The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
July 19, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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


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

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Pensacola evening news


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bottle of Teruna he seems like a different New York July IS.-Bjrtlfe arrest; I i i !1 I : !

.... .... ,..... '.. .... ..... .. ." ......, man."-Ilcmulus Z. Linney. of George G. Corey in Paterson. Putnam | : I : (I I ; "'
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: ; j: 'onressman: A. T. Goodwyn, Robin county: X. Y., the postal authorities I j:i I '
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son >prln-, AU., writes: I have now ]
used one i ,ttle II f Peruna and am a well career of an alleged daring swindler t .
man t..lly.-\. T. (;ontwyn.r. \those operations ale alleged to have j : t

S. Senator \\'. X. Roach from Lari- extended from this country to England |j : i I

r' more, N. D., writer.:' 'I have u-ej Pe and France and who has stolen nsi: J| 1'
runa as a toniIt has greatly helpedme less than JJM.tmrt.; ( ( Corey was ar I j ( I
in strength, visor:: and appetite." rested by Po Inspector M. H i I I I i

('onre;<;;man II. >V. Opden! from Hen-, Boyle on a \\.irraut I issued by United I i 1 t I 1.
ton, La., writes: "I can con;;tntiouFly States: Commissioner Shields chars I ;: If r''}1 : {t I
I II I I .:" recommend your 1'1'rnna.-1l. "'. ing him with using the mails for fray I : i i I ':: :
I O:: len. dul..nt purl.oses. ,
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t Congressman II. AV. Smith from ltnr- It ''s tht belief' of the postal authorities I ; :
I f :::: pliyt-lioro, 111., writes: "I have taken that the piisoner I is identical! I If ; -: !\!

one Inittlu of IVruna fur my catarrh andI with Cluuies Corey, whose success; ir t 1 l'
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f.d'lr much henefitet1.-tiro. ;
i I I 1C. persuading the members of the Core; ij
== = :, Smith. lanaly all over the country to advance t I : : ;If t

,, ;;,...'. Congresman David MeekUon from him $40.iii'l I on the pretense that he i ': isE

j' .. Napoleon, o., writes: "I have used would! i piaer! them in possession of an i 1 I|! : i
... .. several bottles of I'cruna and feel greatly estat. in England worth $40.t/lIh).. 'i 1 i
,I ; .. benefited thereby from my catarrh of rtttt' t<> n.iticc. I I tcin'v I i ; I
the li .ail."-1>4id >ft-i'ki!>on. In I1' t! ; t tI !
; "NIII'.y is said to haveannortr 'I
xL St-nator Mallory, nf Pcnsacola, Tla., t ,1 !h ivwa" a great praii'is] !! i '

-:"\ writes: "I have used jour excellent of John L'alP., and that, as- his111' i 1 I
\ Peruna and have { / : < ( I I
remedy 1 ;
he was thi u'i o.;ur'i of large tiact <) ; '
both as a tonic and a safe catarrh rem I ,
Of land 11, Pit" R1.-I l WfiUht'-ti, i l : S I
ed ."Stephen R. Mallorv. cotisti-x lis! i't.! '.- Ira which In. i i; ,. r ; ; I ;
Senator M. C. Butler, ex< )vcrnf>r of leged to have |I'l'd'IHled to pu-'e>-. ; I

.' South 'arulina, writes: "I ran recomrm By. :!,:'..atz! iat\ lit- Would! entortc III. I t I
ml IVruna fur dyspepsia. and stomach clair.1- units! l.iicht off. hv is bail! I ; ] ;
trollbll.-f. C. itttt1< r. ( I
to lit!\ \' iilitauu i l"I11tll'ra.I"! Minis olsn ,,
-- '1CO.GRE55MAN Senator A\'. V. Sullivan from Oxf.mlr
!1l; -,y frau thi oc'upanlof farms ir \
MUs.; writes: "1 take pleasure in nc ; .
: .. that "ci.ll 1 He is: ali 'red to ltarbees .:: : "
.. nurenrliug! your great nutioiidl catarrh
J. B CROWLEY.m tiiKar'-d; in vviitir-K a (letter to a':
\ cure, 1'iruna, as the beat 1 I have evertrial. '
fru-er whey the: all t "t weirailo.: Inspeaor
.. : -AV. V. Sullivan. ;
I Boyle! Says he bound aIat:
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Congressman from Illinois writes chei fllkd J with toi'Vs: of Reads to I ) : i t ,
/; / ley, Xeh., w rites: Peruna ntm ly relieved .
the Piflf: I. Iat3 h. this country and! : i i ; i
r '., i ,ion ing praise for the great catarrhs tonic, f hureton.miof a very irritating cuugh.-J. M. the Corry estate lit England.r :1 j, i t

.: I Congressman If. G.AA'orthfagton from < .
i a fair trial I can cheerfully recommend I Net ada, w rites: "I have taken one bottle he wa- not a swindler but that th.' !

,i\. .,11.ring with coughs, colds and la grippe, of IVruna and it has; benefited MO (eetat t. actually existed and they werrwroth i : I ri
iumx'nscly-I. G. AVorthington.Congressman not l less:; than $lflet'nlluu( H,' I | i, : ; i u
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in Liu'low
up sager jail. I"!
Howard from Ft.l'aynrn : !
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;;-y.: ukcn a number of bottles of Peruna o Ala., writ'.*: "I have taken IVrnna for l'

,', .... f' la *, and I take' In : ; | i !
u* trnu' It has proven a strong tonic and /'Ist.t. KririM I'leaSUrP TlOCllrn- IVORY CITY tt

;.r iheth, recommend it."...J. B. mending IVnina as an excellent rem : 1 1i !! 1 1 'I{f
CIO1'LE1'V ;'->f. AV. Howard! t .
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:1 i > :can!: ha.i i I It I is exactly a* (' : ; ''I
!! Conzri'-sman AVUlH Pre"er from TO BE SOLD 1
i.1: 'r..111 men *ay-: "I't'runlI.:1 -\v if t and euro remt i !: l Si
llayiH-sville\ Ala., writes: "I haveutdone I I II
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couh- grlpinaiid
forty cdy ;
( 'Ixittlc of IVruna for lasMUu', I ; i f i i
1 il l it and !I It Is exci-l-' 1
catarrhul: ii''iplamts. an .
aiul 1 take 1.It'asure in commendin;n !, .1 l '
Secia to The
r .'manit) !lent mmrdy in all nervous troubles. :tit.-AAilll.-.UrMver. Daily News: I
si.-ain.-t 'I tail, powerful i| Lliuiltstou. S. C., lui> is.-Circut ?; ( ) j i I ; ; i ;
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.. .1 i public toI1K> an(1 a ulina; cure" Tlli3 1S WHit factory nvults from thf -eof IVruna, Judge Gage has signed an onift! fd: 'k'c:I t ;

i i; \\.Ib.M 1I11l-tlul1.. of the I ....or..mall (.row 1 t'Y says, and this i'< I i i I write at oncito 11r. Hartman, pivin? a the sale of the exposition buildini'-! j;i j ;

''d'" faintly I 1\\| hlt toUfcaniU) of other people are eayfor I I full .tnlf'lIwnt of jour ca,e and he will 1 and pro'uties and the receivers will; !; : t
II in their uciehinSal over the t"nil..l Slall'. I IK (ilea-iil: to ;give you his: valuable l ad-p endeavor to wing up the affairs of the ;( : 1 ,

-itatc" in public 1'.n rl'i\"mlIl KomnlusLmneyfrom wire gratis.r tompaii.v in such a way that the ue'i' :; j

.|>I>rcciatum and !ITa) 1..r-\iu >, NT. .i 1.. vnui V seer ** I Adds':,i I>r. llurlman, l'rl'-id"nt! 'it !flora will get a proportionate share ut I ,, i ;

:. ai--tof H10.1.TU t:iry bad' a ca-o of catarrh as I I The II art mail banitarmm, Columbus, the proceeds.Thre i '
!li-vt-r saw', and since ho has: taken one Ohio. was a stormy heaifnij in the ; i i,j > ;I
court. and so many Interests arc II ,! ;
invoheJ that practically the entire : i ; i

bai of Charleston i is concerned in the
Green Watson & Co. MERRILL'S DEAD lUi;ation. The assets of the compa'ny. J i I : j

which are not very valuable, will! } t : I

BODY FOUNDto be sold at public auction on Jully 31 'j, I J: 't! I rI !

t l.;; \I.UD\Y>> A (')':. 01.1)>> :sTAM: ). and there. .I is much.... cuiiouj interest_... toknow ,1 1 i I : 1 :l : '_f,
what will be done with the vari fj i ij :
ous buildings. J [ j : II
} to The Daily Nt WS. I
T I 1.0 I'RWg1.1: -: Continue- all Departmeuts. We I The treasury department at Wash I I ;; l : 1
Salt! Ill, Oi .. jily, IS.-Tin' ,..main, "
i.tend: to reduce! rtock. If you will call and examiner of David Merrill ... > Ington has undertaken the task of pay. I ; I(I : t : !
'. I "cajn tl convict, ha\IC sag out the $lr.IJ.hOO< appropriated Iv.
t. convinced that you can save: money by ptircln-iug been delivered ; Jo
at the Oregon peni.! ;; i i
.,',., federal government in aid of the I I II, 1 i
t< ntiai
aft.' i
> r Mug brought here !h>' df-fumt corporation. This plan'as' l .
:Mis. Mary \Vasgoaer. who found tli! ponicvthat of a surprise to the expo-i. ; j i ( r
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'(01)' near fhehalis. : i i .
Warden Jam rs tion people, inasmuch a? it is sold o! the Olr?ui. prrh: ,'nfiananl : : 'J
!'I"n" i K called one ol! f { had alt.tdy fiiriiroi! on dis i
In li,7O!) jiinK ) )IMiuilk''iill.ii
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.. prison ma-: I ad!llie:! tnliiitiL.: this inoiii ; ,
II"N (*iiighauis. fMiUH'. l'Il'.1I1t Trout ('1111"1'. > litt tied in tht ?i. I II{
11:1 'n o-ru< r. !'>' \,',"i
.' !:: sold for 10, 12'':! aud !",: pet I I'.t ( er I:.nL'y. : BULLETLAYSOUTLAW ,
wiii .. .. .. 10 lOP :: :
.y and Tuesday' give yards 75COrjrandies tlrs V. 'c' It:. r na'.e! a formal cl-j! J : :

natal H"t.: "h i ( till I I.. .. for the r-

Figured; Imported Dimities, Madra1, Lace ward l or |1.Sort.' jj|'. Let |w lined t \ LOW ,: ",
|iathe same off*'ruitf her $:rii''t'' fu : ti
Stripe, Figured Lawns; etc. I
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noiiblt .it.d txixr.Ei.! and e\ia.i| i Ii
IP that the Special to The Daily N rs-. : < : '
.. ; reward could only l b<: / '1 :.l.
rly old for 2iJ 2 and :r
.... I i.r: .. .. . .. .>. . .>2. per. . :yard. .. ., 12'ocyard paid tor the rapture of the (convict Columbu., Oa.; July l1*.-KandaJ. ; ; ; i
and! that she had not captured Merrlil. :McLendon alias Randall David a no :
!!. but hart merely found his dead gro desperado who hat been defvins ,, j / t v I
c.: LIt'any' Wash Shirt Waist in Store fort body by cuii'nt. :Mrs Waggoner the city and county authorities for''': !: ,!' I 1 I I. 1

refused the amount offered and made 4S hours, during which h": fired repeatedly -, ; f

a formal written demand for the full!! at officers, although without |I : : f
45c. -: reward to be presented to lovtrnor effect: was run down yesterday: afternoon ; |! {, !

Geer. at Bull creek: east of the city I d t Ii: 'II
One by. Deputies C. A. Smith and Frank': |; ? '
Lot Slightly Soiled Corsets, 15 and 30c each Egyptian Sphynx Rapidly Decaying. Reese I : fI fIj I ,i.i' f !
New York. July IS.-D. G. Long. He raised his pistol to shoot and i i ,
T.iere: are some J2.W Corsets in this Lot) worth, of (Cairo who Is I \
Just now !in Smith fired to charges of buckshot: |, i :
It England brings the warning that tha into him, while the other officer shot I I I ; 1
III SaYou Honey to Buy BLANKETS while Egyptian Sphynx is rapidly decaying, him with a pistol. He lived several i f; I 'f I
cables the London correspondent ot minutes. I I
This Sale Is On. The Tribune. It will rot now, he McLendon had been charged with I H"f !
says be able long to withstand the assault with intent to murder his I I : : I

altering climate of Egypt, due to irrigation wife. H8 was chased by the police t : ;

of recent years. to the city limits several times, but : A

GREEN WATSON would stop as soon as he crossed the : : t I
& CO. DANCE FRIDAYAT line. The posse chased him 10 miles 1 J( i t I

---- in and about the suburbs before getting '

nl!; \ -- I MACNOLIA BLUFF him. David formerly lived IcMacon. : "'f I

rQ. "weuiher makes the Marston $ Quina carry I

;; ':/{'. You can buy the largest line of matting The Ivy Club will give a dance at ,A 1, ,I
The of
Saving a Few cents on bottleof
a ;
( :rtf Bluff
I.f Lawn.Mowers Magnolia Friday evening, July j
any Gr" rugs, window shades, etc., 25. Train leaves the depot at 8:30 p. Vanilla Extract will not atone for i

W., r. 'Shears from the in the cityWe lay our m. Tlcket.2icents. jlitf the annoyance of baring dessert! : i,
:":' # IwareCo's. I that U "just a little off" in flavor. e
matting free. Try the NEWS Want Column. Always buy Burnett' I :


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fAN MILLIONS IN FAR EAST I II general rule the saying holds true. The BY SEISMIC SHOCKSTown "on
_pj I OCEAN I fire is unseen hidden, but the ascending Leer

IL smoke makes its presence undoubted.

L To NEW YORK, BOSTON Great Railroads to Be Constructed F Similarly! you of Bunder Abbas Is Beer stored
AND ALLEASTERN 1 I. can argue

RESORTS In China. E eruptions of the Wrecked by 'Quake. and
> skin to corrupt maturingtill
blood. You

I F VIM ttr.Q\\\\\ L\ \V f40,000,000 1 IS TO BE EXPENDED) see the blood, but GOVERNOR'S HOUSE COLLAPSED. mellowedand

i the pimples, boils,
f STEAMSHIP COMPANY: etc, which mar the
OCEAN LOW RA :*-SumioKt'ikMiE I SteeJ Rails Will Span Land of the Celestials I skin surely indicate impure Population, Panic-Stricken, Rushed tc ripened

30 Hours of Ocean fdreaxes From Hankow to Canton, a -I I blood. For this reason the the Sea Beach For SafetyFearedthat into wholesomeness is
WeeK J medicine which cures these "on
p Sailings each Distance cf Nine Hundred Miles. surface blemishes must cure Destruction on Kishm Island

it, .3 from Savannah Ca. J Gigantic Undertaking. 'II ;; 1ff them through the blood. Has Been Great. lager." All Anheuser-Busch

I J III Dr. Pierce's Golden Med-

..Ti* UramdilM..... ,.of..,.HIM...,.0r1 copular Mn"1JteImrnl.aratdnnM ... "..;....Orrf J New York, July 18.-U is learnJ ical Discovery purifies the Bombay July 18.-A severe earth beers are thus "lagered" until
'1 delightful runicinfi nKvinr< t.< .1" _.,. blood, removes the waste
l in rnjuMiipntBirotu ad *,iiitlitTii I'oint 'J a.Loft from an authoritative source says TheI I quake shock was experienced at Bun
rail journrv to !-nviiiir ab and !u bvunblriHil. J Y and poisonous substances for
i ,+ mil" air to Ni-w "ar1.A -- I Journal of Commerce that tentative 'r Hi which corrupt h, and thus der Abbas Persia at 7:30 in the mONo perfect use.AnheuserBuschBrewingAss'n.

,. roe. H.Tt.. .....u..o,,; .0..*T'- J diseases
1 .P.'T To | arrangements have been made fo: II IJ cures which originate lug of July 9. It lasted 3 or 4 minutes
1 a .., '-lklII..Act.. ,.......... n.. J placing $40,000,000 In bonds which I |j in impure blood, such and was followed by lighter shocks
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k It.lwkMI TlriHtcM boils pimples salt.
I *. ., .l..nd And,Ju1"II.EIa.l ) : the American China Development company as All the chief buildings suffered.
II II rheum, tetter, eczema,
fIri1Ta T The house partly collapsed !. St.
governor's Louis U. S.
;! has been authorized to Issue by 11 II sores, and other painfuland
disfiguring diseases. and the customhouse was de Srtvtrt ef the fameas Budwclser. Mlekelob, Stuck 6 Tan, Fauit
decree of the Chinese '
1 >TEIIAL KHKNCll: SCHEDULE ;, Imperial gov- i I "Golden Medical Dis- stroyed. The whole population was Pale.Laur, Standard Export Pale and EzquUu: *,

_" eminent. covery" also increases the panic-stricken and flocked to the sea DmHEISSER BKOS.. Wholesale Dealers IViuuwI, Ha.

t !t Following is the schedule of the j These bonds are for the purpose of I activity of the blood-mak- beach for safety but only one fatality -

a governmentsteametoeneralFrencht completing the railroad between Han- rrich ing glands, thus increasingthe was reported. The shocks arebelle'ed -
which THE NEWS prints for the kow and Canton. It will be a matter [ supply of pure blood, Sound kidneys are safeguards with Rubber hose, all Si ;, .. nf
I Kishn
t benefit of the merchants who ship in the red corpuscles of health."It to have originated at life. Make the kidneys healthy I. .

I their goods to the various army ', of several months before the bonds ,: gives me much pleasure to testify to the island whence loud detonations were Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold<< by W. A. the 11\ lillS Hardware t'o's.

posts: can be engraved and ready for deliv. '' merits of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Disco distinctly heard at Bunder Abbas.It D'AIemberte, 121 South Palafox I : street. .
," writes Miss Annie Wells, of Fergusuras PynyBalsamQtopsthTlrk'T .
Leave Fensacoln.. .... .... ..... 7'Xl a. m. 'I cry, and it is hardly considered probable ] rrv Wharf. Isle of Wight Co.,V "I can honestly was feared that the destructionat IIdQaicIJJ VI lnflftmmajnp Jjj Qg*',. ir
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d Leaves Karrancna. and candidly that it is the grandest medicine ever
that the transaction involving their Kishm has been A few
Leave* 1'iekens .._. ... .... t-i I.J a. m. | compounded for punfying the blood. I suffered heavy. .A I"Jl You will have
1 Leaves RarrnucaM__ ..._ ":I5 a. m. sale will be completed within a year terribly with rheumatism and pimples on the years ago an earthquake at Kishm pride CM t;
Leaves Frntacola .., .... .... ..10:15;i a. m. skin and swelling in my knees and feet >o that tr.Q flower gardens if they ar .
There is then little indication of killed hundreds
fore J of people.
Arrives Unrranms 11U aa. m. and tlicn ;, I could not walk I spent about twenty dollars own ground. Your hu;;bat 3 .-
makes a trip to tortMcKee and tbeo r.- any very active physical work in the paying doctors' bills but received no benefit A rule. signature on every box of iueUxativc genn'we home, and he can do u w

9, tarnb to Harranctts ISarrancrts.LfBVB .. ......... 1.1"; p.m. completion of the new road under the year or two tanks ago I and was I reading decided one to try of Dr.your Piercr'sGoIIrn Memorandum Earthquake at Malone, N. Y. I BromoaQuinineTabletsa may think! w _

; : i Leaves Pa-kens .. .. ... .. l:2 p. m. direct stimulus of the bond issue.It Medical Discovery and Favorite Pre Malone, X. Y.. July 18.-A distinct the rtiuedy that cores a cold In one day> Every WOlllahe want a :
Leaves nacola ... .... 4:.:11> p. m. : and am entirely cured."
i 1 Leaves Pickrns ...... 5:15 p. m. cannotbe. learned whether th-j ,:i scription.1 substitute for Golden Medical earthquake shock was felt in :Malone t own, and if she will hav> ii' 'of

i Arrives hKrrancns 5u: p. min. and makes entire issue of bonds will be taken iri I Accept no There is nothing justas I this morning at 5:25. It lasted about MimVlKKHT. Thus. C. Watson & Co..
i trip to McKee and return. Discovery '
i On Wednesdays and :Saturdays the this ountry or whether European sub- ; good" for diseases of the stomach ,,10 seconds. Many person'e.-eI The undersigned take;;this method leading Real Estate A '

i' boat Will leave liarranca via l'ick- i I script ions will be united.! It is co'i :, blood and lungs I awakened by the rumbling and the .)f :Dfferiuir her services as a can show her how easy

ens for Penaacola at 6:30 p. m. i suit-red! inobablt however that the is i ii Dr. Titrce'8 Pleasant Pellets regulatethe rattling windows. I first-cla*4 licensed midwife, having I one.

The General French i is for bowels. I had 35 years experience.Can .
army i sue will have an international ('ha:- .
i best of references from Buy a new gardeleadwi t.;
r only and outsider must I ;:
any I
purposes the hoard of directors of tlr
as I
I arter I
fl I The Same Old Story. { physicians of this city.
i I + have a pa-s from the quartermaster I from the Willis liar
American China A BORE.
elopineut cunip' ilKS. M. OlDDEN
o take pa.-fasrfe o 1 her. : 1 J. A. Kelly relates an experience ,
J4 ,
: ry has foreign members. The ne:. jltf 111 South DeVilIiers St. I Company.
!' I always! dread Ms! visits; he similar to that which has happenedin
.ssarj funds with which to h -gin the :
Is what you'd call an awful bore. in the
almost neighborhood
irl: STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE : practical work ot building the first | lIe talks of course; that's why you see every
I! section of the road! were stibsciilu-J I'm sore. United States and Las been toM) and
t b>' the stockholders! some months ao retold by thousands of others. lie
Df'twf'f'n 1''n'ula aced 'litnn-brat I He Is not stupid In some war; "Last I had attackof
and wire dt'JllIsit"l"ith the J. 1'. : ,, says: summer an
He swell Informed, I have to \\"n.
KurtM "aily I.Ntept !Sunday. dysentery" and purchased a bottle ofChambprlam's
1 i Moi&an & Co. i i But G \Ing him just to much rraise
"CITY OF TAMPA." The lands iHII'.1| I groan Colic Cholera andDiarrhoea
new are a gold ;
a Remedy which I used ac

Lv Milton ":';:' am I.vlVn'.acOla,l:!\11 ipiii bearing interest at the rate of :3 per' lIe know all sorts of things no doubt. cording to directions and with entirely I
Aricnaa.olakslant Ar Milton. 5: Hound *li.'i. He really docs nut talk about ( TEETHING POWDERS)
: trip. i i important feature of the enterprise is J controlled much quicker than former
I I tie large amount of supplies whicn Them much. attacks when I used other remedies." I BLACK STRINGS, Ark ,., L'
I Rer.. W. Jerrr.r Arkaniiu Methcdlit Corfprenr .irntt:) '"llIrldlnd: \liftcentsl"r; i'f r
- 4 will bt required. It has been authoritatively But he will talk for hnurx and hours Mr. Keely is a well-known citizen of t"OJ'6Ct".slr kTEETIIIWe wonder how ire have tallied rhiltlrrn*about it. Tht nhireoBn
THE COAL TOWER. About himself In quite a glow, Henderson N. C. For sale by all .nt u. a pwka "and It atamust opportune time;oar babe....s ia Icnuni >n>. <
-- stated that the bulk of I been in bad con'lition' for days and nothitiK t&at we gm did any gn( "(t
And at himself of flowers.He'll
tki bouquets druggists and medicine dealers.Foley's rrrfwt relief and he bu bad no limber troable. Other members tot the t.1ll1'il bare need it I +.
%Il It Can Ilandlrotoniatlrallr Tno contracts for such supplies will be throw been a perfect..acceoLIBOYS

llnndrrd Toast uf Coal an Hoar. placed in this country, this being the :
I I Ills own opinions lax or Ftrl-t. Honey and Tar
The device of Bostonian cheapest market
a ,
,'oun:; a
Ills feelings and his point of view Poyou wlsb to make a i
graduate of the Massachusetts Institute I The railroad is to he virtnally a Remorselessly he will inflict cures colds prevents pneumoniA and GIRLS!T money duiIng I spare mso. .

of Terhnoiosy, promises to rexolutlonize I continuation of the Lu Han linp. the I II On you. II .you can readily do
i lag our Blueine. 40 pr teat, commission on all i-alri. An Indlbpcntatile ai
,1 the niethudn c>f baiKlIiu coal I objective point of which Is Hankow, I "I wills." "I won'tl'l." "I amp." "I'm note," If you want a nice present to giveto hnusrhnldu.N. Ktvry lady UUtllgbted 'fI ht-n they see It. Cm* fbrt-t niakfKluf i .
Jn large quantities. It has been employed which has been aptly described as i friend and look through the -utter you ever used in the KS-IJ. Write Icdsb..rurI'" your territory J' "t
t 1 thInks just make my choler rise. a go sotueoaerlseandarwill send by rHurn triad' one dozen parkagrs ot "fill''n!.''
8 in lioston for unlo.ulin coal the" Chicago; of China." Although: '! I hate a man who never dots elegant line of suitable articles at When you bay sold them return us "Dr., retailing the Italanrv. 4U<>., as your

I largos rued coaling H'ani : j A l Irfhh ( :
: > ft
< < HJttNMAM'FACiritlNG ( O. l rir. Iii Hot Ii l. 1'lnla I'a
p a some little tints and met with such fat Hanjans I kv the Han river and from 'I'| Monotonously from his belfRy ; something to please you. If you
in the Diamond line
want anything
"or xxlien rei-eutly shown in London Wu Chang, which is the capital of ;, ring always the Fame old chimes..

that emu of the iiijrlmi'xas iiiiiuediatclx the province, by the waters of thE'I I]I I like to talk Sometimes.about myself be sure to see him before you buy. ROYAL STANDARD \\VllISliH\

M't11' on the balks of the Yang T.SP. Hankow constitutes, with | Chicago News.

4. Thames and four others are new under Its neighboring! cities one great I IF YOU ARE

conMructiuii fur use iu Kn;:lNhjiorts. I ter ot population numbering consider-cen'l j I l} Cold and Coinnmptinn.Tr. i I 8 Years Old, in Casts of 4 Fall Quarts, at $3.20 per cut

; liunce a Russian medical man
9 ably over.uoonw1 souls. But when a' LOOKING FOR BARGAINS
i The oM fushioiied' way of loading proposes to establish a sanitarium fur

end unlu.idiiig coal eallo fur a small railroad! has reached Hanknxv at a ooimumptives in the i polar regions. lie ___ I 1 fl'HiS WHISKEY is distilled at t NelonCJL -
l distance of some \030:;; miles from Pt'hln.i K '., Distillery and i is fully nurur d in w I
of with shoxeN. Lin kitpxbich has observed that the members of
Ei ; Army men a exploration .
f It has barely traxeiesed one-half thbreadth .! For the next ten days I will sell before bottling. Jt is absolutely I pure and u -/
i tf I : teas hoisted over a pulley and a parties returning from the of the
of China from north to south. celled i'i quality by anyhl"'kpy sar
I procession of xxheelbarroxxs l>etxxe''ii I polar regions are always in perfect you any article now in stock at a no matter where: produced. The Royal S'is
3 is this
It at point that the American
r i the "hoist" fwd tut dumping plai-e. I5y health owing to the purity of the air discount of 2", cent from the i eight years old when bottled, and, coi
'hina Pexelopment will take 1 per regular -
6' the nexv inveniioii a "coal toxxer" il.] I company and complete absence of all harmful its excellent quality, is the cheape-t! w

+ t''11 ,. Kansas with luiulxx-ork altcetlnr.The up the work of (construction continuing microbes. In the polar regions bronchitis II I price. Think of it-you will the market at that price. As a beveraj;;' .'

$ f'1! rtial tower i is a tall! framework j thp road from Hankow, or. more !larjnjritls influenza and other saveliion diamond ring or pin I an absolutely pure stimulant, there M n.';

l cf fctcei orxood, with a Ion;; arm that properly( speaking, from \\'u Changon contagious diseases are unknown. I where at regular price it would cost Shipped in cases containing no marks w' .' .t

.b ? l extends alioxe the xessel that is dlschnrjrh ; the southern bank of the Vans T"e i two Bee ; you save :2;> cents on indicate contents. If purchaser, upon ''x
t i '! the whiskey, i is not satisfied with tin- .
southward! Canton.
) out side and over the to Connecting; dollar's worth buy. Now
+ :; on Foley's Kidney Cure purifies the every you I can return the same at our expense ,i.
1 Reamer or storehouse on the oth 'r. with the I.:i Han line under construction I'I diamonds I II
I blood by straining out impurities and is the time to buy your or will be refunded.

fA J' : 4. Along this aim there IUIH hark and hy a Ftelsian syndicate. and, ai-; ; tones up the whole system Cures |I, watch or any other article in stock All orders should be accompanied r .

+ a n forth, like a traxelms mine, a liuseLucket par.'ttly: having a. friendly understanding Call and examine tIGRTYEAUOLD currency, po.:toflice money order, bank dt 'I
t cheap.
11, a \ or ";;r.ip." coiistriu-tetl smue with the projectors of that ] kidney and bladder troubles. Sold by very money order. We refer to Flr..1 N -.-
W. .\. D'Alembertell:! South Pala- goods. Remember this offer is for Rank
what like the i fox street No trouble to show
IL cblno.Vluii it is empty, the luu-ket's the southein section; with a !great! only ten days.

r : Jaws fall iip-irt and It i I.* .!pix-il: down trunk road extending! from the capital i-'-- goods. J. I. BTKPHENrt, S. A. FRIEDMAN

t ( Into the! bold! of the Kit I 'c"'. \\ IwrIt to Canton the great port of the Chi. Three Greet Ith ..r*'
;k i .; loads itself autoi'i.-itii'iilh: with a ton or na I'pa. Oar tit the puzzles! jrwiirraiihy! Ila"

t, < more of eoal. 'Ir.ixelmr! swiftly] back; At 1'ekln connection will bp made been ti ii' .jiifstion\ of the situation cf The finet line of umbrellas in the ni !SOLE PKOPKIETOR, PENSACOLA!' Fi ,

3 to tlio Ji-. li.irdieinl: <_>f the crane. it with the Chinese imperial railway, the the Muircft and npH| |Hirtiotic of the city is at J. 1. Stephens'. Oo lookat

r dumps its !III1I"11111,1 letunis fur ii iii j northern arm of which joins with the three ;great rix 'r-s lluturlio. YanU-; them. 1'. o. BOX 4iH. TitKrii"\r: : I iNflffi IT'S
and McKmi'::. all ..v.liii-li start fr-'iij I 1SKEl
? t ltlwr.t' Manchurian branch of the trans.Sibed-
the lofty plateau Tibet. Txxn of the!
So powerful f is the tower and so rapt road from the neighborhood of New j{ wish best '"
an the
I rivers traverse 'lilnj; the Mekong // you very .! trI handle every class of Liqu!
1dy! can It !10" o\l"l'lh'.1 Hint it buiille eh\\ anI Diiect rail communication bulk bottle wholesale retail at .1'1z
j { makes I its tll the ice at the or or .
way sun cream freezer
f a.!!y an axenie IIi 'J(Ht tons of (' i will thus be provided between Cant'ut .\I IIII and Main. Thls'puzzlc h.i" lieenpartiiilly ,. are way
hour, tnixersimr feet lowest the Willis
; nn sexenty 1"1'J..Utlil.uintl I price
r j and the great capitals! of Ciirope. Th c-If.irc up by the c.i'lor.itiotiN : AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BELR
I+ t ) and I-'MI net horizontallywith I provinces to be traxersed 1 by the Am!'ri of tif! Captain Iv'z"lliliirin I i Hardware Co. can please .--
liiitkeiful! The
stray it earries.
f dean i line have a population twice as :: lni! I and ll_iil. ll 1k lll.\ih' jKixxtr us rlevtrlelly.Tlir you.
S id ''ti, |: great as that of the" United States an] the thn*. rivers fit WIn Miifin. of WICKE&CO.
---- .
> -- --
"- ,; __ ..-.' : rich both in agricultural! : Ar't
'- "40- are as an.lln the pl.ttoau.. 1'.IIl.) al">\o sea We will launder spreads for
Inn and the lliKhlnr."AVhon your
I xx-ealth The products of an impo"!. lexcl. nii'l aiv separated from one another : 15 cents each and make them loot
t ,- ill about their
men ( mpla
a tant coal mining region in the proving \ by (parallel ranges of niuuiitninsNiiii like uw. Star Laundry. Plumber Gas and Steam
hours of IaIN.rIId a railroad sujMrIntenilent Fitter
i of Hu Nan and othp.jE' nan.Is of local I about 3Mnj feet above the plateau ,
: the oilier day, "they arcs ,
traffic will 'require' construction ofhranehs : an-1 running in a irthxu"-t and j:
) .!. .
E Wont to exclaim that they luxe to i j Water coolers that do not

..J t (, L \ work like 1U'hill'o: .]<> ,"(..11ban I which will bring the total J,' southeast d.revtiou. I waste ice at the Willis i No. i South Palafox Street.
'-1t' length of line between Hankow and ,
'+ \' that is a1'1')' fallacious: com i All Kinds OL Plumbing; and Ga Fitting: Materials! Kept 'n H

) 1':1 ris,,". for few machines an workedmore I Canton up to about 9'll"t miles. No False Claims. Hardware Co.'s.'VEEILY ;, .":'," P fN"; S s,'ara atrvu A .'J 4 ,

1 r than t-i.'lit: In:urs a day and! the I From Canon it i is intended to extend The proprietors of Foley's Honey -

j" thavaluthc. ;: glory of the line to a point on the mainland and Tar do not advertise this as a SCHEDULE! !

i l 1 m\'lIlm i..111, to mx muni, seldom tl x-i I opposite Hone Kong a piece of construction "sure cure for consumption Th'y'' FOB STEAM DIVISION .A. JM.A: v-ery

: :r more than Eve hours work a day. extending over 13" miles do not claim it will cure this dread .

i "TUs fact sTuck rue v. lien I "a Itl1l' I which an Enel'sh: syndicate is unde- complaint in advanced cases, but do PKNSICOLA FLBCI lUG TElIM1NA:

other day tlut tln Itomotixi's of the I stood to be ready to undertake positively assert that it will cure in HAlLWAY COMPANY. :SUCCESSOR TO VERY 4 MLFOLK

: Pennsylvania: railroad: made nn iixerojre the earlier stages; and never fails to
Trains leave feaiacola for the Lllti i IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
'p ret-ord of ,'!'Jl!h1 milts each !last The superior man I is satisfied andcoiufwscd Rive comfort and relief in the worst Kayoa.Kig r.ayou WarrlDgtonN; Van
cases. I-'ole"s Honey and, "Jar is and fort barrancas at I
,fr year or less than li i miles a tlaxwhile .
; the is
; mean man always
.-c &S i without doubt the greatest throat and
tin axeraue run of this :\'t'Y'rl; i full of distress. Confucius.j "-.30 a.m.arrive at Fort Harrancai ':1&a.t HARDWARE.
i -
Inns r-'medy. Refuse substitutes.Sold arrive at Fort Karrancai 10:46
10uii a.m. a.ul
i .A Ontral Ui'c'iuotixe i > xvas :."SIIII; iI.'--, I
by W. A. D'AIemberte! 121:! South :)o p.m.arrive at Fort Barranoai l: 4p o I
i and the Waliash heatletl the list with j jttoo HI\\'.\1m .S1Un. Palafox street.Foiey's ID p. m. arrive at Fort Karrancai ':16 p c I I

i ,, ,r 4 .,;;,) milc'... while I.'hih'IIIII' en The reader of this paper will be ---- e:16p.mIrrlveatFort' arrive at Fort Barrancai Barraucai 8:48':OIIp n Iron, N ails. Axe. Shovels, Haw Mill and Steamboat
is )u p.m. p.o
4 r iI pines wxered only 2ri.: *>s1 rotes each. i pleased to learn that there 1 Nat lean Kidney Cure Trains ',n. Fort harrancai Pests i I Supplies, oola at Window Gla**, ; ;
1. $o it means It isn't so bad to IK nJocomotixe.

i j ."-Ncxv York Times i I one a* b dreaded;>en able to disease cure in that all its science, staler< nukes kidneys and- bladder- ri2ht. llKWp 7:15a.m.m.arrive arrive at at Kensacola Peciaeola: ___lltfp.B BOD: a. B I I Agate and Tinware ana lIoiisefurniHliiii: llaatLS. '(: ( .

T' ---_--- i Iud that i is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh i'jtn p. m. arrive at Pen&aoola_ I:" p.a .
An Kins i.r-ritit-i! .J.r..h. i Cure is the only positive cure now Pocket cutlery and scissors (:(tO p m arrive at retuacolt_ 6:44 >p n AOESH FOR BIRMINGHAM: ROLLING MILL COfI'y1J1
J,1 I Yes," slid the! mystical Asiatic "\\'1'bOI" : T:00p. m. arrive at Peniaoola_ I:4jp. : Stitched Em.*y
.tnown to tilt medical fraternity from the finest to .the Revere Giant Melting Northampton
fi '1 8:46! p. m. arrive at Feniacola.__ ( .Us.Halnrdaji a
to have our iK-opIe ciulizcd before I Catarrh being a constitutional disi only i Wheel Co., Liftin A Rand Powder Co., Johnson's K ilomine. -

.."U....... i Q'1se, requires a constitutional tr.-atiitnt. cheapest, at the Willis PABC FOK wall DATS.Peniaoola I = Iron King and Buck Stoves and Ranges!, Wi.

"That is NI ""U1't iu;:." ': < Hair Catarrh Cure i is taken Hardware Co.BANNER to tort Barrancai and more 4*. Coups;; & ("0:11. Raw Hide Lace Leather, Ma-ury

"It Is. W e hope in time to bring out t internally, actins directly upon the Pen'acolatoNary Yard and return.. IkPeniaoola Made Railroad Colors.

the car of Juggernaut on a !;trktlymOOt'rn i blood and mucous .*surface= of the I I to Palmetto ICHIDC51.Beach and raters lh1U9BAT Masonic Temple. $ Pensaeola) fl

i I system thereby destroyingthefaun SALVE .
basis and have it
operated by dation of the disease, and giving the the When weather permits the roonleg c --
electricity like one of your autouiobHts. moat healing selwi In Wv* works open coacbei.
patient strength by building tip the Leave Peniaoola Lv fort Barrio comPANY
g -Washington constitution anJ W. B. WRIGHT>>
e. star a-si-ting nature in t a. m, 10 a. .. :
a -- doing its work. The proprietorshave 11 a. m. is m !

o much faith in it* curative CASTOR IAFor I 1p.m. ip.m 7s
I A. R. Bass of :Morgantown, Ind.. had power, thattheyotTerOne Hundred Ip.m Ip.m Ip.m.. ,, MANUFACTURERS AND EAI-EI >

; ) to get up ten or twelve times in the Dollars for any c-isf that it fails to Infants and Children p. m p.m.i pm,

+ I'' cure. Send for li-t of t..-timl uial l Ip.m. ip.B LATHS
bad backache and LUMBER
and ,
Eight severe (ftie Kind You Han ( ,.m. >>.m 'irm
r i Address, F. J. CHENEY & C,)., Always, BougivB : ,
'i = pains) in the kidneys. Was cured by T'.ledo.O. FAKl roi IURDATi

I ': t Toley'B Kidney Cure. Sold by W. A. WT'Sold by Druggists. 75c.Bdlamf .,ar$ the .. enia 1 aril ola and to return art Bartanefii___.l'aT__ SA WED CYPRESS S !INGLES..K ;m : i iPENSACOLA CJI
: Peniaoola SO Palmetto Beacb ted t
i4 rl D'AIemberte. South Palafox: street from the :Northern Wood i turltjt a ;tiGCSf'wj "'lIrll.-_ ___ 1. FLA
I tit m Fj yBa:aura.U<cure for coc U Ito Irel|b t el ved Ht er 1:1B ,. )II. -

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](-.B.O'BEERS I: FOUND Fourteen Near of DEATH a Portsmouth Pleasure'HEATH Party, N. H.WAVES Drowned- ISICK, (S MADE' WELL Delegates NO to GENERAL Miners'to Such Convention STRIKE. Opposed 'Tiffs' Pills I t !:

a Step.
Portsmouth, N. H., July 18.-A 19- I WEAK MADE STROXG
Guaranteed Pure. None So Good. foot whale boat containing 16 waiters I Indianapolis Ind.. July 18.This

RYWHE E. morning the sentiment the dt>l. .
!OLDEV and waitresses employed at the Oceanic among This popular remedy never fails to t ; 1 :
-- egatee to the miners' convention t
-- -=- ==- = '- house, Star Island.' Isle of Shoals was effectually cure f' i'1 :,

-- SENSATIONAL who had gone out in the bay yesterday I Marvelous Elixir of Life Discov- I! fully as strong as ever against a strike[ |Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick i : ,
HORSEWHIPPING. and all danger of such an event is now'passed.
afternoon a pleasure\ in "
T( A on trip chargeof Headache Biliousness f
: ered by Famous Doctor- The anthracite men favoring i ; .. ,
North Carolina Federal District At. Skipper Fred Miles, capsized duringa a strike admitted that there was m'' And ALL DISEASES arising from a i H.i ': '
.: *e Uoved Him no Longer i sudden squall and 14 of the occupants Scientist That Cures .
Be' Given chance of 1 Liver and Bad i i. \
stand Kills Her. torney Lashing. I were drowned. The other flues a walk out. They were Torpid Digestion ;: :

!e.cause his wife Raleigh July 18.-There has been rescued Every Known hopeless last night when a majority of The natural result Is food appetite 1 t :
were by fishermen who
!a sensational horsewhipping at Win. I their own men were opposed to a and solid flesh. Dose small; elegantly I : f :
'I"t i ht-r lore for him i from the shore in their dories. Ailment. coated and to IWaUow. L
E stoo-Salem, in which N. Glenn WI strike and this morning they came into sugar easy I i 1
I. .-n. r.t 17 months in I The names of the drowned are: Take No Substitute.The t
' llama the convention .1! ,f ; I
. n at Chester" Ills.. Wil-! gave a terrible beating to United Henry Farrington, head waiter f determined to stand asa : ;.I

: .i-.l intartly i killed States District Attorney A. E. Hoi- Cambridge, Mass. unit by the recommendations of 'H! !i i ;

ton of the western North Carolina dl I Itrict. President Mitchell. Thomas L. Nich : "
ia Eii;Iewood today, W. A. Alward assistant Lead waiter, Wonderful Cores ire Effecttd That Seem Beer ,.
1 "volver him Holton last year aroused Wil ole, president of district No. 1, anthracite ; ., 'j't'
upon of Frederick N. B. t't'If
nul' attempt on his : liams' wrath by a statement made in I Bertha Graham Danvers. Mass. Like Miracles Perfarmed-Thi Secret which was chiefly instrumental If .;,
the trial of a cage. in calling the convention, denied ; d
Minnie McDonald, Cambridgepon, of Ueg Life cf Olden' That Mader J
'"i young! to realize that Yesterday Williams stopped in Win. :I Mass. this morning that he had been in favor ii: : : : :

fiton-Salem on his way to his home in Tints Rnived. of a general strike. i !
: a oniaiitted. was the Eva Adams. Portsmouth. H. i ii :
-..' trai; dy. The man's Yadkin county from the Democraticstate j May Adams, sister of Eva. -- "I never" was, personally, In favor of DAHHHtI D tR rAM U ;: :1 : 'IIIi '

!h ,t'prficial.sfd| convention and finding Holton !! Catherine: Bowes Saxon"lIIe.aSi.. a strike he said "but knowing the lj
in at-i the Remedy lei Fre to All sentiment of the majority of our
,. a store procured a whip and I Who Send people
: 'r to the
: people Elizabeth! Bowes sinter of Catherine, ;
.', tacked him.Williams. I' Name and Address. ] I should have voted for a general i I : ( f;
:N't r tried to j .
>n justifyi'nded Bessie Chase Maiden, Mass I -ISVICTORIA- 'r '
\is a grandson of Nick Wil- j strike if the question had come before ; ..
to commit. Hem i i Anna Sheehan, West Medford Mass. I
i prison only twji' (Hams the most noted whisky distiller i i Era Marshall, Jla'erhlIl.Ialis.. After years of patient study, and the convention. Just now I guess It i I ,

: suite of his life asre.ssed : in this state in ante-bpllum days. Hoi- ,' May Marshall, sister of Eva. delving into the dusty record of the Is just about certain that there wt'.lj) i; ; ; t i h

ton was for several years Republican | be no strike, and II a good fund Is : : \t
; love fo shell Kaouska t pat as well a* following modern
great Cambridge Mass.
[ raised I think that It will be BY ACME BREWING CO.IlKSt d?
state chairman. Williams Is a candi I just a? I I J
: !aii! rn longer loved Laura Gilmore! I. xt'ter. N'. H. experiments in the realms of medical -
date for sheriff in this county. l well. It Is the best that can be doiwnow 10-CENT IlOTtliK BEER I P
li-aiHn! ? a good life. The saved are Alice! Haggcrty, Lil-j science, Dr. JIIYIMV.. Kidd, i j
-- I I'an Dncnahan and Skipper\ Fred' ',2.004 Bakes building,* Fort Wayne at any rate. IN TOWN.DA.NNHEISBER. : ,; ; I i i'

I.irrt-e 1 ir.-iil. j| Fatal Shooting at Spokane, Wash. I! Ind., makes the startling; announcement !
I To Find the North Magnetic Polr. BROS. t i
Do you want a good || Spokane Wash.. July IS.-Without that he has surely ;
The bodies of Farrington, Alward. An expedition is being planned! in
r Jimmy, or lo you not.don't I warning or apparent provocation. Gus AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED t I f .
Bessie Cha ', Eva Marshall and Is ti Norway fur the discovery of the north ;
behave yourself tare Amler05. a street
railway em- i bell KaousUa: have not been recovered, magnetic, pole, If indeed such a spot vsIhts. I I. f Harper liiley. }'I :
'II get both? ploje. last night fired three shots at .
I .All the others were taken from the fur it has been suggested; : that t "'
Edward Fagerstono. one of the proprietors 1! Main House-401 S. Palafox street "- J :
water by fishermen and then to the island wbat i-; called the magnetic ]ale may
of the Western house Killing R. R. Union ,
; where they were worked over fjr not bt? a definite i oint, but a considerable Excban2'e-Orr. Depot i : t : i
him instantly. Both men de'' P. O. Box 2SI. Penacola Fla. .
were e'
Nasal ECrs 1 a long time by two doctors, but without area over which the needle I would Phones 116-268. i ;t : I ?I
gates to the HepuMican
county convention I ,
MEAIMl sutc ss. stand vertically. There is also a question !

CATARRH which meets here today. Anderson absolute in ---- -- -- ---- -. ---- t
to the I :
iAasLrratOtD i Farnr.eton and Alward were both as fixity: positionof I ; !
tad been drinking. After i f
11r hCljD the nia:'ijetic P'1'Captain J .
there tlaw students at Hartard uniersltyi t
NArfEYE2 committicg the crime. Anderson tied 'i rooming Foreyth hall. Both were f .\ is to command the {' '\n'jl1Und"t'n 1 ." i i I'j i

L .'< lillt't: to another hotel and when the police good! swimmers and lost their lives In tion and the ship\ Gjoa has been \purchased 1' ; N I .i! i:

entered the room Anderson tried to I i to the .1.1II I Ij for its use. The start is to be I
I trying rescue others. :. ; i
fire upon thpra He was taken, fightj j t made In the spring: of 1003. \ Iw'
tgGbi Ing desperately, to the city hall. j l i \. I
Daly-West Officials Blameless.
j The Best Liniment For Strains.Mr. 1 I I'
Park City Utah, July 18.-The coroi : : ,, Ij
Shot Wife Swallowed Acid. F. II. Wells, the merchant at 4 j : t' j jt ,
; ..
I: a!n.o the nostrils! ipreadi i ter's Jury has returned a verdict holdj { I w. I
I ,5 .1 l*">rb*
'. I' i* cot 'lryin-Iot; s I a Russian tailor, shot his wlf.-[ I blameless for the always recommend Chamberlain'sPain ; ;
entirely accident
i by I I I Balm as the best liniment for I. !
'f e S let M cents at Drug- Sophia, through the mouth early today :
which 35; lost their lives. 1
I men The strains. I used it last winter for a :
j and ,
then killed I
.. irrea :Street.: New Tort himself by swallowing i remains of Charles Xelme were ship severe lameness in the side, resulting K I t I.,
carbolic acid. Mrs. Hoffmanis L ped to his foimer home in Calumet from a strain and was greatly 1 I' t t\ ..

dying in a hospital. Hoffman haJ I Mich. Neime was a student at Ands i iI DR. JAMES WILLIAM KIDD. pleased with the quick relief and cure I :' : "i I
been drinking heavily of late and hi Arbor it effected." For sale by all druggists I isU :

PUBLICITY FOR I wife had cauaed his arrest for disorderly I] university. He spent two yewsthere II' discovered the elixir of life. That and medicine dealers. I 1 t .l'.
west to (
: came earn enough '
he is able with the aid of a mysterious 1 ? k I'
I conduct. He was sentenced to 6days 0 1'!
money to complete his education. compound known only to" himself II I
PEOPLE.I and had l i .
THE only recently been r ry ,
produced as a result of the i
leased. The couple had four children. Bronchitis For Twenty Years. ;, years he has spent in searching for fJf i The Thermometer ; i Ii

Mrs. Minerva Smith of Danville, this precious life-giving boon to '
I u .' w >sti ton a Cent, I. ; /J'DYtr
A Cure For Summer Complaint. Is Low
,, 111. writes *'I had bronchitis for' cure any and every disease that i is "
tdHrJ !is Head : fhia signature is on every box: of the genuine I "
Summer complaint is unusually prevalent -'twenty and relief known to the human body. Thereis I ,
never got un-
i L'; l i't I'oJy'. I tears no doubt of the doctor's earnestness Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets ,: iu the kitchen, always, when gas Uused '
I used and Tar .
among children this season. 1'til Foley's Honey \
e' .'_-N-::"NIA:: + well developed case in the writer's which is a sure cure" Sold by W. A.' in making his claim and the J i the remedy: that corvfl a coM In one,dy, for cooking. And you don't :
j. '
remarkable I
': :'0' l"l..I U. I D'Alcmberte, 121 South Palafox street. cures that he is daily effecting I
---. --- family was cured last week by the I : seems to bear him out very cA19TORIIIL. have to worry over the rise in the : t I

timely use of Chamberlain's Colic, j I'trougly. His theory which he advances Psls &rf
'. trti01J furnl i'I ''''tb' price of coal. It is the fuel 1 par excellence I 1
1 ', :il Mudiufper* I Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedyonelof PLAYS AND PLAYERS. is one of reason and based ou Zf.9.t;; J

a-v<.. MrictcstI the best patent medicines manufactured j spued experience in a medical prac- er ( J-- In the warm weather. No t : 11
?: I I. : : i A. A. l-isiior, s .
and which is always kept on Charlotte Walker has signed a three I, tice of many years. It costs nothing heat, no ashes, no dirt no dust-instead \,
hand at the home of ye scribe. Thisis years' contract as James K. Ilackett's to try his remaikable "Elixir of I ,l' .' .

an r a.(1 real es's not intended as a free puff for the i I tI Life," as he calls it, for he sends i it comfort convenience, clean- t t t.
leading .
M .> ,'1\ at lowKrooks withus ] : woman. free, to who is is thewell' 1 ;
who do not advertise anyone a sufferer in
,:, I.' I company I Horace Lewis will star next season In t : The Happy Home line?*, economy. Gas: stoves and J i I !
sufficient quantities
I. t'I\,3Jt 1<: Kisher but to benefit little: sufferers who to convince of : 1 I
;.tuliii may not be within easy access of a "A Poor nelation, taking Sol Smith: its ability to cure, so there is absolutely ranges of every size: and style !!uI'i; i

.. .... .- ph'slcian.0 family should be without t. HU't dl'li: place iu that piece. I,I no risk to run. Some of tho JI; furnished home. Marston plied by the Pensacola Gas Coin.'i '

M 1 i -ores:> i (! money a bottle of this medicine In the It is said that Anna Held Is ne; |I cures cited are very remarkable Quinn can supply you I %

- /I't MI'. na Yaiimty'ouran.ij lowest rates house, especially in summer time.- tinting for Jean Ulcbepln's play, "L u and but for the reliable witnesses with! all needed in the I pany at Lowest Prices. tlI

. I' pro".d real Lansing Iowa Journal. For sale b 1 would hardly be credited. The lameI way
City :f Barry and produce It in I'arls.
a t.. .r, tv* Houtb I'ala- all and medicine dealers may have thrown away crutches and of house furnishings at thee :
-tti' druggists : John Drew will probably, not have a I 1 walked about after two or I Pensacola Gas Co. 1 i : ; !!i i if

-- KITCHEN HELPS next "The Second .lowest> prices cashorcredii. .
', new play season as j I trials of the remedy. The sick, j
I \ IMKKOW MONEY Command" was a success last sea i given by home doctors. have .I __ _____ ____ ____ __ f! ; .
t'' I up : No. 3 S. Palafox St.. Pensacola.I L rt
.' "> J' or SHU real ea- Don't wipe out the coffeepot with the son. i been restored to their families and "
.V <1->cnptlon. have dlski-Ioth 1'oift let tie breakfast friends in perfect health. Rheum ; j ji I
\ taxes attended to Mr. and }ire Charles W. WalcottI j j ier oo fr ':
I'. ',,;&UOO A Co. !grounds stand halt a day i I have signed! contracts to appear with ;': thin, neuralgia stomach, heart i Awarded at Pars CHOICEST t f
"nc t' agents, Pena liver kidney, blood and skin disI
&- -
.u .i -rate To everyone rut woniout 1-ie tiny. ju the ginll;...cuI'- i one of Mr. Bela",co's companies next I and bladder -OF- I
a .- II'.. will tend money laud rind use them to set crockery, eases troublesdisappearI

' a s ''1'''. 9d-tt- kettles in. I season.lit'and' B. Molineux! during his con- I I i as by, mazic.ner-ousness.Headache fevers, backaches consumption ; FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY( Y I I r.r.AT

P-4 I. I'" I.I. II : .I'. Did you ever try brick dust to ..cleannIte i' fineuient in Sing Sing; and the Tombs couh; *, colds asthma, auiNAlAROCHEWINE

-- -. ;: ware? It is les expensive: than i has written two melodramas and two :1 catarrh, bronchitis and all affection I II r !

I' .'..>'"to.d, motif safe v invftt'ii ithit.Tfst. other unifies t.oM for earl purpose plaj'Icts.Mabel. j of the throat, lungs;! or any vital organs I ; f ,

.j write in for and far more effectual. I I I are easily overcome in a spaceof CORDIAL
: Fenton, while bicycle riding on C. APOSTLE'S H '
-olicitor vntnteii.nnt time that i? simply marvelous: i :
\ Jt In\e9iment To tlcan a Urttle in which onions or the Jersey roads near her home, ran I i Partial Hijhtst recommendations for cure ol Poorness ; 1\\
-. leading.: .. Kjjlwbred other rank AewtabVi have been cooked I paralysis locomotor ataxia I,I I el Blood, Stomach troubles and Gcncnl Oe-
.- luto a cow and is now laid up with abroken : drop y, gout scrofula and piles are | \ bili'jr. Increases the appetite strengthens 14 East Government St. ': ;
J"I ; -.'-1..1;. rub with n cjotb dipped In hot, strong ankle.Louise : quickly and permanently removed. the nerve old builds up the entire >ncm.C3 !

J1 J- .- fourearold I soda watir; then wash:: in soapy Irate I Cunuing; has been engaged to I It purifies the entire system, Hood i roe rnunt Formerly Cordova Restaurant Staud t ; : !i

'". on sate at the Ptn'irftxy The smell of onions may be removedfrom play the: prima donna role in "Mr. Pick and tissue, restores normal nervepower \ PARIS . tN0 days. t J2t. I a >ant-l'pan, if it is filled with coldwah'r wiok! ," the piece; In which De Wolf circulation and a state of >v a:. feuErra d fn. One car-load of Pineapples at 11.75 \ I ,
to $2.00 dozen.
tL :
and into it Is put a slice of bread I ;t perfect health i is; produced at once. i .Ilenl+ per tli ;
|- : hay draiubt j I! IIopi*>r will star next season. |; To the doctor all alikeiaud I '
i' >|)itz<;r .\: Kirk -a Male cni"t will! :11I\\'f'r the purpose.P.oil I I systems are iGOL'AY
'" .. equally affected by this 't ,
p. ltynI I great
i ho water and bread together for Adam' Ml.takv. I I i "Elixir of Life." Send for the +.o= : = !t i
j > All creditor, ]legatee! *, rtistributees and ;! I
I I. none power boil e r half uti Lour. I : I I
I i roiiipletf wood Frf'lJtlie-l'oPPl.'r. what does It mean't remedy to-dar. It is free to every, I, all person baring claim or demand''
. To clea'i! kettles: warm the I sufferer. State what be ,' against thee.tateof Fred Bauer. deceased i'i '
: t 11 ready lor use.I. greasy LrlIam's one fatal slippof ? you want to present Grist and Corn Meal Mills !
are required to them to the under t i
, ? ,. I jh' or kettle thin tbrow in a handful Freddie's Popper-Not hanging on to cured of and the sure remedy for it signed within tal Oear!. if : t

, I.. ,tI.IIIUIIHII tE. cornmeal and rub well. You will find 1 ,I that rib I juess.-\I'w York TimeR.Can't will be sen you free by return mail.( I MAX Administrator.EXECUTOR'S L. BEAR.jliloawSw !II. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop s, [ h .
nt 'd farm will ------ :
.\ -, in at once AUoforL some the coral will absorb nil the fat so that; i fyny-liauam KelieTf Right Away __ Manufacturers I .1

"n., Wagon' few im- soap and water will lUtkeour kettlt! ; Will makca ejieeJjr end otcouju&u l Colds 'f\\
:'i.iid next;!,. Corr"'pondr d perfectly clean. I NOTICE. CHOICEMFu\LANDPl'UEGROUlD j : : :
.II\ Ijjlw* Eat I Estate of C. Yonge,8r.,deceased. STOCK FEED I'J ;

F nioit desirable-- loti 1shy n PROFESSIONAL OAHDS.I Notice 1< hereby given that on the Sa_ Patronise Home Industry, for there ito II
terms, by the KUber Alt Oiliiiilntlr Temperament.If i I day of October A. U. \:"I<:, 1 will present every reason you should bay your Meal and [ f
,' ..'y, :U4', south Palafoi a woman wants to retain her Why ? The stomach is weak, the W. C. ROWE M. D.Ot'llc the Honorable I robate Judge of Kscambia I Btook Feed from the Home Manotactnrer, t I1 ,
I County, Honda my final accounts and for by to dllol100 encouraxe home lndoi. ,
heal mI youthful appearance, she must! mingle I appetite is gone and the bowels oar <'oucb rs. a'l Kurcutnr: and ask for my discharge try. Y oar money li left In the commanltr : i I
I will do as : 17,1; S. 1'aUfox.: from the Execctonhip: of said I and In ; J .:
with otlu-r ptr'ple. read good books |, constipated. Nothing you yon torn are Indirectly benefited. :
ur It"llt and cultivate ,. much good a; a dose of Hosteller's Houratrom9topAa.m.andltDap. m ., estate. Y. VOM.E, fostering the home manufacturer yon ,. '
an optimistic
temperanipnt. Executor: contribute to the cause of labor. You s
: owe
. I I:1",1 rurnUbed rooms atalltt Nothing 5.) d.'"troys the 'outbtul Stomach Bitters before each meal. and after 7 o'clock 1 P"nslclla, Florida, April l''th, nv:. I, U to community In which yon lire ano r t I I
: trut. :, It will strengthen the stomach, restore Phone crj. elms m i which eontrlbatei to roar sapper I ; .t it j
of the face the
contour as taking; : i ,
appetite, prevent Constipa. "
I I. \, .int -.l->Iilc. cares of life too "l'rillusl! Iluu.-ewiH'* tion and positively cure IXDIGES- --- --- --------5---------------5--------- .1 ..: ,j 1'J l

M r businesi. tsPien"dtd of the Martha tjpe who "are troubled TIOX, DYSPEPSIA, BILIOUSNESS ANTI 1 I i!

n"r man. Hhort time about many tbincs": have rigid s-et MALARIA, FEVER AND AGUE. THY ,: **GO TO*: i. ; H

:<' '.j or conducting your. lips that plainly n'eal the loss of thfsc) A BOTTLH and see for yourself. Don't : :
wages ;
positions guaranty ed. qualities that make a woman lovable.When accept a substitute.HOSTETTER'S. -. ; S vlF'
Barber CollfKf. NewJ5tt our characters lack cheerfulness

\\ .\ :.. girl to do generalA and amiability IOM, tuoM our features soft curves will who unconsciously E BRAWNER'S.: ;

|>ilr at No. 1. HoutbJiotf STOMACH BITTERS.
are the outward clans of inward beauty I '

\11\ s .0.1 -solicitor of thouJtlnll! feeling/ says Julia !: "f
; pay
', -un to right one. Adifflc Teresa Butler in the Pittsburg Observ ;

... milt er. The best workers, the ones who DR. KING'S |I C>-For Seven Days we will Offer the Following : <| if.'I '
ft\ ; .

//I \". vrnmcnt vat ounn once men to Service.: prepare from Ap-K for.- accomplish whose usefulness the most is good conducive, are those of TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR Prlces,1!

a: lava. Inst. Cedar Kap17Jlm' much happiness to others as well aathemselves. THAT COLD. i I 20 doz Men's French Neck, drop200 Pair Men"s Xew Orleans ewed You should look at our line 6t t: : i

The secret of true success! stiched undershirts for 25c; drawers .r Cable Screwed Shoes, for this sale Ladies' High and Low Cut Shoes. i : .
\\ tN: \11. kinds of empty beers lies in making our lives beautiful in I to match. J1.20; solid leather. WA can save you money. II t ';! i

A. "alaD..UI.- Dovstttill that kindness of spirit which makesus Cures ConsumptionCoughsIj 2o doz Men's Fancy Striped. Lace f 1,00) yards Lawn, fast colored, t:; J 1
-- -- en Sewed Vici I
-- mold. Colds Bronchitis Asthma and Plain, !Silk Finished, Kalbrigan 175Shoe worth 8>' to close I .j'
creatures of purer ? gC at 5c yard. f
in four different
14'rlt" I Undershirts at 45c each; drawers to shape t .
>MH- HROWS- UH m Carpet Pattern PneumoniaHayFeverPleu- match. toes; regular fi, for this sale $2.95 a 500 X-Bar Muslin, regular 7 !pair: goods to close at 4Qc yard. }
A carpet of small pattern Is much '
lor le- 10 doz Men \ Bar
I' Hoarseness Undershirt
risy LaGrippe ,
_ al! wtleHardwarec' j 1,000 yards Unbleached Domestic I : ,I't
J stf"A more economical than a floor"enng worth
50c for 40c
drawers to match. I bare boa line
; ht the foil of Levy- to close ..
Sore Throat and at }'c. ; !
i it <;()()Dt1 ;, with a large, gprawly design. It can Croup I 23 don Men's] gcriven Patent seam Poo Co. boys' shoes! that I will close 1.000 yards Best Check I l'
-'-- --r-- --- -- -- -- be mended turned over and the small Whooping side drawers I out at cost Gingham, : t.
M la'1 VH Cough. worth 65c, for this sale i, fast colored
._.... KKIRVEMannfaotnrerA I regular 7c goods, for : j. I
. ,IB. Kair Goods, Hats Toilet figure matched very easily while the I NO CURE. NO PAY. 33e. 125 Boys' Walkers, this sale 6c. 3 # I
. | pair Easy reg-
eta.E:!11 t W. UovernmsI' nt large pattern Is a terror to the 29 doz i
very Prig 50c. and S 1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. Boys Extra Size Pants, 12 to ; alar boo goods to close at 3oc pair. 10 pieces White and Red Table ; t..

: ... mntrfrlnlZ' hnl1'14'kf'Ptf'r.C.'C..I.TI. I 17 years, worth f 1 a pair, for this sale;:' Linen, regular 40c goods to close at 't t
.r. "ur I';'unerala.r .... ENOLICH'EHNYROYAL.PJLLS ------ --- 50c. I I 75 pair Men's Low-Cut Patent 25c yard. No one over & yards. J. t ,

I \ It-FLRAL8 turnliD ed "us CURE YOURSELF I We carry a full line of Boys' Wash Leather Shoes! we have been selling 30 pieces Medicated 21-inch Cotton 'f I' I

k., DQaetsoripecUIdeili&i Pants. Call and see them. i at |2.0 pair, to close at f 1.75 pair. Diaper, worth 85c, for this sale 60c. 1,
: dlihJStaifliMnuWoBi.tntutiou i I :
rune, SSI West Oreg ry e1fL arni.e'e -.- 2fnn, R I or ietfftttou !

+ I' l-'LU\'En. 2Ddlmt Ia oar wua RED CHICH...."boa."..ot fe. .Take 7ER'a U .._isiUc adI biGLISH briUL4.1_o..KetaoI.... C.atad,., st Pdafr as.o.a., sad tar.lew.rtna.b not Ilttla'. I This Bale will Positively Not Run Longer Than Seven Days. .:

I __ r11.1"" N EgaltlYnsestfa,
h. 'i and Horn War IoI.r ,_Dr.w w.eaa... .. L /Ili g,_ c.- .. ,

* H a for oostomers teilgniordered -, p swnap."ReU. M rMall. Parlk.4., r ? ai.. w/s b lids toe ,

I-:. Yo reno, K3 Weft Ore!orS y. /m I l1kk.te.fle.lalCi ../MTnaaaals loin'a.I,, !I! or I IIlOa SOUTH PALAFOX 8TBEET. 4f
all D"'I("'"
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: p RA -- : FOUR YOUNG Disfigured Skin : GUN CLUB STRINGENT i iORDERS StroD e1t in tt \\ :

I tt'astwl muscles an! decaying bores.:
_. i"U". t'." EV/S TOPERS FOUNDIN What !havoc I. IN THE E

?>.r-'f'iU, let alone, is capable of all that TOURNAMENT 1ht 41.\nnual'otat .
&r I u.<>rtr. Kndinj: Pet* III'KT'
I'ensacola. J.
loitered at tli! Poet Office: at :
FUieonilci >* matt.r.orncF __ A STOREPoliceman It is commonly marked by b'11Cbt'In CITY POSTOFFIGE
iiifiaminatioris in the dys-
the ntrck. eyes

taieIotttrrtt: ;-l'iU". up-suir s lutldi g. SU-, bouth:: I.It i"ia is, c-tarrh ai'a.iys r.r-1 rad-taily general an-1 deMlitv.prrtnreniycired The run club tournament of the -40-_ 1 THE[ I EQIIITAULE

; byHood's Peters Cartridge Co., under the an?- Fred D. Pitrr! : :.e post.fSce
PUBLISHING CO. aud William Steele, I
THE NEWS Sarsaparilla the Dixie Can Club, closedlatKapfriauVPaik i J1..t week '
picesof inspector wt cime.ere: ,
ni6!;t watchuwn had a very :strong ; LIFE ASS'RASeE!' i 'v
all tumors all! : I
Which expels: cares erpti"n :
Terms: Invariably in Advance. tte'J ; yesterday after- and had the warrant issued for uyoung : \ ;
.. .. t3'" idea: they had trapped a burglarabout *. and ails 'up system.h : t .
ODe Ytsr by M a.1 Tfc-T i/r o A.Ifin I
eta Months -5.0', 3... m. o'clock, but it seems as ynun noon. man charged with circulating A-SPts: . . .
On* U....*, by r rrl-r. Payab.Monday; If if somebody el I-e were more surprised ;:; )-J'rsa.aUC* 1 it1- > ore-to ;;t..Jc-,fi"sTin ..:.'.h!b.lloAAI'unnrt.r. wr-us.!IIj g an:! The profe= Iocas! who participatedwere obscene matter through: the tools, Reserve and nt I

I Kaufman of the Peters ities. . . . .
TELEPHONE NO. 118. _. than the olllcfrs. ___ __ _h .__ ___ Maurice has promulgated new orders in the' .

i I About the hour named Mr. Steele I Ii Cartridge; Co., who managed the postoiTIce here which ;greatly : ?:!nrplusfromwhic! I', --

i and Officer Hilton were walking BLOODY DEED snoot, Jno. L. launder of the U. M. i changes the old tyle of thin:". I i dends are paid . .

along Palafox street looking for such C. Co., L. C. Lawrence of the Laflin I Among;; other thing he holds it to I PaidtoPoIicy-hold.--- ,:.

things when they beheld, through ,I OF J. M. SPEYER & Rand Powder Co., Walter Hut of be improper for employes to be i in 1901... ...:. .. .. _-

PSH8AOOLA, JULY 19,1902 1 1I i the Hazzard Powder Co., Harold the office when not on duty add has New Insurance in If-I ."
Palafox\ street
the glass front of a : !I Total Iu-uranee iufnrcDoc. -
N I of Ii Money of the Winchester Arm Cr. ordered that as soon as possible after 31 1901 . . -
store the unmistakable figure a i iI *: .
1 THE manfriends of Judge Jo?. B. | 1 i J. M. Speyer, at City : :
Wall in this county-as well as !! man standing behind a screen and Thursday, killed his little boy. Fred I In the professional class Harold a report; is made they must clear out '!"I Notwithstanding the "r> :

sincerelyregret I I Money took first place, breaking 316 and keep away until they are again ![ cial strength of the S.poi"t\ .
state-will safe in the store.
throughout the in front of the large '
die, with a knife, and then tried to I greater security while! ,>, .
that he did not receive the I blue rocks out of a possible 3W. He called on duty. holders .
The officers they had a i thereby I .
: were sure I kill himself. His death had: not occurred -I enjov I. \ ':.g
nomination: to the office of supreme it that i iwas I awarded a handsome gold ;, The inspector also holds that no are LOW and GL'ARANTf E:-- .
for which his talents! burglar, and after seeing to : when a dispatch telling of the ter than given by other *." .
court justice i i :
fastened I j locket. one but employes must be allowed in ,
the front door was securely I
fit him.
r and experience so eminently deed was seat cut. I
In the amateur: class Bleeker the office that newsdealers must
and ;
| they went arouni: the rear II III
Speyer i is: remembered as having KXOWLES
THE of Pen=acola received Forbes broke 312 of 350. BUGS.
people 1 found the back door unfastened and }: bareback in I out content themselves by waiting outside
did riding
and some daring :
i with a feeling of personal grief J. M. Muldon was a close second until their
A consultation as to packages are passed Gt'n..ralIlIt....
bereavement, the sad news of the j I Pensacola\ during the Mardi Gra: I !
1 mode of then held to Forbes to them and that Done who are on 3119 fc>. Palafox
mddeu death of their former friend ( the capture was | street fair an enclosure for the exhibition St. PENSFRANK : \ \

I and fellow citizen. Capt. W. \V. Rei*- and it was determined that the door : having been erected on East l I The scores for the two days, out of : duty therein must have any unnecessary .I

I loiter; and will\ long cherish thememory be easily opened by Mr. Steele while I Garden stmt. His little boy who a possible 17G;: were a* fol'ows: i iI communication with OLe SEGARI'S BATH HOUSE

4( I of his many admirable I First lIay. i another.
the officer would cover the I
] t qualities of Lead aud heart as well !I police I I was also an equestrian of ability, is Avery ..... .... ..... ...... .. ..I.ti Deep water si| bat "

;li .It his ardent and loyal atlc-ctiou fut burglar with his revolver and cause also pleasantly remembered here, Money .... ...... .. .. .. ... ......IS!) I The new order* have cau-ed a sir day for whir.- P""i'I; | '

I the city and it* inhabitants. :, him to surrender. having: during his stay became: quitea Hut .. .. .. .. ...... ... ... .. .... .. loT; ; in thom e. but they are all regarded tendant.compartment Neatest f..r iaui.w. b-'-( :

of i The door was noisles-Uy opened favorite with the carnival crowds i i Lawrence: .. . .. .. .... .... .. 130 I as good one*. bath house iu the! u"*.:

ONE of the greatest: surprise inside knew Kaufman.. .... .. .. . .. .. ...... .135 cent,. Fuv\'". ..
the result I and before: the "man" After the ,'.reet fail had closedSpeyer .
the primary election! was I Yate; .. .. .. .... .... ..... .... ...14h Of All Hot Weather Enemiesof Cor. Cevallo-: il Z u' -

I 4 of the contest for two candidates for I anything of it -he" was covered : gave exhibitions; at PalmettoBeach !, Forbes .. ... .. .... .. .... .. .. .. lol: humanity cholera is j: the worst. ---- .

railroad comtni-"iuner. The impression i. with lantern* and revolvers. A distressing | but the-e did not pay and 1:1)1>lnon.. .. .... .. .... ... .. ... .1:! i Treatment to be effective must b* 134 134 134 134 11
be general
v 4II appeared to quite discovery was, then nude. I after remaining in town several Kupfrian ....... .. .. .. .... .... .. .144 prompt. When vomiting, purgingand 4
even up to the eve of the election :-:; --;: ; ;
and Ward would lead all of Four boys, possibly: none of whom I(I I days left : ltdd ny. XiJtlin:1i01:; swat announce that the dis-
+ I)
L that 'y 15 of were in Vidal . .. .. .. ... ...... .. ..11; ease is combat it with 134 -= -15- 134
i other Ju-t why an almost unknown I were over years age I I heard of him until the news of thetragedy present Perry :
the citizen of remote southern the store slid all were under the in- j j )[uIJlu . .. ... .... .. .. .1J4Zimmermin ; Dl\ ;' Painkiller.: bowel. trouble : Lf (crs fits TenL! ::,

1 which also told that he had ... .. .. .. .. ...... .. 121Siemon *, like diarrhipi. ch.Jera morbus 134 .; : I .
should have polled such a itt'r1'arP"1.1; 134
county i ilaeuce of liquor. One of them was i I been- engaged with a Wild West :: .. ... ... .. ... ...... ... .134: and dysentery Painkiller ;1 .... I
Mr. Uurr's difficult to explain. are overcome by .
\ute a* : '
1! nut a;* much of a "man" as the show. Collins .. .. .. ..... ...... ... ... ..12u It is equally heaith-proinot
( The final result of the second I i 134 134 134
others: and had become helpless Turton ... ... ... ..... ... ... .... luyPinney ing in all climates. 134 134
primary which now appears to be ; The only reason given for the act -- ------ .
litl from the drug. The truth is, he had ... .. .. .. .. .. .... .......139.I ., -- ,- -- - ==
SDt'vltal1le.uay be equally surpris11 was that he had become temporarily
i I Morgan. ... .. .. .. . . .. .... .. .. 131itullard : Do y..u want a rnagnifir-1: : : w.
Ug. :; :jeeu paralyzed and the others. who FAMILY SEASON TICKETSAT for little ? If .. ,
1 ;;; unbalanced over the thought that ..... .... ... .. .. ..;... M Svephtns the money jewtlt-r. Hominodate
A P.ti:.I Fiil.'HFU; "liM'K." :| were not so "full," were using all i 1 I I Beers .. ..... ... .. ...... ..... .. <>'> I II SICARI'S BATH HOUSE :: you.

I 1 kinds of means to bring about con. I:al-leged Harnel... .... .. .. .. . ..... . 7- :

I'pon the remote possibility that I sciou-ness. With the assistance of I act. I Marshall .... ...... .. .. .... .. ... lJosecond ;
when the time should arrive for the EVERYHOUSEVIFE*
_ nomination of a candidate to ,uc- : the officers they succeeded. I The body of the little boy was lIa)'. I. Frank Sigari will issue IcO family ,

I It was found that the boys had Avery ...... .... .... .. .. .. 141 season tickets for baths at his splendid
teed Hon. J. P. Taliaferro as United sent to his mother ia New Orleans
I been time. Some Money. .. .. .. .. .. ..... ..... .... .lij';' bath house, for a family of one
Hutv tfuatur fur Florida the primary out having a royal where it interment.
I was given Hull ... .. .. .... ... .. .. .... .147 to three at $l1.t) for the season and
s plan of making nominations home vacation and all ------- j
I were on
11 were Lawrence .. .. . ... ...... ....I:!!' ; for !a family of from three up for two
tt would be obsolete, and the nomination i GRAND PICNIC AND CONCERT 1
of good families. In the uiid-t of ,I Kaufman.... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ] dollars. These season tickets will Needs a Bottle
would be made in a legislative: I J UNDER THE AUSPICESOF 1//
their enjuymentthey 'begin drinking Yates . ... . ..... . ......H5j;: i entitle the family to bathe whenever
caucus. the Duval county democrats: THE CONCORDIA CLUB, AT of Turpentine !
and were going home when one. I Forbes. ... .. ... .... .. .. .... .. .... 161 they wish throughout the reason.SJjlm.
; j
forgettinz. perhaps, that the que- I' I )1.001.1.HLUFl' THURSDAY,
'I Robinson ... .. .. .... . ... .140 : whether for Cleaning Bed* or
Lion involved! atlecled the people of who had the keto a store in which JULY 21. TICKETS: 25: CENTS;
I Kupfrian.. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .... I Clothe or for Stings of Inse -
the wholetate-precipitated: upon I he worked bethought himself to 'I CHILDREN, 10 CENTS.: TRAIN Cuts Brui" =.
go I Chamberlain. ...... .. ... ...... 11)1! i Saves a Woman's Life. or anything (
el\e local di- LEAVE UNION DEPOTAr3P.M.ANDSP.M.SHARP. Everybody knows t' .
then a controver-y i inside with his chums and sober : WILL valij.; >f pu
s rrctly involving\ the sentiment of up. j To have given up would have meant spirits of Turpentin at.d m ...ird

4 ) that county-alone-for or against I This they were trying to do when PROF. CHFFEltCOIPLIa"E: : :Muldon .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. 142 !! death for Mrs. Lois Craig: cf Dor- to set HIP srenuine artii'l see t ,

: found. Zimmerman .... ... ... .... .. .. ....I.130DeBriere : chester Mass. For she had it i liOI put up by theBuffalo
? Mr. 'laluferro's succession to the CONCERT BAND WILL FURNISH I years
.. . .. . . .. .. .. 119Sieuion \ untold from
office The store had not employed Mr. THE MUSIC. AMUSEMENT endureJ misery a severe
.l . . . . . .122 and obstinate
1 he result as might have been expected :Steele to watch it, therefore there \:\SPORT: : FOR EVERY- lung trouble cough.

wa4Ji-tinctlydlsappoiutinr' : i BODY. ly j-td "Often." she writes "I could starchy;
I 1 was: nothing for him to do but !give
aI h the candidate fur tlm office of state i --- ---- -- -- GRASS CROWING IN breathe and sometimes could not

1 # *t uattir from that county who favored i the young truants over to Officer :I Need More Help. speak. All doctors and remedies: fail-td\: ua ;

fl his re-election! having been defeated I Hilton. That officer was at a loss I Often the overtaxed organs of digestion till I used Dr. King's New Discoveryfor
4 by u ;u.all majority. His opponents : what to do in the premises, since j cry out for belp! by dyspepsia's Consumption and was complete.y

.a ,,"IIIII"W claim that the Du- I there was no suspicion or disorder, i pains nausea, dizziness headaches, cured." Sufferers from coughs, co:'is.

Il I vil cetidtor-elect is practically : liver compla Its and bowel disorders. throat and lung trouble need this
and he
1 telephoned Captain Sanders i
That the farmers of Washington
CIA t pledged to oppose hH re-election Such troubles call for the prompt use grand remedy, for it never disap
R I while 1m friend will insist that he for instructions. Captain Sander? I of Dr. Kings New Life Pills They i county. around Chipley, are wide points. Cure Is guaranteed by W. A.

t Should receive the loyal and united I came up and, after warning the I are gentle, thoroueh and, guaranteed awake and progressive i is evidenced D'Alemberte, druggist. Price, DOc Mfg Co.

Iy I, eupport of the I>uval county delegation i quartette sent them on home. They ,I to cure. 23:: cents at W. A. D'Akm- : by the fact that they are buying improved ; and $I.i'i. Trial bottlES: free. .

in the legislature of 19oG, of i left in a hurry and are mum about beite's drug store.PENSACOLA farm A solid I who Guarantee it Absolutely I1
r' + which the successful candidate machinery.
4 matter. I .
and I Only 10 Cents a Bottle.
t will be carload of McCormick mowers
r In the recent primary a member They have all given their promise

i I a* a holdover :senator. never to do it again, and under this CLASSICAL SCHOOL rakes has: arrived at Chipley for 2o''j jI

+" -*%.1 I _. The imposition or contingency i probation; ; their! names are nc: .i "t,1 -.- 'I farmers, who will harvest full crops !; V. Thompson, No. 11 South All kinds of chairs and

dpou which thi.. memorable contest i rinted.I l Third Annual Sf f".i"t Hrgin Se|>- of hay. Next Saturday this machinery Palafox street ha jut opened anew rocking chairs at Marston

wa founded that there will be not r"tuber 1.:,. 1002: artS Ends will be delivered and the jrepresentatives i supply of Linen and Bond $ Quina's. Prices are rag

} general or tate primary: election in I Treat Your Kidneys For Rheumatism. II I Juno I'.!. 1UU3. : of the manufacturers Papers, white, blue and gray, with lmo.

If imH iu which the people might sig- When you arF suffering from rbeu- I : Envelopes to match, Oxfordizts ;
i will give a free dinner and parade of
their preference for successor I
nify matism the kidneys must be attended I The aim of this school is to pro. also Foreign Mail Tablets with Envelopes 00 TO
to Kecator l'Taliaferro was exceedingly to at once so that they will eliminate vide thorough HIGH SCHOOL and : the mowers. Photographs of this:

far-fetched and practically im I'i the uric acid from the blood. Foley's I COLLEGE PREPARATORY In- I parade will be made, showing the i i to match. Ink Pencils, BOOKSTORE

probable. At this time as at the I I struction. The school is: of especial Penholders, Blankbonks File*, etc.,
r Cure is the most effective :
Kidney : interest to three classes: interest of Western Florida! farmers COE'S 21stSouth
}# time when the recent primary was for this R. T. Hop- I etc., always on hand.
remedy purpose. 1. Those who having completedthe : in improved farming methods.
t Impending, nothing seems more certain I kins, of Polar Wis., says: "After Unsuccessfully I grades of the public -chool wish Phone 231.McDuffie's.
: ;
I There will also be and a1 .
than that such a primary willI I doctoring three years for to pursue their studies further with- -- ---
and that the of the out having home. j is assured. Turpentine &
< held people big day
i rheumatism with the best doctors, I HammocksTo
2. Those whf) wi-h, with the aid
: whole state will participate in the I i - -- -- Mutton Suet Lung Plaster
j tried Folvy's! Kidney Cure and It of the careful individual! attention I
selection of a candidate for United i i is a certain cure for whoopinsrcouidi, make y.u C Imf,,rut,.
t. 1 tf ; cured me. I cannot speak too highlyof that can be given in .smaller claseaand OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine

1 f 1 li tatt'uttor: : hence the riiing of this great medicine." Sold byV.. a longer session to advance, easy and comfortable. work while Novels.
i ; the Issue in Duval! county was not i more rapidly than is possible for you sleep.
1.-\. IJ'\l! mberte. 11 South Palafox Trthpm..
them in public school I oysters today. :
I but injudicious in 25 CENTS. BestVriters at Snull:: t -
I 4 only premature : 3. Those who NK- APOSTLR.SANTA .
4 i ; street. are fittingthem.
I Sold John Sheppard, 4"5 :S.; Pal-
# and whoever by
;L t4: the extreme invented ---- selves for college. - Kodaks.

a 1r the pruj-ct did Mr. 1'aliaferro a Special! music sale. Mondiy only, In addition to the u-ual instruction ROSA SURFBATHINGJSTABLISHMENT afox street.CONCERT.
at Clutter's. in English, Mathematics, His --
grievous wrontr.Mm AND DANCE AT Pocket :Stereo ai.d( P u
tory. Geography, Latinetc..instruc- : '
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i tion is oSIered. irMiwt Jim tuition, MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY
: Will lie Rota.I REGISTRATION NOTICE.The Baseball Goods.
I I in Greek French, German aud Span NIGHT. TRAINS AT g. I'*:30 AND
Iu the excitement of a lively exer- registration books will be ish. Tile school is conduced at the Fish chowder will be served every 9. LAST TRAIN RETURN AT Bits Mask, tilnves at ; v
I opened' at my otfic in the curt i corner of West Gad-den aiid Spring Sunday evening. Private parties
I t, 1 cite like boat-racing ball-playing! house in Penacola: Fla., commenciiu streets, in a building which is to can arrange to have the same or Ill). TICKETS 2-;* CENTS, AT Fishing T adcl .

q they will ctraiu their muscle and go tne tirst Tuesday in August, t be arranged to :adapt it especially: to other refreshments served at anytime DEPOT.
home limping and sore. Then they I I three day in each week Tuesday.Thurday the needs of the school. during the week at reasonable Lines, Hooks, p.ijr-i S, .
i + and Saturday. The number of pupils in attendance i See manager Furniture go
have Davis terms.

151 are1J Painkiller\; they on hand to Perry soothe the :I badly I find copied the old! registration and! will book say :! ing admittance is limited. should Hence communicate those desir I i CHAS.! H. BURTON t If 11 \T IOn W\' t to PRYOR'S. S THE (.IABt.Il.-St..,.....u..r.. '. *<

j .; It quivering: nerves ; to penetrate the to those who have had any trouble I .......
I muscle? with warmth and healing ; by their names not being prpt'r. !Principal. ; BAY EXCURSION SUNDAY

It has relieved the pain of ly registered! on the look*, that if i further information,terms and -
power. I they will call at my office on the catalogue addressH. I
two generation of Americans. f days: named I will correct all such CLAY AKMSTROSK, I The steamer Enterprise will take ill :I J. M. FOLK MAN,

Large bottle 25 and 5U cents.: 'I errors and do my utmost to let the Principal or excursionists to the Life Saving Station /

R book in proper shape fur the general I PEKCIVALH.WHALEY., II and out into the gulf Sunday at 1, ; I; I'EALER IN
I election. T. X. AI,AM Assistant.
i 12:30 p. m. Surf bathing and fish We have :0'\'. 's
MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY ,I Supervisor of Registration_ J.Y County HId ALL WHO USE ATOMIZERS in I chowder at the Life Saving Station. ffllL\\' 1 I PAPER P !i from the I. >".;,.

NIGHT. TRAINS AT ', i30A\D I Tickets round 35 Manufac'ur' -
tZ trip, c@nt
I treating nasal catarrh will the I .' :.
i : -
-- the Unitd.Feather
p 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT I: If a Man Lie to You, bestresult J. E. REEL, J
:1 t 11:60. TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT ;;' And say some other salve, ointment I: Balm. Price including Ely's Liquid spraying Cream Manager. Scroll, 15c per roll.

rP DEPOT. lotion, oil or alleged healer is as good I Ii
I I i as Bucklen's Arnica Salve tell him.! tube, Tocts.; Sold by druggists or -I Never Kmw Pain Killer to Fail Dining Room Tapestry, ;$1.50 per i f

1 I MEAT A MALT has a marvelous I I thirty years of marvelous cures of mailed by Ely Bro., Warren St., before, what can. the matter be? |
dietetic value.V'hile refreshing i i Piles Burns Boils Corns, Felons, I II I New York.New) I Where I U: the bottle? here, 1

? aDd pleasant to take, it helps assimilation !,I Ulcers Cuts. Scalds. Bruises and SkinEruptions :I Orleans; Sept. 1. l!-Jt). i thought so; it 1* Dot Perry Davis' & Contractor for Decorating ..*
e : prove it's the best and 'i :'ole3 rs. ELY BROS: -I sold two
: of food Hold byDANNHEISSER 'I i. I Painkiller at all, but something the
cheapest :s cents at W.D'Iem.. bottles of your Liquid Cream Balmto Call L'p Phone ai.l or IJnip a Puma I <"art 1-
{ BROS. berte's drug store. a customerYtn.. Limberton' 1415Delacluise t druggist, must have made himself!

f I St., New Orleans; he has I and I did not notice it ; I have used All Work C. O. D. and Guarantt
Ball Bearing, keencut. Grass Shears that will cut i, Used the two bottles, giving him Painkiller for years fur diarrhcea,

ting Lawn Mowers, at.. the close, at the Willis Hard wonderful. and CEO.most W. satisfactory McDcFF.Pnarmacist.. results. :II cramps and stomach ache ana isI I { Corner Dajrlen and Government birert"I '.-*.

JFUlis Hardware Go's- I ware Co's. I j I never failed. I One hlcck Welt of Poitcffice, Kigbl en tte t


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OAFL. President; F. C. HORTON. Cashier ; iTHE '
* rj-t; t Vice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. WEATHER 'I i .1 '

r. Condensed Stntomont of the I 'At the Soda Fountain I t : ,



+oF PEXSACOLA: FLORID.AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS:: JULY 19, 19U2i I Korcnst-Katr tonight =attrrpd __ '} When you want the most l t I .t. '

showers and thunderstorm I Iexhilarating
i From Report to Comptroller. Sunday ug L_ ,r UtL draught you : r }
variable winds.
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always J want water. J ,1.
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:I;r . ..... .... ..... .. .. #319;!i- 79 Capital I Stock ...... .... ..... ... ... .. .... I.OOO.OOI) I Temperature in Last 24 Hours: ;JI
: 'I:." .. .. ... .. ...... ..... .... :29M5C7! ; ; Surplus Fund... ..... .... .. .. ...... .. .. .. 10,000.00 I Minimum Maximum_........... "n _. .. ''J dpgrf .tL A rsti
. ,.::. .. .. . ...... ........ .. .. .. .... l.i78.i; Net Profits ..... ... .. ... .. .... .... .. .. 7,612.72 n i.drgrers ;; I Il j'
.. : i- ti.d Premium... .. .... ... .. !-IJ.-;%).(*) Rediscounts ...... ..... ...... ...... .... .... I9,1 Otl.Otl( ) \ 1Jji1e Noc/- !l lG I
-. ,".:itu-, etc... ...... .... ...... .2t2o.OO!: Circulation ..... ... ... .. ...... .... .... .... 7500000.J Temperature Elsewhere : ; t
I .:-.J< Fixture; .. .. ...... .... ..... B.71K48 Deposit ...... ... .. ...... ..... ..... ...... 3H97357 }tax Min '. \
I .:.. -,. ... ...... ... .... ... .... .... .. -1 *9.l2 Ulania... ..... ._._...... ,4 74 1. r t
l J.. i Kxc'ianse: .t. ...... ... .. ...... 133,451.27: : Bismarck! ....._.._11 fit Wafer :
l.. : lblCllgO'I'\ LITHIA j jI
___ i Cincinnati._......____... 101 i j\.*
tGj7.0t:6.; > ( aiveston--..... ks "
$657UtG.29in Huron....... ...". "
:::_. 7i: 3< :
,. ; it ipnpl for bu,in*" October 23= 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give Jacksonville ...._. ..? vl 7t r served at the fountain ; '
-- ;jirocapt, courteous and careful attention.t Kansas Lily_,-._-...... w.. flh
sparkles like
. Key West "_"__ .. .. ." 7'! 7 fine wine ; it : ;
Memphis._........n.......... ..... \jm 71 is I I
PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Mobile ..._ _.....- _._7 t* 72 only water bubbling over ,;
Montgomery........... .... w 711 'I '
I New Orleans! ..............n..._..n....... m) 7s with pure ozone. : !
- Sew York ._... ..... ._ j
I III. M us i
I I II I I II:3t 7v1'e '
tionally beautiful and an enjoyabletime savannah .. .M 74 |4) q 1( Bottled at Waukesha Wli. t : ; 1
H. FAIRCHILD Louis ......... .... "? ;
B. I DEATH AT BATTLES : ...]..... '! 7j ; ;
reported. I j t,, *, FOR SALE HERB BY i.
u :P xx C> x. rxirtft Capt. Berry Axelson's schooner NAVAL STORES- : MARKET 1 L. Bear & Co., Agents I i, ;! i

38 EAST RO ANA STREET. t the Hjalma, is underpins repairs at OF MRS. MIDDLETON I Reported Dally for; The New. bj j jI ____._4 .

.' M .< ,all Rifinishing Furniture a I Bruce's ship yard, Bagdad. Union Naval Stores Co. ; r .
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=: I 1 1G252S2S5'PSESaS2sa52 ;
Special B08IN. --- -
Don't Fail to Try This. Mrs. :Mary Middleton, a former WW _......1:1: 6.3 lie! it .._. .. ..._ _.11 1+'. I 52S2 t : 'Ir.
FMiouo1OS. resident of Pensacola, died at Bat ,, wG..a 4J a 4 i G .. .. .1 :'d :
'Ii _.. 3411 ._ .. ;
Whenever an honest trial is givento "-- l" 1:5 I '
- ties Baldwin !! Y... .. ?.'_' '_ S ; Ft.1: :., I
Electric Bitters for any trouble it county, Alabama, It .. ..__ :2 l; -.1 la; !n ,

R. K. WHITE, i iI,I is recommended for a permanent cure i Thursday, at the home of her sister, L--tSrI&IT8..__.TUIIPKt'UKK-t.. _. :2o i C ;;\: :_below.. .. 1 1'1 t Ii'n Ii-1
c .
will be effected. It fails Miss Kate Dade :
;... .. x.r, .Manufacturing Jeweler I surely never aged S3 years. I :
to tone the stomach, regulate the kidneys The funeral took place at Battles -

I.ra.luilte Olltidall, and bowels, stimulate the liver, < t I ,
at 9:30 I o'clock !
yesterday morning.; I t J 'I .1' :
invigorate the nerves and purify the r jf.
. ..t. Pf niHfoU, Fla Interment in the :Saldier'scemetery. : f. t
blood. It's a wonderful tonic for run I
- I II down systems. Electric" Bitters positively Mrs. Middleton had just finished EXPORTS. : ; ii
. I For July to date.. .._. ......_* .G".IIi lAl.ltll.EIAT -- ----wwMONDAY'S- 't
cures kidney and liver troubles, I breakfast Thursday morning and I 1 ; i't'

stomach disorders, nervousness sleeplessness started to leave the table, when she i iI iI UCAKANTINE. :

NEWS/ NOTES f ) rheumatism, neuralgia, and I I fell across a chair and expired im- ., Spans* Vlvina, H"I: .Hlllz, Liverpool k. Ii
expels malaria. Satisfaction guaranteed !I purls,to brut Transit t'u.I .
< mediately.. Death was due to apo 'I. Nor tm Mugnu, iwlLarben, Buenos! Ayrt-6 II i.
by 14.:1. D'Alembeite, druggist.I I Via iJaibnaua :U older i I.

-'.-- Only 50 cents.CONCERT. plexy. I I I MCLEARED. 4 .. .. '' ,1.1

i n. Forbes', new ad. I I AND--DANCE- AT When Mrs. Mary Stewart Wilkinson I II I I| Br ss Lustlefgh't3! Hater: ,by WoJ KeyserjiCotor t .....SENSATION.MIDSUMMER.... ;: i i I
) a si & Co. for fine grocer- MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY sawn umber value ".>,:*-'" I I "
ton died here a number of Br Citation, jKl, Sanderson byV H ; i
years ago, [ os
KeyseriSCo fur/auaam, *un lH.t''j s ft
9 LAST TRAIN RETURNS:; AT she left property consisting of the lumber, 1.7 .1I1O g II sawn timber,value S.4.! SALE :
.\ : -bargain :advertisertietaent | 87v; for Middleburg, \'uti75 ll\JI1O, s It ban d
11:50. TICKETS: : CENTS;, AT residences' at 1C West Gregory and I 1 timber value3ltiJ I's' |:
1 Br ship Kings I'ounty.SuHI! 'Halter byH ..
I DEPOT. 213 and 217 North Barcelona streets. i! Thornton fur Rio 11" Jaueiro, with lIj'j"- j I I.
!'. of the ,i uoo 8 ft lumber.value(Ji.VJK or ., !
GRIMIHAfCOURTSESSION By will she left this property for the 'I' It ss Alberto Tra"ts. 2517, Cornlelia, by o- -o ; jlm
-' re.: Ii i Gulf Transit Co for (jenon. with Iw.miu sit ; -
i! maintenance of Mrs. Middleton during -i I lumber 1,1.bhls" i spirits turpentine, 1II,( 10
,, r.fferehoieebart oak staves, 1,:* J tOilS puospbate ruck, '
;'C", 'a ; pea
her life time, said property, at value Jiil.i..Mj : ;f
\' '.\ k. TO-DAY j Am sell Mary Sanford i3;., Macdonald, by 11 11I

: ,- ( have: a spec-1 Mrs. Middleton's death, to go to the I I lumber Merritt A Co for !Boston 1\lth SJwiu, bit f f f FABRICS I .

vestry and wardens of Christ Epis- I It bk Elmstone 7Capuro: by H Shots
1 i--ue.
1 Its this! I 1, tercotorttenoa: with HAM bbls rosin. 5i'-!
I I Criminal court convened today at copal church, to be used to establisha I !,! .. '.: peci.tlmaiic: ic i I
iu"ttur column. !19: a. m., Judge A. C. Klouut, Jr., pre- widows' and orphans' home here, II I NOTICE TO MARISKKS. :

J siding. under the management of the '. Commander J H Hull. Inspector of the SEE OUR SHOW WINDOWS. i !
... e'l. !have :a new I, Seventh Lighthouse! district lias! Issued the I :
I official notice:
church.It following
Wit :. will interetx I II I, The case against Rev. William 1 feni-aeola Hay and 1'ntranct'-SIl\'Y: Yard I

Robinson, colored, for horse stealingwas is therefore probable that as 'I' Uuttr was established Hank Buoy No June 11, a 2i:seroml-cla, l'"rcu: >scan the, : 2 SOLID CASES ([ LINEN CRENADINES. !' ; i : :
following bt'arlngsIz:
to-I! taken and concluded. The soon as the legal phases the estate
> at 22:34); : up I ))0;. N. -
I' n I { Deer Point Reason Light hv

a t..' ivi i,, great mass; of testimony wa reviewed I are settled the property will be offered j I I End l't'ns8collll.IRht-Hou8e.of West(coal) wbarl W., navy N W ">.anl W., X. I SALOME BATISTE 1 Mercerized Fantisy Chambrys, ; !!) I. ''J I It Iti

II carefully by the jury and a I| for gale and the money thus ', u. .
I i j ThIs buoy U placed at tbe southeasterly NOVELTIES tt
-' A -11' hI. tore |I i verdict of guilty was reached. The I' derived used as provided for by Mrs. I I 1! point navy yard of the and nve marks-tathom the curve channel oil 1'eu-acnla to au- i ANDERSON'S SCOTCH MADRAS. .' !

.. hit;mU.- III shoes 1 i i court's mercy was asked. 1Vilkin*on's will. cbora e ground for deep draugbtebteu.. Actual worth !12Ji and I5c yard10cHoBday10c Our'Entirehtockof the above j II

a. :Ili. I Ed Whitaker was on trial at noon I Mr.[ Wm. Fisher i i.* administratorof I KOTllK TO )I.\RlSFno;. I three linen the : .I 1.'
I most popular mate- : i

Jiil.uein:il .mi collector the j for shooting his wife. The nejjro:' of :\ Wilkinson's estate and has: I I i i vice Itt'ltulatlons require the Inspection the Marine oft..b Hospitalcr from- I 1 0 I 0 rialsand"el1 roftbef'ea"OIllIotl1 i : '

) faces serious charge" and a lpngthrimprisoulnPut been agent for the property duringthe 1 foreign ports via domestic ports north of t ;
a i
I yard of which is worth less than 3T c f !
but via such at
"-indtr. W. w.1 I Iiy I Southern Maryland ports i; :
term will follow a life of Mrs. Middletou. Ship Inland where full pratique is given OR 10 YARDS FOR 85c. '
t ar.d W. P.1;.i fora.nuthernport, lnfrp clion is not pre- and up to We the yard-are to go at 1. 1

i po-ible conviction. 1 requisite to entrance I the sensational price: IIf ,tl; 'I
,, J
The and future of 8 Pieces '"Anderson's"Celebrated r
I I present i .
!' i..i:/ and Geo. ;, i t
lay is
Hood's It has
Witch Hazel Sarsaparilla are: 25c
MoDnffie's I The Marine Ho-pltal service has issuedthe : yard. JI
r.f II. Halliday !l.I i Foot Healer ii one of the tlnest! ; cured, it is curing, it will cure. ''I follow ing: Scotch Madras. I
I "t'oasstinuesseU! which are known and
.1 I at the store of known, cures prickly I _
i baby powders which, are in regular trade with Florida I Former price was2-je, yardMONDAY : :
., ; '."iie :HI, where I heat and give instant relief. from domestic ports of the United Htalen, JUST ARRIVED '
r 2": CENTS. VITAL STATISTICS may enter without detention that If or sickness Inspection of Lie. ,
'its indebted) to I with the understanding
Sold by Johll'ht'l'pnd! : :S. Pal- any character whatsoever shall develop I a
-t-ttle th-ir ac- Horid shall FULL LINE VELVET RIBBONS )
afox s-treet. during the voyage to ports : : '
I I FOR PAST WEEKThe j report to and the disposition.1 quarantine officers for mspection I 22 PIECES j 1 ..\


i, Mvity, was exhib- I Peasacola Lodge, :\0.3. K. of P.- j I THE SHIPPING. I Sash and Neck Ribbons I 1' :
latest vital statistics Former prim and 35c f
reported I yard
tai\ \ moinin, it Regular meeting Monday night, ; !i l
i VK8SK1.8:: : IN PORTKTKAMb111
: i i.itu: a trap set for July 21, at 8 o'cluck.It'mbers. are I at the otiice of the city clerk are as MONDAY ";t'. in all lopularhliades. t I
I PS. : ; i
.iHit was eximin- !specially requested to be present.Work i follows
in the rank of E:-quire. Members : : It AiberloTrevesYill.Cornelia: to Gull i iI ij '
/,iiisery few of ; of sister lodges and visit I i4eaUttt.WhiteR' I Transit ('u V : U I IAll
z ...t top, on a like ing brothers cordially invited.H. I hr fatten& Hall Co ,1.171: Weppener to liaarsUunwody : .

.. A. LEE, C. C. I H. Watts, 37 years, I!I Hr Cbatton, :SKI, S-anderion, to \V S Keyser S1.25 Quilts jjo at 90e.! I All f.I 75 j'lilts! go at $I 3-j. J I.

HENRY: HOKSI.EK' K. R. 8. typhoid fever ; Hannah Weiland, 32 1 i Br* Egmont Co Castle, KU, Fugb to Sullivan All Jl.-O Quilts go at ?1.1-J. All I' fiO (I Jilts go at ?l.Ki. r '

i u.: :[> i biou;;htdowna --- I years, lies:oii of brain ; Mary Co- Lumber('0 _.... : ._. Y 11 ; j r
"f 1'ythius exuur- CONCERT AND DANCE AT i I Am Evelyn Mills to Hull Transit Co
fr"lI1liltol1 and I :MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY I grove, 54 years, gastritis ; .1"y.,.. B. I span Knt-ro U'W, Dflgado, to Oulf Transit 1 I

,.! it 1'alufox wharf i i ii NIGHT. TRAINS AT 8. 8:30: ) AND Howe, 37 years, phthisis puhnonalis ; I, ser Br to A Karbwood Co: U-ni,, Brown Lo W Kt'y- W. J. & B. FORBES.I'Ii II ;

A number of Pen-i9.I 1 LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT Catharine Athey, HJ years, valvular Kr Incbmoor. *'I4 Has, to Haars A Co ( i
: Br Lustleigb. SVtt:, Baker, toW 8 KeysertCo '
:. boarded: fur the : II ::,&). TICKETS 23 CENTS", AT | i'I
heart disease Medora Nix, 63; ,
; years
1 'I I Am I'eniacola, I""". leech: to Gulf Trans I'l.
!.Inht;; was: excep- DEPOT. cancer of rectum Mary Girard, 43 Sit loI I Them the Boston Shoe More. z 11 .1
--- ; 'i 1 Hr fnlopia Hi11! burgess, to Klx M Uob- If Volt Buy a They are Good l.
acute Sarah Hum- Inson J
years, dysentery ; I Her fcotia. 1O, Hanrr. toGulf Transit Co i

t-\: :. .4....'..''.'. .. 1 "..T phrey 72 years, enteritK Lumber Br Silverdale CoNor 1711, Ball to I'ensacoU '

'; 5 Colored-Mary Holler, 15 years, ':I Transit: P*toI anna, SiTI, Christensen, to Gull i 1 Satisfaction and Service : j I ij : Y l'1

f. A FRESH SHIPMENT" OF k phthfi pulmoualis; Lucius Williams |I Br Tinin.lwiS.Twickenbam tiuano.tail l1a'I'to l uulf, to ord..rI Tmu'itlo ; : !

11.\\"I' M .\DI: E EI Ei
42 typhoid fever Edith I 'I
years ; 11111'' i II -
-. ":- -' I i HUB Kndymion !*-'. Fellersin to Kaar i E iI
G3 stomach trouble
v Signer, I '

.Slv\ITHFIELD- -i --- ,._- -- -- -HAMS.- -- --:; I Ben Jflft'rson12 year, aepolic :ab- |: Dune Br Kings ndy *County Co: ARK, :..a, Kilter to order !. $ Boston Shoe Store Shoes$ : : r i i'

.. cess ; Mattie Miller, .3: years, peritonitis Km Au,trana. 12.: Faier'ton to order 'IMHTLAIf.Tne }'

kf. Louise gamuel: M ; Nor Awrmore. 1"4H..1I."Il. to order : r .
; year
-- It Anna K Iarl11:1.: lloto, to Koaso
-- -. -- I Lots:! eye is satisfied with the aty e and flnih ; the foot ii satisfied with the
Geo. ,
,. debility ; Chappelle, Alexander r LI\\\'rt'nct'.IItlIl1a\t'nt'n. .; .
perfect fit aud absolute comfort the is satisfied with fair $
to W H Ke>fcri ( o ; purse a .
There were no births reported. I I It than those purchased tl-ewhtrc.
: I '
-- -- -- Nor l-uaro. Imi Nielsen: to order ;
Nor Hugo. "CU, Hanssen! toorder '
"FLORIDA = McDuffie's Tasteless Chill ,I! Kus Rhea tN", Nvrooa, tu order -- - oF< .I I'!
FRESH SYRUP Hr $ r.i'4Ooodall to order :'
will build broken down
Cure up
Nor HunDeam. t:>l. Andersen to order
systems aud make the blood rich and It l'homa,, *"t:!. Lauro. to order .
= healthy, certain cure for chill, guaranteed IIAIlKE\TUE. BOSTON SHOE STORE I.
i\ PER
GALLON JUGS 75cts or your money refunded. Am Ht'rb'rt.o'ull..r.oIli., Naee to order ,

50 CENTS.: Br "koda, "''i', Lee,to S S L Co
: :Sold by John Sheppard, 4..15 S. Pal : SCHOOVFKS.Am NATHAN (I. FOK'limiiK: 1'raprii>lo,'. #

: \vi: 1I .' III.1' afox street. Hirroarock **. Peters to Jno A t

M. Meal -- -- -- Merritt Br Mabel 4 Co Darling. Ill, Albany, to Simpson : Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street. I'i I 11 j

F. Gonzalez & Co's Corn = I Everybody has a right to a little A ('o I I "
piece of this earth. But they must Am Mary Hanford., McUonaldto.Ino| I 1 l f
ft IXC1.1'51v1LY.: I fight for it. They must watch their A Merritt Co THE 8-\ TA KOSA Fishing tackle of all kinds : ( 1 ,

tb mute to get it. and get it. Uf.CLKAKKl: AND 4A1LEU FOB FES j I FsTAi1L1sHMFSNTBathing and f g
Thos. C. Watson & Co. 9ACOLA.BTIAM8HIPS.. I sulti' BATHING good crab nets at the .; i. 1

I have some particularly fine bargains in the warm gulf! waters is : f Willis (lard waer Cos. I I 1J

: SOL CAHN & co. | I to offer just now, and they invite Llan,annor, I'.r, !o.M, Croston! at Rio Ja- conceeded to be the finest in the I ; :
you to come and investigate same. nterofortnzalrte world. Evfrvthlngforplea urn with VIRGINIA COLLEGE
I You will never regret having done :" lir, :TJenkins! at HamburgMay I, safety. Good board and lodging, by J I For YOt'NG IiADIKS. t. I' '
i fcO. BtRKS the day or week. Luncheon promptly -j ftoanoke. Va. ; !t
f- STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS, k Antonio t'rg 'isld Palm May served at all hours day or night. Scbools"penl"Ji'. 1M. hotl:!. one or the letdlor .. I
forouni Ladies
Htco.It.idTiblebay ::; in the H 'uth
MayUlixe. !
p k Elegant china closets,, lid Leltta Jan 11: I CHARLES H. BI-RTOX, New building, pianos and vfjaipmrnt. i" :
rner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. --- 2m-tf Manager.The Campus in rrn. brand mountain Kfae ;
la Valley f
f. sideboards and leather- I ij Va famwl for baltb. European ;
CA,9TOTtX. .. and Anxrcao lt>achri>. Fall coar. ,
i nc 17S. b-* ** Pensacola, Fla. = seat chairs at Marston $ 1....tkr 11w Ltd 1m Hal Erdff Ib," 'r goods and finest silver line novelties of sterling i* silver to be CooofrvatorT Elocution: students iwlvantago from Art thirty, .Muiicand Btatn. ,.,' I

Quina's. Low prices; easy t ,."t". 1 +-# .. found at J. I. Stephen. Prices to I For catlot MATTIE IM-add f.I>HARRIS M Prt'lildentr I })f .:

:\SS: payments. I please all. Roauoke'a I

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.,. i Mt. stt. ,,+ : litl1r! _\: l 4'i; ii: f 1. I f .. .. ;t. R :ijJMJ; ;. k ,f, .,J."" ., .- ..
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Row The? May le Made Triumph British Golf Champion.

of 1)re.a. James Braid present open championof A Society Belle of London Canada ,

WIIip! shirt waists: pure awl simple Great Britain is one of the trio of I

Are eo niutb worn it would seem almost Extract From a Letter Received by English: professionals that the will\ invade }MARKELL flow ia a a.: v a. ...

unntrrtsary: to speak of anything the United States during sumDlt'r.1[. I DISS London, Ontario, uralnanr er. V 'J.:

which m.t!: wiue under that heading How Familiar:!':, Braid is a Scotchman, and is a beauti star:._ nc! t u v' r "
Pinkham. skill'
but tlwre are ladies who cannot learn Mrs 1 generally believed be inferior in ful girl who knows what keep guar: t1"; .

to fetl really wll dresM.l !la a shirt: ; to Harry Pardon and J. II. Taylor ; suffering is and Wine of :
of y
years mature*
vat! "f nhale\ kind it may U?. These Words Must be to Many. :. whom he defeated in last year's contest I Cardui has brought her back Then the ",_aneei :;_- ,t .

Tor them wo Hid a number of estreiixly > much interest will be manifested i i to health. She is one of the n..t i i.c f-ar '. ,

pntij garments: made in such 1 In his work. | social favorites of her home Wine of dnlui ij w .

a 'way an to su;;z'st tint tllt'y'I'll' "I am so nervous and wretched." I feel as if I should fly." now !;j Braid will be accompanied by both | and her recovery to health f; best reid; fr m y. .' :"1

f uer<.rinteidfd 19 lit called shirt waists. familiar these expressions are Little things annoy you and make you i Vardon and Taylor and sensational !I has permitted her to enjoy oldaje. A mil.: a i.
A mon,; tU'sns waists, then, the first playing,is assured The Scotchman Isirletr [ the company of her have secures bi3
many o i
irritable. You can't t>lceiyou are until for ordinary duties, and are Xi llirktll. r .f
choke I* the tan fihored or natural I friends instead of lying on from theirsa3ering 3 -' .
subject to dizziness. J.;:
hade pnn;:ee and some of the lighter a bed of sickness and suff ing. For ing this treatiaent. It re.b '
silk*. They are made in a mannersupjrefcthe That earing-dnvn sensation helps to make you feel miserable. the health she now enjoys she rives strual troubles in aa incre:. 7 E ..'

of both lie n'g"shirl You have backache and pains low down in the Side, pain in top of credit to Wine of Cardui. She writes: time. In a simple ca
waists and the trl.:timer dress cor.saK'1These head, later on at the base of the brain. I "I Live found Wine of Cudui an excellent menses Wine of Car lui nevor: f.j.relieve C l x

lat -uioued arc mostly all Such a condition points unerringly to serious uterine trouble.If remedy for female trouble. suffered disordered menses is t'; r-. .e

made with a DUg boned lining ::lId you hail written to 3Irs. I'inkham when you first experienced, for thru years with terrible( bearing-down the cause of other female trou's: A 1

the outside drawn tightly to the fimrfat impaired vitality, you would have been spared these hours of awful i pains at the menstrual period. I could physician will tell you that t r ;

I the back with [!OtIIor than two buffering. -- hardly stand on my feet and was never the cause of a disease renlers t ..
four small and these "run ia fact seldom fails t .'
or real welL Wine of Cardui was the only easy i
will be out of life forever sister
l out" at the distance: lIf two Happiness gone your my unless I medicine that I could depend on to do me the cure. If you would have t! > ;
act promptly. Procure Lydia I]. IMnkliam's Vegetable Compound
fronts are unetiines simply; sucrelief which Miss Marked .- .
It is to Then any good, as I tried several with no ?
at once. absolutely sure help you. write to 3Irs.
drawn down feiiug'y! to a I"im; and the eels Wine of Cardui cured me and I Wine of Cirdai.: You: can take I it
whole! lilll"I.tJ1:11 a od 1 belt of i Pinkham understand., at Lynn, ilass., if there is anything about your case you do have now enjoyed perfect health for two out an examination and wit :

the same material: or a foidel! ribbon: I not + .. I years, and give you all the credit for I publicity whatever. You can t..,."
to match. The waist generally Islr1mmtl You need not be afraid to tell 3Irs. Pinkham the things you know you deserve it." the privacy of your haste al.1 i '
with applications! of lace. could not explain to the cIot'tOf-'Olll' letter will receive attention just as much benefit as if a c
from omen and is absolutely couticlf'ntial.Irs.. Pinkham'iat 1 For a young girl Wine of Cardui is prescribed it for yr.u. TI )_,u '
I'onget' was: :, are quite| the! prettiestand : ; ,
experience with such troubles enables her to tell you just what is the best remedy to guide her through men are feeling the rigor of r ..
uiosi ietiifd of all I I that I have best for. jou and she will charge you nothing for her advice. .1..t.. ," womanhood by starting the menstrualVui health by takingize of Car .....
hi en. ThI I ask is as I !have described, r ;l r: a1if

but the front I is ma.le III rat!,"'r more of I
a bltillMHl t fffefi thin IS l-eeu lli the .'. :.<" I',!{, ., A mil1.on s ff 7 .
II .. J. ;
J" WINE of '
1'" CARD Lave:f i i ;
other kinds of s,Ik. which! :ire mostly !"; _,1.0.?;'":11.''''r .., : urflCru .
Iurei1.! There are s() warily dainty tie y ; ;I'f -f' .

signs ia self t"OllIr.,1 silk em'iio.derj': .i I.. ',\j .t. I.. -- -
f nrrans"! along "tie side of the pongee : t.! ';...r. :t. ; .. ,.

j in tbe pietv that no rue need fan to .''-"' ,.I'.,':' ...Lt' f' .J'"-,,,''..'....."f.',. ,. 'f't't'1, I sp J" I THE NEW GROCERY STORE.MOVER .

have a rich and elegant waist if the ,ap.Uses'-r':: : .' ,"t;:'.::
Tut rod! Is One 'II.m.." ,...j ;. .,,' ; .. "!; o _ _ .
it ,
> suitably applied. I i.'
Ty !I1i .n' ,
J,'t.I .!. ... f r.
t1..r.'j. n' ;
; .
favorite way is to have the straightedge : .f.' ''';'' ', dl.:,':""' "..4 I : !. -
I \ "rt: ';. I.l'.r..,/[....,;..,t.:."..',.. :. I. WILL
open froa the joining; of t.e.! ..::1,.q. .....'i.Jth .'"'"" '(-!'. "..;.,<., I"" (..""tp''' ,
bhouldiTs down to the bottom of the "!!f Il.'J :.:; ;" '.I'J'':, ;' ',.f'r.
...1. .!.tI" ''( '.. t.: .I.I'.. .."...'..',.....'.,. .,,
\\aibt. This leases the to"j open about N e.I ;"i'l":! ".,,": .! ; .; 1 Keeps a Complete First-Class Up-to-Date Stockof
,'i''.;-'<: r..I..n. ..:.... ". .:,...r.... ,: .,"I I ,
Eli inches and !brings! it to n point at I ( II
I Fine
a i '' the bottom. There is in this case a i I Staple and Fancy Groceries.
t I stet front of soiuethhi; different! from
::1 the outside waist: and, !by this one may I t l the only one of the party who has not No 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block.

achieve actual triumphs! I I performed In this country and consequently -' TKLEPHONK: 327,

Tor lns>tai.ce. a preen silk lining I ) with I : he will draw unusual atten- ; ,

1 a coverlns of hI\HJ"IUl' lace or, In I tion. !

fact a lin'ns! ; of any pi'ef erred color! I I Braid is especially strong on long ;j Jot AND WOOD.

1 the deliciou! stub\ and tasteful effect %,. I of lofts and drives but his short shots j ji WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE

dt a tan waist! with the ,preenest ('0\,1 1 i are usually faulty. Were it not for this :

Bred with late one should! not cry out. 'I' failing he would have much better ; THIS HUMMER THAN EVE- EFCRE

against !it. irevn anyhow so Very chances for buccessfully!! defending: his :

ashionaKo: this season that it Is well : title this rt'nr.9 It I k, either Vardon SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCiA

worth one's while to have something; i,, or Taylor should not bate difficulty; Indisposing

of him. Ills victory a year Thompson Olsen & Co.

I II ago was Clearly n fluke, his two leading: ': ,

f rivals being far below their true form. :, Manresa Street, Teler h one Jv..

darn Ilnrton'4 ('rot. ,
One of the most beautiful of :Miss ..,.. -
i Clara Bartun's foreign! ; souvenirs i Is a ------

I testimonial she received on the eve of McKENZIE OERTING & COs

Mrs. McRae Tells of Happy Results Accomplished by her departure for Geneva as Jdt> ate ,

Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. i, to the Ked Cro-s international 'oll\'n. o -blALIbS: : 1:1- 0

tlon in ly S1 fl'omlt1lIllil" then queen'of
1, "DEARIR*. I'ISKU.Ul-I sulfen-cl with womb trouble, backache, nervousness Ship and General
Sen la. It is a massive gold cross, Chandlery Jlardaare
t t ., 1|. and dizziness! and when walking-hn.1 that bearinsr down f..dingbut
: the body of which is red enamel!, with
1I thanks to Lydi.i I'. PiukliamN Vegetable Compound I am now entirely i
) I j, well. I have no more pains or aches, can d.> my work, and walk without any the !Servian:; coat of arms in gold on one 80S AND COS S. PALAKOX 8Tnt ET.

', ja j// II I II I i bad feeling.! I will recommend your medicine to every one 1 can'' -Mia.I : side and the date of their accession to -dcE1W' '. r.

I I I I (;\.0. Me .1E, 14 Center St., Yonkers, X.Y. (Dec. 20,1'jtW.) [I the brotherhood IsTO.; oil the other. ]REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S tOM CO'*

But the most delicate part of this trompment GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RDs-SEL A HON'S PUMPH.
DEAR MM. 1'1"K"f : -I can truly state that I derived great benefit from 'I' !! resides in the fact that the
a aj the use of Lydi.i: 1L Pinkham's't.'g't.'tahlt..' Compound during Change of 'I'I cross Is mounted on our own red white Cum Jirdiji (Piiiti, Oils Iiaticil IsstrBonts hit!;, liclin I1tn)
LitI was so nervous that 1 could not sleep. uiy feet and limbs, would swell
and pain me a good deal and I suffered in other way: I took six bottles of 1 and blue ribbon, thus enabling his COMPASSES, LOGS KTO

your Compound and cheerfully recommend it to all..'- :\Iw;, .\. M. MtCAR1uca, 1 Rarton to wear the colors of her own i, C. McKenzie Oertin? Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent A.:3

j Ii tI Canton, 1'a. (Feb. 10,1001) .. country even when! donning; the I badge; i ciation.

I of Servia. A diploma creating; her a ,
Xo: other medicine in the world par received such iilespreadand
I member of the Servian society came
unqualified endorsement. Relines all !ou,, titutl.s. Post t, The Star
: I with this 'ross.-Washlngtun Laundry ,olhel..tthalsnmes'eptica1poople I ,
tIH ha\e frrn time t) time questioned the genuine- When Other Medicines Have Failed
REWARD ton .f Hi" 'Irt'.itnjnui letter ..t are constant? !
$50 0 0 pulls u'1(5( .- hue dej"jsited.;ih the National Take Foley's Kidney Cure. It has Biggest Busiest Best !
Litv: fall: nf I.vnn. :Mass., t.wouhichwilt cured when e\erjthins else has dis ,
be paid to any person mlw .t i''1 ilt >w that the abo%"* testimonials are Dot
> genuine ?r were puKi1: :,-d btu,is J' Mi me the ..,iler's special penrussioo. appointed. Sold by W. A. D'Akci-
1iL1 ( Lt L/ .-L>.ha t:. ukham Me
I -- An Evening: Call on
--- made'In
I \ f i lots of money to be
f Mnnaulnic John. I Road Is Now standard Gauge. real estate-lots of it. A real estate .;, ;r ', Your Swell FrieinN!

,, Tilt l! .LSbV !>KVTEV4IST: "John." she sal+1 !iuft!)'. 'hue: you Laredo Tex.. July 18-The last sign i; usually a finer-board to
peen swaying rpythinj! about me to section of the standard gauge rails wealth. Thos. C. Watson & you wi'l find will be war: .
In that restful rMjinr. .Ireeti parasols! Co. the leading Heal Estate firm i
f mother latrlyV1.No. was laid last night on the division of I 1
i are \ery iau'h lik! .- ." replied John. "Why do the Texas Mexican railway
and certainly buicticial to the you extending worth your while consider Go dressed and your linen i* irr"i|';
s eyes, thtni;:h w*' will !leave the question a lT 'I from Alice to Corpus Christ!, Tex.. and see them to-day, and don't wait
{ t I 'T.wau she said this morning that | and the first standard gauge train was '1 till to-morrow. Ix t able. A woman of r'fi.t:
of couipleMtm out. It is generallyroweded '
t that she who I she believed! you were on the eve of i! run through direct from Laredo to ---- -- 4, S always :gauges nan's well hr.
Va l can wear anything to I do not wish Marston $ Oidna are sole y" IY : I stincu
} prtvu next her skin! Is ossesstNl proposing me.ow | Corpus Christi.! The National wi.l I 'v by the condition of L l-

g cf a faultier: vmptsioii.To !I you to streak to mother when you have i now devote Its attention to widening agents for the celebrated # :- S, and be goes into her J.'reil

x j return to our ponp-e wait.I '.. i anything of that kind to &ay. Speakto I the gauge of the road from Laredo to Odorless refrigerators, Inured with beauty when i-

Pongee will wash like calico and is me and I'll manage the business Mexico City, and this work will be ; collars and cut!, have been tl<
with mother." : absolutely guaranteed or ,
therefore drsh able. When there is no I pushed to completion as rapidly as poj- ; "- at the Star Laundry.
9 } And John said he_would.! sible. \ refunded. ...:,, ,
inbroidt edge to the silk, any ar- money
t ranjreiuei.t of bertha inn be made, so Cut this out and take it to any I

a that the points of the bertha come to drug store or mE-. 'cine dealer and get ;! Acts Immediately. ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods CallEd for iii Deta3 r.: .

1 s the Imttom of the nulst. In the Illustration i'a box o! Chamberlain's Stomach auJ I Colds are sometimes more trouble-

s { I show a very handsome waist, Liver Tablets The best physic. They ;Isrrfii1 in summer than in winter, it's KIDNEY DISEASES TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.

r which can 1*' trinsfonue] from a also correct disorders of the stomach !j 5) Lard to keep from adding to them

Y ttrint waist to a haute dress by the addition ( Price :!;a) cents. I( white! cooling off after exercise. One WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager.
to of n bit anti l law with ends of : Minute Cough Cure cures at once. eau UM molt fatal of all d .

riblioii to mntih the j-olor! in the vestfront. : C.A.&Tc) TtIEL.leanthe : I A solutely safe. Acts immediately.
t When it Is desired that this I ire Ktf, 'H l ails 3aJI8Jgu&ttJI ;1 I Sure cure for coughs colds, croup i U:CS. i I Iie | TIME TABLE.
i threat and troubles.
shall !,,' n garret waist i the ribbon i Is removed # : I lung Hargis'Pharmacy.
and the self K-lt! i U !left only 01 TOLE
1 Kahn. IS EFFECT DECEMBER 1. llwl\
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This! wal>t I N made in pongee and also ,, -

a } in black thins silk. It Is Uithcult to New Orleans and Mobile.
wbiih is the handsomer. The I ---- ----
ay : or money efuneUi ConttiniffmtJiet .
pongee In this Instance had the vest oft LAW DEPARTMENTOF "0.8 SOi. 1 So.!. So.I. 1 Noi \o, s
t rccof lcl )by toti j:15 a Ul ID ILK'S p Lean_.. PeDucola.Arrl1'e 6:1,) a....' p "J D
( the same silk but the lace over it was !' 9:5J a %::!7 p I 1:1t: a Leave_. Jolomaton.._. Leave 2:3. a t;S) 1 D
: pure \v bite. When the vest Is of a suitable i': runt physicians u the but fot 11:00& 4:22P: I 2: a Leave. _._ Mobile ,_ Leave 11n't 111 p n Dn
__ 708)a LPaY&.N ( I..aDllnLfa.ei; ,
j J color the law I Is generally ecru or Kidney and BU44 troublu. :'p 7':5a

flai. IIENUIUTTE IWU ::;E.\C. John Stetson University it" North.
I, PaD 11. eat .JM\ _

1D "I am using a box of Chamberlain's Do Xj/xnd Florida. W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. ... No. !. No i. So. I No .
i F Stomach and Liver Tablets and find llara pm 1:15pm Leave__ Pensacola .....Arrive i 'lIpm 6oJ'I1
them the best thing fui my stomachI JOHN 1'. FOKBES. Ph. l>.. I'r.llent.IBEnT J. FAKimi, LU B., Dean 8:15am 8: 1p m Arrive_ Montomary _Leave 11:15am ea5 p ea1L
; I I SPECIAL MASTEU'4 SALK.Br 59am 9:01pm Arrlye. Bnmiagham.Leave a: lam 1bpm:
I ever used," fays T.V.. Robinson i|i Tall Term Commence 1S'eIne..dayOctober 1 IDOH. 7:05 p m 3:111. m Arrive.NasbnmeLeave _....
z i Justice of the Peace, Loomis, Mich. virtue of a decree rendered by the t.:5): a m 1J:13. m Arrive_Louisville ....van e:15 p m l.tS a ED
: TWO YEARS' t'UCR9E-The Law Department John B. Stetson University gives Honorable L.J. Iteeres, judge of the Cir 7O! a m 11:5, am ArrlnClnclnnatlLun 8/) p m 11 .' P mi
disorders i 1 two-years' course leading to the degree of LL. B. cult Court ot tbe First Judicial Circuit of 7:5)am: lpm Arrive .... 8t. Loals ....Lean iU pm. "\ .. m
DEGREE ADMITS TO THE BAThe dIploma of theLaw Department' of John B. Florida in and for fcicambia County In i i I
l the liver and bowels. They are easy I I Stetson University: admits the Bar. chancery iltuo?,in certain cause pending PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
I FURTHER INhOKMATiON-Kor the Law Announcement of J-S.and allother de- In said court wherein Lucy Inch is com I I
to take and pleasant in effect. Price slrel: Information regarding the Law rIepartmeat.aidres.: plainant and George L. Cooke,Joanna ben No n-Dally No. I-Dally I Nostop where time not shown so. 2-1>ally h1166 :
:5 cents per bos. For sale by all !, ALBERT J. FARRAH, Dean cf Law: Department i nero Morris Bear as administrator of the i :.:.
druggists and medicine dealers. De tate o( Le-ii Bear,deceased, John i: p m 7:00 a m Leave._ Peasseoia.-Arrive 10:50) p It1 1\ AI P ID
j I IFoley's I Land: Fla. raaaa Wm. A. Blouot. Live Oak 1".1 UU night 7:13" .. ._ Bohemta_ 10: T" 1U'O" \ ,,.
Co., a corporation, and J. M. Pfelffer and :! 7:1'1" .. _. Ynlenra jIii" 1\ .J
M.Jone.&I necutora of the last will and Ur.\: 7:1.: _E.calDbla_ 10:32" 5s7:
Honey and Tart testament of Anna sexauer, deceased are I I U.35" 7:25" Iolat 10:1": 5.1.5
Tulane University of Louisiana. defendant I will expose lor tale to the Il:39 7N":: "__ Harp ._ 10I": fi.' (opiates. highest bidder for cash at public outcry at U:') 7:35": _Ga CUy_ 10:1 5 '
the county court house doer la the city of 13:51 7 '!II" __ M11ton.._ 1la( to 5."
Now Orloa.n Feasacola. said Escambla county during 11 a m ._.. U _Good Ral1le.,.. __ to ss
Seasonable householdand the legal hoar of tale on Monday tbe IM" 8:1S" __Holte_ pgg II ..
I fourth day of Au gust. A. O.iwii. the following 2i) 8It: MIlligan 9:20 .r e.::1t 1
utensils at the II described real estate situated, lylnjacd ; 84 .". _.Creshlew_ In" r: .-
kitchen EDWIN A. ALDERMAN LL.D. President being in Escatntua County Florida to-wit: 1:00" 856 ._D eer Lanl1 II 1:66 II I a
t Hardware Co.'s. I I I WU of lot i-v, block 14, Old City of Fensa- IS" e:19" Mossy Head II 8:") to 1 :1
Willis cola, fronting 40 feet. more or less, on UOTeminent ,:()3" 1:33" .I1eFIlD1ak8prtl1lL. 9x9 tut
s I I Full Courses in Lan aalt's.Sciences, Engineering. Law Medicine Pharmacy Art. stre!t by a depth of IWfeet, more ili" e:" Argyle. Tat t'1
Savers Separate Departments. Sixteen Buildings. Extensive Libraries. Laboratories or less, between parallel lines; and argent i:") ': 7' Pence d. LeoIL.- TiP -f .3
The man who owns his own home and Workshops. :Splendid Department far Women In the! Newcomb College. lot 4>,ahackelford Plan, in the said city of 6:00" In.( "_WntyU1e__ 7U" 1 '.\
a:' insures himself) against lots of I I Tulane makes leaders In all vocations. Its facilities for Instruction Tensacola which embraces lots I,:i, S. and 6iII! 10:15' __ CaryYllle_ 7:11" I...
trouble and Nobody can are unsurpassedIn Sin block il.Se..C1ty tract all according IUI! U1' _p.onUay_ 655: II 1 !1
worry. In South. Elltbty..lllnltrncton and Ii3: students last session. Many
scholarship _. .
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to map of said city copyrighted by T. C. 10.7" Cblpley :.iI7" I a
raise bis rent, and tbe rent day baa I tn the academic department open to Louisiana boys. Expenses of scholarship student Watson in le.4, except the said arpent lot Si II 1117"' _..Cotton4ale.," ':Ii" h" case
no terrors for him. It's easy to owna 1175 for sesiion. Board and lodging dormitories at low rates. Opportunities aSorded: 49.Bbackelford Plan,aforesaid. Terms cash; 7:00 II 11:25 _Martanna.-., to 8/)) II I: ., "
academic students for In the Acalemlc
self-help. Colleges no boy if prepared! purchaser to for titles 7 ) to 11:1": res. 6:2 1" 11t.: e m1W
Neat pay
borne now-a-days. Thos. for college work,mil be turned away from inability to pay taltioa. session begins E. D,BEGGB 11:5: .-Gran Ridge.- 6S Ii.
Watson & Co. can tell you C.I[ October Hi. Send for Catalogue. Master in Chancery T:59 .' U:06 noon .. Bawds--__ to 61 II I, .
e* y it ij. Call ana see them. Illl Address, R. K.BBUFF,Secretary. J713 oewiSSpectat 8i UU" ArriveRiver61nct10a _Leave 6:1/ I. :L

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Cures All Kinds of Justices Teckham and McKenna are Former Senator Receives Great Ova- I

the only two of the nine members of tion at Oyster Bay. !

Kidney and Bladder Troubles the supreme court who are not college Oyster Bay, July 18.-Former Senator 1 I I:

graduates. David B. Hill arrived here yester. !

and Bladder Trouble Rheumatism Charles Curtis of Topeka, who repre- day evening to be the guest over night !
Kidut-y '
sents the First district of Kansas in Of William F. Sheehan, ex-lieutenant'( tt
il all )kinds of diseases produced by an
i. the house and hopes to be shifted over governor of New York who owns a I t '
of uric acid.
.3114! to the senate hits Indian blood in his handsome country home near Oyster J

reins. Bay. !

HarrisLithia The Duke de Tenthievre, son of the As the train bearing Mr. Hill pulled for Infants and Children. i \ i :
Prince de Joinville was the only European Into the station a salute of 17 ; .Ir
guns Castoria j i-* a lianuloss substitute for Castor Oil, Pare" ,
prince who ever entered West was fired, and when he stepped from gone, Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Ploaxint. It i : ,

Water Point and he was hazed neatly to the train! he was cordially and vociferously contains neither Opium, Jlorphino nor other NarcoticMilMaace. : i :

I death. ] greeted by a great crowd of ad It destroys AVnnus and allays I :

mirers.As It cures! Diarrlura aulVind Colic It relieves Teething I il I
Bellamy Storer, United States mInis- i
Troubles and cures Constipation.! It regulate the : :
Ie recommended by the Lest physicians all ter to Spain! has given $_,000 toward the carriage which was to take Stomach and Bowels-, giving healthy and natural bleep : : t

n r the United States. For sale every the fund for building the annex to Mr. Hill to Mr. Sheehan's home left The Children's lauucea-TlIe Mother's Friend. ,

Glockner sanitarium at Colorado the station some enthusiastic

shipped-anywhere. Springs.The called out "Three cheers for David person DRill The Kind You Have Always Bough "t : : :

late Amos Cummings was the the next president of the United

Nothing Can Compare champion of the birds In congress, and States!" and they were given with a Bears the Signature of ; : 3

II.*:,.KILIT HI A CARBONATED WATER for table nfe. HARRIS LHHIAv some of his most brilliant speecheswere will. j !
i ii the'finest of all ,
ALE ales.
IK made in behalf of his feathered .

friends. Tried For High Treason.
Write for Free BooHlets-Full testimonials of caret, tnalyeee!, Mazeru. Basutoland :
July 18. .
t to show to your physician, President Roosevelt's address on the i
Bible has been widely distributed by trial of Chef Joel on the charges : thigh ;

Harris Lithia Springs Co., Harris Springs, S. C. the American Bible society. It has sent brother treason, and fighting against his 1 In Use For Over 30 Years. i
out SO.OCO copies in English and 10,000 contempt of court 't i

has resulted In his sentence to .,, .. .
copies in Spanish. a year's +.r mnuuo n Y U..a.wr.tty. rw.o er.EYery .

Natal' oldest ('flo1lslIr.: Francis Imprisonment and to pay a fine of 500: :
)N OK TELEPHONE has died head of cattle. The town was lively
Armstrong aped eightyseven.
M. W. MARSHALL. Pensacola, Fla. lIe landed at Port Natal In 1841, during the trial. Tile most important Woman ; +

and one of his daughters was the first Basuto chiefs were present. Lerothodi, Is interested ml !..mid know
> British child born in the colony the paramount chief, walked to tie: WI GO. i '! l l aloulthewuudeKia '

A Pnllnrr. Haleehop ClfoOnl of'AII. prison with Joel. U ,eq! MtR1LNhirlingSpray !
Charles! :Mich.iels of Indianapolis has (' tt' iP Thm wtul lti Surgical ('\\'anJiIlt''s is eitendr-d from \ anil *jr<. .*. ltptsi -*.1.
the finest collection of mound builders'pottery .
Mow C
r AT hospitals to \arious business! enterprises in existence Most of the relic Police Stopped Duel. Importer and Dealers In- Il tlraaw..Tt-1. .em.; : :

iu which food Is handliij.: Dairies were dug from It mound some thirty Stockholm. July IS.-It is now said] '.k;nr...,
II wlitreo !s are prooined before miles north of New Madrid, Mo. that the police! got wind of the pro.poswl Chinese and JapaneseFancy tl-r.mmlNpplrhMMcMlkl.anrplgo t
'1tr' I"fins milked and where the personal (011..r. hui wild. Bluiup for tl. \. '4 ,
between .
Captain 5
Arvi ;
Walter MacCwen. the American Goods h"ltatl'oll.,1l! r.k4 It n\\et
tieauihess of the milkers is in.., h'U1'1I IuL, panuulanauldnwlanlnraaaLlrluLiW1
painter' residing'' in Paris has been \Vester. of the general staff of th,' ; MMUH.IO.- : I
are (',rousnmii up t<> dare meat andKTociry nWlnlt.tour of the Swedish army and William Casper, FINE CHINA TEAS y f ;
medals of
shops have the stock two gold in Room .!.'!Times Bid K., New \ork. I, \I ;
protectHi -
Hate at the Vienna exhibition presented American manager of the Grand 31 South Palafcx St
and b.the. plentiful' use of white b.v the Austrian orel'ulllent.I I Arena palace, and prevented the f '
{: me it. Laundry Office. Pensacola, Fin !
'J # paper the actual, handling of meat, NOTICE .
1 log
d A wonderful :
beard is worn by Jean 1
\eietal.e.| and fruits Is educed t.. a I have been authorized to take .
Conlon of !
I Mtntlucou, France. It is 10
m nmlllll. The lewin has now reached !, feet lo'i Indies in length and nearly GOLD Dl'ST. I t w riibt-criptiona for'm.. Jennings j I
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/w I ,
in of which it I
many was
five feet of it when he stand erect I Bryan's paper, "The Commoner.Tesetiny'apsulessresupenor5 .
\. w t jne.itly niiihtl. one lar11lkrr flf I M
) rifts on the tluor. The ends of his mustache The price i is! $1.00 I. per year in ad. l' !
Now York provides spray baths in Its "Let the GOLD DUST: twins do jour work. to balsam of Copaiba, I
hang below' his waiJ j desiring
establKhiiK-nt and ronhree: every baker I C'-'bcb end Injection 8'i Isacs. paper
Clarence .\. Kl.ick, a IMroit millionaire I 1 I' -
I Pent to them by seedingf
to take a bath before poins to work: TVy (U1'PiTJ48 hours the
has been satin a good exampleto f 1.00( to the underpinned.H.M.. ,
and to put' on a complete! change: offresh : 1.1\.-c* .g t other rich men b.v serving; for several -
-- \ clothing which is furnished and '..tLe. Sill n tfy ll Oij\JGJISYII\ Care News.
dais as juror in a justice court Daily !
,., laundered I by the lirra. On quitting ,
.i:r: where nearly nil the cases are those of
work the suits are taken off and left fl
l lit
d", \HOII:; in deI petty quarrels between individuals and I
at the bakery. In warm weather afresh \
L!:;:,'. outfit is provided every day. One the police THE GARDEN SECTION i'I[I II'I i .

A. Pautz of Hiawatha Kan., had .
this a / w.v I i
of the products' of bakery is-liomethimj i a ..llyI
I" 'llllr. novel experience during the civil war. ws o-OF-o Ii '
_>ou l.aJ your parLife. lie was drafted Into the army, but w I \
baked trustless< sandwich bread and islargely
.,"* used by lIutds.-Xew YorkPost when! he appeared at the recruiting office l Pensacola, Florida i E d;

"- -__. it was found that he had been (1

i-.-.:___ drafted as A. 1'antz. and, bis name not Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. Ii
I trtiir One, being Pantz, he was suffered to go tree
.. 4 hat. Dao'lo,; Stare.The .. :I This would be a cleaner tr'ehter: world if every
-"....rI I rcu-latinus of the spectroscope, I housekeeper usedGOLD Beautiful Lots for Sale. I ;
1 I I. vat of l't1'le whkh is capable of showing the displacement FRUITS .
1 i i>fr. ;
i'\ tea' Tribune. I earth make the starry heavens to thefItrunOIl1t'r' It!Mu/f/p//* -your pleasures: DlrWycur
crow dtd. efforts Sublr cl -hom cares; Adds- i
s eye appear almost as full!! I ; your to location and surroundings.
to hie.
e System. of mazy motions as 1 is a cloud of gnats It necessary to scrape: a tree, choosea your 't ,
by ,
> :\ that thet's. d.UK-iti! !; in the sunbeam'" Every increase damp time. Chicago New York. Boston, St. Louis Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, d

,',: : Cou- in the power of the observing; Stake young trees in exposed! situations Makers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP. High, Dry Fertile Lands. i

'I"; in theniines9 apparatus brings to notice new ""pectro if they are liable to be severely

?! ci.pic binaries"," which are simply shaken by the winds.
n un- The grandest opportunity for investment ever i
.. double stars that cannot be separatelyseen The more peach trees are cut back !

riouslied.. cither lns-aiiM" of tlii-ir extreme when young the more stocky will be cffered in Pensacola. \ 1 I I ii <

t-nt -loM'iie-4 or becau only one of them the trunk and branches. If You Have i : :
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Borne Seekers Should See These Lots i i JI
: liver is a sliining body. It Is the erratic motions In planting dwarf pears the enlargement : ,

.fun Of of thec wonderful !stars that ieeal where the pear and quince unite ,

> ilo notuthtning \ their true character. One of the should be about two inches below the Ao STa Clubbs :

latest to be discovered is Eta Orionis surface. RheumatismURIGSOL >i ; ; ;!
'o perform of
below the bolt
wli'ih just
Many trees would bear fruit If they
iji" or dis- Sumi'timiM is ; Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. j
I ., Orion. this star speedingtoward ; had about one-half of the limbs nutIlranch's f I ; :
J hll !
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the earth more than forty miles! let the great tested and :
cut out, 'so as to sun endorsed California

a sceond and a few nights!;; later is bur- act on the leaves and assist Iu preventing Remedy will cure V. 0. BKKXf. WM. H KXOWLKH, W.K.H\'Y.U.JR., J, us. KEEHK.: : : t! i
.... r.ving; away with a similar velocity. you. It also cures Liver Kidney and
?red l'ap mildew. Bladder diseases caused by an excels(if I President. Vice-President, Caehter Aii't caehlet !

f ..rt\\'l'h'emonth In many cases it is a good plan to uric acid. It never fails and builds tip : !
1'hottirraphlug the thud ian. the health and etrergth while tiling it.
Uy iiew>iiip! 'r- shorten the ends of the grape shoots
13'ucI6tamp for book of wonderful certiflcatw -
Tinfart that the Mm when pui.edon
rilwrs think of which are bearing fruit at about the Price. $1 per bottle. For sale First National BankOF
the h..rlz sometimes appears' I by druggista. If your driiKtflst ran not
:hat So the sub- greatly distorted III' drawn out into the second or third leaf above the bunch, j supply you it will be rent prepaid upon !
"I'\lit'rll Light taking care not to take away too much receipt of price. Address 1
form of an oval Is well known and the
,puhlithetl in BetitiMtit <- -xpliiiatii: i.'I'r 1I1IIe-lInmdy. foliage. Jltal Chemical Co., Los AngelesCal.or !.
I ; rates arc PENSACOLA. FLA.WM. : i ;
the rapidLange! In the refractive index fiiunttni Ihrm. \ the ;
.ivatiuli.! it is .
nn- t111' e'It'rt..till of the air neap thc horizon, in eon- "Mr. AVoodby AVitte says world.that: thereare Lamar & Rankin' Drug Co, Atlanta, 6a. Dxn.EO"ran.:: :: s I
MMiuence of uhiih the lower edge of only eight jokes in the I ; i
:: reading."i ; the sun flpp 'ar to IKJ lifted with reference "I should never have suspected from Distributing Agents. H. KNOWLE3. A. BLODNT, F. C. BRKN1 .V.K.HYERl.t I ,1t

'- |,le. Single; ( ii"- to the upper edge, and s-o the disk his efforts to amuse," answered Miss D. O. BRENT, ;, :

fur :"let-ills. Theii looks as if Mintv/etl Let\seci top anti Cayenne languidly "that he had found

1 t urdiu.iry down" in inanila make: In.ttoiu. lteeiitl.v: Trofesxir! Prinz of so mIIIJ.-" AVashlngtou Star. y. HAIR. BALSAM rml( i tX A B hnd\ I 1'' :
ClPin. lilff :1:1r
It is plainly o\i- :the\ P.i-u.I lame S.J" observatory scale photographs, bas obtained of the This Will Interest Man. =! never Promote Faia ODd a beautit Restore.nt r*,,due,,.Ih.Gray half 5 au mu m 1 i :

printed vim na or- i Hair to its Youthful. Color. :
setting sun which distinctly show the! To quickly introduce 1J. J?. IJ. Cum c&lp II.!*.... .*A Li.r laiUrg.. | s
"iii its UI.-lIell' + be..ndi ,1"or'ia
dfi'oniiati of the disk and render itsiwaMireiiU'iit (Botanic mood Hahn J, the famous, : r draw oar own Bills of Exchange: on Ureat Britain, Ireland t i : t I

very eay.; In one case. Southern blood (cure into new Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Bpain, Belgium, Raaala, Kd i. : [ t
theertical dinuietor is to the horizontal
Keeps It Handy. in thl'l'ati."f seentylietoeiiLtrfoiir. homes we will send, ab-olutely free : LODGE DIRECTORYi way, Sweden, Denmark and ctber European. conntrtag. I' I !) ? t f
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ted a long time Sonieiimes the distortion i igrtaier is 1UUJO>t I trial treatments. Jlotauic: i Weasels Dlsbnraed! upon tho Most Favorable Terms, and 'he" I.r ; t

tins and general : than that. Blood Balm t B. L'. B.) quickly cures I OF PYTHI Obligations Taken Payable at Port of estmatloii Ten or Fifteen Dar. t 'I

,. old ulcers, scrofula, eczema, itching I I after Vessel Arrives there. .
:' .irily to intli es. ----;-- ii -
(>( II"&I'nl.I.otIAf', So. 3. K. of f*. I I' <
Spalding Veroim.o Vacation Days. skin and blood humors, cancer eat i
jog, festering ;ores, boils carbuncle*,,.1' meets every Monday ere. ftT'Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection U
'- I got her to try Vacation time is here and the children pimples olleiiive eruptions, pains' log at M.''IU at rattle Ka- with which we have a PrivaApartiaent' for theUia I l :
In tbe BRSLERNuilhnx. tUounr.W.t I
tttr at once awl are fairly living out of doors. in bones er joints rheumatism, catarrh 'I t third Boor of Rent Art. j. f 'J {

i seventy-six eats There could be no healthier place for or any blood or 'kin trouble,.1! t vl<log brethren eordia'l \ :i \ t
"., remal kill ; that Botanic Blood Balm i B, B. B. > hen Is. I weloomed
I them. You need only to guard aaainst H A LFE
:.T.Tts, as she has everysore or pimple makes tl.e\ i 'c!' H, !:

.'.'1 handy." Do not I the accidents incidt-ntal to most open- blood pure and rich and stop* nil I, I I' K. K.A H.T WE WILL- FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! ; : II : !
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flit symptoms air sports. No remedy equals DcAVitt'ajj'itch :aches and pains. Botanic BloodBalmfH. I ; 7 r
If jour till(Uaflt is 11. B.t) thoroughly tested > J
Hazel Salve for quickly ;
stopping Writ tfMUr fnr tamlt ,
-mill be gocxl. Ito.lot i for 3D year* ji ho-pital and private Laurels .w. ..,m Ii incur t our,.t.i,.._..- RFD i liE f..rrEIl" "t. ,
II!: and strengthensug ; |' pain or removing danger of serif practice and his: cured thou-and-f tt r I aatlne> .tutni',7 tug... pi.I ..,,. "r ii.., .. r ; ." red 1. It
fit u 'it tr ,
0115 conse ., ,
-! jour food. It f ca : and wounds. "1 used lleYitt'sVitcl! t'I i yon nl+' ht, : XM.or ,. i
a 'y'
1 le. ll'ireis': 1'har- Jl per large bottle. Foi I Inns :; ,: rr itirii "" i :
Hazel Sal\e for sores cuts anilbruises. i. "Paris ExMMitioaM ,, {
uctmr rh.twt. wurtI.6rvl I
free treatment write to Blood Balm ,
and ant
Sydney ." L. R. Johnson Swift,, i made the Gold. "oQ'- preu, nun In i h-'mat.-I. .' : i..t., I "J P. I Ii
says I 1 .. .. .... .
Co., Atlanta, (in. Medicine sent al t Medal Award to IfbiM ar ii.aJ ar. Kr .vr*, I It".al I' r Iu.j.; u.I1e .
Tex. "It is the best remedy on the Describe trouble i <44<> market." ?use cure for piles and! once prepaid j U..ail"'of wlioM-lltouyM. !"I iowe i' .',. ). I,i ..
free medical RotaniBlood I l>
advice .11.1.1.+ M4A
given. dH K ve a r iaiirr I I
a' >' .Vtirmlim.i" of I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY I -I... hmm ,'. .-1 1 .
eifij. I skin diseases: Hew are counterfeits Ihlm11.( B. Bj) 2'inlife toy trl a r 1."!;i +t ritp' 'i-- i i.n I ; ti

/ ., regular lne tn! { of llareis' Pharmacy John She I* vigor: and strength to the blood. 'Phfinest Rrier>.t.. yr, n>rn-1. B,.Palto..v'i. .. .t' ... IIi I"-.. I twi
r.m .rrvnoeh p'> .w4 w i' .on" ".nilt m i ...., v.. 1 ,' f i ; I i '
Medical pard and Sydney Kahn. Blood purifier made. Botanic I ft if inulicr r i at .
Society Blood Balm B. B. H. give a[ WHISKEY 'I.M 1.1'I.t' Ct.\W urkK. *..rannrwir"1 ix.MAMu ,a. t '"i !I 'S
f Heilth ofi ce at b ; XL..' i -.iiv. 22.iciaue I Know One Snr rteme.lrIeran healthy Blood supply to the skin :ace U fwfiTel to.d.v. M; ,Jrt'.mcrt arc id!. TTTWI... we ai,". a y. rr 10.I !
July .. .
ol.-tiie coiJ. l!e name U ""nv-Balerta entire wen''d.O tier :lamp W. fit wrtruayat. Tt I.
.ire cordially sytem. Gold medal, lIelmrea".b..tort: \\IoD.III..r, : r Vs "on''J.'I o\aJ. I nRI tin : i f
., .
.,u awarded a| 0 I.w II&)&. 1 am m>rc' than p awl nth tie. It Ar 1 Irr T (I* r-rte ICI .-rmo&ey 't ) .ar ; .
1. OLL19'1'OftZA.: : "a ol.aaawhip mandolin ., Mn. AOM:> J111 'UJ."('' ln-t<** I>&J'.I' ( ***. !*..*% ....Ia'. !: )

t'K A' C. DKWBEKY Preideut.ut Bears the The kt d You Hale A as !,UIi8J&uatue ; ,tb ihs kind Yaa Hare I'sas; 1:1II': me SAlVONA SOAP CO.. Cor. 12th & Pine Sts. ST. LOUIS, MO. 1

II ? # _' eTI1" I :
> ; -+
cretary. Gl iSCl4 oy UcoCGtisaCt DrU. I 11 i'i'i i I !I'I'j i I

I ; I!
The force of oratory wrecked Rome and mode Christianity live I Jtb'aham Lincoln. t)
Etf-rburg Ohio larch 15, 1901 I. 1 t ,:

FORCE FOOD co., : 1 \: .II
L'uifalo K. Y i i
r''n.Enry! Sunday I preach three !, i }I'

times!, attend two :un.lay bcbools end one .. : j,

hpwortL: League. When I come In SundaytM'nlnfn j' I
too txLaustrd to digest an ordinary 1 1'; i''

T and yet needing/ something to give j 1 :j
oCE.-- strength for the rr'm"ir.It'Jduli.: ..R (>f the day. 'f'
I make my supra largely of FORCE It f j. ;

divests without I n-inindir.g me that I I have t, I ;!t.,

stomach, and yet il BO MrenL-ihuis me that I : j
my last service no more weary than utfciirpT educe .. '
time It ia the food Cur the weak "

stomach .j
Your\"rITtruly -
i i1limc
f urL.t ed ;a uppiicuticai. t tt
Nourishing Dreahfast Food for Brain WorKera i I 1


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-! y,25sESS2SES5 l i'Iosanilr. l Due to'-NerrouI : F R. POU, Oat I I I FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY_ -

: : : : FEED, LIVERY AND SALE STABLES. Minutes of Your
end Mental TrolllJlc Time
m OPEN DAY AND: NIGHT. I,-. \v.M inti-inliMiria :Mn-i-t.
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.!52525'2525225'2S'2252l. -- POU & GINGLES, Managers. : Is all it'will take to read this ad.

)Ir. R. B M'rriof JJj;daJ is in PAINE'SCELERCOAl \' ._.v ',. .1\ .. and it will pay you at the rate ct

the thy todajMH -.
| a dollar a minute in money that
i NEllie Andrew is vi-iting POUND R. POU.zat.zO:

i relatives at lliifJad. F I:j '. you will save. J1- & "':'i_

Dr. and! ;MrW.. O. Crpn-haware 1'11\\1'1' of x.-ilHj ;iiilKiMk I
vlolltin friends in Milton.Cipt. ..of..of. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER.
g of llr.iltli !in the i

? (i. Parodi of Robinson Poiut Hot -'atllt'l' 17 West Icten&ncia Street. Office! ( Phone :31. ReMJenco; Phone, C73. ;( $1.7 I 5 MI-vEV Patf-ut and Leather :sandal: S 1!t .4-Q 5 5I

I 1 a bu-int-:! isitor today.Mr .

t tg *. ('ha. Hell f i., the r ueit of I lier j juter by Nervou nietital: I*dl..lurb:1nlE'prHduce di-f-a-e:!" when aggravated more THE BIG STORE $1.5 I U IlS-ES' Cross :Straps: and One Strap SaiJ.: 0 : 5

''c i 1 Mrs. I.. J.. Ayward, Miltor.. ,caueof in-auity ill the hot wtatir
han at other sEa-uu..f the rear.Nervou $ I.25
Mr. W. S. Keyser returned the headache t.ervoudr-pep-' :1IIt-SF'S' Red Kid and Patent1'arnfSand.titI. : J

ity this morning from a trip to MilOil. ,sia, --leeplfes-ne-- chronic e"ni -'OFFERS.rSPECIAL --

( i i i extreme-tlj'atiolinduce weakness deprtsaiou" morbid of!-i fcaidtpondehcy 'mt-,. $ I I.50 l'H I LD-*' Patettand Leather Tip t-'u.Jal-. S !' 4. 3VPI.20 3

r W. C. [cOlvLI: of Chumuckli ar and lin our; fr ai.

s iVt"J on the early m.ruillri train to- !tne-e. dread lusaiuty comeslowly BARGAINS I
s ae day.t but ,=urelr. CHILDS' Cross straps and One strap Saud.ii- Si i 00

Nervous sulferers have a dread of

i )[P-H5. Redo Blount and Teno : hot weather. Finding:: theui-elve I IN EVERY DEPARTMENT THIS WEEK. $1.00 I .
CHILIIted; Kid
deeper ill the pit of misery than they and Patent Vamp rand..75 : ..-
I Urect left la-t night for Ciuciunati o
iI were in the spring and earlyuni-
I t on :i pleasure trip.
uifr, they are in utter de-p'tir.
1 ii ;j Mi i".* Emma Joyner of P.asdad iI4 i- There i ihope for j on. dear reader, BHOES.i i; HARDWARE. INFANTS': Red Kill FauJali. .43
if you are one of the sulferer You
_ F k vijitingMr*. Oraysou Joyner and timid in need of Paine'? Celery Com \Ve are over stocked on Ladies't i A Fine $12.50Refrigerator! ) : for.s.7"> -

S >her friends thi- week pound that great builuT of the Oxford?, and to make room for our ; A Fine 2t Miiujr Broom for. .. 27c

I John .Caster of New Orleau ar- tiun nervousytem.commence*.with Its the vitaliziiu:fir-t bottle ac Immense Stock of SHOES Pur-jA| Good 3-Strins Broom for. .. 2uc! MEYER SHOE CO. .
cba-ed for Fall, and to arrive m1 '
rivej at the March; nits this mom are :
you n-e. volume of blood immediately \Q All Kip \Vaii""SMtched
my. He ii a boiler Inspector. increase--, in the arteries, a few day, we ha decided to Offer j Waron! Collar from. ..t195!: to 12 71
'1 and the body) is fully fed and nourihed. our Entire! Stock at the following Feel t Kiiini-licrs! ( J>h 0111,.
t I & Rtv. Oeo.V.. Carpenter I; attending Your appetite become 'f"l1- Greatly Reduced Price-: I Ai'od UTebb Halter for.... .. :*
the di-trict culf..rellceoCth-the; 1 br and natural, the nerves and brain 1 1A Good Liht-\Vei'ht Iluirjr.v
3 a-trenthruEdand Lace m.puijp All <1 5" Oxford for..,.. .....* 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.l .
letbodi-t church at Oaor;;iaai, Ala.MM. you Collar from.... .. ......7">3 to SI I 23RuiTfry !:
i of health that cheer the oul. All ?I.."> Oxford for.. .... .. .. ;1..1: ..... '
Hle 'IhH remarkable will Whips from luc to -j\1(
eker Forbes and Mrs. Hal remedy truly
: .\I1 ?:: uiOxfordfor.) .... ... ...fl.ti'JAll .
Korlies exnect tn leive toinoirow ona meet your case and give you a Lew Best Value to be had in the city. (\J\.J\ ( \ (\ (\ If (' (\, 1A /I / A -
I visit life; it will :lay: the foundation for *IIOxford- for.l.WAll A Good JSa:;!!y or Wagon Harness 'lil
4 t '1:1 to :.ot'\ertl northernuuiiner hiippiue-s and Ions lear: We coun ?,)..uuO.\ford-' ..... .... ..1240 !" for.,1' 'l llr' ll' llflr
resorts.Miss! :ityou! to try thimarvelous Bummer -
lth-retorer at once, and eu- There! price*; don't apply to queen l Collar 1'adgood; \.alue.j to OOc A,

i' Knie Ferguson"who has j joy the bles-uijjs of health. Quality Oxford, of which we have a Bargain* in Crockery, (i1.1and '
tl : h i en vl-itin Mrs. M. F. Bruce at
Full :Mock. I Granite S\ are. MONDAYOO'S
4-1 Kagtlad, returned this morning on 85o
I church, i is here on a \i-itto friend-
} ; "'it "Ity of Tampa.
{ and will tll:1 tliH pi.lpit at the Gad- I

11 1 J i Julia Krick n of M-tut;oinIhurday den -treet Mtthudi-t! ci!:urci.! to-mor DRY GOODS. -_.VT-->. P'.i.

1 f'; afteruoou. and row. a
.' Mi-s; Sarah: Kahn at her Special Prices to Ciose Out Our :Stock of Figured Lawns. Fancy \VI ite s"
Miss Mane Debui-sou of ;.u; E
,I '.. the bayou. i itRoinaua Good-' and all :Sheer Fabrics, sheer \\'II'll'lI F.dJl 1 C- in Mitraaud ,-ti i L.
street, i-i very ill at hti: New '" ea n... .:
.1 j .; '-''u gave a water- home with appendicitis! Her i uuiernus 1

t d a .1 : !i.'!r home at :Milton friend hold out the hope Shirt Waists at 35, 65 and 95c. -E r :
.'. ,_ t in honor of Mi j.:: that her recovery will bo ii -pet'dyIle. -- -- -- ........... .. j
; i a iof Peu-acola. .

ili-.i !S'lellon! wdi A ii<-.rry paitv of j'oplfchnper '
I ymu/; I JDillioin 3oljnsoii .Son. c.JlB 1 Case Scotch Lawns to go at
'ola d :MrII..
a has accepted in< by F. Favorite,
; 1 I i-*">rat.. of ti-! Firti foil} 'yed a four hours' stay at the lift 3 10 .., :
L ; aYlm_ yards I for ,-c. V..
i i C'hf-ter, h. C. ; etati.11. last night, bi'tl.n.;:

:and deriving pleasure the Hand 1 :.b --- .,J't ,
i the late Mi-. Mar- on BLUESr.VERED JUuLAit 'v Ed: :.:.
othtrwi-e.! Tif; yacht Piuin.c w.i-; SMACK{ STRUCK | 50 Dozen Hemmed Towels. -
A 'i! occur this afteri .. I --- Sizes !14x34, r j< -
u- d t. lIakttIll'
p 3 i 'ok, The interment ti'p. Ti-; :1 I .,' 3 r Leads To Fatal S sect n:

'to John's ctinetery. BY LIGHTNING i iTi m Houston, Tex. lOc each or $1.00 doz. *
.oaf t:4@0GibittiEO@Yi6e2iie t H"I-tl.iL! 'it\., Jii!> IN -1). i: ',; *
\ i y;' tint and d ui.'i t<.! : $ -- l'ia>- :' ..' l k U.I! .! l/I' it.,'.!i,." t i 11.l i-i-i ;">-itin!>' the Large-t ai.d K--t T. w< i i I.. J : SR
I \ !'t yesterdaj fur T.ti SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES eeQlfiete$690fetifOGi'1 ,. ,' ,
OPt l in \ i L i..11'' i. hail! In : cola for 0! Money p%
f- fihiagntack Mary E. Hoxiew
: I I.: t i-t Florida pmuti' -. ede41'athnlie off' .' ''MI\ '''. I1 I '",in v. ,mi! ht i It, .
1- 1 s I ,',: wea oil bu& .IurI --. ;,it three tmit- sty li,htniuir> one i'b"'n'! l 1'01 h;:sit! it IT- to hnsiv-! .'. b Bt4

+ I .: t to the belovf-d day early in this week. She was en I' ::1..1'i ,',.:- I'a' !, not ti. i ,n Millinery '.: Millinery : g-
A i "t. :Mie!: !. 1'--Ojcitr if divine to t'a!: I; '.ru.: and h,, i .i
: rt'Ultto Pen'acola at the time and
4 ', t mi 11'.14'. Rei-iuger
i.'' service fur tie summer: First' IDa I "I" '." V .''t:!.:: '.", lllll If .'; 100 Shapes. All Styles. to Close Out '
..1 : I:Ikclub was liuiotedi 5W: a. m. ; la=t mays and sermon, arrived yester ;1Y. No one was hurt : I'n't' 1, !' I ." !>1.' ii,' i i IK thi ir : ::

_1, it fit! 't, If all day ye-. !i'.i': a. m. Kvenii.; tiv ..tit'ii6! and tLe! damage wa slight. 'at !J.- i ., Ii. i'. ,1I 'I" u i I. lOc each! .- lOc each I .*
I the h.d I \\.th a tab; alt i I' a _: ', i ii i _
p. m. ,
-- -- --'-- -- -
<<< on\r ;ation and then into i z
Shake Into Your Mmrt
u- H.IIJ.. W. Ft. i
I : Lur- Joseph', R..v. R.btrt Fullt.rton .
: tin1. wh! -i !'. was shot oni v,. fj l lIrt .+.
Iti lttt'I- \\It't F( I I 'l.'IL. -
i j, t I 11, division Height Pastor-Flat 111:1tj: ;: a. n,.; Allen'FootEase, a powder. !:
j I ti-ai.tsr; tl'< jusiilari'i'i! Ii.1I'noii .':
itf' ,i .r I ...(PDt of the L & N. high mas, U::>tl> a. m ; h-redictit'U, cures painful, smarting, nervous feet '! '_ :I-.I: ihath. V".'i" .in-, i S
J I I Wh: a vi-uor tot i::>u p. m. and ill rowillj. nails and in-t intly FRIEDMAN&CO.
d! i '
r< n i- a1.1 I ) Idu:"-ii! to n.I! i' .1 "
: I -- takes the 'tiuq:;; outof corns and bun mC'IIt.

t ,M 1 t. I' l.i.I : Mr. Warren S. Hori 1'pi-ct<|'il. ions. It'-the greatest comfort di- | J JI. 11 >> }\
lli 1 Christ Church>ervicM by the coviry of the ans. Allen; Fout-; JI)5 .
'I i i- 'r : '.1 ued to the city, after a McDuffie's Littlo Blue 1' ) ) ) \ \ UL \
III i : rector, Rev. 1'. H. Whaley. at 7:3u Ea-e makes: tuht or new hoes feel: v. ; v VV\lUII\J. v. II
*"L. n\ t ij a vaction spent at JUtcoli Liver Pills make;, blue petilrbright
and 11 a. in. and 5 p. ensIt i js a certain cure for iweat-
I; n ;me gne-t of his brother Mr. Frank :: Ivitherine'* Church in.'', callous and hot, tired, achinsr : elt'iIlEtLe !y-tem" of all
C.: Horton. corner feet. Try it ('id"r"ld. ; by all deletenouand unhealthy\ matter Crab nets and fishing : -I'f, ( .
\ Cervantes and
sixth "
I ., avenue, HeJ. \ ,
drurgitand stores and make- of
I1f w it
c ; I MH Hilda mount left It-t night R. Hickuell, Priest in Charge :any "ub-titntf'. By mail for ] -ol' KMSold per-oii-. you. tackle to suit everybody at t UVClfIi r'm /

+ 1 f T Chicago, where.In- will join a Cervices at 11 a. m. and 7:3u: p. m. 2',c. it -tainp-. Trial package FREt by John pi-ard, Fti: S. Pal- y the !Willis! Hardware Co's. r Afjw
F r '' party of friendanJ they will laterviit -'dh.AIl"uO;. Olm-t"d, LeRoy, afox street. II !)
: 'I :Mtlr>.ti..( ii: > "aq Ml Month XL : I, LI A
Niagara Falls and other fi-h- Cleaning ladies !skirts" and wait E _

a 1 z' lunahl" rf>i.rtContractur -. (1I.lsdE'n'trel't Church. Rev. W.l. !spertl! muicale., Mondiy onlj. I: is , of CT specialties. Mar Laundry. : b IiA
( Yreelanvl, Pa-t'>r-:Service* at 11
( at C'llUtrl'CHANCTOFJIRM.-. j 3
Cook wholFwtev- a. m. and r1'. in. hr ]sec. H. H. -

H ,'ral diyin MoitK'Hllur, arrived McNeil of\, :Sunday : ASK YOUR GROCER fURThe Thos. C. Watson & Co., --..

t !r Ails IIlt'rulII.utld went out to the -ehool at S:3u: a. in A. H.1.Ialetnberte the leading Real F.-tate A'.:- nt- take :

r: '. It' M cotton mill to see! how the work -tiperinteudeut; Kp-: all owners the worry of property oil the shoulder-,' manage the the :: RE AVP ANT ftrt

wds progre--111g. T.vhn! it concern
k (- I worth League at li:111:: p. m, Mi** may renting of their houses and the collection r
Mary Lucia iI]\a hltz'esoldour business a.r of their .
L: -\ H. H. McNeil l, foimerly ua- Jlchardpreidellt. i rents a- con-cien- -
k I' or f the Palafox >treat Methodi-t Hid good-will to Messrs- tionsly as they would theui-flve*. c..-IS lie
t Hal'li"t. Their charge are very reI"oJ/lable. Ii1
(l f Watson Co. and
Fir-t liiptist Church-Rev. F. M. Green, (5 m DAILY MENUS
i I.I l> T11K C1IIUMU..Y; continuance
t Turner will! rreach at II a. ni No bespeak a -

t- I. I. \' I, II I Kil B7IiCIIIwtak evening service. Sunday school and of the liberal patronage E w R, .. -a p ( !lII'fI'p ;t:. t I :

L I i' ) ; ;: childrenhmiid prayer meeting as tlgaal.1'rcaPtctIan.. and confidence heretofore Hotel Camden till Date Di.1u t d

_; i I it -. I. .I.i; 1\(11I"-\ the .I'utijir'y. : ;- lestowcd upon II-.. t yv t kt'h'lf t: h :-i
I !. Scif utiflif, ( \ IIH.N: \1. \B \ 'I V. to Aif i : .*
I'I mt I itiio tiui way in i Fir-l Presbyterian Church, Rtv. They are gentlemen of .tile!'- -;::.,., .,.

;, ::1 Linn n.Walker, I.-tor-O"rvice ting worth and ice chars- .
I ,.t \ :,-nl 1"ct"Xjlt'l, ; i'II'I' at Is Now Open to the Public. '-bI T
it k'! 11 i:.Inn :-OIIP ','n'-. II a. in. and 8 p. in. Sunday school fully recommend them toyour tsI > -.
r .. Ladies' I !\ atDinins ,
,' .' jbi .
A :uo bur I'trtc: two a? usual. consideration. !:: 4tnn :
s ,', I 1- :: i. watak'n \\ itli -.., f
_4 J x -t .w.1! trouble. >:'ie wa-| l'nht'fl-ftl. R. IL'1LL11).1) r 9' ( 1 ASttRlE A4i F Flt .fRRARA'u iTtAT I ..- I : I Parlor. .'" .

r t -o i: '. 1.. L.t! \\.>! Jojpviired o f Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; Y..1'. CAN BE USED WITHOUT COCK N iA196 i- MRS. S. MIMS, -'1J.1IbI
; : 'verinir. JStAgSC'JIS.S R'SAO 'I4I : ---
1 L, I' 0'. could not the I lightt C. I"at 7 p. m.. subject, I'Our' We have purchased the ?_( a fi tT.tti'ShSAgtAO'.I.! tier. I'el.iI'.b., Flull| I i. -IS _

j I I Kiud of fond( -I'fl, lingered alum,; Tongues and the Trouble They Mayt stock and business of t I ; --I- i. Regular Dinner, Da, a
iroui .\n t'u..t November in that t Can-e" references Jameo:6l t
Messrs. Halliday $ ,, ,. *
---nditl when I decidfj TlUN IIVTN
f < to UbMIMTS1WCII. ---
try Peter ::910; Prov. 15:1. :
; Praytr
pk drape NUN innull: quuntitie'st'iree and secured their old c/tiar- NEW ORLEANS COFFEE C0=? B.;; te Day. \\Vkor Mi.t,t :: ;u a
) rieetinjc Thur-diy
tl : ( times a day. poured boiling every evening. JJ Uul85 South JJ !Short Orderl'mii>\> II
I' ., water: over them :an,I let them -i.nnJ i All are cordially: invit d to attend ten. A'ov. ( PHOPMIETORS.NEWORUANS.U.S.A.. Table Furni-hed with the Bit. tl>,H ; Fillet tight or II III
five uiuuitfs t<> ,soften then aJJedr I the-t: er\tce>?. Pain fox street, where we Market AtIord;. i. M
,' -''ni and a Vt'flittle :iurar. add several departments : ''111 -- II(
will -
I \S tU. (fr..m that day, the I"th ofNov. f l.ullicran. !I Public Patronage Solicited. :. Hn'jfolO..tL.II. 98
s.3 1 ., IMM.: until now we have IIH r German Lutheran Church EnJ i I' and keep up the complete Best Laundry Starchon I! jou wUh, yjj I 1 '.
i hul I to give her a drop of medicine ?- lines carried l> them. the Market. Free Sample Rooms.Hunday I
J lish service at 7:30 m. J. F.Y.. y I
4 and she H the picture of ht<.1lth. Hoalo Nick Apostle's a
i j i-, my little boy now two yearsold. Reinhardt, pastor. We respectfully solicit at I Rates Made to Traveling
,t He has lived on Orope-Nuts sctenl'e \ continuance of the liberal NO BOILING NECESSARY. I I Popular Restaurant.
inee he was a year old and is the Christian |
+ !toute-t little fellow you nearly: ever :Services 202 West Gregory street i patronage given th em. The only Starch Manufactured Men.GOVERNOR'S "

J t saw.: at II a. m. All interested are invited Respectfully, in the South ISLAND, N. Y. ,JJ IJIIIIJJlll\'i:
it Nearly everyone aks what I feed I I .-!Sealed
proposals :
f the children for they are >o bi? and I to attend. i iSahalim GREEK, WATSO.1'rCOV Help Build up a I I in triplicate, for furnishing for- U111)11yIuUyvvll! >> i
t. I l healthy. iii age and straw required in Dept. of -- -
+ Our 12 year old daughter began to Arm)'. the East, during ending June I will j
F-pecial: music' sale, Monday only, year repair your watc.-.e f-
have headaches about last lhri: ;t- Everyone is cordially invited to tat Clutter's. SOUTHERN INDUSTRY.Lay 30,1903, will be received here and at Jewelry in first-class: style. IBtephene.
( mas and we put glasses on her. She attend tho meetings at the Barracks j t places indicated in instructions issued .

v r got come better but was still very on DeReache street. Holiness meet :! Garden hose at the Willis hereunder, until 12 m., August -
tkl poorly. Finally I took away most ofher 7, 1902. U. S. reserves the right to
} food and put her on Grape-Nuts.4': ing Sunday at 11 a. m.; Junior class !I Hardware Co's. reject or accept any or all proposals! by lJuyznff

She steadily improved and is now meeting at 2 p. m. Salvation meeting i or any part thereof. Information Save II Ieaey
'I able to go to school I regularly and U i: ; every night at 8 o'clock in the FOR dAL>!:_ the dust. furnished on application. Envelopes your furniture :

)- quite well. Name /given by PostuuiCo. Barracks; open airs at 7 p. m. Capt. '!' SALE Youcanbuy containing proposals! will be endorsed at Marston $ Quint's
i LOA cot. '
., Battle Creek, Mich. garden hose at "Proposals; for Foraze and ,
r enamelled rattan table armchair a the Willis 'I'
r Callie Holder Lieut. Edna Yates Empo
i iI Great Furniture
1 Look for free recipe book in each rocker. Halliday,7i',Sorts Palafox 8t.H f
package of Grape-Nuta. I I i officers in charge. I I Hardware Co. I I StrawatJOHXSBIP80X'j rium.

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