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VOL. 37 PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON JUNE d. 1902 NO 15 11

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tPUBLIOANSFAil- LORD KITCHENER I I IIS U. S. SENATOR .1 CEN.MIIMY .1.1i



GRANTED ; RUNS AMUCK
I 50,000i ,,

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TO AGREE ; BE COURTMARTIALED 1,1

HOUSE OF COMMONS ACTS I FULL OF WINE, HE CREATES SENSATION :

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UPON KINC'S !
I REQUEST. j j IN WASHINCTON. -- .

New9.: --- Special toThe ,I
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t\ .. :: .;. Jane 6.-Every day SAFE CONDUCT Special to The New;. special' to The New,.a. Kansas City, June 6.-T::e Kansas 1!i ,SEA CAPTAIN'S !

London, June 5.-lu accordance with Jur.-Anothl'r
Washington, ; United I
'. ,-!:CIH on the Cuban rei I City Journal says today that Lieu-1 1
-I I King Edward's message to the house States: senator from tin far west STRANGE STORYSpecial I

i' ;inn are held between OFFERED BOERS of commons yesterday, the government ran amuck. He attended the opening, j tenant-General NeUan A. Mile is !I' __

-.f the senate commitI leader, .Mr. A. J. Balfour, in the by due of the b.>ot known lobbxist in ) hastening back to Washington today ; .1

house this afternoon asked for a vote \Washington, oi a residence in the lash. I to The;New*, j I
'. with Cuba and the I where he has: been summarily
: Special to The ;News. i of 1.:5<).imu to Lord Kitchener. As a ]lonall. district. The new house was : I 1
I drenched with wine, and when the summoned by President Roosevelt New York June :fThe Norwegian I
tutors: who wish to remarkable coincidence parliamentJune festivities '
June steamer Donald from Canes with fruit j
London 6 -Tue British government -
1 : ended the statesman ot3rtetll' ,
:3, three voted its .
years ago to face a court-martial on the chargeof ;
has arrived
rebate plan for straight here sass a Philadelphia
through Dr. Kuyper, premier thanks and Ju3 of the Netherlands, today eral for his services! in Egypt. While driving in K street h of th..t'Swl., said'"We :
-is toward harmony is guaranteed safe: conduct to the Boer Mr.1 Balfour in supporting the motion that a door on that aristocratic street General Mile is due in Washington were two das out from Banei :
He
.J- referred to Lord Kitchener's was open. dismissed his carnage I

T .' :. .-re i' a failure to attain delegates, \\' lmerans, Weasels, id promotion. He said it had been rap- and entering took pcsstssion. He waa tomorrow morning. He passed and about :3": miles from Watlin'a Island : 'i
I In the Caribbean sea when we i
Fisher and Leydi, to their homes in given to few public servants to rearranging the bric-a-brac in the parlor
com here
I through yesterday, the i
on
there will probably be a when! the owner of the house came wayto camp upon a floating island. I, with
much work I I
so for their in
the Transvaal with a of pass country
guarantee the mate and several of the
crew, row
tble majority in the sen- II so short a time as Lord Kitchener j home. The senator refused to leave Fort Riley, attended by several
freedom from persecution. and ew toward it. Thousands of little monkeys
became
finally so noisy that the
I '. ,;rocity. A lack of agree- Ex-President Kru er will be included I in who South, besides Africa being, was comniander-in-chief commander-la- I I police were called and he was dragged : other members of a board of army scampered all about the shore j

*:.. open the way for demo- if he choose to accept the chief designate of India. He found from the house. It Is said that he destroyed -' officials, convened for the purpose of and bombardment when we were In range they bsgty
a by shying eooouafll
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$500 worth of bric-a-brac dur-
otTer. the army in South Africa in a state I j observing the field gun tests. He at Wa captured two .
monkeys."The
.. for campaign us.
.bu terin;: of disorganization dislocation leg th time he was tn the K street I
or consequent
.. the On account of Kru er'$ advanced the ill which : house. He settled'for thIs after the I U Iprosecution t expected to be engaged there several following morning we dlseovf' j
on attended
.-, aid probably prolong success ered another floating Island! and leads
ae and infirmities, the government the British arms at the early stage of I I closed. Violent efforts are days, but returned this afternoon in ed. This time wo were greeted bye
being made to the facts.
will waive claim to his acknowledgement the campaign, and he executed his suppress covey of parrots of mot brilliant plum
--- such haste
that
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duty admirable energy and skill.! I I
I of the British sovereignty age.
LADY PAUNCEFOTE Hut it was not until Lord Roberts left I FAST STEAMSHIP a berth in the sleeping; car, Captain Warnecke declared that the
I that the claims of Lord Kitchener to
i General Miles eruption In Martinique had shaken up
the gratitude of his countrymen reached I wa apparently the entire district and the small places

GOES TO ENGLAND POLICEMENANGERMINERS their present magnitude Lord' SERVICE!!-greatly worried when he read the of land had become separated from

Kitchener load to meet with unique dif--i i some uninhabited Island. I

ficulties. He had elected no fewer ij i I, --- I, Washington dispatch intimatingthat t I It ;

o'W than 4.000 miles of blockhouses and i; he was suspected at the whitehouse Theft of $6,000 Charged to Dawseti :
In the conduct of the j i{ Special to The New ji j Miss. Jun S. FreJ
.. campaign: had j Columbus : I
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I' I'j of furnished Senator;
having
i shown the fertile rang of his resources i i London. June 5.-fha ne.gotiationlof Dawson who was arrested here Friday i. ,

;. i Lit/ 1'au.c-Its a.d Leril.t boundless courage, energy and i j the British and Canadian govern I It jij Culberson of Texas with the detailsof upon advices received from Wilson I ,
.
.Special to The ;News I
,i I.-:." :- wit'!: i 1-ivfe i.ere June :5, resolution and to these qualities Great j menu and some of the other colonial I N. C.. was carried to that city today I j I

... L! 'n. N-w York tl.e follow- Wilkebarre; Pa.. Jane Miners I Britain owed the termination of the I'I I'governments with the Cunard line and the scandal involving Lieutenant by the sheriff and chief of police who j

war. Few English generals had contended i i 1 other I: Arnold came for him. Dawson Is charged with ,j
fir England make here are greatly angered over a lines comprising what is now
.11 d..y tu ar-
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with greater difficulties and few embezzling $5,000_ from the Wilson I
hooting atlray at the Stanton! Colliery I tinned the Liverpool syndicate, which II General Miles refused to ta'k
.. f.ir the of Lord I : on
yeuients reception had emerged from them in a more triumphant Wagon company of which concern fe. j
J is opposing the Morgan shipping com
.efote's remains to be interred in South Wtlkesbarre last and brilliant way. I I the subject.SECRETARY". I was cashier. He has been here about 1i
blue, to the
according
contemplates
ancestral; home at Pre?ton. nigh; : in which Charles McCann, a Mr. Balfour concluded with formally Westminster Gazette both a fast service I i a month representing some piano com. II
moving the vote of 51 .OuO. par.y. He claimed to be a single man 1'
-- thirteen-year-old: boy was seriouly; I
-- of man! steamers I
I am passenger
The Liberal Trader Sir HenryCamp.. I but the officers say he has a wife and
\ wounded. The condition of the l&d bell! lianneriLun. who seconded the motion in coujunction with the Canadian Pa I two children in Wilson. Dawson I .
citic railroad fleet of fast j
\1RELL today is very critical. paid a warm tribute to Lord and a freight I states that he will be able to prove
I steamers DENIES THE STORY
Four coal and iron policemen are Kitchener as a soldier and statesman. his innocence upon his arrival at homerHerbert's
John The mail steamers which it Is proposed II
Dillon Irj Nationalist t. said I
in custody under suspicion.The buld! will he of I
to enormous
he his
and friends
ELECTED absolutely objectedto Appointment Approved. .1 j
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strikers have the utmost con- the vote because they were opposedto size, capable of steaming 25 knots an special to The ;News. London. June 5.-The universality :

tempt for the deputy sheriffs and the the policy of war in South Africa hour and will be fully equipped for use Washington, June 6. -Secretary of the approval of the appointment ot I i .'JI
armed
and conduct of the campaign. I as cruisers carrying eight quick the Hon. Michael H. Herbert aa ambassador 3

t .: from Atlanta today an.t coal and iron police, and the least William Redmond. Irish Nationalist, firing, 6-Inch guns, forward and aft. Root, of the war department, denies at Washington, in succession I j

provocation may start trouble. caused a scene of great disorder by- I and broadsides of three 4.7-inch gun the here to the late Lord Pauncpfote is quiteunusual. I
J. M.Terrell was sic today story telegraphed
The freight steamers will be 16knotvessels .
saying that Lord Kih'ht'nt'r.ould go j No dissent is heard any !
: y primary election foi When You Go Into a Drug Store down in history ae a genera who had j I carrying 6.1<10 to 7,000 tons from the Kansas: City Journal that where. The afternoon newspapers today .!

Painkiller examineit "made war on women and children." dead weight. I distribute their congratulations
of
tteorjm: having a maJ to get a bottle I The Westminster Gazette thinks it I II Lieutenant General Miles was en t
carefully to see if it is made by This remark called forth loud criesof I equally to the foreign secretary Lan- i
% H. E,:ill and Dupont Perry Davi, and don't be persuaded "Withdraw" and appeals to the i probable Milfordhaven will be the I II route to Washington to face a court downe. on his good choice and to Mr. .
take eomethi "just as good" because I port of departure of the fleet. The'
to ;; ? chair to call Mr. Redmond to order. i I of Herbert on his good fortune.
1. it H a few cents cheaper. The chairman said the !I scheme contemplates a line of steam. inquiry.
expression used
There is only one Painkiller, "Perry ; ers running to China. Japan and Australia i iI
j r 1 d' :N KW- Want Column. Davis' Large battles 25 and 5'c.SPECIAL was not disorderly, but a majority of I from Vancouver B c. The Saving of a Few cents on a bottle I
the house refused to listen any furtherto
I OREGON Vanilla Extract will not atone for
Mr. Redmond and interrupted him
=: = : the of having dessert !
annoyance
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with all kinds of shouts.
;:; SUDDEN DEATH that is "just a little oil" in llavor. I
The closure was then moved and i

SALE i il adopted by 273 to 13S votes and the ELECTION Always buy 1lirrtra'r's.TODAY'S t
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grant of !:50.0flt) to Lord Kitchener I]! OVERTAKES GIRL I

was carried by CSO to 44 votes. j MARKET REPORT
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: -IH'I' ) HOTEL EMPLOYES I I Special: to The;Sews.I i iI I -- BY l'EXS\COLA: STOCK K\CHANGE I
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I Chicago. June 5.-Death'overtook f fI tI East Government Street! J
i I Hpeelal to the News,
I Mary Love, aged 22, daughter of a : ,1
UNDER SUSPICIONSpecial !! farmer of Grant Park, last night while J| Portland Ore., June Corrected STOCKS!

Black Dress Goods : j I she was being! conveyed In a cab from I returns give Chamberlain (D.m.) forgovt"rnor e 1
Hizh.
Low i
Open.
-- a lead of only 8 vote over' CIo<>.
tee house of Mrs. Mary Schuert, a midwife I Sugar..126 126
: to The ;News. I to the home of her cousin 111'1,1 Furnish (Rep). No returns have been Atch..7ii18 127'i 797H 79M 1261 795, i;

,' New York, June 6.-Detectives at Charles Rivera Samuel Cocklin driver i j jj I received from Curry, Malheus and Bar U. S .... 3l>34 397,, 89 4' 394 .
o-A.T-O ( j of the cab was summoned to Mrs. ney counties. In 1898 these counties III .. .:.150J4 150'a.I 150', laCUi
( :I work on the mystery surrounding the I Schulrt's house and received! his instructions gave Geer (Rep.) for governor a nJority L. dt N ..13J4: 137'j ISo',, 137'', f

theft of f3, jewelry from the midwife. After tra.
I Man. .130l 13< 13J f
Late returns Increase the Republican ; J4 1301-i
THE BIG ST0RE. ( Mrs. Kingdon, mother of Mrs. verging several blocks he heard the Ht.Panl.lftSlg 168'4 168 168'} f
in the
(, i I girl fall from the mat and drove to a majority legislature, which will Penn ...149 149i8' 149 149WK. f
., I\ George Gould, are believed to have drug store. She was dead when he stand as follows: P.... KP4: 64 6li'2; 64 {}

!i discovered the robber today. Suspicion orxnfrd the cab door and ha continued Senate: Republicans, 21; Demo- U. P..li- VXlt 1037. 10lli r

t( to whence the i} crate 6.House. T.C.I.- 63 61':: 62 i f
has narrowed down to three a polio station body .
: Republicans, 48; Democrats, C. F. I. 97g SW 9S 98
i( hotel employes, who are assigned to was sent to an undertaker. j 12. :

We Offer for this Week ; : duty on the floor on which Mrs. mad Detectives her husband.arrested Wilhelm Mrs., a member Schuertj i On Joint ballot: Republicans 72; NEW YOUK COTTON 'I fl

Kingdon has her sleeping apart- of the orchestra of a downtown thea I Democrats, 18.Threatened. Open. Hieh. Low. Close. I

ment. ter. Mrs. Schuert attempted to swallow Averted. July ... .W7 876 863 878 ,1
Woolen Fabrics \ carbolic acid when told that she I Strike A ugllst -- O'J! ) 8.59: 849 f;
Our entire stock of Sheer ; I New York June 5.-An agreementhas .. ..
i I was under arrest. At the station she I Sept 794\ &H 794 M f x

consisting of Ettamines, Mistral, Grenadines THE POPE PLEASED I refuae-1 to admit having treated the j and been the pulp reached workers'by the union manufacturer by which Oct .....731 _793: 77$ 791 H,.j

girl, stating that she merely rented a

and Lace Stripe Mohair Skirting at ; ; WITH JUDGE TAFT I room to her a week ago. a threatened the paper strike mills of baa the been eait.avertedin The CHICAGO-WHEAT. '' ,;!

Open. H rb. Low. Close. p
workers will receive an advance of 10 ... I
July jl% 7F71
,
,, -- Opthalmia a Contagious Disease 711-8 is
per cent but several minor matters remain Sept... 70i 71 70 70Ji
New York June 5.-Because of the 1
Special toThe News.o
to be settled. It Is estimated I
discovery that opthalmia a disease of CORN !
Rome, June 6.-The Pope had a that 15,000 men are affected. .
= off Ii the eyes is prevalent among' a large I Open. High. Low. Close. '
.33 1 3 July.... 62'' 63 W 11
long conference with Big. Rampollathis proportion of the pupils in the public ----- ---- { 62/
Sept... 59 59 58? 58.' .
f, morning in reference to the Taft schools of this city the board of health '' :1 1

) has placed it on the list of contagiousdiseases ;
l 1\ commission. His Holiness is said HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH NAVAL STOKES UAKKKT. 1
hereafter will
and physicians ,.
This is a Rare Chance to Secure Stylish i ; to have received the best! : impressionfrom be compelled to make reports of each BITTERS. Reported Dally-for The Newt by ;1

the words of Judge Taft in the case found in their private practice. Union Naval Store Co. ; )
) Is a specific remedy for ailmentsof I
Dress Goods. ; : audience yesterday. Through Investigations made In two I the stomach, liver and bow. KOSI5. ; .e;1

I ) of the public schools wheN the eyes els and is backed by hundredsof __ __ :"
ww to 50 H ..__ M j
"I Never Knew Pain Killer to Fail of about 2,000 children were examined, voluntary testimonials.! We W9_.., ... lj (I...-. ?. ._ io i ':
: it was found that at leut 18 per ant would therefore urge every sufferer N__ __ II') .....__._ 1 !-1 ;!
( : before, what can the matter be? from INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA Y__ 2) .11:. '...._-12 ; :
had the disease. ..
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( ; Where is the bottle? There, I FLATULENCY, CONSTIPATION 1__ .-.1 W C 4belowlBrIaITI : e
: thought so; it is not Perry Davis' HEADACHE OR LIVER TU..IITI.a-W .
Painkiller at all, but something! the Oom Paul In Good Health'. AND KIDNEY TROUBLE to try it. = f

Iliilliam Ioljtt0on I & !! druggist mast have made himself The Harie, June 5.-There Is no It will cure you. FOR SALE BY 6IJ
Ott.
l i I I; and I did not notice it; I have used foundation for the reports that Mr. DRUGGISTS, with our PRIVATE the latest! i

\ Painkiller for years for diarrhoa, Krtger 1a HL On the contrary to U STAMP over the neck of the bot a karma ee L. Bear & Co'sadvertisement
:: cramps and stomach aches and it tie. Avoid substitutes. In
health.
enjoying food another column.
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; THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE C, 1902

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NEW LINE OF FAST ST AMERa. i) THEIR HEADS ALMOST SEVERED. I
William Is still
Kaiser
emperor ..
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TO MOTHERS uncrowned: ns were his father and

GATARRH1W They Will Ply Between Charleston Tired of Life Bridal Couple Suicidedat grandfather before him Tbe reason .:t .:t 1t

and Baltimore.Charleston. I Austin Tex. why something of a mystery, but theexrltnatiol
b ill iu etagt there 'NAY S. C.. June 5.-Plans Mrs. J. II. Haskino, of Chicaso, Austin. Tex., June 5.-Late yester. ; most generally accepted Is tAN OCEAN TRIPTo

fl 1 boald be cJeifl Joesi. RY have been completed here for the e!' Ill., President Chicago Arcade t. day afternoon the dead bodies of Mr. that tbe original imperial crown of the

Elj'i Cream Balm }* tanHthment of a steamship line be Club, Addresses Comforting i and }frl!. Joe Wachler were found In German emperor is In tbe bands of { NEW YORK, BOSTON kj

tt d.kAd enothe.andhea met.Pf.Ie.:;" jS teen Charleiton and Baltimore. This : Words to Women RegardIng their residence in the eastern part of Austria and that she shows DO disposition j( AND I

t Jt earti ci' rrh! and ed :rfote. ,, week the local promoters will confer Childbirth. I the city with their heads nearly severed to allow it to leave Vienna. i EASTERN REsoRTS

..7 cu.a :Q lied with Baltimore capitalist, when final' j Ij from their bodies.

..wck'/. i iCream contracts will be signed. "PEAR MRS. PISKUAM :- Mothers | A note which was found on the Good "'orl.:. i VI. tt ;;.,

Calm I U p:fed!Icio the oottrUs, tpre&di The Baltimore owners agreed to need not dread ldWarinp after they ] ,dresser! conveyed the information that I saw a splendid cut of Cadleign yes The @)_\\\_\ \l

firtr lie menaiate and !. a'orld. Re'.ef: imJlt4lIlALdacure'folow. the line could fret' now the value cf Ljdi.i I'. I'inkI| ]both wanted to die. terday."
: .. I: I la not Vegetable Compound. What it
"I didn't see it. paper was
aot produce teethes. Large Size 50 ecui at Drugi i the assurance from business people While I loved children I dreaded the I A butcher knife on the bed revealedthe in?" LOW RTE st J

,..I.or ly mal:; Tr jl Sue,10 cents by mai:. :htre that tastern freight would U ordeal, for it. left me wtak: and sick method of death. "None It the street. Miss .50 Hours of Ocean Breezes'1
ItT 1JROTIIERS.M Warren Sat .New Tort shipped, via ttat route. The assuranceof The woman's head was hanging bya ; was on Sailings each \VeehJ
Kandor did It.-Philadelphia Press.Vnapprcclaled .
co-operation! was even greater thanexpected. mere thread and the man's throat 3
1n ?
from Savannah.
Morgan Will Attend Coronation. i I Reprtsentathes of tbe con. I. was cut from ear to ea.r.The ,,' Ga.

New York. June 2..J.. Pierpont Mor- :,, cit who have visited interior towns couple had been married but a Dignity. V paraMr;<* Ilnln.hlp'1ft ,.1>"I"I..n of t' .. i -1
Andrew Lang tells this story: "As to 't kl.ohlful .iLr .,' .
In the state have met with much en few months. .1'
I leaving Horn; for Venice on boardthf' ,
fan. In Mi'crtiwnu tiI -
there is evidence asking for votes one would feel like (y iliorl ra 1 airy k, .s
and J
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ouragcraent
Corsari. raMes the Rome corre- every I think it -who .'.'*'.. L"tl.' '' I.ro. .' New i', 'r. ,
epondm of The Tribune said that he : now that tie first steamers will Body of Laing Found. Abemethy-1 was -
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was going to Atnf-ns and will return i i be put on a* soon as the details ban' II Savannah: June 5.-The body of Waiter stood for a professorship in Edinburgh. "Anu ITC ...,. T. J
He had to canvass: a bailie who was a a B. r....".. '.lril.i! .ct I.... .
to Venif* in two weeks and go to Lt-en arranged.The H I E. Laing. the young white man ui.w.II.d.tii4i I...., I......." f
proeer. Tbe bailie Lad une attitude .'JI Pft" 11.-i....,,_..1....' h. .
idea is have I
london for the coronation. to rt'gularatlings : who was drowned In the Ogeechee river )
digne. 'You have (come young sir, in )I %'f t:"
of ;-hiis similar to those running between : last Saturday, was found yesterday .
this creesis! of your career to ask for
Carrie Nation Pardoned. Baltimore and Savannah morning by the waterside whereit my vote for the chair of toiicockolo- -

Top 'ka. Kan.. June 2.-Mrs. Carrie :'Freight! rates would be lower than ...- had been cast by the tide. There gy?' 'So. sir,' said Abernethy; '1 have GKSKKAlt F15K.NCH S l HtllI
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Nation who wa* sentenced to theShawns ': rates now in eiTf-ct al a quicker servke .', was no evidence of violence. Dr. T. come to ask for a penny's worth of E

can be provided. At least a day 59:. :- : F. Laing of Jackson and the is the schegovernmentsteamerGeu .
county Jail in May 16th for young your figs. Put them up and look smart Following

one month and to pay a fine of $100 fould be dipped from the sailing time /Jf\f I man's sister Miss Maggie Laing, were about It."' > t

for umashing saloon fixtures was today between New York and Charleston ::, at Ways when the body was found. which THE NEWS pni .

pardonej by Governor Stanley The advantages of this port hav* MRS. J. II. HASKINi" i: They will take it to Locust Grove for This Will Interest Man. benefit of the merchant- \

Her fine was also! remitted. i i i long since be n recogn.zed in Haiti, ]for months after, and at the time I j interment. Young Laing was a grad To quickly introduce B. B. B. their goods to them

iI more and tie o 'tnfr.gof the direct line i thought death was welcome relief ; uate of Emory college, class of 1901. (Botanic Blood Balm, the famous

Major Key Dies In Monticello. ,1: nould be a powerful business help to 'but before my lat child was born a |: Southern blood cure, into new posts:

hlDtir lIo. Ga., June 2.-The death this community. ]poodneiq-hWadvised fm.umi'scetable Compound I.) Ilia I.l"ink.and I Suicided from Despondency. homes, we will send, absolutely free, I LeavesLeaves ttarranCta.i "DSBcol" ., ''

of Major John C Key occurred at 4 I used that together with your Pill I I DeArmanulle Ala., June 5.-Mrs. G. 10,000 trial treatments. Botanic i i Lfft\f 1'ickens ..
o'clock yesterday afternoon. He had TRAIN HURLED FROM TRACK. Wash f'.r Davenport committed suicide! at her Leaves larranCaL.. ..
i and : the four months |I Blood Balm IB. B. B.) quickly cures Lca.-es feniiaeolaArrives ,
represented Jasper county several before the child's lirthit brought home here. The weapon used was a liHrrancas 11.n" amakes
I old ulcers, scrofula eczema, itching
times In the legislature and at the Engineer and Firerran Killed In Wreck i me wonderful rll 1t: f. I hardly had au I pistol and the shot entered her head, a trip to Fort McR,
I
time of his d.>ath was a candidate for' on Cincinnati Southern. ache or pain, and when the child! was I death resulting instantly. Mrs. Da'en.port skin and blood humors, cancer eating turns Leaves to Harranc8"r.arrane

ten days old I i left llJ'd strong in festeringsoresboil-carbuncles; Leaves i'lckensLeaves ,
had been
representative. He was in. tis seventy.iith : Chattanooga. June Cincinnati In bad health for sometime
health. Ercryspringnndfall I now take fensaeola
year. Pouth.-rn local pas!'enKtr train Xo 5 i. .t""ttlt' 'flia Il'inhhalll': :i and the act was committed during pimples or otleii-ive eruptions pain-1| Leaves Pickms

Killed-in a Game- -- -cf-- due here from OaKdale. Tfnn.. at 7-30 ,( (altll' ('oiiiMitintl: | and nnd it keeps |i a moment of dependency which I I in bone *sr joint rheumati-m catarrh j I I, trip Arrive to McKev Karraneas Bud return.5i' p :,

Craps. I p. ft.. but running late struck an oh o.e in continual excellent health"- ;, oYf'rthrphfr reason. She leaves a or any blood or ,kin trouble.

Mobile. Ala,. June 5.-Bud Adams !'striution on the track one-half milp !dn". .1. H. !l.\shi>s, ::4- indiana Ave., husband, five daughters and four sons. Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.! heal-:; WPdnedaysandS.i: -'

died at Vheeltrville. Ala. as the result south of Cave !" prmg, l'S miles northof ('h.t-.lro.!: ( I'l: $$000 ft-'ft.t 1abut testimonial {: every ore or pimple makes the [boat will> leave Ilarran-
for } ell acola at 6.i
ens :
of nut ne I ;
a tight Saturday n qeru
over a game here.'at 1"'-1" oVlock last night ('arc awl careful counsel N Electric Light Bonds Sold. blood pure and rich and 'top* all 'I'
of with Hans and Chris The General Frenc'-'
craps John. The I aches and pains. Botanic Blood !! )i-
engine and all five roathes were ,I.at and "Hulfl.he1IIIItlu'r Dalton. Oa. June 5.-The mayor and
eon. Adams was getting the best of tlwl'\IU't'taJlt Balm ( B. B. B.) thoroughly tested !! purposes only and any "11'I -
dfiailfd.! !
Engineer Frank Finch andFlr..ruan mteelamiti his counsel council of Dalton last night sold the .
Hans. when. it is claimed, Chris ht! for 80 years in hospital and private I have a pa from the Ill ,;
him with brass Knacks: rendering him Day were killed. They were ."1Jt' can .secureithout (' >-t l yvritin i electric light bonds offered by this city practice, and has cured thou-auds 0 take passage o i iier

\vhn h literally ton to Jlit'.t's. Engineer \ ;. to .Mrs. 1'iiikLaiu at for a premium of $35";; on the SlO.uiMi caes given up as hiepeleSold! at :I
unconscious in condition he
re. Finch lived in Fichmond. Ind., and LIJIJJla..s.: issue. The bonds were purchased by I drug stores, f 1 per large bottle. For I
nalned IIM.l 1 h* died! '
Fireman Day at Somerset, Ky -- ,, I j' the First! National bank of this city. free treatment write to Blood Balm :i STEAMER LINE SCHEDOlt

:V> 1'linnicr.Grocery The train! was rnnning/ a high rat- I The bonds bear interest at 5 per cent | Co., Atlanta, Ga. Medicine sent at ;
Loa fer ) Rll: Smith of llif> Didn't Inlerferr. |land once prepaid. Describe trouble and
(.vanning siwed. It had been delayed threehours the price at which they were1 i ,
GO\ !* ,b Taj lur of Tennessee I Iha.l free medical advrve given. Botanic lid \\pelt I'ent>acoli and Mill
4'rt..r
:
K
tasa 1icti..u-has
( it so bail that at Oakdale \\ aitlnlon: connection. sol! 1 brings the Interest down to .
practically Blood Bairn ( B. B. B. i gives life, K n us 1111)EstePt huii tavCITY
)
a l.<-ait :11' tfinl r a< a woman and
he unable I do
Is to for liviu .
anything a :;; None of the passtngers were ie- 4 ffT cent.
and .strength blood.
vigor to the The
.- ;
It' tile fever. the ua; purdotKd nut convictsvas
spnns riously injured. "
I OP TAMPA
finest; Blood purifier made. l>"tauic
Other Irery Loafer (yaisuingAaw )- WHIM'thing : \\ fuL He was waitiil vn Negro Got Fortune and Died. Blood Balm (ill. B. B.'t'" II
by a .oiiiiuittec of the It'gi"!atur.', wliovery Lv :Milton __, C:5': am L\ i'. : -
that's .
no new thin! !? with Hill. Saved I'n.m 111.-\"l'ult'at... Wa .ross. Oa June 5.-Samuel Bat healthy Ulood supply to the-kinand :I
I i I Ar l't'n-acoIB.\I"l.m: Ar Mi1are.'iOc
That's the same spring fever be had all flatly and In no uiKtrlain way tiethes! : a nero porter at the Southern entire ystem. ;i I Itound '
"Everybody aid I had con"ump.tion told him that this 'whiuit'sale ,ardii. I ; tup
'winter.-Indiana j-olis: New si. i Loiel. was stricken suddenly with heart u _____ nn
writes MrA.. M. hif'ld;?; ofChamb..r .
------- $bur Pa., "I was ,?o low iniuu.t Hup. disease and died a few minutes afterwards l>o you \\'Ub to nrnki- I
,
Only Fair. (Jov'inr 1\.It" looked at the committie BOYS an GIRLS money dutlng pai nM "
after six months of severe sickness; In front of the hotel lobby at 7': '
,
"The troulle is," Le said to the lady tappitl a bell, asked' for his pardon > you can n-ailil.v ii" '
catned by Hay Fever and .Asthma o'clock last night. The occurrence created I ing our "Blueine." If prr rent, commission on all aiAn lndi>p.'n-ab':<- ar
who L-IJen'llln woman's right: to propose that few thought I could tcet well I't.k! and w hen lie canitsaid: great excitement I houHi-hol u-.- Every lady isiUlighted when theY see It, One tbt mak '
"that I'm inclined: to doubt my but I learned of the marvelous meritof ":o.I\"t\ cut pardons for every man in among the ne Blur-natrr you ever used in the wu-li. Write today before jour tt'n HOI ituino '-. ail
grroes. Hattiethes'wife died about a on" t-Uf. and we will tend by return mall, one tlu/i-n packages at Blut'1nf.
ability to support a family." Dr. Kin (* New Dicovery for the iM-nitentiary." I I VA bt'n'OU have sold them return us sor., retaining tbe bitUnc'-. 4Ur, a- ..urKlon. .
""'t'II," the replied! "why not give Consumption i "ed it, and was completely TIU'1 .It'l'k bnwi'd nnd withdrew. Then month ago and left him nearly $10.000 I Imiiot delay, but write at once
'
cured." For Throat in city property. .\llttr "H. (...MVM'l-'Atril: lllCO. llepr. C IM BH! !II. 1'lnla
Be th- I.t>,..-fit of the t.luuLU"-thicao: :: desperate the goviruor linikid a t tIt committee, I'e.
and iJunsr Ii-ea-e it i the .afeet
: '
Record Herald. who wtit- staring as if they thought bewa
cure in the world and is inalliblefor

Interesting-to Asthma Sufferers.- AtfectioiH.Coughs, Guaranteed Colas and bottle Bronchial uOc. "(*,going mad.Jeiitlenifii..". l.e paid tu:1I1"I' .in GOLD nrsi. ROYAL STANDARD \WMI {

Daniel Kante of Otterville, Iowa, and 100. Trial bottlf-i free at W. A. ;governor of Tt-IUK'SM-O. and it this comimttc -
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write: "I have had asthma for D'Alemberte's- South Palafox. IT any oilier ever again seeks tninterfere : Years Old in Cases of t 4 Full Quarts, at S3.2G per r tniN1
--- -- --- -- i ,
with
my constitutional I right I
; let the GOLD DUST twins do work. |
jour
three or four years and have tried __
_I I'upiiliirauilrrlillt.. % tn pardi.n I'll f-ign every one of thost

about all the eolith and asthma Ymms CiirueliiiVandtrbilt is !bocom- I p':u.Ions l \\ 1.I''1i I lie d'rk is ninkiii h ; out. : Y j.; di"tillEd at the II 1- I

cure* in the market and have received Ins a favorite with other workmen in i \'s'.e.d I niui'm ig.; "-I it'ii v i'r Tiuit s. THI'HIOIO and is fully matured in w !

New treatment York and from other phy.ician"In cities the Mott haven shops of the New York I'. "' -.......,-......_- -'- : before bottling.! Tt i i-ab-olutely pure and u, ,1 ."I',
in of the
celled
quality hy Whi-key atiie
but got very little: benelit until Vntral railroad. It is not uncommon The Houtrn. 'bnJ.:, any ..
no matter where protlu(' d. The Hoyall'\tat. ;
1 tried Foley', Honey and to see him I ljiu on his back! among \\' \l'n John tjHiMcy Adams wa... .'Ijrhti is eight years old when bottled and, con ldr

Tar which iravs me immediate coal du;t aiiil cinders Inspecting; the .vt.H Irs of ag; *'. he met in the stn e''s of its excellent qmlitv. is the cheapest whj*ke..

relief and I will! never be fidiMruction of a "Kn-ouiotixe firebox. Itostoii an old friend.tu> '.11".1 his the market at that price. As a beverage and

without it in my bOil'"!:!. I sincerely (rimy faced engineers; and firemen like tremliiim: liand and sanl. "tc,1, \ mornin I I an absolutely pure stimulant, there is none be"
recommend it to all. W. .\. D'Al- .
embeite to Urn with the young; millionaire not ::. and how is.Iul'ii ( iiiiicj ,Adan s to, Shipped in ca-e containing no marks whatev
1-J: :$. P JhCx..I"ortl .
loa much because he is his father's son, d.ti" indicate content-1. If purchaser upon exan ,

but U-ctu Le is a K .od mechanic and "Th.ink .'(ill." was the ex president's, the whi-key i* not sati-fied with the qual
can return the lIne; at our expense and ::
uii-lt-rs-tauds the dis- "John Adams himself
"\\ ,-s the "ta r." l-tc. topics they like to answer. uincy will be refunded.

It I Is sail that n.. !less than l') .OOO I'u!>s.-New York 'fiUlcs. is H*'|11.| sir julte well, I thank :-,011. I All orders should be accompanied b\, .

JPItttl'rs li.ne parsed through: Pt I'.ut the hou>' in whiih he lives at flr..st'llt Snow whte: clothes ire the rest: of usir-r YIGHTYEARSOLD currency postoflice money order bank di r a3i ,

: I'aul this u-.ir 'Hit- Pioneer Tress! bas tiered III U\ln'U. I Is U-ciKiunc dilapidated. I It is totttrinx press money order. We refer to First N > ..

been interviewin.:; the railroad agents.; The Duke of Devonshire hold the ; njion its foimmiilat iii. Time and GOLD DUSTIt RDAR Hank or any merchant in 1'ensacola.

who kp an eye mi the movement and icciird for being; phiejruiatic.; lie began the seasons have nearlj' de!'trojed it.

... to obtain it when he yawned wearily Its r,H.f is well out. Its makes Ie.hthe; labors oT washir Turns wash
It finds that :: MI ,f the settlers went pretty worn IV- ct
over the (;reat Northern and Northern in the middle of one of his own walls are much shiitttred, and it trcrn, |day economical.into play day. Far better than Soap and more I : : ; S. A. FRIEDMAN

speeches and explained afterward bls with fry wind. The old tinement -
Pacific tu 1.llIIt'f''t of the westtrn -
:Made only by THE N K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
quite unn"-'CtI'tlly. that he "couldn'thelp is I lieiomin almost I umnhatiitaMe SOLE PROPRIETOR PEXSACOLA F. '
'
lInt of North bakota.SO.U01\ stopped ;': Chicago.: New York. Boston St Loi. -
it. it was so frightfully: dull." and I : and I think John _
at Dakota point! l.N ) settled in Minnesota. lJuillCYlIams Makers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP. .
U0 l..4.att.'l ill South Dakota completed it when he was to introduce will 'a.i\e to II1i)\I. out of it soon. I'jt I' O. BOXilK.. TEIA-1'iII\I.: 1'9
a bill in the house of lords IiI
while the OU1I Ita andVi!'w>u!'in Central providingfor I, he himself is quite well sir; quite ---, ---
: roads! hanlisl l.1Hj4) into northern the l'lotlllisbllwnt of a new univl"'rI\, well"With! DR. K INC'STRY
fur t..rI handlp'f'ry clas of Liquor- If j ,r.
London but did
sity not
come neartti .
t and centralVi cuu>in. that the \enoinhk] sixth presldent .. ,
bulk or bottle wholesale or retail at .rn-- .1
house to do so.Spring. of the 1'nitcd States moved on NEW DISCOVERYFOR {
i are way down.
Riff I'ur In salt LnLr City Fever. with the aid cf his staff. ,
-- THAT COLD. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
The Silt l.al.e City Teleeram! Fays!i Hprin fever n another name for !i ibiliou -- ,I ....
that In that citv there are some electrical \ "ne--. It i is more serious than Ready to Yield. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. .- .

mot people think A torpid liver "I ued DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Cures
workers who earn GOt::; a month. Coii5umptionCoughs
Two expert tli-iur.itive painters are :mud inactive bowel mean a poUoned Halve for piles and found it a certain: WICKESCO.
Cold Bronchitis Asthma
system If neglected, serinaa ill.iiee :
,
credited! with reieiv 2u cure ;;' P4. H. .,
:; $ a day and' followI'h \Y- MeredithVill. w

finding ftnplo.v: nieiit wln-m-ver! they d", DeWitfs may Little Early Hi-ers symptoms.remove', (trove Del. Operation unnecessary PneumoniaIIayFevtrP1eurisy -

tire to work A few plaster cast men t all dau ar by stimulating the liver to cure pile". They always yield to LaGrippe, Hoarseness, Plumbep Gas and Steam Fitter

command wiges equally high. Urkk opening the bowels and cleansing 1 DeWitt Witch Hazel :Salve.. Cure Sore Throat Croup and ; ,

layers get: $7 a da>'. while plumber the system of impuritie Safe pill,. ,kin diseaseall! kind of wounds. ,

tinners, carpi'iiter and stum-cutter all I Sever gripe. "I have taken IeWitt's Accept no counterfeits Harris', Whooping Cough. I No. 6 South Palafox Street

jet $4.ii) a day Machinists earn from Little Early Riser for torpid i Kahn Pharmacy John :rAheppard, rsidnev. NO CURE. NO PAY. All Kinds Oi Plumbing and Ua Fittings! MaiHriKiKept on Ha-i4
"
$3 to $4.:- ) and painters from $3 to !liver every spring for years writes - Pric 50c. and $1 TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.HCIIKUULI. ..kI.ltPIulwllbw... I
R. M. Everly, Mouudsville. Va."They ...
$3,ft). Ue>tnurant cooks get; from $'.':' We will launder '
: do me more goo.1 than anything : your "spreads' for
to $40 a week. I have ever tried." Har k 15 cents each and make them look I
,
-- ---- Plummy. John :::3ht'prard.idne; like uw. Star Laundry. 'VEEULY : i.A. JM:
very
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His Kahn. --- .
Read It in Newspaper. FOR STEAM DIVISION
jjchaub well known German -- -- Buy a new garden hose
(ttiorge a PKNS\COLA KLKCTltlCTKHMlIf

citizen of New Lebtnnn. Ohio.is The happy Home is thewellm from 'the Willis Hardware HAlLWAY COMPANY.: I 'ElT"JOJ: 10 VERY .. U'ouLK K

a ci'ti-tint reader of the D""ffJ/. Company. IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF .

VQlksi'ui':!. He ku ws th.it thi furnished home. "Marstonv HayouEig Trims leave Rayou.WsrrlngtonNay7 Pensacola for the LUll faro i

paper aim-* t<> adverti-e ny! the and Ion Barrancftn at HARDWARE.
bet column; *. .tnd when lie Quina can supply you\ i I
in its aw CASTORIAFor
Chamberlain1* Pain Halm advertisedtherein with all needed in the way 10:>Ri a. m.arrive at Fort Harraccai 10.O a.n
1:1)0 p.m.arrive at Fort Barraneai 1:45 p n
for lame b. ck. he did
hesitate in buying a bottle of it not for! of house furnishings at the Infants and Children. S.tDp m. arrive at Fort Harraacat .:16 II D I Iron, Nail Axe*, rihovf Is. !Snwf: u '*r.d "'; 'pamb/:1t
a:15 p.m. arrive at tort Barraaoai T:00p n
wife who for eight week* had arrlveat Kort Harrancat Supplies, Cooking and Heati: : :->' .v"-. P- int. Oils
hi* oiuestriCeS cash or credit. Flie Kind You Have lOUp m 5:14p.a: I
guttered with the uio-t tetrill paiH -- Always Bongffl Trains save tort Harrancal for henia Window Glass, Guns Piitol '.d'" > I" i-i., Tickle
cola at

in He her back and"After ci-uld u'ing set no the lelief.Pain cI%. BTc Iti.: Bears thelgnatae /# // .:U a m. arrive at Pensacola! ,_., 8:00 a, a i Agate and Tinware ana Hoiiyerirnishiii!; (!oo \Is.
;
say t lae ;"" &t;! : of I llwp m. arrive at l'enacolaI1:66: ".n
Balm for a few day my wife aid tome #; : !:oo p. m. arrive at Peniacola_ 2.4S: p.n CiTAGKNrjFOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANY-
'I feel a* tluuch born .tnt''' : 'ntl.ci .I.tCHOOI. *>:I mi p m arrive at Pf'n8&col", .. ... i:4i p n I
and before uingthe entire content 7C)1 ip m arnlvestPensacolas5p. i Revere Giant stitched Belting, Northampton Emery
of the bottle the unbearable pain* ':M II D I Wheel Co. Laftin & Rand Powder Co., John (Jll's Kitsomine. .

had entirely vam-hed and t..vcs: and Ranfre., Wm.
FARE rOB WIKK DAY CouP & Co.! Raw Hide Ltce Leather
again take her household dutie*. Masury's
up
1'1'11'.0"111 to Fort Barraacai ana rctorn 46
He i-* very tnankful and hop that: .\t C, \'. Ihoniptniirii :No. 11 South This signature It FeniacoUtoNavy and retarn_ 15.Peniacola Made Railroad Color""
all frunWma; likewise will! hear: of 1'aUfiT. ca every hex t-t the grcuhe: to Palmetto Beach and reJcrn: lhICHIDUDI.
laxative i Masonic )
Brorno'QuinineT Temple. @ Pensacola. Fla.
wonderful This vain- svny'Yben .
her recovery.: Ileides te! standard lice of ?tatiouf : .,
able liniment i< for *ale: by all drn.git .:- ry we have in tints with envelope the rtuftdy that ewes a cold la one day. 't, weather. permit tbe running o

? and medicine dealer to match : open coaCbeS.t.eav1

Royil Crt II Bond. You will have pride in t't'Dlacola Lv Yort HerraIlDa' W. B.
you own 8 a. m. 10 a. m. WRIGHT>> COfflPAflY
lm14a1111 from the ::'nrlbprnTOOtI H rct'5 Holland Hor1. dower gardens if they are on your 11a.m. II m -1 ,

Aew ,)-liilrani.Ue c cure for cix..Lt. Ladies' Art "tatlonerv.. )wn ?r und. Your fau-band can buy ip.m I p.m

Foreign: Mail, Ere.Artits' i home and ue can do it now, af- 'p.m! p.In Ip.m lIm \ \ t1! MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS JV

IltrhOfjc: \ SupP'I' :hough he may think otherwise .p.m p. --L

': '-!. Me.isorarauni nn k.. Etc. tvery woman want? a home of her 5p.m.sp.m.. 8p.m, LUMBER LATHS

; .\llllew and bris"nt= jwn, and if she will have a talk with 5p.m. 'I 1 ,


TM.Ip.hlre! U cm every box of the Conine' Rubberliose, all sizes, at Thus.:eadingReal Watson Estate! Agent& Co., ,they the \ and to antS P'retarll.nt. POBStTlDATI'enuoola Hurano__: _lila'__, JLl':! KM !WED CIPBESS SfiU'OIIS-Klii-rrifi! SUI 8

II
I. Laxative Brorao-QuinineT 1 ::an show ter tow it ("ciacola to Palmetto Beaeb 554 fe,*
' the Willis Hardware easy is to gitne. .torn-__- _____ It .
11* remedy that cvm a coW U elle Uj. Co.'s. ) I I I ::. FENSACOLA, FLA.
:{0 trelgbt received alter 1:1! p. m.




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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN ACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 6,1902. i

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Person I I NEW SHORT STORIES FOR RELIEF MINERS I I Don't Use 1

One He Was Looking: For Smith.

Tells Another !I M An amusing story is told by one of LOOK ROOSEVELT : ;
r. Moody's colleagues of an incident I j

that occurred In the early days of his ',

KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE. iirressional! career which is I
ABorT very I
characteristic of the new head cf the All Eyes Are Now Turned on I Ii Stimulants

**,., Why IU Se.I l Ucrtiilnj II Rip.U II' navy department It happened when j the White House. i

1311So thus moat be Sellll'tala i Mr. Moxly and one of his associates in \1 I

Merit Afttf All. j r rf"r congress kept bachelor's hall in a house I

that &tood next door to a fashionable PRESIDENT MAY BRING PEACE .

d eels always admit It I' ttlub. I j i to bouy up weak worn tired-out stomachs. Spur a tired !i .
article of ,
und an merit. It i One
hot
summer evening the Massachuietts :; i
There Is That ,
ChiefExecutive
a Strong Hope the
I.c -; ;hem good they want It to 'I member! and his companion I I horse-for 'a moment he bounds forward then drops. :
Thousands
bear of United
s too. the States May | ,
U were seated in the library with doors
tr I|
r.: ., Kodol the Dyspepsia wonderful Cure.curative It and windows all open, that they mi,1.t i I; Take Up Task of Bringing Miner :, Just so with a tired stomach. Stimulants forco ; f

get whatever air stirrtoz\
was when
::., ,'" ;v completely: digests which posIt any- rather dapper youns: man: sauntered,a | and Mineowner Together. i j ji it to a brief, unnatural effort. Then it collapses com t

f 4 u may eat. No one dis- into the room ktared a momout at its ;i Wilkesbarre. Pa.. June 5.-The eyes i i

', ,t that some other Igestf. 'l1l'l1lts, who were evidently! unf of the striking miners to.Iay were turned pletely. It needs rest.

... accomplish this result. known to him then throw himself .
p r' t nuance: is found in the I f down in a chair under the light! took toward the White House at Wash I I By the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure your food is :

raach. When it is lacking, and ington. A cew hope has arisen in the :
up a paper bej'an to read. The
f .I>e$ pepsin and it helps I master of the house ami his chum look- breasts of the men that the presidentof digested without the stomach's aid. It builds up the body
digests only album-i
!
sn
h i'il at each other, looked at the man the United States, at the suggestion .

-S tiff e meat of pepsin and cpps.and!: a May-lack ,i ir I and wondered, but neither of them sail I of the New York Board of Trade: may while the stomach gains fresh strength. Rest is nature'sgreatest i

di estants. Then it a word. After a few moments their take the task of to .
up attempting bring
That's the trouble with r unknown guest walked over to the hdl'l' miner and mine owner together. Theru tonic. It soon restores health. It is not necessary I

'' iration di !estants.They Kodol don't'tie and"Look touched here the, John button." he said to the I is a strut:, belief heir that tRoos'l'lt : to diet. That only further weakens the system. Kodol'
will! take up the matter and :
contains them all. It ,, amazed butler who answered the ring, ,
d! food You try to work out a solution of the prob Cure will kind of
you want. "I wish you'd see if you can find Smith. Dyspepsia digest any good wholesome
diet The feeling of lem. Mine wnrl.trs about strike head j I !
He iiiut be t somewhere about, for hepromised
eating i is: immediately quarters' ted that the great coal com food want to eat. Cathartics afford
only
he'd meet: me here at 10 you temporary' I
!iol Dyspepsia Cure. 1 Iij' bharp." tanks ranr.ot turn a deaf, ear to the l

>;.pepdtCur.-lU f -dyspepsian 1 "Hut !I i chief magistrate, and that if he can be i ii relief
ai oars can sir. stammered the servant !
I: It." E. D, \\iHUmsun.IP loc.kins at his mater, who were bidinsj I'i prevailed upon to atep into the breach : t

its worst form and felt their merriment behind ,'(.lulDino1fI:1j1I'l'S 1; it is nut improbable! that the operators "I had stomach trouble of four years' I Ii I II
th.- time uutlll Uied Kodol 'j i would rtiviifrom! the stand they have I j
"I don't know Mr. Smith sir. Made
"
oj i has completely cured i Geo. R. Colbath Mich. t
.i ,:a)1orRtliirrdr .. ''Send one of the other 'Trxants thwnhe taken.: The miners it is known, stand j standing, says Alpena, i

Kodol Dyspepsia Cure must be up t:1irs-anll be quiik |': willing to arbitiate. rp "which was so bad that at times I was forced .

about it." ;. President Mitchell! had nothing to i I 0 Digest to abandon my business and stay in bed. i :
all Stomach Troubles.
Cures The man hos't.itPil! and looked at Mr. say when approached on the new moveto
E. C DKWITT& Co.,Chl alto. : I At last I was induced to try Kodol Dyspepsia t
.gins 24 times the 5UC. sle. Moody as though awaiting instructions. I have the president take a hand i in Food I
Finally a light::; seemed to enter the :, I the settlement of the strike. The coal Cure, from which I received immediate relief

De fT's \\ taco "azel sALVLr brain of the stranger. companies: continue to lose engineers, ?!' and a few bottles effected a complete cure." I I II

.,. "I u't this the University club?" he |firemen and pumpmen. Many of the ,
pies: and skin diseases. i i I asked '
: : ,men who are now quitting are doing so -- -- -- -- -- I

i i ":\0. sir." replied the butler relieved. | |through fear of bodily harm. Repor* RR. MO RPETT S ( Cures Cholera-Infaofas

III..rnry !'of) I..". "It's private house, sir, and them two corn in almost hourly of men on their I Awtry Is Given Six Years. Diarrhoea.Dysenttry,
': u.?nS' in literature: ,t'ntlcmcnll\'e In It." I ; Columbus. Ga.. June 5.-For slashing 1
o way to or from the mince being ati i the Bowel Trouble of
'inic the fashion fur a :1. The Intruder's embarrassment wa :: tacked. The coal and Iron police, of the throat of Dave Greentree, a Apl'T Children of Any Agt. i

t.iki- riuk again; in obi ('evident and he became red in the far i ii prominent Hebrew merchant of Colum w fd |Aid* Digestion, RejuUUI
) whom there are more than 3,000 In the
:,:i the! uttenth; ct-i.tu i I a.s he stuttered his apologies. "Well," bus. Ben Awtry, a young white man, 6 rUTHING.POWDER5)l) the BOM els, Strengthens, iI
ASA
fi.ld are keeping very quiet, remain-
,,r, I II woids I1S "vastly," be said in conclusion, "you're thorough- ,' in; in seclusion within the lines! of : has beTi sentenced to six years In Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, the Child and Makes I
luality," ":;l'lItt'I'I," ctc.inrrs I I brads and no mistake to have stood mconfounded y the penitentiary bj Judge Butt in the r TEETHING EASY/
the company prop ity. I JOr man 25 re.t. to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D? ST. LOUIS MO. !
In | impertinence without court.
c0ul.ieuously say- superior :
The entire Wyoming valley It ('OhUI.bl", Ka.Ang.XJ, '."11.IHl. .- I!
:u England: at the pres1il In? a word. Come over to the club, very I _. f', J. JtOFFETT-ltear Dortor: life gave your TEETHIX.t iTeethinff .
| quiet today.LACKAWANNA. i loirder) to our little grand ,'/. Itt trltlt the
I favor seems to l>e || and we'll even up things."-Philadelphia i mere "I".t magiral, untt certainly ha patent result The effects :,
more II"tilla.tOl'Ja"I'Oll' Hnyfltlng
uticmj.I I ; "weird" and'' Times. I I i On the first indication of kidney treerernurd. lour. rery truly, Jt ,IoiII'JI N. KE\,
i ii STRIKERS MARCH. trouble, top it by taking Foley's (lore Ifishop Southern Jlt'tlwllhttlCrdt..) Pastor of tj,. SHut Church.
i Wanted to hear the Stronnrr. o Kidney Cure W. A. D'Alemberte, -- i 1

The Tontine 1Iarihea. I "I was down In Dayton's'st Vir- First Demonstration Against Firemen, I I 121 .H. Palafox.The TIME TABLE. I \

_',. ,'I 1'iment has accept pinlft district a few years ago helping Engineers and Pump Runners

:i 1 'j,-rutati syiulicate to ; in tbe onrnpaiirn." said RepresentatieMahon. Scranton Pa., June B.-The Lackawanna Beer LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IN I

I'D a! .a.; marches, which i "When we arrived at the meet valley had its first demonstration EFFECT DECEMBER 1, l&tU I

>A. t i.,\' mountains and the against the working engineers; i New Orleans and Mobile.
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i .IdC\ !, varying from six firemen and pump runners today. NoFurious That Made@

11" ('ost of Sl.OOO.O"( ( j I 'disorder attended it, but it was oolI. I \o.i. 'I No.2. No.3. Nn.l. 0.1. !
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1:15a 12asm 11:05p Leave Pl'nsacola..Arrlve 5na 4t)1 p eeop: '!
tl.r marches is ext I effective in inducing a large number sai; a I 2.:7 p I 11:1 a L aTe.."" 1lomaton...... Leave 21a 2:11): p 7:25 p
t 1' 1{ : .' fru'a Walttrla.N'go of these to give their 11)1( a c::!:! p 2::') a : Leave Mobile ..... .Leave 12s1! n't'' 12i5 D 1:00 II
I ::11' men up employment 1
: at the mines! in ahd about Oli-, &ANNU} 1SS I tR Pt r T&MO& U _. .. .I 1 s.c5p : ijI) a Leave..yew North.",deans _Leavea.-__-/ +-, p 7:25- a _- ;' 1 i

d eilth i uul.! -.- tt! .. kllt"-; 1'har.t. where the Delaware and Hud :
s ULd. Foley's KIjul'u'r.*' Bon company had been fairly success !
So. 2. So. I I
-ISVICTORIA- NO. I ,
P+ ti.e ki.inev; njrfit.; ) \\. A. ful in keeping its steam plants in op ll'lipm! 1 :15pm Leave .., Pensacola ...Arrlve IOilpm Iblam No.1 1
,mberte 12J cC 11:15 a m d:5i m Arnve _I.t'ave
l'.1laf"x. eration. p 'Iontgom..ry 11:15 am 0:3. p ta i'
11:59 am :()ipm I Arrht e_. Birmingham -Leave 1j:3.Jam: I l'
The march was the result of the :':05 p 01 3:10a m Arrive..N a.hnlll) ......L..avd ll'6pttl.... _
foley's Honey ana Tar malting last night( ; of the five local' I 3:51am 7am 1La9am 5:13am: I IArrive Arrive._..l"InclnnatL..I.uve Loull\1II1! ......L..ave 9:15pm 6apm 2:1.1.. m I

cares aIds, prevents pneumonia onions of that section and began; short MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. I 7:='1 am 111) p m Arrive tit-Lou!, ..LMT'- I tU p m 11:15pm'I:1i5 p m I

t ly after 6 o'clock) this morning, th a nl.:sr HI-CENT BOTTLE BEII& 1 PEN8ACOL AND RIVER JUNCTION.No. -

marchers intercepting the men then r? IN TOWS
T i ...... -"- 1 / .....+ 1 turning home from the night's; work I 21-Daily No. 8-Daily I So stop where time not shown No, i-Uatly No. Y-Uany ;

P PUBLICITY FOR These were takf-n in toby pickets DANNHEISSER BROS 11:55 pm 1:1)) a m ILeave. ... Peneacola.-Arrlve 10:1)0 pm 4:80)
; 12:15 night 7:13 .... .... obellua: ........ 10:87 I pw" i
anti )pervaded to meet the leaders o! AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED I:::!II" 1:111 to to ........ \ OIP8tra ......... 11): f" lI 11:01\l" I j
a THE PEOPLE the marchers, who finally the 12I" .:1 4 It .........Lscambl. ....... IO:,!:! I 657: i
got monto I I. f I.U'. T:225: .... ..... \Iul-t ........... It I,):..... .. 5:15 I i I j
9 -- t I IiI join their ranks. Th 'r? was n.ath'mpt .- Earner ftetey. I 1:1:1\1" 1:::.. .". ......... Harp ..... ..... to 101 to : 6 Ft I I
,f I:7):" 7:5.5: ...... .U'.tCity ......... 11).15 to :._.
'j
I: Word Cots You a Cent y at violence. The company t-x Main House-401 :S. Palafox street I 1fi "' 7iII" .. ... Milton.... ...... to I 6. "
petted! a move of this Kind but its epi-- R.R. Exchanse Union I::!I1 am..... It .. ......Good Range ...... 10)141"I... to ,I 11:11): t
uta Word is Head 4L5
: fiery iI clal Opp. Depot I\.i":! 8 15" ..... ...- IIQlts .... ...... .. 8iS" : I.
Its K>er> body.XOahau5fhold. policcnun were wholly inadequate ;: P. O. Box 21.! Pen :acola: Fla. 2') 8 a)I" ......... ll1ll1l1ao ......_ it: ) I f:1I 1\5: I
to block the plans of the marchers. Phones; ll -2Ii.: :ttl": '1:1.1" t.. .........C'rt stvlt'w......... 9:13: ? j
.:"'-- ":- ...... =;;;.:;,::.-=--+ The S:+I" 8.)1\ .. .....1> eer Land ..... to "::c5 I 8:3f 1:110 ..
I.ackdwar.na 1
company alSo suffercd ---------- -- --- -- 8:;::I"O) It to ...... 'olossy Head __ 81'. I
3111"
:n. \ i'l () LL''N1). the loss of its steam it.Uriiibine. f:03": I 9-53 .De..unlskHprtng5. "
men at 1.1'1 "
.._ _._ h.'I 1:1'1" IH" .......... Argyle. ..... 1H 2il:t1! I 1 I
..\ furnl- ; Cajune and Malieville min It's a Mistake CM 9:67 ... Ponce dlt Leon...-.. It 7w I 2:13 !
I this morning. At strike headquarters 5\)1" 1':10'' ... .. ..\\'ellvllle......_ 7lj It
>x. and all kinds of pitIrm.i 3 .. 1:56 I
: )oI" 11115'; .. .....CaryTHle....._ il:1 "
'I ea y Strictest the claim is mart that the company 63.1" H'jI I ............Iooltay......... 6:55; : I IU 1:21 'I II ,j
.' -t'r-it.Apply. to A.'Klsber r' I I'in ET, THEm JAKE!" will not have a dozen old men works I I 8:"+) 10:47 to.... .....l.hlplt y .. ..... to 1I1! I I lq4 "
First-Class Western Beef Is 8:101: It Ibtj" .. .l'ottondale ....._ 8:1'1 j
_- In? place. an able local orator Ing by the end of the week. 7.JtI" lli": .. .'larlaJlna..... to 8:1) 12:3 12:14+1 noon" J.
M) improved real es"U i holding forth in a way that was entertaining District President Xicholls also hade Not 25 Cents a Pound. I 1\1) I. l1i It... .._Cypre.s.. .. to 6:3 11:65; a m i
1i ...._
\ amounts at low : 11:5: Grand Rldge_ 6:11'1 "
o:, Lrsli-J t:. BruokS s.l I : and instructive to me. But th report that many of the new men, un 1M.' 1:1+'I noon ,. Sneads ..... 6::1 laii 1l:1t; ) ,I
faiafoi: tt., KisberSmlrn crowd Intent 8:15 1t:1: Arrive..RlverJunction, ...L..avl'l "
was evidently on hearing used to the work of firemen are als I 6:111 1111I "
j
| the Imported talent. You could Fee thatI deserting the companies. Look at our Prices" : I.
.
'. need I from the way they were hitching: La tyear. Now : ti>=GOLAY=@ : CHOICEST '
TO i money ]
i < i-noUDt you want i around in the se.its. Finally one old Situation at Hazelton.e' Extra Loin. . . loc: to ISc 20c ,
> d lowest rates fellow lost his stock of patience, so h i(' Round .. .. .. 15c 15c '
!
Hazslton Pa. Grist -OF-
uroved city real June 5.-The strlk Bri-ket and Corn Meal Mills I
and Chuck
'S lOc
I : r." \L. touth'I'alaIntt rose up in the center of the room and' i situation in this ; 1 j
I vicinity Is
today -RibRoat, He
-- !' waved his long arms at the speaker so ; A. man claiming to be one of the i imj Ramp 13c 15c ISci i! H. F. GOnZALEZ 4 CO., Prop i, I[ f FRUITS ANDCONFECTIOERY ij
$[ Y
I
"gHOw as to attract his attention.
I I" ,I\.I". MONEY i j ported special oScm brought; up from Considering quality above prices Maanfactc J
|
'' tn "Hey. there. Jake! he yelled. "You ;
Jrpr'JPlrty.pro-
.
," his or sell real es* PhlladnJphia called at mine i are cheaper than in any other city of i CHOICE MLA) I'l'UEGItOl'NI1I I -AT- f
set down! We want to hear :
dry \11IntI '
,: descriptionhave: i headquarters! and informed the officersI this size in the country.We i STOCK FEED. i
1 ''' r taxen: attended the stranger, and you needn't think we |
to I do have
to for
.. I that it the desire of pay more our 1 C.
: C. Watson Co.rance was the 70 watchmen 1 Patronlxe Home Industry, for there ti ; APOSTLE'S
don't hear enough of trap at other *, and have
your meat to
.' agents, Pensai quartered In the Yorktown charge more I, every reason you should buy your Meal and i :
: ''d--rat To everyonei times." (, stora than formerly, but it in't our fault, Stock feed from the Home Manufacturer, I ; ,
It "i U, w* ill tend I building! to return home. He asked the and 1 tor by so doing you enconraz borne Indni- ;1 14 East ;
:,. 1 a h.-use.a money d-tr i I Jake said he would be through In fly e | we are selling as low as we possibly try. Your money >* left in the! community Gimnl St., 1
minutes, but he sat down In less time .: assistance of the mine corkers in get tt can. and you la tarn are indirectly benefited. 1j
ting the men back. The mineworkers 1 In fostering the home manufacturer you Formerly Cordova Restaurant Htan \1.-\.1.1. ult[ ,
The sent
AN.i I than that. objector an
Ml. up ;
| .l \\ ), PARLOR MARKET contribute to t because of labor. Ion owe l I
matum. j I are looking Into the matter. The fore- |lit to the community In which yon live and One car-load of Pineapples at 11.75

\'\ ',., l"arn barber trade, "You shet up now" he yelled, "or I'll men and timekeeper at Yorktown quit Phone 173. .J IIU. S. Hell A. tllI", 1 which contribute to roar tapport. to $2.00 per dozen. f 1

'raluates. We want, be up after you!" today when asked to take the places
!"ntion) ever otiareal"'nu ,
for U.t'JJy I of strikers.
If I..;-r Bnrber College.itciit. .
A Brill.her Joke i I
j 1
J":U i A facetious Britisher in the Holland Clerks Put to Work In Boilerroom. I iI

I ur ![! House cafe recently remarked to a Shamokin. Pa., June 5.-Owing to F.E. Brew's OneP1iceCash

.. M 'I I II I New York Press reporter: "I-er-see !; the scarcity of non-union men here :(

I I .v furnisaed room at i that-er-among youah hundred gentlemen i the Union and Mineral Coal companies
-c -: Ml1t. aim
of Industry who met Henry of ;, '
were forced today to put main'

-' 1I1 \\'alllt'ci. Prussia at Sherry's there were a great :, office clerks! to work in the boilerrooms! .CUT PRICES IN TWO !

many gentlemen of leisure, self made, ( of their collieries. The strikers made . I
11' ; ; s-c; -1\- )1
\ > : tor; payii j of course. And with all youah boasted no demonstration against them as they

iiion office.to right one.mdU Ad- go aheadness one of the most prominent walked into the boilerhonses. Thd IMw)yard; Dress Swisses; worth 6c 20 dozen L dfes' Lisle Thread i 50 pieces Medicated 24-inch Cotton i J JI

A' of these gentlemen has devoted Ninth district United Mine Workers yard, 10 yards for 30 cents.;! Vests, worth 3-5 cents yours for 20': Diaper, l yards in a piece worth J
\11 -All Itlndi ot empty beer his entire career to stopping the wheels cents. boc, for this sale, 60c. r J)
headquarters today all collier-
H. A. KBIBDMAN. novstf reports lO f)) yards Dress Dimitys; worth I I f
his bent he
__ of progress. By pursuing > : I
has accumulated a vast fortune. estiv i lea in the local district free of union i i j j.clO- yards for 45 cents. 1000) Boys and Men's collars, 100 dozen Ladies' Fast Black, Fall -!
'on
'o A.LI'=.
!
i men while a number of non-union men broken sizes to close out at 3 each Seamless Hose, regular lOc 1
| mated at $40.000.000. Rather odd. is it 2000 bleached 1 wide Domestic goods I
yards yard "
1- Tae men desirable lots ID .j I are said to be deserting from the'I for this sale, BJ, c a pair; 4 pair tor :, i
: .. ,, on easy term, by the "'18ht'rI I i j i not that an American should grow sc mines. 10 yards for 45 cents. 200 Ladies' Madras and White 25c.
E: Agency, zo;, South Palafoi: j I,I wealthy endeavoring to retard things I I Waists; worth 75c and $1, to close at 1, I
l alm ;' 2000yards unbleached lea Island JI()
I ) dozen
.
j| Of course, you know I refer to Sir.I i! Missing Crown Jewel Causes Stir 45c. Men's Seamless Halt i
yard: wide Domestic, 10 yards for 45 Hose in brown 1
I whom I met I i red and black, for i I
re-1 York
POL'14THY. i George! \Vestlnghouse New June 5.-A sensation has i cents W Lace be
I : pairs Curtains 2'j'; yards a pair. ?: !
S'.' "'w i Gently In Washington. He has made been created In court circles accordIng long, regular Tic goods, to close at ,
I'v 1MB stock HKOWN and Eggs LEGHORNS for sale. I his fortune by putting on the brakes. I to the Stockholm correspondent of I j' 2000 yards Embroideries, regular 45c. 25 dozen Men's French Dropped- ,i { 1 I

6t14illisHardwareCo'e. l stfli.Vllt : \I Ilaw haw!" } The American and Journal, by the dlscoverr price 72} to St-c,10 yards for 4-5 cents. Stitched Under Shirts, worth 40c, to ,.l 1
i 25 dozen Large Turkish Bath T 'w- close at 25c each. Drawers" to mat b. j
uoulM. How to Avoid Trouble. that one of the crown jewels ial i 1000 yards Dress Pique and Ducks: els, worth $2,will close at $I.2). ,
.. I missing) from the royal treasury. It Is worth 10 and 12>s'cf 10 yards for 85 30 dozen Men's Fancy Striped
I
)1 Sow is the time 20 dozen 2x33-inch Bleached Lace Under
:
I ,. AH BEIRE-Mnofactarer to provide yourself a beautiful ruby of 255 carats. The cents. : Shirts 45c each. Draw
;: ab! 1nEairGoode, Hats. Toilet and family with bottle I 1I i Towels for this sale, at 50c dozen. ers to match.
.. a,Oil, a ofj I of all the | ;
i:' etc., 829 W. (Governmenter police European capitalshave t
Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and I 1000 yards; Dres Cross Bar, worth 35 dozen 28x42-incb Towels regular 2 dozen Ladies' Black and
I II' been warned to be on the alert. Colored i
=-- = Diarrhoea Remedy. It i3 almost i: S>2'c, 10 yards for iI) cents lOc goods, for this sale, &Jc Bilk Taffetta Waists, regular price i

: l-\. >r Kuneraln. .1 certain to be needed before the summer Ambassador Tower Sails for London : 25 dozen Ladies' Bleached Vest, dozen. 3.50, to close at $220 each.

, } .* .' )R FUNERALS Tornlsnedv I ia over, and if procured now i New York, June Charlemacga I' with tape in neck, 6 vests for 25 500 yards White Batiste Lawn, II This ale will positively not ran l {
J In boaqneta save a to town in the
k special design may you trip
1 r, :te Moreoo, SX: West OregorySddlm night or in your busiest season. It j Tower, United States ambassador to. cents regular 12jj; quality 10 yards for bc'j i for longer than one week.

_" is everywhere admitted to be the !I Russia, who has been In this country;

(< t T 1 PLO\VEH_ most successful medicine in use for i for some time on leave of absence, i ii ;
-- --- bowel complaints, both for children j i failed for bis post today on the steamer II F. E. BRAWNER'S ONE-PRICE CASH

t -S', WERi and Floral Eeslgnssigns and adults. No family can afford to I{ Columbia IrynyBalftam I HOUSE't !
y .. ordered for cnstomers, be without It. For sale by all druggists "

Uareao, Si's Welt Gregory.toII1lm and medicine dealer .I II and takes a ejcwj end ReU4'V4'1 otconjtH Right and cold Away t j j f\), 10 5 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET @ '


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j41l l THE DAILY,NEWS- : 'PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 6,1902

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1 gaxxia v BLUFF SPRINGS' WEEKLY SHOOT MUSICALE 'IStro ocgost 1 io the'W orlo"'



I Politics and jj FIRST FISH FRY DIXIE GUN CLUBThe The 42rt Annual Statement

: for \1'
Entered at the Post Office at Peneacola JUNE 9 AT THE UNIVERSALIST
Ft*.,tecond-clais matter. A.bi '. Ending December Stet, itKii of
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; orricEPitfi BuiwiDg nIi south i2. Correspondence i'a.ly :Sewe, date for the biff tournament of CHURCH-PROGRAM.
Politicians
i ry l'a1a1oJ: street, np-iulrs. K II ,. i ib. ;j i I II I Bluff Springs,June 3.-The fish-fry the Dixie Gun club has been changedto I THE[ [EQULIABIE l[

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% ta CO. h season was opened here today in July 17 and 18 instead of July 23
PUBLISHINC
THE NEWS -11: Solo (Selected Miss Cawtbon.
I honor of Mrs. Lee Walker of Biloxi and 24.
I. B. HILSON, Managing Editor. I i Vocal Duett, "Love On" Mr. LIFE ASSURANCE( SOCIETY.Assets
Business Manager. I Mr. Coston charges Mr. Loftin' Miss., who is visiting her father, Mr. In the regular weekly shoot at the ,
W. M. BALL !! I I Hawks Dorr and Miss Beatrice

B 1, with having climbed onto some of F. E. Bond. Kupfria'n park traps yesterday, J. .... ...... ... . fwi; r.:, -_
White.
Terms: Invariably in Advance. the planks of his platform, while the I The first catch was brought to the M. Maldon again won the badge on Reserve and other Liabil

OAt Year by Mail .__ _.... .__E 00 Recitation, Selection From Whit- ities... ... .... .. . .
Six Montha" ._._._ _... :2 5UOn truth is that Mr. Coston has amended : camp by two popular young ladies a score of 47 out of 50. The scores 259.:: --.
comb Mr. A. D. Pulliam.
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Week.by Payable Monday 10* the text book plank of his j i of the Bluff, Miss Dora Gentry and were as follows: Reily Surplus(from which Divi._ -

I fit Mr.Loftin's Solo (Selected)-Misa Cawthon. dends are paid" 71. ,
Mdrtrtiting Halts Furnished on Application platform to: platform. Miss Florence Fillingim. in company The Scores. .1 ; -u -1

Mr. Coston himself says "print don't with two of Pensacola's favorite B. Forbes . . . . . . -150 Violin Solo Selected-Miss Evy- Paid to Policy.holders in

TELEPHONE NO. 118.FEHSAOOLA I lie." Mr. Coston printed his platformin I V. J. Vidal . . . . .. -15 ,: lin Heine. I 1901... ...... ... .. ..$ 27-ii-j ..

young men. (These couples seemed J.M. Muldou .. . . .... .. 47 Solo (Selected)-Mr. Garfield. New Insurance in 19ol..f :24;; y. ,-
both the Journal and THE NEWS i to be doing some land fishing also.) G. W. Turton .. . .. .. . 39. I Total Insurance
I II . . .. .. .. .. 34 Recitation, :Selection :From Walt in force
UNION EE: and there was nothing in it about j i The second catch was brought by G. T. Morgan I Dec. 31, 1901.. . .. .il.iTH.-! -
I i ii I C.Kupfrian . . .. .. .. . 38 Whitman-Miss Olga White. .
i( :FREE tExt books. i il { judge G. M. Gentry and Neal Mc- A. S. J. Pinney . .. .... . 42'I I Notwithstanding the greater fi.a: :

I I j I Neat and consisted of A. M. Dubuisson . ... .. .. 33 Solo (.elected- Ii !! Nellie Rob- !cial strength of the Society a.j ; V

JUNE 6, 1902. { Evidently. R. J. Fillingim does j chinquapinpike Mr. Battle . . .. .... .. .. .. 32 erts. greater security which its j ',., i.
{ bream and trout. Mr. :F. E. W. H. Smith . . . ... . 27 holders thereby enjoy the KAT>;:!s
not expect to be elected to represent I I Bond arrived with fine lot of T. E. Welles . . .... .. .. .. 42::: Solo (Selected: )-Mr. Dorr. I are LOW and GUARAXTFEsi--.

WHAT will the Tennessee demo- Escambia county in the legislature i a IF. E. Brawner . . ... . 351! Solo (Selected)-Miss Cawthon. I tef than given by other CK;'; ,: -.
crats think of the Indiana platform? bream and other fi*b. The popular
He mess to be aware of the fact Team Shoot-Muldon's Team. Admission 50 cents.
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L. & N. Mr. W. A. Bond of I I
IF Editor Estill had "subsidized" I that the use of his name was. wanted i iI Bagman IJ. M. Muldon . . . . . 25: ---- KXOWLES BROS,.

his two garrulous! and disputatious! I, Pensacola, brought in a fine string, J. Vidal . . . . . 24: For biliousness use Chamberbin'sStomach

opponents to conduct their campaignof only to divide the country vote and and last, but not least, came Mr. G. IV. W. Turton . . . .. . 21': (!' & Liver Tablets. They I Gf'neralJenr.... I
I to help Mr. Coston to be elected over ;i ii i 1C. Kupfrian . . . . . 24 cleanse the stomach and regulatethe
vituperation-while he shrewdly Mr. and Xeal Gentry and brothers with over !'M. A. Dubuisson . . . . 18 liver and bowels, effecting a 3u9 8. Palafox St.. ., ; A
he has
Clopton, For
scours the state to its remotest corners i candidly Ii | fine bream and trout, make F. E. Brawner . . ". .. 20 quick and permanent cure. I
seventy sale by all druggists and medicine
for votes-he could not have cre- i said that he only consented to run I;

: ated a more satisfactory condition. I at the earnest solicitation of Mr. j': ing a total catch of several hundred Total . . . . . . .1>-' dealers. -- - : FISH CHOWDER I Ii
i I
I fish. I

reached I I to Coston him in and his Mr.Vaters field and ,begged who came him !j,''i iI At the camp were Mr. and Mr*. J. I I B. Forbes .Forbes's Team. 20 LOCAL RAILWAY i BY THE SEA SHE

i T. Fillingim. Mrs. G. M. Gentry and I A. S. J. Pinney 20 I
and revision of established creeds
to permit the use of his name. I believe j Geo. T. Morgan 21 I i
appears to be the order of the day ; I Mr. Fillingim to be an honest | Mrs F. E. Bond, with well-filled I Mr. Battle 21 :j I IMPROVEMENTSi

but it remained for a congregation iof i ; basket, frying pans, etc. When a I'i iI T. E.Velles 22 :I i I At the Santa Rt> --f! H.- .

Congregationalists in a New Jersey good mac, but he is doing the coun- I, I IV.. II. Smith 12 :| I i establishment. t11 !!*- : ,:, :
sufficient of
/ quantity fish was fried, I _
town to cap the climax by goingover try precincts an injustice by allowing ; Since the arrival of the structural'1 Frank Maura will .
dinner was announced and an eating .I Total .ll'Jj I giv-
in a body to the Protestant his used divide I I" I
| name to the I; steel last month from Germany: the celebrated fish chowder-. ..
Episcopal faith. | match participated in. Honors; in j Second Team Shoot. I
__ I country vote and to help elect two i J work on Tarragona street of re- day at 5 o'clock m. "I. .
p.
I the contest were awarded to the Bagman 1J. M. Muldon 23J i -
THE strike of the teamsters in I town men, leaving the country un- i. V. J. Vidal 21i!!; placing new rails: for those formerlyin ,i shore beach. The -team -
j and the preacher and I
judging
Chicago-which threatens to extend Geo. T. 20
represented.The Morgan use has been rushed. I I I prise will leave Palafi-x ,
w other cities wherein the business -- 1 by the pile of fih bones the award Geo. W. Turton 13 ;
I i j A large force has been working :;: 2:30 .
m. Sunday.
p. every :-i -
of the packers is entrenched-is doing I preliminary skirmishes of the i. Wd just.
Total 5 ,: there, but since the new rails! have I I
the meat trust much more harm 'present political campaign are now I After dinner the young people enjoyed : Foley's Honey and Tar : .
Forbes's Team.B. arrived, the force has been about
- than the injunctions. Hotels and : .
,
I .
ne opiates and can safely t>> '
being fought-and warmly fought. boat riding on the river and i
restaurants in that city find it difficult i ; I Forbes 22 [;doubled, and one track has now to children. W. A. D'Alf!

ti)etcnre supplies, even at the I I But it is merely a wordy war confined j jail returned home with a general T. E. Welles 25 been finished to Belmont street. 121 S. Palafox street.

inflated and the to speaking and i verdict of a day happily F. E. Brawner 17
prices operations of stump street spent. i - -- -- -- -- --

the combine are thus brought near It corner harai.gues. The real battle i II A PICKXICKEK. Total G Ilcveals a Great Secret. 134 134 134 134 134

ji to the masses '. I --- --- ---- l j It is often asked how .
such .
will be at tee polls July 15. All the i< Total Scores. i startling -:''': ---;'-
I Ladies Can Wear Shoes cures that puzzle the best physicians
' <:OU SEI j representing Gaynor and candidates cannot be elected. Those one size smaller after using Allen's KootI J. M. Muldon. shot at 100. killed. 95 i! are effected by Dr. King's New Discovery 134 '3 -S- 134

Greene, the Canada fugitives declare who are contesting: for the offices j i I It tIt: makes>I!.a powder tight or to new be sbaken shoes feel Into the fclioes.give i V. J. 'Vidal shot at 100 killed. . 92: for Consumption. Here's the '. Altai's' Teieptone
easy
their willingness to return to' 1 Instant relief to corns and bunion;. It's T. Welles, shot at 100 killed. 89. secret. It cuts out the phlegm and
should keep down all bitterness and' the greatest comfort discovery of the age. I B. Forbes, shot at 100.' killed . 87 germ infected mucus, and lets the 134 iiuHuh: i:.*. 134
the United States and stand trial be- i 'Cures. and prevents swollen feet blutt>rt>. C. Kupfrian, shot at killed. . 81 life-giving enrich and vitalize I J TIt:1
fore other personal prejudices, for it will be the callous and tore ppots. Allen KootKa: 100. oxygen -..-.- ,
any judge than Emory i U a certain cure for IWI a\&Dg. hot. aching >Geo.V.. Turton, shot at ]00. killed 7S the blood. It heals tfce inflamed '
!?peer. Which recalls the story of I duty of all good democrats to heartily feet Mall druggists And shoe stores, :'5c.1l'I'D't I Geo. T. Morgan, shot at 100. killed. 75 1 cough-worn throat and lungs. Hard 134 134 134 134 134

the Irishman, about to be handed I. support in the general election KKK accept by mail.any Address bubotltute., Alleni.Trial, jluisted package, 1 M. A. Dubuissou. shot at 100. killed C3i colds and stubborn coughs soon i:,
for murder who u Le troy. N.V. i i F. E. Brawner. shot at 100. killed. 72 yield to Dr. King's New Discovery,
besought the sheriffto tnose west win in the primaries. 'i ."..... .n.tt1o.... "hr... ...... 1(0illwl V" nu.".. . ':,'1. the most infallible remedy-' for all i None Better -*
put the rope under his arm, as Let the primary be a friendly test of Brotherhood picnic at Kupfrian'sPark !I A S. J. PinnelV shot at lOt, killed. G2I Throat and Lung diseases.Guaran!; -[' ..
he was "a little ticklei-h about the June I W. II. Smith, shot at 100, killed. 39 j teed bottles 50 c and f 1.00. Trial I Ii
throat." [ strength only, not a bitter political i Monday, 9. i bottles free at W. A. D'Aleinberte's.

i struggle. !! I 1 21 Booth Palafox street. I Than the Best !
; Mothers! Mother! Mothers! |
THE Boston
Journal (republican; BIG CROWDSHERE
i How man;children are at this season fei ,,
approves the idea of leaving thf I wbo- !
Young men have reached i! verlfch and (constipated with bad stomach ; WATERMELONSON I to
0*
choice of route for isthmian ; ;
an canalto ; '
and headache.
j their majority since the election of' SUNDAY i. MotherUray's Hweet Fow-
be decided by the president, and I den children will always cure. If worms
says: "The acceptance of $enatorHoar's !, 1'JuO, and democrats who have moved : -- are present they will certainly removethem. I i SALE TODAY I BUFFALO
I 1 the At all druggists. .'5 cts. Humpies i I
into since then
proposal would save our na- county will be : i
mailed FREE Address Alleu t!. Oimettd '
tional lawbreakers from the public : given an opportunity to register Alabama people by the scores will LeRoy, S. Y. 1 Powder

wrath which will certainly burst I i' June 12, Ii: and II in the several prc-j be here ,Sunday, and transportation i The first watermelons of the season Baking

upon their heads if the conirre"-ioii- i facilities from points in Georgia from :
.. session ends without positive duets, but they should remember :i COLORED SOLDIER : were brought to town this morn- 15 THE BEST !
any
Atlanta
south have been
that this requestedto ing by peddlers from around Olive.
legislation for the long-Jreamed-of will entitle them to vote in I :

American isthmian waterway." the primary election only, and not be provided. : FROM PHILIPPINES The fruit was small but brought rkp'

"National law-breakers" is good. 1 in the general election November.. ;I| It is now intended by the railroad > f fI good prices at retail the purchasers (a
--
i i companies to run three special I, j in nearly every case! being darkies,
To vote then they must register on
:
AiVOKDi.\ to the
language of the j trains but from the Alexander Jone, a colored
outlook it young
maybe who could not re*i-t the natural love
bill. Peusacola's share in the river'! the regular books when they are | i
1, I possible that one or more others citizen of Pensacola! has returned
and harbois- |for the lu-cious
appropriations will be opened in Angut.I I i' product. Larger
follows I ( will be put on. I from the Philippines with an honorable -
a* : For "continuing improvement i (fruit is expected for next week

and for maintenance j i iIsaO.u Young men who become 21 years Two of the specials will be run j discharge, having served the -
1 1 TILE SANTA U *'; the same to be used toward i j jof age before the 1st of January, : from Montgomery, from which place i full term of his enlistment. He ar- : ,riiK IIATIUM tST.UUI'luUn I

securing a channel depth of thirty I, IMul! must pay poll tax for 1'JOl to en-1' come two baseball teams which I rived in the Philippines! August 1,1 i:
feet from the Gulf of Mexico to the ,I I in the
j! title then will play here One i 1&99 and served with Co. K. of the Ii J Ji Bathing warm gulf waters is
to vote in the primary Sunday. of theseis
dock line the
at east end of the city .I iconceeded to be the finest in the Guaranteed.'Absolutely; Pure

of Penacola: Provided That f'''!I election July 15, and this poll tax the Falcons, who will play the 25th i|, infantry. His discharge papers ;i i'world. Evtrythingforpleaiure with I _

aid amount U OOUU, or0 much i must be paid on or before July 5. I I Giants, and the other it i the Dursetts ,'j show that his record was good and\\1\i \safety.the day or Good week.board Luncheon and lodging promptly by- .,I It makes delicious bi=' ? .

thereof as may be necessary stray: be I| All voters should look at their poll who come to play the Utopias. Both I,|I that he went through several battles 1 served at all hours day or night. fins! etc.
ned for the construction or purchase i CHAKLKS H. BTKION, You can prove t..i.-! h':
of !; tax receipt and see that they have the last named are colored and will !! without receiving a wound having 2in-tf Manager. BUFFALO a trial.
a suction dredge. I '
seagoing paid their tax for Unhand! 1 1W1. If I, play at Kupfrian's park Sunday fought at La Loma, O'Domell. Mt.Aravrat .- -- --- O':( Al E''' A

WANDERER SAILS in doubt see Tax Collector D'AUm- : afternoon. Both of thee are chain 1: Subig and Castillijos.I Telephone j""I..

berte and he will explain what is re- I pious in their respective cities I' Filthy Tt'IIIIIIf'1t in India. Y

quired. All these trains will leave the Sacred: cows often defile Indian A JL.JW Jt. JL A. A.
FOR LIVERPOOLThe I' temples, but worse yet i< a body ...NEW... tf
i THE POLITICIAN. starting point on :Saturday night that's pointed by eon"tipatlou.

i\i arriving here early : Don't permit it. Cleanse your SysI -
Sunday moniSit -
Of what does a bad taste in your tern with Dr. King's New Life Pills gum nmi= rn BICYCLESLw 1
British steam-hip Wauderert'ailed { I
iug.
and avoid untold
mouth remind you? It indicates i ntl+ery. They ,
1 'I --- ------ give lively livers'
I this moining for Liverpool that your stomach i< in bad condi- ---- active bowels

} with a of UOHK( bu.hflIf tion and will remind you that there ) Yrar of Popularity !| good digestion fine appetite. Onlv $
cargo
> Y i .
i I i* nothing so good for *uchadis-.j ; cent atV. A. D'Altmbertes'j
it' grain. The grain weighted her order as Chamberlain's Stomach & \ is i the record of Painkiller ( Perry j drug store, 121 >. Palafox. i* 20c wad r se

Liver Tablets after having once Davis'), but the shops are full of imitations '
down to a depth of 24 fet-t.-! inchesaft Used them. They cleanse and I !: If you want a nice present to give R Stock
I invigorate made to sell upon the great IMH: COPY Big All Kinds.
to a friend and look ,
and she went out with ease over the stomach and regulate 1 l go through the t
: the bowel ]reputation of the genuine; be cau- ,i elegant line of suitable articles
For sale at 2;; cents at.
the bar. box by all druggists and medicine per I tiou?, therefore, when you a=k for a i J. I. Stephens, you surely can find For Six Days Only All Prices!

When she cleared the wharf at dealer !!MI bottle to see that you get the irentiine. .!.something' to please 'ou. If you a ,
I : want in the
anything Diamond
----- -- 1 1I line
6:3(1 o'clock the bow gun w.tired.. i An unfailing remedy for,, be sure to see him before AT t
Brotherhood picnic at Kuprian's (cough" cold, bronchiti. you buy. (EDISON ij PHiNQGPH ti 1 !
A deafening report was made and 1 The
man who own his
Park Monday. June 9. i iI i own home 8 PENSACOLAMUSICCO'Sr
many people wondered where i it MILCH cows FOR SALE insure himself again-t lots of
I NTicE trouble aud worry. Nobody
Music
can Free With Machine
Each
from. 37 S. Palafoj St.
came raise hi* rent, and the rent day bus : ,
-- -- I OR
EXCHANCE
You are hereby notified that the i no terrors for him. It.s easy to owna '
Whooping Cough.
Fishing Tackle.
lodges of F. ,fc A. M[, of Penacola I! DRY CATTLE home now-a-day*. Thos. C. s -j
My little ron had an attack of :: JOR WatSOn & Co. can tell you how x
will celebrate at Kupfrian's Park. i it is. Call Base Ball
wboopiug cough and way threaten- '> easy and see them.OABTORIA.. I ,
*d with pneumonia ; but fur Chain i I June ::.i. Everybody is cordially in- 1 Call at fug Wet Cease street and

berlaiu'e Cough Ktiuedy we would i iha.e | vited to participate. : make your choice. : La Norma! Tennis,
a serious time of it. It aUoj! Done Bw tb, ita : ,. nears 3c2nre !
GEO.V..
j by order of I ujlOt TI-RTOX.
JR.
caved him fronr several attacks of i icroup. -. h'H: 1
.-H..1.ITRICKFAIE\ WM. TAYLOR. # Ping Pong.

"tl'erUi-nrraM, Fair Haven. Wa"h. C. H J.ol'D.. D. U. M.i I Of All Hot Weather Enemies fI .

For sale by all druggist and medicine i Scretarv.our I jOf, humanity cholera is the wont Thos. C. Watson & Co. Big Repair Shop!

dealers. i i n_ j Treatment to be effective must be ,:,: the leading Real Estate Agents take, ;. t WIS 8 !a &COSNew

ls" l)ral T for AllM.'d Font-Faae: 1!prompt.and] When vomiting purging all the worry off the shoulders of the Can Repair any old thing

RATHBONE SISTERS. A powder for th*f..E-!. It cures tlwolleo.wre. :! sweat announce that the disease owners of property, manage the
Hot.t'ageni.Aeiing.b.! .. ttogFertComae is present combat it with Perrv renting of their houses And fit Keys to any old Jockp. :
and the collection -'
No. 4. Rathbone and Huaioi Davfs' Painkiller. All
Magnolia Temple > At ail druggitli and shoe bowel troub-
sisters. regular meetine Friday af- store*.JSc. Ait today.Tonight lee like diarrh 1, cholera morbus i' of their rents as! con cien- .' 5=cent j
tiously
as they would themselves. Cigar.Try
ieriioouJuue 6tn, at 2:{O o'clock. and dysentery are overcome by Pain Their charges jI B. Bruee
are reasonable.
'j Inituti.ni* will take place. Members killer. It i+ equally healthp'romoting very :i I ,

t.! are specially buslnt"wIll urged to attend be transact a* veryjmportait in all-climates.--- -_ -- I is the latest! 1 1L It Buy It I
:
L La Norm ,
ee L. Hear *-d that interest* every member. Jst bfore rrtiring, if your liver Is Elegant china closets, inI t __ i 15 S. Palafox.
: IRS. C. .\. HR.\WHH. s1uecishat or tune and you feel dull another column. I
}:. )I.E.C. bilious constipated: take dose sideboards and leather-
miry a ofHood's
EltILH
2 M
J w )1. R. (.. seat chairs at Marston ----- Garden tools in endless I All kinds of chairs and
9'Quina's. The finest line of sterling silver
PillsAnd and silver variety and at rocJc'tbottom rocking chairs at Marston
nrcribt; to con A t.w- ic per Low prices; easy foods; novelties fa to be .
,;' wetb. you'll be all right in the morning. .payments. found please at all.J. I. Stephens' Prices! to j prices at the Willis Hard1 $ Quina's. Prices are very

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,ware Co.'s. low.



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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN ACOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JUNE B. 1902-
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O'NEAL, President;
* 0' F. C. HORTON Cashier
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;
Vice'President
41. FOSHEE, M. E. CLARK Aut Cashier. .
Coilcieix-
&taten1ent of the THE WEATHER
R. HALLIDAY & CO.


AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK TODAYLOCAL

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OF FENBACOLA, FLORIDA AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS MAY 27, 1902

RESOURCES. FoKKCA8T-Fair tonight and Saturday Extraordinary Values for June Selling in :

LIABILITIES. ; variable winds.Temperature J

:.ca and .; t... A1.02 Capital Stock .....
$I200onom Seasonable and Merchandise !
drafts """ 1,233.82 Worthy
: : Surplus
... lo'ooo'oo
..
H.: Bonds and' Premium........ ...... bO,250.00 Net Profits ....... ............... ." 7,121.86 in Lat 24 Hour:

fsrniwre; and } 6718.48 Rediscounts............ ...".. Maximum__?..__.......... .. ._ degrees
U *" .". )( 112,MOM Minimum-..._.... .__.m...... ...... degrees
& ..' .r-nK? 7 ,OOo'ooa
and Deposits 46157442: Temperature Elsewhere: Our Entire Line of Colored Wash Fabrics to

--- I .Max. Mln.
866347.17 Atlanta_ ..... ....__......._..... tO 70 be Sold at
1866,347.17 Bumarck._. .... ...._....... ......t* 62
T ,I" bank: opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit Chicago.__ ............-$5 S*
i laJiue"i prompt, courteous and careful attention. your patronage and we will giverlr Cincinnati...............__........._MI M
Galveston.__. ..._..._ ........_M 7.11i One=Third Off Regular Prices !
Interest Paid on Time I i Huron._..._?. ..............>_M f8 j
Deposits. Jacksonville .. .. ........_. --.. _$e) 72
I I Kansas Uty't et Madras Cloths Excopted.
- Key West. ..... ... .. ..l01I 7 a 1
Memphll _. ..... ..... ....... I<:! 74 ,.
[. .1! -J Mobile .._ ............. .. l>!1 -
B. H. FAIRCHILD, HSH5H5E5H5H5ESH555S5E5E5J ] ESOAMBIA OIL WELL Montgomery ._._........ ........ I'f\ 7t>8
ol in New Orleans_ .... "" ''' ..... F: 74 Our Entire Lines of Black Goods Table Dam- ;
.
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Sew York H ft\
>E3R
t1 prLOLBT: :R SOCIETY EVENTS Savannah. .._ .1>6 .2 asks ;
Towels Bed
etc.
TO BE ABANDONEDThe li t. Lool8 _. ._ MI 70 Napkins Spreads, ;
38 EAST ROMANA STREET. also our Dixie and Climax Mosquito !


f..cet Kirk and Specialty.Refinishing Furniture a n AND PERSONALS adjourned meeting of stockholders MARITIME. Bars and Bobbinet Mosquito t

Netting at Special
Fbono 403. of the E?cambia Oil Co. was --
Discount of

_ I Judge J. R. Landrum is quite ill held yesterday evening at the Pilot I I for June to date El._FORTH. ._. .. -.l:. rKtiS

R. K. WHITE, I$ at his home on North Barcelona office, 47,770 shares.or about two
II $ 15 cent.c se '
CLEARED.BrssGleneoeldtr.Cooper.
< per
I I
I street. thirdsof the stock
I being representedin .by Rlx M Roninson. 't
Tetthmntar Manufacturing Jeweler I .tor OtranpemouiH. with l.Vtlleusft 'I
H. H. Patterson, wife and child of person or by proxy. President j sawn timber:\."",."t 8 ttdralsvalaetl,7ll! Remnants of Wash Fabrics at Greatly Reduced Prices. I\t
and (iradnate; Optician, Sor ss Banna 2r.1.: Chrlsteni-en. by Hull ,
I Atmore, Ala., are the Baars read a memorandum from :\lr.1
among guestsat ,
Transit ('o Tampico witb 6,1 V long tons ____ ___ c !
,t., Priftarola, IUJMS Merchants.. utter,,the well expert, relating to coal value ll.7m
j yttk faltas: i : Kus bk Ht.'ra.ltC17.Hogghloin. by 8 S L (o. I t
I the l I for London with TuKiwt I H deals and board, R. HALLIDAY & CO. l
- Mrs. A. D. Alfred and children prospect of recovering the iiiMi' J s ft sawn timberalue U",.. ,

rvY-v-wv I have gone to Mobile to visit;; friends lost pipe, which was not at all encouraging. I

:1i I and will later spend a few weeks on Br fs Wanderer SAILED., tinnier Liverpool via 'Telephone 193. 33 and 36 Palafox Street.If i
the eastern shore. New Orleans
I After debate, on motion of Mr. W. : -

NOTES ,j I 11'.11'.1.ovelace, A. McGowan,Jr., A. Dunham, it was unanimously I AT QUARANTINE.

1 I K. J. t'hhee and Hon. M.A. Rabb of determined !ir ship Kings County :!t<1, Walter. Cape You Buy Them at the Boston Shoe Store, They are Good !
that the recommendation Town via Baroailo to order
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I ,Brewton, and J. H. Fuller of Nada-: Kus ship Ocean, 141, Mat tssen, Ki9 Jan-
,. wah, Ala:, are among the guests at i made by the board of directors' elrotoSSLCo:: l
I Norbk Alexander Lawrence,ll.C. Haaversen -
and mu-ic at the
: -inging: the Merchants today. to the meeting of May 29, of which I Uo ario via Barbados, to W s> Keystr s.
_ Army hall tonight, con Co LIGHT SHOES
I I the present meeting is an adjournment !
I
i '", Adjutant lioytl. Also a '|

.r i.; in: of recruit Everybody I SUNDAY'SBASEBALL i that the well be abandoned ]; THE SHIPPING. i

I and the affairs of oFORoSUMMER
the j
1"' : I company j i VESSELS: IX PORT.

I ,I' .well the colored woman wound up, accepted ; and that the I j STEAMbHIFS.BrP.atten .
Hall, :
Weppenerlto llaftrs.
'i W unused of taking two gold | I board proceed to settle up the affairs : 'Uunwody R Co -tt 444
,
Br tilencoe,9540 Cooper, to order
:m'':' from the home of W. S. of the company as speedily as possible !! Span Ida,.!!(!:.Arana, to Gulf Transit Co II
I I *pan Madnleno., Luzarraga, to W L
WI" tried in the police -- and have the closed Wtlticb Co IN WEIGHT .
same duly up LIGHT -:- LIGHT IN PRICE !
I Span Satanderino, 1M4, to M il
:< i* morning and di-chargec': I Ftjurrola. 1
i to law. I 8ulll\an
,.'. tv,ng ben produced no di- o c: / \ N the excnrsionfromMont- according Nor Banna, S71, Christensen, to Gulf I

. vijt i.'jttn convict her with the ; .r...A, I Transit Co .OXFORD SHOES.
I 0| J is the latest? I i l SHIPS. .. ,
1 'y, "ll," l gainers, which I 1 loema See L. Bear & CoV 1 Nor King Cenrlc, i'oulsen.to Yrnsecola s
liLt i I i ]Lumber L'o e
advertisement
I ia\\ Jir Lizzie Burrell. in distress are Proper for This Season.
Q arrives Sunday :
another column.
i
N..w; '- .'U .J time to begin tak- '\ \: BARKS I II

Hi." "il "rp.inlla. the inedi .. .. morning will > Rus Albion.t1\1.>. Snail to 88 LCo PIlOPElt FOR STYLE V PROPER FOR COMFORT!
I Brotherhood picnic at Kuptrlan'sPark i Colurabini.ius+s, I'aroJi. to order
. it ie-iu-f: t'if'; blood and the fastest | Nor lrmaltl\l,JobQ, to orderIt o.l I
.z:4 V"be on.
,/ Monday, June 9. We Have a Large Variety to Suit all Tastes and Pocketbooks.
.' ,' : ..u'pl"xl.iti. I of that __ u UuUeppe U Albundo\ Monti to I:

/ team | sa-co Kus Kros H t'ra. 10ST. Hoftublom.: to 'iH Ll.'oBr ...... --....- ............
I -'II f -. j city the Fal- A CASE OF ':i J H )Marbters 51'.', rank, to order
NOT A PATIENTOF f'Y*- f'- Kus Lima,V7<> Burke, to i'eutacnla Lumbar
I S> Sji'I;': *.. ""* con?. The team I Co Y
Nor Mataura. 1183:, Bruusgaard, to 8 BOSTON SHOE STORE
I has taken a majority of games played TIMELY VIGILANCETimely i hotter CO ,
THE HOSPITAL HRIf S.i .
this season and numbers in its lineup i, It I>ue !Sorelle B.. H*.Costa to order
"CIIOOSFRm !!. I NATHAN (;. IC'HiiMii: I'rulrit.tur.
-- some player of note, who are .\ Belle O'Neill,;Norwood, to master
Union, 7:, Foster, Kuaton, to master I
niagemetit of Ht. Anthony's known to I'eimacolians.! !; vigilance of a citizen on j' ; Leaders of Low Prices. H7 South Palafox Street. r '

wishes it understood that } The Montgomery newspapers are Cervantes street last night averted a DP CLEARED AND HAILED FOB PEN I!

quite positive the nine frpm that burglary. At 11:45 a suspicious- HACOLA.
.
.I .iHt woman arrested and STEAMSHIPS.AJ

,t..orderly conduct 'eter- city will take the "only losing game looking individual was detected Hodr..n.Cr. 112'.BendittihieldsMayt: :3 r522S25'25252525252 5252 '
lounging about lot. H..atnc..lir, :GAL; t.d"srd; Pt-narth Maya
a The
private
from Oliver's Pensacola and
W wither an inmate or em- team. Heifcinzborg, bwed, in.1"I. yclireill: Hotterdam rat
the claim is held out that.Pen"a. lights in the house were extinguished :May in to ,
,
,. and that her SilverdttU. Ilr 1711, Balls. sid Shield*June4Xazpirak
Hospital cola will never recover from the and an eye was kept an the party, Bat, Span,t>ld Bilbao. March 1Csas
I not disturb the patientslereiii 8H1PS.Kndynuon /(
drubbing which they will get." who proved to be a negro HUB, I>H. till East London ,
and not
were so Marcb IV
The same thing has been said about When he saw that everybody had H4KKS
'" dad as the note of here Antonio Urg.7:1'-! slJ I'alma. May l.'i % .
the Falcons by the Pensacola boys. apparently retired he waited a short Barsaglieru, It. hid *>a\ona Marcb IV '
: .'- columns yesterday ('o It.H.! at Marseilles Ian 11
The latter have been strengthened time, then is said to have ventured Hugo. Nor.win.at Table flay March 7 25252.5C252S25JJ.
a ,. public to believe. line !Mount It.Rid Iitb Jan 12: s s
by placing Joe Pine on third. into the yard. It was after he had Virginia, It,Mil Malaga April It r

HHI| |>\ limr in Old TII\\II. The teams will line-up as follows gotten near the residence in question - ....... - 1 Ij

,.1 \ ..ry happy," writes R. for8uuday'; # coLtest: that he was given an idea of Save Ioney\! yo buy ing j j

\ B. 1 "I I Town, Va., "when FALTONS P.SA'OI.A8Fillch. how Mont Pelee acted last month. r furniture

.1'hlrt; :Salve wholly at Marston $ Quina'sGeat d
.c f.HarrisCrtightou The evident intention of the black '
"< r nf a bad case of Furniture Emporium.
.2b. Sanchez was robbery. None of the three
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itcli hu all who
; Solomon I .c. WellesLobiuan .
shots to have touched him.
seem
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15rui-es til-
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..... ..3b.Pine

I >: 11 *1.ilhblefor D'Alemberte'Pilt'".*. Hall .1 b..Olh.C'r Virulent Career Cuml..Startling :I La L N l.''oCma See is the L.latest Bear !fe Co'sadvertisement

)Ieyt'r..l f. Kicker : proof of a wonderful advance i in
-"..-.!. !1'ilafox. JohnMHi .rf.
Roberts of Elizabeth, W. Va. An
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Gibson s? Lappiugtou .
NOTICE. old man there had long suffered with Jsam Stop the Tickling
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Kahn..p. OweusllaUl what good doctors prououtced in. sad OuIcW aware Inflammauoc In Ua'1u'uia.L

I I'' "r.- will be a retrutuijr !' .sub. Laird curable cancer. They believed his
I I: .... of 11 It. Ho- ca-e hopeless till he ued Electric (.'ltl.:\V 1VUIICEN. t
h'
l 1 It..1. ; Molt Hitters and Bucklen's
Chapter applied Arnica --- t
r Ot I Ice cream freezers that
,I J. \ \"lIitl ig. 5 th inst., at Salve, which treatment completely ER thA captain own "
a rlnck.1I' freeze quick, at the Willis cured him. When Electric Bitters dtNEI1'H con'iinet-6 ot the -.
Kings County will b
K. A.M KK>OX, are ned to expel bilious, kidney rPepnusihle for debts contracted
I
:Secretary. Hardware Co.'s. and microbe poisons at the same by the crew of said vcssIroning ..l.
--- time this salve exerts its matchless J. W. SALTKK.Captain.. THIS
1'oord..r. I ii
healing power, blood diseases, skin I !
.. .. ... ... ... ulcers SjU 1.
.. eruption, and sores vanish. ----- -- -
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Bitters 511.:. Halve 2jC at W. A. D'Al- I

., k emberte', 121 :South Palafox. I [ I !

!
: Brotherhood picnic at KupfrianV1 I II

j Park Monday, June. t
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NUNNALLY'SI; ANOTHER THIEFWAS SPACEFOR




\ HIGH GRADECANDIES"' I I SURPRISED -rr :, I

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'f Jos. Quina, living on Eat Roi I

i!i mana street, was awakened Las -

I i ni.rht by his wife who informed him
E I'
I a man was in the yard. i T

I Mr. Q'lina got out of bed and went .

-r. -\l\vavs Fresh and Excel: All Others. j jto investigate and saw a stranger Day BARGAINS !

t trying to sneak away. Two shots

were fired at him, none of which hit I has no tprror to those whose kitchen
P
the rleeiug form. I* equipped with a Gas Range. No
__ f!
f ...FOR SALE BY... heating up of a whole house on a
For Over Suty Years.
hot day. Heat is only applied where
C MRS. WISSLOW'S SOOTHING SYBCP hat
been used for over slitr years by millionsol.
for children .. needed. As a matter of domestic
mothers their hile terthingw
SOL CAHN & CO. tth perfect euccesi. It ootbei tbe cbild.
alien the gums,allays all pam.curt'I wind economy a Gas Range will soon pay
and Is tbe best remedy for Inarrhoea II
colic
for itself in fuel when
saving compared
the little
It will relieve poor sufferer immediately. !

Hold by Druggists in every cart with an old style coal or wood I- .- --- -- '_'__.w., --, -.
world. cents -
of the Twenty-five a bottle.
FANCY GROCERS
AND
STAPLE Be tare you ask for"M r,.Winslow's Bomb- ,
fire and
ng tlyrup."and take no other kind. you cannot over estlmaethe .

Lorner Palafox Intendencia Streets. MEAT & MALT has a marvelous i i comfort and convenience of th W. J. & B. FORBES.
cleanly fuel in warm weather. ;:
dietetic value. While refreshinand II i i I
-icphone; 178. .i .* Pcnsacola Fla. II I
I pleasant to take, it helps assimilotion giPensacola' Gas Co I _

of food. Sold byDANNHEIS.JKR ;: :I Cleaning ladies skirts and waist I will repair your watches and

%%X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% BROS i I No.I 3 S. Palafox St., Pensacola, FU I I is dry.one of OT specialties. Star Laun- Stephens.Jewelry in flm-class atyle. J. I .

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7' THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY JUNE 8,19O2
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1 SCROFULA CHICAGO STRIKE IS Inspector Hunt who led the police dur-

Ing their nine hours of fighting, was! MISS FAY LEE
lief c
I bequeath to my children Scrofula with all its WON BYIEAMSTERSPractically hit three times and was limping today I ,

; attendant horrors, humiliation and suffering. This is a as well as displaying bumps on his President of the Shakespearian Club Kansas City.

,1- Strange legacy to leave to posterity ; a heavy burden to I head and a lacerated cheek and Jaw.

b place upon the shoulders of the young. All of Their Demands Many policemen resumed their posti *Y OUt booklet came to my nervous tension. The n n,;

This treacherous disease dwarfs the body and hinders I I '' today wearing bandages and plasters, home like a nussaga of health soon begin to give way or r

{r the growth and development of the faculties, Were Granted. I' but otherwise none the worse for wear. wheel I hid suffered with the strain.You: perha/,j.., ?

It' child born of blood poison, or scrofula-tainted parentage, headache backache and bear W at any unusual dista'rl:: ,
{-f is for life's duties. iaE- owa pains. I was weak, or laugh or weep hv.:;
poorly equipped I of Revolution Dead.
ALL NIGHT CONFERENCE HELD Original Daughter and hysterical and tally, stag apparent ca. .. ',
Scrofula is a disease with numerous and varied June 5.-MM. Bailey nervous
New York
I I I had not consulted any doctor, That is what Miss Far I.603K ". '
symptoms ; enlarged glands or tumors about the neck Bartlett an original daughter of the thinking it would away { North Seventh itr, ",

and armpits, catarrh of the head, weak eyes and dreadful t, Packer. Have Declared That They Will revolution is dead from pneumonia at in time, but instead pass I found Kansas City Kansaj, w II

skin eruptions upon different parts of the body show the I I I Not Discriminate Against the Union. Orange. N. J. She was 99 years oldj I I that the pains increased and coming to when! she r-* pi I
of tubercular scrofulous matter in the blood. This decided herself by takin Wins
presence or dangerousand and was the widow of Bailey Bartlett, were more frequent. I 1t 3 ? f
stealthy disease entrenches itself securely in the system and attacks Wages Raised Throughout All Classes to try Win of Cardui Mill Tay tad Cardui. The Wine mesa:
Jr., of Massachusetts! aeon of the
the bones and tissues, destroys the red corpuscles of the blood resulting in -Labor Day a Holiday and: in a short time was much her a strong.healthy! woi-vx:
Bartlett of that state who
i r white swelling pallid, waxy appearance of the skin lObS of strength anda Bailey was I improved. It seemed to act like a charm. again, as it has made a million! OG r
a member of the first continental con I the treatment and the result women strong and healthy. By in i
gradual wasting away of the body I I Chicago. June 5.-The packing teamsters' kept up 1>

ri S. S. S. combines both purifying and tonic properties and is guaran I I strike which has disturbed the gress. was most satisfactory.! Words fail to that express ing regular menstruation ti.9 en*,:)
for the suffering relieved of the
ii terrible
gratitude
my system was'
teed entirely vegetable, making it the ideal remedy in peace of the city for nearly two weeks saved I am hi fine health Tf
me.
u now drains. The ligaments which t
l' Remount Commission to Disband. id :. i
all scrofulous affections. It the deteriorated
purifies ; and which yesterday caused the most physically and mentally. I can only say womb in
place are strengthened
Kansas City June .The British JT a
blood makes it rich and and and
strong a complete I thank you' but there is much more in
serious rioting that has occurred since flow and that ;
;
remount commission that haa been healthy organ is n : ;Lei
permanent cure is soon effected. S. S. S. improves for
heart
the American Railway union strike 01 I my you. to its normal position. Ilet..
and mules for n.
the digestion and assimilation of food, restores the purchasing shipping use the
t 1S04, came to an end at 4:15: o'clock TTIEARIXG-DOWN pains are health is the result This is w-r.
lost to the blood and the circulation in the British army in South Africa :
properties quickens bringing a healthy ; II worst that women know. If
Cardui has done for
I Wine of
r color to the skin and vigor to the weak and emaciated body. I this morning, as the result of a secret and India will\ be disbanded within a U you are suffering from this trou-! tLousd.1
of the best women in America.If .
Write us about your case and our physicians cheerfully advise and I meeting between the representatives few days and most of the officers who Lie you need not be uncertain

help you in every possible way to regain your health. Book on blood and j of the packers and the teamsters at are now on duty here and at Lathrop. ,, about it. The pains in the abdomen you need advice write The LiL 1 ?'

, diseases the Grand Pacific hotel which had and back that feel 1 as if heavy weights Advisory Department, The i ,
t skin foe THE> SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, G*. Mo., will be given long leaves of ab1! fi.
been in session since 8 o'clock last sence. 1 were pulling down on the nerves of the nooga .edici Company,Charta-:: .-!_

I ,1 night. stomach are "bearing-down pains. Tenn., describing all your s.--- : ,,

"LITTLE BREECHES." I NURSERY MANNERS. The agreement reached at the con- They may not be particularly! ere atrrssent freely, and a letter of advice \ :a
For Soldiers' Home In Alabama. worse.
but they are growing '
foveae is a partial victory for the sent you. Secure: a J l,00 bolt e >",'."!
The Original of !o"'rplarlIa1 Hal- '1 Some U'njn In ttlilch Children Are I Washington.! June 5.-Rpprei nta That hea lathe which nearly drives you: : ,1..1
1 teamsters in that the have de. the terrible of Cardui from your drags i '. -:)-" -
lad MuLr llii>' Iu Io+.u. Hotberedithuut Kenaun. :[ packers live Thompson, of Alabama has introduced distracted now is caused by _

The ilrarn-itlzatiun l It y Mr. Morris of I Few mothers seem to realize what 'cleared that they will not discriminate a bill for a soldiers' home in

Fecretary of State John Hay's "Pike I they owe their children ia early life In 1 aeainst members of the union. Th Alabama for disabled! and indigent persons A million stirerir,; 11'
t : I j scale agreed upon is 2 cents lower WINE of CARDVI hafounJ rl. f I y
County l'.illali" recalls that the subject who served in the Indian or Mei-1 I
the waor them from
: :guarding; unnecessary "me of C..r : _..
t from wbidi Mr. Hay obtained one than that demanded by the men. It i iias lean wars or on cither side of the !late
;
wear and tear upon their nerves.
t ; of his jHK-tii-al offerings is now a rl'Sl- follows: civil war or in the war with :Spain.
In these dajs we think so much of sua-
Cart drivers 18 cents an hour single .
Morris hasmade
flint! of Hastlncs la.Mr. ; ------ -- --- -- --- -
H light; fresh air, food and hygienic I !
1 "JIm JIw"o" the neutral feature ; pure wagon 2u cents; twohorse.22li Frmb KTerj Hay. ]

t fif his (Irariiatization.! but has workedIn Methods generally that the least ad I IU1Ct'd cents: four-horse 272? cents; six- i Gladstone once said of himself; "My'' THE NEW GROCERY STORE.

:*T as elinractiTs two oilier lialUJs, \': of mothers must ray some heed horse, 30 ci-nt;>. The men are to ha mind is like a market gardener's handcart -
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"Ilanty Tim" awl "Little I'.reeches. tj these matters. I ]paid full time from time of leaving; full every morning of fresh fruit

"Litllc! r.riTc.os"! is r*>oiiifio,l in a This awakened modern conscience ; 1 barn until rtturn with a deduction o( i and vegetables. Those undisposed of

stalwart well to do fanner, Marcus makes it all the stranger;; to find the j 'half an hour for lunch. They will nut at night I empty out and start withI WILL MOYER

'.I Van :I'llr. The following is the story rule! of thumb and the slavery of cus- | 'be required to work on Labor day.! I a fresh stock next day." i

u hith forms the foundation of "Little Another conference will be held at' Keeps a First-Class
Complete Up-to-Date
: torn still prevailing in so many faroi- I Stockof
iSrwlic-s: : I IIlrh'UrltJ 10 o'clock this morning at which the
lies The other day the writer was
It was many j ours ago when Solomon agreement will be formally ratified. In hentbebnw-- Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No. .
to watch the toilet of thoroughly
a '
i Van Soy tool his four-year-old son | 'i eU are con-ti-
the meantime all pickets will be with OSTET1ER
Marcus wIth him in his farm : up to date baby. The nursery Rated the blood 30 W. Covernment St.
wagonfrom : j I Salisbury Block
I 'drawn and the men will return tt'l} become?Impure. ,
their country home to the quaint was a delightful, large?sunny room, i ,I CELEBRATED Tile hitters IS'
| work.
TKLKPHOVK\ 3U7
toe beit" known
) JwlgllluriuIIa= : ;;!.' of New Viiclni.i, scientincally! ventilated and warmed j 1 ,It laxative and
The document as drawn up is as fol .
!t Warren comity la. Winter bleak ,I All the appointments were of the best, I ,,;' blood purifier. '
13i [ lows
whltl'ness lay about as they reached I I and both mother and nurse were w111 j : It cures
i "At a conference held at the Grand t ICE AND WOOD.
t the town and even the cur following beneath l infol'll.ll"l.11 went well till the moI I ',4i '
1 Pacific hotel on the night of June 4.li'l'2. Sick HeacacLe
the wagon cast "skeery" glancesnlout ment came to remove the little day

as" the whirling;: clouds toM of the shirt lliis! garment was siia: tight I bt-tweu representatives of the '* Indigestion, WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH I.' BOER TRADK

approach of a heavy storm. So it was and was stripped backward over the Chicago puckers and their tackingDouse ,i ij ... 1 1 Dyspepsia,

that \Ir. Van Scoy) hastened his business baby's head, rubbing: all his tiny fea-1 j I I teamsters, held at the suggestion '" "J and THIS *MMER THAN EVEi fEFC RESEND

at the Mlfcu'e store, not oven taking ,. lures the wrong way, ruffling;; his j 1 of Carter Harrison, the mayor, MalariaFever

t time to lift: his; clnld from the waj- I (per and causing:: him! to protest trrn-I I and a hoard of arbitration it wasasjiefd. STOMACH and Ague: US YOUR ORDERS NC3JL.

III. Iut the! few minutes oorupied! by as any snisible human being: ,'I I'JlolIsly. after due deliberation, to roc a

him acre siiil'u ient arcomplish the ; Would. 'umme-nd to the two parties to the controversy 1TERAtriatwdlcon' Thompson, Olsen dtManresa C1Ja.

catastrophe wtni'h Iscurrtt. The mother and nurse smiled and i now existing fietvtetn the said

I'-irnter Van: tiny:: enurel from till slid "11,> always hates that: process." | 'teamsters and said packers. --.--- Street, Tele f hone 14,;'.

1'1',1'1' to find lilt ua.on, hordes and hlll i '1'he same thing: was repeated when the j jI That a compromise of the said df! PROFESSIONAL CARDS --, - -- -- --- -- ,- -

boy ;011(0. 'J he team had Ixvotiie fright- I nightshirt: went vu. only the laby'sh! fert-nees be effected by making the' ----- --- ESTABLISHED 1863.

enr(1 and rim away. The horse and | tarn! was rubbed! down instpjid of up. followiLg st'ggK-tions for a compromise

wsr.'oncre found in the tratherin;;: I ly this lime the thoroughly: outraged : I W. C. ROWE, M. D. -

il.irkm twii n'.iles from tW\11 all tan- child; jelled: with anger. Think of the 1. There shall: he no discrimination Office: 1'!>' S. 1'alafoi. McKENZIE OERTING & CO.

gilt in a ditch but the boy had digi I I probable wear and tear to nerves nnd i i ,against, union teamster ( .
| Hours from s to 11.1 a. m. aad I ta1 p. mandafterre'clock o ,
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Cppeared.Tonhe{ i. temper in this unneces.sary annoyance i 2. Thsca.1- ot wages for teamster 0
w-r- u',tai: a.1, and the whole repeated s,-viral times in the twenty- hall be

town teamed out in the seaich through tour hours! t i 3. No teamsters fair. shall he compelled j Pl1ono GO. Ship Chandlery and General Nard>> uarel

tUo friclitful: torn which laud come up j! Then take the matter of hair. It was i i ito
work on Labor day. J Jj
ral'iflly1111 obliterated: all traces offootsteps. a sensible father who took his: four. GUAM t\CtKSIOX: BOS AND 805 S. PALAFOX STI'.KKT.
4, Any teamster receiving than
I'armer .Jeff 'I'huwpenfind-! I year-old son and had his curls cut j I more -------.c ]':cY

!in:; the ton !u>, giving! out climbed to '. close to his head in spite of feminine ,j the sale! of wages stated shall not REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A, ROEBLI G'S SONS CO 'e
; I suffer a reduction of
the roof i if a sharp shed to tear off the protest. It is true that the little \boy ,|j wages after thigaKr..nWlf GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUriSEL A SON'S PUMP. I

,, boards for new tori-lies. An. attempt who came home was not so picturesque |' goes:; into eftVct.Apiaient .

had ben made to force the door, but j as the one who started for the barber's. !} iquoiact of the strike Cum Ccrdiji Piliii! Oils, Intisi! lestmnisst ts, Chris, ljiin, (ii'nCXJMPAS'SKS. : I

Hunt heat-} pre.Mre from the inside When the mother remonstrated the i j -.t-ttl'-ment. men .yniiiathizici. ; with th LOGS ETU

]>re\'ented. The prying loose of a hoard father said: "Yesterday Willie cried at i teamsters today drag!:wl a meat waK c McKenzie Oertin:? Collecting Agent for Bar PIlot Benevolbut A*.I)

jMTinitted :Mr, TLoiiipsoii: to look: down play because, the other children puled! i ,">n driver from his seat, beat him sevtrelv To Mobilo, Saturday night, June It, ciation.

into the shed theip to discover tUo lost 1 his hair. This morning he cried in the and thf ji demolished the wagon leat'inr the union depot at 10:30 p.

boy shrinking into the coiner and sl.irj nursery because the nurse pulled his j I The driver was Robert Allan employed I ; m. Returning, train will leave Mo1 -
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with childish terror at the hundreds:: hear lIe will need all the steadinessof by Irwin brother The strike having bile at 12 o'clock Sunday night, The Star
June 1:;. Fare for the Laundry
sheep that 'h.'lIhl'lfrihteultJ; nerve control that we can help him Ito j h. .'n practically settled and at that I 81.50; from Cantonment and round trip ,
CenturyI ,
I. d] cruwdrdu tiat the duor. to |hf' a man by and by. and it i is our i hoar awaiting only the ratification "I'I a+ Pensacola. For further iu-

.\ >leth>mstfis1 union, the firm sent I I orinition apply tot

atf'\\- Virgin! at the time I essary friction." ont the waerm: without a guard. A !i ROKT. KINU or Biggest, Busiest, Best !

moved to WarsJ111.. John Hay was These are only hints of the ways in I j State and Harrison streets a mot had PETF.RTHUAS.Excursion .

in his ii'imrepition one evening an'1 which children are bothered without j (collected apparently expecting a rl'I't'I I Managers:

beard him tell tL! :s !story and from it i reason There ought to be a more 1mI j I titior of yesterday's disorier.: Alla.nl ------. -

lie weau-d the tie! of "Little IJrrech-: nginatne insight on the part of the ; was horribly! beaten, but at the hos i '

ts.-Philadelphia! North American. I adulu.Youth's Companion. i vital it was said he probably wouMrecover. 1C.OOO fr*.- o i \lYe\ Gather Up p Thiu j !

------ I A second wagon had beesent R Awarded at Paris '
i ;ftd4'Ab' I
llnxini-s l'h"IUlrJt"h Gelling Hark; at Him. \
> out by Irwin Dros., but / From all of the ,
St. Teier-Who ? upon 1 parts < 'y
r.u!11M'ss I photnirraphy; lus become a I are you I II \ ,

branch of the art it.self. It helps) in the I New \rrival-l'm the paying teller I j ji hearing of the disaster that had hfallen a \ e1 'I ; ''j '_ Our delivery men will ca.. :u: :'-

punishment of crime. and it is used iu i "f1 j,! his predecessor the driver turn PNAIAROCHEWINE I Ia Is V i i

the business world to detect forgeries 1 St Peter-You'll have to get some-j 1 f>,I back. t where, at any time that puu- c' .,

and
  • other work; of a similar nature II j! body to identify you.-Town Tupes.i i j jI Victims of the riot were reported a : .i I, Write '
    well or telephone us and we i. r:
    being
    I One little studio! whue it i is carried toward recovery., Only ,

    on may be fhaM'.v.' but it holds many I A Literal Interpretation. fewwho were taken to hospitals remain West CORDIAL i ;, deavor to serve you better ti! :tt:, ,i. 7
    rtcommenJttions for
    cure of Poorness ,
    :
    there
    The
    Iof''I'f'I'11,1 nry freiiienty! the tell: | "Why do we <;:1."'. '(;ire us this day more seriously in-: o" Blood. Stomach troubles inJ Gcncrtl De-

    phone bell tinkles! and the secrets are our daily bread?* asked a Sunday J I Ii lured are sanguine of being out within bilirr the Increiscs the ippetite. strenfihens | other Laundry can.

    oarri'-d to court at double 'nii< ti time,, j i sclMxil teacher after the le>,son. a few days; an.! there is no likelihood nerves mil builds up the entire iytei

    for business "!:,,{,:lIt;;.. want it fresh of fatalities t-o far as known. "Z cur nrnu.t
    photography is hasty if it' we answerd ALL WORK C. 0. D.
    PARIS G cds
    CallEd for atd DfllifH ffft,
    is a n) thing. a little girl.-Little Chronicle. i, Chief of Police O'Neill le! nursing a };. Yeusrn d fe.

    In many ca".--* a letter bankbook l bruised I",S, having bee/i hit on tha Aaeot.\.., TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST-
    I 1
    A Real Friend. ,
    Mllhuatl or busii-ss:.; ledger is broughtto ; -- -

    be photographed even while the witness : -uffered from dy pepia and indigestion TEN YEARS IN BED. WALKER INGRAHAM

    is U'stitxini on the stand. The for fifteen year" *ayW.. R. A. Gray J. P., Oakville Ind., t('!: .z1 CURE YOURSELF Manager.
    T.
    Sturdpvant of ,'N.
    work accomplished back to court it I is Merry Oak C. write: "For ten years I was con- CCRCs' r..Bi4Gfnruansturslb --- -------- .--. --- !
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    "Alter I had mw'doctor..
    Imiried and the witness, if untruthful ':i tried and'medicines lined to my bed with di*ease of the 1 uidxi. V ducharg.e.in 1I101 mattuu, I
    to no avail: one rf Gu .o Is prcvetl >MI bj the photographs.' ny kidneys. It was *o severe. that I'' Bin u itneim. of raucous uicuiui ;jr 1
    ,. friend persuaded me to try Kodol. could not move part of the time I J FKTOIU Cmuooa. P.ol..fsodnutastria KIDNEY DISEASES] There will be a regular meetiM !
    troit FretI'r i < ss.ln : .iTHiEviai .
    It save immediate relief\ 'i can: eat CHEV GIL Co *ent or poiaonauj.I'
    : con-ulted\ the very bet medical the Pensacola Medical l Hocic'.v !a;
    | almost anything; I want now and cIacClatno. $ou by Drugghta, tselst.'s
    ir.y kill\ available but could th', Board "
    pet no re-1 of Health office 9t
    or lent In
    : plaa!
    < 'i Uulli slop !Souliil digestion is U.S.A. wratp.r,
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    ;good. cheerfully lief until Foley's Kidney Cure was'' fiy ,sprees, Prepaid. rye : : -
    UM o'clocllp.m.Tue3c1ayJuneI'J. )
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    Who would: haw supposed that a partition recommend 1odI)L" Don't try to l"t : e 'IA), or a buttte., $2.75, are molt fatal of dl tills' "
    : recommended me. ha been a Q' 'G1rca i Visiting physicians! cordia...
    ar sane oa resuest. are
    of sheet lead would less offeet cure stomach trouble]
    prove by dieting Godsend ..aea.FOLEY".
    BM! to me.V.. A, D'Aleni- Invited to attend.
    he in cutting off the passage of! That only further weaken the *y.I' *- bevies 121 South Palafox. I DR. E. F. KKI 1 fI
    round than a partition of glass of c ualthiekmss I tern. You need whole*oue, strengthemu --- -- NOTICE Js hereby given tbat on June S, IIDIET '
    the PE>IAIIII.ELECIRIC ? CURE It ii I prc'ideDR. --
    food. Kodol TERMISAL -
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    : enables
    .1 ? One instinctively expectsLis you to Water coolers that do not : RAILWAY COMPAXV: will amply to W. C. DEWBEP.Y,
    [ aimilate! what you eat by dices- the Governor of IlirutlN
    the"tate ot Florida BIU4J
    for letters nZSttf
    u>Ue to be carried through a sheet waste I Secretary.
    ice at the
    tug it without the stomach' aId 1I elfinhardware patent amandin? its; charter so tba
    of glass to the ears of a person seen 1 Hargi Pbarmacv. John the second artlcli thereof shall frail a-t tol-

    sitting on the other side, while lead'Sidney Kahn.Foiey's Sheppard: Co.'s.Everybody low":!,. ;fbe general nature of the busin"es to be 0? montf refunded. Conttiniremedie Marston $ Quina carry

    might well be thought to exercise dl i I has a ngbt to a little "transacted shall be theaequlsttonowner. reco oiztd bv mi- the largest line of matting,
    deadening! effect on sound. Yet experiments piece of this earth. But ."fcbip and operation of a bystt-ni of strent-
    Kidney Cure they must I car lines in tbe City of Pensacoln and vl- cent physicians u the bat foe rugs, window shades ef,:.,
    reported at a recent meeting of fight for It, They must watch their "clnity and of a line of railroad from a point ,
    nukes
    the American! 1'hysical society show; kidneys- and bUddcfi --- right chance to get it, and get it. ;, "in"Navy the Yard.City of to hentacola Barranca to and tbe to a I'm-tacola point or Kidney and Bia&tf troublu in the city. We lay our

    that a wall of lead transmits sound i t7AaTORIA. Thos. C. Watson & Co. "points on tbe bait of Mexico all In tbe PIUCI eM u/ ..... matting free.
    letter than a wall of gla"s. The conclusion l i"1 Kind have "County of Escambia, Honda and tbe ac-
    Bens
    the : I some particularly fine bargains
    II F "quUltion, ownership and operation of inch W. A, D'ALEMBERTE. I
    drawn from the eiciwrlmeuta ,I Bsatate Z'B to offer just now, and they invite -tract of lands building and other prop- ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE..

    was that, other things being equal, the : you to come and investigate same. :' ""erty at may be, in tbe opinion of the direc- Estate of L. M. Kimberly,decease.
    I beneficial to tbe said railroad
    medium which yields most to steady, {I You will never regret having done for Its operation or for tbe making property of- Notice Ii hereby given tbat on tb* -" .
    ,t ]>rts:ure best transmits sound. Paints, oils, glass and ao. "pro&ts tberef rom:and the production, du- 1 day Honorable of July, Probate A. 1 UB. I will apply :..
    Judge of Ksra'
    trlbution and sale of electric light and 'I Lat isI.W.HARPER
    I builders' hardware at the "power in Escambia County. Florida and | county administration, HorldaJo- a discharge trout
    of aid
    WARNING. CHICHUTER'S INGLIS" I "the acquisition.ownership and use of all Again J i i I estate
    If have kidney or bladder., Willis Hardware Co.'s. II I I I "properlY. real and personal, which may he I WILLIAM H"-H>Vjaroanvlm
    ENNYRQIAL Admlnutrat >
    you
    I PILLS
    necessary expedient tberefor, and the '
    t I
    trouble and do not use Fol y's Kidney Do you want a magnificent watch UA.La ..d U.a r ac he "doing of all lawful acts requisite for tf- .JL' tne
    will have 1 fecting tbe atore.ald j :
    Cure you only your- for little 'if purposes.
    money so, call: on s, emcHl:>TEK> ENGLISH i W. U.
    Pelf\ to blame: for results as it positively i. Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate in. IUD.: eel L.I5 .....,11. ...... _of "I Kimoawiw NuRTHCP.fresi'leot. LODGE DIRECTORY
    of and "b'we5.e., .. .
    T
    cures all form kidney .k. .Iater Lf. .
    you.MIDWIFEltT.. *'- D......... Ii.b.tlt.0a. .
    bladder diseases.V.. A. D'Alem- I 10... By o' ,..,nru.a .and.....1'e.Latia.Ie -I
    be rte, 121 S. Falatoa.__ __ It1ap1..1..R.llrfr.I'" P..t._.-H.f.1&\a I[ NOTICE FOR BIDS. -
    t m Mir 6; r* KENTUCKYWHISKEY KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
    / .n ".II.Orsi I A,"""Tnn...u.a s..H, Rids for building a bridge aero Pine |
    The nesUine of umbrellas in the undersigned takes this method ........ .........r *' 'v.Al."" .(.bl..,._......(" ..I... ('... I Barren Creek near Wards mill will be received -
    city is: at J. I. Stephen. Go lookat 3f oflerinz her services as a PNu La.Yd by tbe Board of County Commissioners Penn&coU Lodge, No. 3, K, of r
    I flrt-clas3 licensed -- -- of Escambia county Ha. Hpectflcatlooi -
    them. midwife hat i :
    can be had by applyIng to tbe clerkof meets every Monday eY.i'
    : tug; had 35 years experience PARKER'S circuit court. All bids to be filed with :;r- lag at4;110) at Castle fc'":
    Seasonable household Can give bet of references from HAIR BALSAM the clerk Board of County Commissioner* \ In the Bioani- uo
    ; leading physicians of this ClS,. sod boaatlf. u.. lulL not later than 12 m.of June tJ.l> .'. I I ti Building tblrd floor, "
    I city P"a Innr.aUI rnnr-L, tr Visiting brethren oori:: .-'
    order Board of .
    and kitchen utensils at the By County Commissioners.A. .
    liner 1',11
    MRS. M. OiDDEJfs, H&a' to to aHtore: Gray M.McMlLLAS.Clerk I I- welcomed.
    Itl Youthful .
    Willis Hardware Co.'s. Jltf 111 South DeVilliers: 1 _tins ,n.p d.r.t. a b..r Color.t.aag; Circuit Court II M, CAJf PBlLL.c .
    f ik.odrlne t e 1a I mljoawiw By ft. 1:. Barton. D, C, I I OI1lflannnewer) l tiros I w H. EOBRZ.ZB K.R. 4 e. C. C.

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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 18O2. 1 j i

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    Advice to the Aged. CHOICE MISCELLANYCanned PAID. FOR DOING NOTHING.Queer ,

    j.e brings infirmities, end slug
    b bo"cis. wcd; kidneys bidf Good In the SOulh"" .... Slnecnrn That Vetted Right i

    J The pouthwesterncr gets his living : i Create In England. f -

    from tin can!*". There surely never was i I r There are times when even a government >

    such a region for canned vegetables, i department forgets all about red J

    f ti'Os'Pilisbae canned meat canned fruit, canned I! e e+ p tape and becomes a mere human thing I'I

    soup, canned milk, canned cheese. and when even the treasury flings r

    Empty tin cans form a cLarmed circle 1 I economy to the winds and becomes the I

    about every southwestern town and toil of
    a specific( effect on these organs, generosity. When in the recon-
    rtimulatini: tbe causing them cami i\-t-n where lie can profitably l struction of departments somebody
    natural
    |iu perform their functions asa and easily produce his own food thefcvuthwesteriitr -. must go, the man to go, though he loses for Infants and Children.

    i youth and seems to prefer to raise j his work, never loses his salary. Thousands -
    C-WorSa is a harmless substitute for Cator Oil, Pare- ;
    IMP4RTING' VIGOR= some exclusive crop, bell his product t m i of people are Idle today through gone, Drops ami Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It 'j i

    to the Udne>s. bladder and LIVER. and buy canned goods. It Is amusing j jeitouzh STORK the operation of new laws or through contains neither Opium Jlorphine nor other Narcoticsubstance.

    ;bc> ere adapted to old and joung.honchial to discover that the cattle I administrative changes-out of work it It destroysVornis and allays 'cn'rbhue

    rancher, though a thousand cows come TIMEto may almost be said by act of parliament It cures Diarrlui'ti aid "Wind Colic. It relievos: Teething

    up to water at his tanks every day or \ but the government's out of Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates tho
    troubles and two will yet serve condensed milk most women is a term of 1 works for Stomach and liovrels giving healthy and natural sleep.
    are paid doing nothing.
    ii'ia can be quickly { from anxiety, serious thought | I The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
    cans that from New
    came Jersey 1 It is
    since the
    re-I ; over a generation rE'gfstrar -
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    ": :>. ., ;\V., trod A. bv D'Alemberte Foley' 121 that his beef bears the mark of Kansas 'j jCity and With sweet the anticipation.cessation of pain general decided to do without anindexer The Kind You Have Always Bough*

    i r. .' ; that t-ven his poultry and c-pgs necessary to childbirth, !| but the man who lost the indexing

    are Imported at enormous prices from ] there comes calm nerves, !I work is still drawing nearly Bears the Signature of

    KanNis. His butter also comes canned. | sleep and recuperation. 100 a year. In 1SSO the home office

    rJUTlrALA/ If it were not fur the patient Chinese j found that it could dispense with the

    gardener; even the best irrigated valleys I MOTHER'S schoolmaster at Wormwood Scrubbs,

    would be without fresh vejretablcs. | and the gentleman! who bad held the

    OUNCEME tiTS Hut If the southwesterner fails In FRIENDdoes I office up to that time has received f 124!

    I I garden making lie does delight in flow diminish the pain accompanyingmaternity. a year since. And when the foreign office I ,

    frs Tines and shade trees. They reliee : I found In ISSt that It could dispensewith
    I With its aid mothers can and I In Use For Over 30 Years. I
    the monotony of the gray desert do bring health, sweet dispositionedand a translator It gave its translator
    For State Senator. rr er. .ua von.er. n wu..e earn .rwv a em 1
    ': ,.t-'If Hon. W. A. Hlouut and link him! with Lis old preen home I ideal babies into the world. i BiG a year not to translate. There is i 1

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    I,. .;:0 ::0:, :..1t/):' from this, the tiecr thirsty! in time of drought before he i I pains caused by the gradually i of the government Hundreds of thousands PENSACOLAE. REMOVAL NOTICE. i I i

    r "Jll1istrict. and respect-: will! alow! the rosebushes and the pep- : expanding organs, are relieved by this I of pounds are paid away c\try

    :. .' : -apport of all Demo Ir trees in his front yard to suffer.lnde i penetrating and relaxing liniment. year to people who do not lift a fingerto I II I'
    Among the manifold aids to childbirth I G CONSERYATORY f ijf MUSIC
    : at the coming primary. < d so Industrious has he been in 'j Mother' Friend has grown in popularityand I earn it. They may have tat on goI \'- Dr. G. H. Tuttle, I-I

    eurruundm himself with shade and gained a prestige among rich womenas I eminent stools years and years ago. I

    For Representative. verdure that he Is open to criticism for well as poor; it is found and welcomed I They may have cooked prison food at E. O'L CHAFFERS Dincler. Dr. J. G. Heard, i f j

    i- ot .Scott; 1. Loftin take I o\erduinjr the matter overcrowding his in the mansion as well as in the cabin. 1 tart moor. They may have been judgesin I ,

    .:i announcing him as a small ground An 1 rriatl'II'allC'y By les'-cnSaj the mother's agony of mind Mime little corner of the empire! DENTISTS.

    : r ll-presentative in the town in blossom i;; a marvel long to lie and dimini-hirg pain a 1eautiftl1nflueucE which no longer) wants them. They Piano Voice Culture, Violin, Pipt t
    :r tin E-cambia county i i" wrought the child, and instead ol Cornet Mandolin Guitar P.oom8 7 and U, .Masonic Temple.All
    .. rl'nu'nlbcrt-d.-Uay StamvarJ P.aker inMay iijxiii may have been housekeepers, laundresses Or;iii. ,
    -ire the support of all peevish, ill-tempered and sickly forms yocI I Cello, etc. branches of :-url 'i nie coming; primary. Century. hae he..lth\ lar-ihing humanilr.reUlain' !' jailers, laborers chaplains, 1..rbanllalll..ntl try performed with technical -
    I 1 governors:>, (consuls embassadors. It Also Director Penacola Concert i tklll.
    ing a blessing<=\'>-r to von and its cotmtr-.
    Paint nnd Soap 'IInt'.. All bruit >. :MI,t!',r'- Friend };.{XI. ; makes no difference. A generous government Band and Elite Orchestra. Special attention given to Children's
    t tor Reoresentative. I A ntturalOll' mine and a paint mine \\'riv for our free B. .,L "MotHerhood" : compensates them all. Teeth,c.olll 81101 I'orcrluin Filling Crow

    ..dof Henry: C. Clopton are tuo of the latest mineral discoveries tHE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. Ga There is an old man somewhere who Brass and String Music Furnished and Knilge Work.
    itu as a candidate for in iiotthwest Canada. Several i I I I'.vtl Material; Compttent Equipment
    ,- .vin the LHLMlaturej I I __ I years ago collected toll on Chelsea; !, ill Occasions.
    sola Likes hale In'en found in the font lRall."t Microbe nt.cotrrrd. and who because there Telephone \". < TS.
    > and bridge are nolonger
    :.. i county request :
    ; Address Ecambia Hotel.
    .(full democrats in the hills near Ashcrofr, 15. C. Their In.t- The smallest microbe yet known is I tolls to collect receives a check'for i iI : -

    .' .'ratic [lrnnar:.. I tums and shores are incrusted with a said to have been discovered i by Mr.I O. I, Hi a year from the kind hearted i' Studio: Parlors of Fi- Baptist

    natural wasllill eoiniujund oo'Uaininj! rages of Buenos Ayres. It is much le+. I treasury, which could not tend him | hurch. -t1 j jANTALrMI

    borax and su.l:1.0: two analyses a rt'( than the: influenza and
    bacillus
    For Representative. : only empty away lie has a friend In the Wl 60.
    i I- .if Cli.iM. Co..tou ana j exactly. as to the compo.-Ition of the lust discernible when magnified about : till! laborer who has received 121-. ijr .1

    '. <- candidate: for '"p-i, matt rial. A :New York analysis givesJtJ i, l.r iii times. The work of the suutllestbacterium guineas a year for a quarUr of :a con-I I :s

    .. 'i tile le i-lature I per' cent borax while a Montreal in this troubled world is to I tury because the official surveyors of These : : '
    Capsules Sllpcriorto
    '. llll.\ and they a-k the i chc'iuis-t from the same sample! gives produce deadly abscesses known III the United Kingdom tune nothing more tiny are ; Importers and beaters In-
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    Balsam of
    f..i iHimcrats hi the COIn- 1'1! per cent boras. Tests prove the South America! in cattle j t Copaiba,
    as lIIallg-t1l'a. for him to do and the ex-servants ftie
    [ Cvbebs and Injections.! P JDY Chinese and Japanese I i
    .. : frult-unce to be the I
    : j r: i equal to vva liingpowders with this special characteristic, thehotter
    I crown Include a cook at )I.roadmoor I TVy cure in 48 hours the
    in common use. Trials by the climate the more fatal the j Goods I !
    who costs the taxpayers (19 a .uar Mine dm<.ea.*r-e itliiiut tnyiccon-, Fancy ,
    For County Treasurer. bhat'ksuiiths and farm workmen show : inft'ctvu.! A further peculiarity! is that "<
    The board of works gives KJ a year
    ,'.'.. .:. '' ;..v-. ..lf i candidate for that it will rt mote grease and dirt better if the abscess is opened in its early to an out of work clerk in the stationery 1 'm.."!:(: .tnio RY (iinHUGGiSTS FINE CHINA TEAS, I

    -. ':.U..IM..: '.T the ;>o-ition oft than A of I'.ritish I
    snap. syndicate stages the disease is arrested and the ottire. the colonial othcv has been 31 South Palafox St. I !

    -, ,r itj.i 'if! i-urt-r.. 'if Kseatnbia of the demo'r' couu-- Columbia! Uien has Urn formed to put animal I is saved. Minuteness of the paying an ex-storekeeper at St. Helena ; Every Woman Laundry Office. Pensacola, Fla.NOTICK. .
    : > -i : r.: ic'imi I I :
    the product on the marb.et.llOut L'To germs of disease is no particular advantage H3 IIC'ar since IVd. and the foreign V: \
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    c i. :" is mterratra.nt.nuldknnw -- I
    JV.. FUATEIJ.Fnr tultof the compound have been cut to the victims. The influenza office has on its list an out of workjailer .Mut tt.ewuudrrfult' i I II
    and taken out of the lake. It is handled I microbe makes for its diminutiveness 1 I eqi: hlRIEL whirling Spray
    -- up at Yokohama and an out of work have been authorized to take J
    precisely as ice is handled. The I 1t :: .i7hrtww la.lYlerd r 141.fi
    Taxi Aue ,or.i ; by overwheingine11umbers-Clete- consul!; at St. Petersburg who betueen hoe and Narhnn. Iteeloafsemitton subscriptions for Wm. Jennings I IBryau'iJ
    Mucks than nine inches in Conrrmenl,
    i 1 :.-r-'i/; U.'llC4 !I\f! a* a are more :. land I'laiu Dealer.Railroadd I them draw 1,074 a 'l'ar.-St. James II tkYta.t.NYII,. paper, "The Commoner.:
    tl.io'kllflrl' sawed into pieces of fifties ,
    t.ir.tlidtt'.rr..i'-('tIul!, ,- .lxs- i Gazette. ,., ,.ar 4"1"01" r.r h, '' The price is $1.00 per year in ad J ,
    .-..or fur K-c.in.bu countv.ubinct I: and eighteen: inches and weigh fifty of the Future. I It t..'annntenpplpue 'I' w,'tIII.I' vance. Those desiring the paper I

    .'jlj action nf ti.e demoeritlepriy pounds' each.How ; A retired maker of railway rails told Leads Them All. I MSatE.L.ac.luta'd tamp pt nootl.r6 for n- .'.1iS can have it sent to them by seeding .
    \ luftralr.1 btK'k**.i4.IICIT' \t. yr;yI f 1.00 to the undersigned.H.M.. .
    r July 1.:; 1
    : a e company of locomotive engineers the "One Minute Cough Cure beats all full lutrtirulart r>tirr'' ,,.,,.In.
    \v. VV. JiK-IIAKliS. She stop a Car. other day that their sons would be running tanableleIadwe. MKea4n., ...."" 1 ROCHE,
    I other medicines I ever tried for Care Daily News I i
    "l>id notice. said the man I
    jon ever trains at the rate of a hundred Booma'c7imes: Bide. ew York.
    For. Tax Collector. who had tibs.TViil things in general miles an hour and that before IVCiO coughs, colds, croup and thfoat and

    '. :iiiuoiiucf iny"Hlf as a until it had become chronic, "how the trucks would be laid in a straight line. i lung troubles" says D. Scott Currinof I.
    f'.r re-election as Tax ColE different i-la" The elimination of curses is going on
    +cambta I Cure i is the only absolutely safe a
    county subject attention '>( street car conductors \\ hen i
    for it has been I IpenSaC
    at an accelerating rate, which
    .1u of the democratic pri13. cough remedy acts immedi
    they vvMi tn get nit the car and the I
    ; ascertained that the cost of making the Mothers everywhere
    testifyto
    conductor has his back turned' ately.
    A. H. D'Al.KMI'.KKTE. I change is more than made good by the the good it has done their little -Florida. I
    ,1 who has not been
    puling; woman: i I greater speed of trains and by the decreased I ones. Croup i is so sudden in its attacks : '

    For Tax Collector. city lured and who I is tiring in disposition distance. It seems to have taken that the doctor often arrives -- .

    i- lit Henry Kfllingerant will ride two Mocks! out of her the practical railway builders a longtime I too late. It yields at once to One Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
    candidate for Tax way before she will consent to attract Minute Couch Cure. Pleasant
    i to appreciate the fact that the i j
    K-cambi.i county, sub- attention to herself by cifating:: a dl;<- I take. Children like: it. Sure cur
    czar stumbled a great principle
    upon
    i 1. i.Hieratic. primary to be inrbanct'. S'.ie will simpy! wait: until when he used a ruler to mark the for grip, bronchitis, cou-h... Harris' Beautiful Lots for Sale. :

    ,c. and request the the conductor looks! :II'OUIHl.nlltJ1t'r I' Pharmacy, John cheppard, SidneyKahn. .
    route for the railway between Moscow
    l>.-niocriits.K woman more self reliant would calmly :
    and St. Petersburg.; 40x137% feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord ,
    riii,::: the bell and step {,IT. I
    r Member School Board. "Then there is the clinging; vine typeof i iI I II I The ll.e.lirnt ( hltd.I ing to location and surroundings.
    i There I Is more catarrh in this section i I
    : \\ M.\gertonhere- woman who always appeals to the There was once a little girl wLo I
    of the than all others !I Exceptionally Good Neighborhood View
    Beautiful
    i- candidacy the man sitting nearest her. The matron country found it very bard to wash: her bands .

    .1 member lit the who bus self [Ki"M?-..ion will invariably! di-ea-es put together, and until the I I just before dinner. She meant to beeleu High, Dry Fertile Lands. 1
    1 mi dj.trict11.. 3, last few years was supposed to be incurable I 1
    speak loud enough: for the conductor to / i I ( for the table! but there was so
    Fur a
    I i- niocratic primary great many weir
    hear and jet retain her dignity.! The doctors pronounced! it a loa1': dN- many things to think of that it was The grandest opportunity for investment ever I

    masculine woman will whistle.New ease and I'rl''rihf local remedies, Impo- ihl? to remember. Her mother I
    offered in Pensacola. ,
    .t'. ', Commissioner. York! Herald. and by constantly failing to cure by. leproved her very severely one day, I
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    local trl'atI11Pllt. pronounced it incurable. I and she promised to do U-tter. That '
    W. Url'\\ toll IIf Borne Seekers Should See These Lots.
    him \n Ii-l'b I Rt'.p ('R lIada. Science has proven catarrh I day at dinner her mother asked the
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    mice us a
    two from said I The latest Canadian order in councilis to be a constitutional di..eu..e.1aUlI usual I cltll''ti"n "Have you washedyour

    action of the in forbid Japanese and Chinese; cut, therefore requires constitutional i I I hands! dear?" A. V"Clubbsi
    ,j. i i bolts from the treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, i "
    ting: shingle: or logs 1'l's came the satisfied reply. ;
    1 manufactured: by F.J.ChemieytlCo.,
    : lands. This that bundntls Hr mother looked down at
    crown means ,j smilingly '
    for County Commissioner. will be dm into Toledo, Ohio, i ithe only con-titii- hands and she Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
    I' of Japanese en 'tional I cure on the market. It i* the little one's then uttered -

    : : -1"' > "ii I'. "lI.." m-elf as a the 1 nited States, as they were almostexdushcly taken internally do-es from 10 : an exclamation for there was!' -
    .111. :tL. 'd.'I u->luimi..iIlIH.r I! The laws ; It directly si-'n! that water had been t tI"C.ERE
    are .
    act- ; or '
    : employed. droptuateapuumiful. no I soap
    ; i \T. W.M. H KNOWLEH, W. K. HYfRJR., J, M, KKE8JE.Ire6id 1
    1." i -l .-i-t to the actioniiiiing i also l.eing:; parsed again:; Chinese; and on the b'ood and mucousur used on tht'lII.11\. jour hands are 'ct. Vice-President. C. btsr. An't C.thl r. '

    .., .'. .' ..' : ."- demo- although they are arriving:; by hundredson faced IIf the ,.""tem. Tht'olf'r one i black. she Fiid. "Didn't jou bay you t
    I' ''' J .IV I.). 1 ship' and the Canadian! guyerutaent hundred dollarfor any "a-e it fails j washed themV"
    very
    I \1 l'. YAKKKoriiK.fo ', circulars, and
    Send for tetimoniaN.
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    gets $1t"' a head the China to cure. I "Well. I just did. mamma lilt I was
    AddressF. First National Bank )
    :r men find that JH'arh.111 avenues are frail I'd forget. so I washed! them
    County Commissioner. J. CM EX: .:y tCTuledo ('n..
    \' 1 > J"'iiii-im' hereby: ant II bliK-kiil in the war of making a living Ohio. 1 riht: after Itl'l'akfast.-\cw: York .

    -. :'t t i- .1 candidate for I in Canada so they walk into the Unit Sold by druggi-ts 75c. I I Press. .

    '- "llit'oll1l11i.iollt'r 'I t'.1tlt.. Canada getting the tax and OF PENSACOLA. FLA.DZRHcTORO. [
    E''I'.ulIbb The UlniuoiiU. I The FIIt. of .I.tpiin.
    i1. county, I Washington state getting; the Cliiiiamen. -
    tie 1.1 i "f the democraticuiiig ;t The inadequate United Statesiuiiuii'ratiou Professor won Schroen of the university I The i'lands of Japan are remarkable : : f

    primaries. Her the at :Naples states that he has photographs for their richness i'f animal life. The
    staff cannot
    prevent WM. H. KNOWLES, W A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENI N. K. HYEB. JR
    conditions :
    : : that he lifa I climatic and other
    rl't"OIl: 'i Chinamen from crossing: the line while of the chief eviuts in the \arldin

    .. stud think he can white men who smuggle them over are1t'4) of a diamond. In his own words: : I the nearness to the great conti. D. G. BRENT, \,:
    '
    'j- be-t Illtere-ts ot from j Asia! and the "The meets another one neat of to
    crystal

    I. I M'-re-teil:,'v. If !his agree friend with'i'l'rtl'l.Itt' i getting rich at $ a head. a different mother. The two strike! at 1 marine life; the Cast Indian: islands. ; i iFriin r ad mnU EZ AU B t\ ad I n

    ; their sup I: Tall Togrthrr each other. They fight. strive and j j its relation to the warm black cnrr. :!.t : I : I

    England alone hay t .\'j.f' as many clasp; with each other. It is war to the of 1'lIrohro: (the gulf stream of th

    : cotton spinJlos! as th'l'Irl' in this death. It is a case: of the survival of I orient and to the cold current from I

    I t o nty Commissioner. i country but Ibis will assuredly be the fittest One must die !but no two t ljerir.3; : !sea' all tend to give i variety tc ,.'We draw oar own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, Ireland t

    !- "I J. 11. U,>l>erts an- changed:; ti.e Ini-g run. ::!hl l the spinning crystals from the same mother ever the fauna of. Its seas. K-pecially nu ,I Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Hpaln, Belglam, Russia, NCI

    i- u candulate for re- :; of IheII11'rI11I'I'U1 i ; will be done fight; no matter when they meet" i morons :I III varied are the fishes of way, Sweden: Denmark and other Enropean countries I
    ,'OUllt.tnllu..illIf'r. Japan. It has been noted that the fish I t .
    at home The however, increases
    crop
    !1. -subject to the action faster than the home spindles, and it During the summer kidney irregularities fauna of ,Jal'alII'ars a striking n'setn- : &r Vessels Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Terms and tbeli'Cbligatlons .;

    ''cratic primarieJuly are often caused by xce- blanco to that of the Mediterranean. Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen Dayi ai
    'n ve that: the nuitmal will he years before we can drive out ive drinkinzor being overn Mted. I and I>r. Cumber has suggested that i tfter Vessel Arrives there. Ii1 l li
    : tin- county demand his hI! this or that market the goods of for- Attend to the kidneys at once by I

    uid, I they ask the support .?"!! spinners. The tak calls for the inins Fo'ev's Kidney Cure W. A. this can he accounted fur l by supposing i Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection ; !
    contlmu-us
    in recent times a
    that
    i. Brat in securing it. !Ii -t ert'ons of New England as well I'Alentberte,121 outb Palafox. extendedfn with which we hare a Priva nartxnent for the Ui. : t
    lino and sea :;
    f :-st! passage '
    f i.'ounty Commissioner. 'i .f southern m:1IUfacturl'rsUJt'ri.- CILSTOTtIA: : :.i II!" region to the other! th,. is'n of Renters. I!
    ..ii nulls!! should pull together. The
    ire K.nd la Halt 1Aafs, fr.tgw
    '. mysrlf a candidate: for"inly 3.an the arms ..f :Suez not existing.-Popular S.1we
    ""-alit: i* > couimi-siiiuer for S14h'. t

    .i at a-k unary for the to support be held of I i I tl'has" t-onrsiT a wide Hold coods; in, and the making New England of the Monthly. WE WILL FURNISH. YOUR HOME FREE i

    liner forms into which cotton is put AWAY. .
    I Know On fare ICriuetlyfcranobttiuatecolJ. WAS WASTING .
    Wr.wtow Indaytar 011" haM ;
    LEK DAMEI.L. i IIl1w:111JJs.BrUJinhawgelleraltl.: ; Iii name u P nyMarston -Bah arA The following letter from Robert dui. I..UMral..l. <.aAukrir'. HEAD HIE LETTIRSI
    1'II..u. r rrnnunn f
    Commissioner. I V Remarkable Cane, R. Watt? of S ilein Mo., instruc-- I 1 I we irte f."r H>:,1'j"if ',.' ,ir....parry.: tk&t jo led.
    County i Juina are sole tive: "I have been troubled with I our-rood. W 'el.'t: .tloc- f
    A remarkable instance: of the loss and purlis of a hn'r.'ap! ... j
    1 1BKITOU
    a bouic. :
    tiinouucu myself a? j : ?? ; ;
    the celebrated i kidney disease for the last five v I I or brae A rwnti tlw.' i ia
    >! reelection! as county t recovery of speech is recorded in Glasgow I agents for rh<>i..t1f Mme' l' >h. : .I
    I lost flesh and felt
    never
    .
    years. amid rrrr' in' -I..rk.t. .a' ">1. BrartWi. |
    : from di-trict 2 of Ear I says a London paper. A policeconstable Odorless refrigerators, well and doctored with leading physicians S il.aavan.'Wwarr, :., K. TM, I ut. K 1'4:18.aLe ": ,
    .Itty.nblect: to the action was arrested on a series of 1'1a1..a.I"n.: "I;: r-' '" To Z.
    absolutely guaranteed or and tried all remedies suggested ; 5m G i1 th eaa-tawboarh.ouyeba.eot5, :111(' primaries July 13; charges:; of theft from warehouses, and, without relief Finally I ( 6y ".ve. a tOIMrwUliMr..stI -, 'a ,
    .
    I n -tint a lnnnhi toy ir"
    -i.pport '\f the voter. as a result of the sLock caused by his money refunded.There's 1 tried Foley's Kidney Cure and le.= >.>!UPN
    JOII\ c. \\1-:1.:1: apprehension, he lost his power of than two bottle completely curedme I am Tfnrnmrh ,iaedwit:4. :-j 011..t..L.>n1 rrrl Inning+t. Kn Wrale It.'a)It d'I. i ..',+It'a, ill!. .,". ,. .,
    lots of to be madein and I am now sound and well.! .::.jrt up a6.Lerrner n-. 1.aN' ('U.Ulnt. '1.1! -*. K.T.aid I
    County Commissioner. speech. lie was found net guilty of the money M.n LILt BC.StW eon..ran-u.nr. -. .......
    ,1-nt \\' A. :Oht'llJhere- I charge laid against him but being real estate-lots of it. A real estate 1 W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 C*. Palafox. \otU-1I.U. fat? '!lwrallh.'trum@,... ". ,',,. If? aGoode .I'I'1-
    n.red: tnhy, mil L: ftrwl we : a T> ,
    flneer-board to Mr cu tuir-i are rn iv I II
    .> his candidacy for rt'I' dumb was unable to resume his duties sign is usually a I ..:1 pY.ri: "It, their lamr Rr Mee n,t.ra .'..... ttr1JC ...I -: r, '"L
    'unnclIll1U1i..ionfr wealth. Thos. C. Watson & nuiicA.iir.ptarrabvfun! : w ': iewiari.t .., "e al': ,w '',1In days i.., awl h lj|
    ('' 1 as a policeman, and a gratuity of (J3 Rpal Estate firm Pocket cutlery and scis' lo a frw 11&1'1 am mjre th.c plraw: .ii;. tKt to.irtr K* rote and 0 : N". 3 of E-cambia Co the leading i icandulin. Mr.. Arabs lUTCUlSGs.* money tcfor paying u. U..', 4rl_r.
    him. After the lapse;: of sev
    was given offers which it would the nest to the
    have' sors from '
    some i
    "U1Ir1f: 't.'ie"> action July 15 of, and the ('ralH'ks his power of speech has returned be worth your while to consider. Go cheapest at the n,4ilUs SALVONA SOAP CO., Cor. 12th d PinE Sts. ST. LOUIS, MO.

    :'earty -upportof all 1, to-him. :and see them today, and don't waiti i
    Hardware Co.
    I Try THE NEWS Want Column. i till to-morrow. (


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    1 : THE DAILY NEWS. : PEN8ACOLA.. FLORIDA FRIDAY. JUNE 8, 1902e --


    -' defied any one to show where lr.1 I I I I H FEET FURNISHERS FOR_CASH ONLY.55c .

    DEMOCRATIC LEAGUE Myers bad ever voted in favor of SKIN -

    any measure in the interest of the j

    great mass of the people. j

    In response to calls H. C Clopton
    HELD ENTHUSIASTIC j TORTURES
    made a brief talk, thanking the (

    league for the endorsement of his ;] ..

    tt candidacy for the legislature.: The
    WHAT YOU MAKE ON EVERY PAIR
    F MEETING LAST NIGHT people might trust and depend upon : J IS OF

    him to do what was:: right if they
    .t I
    sent him to the legislature, for be

    was a laboring man himself and I Men's

    f Executive Committee of One Hun= naturally his sympathies were with I I :

    the laboring men. t

    ; dred Members Announced and Henry Bellinger was called, but)

    said he was too tired to talk. He $2.50
    ..aI
    Warm Speeches Made. was just back from two days spentin

    the country and everything look- ;

    ed bright for the league candidates. !j .OXFORDS AND SHOES.
    a I .. ...
    i He was a candidate for tax collector J
    'cfo..1 lent T. F.. Welles presidedover Precinct 13.-Thos. Kent, Arthur
    I Johnson, Chas. LeBaron, Carrol and he wanted the people to vote for

    an tonthu- :l-tic and largely at- George, T. J. McSween. him. At some liter meetinghe t 71 THAT YOU BUY NOW. WE ARE SELLING THEM AT
    : tenlKl meeting of the Democratic precinct 14.-Ben D. Beers Albert
    Riera, Alex Zelius, Jas. O'BrienIn., ,,: hoped to address, them. j And every Distressing Irritationof
    League: at Clutter's hall last night
    cent Maroney. In response to repeated calls Geo.
    and Secretary Thomas Johnson and Precinct lo.-John B. Jones W. AShackltford the Skin and Scalp Instantly
    Wm. M. Johnson Gus T. Morgan: made a rousing talk. ) $1.95
    ,
    ; Relieved Baths withutlGUr
    Treasurer J. M. uldon were at their by
    Lanier J. E. Williams. General W. B. Lamar: was the right :
    E de"ks. It was a great meeting-capital : Precinct 16.-W. B. Huhbard, B. D.
    the district in con- .
    and labor in hearty accord and \Vililams. Joe Hubbard, T. M. Coleman, man to represent TAIK.
    t II. S. Gibson. gre?*. Mr. Myers had had many
    all earnestly interested in the success Precinct .-J. I.. Hoyt. W. H. Kil- t tuf t
    to help the laboring
    # of the ticket endorsed by the bee A. C. Berry, Dave Johnson, J. E. opportunities:: i
    Spoon. men but had never in all his legMa- .< .< .'" CATCH ON ? *{ .'" .*
    league andn the battle: fur the Precinct IS.-\V. P. Bowman C. II. .a.
    tive career voted in the interest of
    i SOAP
    maintenance of good government.After Johnson. J. A. Williams John Gibson, age
    ------- -- - --
    J. N' Jiles.Precinct. the ;great; : mass of the people. When.I
    the reading and approval of I 19.-J. B. Cooper W. A.
    ever the opportunity was presented j
    e the minutes of the lust meeting, Hec- Miller, Frank E. Mariner Chas. Williams anointings with CUTU MEYER SHOE CO.
    And gentle
    J. H. Grimlar. he had either! voted nay or dodgedthe
    that the I OINTMENT the great skin ,
    4 retary Johnson announced Precinct 2').-Mark Mayo B. C. Jer- CURA ,
    issue.J. to be
    of
    chair hid appointed the following mean, G. W. "McCurdy: A. M. More- cure and purest emollients
    land. T. Ward of Pine Barren: was followed, in severe cases, by me Feet FurnMiei> for Call Only.

    committee: Concerning; the matter of further endorsement ., called. He was heartily in favor of dium doses of CUTICURA RESOL-
    }Finance l'ommittoeJas.lcHugl! of candidates your committee VENT PILLS, to cool and cleanse 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
    j Frank Reilly Thos. Pebley, Chas I ask for further time. the election of the candidates en- the blood. This is the most speedy,

    Johnson and Ben Beers. I Respectfully submitted dorsed by the League. At the last permanent, and economical cure
    CoiMnittep of Seven-T. II. Fleetwood : T. II. FLEETWOOD. itching,
    I for torturing, disfiguring
    i Dr. W. 1-;. Anderson. F. E. Braw. J. EMMET WOLFE Chairman. election Knightsof Labor Assembly
    bleeding scaly, crusted LAW DEPARTMENTOF
    Tier, Frank I.. Mayes, J. C. Van Pelt, Secretary. i No. 222* of Pine Barren was tryingto and burning humours, with loss of
    J. Emmett Wolfe and I... P. Scaambeau. pimply
    On motion the report was adoptedand raise money to build a hall. Mr. hair, ever compounded. -

    1 Executive Committee Selected. the name of the first man on each MILLIONS t'u Cmcriu Soir, aMi.ted by
    Zan Serra offered to help them in
    The r fort of the executive commit- committee was made chairman of the CmcfBA OIST !>T,for prwemDg,punfyio John B. Stetson University
    town and had raised $30, which he and t>uUfylD*the .klD, for eletosin, the.m'p I
    tp t rf rtn was thr-n rendered as follow committee and a vice-president of for ofteain! ,
    and the .topping of falling hair <
    I Do Laud, Florida.JOHN .
    .- I the League.A had turned in and taken a receipt. whitening, and toothing red rough and tore
    Officers and Members. iMnocraticL )Ir. Oliver White had also takena hand*, for baby rube and IrrtUtiom, and for I I'. "'Olt EJ. Ph. !>., President AL EltT J. ".\RR41(, LI, B Pea:
    .
    recess was taken and quite a all the purpotw of the toiitt,bath, and nuriery.to'
    i asr l1lot E-siambia County.II'III..n subscription list. He had been throughout the world g.'HP. t..... Oitmi'T. Fall Term ('011I11I.11(''''" 11'edne.dayOetuber I, 1tN1*:.
    (;((. ) : YuurIImiUo"' charged!!: number of democrats present went *k. PIU..it: Briuh D.p'*;/: -."" CtartnhoiiM"Sq.
    Rue de''.P'z. I'.". For. TWO YEARS' COURSE-The: Law department of John B.
    J Stetson
    LonJno French Iwpoti I'n::ere
    with the duty of selecting!; an executive forward and enrolled their names as < told that Mr. White had turned his tan i>no A3 II 1.:8.: Cuar.. sole! 'tope.., IooIuA, two-years' course.IPatmgto the degree of LL. K.
    t'in.niittof fit( m*wb"rs fioni each DECREE ADMITS TO THE BAft-The diploma of the Law Deparra -f
    , 1 pnuiKt'1 in Ehcambia county;; have members of the League, after which list over to Mr. Co?ton, who was now Station t'mvprstty admits to the Bar.
    FURTHER
    ( I>r< fciiu'l that duty arid report the Secretary Johnson announced that seeking; the votes of organized labor'' "My Family Doctor"Blue aired information ISFoRMATIU\-fr'ortheLawAnnouncement regarding the Law Department,address: of I"ard: a:

    tolloniEg named of persons to coas"ti- to send him to" the legislature. He I' Island III., Jan. H, 1901.Mers. ALBERT J. FAKRAH. Dean of Law Department:
    I'JS hud
    names been enrolled since
    t'lt.111,1 iniinitt t: I ELY BROS.:-I have u-ed De Land.
    t Pre I'InH Charles Andrews, Archie the last meeting.The had been told that as much as ; t your Cream Balm in my family for
    ll.-ntrr. I" nry Hlum Jas H. Jun-!), as-I I nine years and it has become my
    had been that 1151" but
    paid: on .
    <:<
    I'r.i'MI: ::.--G I n.hwk. Him-s to notify the precinct executive embly 2:!:!M had: never seen any of I use it freely on my children. It i is 'W rw.VNmm.
    ('111\' t Jolui Hfhoii. !II I. C. Miller, t.1 that aGoti,;end to children as they are r
    money. ,
    committeemen of their appoint
    A ParkPiKiiKt- troubled more or le .
    :3 -'''alkt.r'i hill? H C. ment and to request each to secure Tho Pebley being called said he Yours respectfully, J. KIMBALL
    Abbott, W J.Titntoii, J. N. Bc'ewton, Judge for yourself. A trial size Attention
    heard !
    had deal about
    a great platforms Housekeepers
    new members for the League ill their
    W J Lop.iI'r.rntt ; : ; can be had for the small sum of 10
    1.--.\. C. Tipiiin. C. T. respective precinct in this campaign. If he werea cents. Supplied by dru/eists or
    1'araMnu. T. J Williams Frank It. mailed by Ely Brothers, ;.1) WarrenSt. I!(
    candidate for the he O-A.T-o
    legislature, ,
    I.Jinmunl.o.; \\'. Nobles. President Welles, in well chosen ., New York. Full size 50 cents. a

    I'r"( 11111 :3.-Geo. Davis, John Pen- I words, introduced Mayor Moreno too, would have a platform. He

    ton. John Hlll>t. \\'. \\VaviT, Henry would favor the repeal of the insanity :;
    run-. I Jones as the first speaker and Mr. IwI L. FRIEDMAN & OO'3Monday

    l'rin C.-B. M. Bonifay John I Jones made a routing but brief talk, divorce bill. He would oppose a

    llair. C. 1 I':. Hot'lis, Win. Henderson, in which he emphatically state dispensary. He would hold
    proclaimed -
    Sr, Albert Ijovkdl. I
    l'rcin 7.; IItr
    Frank Johnson P.oi.Vaid, John debts and should
    tired of political bossism and every attorney NICK'SESTA
    grown
    .
    .
    C'ainpl )II.V.. P Hmnifn.I'r"'uj'l ---- --- ------- .c
    -Thos.. Morgan, Chas. meant this time to take matters in make an honest accounting of moneycollected
    &) Dozen Towels! This the
    is Positively Largest and Best
    Fii-hcr, Kobfit McKinnon, T. M for clients. At some later
    their own hands and work for good
    Gundy. henry ('halker.i Towel for the money you ever &aw.
    I'ruiiKt : .--J. W. Gilmore, J.V.. government-the people's own gov- meeting he proposed discussing the i

    ; I .:try, \\'. U. Stilly, 1'. M. Pritc-hett. ernment. He believed the candidates fitness of the candidates before the RB Pi9 T IOC EACH OR S I.00 PER DOZEN.
    a ? ttt Stimh'vant.! II(
    and have to
    something
    "i'r<-<'\m< t M.-J. M. Gtrlii.T, Thos.oltman. endorsed by the league; wouldbe people say One Lot Bed Spreads Regular Price. . ';5c. to go at i We II( '
    < \V. C. Card Bad Kd.hns. WM elected relative to their platforms.
    1. I Holland.I'Mdiut by handsome majorities, One Lot Bed Spreads, Regular Price. .. iiJc, to go at sac .::

    11.-W. M. Egeiton; J. R. despite the prodigal use of free beer. In closing the meeting PresidentT. One Lot Bed Spread Regular Price. .*1.0u. to go at cOne .-

    Stewart C. S. Mt-rritt. M. L. Hartley, Scutt M. Loftin the next E. Welles referred in a humorous .
    Levi Minims.Pnnnrt was DAILY MENUS Lot Bed Spread*. Regular Price ..f1.;!), to go at fl.)) .

    11': .-\\'. I.. M.iyfr. H. II speaker and he was: greeted with manner to the recent speeches of One hot Bed Spread, RtgJlar Price. $150, to go at 11.2S1.75 (. .,
    lit! >, i J. N" Andrews, John Touart hearty applause. He had 'judge' Blount relative to Lamar Comprise all the Up-to-
    jut returned
    -
    One Lot Bed .. ..
    Price.
    Joe F' bi! o.M1TLK. Spreads, Regular to ;:0 at fJ. 11:
    at 8 o'clock from a two d.tY5'vhit hol1iug one oiilce while seeking an Date Dishes the Markets -
    Remember have ..
    we Limited
    only a Number of trc
    of the WorldAfford.
    in the country, where he had.. other. Judge Bloant was the last Bed Spreads, therefore you should Come Early and Sec 'e

    : HEn DKULM.Mm.l : talked to the farmers in their field man to take such a stand, for he Your Choice, as this is Positively a Money Saver for Y'IU'

    MaUrs lYculmr lliin;t.Co and was pleased to report that himself was now holding two elective See Show Window. '

    I Iff f ainio-t kills snmepPOplebe- the sentiment among;; them was offices and sometime ago he Ladies' Private

    ,j for they are willing to udmit Outcotlee thoroughly in accord with the purposes tried hard to get a third without .
    is rpIIIthH cuii a of the
    YOURS
    trouble. Yet It is e:.y to hrlt ik oil of the league. He attendedthe turning loose either of the other Dining Parlor. :! ANXIOUS

    i tliH habit providing I'li-'uni Cotfee,
    TNL&ECO'S
    1 well boil..d, is served III its j.lace. meeting at PinBarren: Tuesday two.He L.

    A I.uly cays I. "Aftercoffawdriuking night and whr.t he saw there led thought everybody understoodthat

    had become a habit wild ma I experienced him to believe that the democrats of Bob Fillingim was being offered Regular Dinner Daily.Short I
    .- ::1 Mi-eof f.tintues-i in the RACKET
    i. stoin.i.li with lassitude and dullness that precinct would vote a* a uuite up on a sacrifice upon the altar ofCoston's STORE. @
    r of the miuJ.i This wan tircouipanied .
    '. with severe pius: in the region of for the league ticket. While the ambition. Order PromptlyFilled.

    ,. my liver. campaign was: yet young, he had The League will meet again next Night or Day.It '
    ; Gradually my health failed and I
    .L became thin and a nervous wreck, visited six or eight; of the country Thursday night. .

    having lick headaches vry jay. precincts and found the people -- lt'eynmethingGooCtoEat ---
    Then insomniaet :n au.11 diiflerejfor I Don't think less of you .-hh.you'll and It at
    : ( four 't'tr"11:11 torment as those thoroughly, awake. They were tiredof your system ; There's Consolation in Knowing
    than do of house. Give it
    i who have been through the experience ring rule. They wanted a government you your Nick Apostle's e w
    know of. At night I would a thorough cleansing, too. Take o r y that you can get your Carrie'

    row *o nervous over the continual of the people, by the people Hood's Sarsaparilla Popular Restaurant. V '?' ,f paired in a thoroughly efficient .
    I distress in my stomach that I would! and from the people and they were -I r i durable ..
    i imagine hundreds of little red devils -r,0, manner at J. M. Hilhar J
    : hud itrings/ :: attached to tilt back of going to help roll up a great majorityfor BANNER SALVE 'r .,, I :' Co's. Their skill in* renewing f
    '
    , ,. my stomach and were trying to pull the league ticket. the moat healing?salve In !Y1Y ., broken parts, painting and van -
    ttv worIALa
    i'' ic outwa3 compelled, at times, to Judge, J. Emmet Wolfe made a -.i_ ;; ing is too well known to need ap- I
    take laudanum to relieve the di.strerd .
    r i mention, while -
    . f and cramps. vigorous address in the interest of I the latest! Plant a spring garden. them prices arc :
    r i This:: condition lasted with some 3 I raarkably moderate for the Pol-'
    L f variation for about three years. I Hon. W. B. Lamar for congress,, incidentally --- I 1 Norna i l L. Bear & Co'aadvertisement in The Willis Hardware Co. r taking care displayed in all t. "

    : tried various physicians and finally referring to the tools :4
    public another column. can sell you the cheap. + work.
    1' r was;advised to try leaving off coffee; i
    tF this I thought could not be done. I record of Hon Fred T. Myers. He --- 'l -

    t was:: finally induced to give up coffee had for three legislative sessions J. M. Billiard & Co.,
    :.t and use Postuui and I began to get J. M. FOLKMAN Rip? i
    .>.. ... ; well. watched the course of Senator Myers }! : No. 30 East Garden Ht.MEUX'S .

    i i' When I recovered and thought I and had never found him on the side 1 .* Contractor for Decorating ... - -- ---- ------- -- ...,
    ,, f was! well enough to go back to coffee t
    ' 'i again I tried it, but after using it a of organized labor or of the great Call Up Phone 343 or Drop a Postal Card. I II I

    _ snort time the old stomach trouble mass of the people. That from the I
    k came back and I threw the balance All Work C. 0. D. and Guaranteed.
    of the coffee in the atove. There has:: view point of the people who toil

    never been a grain of the old-faab- Mr. Myers had about the worst 1 k \ Corner Bajrlen and Government Streets, ,
    the houae since
    ioned coffee in and ODe Block Weit of fojtofflea Right on the Belt Line. I
    never will be as long as I am run record of any man be knew. He ; II II I

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