The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: June 4, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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Several Lives Reported Lost Every Police Officer In Chi :

In Raging Waters. I i
-- - I cago on Extra Duty.

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p..ctat to The New
KILLED IN I were invited to the dining room
i 1, .1 Jane 4.-The House of
( Houses I Washington, June #.-Bri::l\ller- which was artistically decorated in I' '
i session today will receive Are Submerged, Business Par Strikers Have Redoubled Their Picket ,
j ROCK QUARRY I General Wood }s at work here closing palms and ferns; there a bountiful :
alyzed and Railroads Blocked-Mayor j Forces to Dissuade Non-union Men
,. : Kdward'a: message in reference I I table with anold [ j
-- Barr Has Called Meeting to Pro I From Carrying Meat-Buildings of j up the affairs of cur government I groaned ashioued,
South Africa. : anti bellum '
.1' lit : wedding supper, con-
of intervention in Cuba. General I
special to The :Nws.Toccoa. vide Measures for Relief. the Packers Are Under Guard
-?cted the mee will an- 1 i II sisting of everything to be enjoyed,
: x-; Ga., June 3.-At the rockquarry : i I Wood still bear the ,
Joliet 111.. June 3.-Jollet is in the :,
Chicago, June Chicago's entire both eating and drinking
conferring ef a title of on the Southern railway, about
; 2 miles from Toccoa. Hud Corn, about grasp of the worst !loo'lln its history. ;!, police force is on active or reserveduty !i after lowering the flag of the United After a most pleasant evening all
All the lower portion of the city is I !
General Kitchener and today as a result of the serious
45 old, the : of the
years superintendent I States and that of the
hoisting new
wished Mr. and \Irs. Burnett j
under water and it is rumored that aspect assumed by the stock yards a hap-
,,. hen substantial reward for quarry, was instantly killed.
? Mr. Corn with his force of hands several lives have been lost. The police teamsters' strike yesterday. Every patrolman j republic of rendering a final accountof py voyage through life, and voted I

,i.va-ei. The reward will prob touched off three blasts and retired hate names of Eddie McGovern, on a furlough reported for i iI his administration a* military Mr. and Mrs. Pryor a prince and
Lizzie MrGoar. and a little girl named duty today and of the police on
,, I some distance waiting for the explo- many
,I' ; I i. i alf a million. Kennedy drowned. 1 I princess of entertainers.
crossing duty in the downtown district governor.
I I sion. One report followed Immediately I v

King aked;; the House oft 'Ii but the other blasts seemed to be Several families had narrow escapes i Vt'U held in readiness for emergency When asked today his opinion as Many lovely and valuable gifts .
and the police rescued in boats. I
many calls. They were assembled ear- testify the popularity the
failures. After waiting for several young; :
for !: for Gene
: :-non today 50,000 Several houses and other buildingswere to the duration of the Cuban
I ly In the morning at headquarters and : republic
i minutes Mr. Corn concluded that the couple. I
Kitchener in appreciation of hisuM swept away in the floods, Jefferson were given definite orders to prevent
i fuse bad been extinguished by some General Wood said; am sureI
I : and other principal streets are disturbance egch u marked yester-
and with of his laborers fbTlF
means one f
in ending the war, after the I THREE
a: he returned to the location of the under water and business places are day'i deliveries of meat by the pack- wish the new government a long I

flooded, causing thousands of dollars have doubled their
of era. The strikers
lJpUre Cronje. blasts.
life of prosperity. The United States
damage. pIcket forces to dissuade non-unton ON GALLOWS
Just as he reached the spot those
Parliament gave Lord Roberts standing off some distance saw the The street car lines are all severely men from carrying meat from the_railroad i3 in the position of a rich, affectionate ,

damaged and no cars are running. All hotels
.. errsLORD branch houses either to --
body of Mr. Corn, rorka and dirt fly parent, who set up in business! a !
trains are stalled, water being 2 feet
and raatauraats or distributing pointson
The laborer who
upward. negro accompanied Special to tile News.
deep over the railroad tracks. Severe the "Big Eight" packing establish son arriving at the age of maturity.I "
Mr. Corn was thrown downan
KITCHENOR Raleigh! June 3.-Governor Aycock
washouts have occurred on the electric
ments. All the buildings of packers
embankment a distance of fully do not believe there will be domestic has issued warrants for the execution
lines between here and Chicago. are under guard, the police assisting
ENCLAND 50 feet, but escaped uninjured.
of three men at Salisbury Tue.Jay.July .
Heavy rains which continued all in many Instances. The strikers dUsention so intense as to

night caused Hickory and Spring 8.Two.
deprecate yeitarday'a lawlessness and
(Durban: Natal, June 4.-The creeks to burst their banks, and It Is disclaim responsibility for it. They cause fighting. I have no doubt of them are Dick Fleming and:

ROBBED FATHER rumored that Hickory creek dam east there will be some exceedingly live- Dick Blanton negroes, who assaulted
Time of Natal states Lord Kitch- I laY In all Instances the work of the whit
Mrs. Belle! Livergood, a young
of this has
city partially collapsed,
mobs that of only.
has started to and j was sympathisers ly debate in congress, especiallyover widow, who was In her home with her
t-uor : England OF HIS GOLD i sending the flood waters down In a I I Delivery drivers of the big departmenritores -
homes from little daughter. They broke Into her
the of the
torrent. of have payment patriot
that General: Lyttleton i is acting: have become more diisat- : and
I her down committed -
house, knocked
on* to three feet of water in the first : Isaed with tbair( portions and< threaten '
commander-in-chief of the Ktiti-h I army. the crime. .
stories. | to make the TatnTstar? strike stillj
Speeul to Tile News. I I The other man to be hanged 1. :
forces in :South Africa.THE Major Barr has called a special more serious by tying all delivery. General Wood will welcome inquiry
: j up of Joha i
I' for the
Atlanta. June ::1.-'On the charge of Archie Conley
meeting of the council this
city of the
Today the teamster employes
rohlnne his old father of $S.H) in gold. [I as to his military administra- Todd. He picked a quarrel with Todi II
afternoon to take measures for the relief Boston store struck. The Fair teamcters -
Charley Jones, an Arabian, was arrested of j I Ition.IBURNETTEASLEY. about a cigarette and as Todd turnedto
BALLOTON I lIutrlrers.Iany: of the people are already out and other men
I s by City Detectives Walton and i go away stabbed him to death.
were driven from their homes bv ;
I I who were '>r ss d Into service on theI
Steint last night! and locked up at police the flood. The damage was more widespread
early today met with constant
PEACE TERMS barracks. At the same time An- than at first supposed. The estimated -I wagons blockades formed by sympathizing Quality I is what makes price. IfBurnett's

drrwVatta., a friend of Jones', was reaches I Vanilla! Extract was BO better
property damage $75- tcanititf In other wag! -ms along their' I
arrestoil and held until th* case couldbe WOO' to $100.000. Factories and storesall routes. : i WEDDING MONDAY than other extracts its price wouldbe

e IL tiT'he t.u. further Investigate!. over the city are flooded. Many The drivers of A. M. Rothschild ft: the same. Once tried, always
George Jones, au aged; Arabian peddler i used.
streets ruined the
f-oria, June J.-The burgherj are pavements being Co. held a meeting {In the basemen
who !lives .
ato. 8i)4 Decatur all washed
and I
away hundreds of i of the store and threatened to go out.
';-ates; in balloting over the peace !street has been hoarding his money small buildings are wrecked. The early Police were called to all the stores A quiet and pretty home weddingtook Strike at Des Molnea

i Mti.>n at Vreenijing voted 51 for for several years, lie bought 120 gold report that a portion of Hickory I; where men had struct or made demon place at "Oakland" corner of Des Moines, Ia., June 3.-One hua
pieces and hid them in small ired union machinists
away a creek dam including boilermakers
was washed out has been :
rr-uder and 6 against.For ttratlona. Tenth avenue and Fourteenth street,
trunk In ha room. Ha cumulated i confirmed. I and blacksmiths, are on strike
There has been
no serious
At 10 o'clock the teamsters of all the
----- -- $1.6DO in this way and had all the gold trouble as yet from the drainage chan j j the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. here, and approximately 150 plumber
County Commissioner.I I AIR State street department stores
locked "IHe did not open the trunk I W. have quit work. Union steamflttars
in the
nel. Pryor,
Part of the Monday evening,
penitentiary flooded
I : friend of J. B. Roberts an- was I| struck. The number of men out at the
for several weeks until yesterday afternoon and gasfttten have acted I
i-uncf l.mi as a candidate for but not seriously and the convicts nine big stores is estimated at 530. I presence of relatives and a few select Joint.
retl'c when he ml id. exactly half Iy.rlth the plumbers. The iron
at work usual.
are as The water is and order-
Everything as yet quiet
\ :"-in' n county commissioner'mm of his friends molders will strike unless
money or their demands
did not reach the cell houses II -
or shops. lye A train of ::0 wagons loaded withmeat
r>i-trict 1, subject to the action The oM! man susptoionefl( pili ..Ionand The flood Is slowly receding. The : The contracting parties: were Mr. are met. }chlnUts and mold-
..I ",f democratic from the stock yards made its
primaries July reported the matter to (ftift &rr en demand reduction to nine
e. hour
I Ii. T.t-y: believe that the material P railroads am in a helpless condition. ; way to the down town district early ; Delwin Dee Burnett of Louisville,

inter e..tof the! county demand his The t>on was arrested with Andrew The Rock Island bridge over the drain under a of police. !I Ky., a most estimable man without decrease In wages. Plumber '
young and
rn-elei-tii"! and tl.ey ask: the support Watts and they will be given a trial ago canal has been moved 18 inches steamfltteri demand 60 cents a

i-f every J. nincrat in securing it. today.SPECIAL cut of line by the flood and no trains taSraR employed by the Standard Oil Co., fay Increase.

can pass. The tracks of the' Chicago and Miss Maude Estelle Easley, sis Ij
Chain Workers' Union "
--- --?-'""'-- -- and Alton and of the Santa Fe Meets.
_w 1. Ii are ter-in-law to Mr. Oeo. Pryor.To .
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i l { under water and a Santa Fe bridge annual convention -
( ) 1I the sweet strains of IendehsonMi of the Chain Workers'
south of the city was washed away. I j UNCHANGED union:
SALE Ten miles! of Michigan Central transfer s Clara Pryor, daintily dressed in i of North America is In session at Brad
I dock Pa., with delegates
\ 'track Is ruined and a bridge leading white organdy, bearing: the wedding present fro>1y
l l i I all parts of the country.TODAY'S ,
to an elevator was carried The .
1 ) away. I Special to The News. j ring on a silver tray, entered thee -
: \ Joliet stove works Is flooded with 4 V'iikesbarre.: Pa.. June 3.-
-OFBlackDress- S | The situa-( parlor closely followed by the maidof MARKET REPORT'BY
feet of
water and the damage amounts e
I : I j tlon in the Wyoming region today a
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i 'o nearly '15.000. The Joliet Warehouse i i j far as i U relates to the engineers! fir e- honor, Miss Maud Cooper, who -

: company is damaged to the extent men acd pump runners anal the mineworkers was joined midway in the room by S.\COLA8TOCK EXCHANGE
of $10,000. and other losses in the I I
t generally shows no change the best man, Mr. George Emanuel. East Government Street.!
I IIlL same ratio are from all I'
Goods reported parts
from that of yesterday. Peace reigns !
of the city.Business. I throughout this vallay and all the collieries The bride and groom, entering from BTOCKd. .i. .

-_ ) is paralyzed and schoolsare that had not voluntarily closed opposite doors met under a beautiful
( closed. The Open Hizh. Low. I
that are not down their pumps during the last ten wedding bell of hydrangeas, sus Hugar..l27Jt 12S .
i iI 1271.
f submerged 123
a-A.T-o are thronged with sightseera. '
,I ( ) The police and firemen assist days continue to keep their mines free pended beneath the arch of the fold Atch..- lu8( !,I)?s 79? 804'( _I'
( 1 from water. There were a few changes U. 8 .... 3! !4 40 39 Vj 39?,' '
ed by volunteer squads of helpers are lug door There the two were Ill '
( against the men at starting this: morning 15214 152i4151X 151?; i:
I THE BIG STORB. ; it work all over the city relieving suffering which wore generally in favor of made one by the Rev. Frederick L. dt X..137 137 137 137 '
and trying to restore order 1i. O. P .11.10 1W 99&i 100 ,
the Some
strikers. of the companies, i
Jones in
i I ceremony of Man. 132 132't' 132 132*.i .
however have a reserve force in readiness
f i !
t.Paul.1694e '
the Baptist: church. 169J4'169'jf 169;
1 to take the places of any men I I Penn..149',,' .149j 149?; 149K

1i i who quit work. Svral collieries! are The bride looked bewitching in an H. P..... 64,'* 6.t', 64 18' ft4g! f

i OREGONELECTIONS said to be working short handed, and exquisite costume of crepe de chine U. P....b04'< NWg( 1048 104,4 .
T.C.I. fi4 l 8y 6Hi! 64 64

f We Offer for this Week 1, If many*. operators more men will leave be compelled their poststhps. to with rich trimmings of lace and C.F.I-Wrl.i' 99l, Wh 99if

chiffon and sprays of orange bud,
( shut down and th mines allowed to

-- become flooded. carrying a magnificent bouquet of NEW YORK COTTON

Our entire stock of Sheer Woolen Fabrics, i Special to Tile Nei'.. Reports are constantly coming In bride's roses and maidenhair ferns. Open. HI h. Low Close ,

: Portland. Ore., June 3Returnsfrom from the surrounding region! of petty The maid of honor was beautifully July ....b67 876 866 872

i consisting of Ettamines Mistral Gren- yesterday's elections are still Incomplete violence perpetrated principally by A ugat ..8-16 849 834 845 "
but boys, but no one has as yet been seriously gowned in white organdy with satin Bept .7W 7M 796 797 i' ..
partial returns from all
... ..
)| adines and Lace Stripe Mohair Skirting at j but six of the 33 counties in the itate hurt. At Miners mills a short trimmings. The groom and best Oct 7S1 782 777 780 ,

distance north of here, there
was a
give Oaarga' E. Chamb rlaln (Dem.) man were ia regulation evening CHICAGOWHEAT.Open. .
(l )). gathering of strikers, headed by a fife
for a majority of 1,150. Chamberlain
governor .
( High
dress. Low.
I i
and drum last
( ) !II running ahead of his ticketin band night and this July.... 718 72 71}-- I

, I nearly every county In the state morning but the men did nothing butmarch After the ceremony congratulations Sept .... 69Ji 70JX 69)' 70'/4 7U.' :. '

ii' i = off H Hi I II and from the returns it U estimated around the town. They kept were extended and the guestsHOSTETTER'S CORN

.33 3 ... Hl that his majority will reach 2,800. away frcm tie eolllarla, which are Open. Hi rh. Low. Close :i i '
protected by coal and iron
I ) The Republican state ticket with police. July... 61#; 698 61V61J/

r .'1 ) the exception of gararnar, will haveclosa i Kept .... 57J. M -' 57J-i 68>J !' ".

r l to 10,000 majority, and both Pickets Guard Calliery.Mahonor I IleA

|; This is a Rare Chance to Secure Stylish houses of the legislature will be Republican City. Pa., June 8.-Three STOMACH V Alt STORES MARKET. 'I :

i Insuring the alacUan of a hundred ualoa picket guarded the ap- BITTERS. .,
) preaches to Tuoaal ridge oolllery, of la Reported Dally for The News by
Dress Goods. Republican United States senator to a specific remedy for ailments
succeed John Simon. the PhiladaJphla and Beading Coal andIron of the stomach, liver and bowels Naval Store Co.BOII5. < i>

( ) oaapaay at tke western end ef and is backed by hundreds : ; !

) the of voluntary testimonials. We WW ____._,13 61) I
otty today and refused to H __ M I
I ((1) When You Go Into ft Drug Storeto Jamie pus would therefore urge every suf ._.__. ,_ a :so 8 _- _-1.) I'WQ <
) Eollowar. Charles Carl, GeorgeOliver N___ s in __ :
a bottle of Painkiller, examineit ferer from INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA -- ar 'i'
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: and WlUlata Dodds, all bosses 1--: 1 26
carefully to see if it is made by FLATULENCY, CONSTIPATION It ___ 2 4i ._limn mm A 20 f '
+ I ffuff ware lined to return home. Maple HEADACHE OR LIVER __ 1115 C A below, ,,, 1 aBriRiTi :
1\:} Perry Davis, and don't be persuaded HJ11 colliery resumed the hoisting! AND KIDNEY TROUBLE to try it. TvannIa-r}.. i

; l t([ taLjiiaon & $On. I to take something "just as good" because oi water this morning. Strikers held It will cure you. FOR SALE BY

j it is a few cents cheaper. QB the engineers at the Gllberton water DRUGGISTS, with our PRIVATE b the latest! I

,There is only one Painkiller, "Perry satft this moraine and as a result tle.STAMP over the neck of the bot L I f a Norma Bee L. Bear& Co'iadTerti3ement
'-- ( ) Avoid substitutes. In i
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Ut rt Reports Show That Only Twelve CATARRH Nasal fLy Charged With Killing AntonioDel CANCEROUS ULCER
k Pino In Porto Rico.
: Men Were Killed In Fight.
In all ia erases tbcr* Ponce, P. R., June 3.-Barnabe Ace-
I Fheclx, Ark., June 3.-In brief the tttory
of the latwt YaquI disUrbances: eaotild be cJtD't +ess vedo, Jose Torres, Ramon Troche Ca-
cream Balm } and Juan Torres the
e deno four men
N tarnished from Xogales by a man: : bthe
who talked! with General Torres Friday ekazs.etloMLteudteaa I|I found guilty of murder, robbery and'
d.teLoed mesae. sometimes from and when and where
outrage committed in October, 1898, develop very trifling canses, you would least
ftt Torres station Is ts follows: I:com catarrh and drive I I I expect
Juan Guamei. Mayor Dow and Juan | say a road: la tie tied at Guayo. a suburb of Adjutas, were them. A boil, or abscess, burn, blister, wart, tumor, mole, or the simplest little pap.e:

jidartlnes timekeepers at El Carmen quick Cream:7. Balm li placed: Into the Dtwtril,tprtadi !} garrotted here today. They were alt. may be the beginning point of a malignant, frightful looking Cancerous Ulcer.

ranch. had trouble Wednesday with over tie meiLbru.e u-i :i a:>60rbtd. Relief L! 1m1 1 I I I put to death within 50 minutesAU Apparently there is no difference between a Cancerous and Common Ulcer w\.'
the condemned !
1'aqul employes end were killed. A mt their crimes. Two of them aided they first make their and for this reason ulcer no matter how insigmfci
the appearance every
? mail nnmber of Ysquis took up arms tot preface cttz.Lf. Large Size,50 crati at Druzfts :- A
io prevent tie arrest of their friends or by icaU; trji Size: ,:o team by mail ''! executioner to adjust the garrote and or harmless it may seem, and all slow healing sores should excite suspicion and cai ,e
ILT BR TBERS.6o Vants Street.:New Tort : forgave him for putting them to death.
1 the murderers. : alarm, particularly if any of your ancestors ever had Cancer, or you have good reason :
Governor Izabel and 100 soldiers One of the prisoners misted the adJustment think blood is for the after all is the
your impure; sore only outgrowth the
Q Carmen ranch and found t | of the cloth over his face. extern:,,,
that went tte to Taquis had retreated up the |I THE DISCOVERY.i. > He said he wanted to die with his evidence of polluted blood, and nothing can check its progress until the cancer taint

mer, where their friends were join. Upon ble! coat she found a hair "* face uncovered. Finally, after 15 mln- vitiated: blood has been purified. All efforts to heal the ulcer by means of salves or otter

them with from various A yellow Lair. Her own was black. I I utes' struggle, he was subdued. There external remedies will result in
f inc arms! failure for such treatment can have no possible effect
} Some women In their blank 30 witnesses of the
rtfiches. Thursday afternoon lzabel'eetntnand I tinU&ht have had a heart attack. i I tion.were only execu- the deadly germs and morbid matter that form in the blood and are carried through:;
i found 100 f fighting men and
EOO omen and children: and engaged: Although Ihe loved him parsing well ( The men were executed for the mur- circulation to the sore.
f And deemed hIm faithful hitherto aer of Antonio Delgado del Pino andi
them at Los Tanques on the Sonora '
\ She had co wretched fainting U.
.1 river Eight Yaquis and two Mexicans : Nor did the make a great to do. II tI I t i the outrage of the woman of his house- MOTHER, TWO AUNTS, AND ONLY A SMALL SCRE CAME CN THE WOULD SCAB OVER, BUT NOT

were Killed. The 'YaQuig retreated toward I i I hold near Adjutas: September 30, SISTER DIED OF CANCER
She did not weep she did not 1\:1
Mazatlan and General Torres is Or utter any Ort of cry; ,:, 18S8. OF THE BREAST. J I

In pursuit! hoping to cut off their retreat : Her flower face it did not pale; ; About the first of Ftbmary, 1899, I )fr.Jno.MassieOwensboroKy *T:W
to the river and the Sierra IadrpJrIOUnta.i.lls. She did not even heave a sigh. : Loubet Receives Cabinet's Resignation I had a Cancer on )left breast, -whichcmsed I noticed a small lump on the inside of my "About three years ago a blister Ct.:::
; me for three four :'aAttim
Paris. June 3.-At a cabinet council great pain ; or ; lip. It ar.r.c't'cl I side of
Other military officers are She could not from herself disguise years thelower tIle considerably-the( right mr
Ft working with him and they have the The fact or feign to dl tle\e; I held at the Elyit palace today, pains were deep and : the doctor cauterized it an-1 in a few days ;> noe. It grew steadishooting. -

,4 situation well in band. Only] twelve The hair wa plain before her eyes | I and at which President Loubet presid. The nicer .it dropped c.T! but shortly after another hID. spacefill effort* Ct
' There was another on his sleeve: A I anti broke into !to heal it up;the pain
: Aiul in
; men were killed ed. the premier. M. Wai deck Rouse c dt.chargedyellowand came au (!'casore. t
t rather offensive mat- !, spite of tLe large. nin.lr of remedies I was! not \ery severe \4
Ah. no! There could be no mietal.. eau, formally presented the reslfna- t at first, bthe U increased .
IJ Tea, they were yellow as could be! ,' tion of the cabinet and in so doing .; ter. I had giten up| tiled, it wor.nl not heal. I then went to I when
WORK OF THE SENATE. sore began ,
Such things have caused fond hearts :t0 : all hope,as tlie doctors ,another. an\l l.e rare me s'. "letting to t
break expressed the sentiments of gratitude ....... _-J- --j .._ gave tae no relief put on the sore, :i;.gig if it lul i not cure I j to inflame and d lis- '
. t Debate on Philippines Bill-Measure And made all love and trust to flee. which his colleagues and himself retaIned -i My mother, two le would c::t the sole crt I sel Ins ': charge mtterAt :c. ,} I ,
.1yr! Will Undoubtedly Pass. for the coastant kindness the -- aunts and an only sisdied medicine, but received. no benefit I detiiuentbeplacewould 1 '0 ,
..; Washington Jane S.-After a debate What dM that loving damsel do'Tou'll president had shown them. President ,, ; /4" /I'71 I' '..ter of Cancer of cl.lt'll a blood P:'r.:-.er What I needed, scab \" and appear J ti
very likely Jeer and scoff %. '" 't 0 t>e getting well.
( the breast, and I and began to take S. S S. y
/ aui The rker.tS
Because It will Loubet, in reply, said he regretted the f I i "'
oa the Philippines government bill seem strange to you .
: f' but scab i
,q J 11 satisfied that \'Ould'j ,
'IW I gro\\iUK
But she, gerently picked them oft. decision of the ministers and thanked ,$) too, rapi,1Iy. with sosie pain and a l .
week the latt off
k. continuing Ef-\en senate drop leaving a
would have been
crawlin .
gone creeping feeiiig -\t LI-t f.. C* : t. t
trot this afternoon will reach a final vote I think I raid already that them for the co-operation they had ;, but forS.S.S. Ifeltsomehetterafterthe S. seemed to ::;..ke tl.e sere ,\Ulout I ired nosy lookingj =

upon the measure. That the bill will She' loved her liner pa"ing"elt.. lent him in difficult t>cirs.I j i fir-tittle.antiafter: rs-ngonly: seven},ot. I tliis soon d'anped, and af'er 11 h:. 1 t'ikeii'' ulcer. I bad almost deepairelties Ti

be passed it Leyoed daub But he had Just put down the cat. j i i v.a-i csneil. This was several years !jwcn bottles! tl.e place l.e..k.l et-tinh ; i! curing the Cancer when mvI

When the senate convened at 11 And pursy was a tortoise shell Newt ,I Have Fled to Mexico. I IChl'ago. Ij l jo but Bare even no signs of the Cancer mv general health ir/.pwed ansi I am as was c.iled to S. S. S., and :..fsince. '. .

c'clock tmb1r.: chairrcan! Chicago : June 3.-A dispatch from I would nr).(e all who are suffering wtll now as ever and t.o sins of the dis-1 I few bottles the Cancer begi: I. ,
Frye, on j
I IJd..a1 from the disease
I to give S. S. S. a trial. f ease hart been teen siuce.MRS. i grow smaller: the disbar l'c'
naval afTaus, reported th- naval appropriation and R..al. i New Orleans sacs four of the representatives I Beltou, 'Io. CASSELU Hollands
JAMES S. C. W. P. rROW a. i j 1 WAS relieved of the tern: : <.
? bill and gave notice he of the big packing houses I

. would call ItII' for consideration at ', against which the government has Ini Cancerous Ulcers can be readied only by a remedy that acts upon and thrr'tt:.

, the earliest: possible time "titutfd criminal. taking proceedings! with them hate all disappeared -, blood system, and this is just what S. S. S. docs. It goes to the fountain head of the (:.
Mr._Fora.l'r a5td up the house concurrent of
j resolution calling for thanks of their books and records. Officers are and drives out the germ producing poisons which cause the ulcer, and purifies and 1 u'

congress to F<-
Hay for his memori address delivered three are reported enroute to Mexico. logical treatment for sores of this character.

to th* two branches of congress I I By the use of S. S. S. the ulcer is .
en th' Iifp and services of William Bloody Strike Riots In Austria.I

)!rKint-)' Vienna, June 3.-There were fur. strong blood, which quickly allays the inflamm: '

Mr. Aliis-on;: moved that the senate ther strike riots at Lemberg Gallcia. and forces out all the irritating poisons, and a"o\\-: *

concur in tl,4! resolution' and the motion "Watch de prince awaken de sleepln' last night during which a detachmentof sore to heal naturally and permanently. S. S. S.

was a ;rt-ed to without comment U-auty wider kiss." hussars charged a mob. It is reported "
also as a tonic and where the constitution has be .
i crdhision.Mr. that several children were killed
}:: Pettus of Alabama on account y.?71r .Nt; ,M rN ,r u j., a.-C,tf'} r.r A number of persons wounded debilitated and weakened, it restores vitality and strengthens the nervous system, and be ; a

tr ot other duties withdrew from the during yesterda riots have died in t I the appetite and digestion. S. S. S. contains no Mercury, Potash or other minerals, buns

with a like committee of the house
with respect to differences as to conference Crop Report of Alabama. Those having a chronic ulcer or sore of any kind that is slow in healing, whether

reports, and Mr. Te t"ij!r. of Montgomery Ala., June 3.-State located upon the body or internally, will receive medical advice and such special information

Colorado, was named in his stead. Commissioner of Agriculture Poole as they desire free of cost. Book on Cancer and Other Diseases of the Blood sent free.

has issued a crop report in which he THE SWIFT SPECIFIC
Interesting to Asthma Sufferers. \5" cwt says rains have been general everywhere 'I ,

Daniel Bante of Otterville, Iowa, 1 except in the Tennessee valley, i Sated Frim an Au t'ut Fate I - ---- -- ------ -

writes: "I have bad asthma for and that cotton conditions are fine. ROYAL STANDARD \WfllSKHf
Corn conditions leave "Everybody said I had consump-
three or four years and have tried "GtH-I Ills ain't! no fairy tale1! -New desired. Oats nothing to be tion," writes )Irs. A.1.. Shields' of
are a ,!!lure.
about all the cough and asthma York Journal I Cbambersburg, Pa., "I was eo low
.2 I. 8 Years Old in Cases of 4 Full Quarts at S3.ZO can
cure in the market and have received I after six months of severe sickness, per
treatment from physician* Ml M.flj' \rrangeil. I! Killed Because Ho Had No Rum. j(i ,caused by Hay Fever and Asthma,

in New York and other citle!?, "Oh. yes, it's all nVi-ly! arranged." phe Greenville S. e., June 8.-Cab. i n i that few thought I could get well,
but little benefit Jones shot !' 'but I learned of the marvelous THIS WHISKEY distilled at the Nel-on C
got very until told her ehuui. "He has found it and killed Coker Smith merit
practically :
I tried Foley's Honey and hnl.ussibie to lire on his income at Grees yesterday. Both parties are I|. 'of Dr. King's New Discovery for before bottling., Distillery! it,is and absolutely is fully matured and in not won excelled
Tar which Rave me immediate Consumption, used it, and was com- pure
and he needs to negroes. Jones asked Smith for lu
relief me economize some quality by any Whiskey of the same ap
and I will never be pletely cured. For desperate Throat J
without it in my hou e. I sincerely for lint so we'ie going to be married" 'liquor.. and upon his saying that he ]and Lang Diseases it U the safest no matter where produced. The Royal Standar

recommend it to all." W. A. D'Af- "But you have found it practically didn't have any Jones pulled his pis1 1' 1 cure iu the world and is infallible is eight years old when bottled, and, conide-

embelte, lil :ri. Palafox. iini ossilile, to dress yourself on your tol and fired. Jones has been arrested I for Coughs, Colds and Bronchial its excellent quality, is the cheapest whisk %
allowance," buggered the chum doubt : and is now in jail. )I Affections. Guaranteed bottles Me. the market at that price. As a beverage. ai 'ian

fully. !J and $1.00. Trial bottles free at W.A. absolutely pure stimulant, there is none bees
i : k11&tiiti (Shipped in case containing marks whatev-
; PLAYS AND PLAYERS. rrul'," Fhe admitted, "and so I need !'|' This Will Interest Man. j D'Alemberte's,121 South Palafox.CA.STORJ.A. indicate contents. If purchaser no! upon exam

; him to economize fur tae It'" a Fplen To quickly introduce B. B. B. j the whiskey, is not satisfied with the quaIl'
Archie (; has dl' iI1I'(1 did: : .. I
unn ; the dresses arrangement:: doubt thilikY'Chleao
you -
(Botanic Blood Balm the famous can return the same at our expense and in
), Bears the Kind: Yea Hart Altars Bct t
for the i the
CuauiU-rlju production, "TLe : Post. t? will be refunded.
Defender." .*.-..., -. ; Southern blood cure, into new j Sgnature! -JJ-#' _' All orders should be accompanied by > .

1, Melba will not KO Australia, but Well Supplied. homes, we will send, absolutely free, I I or I i: icarnAesoiD currency, postoflice money order, bank draft 'i

1>.,,ill probably sing lu concert in America "1.Orl:." said the employer\ to the 10,000 trial treatments. Botanic r- press money order. We refer to First Nat

next ba!'on. office troy "you hare already been off i Blood Balm iB. B. B,/ quickly cures I The finest line of umbrellas in the .' IL Bank or any merchant in Pensacola.

When Mrs Patrick Campbell, comes twice because your grandfather was old ulcers, scrofula, eczema, itching city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go look ;

to Ibis country next fcous-ou sbn will be dead, and today you want off on the skin and blood humors, cancer, eating at them. I S. A. FRIEDMAN

her own mauager.itertha same excuse. How Is that?" i i boils
festering sores, ,carbuncles,
Seasonable householdand
Calbnd will star next year In 'Oh. sir, answered the office boy,
pimples or
"Notre Dame" under tLe niauagcmcnt struggling again;: the temptation to eruptions, painsin kitchen utensils at the SOLE PROPRIETOR, PENSACOLA: FLA.
bones dt joints, rheumatism! ca- I
tot Daniel rrobm.iii. < rush to the window and watch the

Dan I\wy. comedian! and Ma- l>-eball I.aradeh, sir, I am painedto tarrh, or any blood or kin trouble.i Willis Hardware Co.'s. [i l5 4 P. O. BOX 418. TKLKTHONt: i l"::
i Botanic Blood! Balm B. B, B. heals I
tell (
i, belle Ciiliuan lire engaged, the marriage you that i oor prandfather was a ]I ) |

taking place next tail.I. bigamist."-Baltimore American. every sore or pimple, makes the 1 DR. KING'S I *.t e.Aatane.AN _-'I handle every class of Liquors -
blood and rich and
. There are a number of attractive features pure nop alii bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail, at priet'.j
The Poor Tailor. aches and pains. Botanic Blood (
in "The Little Diielu-bs" that ap- TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR are way down.
Balm B. B. B.
"Your tailor is a mighty poor one ) thoroughly tested :
heal strongly to children. I for 30 years in hospital and private' AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
said an Atchison! woman to her husband.
The regular: MWCOII In New York, It is practice, aad has cured thousands of THAT COLD.
"This is the third time I've -
"t laid will co't'! CiirliiT than usual on account cases given up as hopeless. Sold at'' TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
of the dearth of }ioo
Louis Mann and his managers, HiohA tllpbe.! free treatment write to Blood Balm ConsumptionCoughs,
Co., Atlanta, Ga. Medicine sent at Colds Bronchitis Asthma
lams, will part company at the ,
How to Avoid Trouble. once, prepaid. Describe trouble and
close of the present beacon, after the Now is the time to provide yourself free medical advive /given. Botanic PneumoniaHayFeverPleu- Plumber Gas and Steam fitter
successful years' ns>i*>ciation.
Blood Balm (B. B. B. gives life 1
and family with a bottle of ) risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, ,
vigor and strength to the blood. The
4 s If..rrr. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and finest Blood purifier made. Botanic Sore Throat, Croup and No. i South Palafoz
broke! down and bad togo Diarrhoea Remedy It is almost Blood Balm Ftreet.
"Yes. Pitcher (B. B. It) gives a Whooping Cough.NO
certain to be needed before the um-- Blood All Kinds! Oi: Plumbing and Oaa Fittings MsirrMN Kept on HI"d
away fur his health""What healthy supply to the skin and .. .
was the matter with him?" tner is over, and if procured now entire "system.' CURE. NO PAY. Y"Rn1fJC tam wNI.' A"-
may save you a trip to town in the -- -- Price 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. ,
"Every complaint known to man. night or in busiest
your season. It .
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"1I0\\' couid that! beV"He is everywhere admitted to be the: ATTENTION BATTERY B. --
was a rental agent! -Indianapolis most succeesfulmedicine in use for 3SyflC.jfta.very

l News.ji bowel complaint, both for childrenand You are hereby ordered to astern- :, FOB STEAM DIVISION .
.. adults. No family can afford to i ble at armory hall lycdnesdayJune '!
be without it. For I sale by all druggists ltql9Irl, at 8 o'clock in full uniform i, PENS\COtiA ELFCIRtCTEHM1RA (rSUCCESOK TO AVERY WouI.KOl K.: )
,: Read It in His Newspaper. and medicine dealers. for the regular drill. BaMnes of im- :1' HAlLWAY COMPANY

t George Scbaub, a well known German -- portance will be transacted. Fail IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
Trains leave Pensacola tor tbe LitiiKayoa
citizen of New Lebanon, Ohio, not. i Big Cayou Warrlngtoa.Ntry Iar'
i jg a conetint reader of the DaytonHe The Happy! Home is the! By order of A. H. D'Alemberte, and Fort barrancai atesuam.ardveatYortBarrancas HARDWARE.
i! Nell Captain. CHAS VILLAR,
folkscihriyf. knows that thispaper a.i:
1st Sergeant.Foiey's 10:00 a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancai 10:46"D
!! aims to adverti-e only! the furnished home. Marston --- -- 1:00 p.m.arrive at Fort Barranoai 1 stS p r
t i l. beet in its column: *, and when he. awChamberlain's 1.30 p.m.arrive at Fort Barrancai t:19 p is Iron, Nail?, Axes fcjhovds, Saw Mill arid !4'Pflmhoat
$ Quina can supply Kidney Cure I 8:15 p.m.arrive at Kort Barrancai 7:00pr. and
; Pain Balm advertise you : "8:00 p.m..arrive at Fort Barraneai 8:66 11.11 Supplies, Cooking Heatitj --\tI.v-, Taint, Oils
therein for lame back, IIP did not with all needed in the way nukes kidneys and bladder right.e Trains save Fort Barrancai Penis Window Glass, Guns!, Pistols jncl Fi 'in:; T-ipfcle.
hesitate In buying a bottle <>( it for I cola at
of house furnishings at th and Tinware
Ii his wife, who for eight week* had We will launder I 7:15 a.m.lrrlve at Pen acola__. 8ora.n: Agate ana IIou'cru"n ishing (Joods.AGENti .
:! suffered with thetnost terrible pain* lowest prices cash or credit. your spreads tot illSJOp m. arrive at Feniacola_ll: r.n
16 cents each and make them look !' i:00 p. m.arrive at Vfoacola.___ tM II.a FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMI'ANV"' 3
in her back and could get no relief. -- !like uw. Star Laundry. | 5on p m arrive at Fensucola..._, sad p n
He says: "After using the Pain SCHOOIj St'l'I'LlES 7W p m.arrive at Veciaeola_ I:4J p Revere Giant Stitched Pelting, Northampton Emery
Balm for a few days my wife aid tome 1e5: p. m.arrive It Ftniacola_ .Usi Wheel Co., Liftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kilbomine -

*I feel as though born anew,' At C, V. Thompson' No. 11 South ;i '\jatllrCS.y., only Iron King and Buck Stoves and Ranfrfs, Wm.
and before using the entire content! PaUfnz. /f | PABB PO* WKKK DAYS Coup & ("0.8' Raw Hide: Lace Leather, Masurv'al
of the bottle the unbearable pains PensACola to Fort Barrancai ana zebra fc- \ ->Ha Railroad Colors. *
Besides the FenacolatoSavy Yard and return__ liPeniacola
standard lines
had entirely vanished and she could of sea TbU ilgnatuM It on box tea to Palmetto Beach
'j; every : o genuine I and retcrt IVSUXDAT
again take up her household dutie! tionery we have, in tints, with envelopes 'laxative BromoQuiniReT&bieu WHIDDDE. Masonic Temple. @ Pensacola. Fla.

, He is very thankful and hopes that Royal match Crystal Bond.Hurd' : the rented/ that curve .cols] lu one Hmj. I;'i When weather prmtn tbe running o i ii
all tlutrerlnlr likewise will hear of open coaches.Leave
, .1 t her wonderful recovery. This valuable Ladies! Holland; Bond You will- have- 'I Peniacola. Lv Fcrt Barnes W. B.
Art I
j liniment !* for ale by all druggists tatlonHv.. pride in you own (a.m. 10a.m. ItfljIGHT GOfflPflliy,
Foreign Mail, Etc. dower gardens if they are on yonriown 11 a. m. tl m
dealer I
j I. and \rtl.tIatuial.. Office ground. Yourhasbandcanboy I p. m. D.mIpm
Sup ] 1
plies, Memorandum Books, Etc. i home, and he can do it now, af-1;I Spin 'p.m p.m \ \ MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS 1> I It

All new and tri ht. though he may think otherwise. Ralaaws Every woman wants a tome of her !I S p, m. '1D m. LUMBER LATHS I
c3f i:.toFrtynacam.thac the Northern Wood own, and if she will have a talk with i (p.m. Tp..m n, 1 ,
rta.acaaal I
\rt 'Jn PAXKPOKirHDATfeaiacola
Thus. C. Watson k Co. the

1li lpiatar!. on every boa o/r t the Ct'lune Rubber hose all sizes at leading Real Estate Agents, ,they lard sad to r ort!'tnrt Barraccai___ __Savj__ ft 'is SAWED CTPBUS S INGlrHIiI.Urifl fill l
Laxative >utte Pensaoola acb ant
Bromo-QuinineTab show her hew to Palmetto B"
can easy it is to get "'npL ______ lbNo
the Willis =-r
mosey that CUM n MId la we Uj.tfgL Hardware Co.'s. )ne. I PENSACOLA, FLA.
A freight received alter I J! p. m.


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Digests SIGNING OF PEACE I Don Use :

Kodol what '

Eat _

In Profoend Silence Boers Affixed ;


Dyspepsia Cure Their Signatures. i -

Nature never makes a mistake and the preparation which duplicates DOCUMENT HURRIED TO KING I ,

:,;., ', ,In Cannot fail. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure never fails because it dl- to weak '
e-t, ;ur feed ly> natures own process. Its affect is equally prompt on bouy up worn, tired-out stomachs Spur a tired :

{r, h atonal and chronic cases of indigestion, dyspepsia and stomach With Stroke of Pen Representatives of
.., of every kind. It digests what you eat while the stomach rests. the Transvaal Government Surren a moment he bounds forward then drops. : ,

\-0 ''ti.ii! I+ necessary. Eat all the (rood food you want. "We haven ,

-n H1.Jn.l Kodol Dyspepsia Cure fdr the past two years and have also der the Independence They Had So Just so with a tired stomach. Stimulants forco ;

1iip 11' write Bowman &Sons of Valley Furnace, W. Va.. "and never
heir J .f:1 failure. We are so confident of its merits that we sell every Long and Gallantly Fought For. it to a brief unnatural effort. Then it collapses com :

bottle unll r our personal guarantee." Kodol Dyspepsia Cure never tails. Pretoria ,
Transvaal Monday, June
Cures All Stomach Troubles. 2.-The signing of the peace agree- pletely. It needs rest. ;

Pro ."E 0 PcWltt ft Co.. Ohlca;o. The tl.hottle contains?'" times the 50c. ske.fferfmm ment on Saturday night last was car By the use of Kodol Cure
lc biliousness or constipation use the famous little liver ried out with the least possible: cere Dyspepsia your food is ;, i;

r. w as DeWitt's Little EARLY RISERS. They never gripe. mony. Lord Kitchener and Lord :'o1il'1! digested without the stomach's aid. It builds the

John Sheppard.Hargis' Pharmacy Sidney Kahn. ner and General DeWet and others replesentlng i I up body ,

the Orange Free State, and I I while the stomach gains fresh strength. Rest is nature's
---- -- -- -
-- --- rhalk- ;
-- -- urger and others I ,

., dic.UIon of kidney BITS OF PHILOSOPHY. of the Transvaal government quietly I greatest tonic. It soon restores health. It is not necessary ;

u by taking Koley's met in the dining room of the resl- ,

: \V.A. D'Alembprte, Honesty is the List policy but the dence occupied by the burgher dele-1 I to diet. That only further weakens the system. Kodol

;: "; 'X man who views it us policy will bear arrasonable gates, adjoining Lord Kitchener's :

amount of waichin?. I house. The document lay on a table Dyspepsia Cure will digest any kind of good, wholesome :

1 sometimes admit that there be re ady. ,
WITH'iL L I i ;good men in other churches than my I Amid profound silence the lioer leaders i iI food you want to eat. Cathartics afford only temporary :

own but it is blrasise how they can LeO took a )pen, in order of precedence,

& mi ;:uil'd.! I and affixed their signatures thus surrendering .

OUNCEMENTS\ \ fool and his money are soon parted I the independence for which !i ij relief."I

i I but it is noticebit that the names of j they had so gallantly struggled. The had stomach trouble of four years' .

ui;"ers are not generally enrolled | document was then entrusted to Cola. I Made "

For State Senator.d I moiiK the cf11:1'1\. nel Hamilton, Lord Kitchener's military standing, says Geo. R. Colbath, Alpena, Mich.,

of Hon. \V. A. Blount I'rido! gootn before a fall but the nn- I secretary, and Captain Marker, an "which was so bad that at times I was forced

.. ,unce him a* a candidate nals of "shoolo! 'I'aef' proclaim that it i aide-de-camp who left Pretoria tonight I 1 0 Digest to abandon my business and stay in bed.
:senator from this, the Sec- I
: frtvjiiontly goes so far before that the to deliver it to King Edward. At last I
:", ,' cal District, and rfo pect- : was try Dyspepsia
of all I> full never overtakes it. There was great rejoicing in all the : Food
'. : ie support emo- i Cure, from which I received immediate relief
.\ inn u must real merit if his! concentration
.i, .mat the coming primary.For .; possess camps upon the news :
immune as*ciates: thoroughly respt'Cthim. that peace had been concluded. Thee : and a few bottles effected a complete cure.ttFoley's

Representative. I Only genuine coin can endure th I I occupants assembled in the open r rI -

'ads of Scott M. Lottin taken I test of constant handling.-Felix O. I spaces and chanted psalms, the women

..1 n of announcing him as a Pry me iu SI1t' 'S8. weeping with joy. Arrangementsare Honey and Tar DR. MOPPETT'i I Cares Glolen-hfiifgi

for presentative in the
I being made to send representativesof i Diarrhoca.DyitnUry i
L :1-.11 ire from Escambia county, To Color Mahoaanf. cures colds prevents pneumonia the Bowel Trouble/ of
". I. .. desire the support of all The natural colur of mahogany each unit of the British army in I Children etA.

D. ', 'It. in the coming primary.For when it is too lilt;; may be det'ijcneil "i South Africa to participate in the coronation .,.. ? y I Aids Digestion RegulattfASi'
!' festivities in London. __ STEAMSHIPS terMING. 0YY0tas1 the
by applying: n mixture composed of a Bowels Strengthen*,

Reoresentative.nipnds half gallon of water, four ounces o ft''i --- ---- ........ Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists the Child and Makes
i : of Henry C. Clopton madder and two ounces of rustic. Boil !J! TORNADO WRECKS TOWN.ti I ;to .. TEETHING EASY.
A. .:, ,. tim ai a candidate for YSG,3CKayL14Y.y.tat t..YaL. JC11AN JOr aiil 25 ceits to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS. MO. ,
n '. -. Itative in the Legislature and apply while hot. While it is wt I Columbia, (;"., A ua. 94<, t7f.*
:: ., Ea 'ambu county, and request streak the grain with black. This will 1 i 'Many Buildings Razed and One Life I! OCEAN TRIP .Iotrc DR. C.rll)J.to MOFFETT-Dear Doctor We gave vourTEKTIUXA Teething

: i 1-;> >rt of all democrat in the give new mahogany! quite the coloring I Reported Lost. were flumes earNfflegrand magical,find certainly child with more the eatttfactorv happiest results."from The effects

ll..mocratic primary. of old. Platteville Vfia., June 3-A tornado ( TO NEW YORK BOSTON ; ererusea. Your t'era truly, .I0.fjI-I'11 K.anything iF:1'r I
struck Louisburg, a small town W 7 t tt (Ao.c Uisliop Southern Jtethodttt 'hurch.) Pastor of tot. Paul Church
it AND ALL -
For Representative. Pr ('o'lou. Youth I miles southwest Platteville" last I '

: trILllds uf Cb\;. M.Coston; an- Mother-What's baby crying about, evening, and according to reports rej j EASTERN RESORTSI TIME TABLE.
1 candidate for Jane? I I
im as a : rep
Mtive in the lei i-lature from Nurse-I don't know, ma'am: unlessit ceived here today the damage was i i "'she .n..nt.The@ LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IS

unbia e tuner, and they a-k the was what the parlor maid said. :She: I very heavy. Barns outbuildings, etc., <| )a aan V I EFFECT DECEMBER 1, 1M

.>r of all democrat;* in the corn were demolished. | j -
; remarked that Willie looked like his: j( OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANYLOW : 1
New Orleans and Mobile.
: t'rim:iry Seeing the fury of the storm Edward !*I ,
> and I'm afraid Willie '
l a. heard her.exchange. .- I RATES-M PI BionbiRVUEJO :: --- --
Ward, a well-to-do farmer, hurried his SI *
: Hours of Ocean Breezes No.e. M.4. So.!. No.1. Nn.l.
i No.li.
For County Treasurer. I I team homeward. He was unhitching ;j' Sailings each WeeK f 1:1! a 1:15: m 111O5 I PI Laan....Penu"eola.Arrlve 6:00 a 4:00) p eoo: II
I myself candidate for I' Swa %:::7 i L)2 a Leave_. Flomaton_ Leave
announce \ TEN YEARS IN BED. it when his barn blown p 2:5.5 a 25U p 1:25 p
reuomiiiation for the of1 i I was to pieces 4 f 11:()) a 4: p : :!:5.'j a ,, Leave.Mobile .__._ Leave 1SIJn't U:15 n 11:00
unty treasurer Escambit poMtion coun- R. A. Gray, J. P., Oakville, Ind., ;i a heavy timber striking him in the from Savannah Ga. ....._..." :25p I :;a) a I Lf'avO.S"w Urltolus Leave 9a"' 'p 75a _P I'

: to the action of the demo writes: "For ten years I was confined -1 i forehead and crushing his skull. He '\ The 8tini...l..'ini, of this Popular Ij' -mroni- f North.No. -" !
}l parM#m i *l S it t c primary. to my bed with di;*ease of the }I ,died instantly. Heavy rains also causi ,' adelitilitful route-iDrii>enaTe iarmt.ro plfte fw
kidneys. It was so severe that I in rii],)iiii'nt>--Iroiu ill .rtlern I'nuiU; ny x.burt V ,
J. W. FHA TER. : ed great damage to crops and it is mil jonrwT lo Savannah and It) bouu fit f : No. 4 to. 1 i No. I.
could not move part of the time. i'I[ J r.H.I. "tall a.r to Sew jurk. Lfoil 11:05 p m 12l'i p m Leave._. Peneaeola.Arrlve 4:00 II m j II\\)) a m
consulted the very best medical said that the season' work on many I h"-'O"; .. IIO"T'-; 8:15 a m 8:51 p m Arrive_ Montgomery: Leave I115 am eS3 p III
For Tax Assessor. skill available, but could ,! farms has been a total loss. The Sisas 'I) 'TIS. Ire Arelr To fMm 11:5 sin 9aJf pm Arrive_ Btrmtagham _Leave IJj am 1:06 p m
get no relief W
1:05 p m 8:10 a m Arrive._ r shvtlle ._.Leue .._ _.. _
sby announce myself as a until Foley's Kidney Cure W son dwelling at Jamestown was totalj' a R. R.a.na.eIkW:,lQ?r..oI..Via.Y 2:50 8:10 .
I ._.. a m am Arrive Louisville .,.Leave 8:15 m 2:45
: ute for reelection as Tax Asr .'JI N .ahlrh. .Tirirf...spat. .r. ...tl. 1O lI ,i p I : am
recommended me. It has been a ly destroyed. to 01..11. '" .1 .1.J 'l >.II.,FIA ) a m : am Arrive.Cmclnnett-Leave eal p m 11:1 p m
tr. -" > E Godsend; to me W. A. D'Alem- i, 7f''f; 7'if ii iT'itlN'1C'1 1t 1C1CtI p m 8:1\5 p m
: of the democratic pri- berte, 121 :South Palafox. i PEN .COLA. AND RIVER JUNCTION.
.,:.t J .iv 15. TROOPS HOMEWARD BOUND. .
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W. W. RICHARDS. No. 21-Daily No 3-DaIlY I No atop where time not shown f No. I-DailY'' No. 23-Daily
Several Transports From Manila Expected i
11:55 7:00 Leave_
pm a m Penacola.Arrlve 10:50: pm I 8:30
For Tax ColJec'. l I 1:1:13 1:13 It to ._ ohemla_ It pili
or.I PUBLICITY FOR I at 'Frisco Soon. is night 10:37" 8:08 "
Following the schedule of the
; 12\} 7:1" ..._. Ynlestra__ u u
10X4 I
y announce myself as aIr I San Francisco June 3.-A week 8:01"1lI"
i I government steamer General French : 1:1<4. _scambla._ U 10t3 6:57"
t t r f.r> re-election as Tax Col- 1\ 1:15" Mula' It
THE PEOPLE. from tomorrow the transport Warren -- 10:.8 to 5:105 I.
which THE NEWS for the 12:111 to .. __
e' F.icambia county, subject j prints 1rI" Harp It 10l1" I 51) :
will be due from june It :
Manila and 1:31 7:55 ._
on : "
t of the democratic 10:15" to
'u priIV |benefit of the merchants who ship 6:17
:.. Every Word Costs You Cent 16 the Kilpatrick is expected to ar 150.: 1:'N" Milton __ 10:10" I '!!IJ ..
l a j j their goods to the various army t:9) am ...... U ii "-Good Range u .. j;: "
A. H. D'ALEMBERTE.For and Every Word is Read rive. Word has been received here" I 1:5.:: 8:15" __ Holtl._ __ pt3 I 1:36";:
I posts: :2 7) It 11'$) lIlUgan __ "
that the Hancock left Manila i eI: 4:11 I'
By Everybody.MONI2V on May 2:*) 55'l= U ._ ._ '
Tax Collector. Leaves Pensacola....... .. ......_..._. Creltvlew. e:1I It 4'00"
27, bringing!: the headquarters and ten : 7:00a.m. 8:1)) 8M" ..._..D eer Land :
i ... .. ........... .. 8M" ':34"
+ Leaves
!1- "f JJellin Karrancaa. 1:"'>)a. m. 83"! UliJ" ..._ __ "
Henry er an. companies of the Ninth infantry. 44.1'' Leaves Piciern: ... ............_ 8:00 a. m. 6:0-1": ei.i" ,De"'unlak Mossy Head 8:4-1" 8:18";:
.. d. a candidate for TaxI I'O LEND. enlisted 30 prisoners and 314 I' Leaves arrancat........ ... ....__ 8:15 a. m. 4:1'1": eu" _...._ springs. __? II Ii". 2:45 :
E-rambia: county, sub men casualtles. : Leaves Pensacola ,.?.... __.._. ..._10:15a.m. 4:41 I e'Ir': .__Ponce Argyl dol Leol1._ 1II"1:+6. !:81" ..
:. ',:cratic primary to be : ONKY TO LOAN-0nhousahold fnrni-l ,I Arrives Barrancas 11:10 a. m. and then Eau 14:1) __.V4eatvllle..__ 1:17 It !1:505":p It
M cure horses cows and all kinds of The makes a trip to Fort McKee and then returns 5ni": 11)U' ___ Caryvllle__ "
,j ..' !:2!, and request the personal transport Sherman left Manila >i to arrancal. It 1:12" I:4 "
11.53" '
1) $) _
l'-v."crats.lor property.1teed.Terms easy. Strictestsecrecy May 28 with Major General Llo'dWht'aton Leaves: Harrancas .. ........_. 1:15: p. m. 8::)) Itfl': ._. 1Ionlfa1_._ "" 8:5. It 1:21 "
gnara! Apply to A. A.Fisher!: 'hlpley It ,
.... .. n. 1:04 It
Leaves Pickens.. .... ..... 1:25p.m. 8:31) It 11:0'1 to I. _.._ "
i'l'j! south Paiafox street. and Brigadier General Simon Leaves Pensacola ... ... ..... 4SOp. m. 1.10" 1Iij It .....Cottondale_ U 8:1" It I 15:9i 11001
*'I"'-L.r School Board. Snyder in addition to 580 enlisted men Leaves Pickens .. ...... .........__ 5:15 p. m. 7:30 11:45" ? .Marianna.-lypresl.: __ U 5!)) It" 12:16 U
MONEYTU LKNDoa improved real es Arrives Barrancas 5::*) m. and maker .. 1I:3' 11-1 am
p. 1 ) 11:52: ---.Grand
1 : : U
: \ M.A ertonheredidacy or small amounts at low | of the Sixth infantry, 56 enlisted mekey n, trip to McKeeaad return. Rldge 6st. U.t "
I for the rates of Interest. Call on Leslie E. Broo 1:501" 1:11Ii: noon _" Bneada._.... U 11:11" 105-J";
:. ... > -tnber of attorney at law,2ui-j Palafox Bt., I of the Nineteenth infantry, 51 sick ; Ou Wednesdays and Saturdays the 8:13 It U:15rrlvRlvt'rJtlnctlQn _L..ave 6:1""+ U 10J1"
the building. 8mlm 15 Insane and 42 -- -
men. discharged boat will leave Barrancas via Pick- JO

'.. :.-trict tic primary No.3, ONEY TO-DAV-Uoyoa need money? discs 1 eus for Peniacola at 6:30 p. m. I *t =GOLA=o. I CHOICEST '

.1 I.' : n You can borrow any amount you want I i The General French is for

tnywhere to-day on easiest obtainableon terms :and mproved lowest city rates'real II'j I Federal Prisoners Get Freedom. purposes only and :any outsider army must I Grist and Corn meal Mills -F-

For County Commissioner. estate-from Wru. tisier,2u >% Mouth Pal Leavenworth. Kan., June 3.-Ten i have a pass from the quartermaster

.I. '",r. a I..f. J \v. Urewton of fox---street.-- .. .-- IntfTK prisoners affected by the United States, o take passage 01 her. I H. F. GOHZflLEZ & CO., Prop s, I f
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"'.. r...1.:1.: .uce him as a YOU WANT TO BORROW MONEY supreme court decision In the case of ===- : _n : Manotaetcrers .
.' viion from said 1 Invest money, insure your property,pr ex-Captain Peter C. Deming have been'relased I
"', :'' <': ::.e action of the ( oureabstracts of title, buy or sell real estate '' STEAMER LINE SCHEDULEr CHOICE MEAL AND Pt."REGROL'ND I -AT-
from the federal
.I I'".J ." I rent property of any description have penitentiary STOCK FEED .
rentlDllIOoted or your taxes attended to.l!I
and furnished with tickets to their '
call on or address Tbos. C. Watson C o, Patronize Home Industry for there II 0. APOSTLE'S ,
homes. The Clifton Pen Pensacola and Milton-Boat every reason yon should Meal and
For Real 1' state and Insurance agents Yen a- men are Bridge, ; bay yoar ,
Commissioner. oola, Fla. Charges moderate. To everyone '' Huns Dally Except Sunday. Stock Feed from the Home Maaafaotorer, [
D. C.
Washington. James
: 1 :"': utll,'roars myself ash a who buys a lot from us we will lend money ; Dungan for by so doing you encoorace borne Indai- I 1 U East Gmmsit
1 I "', with which to build a bouse. HdtfTVAXTED Philadelphia; Thomas Feastor. Knox try. Your money Is left in the community I Sty
,. 'el'lllIt commissioner, -- -- "CITY OF TAMPA. and yon in tarn are Indirectly' benefited.
1. ': -ubjfct; the action ---- -----= vile Tenn.; Joseph Gannon, Saran In fostering tbe home manufacturer you' Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand ,
\.t the \A.LE IItLI' \\'ANTJ'U. I nah Ga.; Patsy Halley Chicago Henry 1 Lv Milton._.";:rI am L\nsacolalpm:: contribute to the cause of labor. You owe
1 .'. ensuing demo- -- 'I ; Ar '? ::>)ani Ar Milton __.3:11\) mm I it to community'la whIch you live one One: car-load of Pineapples at 11,75 .
.t.; July 15. Holiday Pittsburg William!
-Men to learn barber trade ; Wilson, Fare,flOc; Eoanl: tnptli)). contributes to our support. to $2.00 per dozen.F.E.Brawner'sOnePiice .
W. C. 1 ARBftUCt11I. II new field for our graduates. W<>w nt''' Birmingham, Ala., and James Mead- I
NI' at once best ever offered, i -
[ ors, VanBuren, Ark. and -- -
they -
are now
eight wHcks prepares you for t2: weekly i
,, ror County Commissioner. jobs. Write today, Moler Barber College; II I' on their way home. t
1 New Orleaos, La. jfitf i
hereby an- '

-"If :as' a candidate for Volcano Threatens Western Town.
: For ttt nl House

::"1'uuty. {*cambia commissioneruir. county, --..- .............. Albuquerque, X. :\(., June 3,-Deputy II

will of ( kNEORTWO nieelv furnished rooms at United States Marshal McKeegan, who
the dfmocraticoming
V :south spring street. aUtrITANTEDA I ,
> primaries. He has Just arrived from the west, re-

'. ',T the reason that he Agt.'nt6'antt.'cl.. ported that the people at Grant are .CUT PRICES IN TWO
: : :'ce and thinks he ; !
:, '.' cato n ---- w greatly excited over the appearance ofay .. :
.. the best interests of \ good solicitor; will p i I activity in a volcano a few miles from III ;
)untIf his friendsI \ \ eood right; one. Address ,
:'..: : I ic interested agree with H.,care tlmlaotCcato mett that town. Passengers on Incoming ln yards Dress rtwisses, worth 6c 20 dozen Ladles' Lsle! Thread 60 pieces Medicated 24-inch Cotton

: ':,' will appreciate their su P- I' trains! observed" smoke in the direction yard, 10 yards for 3") cent I Vests, worth 3o cent! yours for 20 Diaper, 10 yards in a piece, worth
"ANTED-All kinds of empty beer of the volcano, and a man who cents Sue for this sale
'f bottles. B.A.FazD4rAe. nov tf was .i: 1000 yards Dress Dimitys, worth i &)o.

Fe' dispatched to the place says it was ., 7izc,10 yards for 45 cent 1000 Boy's and Men's collars, 100 dozen Ladies' Fast Black. Full
County Commisiioner. FOR t,AL15. issuing from the crater of the largestin .
broken sizes, to close!! out at 3 each. Seamless Hose
I 121100 i regular lOo
': I bleached goods,
wide Do-
f myself a candidate for volcano of the region. yards yard I
L"OR BALE-Tae most desirable IoU for this sale, 6'Xcapair
: :. "iunty commissioner for I" the city on easy terms by the Fisher 1, mestic, 10 yards for 43 cents. 200 Ladies' Madras and White 25c. ; 4 pair for "

J",''.:" :. s : at primary to be held Real Estate Agency', SW.'i South Pals at i i i j I i I Waists, worth 75c and $1, to close at I : "
.. ai'd street. l1alm1.0ULTHY. Pastor Dies From Piralytlo Stroke. 2000 yards unbleached Sea Island i j 45C. 100 dozen Men's
ak Seamless
: ; for the support of Half I
;. ;' : u- Galveston Te:.. June 3.-R. J. C. i j jRoehm yard wide Domestic, 10 yards for 45 Hose, in brown, red and black, for .

LEE DAN IELL. ...... 80 yean of aft and for 51 j!: cent 50 pairs Lace Curtains, 2?< yards 5c a pair. ::
OLE COMB BROWN LEGHORNSexclusively of the Pint I I I II I long, regular 75c goods, to close at "
SI years pastor Evuf 2000 yards Embroideries, regular 45c. 25 dozen Men's French Dropped. "
Foe stock and for is.
Eggs e&
[ County Commissioner. Leave orders at Willis Hardware.. lOstfIIAIll Lutheran church of GalTwton, it d.ad price 1% to 8lgC, 10 yards for 15 cents. Stitched Under Shirts, worth 40c, to
!.y' announce myself as a from a stroke of parallels. H, was I I 25 dozen Large Turkish Bath Ttw- 'close at 25c each. Drawers to match. :! "'i
11, I : -t- >r re-election as county: OOUUH. 1000 yards Dress Pique and Ducks, ela, worth {2,will close at $1.20. .
1 ;.-: .-i net from district 2 of Es- i pioneer of Galveston ud M rgan worth 10 and 12>2'c, 10 yards for 85 &) dozen Men's Fancy (Striped "
':*?:... > unty, the action 1TRN.BARAH BEIRVEManafaotnrarand tier of the church in T *AS. cents. 20 dozen 21x33-inch Bleached Lace Under Shirts, 45c each. Draw.
subject to
r 111 dealer In Hair Goods, ':
''': Hats.Toilet Towels,for this sale, at 50c dozen. era to match.
rocratic primaries July 15, Articles, Hair Oil, eto.,m W. Government .' .
a'A: ti.e support ')f the voters. street. Ready to Yield. I I 1000 yards Dress! Cross! Bar, worth 85, dozen 2Sx42-incb Towels, regular 2 dozen Ladies' Black and Colored ,..
10 for
Jonx U. WELSH.For Flowers for Kunerala. "I used DeWitt'a Witch Hazel j I Sic, yards 50 cents. lOe goods! for this sale, 90c Silk Taffetta Waists, regular price :

... it 25 dozen. $3.50, to close at f'2 20 each. .
County Commissioner Salve for piles and found a certain I j I dozen Ladies' Bleached Vests, i

} friend of W. A. Shelby here- FLOWERS in FOR boaqaets FUNERALsTurnlineS or special designs cure," says 8. R. Meredith, Willow with!I, tape in neck, 6 vests for 25 600 yards White Batiste Lawn, This sale will positively not run R ;,

'" .:'. i:"sore his candidacy for re- Miss Vlolette Moreno West Gregory Grove, Del. Operations unnecessary I!1! cents. regular 12H quality, 10 yards for S5c. for longer than one week. !

;":, :' as county commissioner phone 8'-'e. 2Sdlm to cure piles. They always yield to
J-tnct i: No. 3 of Escambia CUT FLO\VEH DeWitts Witch Hazel halve. Cures :

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d..t' subject to the action of the -- -- -- skin diseases, all kinds of wounds. E. BEAWNER'S ONE-PRICE CASH HOUSE I i it

t a A*''.. .' ,l"e primaries July 15, and CUT FLOWERS and Floral Leslg Accept no counterfeits. Hargis'
'.Im the designs ordered for enetom nun ,
hearty all
supportotats John Sidney
Jt L Moreno, SiJ Pharmacy,
: .+ Miss Vlolette Vest Grog t tII
pbO:1.I SMlm Kahn. J>SS105 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET g4 ,

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i Politics and = STONE OF

KAt.rld at the Poet Office at Fecttcol, 4 MYERS CLUB JUNE 9' AT THE UHIYERSAUSTCHURCHPROGRAM. The 424 Annual Statement for Tear
Ending December
!ta.,tecond-clMi muter. CHURCH 3Ut, 1901 nt

OrrICE :PUft Building, 211 South = Politicians.AThe I .
.PaIaIoa::street np-iuiri. THE I [ [EQUITABLE

h I Precincts 12 and 13 furnished a
L The ceremony of laying the corner
THE NEWS PUBUSHINC small number of Myers supporters Solo (Selected)-Miss Cawthon.
( stone of the new and beautiful house
I. B. HILSON, Managing Editor.W. ''last night, who gathered at the old Vocal Duett, "Love On" Mr. LIFE( HECCIETY[
of the Democratic
M. BALL, Easiness Manager. I meeting of worship of Christ church parish,
)1 F j Hannah building, corner of Chase Hawks Dorr and Miss Beatrice .

1 League at Clatter's hall tomorrow now in process of erection on the .... ...... ... .
Assets .
ti. Terms: Invtritbly in Advance- : and Cevallos street, and organizedI White. I lii;: \:,. ), ;;.1
night will be a most interesting one.
I corner of North Palafox and Wright Reserve! and other Liabilities

1f. Oft JiHontbi Year by Mall" _.__._______ _15 J 00 SOOM It is expected that the report of the I j themselves into a club for the expressed streets, will take place this afternoonat Recitation, Selection From Whit- .... ... .... . . 2C.9" 8

""eet,b1 Carrier, Payable Monday 10 purpose of rendering all the comb Reily-Mr. A. D. Palliam. "
0( committee will be made relative to 6:00 o'clock, at the site of the Surplus(from which Di vi -

t1i'f'k Idrtriitlrg Rafts Furnished Application the League making farther endorsements i support possible to the Hon. Fred T. splendid structure whose imposing Solo (Selected)-Mi's Cawthon. dends are paid, .. .... .-t 7i; ,> +1

Myers in the present campaign.Hon. Violin Solo (Selected-Miss Evy- == = -::';
of candidates, and the I
! executive proportions will dominate and ornament Paid to Policy-holders in

..... TELEPHONE NO. III. Ir Iy I committee of five from each of I J. M. Hilliard assumed the that section of the city. The lin Heine. 1901.......... .. .... ..$ :K7U ',!

chair and called the assembly to or i Solo (Sfectt-d-Ir. Garfield. New Insurance in 1901.. ,
| 21;
i the twenty election precincts, the I "office for laying a corner stone," as I a., .ei
I der. Leon Rivers chosen chairman Total Insurance in force
was Recitation Selection From WaltI
UNION FELyC ;, chairman of each precinct committee t the church will be j ,
prescribed by Dec. 31, 1901..11.1.4\ :! .'-.
j ; D. J. Hayes, secretary, and C. Whitman-Miss Olga White. ;
: to be a vice-president of the I
I" I conducted by Rt. Rev. Edwin G. Notwithstanding the greater-. .

League, will be announced. All I H. Gingles, treasurer. Weed, bishop of the diocese of Florida Solo (Selected)-Miss Nellie Robert I( cial strength of the Society SH.A :a;e

JUNE 1902. i ;i A resolution by Monroe Campbell I greater security" which its r ,.i'r.
democrats invited to attend.
r { are i and will Include an address by 'I' holders thereby enjoy the R.\IF.I
christened the new organization the I Solo (Selected)-Mr. Dorr. LOW and GUARANTEED
I are tCj
Rev. B. E. Warner, D. D., of Nw
AN indignant meat dealer in Kan- Since Hon. James E. Broome announced Cosmopclitan Democratic Club. The I Solo (Selected)-Miss Cawhon. I ter than given by other com; .,: cjKXOWLES
Orleans. Copies of the office will be
eag City has brought suit against the his candidacy for secretary same resolution provided for the officers Admission" 60 cents. Ij I
"' beef trust for heavy damages! caused I provided for those witnessing the I I
Pte- of state, a few of the state papers which are a president, five vice : : BROS.
by "blacklisting" him. Another I I ceremony, and every member of the j I For biliousness" use Chamberlain's ,
have raised the against 'nheri.I -
cry presidents, secretary, treasurer and 1 1I '1
the trust's coffin. Stomach & Liver Tablets.
sail in I chruch in the city is urged toattend. They General Ageing,
''; tance of office. There is nothing i five members of the executive corn I cleanse" the stomach and regulate I

! THE Southern School and Home, of The general public is, of course, cordially the liver and bowels, effecting i 309 H. Palafox St.. PEXM? <:
they can say against Secretary xnittee. The latter portion of this '' A
Tallahassee's new educational jour i invited. quick and permanent cure. For I
1 -
; State H. Clay Crawford, but the was changed by making the execu i sale by all druggists i ana medicine
} nal, is publishing serially a most interesting |j The stone, a handsome block of dealers. '
and valuable contributionto Broome campaign must have a slogan tive committee to consist of the vice CHOWDER
I granite, the gift of Mrs. Henry I
Florida history by Miss Carrie M. and "dowu with inheritance of presidents.A CONCERT AND DANCE AT
Baars, will be set! at the foot of the MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAYNIGHT. 1
Brevard of that city, entitled "The office" is the best they could find. resolution to endorse Mallory., 'i TRAINS: AT AND BY THE SEA SHORE
of Florida." exterior pilaster on the east side of
Story Myers, Blount, Coston and Fillin- j 9. LAsT: TRAIN RETURNS: AT ,
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Clay Crawford had been his hon- -the 1 south front of the church. It 11 :'). TICKETS: 25 CENTS.: AT
THE NEWS has received a copy of gim was voted on in sections. then DEPOT.
the ored father's assistant for years. He contains the following inscription, At the Santa Rosa Su i. ;
neat pamphlet preservationof
a -- -- -- --
as a whole, and passed. The chair
the forests of the state by President I is thoroughly familiar with every !: executed by Mr. B. A. Davis: establishment, the n"a i
r I was authorized to committee SIX
Garner of the Jacksonville I detail of the office. He. was the i! .} DES CHRISTI Frank: Maura, will give "a.: .
Board of Trade. It is a work of I of three to notify the favorites f
II celebrated fish
I logical man for Governor Jenningsto ANT JIDCCCN chowderr
value and should be their endorsement I :
great largely < AT A BURGLARSix
appoint, and if party precedent be NOV. MCM II i iI day at 5 o'clock p. m. ..: '
circulated the
throughout state. I
Robt. Fillingini, candidate for the ,
maintained, he will be elected in the I I shore beach. The stean r
A CLEVELAND who bad legislature, addressed the club in I
man just Fundamentnm aliud nemo potest '
will leave
15. '! prise Palafox w
primary Jjly shots in succession
told a piece of property for :13 ,uW, response to calls. He had ben induced I I' rapid .
ponere. 2:30 .. .
p. m. every Sunday -
refused a check for the amount, and i to make the race by Messrs. fired at a supposed: burglar at 11:30 : .__
And this reminds of n
me a parallel t The name is the same as that of
demanded payment in The last night at the of Alcauiz !
money. corner Foley's Honey and Tarn
Waters and Coston who had made
purchaser sent the check out to be case in Mississippi i two years ago. Christ church, Oxford. The first and Gregory streets by Officers Bol- i opiates and can safely b> \
cashed and the seller had to hire a : John L. Power venerable citizenof the proposition while he was in the j! date: is that of the erection of the i j to children. W. A. DVle1211 -. .

dray to remove the silver dollars that state and who had held the field one day. He was somewhat I old church ; the other is the date of i i'Ithe ( line and Humphreys. >. Palafox street.
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tendered to him. And he had the j backward i I !i The man was alleged to have been
office of !secretary of state for many in politic as yet, but: erection of the .
t labor of them The new building.1The trying to break into Dr. Hannah's
+ counting too. ,! years, died a few months after his hoped to get in trim very soon 134 134 134 134 134

moral of this tale is obvious. motto reads: "Other foundation residence. near the corner. C! ': ......LL.. "
: election. Governor Longino promptly Judge Blount addressed the gentlemen -' !I
can no man lay"i
1f1 AT the opening of the Samuel J. and without any hesitation ap- i present. His speech was i in : Dr. Hannah, at 9 o'clock, tele- : 134 i -isIhiiimM&ttm.- 134
Christ church
; Tilden club house in New York on i parish was organized phoned the police station that four '
pointed the secretary's son, who had i! line with those" for which be has al- j I .
the 19th inst., speeches will be made became famous |I and incorporated in October, I suspicious looking negroes were ,!:134 II fur Public l'he 134
by ex-President Cleveland, W. J. been chief clerk for some" years, and I ready I 1&9!: and is the eldest ecclesiastical I :.i i ht TRIT'
about his Officer
lounging place. .
: in the election he except that he denied having I e,-;, : "
Bryan, David B. Hill, Richard Ol- following was organization in the state, the first

ney, Patrick Collins, I'rof. Felix: Ad- overwhelmingly elected to fill his made the misquoted (?) insidiousi (i after American and Humphreys was told to investigatethe 134 134 134 134 134
occupation, antedates -
ler and many other public men. father's unexpired term in a contest i comparison of Gen. Lamar and an matter, and going to the house, '
i the of the
t Those who are expecting the occasion organization diocese found nothing. Later he was joined :\
with two or three opponents. ape. He said he meant to convey I None Better
to culminate in a democratic about nine years. The first ':'by officer Bolline, who was doing *.
-- the inference that :Mr. Lamar held i
love-feast, harmonizing the discordant i i church was commenced in lfe-W and : i I
I A letter from Dade county pub. special" duty. The two visited the
office and reached
one for

the opportunity actions as, one may rich well in regard prom 1 i lished in the Jasper News says: For other. THE NEW carne vainly in for a an-lit- :1 consecrated by Bishop Kempser on place at 11 a0 and saythey" found a Than the Best/Iti

Ash Wednesday, 1M8.: It
was en-
ise. Broad and unselfish patriotism, secretary of state" young Clay Craw- !:'tie pleasant notoriety during the I man in the front yard. At the sight I i
I !i larged in IsTT by the addition of 20 I
instead of personal politics, will solve ford will, in all probability, be his judge's speech "His tnthu-iasm ','of the officers; he ran and the shots'|I > <
the problem. : feet on the west end and the south
I own successor" and if it were left to kindled as he advanced, and whenhe : were fired. ,II
transept, and in Ifc91, by the north i
A BILL providing for a commission -I the voters of Dade county to decide, arrived at his peroration, it was ''transept.i' I j Tracks were found about the re-i-i 1! BUFFALOBaking

to investigate the condition of i WE KNOW he would be. He is thor- in full blaze." dence this morning- ,I;

the negro race in this country has !! The present Rector Rev. Percival'!I i '
oughly capable of discharging the L. E. Brook, Esq., informed the : Powder
been Introduced by RepresentativeIrwin : H. Whaley, to whose efforts the !' "I >>,er Knew Pain Killer to Fail
I duties of the office and the voters of I' I II
club he was with them that there
republican, of Kentucky. It t building of the new church is so before, what can the matter be?
I Florida are not yet ready to dispensewith wasn't any use for anyone to come Where is the bottle? here, I IS THE BEST !
due his ministration
largely began
Representative :|
thought so it is not Perry Davis'
,, his valuable Cervices.I out against W. A. Blount; that none ;
present a minority report. It is to : May 1, IbW, and began the agitationof Painkiller at all, but something" the
: but Call would likely combatMr. druggist; must have made himself
: be hoped that democrats in Congress, I "Young" Clay Crawford is good. : the question of rebuilding in a and I did not notice it; I have Mood 7.
i and particularly those from the i Mallory; that Myers was no corporation ; in June ;'Painkiller for for diarrhoea
1 |, But then Clay isn't so aWf'1l1y' sermon preached Istf7. Thee years ,
South, will not oppose the bill. It is : man, and was therefore th cramps and stomach aches and it
: He has lot was bought in October. IbW! ) and
I young. a grown son and he never failed."
high time that that portion of thecountry's !! man for Congress. '
" has a war record. Clay Crawford i is the new church was begun last
population who are notoriously I I Judge Beggs enlightened the club l..adiP1l Can Wear klutftt
: -and persistently- ignorant : 47 years old-older than the governor I'I |, month, the outer walls being already one 17e smaller after uhloglIen', Foots -

of the real facts should be en- 1! -and he is plenty old enough not to ,,. on some history, recalled some for- :, nearly completed. It} makes.*.it powdrr tight or to new be tbakenlnto shoes rreleaygives the shoes.

lightened. A partisan or prejudiced J be boyish and neglect the duties of gotten lore of Florida and wanted i The plans for the new church were ln the-tant greatest relief comfort to corns discovery and buniont.of the It',.
is possible, but the evidence i,I Myers as the next
report congressman. and prevent swollen feet biuters,
i drawn
his office I by Architect John SutcliS, of
will be accessible, and publicitywill j j I i Ii i Tax Collector D'Alemberte told callous and core spate Aliens KoolKaseIsacertun
care twiRilng. hot.
rob ouch a report of its powers I j Chicago, and accepted in July of feet At all druggists and shoe store'aching, i'*. i GuarantsedAbsoIutely] PureIt
,: But about Clay's war record. He the gentlemen what they must do to last Don't accept any substitute. Trial package '
for evil. ,. : year by the building committee, FHEF.bymaa. Addrttt,Allen tJlm.lt'd: ,
'ff wasn't old enough to enlist, but he j I I qualify, and also gave history bear 1.* Huy, N_ \". makes delicious .
'oj' I composed of Messrs.! H. Yaar,1'.U. bicut- :
HERE is food for serious contemplation went down to Newport to smell thee !!ling on the question of faze=. This __ fins, etc.
Howe, Wm. H. Knowles! I. H. If want a nice You can .
for you
democrat to
every in tli !1 ( present giveto prove this bv t
powder of war and hear the of : speech closed the meeting.Of '
song a friend, and look Bl'Ft'ATOatrial.
Mate, and particularly for those who I Aikeu and H. G. De Silva Tne go through the ,
bullets. He but I elegant line of suitable articles at
may be-and some are being strong boy among !' what does a bad taste in your contractor is Mr. A. D. Alfred of this J. L Stephens, you surely can find OSCAN H MA' I

ly-tempted to revolt again party the !sturdy" Confederates on one side mouth remind you? It indicatesthat city, and he is assisted' the work something to please you. If you Telephone 1+i. Hales ..Agr

law and party authority. It U riot i the river, while the Federal your stomach is in bad condition -.! want anything in the Diamond line'be 'I.
the Htarke: Telegraph: "The de and will remind you that there by Mr. Chas. Ginglee, of this city, as sure to see him before you buy. ,
forces were on the ether side and -
is nothing so good for such a disorder -:,' superintendent, and Mr. Thos. Hen. j
of several counties of the I
mocracy who his
man owns own home I
tate will ignore the instructions of they were sending bullets over at a1 Liver as Tablets Chamberlain's after having Stomach: once& leker i I of Mobile: as foreman. The insures himself again+t lots of ,

the state committee and hold their lively rate. One of these pellets used them. They cleanse and invigorate style of architecture i? that knowni raise trouble his and worry. Nobody can r I BIGYGLES! TI1,99''V''V"'V"vvv
rent, and the rent has
day ,
the stomach
'struck and
primaries in their own way. Bradford's and killed a negro man close regulate :
the bowel. For sale at 25 cent perj i:i, the Spanish renaissance. The no terrors for him. It's easy to owna
committee has acted in full .;; beside young Crawford. But Clay box by all druggists and medicine dimensions are the home now-a-days. ThOB. C.

accord with the state committee and Crawford did not flinch. Now Jim dealer. '1 ample, length WatSOn & Co. can tellyou how -..\
::1 will carry out the instruction of .- -- ---- from doorway to rear: wall being 13s easy it K jail ana see them.
Broome is shooting at him, but he is -- -- -

the higher authority is of the to rock-ribbed the letter. '|I I just as cool a* he was the day the CARO-M'DAVID j| feet and the extreme interior width THK SANTA HOSA Big Stock All Kinds :
Oar democracy : SUHF H.VIHING :
| Yankee bullets were whistling i 75 feet, providing space for a seating : KST.Uir.ISHMKXTi I
f<>rt. If the regularly appointed ,
around his I I; capacity of more than tv). The cost Bathing in the All Prices!
leaders go wrong we go wrong with I i II ears.THE MARRIAGE TODAY1Phil : warm gulf waters I*
POLITICIAN.Of ; conceedfd to be the finest
them, and when they swing back to i of the structure, exclusive: of lot and in the

i safe ground. we laud there, too." All Hot Weather-Enemies- :I t furnishings, will b. #2JIN;:; ) safety.world. Evtrythingforpleasure Good board and lodging with, by ', (EDISON r PHIROGR'PG''
--- i
i of humanity cholera i is the the day or week. J.uncheonprompt. i
I hooping Cough. Treatment to be effective must worst.be'' Caro, the chief clerk at the ': Mothers Mother: Huthera; : ly served at all hours, day or night j

My little con had an attack of prompt. When vomiting, purgingand L. & N. freight depot aod Miss Allie 'j How many children are at this season: ftverlih 2m-tf CHARLES H. fti-KTox Manager., j i I I.Music Free With Each Machine
and threatened sweat announce that the disease and constipated with bad stomach ]
cough was
whooping McDavid,
with pneumonia ; but for Chain i i.< present, combat it with Perry were wedded at the homeof '< and headache. Mothrrtray's Sweet: Powders jny-KalMtm Renews- RIC .t Away I!

I. berlain's Cough Remedy we would Divis' Painkiller. All bowel troub the bride's parents at McDavid, I forcbildren will always cure. H worms and makes tueeij et.I stows: and cold I i Fishing Tackle
!serious time of it. It also les, like diarrhea, cholera morbu. I are present they will certainly remo\e ,
bave a Fla., today, and will arrive in Pen ,
and dysentery are them. At all -- Base Ball
t saved him ofCtOUp. overcome by Pain- druggut i::< cts. Humpies -- ,
;. .-H. JroTHII'KFAI'E s killer"It i i.. equally healthp'romoting sacola this afternoon.A mailed FREE. AddressAlleu M. Oluibttd.

Fair Haven Wash. in all climates. l.tRoy.\. La Tennis
U-orld-l/frold Norma
wedding supper" will be served .- -- ,
For sale by all druggists and medicine !
dealers. i.. the at Mr. Caro'a home on West Garden ; Thoa. C. Watson
latest & Co.
( Ping
( L La N See L. & Pong.
------ Co'aadvertiement
-p r orilla
street" this evening, when congratulations : the leading Real Estate Agents take .

,. CONCERT BLUFF AND DANCE THURSDAY AT another column.--- in.:,I: will be extended to the young owners all the worry of property off the shoulders, manage of the the .Big Repair Shop!
of their
TRAINS AT S. b:30 AND !I IS CONCERT AND DANCE AT couple. i! renting of their houses rents and as conscientiously the collection COSI Can Repair any old this:
r.jOLLBLUFF THURS Mr. and Mrs. '
TRAIN RETl'R.V AT Caro will leave'shortly '
LAST DAY NIGHT. as they would themselves. I II
11:60. TIJ KETB ?'o CENTS, AT AND 9. LAST TRAIN TRAINS RETURNS AT S, b:30.: for Colorado on their bridal I Their charges are. very reasonable I IUT II I I I An'l fit Keys to any old i I. 'Kp.

D POT. AT 11:50. TICKETS 25 CENTS. tour. '! - -- i iI I New 5
------- =cent Cigar j
AT DKKT. te the latest! i inpfnO

I ___ L Se I. Bear & Co'sadvertisement B. Bruce
has m'\rvel/u: .
. MEAT A MALT a n .\. Your healer(or.\II n'li F"of.Kar. i' in i I ,

dietetic value. While refreshingand After Dinner i A Hotl'allouAchlr.g powder for the feet.,It eatlog cures Swollen Pest.Corns Sore another column. ,.; Try It Buy It I i

pleasant to take, it helps assimilation and Bunion At ail: druggists and shoe 15 S. Palafox.All .
To assist d.cenion, relieve distress: stores x. Ask today. Elegant china closets __ I-
; of food. Sold byDANNHEIFER after fating ur drinking too heartily, ; -

BROS.I' to prevent constipation,takeHood's C7A9TORIA.Barg I sideboards and Itather- Garden tools in endless kinds of chairs and

Pills the d 1'd haiie Eaen 33 seat chairs at Marsto'n $ \variety and at rocfcibottomprices "frocking chairs at Marstonf

,_ week subscribe:; w the NEWS lOc per I Sold everywhere. 25 cents. I I SJp&tue d a;;;; #,1-- _' Quina's- Low prices; easy ; at the Willis Hard- Quina's. Prices are very

11r I,payments. i ware Co.'s. 1 ow.



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M. C. O' ( X"'Li., F. HORTON.. Cashier; helped elect Hoo. Chas. W. Jones ,

5. 1. FosHuvice --nelen.eel etwtoment or the M. E. CLARK A't Cashier [United States senator; that his county \
bad stood firm with Hon. S. B.

AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF Mallory every time he had sought ,I I.

office and had gone down in the j ,
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS MAY 27, 1902. litch with him at the times he was

RESOURCES. defeated. Now Monroe county bad a Extraordinary Values for June Selling in

T,.,:> ai.d Di-counts..... ...... ...... .... $507,30302 Capital Stock ... 120000000Onrlrif candidate and asked Escambia to Seasonable and Merchandise !
... Worthy
;''- "" 1,23382 Surplus Fund. reciprocate and support him. He
t!. Bond* and Premium... ............ !BO.260.00 Net Profits 10,000.00
r. 712188ri
',ture! and Fixtures. 6.718.48 Rediscounts..... ...... .. 112'65089I therefore felt he had good cause to --- -- I
k. r-tanip8. 60400 Circulation... 7500000t'ln ask that E cambia county demo :

audKicbanw. 270,337.85 Deposit 44li67i'.42. crats vote for him for railroad com Our Entire Line of Colored Wash: Fabrics to

$066,3-17.17 missioner. be Sold at
1&66,347.17 John G. Ward called I
was by
T- ,. bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give upon
.tats buif1: prompt, courteous and careful attention. I Chairman Clarke to address the One-Third Off Regular Prices !

Interest Paid on Time Deposits. club, but explained that he had not

come prepared to speak. He hoped, Madras Cloths Excepted.
NEWS however, that he might, at some fu .- I
heartily commends him to the

B. H. FAIRCHILD, voters. CANDIDATES ture day be given an opportunity to !i
Our Entire Lines of Black Goods Table Dam- ;

UrtZOLHTRRER: : : Adjutant Boyd, the J. B. staff secretary address the club. asks, Napkins Towels, Bed Spreads, etc.; J

38 EAST ROMANA STREET. of the Southern division of ADDRESS EAST i i President Clarke announced the also our Dixie and Climax Mosquito !
the Salvation Army, will visit Pen- I appointment of Jos. Febro and Ollie

:vf| sue and Refinishing Fjrniturt aSp eacola Thursday and Friday nights Lehr to act with the president and Ears and Bobbinet Mosquito ; i

teialfrPhO in the interest of the children's
END CLUB secretary as the executive committeeand Netting at Special :
work. The
adjutant, hie trombone
400. .
o J the club adjourned until next Discount of
and assistance of Cadet Wales

late of Birmingham, and Ensign __ I II Tuesday night.
R. K. WHITE, I IHt. Mason and Captain & 15 cent.
Figgins and '
II i The regular weekly meeting of the "Better out than in"-that humor per
others, will
I conductspecial meetings that notice. To be Mire that it's
IILrr. Mannfarturing Jeweler you
bit Thursday and Friday at the Army East End Democratic Club was held ont and all out, take Hood's Sarsa- Remnants of Wash Fabrics at Greatly Reduced Prices.

km! .minute Optician( hall. A great musical blizzard is on in their club room last night and was : parilla. I

the program. All are invited. I,
well attended. ,
| ..,'& ftlaful M P.a.u.laIIs --- --- -- : ,

I! Virulent Career Cured After the transaction of routine I THE WEATHER R. HALLIDAY & CO. ,

.- ....- business a letter was read from Gov-

vance Startling i is given proof by of a drugUt wonderful O.ad-W. ernor Jennings saying he would for Telephone 193. 33 and 35 Palafox Street.

NOTES Roberts of Elizabeth, W. Va. An ward to Hon. William Jennings I'', TODAYLOCAL
(EWS old man there had long suffered with ,
what good doctors pronoutced in- Bryan their invitation to address the
curable cancer. They believed his If You Buy Them at the Boston Shoe Store, They are Good !
i club, but that his engagements were i
.. case hopeless till he ued Electric FORECAST-.Generally fair tonight
/A -- : Bitters and applied Bucklen's; Arnica such hs did not think he could ac- and Thursday; light variable winds.

,- '>tte .aloou\ ha* been reil Halve, which treatment completely cept until late in the fall. I|
cured him. When Electric Bitters
ilitd up in an up-to-date are used to expel bilious, kid- Letters in response to invitations ': Temperature in Last 24 Hour:

'- pipultr proprietor.. ney and microbe poisons at the same Maximum_.... .._............ .. .. .. ... degrees
time this salve exerts its matchless were also read from Senators Talia- Minimum ..........._..... ....... ..............7idtrgret-s !
healing power, blood diseases, skin ferro and Mallory, Hon. 8.M.Spark- o-FOR-o ;
; w ':,1 lljI an important meet- eruption. ulcers and sores vanish. Temperature Elsewhere:
man, Judge J. B. Wall and Fred '1'. ieee
Concordla: Club tomorrow Bitters 503 Halve 2Jc at W. A. D'Alembf'rte's Max. Min i
attenduieiiibtrH 121 Houth Palafox. Myers, and letters accepting the invitation Atlanta.._ ...... .................... s. 7s -t SUMMER.LIGHT -t
> 7 Ji J o'clock. A full Bismarck ..... .... ...... .......... 70 4:!
: .. is rt'iue=ted. I Ij to address the club from W. Chicago.._.? ...................... wi M
Ii' Cincinnati_........._..........M 4ialveston
the burial of his i YESTERDAY'S MEETING A. Blount, C. M. Coston and A. H. ( __._ ...... ... ......_ M 7i IN WEIGHT -:- LIGHT IN PRICE !
; o\ a''n I Huron.. ."._?. .............._ 7" W r
w lid tii- morning. Alderman''I:1" II D'Alemberte. i Jacksonville .................. ..? _.M txt

rfoi*'-d a telegram from' LIBRARY ASSOCIATION A letter was then read from Hon. !j Kansas Key West.C'lty.W: __.__' ..... ...........? ft* 7n M :
Memphis ._....... ..... .... ....... M 14 .OXFORD SHOES.
.. ..
:l.rI..r i in Cehad.lt.invevingtheI W. A. Blount expressing regret that | Mobile__ ..._ ._ .. ... .........hC 70 0 ,
t.ew ( th d'4th of tie latter'* --- Montgomery .. ..... ... .. ..... w 7..
o ?
i '' he was not well enough to address i' New Orleans._.... ................. w 72 for This Season.
:J. Yeoterday's meeting of the Library Sew York'I t 7s are Proper
I II the club; that he had fully intended ".aoo&I1 _...._ ..... .... N rr;.
I 11,I.v aiiuuil (.nettle tif the Kir-t Association was well attended, St. Loullt ... .. ... ... .. M S2 PROPER FOR STYLE PROPER FOR COMFORT!
to do so, but did not feel well enough | i
Pru-byterun\ ctiUtchMlll* held atMairiiolm and the session was an interesting to come out. Regular meeting of Penea- We Have a Large Variety to Suit all Tastes and Pocketbooks. I

: I'.iutT tomorrow. First >'on*>. Capt. Win. Hayes offered an cola Lodge :No. 42. F. & A.M. .
ttillt1Jt I" a. II). ; -cnud at:1: p. in. ; Tax Collector A. H. D'Alemberte I at 8 o'clock Thursday ---- -- I I
amendment to the by-laws A
'turning at 'j! p. m. All piipiNcf.Kundjy .. requiring was introduced and ttated this was evening. Visiting brethren :
the chairmen! of all committees to an all fraternally in-
: -ctiool and member; <>f
the first time in his history he had vited. BOSTON SHOE STORE
family are c"rdJ: lly invited to nuke reports in writing; which was ,
ever attempted a political speech ;
laid over for action, at the next
that hi* fort was work, not talk. i NATHAN H. rOKCIimilllt, Proprietor.
T J. Dt\i- pr.-..cini( at Mu- meeting. MARITIME.
.. His platform was the platform of ,
II.J, iy morning: aid evenin>r.v Rev. Mr. Whaley's amendment to I' :.Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street. '
.,.ruin: service hs, preached the great democratic party. lulus'ottice --
the constitution, uttered at the April EX PORT 1. I _
wi-liiug a+ an example of :;meeting,I: defining who might be it was: "Low taxes; dose': for June to date. ... ... ... _.. # IO'.w
At the hew
evening.ervicP" > collections and strict business: prin
a the Io"pt'l Wl04 extended ,t I elected honorary members was CLKAKEI tfS2252525'25252S2S25252
ciples. He had earnestly endeav- "pan ss Krancisca IKTT: KchevarriB, by
wrld.u-inp K-v. '.':!:17 called up; and it appearing that the 1 Gulf Transit To for Liverpool, with lllu n\r\ "I rn r
.\t the Sundaychool he I j I ored to live up to these rules since bales cotton,AS hhds lent tobacco. H>.7:"
I provisions of the constitution now in Ihs tliuttleblcH-ks.bus ,,'heat.;Ik.'t' ,l U ,bow the (ientiles re- :[: he had accepted the office at the Hour, 17 pcs oak 101(0,1.11 pieces cedar lots.T.'l '
force contain no enumeration of pcs aiib logs.7,1") pcs oak staves. j ..:! t
> '-i>.-I through mss, -iunatlull. hands of the people, and if they saw ft lumber,]"),.,K)s (t sawn timber.SUhbls, t ; ,
..,' j| cla"sec eligible to honorary membership soil '.'50 'qrbalei cotton value$17 .JU
: I fit to re-elect him he would continuein I'r s s t'erniont.272i.:! Osborne,by the Ling-
and leave the associationfree bam Timber Co for Durban and lielagoa %
", 'L!ied.lily are growing the future as in the past to do Kay,mllli I, .!:!,""" 8 ft sawn timber :!.oo '
the bar and to exercise its discretion, a motion bandies cypress shingles: p;9 cases doors 15cues ru p- ?
t Ittj lu ,
what he believed to be his full duty. corned be..f.I'U cases canned) goods 3
il ciinpaign! warms up ], that the proposed amendment bags salt. N. kegs wire, nails,ii caws condensed He in detail the workings ,
explained mllk.l refrigerator. u cases furniture. I I II
t nil the counters grows be not adopted prevailed. After .S cases btove.s,5"7 head I.'atllt',31 horses -
I of the poll tax system and what 240 tons animal feed 21 crates ".vehicles. : '
drinks terved
I I transacting some routine business boxes harness box tires, :5 poles, f pair I SOUR :
iiiixolfgisu at the was required for voters to qualify to shafts'!!, value sawn
I II 'the meeting adj.urnEd.I Italbk Huneppe de Ahundo m. Monte,
j I i -' 'M,; afttr 11 heated I I vote at the primary July 15 and at by W H Keyser 4 Co for Buenos Ayret.,
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I with T''rt.KKisft' resawn lumber, value71i
lunch will s.ive; ] Happy lime in Old Toun. the succeeding general election. .Quoted for Monday.

.' s'oin, home to :, : .. .
writes R.
"We felt very happy, C. M. Coston, .candidate for representative
i..r: i is always glad N. Bevill, Old Town, Va., "whenKuckleu's Span SB .Krancisra Kcbevarrla. Liverpool
,.rat the Bijou I Arnica Salve whollycured reviewed his published Delagoa lir ss Kay Vermont Usborne, Durban and Represent the HighestAchievement

.a.I. I our daughter of a bad case of I platform and dwelt particularly upon Nor bk Paragon Husch Hott'rdam
(I scald head." It delights! all who It bk :saint Antonia dl fadova. Quarto, in I k

t t- .' V J B. Hubert, 'i: use it for Cuts, Corns Bruises. IIIi I his dispensary plank and his amend. Messina

'- ,-litcandidacy! ]s i I cer, Eruptions. Infallible for Piles. ed text book plank.: Relative to his I I AT QU A RA S'I S It. VALUE GIVING !: Oul2ijc.. at W. A. D'Alemberte'cdrug
.. j. Rus ship Ocean, Mil!, MatlscenRIJaneirotoSCtLCo -
I- '' iti'y commisfit 1 store, 121 South Palafox. support of Senator Mallory, "of

'' I 'r nor .ubject to 'I which there had been so much silly Hr n I'.atten: Hail, lr.\ Weppeiier.Knsen- Every Statement Accords with Honesty and Fair Methods ;
.1 I1 |: CONCERT AND DANCE AT ada via til Lucia to Baars, llUowody.t Co
bin'cr.ltleprim. j talk," it was scarcely necessary for Xorbk Alexander Lawrence, liii.: tlaaversen I Appeals to Your Intelligence Wins Your Confidence.
.' \1 1' K'lbt-rts has been MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY: Rosario via Barbados, to W 8 Kejtf & ;

-: ..-'IVr :old efficient I i: :\H HT. TRAINS AT 1 b, bH: AND I him to say that he favored Mr. Maii Co

: r.-Mit; board. A 9 I LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT j i lory's re-election. He had made a' THE SHIPPING. :! LADIES' HOSE. SHEER WHITE LAWN. I" r

w b.1 vote for the 110. TICKETS CENTS, ATI canvass of the county and had not > I
100 Dozen Ladies' Fast Black 1,200 Yards 27-inch Sheer White i'
t'! ,'"till t THE DEPOT. : ,
r found one man against :\Mallory.. Lawn
IT AIlHII'S. Hose Ic pair.'GRENADINES.. I I .
: Value I "e I !
He didn't want to be lonesome. But Br Olencoe.::)1\(1.\ Cooper to order S'P yard. ; f
span Ida. 1W8,Arana, to liulf Transit C-J I 1
climb into the' fpan Madnleno." 1777, Lu arraga, to W L> I ;
: he did not intend to Witttcb& Co : SCOTCH MADRAS. :

Mallory\ band wagon and ride into Span Hatanderino, I>>H, Equrrola toM H t: I
Sullivan 25 Piece" Imported Lace: and IS Pieces Anderson's Celebrated
tNUNNALL office on :\Jr.allory'* back. Hethought Kr Co Wanderer, W, Hunter, to Gulf Transit Satin Striped Grenadine, in black Scotch Madras in small, mediumand f

too much of him to do that. HHIHH. ;, and white, black and green and linen I large striping: a beautiful and i iI
Y'S I I Nor King Cenrlc, FouUen Tensaeola I j I effects I ever popular wait material, .1 I
He thought each candidate should Lumber CoIr &0c Quality. Monday #K5 yard. 35c i{
I Quality Monday 2.Yj
] Lizzie Barrett In distress I yard. I
I run on his own merits.Jett HARKS I I'' '

| B. Browne of Key West was Nor ARBtue 117s, Bjonness to I3 K L l'o CHAMBRY. I BATISTE. !
RUB Albion.(HA. Snail,to 8 K LCo : I
i'then introduced as a candidate for It Columblni.C3't I'arodt. to order I Three Pieces Ulasco Cord ChamThree Pieces Corded Batiste ; }

:\ > HIGH GRADECANDIES. .ot I f railroad commissioner and a former Xor It Uulseppe ttrma! \1:1\1.1> Albumlo Johnson, to.order Mont to Ro- 1 bry, gray, red and black ground, (Sheer white round, black, red and i

sa-co Kros i! white striping, blue striping for waists, i i.
Mr. Browne ,, Kus Hera, 1'11\7. Hoegblom. tosHLCo ; I
citizen of Pensocola. < !
i Lite' Quality, Monday 12};c yard. 2oc Q'lalityronday 15c
., Br J H Mariners. Hfl, I rank, to order : yard. I
made a most interesting address on. Kus Lima.t70 Burke to fensacnla Lum-

; I, the principal issues of the nationalcampai. : i i ber Nor Co Mataura.cO IKi, Bruusgaard 8 PShotter !: SILK TISSUE. | MERCERISED WHITE MADRAS. : I i f

; i .n. It Iiuo orelle B KRKS., 14t>i.Costa to order 30-inch Dotted Silk Tissue in tan I 27 and 3I-inch in endless variety ,

I I There were two railroad commissioners t>CHO": KKi>. | and grey a swell summer suiting, of design. Your summer outfit H ; .
Am HriIaO'Vetllar3' : :\ to master I I not complete without a suit or waist ; I '
to elect and and five candidate Am HJHlmar.V>,Axelsen, to matter 40-and oOc Quality, Monday 30c yard. of this beautiful material J :

f.ji \rIWH'S Fresh and Excel All Others. *. one of whom was Mr. John G. Reveals a Great Secret. 1 i 50 and COc Quality, Monday 37'.c- y'd r 0

: He did ask | FANTAISIE SILK TISSUE. fl'i
|I Ward of this city. not It i'41 ften asked how such startlingcurt

any to vote against Mr. Ward They -. tint nuzz1"the best physicians!' i 27-inch Red Blue, Ox Blood and ,, LACE CLOVES AND MITTS. t :
are elected b Ur. King's New Discovery Green Ground, '
Fancy Striping |
had two votes to give and he askedI for Jousumption. Here's the {1 material for In Colors and Black, iengzh8i ;
proper a summer
The latest
'f. ...FOR SALE BY... I that one of them be given to him, iecret. It cuts out the phlegm and iown, : elty fsfihionable summer nov- i'.
infected and lets the | <
i basing his claims for asking this on germ life-giving oxygen mucus enrich and vitalize j &0c Quality, Monday 3'Jc. 25c to;1.50 per pair. Ji

sOL CAHN & CO. I' the county fact had that never the people had a state of MonroeI office ; cold cough-worn the and blood.throat stubborn It heals and tee lungs.coughs inflamed.Hard soon jj!j i ONE CASE SEA ISLAND PERCALES IN SHORT LENCTHS, :.1 1 1 ::'I"!

that the railroad commission had yield to Dr. King's New Discovery,
12 l-2c
the most infallible remedy for all I Quality, Monday l-3c.. ;i

5 STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS, judicial powers and there was now Throat and Lung diseases.' Guaranteed I ---- ---- } ";,.

= t no lawyer on the commission, while bottles bottles free at 50 W.c A.and D'Alsinbeite's$1.00 Trial, : : t
W. J & B.
F Comer Palafox and Intendencia Streets. he was the only lawyer among the t 121: South-Palafox. -- -street.-- : FORBES. HI.

+ Ice cream freezers that --.-- ------------- --- _. _.
V .vT'tnc I 178. b< > Pensacola, Fla. I And, thirdly, because Monroe --- --- I I i iI

I stood Escam- freeze quick, at the Willis Cleaning ladies skirts! and waistsis will repair year withes and i ;
bad always by
county of star Lan
one our pecialtie : Jewelry In ftrMt-clasj tyle. J. I j
"::9 bia, dating back to 1S75: when she Hardware Co.'s. I dry. dtepneus. I ;
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The three.. great products of the Answers Criticisms of Chamberlain t MISS FAY LEE

Ka I Inspector General of Army. ,
N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY awarded f Washington June Secretary Root President or the hakeapearh.n Club Kansas City,

has sent to the house a supplemental

report by Major O. F. Long, the army 'Your bookId came to my + nervous tension. T:"-

| quartermaster, formerly In charge of home like & geofheaith soonbegintogicewl,:; .'
e Gol.d Medalsat :'the transport service at San Francis I when I bad: suffmd with the strain.):ou pe La! '.
at unusual d3tur .
the criticisms! made by hadaehebackacheandbeara any
co, answering
I' lagdown pains. I was wsakr or laugh or weep, n:; .
Colonel Chamberlain, inspector general DaVOUI and: hysterical and ; ally,.at no appaze t I ,
of the army. had Dot consulted&111 doctor, That 13 what Jlisr Pas :
9 the Charleston Exposition. Major Long declares the transportswere I thinkini It would pus away rom North Seventh ";

purchased chartered and ma'iv'I la time, but instUd I found ; bansas City, Kansas .'

tained in service as economically as that the pains increased and coming to when! she yes .
wen more fnquent. I de. 11 it herse by talnn lYtr- .
I the conditions! of war and emergency 'I II tided to try Wine of Cudu1 MUll './llM. Canini The 11 ins rr.

lid I warranted; that million were and: ia short time was much her a strong.healthy 11"1' '.

I saved to the government" by the meth- improved. It sumtd to act like a charm. again, 1.3 it hu: made a million r,' :

I ods pursued; that while in a few isolated I ktpt.up the treatment and the result women strong and healthy. By in

cases high prices may have been was most I4twactory. Words fAil to ex ing regular menstruation the er '

1 I paid, yet this was due to urgent necessity I Ins my gratitude for tht suHeriag that system is relieved of the krrir.Je was -'
U now saved me. I am ia flu health, drain The ligaments which h : ,
and is offset by enormous savingsIn
menWIy. I can only
physialIy ay
tad womb in place are strengthen"d' ..
other cases; that regulations'and thtre is ia
army thank you but much more _
healthy flow and that organ 13 r, .
business methods followed hurt for
were ; my you .
to its normal po3ition. R. "
j I I that the San Francisco business community pains are the health is the newt This a ;",

|I gave effective and patriotic rnJEARlXG.DOWN kIlo.w. If Wine of Cardtli has done b t\\ .

| support to the government, and that ble need not from be uncertain this trots-! of the best women in Amer,'d.
iw er | reflections on the community are unwarranted about it. The pains in the abdomen If you need advice write t.,: .

I I by the facts; that as a and back that feel as if heavy weights Advisory Department, The .'

whole all the transactions of the trans were pulling down on the nerves of the, noogauedicine CompanyCa! :' ,

ti port service during the urgency periodof stomach ue "bearl! g-down pains Tenn.. describing all your e

r. Cottolene Gold Dust Boar's Head the Spanish war show infinitely They may not be particularly severe at freelyt and a letter of .1\1- ..
but are worse.
Refined more gain than loss. present they growing ,
I Brand of sent Secure at1,00bott
That drives you'
'r awarded the cr.ly Gold Medal granted ton I deservedly: won the Highestposs.fale : hE'adache which nearly rou ;
Lard Compound I distracted now is caused by the terrible of Cardul from your drug-g.-I,
such a product Ccttslere is a frying and : honor WIFE CHARGED WITH MURDER.

shortening medium; which contains nothirg I Gold! Dints I ackro\vedg:: awarded the only Gold Medal in this line J I A '

f butpuresweetandwholesomevegetabeod! to be the best and irostecsnrrical at the Exposition.; The best known and the : Claimed That She Poisoned Husband WINE CARDVI b 1VmeoCaz.

with: just ersc-jffh selected beef suet added : ,. washing! powder hestma9ebradonthemarket.ltisneutral Ib | With Ground Glass and Arsenic. I .;

i; to 0 tan- proper consistency.' I It is h.Ig'hi y.on the ,maricetItwi in flavor! odorless I and goes farther in 1' Memphis, June 3.-For the past 10

endorsed by the best authorities on cooLrg; _.I cleanany'.hT.gc'ean-! .ec'c;rig than hog lard. It'is superior inqaLty I days Mrs. George Emma Hooks has
abe! c'othes aid d.shes. '
and used : aid has been recognized as thepurest been on trial on the charge of having
e and household: ; economy is by
: -.
aid floors; a 1 d's.
l pars and housewives murdered her husband, Cerro Gordo THE NEW GROCERY STORE
aid best
them In preference to any other cooking fatIt Gold: Dust Lghter.s: labor, by experts -
; t is not far superior to lard and lessens the world over, for over 30 years. i, Hooks, to whom she had given $50,000
or.y -
: cire 0:::==== ==-=
just prior to their marriage ======:Q
A cthercockir..gbutterbutitismoreeconom- the Gold! Dust: Twins! Beware of imitations: represented to be

+ ti ical and healthful: : do your work." "just as good." Upon his death rumors of poison became .
so rife that an autopsy was or. WILLMOVER

,j, dered and arsenic and ground glass
r; Gold Medals, the highest honor bestowed on any prodjct. have been awarded the articles mentioned above by
!i were found in the stomach. Keeps a Complete First-Class Up-to-Date Stockof
p the special awards jury of the South Carolina Inter-State ar.i West Ind:an Exposition: at Charleston. These The rumors spread back to the deathof ; ,

,# medals were won in open competition with the leading: products of the world and the decision! merely endorses and hr former husband. W. H. Atkin. ; Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No. .

of the in ; these articles: : at the head of their: classes.
emphasizes the judgment public pronouncing : respective son, and her eon. Harry AtkInson. The ,

aid i' The judgment of the jury as to the superiority of Gold Dust. Cottolene and Bsar's Head Brand of Lard state proved that Harry died of acute 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block.

Compound; destroys the claims of competitors who manufacture so-called: just as good" products. If you would gastritis just as ha was on the verge : TELEPHONE 327.

have the best washing powder, buy Gold Dust; the best lard compound; : buy Fairbanks: Boar's Head Brand; the best of becoming of age and with a $30- ,

f1 cooking medium, buy Cottolene. All leading grocers sell all three prod: ts. Take: no others 000 life Insurance policy payable to


'T r Yesterday the prosecution played its .
Chicago New York Boston St. Louis. New Orleans, San Francisco Baltimore
I W Savannah. Philadelphia. Montreal, Can. Hamburg, Germany. London England. trump card by producing Dr William WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L.+ TOER TRADE
Krauss the eminent chemist who

swore he found ground glass and evi- THIS SUMMER THAN EVE" rEFC RESEND

; denreF of arsenic in
Harry's stomach.Harrj's .
-- -- -- body was exhumed secretlyat NCW.
JEWELRY JOTTINGS night! in January and reinterred. so
I I In a little town there dwells a man Olsen
-- Thompson & Co
i that no one knew of it until yesterday ,
Ferrous Divine and Educator Passes of exceedingly" shiftless di,.po<:ition, Portrait jewelry has u goodly follow {i ,

i ; Away at Oberlin, O. and rift-ntly ln pot bit "come-up-ance." In,:, and canieos are au increasing tiei i I Manresa Street Telephone -/TV.
I Ills wife bad borneitli his hiiftle! II.I ,
Ol Prlin, 0.. Jim President Henry light to mauy. i j I.
i Barrow. of Oltfrlin college, diet iif'sS for some 'elrs. Souiotiuit she Wh.te! enamel Cower brooches, with Daring the summer kidney irregularities -- ----- -- ----- --- -
I scolditl him: sharply, but it had no iffeet. are often caused:: by exce ESTABLISHED
diamonds ,
{ at 2SO o'clock this morning. i as'utl'rs or ns dewdrop.htcasantly i
I (save drinking or being overheated. I!
So inn:; ns he could! shuffle down : the!
Dr John Henry! Harrows'a.'I' born suggest! dainty toilets of Attend to the
to the ulla'sutore and gossip: with I kidneys at once by .
in Medina. Mi h.. July 1. 1S17. was summer. usin? Foley's Kidney Cure. W. A. McKENZIE OERTING & CODIALIRS
other! rider clo Mells In the town be did .
graduated from OllvH college In 1867;: ; A double row of earls finishes tlie D'Alemberte, 121 South Palafox. j ,
'; not cine for a shaip t0111 UP. i i of 'I I o t.
his theological training Wag obtained, eoke a beautiful! shell! couib. and below 0
lie never worked, and the wife sup. End of War Will Increase Trade.
this the" hell is
!n Yap.! Union and Andovor semina- polled her biislmud and did the housework I in on brilliants.An a raised ribbondesign I New York, June 3.-In the opinion and General
Ship Hardware
d Chandlery
ries. He
pieached in Springfield 111., cooking :.:uotI meals for his laziness attractive and unusual watch fob of trading company officials and steamship I
and Lawrence and Boston Mass.; he lo 'iltlr leMtir. One he 'I here '
trw day agents having business vela
for a lady consists of five tourtualiars 80S si PALAi'OX 8TUE. 1'.
wes J&stor of the First Presbyterian had a chance work and did nut take tions with South Africa, the cessationof
of different light colors, square cut. del-1 t -.-,
church of Chicago for 15: years. In It. HI! wife heard alnmt it and gavehim lately mounted in gold and linked to the Boer war will mean a largo LOHJJVOSrREVERE -

1&3 Dr. Barrows was the organizer a piece of her mind, but l he received ether.Hoek. I increase' in trade. The traders" have ] COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S HONH CO 8
!; ,
and president of the woild's
parliament as stolidly as ever lie \'t'lJtl.wn bad
no reason to complain
a quartz figures charmingly! In the during the
of religions hell during theWorld's to the store that: morning, as: usual, aa handles of fine parasols, and beautiful 1 war, however, for they say Great Britain I Csrtitzi lhlt, till, Ititinl Isslrioials Clirit>I, litiin, "&'flOOHPASSF8. .

fair. In November, 1S9S, he placid and as selfatlstiitl as l'nr.Wh'n balls has bought; a large of her
agate are another taconite Gold part food ,,; LOGS, BTJ
was elected! president of Oherlin collff. he returned at nooa, a strangesiht ; en dragons: and snakes coiling around'supplies for the army here. Until the C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Aent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Aciation. (3

Dunn; his incum! ncy as president greeted; his eyes." The house was wood sticks represent still! other effeotive : army is entirely withdrawn from South .
the institution has prosperedrrcatiy. empty, bare as Mother Huhtmrd's cup '
motifs-Jewelers' Circular-[ supplies will continue to be
bon rd. II! went into the bedroomsI'.edfteads .
Weekly.: forwarded for it. but in decrlslng'quantities. ,
bureaus, all the furniture, I
In place cf hay and The Star
DEATH OF COLONEL DACHE. the curtains, everything had been re I grain Laundry
Spring Fever. and canned goods will e\entually go ,
'1I Spring fever is another name for j I! lumber, winjow casing, door frames,
btairs. He into the
kitchen hop
Fi'tired General of United States crept
Army biliousness. It is more serious than I'(harrows, ploughs! ,
Dies at Washington. lug that tht-re at least he mmht; find moat people think. A torpid liver I and mIning machinery farming-machinery all Biggest Busiest Best Ii I
I Washington. Jur. 1.-Colonel A. S. Ronifthiiitf comfortable. Here too emp and inactive bowels mean a poison- :'the "

Bad.1, surgeon general of the United" tines greeted him, but directly in the ed system, If neglected, serious 111I.I i I. supplies necessary to reconstructthe

States army retired, I is dead at his center of the floor was a little whit UfoS may follow such symptoms. 'i country.
wnt, and on it in gilt letters were the De Witt's Little Early Risers remove
home in this dty. He entered the i all danger by stimulating the liver I Prominent Mason Dead. r I I4tAfiaf
words "Think of me. -
1 \SVe Gather
army as assistant surgeon in 18'Jl. I --i- opening the bowels and cleansing New York June 3.-Peter Ross i Up Thin:'

After the nvil war he was stationed II the system of impurities Safe pills. ,, LL. D., a thirty-third degree Mason,
for a time in San FrancWo! and for I,I Xo good health unesthe ki Joeys ;ripe"I have taken De.1' grand historian of the grand lodge of
I are found. I 11Vitt's From all of the
Foley's Kidney CureIlake. parts et lOur
Little Risers i fr
Early for ?
a number of
years was the chief surgeon .. the torpid Masons in this state and the author of i

".1( of the department of the Platte, D'Alemberte kidneys, 121 :S. Palafox.risht. W. A. liver R. M.every Everly: spring, Jlound/ville for years,,"\\writes. V i many books on Freemasonry" and Scot ',h+ +,r ,t ;f''' delivery men will l'1
a. r
with headquarters 4t Omaha. Later 11 I They do! me more good than any- fish history, is dead at his home in a' :off r v, '': where, at any time that: su
't l lie Cnailel Chnlter."What's
was transferred: to Washington as thing; I have ever tried." Hargis'' this city after a long Illness He r

assistant surgeon general.; He remained that woman up to now?" Pharmacy John ::Sheppard: :Sidney was born in Edinburgh! in 1817. Dr. J Write or telephone us and w-

I on duty there until his health asked the old stocking in the work Kahn. Ross was for IS years secretary of ,. .
deavor to
failed. haskl't. serve you better :
the North
h American Association of
V Colonel Bache was tw /married, "She's getting out hir needle and OASTORZA. Caledonian clubs. : other Laundry
e his widow being the daughter of Major : yarn," replied the scissors. Bess.the lta Ri i Yoa Hates roofs. BozI
"\VeU, I'll be darned," exclaimed B: at.rea'
General James \V. .'ors tht>, UFrlend.hlp.
I stocking., -Philadelphia!! Press. Wuentbebowels ALL WORK C. 0 D. '
tired.. ...0 5rEJTE are constipated ; GCiS( CUM f for and BellTflt :
'. the blood
FRUITS AND FLOWERS. I Not to He KiprotrJ. Tribute fl CELEBRATED S b4eOnt'Hmpure. TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
I. 1 haven't had a square meal for a (at the rl't'rJtlonl-Poor, dear The Kitten Is

!letter & little pruning; at a time anA 1';1 week." began the dusty pilgrim.!; :Miss! Psliimaiu is the scrawniest:: girl I Il:1bl'l1 Uxatlv the best known and WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
Lore il't she?
often.It I "Neither! hate I," blurted out the we I ll: 1'Ie: blood purifier.Itcure ,

dressed man as he started to slam the don't know. It's neck and 9i I "i" ------- ---.
J la rarely god economy to set" a J
neck l U-tween
jouug tree where" an old one iota died. i door "What do you expect ia !IWUMclecuin : her and Fan Dilliwink.I :: Sick> HeacacheIndigestion Medical Society, Attention
' i I : timer-Philadelphia Record. Chicago! Tribune. : .. --v.
Put a flock of hens ii. .lit* plum orchard I -- '- .,:; ,,\ KIDNEY DISEASES There will be a regular meet a. !

and the trees will l,o uiucli\ losa: I A Real Friend. One Way i! : Dyspepsia, I the Pensacola Medical Hociet.a, ;

Infested with curoviio. "I Husband and the Board of Health office 11 II
from dyspepsia and in expect some of my rela-1 k
4 It trees from distance are partly) I digestion for fifteen years" says W. du-s on a visit next week dear Can Malaria. Fever I IfI tIM meat LatiJ of all di o'clock p.m.Tuesday, June
t t dry when received, bury them for a T. bturdevant of Oak, Visiting physicians are cot ;
I Merry X. C. you suggest; anything to make them b STOMACH Ague. I WtI.FOLEY". Invited to
-- : wet k, top and all in Qui-ly pulverized "After I had tried many doctors and happy while they are here? I Ilte1 Sand j attend.
DR. E. F. BR r
luoist soil to restore them I I medicines to no avail, one of nr \\ might leave totes-Detroit QITTER I & will convince
M'H lURE is Pre-
friends )'ou II I i
A i ij I.'ollolIaturt.'. instead of trying to persuaded me to try KodoL 1 Free Press. I I DR. W. C. DEWBERV
'I I It gave immediate relief. I can eat Ii i litfttttU But*
t circumvent or Improve ui>ou her. The j: almost; I i ) o25ttf Secretary
tri f anything want now and
t Gert Bowers and the most satisfactory digestion; is ood. I cheerfully my) Cortotttr- I PSOPE3SIONAL CARDS -

I; a results! are secured this manucr. I recommend Kodol." Don't try to "Pardon my curiosity but I"- i _- I or monty refunded. Cot\taim Marston $ Quina carr

m The winds should be" considered when 1 cure stomach trouble by diet:l6'. "'Oh. your curiosity is all right: your I W. I remediei recognized by eminent the largest line of matt?,
III t deciding where and Low to set dowers That only further weakens the sea mistake is in showing It."-Boston C. ROWE, M. D. I

1-t1! s A narrow drafty place is trying to delicate tem. You need wholesome.strength. Transcript: Office 17 physician u the but fa rugs, window shades, etc.
: K 8. J JHoarsfromSto9sam.aud
PaUfox. II
t varieties, and flowers which "lose I assimilate cuing food. Kodol enables you to I Kidney and Bladder troublti.W. in the city. We lay ell
+ what you eat by digest WARNING.If 1 t) 3 p. m
their beads" easily should never la ing it without the tomach's aid and after o'clock.. I u Nat ae/ ..... matting free.ADMINISTRATOR'S.
.ailed to live In a gale Hargis' Pharmacy, John Sheppard you have kidney or bladder W. A. _
The common pumpkin vine Is splen- Kidney Kahn trouble and do not use Folev' Kidney phone OS.GIIAXD NOTICE.

R did! for long distance decoration. The Cure, yon will have only your-1'it I Estate of L. M KImberly,deceasedNotice
Paints self to blame for results, as it pos t- Ii hereby given that on t..v
huge, yellow, trumpet shaped blossom oils EXCURSION
glass and lively cures all forms of kidney and' day of July,A, D. 1WJ.\ I will apply
twd out across au entire garden.:1ID5t builders' hardware at the bladder diseases. W, A. D'Alem-1 a Honorable Probate Judge of E* .
.\.. dark paint or gray old buildings berte, 121 S. Palafox. county, t'ortda.f o. a diicbarge r:
Willis iJlJL administration of aid estate,
Hardware Co.
's. I
the effect la: delightful. WILLIAM: t'I-

La Do you-want magnificent watch Water coolers that do not JaJToam Admlnutr: -

WAS WASTING AWAY. for little money? If so, call on waste ice, at the 1i all isIeiTobfobileSatarday j -

The following letter from Robert Stephens commodate, the you.jeweler. He will ac Hardware Co.'s. r LODGE DIRECTORY

R. Watts of Salem, Mo., is instructive I IL\RPIR
: "I hare been troubled with MIDWIFERY, Everybody has a right to a Litt I ; night June 11, ,, -
kidney disease for the last fire piece of this earth. But they mast leavtnx the union depot at 10:30 p. KENTUCKY KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.PenMcolm .
The undersigned fight for it. I. 1 m.[ Returning, train will leave Mo
sears I lost flesh and never felt take this methodof They must watch their f -
well and doctored with leading phy offering; her services as a chance to get it, and get it. 1 bile t at 12 o'clock Sunday night, WHISKEY Lodge No.3, K. of T.
sicians and tried all remedies suggested first-class licensed midwife, bav Thos. C. Watson cSt Co. 15. Fare for the round trip, .
1 n.50j from Monday ereo
j Ing had 35 Cantonment and every
without relief. Finally years experience. I have some particularly fine Century atiNw atsw at Cattle H"
bargains i same aa Pensacola. 'J
t;id Foley's Kidney Care and less Can give best of references from to offer just and For farther iniormition # the Blonnt Wuo
"4 now, they invite | apply to \ ,
than two bottles completely cured leading physicians of this city. third floor.
von to and
come i .
investigate same. eort'-w
-+ me had I am now sound and well." MRS. M. GIDDEXS, Yon will ROBT. KIJ.O or fllDI .
W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 ti. Palafoxtt JUt 111 South DeVilliers St. so. never regret having done I I PETERTHOxes, M.CAFBfI.i,

[ Excursion Managers I olf by Dau eisser Bros K. B.*. !. C,C


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..- ........- I THE FASHIONS. l .
very hot iron should DeTer be used \ '
GD DUST tains do your work," for flannels or woolens. Chiffon veils hemstitched in heavy t

.ldldt embroidery! silk of another color are a ar
water will restore almost
any coining no\elty. r
faded color if put Into tbe rinsing water i rII

after the goods are washed.If The feature In the summer goods Is : i

black underwear stockings F- the silky finish and the openwork strip- ,
ing in the weaving. 1
black yarn that !is to be knitted is boil _
Filet lace of a deep shade makesa
ed few ecru
a minutes In milk the dye will
cot stain the skin. t pretty edge on flat shoulder collars of

plaited linen batiste. for Infants' arid'Children. 'ij.
fir' =4 Stains on flannels may be removed :
Parisian and home dressmakers have .
by applying equal quantities of yolk of
egg and glycerin! and it made a specialty this spring of simple Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OU, Paregoric ".
allowing to
soak for halt an hour before the garment pretty blouse and shirt suits of linen Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. Itcontains
and duck in delicate coloringsStylish neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
is washed. tub>tance. It destroys Worms and allays Feveri huess.

Black lace may be washed in warm :' t outing hats of stitched linen It cures Diarrluea and Wind Colic It relieves Teeth-

water to which a little borax has teen are simply trimmed about the crown ing Trembles and cures Constipation. It regulates the
,' clcthw ue the ran:t of using with a softly folded band of linen batiste natural
:pro w added in the proportion of a teaspoonful Stomach and Bowels giving healthy anti sleep. J
with a large rosette of the same The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
to a pint This lace should never !

GOLD DUST be dried by the fire, as It will turn rusty. THE THIEF OF BEAUTYIs at the left side. The Kind You Have
Bough4Bears i
One of the
To sponge it use an old black kid Captured byBradfield' coolest and prettiest hats
I:ght the labors of w&ihine Turns wash of the season is made of white lilacs,
tues glove..
g aj Day, far better than Soap and more Regulator. the Signature of
C11 to natural one can almost smell the j
K"".cr..cl.; Steel faced sadirons, with reasonably Thousands of young women are waking
r T:tE: N, K. FAIRBANK COMPANY high bandies and six or seven poundsIn to the fact that inherited comliness ha fragrance with a few leaves and the
Wt the i
New York BotonSt Low been crown of bat of white tulfe.The .
cc. stolen, and instead of
weight, meet the greater number of glowing {
lxa > c! OVAL FAIRY SOAP. laundry needs The variety in irons is cheeks and bright eyes! the tell-tal fashionable milliners have discarded -

- -_. _- so great that every woman should be wrinkles of pain have taken their place. Irish crochet lace this season,
These are the warning feelings! Weak but the dressmakers have DOt and either
able to find something suitable to ber .
and tired in the '
HE. HORSES.0.;. morning, no life to en tel as entire trimming or in combination

liking. upon their former pleasures, irritable with other lace it on the In Use For Over 30 Years .
C r: 10'4.. Is d.':id. I The glass washboards are clean durable cross, dull headaches, general dispirited majority of the seasons handsomest TNt er"TaU" co....... n .u""., ..."UT ..aw T .." Ctrl.PENSACOLA .

,. 'Hi'... dam of Harry I/>- I and good for the clothes Their feeling, sleepless nights, cold feet, "tear models .
ing down" pains. All these
been bred to Uaroudale.v one drawback is that they are a trifle svnlptomlindicate .
I | heavy. Sanitarily they ore far and deranged and weakened organs,
and exhausted energies follow the weak Strictly Ratine. The Beer 1

clnpJug: stakes of Clnircuit !]I away better than the wooden or zinc eneil condition of the female organs a! "Have you observed that man who I

; faced ones, which absorb dirt and hold surely as night follows l1aSa'e has been abusing ?"
: meeting will foot jour you CONSERVATORY( V l f OF f MUSiC
!! all manner of taints. I self from worse results by taking "Yes," answered Senator Sorghum That Made

'. 2 07li, Las been I I BRADFIELD'SFemale placidly "1'\1.' been watching him witha
"r : put I O'l CHAFFERS Director
Ur.rd Work of a Dress Model I i
great deal of Interest. If I wanted
ip'di -u!'biirK. N. V. lie I A model's work Is hardest in a wholesale j i' RegulatorThe anybody abused, 1 don't know but I ,
,II his year of''I D DAHHB N SISSSR I r AM I U QS
where the various sorts most invigorating menstrual regulatoi should! hire him in preference to any ,
will i Piano, Voice Culture, Violin, Pipe
iVilllamcport purnuuts are put on in order that buyers iu the world. It relieves painful, profuse, i body 1 know if.-Washiugton Star.
:S11 j\.r 1'ri lie*, '.'.OS1;. a udii : may tee thorn to the best advan. oljstnicted or suppressed menstruation, Organ Cornet, Mandolin, Guitar

Ins stable this! season. I tage. Suppose that buyer Is lookingfor I nervousness! headaches,
"*, the dam of Coleridge, evening gowns, says a well known of face and minetry of form are the results "What do you think of this 'ere new Also Director Pensacola Concert

; J.II'I:11Il: of Dr. Moment, I model. I, to show them well, go into of use.. Oidn: "ri ts$[. "Our book, laundry tru! "Perfect Health for 'V
omen. free.
.,en bred to Cedlian! Chief. : a dressing room and change everything. I "It's an outrage, LImpy, an outrage,
IRE BRADFIELD Brass and Music Furnished
;. and Little Boy, :_: :OI1?;, : When I reappear, my neck and arms .. an' I'll be one of the first organized:; MADE BY ACME BREWING CO.

r o by Scott McCoy for the are bare and my petticoats and stock : ----I bund of fellers that'll agree to have All Occasions. BKSt 1O-CKNT ItOTTI'B HKI'.KIN

;a, and pacing records to ': ings and shoes are all Iu harmony with New For Old One. ;i uo laundry done for the noz' sismonths. Address : Escambia Hotel. TOWN.DiVNNHEISSER.

the color of the elaborate frock I am ,I Not every one is aware of Just what ."-<;ieveland Plain Dealer.SoTired .
Stadio Parlors of Fi-t
d It is believed that if : wearing. I'crLaps you think this is the United States eubtreaeury will do : Church.ANTALMID. BROS.

:vruii trains ou as he did i easy work. Well. I assure jou it iu'twh'n ; : fur a person with soiled currency. IfI j I I AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED .

.. !II! mile the air is warm the buyer in a any one has such bill, in no matter i r
trot a to wagonovite i
,,;.1 r. :I hurry and 1 am required appear' in : how small quantity, and wishes to pet'' I I. f, Harper Whisk y.

I maj be a dozen towns in an hour. brand new bills, all he has to do is togo I
2.U7V4. will be racsea&on. Main House-401 8. Palafor street.
i "We have when we pose for stockings i dawu to the fcubtrcas-ury and hand ,, It may be from overwork, but These! tiny Capsules sre superior] ,
Last he
year was I dozens of pairs' of pretty shoos to i the old currency over the counter. The the chances are its from an in. I to Balsam of R.R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot
times in western ands P. 0, Box 281. Pensacola, Fla. 1 t
help show the stockings off. Stocking : governuleut111 hand him iu return active LIVER Crbebs tnd COPaib&S!
'a also at Lexington and = Phones 1I -2C8.
' models are a necessity. It is impossible I new bills of any desired, denomination. They cure in 48 -
u two second, thioei.
.iiiiig ( for the buyer to tell accuratelythe Perhaps under a strict interpretation : With a well conducted LIVERone same .Iw&sri with<>at any incon-;

;" :'uurth monejs. I II I fineness of the silk and the design i i of the law the government clerk might !: can do mountains of labor 's2'LC'. SOt P Hll !)DRUGGIST Buy a new garden hose I '

I of embroidery unless she sees the refuse certain bills on the plea that j I without fatigue.It .
from the Willis
"- Inure catarrh iiithis seciiuitiy / stockings on. So in our retiring room they were still fit for circulation, but 1 1i

: '1 ... than all other we blip into those stockings, we select i i In practice the government Is inclined I II adds hundred percent to Every Woman Company.

'- put toL'otlit'r! and until the j.j.I a pair of little shoos that suit them !!I to beery obliging, and, unless the supply I ones earning capacity.it 1' V 1I1'1, ialnlereetedandahoaldknow ;

\\' ..'..al'- w.i- 'ilppo-t.d tn be iniil and then we come forth and exhibit i of clwin! money on hand should I II can be kept in healthful action about tlie wonderful NOTICK.

<-. l-.ii a great many yoirmr ourseU os."-Philadelphia Uocord. I I happen to lie temporarily short theclerk I II and 'gt 1.yP Tbeuewtwt.aIPrrl.re.MARVEL Whirling Spray I have been authorized to take
by, only byTuft's tnjtt.
local diillhlpl''rilt..d
(1"11I011111.1"(1 it a : II
( ? I I I will without hesitation hand overI i ii ., t.oaa.dSto... nest-sob subscriptions for Win. JenningsBryan's -.
l | l Loral rein"dieltd \ -, en-1tt"lC'onvrulnlL
',. Women and Mm. I i perfectly new and unfolded bills in return Il IIum lulullj. paper "The Commoner. j
tij "-I' i-tantly failing to tit by y
i< at tr>'aiiin.iii pronounced it inurahle. I As a rule, the lives of women are so i I for money which has been folded ;: .,.L.,.a.-q lolL.... .. The price is $1.00 per year in ad
' cionee'(' lu., provtna- 'lu.ly related to those of men thnt possibly only a'l'ry few times. 1I 1 M If b%"aY.I.ac.wptno"" ""otIUPI"Jtb. o vance. Those desiring the seeding paper i
I I Pills ; can have it sent to them by I
rh to l hI' a constitutional: tli..-a,.-. they partake very largely; of the viclsMimics I As a matter of fact a vast amount ttl.tratedin.'k-nthrrhntcendetalupfnrtl" d.d.ttrrre-. n F $1.00 to the undersigned ,

therefore require-constitution.1 of their male associates NothIn of money is turned in which could not full iiHrtic.nd'o1..III.n.ln. / H.M. ROCHE
'ineiit. Hall'Catairli Cure, can )be more wretched than! the life Lave circulated among more than half Care Daily News.
l RoomTIe Kldz.,New York.
Pictured: ItF.J. /
: ClionpyACo.,
dozen But it is all redeemed
of women In the slums under the prac- a hands.

'Ohio, i.i the only maikct.contitunre I tical domination of brutal and drunk nnd the new currency issued in ex : TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. I
on the
It iit.inally Is. ,
i in dose-, from 10 on parents husbands and sons. Talk : change. The sulitrea-tiry supplies' the THE GARDEN SECTION )

., tra-nooiiful. It acts di-I i with persons familiar with the coiuli, ; new cash, too, without any expense -- i

ic b'ood and iniieoiit ur- i lion of women iu the poorer neighborhoods :i no matter if millions are to be ex- ..
.. o-OF-o
le sy=tela. They oiler one ; of lh)!'tOn, Philadelphia! Now :i changed.-New York Times.Didn't 10,000 fr ,

dollar for any cae it fails ; YOlk and Chicago, and one is almosttunptcd i / Awarded at

..><-iul for circular; and to,.:- to despair of human progrissWhil" i i Fear Iffa Dead Patient. IFensacola .Florida !

Address, I we struggle; to wiu fur women There is a doctor of the old sl.'hotJlln

I K. J. CHKXEY& Co., I the large possible' : measure of free- one of the New England Ullages near t j Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. 1j 1
Toledo Ohio.
i' ujrirMs /de. I don and opportunity, we should never i! Katn'.clph, Mass., whose house I is surrounded ( j

:' forget that the interests of the sexes by a cemeterj. The cemetery Beautiful Lots for Sale. I

i arc PO intimately connected that both is b<-hind the house and comes up flllsli I

HORT STORIES. ;i mu>t rise or fall together. TLe rights with the road on either side running WINE CORDIAL i

I t.f women and the welfare of men cannot off to east and west for an eighth of a Hithesi! recommendations for cure of Poorness t 40x137 feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord- ;
liO of butterflies of Blood. Stomach troubles and General De-
i SPeCies
I be severedIn the long run men ': mile. Somo people' might find such! a \ bili'jr. Increases the appetite, strengthens ing to location and surroundings. 1
\1.'l: !'o and Central Amcr-
I the and builds ihe entire stem. I
I are what women help to make them i huuse lot doleful: and surely the nei;:hi nerves up I)

I and women are what men poimlt wo .i hors are not lively. Hut that thought: I S3 rap mount Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, i
department j
-diet dangerous 'ibead- mou to L\come.-I'LilaJl"Ihil' Ledger ne er troubled the villagers; l'O much a- K. roucrra A to.i High, Dry Fertile Lands.
I 1 the prospect of ;coin home at ni;.:ht. I Aar.la.S'. t
The Carr uf the Hair. : In the country towns of New I iiglaiulthe I

r. iijse in Boston from At night before retiring brush: the graveyard at eight is still a thing/ u __ The grandest opportunity for investment ever J!

ins famous ride, is hiir carefully and braid it loosely in a of terror an iuhetited terror. There cffered in Pensacola. j

... i number of strands. Avoid wetting the I are still tov.us where all the praxes are It's a Mistake i t

wood alcohol Is amy hair too often to make it glossy, as the dug on a line ruimiiig duo cast iintl Home Seekers Should See These Lots. J Jj

state which wetting! has a tendency to make the !1 west, with the footstones toward the j

.1 account. hair coarse. Avoid putting tbe hair i cast so that the dead nriy: risi? face to

imputation In up in kids at night to wave it They I face with the .Ind-e on the lust day So I First-Class Western Beef Is .-V.Clubbs : I

including the Ire more harmful than even the much the doctor i lt often asked the tion Not 25 Cents a Pound. i

\< 'I 1 as by uati : abused curling Iron as the hair is i| "Are you not afraid to go home sometime I Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. i

.. .' '.1 i ,I 'i doll XfflfiuO I I tvvNtod about the kid so tightly that | at night:" .

'. : '1': lwto 1 :>jUUO in it actually wears it out, and a bald i i And his answer! is always the same: Look at our Prices : ,
'' the result will trouble I
'I spot is opt in time to be "No. My neighbors never Lastyear Now
I I President.! Vtce Prestdent Ca bter, Alit Caihler, 1
I'I There 1 is a shampoo just now much | me. They all owe me money. -New Extra Loin..Tc to 18c 20c

I in favor with women of fashion. It is! York Tribune. Round ..... ..... ... 15c 15c
'" I Iii/ trouble and I It Brisket and Chuck. be H cRib
known as the perfume shampoo.
.- ( :in be quickly re- :,I consists of sprinkling the hair with or i Leads Them All. I Roa t .... ... .. loc Ihc First National Bank !

I "> 'it 1 InFogy's' Honey i "One Minute Cough Cure beats all Rump ..... .. ... .. 15c 15c
U :\ I K Alemberte, 121! ris holder leaving the fragrant powder I
on long enough to collect tbe dust other medicines 1 ever tried for i Considering quality, above prices ,

oil and then giving the hair a '. coughs, cold, croup and throat aud I, are cheaper than in any other city of
and lung troubles" says D. Scott Currinof tlm size in the country.We OF PENSACOLA. FLA. ;
The orris Bhamlioo .Itl
I vigorous brushing. Loganton, Pa. One Minute Cough do have to pay more for our t I

CASTOR when thus taken is quite harmless Cure H the only absolutely safe I meat<. and have to charge more DIRplOTORI: .,e .
1 leaves the hair with Just a subtle which immedi- : but i n't fault t
ana | cough remedy acts than formerly, it < our 1 I ID.
Ftf I Jauts and Children. I perfume about It.-Woman's Home ately. Mothers everywhere testifyto and we are gelling as low as we possibly tF
Companion. the good it has done their little can.

'ones Croup is ?o sudden in its attacks -

Bong Children rend ltr.pect.Don't slave 'I.l too late.that It the yields doctor at once often arrives to One PARLOR MARKET, r Lidc ti! Ez w DUAt &d SQL I 11

6 C of jou. let They jour"I'Vlo't.child: it n- make their a respect Minute Cough Cure. Plea-ant toi Phone. 173. .J 11t1. :S. Hell, & :Sons. c r rI c i B mn 1 !

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i i take. Children like it. Sure; cure
down before ,
for any one who bows I
for grip bronchiti, coughs.; Hareis'Pharmacy '
'them. Yon want your giownup sons : John fheppard Sidney ,.We draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain Ireland ,1.:

and mid daughters to reverence you in later 1 Kahn Germany France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain Belgium Russia, Not 1
'tilery scis- to as a final I -- WING HOP 1 60.
i years, to come you I ij I ij. way Sweden Denmark and other European countries 1 i.:
CA.STOn.J.A.: ,
'*i the tines! to the I court of appeal Above all. you want .

(tt the Willis their: l love and trust and friendsh'p.NvUh'ng i .....the 1"t had Yi'i Hats 1'Aats &IhzitI DlrVetsels Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Terms, and the!) .I

J; 'r : Is more pitiful than to seethe I 'gnetsn r 11-1-- Importers and Dealers In- Obligations Taken Payable at Port of nestmaUon Ten or Fifteen Day.'j'

'< 1L'o.c way some grownup children treat J after Vessel Arrives there. ; t I

their :mothers mothers who have chel'r- Chinese and JapaneseFancy ,i.
fVSafety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection
fu''y'! given up everything for them If are thinking of moving
n they were little, and tbe saddest i Goods, with which we have Prira Apartment for the Use .

((GPM d..UseaieGforonnatnralt.U ..h.rg..lod..ma'.I'''na. 1. -14 of all is that such mothers have : see Harry: Hallmark or call phone i of Renter ;I
irritatiuna or ulcerationf FINE CHINA TEAS
d mucouf mew.ra..... //o.te",' ..I i'v! 'ny! themselves to blame for 251 and let him quote you prices. He .,
.. .w IlL 1'aiDli'M. and nut utiia 31 South Palafox St. : i
llna Ut'iurabe[ state of things:

k.uf). goatotpoltnaud.sold by DratrcUif I. has the best spring floats in the city.I Laundry Office. Pensacola, Fla. WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! t }

+, or tout in plait wrapper, Ca. filobr' .
f by eapre+'. pI'1rr.i.l..fut: Know One Sure Remedy -----
( d II.UU, or 3 botUe,,, $2.Vs. !> In fitting on gas globes It is a comi lie La J-BIII..am I ', wrap Indic for oar tiinlM 1 .1
e' ( obstinate co luuue ..
ircular an
taut st cr
ua te I i mon error to screw them on to the gas .. -- .- REMOVAL NOTICE. ardwewhat ryutttut RESDTHELE7Ttee f oJ
1'1'- from our pttn.rf and ': ;
: fixtures as tightly as possible. This Is Marston $ Qaina are sole + nimnu we... me I.? tt! out I* t tortd rust YUII. '
I I OnflSi '
1 I are flyn/.dl! mfioongtjj :
a grave error, for If tha- lobe has not pa.i h '*T of 1rt a'Mtothoap nu*> i bjai,. '
&NYRQYAL PILLS room to expand it will' surely break >!, agents for the celebrated : Dr. G. H. Tuttle, 2 I I |I or cboio-of boti. atHneof of ILf*liawlncirt their- '

rI ( "'b a ulr.tc 4nal.d.umr.III when the gas is lighted and the glass Odorless refrigerators, I .Iarrar..opalna'! ","" '.UIIItlntb.."K market err.. nor La' .If 4.Psta J.I..ta. Lake,
Dr. J. G. Heard .
tr' '<: HKVrit<..II.Rlait/'Ire.:".: F; (.I'.JI Midirruu. becomes hot Many mysterious breakages absolutely guaranteed or l'lalo-lwlJlter herdiul! : UfXPtCf wnta Soap TIIIMloPIllwho..I'yu i

.. due to too we give a bIMree In.- l>.i-nu ain
". ..Le... ...., : are tight: screws. ,
.." >Ul III.tlo.. and 1J 1! refunded.There's DENTISTS. to11>'t -bat a h. a"r" oe orated and
." DrKp *...., '... .r I money RBISTOL. VT .<1 tr?<-nl',fmi U2.!'ir utiiily o.e, Innwrat. 1

1 l.rllrr e.r...tirulnn| Tf.t'mouUli.n. truer r-t re- Time Will Work Wonders.It 1! Kooms 7 and !>, Matonic! TempleAll I tm WTT ranch Pea. rot w:ti wy fit t k<*.oat l>''ung. FJKKM""10I101r1'tb..'....Con-i. t'-,'irt..!;J'.I Vtm..IrU ., { j
'Ia' Iauuu t'nuIUw I'e.lb, I. was HI::\,1. lots of money to be made in uf tauter older uon fr r Cn.latrt. Iw: ***. linen and '. .
r kl.anr.rr..kr. >il,.al1'.: -lots of it. A real estate branches of Kuricical.' Operative" and oM>i LILt IIE-'W r..rill. t.ran"I'r.u ...nng 31.br... :
real estate .
V InXmnu-iiliF _
their tn Mu Ial l
flPARKER'S r e. Two citizens were discussing C.Le.4TILB.r. (lnl Ifrup'* 1 I
"sign is usually a flneer-board to Mechanical Dentistry performed with technical (". od.no Tt4 to-dar. Mr aiiome'i art ail IeTi"ii we al! w a T..TT fanl. *-....t' 'ivH i
I friends. skill.Special well |.;....4 w.u ther: Ump._ Wi a a' r4arn a.0 Wetrdalyoo. Sotnm yr 1r"d. d
is stock wealth. Thos. C. Watson & inch c reia"p.I"..,before. w" -""KEdtnulhrr! <>rt e allow T< n is dap' lime in*wt. h tl.
"That man Srjythe horribly the leading Real Estate firm attention" given to CbiHren'aTenh.old in a ft., oa.i.. I *B> nan, I"an plrivi w.tit tnttiodolm. to driirrr the ruM and r 1lod year )
," said the first citizen. Co' and Porcelain Fillings, Crown ei Hn. A(. b iillCllLNGa.' moniy befwo wjriuu u. l>.." dtJaj.Lor .
?L '- HAIR BALSAM up otters which it wouldbe
have some and Work.
a{ ., (''J.' ....ti. aud. luiunnl tirviiitir frunll.yver the har.. "lie Is that." agreed tbe seccnd. "Did; worth your while to consider. Go Best Bridge Material; Competent Equipment.I SALVONA SOAP CO., 12th i PinE Sts. ST. LOUIS, MO. ,

s. >Hair to Fail it. to YoutUful Hettorf Color.any you bear about Lis spelling his nameS and see them today, and don't waitI r

i. # lLrt.r.pJ..a.r.aba.rtulat, I !: -m-H.b now T'-Baltimore: Arucrkan.r I till to-morrow. I I Telephone No. U78. ,I
I. Lr..wlton Ian W

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N 1G1E1ThE1fl O BROTHER KILLEDIN ....................NNNt .. .


r.! j .
.!5 sass I' J. Snyder, was called to Mobile i : : tV 04
Miss Ada Jaquess left yesterdayfor $2 50
SHIPPING POINT her home in Indiana. last night by a telegram announcing 0 ji ---..;

the death of his brother Wm. Soy THIS WEEK
Lep Hirschman left today for Beatrice i !
der, who was run over and killed-by II OXFORDS _
L1; Ala.: on a business trip. ",
a street car
Mrs. L. P. Golson and Miss Bessie I : )'GIi

r4 Steamship Vermont Sailed This McDougal are visiting in the city.S. Details of the accident cannot be t $1.95 !

learned, but it is understood that
G. French, Jr., of Laurel Hill
Afternoon with Horses and Cattle'iT is among the guests at the Merchants Mr. Snyder was on his way to dinner i I. .

today.B. when the ac;ident occurred. He I ; PAIR. :

| for South Africa. R. Cahn and W. G. Fouhand ofNew was an employee of the post office. ;' ............................

Orleans the
F are among guestsat ; i +/
For Over Sixty Years .
N Merchants..
been used for over siity yean by million 01
"Shipments of live stock from ern Pacific Railroad arrived here | Miss Hilda Blount returned yes 'mother for their children while teethingwith Men's !
terday from New Orleans where she perfect laccesi. It lootbtl the child ,
Ptnsacola will probably be given a filled with bellowing cattle. Two of lofteni the gumsallays all paincures wind I .
had been attending college. colic,and Is tbe best remedy for Diarrhoea. .
great encouragement by the test the cars were loaded with fine It will relieve the poor little sufferer Immediately 0 .
Mobile Item: Mr. Lewis Thompson sold by Druggists in every pan
x made today with this steamer," said horses, which had come all the way i of tbe world. Twenty-rive cents a bottle ; i
,, left yesterday afternoon for Pen- lie sure you ask for"M rs.WinsloWs Sootb. $2.50SHOES
one of the gentlemen from Toronto from Denver. i I ng syrup,"and take no other kind.
sacola visit friends.
: on a to -- -
this morning to a NEWS man on As early as possible the entire I I f3 the latest! iAN EXCEPTIONAL VALUE !
Mr*. Albert Hyer and son, J. !
board the British steamship Vermont train was switched down to Com- Knowles Hyer,accompanied by Mis I liLt I Komi See advertisement L. Bear & Co's in

which sails this afternoon mandancia wharf, and by 5 a. ra. the Regina Durant, are spending a week another column. 'v="= /,,::!- ; .

_ ___
i for siouth Africa laden with cattle first car was opened, and, under the with Miss Lilie Taylor at Bayou n
SALVE. $1.95
and horses for the Orange River direction of Wharf Master Cox, the Grande.
the most healing salve In the worii
h country. first of Co( ) Texas cattle was started'i 1 Dr. C. E. McDougal: rector of St. ------ -- -- I .

4}t-e remark in the "cattle Mary's Episcopal church of Milton, I PAIR. t
The came of the : wi: : through run" and takento :
L4 7 is in the city, for the purpose of attending I
aiijwertoa query a* to whether or an allotted stall on the Vermont. the laying of the corner I iN/Nl.f.tlNNi ..lllN.IN

not the Vermont would be followedby The superb facilities were ia evi stone of Christ's Episcopal church i

ether steamships with cattle. dence. Cars were run ou the! eastside today
-- ---- --
i For obvious reasons the gentleman of the great warehouse. The ,
Filthy Temples in India. I
did not wish his name uses, but he "cattle run" had been constructed, Sacred cows often defile Indian
Feet FnrnMiers for Ca'h Onlr.
stated: that out of eight trausports as had also the cattle pens on the temples, but worse yet is a body
that's; poluted by constipation. i
which had been under orders to load ship. When the train arrived the 1 i 1 Don't permit it. Cleanse your system !

for South Africa at Port Cualmette, doors of the car were opened and so with Dr. King's; New Life Pills r ,
and avoid untold misery. They
La., several, if not all, would be rapidly were the animals; trans give lively livers, active bowels LAW DEPARTMENT

4, loaded here and every one of the ferred that within three hours 600 good digestion fine appetite. Only
:25 cents at W. A. D'Alembertes'
y. the e steamers had beeu regularly cows and calves were on the ship. drugstore, 121 8. Palafox.UT ,I -OF-

engaged in the trade of carrying The 55 head of fine blooded horses -- --- --
is the latestnprnO ? : John B. Stetson University
mules to South Africa for use by the came next, and the ship was about L i bee L. Bear & Co's;

advertisement in :; Do :Lanes: :Florida.
British army. "The Boer emissaries ready for sea by 10 o'clock. The another column. Wedding Bells 1

1 to this country made such a howl vessel will sail about 3 o'clock this JOHN P. FORBES. Ph. D., President ALBEHT FAltlUH, LL R. I>M.

about the business from Port Chtl.m : afternoon. She is stocked from bowto ESCAMBIA OIL CO.'SADJOURNED are Ringing { Fall Term Coiniiionoo WedneMlaj i, OctolxT 1 1 un:.:.

mttte," said the gentleman, "thatw stern, and possibly carries: about and wedding Rifts must be se ,i atwo TWO-year YEARS'"' coarse COURSE leading-to The the Law degree Diplrtmel1tofJohn of LL. B. B. Stetson "n-. .
MEETING lected. There is UESREE ADMIl'S TO THE b.\K-The
nothing more useful diploma of the Law Department I'teton -
have decided to withdraw the one of the mo or that the bride will appreciatemore FUKTHKK .
lSJo.'HUfATI0Jo.ortheLawAnnouncempnt ,
fit business; altogether from that place. cleared: from here. It is valued at than a handsome Gas sired information regardmgtb.'Law: Depart meat,address ofl!' '*- : am a.
Stockholders of the Escambia Oil ; Range.
We will utilize Pensacola's facilities' $i 1,9IL They are so clean, so convenient and Departmf
Co. are reminded of the adjourned De La: a
and will also send' cargoes from The cattle pen* are built in two so cool during the summer monthsfor .
meeting to be held tomorrow afternoon -
' Quebec, Newport Charleston and tiers, and were sub-tantially con cooking purposes. By all means
t r at the Pilot olllce at 7:30 give her a Gas Range. We will furnish \iwdwwiwwnw\ ( \ '
other place*, but a great deal from structed. They are covered, to protect
o'clock, to consider the policy of the the gas and you will find it the I r .
I'eneacola. the animals from tle sun, and most economical fuel.PoDsacola V .
company. This will be a very important
When! a*ked what effect the high up over the top is piled a ;great
meeting, and every shareholder Attention
declaration and acceptance of peace : deal of provender for use on the trip who can possibly do so is Gas Co Housekeepers ;;

I terms have, upon the shipments of over. ,,

live flock to the Transvaal, he said : The loading was done without any urged to-be-present.-- -- -- No. 3 S. Palifox St., Pensacola. Fl*

"For at least another twelve i trouble whatever, and one of tbe "My Family Doctor"

month, live stock will be ,sent to I ship's officers said the facilities here Blue. ELY Island BRo8.-I, Ill., Jan.have 14, 1'JOl.Messrs. used. ''rrvrE ref;E1 E1Li L. FRIEOMAAN. & CO'SMonday

Africa, for both food and breedingpurposes. were indeed surprising; that much your Cream Balm in my family for

It will not stop at that. more such work would certainly nine years; aud it has become my
f imily doctor for colds in the head.
period but our charters hardly extend come to Peusacola: and that the port I use it freely on my children. It is (ll1'tl and Tuesday Only !
a Godsend to children :as they lire :
beyond that Since peace has was only equalled: in facilities for .,, troubled more or less. II m ii _

been reached! and: accepted, we will handling: cattle: expeditiously by the Yours respectfully, J. KIMBALL
5''J Dozen Towels! This i is Po
Judge for yourself.\ trial size *itively the Largest; and i>i-at II(;
find no resistance i ia unking our great pens at Galvenon, where for
Towel for the
can be had for the small sum of 10 money you ever saw.
'' ipiaenn. In fact the 'kick' from j ears great attention had been ;given: cent*. :Supplied by druzgists or

: ..P Boors at Chalmette h." worked this line of export.rtuperintendentSaltmarsh. mailed., New by York.Ely Brothers Full size, 58 50 WarrenSt. cents. \\mrn\ P 9 IOC EACH OR $1.00 PER DOZEN.

:" your ci'y's advantage. FreiJhtAgent CONCERT- AND DANCE AT One Lot Bed Spreads Regular Price. . 75c, to ?o at -" d(

Roberts and otter railwaymen ..' One Lot Bed !Spreads, .. '
At 4 o'clock this m<>rnin# a special MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY Regular Price 9 jc, to go at ; ,
and citizens of prominence were XI HT. TRAINS AT 8. 8:30+ AND One Lot Bed Spread Regular Price .. ..$l.uu .
to at
train of twenty cars from the :outh.ElIHElt 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT go

ou the dock at 10 a. m., and remained 11:5": "). TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT DAILY MENUS One Lot Bed Spreads, Regular Price .1.25, to go at ?; II(::.,

WAY HUUTi. some time there. DEPOT. One Lot Bed Spreads, Regular Price. .. .$1 5u, to go at ', A

.. FynyBaiaam Stop the Tickling, Comprise all the Up-to- One Lot Bed Spreads: Rezular Price .. ..
A Cross Fire On C' IT-M (tr..r. madoackrraaaialnInvnis: ocIota'Oruet Date Dishes the Markets 11.75 to go at :f-

The breaking away from coffee is JUSTICE WOLFE -- -- of the World Remember we have only a Limited Number oft (-'
The finest line of silvegoody
sterling :>
an exceedingly I serious problem to Afford. Bed Spreads, therefore you should Come Early and S*" -:
and silver novelties is to be .
I achf-many people follow leaving epecully.>tl when the head-drug.II BUSY TODAY found atJ. I. Stephens'. Prices to Yonr Choice, as this is Positively a Money Saver f all.d0 -
II and dyspepsia and bowel trouble please See Show Window.
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g-rr.wlJ more and more a riom if the
coflee continued.. Hi there youart' --- ( \ lmy i n Ladies' Private (

9 between two fire. Justice Wolfe was kept buy this il IleVyo '
4. A comparatively emy way out fU1'nilure Dining Parlor. YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,
wa taken by a lady from Franklin morning trying cases aud committing : at Marston $ Quina's

Fa.. whoa s: "\Vo hid a curious defendants to jail.
upf'rience'with coil f>. Husband Great Furniture Empo L. FRIEDMAN & CO'sRACKET
Rev. Wm. A. Robinson
e had been for many years, a sufferer was given rium. l
from dy peI1:1i.wLtIl heartburn, :a preliminary trial for the larceny of Regular Daily.
headaches and general nervous II STORE.
1 a horse. The defendant: was held O'UKW NOXICJEM. ,
troublp. We tried a great many
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s physicians and a (Trent many remedit 1 under a SJUO bond to appear for trial NEITHEKthecnptaln.owB rt Short Orders. Promptly ..
r ? but none of them did him any nor consignee of the Nor bit killed )
li-tin< good. at the next term of the criminal dI Alexander Lawrence will be Sight or Day. .

We concluded there must be court. responsible for debit contracted
by the crew of said vessel.I
-ouitthiiu about his employment .
"Daylight" Robinson and James If It'! Something Good to Eat -- -
that thus allected him. Otie day a \ S KEYSFR Co. Captain. you whb.you'll find it at
man told Lim that probably collee Brewtou were each committed to Conitzne: ------'JJeu -- Sold On Guaranteeto
was the cause cf his trouble and advised Nick i
him to ue Postum. The first jail for a murderous assault on Jerry vEIIHBRthecaptaiaowner Apostle'sPopular be '
I nor consignees of the Russian everything claimed fr
time I made it I studied direction Leuox. Their trial will be held a ship ocean will he respomtbln money refunded. Every \- -
and made it good Well that day for debts contracted Restaurant. offered for sale by is fuL WI'.
ou June 17. by the crew of said yeses!. CG : .
was a day long to be remembered. i ranted .
E. I1TT 3/S, as to workmanship a! i :' >
;,k We liked the Postum but we had a Alma Crenshaw, the woman who B.L.Co.., Captain. -4 ,4I terial. :Nothing, whatever. i- ::. "
hcidred beaches compressed into killed Jessie Hawkins Con.I I1I'''. :;jeudIIN 'W Yv I Nr represented.; Our reputatMi: I"
os*. You see the trouble was we at Goulding [ EKib captain owneri F sure! you of that. Have on 'U-1! '
had both used cotlee so loog that our Hunday, was brought before the CDurt cODII;neel of the Ir -- ) variety of handsome; carriajp-; <:.:
nerves were in a state of collapse Batton Hall will be reopol1.lble I light; wagons; all styles. T. <:: :.
for debts
without the u-sual: stimulant. Until and remanded back to jail under tile crew of sad veuel. contractedby Plant a spring garden. i serviceable as well as beaiu.M: ;-

then I did not dream 1 wad such a commitment. She will be tried C. M. WBPPEXER The Willis Hardware Co. and low priced, too.
; L7 slave to cotlee but we had to do To order. Captain. I I
, som'thing to quit, so the next morning Friday.All =:J I. can sell you the tools cheap. / \ Best Horse Shoer always resin .

I used Postum with part coffee the ---- -- I
I above defendants --
are colored -
and we missed the headaches,then I i
I J. M Hilliard & Co
less coffee for people. ,
used ; every morning I J. M. FOLKMAN
about two weeks, and then Postum No.SOEastGardeaSt.MEUX'S .
alone for nearly a year now, and I w/ I ....
.fo Contractor for
: Decorating .* -
just wish you could see the change MONTGOMERY WILL I -- -- --- -
husband. He has better f-
t't uiy Call Up Phone 313 or Drop a Postal Card.I l
l.t-alth than he ever had before,
r.ver has the headache, can eat PLAY HERE SUNDAYManager i All Work C. 0. D. and Guaranteed.
anything he wants, done not have I I
Heart-burn or any stomach trouble, I1 t I Corner Baylen and Government Streets, tJ !t&zL'
and be cannot be induced to drink t \ I
Oa Block West of fostofflce, Right on the Bait Line.
coffee under any circumstances.! Oliver received a telegram I

When anybody mentions dyspepsii at 2 p, m. today from Montgomery i School of Shorthand Typewriting and Literature
he tells them T. W. LEWIS
in his ;
presence Now is the time to enter school and for lucrative i"J
prepare a position.v
what oared him.I stating that the "Salcnms; ," vacation.
Night and day sessions.
WM almost as bad as be bat am noted DBALEBIXMl
a amateur
team of the
well and bare -
now entirely gone up -
from 93 pounds to 108 pounds and amc Alabama capital city, will come 1 I We have Samples Yon never beard of any one using
+ thankful for the blessing of good here Sunday and cross bats: with the \\ I PAPER from the LargestManufacturers in Foley'd Honey and Tar and not be If you wish the very bed

health.If my. name will do any good, use locals. A big excursion will also the United titates. ing 121 8.satisfied Palafox street.W. A. D'Alemberte, ice cream freezer at the very

it, lor we stand by Postum always" come down from Feather Scroll, 15c per roll. lowest price, the Willis

RS 3Ir FinMia. W.,A.Pa.Bowers, 29-9th Street, that date. Montgomery on 'I Dining Room Tapestry, f 1.30 per roll Foley's Honey and Tar Hardware Co. can please

CaU Up Phone No. 358 terchlldrea.safe.sure. No opiates. you.


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