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 23, 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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San Francisco, July 22.-Once more Jackson Missy July" 22.--Captain A I I n 11 \

Manager Delaney announces that hisprott'ge. 1.. : ;
Dabney, the Coahoma county civti t ;
Takes a Short Stroll on Board the James J. Jeffries is in the 1 engineer who is preparing to give a Some of Them Do Not Approve of ?!I i j !:

finest fettle and will: climb throughthe banquet tof-lends, within the neat few I 'I

Yacht.Daily ropes Friday night fit to fight for weeks at winch rattlesnake on toast I' i
the Plan.
Royal a reputation. Jeffries! is alternatingIn will be the. principal delicacy, has f t

his days of heavy work. To just; l succeeded in capturing another. '

avoid the "stale" condition he goes Cloister rattier and the success of the I ---- --- n_ !!. ', : t
--- -- - at his work like a Trojan on one day feast is now assured Captain Dab I t t'

News: I i and on the next relaxes somewhat. ney feels confident that he will be aide Special to The Daily News. ,

J::.-The weather was THE MACKAY i I His method he finds agrees with him, to fatten th ,latest acquisition for the I Washington, July :2:5.-The president CHOKED A WOMAN h

I and it keeps him on a vigorous edge. reptile is eating voraciously; whereas i
Isle ol
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t at has "requested" the members
and thei.reporta I Jeffries has taken on 9 pounds in the pair of rattlers captured some timesince FOR HER MONEY :
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.. :\aiht Victoria and AlID MAUSOLEUMSpecial 1 36 hours, but this is not extraordinary have refused to cat for ovrthree of his cabinet totump" for the republican .; I .! '

hornicle King Ei for a man of his herculean propor months. ticket this fall. The request -- .! .. I ,I' .

It is said that I tions. The fighter now weighs in the: Captain Dabney's new snake is one is worded but is : ,
< ::11't nt. politely practically Anna Herrin of fiB North Alcaniz :
neighborhood of 225 pound He ex- of the largest ever captured in Missis ,! ii'.
i't..i i fluid his first council; to The Daily News. pects to tip the beam at about 217 sippi.! It measures nearly 8 feet in an order, and the cabinet street, reported to the police that :

when he fights. Jeffries will continue length, is over 20 inches in circumference members are preparing; to obey. while she
'_e' A J. ilfour: became New York: July 22.-The Mackay i was walking along Alcan 1. !
and the yacht shortly. mausoleum in Greenwood cemetery, his training In this city today, and carries 27 rattles. The snake Secretary Shaw will open the campaign iz street Monday night she was halt- !' t '
doing road work In the park and light made a desperate fight when captured
: fa.t: the name of the new in which the body of John W. Mackaywill in Maine and west with r i
gymnasium exercises at the Olympic go ed at a dark spot by a huge negro, ,
..... att: of Ireland! to succeed be placed was: completed abo".ttwo and on account of his hostile proclivities ;

..iii \.y: >. i IT will then be announced.Edward with marble interior, and cost about canvas-covered pavilion in "Joe Bailey" The capture was affected Secretary Mocdy will go through her by the throat and apparently :
which the fight will take place, is
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means a
J300.000. A large granite cross iur- I New Root will ;
nearing completion. England ; Secretary tried to choke her into insensibility. i
while Captain, Dabney was on a surveying
Will Visit the Czar. mounts the building and at each cor
Net y ,-* July/ 22.-U is l learned ner of the root There IB a life-all fir The platform of the ring is In place trip and. having no box at ,. itumpew York. Secretary Knox She fought him, but his grip was too !i

. ,, a ':' di Ip: source that King! Edt. ure. The mosaic work of tits mutita and a sort of wooden canopy to hold hand in which to confine the reptile, has never made a political speech, much for her and she was about to E :

I : t< \ .' the czar in the latter floor and ollllag is elaborate, and Cw the light has been built over it. The he was securely strapped to a long but will try this fall. President succumb when people i j. .
arena is of octagonal shape with all pole and carried home in triumph. approaching;
i:' J :-' ,' -n-ber: cables the Copeniondent interior is in the form of a ohipel Roosevelt I II
the seats built on the ground, except will cover twenty states. from the south frightened the fiend t ,
:t. ," -, of The New with an altar. Electric lights around -
the gallery, which consists of eight Some cabinet members do not approve and he ran away losing himself in ; .
'.:1"' Immediately after | the ceiling are lighted" automaticallyby I
tiers of boards similar to the ball M'LAURIN REFUSES !
'd' : i t. ;.>en Alexandra comes the opprfng of the bronze doors o! of the plan, but their objec- the darkne : !
ground, arising at an angle that will!
i. her sister the dong the mausoleum. There are 22 crypts give all occupants an uninterruptedi tions have no weight with the presi- I His evident intention was robbery l L
i :--. following about The body of Mr. MacKay's ton John LIFE JOB 1
of the encounter. To dent. #
::.' and quern will: W. Mackay Jr., wh> was killed by the woman thinks, as she had some tl!
| space as much as possible the
:un after a two his horse's fall in France, in 1S53:; !j The republicans are anxious to money with her and seem to think i
spats have been placed close together .
', .-rmark. sailing on was plated in the mausoleum soon after
win this fall.
'I and the distance from the everywhere the black aw it somewhere. Her
center Special to The Daily News.
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w .. '1 r.''." r est ort of a its completion, and the body of -- -- ;
of the ring to the most distant part 'I throat bears the imprints of his fin ,
:Most Mrs Mackay's father rests there. The : I
I I'a: urhiii I Oyster "Bay; N. Y., July 22. 1'resi- .
i !L a ;.:- K.ix ElI I body of Marcus Daly also is in one of! j I of the enclosure is only 87 feet. dent Roosevelt is in receipt, of a letter i|I STEAMSHIP LINE FROM very plainly and her neck on the t \ ;

.. i'fi4p- 't. 'i! Malt the crypts pending the erection of a from Senator John L. McLaurln. of side was cut by the brute's finger ;

.1 .- it-t' : '.: : i I i': '\ ,', Daly family vault. The body of Mr. !! STEAM PUTS OUTi South Carcllna declining the proffered !! MOBILE TO NEW YORK nail:1.One. 1
-- -- !! Mvkay will bp placed in the crypt appointment to the vacancy on the
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''inn tly under the altar. beech of the United States court of negro was arrested on suspicion .

CHANCES i i OIL WELL FIRE claims. The president, it can be said, i iI I Special to The Daily Ness.t but an attempt at identification ; ;! j
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much regrets Senator McLaurln's decision : 1 1I
failed and he released (U :
THE RHODES i -- as he believes that McLaurin'u I Mobile, July .:-It i* announced I was It .
hoped, however, that from a s
IN ARMY i!. Special! to The Daily News. senatorial experience and his careeras j by the owners of the Mallory line of I very

Jennings La., July 22.-The oil well attorney general of South Carolin-i: steamships that arrangements are accurate description given by the c

-- I SCHOLARSHIPI j fire is out The deed was done at would have rendered him particularlya | woman, the fellow will be caught ':\#
; about completed for a regular steamship
1 1:15 i : o'clock yesterday afternoon good addition to the court of claims.
and '
summarily punished.NECRO i
j Tu KmNivs.; When the big crowd saw that the Senator McLaurln's letter is coucn- service between New York and

,. Washington! July :1'2.-Tolontljm 1 I l flames were checked it went wild will ed in the most positive terms ani II Mobile, which will probably be inaugurated '

.a- Wart rhM of staff to Gen to The Daily Ness 1. enthusiasm.Nine evidently was based in particular up 1 in September. i AND A :

I "' was today appointed New York. July 22.-Delay in taak boilers of large capacity were on a newspaper' article which accompanied The placing of thi, line of servicein i I : :fPOLICEMAN i

irr; rat ,n jp regular army leg arrangements for carrying out the 1 8t in the field to the northeast of thaI the letter. The article stated the Mobile harbor will in no way !
S'K':rli retire.. Rhodes bequest for Olfor scholarships i burning well. that the senator had sold himself for FIGHT
connectedwith effect the freight and passenger; ser- i ; I ; !t'
Wih; ;m. ef! will retire n is raided by the difficulty Of effecting two lines of 4-inch pipe. One the prospect of getting such an oflca I :'

1 a i P t< will cables! the London correspondent' however that the president regarded i
inspeuarN : other movable follow the Police
and i
so as to ; Officer Ingram a negro
irk. will become of The Tribune, who learns hat the ( flames. One such a type of accusation as beneath I One steamer per week will be portioned lilt

.1 a I scholarships will b. in operation wIth. !| each boiler to man keep was the stationed steam pres at notice, and sincerely regrets that Senator I to Mobile providing: the named Dave Foster had a rough and .

: :ant. at present in out doubt in the autumn of 1903, and:1 1 sure up to 125 pounds. It is estimate MrLaurln should have deemed: it pending, arrangement terminate tumble fight on Wed Government i' ;.''

;.n li tendered that students from the United Statei, necessary to pay any attention to it. successfully.CLERICAL. :
> en thl"partmt'r.t I I that the combined boilers gave a 225:: i iI i street yesterday afternoon. !
'' the British colonies! ; aid Germany .
of Texas. I 'II
will bo admitted to the university in I horsepower force. l'woInch waterInes OUTBREAK I The negro was drunk and abusive a I.. : i,
tht he will accept itt were laid from tIre north with I !
i i. 'tment to which Gen, romphancp with the conditions of the four :2-inch connections! and 50 feet SHOT WIFE I Ii I to everybody. When the otllcer put i ; !

A'ly! was asskned.f will. The educational! work( projeoted of hose on each connection and were i him under arrest he refused to go to !
by Mr Rhodes will b, MAY BE REPEATED ;
--- I I supervised so arranged that the flames could b3rovored THROUGH HEART the patrol box. He !began fighting t I I Ii
by an
t nt'ar; keen cutann from the north and
nd, east lii
the free
and ue of the officer's club ,I.
j :. Jou.'eat the northwest. One of the pumps on the -- J a
Try THE NEWS Want column it
prevented the from him
; Special toTbe News. negro doing j
: Hurdwurc Jennings-ileysood oil syndicate well Special to The Daily News.Harrisburg. : .
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will pay 'oc. Pari, July 21 Freh disturbances i ,.
was used to force water and the otherto bodily harm. t. \'I

force chemicals. Eaih pump hai July 22.-=\\'iiIi.: filer, I were threatened today as a !sequel to Foster was before the mayor on !1 : I

100 pounds pressure. A man was a steelworker, shot and killed his wife yesterday's clerical outbreaks; as .I

stationed at earn pump to keep the Clara Filer and Harry Bennett, a machinist protests aaiut the government's three charges this morning and was il .' i 'I

Green The inch to today at Steelton near here. punished by au aggregated find ;
Watson & Co. pressure up. pipe carry enforcement of the law against I !

the chemicals was run in from tho The Filers! and Bennett boarded at unauthorized congregations It now of ?10. I Ij I

north and had two inch connectionswith the same house, and it is alleged that appear three hundred were arrested j '
50 feet of hose attached to each Filer was jealous of Bennett's attentions -

lI. HALMUAV .'\; CO'S OU ST.\ \H. \ connection. Jack Ennis, of Beaumont, to his wife. The parties had a I with. numerous prosecutions pending ACCIDENT ATBLUFF ;; II : i iI

was In charge. Just before the at bitter quarrel last night and Filer loft
Fresh meetings to in favorof '
tempt he called the men together ant the house. He returned this morningand protest
shot him instantly. the religious orders are expectedto ( SPRINCS i
I'aearh explicit instructions.! The Bennett killing
steam did the work, extinguishing the Mrs Filer ran into the street be held today, while the radical I Itt ;
:' f.. ;i.1( CED PRICE KALE .
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Continue in all We
Departments. flames, which had been raging for s followed by her husband, who shot I socialist papers are urging the republicans f

S.n.\ intend to reduce stock. If you will call and examine week. Th* chemicals did not have her through; the heart She died to meet at the Pantheonas The news was received here thl .; I :: 1 ;f
'i'! will be convinced that you can save: money by purchasing to be used.PISTOL. while being carried into the house. I a counter demonstration. f
Vi morning at 10 o'clock that John !! t 'i H
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.de is on. Thp murderer escaped and is still ut

large. McClellan, 19 years of age, had suf ; ; f jt jtfered
FIRES a bad accident at Bluil Springs ; ,
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'/" \linitioii( i. called to i.,7OO > ;ml> DimiticCallatear ASSASSIN'S BIG by having his feet crushed by a I 11 1. .' .i
.. '. '. I'hlll',.. (;in liain., Lanetc.., on Trout Counter. ACCIDENTALLY I freight train on which it is supposed t'. : I ;
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VICTIM DIES he was; stealing a ride t. ;

-formerly sold for 10, 12' and 15c; : per Special to The Dally News. I The young man said that his home .
: Monday and Tuesday will give/ . .. IU yards for: 75C'such Special to The Daily News I.. j <',
!Ban Franci 23. Interest !
o. July was in Peusacola! and he will be II
Greensboro N. C., July 22.-Night <
In the Jeifries Fitzsimrnous 1.
H. A. Loman. 18 Special to The Daily News. quickens brought here on the first train I ; : .
Dimities Madras Telegraph Operator
Organdies (Figured) Imported Lace fight as Friday draws near. Both I I
years old. was instantly killed at i Lexington "Ky. July 22.-James coming south. I
Htripe, Figured Lawns, etc. fighters are in excellent trim, and I
o'clock this morning by the accldenU.1 Cockrell. of Breathitt county who was have: ceased their Lard train- The injured party is one of a family J '
discharge of a pistol. brought here from Jackson 6 :
,. ;. formerly old for 20. 2) and Sic pH yard, at p..mlast ing. Those who watched Jef living on East Government t I'i i
will go for... .. ..... .. .. .. . . . . 12 i>'c yard He was operator at Banaja a station night mortally wounded, died at 1 .
15 miles north of here, and had just 6:30: o'clock this morning. He was fries train say he is faster street, and left here several days t. ;:
purchased the pistol and was exhibit than ever, he is expected to enter fl'
shot from the courthouse window at since. His departure was known
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I Choice of any Wash Shirt Waist in Store forL ing it to friends when It fired the ball Jackson at noon yesterday by an unknown the ring Friday night weighing from but to a few relatives. I i: ::1!I
going through his heart. His fatheris assassin. Friends who accom 213 to 222 pounds. There I is! little :

Jake Loman, a freight conductorof panied the wounded man here say reason for suspicion of a fake fight. ,, I'; I :; .
-: 45c. $ 40 years' service, who Is now sick, they fear his death will be the signalfor SURF-BATHINC EXCURSION. i

and fatal results are apprehended tc a prolonged and disastrous war CORN AND WHEAT Friday night, steamer Enterprise.Will f' i r
him from the
One Lot Slightly Soiled Corsets 15 and 30c each Cockrell was preparing to leave Palafox wharf at 7:30' : 1 i'
leave Jackson to get out of the feud !t
Need More Help. when the fatal shots were fired. Ha CROP i ;
There are some $2.00 Corsets in tHs Lot.) td Agent. 1i 1 !:
Often the overtaxed organs of diges was the town marshall of Jackson. i .'
Burntt'i Vanilla Extract has outlived :
w.1t< Save You Honey to Buy BLANKETS while tion cry out for help by dyspepsia's Special to The Newi.Sprlngfleld. j
pains, nausea, dizziness, headaches, Cut this out and taka It to any Ill, July 23.The criticism. It is the finest and purest FI

This Sale Is On. liver complaints and bowel disorders. drug store or medicine: dealer and geta Illinois river is still rising at Beards- vanilla extract that can be bought. r' t f, .

Such troubles call for the prompt use box of Chamberlain's Stomach and I town and is now 17 feet above the Once tried, always used. !

of Dr. King's New Life Pills. Theyare low water mark. The damage to

gentle, thorough and guaranteedto Liver Tablets. The best physic. They crops which has already reached '
ITT Furniture, gd : I
GREEN WATSON & CO. cure. 25 cents at W. A. D'Alem.berte's also correct disorders of the stomach. thousands of dollars is daily in. If You Ir Uat t f ;

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I 11fi.1G.IKJIG .twX/Y.YK Is becoming more popular among women.

AN OCEAN IMP I 1 WITH OATH ON LIPSI The know reason how given to use is the that pistol a woman for self should pro- STRONG CORDON SLIP I Rheum, Tetter and Acne

t tection. The theory should be carried

To NEW YORK BOSTONAND i farther. Where a woman I Belong to that class of inflammatory and disfiguring skin .
k Escape Constabulary and Flee erapturt .
I I Double Execution at Greenville is in danger from assault discomfort that
pause more genuine bodily and than
ALL once she is in danger from I I worry all otr! K-
EASTERN RESORTS Miss disease every day of her to Mountains. diseases. The impurities or sediments which collect in the system : "1.aI ,

f t ,i life. Women I I I of poor digestion inactive Kidneys and other organs of cumin wTar*

YIM bavenotonlyto t ENSUED. taken up by the blood, saturating the system with acid poisons ar : fa'o':

SQSQ WITNESSED BY THOUSANDS.For run the risk of SEVERE FIGHTING I that ooze out through the glands and pores of the skin, producing d'IP

diseases which I scribable itching and burning and "i ;T
OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY can cheerfully endorse =
threaten husband your .*.
Fourteen of the Ladrones Were KilledI the yellow, watery discharge forms a. a cure for Eczema. i '
LOW KATE--Si: mioSti: < iE5O the Murder of Engineer Wray Ashley was trout.i'
brother and but
son, I :
d into crusts and sores or little brown with il for z* yean and tried
Hours of Ocean Breezes have also to I and Fifteen Captured, While One tt ae7
Tom Lauderdale they guard
Cocke and Pay and white scabs that drop off leaving nolaQafewbottlesogood e1.ctl. but after'
Sailings each WeeK against diseases which I s S.
Death Penalty at Greenville, Mis*. are peculiar vtoman'hood. Member of the Constabulary Force the skin tender and raw. The effect ly relieved. Wm. Campbe'f11""

Former Raved Like Madman I Was Killed and One Wounded. I of the poison may cause the skin to 313 w Central St.. Wichita. KM.

Ga.Tlr I From these diseases I crack and bleed, or give it a scaly, fishy appearance; again the erupt:.i r.s Ir

Ii Dr. Pierce's Favorite Manila July 22.-A dispatch says consist of innumerable blackheads and pimples or hard red 17
adr..if..1/1I1. r< ur-II..Jlot'n""r nrM.' tit I" jV j Greenville: Miss.. July 22-At 11:41 burnpu-
In.-uj .yiii.nii ,ft> all e.NOtwrr I"< I,. J" Prescription will effectively the face. Purification of the blood is
Montallon and Felizardo, the Ladrone j the only remedy for these
short ra:. .un, Tt< *.._..111 and rAIl., urs..fe.NIl. fKM I o'clock this morning Ashley Cocke anJ defend I w. ;> S'K,3
J u.t.--r to_Sf"',Aurk. __-__ __ Tom Lauderdale the murderers of Engineer women. chiefs have broken through the constabulary i diseases. Washes and powders can only hide for a time the :
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4 S. S. eradicates all
M.TTf. roc arrl. Tot Wray, expiated their crime up- cine preserves as wellas I cordon in Cavite province i, poison*-u> 1., '.:'
R. ........' Ii.e 'r'. 1'-1..J I.. the Cocke died restores the woman- lations, antidotes the Uric and other ...:-. :. V-j
on gallows. cursing and have escaped to the mountains. A
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,,'W"f' W' dries I and revitalizes the sluggish organs and the in: -.
of the law. Lauderdale met
_ weakening drains, earlier attempts to force the cordon. ties pass off through the natural channelj
his fate
calmly. l heals inflammation and ulceration, and The cordon encompassed the leaders relieve the skin. S. S. S. is the only guaranteed purely vegtU:: It l.:,
GE. EU.\L FKKNCH: SCHEDULE: i i At early dawn great throngs of female weakness. \d
cures and many of their followers. The latter purifier. It contains no Arsenic Potash or other harmful mineral t
people began to arrive in the city and *I cannot say enough for Dr. Fluff's Favorite
Following ia tne schedule of thegovernmentsteamerOeneralFrench 10 Preemption and Golden Medical Discovery.: when trapped made a series o! .Writeusabout your case and our physicians will advise with -it. ..:;f.
by the place: was crowded wnte Mr;. Ida M Tutt. of 406 Franklin !street i' We have a handsomely illustrated book on skin diseases which w.a:1 ,-
Cravrfordsville Ind "could breaks to The constabulary (
to its utmost capacity. Sheriff Hunt hardly walk aloneor
1L THE NEWS for the free all who wish it.
which to
prints I' do mv housework, when I heard of your wonderful ; THE SWIFT SPECIFIC co.,
benefit of the merchants who "hip' had sworn in a large number of deputies mediLine. I used five battles of each and withstood the first attack killing 14 Atlanta ea,

their goods to the various; army and every precaution was taken several rials of Pleasant Pellets: and can Nay I and capturing 15:; men. The Ladrones I -
i am a well woman. I thank Dr. Pierce for his Sound kidneys are safeguards of Rubber JlOSC all
-1 -4 posts: | to prevent any possible trouble. Cocke aJfor he helped me to live. May many finally masses under cover of the life. Make the kidneys SIZCa}

leaves Fen&acola .. .... .... ... ..... 7:00 a. m. and Lauderdale after good thuu.and women take my advice and when in I healthy with II?llllS .
a night'sFleep the
Leave harranciis.. ... ... ... 7:511 a. m. pour health or suffering from any female trouble darkness and forced their way through Toley's! Kidney Cure. ScW! by W. A. Hardware (. 0. v
Leaves Hick -n. .. ...... >-i., a. m. awoke at 7 o'clock. Breakfastwas take !Jr. Pierce s wonderful medicines" a weak spot in the cordon, near Dn: D'Alrmbrrte, 121 South Palafox street
M' Leavra liarriinca: .. .._ ":15 a. m.v offered them but both declined tijest. Sick \I women especially those suffering I I'yny-IJaUain itcreara 1:1&:1,1 '\1
Lra.'es frn-.ttcola .Iui5a.: m. from diseases of long standing/ are Arimas, killing one and wounding one wad makes a evumy Lid 4:.W .b L _
Arrives K\rraue"> 1I:1( A. m. fu.d then Cocke was visited by UP\
I invited to consult Dr. Pierce of the constabulary. The latter ca,1
mates a trip to Fort lclt"l Had turn returns by letter, I'll I Y'ouflower will have .
Cunningham who tried his utmost toI pride in '
+ to liarrancas.Ltavi : free. All correspondence is held as tured the papers and effects of the I (9r.} :* i gardens if ,y r
ift Hitrranca ''' 1:15 p.m. I Induce the doomed men to i-mbrac strictly private and sacredly confidential.Ad I leaders .vytj they an
Loaves fickens .. 1:25 and destroyed quantities of i I II own ground. Your n-ubai
p.m. '
religion; but all to no Iress Dr. R. \ Pierce Buffalo. X Y Thapisuou"is box '
j purpose.i en (
) Leave PrmacOla. ... p. Hi.F j supplies.General. I II every Iueg..ntne a home and ke: can do it
;[f leaves fickeni .. .. 5:15: p. m. i .\ 11 o'clock) the two men were The People's Common Sense Medical 'LaxativeBrorno=QuicneTibitts; though he t'liuk! w
Arrives hmrrancns .V.9> w. and iua;rs I Adviser hook S I i may t vr
p. a containing l i trip to MeKre and return. ) brought into the corridors of the ja'l. is Send pages T. J. Wint has been assigned the rcuiody that cares a fold In one WY.very'01l13n wanta .-i
given 21 one-cent I
On \-drie-day-- and :-,:unrd:1the: where the last farewells WIT said.: ( a\\ay.of mailing only for the stamps bookin : to command the second brigade ir I i own and if she will !l.uv.. a : .. u

1 l l boat wil leave Barrancas via Pickem Th. y w" re then taken to the sea:fold expense paper cover, or 31 stamps\ for the : North Luzon. General J. M. Lee go-v j MUU1I-K1Y.: I Thus. C. Watson & Co..

it for Penacola! at (5:3u p. m. an.! in lull view of thousands of pi-opie volume bound in cloth. Address Dr. I to Batangas when General Franklin: .1 I The undersigned; take-thi- method leadin? Real Estate Ark : ,-

t': The General French i is for army both w< rc ban ed. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, X. Y. M. Allis is relieved. >f ifferinu' her ?ervitpas a I can show her how ea-y it ,-

( : l9' have urpues a pas; only from and the any quarterma-ter outsider mut I.d tenia'f''. remained film and quip I: I II :!log Ir? had,. Been 35 =ypirexperience.ed midwife, hav-. ; me. ,

} lt: \ ,tm o take o 1 her. rV.JUjjhout. hut Cocke raved like a Miioolh Folded Garments.The .
I Vacation Days. 'Vall.l;give best of r"fer. uies fromleading i Buy a new garden S
mat r>>?n. cursing everything and !lIu'lpj.'I".r who lacks for bans; pl'vici.'in- of the,

;1 p\ rybo
; STEAMER LINE SCHEDULEr when thblack cap was adjusted h<- I the ert'I""S acquired: by folding. This : dren are faiily living out of do Ir> jltf 114 :South Di'Villw Kt Company.DR.

] uttrrpj a fearful oath at the Sheri!: : trouble may l-c tii-itly obviated! if I There couUl be no healthier plat' for .

Pell I'l-PKacolH anti Jlilmn-ItnatKniiH and his 'l"putif There was no gem- !j I iie\vfi>:iirs arc laid on the! garment them. You need only to !guard azainH

r Daily tccpt Mi nil ay."CITY !bianc"' ct trouble.Buried and folded with it before putting away. I the accidents incidental to nwt-t open- MOFFETT'S

:w I'.ipt-is laid between the folds! have the
; ,- I
OF TAMPA. air sports. Xo remedy equals DeWitt'sWitch
4 Alive In Pit. I> saute: i-fl'tft. It i U al)>o said that I beeswax -
( i iLT i Clay
hazel! Salve for quickly stopping -
1. Milton ..c.i' am LvI'''n-ae'otaIlpn'< '' Wauchula. Fla.. July :_!:'!.-M. J. RaulI !- broken in small' !pieces and )put !between -
ArPrn-aoola.)<:'!)'am Ar Milton ... .",."'tin1'ara.ituc the fold of white silks and pain or removing danger of serious i.
ff I erson was buried alive in clay ;
a pit
: Hound trIp.U:"). consequences. For outs scalds
woolens which to !be laid for
are '
,_.._ here. He was working; In the clay away and used Dewitt's Witch '
--- "
-- -- '- I 111. K-nslh of time will ( TEETHING
pit, and sat down against the bank t3 i : overcome a unJncy Hazel Salve for sores, cuts and POWDERS])
tp ... .. i I toward 'eJowm'.s.I .
l \\ h) "Ir.1111. In Iglu h. < .
e. rest. Without warning the bankcared bruises. says L. B. Johnson, Swift, I'tACK "kknt Ark .-. :. I '
f1 \Vht-n oti.- .tau.l.l l-i'nre a hilt fire, in, completely covering him'! Tex. "It is the best remedy on the l"OI'.k ReT.J.' ,W.:..Bfrrrl.of..n.TI1I'We..Lderb..4Iha.erar..d.'f Artaniu :Slethodift Corfcrenre.ipntp '[.11' In r. d d JTi' ,'jl'H f' f Wt I

the face l.womes rt-"l, as' we all know. I with SOl or l.tWO pounds of dirt. Work. 'i Fuueets.Faucets market." Sine cure for piles and .ks.riIitcamealamwtolanur: horb../ a ulna/' a ''I aalobentii.apm
This result is the HlYtt of the action should not "drip" after be- skin diseases. Beware of counter- |""ni..I.&IIun1.t"nf..dti."dMlllnor tl.ta.Rare'IanyR< I' lt.'u. ,f .
nun soon: du? him cut and while fc- "rlel'l rrh,1 and he he baJ no hrtb.r lruuble. utbrr me,.:' of radiated heat un the nerves controlling in:? clo.-ed. If they do, it ind'cates!' felts Ilargis' Pharmacy, John Sheppard Lcen a perfect 6a'.Le4.BOYS a
was slightly! bruised, he will be all
the -mall MiitMlfs,.i-ls nf the that they require new packing, which I and Sydney Kahn.
right; in a few days should +Co 'oU""I.btOIl1R!", a ,,,itlmonr9durfngspar < "
) tkin. Those tiny Yesseh are normally ; supplied by a plumber. and GIRLS!t IIIUIII.tlt'
i t.. I Know One
I la a staf of m-nlorate (-(}II ratilln. I There is nothing; objectionable about I Mire ttrmedyreran &0. you can ra .
"Red Bird" Harris Dead. i ij the obetuiiile cull! Ju imue. "" y-Iial>m ing our *{Blueine." I" pr ,rat, comnilo'lon on all 'al>.- An indi' ,'cia b le Hrui .
d s tender t-xl'"urr to hat they relax andlimme I drippin except the annoyance. I bnusf linlil u.. }.Mort' Ihdy I Ik .!I'IIj.ltHI1IIbt'n Uiv ..e II. t'lin tliert Iliakl111'- .
I 1 di>-nili-d with t.hN Nl. Tho I I j Muskogee! I. T., July 22.-R. B. Harj The waste pipes should be suppliedwith If you want a nice present: to give Blue n.trryou "-v-r Ui-rd in !Bi "a' nifty ti das! before jour luni.i.v. ,. iak> i r
t. 1 r j ris. known throughout the *"III"IJU. rl.P.auda'd "II: ,.Dd b> return med) o.i e d.! /fij CBCtBgi" of "BluPin'
under! the territory !a the requisite plugs attached byeba to a friend, go and look through the
fame ciyvteriousfonncption ; .
prtoess I V\ bill you tinvt' bold (titin.. return asur... roan' n:L ii, tulani-e, lUr H- air CUll i I. ..
t '! of the: vasnmotor 1I'f"ys. :I "Red Bird" Hairis one of the most ins. elegant line of suitable articles at Ion lbunotd-lay.hutwrOt.ii DII.-.

: tem with mental impressions,'I''S j I prominent mpn of the Cherokee Xa -- I J. I. Stephens, you surely can find Adilrrsh. (JI.KVN M.t':. (> .\< 'II'KlXi 111 1"1" (' IK. HOI II. I'l.ila I'a

tion, is dead at his home Hot heft Sandwich something to please you. If you .
ordinary lilu" iu In | near her- ;
!; regard; to exlosure -
He was a lawyer tht'I' Every one likes hot ham sandwi<'lIell. j I: want anything in the Diamond line
practicing in '
tu direct heat tL > rc him before
t>e sure to see you buy. ROYAL ST ANUAUD'UISHEY\\
e the skin t.Nhl'r with the uncomfortably j Cnlted Stats courts and wag a broth Spread small thin slices of bread with |i i ; :

E .. wana vins! Tompauynig;; it, i tr ot Chief Harris of the Cherokee chopped ham that has been seasoned ,|I r ..

t R,1 way I... looked upon as one <>f the use4. Nation. J I with made mustard; : press sandwiches : IF YOU ARE 8 Years Old, in CasEs of 4 Full Quarts, at S3.20 per cast

S, 1 ful little "d.mer;: signals" with whichwe tozuther. put one beaten egg into half ,
are Mirroundt-d. Will Speak at Montgomery.I cupful of milk and dip each sandwich i LOOKING FOR BARGAINS I --

I\'r"uns who from any cau e have: I I :Montgomery. Ala., July :22.::: -.\11'nounN'mE'nt into this; fry the sandwiches in hot ;> f I 'TIHISVHISKKVi: ::\ ) i di-tilled at the el..1)J11

r 6I lest their Misrt-iiiiliiilty.! a* is tll@I'a"e'I is made that former Gov butter drain on paper and serve hot. j I i. i i-. fully maturf-d III\\. .

l i In | ernor Joseph I':. Johnston will I I before bottling.; it H absolutely pure and n i-
;fit forms of open
some paralysis may expose I will sell of the!
I i his For the next ten days celled in quality by anyVhikey saw:
( aaipaun for the A few drops of oil of lavender
nomination foi '
IJ a to beat until serious in- poured no matter where "produced. The Royal :St..

'? Jury rp<;ults. The reason that the face i I' sovcinor with a speech in this city into a :glass! of wry hot water will I j I you any article now in stock at u 1; eight! years old when b->ttl'd, and, conics :

? chiofly tlu-hes is that in the ordinaryjxisitlon ; on Thursday night July 24 Both, purify the air of a room almost in- I discount of 2.1: per cent from the regular ; excellent quality: i H the chpapl'.t'I!' -;"

,1 II near n fire it 5in<>t directlyto si 1s are claiming Montgomery countyand btantly from cooking odors and is e!pe- I price. Think of it-you willsave the market at that price.. As a beverage >.

is eipostil the rays of heat, while I promise to fiht for it. daily refreshing! in a sickroom. : diamond an absolutely pure -timulant, there i i-> uonb, .
ring or pin
: $ > on a .
mark what.! ; r"
KhJppd in ca-e-< containing no
at most of the 1-ody i is shielded by cloth-
.j k I 1 Foley's Kidney Cure purifies the i \i where at regular price it would costiurl. indicate contents. If purcha-er. upon exut: !
Ins; that the nerves r.f the face are TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. '
particularly sonMthc in this respect I blood by straining out Impurities and $: Fee ; '1)11ve;: 2-1: cent on the whiskey i i" not satisfied with the gnt1': : '
? j i tones the whole l i worth Now can return the same at our expense and ; :
J up !system. Cures i dollar' buy.
ta you ,
end that the skin there is mere abundantly i Mr I ?. Jane I1ns Gae! cousin of tha 1 every t will be refunded.

fllrl-III..1 with blood voxels.HnK : late I'r sid-nt Mi Kinley. dead kidney and bladder troubles.! Sold;: by 'I h the time to buy your diamond: or All orders should be accompanied by ?
if at t 1Y .\. D'Akmberte. 121 ;South: Pala.foe !
; I, I' I[ h,-r home In H'.nghampton: X. V. strptt.r 'I'I watch or any other article in !stock aiGHTYEARS OLD currency. poton" money order bank drafii! -
; *' at "l thr linrtx-r. ....
k / ; here she had lived Iii years. i very cheap Call and examine pre s money order.Ve refer to Fist Nut :
'WI1f'u'ktllr Hiiro IIM-I ii Paris in I Pen acola.
tank merchant In
!I Francis moctl l! : First New Bale. Old5. Remember, this offer is for LARDRBI or any
I the I'laof lloyale.: he u>ed t"I.I,' shavedliy W. J. Hurst one of the r Georgia's
mi I i | A1bal '. Ga.. :22.:! Of only ten days. No trouble to how
a harlx-r '* ined r.raT.! .\ friend j prominent members of the New York July orsia's first!

t, of the p et a-ike-1: the barlK-r uw day Yacht flub, and formerly manager o! bale of new crop was received! in .\1.! good J. I. {STEPHENS;, S. A. FRIEDMAN,

r S if ho w.Ti l I.u<>. "I Iwrdly 1.I1'Jwhkb the National line of steamships is i iI : Lany yesterday afternoon It wa 11:2South: Palafox-treet. .

: >If G way: t<> turn.. was the reply.Vo have !I! dead at the home of his daughter Mrs. !j I bro-ieht: in at B; o'clfx-k by Deal I. I 1 J I I '! STILE PROPRIETOR. PESSAroLA. FLA.

e to dress the !hair of thirty ladies fur I|I J. Borden Harriman at Mount Kis- JacVson. a prosperous nero farmer i j i The finest line of umbrella in the

soirees and lulls." Ami X. Y. living in the western of the I I Ii Oo look
to M. Unifierkhtnud co. part con'ity. city i is at J. I. rftepheus'' i- o. BOX 41St. TIU.KI'IIONC; ; ; 1'9:
i J the IGt to his friend. .\ few i The bale was carried to Muse & 1']I at them. li l SKI {
It is stated in Wall street that General I
days after the friend returned and Inquired 1 Co 's warehouse and was !soon stir : Npap NwuY.N.R ed.AfittfMA
1 r 4 the j F. V. Greene resigned the presi '! trI handle every class of Liquor -..lot i-
thirty la.lies. ,\h. ; rounded by local cotton men. The best
wish the
monsieur" said the j denoy of the Asphalt Company o! i If you very bulk or bntle. wholesale or retail at pricej
liarlnr "I half 3'ift t
sadly weighed pounds ar.1." |
j America 1''Hal't'rks ao and that ice at the are down.
$ 1. 1 \ cream freezer very way
i was fist able: t'l attend half the tium- elasec4 at fully mi'1lling. It was sold ;

S? t t tier nid I have !u-t many ;pnul l'U"- his resignation: was accepted. According to Parker & Co. at 11 cer.ts. 1 lowest price, the Willis + AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
to The Herald. John M. Mack wSi'be
tomors tlirou::"ti M. Victor 1I1i;':,)." Itnpp.'ars : Hardware Co. can please )
j president: of the reorganized! con
that the
p-x-t when alMiut to Killed by Falling Scaffold.

S ; F lie shaved was suddenly inspired andfeized pany YaldoFta. Oa.. July 22.-I. C. Blair! i yon.t WICKESCO.

!t I ik the first pi.'co of paper I.e could I J E JEWELRY JOTTINGS.i a carpenter of this city, was killed by t We will launder your spreads fox

find to writa I P.H-IU. Hiivo hastily: 15 cents each and make them look
h i a falling scaffold. Mr. B'.iiir: was at
} left the shop with his uiititiiMifd i ver"'e*. : !>"'eros"." cr 1'1lk"l'kln. is one of i iI work on a hniMjne; standing on a seal like ijw. BUr Laundry. Plumber Gas and Steam fitter
Q. on the I back of which
; ware the names .I the nttmctive simple! finishes on watchi i j fold 1 about 12 feet high; when it fell! ,
aft( Mp's-es .if the ...
thirty ladle t. 1 throwing him to the ground. Iii Water coolers that do not

?t k many of. whom waititl !In rain for thelnilflour. ChriOol'r, turquoise and tourmaline -| hack and n"ck were broken and he 1'waste ice, ltt the HillisItrdlcare No. & South Palafox Street

t is ,-- -- matrices arc among the newer lived only! a short tim. He leaves a ] Co.'s. All K'n
I e ba Riiy nl.-..> and n fin I Moms in jVwelry.! wife and five children! ealt.itvyliw1 ept +4"'s J" Pra

I. Billy!!! 1.: e. Li-uro nlinstr.'. nsod t( j i Crowns set-lttrs, orbs and other ap- 1
tfll the 't'>.,v of a mano! pirkt'd.111: .' pana:es of royalty Mnj to lie .lindin] ; A Cure For Summer Complaint tiVELILY TWT

j #-, a |>Iii a" lie wa" Urn: 'lug the otiii-e of apviit favor in jewelry dcsi:::tiro:. FOR STEAM DIVISION A. Alai v.ery
Summer complasr.t IS tinus'ially preY .
4 UKT'-luiiit. after an unsutcrFSfuli.U 1! Clusters of .
peas roses or otht'rI al [>. \COIA EI.KCTKIUThKMIHA;
nt children this
for w ork. among season.
flowers tied with a ribbon make a KAILWAY C() Jl'\'Y. SITC :,.HK TO AVERY 1 II' I ,
Tl-o morcluint. !'('t'III? the man's: action Preachy little! brooch design; well developed case in the wrier's'family

'' r r< from the window, callfd him back i Lockets are nmungtheIopularthings was cured Ian week by the Trains leave feneacola for tbe UU. IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

I end ;gave him employment: which kindWl' : ))ayoo, Hli( i;\you, Warrlogton>n7 Jlr'
of the timely use of Chamberlain's Colic
} I present, and especially"' PO are and Fort KarrQC at
yt iii-ss he repaid by Ix-cotuin: owner of those of Cholera and Diarrhoea: Remedyoneof
rose gold with:
; diamond sparks arrive atFort Karraneai 7i5a.a HARDWARE.
(t-:*> II.m.
9 the entire business in an incredibly the best patent medicines manufactured -
or ooints.-Jowel 'rs' Circular! ; Weeklv. lo-uu a.m.arrive at Port burrancai IOM a.tQ
tort t JIII'. and which is always kept Isalpm.arr1VeatFortBarranoas l: Spc
ni1.1'1:! end his' hand at the home of scribe. Thisis l-M p. m. arrive at tort Harrancai 4:15 p ne35p.m.arrlveatPortBarraneas
to by ye
story ar- The Best Liniment ,
For Strains. TuOpB Iron, Nail. Axe Short SawM.llv-.d< ; : *! =.iir.b.atSupplies
t ti Inc that ho trftil that scheme once not intended as a free puff for the m.. arrive at Kort Barrancai B:4ip.D
{ Mr. F. II. s-uup and Stiv.Paint. Oil
|I Wells the merchant atDc'r who Barraucai for Penu Couhi< : ;
do not advertise withus Fort
company Trains ease
tl ; when II.11" !101)1.111:; for work.droppii's: Park Island Window Gla-. GanfitoU ant 10'1- Tackle.
Long X. Y.
k 1. says: but to benefit little sufferers whomay cola at tea
aNij a pin carefully on the floi>r as he filtered. "I always recommend Chamberlain's: not be within easy access of a 7:15 a.m. arrive at 5ai a. B Agate and Tinware aim lloiiseriiriiisliin :; (:ooit II.stated his ,
s wailtS ttf the Pain Balm the
projirletvr. i as best liniment for> physician. Xo family should be without j"p m. arrIve at l'elaacolaI1 >>.Z1
who strains. I used it arrive at ensaeola___ 2sS 1<.k
not oily no employ last winter for a :tale p. m.
a bottle of this medicine in the BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANVW
Nro 5-00 m arrive at P@n acola. .._ 8S p B FOR
rui'iit to offer liim. hut re :arke.l to his severe lameness in the side, resulting thouse p
I especially in summer time.- ion( p. m. arrive a; Pensacola.- p Revere Want stitched lit'ltinl.nhamptol1 KniryWheel
Ii,.. the from a strain and was greatly p.m.aftIVpatpellfACola_ Su: JB r
Jiartuor a ? pieke.1 up pin; Lansing! Iowa Journal. For sale byaU 'tl46
& Rand Powder
(:1)., Liftin Co., Johnson's K u-
: with the satnrdijionly
"'.1y. if that f,'Lbw's! small pleased quick relief and cureit
so ato druggists and medicine dealers and Buck
ImittIron King Stoves; and Ranges Wi .
; :
effected. F steal n pin off the floor how much do Raw Hide Lace I.fllttHfa
and medii'me d i. al,TS enraoola to Fort Harraoca and retort ... CoupLo.'s -ury.
you think he'd 1"1hi my till' r-en-acol to N TT lard and rstarc_ K> Made Railroad Color'
O. .BTOnZA. PeniacolatoPalmttoB+acb and retcro li
1 Bronchitis For Twenty Years. Foley's Honey ana Tar i.arr the ire ti -I:I'J Hate fms &I r.u SU! DAT ICHKDCDB. : Masonic rrplltliln| Pensacola, fla

.; Mrs. Minerva Smith! cf Danville. onlarraCASTOR 1:tcaatnre ,1 when permits tbe rcr.clcg e'open '

111., writes "I had bronchitis for ,f '/ .v::
Leave feaiaoota Lr Fort Btrraneii W. B. COffiPANY
y twenty years and never sot relief until a. m. 10.. m. f. WRIGHT
I used Foley's Honey and Tar n.. m. li m
,1 ;
cutler and scf.c' Ip.ra. Ip.m
t d which Is a sure cureSold! by W. A. IA I Ip.m l p.: 01. IS
D'Alenibertt 121 S< >:th Talafas! stre. t. sirs from the finest to the Ip.a p.m. W MANUFACTURERS ANlJ DEALEr<
For luiasts and Childreaffte s 11. m p m. .-
t 1 1t pyn7.Ralaant5top.tneTlckhue! cheapest, at the Willis h. iJl. tp.msc. : 1 LATHS
1, ) 4 R.L'QDa'kir enallCQamDWrOCLLt'J"V.W: Kiwi:! Ycu Have Always Bougti- Hardware Co. m fpmraza : ,

cJL B 'roxtt1.: t'eniioolaio! on Faa Hirr tn"y DCti !!favl .

i C frj SNn tie I"e ;i ii hue d sd11 !;.;r dd"r1> the .A ; 1 and and retoroPaiaoola ____ sa. 'U. = SAWED CYPRESS S !KG1E1..Klin.Dm S

&tZ:? S A N H E R to Palmetto Bcasli sad .-
( fl6eatcro? ; 1 rt4tu r Ot ( ,.... SALVE, r"tnrTSolrrtght<.___ ---- 160 : 1
of l 'he most heating aah,3 in IM-H voriit etTfd 1:18 p. m. -a.
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_I _- -!-,:.:. ,-.-.,.*-1.T 4."lght. 'I welcomed- In- -heaven"-- ---"I- -loosed- tip--into I NEW ALABAMA ENTERPRISE. :-i -

't. 'r*' are few ladles, the dnk'ault studded with stars, and : !
c'-.. ;> rt their drissr ;- fancy showed me one more picture, a i I S. Warrior River ,Coal and Transportation Pills I S !

i '!': ron! (;t the B'O'.cJOH face In which were blended the child Company.New Tntt's

i '.. r care for inak- the bride the mother. In it there was ,
S 22.-The officers
: x, ...1 n.-risting; neitheryouth nor age.f but a sexless S l! I I .Orleans. I

t'1 itl (rum a lettir spirit) of rare beauty," tUckering like an ( ii I'I'S' and stockholders of the Warrior River FOR TORPID LIVER. ,I I
I : : ;.. h uma, I;:. aurora.It Coal and Transportation company : I
A torpid liver deranges the whole t !
.1 the K-dy sit forth NJAN faded and I saw my bedroom j hue arrived here to complete details system and produces I I

..".rnllic:; that goes to lighted by the faint plow of a night for beginning the: business of transporting SICK1IEADACHE- '

: ..: .i costume: even to ttieeid :: lamp. The vibration of the stroke 1 I real by barge from the mines t.l .I I

.- and when they are Pure, Pale and Sparkling. BottledOnhystthebrewerybSt.Lotds. ; had last heard ended In the tones of / of Warrior River Ala., to this city Dyspepsia,CostIVeness,Rheumatism : 'I t ; t .

::1 they are all together;' i' I the tiny bell of my repeater under my I/ r II I I through the recently completed La-eBorgne : Sallow Skin and Piles. : I, ; : S ,

',>re the needlewoman'sui SOLD EVERYWHERE. J pillow. Reaching for the watch, I II There Is no better remedy for these ; '
l canal. have optionon
: ,. ', she brings home the touched a spring, and it struck the i I They an common diseases than DR. TUTTS !

,. igain put into the scale hour of 1. The Human the canal to buy it outright for LIVER PILLS as a trial will prove. S I 1 I'
Lottery"Ah I
will bj 'I' : ,
$:; which probably
rash Take No Substitute.
ds of every surt, and it is I had gone to bed and to sleep at a I : S ;.
: whole shall answer the few minutes after midnight In less If only were beautiful closed in a day or two. -- --A S : II t l t ; :

'. .;,.t:' & W @OO @ VEOriginaL thun un hour the musical strokes ofi! How happy life would be. I The big transporation company i ii .

I j my watch had :ptven me in four pic-1! Many a forlorn maid has said this as she I organized under the laws of the stateof The Beer .. 1.1; r

Retreat. i lure a vision: of an entire life. The ; looked into the mirror. It is the one possession Connecticut, with a capital i-l

1t. tile expense an ordinary [ I I first stroke at the quarter had broughtme t, in the lottery t f human life wliicbwojnan J3.0l' >0.M'0.' Messrs. W. J. and John That Made@I t ; i j.
the child hastening to enjoy the would not refuse I Kelly. of Alabama were the promotersof !
., U- made quite a delight-I.stoon i I stood ou a bridirf.! beneath me gently I'
'.. Irf-auties of the \\'orl4l Two strokes the, enterprise, and brought th:! 1 N
side! declivity
the of j jv
f upper part flowing water. on one a
with! yellow china silk: on the other a meadow wearingthat for the half had painted her entering I eastern capitalists here. whom they 5 !
: upon the duties of life at her marriage. have interested.Mrs. Nfl I !n rAM& U : i'I
..I"'S; to match. A thin brass fchade of i>ale grwn which belongsto I Regulator ji j : .: I
'..M the little half cur- three strokes for the third quarter bad J, D. Riegle. president of the
early tpring'cros the meadow .liuwn her starting a new generation i I fur}'oun;.{girls on the threaholl of woman- Warren I j
:.. si-altered: with yel-i iI i I I, Paper Manufacturing company
I hood is
of oaks invaluable. When become ji
above a clump was a spire. over the course she had trodden InS they ) -ItsVICTORIA-
is the of the transportation I
president I ; i
I the r\11''S before the I pale and languid, the dull, aching : .
abo\e the horizon eves
The sun vfis jut'iiing maturity. The fourth stroke for 1 :
n-ttw upholster" in i I i: heail, feet and hands coM, appetite gone I company; ex-Go\ernor Thomas N. ;
t. m-tunne. with cushI tintius; the fields, the hills and II o'clock( : was a funeral bell changing I I I or abnomal, obstructed lwriods and painful Waller, of Connecticut! the treasurerand i i SI

the w ater a soft yellow plow, while the j into a wi-li-ninc- a new existence. menses, and their sx'"tems generally attorney and Mr. Waller's son I i 11 :

crut-s 011 the s-t>ire shone like! burnished !I There is no such thing; as time. Beitween. 1 i run down, they need a tonic, building uji I'I'i R. K. Wailer the secretary. Mr MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. i Ii i

the strokes of midnight and 1 i I antI their blood cleaned.j .
.. M. nil'lls't're the wing hunting Oliver the head of tht
on Gihiersleeve. I
Mi'HJiT of MlinLillil. P: > liES '
i i o'clock had I dreamed for an hour or j Erailfiel Female Regulator: for wonea I I IO-CKXT: BOTTLE BEEn t ,
i.lthIr nut! the mold r a breakfast, now' and nxain sendkig i i lived' a lifetime? '! is particularly blc awl useful owing Gildersleeve Transportation companyof IN TOWN.DA.NNHEISSER. i '

*' ,' is t'.t' director of 1,11I'r forth a ;,.ft. rmisienl jiiping. The sky S to its tonic properties and as a regulate New York. is one of the stockhol I '
V. A. MITCIILL.Siiiilf !
!! nianilVst! inisMun l is was a hale azure. There was not i-\ou i of the menstrual flows.' }'ainfulobtnrct.I ers in the transportation company. BROS. t

:i.Jitt-n! mr: earth and : one tleecy duud floating over its great, lilt I h 'leiI. I eJ and suppressed menstruation is, perniacently AOENT3 FOR THE CELEBRATED j t

I n r anil more beautiful I An old phjsieian told the writer of a relieved ami a'.l! tlUcascsptculuuto Quick Lunch Prices Raised. t. S tI.

alwajs In.en the any domelike fuifacv.Sudduily i case he had with a delicate baby.. One litr genital organs are cured by it. New York. July :22.!: -At a mectlns I I. ?. HarDer f lisiw.Main I' .
from a clock in the church | Regulator clears the! complexion".bright't .
.. advancement In this: dai he called to did the little one with of quick lunch proprietors of this city I. :
h the House 401 8. Palafox
spire came a stroke, a 1 armonious t ens the eve s> initns appetite re- street. t
a heavy0:41.: "lliJ'ou give it a bath miicldy and Uotche.l conditions oi it bas been decided to raie:: the prl" : .
blending of chords that I had lies er ; I order I' moves beans and ham and bean* R. R. Exehan'e-Opp.! Union Depot. I t t <
the of boef and
jtsterday at temperature the skin and cures sick headache at once. P. O. Box 281. Pensacola Fla. .
ow small the income a hoard in earthly mu>ic. It seemed tome 11"n", he askid: the uiutiicr.: She hadjrieii Of ilruvjxibts at j i I.L') per battle. from 10 to 13: rents, the advance t., Phones 118-2foi. 1 t't''f'f j I'i'
aside! regular- !
..d be
put ft titling: signal from beaten that nLihl it the bath but of temperature "Petfect Health forVomen" canS take effect Aug. 1. It was also resolved (' I II "
home or for the t ;
a address. ------ ------- -
15 '; had been born a new soul launched -I a ml thermometers "Ll'US blissfully be bad free by sending us your to form a Quirk Lunch Protective I.
rl: i day ou earth.Vhule its entrancing uielody j ignorant. At lust: the doctor extracted THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA. CA. association to meet monthly an! I .I I I I'i.,' ,I'

was still filling my senses with a 1 the information that her test of teni- -. ------ ----- consider prices. j .. I '
III ;, t.raturl':1';. "if the bultr grew blue, I j
freshness that retailed the j>ulae of Vatican Appointments. I 1
,,; ISG CATARRH the bath was too cold; if it grew red, I '* 'I
childhood a little girl emerged from the Rome July ?2.-Besides an apostolic Still Pursuing Johnson. I. : ,
it was too hot" "If one cannot afford I II
\III\J.I'G oaks which: hid the spire and came delegate for the Philippine islands Swainshoro. Ga.. July 22.-The posseof '
J .::1, I'onCATARR a thermometer," said the physician 1 ; t. :
quickly along the road leading to the the Vatican is preparing to appoint an 5ft men who left here Saturday
in hare j'I
conclusion "you a sure
bridge. She held in her hand a few ; archbishop of ManHa who will probably night have not yet succeeded in capturing : i;
I in bare I
>> enough one a elbow The
be Bishop Sebastian! Gebhard Mess- Charley Johnson. the r.egra I' f;
wild flowers and stopped now and ,
I hand, inured to all degrees of heat
mer (a Swiss), professor of canon law who killed Deputy Sheriff Flandeslast I 't
again to gather more. Coming on to i and cold pvrhaps calloused with hard I
at the Catholic university In Washington ThursJay but the men are still IJ tl
Balm the bridge, site passed me tossing her work. Is no lit critic of anythln so delicately Ii'r.j .
'Jim since 1890: Three new Phillpplna curing the woods near Herndon. f t f fI
ringlets and turning upon me a pair of II important us the temperature dioceses will be created. GovernorTaft I : l I;
1 blue ejes full of interest and wonder."Is of a baby's bath. If the water Is of a No False Claims. 1. I ,I .'
in starting for Naples to visit '
.,)- it not a beautiful world\ V" she comfortable temperature to out's bare Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius expressed The proprietors of Fole "s' Honey : ;; .: I t1
elbow tht'laly\ \ will! grow neither red i
.-:' COLD'HEAD' said. "I am going to the hills. They 1 a desire that the bishop of and Tar do not advertise this as a _J I p 1, !
ror blue \but find real enjoyment in t ; i t
m-w-t tin, -" It-al IWajistl are so mellow. I shall line to play on his bath."-Good Housekeeping. j one of the new dioceses be a native of "sure .cure for consumption. Theydo I : i
litilt and ITi>uitji : not claim it will cure this dread ,
their s'ope-t. i 'I
the '
.. grassy I Philippines. Major Porter has I ,
tl HI'f la-t I
,I -t". a 1'1 ...':.:I.t01 byr :She did not stop. and as she receded "1 am using a box of Chamberlain's started for Paris to spend a few days complaint advanced cases, but doposituely I The Thermometer : -
assert that it will cure in : !
S m&l'> 1\:01'111-1--I the last word seemed to come from an I Stomach and Liver Tablets and find there before returning to Washington. the earlier stages and never fails to ,

,. ..-u -ti't.. Ni-w loik. infinite diitauie. them the best thing for my stomachI I I I I give comfort and relief- in the worst Is Low ., '

The scene ('l1auo;<'ll. VIvre there had I ever used," says T. W. Robinson, I without doubt the greatest throat and in the kitchen, always; when gas: !Is -
l'eci fields there \\'t're \H'IliUS. Treeshad S New York July 22.-Five masked ,
.x M SXSX* '"*''- -*'-** "-- -- ;' Justice of the Peace, Loomis Mich.

., PUBLICITY FOR been cut away. Other that! had These tablets not only correct lis-;j men blew open the safe in the office I llung remedy. Refuse substitutes.:: used for cooking. And you don't i Ji; .
1 i Sold by W. A. D'Altmberte 121 South : i? ,
I IHM.II mere sprouts were casting broad i orders of the stomach, but regulate |I of the Xew York and Stamford railroad I Palafox street. have to worry over the rise in the 1 ii ,

:: THE PEOPLE. "s-ludow The sun stood high in the I the liver and bowels. They are easy. i i at Port Chester, N. Y., about day price of coal. It is the fuel par excellence I 1' i I .<
heavens.Tie I to take and pleasant In eifect. Price S light and stole yesterday's receipts ot .I l .:
: cents per box. For sale by all I the office. in the warm weather. No .
I 125 about ?:2.000.! The robbers I
o..t.011 a Center clock in the I
".\enord spire' struck 2. and medicine dealers. # 1 ,: i
druggists I : c .
Gt\J *- ""I'd i. Read Tin-re was a tKfju-r, won: intense i I forced an entrance by breaking : heat, no ashen, no dirt, no dust-initead : ; ; :
-- Ii i the catch on the window. James MeI :
'1 H' I-r toR melody in the strokes than before I The Suvcemful Clilragoan. i I This signature Is on every box cf the genuine comfort, convenience, clean- ;:

"'- - .....,. :: ....."':' !.<.tli juious and solemn giving me an I "I tell\ jou." said the doctor, "it's the I Gin, a night watchman, beard the I Laxative i Drome-Quinine line?*, economy.. Gas stoves and ;. 'I'" ,.[
at work at the windo
)L.r I' 10 I I; J). in.pnmn nf /great happiness blended I man who can push himself along: that I men cam i i the remedy that cure* m cold to one day.Foley's l t ,
., with!! a H aof great r'l>ll usllli1ltics. t succeeds best Iu this orld." I upon them just as they were about tc I ranges of every size and style supplied i 11 t !

U t;\ T ,..uN"i !liouviiold tarnitur riii- f"Mi:.,ii had nut died u\\'uy.Jefore\ I Not at all." replied the professor. {attack the safe. He was quickly by the Pensacola Gas Coujpmy I :. I
M' I .,.. of : ;i Honey and Tar I ; ( I
<* 1 1.""MVI Ai.d All Witidi per-. thenHie from the hills a ineuryshottt. "It's the man who can shove othl'rslout overpowered bound and gagged and ;
i*I proprty fHrniMnct* tr at Lowest Price; S
". ...,-y
.'] xiutU ralHrux otrrxt. -. -- ,---- lllU\ lug l' ward me. Tins bride walked Chicago Tribune._ _ i blew open the office safe and escape} 1 I

tNPiTLPNlou: unprored ri-nl ..s. alone, io.lowed! \ her family and Rf'tIlIOf'd. with the money. Pensacola Gas Co. ;; II
\ S Won'tThis !Star i
I I..t. In lar.;" or -m..l1! amounts at low is Hi Awell' ;
friendKeaehing: tho bridge; she i Toe Home ,
f .nt..I.. Call on Lt-'iin i:. Brooks. notice appears on' a Flushing Happy "
"J' ail..... ."1', 1'cI. I'alaroi St.. Kinder crosMtl it with a nrui step, and when steamboat: "Passongi-rs: should obtainI Haunted by Crime He Suicides. ; No. 3 S. Palafox St., Penstcolj. fit t ti I I II
she turned her eyes to mo I aw in receipt\ for provisions\ taken on : St. Paul. July 22.-A helena Mont. !: furnished home. Marston I -

\ \ f/ > \-Pa) you on-d money? them traces of the look I had seen In I I board this \boat and are requested to specail dispatch says: 'The body ol i I

1 'u., ,. < fiw any amount you.. want the little girl and knew that she was I retain the same." W. C. Craft, who was wanted for th-3 S $ Quina can supply you i CHOICEST J1. .

J. a.-it all t>-flu.-mproved arid 10" city.t rates rral the same. She passed on, with her i Uisier .ud than done! It remind: I murder of a fellow sheep herder at i with all needed in the way --F- I ,. j

\\ n r.sU : ; Mouth Pala. retlnu. and was soon lost in the oaks I ; J
t4j us of the old Limerick: i! Lewiston has been found in the north of house furnishings at the

In-lf that hid the church. Then there was a 1 There was a \ounp: man of O.'terc" ern part of Fergus; county. An unsigned -I i
I \ \ -, t To KORKOW MO.NKYi hti .h, and the strains of a wedding Who said he'd hold out till the tnt!. !letter was found stating thai I, prices cash or credit. If FRUITS A ANOCONFECTIOMER! F :!

tu.1rsourpr' march burst forth. In another momenturionatcd hut when half way over he killed McClure that the crime haJj j
ftul". buy or Sfll rt-al es- From OstenJ to Dover .
\ tints were to be seen moIll \'-
ty ol an> description, have He dill what he ui ln't Intend. j haunted him to such an extent thai AT
.r your taxei attended to, ;; throul1JI'" nll1;;" ia the trees. S 16,000 fr'. I
,oj rhS.-.. C. Watkon .t Co. -London Globe. i he could not sleep and that death waai C. i
The married pair followed by their Awarded at TarLf APOSTLE'S
i insurance agents. Pnsa .i i preferable to capture and he blew of) ;; j i
k-4 moOvrate. ToTeryon friendhad left the church and were II
1II'11I1..nd money Th only way hU head with the weapon that haJ I
.mui we
..d a hou.... Kd-tt going The to clock their struck homo.3. III O SfEJTE R'S to recover Is tokwp yourlifultb : i been used to kill his: companion. 14 East GorenieDt St., I ,

the I ,
p' I I. IN\: 1.T\II.:: 'I'. This time there was a mellow\ sound I J CELEBRATED !irood .toruleh.In condition:; Formerly Cordova Restaurant HtaaJ( I j

........ I III the bowels > t i'
its tones sujrgesthe; of autumn. On rp| 1
It One
Mother car-load
of j
Always Keeps Handy.
lu aDd th" tli od Pineapples at 11.75 '
i<: a Bond afinVH- S the hills hung; purple rles. Orchards The to $2.00 dozen. i ii
cure. KitIcrs
,, .. ot with mother suffered a long time I per : SI.
::1 I uut )inont-v i "My iI
"1 IIIIt'r1. write u-. for were ruddy with fruits. Here andS : will do tin* WINE CORDIAL I j '
for you. U also I from distressing pains anti generalill ." I
I. .
S r. 'HIt'nt 'nJellor w nlo'd there Unshed a soarkt leaf. The sunS .' cures L Hichest recommendations for cure of Poorness '' -I
S i i. rnvi-mrnt A: ,Inxi'slmt-nt stood midway U.t ween the meridian /a health due primarily to indigestion ol Blood Stomich roubles\ and General De =GOLAY=o. S : r : i
".z, Ui-AJnn Pa. ITJywI : \ Indigestion Hli'y (nereides the appetite, strengthens }
; "
--- and the horizon. ; s, says I.V.. Spalding Verona the nerves and builds the entire

< nt ,-'AKI_:;.. I'p the road came two figures, a wo- : t,, I') Dyspepsia, Mo. "Two years ago I got her to try tt Tar up)>ri>unt system. Grist and Corn Meal Mills > i .; !
--- ---- Kodol. She better at and ,
i i man and a 3 t'lith. She was restimr her : Constipation grew once PARIS I

I\. \ 'I s\. HI t h.-avy>pitz bay;r .:drauzht. Kirk'nip. ; hand affectionately on his shoulder and now. at the age of seventy-six, eatsanthin I:. Fouitrra A Co.f !H. F. GONZALEZ A CO., Prop i, II .

.S-' .' Ztjlfhori ami it was plain that bo, was her son. Malaria i lever ? she wants remarking that .\ <-nl\\. I I S 1 I i,
she fears no bad effects as she has i MinuractcrcrtI i
i. .- '.- power hollrr The ,';1 I'll l'"11.(':;:' areuuuaulyiu1g: the I l8TTCR5andAgueI| her bottle of Kodol handy" Do not t I CHOICE BIKAL AM I't'HKOItOUND I !1 "
ant coiiipti-te: WOOl KIW wolds she was speaking to him, the '
S nhtJflu: ready for u..,. waste time doctoring sjmptoms. Go 'PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 1 STOCK FKKI). ,.
... sad look on her face: mingled with '!
.5 =" to. 11j1W'I. after cause. If your stomach is ----- Patronize Home Industry, for (hers U : ,
-i i pride and lit>it>. told me that she was ------ sound, your health will be good. KoJol I every reason you should bay your Meal aod ,
I. 1 :" mot aenlrable lot In W. C. ROWE M. D. Htock Ytttod from the -
.. sendips him out irto the world rests the stomach and I MamaUetnrer. I
I .. y terras by tbt FIsherS to [lay DR. K INC'SS strengthens 1 for by 10 doing you encourage horn* Indai t
\.uey. :!llf', Houtli falafoz his part in life. At the bridge she ( lIiEraettI the body by digesting your food. It Office: I.S.! Palatal.: I try. Yourmoneytslefllntbe community ; S S
IaIm is nature's own tonic. Har is' Pharmacy ;i and YOIl In torn are Indirectly b"nerH84. I :
him end he
went on. while she TRY NEW '
DISCOVERYFOR Hours from 1 to 9i: a. m. and I t;) 3 p. tn In fostering the borne manufacturer yea t t
'or 1i"*iiti stood looking after him. Turning she John Sheppard and Sydney and after 7 o'clock i oontribotetotbeeaoieof labor. You ow. 'f i
......... Kahn. i I It to tbeoommaolty In wbleb I
\ 'S-...,.!-!lv rnUDd rooms- -lit fi! 'Illt'r eye momentarily on me, then THAT COLD. IP Ii oiao CO. which oontributesoourupporl rOil .llTt knA .' ; ,. 'i ,. .t

!.It ht ft'.t. alit slowly ntraced her steps and was soon TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. -- S ;. -i I' "II
shut out of the oaks. I bad -- -- -- .t I
-- -- eight; by Cures Consumption.Coughs i t j

I' \\ HIlIt'I-\llIlt seen her for the third time. : ;, j.
naff for turn- to learn .bar-- A single stroke broke upon midnight, 1 Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, fGOTO* i : ; :

.. ant take po'itlons wait- : a wail a dirge: an essence of infinite PneuffioniaHay FeverPleu. i ,
1 ool< pr..nt..d.p"v satu'i > "-. SS
; 1':. t.> MS weekly when misery. I looked about me and Hoarseness
at..llu": niniltM free. Moler through; the darkness saw that it was risy, LaGrippe, :'i
\.-.. Orleans. La. :!ljrtf Sore F.
.= -. ,_ winter. The sax-am beneath me was Throat, Croup and E. BRAWNER'S.
\V A S1'E: I). j congealed.! The hills were white with Whooping Cough. i

-1t o.l- ; snow. As tie vibration! of the bell : .
\\ \ solicitor; will pay NO CURE. NO PAY. .
million to right one. Ad. came on they lost their uielancLoly,
i I. ntnl'''. milt swelling; slowly into strains of heavenly t 0- -For Seven Days we will Offer the Following Prices t tI ;

\\ A ..un : Men troin KscftmbiaM mu! le. As the first stroke had I :- I' !

1 '>Iee to prepare for posl'ment signalized: the birth of a child this : "
.. '
': & .n'le.pply to ; HAIR BALSAM I
,oj I nt.. Cedar I'.apifl-i. la. was a greeting to a soul that bad trodden CISIflNS Pro_ tod laiursnt bruunc the '1IaJr.. 20 doz Men's French Neck, drop. 2i,*)> Pair Men's New Orleans sewed You : S ,
a gt1J1Ot should S
21Jylmdatw.Ml jts.ejrthly; path afjwa .bfinl!' I I 3- Never Pull to Restore Gray stiched, undershirts for 25c ; drawers or Cable Hcrewed Shoes, for this gale, Ladies' at our line of
High and
Hur to its Youthful Color Cut
shoes !
to match.
\\ -. kioai ot empty beers Ou waip: d,Mm* htirCMicurrrcR's f.itng. f 1.20' ; solid leather. \Va !!
.... can save you If
.d II" money.
The Same Old &tor.J. 25 doz Men's Fancy Striped. Lace : .
and Plain Hilt Finished 175 Pairs Men's Hand Hewed Vicl 1.0UO I yards Lawn, fast colored H
A. Kelly relates an experience CNGLISNw Balbrigan worth S' to close i I'i
Kid ,c
Shoes 5c
i/ritv. 'D Undershirts at 45c each ; drawers to in four ditIerent shape at yard. h
-ww similar to that which has happened: ENNYROAL PILLS j match. toes regular: f 1, for this sale; 2.95 a BOO X-Bar Muslin, regular 7o 1. Ii
S 1MB KKOWN LKUHORNS S neighborhood in the I : I :
S in almost every \._ OPIgI. .d umly G..I.e. pair goods to close at .
T vlock and Eggs for ., 10 doz Men X-Bar yard.
and has been told and L L.dI. .u Undershirt, I ;
WIHI. H"r<1.-areCo'l. llntf United States 4 CHICHK-STKK', ESHU.U: it .
.-S re-told by thousands of others. liE I la RED, M &.;...1 a.a.IIe ..... worth 50c, for 40c; drawers to match. I hare bought; the full line of Le vy- to I.oooyards close t.nbleaeh6d Domestic! ( 'l

hAul (; ()()Ip4.1 says: "Last summer I had an attack .-..'1j 4 nik..t_M nbbra.. "..T..u..u"M_.tkcr.. sad ErfH lalta11 I 25 doz Men's Scrivea Patent, seam Pou Co. boys' shoes that I will close 1-OuO at 4lc i} : I Ill,,

\1 "v \H 'BEIRkK-Manafactnrer; S of"dysentery and purchased a bottle ol .1(iT ..._..po.. 5.,ot P.'nr.,_D..........T..ttalalo.....5 4.. side drawers, worth 6-5c, for this sale out at cost. fa't colored yards Best Check Gingham, JZ: f fI i

: a .1' s.ifl Cr: Goods, H its. Toilet Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and S k';' q .. N R.II.''...1........._. ,_ I 38c. regular! ic goodl, for tII ; s'
.'''. Uit.rtc..J'ti W, Oorernment ,. J. i..JltalL J..T____ ....u, 125 pair Boys'Easy Walkers, thlsszle5c. -

j. Diarrhoea Remedy, which I used according r all Dn, "... (k"''''._.Joe..aI('... I 23 doz Boys! Extra Size Pant, 12 to regular 10 pieces'White i : t !
with entirely S f .ISttS 11I11 par". !I.4Iaaa a,..... PUU.... rF ..' 17 worth f 60c goods, to close at 35c pair. and Red Table ,
==- i to directions and years, 1 a pair, for this sale Linen, ;
regular 40c
good*, to close .
I "" : i i50c. at t ,
r. IorI'unruIi. results. The trouble was R
satisfactory 75 pair Men's Low-Cat Patent A&yard. ho one over 5yards.

1 r ." i'. ''K-.TSEK." .8 furnishedS controlled much quicker than former" ; CUREYOURULFI i We carry a fall line of Boys' Wash Leather Shoes we have been tflling30 pieces Medicated i _I .i

... '. '1liIIttI oUDllclal designs i attacks when I used other remedies. va FM Bil9 for iinktnrUirnuuooi Pants. Call and see them. at 12.50' pair, to close at $1.75 pair. Diaper worth 21-lnch Cottoa

Moreno, IX: West Gregory" Mr. Keely is a well-known citizen oiHenderson. S E I S lays. di.cbarge..ta5amwst1os or alc r Uoaiot b5c, for big sale 60c If : I:

_. mlm S N. C. For sale by all mocoQi aembnDM.FwBleii. S .

1 Kl. .O \VK11H. druggists and medicine dealers.Foley's .. 141513c5tv'eteo.risTluis C..i.d.' rat or poboncm. and not Mtria This Sale will Positively: Not Run Longer Than Seven Days. j. ': 1I
- -
I .'i ;nd KlorklorJereil I.f"lltDI:' asid WLB.1. I .
S for eaitomrei. Kidney CureI rrnttaWwrappef, I ,
.':no..ta: Wen Gregory." JO, rCuc I 103
tedlm I makes kldotys and Hagjff df hi. lar PALAFOX STREET. 0* -



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... :_.',: i.t: ; --; __ ..... _io..ft' --"' "-.:$ '?./ 1.# >": .... i>>1:;) t. 41 4f.l1 )7 i't:: .: i\ ... _,:-l. .F" ..,...




F. C. BRENT Prest. W. K.HYER. Jr., Casbitr.

BUSINESS LEACUE The Non-Irritating Wm. H. KNOWLES,Vice-PresU J. S. REESE, Asst. Cashier. "Stron2est io t lie WIII'X 1


JULY MEETINGThe CatharticEasy The First National BankOF ,I

The 4:: .I.'nnual.'aIPnlp... .
a' the Poet Office at Peoeaeola, I to take, easy to operateHood's Knding if \ a,
VU..leeoDI1-elali starter I itettnt..rn.t la, I tiTHE
OI'I'lCEI'IU'I Building, :ill'i South! adjourned July meeting of the Pills

Fftltfoi' street np-ttairs. II' Young Men's Business League was I i ---- f (EQUITABLE ij l[ 4i

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. held yesterday evening, and a considerable UNFOUNDED i If You Want.. Bank

Terms: Invariably in Advance. I number of important mat. : 'Uff ASSURANCE[ SOCIETY ij [

OB Year by Mail._ ._. _15 WftlB ters were considered, among them SUICIDE.RUMOR We Will Lend You One !

Montht to _ Z 50 the following: I I Asset . ... .
Ou Carrier Payable Honda 10
I I Communications from an officer of ,! Reserve and other I.> ,I

itiesi .. . . .
TELEPHONE NO. 118. the American Car and Foundry Co., Gertie Miller, white, residing on i

t -' Rates Furnished Application i i asking for information in regard to South Baylen street tear Intenden- Let You fliekles and Dimes Grow Into Dollars.Did II'I'' Hurplufrotn which Di',

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I the establishment of a branch factory -: cia, was reported last night as: having dead are paid -s

in Pensacola; from ex-Senator taken laudanum with suicidal you ever know that money can be made to grow? It is a fact and Paid to Policy-holder InNew

utv not a theory and this letter will tell you all about it. ,1 rill! .... ...... ,.. .
ONe |i''I, M. C. Butler, relative to the projected intent. She had been sick for several
I The First National Bank, Savings Department, has inaugurated a sys- [usurance. In l li siI' sTout ,
er : establishment of a shipbuilding -. days, and the report was: given'
1 tern of savings: that is easy, comprehensive and practical, and to those who Insurance iufnto

i, plant at some! southern port; so much credence that Dr. Pierpont, i adopt it, may prove a blessing at some time. It will enable men, women Dec. 31, isll I. . .. f.

s? PBHBAOOLA, JULY 23. 1902 | from the Philadelphia Trades ;i the city physician, was notified and land children to save small change and large change, small bill and large Notwithstanding the xr' l'

1 League, concerning the establishment I went to the woman's home. I I bills, at a time when it can be best spared: and, before you know it. you cial strength of the botiHvgreater .

Esc A MI:i A county democrats: recognized II have accumulated a good sized bank account. i-ecunty w hll"'. I i--
; I When he reached holder .
of a steamship line ; from the there he found thereby enjoy fare .
the logic of the situation in The Little HO.Mi: JIONKY SAYIMt is a solid steel bank, which i j"I LOW and (ir.H.II -
'' and assistant of the woman in bed, but there r
'secretary secretary was no
the recent primary by giving Hon. I I I kept at home and i is always handy. It is so well protected that nothin* Let than given by ot''tKNOW'LES ,

8. K. the largest vote cast i the information as I evidence that any attempt at self-
Mallory j navy promising i short of a sledge hammer can destroy it. The slot through money;

I for any candidate on the. ticket.. I!! to the date of their proposed tour of ,[ destruction had been made, and, of i I is deposited is protected by a patented device, so that it is impossible to
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southern naval stations and yard; course, his services were not needed. I' jolt or pry mouey out when once placed therein. ,.
1i "TUB primaQtlection, above all i
t 4 else, demonstrates the need of a from the Shippers' National Freight The alleged rah act was reported ; By depositing OXK :MNGLK DOI.LAIi, or more if you choose (pnpul 1/:"",-.
4 i with The First National Bank, it loans you one of these little banks and
t minority party strong enough to j! Bureau concerning railroad supervision f to Officer Puhtell, who notified the >9 1'\. Palafos ht PF.N.S'FRANK : <
issues you a bark book with OXK HOLLAH UC :31 OKI: placed f) your
# hold democrat together," says the from the editor of the United : police station by telephone.
; credit. When the bank i Io" handed you it is securely locked and The Fir-
ar b A Cedar Key: Hustler. Quite true; but ;: ,! __
:States Trade Report, concerningthe I Ii National Bank keeps the key. You take it home and drop your coins or SECARTSJATH HL '. '
until the of the chi convention From Hot
i i to Cold.
I pressure
publication of Pen.acoh descriptive -, I bill into it as you can spare them ; bring your little bank and your book
1 1 rfirime was removed the ex- I 1 Dysentery i.* prevalent everywhere 1 1I I Deep water: -"a: t to. .
to Till I'IU:4T.1'1'1(1.11: where it i is unlocked the money .
rigs I Iirerrl.n ofuch .1 sentiment was and advertising; matter I iu day, fur lii'i p. .,; ;L -
I and due
summer i* to miasmaticpoisons
counted in and the amount whatever it b" .
your presence may placed t<} compartment f >r I IIII, w '
t f dritouuced- "trea-on- -- --to-the- party."I therein. : and begins abruptly with : your credit on the bank book. The bank is then locked up and handt-d'' tend! tut. \Ih..t. bi-1 :

lj, : Il THE Arcadia News ill-i..ts that a i; The resignation of Capt. :S. A. i I inflammation of the mucous lining: back to you. bath ""u f in the 11',

K F re-apportionment of the state: should Co-ulich as chairman and memberof of the large bowel. In America the I The little savings accumulated in this way soon grow into mighty dol. cent Cnr... ('..':,11..* ami!KKIN Z nr'', i.<-

1+ be made, and claims: for DeSoto the standing committee oa rail disease i* common, but properly lars, which draw interest at the rite of 4 per centum per annum. !null i if you

F 4 couuty the right to two representatives treated does not result as seriously as ; let it stay there, you will soon have III-M I >Kii: >s OP iMM.LAKx.
road and -team-hlp lines was ac ,
becau-e its registered vote: i; : in the tropic. Perry Davis' Painkiller i This has proven itself! one of the be-t systems for saving money ever 134 134 134 134 1 4

a i : cepted. is the best known remedy and and i is of i
larger> than that OJ l some comitieswhich I adopted, worthy your attention. I .' 'L' ._ .
A -pscial committee wa orderedto the mot tilicaciou/ the! treatment :
r1 e now have two. According: to -|ISecltrsco's -'
the C3iititutiou tile apportionment I prepare and report suitable resolutions of dysentery I. One Dollar Is All You Need to Start On. 134. 1 A

-- -- TeltpD ct
I must be made according; population the death of
r ; I Come in and get one of these little home binks before they are all ,,one.Or 134 ,.. I' 'T Pu n i I .. 14
and not according: to the regitratlou -- EXPRESS OFFICE J
t W.V.. Reiinter, an honorary member if you cannot call send a po-tal card, and one of our agents: will call 110 II'
4' of voters; hence DeSoto can .. .' .
of the League.A upon you with a bank.
claim but one repre-entative even i 134 134 134 134 1..1h

I f under a reapportioumeut. But it i* resolution concerning the collection I WAS ROBBED __ ____ __

to be hoped that the fact will not preservation and publication -
$ The First National Bank Doy..uwantalnagultb.I /?' 'III
cause that cuut.trepreQentative in i 1 of the stati-tics; of the port as a fur little money'' If -. ,
the to : The office of the Southern Express Stephenth Jeweler\ w.
next legi-lature oppose reap- -
.i cotton market was referred to the
j portioument. i I Company at Century was entered : Savings Department. you.
-- committee on rtati-tics and informa-
j I Monday night by thieves, who .elp-I I
ArcoKMM. to a Kansas City 010. \
Saves a Woman's Life.
paper "the largest cotton mill in theworld" tion.A ed themselves to clothing and small !! LITTLE BOY EVERYHOUSF ,-t
bill of J. W. Burrow for print- : To have given( would hate meant
'' be erected articles about the with up
i to near that 1 place, taking : I
t ing the quarantine report in pamphlet ,i I death for Mrs. Lois Cragg, of Dor
city Involving investment of ten them also several express packages: i LOST HIS WAYLittle
chester Mass. For she haJ \\'IFI :
millions, and to t'mpl"yI.IUJ' open !' -$9.50! -was ordered paid, I years
tt of little value. A small safe in the endured untold from
( alive-,. Just why its promoters jointly with tie Chamber of Commerce misery a severe
f' 1 I room which is said to have contained .: lung trouble and obstinate cough.
should undertake inch a project, in [ Needs a BottI
Earl Morrison, residing "Often she writes "I could
1 l a state ?o far removed from the area :, quite a sum of money, was not I
An amendiuent to the by-law, repealing Eat street, was found at 7 breathe and sometimes rouM not
Gregory of !
i>f production, when it would have )I tampered with, although it would
section of article 9, adopt1 1 i o'clock this morning at the corner of speak. AH doctors and remedies failed
I.2 been locate the
quite practicable to not have taken deal of ,
I a ;great; energy whether f"f t'i.I nur1/ It. |t. 'I'
in the heart of the ed as an amendment at the March ) and Intendenoia streets till I used Dr. King's New Discoveryfor
I I euterptUe cotton j Tarragona 'l'ithH, or lot Min,r- t I
to break it open. i Consumption and was completely .... ,
'ut I'.rut .
t region i i.* only explainable on the : meeting, w& taken up a* unfinished i ofticers. The little fellowwas nr III'\t' If .
t< :' ;. ; Deputies Vaughn and Brewton : by police cured" Sufferers from cough coMs, '..vryl>"ily I...".,w- t' v. \I. I.
; t1 iippo nion that railruadinterestedf business from the la-t meeting, and Hi '.'
j I crying pitifully and when asked throat and lung trouble need thisgrand hiirits 1 ur, ? i i iJf iO
u making freight bu.iue3, : for them- were notified and they expect to >.t t1"I' a( '
adopted.The what was the matter said that he remedy, for it never disap
- i "elves from the fields to the mill or I j capture the thief today, as convicting n I- j'Ut ''I,' byBuffalo' ,>
resignations from member-1 had been bent after some medicineand points Cure is guaranteed byV.. A.
from the mill to the of
ports export evidence certain
again-t a party! Ii |
O'A1cmb Prig
rte druggist
1 .ur both are behind it with liberal! I' ship of A. C. Blouut, Jr., A. )1.Coh 'l1 had got lo'-t. He was just old \ I II 1M
1 i is alleged to have been obtained. I land 100. Trial bottles [a\ f
,, contributions to its capital. and Pat MeHugh were accepted. I -- .---- ,, enough to till his name but was unable --
{ tlE-1.\THK Mit'KKAKY of .\ :\ New members were elected as follows -:' ALL WHO Uri: AIOMJJCEKS in to ay where he lived, except OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine

i couuty eloquently returns thanks! I I : Dr. H. H. Boulter, Patillo' eating nasal catarrh will get the i j jbetjreult that he wished to be shown where

,yr l for the Many kindly congratulation s'of Campbell, R. S. Cromer Ben Ed-: : from Ely's Liquid Cream Gregory street wa. today. Try t inn
II 1 oysters
r. i.! his brethren of the state pre* upon inuudson, Dr. W. F. Fordhain< L. Balm. Price. including; praying i( The boy was: taken in charge by NM A ,'u- i i.i.:
T' hi* ilittering victory in the primary tube, .;jct;;. Sold by Urugi-ts or > 1

!+ 4 and! in au-wer to an opponent Hartman Filo McAllister, A. M. mailed by Ely Bro;;., 6(5 Warren St., i Outer Campbell, who toon had him SANTA ROSA SURFBATHINC

I McMillan, W. M. Sore, A. Sarra'|:
little travel-
} t .who Dudlu"idiou., remark about ,, : New York. safe in his home. The

;4 II' A "tie*-paper port," pays; the following and J. O. Walker. 'I New Orleans, Sept. I, 1JIJ.!' ': ler will hardly play truant: again ESTABLISHMENT I
1 ju-t tribute to the Florida :\lesr1.: ELY linos:-I sold two wheu sent 011 nn errand.! Mfg Ctw6 -.
Men Mill UP B?j". bottle* of your Liquid Cream Balm i Fih chowder will I>P served every
.t *: "When it comes tu con*id. ----- ---
JI pre In the excitement of a lively exercise -I to a cll tom"r. Win. I.imberton,1115 : For Oter Sixty Years. Hundiiy evening. Private parties (ill Jf.lMt': .'. It AhI I !',
has been done for Florida
: eying Delachii: St., New Orleans; he hastied can arrange to have the -aine or

tt ,II'l' j. by her paperthe high; moral I like boat-racing or ball-playing, !I the two bottle, giving him been:01 R'4.used WILOW't for over sixty MOOTHISB years by STKCI1 millionsol baa other rHfrHslniiPiitrved at any Only 10 Cents a Bottle

tone of the pre.-, the excellency of they will strain their muscles and go wonderful and most satisfactory re- mother for their children while teething time during/ the week at r l '
suit .. child.
GEO. W. McDi-jK. with perfect SUCCl' It ootbl'l the terms. See manuift-r
very featureutd the tact that not home limping and sore. Then theyare i Pnarmacist. softens the gumsallays all paincures wind CHAS. H. BURTON.
tK I $r one of them ii receiving the patronage colic and Is the best remedy for luarrboea. .'Ill kinds of chairs ." 1
It will relieve the poor little bUfferer
4 w in return which they ile-erve, glad: they have Perry Davi CONCERT AND DANCE ATI I Bold by UruggUti( In every pan rocking chairs at Jr. ;
I Painkiller on hand to soothe the of the world. Twenty-live cents a bottle.He FAMILY SEASON TICKETSAT
the man who rate his voice again-t I MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY sure you ask for":01 rs.Wlnllow'llootb-! t5' Quina's. Prices arc r <

y t the Florida pre-4-inking a blow' quivering nerve; to penetrate the NIGHT. TR AINS AT b. b::.50 AND ng syrup: ,"and take no other kind. SICARTS BATH HOUSE I low
muscle: with warmth and healing
c'' his state, and acting the of I 1
at part: an 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT ----
Y It has relieved the pain of ; GRAND PICNIC -
( absolute ingrate. The Florida press : I1idt. TICKETS: '.'5 CENTS. AT
two generation.: of Americans.Large UNDER THE AUSPICESOF :: Frank igari will issue lot family iO T1)tOE'S
4 bas uever ben appreciated as it DEPOT. I
I bottles :25 and 50' cents. THE CONCORDIA CLUB, AT season tickets for baths at lilt "1'11'11'did
--- -- I
y should be. In every wiy it i* fir BOOKSTORE
MAGNOLIA BLl1FFTHUftdDAY.J1'LY bath: house, for a family of one I

,i. ahead of the preof any state m the I PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL L'4. TICKETS 2.J; CENTS; to three at U. /J for the H."MMI and ,
t Union, according to population and OBJECT LESSON
I CHILDREN, ]10 CENTr. TRAIN for a family of from three up for two
Ii: improving every day despite theI I I I
WILL LEAVE UNION DEPOT dollars These -feiiion tickets will I SSQt:
i oor support it receiveThere are Third Annual Sew.ion Bl'linlt 1 r
{ FOR LOITERERSCecil Sri"'Plllhtr AT 3 P. M. AND S P. M. SHARP. entitle the family to bathe: whenever ,
too many mm in this state who l.::. i! o:.. arol Ends; i
PROF. CHAFFERS' COMPLETE they wish throughout the .eaon.2s,11:1 Hammocks
icoru and -coll 'it their home paper Juno IU, 1141J.! :
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The the 1 "> Make Y MI l ...f;
if are to
I paper nece-ary
I I1't'lI'I"
i; I r Sterling: a white woman of
t 4 in these days of advancement I FINESTATiONERY.
; = The aim of thi "chf>ol i i.. to pn>- ': AND SPORT FOR EVERYBODY Novels.
low walined $jO by Mayor
the The repute
aii i* lut'
vide thoronzh HIGH :'CHOOLand
; : L-j-td
t paper. are doing their put in the ., Jone* thi.: morning for loitering on : COLLEGE PREPARATORY intructillI ', I I I I I U..tItH.t "' :! .' 1I

C. V. No. II ;1""UIt!>
1 tight for progrs and good: ;government : ; Theschooltofespecial' Thompson
the public street
interest to three cla-e..: FRESH LIMES Kodaks.
anwll..n they snake atate- Palafox street has just opened
It wa shown that the woman, af I. Tho-e who having complete'
went they are herded by the few. ifuot the i grades of the public pChool wish :, AT H. ALFMAN'SlU"iU new supply of Liiifti and Bond i I I'o-kH.-ur'. t !' .
terinking I
the The ;s of Florida : a young mm a their studies further
? a by miny. pre to pursue without j '
Papers, white, blue and tray,
# : ha. never contemplated a tru-t, vase, had hired a hack and gone to having home. i Baseball Goods.

I its inter- 2. Tho-e who wi-h with the aid': J) lime* to be closed: out at M Envelopes to match Oxford sizes;
s I and has not even protected 1 his home. One year !ago she did thesiine i Bit. Ma.kv dl'.va
of the careful individual attention
j it-honld.." ;! cent- gross; no less than half gross also Foreign Mail Tablets with Envelopes I
4 sets thing and wa- fined $.5 for it. that can be given in smaller cla-e- will be sold to each customer at that I

It i-aid she will be required to leave and a longer *e->-ion, to advance rate. Come quick and avoid the to match. Ink, Pencil: Fishing Tackle.
Don't Fail to Try This. I more rapidly than is poible for j, h. Retail 10 cents a dozen, .
I ru* price Penholder, Blankbooks, Filtetc., LineH'.*. I'.le -
r Wbeue\er an honest trial is given town at her earliest convenience. them in public chool- : at H. Alfman's fruit store,:815' South

3. Those who are fitting themselves Palafox street next to the Postal! etc., always on hand. _.
to Elt-trie Hitters for any trouble it I for THE ..tii'iM'iJ. .f
college.In "
Treat Your Kidneys For Rheumatism. Telegraph office. Sijy-lw: e ..
1 4' III recommended for :a permanent cure I addition to the usual instruction -- --- Phone 2.14.: .1.

mill surely be effected. It never fails When you are suffering from rheumatism : in Enlih, Mathematics, History :

the kid- the kidneys must be attendedto i Geography. Vuin.tote.,iD?truc- : Marston s Quina carry
the regulate
to tone sumach
and bowels stimulate the liver at cnce so that they will eliminatethe !, tiou is offered, without sum" tuiiion the largest line of matting !! M. FOLKMAN
nejg in Greek, French, German and 1 S\-auish. !I 411 ,
uric aciJ from the blood. Foley'sKidney' 1
I Invigorate I the nerves and purify the The school is conducted at thecorner window shades etc. t1 1/

blood It'!,! a wonderful tonic for rundown 'Cure is the most effective I of West Gad-den and Spring ;: rugs, 1'1 I DEALtK\

remedy for this purpose. R. T. Hop 1 street:, in a building which is to :, in the city. We lay our v .

systems. Electric Bitters positively klns, of Polar Wis. : "After un- be arranged to adapt it especially to I .UIt I" II
euros kidney and liver troubles the needs of the school. ; matting free. I POT PS" f.e. I.
successfully doctoring three years for .
,, stomach disorders, nervousness sleep- The number of pupils in attendance i 1 I a n II t
rheumatism with the best doctors, I ,, is limited. Hence those desire -- ttel'LJt.-
lefcnees, rheumatism neuralgia, and CONCERT AND DANCE AT I
admittance should
ing communicate
tried Foley's Kidney Cure and it
I i pipets malaria. Satisfaction guaranteed :as early as possible with the Princi MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY I \ Feather :Scjoll l&c per r U
cured me. I cannot spEak too highly "
; by W..1, D'Alemberte, druggist. j ', pal.For i NIGHT. TRAINS AT 8, ;:30 AND .
lof this great medicine." Sold by W. further information, terms and I. > Dining Roolll 'rap..try fI i) ; r
5 Only 50 cents. .' .9. LAST: TRAIN RETURN AT
%g -- A. D'Alembette, 121 Scuth Palafox catalogue! addresH. 1 --- --- -
.1150. TIC'-CETS fi CEN TS, AT
I'4I MEAT & MALT baa ntirvelousa street. : ,
While PrincIpal. orPER'IVALH.WHALLY DEPOT. .< Contractor, for Decorating _*
dietetic value. refrehingand I

t i pleasant to take: it helps assiiniJation I CONCERT AND DANCE AT : .\;; htdut.JR., This weather makes the F Call Up I'hone :ua nr Drop a P..tal l "' :
{' of food. Sold byDANNHEISgER --- -- You
I grass grow. can buy
r BROS. TRAINS: AT S, S:30 AND C ELSTQXtIA.1ari I All Work C 0. D. and GuaracGarner :

-- -- :09. LAT TRAIN RETURNS AT th. lie k'd, Y7 Ii A mart I>,It.. keen cutting Lawn Mowers '' iI .

r : Garden. e a the Willist 11:50. TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT 2'eu.. iI.f-fft. and Grass Shears from the n&"I..n and Guu'rnrnpnr tltr!'

Hardware Co's. I DEPOT. I Er I I\ Willis Hardware Co's. I I One Block Vt'ett of HcttcCc Kit:,' '.A t

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President; F. C. HORTON. Cashier;
*.J c<,O'r.EAL.,Vice.Presldent; s M. E. CLARK Ass't Cuhler.S. THE : 'I
> < Condensed Statement off the



(From Report to Comptroller.) day; light I;


< tble ... .. ...... ..... ...... .. .. $351,698.79 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... .... .. .... $200.000.00 Minimum I
,' L'an*. .. .. ...... .". ."""... 29,! 6667 Surplus! Fund.... ...... .... .... .... .. .. .... 10,000.00 I
"".7,6l2.J : : I ; I

.- im* etc.. .. ...... .. ... .... 2,625.00 Circulation. ..... ...... .. ....a. .... .. .. .... 75.00000
": : '. And Fixtures... ...... .... ..... 6718.48 Deposit ...... ...... ...... ...... ..... ...... 344,973.67 Atlanta <<
*, ', .. > ... .. .... ... .... ... .... .... .. 499.12 :; 't
Exchange. .... ...... .. .. .. ..... 1&3.451.27 Chicago. )
i.e' ___ Ualveston :
f6 7,0b6.29 J657,<*6.29 Huron
& i I
r ink opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give Kansas : :
: courteous and careful attention. Key West
-0} prompt, Memphis :

Sew (

-- such a favorable impression that he 8t.: Louis :!

S. H. FAIRCHILD, was elected secretary. SAILINC LIST OF I

urUOLBTER.ER. Bam M. Frenkel has returned from

38 EAST ROMANA STREET. Nashville, Tenn., where he went to GULF TRANSIT GO I
I( attend the banquet in honor of the Ij
I/'f "J Refinishing furniture a j i
j announcement of his engagement to
Special The Gulf Transit for July
Company announced I
; Miss Lily Gross of that city I
Phono t1Ut3. names: of steamers and sailing i
An advertisement of the First National Br IS ; t i

Bank of a new plan for saving : dates of .same this morning., I camp

R. K. WHITE, money appears in this issue. If you which are under regular and temporary I, Am Hr : I ;1
Manufacturing Jewefer I will read it carefully and follow up charter. I I ;
i I',
i the suggestion therein you will Three of the steamships will go to I
i.railnate Optician, speedily have reason to congratulate Am soli : I
I Liverpool, two to Genoa: and one alofor :
yourself ou the results; obtained. ireib
M, Pn i i Ex-Secretary of the Navy Hilary

......"...,... ......- .,. A. Herbert, who has been very ill at Havre, Bayonne, Manchester, New : )
Aftou V.i. is I York and Tampico, the last named 1 :Seventh
slowly recovering.;
i! fullo ini It
] His dlUghterlr3.. Micou, reports port being supplied by the "Pensa : :

EWS i that the fever has left him aid he is cola."
I much The distinguished following !
improved. On July :20 J, next Saturday, the big I, Leer '
patient's son, Lieut. Hilary A. Herbert '
/' / *v >/ coal carrier, August Belmont, is due !, End of ( ;
the P
is on duty at nsacolai 7, W.
: :,:,.w I I| pOint of
several point, and from the good navy \ i i
{ There was a great rush to H. Alf- I'
I chorale
I 'irtH i* In Milton and I man's fruit store, next door to the and excellent time she is making she tI i t

tm-me-atrip. I Postal Telegraph office, yesterday is expected to reach Pensacola on 1!, : .
: I
\I and this morning for wet Jamaica the date given. Railroad people and I ,
.J E. Simon of New > vice !
I i : ,
I-tt'rel at the MerA oranges.: Today: Mr. Alfmun advertises citizens alike are anxious to see the foreign' ;
:: fresh limes at 00 cents a gross. t I \ ::1:1f
L. & N.'s new acquisition, and when I! for j
No beverage! in the world is so refreshing a |

.\ .* .rile and -i inter, )[i.-s I and healthful as lime juice. she reaches here she will be an ob- ', requisite f
.t .,, '"f Paducah, Ky., Buy a Gases orso and try it. ject of widespread and general in : I
: The :' ( !
I Judging from a resent article in terest. She will possibly load out the
\t. r'nd S. Mellon left i the Atlanta Journal, the banks of with coal for Tampico. j ji i I which i'

V; .b t '/">, ;-H for a pro. i that city do not seem to appreciate i 1 from may '
I Hood's Sarsaparilla cures radical. with the '
,'''a,: reatlv''- the deposits made by women. There
\i is one bank: at least, in Pensacola ly-that is, it removes the roots of i I dUring': any ) !
'. J "- k" 'II'- urfbelth-! 1
di.ease. i
| that does not in this That's better than loppingthe report
M tt ,- LifeSavingveiii concur expres- spection t tHnip
/ i'lI of uneliivalrous distinction by branches: I II n
', : >e notice t
the Atlanta banks, fur on THE I .
NEWS'dek: i is a special invitation DESERTERS YERERETURNED / I

< .1
u :*r.,i : 'it r ;,t-r deposits to the First National : j :

1 \1 P..IIIIi'; \:; Link !and to aid her in the accumulation TO VESSEL Br '. iit

I \l: of savings they have ob- i<, Kr I': Cos.'I: i i l

v'. '. j ,' (-fri, and thft'.i/: !. ; tuned: tiny, little savings banks: i Simeon Mus-tac and Antonio Pat- Ivan Span } I II 'i ';
.' I1: ', it ''Wf'ft"fa'1-, I'i which' they fcrnUh free to all de- ,: Sit COI
I !
rick, deserters from the Italian: bark Kr :
x-r ,il w%->!:j among tit; ''pitor5.. Get one for the children ser I'o ,
,'j', : !.rates. ':'and teach them the value of saving Elm tone, who have been in jail to ,1 i sit Am to I :

for the rainy day, which at sometime await the \'f'"el's departure Wffetaken !: Her !< | | $
:-[ ',-\',;bilt' arrived at i ,: Hr T\\ I I 0 \ I I 0
must cease to all. 1! 1
i on board that ship yesterday t
'r- :"imorning.! He __. .__ U_ : Spun \' I
a I "'"I/; to luve-tuate a I, Shake Into Your Shoes by tIi.. Deputy Marshal Wharton !I Co. i', i i; l I i .

'xprto' afire! there j Alien's Foot-Ea-e, a powder. It I and delivered to the master. The I Bur }: I i,i : I j.;. 4

[ cureninfsl, smarting, nervous feet vessel 1 sailed out in the afternoon forGeLoa. !I br Kln : t

> i I..ut Association of and ingrowing nail, and instantly ,' M hi
takes the out of and bun -. -- :
i will uiff-t Thurd.ty1'ick frtJiig corns -- -- Kus I :
ions. I':* the comfort discovery : Nor i 1:
':l at the re-i- greatest j BECISIEATJON NOTICE. I It .\ I
,1'.1:. \V'ii 's .MI East of the nse.! Allen's FootKa II nor.Sor : I '
The registration books will be i Al : I i I
et.I I -:e makes tight or new shoes feeleasy. 'opened, at my otlice in the court; 'to W H k I I I
It i is a certain cure for .-.weal I iiou-e in I'etisacola, FLi., coinmenc- It tkr!> :
: nuletV..Ife I left thiJlck.unvillp I moody I '! I
I ing, callous and hot tired, achinir'I lug the Jim Tuesday in August; Nor I : J
to repre- feet. Try it 1uny. Sold by alldruA'gists j < three diy* in ,'ach week-Tuesday,' Nor Nor I I
:, a county at the meet- and shoe stores. Don't I1, I Thursday and Saturday. i' Nor / : r;
i f ilein>icratic commit. accept any su1: )stitute. By mail for..1 I find the od! registration books i cbrl'Yl'r I
*, wi.en the v3te of the :!;jc. m stamp Trial package FREE badly copied, and will sayto Kus lr ) : : i II III
Address, Allen;. Olmsted, LeRoy, those who have had any trouble | Nor '! ,
'I i >:. of July 15 for ->tltesecretary: N. Y. by their names not being properly It I i t I
,.. can: vt.ej.Jembf'rtf': I registered on the books, that if; i J 1 t
Everybody has a right to a little they will call at my office OD the I Am
,\ I piece of this earth. But they mustflirht ; days: named: I will correct all such I I I Kr : : \
1 iM It' executive eominit- for it. They must watch their errors and do my utmost to get the :1'
'-d cOIl {re- election. T. X.AKAXU M emit : f.
J the Tal- Thos. C. Watson & Co. Kr \ : !1 :: > :: !
!I have some particularly fine bargains I Supervisorof Registration Coanty. Hon A CoKr
rr-tw. Mr. D'Aletn- ,ito otter just now, and they invite I -' jyllitd! : I
',t/.J Hon. Charles: B. and
to come investigate
same. I NAVAL STOKKS MA UK 171.: UP. !
>vy at the list meet- j You will never regret having done I ti t ;

':inutte* and created iHI. Reported Daily for The Newt ljI : i i

I I'nion Naval Stores CO. Llan. : I
ROBIR. i niero i

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,! i Ivy Club will give a dance at: Public

'ft JUST RECEIVED. k ': :Magnolia Blutf Friday evening, July 'j half a i i ; ;
2->. Train leaves the depot at 8W p. i ; i : 1 .

in. Tickets cent:. jlTtf i 1 i
-- - it Is not


--- 11 :.4.). TICKETS :25 CENTS, AT ::aIpm : : : I

f \vi: IIANDI.I: .j DEPOT. __ I tion vote for : : : jl I
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|| M. F. Gonzalez & Cots Corn Meal = sideboards Elegant china and leather-closets, .!I (fen uns ( : : ( ( j : I ''

isti .. I Irandl I ;
ICIA'.SIYILV.SOL"CAHN: : seat chairs at Marston 4Quina's f
Low i prices; easy : ceived a t

| & co. payments. i ever \' I 1!,II ,I j i f : II I

BARRANCAS, Fla., July. I I t I
FORT iy T2.-Sealed proposal, in'' New .I :
'f. triplicate, will be received until 11:30 : I;
: a. m. Auz. :22. 1902. for sinking two gagem : \ I,!
wells here. U.r'serv's: rUbt to'I' : :
.J w-irner. Palafox and Intendencia Streets. meat to ; t
= reject or accept any or all proposals i j ji I '
or any part thereof. Information'furnished
'A' *nc 1 178. .< +* Pensacola, Fla. I IX on application. Envelopes Icoutaining' 1 i :, ; ;i ,
proposals! should be mark. !
1 I I pfi "Proposals for Well*." addressed I{"close, I ;
S AA; %: %; %: W E. COLE, Q. )1. 23jr1t-201u: I' ware : :
I Koauokr
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too'f e\\'woruerf\\'bo mike I LL --
MRS. URQUHARJ. LEE. WHERE DOCTOftS' FAILToCure ,I but there are -_
their life work a reiljion. We provide

WILL MAKEAFFIDAVIT She Trarbr rarllnrar'nUrr Law at i books for Sunday schools and fur free I j I Mrs. Fred 1Jnrih

I the rnlirriltr oVallforala.Sirs. Woman's Ills Lydia E. libraries, but Low many of us ever ,; ,

: Urquhart uc'ot Chicago, who Pinkh m's Vegetable Compound think of furnishing l 'oks; for our own No. 228 Territorial Street Benton Harbor Mich,
_- -_ _
; crautS-Loc.ks wlik-h could be of help - -
holds the chair of parliamentary law :Siu'ceeds.; Mrs. Pajiliue l'( -

1 to them which would provide an e\en- "Iarnpleasdtogive my hers as are tho .
:at the Uniu-rsity of California, is'thei Judsou Writes : r arr' ,.
ing's refreshment for their minds after j ji uptritnce with Wine of trIll: 'i',5; a.Carut ...
New Lease of Life for ar,1, i first woman in the country to under: i; their days of manual labor? In the u I Am very guWul I1..alt.y'to\! :, ,i \ : ',

take the tca'-hin! of parliamentary law. DEAR Mr.s. PI5KHAM:-:Soon after mapping out of domestic arrangements for its htlp. After my first fer nhi'arraze: n .

Iowa Postmaster. Mrs. I. I is 1:0: novice nt her present my marriage two years, 11.1"I fount of us thoughtlessly have the'hea'i ': baby wu born 1 could not a \\IIal1 ,.) "
Post myself in eontant pain. The doctor many sum to rgain my strtngth. suffer t'rtur.'s at '
of the I
Sio president
woik. was
Postmaster R. II. Randall of Pun (' t cooking and do the 'most entertaining i
said my womb was turned, and this although the doctor gave me ltistlow',nal1 "I
lap, la. : "I have been a great I ParKamoLtary; : Law club of Chicago the day of the week set :,
says caused the pain with considerable in- J on a tonic which ht considered lO-\\b.! 1..13 flt,.!
sufferer from Indigestion and result ;; before sit: tock htr present position lnI flammation. He prescribed for me for i apart as a day of rl'st.or can we escape -:' very superior, but instead of n 3-\\'h,} fl'lI'3 U,. .

ing evils for years. Being unable to obtain the California university! and through the dificulty by ordering our Sun.I getting better I grew weaker ofI.ecoluuigamotL: ,\

I permanent relief, I reiolvedtotr i her efforts in that organization; became day meals from (caterers since we thus i ii every d.1y. My husband of CarJui \bath!, 11.. "
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Before 1 hac f1 i become responsible fur the Sunday labor ': came home one evening with Mr..Fr4 ['nralL mUlly: in a. w''man, ,' .
taken one bottle I knew I had fuuin! well known to the bench. I'T .1 h f'yv I II some Wine of Cardui and in- -. i-__ all unnatural ,lr:14: .
what I had lung looked fur. After i .Mrs. went to the Pacific coast exacted from emplojees. Would sisted that I take it for a week and see stra.ins-irreqularitit' whiwhat '.
I few bottles I was cured! ofa soreness i it -ei J I it not be well to hate plain living and j for : b'"
with Liyh indorsements and with exSperttir -iI I II III it would do me. As he seemed sponsible for barrt'l1nt atl I : '
my left side that I had nut been fret KwTx recoiunjt-ndation. | high thinking at least once a wl'ek-- j to have so much faith in it I did take the rtalZe. It makes a woman sir, : !

from for over ten years. 1 am better to Members of consross. bishops mayois t Mrs. Frederick Nathan in Woman's IiI j imedidne and was very grateful to find healthy and aLl to pas thri' :.:'I.: _
day than for years. Kodol l DyspepiieCure I t Home Companion. j jHealth my strength slowly returning. In two nancy and childbirth with ilttl" .'
has given me a new lease of life : of large tt' l'I'r :ym'n. attorneys I :
,, I, weeks I was out of bed and in a month I in!:, After the i3 pa-
"If any suffering will us at law. women of note leaders of comj I ,
of the Clever Girl. i i was able to take up my usual duties. I Wine prepares a woman for a ,. .
Kodol Dyspepsia: Cure, I believe, if HIs morc.'al tOiS, high officials ot secret "
j enthusiastic in its Ff'aise. to health an1
The clever! girl is not as a rule a very recovery :
t diseased
a stomach from which they I MK-ietiis who bad been led by Mrs. Lee
suffer, that they will receive j sturdy girL Under stress and difficulty 13 the noblest duty Wine of Carlui, in re-inf.rnr'
i through the mazes of parliamentarylaw ; [EjJOTHERHOOD privilege women orgacf' generation ha male .
relief. Anyone wi.-hingcan havea she becomes irritable. If the strain be :
j and who had been instructed by orapire to. With- of wunen who hal: given up I .
sworn statement as to Renuinnesf prolonsetl; she either backs out or
{1111'r In the science of' conducting j out thisprivilege do not mothers. Wine '
andtruthfulnet-aof! this statement." an (. women > ever becoming d\. "-
This! testimonial ithe voluntary assembly wtre all enthusiastic in their g... breaks down. To be sure her cleverness get a1! there i3 in life-too often they wilt cure almost any case cf LUTl ,.

statement of a man who has suffered, j Lraie' of her. .,,)r'.," often enables her to do quickly go through! the world cliscntented1'It ea-es of organic! : trc.ue: 1 ,

found relief and want.sothers to receive lion. Thomas I;. Reed besides speak. .. fJ f '. what it takes her less excitable sisters !i ilonger wrapped up in their own seltsh cares can you refase ta take such a r'lanll
the same benefits. Kodol DyspepsiaCure \ U'. 4- to accomplish! ; but take the J, troniO1.! How different 13 the that promisessurh reltef from ':!!', : .
i Ina in tin highest:; terms of her skill F" "
will cure any cac of !touiarlj Mh5. 1'\t"I.I\E .Jrrsos. 1: clever girl as a whole, we are apt to ;, happy mother, watcftin her children'jn of CarJui Simply .ahI3' "

trouble. It rests! tho stomach= by dipestin Secretary of Scli-riuerhuru <( ? what you The re-t alont lrou&i\u; NewTcrk.. I zigzag anti her goal uncertain. Rut: in'' A mother lives a3 many lives as she has women do not sutf'r. T .I'Y 1.:1, I ,

would restore health. But Kohl! fur months. who u ray liubar.J became the battle for life, alike fur woman and chilJren-th joys and sorrows are ward to motherhood: wi'uIf J'':',

Dyspep; Cure :1l"; ) contains tonics I! iir.patit-nt !because I ,?re v worse insteadof for man it is grit that wins. j -- -_ r-.rur..r-L_ -_- -_

which build up th oruan and hasten I better anti in speakinjr to the ilrusr- Th re is no n-ason why a clever girl 1 .A million sufft r;' Z T-
the good results. You don't have tc I o rist he advised him to pet L>dia I!. shiuIJ! not become physically as strongas WINE of CARD ha1) f'ul( 1 rl ,..f II1
diet! Kodol Dypepiii Cure will di. 1'itillIanl'.. \cnretable CUll pound \Vinef I arni.!
I srest what you cat Helps children, too. I j and >anatiio Wa-li. How 1 wish I one who is not clever: because a' I -_ -_-_ --_ _-
I : I had taKtn that ::t first : it would have naturally delicate constitution! may be

Kodol Dyspepsia Cure bared me weeks of suirering. It took hardened. and rendered fit by proper

1 Cures all Stomach Troubles. three Icing; months to restore me, but training.; THE NEW GROCERY STORE

Prepared only: by F.0 I>r W ITT* ('n.,Chicago jr\ it i is a happy relief! and we are both
J TLe U. bottle contain:1 tlia most grateful to Your .... ------ --- --
'i times :50o.sue. you. Compound Lamp Shade .rlnj: o-= = =- --- 0
| has brought joy to our home and Deep bead fringes; depending from
ONE .1' I health tom ."- MRS. J'.\ru>K J
_ t ME cough cureCures ruses: pas or lamp shades are extremely ef WILL MOYER
47 Hoyt Mreet. IJrooklyn.: X. Y. _
fective. They are usually! made from
5000 I 'ftlt if above testimonial is not gtnuine.It .
That's whJ.ta's I
quickly : maJafot tys I would tliis beads of a single color and of a cut
secin Ity statc- Keeps a Complete First-Class Up-to-Date
HarjjU Pharmacy,J ohn Siieppard merit that MOHHJIould save \ar l'tY if possible though; the plain ,
S. Kala. time and much sicknos if they'i. round glass bead about the size' of a Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.
_ _ _ would '
pet Lydia K. Pinkham's ball headed black pin is much used.

: A .'oabloool>l; 'fOC'fOultT. Ahans. Vegetable Compound at once, Some made of these beads of a det.pI' No 30 W. Covernment St., Salisbury Block.
and also write
to 3Irs.
Once a time the economical rose color became under the gaslight a
Lynn, lna 's., for special ad-
woman chose a black sown because S CKQCHAKT LEE. vice It is free and always helps. brilliant accessory to a !bell shade of .

the said "it would answer fur either as a parliamentarian, also indorsed her --- -- metal that concentrated the light from

dilins or funerals." Perhaps that little book on parliamentary practice, a chandelier suspended over a dining ICE AND'wOOo.
ly fallen into certain lines, it is difficult
.; would not I.,' as applicable to the gayerfestivity which is high praise indeed corning i table. To add this fringe to the shade .
to chau their Still! whateverits
::e shape. ,
today. The black gown is from one who himself Is the author of a lamp intended for a weddingor WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH
shape mouth beImpro'e LARGER
or defects a may TRADE
still howe\er, a statidliy. and black | a manual of parliamentary rules of other gift imparts the valued personal -
net especIally has acquired a new lease j order. upon and made more attractive touch and is easily accomplished THIS HUMMER THAN EVE" I'EFCRE
if in no other way by cultivatinga ,
of fashionable( life, until the summer i "Women are peculiarly fitted to cor- by even the amateur worker.
pleasing expression. That lift to the
wardrobe will! hardly be complete without i rect parliamentary usage" says Mrs. SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW.
lips which Hardy gave to his Tess Is
4 one frcM-k of this effecthe and becoming i Leo. The MarrjlnRnr ..Adanrlog.A I

: material. Kelieved by adornments ;i "Part of the work is quickness and bewitching and In its quick upward writer in Truth remarks that the Thompson Olsen & Co.
moteuient expresses the same sentiment ,
f; (of t cru J.ICP, draped of a color keenness of mind qualities in which marrying age in society steadily advancing. ,

or 3'l''utc'd by colored trimmings this i women excel. There is also a positive that a Parisienne voices la a Mothers now advise their Manresa Street Telephone ?
shrug of the shoulders. .
; j daughters not to think of
old time favorite has made its reappearance : value to women In parliamentary prac- marrying until -
A mouth need not be small to !be'' : :
they are t\venty-fi\e at least whereas -
:- of the iu( st correctly dressed. One tice.
Of the axioms of the well Downed wo I, "In the women's clubs it is absolutely j beautiful.! Indeed, in a large mouth in the old days it was regarded; as a ESTABLISHED 1863.MCKENZIEOERTJNG.

: man seems to be "'\11f'n in doubt wear J necessary for the expeditious disposal j the lps are usually finer and more expressive mater/ial achietcuu-nt if the girls weret t i

: black net." It is certain that no oth.'r'', of business; but outside of that. parliamentary but they must be taken care all married off U-fore they were twen
fits (''f. Iliting; them to make them red ty. The ape of thirty-two Is not now & CO.
;gown pits so many occasions as law rites women the just .
does the Mi< k net ro!>o.Ttt I I!'I and judicial mind; it teaches then to I II will make them coarse and thick. an unusual one for a woman to marry o -VIALBKRINShip 0

'I do things in order; it corrects the tendency I!I at, but some fifteen or twenty years

-4 .- In Drrnii. ]: to personal prejudice and dees ,! A Field For Women.Clfansing since she would at that age hate been Chandlery and General Ual1dwape.

It Is a mark
in dre.s and to devote to it so proceedings.; ole that one has no excuse to wear and would probably! have been wearing 60S AND 60S S. PAL.APUX. 8TUKKT.

much time and thought that the pur. !I From under Mrs. Lee's tutelage have !'oik-d a rlil'nts. For men there are a cap: -A.GENOY,

-. suit dwarf; the mind and takes from j I I emerged some of the most expert wo- corupanlts which press and clean garment i i I REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLING'S HONH CO.'H

the opportunity fur culture and fur ,I tuen parliamentarians of this or any and make small repairs with 1 Huck toweling, embroidered! brightly GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUHHEL A HON'S PCMPH.

; spiritual growth is worse than weak; it other a;;1'. regularity; of time and payment In In the darning stitch makes original
Ig wicled.
_. :' in those days of artistic excellence I of the Chicago! Post Parliameuta- M similar ( liusine for women j johars'p COMPASSES, LOGS. KTO.

in dress, select the mode the ',,: ry club which numbered among its ? a monthly price for cleaning j Place an apple in the bread and cake i! C. McKenzie Oertia Collecting Agent for Bar: Pilots' Benevolent Aj

_,I Jewels!: tho >hapes fabrics and colors ,I members Mrs. Potter Palmer. Mrs. Ellen and pri-ssinu and needed stitches and | boxes to keepthie articles moist. J ciation.

41 best suited to one's personality and in M. Henrotln. :Mrs. Franklin! MacVcaph perUaj's something! extra for repairs i I .

1 a manner .ld!-'L't a s-tyle of her own. Mrs. Hanl''Ianning\ and Mrs. like tiinUin;s and belts fresh hooks When Other Medicines Have Failed

_ _ 3' 'The die ; She would charge for the materials cured when everything else has dis- Laundry
_ should I..IM* un appropriate relation Since Mrs. IA'C'S advent upon the ; i ,
used of course and a sum proI i appointel. Sold by W. A. D'Alun- ,
to its uie''; the bilaincss diesshould Pacific coast she bus formed law
berte Ill South Palafox street. I
', be tr-m.: tidy and unobtrusive; :i classes outside of the university! among I'urtionate to the other charges: for the : Biggest Busiest Best !

tile home dress and that for occasions the society women of the town.-Philadelphia : work. |1 There's lots of money to be madein ,

I of ceremony ornate, tasteful elegant ; Pf('!>s. Tin re will be n good 11\illg in such a real estate-lots of it. A 'real estate -

Ii and "('(,stir a* the IurecaI1 buy." buMiH's* if the woman uinierstand. the alga i* usually a flner-board to

I Soft fled Lip.. work and can do it in a professional wealth. Thos. C. Watson & _., An Evening Call on
Tli. 5i,..'!4t i.irl of 411.r Soft, red; add greatly to a wom inaniu r. This i js one of the holds of Co., the! leading Real Estate firm -

; l'\e sum; of the girls that i>Uv dt golf an's apl'l'arallCt" and when they part lal or which wurai-n have ta.ed: in the have some offers which it wouldbe Your Swell FricinN

I Of the ptrl.s a ho lish an.) nhoot; ,| over even pearly teeth a face cannot p..5-t. jUt a< reliable dn.!'-makers areeitii.utly worth your while consider.! Go
i'a I, I've To sum pose; in if htr the UrUlilnt maJ who's ut! ;not afraid 'I !but be attractive, even though; the rest mi.'iu ;g'O&l& cp'trtunitles.There and see them to-day and don't wait j \jk y.>u 'wi'l find will be wanui.ceivtd .

t I've sung t th,' Kirltio weUa a duke of the features !be not as faultlessly! are rmnr. taanj woijeii who till to-morrow. f' \ if you are well and : '

I \n.1 livvs in a ]>a.u-c ha!!. : cuiiflcd! as tLose of a Greek goddess or I 1,11e >(cnrche in vain fir workers who Marston $5 Quina soleagen.ts
t Itl't And th.> foi.tljn'it maids, with their lights are dreed and your linen U irrepr ,
III nnl' i iI've i the complexion be lacking in that lIt aunt tt carefully aualeiv neatlywoiiin for the celebrated
i sung of hem tme and all. :i white transparency so' eagerly: sought, who can tvpy designs; from Fra:1 able. A woman of ream ',

1 [after by the beskirted multitude. f.-ishion Looks. who will u>e up what- Odorless refrigerators, always ftauees a man's well br. i

l k; nut(if now the girl I v..ll you!I FliiR\ioul.Mike; in a, soft to refrain know- j Its! the girl with the full red lips e\or materials aie offered them and absolutely guaranteed or i stiucu by the condition of I l.i i- i

T' lt The girl who tan cook' nithout! raprr or : and regular; white teeth whose smuts I turn out satisfactory re..uts-r'asona.! money refunded. and he goes into her presenttnored -

i: h book. j;! chase one another IIfO..JI.1': landscape I lily satisfactory. I mean Ouly the _,1 fi\ 1 21 with beauty wh.-n ;
.i- -
r-t; t The girl \\ho ran darn an] sew; of her countenance as merrily as a firefly i' few can afford the expensive modistes,
: O( the girl who never went far from collars and culls have bedo'!,,
t. home. dances over the field of a summer's jet they seem to be the only ones to
i KIDNEY DISEASESirthmostfitaIoI&Ud. at the Star
/ I Who is void of all sooljl schrmos. 'l'nin'ho; has the lovable disposition be found in an emergency liostou Laundry.

Who Is homely and neat old fashioned ;I and a mind free from petty jealousies Trauler.Hrllulun.
iI swt'ut.

a ( Th girl wKimou Neman's, s"Home'f in jour Companion.dreams. I we all love and to s-pites.look at.This Is the g'rl: In Our Datlr LlTK. ALL WORK C. 0. D. Ml CUM for and Delivered! FitC,

----- 1 have There are a few ordained women
When the
once lip.. perrj.inent- 1-41. TELEPHONE 114.
who have mlltIe GARDEN ST.
1 lie Mnrrhlrooll>. .rdiJin their life work.

:z Do think of pi.or bale's feelings;: just Two Bottles Cured Him. --- -.---.-- vie I 1DIEY CUIE u WALKER
A. R. Bass, of Morgantown, Ind., had INGRAHAM Manager.
t oao little bit la-Cure putting her into a "1Va:! troubled th kIdney complaint rULt iormonty .
I ..
t : starchi'tl boiniit. with I starched raspID for about two years" writes A.I to get up ten or twelve times in the .... '. n' _

:te .. strings, :t Man-iied petticoat that II. Davis, of Mt. Sterling. la.: "but two night and had severe backache and 1 TIME TABLE.

*t ;; Boratches arms and ntck. drawer. with bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure erected! i' pains in the kidneys. Was cured by refunded. Contilairetntdiei

Ii starchiHl frills that torture her p x>r lit- !a permanent cure." Sold byV.. A. I' Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by W. A. recognized by mi. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD

: ft! tie I legs. a htarched white frock and D'Alemberte, 121 South! Palafoi street 1 D'Alemberte, 121 South Palafox street Dent physicians u the but lot IS EFFECT DECEMBER 1, liMit
j: lIt\rcht't1pd!: that attack and redden I i -

_: all the unprotected bits of baby at I K1wy and Bladder troublu. _ New- Orleans- and Mobile.
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I i llrlrk* nn 1I:11. P..nucola
i W. A. D'ALEMBEPTE.SPECIAL : : a m p .Arrlve 5j a P P
t Two Irishmen! were arsuiiu w 1 Is. \. '4al a I t1: p 1:01, a Leave., tlomatoo .._, Leave j t&i a ::11I1 PI'j P
11:01: a 4:22 p 2: ) a Leave .._ Mobile Leave l2't, 1,1 n I
:. .$ t theclouTer.Well.; MASTER'S SALB. ,..___ "::!!.p 110' a Lesve..N.wlrIeBnq. ...: ........._.e _'1:01._: p _1.: 'p
t I ." said l'at. "I'll bet ji 11\1 i.i'i: 1 j
John B. Stetson North.
I toll iuo what k"'l'Ilarkks together": University }Cyvirtueof&norde' and docree of foreClosure i
f Li said :.Mike. "It's mortar" i made by Hon. L. J. Keeves. judqe -
'i. : XJo Xjniid, I'loi-idrt. ot the Kim Circuit of Honda, for No. I. No. 4. I. I NOI N/
i_ 1. "No." said Pat; "you are wrong; ; that biatounty on tbath day of Jun| 11:'"p m 1t p m I Leave ..... Pt'n.acola ..Arrive 4:14p m I.e-a .,
them nnart. .JOIIS I'. KOKHES. I'd. n.. Pre.."It>nt, ALBKKT J. FAHR\H, LL. B, Dean I'"!, In a certain cause therein pendin. : 1:15am 1\:5pm Arflye. lontolDt'rYI..n I lJ.lSam ssspzxhl5iM
1 ; ri keeps: __ n wh rin H. G. Williams 14 complainant i am 1IiJ' pm Arrlve_. Bn mlngbam , I aasam 4.hpw
: I I'all Tt-nit ('iiiiinifiii-fs AVf liii"Mlay, October 1 IDO'J.TWtl and Herman Washington. Sinkey Wasn-1 I 1:05p m 8:10 a m Arr1ve..i&ebvllle .Lesve I ___ _
Acts Immediately. ington Virginia: Thomas! nee \\ Washingtoni 2J a m '!:It: a m Arrive. Louisville _,L..ave I 5:13 p If\. IA; 1i1l
F i Colds are sometimes more trouble- \ .:\R COUIt'E-The: Law Department of John B. Stetson Gnt\'entt11C1\'es i John Thomas heirs at law of Oeorge : 7Oam I 11SWa m Arrive. _ClnclnnaU..LuYe I 6kpm II.]'
atwo-ear' couri.laln, to the degree of LL. B Was: iOKton,dl'c..alOdlate of said Escam-i 1tlam: lIp m Artlv .ttLLouls ..L.avei 4:1Spm ..MPENdACOLA
t st.ue in summer' than In winter Irs IIEIlHEE11II1': TO THE BAR-TUe diploma of the Law Department of John B. bla County Florida are defendants. I, the i
Hteton t'niversity admits to the Bar. AND
duly appointed Mprciat Master to execute RIVER JUNCTIO
t so hard to keep from adding to them rTKTHEK l.NKi>LM 'tTlON-Ior the Law Announcement of ljo- ,and all other de. said order and decree will sell at public j; -
ft j while cooling off after exercise. One sire information jardiDK It tbe Law LaIlep&rtm"ntaddr. [ auction at the front door of the court house I II No. 2I-Dally!No. l-l>allYI No stop where time not Ihown I :\I-Daay \ O, ;s.711CM :!
Law Department I In Pensacola. E cambia County. Florida. I Arrive''
:j Minute Cough Cure cures at once. De Land ..Fla.I ( daring: the legal hours of sale on the lit I II ID 1:0)0) a m ILea,,_.._ PeDlacola_ h IM p OJ -11-'; !D
I Monday in August !>/', tbe same being 1t1' night 1.IS" .. _- lOhIOJ.a._ It 1\:11'1" 1\ (11Ii'
Absolutely safe.' Acts immediately.Sure I I Augast 4th, Ifl. to the be.t and highest :;!!) 1:11S" .". ,- \'nlesua ..._ 10:114. I 1)1U '
c cure for coughs colds croup I ', bidder for cash the following described :tt" 1:1 .. _Elcambla__ 101:1"I: I 1I' 1UJ5"
It throat and lung troubles. Hargis'Pharmacy : : land. to.wit: That portion of block forty. :: 15": .. Mulat IQI8": 5
Tulane 'eight < of the East U'III" 1'i": ._ Harp ,_ ,
I University of Louisiana. l4) King tract east of IOI" "1
k John Sheppard and Sidney :Tarragona street, as lies wlthla the following 1:150): 1,3.1" 4 ._G.ItClty._ 11:15 U lIor
Kahn. i boundaries viz: Commencing at a 1.5:54 Ta -.-- Milton "... lQ:1Q" ,I I:" '
_ IMoxv Ox'lonus. point on tbe west sida tlghth ((4tb) ave- hal aID ._ N _Good Ralll U '
Seasonable household flue tblrt) (I3ui: i feet north of 1I@otoltrlet! 1.511" :I .". __ HolU._ II:* 4,
'I I 2'J"' a) 'I u
thence running north along the west line of IUllan e: 4n
j !i I | 'tb avenue ntn"tyl\lO'1)i f"et.thence nest! on a IJIII" '!Ij" ......Crastview._ 11:11. I: -3
and kitchen utensils at the! EDWIN A. ALDERMAN LL.D. President ,I line parallel with 1.Je Soto street one hundred 1:1) 81" ,_,.D&tIrLaD4. @:M" 116
Co.'s. and t(,n <( 'i f"illis Hardware line parallel with otb avenue a distance of 4,01" 1:11": 'S ..D.t'UDIat5prIDII. 8:1'f It 2,"
h :. Full Coarset In Languaes.8cienles, Engineering Law, !Medicine Pharmacy. Art. ninety (a')) feet and thence! east one nuns ':1'5" ':U" ___ .ArgyIe 1u" l:3t
.t The man who owns his own homer ), tevifn Separate llepartnients. Sixteen: Building Extensive Libraries Laboratories ; dred and ten(110) feetto point of beginning 4tO' 9:1\1' U ._.Ponce d. LeotL- 1II": 1:11
and NVortuhop Splendid Department for Women in the Newcomb College. ; on 8th avenue. Together with the teneI 11:00" l3IO' .W.stvhlIe__ 1:11" 1.51:00J"
: insures himself against lots! ol I Tulane makes Il'adt'rsln all vocations. Its facilities for Instruction I I meets hernluamentJ and appurtenances : 1:11' __ CaryytUe........ 111 It I:t
t ? trouble and worry. Nobody can 1 In tbl!8outb. EiKhly-slx: instructors and 1::3: students last! session. Many are unsurpassed! J thereunto belonging or appertaining, Ill" 1.:3! U __BQD1fay_ It e M" 1 r.
f raise his rent, and the rent day baa! in the academic,department open to Louisiana boys tipenses: ot scholarship icaotarthlct itndent I I via make good and sufficient deed! to 11:00" IOIT" _ChPIIY! .. __ 8J7." ,1. 4
; I for him. It's to ownM I |t5 for *, "8lon. board and lodging in dormitories low rates. Opportunities aSorded: the purchaser of said property upon recel1)t 8SJ 't lI:1n" It _(:4>110nd&1,_ 8U" U;*I leI
ao terrors easy academic students for self-help. In tbe Academic< Colleges no boy, If t of the purchase money TOO" 11:5" ." _Marianna II:!)) 12 14
a home now-a-days. Tho C., for college work, will b, turned away from ina&iluy to pay tuition Next properly session prepared be. firms cash; purchaser to pay for tittles. TJ ". 1l: 5"' ... ._CJprM' :.'!Ij". 1I." III
Watson & Co. can tell you how gmioctooer ist. send for Catalogue. l w.e. )1cc.ARD.; 1tO. 11:1:: .. _Grand Rl4'I_ 1i:3t. 11:1
l I Special! Mister in Cbancery.J,201..IW TM" 11:05 ZlOOA tln'I4I __ =1" 1:50)II ,
aey it 12. Call ana see them. [ Address< R, E:. aFF, < I ---


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felllng'tlni that! the owner of the mill -

r THE CASE ATCANE wanted to see him. After the murder II !; .jI!

Cures All Kinds of all went back to Black's bouse, where

HILL the money was to be divided. lie had I I t f

Kidney and Bladder Troubles : given Carnes and Fisher $50 apiece 1- t \ I; : I
and put off the division for a week.
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(Cop)Ttght. 190:. by ::. B. Lewis.) While neither saw the blow struck nor <. ". !

Kidney and Bladder Trouble, Rheumatism, One day a stranger arrlat Cane the body flung Into the water, both | : i ; 1 r I,

ul.d all kinds of diseases produced by an nil!. lIe said he was Charles Williamsand agreed as to what Black said on the 1 ," 1- i. I Ii'

'si-ess+ of uric acid had $13,000 with which to start a way home. He bad told them that I ; '

bank. Soon after a dead body was Williams seemed suspicious and was t :
Infants and Children. i
for 1'1
about to run away when struck down.I i
found and Identified as that of Wil ,_
HarrisLithia liams. lost my case of course. The Jury Ca toria f< a harmless substUuie for Cantor Oil, Paregoric \ I ; : ;

went out simply for appearance's sake -, Drops and Sootlmijr! Syrup, It is 1'I(>aOo: nt. Itcontains : .1' .
John Games arrested for
was the and in seven minutes returned with a neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcoticsubstance. i i I.

WaterIs murder. lie couldn't explain his verdict of guilty. You may ask what < It destroys' AVorms and allays Foveri>hness.! t i .I : ,;

whereabouts on the evening previousfor Lad been done to trace Williams. Very It sure l>iarrhu'a and "'hul Colic) It relieves Teeth- I H I t i

a good reason. He was robbing a little. He bad said be was from Chi in* Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the : : I t i ; i

o recommended by the best physicians all house. Another man suspected of be- cago. No one knew his full address. Stomach and Boxvels, giving healthy and natural sleep i > I: j i
ver the United States. For sale The affair had been published In the The Children's Panacea-The luther's Friend. : )' i .
every ing an ex-convict Joel Fisher, was ar
".tH. --shipped anywhere. Chicago papers, but no one had identified '
rested who also could not give his Williams as Williams. lIe seemedto The Kind You Have Always Bough- J 1 ; ; ;

whereabouts that because ( i
on evening 't'
Can have neither relatives nor acquaint Bears the of : ; a'I.a '
Nothing Compare he was robbing a freight car. It was ances. Signature : t 1 "
H.\RRIS LITHIA CARBONATED WATER for table tll'e. HARRIS LITHIA believed that be and Carnes were part Black was to be sentenced to death I !, I j i'i

v,.U ALE is the finet; of all alu. ners in the crime. and Carnes and Fisher were to get off i I :
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Still another man was arrested, a with a term In state prison. They bad ; ) ; '
Write for Free BooKlets-Fall testimonials! of cures, analyses, I .. .
single man who kept bouse for himself. not yet been sentenced when Williams, 'I .
\ to show to your physician. f fIn
the man who had been murdered and I : 'I ..
While -
no money was found it was ar- .A j '

Harris Lithia Springs Co., Harris Springs, .s.' C. I gued that he had buried the sum secured any buried other, returned lIe town left as town quietly on the as Use For Over 30 Years. I i .; it; .; '}:

: from Williams, and for three .. .. ..,..
night of the murder at 9 o'clock, goingto .r [r. IU.CONII.V.fI.r[ .e. .0" I. a '
days more than 100 i : II
people were ransacking -
Milwaukee to see about a bank safe -- --- -- -- -- .- -- -- 'I
iN OH TEI.EPHONK Ls! house and !barn and every and other things. lIe was taken ill en J .i ':

foot of his land in Lopes to unearththe route and left the train at a small Tillage (1t # \ Every Woman :f :
M. W. MARSHALL. Pensacola, Fla. ; :
treasure. where he Lad relatives. lie had URn n V t la luterealeU ami aliouM kn"w I !
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.. been sick with fever for weeks and W I .fr'.t-X 111 'tlh".rf" ; .
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The name of he third party arrestedwas I
I lie !S. ., ,Ihe LURlc-rlO. nothing whatever was known of the I ( Ii Li l\ ..; AI1R1'L Nhirling Spray i I it;
T,, EY GULF OF MEXICO. I unlo; Black He employed me to defend l1U ur t a \ \ ,bArw t11A.11.rlgr. / ': c. i r
A southern' senator was at one time ''- I' OUI't\ "IIPS1-o.r. 'I. ,
iim.: My first idea naturally was to case.My v eV \1'1 ('"U.uL
counsel for small, raill'olIl.t the "" "I'lIn..I.".." Id
a a case was won by reappearance -imFOrtereandllealersln- ) i :
: Upheavals Caused prove an alibi He claimed to me that
f' {Mint on the line where it 'ro".j a of Williams. It was for his murder yes.'",cal.1 e rJ'. 'I 'I ; !
.es !In Its Bed ? he had not left his house during: the Chinese and IIhp..I."I.lytbe ; :
prominent! highway;: they had an old that Black had been tried. Who Japanese, :tI SIiS.: a r."J'llIu ii'. '
I".Iy! 11!.Lieutenant! evening. Living alone, \\e had only] his t
h.':';1'a watflinian, whoM duties consisted was the victim? That was hover found I i vtir41 1'1'11".11 ill>M-nil....k Miilii wW|>for It fr 11i '' a:\ .
th. New Orleans word fur this and
,1 unsupjKirted by accident Fancy Goods ,
I in warning travelers of the approach out. though it was generally believed nt 1.' I lot ,il I State hydro I ascertained that he was I lyingto : UII"t.! r 10!' ull." I'Kl i 1.1 41.. "
of trains. One night: a farm. that h '! I.'r! Washington; I me. Three ditlereiit pel'sons had called I| Room !!Times Bide., New Vort. ?f I
er's wiiptii/ was struck, clII.ill aJa.1\ who had come to Cane Hill with some hi"
: \ ,-\ of the Gulf oi at his house between, 7 and 10 i 31 South Palafox St. t
accident. The railroad company; was evil intent and had quarreled with : .j
! at course sued for d J!iii ires and at lima and bean done up by his pal. Carnes I !NOTICE : i I
*:1 fathoms oi mack made a confession! to me. A I
trial tin.old darky was the chief witness and fisher' at once went hack on their I' -- I have been authorized to take ;! i
GO fathoms at farmer with whom he had! quarreled I I IA
was I ,
for his employerlie answweli "confession" and accounted for their I' :
bad barn the farm subscriptions Jeuning? I j
I.ieudt a large on three i
i Inns survey. j i the questions put to him in a clour, direct time on that evening.: This ;:a\e them t'r1'hcsetinyCapsuicssresupcrtor7
II IIBr.Ill"
: d\ over the phe miles away, and Black had gone thereto : d paper Commoner. i ,:
manner. .iu.I4 I them was tliequery away on the robberies l !', and t h'ynr( 1 I
burn It. His iutclltiousHI' !bad : The i i" $1.00) : in ad- j 1.
:.. lieve!i that it was'ipheavals whether he !! price, per year ; .:
as to surely swung tried landed
duly and behind the bars. to J.lSo1 of the re. enough, but the tire he kindled l went i vance. Thos desiring the paper I : j II
his lantern across the road when he M. QU.\1). C3et9 and' ( J i
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.Mthquakcs in the paw the train coming, to which he replied out and the barn did not burn. To T'Ley 'can hayeitff'uttothem by sending I H i : d
clear himself of the one he must nrrfn46huursthr the undersigned. .1'
.thers think it i fs own l1.UUto
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to the other. } H. \I. RK-HE. \
the up GOLD UTsST.
-.1 of silt from 'Hood 1 did. sah. .
As if the cot$1uInnucrtsTS I Care Daily is'ews. I .
case was not complicated} .,
result of this The railroad won the suit
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'1 i.irter a resurvyui and the senator II"'!; occasion later to enough, the sheriff took another step. Let the GOLD DIST: twins do jour work.", i r I

'. Mexico.: j coiiU'liment: his witness on his esi-el- lIe worked at the two men first arrested !

I! lent twtniuiny.i The old fellow was until! they "c-onfi-ss that Black THE GARDEN SECTION Iii ;

I planned the whole affair, did the killing
C ATKA REGATTA. profu in tliunks but before theyparted .
and that they only watched to see u-O F-o .
bluntly : J Ij, IPensacola'Floridal I
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s.. .' Bng Made For the Comnht "Lordy. Mar- John, 1 $ho' was that he was not interrupted. The prosecution I

I Races. skeored when lIlt lawyer sin to ax me now felt assured that it had a f : !1 1i' i : ;:1
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straight case, while I realized that _
.'\ :J:::.-The Palatca'r.q 1>oiit de lantern. I was afeared he I I
,. plaborate prep.; was coin to as if it was lit or not, Black must run the gantlet for his! Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. ; 'u

.i'ta on July! :29 and '<'3I1St\ ill' oil in It done :give out some life. The sheriff naturally wanted to I
cnnvict Black, and when Carnes and r
time before de axdent"The
i :'jihin. Flukey and : ,
Beautiful Lots
Fisher Were "pressed" they cooked upa for Sale.
fine sbap*
in ?
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'rf..t lleml. very plausible! ('oltf's!>iuu. ;

t'l:. n lits from it\5;1'i. I A perfect !Lead, viewed from the side 1 had \eritied Black's story. I had 40x137feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord't, I It i= ;
.tImi; _
e to the barn, and found candle in !
.-"I n.- rul -s falls within a perfect square, averaiii ; gone a ing to location and surroundings. t I d ti ;
nine inches for a man and Sl_ a box Just where he had told me to I

'.'n'' 'IS :r inches for a woman. The width of the and look fro for and it. found I had it timed occupied his journey the interval to Exceptionally GorlNeifltbo- l;; rl. Beautiful View, I I !i( l.1 i

face is to the eyes. The distance Stave if y-u w. i 1. tut if you prefer to make houseWork -

'. .1 .hs' between the eyes is equal to one eye.'I siatt-d. 1 hud found mud on hisboots I easy useGOLD High, Dry Fertile Lands. : P: t t

>. y.. II 1I ho size of the eye is two-thirds that which had come from a spot I DUST I

1 1"t' t th.' mouth. The l length of the* nose near the barn. However when the The grandest opportunity for investment ever L :: I' i

: ;- ,"third the length tli the fuce. Tl.e case was called in the higher court I It makes home tr. hter and care i.Ehter.; offered in Pensacola. ., -
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.\! I". .it all :I;;,',;. as lone: as two eyes.Althotuli '. was appalled at the strength; of the eu- ;i Made only ty THE N. K. FARBANKCOMPANY! .
'n'I I I'r dviitagainst my client. Chicago New Yo'k. Boston. St. Lou-s.
f these are the !ideal measure I could only prove one thing in de I Makers of! OVAL FARY: SOAP. Home Seekers Should See These Lots. : .'
m '!irs and are approximately adheredto. : I
-.1 BaCi'' t P" rf. is f'nse-lH'e'iolJ good character. Blackboldly ; ;
so fond of irregularity naturethat
1 1 i'i' Mn \ confessed that he had intendedto 11ti011/o'11N111y A.V.Clubbs
rarely any face corresponds to :
'. : !burn the barn and thus accountedfor ii 1 I
them. The two sides of any face :IJ'elIen'r I
\\oX"II'j! alike. Strictly speaking, his time, but it only hurt his case. If You Have.Rheumatism

'I '!1'1": .-. j.n.rth. the face exactly oitends! only from the chin to; Everybody jumped to the conclusion Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. I I f! f I

that a man who would commit arson .
oi the root of the iio-.e. .\Iothll i' tint I .I #I.
." would not scruple at murder. It was f
-. 'h. Ian;i is the brain case. Tor a well developed' shoe that he was hard financially, KG. KKKNT.!; W.M. H KNOWLhS, W. K. HVKR! JI ., J. H, KKKHE.Pres'dcnt. : I.. } I
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:'flint. an-l brain, the width of the head just alioethe Vice-President. (.'&"hitr. Aai't C shlM .
that certain men were rather afraid of
'":r' ; .Ire up and ears, measured with callipers .1
him: that lie had been heard to make
'1. >: J.xurinus reT should U, from :;':: to <>'j inches, and! :
dire threats, and they could not have
He express the height:: from the on.-nin; of the ear
1 painted him blacker had he been one URICSOL enthe lurrsedteldom a First National Bank
"pt-n to the public to the top of the crown should be exactly of the Younger: brothers, I Kennedy will cure 'I I' !
C. a Littt(ilel.l I the same. In women both heightand ; "ou. It also cures iver. Kidney and "I r: ,
t, I and restaurant width are one inch less than) in On top of nil this came the "confes- bladder diseases, caused by an ext ess of
sion.( Carnes and Fisher had occupiedthe .I uric aclii. It never f'lls.] and builds up
'+mi KP of the pavilion 1111'n.'uu1I'n'. ", heads, approaching: the the health and Ftrergth while tiling H. OF PENSACOLA. FLA. j I IDXREO"l.'Oa
same cell for days and therefore I
Fend stamp for book oi wonderful crtiticfttes -
and furnishing willr !! type belonging to children.London \ f L
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agreed in all the details. They swore i Price. fl per bottle. For pale
Magazine.AciulrliiK. I by dru stll.! If drucKl't not L: I
his personal super"I" to meeting Black just outside the vil- supply:you( it will your he pent prepaid ran upon Ii

a full Accent. lace. They entered the town to look I receipt of price. Addrewi WM. H. KNOWLKS. W. A. BLOCNT F. C. BBKN1 N.K.HY.ER.n. : : :i t 1.: !

"Brassie: detests oatmeal I. but he Is for Williams and found him on the I D. G. BRENT. j i ii :
Uricsol Chemical Co. Los Angeles.Cal. : I.
ill:\ \\' \HU .Steltl. eating: it regularly for breakfast now" street. Fisher swore that he accostedhim r

: '>i N P.-IJMT\ will IIH said Larkin.: and dir?tiM him to the mill race. I lamar & ftnkin or Drug the Co, Atlanta Ga. rIin! anG mnU tX Aan lt

"at thenNat f leatu "What's"He's trying his object to Improve asked his accent" This Will Interest Man. 4 I Distributing Agents. a : ad ii; t 'i

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.I-"- tlint.cieuce :
I -Judge.More T. quickly introduce J L'!. J L':. R. 11rN1'o .:
I IIIMin all ittage'< ,
(Botanic Blood Balm the famous: i ,.-We draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, Ireland ;
'I. 1Iall's I Catarrh : Portnnflte Than !
Mov :Southern blood cure, into new Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium Kaaala Nor 'I' I
I'I''''!live cuiv now I Wii-Xo; ; 1 can't say that TalkalotIs LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS i \
'i'dical frattrnityi friend home, we will .end, absolutely free.trial way Sweden Denmark and other European countries. :
a of mine. 1 merely have agpeakin 1
i .....u-titnti.nal dl.- IlI.INN treatment*. Botanic ----- '1
.. ; acquaintance with him. UZ'Vessels Disbursed upon tbo Most Farorable Terms
and theft t !
.titntiunal treat- U'a Most Blood: Balm< B, B. B. > quickly cures OF PYTHIASNo.
;'s; inHiple only have a his.teningacquaintance.t'hIadelphta Obligations Taken Payable at Port of estiration Ten or Fifteen
1 ', TI1'nl'l' i i- Dill
u ; old ulcers -crofula.
{ Cee.ord. : eczema itching after Vessel Arrives there J r ttl.
j ihni'tly upon the I *kin and blood humor. cancer: eating I.odte, No. 3. K. ot P. i I. '

+i- -urfa(','; of the I fe'teriue-ore';;, boil-, carbuncle=, i i' I t
'I meets every Monday eve. fVSafety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection I t;
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-troyingthe foutiii pimple- or olfen-uve eruptions, pain*; lag lit Sao' At Castle Hal I I
-. aiul giving); theIn' I llnrd Hendint.l'rofessorMoraudworeThe in bones er joint,*, rheuuuti-m: catarrh : i In the Blount- Watea' with which we have a Prira A unrtment for the U.. i l'.' '
I !
!' books of Kalldng third Moor.VKltln i 1'
l building: up thei or anbltod or ,kin trouble.B"tanic I of Rentnrs. ,
i i-.-i..ting nature in I i the Chaldenns were written on bricks Blond Balm I B, B. B. > heal ,I 't welcomed? brethren oordlw 1 '1 I

The i l'rpri..t"r; Sportor (tin a !>still small 'oirel-TIIt'Y. every .are or pimple makes the 'r,.'. H A LH, t ,. I ,

i i'i! ni its curative must have made hard reading Harvard blood pure and rich andtop* all H, HORSI.ER
'll: ,-Oat'' Hundred I ache and I K.K.A t*. WE WILL- FURNISH
1"lInplOIl. paid; Botanic Blond YOUR N0NIE'FREE ; :
1- that it fail tot K.ilnitB.t B. L'.;' thoroughly; tested: 1 I ;

'- of te-tiiuonials Poisoning the System.It for :*> year* in hospital and private '- wrtl ta.ltp Ge olv LAnn I.

'1 ClIK.NKVtV-: ., practice, and ha: ; cured thouand* of Laurels P, YK Mn' IMlat 1\ eiY "...r : : ; ITTER4N : .
is through the bowels that thei 1- t.I"I.'tt. m.a. kE.AOIPr.
.le.ioO.1 I'.t's'ell up :a- hopeleSold: at A ain I ITh I -- ,is w, 1 rE hr p.,. nr, _: .It".nd. I rI
lr I i 9
sva '
--ji: I..t<. roc. i in ii|i body is cleansed of impurities.( Conj i-1 drusrtores; fl 11"'r large: bottle. Fore I I oaf I"'''" ..1.8., ..1l a.I.rcrl.1 'r...p..... r f I .
i those free write Blood '.r 'I. ,. .
j stipation keeps poisons in I treatment to Ktlin Paris CxpositlflO -- .h t. ,, I... ..I I
'In- n Mid : C. .Atlanta: G i. :Medicine -ent atonce flu made the Gold ".. I. ...... ;
>rilirrn .s\lth'III, causing headache dullness rtabi Bo" 1' '.q. Iimllr'I' L. 11-, ,
Avwd to pIli i
.' ,. .. .
. .. ,
.-.iiu cure for c5I1Lt1 I prepaid. De-cnbe trouble and t r. r. f. "' ",, c 1'1111II. Lake '
I laud melancholia at first then nnsiijlitly J.-1"rl.ttrrl..1.'I'I.I. I ; i-I'
free medical advive: :given. Botanic thto .. .11..1J".4.I.y+ .I.1 ,t.. I I
(t a 6 r "
'..t'If'I', Ulf'nr.tln : eruptions and tinally seriousilin'ss Blood B.ahn B B. B.; give* life I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY ..... e. ,'. :a ;,".1........ IIla..r "..1", If !
-l t'.l- 'aura' IUIfll
'I- I. t 4RAIBT"I.
regular rueetiux! :: of unless a remedy is applied. I' rigor iiiul strength to the blond. Thetine.t 'T E'. Itr.h ... ..i.ful! '11.0', I r h. ,, w ," i I .

11,.dial Society lit lWAVitt'Little Karly\ prevent aloud purifier inMde. P.-itjiiic wi rt I .7 ;l' p'a'ed. ., ...1 nor I" w,It II.I\.al.n"." ..! .r." '.,. .'k.-.', I .t1', ,
a : ,
the liver I Blood: Balm B. B. BJ) give* a .. la'r I".. a. -- h ..V'" .14 t. .
Hpahh office 'itdiy this truiiliic by stimulating W'HISKEY1 \ .d I InW h'er. 'ran ,....,,". .... \t" r.
and! inunio'iias\ In.alth> aiti'in! IIIth. ( healthy! Blood: supply to the km and SI.:. r.. '10' 01. -hr ,' ","..11 I' ,re ; s I
Au,'. I: andw I II 1r J.ffH'cItn a. My t1 en .r, f.fTt'.. ,... II .P- t1
cord .' how. I.-I T\I\ > ..,' little pills do not entire ytem. .r!' peaw..1 w'11 I' .", w .I ,. .., er W.iru.yn .. I II.ti'
':'i.ni3! an- 111..1) CoJJ rndell Mrs ,
I OI1cILD urq' re rim w du.a 'f 1\ I\IVI'I J'' '. .f" I.'
violcntlx. Hit nv str''ngth'nln.t I -.Iso I .
1- art ,
0oneis83 En. ter day 1 alii. re t"ar I' a".1 II I. a. -r t fe i 1 I '
c.i..f5TOItI.: : I hew y' II'
:n. Mr. A.ll.ft .. .. i
W l'. DKWKKKV, the bowels < naule them to p'rim drYat ? tnrdt ? IUTCHLo n. 'J I..f. tai a II. .1"1.. tSALVONA

.. tit President. tl.their is own Har wark! i* Phauuacv Never gripe John or Sh: ilis'\ppar.l flea".the l'2!:;!;Kind: r Asavs: _' Jo iISJguaroe I UUOfO bra j SOAP CO., Ccr.12th PIcl Sts. ST, LOUIS, MO. t tj

secretary. ana Sidney Kahn. I of 4 aD1u 0? Uiiiiiilirmtr crub- r. .

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r yS, Y M Gentlenkn-I have nlf'tl your food tall"FORCE < r( S t tff ''I

," and &aA it an effective as its I: tl1I:11Il1 i
pz : !
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I //w :# r '';;! < 1'i'r ri ,,. /yr Tht nutritious p'op'Trip are Jmply} 1!. j'J

\ ttia'.i:{.,:' :s Y lralMh- t 1 i.'I i

'I- Bl''S ling bt-nj-ficial to hi lth, I find M t.!

p v it very puUtable ;t :P !
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GOOD GOVERNMENT speakers cluded. and the meeting con F R. POU, $ $ FEET.,. FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY.

A notable feature was the presence, 9
as guests, of a number gentlemen I

I from the opposition! all of whom OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. 15 AVest Intcndeiicln Mn-ft.
I were shown every courtesy.
I'! -- -- POU & QINQLES, Managers. (-:


LAST TUESDAY BE- !1 ELECTED MEMBER 1!I against our.neighbors ;:

_ -- OFTHEBJFP.S.iAt !

The overwhelming success of the. ---
OooJ Government 17 Test IcteiufcncU Street. Office Phone, 31. Residence Phone, 63. BUT $1.60 FOR
farces of a week 12 o'clock today the city council _

previous was appropriately celebrjted convened ic: special es*ion for !!

last night at the headquarters: the stated purpose of electing some THE BIG STORESPECIAL I THISOXFORD

of the East End Democratic i
'person; to the vacancy ou the board i iI
f and under the auspices of that now i of public safety, caused by the resig' i 1 i
powerful organization. 1 nation of James: M, Muldon lat'week. 1I I' --'OFFERS-
r; The club's meeting hall on East j

r Government street had been CODvtrfd A quorum was made up of Alder. ,! BARGAINS WELL, SAY !

} into a banquet hall: and on ,I neither en Christie, Green, Mcllugh, Mer- i

I, side extended long tables, j i iwether, Moyer.: Pryor, Reilly and
set with about one hundred
covers \Vright. The presided ,
I mayor : i
_ and covered with snow white cloth :
Mayor Jones announced for what I

presenting a charming appearance, !i, purpose the meeting wa called, and i j SHOES. I HARDWARE. ii i -- ---
I i
ej ( Chairs for gue-u stood opposite pach1.lal" under the authority granted him by I We are over stocked on Ladies' A Fine 12.50 Refrigerator for. .f*."> :

.v ) # and these were filled about section, 4 of the city's charter appertaining !1 Oxfords and to make room for our A Fine 2 String Broom for. . 2Tc j
I' ,i a HI5 I o'clock, when the feasting be- ; to the naming of ministerial 1' Immense Stock of SHOES Purchased AQoad3-Striughroomfor. 20cJ i CO. ,

for Fall, and to arrive in
1' are
I officer, he recomtrended that bit An All Kip Wan -l'5titched I| .

: At the head: of the h:1ll: ; stood a 3. O. Gonzalez. Jr. t a few day, we have decided to Offer I Wagon t Collar from. ..$l.'Jo! : to J2 -51 1{ ,
made a tneta- 1 jour Entire Stock at the following I Feet t FiirnNlu-ro for Cu li Onlj.

;, + 1 j separate table with six covers for ber of the board of public safety. I\j I Greatly I Reduced Prices: A Good Webb Halter I f'2oc .'

4 honored :jruesrs. At this table: at The recommendation was favoraj, All .. ... . .. A Good Light-1Veizht i Uuggy I' 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
: ,, j 1.50 Oxfords for. $I.i Collar from. .. . ....7"c toSl.251!
s the club's pre-ideut, James: Clark,, band to council and it was ratified. 1 j All f 1.7-5 Oxfords for . .. .$1.31Bu Whips from ....lOc to J-550J; J -.

I ,t ., Hon. si. U. All S2 00 Oxfords for. . ... .
:: Mallory, enitedI"t.1te ; There was no other buiue3 and :j jan S1.69 Best Values to be had in the city. !

All *:2&i Oxfords for .. . . .
senator; U. 1'. Reese, E-tj.. adjournment taken $UI9 A Good Buggy or Wagon Harness i mrWNNNm Wr

M1! John B. Jones, the new chairmauothe : f i j t I i All S3.00; Oxfords for .. .. .?240 for. .... .. .. .. .. ... .. .. ..$7.oO; ;
!! If a Man Lie to You, ?
Collar Pads values. ..
25 We
r county executive committee, These prices don't apply to Queen good : to

: and lIon H. C. Cloptou and';8. M. I And say some other salve ointment, Quality Oxfords, of which we have a Bargains in Crockery, Glass and '
j lotion, oil or alleged healer Is as good Full Htock. Granite Ware.

y Loftin, the successful nominees for : as Bucklen's Arnica Salve, tell him .

t,tt 1 t. the legislature.i Mayor C. M. Jones j i thirty' years of marvelous cures of

J J= occupied a seat next to that of tiena !; i Piles, Burns, Boils, Corns, Felons, I DRY GOODS. BARGAINSEVERY it
tor '' L'lcl'ts.] Cuts Scalds, Bruises and SkiEruptions n .

Mallory prove it's the best and I 1 Special: Prices to Close Out Our Stock of Figured Lawns, Fancy White
!noon alter the plates were filled 1 cheapest. 25 cents at W. A. D'Alea- :
I berte's drug store '' Good and all Sheer Fabrics, Sheer Woolen Fabrics Jlistras and other I

with appetizing chowder, expressive I -- -- -- New Weaves.
souvenir, in the shape of a corncob'
CAPTURED Shirt Waists at 35, 65 and 95c. j
pipe in the bowl of which reclined a | i ji

+ tiny china doll, were presented to .

ach: : /KUe-t. It was at once conclud
I ed that the present was symbolical JUilliam! Ioljn0ou &S fO1l. ; DAY

I with that of H. "Corncob" Clopton, --- i I
1 1 .
th country legislator, and Mr.I Lot William Smith white man about -- -

+, tin the "kid" choice from the! city, n } ears of age; was turned over to my farm ap'in;: an' began; ter work It. II(

i f FARMER[ DACE'S l [ MISTAKE I f The fust time I went by FarmerOwens'
it t and th. '. "'t youthful member of f I the United states authorities from I ii-y ruineuut she tad grown

it the new bud which will be worn iu the city court this noiniu?. and the --- ter be a line luokm' young woman (,ftWI'ntysixao' a;

lJf-xt .\rlli. federal officers will t.audle him for Original.] what d<> jv suppose 0-AT-0
she did?" j r
I Toe fetal board was patronized smuggling; goods into this countrywith I was on a uLwling tour and i "I Call illla1-,' IH'.k'd ." : .c

for an hour or so when the pre=idellt'gtttln an intention of evading duty s topped for supper and all night at a ".\.. Lie if 1 wouldn't tie up a cut'''
j forlorn l looking farmhouse. I '
was surprised
finger She Lad the same wil'kl"lll"ol.
r I Ah :{ the attention of the a"e111- ''charge?. to M-e no woman about all the :
t iu her eye she had when the drove that ,
: +i ""la-f<, introduced It. 1'. Kee.e, to, bmith was caught;; In tl.e act of sell-1 I work 1'C-lng done by the owner of the lopsided l farm ban" by my Louse ten
f I I-liiC'!. Ezra Dale. After I
ItehtHi .
supper -
. : : whom was a--L;:ned th. duty of wtl- 'ing' ; iroods alleged to have been )ears afure. Women is the piTsisteutj j I IPlt
a pipe and sat on the {torch s-mok-
Coming tl.e! roue=ts. Mr. Kee did smuggled by Special Oilicers} Kay i I lr.!:. I late came and pat beside me. critters I ever bee. I fist luarl'IJoil' a
: an1 said: 'Ye don't pit me -that Iawar L. FRIEDMAN & cos

" 3t+ i +o, happily, anil ou behalf of the, ', and Frank. He took a quantity of i I chutes"Y(\II early have" I finished said.! ""jour'lll'n \enlng wife ag'iu. Ye done it oncet an'
jfu-ts Mayor June* mid< response. finely embroidered table linen to a : j Is, without/ she that's enough: P.iit. do je know, stran- (
a sonant never J'l'tstLl' :
slick about it that iutits ,
Jf'r.Ilc was fo
t Senator Mallory was; the third I i! Palafoxtreet merchant yesterday : dishes washed 1 before 'J o'clock." minutes I had my arm about her

t ; ...aktr. He ruse quickly and he- and tried to dispose uf them. The' "Waal je ate, I don't do it that I an' she was a-rcctiu' her bead on my ,
I a-way. I dishes onset a week. : N RACKET STORE.=ig I t} van one of the mist interesting of\ officers had "otteuHl to \lint earlier Then I put 'em all on ter the wagon, I shoulder.. She tears was no a-cryiii'doubt.. toocryin'crorkerdile ;' :

hurt -pen-he*, during which he 'iu the day and were watching fur : drive 'era inter the crook, take a mop "Waal we was enpaped; I. but it didn't Y

t l loucbvl upon the prim ry ay.tem, 'him. They followed him and placed' an' when" I pet through they shine like I las' Ions. The question come up aster

# utiil how it worked in Flonda. lie 'him under arret.nt pen 1'on't"'r. \\ tJ.tllt'rH"II be married by a ju+- W W Mmi
Lon think a wife would be
I jlar'ons :
J u tit e or a parson. I don't like
rHt.wfltl l the campaign: : just pasedan Litmlj'? She could do jour mending."
myself. au' 1 wanted l a justice. DaNywanUil <: .
!'' I e ifd 1 that: he could "''I)'. without Ilepurl the uiiiliiion ol "Itou't nifd no wife. 1 pot needles a pai'Min. an' she was MI Maine ;
an' thread nn1 buttons. There's ( I .
lb elert di my set about it that I nfLoiuil if she was i|i Crab nets and \
J'"ctUlhia8utr ;
f pr.teuteut f kit. And he haiulotl me a case containing as obstinate :!out n small matter like : UUEVU ( ill

has reason t'> !hto proud of her TA itiz n>rs N Nti1 ank luore. : the articles mentioned and no that i slif'd l Ioe wantin' ter run the farm \j jso tackle to suit e 'ery

4 1 i< liIt choice*-uot only of her con;rettu. **- I called the thing; off alt l'\e I"'en the Willis :

1, hut of everyone HIs refer -,.(' ;:<\ .....\ ( '( 1.\. '"Where's'tart your thimble?" I asked. In in' alone here eerime.." I ,,, A'
t need no thimble. I tried one' "11 r. I /al '." 1 said. "y uu hate mistaken ladies skirts :
U ,, 11c *ae*. t<> \V. B:. L-unir Clopton and I IN TilE TATE: UK Fl:' Intl' t..I'r THE infect an' couldn't use it. It's handier I Cleaning j mr
natural feminine traits for pen-
,7'I t 1'UISK; OK HrMNh-v.: : ', t to pit the head of the needle ag'in the is one of eir specialties. Ai
were from the hunt, nd I oral cuNedne s.
JULY lent l IJo'i. j wall an' drive it dry.
I through : j
i "That's what they Is. I tell stranger.
t ; Mpeciiny fliwjuently did he i II:
.ad\'Nt "I'id never have love affair's""Yes
Rr.uurcc'. J i you a "
"Ye anti understand.!
:: Thos. C. Watson
tf r to the history of Mr. Cloptou and i l.i'ul.snddr"utnh $ is.'il ini'iurtl .ncet. It was when I was a I "Yuu hare dtrlintil to gi\e up that the leading Real Estate A I i

. 3 ? f j antoeotient. Hewasgiid: : that: therrIlO.1f q\'rllmf...tJr.,1 ,. .. .mid .UIIM-- !'..'.:{ Hi' i. young preen. feller I used-very to I luok young; an"pal very which to a woman Is a great deal, II all the worry oil the i & Q RANTI:
' I I I'N: H : t had I'i-I otl without a 1':0.. n.=ltd+ on bund . 1.10'o1'rrmiumuu mi || 'heathen would look on n sacred im- renting of their houses
was riulit: to insist! on being married b11
R efrIr dlctnrb1uc", tnd advised that MiM'UiHiurilki 1'lI..nlh.-*. rte 4.Ts"Ji l.ijni? ae. There was a little one Ih'ln'ftcrllSi u parson null you acre ungenerous to I lection of their rents a i I AA
II.iiiliitm-liouM; I furniture gad j the creek Farmer OWl'ns'd3ul.tpr tiously a? they would --
ill lutternt.. which nny im> beenHMfn.lcrnl refuse biT. Now, let ui+' give;: you a bit j
It 1I\lur. !,"') u> i : llul y. Purty? Ye lt an'gentle Their charges are very I
r bar (nun Naliuiial Kiiuksinol of juhk'o. Miss hens I is Mill !single?
i be -mooched Jown and] Kf vr\r Astrulii ti'lft.'i :: I as a kitten. She tuk n ehine tome i DAILY MENUS tlq
.. I Yes. Well, go to her and tell her that a'
IIU"- from ''I..t.Iuu.
ar wtp?,l out }He rlosei Dy thanking: and h:1II k'r.. 13,!JJ G: I was a fair lookln young feller when; you ur.--t met her you were a j I I
Innfrom rn\fil then straight( :: an' slim an' light! on ,.
; + ui|< my all :
tbwelvtb fM fiiJorsement of him. bliiinlcriiiif Idiot and that later you :' ;e the l"p-t
I.s r..n. U'UI. 1iI1 04 feet One e\euln'! I was apassin'Farmer ( : I\'enul were an obstinate brute. Say that if ,Hotel Dishes the Mar- '
Mr. Loftiu aN"> rej.)ictd in the fact ,t.tlp' ..... t.1 titl'hrrk. Owens', and Palsy! come run1111 .-
i she will overlook your past errors you kets of the World!
; ;
t alhltlh..r! cii.liitem A
t that nothing; mor> ..eri.luoJ than disappointment -*. .. 519..7Sotr I I [ out with her linger n-Mewlin' an'asks will spenil your life in doing penance." I) Afford. .. .
(: CA3IIUN A LA : .
I ototherSallon- + me ter tie It lIl' fur her. I had .
hat "Why, stranger, if I was ter do tnat i I
reguyed from
the Rl Hankt A
raoauFraetlunal ter pit her arm under! mine somehow
} I e cunp.1I, II. The chili wag thanked''clr rvncy, nifkvU Jla.r| cur-uniiivnt an' bold on ter her hand an' wrap the IM never afterward.have my" own way aboutanything i i Is Now Open to the I s""

1" 4.11U linen: strip an' wind the string an* a ; I '
its t"IY.lrt* m his Inhalfand: com-Iphtuentrd i I.\\OT :M.):'. t.) "It is the only way to have your les Private :;
."KK\1. l.HNK.17 \ lot of things all at the same time. ': under the mana '
on its. success in two'I : While I was a duin' of it her hair pot own way about everything with a wo- j' I
I '"'I piH f t2,-e Kegal man. Toss ]it all Into her bands, and Parlor. A'
great conte-t. ap'in lilY creek Iln'-wnal. I lost my *
i L llIHl.Tnutfi
{ she toss it right hack to More
d lO'T i I.>- 25.61J \)'.- 31.1.lotl: 3\1 !: head! an'. turnin", put an arm around you. j
Mr. Cloptou) and John! It. Jones :, n..I"'IIIItn food with l'. 1'0. j I than that, shell expect you to lead 10jh&512t"r' A
her an' her.
;" 1 rrtt.urrr ;3'r of ctrcntauon.n I.I;o t> I I and if don't lead the not of Pensacola )
i in you respect :
wrote( r""r.nt TUT1 L iIII.I\I. .d. you." I I Dinner Daily
the president., I made up my mind she done it all a-pur-
"Yo don't mean 1t': Say Ii RATES REASO
I.i.\hilili. +. j
1 b'llsbe cut her
{ ; j pO"I' finger on- j -
Mr. T. J-:. Wtlll'oI wliscalled I
ouaud what sort of makeup do call
....... a ye that -"
t'npllalGxfipnldm. .. tb>'Iwtw'urpiu t l j tentlonally.! I tell ye, women folks I is By the Day, Week or "
was profuse: in his complimentary : fund ti'"'J t., 'j tricky." anjwayV Orders Promptly JI(

F f I allu-ion t<) the work of the club. 1.1I.I\.I..II'roliti.;l1I.111I1.OuI Irs rairnre; ....'4t;! r: I 1 "I think that was a sets nice feminine The next summer I rode past Farmerhale i I I Table Furnished with Night or Day U
fcn 1It1ulIlIl &u16 1I0t. oUI..ta1d111 s place It was the trimmest 1| Market Atfords.Public
j ,t ll.> announced that: he would retire'. huruothrratloaalbauk:( :3.I I ..'" I remarked.Ivey of 4Jo catching on.": your attention, looking farm In the county. After sup- i'j! -

from politics, but would: hope that Due to+ date 3.4.ll/.i "That's Jist what 1 did do. 1 went ouj per the farmer told me how much bet- Patronage wUb Something, Good to E&! :;
you'll and it at
Kotid-ffllowohip at all\ times would] I'! and banlo.ri .. .. i.+Cl I j from day ter day week ter week, till ter contented he was while Mrs. Dale I i I Free Hample ? =
Uretdeadauapald. : II) was washing the dishes. i:
it seemed if
IndiVIdual d'-POilU me anything happenedbetween Nick :
t j prevail ..ubJO'Ct to chock 1:1,71't' me an' that gal I'd collapse. EDGAR PE IXGTOX. 'i I Sunday Rates Made to Apostle's ,,

Hon. C, K. l'arkhill made :a speech i i Itf drostteruneate. I'; III Sornethin' did happen. Farmer Owens Men. Restaurant.

a* only he can. He denied in toto tertul LlablhUt'i..cbt'clu other..than.. .. .. Ti+ II'I.r. 53 tuk a farm ban' fur the Layln', an' SWEET JAMAICA ORANCES.I .

i lhnip abOCP 4talddBondaccouat. what did Daisy do but take him out in
t the allegation that: any unfairness _._ ;,;.\ lit) her buggy that her father bought fur have purchased through Mr. G. GOVERNOR'S ISLA MIH v\
'' eilfted in the executive commiri < ,1 l her at Christmas an' drive Giardina the entire lot .- '
TOT.\L ..__. .____ H.I.I ...; right by of fine Ja als, in triplicate, for
work and the he that Louse a-purpose ter show him off maica oranges from the schooner
te* ] way roasted: ST *TE or FLORIDA.Coi'Mr OF E..c.uuu.1 age and straw required
I ter me. I tell she had the I I
ye stranger
1 a certain afternoon newspaper was a s** recently arrived, which will be sold the East, during year repair your watches a: 1
I. R. ![. Kuihnell., Ca.lilerof the above- I wickedest ere in her ye ever see" from 20 cents to 40 cents a dozen.H. 30,1903, will be received et In srst-class style. JJ
caution lie conveyed in nice uued hank solemnly swear that the "Another: feminine trait" 1 observed. indicated in
places ; .
( ONAttainment I It true to tie! best of niv I ALFMAN'S FRUIT STORE
s c language the thanks of his wife for) knowlt'd.;" and belief. "Miss: Vas: )' was evidently a woman.'" said hereunder, until 12
315 South
i I I R. M. Bt'SH'ELL.aiul..r., .1 "She was a woman, stranger, an' the Street, next to the 7, 1902. U. S. reserves
I the club'* efforts in behalf of Judge \: Postal Telegraph office
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