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vOL. 37. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 7.1902 NO 16_.

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THE NEW WOMAN EXAMINATIONOF MILES' FRIENDS F TERRELL WINS IN THE I THE ROCKS OF THE EARTHCONTAIN


RACE FOR GOVERNOR

TEACHERSExamination ARE JUBILANT''

/ \ THE MINERAL MATTER OF WHICH THE CHEMISTS ;

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Special to The News.
.0 .. J I MAKE MANY AND COOD MEDICINES. !
of teachers for the Special ,The News.Washington Atlanta, June \C.-At the Democraticstate
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public schools was completed this June 7.-The.j primary h.'ld yesterday throiuhtfrt .
., \m."ttS : Georgia tie following ticket for It is through such Mineral Rocks that IIAKKIS 1.11'111.TlR e

ii \ morning:, and the papers are now in of Lieutenant-General Mlle,Ielsty' governor sut Iioi'sa officers, senator: has percolated and formed a medicinal water, so wond rful in its application
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4.\ the hands of the grading; committeewho are rejoicing over the fait \* of aid tccs.-esnin was nominated: I', to diseased parts of the human body that it has become: known as one II

will have them several days President Roosevelt to ensc rH'I 3T .e I 7 For GovernorJ. 1 of Nature's Great Remedie It contain the principal elements! of the

M. TERRELL. human and like in Bladder and Liver
composition acts a specific Kidney,
before a report Is made. The com- genera'. Now that the plan.rMnepresidit i I
For Secretary of State Complaint
N' mittee H selected from teachers of to put Secretary Rot oar, I 'PHILIP I COOK. I

the school who hold certificates of "Sherlock Holmes," on the tra"K: of)! For Comptroller. A. WRIGHT.General.W. I Harris Lithia Water Carbonated for the Table

Ueneral Miles with orders
several years' limitation. to con- i
i For State Treasurer
\ I I There were thirty-one white applicants nect him with the charge of giving R. E. PARK. Harris Lithia Ginger Ale for the Taste. c l

the democratic senators secret information ;
and sixteen colored applicants For Attorney GeneralJ. .

I but out of the four dozen, of the war department has I C. HART. t:;;;:.-
Prices and FREE.
{. Cohn, writes from 474j For State School CommissionerW. Pamphlets
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failed
'! Root denies
Secretary
calmly
only one has made the test for a first I
:tr.tt, Brooklyn, N. Y., aa I' B. MERRITT.For -
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t *. grade certificate. This was Miss that he ever was ordered to such an Commissioner of Agriculture HAKIMS 1.11'111.SPHI GS ( ()., t

from Alabama who is said investigation. 0. B. STEVENS.For .
to
health Iota gnat Ray
-Untohad poor I Harris Springs S. C. .
Prison Commissioner
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months and now having It rea have shown quite an aptness in the Notwithstanding! the denials of
tuny THOMAS EASON. CALL OX OR TELEPHONE :
pond makes me feel very grateful to examination and whose chances of both President Roosevelt and Secre- For Associate Justice Supreme CourtA. I .

Penini. I suffered a great deal during bright.To tary Root, there were two investigations J. COBB M. W. MARSHALL Pensacola, Fla.

'monthly periods, had seven pains, success are very __ __ __ ___ _ __ _ ____ _-'" 1
a) which were launched with the SAMUEL LUMPKIN.For .
and a*s generally depressed, but can get a first grade paper, one has United States SenatorA. votes, Glasscock with two votes, War I 'I

truthfully sty that a few bottles of PC- to attain a general percentage of 75 hope that something might be foundto S. CLAY. ten with two votes and Lincoln with BOER PRISONERS

runt hat removed all pain and made and an alternate average of 60 per give the president an excuse to retire Per National House of Representatives I two vote*-total. 14.

sea woman of m*.--
coil". Upon Secretary Root's return the Second District-James M. Grlggs. llx I votes. Columbia with two votes,
For second and third grades the
TiT nmine of what i* known as then Third District-Elijah B. Lewis. Taliaferro with two votes Wilkinson oJj
: president told him of the ineffective 1
.'" woman" in our country is not same questions apply, but a person's Fourth District-W, C. Adamson. with two votes and Hancock with twa to The News. \1

p"'.-t.il by everyone tw it she were a proficiency will govern a certificate investigation, and upon orders the Fifth District-Lon F. Livingston. rot i-total. 14 rotes.TENNESSEE Hamilton Bermuda, June 6.-Thi '" :

gnat :)ic*slu;. But there is another secretary of war: immediately started Sixth District-Charles 1.. Bartlett. !
award. Boor officers who have been living lathe
n*" won.nn w horn everybody is Ilad0: Seventh District-John W. Maddox MINERS
another one. : prison of the islands ben
his camps
Cook reached
invalid H Superintendent
woman District
HKvry day some Eighth -Wm. M. Howard.
fv inning, "I have been made a new office at 10 o'clock today for the first The friends of General Miles are Ninth tarter Tate. I have been allowed their liberty oa ,
ORDERED TO STRIKE parole. Several of them came her
'9au v l>r. lUrtm n's home treatment and Tenth District Hardwick I
to sendnuve time in several days. He has been exceedingly indignant say they i I and Fleming : today and were interview General
It n onlDt'"t".UY .
each 14 votes in convention.
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', kii*." and tn> .tm nt already received No. 1, where the examination: of voluntary disclaimer and push the There is absolutely! no doubt aboutTerrell's Special to The News. tremely reticent, but they said they !
t4I!I', 1l\ftm: nI"lumhu-, .,and directi were glad the war was over and would !
,,:'- ,r .ue nii'i.tl.'rtitinent will be whites is going on, and school No. case to the end, in order to show the | election. He has far more Briston.Tenn., June ".-Miners in be delighted to get back to their

prenth" fawarI'd. Th nnhcine 31, where are examined negro applicant plan of persecution. They assert than 176 ,votes the number necessary the Wise county, Virginia coal region homes.It ,
I f> elect in the state convention and
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can ',. ohtiuii'-l: at th nean-rt drug ?. the present time an auspicious occasion will probably: be included in is understood that the rank and
I when all of the official returns are re- #
H'oie. file of the Doers will be allowed ashore
-- -- to have all such matters
| cewed which may be several days yet, the strike ordered today.
If you d<> not deriv prompt and satisfactory in batches of ten. The officers have
brought to the light of publicity. i his total vote will be swelled to'per.
moults fr<.m the u*> of 1'eruna, STEAMER JENNY The Virginia Iron, Coal and Coke been invited to an "At Home" at the
hIS 220 or 225. He has carried SO '
n i Ire at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a General! Corbin. the arch-eneuy I Co. is the largest individual factor government house tomorrow.
i counties and there several I'
sure :
are
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f;, tateiiK-nt of your case and he will
cf General Miles is blamed for the
U .sad to give you his valuable ad- I I ARRIVED TODAYThe that are yet in doubt. The returns now operating in the Virginia coal Spain Sends New Minister. 1

T' r*tn. t insinuation that General Miles! gave I are to bf consolidated today and the I fields. A general strike might remit
June 6.-Senor de
Madrid Ojedo
_, Senator Culberson the secrets of the result will then be known. I
Present !
: Dr. Hartman, o I in forcing this company: to shutdown the former Spanish minister to Morocco
J. H. Estill ran second to Terrell,
'unman .Sanitarium, Columbus, Austrian steamer Jenny, Captain army. has been gazetted minister of
I carrying 30 counties, with about 70 its nine furnace, thereby throwing
l Causolich arrived in port this -------- ---- -- I Spain at Washington, in succession to
votes. Mr. Estill surprised many of bundreds out of employment.
morning from Tampa with a cargoof I his supporters: with his great strengthand ,I the Duke de Arcos, who has been appointed

': K PEXKACOLA CONCERTi 10,459 bars of magnesite, which INQUIRY COURT got many votes where he was JMOBLYNCis"NEGRO I minister to Belgium. Senor
B. J. DeColognan
\V, WILL (JIVE A DANCE AThXoI.L least expected t8 get them. formerly Spanish
will be discharged; here. The Jenny minister at Peking, succeeds Senor df
\ \ BLUFF TUESDAYV.lil Dupont Guerry carried only 17 coun
; I. TICKETS TRAINB also has ten barrels of rosin for RECOMMENDEDCOURTMARTIAL : ties with about 48 votes. The fact I SLAYER OJeda at Tanglers. i

tons of phosphaterock that Mr. Guerry ran third In the rare 1
: .t" AS FOR THURSDAY Trieste and 2,200 I Italian Deputy Challenges Minliter. I

V'-i'l! I < o.NCEKTrf. for Venice. She will go from will be a big surprise to his many supporters Rome, June 6.-As a sequel to a
: in Special to Toe Newt.
section of
every Georgia. heated discussion in .
the lobby of th
is the latent! here to Galveston to complete her It was generally understood that Guer Charleston, .June !i.-Jim Black, a ; ;
IJt1 I \OCfa I __ chamber of deputies on the subject of -I
Bee L. Hear & Co'sadvertiement
inv load. There is a young Italian ry nan a big following and would negro implicated in the murder of the the Eritran (Italian East Africa) budget '
There is I make a hard fight for the first place.Th I wile of J. 1C Jones a sectiunmaster
dutyon
aboard. no Signor Ilranchettl.
I ,1. :: stowaway Special to The News. a member ol
biggest surprise of the election Of the AtIanticCoast t line, was lynchednear ]
the chamber, has challenged the for-
11\ .\ ..\ ," Want Column. this cargo. Washington, June 7.-The Navy however, was the defeat of State Ra\.t'nallate Wednesday night bya minister
sign Signor Prinetti to fight :
Department issued the following School Commissioner Glenn by W. B. mob of men who secured him froma a duel.

I Merritt. of Lowndes county. Commissioner posse of officers while enroute to 1
.. the court of
statement concerning
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( inquiry which investigated the case would ba elected as were his friendsall I <-k committed the crime some What you Fay for extracts is important ; {

r ; of the officers of the cruiser Chicagowho Ii over the slate. but dispatches! this weeks ago and escaped, but was captured but what you get for your i
!
Great Clearance Sale were arrested in Venice on the morning indicate that he will lose 811)1)cnunty near Savannah and was being money is ten times more Important.Rutnell'd i

I hU home county, to Merritt.All brought to Kavenal for confinementwhen Vanilla coats more because!
(. ), charge of drunkenness and disorder: the returns on this election are approached by the mob. worth more.

,I I -OKj ", : "The court of inquiry recommends I not yet in and the exact result cannot The negro confessed his (crime naming -- -

trial by courtmartial of Lieut. John be foretold. At present Merritt has another negro as his accessory. TO-DAY'S MARKET REPORT
Skirts I 160 votes In the convention.
i Shirt Waists Wrappers
; ; S. Dodridge, United States navy; Conmiinsioner. of Agriculture Stevens "I Never Knew Pain Killer to Kail

(; Captain Robert F. Wynne, United defeated; his opponent. R. T. Nea before, what can the matter be? IIY l'ESS.\COL.-\STOCK EXCHANGE u

; Uind Children's Suits* ( States marine corps; and Assistant bit. by a tremendous majority. He car Where h the bottle There, I East Government Street

rled 113 counties out of the 137. In thought so; it Ii not Perry Davis'
Surgeon Robert Ledbetter, United Painkiller at all, but something the t
IN SUIT DEPARTMENT this 113 he got Cobb county, where Mr. HTOCKH. 1
of unbecoming druggist must have made himself
!States navy, on the charges -
Nesbit i11'es.Thomas and I did not notice it; I have used Open. Hish. Low. Clo e. t
7th : behavior in public. The Bason the prison commissioner Painkiller for years for diarrhoea Sugar...127 127'* 127 127 '
June
Commencing Saturday, court recommends that no further has 2f>'> convention votes so far cramps and stomach aches and it Atch.. .. 79'8 79'4 79ig 79*.
i r over 54 for Wiley Williams, who was never failed." U.I 8: .... 39ra 4') 31)18 39?,
o-.A..T-o action be taken in the case of Naval running against him. 111 ......1504 130iJ 150?'.' 150V.
DISORDERLY SAILOR L.&N..1S7: 1374 137 137 !
Cadet James C. Kress and Private
Secretary: of Sute Phil Cook was t M.O. p. tWSfc 9: 44 9! 3' jji'

THE BIG ST0RE..1 .. Wilford Langley of the United I elected without opposition as were I RESISTS ARRESTPolice Man .130?.' 131)?4 ISO? 130{ r

( marine Comptroller General Wright and State ht.Panl.16S 168 j14 las 1681. ,
States
( corps. I Treasurer R. E. Park. Judge John C. I Penn ...149! 149'; 149 148 '

t. 1'j Stitched Skirts.... .. .... .. ... . .. .. ..5.00, now $4.00 S : Rear Admiral Crowninshield has Hart also won out without opposition I Officer Frank Benjaminwas H. P..... KJJ4: 64 63B: 64; I

.V.i, u\ >kirt Plain: ..... . .. ..... ... .. .... ......13.50, now $2.50 \ ', disapproved the opinion and recommendation for attorney general. I summoned to the office of U. P..10438. 104'g 10li4( IO'Pi :
l' .- k.rt,, Embroidered, ..... .... .. ...... ...... ....JS.CW. now fa.OO I Associate Justices Samuel British Vice Consul F. R. Bonar T.C.I. P)24' 62'i 62' 62'-' :
1' Skirts, Embroidered....... ..... ... .. ..........IStuOnow1400 ( : where adverse to the officers and Andrew J. Cobb Lumpkin I about 11 o'clock this morning to remove C. F. I.. 9'J.4' 99>4 Stt.\I 98'8 i'

; .l.' '! Skirts, Embroidered.. .. .. ...... .. .... ..... .. ..?6 50, now l:i 00 II. on the ground of insufficient are winners with John Sutherland, a white I
: out opposition for terms of six NEW '
1 I." ->ktrts, Embroidered....Embroidered.-.83now $2.o years YORK COTTON
1.::'" skirts Embroidered ..... .... ...... .. .. ".. ....$1 oO, now $1.25 evidence. each. man,who had used obscene languageand Open. Hieh. Low. Close.
trAIl Woolen Skirts 25 per cent o3.l Congressman Livingston piled up a cursed. Officer Benjamin at- July..8ii Si7 869 B6-" ;:

majority of over 3,000 over Charles tempted to arrest Sutherland, who August ..8B 8-19 8-13 SH ;; i-
SHIRT WAISTS. : : BITUMINOUS Brannan. attacked him, and the officer was Sept. ...b+)) ROI 8c 81)3 fi?

"-" Lot Waists, 51.50 and $1.75; kind to close for ... .. ....$l.al each .. Late dispatches from Macon state forced to use his club. Sutherlandwas Oct....i9J! 7112 787 787 ,

r (JJ..I.otU 00 and fl.25 Waists, to close for. .. ... .... .. .. S each \ I MINERS STRIKE that Roland Elliot is defeated for the taken to the police station and, '

,, On. Lot Waists, 75c kind for._.... . ..... ...... .. .... SOc each \( house and that Guerry has carried the after cursing the officer for everything CHICAGO-WHEAT. i }
: t- LotWaists, fiOc kind for. .. ... .. ... .... .... .... ..... We each ; county by JOO majority. Open. Hilrh. Low. Close. :
'' i zen Calico Waists... .... .. ..... .... .... .. .. .. ..... 19c each ,\ Imaginable was locked up to Jnly.... 7214 7218 72 72V /
) Special to the News. await trial Monday. Sept .... 7135 7171 70y' 71,1CORN.

CARPET DEPARTMENT. : Elkhorn W. Va.,June 7.-Twenty TIEllNiTENfiTDISTRICT' .
:
'--, f.-ce< Heavy China Mattings. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... ...25 to 35c laid (( thousand miners have stopped work Open High. Low. Close i .t
(1.( Lot Remnant Matting... .. .. .. .. ....... .. .. .. ...... lOc yard } \ HOSTETTEB'SSTOMACH July.... 63 6.'H4' 62y' 63Ji i
in the soft coal fields in
this morning Sept... 69 597i 688 5818
Special to The Newi.

SPECIALS FOR HONDAY i 1 1iv ; obedience to the strike orders. Sparta. Ga., June 6.-Hancock coun. BITTERS.Is NAVAL BTOKES MARK I. .' {'

) ty goes for Fleming by a very small a specific remedy for ailmentsof t
: \ ards Yard Wide Bleached Cotton. .. .... .. .10 yards for 50c NOTICE. majority which means a deadlock in the stomach, liver and bowels I r
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""k 0 Yards Apron Ginghams (Best I.... .... .. .. .. 10 yards for 50c ]( and is backed by hundredsof Reported Dally for The News by
"'Yards Fine Dress Lawns.... .. .. ..... ..... 10 yards for 95c ( : There will be a regular the congressional convention in the voluntary testimonials. We Union Naval Store Co.

sass Lawns..... ... ._.... .... .... ... ... .. .... .. ....10 yards for 3&c ( j meeting of Mt. Ho- Teath dUtrict. The returns were con would therefore urge sufferer Jolt*.
;. '.) Yards X-Bar Muslin.. .... ..... .... .. .... ......10 yards for 40c ( ) reb R. A. Chapter Mon- solidated here at noon today and showed ] from INDIGESTION every, DYSPEPSIA c 3?
'fJ 9th inst. at Fleming to be in the WW ____IS S.: H___'1 ee
,. \. B.-Positively ne goods charged at these Prices.lUiUinm ( ; day evening, slightly lead. FLATULENCY, CONSTIPATION wa_._____._ I Ie (j.... ... 14u
8:00 o'clock. Tie result in Hancock means that botb HEADACHE OR LIVER N 110 _.__
H W.E.ANDERSON, Hardwkk and Fleming will have 14 AND KIDNEY TROUBLE to try It. 1(_.._..2) E.. .. .___ 1 t5

Secretary. votes each in the convention. The reolult It will cure you. FOR SALE BY K2aL ._. I vo C a below_ 1 :rS5rtatrl !
& ion. with our PRIVATE
oljnson II therefore. Is in doubt. DRUGGISTS Tv.p.nI.-.7J;.
Bargains in second hand show STAMP over the neck of the bot-
cases and counters. Wm. Jl\h...".. Hardwick has carried Washingtonfour tle. Avoid substitututes.al.s .
THE NEWS
Try Want Column
( vote Jefferson with two i
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; --7. THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY JUNE 7, 1902

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Utl'GOLD GEORGIA BOY LEADS CLASS. STEAMSHIPS.
DUST. I! COURT SAYS THREE MUST DIE. SWEETLY INNOCENT GIRL.

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!' William A. Mitchell Will Head Graduating Her ToncUng DrTOllun to the Member .
1)0 Death Sentence Pasted Upon Trio ol Cadets. of Her Family. y X.KKY.K.Y.. ,.t atat (Il
I the GOLD DUST: twins do your work." | Alabama Murderers.
West Point, N. Y.. June 5.-The mill. Ho hIll been to the boarding school tAN
Montgomery Ala., June 8.-The iu- OCEAN TRIPTo
tary academy board has completed its to pay a sun rife visit to his dau btt'r.1

'Il !I preme court has affirmed three murder examination of the corps of cadets. Today his only child. He had parted drum <

cast brought up on appeal. the cadets with the exception of her proud to Le the parent of such a NEW YORK, BOSTON ItJ
Ben Durrett at Tuscalooea, was convicted AND ALL Ii
maiden with the Innocence
handsome
1 the graduating and furlough classes, pleased
and sentenced to be hanged ID of budding womanhood. The EASTERN RESORTS {
will for
go into camp summer. It now ,
.$pite of an agreement between the solicitor principal! accompanied Lim to the door.
remains for the board to review the l VI. t4wfmnn 1
and t defendant that he would '
-Madam. he said with deep feeling! "
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examinations and to classify those Th.
l; plead guilty! and accept IK* Imprison! examined 'I owe you much for toe majner in l @)
I e .. Just a glimpse of a woman's face is according to their standing in I
ruA m eat. The court declares that such | often all that is needed to tell the storyof general order of merit.It which\ you have reared my chfw! since[ i t OCEAN: STEA.\ HIP CO.MPAv> \1

an agreement: was not binding on the her daily Sufi riDg. No woman can is conceded that William A. Mitchell she has been under your care. When I J* LU\V RA TE S'f.-I ,f
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jury and was nothing more than a recommendation
by the solicitor to the without falling oil in face and form. of Georgia will head the graduating maiden and some of the girls of Q: Sailings each Week I1 I1U
Women who have been cured of class with Cadets Ralston Han-
Jury. her ae who have not had the advantage J
diseases the of DoctorPierce's'Favorite and Bell all\ of from Savannah Ga.
womanly by use :num Pennsylvania and '
Flod Brown was convicted and sentenced of such strict supervision, I feelthat [
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|'I : Prescription, frequentlyrefer ;Francis F. Longley, of Michigan, close I TinMMUIHhlM Of tills P H .1' I
I have indeed done In plac- .
wisely .
at Birmingham for murder. His ;j with pleasure to the gain in appearance .4 | ialie! m Mn-ei_ .Srrve .\\ ,
followers. a dt'oIChllul! r u"
< tore wL.
GOLD DUST appeal is thrown out because the bill i as well as in feelings, which has ing her In your charge i* in fiyojiiirnl n u allo. '' 1"I '
with their "And how proud you must be" said filiurt raJ juuriiey u "-.t.n;,, l \
of the 'come cure.
exceptions was not signed up by : J c....1. ....t our t.. Sew York f
sell clean uythine cleana&le-clothes and dishes judge within the limit of 60 I "Favorite Prescription" cures irregularity OR. NELSON DEAD. the principal )plowing with satisfaction -- ;- -
statutory II .,
yon and pass floors and doors-m fact &r.ythirg FO Sane 5.U.N.O. *0>.. ,
from cellar to attic. COLD DUST U ttr.s lllOOr.Jn5CtS ,:1l'F 'I dries weakening drains, heals "to be the father of so large and MUTI.. ire. A..*" To
care inflammation and ulceration, and cures Grandson of William Nelson devoted !" R (. CcWns IWIIiif id.. r...."h. n. IH.
Who a family ..._ .
Taylor Charleston another Jefferson female weakness. 'JI .n.kuM.il. r k i imi ... t,.. '
)rode only by: THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY I 4 Took Part In Yorktown Siege. "Larpel: Devoted!" gasped the prond ..h..H..LIa..lac..t.J. _. ... 1
CGlca o. New York. Boston St. Loius.Maxers county murderer appealed on the Sick women are invited to consult Dr. I C 7f".tIr1C'
MyI'7f'i" )
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New York. June "What do ? lrg'
6.-Dr. William Ar- parent. you mean )r't
of OVAL FAIRY SOAP. ground that the judge had sustained a j Pierce, by letter, fret All correspondence .
mistead Nelson "Devoted to each other," said the
challenge fey cause against a juryman i treated as sacredly private and grandson of William -
j I confidential. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Xel;ttp who took an active part in principal. "Xo fewer than seven ..01Clara's
who wa himself under Indictment for '
A fheerfnl GUer. I GEXKKAL I FRENCH
Buffalo N. Y. brothers hate been here SCiiKDl) U
during
the >, ; "And aren't you going to give yourth ault to murder. The court sustains "Your medicines have done me so much good the past three weeks to take her out,
I feel like a different woman." writes Mrs Mary I Following Is the schedui'
penny fur the poor heathen? e ruling. i |
and
I Murphy,of Millon.Tnmble Co. Kentucky "sta Vir-ginia she is expecting another tomor
the Sunday school teacher reprovingly.! All three men are neeroes and the mouth; ago I began to think 1 would not face I j: row." government steamer General r'".
"Oh. I little I Iit another well day. but had made up mv mind to : ., was appointed in 184G .
b f.'ixne. replied ISobby. date cf their execution Is fixed for follow advice and'e Dr. Herce's medicines 1 which THE NEWS print- : :
your : I
assistant in
the
be Leld It reluctantly "if think 1 _" taken bottlei surgeon Unite States
you 'uly j. a thorough trial. I have MX benefit of the merchants w
they need it wun>e'n 1 do."-fthio State I| I II of Favorite Prescription.! sIX of :Golden :Jed- :. and accompanied Commodore PC iry on Cures Eczema and Itching Humor
a teal Discovery.; four,.als of lr Pirrce's Pellets Through the Blood-Costs Nothing their goods to the van* -
Journal i I DOOMED MANY MEN TO DIE. !t wo huUl..s of''Smart! W"ed.11'0 !<,m,,'Lotion { his expedition to Japan. He resigned to Try It.
TaMeU' Have gained five pound since lat j j shortly before the civilvar and on pots:
Auguht_ will tell the good news to all Mitfnag Imcahds |, B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm is
Parking l"p. the outbreak of that conflict ) LeavesLeaves Pt'nFacola....... .
fur it wa a 'llea\eulv] m"-alc' to me Joined the
Supreme Court Passes Death Sentence I .....
a i Lock-Why are you packing: up everythins when 1 found out what to do for relief." i confederate army now recognized a? certain and sure Leavtfickr HarranCBB.nk .. ,

? t j;. On Twenty-five. Favonte Prescription" makes weak I' cure for Eczema, Itching Skin. Hu- Leaves llarrancas ..

Mrs. I.ockit-Wt mutt hurry and get :I Jackson. -Miss.. June 0.-After disposing women strong, sick women well. Acceptno mor?, Scabs Scales, Watery Blis Leaves frn>acola... .
substitute for the medicine bich'torks i Will Be Arrested for Treason. Arrives B rrancm 11:1'! an: alI
pl out tif town or people! will not think we ->f a lar volume of civil and ; wonders for weak London June C. i inps te-s, Pimple. Aching Hones;; orj I makes a trip to KortMUi-t-. .
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Lave pone to the ccronation.-Town criminal: !litigation than Her before in women. I! -According to a Joint", Boil*. Carbuncle Prickling. turns to llarrancas.Leaves .
The Peop1e'sletlica1 Adviser, Joocpages. I agency Colonel Arthur Lynch Pain in the Skin, Old Sore; I Karraacas ...
its Eating ,1
Topics. history, the supreme court of Missisbippi .free on receipt of stamps to pay j| ; Leaves fickens. .
| who fought with the Roers in South Ulcers, etc. Botanic Blood Balm
is preparing! ;: to adjourn and) i expense of mailing only. Send 21 one- I'!I I.eavePensacola .
1 Africa. taken the Plek"IlI .. .. .
and
internally WOf"t Leaves
was elected in cure
M Firm His Dog-Are you certain that your dt-red within the next: two weeks. Both 'or 31 stamps for thecloth-laund volume, i i to represent Galway in the !rouse of !1 mot deep-and? cae enriching the trip to McKee and return.

mistress loves my master? I j civil and criminal to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. i commons and who it was announced purifying vitalizing blood'i!
dockets have been : there6ytving a healthy { ) "upI|I j On Wedne"davl and "'atm' -

Her Hug-Why, it was lore at firsteight cleared and there are only about 4'i': -- -- - ----- last night in a dispatch to the Associated ply to the kiu. Botanic Blood! Balm'is boat will leave 'IJarrancaens >

8he pushed me off the sofa to cases under 'ons'.IE-ration( in the I Press frog Paris had decided togo I the only cure to stay: cured, for for 1'en.acola at 6:30 p. :L

let him sit down.-Detroit Free Press. judges' consultation room. Will Introduce New Methods.Chicago I to London early next; week and attempt 1 these awful, annoying kin trouble. The General French is j. -

: June to take his seat in the house Other remedies may relieve, but B.
Sine tat Ckto t-r. including the:' 6-The packing purposes only and any outiahave > .
Still It.Trained I B. B. actually cure* heals
at ,
cases jet pending which are practical! 1 ousts of CSic'ago are preparing to !f will not be alo! *'f'e j to carry out his i I sore, and give; thp rich ;glow every of a pass from the quarto :

I 1)' rare to be affirmed, the supreme Introihicp more modern methods into i: intention. He( will he arrested it is ;! health to the: skin. B. B. B. builds up o take passage 01 her.

court has parsed the death sentence on' their system of mat delivery for city j I said on the c'jarpe of t *aeon irnmedidtely i the broken-down bod'and makes

about :25! criminals. and in only two tl'a.Tht.! ->' will use the railway lints.During after landing in En land. A the" blood red and nourishing.; ; Over

r instances; have reversals( been secured i : the recent strike of the teamsters sharp date h is, being J k. M for Colonel ; 3CXJO voluntary testimonial of cures STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE

Q where the lower court rendered the ;i the scheme, it is said, was givena Lynch, unrf if he rt'adlrS'fo lmlnHer j!iby Botanic Blood Balm ( B. B. B. )
it \\ HI: be DruggUt*, $I. Trial treatment free ,
hy strategem. Between Peni-ac-ol.i and Milton II
thorough and
sentence of death. sucies.stal test. Once I and prepaid by writing Blood Balm I

i in t fTe< t rile packers will require but I Co., Atlanta, GA. Describe trouble, Hun Daily t\fept: !'\uulay"CITY

one-fouith of the Atlantic: Steamship Syndicate. I! and free medical advice until
Sawed From -\\\luIFate.. present force of drlvtrs. given "
e New York. June >.-Definite organs- ;, cured. I OF TAMPA.

; "Everybody I had consump-I zation of the Atlantic Steamship syudi-i Lv :Milton .._11:111 aiu Lv IVnsarola.l

L. tion," write Mrs. A. M. Shield; of Fatal Wreck Big Four. ilelief. ute is progressing with all the speed: i I[ I'YDy-p.u a Relieves Right Away I. Ar1'eusacolabstam Ar Milton
1 war make a@lICt'Q end t,tcouGit u-U cold Fare.Mic; Round triP.'I :m
/ Chambersburg, Pa., "I was so low ] .-rtaine, 0., June 6.-A special that can be expected from such a large !;,
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f / after six: months of severe sickness ; i horse train the undertaking, says The Tribune. Clem. I "
on Four
Big
railroadwas l>o you wish to mate a little (01' amoneyduangsparemoutrate
caused by Hay Fever and Asthma, :' wrecked west of here thin morn ent A. Oriscom.! president of the Inter. BOYS and GIRLS !1- ? ..
Itf" that few thought I could well. national Navigation wadi, so. you can readily do so, byi., ,
get i log Killing Brakeman Jim Borden (company '
outright Ins our "Blueine 4* F" tnt, coramUnon on all salt-s. An indispensable arcc .
1 but I learned of the marvelou* merit and severely injuring: EnglnccrUet.iel Bernard N. Kaker. president of the hOU+fohn1<1 u.... tvery tally h ..Ughtt'.I1\h..n they sw it. Une iheet makes for ..
/ of Dr. King's Xew Discovery for Atlantic Blufit you ever used in tbe "a-h, Write today, bt-fore your territory ti.4 lark I n ;
used it and Ktinkel and Fireman George Transportation company will hoiue one Fl+e. and we will seed by return mall, out dozen packages ot Blupine.""
1 Consumption. wa!' completely sail for When fame told them '10,. the balance, 4Ut. as y*>ur ,11 ..
Nurse (looking at her watclnIt's l cured." For deropprat< Throat Browa. The train consisted of SHe: England soon to meet J. P Mon Donot you delay bat write return at onc.lddrrstGLkNNJf.IfeiCll'ItlG u>'' retaining ,

twenty to Due fcir. and Lung Ui*ease, it is the safest horse tars ol export animals: and a Morgan and the officials of the other : : : ("0. slept C 1* Hm 411. IMiila J'a

Sick I'.oukinaker (..h'liriou'lyThat'lJlong cure in the world, and 13 infallible 1 large number of these also periohed. j !steamship lines that will enter thq deal .

odds, but Til take 't'm.-New York for Cough*, 'Cold* and Bronchial The cause of the wreck was a defect and arrange the details.
Journal. :Affection. Guaranteed bottle 5 in the track.Mother ROYAL STANDARD \\VllISIUr{ :
I and $l.iK Trial bottles free atV.. A.. I i
D'Alemberte's 121 South Palafox.Accounted Elected President Chamber Deputies. '

Interesting to Asthma 5uferers.t St. and Babes Murdered. I Paris ,June .-M. Leon Bourgeois I Years Old, in Cases cf 4 Full Quarts, at $3.20 per castHIS
Joseph Mo.. June G.
-A careful radical Republican and former premier
Daniel lijnte of
Oiterville Iowa For. i investigation into the deaths of Mrs.Peie who June 1 was elected provisional

write: "I have had thma for 1 Smith and her two children! at president of the chamber of deputies, WHISKEY is distilled at the Nelon Co.,

three or four years: aud have tried >Hardin. Mo.. who were found dead! in _I was today formally elected presidentof JL Ky., Ditillery, and i i- fully matured in wood
about all the before i is ab and not ex-
cough and asthma the ruins of bottling. it nlutely pure
theft home, re\>aled the chamber.
t cures in the market and have re- tt a I celk-d in quality by any \\'hi-kI'Y of the same age
ceivftd treatment from physician* t tI triple murder which had preceded tub Ihfor | no matter where produced. The Royal rttandan';

in New York amt other citiesbut t I '. :Mrs. Smith was a widow and: is eight years old when l battled, and, coti.-ideritu'

g t"eQ' little benefit until r S 1 1i kept in hr home ll.dnrt received on an its excellent quality, is the cheapest whiskey n

I tried Foley's; Honey and 1I i insurance policy carried by her hug H 1 NasalCATARRH the market at that price. As a beverage, and a-

J Tar which ir.e: me immediate I band. The victim had been murdered faMIAL an absolutely pure stimulant, there is none better
relief and I will never be c shipped in case. containing no marks whatever t-
with a hatchet. pcrfgq (!A DI
without it in my bun : recommend it to all." W. A. D'AU J\ I In all Its eta>:u there AAAEVER the whi*key, i* not satisfied with the quality .

emberte,1:a :;. Palafox. r Dymoke Accorded a Peaceful Task I j euould be cltaiiiinesg. J+ can return the same at our expense and moot ;;:

: New York June C.-In the coronation El's Cream BalmrranseaeintDesandhca,6 will be refunded.All .

,. profession says a London din j'' : : t orders should be accompanied by eit'T!'
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.;, Tn Mrrl the href Trn.t. latch to The Tribune. F. S. Dymoke. i' :tl.e d .ea'l, meii.brana :\. SQ+r"'r} I YIGSYYEAnaotD currencypostotflcemoneyorderbankdraft.r'ap -
"What's this'aiol tin man at the +. 'I It cnr uat rrl and rvrs: pres money order. We refer to First r-atl..I: :
I who claimed the right to appear 1Westmlrster ft cu..! tl-oj Gwd
n .u i Batik merchant in Pell*aeola.
restaurant. i litllil1:; to a dark spot I D or any
about half the size: uf a negligee! shirt ,rt j0e ( as the king's champion ; gntcY J' p
e Cream Italm placed: Into the e and to chaTTer.ge all sundry I! no (, epreadj
button in the (enter of his plate."That" t t r1 persona
to mortal combat has been afforded lIVer tbe membrane and is al! orl>ed. Ke'ief :m- S. A. FRIEDMAN
aid! the waiter "is your order j ini-d.a'e and a core follows. It is not ryin-dOt':

sir: a imrttThou""i Meak. sir." the peaceful task of carrying the English .1 I i tot produce fr.ew.ng.:: Large Size,50 cenu lot Dru;:.

"Well you tu't take that back and flag. I J get: -cir by DIal:; Trial Sue,10 cents by mss! i s-r l SOLE PROPRIETOR, PE S.-\COLA. FLA. ,

a t e briny me a full sized dres-M-d beef well 1 KLV BKOrilEKS.W Warren treet.New York. .'

44. done."-Indianapuiis News.llontr Cholly-Yaas, Miss Cutter, that girl Furnace Workers Settle Strike. p. o. BOXIIH.. TKLKIMIOM: : ITO I It.rl
1H
once made fool .C
( me. i Younc t't\\ 0.. June 6. The
------ n strikeof __ __
C nrmlonH.51rs. Mess rutter-Oh, is that the way it. the Mast furnace workerwas set ., DR. KING'S anoerrww''.."r't'.d"wtD"
i 11:11'\\111'\? + handle class of -old :is
!
Hrisht I dint t'rsland.lIpn. every Liquors
Ull
tlM last night! the men receiving
-- --- an TRY NEW DISCOVERY'FOR bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail, at price- ti:,:i i
alKMit title win-less! -
How
,.. ry. telegraphy. increase of 10 per cent for 12 hours' are way down.
would I know when I was going: to get Spring Fever. work.

a message, and how would l" able t o'' Spring fever i H another name for : ---- THAT COLD. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
--
know what it was if 1 did get it, and biliou,ne**. It is more i"t-rIOIH than i' TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. ,

bow would I know anything: about it? most people think A torpid liver Ready to Yield. Cures ConsumptionCoughs
and inactive bowel mean a poisoned "I u-ed DeWitt's Witch Hazel WICKS&CO
looking at IHT his!
Henry ( oxer paper)
: system, If neglected, serious ill Cold Bronchitis Asthma .
|Halve for
:
a : Good Lurt1'.- !'Ullrt Sot.Ill piles and found it a certain ,
nest follow
may such syutptomDeWitt's =.
"
cure, says t. R. Meredith. Willow[ PneumoniaJIayFeve
Little Early Risers

y DiMlltt. all danger by stimulating the remove liver trove, Del.., Operation* unneceaary! risy, LaGrippe Hoarseness Plumbep Gas and Steam Fitter
tocurepilr They alway* ,
"Does your husband like your cuokInpT opening{: the'bOWE'I;; and cleansing yield to ,
DeWitts Witch Hazel Sore Throat and
Salve.
/ the system of impurities. "Safe pill. Cure Croup

4' "Well. I'm not just !;ur,'. lie says he :Never gripe. "I have taken I- -kin di-ea-es all kind of wound*. Whooping Cough. No. & South Palafor Ftf et
NVitt's Accept no counterfeit Ilargi i- ,
Little Early Riser* for *
: floes but I notice be is usually ,Iotlin.f'd liver every spring for ," writes torpid Pharmacy John :Sheppard :Sidnev NO CURE. NO PAY. All Kinds 01 Plambing; and Oan Fittings M;,-riftl* Kepi oo Han"

i at the office so late that be has to li. M. Everly, Moundville years, W. Va. Kahn. Price 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. ':''..:PROJli/'iol Mt r14yx A r
get dinner up town whenever we are "Thp '
do
me more good than
; without a giri.-C'hicugo Post. thing I have ever tried." Hargis'any i We will launder your spreads for

t Phanmcy.Kahn. : John Sheppard. Sidney like 15 cents uw.each Star and Lauudry.make them look WEEKLY:: WCIIKDLLI -A. :M.: Avery

w .1. Reid It in His Newspaper. FOR STEAM DIYISIO.NPKN8COLAKLECTUlCTKUMlJ :

;" George Schaub, a well known German Buy a
N' new garden hose ,
"
: The e :'SUfCKSSOR:; TO A VtRY'O"UUI.K. .
4 citizen of New Lebanon. Ohio. Happy Home Z/!
from the Willis Hardware HAlLWAY COMPANY.
; is a const int reader of the I)itonHe } IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

r i"olhtifllllJ. knows that th i, furnished home Marston Company.CASTOR, Tr lni leave feoBacolt tor the Liti I IBsyou
Klg HRTOQ. W Irrlnaton. n7 Yaw ,
paper aim to advertise only! the and tort Barrancas at i
:
$ Quina; can supply HARDWARE.
best in its cuumnaudwhen: he sawChamberlain's : you *1:50 s, m.arrive at Fort Harrancai T:15a.i 'IlOj

'U' +, Pain Halm advertedtherein with all needed in the way IA I a.m.arrive at Fort Harranca.l0c6 a.L I I
for lame buck, he did n<>: of house leup: .m.arrtvestVortaarreneas Ii5pc: I
ik : hesitate in buying a bottle of it f.>r furnishings at the For Infants and Children. e:1Sp.marriveatl'orlBarraocsa S\O: p. m. arrive fort harrancas 4:19 L( p D I I Iron, Nail, Axe, Hliovflin, l Kr.u Mi:.d ...eatnboat

week. lowest! prices cash credit dpa I8:00 :Supplies, Cooking and Heatu.. -' ,. P-iint. Oils
{ his wife, who for eight! had or p.m arrIve atForterrancas 0:43 ;.v 1 I .v r.
'f'> suffered with the most terrible pai: in \ to Kind Ycu Have Always Bong Trains 'ene Fort Barrancaitor Penn Window Ola-*', Guns, Pi-toN .1 t F II I'tckle.

J in her back and could get no tt-lief.\ Q116TCItI1'l. cola at

He says: "After u-ini b the Pain 'ear.110 ihp I'rj yHam .. BrtI Bears the I 7l5a ra. arrive at Hensaeola .._. IIOC' i, n i Agate and( rl'itiw are ana HouH'rirnisliiiii) (Joods.AGKNS .

: Balm for a few days: my wife *aid to' gg: Uittl., Ifof : ofJIO ::41guature ll-.uop%:00 p. m.m. arrive arrive at At Ferfacola..t'tn.acola.ll___ 26: j.n p.a i I \ FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL
COMPANVV1
'I feel 1 a* though born aueand + Feciacola _.
I' me. 5Wpm: ) arrive at t:&5 p o ,
before uingthe entire content 7:
: of the bottle the unbearable pain* '9:45: p. m.lfrn IoL Penncola.--: II B i: Wheel: Co., Laftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's K't -

had entirely vanished and she could SCHOOL l'I'I'LIES: satnrflayionlyFABE -ornine. Iron King and Buck Su.ves and Ranges, \Vm.

- again take up her hon*t'hold duties" # FOB WEEK DATS. ; Coups & Co... Raw Hide Lice Leather, Masury's

He i* very tnankful and hope that At C, V. Thompson's: 11 South ;% fen eniacola;cola to to Navy Fort Barrancas Yard ana and rtcrn return._. as.MH Made Railroad Colors.

r all full-ring likewie will hear of l'alahl. nllIslgnar..rell en cvety hot or :.-e If'U'JP Peniaeola to Palmetto Btach and reioro> .
her wonderful recovery. Thi valuable Brides the standard lines of stationery 1.3atll'eBrOn10-QuinineTbiets '' 3CSDAT IcaiDUDI.I Masonic Temple.) @ Pensacola Fla.

liniment i is for .ale by all druggist i we have in tints, with envelopes the niuedy teat caret cola la one day. I Wbroll weather permits tbe rnnclng o I -- '
11 and medicine dealers.lUlpuiim to match open coaches

I Iloyal C'ryt: Bond.: You will have pride m- -you owr 1! Lean sam Pencaoola Lv Fort ma Barraaii. m. I W. B. WRIGHT>> GOfflPfltiY

from the Son hern Woo lThi Hard's HolL\Ld Bond. dower gardens if they are on your 11 a. m. l) mIp.m II '" ,
are LI rIU1.A.un.: We roAiD can: f.Jt t:
Foreign Mail Etc.Arti i home and he can do it now, ai- I ip.m p.; a 'om; I 1, i\ \# MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
ts' though he \\ \
= Material. OfiSc Sup.plie may think otherwievery '' ip.m p m i

*. Memorandum Bor-k;:. Etc. : woman want a home of her* p, m. !lp.m i LATHS
LUMBER
/f All new and bright. own and if she will have! a talk with' 'pm. I p. m. TIT' ,
Thus. C. Watson rasa FOB iri DAT I '
& Co. tat
,
iT. tg-tr*U on wry box of the gene tLt. Rubber hose, all sies, leading Real Estate Agents, ,they I'eniacolato lard and re art urn Bar_aDo._;,_. l'Ia.__j >v (} SAWED CIPRESSSdiNGLES--KIiD'DriFd( f3JJ)

lir. Laxative BromoQuinineTbiet.tko ::an show her how easy it is to jre't P*.n.leela0 Palmetto ktaoh and II : .
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the Willis Hardware "'srn ______ u
itmedlUt cities a tell U we d-y. Co.'s. one j I --
FLA.t .
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; No freight received alter 1:11 p. D. --=-- PENSACOLA.



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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 7,1902. .- L

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One Person PALMA MAKES FRIEND MUCH FEELING EXISTSIN Don't Use



Tells Another OF RECENT ENEMY ANTHRACI1E FIELD ;t



ICiCT KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE. General Collazo Pledges Sup- Shooting at Stanton Colliery Stimulants I"


*n WIIIt.. Stale II InctMsInt .1 Ral- port to Government.EVOKES Incenses Miners.

ily-Sd there mutt b.Seatatblt>t

I. Merit Alt** All.
FAVORABLE COMMENTCuba's FEARED RIOTS MAY OCCUR '

rrru." W people always admit! It to bouy up weak worn tired-out stomachs. Spur a tired '* ; [1 I

fl.. flnd an article of merit. If President Has Adopted American Strikers Hive the Utmost Ccntempt ,

n'Ft:;,;i/,.jjers;:i 'Ie.,them too.good Thousands they want It bearcurative to Methods In Dealing With Neg for the Deputies and Iron Policemenand horse-for a moment he bounds forward, then drops. : :

**: ":.4 to the wonderfultFodo1DyspepsiaCure.. It ligent Officials-Cienfuegos Police Trouble Can Be Started at the Just so with a tired stomach. Stimulants forco : '
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bye! -r ad,ly: completely preparation digests'which; pos-any Force to Be Reorganized. Slightest Provocation. it to a brief unnatural effort. Then it collapses com- \ -

I'W'V: : New York. June 6.-General Enrique '
WilkeBbarre. Pa.. June 6-The shoot
one disf' I
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.:,I te jd'act you that some ofo r digestJt Colla/.o. the last man of prominence to ing affray at the Stanton colliery at pletely. It needs rest. ; I i

r iiy accomplish this result. oppose the presidency of General Pal. South Wil Mbarre last night in whicha

F"n.:; f-.r instance! When is found in the ma. has called on the latter cables the 13-year-old boy was seriously wounded By the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure your food is : I' I
1; .. Mnach. It is lacking
; .r Havana correspondent of The Tribuneand by coal and iron has
;;" 'at .'nt takes: pepsin and it helps policemen digested without the stomach's aid. It builds the body i
!
I"I.: I h .tFl'Mn; digests: only alhum- pledged him slueere[ support of the I stirred up this community more than I up

,." ;* .j"i I ;u.emeatandeggs.; May- government. General Collar was presented any other happening since the coal while the stomach gains fresh strength. Rest is nature's ; II
p of and lack to President I strike I
; -uty pepsin a Palma by Gonzalo begun; nearly four weeks ago.

cf', .. i I' .'f digestants. Then it I Quesada and they were together for a There is an ugly feeling among: thousands greatest tonic. It soon restores health. It is not necessary'I )
trouble with
the
j ,. : That's full hour, although; it is understood I; ot idle. The strikers have thl'i l I

,.." ..', :.'i;.vi'? ;'ie l irations.di cstants.They Kodol don't' that General Collazo holds to the same I, utmost contempt for the deputies andiron to diet. That only further weakens the system. Kodol I !

It'' views that caused his opposition to i,I police and trouble can be started I II
'.' rontainsthem all.
,.,' o.: ( : i iJ
'I"*. .-. -' .: d food you want. You I' President Palma. His action! in subordinating j i I I at the It ait provocation. The condi I Dyspepsia Cure will digest any kind of good, wholesome I

; : .t M diet. The feeling of these to his patriotism for :;; ton 01 the :boy remains critical

,' .. ... r < atinffi< immediately !! the interest of the country gives much I i I The (police were fortunate in getting! j I I II' food you want to eat. Cathartics afford only temporary

1. ;k i >1 Dyspcps-ia Cure. j jo. :! satisfaction to the friends of the president -'I' the four men who are accused of doing'' \ .
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..: .. .'' .bperaCure" at oncp.dyspepsia 1 can ,, and has evoked much favorable the shooting' :ali I ly away from the cob I'I'I relief. I i I

';, n. ; It." E. \\Wlamson: '. comment. I l lierv. A crowd of several thousand
:'t i
1 <. .in Its worst form and felt ', President Palma: has attended a ball 1: persons rfn>aned In the vicinity for j "I had stomach trouble of four years' ; ,

,- i'I.tIme<.! Las until rompUt I usrdKortt.ili cured at Guanabacea. across the lay from I hours after the shooting not aware I Made standing,"" says Geo. R. Colbath, Alpena, Mich., I j I

'rt'V. :&ylor.Ull.lardr&. ,i I Havana where General Collazo lives, I I that the men had! been quid!)' taken
I I I "which was so bad that at times I was forced
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and was enthusiastically received. It | from the place. There was also a I rr>

all Stomach Troubles. I i I was the first time since he became j throng at the police station at Dlld.\\ 1 0 Digest to abandon my business and stay in bed.

1'0.Cures. i:.C PE WITT&Co.. Chl aro.; i I president that he has left Havana. j; night waiting for the prisoners, but I At last I was induced to try Kodol Dyspepsia

'T' ,.'aln..%'i times the 5dc. sue. ''I The president has adopted American : men wire hurtled into the station so'I Food. Cure, from which I received immediate relief

II methods in dealing with negligent of- I quickly that the crowd could not get !II "
11TJT'Switch "ani SALVE :i I II and a few bottles effected a complete cure.
I .
ficlals. He has ordered dismissal in the men. At 8 o'clock today another j

A : r )r piles and skin diseases.illiifil ,!j the greater part of the Cieafurgos police I coal and iron policeman was arrested I II I' ,-- ,- -- ,
-- ---- ----- 1: force and has directed Its rorganizatkm. tor coming out of the Stanton colliery
1 I DR.MOPETT's Cures Cholera.lnfaDf
llrllllionv : This order i* the result of and nourishing a revolver in a threatening I'lolf'm'uptial Yacht. m,

5.1.U Miss totrox's fa I the carelessness of the police in !allow I manner. Ptolemy Philopater possessed a nuptial yR', j Diarrhoea.Dysentery the Bowel Trouble

.-\JVf\ come grudge or i I mu kidnapers of the Lopez boy to es I Sheriff Jacobs, of this county had a I II yacht the Thalamegon., 312 feet MI11sI I Children of Any Agt.of
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I long and 43; feet deep. A graceful gallery
The particularly busy time last night He Aids
xi
I cape. occurrence at Cienfuegos Digestion RtguUkJ
"\1 .'1 : }nu Mij>posi' caused It?" I probably will hasten the Increase of I I was called upon by several of the comi I supported by curiously carved columns rKTHING.POWDIRS)! the Bawds Strengthens, .

'1 (...\1:"' t:w l least: idea unless It the rural guards, which has been recommended I i panies to protect their property. Men I II ran round of Venus the vessel and,of and P.acchus.within p. Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, the Child and MakesTEETHING \
were temples .
EAST
11' .1 Lrr!: :v.Jftit: that occurred the j localities where \ i.-
seat to
by the chief were tome I
.1' executive. Her masts were 100 feet high: and her Or mail :25; ceaU to C. J. MOFFETT M. D.. ST. LOUIS MO. t I
ht :'nl': 1 1'.i.n'tl" I forgot that I had arl A trouble looked for prepared to'' I
delegation of was .
.
negroes hag waited sails and cordage of royal purple hue. (C'o/iimbif, t.a A119. %4, tNIt i
,, I '1,1 l ut-mpiitheiic bottle In inji I upon President Palma and asked that I' read the riot act. but this was not i Ill,. T. J. 3tOFFF.TT-Irar. Doftor: ll> uare your 1'0:1.1'111.,1't'dl.laff I I
loirtter) to o".Uttl, the
-- grand child trifle
happiest result The effects I
nl !Inl roke l his toe
; ,;wl.'t. : gouty their race be considered in the matterof t done. I were almost uaaghafandeertainlyuaoreeatieJaetorythau from any f}liny f
G. .r "-Bl::lawre HrralJ. I The coal hereabouts de- On the first indication of kidney JVT'.r."!"''*. J"r'eryJr"'V' ,",: N.KKV, I
the
appointment of officers! of the operators I trouble, stop it by taking Foley's (lute Bishop Southern Xethodist Church.) Pastor of ai. Paul Churrhf ,
rural guard. I I plore las night's occurrence, but they II Kidney Cure. W. A. D'Alemberte,
\1II'rl''I'.I,P. i feel that the coal and iron police can 121 S. Palafox. TIME TABLE. ;
''!1'1.1 kind o' worried about Josh," I-! BP)Ul1d Itrllrt.When I ,
not be held responsible for what may I
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501.1: Mi- t'orntosM'l. I Alihaham Lincoln was A young: I
take place. There have been many at LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD I
"If, swi.'t tu men l* iloia' purty : man his prodigious strength and his I The Beer
tempts made at arson. Hundreds ot. IS EFFECT DECEMBER 1. 11W1\ !
good." ri'j.niiiil hr husLand. skill In wrestling were matters of note I _
"I dull know about that His last I throughout central Illinois. Few Indeed 'I yards of fencing surrounding collieries New Orleans and Mobile. j

Ii letter say'.th.it: In- has gut to be a trusted : were the meni: ho could boast of have been burned by boys and young That Made i I -- ---, _

fmploj..... an', J'iliim. from the having laid him on his back.: men. The coal companies' officials so.e. so.- So.!. No.a.: I Nn.l. No.1, J
1:15 III 1:15m' 11:11.1 p I L .VlI.... Pl'nncola ._.Arrlv@ lflIl a I 1:1)1 p 9t IO ;
p
inrti-spaiws. thu-.' are the kind that nre I Somewhere along; in the thirties there hold the mine workers responsible: for I Aryl a a:37! p i 1ll'l a Leave_... 'Iomaton... Leave 9ai! a'' Y:80 p 7:2 P !,
alU-rs ('ttlll' Into diir>euu: ."-\\'a>h. was a cat-e on trial in one of the circuit I all the disturbance They argue that l1IJI a I:: p I :!:!i.'i a Leave .._._ Mobile ... ._ Leave L:81n'tl) III: : n 5oo p 't
DANNUI l S!tR r FAMOUSVICTORIA U .....__... ::::,p. 1:$} a Leave .New 'Irl..anll Leave A:1'1 p 7:5: 1\ _
!:..'ton Star. I courts in that section in whkh an effort -:I if the strikers wish to keep the peace : North. ----r
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was made to impeach the testimony I they should prevent their sons from J JSo.

\.iirood health uule.* the kidneys I of one of the: witnesses. The eii- I starting trouble. I I I
t' -uund. Foley Kidnev Cure -IS- L l"o. I. So. I No. '. !
.. .,. tne kidney j dente was conilictinc.! Some would The hearing of the accused policemen 1I:1 'i pm :!: ipin Leave .._.Pen'aeola..Arrive 4:00pm 5:0)am( :
W.
rifrht. A.
\<< .\,.:..!>Hte. 121 ,s.FoJey's Pabfox. i l-lif\e the witness on oath and others I has been postponed until this af 5:15 .m fI: 1p m Arrlve... Montgomery .Leave lltiam: :SP" ':
1159: a Dl 9u'i pm Arch'II. Birmingham: Ll'ave !Ia3 a m 1:1.16
-.. -- -- j would not.i ternoon. A small crowd surroundedthe 7:115) p m 3:1' a m ArClvII... Nashville Ll'ave ......... pm. II
i At last a middle aged; man with a determined -\ police station all morning. Extra 2$1 a Dl :II" m Arrive .... Loolavtile _Leave 9:15 p m YsS a-m I,
Honey and Tar I 7I) III Dl 1I:5 III m Arrive_ ..ClncinnatL. Leave 11:111 p m 11:1:1: p m i
expression of countenance MADE BY ACME BREWING: CO.11l.,41 ,
policemen have been deputized to keep 7tlam: ISi lpm Arrive .Ht.Loull.L@a\.e 1I pm 01:56pm
(urrHolds. prevents pneumonia. I I was called to the stand. The usual I
I the
peace.There PENSACOLA AND RIVER
10-CEXT: MOTTLE BEKK JUNCTION.
I
: touching the
question was put reputa
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was no change this morning IS: TOWN: I
I No. 21-Dalty No 8-D.lly' So stop where tlUI not shown So. I-Dlllity !No.DaUl I 1
veracity I so far as the strike of engineers! firemen --- t __ f
is concerned. President tDA.NNHEISSERBROS.AGENTS i1.57s.1 a m Leave ..._ Pensa oil.Arrlve 10:511 pm 1\:3a
PUBIIGITY FOR "Would yon believe! Lira on oath?" I and pumpmen 1:1i1: nIght 73" .. ..... Hohl'mla........ .a 10:81"' I 1I \:,," p..m 'I
Mitchell had nothing to give out. FOR THE CELEBRATED :!.'O" 1.1" ....... YDlt'stra....-. lI): I" 1\:01 h ;
"No I wouldn't. he answered and L:2.t 7.11 ....._.sc.mbta.; ...._ 11.3. 'I 11.5': .. ,
THE PEOPLE. before the lawyer ou the opposite side The sheriff called on President 1 7s.: :: ... .... biulaL _. 10:8 5:45 "
Mitchell today for the purpose of enlisting I I. f, Harper toleiI Itio1.. :: :. :: .. ... ..... Harp ..... .n..... :: 10..1: :: 6.H: :
I could interpose he pave his reason: 1,50 7-Si .........vttCity! ......... 1It7 i
: i "I heerd him braggin onct-thnt he'd the aid of the national strike I Main House-401 S. Palafox street. I::;i :: 1.'tJ: :: : ._......, ...1 ton .... ..._. :: 111.11)10:15: :: 5:511 : _;
t.\ery hord Coots \ on a Cent leader in preventing any further overt IIII! am..... .. .8 .....Uood Rao ge ...... ..,.. 4:55 E
and Every Word is Head I throwed Abe Lincoln in a fair an'I R.R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depoti 1:5- :n" -.... .... Helts... .._?. 11:3.1" 1\1) "
I I square rassle." acts upon the part of the Idle men i, P. O. Box 231. Pensacola, Fla. !:5':O" '1$1" ..n..... o111llIau: ....._ .. II::>) tll If 1
H\ Eaerbody. : and boys.Ir.. Mitchell assured the Phone 1162t:8.It's 2:;tl.' 5:38 ..........'restview......_ II:13" 4:10 .a ;
- No other witnesses were called. The 8:,)\ 451 ... -.IeerLand ...._ MfIJ": 11\1" : :
.
-- : -=;.;... + i attempt to impeach wasJsuccessful.- sheriff that he would do all in his pow 3;::1" 11:10" Mossy lead 81 If gp5 If i i i

MOM'r O L1NI). | Youth's Companion.A er to have the men keep the peace 1 4:18 1)8") 11:41:'I.i"II "" _.DeFuniakbpringa.........Argyll' .....!_ "" "Tal":Ii" 2:11"!:.. II J;. ,!

.. ----..-... and that the striking miners would be a Mistake t"I' 1I: 7' ... .Ponce d" Lt'on..... 7:29 2:13"
T i I. I \S-' in household '! .... 6:00" 1 1:10' .. ..W ltvllle......_ T:17" lay "
MoNK :. .-." -.'". and all kinds lurnl'I'I brt"nl'nnl... asked to help guard the company prop 5'\1 111:15') .. .... l"arY\'lIle.._ 1:1: II IU: II
aoael! p-..p..-. i.rm- easy Mt lctl'.t A certain Boston hotel man tells this erty from destruction. 6 53 1'1:$1' ... ....._.nonday_.?.._ I\M a. I I::7 If f
' *->TI'c :AppiyioA.A.kisber.! I 1I'M.a' tr':11" ,....._ t.blpley: .. ..... 1\:81 a, 1:111" {
-. .' ,., good tory at his own expense: 1\:3>) 1111" ... .Coltondale....._ "
nt i !k4. siN1) .t I IM" First-Class Western Beef Is .. 511 i 1I1: : noon :
I When a small boy on the farm, his Inafraid."Colonel. 711)' 115" ..........Ianallna .._.... 1\:1.1 II 12:11"
7:3 If 11'4.5 II _.l.ypr..sl.......... 11:31" 11:13 j.
.I ", improved real *!- !; folks often bent him to the neighborsto ." said the fair grass widow, Not 25 Cents a Pound. 7w" 11:5'. ....Uranct Rtdge...,, 6.35: 11:12 a If lIS !
't--. .1. ta amounts at lowr when their hens : 1:51 a. 1. IJ.'i .. .... Hnead .. ....._ .
I .:. ...fiv. -' buy a dozen eggs "supposing you and I were cast away : noon I --- fiI": In;e) ;
.ttur..y at ..." ,' ,i.Mstie a0j Ht.E., :Fisher rooks.I | failed to lay enou h. upon a lonely island, would you be ,, -- 8ti": 1:15": Arrlve..Rlvt'rJuncUon _Leave 6:111" ]e9): 1 I

I lJl.lhIlU ___ SnilniAll I lie noticed that the old farmer always -I happy?" i Look at our Prices : I, --- f J
I -
-.:\ T"-ii.t5--I- !, held each egg before a lighted; I "Yes," he answered dodging around I La.tyear. Now + =OOLAYa t; CHOICEST I! I 1 1f
|: i
on i':\a h',.-'?,, 4.V co need money,ant? i candle and esamiiu-d it carefully. In the rubber tree "I wouldn't ever need Extra Loin. .. . .15c to ISc 20c

'to-day Y"b.ouT"-. '"'", el.a..)Aunt lowest you rates ]I, his innocence of Yankee shrewdness I to be afraid when we went out strolling [Round ... .. .. .. 15c; loc: Grist and Corn Weal Rills OF
ntrl .
.tatl'-trom u !'- .'.".., tnprovedcity real the boy supiwsed that this was prompted I together there of meeting a preacher | Brisket and Chuckv lOc I
u L. .
%'Ji; bouthPala-: ... . .
RIb Roast
llIIr".I. In tl_ I tIt II more by honesty and intention to or a justice of the peace looking fora Rump .. . .. . 15c loc; lSc 15c |R. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop i, f FRUITS ANOCONFECTIONERY( Y i I
detect whether the eggs; were bad or 'job.' "Chicago Recordherald.Judgment : I I I
YOU: W\\ :
I Im..t mall': ;....|I' BOKKOW MONEY 1 Considering quality, above prices j Manafactcrert

ecrrat4tra. ,. t, "f.. .,n Jfe. buy your or pr0p-rty sell real pro-I'S1& I, not.One day however, when he counted Proof. ': are cheaper than in any other city of CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GHOtND -AT- ,

r.: t, ..at't-t.4'! pr"p 't'"+ fll any descrlptlon have his egos; according, to custom, there I IWt'l'I' Ascum-I confess I was surprised to ;! this size in the country. STOCK FEEl
taxes attended We have
your to do to for
i pay more our Patronize Home Industry, for there ti C. APOSTLE'S
CI..I it...'w l-"ta'"r ra.t 1\1I1'I -., Tboa. C. Watson t Co. i only eleven in the basket i hear of your marriage; thought you meat; and have to charge more every reason yon should your Meal and i :: t 1!
.
i" a [ I''a moderate-.surance agents.. To Pensa-j i With determination not to be cheat were a confirmed old bachelor than formerly, but it isn't our fault Stock Feed from the Home Manufacturer, I
"' "IJJ\. a .,,- : everyone ed the lad trudged; proudly! back to the I'm in business for I for by so doing you encourage borne indus 14 East Grant St. '
;to ":.1-1 m. QJ we will lend money : Oldbache But and we are selling as low as we possibly try. Your money Is left In the community ;
ub
j a house. Hd-t I house and quickly made known his myself now.scumWell. can. and yon In tarn are Indirectly benefited '
l
In fostering! the home manufacturer yon Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand I
)l \1.1; I t ll.l' 11'AN'FJII.: discovery."Oh I \ ? 1 PARLOR MARKET contribut@ to the cause of labor. You owe
i ," said the oH:! farmer, "that's all Oldbache-Well, I had to have a wifeIn I I It to tbecommunlty which! yon live and i One:: car-load of Pineapples at '1.75I

\r\\r! -\t. to -learn barber trade, i, right;; my boy. One of them has a double : whose name I could put my proper- Phone 173. .J nn. S. Jell & Son. which contributes to your support I to 2.00 per dozen. r t

'. "urgraduntPS, We want yolk."-Dostotv Record.Nrcklarm.. Philadelphia! Press. t '
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prep cation ever otTl'rt'd,1| I
., par. you for fly: weeUy I !'ca .

I. 1 t> Moler liarber College j.tf i I curious Pretty "sea nearly rutlles every"one or has"sea seen" necklaces the When tne how- House

1''I'U'l1t_ found els are consli- F. E.Brawner'sOne.Plice aCash 11
; which are plentifully on sTEeETFR'
\ -. -"'- ............... --_-_-. ocean beaches. These are the (' ItcaSt'S O becomes pare the impure.blood iiI
( l iV tEIEBAATEn
-. ''i.< elv! farnisued rooms at J of the sea snails. They consistof Tile Bitters is
.ag street. alttt | the best known
---.----- a number of small disk shaped envelopes laxative and
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V _. mVaiu -.l. attached aloe? a sort of stem 3. \ blood purifier. .CUT PRICES IN TWO !
__ It
\ ; I the biggest of them being in the middle ;; cures ... . ;
{\ -P:11
\ \ tjooil solicitor, will I In each envelope there is a little -< Sick Heacache J .

J..1> ruus.lonto MM office. rljjkt one mitt-\\-1 spot of thinner material, which the .;.:.... '-_ 'y Indigestion, I 10n) yards Dress Swisses, worth 6c''I'' 20 dozen Ladle: Lisle Thread! I II 60 pieces Medicated 24-inch Cotton i

young break through when they are 1 '" I yard, 10 yards for 30 cents.: I I I Vests, worth 3-5 cents! yours for 20 Diaper, 10yards: in a piece, worth I :

\r.\sn. -\ll kinds ol empty beer !I ready to be batched. When the female t Dyspepsia, I ;: cents. Soc, for this sale, 60c. I f
bOltl1 I ;
H. A..KBIIDMAJ*. noT tf I and 1000 yards Dress Dimity, worth I
-- ,t gasteropod is about to lay she buries and Men's collars 100 dozen Ladies' Fast .
Malaria, Fever 1 ';lCt 10 yards: for 45 cents. I I inoo Boy's : Black. Fall !
I 'Oil i" ,t1.L. herst-lf in the sand, from the surface i broken sizes: to close out at 3 each. Seamless Hose regular lOc goods, I .
].'''1: r&e I,i of which the "necklace" of eggs is STOMACH Ague. I j 2000 yards: bleached yard wide Domestic I for this sale, 674C a pair; 4 pair for I
most desirable lot In ,
I
Sand
.
: I 10 for 45; cents. 200 Ladies' Madras! and White
It ." l Pay terms, by the Fisher I j !gradually extruded.: Being thus set ITTER will convince yards I 25c. (
.
.
1.1; : .\gel1e7If;, booth Faiafoxl you. Waists, worth 75c and $1, to close at f
adrift and the elements as
to
: alm I exposed 2000 yards: unbleached Sea Island 45c.j 100 dozen Men's Seamless Half ,
,I well as to devouring enemies few of yard wide Domestic 10 yards for 45 I Hose, in brown, red and black, for !I'f5c .

.' POl.'I.rHY_ I the' eggs are ever hatched but those I cents. i 50 pairs! Lace Curtains, 2'-' yards: a pair .
_ }
C;\,. - -- -- j'I which do come into the world safely PROFESSIONAL OASDS. I long, regular 75c; goods: to close at
25 dozen Men's French Hi
.. '51H BROWN LEUHOR 2000 yards Embroideries, regular Dropped
,
\ > \ i and survive doubtless live to a very 45c. .
tock and Eggs for sale.tR'IIIisHardwareCo'sf Stitched Under Shirt I
worth 40c to
'I i price 7Jto S,1.2c, 10 yards for 45 cents. i
great ace. W. C. ROWE, M. D. 25 dozen Large Turkish Bath T'w- close at 25c each. Drawers to match. 1 f

11 A IIIMl" (.()OD,.... I I How to Avoid Trouble. 11(0) yards Dress: Pique and Ducks, els, worth $2, will close: at $1.20. 30 dozen Men's Fancy Cf
Striped
Office: 17; S. Palafox.Honrsfrom3toe:80a.m.and 10 and 12ic, 10 yards for 85 'f
i :O.\R\H BEIK E-M.naf.ctarr : Now is the time to provide your- 20 dozen 2ls58-inch Bleached Lace Under Shirts, 45c each. Draw
11'a : d ,,160! 111 Hair Uondi. H.t..Toilet self and family with a bottle of !! 1 to 3 p. m I cents. Towels for this sale, at SOc dozen. ers to match. .t J
:.."" -rOiletc.IK> W. Government 1 and after 7 o'clock. I
i-- Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and 1000 yards Dress! Cross: Bar, worth 35 dozen 28i42-incb Towels, rez-: 2 dozen Ladies' Black and Colored 'J

1 '" Diarrhoea Remedy. It i is: almost 3Plion.o OS. 8c,10 yards for 50 cents. ular lOc goods: for this sale, 90c Bilk Tafletta Waists! regular: price '
1WCP.i For Kuneral dozen. $3.50 to close at $2.20 each. E
.. I
be needed before the
..... certain to sum- 25 dozen Ladies' Bleached Vests,
,
F '* -s'OlTKUJ ..VLri niilheaM mer is over, and if procured now CURE YOURSElF I IVrnKlfd 1 I with tape in neck, 5 vests for 25 600 yards White Batiste Lawn, This gale will positively not rna I
a'\ ":<"I, rnboaqnet orspeclalde8lgni may save you a trip to town in the for nnmtnra! cents. regular 12H quality. 10 yards: for 5c. for longer than one week.
: "i* Moreno, 823: West .. ;
nfl
t:..:::'." Gregory'Mlm'TT night or in your busiest season. It 1i ImtttioM iKh r or alcerttioDi min Opn (
is everywhere admitted to be the M .Uicw o( mucous membrene., f
l-'L\VEHI'oj. most successful medicine in use for ..tech c..te i.s. Painless. and not astriv
--- nnlra11IOIWIcLCa gent orpoiaonoalrassn E. BEAWNEK'S ONE-PKICE CASH HOUSE
--- bowel complaints both for children a. :
C l '"WER-i .. bU y Dr gtit1, .
and Floral ,
M, 1101 teslgniMlw and adults. No family can afford to or sent In plain wrapper, ,
"Sis ordered for QLL
.tte Moreno customers be without it. For sale by all drug- by sprat, propel Col
ftjae 828 West Gregory.39d1m gists and medicine dealer Cutilar 11.00 or 1 seal bottlet.a H : .p t0u; SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.r @



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x I THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY. JUNE 7, 1902i

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rmrnxml. HELD FOR THERE IS HOPE FOR EVEN MUSICALE "Stro est t in t the '\\'orldr' ,


Politics and SUCH AS HAVE CLiMPSES

The 424 Annual Statement for

Entered a& the Post Office at Feneacola, J MURDER OF THE DARK VALLEY.. JUNE 9 AT THE UNIVERSALIST Ending December 3Ur, IDOl Year of
_rift.teeond-clMi matter. t, I

F orncE :-rut'i umiaing. 211 Booth I! Politicians.Encouraging I CHURCH-PROCRAM.
jj
falAioi itreet, op-italrs. I Yesterday afternoon from 3 to 6 l THE f [EQUITABLE

3' 6 o'clock the office of Justice Wolfewas
1 THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. PAINE'SCelery Solo (Selected)-Miss Cawthon.
-:. :a. -It :JIi crowded with a number of ne- LiFE ASSURANCE f
' I. B. HILBON, Managing Editor. Vocal Duett, "Love On"-Mr. SOOIE1Y

i 1; W. H. BALL, Easiness: Manager. reports come to Gen- groes listening to the preliminarytrial Hawks Dorr and Miss Beatrice ,

jgy eral Lamar's friends from every of Alma Creusbaw for the Assets ".. ."...".. . :l.O&i.i+ :1f 1

I Terms: Invariably in Advance. county in the district and the out- murder of Jessie Hawkins! at Gould- CompoundThe White. Reserve and other Liabilities

OB*Ylllr by Mall.___..._ 00 Recitation, Selection From Whit- I .... ....... .... . 239.S; :
s eizMonlbi .____ IiO look is bright for his election by a ing last Sunday. Nearly all who attended .573
comb Reily Mr. A. D. Pulliam. -
On Week,by Carrier Payable Monday 10 good majority in the first primary. the trial, either as witnesses' Medicine that Saves Life Surplus(from which Dividends .
Miss Cawthon. .. .
Selected
} Bolo ( are paid 7} I\-j
Ii"
Advertising Rates Furnished on Application He is looking to Escambia countyfor spectators, were country negroes. = =
's Violin Solo (Selected Ii@ Evy-
a good big majority to help in the The testimony as developed was and Restores Lost Health.A Paid to Policyholders in

E TELEPHONE NO. 118.PEHBAOOLA lin Heine. 1801." .....,...... ..$ 27 7h.52
y general result, and bis friends here about the same as told in these col-
merciful Providence still keeps Solo (Selected)-Mr. Garfield. New Insurance in 1901. .| 2t&!ll.: r;
A4 say they are going to give it to him. umns the day after the killing. the spark of life in thousands of Total Insurance in force
I The fit- Recitation Selection From Walt
wasted and feeble bodies. ,
utvlON Lti5 l's They are thoroughly organized and Alma Crenshaw had warned her ful, flickering spark will burn with White. Dec. 31, 1901"$1 i79.i7c-';
Whitman-Miss Olga
: ac the campaign is being magnificently husband to keep away from a certain decreased power as the hot days of Notwithstanding the /greater fi! ;1\.
i I summer approach. There is still Solo (Selected-Miss Nellie Rob- cial strength of the Society am i j
JUNE managed. I house and a certain woman. hope for even those who are now greater security which its p ;.
, 7,1902.TAMPA'S of the dark val- holders thereby enjoy, the
; He was disobedient and she got catching glimpses erts.Solo R\Tfx
G Campaign plans are being formu- !; ley. The use of Paine's Celery Compound (Selected)-Mr. Dorr. are LOW and GUARANTEES -;-',?
G jealous. The "green-eyed monster"manifested the month of June ter than given by other ..
municipal election agonyis during COn..1I;
lated by both factions of the Escam- ; Solo (Selected) Miss Cawthou.
( itself altogether too will at once arrest the progress of
and the result, a "clean [
over
bia county democracy, and from' wasting diseases. It will strengthen Admission 60 cents.
sweep" for the "good government" strongly for her to withstand, and, the weak and inflamed nerves, rid I KNOWLES BUGS.

element, may well be taken as a"sign" what I can gather, this bids fair to I going to bunt for her husband last the body of morbid waste material, McDnffie's Turpentine & ,

for similar results elsewherein be the warmest baby in the bunch. | make the blood pure, and give Suet PlasterIs General
Mutton Lung Agents,
1 Sunday, found him at the objectionable -
healthy action to the stomach, liver,
. : Pensacola, for example. It will be the most vigorously con- i[ and Nervousness a certain cure for whooping cough, ,
kidneys. sleep-
' -- -- house, and in the same place works while 309 8. Palafox St., PENSAi i
I: tested campaign in the history of les ness, rheumatism; neuralgia I easy and comfortable,
"Seymour had the enmity of I j was the woman Jessie Hawkins.The liver and kidney troubles quickly you sleep. I

always-and won. Tilden Escambia county in years, and there I I vanish when Dr. Phelps', marvelous 25 CENTS. I
Tammany fl 'ht took place. Jessie Hawkins FISH CHOWDER
brought Tweed low-and was made I' won't be an untraveled cross-road or I i ; prescription i* u ed. Mr*. Alice Sold by John sheppard, 405 S. Pal- '
/
received a fatal blow on her Terry Wood, 515 Highland street I} afox street.
and elected president. cattle trail in the Campaign j
governor county. I -------

FT Cleveland was luted by Tammany, speakers will invade every settle- j temple, causing a clot of blood toi I'''I Helena"I can, Mont.say to, says all:-that I believe IF YOU ARE BY THE SEA SHORE t tAt

V' and the West and the whole coun- form on the brain, which aided in I I. Paine's Celery Compound a great
in the and I of the i (
try helped to make him president; ment county am and produced death. II I medicine. I should have been In' LOOKING FOR BARCAINS

twice because of the enemies he had opinion that very nearly the full i, I I my grave if it hadn't been for the | i the Santa Ros & ti
Justice Wolfe found ample ;,
wonderful curing virtues of the Con -
made," says the Utica Observer. I democratic vote of the county will establishment, the -. '
grounds to hold the woman for I pound, and I can say to all who are I i
be polled at the July primary. : tired and run down, to try it, and. For the next ten days I will sell Frank Maura, will give ..' ,
WHEN Armour & Co. offered to murder in the first degree and therefore they will find relief at once. 3'y
dressed beef for the Indians trouble was general weakness, lac you any article now in stock at a celebrated fish chowder.s:
furnish With five such representative and I committed her to jail to await I *
t i of appetite, and heart trouble. I discount of :25 cent from the
at fS.::1 per hundred, either they did per reg- day at 6 o'clock p. m. "
I
the action of the She
influential democrats to work in I grand jury. have taken four bottles of Paine'sCelery |
not consider the possibility that the I I Compound and feel like a ular price. Think of it-you will shore beach. The stean"
I will be allowed bond.
trust might raise the price to all; or each of the twenty voting precincts j not new person. Now I have a good appetite -! save $i5 on a diamond ring or pin, prise will leave Palafox v

x else there wa an understanding that of Escambia county as those appointed do all of my work, and feel i I' I
Mothers' Mothers: Mother: well." I where at regular price it would cost 2:30 p. m. every Sunday : _
the price to general consumers on the executive committee I
i How many children are at this reason feverish I, $100. See; you save 2:) cents on
should be raised" to make up for loss I Ion of the Democratic League, and constipated, with bad stomach i I Foley's Honey and Tar

the low bids. But it doesn't and headache. MotherGray's Sweet Powders every dollar's worth you buy. Now ne opiates and can safely t IJ.

matter which.I ____ I there can be no doubt as to the re- ; children will alwRYb cure. H worms ACTION FOR is the time to buy your diamonds or to children. W. A. D"'A! '
121 H. Palafox street.
democratic
suit of the primary July i are present they will certainly removethem.
watch or any other article in stock
THE Times Union and Citizen At all druggists. 25 ctt. "samples I --
i
K approves 1 i. These five members in each i -- -- -- --
ii i mailed l REJo:. Address Allen S. Olnmed, : very cheap. Call and examine !
our suggestion that one of I precinct are earnest party workers, i LeRoy,N. Y. DIVORCE j 134 134 134 134 134
the items of new expenditure made goods. Rememberthis offer is for .
and when the returns come in it will "iE err. '
possible by the payment of the In- THE PENSACOLA CONCERT -- I! only ten days. No trouble to show I
I
: dian war claim should be a gov- be found that the membership of ;! BAND WILL GIVE A DANCE AT i' 134 -S-| 134
After being married to John A. goods. J. I. STEPHENS,
ernor's mansion, and indicates approval the League, through their efforts, i MAGNOLIA BLUFF TUESDAY c:= AndHSOn'S Telep olle.

of our other suggestion that a I will have increased until it becomes I!, NIGHT.: TICKETS AND TRAINS Williams for twenty-nine years, 112 South Palafox street. It 111 for Public Use 134
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well-equipped bureau cf immigration SAME AS FOR THURSDAY: Mrs. M. E. Williams wishes to be TRY IT'
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an invincible power in political i Ketealg a Great Secret.It f t.'J ; .
Y
should be included in the list. SIGHT CONCERTS.
campaigns-but it will be the power ____ _n__ legally separated from him on account is often asked how such startlingcures 134 134 134 134 134
Comment by other state newspapers; of his alleged ungovernable that puzzle the best physicians
ie earnestly invited. of the people, and not of any party I are etfected by Dr King's New Dis- I .
THE K. I. KaCELEBRATION and this ,
temper morning filed
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boss: : or riag. I covery for Consumption. Here's the I'
THE American Congress on Tuberculosis through!, her attorney, C. M. Jones, a I secret. It cuts out the phlegm and I None Better *

j ha; officially and authori- I germ infected mucus, and lets the j I'
The East End Democratic bill of divorce setting forth these '
Club I life-giving oxygen enrich and vitil-' ,
declared that
tatively : "tuberculosisis
ize the blood. It heals the inflamed,
grounds. i
will hold another j Than the Best !
an acute infectious disease, and interesting meeting I cough-worn throat and lungs. Hard

recommends the enactment of laws next Tuesday night, at which The papers were filed with the i I :colds and stubborn coughs soon "

for its prevention, and the registration time addresses will be made I county clerk today and an action in j 'yield to Dr. King's New Discovery,
by The K. I. K. Mystic:; Associationmet I' tV <
the most infallible for all
I remedy [
\'tl 1 of all cases, and disinfection of prominent speakers. The East End'I list night and arranged all the chancery was made of the matter i I''Throat and Lung diseases. Guaran- II

premises occupied by its victim The aggrieved wife, in her petition, teed bottles 50 c and fl.OO. Trial i BUFFALOBaking
club is not of campaign mushroom i i
details for Fourth of
a grand July
The disease, thus defined, should be bottles free at W. A. D'Alemberte's,
listed among those to be regarded as growth. It did not spring; up in a I picnic Magnolia Bluff. to Judge Reeves says that her life !I 121 South Palafox street. ,

dangerous to the general public, to I night to die with the primary elec The orator of the day will be Hon.C. has been anything but happy ; to use I :For biliousness- -use--Chamberlain's- PowderIS

the end that adequate protection I tion. It is an established club. It I Moreno Jones and among the I her owu words, has "btcome a bur 'Stomach & Liver Tablets. They i
; it be insured. :cleanse the stomach and regulatethe
against may den" from her husband's i !
has been in existence: for a long time ungovernable -
-- prominent speakers will be :\Iessrs'l) liver and bowels, effecting 'a'' THE: BEST !

'The primary plan is the only ones I and it will continue to flourish and I Mallory, Lamar, Myers, Beard fits of temper. j ,quick and permanent cure. For '

that will give every white man in I grow through many campaigns to : tin, Clopton, Coston, Fillinsmn JJtf-1 The action will be heard by Judge j :'sale dealers.by all druggists i ana medicine

Alabama who believes In the principles Reeves one month hence.

? and will support the nominees I come. I others. i I' Brotherhood picnic at Kupfrian'sPark
-
of the democratic There will be all sorts of entertaining -
party absolutely Candidates for state offices have \ McDuffie's Witch Hazel Monday, June 'J.
equal power and influence with : i features, including a voting con- Foot Healer is one of the finest '

every other white man," says the ; until June 10 to file with the state I II I test for the most popular candidate I baby powders known, cures prickly'heat : .BANNER, SALVE

s Mobile Register. And yet, there j committee notice of their candidacy.Until I for and gives instant relief. the most healing salve in Ov world
congress and for the legislature 25 CENTS.Bold .
white men, both in Alabama and that date it will be known I Ipositively
are j not by John Sheppard, 405 t;. Pal- ,
I the day's sports to begin with a' THK "SANTA UOSA
V in :Florida, who are not satisfied J that all the candidates afox street. KSTAULIfcllMKNT'Bathing
I IatlU.IHlSG; ""
grand street parade Iu a. m. &;:!
with the prospect of such a result. :_ I & r
are now in the field. THE
What they want Is a plan that will I PENSACOLA CONCERT: in the warm gulf waters is

give a few absolute and unlimited II FRESH YARD ECCS WANTED. j BAND WILL GIVE A DANCE AT conceeded to be the finest In the Guaranteed Absolutely PureIt
t Remember that the registration MAGNOLIA BLUFF TUESDAY world. Everything pleasure with
power over the many. Bring them all to Nick Apo-tie's i i safety. Good board and lodging, by I
---- I II books for the primary election will NIGHT. TICKETS AND TRAINS I .
I ;
Restaurant. the day or week. Luncheon promptly makes delicious 1 bisrurfins. -
be open in each precinct next Thursday -I SAME A8 FOR THURSDAY served at all hours day or night. I etc.

HON. FRED T. MYERS Friday and Saturday. See I APPRAISERS OF BAUER j tESTATE NIGHT CONCERTS. CHARLES n. BTKTON, You can prove thib:
I ----- I 2in-tf Manager. KUFFAiOatrial.

that your name is on the books, and I Filthy Temple in India. ,
QUALIFIESSecretary I'I'dOIl't APPOINTED! __ n __ OSC A ;r' E "A
h fail to Sacred cows often defile Indian ,
I pay your poll tax by __ i n Telephone net. a'- '
temples, but worse yet is a body:
July 5.John. Appraisers of the estate and stockof I that's poluted by constipation. I I
I Dou't permit it. Clean-e your PV-i
i A. H. D'Alemberte of the late Fred Bauer at Warrington tern with Dr. I L JALI& A.
King's New Life Pills NE\V
G. Ward, West; Florida'scandidate : .. ..
. '; the congressional committee of the ': have been appointed, and yes- \ and avoid untold mi-ery. They'give V'
for railroad commissioner; lively livers, active bowels
X third district, this morning received I terday qualified before Judge Mc- good digestion flue !1
has; gone out on a tour of the state to appetite. Only
Fred T. I notice of 25 cents at W. A. D'Alembertes' SHEET MU SICe I = BICYCLES
Hon.
:I from flyers: ,,I let the democratic voters know that Cullagh for their duties which cotn- { drugstore, 121 rt. Palafox. I,

?Ai I \ t his candidacy for congress' and a he wants their support. menced today. j

check for 52-10::! to pay assessment to I I THE POLITICIAN. If you want a nice present to give,
Fi I tiny VrarH of Popularityis to a friend, go and look through the I 20c = ,""v"VVVVV V'

I inure having his name placed on i I Brotherhood picnic at Kuprian'sPark I the record of Painkiller ( Perry elegant line of suitable articles at1 I

I the official ballots.':- ,I Monday.: June 'I._ Davis'), but the shops are full of imitations something J. I, Stephens to, please.you surely you.can If find I I p.n COPY c I Big Stock All Kinds.:

,II made to ,sell upon the great want in the you
I Whooping Cough. j anything Diamond fine !
NOTICEYou j reputation of the genuine; be cautious be sure to see him before you buy. t For Six Days Only S All Prices !
:1 j My little Ion had an attack of j,
therefore, when ask for
I are hl'rebnotified that the '! you a P/ny-Balmim Stops the Tickling, I
.I lodges of }o'1. of Pensacola I bottle to !see that you get thA zeiiu-1 I IUd 0aiatr adrrs illJWullW4QC LD u.''VWI. ATPENSACOLA

I berlain's Cough Remedy we would ,' will celebrate at Kupfrian's Park, ine. An unfailing remedy for !j ---- j [EDISON r PHJNOGRPPH; } !

J II; have a serious tim- of it. It also I]I June 23. is coughs, colds, bronchitis. I| The man who owns his own home MUSIC CO'S *
.: saved him frorr several attacks of Everybody cordially invited I I insures himself against lots of i

t'loup.-H. J. I"TRll"I'F.\II.X.: editor I to participate.Done MILCH COWS FOR SALE trouble and worry. Nobody can f fraise Music
Free
J I \VoTld-Hfrtilt1 Fair Haven. Wash j by order of I hu rent, and the rent day has 37 S. Palafox St. With! Each Machine

Fortlale by all druggists and medi-j I no terrors for him. It's
WM. T.Y 1.'")R. i OR EXCHANCE j easy to own I ia
cine dealers. I home uow-a-days. Thos. Fishing Tackle,
J C. '
: C. H
f ALSTON, D. D. 0. M. i i t
Watson & Co. can tell how
FOR DRY CATTLECall you ,
: .. FRANK SECARI'S BATH HOUSE : Secretarv. i iAsk i i I easy it i'. Call and &ee them.CABTORI.A.. ;' .----. Base Ball

tl !\. ----- Your healer \lItn'.I-'IIII.EallP, !! at 10s West Cnas street and La Norma Tennis

Deep water sea bathing night or A pow der for the feet. It cures Swollen,
, : i day for white people only. Special Hot."allourbiDIt.. Hwt-ating t"ept.l'orDs ; iijlOtGEO.. W. TURTOX, JR. j Blpaw. # # _'
i and Hunlon- +
At ml drug lbtl and shoe Ping Pong.
: compartment for ladies, with lady at- stores.Sic. Ask lodny. 01 I I
': i tendant. Neatest, best and cleanest' I Of All Hot Weather Enemies I j --- --

t F bath house in the city. Baths 5 of humanity cholera is the worst. Thos. C. Watson Big Repair Shop!
: cent FRANK SW.\RI. I What ; & Co, : LEIS BBAR E & CO S :
Humors
Cor. Cevallos and Zurlgo St* are Treatment to be effective must be the leading Real Estate Agents,take I
prompt. When vomiting, purging ) all the worry oil the shoulders of the Can Repair any old thing'/
bad taste in They are vitiated or morbid fluids coursing and sweat announce thai the dis-! owners! of I II
Of what does a your the veins and property, manage the : i I A ud fit
to
affecting the tissues. ease is combat it with Keys any old lock'
mouth remind you? It indicate present Perry renting of their; houses and the col- :
; Ibey are commonly due to defective DavU' Painkiller. All bowel I
digestion troubles
in bad condition lection of their :
. 'I stomach is rents as conscientiously
New
that your but are sometimes inheritd. like diarrhea, cholera morbus'and 5=cent Cigar.
, and will remind you that there as they would themselves. '
'v t it nothing so; good for such a disorder How do they manifest themselves? dysentery are overcome by Pain Their charges are very reasonable. i F. B. Bruee
as Chamberlain's: Stomach & In many forms < f cutaneous eruption, killer. It is equally health-promot- -- --- I IL ,

1.1 Liver Tablets after having: once salt rheum or rci..ma, pimples and boils, tug in all climates. i I the latest! I Try It Buy It I
used them. They cleanse and invigorate and in weakness, languor genera debility. La L forma l L. Hear & Co'sadvertisement 15 8. Palafox.

.. the stomach and regulate How are they expelled' By Elegant china closets, I in ---------- --- .
For sale ..t 25 cent* per another column. I --- -
bowels. I
the sideboards and leather-
y
:. box by all druggists and medicine Hood's Sarsaparilla I Garden tools in endless All kinds of chairs and

dealer seat chairs at Marston I The finest line of sterling silver i| j jzood variety and at rock-i
which also builds up the system that has bottom ,rocking chairs at Jllarston
and silver
novelties is to be
y Subscribe 10 the NEWS II c per suffered from them. Quina's Lcw prices; easy found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices! to jl,prices at the Willis Hardware $<< Quina's. Prices are very

q week. I It is tie test n.fdlclLe for all humors. I I payments. I please all. j Co.'s. low.!




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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA! SATURDAY JUNE 7.1902.

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O'NEAL, President; F. C. > ,.
IORTON
Cashier
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"..I.BIOS EE.Vice.Pruldent; C on d en.e d Statement of the M. E. CLARK Ais't Ciihier.rc THE WEATHER( m. i i\



AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF TODAYLOCAL R.HALUDAY&OX '

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PENSACOLA FLORIDA AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS A Y 27, 1902. FORICAsr-'air i .. !
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and Sunday -
RESOURCES. ; light easterly southeaiterly winds i I I

and D -count!;...... ...... ...... .... 1507,303.02 Capital Stock ....LIABILITIES... .... ............... .... Extraordinary Bargains in r 7
: 120000000
ftjralt: *, -.. ., .."....:......... .......... 1,233.82 Surplus Fund... ...... .... .... ........ .... 10,000.00 Temperature in Last 24 Hours:

?.! Bonds and Premium .... 8O.2 O.00 Net Profits.................. .... ..... .... 7121.86 Maximum__,.??_..._ __ degrees I
...
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I1" .... ... Mlnimom
and Fixtures. .... 6718.48 Rediscounts ..... ...... ...... ...... .... .... 112.6 O.89 .16 degrees & Wash Fabrics. c$
ylg tStunps.: .. ...... .... .... ... .... ...... 604.00 .

c.n a td Exctanoe...... ...... ... ......... 270,337.86! Deposits .................. ...... ...... ....... 4Sl.674.42 75.00000 Temperature Elsewhere Max. : Win.

Atlanta .__. .__._ M (*
-- BUrnarck._. ._.._.................5n .2
'866347.17 f&66,347.17 Chicago.__ _.._.._........._M M 50 pieces 10 and I2c Figured'
for business October Cincinnati_.._..._.__ ..?_....Ni W 5 yard
THabal.k opened 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give Galvelton_ .__ ... ._._-t4 7s c
rbu.nt-* prompt, courteous and careful attention. Huron___.._? ... .........____70 80 Lawns for this sale only t
Jacksonville.................. .... M ftg
Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Kansas tlty___. ...........M 52
Key West._.._ ...?........... M W 15c Figured Lawns now lOe I
Memphis__.._.. .. ........\1(1 76
::::- Mobile___._. .... ...w* 72
police court today, and the matter Montgomery ._ ...... ........K. 71New 20c Figured Lawns and Dotted I i ;
FAIRCHILD 1 Orleans.___._._w 7*
B. H. was taken under advisement until .!MORE STEEL SewYork Savannah.___._..___._. ._.. ._...M 7i5 72 tl41 Swisses . 15c H ;

apxxOx..STERER Monday.For 8t.: Louis __. __. .._ _.t'' 70 .
25c Figured Lawns and Em-
ROMANA STREET. the accommodation of the RAILS ARRIVEThe I

38 EAST colored people among the Alabama broidered Swisses 17%c '. :
if jr* and Refinishing furniture aSpfcialf MARITIME. i I
f:"cet excursionists the steamer Flori-

,. da will make a trip to the life steamship lIddleham Castle 35c Figured Lawns, Dimities t

r lion.o 405. saving station, and other points of Capt. Lloyd, arrived from Ger- -EXPORT- and Imported Ginghams 20c :

I interests in the bay tomorrow, leaving via Galveston For June to date_ ..... ._._ 111I.INARIUVJD
many, yesterday 1
48-inch Embroidered Silk Swiss
Palafox wharf at 9 a. m.
; ternoon, and went direct up to af-I' AT QUARANTINE.IlrgsDruinelzler .

R. K. WHITE, j! Parties from Century state that west side of Tarragona dock, nleroto! W HKej-.fr,:!',4!: Co, Emerson, Rio J&. : formerly 75c, this sale 50c

Manufacturing Jeweler!' the mill there ia being pushed to its the Br ss Horsier,SUO,Northfell, Montevideo ......... ...... .....- .............. !
will be
heavy
Fttthmaker! imported cargo to order I II. .
f capacity and that while no shipping II Dan bkt Norms. :Jt\4. Albertsen, Para to I :
and graduate Optician, I is being done at present the yardsare discharged.The I. Uaara Dunwocly Jtro: I R. HALLIDAY & CO.
; Am ech Came A Norton 4'i7. Kastmar,
J%Itt FtlttOI M, Pen'seela,I1 being stocked in anticipation ofa steamer brought about 2,000 i 1, New London to Jno A Merrill A Co i ;

I&i I i great season in the near future. I tons of steel, but she carried a par I I i I
I ARHUKD.: I II
The boom of the company at this I tial cargo to Galveston bringing the I Am 68 IVusacola, IWt, Leech, {GftUeston Telephone 193. ?" ..* 33-35 Palafox St. f
: .. .- li I place i< filled I !I to Gulf Transit Co
: up. remainder to Pensacola. The duty ;, flresM4dddhamCastle. lintf.: Lloyd Gal-I !
veslon to Gull Transit Cu 1'mNmW
wmmN YvIffi
I The new timber firm, the Innes charges on this the second consign- I Kr ss A J Hocken. U:Bennett,New Cas j i ih
tie-on Tyne to Pensacola Lumber I II
EWS Sutherland which has
NOTES : company, ment will amount to about 19000. I Aust GB Jenny, loin;,Cauiolich, Tampa to .
lately opened offices in the fifth dull Transit to II
{ The next steamer with rails to arrive -I If You Buy Them at the Boston Shoe Store, They are Good :
story of the Thie-en building, has
sJ' here will be the Silverdale CLEARED. I
J under charter three steamships to I
: Br ss Wanderer, additional cargo for Llv-
w tall: sorts of bargains.; !' load here, and which are expected ;! which sailed from Hamburg on erpool.10.nwtbus ...wheat 47HOoO B ft lumber, '

& Sou's newiialoHernuJebythe daily. The firm expects to do a lot June 5. This last steamer comes value $13eiaispan ss Madrlleno. 1777, Luzzaraga.by W I IT'S NO USE TO HUNT
.1 \\ J''" n;ou I L Witllcb ,
of exporting from Pen acola and'' ilt: Co for Newport, Mon via t'w-
over solidly loaded, and a charterfor port News with I.KH'.HW s ft sawn timber
I I will be a welcome addition to the I value 1I1,IU'
a return will be
cargo probably
I firms of this
<- exporting port. j
:
I SAILED. FOR BETTER SHOES
... made a fixture in the meantime. ,
Nor
1 'I. e SannaChri'tenten.Tamplco
I For the accommodation of the
!She is due about the fourth week in j I BrssGler.coeCooper.Oraugemoutb!:
1 il; .-'..a :''ale Store hay a new many excursionists who will wish to j : i It bk Uuisippi de Abundo Monte, Buenos OR BETTER PRICES

. .- i--ae. I see the sights of the bay and gulf, June.McDuffies. I Ayres ;, .
THAN THE j J *
the commodious excursion steamer I
JACOB BKI61iTD\MATED.
i
a:, & Co. have everything
.i I
Columbia will at 9 and 11 a. m. tomorrow Little Blue I{ The British steamer Jacob Bright, Capt
. .w i-' r. V' grocery line. j Liver Pills make blue people f Anderson from Pensacola lay Ill.%'Ia Norfolk '
leave Palafox wharf and 19. for Lizard
May Rotterdam pasted
R': 11 L. Friedman & Co.1! new Ito. I excursionists to the yard bright, cleanses the system of all | bead J une 5 and signaled she had been dim- Boston Shoe Store
carry navy
deletenous and unhealthy matter I aged and lost part of her deck loadI
..T. rti- u;-t.t. 1.iIl.a: \'e you j and the life saving station, at which and makes a new person of you. I -

'. .IfV '! latter place surf bathing can be en- 15 CENTS. IT QUARANTINE.
Hold by John Bheppard,40oS.; Pal- HAS FOR MEN AND :
!' Hr ship Kings County ami !:Salter Cape
i I" H.aiul iy & (;.). have a great joyed. At 2'W; p. ra. the boat will afox street. Town via Barbados to order ; ,j
at both points named then Kus! ship Ocean, 14M, Mat tssen Rio Jan- I'
: stop
tT-r their d'Jvertisinij
turban: 1:1 i ------- eiro to h B L Co FOR WOMEN. ( : .
-, .. ; ".L .' make a run out into the gulf. Re- Nor bk Alexander Lawrence,ll.tt.: Haaxersen .
di ;y. the latest? I '
Rosario via to W 8 KeYi..rICO A
Barbados
. '1 ieteiu.cr: Pen-acliia arrived ,j jis freshments station.can be bought at the lifesaving La L I locus ee L. Bear & Co'sadvertisement in I _____ ....Full Value in Wear, Style, ComfortBOST6FSHOE ..... I .. .

. I
inorui!!}? from Galve-:ub a.J is ] another column.Brotherhood THE SHIPPING.VKHSELS .... -.. !

,w loading for Tampico. I,! Humors feed on humors-the I
picnic at Kupfrlan's iTORE
rid of them the bet- IN PORT.STEAMSHIPS. i
1 taken g-unbo will be served at' !sooner you get .
Park Monday, June 9.
. Twentieth Century re-tauraut !, ter-Hood's Sarsaparilla ii the med- --- Br flatten Hall. I72 Wrppener, to Knars, ,

: t Plenty everybody.. ;: icine to take. Dunwody span fda it. II Co:!:!.Arurm, to Gulf Transit Co \.\TII.\X (;. FOUCIIIDIIU.: Proprietor. i .
ODD FELLOWS span" M adnlt'no.1'i'7. Luzarraga, to W L ,
i xt'ursioii for colored peer Isi i To make room for new, we will : ittlcb & Co '
ii. to Miltou tomorrow :!lurni I sell several of our second-hand showcase Span ttatanderino, 1M4. Lqurrola, to M IIHullnan Leaders of Low Prices. H7 South Palafox Street.

ie purpose of taking part in and counters cheap. Win.Johnson I MEMORIAL DAY I SHIP 1 1r525252525'25225252SC52
& Son. 7j3t Nor King Cenrlc Poulsento Pensacola
urch rally. I Lumber Co i
--- : lr Lizzie liarrell.In distress (
: Harry Wrihton: lies dinil 1, BARKS "' / '
at his home on Ea=t M. A. QUINA'S COMPANY The Independent Order of Odd Rue Albion.list,. Snail to H: H LCo m'
It Colurabini.ius, i'arodi. to order ;: '
H chauces for recoveryd I Fellows will hold Memorial services ', Nor Blrma\I\i Johnson to order :
STRIKES OIL! Kus Hera b137.< Hoggblom.!: to s 8" LCo m
a- being doubtful. tomorrow. The members will meet Rus Lima II 7o Burke to Pensacola Lumber -
Co
*F >rii"i Store aJverti a at the lodge room at 4 p. m. and from Nor Mataura. 11x3, Bruuegaard, to H Pi m
BholterCoI : : I
i m
. .tauter, ale of millinery.r there they will take electric cars to RUHiS. I'
Telegrams from Brewton, Ala., I I I, It Due Sort-lie' Boo Hl-i.Costa, to order I I !
! f. will go regardless: I the cemetery, where the ceremonies i CHOOSER j I
: I'.y will aNo for Monday I announce that the oil company organized A m Bel le O'N"IIII4.! Norwoml to master 1'aion, 7.!, Foster,Kaaton,
to master
will be conducted. All Odd Fellows
.. Messrs. M. A. O.uina, J. .
.1 : :;::1fd of Swiss lava for by I I' ,

. ." J. Sullivan and others has struck and the families of their honored : Ioney by buying I I One Case Sheer Figured Lawn, lo Yards for 25c. :. i

i. thing *o refreshing oil,and struck it rich,on Mr. Quina'slands dead are invited to attend. I. atTe II your furniture : :
I One Case Sheer Lawns Actual Value 8 i-3c I
Figured
-. w' ::. i 1.v-; ..ta carefully pre- near Brewtou. It i is, said the at Marston $ Quina's
Ladies Can Wear 8lior
, .!' I ;L l' ;>. The mixologi-ts I gas blow preceding the flow of oil one size smaller after uiing Allen's hootKaie Great Furniture Empo II Monday Selling lo Yards for SOC. ;; : 1
,: 1 ', I I. i II Kryrer'3 Bijou bar ,powder to be febaleii Into the btioes. I ,
was t-o great that it came near It makes tight or new sboes feelea-ygi\e rium. !
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'- will after
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\ 'i agree Instant relief to corns! mid bunlnnn. It'hthe
"y'r; julep- Ke1 I wrecking the well. greatest comfort discovery of the age. McDuffie's Tasteless Chill : t 0-SEMIANNUALMILLINERY -@ Cures and prevents swollen feet blisters
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:'.' 1 Lily free lunches I -- -- --- callous and sort spots.! Allen's Foot-Ease Cure will build up broken down I
.. H .. For Monday only, 10 U a certain cure for Bwiatlng, hot aching system* and make the blood rich and I II j
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SALE 3
feet At all druggists and shoe stores 5c.Hon't
for chills
i healthy, certain cure guaranteed ,
25 Trial
Swiss Lawn for accept any substitute. package
J ,!.... : 'Il'.r..t "railroad nh\! E'r" I! yards FlU:..: l>v Dad Address, Allen t*. .lJllIIsted.LtKoy. ,, or your money refunded. I I 1
cents at W. J. <$' B. Forbes. .N. \', 5OCENTS.l 1I I
"- i ii- accused .
n.i-tlf ii byr -. l Sold by John Sheppard, 4u5 S. Pal. MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY.
. : ".' t. VXiiijin: colored, with Brotherhood picnic at Kupfrian'i afox street. IcttI ;I : ,;

i vi.,!i.- .: ':.' :.. her home, 11 ill :\orth'' Park, Monday, June 9. KNICHTS OF PYTHIAS. : rj ,

:,. \'"i.,. :. -reel Thursday morn- Peasacola Lodge, No. 3, K. of P.- 'V NO.1.ICBP-4. I IN ACCORDANCE WITH ESTABLISHED CUSTOM WE PLACE : ,

.: ,:'J ifter tryin to get into that ; ON BALE FOR THREE DAYS i t
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Ice cream freezers Regular meeting Monday night, NEITHER the. captain t

'1' H. ,,'.,.11inth" house, went to freee quick, at the Willis June a, at !S: o'clock. Members are |Mrs Kr bk nor Kings con County tgnee; will of n-1 Our Entire Stock of Millinery, Not a Hat, Shape or Flower :
': roost and took three to be responsible for debts contracted .
I specially requested present.
by the crew of tald vessel.J.W.. f
W.The case was aired in Hardware Co.'s. I Work in the rank of Page. Members -,, HALTHJ: $ Reserved.x< ,
To order
of sister lodges and transient Captain. : '
: 5JU_ sale, without exception is the embodiment of thereat<"t value i
n ;* brethren cordially invited to attend. I I THIS of firm. A <. but
t .. I in the history our strong a .Hrtion fully borne : i
"' 2 MONROE CAMPBELL, C. C. I out. A visit will convince that we never make a statement that i? ; i I

H. HORSLER, K. R. & S. 1 LEcj.: not lived up to. Come early and get the pick. : } i
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INUNNALLYSf Virulent Career Cured e 13: Children' and' :\lii ;lE'>' Leghorn' FLOWERS. i I

Startling proof of a wonderful advance 4 ( and Chip Straw, beautifully trimmed I' Lot No. 1. formerly sold for 15c, i F I

is given by druggist U. W. I, made in our own work rooms, I now r>c. I I
Roberts of Elizabeth, W. "':1. An Lot No. 2, formerly sold for 20c, 1
had lon Buffered I and worth twice: the price we ask, l'c. i
old man there ; with II now I'
? what good doctor pronoutced in. Jv/ I,. they go at U. $1.2-',, $1.75, *->, $2.25. Lot:No, 3, formerly sold for Ttic, I 1 1now..c.
curable cancer. They believed hi* ]
I HIGH GRADE <* ca-e hopeless till he u-ed Electric I I, fAn
A beautiful Chiffon Creation in I :
Bitter and applied Bucklen's Arnica
! Salve, which treatmentcomplete II I canary and black and pink, for exceptionally pretty Turban of I i

ly cured him. When Electric Bitters merly $5.. .. ..... . ...now : Cray trimmed with ray taffeta, *{. i
are used to expel bilious: kidney I $2.501 white applique and pampomo, H | '
: .... .. .. .. ; .
and microbe poison at thp *ante Formerly J'JtO now $1.50
I: CANDIES time this salve exerts it* matcule=* 5 i 1 I, A Charming Walking Hat, Manila \f ,.
blood di skin i ;
=,
healing power -ease Braided Straw, black and white J
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Beautiful Black
eruptions, ulcers and sores vauih.Bitters A Sheerec Chiffon,
5n:. Salve 2r; 3 at W. A. D'AI.emherte'.121 silk. Chiffon draped. sheered silk bands, black oats, ; ,

South Palafox. Formerly ?:U O...... ., ...... now $1.7.:> black violet trimming, 1-
tr Always Fresh and Excel All Others. Ironing Dayha Fotmerly $.>. ..... .. .. .. .. .now$3 ,

't. THE PENSACOLA CONCERT < no terror to tho,e whose kitchen i] A "Pane Virot and Berthe" Imported i
BAND WILL GIVE A DANCE AT Hat of linen braid, blue chiffon, A "Madam Hirtz Boyer" imported
'f. MAGNOLIA BLUFF TUESDAY H equipped witl! i Gas Range. No black velvet ribbon and linen ap i pattern Hat u charming creation 1 l '

NIGHT. TICKETS AND TRAINS heating up of a whole house on a plique, bought to ell at $18, now of violet and Nile green, with linen
f. ...FOR SALE BY... i f 5. Mut be seen to be appreciated. applique crown, bought to sell for .
SAME AS FOR THURSDAY ,I hot day.: Heat is only applied where I Uti, now $5 'V I ji

NIGHT CONCERTS. needed. As a matter of domestic I ---- .
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:$ SOL CAHN & CO. A quarter of a dollar will !1 economy a Gas Range will soon pay i i For the Many That we Can Not Enumerate Here See Our i I .

when I j 'jI
fuel -
for itself in saving compared I i
buy 10 yards Swiss Lawnat I I ." Show Window I -
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the Forbes Store Mon with an old style coal or wood !! .
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FANCY GROCERS ------ I
STAPLE AND fire, and you cannot over estimatethe 'I -

r day. comfort and convenience of this FORBES.i" !I
: W. J. & B.
Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. MEAT & MALT hail a marvelous i, cleanly fuel in warm weather. .

dietetic value. While refreshingand !I
t _
5 "clcrhonc J78. .4 +* Pensacola Fla. pleasant to take, it helps assimi- I PeDsacola Gas Co. ;
I Cleaning ladles skirts and waisu I..m repair your wxrcbes and
lation of food. Sold byDANNHEISSER is! one of ('-r epecialtiee. !Star Laun- jewelry in flrpt-class: tyle. J. I

,. ....... j I BROS. No. 3 S. Palafox St., Pensicola. Fla I dry Stephens.

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fl;!:> : THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA SATURDAY. JUNE .T-, 1903f -



LI: f MRS. CAROLINE F. CORBIN. DR. HERRtCK EXAMINES CRATER.
THE GRANDEST

i : ,; She frtarbri "The Home For Women Eminent Geologist Doe Not Regard Mrs Laura S. Webb
1 andVomrn For the Home." i iL : ,
Gallup Volcano as Dangerous
1.. j Mrs. Caroline I'airfield Corbin. president Viu.Presidtnt of Womm' Democratic Cubs of Northun Ohio.JHERE .
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i of the Illinois Association Opposed : The Most Satisfactory and Safest Medicine Albuijrerque, N. }I.. June -Dr. C.

: to tbe Intension of Suffrage to Women. I Herrick former president of the
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!' whose an sulrae'iews bare Invaded j: any Sick Woman Can Take. New Mexico university and one of the ARE MANY feet the change approaching.of life which weeQ'hile

;. Germany and other European countries I most eminent geologists in the west [ ] women be- hags a fntnd I ootkd 15-

has for advocated the of
many years ages
has carefully examined( the supposed that she was taking
, 'the borne for women and women for Thus Does Prominent Woman 45: and 55. but there are V\r
' a Brooklyn, Speakof volcano crater 15 miles from Gallup.He Wine of Cardui and; aye Wu
the Lome. In 1MJ5:: she beaded the
{ very few invalids over 55 so cnthusastic about it
moteuietit to unify those holding her Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound gave a description of the locality tips'tc
and 60 years of ae. The cidcd to try a t ttll. I U.
views but for Eftwn years preciouslyshe and said: .

, bud been a luminous writer onj I "Here there is a fold and fault which change of life coming to perieeud some relief the first
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When a woman of the prominence and social standing of Mrs. Atherton month 50 kept on ukici It
social topics Mrs. Corbin lives at 537:: a woman near her forty-
because of the metamorphososls -
Interesting for three
whose portrait we are herewith permitted to reproduce voluntarily furnishes I I lIs months and: now I
j Dearborn avenue Chicago. us with a letter of such unqualified endorsement as the following, we feel I that is going on. From cracksin fourth year, either makes H,..yaar,s Web. ,ncftstruate with co Fain and;

1 ; Mrs. COI'Iinlnd Susan R. Anthony +!I that we not only owe her a debt of gratitude but all women who are ill the sandstone overlying the lignite her an invalid or gives I shall take it off and on DCIW
were schoolmates and there is an interesting ) should feel under deep obligations to her for she tells them in unmistakable the
there is Issuing a constant stream of her a new lease on life. Those who until I have passed climn. I do n t
anecdote told of these two words where they may look for a cure and not be disappointed.Such 1 I
heated air. carbon dioxide. sulphurous this in ill health sel dread it now, as am sure that \--ur
;women, who are so widely different in I I testimony should be accepted by all women as convincing evidence meet change Wine of Cardtti will be of trut bclichl
oxide and The solfatarlc ac
\ i that Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable"Compound stands without a peer vapor. dom live ten years afterward while at this time."
i j as a remedy for all the distressing ills of women ; all ovarian troubles ; inflammations tion may be attributed to the slow oxidation a woman who lan aside the active

; ulceration falling and displacements of the womb ; backache ; I of shales in the presence of wa seldom Wine of Cardu1 Is the rr" /
womanhood In health
I duties of -
I j irregular suppressed or painful menstruation. Surely the volume and char ter. From this point eastward is a series .
acter of the testimonial letters we are daily printing the newspapers can I of cracks that have been filled fails to live on in happiness, reinforce a woman against t It

I leave no room for doubt. Truly is it said that it is Ljcliu E. Pinkham's I with iron and lime serving still fui- years after she has passed 60. This that comes with the chang''' tis
Vegetable Compound that is and other I
curing so many women, no medicine.
1 I I ther to show that along this fold anti truly a critical time. It re-esta.bllshes healthy fi.;

I ( # i I break water at one time ascended." .''1 rs. Laura S. Webb, of Toledo, after years of suffenng i"
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!! Dr. Herrick does not believe there i is Ohio the of life this it has saved tOIlS:,. :! 1as 1
, recognizes change .
any possibility of dangerous eruption time. Dohas .
t S a. dangerous period and she also fevers Just In
from this crevice.MARGARET .
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faith in Wine of CarJui. She I until suffcnng.13 upon ; l'

ough preparations sh'u..1
TAYLOR AT HOME. writes a
, F ia ad.ance. Begin tJ! a
1 I "As I has always been troubled more

Kidnaped Girl Given Ovaticn by Neigh or less at the menstrual period. I dreaded !: CarJu1 treatment today.

\ e1 bors and Friends.

Cincinnati: June Margaret Taylor A million sff' .

i I who was kidnaped from tl'is city; I WINE of CARDVI have Wine found rif' :.'

. over f.,ir ,stars ago, arrived lire to

Th) day. accompanied by her parents ar. '!

, her brottt-r. Edward, aged 3 ytai- u __ _

I whom she had n.-vcr seen till they tun '
I II THE NEW GROCERY
I STORE.MOVER
II in New York this week.! .
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CAROLINE
FAIRFIELD COKBIX.
i I'here'a byI Taylor, as she became known ,
their nlm After graduation their : 0:::==--==:::==::: ::: =::: =::: ::: :::::: ::: =::: =:1)
f met the
was at depot by a fort.touf ;
paths l'rl" in difierent lines, and they ;i id
newspaper reporters who interview
Jost bight of each other for a Ions time. I : WILL
her some of whom she confuted {
It was nearly a score of years before I .

'hey met aaln.ftt'r greetings had I I \k F ny reached talking their Italian.home When in Cumminsville the part) j I i Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stock
: duel :
;i'en eschancM began.: .5 .
ij ijI ijij there was an ovation of neighbors: I
"What have you been duin;; all these I N friends. ansympathising ; i of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Interest hf'reCO [
years? a!Ued Miss I Anthony, perhaps \ 1 ,

with a feeling: of conscious pride as \\' centers in the extradition of tb Qj:;iN"| 30 W. Government St. Salisbury Block.
I nii aunt. Clara Taylor from ,
she reflected upon the glory of her own Italy and th J

carctr."Hrlnglng. : applfrat.on at Columbus for tte pardon :!I TELEPIIONK 327,
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up four boys" replied 3.lrl.1 of the grandmother and Miss Fran j! --

Corbin : with woman's ij '1 ,i-is! Taylor another aunt.
dl.-cvrniiig a '
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..... ..: i ICSIAND
WOOD.
quick wit the Implied comparison. : I

"Hoys:" scornfully! exclaimed the outspoken I II --' I I KITCHENER CONGRATULATED |

Susan: "What under! the sun ", ....... I WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L.' GER TRAm

. la a woman with your brains doing; -/ ...,-..,,."). ''1.....I'. War Office Pleased: With His Conductcf
,i with four boys?" I ';''' .- J' "",,,::':0.: 'I South African Campaign. I THIS HUMMER: THAN EVE rIF( RE

"I supjios you would have me strangle ,;; of : / ,.,, __ .
I .. ... / London. June .-Th* war office has
: them?" was the retort I" ,\.l'7"I' : i -ailed consratu'.atlons: to Lord Kttchj j I SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW.

. E "Bl.Ill1f'is tie emphatic answer. :MIIS.: FLOKEXCK; ATIIEUTOX, j I > on the! ..nf-ry, skill and patience I
" "You should had j Thompson Olsen
never have them & CI
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" Yice.Presillent'I'h.tt: Franca : with which he ond'i'-tel the long k
: tie 15ionf.ris.ince cam ,
They will prow up to ln men-nothing st' ; Brooklyn, N. V."PEAR II

but mere nwn j MR: PISE111)t-F'nrthe K'liefit of suflVrins women I want I him laign to in communicate South :Africa and has asked: \! Manresa Street, Telephone: l4 ,".

From that moment Mrs Corbin became I I I to testify to the f.ict tIlt: I hiv: liy, i-r.-'iiiul; e\i frit-nee :Hult.l y friends I to the troops th CSeorernnient's ,
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I nn active antisnfTraji.sr: : and! SCihl! Live teen cured l by u>it;;; hjdia I:. l'lllklfrlll'5ettblP Compound I pruioun'l sense of theirspirit --- -- - -

l many times since th<* two women have : romf to the c.iwluMnn that it is the safest, the grandest and thee I ; of i-nrl'irasce, bravery and dfip! ; :! ESTABLISHED 1863.

brew pitteil ngainst each other in tli ,, iiio"t .satisfactory im-dicine any tick woman can take. Life was a Lur- j 1 :line ar.1 also of their humanity shown: I ----

I etru;.:le to mold feminine opinion as. iK-ii to me live }'@altili: I Mt so nii-erable with ffiiule troubles and throughout the trying period. McKENZIE OERTING & CO.

l to the true spline of womankind. I! irregular menstrnatiou ; why it is all ditferent, fur I am i>erfectly well. Lord Ktrht! n'r replied, in behalf of ; ,

,I I (IJ'iZfiK of my l.idy fiiends join me in Miigiiu your lira e. Yours, I the army in South Africa, tendering its iJ --DZALKB8- 0

Children and \fkl71:1. Y." I sincere thanks for the congratulations;

It !If hard to understand iu nny way i! A Boston Woman's experience." ,I of the government, which, he was sure, j Ship Chandlery and General aardwar-e.

the Ifmpersum-nt of a woman who can ( DK\R MR*IIVKH\M I the troops would receive: with gratlStation. '!
: : I cannot praise L) (liL E. I'inkhatn'.s Yt' e- !
Oelibtrately affright a little child ami !i iI I table Compound t-i.iu-rh. I was a sick woman when I commenced to take? !I ;' BOS AND 60S d. PALAFUX 8TUEET.

every mother uo matter what may be ,II' it. My trouble was femal.tli..ea-.t.anll I had pain in my back and sides. The I :' UUuu AC EN04--

the Ineont c-nienoe! to herself shuuldluate doctor said I war going into consumption : 1 had been married eight years but I Ihal .V I'TOllnr IntlostrT. '' ]REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A.ROEBLINGTS) M AH CO.'Sof

it a point of conscience to immedlately I no children. I had some of the l est d'X-tors in the city but none seemed I A peculiar! industry in the town I j GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU88EL A; BON'S Pt: IP8.
dismiss a servant who has been i to cure me so I decided to take your medicine and it has made me a new Warren Me., is the catching of nle- :
j woman anII now have a lovelv little baby hoI would advise all sick and I ; Sum> Strtfigi Ptlils Oils Met!! IgilriDHts! '
guilty of threatening; her charge with weak | wiles whit-b has been followed: since1'I Chris plain Jli'n! .
women to take Lydia I:. I'inkhnniV Vegetable _
horrible Modes of bogies; black I Compound.Ilti. the early hibtory of the ''
menthe :. Ati'HoNiF. CRUKE. is Kockingham Place, Roxbury District lioston, Mass. place. The ale- OOHP31b9E3LOG9! FTU
policeman etc. The child met on i.. 1 I wives, a species of shad, go up to the C. McKenzie Oertinj Collecting Ajent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent As
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every fide hy the unknown, has no experience ItemenilM'reiery woman is cordially united to write to Irs. (it-Mzei and In attempting to ascend 1 elation

cf its own by which It can Pinkliam if there is aiijthinu' about her .sjmptoms she does not the lishway at the lower falls are'' ,

mmteract these stories, and the curl understand. Her addrt-v i K l.yuulass., her advice is free and caught in dipnets. The alewife catch

4 i khyness which many children have I cheerfully given to every ailing woman who ass for it. is a sort of "community of Interest'anon '; The Star

speaking of themselves! : !leads them ? the citizens and is Laundry
R F.A'.t e regulated by
n.-R'ehaerdap'w: +trd with the National City Bank of Lynn,$yaW
i" suffer: in silence. During the day '! $5 000 which will be piij: Wau9lrewm.hoeaaflDdttattLeebusetesttmoufalretkrt law. Each Lead: of a family in town is ,

aid when they have companionship, j are mission.not genuine,or were pubhslin.1 before obtunmg tUo *riv r' special per entitled to CoO:. alewives at the nomin31l'rlel'
'f. Lydia I'inkbam Medicine Co., Lynn Hits
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these fears are forgotten. It is at night, 1' of 2u:! cents a hundred. The town Biggest, Busiest, Best !

that the pour{ innocent falls a prey to : employs men to catch the fish, and t

, Its alarms. Proper Cnutlon.rurteous surplus is sold and the proceeds turn :

I Some children appear to have an in- A Jnlj !'n"M torm. < Citymau May I take into the town treasury. Last' year ti's bet .

t i horn dread of d.irkni-ss which has arisen In the year IsVj a snowstorm !' "CI'ton'r i" il'i.ner! niadmu.I yout rrn received the sum of $370 from tl '

1 without any suggestion; from others. ;| Now York on the :.th of July. Itwas I I.} :. 'a .Taytowrj (who! is visiting her i ii i sale! of alewives! which, after p'I: We I Gather Up Thiot
and such : Mofi-l.iy. crud the fireworks I in i
j children should uevir be left bl'b I clip l''USU'Wdl.: 1 dunno as I ortcr.Tl.e g the expenses, netted the treasury
"I 4 In complete darkness. Pleasure In light i i.t | \\i-re then sit off in front of the city :I very last thini Jaytonn says to j jin' | $543.: '
is fcbown hill ia celebration! of the : From all parts of the l.-
at U early A gloriou.
ury stage. baby \MY.: "l' nth)" doll yew git taken
less than month old is < Fourth, had been kept from Saturdiy. I j: -4 muff
.t a plainly interIested over |t in while:: yew be in the city!"-Chicago ri i Our delivery men will r r..
In light It will cease crying (If The wI'atlH'r1;; pleasant | .News. |I GUAM KYCIKSION 1 a I

.; such crying Is not produced, by paIn or i, enough in the luornin and during the HL where at auy time that -ur-

hunger: ) on catching a view of an electric :jrroatcr part of the afternoon but to. The ntfferenrf. Write
I or telephone Ut and wdeavor .
or pas light Many people think w.ird dusk: hay cluuds appeared in She-Why. I thought; the sermon reiLarknbly | ,

that tabus hue: no pleasures beyond IIi.' ky. a tiorthw. st wind fullowed: !j hurt, I'm surprised that you to serve you htll' t'! .+.1'I

those of food and warmth no pains ex-1; the thfruumu-tfr w"tit down to 31 le1Kiits hlfniid ronxijer it lung. I

ceptthe prick of a pin ur au ache un- ] -one decree bdow frl'\'zin-uUII Ho-I'.ut 1 wan't wearing a new !bonnet I S I other Laundry can.

dtr the pinafore. They are mistaken the suowilakes camo down at a lively to church for the first time with a M

A child of three weeks old was seen j.lit. Men whu wi-nt out that night consciousness that all the other women To' Mobile, Saturday night, June It, ALL WORK c. o. D. Gccte Called
for anil Etlimtii Fu
the other day to Ming up both arms t wore their winter overcoats and did were looking at Philadelphia Pr ss. J JA leaving the union depot at 10:30+ p. ;

and knit its tiny brows with surprised ii'it find them mcumfortablo lr the n. Returning, train will leave Mo1 TELEPHONE J 14. 27 GARDEN ST.Pr .
1 bile
cold I cited for I.wurs.-Xt'w at 12 o'clock Sunday night
alarm at the sudden clash of brass York Press. Fur film
June 15.; Fare for the
round tri
t rings; as a curtain was drawn nenr by. ''1 SP? here in tbe paper" observed; 81.50; from Cantonment and WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.

I Thus It is evident' that from almost its A Real Friend .Sandy Pikes, "that a noted scientist 'I same as Penacola. For further Century ins ,

birth a child should be the object of >:1) S that the constant use of water a ormation apply ------ --- -- -
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suuVred from
dypepia and in-
: toROBT.
the create care as regards treatment dijstion for flftoeh yearay" \V. !i i a beverage insures a long life." I KIN n orPETEKTHOMAS Medic Society Attention.

which may affect Its happiness and Sturdevaut: \ of Merry Oak, N. C. J J "As for DlI'." comments Whiskered j I! KIDNEY DISEASES There will be a regular meet.'s :
nervous stability.: "After 1 had tried many doctorand 1 WiHo.give me a short life and a met I I Excursion Managers: the Pensacola
Medical :
The ceaseless terrors! of little children medicines to avail: ry one."-Ualtimore I Society n
.I no one of ny i American. I 1 1. the Board of Health office at i
are so \aried that it is Impassible to friend* persuaded: me to try Kodol.i' o'clock .
irt tin moet foal of ill dia- p.m. Tuesday. June In a.,rt '
Indicate treatment for them It gave immediate: relief. I \
any exleptlng can: eat Willie'. Visiting
physicians
Trouble
1C.COO fr* are cordial.;
that suggested by the 1 almost auythin I want now and i' UCI.FOLEY'.
.t ; mighty my I "What's the trouble Willie?" paid Awarded at Tarls i Invited to attend.
and all Important sympathy of mothtrs digp tion is ood. I cheerfully !I Mrs. DR. E.
Brown to her small who F. BRn+ E
son
whose arms should be a delicious recommend Kodol. Don't trto [!I Icurl' cryine. was 9 KIDXEY CUKE I III PresideDK. -'..
efnnach
trouble
haven of peace and security to the most That by dietin?. "My kite won't i lunititl R W. C. DEWBERY,
only further weaken* the *y- fly. sobbed Willie f9UINA1AROCHE ral J P25ttf
perturbed little being, and there be Secretary.
; can
rem You need wloleFUmeFtten3th- i "and 1 made it out of fly paper too."-
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often be Induced to open his heart free.y. I eiiin? food. Kodol enable Little Chronicle. I
you to ,
.-Nett' York Post i a<*imilate: what you eat: by dijet-; i or montf refunded. Conttlnircnudiei Marston $ Quina carr j

\! -- ---- in? it without the stomach': aid j I TEN YEARS IN BED. wtFle: CORDIAL recognized bv cml the largest line of matting,

He Was Determined to Die. Hargi i Pharmacy John (Sheppard, : R. A. Gray J. P., Oakville
Sidney; Kahn. Inwites d., Hiihest rtcommen Jttionj for cure of Poorness j Dent phyiidtns u the but la rugs, window shades, etc.,
Rkhmond. ln! June ".After sat __ ____ : "For ten years I was co n- i i of Blood, Stomach trouble! end General Oe- in the
uniting his clothing with kerosene and 'fined to my bed with disease of the; Increases the appetite, tirtnfrhens Kldnty and BUdd troublu. cityWe lay our

setting fire ie himself William A, Arm Foiey's Kidney Cure : kidneys. It was so severe that I ', the servci tad builjsap the eotire lyitem. / \II I PaJCI Ile, teeILM matting free.ADMINISTRATOR'S.
i could not move of the !e nn Dr4reot
part time.
+I' 70 of faikcs kidneys and I Ii W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.I.W.HARPER
strong. years age, fired a bullet i bUddcr ri2ht. con-ulted the vpry best medical PARIS NOTICE.
through his bram. He had been suftoting skill available but could | B. roarer. t Ce. i
Estate
/ get no relief of L M. Kimberly deceased.
from rheumatism. Paints, oils, glass and until Foley's Kidney Cure was ; .eleat.,1.Y, Notice 19 hereby given tbai on the -*: -
, -- ---- i recommended to me. It has been a. I day of July A. D.lJUJ. I will apply to -
WARNING. builders' hardware at the Godsend to me." W. A. D'Alem- --- Honorable Probate Judge of K caml> a
t II' | Willis Hardware Co.'s.Do berte 121 South Palafox. i !\8Ja7Jf: I county Florida o- a discharge from t'r
If you have kidney or bladdertrouble : : administration of aid estate.

;' and do not use Foley's Kidney "f Water coolers that do P E NNYRdyALlpLLS| s Ja.r.oam WILLIAM KISHEB.Admiatitrator, .
I
not
o Cure, you will have only your-1 yiti want a magnificent watch P-r fa I

r r self to blame for results a* it posiif -' .for little money If so' call on waste ice, at the Willis ( layE."r ClUCHt"YER'I. .. ..nue. Lft4lM,M
lively cures all form of kidney and i I''Stephens the jeweler. He will ac Hardware Co.'s. .n... kED 044 ..... .........E'ofiUSH...n LODGE
' W. A. D'Alein-I'commodate you. r. tk 0.w nthw. Takea..t5.r.. Rani.. DIRECTORY
::1 bladder diseases I h D........
+ berte 121 S.: Palafox. __ j Everybody has a nnt to a little I ........... ar..,.P.,MsMtlptle.,...0.....*Tftim..eel rv 1 l.ii .....lietI. ......- _41 -
l tt MIDWIFEKY. piece of this earth. P ... ......
I But they must ,* U ... KENTUCKY i 1
nneeRellerreLsle t1.IL '..0'" T.......,... KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
, The finest line of umbrellas in the : The fight, for it. ale
undersigned takes this j I They must watch a1lGrotrr
11 method their IIn"..H.u.. ... _lNrkwkrUe.ledf.. ........ .. I -
.
"1 city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go look of offering her services as a I chance to get it, and get it. .11 "HIL'. Yl WHISKEY : Fen acolk Dodge No. 8. K. of T.
at them. :i flrst-class licensed midwife, hav Thos. C. Watson & Co.1, ------ -- I
. ing had 35 meeti every Monday T BIDJ .
t Seasonable household :i Can years experience. j have some particularly fine bargains PARKER'S I at give best of refereuces from to offer HAIR BALSAM in tbe Bioont' Watson
just now, and It 4(
they invite
'leading physicians of this city. to Cletam tad KutifM the baI. I -1 i I Building third oor.
I and kitchen utensils at the MRS. M. GIDDENS you come and investigate same. -_ Promote. a luaniot frowth. Viuting brethren cordially
You will never H Ter Till to Eertore Gray
welcomed.
Willis Hardware Co.'s. jltl lIt South DeVilliers regret having done Bur to ite Tout!>!..1.Color. '
\It St. 80. c.- KK.P d mmnt ft .... ,"""'c- )t. CAMP BELL,
.,.w.l.uue Dru :is Solb U OaiiktiszEt Bros. H. HOBSti 0.0.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY. JUNE 7. 1302

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to the Aged. HINTS FOR FARMERSA t
advice; WEALTHY WOMAN A PRISONER .1.

r hrjnes infirmities I such as sluj r- !'

Aih too..elS. .c,.; kidneys and bla4f Compromise Verdict.A She I It
Charged With
LI'ER. curious law case Is reported from Obtaining and

Louisiana. An orange grower sold two c Memphis Not! Tenn.Returning, June Jewels.6.-Mrs. Madison ,

f Pills crops In advance to a professional Foster, wife of a prominent broker 1 .
ii orange buyer. A
contract
and
was drawn ; i4STORK daughter of a very wealthy wid !

by which the buyer agreed to give i! ow, has been arrested here on a chargeof

$8,000 for the crops of Ib'JO and llxio- :' having obtained $361.50 worth oi I :

qC a the effect bowels on,these causing organs them, "all the trees may produce." lie paid I Jewels from Frank Tbayer, which she
cumulating
to Nriorm their natural functions a&to $1,000 la cash, the remainder to be Y e failed to return for Infants and Children.

louth anJhipiRTIN'G paid on Dec 1, lOoO. It was stated She claims she bought them and he :

\ VIGOR= that the "purchaser assumes all risks" that they were merely taken out to be Ca toria is a harmless sub'stutute for 'Castor Oil, Paro-

I bladder and LIVER.Jht Within three months after this contract i returned If a trade and terms were not gone, Drop and Sootlim Syrups. It is llci ant. It
,
lnc s
< > contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
10 ate and was made, before .
adapted to old joung.mchial the trees even i agreed upon.It ,
) Mib tauee. It destroys Worms and allays 't'\eri1ohn'ss.
put forth bloom, a heavy freeze dei i TIMEto devlops by replevin action that It cures Diarrlura lad Rind Colic. It relieves Teeth-

Btroyed the tret-s, bo that no crop could j she had secured 2,500:! in jewelry from in;r Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the

l.: troubles and be made In cither year. The buyer of I most women is a term of four local jewelers, most of which was Stomach and Iiowel, giving: healthy and natural lcep. # .

:''n", .r ,* can be quickly rehv course had no oranges, though he bad I anxiety, serious thoughtand I promptly pawned. The hearing of the The ChUdreu's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. s
Honpv
.'to.J Folev's
.d'.I1:
; paid $1.000. lIe brought suit to sweet anticipation.With .
recover -
\\ A. D'Alemberte, 121 case comes up today. The Kind You Have
: the cessation of t
1 his money on the claim that the I pain Always Bough'Bears

5 Pol. i contract was conditional these necessary to childbirth,
upon j there comes calm nerves, Competition With Panama Route. the Signature of i
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crops appearing. lIe made the

L H HNNOUNCEtENTS that the unexpected death of the point trees j sleep and recuperation. lt'U2 San:! the Francisco, June 6-"By June I,

P L1Tl11U r A ;, should make the contract void. The MOTHER'S the ,isthmus Tehauntepec of that name railroad in :Mexico across 1

courts finally refused this claim and ,

permitted the seller to retain the mono I FRIENDdoes will compete with the Panama route !
I
and the American overland lines for !
ey but also decided that the buyer a
i diminish the share of the shipments betwter # :
I need not pay the remainder. pain accompanying t"e
Senator. maternity. With its aid mothers can and Atlantic seaboard and the T/acific In Use For Over 30 Years J"Mr

For I Improved Condition.. do bring healthy, sweet dispositioned coast. This statement was made by CCFt.url eo......... 17 ..u...........HT II", .. CT .
.. ,f Hon \V. A. Blount and ideal babies into the world. J. J. Allen, of the City of Mexico
,
We do gen-
know .
not what statistics !
.:, ;ru'c: him a< a candidate I Morning sickness, sore breasts; and ex eral traffic ---'
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; ,'. !,' t'.>r from this, the sec would show, but we believe that farm | cruciating pains caused by the gradually! I manager of the road, whois .
: ,: J District, and respect- I labor is now paid better wages than expanding organs, are relieved by this in this city. lie also said that it PEXSACOLAE. REMOVAL NOTICE.Dr. .
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'::'j"t.., ..r' :port of all Demo- ever before in the history of American |I penetrating and relaxing liniment. was the intention between now and j

.,:. lheComlllgpnmary. i j I agriculture.! Good farm labor Is scarce i i Mother's Among the i manifold aids to childbirth June 1 of next year to have steamer I CONSERVATORY ij [ I f ijf MUSIC G. H. Tuttle, \

It Is wanted, and In order to get it employers riendhasgrowninpopularityanl lines between New York and Coatza- ,
I gained a prestige richwomen
For Representative. I must put up the price. One as well as poor; it is found among and welcomed colcos. the Atlantic terminus of the E. O'L' CHAFFERS Director Dr. J. G. Heard, ;

'1 Scott M. Loftin take i matter is generally overlooked by those i in the mansion as well as in the cabin. I' road, and between Salina Cruz the Pa 4 I'

:.iinouncin? him as ai I who figure on the prices of labor on By lessening the mother's agony of mind i cific terminus, and San Francisco. DENTISTS.

t it: 'pre;;entative in the the farm, and that is the incidental and dinrri.hirg pain a beautiful influencE Piano Voice Culture. Violin
i( I Pipe
L. '. in cambia countye I advantages of the laborer He works 1; is Wrol1gt! u1on time child and instead 01 Ladies' Day at Epsom. I Organ Cornet, Mandolin, Guitar, Honing 7 and !>, Masonic Temple

". .: -- the support of all I fewer hours than of yore, he expends pte\'ish. *:i-icnipcrc : IP coming primary. less have healthy. laughing humanity remaining MI'cbaDlrallJrDU8try performed with technical -
L' Muscle and he lives better. As the i
corn marred
_' i I a Messing ever to you and its country was today by the weather. Also Director Pen?acol:1 Concert tkill. ;
I standard of living has improved)
far Reoresentative. !' All Dru"giat.t,11 r.tb'r', > Friend at 11.00. King Edward the Prince of Wales! Band and Elite Orchestra Special attention given to Children's ;
among farmers it has improved for Write for nor free B .,k "Motherhood and other members of the royal family Teetb.i.olil and Porcelain Killings, Crown 'f

Iof Henry C. Clopton j their help a!,,o. Fortunately for the | THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta Ga started for the I Brass and String Music Furnished and Bridge Work. J JI
:. aA candidate for i i course In a downpour :
.. cmploerg pood farm labor is more > iI lies Material; Competent Equipment; j
in the L ;{i-lature j t ---I of rain and consequently the roads 1 ill Occasions.

.. : Il'lIuntylud request'' productive now than ever before. Im- "Lady"* ""IIIhin&.nn'. Gown. |j leading to the Downs lacked much 01.. I Telephone! X<>. I7S. : aI
ail democrat in the pro\ed' machinery has made it so" and : Address : E?cambia Hotel. :
:51 r>. Charles 1:. Orvis of West their usual picturesque appearance. A'I II I
ianc nrilnary.Far i fortunately prices for farm productsare ; I Studio: Parlors ot Fit Baptist
such as to allow some margin of j 1' r.ig-Lty.fir-t street New York has the majority of the racegoers preferred toi j jtravel I Jhurch.ta .

profit. Otherwise" the present, labor gown that was sent by Americans in j I by train but a good sprinkling \
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Representative. | : I'aris to Martha Washington to bei of people adhered to the time-honored WING HOP 60.
bills
would be the of
: :- "f,t Chas )1. Colton an- : beyond capacity I rI I
t- t cindidate for rep-1: the employer.National Stockman and i worn at the inauguration of General custom of attending The Oaks in l

.. .. i I. f.t- legislature from Farmer. Washington as president of the United j jI coaches and other f"nn'eyan'pand at ta h Mbrihi MM* BMBm I

f. i .ia.y :md thea..k the I Itil I States. It was decided, however, that intervals between showers th" im'los These tiny Capsules sre superior! Importers and J1ealt'uln- 1

..?. : lit'ul lcra:< in the corn- IVedlnf Hogs.! j it was by fir too elegant and costly: I mires were gay with bright dresses. to Balsam of Cvpaiba.Crbebe !

:: .'. .n'. For thousands of years the bog hall too sufpesthe of tbe pomp of royal I and Injections IPJDY I Chinese and Japanese }1

been capable of living; and doing his : courts, for the wife of a good republican Race for Oaks Stakes. I They cure in 48 hours the

For County Treasurer. I duty on a diet of ;grass: and hay. In to wear, and it was put aside in London June 6.-At the Epsom sum 'oroe JJ"f'j'If"ithclT., yinCn-1-, Fancy Goods, J .

I ....:...in., .. n.v-t. .if i candidate! for spite of this most farmers have insisted favor of one of those simple frocks mer meeting today the race for the .t"i.'fEct tm p BY II I DRUGGISTS FINE CHINA TEAS

f-.h.I! :t' ...:. t"l ,lIt' p""ItIOIl of I on keeping him shut up in a nsri i I i with which the Portraits of "Lady" Oaks stakes! of 4.5iKi' sovereigns for 2- ,
,. It\, !I-I--r..f H-cambi: coucit. I I Washington has made us familiar. Today 31 South Palafox St. i
row space to be fed largely: on "grain. year-old fillies about 1 mile and half
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-' 1't' '. I' tiM-iuuf the deuwa '1 a
y. Nowe are all learning that the hogis however the French gown would Every Woman Laundry Office Pensacola, Fla. I
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,'..; ; M:.. i'v.: not be considered was won by R. S. Sievkr's bay filly )
in the least
luxuri-
J. W.FRATEU. a pasture and hay feeder. lIe will ,, Is Inlertsk and Mioold know
Scepter. Colonel II. McCalmont'schestnut h tM'
'ous. V \ about lie wonderful NOTICE i iI
.. .,. live and do well on a winter ratjon of <, t s'y, 1 1 t'1 MtRUL I
Glass
filly, Jug was second tti Whirling Spray
alfalfa or clover hay and roots, and all t ; H r' 'renew S.al.al arlnyK.. have been authorized to take .I
Ifor Tax \s'e,scr.I i Trlnrople Fire Ladder, and Simoon was third. Fourteen \ lion ami fou tmt. Kt.af.emUnit subscriptions! for Wm Jennings
he needs Is his
to
1 v:" rri i b/ .11.:.I' \1111'f. :aa opportunity pick up A German Invention in fire apparatushas horse ran. > ('uurrntenla Bryan's "The Commoner.'
IltltUMI paper
.. summer living In a gold: pasture. We 0 hulutq.lfbrrannotnpplyiLe ,
.'l1JdIJ.Jt.'f..r. r>-- i>-i>iii>ii ,e-1' ix .\; are learning from western stockmen recently been tried with success at I Ii &..,...4..1.1 r..h. The price is $1.00 per year in ad.
for JI-i-: A' .
>- -.r iiubi.t ..
.. countyubjict .i Pittsburg. It consists of a telescopic wUn //.'" vance. Those desiring the papercan I
:. ."action ',f tIle itc-iuocratic pri- how to feed a box. It used to be said 1 Leads Them All '" "/.. ae"rplnu r", have it pent to them I
; ladder capable of being extended to alength Nh r. I'nt M>nd sump for n."r sS;' by sending
: .: July I.;. that the western: farmer should come "One Minute Cough Cure beats all innateita@k-.al.d.tlgtrea Nifull |1.ooto the undersigned.
i of eighty-five feet and workedby .
II partii'Ulan andMiwtinni
W. H'. RIt'u'-\II, east and (learn how to save the little I H. M. ROCHE :
: means of compressed air. The lad other medicines I ever tried forcoughs rauaartoladies.: ; M un L III., ,
Wash s. That is still true In many I colds and throat and Room Sic Times New Care Daily :\eWB. J I
For Tax : 11'r is attached to a heavy truck carryI: I ( croup KIdg. .York. lg
Collector. cases, but the eastern farmer should '
'. : I |; ing an air tank. The ladder can be di- I j 1 lung troubles," says D. Scott Currinof
anuuuuco uijself
aa go West and learn how to make use of I I
.. .r re-t lection a" Tax Col- wasted need reeled at a particular window or other j I II i iI Loganton, Pa. One Minute Cough :
oppurlunities.Ve more THE GARDEN SECTION
K-cambu county, subject i of the "large method of feeding; in I place in a burning building that it is i Cure is the only absolutaly safe r rr
: "i of the democratic pri- desirable to reach. A fireman lashed to I which
the l'tst.-Hural New Yorker. (cough remedy acts immedi
1: ''i the end of the ladder Is shot up with it, ately. Mothers everywhere testifyto : i

\. H. D'ALKMBKKTB.ror .,- Corn Uu.. .. and rescued persons need not clamber the good it has clone their little I penSaC 1-Flor1da.: !

down, as the ladder can be quickly! lowBred ones. Croup is so sudden in its attacks -

Tax Collector. I An important matter that has never with. .them,on it. j 11 that the doctor often arrive

I'd Henry Hellin eran. been settled Is whether corn rows! i too late. It yields at once to One Hill
Near
iu candidate for Tax should run north and south or east and _\mi Time j| Minute Cough Cure Pleasant to East Electric Railway Terminus. I

C h-iMinbia: county sub I v(--t. Some contend that north and The Suburban Fireman-We got thereafter take. Children like it. Sure cum

: i.iTdtie; primary' to beti. south rows gate the stalks more sunshine the fire was out. > \for grip, bronchiti*, coughs. H.irgis' Beautiful Lots for Sale.

J'. ,, '.I and reque-t the I ; that tun the other way the whole His Wife-Well, it ouldn't last forever. j Pharmacy, John Sheppard: Sidney I J I
1''IllIl'r:1t: i Puck.S100. : Kahn.
1 Bold is more or less shaded except the .. --- 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each accord-
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t
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Boad--I I most soutlurly row. Others enteodthat i
IUl':% I II
for Member School AltlS1OO.
HUMOR OF THE HOURThe ing to location and surroundings.
rows running; east! and west give i
I .1 i \V'. :.\America; here-i 1 The readerof this paper will be I ,
t : 1 i- candidacy the the rows the needed protection against pieced to learn that there i Nat least t

:. i i- .t member of the ; hot winds and burning sunshine I'er- one dreaded disease that science | l'lr't'I..lnt, Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View t

mi di-trict No. 3, i| haps it would be better to disregardthe has been able to cure in all it-staler:' : "111111, Jiuk! Why. 1 haven't s,fn High, Dry Fertile Lands.

.. (, inni-ratic primaryFor cardinal points and plant as indicated and that g K catarrh. Hall's Catarrh I you fur stfralttks.. How's jourhiJilUir" i i

J by the "lay of the laud" unless: Cure is the only positive cure now I The grandest opportunity for investment ever '
-- --- Known to the medical fraternity "[' little t
the land is quite flat says Farm and : (.rely. Every thinjrthonsSCPIHS ;::

t nt. i ommissioner.. II III 1 :lD'h. There is more in the cuti\a-! 1 I j Catarrh being a constitutional di..1,1el ?- i I to ifff'Ct mo IntelAYI1, at any cffered in Pensacola.

1 I\\". lirewtou of tion than In the direction in which/ the '' requires a constitutional treat rate jou are lurking like! a !kinikoiiz."
.
Hall's Catarrh Cure i N taken
ment.
I. x Home Seekers Should See These
See hIm as a rows are laid off.1't"dlf'II. internally, acting directly the 1'w'liiis that way, except for a slight: Lots
upon
; 'i i "
from saidtctlOU
-' .,,' .. '11 j I blood and mucous surfaces of thesystwn touch of i-i'niii! fever. I
of the "Y>. >roii!: always afft-cts me I ;
;
thereby de-troyingthe form i si nir-si
I For Mnrkrt.There i A.
: d.! I.--J .IV.' 1 I",. 'V.Clubbs
I is a great impetus in peach d'ation of the di-ea-u. and giving: the i too; makes my head rin:rolll:." I .

For Cotnly Commissioner. planting, especially in Georgia and patient strength by building up the I "What in thunder is the matter with Iyou. i '
constitution and as-i-ting nature: in old! man, the way you'\e pot to i Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
1 )ir-n !t\. dolIIIl'. Te\as. This fever seems to hae spread 1
myself as air I doing its work. The proprit tors talkie?" I
,diili:> ;,,' ,-i ui'y cuinmit-ioiier all over the United States where the haveu much faith in curative I
: "
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fro M. di-r -ni.i: .'etto the action peachill grow and iu some places' powers that they utfl'r: sane Hundred!i' "Ni'thiiu thon;: said Jinks making;; ;; F. C. BRENT WM. H KNOWLKB. W. K. HYKK, JK., J, H, KKEHE.

"I' :. V"f-. i\ Ju eii-uing demo-i where I fear it will not thrive. Peach hollarfor any case that it fails to i| a swinging;; movement of his arm i President. Vlce-Fretldent. C ,tiler. Ass't Cashier, l
rrn' iTiii.i', .,' July 15. for i through empty air liS his friend backed
I trees are being planted in ureat quanti curf. Send lit of testimonials i j
11V.. C. YARIJRornic.For ties. Nurser.unen" write that it is Im- Actdre-s, F. J. CHKXEY & Co., i away in amazement and alarm.

1"siLII'! to supply the demand. Circular Toledo, O. 1 I j "I hear that you have beoome great First National
County Commissioner. lr"olJ by Druggists, 7i c. flo\' itif to the fashionable fad of table BankOF 1.
\1'! r. Johu-on hereby au-, letters are coming to us with reports ____ __ __ ___ ,_ i 1 I tennis."
1. i of the freeze, and iu some sec \ iiniinip ( rat 'lenor. .
: < if as a candidate for I It' "Yes," he said wildly. "I like to have
lions the outlook fur peaches is not fa- I
comtiiHteioner j Crone C. Carrie a SL Louisan |

!r.. .' I-. "-nunty' cambia county, I j jur vocable. In general I am inclined to tneittie years: of age has what| my tlinsflone: and enjoy the banjo sine- PENSACOLA. FLA.
1 sung;; i if the gauge of innproi" nt t'n'ryradl't's
will of the democratic think there will be a full peach crop.- i! promises to become a great lyric tenor I
r He t (;. 15. lirackett United swincswonn: while the celluloid DX ..EOTOn.8.WoM I
doing primaries. >| Pomologist voice He is a member of the choir of

'1, <. 1 : !he rea-on that hey| States: Department of Agriculture. the Urt n.1 A\vnuv; Presbyterian church I sphere is on the wlnjrwonj;; I know I H. KNOWLES. A. BLOONT, F. C. BRENT V. K, HYER JR
and think he I that same's the thfuthotlg"C.'htly ;:: -
> can
mid sings; two octaves and a half tone i D. 0. BRENT,
t. tti.. of : the keepers from the !'yluri
,1 be-t interest I, r.
1 rin tn Catch 'lolllI and goes, to lush C twenty tunes' within !
:
.I.i ,. :.. If his frit'tHIj I hap him :t wt.t.. .) his padded 1.11.;l th-
1 would like to stthtt moles are ten minutes' without perceptible fati j
,
i.itt-re-ted qipreciate: agree theirup with- i,i: easy eat of to Breeder's get rid of Cawtte writes a In correspond-my boy than;:ue.1 that His of range.lean de!is Iteszlie.a full tone the greater world'smort '. fir l.iu'l'on-lIaltlllllrc.\iet'ilii; of the (>innii.re: '-eiitHerald.. game ". j ron!\ D id a gmnt: !; z c c Dpi At ad Dlt I


-- 1 hood in eastern Pt'pusIvania: I cleaned eminent! lyric tenor. Recently!I I

!F i ii mty Commissioner. i up a farm of mules. Qct a few four Mine. Lillian Nordica. hearing him | I Lrikoon In lI..rl1C't11tnr. i
I'j Four-year-old Nellie was with her tI'i W'We draw our own Rills of Exchange on Great Britain, Ireland
1 "f J. 15. Kobt-rt ant i gallon: store i jars well ;;!a1.t'.L Set them sing, said "The young man has one of I. '
( tht'r niic lay while Le was lio.-iiis Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium, P.ngala
1M' Not
iiiilulate for remarkable voices I have ever'heard.
the
: a c re-1 l in the ground so the top will be a trine most; :

:'," "IIUlltcommi"ioller. ,!| lower than the mole! path disturbing ." i j iI tapes" I ji way, Sweden, Denmark and other European countries.
1 1. subject to the action : 'critic primaries July the path as little as possible. Now During the summer kidney irregularities of the garden, which, of course :moverneetiwl trVe !!els Disbursed upon th, Most Favorable Terms and theft

1:...' IitVH that the material tramp down: the path for two feet on are often caned by exceive ?- ; any hoeing;;, and Nellie v,-ry Obligations Taken Payable at Port of estiraUoti Ten or Fifteen Dayi 1
j! < t1... county demand hi- each "side! of the jar lightly. They will drinkil1l{ or b*>in? overheated. i) : after Vessel Arrives there.
asked
earnestly :
i. ii.I! \ they a-k the support r',,Mthe old path and fall into the Attend to the kidnev- once by "
1 "r.ij'-i.{ how do the turnips jnow'- "Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in
HTM iu curing: it. }:!ir< In the morning you will find two til-ins Fo'ev's Kidney Cure W. A. Connectionwith

Fur '.! ;ich i 1:11': as they mostly go in pairs. )' \ embeite, 121 {'south Palafox.CASTOIttTLL. "rmakes.; ... them grow, r.i.i child. which we hare a Priva partment for the Us
county Commissioner. In- ted.
\.1\' oiiie one tell what to do for Renten.
J uiyself a candidate for -V ?. : ',.it'.s funny." said Nellie! "'1
p. ; ; < |iilie: > ai'il I even up It to. >the Kind Yu Kate A'warsB.iwf! F
mty cuuiuiNsinuer for are t.evi i pan him in here Loeing theui.Lmle -
|
J i" i to be held j jI a-Ci4bn CLron.cle.
i I' unary: i
: i-k tor the support of i!! KrrpliiK seet Potato fcUf L WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !

L. 1 Several thcusnnd men, many of them -
WAS WASTING AWAY.
LEK 11.\1 ELL.f practical farmers have told us a great I Know One nreiseme -- of f crap obeunaie void! name is iy-BaUa The following letter from Robert ?Mae.ILMnII..t .xtuo.ur READ THE 1. :nlR!
sweet
|! many ways keeping: potatoes. aM,..,what ls'ltiful... .
-- .
Commissioner. R. Watt-i.f Sjlem. Mo. i- intructive true .r Ftni. and 1
County It Is enough to Jeep sweet mom we inre for aeiaiir a r rinrd tit
potatoes
easy "I have been troubled with K'Rtretnp..h .. JOB
our""I4- .
1.ul1ce' myelf as a Marston $ Quina are sole : 're. R.'tt..rpuc 1
t if they are put up without :lnysport's .. hwof a I. it <,! tap .
: n jl
'" kidney diea=e for the la: t five ; oUC"1 UK.HrkrfVti.
t election a- county i I cr Utl ft I'erfunie 1l. rrbn
t' alto districts of i : of rots in or on: them. But how agents for the celebrated years I lost Heh and never fet! ....ofumeullh.hetw1rtmrr.premtu' !
Ks-j J "in the mar'.K. tar IREITOI ti
,('''.,. ..'.... subject to the action I, about those which already have their Odorless refrigerators 1 well and doctored with leading physician t.hte...are,iialwi.ri I\n".L E -11 t.. hug, t..., ,
Pia.I'dt.-r t nunflll 'T01II'nt. T. .
..' itio piiinarie* July 15. i cellular structure permeated by the absolutely guaranteed or and tried all remedie'uggetd themanduLn. >e m wh"r.J,2I: t (4J1 ."r ,ap i
i.tort .>f the voter:, mycelia of black rot. dry rot soft rotor without relief. Finally I c vi Kite a 60-Plw. Dinner --...:.'X 1
to,OPt.-t>aI a "" .olOf""oJ-n..l.: 1l'.1 .
JOHN WELSH.! if t any other rot? No amount of care in money refunded.There's : tried Foley's Kidney Cure and le<* ...,.. irv...1 twl.. fn....?..for. fair .1,'j-. 1) nfafr
than! two'bottles completely cured n. "" "pill" r' '! '_ I: t.n
i handling: or housing will save potatoes! iamerrmwhpinedSri. : mal r dwd 11' nf KOCHII'ilitn t.r 7.1..-1 "tj #
r. county Commissioner. !i lots of money to be made me and I am now sound and well" i ptpanot.etrder. .. l*. Cu-t-iinn 'Vt. "..w, KrlTr aril 1Nye

by' t- IIt i \\'. .\. Shelby here !1;j thus" affected.-Farm and Ranch. in real estate-lots of it. A real estate -, W. A. D'Alemberte. 121 r'. Palafox.: >; KITII.IE.UVC. On.BtH Fork'\I11..llrlllnlll..r.., ..nrw.nrc. ..WIIK if: Wv|,.,DM.
"
:.is candidacy re'tiuty Chance. sign is usually a fineer-board to I irrt.iti: to-dar. Mi..."'*...V". are .1: ..,...-. we aU..w K Tcry I.n.t u. mr proSalle i*
Had a ..'II.t: ...IH t>.ewe rot ,.'a "n. \\ f trn< y-o. Snnvwyn ,:.d. iJ*
., commi*loner | Mother-Do you think that young: wealth. Thos. C. Watson & Pocket cutlery and scis lamp.t"brfomtit.' wrdouthno- '.r W.e llow JMJ H day' nine..In whffr '
.
No. ;.i of cambia Co. the leading Real Estate firm In a fry IU',. 1 tm more urn B*.- .'iii tne t< lrhTi. >r ll.. ,,""'I' IWHI- J r.< In T< TOorMri.
? I AO-NEs niTrurvnch .' 100... Wut .. .
!
man has saved anything I : T paying M. > 4rU/
t-.e action of the have some offers which it wouldbe sors from the rinest to the
Daubter-Undoubtediy:: ma. lie says worth while to consider. Go SALVONA SOAP CO. Cor. 12th I PinE Sts.
..; in" July 15, and your cheapest at the Willis "\ ST. LOUIS, MO.
1 .- ,rty support of all he has never loved bvftfe._ and see them to-day, and don't wait ,

I Try THE SEWS Want Column. I| till to-iuorrow. i Hardware Co. ,




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SATURDAY JUNE 7.
THE NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, ,

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I !I .1NNNNNN.. "My Family Doctor" FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY-

.i Island. Ill. Jan. It. 1001.
MONTGOMERY Blue - -
MR. COSTON
SERVICES AT THE CHURCHESNNN.Iee,1NH.NN. Messrs. ELY BROS.:-I have used

: .: your Cream Balm in my family for

AND THE K. OF PLAYS HERE Catholic. nine imily years doctor and for it colds has in become the head.myf A COUPLE.

t L.1 Ifuse it freely on my children. It is .

St. Michael's-Order of divine. a Godsend to children as they are

4 service for the summer: First mass troubled more or Ie;!!!.

Mr Chas. M. Costoa! has ia his'posession !' TO-MORROW 6:30 a. m.; last mass: aud sermon Judge Yours for respectfully yourself., A J. KI.trial BALL.size: I .OF VALUES
I 6
9:30 a. m. Evening devotions,
d the originals of the following can be had for the small sum of 10 .
p. in.St. cents. !Supplied by druggists! or

affidavits: HOULD good : Joseph's Rev. Robert Fuller- mailed by Ely Brothers, 66 WarrenSt. I

STATE OF FLOKII, i I r'ss 'weather ton, Pator-First mass,6:30a.m.; ., New York. Full size 50 cents. THAT CANNOT BE EQUALED !
ESCAMBIA COUNTY. \ pre-
hisrh mass, 9:3 a. m.; benediction, is the latest!

Before the subscriber personally vail tomorrow, 7:3 p. m. La L! H"OrID/) See L. Bear & Co'sadvertisement ajse LADIES' #

appeared O. T. Ward wire being a One game of: 1 in

duly worn.say! that he did not say, Ljx' baseball will :, Fpiscopal. another column.In .

as published in the Pensaeola Jour-
certainly be Christ; Church-Services by the $3.00
nal of the 6th in=t., that he had been Escambla County Circuit Court,State ot I
rector, Rev. P. H. Whaley, at 7:30
off at In
told by Oliver White of Pine Barren pulled Florida chancery.
and 11 a. m. and 5 p. m.St. Barney Williams / WELT EXTENSION SOLE LACE OXFORi s
that Mr. Coston had collected fifty the Beach, the vas ;
Katherine's Church corner Ltllor Williams. J
dollars on a subscription list in behalf manager of the : Cervantes aud Sixth avenue, Rev. On Monday, the 7th day ot July A. D. 1'AC-
of Assembly No. 2228 K. of L., tbedefendant.Liller Williams u requiredto
Montgomeryteam J. R. Bicknell, Priest in Charge; appear to the bill filed against her here $2.50
of Fine Barren Florida and that in. I
having written to Manager Oliver During the absence of the Rev. Mr. This order to be published once each \'I
the had not been turned I '
money over U.
there will be services I I I week for tour consecutive weeks In the
Bicknell
to the Assembly. That he intendedto that his boys are coming to every DAILY NEW: ,,, a newspaper published In
Sunday 11 o'clock, the Rev. H. A. said Lscainbiu
say, and did say! that he had I play ball to win. county.A.M MCMILLAX.
Brown U.S.A., officiating. Sunday
Clerk Circuit Court.
heard that Oliver White said the This is what they all say, however. school as usual. By B.H. Burton. C. < LADIES' t
abo\e. n.T. W ARII. I Pensaeola..,May SO! la"/!. Joaw4tVANTi:1) wY "
and Manager Oliver is more than -
Sworn to and sub crilJpd before
I his will win out. Mfthrulist Episcopal Church South. .
confident
I ever men 5 2.50
rn* this 6h day of June 1W2.! ........ ....
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'mealVsf.A.. FINLAY, JR., As is well known now generally over Palafox Street-Rev. J. M. Dan- I
'ANTED-Fresh yard eggs at Nick
Notary Public. II the South the Giants are not in the nelly, Pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 \ Apostles Restaurant I Welt Extension Sole Lace: and Button OX 'lJh.i .

a. m., J. N. Andrews superintendent -
habit of allowing a blull argument'of Ili'lp '\'untccl-Ialc. i
STATE of FJnRIII.\ < $1.90
children's services at 11 a. m.;
i
; '
ta'- i > X- -l"W fcX -* -* *rf-S -
E.-.('A:M KIA C regular services at S p. m.; Epworth \\'ANTED-Trustworlhvperson In each
Before the subscriber personally 1> county to manage bustaess.old established I, PAH:.
the least. ,
at 7 W. U. Goodman,
League p. m., house, solid financial Mantling;
i appeared Oliver White who being I j straight bona fide weekly cash salary *U
tint duly sworn guys that he has: I The excursions lave Montgomery : Esq., president. paid by check each Wednesday, with all expenses : These Prices are for Monday and Tuesday 0 _
Muscogee \\'harf-Preachin tomorrow : direct from headquarters; money
30-tninute intervals this ,
i>a at S p. m., by Rev. Oe?. W. ton ,
; Building Chicago l7stmtw
Ward of Pine Barren, Florida, a* des I the first to depart at7. o'clock. They I
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Carpenter P. C. Sunday school at tp.lli. ---- --- --- --- -- --- --
livered! before the Democratic I IV.ague |! will arrive tomorrow morning in FUn Po;AL1';. !
., J. N. Andrews, Superintendent. MEYER SHOE CO.
of E cambia FlorIda
County, -
time to give the Montgomery players There will be special revival rVjR SALE AT A HAR \IS-A ceo- I ,
a: night on the 6th day of June, ] 1 trally located saloon, near Palafoxstreet
who will be on the services beginning with Sunday ,
passengers with howling alleja. For particu- II
luifj, wherein the said Ward I
charges
night and continuing through the Isn apply Tbos.C... Watson A Co.. Real I Feet Furnisher, for 'a..b Only
and alleges that I told him, the said first train time to ret up. The line- Estate A Insurance. jTeodlwVHORK
I wek. conducted by Rev. J. M. Dan-
Ward, that a list had been turned up is as follows : 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.I .
FOUN).
over to Chas. M. Coiton to raisemoney ; FALCONS PEXSACOLAS nelly. Special song; service every ......, ,,..,.,. !
nigtt. All are cordially invited. t'OLSD01ll'n@rean baSIAlDe
for building a K. of L. hall at Finch .. .. ... ..c f .... ... .Harris'' 1 ( charges: and applying to u.o. I

Pine Barren, Florida and that the Creighton ... ..2b. ... Sanchez Mayer, pN-: West Belmont or'L. N. Ry I
Lutheran hops.
7jU
said Chas. M. Coston had collected :Solomon..c.. .. . ... Welles I i LAW DEPARTMENTOF
II Norwegian Lutheran Church I
fifty (t 51.lM)) on said subscription list Lobman ..... ...3b...... .. .. Pine I, on

and not turned it over to the assem- Hall ...... ... .. .Ib.. .. .. .... .Oliver ': Paiafox Wharf-Services every Sun- GRAND I -
day at 10:30 a. m. AU Scandinavian
bly: that the said statement as Meyer..1 f.. .. . Bicker John
B
people in Pensacola are welcome. I Stetson University
l' above set forth is false and untrue; Johnson .... .. .rf...... .... Juina.: Folden 4th of July PicnicAND

and that It is further untrue that I I Gibson .s..Lappiugton': ':10.German pastor.Lutheran ChurchSunday 1 3Do Laud, Florida.

have told the above to said Ward or Kahn..p.. . .. Laird school, 9a. m. German service-, j I JOHN F. FORBES. Ph. D., President. ALBERT J. .UHtll. LL Burs;

: anyone else: and that it is untrue I Hants .. .. ......sub. .... .... ;
: 10:30 a.U1.; English; preaching at i:30 : Fall Term COIIIIIMMICC \Vedtlc.day'Ottoh.-r 1. UX i.
that the said Chas. M. Coston has
--- -- -- -- CELEBRATIONAT
0 Rev. A. E. Michel of Lock- TWO YEARS' tOUR3E-Tbt: Law of John ,
; p. m. by I Department I! stetson I Iat :l-
collected the :said sum above allegedand I For Over Suty Yrars ,,'o-years1 cour Icadtngto the degree of LL. B
failed to deliver the same to the MRS. WiNSLowM HOOTHINORrp ha! port, N. Y.. the former pastor of the ''I DEGREE ADMITS TO THE BAK-The diploma the Law Iiepurt '*. '
I been used for over sixty year by tuutionsoi church. J. F. W. Reinhardt, Station I'mvorsity admits to the Bar.
proper parties, and any statement to mothers for their children while tet-tbian pastor. FURTHER lSFORMATO -t"ortheIswAnnounc"mt'nt of.;'.". 0 a:.a a,
'! with perfect success. It soothe the child! Bluff i sired information regardi I(the Law I'epartmvntaddr.>
this ttlect is false and untrue: That softens the gumi.allajrs all pain.cdres wind BalH i..l. Magnolia I ALBERT J. FAKRAH. Dean ./f Law DetrtwI'U'I \ '
'
'i colic and U the ben remedy for II.arraoea
I known the til Chas. M.
navel s
It will relieve trod poor little suSercr iru- First Baptist Church-Services at BY TIn I D. Laud
C'oeNtu; for about six years and know'1 mediately. Bold by Druggists In every cart! 11 and S
of the world. T".Oly.1Cl'Uli a bottle a. m. p. m. Preaching by
him to be perfectly hout>"t. Be sure you ask for"M r. Wino! : '; Sooth- the pu-tor. Rev. Frederick Jonesat 'rl< I. 1 K.
OI.Inm'HlTE.: ng Syrup."and take no other kind the \'\'
morning service.
--- Sunday
WNNM"rV'm"
$worn aud subscribed before me ] $ '= S 57S S2S tiJ.525otr school at i):;&I) a. m., E. D. Beggs, MYSTIC ASSOCIATION. i'rt
tlmtith; day of:Juue, l>tdi.> '
upermteudeut. Young People's service -
; Seal! WM. A. FINIAV.JK., IZ ', Watch for Grand Street Parade
at 7 Bible
SOCIETY EVENTS p. m. Day service at Window ShadesAND :'
Notary Public.It > at 10 a. in.
s Recitations
II I, p. m. by children and
i short address by pastor. A cordial !See Posters for Full Details.A II{

will be noted that these afllJa- '' invitation all handsome will be II(
to to attend. prize given to
t
vits are based on a quotation from n !ND PEHSOXALS the lady selling the greatest
Chriotian. number of tickets. Lace
e Curtains
I the Journal's report of Mr. Ward's ,:, rn f

.!S252525'25252.5'25'2.J Central Christian Church, 15 East Admission, including fare 35c;
(
pfch. i I Romana Street-Junior C. E. at !9 ,

Aa THE NE\V reporter understood I 1. lion Jeff M. Lamar left tlis niorn- a. m.; Sunday: school at lu a. m.; Children 23c.; ....SALE.... II(
ins? for Tallahassee.
1 Mr. Ward and quoted him in its I t (preaching at 11 a. m. aud S p. m. by --- --- -- Ill.,

report of the meeting, he stid: W. VanKirk left thi morning Rev. Pittman, pastor of Christian (\ (\J\ (\ (\ jJ'! (i f1'i"llrllllll

I'i!! for a business trip up the P. & A. : church McCoinb City, Miss. Mr. f(
that "}I" had been told that: ? MONDAYjfJUESDAY ;:
Pittman is a good speaker and a man
The Ladies
Mr. White had turned hi. 11tt |, of St. Michael' Parish
I j i will give a lawn party at \r5. Dr. of wide reputation. He is thinkingof
i
t --. to Mr. Ct,-ton, who was now i j I i Anderson's, June iMh. locating here. The Y. P. S. C. E.

king; the vote of organized labor :, i will meet at j p. m. All are invitedto NICK'S L. FRIEDMAN CO'S;

I I J. H. Fuller returned thi* ramiiug attend these services.
a 10 -end him to the II' i.l1lure. He I
i to Ins home in Nadawah after a few

had been told that ai much a* $:>0i I days business visit here.i VnitersaliNt.Sunday I!{

i I i One Lot Window Shades worth 2'1 i and :!:)c. to at .
go
had bcu piiJ on that Int. but astembly : school at 9:30 a. m.; Y. P. Q
i L. Diilin of Wurington left iumiuiiDAILY One Lot Window Shade, worth 3"; and tic: to at ":)
C. t". at 7 ,, P go
m. "Children's
subject <<
i5! had never S*MI any of p.
for Luverue Ala. One Lot
yesterday to accept the Window Shades, worth 00 and Tic, to go at. .
:r unday- Child Spirit, Matt.
that money. i, a position as j itcher for the Lu- 1y:11. lesson One Lot Window Shad: *, worth !*)3( and $1 1, to go at. 51 -
Scripture Psalm 23.
\ verne ba-eball team.J. fit
Dnn'tthiLk \less of your ay-tern I Prayer meeting every Thursday JIll One Lot Lace Curtain, i to 3 pair, worth |1.25: to $1.7 .

than you d" nf your hou-. Oivo it I McConaugliey, the popular evening. All are cordially invitedto to go at. .. ... ..... .. .... .... .... .... ... . lit-

:l thorough cleansing t'H. Take customs: inspector, left this morningfor attend thee services. MENUS One Lot Lace Curtains: 1 to H pairs, worth ?2.5t to ?.* ', ..

.I Hood's Sirapunlla.EPWORTH : Caryville to inspect and measurea to go at ..... . . . . .... .. .. .. .. ._. tOne t lit....
Christian Seizure.j ..
small river steamer. Compri all the -
------ --- Up-to-
:j Services at 202Vest Gregory streetat Date Lot Lidies'Sulor Hats in all styles only. . ', 1 It.
I! Chester E. Latham, wife and I Dishes the Markets One Lot Children's Crash
Tam
LEAGUEVILL O'Shanters 11(
'
to 1 IIM
11 a. m. All interested are invitedto of the World go at ; <-1
daughter of Chicago arrived in the
attend. C Afford. See Show Window. ..
city yesterday morning and left this
\ ENTERTAIN
for East Florida.
morning Happy Tune in Old Town.
YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,
--- twin-Meters, Laura and Alvide "We felt very happy." writes R.

i The Epworth League of the 1'ala- ,i Audreasen, will be confirmed tomorrow N. Bevill, Old Town. Va., "when Ladies' Private L. FRIEDMAN'S & CO'SThere's =

in the Norwegian: cl.urch. BuckJ: n's Arnica Salve wholly
fox Street Methodist church will Dining Parlor. .
Holy service at 10:30 a. m. cured our daughter of a bad case of };RACKET STORE.. @ .

give a Literary and Musical enter- scald head." It delights all whou :?
The principal of Metis's Rniue -
: tiur.meut IU the Miiuliy rtchool room -e it for Cuts, Corns, Bruises, Ulcer
College\ has been fortunate in securing .
of the Methodi-t church nnTliursd-iy *. Infallible AMwmP
Eruptions. for Piles. Regular Dinner Daily.Short .
: the services of Mr. Ross E. Pol. 1 l) V U V11 VV
night, June 12.! at S o'clock. The Only 2-1: :. at W. A. D'Alemberte's
i lock as assistant teacher of the night;
i chief feature of the entertainmentwill : drug; store. 121 South Palafox. -- ----
session the
i : during summer mouths.
be a lecture by Hon. Cha?. II I II II I Orders i'romptly 9 Consolation in Know, .

Laaey of this city on "Th l'hilo- t A rare musical treat awaits tllle'who Second hand how cases and counters Filled. Sight or Daj.
at low Wm.
prices. Johnson
&
phy of the Unreal." All friends of shall attend the concert at the -ou. 7j3t that you can pet your Carr

the league and church invited. Ad. I Universalist church Monday event paired in a thoroughly effiui

iaij.-u: n free.A t ing, beginning at !s o'clock. Tickets a4L >9TORIA1.Bear If yon It"*Whib Something, you'll Good find< It to a\Eat : durable manner at J. M. Ha

--- ----- -- are now on sale at Mr*. Bowers' ,the ltl Kr l Yll Hats I'alys Baud ,. : Co' Their skill in renew.

BIG KAKNKi: ;, millinery store. e: I'l+-JP. : Nik Apostle's : broken parts painting and v
I I of ;
.
twill Fount fats Better Than Any Mr and Mr?. S. C. Donaldson: entertained ing is too well known to need -
Popular Restaurant.
Other Inu'HIDlt"m. mention, while their
few friends pricet
a Friday even-
is the latest! ,;
Money put into properly selected: | fug with a pleasant social at their! La L Nona See L. Bear &: Co'eadvertisement markably moderate for the

food that brings hetlth! and maintains home on East Gregory street. Dancing 1 in I taking care displayed", in all
it is better invested: than any o another column. f work.
other way.A was indulged in until a late II I 'e '

who had hour, when the guests were invited -- -
man spent hundreds of ---
J. 31. Hilliard
;: dollars: in medicines to try and get into the dining hall, where an elegant I & Co,
well writes that the he has I I J. M. FOLKMAN
paat
year
was served. All III ,
supper enjoyed
i No. 30 East Garden Kt.MEUX'S .
ued 156 packages of GrapeNuta.. He / ,
!ays, Several years ago I had twos the, evening's pleasure and voted I ** Contractor for Decorating *
-vere shocks of paralysis bringing Mr. and Mrs. Donaldson the best of II + :

.>(i general nervous debility. I was i 1 entertainers. rA II I I Call Up Phone 343 or Drop a Postal Card. ;
.vt able to do work of any kind fort II : /;)
woeralyears. I I All Work C. 0. D. and Guaranteed. C jl/

I doctored hundreds of dollars I I LEFT FOR HIS I V '
Corner Baylen and Government Streets. tJ Zaf-r: /
y away. About a year ago I began I i : &
HOME IN KENTUCKY ".
zing Grape-Nuts Breakfast Food !i i One Clock West ot HostoBce Right on the Belt Line

and have so steadily gained in -
strength/ and health that since last; ir i .i I I I School of Shorthand Tjr>ewrltinjc and Literature.
F. T. Vermlllion left for his home T. W. LEWIS
July I have worked every day at collating I I Now is the time to enter school and prepare for a lucrative position A

for large company walking i at Junction City Ky., this after- 1 I I I vacation. Night and day sessions.
DEALER IK
**'Veral miles a day and have not enjoyed i I noon. While at work on Railroad _

taanldonow.better health I am for able over to 20 use years all I wharf Thursday afternoon Mr. Vermillion I. I We have Samples I You never heard of any one using '
I "m P PAPER from the LargestManufacturers Foley' Honey and Tar and not be. If you wish the very be"t
l
kinds of food but do not eat much
1 ,
suffered dislocation I i in.
a : cf his I ins satisfied.V.. A. D'Alemberte, I
f besides Orape-Nuw and Postum; i the United States.. 121 8. ice cream freezer at the erll:
Food Coffee." W. F. Albro, 5)1 ;! right knee, and he has gone home to i: Palafox street. lowest WiU' .
Pa. Feather Scroll 15c per roll. price, the
Cteetnat St., Scranton :
Don't overlook the recipe book in i have the benefit of treatment of his Dining Room Tapestry! $l.51 per roll. i I Foley's Honey and Tar Hardware Co. can plea-s& -

II{, cacbpackageof Grape-Nuts. I relatives. Call Up Phone No. 33$. I i1uhlldnD.SlJlesure. No opiates. you. ;







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