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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: June 10, 1902
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VOL 37. E SACOLAI-FLORIDA, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 1O.1902 NO 18

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T. LOUIS SOCIETY RAILROADS RESPOND I'' M6N1 PELEE AGAIN" j; ARMY STATIONED J J.



TO STRIKERS' CAUSE OBJECT OF TERROR ;!


SUICIDES IN COAL FIELD :

cijj. Will Not In Anyway Handi- I Feared That Martinique May J


'II I cap Great Strike. Sink Into tha Sea. _
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N' -WI I STRIKERS ARE ENTHUSIASTIC : PEOPLE ARE PANIC STRICKEN special: to The SewsWilkesbtrre ,
HOLOCAUST ININEBRIATE I JJ
:. I r J HIP 10.-The suicide I I I : Pa., June 10 -The': SOUTHERN
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Many More Miners Have Gone Out on
Unusual Agitation of tie Waters Surrounding
; 1 youu society girl, first decided atteirpt to can the
, I' ASYLUM Strike and In Some Localities the''II Island-Hjndreds Again i iSeeking 1 I I'
L v ,'. of :St. Louis, oc- I I pump;* and resume work in the PROGRESS {if
Mines Are Being Flooded With Wa- Passage to Other por
,i : .+ Plaza Hotel : --- s'l flooded coal mine* i I. being made tort -
-un-\\ -p-cul tQ1'he Sl'in. ter-Women Assault Mine Boss. j Have Appealed to Authorities. I
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iud was so II 1 ty, under the protection of armed i
UCCf:5"I Chicago, June 10.-St. Luke's Hospital \Vilkesljarre. Pa.. June 9.-The tightening Fort do France, Juae 9.-IJxcito-1' Hpeclal to The News. .

i from the police that I for inebriate* burned to up process which has been in ment is renewed by the erupt:.>ns at I' guards commanded by ex United Chattanooga, June 9.-the more loxjrtant !:

ved not the slightest; I progress since the anthracite coal Mont Pelee and the unusual agitation :Mates army othceM. of the new industries report*! j
: the ground yesterday. Ten charred strike began four weeks ago today of the waters: surrounding the Ulan by The Trainman for the week ended f

::.i.,{ dy until informed bodies have been recovered from the continues. All classes of trades unions Fear Is ,expressed that Martinique may What U really the fir! t detach- June 7 include the following: "

in the hard coal belt have taken a like the island of Krakatua. of which is to A JJOO.OiW colon mill at Anderson, i
body had reached St. ruin; and three of the thirty injuredwill disappear ment a large army
a hand in helping the miners, and now II in 1833. and that the outbreak on sea E. C.; a $100.000 lumber company il .

die. the long predicted move of the rail- and !lard is but the prelude to the occupy the coal regions and hold the Nashville, Tenn; a $50,000 coal ml
It ha been established that seven road rs in the region has been made.: I' sinking of the island beneath the one
.- wasihedaughterof of the victims were shackled to their The decision of these men at meetingsheld $250,000 oil mill at Memphis, Tann.; t

'A".altien! wholesale mer- in different parts of the region Hundreds !are again seeking: for p cots at the time of the fire and were
yesterday to refuse to aid the companies sage 'to other ports and asking the 1 barbed wire barricade; in the Susquehanna a $15, 40 paper box factory at Dur
s:. L-uts. She was twen- discovered by an attendant, but no in their ,
the miners
i fight against and
authorities to provide them with I ham. N. C.; a $ OJf< Q roofing pave

,E.ir;i of ae and strikingly effort was made to release them. had encouraged the strikers greatly.At homes elsewhere. colliery. lag company at Nashville Tenn.; .!

Aderman Kent of Chicago was an Freeland yesterday the railroadmen II There ia a line of gendarmes about I This detachment of 300 strong stole 129,000 yarn and hosiery mill at Anderson

.4. ."Il:!' of the Delaware, Susquehanna the city to prevent people from ascending : I S, C.; an electric light platt .
inmate. He was blind and handcuffed and Schuylkill river decided to refuse i quietly througu the grounds under at Dresden. Tenn. a $10.000 mining t
ti:.+ LeVl5 arrive! here Saturday Mont Pelee on account of the ;
a helpless victim of the to handle the trains carrying deputies, I I danger I cover of the night aad by sunrise company at Nashville Tenn.; a plan I.

11 :.:.rauiei by her brother, George dame. coal and iron police or non-union Ing mill at Cheraw. S. C.; cotton milt ,
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mln'l stationed with at
primed
were
guns
afternoon her broth- Th Lehigh Valley company men at Rockinjfcam, N. C., mthlnl" shojia
: 3 fn.diy Indignation;; and amazement at at the same time and will not handle I[ REPORTS HEARD various points of vantage about the at Bowman. S. C.; a $25.0
_' Woo ,t t :.er room and fail- the oflicial: indifference which permitted soft coal that may be wanted to displace I company at Athens, Ga.; a 200. 1
'colliery. About 100 of these; men are "
: : t.i : -r had the door to the existence of such a death. hard fuel and yesterday the Del :i MILES ton zinc plant to be established: near i 1
aware Lackawanna and Western FOR I miners, but so far have done little Knoxville TVnn.; a Souring mill at t f
i is all sides today.
expressed on
the trap
tut : '.r: Ir ken> down. In company employes protested against I Gaston S. C.; a grist mill at Fountain
The terrible holocaust will doubtless the hauling of soft coal and condemnedthe I except stand jruard.MEXICANS Inn. S. C.; brick works at Loco, Ga.; -
',IJ" f ..:, i ti3! sUter's: body
result in a thorough; investigation to action of railroad conductors in i Special to TileKingstown News. a $100.000 asphalt and paving company"I i

.' 1. i ,to.; -. .'irdli1 of her bath determine the existence of similar acting as deputies I bt" Vincent, Saturday ANDINDIANS at Memphis. Tenn.; a cotton mill at : 1!

w.- ,. t'> the transom. It is reported that 6S mn were June 7.-During the eruption of Mont Huntsville, Ala; a JlOO.OiK development fi r ,I
w dangerous institutions.Criticism taken into the No 5 colliery of the : Pele Inland of Martinique, yesterday company at Memphis, Tenn.; a J

of the criminal negligence Susquehanna Coal company at >>..- morning the detonations were : BATTLE 100,000.bushel grain elevator at Co- : I

CAN'T CET ALONG of the officials of the fire department ticok at 3 o'clock this morning It is heard in the neighboring islands anJ lumbia, Tenn.; a $:!5.0IJO cotton mill I'jat i

for not yet known whether the men are : heavy cloud of smoke l Issued siaiulra- -- Spartanburg, S. C.; a $150,000 jewelry 3
with
mingled praise to man the pumps or be placed on manufacturing company at Atlanta .t'
; a nusly: from Soufnere: volcano terrorizing p'lclsl toThe >I"u.
WITHOUT MORGAN the bravery of the firemen who, at guard duty. The local union at Nanti- the inhabitant. ,, Ga.; a telephone company at Co. ,

lives, performedmanv coke has selected 50 of its men to act Tmcon; Ariz., June 10 Meagre: lumbus. Ga.; a $30,000 sirup mill at t
the risk of their T'' island of St. Lucia was obscure !
-. heroic; rescueare heard to- as special placemen in the borouM > by dust to a distance of 3 mills \ dispatches rceivd at Herctosille Valdosta. Ga.: boiler works! at Chatta f J
The burjfs has sworn them in. nooga. Tenn. =
and a steamship exp'>rlencej difficultyin this morning tell of a battle foughtat !
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day.: Some of the engineers at Pittstan
." i Jute In,-The Post finding the harbor of Castries.At .
.at the coronation ht.' Luke's Hospital was originallythe who have been working all along did 2 clock in the afternoon of Friday daybreak between the forces of Judge Buckley Again Commissioned. t I
e : day tt not to work today. Ala.. June 9.-Judgff
go i
Montgomery
old \ 'ooJru:! Hotel and was only I pitch! darkness prevailed here. ; i
a'. in is unable to proceed t General Torres and the Yaqui In- C. W. Buckley has received his commission i 1

without J. Pierpont Morgan. six months ago; fatted up as an institution diaiis: about twenty miles north of as postmaster of Montgomeryfor } 1

for the cure of inebriety. WOMEN CROW KILLED WOMAN Prete. his reappointment for a term o( I i
..- that the Temporare vesti- \I the mines at
four years The commission, signed ;
\\'e tlUllli"ter abbey, which 00. Stood ill a Draught:, BELLIGERENT The Yaqui Indians number about by Theodore Roosevelt, was the fifth

..;t offs is to be hung with with my coat off and caught this FOR GOLD OH and the Torres baud: about 2:,00, that h<' has received as postmaster of. f

worth a million dollars wretched cold." says the sufferer.He -- ____ I The fighting was most severe when the city of Montgomery; HP has re. r

.. far the occasion by Mr.trie need not pay a heavy penalty if special to The >>>w,. the Indian were driven from the ceiv",d one from every Republican:
> t-d he follow his act of folly witn an act I special to theKnoKville! S.w.. president! since Garfield, who first a-
". Haz lton. Pa., June 9.-Superintendent fortifications where they met a great
: of wisdom.: Soak the feet in bot June < .-George Bailey, ;, pointed. him. since then he baa received -
,; ..- are a recent pur- water with a few teaspoonful of Kudlick, of Coxe Bros. & C,)., a handsome lad of 14 years Is under loss ot men, killed and wounded. It commissions from President .

l' : f American financier.Pilflt Perry Davi Painkiller in it. Takea was attacked. by women on the streets arn st at Harriman, 40 miles from is believed the Mexican*, al=o suffered Arthur. Harrison McKinley and Roose-
-- teaspoonful of Painkiller in hot of Freeland today, but he waa not injured I .! J'I
this place, charged with the murder,
bed time and be severely.
sweetened water at j '
a spring garden. and speedy a for her money of Mrs. Lucinda Bailey .
fne; II rl Km hardware Co. thankful to break for so up simple a cold. There" is About frtrt strikers gathered today at Further detail are expected today Work of Grading Road Begins. i i.!

all .,.,I'nu the tools cheap. but way one Painkiller. Perry Davis1.Great Eberhalc. and about 1,000 at Jeddo to''! She was 65 years of ape and a respected Columbus Ga., June The actual i
I Intercept traction cars carrying: nonunion widow, who lived 1 mile north work of grading the Columbus Cufau I J
men to northside collieries j i la and Gulf railroad from Pittsboro t9 }
-- -- of Harriman alone, hoarding, it is acid
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-- - --' \ was a considerable sum of money which Eufaula has begun and will be vlgo 1
l of the sinkers' intention, and : "
accompanied ously pushed
she had aecnmnlatM the
during past t tBurnett's
by eight special officers took .in''!
Sale ::1 few )'I'ar3. HONG KONG n
Clearance early car to Frt-eland to prevent a :, Vanilla Extract has outlived
Young Bailey was arrested for the
\ I demonstration. The mine workers : criticism It is the finest and purest '
1 crime at the instance of a coroner'sjury --
learned last night that the sheriff had vanilla extract that can be bought. '
which I
ascertained( that he had Hpeclal to The Sews.
been appealed to for protection, and to
Once tried, always used.TODAY'S _
I -Ot- been seen near the home of the deceased | !
I '' make interference OB his part unnecessary 'I San Francisco June 9.-The Pacific -- ---- )
before the
shortly tragedy.I
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i: District Secretary Gallagher I Mail steamship City of arrived
: Peking
MARKET REPORT
I Th old woman wu found in a dying
preceded Sheriff Jacobs to Freeland. I last night from the Orient bringing
Skirts Shirt TaistsTrappers i i condition by neighbors shortly after'I I
news of a water famine In Hong Kong, :
she had been assaultej with a blunt i I KY PKNS\COLASTOCK EXCHANGEKast
Refused to Obey Strike Order. I The wells of the city have run dry and
instrument, suppoaw to have bfen agar Out'eminent Street
Stand Children's Suits'* Middlesboro. Ky., June 9.-About of iron. Her skull was fractured I in order. to supply the city with water 1
5.000 miners and coke workers in tugs were kept running between this I
in sewn places. No other motlv9( than STOCKS: :
Buchanan county, W. Va, and Wise al.1' city and the mainland.
; II robbery can be conceived for the Hiirh. Low Closes i
IN SUIT DEPARTMENT and :Scott counties Va. refused to the officers of the?ekcg state that Open
Isged deed of the boy Hug-ar. l2': 1. ]2'i.' 127\4 ISt4!
strike orders and at the drouth affected the Chinese t''
obey are wO k'l i mot- Atch. .BtJta bias y0't 813
The Virginia Iron. Coal and Coke I ly at thejjpe the vessel Uft.. .Befora U. B: . 334 39 3hi4 381.; Ii

Commencing Saturday June 7th company employs most of these men. j! ATTACKED HUNTER every public watering! place the n. 111 .. .151V{ 151S lab 1515s f

The officials of the company state that )I i lives stood waiting a chance to fill L. AN. 137 137'it 137 137!, I"

\ they hate no fear of their men going their buckets. In one place In the M.O.P100'6Man 100:3 lode 100l. '
I WITH CLUBS .131 131' 131 1314'IW :, 1 I
o-A.T-o out at any time.Hungarians : busiest part of Hong Kong there were Ht.Paul.169'Penn 2K.
17Oii 16914 1703s (
more than a thousand coolies in line .H9'_. H91i IW'a: 149{
Leave for Coal Fields. ;I waiting to get water for their perishing P..... 64 6t'. IH 64tU.P..11W. j
THE BIG STORB.; Huntington W. Va., June 9-One i! Special: to The! News. families ." 105 I14'e( 105; I
hundred Hungarians from Pennsylvania i i Des Moln"8. la.: June 9"-It is i*. '! T. C. I- 03 63: >2 : 6.3 14 j

left here this morning for the Tug j I ported today from Talmadge, 40 miles! i I i Woman Killed In Runaway C.F.I.69'i! 1'J12 9'JS3 992 I IInw

river coal fields on the Norfolk and southwest of this place that two an-j, Jackson, MUs. June 9-Ftlghtener

': a Stitched s-kirts . . . . . . . ..K.OO. now 14.uo Western railroad to work in the mlns,1 identified men, alleged to be hlghwavmen. by a train the hors driven by Hon. I. YORK COTTON

'\", ic.t: :kirts, Plain ... . . . . . . .. ..$3 50, now J25) The operators. say that several hundred w"re shot and instantly killed' N' Stamps dashed his buggy againsta Open. High Low. Close. I

i' ;., :skirtsEmbroidered. ... . .. . .. . . .$6.00flow $5.<19 853 878" :

':', ::11" Skirts Embroidered. . .. ... . .. ._ ..|5.W, now $4 ft) I' Kan. Bri3to waa hunting ale 'I almost instantly and braala tb* h*.- Hept . .si2 lI2' till 819

: ,--a Skirts Embroidered. .. ..... .... .. . . .fS.50, now $; 00 Long Distant Telephone Service. 11'1(1' the men sprang upon him from! band painfully. Their little eon wu Oct .79S iJiJ li 797 *) j

I I. .i. >'kirts Embroidered . .... . . .. .$3.50, now |2.75 St. Augustine, Fla., June 9.-Permission behind a clump of bushes, attacking unhurt. Mrs Stampa WM fonMflyMU j

L 1 .:1: :skirt, ;, Embroidered . . . . . . .$(.50, now $1.25L9 has been granted the Southen him with clubs |!' Mayes, of Hazelhurst. sal was CIUCAGO-WHK-\T. t t I
Bell Telephone company by the county Ha drew a revolver, shooting one highly concocted. Open. Hizh. Low. Clo e.
*All Woolen Skirts 2> cent oS.'I '
per July. 70% 71? 7071 I
commissioner for the use of the man through the head and the other! ,I ,
.. 70 69 69J;
69Ya
Sept kj %
SHIRT WAISTS. streets and highways for the erection I through the lungs He says both were < Heavy Emigration to Amarla

of poles for the establishment of a long I armed. He exhibits a wound on the Copenhagen June EmlfrmtlOB CORN.

: ; service. This line back of his head, said to have been from this to tha Unitad Stttea Is Open. Hizh. I ow. Close. I j1
<'ne Lot Waists, $1.50 and $1:;;> kind to close f jr. . .. .I j.0) each distance telephone I port .. '

i i Oii LotU.OOandU.25Waisttoclo5efor.: . . . soceachj 'i will be built at once between this city, caused by the hlghwayowm. I I wsumlng Increasing proportlaai.. Th4 Kept July.[ .- .. 58 626318,-- 58?, S"1 6218'; 62i 1 ,

; ne Lot Waists, 75c kind for. . . . . . . .. 50c each r II. and Jacksonville, where connectionwill doer Ill fI 8 ndered. i I emigrants are mostly you f |w.dM, 68.'I'T I

j!I. One Lot Waists: 6<)c kind for. . . . . . . . 45c each ord Kitchener In I I who are leaving for America partly on NATAL 8TOKK8 MAUKKT. i :

i dozen Calico Waists.. .. . .. .. .. .. . . .. .. .. 19c each : Later a lin. will be built to Palatka II I a dispatch frost Pretoria under to 'I I account of the more strtig,at mlWtwr -- ,i
and other points connecting this city service regulation. Reported D&1lyTbe News by J j
DEPARTMENT. with the southern long-distance day's date a&iounced the surrenderon Union Naval Stores .
Go.
CARPET > ; elreua'i I Saturday and Sunday of 2,500 riflaa,I I i
: ; In eifhange for the privilege Everybody has a nbt to a little toil!. 4.
:i-h-ce3HeavyCbinaMatting3. . . . . . .25to35claid ) the public roads of the county the I I of which! 441 were handed in by Cape piece of this earth. But they must
,I . . Colony rebali. The remainder were their ww _... ..... .. S3 5} H.. .. .....IIKelieTf M t
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(IIH Lot Remnant Matting. . . lOc yard iJliilliam i Southern Bell Telephone! company will fight They mast WO- ... I a.i u ........le) j jor
+ ( provide free such telephones as maybe I I principally from General DeWet'i men. chance to get it, and get it. : _... ..... .. _. art X ............. tai j'j'M
.1 The BritUb commander adds that the I II I ii E ._...._ lij }J ,
needed by the county, about two in Thos. C. Watson k Co K .._...._ J tit D..l.1
number I I cheers glvaa by the Boers for King Edward have some particularly fine bargain 1.__. ._ 1 t6 C A below._ 1 zS tl ;!

olju00tt & 01t. \ i wen herty. I to offer just now\ and they invite Brlaln TU&rUTIIJ&-C0i. t ili1'11Iy.8&laa18
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in second hand showcases TOO to come and investigate same \ Bargains and counters. Wm. Johnson 8"h".n. ... .'-- SEWS lOc per I You will never regret baring done Right Awa yud .1

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i THE DAILY NEWS. : -PCNSACOLAf- FLORIDA. .TUESDAY JUNE. 10, 1902

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: '( GOLD DUST. FARMS OF GEORGIA. i jilt KnOWS I LIGHTNING BOLT DEALS DEATH. !

- ... Dog RUTCH-BOUN ;
at Columbus,
Valuajtion Electrical Storm
Number 224,691; Their During
t ) -fltl the GOLD DUST twins do sour work. Tney Killed. I
Is $183,370,120. Ga., Two Are

1 Washington. June 9.-The 224.691 That there i* something wrong with his I Columbus Ga., June 9.-Two person The crutch is a poor substitute for legs and affords

! I 'ar:..s enumerated in Georgia on June master. They have no more romps and were killed and a number were I inconvenient and tiresome mode of locomotion-there is E afry

I II I, ICOO; according to the census rt- listless rambles.youth He from tries his in vain chair.to coax the I I badly shocked in an electrical storm pathetic sight than a person slowly and painfully moving al'>n\e{

y I >(*:t OS agriculture in the state, were Whenthelungs which visaed Columbus late-yesterdaj street supported by these artificial limbs

tX'i': 1 a..;cd at 1S3.370.120. Of this value j are diseased, afternoon. The dead are: I When Rheumatism settles in the bones and muscles of the I Legs,

.!5 pf'fent was' in buildings. The ; physical weakneSs ,, John J. Willis, of Columbus. i it is safe to predict that the victim will eventually become ttll 1

soon begins PhenIx City. I The corrosive. irritating matter that .
_:. cf farm implements and ma"s.zcry Louis McLane of and crutch.bound. IS **v"L /tin '

was f904,010, and live stocks to show itself Mr. Willis was about 55 years eU the joints and muscles causes the most intense! pain the kr\

._'),_''<>3)7, ma'hitg the total value of and the life acth"eoutdoor is and was formerly watchman at the : and ankles swell, and when the natural oils and fluids that lul,r') 'Ite,

a. m picperty $:2 ,3'4.3j.; given up. Dr. _ upper footbridge. He Vo as standing in I i ; these parts are completely destroyed the joints become locked acu \1

The tal41lut' of farm products cf Pierce's Golden front of his residence. No. 1619 Firsl : the muscles drawn and stiff, and crutches a necessity I

the F'ltf fcr lSJ!* was $104,304,476. of Medical Discovery avenue on the sidewalk talking with The acid poisons that produce rheumatic pains form in the blood and a-!
diseases the system and lodged in the arms, !:shoulders ,
cures when suddenly through h..rjs
distributed
whir: 17 per cent was in animal product a friend. M. C. Cochran I
I, ? ?li.! 83 per cent in (crops intlulnr of the there was a loud peal of thunder i back and feet, or other parts of the body-resulttng often in total disalV I II
lungs and other I of Rheumatism can be effected only by a complete clt:
simultaneously Mr. Willis A permanent cure .in*
1 ; forest procluc cut or produced o.afas. of respir- -- ::: and almost I
organs blood and no other remedy so surely!accomplishes this as S S S J
: of the
GOLD DUST ation. It cures :: was struck by a bolt of lightning.Mr. i in' '
and the
effects purifies invigorates *
acid
the stagnant l"_ ,
T':" ftal value of farm products obstinate, deep- Willis was killed Instantly. The ; neutralizes ,
in take every particle of dust and din'r'.n your are washed out or dislodgedby
t oor and woodwork-makes them as i sar. as thutle. exc-<:*..; that for IS&i!; by :::5 per cent. i iTb" ( seated coughs, bolt entwrtd his right temple and went I I. and the gritty particles and relief comes to the .
blood.
neAl as a pin. Nothing so good'01 "a t.lI'.e farm income for 1839 bleeding lungs, through his body. emerging from the the new rich :
fioto : was i
; c cthes and dishes emaciation ar.d sufferer. S. S. S. leaves no morbid,
'*4e only ty THE N. K. FAIRBANK CCK V.NY. I $?; iTO and the gross income uponin other conditions right foot and burying itself in the I,I pain-racked matter in the blood to reunite and produce I
I irritating
SL LOL.
Cbiceeo. New York Boston. \ .-'ment 40 per cent.New which if neglected ground. atom of it from
Kaken ol f OVAL FAIRY SOAP. I another attack but expels every
or unskil Mr Cochran. who was only a foot or vegetable remedy and does
the system. S. S. S. is a purely not I! ,.;r
--- ---- Iren Bridge at High Shoals. fully treatedmay two away was also badly shocked and I I the digestion or general health like alkali or potash: remedies ,
I find I
fatal
PLAYS AND PLAYERS. !.:<....: --a. Oa., June 9.-A committee termination a i n was carried home !In a very seriojs .Write for our special free book on Rheumatism, and if an> .

! I ul 1 the county commis! ionars of consumption.. condition. One of his fingers was split I advice or other information is wanted. our physicians will glaJ } tit .= ,j

. "Buffalo Rill" will take his Wild Mor !:.u ar.d Walton counties and the I "Aflerusing about by the violent discharge of electricity I without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.Flre'Soperitltton .

West how to Ku:;:.aud<< nest season. ':'';!:.lIry ot Oconf-e county mt at five bullits of Dr Simultaneously In Phenix City a I
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Theodore Kreoier has written a new hUgh! &..u lncorry _ I I 8C11OOL SflTLIKSAt
historical drama entitled "The Tri- plans to ertct an iron bridge over the inyboyetinstoteall McLane. a young man about 20 years *

cmrib of Kmjir-pss.." Appalat.hep rivfr at that point: in pla:,e Mr right J :W Pner wot"-of I old who had been married only a few "It a fire docs not burn well," says I II C, V. Thnll1 t
4 "The Triumph of tile Young rerson"S of the wooden structure that standthere *- O/arV. Mooror Co Ohio. "He wan very'Golden bad I months. He: was in the: back yard of the old household !superstition "and I 1'alafoi.
when I commrucrd to l1ihim the I I want It to draw should set thejMikir
li the name of a new play upon which now. The three counties inters Mrdical Discovery The doctors claimed he his residence resting his hand on a you you I Besides the standard 1 .'.,
doctored with them across the top bar of the prate.
liaddou Chambers is at work. '{:.t at high Shoals. An advertise-1 I had until consumption he wai 1\8,1 and walking we It has been ten clothes wire, when )lightninu Ftrurlv the This is supposed to placate: the tiouery we have, in tiLtw

Henrietta Crosman Las produced aiew meet has been published for bids an'l mouth since he stopped taking your medicine wire. He was killed instantly but was guomt'I'I'whom I velope mate" :
and he is in !food healthV e are very thankful It was formerly '\ Royal Cry-tal Km.d.
emotional play called lad'line.1by ; the new bridge will 1If' built without to for saving our son."' not mangled In any way.
I you very jealous nf the robbery of their! Kurd's Holland IJ..j.1Ladies' .
Mrs. W. K. Clifford of London. delay substitute for Golden Medical The charge was such a powerfiilone un-I I
Accept no derground ('OUIltot. its coal trt'a Art Ktati<.n> r-:.
Mrs. Brown Potter I Is to recite ".\ntIolle" Discovery." There is nothing "justas that his heels were literally! driven into Foreign Mail Etc.
,
and wereery apt to take their \engeaiico :
; a at the Bristol musical festha! Lee Trial Is Delayed. good" for diseases of the stomach the ground creating two small holes out in pre\t-iting the fire from i I Artists' )J atHi .l 1,1' s

iotbeaccouipan'nient' : of Mendelssohn's Atlai.ta! June 9.-The trial blood, and lungs. Substitution means a Meinorancun
of the I in the firm earth. the form Ir' pie! l; A.
; It
little more proit for the dealer but a loss burning. was mystic (
music. case 01 the state versus Millard\ I..v. i All new and bnigiJiubberwse :
for you. the cross Titus made Which! was !
David P.elavco. the indefatigable, isat < hargd with: the murder of Miss Lila! Dr. ISerce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipation I On the fir-t indication of kidney posed to (irlit' tbeiu away. ,' 'up-I all/

work on n new play. Huiuur has It May Suttles in the little church at and 1U consequences.A trouble, stop it by taking Foley' it would 1 not do to u--e the Iollo\.t'11 I .\ : ,, n '

that the piece o is to be presented next Ben Hill two weeks Kidney Cure. W. A. D'Alemberte, the Willis JIUTl1Lr4You '
aso way po.tponed -, I, 11.'s !! chaim or, the f.re would Le sure !- ( ,
fall with Miss Itluncbe! Kates in a stellar -, by j.h/t'! ; John S. Can.ller thtsmorning --- 121 S. Palafox.- : out.Iuritug. ,

role. : : : untilVednesday morning STUDY IN INDOLENCE.Oh. (C'olurlm Vnrr.l,h. I will have pride i

Mr. P.eerbohm Tree hopes to revive next. The trial was postponed on the Colorless! xiirnis-h for use on fine labels I I the summer kidney irrp<;iii i flower garden* if they

"Hamlet." "Tw(.!fth Xigbt." "Kin;: plea of Attorney Reuben Arnold thdt d.' river is a-sirg.n' as It dances pasttie or other print as wt'.l: n" tClr larities are often canted by exce- | own ground. Your nub i,. :
hil'! : a home, and he can d. w
John" and "Midsummer NIgbt's \\bite wood and other spotless articles.Is ive drmkinor bf-'n-
the counsel for the accused had
.
pot i It g all m.rt'sed up in diamonds shnn'I though he may thiuk w
Preani" during;: coronation week in had fifiiritnt time to prepare theirdefense ht. I made as follows: Dis....ohe two and Attend to the kidney-ftvertlt-.tE-d.j Every woman want i ..:

London. of I'e Insects 13 a-vung'ln', an' de music kind one-half ounces of bleached shellac In u-inir F..lt'KidnH .
:
insanity. D'Alemherte. ..South Palafox. own and if Phe will have a :.Ik w
121
of nilsVuh one pint of iectifid alcolK'l; to this : I .
I mind w-if Ce belief dat: al 1!' richt. -- Thus. C.Watson & Co..-
PITH AND POINT. add live ounces of animal limit-Mack .
Fever. Ho. MiMuh LazjraanVhat you gwlnet. leading Real Estate Agentcan -
Spring r do' which should riist lie hinted and then Pyny-R.tliiam Stop the Tickling. I show her how ea-y r. '- : '
It does n bluffer good to be called occasionally. :Spring fever is another ?came for Pear !like 11:9I: wrrl' was nos'ly made boil the mixture for al-oat the min wdQLiUYuitaid kLtIitfl1 IIJC llill r'!uUl>1.I me.

biliouinfs*. It i i.* more ?erio'is than j jni0t fob me an' you! utes. Filur a small quantity cf this
people think A torpid liver ,
Pay people for what they have done and inactive bowels mean a poisoned De white man po a. shin', an' he make through ulteriiii! paper and if not fully I CA.STOn.J.A.: Buy (I. new garden hose
me go aiurg, colorless add more boricblack and boil Wnthi.4 Use Kind You_Hal!! AMrs|: P.r'upl!:
and not for what you expect them to system, If neglected, serious illne :
He tells dat I'ze do de work. from the Willis Hardware
me potter
this has Iet-II done, JenatunSft
agaimi.VIitn: run
do. '''' follow such "eymptom
may An fus t iHK l.it he knows I'ze fas
the mixture through silk and through : -&T7
DeWitt's Little Risers
Early remove
The complaints that other people a'leiphah I t>t lonp .Company.
Aiave ore of course largely a matter of all danger by stimnlatinp! the liver, An de white man fish an' fish an' nevershirk filtering paper. When cool It Is readyfor

opening the bowels and cleansing II"". It should be applied with .
fthelmagiDatlou. the of Safe Ho. M">tLh I..az'man you'll Un\e to.wait DOY'U"'I makealittlr -
imparities.
system pills. cure and uuiformity. I BOYS and GIRLS! nu>Df.T duiiDg pare roomrcti '
It is all right to train a girl to meet Vevtr cripe. "I have taken De- >oh turn so, jou CUD ri-adily do m, by -< .
troubles with a smiling face. but what Witt's Little Early Risers for torpid When it comes to loafin', why. you's got t Unit "Blueine.." a heap to learn Took: It Literally.A 1 hou'fliola u-r. J-c-r'I..lIy UOrlitrlittd wbrn they fct-e it. One bet-t makes the h .1
a man needs Is a club.Abuso liver every spring for year write* Washington Star.LittU pentleuian! wi R. M. Eve rly. MoundA-ille. Va. t-uiuuoue eUn. and we will pud by return luau one dozen packages: cl "BlUllnl! !. '
a man to his face and he will
"They dtn", more good than anything removed from his garden, told his par- When you have sold them return u>. 1\1('., retaining the balance. 4Ur, us }wui veins ,u'
forget It, but he never will forget I have triedHirjnV r'a Little .JolLf' 11.'llI'r to pull them tii L,}' the rtxits. Mon I'u not drlpy. but write at crier
abuse behind hIs brick. ; ever ; .\ ..).. (..1.1.1I. \ l't'1l'1I1G I () 1'ejU. C IK Hoi !)I. l'IuiIa. l'a
PharllllC '. John Sheppard. :Sidney Some time after he vent into the jrnr- .

If a man comes home smiling hit Kahn.: i" #l 1; I den and found the pardoner digging; !

wife Is glad to forget that he went to II"' 1 : : tiencUi-s ri'iiud the liu>-he!'. '

work in the morning scolding.-Atchlonlilobe. PLAYS AND PLAYERS. !i'l, I' ,- "Why. C;eorge." he said "you net-d STAKD.HDVllISKE) \ }

\ not dig round those small L'IIh's in

-- ---- Tom I.'wlsIId Saw J. Ryan are to I I that way 1J1lI sure you are strong: in Cases of 4 Full Quarts at S3.20 pet em
to Asthma
Interesting Sufferers. .. ,
star next beaolI. /1'j.Jl"i14S \ riou-rli:: to pull them up 'by the roots.
_
f Daniel Haute of Ottemlle, Iowa, g "(lb. yes sir:' replitd the ;;arlll'II'r. -- -
\\mmreetlr. Ma"!'.. is to have a new ,_
writes; "I have had asthma for "I am strong enough but I must dig a !-\ \: : i" di-lilled\ at fie) Xel--on t
.Leutir ( three or four years and have tried little before I can catch hold of tbe ..ti'lery, and i is fully nutur. d in wr:
.1'fi..r'OIuI1t' elis will! have a new -
about all the cough and athma ro"K If yon had: told me to pull them : ', it is alJ-..It1tdy pure and not ex
\I hiel'; fr next season called "The
cures In the market and have received up by the branches: I could have retiiovi'il ; by any Whi-key of the same ajr'
treatment from phy-ieian* Knunild 1.-II- II them" jROYAL wi! produced.. The Royal Standan

10 ew'Mk and ..th..r' citlp", lla\' \Warfield will next seacon use i old wheu battled and, consider .

but got very little benefit until "Iiiik,'l .pU'l) ," a (Jorman comedy<< by ASK quulity: i I- the cheapest wh kei.
.
.
I tried Kolf.v's Honey and (;'orl'; Hobart.Iae ,. Druggistfor CATARRH at that price. Aa beverage and
Tar which uav me immediate pure stimulant, there is none bertH
(; lie<'r;:'e takes a try at 'TrtniTrou" -
relief and I will never be for caecontaining no narks whatevtr 1-
in Chicago and will probably .
without it in my houe. I Miicerelyrecommend If purchaser, upon examn/
it to all." W. A. D'Al- play! it on tour.IInrrKon TR.ALS.ZE.Ely's is not sati-fied with the qualit

tmbeite, I''l :-\. Palafox.Foey's drey Fike will act as Mrs. the shill'at our expense and u;
what becomes ( Cream B1iul.hcaltelicttllnre
Patrick Campbell's manager nest season JohnnySay. daddy d.

iii this country. of the old unions': !\ should be accompanied bv fo"' ,.'

Kidney Cure KiddyVlij.. I suppose thpy die of U cleazisra iltiLlIe5 : EIGHT YEARS OLE currency.*totlice Dii>ney order, bank draft : x-
Amalia Kar'e.: who bas been a member -
cukes kidneys and bladder right.! and heals the dUea 7n press mousy order We refer to First N.i! >i
of the Holers brothtrs' chorus will :!newmuoui.t tuy sou. >ed iiifintiratie It
1 1YJ1JSKEV' Hank chant in Pensacola
cures ciitarrb and 9'L ANDA or allY mel
marry a wealthy western ranch ownerIn ilrhes itay a cold '(% -
In troll tn nrr. tie fll.Maurie: !'a \\ It! llritrrt 111* Mill JuLv. lnthelaea&lmluIekly vi.. .
The C*,\,.',r.tIiMI |..liMoi.ui! Zimmer- Mrs. Cake-bread was uittTtainin It ah-orbiHl. HeaN ;
Campbell has made three ; S. A. FRIEDMAN
a stid Pretm'cts the COLD 'II 'N HEAD
Lan nlie'ided Tfedtnck! the tJreut in tome ladies at a select little 5 o'clock M"mnbrane.
year i-cmtract with Charles Cherry who I
V.s last ntie! ,,!,. due day. as the stury tea and Hobby who had 1 been exceptionally K-tore the Sf uses of late mm mril. I .
b rl"l'.nh'.l in ">:11:1<1 Tor the boc'tal1tie will during that period be Henrietta well liehatt'd. was in high K till SuH.'iic.. Trial i-ize log' at J'rairRi !SOLE: 1'KOI'KIKTOK. I'ENSACOLA. FLA
CrutoUllu'j leading man.SKKI or by mail.
king sail to him: feather. hi.\' mtoniKusM .

"\Oil ba\e. I pres-unie. hilped many a "Ma." he Mid a* cake wns being Warri-n Mrt.. Nf" 't .irk, V O. BOX IIH. 1EI.I1'1I0\1: : 9trI
).
lir.\V.\KII.StM
JlIlIIlnttl1101111'1' world." handed round "may I have some ____
il raiher unexpected tl.rut The readerf this papt-r will he :
This was DR. KINe'S'TRY .
plt'au.l t" learn that there i is at Iea-t''' tongue PleaeT'"flere I handle every cl'iss of Liq ll.r. i
for tut> Jut'llIIut tbe Unse I-=.ithe one dreaded I lli..a"\c' thatci..ncl'i: isn't any tonpie. Robby." : bulk or battle wholesale or retail: at I,1:

ji I Ling in return wa< n judicious mixtureif :has been able to cure il. all it-t-tase! "That's funny," commented Bol'imy. NEW DISCOVERYFOR : : are way down.

truth and flattery: : and 1 that catarrh.. Hall's Catarrh "1 l"arI11'a say there would be lots of i_
AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
Not s<> iiiai-y as your majesty nor Cure b the only p",.iti\e cure now il.-What to Cat. THAT COLD.

: with so inui-h lumor to mjself.:' xnitwn: to the iiiedical fraternity TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. -

Catarrh hnnj,' a constitutional di I <- (.one An.rbo. 'i
ConsumptionCoughs WICKEStCO.
\ Miin tlnd IIU Mrart. 'itrequires a cnnktitutinnal treat- Bacon-A luau can't take any money ,
, tl..rt'hl r'th' iient. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Colds Bronchitis Asthma
Once upon a tune a with him wtcu be dies. ,
| who hn.11I heart weak tb.it internally, actinir directly upon the I don't know. I had
1ld man: so El'rt-Oh. a PneumoniaHayFovurl'leu-

Its faint beatings could. hardly be Mood system and, thereby mucous.irfaVe detroyinjtlie? 'If foundatioit the friend who owed me $10.die last week. 'ri>y LaGrippe Hoarseness PlombeF Gas and Steam fitter

Leard; .".t, in t.u! ::( : '! .r tof our (it the '\iita.ze. and pivint* the I guess lie's taken that with him allrIlt.oukers ,

lime that >une beart&t> tilleil with patient !'!ren<.:tli l h y building; up the Statesman. Sore Throat, Croup and

IOM for a fair lall. ('Olistit Litton and a",.Ntinjr; nature in -- Whooping Cough. No. i South PalRfcz Strf,

The lady heard of her wooer's physical doing its work. The prorrietorr Sa""I' .'r..,,, an Autul Fate All Kind Ot Plumbing and Um Fittings MatH ./.1. K ar.i on j-{,,' '
NO CURE. NO PAY.
have ..o much faith i in its curative .. .
: and tina uia! condition and lookedtpoh1 h..ui4Iqy "' 'ic vi. 0\
his ,,"it'Ith extreme favor. The \\'t'r!'. that they olTer One Hundred "Everybody I had con-ump-: Price 50c. and $1.I TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. ..

result was: that they were married.Moral. for any 'a..1' that it fails to huh ," write Mrs \. )[. :Shield* of

1.-Faint i heart sotuetimts wins cure. Send for )li-t of testimonial Chamber-bnre... "I wa- =o low I WKEKLY CIIKI L' .A11 JM: Av
Addre-s K. J.l'JH'HY'\: :: .. e
fair fltly.-Xl'W York Herald.: T"I"tl- .....,.,. i-\. after !ix month of severe *ickness. FOR STEAM DIVISION ry

-- -- (r' tld by Irurrists. 75c.lUUauiK caused by Hiy Fever and Asthma, -

Reid It in His Newspaper. that few thought I could iret well Pt: SCOI.tLIC1IUU 1 HUM;, AItAILWAY 'SUCCESSOR: !" 1UA"KYI -" 'J I ,! K

George Schaub, a well known Oer- from the >oniierii AY omltru hut I learned of the marvelous merit COMPANY

-: '\ 13 l'. uY- l.N1D1.the tirta.n cure for cou,;h of Dr. Kind's New Discovery for ; IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
I tau citizen of : Lebanon. Ohio, Train leave niacola for tbe I.IL.,
Consump'ion. u-ed it, and wa"completelycured. Bayou Bill .ayou.. arrlngton, NIT,. Ymu-
t .. if a cun-t lilt reader of tin N./Ifll/, ." For Thr..atand
desperate and Fort barraacai at

, ; .. J'orb:6flll/I. He knows that tin* CASTOR Lung Di-eu-es; it i i" the ;;afe"t *:3U: s.m.arrlve at Yon Karrancki Ili.L HARDWARE.

paper aim- to advertise only! the cure in the world. and i.* infalliblefor lii.uu a. in arrive at Fort Uarraccat Jut>a.t
.
I Coughs, Cold* and HronchiilAffections. 1:0) p.m. arrive Fort Barrage.! It6p: c.
best iu U* column: *, and when lie *;aCbamberliinV ; For Infants antI Children. Guaranteed bottle* ;3:;11 ic. StO: p. m. arrive at Fort Barraoci ':!5pL : Iron, Nail Axes. HIJn\'f I Ii' a\\lf: s -. jtmnt:

Pain Halmadvertiedtherein The Kind You Have and n.w Trial bottl* free at W. A.D'Alemberte's .G:15p.m.arrtnat:Oll p.m arrlveat Kort Fort Harrall'al Barraocai I B.Ti'p'tpr r I Supplies. Cooking and He,itnu -. v -. .'..1"> for lame back be did not Always Bough: Window Ola. Gun1-, ,.
I 121 :South Palafox. Trains 'eive Fort Harraucai: for Peru pistol-! : : t- :p.
j hesitate in buying a bottle of it for cola at7:15a.m.

1 fcis wife, who for eight weekhad Bears the"tiififssttreifccaettry // We will! 'launder your !spreads foi arrive at HensacoU .._.. ttW!: n Agate ami Tinware ana( Hoiitfi'ii sr:.. Ijiim n ,ods.
suffered with the most terrilde\ pains 1patUIe cf CkH1f 15 cents each and make them look haS p m. arrive at Fensacola-11.41 p.n
.; in her back and could get no lelief. like ijw. Htar: Laundry. %:00 p. m arrive at Peniacola___ Z.15 pn5tu LrAOF.XFOil: BIRMINGHAM HOLJ.IGIILL (:O U'AXY-.J
.._.._.
t p m arrive at rVcsacola 6.i! p n
He say: "After tiiti; the Pain T0tp m a-rlv.. at P.-n6aeo'a_. T:.Sij. Jjivere Giant Ktitched J5.-Itic?, Northampton Emery
Kilui for a few days my wife *aid ti am CKiCHcsrcR'S- LNG.IS4rENNYROYAL "< ;'.5p. m arrive at Peutacoia_ 5:1.-: e. r \7itel Co., Liftin & KaLd P.,win ( D.. JOhD-OD' K tlinine. .

me. *I feel ail thtl'h'btorn! inw. "'atarday.onl1 ,(' Iron Kinvr: and Buck' ieai.d H:1IJY", Wr::.
and before U-iDg the entire eouten- PILLS VASE FOB WCIE DATS.ffH '
: Coups & ( o. Haw HldtL .c Leather. )Ia-nr\'s.
? (If the bottle the unbearable Pain i (rVKutMCW ,..CJla to Foil HlrfaDc". and tets-u id Made Railroad Color
.41e.s-i '":"'" Pensacola to Navy \ ard and return_ upaniacola >
hid entirely vanished: andhe could" j,.;; l _. ..u,. t.\..:;\'!, k.T I\Ult."Uln. '*. ,..M.Ljq5... .. to Palmetto Beach and rstcre i.WDAY ;.
ill' her honeholJ dutIes. I. "Lit. s Masonic T
again take Uxame Bronio=QuinineTatte ,, -' **'.". ...n""BWi'ii"fff .mtb.u'. ".r..04.. ICBIDCOI. i eJUve. & P'n'roa.) Fla.
: : '
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He i.* very thankful and hopethat D..r.a. .. a..4 I......
the
will itu-wiy thst cnrtK u cold in one r t4eiH., t' ,out lw le MX' a-.a, 4.. ii When weather perrain roculng o - -
all ..utI..ringo likewi-e hear olher day .':...." lartta1.,... Teu..Ia.! open coaches.tIvt .
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: wonderful rt' tl"t'rThl.- valuable \t'.v. R) ., ".II.r nor I", ,, ,",U:.. er Fe tv Fort
; liniment !* for ale by all dru;: is "" ..__-. a. iv.rI..IL II.t.."..k......,.,.c"-.......,.!..I 5:(j.'J. 9 Jfeniaooia a. m. 10 Barrage 1. m. ;;;: W. B. WRIGHT<< GOfflP1Y

C gbt* and medicine dealer r II e llippy; II y llOIll e well-the ... 11 1p.m... m. It! p.m m r l ,

YOURSELF I p.m I p, ILIp.m t
"JtANtTFACTCRIRS>t' DFALrKS !>
p.a. \
furnished home. fr uzinatneal
Marstonij ,
4p.n p TC --

: /f Quina can supply you or$ ulc.fatiuaa earaeg.- I p f.. m m. r I 6pm p. m.'A1IE --i!_ LUMBER LATHS
; ai4 T ,
cCURE Dt.t atriJ
with
all needed in the poa 5r3 DAY .
. wayof feisuuou3. aiaeolato to jrt Earraeeaj lII'I97 I
T' Ttlf ilfnatnre li on rrery box ef the genc'-Be house furnishings at the : by ii, 1irntcta, 1 IrIS and :uru-act It.u 'LL.I J. ;t SATED CYPtES Efll mS..rIiE.rrifl2[
Beaob
Laxative Brorao-QuinineT: raa Tap ?. >niae !loivest prices cash or credit. lr'pa.d. f.r ..to'c____________ UJJolrelgbt < ._L !
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Ibe nmedtiat cure a cold la one tf-f. a et aI' $.:.75. I received after 1:16 p. m. .-;:; FENHACOLA; FLA.

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_- THE DAILY NEWS: PENEACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JUNE 10,1902.

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-- I FOR THE CHILDREN I II I Bootblack by Appointment. I' :

Person An enterprise has been started in New Don't Use r 1

One They Print a Magaatne. York that miglit fiouri.sh in smaller
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Another I At Wayne, Neb., are two little girl, 'I places. It proposes to tend around'

Tells IA-Tucker and Nellie Dearborn, who bootblacks regularly! from house to I I I It t

print twice a month a very little magazine house as chimney sweepers were sent

KODOL DYSPEPSIA' CURE. ('III1t.The Fortnightly Lela and In olden times The circular: reads: ;

gjt1 Nellie are not yet thirteen years old, "We will send a responsible: boy to..Ii Stimulants

Why lit S UU ID"HIIDC ao RIp,1' i yet tlify own print and publish tliUinunzii your house any day or hour convenient '

tfj-So tb.r.must tw S.milhllC I,I !.. without any help.It : to you to look alter jour shoes clean I i :

I, Merit Attar All. : :starred with the gift, some three shine and Polish and put in new shoe-

years ago, of a printing press to Nellie j i btrins! when ueossary. Our boys will '

-,:rn1rd..ri people always admit It I learborn. For tvo j ears, however the | not be paid! in coin by our patrons but to bouy up weak worn tired-out stomachs. Spur a tired '*

ti] ..\ find an article of merit. If press lay in corner of the woodshed; by coupons which are sold direct from : ,

!:>.;11, it them good they want It to but one day wlit-n Nellie's money had our ofices to our subscribers in books horse-for a moment he bounds forward then drops. :
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'C tbers too. wonderfulncurativeKodol been all I'Ilt'nt for ice cream xwla. candy of ten. twenty and forty coupons."

tlt.: '. < tn the Cure. It and other good tasti:1.!; things: she: This may be suggestive to our quick I Jf Just so with a tired stomach. Stimulants forco ;' .

,s(of Dyspepsia thought; of n jiian to secure wore. Why II witted boys !leading to the establishment \! i
N y preparation which pose it to brief unnatural effort. Then it
!ht a.
:'vard completely digests any not fet out the oM printiiij press, with I of a good business. collapses com- :

4 *>u may eat. No one dis- Its Piipjly of type anJ print a magi
pef',''tact that some other fllrVnot-- line? It would: only be aeeesetry. shoo I Huothinctonn ; pletely. It needs rest. :
:
accomph."h this result. thought to four he subscribers S.ni; a snng of Soothmstowa
jpt or
:>:''lrl .11.! Chick 13 not far away.tVtere the of Kodol Cure food is
found In the : By use Dyspepsia
." tor' nWhen and the money Clod: be spent for the I skiea! are bright 1 your :
it is
1PA: \ r .marh. lacking sweets. : \Vht-re. morn till night.
pi '. .; -it takes pepsin and it helps j The usual UiM-ouragenesita: came of : The children romp and play. : digested without the stomach's aid. It builds up the body -
> t 'isjn digests only album-
Lr{ : p I course! but n xi friend: helped them 1
'j }*. uKetn; 'atand'pK9.: May. j.1H Sing a son:; of Soothln;tonn; while the stomach gains fresh strength. Rest is nature'sgreatest
;, : p .'nty of pepsin and a lack I and Loth little girl hay that the very Your velvet cheek to mine; :, 1
; Then it proudest ail happiest moment of their I I know jour eyes
r dijestants. I
I See sunl.t sklc'sA tonic. It soon restores health. It is not 1
necessary
f i:' i That's the trouble with I lives was that in which! they saw the nJ Jells where roses twine.

:, : -nparation They don't : first printed page of their! "magazine." to diet. That only further weakens the system. Kodol ;
Kodol:
the diptstants.
Of course the first pace had a very S.nz: a sons or Sootbmgtown;
. i I' iT- contains them all. It sad We're there by now. I wean '
but the
.: .d food you want. You right appearance on. The next trouble girls was kept the In\\1..r".>:fn water hills! rUb Dyspepsia Cure will digest any kind of good, wholesome
diet. The feeling of
1"p .
.. : catnip is immediately! lack of tj pe. So when they had set one And grasses grow so green. food you want to eat. Cathartics afford only temporary
bad all the : of Newton X>7.kirk in Chicago Record. i
.. K; (inl Dyspepsia Cure. page they t.) print copies .. .. -.- .. f
';.pepsiaCure dyspepsia it that they moded tilt! then distributethe relief.
Ii r ref m once 1 can Behind In Electric Railways. i
that ii', each letter buck
*- type put ,
E. \\iUidmson.
U. .
i I.
,
\ Into its owu little box In the cast? before Ilaleigh..lure !9.-It Is found that 1
and felt "I had stomach trouble of four years' ]
la itwor form f
the next pap vouM! be printed. North Carolina is very far behind in
the time until ut'(! ICodolhti
', lid rompU f'ly cured There were other courasements electric railway construction hating Made standing," says Geo. R.Colbath, Alpena, Mich., j jT !

:,' W 5ftjlur.HU.lnrd.: Pa. too. It seeiatd as if the type alwayswould now in operation only one-eighth of 1 which was so bad that at times I was forced i J JI

Kodol Dyspepsia CureCures fall just as they were in a hurry per cent of electric railway mileage in I 0 Digest to abandon my business and stay in bed. tAt

all Stomach Troubles. perhaps because they were in a 1JUr- the United: Statts. !

?, E.:.cDiWirr&Cn.Chleaga ''ry. And then they felt so bad that last I was induced to try Kodol Dyspepsia '

S "':1tns:, times the 50c.il/ft. they would po home feeling as if they A Real Friend."I i Food. Cure, from which I received immediate relief ;

never wanted to enter the "office. l uttered! from and indizptiun "
dyspepsia -
and few bottles effected
II
I a a complete cure.
Dt nrs'Ileh Hazel SALVE 11:1 in. One day especially they were for fifteen years" say* W. i i 1

at work on the very lust page of the .Sturdevant: of Merry Oak,N. C. .
r piles andskin diseases.
A jr edition and were just putting the typeon "After I had tried many doctors and ---- --

I the press when It all fell to the medicines to no avail, one of niy I A Good TbIDI(. DR.MOi EETTrz | Cures Cholera.Ielaate 1
,i Ik ll.-linllloii". friends persuaded me to try Kodol. I "Your office : be all "f(" t DiarrhouDysentery t
floor and "pied, and a "pi" in a newspaper new boy may
1 'iutfrrd eflei't onr. It gave immediate relief. I can eat the Bowel Troubles o(
office is right but he stammers BO.
a hopeless mess.
L' \ I almost anything I want now and my CbildrenolAnyJlga.
"That's the of it. If client) _
.,: j.. c.:. t-SiIU: with a glove kid The "four or five subscribers" !loo1grl'W digestion is good. I cheerfully beauty a [Aids Digestion RtguUUithe .
L '.. I I Into the hundreds until last year recommend Kodol." Don't try to calls when I've stepped out for a mo- rCCTMING.POWDtin the Bowels.: Strength '

they had a list of 300 and balance in cure stomach trouble by dieting.. meat I have time to get back before ASS he Child and Makes :
;j':1 i I.Tt.v-A: richly! soft weave i Costs Only 23 cents at Druggists
That further weakens the the boy pets through explaining where I
the treasury of $9!:I, with expectations only sys- TEETHINGDr EASY/
a;:tint. ur "> in,:. suggested; to Mr. lib I of making another $3 clear beforea- tern. You need wholesome, strength-\}1 I've gone and when I'm expected to re- it. mil 25 teitj to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D, ST. LOUIS. MO. t

ifjvtf! : Heavy, languorous weaves I erring food. Kodol enables to ('oluaetbus.a.,1ng.X1Nrd1)i1. ,j
you turn. -Philadelphia Press.
cation closed. Instead of the money' .
or V.Hrasi.: assimilate; what eat C. J. MOFFETT-Dtar Doctor: We gal'pl/ol,, TJETII.ITrrthl.., i w
I going freely for peanuts candy ice you by digesting -- -.-- ---- borders) to our little grand child with the happiest rmult The efffttfire i
'.rus it- loJr<*-A satiny cross bee it without the stomach's aid. re itlmoxt tnagiral, ana certainly more aatiti/aetorv from anything
tH,1I taftft.i! and sros;:rain. cream soda and gum, this experiencewith HargU' Pharmacy, John Sheppard, No good health Utle* the kidneysare irrrrerutrd. )'0111'11 rery truly, jntt H. H"'\', : I'

Mu.se: : \t'lollrwatt'rt'd silk filled \ the printing press really made Sidney Kahn. sound. Folly's Kidney Cure (Aoir liixliop Southern Methodist Churth.) Pastor of at. I'uul Church

them anxious to B.Ivt>their money. makes the kidneys ri?ht. W. A.
witt'J.A ui.ii so Luavy as to res m"I I They write all of the stories themselves BANNER SALVE. D'Alemberte, 121 Palafox.. TIME TABLE. :
bit uunitfint Ib.tll..ou | :
and they do it together, one adding --- -
.
( 1I. .l'rtjsheer change the
most healing eaivoln tht world !
a line or a thought and then the LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
5r! eL'9. The Beer IN EFFECT DECEMBER I, Riot :
.. u. other.It O.A.BTO RIA. 1 !

............ ,: has turned out to be somethingmore gears t'H Aba'1s; Bu. 2Bigsattiro New Orleans and Mobile. ;'
4. :;?:4 than an amusement for the little : \ -- -- -- -- .
ThatVICTORIA Made.
i m\.m\ \ FOR editors, and they have developed an of It-:1/-.1--' No.5. So.4. No!. No.8,, No.1. No.e. 1
7:15 a i2sm l1i li p L'av.... PI'DII\coll.Arrlre 5e) er4rt p eoJO p
ambition to make their magazine better ---- ---- I ';:S) a %:::1 p' l)2 a LI'SVI'.., to lomalon ..... Leave %::i.j a' 2:9) p 7:5 p .
f THE PEOPLE. each time. Suicided Before Church Altar. I llI)) a .::! p 1 2:", a Leave Mobile ... leave 12:811 n't' 12:15 D. 5:00 p 1

I. Detroit June 9.-A special to The & DSSDMOV'? r S-If'- -.., .... ": Jp' 7'IoJ a _Leave__ n few North.----------t'rl..aD'I. Leave M:IU p 75! -a -. _--4

K\erj Word Co-.t; >'on a Cent, Johnny on the Ostrich. livening! Post from Bay City, Mich.
The ostrich is the largest of the feathered ': t
that after saturating his clothea
It uf terJ Word: is, Read says
and No.2. No. .. So. 1 No. 8. i
By K>er specie. He is proud Stately, with kerosene oil Joseph Rejch last JlOiip m 12:15pm: L ave..... P n acola .....Arrlve 4awpm t 5:40am

...... -- -......> body."" but not graceful. Ostriches! are raisedon Saturday night set fire to himself in 1\:13 am 67: p mrrLv ... Montgomery ...l.eave lll am 1 9:55 p m
-:" = farms and be for 15;: cents, Jl:51am allslpm Arrive... Blrmmghamleave: :aam 4:ti5 pm !
can been the Catholic church at Fisbervilia, this lab I p IU 3:1.1 a. w Arrive ..... a.hvllitl ......Lt-ave .... ..... f
'1NLY .l..I'N. i which must be paid to the man at the .... .
.
I 2I a R1 4:15: Ii m Arrive Louisville .L..ave V:15 m 1:45 a I
1/o/ His charred p m
.. 'H' .... .. .. ... ; entrance to the farm who will then county remains were discovered 7'am! ll:5Ja m Arnvl.l"IDclnnatl..Lt'ave 8\JIlpm 1I:15pm 1
,1-[ "i TO LOAN-<)n household furnii permit you to enter. There is much in front of the altar yesterday MADE KY ACME BREWING CO.t' 7:: lam Itlp m Arrv" tit. Louts ..L@a" t:15pm KISS: pm
:i-'reset cows ail all kind of pcriprrv. morning. Holes had been burned
PENSACOLA AND RIVER I
Terms easy Strictest i Ignorance prevailing:! about the ostrich. IJKM 10-CKXT BOTTLE HKKKIN JUNCTION.
a'aut".d. Apply to A. A. huber through the church floor by his body. .
This makes it for a man to TOW |I
luvossury No. 2l-Daily No. a-Da:1y I No stop where time not shown So 2-Daily 'No. ti-DaUT
''' 1'itUfox: street.tt iM i Rejch was 33: years of ae, was the
,
stand up iu front of tho farm and rue -- -- I
--- ---- of the church DA.NNHEI8SERBROS- i1:5 7:1.1 a m Leave .. PI'niacolarrlve IOM pm fIS\I -
1 !" LKXDoa Improved real ..-- loud and forcible )language; to get people organist and a teacher i!I 1:15: night 7:13" ... Iobtlm......... JoJS7" 1O't.p .III
'1 in the church school. It is I .. .... ........ to ..
Ii. i :are or small amounts at low to step inside and see these interesting supposed AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED l: 7:1'1" Ynlf'llra 101\ 8:01
','.. v-vst Call on Lf li" K. Hrooks, i he i 12:25 7'1": h .........L..ambla ....... 10ai 5:01-7 "
.. .-> ut 1"iI'. N'J :I'alafoi Ht., tisborfc bird The ostrich has a large appetite. was temporarily insane. I I.i": 75" .... ,... Mulat .......... to liJ:'8" 6.1'
:.q. 3ml inM'NK He will devour corn nails, watches I I. I, Harper ? istEy.Main 12te 7::, .. ... ..... Harp ..... ..._ to IO: l" I 60"
I I.I": 7'Ii"' h .........6'lt City........ 1":15" 11:7"
turnips! or any similar article that is Woman Dies From Fright. House-401 S. Palafox 3teat.R. It.hi"' 7iJ to ....... ... Milton ... ...... to 10:111 to 5:41 "
-D\\-Uoyo4 need money l9): am. .. II ....Good Han ge .... ...... 10I
placed before him. He is not good to New York June 9 -:Mrs. J. Feeiy. of 55.i
R. Union ..
-..n hrroiay amount you want ,I Exct.an2'e-Orp DepotP. : ii" g95 ... .... Holts .... ...... 9a5 tI.\! "
toddja; >-.',\I"t ternii and lowest races j eat unless you are very hungrr. Ostrich Hoboken saw a child drop through the O. Box 2?1. Pen=:ucola: Fla.Phones 2.91' 9 :91 ......... MlllIlan ....._ .. VM" tll"
'ivw!,_r? oht.t.nablv,on proved city real'I feathers do not look 116.2F.d.It's 2tl" 4M II .........Creetview......... 4a,1 "
jvh'nygusee
carat ..-trontWin. t Isher,2)4'south) I'ala- as glee : air from the window above. Believingit II:.)) to Mr: ,,, II .... .11 "tr Land ...... II II\ I.S .
, loi ..fi ln- f them growing on the 0Stricl 03 : was her son. she screamed his name ::?:! 9:10 to ".. ...... Moecy lIf'ad.._. V,13"I I Eli "
-- --- 4:3i 9s5 II
"
It \tor WANT TO BORROW MONKY I when they are neatly placed on a'hat. : in heartbroken tones and fell in a 5:1'1": VH" ..DeF'umaki4pringe.........Argyle. .....- 7H": :2e II( "

1 ..v-?: n'oat-y. insure your property, proejrubstric'oltitle When an ostrich U pursued in his naytive faint. She died in a few moments. a Mistake I :"I' s:57 .". .. .Ponco de LI'on.... II 7: 'II" I %:U" 1I
5j" 1:1J': .. ..WOltTllle....._ to 7:17" I ..
1SS
sail real 1 he sticks his head down J
buy or es. ,
.
jangle!
1111' rent '' Mrs. Feely had been ill several weeks I 11:11'4" lI.n' .. ..... l'aryvllle.___ II 7:12 I: J"
,
have
of
rrcujll pmp!- 1 rtv any description attended in the sand. This makes him look like and of bed for the first time 6\f": III: I' ...........IonUay_......_ II 1Iii. 11" \
'Ir taxes out
to was
your ..
I ., ........ ..... }
!
e !ion or ".tl", v" Thot C. Watson & Co. and stuntedegetatlon, and heescapes. 6a5 Iii: (l'hlplf'Y 1Ir.: 1:11' to
S,a1F.tAta'I sparse when :she received the shock which ftJ.I" 11:1r' ?: '' ... .l'ottoudale ...__ 8:1'1" 12:91 '
lolL i"', 1 !,:.nurance mxlnrate.agents To Fensato.a I know a whole lot of other her death. The First-Class Western Beef Is 7J" 115'' .. .......Marlanna....... to e.ll I" IU": noon
i: JH everyone caused boy who fell
s b. I'" 7:1: 11f'i" .Cyprew..... .., II 5x 11:1.1
bu"t
: t about ostriches but I tiredof -- a m
well lend
things nm
'nIi we
"'It .lJ.c' t.> t ,1 a house money sd-tl to the street wao not seriously hurt. Not 25 Cents a Pound. I 1:.., I ila ,". .....Grand Ridge_ to 59t2 ll:2 i
writing. JOIINNY. 1i": I I\l noon t""nead8 .. .... II 6l" 1'1::;" e'
-- i i """ I 11:15 12:15rrlvP..lt'vtjrJDDetion _Lnve 6:111" !II:: I"
)1.\.1.1; M i.i.i 1tN'1'I:1): .
..
,.- She Sang! to Her Doll*. Roosevelt's Gift Delights Pope. Look at our Prices : ---

'\'ANTE-tls:! ,, ,,t,) !earn burber trade 1 i That wonderful "daughter of song,' London June 9.-A dispatch) to The La-tyear. Now I f()=GOLAY= : CHOICESTOF I

,.'. at mw sure-;:. :'....t' : !WhlUon't'r..11uI.tt'0.'I'want otr-red, Adelina Patti never went to school. Pall Mall\ Gazette from Home says thaI Extra Loin. . . .1. ctol c 20ci I

i'i, ",bl .\I'rd.'""?. 'pr"par-r you fr II I2! w...t'ItJ\ i Her mother holding curious views I I pope was highly delighted with Pres Round . . lie I5cI I' Grist and Corn Meal Milts. ; 4 .
.".'lIrl.. Mult? U.ub..r ("oIl"I, about this, had her educated at home I ident Ronsevelt'a gift of a complttasK Brisket and Chuck. i1c lOci'

I'l' j" i JeJtft.If Probably her first concert was at the of the latter's works and confirmsthe Ramp Rib Roan. .. .... ........ .... .. .. .. 15c Lie 15C ISc;!'' IK. F. GONZflLEZ A CO., Prop i, f FRUITS INOCONFECTIOMERI ij [ Y ;

)l i"'o.1..1;. age of six! when, having ranged all report that the pontiff Issued or '
-- -- ---- -- | her dolls on chairs !in front of her, she dera that Mosaics of St. Peters anJ Coii-iderin?: quality, above prices jare j Mknofactcrer i
1:.,a .xr A BAKUAIN-A than in other of MEAL pna I '
ceo- cheaper any city j CHOICE AND GROUND -AT-
her heart.
\ and danced with all
math! .. .,',.d saloon, near Pnlafox sang the Vatican be transmitted to the I. I!
this size in the .
: country.We STOCK FEKD.
r.1. .H'thni: alletor While in the midst of her *>rforrnanea
i
iiarticu- .
... [ ident with his thanks.
appl\.) i "? -.l'. Wftnon t ('0.. heal t prv do have to pay more for our Fatroalie Home ladaury. for there 14' C. APOSTLE'S 1.1
l.tate 3 ,a. .-dove. J7l'nllt", i her mother accompanied by Sontag tI meat*, and have to charge more every reason you should buy your Meal and ,
1 and .AlbonI appeared and were wonderfully Feed from the Home i .
I Steam Rises From Mt Ranier. than formerly, but it i-n't our fault I Stock Manufacturer j
I'or lli-iit. impressed by her ,voice. But for by so doing you encourage home ladai- 14 East Government St. J
I low
and we are selling as as we
Tacoma. Wash, June 9.-Two columns po- try. Your 1slefiln the commaaltj ,
******* *'*rH**'*s | at the :'
first
her public appearance was siblycan. j and you la turn are Indirectly! beaeated. ,
( )'t_ 'a rWI O nicelY furaUUml room at I of seven Iu those early performances of team are rising from the'ape Ic tottering the home nianuficrnrer yon ,, Formerly Cordova Restaurant Btaad I.
age
4"''.:', i' prtng street alit! of Mount Hauler. The meltingof PARLOR MARKET contrIbute to the cause of labor. You ow I
she could never be induced to go It to community In which yoa lire sad iI II i One car-load of Pineapples at 11.75to
'- -- -
I the without doll, and if she the snow by the heat of the sun. i. which oontrlbntei to roar support. $2.00 per dozen.E.Brawoer's .
\::" nt- \\'n nlt'cl. on stage a Phone 173. .Int. S. Hell A >on-. 'I :
of the
the lifting snow from the sum
'w """"- - I noticed any children: in front of her she
,1''ANn.P-A: jo.1 solicitor: will pay i invited them to play with her during mit by the wind and several other

., 2.10).t ; )lI1l11t'.lon to nektone. \dtuu interval possible explanations of the phenome.now .
: the
.
5- h melt15'ANT1
: office.
"
are offered, but none of them

.I). seem to be satisfactory OnePiiceCash

...... .............. "" -'"'- -- I Fatal to IoIU.
is that pretty doll you
Aunty-Where
11't) t li-Fresh yard eggs at Nick ,
.\.,,,. i Kestauraat'A.NTfco i had: when I was here last?

-\\ : -All ktndi ot empty beer : Little Girl-It's gone-died i of the HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH

bottl.... M. A. Jl'aIlDI&41'1.: ovVtf grip. CUT PRICES IN TWO!

J.v'H.<.\l.ETnm- Q"m'-bl" loci In "The grip eh?" BITTERS.Is . .

J"' -. city terms by the Klsher I I "Yes'mbaby's; grip." a specific remedy for ailmentsof :
...'t.it"*' '.e Agency 204', aonth: Palafoi :; the stomach, liver and bow 1000( yards Dress Swi3e9, worth 63: 20 dozen Ladies' Lisle Thread! I 50 pieces Medicated 21-inch Cotton

:-- I-aim' I Perhaps It 'a.. els and is backed by hundreds yard, 10 yards for 30 cents. : Vests, worth 3-5 cents, yours for 20'( Diaper, 10 yards in a piece, worth
II ,-Iii 11 tllllL'cljle..-- i Mrs. Richmond-What lovely antique of voluntary testimonials. We I cents. hoc, for this sale, &)c. :
100) yards Dress Dimitys, worth t\
would therefore sufferer : \
\ -.D-Trustworthy person In each furniture! and, do ,, from INDIGESTION urge every, DYSPEPSIA 7liC, lO'yards for 4 i cents. lOuO Boy's and Men's collars, i!' 1"0( dozen Ladies' Fast Black. Fall
c. nth to manage bu-tine -f! ':,)u5e. solid financial -tandlnz; know, we got it almost! as cheap as if FLATULENCY, CONSTIPATION 20m) yard!! bleached I yard wide Domestic I. Ifor this sale, 6t/c a pair; 4 pair for
'a.t! -honafide weekly' cash salary iltn. HEADACHE OR LIVER for 45 2UO) Ladies' Madras and White
10 cents.
la ','ck each Wednesday, with allex- it had been u w-J! utle.I yards: i I 2oc. h
t-. -<-i l lvot from I AND KIDNEY TROUBLE to try it. '. Waists, worth sic and |1, to close at
:';an".j for expenses headquarters Manager, 37n; money Tax. It will cure you. FOR SALE BY 2000 yards unbleached Sea Island 45c.i 100 dozen Men's Seamless Half j
B- 1..i*. Chicago. jTiJcmiwPOUt.1'IlV. :, TheShO.D.a Cltrk."I DRUGGISTS, with our PRIVATE yard wide Domestic, 10 yards for 451 i Hose, in brown red and black, for ,
never" said the illiterate shoe STAMP over the neck of the bot cents. j i 50 pairs Lace Curtains, 2'-J yards: 5c a pair I

i (clerk "forget a man's face that I have I tIe Avoid substitutates. long, regular Tic goods, to close at
-
---- - - I 25 dozen Men's French
S'V: J..:- COYHR- - "':LEGH-ORS I fitted shoes on."-Loa Angeles Ilerald. I 20uO yards Embroideries, regular 45c. : Dropped- '
"Xl"s.Tely." I ---- -- price 7jj to S jC, 10 yards for 45 events. Stitched Under Shirts worth 40c, to l.
stock and for sale.ieri -
; t. "- at Wlllia HardwareCo'i.Eggs l stfHA I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. l 25 dozen Large Turkish Bath T w- close at 25c each. Drawers to match. t
I Avoid
How to Trouble.
1000 yards: Dress Pique and Ducks els, worth f 2, will close at $1-20. .!itI :
III GOOD I Now is the time to provide your- i ii I worth I-) and 12ljC, lo yards for 85; 30 dozen Men's Fancy Striped "
I 20 dozen 24x33-inch Bleached Lace Under Shirts, 45c each. Drawers :
M .-*. H\R.Clf B6IRlEManataCtnreracd j self and family with a bottle of j! W. C. ROWE, M. D. cents. Towels for this sale, at 50c dozen. to match. ; ;
dMaler la l.alr Good, Hats, Toilet | Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and I
Cha:" :BS-H'Ir Oil, etc.,Sa! Government i Office: ITS S. PaUfoi. 1000 yards Dress Cross Bar, worth 35 dozen 2Sxt:-inch Towels, res?; 2 dozen Ladies' Black and Colored t
t '!'Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost I Ii .I Sl2e,10 yards for 50 cents.: ular lOcdozen. for this sale 90c Bilk TaSetta Waists al
goods, regular
= -== Hours from < to 9:3) s. m. sad 1 ta 8 p. mInd ; price t
certain to be needed before the sum 13.50 to close at 20 each. .
... "I"-t.'r.--,,.. 1.'or FutlorulN.1t .., j after 7 o'clock 25 dozen Ladies' Bleached Vests, I $2 ; l'
- -
l.'.", ERs' FOR FUNERALS furnlsnedspecial I I mer is over, and if procured now I i :Phono OS. with tape in neck, 5 vests for 25 5')) yards White Batiste Lawn, This sale will positively not run :

", ''''n-ptlyinboaciaets or gns may save you a trip to town in the cents. regular 12'i quality. 10 yards for S5c. j for longer than one week. j j I
Gregg
j."t:"> Volette! Moreno, 828 Wet ory night or in your busiest season. It I
,. :-t-v-' %0rflm
''is: everywhere admitted to be the

_. CUT FLO W J 1t.4.T I most successful nedicine in use for PARKER'SHAIR BALSAM F. E. BRAWNER'S CASH HOUSE : {
ONE-PRICE ]
bowel complaints both for children I I Ptomaee ewaADd I luzanftot tnaufM growth.IU bait
( FLOWERS and Floral teslgn I and adults. :No family can afford to I74Ll: Fever rail to Bwtore Gray ,
!\!. oP-;la! designs ordered for customers. it. For sale all Hair to iu Youthful Color.
\ be without by drug ,...... .
; Ovtttt Moreno (Cam d k hlll'la..uc.
West OreK rosy ;
..e 0":18 mlm rT- I gists and medicine dealers. I II I ak..od h tort Ihu I +f ,143 SOUTH PAL1FOX STREET.=gg&t. ;






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a TUESDAY JUNE '10.1802
PENSACOLA FLORIDA
THE DAILY NEWS: ,
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I : The Danger Period for the '"1Stroll t

I 'L'UL.'L" 'MONEY TAKENAS I WHERE TO estilthe'\'Qldtt

Nervous and Broken Down in


I I 1 Politics andPoliticians. HE DOZED Health is Rapidly Drawing I JEOISTERSUPERVISOR The Ending 42d Annual December Statemnt 31gt 1901 tur \"I"ar

ZBUred at the Post Office at Feotacola, nfl
ffl*..cond-clfcM matter._ I Nigh.Paine's I

OTF1CE i-ritfi building. rill!* South 1 I I jj'i II I' l THE f [EQUIIABLE ij
I ADAMS APPOINTS
1 V. ratrdox street np-+talrl. I K I A young white man named Williams I II II I I


jL: THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO.I. was found last night! near the CeleryCompound : DEPUTIES.
b :.1Io -=r :.1Io7i :corner of Rene and Government !I II tiff RSOClETY! [

I. B. HILSON, Managing Editor of the East condition ,
i The regular meeting streets in a perfectly stupified I II

W. M. BALL, Business Manager. I The deputy registration; .... .. . .
following .
Assets
Y End Democratic Club will be held having beta the tictim, ap : i iI .w $:;,Lt1SU\

I Terms: Invariably in Advance. tonight in their club room on East parently cf somepowerfaldecoctionto !I I Ii officers have been appointed for the Reserve..and. .. .other. Liabil-
5 OU Year by Mall ......._S50Ufilx I! I purpose of opening the books in this ities, 2P.i; .IiS

'44 4 Months .__ . --. 2 50> 'Government street.! All democrats produce sleep.A I i Batistes all Syiiitois of Disease;: county, so as to allow white democratic Surplus(from which Dividends

.r-I ODe Week,by Carrier, Fajrtbie Monday 10 I 1 are invited to attend. lady saw liim first and, as he voters to qualify for the primary
are paid$7 .
..
: ,
lay immovable on the ground, she ail Ncmstts the Nemis \', election called for July 15, '-- yt..
};; Id.f'fi.ifl9 Halts Furnished on Application Young men who have become of I 1902: Paid to Policyholders in
thought it was a dead man and so ... .. .. .
1901. .. :.
t TELEPHONE NO. US. age since the last election, and democrats Sjstes. So. 1 (Nix's Precinct-G. C. Clifford $ lT-u.! .6 1
( reported it. She was afraid to pass I II i registration office. New Insurance In 1901. .f :24's. 7
t the
moved into
who hare
I him and told near-by men about it. I Ii !1 Paine's Celery Compound ha= No. 2-Kupfrian', C. M. Asker- Total Insurance in force

j county since then should be sure to j The latter ran to where Williams saved thousands of people from gren. Dec. 31, l001..H iTji.Ch;! -;;:
up
: : I I lillvlt W. W. Crow.
> 3
agyLAB i So. w.
F ;uNipN t register, either Thursday, Friday ort nervous prostration and collapse Notwithstanding the ,
I
: Pass, S. P. Hendrix. greater:
him '
Ar ,,. : lay and found barely brought on through sleeplessness! No. 4-Ferry 1.
Arr vial of the
t Saturday of this week, so they canI and impoverishedblood. No. 5 Beulah, A. J. Buzbee. strength Society ana o ?
j breathing. His pulse! was! hardly I weakened nerves, E. greater security which us .,
Hi- I medicine has made No. Roberts and Muscogee, p :.vKXOWLES
vote at the primary election July 15 1 The great holders
thereby enjoy the R\n'oI?
FEK8ACOLA, JUNE 10. 1902. I acting. They sent him home in a thousands well. It bus conquered G. Eon ifay. LOW and GUARANTEE::.
Notice of the place in each precinct : No. 7-Pme Barren, A. D. Nichol I are b-t.
I health when
weakness and ill everything -
.t.. hack after he had been brought to ter than given by other COIl.t1 _,
is Did Hanna tell and name of the registration officer else has failed. son. II
'Y THEquesUon : Oliver White.
his senses, and when he could talk I This is! the time when nervous de- No.Crabtrees! ,
Jioo evelt just what kind of a knife is printed in THE s E\VS. : II I, bility and nervous prostration beginto I No. \!-BluS Springs A.J.<}owat. ,
he could not remember
said that
he 10-Wardville, J. A. Godwin. I BROS.
T Rathbone had up his sleeve for the I I manifest themselves. The cominghot I So. ,

Ohio boss, in order to secure the ex- There are in Escambia county ; where he had been, but did recall weather will only add fuel to the ., No. 11-Walnut Hill, J. R. Stew
and disease.If art. Gf'oeralIt"ntli,
ecutive order for an appeal? the fact that he had had about 'e fire of suffering Cor. I
some good democrat? who, through I there is mental depression loss So. 12-City, Willie Sheehan
--- ---- I started in I dulnessof Intendencia and Alcaniz streets. 309 B. Palafox St.. PENSAi < f .*
when he first to drinking of lack of vivacity, i
inoculatedwith energy
ONE of the oddities of this lively association were slightly i blanched cheeks and ; No. 13-City Thos. O. W. Tuttle, !
I ; the eyes,
L campaign! year-if it Is an "otf-year" I the Tammany leprosy, but who a Tenderloin saloon. He later remembered lips, confusion in the head, defective -I I court house. 1 1I

-is the fact that Oregon, a republican / are now anxious to be healed. This : going toward the bay memory, love of solitudeallthese I No. 11-City, Max Goldstuker. corner FISH CHOWDER\

l ?r has elected a democratic i are direct indications of com- Palafox and Romana streets,
state, until
from then iI
I can quickly be accomplished if they with someone, and: I ing nervous collapse, and call for Pat )[Hugh's store. ,
tSr governor and almost unanimouslyadopted the Democratic Jor his restoration to consciousness his : the immediate use of that nerve No. 15-City, James I>oll hertt'. j BY THE SEA SHORE
in League
dip
the favorite populist idea of feeder, strength giver, and blood en- corner DeVilliers and RomanaSts.. i
"initiative aid referendum." i dan. They should, however, act mind was blank. richer, Paine's Celery Compound.This J. B. Dougherty's store. I II

_
1 Marshal Credille stated to the : Heaven-sent pre-cription is a I I No. l&-Pmeville. J. Hubbird.
now and take this modest pre-crip- Brent*, Arthur Fillin im. At the Santa R < ., ; 1 n.t:
; Ix the Georgia primary lat week : peerle-s remedy for your dangerous! No. 17- :t :

It i Senator Clay was unanimously tion. Be not tempted,likeNaaman, mayor recently that an organized troubles. President T. J. Shafer, of No. 1t1-\lclJrlvid. J. :M. HirrUou. establishment, tl! > : <. '
I Association of No. 19-MolinoA..1. Fillinzim; i
out"around
hoodlums
of hung the Amalgamated
chosen to succeed himself, and yet I the Syrian of old, to 'go away in a "gang ;
; will
Frank Maura
i I Iron, steel, and Tin Workers of the No. 20--Flomaton and Cf-nturv. jri\-

* : A the Savannah Morning News is not rage" because a Jordan so near at : the city' "Ked Light" district United State! writes from Pittsburg, W. H. Mayo. celebrated fi-h chowde--! '., s-,

i I J entirely I eure that the legislature hand chosen. From pointof I whoe sole purpose was to get peopleabout Pa., as follows- The books will be opened in the
was
i 1 will elect him, but declares that "it your "In lb9'J\ I wa compelled to abandon -. above-named election districts at i day at 5 o'clock p. m.
half-drunk and then ,
pilfer the named on Thur*day, Friday
F view the Democratic League may my profession because of nerv- place hore beach. The teai:
would be a daring and thickskinned
One of this has and Saturday, June 12th, 13th ,,
their pocket gang ous prostration consequent upon 1
seem but a tiny Jordan.: It i is, however I !
general assembly that dared to reverse exposure, hard study, and overwork.A and 14th, 1902. : prise will leave Palafox I\
s been caught and i i", now serving 60 : The books will be opened from 7 ,
4t the decision of the primary 1 1tlection. a mighty river sweeping i number of phy-iciaus declared I 2:30 p. m. every :Sunday ". .-
.'' days. Williams, it is supposed was : would never recover, but I tried o'clock a. m. until 12. and from 1
onward to the Ocean of Success.;
,! I Pdine's Celery Compound, and in 1 o'clock p. m. until 6 o'clock p. in.

tss., <:.".?! THE DeLand Sews announces 1 And. like the Jordan of old, it will a victim of these people. i, less than a year increased in weight 9jot T. X. AD.US. j : Foley's opiates Honey and can and safely Tare b. ..

11hvq, 1 i ---- from 141V., to :215 pounds. During 1 ----- | D'AI- .
r that ex-aeuator: Call expects to be heal you of your ills. to:; children. W. A. : "
.t I Virulent Carter Cured. 1 the recent strike of the Steel: Workers : For biliousness u=e Chamberlain's i i
'q 4t: paid, "as an attorney for the state," I i of wonderful advance finding myself ready to collapse, Stomach A Liver Tablets. They 1211';. Palafox street.
a
a portion of the proceeds of the Indian : In a lengthy interview published Startling proof 1 and fearing a recurrence of my cleanse the stomach; and regulate:' -- -- ----

m : war claim. Guess there must i in the Jacksonville TimesUnionand i il'l given by druggist 0. W. : former trouble, I returned to my the liver and bowels, effecting a 134 134 134 134 134
I Robert of Elizabeth W. Va. An 1 former friend Paine's Celery Compound and For
cure.
quick permanent
.. A. be some mistake about this. During I Citizen T. T. Stockton candidate : old man there had longsuiTered with and already am feeling more sale by all druggists i and medicine fr _""-& J;' ; ,

". fiis successive terms as U. S. senator what good doctors pronoutced incurable I vigorous! and able to meet and dis- dealers. -S-|
for shows that 134 134
state senator, : cancer. They believed his ------
no single individual did more than I charge the duties of my office.
,Lr the issue in Duval is Talia- case hopeless till hf ued Electric < Aft el'SOU'S Te1Ep ODe.L34. .
l Mr. Call to defeat and delay the payment county I, Bitters and applied Bucklen's Arnica IF YOU ARE :

i'1 of this just claim. The record I ferro and anti-Taliaferro. T. T. i Salve, which treatment completely 1' s It Is for Public V.e. 134
TRIT'
4 U against him and he knows it. Stockton is defending the interestsof I cured him. When Electric Bitters 1 OFFICE BUILDING LOOKING FOR BARGAINS 1 4- :. .j :, ".
-- used to expel bilious, kidney !
are ;
.
'
r t k A PETITION> for mandamus to compel ; Senator Taliaferro. His brother, and microbe poison at the same I l OF GULF TRANSIT CO -- 134 134' 134 134 134

''i ,, r' the eupervi-or of Volu-ia county I Telfair Stockton, aided by the indefatigable time this salve exerts its matchless For the next ten days I will sell
i healing blood disease;, skin;
: power
M to open registration books for the John X. C. Stockton, i is on eruption, ulcers and sores vanish.I -- you any article now in stock at a None Better

41 T primary has been denied by Judge; I the anti-Taliaferro side. The election 1 Bitters 50:, Salve 23c; at W. A. D'Alemberte's :i I II <
I Minor S. Jones, because such registration : 121 South 1'alafox. I Yesterday afternoon the !ide joists I II discount of 25 per cent from the regular -1

I :-ti i.. a purely party afiair, and 1 of Telfair Stockton: would therefore 'I ------- I and angle supports of the building I II : price. Think of it-you will Than the Best !
THE PENSACOLA CONCERT I
he supervisor cannot be required to i give Senator:; Taliaferro's i i intended for office use by the Gulf 1 1I save $2-: ) on a diamond ring or pin
BAND WILL GIVE A DANCE AT :
L r a conduct it. Of course ; but what I chances of re-election two years MAGNOLIA BLUFF TUESDAY I Transit Co. were placed in position, i iI where at regular price it would cot :

could have impelled the t
county committee hence a black eye. NIGHT. TICKETSANDTRAINSSAME and have been made secure. 1I flUO. See; you save 25: cents on i
to seek such a writ? Was it I
AS FOR THURSDAY The solid and compact brick foundation very dollar's worth you buy. Nowis
fi part of the i teheme: to dircrtdit the Taliaferro: being the issue; in Du NIGHT CONCERTS.SNAKES ; I, I BUFFALOBaking
L primary -- -- I was finished! last week, and :i the time to buy your diamonds or
plan.-- val, Tom Stockton in his interview -- ,
-- other article in stock
I this was quickly followed by the watch or any
r' HU'ERIU='1i to the announcement :,, naturally talks mot, of the Junior ONWEST 1 I Call and examine Powder
C, : great carpentry work now progressing I very cheap.
1.1 the democratic congressional I I
that Senator, but he remembers Senator .
this offer for
goods. Remember i
i iI
committee will circulate one million I\ finely.
Mallory andrayt: "Before closing GOVERNMENT IS THE BEST !
i copies of Senator Hoar's Philippines I i ---- ------ only ten days. No trouble to show
: observations in this interview 'r Itf"t'al@ a Great Mecref.
t my STEPHEN.
speech, the :Savannah Morning I i good J. :

New rays: "We have indeed touching United States senators, I It is ufteu asked how such startling ; 112 South Palafox street. aGuaranteed
Two Sifters of Mercy[ were given a cure, that puzzle the bt physicians; 1
;
fallen upon strange; day, when the must not fail to express my best I are effected by Dr. King's New Discovery -
1 iiue III Out Tow n,
tpeechof a Massachusetts senator is i wishes for Senator Mallory, who is I fright yesterday on West Government for Consumption. HPr '* the Happy

+ .} tpread broadcast over the laud by a between Reus and DeVilliers secret. It cuts out the phlegm and "We felt very happy" writes R
succeed himself. He I
a candidate infected mucus, and lets the "
germ N. Bevill. Old Town Va. whenBucklfii'4
democratic committee. But] will
it orl'u"ition-the primary -! streets; by the sudden appearance of life-giving, oxygen enrich and vitalize -
has; no apparent Arnica Salve: wholly
be no worse than for the republicans i 1 the blood. It heals tfce inflamed,
\ therefore, will undoubtedly 1 a large moccasin near the sidewalk cough-worn throat and lung Hard cured our daughter of a bad caeof

cam.i : indorse him and I shall take pleasure I and which glided slowly acro-s their cold* and stubborn cough soon': scald head." It delights all who

1 path. The reptile was seen by others yield to Dr. King's New Discovery use it for Cut Corns, Bruise::; Ulcers 1
in casting my vote for him. the most infallible remedy for all ,
THE Nt\\s' amendment the
to .
Infallible for Piles.Only
but it escaped Lefore it could be i Throat and Lung disease Guaranteed -I Eruption

+ Tiiueb-Uniou and Citizen's suggestion Out of his own mouth good old Bob killed. bottles 5 I,) c and U.IMJ. Trial 25c. at W. A. D'Alemberte'sdrug Absolutely Pure
ii of a state-wide reception tot 1 bottles free at W. A. D'Alemberte's. store, 121 South Palafox.

Florida's senators aDd representatives Fillingim has confessed that he i-I Citizens reading in that vicinity I, 121 South Palafox street. -- --- ---- I makes-
.1'
It delicious birm
l1. + r in CouKret-s, when they !'halll being used merely as the handle to I claim that since the rank weeds ; i is the latet iutc..

cl r return after the approaching adjournment I lift the Conon skillet ofl the fire. 1' have been allowed to grow up so FRANK SECARI'S BATH HOUSED L a N't fPm See adverti-ement[.. Bear & Co's in You can prove this by :

of that body, has been I : BUFFALO a trial.
Hut the handle is so much bigger thickly, snakes in large numbers another column. .
1 t cordially accepted by that excellent ep water sea bathing, night or 0'-1 At. H MA

: e ; Ig1J journal, which; says: "The IH.roe"l than the skillet that the aiauipula- have taken up their habitation and day for white people only. Special Telephone tx: s a,. \,

are tired with some mouth; continuous tors have not yet succeeded in fastening are quite dangerous to pedestrians, ,, compartment for ladies, with lady at- Y Y Y
ff tendant. Neatest, best and clea'nestbath
strain of it securely, and, the skilletnot I I I
!' work and the heavy on ; especially:: at night. 1 house in the city. Baths 5

i n j 1 anxieties, but we have every reason i being a-be..to..lined, and the fire I, ----- :, cents. FR.\ 'h SHHRI. + ...\ E\V... c +

believe they would yield all objections i "My Family Doctor" Cor. Cevallos and Z ura u.-a -'t-
9 lii :. to being so hot, the chances are theskillet
and make the itinerary pro- I Blue Island. Ill., Jan. 14. 1W1. :
-.g theirrejoicing will be but a blackened wreck I \It'-"rs. ELY BROS.ha'.e: u-ed THE SANTA H'S.\ rn I fftn11&rvVVVVVVy] I
posed. They expect to meet nUT MU I
coutituentduring the before it can be pulled otf-if ever.I !I your nine years Cream and Balm it m has my become family my for na' It THING 1-oooT.\m.I"lun! ICe I

, campaign.and this wholesale plan family doctor for cold in the head". Bathing in the warm gulf waters is

of doing it might; save for them time hear whisper on the street that I I I( "fit freely on my children. It is i; conceeded to be the finest iu the I

be I a God end to children as teare. world. Everythinforplea with 20c
ll1uchnefodl'd.lcatiun. there to
to take a are some warm speechesat ,
I troubled more: or le-s. afety. Good board and lodging by

g; We could provide them with a comfortable I the meetin:; of the Democratic : Yours respectfully, J. KIMBALL the day or week. Luncheon promptly IMIIJ: ('() Big Stock! Ail Kinds'
car whirl them thrUh; the Clutter's hall I Judge for your-elf. A tealize served at all hours. day or nitrht. I'1'e
League at Thursday
FIR state with a day and night at such i I can be had for the small um of 10 I CHARLES H. BVKTOX\: All Prices!

! have prepared a welcome, 1 night. These meeting are open to 1 cent Supplied by druggists or.i 2ui-tf Manager.Ladiea K For Six Days Only .
towns as .
r I mailed Brortier 56 Warren
by Ely ------- --- --
wherever the the public *o if you wih to be in at +
I ; 1 and shorter stops St., New York. Full size 5u cents.The Can Wear Sln>e t

( }; l i people will assemble to greet them.It the fun you should attend. I -.-: flip stir snmller after uiing Ali. n's l-oot- Al EDISON( r PU1)NOGPH;} ti f r !

is an excellent idea, and it only I THE POLITICIAN.; I man who owns hi* own home E.-...a pov.ot..r! to b.. shaken into the shut-,.
insures himself lots of It makes tight or nrw.hoee (evlenay;ii\r 5 PENSACOLA MUSIC GO'S
against !
reeds that others join our esteemedIrl in'tant relirf to corns and bunionIt's r
trouble and worry. Nobody can the great**.t comfort discovery of the agrCurrs
< 4 contemrorary: of Ecambia in the i Whooping Cough. raise his rent, and the rent day has and prevents snotien fWl, bUt..,.. + 3? S. Palafox St. + Music Free With Each Machine

', w commendable desire to see and hear My little son had an attack of no terrors for him. It' easy to own callous and cure tore for spots.6,.mlini Alln', >hot toolKaeitacerlsin aching r

i4bt!it ; the Floridian who have: really accomplished whooping cou.h and wa threatened a home now-a-day Thos. C. ffl Atall dragons ana shoe stores, -jso Fishing Tackle,
; ; 1t with pneumonia ; but for Chamberlain's Watson & Co. can tell you how lion't accept any eut>mute Trial pacHay
thin!- in Wa-hing- .
t great FREE byutall. Addre"Allen <'lm ted.
r Cough! Remedy we would easy it i.*. Call; and see them.bitty LO: Roy. N.1.PROFESSIONAL. Base Ball
,
ton. :nave: a serious time of it. It also i ---- -- --
-- ---- raved: him frotr several attackof : Years of Popularity

Of what does a bad taste in your : croup.-H. J. MKU-KKAi'EN, editor CHIROPODISTE. La Norma! Tennis,
of Painkiller
tl ; is the record (Perry
mouth remind you? It indicates ]Jl'uI'fd.Jmftl, Fair Haven. Wa*h.
that your stomacfi is in bad condition -: For sale by all druggists, and medicine \1 Davis',but the shops: are full of imitations :$t. Clair Thomas: will rnov Ping Pong.

t and will mr.ihd you that: there : dealer : made to sell upon the great corn; bunion and ingrowing nails ,

F js nothing so god for such a disstIlytt i ---=- -- :---- u ; reputation: of the genuine ; be cautious without pain: or blood Will call ift Big Repair Shop:
; t ; order a? Chamberlain's Stomach A residence if required. No. Ll:
t Liver Tablets after having onceF' therefore, when you ask for a your ttWI E BEAP & CV'S '

used them. They clean and invigorate I CatarrhIs bottle to see that you get the 2enu- S"uth Pdlafox trett. h'jlm Can Repair any old thins

the stomach and regulate ine. An unfailing remedy for
;# vr the bowel For sale at 25 cents per a conMitut."tu! disease.It i coughs, colds, bronchitis. MILCH COWS FOR SALE I And fit Keys to any old lock'

3 t : box by all druggists and medicinedealer's. orur aten.. :t -ert>fulous condition ot I --- -

u the b'.iml; .t! il dr;<'r.t!-on that condition OR EXCHANGEFOR New 5=cent Cigar.Try .
-- ----- -- FRESH YARD ECCS WANTED. B. Bruce
Ft-F. It <>lien aueheadai 1 he and dizzine, F.
'#} t In+r Second hand show Wm.ca-e*John and"counters nn &- in.|..ur' tl.! 'i-t-. ..1and: hearing a- Urin? them all to Sick \po-tle' DRY CATTLECall ,
> low .. 'I
at prices. *<- >1. TL-I'- -turh-tt. ctnma.h.'Iit !, _
son. "j.3t s a.n.ijr.i.1: ;.aly! ::.J lot-rl..a:1Ptly: ; Restaurant.i It Buy It I,
Palafox.
-- ourtii hy the b -'!-Iunryin:. alteramVa ---- --- at 10S\ Wet Chase: street: and 15 8.
:.ii ti to give china closets make choicf. -- --- I.
--- -
? If you want a nice present I I i Elegant your ---

to a friend hue go of and suitable look through articles the at Hood's Sarsaparilla sideboards and leather- ;jjlOt GEO. W. TL-KTOX, JR. Garden tools in endless ;, All kinds of chairs and i;

r ::1N elegant J. I.:8tl'phens, you surely can find This rat medi me, '! as wri ustt the n "Ftv.'u,1..rrul 'seat chairs at Marston gQuina's. The finest line of sterling silver lourietyand at rockr'ibottom rocking chairs at .Marston I
If you cures 't al: dbe.s dend.n goods and silver novelties is to be : I II
to please you. Prices
something are very
Quina's. .
Hardware
Low at the Willis ;
r'f.u the f h -
line on or i''T'o : i! I prices; easy prices
want anything: in the Diamond found at J. Stephens' Prices to
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t(1 S be sure to ate nim before you buy. Ho >D* PI'Le art tte let' u.t.on.c., i payments. please all. Co.'s. \\low. I

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THE DAILY ,NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY, JUNE 10. 1802. j


M c. p-'hEALY- -rten- dent- F. C. NORTON Cashier; .1, :oJ-f 1

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l.1 M. E. CLARK Au't Cnhier. THE WEATHER .
Coadoii.ed
BtatoD.:1ont: Qf the tj ij


AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF TODAYLOCAL R.HALLDAY&CO. -1 1!, -m'\. ,i t.



PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS MAY 27, 1902. f' .
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FORECAST-Fair tonight and -;
Wednesday light pact winds. : i ; c t
RESOURCES.
LIABILITIES. Extraordinary Bargains in
Discounts. 1507,303.02 Stock
and Capital .
,TaE5 .. J200.000.00 Temperature in tail 24 Hours: A i
*"
"- 1233.82 Surplus .
O(wtrdrafts and: Premium... ...... ...... 0,260.00 Net Profits 10000.00)) Maximum. .._, .............. .. ... w-degrees i
Ednitureand s Fixtures O ... ...... .... ...... 6.718.48 .. 112650.89 712186 Minimum .._,....._.... .................. .,:degrees! ** Wash Fabrics. e ti ..}


L Cisa: R and Stamps Exchange...... ...... ... ... ...... 270,337.85 604.00 Deposits .. 451,674.42 76,00000 Temperature Elsewhere u. : Min. 1 d J

Atlanta.. .._. ._............... !IO r2! .,
-- BlionarckCblckgo. ..... .............. ... ......\10 M
$S56,347.17 1866,347.17 ..?_ .. ................... .2 II:! 50 pieces 10 and I2c :I\ i
Cincinnati.............._ .........72 :011 Figured5c! yard "
THIS bank opened for business October 23, 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give ialvesion._.... ...... ... ...._!oil ib
, business prompt, courteous and careful attention. Huron..._.__. .. ..........._ ;2 f1I Lawns for this sale only \
f.;r Jacksonville. .............. .... M .0 ;
Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Kansas city_...... ..... .........72 f"' i
Key West... ..... ... ..n ....M i"M@mnhl. I 15c Figured Lawns now lOc : ,
... .....w I'. I
::: I Mobile-::.. :::.. : .:'. 62 74 .l j
i 20c Figured Lawns and Dotted
i
other members for the best interestsof j Montgomery w wt

B. H. FAIRCHILD, i iUPJXO the schools of the county. THE HARTFORD AT New Sew York.Orleans.-s... on 72; 7e 54 I Swisses 15c t
Savannah.. .___ ,7" IItI
8t.: Louis._.... .... w M
TEn.En.1 I All democrats are extended invitation -- i
: an i Em- !
to be present at the meet- THE NAVY YARDThe 25c Figured Lawns and .

38 EAST ROMANA STREET. ing of the East End DemocraticClub 1 broidered Swisses 17c
Furniture a MARITIME. I I
and Refinishing
f/itk :
'crt the
== tonight at headquarters on
Speciattf.r East Governmentstreet. There will training ship Hartford entered -- 35c Figured Lawns, Dimities fl

b'e something very interesting in the this EXPOKTH. and Imported Ginghams 20c '
4OS. I line of port from Mobile yesterdayand For Jane to date...._ .. ..... .. .... $4:7.812 .
speech making. I
- -I I! I dropped anchor opposite the 48-inch Embroidered Silk Swiss .
A large canvass sign containing AKKIVEI

R. K. WHITE, | the name and wards represented by navy yard, where she will probably Brs' John Itrigbt.:: 1;':!. WyneM.TenenfT.'i i formerly 75c, this sale SOc i
I
I
to Peiibacola Lumber CocLEARED.
Manufacturing Jeweler''I the West End Democratic Club, attached remain until her departure from -- I\i - .....,- -........-- .

fittbmalrr( l to a star extending several Pensacola. i

and (Graduate; Optician, i't feet into the street, has been flung to Kr EC .Framfield additional cargo for R. HALLIDAY & CO
: The ship will be opened to visitors : Leith 75\" 111t awn timber value *>tst ,
I IIPIS the breeze from the club's head- Am sell lirlle l'Nedl.h'4. orwoo>d. bv I I
J Vlth ralalos M., Puarola. quarters on West Governmentstreet. today and all through her stay here Jno A Merritt Co for Boston, with 3I5.1'"" I
lit lumber ,
I I Telephone 193. < 33-35 Palafox St.
- will be an interesting point to spendan *
-,. -. ""' '\ ALEP. i '
afternoon, the ship being open to ,
( Span 66 Hantanderino.Kjurrolaoreenock
Filthy Temples in In.lia. the 5 each Via Newport News i IJNmN'Y lrMYMWNNJN '
public up to p. m. day. !
Hr 18.trniiitield Wright: Lflth ;
sacred often defile Indian
flOIES i cows The first news from Commander Nor ship King CVnrlc. Paulson. BurnOE I i
temples 1 but is
? worse yet a body Ayrrs I I
that's poluted by constipation. Reeder of an official nature to be received Am sell Bent 0'. 'iII. Norwood. Horton I II I If You Buy Them at the Boston t Shoe !Store. They are GoodIT'S !
;
Don't permit it. Cleanse your "'y.-: I
in the city was a telephone QUARANTINE. !
-"'- tern with Dr. King's New Life Pills
,' It bk Kerslgllerf, lull Feeko, Muona to''
and avoid untold mi"erThe! the
to police station thin
"H meeting; of the Pensacola message Inttrs. unwody A Co i iNor .
actlbowel
give lively livers: Ilk Bu..coll I :
Sunbeam W4
Andersen
iety tonight.j irood dige-tion. fine appetite. Only morning requesting that the two A vrt's to order I IKr NO USE TO HUNT '

2-j: cents at W. A. D'Alernberter' young deserters, X. C. Dozier and J. bhUrunielzier,I'XS: :). Emerson, Rio Janleroto i
,, i..lhtin out auew W (i KCJMTA
i Dunn
: drugstore 121! S. Palafox. -
| ,
,
Hanbkt Norm* :Alberuen. Pant to {
'.. tr v..t m the Pilot's building on I n_ ----- Brock arrested last week\ as dangerous Knurs, Jiunwixly A Co i .

.. .. Pal tfox street and will soon and suspicious characters, be i i, Am London sch Cm ne to Jno A Norton A Merritt tl... CoI Kabtman.New FOR BETTER SHOES ,;

DIXIE GUN CLUB Br ship Kings a'"il.i tatter Cape l' ,
' .dy .r business. held until a squad could be sent for i I, Town via Barbados County.order OR BETTER PRICES
to
Rus ship ocean, 14M, Mat Usen, KU Jan- '_
: '-il'iwiug' notice i is ported at them this afteruoon. The messagewas ;i elro tofcb Lto

Wt Lad Democratic Club SHOOT TO-MORROW complied witb. I -- THAN THE ." .'* ?" '
THE SHIPPING. I
' -id I''Barter"Meeting: tomorrow --- The Hartford has many associations -,

. -"it \W1ue-day: June 11. Politil..t" of an historic nature connectedwith I VESSELS IN PORT.STEAMSHIPS. .
.. '.:.llllg.A The Dixie nun Club will hold Boston Shoe StoreHAS
it and all these will be particularly -:
I their! weekly shoot tomorrow in- Kr A J H orkl'n, IKli, bennett: to Pea-
,anticipated at the i I cola Lumber
:ill' tnn interesting to Pensacoliansand
I stead of Thursday. Me?"rs. Jack i i hr flatten Hall, 137: *. Weppener to ]'..ftar.
!1.\\":, parts' at the residence of Mrs.! Southern people generally.The Dunvndy (loAm FOR MEN AND
! .. \:d"Iql."t''t Gregory street I Fanning and L. L. Lawrence, representing EvelynMills, to Gull TransitCo _

A d ,-ill.; J.me I.... Great prepara- the L. & K. Powder Co. and first itinerary: indicated that .' Br Hor0en,2110.Nortbtell. to order FOR WOMEN. !
I Hpan Ida. 1KC1 Arana to bultTrantlt Co
:
the would here three
. _f' !li<-1'..fMi iltade. Winchester Arms Co., will give an ship stay ; .Aust Jenny I.V">,Causolicu to Out Transit l I

weeks, but as now determined the I Co .....Full Value in Wear Style Comfort.... '
_
'- H.utit Y.,,blL-..u, sister of W.K j exhibition shoot. Mr. Fanning holds fir Middlebam Castle 1\<11. Lloyd, to GulfTransit
vessel will leave on June 19 for Co ... ; ,
.. _
Jiubiu-on. died at hr home at b the world's record, breaking 2:% blue I Am feniacola loss l. Leech: to Gall Tran -"- -"- '" r

, dock la-t ui0''it. The funeral: will !j rocks in succession. All members points south. I i sit CoBr Royal,:! \IOi. Williams to W I S: KeiterCo :

. it-- place a:5 o'clock tins afternoon I j BOSTON SHOE STORE i
should attend. The public is in- SHI%
,
the I'infht Fabric I j jI
.: Ut family residence. I I Ir Lizzie Burrell. in distressxAaaa
1 vited. made by human skill is coarse compared -
? '..If will be held by the young I I Nor Alexander Lawrence.:J.! Haaver-et.. VTHAX <;. nmCIIIDIIn: Proprietor. l
with the lining of the boweLs. i to W B: Keer: &Co I .
'! tit. Joseph's parish for the Of All Hot Weather Enemies Kus ..\Ibluo.aCI. Xnnll.toHK LroIt r
-I" of the church Wednt''d: y.J. I When this tender membrane is irri- f Columblnl.Mx. rnroili. to order [ Leaders of Low Prices. H7 South Palafox Street. ;.
of humanity cholera is the w.r't HUB Lima, I
fTiJlturkr
tated we have griping pains diarr-I to 1't-nfacola: Lumber j.
'I. Ufefreshments will be Treatment to be effective must be Co I ;
.. v ,a.St. Joseph's hall. r prompt. When vomiting purgingand h sweat announce thai the di-- be the came of the trouble take \ 11KIKS. :, t,:

duuual Sunday school picnic I It ease i is present, combat it with Perry Perry Davis': Painkiller according toI I It lueSoretleB..144.). Costa, to order /P// JV ,
S'soovER4./ : .
Davis', Painkiller. All bowel troubles +
.
-, church parish will take
the directions with each bottle.I I'niou. 72, Foster, Kuaton to masterOP I
cholera morbus I
like diarrhea, t
'. Tuesday the 17th at MagHai'T I Pain- Travelers in all climates carry Pain-
and dysentery are overcome by
Train leaves at 11 i killer" It i;; equally killer in their grip sacks. Large OLEAKKU SACOLA.AND SAILED FUR 'El\ 1, !,

i, m. and returns at C:45 ing in all climate health-promut-I bottles 2i and ;50:; cents. BTKAMSHIP8.Beatrice. 1 Z
H
i .
I Hr. 2I!I\I': Kd\\ard I'ecartn MavSHelsinthorg ; jail
To make room for new we will Ii".d. I'Ji I" nchreJll Rotterdam Y \ I 'I
-t annual I exercise," of the sell several of our second-hand showcases I CONFIRMATIONSERVICES May lit I Irsa '
Llan'annor, lr! :7ew, Crouton, at Ro ,)a- 5i5
;Normal Industrial Institute and counters nieroPortUKalete 5aszszs2 '1

. -Idiit Clutter's hall tonight I I Johnson& rou.- cheap.'m'l TO-NIGHT I May ::i I lr. Smi! ,Jenkins. Mt Hamburg ........ .... -....... ,I, >'-

I Sllrenlale.' lir, I'll, Pall, Hd Shields JunelXnzplrak
dock. Au operetta"Cini'iuwerlaud"and MEAT & MALT has a marvelous I Bat, Span, std Bilbao .Manli One Case Sheer Figured Lawn, lo Yards forj25c.
', otheri 1
..-.. ,. n.' will be ollered.K j: dietetic value. While refreshingand I -- Kus. 811111.Kndymion. I IJvi sld. East London lOne Case Sheer Figured Lawns Actual Value 8 i-3c s ;

pleasant! to take, it helps assimilation i Confirmation services will be held larch I If
rli'-chman, supervisor of HAhkS Monday Selling 10 Yards for 50C. i J
of food. Hold byDANNHEISriER to-night at Temple Beth-El beginning Antonio [;nl.7.U: ,Kid Palma May 1:,
\' ..." Auxiliary,: Lodge No. 10, I i Cogoati.itM2,m Marseille: Inn 11
'. BROS. I II at7 o'clock in commemoration : Hugo. :-'or.'Iat Table Hay March 7
o. l' :i''dofcallingaepecial IlIn'O Mount It. Hid Leith Jan 12 1$-SEMIANNUALMILLINERY i
:'... Id at Temple lieth- I I II I of the Pentecostal Feast.! The services Virginia!: It, bid I Malaga, April< 1 -<

> .: 1 I.1\ ':".'':,,!i.jr at 9:30: o'clock. I Thos. C. Watson & Co., '' will be conducted by Rabbi "'h..It'UI1 Go Into a Uriitf More

'i = :nb)!).-!- art urged to be l'ret'nt'l the leading Real Estate Agents take to get a bottle of Painkiller,examineit SALE 11
a'l the worry off the shoulders of the Isaac Wagenheim, and the public 1: carefully to see if it is made by.! p

i i' fft.enj.: "t t Hon. Elijah Ward owners of property, manage the generally is extended a cordial Perry Davis, and don't be persuadedto
.. '....-.. his I renting of their houses and the collection take be-
!n.! : i tie candidacy !something "just afe good"
invitation to be and witness MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY.
of their rents as conscientiously present
caue it is a few cents cheaper. : ,
: "--' :'i 1"1.! :as member: of the themselvetl.1) ,
.. ...i' ,, as they would the interesting ceremonies.The There i N only one Painkiller, "Perry It
i'J '' :.1-"instruction from di.bject ;
reasonable.
;i' f Their charges are very "
.. Davis'. Large; bottle 25 and 5<>c.
', ."" to the action of ,l eJected choir will render IN ACCORDANCE WITH ESTABLISHED CUSTOM WE PLACE

. !-'.. -jiic primaries July 1.. Ice cream freezers that specially prepared music appropriate Save iloney by buying I ON HALE FOR THREE DAYS .; i.
'1 I II Iveral \ :
W t 1 been: a member of the to the occa'1ion. furniture
..- terms a.id 1 h a s freeze quick, at the Willis I your Our Entire Stock of Millinery, Not a Hat, Shape or Flower :!
I The graduates of the Sunday at Marston $ Quina'sGreat
, 'A' %ed in harmony with the Hardware Co.'s.JNUNNALLY'S. i I I ty f) Reserved. { iiTHIS
school who will receive the confirmation Furniture Empo-
i'
.. .. .. ... .. .. .. ......... I ritPare Misses,; Regina rf u m. sale without exception i i- the embodiment of the jrreate-t value
.. .. .. .. ... Aa.
'.. .. .. .. ... .................................. r j Daiinheisser, Gertrude Friedman in the hi-tory of our firm. A strong ux, rtiou, but fully borne : t
out. A visit will convince that we never make -tafeinent that ii :

'; Faunie Berlin Sarah Heinberg}' J 1 iii Y not lived up to. Coin early and iret the pick. I '
i
Heinberg and Esther Jiveuheim, ,' CLL I
0
la;:) Children's and Mi -eLf and Masters Benuie Heinberg and
and 'hip Straw, beautifully trimmfd. Lot No. I. formerly sold for 15c,

Solomon Levy. v made in our own' work <: now DC.
-- ---- Vlt\. -l I
,
formerly sold for 20c,
anti worth twice! the price we a"k'i
lut'.
now
For County: Treasurer. i they IW at ,I I. !I$',. U.ij; #2. # Lot No, 3, formerly sold for 'Me\
t
i The friend of Frank E. Brawner iI 2.:
I now c.
HIGH I GRADECANDIES hereby announce him as a cindiJate I I I t tA
beautiful Chiffon Creation in
for County Treasurer of Escambia,; I
County subject to the action of the ,, canary and, black and pink, An exceptionally pretty Turban of

democratic primaries July 15, and merly fu. . .... . ...now foro'' gray trimmed with gray taileta. J
ak for him the support; of the voters. I I white: applique and pampomo,

I II II I| 1 Formerly $:-'lU>.. .. .. ..now 11 1.1); ]
For Member Board Public Instruction.The II I i A Charming Walking Hat, Manila 'I

i friends of Hon. Elijah Ward Braided Straw black and white '
A Beautiful Black
: Sheerer I Chiffon
his name aa candidate I ,
announce silk, Chiffon draped.
I sheered silk bands, black
for re-election a* member of the Formerly $ Instruction from
Public
.t Are Always Fresh and Excel All Others. :I It district Roird "f No. 3 of Escambia county, Ironing Dayhas Formerly f:.. .. . .. .now n

: subject to the action of the democratic IA' "Pane Vimt and Bertt.e" Imported -

: primaries July 15. Hat of linen braid blue chiffon, A "Madam Hirtz
.
-- no terror to those,; whose kitchenis Boyer" imported ,
black velvet ribbon and linen
: up pattern Hat
I a charming creation '
r. C.A.&TOn.z.A.: equipped with a Gas Range. No j plique bought to fell at $15! now of violet and Nilegreen,with linen '

...FOR SALE BY... Boca the ha Ntd You Hae d'nafa 3O I ISgWue heating up of a whole house on a *5. Must be teen to be appre- :tl'pliql1rrrown., bought to ;ell for
j eiated. ?18:<, now $5
;
-tfk
+ hot day.: Heat is only applied where I t.

SOL CAHN & CO. 01 --- --.----- --- needed. As a matter of domestic i: For the Many That we Can Not Enumerate: Here See Our j

THE PENSACOLA CONCERT economy a Gas Range will soon pay i I 1

BAND WILL GIVE A DANCE AT for itself in saving fuel, when com- I ?* Show Window. *'* ,. ,

5 STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS MAGNOLIA BLUFF TUESDAY pared with an old style coal or wood I I I _, ._.,___.... ..__. ___ _.. '" -- -.-
-
NIGHT. TICKETS AND TRAINS fire and you cannot over estimatethe

Intendencia Streets. SAME AS FOR THURSDAY: comfort and convenience of this W. J. & B. FORBES.
and
Corner Palafox i NIGHT CONCERT cleanly fuel in warm weather. t1 j jI


? Telephone 178. ." .* Pensacola, Fla. I( isthe latest Pensacola Gas Co. I ;

I La Nona tee L. Bear & Co'advertisement ,, I Cleaning ladies skirts and waist I will repair your watches and !
l in : !1s! one of OT specialties, Star Laun.11ry. Jewelry in flm-claa style J. I ,

t&awxisexa another column. I I No. 3 S. Palifox St., Pensicota, Fit i I Stephens. ;:j ,!


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FLORIDA :TUESDAY JUNE 10, 1902
THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, ,



CURIOSITY UNSATISFIED. PARDON GIVEN LYNCHER8. I- DOCTORS IN 1899
THE GRANDEST 511| | |

PliappolntmeDt of a Woman I. Three of Them R.o.iva Freedom at'

Iii Quest of Information. Hands of Governor Jdlk

It was in the register of wills' office. Montgomery Ala.. June 9.-Governor PRESCRIBE IS THEIR TREATMENT
The Most Satisfactory and Safest Med-
will of Mrs. Henry
"I want to see the Jelks has pardoned Geor How. OF PATIENTS,

Jones," said the woman who bad I ard Martin Fuller and John Str 1Irtn,
Can
in. icine Sick Woman Take.
jut come any three of the four white men convicted
yes, madam. When did she die?' ,' in Elmore county of lynching the LITHIA WATER ALONE.

x politely asked the clerk. sentenced to
White and
Robin ,
"Oh, she Isn't dead" answered the Thus Does Prominent N.Y. Woman negro I
woman In a matter of fact tone, "hut a Brooklyn, Speakof 10 years in the penrtentlary. The doctors are cot the only ones, however, who are usii.g; LITHlA

E Pinkham's The negro and John Thomas had *n I WATER. Thousands of happy people\ today are drinkin? *
t 1 hear she has made her will and J Lydia Vegetable Compound. I xciu
I $1 should like to we It, if you please." altercation in which no harm was HARRIS LITHIA WATER. It has cured thou ands and it will (\:

"But the will Is not here if she is not done. The theory of the people in You. It is specifically applied to Bladder, Kidney, Liver and SLut .
When a woman of the prominence and social: standing of Mrs. Atherton Eltmore i is that Thomas ml repreaent. :
clerk.
r 1 dead said the surprised
Disorders.
whose portrait we are herewith permitted to reproduce, voluntarily furnishes and by
ed the affair to hint neighbors
{ "Why, isn't this the place whore wilU ua with, a letter of such unqualified endorsement as the following, we feel

are kept for public inspection that we not only owe her a debt of gratitude, but all women who are ill that means raised the mob that did Pamphlets and Prices FREE.

"Yes, madam, but not until after the should feel under deep obligations to her, for she tells them in unmistakable the lynching. I

testator Is
.t 'Oh.:" said the woman as she turned testimony should be accepted by all women as convincing evidence four thousand names on them Baking Harris Lithia Carbonated Water for the Table.!

: away with a disappointed! eipresslonthen that Lydia I .l'inkham's Vegetable Compound stands without a peeras the pardon of three of the men, and
a remedy for all the distressing ills of women ; all ovarian troubles ; inflammations -
I can't Cud out whom she left many delegations have ,besieged the
zl her diamonds to after all. How annoy. ; ulceration falling and displacements of the womb ; backache ; capital. I Harris Lithia Ginger Ale for the Taste.
irregular suppressed or painful menstruation. Surely: the volume and character I
Ingf! -Philadelphia! Times. of the testimonial letters we are daily printing the newspapers can John Thomas the principal in the !

4; I leave no room for doubt. Truly is it said that it is Lydia K. Pinkham's I mob, was convicted and appealed to HAKKI LITHIA MMtlXGM (.'0.,
ita1 ; She Hud " p&1 There is an institution in Duluth that I
l Harris ,
I case last week. r-LJ' -
I employs about fifty people 11.1 among
tC I ICitLl'rs There is no application for Thomas'pardon
Is a g-nlaI. jolly, good fellow CALL ON OR TELEPHONE
3i ..4 + rpi'torn.1 and the people of the county
who Ions n?o lost faith In hair
- I M. W. MARSHALL. P-t.--
t lay the blame on him. The three men !
I 9 tuna and is the jxissemor of a waist ;I p/fr '
t pardoned had been in prison a >ear. -
P-- measurement of many ludlei'u : -
Y r The case is famous as the only instance !
= An east end lady dropped into the

n store her a pretty day or little two four-year-old ag'". nccnmpnnitdliy daugh: i has gro been:in Alabama convicted where of lynching a white a man ut : Tny Y TH N NEW VI'ANT N? COLUMN !



+ ter.The I MK! man was somewhat attentive

r#' to the child ami when the lady had ; M THREATENED, RIOT AVERTED.

f' finished the business she had come tot ,4 ) I

1.., transact tin- little! girl Mid in a clear Decisive Action of Whites Prevented THE NEW GROCERY STORE.MILL .

voice as they left the otice: Negro Uprising; In Mississippi. I

R ""'Lo is the man bigger round '311 j -:- Mrntt.s..hne::: 1*.-A sio tial trora i---------: ======-:-:==-==:=-0

If, 1e our rain barrel, with the :f fuful bhinyhtad :i ll'rlt1an.i's"\ : sags: Telephone! n, ,i

t : ?"Duluth News-Tribune. I H t + ,; poit.s fr, M Marion: and points in tho! MOVER

; 1 r I II I no: ih ot I aui.eidale: county bring: nl'i i i
,, \\'here Papa ('ante In. I
that the CM'item.'nt of Saturday nuat;
"Whom do you love behtT' asked a Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stockof
has lomcwr-at "ul>3idpd. Greene John! '
: '1 visitor of my sister Lillian, three and a
I
half jiarso'd, ion and Sate Moore, the negroes arrested I II Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.

"Mamma." said! the little "God I, Saturday afternoon as leader ,
one. I
nest and then my sisters and broth- : in the movement to murder the: whites, No 30 W. Covernment St., Salisbury Block.

were released! today owing to a failure
; ors. I I Pii TELEPHONE:27.
:s. 1 Noticing: tint she said nothing about I to identify them as rioters and writers

I of the letters : rend p ,
her father, the \i.itor sail apjyointing zvouij -- -

1 "Wliy. Lillian!! I IllIU surprised you! 1 for the n" roca who had been armed. I

It1 Where dots jour papa come in?" Every white man over a territory of ICE AND WOOD.

t Lillian raiMil! her largoeyes! and lunocrntly 10 nulfs was armed Saturday night

M iin ui-riMl.: ..- i, and slept! with a gun beside him in
: WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA ROER TRADE
r t7 F "Papa? U'hy. papa comes in through '..#- :1 anticipation of trouble.! The decisiej I

{ 't +- the door."-Little! Chronicle. I .t j action of the whites in visiting neero I THIS :SUMMER THAN EVE PEFCRE

.Sts ,' and telling tho>!U that the! first move

I'nnoual."P.ct I "\ i on their p.ut to carry out their plans : SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW.
I ,
-44 ,
; I certainly! know said the cnllrr. l
:i 'AOiiid: result inl1..ir wholesale
slau-jh
:i "what kind t>t a hat is most 1I1'ctlll1.1 ", .t ; :;7 I 1
) Olsen & Ca.
< litflievtd have Thompson
'or s to had
a quietIng :
I I > ;
Ii tug to me. :;'I :._ -: ,
f'iri' "1 l.f' l Jo'J\ to differ" persisted Mr. t Seet.
'S
illlS.= rL01EXC'ETIlEITOX: I .
t i'ergti ulI. I I Manresa Street, Telephone 147.i .
II
I i
Vice-Prcsidont( Nwu-tt1 FMriiao: ile llienfaisaucp, I r x>klyu, X. V. I MURDER IN BROOKLYN SALOON.
: This I is where Mrs. IVr:;nson saw fit I
r a' to put in a word. I "DKVU I'ISlII.iM-Ftrrth(' 1 lioncfitof snflVrins women I wantto I I II i - ___m_ -. -

@ "It I U a nrjsirkal.le condescension on I testify to t'.ie: fit tnt! I h! \i- ix-rsMiial exjx'iii'inr and by friends When Taurted as: to Courage, Parker ESTABLISHED: t 863,

t hIs! part" slip said to the visitor, "that !i A\h>) hivo l'eoncureil. l.y tlInn\ ;: Ljilia I:. 1'inkliani'- >;;etaU ('oinl1)11111l I Kills; ; Crane. ,I -

,1 Le l'.';:s )bate. to differ \\lien he ihf- \ ciiw to tlu "n"ln"illthat! : it M the :itlt'st, llurainU.st and the i N'."* York Jur.L" U.-For telling NoabPar'st

a1 t firs with III 1'. as Le generally docs, ho mi>>t sitisf.ict-iiy: ; medicine any M< k wnnum ran take. Life was a bur- r, 1'2 years old! that he Iaeki.iLe McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,

t i peter asks I.'a\, '."Chu-a;.:,) Tribune. dt-n to mo the yeais an, I felt so inUeraMowith} female trnuMcs} and I. : courage: to hot a fly, James o -DIALBBgIK- 0

ittvjjul.ir mPII..trutti"ll: ; to-day it is all diliert'nt, for I am lledl'ttly1'11.. I ''rar.>, aged :it. has bnen hot an,i ij ,

Cou.er.ntlun. IW.riis of my Ulv fri-nds j'tin j me in .sinuin'4: : your praise. Yours, killed in a Brooklyn! saloon. The bill Ship Chandlery and General aapdwar-e.

1 A McrlJ! !'s :> ra-in wlllj eM"ts a woman i, I'LOULNCI: ATHUUDN, 47 lluyt :>t., litXNjklyn: Y." j i I ;1ft entered the man's heart, killing

: to do all the talkie;. A lore is a j "A Boston Woman's Experience." I i him intitant'y.' 80S AND 60S A.' PAUAKOX 8TIIEKT.:

!4l r man who exports her to do all the Kb t DK\R Mrs. PINKUt'fI: cannot praise Lydia 1]. IMnkliam's Vegetable } ;i When he saw his victim fall Parker ; A.GENOY.- -

!1 teuiug. Iill'lr.nitll' | CoinjxMiiKl,h. I was a sick woman when 1 commenced to takeit. bAarnn excited: and fired four oth REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S FONH CO 'S
I 3 nWIOllt of a hundred j jare tniuhlevas female disease, an,11 bad in back and bides. The
My pain
my i <>r shots at the other persons in the : GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUHriEL & SON'S P1'MPd,
I either stupids or bores, but the :, doctor said w.is going into consumption ; I had len married eight :years, but saloon None of the bullets took effecthowetit
1'1 hundredth man says just enough to j jnijrpett had no children I had some i>f the best doctors in the city, but none seemedto : Cum 6riiji Ptliti, Bill Iiatieil IntrinigU> Chris, iickirs fkilnCOMPSSES. :
Parker
; r then hurried to his
un murruptioii, and lie Is accounted : l'urtme, so I decided: to take jour medicine, and it has made me a new i ,
a charming conversationalist.Puvk. wuiuan. and I now pace a lovely little baby l>oy. I would advise all sick and home and later surrendered to the police LOG!!. ETO.

.I : I weak women t<) take Lydia E. 1'inkhain's Vegetable CuiupountL" c McKenzie Oertiag Collecting Aeat for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Asao
-
.
-- I Ij I j Mat Au-aoxsE: CnnivK, li Kockinghara 1'lace, Roxbury District, lk bton, Mass. .I Parker who is a nero, came from I, ciation.

; Leads Them All ;j H.'nH'mtl4'r"t'n' woman i. cordially invited to write to Mrs.riiikliatu Kentucky An argument over horsa

it' there is all tlli,,:: about her sjmptcuns !she does not | rating brouht about the banter tc
"One Minute Cough Cure boats all
] under tan 1. Her address i>, 1. 'l\n, slits, her auh ice is free and i shoot whit h caused Crane's death.
<>th! r medicine I ever tried for : The Star
cheerfully siren to every ailing \\oiiinn who asks for it. Laundry
< ii-jh*, cold. croup and throat and I 1 1i ,

troublesays I). :Scott C'nrrin K K W,t K11.-We bavo: il.'j>. te.l with tUe N at tonal City Bank of Lynn $3000 I I Her Wonderful Self I'.e.lralnt.
I which w.lIl.e put to any prrsttn n b..can: find that the above teatimonialletleraare I "I tell you self restraint is a good
3 1 Loganton Pa Ous Minute Cough $5000 not geauuie or were tiublubuJ before obtauuui the writer's tpeelal i per. I Biggest Busiest Best Ii I
miMioa. Lydia t:. I'inkham Medicine Co.. Lynn, Magi. thin;. ,
I Cure i i.* the only :i'FiIu'Iy safe ', "Yes. But what made you think! of
!
t cough remedy which act itilUl..di- "
It?
r ately. Mothers everywhere t""tify' .
Y to the good it hi* done tli.ir little FRUITS AND FLOWERS i iI Origin of Dlln"ruj I I "That pretty Miss Jackson. She was '

'r one*. i.* .11 MnlJen in its attach I introduced to a young man from Joliet '
'roup
I'ITIUJ: : the reign of Henry VIII. there ; '
\\ Gather
r that thf doctor often arrive* Asa rule grafting improves tbe stock !t r il i:1: Lincoln, Ihiglaud, a famous {1 the other day and didn't ask him how e Up Thins) !
too late.: It yield* at one. to One' he pot out. Now he's fallen heir to a i
Dwarf apples are ornamental rather : '!-----'r: n-iiucd Joe 1>un. JoiopliH
Minute tYiuh Cure. l'l' asaut, to and that she practically -
fortune they
I take. Children: like it. Sur: curs than profitable. i 1tti eku! 'r in the management of his'i i iulf'.s has him lJ.DJeJ-Chica. Bay liceordIlerald. 1vqta I !I From all parts of tl.e cit,:

for grip, bronchitis cough; JLtnrN'j. The quince! grows so readily from I : and ,,'> dextrous in annoying jtlu j Our will ,
; tJ Pharmacy, John Hiepiurd! tSidueK \" i ik' cutting of about .\ foot in length that ,,e uho refused the pajnunt of ana i delivery men ca \ i

. \ I ,\hn. i iIfj there is really!! no reed to graft it. I <-'.vunt w ith which he had been inI I TEN YEARS IN BED. a t '. where, at any time that su,t- :'
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:rste that "to set Dun on him" or'
"' .. The value of cnod St'lis seen when i R. A. Gray, J. P., Oakville, Ind., .
The \ Mnvrnlinr. Write '
"J1 : i,i "U Dun h.iu" l'l- :Jml' common advice or telephone Us and Wt'
the harvest is satLered. This is true in i writes "For ten I ''
: years was confined
t "I tell )'1111, sir, sad: the sad ojedpnwenjrrr 10 the of a bad debt.! To thisi'ersouagi' '
l the will in the fitlJ. II owner to bed with di=eae of the deavor
garden my to
as; as !serve you better tl! .I: i
t 4i with th*' bargain counter tie, few'
we owe what to not a 'It
i kidneys wa so severe that I
a ," i:11.t: "all WlII'1nn' born ganibleis"j I !If the garden: is l.iid out in an oblong I p..<.pc! !is the host tli.ilrcl'abl'ord i could not move part of the time. I I 1 other Laundry can.
shape, all! the betttr as iu this form It t
"i "That's obsir\c the jewelry
t: 1i;t nirLt.; |I If tu the! language.. consulted the very best medical ,
, : drnniiner. "I know of several who will be made cons I'nit'nt to cultivate 'kill available but could stet no relief

i played hearts to catch: dial ondn.a- I i with n horse. Tlif Old Man'. Uo.... ; Foley's Kiiney Cure was ALL WORK C. 0. D. QcsiS d CilM far EEi Mmt] Fief

. JI ;. Chicago! Netl a.v !:[ Bark burning! of cherry trees is generally '.>!> father is real rude to the young recommended to me. It ha* been a

. l1 i' s'' :!, confined to trees with long bore Pit nvlin call on Lie," confided Miss"' God-end to me." W. A. D'Alem TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
I 1' berte 121 South Palafox.
" (Irannlnit. trunks. The remedy Is to grow a low Kwd.ck to Miss Tenspot. "I don't sup : ,

' UJ, i{ I. "How rll'tn11,1: fresh the lnndscap: ,, spreading head !I' 'l' your paja tries to drive youn : fyny-ltauam--- Keiirvm Right- Away WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager.
: said Mis Ililand herr !
looks : to
j11" tiKlux. "
i I The best location for the peach is on men away tad mikes a e,ecU;end ot.c0u..h4 and, coils I
1 bll!bnthl. ., the hills ami the least favorable in the I I ")Iy p'j'-i Isn't rule, but he's real - -

r ,J j "1 read something in the pair: about \allcys.! It is n good: plan to( plant a 'l nhl II to t the )(lUll'? inert" confessed GUAM FXCLILS10NToMobileKaturdaynight: Medical Society, Attention.
9 I\ detei-tives scouring: the country" eip'ained : Mi*< "11, borrows of '
few trees every jear.Tears Ter.s.ot; money There will be a regular meeting '
KIDNEY DISEASES I
Mr. Ililand.-Pittsburg Chroni ,
i- tl eu. -I>etroit I'r -" Press.
'U grafted the
i cleTelegraph.Another: may on your apple Peasacola Medical Society/ a;
;, ,
u trees to good advantage, but the the Board of Health office at t

fruit will! not have the same taste as .\ \\Rnirtl Compllmrnl. I I II o'clock p.m Tuesday. June In" a: a -'
'fl.Ji'\.iI: "\ Ah.orpllor."Miss that from the parent tree. I I.y-Y!! don't mean to say you tn thI most Uul of all t dbtl Visiting physicians are cordial.
: P.irdie! said the tlntn.I : -
young '
I have broken with Fred Why I heard .&: Invited to attend.
I r ..* }nf (-(I'r, edfini a little! nearer "1 believe i I'-.ia say only ji'sU-rt'ay' there wasn't DR. E F. RRI ,'e

i t jI.. you and I wluhlJJak(' a strong combination WAS WASTING AWAY. I Pre l:1e: ;.
ai-other: girl in the world like you.linleTIJlt's (IDIET CURE ,II If -
,.1. if we were to-to merge! as it The following letter from RobertR.1Vatt.of it June 14, FOLEY"'C DR. W. C. DEWBERY,
just : much as to
leavinz the union
: depot at 10:30 p. i IIIlIlt.M 111II I s25ttf
6.1il 11 "Wt. .. Secretary.
.le11ro. instructive )
: 1 is -
fire: I'm a freak. I'll never speak to m. Returning; train will leave Mobile II __
\ I And they subsequently wl.'rgChl : "I have been troubled with I
I'V't Lim aia.-I5oston Transcript i at 12 o'clock Sunday night,
Tribune. i kidney disease for the lat: five June 15.; Fare for the round Of refunded. GxittlzureoudlM Marston $ Quina earn
.11. .... 1 I Ion tlp hnd feltI trip, money
.....IItJ"e3&0 I' -- years. never S1.50 from Cantonment
the
!) I well and doctored with leading phy- Ready to Yield. : ; and Centurysame ttcoftdztd bv cml- largest line of matting,
1 what Inn '. ...1.'k as Pell*acola. For further in-
il'iaUi and tried all reined sugwithout "I used DeWitt's Witch Hazel | rugs window shades etc.
,
"You ought to have a change of nrmation! -apply to DInt physlcUna u the but (foi ,
I g'p..tpd relief. Finally I talve for piles and found it a certain : ROUT. KIN: or in the We
said the 'la city. lay our
lJ li scene IlhJsi< n. j tried Foley' Kidney Cure and .Ie..* : PETER KJwy and Bladder troublu. i
', : "But, uiy dear sir," protested the cure. !says 8. R. Meredith, Willow THOMAS,
pa- than two bottles completely cured I matting free.ADMINISTRATOR'S.
Grove Del, Ito i Excursion hnagersSHERIFF'S n1CI Asa iii "M)
,JlH1 !l. tient. "I am a traveling man by prufesslon. | me and I am now sound and well." Operations unnecessary _
1 cure pile;. They always yield to I Ij W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.
I I 11V. A. D'Alemberte, 121 8.: Pabf x. NOTICE.
j D Wms Witch Hazel Salve Cures I Ii SALE.
,
:"II' "Well, that's the point Stay home -- : Estate of L. M. Kimberly deceased,
It I I Know One ?nre Remedy i skin diseases; all kinds of wounds. ;. By virtue of an execution Issued out of '
while and see besides Notice M hereby given tbat on tile : "
something hotel! the
r; counterfeits. Justice of the court of distrlctNo. '
peace
tar ns obetastc cu:L 1;,mate io A t-Bas ( Accept no Harris'j i of Kscambia day of Jnly, A. l>.l'*>:>, I will apply to t -
laa aoli rooms rjid depots.-Washington Star. I j Pharmacy John Sheppard, Sidney therein R. R. Pitt county.Mill Company state of are Honda plaintiffs I I I = Honorable Probate Judge of Kscarcb! *

.{lMrt : WARNING. II I Foley's Honey ana Tar i Kahn ': tbe hUhest and opon( usRissis and bidder will forcashinfroat sell defendant at public 1 outcry have ,levied to- t: in 1 1LW county administration riorida.f of oa aid(WILLIAM estate.discharge!.'I from Hllt.i "-

; I If you have kidney or bladder cures colds, prevents_ _pneumonia.j Water coolers that do not county court house door la the city of of Pen-tbe Ja.7oam'm Administrator i,
j gyp,. trouble and do not use Foley's Kidney I tacolaat lio'clocknoon on Monday
July
t.t.'I't 'v Cure, yon will have only yourself j Do y;u want a magnificent watch waste ice, at the Willis ; ;tb,!."-.', the following described real estate ::3 F; :

:1 to blame for results, a- it positively for little money? If so, call on Hardware Co.'s. 1 II lying state of and Florida being in to-wlt tbe county: Ten of(10)Eacambia acres in, LODGE DIRECTORY

4 cures all form of kidney and j' Stephens, the jeweler. He will ac- I I II northeast corner of a forty (40)) acre tract In .LWe '
IL\RPIR
;1 bladder diseases. W. A. D'Alem commodate you. : Noreza Grant Towntbip one (p south, I
, Palafox. -- ------- I Everybody has a right to a little Range thlrtyt1)westsa.dforty (W) acres -
'iI' berte, 121 S. i 'llIHnnUy. : piece of this earth. But they must deeded by J. U.Roberts to A. H. Wilson; KENTUCKY KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
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i recorded in book (U) pages (213) (!1I) and
The finest line of umbrellas in the I I The undersigned takes this methodi t fl'htforit. They must watch their : ((215); deed records of Escambla county state I Penaacola Lodge .
I1
W6 WHISKEY 8, K. of .
of Florida, ,
chance to get it, and get it. and deed by said A H. Wilson
P 'fsm: city is at J. I. Stephens' Oo look )f otlenn her services!! as a j and wife to Gus kiss, recorded In book (lit, i iI .ainj .
meets
, ': at them. first-class licensed midwife, hav1 Thos. C. Watson & Co. pace ((5Ui. May :b. Ifa; togetherwlththe at9 every:;i at Monday Cattle ir Ball
. 1jl 1 ling had 35 year* experience. I have some particularly flue bargains;:; improvement and tbereon and tbe heredita I. ";t. I II h In the Elonnt WatMl
menU
thereunto
appurtenances be. 'i \
Seasonable household Can give best of references from to ot! r just now, and they invite longing or in any wise appertaining.! I I .I Bonding, third door.
i leading physicians of this city yon to come and investigate same. GEORGE E. SMITH.sheriff.. l1 ....,. Visiting brethren cordial
and kitchen utensils at the I I I welcomed.
,1 ;;1t MRS. M. OIDDEXS You will ,
t : I never regret baring doneso. CA3fPBJrLL
!
reDaacoa,June :J,la': II p
:, t\. Willis Hardware Co.'s. I jltf 114 South DeVilhew St. 1 jSoawiw I i I Soli. lii DaiiieiBcr Bros. H. HOK8LIB.K. R. tt 8.y C.O.
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THE.DA1LY NEW: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDArUESDAYJUNE1O,1O2
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WOMAN
INSURANCEThe KILLED BY LIGHTNING. I
'TI'

: I I Same Stroke Also Inflict Fatal In. II >' I'

The man *ho insure hU life Ube jury on Her Daughter. | 1 J 'j. .

for his family.The Llthonla, Ga., June 9.-Saturday a I ;. 'i'.'

man who insures his healthis heavy rain fell here, accompanied by I ..-M_

ise both for his family and lightning and thunder.At I 1'1't

himself. Collinsvllle, a suburb, the family ,I '! .

of G. W. Guinn, a prosperous farmer, I. ,.

'ou may insure health by guard were just finishing Sinner when Mr(. .. ... j .;

ing it. It U worth guarding.At Guinn stepped to the back veranda for 'Ia I for Infants and Children. !

the first attack: of disease drink of water. A stroke of light 1 f

which I generally approaches ning killed her hstantly.leavlng not a Catoria i< a hai-nilr fooub..ti.tute for Ca"tor Oil, Taro- I
;,; >rit-, Drops and Soothhig Syrups. It is IMoavint. It : ,
the LIVER and manifests mark upon her
I
through person.
ccitainneither Opium, jloriliino nor other Narcotic ;
itself in innumerable ways A 16-year-old daughter, who was viti-tancp. It tl('-trI '* Worms and allays Fe\erilino I 1 ...
TAKE standing near the open door was felled It ('Utt." Diarrhu-a audViud Colie. It relieves Teeth- .

by the same stroke and is thoughtto ill:: Troubles and cures Constipation. It rejjnlates the I ..

be dying. St.niiiicl and Uo\vel, K>vins; healthy: and natural lct1I i
: ChUdrcn's 1'aiiaoca The 31other's Tricud. : ;
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Mrs. Guinn >
I / was a most estimable

r l'vtt's sPills : ; I Beautiful Thoughts of woman the Baptist, for years church an at acUTe this place.!member Sho Th Kind You Have Always Bough- ; *j


I The sweet, pure breath of the babe is5t'gget.tive i iI 1 was the mother of quite a large family I Bears the Signature of <

cf Innocence and health. | among whom are the Guinn brothers ,
And save your health. I -
A mother's eurniuj for children is inseparable i *
- I from a love of the beautiful and two successful young merchants ts
it behoo\ts to the of this town. I .1
every woman bring .,
MITICAL sweetest and bes.t influence to bear on I G. W. Guinn, the husband. Is a'' ;
the subject of her imtcrnity. prominent farmer of sterling character I

|, To relieve pain and make easy that whose hosts; of friends deeply sympathize I # ;

A XOUNCEMENTS I period when life is born again, with him in his terrible affliction. -I In Use For Over 30 Years. '.(

Mother's Friendis ,_ ... .. ... .rw cw'I 1
r u..nUR r" n .u. g.tty .0.
______________ I .
used ,....., .
popularly It is a liniment easily I I -
For State Senator. administered ar.d for external use only. WITH AX HE BRAINS WIFE. -- -- I ,

f' '.a.f Hon.V.. A. Mount I'rt',: iaiUvoineiishoiiMt'-ythisrrraedy, i I PEXSACOLA REMOVAL NOTICE. !

.j; uuce him a* a candidate it In-nisj 1Ut1cni..Ily a friend to her during I' Blade Imbedded In Her Head by Half. I .
-' '. .! .it..:' from tli01.! the 6ecI nature's tt-rmcf!'u'pl'noeanl anticipation 'j
..! .: I District and respectupport I nut her's Friend, if used throughout I witted Husband. : CONSERVATORY[ OF f MUSIC Dr. Q. H. Tuttle, ; J
Valley View Ky., June 9.-JchnLaffoon
'. of all ,
.fUn .
.' : ; pttnodt gestationsill the breasts, therelpreenti1g >
the coming primary.For cracked tn-l sore nipples. All II, : a half-witted man killed his'I'I'i E. 0L CHAFFERS Fireclor, Dr. J. G. Heard ,; j
: muscles .lrc.ninj( w.Ui the burden wijrcl ) i wife at his home yesterday afternoon. '

Representative. .U-rm-ie stppie and elastic from itsC'I1tiaU1 i I r Laffoon and his wife and small! son I DENTISTS. )

.i- 'It :-'cottM.I4otintake app] ] li H.ltlon. !I'! had just eaten dinner, when Laffoon Piai->, V'.ice Culture. Violin. '
PipeOrgac.CornetMandolinGuitar
: .innouuciu;; him a* a All filn.in tl.tf alKlominal region Trill] I secured an ax and brained his wife. Kix'iim 7 and II. >I.i-,)nic Trniple. ..,
,
.r preenfitive in the resi'itl n...lih' to tl.e ixpandinvj cover The blade found Cello All tiraDrhcH of Surgical, nperntive and I IM
was Imbedded in the etc.
:'juj cdinbia: county j jir coKtunitjj: the! eml iro if 11I1ther'.sf-rienl! ....haoIl' Ucutiotry perturmed with technical -
? the -upport of all I is a;>pii.d: < \tl' ny;! (!Junnjj prc' nancy. woman's Tiead. Al-o Director Penacol.i Concert skill. I
Of all rill.,:le di .. 'Ut- < .... ttl"e After he had committed the
: coming primary. : : i ptr ln> deed he I Baud: and Elite Orchestra. prriaI Bttcclion given: to Children's ;,
Write'ir fnc." k i.n notherhooJ." closed the doors of the room locked Tt''lh.'old ftlllll.ore..uu Killings, Crown "

-For Renresentative ) i THE BRADFIELO: RZCULATOR! CO., ATLANTA CATkr ,I them and told a neighbor: what be had : Brass a'd String Musi: Furnished : and Bridge \Vurk. ,
Ret :. tt'rlalI'OUlfJ..tontt.lull'nlt'nt.:
dof Henry C. Clupton i done. Whet asked:: why he did It Laf- I IU!! Occasion ; i .!
.'.1 aa candidate for foon his TcIejIiirne <>7H.
; replied that wife tad maJe
lirrmlt Crab. Adlrr* : cambia Hotel. ___
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L" l:1ture
he i
I. .V' in : Gently crack the shell of the whtlk. him mad.

1i.1. county and rpquost the for joa will find It aluio lnipo>!-il>le to 1 Laffoon made his escape and a posse Stadio: Parlors of Fit Baptist
'
f all dmcr.tt4 in
,,'ratie Drill1ar) extract: tile occupant :Lhiv(' titlnrwise. I Is now hunting him. : ..Jhurch.- r. I ::

I and you w ill MI- what you max be (pardoned -- -- .- WING HOP GO.

For Representative. i for supposing a immature IM'.Itflvr. Coroner's Inquest Continued. c 1Iii11Evt

1- ,>1 Cu. M \.tlU: an- ': hut whirli\ In reality Wluns to acitlitr !)- Kiioxullf, June 0. The >.. ' I
.ta candidate fur rep- distinct; spei'ios namely; the Ler-'! Inquest which was to harp ronvtnfd l 1 These tiny Capsules vcsupcriorlI
:
and lfalcr In
Importers .
.:.n l in the legislature from ) mit crab, 1'agurus benih.nJus.Vbih-!\ at Coal Creek today to I'I' -une ii! <> I to Balsam of Copilba, :

.Il.: .! 1 -ui.ky.. and they a-k the< er he has obtained occupancy by force investigation as to the ('8Ut f t 0r-ebt \ and Injections. 81 Chinese and Japanese I.
< ul J-in crats"in the com- ; th'l
> of arms or merely through decense of I Fraterville mine horror cf May ft They cure in 48 hours the

: .I!. .r.; I the original tenant is a moot point but : by mutual agreement of the coroner MIY.e dceases wthr"l; any incoD-, Fancy Goods,

For County Treasurer. i !! the tim Mippofition is hislily: probnblr and the Coal Creek Coal company I 11 'eac! '01 D flY III "RIJGGlSTI FINE CHINA TEAS, .

candid for as be is a most belligerent little customer. been continued until June 23. M.re i .
:ite
,'. i.ylf a
i. ''il' : !
31 South Palafox St
-' 11.11"L f >r the po-ition ol I !: evidence is to be lie<'lIrf'd in the meantime

, ,' :;.- T, i-'ir- ..r E-eawibU couu- : An amusing scone may be witnessedby as to the probable cause of the Every WomanIt Laundry Office. Pensacola, Fla.

". ,', .. i't. :: .1 Utili of the deinor" i placing se\eral hermit crabs deprn- explosion. Yesterday memorial services t, .. should know -- -- -- -- -
" :: v::" : i ed of their shells In an ordinary soup I -t-: about the woi.ilrrfulL NOTICE. .
> held all! the Coal Creek '
were ii '[ Whirling
: j.v.. FUATEIt. I plateith a little nea water and IInw..1 \z .. Spray. I have been authorized to take I
churches memory of the 216 men ', Tb I1t'wl l ilSri''fF. iHjrt.tun
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empty ,111'IIs-fewl'r shell than crabs. and I'.Mt-- f. subscriptions forVm.. Jennings
and boys who met death In the mineexplosion. u Von ConTinientIlllruw j
for Tax Assessor. The tlgbtiiu and struggling; to secure I I y/ *lulull;. Aryan's paper, "The Commoner. -

". : .' ...cf myself a;; a j I bouses is luilli-rous iu the extreme. One I j..jour d..l>t ri Ii.I The price is $1.00 per year in ad
'I i,'!-it. : r '-. '. -.ilt:: .H Tax almost successful i'i Lrninm>tiuilily tbeMK vance. Those desiring the papercan
M.-.I.! i I..r r-" .i:," ". n-.ty, s A-I !Ins!Ill> himself be seen within a shell which moor, by I Death of Dr. J. Brantley. j ] !or.\t'u t.I.ed. te".I,1.tai noN |>forI It- have it Kent to them by seeding .
Macon, June 9.-The John J. .
: rUe act:"' .: 1. i-n: Tcratic pri- Rev. : l.lfll't . :,. the way, effected by means of theshelly I Drantlf I). D. LL. U., died ;. tnlll'lInll'ular-autiilrr.-tln.In. /
ITJ. /.; \ ) ( "tcrJay'lafternuon n"I t"I..Ie': MARS 11.(0.. H. M. ROCHE
\v. \\.1:1' H.-\lWS. : plate! at the extremity of his I at hi residence in Vineville.This 1 I Room ir 11m. Bldg., N(010York.. Care Daily News. I
- n ft and twi"ted tail when another
---1 will bf sad intelligence/ to thousands
For Tax Collector. I seizes him by the nape i>f the neck as I I

'.1.( .. ttiiunuiii-e m .-..lf as a I It were, and he is dragged: reluctantly i iflilt of Georeians and especially/ tohunjfl.ds THE GARDEN SECTION
: of alumni of Mercer unive.--
i' for re-election: as Tax Col I'I h. The exkter still holds him stru:;- I
fcity. who gra1iut under him. DiRrantley .
: 1 Ksc.iinbia subjectijii : i I
county fcliiig at t'a's'.l'lI\ th. :11I.llIl.t until h\'
of the democratic 'tiL.cl& was for many years a member o-OF-o ,
himself Is safely l'II"'olll'e.I.I"'s he relin j -
of the faculty! of Mercer, being
h his 1'a"p.-l'halll'l'rs' Journal.
: >iui> | I
A. H. D'ALKMKKRTE. I professor; of bel'fifi letters. IPensacola Florida. ;

.
Th..II.f In u ihII.
For Tax Collector. -
(1- of Heury Rehhiuger au- A ni.ail( >oi!'ant belonging: to one (.f Earthquakes In San Salvador. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. i

iti aa candid for Tax the Women's colleges! Lad ls'l n out New" York June a.-Word comtsfrom .

,1 i cambia; : county -tibjfiiK'Cratic with her lover without leavefrom her : The HcraM correspondent inSan

: primary tll l be '. mistress and was returning late alon:; i Salvador says. a dispatch to th'it Beautiful Lots for Sale.

'. ;'Mi2. and rt
ill Democrat's.far -- -. ---- I )('lIt'J l'I'41'ss"r"eUle.ship.. Now, shocks were felt there on Fn-1 i 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord i
the lath had large jellow dog that
Member School Board. :i day. The shocks lasted only a shwt I ing to location and surroundings. '
I ; tof,k the usual\ canine iMiglit in seeing: !
:il-i't \V. M. Agertonhf reit cats ;.(':I'Io'r ami lice, :and the letter to time. .
candidacy fur the : poiiiu-e' .Iii them when they weresfealthih Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, i 1
.il: a- .t member of. tlie I I.Id I : Fertile Lands.
ciossnig the ;strci't he would STEAMSHIPS. High, Dry

d. .! '.fp.1U mocratic di-trict primaryfor No. :<, i l perch him.-t-lf! on the top of the pro ....- ....- ....,.. ...... ....,..... .....,.. .... I --- ---- -- -

1 l9': '::. i I fe"..ur's garden wall, urrouD'h.I1J .-""-. I( The grandest opportunity for investment ever
half hiil.leu: In the f..Uagt's the truant -
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offered in Pensacola.
County! Commissioner. i JiKii.Nervatu: passed beneath him }1AN OCEAN TRIP _
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:- : J. W. lirewton of I he cai'cht; sii.ht of a cat in the middle I I"r
Rome Seekers Should See These Lots.
t-.nouiice: him as a TI*' rojuld.! making a spring at It, --JTo NEW YORK, BOSTO\V
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.. : .,i It-ctiou, from said eollKleti!! I with! h,T and knocked her ;i''it)( AND ALL % t
of
action the
the ', down: She: hrme.picked almost herself mad up with and rnnscrenmiiu tormr. l EASTERNRESORTS ttllt I .AsTdiubbsCorner ; ;

for lucause, as she said the devil had Via t, I I
County Commissioner. Garden and Alcaniz Streets i
jumped ..a Ill'rJack\ and thrown her The \\\ \\ V I ,
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,h" .L ty e"lIimi"iuller. I, clowlI.-hh'l'uatiuual '. OCEAN: STEAMSHIP COMPANY: l'' .

'I'. .l' .-i'i.!, -:et to the: action slip---(-'npltalnlrd.-- L' \AKAiI-> -;i 'HfltjKM-K ; t5O V C. RENT WM. H KNOW1.K3; W. K 11YKK. JR.. J. M. KEEHK. 1.1 j
v : : '.teu"llll!;; demoJlv ( Hours of Ocean Breezes President. Vlce-rret.dcnt <:".bltor. Ain't Casbler I .
,. i;; Maud I>o you mean to tell me that I
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ami t : engaeed at last' Sailings each WeeH f
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1'1 \\.t. -. YAltBKC\'CiJI.---- I i i Mal.el-Yes; he had quit sj>enilinctioney ::: 3 from Savannah Ga. t.1 i

For County Commissioner. I : on me. and I thought:: I miihtas J first National Bank
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wdllet him: Tnbune. .....
proiwse.-Chicago'
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Trnrfol Meisphor."Isii't
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1 .. will of the democratic : it curious how onions bring: M.T1I... Etc APPL. TD i I
....iniLg primaries. He tears to the eyes'*'' 1.tit.. l!...l>r>......lk.U.w tsl..I.>..._....1.! Hi. !. : .
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.. :." tiif r -a.ltU that he 1 "It sun ly I I... It's like nature springing 't.J Ia.II.r. .:I'lHI._Ll., Iklrl. I....terl.1.1 ,..l.1..R.J..,' ...tr.",.,..tr. WM. H. K OWLES, W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. UREN1 N. K. HYER. JB !

l IIi! ',. and thinks he I D. G. BRENT
can a l.'ek. -1'hilailelpli.r :\"ul'thwt'r.- "f"f --r I'I .
to m ill. b-t interest of Il'a'


'Mil.''!t..>i.v.y.iii.ijiprecnte nut-roted If In agree theirup. friends with- i \ If.'. summer Chronic 11. -cough bronchial---can----be troubleand..-quickly. relieved -. UKNKKAIi Following KltKNCll i -the: schedule SCHKDII.K of the :I:: rmt! d mutit Ex nrJ 1 B U A ad I 1L 1.I 1.


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-- and cared bv FoIcy'* HoneyutidTar. government steamer General French I' _ _ _ I'

ftr County Commissioner. : : W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 which TIlE NEWS prints for the ,,I LrWfd draw ocr own Bills of Exchange: on Iroat Britain, Ireland I :

...d"f J. K. I'k-jbt-rt.s an.i. S. I'alafox_. __-t -. -- benefit of the merchants who "hiptheir Germany. France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Hpain, Belgium, Raaala, Moj : Ii

aa e.tndidat.fur re : : good3 to the various army i i way, Sweden Denmark and other European conntrles! I
icounty v"muu-"iouer ( Mar.ston $ Ouina are sole _.
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:> : (irimarieJuly Leaves Prnsacnla 7K B. m.
!I.. lit vetil it the! matt-rial Odorless refrigerators Leaves Barrancas.. u..... ?... ...._ ... 7.5:: a m. Obligation Taken Payable at Port of estirai'oit! Ten or Fifteen DaYI
Leaves Picfcens u'" ... .. .._..... ... kUlII. in. tfter YE'I.el ArrlTen there. .
.1 th county demand hi- i absolutely guaranteed or Leaves Uarrancaa... _. . ....... >>:I5a. m.Lf .
tlul tl.ev u-k the -Lijiport lifts feniacola . ..... .1Ui;' ". m.Arrires C"Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection IJ I
1 'fo'ur lI it. refunded.There's Hurra acm 11:1'1' a. m and then
MI..IM.tm ;! money __ makM a trip to Fort McKee and then re- with which wo hara a Prim Ac&rivctent for the Us II i :
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For County Commissioner. : lots of money to be made turto(,1'."\ -. Bur li'irrancas.'une Hi ... ..... ... ili: p. m. of Ken terL : i
,. elf candidate for III real estate-lots of it. A real estate I.p.iVI'ekens ._ .. .......... .. l'J5p.! in.FVrsaiola .
:iff my< :a ...... .
is usually a fina-er-board to l.-sve. .. 4:.si ip. III. : '
i-'Hiuty c imuiiisioutr for Mgu L..aT"" I*.,-kens .. ... ......... f>::.5p.m.
V I. 1 I. it p-m iry to be held wealtn ThOS. C. Watson & Arriveharranra? Stu: p. m. and milk".
'IP.I a-k i'>r the *uj>port of Co., the leading Real Estate firmhavt trip to cIte and return I WE WILL-FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! "
offers which it wouldbe JI
some
It- On Wednesday* ai.d Haturdays the
worth while consider. Go Writs Ic.davfor ba'4-, -
Our
lANJF.LL. your I1011I
LEE : wit; Hirranca Pick-
boat la\\ to via ,. .
I. H.iraU'der ;
them to-day, and don't wait READ flU. .it'LR.S
and see ens for }'eu ac'Jla at 6:;#) p. in. 1 &n'l, _.,. bat -.111. :,"1e1 "..' '" -I: ud '
for County Commisiioner.: till tomorrow.I mg "P ? .r f' a- 'f' I .t !
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y iiuiuiiiuce: myself as a The General French is for army __ ;. 't p1 1 area., lltaur......
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:ir from di-trict i of Ks'iiuty. K: cambia county circuit. court State of have a pa- from the quartermaster C..., .... .j (>. .".,. ".'.,,- "'".
Kloriila. In cbzttCvrY.tjorge ..,. .... ,..'
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i4MrP.i.a.4at- .1 Ii
> the action take her. .
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I ject to :Velson'o o pa'apeoi 1'l.I.intl..rt._ ,. ; '_ !. ttb'ia.ZwI
l t. u. cratic piimuries July III'pprt I. - ... .lIjZ524. ,,,,.' .. i
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of .\. 1>. .It..,,-,.ft, .ipl. fa -
(. \VKI.SII oa Monday the 7th day July I/ T .' I'
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Cornot- Nel-on: ir>- STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE I I 1t'I'wV. l f
1\.0:, ilicdt-ffuJftnt I am i-virti PiO: ,, ...II! 1 I' ," j. '111 .. o.'r ii4I "
to appear to tbe Mil fllrd agaiu .. .. ,' '. .. .
For county Commiis'oner. quired .Ijtt.. IIM..el I Jr """ Is' ".t.M. "ii ii 4 i
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b.-r herein. w.. i.t-, RE'Iw .. '. '.....'. ,
1. IltJ- oi \\'. .\. :>.!E.Iuhere- This onlr tob > publi beaon-i> each wrekfnrfourcO1iCCUttve t"Wf'f'n IVrisacjila and Milton-RuatKini I 5L ILI.'t. 1, 'I 11"\ s-..... '
i h.y candidacy re- erk. In THE 1'11.\ I Co, IT'( ,., 1-4i 3 I' lor. I fiT'.T. "- W" '. .
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N F.W" a newspaper publi-hed in aid K'- : nail!) Except Sunday I ".:1...ea'.: w, tr'a: ;. -. \lr., ti .A,..-a P' 1. .W t r..t., .. .. ,..,. @ : .
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.t M"t :\.3 "f K-cdtnbia ciinbsa Sai1]county. A. M. MC.MlLI.AS I "CITY F TAMPA." I I 111 s ,.. d&> ).. J &t.U Ms.illIte AGE t-u ..!.iLLrCULGS....-. "...1.., t"noyt.-fr'--ivr I.p iwie_ .. ,os.111." 1 r '1

.!oJ' c: to t'.p! action of the I'lert circuit I'cur I : :
:"Illn i 11'1'-? Jily'j.. ard : Ky B H. Ki'RTOv. Lv Milton l>: > tlm Lv I'pmaroIaI:1W"pmr $ I S LN\ SOAPCO., Cor. 12th & P1n Ss. ST. LOUIS, f .O. !
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JUNE IP.; 1902
TUESDAY
7 DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA
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i WOODMEN OF THE I} FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY-

HEAD-END COLLISION I I ...
WORLD TO HOLD




A ?n i AT MOLINO MEMORIAL SERVICES ::1 QOMTIENCINGFRIDAY



Live Oak Camp No. I, Woodmenof

f. the World, will unveil a monu-
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: Two Freight Trains Crash Together!! ment over the grave'of their late I '

sovereign Joseph B. Rosiqne, Jr.,on

and Are Badly Wrecked. Sunday, May 15, at 3:30 o'clock, !at

St. Michael's cemetery.
AND CONriNUING FOR EIGHT DAYS WE WILL GIVE
A memorial service will be held

on the same day by Live Oak Campo I

k ONLY MEAGRE REPORTS OBTAINABLENone 1 and Hickory Comp No. 21.

i aI The public are cordially invited to !I ao

attend these services.EPWORTH .

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1 None of the Crew Badly Hurt-Traffic Blocked ; LEAGUE I

Pure and Sweet are the Skin, Scalp, I PER CENTiDIBCOUNTj

f and 12:35: Train is Held Here Till Track is and Hair of Infants Purified .
and Beautifitcuticura y WILL ENTERTAINThe I

i Cleared. I i


Epworth League of the Pali-'

*% % fox Street Methodist church will II' OX ALL INFANTS, CHILDREN'S, MISSES' AM!
A bad wreck occurred near Molinp
give a Literary and Musical enter-

5 this morning by two freight trains ''fSiEITlliNili tainment in the Sunday school room Ii I I BOYS': FOOTWEAR.

crashing together; wrecking the en- of the Methodist church on Thursday I

. the track! to night, June 12, at S o'clock. The I DO NOT FORGET THE DATE.
and teariug
; up
KincM CSK CCTICTHA SOAP, a*. i chief feature of the entertainmtat

such an extent that the 12:35 train AND PERSONALS MILLIONS: CcnccRi OINTMENT fur I will be a lecture by Hon. Cna. H. I
i preserving, purifying,and beautifying I M
I w the! Mopping of filling ha.r, for softening, phy of the Unreal." All friend of
f of the track, all express and mail whitening: and soothing red, rough, and the league and church invited. Admission
'f K. A. Alford of Chipley i* among MEYER SHOE CO.
mutter beius sent back to the of gore haaJj, for baby rallies, itcUm s, and free. ,
the visitors here today. chiSngs, and for all purpose*tit the toilet, ----- !
bath, and Millions Women
fice" G. B. Campbell of DeFuniak: CCTICUBA nursery.SOAP in baths for annoying For pimple, blotches, bad com- Feet FUfni-bft for Ca"h Only.

As usual the railroad men will not Springs is in the city today.A. irr.utions and inriamniitioui, for too freeor plexion, Hood's Sarsaparilla is the I'
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Ja i offensive: peripiration, in washes for medicine to take-it has established
talk;andItfs.: i impossible.: -this- Moo? left this morning on a incentive: Wl'aknes.ei, and for many sanative this fact.La 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
business trip to St. Andrew : antiseptic parposvit which readily
writing to obtain accurate,details of --- -----
I 8Ul; dt themselves to women. ii the latest! I .
Lpp Hirschman returned this i L N See L. Bear & Co'sadvertisement
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the wreck. Complete Treatment, $1. I 1 orma I
morning from a business trip the
up Ct:rtcpaa aoAf(2.V.: .1,w rlrau-tile slln of in Ii LAW DEPARTMENTOF
THEN Ews tried to Bend a telegramto L. & X. rru-H and wale ant soften the thickened another column. i
CUtll'le CCTIlL'BA: UINTMKVT (50..1. to In-
Molino a-king for details, but the Prof. Harry E. Graham: has goneto Ht-ntiy al:ay itching and Intl"mmatl'JD.lu.1 -
iMwt'ie! sat but.IIDt LTTici l KUOLVMT
Mohao office was so busy with railroad Braidentown, Fla., to speed his I'ILLS(::;c.),to cool ant clt-aa-e the blood. GRAND
vacation. CrriccH RHOLTIST PILLS (Chocolate John B. Stetson University
connection with i Coaie i) are a new wkl", odorle, ecoaom.
in
'I dispatches i'al I jwtitute fur the celebrated liquid CtTllTU 4th of PicnicANI .
Prof. E. Graham has July Do Land, Florida.
Harry : been KziOLTi,a the wreck that the office here could arid humour cure la Okr.__., ftAt.,cons n. I
elected principal of public school No. In f W dusei" price:>c. JOHN F. FOHBES. Ph. I)., President. ALBERT J. FAIUUH. LL B Dell i

not undertake to break in. I for another term. Cv&rhouM 8.4: f4<,h'iu 4 .tn4nn th. vwU.. Frach Brttiih Ucpot.Depot A:Rue T-B.!. > I Fall Term Comineiifo Weiliu'!.daj-, Ol"toh.-r 1 11)0:.

It H said that the wreck is a bad Ham Rosenau went to Cen- UPtXPk" P111..Does.'u..Cosr.ue15upBu.wuC.i.a.: "All to.OIil 5...SUa.'f" CELEBRATION I TWO YEAR LOUR3E-The: Law Department of John B. Stetson L'nivsnii' :
. this __ __ __ __ u __ atwo-yeare' courst" !>>adinj to the dezrt>" of LL. B
.t"t one, as it must be to necessitate theholding tury morning on his regular DKUKKK ADMITti To THE BAR-Tbedtplomaotthe Law Department of i"
weekly buMuess trip.R. AT I Stetson t'nlverslty admits to the Bar,
FURTHER INF4/RMATIN--F'ortheLawAnnouncement ol--3.anl ahoti:
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
of the regular mail .
: here : sired information reuardingtb*Law epartiucnt.aljr*.
xf Hudson Hurr of Little River, Magnolia BluffBY I ALBEIU' J. FARRAH. Dean of Law Department
train, but that: none of cither train's Fla., is among; the guests at the I, De Land. .

Crews were .eriou ly hurt. Merchants Mr. Burr i* candidate Hi Brittanic Maji *ty' Vice Con- i II I I .

jl for railroad commissioner. ?ul at Pet>*:ac..la, beg* to inform .... I
TD" wrecking train with a large
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The musicale at the Vnlrraalit -hij-pers that pti.diLg an enquiry I \}- ; MVMV
crew of men wi rent to the scene ::11UOlIl1.
I church last night by Miss Missouri into a virulent form of tiek-f ver MYSTIC ASSOCIATION.
Cawthon, assisted by local talent
in Rhodesia: the governor of Natal '
collision was a mu-icul treat erjved j by.11 Watch for Grand Street Parade Window Shadesj.e
It is said that the was! who attended. !has, telezrapned that his ;:overumrnt at 10 a. m.
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c.iuatd by the engineer; of one of the i !have prohibited: the introductioninto See Posters for Full Detail
Hon. W. A. Blount left
K'H this morning -A N >- (
train failing to observe and running ., for Lake City where l.e will de- Natal of horned cattle from the A handsome prize will be given to

over A signal i to stop. liver the address to the graduating ; states of Texas: and Louisiana.For the lady number selling of tickets.the greatest : *# Lace Curtains 2?
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class of the Florida Agricultural: I
Word from the wrecking train College tomorrow going from thereto Over Sixty: Year Admission, including fare, 35c:; ...::

this afternoon indicates! that Jacksonville bu-iuess MR" \\"IS.LOW' 8iMTHI SYRrP hat .SALE.
mw on a visit. been used for over sixty years by millionsol Children 2-jc. ... ...
mothers for their children while teethiug, ___ _____ n
the property is damaged a great deal Mrs. Herman: Goldsmith and with perfect success. soothe the child.
daughter, who have been sof'f m thn gams allays all pain,cures wind:
visitiug
and that it will be about ten hoursliffcrt colic.and U the best remedy for Diarrhoea. MONDAY AND TUESDAY
their parents for ,come time contemplate It will relieve the poor little sufferer 1m-
i the track i is clnued sud made me'l.ati'ly Mold by Druggists. In every cart
leaving shortly for their! hetse
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of tb> world. Twenty ttvv cents a bottle.
i. at Monroe, La. They" will be Bi Jre you ask for"M r,.Wlnl!""' 8ootbaj f : o-AT-
accompanied -
fife condition.Ml "
in a kind.
Syrup, and take no other E IJfl
by Mrs. Ooldsmitl! .sister;

the available men from the Miss Hannah Hirschman. THE PENSACOLA CONCERT UUROflLT&N : L. FRIEDMAN CO'S :::

P ii l'Il" shop* and street hues were E J. Stephen, publisher! of the BAND WILL GIVE A DANCE AT
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the Piedmont Inquirer. Piedmont, Ala. MAGNOLIA BLUFF TUESDAY (
auj sent to scene.ft ,
{I'lckt.ll1; NIGHT. TICKETS AND TRAINS : One Lot Window Shades! worth 2'') and 25c. to go at. l lug
was a pleasant; caller at THE NEWS
,1 'ht-re ill be n atone yesterday afternoon ? <<
having
: One Lot Window Shades, worth o ll and T-ic. to at. :
go
CONCERTS.
; the flat NIGHT : ...
today and it f\xp.cteJ come here on the L. & N. excursion
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u One Lot Window Shade*. worth !>'is and $1.I to ?o at. 4''"'
t.> spend a couple day sight" :
tr.un to paover the damped track: eeiny. i- the latest!
a He !greatly enjoyed an excursion oa I t a K See L. Bear & Co'sadvertisement One Lot Lace Curtains I to 3 pairs worth (1.23 tots I 7"i ......'
orIlla .
will t>. the! norti-biinJ! ju,.enger the biy. this being his fir*t smell of in to co; T'':ur ..

T at mi Jul l.t. salt water since the war. another column. DAILY MENUS One Lot Lace Curtains, 1 to 3 pairs, worth $2 M to S3 5o

: to 20 at. . :. .Z17b|
Tt... 12Vi: : p. m. train: was made-up At a meeting of AlrLa: Lodge, I. Paints oils glass and /'"
all the
(). H. IL., held Sunday eveuius at Comprise Up-to- One Lot L' difi' Sailor Hats in all +tyle only .. oc each
to leave when theII'W" builders' hardware at the Date Di hea
the
aul waprepare.! ; Markets
i j Temple Beth-El, the following officers : One Lot Children's Crash Tam O'oh
.>f the wreck was iltnlittd here. were elected for the ensuing Willis Hardware Co.'s. of the World See Show Window. (
Atford. -
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V It would l have If ft insuli{ of five ulinS H. J.: Jreenhut,chmln.vice president president; L.: Try THE NEWS Want Column.cA.HTORIA. ..::::
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nun from te! time of the, iec' ipt of H. Hirschman. secretary ; Jake TOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE IL..-

4 rte l t-ll;... Levy treasurer; Hymaa Harrison, Bun th. ice K'r.d YJU Hal t'sJs'' BuV (;f1 Ladies' Private : L. FRIEDMAN'S & CO'S .
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t warden; Bam Lightuiaa, ;guardian. .. -- ..:::
The train in collision, were, treigh t -- --- /1.,1-- ; Dining Parlor.rRegular <
BRACKET STORE. 4t
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trun: Xo..I" u<>rth-t baund, mid No. ANOTHER NEGRO -
h the latest!
15 ,">uth-b'"'atlJ. The .;.)uth.IoulIjtr04IU
? L La & Co's :
x I fOrma adverueem nt in Dinner Daily. mHmMM
W.l'\ !berry one, line number GIVEN A LESSONI another! column. i. ----.w. .

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of loided box car auJ goudolisuukinR -_

it up. The other train was :I I negro who saw fit to be cau.av: NO .1'I<:EI'ot. Short Order PromptlyFilletl. .::. There's Consolation in Knowingthat

- -- Night or Day .
m ,
rs nor con9lgn. of .
.? the --
of the Ian Brit.sh Si Hori!e III(:. paired in a thoroughly efficient *.
the
and engineer street
; cars was fined by tl:e mayor responsible for debts: contracted It It',Bomethin!G'Iol.1lo: Eat ..:::: durable manner at J. M. Hillun '.
the of sate \1'15"1. I
by crew you *wish you'll and it at "
one i* said: to have been responsiblefor this morning, the amount being Jlo, ti.U 'ORTHFIELD.> : I Co's. Their skill in renewing *
I W L. Wittich d: Co.. Captain: I i
for -ma-h-up by overlooking! his and the black being Chris! Casar.C l.OuII1.: .. 10)4tAll Nick Apostle'sPopular broken parts, painting and var -
1r ing is too well known to need BJ) ,.*

ordt-r.. -- -- :"Mar came: in from the park last all p-rsias creditors bavin, legatees claims, distributees or demands and Restaurant. mention, while their prices ar. -..
a "II.t theeitateof: Fred Hau r. deceased ,,
night and at some trifle began: to are required to present them to the under markably moderate for the pli''
FRANK BRAWNER FOR I s.gned within: two years. 'J rMr1hd1 taking care displayed in all
I curse the motorman and conductor. .'hlO"'iw MAX AdmlaUtrator.L. BEAR I mN nv 4 work.

COUNTY TREASURER Oiu'cer Sanders wa passing: and arrested .
J. M. Hilliard & Co.
C.t-sar upon request of Conductor ,

Chestnut.The Ii i J, M. FOLKMAN> Xo. 30 East Garden St.

a The friends of Frank E. Hrawner ..
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mayor says ha is determined: V* .
i | Contractor for Decorating ..* i
I announce in this issue his candidacyf that public abuse of this nature MEUX'S

'r county treasurer of Kscambia shall be stopped, and everyone con- '. / I Call Up Phone 313 or Drop a Postal Card. .

subject to the action of the i All Work C. O. D. and Guaranteed.
c 'unty, victed of the offense must expect to \ s- ztld-f1cI -

democratic primaries be fined. + Corner Baylen and Government Street.. YjJtJ

:\fr. Brawner Is one of Pensacola's r c6 ft I One mock West of fostofflce, Right oa the Belt Ltae. I

solid business men. He stands high Nineteen cases were docketed in I School of Shorthand, Typewriting and Literature.

J, in the community and his personal the police court today. Three were kf : T. W. LEWIS, Now is the time to enter school and prepare for a lucrative position. )i
I vacation. Night and day sessions.
popularity reaches throughout the continued and fines aggregated: $75. I b BALER INm

county, be being known and likedin THE PENSA'COLA CONCERT 1 i We have Samples I I You never heard of any one using
lest
I wish
every voting precinct. That Mr. BAND WILL GIVE A DANCE AT ti I \I\ PAPER from the Largest Foley' Honey and Tar and not be- If you the very
Manufacturers ia inz satisfied. W. A. D'Alemberte
vote MAGNOLIA ice cream freezer at the very
Brawner will poll a big goes BLUFF TUESDAY I the United States. 121 Palafox street.

without saying, and hU friends are NIGHT. TICKETS AND TRAINS '" Feather Scroll, 15c per roll. lowest price, the Willis

confident he will be elected by a SAME AS FOR THURSDAY t Dining Room Tapestry, |1.50 per roll. Foley's Honey and Tar Hardware Co. can please
I NIGHT
i good majority. CONCERTS t Call Up Phone No. 3S$. tarchlldren.safc.sure. No opiates you.THE .

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