived m the city ty by a plurality of 11 votes All New Materials for Wash Skirts 10 to 20c .

i yesterday evening. the returns are in and this figure is
Lace Mitts and Gloves.
I Misses Edna and.UapitolajCovmg-: from semi-otiicial sources.; ; T IYwm YMYiIWil

+! ton left bH night for Gainesville' I Lace Stripe Hosiery, 15 to 50c pair. ..: f,. >

?S i Ga., to resume their studies at the DOG KILLING

excellent school for girls at that .,! Large Assortment of Ladies' Lisle Vests, ,. ., Big Clearance Sale '

L I l place TIME AT HAND Fine Goods, 6 for $1.25.

r .
MisPaulineCot an accomplished o-
100 Bed Spreads at 75c 90c and $1.16
young lady from Tallahassee, i* i ,

i an admired guest of the Misses I Should your dog be it ever so Mosquito Canopies with frame, .Ladies'= Shirt Waist.
D'Alcinberte East Gad den
on ;
j valuable, be found on tle: streets for .
; $1.25 to
: y ?treat.It r I
the next month or so without a city \ I
!i E. Gale of Iloberts, i Made Bars at 50 to 75c. i'(
It Bonifay newly
tax tag dangling: from its collar, the j) .<." DEPARTMENT, .<.oI. jj>
elected committeemanfrom
t his precinct was a pleasant canine will be at once arrested, i !I Bobbinet Bars $1.90 to $5.50. : '

caller at THE NEWS office yesterday: taken to the do; jail! the city pound) J), > MONDAY and TUESDAY 5

afternoon. and if the merciful or rrerciless :

Rsv. J. M. Dannelly, Rev. W. Q. owner fails to appear and reclaimhis I -.\. *
Vreeland E. H. Gould and. otbers animal within 21? hours cf tLe

left today for Georgian:* to attend "arrest." the cruel city officers will I 'I:,

d, ; themeetinoftheMethoiitditrict put to death the ownerless and forlorn I \ Ion.Into L. FRIEDMAN OO'&j:
JUiiliant loljnson
conference animal. ( ( (I( \ ( .- ---- - -

Mi* Florence Reddick! of Freeport
This wholesale murder may be rut I luo LADIES': \VAI3Trf, worth jOe, 75c and
and Mr. H. Lewis If trllview ----------------
C. ------ ---
4 : ---- -- -- ----- - 35' each
m oil by the dobeiu adorned with a - - ---- ---------- -- --- -- -- - -- fl.lh). all to zo at : u
were wedded at the Methodist pirrocaee ..:,_.
i tag: the co-t of which will be H. 5. ---- -- ---- -- --
las Rev J. M. Dan -- -
t ; I' LADIES' WAISTS worth .
kl i SI't; )) l.uu.i. $1 j.> ',
Shale Your C1t1:1v NOTJCJ. 50" ear ;0
nelly otHc :ltiu;. A lirgd number are beirg Uued ._ ti4laniIiTheach. Rll to (to ..-

today. Allen's Foot-Ease a powder. It i N KITH KK the" captain owners"
Dan Murphy ltft today for Norfolk I&(
} ,
cures painful: smarting, nervous feet i nor consignees of tbe span- j* ,4 ONE LOT OF .< ."
,, tT Va., as delegate from the local The city is now in need of a dogcatcher / lsi 65 bracla will b'1 responsible IIIIl! :
and: ingrowinnails, and instantly 1 for debts contracted
I. association to the nieetiu:? of the and application: for this the of said vessel.K
takes the! out of corns and bun- by crew
Lt /AKP.AI.A. Ladies' TOe\ Duck ana
i t-: National ociation of Theatrical 'I Pipe Skirls
honorable will be received. Address C'antata'Lon5ignee.
H job icn' Ifs the greatest comfort discovery M. H.tSull1nD/ .
; <} !; Stage Employes. : 11.t
such to the chairman: of the of the age. Allen's Foot- ,
y/I/ t' C. (J. McCormick of Lake Slightly Soiled worth $I.! ,). $1 :!i and 'I! v'). ?
; E.I. makes or new shoes feel 50" each
It board of public safety. ;, -e tight for sweat- '' K R tae.....csptain.! owners" all to go atYOURS. . . . ....
arrived at the Merchant niotht. ------- eay. It is a certain cure alITH ?; of tbe Ka ship

I; He i i5 one of the route a eut-. of the mz": callous and: hot, tired, aching ,' : debt will? contracted b PLAYS AND PLAYERS. all1
Sold by
fett. it fl"t/Y.
" 't Southern Express Co., Iud Peusa- Try the crew of laid vessel'i ANXIOUS TO PLEA>E. I EII-
dru::; :iist; : ? and hoe stores.; Don'tacct'pt ITTTERSI,
, t ;"i: cola! i is one end of tm territory. William: T. K.-o,:h i is writing a new any substitute. By mail for H. Baars Co. Capta.n.
.i I: play to be called The Kentucky 2?>c. in stamp; *. Trial: package; FREE.Addre l'ODlnre Iitas L. FRIEDMAN & CO.
Tne excursion toI
i, : moonlight bty I't'u,1." ;;. AllenOlmted.. LeRoy.N. 1-:1111 KK the caption, owners
p ; night by the Ladle-'Aid: :society of Y. l 1 consignees; of the Ku
' Au.u-tus Tin-mas' "The len'e of aliliinrr" __ __ .. .
Australia lll be re- ,
\ the Presbyterian church should beliberally \ has l,, t i 'lble for aebu contractedby ; .
fU st cured >y Kirke ) -IJN IN!" "Jv"\JI\JI.
\ AT }
)t" I ; .t patronized. The boat will La >hilki.Sadie the crew of .ad't.I W *i"..Et.TRiyTomater M \
leave Palafox wharf 7 o'clock and
;; :at Connolly: has Irfvn rnic: "d! lapt'IDI
I!. on the return street car will be in 'to Willis ..'It
i 1 play Mrs Crowley In < tiuw v Garden hose at the ; II I I
'j waiting at the whuf. Tickets, Adam I I A RA's RRR
'i I ; .lwy"r. HORSE SHOEING.I ( (" r\ n I I

adults, 85; : children, H cent John McVt-.;.:li. comedian, will!! .play Hardware.... Co's. 'IC'jHnt Crab nets and fishing a'llrlllrlllr' .
tV! of Uulie Grand; Mr. A. L. Woolen, who is well
t"I', I'f' part Ioy in "Foxy tackle to suit everybody, at
iiHlition nfU' known in this city as the bet practical -
After the usual: meting at the pa' npst: fevUMJii.John
,t the Willis Hardware Co's. l horse. hoer in the city i.; now .
{ : ; Salvation Army lull la-t night Drew will pass hisaIIIn a* in e.-iarzeof our shoe' at J. M.Howell's ,

I I' ; about twenty-five pNroui :availed KaMlmmpton.! N. Y The other I'ivn-. Ai IUiiflhe)N: {nal Birk old stand where r.e will C NICK'SA'

t',1 tii! them-elves ft the invitation to visit big and little, will lay with him be pleased to see hi* many frierd ,
i': II \. I The Klaw A Irla'rn'1H': !: iit .' ftl'ITXEK &: KlRKK: .\TKI' h.
: the oO'cer.* in their quarter Everyone
1""' < >miM\' hi" 1.:1 incorporatt at .\: .t'1' "I ;\-\'C"\ llj I

t"'!' \11.I bad a rood. time .. itiug watermelon 1 briny ,,'itllll Capital: of loO.W). :\Ilt--l\l.1 1 :' 'r II''i'I's I ; Al I IHI. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR Thos.--C. Watson & Co., C A
and pent the ret of thef'
I Tin- new 1l1l"I':11: comedy in w!.ieli t.rl.'r: t1''t: : "". !-I I iKI.OUH '
the leading;; Real Estate Ajeut* take DES TUUNTt:1iI !
with mu"i ie and *mginjr.Thirtylive ,
evtcin? I-Il. 1
Jerome Sxlcis is to appear next wa :all the worry ofl the shoulders of the '
1\ : l pounds of gro: ?ne> were 1 sun t is entitled "Tie Money Hurrer." ....*. owners of property. manage the. A

I ,'t; brought in by friends to keep the renting of their houses and the collection .
J'I\II\ rt The ;IYv revvlpts; of -Tte S'eepinn ; Liiaiit R-A cliiiouiUi ) :i
: } wolf from the door. 1'he.'IiceB are Uvruraft "i-iur.rd aud -... i"i .1 of their rents as conscientiously Ac
t J '>uuty and the lUni>t.: whu-b has just i 1t
J ojrvlt : thewould themelves.Their .
; I: : deeply grateful to the people of [',.- ('concluded phenomenal season were h. Butidi to ,-.tJr ":r.y:I.' )i' 'I'.J. I as reasonable ;:
: charges are very
Premiums on 1'. >. band I,' It' I DAILY :
; .
t -- ------ ------ --- - $ AJ1 ts'tIf < i. i i Macksfcuruits..etc L' MENUSCompri

(,OUI' .\" C.\! II\', present negotiations go through. nkli-bou"o. furnitur ft A
I xtur.;; _. 1"001 III
t "Kin:; 11..10. will to presented in London 'tJ..r real tale owned I "14 iL'ar :: *e ah; : I Jill

;: 1! ('Hldrl"n LiVe GUI.\"I.: next fall. A separate company Bank from not National Reatnt' I Hotel Camden Date Dishes t ", '

1 !z ; Wi-e selection! of fimj will help Will I..' Selected.Nellie \ at I.._.. ; :' ketsofthe\\ 11III
+ 3 one. Hie he ilthy e'>pl.. LI:4.from ti;.ate Banks I ,
any ;:1 c &u r.)'n h has 1-cen re-engazed; to YMUKN: AI.AI.YM. A:! rciLadies'
well Hud those who ill III"! 'KiOkr'iDu ao of :
l ,
i keep are cm play the r'riucpul: soubrette in the .- fmai approved I
t cbtainsurc beutfit. by the steady tueof nli"h::: musical-tone- Toy" : -..I'\t' a jeflt, 1Y'. Is Now Open to the Public. ...?
Ura1>e-Nut- l'h.-Iualld 1 other ca iii
1 ; A lady ?ay'T.: .> ;ay that OrapeKuts ma na;.\l l-j I;.j"in Price. I 1 1i I t' I I I 'IASN r *

P t I iJ Food ha* been :t help to me is II I,j :NuttriututlierNattonfti bank"I: ., I II I under tr.e! 'y.jtu; s-.eut if .. Private

t! putting it very mild indeed. For !i I t'ra-uonal paper cur-
# *'jIi 1 seven years I wa :ai invalid -utr r. I i, .-ncy.:..!1t. nick l> andLAwrrL .' t. LA3EniCT.IPslMac'erTMtCANBEUSED MRS. S. MIMS Dining Parlor.** a'C
lug from extreme nervlU ne ; and M"S ItRE- VTi 1OUT CCCK N t"
"I Routt {'our.ty..10... Is 130 niles Ion
) ; _
I l 1 weak, tired exhausted fe liuj. I .Eatc BA''S.\'lZ: Ire etvts ccusra cue's $ rS++J 1' 11DiuC. .
was compelled to lie down several and 75; miles: w ids an empire in it".lC :1'pC' hI..331M1 1M S' a5a:tF'01'.T Y''s ;' r.\u..I: F'rJ.i.TE : '"

times each day and the least exerciseexhausted Mire than half: a millionl.tcrs: :.!I I L notes r!pll-tt'nd..r 11l.1)() ti'u' -: I Regular Dinner Daily 2?

me. I was aN<> unable to pa!'...Hj through the pates at l'w.' 1cdrtnptionfund fifth 1 1 'I' R .\ Rr.A50N.AlUJ:, :

i Bleep night U rk's zoological park in 1 'Ol. I ctrcuUlion C.o.. Treasurer. .15'I 0, 'n .>-,= Ii1c$.. e .
i ? times of the I ) : i\ : \\ Wt't'k ,> Moat'VM .
+ I read many remarkable In many parts of South America the I I, .a y \ :# *r. r '
results from the use of Urape- TOTAL .. .. Ur..ta itl Short Orders Prompt Iffm
natives catch and kill butterfies for ,
Kurvt with tie l=est the
Nuts Food led finally decided to # .
try Filled.izht or stay ..
it. (\tltowvlo.-"ts by means: cf the blow ; 1' Market A.rds. AA
: (.'luitai tock paid in ,\.It'liO ;
I at. Orape-Xuts three times a Jay pipe. -
; jrplj and 1l"V'i' n' "I..
!f ? t in different styles for about\ three Butte Mont., is famed through the Uj.VUrJ pruflti. Iris lpelll Public Patronage Solicited. it n't Homtij G1 Ea /[
month, then twice a day, aud have northwest from the fact that it Las and la'((' pi.dSauoaal 1.1'\11 $1 The Best Laundry Starchon I you wish yOw a 1 r at
Bank uuto ouutanJ.i Free K >. IlL.
realized a wonderful benefit. I have but a single! tree. More are to be setout .: .. I" .is') W the Market. Sitapltf 'sis.Sandr
grown strong and almost entirely and cultivated. ].i:j.. to other National K itt'4 Mad to Traveling Nick Apostle'sPopular
'' t well. Can do all my own work, and Banti J1UJ} 03 I
Comparatively! few will Luc toasts Ba:;.kSrnibansrr5 tfU.
seethe NECESSARY.The
:seldom bare to lie down until I ?o to 6.1.10 tw NO Restaurant. %
i i bed at night then I enjoy restful head of Martha Washington on the i lad.ridual deposits -

). 1 sleep. postage stamp It goes on the eight: ,, subject to caeck .. c'l.t'rl51 Y
I do not become fatigued as I used cent denomination. Demand certiScat c.f only Starch Manufactured lll'ERNORS ISLAND, X. V
j d'po+.: .. 1110S 1: G ;/J) IJlllllllll\T'
t ; to acd am able to study more in my Mount Etna h found by Professor 1 Ca'!hter s check in the South, H., July $. bd2-Sealed propo-I 7J I[
) line of work music). My brain does ... tel: 3i-fl.0l6.;. 13T'JTAL al U. in triplicate<, for ;; 111 btIJ \I \)
t.I i RI'C'to bar been lowered sixty-five Help Build a
.j not get weary as it used to. My stom- . ... up age! and straw required in Dept. of '
a } feet on the south since: 1833 and twiceas JI,3.iJr' adTATEvFFLoaLoACorSTTOF the
is and I can and do eat Eastdurin3 year: ending !
l acn strong I will as
meals much on the north. The top is sup ESC.'XBU, 30. UM3, will be received here and at repair your irate e*
wi three hearty a day. -,. SOUTHERN INDUSTRY. in first-class Jetephens. *
jt ; We would hardly know what to dot posed to have been slowly blown away 1 1t'. K. flyer Jr.. Cashier of the" above- places indicated in instruction is- jewelry .
t :t witnoat Grape-Nuts for tbe house by the wind. p.a-urj bank.: rto xilemnly s"rar that the zu'd berennder, until 12 m., August
i abovr ,::\"m-Dt i- tru! to the best of my '
i; 1 children often 'Mamma, One 7, IW2. U. S. reserves the right to
t t" The say of -Peculiar! People" In Hoi- know IrJ i-sad belief. ,
'1 + make a great big padding this time.: laud recently broke his arm. He dedined II W.K.HTFR.JR., reject< or accept any or all proposalsor Save bll
(." Cashier. thereof. Information Ioney r
the food as would any part ya
They enjoy they to call in a doctor and wrappeda Nab c .'b d ant sworn to before me this furnished I.' "
candy" Name piren by Postum I 17th day of the dust. You ," on application. Envelopes
I leaf out of a Bible round the small Lay can buy
t Co., Battle Creek, Mich. W. \.. ROBERTS, :Notary Public. containing proposals will be en- ture at Marston Ql *
toe of his left foot lie declares that I C'orr.-ct-\:..t: >, dorsed "Proposals for Forage and
for hose the TJ llisDardu.are
+ i Delicious receipes warm weather garden at EI1 W
desserts In each package: Grape- this gave him Instant relief.! He still I WM.F.: C.H.BREtT.I KiOwLs,; Directors. !' Straw at-." JOHN SIMPSON: Great Furniture

; : Nuts I walks about_wltha_ broken. _ana, I D u, BaUT. ) Co. I IA.ll. M. O. 10jlt45a2t: rium.THE .

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