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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 18, 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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'Special to The Daily News. Special to The Daily News.

Chicago, July 17.-Wita much pomp Indianapolis Ind."July! IS.-\{'ith all! _
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I and imposing ceremonies and in tha the delegates who are to take part In ,

I presence of the cardinal of the churchin the convention of the United MineWorkers I' i

Calls Senator \Vard Liar In Democratic = America and a great gathering cl on the ground there is no I Subject Referred to a Committee for t :

I ecclesiastical dignitaries the last rites more sentiment in favor of a general I

; of the Roman Catholic service for strike than there !
Convention. was last night. The Action Thereon.

I the dead were performed for Archbishop opinion i i.. steadily gaining ground r .

Patrick A. Keehan today at the among the debates! that a strike
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I Cathedral of the Holy Name. Earlyin would lessen the chances of the an I __ __ ___ rl .

I ':tY'!: News. the day a series of masses were be thracite miners to: win their! strike, for Special to The Dally News. ,i iWahiugtcn

HOBSON SAVED I gun by the numerous visiting priests the reason that it would take from I I II MYERS' FRIENDS F

:N C. July! 17.-A bUa ending in the great pontifical requiemmass. them all the support that the soft I July 2.-The Cuban: .
the Democrat ] coal men will be able to extend it
apiuus in '
,' GIRL'S LIFESpecial During the funeral service! crowds government has officially taken cognizance CONCEDE LAMAR'SELECTION
t jLveutwu: at Greensboro thh1s '' : they continue to work. Then too
Sails thronged the streets in the vicinity of there is a genuine dislike among I : of the criticism of the Cubans -
.. tie of ,
"u mayor
I iIi the cathedral, which was filled toowrflowlng' for soft coal men to take action that
.. Boynton called former i I of the by the United Htates consul,
members clergy
[ t" The Daily News; will place, them in the position of violating
,,' -. a- Ward a "liar" when the! and favored few of the laity.
; a their contracts with the mineoperators. General Bragg, and the subject has
th said Clevean St. lams July 17,-A girl's folly
$ platform Cardinal Gibbons with his deacons, .
While it is impossible to
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',. diet traitory. came near costing her" life at the I was present at the solemn pontifical predict what any body ef their men been referred to a committee for action Special to The Daily News. .

i, :itji H S. Ward. In a discus Piazza Chautauqua near East St. Louis requiem, which was read by Bishop will do with a given question when thereon. Tallahassee, July IS.-Hon. Fred

3 ifh", minority! report on the yesterday afternoon. j John Spalding, of Peoria. Archibishp there is a chance that the gatheringmay
But for the strong arm of Captain delivered thd Cuba expects the United states to T. Myers' friends here concede the
Grov- of ,
denounced Ryan Philadelphia
H i v dttorm I be swept from Us feet oy
. and as 'an arch traitor to Richmond Pearson Hobson, hero of I funeral sermon. After the mass Cardinal a few impassioned speeches the as take such action as will render it election of Hon. Wrn. B. Lamar as
the Merrlraac. also the hero of several .
'e ."y Gibbons pronounced pert of the convention when it opened
5 kissing escapades, Miss Mary Cerf of unnecessary for that government to the first congressman of the new-
who In of the dead churchman was
,fl ft ..''w&i Mr. Riyilsn, was body this morning was adverse to a stnka

. .A "U of the hall rose to his feet 1907 La Sail street East St. Louis i then borne to a vault in Calvary ceme. The convention began in Tomllnson I declare: General Bragg a persona non Third district.Calhoun t.
would have drowned. She
'tl'a'! Ward for Insulting the been was tery, whence it will be removed laterto hall with an attendance of about 900,
standing on the deck of a river yacht grata. A strong feeling exists here county, four precinct
in the
e4| *' who were present.e its last resting place new delegates. Nearly every man on the I
when she naval
-i-s< 'ifttor; grew white In the passed the oQejjI hO cemetery of Mount Carmel. floor was the possessor of several' today that the President of the heard from, give Lamar 27 majority.
swimming\ In the water, She
1 tried to scream above the The funeral cortege was prabably proxies tome holding as high as firs 1
met him before and as he smllil up l United Htates will be obliged to Washington county, all precincts
,- '.- : la voice! was not heard: one of the grandest and most and others from two to four.
at her the girl called out bantering! :
i' y :: that ever passed through the The first! ses"ionas not of an executive withdraw General Brags: from Cubato not heard from but i* said: to give
"If I should fall Hobson .
in. Captain ,
u s Hen or more even afterr streets of this city. Catholic dignitaries character, and there were
.'. lu the hall had been would you rescue me?" from many sections of the coun many spectators present anxious tc save him the! indignity;, of being Lamar 27 majority.

1. -'-II till stood up an.) "I most certainly would," repliedthe try were present, and did honor to witness the proceedings i of what has asked to leave.It Precinct 11 of Leon county U

"'" m the most bitter captain their! late laborer. Military, civil been heraded: as one of the most im
: iee. The words had hardly left his and church bodies accompanied the fu portant gatherings of laboring men is understood here that! General likely to be thrown out, as it i* r
mouth when there and
,..e' a W. J. Bryan the girl sank in the was waters a splash of the I neral car. Among the principal churchmen held In recent years. The first part ot f Bragg indirectly informed the! state allege that fraud were perpetratedthere

,.f minority report present were Archbishop Ireland, the session was devoted to addressesof
:..mitl,, walch rev Mississippi. For a second bar skirts; Bishop! Janssen, of Belleville; Bishop welcoTe from municipal officers cl department: regarding the "pi? tail"episode If :;o, this will increase La-

.*.:- reaffirm our alb for buoyed a second her up on Captain the water Hobson, but realized only I'' Ryan, and Bishop Dunrt 1!, of Dallas. Indianapolis and response on behalf that he had a right to make mar's majority 33: vote.
>- .- :.K ;lIt C Ildrt). ho Tex ; Fhshon MrOavick, Chicagc; of the unfbn.FORTUNE.
Nth reaffirm: our alo the danger. He haw the Joke I Bishop! O'Donohue. Indianapolis.Dishop any personal comments he wishedin In the table below all counties are "
had been carried dangerously far and:!
-rr!: uf tfa* party,' Scat-nell. of Omaha; Bishop complete except Calhoun and Washington f
letter to He
he started with long, strong stroke I a personal anyone.
y s,. ':* '1It"r: : ,.'.a'form. Foley of Denver; Bishop Burke o! LEFT
..- --- for the spot where the girl sank. Al I St. Joseph. Mo.; Bishop Clennon of is apparently in an attitude; neither both of which are said t<>
bro Gilberson of Esa::! Mis.. his swim '

RNAI cuing companion swam fcita! him. 'I Wayne Kansas; City Bishop; : Bishop Schweback Alderling of LaCrosse, of Fort TO CONVICT I denying or affirming the accuracy give Lamar majorities, which, i! so,

Suddenly Hobson dived and after
YACHTAT i WSs.\ ; Bishop Byrne Nashville; of the quotation. will insure his election.
what appeared an to the al I
ae now
COWESI.iljr : Bishop Trobec. of St. Cloud Minn.; ConIT\. iikARn. LA'IAIt. 11'IR",
lent crowd he reappeared (JB the sup |I Bishop 13s.\ of Marquette Mich.; Special to The Daily News. 'Calhoun ''' 1:1 :dii eEscamhia
face with his arm grasping tJje) should i .
Bishop Muldoon and Chancellor Bar New York. July 17.-In order that ZANZIBAWS- r eia M:

ers of the half-unconscious! but strut, i j j' ry, both of Chicago. he may return to Germany and obtaina ; 'rankhn........ .t II :rJGadsden

0 .r. X\\'., gling girl.Probably. ...... ..... ... 9r ea aY "
i It is estimated that during the time fortune of $30.000; \ to which he rej j
he would not l.a\ beer1 Holm'a ..... iii :tJf 13 1 i
'.w i' ; /17 -Tn> royslrt ? the body of the dead archbishop laid< c.ntly fell heir and to which his right i Jackson' .. ,
'. able to save the girl hf tlmsell I SULTAN DEAD 1JJ p55 eta .
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> remain ofl! in state In the cathedral over 75.01'0 : has been fully established Richard Jefferson ........ 3 Tit 4t .'
would have been in t had
Ii t i'.iijht: I if the weath. I grel C.it5er i people passed it in review. Sa : Baasler has been pardoned by the New Lt'on. .. .. 11 2'It) 59

1r... uHf tl .. his friend not coma to Fig eBCue. I' I ... ......_
: King may great was the demand for admlsslci Jersey court of pardons Flakier was Liberty. 11 a2: Tf ;

\\ Ii the channel, en. wax all tee two meft CQU'C do to leJ: I to the services today that after the sentenced to two years In the state Special to The Daily News. Ialtlojon b, fed 871 ? '

the jirl' head abfivfl t + .... .....
.' London Jh attr .. l antaRoa. 22 257 :5e4 y;
been fall of burglary
et'rre.po'iare i l,30n visiting priests had a< prison last on a charge -
a )'lichtVii! flnallf fcRCTU; ft t ntha.t Zanzibar Eat Africa, July IS- Wakulla. .. .. 14 fa1 2'!
anxious that I rommodated only two lay persons The story of the lfime. a i
thn' board 636let ic Walton .., 7:! r.7 2ai .
n.t be occasioned e on tou d of I Hamend Bun Mohammed, Sultan of .
from each parfsh In the Chicago archdiocese he related It to the court pardonswas .Wa.hlngtou.I\ 11"1 :11 0
.. the
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"tort or inoonvenl could be admitted that while Intoxicated he fell 1 I Zanzibar: who was recently stricken .. -
'. ',>>ns have been i Ida I window with ;'
through: a store no inter 1: $IU f'"
I with paralysis and sutfered arelapse
:. pilots navigating I LEAPED OVER lion of- stealing.Another Incomplete. .
*Je Solent to slow I DENVER FACES prisoner sentenced for tan died at 2 o'clock this morning. The

!L,: the Victoria an1 I years in ISC'G on a charge of breakinginto announcement of the ultan' death This table shows Myers with more I
'o prevent ul1cece a postoffice wa' paroled IB order votes Washington than Lamar,
WATER FAMINESpecial has been received quietly and no ,
I that he might take up the manufacture
1 .in: Lloyd stcame.. of a sewing machIne invented by him disturbance is anticipated. bat figure* at hand show that this ; ;

: >" .i!.i.1 I with emi. Special! to The Daily News* while behind the bars. A company The sultan was placed: on the will be changed when complete re.

dttrnoon so slowic to The, Daily News I
Niagara Kails.: Jalj 1. -.Vila "Mi! j with an authorized capitalization of throne by Great Britian in 1 :t6,
turn iii.LAMAR
\\ evoked from lips. sel :UO years, a (pi' ,"ty brucftt Deliver( Cola, July 17.-rfciu'ity of $1,000,000 has been chartered to manufacture 1 ; are
when tie ruled until his
death, --
u'nn" home Is In Cattye' and water in the Platte river and the ex. the machine. The pardoned "
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who was empi )\t'd in Ire home olMr trnagar.t use of a diminished supply, prisoner is said to have received $50,. -- -- '
lAKE MICHIGAN'PHENOMENON *. Metriam! ;'0. moos Mam street have brought Dinv.,r face to face witha 00ft cash and a block of stock: In thenl'W CORONATION DATEOFFICIALLY .
thl1'il)'. Mibiitted: "',ld1* by leaping water f!>minp. company. 'C> at i isL:'tIf1 ridje. The city officials: believe that only ESCAMBIA FRIENDS .1.1I

Tr.t- girl w iio had been: sect to the rigorous! measures will prevent re FIXEDSpecial

V!<'iDlty of the cataract to do soaushipping. : sultar.t! epidemics. The dally con WILL MEET ATCOUNCIL I

vHiied Goat isljc: l a da.. sumption is now 55.000,000 gallonsand -- The \ t '
following telegram received
\ :. NLW&: returning: biota park when !she the water company says it must BLUFFSpecial to The Daily News ; J ;
; jumped trim the bridge just above the lie reduce to :!mu.000< \ gallons, if the tin morning by Chairman T. E. I (
-.1 slitrnornefOC
the Nrh.k present supply Is to last until precipitation London July Is.-It i is officially! Welles; of the Democratic League
t I and other Swiss 1 I
ha- made its ap- The trajt-iiy:; was witnfs..ed l>>' Of next fall ran be reasonably expected to The Daily News.Council" announced this morning that Au- of cambU Ccunty it selfexplanatory :
to replenish If.Cutting J
"r.' :\11.'hian I fleer Burch of th* Reservation polsre Bluffs. Iowa gust 9 is the date set for the corona
July :
; off water for manufacturing
who was on the mainland a 1"0 yards
,,"edaart'iJllou! the lake sentand dutir.t. He saw the girl climb! o\'''i and irrigation purposes i8 contem arations are now rapidly being made tion. To Hon. T. 10:. Welles, Chairman Democratic I I! .
residents for the holding here nllllt month cf 'I League.Tallahassee,
plated.: This bulletin !
,, the -.tone wall on the outside of the morning's says the ,
suddenly found the the third annual .
encampment: of the
1 .. at their Ail bridge and Immediately rushed! to tht I I king continues to progress! sleeps Fla., July l>l.-J>lea8
doorsteps. National Sociwty of the Army of the !
r t'oi.t the waves swept opot. Ho found that she had 45 left her I MURDER THEORY Philippines.! Tho@e who will attend !i I well and is able to have his couch on convey sincere thanks to the Democratic I"" I
hat. a pocketbook containing cents
a .. -akRateiB or over the and two pieces: of writing paper, 0:: are President Roosevelt, Major General open deck the greater: part of the League and to all my friend 1

i ?.ere were tossed about one of which was written "Over the !! ADVANCED l Arthur MacArthar. of the department i' day i in Escambia; county for their effective I
ajaller: rraft wets of the lakes; Brigadier General
.h..r.! ... hoar brok. falls. July IB. 1902.! and on the othot'' I --- and loyal support of me. They I
, were Irving C. Hales, of Denver Brigadier
"Nina Phillips. Cattaraugus. :\. Y.." I j __
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+i"'ral instance loss ol t General Frederick Funston, of the departmsn i|.CARPENTERS STRIKEIN had interests to combat the nature I
J one side, and "Nina Phillip: : No.280s ;tI It
.owtt averted. Main street Niagara Falls:! : 'on the i iI i I Special to The Daily News 'of Colorado; Major General of which the people of the Third }i t"

dfhicg north of Lincoln other side. I Harrisburg! Pa..'"July i7.'n: Lloyd Wheatoc. Brigadier Gen'rall' congressional; district are well ;: :
L\ J aft.r they had been I Charles King (the novelist JACKSONVILLE
o Nina Phillips came to this city charred remains of James Devlin! with ), of Mil .
the receding waves. waukee; Brigadier General J. C. Bates aware. W.n.r LAMAR.
about a year ao from Cattaraugui the skull crushed was found today In I : ;
sf the department of the .
box of steel blooms Missouri;
.v Accept the Challenge. where her father is in the tea and a car the jarls
educated I of the Pennsylvania steel yards, at Brigadier General J. Rush Lincoln, ol Special to The Daily News. i' t
e ia Ala.. July 17.-Thi coffee business. She was well Iowa. GEORGIA TOWN i : ,

n' .' OlrniiLsiiaa.: both whol Steelton. Jacksonville Fla., July 1* -One ,
"' .J.1: ar* organizing! to taken Mrs. Merriam says the girl tad nn The car In which the body was! Rain Aids the Crops. thousand carpenters struck here this

n "'! thrown down by Capv love affairs! was of a'l'ry religious I. found was on fire yesterday and the Ashville: Ala., July 17.-Tha crops I DESTROYED BY FIRE : I.
.. flames morning to enforce a demand for
were extinguished by the yard
.'a liner, of the LoulsvlUa: nature and a devoted Methodist.She ; in this section are greatimproved: 4 i j
; men before much damage warn den. I I
1ra.iroaJ.. ia that menai.iii says that many times Nina had since the rainfall. Cotton {LM put on eight hours work. i
-" commission should expressed a desire to go over the falls, i j The theory of the coroner'i Jury II new life and has already showed' Special to The Daily News: I ,i I

I *' the people instead of saying that the water a* it rushed | that the man was murdered and the marked Improvement. It li growing II For Over Sixty Year. Atlanta, July !;.-It is reported I 1'

s ""4 by the governor as over the cliffs had to her a wonderful j; car set on fire to hide the crime. De" nicely. Corn Is somewhat Improved MRs art:rsLOw'a BOOTH i.f HTBUP has I t
11 { Im has lived at Steelton for about been used for over sixty ye*" by millions here that Lyons, a small town ia :
Kalkner announced sev- fascination | but the old corn was too far gone to mother for their children while teething ,
", the three months. I with perfect success. It soothes the childiottens Tattnall county, Georgia destroyed f '
believed hen that was
< that the present man It is generally: make a fair crop. There U corn 1ustcomln& 'h ; {
I the gumesllays all palDcur@ wind I j j t
:., the commission was girl was a religions! fanatic. II up that was planted in May. colic. and la the best remedy for iMtrrhoe by fire last night. Particulars : ,
t 4 It will relieve the little soberer t
This will! be of '
one cause a crop. i mediately. Hold by JJrngglsts every earl are unobtainable. .
1 Posse Has Bandits Surrounded. I Some of the farmers are planting corn of the world. Twenty-lira cents a bottle. I.
.. .", -it virtue of Denver. Colo.. July 17.-A telegran MACNOLIA BLUFFThe I He sore yon ask for"M rs.U'inioWj Boothog .
Burtwtt't this week. "
Byrup sad take no other kind.
of the OYSTERS AT1TC/ t
1. purity. It is real received at the general office I --- APOSTLE'S 1
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x' aid nothing but va- Rio Grande railway from Pitklcs says Ivy Club will give a dance at This weather'makes the Marston{ $ Quina carry .. : ,

I. \ Always use BurI the bandits who held up a train la Magnolia Bluff Friday evening,July grasfl grow :You can buy'' the largest line matting, Fine oysters today. Try them. I I t;: ., ,

I rounded Marshall In on a box Monday canyon.hare Assistance been sur 2'}. Train leaves the depot at 8:30 p. keen cutting Lawn Mowers rugs, window shades, etc., ---SIC--APOSTLE. i .;. I ,

WATERMELONSATICE: has been sent from all the towns Is m. Tickets 25 cents. jlTtf and Grass Shears from the in the city. We lay our ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT t I

ELD CO'S. the NEWS Want Column. Willis Hardware Go's. !
the vicinity Try matting free THE GARFIELD ICE CO'B. t !

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Antl.Admlniatratlon DemocraU of M

I! *jajf+.jf jr*, i barn* Place Ticket In Field. Are in many respects like ,.,tar! .I
TRiPt GIVE U. U)0,000,000) r 'ers
AN 17.-The conveu and thIs
OCEAN Birmingham. July ULCERS sores, res mblan. <:e iftn) :.,. f.

tlon of anti-administration Democrat Valuable time 15 lost ln frutls! ". r' .

t To NEW YORK, BOSTON \ So Thinks Director of Census made the following nominations yes the sore with washes and salves, because the germs of Canctr t.vt! .. '. ,J

t AND ALL ]t I terdaj by a rising vote and amidst I plying in the blood and the new Cancer cells which are consu'n't,'. ;. .

EASTERN RESORTS i Bureau Merriam. great enthusiasm: I Ing keep up the irritation and discharge and at last sharp >h ,'ttr'. ."..*.

i For governor, Joseph F. Johnstonof announce the approach of the eating and sloughing stage. uaJ d : *
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i Via L INCLUDED: Jefferson. I sickening cancerous sore begins its "*

'U NEW POSSESSIONS For lieutenant Charles li destructive work. In February, ISSO I notu-a &
The governor, ua:1:
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_ : @ Waller of Hale. I No ulcer or sore can exist withlump. my lower I1?: The it ,IN "'11.
t 4 STEAMSHIP COMPANY: \ it but Another Came anout -*
OCEAN lk\'lrE \ Director Proposes Radical Changes in The first named has been twice governor some predisposing internal cause out into an open sore i began, u uo :
L"W\ E--t I that has poisoned the blood and the S. S. s. and after 1 had tak
One When the young h Itt'll
__ 01 Ocean Breezes Census System the Principal of Alabama. The latter ran 11't t.
5O Hour mother is allowed to I discharging ulcer or the fester- tin the place healed entirely
f five for the Dem-> open it J 1:;)
each WeeK lecond In a of
9 Sailings Cut Down Expense for her first signs ot the disease have t -" -, ._.
Being To Materially get up I lag sore on the lip, cheek other Ii
o.r ,
3 JI cratic nomination for governor twc lince W P. Brown lio.l&L :. S C.
from Sa'vannahCa. Same. I meal, even, though part of the body will continue to
cf Taking ago. They hare not been plitical <> I
she takes it alone it years .
J I ad and eat deeper into the flesh unless the blood is .
; ;. .,.. u"e-in'u pr pun: .' !
01 of fht J'upubT
I a'fl "I" to her to friend for some bul te
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I .i ,.,alol"'h. i.'l. 44 .1.1.flIUli1tM. lI.r Duluth Minn.. July 17.-"In 1910 i Cancer germs or morbid matter eliminated from the circulationS.
a .k..1:1 I 'un-- ,Orlyr, n e.t..0t I'M take this one step nearer they were both active advocates of a ,
..-.;. Mliclil' Jr."" a. '" .1tktft. IOU tM I'J iiC when our n'xt census is taken, I.expect the family circle and S. S. cleanses the blood of all decaying effete matter. It 1'.r r.ft
ihorl 11 ."il.' n'" lot uu.4 .n.t W Lour'sA f primary in the recent agitation and
$ t .. i of the United i antidotal and that the T
ruoi ...I.rl. the population she counts the days until purifying properties soon destroy germs ttriv': : ':,

:t -0.-.;;". ........'0.... *DVIRyGC ; States will have reached the I"0,0u0.- her strength will be appear to have gotten together. and restore the blood to its natural condition. And when pure I' !:,

'11 a a. II..." '.1kt.......,.....i......_To...1. Fit.CBNKKAI. J (Iv') rcark," said William U. Merriam, fully restored. But Captain James Crook of Jacksonville i, carried to the ulcer or sore the heahr.ji ;i' ,,
F4i. 1 .. .... ... often does presided over the gathering anj
W P.". "' '''''''. TI.I tt- -- IIa 'I a director of the census bureau in ar very strength I begftis, the discharge ceases and the i/.ai ;

.. L v.H..Io."' .......1 A..t J.k..ilI..EIL '1 I I interview here. "This will include not come as expected, Hon. Jesse Stallings, of Butler, set the i I I over and new skin forms. S. S. S. i U a stru.\ -. ci' g.$

f"'JJ and she lingers In lan- bail to rolling by making one of hi!
,_. __ _- -_- I, our new possessions, Hawaii. Porto and weakness. At table blood purifier containing no IUCK--: \r
Rico and the but it will guor characteristic epeectes, along the line minerals of any description.
Philippines, such a time there is need of an invigorating I I
FUKSCH:: SCHEDULE i: that there was only one man wit: | ulcer chronic of write ..
i demonstrate in no uncertain terms tonic and the very best tonic I I If you have an or sore any kind us ah-int i i.

-; Following i 13 -tile schedule of the what a world power this country has which a nursing mother can use is Dr. I could relieve the people from the : cal advice will cost you nothing. Books on Cancer and other j

governnnntsteamerOeneratFreUCh !, become."have. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It contains clutches of the politicIans. and he was the blood will be sent free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.

t t which THE NEWS prints for the I I I any radical changes In the no alcohol nor narcotics. It gives Joseph F. Johnston, and whether hE :

benefit of the merchants who ship real strength. wanted to or not, he had to run. Johnstoifs i
) ) system in mind? Yes. One thins "Favorite Prescription is a reliable : Sound kidneys are safeguards of Rubber hose, all Sf:1 s, at
; I, their good to the various army : name was cordially cheered life. Make the kidneys healthy with
that I have in mind is to rut down thiUIJtnt' woman's medicine. It establishes regularity '
1 tp pot : drains heals inflammation and when he came upon the floor inresponse Folpt"s Kidney Cure. Sol byV.. A.D'Alcmurte the Willis Hardware ( ,
The dries
cf uking the weakening
.. ,., ..... census.
Lt'a\' 1'vniacolKlitres .. .. 7uOa. m. I
., to this and other similar 121 South Palafnx .
harr ncH6_ .. .... .. .. Iaii a. m. I last one rest this country iOOO.IU'\ ) and ulceration and cures I strc'e' 1'ynn..I83W Stop*the Tit t.1I1 -:
Lcvp J'ickeni .. .... ...._ *,., a. In.4Jt i i'j female weakness. speeches he was given an ovation. lL : and QDiCl.:1 all.1 d ."L II. .....'.L
I know of
1.I"rrann' ... ........ ctlaa. m. I an enormous sum. several I -- -
L..a.... ..*.n.acola. .... ..,.. ,.10:15 a. m. I ways whereby this amount can \b*. "1 cannot prai'* Dr Pierre's Favorite PreKnption said he would have much preferred i You will have
too hixhly as a tonic for hrffi.'orn.ut pride I n.: T
and then
Arnxt-s KurritDCiii: 11:10 u. I having some one else selected for lea'l I '
make H to Kurt McKee uu'J then re- reduced, am! that will be my purpose. women *eciaiy tho trip
ftir.a'.e wcaknevv" writes Mrs Ira W. Ho'.mes, er; that he had twice served as gay '
Rhrra1cIt.Ii I I! own nd. Your h.I'
to 11
tarns grou \-
of Cedar kaj'iil< Iowa. *It ha helped me cry VMspnr.ire! is ca \.rf I. ':..1: I
La'i hhrrancMS ... lwp. m. ernor and that it wag a thankless jo)' I "
I ILtao
and -kiiful n'J to me in answer a home and he can 'II :
LYNCHED FOR WIFE MURDER. much physician : iii
I :?-'i m. .1 ;
}ncku : p. Laxative ", .
S Lcaci .ncollt ... ..... 4-.U ip. m.1'ickf to mv question as to UK efficacy 'I know' with an abundance of work and responsibility I Bromo-Qainirs I though he may t..iuk! ,
Il.I un! ns .... 5:15 p. m. of ca-s where it has really! worked womiers. and small pay, but thit tho rcu8 1 Arrivn riarraricftj 5.i iI p. m. aid makes I John Andersen Hanged at Owensboro, The Common Sense Medical Adviser, i I '
I I I! he would not shirk a duty or eva.'t own, and if she I will !'iv.] ,i-: ,. >
trlptoMcKPt.anlrrturn. Ky., by Masked Mob. loriS large in covers, is sent
On "'"dut'I.l\'sand-iaturd1t'\: pages paper "I an obligation, and if it was: the jutlj :VII It\\'It tac: y. I Thus. Watson & Co..
of to
Ii : free on 2 one-cent stamps
Owmsoro.! Ky.. July -Joseph receipt
;, boat wi'l leave lUrruuc.n via Piekem of mailing only. Address ment of the people that he should ru i : The uiider-i 161ed take- tin; method leading Real P>::ite A-r-
Anl,T,,:.n. a farmer who was in jail pay expense
for I'tiiatcola at B:3u: p. m. Buffalo V. >f :.iflcnii.? servicea* a | can how her how 1':1-- r:
I .!Jr. R. \ Pierce, N. h* would not only run. but he would Is..e |
The General French i u for armyEurpoe I hrr charged with the murder of his r"t-cl.t iicHj-Ki midwife. bav i! )tJP.
to it that his: had the
; only and anyouUider mu-t wire ('U '!li'' night of July 8, \'as tak.') : i opponent fog had15 year experience.

I) pa- from the quartermaster : from i r.M: "c by a masked mob of about I ";ild.'ra. I warmest contest that he tad over Can uivbi .'t (.1 r. ft'r"L.tlrulll Buy a new garl;" "

take "* i lr.I i pIJ'rg arc au uniclabl, misanthropical dreamt .
o o
pu aite: in uit-n dr.'l hanged; to a beam over, tlu of.The --- -- leading pr VICIUPnt t.ocity. from the Willis 1111
race at tln Ll'otIf times and M ( =, ,-
city gvelfs on ontO of the principalbtuet ] Same Old Story. \1) RH. tll>Dfc.NJltf ;
i I usuifli.v regard t'lcLJ with the .: lit !Soutn DfViiiiers:.
I .. ci O-.vt-nsborp, at about 2:3.t "- i J. A. Kelly relates an \p >'ni Company
: STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE most uwJIJIf'mhln:; a\ersion. This ,
? lu K this morning. i similar to that which happ"n' i
< -
c : imli'ittcTS: all social intercourse, so that in almost every neisdiboiii..,..1 'in ttr
Th.. I iytxbors. who are supposed te.
I Ilnpci* l'rr".IU'.la and )Iilllltl-H'.at havicouie from the of Anderion ; a n>id.-r wandcrins by accident into United States and has In t-n !II> u and
I 'his I.r th..r'sn'r. is recx-lved re-told by thousands of othirlie
i > a tnannir i
UIIIIH l>ail r\iTit; Sunday."CITY '
> all'--'eJ: crime, about 3 miles
; that if "a !little: m'.re than kin" Isertai,1v says: "Last summer I bad an attackof

OF TAMPA." I \\ii-t ot O'Atcjboro. rcaJt! tht'Irn.. "less! than kind." Instead ofLospita dysentery and purchased a botth of

11 ante Into the city fjuitly and gon! ;? My eiitertainins: his visitor nil lII' Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
r'I' *" BIII I.vivn'-acola::* pm I Diarrhoea Remedy whi h 1 I usrd] according -
to 'the Jail demanded admittance ,
,'<>la.f" >alit Ar M illon ;;i4''put litit either drfps' by a fine thread and

, Die; Knund trip.t .$ :<.i.TlrTON'S which waa refuted. They: then bat dioapprurs (1'l'1JI"i'w (,r promptly prepares to directions and wrh entirely ( TEETHING POWDERS)
I results. The trouble was
-.- trrrd down the prison door and 'II hllc ; to lisLt: hut Eviction Is not L'.i'!
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\\t controlled much quicker! than former lILACS Si" ("'}'. Ark -

NEW COTTON MILL. some went to the prisoner's cell uItad object! but capture, with ulterior dosljrns I! attacks when I U?S:) 'Fnc Jr'at, Ja with.I sit ittt cm Tlaofln 'I m I .,

him out, ethers, of the mob surrounded upou the body whicb with a tviieforethought Keely is a well-known citizen of t'nt m a partake and it came al a raosl op 'irtoae liaiv;oar a.*" 10.*
l I the jailer and his family tu' the master of the house Henderson. :\. C. For sale by all brni in la>1 am l.tian for n>thing IY.| .e can di.1 if gi I; ih< F, j' >lc .i .f !
Officers and Directors Are Electedfor Irftit rein f and lie hoi bad no farther trouble Other CiCatfri vl tin I.ta./: *'. un I il
prevent them from giving the alarm. already dehtines for the larder. druggists and medicine dealers been; a perfect iUCCeoS.BOYS .

tI1 Ensuing Year. I Anderson was soon secured and 1111 I Hut putting aside these prudent considerations
Tifton ra. July IT.-The stockholdrs I PO'outll.htOIllIlIt. B. ,
a few tloment81' led across the It Is a grand albeit a savage Foley's Honey and Tar ana GIRLS !T moUsy ,
of the i'nulan Cotton mills met in I srArr.Ing .
II I street: from the prison where a rone: sight to witness the encounter O. 'OU Can
the (lm't' of th. funk of Poulan andtlecleil cures colds prevents pneumonia our "Blueine." "ii was placed about his neck and h when the combatants are well matched! bourchola uMrry lady Ibtl..lIllhtttlb..u thev n. it. Ur.e tlitt-t inakI .
offliers and directors of thE i for ize niul the lilue-nttcr 'vt'I used in thl R.b. \\ritclcilay. ffnrt.* jour tt-rrltcry '. '> .
strenptb- cautiousndnncc you
beam olsia'ts. to
was hanged to a over a pair If yon want a nice present giveto .
company Th.- necessary amount bolue OLin -". unj w. will scud by rnurn mail one dozen fiu-Lngf-: >t "Blur ris
011 The mob then dispersed.i 1Jarre.t wlih a delicate testing of a friend. go aud look through the W htii you tinve sold ilinu, rrturo Uf >Uf., tHiuili tin. talaco tor, u* .\.ur iklon
ml.M rii-linns!' having! : h..n secured tt Anderson was the first threads on both tides; the wily feint elegant;: line of suitable articles at : 1'0 not d..IIIY. hut write at orjct-

T *t*rt th- mills! the dre tors will meet I white !!man yet. ever l lynched in Daviesscour.ty. : followed: by a precipitate: retreat and J. I. Stephen, you purely can find .\,'t.U'1l'HIIoG: : ( O liqit. C IS. Itoi Ot. i'lnla "a

.t r I vith reiir.-vntaiixvt. of machnerk > i wild dimpling of the here snsjx-nJed ia ," something to plea e you. If you

I t.ou IIn nut Tuesday Mr the pur. I midair, and then the headlong: rushind want anything in the Diamond line '

101.. of pun-hasting th,- machinery foihf At was the charged time the was murder committed with whichhe Anderson ; death grapple. hnnd to hand foot I I be sure to see him before you buy. ROYAL STANDARD \\\illISl\ E8 E\\

plnr.f The company organizes I to foot, which is rl'l1''rl'o1"l'ry hupri"-s- !
and hits wift- had been
t ,: with |l"i iHiii Miiiscribc capital; "i'1 for about seven weeks and separated Mrs lye when six legs are brought;; Into IF YOU ARE Years Old, in Cases of( 4 Full Quails at S3.20 per cast

I fKirt pail I in The following '(' nctive niisition nt once on eitherside. I
) Anderson was living at her father '
'" I'r.- cIwfH.i- \\*. ('. Vereen C. A. .-London Opinion.Mnl.trln ; I BARGAINS
''t house, whither Anderson: went for LOOKING FOR di-tilled N ('
Alf rd. \II \Voolard.. .1 0. McPhaul( -.. 1 TH1WHIiKEY: : i" at t' Uon .
the alleged purpose of affecting' a re and Moncinltur :! and ifully rnutur--d 111I\'
J. W J
THtum. Westberry.V. W. \VHonk
conciliation. The Roman's father. it In Formosa recently a battalion of : b. f"r\'b.'ttlill: J I. UIIIJH'r. Dr. T. C. Jeffords .
I is said, entered some objections an1 soldiers, completely! protected frommuJsluitocs 1 For the next ten days I will sill PI quality by any Whi-key of the! -Ill.'
W ( Vi'r. n. president of the Moulirlc
where! The Royal M I't"
the irate husband then dragged his wife for 1C1 days durIng the i no matter produced.
E'..!!tln mill.-. was elected presieet. I ; malarial you any article now in -tock at a \ !, eight years old when \bottled, and con-. '
season escaped the disease :
into the yard and shot her to deata
t r A Alford. first vice president! ; I entirely whereas there were 239: cases' discount of 2": per cent from the reg. its excellent quality, N the cheape-t wl! i-k

JI. C \V.nIartI..on4 vice prt-sident lie was arrested shortly after the i Think of willsave _ _ the market: at that price. As a bevera; .-
ular it-you
of malarIa In an unprotected battalion price. .
I crime and was:: in the Owensboro jail absolutely stimulant there inun- !r.
..' ,' W. J. Mi K 'rrall. secretary. and J. G. when he was lynched. in the same place and during the same I $ij on a diamond ring; or pin Shipped in ca-e containing nil marks wlit, t. vindicate :

\; t ; )1trhai! tna.urrrThe length oftime.Foley's I where at regular price it would cot contents. If purchaser: :

J. ,; mills will manufacture sheetlegs the i< not sati-flecl with tI'! ij'i..
: whi-key
I AMERICANS INVITED TO SPAIN. Kidnpy Cure purifies the $100. See ; you save 2"cents; on .
only! and will ptmhasp machinery the at our .thd(
can return !ame expen-e
blood by straining out impurities I dollar's worth you buy. Nowis
\ : I t .td h"I'| in have th> mills\ in operation the whole Cures every will be refunded.All .

t ". ", : A within: .'" daj.-. Minister to United States Says Spain kidney up and bladder troubles.system.Sold by i the time to buy your diamonds: or orders chould be accouipann: J by ,

.. I... __ ___ __ 1 Wishes To Cultivate Friendship. \\'. A. irAlembcrte, 121 South Pala-I watch or any other article in tock TJGUTYEARSOLD currency. pn.t;'H>ce money order bank dr if':.. aiI

MRS. DORSEY GIVEN VERDICT. i New York. July 17.Cmilio De Oj.-. fox street. very cheap. Call and examine pre s money order. We refer to Fir-t N '

; da. the new Spanish minister to thi I goods. Remember, this oiler is for AKDAR Hank or any merchant in l'ensacola.
country. l is in the city and will remain Coy Kills His Father. ten ; No trouble to show
Atlanta Woman Awarded $6OCO in Co only days
Ki'ox: \ ill". July 17-William Fair! a pS
!h for shoit time before FRIEDMAN
a >
lpre ginir S. A.
lurnbus for Killing of Her Son. I good: J. I. STEPHENS.112South \
for the remainder ol boy azc-d U. shot and killed his father
: I' AtUtta .It'1! }' 1- Ir". Su>an Dor Newport : William! \ Palafox street
Fair with
a shotgun loadedwith
th. the condition
summer. Discussing
try "h g'Vrn it xerdiit of IO.INU: ) hy small shot :SOLE P OI'RJETOR. 1'EXSAOlLA. Fr.\.
Marion Greenecounty
of trade in and the :
Spain -
} a jut) In i'11'iiinlni yesterday fur th! proIOsCd Ter.npsfee. The boy entered The fiue t line of umbrellas in the
t '
itll the
death <>f h.r im, Charles Dorscy. Tht reciprocity treaty Unit I his home and procured his shotgu.ito city is at J. I. Stephens' Go lookat : I* O. BOX IH. TIH.I.l'HOM: : ITU
the, minister h i1STt:1
S : ed States. is quoted \
verdict "lij 8lam.t; the CulumbuyKailrcwd i them.

p.a: ( I I'if the Journal of Commerce as;: aayins;;: go huntir.! His father objected ......--..-I.ns..

; j .mipany.Vtmnc "::; 1lfl, ha\ing lost her colonies fulI but the boy refused to obey him. Turning '_:. .. A.!arDMA Mo ,CI Il'\nlll every clas; of Liquor- I :.L
mr killed in ; I It
ewa# April, to go away the father tried wish the best b.ttle. wholesale or retail at II
ly I reccKcizes thp importance of increasing to If you very bulk tlr ; pn-
: '
111"! K\ anjI i that time was 19 .f! i if I
t years
; He her commercial! relations it: catch tht boy, and It was then that ice cream freezer at (lie very __; are way down.
Ht. was eniplojed as a I
the youth raised the gun and firedkihlir.g I .;..V: FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
order her affairs the AGENT
to adjust to rmw the Willis
: lowest
i ; $ and had >< > n vent to Columbus to darutre I his father instantly. The boy I price,
conditions lint what is needed: as a
l II j t D V He dimlieii a polf and ,I I was anested.Cow Hardware Co. can please

i : i : .-a ktlltU !,y i online in ('onta.twl: preparation for increased commercial !
: intercourse is a better understanding : you. WICKEStCO.
\ I !1 a \\\t a ..reMr art Killed at Ansley. _ _ _
I. I t .. Horsey brought suit againstIte I and more general interest between I
: the two i l'(1rll's. : Ar.sley Oa July 1i.-J. H. Cowait : We will launder your spreads! for

t t MIDI althf' petition claiming ,,I while engaged in loading lumber at 15 cents each. and make them loo
"I think that
a happy and practlcai. and Steam
that tiw wire was not insulated at that Plumber Gas fitter
I way cf creating this better understanding this place was killed by being struckby 'like uw. Star Laundry. ,
f |i>lnt and i-harging; neglUemv", to they a loaded truck. i I ., ,
I has bctn hit upon. The idea coolers that do not
(,nipanThe case was tried in Civ Water
is to establish a kind syndicate utompiise ; No False Claims. No. S South Palafox Street.
t Iambus and tue trial terminated ye; waste ice at the Willis ,
It : .i the rich bankers in Spain Plambic and Gas FittiLics Materials Kept on J-t'
All Kind
t.ribiy. *, ith a'i lnt in favor of thi I The proprietors: of Foley's Honey : O& ? .
I"t 1 th' railroad companies the hole's' Hardware Co.'s.'VEEULY .>?.!:rQONI<1 P-P; ..* *..* .. A 5 T a
t I Zlaetlff and Tar do not advertise this as a

F -_ _ etc.. for the purpose of fncouraln-4' "sure cure for consumption." They

i 4 i ) FORCED TO SHOOT. HIS SON. American tourfots to visit our country do not claim it will cure this dread WCIItJDt La

i The plan is to make the trip as cheaii complaint in advanced cases but do FOR STEAM DIVISION A MAwV *p. rLaVrlIE5Olt

t I: Crarrd from Smoking Cigarettes, BDJTnts ; and in every way as pleasant! as posBible '' positively assert that it will cure in .. .
't To Kill. and have all onvvniences: the eailier staaes!: and never fails to 1'KNSCOLA

I give comfort and -lief in the worstcases. : RAILWAY COMPANY. 111 AVhKV; W-. U.KOI.K ,

Fulton Ky July IT John M<'Dow Fuiey's lIonpand 'Ita I' i.->
I Boilrmakers''strike Still On.
rll. on uf Hun J. H. :McDowell ot without iidiibt the cr atest throat and Trains leave I'ensacol for the Liti.Kayou IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
I ,
:; : Birmingham. July 17.-The strike Big Uayou W arrlngton, N&TJ Y rand
3 t'... CitT<-nn hile craied from : Inns r.'meii!> Rt fu.;e substitutes at

', ,. I ( icar -tte cni'iklnc' tfmpted to kill among the boilermaker. pattern-ma'i- Sold bW A. D'Ah nibcrte, li'l South Fort liarranc
ers and blacksmiths of Hirniinghaii Palafoxtrf'f't. O\KIa.: .m.arrive at Fort lJarranca' 1:15* i.
i t I. I.U father The latter tried to ove"- : 10-uu.m.arrive at Fort Barraacag: a.c ,
tj continues with no indication of .
!I a settlement IOlJp.m.&rrlveat: Port Barraneai 1U ( cJ.
him and anally had to shooiMm
being reac hed.I Foley's .80 p. m. arrive at tort Karraacaj 4:15 p c
to set him to drop his weapon. I I Kidney Cure I *:15p. m. arrive at Fort harrancai T:00pt i Iron, XaiN. Axe fthivnSaw' Mill and lf-lIIIJ"at:

Th. l bti> '* condition wac: not ful';; I m\kes L'dneys ar.d: Udder ri ht. "Sixp Traloa m.pave arrive Fort at tort barraacai Karrancai for 8t Penis p.c '. Supplie-i, (.'",ikitlg and H. aur.gitfJV"--.. Paint. f ulWiLdow -

: :$100 1JW.\H\I.slOn. Ula--. GUll. Fi-Mls and Fijnin4 Ti-ki'-
". iNUtwd until h, appeared with a pilot .- cola at

and, following!: a threat. niod at : The readerof this paper: will I Iplea.d lx> Pocket cutler and scissors Tia.m. arrive at Pensacola .. _:*' a. t ; Agate and Tinware aim( Uouseiiirnishin (; l lgI1..
l to leiirn: that then- i Nat l":atone
1 b,, r.ther : lluop m. arrive at I"en6acola.ll:44: p.t
ilrea k-il dNea that i-cienoe from the finest to the .':lJIJ p. m. arrive at i'entacola_ 2.t f.t .II'1U
< ur.l
Ajeprir.atng the ....._. ;: For KIUMINOHAM: ROLLING MILL;
sravity of the situ $:OU p m arrive at cusaccla t.ti P c LrAGEXH
; 41 a been able to cute in all it-..tai;: -rand cheapest, at the Willis arrive ai fensacoia T.2 KIIWtieei
) '
7 \ :
ttun$ and that bomethiog! must b : p. m. ( R< vere Giant Stitched Ileltin: Northampton
1 that i catarrh.. HallV (Catarrh
arrive at Feniicola i.1Il1' r '
Hardware Co.ANFER S.5p.m. C".. Liftin & Powder (;0.. J'hn"on K -
d-itive cure tnwnown 'H&torcl.yi OnlyrAatPoZWE i
I Iron King and Iluck :Stiivea:; and Rari?" U.
J ;:jfimite
h' : :BATS.
ROD loner leg which made a tll th int-ciical fraternity 1 .
.It.1 wound in the ankle and had th' Catarrh lu-in; a ron-titntimial
) .. SALVE Penacoiatoavy: lard and return... .% Made Railroad Color
; d..ill.'CI tffp' t The boy was taken h'au i'i..r. require constitutional,"lltnt. feniaoola to Palmetto Bracb and re'.crt ItVhen
rt atTlum Hall'- Catarrh ('ur.I U Ukeninternally 'he most hpHi1 3t:! 's In tsq wort .IHI D"Y sc.ucLui.i. Masonic Temple. .ID J Pt.nsitetuIa4J! :_

4 1 t actins: din-etly up.';; tli--, \ veatber permits tbe rnnnlcj c "
----- --- blood and of
i mue.HIlrlce.- thiytem : open conches.

S =, A. R. lUf.o. of Morgantown, Ind., had thereby\ d".t ro\"i IIU'' t Ill' font Lr\f Peniacola LT Kort B rrioci := W. B. WRIGHT GOfflPASYMANfFACTFRLRS
jation of the J! ..PlI-f'. and ;jrivinj: tl 1:. I II II. m. 10 a. a. '-f-lj .
2 to fret up ten orjt'I'etimes in the 11a.m. u mIp.m. ,
building!\ th.
p pt ;r\atimtstrniifth ; up Intants and Children p.m
( eight! and had sever backache and constitution tnJ ,;-- in.r: : n.ntire mijinp Op.mIp.m: Ip.rc ANL IJE4r! 1'-

!t pains In the kidneys.Vas cured by its wurk. Th- proi'rietor- (ffis Kind Ycu Have Always BocgKI p. 14 \ I E)..
L naveo uiucli faith in it* curativ-: 4p.m pin
Jp.rc: : < I LATHS
Fcky'a Kidney Cure. Sold by W. A.I powers. that they .>tft.rne llnndredDollar 301, 'fl. em. ip.r-m c rrr LUMBER, ,
j; for any eau! it fuils to / I ,
D'.4.ltoabt! 121: S."ith Palafox! street 'U! ". ::'.t.d f"i list\ of tt'-timonial-! .;;LI4ttir tt 01 d ? to FARI ort"OM Bamcc&i ecDAeniaCot& SaY) I [; <:

_ _ Addre. F J. fiiKNKCo... 1 are and r tnrD_ __.___ It ( I SAWED CYPRESS SfiINGnS..Rtr.! ; "
Pfcuoola to Palmetto B" rh sad I ; J' .. -
IUlMin r..m. III >on hernvrUr Too<1 T.ledo.O. Know One *nre Kerned ".rtl.. _______ 1. I JE L t FLA.
: If-fold by Druggists. Toe ; j _....7-- PENt-ACOIA.
I .,.. 1II'II0't.*.. cure for w-.1 I.. 'c r an ot aase c 1 ie:aai! a ...-.'.l\aI.4J. No trelrbS tlTed arpr :Hp. K.

.-'. .,- -- _. ,- = ..... ....,*.." .- > -. -.-.- > .S.- -_ .- .

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I ?



ry OTHER SELF A WAGER Omaha.New Route July to Yellowstone 17.-The Burlingtonroad Park. '

: ABC'5Off2PfIAW has been notified that the government Tult's PillsThlspopularremedyneverfafls ; 11 ,

I will construct a new over ,
j ''i '
[Original land stage road from Cody Wyo., tc : .

!'.. r an ex.ift It is singular how people on board I II the eastern outlet of Yellowstonepark. to 1 ;' ;

S :. f,':!' ship! are given to bt-tting. I have : t ( II I The road will Le 57 miles long effectually core Ii I :
\r.. v .. it a bun known a man who when ashore would I I and Cody will to the puisne Canyon a direct hotel to route the north from I Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick e t \ i :, t-' t-1'.e <>lH>S lfi consider himself disgraced at riskingmoney Headache Biliousness I it :
: of Yellowstone lake which is regarded J ,
,'!'Iwn IllUklllK, *1 f on a national election lay a wager I as the gate access to the park. and ] And ALL DISEASES arising from a :t ; ,

.. : a 0ffLL.BOTTLEbtNG. at sea on the color of the eyes of '
.iij and on.: egw :
: :1
will shorten the distance over 100( ( TorpklLiverdndBadDigeston J :
!ue! we ai'e t>Ull. .. BEERAS the pilot who would take the vessel : w' : miles. .
Tbe natural result is good app tlU I '
SOLD EVERYWHERE.Again. : into port. end solid flesh. Dose small; elegant 1.

.! H nioniin;: in my We were in the middle: of the Atlantic -! ARE Uncle Sam's Good Offices Desired. ly sugar coated and easy to swallow. ; !' !

!i1. 'r of a s.k:>!o'rll1t r and those c.fs who frequented IakeNoSubstitute.- : t
ocean, I New York. July 17.-Bolivia has d* ; ; i

II .ndu\v. 1 rt-mcni- The figure had ll :;apprar(>d. I the smoking cabin! had \become i I I j YOU A cldPd to request the good offices of th.T.'rited I

I ,tiiN 111U iMH-kt-ts. explained nothing/ but Immediately I ,
well acquainted. There was a more iirm'terate COMING States to settle! the Acreques.
S t ...>! ti) .*.<... uiiotU went out. Calling a cab I directed the of aboard than :
set pamWers tion a Rio do Janlero dispatchto
MOTHER says The Beer 'I
S \\ iniu\v: t-t un oi I I t The Herald. This decision I Is .
S .. was up one recounted what had occurred, and after i) run of the ship, the weather anti all 1ii ARE YOUEXPECTANT much criticised here. '

I . j
a:.,i,,.es; I also wear me a quieting! mixture and told me to disputes on which to stake our money j ;
o MOTHER'S FRIEND Racial Animosity in Transvaal
0 ..* liranl trliumoj to fix my mind on my business.! :I' There was one man who always

S ;, 11s iw-e was a trlfie It was Rome time before I dared po I !'oked with us who could! not be in- makes childbirth easy by preparing the New York July 17.-Some uneasiness

.- uilu\ The ouly S to the window again but after goingS I j diK-t-d to gamble, a clean shaved, j system for parturition and thus shortening I is felt in cffictal circles with regard & T&MU3& U I.1:5 I. :
I to the situation in South Africa
S. :''ro :,t was the cluthw.ts there several times without seeing my smooth looking:; }oun? fellow in bpcctacUs. -)jI labor. The painful ordeal is robbed of its .
I' and the cable.-- the London of
terrors danger lessened to both correspondent
double I made up my mind! that I was Somel o I
S I t mother and child;the time of confinement The Tribune. It is evident the (!a\ !
f-urprise my all right again and was beginning to that' ,
I'rimvton divinity i student, .
i is shortened the mother rested and child
: of complete racial reconciliation m I
.1 1 l--n trcatirnuliles of the when
Ul.I l'r matter one :
I cease thinking I was not bubstantiatid. seeing: that he and
fully developed, strong healthy. I
t but thl.s walked the window and justas 'II the Transvaal! Is still far distant. Th. !
I to
5- day I was not of the letting! kind, we all let Morning sickness, or nausea arising I \

1 !i.ifore.Vero my I reached it uiy double reached his I I him: ttlono. except a fellow named r j from pregnancy, i is prevented by its u e.1 smouldering animosity between theBoers

p-turn undt-r a newnIii&1natitjn t i ii own window. Our ryes iu... Roth Ai-hwr-t. a cur,.,'. Ill tavorou uian I i, As pregnancy advances, the breast enlarge *ho j-)ined the national scout MADE BY ACME: HHKWIXG CO. :

? Had started i back I with a wildly beating whom none of us i'.ked! and whose abI become swollen and hard. Long toward the end of the camiiaien. and ,
.5 II ff.-t.t'tI? I shrank ]heart, ray count-ri>art with a look of hence w e ould have pr'C..I1'I.1.Ir. \ before the child. is born. they are preparing the other burghers is reported to be IO-CKNT notn.K HKKK: I.

'.' '-i !<)W and into a i ii unutterable surprise.' I hastily left the j ": Tillotscn," ho would say to the for that the secretion of inilk. It is Import. bursting into flame. IN TOWN.D&NNHEISSER. t I i
ant they receive early attention.
'.! W that Foincthlnp
..ii'l asked what it bound fur Southampton, England. j Longino Refuses To Interfere.
cr | $10 tn u cvnt tLat we don't maiioth'r facilitates the secretion of Life Fluid. i iI.

>I"-.l k. but could not I remained abroad two years. I l I ves.l I this side of Sandy Hock," or "111 Undeveloped breasts, hard-caked shortly j Memphis. July 17.-A Scimitar special AOEXTS FOR THE CELEBRATED i SI

S i ,'tut to the window would not have returned even then had |bet jou twenty to five that there i isn't ) after delivery are the result of non from Jackson. Mis., says: Governor I I. f Harper f !st. \ I ,

I not recelu-d! notice from my attorney j a cloud in the sky tomorrow at eight; treatment an
I.. _:....1. h"tm;:. 1 IS that\ I was needed! in the settlement of''! ]bells noon." Mammary Abscess from which so many In the cases of Ashley Cocke anJ Main Houe-401 !i''i. Palafox street. .

mfather's estate. I had had trouble "1 never let" said Mr. Tillotson. | suffer excruciating pain and are left with I Thomas Lauderdale sentenced to R. R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depol.P. i

fortitude.( I looled from the first for my father and moth- I "1 only want to n.ake it interesting these Softness.organs pliability permanently and expansion impared.are; given lathe death for the" murder of Engineer O. Box Phones 2!<1. 116268.g Pensacola. Fla. 1 i

or had stparatvdhcn I wi<' but a'': fur the part: j." | muscles and sinews thus bringm* comfort Uhea. and they will hang at Greenville iI ,
ami causing an isvje of the child. Try It.I I _ _ k
/ easy _.
i iplirntlons.
old, and this naturally:! led to com-1
year for the sake --- -----
Nasal "Well. then for once, Of druggists$1.00. Our Wk "Motherhood" free. next Tuesday.The I jI

I had remained with my fither. -, of the party. I'll go you. I'll bet you THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA, GA.

CATARRH who I always understood, had I J.'MX: ) even that before we fright; Fire I Best Liniment For Strains.Mr. I I :.i: if :H- .

what there was to bequeath. My attorney Wand l'Ul'ul! the captain's nose." clears. If I should try it on now, he'd F. II. Wells, the merchant at ll\1 :
.tle!. e.s. 1 did not inform me as to the nature -I Every man present took his cigar out murder ue." Deer Park Long Island. X. Y., says: \ .'!;) ; ..

of this last complication, only intimating I "I al'a's'recommend Chamberlain'sPain I
of his mouth and looked ct speaker. -
The next morning was and I' )
I 11.1111' that he needed my presence Balm as the best lnimen: for ] i'
i The captain was the most dignified
I after breakfast we were notified by : I : f "
.1 at once. I hailed for New York and and forbidding commanding: strains. I used it last winter for a : : .: I '
j man
Gerkin to assemble in the smokingroom '
: severe lameness in tin Bide, result I '
on arrival called at the office of Mr. of the great liners, a tyrant to his | I ,. "I,. '
any and wait for the cereuony. We ing from a strain. and was greatly =i .. M-- '
llazelton who had summoned me. I\. I'
I i men and irascible with his passengers.: I I"I did so, and about 10 o'clock Gerkin pleased with the quick relief and cureit : --=:.# --- ,

II, That there was something of Impori can do that myself," said Ashurst, i I came to us and desired us to follow effected." For sale by all druggists gj::1.V.' : .j
hw)to ftltri!!,Ipr..I ; his mind evident lIe
tance was
i "if I urn willing to abide tbe ronsequ'nl'es him. lie led the to the barber and medicine dealci \V!
-e.t r.eief: i.1m 0 way :; \
; a' looked me all over as if he had neverseen ,
1: i* not ..iryindoee'2e,5OeentaatDu.: then stood still look- j shop. There, reclining on a chair, his -- fl- 5- -5 I I 1j.jf: ,
me before '
1 will -l 'f :
stipulate. rejoined i
S ';: i 1 face covered with lather, sleeping tort --
ing at me, without saying anything. if the tbe ,
0 : i CEM by mail |1 ""Well what is it?' I asked Impatient.Iy. "that captain makes" slightest I c tlrstttrne. .. in forty-eight l hpurSj! was ... I t- I \ -
-M7t }
S ,m'u S'.ret.l.New York. I, objection I lose the bet. I"Tlil'rc's | the captain. Over him, in a barlr'ci1re1aciet < '. i"l .: .
Iy. chance, Ashurst." I .I L
your of\. '
-- you evtr hear that your mother "Take him" .'-SST"lie's I 8toodTi.notspn! ,. shavinghim. ; nit ignatare ii on very box of the genuine 1: .. v IiJ.1' ; ,) i t :
S -::- :::_ + When the smokers appeared, Til t .,", -
loft he asked i; \, .:... = -I-
Laxative wet8
giving his BroraoQuinineT .f H.
4BUCTY FOB "No." I you : lotson took the comman er's nose between I! ..,5 ..G : ...
were a few of the remarks j the reued/ thAt core cold la one Uj, ;I -
his fingers and it a strong -
"Or that she had an interest ia your gave II
: fired Ashurst by those llrl'sl'nt.s- I ,
THE PEOPLE. father's ctatet' pulL Its owner was foo sleepy after
hurst puffed nervously, blowing a ; Everything SI
"\u. My mother died i !before my fa cloud of smoke, showing by his! espresj his long watch even to waken, nor did i C.A.BTon.J.A.: : ;
j the shout of laughter from those with- I '
: ,
ther. B.ara Di K.-j u Ha.e f"215 &IJ8gatuze
Cent '
'S lou i ,
: v >MS ; Ion both a desire to possess himself

t w rJ i is Head "There is a piece of property whicb ; of Tiilotsou's money and caution lest I out produce the slightest effect : 4-! I lIs so Handy -: :
we must sell before settling the I j It was unanimously decided that Til- cM
he should be outwitted. The latter
I v \ j f
I lotson had fairly won. lIe ?100 !
I"l.'X was jointly by your fatherand i!
S.- ..:: ,_ _-. : + mother. At any rate, it needs th j prevailed."Oh I|i .'r the.5 money !In champapie.. :The.. rest When using a Gas Range ,j
\1" I \ I" l I; U. I I i i"Very there's some /guy in that. It'snot Kent to the anor7 ilmUgharli.r.CUTIILtERT I that the kitchen work U lightened.
signature of the heirs of both.
-. -- --.. : a legitimate subject for a bet." i. is thewell' '
well. Am 1 not the heir of him i \t N EXZIE. : The Happy Home, :Sonps and Sauces: are made quickly. i
"See crawfish remarked
S ,...."Vild furnlt one --- --- : ;
\1 both 1""Como .\ Cbarch In "'slu. I You can always have jut the fire .
t:.AI"Iorp..r.o of the smokers. "I knew he'd back out ; tl
4-' Mrictfsti : here tomorrow morning at 9 Wrexham: parish church Is known as \ furnished home. Marston need for bit of and
if any one faced him. you any cooking,
S : to \ tuht-r. o'clock. I shall want your signature." "Why, Ashurst," said another, "he's one of the seven wonders of Wales. It : $ Quina can supply you you can get everything ready at just '
; "Explain." 'i I dates as a structure from the fifteenth" i
sure to be pitched overboard, andyoull with all needed in the the right time and in just the right '
I S 'f\ 11 r..t telow- "Tomorrow at 9 o'clock" he repeated j'' |I century and I Is cathedral-like In its pro- way
take in the $;;00. j jI .
d > :'U- at and the for fuel
IKrnoks.. and went into his private offic I Thus badgered on the one hand and I i portions. A "chained" ttible now kept : of house furnishings at the way expenses gas as .

S ). -' iMiherin At the appointed hour I was at Mr under lock and key. is among the curious I is surprisingly low.Peflsaeola. .
i m i 0 1 o encouraged; on the other, Ashurst !began \ lowest prices cash or credit. S
--- [ Hazelton's office and was told to wait,1, relics' and beside it Is a handsomely
--- i to give way. :
"I \ .. '.' :.". II Ill"" .'! !, in an anteroom. Presently t,he door i i i "Will you all see that there's no bound "visitors' book," sent by the Gas Co. 5 5I I
'Ju'I.J&.nti students of Yale UnitedStates !
oiM-ned. and I was ushered Into the i j! university,
S 'II. i l i", ,,- -: r"ti <<. catch In the matter, he asked the 1CCOOfri.Awarded I
S i -O'.-.1 tj r."I'l main room. At the same: moment a :i ij I for the use of Yale students- :
i i' party: "that lie really pulls the cap- at Paris N5 No. 3 S. Palafox St., Pensacola. Fla .
.b ? .t J't" .Jt'J 1'ftla1 i j diKir opposite me opened and a man tain's ?" !iting; the church. In the churchyard is:
J nose
la-t j jKt 1 o the tomti!'tunu of Kllhu Yale, with Its
advanced mt) tlje room I had entered. i "We will!" shouted every man. i.

S '.' :.. .i MONKY: I Ii Horror of horrors, lie was my double! "Where nnd when will yon do it?" 1, quaint: epitaph. The soldiers' chapel, CHOICEST I

S S 'pc' We stood looking at each other like asked Ashurst. which is entered through; an exquKlte .
> o- rll real Pij"crtptlon i PNA1AROCHEWINE
i have the two 1'romios, he In wonder, I lu "When and where I like." !: arch, has u beautiful memorial win- -0-
'.."," itttrnded to, i dow to the Welsh fusileers who Lave j
S I. \\ stson (;0. terror. "Who's to witness it?" I

S .:./Ole.. "i"nt Torvtryon, 1'.n.-* "Uh. heaven! I moaned. "It has ".\11)' or every man here including I fallen in battle. CORDIAL f FRUITS INOCONFECTIONERY f r : 'i"- :

.. S will lend money i\ comv back to me! yourself. I'll notify you in time to be 0 0I II ;
Hliht5t rtcoTitnenJation for of Poo'ncss
1 ; cure
S S i"-. "d-tf "Centleinen," said Mr. llazelton "I (In. .'nt." :j Can't I blood Stomtch trouble .nd General DeS j jof -

need the signature: of 1-otli of you to a i),I ".\mid It the captain' knocks yoj j:i Eat bi:i'y Incrc.sc5 the tppcinc, strengthens 11't I
I" \ I :"" ,'I I :" '. .. ,;, nerves tat bui.Js up the entire stfJJ "! :
d -... You i
-..... - < are twinlrutbl.rl (lO'Vli" \Ite C. APOSTLE'S
_,.. ,. .. "Twin brothers1! exclaimed in S 5 r.... 1I..u..t ; :
S - S with PARIS
S .. r..-{.inom-y 11 rltf,u< for|' breath." the money is jours." I i|I appetite i is gone and the boweN are F., .'OUKO.. J. .-... 14 East Government 8t !

-ulicitor w'ill to'd. Yes.Vhen your father and mother Ashurst. was an avaricious man, and constipated. Nothing will do you as .'''('Rh, :\.'. I

"!."..nt.lnig d ,Invest I'H. ITjylw iiixnt .. sep-.rated. your father took one your I the tbanct': of winning the money wa much good as a doe of Ho-tetter's Formerly Cordova KetaurantBtan

-- mother the otLor. It was agreed betuxn draw ing him far more than the r Stomach Hitters" before each meal.It (I ; S
S "I -.ti..i :. : tl.un that each child tlwuld lie i i of : will -trtngthen the tomach restore j:I One: ear-load of Pineapples at 11.75 .
thl'pul't) was driving/ him. lIe sat ,II the appetite prevent Constipation CURE YOURSELF1! to $2.00( per dozen.
S"r..( fouryiHrnldon : \kept in ignorance of the other.1 |I :
S vigorously, trying; to think of and positively cure INMGESTIOX. ""CCKFS V..flig1frunnatsraI ,
'1\1. I\t tilt! lenS The rl'lll'f-ihe I
twodrtv.. i>jst* finding of a brother i i home way by which Tillotson could DYSPEPSIA. BILIOI SXESS AM in I 1.54.,.. di5charfr.iDila'rim&iin5. --- --

S ---' a twin brother, of whose existence I win, but as no way appeared to him MAI.AKIA FEVERANn TRY got u firman, ef irritations in U CUD or I meniSranp4.uloratun tGOLAY= ,

".lIrSII power wood ItollerTiiplete fiiw Lad been in Inornnel'-was; a delight\ I! he dually: determint'd to take the risk. A iiiiiTLr. and see for your elf. Don't a |flitvACSEM Prrrvou Cosufioa.ClCl, fm I'ainlfM' piiuuvU ani nut itna. ; !

':. realy f"r use. that can only be understood by experi: The accept a substitute.HOSTETTER'S.
was in the hands Reid S
\ cionty I'ut up ,sINcInO., >T Druggists Grist and Corn Meal ,.
l'jlw Mills
ence. It did not require that we should of a' passenger: a man named fierkiii; L u.B.i. pre.-nt io plain wr pp r. .

H.oKIIlA H'lMK(1 have been brought up together to feel who luid *.t / Sy. ) Tat TJ.0' ,
never been in thw nuokin: C
; 18.
firm with homO Prop i
Circttltr .c ftt ,
,. that strong mutual drawing always to' cabin and vu icjuejW .
> 011 at one!. AUo for was supposed to be entirely m
'. :i ,16'00. ,.."- liilt he found in children: of a tingle birth. ''unprejudiced. The terms of the bet STOMACH BITTERS. Mftnufactcreri f ,
S '
"0'1.. Correspond We advanced, embraced and cried situultaneoualy I !' CHOICE MKAL AM) I'L'UKGKOUND J
''i 1.\", l 51a.. Tjvlw* were explained to him, and Le was --- PENNYROYAL i :
; pledged! to PILLS STOCK FEKD.Fslronlie : ,
I Mioit 1-oU- seerc-ey. Every man gave' PROFESSIONALCARDS. S
,. "You areT''Mark. his: ----- *. r ; br.ulpr.. Home Industry, for there U > i ; .
> .
> t"rnn by the FIsher word to refrain from any collusion -- r-Jt stAH. < i4i. : -rrn reason should
v. :::n', $oum Palatal lax." 1 Inr rillCIIK-TMC-N KM.LIMI every yon bay your Meal tna i i' :
l alm with the captain. In short, every car W. C. ROWE, M. D. w'> .. HH> ..1 b.M '''I,i-.. .. .1- <-.>! Htock Feed from the !
." S ....., for by 10 doing you j
I : 1. h. Rr.. ,
j was taken that the wager should It r .'.'.."h..I1.... sad i"ii .; try. Your money U left lu ; I.
Office 17 S. ; -
i : I'aUfox. .. ... ,
I I was Max, and he : II. .. '
'.r. Kent.ruralbed. was Mark. No fair: for both parties. The stakes were '.or.J .'.. 'arCI"... 0' .1 b. ii and you in turn are inpport.'i
11&11I1' .1..1.
twins ever more clearly resembled ; not to be turned over to either without 0 Hours from t to >>:'-j) a. m. !and I to :3 p. m Si'C" ..I..I.II.rr..l.4......Tedam..i.ia,."......s, .. 0 In fostering tbe borne I !.
I y room atIleet. ._ 'a r. 'Vlall. O.Otitt Tuo.,. '! contribute to the Cfttue of
Su I '
and after 7 o'clock \.__ b
aUtti each other, and Mr. llazelton. with: a'lawyer's the unanimous vote of every smoker I .D..cp", "frb..t.,4. ...(..1('. It to the community in ; If
5I'm..VtCE .. .. .
--- instinct seized : Phono Olio M.JI. .Pe, 'IIII..i I| which oontrlbntei to your t .
a and
pen i present when the bet was made, an j ,
\s _ _
i- .inl l-llilf. scratched -- -
.- our respective names on our e\en number Jerkin to cast the deciding I -- f '

\ .' husine 4. splendid S cuffs to preserve tbe identity of each IMy i vote. -I lI i

Nor tuaa. Short timt brother on seeing me at my window :j The day passed without any molestation GOTO t \ '
i or conducting your *,
"mwitiri from tart.S had been similarly affected as I ,: of the captain. The weather was .

S. po*ilinn4 guaranteml.Harber Even the pleasure! at finding/ one an- stormy' and he rarely left the bridge.

College: NewJTJtf otht has not to this day obliterated i "(;0 up there, Tillotson, and do the I ) :

\\ I .., girl to dO g.ncraI.tpi.y from either" the horror of encountering Job where all can see it," eaid a F. E.

; at No. 12 Mouth double F. A. MITCIIEL. I smoker. BRAWNER'S.
JlOlf i iol "\> need of that," replied Tillotson. ,
Trranon. I I. :
\\ \ solicitor! ; will payS i "He'll contf down when the wel1.tht'rI
> 'III to right one. AdS Lieutenant! -I>oa't you know enough .

niru'e. m-Uf i to salute jour superior officer? ---Bronchitis- -- -For-Twenty--- -Years.-- ---I *-For> Seven Days we will Offer the Following Prices:-& l! it

\i S \nunn tun from Esam New Sentry-I did, sIr i ;
one* to prepare for Mrs. Minerva Smith of Danville i! It
', VTnmfnt StrVICe. Ap- Lieutenant failed to see you. _ _ _ _ _ J i.

S -rrs. lint.. ('cJar Rap- entry-I said. "Hello, there!" but I 111., writes: "I had bronchitis for 20 doz Men's; French Neck drop2):! Pair Men's New Orleans sewed You should look at J ; : if
IJlm' line of
i guess you didu't hear me.-New York ;, twenty years and never got relief until stiched, undershirts for 23c: ; drawers or Cable Screwed Shoes, for this sale, Ladies' High and Low our I

\\ k.l kinli of empty beerS Journal. II I I used Foley's Honey and Tar, to match. ?1.20:! ; solid leather. WB Cut Shoes. i ; S i H
can save !
i* A I II you money : .
KKIIDKAH. oorttf' Sold W. A. I
I which Is a sure cure. by 2o doz Men's Fancy Striped Lace \ I
121 South Palafox street. 175 Pairs Men's Hand Sewed Viol l,()) yards Lawn fast colored .
A Cure For Summer Complaint i ii D'Alemberte. and Plain i Bilk Finished, Balbrigan j t.
POI worth 8'j'c to close
at 5c
L'I'HY. Kid
!Shoe in tour different yard.
Undershirts shape '
at 45e each ; drawers to r 1 !
.' \ I{ HltuW- LEUHORNSS -- i: Summer complaint is unusually prevalent match. toes ; regular: fl, for this; sale $2.95 a 600 X-Bar Muslin, regular 7a t .

.5 .'.k. and Eggs: for 1,1. among children this season. A DR. ICING'S 10 dos Men X-Bar Undershirts, pair. goods to close at -Iic yard. f ; : :

'HarJ1I'uIICo'I, l\I8tf well developed case in the writer's worth oOc, for 40c ; drawers to match. I have bought the fall line of Le"yto 1,|fJO) yards Unbleached Domestic m .. I iip ;
II \ TRY NEW DISCOVERY close at 4c.! !
lit ooi4.-4. family was cured last week by the ,! fZ doz Men's Scriven Patent, seam Pou Co. boys' shoes that I wiliclose 1,000 ( 't
yard Best
M. ., HKlKHCMannfactorera : timely use of Chamberlain's Colic, ;, FOR THAT COLD. 0 ida drawers, worth 65c. for this sale out at cost colored! Check Gingham, I.f' ;
regular 7c
S H alr tioodi Hati. ToiletS Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedyoneof 3sc. frt goods, : : : S ;
i 8-.'1I W. Oo nt TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. S 125 pair Boys' Ea Walkers sale DC. "
'ernm y regular
the best patent medicines manufactured 23 doz Boys Extra Size Pants, 12 to 10 pieces White and Red Table I !
goods to close at 35c I
I ., ,... j.t r 1"UI; .;;j.--- and which is always kept on Cures ConsumptioDCoughs 17 years, worth 11 a pair, for this sale pair. Linen, regular! 40c goods, to close at25c S "J

'- hand at the home of ye scribe. This Colds Bronchitis Asthma oOc. : 75 pair Men's Low-Cat Patent yard. No one over 6 yards j.1" :
F 13 intended free for the We fall if
'R KUXKRALaTornUned not as a put carry a line of Boys' Wash Leather Shoes we have been selling 30 pieces Medicated
21-inch .
'I .. Jo" '.a4netsorspl&ldesIgns i company who do not advertise with ; PneumoniaHayFeverPleu-:, Pants. Call and see them. : at f..aO pair. to close at f 1.75 pair Diaper, worth 85c, for this sale Cotton 60c. I :S I t It I I
; eoo, 8:1 W elt 6r..goryIdlm j jus, but to benefit little sufferers who ,
!\ 0 risy LaGrippe Hoarsenees ....r- I '
-.S.------ | may not be within easy access of a ,

I !-1.0 'vI:1t>.. physician. No family should be with- Sore Throat, Croup and This Sale will Positively Not Run Longer Than Seven Days. ti tiI :

I WWWWt'out a bottle of this medicine In the '
11 a4 Floral Lt'slitol- house especially in summer time.- Whooping Cough. I -- I .. ,
S S MJ..rllct(
L. JDO.. K3 West cuslomen Lansing Iowa, Journal. For sale by' NO CURE. NO PAY. 5 j. ; l

ort'lrory.j' all druggists and medicine dealers. I PriCI 50c and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. I 1O5; SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. Q.J ).' t i,;



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QUARANTINEI After DinnerTo TRANSFEROF NOTES OF NOTABLES.The "atro gest t in the \\4'o ',

assist digestion, relieve distress late E. L. GodUin! was engaged;: I

I after eating or drinking too heartily, cpon a volume of reminiscences; when

to prevent constipation, takeHood's SISTER Le died. The -I:.t
1U )Iittrrd at the Post Office at INVESTIGATION ] Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Ending u y
l'eni8COl8'1 j Haggard.
ILl Fla. iteoBd-eUtt nmtt-r. I I IOrriC Pills 1 I "; ... tutu,, ftf"
j a brother of Rider Haggard, the novelist

-F !: :-ritt'i Building, SllJi south Sold everywhere 25 cents. I MARY JOSEPHNumerous I has oi>ened a barber shop.A. I

Jaiafox treet, up-itairt. THE COMMERCIAL BODIES PASS 1 I II. Curtis, cashier of the National THE EDWIABIE

referred to in said report, the condition Bank of North America, New York,
THE MEWS PUBLISHING CO. STRONC RESOLUTIONS ON recently carried $4.0uO.UOO' ) with him in
of the existing law governingthe \ I I
I friends and admirers of money from the bank's! old home to its LIFE[ ASSURANCE I [
game and the specific recommendations WtlHlIAslet
in Advance I I I I
Term: Invariably THE SUBJECT.I new quarters.
1 lovable Sister
the and angelic Mary f
of the joint committee I
Mail ..........15 WBll : I John
Da Year by Glover, whose death occurred
i Montha" ... 2 50 : relating thereto; to the end that uniformity Joseph of the Convent of Mercy in ,; ; . ... . _
recently Tyneslde, England "
j was '
{ On R '* Carrier, Payable Monday lu Pursuant to a published call made of operation of, quarantine I much exercised over :, Reserve and other Liabu '
were yesterday Inventor of the Glover
I I I tower, an apparatus ities. . . . ,' .
TELEPHONE NO. 118. by the! presidents of the two com !. in i ports under the control of the Marine the report received here that the I J of enormous value in tie -- ,.

.I I mercial bodies, a joint meeting was Hospital Service and ports under good woman would be transferred to chemical trade. SnrplusfromwhichDly( ,- --

state control may be secured.A I Rev. Dr. Joshera Young, the well dents are paid . s. .,
II held yesterday evening, being called ... "
Apalachicola, and that the transfer known Unitarian
preacher at Groton
I to order shortly after 7 o'clock byMr. would soon be made. i Mass., and at one time a noted aboliUonst I Paid to Policyholders m
Commerce and Young Men's Business I 1901! ; . ... . . $ /- -
Thos C. Watson secretary of I I For a long time has this good wo- has retired from the ministry I New Insurance : :'
I League request of ::;urgeon-I after' fifty-three years of active serv- in liU m":,

c JULY JB, 1902 i:, the Chamber Commerce, who nominated General Wyman that man graced the sacred portals of the ire.I ,:. Total Insurance In force

i Hon. W. A. Blount for chairman an inspector.I 'I Dec. 31,1\101.\ . . .*.: :- ;- -
be to vessels Convent with her presence and influence Dr. William Craig Burke, who was
appointed inspect near
It { FwKI1A has 6, -ti citizens living i and Mr. Chas. A. Choate for : and child and adult j the oldest atumnus of Dartmouth collogo Notwithstanding the tr!,':ar. -r' ,;,
t : In other state Now is the time for I the mouth of the harbor, and if every I' has Just died in Cheyenne, Wyo. cial strength of the Society : .
secretary, both of whom were chosen. who has ever met her reveres her and greater security which it- _
1' their return, to participate in com- found in good condition, with clean He was a member of the church council

1 ;;! ; 9 log prosperity. If they will do go, I i Chairman Blount having stated the I bills of health, from healthy ports, can ear nothing but good of her. I which tried the ttev. Henry Ward are holders LOW thereby and Gl'ARANTVEs enjoy wIUTf: .::.:

I ?i ; all will be forgiven. I purpose of the meeting, to consider that they be permitted to go direct Yesterday evening a petition of avery Beecher. ter than given by other c";. _.

the report of the joint quarantine II Charles Stewart Street, an American
in substance
I' strong nature,
Ito I
j their in
anchorage front of the
near-I1 whist expert, will teach King: Edward

ly every democrat-In the state will investigating! committee, Judge I city or to dock, without being sent I praying for the retention of the good i the king of all card games. The king KXOWLES MOS.,

sr;' extend hearty congratulations to i Ueggs moved that the report be received sister here, was circulated for signers i and a small!! party of royalties will reI -
t i to quarantine, was offered by Mr.
e-1 Hou. H. H. McCreary of the Gainesville and adopted and the committee 1 I and by S o'clock two columns of j I cvive their first lessons during corona- General .\ f'r"",
,, and unanimously
Oerting adopted.
t' Sun on his nomination for reflection discharged and that copies of I 1 tion week. 309 H. Palafox St.. PEXSAi
a 4 n as state senator by a hand. ,!' i On motion of Mr. Watson the names were on the lit. Protestants I Frand'arl! who as advocate penem -
a : the report be forwarded to the state and Catholics alike attached their under -
: tome Iluj rit\... i secretary was instructed to I : I Louis Ko!'mtb In the strug.I

-- I board of health, the state health officer signatures and dozens of I pie for the enfranchisement of 40.(.-H>.-
of the on occasions FRANK SECARI'S BATH
t ii A OEoKitiA legislative; i commission the governor, the senators and Ii forward copies joint commit- I, they themselves | ioo serfs in Hungary, sentenced 21;ii) HOUSE t

+ has chosen only one name to be I I Iperpetuated tee's report to the state board of I expressed I I lersons to death, many of them noblemen
tl representatives in congress and the : : a* overjoyed at the privilege of retaining has ju-t died at Leon Deep water sea bar i is; j
t a ,, in the national hall of j j health, to the state health officer, to day, for white people unu '

r ; 4 h statuary at Wa-hingtou, and thatw.1 Ii chief surgeon of the Marine Hospital .I each of the senators: an I representatives the good soul here. I 'Though not a preacher. CongressmanCamller compartment for' ladii'-: wteudant. ./

the of Dr. Crawford W. :Service: ; i.f Mississippi takes act he mtere Neate-t best IL.I:
name The is
petition *
I o stroll/-aud will
[ of FlorUa in the congress and / >t in religious!; matters and while at bath house in the nt\;, ',
4 l 1 Lou/, the di-eoverer of anaesthesia. Mr. C. McKenzie Oertin? moved r-that FR.\S'h"
) to the of the state. be ; / it i"fn'. probablethe home during the summer always: holds cent; ,
governor I
.t I
While lien. Cordon lives no other I an amendment, that the two bodies ] revival inettinps in the Cevallos and Z n' ,I.' .
orders of places
+, jt election will be made. I I A bill for 57 "io, by G. W. Burrow, j jr I transfer will be can- Cor--
Ir lie has from -- -
: I spoken SIMTUYa! .h'ns-!
__ __ __ I request! that the present port physician i- celled. This, at least, is the -
Il i r fur printing .!jo pamphlet copies of I I earnest I ton pulpit! ..
+ f COt::>\HI. for the United :States in' be removed and another ap the j pint committee's was :I prayer of !K)> per cent of the citiz-LS j Kin-: Kdward! has in\itcM the Right 134 134 134 134 134f
the. of 1 I report II
niitter the Gay- ,
I pointed. 1 here. i:(?v. Pr. Uriiulle, i). S. O.. the I lIuUI : :
nor and Green, having made formal presented and approved, each bodyto
Judge ler suggested; that if his 1 Catholic! !,:shr>i> of Nottingham; and! foriwemityive 134- -s-|
Her 131
complaint to the state i influence for good in Pena.cola -
1 : department pay one-half of the same; and j jars a cli.-ipla.ii: to tie

F : that! Canadian officials have ob- motion should provide that the attention there being no further business be- is widespread! ''I forces, to Moss l the colors that hi-; AiflfrsoE'sTelfpto.( !

I '" truted and are obstructing the of the surgeon-general be :aaJ"- ly will 1 [present' to the new rejrij 134 ltl.furP.Io.I.!,1 134
fore it, the joint sessiouadjourued. 1 nnn'
course of ju-tice as the legal advisers J Jt called to the recommendations contained __ ____ __ I Treat Your Kidneys For Rheumatism. !j I i Uii-nt of Irish guards on .luno _1.I :- ',- .

>f the culprits, the British government in the report, it would be I:1. If a Man Lie to You, I \Vben you are suffering from rheumatism I Senator' Hnnnn and t ('orte 134 : 134 134 134 131
v may now expect this affair to '"'m ire! dally! In receipt of 1I\IIII"fllll"
I assume an international phase j sufficient, and asked that the same: I, And say scene; other salve, ointment i the kidneys must be attended I rl'.iu"H" fur Ill{' unto;.:raph of the late "

1 ;' be included in his motion. I lotion, oil or alleged healer is as good \I to at once so that they will eliminatethe !, Pioiileut! MeI'ill\! Until werery
II IIk Great 15ntain cannot afford to con- j i
as Bucklen's Arnica Salve, tell him '! uric acid from the blood.! Foley's1Kidney I i i clo -i' to :Mr.! :McKinley, but neither had
ii hive! Kt the protection of United .i Mr. Oerting mentioned a number !! I! EVERY <
; thirty years of marvelous cures ofi! Cure is the most effective j many of his .isnaturts. and the few *
States criminals against; the couseqjences of instances in which ;
owners and [ Piles, Burns, Boils, Corns, Felons, I remedy for this purpose. R. T. Hopkins 1!I they 1'0tl's"llHI'e long ago gi\tn
of their acts in any of its i I
masters of ves-els had left the port Ulceis, Cuts, Scalds, Bruises and Skin I of Polar, Wis., says: "After unsuccessfully away.
dependencies, much less Canada I HOUSEWIFE
__ declaring that they would not return Eruptions prove it's the best and doctoring three years for .

I Y THE strike of the freight handlers their vessels here because of the cheapest. .5 cents at W. A. D'Alem. ( rheumatism with the best doctors, I. Of All Hot Weather Enemies

i at Chicago was broken Wednesday ;' treatment they had received ; and berte's drug store. tried Foley's Kidney Cure and f it':' of humanity cholera is the worst. Needs a Bottle

ii by the strikers voting to accept the 1 ;i i cured me. I cannot speak too highly I Treatment to be effective rau-t be

otter of the railroads and after some further debate, the following i GRAND AND CONCERT i: I, When of Turpentine !
return to :, PICNIC of this great rnedidne. Sold by \\ prompt vomiting, purging

; U work, totwithstauding the protests !i resolutionoffered by Mr.I I UNDER THE AUSPICES: A. U'Akmberte 121 South Palafoxstreet. and sweat announce that the disease whether for Cleaning BedClothes .

t 1 i'f their leaders. The dilference of ; Choate as a substitute for the pending OF THE CONCORDIA CLUB, AT is present, combat it with Perry or fur :Stings of ii-

half a cent an !hour for which they < motion and amendments I )IAUXOLLHLUFFTHl"H.DA Y" Davis' Painkiller. All bowel troubles Cuts, P.ruNe*, or anything '
were cuiiteudinr.; amounting/ live :; JULY :.'t. TICKETS 25; CENTS ; like diarrhea, cholera morbus Everybody: knows the value "f
adopted by a unanimous vote: : Spirit: of Turpentine and in '
i4i cents per day per mtui, was enough I Ito I CHILDREN, 10 CENTS. TRAIN BODY FOUND and dysentery are overcome by Pain to K1 the genuine articleiee '

y # create a loss of wages!; by the'' Resolved, That the report of the i I WILL LEAVE UNION DEPOT killer. It N equally health-promot it is i put up by O.eBuffalo

strike amounting to something like joint quarantine investigating coir.111 :- .\ l' 3 1'. M. AND s S 1'1.. SHARP: ing in all climates.

", ,, ii fXvper' Jay, and in buine-s the it tee be received and adopted, and>' PROF. CHAFFERS' COMPLETE THIS MORNING !

j" merchants <.f nearly a million dolhr ;i that said; committee he dischargedwith CONCERT BAND WILL Fl7R- i Saves a Woman's Life.

t<1 j Pia, per day The rejoicing; over the '; of the sincere thanks of the Chamber NISH THE MUSIC.:: AMUSEMENT --- ., To have given up would have meant
t result universal allmi and Young Men's AND SPORT FOR EVERYBODY.
aiiion; death for Mrs. Lois
Rusiues The body of young ErneetLelall s Craeg. of Dor
League the
d.i".e". l thorough *
I j-tl1
and able manner. in which it has: was found this morning at the exact chester, Mas. For years she Lad

THO.-K; people who alfect to regard performed the arduous duties im- spot almost where it had gone down endured untold: misery from a severe

the educational inovtineut of the i! po.ed upon it. SANTA ROSA SURFBATHINCJSTABLISHMENT l lung trouble and obstinate cough.
Wednesday aftertuon. It had arisen
i Southern Education Hoard: as an of- i Resolved, That the original testimony 0 "Often," she writes, "I could scarcely]
( from the bottom of its own accord, ,
breathe and sometimes could not
: i 1\\' fciwivechanty, should consider <' taken by the said committee, -
I the regular workings of nature speak. All doctors and remedies failed
these forceful words from TheWorld's together; with the record of its transactions -

J t t Work : "Hie aim of the I and all documents in its Sunday Fi-h chowder evening.will Private be served parties every I: having! caused the lifek-s trunk to till I used Dr. King's New Discovery Mfg Co.

\f a board i" not a '1Ui -lUnary' aim. It hands pertaining thereto be deposited i can arrange to have the same or leave the bottom of the bay. for Consumption and was completely

tJ II i broadly patriotic.. It will do its among the records of the 'other refreshments served! at any ', cured." Sufferers from coughs, colds, who Guarantee it Absolutely 1'
It i is
reported to have been in avery
t' limp during the week at reasonabl'Ptf'rms. throat and lung trouble need! this
> work in a practical waits personnel Chamber of Commerce and kept i in

:a', 1< a guarantee of that-without the custody of it. oilicers for future I! See CHAS.manager:; BURTON. | bad state of decomposition j j I grand remedy, for it never disc Only 10 Cents a Bottle.

3 fads or theories without sectional l reference. 1 I Undertaker John Wood was; ;summoned I I points. Cure is guaranteed by W. A.
i feeling, race prejudice or any aim i: Resolved, That a certified copy of Need More Help. I logo down and prepare the ;! D'AIemberte druggist. Price, !50c All kinds of chairs and

I 'I I except the building up of the neglected .,I said repcrt be forwarded by the officers Often the overtaxed organs of digestion body for bnrial. He left on the 10 a. and fl.O'.i.' Trial bottles free. rocking chairs at JUarshn

mas-es of t ur population.: It of these bodies to the -- -
} '
surgeon- cry out for help by dyspepsia's m. dummy. It is intended that the !, $ Quina's. Prices are
f' t is organized on a broader basis than: 'general of the Marine Hospital Service I FAMILY SEASON TICKETSAT rerj
pains nausea, dizziness, headaches funeral be held on the rei'ervationI low.
any body wa< Her before organizedJor Dr. Walter Wyman, at Washington I
\' liver complaints and bowel disorders. >; I .
*" : such a purpose ; and its personnel I D. C., accompanied by a certified I Such troubles call for the prompt use this: aftei'noon. i! SICARI'S BATH HOUSE --- --- -- --

Include men of northeiu birthand copy of these resolution*. I -- ---- ..........................

I 10<:.' men of -on them birth" j Resolved That the Penacola of Dr. King's New Life Pills. They | ALL WHO U...; ATHMIZKRS: in I j + .

I Chamber of Commerce and the are gentle thorough and guaranteed Heating nasal catarrh will get the I j Frank Sigari will issue MO family ; Buy a Hammock :
} PREMIUM Rixi, fcvi.i.i's: position to onro :23 cents at W. A.
i! Young Men's Business League of11'euacola beOesult: from Ely's Liquid Cream ,j season tickets for bath at his splendid .
: \ vu the tru-t i--ue, as announced f fT fi in bertes drug store.PENSACOLA Balm. Price. including sprayingtube : ?'< AND KEEP CooL; .< .
: in joint sec-ion i assembled. : bath house, for a family; of unto e + .

message.- Congress, will challenge 'do hereby more specifically and I j; cts. Sold by druggists or'i' three at $1.00 for the season: aud \ .. ALSO' Mil K !
I i I the approbation of the countr "'", : particularly adopt the recommendations CLASSICAL SCHOOL ,: mailed by Ely Bro ., 60 Warren: ., for a family of from three up for two .

< ; i dtizeu'hip irrespective of party : : New York. (i : LINES, NOOKS. :
I'( made in said report, and respectfully dollars. These season tickets will
i; I "The fir-t es"eiitul in determining I[ New Orleans, kept 1, lllfkl.Messrs .
l urge the same upon the I entitle the family to bathe: whenever SINKERS and POLKS: :
: t bow to deal with the great industrialcombinations 1 1t Tloir.1nnual Steiutirr '".. Iletins Pep. ELY BKOS: -I sold two .
j attention of the officials! of the Marine | bottles of your Liquid Cream Balm they wih throughout the -eaeon. .
is knowledge of l:>, 1KTJ. and UntU: *
ri, thei' Hospital Service, to-wit : ''; JUMP 1'J, i1)o3. to a CU..tOU1H'm.. L'imberton, 1415 i iDelachaise 2Jjlm: I : .tC TO CATCH FISH. :
-publicity. In the
interest of St. New Orleans he hasused 1
,: That a rigid official investigation ; jI j -- -- .
{ the Public the goveruulentshould i I the two bottles; giving; him ;
be instituted by the officers of the FINE STATIONERY.i
have the right to inspect and exam- f The aim of this xchnol i is to I: wonderful and most satisfactory re-1 Baseball Supplies :
I : provide ;
Marine the1
t' i. & sue the Hospital Service into !,, ;sult=. GK<>. W. McDt')'F'.
: workings" of the great thorough HIGH :-CHOOLandi; i 1 I. .
i I
administration of the Santa Ro-a Pharmacist.BAY j I .
+ engaged in interstate bu .. COLLEGE PREPARATORY in- i V. N< 11 South SI i II AS
? "inePublicity --"-- Thompson i. .
; I-L uid (Quarantine Station at the -truction. The -school. of especial I I '

I ithe only ure remedy earliest possible day, to the end that interest to three cla"set : EXCURSION SUNDAY Palafox: street, ha- ju-t opnd :i : Bats, I Balls and Masks j
i !4, which we can now invoke. Whatfurther 1. Those who having completed .
I the irregularities and ubuedis- ;I I : new supply tf Linen and Bond : FW.\I .
rtinedieare ueedt-d in the the grades of the public school wish : .
i : way of governmental regulation closed by the evidence adduced before to pursue their studies further with .j The steamer Enterprise will take Papers, white blue and gray, w'ir .
1 1 the said investigating committee out having home. excursionists to the Life :Saving: :Sta-: n : Coe's Book Store !
L ;
taxation can only be determined after I ; Envelope* to match, Oxford -iz-- ;
aud mentioned by it in its re- U. Those who wi-h, with the aid I thou and out into the gulf :Sunday + .
: publicity ha, been obtained by port may be officially inquired into ; of the careful individual: attention | 2J: p. m. Surf bathing and fish ;i i aNo: Foreign Mail Tablets with En-: .NI.ININI.10....rr.(1/1'
proce-? of law and m the course of that can be given in smaller classes ; I I
and if the report and recommendations chowder at the Life I velopes to match. Ink Pencil".
I administration. The first requisite and a longer es-ion, to advance i i Saving Station
i; 1$ knowledge, full and of the committee be further more rapidly than is i possible for I Ticket, round trip. ;35 cent.. !I Penholders, Blackbook*, File, et c, Do y.',u want a magnificent w .'
-u.tained by the findings of such insquet them in public schools. 'i J. E. REED. : for little mOIlf'If so. < ,
I1"It'd ; etc., always on haul.Phone
t' e which may be made public that the Marine Hospital 3. Tho-e who are fitting themselves I Stephens the J jeweler. H>- w ..
to the world." Unfortunately : for college.In ____ Manager. 1 234.: commodate you.
vice take such stepto correct addition to the u-iul instruction
for the country hi. party is not with -1
I such abuses and preset t their recur. in Enrli-h, Mathematics( History RATHBONE SISTERS.
i i him. Geography.
reuce a? ollicers
l may '

I '! P' 'l. II "i ill\\ lie !!..)II. i i necessary: and tlfective. appear ,:: teen in Greek is offered French., Hlmut German, .iim aud tuition Span; '': i Magnolia Temple meeting No. -I Friday, Rathbone'listersregular (Ulternoon ,I J\' ih I J. M. FOLKMAN,

In the excitement of :a lively exercise i I That if such inquiry demonstrates ish. The school is conducted at the !I ) June iS'Jj, at 2:30 o'clock. Ii i.
like I' the existence the conditions sit corner of West Gad=den and :Spring A full attendance is specially requested. ) EALERI.
boat-racing: or bill-playing: I
1 forth iu the said streetin a building which is to; Visiting members: ; cordially II [
they wi 1 strain their mucles and committee's report, i hlvitfd.i I '..iv. "i-. ; ,"
I eo be arranged to adapt it especially to urn i i i I i"v. .
these bodies respectfully a-k. iu theo i Initiations will ll I I PAPER tl.. "
I home limping and sore. Then they the needs of th> school. take place. liaLL I h'i ,..
I are glad they have Perry Davis name of the people cf Pensacola, The number of pupils in attendance ] )(&s. J. c. WILLIAMS.MRS. 1t I Mat.uf.c: : -
I ,'"
whoe commerce depends is limited. Hence those desiring : EDITH SP .NCEK, )L E:. C. -- the l"ldt..d -
i Painkiller on hand to soothe the upon ll !
l I' I! admittance should communicate i| )I. R. C. ( }
a just and equitable
administration Feather roil.
: j Scroll. 15c
quivering nerves ; to penetrate the 1 as early as possible with the Princi1 i per
a uiU'Cles with warmth and healiugpower. : of the aid quarantine ,1 j "Neter Iut W fain Killer to Fail

it 1'# It has relieved the pain o f station, that the prfsent port pal.For further information terms and j before, what can the matter be .! Dining Room Tap=try,11.: J ;per :

EII two generations of American. physician. Dr. R. C. White, be dialogue. addressH. !Where is the battle? '1 here. I \ tl tlt

f iIt: Large bottleio! and 60 cents. immediately rtmovtd from hi. p.>- CLAY \Rf"TR'I Principal,,urPERUVALH.WHALLY thoushtso ; it is hot perry Davis 1)) jiVfOt *< Contractor for Decorating >*
.sitiou and another ,
-- appointed in hiplace.
'I JR., Painkiller at all, but something the +
MEAT I & MALT bas 'ar'l'
-\-i"to1l1t. '1 druggist must have mate himself Call L'|> I'" met I.J or Drop a 1'
a h. ... While That ---- ----. '
dif'tt'llcila. refre hin the -
c ;| attention of the officers of '! and I did "
not notice
r and pleasant to take, it helps a.iul1. the Marine Hospital Service be Grass Shears that will cut Painkiller for years it f.r; have diarrhoa used 1 2 [ All Work C. O. D. and ';UI,: r. '

latienoffood. Sold: by pruiif-tly directed to the d-fect in close, at the Willis{ Hardware cramps and stomach aches and it : Corner liajlen and otrnin'nr ,+r'" .

''F PANNHEIs-fER BRO I the exi-tied quarantine regulation Cos. e
never failed. I ttUne I ittk;: H'eetotYotte>irexE; ;.'

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o'MAL. Present; F. C. HORTON. Cashier; i
THE 'i
'. '. VoSHEE,Vice-Preiident; StAtexnen.t M. E. CLARK Au't Cashier.Condonaeli WEATHER 5I ., t!,,

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I The beer that made

PENdACOLA, FLORIDA, AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS JULY 1'3. 1902. Forcast-Kar tonight; showers and I'iibnnderEtormt 4 Milwaukee famous

(From Report to Comptroller.) Saturday: light variable
You drink some beers that cause bilious headache. Perhaps

RE:;OURCE'i. LIABILITIES. think that all beers do.
you .
.. able . .. ... .. ...... .. .... .. .. $3 l.698.79 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... $200.000.00 Temperature in Lilt 24 Hour : .
I i.l aus. ''.... ...... ...... .... :JJ9,!#>667 Surplus Fund.... .. .... .... .... ..... .. .... 10000.00 Minimum Maximum.-....._.._.............._.............._.........?.1.1 tf degrees !I The cause of biliousness is the lack of age-too much haste

. .;j"h_ :... .. .. .. ..... .,.... .. .. .... .... 1.876.M Net Profits. .... ...... ...... .... .... .... 7,612,72 degree to put the beer on the market. To ferment beer thoroughly 1

.'yo.. B.iiJand t>rt-mlum.' ... ...... ...... .../1,q/'I.00 Rediscounts ..... ...... ...... ...... .... .... 19.600.00 requires a of months. Without it the fermentation takes
....:unte-', nc... ...... .... ..... 2,620.00 Circulation: ..... ..... .. .... .. .... .... .... 75.00000 Temperature Elsewhere : I I i iMai. process
* .5'. "M. dud Fixture* .... ..... .... ...... 6718.48 Deposits..... ..... .. .... ..... ..... ...... 344973.57 Min place in your stomach. That is the cause of biliousness.
f\: -..Ysi.p. . ...... .. .. .... ... ... ...... 499.12 Atlanta.... .?... ._..._.._......... M .11 I
.... ... ,.. .. ... .... .. Biimarck ..... .........?..............M M Hurried beer is unhealthful. Schlitz beer is kept for monthsin
.. jKxchauife 3,461.27 Chicago._ ............._........_. t* M
t __ Cincinnati..............__........Hi i:> refrigerating rooms with a capacity of 265,000 barrelskeptalmost
__._ ...... ... ..... .
$657,086.29: Galveston (* v)
at freezing until it is well fermented.. Schlitz
$657ObC.29( point beer is
Huron..._.._.. ... .........._... lit' 5tI ,
te.k 'PI'If..j for bu-iness October 2J: 1900. We respectfully olicit your patronage and we will give Jacksonville.............._. .... _.w in never marketed until thoroughly aged.
.. courteous and careful attention. Kaneai City---.k 7:
_ prompt Key West........... ..... ....... ..... to. vs
Memphis ...... ..... ..... .... ....... (.4 1<\ CALL FOR THE BREWERY; BOTTLING S
4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Mobile ._..._........... ..... ..... .. H >
:Montgomery ..... .. ........ ....... w .Ii
New Orleans.................. ...... KI I i<\
- New York.............. ... .......... M M Never CausesBiliousness
I Chaffers Concert band Savannah .........____ ........... M 7*
B H. FAIRCHILD, furnishingthe LAST Louis ....... ....... ... ......." sj i

Messrs. R. Halliday and Geo.

38 EAST ROMANA STREET. Bonifay, of the firm of R. Halliday Reported Dally for The Newt bj

.> nJ Refinishing Furniture aSpecialtf. & Co., may be found at the !store of Union Naval Stores CO
F. B. Bruce, telephone 3s, where LEWIS BEAR CO. .

I" I\oiioIOC.. / they request all persons indebted to WW ... .... si! 55-3 1141 H. nit ,

- j the firm to call and settle their ac- Last night was an ideal one for ',i N WO............. ; .4".".' S s 45 v ti F.: ... ... .. 1 I'i Rt: :, Sole Agents for West Florida .

counts. M ...... 8 "5 E 1 '..
WHITE pleasure seekers and everybody i I IK .__ .. ..... ........ ; fta II .. _. II"I I i 1- tC
R. K. THE NEWS has received a quan- seemed to have: been of the same l.._ ... ......... ..- s l tiP1aITBTuRraHTii SHSHSHSHESH2EHSHEH
., r, Manufacturing JewelerI.raduate | of "stickers," -- ; ( 5EE2E i
. tity beautifully printed opinion, for the many who patron- ----

|, in colors, advertising the Louisiana n IJ'
Opt ized the delightful eupyments offered I fj
: Purchase Expo-itiou at St. : MARITIME. I
? M frnoarola t'la truly testified l<> this fact.A L1
Louis in llxiJ. Any person de-iriug a t C :

- -. to use them can procure them at I buy: excursion and two band :. --, a / !

this ollice. concerts were the attractions offered. for JUly to date.EXPORT. ..... .... ....1 .J.4' .t5 I .

*: The German: bark: Ardgowan, I The concerts at both Magnolia Bluff J I iiJ :
NEWS \ bound from Antwerp for Peasacola, and .Sevelle square were attended by 8AILFII.Hpan #I 1
FS bracts, L zarrB;a. Liverpnnli v
was in colli-ion on the night of July I large numb-r, as was also the ex-j:i fs I.nniitniiii, Ki'Hthfrstoi.H, l.onilon 2SH5H5HS 2E 2 2 2525ESE5
; l Kus thip UCeau Mattseu, <
; ------- ..
cnrsioaon -
RantLira the bay. Nothing of in1epecially !I _- --
-- -
-- I
.,' ;, ; ..f Kubert i iitr I was towed into Grave: ,end with bow new y nature transpired i 1 Commander J H Hull inspector of tbiHeventli

: .e city. I smashed and jibboom gone. The at either of them except that the LUhtbonse district bat Issued the
following: otlicial notice MONDAY BARGAINS ,
'tt'aU1\'r wa-> al-u considerably beautiful night greatly enhanced the YrnsxculaBayanti J-ntraocl'-Na'y: > amOuttr
,LVI 1< left last nL'lit Bank HUI'Yio i, --econd-class cau.'B. .

,. i-uretriptoi'liil- atd.; usually! high enjoyment. J JHuoJ' followliiK\ established: bearlnKS.vIz June: t1:!. I'-: ', on tilt

A '\ : U.aid other cities. i According to calculation: made by I: beer Point Uert.-on Light: E. by N.
I i'ensacola Llubt-Houte. W. N W W.
: .. contractors: are i the Tinted States Hydro;raphic of- { < !Sarsaparilla builds up a :' 1 End of West 11'011011 wharf, navy yard? N. Being in Close Touch with All Markets Implies

fice, the sun rose at 4i:>i this morning broken down system. It begins its \I -Tb W; '
is the
.a ? '11 the buildings I' buoy placed at southeasterlypoint
I' .u. u Oil Com- I' ;: and will set at ti:49 i this afternoon work right that is, on the blood. I navy yard of the and ace-falhonicurre marks the channel of! I'ensacola to anchorage i i I k<." Contant Opportunities. t".* ,

standard time. The time of ground for deep draught vessels. '|
I ; II I sun rise and fun set tomorrow will I To their acceptance only two requisites are essential : SPOT CAHH and

tai'- wall paper )j be exactly; the same as today. Hi0rh NEGRO WITH ABAD I NOTICE TO \KINEKS.: 'I BIG OUTLET. The opportunity was OrilS-we hid the KPOT

the first prize /I tide was at 7:11 o'clock, standard: Regulations the Marine HospitalIT- CA How: you have the tempting chance to save money ,
vice require the inspection of vessels from
. '.i.-- Either Ko !Maryland but via such ports at
: ito Mrs: M. L. ;; hirh! water tomorrow morning will ship Island, where full pratique is given speak stronger than cold type .

iI i Ir'.X'cutive I be 7:4. -- for a southern to entrance port Inspection is not prerequisite -

I j i Sam Parker, colored, sentenced to BOUGHT FOR SPOT CASH '
: Com.llitywillmeEt- t Two Bottles Cured Him. j i X.lTUE. I BOUGHT FOR SPOT CASH, I II

i I itfce j "I was troubled with kidney complaint 60 day on the street yesterday for I The Marine Hospital Service has 1-sued I I ,

; ,, ,.;. .. at bj.1 jI being a dangerous and suspicious 'the following: I ONE CASE i ONE CASE I
writes A.
i for about years; "CoantliiR\es which are known and i

A -. t, t..election.oanvaa-j.: ; ;; II. Davis of Mt. Sterling. la., "but two character has been identified as haying from which domestic are in ports regular of the trade t'nited with Florida states I ZAMONA CORDED LAWNS. REN RON ORGANDIES. I I'

r ry bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure effected been Hen at a number of houses may enter without detention or Inspection i ,i
I I II with tbe understanding if sickness of : The actual value is fi'4c' a yard but Actual'alne h1' and ltd yird. Due ,
1 \'II" ".lntH. s permanent cure. Sold Ly W. A. i' character whatsoever shall develop .
colored citizens in West End : !any due /'Il'OT CASH Purchase the KPOT
.. ., lof I all i during the voyage to Florida ports shall| tll we to t\OlIl'l1rcha.p: they
: .f Mir i- D'Alemberte, 121:! South Palafox streEt.
I offer them :
1 the time i report to tbe quarantine officers for 111- Monday at Monday at
> .Mini to acting extremely?; u-picious i j pection and '
i disposition-
:. : I the !' and was also positively" identified as I jI 10 yards for 35c 5c yard
'* :.. 11 '''end-. [ having; been the man who entered II I Ii THE SHIPPING.
i I
;s i- ..> C'UK- the Mouiigey; home last Sunday. A''' 1 hSsF.L'4lPUNT EXTRA SPECIAL SPOT CASH PURCHASE !

: !twlth I had from i hTKAM"HUSi \ "
\ I"I > a' report Montgomery has it .

I ill-i! i i-<" the JUN RISE i It \ltierto" Treves, i'jlT. Cornt-lia. to Gulf '
that Parker left that town very hurriedly Transit Co .57 Pieces St. Albans' Batiste. ;
"I! Ue line off : Kr I'.atteii Hall, 117: ;. Weppener, to HBHTS: )

n- K-'iU .ti. l',': I to keep from answering to a 1 liunwody (k< .' : It unusual for *. It is also j
Hr Chatton'I. I. anderson to W S Keji l wa an opportunity u an unusual one for you, j .
of .
I i At 4-55:; ; o'clock this: morning a charge burjrlary.Don't ..r.\: ""oKr j for they are I 111 and 15c values of exceptionally pretty ifv irus;: and colors. Ii '. ji
i, I I ------- i iI 1 Kgniont Cattle, IS.H, PugU, to SullIvan i i

mil faudlylltl lurid "sunrise, in tht eastern Ol'anU3'' Fail to Try This. i 1 Am Lumber Erelyn..lills.toGulf Coi Transit Coi {i Extra Special at lOc yard or 10 yards for 85c. ; .

\1..1111' ft',)tltl, of I I i I Span Knero lI'i1I..lgBllo., to Gulf Transit 1MEN'S
| wa ,seen by Captain Sander, wnoI : Whenever: an honest trial is given LO .
umlie- of M. M. ii i Kr Karlswood: It"), Brown, to W 8 l h!
conflagration: was I to Electric Hitters for any trouble it'is : .l' Co "Y-I :
thought a great ; rs
i h Kdire have gone |I Kr Inchmoor. KM Base, to Haan.\: Co SHIRTS. MEN'S .
recommended for a permanent cure i I. NECLICEE ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS. 1
rI fw d.IHllt. !j coining on, and without taking time Kr LustletghsellBaker! tow'sKeyser t
I I will surely be effected. It never fails I 1..1.... I j I tl) investigate turned in a fire alarmfr to tone the stomach, regulate the kidneys I i sit Am 10 l'.n acolaII, ,.., Leech, to Gulf 1'rBI1.1 Every man is interested HERE. for : J J dozen Celebrated Elas- f I I

box 24, corner Tarragona and Hr SalopiaIaWlturgese! to Un j M llob- I we are felling STANDARD DOL. I ILAR j
-ur-ion on the JIll I and bowels, stimulate the liver tic beam Drawers the r i '
(in oa 1 tI1I1tTS toe
.. at
'." the Life ': Scotln. If\:".', Haner. tcKiulf Transit Co ;
:r uvi Kotnana streets. invigorate the nerves and purify the tier .!
Ball, fttnsacola There will '
I Kr Mlverdale 1711 to I ijdnd. be no more ;
I .tll! the gulf &ull'l j Trucks and the patrol wagon hustled blood. It's a wonderful tonic for run :Lumber Co 65 c'' ; 1
I' ,'"& wharf at :! ::lIj'' down systems. Electric Bitters Nor Wanna, '.'.71, Christensen, to Gull I \!\afterthisloi. i, 1 1i 1i !
to the box but when they got I posijthtly | Transit Co
l ,thiiu and li-h I cures kidney and liver troubles I 1 Kr Twlcl.enbam.loHJ: Davis, to order I. mithis great opportunity. f : i '

." IN- features. there the cause of the false alarm stomach disorders, nervousness, sleeplessness : It 1'lnlll.I\III iiuano gulf TransitCo 1!,| This is the la-t week. I 37'2'C pair.Don't ', 1, Ii 1 t
: :
I ub! : .'. 1'ellertm, to Haars, /|I 4 j' 'I

.' I'lotiic and cfll-I'; firemen. I expels malaria. Satisfaction guaranteed -I, DunwodyA Br Kings County toil, salter, to order 1 i 24 Pair Hey wood's $3.50 Tan Shoes, to Close I t s4!

1\ :1. at Ia The red sunrise, preceding the copious I by \V. A. D'Alemberte, druggist. H\KKS i$ : : ; I
'" /Only DO: cents.Everybody. I llti!? .\Australia !, Fagerstonto order I I I at $2.50 per pair. I.M I.
uipns in its I rains of several hour later, Nor Avlentore, lull Hansen, to order t i :
"f .>ur bn-t citi- j 1 was described as being of the mot I I It Anna E )Iarie, tii: Tinto to Koi-a-.i-o I,i i iBors ___..__.- i i

ainii-eineiit: : in i 1'Ir..dall haiZ a right to a little 1 !Nor AlfTRndcr Lawrt'nce.lIr.: !, If f\\t'rlE'n. I I
beautiful of nature's exhibition' piece of this earth. But they must'; to W s Ke>ter&Co I IIi:

'.---''. cent10 who cents ati i I l ___ I chince fight for it. They mint" watch their w oily It Bersigltere* Co lull, Peeko, to IIBIUS. lun- ::i, W. J. & B. FORBES. ir I"
to it. and it.
pet get i .
1'r rtiiiwill leave ill I II : IT Iflll WRVOK\\' t go I Thos. C. Watson & Co. I i I j Nor It FImsttare.7Ct'apurotoorder Flgaro,11111.: :-i Nielsen to order I i iI :, ; ,1 '
i I { Nor Hugo sm\ Hans en, loord..rKus \
I ,1,11"l p in. Prof >. have some particularly fine bargains' ; Kbea.$;, :Nvroos; to order !' I
I to offer just now, and they invite I j Br saerininerItl. von to come and investigate" same. I Nor Munheam.: Andersen to order I i \ :
It Tnomat, vii:, Lauro, toorderIIARKFSTISE. ,
You will .
'" '" never having done
t-\; : .\:."... .. I' i i i : ,
"" "" Y v so. {I, Am Herbert A Fuller W7 N'asa, to order ,
-- Brkoda, M1 i 1.1',10 8 H L Co Satisfaction and Service j : ''f'fi:

f Hirmarock, .>.'.', Peters, to Jno A ; : i
THE GAHFIEJ..D: ICE t'O'S. Merrltt A Co I H .v\' i: M \ 1)1: :
j J.- _'1 ----.-"- -- Hr Mabel Marling. 111. Albany toMinp' H
f- i 1 son A t o 1 I 'i
f : ._ - Elegant china closets Am Mary Sanford IV;. I :1J0nf\hl.toll no I
.\ Merrltt A Co Boston Shoe Store Shoes : ii iil
-SMITHFIELD" I HAMS. sideboards and leather- $ ;; : Ii
.. :It', CLEAKE1J: : AND 8A1LEU HiH 'Jt 4 I i iTHK
seat chairs at Marston t : 1
$ ; 8ACOLA.8TEAVSH1PP.. j I'OIM ..\ H. d ; .I
f ,-: '- "'--.-. .-. -- --=. Qaina's- Low prices I

f '_' ..... payments. ; easy LUn-aiiiior, Ira ::'*". Croton at Rio Ja- I The eye sati-fiud with the style an t finish ; the foot H i aati. -find with the 'J H ?I:

Portuealete niero I'.r. :r iT, Jenkins, at Hamburg ,, perfect fit and absolute comfort ; the piir e M atl-"fiel with a fair t 1'' 11'1

f JUST RECEIVED.FRESH Cleaning ladies skirts and waist! May :" ,i iItXhKH price for -uperior hoe* that will give I letter service j. l. ,. .f 1 1I

.\nll.nlo.t'flZ,,.ld Palina May'I", than tho e purchased f"1-ew hUt.
f is one of err specialties. star LatIn. licoIteld'Iable I'.UT May I fflnine.Mount ::; I If f i: 1
= dry. It, 8101 I.eith Jan 12 i 'I

j Ball Hearing, keen cutting Cajietown.Gift To July Mrs.17.-Steyn.The ladies! oJ) ( BOSTON SHOE-'S ill: if J

r \.ALLON JUGS, 75cts PER GALLON. = Lawn Mowers' at thell"ills ,. \t-stt-rday pn'h'nt"d Mrs. I t ; +
-- Hardware Co's- Stexn.. wife of the e\-prpsident of thformer !

Orange Riser folony. with a N .VIII \ ( i. l'OIWIIIDIII< : Prul'ric"ur. ;Vii.
------ --
\M: IIANDLI: purse of ,; l.; "n bef/+,re she sailed fa- 1 : .
I ,
'v' F. Gonalez & Co's Corn Meal kIx'I.us11'1:1.1' Nonet: Europe with her husband Mr Steel Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street. I. I II
I Nonce n hereby seven! that the uIHI-r- 'was in a pitiable oondltion from en .I,

J tignHl Krrtrj intftm, Judge to BPWV uf tbr to Circuit the Honorable Court, )L. terio feter His arms and legs were .. i' ,: I II
: : cambia County Florida. at o'clock a. in., partially paralyzed anti he was unab'e !SANTA ROSA Fishing ta ckle of all kinds ; ,; 'f
'' ::s'L Hou '
tatola. to span his eyes xl'UF H\THINi: KsTAIlUsHMKMJliathin :! : and good crab nets at the II fJ!
coi-ial ClUb of I'easacola. Florida, which I ,
rP: SOLCAHN & C0. wIll improvement be au ociatioa of Its membersiuued fur cor ml. and literary, Balfour Presides for First Time. ( ; in the warm suit water-; i Willis Hard waer Cos. ttf) f

( :<- -Klcliard Morn. Herman Al>delcotla. London. July 1 i.-The premier, -V conceeded to be the fluent in the r : I I
Julian Bradley, Luigeae Ha Aefud" Luc.. 1L T. liHKnet Kd Brown presided this morning in' safety (food board and lodiin;r, by I If i }
'IhonmUiek. all citizen of 1'.o.Bcola. the foreign! office the For YOCMO '
at cabinet! IIHIItI.anokf'
r week. Luncheon Va.
GROCERS k K i-arabla County h lor.1i. the day or promptly ., ;
AND The proposed charter .- this day Bled in meeting of the new administrationThe served at all hour;, day or night. opens Sew&. w. \fn. One ol the leading i f f I
the clBce cttic-, of Ube lleik i ircail court, ttcambla rolorml; ser-retary Joseph Chan CHARLES H. lii'Rios, i New Schools far } 00"1, : Ladles in tbrpianoo Huth ((1 .
4kr bulldinge
J IKT Palafox and Intendencia Streets. County Klorula. I-foawlw1t'l' and equipment .. I.
berlaln! was sufficiently{ reroyerei.; 2m-tf Manager.The I Campus ten here.. (>rand mountain kc<*ne- ". i ;
__ ry In Taney of \'a.. famed for b aJtb. Kuropran ,'. i '
from the ejects of the cab ar'idf'ct and Aniercan cache,>. Full I I'I : >
1 ;8. < Pensacola Fla. finest line of itHlicllliIver course I
: = _. "fo.t-n.\tory advantage.
v -- - to be able to attend! He was pale oil Ar',3lIiI'" and
-- z/ld" and silver novelties I U to be Elocution, "tudnnti from :, sty btal....
T-l.ady's go.>. wau.i and fib on but nth' nvise bhnwed, no signs of his found at J. I. .Stephen. Price to For catalog 11"add rose
\: .. J. I t-oulYi falafox street Reward! if returned ( 1AITIP HAIUlI-II'n"ldflnt
.. j
t injuries
4ft'." ."' ..a' -. L. Hear A: t'o I'J l ft please all.
& .. ........... to I Koauoif, tea. .


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GUARDIANi "'''bard'' Ha Another.
.:Let the GOLD DUST: twins do( your work. Indorses Lydia E. Pin bam's ,
Vesretalile Compouud After i .It is now up tJ: the manufacturersof No. 720 Seventeenth At.. WASHINGTON D, C

i I : automobiles: to produce a cheap carriage -
Follow Its Kecord i
1 1hi ISO! by C. B. Lewis.] :? For
[ ; r eal5. : ," said: Thomas \. Edison the other "If every suffering; woman If y ,u art. a < _

When Mary: Streeter was seventeenyears I day. ''! have, after three years of his the WIle experience with man we w ;

a old bet guardian, Mr. Caulklss.: .DEAl MRS. }':>EIUM :Health is I of Wine of Cardui that I bad, that Wire of. .: .
iL : hard work solved the problem an
wu.,m she Lad never seen called at the the !prtrate-it burn l'e!>tlwed on human- your medicine will be most fails to .I!:.!,., .

y s. school I where sLe was being educated ity and tLi'refore anything that can I electrical storage lattery which can popular. About a year ago ease: t'f f.I' _
restore lot h; ..lth i-j a Lle5:>inj;!-. I 1 be used for long distance work and I began to have a worn out (. ) ea['her.! ;' 01. ', !' 0 \
I Ix to see Ler. He told her that on the cnn,iderL Ii.i L. IMnkliaia's tired feeling! with .
> Veg.etable which nlll wear out three or four automobiles Ltcitudt -r tocovered. lint" f
death cf htr C.t th
: Lla LIT paardian After hIs! Mate and \J.tlI'U. It cures her mothers which kept increasing every to our La.i' _:.
: departure the made inquiries and learned and daughters and makes them In Mr, Edison's new battery a combl- month. I felt that I needed partinen I.... .:

4 i: that she Lad Inllt'I'jtftl,0.,.M(1 Inbcru'.s well and stroll;;. something but to get the opened t-v r. r- ae

right medicine was the trouJl. BUM tent to .
1 and improved I rcptrqand the tu Uvtnt. tri" a
No Sees, Eoru. Soda or Amnoma is needs! with had bun more thin enough to I Ir II'I bIt. I finally decided on Jones was i ir' ;
r ititt-rest I your Vice of Cardui and only needed to. ing he advice whiu was tr .
meet fc-T rxpetse", It was not above: take three bottles when I was fully rtL..r ly the Ladies' .0\.\ .- r. '.
t GOLD DUST four corks whn Miss :Streeter's guard l .'" nit-nt. Miss Owens was i or. ". :

t t uiii pail h r anUaeriit He took n [HEX Miss Rose Ovens who advice l.y just; Luring all" .. :

,t grout: "tre ar house and to less:erg effort easier you and can cheacerthaawith dean an3ur 1 inure familiar tone this ti: 'e. and she i W has a responsible position in Wine of'Cardui from i.i .. ., :

I seas or art ether c.eanser. Once try it. y3d'U could not help stein? that Le was I the Government service at taking thu great :, .

a H-ers tit it ) making a gnt effort to reader himsei: 1: rrla 'r5L Ii I Washington, D. C., decided to racy of her home. No u : "

a e Yale ode ty THE N K. FAIRBANX COMPANY. asreeable. His ardor wags instantly A4\ try Wine of Cardui, she made a wise animation, treatment 'r a I 1. ,
You: have i .
; S choice. Over a million have essary. n a "Ldtcured -
Ct..cij. New YC-.C. Boston. St. L.1.:$ dampened however when she begunj women
: women have ntt 1 1- .
been relieved female weakness i.
Vake-s ef CVA:. FAIRY: SOAP. to < Ws>iiun him about busmr; lIe ; r by this ; ; :
j )
,i to : to .. ;
same Wine of Cardui. It is nut a you 1lXl..1. = .
s.tnud coW dial avid Y "
a surprised pat rid of sutferirgr'Ausrust
strong medicine but may be taken
1 4- Dortn't Veer ship Combine.At I jut that she had I'-aruid what t-Le Lad day In the year by any woman erl ita 13.19-30. Mrs. W. H. .'

f the anneal! ni'ftiuj of the Londonrluunliir I and he took advantage: of the occasioni 1 benefit. It does not force results, but of (Cameron Mo., writes:

io i to read Lr a lesson in law uring: corrects derangements of the menstrual "I .
u t : of '''':' ..MT'lifM, May "i: suffered terribly at monthlx r. :'

I 'I t Lord Bras.ty. uvMdiiKOiirir| i>r<-- her Li.orty! Le was responsible to the y organs It strengthens the nervous for three years. would! sometin ._ .

: I .IJ..I an mii.r,".!- wlii' h dealt mainly ..-'iurtalone.. \VLt she h.
;f1 with toe th |>pmiiuc>-ti k l !j i PKINeEc VICI' 1'A, organs, and is the finest tonic for-women expecting to be confined in Iar_
to file of Jiiid urrendrr
a report t it
Inr the ship: oomL.nation of which J. ii Practice:.;: f un nd Letterer, known to the of medicine.
{ .. L.s guardianship: uud Le huptd she\ !i science cannot praise your medicine er i a
# I1. Moroni i tl, hful Lord P.ra*PY i '' 1 "r tifteeu.Mr- 1 have noted the

,a ? -:aid "Lit us 1i.: .i.-f our national dignity i I uouM :IK? entirely satisfied with what effu't of jour i-'etu'ule Compound m

i I In unnx.i I n_> owl) groundless LtLa.
| In abut three! weeks Mr. Caulkr.! .I know of nothing superior for I,II \, t ,

cane: again. If t .ere Lad len anythii ovarian trouble, barnnnesa, and it ,

;;! U:1IMal'mt at the List inttrvicw ( l..i> prevented bunuret-! dang roux THOMAS A. ZDISOK

he had apparently forgotten it. for Le i i '{HTationwhere physicians claimed nation: of steal! and nickel suspended in

i lit was the only chance to pet well. alkaline solution takes the! ( of ,
was all smiles and compliments! and I an place THE NEW GROCERY
II UWratiim and inflammation of the STORE.
good; nature. Before tLe girl really lead end makes a much lighter battery '
womb has been cured in two or three __
knew what Lo was at Le: Lad made Let j I wet ki through its use, and as I find it ;: than the one at present u i-d. The 0WILL- --- ::: ::: _- i

+. I' an offer of marriage and smilingly j I! purely an herbal remedy, I unlusitatiii'l : batteries: LOW used will nut run more '

awaited her reply. She was euibarritsMd ''I /\' pie it my highest endorsement. than forty miles without recharging./ MOYER

i : ,t +f confus and indisiicit.; :SL< -1-raternally jours. DR. I*. ViKoyfA ,
1 while Mr. Edison claims that his batteries -
4 "
had neAer even felt friendly! townrchim. : I.ans.n. Mich. -J5000 forfeit if moot tea
I timvnisu it "jt yenu'ne. have already shown a capacityof Keeps a Complete, First-Class Up-to-Date Stockof
Except that !she distrusted bIn: \ ,
'I': If you are ill do not hesitate to 1"U' miles. On this point the "wizard" -
he was totally indifferent to her and Fine Staple and
I pet a bottle of Lydia K. Pink- said: | Fancy Groceries.No .
j1 she thought his proposal born of Impudence
j l I ham's Vegetable Compound at "10m going! : to start an automobile 30 W. Government
rather than lo>"e. It did not take ( Salisbury Block
\ I| once, and write to 3Irs. Pink- out for an endurance ten of :5.0:; '
1 i! her over a minute to set him right, '
'I, bam at Lynn, Mass, for special miles.: I shall wake the separate tests TILUPIIOMiJ7: .
I: young girl though she was. and his demeanor I
advice; it is entirely free. of this kind with different; machines, j' -
showed that he abashed
:ls and if I do not produce a battery that:
4.'f i iI and chagrined, lie attempted to argue! i ICE AND
iI I will last for more than .miO) miles Iwon't WOOD.
I} !but she would not listen. lie asked bet tan although there was no note to 'I I "
i !'('Illl tingle one of them.
ty c ,,. : ; ::e' to forget that he bad spoken of marriage I that elect and that he had deliberateiii.uined I

$ ": .., ; and she asked him to cut his *! ]\. l Ler death, but she said! J I WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE
> i How \c>,"In. Vent "'
ur I skit short. He went away with words': nothing until! summoned at the inquest "al. THIS :SIMMER; THAN EVEi( fEFt RESEND
LOll UB4SSEY. I of regret and apology on'Ws lips! but It had bit-n told. of course that all 1| Thomas Ne\lns, the "American Iri h-

.t a alarm Our position as a maritime nation his eyes told a different story. They II the candy distributed: came from her. man" who proposes; according to the US YOUR ORDERS NCW.

? l U a:- ured U-voud the reach of' had a hard, ('ruf'llouk, and she realized I ai.d she had to testify as to how it papers to introduce Irish granite as apains '

c-ou.pftltlon. :md ne .shall hold! our po- that she had rejected a husband tcj I came int) her j'o,..ession.! While she : material into Great Uritain, Thompson Olsen

; e.tlva a iiiist ail i-oiut-rs! iM-oause weI: make an enemy An Lour after Le left j vji..orally sure that her guardian ,: thus dpbcnJ! Scotch stone, I H from cCoe

i, *i4 l.u.follil'S cheaply and with East orange, X. J., and not from Chl-
more or the school there came for her by ruts- WlS the border, she was sO con!'went."ii :

without furi'lgu crews sail thorn more sender: a lax <>f candy and a bouquetShe that she would not testify to It. caei, as the dispatches had It. And his Manresa Street, Telephone AT.ESTABLISHED .

theajily than any of our rivals" I.ord understood they were peace offer. I The police went to work with a ugor, 'I last enterprise is exactly: what might! --

Hra!'s >y ailiultti-il.! however that Hrit-,' lass, but she would not accept them. I biiv.eur. knowing that they would bo expected from him P'tice! it was In' 1S62.

;,li Fhipbuildi-rs must look to their lau !She :gave tho bouquet to one of the j; slon get information in one way or the building of roads in Eat Orange: -- --- --------

refs In the i-ou>trtictlon of ocean grtyC i, teachers, and the candy she laid away. 'j an.ther. and then the third tragedy: that he won the big; fortune that enabled -

lol1l1l1s., f I Another two weeks pa back to McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,

4. I' a dreadful thing hapl-ened In the i'.'I-crs that the guardian Lad fired a Ireland! and buy the castl. which traces o -DIALI5.S If

earn ( lemen.'evv 'la lm.. se 1.)0)I. One of the women employed| i Mill't! throith: L's! brain while !':ttim:: the fine old estate on which he was 0

Mark Twain IIIK aiM.-d two newt to clean gave Miss :Stretier's room al| in his orhce. The police had a fu"pi- born more than threescore years ago Ship and General

t 1 maxima to the world's already valuable! :Saturday dustin?:: and while so doing! !I toil of him. but he was high game to Xe\in is a picturesque tigure.; Ills Chandlery Hardware

iltH-tion.! They: are as follows! : ''\Veousht : came across the candy on the shell i attack Mid they were hesitating! and rise in life! was not assisted i by the culture : BOS AND 605 S. PALAftH STKKKT.

ti : never to do wron;: when people and appropriated Half: an Lour nft.l 1 j jer Luring very slowly in the matter. He that Is secured'' In -the schools, and ..... .
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t 1t are l00kl hind "N' real '-ntleman l '' when he landed in New York about :, .CE1VO"V ---
} j eaui:? it she was screaming;: with must Lan realized that it was only aiue.ton
will tell Idle naked truth la the half a century ago he hail no at REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. IIOEKLINO'S '
j4 pres- pain and though a doctor was spcediljcalled ) I < of time, Lowe-ver. and he bad' money hONH CO b
t nee of ladies." nil. lie didn't get on well in the ctty. GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A, RUrtSJEL HOX'S PUMPH.Cuiii .
i !. she lingered: slung for an hour I ithr!, than th'i -
or two and died. .\ doctor was brought; with his ward. As having: other properties and one day he n*ktan acquaintance Cirdiii Mits Ills Isntitil Ustrsnicts, ksrts, litkirs lhnCOMPASSES. !

.7 Cures Cancer, Blood Poison. Eating In, but his diagnosis, of the case yeas in trust, he was a defaulter: totht ;: what he had better do. In the words of LOGS. KTO ,

l' I Sores, Ulcer, Costa Nothing to Try. certainly wron: She was a strong. amount of $F 1<'.() 0. lie had conurtfd Horace Jreeley the acquaintance said.
'i1 Blood poison and deadly cancer: hearty woman and Lad been in the best'j' 1 aIOutIUsN) of her money to1; 'Go west young man." So :\l"\Ins de- ciation.C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting A eat for Bar Pilot* Benevolent Aao

are the WI rat and most deep-seated of health and spirits up to the moment {| Li< own uvs. and jet had she consented cidtd to strike out for the setting sun. .

of the It could be : I I.. II; had no idea bow far "west" be
i r'! blood di-ea: -* on etrth, yet thet'dcjf'.t eating candy not to come his wife he could haves j
shown that she Lad eaten anjthins; else i 'iu-reoi Ill'l and pulled through:: on the j I ought: to po, and Le started via a ferryboat The Star
to cure w'leu Botanic Blood I '
t arouse suspicion, but the thing was rl'I.lail..Io'r.ftt'r her death be wouldl for the shores of New Jersey Laundry
Ualm u-nl. If you Hive bin) I he took his ,
Landed at lob-ken.
pot OUT without anybody beins; held tc l h\ been ribliirf] to gi\e an aciwmt up
!'''i-on. producing ulcer*, hole [>ain, bl.-iuie( I of hN guardianship: but there would journey on When he I g"t to East i

f 'i' ,'implf-. tr.ucuoiK pttche. falling.lair The woman was I buried and as the: I have been a long d-lay and a chance Orange lie met a man who offered him I Ia II I Biggest, Busiest Best !
I i lII' j l\\i' ., Itcl.iiikin.: .crufulauldrtheu- diy went 1 ly the Incident was being I t-' try future speculations and be might job as a stable boy. Then he took i( ..
matl"\I1l1r a"J'-a-ive f'rin of Cat irrh, note of the badness of the Jersey road.. ----
when another
i forgotten dreadful thing i possibly have come out all right at'
r Peat'aud'kdemllv: c-iucer, eating Later he some one to back him in ;
-- happi-ned The dive-awl woman's last. The Police continued work on got 4'
bleeding. f..t..riu ;ore 4, twellin I An Evriiini Call on
\ 't <. ilotiVs had been guest to a sister residing the case, but it amounted to nothing an attempt to improve them. Today': r ;
t ;: lump- p-r-i-t"'iit wart or -ore, i
itI# If uitf lt,) :itlIC B\d! Hllul 1 < H. 1 H. B.I .) in the town, and In overhaulingthe and was finally dropped, and todaythere ; the roads about Ea<;t Orange: are as rS'L .. (' Your Swell }'l'il'lId
\ It will cure f-ven the worst c i-e ftereverything dressf-s a piece of candy was found are only three or four persons fine a> any In America and finer than!

r..: e1-e! f.uU. 15. B. H. drain in one of the pockits. Tinwas eaten j j wl'o have full! knowledge; of the desp most Nevins never went farther west! dill. ': .v. ii wi'l find will 116 w.i'i -
I 4r
f- '. the p"i"nu out of ttioytetn tiul the i the saint sort of an attack followed j rate deed nsorted to by a man who than East Orange, to to speak, untL; he .

61"aelthen l Hveiy s,'rth...tU" making and another doctor pronounced it a I I Mo, d hich in the estimation of tie' had made a good beginning! in the J55/: i '-ivd if you are well 1411'i idr

j/ the: blood punand rich, and building case of oisoiiinc. The woman died, j world and \"tt was! villain! without nmnssing, of the millions that now: arehug. 4 ii .,.,ed and your linen I i- .r. .
; up the brokti!->i'iwn body. BIo > 1"
t'I '' and after a postmortem examination mercy under hIs mask. M. QUAD. i fy .f ablp A '
,. t.tnic I'.loiid Italin R 1 Ii. II.} thor- i, 1 '-.e woman lit r- .

wt'u'hly te-ted for ;>") y"irDriu the case was gi\en to the. I-oil'l'! The j jtirst In nnd Out !! rt i alway Kau. fo" a nun: wIt i itaitt
di-ath had not l eeu connected Mi.laterpreted.A
.' HlrfU per hr 1 ,e bottle. Trial ) Hewitt-Lvery time Cruet conies to by the couditinit "f .
treatment free by writing 151o.>d with the candy but after the second I delicate point of pronunciation !isintuluil -

'I!\ I'. \: Balm Co.. Atlanta, (act: 1'e-cribe it was known that women had see tae I'm out. | in this ::-tor}. A couj.try e.ius- y i r 'a. a and he goes:, into her yruioreJ >..

&' : trouble and free medical! advice I urn |HiiM'
Nt .1+ t Rivtu until eur d. H B. 15. due.not felt sure ii: her own r.iind''' the other e\<*nlng. I Edinburgh frl'nll.fl'r a lung day collars and cat- have tat > : ;

''I 1- l contain pot-on-, or mercury that the .candy came from her r.'larJ.1 Hewitt-Well. I was out Just the ; fjfiit in si.::ht-ieing: they found themselves ti.eMur L ulldr>'.
I : ': tag M> inaiiyaavrtiridnmedinJdo), same. I played poker with him.- J JN'"w a long; way from home. --....... -

i[ but i'1'tnpo-ed of 1'uie liotauic In- York Times.! i "
I Cut this nit and take it to any \on, coon said the townsman
6 1 t. i preiiient-". over .i'lot) ttim.allbl. of get'I Ia "we'xe a long way to gang shall wetak' ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods Calif for ail d Deinr' : :
I f' 'I" cure bv ikiti: ;'- Hotauic Blood lialultar' drug store or nic: !clne dealer! and Acts Immediately. i : 2'

:: (. K. K.CJ ""X of Ciiamherlalr.'s: StiniaoL: ar.1l.u.r '' Cis, are sometimes more trouble- ,, a tram r' i!
"Tali'll tralll:" cried the other in sur- TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.I .
: .. T'-v: si er in summer than In winter it'sI
Talilit-, Tho h -=t phye.: '
4 I A.SFoey's : "Y dinna t. tell that
i also ( 'irieit disinlt-e!i : tl.t ;t.n.atl, :. ,> !.aril i to knep from adding to them prise. ( mean ) me
BwrsttS r"9k dlwh3 paafsHngir: in Edinbro': the public! houses are WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
f I' II 1 Puce :;3; tens v 1.ilcoul.n: ? off after exercise. One' open '1 I ,
i 9css'n". /lfLt '" ___ __ i M.unte Cough Cure cures at once. on the Saw'bath! I ----
p f\l\ .i. LQ! OABTORX I .\ .-'Int.y: safe Acts immediately. I I TIME TABLE.

I Bears the h.1 Hid 1 31: a ?" ". cure for coughs, colds, croup.j i A Mnddeninict Lesaey.

t :;! : Honey and Tar at J t.i at and: lungtroubles.. Hargis't,t A young man at St. Mende was drlv-I

f. No oDlate Pin! ; rnacj. John Sheppard and Sidney i i iKanii i en mail by a legacy of 4.lM). From j I LOUISVILLE IN AND EFFECT NASHVILLE DECEMBER 1. IWl RAILROAD

: i; '1'-- the moment the money came into WSI j ji I __
I i .
: I I'yny-l :"I".aatlJht'WAI ,
t n/ 'l!Is! tt.du."dy.dor, lU..hllio1l.ti i possession he was oppressed by the II __--- New Jh.lel\1!. _and_obe.__ _
t F t I fear cf losing it and always carried it ;

: LAW DEPARTMENT i i: about with him. lie finally made a "0.1. 0.6. So.!. I I No.*. ND I ,
I 713 a 12ISm 11IL' Leave..... Peneacota.Arrlte .
1 : Seasonable househol i p bans:' VOl '
l f Ii it I i bonfire of it in the form cf notes and 4:5+ a 3:7 p I III a L"a\'t.... Iomaton_. LIe t3-'i a :.$J p p ;
; -OF- then attempted to blow out Lis brains. II\:\), a 4:21p: 2i5 a Lfa\\ no Mobile ... .Lpan I ItS' n't L 15 n D
: and kitchen utensils at the ,, .
L't ,' ,1' -London Chronicle. _._" 9.p I 7$1a Leave ..S..lIrl. D8..L..a.e .;".' __ ,:,

i'J ;' ,, Willis Hardware Co.'s. : John B. Stetson University -- -.-- North.
I ,
'When Other Medicines Have Failed
who hi* own home i I I So. !. No. 4.
The owns i
: man Do Xjfxncl F'1c i-iclia. SO.l Nrll7.i
1 I
-I. i in?urt'i himself against: ; lots of Take Foley's KidneyCure.. It Las pm 12Ip m I Leave. Yen+acoJa .Arrln 6.Mlpm: 6 .n.,
1 trouble and Nobody can JOHN r. FOllHKs I'll U., I'rl'dl'lIt.Im.HT J. "'.\1'.ItJI.. LL. B. Dean ;, cured when everything else has dis- 4:15 a m 5:57 pm .trri"Ionqom".ry _pave 11:15 a m ."", : //I
!1. worry. '' 11:3: am 9:05 rrl\"LlillmIDltham.I.un
'appointed. Sold byV.. A. D'Alfcd- I pm e ia&m e S
"f I, ; raise his rent, and the rent day: ha rail Term Commence* ,Yt.'llll..llah October 1 1H)2. I i'jpm; 310110 m l Arrl'. NaJvllle ...L'a.e p
101!\ '\1 l. no terrors for him. It's", easy to owni berte. 121:! South Palafox streEt.: 2:") a m 'I:" am Arrive ..-. Loolivllle .....Lreve 5IS pm "i. mT2'am
I ,'. t.;, TWo YEARS' 1..0l'R' The L\* Pp\rtmnt of John B. Stetson I'nlverilty gives I : ll:5vnm I Arrl\'e.... .ClnClnll&tL..Lene 6npm 11'1' J
: home uowadayThOBt C. a tao-ear'cour.I l"aJin to tlie i!* rei. of LL. B I I 72'm isWp m Arrtve I Ht.Lout. ..Leave ; r. u '
,. Watson & Co. can tell you how 1'EiiKEK AliMIM TO THE HARThdiplomaot the Law Department of John B.Stetson There's! lots of money to be madeIn _: -
: t'alY it I". Call ana see them. t'nl\.ruty admit. to the hsr real estate-lots of it. A real estate PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
Fl'RTH ER IS""R fA T1O-For the Law \nnouncinnt of t.-S. and a:1 other de- _
.!' sire;!iiiform&tiOn regard.ogrut' Law Departmrnt.addre" sign I' usually a finzer-board to : No. 21-1.Ial1y So, 1-1.IallYI l So stop where time not thown ,"0. I-lJ.lly :00, r. '.oJ
ALBERT J. FAKRAH Dean of Law wealth. Thog. C. Watson &
Department -
11 p5- 7:1)1) a m Luu. .. P..niIloCOI.Arrl"'l IIJM ; :1\-
the Real ;
firm pm
KIDNEY DISEASES De Land, Fla Co., leading Itl nIght 71t u -. .... ':ohern,. .-....... .. I'J$ 0\ ,r12x'
: : t have some offers which it would ) 1:14 : :: ..-.. Ill.itra .......-. : IOS4 0\
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: be worth your while consider. Go 12:1: 11'4 __._..E4cambis __. 1).3:! ;;
and them and don't u'a5 7:25 .... .._ foist _......_ u 1'11" s 4'
see to-day, wait IN": : 1:1'1" -. u__ Harp.... ..... 10:=1" ..
i UI thd exift fatal W all Tulane University of Louisiana. ;i till to-morrow. I U:50I": 7:115": ..._....<,,1 ItCity .._..._ 10:16 to s .
1 l u i 12.3: ; ,. 1;:n" ;; _.... -. ){11 tOil no' __ )0):la" 4 _
1Vow OrloAus. i Marston $ Ouina are sole 1:9) a m ..._. ..... ( oal Range._ ._.. ii :1
I'M" 4'15" ...... ..- Holu -.- _._. "' 8:'15" 415
t \ agents for the celebrated 2:::1':') 8 sl U ......_. Mllltgan ....._ 9p1 4 .
t 1 Q KiNEY eyiE U' > I I 2tS": 9stl U ......_Crennew....._ etl" 4 0-
EDWIN A. ALDERMAN LL.D. Odorless refrigerators al)) It 8)11": .. ..1.1 O@r Land ..._ sSB! U
: FULt I NlflKH4 IIM4or President.tallCoarseJlnLaaaa { a'j":!: 8IQ": ._ MOl5ylfead II:.) ". .
absolutely guaranteed or 6011":; 9:5.5De1'nniakpringa. 8ti. t.-'
11 tj rdundtd. Conttinifccudlts rt.'vcn separa Depsrtni-'nts. !>iTte a Ba.ldia Extensive Libraries, Laboratories money refunded. e:4O 8: 1' ... .PoDce de Leon_ t' .
r mon 7 cad Workshops. plenHI1Iepartmet1t tar Women in the Nencomb College. 61' ) 11liJ' ?_Westville-- to 1:17" :
I 6:-j" }O-15' .._ Caryt'lI1e_ 1:11" .
I ttcofoLud by ***& .
leader In all vocation Its facilities for Instruction
> Tulane are unsurpassed 6'i I" JJ;$) _ltoaiay.- 8\6! : _
Itt f In tbe;\Oltl1. EUhty-slx instructors and l:3stad ats last tessloo. Many icaolartblps 8:1)J" 11):67" U ..
lei PARKER'SClem. hlpley '1:17"
the ;
j 1l Atnt physicians as cxst In thescademiCdepartment open to Louisiana boys. fcxpens's or scholarship student HAIR BALSAM I 600: 1I .I1" '-.Cottondsle.--, ':11" I. t : }as7x)0
1- r175for .e. ion. Hoard and lodging in dormitories at low rates. Opportunities a3orded ... It5'' _.....Mananna__ 8:1) .
troublu.paa. I
and Biaddtr tad be.s.La1 111. h.ia! )
KMtnsf academic students for self-help. In the Academic Colleges, no boy, if properly prepared INI Prumx.y hinmct rush 71 oj 11.45: .. ._ Cyprei4.- 61'1 I. 4.. s ::11
aM .. for college work, will be turned alley from inability to pay tuition. Nest session be- *..... Fun to Bettor Orty T:.' 11:52 _(}rand Ridge_ 6e2:: ;
I' &IIlHlc. 1tJ#r lit. send for Catalogue. CUM Hair KM-t to ateMM TouiliTal k hat Coior.I..,....... 7:51 Ut l noon l JlfIo1. 6:1" : .
W. A. D'ALEMBEBTE. 'l' Address, K. A.BRt'FFSecretar1. 5J<,aMIWIl Dru N I S15 12ib LrtLTe-Elteritlnctloa-Leave, 6:1 Jl

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FACE In House of Common EntertainmentWill I't: '! !I J i:

Be Given
,; l r!
New York July 17.-A big dinner u .

Original! ) will be given in honor of J. P. Morgan !i i
HUMOURSPimples 1. ; L
More than half a century ago, before next Tuesday in the house cf commons I I.. ..'
of Life for ar tbe serfs cables I'I j I }I'I .
>ew Lease were emancipated in Russia, the London correspondent L
Postmaster. the Count and Countess Gedeonovsky of The Herald. A. W. Maconochie. I. i !'

Iowa owned a beautiful girl Liza. Ivan M. P.. is to bo the host, and the < ,I' :, i l'

I. H Randall of Pun Panshlne who had guests will include Premier Bailout ,flImporters
a fortune 1
J lace teen a great and several cabinet ministers as well fori infants and Children. I : ) j
from his
a merchant, fell in .
awl result i
as a number of other ,
." 1ei: r-g unable ob love with her, and his love was re- Englishmen representative The Kind You ](;\\Always Nought has borne iho !signature I I. :

,. a 0 relief.! I w-olvedtotrj turned. Senator of Cha.. II. Fletcher, and has been made tinder his ; :: f i
Kearns of Utah and Mrs. I
'l'.1 Cure. Fefore: I Lac One morning Count Gedeonovskyupon Kearns, who personal Mipervuion for over :;0 'ears. Allow no ono i : t ; Ito
Ii "Ie I knew I had fount have been in England a .
f l okwi< for. After : opening his mall received an offer week or more, tar been entertainedby deceive you iu this. Counterfeits Jinitations and ,; i i

i was cured of a soreness! it from Paushine of 5.000 rubles for Liza: Sir Thomas Lipton on the Erin. Sii "Just-a..-good" arc but I'vperiments, and endanger tho ; ; 1\( ;i I had not U-en fret'eft the young man stating that he wishedto "j : Thomas hoisted the stars and stripes health of Children-Experience again lliperinient. I : ;

I year*. I am ltterto marry her. Liza who knew the offer when hit guests went aboard and the i
t ear* Kwlol Djf.-pei> The Kind You Have'Always Bought !
:i me a new lease of life was before her master, was libteniiig W flag floated over the vessel during : ; )

'VriL;,: irson will UMP. at the door peeping: through a crack tot the whole stay Bears .the Signature of i i 1 j!

..a Cure, I believe If hour and see what chance there was Mr. and Mrs. Kearns breakfasted I': : I

mach from which the} for her anJ her lover's happiness.! Herhcau Pimples, Blackheads with the American ambassador on I I, I[

,,-> will receive permav sank within: her when she heard Red Rough Oily Skin i Tuesday, and have left for Scotland. I ,H i. i. i I
ILC wishing! can have i
the count exclaim: iI !
.en' aitothepenuinness "1V hat impudence! man whose Prevented by I. Southern New I : I.
I Tariff. '
a' f this i :
j i J
iial: 1 I.* the voluntary fatlttr grew rich beside me while I Louisville, Ky., July 17.-The South I t t

a ruin: who has suffered | .:nw i"nirrr t-vtry day, now thinks to ern railway has issued a new freight ; :
I Inn Use For Over 30 Years.
f d\ wants others to receive ileprite we of my most valued serf. (aticuraupnAn tariff providing for the payment ol ; i ;
Liza. Liza: Come here:" (rpt.u. Co..m ,1 1 ,
8'* Kodol DyspepsI g ', drayage on all articles included in the I.u- --... .u..un'i: r
10 .. any case of storuactt t'I'L"n Lir.i came, the count showed recant tanns- issued- by the Louisville .--___ ___ u_ __ ______ = =-- i l
the stomach by di. : her the letter and asked her if it had \ and Nashville P I

,u tat. The ret: alont! been written with her consent. She admitted r and Illinois Central rail ; Every Woman .. i if ,
roads. This :
.' health. Hut hodsre makes the drayage war,,
) that it had whereupon she was r. f r t
ale! ) contains, tonics which began In the city about a week \ \ Isllderr.Icaandalnldtnow! ,
wm '
diMui *eJ by her master with the If r & 6O. al u Hit;wo Wrful
iii the organ and haMet words, "I will teach you how to form ago. a three-cornered fight! with the Yt, ', 4' MUWLhirling Spray :
t. You don't have tcl '' probability that unless a settlementis jhP nPt la Ipal.rl.rr inYh 4 !

Irvp4 l 'p.a' !: Cure will dial plans without consulting: me. Then MILLIONS or PEOPLE CSE CrnmiABOAF soon reached the Baltimore and rat n, ,1 /' nrr arnt !. i I

Jltips children, too. he wrote a Letter to }I'anshiue' declining ,a<.icte(1by CCTICUBAOIxTu6YT;: ,for Ohio will be drawn into the conteston and Dealers In- IUkux.LN.p11,, i f,1prntsl.lfarll
the oJTtr: and warning;: him never to appnnrh preserving, purifying,and beautifying the A ''
h "J 1 Dyspepsia Cure account of the effect of the ,
Liza umlt'r peril of the law both skin for cleansing: tile scalp of crusts, action Chinese and Japanese ,. Ifh""rt.,4aupl'MSNII.I.nrrptnu ythe I: I '
11 Stomach Troubles. scalPi 11\I111.ullrutf.! and the stopping of of the Louisville and Nashville and I lanrrhwdwpforn ;
for bm.M'lf! : and h,-r. I'dn-hin knew | s
I ...... .... .'
I ir"V lrr.h Co..Chicago! what this meant. The count was in falling hair, for softening, whitening, and Southern on the St. Louis lines which Fancy Goods, i l'I.tI..II.k fti'P.OI, nl.rpahd'duP III'. h<'.-In-- t
t81..1trneathe! : ACsue.p1f Soothing, rod, rough, and sure haiiils, for they control. Tk .! .f Iu ij.f.. !H un 11. O., i t! :
favor with the government and a word! I 'I' I.
baby rashes, itcliniffs and chafin;::., and FINE CHINA TEAS, t10TICVt. .
[ "1'1 T( Cough Cure from him with n trumped up charge for all the pnrpo.esof the toilet bath' ,and Censorship Abolished. 31 South Palafox St. j BoomtrTlmes Kids.:: .wYork. I i. II
would t>e sufficient to send lioth theI'f't Millions of Women use Cull- I ; .
nursery. Capetown. July 17.-The censorch, Laundry Ottice. Pensacola Fl.i ; i iI
tier u's made for.J to !Siberia. crRA S.\p iu tin-form of hubs foranuoy- i' : t i

!I ranchine, who was n. l1eh'rmln,1Cd.w. lag irritations, iutlaunnUi,and excoriatioiH over telegrams has been abolishe I I I have been authorized to take : ;:

'i u :itteppirdr ; > jKwdered long seeking for some ,or too free or offi-nsiveiier-jiiration i except in the case of loess diVdtdl forVm.. !
in the f.'fIll of wa>h<>s for 111"1'1'\1' i'ewl'aknf".t" ub"crlrtion JenningsBryan's .'
plan to IIKSM-SS himself: of Liza. At ;
i, and for many sanative purpoe'i.Complete I paper "The Commoner. r
last he conc-lU'led to tight: the count Poisoning the System. These tiny Capsules
ire superior t
) Q \TH. i j I' with his i own method. lie \yt.lmte Treatment (for Humours, $1.ConItnpofCiTlTlnt'OAl'lV.trtrloan L It Is through; the bowels that thi to Balsam of Copaiba, The price i is tl.OU per year in ad .

jI j I a charge njrainst Liza of being/ member ; "e body is cleaned I of Imptu ities. tat.,: I Csbelu} and ; Injection J i vance. Those desiring the papercan i

\\ liirh l'tIIPY.I of a hand of revolutionistget her the eLliiof<' ttalt, ,] -'i'al',.., .iii'i -often the stipation keeps these poisons in th They cure in 48 hours the i have it Pent to them by seeding ';
tlili-keneit r.mclc.! ; l'l'Tlt'lK.1I1>T\II.l\r I : fl.UU to the undersigned. i tI
Mfn. into his *i fsion and her dullmss ,
jK carry beyond system causing headache: i
(5": ,I" In.l.lllt! all.iTtti-iiint'.inRninination, aa7e a.ta. W it1P--at any int- 'n- I H. l\1. RoniK .
1 that the l-ordeia and lrrBtnouunt! ....theaii'lhvalamlCtTlCIKI and melancholia at then
,:.1:1110 the < st iet;a D 8r at l uGGiSTS
IU.,,iL\t.>T riLLs ((2), in root and I Care Daily News.
-.iJ:,>ral hi lt? mini- I one but the most; daring would attemptsuch clean-.e tinMINM!. A 1"1.1,1 FET: Is often sightly eruptions and finally serb ua ,

.a" ::Uhe a plan; fur if success meant happiness Fuflwient! to Cure the severest taw illness unless a remedy is applied.IelVitt's !

-!.1<.' uhli'U; W in marriage; failure meant misery CrTirrnKFWUVEVT I"ILI.I. (Chooolate ) Little Early Risers prevent ;
Coated) lore a IWW. tastple s o.i f S
t".r tvrtiiin i in prison. nouttealsnhsppnefor the relel>ratett IxjuMCinci and .. ,
promote easy healthy action of
\ name iiuli- Pam.hiae knew well the corruptionof HA KUOLI'EM,W Oesl'nce.2:;':. .
the bowels. These little do
pills tact
Sold thnmchaut) tee world. Brlttih !>>pit: T-'A: n o-O3P-oIFensacola : t
t 1"uhlnl": Ituss'.nn'! officials. lie
approachedone ('haiuhm.eI/.dnn.
| freechDepot:5Suede t a violently, but by strengtheningthe
Pi 1. ran. Podia Data uu Cm. Cunr, bul.
_r. no: gradualthe of them whom he had long known, FroptM BU.UJU. L.:I.A. bowels: enable them to perform '

,1"" ,,,, Mikhalevich, and made him an offer I their own work. Never gripe! or dis ,, Florida t'

? Kotisoftring of lO.OiiO rubles if he would arrest the Vi;:tula, he fired the tructurt' tress Ilargis' Pharmacy, John Sheppard -

i from Liza and then secretly turn her over to It was in flames when the count I and Sidney Kahn. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. I f

ud taken! tow her I lover, to be carried: beyond the borders appeared. Hesitating: moment, he

here they of Russia. The offer! was accept dashed through the flames and across. Medical !Society! Attention. Beautiful Lots for Sale. :

..-in. The ed. 1':1 IIsliine sold his estate and sent The lovers, bd gone: on. but were aow There will be
a regular meeting! of ,
':h the dissul the proceeds, except what he neededto only! half a mile in advance. Never

.y ilu-O.: help him: in his flight, to a bank in tin l les-i they h-.d fresh horses while thecount's the the Pensacola Bard of Medical Health office society it a*: 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord I : ,1

\here'! > theIrltiye5 America. When he had arranged for horse had followed them fortwenty o'clockp.m. Tuesday: ; July 22. ing to location and surroundings. IL I

.' relays of horses to cover the distanceto mt': .
Visiting physicians; are cordially! -- -- .
':.wlHI the Prussian border a hundred The c
'. It tsJTH miles all was ready for the attempt. ch.uw.! : Flopped at a farm long: DtL\V. C. DEWBERY, High Dry Fertile Lands

race, One \fiuns li\hlll""kh appeared ciiu--'i! to do so. then pressed on. He President '

nil rcoiroia at: the count's estate! and read a warrant felt sure that they wuuU take the DR. L. DEM. HI.OCKEK, ,.

it. for the arrest of Liza on a charge: 'I'-ar-'f-t; road to the b -- --- ---
t i us: to of conspiracy. The count was aston: \\Ir\w. mol did nut stop to ask their offered in Pensacola. .

tits not I i hed. lie dared not resist aa olfleer; dirta'oPr.iia Warsaw but one road THE NEWS Want Culumn. --------

NativeoftMs but suspecting a plan t<> get his! serf !.-J "tl'::!::ht eastward. and he took Home Seeker' Should See These Lots. \

bya out i/{ his hands as soon as a dro,ky this r.iui. I'ominIO,1/ \ after to anctVr .. --- -- -
treat- could] be got ready) he drove after the I' ':.:are! if the Vistula he S-HW I
.A. V.1 '.
'!V4 ('Isl'. t.ffi.-pr! and his charge. He had not that: tn-: '.rl; :!t- was in flames. Here t ClubbsCorner : ;

the i'a- pine far before !he came upon a droky he wr> ,di'i.itl.! till l'icould find a If You Have I

o't'rttrmJ.Iikhal'icb being in the ford, wlii'ti! lie continued the pursuit, Garden and Alcaniz Streets. ; i

i 1I"lIt auvis MIOW ('r 'in:; for help and Liza nowhere !of.It! ;IT: frt-sh hordes! wherever he could! i r t

that to bo seen. As soon as the find tl.. 'il.nli'll he reached: the tier

"-nrp of a count could stop Mikhalevich's cries, ''.i-"-. 1 I.- -I'" tinfiulthes:: pa sIiiK: : U but Rheumatism + Fe HREXT WM II KXOWLKH, W. K. HYIK.., J. S. KhEBE.President. r-

a (,'w hundred ahead I Vlcel'f *ldont. Ca.blllf. Ase 't Cashier I '
chokingwith which he kept up us long as he dared yards of him. I

the the officer said that he had been, set lan: < ':;iiu' grad I/za did not know that ,

,. This is upon by Panshiue and a number of tiny tn 1''' in (;('rlll:1t1.till. they saw a the great tested sad

\s the dis-: his friends) and the girl taken from man in German uniform. Then they .' URICSOL i endorsed Remedy will California cure First National Bank H i ji jiOF

I with the him. Fortunately the count, he had: ('1.1 I Bladder diseases caused by an excess of
the best horse I in his stables, one po. i c-uut !':J"it and turned a1>ol1t. lit uric acid. It never falls and builds up ,
sexed of remarkable speed and endur K-iiw rl'-it:: be was beaten and did not : the health and Etrergth while using! ii.I .
.. I scud for book of wonderful l\SACQLA. I'!..
I' : I '"'tra..t. Care t'j !hive them see his discomfiture. stamp certificates
auce.Liza: t t tDX'n.EOTOn
I Price, }1 per bottle. For tale i >
: lust r,-f need "fill. Ivnn." said
Liza "how could! by drupRisu. your druggist can not
was astonished at her
arrest I ,
r, take supply you It will be rent prepaid upon : : % e '1 .
printing rikr'
oy you a ; I
,'n -n-al! manu I and supposing it, was that in despair.her master When had suds instigated "I5y taLins: it there was hope; by not receipt of price. AddrcMi WM.: H. KNOWLE3: W. A. BLOUKT C. BF.KK7 ,y, K, H YER. JL i.&) !:

o' .>'a\' :10111'0' denly n drosky turned from a byroad taking) it there was no hope" he re I Urlcsol Chemical Co., Los Angeles.Cal D. O. HKhNT. ; .
-f c,-itt 'ad. plied."Rut. or the

L ,'W th. Sahh ; transferred Panshine! jumped to his out and she her was d1.! the prisonsf, she exclaim j I Lamar &, Rankln Drug Co., Atlanta 6a. : 'f
conveyance, I &d muU! 23w !

'a!1 'II.t)xviiiihl hl4. !wind in- tress She asked was turned for no Into explanation an exciting;, Dope.well are"Xi-xtr going mind to a prisons land of srfthc freedoii? ::1 i iI Distributing.. Agents. rig A ; { t i Mi l ail HI, : ,,

"1 "*s with the I JULIAN VAKN :
knowing that liberty and happinesswere I I. f

It tie rnh'll: now to vie with a prison and miss /mil Indian (4>url lilp. I t.f/rWe draw our own Bills of Eichan e on Great Britain lreJa:1f I
.i.iany nw-ii Mho ry- The lUll I Indians are sentimental In LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS Germany, France, Aatrla, Italy Holand, !pain Belgium, Jtnssla, Nor ,1 !
: f $.V iI.rOM'I, with : .
M 4N Tlie'IM Panshine had studied the route and the extreme and marry at a youthful : way! Hweden. Denmark and other European eoantdss."Veeses 1

made his preparations accordingly.; lIe afre. When a youth is wooin; a maiden, --- --- ,' I
One Crm had with him petroleum cotton and he will go and sit before her with his OF PYTHlAhNo. ( Disbursed npon the Met Farorable Terms and theft \ I i |t I : .
,7 'xapn'.s>." s an- Obligations Taken Payable at Port of eetiratlon Ion '
cr Fifteen
pitch pine fur the purpose of burning back turned to her and untwine his! Dan ,
The old ,pcutle-: 1'l'ill1aftt'r he had IJlXKfO. No. 3, K. of F, after Vessel ArrJres: there. f' '"
.. .'ii ('aroliua and parsed over head cloth. She rejects him by softly --- -- _

',"t IK Infringedwlttor : ICeacliin! a brid.c across a branch ute stealing; away or accepts him by running i. meets every Mends eye, erSafety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection ; ?i.'
atsciio> M fanl ll+;
; her hands caressingly!' ; through his' with which ha' Priwi A I. '
of tJ! the Klonnt Wtttr we re a trtaient for thnUd. j :! !
i ', Vacation Days. loosened locks. \ :ng. third Poor of Renter;. l'
'" it of the chew I I
? brethren' oordlai
It .
tlJ.-Xew York Vacation time is here and the chil- I. I i.
The Srrloim :Mlnileil In i i
dren are fairly living out of doors. I :
A Japanese review recently invitedits HORSI.KHK. !
There could lie no healthier plate for K. A K. I I
(steps It Handy. readers to name those European: '' WE WILL'FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! !
them. You need only to gum d against authors whose works they more tp "
i a Ions time I i
the accidents i Mental .
rat to
openair dally appreciated. The following has Wnt tab,for band.
:and general I aurelsAgain 4- .., ,.....1.1 onr.',Bv J' i
sports. Xo remedy equals IKAYitt'sVitth been the result, of the referendum the I out en,wlat t.' '.iu.BKISTOI. ,.--i- REUJ. ., '!. ., rUts. ., !
I ro indigos \ Hazel Salve for quickly stop- ] authors coming out of the \otiii!* In !2foe -t-:: 1 into "t wp ewe f"r *.*.!. j 1rr, ,I >. d : .
.. \\ ,, .. 'u
'l t.
lill'.al. tr. t 'i ... I
tl .' pin pain: or removing danger of sere ,. 4. .r- I
Verona ,
'r.,4, i the following! order: Darwin, HerbertSpencer fun i-r, )f a t. f >nip ... f ft f
t-. "t her to try ous l'IIII't'flu.\lt.s.| For tits, scalds > Schopenhauer, Goethe andToi Baa fww mad Cxposirknt the COM rr ::1 t *.f" l-,;uMH f !l.i'.l f.; :;.rCl 1 .
anl I wounds. "1 used IV>1Vitt's'tVitch ; 4 ,
MedjJAwanl to ." in stiilti I. rn" itrl ?
r and r. .it once Hazel Salve for cuts and i ihrni"i' I. .i. u Jt.air. .k .. .. .
I sores I. : 11'.r' .."!, .. j
'.. I' :
\ -six, eats >." says L. I?. Johnson, Swift. 'I II wt 1..II"4.N: 't."\, :ii: ;
.. I
i. larking that "I am using! a box of Chamberlain s W. a .0.1.! < 1Ii..r r
Tex. "It is the f't's-t remedy on the I. ''tit ft 'o>kulifu, y I" i i I '
f.i as she has Stomach and Liver Tablets and find v' .tr>'''.{"': pipI, -fvi I 1 it!
niaikrt. Sure for !
cure piles and VT > ... .. .
.. .. .. C? I. "" i :
tmly. Po I.m
not ,
skin diseases liovvare of counterfaits. them the best thing for my stomach -1m I' t .I.tI" rl II "11 k"10 hl", .. '. I I
t: r'1 upshot rt .' ,r' ... .. ..
-> tu|>toms. Co I used," W. Robinson: ,.,' 1.- .I.. .. 1. .f 'II ,
larcs'! Pharmacy, John Sh 'p- ever says T. WHISKEY 51n I.' IIl" t 'I. . !I.
.U' *i i 11 '. .
''Ir tttt..nlch is} . ,, .. i
and S Kahn. i iI" Justice of the Peace Loomis. \111' S '1. \t.- or. t \
pard \ I
; .c.tre1red: ,
I.. S'loil. Dodo i ti-.h. My rpu. a t rr Wt T t I" !t-
These tablets not only correct disorders Odd mctftM_ tee p.ood, wd' l' -r liiir.r W n I.. .. 4' N." 1 f )I i
I --tr nsthcns | inch At"I tnf'> W \\ t r
i j' w 't
of the } I
1f.tSTOIZZIL.: I stomach but regulate = IB ft few day,. 1.... ,..,", bit i> -\f-\ %rl. t' !. 1 .,Sir '-t I t 1 k ,
v gar tiMid. ItHires' the livor and bowels .udu..o. Mrt AO.NLs .. .., .
They WTCJJlSG: I ,
are easyto '< f 1) & d.-jai J .
aIId :
l M((1''b"H ,* "'* Satf ta93.UI r
3'S) .
Phar- Bean the '
: take and Chicago
pleasant in ( !fert Price
.It.\.l Sydnc,v Sguture ,' : .. :J". e,nts par box. For tale by all SALVONA SOAP CO., [er. lth J Pins Sts. ST. LOUIS A\0. : i;i.:

0/ ; dru,;gUts and medicine dealers. ,UI.:, 11llfI.t"'I! ..OJI', ti'f'Ul. t .
J h \
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..., .:', The force of oratory ; l\ed-i\ome and made Christianity Uvei Abraham Lincoln. J j f i It

;: -,.\"3 \.fIHtruurA' Ohio Man 15. IQOiFfifiD ?i ,,1 '
,.. f.r ..
l Fllr.rr. CO.. I :
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a'" ;; Buffalo N V : I !
; .J; ,' 1 + 4' :
'. (,< ","meo.- Min '. } ti :. r t-Mifs dlttml two my>inlay whools j preach and one 1tt I' !s
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ir i rj\\.rthIA'b2'Uf: WIItIII.neln 1
., t. Jjundnjen ) :
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f' 4 .ii<"ji ;
MIjft nPrdinq wnl'afing to
pivct'ri .1
"e ,;:[ ; :
.. t. '. 7).... iA.\\ w a nth for the rf-iimihiiie duties of the,, day II I-t
I r.\kc my stipi,,,'r 1-irrely of FOliCK It !
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;.: I"r '
\ 4':1 dls'tst; without reminding: n.f tFTat';; i Imp a I ,
.'" ;.'rr r ,; r pt+ ;;{, ttimar-li anil it
f r ? .. ret !so !strt-netlii-ns rne bat 1
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L l Y'1 > ate r 1.1) >-P Ust si rvif than '. 1 !
Li.; -: 1!,; PS' + ,, try Q'i t ? f t my e no more w urv. at .. ..
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,; Tours T'-rr tr,ily! 1

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tt DAY AND NIGHT. jVet Iiiteudencia Street. I

i Ii POU & GINGLES, Managers. 4 ':t

. t Cruiser Philadelphia, Arriving at San Fran ;v < 1! THESE LITTLE PRICES !

cisco To-Day, Reports the Death. R POUt
iF I
I :::
+ MINES' patpnt
: 7C and Leather Tip
F Captain \Villiam: Wdgutr I ..4..4. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER. : $1 /O styles $ |1.45

17 Vest Intendencia: Street. Office Phone, 31. Residence Phone,673. ; *
tIS E3' Cross
,, ger Jted at sea July 10 $ I j Cn Straps and One Strap sandald; !-
so $ 1.15
vessel, the cruiser ;' -::: := = ------ ---- ::- ---- --:: ::

t # oat in the Pacific ocean. l ,
DIED TO-DAY $1.25 I MISSES': Red Kid and Patent Vamp Sandal .90
The Philadelphia arrived :

Francisco this morning in Mid-Summer NoveltiesAT 1 ; CHILD Patentand Leather: Tip sandals,

3)1.01 1 0] styles ...... ... ... ...... .... . ..., .... .... thrt$1 1120
of Lieutenaiit-Cummander ,

Aaird: who went ashore and It is with sincere regret we announce m l nr CHILD Cros< Straps; and One Strap Kandal-ai.d.:

I the captain's death to the the death of Mrs. Martha M. 0)1.) ZO . $1) j.00(

Williams, mother of our esteemed i

i3 i 4I partment.:A report vf the death fellow citizen, F. Williams, at his I THE BIG STORE $1.00 I CHILD.- Red KID and Patent Vamp Modal- JJ

residence,on the corner f>f 14th street ''I I
sent to Penacola. A I
.75 INFANTS': Red Kid Handah... .. .. .. . .. ... ,45
r the navy: yard was af-ternoon. ,

f } with equally as much regret; I ; INFANTS'One
}I:' t the news at PenacoU.Cap' I Mrs. Williams was one of our old- :' 1 Case Ruby Batiste at 5c yard. ;: Strap Vtci Kid and: Patent LsatberSiudul-: : .45

IA$ 1{ litiinKtr, was for est and best beloved settlers, having'come : : 1 Case Fine Swiss Lawns at 4c yard Other Reductions in Shoes for the Little Ones.
I Pensacola
to fifty
year in command of the l' years ao.; Latest Novelties in Belts at 25 and 50c. j i ___ _
: She was a native of Georgia and was I
i naval station, and besides
fur "".") year of age at her death. Washable Taffeta Ribbons in all Widths 1 MEYER SHOE CO.
,;tj /great power :
ar ) The funeral will be ,
{ r the yard, wa universally: : arrangemeuts Velvet Ribbons in all Widths.
g I1 + .
announced later.WANTED
i E the city. When the \) Lace and Embroidered Feet Furnisher for lash Onl.
---- Binding. I
r i'i'I' I that liis early departure was I 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.wwmvww1vwowr.

1 tainty, great regret was INSANTA I New Materials for Wash Skirts 10 to 20c I --.

ld for he had been foremost in Lace Mitts and Gloves. .

g+; thing that would prove :a ROSA'I: Lace Stripe Hosiery, 15 to 50c pair. ,..,
1'ensacola interests so far as
t .......
,' matters were concerned. Ite, Large Assortment of Ladies' Lisle Vests, ; ,
I I I :
F ?I '. his influence with the Deputy Sheriff Brewton came Fine Goods, 6 for $125. :

y are evident from the recent down from Cottage: Hill this morn '
100 Bed Spreads at 75c 90c and $1.15 :
i litre of the highest naval: ing with a negro named Will Roebuck !j ,

this country. Chietly ; who is wanted in Santa Rosa l Mosquito Canopies with frame, $ BARGAINS to

J1 I were Secretary of the Navy county on a warrant charging; him ; $1.25 to $1.75. a
V rI Chief Kudicott. Hear with carrying concealed weapons. !' ;4
t ,
t Made Bars at 50 to 75c.
Bradford, Crowninahield, '; !Sheriff Mitchell sent word he ; 1

t 3 uth-H. The establishment would come for the black tonight. ; Bobbinet Bars, $1.90 to $5.50.
i i
I't-d. boat: storage plant at TROUBLESOME QUESTIONS. ,: 111.a:

I yard was: one of the many -- I I -
.. : .
Korlil ?!
<>nt Prlrr Anti I." Sonfrlere -
I t f his, and the progress .\r.. llcwp-niaiSjIr. i YOU R3 TO PLEAriE.JDitliam .
I 1 1I
made of itte-tifies to his Jenrgp, d''nrfcy Is it that the I :
I Mcntitic! iMTM>ii4 doll try to Invent. .":.

IF naval Very: attache.few in the city knew Kate"I sujijioso the iiis.df they of the consider f'lrlh1"it beneath I l loljuson Ion. 1 1i ---=I"' ;>

std until them low." i
t occurrence ) toy ..:

ire' TUK NEWS, and "Thiw. iltorct*. you are trying tojuK 1.----- __ ..---
expressions __ _
i Y ,- - - - ---- ...
- - -- -- -- -- ------- - :
I -- --- -
i to cere regret came from real SHMOUIt KI-CIS to me that It : IIQ-.
f 44 each ca-{?. The cause of would\ .; doing tli> world a croat: st-rv- i K' --
t! ti: n'" death was Pdinuu ''' Icu if somciNidy could tind out Just SUICIDE ON INCREASE. l\t Hni It fold. III.
r t what it I is btuSVl with." I I"Th.a j Coitutg-D.> jou u->e a field;lass
'. ( information was obtainable: : Is the woLian of it. my I Statl.tlc.! Sho. That >-lf UrnlracllonM when you go to the races?

,, : fij to the term of sickness, and You want to p-t at the cotton batting I Iand I j Groping la the \V.rIJ, lr.\'njl's-X.: ,: I do not go much on FRIEDMAN & CO'S.RACKET

new, relative to the di. the f11\\VII u"t. Yis, you do. You!' Th> mania for self! destruction is on st 3'II'. A bottle \JttII'lou h for tue. .
are consumed by n ruthless ('urio lty. the increa.M-. Judge.
+ r'l i ,. the body was: the inquiry You walt to find the funny businessthat i Life certainly presents in most countries 1 ] I

; .I navy department by Capt. makes the doll wiy 'papi' and many more agreeable" features The C.....
f iiiainmn.: It's the destructive instinct( '' than it did a ;generation; airo.! Yet the Hotel Ct: rl.-I can give you a single! ,:!
I to where it should be shipped.I '
.J' lJfl"I tluit all wonifti jiosvcss." 'I' de<:ie to akinthm it increases yearly.: room for $1 or a room and bath for Jl.New .
j "Why (;pi>rt>, )nU'rl' horrid!" The total I number of nuicidt-s is swelling Arrival-That's putting a pretty STORE. '
CRIMINAL COURT"SESSION "Oh I know jour H'X.'e''I' had ; enormously.;; it beean of thegreater heavy tax on cleanliness Isn't it- ,
'i sweral women In our family.: I know prevalence of nervous: dis- Yonkers! :55t.Jte.sman.Hotlirr.: : .

": all nVmt youlii>n I rvirriod you. l'US"? JLmNMmHHNm
I ii: Hut snppo-o you co'iM! c.'t your dostnirtive ;, An English; alienist! : Mr. Styles, has .
.! little: scNsors into the inside' \ been at some pains to investigate this fhe-Isn't: the air bracing out here?
t ,' *, of the fjiolu'Vi] .uld it lo you any I subject, with wholly discouraging! rev lit*-1 think if we get nearer the '

I f l .., Criminal court convened pood to find out that the cotton batting : suits. The story of his discoveries window we will find it a little more at
!f-4 I : was !KUiKXittoi: and the sawdust giantpowder may h,'*i be expressed In tigTires. em.bradng.ew York Press.Ihr : rI
+ U a. in. JuJ eA. U. IH'tuut,
: ?" ,, Siie forty years ago the average
r 1 1I
f. I ,. Mdin;. "';"'11/'::;('. jo'i are a wan tiling.! I number of suicidewas in Sweden one Peach Imp.
"Yes, Indeed," said he. Il"s Love
: The prircipal aud l only c: dons 'art> the! littlest bit's irel.lp ': to every !'.;'UI) inhabitants in Itussia! I Crab nets and fishing '
: the old! earth: wily It does stem as if one to every :IJo.iiiO inhabitants in the has a complexion like a I'cach. |I t'11 i A ( t 'l/ .
: trial was that of Win. I tackle to suit at
}i' l"11ltato': "That's so replied! her oval; "it's everybody,
.i we ought; ti> know. Perhaps i\e coal l ; one to every 15/xM inhabitants '
1'1. -.i colored preacher, who i is guard against: things butter if we know and in the great cities like bound to fail. the Willis Hardware Co's. i t

.i' .i with stealing a hors what t,) tTp'-tt. i London and St.> Petersburg, one to ev- ---- A.M.
"r, ,11. 1ear. The chauceti'nre '' tr> :lIWMJ inhabitants. It is plain that
.i, for the defence had just RO
,, ,. .. if you knew to expect: you we wade a dismal showing: even then THE GARFIELD ICE CO'ri.; I ;
"I' } : their te-timouy when couit : wouldn't MiM-p, u wink[ afterward. Your In I'lunce, chosen for illustration: be I i - ,- Ql .
f !. I".'! adjournment at noon. !head: wouM l.e 1i:1.: .} with the wlldet.iplinlifiMfii. eau-e it offers the nio,.t startling! reve iI, ASK YOUR GROCER FUR14Jjjj Thos. C. Watson & Co., ... ...
: Your would l-e Lt.oijs.: Mr. styles found for
ears every:
I j the leading Real! Estate take
{1' i : Inforinatioiis will b3 I Agents
vtrnhii-d: to cati-h the hollow ('rash that It->,''Un> inhabitant.- during the sears II :ill\ the worry off the shoulders of the R TAURUT T I
\ I I
II "j1 I" alternoonaaint: Ed \ foretold the end of everything. You'd 1'11 to 'J5 fj suicides from 1SI-J to owners of property manage the' =
} or.
I iI .... I I I R' u-aault I with intent t u: L t f\\ Buck Wfb-ter for hi., liwiy the orut.. You'd have n sulphur !. !>suicides from 1s" to 1tiw;:; 15 ! ...
i+:( I hr Whitaker: l- the negro who 1'1'11'\1' and a I.-i\a cellar! anda from 1>70 I.' 1"'''i 17 suicides, in 1VO i I Their tiously as they would themselves ;i -
t kill In* wife at Century steel umbrella: tLat would! shed! chi ] :21 suicides: in 1'1 '-J and in 1'': :2'X charges: are very reasonable -?

r. :', I l' Ittl Wrtiddtll.CHANCE. lrs.. oh, ,cola d enjoy your inside j I'roni Kv'j:: to IX* the proportion of DAILY MENUS a':
knowletlce: tlon't think""George suicides In Uelgiuiu: has augmented 721'er :

V : ( ; ; I'm n..t coins to suggest: cent. Pru.da! 411 per cent, in Austria Compri all tt<* I"I\, i :
r _. I OF I an.UhhiK; s"rii>us n ai:1. You make liS* per (cent in Sweden and Denmark Hotel Camden Date Dishes tiie!; :Mar >
li ht of .\111 in iimi A
tf ,i: ;; had j 72 per cent and 3T; per cent respectively ket3 of the WorldAfford. "
t was a hole bored down into tin earth q
/1 'l | I ifar and in Trance 31 per cent.St. l.IHJX1.1)1.: .\, .
F-; : : 1111,; Tii whom it uuy concernI I I LIi1 enough to enable us to know w bat's'going Louis Star. q. .
down there
I' I t } : I lie\ h a re sold our bit ,: ".\ud vn I suppose when you found out i It Xredrd.: Is Now Open to the Public, .'

I+ 14 and ,god-Will to .. )'ml'ol pull the hole tp and fold it away 'lie has devi-vd something new in Ladies' Private ::
ii 1t't 1t Green, Watson tj- Co. \; for future use?" I r.utomobiling. I understand." under the management .

!! ,1 e: !l.t.\ bespeak for them a \i "<; "tnre, I'm not {;joins! to say an -Oli, Ji-s. indeed lie is so extremelyprosressh e Sar4E AND tEECT.VE PREPARATION THAT Dining Parlor.,* ::
othl'r01'.1 to you.-Cleveland! Plain I 'e that he has an automuLiIetIlbulalll'e CAN BE USED WITHOUT COOKING MRS. S. MIMS ..
mince of the liberal ..
t ; \ Dealer. I I1I1..1'f' follow in his wake whenhe AAe GIVES C3U 8VCU"S.6$PTS1K3 OTHEA ,
''i and OnsC ATE 9eCSTxlfl cNSAE9 APPEAL SA>iCJ Cf If* -- ..
age confidence \ .
: i; l'l.Irching.-Chlcago l'o t.Al'tlftl'l.J. of Penacola, Florida.

l: I, !ti I fore bestowed upon \I "I shall not J agate you r>n .another. cent:" ,, Regular Dinner Daily. :'

J.I I.t:; ;: <: They are gentlemen \ p\pulmeJ| the father to his spendthrift "h the sid,-how ready to open'" RATES REASONABLE; ; -- ..

; "'\ ji : lint worth, and u'e ""n. You are an ungrateful worm of : asked the barker, sticking his head Into By the Day, Week or Month.! ...
'I the du- fully \recomlll nd j I /
Table Furnished with the Beat the
The son realized that these were'harsh Hllwl. Night or Hay a .
I' 'No, replied the manager; "we can'tfind Market Atfords. ;
J your consideration. !I words to come from his own par- the sacred cow's hump."-Ohig I 11II.

l ; Ji. HALLWAY $ eat but he merely said: :State Journal. I Public Patronage Solicited.Free -- a,-
"Yes, father but the worm could be I The Best Laundry Starchon I If lf, Hom tblQGQfxl hit A,
/ you 'Uh,you'll : jl at
; We have more comfortable If It bad more dust." J Shake Into Your Shoes the Market. Sample R')oms. I. M;.
l l ; Ohio State Journal I
Jh i Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It l I Nick Apostle'sPopular J:
L1 stock and Sunday Rates Made to Traveling .
; 4 Messrs. Halliday Too Contlr Far Him. cures painful, smarting, nervous feet NO BOILING NECESSARY.The Men I II I
( "Yes said the man who likes to l.e and ingrowing nails, and instantly Restaurant. J?

: and secured their old. in sty I... "I'm /going to move to a town takes the sting out of corns and bunion only Starch Manufactured i I 1'.1

t ters, oIt IS 0.';. 3J and 3o whore they do not wear panama hats." !i i"That'll j :. Ifs the greatest comfort discovery in the South ( / OVERNOR'S ISLAND, N. II JJ IJIIIJIII 11\ :
I VT H., July 8,1S92.-!Healed !
i. vl Palafox street, be rather an "expensive way theI i j I of the age. Allen's Foot- Help Build up a I in triplicate, for furnishing forage / U )1)\) 111!\) b1+ y1+ 'IiJ .
from fad, remarked
will add several get away a Ease cakes tight or new shoes feel and straw required in Dept. of
I listener.: j j"Not I els\: it is a certain cure for sweating the East, during year ending June I I !
} i ments and keep up the as penslve as buylc a real : callous and hot, tired aching SOUTHERN INDUSTRY.Lay 30, 19)3) will be received here and at I will repair your watches! J an'
( plete lines carried by Panama" remarked the other.-Clncln- feet. Try it fo-tfay. Sold by all places indicated in instructions issued Jewelry In first-class style
i druggists and shoe stores. Don't hereunder until 12 Btephens.S
si'kiif nail Commercial Tribune. m., August I
We respectfully accept any substitute. By mail for 7, 19 1'l. U. S. reserves the right to...
r! j '}; continuance of the Proof PoiltlTe. 25c. in stamps. Trial package FREE. reject or accept any or all proposalsor by buy I. n J
Address, Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, thereof. Information Save S b1olly
i'' t1 th "Looney Is no Judge of human nature any part
) 1 patron age given furniture
X. Y.
,r; i I at all." | the dust. 1ou can buy I furnished on Application. Envelopes your :
Respectfully, "Why do you say that?" containing proposals! will be endorsed at Marston $ QuiVi'S
1 t Garden hose the
garden hose at the Willis "Proposals Forage and

GllEBA.JTSO.V "He has such
+ I sublime faith la him-1 I II StrawatJOHSSIMPSON Great Furniture Empo

1 I self.:"-Indianapolis_ _News.. j Hardware Co's. Hardware Co. A. Q. M. O. IOjJt&5o2t rium. .

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