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 21, 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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official l Returns of Escambial CHAMPION JEFFRIESIN FUNERAL OF ANOTHER L ;


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.. 1 :2 :1: t 5 6 7 II 9 10 11 12 n It 15 16 17 IS 19 20 Total Billy Delaney Says Rumors ol ,
Special to The Daily News. I : ;
His Sickness Are False.
, 4 London, July Arrangements ,
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for the funeral of John W. Mackay, ADDITIONAL IMPROVEMENTS. ;:
.. I / 2:i 5 15S: '4 ;s I 2 1 Hi" h2 fig 96 22 8 3 1ll7! INTEREST IN FIGHT GROWS
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( 'rort
1 :a 11 1 12t I 4.:) j fit B 3l) 52 1 Ii :3:I 2 .1- 30.1 Contest and Seats Are Being \ of the Postal Telegraph-Cable gratifying nature are now in progress :
.. 15 12 2'J b la 13 32 21 30 2b 1H! I s0 1.I'j! 8 3j; 21 \\I 51-1,181 Company and of the Commercial
.. :SOld Rapidly-Fitzsimmons In Prima on Commandincia wharf, and
.. uIe .. 46 "5 2j ZH 192 lli7 bj; i 3F Ii 105I-1I C Cable Company, who died of congestion -
:!:I la 2'') 12 19 M 11 Hi : Condition Physicians Say. will be finished: as soon as possible. ;.
Ilrr of and brain last t
to .Ia Ji: )1) 11 :a M 1 !) ..3 22 ?'\\I Iai: 12:1: 117 103 5 2t 9 !:; 4.13121) :- 72S lungs nightat I This: improvement is the construc- ; .
: 1& a1101022 6 1 lit ss i3 lu6 42)12 Ii I-: E 56 his home, Carltou Terrace, are as tion of a track about i 300 feet i
The News.
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. ;) Ii; t It 2 2 2 ;i :3i H 25 H S 10 1 5 i- 215 San Francisco, July 19.-Interest in yet unperfected but it has been determined long and to exterd from a point just
a I') )5 13 a I') 1 1 Hi 3 7t b 23 41 111 fi 3 .uau that the body shall be : below
Main the '
..2"1 11 11) .t 2"Hi 2"1 19 ::7 30 IiI 151 Io: 1I9 1;;:; II 7 bfi:! the Jeffries Fitzsimmons tight is inTeasing. street on western ; '
. .:Ja' :14 11 11) 2li 10 19 31i; 28 30 2:1;: 211 2113; was 635 17 11 People are coming from I taken to the United States and I edge of the wharf drawn to the new I :
.. :! -; 1 3 If 1 : S -Ii) l\J\ : 9 d 1 5- ill the east and interior parts to see th> buried in the Mackay mausoleums in' office building.The .

. contest, and seats are being sold rapidly
....2i 1..t 11 IS 1 i2 Ii 21 4t 2S sm 21s::! 192 2'n U 3;;:; 21 12 6\-I,2ifi\ !;( I 1 George Siler, the well known Greenwood cemetery I II work was commenced and ;

..2r1!: 39 n 15 25 51 36 6 .1i( 30 30 Iii Iii 117 lr.1 94 6 16 12 42-1,075 referee, is among the latest arrivals. I The funeral services will be delayed -. carried on very quietly and no one !!
..12 'J I Ifi 2 19! S 15 7 1 Ii2 125 130 157 222') 420-74) Thert has been no change in the orders until the arrival of his son Clarence I. would have known that such was
.12 H t !S 117 i 15 11 121 76; b4 10:1: 33 11 Ii 19- 59 and very little betting at the 10 ha abroad and whois '
who been
22 2S 24 b 27 46 31 8 45 29 30 1S2 19) 136 172 6 21 It 10 -12-1,071 to 4 price quoted. Jeffries people ara : being done if they did not personally :

a ",'r better now aboard the Campania, due visit this dock, now
shade exportinz
out for great
.11 1a: )1 S 18 15 8 2 20 6 16 111 IB S8 9-l 6 2,) 1 5 8- 563 holding a quol.a.UOIl.
11 .21 31 Ifi 21. 12 1)3 36 21. 34 21 1t2331751-522') 1 38 32 11 53-1,231 here Friday. destined to be one of the most important
Referring to the rumor that Jeffrieiis -- I i
.B''' .Ifi 27 II, 12 2i to 3'2! 530 13 20 128 12i 7:3; 113 531 9 9 7- 738 out of condition Billy Delaney said: I Note-The Pensacola office and all of any gulf terminus.
t 2t 10 2U li3 163 199 t 2i! 21 7 55-IOil '
,19 )5 17 11 30 11 1'3 18 "It is all nonsense. Jeffries was Cable It was stated yesterday that, notwithstanding .j.
offices of the Postal Telegraph-
: t. I "ij.i 31 31 2) 23 56 35 22 51 29 29 300 260 213 259 !9 55 29 12 69-1,569\) never in better shape in his life than the fact that several i :
he Is right now, or as good for that Company; will be draped in mourning '
"I'r.: miles of storage tracks $ra uow
matter. He is exactly where I want in honor of their dead president. i ; .
Ii: 10 1 7 2 IS 7 I 5 2 18:3: 103 120 HI I 22 11 1 19- 66') him. To Keep him there I have owned and used by the \,. & N. hers, i 1 "
15 27 H 34 H H 25 30 IiI 1S'2 105 151 S 33 13 H U-l,0-t8 I I
::1: 3:1: 2s : asked hm: not to do much work for II the COlnpapy t Jj vrowd.ed for room, i ;

I:! 11 5 1 5 15 3 11 \9) 1 131 00 100 151 3 21) 7 1 43-; 1)292i the next few days. It is always a MAY YOHE and will improve every portion of 2
211 11 29I() 220: U 13 :l'J 172 IS; 110 1-:: 6222 11 12- 1J28t sign. to cut. out. hard. going. when R I
I the ground held it. : :
to get by
man comment cracky.Vji: ARRESTI .
If j j 3 30 1 1 13 9 il &115 it 3 22 5 1 3- 412i nec'day Jeff was a bit out of sorts, MAY To strengthen the above statement ; : 1
i., 12i Ii It 1 6 h7I 70j iiU 0 19 11) 1 22- t2-1 and I asked him to call a halt. Ha .
15 3 27 16 35 21) 33 19 30 IW: 116 75 93 Ii S 15 10 33- 674i I which is from a knowing railroad ; .
has done it-nothing
man, it was cited that the slip,
1 19 Ii' 3 21) 11 42 23 31 3 )0; 113 121 9.2 S3 It 15! 11 15692 'I don't know where these rumorsof
2 3 fj 6 h 7 26 III 25 b 11) 2 21 3 1315 his being sick originated, but 1 now being filled in between the : : i

;:4 2 1') 5 1 13: IS 1\1\ 21.1 1 4 1 103 suppose they were put into circulation Special to The Daily News II dock, will be strewn with new 4' .it'!
; 2 1 3l 1 9 2 1OJ{ 55 6j; t-I: ij 1:3: 15 1 31- 422x to influence the betting. I can only : I
x ;3 Ii Iti 1 4513 35 U I 3 1211 ca 'tioa our friends throughout the New York, July :21.-One hundred I tracks just a? soon as enough sand ,. j .

to take no stock in such thousand dollars has been therein. A t '
ci.intry of dumped
15 7 21) 15 33: 19 16 9 16 1s3 1)5: 13'3 16:> 3 2fi 2:i 13 26- 327li rumors worth jewels I great I.:
; ; t b 7 3 37 22 It 6t 5:! -1t) 5\\, Ii 21 ts 1 35- 4 1210 6 and not take fright." which were taken by Captain Pat- i i lot has been placed there,and a special :

., Along with the ..rumors_. of Jeffrieseumlltlon
I train of ten is ia ti \
was another to the effectt nam Bradley Strong from May Yohe, I cars constantly ., /

I 4 1 15: 5 7 1- 2 149 119 112 145 21 15 4 3560 : it Eddie Graney.. was not to referee formerly Lady Frances Hope, whom use bringing sand from a point near I .
.. ? s 2i 43 ;33 11 tQ 26 i 30; 165 163 Ii2: 154 S2613 9 2i- 9Cl ; .
tee Cght. That also proved to be a Captain Strong; deserted: Tuesdaylast Magnolia Blot to fill up the hole.

h 29 :33: 31: 10 31 It 30 159 172 112 140 62'I() 9 5- !)S7 fabrication springing from the fa..tthat I was found in the possession of Two weeks' labor is expected to finish t
.: -, S 1 15 3 12 19\ 12 146 101 113 139: 3 19: IS:: 4 49- 69-; i some difference existed between ..
him and the club as to his services. Goldstein Bros... -pawn- brokers-- to-p the stupendous: undertaking
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Fitzsimmons has been examined bv "
day.It. i

WHY PERISH INGUAYAQUIL NEGRO TRAMPS SHOT TO DEATH the San and Francisco pronounced Athletic to be club's in perfect physician is rumored May Yohe will cause THE POPE GIVESFAREWELL j .

physical condition. the arrest of Captain Strong, out of ,

FIRE SHOOT CONDUCTOR I FROM AMBUSH revenge, because it i; reported the i AUDIENCE / .,

BUNCO SHARPS captain is iu New York spending _
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money on other women.STEAMSHIP I >Special to The News : .
-. Special to The Daily News Special to The Daily News:

t IJro loss ol :Memphis; Tenn.. July 19.-James'Ar- .Atoka, I. T., July; IU! -Near Strong. WERE FOILEDSpecial I RomeJuly2I.-ThePopereceived .i } It

rf'at fire her:, nold, a freight conductor on the Ful I town last night .Mrs Daniel Grant ; Governor Taft and members of his l '

Ecuador: corre- ton division of the Tennessee districtof her daughter Mrs I Jack Reeves: and a DISASTER ; :, party in a farewell audience at noon : t'I
\,1.! The to The Daily News.
nom the Illinois Central lailroad. was man named buckles ware waylaid and ;
today. His Holiness was extremely i
holt been ascer- shot yesterday at Curve, Tenn., by twj killed while returning from church. New' York, July" 19.-The shrewdness MANY LIVES LOST

are being; cared negro tramps he had put OS the train, I :Mrs Reeves had been separatedfrom cf Frederick Hanson a prosperous i cordial, congratulating Governor j 'I : \

?!ilile by govern and it is thought he cannot live. The her husband about 8 months business man of Fitzgerald, Ga., saved | Taft on what he called "the success i

.:, is being takenFurniture negroes are being hunted ty men with I' and prior to that time the couple had himself from being robbed of several Special to The Daily News. J I of your labors." t. ,. ;.
bounds. lived with the Grant family. Last night! thousand dollars here. I 1I
Hamburg, July 21.-One hundred The pontiff expressed a hope that
I t
------r | Nu<'klen. who had been paving attention As he went into the Cunard Steam- I '

1\\i' go Garden hose at the Willis I! to Mia. Reeves, accompanied her ship! company's office at Broadwayand fifty-five passengers are reported I the negotiations!' at Manila would be Ii 3 : i!

) '\ tE1i t to church. Thirtieth street to buy a ticket drowned l,y the sinkiugof;: the steamer continued with the same friendliness i i!
to I'RYOU'S. Hardware Co's. As they were returning to the Grant for Europe he was accosted by a goodlooking 1 '
Primus, early this: morning on the as in Rome and result to the 1': : ,
--- -- home they were hailed. Suckles was fellow, who tapped him on the
j made! to get out of the wagon and was shoulder and exclaimed: Elba river, where the steamers go I mutual satisfaction of the United .. : ;= Ilf IlfI j ji

i shot. :Mrs Grant was shot while "HMlo. Hanson; how are you?" up from the ocean into the inner I. States and the Vatican. The mission i. i i
Green \
Watson & Co. j: she was sitting in the wa on. Theni Hanson stopped suddenly looked at port. The accident was caused by later visited Cardinal Rainpolla. 1 } I I
i i as the team bolted Mrs. Reeves was the man and said in reply: I f t
I shot. :Mrs. Grant and Xuckles were "No, I don't know you. Who are the tug; Hemsa which struck the J

II \'s: OU> STAND.: I killed Instantly and Mrs. Reeves lived you?" I steamship amid-hip, cutting her OPPOSITION FOR 1 'dl

only a few minutes. : "Why, 1 know you," replied the squarely in two.
The murderer's name is not given.: stranger. I '
I I "You're Fred Hanson, from Fitz The Primus was owned by the \: !

gerald Ga. My name is Davis. I Hamburg-American Line and was
T 1-.D PRICE HALE Continues in all DepartmeLt \\e PLANS FOR know nearly everybody in your town.: used as an excursion steamer from I !J t ;; I; I
Special to The Daily News. ,
intend to reduce tock. If you will call and examine Davis then invited Hanson over to Huxtehude in the province of Hanover .
1 ., t ht' convinced that you can save money by purchasing: CORONATION MADESpecial No. 237 East Twenty-seventh street, I Prussia. Washington, July 21.-The rumors l .-' J : ,. : :

.11.i"h. where he said there was a man who that Roosevelt stands ready to throw I I t
knew everybody in Fitzgerald. Han The steamship had 1S5 passengers; ?i i
the influence of the administration '1 : i (!
to The Daily News son went with his friend to a room, aboard, of whom 30 are reported i i i i'to
R on the second floor, where he met two the support of Chas. E. LIttlefleld i
'. : i i.. l.allt'li New York. July 19.-Official notice saved. Thirteen bodies: have so far i 11'11''j
tii 1I.7OO janU Dhuitit->, fali.iti-ar men who knew all about Fitzgerald. of Maine, for speaker of the next

,i'i'' ..>. (illl; lialn*, Laxvu-, etc.. OH 1'nmt Counter. that 9 is followed the coronation will occur Aug. One of the trio suggested a game o.' been recovered. house of congress, grows: in effect. ', 'j; ;E ;9 i t
by the revival of actiity \- I cards, saying he Lad won several I ,
at the earl marshal's office and a I No representative can be induced I
thousand dollars which he did not It
sly sold for 10, 12'2 and 15c per NEGRO THREATENED I f I II
,i y and Tuesday wilt give.. .. .... 10 yards TOP: /OC recasting of lists of spectators, who know what to do with. Hanson to become a candidate for speaker t i iagainst t I
will! require a second Issue of cards
suspicious, started to leave the room, I t ,1
Mr. Henderson, and it is re* ;:
admission, cables the London
correspondent when, he nays, the three men triedto WITH LYNCHING jt
organdies: (Figured) Imported Dimities Madras Lace of The Tribune. rob him. but after a lively tssle he ported today that Representative i :. F.1 j

Stripe Figured Lawns, etc. The officials are starting out with got to the street.Afterward -- Littlefield is being groomed by the 'j i '
the Intention of reducing the complex d I'
one of {the men was ar .
administration leaders with this object
Special to The Daily News. :
.. .rly sold : and 3-jc per yard Abbey ceremonial to the simplest rested. At the East Thirtyfifthstreet .' i

If .: f.'r..... for.b.i .. .... .. .. .. ...... : 12cyard terms. Their plans, without doubt, station the prisoner describe Tyler, Texas, July 21.-Two companies in view t.. : l i

will b9 enlarged day by day, as more himself as William H. Davis, 28 years of the state militia were 1 Burnett's Vanilla Extract has outlived i : ; J
Ch favorable reports are received of the old, of No. ; 1
r' nt any Wash Shirt Waist in Store fort health of the kicg. etre.t. Hanson 98 said West he Seventy-sixth would press ordered on a special train to Rusk; criticism. It is the finest and purest i s i"1

Rehearsals for the procession have the Henderson to vanilla extract that can be bought. j f
charge against Davis, who was county, guard a negro,
been resumed, and it is announcedthat caught. Once tried, always used. l t 'I
45c. 70 years old, charged with assault 'i 1
< the king's new landau will! bo t it t

r substituted for the coach of George The Saving of a Few oats a bottleof ing the daughter of a prominent i Marston $ Quina OO17'i i i : i'' t

*-e Lot Slightly Soiled Corsets, 15 and 30c each IlL Vanilla Extract will not atone for planter, yesterday.For the largest line of matting, : ;; td

I I'ere are some $2.00 Corsets ia this Lot) DANCE FRIDAYAT the annoyance of having dessert Over Slit} Year. rugs, window shades, etc., I : J 'I
that is little off"
"just a in flavor.
MRS. Wr 8LOW'8 BOOTH 1i Hrsrr: bit f fir
It U ,Jl MACNOLIA BLUFF Always buy Lurnett's. been need for over im yean 67 millions in the city. TVe lay our ': t' ; t
save You Honey to Buy BLANKETS while mothers for their children while teething, '
with perfect inccen. It soother tbe child, matting free. :- t
softens the gumlllIl'I all pain,cares wind I
This Sale Is On. Cut this out and take It to any colic and li tbe belt remedy for Diarrhoea t t..1' I
Club will It will relieve the poor little sufferer im ,
The Ivy give a dance at This weather makes the [: '
drug store or medicine< dealer and geta mediately. Bold by Druggists meter part <
Magnolia: Bluff Friday evening,July of tbe world. Twenty-fire cent a bottle.
Train leaves the at 8:30 box of Chamberlain's Stomach and Be tare you ask (or"M rl.Winslow'j soothe trow. You can buy f:; I :'
25. depot
p. ,"
and take no otber lUnd
Liver Tablets. The best ng syrup keen cutting Lawn Mowers
physic. They
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GREEN m. Tickets 25 cents. jlTtf ,
WATSON & co. also correct disorders of the stomach. Salaams from the Northern Wood and Grass Shears from the : ,, '

Try the NEWS Want Column. Price :S cents. IN 1D l'J'tJ.BWui.tu w-.w cure fiX tour. Willis Hardware Co'8. I

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-- STEAMSHIPS- ...... '" mm OF STRIKE WHERE THERE'S SMOKE I IS MEMPHIS-TEAM-EXPELLED I I Contagious. is Is generally the name known sometimes as tit g ve'",< R"tt: -'a- ;

i I Letter From Secretary Farrell Says EASE It is not con--" !. ,
.; JLx..Y t There's fire the saying runs and so as a vice '
.! TRIP& HAS NOW ANISHED rule the saying holds true. The Club Must Disband. or the lower classes ';;' .-f:t t

1AN OCEAN & I General bidden, but the ascending 1 Memphis, Tenn., July 19.-A special and best people m )
smoke. makes its presence undoubted. i clal to the Appeal from Nashville says 8100 Poison infected nh thi> ..r- .

( To NEW YORK, BOSTON Labor Sentiments In Convention Similarly your Mike Finn, manager of the Little Roe j through handling c', .
I AND ALL Jt I can argue from j i team, received a letter this morning. drinking from ht ,

i EASTERN RESORTS j jt jt fc Against Same. 6/*- skin eruptions to corrupt of the \ from Secretary Farrell of the Assoda using who have the same contracted toilet it.articles, or otherwise coming ia coauu .' .. .+

I blood. You can't45' tion of Minor League Clubs, dated Au It begins usually with little blister .
{ -Ji\\ \ a or sore then .
t swgroins : .
vi. Farrel!
burn. X. Y.. July 16. in which : .
"MOTHEH" JONES MAKES TAlK. see the blood, but a red eruption breaks out on e

t :t The@V I the pimples, boils, told Finn to get the Southern league the body, sores and ulcers I appear ofaloodpoison.Ten "t'o I I contract": .. : ",
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r )( OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY: \ 1 Favcred General Strik: etc., which mar the \ together, organize an association an: in the mouth, the throat becomes ofaphysiciannntllfoucdt'.at wu un.1 r :r.-.. -t

j Lv R.\TE- "lR! ,K si. vs.5O She Had skin surely indicate impure take charge of the Memphis franchise I ulcerated, the hair, eye brows and 0me no good. Then b"Ir:. ::
.. of Ocean Breeze : After Reaching Indianapolis blood. For this reason the club In S.S.S. Icommencedtotmpr >
Hour i but placing a Memphis. I lashes fall out ; the blood becomingmore "
WeeK f hi'medicine which cures these and In a very short time all ...... -
each Farrell said the Memphis: ; .
Further Labor present I contaminated coloredsplotches :f
Her ,
I Changed surface blemishes must cure I copper the disease disappeared. 11. k a
3 tTl = team would be expelled at once an-1 I and ties and m .
from Savannah. Ga. 11! them through the blood. I pustular eruptions and today am sound ana w.
Troubles Likely. that Frank would be expelled forever R. M. Wall, Mornstowt'
nr. ,l.i4 .,f thi r'J\.ol"r Lroe-w f j Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical [ sores appear upon parts of era.
a J* para.1rmp* in L .rrvn"dVt". nl.. In J i IcdiaLapol'.s! Ind.. July 19.-'WheJ Discovery purifies the : Finn did not say what h* intended tc i the body and the poison even destroys the bones.

't f in te.La411ui elrrt I''I.r< ll ir<- !D>a IC."I.bTr... itln-rn:j !''t.. "Ii.- ; let a* the miners' convention met this morning blood, removes the waste do, but as he expressed the opinion : S. S. S. is a Specific for this loathsome di.ea-, and cures it er- ,
4 >.\."":..4..,,<1'- t ,f and poisonous substances I @
ftliort lad iuttirjrU .
that there six clubs against Memphis worst forms. It is antidote for the .
'' any mi ,,'ir n, \..w,1.., it was \ident that all liability : were a powerful virus t"-' -j
'I 't If which it and thus
--10a-;;.;... ant.LO.a, LOVata.nYartaa. r of the great strike had vanished. The cures diseases corrupt which, origi ,, it is presumed the If'ague1: the blood and penetrates to all partit': :. ..

5 a a. ........ ...'.IIi.. Ito.. 'ct.. ."L.......TO.1..T4.I. 'I,! anthracite men who have favored a nate in impure blood suchas uphold Farrell. Farrell's action grows !I Unless yon get this poison out of your' :

It ..a......... T114 d.1 !'..-... H,.. j Itrlk@H're practically unanimous It boils, pimples, salt- out of Frank's playing :St. Yrain after ruin you, and bring disgrace and >'.. -< i
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"......II..L... ....".14..1.e. Lwa.I1M.Fla. ,
'I' rheum tetter, being warned not to do so. your children for it can be transmitted
eczema it
rat"f'7f' f'7t. ,.,t"t"t:"'l '?t''t CJ j declaring! that it would have been un I '1

I ', -- --- - I wiDe to order a general strike. The II Ii sores, and other painfuland I to child. S. S. S. contains no mtrcur-. ; ..
11 disfiguring diseases. but is guaranteed a strictly vegetable compound.
chances are that the convention will! Know Nothing of Movement. .
GENKKAIj FRENCH SCHEDULE Il Ii "Golden Medical Dis- I Memphis July 19.-The officers olI Write for our free home treatment book and learn all about C .
Ys r.i finish its work today, and it will bended :I
( covenalso increases the Blood Poison. If :you want medical advice give us a history of .
i I Following is Ute schedule of the : by the adoption of the recomi activity of the blood-mak I the Memphis baseball team say they \ '
and will furnish all the information '
4. !4 government steamer General French i mendation of President Mitchell with ing glands, thus increasingthe | know nothing of any movement ', our physicians you wish 't ,.

which THE NEWS prints for the the exception of amendments in the r supply of pure blood, I have the Memphis Southern IE'agmfranrhlsl' charge whatever. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATlANTA b4.

s benefit of the merchants who ship manner in bringing the assessment rich in the red corpuscles of health."It declared forfeited on account -

their goods to the various army i upon the members of the union. merits give of Pierce's much pleasure Golden Medical to testify Di to.coverv. the of the controversy over Pitches Sound kidneys are saffgnards! of I Rubber hose, alls : al!

posts: I At the opening of the convection ." writes 'ohiO Annie \Velli. of f' rltu8.ooull j St. Vrain. The motion for dissolj life. Mak1 th kidneys health! > with
# Leaves V an fcacola _. 7i ia. m. Kiln! Cnn'. the Willis Hardu-are < ,
s wharf Lie! of Wight Co..Va "I can MV honestly Folcy's v Sold by W. A.P'I .
... .. .. ..... tlon of the temporary injunction T*
t' Leaves Harrancas. 1:5" a. m. this i orring "Mother" Jones was given and ctndi*ly that it Is the grande Leaves }'Ickt'ni.. .. .. _. ":>.) ". m. 'mb"rk. l.l:! S-''nth Palafox: Mrcri '. ': .
1 the floor. She made an ...ddre,; compounded( for ptnfying the Mood. I suffered straining President Xicklin from in l'yny-It:4'U" ICn< "- n; 1\
1 Lt"IIJIHIIUle.u ":Iai mt = terniily with rheumatism and pimples on the -- uc1md. ......,...., c .: ,: IJ
I .I
... .. terfericg to St.'rain froir
Ltarta I'"n.&col" .lu:15a. m. which was enthusiastically applaud--! skin and -wel'.ing in my knees and feet so that prevent
Arrives harrancan 11::1" a. m. and then I could not walk. I spent about twenty dollars will be
I'y the delegates. She declar-'d that playing argued at Chattanoocd j I You will have 'rHtf
; I t 1 makes a trip to tortJlcilte andtbenretorn. paying doctor bills bet received no benefit A c8I : i. : IfI
to iarraacas.Lav : j "{'{Ole comin to Indianapolis she;; hat year or two ago I was reading one of your Memorandum Monday Further than that the loca I flower gardens if tl.r.y: ,r
'"9 Kurraacaa 1:15 p. m. Jks and I decider to Dr. Pierce' ",
4 try league representatives they hav- Dwn rouud. ) )ur :.n-I
favored a general strike but sin'f say :
Ltoa\1t I'K-kens! 1:3) p. m. Prescription I
and Favorite
Lrarv IVnnacoU lW) Golden Medical Discovery, i i This Figratuw i in oa every rxt c! tLo g'Dnie a home, and he cu, .1" : ,
: p. m. coming; to the contention she hadreached and am entirely und no information on the subject.
I :# l>ao Pickvn s ,:l5p. m. no substitute for Golden Medical .I. :aatirc Bromo=OLitinc Tcbtets I though he may thu!: k .
L Arrh.Iarrancn.. 3.3": 1 p. m. and omkrs: J the opinion that the concl- Accept S 1 '
There is nothing "justas the r.ued/ that cures a cuM in one d.lj'. Everywoman wanti
trip to Mcrrand return. Discovery.
tie. \Yednerdays: and :Saturdays the sion reached by the delegates to avoid ool" for diseases of the stomach, When a man is looking for a wife, he I'' own:and if *he will'iv.:: \

boat wi'l i leave: llarruncas via Pickens sm h a movement was the wisest blood, and !UDS. wants an angel, but when be goes' to i MimVIKKUY.: Thus. Watson & Co..

I 1 ; fur Pen.acola at 6:30: p. m. ', course. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulatethe Lousfkoc-ping: he sometimes says ugly: The undersirlledtakethistnethod I j leading Real F-:.ite A_

TJje General French is for army She urged the delegates to oppose it bowels.itendly. ., things \because he dida't get a cook )f 3llerinir her serviceas a :::an show her !h"W, t tme. -.. .

rIta s purposes only and any outsider mu-t the eon 'r,';sloJal elections this fa.! ar have a from the l-rimvlc \<-id.Hydrocyanic I --- -
i quartermastero every man who was favorable to th>- Vacation Days had x:> ytdTpxpfrienc*-.
p i take pan'3}:f' o i ber. "pineinRH-nt by injunction." nc.l. <>r, as it Iq i m..t ('au ijivc b,--t of r' for t.e- fr n; :! Buy a new gar i-

(l 1 commonly culled, prussic\ nr-i.l. is one ; Vacation time is here and 'Ij(' drl ('tiding 1"1:1': :'-'f H !- crv,
- --- Piesid ut litc'htcalled!) for the ro< from the With 11 .
i of the Hutt tlfinHy!! Poisons known to | dren are fairly living out of .1 j-! < : MKiM.! OlODKN" <>
'r I.ort of th pecial committee. The
t i STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE ( tiinuiitb--; was i not ready to report aninuil I life. U is volatile principle! ; There could be no healthier plru" i ij r< |Iltf IH Sout: :. I)( Vlhicr- Company.DR. .

ac-i i an a iiiinber: of addresses: were contained in numerous shrubs und i j them. You need only to guard aua i -'

{II Between I'pn..acul" and Milton-Una '. trc .chiefly the wild cherry bitter! aiminond. : the accidents incidental to mu-t opi 1
nz! > < by delegates, a motion made by MOFFETT'STEETHING r
sherry I Inure!, St.; l;:n.-itius: lean .
HunDaily IWf'I'1 Siintiay.CITY d I(-!, sate Ryan, oi Illinois that the air sports. No remedy equals D.1V1rri "
and the teach tree. It Is obtained by
H OF ''\1'1>.\ ." convention indorse the meeting olmplovvrs distillation from frrrocyinidt of j>otas- I Witch Hazel Salve for quick I> *' ,>

and employes to be held in sium by the action "t snlphnricaeid : ping pain or removing danger ,-t 'i-
tF t L. Milton t : am 1.'I'.n'RIBI ::"'pm
.4 ,>i:."'am Ar .ltltlI.) 5:'.''ptu Minneapolis! Setit. 22 for the purpose li the form of a li;;bt, colorless pas. i OilS consequences. For cirs. s' al

Arl'rasa. '+IC: Hound trip.*I:'''. of discussing the practicability of an TLe [reparation! kept in the drugstore !and wounds. "I used UoWitt'Yit ;i

__ u__ ___._____ __ ; universal [Shour'orkhg day. is a dilute acid of a strength; of '! percent Hazel "Salve for sores: cutand, ( POWDERS)
bruises L. II. Swift
t says Johnson
At 1": 15: the convention! took are. of anhydrous acid in UtilleJ l
FRUIT LADEN VESSELS. water Tex. "It is the bes-t remedy on 'I. IjU'IfI.'C A -
j 't ss for 2ft minutes to await the ..J. W 'S.rkanasMthodi.tCrfereneesru, Tn ,
rei a colorless liquid, with the odor of H.rn da'1t.npa /
for ,
market Sure cure piles and ,
kLas [to .L .THIXA W"mi frh aa' haver. I In 1,
i pelt of the special committee. bitter almou.];;. Tbe dose! is from two I skin diseases. Beware oflllt"r.- totn ,tu.101' tx;: 'ar ,I it Came ala re 'to- Regular Line of Steamers Between ,. .
: I been 'L I fur da.'.lOr d n" iI! thttae5rr5.1S'l g i: ,1 I I
Charleston and Central America. to six drops. One-half stain of the feits. Han i:; Pharmacy, John SI.p: 1.r.1 r..r: r.1 .,has haJ na l.trtb.r trout.e Otter n.eirs ,ltl- ,=,., .,." u! till .
a i MORGAN TO GET CUNARD LINE. \ anhydrous acid is sufficient! to produce I pard and Sydney Kahn. been. a i"iltl aide<5.BOYS .
Charlf- ton. S. C.. July 19.-Thfopen
I death. It is ued in medicine in correcting ,
In of the steamship line between Do yuu l-h to ma .. a a
? : I Know One Vire Ketnedyfrr&n
Circles diseases of the and GIRLS .
Liverpool Shipping Regard ; stomach also motif? dU1I1I1' -pAr nn'
Charleston and CH.tralmerira i ia I obstinate ,,:d. 1 Unv al"JI, ..
c :*Lam irA (.o. you can r"lul/l\ 01.!
I This Conclusion. in and the last
as Foregone wuoopin? cough; stapes "
I' log our '" rnt. all .
Blueine. commission "altAn
looked hprfas matter of trcm per on imli-p'-at':- "
upon a I N>w York. July I!".-While there j i.- of consuaijition. I If you want a nice present to give ht.ust !,'I.liar| M> rihily i* ili-Iiclitnl\ wbi'i th.y au- it Mn- 'Isn't I. u ;tki- ',
S "'C'lous! importance to the port. Rte :o friend and look: throah the Blue Hater ?"'i >-V'i il.-rd ", tin- NA. !L \\VriI--< ant brfnrf Sour tt>nii, "! v" ,- .
general expectation' in Liverpool ship It I Is very volatile! and the fumes will I a go "untruA. 'iat-.nndw.. wll'id by r-iun. niaiI.inn, 'i< t-1. fni'kH i :li f''Blue. __
tf ular wf-t-kly sailings have been estah ping circIts that the Cunard line will: destroy vcpetsMe life, cau1the! elegant; line of suitable articles at W hen vi>u Uitvr .", \llh.lII. irtu.n u0r... I n lan.ii._ tintmlaiici, -. Idc avi.. ..r.I"n
RI lshf: to I'ort Limon Costa Kica. in I J. I. t Stephens, you urely can find l I'o !I.'t d'-l lat> but \\ rue at 01.1 .
j be drawn into the Morgan combination stems of plants to wither and dry! up.
something to please you. If .lddressLF.X)1.1\'I.1.t7lltl\.44I. hr pt. C I"' nx ft i. I'lula 'l
pe ndditlon to the Cuban lice and the you
Its effect the lower animals is similar I
there is less excitement over it them on i
the Diamond Hue
S j I want anything
Fruit Dispatch( company of X<-w York to its action with the
on ex-:
j than in London man.
newspaper offices him before
be sure to see you buy.
v faith is behind the enterprise, has antounced London I Option of the horse and the hyena, I '
j says a dispatch to The Tn- I ROYAL ST1NDAKD '11'IUSKEI E
3 hi' that it will put on as many bune. upon whom It docs not appear to produce

? : vessels as th- business will warrant. j This is because the wide-.awak2I any impression.' In fatal dines IF YOU ARE
l+: The raorchaMs of Charleston have I 8 Years Old in Cases cf 4 Full at S3.29
; l merchants have watched the effect: 01 it t':1U"I''i death quickly l h y paralyzing Quarts, per cal i !

i looked into the project with a view i the heart's action. After death' the LOOKIHC FOR BARGAINS .
the formation of the United States --- ----
cf builiiinj! up closer trade relations rlpor mortis sets In and in a few moments
It Steel corporation and observed: that i I. : at t-! :N-i-;
with Central American states and the unfortunate subject is as ,. r'IlIl-wH'l .
I i the export of iron anJ steel from Gee. : ...",. and is fully matur. J
; I with frfqu--nt sailings; cf freight ves many and England America has been stiff as a bn:>rlt. 1 For the vpxt ten clays I will sell I bffore'bottling it is i absolutely pur' iii. 1 1.

eels from this port they will be in a increased.! They assert. that the re Stogie Manufacturers Combine article in tock at seated in quality by any \Vhi-k.-y of tii- -1, .

josition to compete wth New York I] suits of combination in that trade area Pitt hl1r [. July lit.: -The stogie ma!., you any now a e no matter where produced. The Roy il -

l.ont-rs! for the foreign trade. I reduction\ of American ufacturers of Pennsylvania Ohio. West discount of :2", per cent from the red is eight year old when bottled, and, .' -

: The Norwegian steamship Taunton I the of productionby Virginia with hut one exception have :! ular price. Think of it-you will its excellent rjtulitv, i i. the clu-ape-t w
If. closing many unprofitable the inarkft at that price. A= abevriau /'
1 j which has arrived from Port Limon I works a ri,;e in prices through scar formed a combination and have hocn save: $i:> on a diamond ring or pin.i absolutely pure -timulant, there 1'f: i

t ,. w : 1 brought; in a cargo; of :L'2.'Mi:: t bunchesCf city of the supply of metal for th granted II charter by the state of Del} i where at regular price it would co-t Shipped in cai-e-j cnntaiuiiisr no mark- .' : :

; bananas., The cargo was loaded ;I home market, the reduction of .\meri aware. The concern will be know #1tI'f': ; you save 2-"i: cent on indicate content If purcha-er. tiji"i! x r
; : 1.! Into .,.C freight rars and was shipped the United States U satifi-d with .
i lean exports for foreign trade and as Cigar! company, |every. dollar's worth you buy. Xow the whl-key. not t ",
I ': 6 i l \ cut by the Sourpern railway to points ; Iand is capitalized at $i.5t.n.tiur, ,. of 4 can return the saute at our exjn'r.' t.. !
II t i increased exports from England and I is the time to buy your diamond or
I t AS far as Detroit. which J2.5no.OoO will be cumulative will be refunded.
1 Germany to fill the vacuum. | watch or any other article in -took All order should be accompauif-d I I. .

.. LOCAL OPTION WINS IN BUTTS.. j Analogy is draw-n between iron and i i nreferred stock. j( very chenp.: Call and examine EIGHT SrARS OLD currency. po-toflice money order. bank j ii .f' Ii .

i 1 steel and ocean traffic and a forecast Foley's Kidney Cure purifies the trood-. Renumber: offer ifor i:, 7 b press money order.Ve refer to Fn-t N .' .

'' is made that a rise in freights throng: blood by straining out Impurities and L .AH DMD lUnk 01 any merchant in 1'ec-acol
One of the Most Exciting Elections only ten day?. No trouble tohow
tl American combinations will inroli' tones up the whole system. Cures
I Ever Held in County. i kidney and bladder troubles. Sold ::goocK, J.I.STKPHKNS.: : /
incieased prosperity for liritish ship by "
f) Jackson. (:a., July IS.-The Hutt.coucty .- | ping outsidp the central pool. \V. A. D'Alembette, 121 South Pala- ]South Palafox street. S. A. FRIEDMAN

.. pi insary cam- off yesterday an 1 fox street. I
It F was one of the most p dtlni; clectior'teU I Deserted by Wife He Suicides The fluent line of umbrella the SOLE PROPRIETOR. PEN-ACMLA: Ki \

f li "t in y -ars. The most cxcitins rat I i city i5 i at J. I. Stephens'. Go look
i I Chicago July !! .-In a room on th" Car Strike Finally Settled
"li ; *as J. O Ri-auchamp and Dr i i! at them. r u. BOX SIM.lff 1 TIl.ll'lIlJ\: I,!I
: second floor of 3 tI"P I Adams!' streetthe Knoxville. July 19.-The great railway /4

1 t'1 + 1 R. \V. May*, for rt-presontative. Dr.Mate body of a man was found last strike which was declared! her.- i h l S KEI _n_ ___ __ _

;, .1 I'p p wa- lunning on the dispensary I. night! in an advanced stage of decotri Aug. 1 last year and which susjwpde.j l j If you wish the very best '- Q.wwearnMAr'E.t. '\ liiudlf every chi (- nf \\t\\\--\ \\ .
platform and J. O. Beauchamp 10cal
? on | j-osition. It had lain there two days;; car traffic almost one week was final bulk or bntle. WL"I1"lIt! 0r retail.: 'It ; n 1'> : ...1L
The i ice cream freezer thel'ery'lowest
option. had been
Af r race growing i and a rope around the neck with one ly settled last night.; The Knuxvill"! are way down.
, ,? : / warmer for iaya and) the flow of price the Willis
{ i end tlfd! to the knob of a closet door Traction company agrees to take hat 1 h Ii AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.

;.t' }l I ballots was free. epe"ially at th- showed the man had hanged himl'ef into its employ the men who ;struek.; 1 Hardware Co. can please

i 4 (l It! H Jackson bus. Dr. ..Iays repiesent" by throwing the rope over the door who apply for positions, as fast as va-
t Hull county in the legislature about you.
i .\ note was found addressed : h can fps occur i JAHCKEStCO.
l ten and Mr. Beauchani1fervcil ,
years an i
'x" i Brother J. J. \Yise. 24.) Third street I
( the county as sheriff tor l' I Get Five Years Sentence. We will launder your spreads tot
Philadelphia. On the back of a phoj 15 cents each and make them toot
a r conserutive y,'ais Knoxville. Tenn.. July! U'.-\V. W.
I j tograph of an attractive looking wo-i like uw. Star: Laundry.
i tIi The following officers wore elects: j I an was written: "You will find hei Cecil, charged with killing; JerryV.'r Plumbep Gas and Steam fitter,

s n..prt.s'.ntath. .i. 0. Heam-barap: at Holenwood. Tenn., last Xovi-mhfr. ,
(my wife) in Webbsville.! Mass.. wi'h Water coolers that do not
fh'fl J M Crawford; clerk A. H. S. has just been tried and found guilty
t u i a man named Finch and she will:!
: : Ports; treasurer. J. H, Cole 1 ; tax coiJ of voluntary manslauphter. He IP waste ice, at the Willis No. a South Palafox Street
never she has done'The
J If''(tor. D Mcl.endon: : tax 'cejv-r : prosper sentenced to five years in the s-ta-- Hardware Co.'s.W1:1.ItLY all Kind" Ot Planibin? and Oa F+t-'v-; Materials Kept ,. 11
!: body was sent to the count .
t* \V.A.. Maneham .a"ylsnvr! K.t '- o' A H
3. ; < : iont'rs. ,1 i morgue. penitentiary. The !killing occurred at -

)' 1 1. Finl'h"I.1.: Watkins and X. )IIOrwr. I a country dance. Cll-UL J.. t

'1 i, Ill. Ulmlv lIu...."..*. A. : : A. '
1 A Cure For Summer Complaint. FOR STEAM DIVISION v e ryFt
Tnr water as a remedy many years .
'a BIG DEAL CONSUMMATED.: Summer complaint is unusually :. I'KNS tCL.1tLFCSKtcrFHalf; : +a
ai ago in ltu:.;land became tbe universal pre
..--i+ f: I.,. A'. Kl\ a t\ '1.t""L ,
nostrum Horace \Ynlpole tells that a alent among children this season. A ItAILWCO M I'AN Y.

( '; I 40.000 Acres of Timber Sold Fer $103.- man went into a cb mIH's bop and well developed case in the writer's Trains leave PentacoU for tbe Liu IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

5 000 or :Mere. asked, "I>o you sell tar water':" "Tar family was cured last week by tlie Rayon Big llayou. Warrlogton Sny YIf'
+ dk '1 ? YflldoMa. ta.. July nl.-\! trade waY watt'r."' replied the apothecary "Why. al4: Fort Karraucss ateai
timely use of Chamberlain's Colic',
t # i jI closed! today for 4J."mi acres of tim I sell nothing else!" Cholera and Diarrhoea &. m.arrlve at KorlBarraneai 7:16a L HARDWARE.
Remedy one
'' It-r land in Lake and Sutnter counties -- 10i*) a. m. arrive at Fort Karrancai lab a.c
--- -
f of the best patent medicines manufactured L Olp.m.arrive at ort Barraneai: L:t 5p s
Florida, the Sc-llers being the S. I I.YarnadiH' I. The Best Liniment For Strains.Mr. and which is always kept on t-0 p, m, arrive at Fort f.arrancas 4:15 Pli
{ Land F. H. Wells the :15p. m. arrlv at Kort Karrancai 7W" Iron> NailSupplies. Axe :S: ov1.I 1.-. :Saw Mill! and 'r.. ui.f. it
company and H.nn.hlo.y merchant at hand at the home of ye scribe. Thisis .
>rriT<*ac Kort tiarrancai 9; 3p.t <
Suup.m. : : c..J.Jl and H.atw"Vk". Fdiiit. ij.-
i \\"\ I and company Doer Park, Lon; Island, X. Y., says; not intended as a free puff for the Trains eave. Fort Ktrraccaiior Penis : .
H-i''ils and 1 I't-llII Tufcl-
Wiud'IW 01.fuu. ?
kP "I always recommend Chamberlain's'Pain who do cola at7lia
> 'tt The amount of money involved lu company not advertise withus
the dl'alls a little over !lM.floo. and a 1 Balm as the best liniment: for but to benefit little sufferers who m. arrive at tvnhacola MI'( > a.11 ( :
k F trains. I used it last winter for a may not be within easy access of a 11?'J p m. arrive at l'enlt.col..ll :.{ pn .
'i4 J ,' fjndirate \Yiconsin capitalists ar severe lameness in the side, resulting physician. No family should be with- 2:0u p. m. arrive at I'tlo.6coI6.__ p.c : .l
S'JU arrive at J"nsacca! 6:44
the! purchasers. The deal has been p m pr
fu i frcm a strain, and was greatly out a bottle of this medicine in the 7:0)( p m. arrive at Hensaeoia__. '.t: p. Rf-vtre Giant :.Stitched Eelting, Nurthaiapton Ki;, .
1p 3 ; pending several I weeks: but -Aas only I pleased with the quick relief and cure house especially!! in summer time.Lansins. .- "!ss5. p. m. arrive at Peatacola._._ 8...t ratnrd&yi Wheel Co., Lnftiu & Band Powder Co.. Johnson K > ,

R;. closed out today. it effected." For sale by all drug Iowa. Jn'irnal.! For sale by only oma.e, Iron Km and Duck .Stovfand Han?(-a. W

i The two companies which made the gists and dealers.F'oley's all druggists and m,,'licine dealers.g119TOR111 FARC FOE WKKK: DAYS COUPS; & (o.'o Raw Hide Lack Leather, Ma-ur -
Diacola to Fort harraLcat and retort *CK
i si Mle are largely owned by Yaldostac : 1 nacola to Nary \ act and return CtPeniaoola Made Railroad Color

ptal'sts.! ; The sale was eccineerelby to Palmetto Much and recrt lhSCSDAT FIr

? p }Ir. :Mike Smith of Winter Par1 Honey and Tat lain the 1'I K 'J Y'l Pai Peais: &I,! ICHIDCDI.Wb : Masonic Temtlit' ID Pen arola _

;i. ( Fla.. formerly of this city.kij opiate* I"gut .4..J-4- coaches.n weather permits the rnnnlng o)

I ,., <' / open Leave 8 Peniaoola a. m. L'I Fort 10 K a.rranea m. c: > W. B. WRIGHT>> comPANY( ,

ifl: Bronchitis For Twenty Years. Il a. ns. II m ij
CASTORIAFor Pocket cutlery and scissors 1 p. m, I p.m. : :
x X Mrs. Minerva Smith of Danville Ip.m Ip.m ,j I J-;+ fA.NCFACTCRERS AND DEALER N

: 111., writes: "I had! bronchitis: for Infants and Children from the finest to the I 4p.m p. m p.m.m. : .... \: L ;
p -
I : i. twenty years and never get relief until cheapest, at the Willis ftp. aa is p.m. I = 3 LUMBER LATHS
e t + i I used Foley's Honey and Tar me Kind Yea Have Always Bough Hardware e p. m fp.m. T7j" i ,

which Is a sure cure Sold by'" A. Co.ANKER FAR rOB IClDAY

1 ; DAlemberte,121 South Talafoi: : street. 13.atll.; .. n ,r;;::;;:' ( tniaeoiato 1 Ira *ad return art aarrancil_, __Nln__ Ito : i I I ;, : SAWED CTPBK8 EfllSfiLES-HlM:, ; : IIi

relUIOJ:1: to ra'metto Jteuh ana .
1'kndrYra vI S J
t fysyiLslaantStopatheTtrklt0g AJ. V E, ! I
"' ( IX qptklT I ease lL-limmiiiOi. u. ti*"uoai the most hewing bGi-') In t/w worlti I No frOlrbt elr.darteriajp.. .
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MONDAY, JULY 21,1902.

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might be born an American woman. lr .- is
But American women themselves do j 1t '
J. : AN OLD I h
not seem to appreciate this priceless ,. ? ADAGE > : t : '
\ !I Challenge! .. oJ ,
A charter has been filed in
\ the
setretarv -
heritage. ,
-....-i./ I
1. :et Him.: ABC'BEERS p. b ,I \ Sk. :,?lol''W: ;, t.;t lI::: of state's office at Austin. Tex SAYS_.. i ,; i
i' -( \ I I
1"tt.1 t;. M'' for the Gum Carbo company, with a : !' f
woman in an address has made "
Ip I, -Ir this: {,-Grgpo-sly; intense statement .r'_ .e't:': : capital stock of Jl.WtO.OrtO. The con J Jct'rn ]!! "A light purse b a heavy corse"Sickness j t, ;I ;'
:' ( w'11 raarnfactare a light purse. i .
a substitute" tar'
"There is nothing this side of heaven :t '
: ut5', ,IIg U like the beauty and power of consecrated -: ty rn'berv! refinine Texas oil combined The LIVER is the seat of nine : ; !

It '/ "l.t womanhood." I wonder if she'' with cotton s<,ed oil I I IVork tenths of all disease. .
a SUM! ,. [I'i I : !
lives up to it. ,,. \ \ \ has been begun on the eicn, if
t "' \\
slag' ,
-a '
no ::
The ;
Priced ,
Highest but
f.Ml ration fur the gymnasium which. with 1
fOIT'T i. .'' ; i !
the Best Quality. Nannie T. Daniel i' the gigautk anij.Htheater. will be tha ,
i .: his liii 1.1-> --i., SOLD EVERYWHERE. with a strong,', inn, face, is! I I central of the physical culture exhlbit utt S IS' fy: !
lit-dill\: :: ir, ; t
tt on. I i i
that rotisjrog'- second live president: of the Intern '; 4[ I! of the Louisiana Purchase expo !
e. : I
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tloual Brotherhood of Bookbinders. sition. The gymnasium will cost $IS..), 1 j
.',i ii.jt'il Ouvorni V\t to the root of the whole matter j
/ $ i COO, and will have accommodations go : ;
.' when thp twr 1; Oeall.D 1E'Bi31E181iim1 I v.orsasa e *, *. | ,
"nn .
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!h oth< i II: lv.:'t tilpf Mrs. .1. G. Lausrhlin! : of Seattle Las : for 2.0C1 people j thoroughly, quickly safely !j I i hi I I

manifested business talent that is rebLc The Amalgamated Society of Painters ] and restore the action of the I I i
', 'In nl 1 the
> : OL I
I What the i
.i jiiorshetwc(,r. IUlll'l.aLlc. Lad first to lose all ': or New York which ordered a LIVER to normal condition. ; : : '. I t'I'I'

a good!: thing foi the Wuuy she possessed before it occurred !1, SECRETSI general strike over a month ago for: G \e tone to the system and : ; t
to her to her af- an advance in of !5 it) ai I ,
manage own wages cents (

,' -ithat I iecf>
SIUIllIt'tl down under such d: reamstances in sympathy with the painters hu
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: n likelihood of II on her W3to semi-intal;.:i-' Take No Substitute..., I t tj
I and pone: to live with a bur- been ordered by the board of building i't
Is About tll'wJ brother-in-law or some relative, ] cause ] by prc0''y suftvr much ; trades. .. i
I I.1ID& |i I Igr.orance prompts Ler to suffer al.m.. I
Dies' of Cancer. i] lut not Mrs. Laughlin. She estab1lished | in silence anJ reri.iin in the dark as t, Two interesting sales have just been The BeerThat .11:1: : I III
I 'r :>>a@Bast=s t53rJEA herself! in an olfice as a realetate I the true cause-mollierhocxl. held
1 -Tho Marqui. Christies one consisting of j
dealer. A woman's name upon Mother's Friend tikes the d.ictor'- i.1
.tatf-sman. dl-it1;. YOUNG woman woo was atvituts the office door attracted the carious place and she has no cause for an inter porcelain sculpture, furniture and old \' :t:

!H! I tlm/ranllt'd th III u',' Il'i.I" t"Il"ivinga : at I first, but immediately she showed \iew. She is her own doctor, and her French tapestry and the other of Jewels Made ;! i i :! Ii

:M.iill j HI. III'' U'II'' d intii'liT" li.iv" dlelK a her ability added other lines: of business | modesty i is protected. Ddilapplicatidii! and lace, cables the London correspondent

al \\H! M \\-\ni\\'IT npnrttr I that "lib-1 I tr the breast and, abddun-n! the mahout of The Herald. A rare sixteenth
was he'ped' f-ic-atly by the Klon-

>' .1 S.i' 11"11, (,t'rtI i"Jil"(1; i is had l duJo'U"fire :jnrls" \\tnt sLu herself to, parties!; was, dUe million:: 1 boom all and acquired is now in worth comparatively nearly a :|i] and penal pregnancy rest of undisturbed.Mother's b":5t4tti..n trill c.: ole.m her a cheerful ton, .rgo wood the a mmature century gold of Queen pendant Elizabeth containing ELNNgR! R rAM& U : Ii ;

balls inn) theaieif.: at the listof (hir- ; few ,\'ears.FI.IZA. I fetrhed the top price of the sales' I f f1:5 ]

--- b tit; !cr, its to Lave wandered about'1 AKCIIAKn CQNNF.U.Some : Friend $2C'oO.; : I \ :i

l(. -.1" \\i.iii-\t-r she liked with youthsof : i I Karl Vim Bismarck who claims to ; i ,
CATARRHrsnHiltlll ( u r inn. nook 1'111. .
tier tlWtlUI' and older First! her i is a liniment for external use onl11 be a grandnephew of the late Prince VICTORIA I :
,I. .. In the sixteenth century we find the I would indeed he shameful if sacrifice \ ;
M : 1 !I. I-n;:. .,11. .!lien the I'S"OII't'r nrg. : greatest extravagance displayed in the [ of modesty were ncces.ry to the succe<:'- Germany from New York, friends hav. MADE PY ACME BREWING co. ; ,
titles! of l.o"I\s. These be taken ful issue of children.
.. ny : htolthy All women \ t
lerti-il ii.. :u next this pn-oocious" girlLld ing provided the funds and \
ns csarnph-s' : "The Spiritual! Snuffbox. '! about to become lothers: need send only having ni->t IO-CKNT: HOTTLK BEEn It i r rIS
< abandoned the Lifrh school where
+ :
; ; obta' d his .
discharge under
u (] t.) Lead Devoted Souls to Christ" and I to .1 dnis* store and for :1.0 secure tle! suspended TOIVX.DA.NNHEISSER.
HAYflVEnf t I she uouid Ila n- graduated in a jearjmore I "Tl.e Spiritual Seringa For Souls' price childbirth rtmed. Health} bat\;' 't sentence by Judge Newburger. in i"1
t" "bivt, lun." I'ruin her own 1| the result of ; Mother's rriccil., the I !
I are ;->ein ; court of general sessions on a BROS.AGENTS
In !
Steeped Motion. A work on j .
1m'J.:! exiitriniie the blwllnw brnlnul, rain : Christian chnritpublished in 1587 Is !I Our book i1oite.h od" mailed free. charge of burglary In the third de.gree. : i I ;

cr: .-atunutnr-> the dictum that "lHr-l I THE ESAOFIELD REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA GI ,\ Bismarck FOR THE CELEBRATED t : (
was accused of I
entitled "Buttons and Buttonholes ForL'eiieters' t
gags I ty Is bad for f'iriv"Vell\ it dependsI' Bicethes." Another quaint ||I stealing tapestries to which he said I I I. W. Harper Vhisley. t Ii I I t #h;
the and babe
i. (Ill gIrl her mother. \ a he 4
publication is Father La Chaucie's: Linemen Have Narrow Escape. was djuvfnby_ hunger.No ._ !
lunatic or an idiot must restrained to i Main House-101 8. Palafox street. l i, I
COLD 'N HEAD II'rt''cnt | work entitled "Bread Cooked on the Savannah July 19.-Two linemen ot False Claims. I !
self t1jllr11111 hurt to others RR. Union
I Exchan\te-Opp. j.
;, Abhcs the Southern Bell Depot. i (
[ Pllias : ; Brought by an Angel to theTrophet company
ll" iln ant I'lou-ct- but even a girl of thirteen who has or- i The proprietors of Fole>'s Honey P. O. Box a81. Pensacola, Fla. : i :
Kligiah: (Elijah) to Comfortthe : narrowly escaped electrocutionhere.
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tl! rot Tn ts I Iu .. 116-268. ;
4 i. dinary common KI-IIM: ? and bas I. nprop.rly and Tar do not advertise this :
('rltC"ht-" bynau tying." Another was Issued with : W. H. Sandlfier was hurled as a i
taught is. safe from nil barm. ,
"sure cure for consumption. Theydo
: I 'I the! curious title of "TLe Lamp of S. j from a pole by a telephone wire that -- t
r I-.UOTIIKI-, A girl who has the right kind of mother not claim it will cure this dread .
'ttNiloik.. Augustine and the Tiles That Flit '! had been "
-tn ; surcharged by a street rail
knows complaint in advanced but do
the follies and the dancers; :, cases,
that beset 'oung'OUlt'I1.. The schoolgirl I j Around It. 'I way w ire. Half an hour later at the positively assert that it will cure in 'I.

. who Las brains too will bo pro The following very attractive title same place J. F. Thomas caught hold the earlier stages and never fails to 1 I

FOR t't'tlly her love of study or favorite appeared in a book published at Newcastle of a wire that burned his hands severe. give comfort and relief in the worst ? V f t t'

UBLICITY pursuits from running after boys to In ItWc; ":':ome Beautiful Biscuits I ly. He tried to throw It over his cases. Foley's Honey and '];ar is '' i
Cooked In the Oven of Charity without doubt the greatest throat and .
I head and became entangled in it. Many
PEOPLE have a brainless' harmful ood
THE and Put Aside For the fowls of the lung remedy Refuse substitutes '
I If a mother I i1* sensiille i and iIt<'IIi -I'nt,1 parts of his body were burned, andhe :
-- Church the Sparrows of the Spirit and Sold by \\ A. D'Alemberte. 121 South ,
i Flip is restrained would have fallen to the ground if 1 '
: if not what is rf'Jl- Palafox street. ; .
, V> ira cititi 1 \ 011 a Cent the Swallows of Salvation. I '
Ler !
I, I ly iinpurtiiruillsliiitsi! Prow iTopt-rly he had not been supported by the i I' "i,
and\ heart Nard is head Instructing lur ibildren! and if such awoman's I '' wires. He was finally rescued by ti
I box of Chamberlain'sStomach
am using a
fl' t-.r\I1'I.I> daughter hats average! g'1od :i Foreman Charles Watklns, who : i
I and Liver Tablets and find I
. = = = -.:;.;..- +; that! daughter;: unly' threcu I j climbed the pole and. though, burning
"them the best thing for stomach i i .
n"\1: t. \ I" I .urs-). ( tun be trusted to f.o around the i i iwuld my I his hands i !I !"Clll1lr.1ate i+ on every hex of the g"nninei A' '
--- a1,'ire. If Lowev r, !she is of the j I1 ever used. says T, W. Robinson, her and Thomas are both laid up l by i ,:( tIt
I Laxative Eromo.QuininCT&blets
,.1..1\1101 furnl- idiot: : s<.it <:f the r\'l ntef'a'Yl'ar.ul.l i] Justice of the Peace, Loomis Mich the injuries. i t 61 1 Ii
M 1 1 III klll.1. of prrey I the r':iuojy that carcn a cold In one day. J : "
fctnctest esiientnwd .'ciiiij!: woman who laid it i i These tablets not only correct dis- I Ii

,1 ; [0'\. A. Fisher! d.-vn that "liltrty! !is l br.d for girls" I orders of the stomach but regulate Primary Has Been Ordered. '

then! the parents
..urovt-a real .... restrain her by force if necessary, from I to take and pleasant in effect. Price I committee of the second con !I cures colds, prevents pneumonia I i
M I i iniiijit3 At low running nt large. !125: cents per box. For sale by all f i j I
1: i r K.: Brooks. druggists and medicine dealers. t gressional district met here yesterdayand I Is Low t Ii.i
:',1..1'ji :nt, H'ber r. I ordered a primary to nominate a1 I ,

-- ::1m-1mvo This morning I saw a well dressed!' Only Jar of It. Kind. I candidate to succeed Colonel A. A The llappy Home is the in the kitchen always, when gas is t'i i I

.' !:,.-il mont-y? young; woman go out through the door Horace Walpole told a lively story of "I Wlly. A plurality will nominate. I well"furnisliedhome. used for cooking. And you don't I.
M 1 N I. 'ji.t eau want of a nstauranr and walk along thestreet ,
an old porcelain tender who had an The date is the same with the state
1\ 1'roue' I Marston have to worry over the rise in the
iI ,', uprut t tv real chewing: a toothpick! exceedingly: rare and valuable jar on primary. Aug. 25, and the rules le .; !, i ,
rr :'4 teat:i 1',1- II Quina can supply of coal. It .. .
you price is fuel
intfniKKOM which he net an almost fabulous price. every way the same. After the meetIng par excellence I t

It is curious to note Low many English -I One hot summer slightoleaulc shock Colonel Wiley banqueted the committee with all needed in the way in the warm weather. No .

I a ,'" '' ': ,.'. :i ,-.- ir'ipcrty Ml INKY pro.: writers there are from OuiJa i, such as the Britls-h occasionally experience I at Fleming's. He has no oppositIon of house furnishings at the heat, no ashes; no dirt, no dut. -instead is!

RI, Ri' i t.,> or ii..!''l! real N9I dawn, who indulge ill natured things i joetlllis; ; house about his ears but Terry Richardson oocuplea !lowest cash credit. "
): '. ." > haven -Ame'rieanswheueler1ossibl... Sarah 1 and split his porcelain \ase. To an ordinary a threatening attitude on the subject :{ prices or ; comfort, convenience, clean- : ;;

w i <-<',\'attended* Co.to6.on .\. Twle '. for instance, describing ina mind the accident would have : of being; a candidate. Former Con. I ,I lines?, economy. Gas stoves andranges i{ '. '

,. ji' I i "' London periodical the crowning:: of a i pressman Stalling announces definitely of ,
: every and style supplied r '
nN foveryoai"
'- N ill lead money certain 'queen says, "She hud what our rose superior to fol tmll'. lie doubled that he will\ not be in the race. irroo fr*.
r .t .... d-ti' American frl Mi !s call n most elegant "I the price of the arti le immediatelyI ,i I Awarded at Tart by the Pensacola Oa Company J I '

"' -\1 I I\\ .. c'.rmUition.ll'ah! : from IIf'rul'rlor!' I atIn':ti"I'(1 it as "the only jar In Escaped with Handcuffs On 1 at Lowest Price I i
Leiirht of knowledge: of tho Lnplish i I the world which had been cracked by Montgomery! Ala. July 19.-Mark '

j ii, s"ft> mvfstf laiutuge.wi'ulil iritii-iie s-urh Incorrect I an earthquake." Nothing! very slow ;
I nHIII""ltb ; 1 j juse j Howard a convict from this county auiNAlAROCHE 1'eosacola Gas Co. I ;

,'.t. write u- for of the word "elegant"! ) ns specially about that; whether he pot LU money I who escaped in lb9C and who was can ,, :
-ulicitor. wauti-d. Aitu-iUuu. If Sarah knew as much as Is not added, but certainly Le deserved I other
turod the day at
::i A luu-stment I escaped again .. No. 3 S. Palafox St.. Pensacola fit t
she thinks she' dm-s, she would beawure : !it t r I
using l\i. 1'jylw I Calera while on his way to the mines. }
-- that this sense; of the word elegant : WINE CORDIAL 'j
The window and Howard I
t' car was open ,
a fourpnrfld'i t K utuwrkau nt all but Tbe Coaiaek'n TVhlp. I Highest recommendations for cure of Poorness \
r '.. Sale at the I'rntuodxvs. ; wasbrought II who unacquainted withItussia went through it with his handcuffson. of Blood, Stomach troubles and General Dc'iliy CHOICESTOF J : I Ir
People } "
Jiiji't' to us originally by British ;sub- !- Incrciies the appetite, strengthens : '
He ran right through the town
JiM-ts tht'lI -dn's. lu what, Judging'i ;; and who read of street disturb- the Denes sad builds up the entire >y>tcm. I
rv bay draught and got into the woods before his i
bring buppref&ed' by the Cossacks -, pur
r ances
I"" 11111,1' .V lurk from Ltr Lane, was Ler own native !i! 29 rap llrnuut

ur<.. power nqnh' hollermplrte tiohed country",Ill did Recant Sarah wukeV"no.n.r Lear IUt'n-l i!j I of what with formidable their whips weapons have little these Idea are. sneis could overhaul him. E..Koug.-rn PARIS A .ti,. FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY I-t L

,. wooil saw r. k | Made of Lard leather and tapering:; to i i Mother Always Keeps It Handy. I II !
".11. for u>e. I! 1fine jx.iLt. they are triangular In !
_._ Wjlw- Clara I'.arton.: the original lied Cross I Inru. shape, and the Cossack who knows j "My: mother suffered a long time

I'I r I."It",.t It II 110I ;- ..,' i.i u-i' during:; the t'hil111' and his 'from distressing pains and general C. APOSTLE'S
I how to bring; the edge; down upon I ;
I (nrni with hoiiit i()=GOLAY=@ i
the I
\nwr! 'ill
.:n at once. ANo for t'an pritldnnt tLe KedCro victim can !inflict! a wound that is not health due primarily to indigestion -

-'V.. '.-_., uajon, trw' Ini.u ,.s ssH-u-ty, $''''IlIS endowed with I"'r-j infrequently fa till. A favorite stroke ," says L. \\'. Spalding, Verona, '! 14 East Gmnnnt 81.! t ; ,

"' .: ''nu1, l'orro..pond 171ylw": chnial. outh. In Cuba with her nurses ', Is one by which the eye and a portion Mo. "Two years ago I got her to try i Grist and Corn Meal Mills, I !

dm ti rs ami 'UI'IIII' at the time of the of the cheek are cut.Can't Kodol.! She grew better at once and I i i Formerly Cordova Restaurant Htandi : t tI
t .
F ..Min-t aehlrable" lot lai war there in Te\as after the great now, at the age of seventy-six, eats 13. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop i, .
i > urine by the Fisher One car-load of .
i 11.76 '
Pineapples nt
: \ \ >, 'i">i Youth Palafox storm \attated iaheston; she jllm.-1 1 ------ ------ --' -- -- ,I anything she wants, remarking that anutactlren I' to f:2.00.! ) dozen.
effects, she hasher I 'I i
calm she fears no bad' : as
n"-." '11 this year to far :St. Petersburg : CHOICE 'U\L ASn TUUKOUOUNr
bottle of Kodol l handy" Do notI I :
I lUll &-A1.1:. to attend! the Bcd Cross conference, I Eat I Ii I waste time doctoring symptoms. GoI STOCK VEKl\ j PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I f'" : :

--- when1 she Las lately ivcei\ed an o\li' i, after the cause. If your stutnach is I Patronize Home Industry, for tbere U |i __ ___ : j
F' I 'I{ i \I'-!"iJrhoard. cot. lion that I.IU"t hart warmed :Hit 1tlirm..1 very reason you should bay yonr Metl and :I :. '.iTOfc i,
'R'1 talili-. anuctmir and 11'hy, '! The stomach H weak, the sound, jour health will be good. Kodol tock teed from the Home Maaafactarer, w. C. ROWE M. D.
i\ 'I North I'alatox; her heart. The Spanish! delegates appetite i is gone and the bowels are rests the stomach and strengthens 'or by so doing you encourage borne Indni- i I .; ; .

- ItI to the conferencep; iialy! vied constipated. Nothing will do you as the body by digesting your food. It and Your In money torn are Is left Indirectly In the community beneflted.IE I Office 17>i S. 1'aUfoi. t :

'.t.. It"lIt. with one another In attention to her because much good a? a do e of Ho=tetter's is nature's own tonic. Hargis' Thar fostering the borne manufacturer you Hours from s to PU: a. ra. aad 1 to 8 P. m J : ,
of her kmdacbi to their fellow Stomach Hitters before each meal.It I nines, John Sheppard ant Sydney contribute to the cause of labor. Ion ow
I \ J aad after o'clock
) ''iv
rooms at I It to community In which you live and ,
-tre..t. aim cnuiitrjnien In Cuba. Iy nature Miss; will strengthen the stomach, restore Kahn. which contributes to your inpport. Mono OCZ. ;

Karton Is of delicate! build and rather the appetite prevent Constipa.tion -- j :
II, --- -- -- .
\ --
I' \ .iiiU-->Iile. fragile hooking but her enthusiasm for and positively cure IXDIUESTIo.V. ;

'I'I t .- "r hulnrnw 9. -Splendid; ; her IM-IOMM work keeps her young a nJIItl'lnJ DYSPEPSIA iSlLIOfSXESS: AX1
: p nr man Short time l
; : 1 or conducting your ; i iWhateier il A lioiTLr and see for yourself. Don't '
\ !-.. p :
inwages from Hart.IIOMUOIH accept a :;ubstitute.HOSTETTER'S.
"i euarntucpd.barber important take 'LI'
step we
"': College :'It'W i
JJSu we /,:'t'lll'rally'bb we Lad not done it, '

1\ t\ ,\ for awhile nt least. Still that I Is how F. E. BRAWNER'S. '
;.rl to tlo general '
.t'l I 11:- 8Lio.. IS:Jiutt South we learn things. r. i STOMACH BITTERS.DR. ;ii i ; !;

\\ et t ", ol, t
solicitor; will pays r
The Chinese belies! in reincarnation.A r. i
i" Ad-
: " right one.m'Itf1I China woman who died not long) KING'ST f }-For Seven Days we will Offer the Following Prices-: < t. i ; II

\ \\, xnuni: men from E<- since and knew sl.e'as going out of NEW DISCOVERYFOR LI.
; 1 ': '* I\t once to prepare for"v life expressed the earnest wish and I I.

> i anent: Inst.ber\lce.. Cedar KapITJlm\prr -- hole .tljat in her next Incarnation she THAT COLD. 20 doz Men's; French !Neck dropY'JO Pair Men"s New Orleans Hewed You should look at our line of I ,

__ stiched, undershirts for2-5c! ; drawers or Cable Screwed rihoe' ;, for this sale Ladies' High I and Low Cut shoes .
'\V.I'u: : TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. to match. $1.20; :solid leather. WP can save you money. !
.. kinds ot empty beer The Same Old Story.J. .
-I 8, A.FBIKOMAR. norttf'MB Cures ConsumptionCoughs, 25 doz Men's Fancy Striped! Lace 175 Pairs Men's Hand Hewed Vici I,1 s) yards' Lawn, fast; colored, !
A. Kelly relates an experience and Plain Silk Finished '
lialbrigan worth 8 close
-- Colds Bronchitis Asthma iC. to at 6c yard.
Kid Shoes in four different
. POll.THY. similar to that which bas happened Undershirts at i,)c each; drawers to shape I "
' Pneumoni HayFeve Pleurisy :1 match. toes; regular $I, for this eale U.95 a 500 X-Bar Muslin, regular 7o ;
S'\. BROWN KOHORX8toci : in almost every neighborhood in the : pair: goods to close at 4}2C yard. t f \ -.. and Eggs: for sale United States and has been told and LaGrippe Hoarseness, 10 doz Men X-Bar Undershirts, 1,000 yards Unbleached Domestic I I t t
__ "w' isHardwarefo's.! li att11A111 1' worth 50c, for 40c ; drawers to match. I have bought the fall line of Levy- to close at 4}'c.
re-told thousands of others. He Sore Throat Crup and :
lO1) "Last by summer I had an attackof I I I 25 doz Men's Scriven Patent, seam Pou Co. boys' shoes that I will close;; 1 OX) ) yards Best Check Gingham, i
says: Whooping Cough. side drawers, worth 65c, for this sale out at cost. fast colored i r
Jp's"A\RAH KEIKVK-Manafactnrer; dysentery and purchased a bottle of regular 7c goods for i
i:' M ." *' :n Klr Goods, H U. Toilet Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and NO CURE. NO PAY. 3ac. I 125 pair Boys' Easy Walker, reg- this Bile 6c. 1 ; e$
Ie.: ; ---0i.etc.s.: W, Government used 23 doz Boys Extra Size Pants, 12 to 10 pieces White and Red Table r'
Diarrhoea Remedy which I according Price 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. nlar 5uc goods to close at 35c pair. I
to directions and with entirely, 17 years, worth f 1 a pair, for this sale' Linen, regular 4uc goods; to close at I '

;fWt'f.. Fur b'uuurah satisfactory results. The trouble was f|i 50c. 75 pair Men's! Low-Cut Patent 25c yard. No one over 5 yards.' I # 1

F.:;or t--I: --R; furnllb4 controlled much quicker than former CURE YOURSELF ITM We carry a full line of Boys' Wash Leather Shoes we have been selling 30 pieces Medicated 21-Inch Cotton f

* s,'oE\ f ,.*..3302Qnetor Dec ldesigni attacks when I used other remedies." I' CGYira Big 6 for nanttonl, Pants. Call and see them. 'I at '2.&) pair to close at 11.75 pair. Diaper, worth boc, for this sale 60c. ., f 1 t

Eo .,, -1" Mcreno.aa: Welt citizen of busies diebuge.lndsmmstlon. s+ t l
: .-, Gregory Mr. Kelly is a well-known irnutiont or nlwrtUont r

"_"-- 'l-'_tV P14WEH. :SWl druggists Henderson and, X.medicine C. For dealers.Fogey's sale ,by all .. nuErusG al.rwrwa.cnl,4oa+ts'cALCo.of not Pwnlew ma or coat, sad mrmbr.aesfteml. oB.1. not.MUM** This Sale will Positively Not Run Longer Than Seven Days. f 'fe !

C'i': ; .: it;-and :: % f.
Floral i iI
Leslgnsordered :
\( or sent In plain r ppr. I
II '. i for customres. Kidney Cure I>T iprtw, prepaid, (or
ro;! ilo.-en0ltts! : West Gregory II 00. or > bottle,rWl.edlt j I ;lij} lO 5 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. @ s
Mlm mikes kidneys and bladder rfehi *CircuUr Mbt on I ,1H

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T, TLT TT .:: TonightJust OFFICIAUCANVASS LAMAR'S 'Stronet t in I the-\\VotI'l"\- '

before retiring, if your liver ii ,
{ Politics andPoliticians = sluggish,out of tune and you feel dull, OF ESOAMBIA'S VOTEThe : -

bilious, constipated, take a dose orHood's The "_.-\-nnual ,
tall'lIl( ,
Ktered at the Poet Office at rensacola, MAJORITYIN Ending DecemIKr ;tl
Pills "t

i b FU.I'alatox"OTTICE.second-claea street:-Pltt', ap-tairb..matter.Building, :S11H Mouth t jj jjThe 8 8b And you'll be all right in the morning of night lEa democratic cambia to canvass county executive the met returns committee Saturday of-- !l THE EQUITABLE ;' tl

election of July 15, the
TO CANVASS the primary
:Ji -s-

Terms: Invariably in Advance. primary election system of i result being as shown in the tabulated : tIff ASSURANCE[ EOCljy ij f

i _.__ ._. ._1500
I DM Year by Mall statement elsewhere in this issue. following unofficial figures I ,
its XOQtbl ____. __. __'n i 50OB making nominations has been given, CONGRESSIONAL VOTEThe Assets .. .. ... . . Carrier, Payable Monday 10 its first test in Florida and it has In the absence of Secretary Dan show that General W. B. Lamar is I Reserve and otir: 1.1 u ,

: TELEPHONE NO. 118. given almost universal satisfactionwith Murphy, Julius Menko acted as sec- safely elected as first congressman itiesSurplusfromwhic'Di.. .. .. .. . _

Democratic Executive com- retary, at the request of Chairman of the new Third district: Rates Furnished on Application the great mass of the people.It mittee of the Third Congressional ; ) ( !: \ 1

I needs amending in only one Parkhill, who presided.Thejnewspaper COt' TY. E'RD. LA'IIAR. InR'. dends are paid . -
par- district will meet at Tallahassee Calhoun.. ..._. ...... :I li !-.i 'i1

. &! UNION 6El ticular-a nominate. plurality The requirement voteshould that a Thursday morning, July 24, to canvass rect in some particulars figures as were shown incor-by ElcamLia17.._.._. ..... S 0151I 11 :rsdFraukiin. "II I{ Paid 1901 to.Policy-holder.. ...... .. . < .- "::tI
r rys. the vote of the primary electionof Gadsden..22 4:? 'SI I ;.1 :f
ti the table in the vote for New Insurance in iwu *
notably congressman l
i candidate shall receive a majorityof I Ilolmes ..._. ...... ..... PI S"l! 1Jackson. ; I .
r JULY 2) 1902I I the whole vote cast makes a sec- July 15. the official count showinga ..... ..... ..... .i l'IM r4'3: Total Insurance in ft.rc ;
: A. H. D'Alemberte I Dec. 31, 1H01\ .. ;
Secretary expects Jefferson .... ..._ 3 7th! IIII ..
of three votes! for Hon.
ond primary necessary in many to leave here 1Vednesdaysoas plurality I Leon ... ..... ...... .. li :W! ;uN'Liberty Notwithstanding tin- :J;
I ; 4 TEXAS democrats, in state convention cases where there are more than W. B. Lamar, while the unofficial 'I ..... ......._ 11 \l'l iIMaditon cial strength of the St.- .
1&M' assembled, "declare their faith to be in Tallahassee at the beginning ......... ...... 2Q V2; Jil: greater security! whir. .
showed like for .
two candidates, and that unnecessary I figures a plurality
j' In the principles! of the party asset! of the session. Haute Hosa'i sits holders thereby enjoy : '. "
expense. The candidatewho Fred T. Myers. Walt ulla.. ...... ._. Fl :.; :..411'rlton are LOW and OVARAN| F.. ri,
forth in the Kansas City platform. I ..... ........... ,;i :r. :1.6 ter than given by otll>'l .
-- ------ receives the largest number of If a Man Lie to You, This difference was in the votes of :
Washington ....._ SI 1"1 i5
TUE North Carolina democratic votes should be entitled to the nom- And say some other salve, ointment precincts 1,15 and 17. At No. 1 the -

state convention made no mentionof lotion, oil or alleged healer is as good I U-J tall 1132: KXOWLES
ination. official returns showed 8 votes for BUGS.
the Chicago or Kansas City platforms as Bucklen's Arnica Salve, tell him Total rote cast .m..... ..n ttt1! <
s. '; but simply said "we reaffirm thirty years of marvelous cures of j Myers, while the newspaper reports Lamar's majority over Myers .1.17K GeneralK
, The primary system is the people'sweapon Piles, Burns, Boils, Corns, Felons, I H
t Lamar's majority over Myers and
our allegiance to the democratic I showed 10, and in No. 15,
against bossism and corruption Ulcers, Cuts, Scalds Bruises and Skin beard combined . .. fl 309 8. Palafox St.. l'EX-o' ,
3 'J party and principles as enunciated I Eruptions prove it's the best and Mr. Myers' vote was only 122 instead Lamar'a majority ol total vote cast 45:
iu its national platforms." in politics and they should cheapest 25! cents at W. A. D'Alem- -
of 12oas; reported. Judge! Lan- FRANK
----- stand firm and prevent the politicians berte's drug store. Of All Hot Weather Enemies SECARrSBATHDeep HOUSE t
1. OXE of the most striking illustrations drum, who was one of the inspectorsat _
of humanity cholera is the worst.
4 of the intrinsic" :! well as from depriving them of their No. 1G; stated that 122 water sea: bat
was correct Treatment to be effective must be
. pi 1 pecul.1tin-value of one of theSouth's right to nominate the men of their i DEATH OF AN day for white peopi.! / -
i' that he had noticed that the news- prompt. When vomiting, purging compartment for tads wtendaut.
3 i principal resources of wa the choice. I m CITIZEN : papers had it 125; and -knew at the and sweat announce that the disease Neat,'jt. bi -: .
recent investment
r is combat it with PerryDavis' bath house in the! m
I !: but wise financial expert, Russell !j Daniel Webster once said: "It is I ____ 1 time that the figures were wrong. I present Painkiller. All bowel troubles cent:. FK\N -

'r Sage, inloNjIJ< acres of southern pine, time to do away with caucuses; they j I i The returns from precinct No. 17 i Cor. Cevallo. and Z ," ,
I j II Joseph B. Rosique, 7(5 years of age i like diarrhea: cholera morbus
!! -
I -- --
land. make great men little and little men could not be found and the vote was: j and dysentery are overcome by P.iin- -- -
-- ----- I | died yesterday morning at his homeon I
1 ; i : ate newspapers are still engaged j i great. The true source of power is East Government street, of !: recounted, showing 19! for Myers in- :1 killer. It is equally; health-prumnot 134 134 134 134 m

f! I in circulating the Lake City the people." stead of:20 as reported.The I lUg in all climates. I -" -'- '- -. .

4 r l ,#t Index item about a newly-discover. strangulated hernia. His illness i 134 ; -|SAiifnoB'jTcIfpt-
new board of public instruction -. 131
ed grape which, although "seedless" ," The Toledo, 0., Bee says: "The i had been a short one. REGISTRATION NOTICE.
will consist of A. V. Clubbs.A.C. : I :.
is believed to have originated "from I nominating convention is the stronghold The remains will be taken to St. The registration books will be

aj 33 3 t '' seeds left by/a wreck" on an island I of the boss, and a primary election Joseph church this afternoon :at 5 B'ouut' Jr., and W M, Agerton, i opened at my ollice iu the courthouse 134 :; 1thforl'I11011 110 il'' ': I 13'

{ in Pensacola, Fla., commencing ... .. .
; near Key West, and "some of the I the latter defeating E. Ward, while -
that should be held o'clock and afterward toI1chtel's
under the conveyed I ; the first Tuesday iu Aujcu-t,
seeds" of which: have been plant ]i the other two had opposition. The three days in each week-Tuesday: 134 134 134 134 134
secret ballot law would at least arm a :st. } : cemetery for inter- I i
ed at the Florida experimentation.THE ----
and : -
1 _____ I vote was as follows:' Clubbs, Hob; ; Thursday Saturday.I :- =
2 community against its bosses. ment. I i find the od: registration books Do -ntfirN
t'' Lake City I ndex says: "Pen- mount, liati; ; Agerton, C5U; ; Ward, badly copied, and will say for little y..u want money a nlat"if -.. a

sacula's business through the custom The Indianapolis, Ind., Sentinel GRAND PICNIC AND CONCERT to those who have had any trouble Stephens, the jeweler. II- a

f house at that place for the past says: "The question of primary UNDER THE AUSPICESOF :; 4G.It was ordered that a second prI- ly registered by i their names on the not books being; ,proper that if commodate you.

;; year was $14,405,031. This does not THE CONCORDIA: CLUB AT will call at otlice the
( election reform is merely a questionof mary be held Aug. 12 to decide who I my
cover the entire business of the port, I in elections. MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY, days" named, I will correct all such
purity shall be commissioner from I and do utmost to the EVERY4
but simply exports and imports by Jl'LYH. TICKETS. 2G; CENTS; county errors my get
', vessels." The total value of : ; districts 3 and 4, neither of the books in proper shape for tile funeral I
The Beaver Falls, Pa., Times says: CHILDREN, 10 CENTS. TRAIN candidates election. 1'.N.AtMs.

I V : "exports and imports"-was: "All real reform of election abuses WILL LEAVE UNION DEPOT I from those precincts havingreceived I Supervisor Registration County. HOUSEWIFENeeds

fi |14,4H-'bl I. to foreign ports alone, AT3P.M.ANDhhP.M.SHARP.PROF. jyl9cl!
must begin with that of the primary a majority of the vote cast.
ktt cot counting exports to domestic I CHAFFERS' COMPLETE I i I
141 A resolution was adopted certify- 'SANTA ROSA SURFBATHIMCJSTABLISHMEHT
; ports, which while large, are :g- election law. CONCERT: BAND WILL FURNISH a Bottleof

i cored in compiling the maritime THE MUSIC. AMUSE- ing the names of those elected. j

: wl'' statistics of this port. Of the primary system the Boston, MEN T AND SPORT FOR EVERY i Before; adjournment Chairman C. Turpentine!

ci u Mass, Herald says: "It i is the BODY. I j-td 15. Parkhill announced that this was Fish chowder will be f-rved every whether for Cleaning: Beds '

coming reform in ------ Sunday evening. Private partiescan Clothe or for Stings of It: -
[ BAARS DUNWODY party management the last meeting of the present committee -
i Need More Help. arrange to have the same or Cuts, Hruisror anythhijr
' i i tne only sure way yet discov- their successors" having been mother I refreshments served at anytime Kverybojy kiiuwu,. vahji of r

iJ ered for depriving the boss and his Often the overtaxed organs of diges I during the week at reaonablei Spirits: of Turppnuti' in ,'I, onto
declared elected. He thanked all the
tion cry out for help by dyspepsia'spains i terms. See: umanalrerUIIAS.! get the genuine ar tj,,

I I i machine of preponderating influence ,I i nausea, dizziness, headaches, members for their many courtesies : H. Bl'RTON. it is put up by tteBuffalo:

'l1ti i1'l1ti in the matter of nominations." I{ liver complaints and bowel disorders. :'to him and expressed the hope that i i

4 Judge Johu C. A very and Messrs. Such troubles call for the prompt use .
C 5 !I !I the new committee might work as FAMILY SEASON TICKETS ''
H Tuuison & Loftin, attorneys for the : Tl.e Baltimore. Md., American :of Dr. Kind's New Life Pills. They "I
harmoniously and give as general
bankrupt firm of Baar Duuwody & I!'! says: "The caucus or convention asa are gentle thorough and guaranteed AT MARTS BATH HOUSE
satisfaction! as he believed the
to cure :2o;; cents;:; at W. A. D'Alem- pres-
>. nominating: medium oilers
't'( Co., :Saturday: filed with E. K. i I exceptional -
Utrt.-'s drug store. ;eat committee had done. He also i Frank Kigari: will issue H-J family
; Nichols, referee in opportunities for bo-s rule.
bankruptcy a | thanked all his friends for the llatI I -eason tickets for baths at his splendid
,. schedule of the anJ liabilities Too often in the past they have
# 1 i assets : I tering vote they had given his father- I bath hou-e, for ;, family of one

& ll of the film, as follows: facilitated the nomination of unfit FRED MOORE I i to three at H-tW for the season and
I in-law, Judge Jos. B. Wall, for justice -
f I-ialiililifH.; I men for public office. The eradication for a family of from three up for two

of thee defects is the of the supreme court. I dollars. These season: tickets will
Taxes and wages which mot HERE YESTERDAYFred
Ii 11'1'' The committee then adjourned bathe whenever
!i entitle the family to
; Co.
; have priority..f tTs Iii 5 5Becond salutary result of the primary sys; I Mfg
The New Couiiuillee. they wish throughout the season.
il Claims, Citizens tem." I

National Bank.... .... .... 4-j,6i: M I I i Moore, formerly an employe The newly elected executive com 2-5j: jlm 1 who Guarantee it Ab Ilul. !i': t'
Second Claims, American The Buttalo, N. Y. of the Pens.icoU mittee, which will now manage the Saves Woman's Life.
Enquirer says: : navy yard was a Only 10 Cents a Bottle.
p'i ... ... .
.- I'-' : Unsecured National Bank Claims. .. .... 3tI.l1U 0,7'.f: 5H: i "The only salvation for this country :'I here yesterday with the visiting | affairs of the party in this county, i iiI To have given up would have meant

-the only which it basebill and I las follows: death for Mrs. Lois Cragg. of Dor
--- way by can rid men, pliyed second All kinds chairs anti

1 j, i. Total. ..... ..... ....fuO')51323: i itself of corruptionists and monopoly -j I base for the strangers.He Chairman-John B. Jones.; chester, Mass. For years she had of
The schedule also sets forth other I endured, untold misery from a severe rocking chairs at .Mar.'iItJn
+ t Il -i., to give the people an opportunity is now on salary, playing second 8t'cretary-Ben D. Beers.Precinct .
I creditors, the amount of whose lung trouble and obstinate cough. $ Quina's. Prices are l'erg'

; I claims are unknown and which it is i to nominate candidate*, and to for the noted Columbus, Ga., i I Commitlermen. "Often." she writes "I could scarcely low.

x4 t impossible at this time to estimate. I 1 have a larger measure of direct leg- I team and returned Ust night. His !1 Archie Beuton.I breathe and sometimes rould not _

I tt \.f'ti. s,i Mation.i j family is yet at the navy yard, and 2-J. Helton. speak. All doctors and remedies failed GO TOrnrc

+ ... The assets of the firm are set forth I, he paid them a visit yesterday. I 3-C. H. Abbott. till I used Dr. King's New Discoveryfor
jt't 1", I Consumption and was completely BOOKSTORE.
a? follow: !I The Chicago Tunes-Herald say- : I 4-A. C. Tippin.5E. .

1 tt r I' Bills and securities held The vilest and most dangerousmonopoly !PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL ; L. :Shelby.ftE. cured." Sufferers from coughs colds, .

; 4 'l and stock in trade.... ..$;;!I:2,;t';j i) I with which this country I throat and lung trouble need this
Gale BO
t if.ty.
i grand remedy, for it never disap-
ti Vessels :?,iuO i-J South Pc.G .
,. i has to contend today the nominating I
i-\. T. McMillan. A.
Cure is guaranteed byV.
Machinery and tools. 7,000 00 Third Annual Set.-.irn HrginH Sf|>- (points.

'.' j Miscellaneous personal monopoly of the partisan ma- trtubrr l.>. 1H.. aril Ends i b-Bud Procter. D'Alemberte, druggist. Price, !COc i j I'i HammocksTo

ff: property .... . 2"xJ I 00 chines." June TJ, 11MIJ. I y-R. W. Angle. and $1.00. Trial bottles free. make you C'omffrt c1J1.!

}' If Accounts due the firm, 10-J. A. Godwin.
j liquidated 303: <>75 11 I The Appleton. WK, Post says: The aim of this school i is to pro FINE STATIONERY. Novels.
11-J. R. Stewart.
4 Accounts dup the firm, "Xohodbitt men who want to run I vide thorough HIGH SCHOOL and I I lest Writer- :Sm-ill < -

liquidated (estimated).. h JUNI till I COLLEGE. PREPARATORY instruction. 12-John Touart. C. V. Thompson, No. II South !,
thins object to seeing the people The schools of especial .

3 tt + Total.... ..... .....-+ l.lJO-; -M I i run things themselves." interest to three clft"e*: I 13-Frank Reilly. Pahfox :street has just opened anew I Kodaks.
1. Tho-e who
having; completed 14-Jas.
i the grades of the publicchool wish I supply of Linen and Bond I'IIl'ketIter": an.l l 1'jt. .

w Menill lie Ito}". I The La Crosse, Wis., Press says: to pursue their tulies further with- !:: -W. A. Dunham. Papers, white, Mile and gray, with

I I In the excitement of a lively exercise 1 "The boodlers and the bulldozers of out having home. I' 1ft-W. B. Hubbird. Envelopes to match, Oxford siz s ; Baseball Goods.
t 2. Those who wish, with the aid
1 like boat-racing or ball-playing, j both of the great political parties are I of the careful attention 1 17-Henry Filliugim.Is also Foreign; Mail Tablet with En- I Hu:!. Ma--k-s. (il'ivfai: '-I! '-.

; J t will ,strain their muscles and that can be given in smaller classes 1I I M.O.
I they ; so unanimous in opposition to the primary I !- Baggett. velopes to match. Ink, Pencils Fishing Tackle.
1 I and a longer; sps-ion to advance
't 14 home limping and ore. Then they I':I'm election, because, if its provisions more rapidly than is possible for I 19-A.: J. Fil1in im. Penholder! Blankbook, File", etc., Lice, Hooks, Pol--, -i; .
k ia have Perry Davis'Painkiller
are glad they
I them in public schools.
20 \\ H.
are enforced, their Mayo.
r on hand to soothe the occupationis j 3. Those who are fitting themselves etc., always on hand. 1.1\1'1./-1.
a I i for college. THE <;--..)...... .<
gone.Treat ,
quivering nerves; to penetrate the Phone 234. ts.'_I.
ll I In addition to the usual! instruction : ALL WHO USE ATOMIZERS in
i' ?c. muscles with warmth and healing I.I
I in English Mathematics History treating: nasal catarrh will the
: get
I ij Your Kidneys For Rheumatism. ; ,
power. It has relieved the pain of Geography. Latin etc.,instrue- '
best're-ult from I
N of When from rheumatism !I tion is offered, witlitjnt rjelrn ; Ely's Liquid Cream ,
r two generations Americans. I you are suffering tuition J. M. FOLKMAN
-'t Large bottles 25 and 50 cent,. I the kidneys must be attended I tin Greek, French German and S; an- I Balm. Price including spraying ,
:i Hh. The school i is conducted at the : tube, 75cts. Sold by druggists or
to at once so that they will eliminate : ap/
AND I ; corner of West Gad-den a Spriug: : ; mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren St., r I I'EALERIN
II the uric acid from the bloo Foley'sKidney streE'ti', in a building which is to
MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY II Cure is the most effective' be arranged to adapt it especially to; New York. 1 '\AIL PAPER !' We have ."> .I'..; :>-''.
from the \ .if1Manuf
Cj1 NIGHT. TRAINS AT b, s.:30: AND I remedy for this purpose. R. T. Hopkins thp needs of the school. I New Orleans! Sept. I, I\IW. ctur" r- !is%
I "
1 The number of pupils in attend- Messrs. ELY BKCS:-I sold two v .
; I : -- *
of Polar Wis., says: "After unsuccessfully : ance is limited. Hence those desiring bottles of your Liquid Cream Balm I -- the United : -

2' l1l O. TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT I doctoring three years for : admittance should communicate> I I to a customerli'm. Lamberton, 1415/ f \ %. II I Feather Scroll, 15c per roll.

1 ; DEPOT._ rheumatism with the best doctors I {i as early as possible with the Princi !' Delachaise St., New Orleans; he has (:

1 Y. # i ; tried Foley's Kidney Cure and it pal.For | used the two bottles, giving him : I Dining Room Tapestry, |I.t J per r-' L
+ MEAT & MALT has a marvelous further information,terms and i wonderful and rao+t satisfactory re-
dietetic value. While refreshing cured me. I cannot speak too highly catalogue, addressH. ; suit. GEO. W. McDcFF

1 1 it helps assimilation 'of this great medicine." Sold by \V.A. CLAY ARMSTRONG: I ,._ PbarlUJcist. *
f 4 pleasant to.take, I t *'* Contractor for Decorating .
Principal orPER'l'ALH.WHALEY
D'Alembeite, 121: South Palafox I
i of food. Sold byDANNHEISSER 1
3f( BROS. ,street _ A--btaut.CA.STOnX.A. MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY Call Up Phone :tt: or Dn.p a I'""ul f'ar.L

it! t a Ball Bearing- I Grass Shears that will cut ? NIGHT. TRAINS AT 8, S:30 AND l All Work C 0. D. and Guarar.t' .

: keenFcl4t- .-are tie lt! KI'd tJ Paw Aaars; Ilr'qthaacr. 9. LAST TRAIN RETURN AT t
4 ting Lawn .. a, 'close, at the Willis Hardware # : 11:50. TICKETS 25 CENTS: AT Corner Baylrn and Government lrM'fI.

;t t. r Willis Hardware Co'st ; Co's. I DEPOT. I i ,One Jiock Weitof Foitcffice; Right on' .' r .*.



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-hAL President; F. C. HORTON Cashier; ,
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** ,VoSHEE.'Vice-Preiident: ; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. ,1 :
S. J Condensed Statement or tho
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(From Report to Comptroller.)


.. .. 'hI"| .................. ...... .... 1351,698.79: Capital Stock ...... ............. ...... .... J200.000.00 TWEEN NEGROES. In the Schlitz brewery you will find a plate glass room. In it ; i'are I'
.'.. '".' V.MU*. ..... .. .... ...... ...... .... 29.96667 Surplus Fund.... ..,... .... .... ..,... .. .... 10000.00 I cooling pipes, over which the het beer drips. Above it is an ;
* -.j..i. >. .. .... ...... ........ ...... .... 1.0j.iJU"- n.. Net Profits ...... ...... ....... ......... .... 7,612.72 I air filter! ana no air comes into this room save through that filter..No : ,
1.1, WJJ Premium... .......-.... O'U).. r -tcamea: etc... ...... .. ... ...... 2,625.00 Circulation...... ..... .. ...... .... .... .... 75,00000 But, after the beer is aged, we filter it, then bottle and seal it, 'i i
":' ;t." -*' JLd Fixtures; .... ...... .... ...... 6.718.48 Deposits .. ..... ........... ............ ...... 341,973.57 Stewart and Charles Taylor, colored then sterilize every bottle. ,
1'r": "J.'j,, ,01.... ...... .... .... ... .... ...... 4&9.12 men, had a big disagreement at j We .take triple precautions because! beer is a saccharine I
' 1'0.. .....J i/vfinn-re"; : ...... ...... ... ......... 1 b3-lo: 1.27 a 1 product. Impurities multiply if they get into it. There is no
( -- Union depot saloon, in which Stew- grade between absolute purity and utter impurity.
I Every bottle of Schlitz is absolutely! pure, and purity is i. ,
657,0S6.2J art is
$6S7,06.29 employed. II healthfulness Your physician knows ask him. I I

s' ink, op uM for business October 23,1900.; We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give Words led to blows and blows ledI I CAtt FOR THE FRFUFRY BOTTLING. I
,. --1 prompt, courteous and careful attention.
. to a pistol and Winchester rifles

A PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. I figuring in the early morning fiasco. Cooled in THE BEER !4 : :

-- Both men were arrested, as was also THAT MADE

no good reason can be given why the Charley Ball, another negro, against

B. H. FAIRCHILD, monthly meetings should not be NAVY YARD whom have been placed charges of Filtered Air MILWAUKEEFAMOUS I L

more fully attended. i ,
UI'ItaLiHTEIREl3: : interfering with an officer in the ,

38 EAST ROMANA STREET. Mrs. E. II. Rowe requests THE 't discharge of his duties and of being
NEWS to extend her heartfelt and BUSY'I I
,. 4 ,<\i\ Refinishing Furniture a ; dangerous and suspicious i !
Specialty. I IPhouo !sincere thanks to all friends, espe- Ia I I charac-I LEWIS BEAR &: CO., !I
cially to the Masters and Pilots of ter. .
-lac Steamboats and Bar Pilots Association On account of a difficulty I Sole for
I ; TWO VESSELS REPAIRED AND A getting I Agents West Florida I r
__ II for their many kindnesses during I material witnesses all the cases 1 <,
I the last illness of her beloved THIRD ONE EXPECTED DAILY. ;
R. K. WHITE, i were allowed to go over until tomorrow S22 ;
husband, E. B. Rowe.
Manufacturing JenclerlIradnate I II i I Capt. I morn in;. f'-'/J ) Iit t tc

;;c' r i I The bay excursion on the ;steamer Repair work at the navy yard has The fight began at a time when the : ;
Enterprise i yesterday was greatly I ,
Optician, ;|i been somewhat OH a rush for the depot beat is left temporarily with- / tf
enjoyed yesterday by 4jj:! pleasure : .1 :
..t IVnvaroU FIR setkers.;; There was a big i surf at the pat few week::, and at present there out police protection, as the night officer ..r'j v tJ 111 ." .
I "'J
life saving; station and the chowder i is no immediate cessation in sight. ; is required to come south to ru .
...... ( ] 1:1J. : :
and other refreshments at Burton's, 'I The tug Uncas has just been released j j Intendencia street for a relief. He It.! .
: Rosa tabli- I.h5a5P.s2sSZZZ2521c525 \I.
Santa surf
bathing e- -
> front the docks and for a few left the depot a few moments before I

NEWS OTEiIy l turPS.1'here ment! were among will be the a attractive mooalight fea-excursion -I jdiys they were occupied by the j i 7 and was about to be relieved when ...... : : : -.--- ---------...."""""" ..... ....,.,...... ; I

some night next week. lighthouse tender Mangrove.; \I a shot was fired, attracting attention i iI.

I: I The Mangrove was; released yesterday -' from Marshal Credille and Mounted MONDA V'S :
,- A \I A happy company: of about thirty I I ;
II I! ladies and gentlemen, chaperonedby after having been given a : o iii!err:; Parker and Reed, who hurried ,
t 1 Itnles will meet in' i I I. .
.:; Ulettln tomorrow Capt. Jas. Svkes and wife and I thorough; overhauling. She was there, placed all parties implicated \.I

Mr. Charles Bushnell and wife, and found to have been much in need of under arrest and prevented I
as-sisted: by Miss Ida Nicholson, I I ....SENSATION.... i : '
.. from attention about her hull and b.>iler;;. further trouble. j 5
J :.* ; is home ; went across the bay to the Bear
,e has been vUit- place Saturday evening returning The Uncas has completed all needed I Everybody, and there were scores: I '
:! !li'-u. yesterday afternoon. Among the repairs! to her hull and machinery, ( had different versions; of the fight. j MID-SUMMER\ SALE !

< lub will hold an enjoyments of the occasion were a but about ten days will elapse before ,i It seems that Taylor met :Stewart ,

.- morrow night royal chowder and crab jambalaya: I she is ready to leave the yard and 1: and resumed a former quarrel, j jj \
attend.i --"as good as the bet," they all said. ;
td to take up her station around Cuba, j Stewart:; resented certain imputa o- !

i '-y of Milton and Don't Fail to Try This. I where she has been stationed since i, tions and they went together. Besides I! it

: \n ig4 id are theI.lm Whenever an honest trial is givento the late war. I beating one another until each :

i \\'! on Ileus, is recommended Electric Bitters for for a permanent any trouble cure it I Within a few days another tug, was covered with blood, they wallowed -|r W [ oriSS[ f W : ::

the name of which could not be recalled I in gutters near a drinking :
.. -tiu'as! : will b.F'rt will surely be effected. It never failsto ; ,
by the informant, will arrive fountain and had a wretched appearance : 1
,: llirraur tone the stomach, regulate the kidneys ,
; "f the wara I I and bowels, stimulate the liver, for docking. She is al*o one of the I when separated. I

II I invigorate the nerves and purify the tugs engaged in the Cuban service In falling, Stewart's head came in SEE OUR SHOW WINDOWS. t. ;

returned blood. It's a wonderful tonic for rundown and is said to have not been repaired II contact with the stone sidewalk anda I "
"' Tampa I I systems. Electric Bitters positively In two or three years. In gash several inches long was made : 2 SOLID CASES i LINEN GRENADINES. : i E
cures kidney and liver troubles! ,
\ tbeeu I I ( view of this, a long time will be on 1m forehead. As this happened, ;
st lUd(11 disorders, nervousness slpep- SALOME BATISTE : :
Mercerized !
\ Fantisy Chambrys
U: I I lessnoss rheumatism, neuralgia, audex"el l' needed to turn her out. I I I :Stewart pulled his pistol and hot II III ;i' ,

tI. rtl.French :s malaria. Satisfaction guaranteed -I "All tugs; sent here for repairs," I once at Taylor. Tne latter was uu.// NOVELTIES iANDERSON'S SCOTCH MADRAS. ; \;
d ck
: at I'i by \\'. A. D'Alembertidruggist.; .1 I ;said an ollicer yesterday: "are in avery 1! armed at the time, but ran off, <
Actual worth 12' and 15c yard !
I ,
implied -
A :'- ( "
Only .,0 cents.OYSTERS Our Entire wKk IJf the above ; '
sorry fix.Oome: of them have in? a remaik that he would mini i I
U rt-uine I j
._. I APOSTLE'SI been in the gulf and on almost;: constant ': with a ride and kill Stewart. People { 1 0 1 0 three lines-the moot popular material l i'

I AT NIG duty since the war, and when ; who knew him said he would have I I and sellers of the season. hot a It.! ;
\ Lll-d the pul-
I they do reach the dock they have to done it.Hall ]! yard of lurii is worth IHHS than( ;H.,p I'i -
: rvices: at the Fine oysters, today. Try them. i I OR 10 YARDS FOR 85e 't '
,I and to We the .
i be up 'ard-arr' to goat .
arch 'e Nie \PosTLE.CONCEItT practically rebuilt. H said to have disarmed
tt'rdaY'1 I I ; i t i
the J
,''i tmtance AND DANCE AT Lieutenant James, who has recently -i i :Stewart and hid the pistol.Vhen 8 Pieces "Anderson's"Celebrated f'I1 -atictllall'rke j "

n Ice. I I MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY been transferred to the Pen- I i he would not produce it he was ar- 25c yard.10c4IoDJas'10c .

u L a young man I NIOHT. TRAINS:: AT 8, 8:30; AND sacola naval station, is iu a great ,I Ii rested. I II Scotch Madras. I t Y I
Tinier-Demo- >.) LAST TRAIN H Tl'RXAT:; i
I measure responsible for the rush of'i I Parties on both sides had friends Former price wH25c; ; yard, t J I
--um hi-* duties 11:50. TICKETS 'Jj CENTS AT I I I JUST ARRIVED : ,
:i.Ut after havinga I, DEPOT. work, lie bends every effort to have ; in the crowds of spectators: and for a !lN11.1\.('. E ; 1:

:.. ; a gue-t of :Mr. I the yard force kept buy, and uc- i time it looked as if there would be a I : FULL LINE VELVET RIBBONS, i j ;{
I 1
A tt-uu. cess in his line is noted from the general mix-np. As it was, excitement 22 PIECES I

I Peasacola: Lodge, No. 3, K. of P.- I Mangrove which ha heretofore for hour ALL WIDTHS. !
needed moJiflcaf Regular mpptint Monday: night, job i ran high an or more. SATIN STRIPE FIGURED SWISS. I i I

-f -).-teul of the 21. at S o'clock.t'mber>! are been repaired by contract. Sash and Neck Ribbons t'
I i
Former price 25: and 35c yard, I j i :
i imw etfectiVH Y"-i. specially requested to be pre"ent. : I
i lung how condnc- Work in the rank of &quirt.. Member" The way to regain your health MARITIME.'. in all. Popular Shad-: I!. : .'
I of sister lodge and vi-it- t J '
.:L the! matter, have afer sickness I is to take Boors Karsaparilla I f
ing brothers cordially invitpd.
: streetcar: barns.I H. A LEE, C. C. -it tones the whole system !
I d the HENRY HOKSLEK, K. R. 8. bar July to dale.. ..... .........? H*>: 4 t I I
July meeting il.2; Quilts go at *9<)c.oatl I All U I To Quilts' go at $13 I :,. i j :' I
f K: I I-IM-S Lpa lIe willi' I CONCERT AND DANCE AT AMATEUR AHKIVED.Br All # (Hilts >? 17. I All t2: f/J Quilts go at I I : i} !

i' .. evening at 7 :MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY ,cU I'nion.Tj, Foster lluatan, to mas- ___ IVIO ______ '_._""" ... .--... . . ELh'w' i't '" I

.- ii-tt a piugle mem- I NIGHT. TRAINS AT !8.:I bW: AND i BASEBALL CAME ter t J it i

..i i\'<- half iu hour HAILFU. !
!8. IJT W. J. & B. FORBES. "II-I
.. Br Cliattou, Haaderson: Saiulam and I :
!"i tu the iutere-ts ll:;)). TICKETS 25! CENTS, AT Middelburg/
\.< ;.iguc's care, and I I It hs Alberto Travel",(.'ornlrlm.livQoa .
DEPOT. The Dans and I :
Happy : Rangersplayed Ant Ib Mart/HiifurU Mavilouald.Uobton :1 I
lr bS BiUetclule Call i 6rangeiiiuuthCLELHLD.: J !
yesterday on Tharp's Green I
I I If You Buy Them at the B'J.touhoe: Store. They are Hood 1 !, ;
"' '... '... .,. .............. The Happy Dans came out with a 'It. :
t--\: .\ ..... .. .. V VV ..".." I 1! Br is aloJlia.15.s, hurm,by Ktx M Kolmsou \ !
score of 10 as against; a scrore three tor Hull, \II liD l;J.1IlOl: s It stvmtiai-

\ FRESH SHIPMENT OF = 'I tlgurt' less. Batteries for Happy ''I sario ber Ur, \alue bfc.t,with" >ko llv.iiCi iK's
I; Dana were William* and Joniior. b3,-">7a .
.. Hr s.Bdverdalr,111.Halls' by I'rr,acoa: ii'I ;
( '.. _'< .-"'- ,'Tou.ut and Roach held down the Lumber(0for6ranitewoutb"ph l,.; ."e I HAM: .M vm: :I 1
..--_ .-.- -- (( 'Ii'" n tiinbrr, .?\""MISft luintirr, \itluv i"t": -t",
same place for the R.inpers. S 4wu ,

Ku It.a.eo bk 1I1I1t.\nna-t'-oIlIria.CrinfurLivilavvcriilH.41-t.i7 Iinbo..i)0 ,* by It Boston Shoe Store Shoes t ; f fI'OI't'1..11L
f .Sll fNFELD[ HAMS.. Shakr Into Your Shops sae. n timber.iHnttui.Riidiiiuiii IrIll: II ft lumber car,value"Jr1<,t i.7l!hJ- 'I & ',: ; ii' ; !I
Hr o
._ ___ ___ Allen' Foot-Eie h .,,
,' ? v -- - k : a powder. It dleburg,,.i."'" b II > "'n timber Value?-w ;
-" ;:"' : *. U- --- - -- t x cure painful, smarting, nervous; feet ( ss Luallelgb:R"l'. lt MI adauiuiml!.*n timiifr,cargo value *for.M) !, 'I I t'' i i: ;
F- > il
f. ; and injrrowiup;; nails, and instantly The eye \* s.iti-Hed with the -tyie an i finish ; the foot I.. :tf-h'pd with the I 'i' tJ; I

f JUST takes the sting outof corns and bunions : perfect fit and absolute comfort; the pure \* satisfied with a fair 1 :
RECEIVED.-- It's the greatest comfort discovery : THE WEATHER ; price for superior shoes that will give better .,service f i 5.'i r

', of the age. Allen's Foot- I i than those purcha=ed elsewhere i f,. ,
: FLORIDA-SYRUP Ease makes tight or new shoes feel J
| FRESH | ea-ay. It i io1 a certain cure for sweat- TODAYLocal
tag: callous; and hot, tired, achiu : !
feet. Try it to-day. Sold by all SHOE STORE ; if! !'
\ GALLON JUGS 75cts PER GALLON. = drun; its and ?hoe stores. Don'tarct'pt i I Ii BOSTON :
any substitute. By mall for Forcnst-Farr to&Ubt: local ulna i ; -.I
25c. in ,.tamp*. Trial: package! FREE. i this afternoon and Tuesday; light variable I '
f wi: IIAXIU.I: |R I' Address, Allen S. Olm*ted, LeRoy, ;!' wimls. NATHAN (J. f'Olt'llii.Miit: : I'rtiprictnr. .! !11 i tl
N.Y. (II )!c!,
M -- -- Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street. I J L:
>; F. Gonzalez & Cots Corn Everybody has a nht to a little I Temperature in Last 24 Hours: IlIulmUDl. { t 1
piece of this earth. Hut they must \ .-n..._. .... o.\Od..grt't'i # I I
i\ci.rsivr.LY. fight for it. They must watch their Minimum ... d..grt't'8 I IMF SANTA uosSUKF \ i i Fishing tackle of all kinds j: : i I);i J
chance to it, and it. I '
get get
I Thos. C. Watson & Co Temperature Elsewhere: : BATHING: KSTAIlMSlIMKNl': and good crab nets at the j r ; h.l!J

I have some particularly fine bargains Max Mln. | Bathing in the warm gulf water i is'! Willut Hardwaer Cos. t1 1 VIiI
'JSOL CAHN & C0. ''to, offer just now, and they invite Atlanta .. 1 K'. "> i conc eded to be the finest in the |I i' I
.. .. .. ..'
I you to come and inve-tigate same. Bismarck E>'. 'j jC'btcftzo world. Every thin?for pleasure with VIRGINIA COLLEGE II '
.... ....... I1'' i> ; 'j
You will never regret having done Clncinnat. ..._ __ k I **' |< aafety. Good board and lodging, by I f
"0. loall'uon..n'_... .. ... ... ....._ I+' ie i the day or week. Luncheon prompt.y t'ur'Ol'; \IIK.H, Hoanokf. Va.KpenjMfpt. 'f I ."
'f. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS, -- -- - -- Huron .. .....- 7' ".:-i '! served at all hours, day r-r nijrht. I It l n-rj. One of the lending i
0 I Wcbooln for \
JacksonTll"l! Ladie in <'
iiunii tbe
t Ei i Elegant china closets Kau-, SLity .. .._..T1 ..- CHAKLES H. BI-RTOX, New bulldins piaun and equlpineot.Hiuth ; '
5; v. v icr Palafox[ and Intendencia Streets. f5 Key West .M ..*. 2m-tf Manager.The ; Campus ten acrm. (rand mountain >c oe. i. 1- : ,r
sideboards and Jeather- Memphis n' .. t ry In Valley of V.t.. fmncd for bcaltb. Kuropean : > (> "
T Mobile ... .. .. (1'1'J. ami Ainercao teacher Full coune
; k l i. l 178. .< r'1' Pensacola, Fla seat chairs at Marston gQuina's. Montgomery .. .. ....... E! i"Sew fine=t line of sterling silver roo er\atorr: adr ntaieii In ,\r', Music and ,: Ii
, Orleans .. ..... ..... 1/1'' i1 goods and silver novelties i h to befoncd&tJ. Klocution, tiidenti: from r.,..if Ktatei. j f
Low prices; easy >*!w Yort n.. ..... .. i6 : I. Prices to For cataloUi>a<1ilreiiii *
"a\'ann"n .. J"- if I Ii Stephens' j MAlTlK: I'. H.\RI:I"+, I'r.ld"l1t.
;"., ..........".......... .. ::5 payments. i at. Louis .. n' .. ... f-: I please all. Ioanoke, \'..


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Toward the close\ the autumn of
of I A Society Belle of .
ISA I vi 'U'd oar of uiy fiii'iidsub Kodol you

f'rt-f.'I..: a hr'c I t-iiy; in the of!
old companion MAY MARKELL flow in a .
France AIri an Eat
of toy }uui'd: l I had! be-'ti I' Identity of Charles Hill Has I M of London, Ontario ural nat 'r. :
wife Canada is a beauti stand! r ::. ._
his wood' '. UKiwn: i'u: :
: >
At Last Been Solved ful! girl who knows what k" r' .
tva* full of f ,.11..".... and jrracc. My Cure p : Ir
Dyspepsia suffering is and Wine of year.+f l .-1 .'
fi ul \vNi4l: ti> show nit- in.- happy
Czrdaihaabrounhthcrbac); rn."n I. .' '
i, 'u'* .",,1. i,,,-i ... .1'. Ifllu..q- uitti which LEFT AN UNCLAIMED FORTUNC.
Nature never makes a mistake and the preparation duplicates to health. She IS one of the n.',,} n : : ;
tfji r.v" IIH il: l.ule diiwl.teiOue i its action cannot fail. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure never fails because it digests social favorites of her! home \ Wme..t c

<. .HIII.;; In. .....J l<> ni.T .-: Its affect equally promptonboth and '
bed nature's her
your by own process. Eccentric Cd! Man Had Changed His recovery to health a best nlt1; f
t MJH,rrow v.iwill ?o to the r.:1r:: ; occasional i and chronic cases: of indigestion, dyspepsia and stomach has permitted her to enjoy old <:. A :

k* Tlnv' rrc furious oil Iiru'diculur : ; i trouble of every kind. It digests l what you eat while the stomach rests.No Name and Not Until Bible Was the company of hf>many tS lase ag se.r 1 1friends .

I 'ey v. .II et: ) rt't yoo. My I wife! i.:.' been selling Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for the past two years and have also a bed of sickness and
used it write Itowoian & Sons of Valley Furnace, W. Va.. "and never Heirs Notified of Fortune. suffering For ing this treatment. : r
i ... iI ill* m yet. :'0t'.- sal: t:ke the health she .
now enjoys she istrual troubles in an i ,
s t I heard of a failure. We are so confident of its merits that we sell every
r" ., bottle under our personal puarantee." Kodol Dvspepsia Cure never fails. I.os Angelts Cal.. July 19.-The mystery > credit to Wine of Cardui. She writes: time. In a simple ('.1- t ,
d:1we drove ::t n
'be follow;;: I surrimadiLg: the identity of the'' "I have found Vine of Cartful an excel menses Wine of Carlu: i \ : .
Ail14.rt'I I Troubles.
All Stomach
,uKtial hour. wife! t ty Cures relieve disordered ,
lent for female tai iM-
remedy trouble. suffered
L ,' known "Charles Hill. wfc>
N. I ... ..I1'i..1 the tl man as ,
) Prepared by E. 0. IitfWltt ft Co.. rhll'u o. The fl.bottla eontalnty: times the SOC. size.% for three years with terrible bearing-down the cause of other feaialetphysician '
is I >n*. \Vbfii we arrived at the l':Iao.nlw :" died at the Good Samaritan hospital will tell
liver !
IA t.It.
When you suffer from ljiliou-np-;s or constipation use the famous little pains at the menstrual period. I could you :
at ilw- sun was M-ttinz. 11'e 1:071. j pills known as DeWitt's Little EARLY RISERS. They never .gripe. here on May 17. leaving $112"'>0 in hardly stand on my feet and was never the cause of a disease reds .-r- :

[ t of the |phaeton! and Altt-rt u -,k I cash, has been solved. His real name real welL Wine of Cardui was the only easy, ia fact seldom fails tj
re irf tlio horses. : John BheppardHanris' Pharmacy Sidney Kahn. the If would have
cure. t
was Salem Charles and his horceva medicine that I could depend on to do me you: F

-Ii P \\V walke some littl l'-t."nc" u_ _ __ ---- -- -- -- -- -- .at Rrimfleld Mass. any good, as I tried several with no suc relief which Miss Maxkeil i.: ,
t rough the ri-l'K: l-efoiv ieacllin.llt' cess. Wine of Cardui! cured me and I Wine cf Cardai.: \ You can ta,' "
,mt rriuains of the oM Druid roll nil Imagination. But no the cloth was Tlu.'un''f'1": :Muuth. The story of the search for the have now enjoyed perfect health for two out an examination and w.',

on. AllnTtV wife vvlsliiHl to climb toi torn in Live places, just where the lingers Tinw ''::,.11I With a contented mouth 1 1I. heirs by the public administratorand years, and give all the credit for I publicity whatever. Yuu can ta.
'11'J i ,e satumit of the altar aid I assf i ;ted Lad seiztd my shoukler. There i I. r..r :o th'! .'', t1 today. A cursory :, hU attorney, Leon Hose, is inter know you deserve it." the privacy of yonr h! .9 a- :. .
I was no mark however, up-n my flesh gl.tiiiv at the ( icupants of any streetcar just as much beneiit! as if a.'.
C .T.ItIlll .00'llIllrul it Is: I'.ut doer it : only a dull i>ain. will:! point that fact. Women still I esting. After following up innuru- r For a young girl Wine of Cardui is j're-jcribfcJ it for you. T'.o ;= .- .
able alleged 4r lews," all of which! < am. the best remedy to guide her throughwomanhood
1 "MI I'tvl a little nit-Ian! i iIa. I returned to Paris the next day, si''le: wl.i-.i infusion demand At the u.en are feeling tl.e"ig ir.t r.
f "I Administrator Kvliu by starting the menstrual health by taking! Wine ot Car ,
1 to nausht. ;;f: ;
., -,,. .\teiiding: her hand i where 1 endeavored to forget the U"'iifr! t./.t': : at luiielieons at teas at

W r w ,' ,. hoiiWtn, ; which was Ftranee adventure, or at least" when I serial; functions of all sorts, the modern found among the old man's effect a'i;

t : :t ., tl.e last niys of theI I thought of it 1 would force inyK-lf to woman's face is wreathed in old family bible, on the fly-li-at ji A milll'n 8" r : \

t .,. thiuk it a hallucination.The -n.lU-s; her lips; turn up riotously at which was written sestenr altnn.t! WINE of CARDVI Lave toWlIl'M.f-:' i 'r

l F't I r o .III) blew vlol! ntly 1 day lifter ray return I received a H.! ":r corm.:.... I'Ut when she is alone faded and rendered: ilk-giolf! b> a:;- I .11

;t ...1.1I :? the stunted trees ; letter from my fl.tnJI1Jt'rt.! It was Uir f-.ce U-irujs her. The writing was magnified and tL-

:. 'Ita'I o'!! ilif stung t-romleclis. ; edged; with black. I opened it with a lU.1tl1e. niuattjs of the women who 'I Iri name of "Charles." and "Drin.--

t Sol r .i human being was vague fear. !,'." alone in their luxurious carriages; Mass." were deciphered. Attonu THE NEW GROCERY

i t, It s \. hastened to get down i 1' Ills wife Lad died the day of my re w.-.tch the facers of the women in thes Moss went to BrimCeld, Mas, an STORE.

Ic i .id aik'iitly r.tnH1 our-steps to the :I turn. rt.-t ciri; note the woman anywhere without disclosing his idcntitv. 1oni l\ e --- i -: <11<
arriage. {i I, w ito U'lu'\es herself to In unol-scrvPil; a family named Charks. wl.uh hail
A Motif .tnalaed."That
{ Pt'i i. "Wo incest hurry," 1>:1101ILl'rt.. "The author keeps his Identity closely alv.nys the downward droop.-Collier'sWeikV. been prominent in that locality L'i! WILL MOYER

i.liy Is lbrit.'ninj:. and we shall have ::, concealed." about 10 t years. After a thorough ir

1 t "lIr'i'ly time to reach home before ,I "Yes," answered Mi b Cayenne. "Cn.I Tu AVI.!teu OnrN lIan..... vestigation. Moss became convince 1 Keeps a Complete First-Class Up-to-Date Stockof
ulghL"t i that he had found the of the de ,
ki I I til I read his books I thought it was I Pour some lemon j.lice into an equalfjum'ty family
i \Vean'fully wrII'P"1 the : Fine
I due to mol1esty.tOI of at.d rub reaped. There are eight: tlrect heiifc Staple Fancy Groceries.
tied the"el\ glycerin your ,
around hli wifthc: '
1w "I 'n't It?" uiMd.with the mixture before goingto to the estate the most prominent! of
< nround hfr face, and the horses start- !I ; No 30 W. Government St. Salisbury Block.
"No; discretions-Washington 8tu.I bed. If don't mind sleeping whom is Salem Darius Charles chairman ,
l t ,-U Into a r..JlI\1 i trut. It was growing you
44 i ,- of the board of street commission! TIXKPHONK: S-2-
around us was bare ,I .vith tlnves: C!!. that is better still and
:'e dark; the Mviry
'! Li-ps! considerably In the task of whit- ers of Boston. ,
and il.10'1'1)11'Imnl'i!: : of fir trees here Wanted to Watch Them.
rssi I 4' and tlirro and furze bashes l firmed the I The czar of all the Kussias" Las neverfelt ,tin,; Four Lands. In the morning The old man. Salem Charles, always

3 ; safe Louie his ctS. wii..h your hands thoroughly In warm bad been an eccentric character anDO \! ICEANDWOD.
1iliif i j.nly v,'gt/ 't; tion. We to feel the or nt among; bubj
fold for the wind Mew with fury. The : To show the feeling of insecurity which wat.-r: utid apply,! the Juice again pure reason has been found for his

i only I soui.d we heard was the steady was entertained by the Emperor Nicholas but ..nly a few tiroes this tlue. You change of came. He is said to have WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH W.QER TRADE

4 trni uf the horses and the sharp clear : I., 1'iismarck used to tell the following laiitt not keep ibis! up too long: or your made his money by importing cloth
1 : tickle i.f th ir Jxlls.Suil'lenly I story which is one of I'oschanger's hands will show such a dazzling white- while residing in Texa, before anJ

1 Pelt the heavy ,grasp: of collected "Conversations With L.-!-s us to make all the ether ;young during the ch'il war. SEND US YOUR ORDERS

i j a hand u[ra my shoulder. I turnedmy I Prince Bismarck:" ladies In the vicinity jealous.'erling NCW.

!cad 'Iui'kl' .V horrible nppari- The court physician" Lad prescribed. I Slot Machines Shut Down.

31 s lion presented itself, t.,..fireIn my eyes. massage for some ailment of the czar .taeho/lee. Columbia, S. C., July 1S ..!..As a result Thompson, Olsen & Co.,

+ the iiupty place at niy side sat n : who however, was unable to find a An effective! way of serving anchovies of the anti-gambling movement

hideous woman. I tried to cry out. I single person in his household to whom is as follows: Cut twelve rounds started in Columbia some time age Manresa Street, Telej hone L; ,\

The phantom placed her finders upon he cared to liitrust the t.isk." At his I of crumb! of bread slightly larger than the police! here notified the owners o'

1 her lips to impose silem-e upon me. 1 i wits' end, he ut last npplied to Frederick silver half dollars and fry these in slot machines that they must suspend ESTABLISHED 18( 3.
C William IV. for few non-commis-I butur. l rain them and lay each
4 could not utter a sound. The woman a on 9ptration. In future those only thit -
1 sioiied! officers of the Prussian guard round thin slice of cucumber previously ,
, walohe.l in white linen. Her head a give value received in some commodity ,

", 't was cowled llrr face was overspread ; These were tent and after the comple marinaded oil and vinegar and will bf allowed to remain in u\,' McKENZIE OERTING & CO. ,

thou of the rubbing cure returned to seasoned with salt and .
cayenne pep-
and in
lath cy'rpstlike pallor has
a Of late the slot machine! craze o DEALERS 1H-
to Berlin heavily laden wltb pre>ents. I'I r. In the middle of the cucumber 0
black ;
rt i f eyes wonuhastly been on in full force and many of th-
'So long as I can look my Russians place! with the cut side downward,
ie 1 sat inotioult. overcome by terror. cur stores have kept them going a_ and General
l S The xhost suddenly stood up and In the face," said Nicholas, "all is well; half a stoned olive and curl round It a an adjunct: to their regular sales. It Ship Chandlery Hardware,
: but I will not ritk letting! them work the dish
the wife. She cncirl til lot of ancLovy. I'l'c b caned over .vouns Is estimated that there are more than 80S ASH 605 S. PALAKOX STCEPT.dc3.ENOY .
way nt uiy bach with tomatoes and emlne.Pineapple .
.-l.- her with her arms and lowered a hundred machines in this city. Most ....,...,......... .......... -- -
! e l..t'r hideous bead as if to kiss her fore-
f them will probably be sold and I'hi.>
h'I m f nrrnkln a U 111. *. } REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S I-I01\H CO.'B
tJ head.What w'lIltwomau! named film died ped away it It appears the (Kjllce art GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUfftEL & HON'tt
. a wind:" crM! Mme. .Albert A To take the "eyes' out of n plneappli j prMh!.
the of enforcing
in earnest In matter
t turning: precipitately' towwlm.... "My : at Lisbon and lett her entire propertyto if the proper uttnsil is not at hand the law against them. (HTIS Lritji FIIJ.! Olls!! Iitil! Ici'rcnisU Chris, tititj tkilCOMPAKSKS. ,
!" kl' tell Is torn." a rooster. !She was a fervid spiritualist It will: bo found that slicing! : the fruit '

,tr the infernal a believer! in the transmigrationof ; frst greatly fac'.Kiatr-s; the operation.It LOGS. K1O
As she turned 1 felt! same .
{ ? II that the soul of When Other Medicines Have Failed C McKenzie Oertmg jllectn.g! AgMit for Bar: Pilot Reuevoleut
4 ': } fboul..r. and the souls) and imagined is easy afterward to cut ol: the skin <--<7

'f. it Ali place pnwsurv OI't'upil'hy on l my the phantom wasempty. L..r J.-iiJ Lusbaiiil Lad entered the .if. the t.>.lnii." is tn I.._- served .in.. slicos... ant Take Foley's Kidney Cure. It has ciation.
has crs-
: roister. !She caused n special fowl- 1 r.liunusly. still Ices" difficult if to cut cured when everythine else :
looked to the and
1 out right DAk-ci-
byV. A.
l house to be built and ordered her servants intended appointed.
the fruit Into dice Is
lefr. The r'-.ul was dt'tell-n.t ant bcrte 121 South l'alaf"x btreu.
The Star
I' tl) pay extra attention to their I It ------ Laundry
oltj "t in sl-'lit.
, '\ ; "master's" wa cli'. The disgust' of her : Mettfil ZSnrun. There's lot of money be madein ,
said Mme.
; \ at u drendful baler'! ,
relatives over the will caused! the story If wish a go-nl dish; of stewedbacon. real tate-lot5 of it. A real e--
I. .1 : li'r, { Ml' r' "I'M you feel it? 1 cannvt ex.y become and a lawsuit might: II you tate sign i I U u-ually a flncer-board to
to public
. 14 ;lla'l 1 the tern r that seized me. MyMl June followed had not one of the heirs I I II wash! and s snipe the water I aeon, and put wealth. Thos. C. Watson & Biggest, Busiest, Best!

: tr was t'.rn by the wind as if by aninviKlbte in a steamer ovir boiling Co. the leading Kf-al Estate tirmha"e
sulfiptod the simple expedient of LavIng iniiiutes until tendir. -------- -- --- ---
I I ccu.k forty or
.' ljl/j li'iinl. 1 am trembling; still. I: some often which it wouldbe
\ mild" aid .Albert !'lUllin the wealthy rooster killed, thus becoming II i Pick off the thick outside skin: when worth your while consider. Go
I :'1't'r himself! the next of kin. ,: withbrowintl All Evoiiiiiij Call on
well and /
..'I'' ; ""Wrai yourM-lf np. my dear. We will coil, Frr.son sprinkle and see them todaand- don't wait ;

;. I 1"l trfton In warming oiirMil\es by a Fc'e.ltire .rlnl.l..1 breadcrumbs. Put into the till to-morrow. "r-.. .....I. .
: .
at home. I am starving.: IrlllnK a !1..rR"A"" I.y 0\I'll for a few minutes. --- :; '. ,', :-;........ / ,;-. Your Swell FI'ii'aI.!I
/ "The popular idea that the age of a I Marston $ Quina are sole -" ..../\c
Yo -
A cold l..r'plrali..11'I\-! my forehead horse can always be told by luok'.ng! at i: t.misrrnalaa.. the celebrated ,, \, ., .; t},'t..., rn wi'l find will be Wolf!
agents for
3 a shiver ran through;; HIP my air
his teeth." said a 'et 'rlullrr: surgeon: ,I A Missouri editor is responsible for s ".;.f -. cfivd if you are well ;ti I
1 $$1 I' 'r tonzueie to the roof of my month his nut cntroly! <'orJ't'Ct.fter the tI.. assertion that at a recent churchei.tertaiLnieLt Odorless refrigerators, 'f'"I- .311
y'J. and I could iii>t articulate a sound. .\ d-.. ami you H...... i-nr. ;i'
/' eighth year the horse has no mole new in his town the master absolutely guaranteed or 'I a'U' t rt"\!
1:3 i >: sharp pain in my shoulder was the t.-eth. so that the hN.lh method Is useless I of ceremonies made the announcement refunded. : I., f cry, 1's'.: abi. A woman nf tIi. .

"' '* only s.'iiM-'le e\ idenee that 1 Was not fjr telling: the age of a Nurse tl! :st "Miss Rates will sing. 0 ThatI money 't -1ryJ k..i :r1 a' '.?- alway- gauges a man'well t'tinct ',

f 1 the victim of a hallucination rutting which I U more than eight: years old. I Had an Angel's! Wings That I Might pt, ,!, 1 J : by the condition of i-I'p ,

t I: 'J; my hand upon luy aching: shoulder. I As noun as the sd of teeth is Complete.uoweur I Rise and Ply," accompanied: by till min IIDNEY DISEASES ".e')> l11\1.- _:art;)j 11\1( \ and he ;goes int.j her pn-' : .
iu the cloak that waa '
;}i f li a rent Chronicle.A i ;0
to ister. -CLkago
r t. a wrinkle begins appear 'E. inured with
around ?. I looked at it.I'lvc I r ; pct r beauty wiiui! ,i- -
i rt1 wraMxl ; nil I 1 \
\ !
of tLe lower eyelid, -
the edge : f
oa \f'lll'r t t", 'V i e Y1.1 1 collar) = and cut* have bn .1-
; \\A i" jHTieetly distinct holes, visililetracts I Guud Iaantple.We i : ': ; ;
and a new wrinkle Is added each year I
; .f M of the Tip of the kuirible ['han.' :, so that to set at the age of a horse i notice that many of our exchanges III th4 m*t foul d aU! &zsea. T- <**-.-*.(*., at tie: Star Lauudrv..

sf( 4.. }! .. torn! I thought for a moment that I more than cljrl.tcars: old you must are giving us credit cow. We .

.. should die or that my rea>oa shouldleave their example will le emulatedby
t 1i t the wrinkle I trust
J{ I,I'' l'r ft me. It was 1 think! the mot. i I figure the teeth." plus .' -4- the grocer and butcher at home.- rvia KIDNEY CURE \\ irULtl ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods CalM for and Dell rid rrt,

. '! dreadful moment of my life. I Lebanon Tex. Gazitte.
; (
;;.. .: i ti: ':.' Finally I became wore calm. This i Two Bottles Cured Him. : i finite ltB 4) TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.

i !Ih t iiaiml.-ss agony had la"te r "I was troubled with kidney complaint WALKER INGRAHAM
"F.Ii I ;;, .. :1I1cll do nut think it is la'ssl I.t i iMe I., for about two years," writes A. to get up ten or twelve times in the of monij refunded. Cortilruremcdiei Manager.TIME .
3 for n huii.aii being to suffer Uoriii't" ml-
of la. "but two and had backache and recognized by ,
; H Davis, lit. Sterling night severe
: t than 1 did durii-; that tlull'g soon i I TABLE.

t' j i'k; jis I had recovered lily senses I tliouphlct :: t l bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure effected ,, pales in the kidneys. Was cured by Dent physicians u iK* but (for

iii't""t : first I oKl tell my friends all thai l a permanent cure." Sold by W. A. Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by W. A.i KJM'Y and Bladder troublu. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD-

: r L. Ii 41 Lad i-asst-d: l-'it h-v>.i1atcd and Ciiallj D'Alemberte 121:! South Talafoi street i D'Alemberte, 121 South Palafox streetLAW" OIIICII rtia, ad U.eftw IN EFFECT: DECEMBER I, 1x01PENSACOLA

) +.r did lint fearig; that my story would l. .. A. D'ALEMBERTE..

I Il ; frighten; Muie. Allwrt and fetliug sure! n. New Orleans and Mobile.
3 --- -- ---- - -- ---
t --
friei.d could not Inlieve ine. The
my DEPARTMENTOF "o. : 0.4. !'o, I o_.. o I .,
'' i lights:; of the little city revived me, and HAIR BALSAM I 1:1: a ; 1 :1i m. 11:115: II Lene.... Pensacola..Arrlve 5.'.' 8 4 'II' II P
f1 t gradually the oppression of terror that Ctun ltd b?.:n.!,r. tae !.ui.Fromutci : 'ha o' a I 22Tp I I 1\1t a Leave_.., JoIomllton..o. Leave X\!.') 8 P 7.', P
r. ft Icsjrirl ""ro!! l1ooJ i 3,55 Leave .. Mobile .
a 4:: p B Leave 11$1 n'I 1' I iS n '. p
Itt-ame lighter.So i zlever Ju.t to Beiiore
overwhelmed Our
me U.:r .to in Youthful Co'.or. _. .._ cp 1il1 8 Leave _yaw. /!rlfo"no-.J.follYe rp-: _7, a
1 I+ stow as we reacluil home Mme, Cam ...,p d car i aba,'
Jolin Stetson UniversityDo irandI.rU: In J hrrPP North.
1 't Allt-rt untied her veil. It '.is: literally

'} I to find clothes Cri'CHESTER'. ErGL,8a4ENRYRQyAL
in shreds. hoped my
Xjn.ud: Florida. I No. 2. No. 4.
t1 J !'o. I So '
whole and 1'1't... mvvlf the-.' it was PILLS I 1Iu.'i pm 12:15pm I Lene.... Pen'a olll ....ArrIYe 4:1Jpm 5n' am
J ..JOUI': \ lKOlinKt., I)., l'rf'.1l11"ntI.niUT: J, FAIMUH, LL. B, Dean 6.lae. 1115am 4:5rp m Arrl\'e.. lontom"rJ' _bave UU am... 'It II 18
!' mr..i.i* PI./'Cpm Arrln..lilrmlnlbllm.I.l'ue e3Jam
Acts Immediately. Fall Tt-riu 'oiumi'iirv Wcdiif-ila)', October J. IJMrj.: it l..cg9AFF.M fur CliHIIKTEK'f.NULIMI: 7:05pm 3IOllm Arrlve..... lIih\1l1t1oo..Lt-Ave ... 1.J6pDl
.P: IH.D.o I dotil ... raiam 9:13am Arrive... Louisville.L..
Cobla sometimes more troubles 1' "" 1.,1' in t { ave 9:15pm z,seam
I are \'E.-\lt"'lOl'It.f.-Tb.. Lllw lepsrtmentoJohaB.Stetson Universityivesatwoyear' T. DUll cent ... RrfiM Tro II m 1Ii1l: am Arrive ......l'lnclnnatl..LuI n m II !
court,. hadmzto the d.zrl' of LL. B D.. "Bb.tltiU.ft. aid p pm
in winter it's crr* Iialt
than Ht.Loul' .
Arrive Leave
in 7u"m '
s( summer tl.... 8. .. "eo 1J1pm 4Upm : Dm
IIEljHEE ADMIrs TO THE tuk-Tbt- diploma' of the Law I't'partw&nt of John B. P.rae.l.ti or- i
'- +i so hard to keep from adding, to them t..l.on Unlvt'r.ity "dnHU to Ibe lI"r. -MIH aa1"Ielirf.Ledie."n.era fet" Tnl'ftuftlftU.r : AND RIVER JUNCTION.t' =
JoT HTH EH 1''FOR LoTlIJ'or the Law" Announcement of 'J-S.and. all other desired .....II.11. I e.ou1 t_........ !Ie'''a, .
while cooling oft after exercise. One Inro>rmHlon regardtogthe'Law Department.uJdress &.:111'. ." ... llUkMKrlkr.lrcICM 21-DII1I1 No. 8-Daily stop where time not IbOWD So. 2-Dally No, t.-I'; ::7
i t Minute Cough Cure cures! at once. ALBERT J. FAKRAH. Dean of Law: Department. Ileatbtttu. ...... l........ I'HIH. ft I ..

< De 11:55 pm 1:00' a miLt-an P"nacola. _Arrive 10M m
Land. pm 'sip
safe. Acts immediately Fla.
Absolutely NOTICE
y U:1rI night TI I. Hobt'm......... I'J'I7" 1 1'1
1 ll Sure cure for coughs colds, croup I l2b) 1:1 It i 1'niestra. .. .. ... II JiJ:3. 1 'I
1 throat and lun? troubles. Hargis' Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned I UI"; 7:1 .". ,........L8cambla. ..._.. H 10:31 II 6 57 '
' intend to apply to the Honorable L I U:3. T5": .. 00- Mulat ........_ 11)211" F:4S:
i tI Pharmacy. John Sheppard and Sidney Tulane University of Louisiana. J. Rel'\,,!. Judge or the Circuit Court Es-: I U.3\I II 1,t'j" ... ..." Harp ..... ..... IO1 to ,:&.
r Kahn. cambia County Florida at tea o'clock A. 13.51 T.3.5 II. .........GitCity .._n... 11):1 II 6 :-
i M,. August Hiti.lo'i.: at the court Uocue In 111 1311. ........_ Milton ... _._ to 10IJ 5,3! '
1- I Now Orlonu.s.: I Hensacola. .Florida for a Charter for the I:$) am..... II Range ___ ... .. 1.Z '
'i Seasonable household Cotton Bcrewmen's Benevolent Auoclai 1.5. 9 t5" .". n,,, ." Hold ... a pgy 1.\\
i tlon Number Two of Pen!"cola. Florida.wUicb 2 p) "' 5.11 ......... )IIIUlan .._._ '. aal II 4.11 '
I I will be an Association for charitable T1si II B:iI! to U .......Crest\'lewoo._ aI. 1.10 '
tI and kitchen utensils at the 1 EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LL.D. Pr sident. and benevolent purposes; chiefly to pro I:')) B.M" .'. .... Deer Land .. 8:505 u e o .
Hardware Co.'s. vide lor each others welfare and Interest, 12:1" alG" __ Mommy head- B:4II": t ;. '
t Willis and afford: relief to Its members when sick I.a II asi II .DeFanlak8prlagL SI to t.N
Full Courses Languages, Sciences. Engineering. Law {edlclnl". Pharmacy. ArtSeven or in distress; also for mutual aid and pro. 4:14 iU II _._ Argyle.- 1:" to r.1
The man who owns his own home and Separate: Departments Sixteen tor HUlldIO '. Exten.s-e Libraries Lmboratorm.. tectlon in the prosecution of our calling as 441: 8:57' ".. ....Ponce de LeoD._ 1: t II '
Worlubopi. Splendid Department: Women in
I lots of College. Cotton loading: and dischargIng fIl' 11):10' .. Wnt'lIle__ 1:17" I ;5 '
t insures himself against Tulane makes leaders In all vocations. In facilities for Instruction cargoes. 5:01: to.U' .. .._ Caf'1Yllle II TU" I .,
l trouble and worry. Nobody can: In the South. Lizhty-sii Instructoti and li''3 students last; session. Many are unsurpassed wigned-Arm tea3: Johnson Aaron Pre- fI 311" n:3) II ... ._,BODtt.y__ II &:M" I t7a '
i' raise his rent and the rent day has the academic department open to Louisiana boys. Expenses of scholarship echolarbhlpsm student ather. ZackMandville, E. H. Kelley. William :')) II 10:41" to ,...c.blple1: _. ._ to 87" 1.4
l for him. Its : to own lt..iJ)r session. Board and lodging in dorm.torles at low rates. Opportunities a2orded: Howard Stephen BurueUe.Br., Williiuil eel: 11:0'l' ....CouondUe.- 6:19 L'.v' soon
j r, no terrors easy academic student* for elf-belp. la the Acalemic; Colleges no boy; If >1. Ell Johnson F. L. Alkeos Tom Tay- lab II 115": ......_Marlllllna._ 81": t: :s "
'4 a home now-a-days. ThOS. C. : for college: ",work will be turned away from inability to pay tuition. Next properly leiaioa prepared be- lor, V. D.Gtnblln,Oeo. C. R. Holmes. William 1IO"! 11;..5" .. _C1prf,. ......._ 11:3" II t 1l0
WatSOn & Co. can tell you how : gins October m. Send for Catalogue. I Thomas, Ueo. Latimore HimmonTbavernot T;..J" 11:51" ....6rand Rid ge_ Ss: :! I. a
y d all citizens of and residents o 7:59 "' l2a$ noon Mnead. II fII" 1 :.I.I8U"
"' '
1 t easy it is. Call and see them. i Address, R. &. BRtFF,Secretary. I Pensacola, t1a. Ujjawtw: UU" ArrlfeRITflr'2:1cuouLun 6lJ" i. ,:;


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--' 3.'Tfie ;!rl'isfi0 h'a'd Ueen "displaying iI --- I. I ;: 1 I' F

A CODE .OFSIGNALS cipher messages came to the door. t ; ; !:

Cures All Kinds of lay I speak with you a moment?" : i "

I asked. t ; .I'

Kidney and Bladder Troublesi "Certainly.! Come in." I j !. 1:, ",

We went Into a drawing room, and :. I !
I t'
Original) I mustered courage to open the deli-
i aid Bladder TrouU, Rheumatism. People tell: tae that because I am cate subject (' I) t I

i kinds of diseases; produced by an tlilrty-eisht ttnIDJrri..tlllud wear SJKCtaeles "Pardon me if I seem officious! ," I i Ii 1 ,!'.

.. : ur-i in i Id l I should not he interested in said, "but I have reason to believe that I I, .s 1"" l t 1.

lovers. Nevertheless I ara inters love who lives In _
young; you a gentleman: : I.
tbted in them and always expect to be. one of the houses whose rear faces for Infants and Children. .. .. i iCactoria I'; i ..

HarrisLithia s I' We lion a short block flanked by yours." : I "J. I;
ia Iiar7ttlo-s: substitute fur Castor Oil, Par('. 'j
two long ones. Trom She didn't blush all. "You
nij are ;
curie, Ih'op" and :.soothing !<\ 'rl1p". It is I'leasutt. It \ : f !I ;
j dow, in the rear 1 can look out on the right," she said. Her sensible way of i'mt in: neither Opium Morphine nor oilier :XunolicO. I ; .i 1 I5uh !

Water rear of two rows of houses oppositeone coming right out helped me. tatl(' It destroys "'urlll'! and all.ijs F(.\eri hiu'>x. 'I i \ : i

another. This morning I taw a "You need a friend. I am that It ctirN liirrlm-i jful AViiul Colic. It relief's Teething ; t iin :1 i

young man stand at a window of the friend. I have observed your signals, TrotiliU-N and cures Ct ii"tipatn ui. It regulates the i tl s
minonded by the 1 ln--t:: physicians allr Stomach and I! .\u-K and I
seventh house to the left watching a your appointments and your disap < gi\ing' liealtiiy natural sleep i j'
the United :StateFor: sale every- window of the third house: to the right polntments." The ChUdrenV I'anaoea-The JIotherN Friend. ;; i! :.t : I h ;

r--shipped anywhere. Presently a beautiful girl appeared and "Excuse me," sLe Interrupted "Have The Kind You Have { i
Always Bough
waved her handkerchief to him. you had the measles?" I : : f

Nothing Can Compare I am not curious at all. My brother "The measles! ? Why, no. What has Bears the Signature of I }! F II i; i ;
Bob says I am inordinately so. but I'm that to do with the mattter?"
i.unu! CARBONATED WATER for table use. HIRRI* LHHU not. Nevertheless, it bein' ? plain that "Only that my two children are '. *t i i' ; I
the finest of all ale,.
z h V is "
i ,
I the wave of the handkerchief was a down with It, and If you should takeIt .. .: !

\Vritr for Free BooKlets-Full testimonials of cures! analyses i signal, a sign, a message; or something It might go hard with you. It always -i T TIn 'I: I. !
iw to your physician. 1 of the kind, I naturally wondered whatIt does with elderly! people." i .> .;" I I I

could be. 1 wished: that it had appeared "And the signals; I J3!>p.>d. I # 1,, !. J'I J-

Harris Lithia Springs Co., Harris Springs, S. C.'lIt 1 later In the day, for I was "They were to keep my husband Use For Over 30 Years : :i ; i
obliged to keep watch at the window who remained at home with our other : ;
..... .. i f
all the afternoon and evening for fear children Informed. We took this _"r r" tTllroM.- TO 'J..1 T.r .OR. r" ;t I
P" BI II! ; ,
of tae next Nothing house that we might separate tie sick ---- i f t
missing '
: message. ; --- --=- {
TKLEPJIONK: appeared till after dark, when, a can- from the well. -I 'I ; : 1

M. W. MARSHALL IVnsacol. FU. illeas I left burning: on the sill of th. Then she explained the tignals. The Lit? Finn u fin I I ., Every Woman 'I. >I I :,

young: lad>"s' window shall call this smile and the Irindkorehief merely: 'WI Isiatrrm,',!ai H! 4knew I !
- Xo. Ii and the other house No. 7-for meant encouragement: "Tark at 11 I \ a It r.,,an d'! du1 I I

T ENTERTAINS. I I I THE FASHIONS.' half an hour. It went out suddenly, p. m." that their l boy Tarkiugton, who [I U fl U I U U i 1. '\. "" e....., 'HRH. rx l.rhalr'rlet,hiding... bpray I" f; ;! 1iIN
I '._ 1/ I -.1" : ,
---- and I went to I'hi. had not surely shown the disease, had I I .; e.t '1..1 I ,,\... e',1lm .I ,
upds l !10 broken! out at 11 in. The white and orh'n and Dtalrrs inChinese : ll 4"...r.Lance).
'-eel Guests at His S'luaio cut arc to t> !soon" occnFionally. The first signal 1 had parsed: about 0 J p. I ., ,

Hill Home. :ui and I > tet'I'rna|
some WOI'II'II.nath'te I began my wuti h a few minutes before could be ghen at night! to say:: "bet Japanese 'M.tUt.I-1..m.. ,ri, Mi t .
\ July !: -Presi! i : -. ..! .,' nr- ;
I < i i \ "
is n\l in coml.ination with 0. As the clock\ strtuk the hour h'r"t..J' "wor-e." "Tark Ile Haze O. i ('IOU UPl lees fttrt.|| f'v.... \ 17 1
rralnpd a distin stale Fancy Goods '. ;,i. u,ir*...1 'i, ," ., n" Inu tl !::
h.-on today at hiarnitcil tliI>lMTil's heck and foulard gowns the gentleman and the lady appearedat meant that according to the < .s'trUitale., >l IKl M. i o., 1 i. t

State fur waist: tux] hkirt trimmings their respective windows. She looked 9ifl'I"1:1'I ''''', Tiirkington was doingwell. FINE CHINA TEAS, !:I Kooni-'..Tlml'.1\hli.. Nrwtnttc. 1 i t : ; '11 I

I.: '.. of New Jersey White India null iitx-kties tucked in I l I trouble aid held tip a piece of pasteboard Hazel! recovered; two red! lights. 31 South Palafox St. I I I i'ii I i iI
points at the c-tua! and trimmed with on which was written in large Tarklngtou: ww>e. "t). K. this end Office. I
i-,4 train, and wont Laundry Pensacola Fl i NOTICK. 1 t
I'KHlallions anJ one deep frill of lace letters: touiu'lit: sure', meant that the ihildrerat I
Hill invi !
'I i.ilf ofovernot e are among the novcities. Tark at 11 p. m. homo were well and a ;grandmother, I I I have been authorized to take !h '

r New Jersey trXew White buckskin shoes are considered This was surely tIle time and place who Lad l 11 een delayed would arrive; rUMHSlMTL ,-tib-criptiorjs for Wm. Jennings ; 1 : 1 i

the roper finish to a white summer of .111 elnpruient. The tuan as soon 11I.t' I retired tlisal'iNiull.J.l.all'I'1 Bryan paper "The Commoner. i i .

Jersey .nits.'t O'tume, and iiixvay' will keep themin saw tll1Il1''sa;e looked serious but have come down with z : w*tinyl'lI'3a1; !('.ATeSUj1Cl.Dr The price i i" #I.OU per year in ad ; i I
< m July 2! It I their: prl: ..1 I ir.; Roosevelt l I, vance. Those desiring the paper I
m.isn P.RISSCN. Crle1i I ( i I
Mili. : I The Jacket and skirt costume of pale! was not surprised that this young Th. end 4a D 'pail8'1 i; I cm: have it sent to them by feuding ;! i : .
> I
blue pique| or !lltie butchers linen, untie appreciated the importance: of ylire in fl.OOto the undersigned.H.M.. I \
.If New York .
R I trimmed with strappings! of the saute the step' they were about to take.! I HOLD Dl'ST. : 1a'.P ha 1g 1I1t11..ltft} 101'11. I RI.C-IIK, f "f;

''i of Cincinnati piped with butter colored l Initiate, the did not e\j"-t any mole iuc..--igii; >. but II rt'..f' ... ,4iun" ii OIlI1GGITII! Care Dally news : .,.1 : ,
1 ;hio circuit court -- t
I points held) v invitation of the window all diy. After dark I !
forms my I
; gown
1 ."1\'. of New York, Kniliroidfivd india mulls, in white orlellojte was about to give it up when a red THE GARDEN SECTION L: ., !I I

tatted a ditto < shades of pink ln-lie blue or lighta; < put, In the girl's window. !
"'.afternoon heiPCt that has ), 0 .
means something: happencil "
MTU, made over lawn or taffeta slips, o-OF-o r'I:
\- to diie Ira to prevent' the elopement tomgl.t. I
former.v. pretty summer p>unshich t.
'"' ,i York, in which are almost if not quite as iffeitive and Ked is a dancer signal; I shall book IFensaoola, Fl orida, J !
'tested anxiously for another cipher messagein ;
dainty ns the more perishable' chiffon, t
-New York Post.ORCHARD . the: m"rllill::. Near East Hill Electric Terminus. : .1: !
half Railway ,
,. -. Makes Report. "' -- I lay awake the night; wnndeiing -
what hall I wished that 1 ,
happened.' II, faea
The ort I)
:, barge!rpi of rlv AND GARDEN.A could help them.! It miirht: be theyncetlod Beautiful Lots for Sale. 1 S : ;

.> t:-\'illp. Ky., good time to thin is when the fruit a confidant to make arrniw i I .

1 }lor the im I has sit well. nu-'nts resolved they that l'ouldn"t if they make did themselves.I not carryout 'wnta 40x137 feet at from $75; to $200 each, according 1 i I t r t I

.. Ohio nv Make repeated\ plantings:; in order to their plans the next day I would po clothes are rubbed out than worn Out to location and surroundings. 1 ;: t tf :
1 ;It.'!' that .. ;
keep a succession and offer :
up into No. 3. call for the ;girl
ompll't.1Im..n.l. If mulching\ is lute in the orchard: it my services. In the morning she holdup GOLD DUST E.rceplionallGOfl Neighborhood, Beautiful View, I, \ III

should extend for fcomedi?tame round a slirnTark : High, Dry Fertile Lands. i
: the the trees.Hegin G, Haze O. will spare your back and save your clothes Better il .
and far more economical than! soap and other ,
when the orchard is planted They're going: to try it na in. They Washing Powders The grandest opportunity for investment ever ;1 i
and keep up the plowing: and; culture Will meet lit sonic place at 0 tLis! tvcnIng I I
". Fight. Wide Onlyty THE N K FARBAN"iC: CCMFAVY:: cffered in Pensacola. III
regularly, and the roots will grow : il.-signated by the word "Tark"T.ut Chicago.! New York 80>\0... St LoUiS.
to th decpt\ r.I'ruit. : what diH-s "Haze ()" Inl'allnl)'.
Makers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP.1'9N'o3 : It
I -ace trees that hate \'('('grafted that the danger which threatened them Rome Seekers Should See These Lots. !

proriresent need looking after. The stock may before has been eliminated low stupid .

make shoots which will rob the scion of me not to see it at once! Tonight; 1'1 .A. V-uClubbs .' f
alter and, of course, should be cut away. will ttll. I'm sure the window will .. ; H

vvliippd! Sage and other show a llsbt. !
parsley thyme aromalic -
If You HaveRheumatism
'':pon Cul plants will require only a small I was nut mi>.takl'u. The window did Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. l'l'I I t

J buckshotLytton spite in the garden, and once cst.ib- show a light; -not one, but two and I
j. I'. i
1 lisladsomeof! they were both red. I II.
them will last fur J't'ars.r' '
I awaited the ciphertuessace V. C. BRENT: WM. H KXOWL.hH: : w K HI Pia JK., J. H, KhFHE. ; j. .
In t'e morning t
\ and suckers In
't ween the rows I. Pre'tldtnt Vice.l're.ld<-nt. rbi..r. At t Canbler i 7 \
It !later than
anxiously. came "
of rasptM-rrles and blackberries must '
North. Carolina. wool, and the i",ior girl 1 looked dreadfully
I* kept down, saving unita sufficientnnmb'T
Plus is a year of of t the sironjji-st suckers for worried when she gave it. < Mi the) the great teM<"1 an'1enlnrsvd 'First 1'1 f
? National Baal
'::ia. It is said next jcar's plautativn.Lahtalnt pa Tark! telio.nrd 10 were the words: URICSOL
hoard of asrleulmi also cures l.ner. Kidney and I 1.
..,. sriu. ... looked worried but, tJadtll'r
red clay land \ -r the .11. The man too, diseases caused by an excess of Ii
those on sand I'iofeof: John Trowbruljrt of Harvard mad a motion for the pirl: to wait. uric arid It never tails, and builds up H
the health lorI Ftrerllb while US.TIK it. or PENSACOLA. FLA. !i j
'"to..t 1 that they ar has lately' made a M-ries of experiment Then, disappearing' ; from the wiull11u' ,,\\, send stamp for oolk ol wonderful certificates ji "'
with electric six returned and held up a Price $1 per bottle. For Bale l if
'. parks feet in
r admit that th.proving i I by drureistn. If your druggist can net DY1tt.EOTOI't,6t ; J JI
." l length whidi he thinks show thatlihtnill j I placard: supply you It will be pent prepaid upon 11 J 1'D
crops on I of Address WM H. KNOWLE3.; W A. JJLOUNT. F. C. BRFN1 .V K HYKK. Jf.
: never strikes the surfaif of 0 K this end tonight sure : receipt price.i "
equal of any. I I G. BRKNT, J. .
-- the iK-ean. I IKS cxpeiiincnts weie ui.- I could stand this no longer. Tutting Urlcsol Chemical Co., Los AngelesCal.! ,} s".
d.'tJkt'lwith a view to vofatilzhiiwater I hit and I went around if I I
on my wraps

", I 1.1; \..\ \I i-I:\I paper.s tlllI.will,. l h. strong for spectrum' the 1'111'1'0 of| water: of JIMr.obtaining Hut:i !!1-flip Corner and r;it: the bell at No.- i I 5 I Lamar &, akin Distributing or Drug the Agents.Co., Atlanta, J, ,> rm o !IIg D an D m ti E c A n Al U i I 11\i ,i j Ji I Ij19We

lea-t Will
'n there i Nat LP found that his sparks c>f high eleetioinotixe Interest Man. I, 6 ,

-. ..isthat r-cience force and far .silileresenil.Iin ""
as as j o T quickly! introduce B. B. B. I I
III'. in all itstatHull's -
,'"-ltlVe cure Catarrh now to strike the surface of water and Southern! blood! cure into new I' Germany, France, Austria, Italy Holland, pain, Leliflcm); Kn-ssU, KOI.Sweden I f I i I jwty.

,'.1 it'al fraternitytmitioual passed instead t" the edge.s o|' the vessel : home, we will ,endabolutelyfree.10hkk LODGE DIH VTOHY Y Denmark and other, I I /;

,. .I.tltutitlll:11 dj I containing it. He also found it ev fl
,' ,- treat- 11"1111.1.liIlil'nlt. to pi-s powerful ) trial treatments. Jiotauiclllood : ( Vessels Disbursed npon the Meet Favorable Tertaa and :'I'

':1'1' Cur- i- taken spnrks from one stream of water to Ji.ilin i It. H. B. ) quickly cures .,, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIA.> Obligation Taken Payable at Port of tetirail Ten cr Fl/laec D'i! :1 i
old ulcers, scrofula, eczema, itching ifter Veeel Arrives there tt t "
-, lii-etly! upwi theurfaees anoiiier. An interesting 'uul'lu"jU'1 I kin and blood humor", cancer: ...atI .'('1\1',1. I rhlire, Si,. 3. IL nr Fnioftb ---- -- I' J
IIf the which he draws is that "it does not lug, fe-teriiiL'-ores. -, c-irbuiiclf! Monday tii iWSnfety Deposit BOZB: for Rent in Connontion i ; s
i I. -!tretiugthe'fonti.and i I I
seem probable! that liirhtning: cl.scharses Ulff'lI in gnarl i at 'astle lit'''
giving the j piuipl or eruptionpain' ins with which we haven n PrlTa Apartment for thfaUrc'of !
/ in for alo'iutV'lstro
p.iss througlj regions; in I htnr > m joint-, rliuum.ui-m, ct- I
'':; Lending up the of heavy rainfall." l tarrh, or blood or kin tr.uible.IJotanic i hull'1ng third floor r..AT1tnl" '' ; I
in any v'l-lt ng brethren Dorms'' ,
nature I
i I ----- .- Wood Balm ( H. J!. B. '' healHvery I. r rielonmed ;.
the 1 prorrietorah I u. : .
makes the !
sore or pimple
.* in its curative Poisoning the System.It H. HOKSI.FK .
i!rOun J [ulld red | blood pure and rich and -top- all K K.AM ; : : ;
i is through the how Is that the aches and". ]>otanic liioml '
that it fails t
-" to hodis I cleansed: of illlJ llrltll's. C,>n- Balm t B. n. Il. > thoroughly! listed; I t ; "
'. f testimonials
i- till tion keep these poisons, in the for 30 year in bo-pital and privat Wr'I.'I'1:1 ; 4 4e
LaurelsA .
< HhNKY & Cn.. \ I 111'I I ; ,
T'.teilo.O.! system, causing headache, dullnessand practice. nn1 ha< cured thou-and- : . : :! .
W. melancholia at first then un- cusp-jjiven up a- bopleeacid at ain I 'If+ n1 \. 1. f i' fI'
t., 7oc.
'I i !'1hl1"I'1IItions:: and finally serious illujtore-. 51 11)f'r luisff !>ottltKOI! .. .' I I ,. I .I' !_ unless a remedy is apphcdPeWnt's ]. free treatn.em writ. to Blood HihnCo The Part. Exposition 'r'.r I. ". I H i. !
niih,. *\or j: .. :. ::' t '. | I i
'' 1.1'cure for C"IILt this trouble by stimulating tbe HUT (once 'repaid. Ip-cribe trouble and : : .: ': : \ t
.. f
and piomoie easy. b<'althy action o' free medical advise ;:IVPU. B..t s .., I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY + :" ,\ :p I:. : : I, i ir.
"if ). .tltCntiuaIi' ,
the bowels. These little pills do not \ I'ulm: ( H. H. U) given life I,, I I ,
-s $ "
I > pillar mef tin.! ; o; act v.ileutly.! but by strentheniu. vigor and ,.Irfnzth to the blood. The .1<. 'L y a,' '' .\I.I'III,'. ..,,,;",I.,I rfar,'. .' '' /t C j j it; i'1'
b\\ds nable thorn to finest Ulood! purifier mode. Botanic ... I.n. .' c. I ... f It :
thp peitoim
.f.I. "
\1 tic.ih : : ( "
H iltn: offce society H their unit wnik' N". \1'' tfiipc 01'oil.- Blond Balm B. K. B.i jrivea: WHISKEY I. Po.: I .." .. '.".'.'. ". .' ,. I''i'
: it eLV. \I I'
I July 22.r 'IP-S Harai'harai.i' y, John! S'i! j jni.i p healthy Blood supply to the skiu and r. ,.tM.. I' .r.7 S -.M I) r. fn- or" f !, ( ,
Kahn ..ntire -y-rem. xee red w; I. \t f \t \r d t I t i jin jm ; .
and Shie''n
; Gold medal ,. ) ,
.1':itis are ''o'd'l'ly! { tare .e rn f w si '
,t I. ------- I alto awarded at a W. .. I aa n. I Ir r. r t, r I t t i t \
C1L S '1' 0 TLt.: I C yv >ist''T 0 n.:: I: 1f. cwOrVau 1663DT mend. .n Nn A6\Ia n11CULMS e, 'y t r ; s II..'t drla, I ;
4 d I ;
iJ "K" w. c. DEWBEKY President, Bean the d I ile KKi, YJ Ha.e A'1\3S, ..IIzrI I: Bean the Kind l Yaii Haft A'aatii:' 5K4Sigaatue ( Quc.ljo893.&II. SALVONA SOAP CO., Cor. 12th & Ping Sts ST. LOUIS, MO. I ; .

''v IK Sl nature S/5 rf- dh8 /1-.1-#> I ilf

- S"cr tary, I r (4L OT I rf Doll GcIl1DGIi tt tm- j t I I! : i lie;;;'I !

% -_ - -- ; '
II ? fit! X.-w York City, t'l

March I :i," 1#r.).. t I i; It ,

..' Franco.ISuifalo .. ), ; If
: : \. V. 1 ; ;. .
l 1.1:I
Gruth'ux'n-ltgiregmpgt'eat >aoure i
/' r.. _t o'r: gip. .. ;,jilit to te--t.fv to all the p"l finalities of J 'y
.. J'
t F-Oiri-; ". I

1 Y) It i is economic, as it makes a satwfyingsiihst I. f 'f
r ; a: ) itiitc for exH-nsive meat. t ; a aIt

,r 't ( + I t I ls! 1tal.thful-f'r the weakest invalid { J tan
.- enjoy It.. i' I. -
'7, I l Jt H attractive! i-eintr i a most dt-Ii'-ious! ,; ;
+', '--5 t t ,., j '. r, (I 1hl t ti food, appreciated In those who usually i '
do not like cereals. I r'

Yoursery truly Dr. '
___ lame furnished on applkatioo. I


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t VERHIBIOUS DEFEATED !JOPEN DAY AND NIGHT. ir West Inteiuleiu-ia Street. Five Minutes of Your Time


CANINES ATTACK OFFICERS AND I WERE UNABLE TO WREST CAME 1* POU & GINGLES, Managers. I,: Is all it will take to read this ad

CITIZENS ON THE STREETS.Since FROM VISITORS YESTERDAY. I< i> and it will pay you at the rate ota

I ,
--- I dollar a minute in money that
For the fourth time this season,
the war on homeless curs iF will
you save. & &
k has been declared on the part of the the proud banner of the Pensacola I '
city every dog coming under the I Giants was bedraggled in the duet, iI i *

ban: seems to have made up its mind ,I and in such an unequal score that 117 i West InUndenda Street. Office Phone, 31. Residence Phone,673. $1.75 1 MISSES' Patent and Leather Sandals. .. . $ |145 J

; that if they are going to be killed, people who have always clung to !

i : they will sell their liberties as dearly the! impression that the local team $1.50 I
r MISSES' Cross
as. possible. was almost invincible could not THE BIG 5TORESPECIAL Straps and One Strap :5andal$1,1 I I S

Two attacks from vicious dogs are .I vouch for the truth of the story as $ 1 .25
and P.ltt'nt"amp Sandal- ,9 j 90)J JVPI.OU
It reported today, and in each case the i j told by the score board at the end of -+XFFERS.Et--

animals: have shown a decided fighting the game yesterday afternoon at ,
)I i CHILDS' Patent and Leather Tip HandaU. Si.I
II and vicious nature. Palmetto Beach.

. '; At 2 o'clock thi3 morning, while The visiting team was from Jasper : -,i BARGAINS $ 1,25
i9 Straps and One Strap Saudal- ) |IO()[)
Ala., and the for them
+ Captain Frank Sanders was patrol victory ;
h sal
+ s ling the city, he was menaced by a'!i 1 was an easy one. They all played I IN EVERY DEPARTMENT THIS WEEK. ,; $1.00 1 CHILD Red Kid] and Patent Vamp Haadal-: JQ

large dog at the corner of Alcaniz ball from the start, however, and
x' and Romana streets. The animal when at the conclusion of the ninth, ,
j SHOES. I HARDWARE. :,; .75 INFANTS' Red Kid Sandals... .. .. .... . 45
tried every way to get a taste of thcaptain's e the scoreing 7 to 2 in the visiting !!
''team's j We are over stocked on Ladies' A Fine $Refrigerator for.5.73; --
calf, but was fought off favor the Pensacolas real-1 ,
I Oxford, and to make room for our Fine 2 stringlroowtor:; .. ,. .. 27c !.'
1 After battliug with the for 1! ized that one of the !strongest of am- I
} cur ev- ;
i Immense Stock of SHOES Purchased 1\ Good 3-Striug Broom for.... 20c :' MEYER SHOE CO.
eral minutes with his club the oili- ateur nines had defeated them. I for }Fall and are to arrive in ,
An All-Kip Wang-Stitched |
: cer realized the dog meant business For four innings neither side made a few day, we have decided to Offer i
Wagon Collar frotU..Uli''} to J2: 75j
t ; and something desperate would rt'. score. Then the fifth the Alaba- ,'lour Entire Stock at the following i I Feet FumMier* for Cash Only.I
A Gode b Halter for... ... 20c ]
Greatly Reduced Prices: !I
} .e( suit should the doir have his way. minus went into win and two men A Good Light-Weight Buggy :;

#: I The only way out of it was to either :, made a dash over the home plate, I j All f 150 Oxfords for...... .. ....$1.27 Collar from ..... .....73s: to SI 25 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.MONDAY .
1! All $1.75 Oxfords for ..... ... ,
I ...... .
climb fence kill From then there Buggy Whips from lOc to 83: 50 --
a or the cur, so a wa no greatditliculty
..... ... ..
$:! Oxfords for ?1.69 Best Values to be had in the
[ }I : ::1 d couple of shots were directed at in increasing the figureson All $2 50 Oxfords for... .... ..81.99 A Good Buggy or Wagon Harness city. M1I (\

lltttlit him. One of these bullets mint have ;, the score board. I II All $3.00 Oxfords for ... .. .. .. ...240 for. ..... .... .... ...... ... .|7 ;;) Ir

struck home, for the cur ran west on '! O'Brien pitcher for the Jasper! I These prices don't apply to Queen Collar Pads, good values..25 to 5oc I Ii I,

,{ Romana street like the wind. The'oillcer |' played the game as if his life de- i Quality Oxfords, of which we have a Bargains in Crockery, Glass and ,

:t, 1 was not hurt. j| pended upon it, and he was ably as 1 Full Stock. I Granite Ware. i

} 'r At 9:15: this sisted. Fred
morning an old negro Moore second baseman

a tr t"4 man named horn wa attacked by a !I also showed to his many DRY GOODS.
c '; o-AT-o
i'- big mongrel on Wet Zirragossa; friends here that he has lost none of I

I ;', street near Barcelona. horn wa '!, his baseball qualities. Every effort Special Prices to Close Out Our Stock of Figured Lawns Fancy White I j '
?r Goods and all Sheer Fabrics, Sheer Woolen Fabrics in Mistras !\
and other
bitten badly on the leg and the, !!I Ion his part was loudly cheered j\ New Weaves. I L. FRIEDMAN & GO'S.

I wound had to be cauterized. The I II'I 1 I
"I Never Knew Pain Killer to Fail I Shirt Waists at 35 65 and 95c. ?
old fellow
IL tj made his way to the police ,
I before, what can the matter be RACKET STORE. O*
lit station, and being too poor to hire a
r t:4
Where is the bottle There I _
i physician, the city's physician was i thought so; it is not Perry Davis'i -- --- --

called. The dog will probably: be i Painkiller at all, but !something the JBilliaiu! I0lju0ou( & gait. 1 Case Scotch Lawns to go at

t' shot this afternoon. ]>,I druggist inu-t have made himself

l I1 Jim Thurman, white, has: assumI and I did not notice it; I have used -- -- -- -- 10 yards for 35c.-:

t.t: I!(lW'd eJ the oflice of dog catcher! and is Painkiller for years for diarrhoea. t tcramps Weekly Bank Statement. t ,
and stomach aches and it TO )
! 14 f.11 filling up the dog; jail: with animals I t\\never failed." New York. July i:'.-Th \\'Peklt 50 Dozen Hemmed Towels, Sizes 14x34 at I;:
,1 star'-m. r.t of the associated;: hanksshow ,
f' I.J':.' found without tag,. About a dozen I If "'
r 1 it( ff SWEET JAMAICA ORANGES.I CLEVELAND COUNCIL the following < han i'- Luansy'3.3' 10c each or $1.00 doz. .
t were .
f brought in yesterday and to- | : !7.o''. ..Io''! ,: Do < ...;

t i i day. "11,1''' a forlorn looking: set. :i have purchased through; Mr. G. posits $ 4<11'2,!.MO. dr-orease $1.511; This is positively the Largest and BeEt Towel in I'eusaA.
lUll: cirrulation $31.8"!".M; ,o. increase '
Giardina the entire lot cf fine Jamaica cola
for the Money. 11I
Special to The Daily News:

} L :itJ, 1. BUCK CONNORS" !recently oranges arrived,from which the will schooner be sold I: Cleveland 0. July l5.:-Attorney '3' ..t'tIplal;$44I.6'W tenders; specie I77.713.8'"i0.173.61' ..1'I"I increase lit;>

General Sheets began quo warranto Inereaae $ZI B,5no: ; r. nerve ':;;",II :. ; '
row ') cents to 40 cent* a dozen.H. proceedings In the circuit Millinery # Millinery !
jU DILEMMA'ft I' court today Bi'O, increase f3.linJ.10o; reserve required ,
,I I' ( IN A ALFMAS'S: FRUIT STORE ] to oust the, Cleveland city council, 1233,173.225.: : : decrease $37f7,273; I

I'J d i :n;; South Palafox Street next to the and demand that the members of that surplus $ increase J3.4S2, ] : 100 Shapes, All Styles, to Close Out at

ft f: I l:9 Postal Telegraph office. 21jylw body show; by what right they hold of 3.". i <
,I! +ii 1 : 'Buck" Connors wi in a dilemma fice. Judge Caldwell of the circuit: i lOc each! Sj lOc each !

1" ,Ili, v;. yesterday morning le woke up and court granted an order restraining i r < '
; It-lp -:Mule.
,1" REAL ESTATE the council from granting further I ------ 5
found -
; lii. that hi* pantaloons; containing '
. .
:' franchises! or special privileges until i rM\KOiHIX, MKNDKMMID: AHPKAKT ,
' i fI1)t!} were out in the yard and the case is heard' and decided. Attorney .\IOlt: .\"hAIIIIHtoi:! *, WITH RKKKX .

/" '. i''f 1111't. the money gone. He was ill worked TRANSFERS General, Sheets holds that inasmuch TINE: ;< E TO*. MI'ST WORK KK. SiltiF.R API'r.Tit ASh WILL-W K, L. FRIEDMAN & CO. ;a

, ;fi l t .. up and wa k.pt0 until this afternoon as the federal plan of municipal iiil }HfOHES: : FI ; NATIONAL: BASK.Iat .
i/ ;)1 : l ._ government has been declared unconstitutional '
r, 'I. ,t"1 when he was iuf>ruled a j joke -- by the state supreme ,!, SPLKX nil) chance f ir men to learn bar MwmmrnmPI

,. ,' J I!' : had been played upon him and that a .,. ,., hr ARIOC- transfer court the city council Is an illegal grniuatf: Tool.and. ore.Pntedpav take position*saturdav4 waiting -.

\1, ;oj f hi* mother had the ca.b.As"Buck," f.} of Escanibia county body. wai;?.* from St.1 to 115 weekly wtnncompetent.
.1,0'thfl. It:; 1'."; : Catalo2u| mailed free. MoliTHarbfrCollenf.
' ; t ; like all good men huj won the r -:: :; realty were recorded New t Irl..anI.a iljytf I I
; -- --- -
; \ h -- ---- ---- nets and fishing r. tr fP '
; \ \
\ J \ \
'r3 : ,:-1 money on :i waver that (Jen. L-imar ."ti'j': during the weekending The only way IA S.....'.
jn' ; would I III' r-- oL4.f. to r"cO't'r'ou'r tackle to suit everybody at "t l llll'llr'
eiected .
: t and had gotten Saturday. / TTFR. --- ---- --- -- -- '
: <; /1 1J HOS S health Is to keep j 1 mr" --Kuilding and i.n'Sn I'aKnob..
'rl"f !. the money. e-a--y: he presented hi* :";,0'7'' ;' July is+th, all) I of | ( .. the stomach infnoA f+: 1J Reward l of enlvivetnt.!. nffcred the Willis' Hardware Co's. \
i.t'! -t: + p" >_ mother with a i) note (providing hecoulvl 1'"- 01 which are reported the bowels condition reui'iHracdthfbl -; tar Calm its*return Co. to
'i ti. .--' have the rest .\ compromise ',-"/ for THE NEWS: by pure The bitters od. Lt'i Cleaning ladies skirts! and waists NICK'S
iJ.1! 1 l: h' j was elected on ths ;;rounds. Tho<. C. Watson & Co., real estateagent ,r1'; ';:, will do this I s cne of c".r specialties. Star Laan- I Ia
; f i for you. It also
( -- *: dry.
I -' ; curesIndigestion I
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4 .i:
ill 'ji\t. : I.111I.rI)6tLIA1ii. E. A. Moreno and wife to Wm. A. -1; '
Thos. C. Watson & Co.
r iI k, + t AI.ittlebhnt1'utIiIhna411',.eout Blount--Lot '!I., square 10, Eat Kit g :. ) ;' Dyspepsia, ; ASK YOUR GROCER FUR the leading Real Estate Agents take

t.clH! I 1,1 Itu.ioe.N. tract Belmont numbering; -?:275. ." I J Constipation all the worry off the shoulders of the nE ?
Wm. Fi*her and wife to W. N.JloatesEast and owners; of i-'roperty. manage the TAUnANTIII
: H I 4 ; 1 When medicine fail, they M.luteI. renting of their houses and the collection '
: 30 feet of lot 4. block Malaria Fever
t, I. timed.nd sick of their rents a; conscientiously <
i' people to
; away ani.h lass> New ...
City fronting 30 feet on and Ague as; they would themselves. -
(I il Ii .1'\ Snetimtthe other clinute dint for Its their toes health it,: hat south side of :Strong: street between SITTERS TitIT.. t1i'i I Their charges are very rea;onable. ,.'

\ \1 more often they stumble on the ':h and s th avenue*, by }:)i'.. feet DAILY MENUS :1
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::1\" : proper food to take, and then get dt'Pp"I.
well. | J.C. '.anl't-It and wife and J. J.. Comprise all the I i' :
< '\' A lady iu Sin Dle-::') telU of a I' CHANGE OF FIRM.
F71 : "l'' friend who let her houi each December Van Pelt ant wife to J. W. LouisU'j "' Hotel Camden Date Dishes; the Mal A'

FyR II t : for the past two winter., toi I acres of section 16. township 1 ket5 of the World III
t l;; I:: i : go to Ctilifoniu for her health. She ,south range) west--f 50.i tAMOr.V, ALAUA3IA, Afford
,,: i bays:-"Almo-t, all of her time wj ,i I Thos. Hannah and wife to Wrc. To whom it may concern a1is

!I lit': spent in vi-itin: the doctor and sjt- .,, her-Lot i+, block 17, New City-- Is Now Open to the Public ..:
jw I ttI' ;'t tiurf in a hi..; chair and watching: the }H"e hare sold our business '

I clock to note the time for her next $IOO. and good-will to MessrsGreen I II Ladies' Private : :
if: \l t: ..I dose of medicine.ervou! "tted3 washer Robt. J. William and wife to J. F. under the management of
1 t' principal trouble, and with others Mill*-Southwest of section Is, Watson $ Co., and. :'
4 Dining Parlor.
? {: ? of kindred nature, nude life for ."
for them continuance
i :t i her a burden. ,, town-hip 4 north, range 33 west- bespeak a i a slal0u MO tt6tcIvu e5alAarlra TSAT MRS. S. MIMS .."
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;j I i\ On the occasion- of her last visit I 11,000, of the liberal patron- CUNBEUSEOWTTKOUTCOOKlNGThe ,
'. ,;if t..i I be Ke'J her to give up the use of coffee F. M. Dunn to Wm. A. Tippin age and confidence heretofore ass GIVtS r5 5 CottattCTfiS,5S'A1S.C5T4a q.SWO At9F' AOM Aa0 II 0145DCUcATS 0r SEN of Pensacola, Florid
1 t '',,i and ue Postnm Cotlee. She replied Lots, o, 16 and 1;, block 101 New Regular Dinner Daily. f
I : I t'. that she could not stop cotfeeIt bestowed upon us. RATES REASONABLE,
:'! I ll '; I said uo more at the time but the City-f7"0. They are gentlemen of ster- I III.
';4 **-.i'' next morning at breakfast, I pa-ed Jno. K. Ewing et al to L. M. By the Day, Week or Month ...
:1) w her a fragrant! steaming cup of 1'os- Davi*-Lot 12, block 10, Maxent ling worth, and we cheerfully / t I 1 I Short Orders PromptlFilled. > 4;
,' i1 j r ,1 turn, nuking it as itslioulJ: be made tract-$JOU.: recommend them to Table Furnished with the Best the' Nltflit or Hal 11I-
j After that I had no more trouble, Market Affords, *
; ;, 1):\)I' J. L. Bell et al to F. J. and S. H. your consideration. '
1: ; and my friend drank no more colfee. ...
,r; ;tt: : But the most surprising put of tht1 e i t Bell-All interest in 12S feet fronton R. HALLWAY $ CO. I Public Patronage Solicited.Free If It'aSomethlniGool! 'I) Ea: > a,?
J. l-: experience was the change that soon i Gregory street of arpent lot 6-1. Old you ..lih.fOU' I n\1.1 at ilL
' I' t"l. came over her. Best Laundry Starch Hample R'?oms. ;>
1:1: 1
1 and other
City-f consideration
J \ U \ We began to notice it within less We have purchased the on the Market. Nick Apostle's ::
'i' .a than a week In less than month Sunday Rates Made to Traveling
,. a [ stock and business of

q,. a tt J I ;: her three nervousness months she had was left a new her,woman and in i CRIMINAL COURT \ Iessrs. IIalliday $ Co. NO BOILING NECESSARY. Men. Popular Restaurant.

:. ij Y i in face figure and health. I ha d' 1 and secured their old quarters :"(
,, I: not dared to hope for so much benefit SESSION TO-DAY The only Starch Manufactured ISLAND, N. Y. l\i:
Xos. 33 and 85 South GOVERNOR'S
t : although I had been greatly benefited in the South : .-Sealed proposals A Ii11bVUUbVUU
I, < it ; to her system was simply poisonou, I will add several Help Build up a and straw required in Dept. of
'. i1 i S' and I believe this is the case with I IIt In the criminal court today Stere departments the East, daring year ending Jane I will repair your watches acl:
11' \ many others. She returned to her and keep up the complete 30,1903, will be received here and at in ftn .claaa style. J '
. 1' I' :;. home In! December and was married Bowman was convicted of vagrancy j\ lines carried by them. SOUTHERN INDUSTRY. places indicated in instructions h- Jewelry .
'.t' within less than two months after. Cases against Buck Webster for saId hereunder, until 12 m., August
l ; She never fail to Rive credit to Pos-. I We respectfully solicit acontinuance 7, 1902. U. S. reserves the right to
" ,::1. fl tarn for her health or thanks to me highway robbery and Rafe Render \ of the liberal reject or accept any or all proposal J
1 Ii her to make it Save S 'Ioney
(1 for teaching properly, son for aggravated assault were cot or any part thereof. Information OuruJtrn
't" 3. 1'! a and well she may for Postum has I ,patronage given them. the dust. You furnished on application. Envelopes :.
I'-.., i' done for her what travel I, doctorsand '' concluded at the noon hour. i Respectfully, Lay can buy containing proposals will be endorsed ture at Marston $ Qu-na's i
I :; medicine failed to do." Name garden hose at the Willis "Proposals for Forage andJOHXSUIP80S
A special jury was impaneled to- Empo
: Great Furniture
. KI given by Postnm Co., Battle Creek GREJ'jTJ". TSO,,' CO1.ylw Straw-." ,
F 'iday for the week. Hardware Co. M. G.
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