The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: June 9, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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Twenty-Five Persons Are In- Pelee,.Will. > Probably Remain ;

I jured In Crash. Active For Months. _

Victims Fatally Burned and TWO OF THESE FATALLY HURT -- I r. a
( Calls White House Booker \Vashington'S

Fine Buildings Destroyed. Passenger Were Cut by Flying! Glass Fort De France Not In Peril From Vo!
I Cafe. : 1 1I
or Injured by Being Hurled Against cano, but She Is In Great Danger ol

the Sides of the Car-Many Were Being Wiped Out by a Tidal Wave I, t. i s
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bi' "W' I !!several the largest hotel*, might Removed to Hospitals. I Says Professor Russell.
I Special to The News.Washington i
,,f ,' N. Y.. June 9.-The fine have developed into a general con- St. Louis June Twenty-five persons New York June 7.-Captain Barry, I j MRS. ROOSEVELT i .
were today injured, two of them ( June 9.-A facetious :
of the cruiser Dixie just returned I
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toe United States ho- flagration. {
j. ? fatally in a collision between a car ol from bearing supplies to the volcano I guide who delivers the lecture for

tr,,. -w i)? a big fire this morn- the Clayton branch of the suburban victims in the West Indies said regarding GOES TO OYSTER BAY #
electric line and Engine No. 265 of the one of the many enterprises that f
conditions in the islands j I
POLICE DEPARTMENTSHAKEUP Missouri Pacific at the surface
crossing mike money taking parties of tourists -
"Conditions are not as bad on fai..1! i
-*,r.ttoianbuildingand.art at Brentwood St. Louis county. I special to the News. I
The two Unique as on St. Vincent because on around Washington, has incurred
men fatally injured are I
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IN EARNEST wo'I'' Washington, June 9.--Mrs. ROO>1&-
We Union .
!" ?f the ?tern William Layson motorman of the Martinique the people are fairly the displeasure of President i .
supplied with and there I U''! velt and children left Washington! ?i
: ,:1., :, ,>:Eoe and telephone office electric car, and George Gibbons, a everything i I
negro laborer who shared the front no danger In future eruptions.: Only a II i Roosevelt. Referring to the White this morning OH the naval vessel j J J ;I

..r- di itroyed. Special toThe News. platform with Layson when the collision small area of 12 square miles has been ; House in his spiel the guide said; Dolphin for Oyster Bay. ; '

TP. fatalities are known and New York June 9.-The revolu- occurred. devastated, but on St. Vincent the destruction J
The fireman and of tie rail "There ladies and gentlemen, is the .j ..._
tion in the of engineer extends over a third of the \
police department
<:?m *r believed to be victims. road train were both injured and re- island. Plantations orchards and everything White House Thomas Jefferson TERREll !
still New York which the people voted moved to the hospital The passengers have been ruined and tin I i .i
The flaare: raging.; !
for last fall, is at last on in earnest. were cut by flying glue or thrown means of subelatenca have been taken built. It was formerly called the ex-

T',*' Arcade and Shackleford Police Commissioner Partridge to- against a door window or seat In such away from the people and thousands ecutive mansion. President Roosevelt CREAT VICTORY 1'1 i i

and later a manner as to sustain painful inju have been left la need of some kind ol I j
b wire destroyed
: : day announced that this time the insisted the right name was 'H
ries. There were no physicians at support." i i i..'..
r., ':- -' >w that eight people areT greatest shake-up in the depart. kand when the collision occurred andit White House, and it has been calledso Special to The Sews 1 ,
Real Cause of the .
ment's hhtorywas to come. was 20 minutes passengers say be- Eruption.Of Atlanta: June 7.-On Wednesday, I 1 .a
fore the injured received medical at the scientific results of the Dix; except recently when it gained July $. the state democratic convex t I

t :.,-,- Natioailbinkbuild- Thirst step in the big'change tention. A majority of the victims Ie''s expedition Professor I. C. Russell! the name of 'B oker Washington's tion will meet and with one ballet declare i' j

. w-r'i.1uU1ej.: will be the appointment of seven new were able to go in search of doctors; of the University of Michigan said: Hon. Joseph M. Terrell the nom!. 1 1.
police captains.The the>msO'lvu. Residents of Brentwood; "Tha overheated rock bursting Cafe. nee of the party for governor of OeotKia. ,

; :: ."-; is estimated at commissioner announced that carried others to convenient houses of against the water near the base of the Roosevelt heard of this t

. placed: them in neighboring lawns un mountain caused superheated steam The following are official totals toe ;1
there would be a thorough cleaningout til physicians arrived, which burst the mountain open." and sent word to the proprietor of governor as the result of Thursday' I J

'!1- M.! i. IV'' was asleep in the of "Devaryism" and all that tI I Professor Hill who investigated the I the enterprise that the Booker primary: Joseph M. Terrell. liB; J. ", j ,
outbreak for the government said; H. Estill 88; Dupont Ouerry, 66. .
\ ..; was burned to stands for. FATAL FICHT j i "Months will be required for the Washington reference was highly Mr. Terrell earned 80 counties with f j Ii

I He admonished the captains to I final 34 counties with 1 ;
: I sclaatiflo decisions. We have Distasteful to him and be desired it 196 votes as against
i treat all subordinates alike without i'ad an eminently satisfactory trip. Tin 88 votes for Colonel J. H. Estill and } 'j t
firt ,- : .-...Jw.c : is feared, IN TENNESSEEi '
cut out.SEVERE 66 for lIon. Diupout
regard to politics. !! |I rocks and volcanic matter which W1l I 23 counties votes
w ,fatally/ bur Hijas wa al.oan un- ._ I i have collected mutt be cut into sections I ------- -- Guerry. j .1
and analyzed before we can The victory was almost as tha most i
; wu -.frvaat airland Mrs. Hart FEDERAL INFLUENCEIN Special to The News. I five extended opinion for publication. SQUALL sanguine of Mr. Terrell's friends expected

i nrv. started ia the Arcade Xa hille. Juris 7.-:'A special to Ths Professor Hill advocates the establishment : Some thought his vote wouldb

\ Banner from Erwin says that one man of scientific observatories In I FIFTY MISSING even larger but they were inclined '
: ..: and that and the Bhackle.ilding THE STRIKEI
was killed and two badly wounded as the Caribbean district for the detec- to make allowances for counties whiob j

.! together with the I the result of a shooting affair Ubtlight. t'la of the Imminence of volcanlo erunnoes -- seemed to be in doubt. j

aa that fcumra We may be saveda As in Mr. Terrell's case the con,.... 'I'j.j i
. situated in the News.
Saratoga: Special to Tae
i to The sews.New It appears that Ale Masters and L scientific Institution easily and I tion will have easy work with the ottnar 1

* : National bank buildin, York Commissioner R. love got into a Quarrel and had a economically founded and maintained, Boston Mass., June-The harbor- statehouse officers. One ballot wW! ]! ea

of Labor Carroll D. Wright is here fight in the afternoon, and that John 1 Pelee Will Be Like Vesuvius master's office and police stations settle It all and the convention will 11' 1.
V : -truyed.
President Roosevelt's emissary F. Tinker a half.brother of Masters, most likely adjourn after a few hours'session. J I
today as "I think Pelee will\ smoke and I
i ,tents of the :safes and de- to the coal operators. His became Involved in the difficulty. Mast main active for months," said re-I along the water front are besieged I i f ,

.l remain intact and the presence is regarded; as the first stepto rs and Tinker renewed the trouble sor Russell. "It probably will be a '' today by anxious men and women --Accident t l &
'I''I'casl' | Peculiar ;
to a Boy.
to bear about dusk with the result that Tin J n1Npw
federal "
bring pressure Vesuvius I
s J"ing business today as !her was shot through the body and again. hardly I making inquiries about friends who Decatur. Ala., June 7.-A barrel I,
the mine owners, especially in reference Instantly killed. I i think Pelee will\ !smolder and blow up I Just emptied of whisky was placedin f 'I .

.' to the coal and railroad strikes. Masters received a wound in the in one gigantic explosion. I believe It went out in small craft yesterdayand the back yard of Bucbhelt'a saloon 3 t ;

The commissioner will remain several will quiet down and gradually die I had not returned when a severe and Will 1
I. as a year-old
.'-<; there was no wind !kip and Love was shot in both arma negro 1 :
is made A new lake will form in the
days. After inquiry and the shoulder. Love is thought to away. squall struck the harbor last even boy. was looking down the bung the j
fire, which was in they the crater, tropical verdue will grow I .
into the coalers': ; bi fatally wounded. Masters made hid missing barrel exploded igniting the boy'sclothing ,
where there but black ing. Nearly fifty persons are -
: and not far from government will be able to act.Great escape. is nothing gray i and burning him severely J 011.
ashes '
today. The heat of the sun caused the whisky; ,; .
"The people will build new villages' --- --- J i
II to ignite resulting In the explosion.
GIVES and towns at its foot and again hold t. !
-- their holiday panics on its side and I i PI'

; f I Pelee will remain quiet for probably: I Amsterdam.Kruger Declines June a 7.British-It is Office.reported* } '<}.1.

Clearance Sale TECH $1,000 ; 50 or 60 'ear:!. There should! be a; WRIGHT
II bere that Mr.. Kruger has declined the I" : }
least a seismic instrument. on. the. facilities J
offered by Great Britain fofl
an instrument
I volcano, which recordsthe
( ) his return to South Africa but has acepted < I
-0- ( I Special to The News. vibrations of the earth. Special to The News.Wilkesbarre (, Queen Wilhelmina's proffer of .
I "It was the Chinese "
operated by
Atlanta. June 7.-President Samuel centuriea June President a Dutch vessel to convey him to South : 'J
Spencer, of the Southern railway, has a$o. The Instrument would Africa when he decided to return I t :
Skirts, Shirt Waists, Wrappers ( ; added $1.000 to the fund being raised give the populace ample warning The Mitchell left here at 11:05 this morning there. tTODAY'S

by President I.)'man Hall, of the Tech siesmosraph at Vesuvius for 35 years i for New York to meet l. S. : i t

*!'and Children's Suits' i nologiral school in order to secure has done satisfactory and valuable Commissioner of Labor Carroll D. MARKET REPORT 11 ;
the additional $lOf.'jl>0 on the part ol work There is absolutely no occasionfor
the general educational board of New such tremendous loss of life as occurred Wright and discuss the strike situa

IN SUIT DEPARTMENT, ; ) at St. Pierre.In tion. He went at the request of Mr. BY 'ESS.-\OOLA8TOCK EXCHANGE : G1
York.With East Government Street, i i.v. ii I
i ; a little more than half of the Danger From Tidal Wave Wright and as a result peace rumors 14
7th !
Commencing Saturday June subscribed to meet the
\ $10,000 already President Hail "I do not think Fort de France Is are strong here today. He U expected STOCKS. .ill I 1
same amount offered,
In muck dancer from the volcano but I
this i i to return tomorrow. Open. HI 'h. Low Clo e. :
mornIng -
o-.A.T-o was surprised gratified I. .
I do think she is In danger from a'' ...127'4 128'2' 127V4' h8'.' :
to receive % letter from President tidal wave. In volcanic districts these'j' Atch.... 797i S0'4 7iJ7H SOls 1
THE BIG STORE.: Samuel Spencer of the Southern railway u. S .... 38 39 ]
tidal waves are of frequent occurrences ?J4 38?i 38? '
,. as follows They are caused by a sudden I 111 151 151 151 1
\' "Mr. Lyman Hall, President Georgia; upheaval of the sea bottom. L. AN.137 137?; 137 137tf i

.. ci Stitched Skirts ..... .. .. ... .. .. ... .. ...mo'nJ $UJO \[ s School of Technology Atlanta Ga. "In case of such an upheaval Fort MAKES RECORD RUN M.O.P.8 Man 13034'J4 100 13H 130 9W}$ 131 99?! i

\ ;, :kiTts. Pliiii..... .. ... ..... .. .. ... ..... 12 50 ((0 "Dear Sir I have yours of the 29th ge Francs would surely be wiped out. I fit. Paul." 1674 169.!. 167?,' IG9?' 1
skirts, Embroidered.. ... .. .. ... .. .... ....$6.O, now $'.I\A ( ; ultimo requesting a contribution from "As a safety position from tidal ,, -- Penn ...149 149]$ 149 149& j ',
1 Skirts Embroidered. .. .. .. ... .. .. ... .. ... ..$' now $! 00 I the Southern Railway company in behalf waves Morne Rouge ia finely situated, I .P... .. 64 645,' 64 64 '
skirts, Embroidered.b ?)' now $300 of the Georgia School of Tech Special to TneNewi.Plymouth U. P..lM( 1044'( lOl ( .
..irts, Embroidered... .. .. .... ... ,.. .... .. ..$3 S1; now S2.i5'kirti1. nology. u about it is the built only on town a high In the ridge.volcanic It 1.1 June 9.-The North T. C. I.. 62V j 62% 62J4's 1044 621/ 1 :!
:' Embroidered.-$150, now $1.25 It is I C. F. I.. 98.4 99.> &J.8 99
"In I beg to say that g !{ .i
response. belt situated.. German liner Kron Prinz '
f-All Woolen Skirts 25 per cent off.'1 so Lloyd :. '.
Impracticable for the railway companyto \
arrived here from New York today NEW YORK COTTON.
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SHIRT WAISTS. \ discriminate: in such matters by i
: making contributions inone instance REBELS TO MARCHON making a record run of five days, Open. Hlfch. Low Close, .1 .
1 Lot Waists, fl &) and $1.7- kind to close for ... .. ....$1.00 each ,' ; do In all similar July .86-5 875 865 869
1 Lot $I 00 and 1.25 Waists, to close for. .. ... .. .. .... Soceacn I' unless prepared to so eleven hours and thirty-two min August.g.t;), 853 842 843

1 Lot\\at3.75ki.nd! for. ... .. ..... .. .. ..... .. .... 50c each ) ; ones but If the condition imposed by CARACASSpecial utes, an average speed of 23.33 miles Sept .....802 812 !802 !806 J f
1 :, .' Lot Waists: BOc! kind for... .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. ..... 45c each f ) the general educational board as referred Oct .....789 798 739 793 '
ton Calico Waists... ... .. ... .... ...... .... ...... 19c each.CARPET to in your letter, can be fulfilledI an hour
: ; Ii shall be pleased to personally con CHICAGO-WHEAT. \
DEPARTMENT tribute Jl.MO on receipt of advices to The News. Open. Hizb. Low. Close. i

1' ACM Heavy China Mattings.. .. .... .... ... .... ....25 to 35c laid 1 j that the re.malnd necessary to complete New York. Jude According to a ODD FELLOWS July ........ 71Ys 71?.' 7IK 7 ilk ,a
1 ". Lot Remnant Matting.... .... .. .... .. ... .. .. .. .... IOc Yard (; {) the full amount required (|10- friend in this city of General ManuelA. Sept 70'; 704 69>4' 69V }
,( J) 000) shall have been nM lvtd or sat Mates leader of the revolutionary MEMORIAL DAY CORN. i I
isfactortly pledged. Yours very truly, forces in Venezuela the revolutionist Open. High. Low. Close. '
SPECIALS FOR flONDAY y i 8. SPENCER." are preparing, to mArch on Caracas, -- July'... 62?i 63'' 62% 62

.0 Yards Yard Wide Bleached Cotton.. .. .... .10 yards for 50c 5 d It is understood that this donation the capital and Valencia one of tin Hept.... 58i 868Y! 684

*>Yards Apron Ginghams (Best... .. .... .. ....10 yards for 60cXH I ) Increased the subscription list to }?,- important cities, with forces numbering The Memorial Day ceremonies of
-. ) Yards Fine Dress Lawns.- .... .... .... .. .. .... 10 yards for 95cWIM I 1 j 1 Four wall known flnancUw and 13.000 men. the Independent Order of Odd Fellows NAVAL STORES MARM ET. ,; i I
Lawns.... .. ... ...... .... .... ... ... .. ,. .. ... ..W yards for 35c i i ill 000. each It is their plan he to capture .
I.H) Yards X-Bar Muslin........... .. .... .. .. .. 10 yards for 40cL5N. j philanthropist have given $1,000 says yesterday were impressive and Repotted Dally for The New. by
Valencia with of the and
Positively ne goods charged at these Prices.-. > J to make up the fund necessary to t- part interesting being conducted ail a Union Naval Store. Co. j jaosI. :
cure the gift of the general 4acattonsl beet the government troops outside .. R
( )\ board. The men giving $1,000 each Caracas in about two weeks. It Is the tribute to the memory of departed : +,

of the revolutionists to be in WW __.___$3 55 H._|1 M i
hope the
Swann, H. M brothers of the order.
Steele. James
were A. B. W6___._.._ S r ta._ __ ;
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JBitliam Iojn0on( t & s an. (?: Atkinson and Samuel Spencar. capital by July 5, the anniversary ol N-_ *) / ___ 1&1 i
t \ the independence of Venezuela. Bargains in second hand show M K__ _____ J J4 G*) C D._,___ 1 138:3! i: ;; "I

Subscribe to the NEWS lOe per cases and counters. Wm. Johnson I.. 1 >M C 4 below_ 1 a i i

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Conroy's Men Cheered; For Edward and eRUTCH-BOUND
Tn. es cf Cle-nscn College! Declinet. (
f Let lheGO_ : D bUST: tains Jo )our work. Accept:; t-I.s Resignation. Sang "God Save the King.

The surrender
June 7 -
'ia.Ua.. d. l'.. J':ne 7.-Presidei.tbi Cape Town. The
; i. of more than 1.500 Boers has already rr T of locomntMnt'; .
1 *- :; ras r. .'1Te 1 complete vlndi- inconvenient and tiresome

I ._J: :i of the eta ces pre'erred against been retried co'erln'arious points. j i 1(I ,!j; pathetic sight than a person slowly and P unfullv. r.. '.
Fouche ought
I i"u / tht ttuJents of Clemson col- Commandant j street supported by these artificial 1ml

n .... dock, Cape Colcny, his commando ton- rr When[ Rheumatism settles in the tJllne:1,1 1 iII 1m'.

.. isting of CC free stat"rs and :-19: reb-- \ that the victim will eventuPvd -
LH41 11 'Otri ef trastf of the college :\ it is safe to predict
els. Fouche is Hi. Commandant Cou- The corrosive irritating matt r t .
i I ..:'ii '-" !*j ed :o r. < eive tte resigna- and crutch-bound.

"(.a ; f Professor Hartrog from thoy. roy's men, on hearing that peace hal \\' in the joints and muscles causes the most int, ns: )p .

been concluded threw their hats in the swell and when the natural oils anJ JI-:,.,:, :
< is ankles ,
I.b. -- : Ju t a jihn'pse! of a woman's face \ and .
1" '. n? the trouble between t! oftes r.1'!'! th. t is netded to tell the storyof air, cheered for King Edward andI these parts are completely destrojed the joints IK.J .-, ::

C. : n. r .Mlt .- at CSemeonh ( her ,!aii iuf< .:1,(. No woman can I sat "God Save the King." ,I the muscles drawn and still and crutches a JleCt..ssiu

TT: .' .> P.id"nt Hartjic endure far t;"'n j the p in.. soi womanly tiis- These incidents digitate the feat: | The acid poisons that produce rheumatic pains form in U- 1

Ijy ..t I ,' the hand ,{ eases uithi ..: ...:'.illg ui. ill :ace an.l form. expresd that the Cape Colony com distributed through the system, and lodged in the arms, =!:-
b. .i : 0;: i. a In Women who have been cured of I often in
: manrtoes! would refuse to accede to th; other parts of the body-rc nltinK :
a:1d feet or
'. 1: T!>- -tudenu had ma-1-! 'noinaiiH i be effected only by a cin
Rheumatism can
41 ..'."... c *,' :"h'.i p ir.sf him. althou h Puree's I'avcrite Prcecnr-tion frequently peace terms. A permanent cure of .
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i tt 1 s Trt> stibsetrfcently with. refer with pleasure to the gain in apj-ar-i General Christian D<.Wtt is personally of the blood and no other remedy so surely accompli."neutralizes ;

: GOLD Ofj' T f':, -".,_ ance as well ain feelings, which has superintending the MII lender a' It the acid effects, purifies and invigorates the <

. !fl te every iartc.e: : ef i-5t: e.-l <: JWUT .. .'slavt Ltld: a meeting! *\ come with their! cure. j' UK Bowi in the VretJiOit Oian and the gritty p-irtkks are washed out or disloucdbv ".
. the' M' '.s a Favorite 1'icscription": cures irre and relief conies to the
)Orl And wodwcfii m atS ai <;a-1! the rich blood I
dlstrfrt.I .
h'stle! nut as a pin. :-.-.:.:r-i: s.g-.u.Juri *i d. % .j iiaaMtuottMv dpclinpl t. lanty. drte S.
ot..es and d.shes E.: \& te.i IIl'S resignation.Tr inil.inmiation auJ ulceratiuii, and cures !; General Srhalk-Biirgt-r, formpr act pain-racked sufferer. "
41 ; tie oily ty THE N. K FAJREASX: C.N: : Transvaal who h irritating matter in the blood to reunite antI produceanother t
'. female we.tk j ing rreeitfeiit of the
ness. :
I.srtzf: u :it befort p- :
'; s-4 C/Jaio.; Sew Yor(. Boston St. Lau i. i Attack : atom of it lrc.nithe ::,
;! Kakersof OVAL FA.RY SC/J5.: N'r ,?".,*u ilu. :lombers for h:: Sick worieu are invited to consult Pr. !! the guest of the governor of Natai expels antI ,1, ,

vi.. .( :O! e'. <.:\'. .1 at thdr han( s. Pierce by letterAll correspond-j Colonel Sir; Hf'nr'l'lward Mi-Callum sv-ttm. S. S. S. is a purely vegetab! renleitv.
: alkali
like or putas r. t::-
w : treated sacredly and health
ence a;
trivate Pifterroaritrburg. in an addres tithe ., the .}i-(' .tion or general
at *
JEWELRY JOTTINGS. confidential Address Dr. R. V. Pierce I Write for our special free Look on Rhenni.itisn. .in i :
f.; V.1.ITHCUT A" CCUNTRY. Buffalo :; Y burghers in the concentration other information is wanted our pliyicians will; _
--- Vot-r :m ilir'itc1'avr ,ton'Ie co much sood ; camps. asked them to mako! the l*>nT or '
Golf dc-Vi"' l Itnin to l>e numerous I fnrl '.kt .t ,'ijt rt tnun." 'nt.s Mr Mary I it without char-e.. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLAS :
', nv."e Hs Ccrre Before Nevi :ltuTi.h"I' : Tttii: frun'.k O< Kintuikvis; of the situation and to forg"t and lor

pain on menS ('jlr cases and similar Cr. ..... tttm House Authorities.Xrw ; month-. .. 111t'j131' to think I woul.I not -ee I /five the past. He pointed out ti'f'' -
JtlClt an.s tttr .. :I 'alut had nude up ra> mint to i l'1I001. M IT ,
Orleans Junt 7.The New Oihar.s foUow mir advice and give lr llcrccs medicinti hopelessness! of continuing the strut-; [ I'ujnicnl formation of :Mexico.Mexico I I "
Very law handsome )are scarf orctick i th ir"iiKh trial I hate taken -ix bottles I the Boers and I : '-. i.-ui.ous" ph.Xbicalformation. I
gle, urged to accept art |I'o: t--M '
r is-UiinhOtt.si aUlh/:: ti. s aiodealing \
in similar to of Fatonte Prt cnption.' s:x of t.ot.lrn Medical At C, \ Thompson N
1 pins ap) ti : tLoseot cln.-ter rinirs.V .. bottle'u smart.Vet&L' A'.somme Lotion from the low. Kindy
try. OnV. .nesday thi- Norwegiansteamship. Ia-t surrender which he intended to u,>-1 ol tHTin-es
Ta'iletHae f.ticil e rKiuuiN: MIICT the stand i itionfry .
V( ry tnkinu: cuff links show in each .JohnVil. Captain V.'. Augi>t. I will tell the iff."l new- to -iinVrmff i hold. and desired them to work iur coasts on thii a-t and xxct it culminates we have in .
of the four buttons the painted head of >r.valitlfcrit wa a 'Ht'3U'ntm'3Ie' to me : :
f't runnini in
Harden arrived here from RluenVMs, when 1 foiuul out \\ hat to do lor relief the good of !South Afr l a. I in T cei-tral plateau, velopes match :
ti a dog; of diflerent breeds under crystal lI"rthw."h'rllIitl southeasterly.
weak !
Nuaragua. Among the cabin passenc Ta\onte Prc!cnptioa" makes II a Royal Crystal Hot.dHiird'sIIollandlJ.
I Opal' hearK amethyst hearts and turquoise women strong sick women well. Acceptno j rt'ctiim and having; an elevation :. .!. i
c was FOUR Jung
I ? i << hearts, fill gold niount J. tesLfy substitute for the medicine which On the first indication of kidney ing from -I.. i to >.f""KMI feet nl'ove'urY-1 Ladies'Art Station.Foreign :
had !tired in Nicaragua!; se\eral .t'an I trouble it taking Foley'sKidtipyCure.
stop by
works wonders for weak
to the ptrui.inent huld of this form of women. sea. Illjrb; alKive this plateau tower' Mail Etc.Artits' .
k an! wa fauly: wt ll to do. The People's Medical Adu-er rwS \V. A. D'Alemberte I Material.
pendant. the !'noc':1l'l'e.1 c'ift1of H"Cral01.-
.\,.< i'niir.s! to the United States ini. pages ftrt on receipt of stamps to pay 121: 5. .1lafox. HAll
3 On the strnts the writ bas makes caiKjes. must of whii-h are t'I I hut.! ; pH'oIemorauaum
initiation laws! he was cot allowed te expense; of mailing onlv. Send 21 one- I new and trirht
tbe newest sliow. although chatelaines cent stamp for tliepaper-co\ereil edition, I NEW PLAN TO SETTLE STRIKE. Ten <>f them are ovtr 12.iH::! '1 feet in
land \' ( o-iins! to iae laws of Nu"
I ftill hold their own. and the Ion;? ctain. or .;i .imps for thecluth-liound volume -- I tit-ight. nnd three look down niion fertile Rubber hose ll/!
: with lorcnette.: heart mirror. loel,( t ort rata was nut allowed to returr to Dr. R. V. Pierce Buffalo N. Y. Leading Operators Are Said to Favor I valleys: from altitudes (J i( 17."V2: I ,
having lett. .
otber Hiid.uit. btiows no sign of disappearing once the Scherr.e. 17..M: :'id 1t.i; ">X Thee are l'i'ltO- the Willis Hardif I u
Futg Jung is doomed to sail bark - I

I ; and forth between New Orleans ani! > .. I :\eork.. June 7.-A nf'plan l id l...t'lI.tl. tlrih.ll I ci and_Ixtaceihnatl.Duritia I. !
An did f.flVrt in comb ornamentation Hie c\ I ii& | You will have pride '

]g the upper edge! pave with brilliantsfronrwhUh : Dlu nVlds until the John \, ::50U'S captain Mr. and Mrs. Willuur! started out : being dit.cu.sped fur settling the strike I ; the ..ummf kidt.ey arre-g'u- !j dower garden" if tl.! >.:y

extend-! a 'sign sujrces-;: meets a ship at sea whose masteiwill Lo'i-f !luntlng: eail.v one tnoininj i in- I of the'anthraeite min T=. It is on different I laritie- are often caa-ed by txee- ] own ground. Your !PI-!

tlve of a row t,f b.rds' claws also pave ( oi.s ..nt to take the Chapman o2: tem'iiu' to spi-nd! thc'l1ti....: day in lines from any hitherto trfrd dive drinkuuor; b..ir.'erh 'atftd. : i home and he can d
hat Some of the leading; though he may tl : L rrvery .
with brilliants; mounted In silvtr.Jewelers' .- his t>ar.l K offtipation. II operators are "a/: Attend to the kidl1t'at once by
The agent of the first flat they evamiiied to be in favor of the scheme.It n\ny\ Foley's Kidney Cure.V.. A. woman want- .1
] .
: CircularVetkly. ,1)'AlemL..if21 own, and if she will 1 I. .xTho .
f't I II
/ >outh Ptlaf"x. j
-- -- told thorn the ront would be I is prox; >.sed to appoint a committee j r
I *. Watson & Co
rhiliilouirnl.The I Spring Fever.SpriiijT 8M a month, which was 10 loss than which will eo to the mines an I IInvestigate I': -

-MH d'.att.:1": i on the question of :il: : ; f..ver i N another'name for they had xtert-d.. the conditions and try 11)effec ,i I Know' One "'ue Hetneily j .eadiu:{ Real Estate \ .

lowing the lad.es of the: Mount Zi-.u biliuunesIt N more-enons than ".\:..>. "lJjt't'tiuu to cldl ren?" asked I .t a s ttl...ment. 1 here are four )': '.-ranoi*!: !e t..J. l:.. i .m\.s -..,.IW'I r:1 :an snow her how i--:
church lolornii: lilt 1l1.,-t pe-'p'.e! think A torpid: liver - 11e.
jtic ( right; of suffrage.Fevera Mr.Vellorer.. matters to be considered one of whir I
ind inactive bOH.I04
;.li.um;;.: speeches had tuviiruaJo : mean a poisoneil ":-"Ht' at nil." replied the agent is the of the President'' C .STOT1.rA.i:: i .
weighing ual.
: ,/
*ytem. If neglected eri-im illness I Buy a ne'v gar .
and xilmi Deacon PoinVstcr T-.a f ". Y.. .> & ,, ..
pro con. fallowtieli ll symptoms.
may ; -,
1'<1;''-oii :lr..,..* and said with pow DeWitt'Little Karly Hi-t-r remove the window"Whenever-": .- said to have discussed the plan an J i i .. (7 u.;: 44Y : from the Willis I lf
derons enij.h.-i-.s; : all (linger -tiir.nl.itm..: the liver you want them washed is alh.g..tI to he wiling to "aiH." / / /U/U Coinpa
4 : "IVo dpHed.| Ktli to allow! in' le p'gtfren :: opening;: the'hfwel anJ rleaning nail no ofttner." I nji.

do ballot! lion* dec! alieadyup! -ysttmof nr.iiuntic! :S Ife pill-. .'IIIIuOOnt the steam heat?" I question of recognition! of the unorcarl ,'

yoLt and corroborate de Vever !trripe. "I have taken Ie- I Some slight: concessions ma) :, t'O"OU"IobtOIll" ,
< isdey \V(' don't shut it off until the Inst"f BOYS and GIRLS!I R"i..y ,
Witt* Little Karl.Ji.er.. .* for torpiJliver 'i be made on the oth. r side. dUllIoIpa'
pwine to do raoh afuh |I
any we exonerates :May. and not then if the weather is ". "''IHI can r 8'1': '
0 'em?" evrvprin: fur ye-trV: write ing our 'Blueine." Jo n Vff rml, ininis'ion 1 on all .al. -' An imi --p1,-,. .
R. M EfH\! '. Mound-ville.. Va. Cool. I IVlint houi-i-'rlj ... tx. imly .. ,.. .,,> CM. \\ bt D ti-v -n. i' ur.t- th..t i.. "
ifr The motion was lot-Jndce.: "\ kind of janitor have you''" !j Strikers Stone Firemen. Bluf niti-r. "\. r tii'd n't" t.. \\"rll..lll8lJr'.r.! .. your t.-rr.t.. l .
"They do me mere : 'od| than .
; any- .,
some ou elsf and v. wUuuh : '
Shamokm. Pa., June i.moh > turn 11I81;I iiii'0 farka.- "
i of
i : thin I harever tried.1 llirpB'P'lanniey. "lle'a J.lJtlJ natured man with an I, W Uf YOU axt -(Jlj "inn .r- "II tr., tar ii-'l-' 14t14lit"fOf ,.. .
Interesting to
Sufferers. John Shepjard, :Sidney iiil'>.linnit in his reech and can't strikers late last night Fiinoundfii th. ,-1"I Ito lot dt-lxx but wt.itat eo! .
ti J! r Daniel l ,tute of OttemlK Iowa Kahn. talk I t : home of Sub-Bo.-stfc Homer. :MurplnSchu'ft'ler ..it.lri.-. (.l.I.\ I.\ I' :\< 'II ar: (; (0 f'prr. c is Bill 91. 'I'

$ & ,. write"I luxv hid a-thma for .-- It was :i croud floor flat with rooms and two Pohs-h men am

three or four yearand Have tried The nrln. well] : :::ht.1.l. as many closets as munis I built fir-s on which fffisios repressing

r about all the cou'h and asthma The! tUinn. one of the uio-t famous ofitKMiiii a lar.v pantry. ileadene floors all the the boJ-c-s were burned. The ii i t' ROYAL STAMHD \VIIIsh I\t\ )

. c cures in the nurket: and have received i-i.in". i-ristuatt: in Here nee. modern coivmieiives and was new and mon>tratioii against the homes: of :Mu:

::4 treatment from ph '-ieiln' Si.iue say that it ?ne the name to the in a tfund hart of town. I phy and the Polish! men grew to vigo

,' in New York and other' citIes. city while (.tllt'r n4rt that It'I"l ".\Iltt )111V. SW a riunth! murmured OilS that the non..mon men prorais d i 8 Years Old, in GJCS tf 4 Full Quarts, at S3.20 per m

but got very little benefit until tlrt sii rxlltil\ I ttauIt had it tiI
on a : "
I Mrs.Vcllover.. "aii I !*' dreaming' not to go to work today.! The firerarn --- -

I M.l: Tar which tried FoleHonp game immediate \' and- fl-ivi r-df-hu1." (ruin the Italian: Corone. v\"h'n: i.jfiM/ "!.e pinched IJ'rs elf! nndfound at Lu ..- Fidler and Cameron collittl..owpre rj-iiis WHHKr.Yi-di-tilledatt'- I
or "rii>\\ !'. for the same teasoii I I.tTI that
s-.. relief and I will never be t11I' was.-Chicago; Tribune.K ; stoned I JL KDii'tilH": and is fully ma: Jr. 't\
1.I l h!>h sil\rr puitis i called a L '
I without it in uiy houe. -mcerely] ----- ---- : before bottlinfr. it Iibolutelv: pun i : I x

( recommend it to all.V.. A. })'Ai- "irii\\'i. or Co .tlin oldpieces in <-.'nnrnnt ('ooUi* I'..P.. i I celled in quality b.1. any Whi-key of ti/.' ..i'; .

eicbeite, l:'l :S. Kilafox./ T'-aiico indiffeuntly a "napolctm" or a When n Colok applif! for a pl.ioo! in .1 no matter where produced. TheRoj.tlM: '

"liiin-." .r the\ ten dolhr guldpiece in retaurant. be save firt-t; A K is eig-hr year old when b'ltiled. and f" m- -1>

.i FOley's Kidney Cure .\Xiiii-ric 'in ".11:11'" "What's the wants'; *"' CATARRH its excellent qu ulity i is the cheape wh .k

'lv\ u e.'iiiitritAu'.trt: and Holland.li.if And after he has learned about tin Druggist the market at ti.a* rrle,'. A" a beverage auoan

I makes Jscys: and bladder right.i iitauud the florin us a unit of wares: In- uoe on: for ZYTRIALSIZE. abolutels'ulr" stimulant, there H none bttt. .
I 10 CENT Shipped in ca-e- containing no mark- what v. r .
mumu _\ value, taking: it at a time "Iiu'liidin ? It'
p-e-as-e Ws'ti _ _ indicate contentIf purcba-tr. upon examn
*. .. \vL-ti! :it universal in
<< urii.Ii* \ ul .r !I"I.i t.ihl wastry Unrtq'e.te "Yeis the an-wer cr cle it :- the whi-key. i i- '.-ati-fied with the tiuai. .
In t'. f .,ti! .1 ,. n-.i.'i- having; Uen rendcrti generalby .. $
., r-f i : 't ) \\ '' ( fl N whereurmn he re-umes: Ely's Cream Brim rHAcTtzj; f. can return the -.une at our expense and II. ,

matri.. .1 ..!It _:. : .< ::* s .mil uli:1:::1tioix tlif nnancial supremacy of the tIle: Infludin' bones?" .ItM Itrlief at Onrf. will be refunded. '

4 it I' r..n. s''!..nin; tuad nf tinu- f north* rn Italy and the iruper- An in'iui!':ithe ptrscn the (.t 11I.r day It CI"lOh-.3 '"ot"... i.. .::- L.! All orders 'iould! be accompanied h:. '

j riotn nii ri' :1 u"- ii-ioiii i'f ibc ui-ntk- f..'t ttiiiin::e -.-ttn i'f the other countries hi'ard a {'..ok a! knc: thc-e straiiL-e itn| 'stlons and h inenibrant.-aU. tli* dleatfd 11.- EIGHT "EARS OLD cumncy, po"ttJftieEm..u..y order, bank dr .

.:1 fa;:. '.; of tin- 11"1'1| tnlie in .\rizllua.lI cf the <'OfltlflIIg:: of a rt"-taurattnr and the iiiiinsithe | cures c.uarr: and 7. c pre-s mony order. We refer to Fim N
drlv- R>' a :01.1thkii&i L. TAHDk Bank, any met chant in l'en.acola.
're the Ih-pi maid iWs th- xviMiin
.:. Boat Run Down, Officers Drowned.Gijou 1"'r""T inijiKreil.Viiat: on earth in IUIt'klyII -P )
for the v\iiuit-n IIi the tlopi brand Jlfl' Spain.! June 0.-A boat did: that -imk iii.'aii" """.rh. d ;1\\, Rb"lid f _
LfU in iiniv-li Ili .l..r than containing I't,>t..ct. tho! COLD I'N HEAD
r.t aretl ,-ight Spanish! artillery officers! I1e meant that be vMied to know M-niIran. S. A. FRIEDMAN.

T j >e coi'ptij nMt-is of kiuJretl trils.Anil was run down by a steanit-r today aIlJfife it he would cet the grease and lionv i.t. .r.- ic =-'l'I"I I IL-IC "lilt ,-".../I. .1
I vi! < ;i tlitllopi maul has MKvttilHie .11111-01/" T 111- al 11 I Ir .t .
as tK-rnui-.ites the '
eplained. \-
of officers .
tne luau
) I\
were drowntd. ;
; youth! i f h<.r lioii-o' she !:''''S t.i his flit. waste prea'-e and IMIIHSof j.t: HJt 1111 .'" I' ;: .u; PKOFKIETOR. l'SS.\l'uL.-\ \

i ion>c u< :' sii.Kir: fur hand\ and te>il!. --- -- a Mil eating bun:'.:! amount in the ',0( "Rr. !'ol. '\; .: ) -- -

, i fit'. both j In. i'x: IMT ;, SKHl Iuv.ltn.slo. ItOX IIS. 1Ir.I-I'III1':
; in r "1 "''s i .iiul industry .our:H! lit a month to a great d"'al. "'1kllow. HISKE//0

.. I l>y ;p ::ntlni' .1'Il i"' m-jitli hi.: ri.if The reader/ .if thi- paper will bepleas"d lieuwe get nionthl]} ,:.7'MI i .. .... ... -

, 1Th until In1 :is "t-H'i. tiilx' itaiT'-sscil xxsi1.Ltr !. tn 1...1111 that tlier1 i i.. at )lea=tnc pound. of lio'ie*. and thex all g. t.. tiot.k. !... DR. KING'SNEW a... PRtIOll4..N.: L-1't: i-idl- ""'y"I"I '.! -

I tjii.iiiiK. I.. xicM: a tit] n.iiin thit1' ,> dr-a'.Il'll j-u- that icifiicehas I b'llK b .tI-. .
He hcllt them at a h.uf: <"i nt -iituuiiil. TRY 4" ; "r .I.I..s.lle ur retail. at i' j
: : b.--n alJIotl'ur..- i il all itsta'einJ DISCOVERYFOR -
r. _
.. -
:ir jOWl
iif. :11 that catarrh.. ai.d thuthey add >:4.:"in, M i \, i. !k'o way (
'atarrh .
, ; ... II.n .- II..1.1! II..I: kl"', 11.! .. in:'ill, :Curt.' i- the only pti-imv curtnowKiimMi h.: *:lIil'}'."- PItHlIlt'l.Lia! U <.'< i 1 THAT COLD. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.

'i. (,( her- Q...- '.. 'I.! .. ti :' .. '_;:1', <.' ;:! tn the iiii'dic.il frat..rllit'Iltul'j \. .. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. -

1i ot's 1.0 III! tinivi.iNt ..f .a.', f ,10 \"< 1. ( b.-iii!.! a constitutional di<- _Kj.lT! 'rieitoril.. : .

.. Il\l1itl ..f loii.; dura')1.! ..'. H'MI. .. i-f. r" \\lIlrl'- a 'IIII-tittlti'llIal trt'at- The Host-I'm hClrt' tlian"sorry. e.-.V dirt's Consumptior ,Couglis, WICKESCO.
ill l SiTTjur she i.ilvis. limi Itl "t.r. hni.il .- Ilt;11 t. Mall's Catarrh C'ui j i" t.ikn nel. but you know I nexer haxe: wne Colcl" lironcliiti( ? Asthma
r s ii -- ---- --- : ,
M-s il ,\irld Mil** U internally% jotlnz ilirf! 'ctly: UK on my. table. when my children art
l'i: :! n In tsujji uimii -- .... ---.
... blood and inuc<)m* urf. of the prt J-.I'T -* SLiii.L: ... n- l'neumoniaIIayFe\-
_-hen .1" 1\ ;: "!Llill LJ'i'1'-1: t1''*' ? ces ; Plumber Gas and
.. Steam
a. -.-a eS -y.st-Mii, thereby -troyin tlif foiind.ntion The Coluiie'l-No o3fcn.-e. bir. I'd ri Hoarseness Fitter.
JsotT..*, u j". ". i-U! ,7i itI l ail !It.' 1'1' f"'nMve \' Jut :- y, LaGrippe, ,

t '-, tI!.<- h> r.t!ls \lulling! to :\hv' u.fiThic -. -it ti. disa..'. and ;ri\iiir the/ as soon have whisky and w.itt-r.- Sore Tliroat Croup and
patient s -iji.'th by building theoIi'tttution ,
up Hrooklyn Life.
t a< :::11.I .' s. <'n. ;.:r.':!'t\ fiii'iln.it. ii.i No. South Palnfox gf
a a-si-tin;; nature ill' ------ Whooping Cou h. J'"pf.
the 11.11"|'l tin't'mil! of n'lt.iini'u: : a divorce. doing it. work.. Tinproprietor- Il Kinds Ot Plaojbinand Oa Fitting ila;. ; ,-r .n> '->n HR to
OI".I Fr..1I
tv I'm wlit.: !tlif vi j.- tll'.e! bfi iiase0 much faitb in it* curative an ;\\\ rut Fate NO CURE. NO PAY. H' ""II: ...... rV4. "to.

r Ln.t.anl. I .Ji.. ..:nLi.'y ;.,i...,,.-i.:.- "' ;"l. :.. power th.1t th.-yotT-rOne Hundred "Everybody: sail I had con-ump- Price 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. .

: i: !rom !UT ii..o irnil I.ISM-S .t nut tlirminhCKnolan.l Unllar-for anyca-e that it fails t0 .iou," writ-* Mr*. A. M. :-hitld-of

t.E'f 1I.tlr :11:. tho .!i\ "1 I' t'nip1.'t..d.I our.. end for li-t of testimonials Chamb. .
; t t 'r-bnrt Pa., 1 was -u low \VEEULY CIIKI I.. .A. JM: Av
\dJr '*, F. J. Cll
: ES: ECo e
1 Plain_..-! I 'alt 1 r. Toledo. tfter .ix mouths of -vereickne. cyT..ti'OR
-:3wIl :"' :: =-_ FOR STEAM DITI.-IOX
{"' '''..Id hy Druitz; ; ';:)C. i-au-ed by Hiy Fever and Asthma.

- Read It in His Newspaper. 'hat few thought; I could set well Ut:HCOI.\! KLKC1H1C It.HMTNAILWAV : TO AVF.RV v .j F -ii K

i- i George Schiuh, a wcllknnwn German lUl"ainii from the Northern Wood ut I I learned of the marvtloas merit K.\ COMl'\NY. .

u< Ull'y.V.Ba."iim.1 .e r<:r.A.D cir fur 'f Dr. King's Sew Dlcory hit IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
citizen of New L-ban (>hi-<. Trains leave Penaacolk for the L.ti
-- ---
n-umpion. u-ej it, and wa, com rtsToa tag IayoU WarrlEgtcc > Tj'J a-
i* a con-tint reader of tru /1'1'/. "
'latelycurtrd. For dt''IH'ra Throat and tort Karrancat at

1I1k'c. tIP4''. H.. kn<>w'' that tin- CASTORIAFor iud Lm.tf Di-eafs it j. ttie .ife.t: 'I1Ia..m.arrive at tort Kirrnnc&i IJ54.. HARDWARE.

4TtI paper aims to adverti only! Hi' ur. in the world and i* infallible li): 'r C -ushCold- and BronchialtIcMu lf1Op.m.arrlvat Fort f&rr&nc ltp i
:; best in it* column: *. and whet he *.aChamberl.1iu' \\ Infants anti Children 5:9): m. arrive at Fort Knrraacas 4:15 .
: X:111Xfta.
\ -. ( : ; butt<- ;>!" p. p i Iron. : Sli"v' l" :o'J'I )I":: ujb"atsjfl

t 1 l'olin Kalinadvertisedtherein [flie Kind You Have md f 1.OU Trui bottles-.. atV A ,:15p.:..rp m.m Arrive arrive at Fort Fort Kirrnncii Karracrv g.tJr.i TOfp) ,, .ie''. I'kuii and Heatn. V--. v .. ojjjVitidi.w

for lame b.tok, he di.1 n.>i Always Bouglv! O'Alemh"rtp' 121 Mint!. Palaf-! Tralni exre Kort B&rr.cc.' for }'euu.. j \ Gla-". (iun, Pi"t>4* t r : kif.:
hesitate 111 buying a hottlc ..f it f.fhi :ola at i

-> wife who 'f"f e'ght tk- li.ui Bears the .. We w'l uudr your apr-ads fn rIa ra. rrive at Pen'ieolt "in a! sll | Agate and Tinware anti Hothvlu n'sliin; : :.; G Ahl-;.
- satfered with the most 'erribhpun- tuIlj of .+ :-. # 5 Cents' each an 1 make!: them bvu ,op m arrive at fensacol*.._.....Ili.c "
1 in her back and iuld ;r't U" Iflltf ike rjw. Star: Laundry. :iyi> p. m .rrlTe at Pt-noncola._.. .. '. 'S p.c: I If -AOKX-FOU: BIRMINGhAM ROLLING MILL LOMPAN: Yti
Vnn r"l (i-r'vc at I'fn'acoi. 5',* t t
He pay : "After u-inj HIP Pain -- ':). t m ,'rl'l'pat' }' n.aOI"._.. 7..' 5 1 I:' ere (iianttitclied !r.-lMi: .?. nhamptou En.-r '

r ,. Kilm for a f\\ dam'\ wife *:ud tme CrtlCWESTER 5 1I5p '1! ar.t\'rAt. l' 'a.c\la.._._ C'It I ,, \V1! I ('".. L.ft'ii i & Hand I',,.Wr ( 'r... John-on'- c//l-)
'I feel tfajush h.un .. : tNSLISH .w,," rlY. orlyFABK .
a 111 \\ D .
!I. : : KII..J .
i. :at d Bnd! : V.-- -11 J flan--*. \Vt: .
I and before Uii):; the eutirfcnnti! 'nt- EHNYRQJALJJI.LS"KNI.'LIMI 1 WCIK-DATB. ( : : A I"- H.w Hi- I c Lbi.tH. Ma-uj
4 .'f the bottle tt'e nnb arablpain- ,...- "All. .. .. .. 'pn'a-"la to fort iUrrancM tea rttart tt M .td- iir.Ir-.ad loillra. .>
'I'n&cola to ara and rt-turn ._ K
.t :j :. had t'ntirel..1I1i.h..J. aud -1t'! could "big ,imt.r' ;s { -. .., '" 4 c c: 4. Cllllltt"l U'. '''n'a.:oa to Palmetto Betch aad recrc 1'.
it aain take up her household duti.*:' ... IIli. II..44 .'L ... ..... Masonic!i Tcinule.
Uxative Pensacola. Fla-
BrOO4j1jtle'!: .' .. S 1...4 a..thstO.c..... r'I> t ; He i.* very thankful and hope that !h "" .".!" "' ". .it
all sutfrin? likewise will! bear other .he rt:1II.-.1t that tartu ;a; cwa Ja o=t- dr :-. / r' :r.:i .. 'ir1"- weather pruits! tbe rocniD? c ,
.. coaenes
IP : I..rtl.ul. pen
I t..i.i. I
... ..
$ wonderful liniment j.*recovery.for *ale br Thi-all drUL valuable :- H'UlFiV ls. ".v- I-.S .tlVI eoiacola. Lv Fort lOam Birrmea9a.m. i --'- 1jJ W. B. WRIGHT COMPANY
r Flip w .
U _
, 'I ft. ::1 t'ttS and medicine dealer I [[I I LI) Hf.fTD //1/ >! U 1p.m.a. m. !J Sp.m m :, \

J "i CURE YOURSELF 1 1CtRF.5 1.11I It. IBIg.m
furnished home. Ma rston ne PuG r mirahii 6n.m p. j. \

: __ cI., ,,, ,), fjttina can Gwas.4 I s.&a... trntAuOflI (if itt telhngmIWanctgre. ip.m. i p. m I -
supply you it micoS. meierine.. 5p.m. p.,.m' iLUMBER LATHS
1 c2 Pitg C.itg5L P&rileji. anti 4as ,
With all :
in the rAKl roa IC5DAI
way Ttl5SC4Wh'I. 5IO
t'eniaeola to art Barraseai !ofa" i
4 Ttl ,fifaatai I. en every box e( the gf1IlIne! of house furnishings at the 11 b Drugttj, lard and retnrn_____ [ JlI.i 1 : SAWED CmES! EflIKGlfS..KIil-Ur'lt' :,;:
Laxative Brorao-QainineT r.s.&. or Iiitt lii VIaL rap'r, Piaiaeola to halmstto Bfaea IB!
A.7westprices cash L epr.,,, tti .I $ !
or credit I tfOtarll.___ ___ .
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: 4rtcd7tbMtur.es4th.B. d/ .Q (r 3 t'tttei .....
% CircLi: tt a Notrslfbt received & rlUp. B>. PES .\COLA. FLA.

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I A FAMOUS STORY' Didn't Fear' the Bain. I

Prince Henry's kindly consideration :i Don't Use {

One Person In Summenllle, S. C., lives the nearest for others is shown in an an,Kdoto ''

Another surviving relative of General Marian which Hobiey D.. !:vans relates in his :
Tells article on "Prince Huirj's American'' .
In her
possession are Many of the tt.
I I' Impressions." Whin the royal guest i,

KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE. minders i iIII" I I and his suit left the Uohenzollern on i>

80tT I.i ':, his way. to the city hall to receive the'

\\by III Sal l. li IncrMsInf to Rap.Idir..So i vis a l.ircioil painting of Marion in thai : freedom of the! city of New York it 1 i Stimulants

th.r. mutt b. SmtthlO i act of dining the British officer on j was blowing a northeast gale, with '

la Merit Attar All. I n 4'tt l'>tames, amt sweet potatoes: lain and occasional snow. In order to I .!

_. 'f iilohe uiuler the sli.uk of the mammoth make the tl'lus easy as jiossible theprime I .

n pIple always admit It oak. This hoary monarch of the Caro- l was tikn in a navy yard tug! to bouy up weak worn tired-out stomachs. Spur a tired ': .
f-' d tit article of: merit. It I I down to the I'-attory As the tug drew ,
r., :i2 good they want it toy | uia, flll'L's is still st.imlinj: at a spot up to the landing I'rluIJenr)' noticed I, horse-for a moment he bounds forward then drops. : i
aV ut nino jilts from
I' j mlllI..rille and '
r.., :,. Thousands bear i the Lug hue of carriages, all\ closed ,

b.. :tIe wonderful curative jurt III the rear of Injibkle. an old aud the dripping multitude facing the : Just so with a tired stomach. Stimulants

L Is. JolI>) *pepsia Cure. It I oi'oi ''11! home beluIglr: to the 1'Jiker j northeast storm. Turning to Heard- I forca'1

h ,' rreparation- which pos- fm iLit Iso iii4usliitl! : in Itevoluj mini! i\an. he said "Cvans. please : it to a brief unnatural effort. Then it collapses com- ; //1
mpletely digests any ,
i .; /11111\1.. have the carriages: opened If the ,

4. i 'f may at some eat.other No one digest-dis I j Ifh'r the d 'fi.it of the Ann'ri.anI American people tau stand in the "ram ': pletely. It needs rest. -

1 '; ..h this result. I I aiii'.v :hll 1 lie death <.f I'e: I Kalb. :Marion to I'I'II..>, I can surely sit in the rain 'I

p." ,",; .ic"Calico mipli, is found In the i i tin'netl Hindi the '!!<'isj' with the! de .. to see them iI iI i By the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure your food is :: i

.: ', When it i is lacking, i j IK ration of a uoir.ided ti;:er. No one I

I.. :e-; pepsin and it helps :| dieaiiud that ho could win. TIl'mILl" I sums Postal Slat..tlc... digested without the stomach's aid. It builds up the body
3 'm digests only album- were t'ojieiate Ho\v was it p""
taudeggs. May- i i to bring \utory out of such utter de- small thrift of foreigners than the while the stomach gains fresh strength. Rest is nature's

i. of pepsin and a lack moralization? nut it was done, ns his1 mails. Fir n.stance. while we write '
di ,'<:fants. Then it : I: for tI'alsmi issiou tonic. It restores health. It is not
T' at 'the trouble with 1 tuij >how abroad over 73.0HjfHH! greatest soon necessary t
It \\IIS during one of :Marion bivouacs letters a ve.'r. we receive! only C'J.tXH- '
rations." digestant They Kodol don't in the swamps of the Santte that (NN): while tlf unjaid and short paid to diet. That only further weakens the system. Kodol :,1

stains them all. It the incident of the potato dinner occurred (
i fi Kid you want. You lie \\us. awaitini: a flag of forforeignerstilict : Dyspepsia Cure will digest any kind of good, wholesome :

i "t. The feeling! of truce front the I'.ritN'i at 1:1'tlrgL'lnwn. are ob'ip'd! to pay jmstage:: ; while we ,
Ii is immediately' seed aiiiuul food want to eat. Cathartics afford only temporary ;
ng *o as to make 1Irt'lII l'\IIClIls with ufereuce ;, 4i.i.T; {I.ostalal'l1s with you
1 Ill pepsia: Cure. paid I'p'j.' they said 27,71o.Wo : .
to the rMhanse of I'risollll' The us only
'iCurufordyspepsl- ;
.. r' p'I, t at on-t'. I can bearer (if the flag was a youn British write more cigC! cards than they .
1 It." E \WUUmson, ulh<-tr of note He came to the cotiftr- do, beating them nearly thrceiuaiteis relief."I ,

]tot worst form and felt tnieith the ien.iwntd leader his of a million! ni a total of 7, UllUW. In' had stomach trouble of four fears'Made 1

time until I ut'd Kodul iidlcol. short iiostaw they impose on us annually I "
mind tilled with the most \
tandin Geo. R. Colbath Alpena Mich. ;
tit has cnmplt-ti cured ;!, says ,
to the of about uOLN..N).
-a}tur. UilixrdPa.hodol and pictures as to his appearance andsummndiius. sum I
\\bich bad that at times I forced
was so was
1'or sending and this mail
Cure I \\ hat, then was his astomh'iiiMit I rp
Dyspepsia on beiug conducted into thepiiseuce our government i ajs $;.:; .OOO a year. ,! 0 Digest to abandon my business and stay in bed.
Curs' all Stomach Troubles.I I of a Miiall, swarthy thin faced At last I was induced to try Kodol Dyspepsia
F < nrWiTT&co.riiicizo.;
f -2', tmesthe jiX;. Si.itiT's / iran rot only clad in homespun, but A Real Friend Food. Cure, from which I received immediate relief :
ragged: honu-pun at that id instead
: -uttered from dyspepsia: and in- and few bottles effected :
a a complete cure.
Witch hazel SALVE of the magnificent army he llatll'.l'l'et. dirp-tion; for fifteen years," -ayW.. ,

ed to see there was comparati\el\ but T. :Sturdevant of Merry Oak, N. C. ,
ant skin diseases. -
.IS -- -
A :i handful of racked: barefooted, sun "Alter I had tried many doctors and ,

1111111'11IICIl and lays, manj of them medicines to no avail, one of lav ("!'PMP.Chel'C rt-: OReM4fFETT'S Cures Cholera-lofanloor,

only fifteen ami sixteen years old. friends persuaded: me to try Kodol. i' :5o: may generally be classified 'oJf". .:j DiarrhocaDvsenteryaadthe .

I '1\'<-Iim-nt. At the close of the conference the officer It jive immediate relief. I can eat as hard and soft, and the d.fferent: Bowel troubles of :

.".: M,me J.H':it to depart. almi st anything I want now and my varieties are obtained byar.ua..; the F-D.MWd Children of Any Age. I It.j

: ;i" .i:n.eiit in his: arose i, digestion i is good.: I cheerfully proportions! of cream \\heu made oferealn f BAi'i f Aids Digestion Regulates
tih.. no saidlariun: hospitably recommend Kodol. Don't ) lILE7NING.POWDER3))! the Bowels
to Strengthens
try .
alone and at a low Apt
temperaturewith : t.
"I> not leave untiluu have had dm- AS
o stomach trouble dietin2'. the Child and MakesTEETHING
'am. George cure by ",.
II | little pn-MHv. we have the soft Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists
her1'e are about to daie. Will you That only further weakens the system "" ( EASY.
I lie uldn't tell a trued
These mint
i net share our dinner with us?" You need wholesome, strengthening or creams ehe'es t' Yc c4'tt30r mail S3; cents to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D, ST. LOUIS. MO. .
while: ; comparative! fresh, as they ('oIii'nbrrxu..1..q. :il t,sr. ..
I The ohVer linked aiound. but saw nopitparation food. Kodol enable you to '
soon dtcumi'ueud become rancid.No lfl. (. J. yint'FKTTItear Itottor: II e wire your 7'1:1:7/11.\.1 iTeetli'inff a
aa-imilate what di
for a meal Where coulJ you eat by e-t- lomleritt. tn our little g,'"'''' tltitil irith theKtpupxf p result The effect
In the Kill. Le? i' ins it without the stomach's aid. if ere Hliniitt uuttgieulurulerrtnbtty more nulls]H<'toru that from anythingif'f
iHotel (presentHsisi ;, the dinner Harris' Pharmacy, John r hepplrd: good health uule""- tIe kidneysare ei er n*< _. -All guests.v ; : "Sit:; down sir" said the general Sidney Kahn. o tnd. Folly's Kidney Cure (lwrllialoplloutlternletlwdtat .hitnlt.) i'uetorof M.laulChurch.

,... step into our again: eutirleously! and made room for -- I makfs the kidney* ri?ht. W. A.
extended benign of D Alenlberte,121 :-i. Pa lafox, TIME TABLE.
Muet and pay 'I him on the same O.A.BTOR.lA.: : 1 i

1 w :it<.r service.FOB .- the tree where he .it. Then to a negro Sear the /i V* Kind Yla Ha.e Always &X? I
I ; boy who stood near he said: LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IN .
s'gaatnis # r1t7ef .
The Beer
dinner"The EFFECT DECEMBER 1 1 01NO
___ 1 Come, Tom gi' c us our .p -
!boy raked from the ashes nearby -- --- -
: and Mobile.NO
New Orleans .
I'I halt'tIozl'lI roasted ___ __ __ _
4: .<.- ;;.: .. + a sweet potatoes Tar I----- - i
Foley's Honey and That Made
QI;; 3\ ll r'\11J\ with their j.meketsons He pinched them *. .a. .4. No!. :IOn.I. Nob.I !
: 1 to see if they were done; then, cleaning cures colds, prevents pneumonia I i.na II 12I.m lli>5 p Leave.. Pen %pola _.Arrive 5:0) a 4:1)p lIOOp t
X.T.I a 2.27 p I:'): a Leave.._. Hnmaton .-.. Leave:3i: a :!:31) p 7:15: p
lit 1 PEOPLE thou partly by blowing on them I 11.l) a 4.! p :I:)'.) a Leave ._n'? Mobile .__ Leave 1:1$1 n't 1:1:15 n 5:00 p 3i

with his breath and partly by wipingthem OVER THE OCEAN. D&NN1VESSR& l r AMijU BIsVICTORIA i -::'=-_I I s:25p 7.1i a _.i.rave..New.: Orleans. : Leave _!easp. 7:25a -=. i

t ; on the sleeve of his shirt heplaced I North. ,
I liter ora Lustson ,i Cent, '
of bark
thorn upon a large piece ,
and: fverv. Nerd i.. KeadTOLON and set tuna between the general and It is now illegal to stl tobacco to juveniles :SoI, SO. 4. So. I No. e. #.
If in the Isle of :Man. 11:1 ) pm 12:1:Sp m I Leave ..... Pen-acola .._.Arrlve 4:11t pm 114) am
5 F.'tenhody.M'N1:1..I' his nuest.lue: 6:15 am 1\: 7pm .Arrlve_. >lontgomery _l.eave 1115am 85pm
.... z----- = _-: ........... officer stared in astonish The newest English organization is 11:59 a m 8L pm Arrive. lilrDllnlham: _I..ave tI;'J a m 4,16 p m
: young one fur the promotion of early rising. 7iaipm 3Wa m Arrive ...._ a bvl1le ._.Leave ..... _'''_ _.. _
0 l.e3Nfl. ment. I'oiil.l this really be the dinner 2iQ a m 91.3 a m Arrive ._. Louisville _Leave 8:13 p m 2e5 a m
. .. .>11 -.. ..... of the great Marion? I The French academy has solemnly 7'Oam 1I\'lam Arrive .....CincinnatL..Leave 8:1)) pm 1I:15pm : ;
--'tn ioii--bnl furni 'Vim.e, sir," Slid the general pleasantlj decided that henceforth "chic" is to be MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. 7: "Am Itlp m Arrive .tlL Lnut!.:_..:.:.Leave4Li:._ pm tI)5pm

.11 1, >r.B3, co*s and all kinds of |..*r- ., noting with some auiu-einent consiJ.{sl good French.An BEst: 10-CEM IIOTILK BEER PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
rty. Termiasy Strictest I.No. I.
.. untfed. Apply to A. A. Fisher the uuiiizeil expression upon the face old statute has been revived in IS TOWN i! :l-IJally So. S-1.aly.so! top where time not shown :>i'o.2-Dally 1:100. -DaU7 ;I
'e"I"rox street. of his Kw-t. "fall to. You do not seem Vienna: prohibiting householders takiiia --- --- c
DANNHEISSER BROS i U:5i: p m 7:1)) a m L..avo..._ Pensacol. ..._Arrlve 10:511 pm I\SO pm.
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to be hungrj." in loJgfrs or boarders without police tAGENTS t 1:13: night :':13" ....- Iohelma........ 10:31" 8:111I \ .
| i hNDon improved real es. __ ....... '
Ynu.'sua "
1 the permttsionCalcutta ::'O" 7'1 10M" I SOl "
Are. or small amounts at low Itee-oMnn his manners, young FOB THE CELEBRATED 12::!:I" jI -..-....m...I-eambla.: ...... l JitJ 1137 .. s121i .
[ Call on Le.II" 10:. Brooks omcer helped him.self to one of the potatoes is to be improved by driving '! 7:5" ...- ..... 1\lulat -_-....... ltJ3: I I II-'i ';
I ,4'" :4i sj. falafox: St., KiberSailm I I. f Harper Whis ., ... ..._ ..... ..... .
lY. Harp
but made a very poor attemptat wide open{ thoroughfares through the I :!\\I" 7::!! .. -- 10:21 I 5-1 i'I '
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:!:"' 7:31": .GitCity ...._. 10:111 I 1I7 i
rating."I slums of the city at a cost of nearly Main House-401 :;. Palafox street l :M" 7'N" .. .....- 1\l1ltoa m ...-. 1':10) I 5\;:! } :
?-1)oyat nerd money fear such as this doesn't tempt two millions stei ling. i I\I) a m h" .....Good Rang"..... I' ...... i 4'S5; .
M 1 '-:(j* auiouat want R. R. Exchange-Opp. Union DepotP. 1:65 9.15: ........... Holli .... ..._ 9:35 I 4i :
any you appetite" said Marion again, "butIt : The Greek archxological! committee Peimcola ..._... ..... "
-' terms and lowest rates i jour O. Box 2?I. Fla.: 2:9)! '1.$) Mulligan II;:'Q ':11 ? 1
I: ..Ablon mproved city real is the best we have." I has decided to restore the Crechtheion. Phones 116-2+:::8. 'I' 2:5t: 9Y5 ....._...CrI'Slvi._..... 8:13 1 4Q1J .r .
.t 'lu&er, JirtU Boutb Fala- sap' 9 :)II" ....... I' eer Land ....._ I !.IM I E\1 :
In-tt suddenly, to the general's astonish- The greater part of the famous ruin on SS": 8tO" Mossy lead 8:..) 8:1' ;
meat the young officer broke Into the Acropolis is still standing, and the ':\J.I" 93i .". .DeFunak.pringa: "Ii II I 4:4s! "
... _... "
4:1'1" 9:44 Argyle "
I. ',1 TO BOKKOW MONEY laughter.: fragments necessary for its completereconstruction It's Mistake I II 4s" 8:1:: -..-.-..Ponc-- de L..ol1.- 7:44"I 1:81 2:111" I i,

'!'ure your pr'pertypro- "Why, what amuses you sir?" : are all lying around.An a 5:)) 11):10' .. ..West\"lIIe....._ I 1:55 co i
le, buy or Bell real IJS'If -,, I
5\); h 10'15' ..._ l'aryvillo.._._ 7:1:1": 1:4.1 I
any description, have 'I was thinking' general, how our Austrian lady while traveling ona i 5\.1": 10:10' __..__.Ionilay__._ 8: 'i" j i 17 II .
."'>ur taxes attended to men \\'IJlllo1look if they had to sit down continental railway sustained a shockto I 6a"' 107" __.....I..hipley. ..._ 8:111" 11\4" .l'.I
l't1'H. C. Watson &: Co. I I 113-! lisi? II __..ColtOndale..._ 8:1'1" '
Is1 U3'i I
-urance agents Pensa- to such a dinner as this: :' her nerves through the sudden entrance First-Class Western Beef iOo) 1I .:!i" ". .........5larianna----... 11:1) IU II I
..iderate To everyoneas 'It is a first rate dinner indeed," said of the train into a tunnel. She i:31) 11\ ,". ..___Cypress.-- II 11:1'1": 11:35 am : i
we will lend moneyhoue. Not 25 Cents a Pound. i 1:..) Ili: ._ rabRldge_ 51:1" 1Ii II i i'
tld tf hungrily devouring his awarded .. .
1\ the general po- sued the company and was 7:55 12:05 noon "'_ Mueads .. _h___ 51" los) I
tato. J (400 in cash and a small annual pen __ I 8:15 I 1:15rrlveRverJDl1ctlon! _Ll'ave 11:1\ 10:10" f j

'" I I "I i i i \'AN'rJU.. T.ut surely, general, you usually sion. u_ _____ __ -- ,
Look Prices r
at our : ,

\ ', -tradunte l..urn barber WI'trade want, have"No.better" said than Marks this?decidedly" "this Is Extra Loin..15ctolRc La-tyear.: Now 20c::I f(>=GOLA=(ftI !I' CHOICEST i !

Old Time riratm. !
:"titan ever offered, about the best Generally we have Round .. .. . .. .. 15c 15ci I !
M>U for 112: wcpWyer On hoard the famous pirate Roberts Grist and Corn Meal Mills --OFAT--
: \: ,' lUrber College, worst Brisket and Chuck. se lOc
__ J.tf *T ut you get good pay?" I ship a man who was crippled battle Rib Roast .. ... .. loc lsc |1

: .... 1..1;. "Pay, sir? Pay. did you say? Well ] and received a proiRirtlonate{MPO out of the sum common was awardedfor stock Rump: .. . .... .. 15c 15c U. F. GONZALEZ 4 CO., Prop i, : r FRUITS ANOCONFECTIONERY(

-- sir that is something; we don't get at i iall. Conideringquality, above pricesare Manafaotcrem.CHOICEMFALAND .
\ K\KO\IN-\- ." !' lesser hurts. Lowtber allowed {150 cheaper than in any other city of {| PUUEGUOUND I -
-i."n, near Palafox for the loss of a limb, and other captains 'I ;d
; this the
., alley' For partlcuVanon "No pay and such a fare as this! i size country. STOCK FEED. '
\ t Co. 1:1'11ji'odlw Then in heaunfs name sir, for what'are I instituted A &ort of tariff of We do have to pay more for our I' Patronize Home Industry for there IIi C. APOSTLE'S '
i iI I I wounds which extended to ears, fin meat. and have to charge more i| every reason you should bay yoar 1\fealal1d 'f
jou fighting? Block Feed from the Home Manufacturer,
I and toes.It. than formerly, but it i-n't our fault
"f Hi-ill. Tor what are we (fighting?" repeated gers low ;I!I I for by so doing yon encourage: borne ladci- 14 East Dirernt St.
and we are selling a3 as we P03- Your Uleft la the :
try. community
.. money
..... I for : ,
-- Marion his on fire. "'hr. sir .
'. In a llonpltal. sibly can. and yon in tnrn are indirectly bepel1tec1In .
{ 't l I. furnisned roonn at that dearer than life Itself-for lib- j| fostering the home manufacturer you : Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand
., ,reel. allttv There was a witty fellow out in a PARLOR MARKET contribute the cause of labor. You owe I
_n ___ ertj!" Michigan hospital who had to be fed It to the community In which yon live and .i One car-load of Pineapples at $1.75 i i
,. The conversation between the young SIIIl..1 I which contribute to your inpport. to $2.00 per dozen.
mVaiiif l. i on a daily diet of egg antI sherry His Phone 173. ,J 1111. *. Hell & 1
-........ -- officer and Colonel Watson, the British physician asked him how he liked it -- r

\1' v f '( I solicitor; will pay : commander at Georgetown on the return "It would be nil right doctor," he said -- -- i

"n-1,!!uv.to right on.d niftf of the former from Marion's camp "if the egg was ns new as the sherry

has often been quoted. and the sherry as old as the egg.ashiiigton ."-
\\ A :"1'J.:; U. 'I \\liy." asked Colonel Watson "do \\' Post. F. E. Brawner's OneaPiiceCashHouse it

-- --- you look so sl'riousr'

11\ : >IUd .g;, at dick: "I have cause, sIr.! "
I '[11 Hant. ; "\\'Lat! Has General Marion refusedto I

\\ '-.\ kinai o' b..er' HOSTETTER'SSTOAUCH
empty treat?
-I B. A.KBiinMAS nov9tf .CUT PRICES IN I Ii
-- ___ I II' "No. sir." BITTERS. TWO't
I.it. most desirable lot tn' "W<,II. has Washington defeated
1 "IL,y term, ty the Jl'lsber.6..nCY. ?" Is a specific remedy for ailmentsof
and broken our array
\. 2i>4 Soutb: Palafox : Clinton up the stomach, liver and bow- 10 yards Dress !Swisses, worth Cc 20' dozen Ladles' Lisle Thread I 30 pieces Medicated 24-inch Cotton

l alra t i ii "Not that either." els and is backed by hundred yard, 10 yards for 30 cent'e*t3, worth 3-) cents yours for Lh) Diaper, l yards in a piece, worth

: I"i >* .mle -- "W'II. sir, it is that I have seen an would therefore sufferer 100) yard Dre= Dimitys. worth i I
\\ li ntaorthyperson in .atb American :general: and officers without from I'nwF5TIUDys urge every T ,.c. Ill yards for 45 cents. IGuO Boy's and Men's collars, ': 1(0() dozen Ladies' Fast Black, Fnll
: ,iimuaii' bu,mei,old etubjl : broken size?. to close out at 3 each. I Beamlp" Hose, regular lOc goods,
.. and almo without clothes, living; FLATULENCE. CONSTI '
pay .
d ilnanctal standing; _) )) yard, bleached yard wide Do- l for this sale, 6J, 4
'capair for
: If weeklv! cash salary fir and water, and all for PATIONHEADACHE OR LIVER ; pair .
Mil Wedn't>'.JL '. with allex- OM iciois drinking metic, 10 yards for 45 cents. 2uO Ladies' Madras and White ,; '
hom b"LllqulLrters: money libertyVhat! chance have we against AM' KIDNEY TROUBLE to try it. Waists, worth TOc; and $1, to close at i
'I". n.." Manager. :17'' Cat such men'?" It will cure you FOR SALE BY 21 Oyards unbleached sea Ilandyard 13c i 100 dozen Men's Seamless Halt
'- t ::1.CIL..". j7.\IIII'11: Yest hat 1haute did time show themto pRrc.oi T*, with our PRIVATE wide Domestic lu yards forI;) i Ho-e, m brown, red and black, for
STAMP over the neck of the bot- cents. GI" pairs Lace Curtains: 2'j yards 5c a pair.
have? Of stuff made the
I'OI'I..I'11V. ........ such were tle. Avoid substitututes. ( long, regular T5c goods, to close at ,I
25 dozen
-- for Men's French
... heroes of that struggle which won Min yard* Embroideries, regulart5c 1 : Dropped-
''\tR HROWLt: HOR\'H
"'ocl!: and EI\'II' for al". us the goodly heritage we enjoy today! price ',;; to S;,',c, 10 yards for 43 cents. ;, ''Mitched Under: Shirts, worth c, to
'It:11.: Uarj-ar..Co'l. 19stf -- -- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 25 dozen large Turkish Bath Tw-1 close at 25c each. Drawers to match.

How to Avoid Trouble. .. ... lOCk yard Dress Pique and Ducks, els, worth j2, will close at f 1 2:). i. 3t) doz"'nfen'"
I l.\ I 11 (. ()o1)- ---- worth 10 and 12'2c, lo yards f or..i! :)- Fancy Striped I
.. -- i Now i? the time to provide your 20 dozen 24x33-inch Bleached ; Lace Under Shirts 45c; each. Drawers

M; ;., '.t\H'!'':..: in BEllm Hair uoods.: ::Manufacturer Hats Toilet self and family with a bottle of W. C. ROWE, M. D. cent. I Towels, for this sale, at uOc dozen. : to match. "f

t II it.. 0:1, etc.,S"II W. Government Chamberlain'? Colic, Cholera and Office: 17 lt S. I'alafox. _. ICe).) yards Dres* Cross Bar, worth": 35 dozen 2Sx42-inch Towel relr2 dozen Ladle"' Black and CoioredMlk

Diarrhoea Heml'dIt i* almost HourstromMto9a.m.and I t) :3p. m s ;:c, lu yards for- 50 cents. ular 10c good for this sale, ;t!
I I I. 'ut.t', I'CH' l'"Un t.'I'nl... o'clock dozen. J'i: .53, to close at f 2 20 each.
be needed before the after
certain to summer and
.,,... 25 dozen Ladies' Bleached Vest*, f
...n.:: ;RyGER.\;; is over, and if pr.)cured now Phono 05. with tape in neck, 5 veils for 25 iA)) yard White Batiste Lawn, This sale will positively not run t
'; ':'n bouquets or special designs may SHe you a trip to town in the cent regular 12;., quality, 10 yards for bGc. for longer than one week.
':-UP Morruoa:3 Nest Gregory night;: or in your busiest en-on. It
:?lid I m
is everywhere admitted to be the PARKER'S -

4't"1' 11..0BH'o most successful: medicine in use for -S-- HAIR BALSAM
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I ..' - --- - bowel complaint, both for children Cl-Promote* ud a luuri&t bruiufe*f'owli.the hat
I 'WER8 and Moral Lesignsi and adults. No family can afford to Hewer Fall.0 Eratorc Ormr ,
i afsignj: ordered for customers, t Hair to itt Youthful Color.(1MKrpdae.eaD.ut' .
For sale all
i 'l'ttti Moreno, SiS West Uregory. be without it. by drug- -. n1 tI> lO; SOUTH PALAFOX,1 STREET. @ j
irndlrn 1 gists and medicine dealers. i ak.andtlul@ lint "m" I ?

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j i GOES DOWNIN The 421 ABBsal Statement f.,, '
XaUrcd at the Poet Office at PenueoU. REGISTER ,JUNE 9 AT THE UKiVERSAUSTCHURCHPROGRAM. I Fndleg December 3Ur, 100iI ar
,tau eewnd-elan ratter.OrrICL I

:Pm'i Building %llJi South Politicians I DEFEAT .

t I'aJ&Ios limit, Dp- uin. I. jj t SUPERVISOR ADAMS 'APPOINTS f fi i I -- iI THE f EQUITABLE 1)

rr si fi i
; THE NEWS PUBUSHINC CO. I :I Solo (Selected Miss Cawthon.
1 i: v g ;x y r v v IT w 3CiTYg DEPUTIES. I .

I. B. HIL80X, Managing Editor. ,t! The regular weekly meeting of the I I 0, e/ NCEmore the Vocal Duett, "Love Oa"- Mr.,LIFE U RSOCETT f ij ;

W. M. BALL Business Manager. II t l i 0 Giants! of this Hawks Dorr and Mies Beatrice j .

East End Democratic club will beheld I The following deputy registration !i b, city have won White. : Assets .... ...... .. I: :.d

e Term: Inviriably in AdvanceOM tomorrow night. The meetings officers have been appointed for the i i Reserve and otter Liablsurplusfromwhich -

ii Year by M ail -K ooaa 1 I victory from Recitation, Selection From Whit- I Hies... ... .. .. 2ij !"
Monibi .. ._ ..- so of this club are always open and all I purpose of opening the books! in this
9: what is claimed comb Reily Mr. A. D. Palliam.
; Oft We stub; Grritr Pt; bfeMood! >y 10 democrats are invited to attend and I county, to as to allow white demo- j DiT-- -

I cratic.voters to qualify for the pri- i, : to be a crack Solo (Selected Miss! Cawtbon. I deads are paid. . t -
b ar the addie-sts. I 'P 4;
ri Urtflitirg !Rattt Fumitktd Alic.tr"" j : mary election called for July 15, I nice of }Iont1 Violin Solo (Selected lisi! Evy- !j I' = ;

I TELEPHONE NO. uE.wCN \ Sets of the speeches at the meeting hoc,,: I 1-' ..,:. .4'' ...,. gomery, the lin Heine. 1 Paid 1901.to.Policy-holders...... .. .... in I _
I No. 1 (Nix's Precinct)-O. C. Clifford -: I
of the Democratic League Thurs registration office. : t -.I. Falcons. The Solo (Selected-Mr. Garfield. 1 New Insurance in 19>}] I ,

L;. day night were quite spirited, and I 2-Knpfrian'e. !, C. M. Askergren. I I'score was' 15 to 1. Recitation, Selection From WaltWhitman ', Total Dec.Insurance 31, 1S01.in.. .force. I' '
hey aroused great enthusiasm! I No. Millview.. W. W. Crow. I The Montgomery, with abont a.0 1i5i! Olga White. ;
Notwithstanding the
: .
a'i T here will be otter speeches next I I No. 4 Ferry Pass S. P. Hendrix.No. I supporters arrived yesterday morn- Solo (Selected)-Miss Nellie Rob: I( cial strength of the Socte"e 1r. -1'
I .
5 Beclab A. J. Buzbee.i
It"i FEJSOOLA..JUNE 9. 1902. Thursday eight and they, too, promise 1 No. Roberts and Muscogee, E. :; Ingon theexcunionand after breakI I'greater holders thereby security,whic njoy': r,
erts.Solo !
-- - to be warm member Attend I G. Bonif&1 1''I fasting and bathing, received the (SelectedMr, Dorr. are LOW and GUARAN .. _'.
i WHY should we write of the No. 7-Pine Barren, A. D. Nichol- 1 ttr than given by other .:'
"Philippine," when we designate the meeting and enjoy tte fan. 1 son. bays of the home team at the Mer- Solo (Selected Miss Cawthon. !

No. Crabtrees i !, Oliver White. ;I chants. all the Beach
their inhabitants as "Filipinos"? They went to Admission 50 cents.
No. Blufl A.J.Cowart.
(i., .y Why not write "Filipines"? Retpectfully A srea: many people are asking No. 10-Wardville, J. A. Godwin. I.;on the 2 p. m. dummy. in India. i KXOWLESGeneral BPIi,..
Filthy Temple
xe referred: to the "Filipice"commission. what tbe vote will be in the several No. 11-Walnut Hill, J. R. Stew Previous to the game, the c *owd Sacred cows often defile Indian Agent

r precincts at tte primary election ; art.No. 12-City, Willie Sheehan Cor. 'Ion the field was so dense that sometime temples, but worse yet is a body 1

,ka, .THE Honorable Wilkinson Call i* July 15. It will be impossible to answer ,; Intendencu and Alcaniz streets. was lost in starting. The grand { that's pointed by constipation. ,: 309 B. Palafox St.. PE. _
'Don'tpermit it. Cleanse your sys-
No. 13-City Thos. G. W. Tuttle,
really and truly a candidate for the this question with any degreeof court bon?e. i:stand, bleachers and every point tern with Dr. King's New Life Pills :

United states senate aainst Senator accuracy until after the rezisttatioafortteprimaryElection.Juae12- No. 14-City, Max GoldatkEr, corner I' and avoid untold misery. They : FISH CHOWDER
was crowded when the did
game livers active
give lively ,
Mallory," says the Manatee Palafox and Remana streets,
Pat SlcHagh'stores I start at 3&j.i (rood digestion. fine appetite. Only
a i River JournaL Oh no, he only 1m.
13 and 14 i is over so it can be seen No. 15-City. James Dougherty, i 25 cents at W. A. D'Alembertee'e i I BY THE SEA SHORE
4 gibes that he i:. corner DeVilhers and Rmina Su., Lobman was first to bat for th drug store 121 S. Palafox.

how many new voters qualify but it J. B. DOIl herty':; store Falcons. He lifted a foul tip 40 feet r JL

A POLL of the senate shows the is beliered that the democratic voteof No. 16-PinevilIe, J. Hubbird. IF YOU ARE
: division upou the isthmian canal No. 17 Brents, Arthur Fillingim. from the home plate, and this: was At the Santa R> -

proposition to be thus: For Sic.ara- the county this year will be at Nc. 1+- lcDHid, J. M. Harrison. caught by Welles, who got it only establishment, t.-
least I*JI). For the information of No. 19-\Iolino. J. Fillingim
r, 41 ; for Panama: 35; doubtful,
gua by smart sprinting. Johnson gainedfirst .
No. 3 Flomaton n and Centurv- Frank Maura, wiii s
Senator; Morgan's! speech those interested, however I I I -
12. : cap- : give I i W. H. )Ia\"o. on Sullivan's fumble but was celebrated fish chow ;' ..
tared two of the twelve, and the herewith the total vote for sheriff in ;: The books will be opened in thebovenamed 1 For the text ten days I will sell
thrown out reach
trying to third.
& 1 prospect of more converts is en a election districts at day at 5 o'clock p. r.
couraging. the several precincts at the primary the place named on Thursday, Friidav Givaus! fanned. you any article now in stock at a shore beach. The -'.
z' : election of IKiO! + which will furnish I and Saturday. June 12th, 13th ,
a For the home boys, Harris was discount of 2;; per cent from the regular '
and 14h, Ifrtf. prise will leave P rodE of the anti primary newspapers
good foundation upon which to base The books will be fromoclockem. 71 price. Think of it-you will
: are complaining that Mty j opened t presented the initial bag on balls,. 2:30 p. m. everyfund... .
until ,
calculation*: 12 and from l'I
Sanchez Oliver !lave $23 on a diamond ring or pin
Burs of Jacksonville threatened i o'clock until o'clock and Welles died ---- --- -
..... ..... ... .. ... p. m. p. m.
1. 16 11. HI Foley's Honey and i iue
tl that the cotes of those counties {jot T. \ ADAMS.1.Jb' ] oat. where at regular price it cost
: 2.... .... ...... 3h 12..3(6 i opiates and can safe .
3f 4 which have revolted against the regulations .... .... ...... .; .. .. .. .. .. ... i Mother: Mother*: Mothers In tbe second innicg Laird fanned #lie). See; you save 23; cents on'' to children. W. A. I
and recommendations of the 2.I. 121 S. Palafox street
f i will be t' ...... .... .. .. 82 1-1..1 5 How many children are at this season ft- Hall, Finch and Myers in I. :!. 3 order every dollar's worth you buy. Now
elate committee thrown ou -- -
1.' 5.... .... ... .. =.:;; 15.... ...... ..24? rents and corm; .ated. outs bad tiomach U the time to buy your diamonds or
Well, it he
said it
that ,
by body. : 6...... .... .... ';0 16.. .. ..... ... 5I i and btodacbc. MolbtrGraj't Sweet Pov. watch or other article in stock 134 134 134 134 134
Mr. Barrs is not the committee and dert torcbildren will ] Hwormi Lappington hit safe, and went to any ,
j always
j.... .... ...... 39 1';'. ..... .... '" 63 cure. remove'i', '!- ..& ::.-
tr1 has no authority to speak for the are present they will certainly third ball. He very cheap. Call and examine
a !
on passed scored
e...... .... .... 16 1 ...... .. .. ... 35 i tbem. At all droggieti. 2 i cts. ample t| ', -15-
Nevertheless that 134 <
committee. body i 134
9...... .... ... W 19. ... .. .... .. 16 II mailed FREE. Addreu Allen tl. Olnmed a' Quina was thrown out on third Sullivan goods. Remember this offer is for :
will be confronted with the issue : ditan Telf hone
!110. :37 I'O. L7 I LeRoy S. Y. and Laird on first. only ten days.! No trouble to show >> ,
bud must decide It-wisely or other- I
wise. It will be seen from this that the {i! THE PENSACOLA CONCERT; Hall for the visitors scored once ;[ goods. J. I. STEPHE 8, 134 3 ltllforPubllH't TR\ 11' 134
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h Southern Educational Condition. four city precincts cast a total of 975v3te BAND WILL GIVE A DANCE AT in the fifth, the only run to the visitors1 112South:; Palafox street. i l 74 T34
-, while the sixteen credit. In the sixth, Welle,
From almost of the country precincts
every quarter : NIGHT. TICKETS AND TRAINS ; H.e\t'al a Great Secret.

south come words of cordial welcome can! a total of 536.: 'SAME AS FOR THURSDAY Lappiugton and Quina swiped the It is often asked bow such startling

and appreciation for the more I This emphasizes the advice that I SIGHT ball for two bags, and Harris, Sanchez cures that puzzle the best physiciansare None Better .. <
effected Dr. New Discovery
went in aid education inauguratedby by King's! -
have heretofore given to the democratic and Laird got sate hits. Four for Consumption. Here's the '
the General Education Hoard. A
voters of the country pre NEW SLOOP runs were made in this: inning\ secret. It cuts out the phlegm and
lew expressions have appeared offactious I germ infected mucus, and lets the Than the Best !
and prejudiced! opposition, clod?. If ttey do cot vote solidly i The Montgomerys! seemed to have l life-giving oxygen enrich and vitalize

based upon a sentiment of resentment ,, for only one candidate from thee WAS LAUNCHED given up trying to hold down the the blood. It heals! rte inflamed.
' cough-worn throat and lung Hard <
against anything having tb country there is danger of both the }'score' marks in the eighth. Everybody colds and stubborn coughs: soon

appearance or indicating the poe' '''city candidates being ,!sued to the I hit the ball and the visitors yield to Dr. King's New Discovery.the .
tibility of an attitude of patronageon At 9 o'clock yesterday morningthe most infallible remedy for all BUFFALO
legislature. That is Mr. Co=ton's were so thoroughly demoralized that
Throat and diseases.
the part of those engaged: in the Lung ; Guaranteed

i t movement; but these; have been only hope of being elected.: Country new sloop built entirely by Walter overthrows! errors and fumbling of bottles on c and $1.00 Trial
i Bicker, was launched with distinctively bottles free at W. A. D'Alemberte's. Baking Powder
practically silenced by disinterested democrats should remember that .' the ball were too many for utterance. 121 South Palafox street.

exposition of the real purposes! of appropriate ceremonies --- - -
those who induced Mr. R. J. Fillin- Nine runs were made in this half.
and unmistakable" good will manifested from the foot of Government street. 4 i For biliousness use Chamberlain 15 THE BEST !
gin to enter the race, did it to draw ,; The Falcons! came up for the last Stomach & Liver Tablet
at every step by those; I in This new boat is an addition to '
charge of the wrk and votes! from Mr. Clopton so as to help time, in the ninth, but were unableto cleanse the stomach and regulate
by generous the fleet of the Pensacola Yacht the liver anJ bowels, effecting a
expressions! of !sympathy and interest Mr. Coston's chance, and not with get past first base. They were retired quick and permanent cure. For

on the part of northern newspapers any idea that }!t. Fillingim had club and is regarded as a prize win- with the silver standard score sale by all druggists! and medicine

irre. of ner. "She is 19 feet on the keel, 23 dealers.
pective political affiliations.
ever a shadow of a show of winning of 16 to 1 against them. ---
feet over all and will carry W yardsof
pitched excellently. His .
Amonir those ;
journal which have
i canvass. She is constructed of
been no-t outspoken in their views '; The city friends of scott M. Loi tin powers of endurance are nothing but the most healing salve In ttv world
choice and will te
ready for
of the situation i ie the New York : are going to vote for Henry C. Clop i i i, wonderful and he is looked upon THE 8.STH'1S..

fJ Tribune, once regarded; as the archenemy ton. If the country democrats vote for business before the racing season i is with pride by local fans. Up to the M'lllBATHING KSTABLIhHMKNT

of the South and its people him he will\ be elected. over.
If the coun- sixth inning he had struck out nine
I bat now exhibiting a fratE'rnal'f1 Mr. Bicker had the able assistance! Bathing in the warm gulf waters is
which i is try democrat divide their vote they men and before the game concluded conceeded to be the finest in the Guaranteed Absolutely Purf'
distinctly creditable of his Mrs.
wife Cora Bicker in world. Everything for pleasure with
it and will\ havs no one to blame but them- he had thirteen to his credit.
encouraging to the
I. people'i.f building the boat and safety. Good board and lodging, by
as a rewardfor
; "j of the South.; The Tribune, in dis- selves if results do not please them. : Sanchez, as usual, played all over the day or week. Luncheon promptly It makes delicious bi- ;

cQteirg educational: conditions i in -- her services in this respect the I!I interfering with no one but always served at all hours day or night fins, etc.

i t the South, past present, and the Let the democratic voters! of every craft will be christened the "Cora."'!' CHARLES H. Briaox, You can prove this h.BUFFALO :.
/1 'In the 2m-tf
right place at the right time. Manager. a trial.
} purposes of the board, says: precinct select one of their best citi .
:. .'Ills important that those" who sixty Yearn of Popularity The Alabamians! soon found it a case ---------- --- OSCAR E MA

1 ,. are not able to observe; at flr.t hand zens to represent them on the coun i is the record of Painkiller (PtrryDnis' of suicide to try and steal second. Telephone '1. "'alt'. A.

{t\a the conditions and the difficulties ty executive committee. Each
precinct ), but the shops are full of imitation Oliver, Bicker. Harris and Lap-
\ surrounding education in the South
is to elect its own committee- made to sell the
should be brought to understand upon great pington attended to bases in National A. A. &
s i them. They are in many wan very man. If they do not elect the mm reputation of the genuine; be cautious

:: great but tne leaders of affairs i iutbe : therefore when you ak for a league order. Errors! with =
they .wi-hlt will be their
fault. HBiTEM.I
i t South have taken up the task i in I bottle to see that you get the them are unknown qualities.! TI
, : a determined manner, and there can THE POLITICIAN I I BICYCLES I
"' belittle doubt that they will perform --- ine. An unfailing remedy for Welles certainly plays ball. Behind
it. They must be left coughs, colds, bronchitis.
t to solve Whooping Cough. the bat! on bases or at the stick
it in their own way. They best understand '
.1 the conditions! and to them My little eon had an attack of MILCH COWS FOR SALE he U equally beside him&e1f. His! 20c Ir-v..vv V V ri

a XDUBt be left the choice of the ways whooping cough and was! threaten- record
was so good that at .
and means. The rest! of the country :i I ed with pneumonia; but for Cham OR EXCHANGE P
r s. may beasuredthattheouth means ,:. berlain's Cough Remedy we would ; one time Cahu objected to him batting P.U: COpy Big Stock All Kinds'
;' to do its educational duty by the ;' have a serious time of it. It also
j DRY CATTLECall claiming he was out of
Cfgro. At the same time the North saved him fronr several attacks of. JOR order. For Six Days All Prices!
.r, ought to real'ze that a part of the i croup.-H. J. ereut'l'Ares, editor i I I Quinn has been christened a 'little
prcblem is of its own making and riil-Jffrri'ilt\ Fair Haven. Wash. at IllS West Cnase street and :!I I
4f junst! aid in its solution in such For sale by all druggists and medicine notorious thief" by the fins on ac AT
ways! make choice.

i as whose may doors be ,acceptable the work to itself tho-e lies.at dealers. jlOt.your- UEt).--W.--TfKTox.- JK. count of his base-stealing record. r PENSACOLAMUSICCO'SLa [DISO l PH }iNiOG U) PH I Ii

"I The burden has already been FRANK HOUSE Of All Hot Weather Enemies I' This young man I is also gaining a'

'slit ; lifted. The South i is !!llJwland SECAHTSJATH good reputation as a heavy hitter.
' i painfully, but courageously; raUing of humanity cholera is the worst 37 S. Palafos St. Music Free With Each Machine

' j it to her shoulders, and she will Deep water sea bathing, night or Treatment to be effective must! be ;: Sullivan, the new Georgetown College

l 1 bravely bear it to the end. In her day. for white people only. :Special: prompt.and sweat When vomiting purging;I student, played shortstop. His Fishing Tackle
announce that the
,y< herculean task die is entitled to the compartment for ladies with lady at-
l unbounded sympathy and the affectionate tendant. Neatest, best and cleanest ; is present, combat it with Perry \ initatory effort was a fumble but he .
---- Base
bath house in DavU' Painkiller. All bowel trouble -, Ball,
i and generous aid of the the city. Baths 5 redeemed himself before the
North, but she can get, along without cent;*. FKANKSitiABi, slike diarrh'Pi, cholera morbus game
! any dictation." Cor. Cevallos and Zirragossa 8tsAtk. and dysentery are overcome by Pain 'ended. Norma! Tennis,
killer. It is
equally health-promot- 1:
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------ The visitors conducted
:.I Of what does a bad! taste in your I, Your Dralcr for.\11"6 Fooi-Ea*?, ing in all climates._ __ i iaa j i iI themselves Ping Pong.
i ? gentlemen
young as
i : they ar.
mouth remind you? It indicates'i powder fortb. rt"f-t. ItcureiiwolieD.: "ortt The
man owns his
i that your stomach is in bad condition :1 and HotCalSou.cblcg.Bunion .MtfatiDg Keel.Corel :1 insures himself own home They took defeat manfully acknowledging Big Repair :
At all druggleti and ibo against lots of Shop
? and will remind you that there ,I 'torei.Soc. Ask today. trouble and worry. Nobody can the superiority of the BWI S BBAB & COS

1 f is nothing so good for such a disorder I raise his rent, and the rent day ha!? Giant" Can
: as Chamberlain's Stomach & Repair any old thing
FRESH YARD ECCS WANTED. no terrors for him. It's easy to own i I IIi
} Liver Tablets after having once home uow-a-daye. ThOB. And fit
C. C.Al9TORI8.: Keys to any old d'okp.
them. They cleanse and invigorate Bring all
used tnem
to Nick
Apostie's WatSOn & Co. can tell howeasy Ito '
you Sears Oe d 1cu Han t'san 3cJy
4 I the stomach and regulate'the Restaurant. it is. Call ana see them. New 5=cent
!- bowels. For sale at 25 cents: p erg: -- --- 1f Cigar. :
14 t box by all druggists i and medicine Pyny-Baltam Stop*the Tickling B. Bmee

l; : dealers. __ __ TIle ted ooucilT; aUaji taeamma.oc la tie-Orval i -- -
Non-Irritating I the latest! Try It Buy It !

If you want nice present to give Elegant china closets l La Nona 1 See; L. Bear A Co's 16 S. Palafox.
to a friend go and look through the Cathartic advertisement i In.
;1" elegant line of suitable articles a't < sideboards and leather- another column. i

'r J. I. Stephens, yon surely can find Easy to take, seat chairs at Marston I Garden tools in endless :* All kinds of chairs an i
If easy to GptrateHood's The finest line of ,
1t something to pleas you. you sterling silver ;
.: want anything in the Diamond tine Quina's. Low prices; easy good! and silver novelties is to be variety and at roc"'-,bottom rocking chairs at Marsh':

''; be sure to see him before you bay. Pills I!\payments. please found at all.J. I. Stephens'. Prices to i'''prices at the Willis Hard- ; $ Quina's. Prices are ''"r .-

ware low.I

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President; 1 1'Ii
f.C. 'NEAL'Vice-Pruident- F. C. NORTON, Cashier; i iiWwWWwWaWwWuww .
r: *. CLARK Au't C.hie .f,
-'II.t..te .nt or theM. :
MARITIME. -I'.; ;)


For Jane to 4ate___. __ 1.s6tle L

27 1902.

Bersigllere,1011, Pwko, 8avona to k
RESOURCES.: Batrg, Dunwody. CoNor J
LIABILITIES. bk Hnnbeam, 834, Andersen, Buenos Ie I
"COUIlts. '07,303J2 Capital Stock Ayres to order 1 1ARIUV&D. Extraordinary Bargains in

la';i.. ,... ...... ...... ........ .... 200000.00 _
Erdr .. 1233.82 Surplus Fund.... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 10,000.00 {
n : ... ...... ...... .
da and Premium 80,260.00 Net Profits ...... ...... ...... ..... ,... 7,121.86
r.l'u'iture ,i.d Fixtures... ...... .... ...... 6,718.48 Rediscounts............'....... '.'.".. Am 81 Evelyn.-.MIIII,yew York vIATama Wash Fabrics. $ --a
fL' ,,.,, .. .......... .... ... .... ...... W-00 Circulation 112,650.89 to GnU Trantli Co <
..... ..
;. ..
'a .. .... .
1..1> 5,00000I.naril' Mr tt Frtmfield,1809. Wright, Biloxi to W "
< xcnange.: ..... ...... ... ......... 270,337.86 ,-1.
Deposits .............. 41J1,674,42 8KeyierACo: t.
Br II Royal lj48 ,Wlllam, Mobile, to W .1j
--- 8 Keyser&: Co

1866,347,17 1666,347.17 8AILID. 50 pieces 10 and I2c Figured ':

Th.fc..k; opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will givefJnrU span M Madrlleno. Luzarnlla. Newport, 5 c yar d
;prompt, courteous and careful attention. Moa.Tis Newport Views Lawns for this sale only '
KOI bk Hera, London J
Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Nor bk Blrma,Jobs ,East London
= 15c Figured Lawns now lOc .. !

--- to Secretary: A. H. D'Alemberte I Am tt Pensftcol CLEARED.1068, lee h. by Gulf 20c Figured Lawns and Dotted 7; f
H. FAIRCHILD, Transit Co for Xampico, with :!::SO loci coal l. .
B Saturday.The REAL ESTATE value $5,(.\ Swisses 15c i I
Nor ship King Onric, HAS. Paalten. by

t71"XXox..STER.ER. closing exercises of Prof. H. witb Peneacala l.ti48uw Lumber i tt lumber Co ,for value Buenos Hi: AM Ayree, 25c Figured Lawns and Em- .1

ROMANA STREET. Clay Armstrong's classical school Span ii eantinderino. 1M4, Equrrola. by
38 EAST TRANSFERS M ii Sullivan for Greenock:: Tin Newport
Furniture a will take place at the Pensacola Library sews,with 1,'3 I,000, ft lawn timber, value broidered Swisses 17/c j
it *:r. 'Ii REfinishing t=7.7 ::
on Friday next, June 13, at Brii Fram eld, 1809, Wright, by WS
35c Lawns
SIeciafj.r1ic 10:30 o'clock a. m. Judge Jno. C. -- Keyser ACo for Leith.with Wu_>,s ft sawn Figured ,
timber,210 toot coal, value tl,W7
: >UO 406 Avery will deliver an address, and e. y ,'( pARIOCS transfers and Imported Ginghams 20c !

the patrons and friends of the school, : ofEscambiacountyrJ. | I6oTICE.
2-& : The Marine Hospital Service bas issued 48-inch Embroidered Silk Swiss
and those interested in its growth realty were record1eddurinKtheweekl I the following: i

R. K. WHITE, and future welfare, are most cordially ....:' -'r.-.;.AIU ,,_f '., '!, which Coasting are in vessels regular which trade are with kuown Florida and formerly 76c, this sale 50c

invited to attend. from domestic ports of the United Mates ,
Manufacturing Jeweler I ,. : I ending Saturday, ; may enter without detention or inspectionwith - 1
1ttthwat' ;'9 June 7th, all of the understanding that if sickness of 1 f
\ ,. I
aduate Optician, I "I Never Kn\v Pain Killer to Fail any character bateover shall develop during
gc > .0" e//I which are reported the voyage to Florida ports shall reportto R. HALLIDAY & CO. E 1
'before what the matter be? ''\ } the quarantine officers for inspectionand ,
-I. P.suoIA FlaPS can ) for THE NEWS by I I II disposition."
,i'trt >
l Where is the bottle? There Ii I
I Tho C. Watson & Co., real estate \i
i thought so; it is not Perry Davis' AT QDARASTISE.CrssDruntelzler,2.t:4.Emerson.. : Telephone J93. 33-35 Palafox St.
-, -v I Painkiller at all, but something the agents: *
ev 'druggist must have made himself Mary Korras and husband to' : Rio Ja- ',

and I did not notice it; I have used Philip G, Caro-All interest in lot '! nlero Dan la bkt W Norma H Key-era, 3114,Co Albertsen, Para, to -'AWI Y J YN WNmM\} :
HOTESI Painkiller for years for diarrhoa, i Kaars, Dunwody Jt Co I
} 18, block 69, New City-f 1. ; Am sch Caine A Norton 4';;. Kastmaa.)
'!cramps and stomach aches and it New London, to Jno A Merrill Co .. '
I J. F. Nash to Lee DlDiIIorth : -- -- i iIf
never failed. i I Br ship Kings County, :i.:l, baiter.: Cape I !
fj 40 ft of lot 2o4, Old City-11,7.10. 'i; Town via baroaJos to order You Buy Them at the Boston Shoe Store, They are GoodIT'S '
: 'I Rus ship Ocean, liM, Mattssen, Kij Jan-
To make room for new we will E. W. Haines, trustee, and E. W. '1 i eurotoSSLC'o! I

Framfield arrived sell several of our second-hand showcases Haines and wife to R. E. L. DaniellSe

to and counters cheap. Wm. of block 245, East King tract i THE SHIPPING. ..3
.. Biloxi consigned 4
Johnson Son. "j'tt 1 I I NO USE

,1. ", :, l... I -1100. VE8SEL3- PORT. I.ki I.
A. M. Livingston et al to W. L. .
,f the steamer Evelyn: | STEA SHU8.
.1,1 i
1: -> SUNDAY EXCURSIONS Bell-Lot 13, block 135, East King BrA J Hocken, llM, Bennett, to Pensa-
w,. ? :x.: Anthony's hospital tract-$';' cola Lumbert'o FOR BETTER SHOES !
i tlr Batten Hall, 1378: \Vepper.er to Kaars.Uunwody .
a-: ,' 'j iv verill. I Wm. Fisher and wife to Walter M. j 4 Co
LARGELY PATRONIZED ttr Horsley.:UO. Northfell. to order OR BETTER PRICES ,
T: ';, 'it '1 rk liner Evelyn, ar- Pitt-W 40 ft of lot 1, block 130, New .i Span Ida. l\;ti. Arana, to Gull Transit Co .
I Aubt Jenny, lo;<->,Causolicn to Unit Transit 1 i
and is now :! ,
-' .rrdav City-fl2o.:
F. : : -- -- 1f
; tolir
THAN THE .:1. .:1. -I. j
Middleham Castle, IKS, Lloyd, to Gull ? 1
:alai? 0 :: tf>> at Commanr Jas. C. Watson to Wm. Fisher j

o L:. I The city was full of strangers, Lots 8, 9 and 10, except south 74 ft I Transit Am Pensacola Co 1068, Leech, to Gulf Transit -

white and black, yesterday, the excursions block 44, New City-f 475. l Co
I,.., \: r- :':, ts. will preach to- Span Satanderino,1k14, Lqurrola. to M H Boston Shoe Store ;
t'lOifHtiauchurchi which arrived early in the Jno. K. Ewing et al to Chas. W. j Sullivan
: I : ,I' : i :: SHIPS.
I Johnson-52, by 55 ft of block 10, Nor King Cenrlc, Pouhen,to Peneacola
"II i KL--. '. .rl' t., -.rt-et.. His subject day bringing over 1,000 people. I Lumber0; l '

'A ., >t? !.. -t f Christianity. I They sought amusement in various Maxent tract-1125. i I 15r Lizzie Barrel,in distress HAS FOR MEN AND i, J
Jno. K. Ewing al to C. D. and ,
A. ,'. ,.'I \ ,:..d. I ,
ways, some taking advantage of the G. E. Collins-E !2 of lot 9 and w'i' ;i to W 8 Keyf er A:Co Lawreace,1132 Hasverten FOR WOMEN. 1'1l'j'j

!. : : iUi was pre- bay excursions and others taking in of lot 8, block 57, Maxent tract-?300 Rue Albion. Snail to H S LCoIt
. Columbinl.", Parodi. to order
--,1, 1 'i-t, church I the baseball game. The large crowd Mrs.C. B. Cronise to W. T. Tracy I Kus Co Lima V7U Burke, to Pensacnla Lumber ....Full Value in Wear, Style, Comfort..... f. j
I 11-' iiu : i 1of the -Block 2b9 New and other I
.:I.I..y. ., : ';v ? on taken was very orderly, not one of them considerations. City-l I i BhotterCo Nor Mataura, 1183, Bruuegaard, to H P ........ -- I'i 1 !

,.; t"I: / t't : ..[ the bible !!I having been arrested up to noon to- Henry J. Parrish and wife toj i j It line Borelle B BRIGS.,. 14in.Costa, to order BOSTSr

.. .. .- i I I I day. The greatest number were Hinman and Hecker-40 acres of sec'14tp5nruw11. 'I Am Belle O'Neill hCIIOONERS.,:M, Norwood to master ( SHOE STORE J !

from Union, T., Foster, Knaton,to master ,
A- : ,-i *auua pulled out Montgomery. I
'. ', v: .0:1' wharf Saturday oneDumped The special train carrying pleasure P. W. Majette to West Coast a-I 01'.CLEARED AND SAILED FOB PE> I N.tTll.t1'lfCIIlil'slI Jr, Proprietor. i i
val Stores Co-Lots 15 and 16, Pal-
overboard audis '
.. reported: that two I' seekers to Montgomery and intermediate mas Grant, west of R. R.-1845.12. ,i 8TKAM8HIF8. i Leaders of Low Prices. H7 South Palafox Street I

., points left this morning at Jno. E. Callaghan to Edward J. j Beatrice Hr, 2Cht. Edwards. Penarth May 3 j
0" d from the ship before !
: 'I Helslneborg, H,,'ed, le. I. Scbrelll, Kottt'rI I .
Viarf.! 11 o'clock. The other train will Elliott-Lot 0, corner Zwragossa',, dam May lit I II SH5ZSZSZ5HSH5HSE525252 : I
John Bright 17>2, Wyoeu.Tt'neriffe May 24 ,
leave at 8 o'clock and Alcaniz street-J.J.OOU.: I II
tonight. |I I
Llaneannor, lir, :lII.I e!, Crokton, at RIo Ja- j
theft oft
\\ for the alleged I :
I -- ---- J. C. Hilliard to L. M. Davis-101:, niero
Portugalete :!:1I.17,Jenklnt, at Hamburg sn
,:, : office of the tiwift ;
I acres of lot 1, sec 3tp\ 21, r SO w- May .11
; K : u.d Holland Harris fort NOTICE. I, Silverdale. Itr. 1711. Balls Fid Shields June4.azpirak : I
I $500. / Bat,Span,eld Bilbao March :2I !
: : 'Illlln public nuisance, There will be a regular -
L M. Davis to Mrs. Fannie C. I 1 SHIPS.

v. : ,\>r to the county I meeting of Mt. Ho- tswift-1'4 acres of sec 38, tp 2 s, rOO'' Endymion, Kus. INlid East London j r:
K. A. Chapter Mon. March lit
i morning. I *( IflKr day e'enillgtth inst., at -"; BARKS r I

11 t .ton.. t-ldestson of Mr. I 8:uO o'clock. Irene1.. Pinney and husband to ,i Antonio Antonio l"rg Urg,.i\::L'illd), sld Palma Palma.May May 15 15 N f

111 I,. Wrighton, died at B W. E. ANDERSON, Philip G. Caro-40) ft front on Garden ', Barsagliere, It. sld >avona March It fcSZSESSSHS EEEEH5S5E5H525
I'ognatl. lt.H-w.at Marseilles Ian 11 I
: ,jrent at 10 o'clock Secretary. street by 125; feet deep, block 11, 'Hugo, Nor.NUB, at Table Key March 7 !

,r' : The! funeral took MEAT-&--MALT---has-a- -marvelous- Maxent Tract S500.G. ,, olixe Virginia Mount It,,8ld It,Malaga.sl.l Leith April Jan 12 Id One Case Sheer Figured Lawn ;:Yards forj; Sc. Ii I

.'nk yesterday after- W. Ainsworth and wife to H. i '

church..ti dietetic value. While refreshingand H. Patterson-East 120 feet of lots 20 Plant a spring garden. One Case Sheer Figured Lawns Actual Value 8 i-3c 11

pleasant to take, it helps assimilation to 22, block 38:\, Belmont tract-flKJO; I
The Willis Hardware
today Rockaway Co. Monday Selling lo Yards for Soc. f fi fI
W. S. and wife F. O.
of food. Bold byDAXNHEISSER Keyser to
tit was arrested for can sell the tools cheap. I
BROS. Howe-1 5 interest in lot 18, in e 'f YOlt i '
all for the patrol :
,, of sec 51, tp 2 s, r 30 w-$100. ( I 40-SEMI-ANNUAL-
a u, but the systemirin by buying
I A. V. Clubbs and wife to K. J.
and the de- Thos. C. Watson & Co., VttHiUUlllJ
Gonzalez Jr-Luta 11 to 17, block I, your Turn i
Real Estate ,take
: .ut. Willis was the leading Agents I MILLINERY SALE
ture at Marston
II' all the worry off the shoulders of the 217, New City-420. : fy Quina'sGreat
L btr I
up. owners of property, manage the Furniture Emporium I
4.. '" candidates for con- renting of their houses and the collection l.atie Can Wear Shoes i IMONDAY
of their rents as conscientiously one size smaller after using Allen's KootKa TUESDAY WEDNESDAY. !
:r" -0 ,
: district have paid -e,a ponder to be ebakeu Into tbe shoes '
: ,.., as they would themselves. 11 make light or new shoes feel easy;gives I I'
t of fioo each and Their charges are very reasonable. Instant relief to corns and bunion*. It's c'unw N)1.CE;.
l, :: .ve thtir names piiuted the greatest comfort discovery of the age. -- -- IN ACCORDANCE WITH ESTAHLIHHKI: CUSTOM; WE; PLACE
Cures and prevent swollen feet blisters, OX HALE FOR THREE DAYS
.. ballot Hon. John S. Ice freezers that callous and ore hpots. Allen's Koot-Ease NEITHER the captain, own- I
cream In a certain cure for sweating hot aching lera nor consignees of their
rst to qualify and Hon. 1 at the Willis feet. At all druggists and shoe stores, -.">c. bk Kings County milt be lOur Entire Stock of Millinery, Not a Hat Shape or Floweri
ers and lieu. W. Ii La- II freeze quick, Don't accept any substitute. Trial package responsible (or debts contracted ,
FREE by mail. Address, Allen Olmsted, by the crew of said vessel. i
with their remittance Hardware Co.'s. 1.4: Roy,N. 1.KNICHTS. J. W. $ALTf'R. I Reserved. fa
Toorder. Captain. I I
SJ41Ironing sale, without exception, i is the embodiment of the greatest value
.. .. ---- -- ---
M 4.'. .a'"A.. OF PYTHIAS. THIS in the history of our firm. A strong assertion, but fully borne

1 i r : I out. A visit will convince that we never make a statement that ii
K. of .
Pensacola Lodge, No. 3,
I not lived up to. Come early and get the pick.
Regular meeting Monday night,

June 9, at 8 o'clock.embers are I
= 15; Children and Misses' Leghorn FLOWEH8.
NUNNALLVSI specially requested to be present.
and Chip Straw, beautifully trimLot No. 1, formerly sold for 15c,
Work in the rank of Page. Members fie.Lot .
.I med, made in our own work rooms,
of sister lodges and transient No. 2, formerly sold for 20c,
and worth twice the price we ask, ,
: brethren cordially invited to attend 9s I now lOc.
M0NKE CAMPBELL, C. C. I they go at $1, $125; $1.75; $2. |2.:!.). Lot No, 3, formerly sold for TOc,

I r HIGH GRADE H. HOK:'I.EK, K. H. & 1'3._ i A beautiful Chiffon Creation in now 2ic.

Virulent Can-er Cured. : canary and black and pink, formerly An exceptionally pretty Turban of

Startling proof of a wonderful adivance / .now25i1; ray trimmed with gray tatTeta,

i is by druggist U. W. 7 white applirjaean pampomo,
1: given Formerly : CO.
'I now fI.W
CANDIES Roberts of Elizabeth, W..t. An
; old man there had lon 5utfert-d with A Charming Walking Hat, Manila I (

what good doctors pronoutced incurable I rald Straw, black and white j! A Beautiful Black rfheerte Chiffon,

cancer. They believed his !: silk. Chiffon draped. |I sheered silk band, black oats,

case hopeless till he used Electric Formerly $2.60..... ..... now $1 75; black violet trimmings,

c Always. Fresh and Excel; All Others. Hitters Salve and, which applied treatmentcompletely Bucklen's Arnica -- Dayhas I Formerly I $.-).now3A ;

curtd him. When Electric Bit- no terror to those whose kitchen I A 'Pane Virot and Berthe" Imported :

ters are used to expel bilious, kid. Hut of linen braid, blue chiffon, A "Madam Hirtz Boyer" imported J
ney and microbe poisons at the same is equipped with a Gas Range. Xo black velvet ribbon and linen ap pattern Hat, a charming creation ,

time this salve exerts its matchless heating up of a whole home on a plique, bought: to sell at $18: now of violet and Nile/ green, with linen
f. ...FOR SALE BY... healing power, blood diseases, skin j 1 $5 Must be seen to be appreapplique crown, bought to sell for l'
eruption, ulcers and sores vanish hot day. Heat is only applied where ,I dated. $Hi, now $) I,
salve 253 at W. A. D'Al-
Bitters Slit, needed. As a matter of domestic

} SOL CAHN & CO. emberte's, 121 South Palafox. economy a Gas Range will soon pay ; For the Many That we Can Not Enumerate Here See Our i'

THE PENSACOLA CONCERT for itself in saving fuel, when compared

BAND WILL GIVE A DANCE AT with aa old style coal or wood I t3* Show Window.1. !'

FANCY GROCERS ---- ----- -- -
STAPLE AND fire, and you cannot over estimatethe -

Intendencia Streets. (' SAME AS FOR THURSDAY comfort and convenience of this W. J. & B. FORBES.
Corner Palafox and ', NIGHT CONCERTS.is cleanly fuel in warm weather. :

: ::.phone 178. .< +* Pensacola, Fla. the latest Pensacola Gas Co. I --
''La Norn See L. Bear & Co'sadvertisement Cleaning ladles skirts and waists j I will repair your watches and
I 1 in i? the of c-r specialties. Star Lann- Jewelry in flrt-cla33 style. J. I

; "1.;%%%% %%%%%%%%%%%%SJ another column. I No. 3 S. PaUfox St., Permcjli Fit I[ dry. I Stephens. .


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North Carolinian's Body to Be Ex t. Aged Frenchman Assaulted and Beaten I I Mrs. Laura S. Webb,

rt. humed-Foul Play Suspected. i iRall'irh. Into Unconsciousness. With five ugly I Vbx-Pttsidcat of Women's Democratic Cubs of Northern Ohio.
Atlanta, June -
ss ; June 7.-The coroner 01' The Satisfactory Safest Med :
wounds on his head and in an unconscious
went to
this < ounty yesterday
condition Joseph Trot er, 7a HERE ARE MANYsickly the change of life; ..hkh
1. :Springs to exhume a body and makean Sick Woman Can Take. : '
investigation into a very strange icine any years of age, a well-to-do and highly I T I women be- fast approaching.i Q bile
with a friend I ,.
I respected Frenchman was found yesterday of iting not ;:
cae. tweea ages
that shz
r John M. Dennis one of the leading Thus Does a Prominent Brooklyn N.Y. Woman Speak shortly street after noon at his home 45 and 55, but there are 41 Tine of Citdui wu ,liking and: she t avery .a
on Ashby
farmers of that section was found ,
55 enthusiastic about
few invalids over y so it that ,
dead his well in his yard Sundayand I The aged man had been murderously
at I of E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound decided to try a bottle
was buried Monday. Tuesday Lydia : assaulted with a hammer and it la anti 60 years of age.o. The some relief the f tperienced \-.

believed robbed of a large sum of change of life coming to
some of his neighbors: tame here and I| month, so I kept on taking it
'AF made affidavit of foul play. When woman of the prominence and social standing o' Mrs. Atherton money. He Is in a dangerous condition a woman near her forty- I for three months and: now I
t whose portrait we are herewith permitted to reproduce, voluntarily furnishes and it is impossible to foretell tin makes
A negro man is suspected. Last' feel i fourth year, either Ifn. Lourj< S. Webb menstruate with no pain ir.i
us with a letter of such unqualified endorsement as the following, we
i 2 the was forced by Dennis, : outcome of the wounds. \ invalid or gives I hall take it off and
4 year negro that we not only owe her a debt of gratitude but all women who are ill an on c w
then tax collector, to properly list hU should feel under deep obligations to her for she tells them in unmistakable:: Trotzier resides alone and was not her a new lease on life. Those who until I hive passed the climax. I da r

1+ a prol>t'rty. He swore he would get even words wheN they may look for a cure and not be disappointed.Such discovered until probably several this in ill health: seldom dread it now, as I am sure that v
meet change
.T with Dennis I testimony should be accepted by all women as convincing evidence hours after the assault.: His assailant while Vine of Cardui will be of great ber.c

Sunday: be was at Dennis house an'11 1 that Lydia JJ. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound :stands: without a peeras made good his escape, leaving behind I live.ten years afterward it this time."

dropped the bucket in the well. Den : a remedy for all the distressing1 ills of women ; all ovarian troubles ; inflammations no clew whatever. Detectives ani| a woman who lays aside the activeduties
: of Cardui is the
ulceration falling and displacements of the womb ; backache ; : seldom Wine rer
; but far of womanhood in health
the ,
nis went out of the house to see what working on case so no arrests
the volume and char
irregular, suppressed or painful menstruation. Surely reinforce a woman agaiuat the-
was the matter. He was not again! j acter of the testimonial letters we are daily printin in the newspapers can I have been made. fails to live on in happiness,

l seen alive. leave no room for doubt. Truly is it said that it is Ljdirt( E. Piakham'.s The Frenchman is known to have i years after she has passed 60. This that: comes with the change "f

f I Vegetable Compound that is curing so many women, and no other medicine. kept large sums of money in his house is truly a critical time. It re-establishes healthy f.,

HER BEAUTY INFLUENCED JURY and it is the prevailing opinion that after years of suffering. It.
: Mrs. Laura S. Webb, of Toledo,
r;:::; robbery was the motive. He operates ]1 this it has saved thoiuar Las {j

Comely Young Lady Awarded Verdicl Q a winery and it was in his wine eel- I Ohio, recognizes the change of life ferers just in time. Du r

R Against City of St. Paul. lar that he was attacked. He is said a dangerous period and she also ,

i St Paul Minn.. June 7.-The sob to have kept most of his money in a has faith in Wine of Cardui. She until sufferIng.u upon y

jar in the cellar, and yesterday afternoon ough preparations should
prime court of Minnesota ha.s dociM writes : I
/ .
that a Rirl's; beauty is not to he count- { \C'J this jar wax found removed from "As I had always been troubled mort in advance. Begin tLa '.'.

and that if IJ{ its customary plate and empty. Cardui treatment today.million .
+ d against her, a jury Jnfluencfd :\. or leas at the menstrual period<: I dreaded:
by the omlin,, of a fall ,I ,' 'Hli.ts" '
to .s
; '1 ,l1 v, (1:, "ffi\ 1.\(((
{Z laittilt it is not for tin- 'i irU to ,! \J v. ) f.7. FLEMING GIVES UP FIGHT. A suS: ;

j'nvp' her of her natural ailvantai; ',? ': JI i<<) WINE of CARDVI h a1e'int'cif r. J

1 This ruling: has been male inJu,(_. :_'. J ) ))) Concedes Nomination In Tenth District

' 4! ly in the case of Emma Koplitz against \; ,.,.(... to Kardwick.

' ::3 the city <>t St. Paul The girl was / .: .. ') Atlanta June i-l'octf'snan W

Jnjurfd by an accidenthilf on a !%d I.-,7,11; '=--, I II. Flnin;! of the Tenth < ni<- .1.1u : '

r coaching party and sued the city, alleging I I /1fF--'E':: ."!;' -.'.. :::s;::.. ) .< nomination: of Hon. T.V.. Hat : THE NEW GROCERY STOREMOVER ,

+ a defective road. i JS 9,(Cj,: 4.) \v.i h! Washington, to succtvd hn.i
4 t Sfc.! was awarded verdict of $3N ..<>;.1'r- -r-. in the next conu-ss. In doing so h.' 0:::: ::_ :: :: = ===:::::::::=:::::::::-=::. -o

and the city appealed allowing thai \ .- ( -'t/ I :, .'!I'.arj-i! s that the, populists of the d.s:

her htautyva* what iiifluc-ui thE {iI. I trip. t sacrificed him on account of tin irnil'iu WILL

jury. \ '-. 4k-: .,... <., J : !!I: against: Augusta.In .

The supreme c-oint denies a n,'\, v. ,;-.- -.....' th'! retrns which camp in onrite Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date StOCl::

trial and the verdict slaw! ,. I ". :; night of the election it seen:.:d I
e i r\ !I ;; of Fine and GroceriesNo.
'ha with Hancock county for Flemingill1 Staple Fancy

; \\l Will Fight Big Packing Houses. \\f tii\:: 1 i;.;.., <". '"- would l'e a tie in the 'on\'ptli.Pl
r New Oilt-an June 7.- Riiliienafi'| i ) -",-.':.: :.'< I I hi.t th! > official (ount in Lincoln COMII 30 W. Covernment St., Salisbury Bu.'K':
i .. :.;::;,;;
have (Wen i.ssiid liy the ilt-ial gran I :--- ..; .-// ,J ,.... I'.i-vlops! the fact that that county TI'.LKPIIONK H'JT:
:,),r' -. / '"..: ..... .
1 : .
jury siimnuinm; all retail butche. \ WI r.t for Hardwick ir.stt-ai! of 'r
b .' --
.j iii' th, < i iv! to .!!"near !I.< fiiithdt Ixii1mi \ : ,\ ':-:. .' ...: .. ;...:. t !Fit! ;iiihii;. giving; Hardwick Ifi out ....'

:\i.n:.lay. T'!"'> will be required fi I rl( ._ -.- ,,< :.; l\ :he 2s totes in the district (flirt','u ICE AND WOOD

i "'|| all th- y KiuAv P-aardin, the nt-'t'! ',; .y 'hu. The race has heen a had: I

o. s, uiplu.M il I I.}' the big .pack'i1! l\ '\1..... 1) '1':1'1 onMr. Hardwick has n.i
t !..nii.i.. It ;,-. tie I: isinf l I Ihe grant! --= ..... "Y] .; =--- .. FVMDII. fiienls all o\erthp Mate whi'
mry to asci nuin if the |parliug: hun.;": '7'r..M.:'s''',.,':--, .I'\\Fd' l. ,\"d will "n ralnlat(' him on the result. i I THIS SUMMER THAN EVEJ E F( RESEND I

Ii!hi l not operate a uniform nice 1.I 1 I' ,i. It'. :t .. il .:>.Jp. ..'........ -. -',- The consolidated returns: give th'i
". .. /
.Hi" tollowing the had of the otli-r '. .. ;- ]- :'-. '""II"win'ote: \\'. H. Firmingili ; US YOUR ORDERS NCW. ;
I .. "::' _._ ----'
in the matt-r of ailvamos.,! and al.! ,' hmond. I.: Taliaforro. 2: Ccilumlvt, ''

''i if 'f! nitrroeati* tin- retail dealers IL !1:"' FIJ I1E: AT1IEIJTOX: ) : :2!. lianeoko 2 Total. 12. T. W Ha-i. Thompson, Olsen cC.

'.iiilinK; the all 'ved ilIad list kept trl' Yic!'.Pr(> ;,ll'I.t :N.I it-u Fraiii-aise de ]'>icutji.in
\ ill- park r:=. i: '" DF.AII 1ii; :-.. I'IVMI.VM 1-1't'rtlle f U-ni-lit suffrrinvomon I want I:| <-on. 2; MvDuCio: 2; "'arl',>n. 22Vll Manresa Street, Telephone 141ESTABLISHED .

-- to testify to the fact tint: I Ivtv.1y I ivrs-uial: i-XjuM-u-nce and l by friends !I !kiiiaon. 2; Wa.-hingtcn.! 4-Total. Ifi.i -- .. ---

Received With Highest) Honors. i i who hive biHMiHUvil l lor n-iii! I.} .lia! II.: "iul.ham''t.talllt'l {'tlmII1" 1863.

I'. king June 7 -The IliiMiiaii (rand! {, p.imiil; <;f) > tll the (';I that it is the >.itV>t. the rumK-t: ;and theni.tst ;i New French Cabinet --

}' Dukf Cyril \'! .luir. who i.s; tl,H'f''II ; ",tt4 f.ory! m<-
e tlnoiiKli the "-vast has lii-t-a n''C'i' '.I!1.. dv'ii t.) ills live je.m 11.;';0,1 felt so iii-:tralile with female truuMes and l rcpte.i the Portfolio of finance in th-' McKENZIE OERTING & CO. ,

l.rie with tht highest h all ditferent, for I amIl'rft.l'tly. I new Comhcs nliui,try and the cabinet
:s -IIIALSB8 IK- 0
a fureli;ner. He was n''elv\J.J', P"7.1.11IIf ray lidy. friends j"in nuin Miism.j: y.>ur praise. Yours, j is thus completed. The new Frens-Ii

by the emperor of China: in the pls- Fi.ottt.NCE: ATIIKKIDN: 47 H.ijt 't., Unx>klyn, N. Y." I' i-aliinet is constituted\ as follows Pre
and General
Ship Chandlery hardware>>
ence of the dowager entpress and tlw A Boston Woman's Experience." j mier. minister:! ot the interior and min! .

rmreior returned the grand dukes'rail )DFU! Mm. l'istutn-I: cannot praise L\ lia E. IMnkliain's Vo< f't.dII' : i ister of public worship Senator OOS AND 005 E*. PALAFOX 8T11EET.

in another room of tlu palacePrince C'oiiiMiiiiiiI| "IIoIU.'.l. I was a sickvonviu when commenced to takeit. i i Tombes ; minister of justice. Senator .... 1"L"Wi'. .
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Chini. the president of the for1eign I! :My trouble was fenrile disease, nn.II had pain in my back and sides. The Valle; minister of foreign affairs. I. --

omce.. will entertain the Russian iliM-tor said I wisgmnsr! i inti consumption I had been married eight years but Di'hasso.! minister of war. General! An. REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROERLINO'S SONH O ?
dinner tonight. The visit ot : had no children. I had SHIUof the U-st d.a-tors in the city but none seemed I GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. TUJHSEL 4 BON'S PUMPH.
visitor at I dre.: minister of marine, M. Martjouls; ,
to cure me. so I dt''iId \.. tlk.'ollr medicine, and it has made me a newwnlUan.
the grand duke to Peking, it is be hUll Nliti. 611s listictl lostronfsts Chris litiors Hairs
and I now have a 1.v..1li'UI.., hah 1"I would advise i all sick and minister of public in>tructi>m. Senator 6trdii ,
(aped; will greatly enhance Russian wrak: women, to take I.) II ia 1' Pinkham's' Vegetable Compound. 'haiimic: minister: of public works M.IVHetan COMPA9vE9LOGS. KTC

prestige ht're.t )11:,.. ALPIIU.W: rr.i KL. 1? Uovkinghaui I'lace Kuxbury District, lioston:: .Mass.Keinember ,' ; minister of colonies M. I'MUntrsue C. McKenzie Oertin; Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent A- .

rt ''ry unman is cordially invited to write to Mrs. : ; minister of commerce, il[. > elation

Leads Them All. Pinkliam if there ii is anjtliinir about her !\\mptom Iii !she docs nut Trouillut.

"One Minute (''ough Cure beats; all understand. Her adilress i is "\1111. 3Ia... her advice i i is free and

""'<>r tnedicin- evnr tried for cheerfully giieu to ctory ailing woman \\bo askx fur it. Steam Fitters' Convention. The Star Laundry

Philadelphia June 7.-The final SP!. ,
i l inrhcoKU, croup and throat and rtEW.tlat.-1Sehrrel | "ttedwihtheNatwnaICityBankofLynn,$:>>100, I,
which a ill be pail to a Uu i-tii tint that the above teltunomall"tare \ n sion of the annual convention of tha
:, i .; trouble.:, say I). :Scott Currin $50 00 any I pram .
not tjeuuiue,or were i>ul'i" he Log,intoii. Pa. One Minute Cou?li mtavoo. Lydia t:. 1'inkbam Medicine Co. Lynn, MAeHusband's *- Biggest Busiest Best !
Hot Water Fitters of America was held: ,
Cure i+ the only a'j- olufely safe
today. Louisville was selected for
'ouh rt'lIlt'd.w'hich act iutmedi- i
the next convention. The following;
ately. Mothers everywhere testify
Fiendish Crime. SPORTING NOTES. ;
t1 to the good it ha- dou their little I officers were selected: President, T. .

cine. that Croup the N doctor*o MI
Alfred Foos. Louisville\
i too lite. It yieldat! once to One .> today against J. \\ lfrC'tl Blon
i Minute (.'ninth CurH. Pica-nit to in this city. It 13 charged that Bio i w.u.m You.. M.Uo. and ul. i!I tary aud treasurer, W. L. Onstatt. Chi a AAA! ;rt .l From all parts of the i .

k take. Children like it. Mir cure dm murdered his wife in Boston and! A i'menu-lit: is on foot to form n cago.

Y for grip, brunch it k, cough s. ILirui\?' II sent her body to (,Chelmsford where | r'Jill"! ; ilcp.-irtiiH'iit at \V 't>t Point. The j I'I'l'a.ils tA't i IIr ',.'',:_''- I ( Our delivery men will cj.

;t Pharmacy, John t Hieppud. kidney ) it found hidden in brush are iI! in favor of the plan. I TEN YEARS IN BED.R. 'E I
was a
t .\ where at time that
I K ihn. any emf '
I TlK head had been it-moved and this Nichols. Kyuii and O'Neill: of .St. Lou i iis A. Gray J, P., Oikville, Ind., \

> SPORTING NOTES. was found in another spot some die I, are >..iiil to couipo the homeliest 1 writes: "For ten years I was confined Write or telephone u* aud w-

-- lance from where the body was dU ('8' :tin!: corps' ; in tic National league j to my bed with disease of the deavor to .
It I servayou tatter : i
kidneys. was so severe that
Edna Cook. 2-H. U in Trotting
: Ccvrs': stable. coveted. i t-xi-i-rts expect great things ;
i I could not move of the time. I
Myrtle! I U.. :111": has u cult by Hin-I this MI=oii of Onward Silver-t1S, winutr j con-ulted the very part best medical other Laundry can.
vTI j jAlta I of ilie Bonucrlemorial.. Truns) I.
pi-n. I Japanese Rulers Receive Barrett. skill available, but could get no relief -
L McIk.naM Las M.ij..r Ik-luiar, Yokohama June T.-The emperor vania tend M.i"";K-htNftts stakes. : until Foley's Kidney Cure was ALL WORK
s :Ij. j and empress of Japan today received I The many new iiiwiug clubs that are 'Irl'lI1 ff'commended'to me. It has been a C. 0. D. Cocas GlllCi for Hi DEllTtnl f--;

t Young Curb-t hats purchased: an John A. Barret:. a commissioner ol :: formal throughout the country i i Godsend to me." W. A. D'Alein- TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
i berte 121 Houth Palafox.
1 ,
onto the St.: Louis exposition in :special au !Ihence are !sure sirs; that the great: six rt is '
U-wminj lucre |.,.'('ular than ever be
;t Connie Mack has released Keima, the j jpwt and expre.ss.ed warm interest:: i fore. l'yny'&Iam Keiieirn iXlit Away WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
: pitcluT. I I"Ilrliktop" in the undertaking. Mr. Barrett se j vul make*a weedy end groin: ant colJi.GHAMI ,

cured assurances of Japanese participation It is estimated: ) that W. C. Whitney i i iexpended
r.roitonstoin, once on \0111 j I - -
: upward! of $1'">.(.H") In I I I
t <1 T .\heir ply: roll i is winning :games in : on an unusual scale. purchasing KXCl'IlSIONToMobiloSaturday: Medical !Society Attention
; and IT raring Nasturtium for
of tb? South::: ru biiinitvTlure ; : I KIDNEY There will be a regular meet t '
the Itt-rby. II<- is greatly disappointed ,
{ is an aiitninolille elute In Great :, Death of Lord Braybrooke. I ores the nmxity of witLdrawing the she Pensacola Medical Kociet. .
Britain and Ireland, anj its present, Ijondon. June 7-Loru Braybrooke he Board of Health off.ce "a .
t i nu'nilx-rship is 1'JTil. (Charles Coruwallls Neville) died suddenly cot! from the race. I o'clock p.m. Tuesday. June i i'' -

I "H.ivelinll is n good came for young ': this morning ?r SffrcaValdi': New Jersey golfers are looking! forward art the mod law! o( all ds.! 1, Visiting physicians are cord

to hating a most successful tuci.fni. Invited to attend.
j I seas
He was born in IsJJ.
int-ii to get into if they get out In time,
''-. s-\ The j ear's play opened with the DR. E. F. RK
"" r i Hijsfliribty )M.ithi-WM 1
i Lakewood tournament, and players "DIET CURE III1 P Pre
Alan-a-lhile. the tliorotishbred colt WAS WASTING AWAY. night June 14, CV'C DR. W. c. DEWBERV
The following letter from Robert turouuhout; the state are working hard leavin the union depot at 10:30: p. lULCI IlIflltlN
who won the Kt-ntiu-ky Derby' reviitly. ; ;: Rolli) P25ttf Secretary
j wa< prepared fur the 1.\eat Ly being R. Watt tlf Silem. Mo., i i.. ic-truc-1' to rt-und lute top notch form for the m. Returning, train will leave Mobile -
tive: "! have been troubled with ,; eoc:ng championship meets. at 12o'clock Sunday night,
Morkiil tosnlkj."Stulislit kidney disease for the lat fi'e'vear June 15.: Fare for the round trip, or money tdunded. Cortainllremtdlu Marston $ Quina carr

; ," Ibu..tralian middleweight : *: I lot rteh and never felt $1.50; from Cantonment and Centuryarn the largest line ofmattin
recognized eml- ,
1 Mho is nearly fifty years: old?: well and doctored with leading phyieian Ready to Yield. as Penacola. For further in- bv

rct-ontly iloftatod Jaik (boon: a -Ollllif ;;- and tried all remedieur'- "I used DeWitt's Witch Hazel ormition apply to dent phy lcUns u the best for\rugs, window shades, ell.

ftcr, at Sydney, Australia. 2...ted without relief. Finally I salve for piles and found it a certaincure. ROUT Kix or Kidney and Bladder troublu. ':] in the city. We lay our

: Willie Peen N in drl !'I'Iltml'r' tried Folt'\-"'* Kidney Cure and Ietl -- ,, ." says E. R. Meredith Willow PET 1m THOMAS, matting free.ADMINISFKATOR'sHNOTTcET"
{I Excursion ManagersSHERIFF'S 'JUa Mss sari 'J.W\ .
au tWlIbottlt'; completely! cured
i fjcliug i-aiup ns are also lioniue Monroe Urove DM. Operations unnecessaryt"
if me uad I am now found and well.! W. A.D'ALEMBEBTE.
Joe Neyson and Hubert Hunter*, cure pile*. They always yield to --- -
\V. A. D'Alemberte. 121 S. Pulafox.: \\ tt- Witch Hazel alve. Cure SALE.By .
with n string of pacers. The Spoouer .. Estate of L. M. Kimberly d>. -lm-
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t skin diea-es. all kinds of wounds. virtue of an execution i'suetl out of ------- .
outfit will train at Wl1 Lln.tou. the ju-tieeof the prscecourt of district No. Notice I Is hereby given that o'day .
a Paints, oils, glass andbuilders' Accept no counterfeits. Hargis'Pharmacy : .' of Kscambia county, state of Honda, of July. A. Li.iv.I wrap!; '
f John Sheppard, Sidney herein K. R Pitt Mill Company are plain-' Laurels Honorable Probate Judge of k.-
hardware at the Kahn. tllTs and Gus Hiss Is drfeDrttnt. 1 bare levied i Dung i-lorida.'o- a nisi ,ar'". ''
WARNING.If Willis Hardware Co.'s.Do upon and mil sell at publt- outcry to A ain aditiiQiatraiiuu of a.d <-;tat-
have kidney or bliddtr tbe hlgbr&t bidder for ca-b. In front of the WlL'.IA": Faaoam
you Water coolers that do not county court houe door in the city of Pen- m Admen'
J trouble and do not Uie Foley Kidney 'acolaet l-' o' lock noon on lon'RY July T% 'art'Pkdal Itfml
Cure you will have only yours yea: want a magnificent watch! : waste ice, at the l Willis t Tin, I'" the following drscritx-d real estate I at made the Gold
.eff to bhine for result, a* it po tively cures all form* of kidney and Stephen:, th* jeweler. He will accommodate : Hardware Co.'s. state northeast of Florida corner to-of"a it forty: Ten I 4'1'.II acre 1 ac tract'rs m in LODGE DIRECTORY

bl drier tii-eae#. W. A. D'Alem- you. Noreea: Gract. Township our 11. s<,utn, -4
bate, 121 S. Pal.if: x. --- I Everybody has a r1:tot to a little Lang.thirty i.>i. we=tsnd forty acres -
-- ,IIUWIt.tUYTte piece of this earth. But they must deeded by J. li. liohma to A. H. Wilsonrecorded KENTUCKY KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
: in book Il'j pages (:1.1. i.I and
The finest line of umbrella m the ,. ender:inedtake-this method! nzht! for it. They must watch their i:ilSi deed records of Escmnoia county,state
city i is at J. I. Stephens'. Go lookat ,f otlerin? her service* a* a chance to get it, and get it. of Honda.and by said! .\. H. Nihon WHISKEY Penllacola Lodge Xo. 3, K. of I',
and wife to Gus "' 101. recorded in book III
them. :3rt-cla licensed midwife, having Thos. C. Watson & Co. page ,5U>, May -:u. l-5; tothtr ulth the meetiererj. Monday InD.
Cold a :
had 35 year experience. haveome particularly fiue bargains Improvement thereon and the 11lr. \1IIR- o IfttflaJtm: i In ing tbe at *; Bloaat-at Castle Watioabuilding Hal

Seasonable household Can give bet of reference from to otter Just now, and they in'iterou ments and or in appurtenane.tbt'reuuto any wIsP aprtalntni.GEOEGE :. belonging i flew&J'I4 d.'W \ third Coor.

and kitchen utensils at the leading; physicians of this city. to come and investigate same. E. bMltH.sheriff.. tILiCat> 18 flitting welcomed.brethren corlUIly
MRS. M. GIDDE !:. You will never regret having done M.CAMPBILL,
IVnsajoIa, June ::.1.1';I';,
Willis Hardware Co.'s. Jltf lllrouthDeVillieriE :, so. j I jd7awrw Soli lij Danleisser Bros. 'c' H. HOERLER. C.O.
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INSURA1\iCE *n AJ\<-nle ur CtrraU. ;
t I
TN mtn Who sures his life Is j One of the men who have attracted C !

.r hi:. family. attention l>.v their utterances: apropos of MORGAN EFFIGY
who insures his health the high prices lit moat is I'rofesor II.V. rAfljI
TI: *
ith for his family and \ \Vil y.; chief! of the bureau of chemistry .
i5 Financier Is
l in the United States to !I 1 ;
of nrl'uh .
1I\'e. Professor
insure health by guard-i Wiley su? at Wilkesbarre. oj, 't
.e..I' ci'miU!: as substitutes! for moat. I
is worth guarding. --- ,
\ JC"t'II'ia
I Ito sa\s it is \v-l! known that men ,rivr for Infants and Children. t
.u ,.,;t attack of disease, who are nourished! very extensively on t EFFIGY PELTED WITH STONES t

;; meraily approaches "I'I"I';: !* ago i :inie! of the hardest anti N fi I\! ) 1111., s hh..U.tut lor ('a..tor Oil, fart'-

t' the LIVER and man if snort vinhirin manual latior. Meats Riotous Demonstration Takes Place lithe jjoiif. HI.tll:- Hlll"tlthbr :O; 'rut.... It is l>li-ai:-ant. It i
ctOltaifi. m-ither OpUni. other Narcotic
3Iorphino nor
c ,I in innumerable ways Mining Cistricts and Police Are J '
s'lli-taiK-o. It ,1I'.trll"tlrm. and allays ('\('riIiiiox.It Ii

TATjiPjI1- / Summoned to the Scene to Suppress j cir" nianllll.a :i'i: ,l Wind C'tlli,'. It' relies 'IVt-th-
ni'j 1'1'1111111.l and cure Cun 1
jy'I, the Disturbance !| Stoni.M-Ji and B ->\\'(' -, jrivin Iu>altliy! and natural tleon. a
11u.' Cliiidre'i's l"aaacei-Titc Mother's Friend. : '
I Wilkesbarre Pa., June 7.-The ha b,1 j

jro ; Beautiful Thoughts ing in effigy of J. Picrpont Morgan in The Kind You Have Always Bough ; I Iit

TieMtt, pure breath of tie Tube iiw -, cue of the streets of South Wilke,1 j
Bears the of
health gi ti!\e t.f inniiceni Land hr.ilth.A barre by a crowd of men and boys j ? Signature :4.1
:wo your
1. _i_ ti .lu r's yu .rni;!{ f.r chit.'u-n: i1* in- i :
..-.a..A 41t 5ei. tr.t'I'!..-front a lot-eof the h: dai.t'! !, a:1 I was the only incident to r uai the gtlll- :i

p' it behooves every womaa to bring IVweeii nets of the'vv'yoming valley this morn I I I

.t lad: bc-t influence to bear on ing. After the effigy; had been hlIg'the :
1 u "J tLe subject of hT 4
tn.Hcriiiiy. -;
crowd cheered 1 1I
and pelted the ol
relieve paiii an,l make tlut
easy jest with stones until the police cant ,
l\CElliii\TS1 I ] period alien life is born
r' .\n I Mother's asj.iia, along and dispersed the several hu'. | I In Use For Over 30 Years. : 1 J.T

----_. ...---- Friend dyed persons that made up the thron--. -.. f,NTluq eo-.hv. YU.ga snrr,. NFW.. TORarTV

State Senator. ; 1 is popularly v,e 1. It i is a liniment easily I All the mining towns surrounding< 1IiUii'L.= -=n---_- = --_ -''I'''''''

Il.in. 1V. A. ISlonnt administered and for exknril tt only"? the city are very quiet. The news

'1IIna.acalldid.lt* j rret-naiit women should I try this remedy, from Washington that President Kcostvelt -. I| PEXSACOLAll REMOVAL NOTICE. j,
it being undeniably a friend toher
: !1' 'iin tlii-s, the nee::; during could not find his way clear t"i

i i'l-trtct, and re>pect- natuic'steniuifsuspen'ieand H ther's Friend, if used anticipation.throughout !| affecting peace between the miners ij [ MUSIC Dr. G. H. Tuttle, 1
ort of all n '
; ?mn- and was.t'i'ed here with Ul
t, gestation, will soften the breasts, thereby operators }

lie! coining primary.Representative. : l'IOFfSOn II. W. wn.n.he previ utiiig rrackeil and sore nipples A'l genuine disappointment. It had heei E. 9'L CHAFfERS Director I Dr. J. G. Heard :
muscles slraitiing with the burden wi.lrulix ,
strongly hoped that the presidtU I I !
>I says, are quickly digested, furnishing bet-one s1'ple and t-laflic from its
would he able 011
to find some ratacs DENTISTS.
; Scott M. Loftin takenouucing an iilitKidunee of l'II'rgSCl n afterroiiMiiiiptioi continued jippliciliou.

him as a !. hut are hit retained i in I All fibres in the alnlouiinal region will i opening a way to peace. Piano, Voice Culture Violin Pipe Ito.iins 7 and !', \1HOlli Tnuple.
presentative in then the dim-stive! : orpuiHin loin enough to respond readily to the expanding cover j Today marks the end of the fourth Org.tn. Cornet, :Mandolin:: Guitar, j

: K-cambi.-i county I, sustain iMTUiaiu-ut iniwular exertion.On cunt.tininthelulbrtoif lother'srriendi j week of the total suspension of coal Cello, etc. All.. "branches- Drutiotry of. 'urgical performed! operative\..ilh tfch-and I,

the support of all | the other hand cereal foods are i is aijlied t-\ti-niaily during j'regnancy. I mining and the miners and their employers ANo Director Pen,.acola Concert meal I skill I
l'ominpritl1uy.. j Of all reiiable dn.g 'ists lottl"e.Write I
more slowly dicescd.: f rni-h the energy a1 tar are farther apart than ever. Band and Elite Orchestra. Special attention" given to Children's .'
--- for free b.k on "lotherhood. T..th.I.f'ld HUH i'orcelaut Ftlmug>, Ciown
; necessary to digestion and the THE BRAOriLLO j The Susquehanna Coal company put :. Slid lirulj'eork..
Representative i KEGULATOR CO., ATLANTA, CA I Brass and String Music Furnished
vital fmil-lions! in a inure uniform manner i non-union Bremen to work in its No. 5j I
i Henry C. Clopton lirkt Material ; Competent E'IUlpmrnt.
aa candidate for and thus are better suited to sustain j colliery at Xanticoke today for the All Occasions. ,
thought wVre In favor of the cnange. Xo. t 1TS.I .
in the Legislature j ji hard manual labor for a long; period and the other 10 per cent he characterized purpose of restoring the water supplyto Address : cambia Hotel. I Telephone

Aunty" and request of time.tdsantage a portion of the borough. The com
jill '
idtmocrtt i
as 'stupidly ignorant. Studio Parlors of F1" !
1 I : -t Baptist j
: : in the I
pany furnished the power for tha |

r.ic nritnary.i of Hating n !Short "ian.... pumping: of water in the reservoir anl I II : vJhurch. I? :

-- X. L. L'lu'of Indiana a..si..tant auditor I'reiidrnt of A. n. S. I the Wm HOP GO.
action of the
mineis' union in calling -
Representative. The Army r.elit'f:1Il'il't: ) of the United I ij
i r of the treasury for the i")>totiicedepartment I' the t
out men at the colliery t'au8:1;!
(':,'M.Coston: an- j obtained his position beeause States at its recent annual lIIel'tiugtwld t s
i I'-tudidcite for rep- ; in New York elected Mrs. DanK-l j:I the company to shut down tie! whole
of his This is due I
name. not !
: ,ie legi-lature from S. Laniont president The convenj!;j plant The borough co'ir.' il was tfli These tiny Capsules ire superior Importers and heaters! I in- .

I y. and they a-k the ,!I to the meaning of his name. The tion was attended ,by delegates from I i have brought injunction \p. ,).-.>..,Ins! jto nalsaia: of t.'opaitia: ,
I in the fact that the assistant auditor of Cold aDd Injectionv (81 j1 Chinese and Japanese t
, .i"cra'< com- II about thirty branch organizations I,1 today but they are stayed! ror tin !
the for the department ,
treasury postotSi-e | j 11 VT enn in 48 hour: the
which are distributed:: throushout the present. '
I spends from forty to fifty I .. Fancy Goods
t agog ji.g= \ 'Iith"Inyincnn'l, ,
i -
country i Reports showed that over ,, -- II
; dlYs't'r quarter signing his name l ,
4 runty Treasurer. I a it: ten o fjY ii ( nHUGGlSTS
hundred widows of soldiers of theM PRESIDENT IS INTERESTED. FINE CHINA TEAS
-. ll t .1 canJidite to warrant He signs at the rate of I .

the 1 pn-Ititlll fO'j .">,AMJ ur '>MI> a day. It can readily It- I 1 I 1 1- i I 31 South Palafox St.

; I l rX-ambu: seen that ;Mr. Chew cnn earn moreIUOIII' He and! Scnato1f; e Long Conferenceon I Every mnI i Laundry Office. Pensacola Fla.

."'ti-uiof the demo- Coal Strike. V .
/ .
I ) fur the government by siguimhie : Is iulcrreu.i sii.l 1----- -- -
name than could Edtrar: I). Cruin- Washington, June 7.-The president I ; I V I ,t, ItI.v\ltth tw'dtrfult ..

J W. I'H.TfH.r packer. the Indiana congressman; lie 1 today had a long conference at the ..' .e Ili'\"; TI.fl'MRHLhirling'.," h.I..I"rt.p. Spray tl'J-t* I hate been authorized to take

got the joh because he has a short White house with Senator Hanna on \ cS. I"" UIIII: i, I.'R. 'liest->.if.tst subscriptions for Wm. JenningsBryan'a ", .
r 7' \ or. '::-.J MOM ( ''11\.11 rut '
name. lie can save: three or four days the coal strike. The president convev.jd : wq" lit I...... 1.1. paper, "The Commoner. ;

"". tny-elf, as a I in the month over .\. 1 L. law sht'. his i to Mr. Hanna the idea that Lewould ,.k...,ilr>nUI for II, \ The price is U.00 per year in advance. : :j
: tK't'dx Asubji'ct- I Those the
Ith. desiring
predecessor, although! Mr. Lawshewas ) liIe'er much to do sometkiiij "eandenppiptLe paper
: !
ty, :M \ItS } 1., nm-H"
can have it sent to them by seeding
writer. toward the settling of the strike.: Xoa- I ottitr, 'aHAlnuqforlltuuatrl -
I ''raticpri- n very rapid l...k-.,'.l.d 1I1f8tlllll'.lrll'uLul"I'.h.ln fl.OOto the undersigned. a! ,
'J. definite however .
ins was derided ur H.M. ROCHE. '
\amitUr to.J.IIPI. M t tI.4 t o.,
\\ W. KM IIAKlKS.' !i Poedoal Mr. Koblnnon. 1n. The president also 'sent for Ca ? Care Daily News.
KooMi:51'c Time Hillin Si x York,
COllec'or.- -- |! Every once in awhile the dull pages 1 roll D. Wright, the commissioner ol I
For Tax
1 of The Congressional I Record are t-n-
labor to get his views on the situation -
:, 'Ililt e myself as a'
"e-eiection as; Tax Col-i I Ilmbl:1 i Ii v4'mHdwith the outpouring of an exu- and also as to what might prop. THE GARDEN SECTIONoOFo ,

-"': county, sulijectin :; Levant soul. In the uiitUt of prosy sentences \.9 D. S. LAMOXT. erly he done by the government looii- ; !

ol the democratic pri- these glimmerings; of joy shine regular army had been assisted toy ing to a settlement of the controversy

15. !iI,1'1i ,diamond the somber clay. the society during the past year. The I j It is probable that other conferences j

.\. H. D'Al.KMHKRTE. "1 like" sunshine, optimism and enthusiasm work of educating the children of soldiers II i I Iwill he held and the president keptI Pensacola Florida ; :
exclaims Representative Uoli- ,
extended and is
has been now advised of the situation. He will be in ,
For Tax Collector. j jit inson of Indiana, for instance. "I lute an important branch of the society'swork. I -- I
of Henry B lIillger ana to see the rosy Bally morning sunshine! :| readiness at any time to extend ai-1 Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus : j
,; a candidate for Tax J if it is found he can he of any servicei ;
l K-cambia!inocratic; < count'lIb'l' with golden glory and make it look of the society been one of its active -i between settling the the operators differences and the that exist i Beautiful Lots for Sale.
millt'I1.1 II
'iU2, aud request glad. members and her election to the I I

I Democrats. No doubt Mr. Robinson loves to seethe presidency is considered only a Just I
; 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each according
I When fools his it is
-- -- early sunshine kiss the dome, but it recognition; of her past services. a man wife not t I

i, r Member School Board. is 111.0:1 thousand to one that the golden I that he is so smart but that her fait to location and surroundings. j i' j!

I .I I W. M. Agerton hert'-I dazzles his sleepy '' ; is so great-Atcliison Glolle.STEAMSHIPl --- --
glory never eves.Washingt"n 5H (;ould'" Donations to V. :M. C. A. : j
.candidacy I'ost.I Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Beautiful View A
Miss lU-Iei! Gould of New York who ,

.- u member of the ,' is intrreMIn herself) in the building of'' High Dry Fertile Lands. f '
district No. :15 a
: : ,
,il-mocratie primarytv rd Kelvin Ffcvor. Metric System. Y. M. C..1. buildings In Indiana, has - ...... ...... -- ., .
Lord Kelvin the eminent scientist of increased )her donation for the building h J
," :!. The grandest: opportunity for investment ever
who is visiting in Washing
--- -- -- Edinburgh It IVru to -4."W and has promised

f I t Commissioner.J. j I i t"ii. made a statement before the house ether donations when the membership JAN OCEAN TRIP cffered in Pensacola. ;

\\'. Jlrewton of committee on coinage, weights and Im readied 'Hal.<" Miss Gould's donations -- -- -- .' "

'juice hint us a' measures: the other day in support of to the y. M. C. A. in Indiana ;!, >l To NEW YORK BOSTON Home Seekers Should See These Lots, i
fuou from slid! the adoption of the metric system. promise t>> ai'gngate many thousands i

the action of the :Niiietpir! cent of the people, he said. of dollars. ;( \ NrALL vdIubbs

w !to Irid X'ver: given the matter<< any >< EASTERN RESORTS I If ii;

',:. ( nmissioner..ice -- -- - VI:. i J
i. .3 The FKWWJttmm S'1V' I Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. !
immy..elf a< act Cures Eczema and Itching Humor flower bat is still enjoying an uninterrupted 2i- z

} t'etltlltllollrr i Through the Blood-Costs Nothingto reign ,... OCEAN; 5TI-AM5HH' CO.MPANY: \ j: .

to the action Try It. TUe newest' boUTO is a very short j .iI.141.i -I' > 1 If C BKENT: WM. 11! K. OWLtM.: W. K. HYKR, JK., J H. KEKHK t

i-n-iiing. demo- i H, H. B. ,' Botanic Uloi-d Ilalnn i i- i "ark: iMiuiHised of a lal'yoke and loopsof "* 5O Hours of Ocean !\reezes... I I're-'dfnt. Vice 1'reeident. "a.bi r Afcs'i Cashier t d
1 K.
now rei-o:!nlzeil a< a certain and sure rib!'on. Sailings each WeeK f I 1
-\ I'. Y.\KiKor. ,
cure for Kczetna Itching! Skin, Ha.mots Under' petticoats of white china silk 3 from Savannah Ga. r ,
Scale; Hli 1 First Sational J 1
"tv Commissioner. Scabs, : : Watery lavi hly triumied with Valencienneslace ,.'. ,, 1 BankOr
tern, Pimples Aching Hones or -Jb' ''nn n. I- ; "I nr i.- >
.1 ,,-<>n hereby an- aie daiuty and cool for suniua-r y ii i, *vr,, l ,." '," .,1' 'to I 11
Joint'. Hods Carbuncles PriekliiisPain ,. i. ,.' "9 ,.t. (. ,
1- a candidate for i i'tity Skin Old Sore: wear 5 I r" rit. \
in the Hating 11 .. ; 'r.
Kiimbia(' \ coUutV.I I, Ulcer, etc. Botanic Blood JJ-ilin filet net In back! or cream color :: ;. ;, ; ." : : i I i PENSACOLA. FLA. i

.r. I takeu internally, cures the worst andtrust makes a dainty turnover collar with rOM FU ..... "n. v"'o"e &Dv"n"'G j
"i' i "f the df democratic 'I'
j enrich liar.purlfvinr IA.rrrq CTc Ar..r To
deep-seated cases the edues embroidered in silks of delicate -
"'i nig primaries Ire and vitalizing the him d K KnlMT..<..n.II; ,... I'ro.t... l1. 1
,. .
tt!1.,. rt'a.IIthat he thereby giving a healthy Mood supply shades.: 1f" 1'a".I.rU.% 'l.l1'a..1/r..t,'.... .......r.....1..1.,. l.r{_.n.""..II. t H. KNOWLE8 W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT V, K. H YER, J&

,, iid tiiinks he can i iii to the .kin. Botanic Blood Balm Filet! net worked with raised patterns ;7iC7t "St n"i1"i1: W''' I D. G. BRENT, t
1 brat intere..; of I" the only cure Gt -v cured, fertinc in wool is our of the handsomest trimmings 1 1rmi

..i'preciate vt;.y.>re ted If his agree their friends with sups Other B. B.awful remedies actually, amioyi nny cureSeal: ; _;rHi-kin n.trouble-. -'but very B.;. is rot-Is.especially seen:When! rich this used mid:season as effective.an insertion for woolen It GKNKUAIi Following; i is FKKNCII-the: :schedule MCHEDI'LE':of the 'I!I I D ad g U E AU I B u At ad 5 I 1LLi 1 1

>ore, a 11I1ivP"! the rtrl>. Lw of Tile new belts of moire \elour are '
health to the skin B. B. B build! up and toward the government steamer General French
.nty Commissioner. the hrokeu-d'rtn hair end make extremely narrow in the I which THE NEWS prints for the 'We draw Olr own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain Ireland t
of them shaped
front most are
!- t J. II. Itoberts ana ;; the blood r.-d .tad Ui-uri-bin,. Over&k4) benefit of the merchant who ship I
studded : Germany France Austria, Italy Holland, Brain, Belgium
I- candid ate for re j jI i voluntai v tf-tnnoiiai. of cure* modish! rounded dip. When Rueala icy
'lIl.lv eoultni-siouer by Botanic Blood P.u.m ( B. B. R.I) with em tol 1.1'I. they are unusually at- their good to the various army j way, Sweden, Denmark and other European conctrlee.

I subject to the action]I! ifrugttit'1. T-ial treatment frep tractive. 'ro.t, : i --- ---

'1 ittc primaries July writing Blood Balm I Leaves Fensacola 7t' ,"Vessels Disbursed upon the Most Favorable: Terms, and tLeli
IUd rirpi'ai.1; by Yellow 1'1 color comparatively little 'II. m.
a Taken at Port of estiralioi
Obligations Payable Ten
vp that the materia. ,Atlanta (in. Describe trouble. Leaves mn rranena.. 7:3" a m.Leaves or Fifteen DUI. .
used but some pretty handkerchiefs of Pickens '.at) a. m. ifter Vessel Arrives
"I conlltdt'1IIalldllJ there.-
medical advice given until '
1 free '
< _.
Leaves I'.arrancas sl.ia. ,
shade of it m. -
of -
the a pale -
...I j tUt-y a-k the season:
> \
.npl'f11 cute I. Leave< Pen i in securing it. with t-uibroiJered figures in the corners Arrives Hor rant-as 1l:ie II, m. and then rSafety Deposit BoxeR for Rut in Connton

tome in w bite, borne in green and make? a trip to Fort MclU-e and tbea returns with which we hiv :a Privet At>artnec* for t1TeRFa
and scfs.svv .
i i Commissioner. Pocket cutlery to Harranean.t.cuv
aunty others in blue and Javender. "' Hi.-ancas.. ... 1-1.:. p, m.i.iav of ReD rll.
i.y-i-.f a candidate for ? from the finest- the >-- 1'ickens 1::':, p. m,
is av.Pt' aohl.. .. l::;. p. m.
!my commi-siotier for (.//" uri'st, at. the Willis Chronic bronchial trouble* and t...ev... Pn-kwiis .. :;15 p. in.

.. '':. .t i-k j p for unary the to support be held of ', Ifardivare Co.lfiroo. suuiiti-r!li'pvf-d and cough\fed can bv FoltHo'p be quickly re-\' trip A.I to,1PotHf"IlCIS McKee aud return.5io p.m, and maker! WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE .1.1r.I"

-- -- -- - and Tar. W. A. D'Altinberte, 121: 'Jy w"t''neidiivaLd Saturdays the
i I.KK DAMKLL.icunty I .. .
boatwi leave Itirranra I'ickec3 to4svfur onr bay d- J'vrP.
via -
S. .
M neat d \ '
fr*. for 1'ensacola at 6 :;:m p. m. ,tl! -, gnaw riu' [ m -,. "RE.UI! .1 III'
Commissioner. ..
r we r s'E&9
uiiniitiice my.-tlf as a Awarded at Tart Marston $ Quina are sole The General French is for array p I>JJ' \\ .,. ,. _, < .
loW'< :1. ', t ,, ,I" .:e: I
': I ,--t.I..ctioll M county only and outsider must fI' .
t celebrated purposes any .t
agents for r ...
: t. !
'Prowdrmet2! of Ks- bave a pass from the quartermastero ,
'J -1 -M.Iua
Odorless refrigerators take I:2, orI.... ,_. <_
: :> subject to the action pas-sage o i her. 2 ". _: ke I
""t. "'rf' mla: I' J
.1'1' primanieSJuryL1"pl ; SPINAIAROCH .. .
absolutely guaranteed or -. IL* wU'i Hon.f:M tilrW .
-- -- ..
( a "vt- a
of thin
>rt voter
p< .
; ,
ton"' I
t< 5t a : i iin
JOHN (i. WUIr.F't i money refunded. STEAMER I trMxl..f-i = : ;.. vnrr 1
N'wPq -o 7 1
I I tm .err muf f'rd.I ...at I R i "
: WINE CORDIAL There's lots of money to be madein vii at .> 1
County Commissioner. I I. 1 .F u.c laT! C ..Ia, i ">, h it d ::
:i.dof W. A. ;oht'lbhere- Hithe recommendations for cart of Poorness real etate-lot'l of it. A real es- wren nsac-ola and \lillfJn-Hoat MIM. t. .1 ai'.SS .- ..' .It, ," .' .,
I ol mood! Stomach troubles and General De is usually a fingerboard to s. M ,' ." .. .
: ce Ins eandidaeyforre- tate sign .oaJtr't'.... today, M ".m r. ut Ii t--- -- we a s- t i iwe'
bili'y, lncre -es the rre'te, strengthens wealth. Thos. C. Watson & Hun Daily Except Sunday."CITY < j -...1...- i: ,r ,; >-v Jt. tt ; .' N rjy r ?;flrn .
commissioner.Met l the and builds the entire .
icounty nerves sjstem. t' .
up : W w 't
u L ft '\ft or. i1c I,1.> 3 l T > I "If l J!
No. 3 of Escambia Co. the leading Real Estate firm OF in a few dale I UB m' :-.i. i ...... TAMPA.
23 rue Ilrouot nave'some offers which it wouldbe tr Mrt- NONE UllCUIiCOS.; m'3 y uc: rf* wjirjg' us. I...'' dews, vi/rfT ,
.t'-ot: to the :action of the PARIS

i'lim, trie July 15.; and K. Foucrra A Cii.Sgeat. worth your while to consider. Go Lv Milton R,*lam LvPer.sacolaI:1': pin SALVONA SOAP CO., Cnr, 12th & Pint Sts. ST. LOUIS, MO. '
(. irty uppnrt'f all '; .. %. and gee them to-day, and don't wait l'en"lIt'olll.P.Jiiiiim Ar Milton 5nOpni'

j till to-morrow. t iF

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THsasssHsasHsasasasasEsaOT -'la.1 He "Wer- I

She-Ton tell me you never was In -
MAN ti
SOCIETY[ EVENTS love before? Can you look me In the I
face and say that?
He-When I look you In the face. I A COUPLE.

SUIOIDEDYESTERDAYCarefully darling. forget that there ever was i .

jT! AND PERSOSALS u: another Transcript woman In the world.-Boston I'|'! .

I The Proper Cl...lflf.HoB. I I .OF VALUESTHAT

M. J. Webb of the Milligan Herald Reporter-Got an Item about Monkey j I .
Prepared Himself for the is among the visitors here today. Doodle's wedding. Married Sarah Van
Dyke and Incidentally will have to support -
A. B Johnson of Atmore, Ala., is his motherinlaw.City THAT BE EQUALED !
4'! Consummation of the Act. among the guests at the Merchants. Editor-Write It up and mark It

i for the Wanted" column.-Baltimore LADIES'
Fxri : The Misses Griffin's dancing class News."Help e 4

a will meet at St. Joseph's hall to

night. DI..d.It .
Arrayed in his finest lineu, with the colonel did not horsewhip $3.00
R. B. Baxter and wife of Talla-
towel his immaculate STRANGER WAS after all?"
a carefully spread over : you.
dega, Ala., were the visitors
i I "The colonel. replied the editor. WELT EXTENSION SOLE LACE OXFORDS
shirt bosom, Prof. J, C. here yesterday. "
"came to lick and remained to liquor.

Agnew, at Flomaton, yesterday afternoon ROBBED OF $59When Mr. R. K. White, the jeweler, is -Puck. _

with a deliberation that ,. quite ill at his home from the effects A Paradox. $2.50

; was indeed amazing: sent a bullet of a spider's sting.
"That friend of yours Is a wiry little J PAN:.

crashing through his brain, the A. 0. Fussle, white, woke Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Tobias! of Me- fellow." I
Gehees Ala. the "EL! How can that be? He's a wire-
; large calibre ball entering the temple are among guests
l r up this morning he was in a fix. His less promoter.-Cleveland Plain Dealer. -

: on one side of his head and trousers and $59 had been fished from' at the Escambia. I <* LADIES' *

other. He The people of East Hill are
emerging on the was young
r ft his room during the night,and as he
barely alive when the train left here giving a private bay party today to Palloeophle.Wben
> E was a stranger here he had no other all points of interest. a man considers it necessaryto $2.50Welt
yesterday afternoon, and a wire from clothing. have his private letters addressed to

y there this morning states that his Arthur McMillan left Saturday his club, you may begin to look for the Extension Sole Lace: and Button OXFORD
.i Friends came to his assistance, night for his old home at Greenville, family skeleton.-Baltimort News.
act was successful; and that death and while he remained iu bed a sub Ala., on a visit to relatives. $1.90
r came before day. "My Family Doctor. i
scription was taken up !and another
, Prof. Agnew as a man was knownin The Grenada Park Association Blue Island III., Jan. H, 1901. I 1'.\11:.
.' i pair of trousers purchased and pre,, will meet at the residence of Mrs. J. Messrs. ELY BRos.-I have used ,

Pensacola: from having visited i sented to him. Bo that it was W. Lurton at o'clock tomorrow your Cream Balm in my family for I These Prices are for Monday and Tuesday Or:,'y'
occasion of almost nine years and it has become my
the the :
I city upon afternoon.
through the generosity of his friendshe family doctor for colds in the head. I

every theatrical attraction of any was; able to leave his room and Miss Anna Cosulich left today for I use it freely on my children. It is

note last winter. News of his act Bay tt.. Louis, Miss.; to visit friends a Godsend to children as they are :
report the matter to the police.Mr. troubled more or less. I MEYER SHOE CO.
was received by his friends here Fussle came here yesterday on and enjoy a well earned vacation Yours! respectfnlly, J. KDIB.HL'j ,
with d'ep regret. from her literary work. Judge for yourself. A )
the excursion from Montgomery and can be had for the small sum of 10 i Feet Furnishers for Cash Onlj.
He came to Flomaton from Ken Miss Florence Heinberg returned
1 cents. !Supplied by druggists or
engaged a room at a depot boarding ,
1 i home last night from Mobile, where mailed Brother 56 WarrenSt.
tucky about eight years ago, first by Ely ,
bouse. His! room faced the street ,, she has; been the guest of Miss ., New York. Full size; 50 cents. STREET.
C teachingschoolthere. Later he was
and was directly opposite the depot. ''I Frolicbstein for several weeks.
the latest!
i. in the Southern Express j
employed A window to his room was stealthily All lovers of good music should attend L U N mais L. Bear & Go'sadvertisement I
the time of his
Co.'s Branch, and at in
raised while he slept and his clothing ,, Miss Missouri Cawthon's musi- another column. LAW DEPARTMENTOF
_ death was employed in the freight '
and money extracted by means cale: at the Universalist church
of the L. & N. railroad. '1 i -
j department tonight. See program elsewhere in
of a hook and line. The thief was GRAND
His polished manners and brilliant I i this issue.
{ not so generous this; time as he has ,i I John B. Stetson University
Y qualities as! a conversationalistwon ;: The Ladies' Aid of
Young Society
been previously, for he was mean 4th of July Picnic IDo
favor for him wherever he Temple Beth-El will give a dance at Florida.

} went. Railroad men in this city enough to carry off the trousers; and Magnolia Bluff on Monday, June 16.i JOHN "FORBES. Ph. D., President ALBEItT J. FA11IUH. LI. B DMA

p' with whom he associated frequently the money together. i I Train will leave depot at 7:30 p. m., ANDCELEBRATION Fall Term Commence We
Fussle; left at 11 o'clock today for returning at 11 o'clock. TWO YEARS' COURIE-The Law Department of John B. Stetson Culvers.
stated today that he was a modern two-yearn'course, leading the degree of LL. B.
his home. He had nothing to say Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Wrighton DEGREE ADMITS TO THE BAK-Tbe diploma of the Law Department of :'
Cheoterfield in point of style and AT Stetson University admits to the Bar.
about his loss except that he would request THE NEWS to express their lo'URTH ER INFOKMATION'-tortheLaw Announcement of 1.2-3,and all
general all-round make up and none sired: information regarding tbe Law .address:
i always have cause; to remember his.; sincere thanks to the many neighbors Magnolia Bluff ALBERT J. FARRAH, Dean of Law DepartmentDe
ever expected to leurn of his acting visit to Pensacola. and friends who ministered to Land, '

as he has done.Ye'trrdayabout. their bebved son In his last illness. MY THE .

noon, after he had Happy Time in Oil Town. J. T. McConaughy returned Saturday "

pleasantly taken leave: of 1m fellow "We felt very happy." writes R. night from Carf ville, where he % I K s \"- ,

vmployes, he went to his room, I N. Bevill, Old Town, \'a., "when went to inspect and measure the ?
Buckleu's Arnica Salve river steamer Forest. The vessel is
: wholly
bathed, and dressed' in his be-. I
I cured our daughter of a bad case: of owned by Ray, Campbell and Boyle. Watch for Grand Street Parade Window ShadesAM
Then he *at down and wrote a note, I t
scald! head. It delights all who at 10 a. DI.

giving no reason for his suicidal act, use: it for Cuts, Corns, Bruises, Ulcers THE PENSACOLA CONCERT See Posters for Full Detail I

but he gave dir"ctions for his Inter- Eruptions. Infallible for Piles. BAND WILL GIVE A DANCE AT )- 111-.
1 A handsome prize will be given to ,
s ment. After the note was written Only :23c.:! at W. A. D'Alemberte'sdrug MAGNOLIA BLUFF TUESDAY the lady selling the greatest,
store, 121 South Palafox. NIGHT. TICKETS AND TRAINS number of tickets. I .$ Lace Curtains'SALE
and placed where it could be found,
he reclined upon a cot. spread a NIGHT CONCERTS. Admission, including fare, 35c; ,,

towel about his neck to keep the HELD Children, 25c. j .... .... d(
11 is the latest! __
blood from his clothes, then, placingthe L La I Nona See L. Bear & Co'sadvertisement

revolver against; his temple, FORPERJURY another column. in WrVNr. V I MONDAY AND TUESDAY

pulled the trigger.; Unconsciousness

'' At once set in and he could not be
d :
;; in ale to tell what his trouble was. THE WEATHER
The next time Bob Butler colored NICK'SRT&RNT
He i is said to have been about 4i: ?
subscribes to an affidavit
years of age, an Englishman by ,a
before a he -
city magistrate will own -
birth and his actionled people to ,.
up to it afterward. One Lot Window Shade, worth 20 and 25c, to go at. .(1)r! )
1 believe that some mystery! was connected One Lot Window Shade ..
: Early yesterday morning Butler FORCAT-lo'atr! tonight and Tuee- E worth 35 and 45c, to go at. :w<:

with his past that he did not I j was slashed across the day; I.;!lt to fresii northeast wind One Lot Window Shades, worth 5) and Tic, to go at.iiiOne ; ),
: care to divulge. lit; last act somewhat by a Lot Window Shades: worth !90s and $1, to go at.. 1",, c:
1! negro! woman named Nancy Wil n-::
Temperature in Last 24 Hours
strenthenedthisopiuion. I liams. He claimed tl.is morning: :Maximum ._.. ............... .... .... .. '4 d greel One Lot Lace...Curtains.. ...... ., .1.to.. .3..pairs. ... worth |1 25 toll 75
to at ...... :
go ... ... .W.
Minimum ................ ....... ............ detrees .
IFS that he was not of the opinion the DAILY MENUS I One Lot Lace Curtains 1 to 3 pairs, worth $2.50 to $3 i'jI' ) ...
fPWORTH LEAGUE Temperature Elsewhere ...... ... ... .... .... ..... ?
woman had any malice toward him: : i to go at .. .... .... .... .|j--i S "r

when she cut him. This was after plants: ... ..... ..................Max.. 'Ii Uo.toBismareL Comprise all the Up-to- One LnLidies'Sdilor Hat: in all styles only. .. ;5ceac' :I?:....
WILL/ ENTERTAIN he had made the affidavit in which o'i' ..... .......... ... ......il !:5\II i: Date Dishes the Markets One Lot Children's Crash Tam O'Shanters: to go at luc eac, .

I Cincinnati ................._ .........7'1 5' of the World
swore to the contrary.The alve.toll! _... ..... ..._ ......_'I' 7'1 Afford. See Show Window. ,
Hurun .._.. .............. ....7' 51
8i The Epworth Leigu z1 KanKaIIty._....... ...............722 M
fox Street Methodist church will Butler was ordered held by Mayor' Key West ... ....... ..... ...... ... 'I: 74Mtmpbig YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,
_ .. ..... ..... ...__'!el 52
y Literary and Musical enter-I Jones, and will be prosecuted for Mobie ..... ..... .. .... .. : 7' Ladies' Private
give a MMontgomery ....... ........YP, 72 L. FRIEDMAN'S & CO'SSchool
le! tainment in the Sunday itcliool perjury. Sew Ocl"ani .. .............W2 76
roomI I ----- -- -- -- New York .......... 74 5u Dining Parlor..,c
s of the Methodi4tchurch Thursday, SannoaJ.. .._ .. .. at a4eft. + tV MRACKET STORE 4JI
= ': Kor Over Sixty Years Louis ...71 62
June 12. at rt o'clock. The
t x tight MM. WISLOW":4THISQ tT8UP t>&. I .
1 been mud for over city years by millionof Paints oils
c chief feature of the entertainment mothers for their children whfl teething. glass and
with perfect succen. It soothes the eblll builders' hardware Daily.Short .
at the
will be a lecture by Hon. Jha.- H. softena the gums,allays all palncurelwlnd III

Lauey of this city on "The Philosophy !, colic It will and relieve la tbe the beat poor remedy little for sufferer Darrhoes im Willis Hardware Co.'s.Second i I --- ___ --

- of the Unreal." All friends of mediately. Hold by Uruggtti every nan Orders Promptly There's Consolation in Knowing
of tbe
world. Twenty-Ore cents a bottle hand
the league and church invited. Admission Be sure you ask for"M rs.Wlollo...'.Sootbng show cases and counters Filled Night or Day
Syrup"and take other at low prices. Wm. Johnon &
no kind. that!
free. you can
:-on. 7j3t get your Carria/
paired in a thoroughly efficiei : :

! t WOODMEN OF THE CBraTORIB.gear : If you it'i"Something'lsb.1o\l'11; Good nod It to at Eat Ap durable manner at J. M. Hillu' : *
NEW SUNDAY ,th. I the(! Kind Via Hara A'wayi'' Bmg! / Co's. Their skill in renewir-' &.

1 Ii[J SCHOOL ROOM : WORLD TO HOLD 'r Popular Nick Restaurant.Apostle's I. ing broken is too parts well, painting known to and need var ep- -;*.,

mention, while their price ar' 'e'

-- MEMORIAL SERVICESLive La L Nona the L.latest Rear!t Co'sadvertisement markably moderate for the p* ,.

Immediately after the morning In taking care displayed in all : ->r

I service of the Presbyterian ohurch another column. work.

Oak --- --- ------ '
yesterday, :a congregational meeting Camp No. 1, Woodmenof
k J. M. Milliard & Co.,
was help, and the matter of building the World, will unveil a monument
''i J. M. FOLKMAN coenbtit
i i the new Sunday school room was over the grave of their late '% S No.30 East Garden St.

discussed. sovereign, Joseph B. Rosiqne, Jr.,on a .." Contractor for Decorating J -

It was ascertained that a cash account Sunday, May at 3:30 o'clock, at Call Up Phone 343 or Drop a Foetal Card. MEUg'LJaw

of nearly $2400 was in bank at St. Michael's cemetery.A rf7) 0
All Work
C. O. D. and Guaranteed.
present for the project, and a com- memorial service will be held I
I Corner Baylen and Government Streets.
: atittee was named to endeavor towl'e .on the same day by Live Oak Camp tt A
One Block Weet of Pottofflce,Right oa the Belt Line.
No. 1 and
; about as much more to be applied Hickory Comp No. 21.!
, The public are cordially invited of Shorthand. Typewriting and Literature.
to the scheme T.
Now is the time to enter school and prepare for a lucrative position. ); )
, Tbe plans have been prepared! ,and attend these services. vacation. Night and day sessions.
agood lot of material baa been plsc-

the THE PENSACOLA CONCERT i'We have Samples Yon never beard of any one using .
ed on ground. BAND WILL GIVE A DANCE AT I \ TALL PAPER the LargestManufacturers Foley'a Honey and Tar and not being If you wish the very best

You should not feel tired all the MAGNOLIA BLUFF TUESDAY h tbe United States.in 121 Palafox satisfied. street.W. A. D'Alemberte, ice cream freezer at the very

time-healthy people don't-yoawiTt NIGHT. TICKETS AND TRAINS' C Feather Scroll, loc per roll. lowest price, the WilU*

il you take Hood'i Saraapa- SAME NIGHT AS FOR THURSDAY I Dining Room Tapestr/, U. O per roll. Foley's Honey and Tar Hardware Co. can please
mla for while. CONCERTS.
a Call Up Phone No. S58. tor children AM fe.ture. No opiates. you.


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