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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 11, 1902
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VOL. 37. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY- AFTERNOON JUNE 11.1902 NO 19

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COAL STRIKEIN FATE OF ARCHDUKE I> |NORTH AROUNA GIRL I HURRICANE SWEEPSILLINOIS i:



JOHN NOW PROVEN ;: VICTIMOFFOULGRIME ,


CRITICAL CONDITION Was I, AND IOWA

Nephew of the Present Miss Benson Is Assaulted and i I .

Emperor of Austria.
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Labor Commissioner Wright's Re= HE DISAPPEARED IN 1890 ASSAILANT IS UNKNOWN !
Three Lives Reported Lost==Twenty

search Fruitless of Result. Had Quarrel With His Imperial Uncle Screams\Jor Hslp Brought Aid Too

Because He Married Actress Injured.
an and Late, Iflr When Neighbors: Found:!

Left His Native Land-Rank 4
of Soldier
Her She Was Dead-Double Crime
Was Taken From Him. 1
1 I Had Been Committed.

\ wT ( ARRESTED FOR New York. June 10.-C. P. \Vychgel.of I Special to The Newi. I! ;
June Charlotte N. C., June 10.-MMSXeely I NO DECISION
11. Th
-; -> < govern- Washington, superintendent of a I II' Chicago, June 11 -A wind stormof
I Benson, a young white wonan
dredging company with offices !in this
commi'Moner, Carroll i HIGH TREASON city, has in his possession accordingto who Ih'ldith: hr-r widowed mother, great severity swept over CentralIllinois UNTIL DECEMBER

u announced this morning I The Herald a letter which would Mrs. Samuel F. Benson on their farm lat: night. It was impossible i- i

appear to prove almost beyond dount near Mount Vernon Rowan county, --
w practically through with
i tip. C:a! to The Newi. that Archduke John, N. C.. was assaulted and murdered by ., to get a communication: from
nephew of toe
Isaac L. Purcell, E* counsel for
q.
London.
'ution in the anthracite June 11 -Colonel Arthur Emperor of Austria! who mysteriously an unknown patty or parties }ealerday Bloomington at an early Lour today,
Lynch, an Irish member of parliament disappeared In 1890) while after noon. Torrence and other negro murderers :'
rlf said: he would: wind up on a voyager !
either All
who fought in the recent war South American waters lost his lite The unfortunate woman was at workin by telegraph or telephone. now in the county j jail, received a

., -33 during the day, return in South Africa on the side of the at sea. For 12 years stories that the a field a few hundred: yards from wires leading;: from the city were letter this morning from James !{. f 1
Boers, was arrested today at New archduke was still alive have come home where her cries for help were
flitou; and report to Pre i- heard. cut otf. Before the last wire went McKinney, clerk in the U. S. su- 1 ,
Haven, where he landed on his ar from various parts of the world. Ia
R.. ;evelt. rival from Paris. 1817! an irreconcillable quarrel occurred When the parties arrived at the down a report was received here preme court, in which it was stated I

The between the emperor and his scene trey: found her dead body with that an opinion in the of hU
him
Tt.ulden: termination of Comii charge against is high nepn- that several had blown case
the skull crushed. There is buildings I
ew, who was imperial no clewto
archduke of
treason. He was accompanied by eight clients had not been arrived at
;: -"rVright'3 investigation Austria royal prince of Hungary anl the guilty party or parties. Unsue- down. i
his wife and sister ln law.
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grand ducal prince of Tuscany. The easeful attempts were made to get yet; that the matter had been taken
sr: nrn..;<".t about by his interview The fury of the storm broke out in I !
duke was deprived of all his omc s. bloodhounds to put on the trail. Ibi under advisement and no decision '

'II'j pre ldent of the carrying MOB LYNCHES His! rank as a soldier was taken from Benson WM 21 years old. Bloomington at midnight; at 3 would be rendered until the next ,t ;

him. his name was stricken from the rl
.1(' w. >.urol the output of the o'clock this morning it still term which will October
was: raging begin on ;
army list and he was forbidden to
appear -
rr ,'- r-gion.: Mr. Wright re- TWO NEGROES at court. I SHIPBUILDINGBpeeUt I at Peoria, Metamora, Lincoln 13, UKtt. ; I I

This despite the fact that
no one ;,
what
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trans-
today
i and
Fpringfield. Whether it is still
more than his
Imperial uncle
-- admiredhis
1 : ,' ,'.. t' session, but from Special to TheNewsCharlotte. talents and force of character. It l COMBINE I, raging in Bloomington cannot be as- NEWS NOTES

','-v-: .,-iven out by the op N. C.. June 11.-A mob[ was about this time that in Vienna! hemet I i i certaineJ.

composed of fifty masked men brokein a singer whose. beauty was attracting FROM MOLINO
.:0 : 1\'enu6' a history of i attention throughout Both
the Western
Europe. Ucion
and Postal
the jail: at Sill-bury at 1 o'clock j The News.New

,,' ?' '.i.iti.-n*, it is evident this morning and took out two came After! to continued this country success and abroad had she hFor York. June 10.-All but the : Telegraph Companie* report thatit !

'.. wcovered: what the negroesHarris; : and J**. Gillis- debut at the Thalia in the Bowery merest formalities of the plan to combine Is impossible to get communication Correspondence Pally Sews !

: pie, who were charged with the then the home of comic Soon several of the big shipbuildingyards : Molino, June 9.-Mr. Willie Morgan '
1. : w ,- :". -: ,estrus to learn murder cf a white :girl, and lynched afterwards she married opera.the of the country under,\ one management with towns in the vicinity o f
duke 1 ia brought down on the 3 p. ra.
+ T tt.- ia- tion of the them. London. I Bloomington, except Merna, which
to The Herald. A few re- train from Atmore the remains of
papers
mber of hours and the rate of f The negroes were hanged to a tree Efforts of friends to settle the Quarrel :
mains v;' to he signed and for this ia ten miles north, where three live '
of the and the at rout were futile, and the archduke I his father-in-law John 1
r.e"- alone W,- at the bottom of the I at the oatakirw city, D. Carpenter
of
purlroer a meeting: those most Interested
riddled with bullets.j assuming the name of Johan are reported lot and twenty
bodies
I injured
a..i I late a merchant of this
: ; i trouble Mr. Wright haT ;! Orth bought vessel in England, assumed will be held today after whi'ha village.

.. that neither the wages nor NEXTCOVERNOR command and with his wife formal announcement will be ma'> I with great damage to property. Mr. Carpenter lived here many .
\ and the bounties of tb.
s was the paint of content sailed for South America The ship j will he new corporation Great alarm is felt for the resident year and was very successful i ia '
placed on the market.It .
was reported at Knsenada n"arAyres BUE-nos
the firm resolve of the i OF PENNSYLVANIAi and never has be >n heard fromsnc i is said that the plan cont@mplatea I I of all thee outlying towns.TORNADO business.Mr. j

to destroy! union domina- <> Nevertheless recurrent report company which will turn out any I Jim Grimlar has been sick j

t'!se coal mines which has i that Johan Orth still In PS hprp, it i is kind of vessel from a tramp steamship I for the past three weeks with a severe J
said buoyed the I of small dimensions to a Lattlesh'p. ALSO VISITS IOWA.
.
-tr. and 'Ir"cl..1 to raw NewHarrisburg up aged! archduchess, case of typhoid fever. Dr. Fin-
: unsatisfactory Pa.- June 11.-The who never has believed her son to b P I weighted down with the heaviest! of I' Mprcial to The >t.t.j ;: I
armor. Iron and steel ley of Pine Barren has been in :
mars: state that, recogniza ;- dead. j works are tr- dally
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: nomination of :SenatorQuay's candidate | I
ing negotiated for, and it is understood Des Moines, la., Jute 11.-A spec attendance, also Dr. i
and granting demands!, [ Judge Simuel: Pennipacker of Superinter.dentVyrhg;'"l says the Dewberry several :
while, in 14'.+'I, I several extensive plants havi 'I !
i :- to further demands Thaw Philadelphia: for governor, ia pea c- he was superintendent i i been purchased.! e'ial report from Grinnell ?:sari the times from town. As I write i I .
of
:- ..I! with employes but the ,! tically assured when the republican Archduke i dredcin Johan company sailed into at Knsenaila port an-1: I town of Laurel: was entirely wiped this he is reported in a very lew con- i

rr i state convention is assembled today dition. He has been '
hands off. nurrhasod from him postmaster
ep : a ballast for a PENNSYLVANIA out by a tornado la*: night. The
s '. and thew i jat Harriburg.: trip to Valparaiso Chili. They hat a ;i t I here for about three years.
i ;- impossible ,, The police were called out to ha n- slight condition of the wires render it im-
dispute over the
!u.- more critical every: !!: die the van crowd applying 'or tick said the !ballast weight and tKarriTnuke REPUBLICANS t The Ecambia river never was ia i
was to ream > I possible to obtain a definite knowledge 6
ets. out at \'aJ1arai"n.hHP" it should! bewrichfil finer condition for fishing and large

n I and a draft sent no for.... the,..' iHffar.ence ...!... ,._ of the damage., I amounts of fish are being caught "i
in price if there was one. HO, I Special to The NewHarrlsburg -* ----- daily.
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gave Wjchurl a letter of recommendation Pa.. June :
II 11)lndi<:a.- ; The Molino Mill and Brick Company ,
: which he >till k-eps. The shi|', lions are that Jude Samuel W. Pea- OPERATORSSURPRISE
t- : ( sailed fpnda,., later I are through with
Great Clearance Sale a ; and was newT n'parker. of Philadelphia, will! be the j constructingthe ,
!sighted: afterwards! V.'ycheel says th a I ,, nominee for governor at tomorrow's dam and are now putting down ;,

I archduke's' wife was not aboard the j j Republican) state convention. Appar- the foundation timbers for one of
ship however and that she returns I ently there is no active opposition to
-OFf to Buenos Ayres after it sailed.0 ,I the nomination of former State Senator -'|I 1 their mills. They keep a number of r;;

word has ever been received from I William M. Brown of Newcastle, :! MINERS men at work, putting some money j

) her. however and she also has beei I I for lieutenant governor and Major I in circulation daily. ,

f fr f Skirts Shirt Waists, WrappersChildren's life generally at seaFORTUNE. believed to have lost her i of Isaac internal D. Brown affairs., of Erie, for secretary 1 j II I -- Our truck and corn patches look I

Attorney General I 'Bpeclal to The Newt.Wilkesbarre very promising, and the scupper-
John P. Blkln! of
7f.nnd Suits* Indiana, is making a splendid fight I Pa., June II.-The nong vines: were never so heavily .

GOES for governor and his adher na atlll: I|! >publication of the correspondence fruited. :'
I
( claim he will be nominated on the first
IN SUIT DEPARTMENT \; '. ballot I between the operators aud Presidentt Tbe health of the village: is generally .

BEGGING j There will be 358 delegates in the I II t[ Mitchell, showing why the operatorsI good and all of us can enjoy a t:

I convention. The Pennypacker managers. to blackberry pie! daily for the I I
-M :I refused recognize the union and I gathering
Commencing Saturday June 7th led by Senator
Quay, claim th -ir
; special to.tbe New I candidate j hold a joint conference with the of this abundant fruit.
will! have 225 votes. The t '
Lot Angeles Cal.? June 10.-'A fortune I Kikin managers claim their favorite 1 I j ;mine workers, is expected to have a : "PISEYfJODS.." '

o-. 1T-o of $142,000 in cash awaits the will have 202. Friends of formir Lieutenant | powerful influence on the course of I. !

heirs of an old man who passed under i Governor Louis A. Watres uf I f the name of Charles Hill and who died I Scranton declare he will have 50.Pennpacker | 'I
THE BIG STORE. President Mitchell expects late ;..
and
at the Good Samaritan hospital: two \Vatres forces
weeks ago.About have formed a combination on the j this afternoon to reply to the opera \9.4COLISTOCIFXCHAY013: j,:

three weeks ago the man, organization of the convention. This i tors' statement and alto to make. East GOrnmpnt Street. tJj I ISTOCKS.

Stitched Skirts. .. .. .. . . . ..IOOnow$1i: ) who was between 75 and SO years old, probably will Iiveth..m enough votesto I statement regarding the condition --- :
control
i :SkirtsPlain. ..... .. ... .... .. . . . .$.i Di). now fcJ.oO applied. at H the. hospital taken in for and aciomiuodations. he Boise Penrose.the elAtion temporary of chairman Senator I in the soft coal district. Open. High. Vw. Cloe.'i' +
was paid
skirts, Embroidered ..... ... .. .. .. .". .. ..$8J)). now $5 00 and Congressman : Hugar. ..12929 1277-11 1:19: : .
Joe
1 for all the service! rendered. Then D. Siblay per The leaders of the strike I
Skirts, Embroidered. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .....$5 (\I), now ?4 00 1 manent chairman. : were Atch... 814 5134 6138 Sl3a ; J

.' Skirts, Embroidered. .... .... .. ...... ... .. ....$ 00 I it and was be found was asked that he to could tell the not names recover of I taken by surprise at the publication u.III H.........151. M7s! 152i 39R! 151152 38, 39l" i:

SkirtsEmbroidered ..... ... .. .. ,. . .. .. ..13.50, now $2.75 his relatives in order that they mightbe Mrs. Taylor's Reprieve Extendstf. I lof the correspondence preceding L. do N..13S 136?, 13713732! : 1

Skirts, Embroidered .. .. . .. .. .. .. ,... .. ..$l 50. now $1.25fJT'All notified. He replied that he had Columbus, 0., June 10.Governor II i iNa the strike. They did not expect the 5L o. P .l00}4 1Od18: 1X)18' 102ts
..h today extended the reprieve of |' Man .]3H
132'j ISP.132t.
Woolen Skirts 25 per cent ot!.'Wl : : not a relative on earth. He died anJ correspondence, would be given r
Mrs. Francis Ijinjworthy Taylor and ( I'It.Paul.li01.i 171re 1703' 17H ;
was duly burled. In his clothing was publicity. President Mitchell saysthough )
her daughter until Oct. 10. This action ; Penn..U9'.i 150E! H9H9J; :1
SHIRT WAISTS. I found $!:!.0O in currency. Further in ( his proposition to advance H. P..... 81e 6-45'8 61a
is to give them the benefit of any 84ss i I
: vestigation by the public administrator i t coal tea per cent would meet publicI U. p..l)5( 105-8: 100 10514
s.ntVal3t3, $1.50 and $1.75; kind to close for ... .. ..11.00 each \ disclosed a key to a private box at light that may h thrown on their casa approval. T. C. I.. 634 6Hi 6.1)i 64t I

Lot$1.00and$1.25Waists, to close for . .. ., Sic each : ) the Union Bank of Savings. The box by the trial of Clara Taylor now u'nd r I C. F. I..lOHi OIH w 99 j

.' '.ot Waists,75 kind for. .., .. .. . . .., .. ,.,.. 50c each has Just been opened and !in It were arrest in Italy. The charges against I Bomett'i Vanilla Extract haa outlived j" ..,-

(J .. L it Waists, 60c tindfor... .. . .. .".. ... . ... 45c each f ) found several large pckagea of currency all three women is the kiduaptdg of criticism. It is the finest and purest NEW YORK corros' "; h1.
Baby Margaret Taylor.
aen Calico Waists.. .. .. .... ..... .. .. .. ... .. ... .. 19c each \ j, aggregating 1140,000. I vanilla extract that can be bought July.. .Open.879 HII/h.hat Low 872 Cloge 873 oi.
The old man had lived here seven Nina Drowned In Ltk. J
Once tried, always used. August .8."J} S51 1 1<41 ESIv :
CARPET DEPARTMENT. ; ; years In a modest sort of way at lodg I Duluth. Mina. Junt 10.-Th whale- Sept .. ...8Z 825 814 8l4Uct. 'i
.
; ) ing houses! and restaurants, but had no back steamer Thomas Wilson, Captain has ......6t1y b11 i9i j9"j
Everybody '
'P Mattings..2$ to 35c laid ( a ngbt to a little '
ce3HeaTyChina l Intimates, and no one can be found of this earth. r1 t
r.ot Remnant Matting . ... .. ... .. .. .. .. ., We yard l \ Cameron master was cut almost In piece But they mast ,
( who knows anything of hfe antece two by the steamer George G. HadleyCaptain ,, fight for it. They mast watch their CflICAGO-WHE.\T. ,

( ; dents. Fitzgerald, master, a half all chance to get it, and get it. Open Hizh. Low Clo=e. ,

., ,. south of the Duluth canal aid I men Thoi. C. Watson & Co. July... 717- 2sit Wi 7Hi '4 .
....
were drowned. They were mostly man bare some particularly fine bargainsto Sept jO" 70% 71) 70 13
IHilliom Ioljn00tt 1 & ion. Crab nets and fishingtackle
i I I of the night craw who had not Urge to offer just now, and they invite CORY r "

to suit everybody, at get out of their bunks before tk. renal you to come and investigate same. Open. High.: Low, Close. t, ;;
You will never regret having done July... 6.3 6'Us 813 631! ,
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 11 1902

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' ; d n. AUTOS CAUSE DEATH. AnInvisible

GOLD DUST. 'MALARIA
COAL STRIKE UNCHANGED.

I The Dog Knows
' Frightened Horse Ran Before Express
"Let the COLD DUST: twins do jour work." Not Much Significance Placed on Train-Boy Killed.

Mi cl'.ell'l Visit to New York Reading. Mass.. June 10.-Fright Means bad air and whether it to
That there is something wrong with.his Enemy Health
In the
\ViIktfcbarre: Pa., June 10.-
the rushing of four automobiles
master. They have no more romps and I ened by comes from the low lands and

al. *-Lf>e of Fre orient Mitchell from rambles. He tries in vain to coax the I, and the blue of their horns a i marshes of the country, or the filthy sewers and drain pipes of the .-tcj

tine: headquarters today there wasa listless youth from his chair. horse ran away here dashed throughthe ;, and towns, its effect upon the human system is the same.

.9 dtailh oi news from the miners'i(14 I Whenihelungs at the railway crossing and breathed into the .
: gates These atmospheric poisons are lungs and t ewe ,

-. are diseased, an express train struck the team, killing by the blood, and the foundation of some long, debilitating illne-- .p

Net much eirniflcance! Is placed eni physical soon begins weakness d a boy and seriously! Injuring another Chills and fever chronic dyspepsia, torpid and enlarged liv-t t v

i t iiis. vitit to Cay missioner Wright, itrtng to show itself boy and the owner of the team. i troubles, jaundice and biliousness are frequently due to that invisil! t .

r generally believed that te went and the active The automobiles crossed the tracts 'Malaria. Noxious gases and unhealthy matter collect in the system t:< eo

'. irf metropoliii to give the !labor outdoor life is safely and ruined on through tbe the liver and kidneys fail to act, and are poured into the blood current: ,1.1

1 "miuIfMi'Ltr. : some inside information given up. Dr. town without a pause. The police at it becomes so poluted and sluggish that the poisons literally break the u

'I : n. hmf fit of President: Roosevelt.T.t : I Pierce's Golden once sent out an alarm to all nearby : the skin and carbuncles, boils, abscesses, ulcers and various eruptions a

wlnI:!!: *uj erintendents in this !, Medical cures Discovery diseases places with the request that the persons indolent character appear, depleting the system, and threatening: life it

v:.:":>;' raid! today there was no change I of the driving the machines be arrest j The germs and poisons that oppress and weaken the body and le: v

lk .1 clod Rore 'Ve your gra ,d-c her d.d b'C'e conditions their collieries. the life- of the blood it thin
a rfffl, KOurxg ar.d scructxe. ttnd.rc tid ruttxe.GOLD ia i..c at lungs and other ed. ,, g \'ing properties rendering: and l watery t: -f

i WE i ie slowly accumulating in many organs of respir be overcome: and carried out of the system before the patient can h to

DUST >' t.i: r.ir.rs throughout the entire ation. It cures i Ransom Money Disposed Of. get rid of Malaria and its effect*.

: tc obstinate, deep- I; S. S. S. does this and
:r t'l.twlhH.3nding reports quickly produces .in tf.\'
I SalonSca, June lO.-Tt.e Strouraa. a !
rakes housework easy. It cleans: everything: and th n seat). it i if stated on authon'y I seated coughs, I change in the blood, reaching every organ ann ,. ..
published at Kostendlt: Bui- 1'I
ir\II1ts tenure. More ecor.cm.ca;than soap.Xfti bleeding lungs, newspaper
1 th_t thf mines: are not in as good con emaciation and that I lating them to vigorous healthy action. S -
has
it
garia, says transpir" a secret :
j er.'y ty THE N. K FJCREANX CCVPAXY.Cbcvo. of not only purifying but tonic
New Ycrk. Boston. St LG.s. .111' 'J ,--- they Wt re when the strike! other conditions congress of delegat.from Kos- possesses! pr> ;
f.rtrr.ec and .-nAt which if and the general health improves, and th- .
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t Xakers c? OVAL FARY: SCAP. th.r.r ::ttrs. pumi I Ibe neglected i tendit. Dubnitza. and elsewhere met I
?:.. i or unskil- / ; increases! almost! from the first dose. There is no Mercury, Potash '

._--- 'fully treated/ in Sofia at the end of March and arranged I mineral in S. S. S. It is strictly and entirely :
other a
..".:* : men who were engaged, in : or vegetab'.p r-

NOMINATED BY THE PRESIDENT. .:.Ki.t.rrf f.rul the Jersey din of the '' may find a fatal n'I' for the disposition of the money I Write us about your case and our physicians: will gladly Leip .
termination i recei\ed as ransom for Miss Ellen:
j health. Book blood and
WI'f'n f consumption. M. Stone. the American missionary
.1 i be serious; matter for : free THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta,
Fa to a Ca,
# Several Army Promotions Are Sent to after using about and her companion, Mme. Tsilka. Kar-

the Senate.Wa&hiiiptnu. tar n ...: .:.>, w!.;( h is short of nn-n. five botl'.ts of IxPierces I -
('.oldtnMnlicul apeoff. alias TchnerpeofT. the leader of :
SCHOOL
June 1 1".-The president I .. Ih-co\try the brigands which captured the mist I Gratitude. I Sl'I'fLIKSAt
.L PALMA SIGNS: AMNESTY ACT. mv ray *?m8 to 1 Ka'.f Grntitttde! I is the fairest! blossom! that :
Las the !
nominations
sent following/ the delegateswho !
right writes i t sionaries was among C, V. Thompson's n s..nrPalalox.
to the s-u-ate: j ---- :Mr. ). W I'nct of "* I decided to send bands into Macedonia springs from the soul and the heart of .
Ohio "He very bad
Army-Hripadier literals! John C. Estes G. Rathbcne, C. F. Neely and I ark when I Monroe commented Co. to give him was the 'IkjldenMvtical : on a secret mission.I man knowtth none so fragrant; while I Besides the ;standard In.tionery : .

Others! Will Soon Secure Pardons. : iMscwery The doctors claimed he Its opponent ingratitude, is a deadly
Bates and (; W. Davis to be have
nilJcr in
.Purge: i had and we doctored with them I we tintvelope -, v
1 New 1't4it..1:1i.e H'.-There are perhaps consumption weed, not only poisonous in itself! but I
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generals.Colonels : until he was past walking It has been ten I Louis Will Have Royal Guests.St. : | to match :
will benefitby months since he stojjjH-d taking: meilicinetnd the in I
a dozen persons ho your impregnating : \ery atmosphere Royal Crystal Kotd.
to IIP brigadier generals! he i i. in good health Wr are very thankful :: Louis. June Iu.-The world's fats
Theodore F.Vir.t.. fixtb cavalry; the amnesty a't just signed l>y to you tor saving our sun management has received information: which it grows with fetidapors.. I Hurd' Holland liond.Ladies' .

President Palma! including! two ir Art "Stationer-.
Frank D. Italdwin Twenty-seventh infantry ., Accept no substitute for Golden Med from Washington of the approachingvisit
Mail Etc.Artist' .
Foreign ,
; Jesse M. Lee. Thirtieth infantry three Cubans who are n-aturalizel icalli..coerThere is nothing "justas What bright! things we all! think of !
to St. Louis of two members jf Material
i'!1 Americans a Havana dispatch; to good" for diseases of the stomach, when the is (o1
says for
; William II. Carter, assistant: adjutant ; opportunity past gay- ,
: blood, and lungs Substitution means a I royal families-the Grand Duke of plies, Memoranauiii I; ,. ;
Th- Tribtite.Ilstes erg them!-Atchison Globe.I .
grrrral.e little more profit for the dealer! but a loss j i lions ot Russia cousin of the czar I All new and bright.;
r.. r.att.IJiDta1d C. F.V..
e ----
Major to be brigadier general-Tas-
for of Siam.
the
you.Dr. j and crown prince Spoiai I I
x key H. Bliss! ('IHnmi!>!'ary. Surgeon :, Xf'd"t.o were coit\icted oi pot Pierce's Pleasant Pellets! cure con ( interest attaches to the coming t I An Irishman says he always shuts j Rubber hose, all 'I

general for a period of four years, : of3ce frauds! amounting to many thousands stipation and its consequences. I visit of the crown prince: by reason I his eyes when he ''ooks\ at a lady's: the Willis Hardn-- I r ,

with rank oi brigadier general I. Colo- : ot dollars are li.---t known of I faults. |
I of the impression: that he is to report I
I Efl William i H. Korwood assistant : those who will s-eiure pardon. i
surgeon Biirnit'oelnliition.. to the king of Siam: and that upon I il l You will have pride \Ii.\ 11'
general. Xwly has been in prison two bears flower garden;; if they .'
: I,. The hiuhest aml.ition of a Hyrman'slife : his report\ will determine whether he During the summer :'iln..y irr*>;ru-;1
of his sentence of eight! years. Uathboce I own ground. Your hu.-b.,
is tg build a pagoda: \by w'dich he will visit the world's fair in 1904.) laritip. are often caused by txcesdrinking j
i i is out $11)I .lllll. bail, awaiting a home, and he can dll" V.
The 1 R If. ", Jarkrt.Tlie on wins the title of Kvatin!:! Toga:: during I Diva! or bf-ing >vrt: -uted. |

taffeta jiu-Kit r.f thin senson is a decision! of the supreme court <:n this incarnation: and secures a mort- Attend to the kidney tt trace by i though he may think w
i Anti-Red Bill Passes House. I Every woman want! a : '
act An I'tun. It i is more like a ll"u"t' appeal. His sentence was for eisihtyears. ; I 1 Nirvana.; A Iluruian does not trite Foley's Kidney Cure.V.. A". J
gai'e:: on Washington June Iu.-The house D'Alemberte. Month .llafnx. i own, and if she will have a' K a-
It Is absolutely: cocndith triinmin:.', :News: that he is to be a free become a I'hristiau easily, hut when '
has passed the Mil to protect the president --- i iI Thus. C. Watson fc Co..
Is broad atu..hnnt/'b'C5. loose across man in a day or two failed: to arouseNVely he dues h<- brings with him: the cotivici iI .
Real Estate
vice members leading Agent-!
president; of the
bust and drawn siiiiirly! into tLe waist from the indifferent df>m.anur'i i lion he held as a Iladdhist that to builda I PynyL'alsantstop.the TUkliug!:, I can show her bow easy it .- : .
I cabinet and foreign ministers and ,
ambassadors ud oukl.lv aliens 1r :to tY'tltVaLCA.
with a broad stitched belt of silk that he Las maintained: sin '. he umOc
( was ar- place! of worship\ j is the most meritori me.

bas ornamental tabs hanging from the restt'd.' He smiled! but showed no (particular .'us ji'-t of a man's lit'p. and to suppress; the teachingof '
i anarchy by a vote of 173 to 3S. A
Lack. interest in the information. Thi iieivuuts fur the present cathedral 'I STOn. A. Buy a new garden ;h
It is usually! laid: In a great number -. of MamLilay. built at a cost of motion to recommit the measure withiufctnictioiis 3'arI the I** Ki' E.9 *'"!I1 firiffilB
I
t rf urge aid small! l,ox ]>laits. Between Spring Fever.t4pring I.! iii.tiiN ruies by Kyanmr Tasm: Paul I to strike out certain sections !1'gratatr J'I from the Willis Hardware

these are Pitched bands or pieces ('..rnh'l't Olion, a I'.urmese ruby merchant of I was dt'featpd-i1 to 123. I Company.
fever is another name for
ribbon that float to the waist that eity. The old church! of Amarapuni I I
bilioune=,. It is more ?erion than i
j Jlne finished! with fringe tassels! of the Pumice From Pelee at Galveston. I
; built;: .\rll1l'II and the
must people think A torpid liver was liy an :I'1 ll Ju\'ou.l.blomaIH'8IJIUI' "a
't ; cllk. and inactive bowels mean a poisoned ', two cinirches of the Tenuessariru coast Jalveston.! Tex, June 10.-Several i BOYS and GIRLS!I lDo ..ydutlng.part'lDolII..ut-

The front has a deep facing of fine ;system: If neglected, serious ill :: by a ;:eiitieinan! nained De Casrro.Many pieces! of pumice etone have been i I Ins our "Blueine." *" rr tent, fcnunifcwon on all.alrs.>o. you An can Indi readily.pen.Htile do MJ ariu, b> .- ,

lace that turns over for an inch or two near may: follow such symptom of the ';tNI and more t-hapels found on the beach here which are tielieed houwhnhlu-cs leery lady ,. uciigbttil when tb-v see it oat beet inaket the :

h en the outside.! There is a wide circular De Witt's"Little Early Risers" remove and chiiffhcs throughout Burma areImllt to have come from Mont Pelee.NLrn Blue eater you ever used III '5. wa h. lVrne today bor your territory In" tak"'l
.
collar:! of lace and the hiise plaitedfleeves all daujr.the"bowels r by stimolatin:? the liver. of juiiuU:) w<> mu 1, which is destroyed Cum esters Klr.t Mad.-. luluOutelr.aotlw.When you have told tbt-m.- w.IItnd-tun.t->.;-return sea. rt-tmnint mail one the: durra thlancr.packages 4dr., a- of>.ur Bluelne",,!II' .

are put into wide cufls that fasten. opening and cleaning skin Uu not delay, but write ht in.i>-
in the white
s the the *y.tetnof impurities.: Safe pill. a fJl'ars by ants. Certain passages in the "Iliad" of Homer .lddrrr.a, tiI>K>:\ ,1\\: "t.1I"HIG ( O. Dfpr. C 114 KOI I) I. 1'hila. 1'a
at back with
great fancy but Vever gripe "I have taken DeWitt To replace: them by teak <>r pyinskado, would! lead to the inference that .

tons usually of oxidized silver, set with s Little Early Riers for torpid not tn speak of modest! structures i< a, coins of bras were struck as earlyas

paudy tou,'". liver every: spring for vears." write mutter of hope with: envy P'"t, but 11S4 15. C. Tradition affirms that \\fUISKEr
STANDARD \\
1 -- -- R. M. Everly, Moundsville, W. Va. I ill their straitened nuances they do the Chinese had bronze coins as sari; >

Interesting to Asthma Sufferers. They do me more !rood than any- the best, they can and pray for Kyanng as III' Il.I! C. But Herodotus. "'In

Daniel Haute of Otterville, Iowa, thiu? I have ever tried.1 Hargi{;' Taws to came all1.' ;.Honalioe's; Mas- "
father of history ascribes\ the "in\eu in Cases cf 4 Full Quarts at S3.20 m cm
write : "I !have had asthma for Pharmacy John hE-pl'ard.: :Sidney a7.I1"; "'. I tion" of coins to the J. 'llian -tlotii
Kahn. -- ---
three or four year? and have tried - -- nine centuries II. C., and there is ii"
I 1I"lIf"; : :-\ Fui i.; distilled at the N..|I-u .
about all the eoujrli and asthma satisfactory evidence that coins Wt r.knotii .
cures in the market :and have (*innt* mid 1.10111I1. or spare.rllere Th(' ev'.i:i p putt of Halifax! implied in I \', and i is fully matured in w
; received prior to that dnte.!
I is ji.-i iinaieiise{ raiue <>f Ufferfivv it is absolutely and! not a
treatment from phyiciau"in the adi.ze (lo to Halifax: came to itby pure
j New York and other'cities, !iii! tlit' lirislitni- of the stars inheritance from Halifax in Yorkshire I -- --- by any Whi-kVy of the same a>'
4eROYAL
but little benefit then the sii'i is taken fur a standard. Hank Incrutltutlr.first ; where proilticfd. The Royal Staudai:
I'ot't'ry until nnfflniid. Halifax law as may
1 tried Fol.\.'- Honey and -onipiiriwin.. Some of the stars unit Tr.11I111--1 ran across! a ri1iIn i ar old when bottled, and, consider
l I. gathered from letter of LordLeicester
Tar which <;; ve me immediate only line hundredth! as much lightas ;: e a the of mine lately but after all I duos lIt qtiility, i i- the cheapest wiiij-kny

relief and I will never be the sun emits other emit 11 thousand quoted by )!l.tlt'y."u.< that fcr him: wouldn't gimme a cent.Second at that price. As a beverage and -
criminals! should "condemned first I
i' without it in What did do fcr ly pure stimulant, there is none ben-
mhuut'. I sincerelyrecommend times as much iiiht as he does.Iiiiltf I Tramp-- you
and ill'llIin..1 Upon afterward. cases containing no marks whatevi r :
it D'Al'-
t1 all! W. A.embettel.1 S. P.ilafox. Halifax!! lay within the forest fifHardw .. If purcha-er. upon examiu
: I First Fer ten I've beentraveltn'
Tramp-
leant two stars earn nf which is probably years
irk i where the law was that if a -, is not satisfied with the qualitycan

"I lr..1 ,.Isar.. l'MA tiiiies as bright! as the sun felon \b as t:,Len with i;>'j pence worth I under an assumed name j"ttll return the same at our expense and n\
which sifrniSefs that if either of th.>st' spare his ("din's.-Town and coun will be refunded.
The iitei.iiid; lark i is well known of *toeti! PMHS he should be tried by
l stars were as near to us as the sun; Is i try. AIIIfderIwuld be accompanied by "JI'
118 a foe 1" \\"IIItl'-: Itl'i!\ follow a four n'rth Imrirer! from four tot" the precinct .
it would! outshine him t.,1tiUJt.s in I IIGHTYEAasOLD currency po"ti>flice moneyorder bank draft x
deadhalr; to the ship.:{ :+t.J show no towns and if condemned *y them Quit on the Mlnnte. .
We refer
order. I-
Ju 7-ui to rstar
I'risht'M-ss.: The two !stars are Cano- pre money
fear of' tie! men while they are eiipiiredla : pus, which I I. in the southern hemisphere i,j be h.iL'ed the next day. After this I Pat-What caused the big explosion'MikeClley Afi Hank or any merchant in Pensacola

'1 cutting; up the prey, biiiiii; out lumps 1 procvdiiz had been carried out to the I wuz ('arr 'ill' a case; avj
:
and invisible from our part of
from it a.. loll a- a tint ii',' h.'ad. Sometimes letter the case might be sent to a jury. dynamite when the whistle blew.Ex-
the earth and Kijrel, one tif the two j S.
it happens that a man will full! Halifax is also credited; with belli chanze. A. FRIEDMAN.
1'rtgh.test.tars in the constellation Ori
tff the slippery: side ef the whale close the home of the guillotine! which the, --- _. ui..i

by the ...h..rloti\ l I the latter rear attacks on. recent. Earl Morton, introduced into ; On the first 'ndication of kidney\ S".E P {OPKIfTOK. FKXSACOLA 1I" iTKLI.I'H'lNr

; him. Loins; intent upon ptr;:ing; Scotland: only to have his own headchfpcil trouble stop it by taking F< l ley'a
3lNIIU. V.\ItlS1u. oIT"ith it. II11nt'Clrl'. \V. A. D'Alemberte.
1,1,11'with the tiesli! i.f the cetacean.Tlie .
I The reader of this will be 121 :S. Palafox. O. BU[ 1114. : 1TB
wounds from tbrutct paper HiSKEI
most st-MTe ,
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i the wha.t-pi' knives will not IMTtuadc pleased' to It-urii that there i i.. at least: \\ h..l<-.nlr. I ----

it to drs.-t. Tin-! !-pe.-ie> uf shark one dreaded di-e.t-" that :-cience Sammy (admiringly surveying his DR. KING'S ,, dA RalI MAK t.rf handle every: chI=s tlf Liquor- : ,

it often partly! nr u holly'! blinded by a "lad been able in l'IUtit' : all ittare: lately arrhed twin l'i"It'rsl-ltioJ you bulk ,r bottle wholesale or retail!, at pn!< .Y ...

parasiticnrni thrte inches !Ion;; which and that i< catarrh. Hall's Catarrh get them eheajH-r by taking the two.papa' TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR < are way down.

I.I fastens itself at the conn nf the e.\o Cure i j.. the' only positive cure now :Smart: .Set.Courtesy AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.

; end tires on its tluul-. it u.iw'u to the ihedical fraternity THAT COLD.

Catarrh being a cun-titiitional diEld. -- TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
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is a blessing fivra the heartof
"" require- con-t itutioiial; treatMiviit. -
i ill U 111 Molnu.One's a :0011 and Cures ConsumptionCuughstCol } iAZICKE&CO.
f Hall'Catarrh Cure i is taken ; man a deadly weapon I
rllltfliluk is oft n haltedtj i internally actinsr Iirtetly theMaud III the hands of a villain.If : Bronchitis Asthma
upon "
d : :
fear of what others\ will say about and ,
muc un..urface- the
1L This l 10 e e\en more a barrier I neumonialflasFev'er'leu-
may sytm tlureby d. -troyingthe' foun
you cannot be clever be careful..lntrim. \.- Plumber Gas and Steam
li> the work than the feartif not doim; it at iii n oi the' di-ea-c. and iriviiiij the "Naked Truths and Veiled Allusions. risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, fitter,

the work at all.: It takes! couraire todo p.itii-nt -trehirth by building/ up the "
.
what we believee: oll:;Lt to do. coiistitntini: and a..-i i-tiiijr 1Iltnrtill' Sore Throat, Croup and

("L"Iwe' think we shall: be criticisedXT doiiij; it- work. The proprietors Whooping Cough. No. i South Palafox Str*"t,
haveo much faith in Sail From an ..\ [I'ul Fate. All Kind and Gas
its Maf-rinl-
OL Plumbing
misunderstood or .,,,rnt.l. Hut the curative Fitting Kept on Hand
powerthat they otter One Hundred ""Kverybody: I had conumption NO CURE. NO PAY. .s''li.'ptartyll ..,.. .W-J." At'
:tie i in doing what
real ealamav not ;
I>..Ilarfir any i-ae th.it it fail tocU't' Price 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.
write Mr*. .\. M. Shields of
/we ouht.; Of this it is well to have
.
feud' for list of tetimonialsAddress.
to FtronK u fear that we ball have F. J. CliENKY:. it Co.. Chambersburg, P.i.. "I'a- so low :

courage to face \\ tt ttevtr others may Toledo, O. 'ifterix month of severeicknetsk WEEKLY: l CIIU L f .A. JM: A. v ery

fay of our right; tlolll:':. 4F"S"ld by Orugkts.; i 75c. caused by Hay Fever and \*thma. FOR STEAM DIVISION .
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that few thought: 1 could get well 1'K.NBACOLA tLtCI1tICTEItMINA: :
H..I.. from for nrihin %'notl but I learned of the mIf\'fl"u"lJ1forit: '*r'('lFcK; TO AVERY t Il Uj ;f-1111\

' Read It in His Newspaper. see m i'yijr-Biuiiia.lie tifji.o t.re fur sea;h*. of Dr. King's; New Discovery for UAILWAY COMPANY.Tr .
George Srhaijn. a wellknuwn (Jer- IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
L'on-umption. u-ed it, and wa completely !n have ft-nsacola for the Lilt
L"aneitlzoi of New Lebanon. Ohio. cured." For de-pf-rat' Throat Kayoo, Kit Dsyou. Warrlngton. Nary 'tlr

ia cun-t lilt reader <>f the /'" I. '"? and Lung DIeaeit i i.. the safest and ton Barrancas at HARD1STARE.

Volkt a. m.arrive at Fort Karraocai 7:1t. i
:',nr C nigh*, fold and Bronchial lUmi I a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancas 10: aa.o
aims adverti-e "ny! tu! 1/10: p.m.arrlvest Fort Barrancai 1:45: p nI
r For Infants and Children. .Atlfioti (tuarantfd bottle* utie. :$i p. m. arrive at tort Harraacas 4:1: p t Iron, :\ail Axe-. .Sh"vi-| :o'a'f 'j I rd j *.;". unbnatupplies.
treat in ItS column! *, and( when !lie -aw; lid l.iN Trial bottle free at W. A. A( :15 p.m. arrln at Kort Karrancai Tmp .
t (Flie I -< lokluKal.tI Heatitu v "-, pint <)il,
k Chamberlain' P.iin H.ilmadverti-eil Kind You Have Always Boughs D'Alemberte', 121 South Falafox.: "Si: .i p.m. arrive at Fort Karraocai 5at p.r
Trains 'eave Fort Barraocat for Penis Window Glad. Gun;. Pi-toU :u-, i G'u.I.- I ,"k II .
;; therein for lame b.uiie! dul nut cola at ,

hesitate in buying a bottle of ,it t"lfbi5 gears thet3igiLatare We will launder your spreads for Agate and 'l' nwarc ana Houseririiisliiii (1 JAOENSFOIl ,lody.
( (5( cent* each and make them look 7:15 a.m. arrive at 1'"naenlaJ" a. t ;
'i wife who for eight we k* had
of lliiu p m. arrive at 1'l'n'acola..ll p.a
suffered with themo iu her back and c"uldtget n.> 1.-1I"t. Sala p m arrive at Prn.acola. .. 8ti p o
7DIp: m.arrlveatPetescola.-.1ai p Giant stitched P.eltin. Northampton Emery
He say* : "After using the! Pain CHIC HiTER'S .!) .& m. arrlv" at Peueacola. &:11I. II '
E"'GLISoIENNYROYAL : p. Wheel Co., L' ftin & Hand Powder t'o., Johnson's Kilomiue -
K.ilm for a few days wife said ttae < xaturdayi only
my PILLS Iron lime: and Back TP'veand Ranges, 1 'm.
'I feel as though born uiew" r FAEK FOK WEEK DATS.Heniacola '
.. I Coups 5c Co. Raw Hide Lac- Leather Ma*nry'.
tI.I..1
and before using the entire contentof fI'.... 'L'. "".1 UNIV..r.U.n I..U...... :"-,,'" to Fort Barraccat and morn Ib.l'enacola Made Railroad Colors.
the bottle the unbearable paid 1 \': -j, C"lIlt.llt..lt.Po... KX.L1MI to Navy Yard std rt'tlan1I&
niB signitur: n. on every o..s .., ttl KIO (..W w... te. -.rt .nlacola to Palmetto Reach and retcro Id9CSDAT
had entirellnih..J: > and she! could! m- .
Masonic Temple. Fla.
1 loh. Pensacola
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aaiu take up her household duti>*." Uxatne Bromo:QuinineT":'iets m->* ><' l>...e..<'.r.... '-.l>.lll.U olh.... .....t KrfuM linlu. ICH1DUDI. I ,
,
He i* very thankful and hope- that! tbe ixuejy!a l curt a .. LOJ "1..II.r J.l.4,...-.... open eoacbes.Lf
:allntferfn, likewi-e will hear ol f j., ..n tl. alt 14,0.. .' ..r.,. -t!.re y, av( oiacola LT Port HarruOl' :

her wonderful rtlc.wfQThi.* v.ilu rM "', II..1U.he.trrh.I..lw. 'Q... I'III.,.., ft a.m. 10 a, m. w. B. WRIGHT>> comply
'E able liniment i* for ale by all ,dm: II Happy Ii ea 11 a. m, II m itt ,
P II 0 ill e
girt'* and medicine dealer y Icells 1 p. m. I p.m \
J t 1' CURE YOURSELF p.m to. x, i MANTFACTUKERS AND IEALEKS IN

furnished home. Marston tTiLES r.. Htornnnataralhtase.n p.m.p.mp.m. ...I.. I.
discbaretelonammatruae.Otanattrd --= = -
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4') Jttinii can lrtll.tlo0err cUera'.iuct T .- '- jTLUMBER? LATHS
supply
6 tp.m.
: youuiitli tot i* iiricun. bf macons memuine*. 1 p m.
i all needed in the Pn.eeu C t wayof nalrl.ECHEV CSL rent yr yol.ouous. art Barrateat Nary y :
ft1I"IIo !\", I. en Try Vs: of the |r noin house furnishings at the ae'hHno.bold by Drat Ists, Hard and retnrc_____ a LrL4 S SUED SSg'GLES..Klin.Drjfi' K

!, La iativeBromo-Quininezatleta: r.&A, cr etnt iaI.I.WX tlaa: wratir. Haniacola to Palmetto K aeb *ta .
!ou'estprices cash or credit. tap e\r, ,rrDald !set ..IUfJl_______ I" :J
.i the remedy tht core b cold In one Uj.I or 3 Currie, t-a.
--. PEN 1ACOLA. FLAq ,
Urctiar seat (a rWgt I No freight received after 1:15 p. m. I

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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11,1902.

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:,, MODERN ADVERTISING. ,I' Following: the Flowers


:: How a %ew York Ho*tan run! Keeper!

Kodol' Turn an B"nrst l'e:1I1)! It a title always associated with the name of the author of that column in the Ladies' Home Journal Eben E.

An enter! rlblaj restaurant keeper in Rexford, the Shiocton, Wis., poet and story writer. One always thinks of a nature lover like lj.'r. Rexford as the

lit.raid sfjtiarth...s evolved a new possessor of bounding health and superabundant vitality, so it sounds odd to hear that he was a confirmed

M-lieme to odd, to the 1.0 mean revenue dyspeptic not so very long ago. The story of his trouble and its cure is best told in Mr. ReiforJ's own word

Le already derives from the sale of eataMcs "Having need of a remedy for Indigestion" writes the floricultural editor of


Dyspepsia Cures thirsty and i>:itruns.Tor drinkatk'-. to hungry; and THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL

some tune past he has had hisnano' "I decided giving Kodol Dyspepsia Cure a trial, expecting only temporary relief but am glad to say tad a few
s. re lover makes a mistake and the preparation which duplicates suuipctl tin "rhiiia" in which bottles afforded permanent relief and restored the tone of the digestive organs to iu natural condition. I ca
.,:; annul f.ul. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure never fails because it di- food and dunk I ItoUel'olt.tI heartily recommend it."
are sencd and this "
v,-. fo'' llly nature own process. Its affect equally prompt on NORMAL CONDITIONSare
h .,.anal and chronic cases of Indigestion, dyspepsia and stomach ; to him the i"it>: ibility of err i

,, omykind. It digests what you eat while the stomach rests.t Urging on the idea and not only have referred to by Mr. Rexford as natural conditions. This is undoubtedly the correct view The normal man li a

.f'' ,?' h i necessary. Eat all the Rood food you want. "We have the Mauipin: ; dune for nothing, but Increase ; healthy man. Health depends on the digestion. If the digestion is good the health is good. If the digestion u

.e ic Kodul Dyspepsia Cure for the past! two years and have also his income as well.: I poor the general health always suffers.

.? I' write Bowman & Sons of Valley Furnace W. Va.. "and never He forthwith sought out a firm that ,
v\ j, I ,f ;, failure. We are so confident of its merits that we sell every I achertibcs olteusively and! utruith'I I, DIGESTION IS NATURAL; INDIGESTION UNNATURAL

t ':' UI lier our persoualuarantee.It Kodol Dyspepsia Cure never tail,;, his i>n.ix.t! ;./::, with the result that a !! But so many of ns hare strayed away from natural conditions that few people are really healthy. Hasty eating,

Cures All Stomach Troubles. contract was dllwdnt once.: Now the irregular hours, mild disdpation, a dozen other stomach destroying customs of the day have made dyspepsia and

j names of different; brands of goods ore i j indigestion the characteristic complaints of the generation. If the sufferers knew how easily such troubles can
"N F (l TVWjttAjforiijcaga, The tl.hottlp contalasS times the 51\< \ sif.sr : forced on be cured there probably wouldn't be so many of them.
jatrons willy hilly.'lituse
-r from biliousness or constipation use the famouslittleliver I '
who could turn their hacks :
.DeWitt's Little EARLY RISERS. They never pripe..iu on KODOL DYSPEPSIA CUREwill
I an ad\erti.Nt-ment when it was displayj i j

.' SheppardHarris'; Pharmacy Kidney Kahn. ed on a ft-iuv ,,1' avert their ,.) f'i when I do just as much for others as it did for Mr. Rexford. It I is not so
I much a medicine as a digestant. There have been and are other dyspepsia
it is
I on a car or train are ositiU'ly
remedies which afford relief certain
I temporary by digesting
I' ttnl.vl.| classes of food. What is really wanted, however, it a preparation
'\1 nod III. skin. crass orko Ia.ill. As they'p! : their! cup of coffee or mu:; I which will digest all classes without the stomach's aid. This is the
If you want to Miiiii.M- friends at an of milk the I.-tter. of the
adertisementIwdn result
"i thekii opm nn l i t accomplished by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It is the only preparation
I,j freiiueut bathing; picuiii4 party, tell them that you can to sH'p-ar until when the utensil j which digests any and every kind of food. You need variety. A

:j gust as t'juruuvhlywer draw a cork out I'f any bottle withouta is nearly c1:1'ty! their! eyes are looking diet is often injurious. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure renders a diet entirely

dors f ivrksm'w. ( If courMthey will stmislit at ILl :id\(>rti"emi'nt in all its unnecessary. It rests the stomach by digesting hat you eat This
or t> crew
latish. I lout \1'1')' soon it will be jour attract!\'t'U'.s. I; rest and the wholesome tonics contained in Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
and
it more slowly | soon restores perfect health.
cells wliil'h' c.v.u- :, turn to llUhh. l It is the >aue as the dishes: arc beingemp'icd \
"
Take a i'irtt (T s -::lie., \\ax and hold ly the patrons. The only WORD OF PRAISE
nf the way
.la I ftmleriuU
: i iiwitl .
"I was troubled with indigestion; long time,"wrilM W. H. Bor
a rth
one t'wlt it o\tr u laniji or gas jft until to avoid s.-.'i':_ the iltlyerti"'mt>lIt is promt
% merchant and of
ant push cifr vent mla owner of Yore Air Ma.1 consulted t number doctor!
i :l.iyor iiiiist be win- :' it luiiimt-s s.'ft: then let some drop' nut t.. ,at the (.....1. The ads arc I and tried many ktnJiol medicine but nothing did me any good. Finally I took
of the wax fall "
i his pit l. '>s. which I i I cups recommend it to .U."ffcrers from stomach trouble.
: the cork is entered
tl's stun as plates.:
:...il tun. h, :alsoluti-y! (; "I bad Dyspepsia for fifteen years "says Jerre Long general merchant of
.ith! and beauty of with wax you must pr'is tinpiece The restaurant man and the adertier Blue Knob, Pa. "I tried all .mcls of remedies and got medicine from many dos
i i, which you hold in jour hand against are lid!! satisned with the rii t"r5 but got no relief. Lately hate been using Kodol Dyspepsia Cure,and hue
'ro rapid: this jirnc- been feelicg better ever since I started I hare an appetite and what I eat agrees
the clear and I I the cork and yon Enlist hold it tlu-re Milts, and they reek little what the with me. 1 mut eire the credit to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and would recommend
more ;, w. H. fozista. it to all other suffering from the dreaded disease of "
ies the cptderluls and until the wax is quite dry. Then it patrons think of the scheme to coerce dyspepsia. ,

.1 ridelety the skin I will!! be easy for you to draw out the them into reading the matter displayed ': npirad by E. C.DeW lit A Co.,CMci0. The S t.00 Batttt contains' 2H tlmii at much (by actual meisurtmint) it hi trial sits
I cork liy using the' stick of wax which iu this fashion.-New York Telegram. which nils for 10 cinu.
constantly furminsr ; (
,' adheres to it in the same manner as' DI
I KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE YOU EATIIATThey
II I'I you would use a screw.

..pper in (bf'4'f'. I I No matter how firmly tixed the cork A Real Friend. I -- _-

> uf certain kinds of may I.... it will almost immediately "I suffered from dypep and indigestion I DR. MOFPETT'S [ Cures Cbolera.Infagtnr>l,

due to the milk ha v- 'I yield to the pressure. You mrM. however :!i ; for fifteen years." say W. I Did Agree! With Him. 'i K I Diarrhoea.Dysentery

"- ruling: ia copper veer take care not to wr":-'i the stick Murdcvant of Merry Oaks X. C. ".\lthou!:::. I feel that your p:1rl'nts' the Bowel troubles of
.
1 s period of repose the of wax away from it w.. ..' you are "After I had tried many doctors and and I will never agree" he begau. r ((-N' Children of Any Ags.tti .

.mMilorable quantities drawlmj It out and you imit also seei,1 medicines to no avail one of lay i "Really, Mr. Gayley." she Interrupted. (Aids Digestion, Regulate(
friends persuaded me to try Kodol.It itTMIMG.PO WDt1i,1J)!
he "While I know 1 pi the Bowelsatreagthtss
But continui nm
before
that the cork is
.. J it is customary to perfectly dry gave immediate relief. I can eat A
_"...> of acidity attained I you pour any was on it. ;i almost anything I want now and my most unworthy or you"- "Well papa: : Costs Only 23 cents at Druggists, the TEETHING Child .nd FASTS

i" .tms;: the gradual dis- digestion is good. I cheerfully j' and mamma agree with you there, Mr. t ( JOr Bail Si eaU to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS MO.

,.' brightness; of the nrnuul TI".u. i recommend Kodol." Don't try to Ca'l..y.-I'hiladdphla Record.Nofrood Col H in bun, Car, .-1"g. %4, IH't. *
The m:1It'ah'r is usually an oldertiger cure stomach trouble by dieting UK. ('. j. jiurt'ETT-Vear Dnrtor: Ire gare your TEETHi\A (Teething
Dr.
surface.
i -i.ilic! birders) to our little grand rhild with the happiest result The
- effect
,I twenty-five samples whoso strength is failing and |I That only further weakens the sys! were almost magical, and(',,"'ai"'lIlIIo,," mitigtactorv than from anything
whose teeth have partly lost their tem. You need wholesome strengthening ; health uule the kidneys treererimed. lour* rent truly, JO" "'I'lt S. KEY,
\ cbf >>e from ,'arll food. Kodol enables you to are found.' Foley's Kidney Cure (sow Bishop Southern UtthwlM Church.) 1'astor of M. M'liul Churth.
>)u\.1 that to about sharpness :Such a beast finds it easier '1 assimilate what you eat by digesting -make the kidneys n>ht. W. A.

.- "f choosy there N to lurk in the vicinity settlements it without the stomach's aid.Harris' I D'Aleuiberte 121 S. Palafox. TIME TABLE.
and to pick: up an occasional man woman I
? .i grains of copper. ; Pharmacy, John Sheppard,,
or child! than to run down wildC.'ltte. Sidney Kahn. :
I LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD-
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The Beer IN EFFECT DECEMBER 1. 1401
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The largest, fiercest and most brightly The One: That Chose to Fay. 1 -

I colored t o'rs are found in the province i Three men had ken out on n spreeand 1 New Orleans and. Mobile.
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;l nmm\ FOR : of n'u,:11. near tjj** mouthof ':, on theway home late at night! ThatVICTORIA Made !, "0.1\. f o... 1 So.t. No.e. 1 .......1. No 6.7:1i .
i the (;:lII'S river and iiot far from they made a wager that the one who, : a UI m 11:1) p Leave ....Pf'oncola..Arrln 5:1)0 a i ':01 p 8:00 p
1 ralcutta. .1 full: grown lencal! ti ;t-r did! not do as' his wife told him should!' 9:51 a 2..7 p j112 a Leave ..... t1omaroll ..... Leave :!:a.'i a JI 12:3) p 7:25 p
THE PEOPLE.h I II 11:011 a 4::!! p I 2si a Leave ... Mobile ,.. Leave i2;$ n't 1":Ii D 11:00 p
f I sometimes measures ten feet from nose pay for a champagne supper the following D!HHH E I SSER !9MOVS U ... ..M :"p I 7318: l.save __New,liriean9 Leave _9OIp. .2::!; a .._

hord Losts loo Cent I to tip of tail. Such! a monster makes : nizht. North.So .
a n.) more account of sprinsinu: upon a I The tint one returned home and his I

and I-HrJ Hr rd is Head i nun that a cat does of seizing a mouse i i wife greeted him thus: 2. No. .. So. 1 tio S.

By E4erlhody.M4)N1:1' I lie surpasses the lion in strength and! "Il. I1", )ou beauty! That's right,., -15- 11'a pm I:15 p m Leave ..... Pensacola ....\rrlve 4:00' p m 11.1 a m
-- 1\:15a m d:5p m Arrive .. )I/ntgom"ry _.1 eave 11:15 a m 8S5: p iii
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-- ferocity and has no rival among beasts knock all the ornaments off the mantel' 11:5 am IIOi pm Arrive- Birmingham _.L aV8 113:1: am 4:16 p m
of proy except the grizzly bear and the piece": 1:1) p IU .1 i0 e m Arnve...... Nashville ......Leave .. ... S .. _

'J'O. .141'NU... ... I recently discovered giuii'li'I'lr of Alas- He knocked thorn all off. !i I,I j 210):') am am 11:5 1:1.1 am a m.rnve.I Arrlve..Clnclooatl..Leave. .... Loolnlllt ......Leave 8:15:tltJpm pm 1l:15pm 2:45 a m

'1 TO LOAN-On bou;.'!bold forniiries I.a.it.ldltllas.. i The second returned and on going! : MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. 1:h 1a m ltit p m Arrv Mt. Lull ..Leav", 4I JIm 1:55 pm

a-rty.,cows Term and easy all kinds strictest ot peer I into his house fell against the pia 110.wherenpon .,. mST: 10-CKNT BOTTLE BEKK: : PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.

e'"ntej.. Apply to A.t'1al..r., The forgotten Hot. his wife said: IN TOWN.DANNHEISSER.
Halafox street. A wedding took place a short time i No. 21-Daily :So 8-Dat:y I No stop where time not shown So. -Dally No. 22-Davy
"
| ';0 on; get a chopper and smash i il't
--- ------ -. hack: ill1 law; town iu the north ofUmand. ui:r'He BROS. 11:55 pm 1:.' a m (Leave.. ... Pensacola------Arrive I 10iio) pm1:311 P III
LENDon real h .. ''
M improved tsirje the service conductedby 12:15: night 1:1:1 lIob"lnla. NI1' "" 11"
or small amounts at low being did so. AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED 12::'} j'li" Ynlestra........ I\I', ":01"
"I Call on Leslin !-:. Brooks. a rather eccentricicar.. Two days 1 The third returned, and on going ur) 1Jt.: 1:11" .........E caDibla. ...... 10:31 6:57; "
a' It set ?'l'jrt.!! Falafox St., Fibber after the he called at the 1:::j) 7::!> ." .... ..... Malat .......... jt3 11.3 .
Sinlm ceremony stairs his wife said: I I. W. Harper Whi stey.n LU: 7.:1" .. ... ... Harp ..... ... lO:2t 11:10) .
hou.v of the bridegroom's rupther, but "You miserable scamp, fall downtairs 12:5') II 7'8.1 II. .........GoilCity ......... 10:13 n 11:27 to
she happened to be out so he .said he Main Home-401 S. Palafox street j 12'vt II 1N ..... Milton. ..... 10:10 : 6:9)! "
- 1>AY-loyou< ned money and break neckl"! .. ..... ..
M 1 your I:)\1) am. Good Ran ge ..._. \ .:i); "
:, "I .. TOW. any amount you want would call again which bedid-later; on 1 Needless: to he paid fur the sup R. R. Exchane-Opp. Union DepotP. 1:5-1": 14 IS ...... .... Halts .... ..... 813 4:85 "
a- term and lowest ratesftble.on'mprovedcity say O. Box 241. Pensacola: Fla. h .. ? ......... "
In the day carrying! two 'large green 1' ; 2.,1 "'$) )Hillman-----_ Ii::!>) 'I 4:11 "
-I'I'a: 's re,l ': per.-London Spare Moments. Phones 116.218.It's 2; 1" 941 .II. .........l.r..tnew........ 8:13' .:.10"
r w 11 Elsber,1O4t- South Pala- bags under his arm. 8:"' 'I.ioI II .......11 f'er Land ....._ IIM" I 11\4: "
j .ln-tl This time he found ):began ( -i I The Solemn Quaker. Sl" 9:1) .. Mossy: IleaeS.._. 8:41 I I 11:11 u
-- -- heath ) 4:1, II sa.DeFuntakitpringt: .. is .li" 2:1"
1 \ M rt) BORROW MONEY by asking them the table I :< At the funeral of a lawyer of state 4:19 9:44 .. ...... Argylll ....... 1H" 231 "
I ,mure your property, pro- a little. Then he opened the green reputation who lived and practiced ira : a Mistake 4:41 9:57 ......Ponce de Leoll.... 7::. I 2:18"
.tic buy or sell real es- I 11:00" 1):1) ... .. ..%Sesttille.- 1:11" IM"
S .\ of any description, have bags: from which he took the registers. town not far from Philadelphia am I 11:11'1" ld) Ii ." .. ..... Car\'ll1e._..- 5' 7:1.1 1:41 "
your tale attended to, These he opened and in a most bolemu his friend II a9 1:10': _....__.lIooUay ......_ 6M: I 1: '1"
.- 1 no.. C. Watson A Co. I who was known among ; 6:'.) 1>):\: ? ..........lhlpl..y: .. ...... esf 1'14"
-. .-urance agents. Fensa- tone said.: thereabout as an unbclieu-r an emi First-Class Western Beef Is d:$} 11:11; .Collondale ....._ 4:19 12:39: noon
moderate. To everyone' "Mrs.Vll.iins.:! you have forgotten' I from Philadelphkreached ] a; ::' J" 11:3 h .........Jlarlanna------_ /I:..' U:1f"
font gentleman
..
,
u_ we will lend money 1\1): II 11:', .. 'yprllsl .... .... IIS II'i a.
a house. siltfi 'I to dot the "i" in niizabrth. the house after the min1t,1htd r Not 25 Cents a Pound. 1:'- II 11:5: I. ,". .....Grand Ridge..._. 5:8: li1 ".
The family breathed once more, begun;: the ermon. Not knowinj: r:i); 12:I)S noon 1i08ads .. .. .... II::I h 1'\1) h
S:13" UIS"rrlve..Rlv..rJooctlouL".VA 11:10" 10):1(1 "
I "I I I'AN'rlU.. how far the services had l.ro.c.'sst'l.l.e : .,

1 .. The ( lircUreln.Tlie accosted a well known Quaker of Look at our Prices : --. -

\\ -ara barber We trade.ant, overcheck bears al"jut the same the town, who was a friend of the deceased Li,tyear. \'OWI 4 =GOLAYGO ; CHOICEST

io rudnatea>ition ever oTered, relation to the horse as the county jail and! who was noted for his greatsense t Extra Loin. . .. .tictolSc 20c'' I

:,a ton for $ll' weekjy does to human society. In case of the of humor and leaning over his I Round .. .. .. .. ... 13c loc1 I I Grist and Corn -OKManufacturer -
< Meal pills ;
t \ :-r Barber. (1'l1"Il', trotting horse It seems that some device i In Brisket and Chuck. >c lOc I
'' shoulder asked a whisper:

101 : -\.141. .. ;. jl'-tf- n horse must to carry b" used Its in head order!out to almost C')11111l11 In :I reached"11 hat?,"part of the services have they.iRibRoa-t! Ramp-idering. .. .... .... ..quality... .... .. .. .. above 13c loc: prices 15c l..ci iCon !I IL [i H. F. GONZALEZ & CO.* Prop I, : r FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY ij f[ [ Y

that the
a line with its neck so cure To which the Quaker, without a
.
! I F .V KXKUAIN: ceo attire of the latter at the throttle will' are cheaper than in any other city of''! CHOICE MfALa11)PURPGROUNDPatronise i -AT-
: .*l?on, near Halafot smile, replied: Urn size in the country. I IWe STOCK FEKD. '!
i aftFor iitrttcu-- not cramp the windpipe or shut IIff "Just opened for the defense."-Philadelphia !
I do have to pay more for our Home Indnstry for there li C. APOSTLE'S
.
Watson A Co. HealI
: horse's wind. In cage of the running -
the Times. meat and Lave to should Meal and
.1.0111"- I charge more j every reason you buy your ,
horse it naturally extends the Stock Feed from tae Home Manufacturer.
I than formerly, but it I n't our fault, )
neck\ without artiticial aid. Would Aerept Information Gladly Iowa lor by so doing yon encourage: home Indai- 14 East Government! St
MIllill. head and ; and we are selling as < we pos. try. Your money Is left la the community 'J
This is because the gallop is the horse's: Patronizing Hotel Clerk-And now, slbly can. and you In tarn are Indirectly benefited.In .

I n i .\ .Jy i furnished room attivi1. natural gate, while the trot is artificial sir. if you hear any one Inquire for a eontrlbutetothecaaseof fostering the home manufacturer labor. Yon owe you Formerly Cordova Restaurant HtaniJ
PARLOR MARKET
-: alit when it comes to extreme epeed.Hence I !goixl hotel In this town- :: It to thecommcnity which you live and One carload of Pineapples at 11.75

-' \\'l1nl..I. the overt-beet is needed. In the Departing Guest (l'arprIY-Y1, yes:!: Per..)lee li3. tluu. S. Ht'lI.SIIU"! i which contributes to roar support i to $2.00 per dozen.

--....- ---- -- utility horses the checkreiu is ueuTneeded. (Jo i'ii and tell me. Ever since I have __. .. ,

\' t ",I .o1c tnr: will peg .-I'ield and I'arm. been In this house I have been wonder -
-- "n to ngdt one. Ad.Sive. Ins what Il bhould say if any one asked

m-ttf Inherent Dread of Cat For not. me about a good !hotel! in jour town.-

iS A e TI'U, The instinctive fear which cats have Los Angeles Herald. F. EBrawner'sOne- Piice *CashHouse

of dogs is illustrated very amusinglyby : .

M \ftulannul ".;ot.. at NickMl stroking;: a dog and then caressing:: a
I,. -( blind and newborn kitten with thet.ame Tile hltteriwil I

\\ a' kinds ot empty beer hand that has touched the dog.: OSeI YTTFR. positively cure .CUT PRICES IN TWO !

H. A.FaILollS. nov)tf At once the kitten will spit and tluft! 1' C ELEBR ATE 0 Indigestioa.Dyspepsia .
ii
t 1.HI! most desirable lots In Itself up in the most absurd way, distinguishing i10i
easy terms by the Fisher the smell of the beast ,
; \)yards Dress Swisses, worth 6c 2t) dozen Ladle Lisle Thread 50 piece Medicated 24-inch Cotton
which experience yard 10 yards for g.) cents. Vests, worth 35 cents, yours for 20 ] Diaper 10 yard;) in a piece worth
eratioas has taught it most to dread. ,, Biliousness, ': cents.i !Soc, for this sale, 60c.
l. \\ aiitiMlrustworthy-) .. : .
> IOI)') yard Dress Dimitys, worth i i

\U\ In ai-h Sleeping In Japan. 1/1 I i Nervousness, i\/c.lO'yards for 45 cents. ]i i 1000 t Boy's and Men's collars lilt dozen Ladies' Fast Black, Fall
person
manage bJ>.ine>a,old establolid The Japanese never! sleep with tha {' I' ane Malaria. broken sizes, to close out at 3 each. Seamless Hose regular lOc goods
2i_X)) bleached yard wide Do. 'I
IIn"n'IIullnllnl yards for this sale B}
: the C c a pair; 4 pair for
head to the north. This is because Try a bottl 8 Ladies' Madras and White
II 1. weekly cash salary] Jls mestic, 10 yards for 45 cents. 2 I)
k >-a*-h Wednesday with all ex- dead in Japan are always buried with and satisfy your Waists worth 75c and $1, to close at 25c.I'M

't.. from head'inarters Sv: money CaxChicago. the head in that position. In sleeping; self. The genii. 2000yard* unbleached Sea Island 45c. I () dozen Men's Seamless Half }
Manager -
; xpenses.. j7.Amlw1'ofiyruY. rooms of many of the private houses ire has our Fri. yard wide Domestic, 10 yards for 45- Hose, in brown, red and black, for !.

and of hotels! a diagram of the point blOTERS vateStamp ova r cents. W pair; Lace: Curtains, 212 yards I 5c a pair
the neck i ; regular T5c goods, to close at
of the compass is posted upon the ceilIng i 2oOO yards Embroideries, regular I Ilong.. 25 dozen Men's French Dropped.

'. OMB BROWN: LKOHORN8'IT ; for the convenience of guests. price 7>i to S';c. 10 yards for 45 cents. '1 i I Stitched Under Shirts, worth 40c, to
tock and Eggs for sale.at PROFESSIONAL CARDS 25 dozen Large Turkish Bath T tw- | close at 25c each. Drawers to match

-.:.... :" Willis HardwareCo's.ll.Vlll 19stf Mote to Avoid Trouble. 1000 yards Dress Pique and Ducks, ;I els, worth $2 will close at 11.20. I I i g.) dozen Men's
worth 10 and 12-ic. II) yards for boj Fancy Striped
(HOn
Now is the time to provide your ', 20 dozen 21x35-inch Bleached :I Lace Under Shirts: 45c each. Draw.
'I l ." v SRAH-BEIRYE-Msnnlactnrer self and family with a bottle of 'I i!. W. C. ROWE, M. D. j cents. Towels, for this gale, at 60c dozen j i| era to match.
II' dealer In Ealr Goods, Hat .Toilet
*
: a+; :ctatrOtt.\Jto., 8'J W. government Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Office: ITS' S. Palafox.Hourslrom3to9a.m.an1 1000 yards Dress Cross Bar worth 35 dozen 23x42-inch Towels, regular -j 2 dozen Ladies' Black and Coiored '
Sic 10 yards for 50 cents. lOc goods for this sale {Itc Bilk Taffetta Waists
Diarrhoea: Remedy. It is almost 1 13 3 p. c j regular price

i"11e4.1M "'or '1:'luteruln.' certain to be needed before the summer and after 7 o'clock 25 dozen Ladies Bleached Vest, dozen. I Ii j'i 13.50, to close at $2 20 each.

F "Ci'i- FU turntsuedt ia over and if procured now phono OBI with tape in neck, 5 vests for 25 I 5)') yards White Batiste Lawn, 1 This sale will positively not ran

.'. ,-ntit in bouquets orspectaldesigns may save you a trip to town in the cents. i regular 12i quality yards for !X c. !i for longer than one week \
i .' -it* Moreno, $:U West Gregory night or in your busiest season. It


S 4. 't 't''t' t": 1..0 wuit a*. mlm is most everywhere successful medicine admitted to in be use the for I PARKER'SHAIR BALSAM FRAW TER'S ONE-PRICE CASH HOUSE !

, .... - ------ bowel complaiuts, both for children C1tsnod Promote sad* luu bcantifM..nt rmw the th.h : ( K OWER8 and floral Leslgnial and adults. No family can afford to I Merer Pails to BetUrre Oriy ,
>M. designs! ordered for customers be without it. For sale by all drug I I I Hair to it. Youthful* bur Color.tm..jit l!
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On *&
s; -..e rte Moreno, :SiS: Wen Gregory 2 dlm gists and medicine dealers. l. UUY hni ;,t : i()X103 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. @

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THE DAILY..NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA WEDNESDAY.# JUNE 11. 1902fr

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i .!L1II[:: ':: ":E.1' SENATOR MALLORY LAST NIGHT'SPOLITICALDOINGS WHERE TO "Stro est in t the eWorlt



Jr i Politics and ANSWERS 1'
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The 42<1 Annual Statement ir
Year
k JEGISTERSUPERVISOR
i catered: at the Post Office at PensscoU, I Ending December JUf, limn nr
7U.,second-cmatter.
I WILKINSON CALL _

..ttlr l'aIafos OrriCE street:-rui', op-stairs.Building, :rI1S south :|i t Politicians jj jjI !>I I I, The Cosmopolitan club met last I ADAMS APPOINTS I THE[ [EQUITABLE l[ ,


UNITED STACES SENATE night with a disappointing attend

THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. Ir I J. ::1Io Jir ::1Io"'''' :J;"' I WASHINGTON, D. C.. /;, ance, if the word of a leader counts i I DEPUTIES. UH ASSURANCE(
H I I May 31, 1902. ijmm
I. B. HILSON! Managing Editor. The meeting of the Democratic for anything. There were less than I
? I Hon. WilkicEon Call,JacktocTille Fla. ,

= W. M. BALL, Business Manager.f present. 1 The following deputy registration .... ... . .
League at Clutter's hall tomorrow I Sir:-I am in receipt your printed forty persons j Assets! ':)3),0\\:\ :!!)

f Terms: Invariably in Advance night promises to be quite interest- communication addressed to me President Rivers did not show up (; officers have been appointed for the Reserve! and other Liabilities -

( purpose of opening the books in thisi .. .. .. .. .. . gam.
Da Year l>y Mail ..-... .K 00 ing. It is said that a lot of ginger under date of April 24, 1902, wherein and it was some time before his ; ,675(
: .. .. ...... 2 & i county, eo as to allow white democratic --- -
' t Six Months jOn j( will be into the speeches. All in place could be filled. Hon. JamesM. put me to meet a for the -
tr+ Week.by Carrier Payable Monday 10 j jtdttrtitirg I you request you j voters to qualify primary dends are paid,. .. . $7
democrats are I invited to attend. canvass before the people for their Hilliard was called to the chair : election called for July 15, --- -11(01'
i :
t, fates Furnished on Application choice of a senator of the United and told the "boys" that the presi- 19Ifl: Paid to Policy-holders in

i 1901... ...... ... ... .
books will be in Precinct O. C. Clifford $ r'
I Registration open I dent they had elected hid failed to No. I (Nix's )- -,6.,
4 TELEPHONE NO. III.l'EISAOOLA States from Florida, and notify me New Insurance .
will registration! office. in 1001. I :IttI iu
jail the precincts tomorrow and I $
r i I I that you will contest! ray right to reelection qualify and that another electionwas No. Kupfrian'g, C. M. Asker- I Total Insurance in force

ir i I remain open three days. See that on four grounds, therein mandatory.The gren. I Dec. 31, 1901. .. .. 'I i i7J: ;!, !>. -,.
/UNION I LABEL:) ''you vote in the ,! No. 3-Millview, W. W. Crow. M<
to '
are qualified
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r. r set forth. Lonor was offered to Hon. J. No. 4-Ferry Pass, 8. P. Hendrix. Notwithstanding the greats fit au

primary-and don't fail to pay your M. Hilliard but he declined and No. 5-Beulah, A. J. Buzbee. cial strength of the Society and o) ,
I In response thereto, I beg to say, No. 6-Roberts! and Muscogee, E. greater security which it, P .,.

i JUNE 1), 1902. { poll tax before July 5. I that a careful perusal of the alleged I stated that he had been approached I G. Bonifav. holders thereby enjoy the 1UTKK:

l I No. 7-Pine Barren, A. D. Nichol- are LOW and GUARANTEES: 1m,
; I about weeks and had then
k'hN a "The present condition of the Tain- j reasons assigned by you for my rejection two ago ter than given by other con: ,. (e.

d 4; THAT will be a notable gathering many campaign in this county re- i: and your ejection by the peo- declined, as he could not spare the I son.No.. 8-Crabtrees, Oliver White. ,

{ of ex-leaders at the opening of the time from his business.Mr. No. -Bluff Springs. A.J.Cowart. I
I
Tilden club in New York next I minds me of a phra e in my native i ilanguage pie of Florida at the} coming primary No. Wardville( J. A. Godwin. KXOWLES BROS.,
new Kcholls was then chosen, but I 11-Walnut Hill J. R. t5tewI
fails, in judgment, to disclose -
TTa week. Hill, Tilden, Bryan, Olney- said a native of sunny my t I
he, too, declined, as did also Mr. |i iI art. General .\if'nllii
but not Croker! Italy last night. "It is Pre5to ma- the present necessity for, or advisability -i I j I No. 12-City, Willie Sheehan, Cor.

------ Everett. Intendencia and Alcaniz streets. 309 S. Palafox St..
of such a joint discussion as I i PEXs.ii A
turo niarcio which means i
THE benefits! of the street sprinkler presto II Then Mr. Frank RadcliSe nomi I No. 13-City, Thos. G. W. Tuttle, f i
'soon ripe, soon rotten.' Their campaign you propose. house.
are appreciated by a constantly increasing j I court >
number of its patrons. I I' opened with a flourish of music I For me to consent to your reqaeni nated Capt. Frank Wilde and he | No. 14-City, Max Goldstuker.. cor- FISH CHOWDER
Roinana
Palafox and
ner : street,
1.s ; Sometime, perhaps, this enterprise !1 and a flow of beer. It opened early. i i j would only lend a possible coloringof was unanimously elected, but it wasi Pat )Hugh's store. |

: may become public matter, under Sow it is crumbling with rapid decay I I truth and a semblance of dignity I! found that the gentleman was not I No. l5-City, James Dougherty, !i BY THE SEA SHORE
board of DeVilliers and R manaSt,..
the jurisdiction of the pub- j! ; corner (> ,
and another election became
: : i present I
'44 lic works. .'' i to the assertions on which you base | J. B. Dougherty's store. >

your claim to preferment at the ,:, necessary. 1| No. I-Pineville. J. K Hubbird.No. .
;y: ,," and "scientists" and"proftevls" And now new life has been addedto 17-Brent*, Arthur Filhngiin. :>I At the Santa I H: ,.a.; n
"Ex l'EltT Frank idclitle'a then
name was
r .:hands of the people of the state. i No. Lv-McDivid, J. M. Hirri-ou. I< .

are busily employed the campaign by the announce- ]:'when ir fact every Floridian of put up and, while he protested' No. 1 -Molino, A. J. Fillinsrim establishment, t ."

perhaps by the anti-canal lobby- !'nieut of the candidacy 1E.. 'I !I No. 'At-Flomaton and Ct-ntury Frank Maura, will ai\-II
against the enforced honor he
intelligence knows that was <
in demonstrating the contention that I average W. H. Mayo.
tbe Nicaragua route I is unsafe because I Bruwner: for county treasurer. Whata those assertions are founded: on nothing -| escorted to the chair and introduced The book will be opened in the I| celebrated fish chowde'day v 1'\-

tug of war that will be! And there i ''by : above named election districts at. at 5 o'clock p. ui
and
of possible earthquakes more substantial taathe vagaries -'I Mr. Hilliard. > the place named on Thursday Friday '
the fact that Uncle i< shore beach. The ,teat
tt 'j volcanic eruptions. is no denying i of your own distorted ima;ina- Then the club got down to busi and Saturday, June 12th, 13th i i
---- John Frater will soon learn that this I and 14th, 11W2. I''prise will leave Palafnx: a
THE next meeting of the Young I tion and the demands of your pressing ness. Speaking was commenced, t, The books will be opened from 7

t Meu's Bu iue** League, June 17th, i iI|I time he is up against the real thing ,, political neces-itie..... I the first speaker being C. M. Coston. o'clock a. in. until 12, and from I :,2:30 p. m. every tuudayFoley' :

\ will be a most important one and I:j I Frank Brawner is a hustler. He is I i I o'clock p. m. until o'clock p. m. I "
For this I Mr. Coston interspersed a new and 'far
I reason an quite sure j3t T. N. ADAMS !! Honey
t should attract a largo attendance. i i i popular. He is backed by strong I' -- --- ne opiates and can safely t- <
theme in his
that .such a discussion as invite discourse. An ignorant -
The hour of meeting has beeu I I. I you to children. W. A. D'AI- :
r friends!, and he has entered the contest For biliousness. use Chamberlain's'Stomach !
T' changed to i o'clock p. in., instead I Iq would be conducive neither to the I countryman: had villified him & Liver Tablets. They i j 121! H. Palafox street.
'
with determination
of !H o'clock, at the instance of many I a of win III edification nor instruction of onr I but the affidavits. made public i:|! cleanse the stomach and regulate I --

A members who have expressed a I ning. I fellow citizens, and could serve no I[ through the papers, were enough to the liver and and bowels, effecting For a I 134 134 134 134 134

preference for! __iiour. I Candidates for county offices have I public purpose whatever and I I clear him of anything of the matter ,!sale quick by all druggists permanent ana cure.medicine I I L -;. _,.. '.. .

'i t. EDISON'S new storage battery { until June 24 to file notice of their therefore decline to engage in it. alluded to. He had his platformand I dealer -- -- I I 134 s -IS-| 134

'hr promises to eliminate the horse and I I also had followers in its observa : AHtooi's' TelEihoie
t candidacy and pay the assessmentto Your obedient servant! IF YOU ARE i ,
i : i mule from commercial Industry.I I i
{ the
,p have their names printed on the I i B.! R. MALLOKY. tion. He didn't like the "dangerousand 134 3. When the delivery wagon and thee 1 1 TKIT1

"oue-horse! buggy" are propelled by i official ballots, but those who intend I I suspicious" ordinance, a "law LOOKINC FOR BARCAINS EJ tT -.; TJJ ,.. .-

; electric power at a cot equal to, if !II to run with any hope of election. Virulent Career Cured. 1 not needed and not wanted," he 134 134 134 134 134
of wonderful ad- In-I
Startling
proof a
I not lees than, that now in vogue, the should announce their candidacy : I ferred. Taxation had increased For the next ten days I will sell
vance is given by druggist G. W.
acme of practical mveutiun in this I! early before pledges have been madeto Roberts of Elizabeth W. Va. An I the city, he said! and he didn't like I you any article now in stock at a None Better
;il direction will have been reached. old there had suffered with I i
man long
i ___ __ I I{ the candidates already in the I jfl'ld. j, what good doctors pronounced in- II 1 that. discount of 2!;> per cent from the reg-

1 Iris to be hoped that the senate ;, curable cancer. They believed his i ular price. Think of It-you will
will decide iu favor of the : -- case hopeless till he used Electric Badcline i I Than the Best !
\icar-I'I Bitters and Bucklen's Arnica -i i iI save $2.i on a diamond ring or pin, ,
applied
There record and record
agua route, if only to the end are
.I I i i Salve, which treatment completely J. M. Hilliard, all with the excep- where at regular price it would cost
fitting rebuke may thus be administered ] Some candidates before the
now people cured him. When Electric '
Bit-
i to'!
tion of the last named seeing fit t !;
fr the canal commllou,1 #h>U. See ; you save 25; cents on :
to have records they are proud of ters are used to expel bilious, kidney
ro'SB'i which body, after reporting unanimously -:i and microbe poisons it the .same touch with great force on the "free., every dollar's worth you buy. Now
I and don't care how much they ar"dlscu".ed. I time thu salve exerts its matchless I BUFFALOBaking
in favor of the Nicaragua beer and chowder rally" argument, : is! the time to buy your diamonds or >
blood disease
healing power, skin
while others are K <
I route "llopped, and made a supplementary eruption, ulcers and sores vanish. 'aptly advanced by the -Retired :!| watch or any other article in stock

;l report advocating the touchy that any reference to recordmakes ? Bitter 5lU, Salve Sue at W. A. D Alemberte'e Politician" of recent date. The al-1' I Powder
'very cheap. Call and examue'goods.
'' .
i' Panama route. their friends squeal "person- 121 !South Pdldfox. '
--- ------- legation seemed to be "thorn in
-- a Remember, this offer i* for
: THE attention of the merchants i!| allies." ;: CONCERT AND DANCE AT 1 the flesh" of each. i' IS THE BEST !
j -- MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY | only ten day* No trouble to show

;; and other bu is called to the annual report of31r. 1 i AND LAST TRAIN RETURNS 'I
i| are public property. Search: the : the leading spirits of the meeting
Tho*. C. Wat-mi, secretary AT 11:50. TICKETS: 25; CENTS.AT : I II 11'1S'rath Palafox street.
of the Chamber of Commerce, re- ,I records of all candidates for office DEPOT. i i !said afterwards that he was afraid .
i 1-- Happy 1 line in Old To\\n.
ceutly published. It is brief butt and vote:' for no man who has always, the club was on a downward course.

comprehensive, and contains a large 1 in the language of a recent speaker, THREE PRISONERS ----- -- "We felt very happy" writes R.

} of useful lUaU a Great Set-ret. N. Bevill. Old Town, Va.. "whenHuckl..n'
: quantity information aboutthecity !I lined up with the rulers and against j I
Arnica
Salve
1 and port. It is in convenient i It i is tftenaeked1)0 such startlingcures wholly
:{ form for mailing} and should be I the ruled-with the few and against : PLEADED GUILTYMitcnell that puzzle thebetphysiciansare cured our daughter of a bad case of

widely circulated. Copies can b t I' --- : for Consumption. Here's the
use it for Cut, Corn*, Bruise Ulcers. -
; procured of :;ecretar'at..vn.. the reins of government into the secret. It cuts out the phlegm and

hands of the political bosses, as did I, J't.'Zie Ella Ward and germ infected mucus and lets the K-ruptions. Infallible for Piled.Only .
WHERE did Railroad Magnate life-giving oxygen enrich and vitili 25c. at W. A. D'Alembme's, Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.It .
; the old Washington were taken before
James J. Hill get his education i convention svstem. Let the i ize the blood. It heals the iutlamed. drug store 121 "South Palafox.UT .

such as it i>? Iu a banquet speech I, people vote for those who have always :, Judge A. C. Blount, Jr., this morning cough-worn throat and lung Hard ---------
colds and stubborn coughs makes delicious bi-< I
t in Chicago the other day he declared I proven by their acts! that theyare and were sentenced as follows: I j yield to Dr. King'New Discovery ooii, i I"1 'the latent find, etc.

j ,. that the eupply of available unoccupied : the friends of the people, and we /ezie Mitchell, aault.. fined $5 the most infallible remedy for all L i orma !bee L. Bear & Co's I i You can prove thud 10'.
land in the United States Throat and Lung di.ease Guaranteed advertisement in' BrFFAJOatrial.OS .
-
I will at lahave j and cot of court, or 30 :day in jail. another column.
a
government by
,t.I is exhausted, and hence the congress bottles oil c and $I.JI( Trial ) A. If M.
I Ella Washington, di=po-iutr of bottle free at W. A. D'AleuiberteX I
should appropriate one or two the people and for the best interests -- - -- TI'II"J1I0 i,4.L "' ....

r' s hundred million! for the: irrigationof I II of the !great ma s of the people. mortgaged property ; fiued 51 and I 121 South-Palafox- street.- -- Fishing tackle of all kinds

i the vast bodied of arid desert in I I THE POLITICIAN. : co"t* or ;3D day in j jlil.I : i CONCERT AND DANCE AT and good crab nets at the

) the West.. Possibly be does not I i Ella Ward petty larceny ; fined f0 1 MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY: IVfllisIlarclware Co's. j&J&

Ifui know that in the South are millions SEARCHING FOR : and costs or WJ; days in j jiil.Sixty NIGHT. TRAINS:: AT 8. *::::11> AND

q of acres of the finest wild land in I __h_ __ .. 9 LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT r

the country awaiting cultivation. I Years uf Popularity ''ll :50. TICKETS L'5 CENTS: AT BICYGLE8UBig

--- --- LOST HUSBAND i DEPOT.
!
i.* the record of Painkiller P >rryDavis1) r i
.
For Omul) ( .IIIIIIIII..i.'nt.r.Aftt'r !
bat the shops are full of 1mI
--- I latlit'M Can Wear Mi>ten
I due cOIl-idt.-ration I appeal Uation* made toell the Ir-vV"vvvvvv.\
to niy many friendand the democratic Hon. GeHallmark.. who is in upon great one 'ire smaller after u'lngIIt'n'. Koot-
i
s voters. as a candidate for the reputation of the genuine; be caui Ka...a powder to be shaken Into tbe i>Uoes.i .
office ot county commissioner from I charge of the local branch of the i tious, therefore, when you ask far a i It make tight: or newsboc- feel eH-.vgnt; =.S EENlVaIC I Stock All Kinds'All
instant rHirf to corn and
bunionits
i district three cambia county. : state boar of health has received a, bottle to see that you get the irenu- the grentf comfort discovery of the Bit" .
Plej.se" :' remember me at the primary I ine. An Cures and prevents swollen ,..t't. blisters t Prices!
P election of the democratic part'. I letter from Washington from thewHt' unfailing remedy for callous and ore 'pots. Allen'- Kcxit-Kat:

July 15.; 111':. D. M. )hHIUH: of one P. Wimsatt.. a traveling cough*, cold, bronehiti i i Uacerttln feet At all cure druiRit fur kwtutini and b....hot'toreK.aching 20c

Olive. fla. I I salesman, asking if he died inl'en5actI.t. -- Iion't HtKK accept bvinail.any Addre"Ailenrs.Im.rd.nubstllutf. Trial package [EO1SOI ij, pQQqpI:; 1 r !
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FRESH YARD ECCS WANTED. : Le KOT. N. T. IMI roi'v
He __
here
was
Of what doe a bad taste in yourmouth May lit,'
remind you:' It indicates,' Bring:; t.'iem a.l to Nick Apostle'sRestaurant. JRS
: I'.iil,
and
; wrote her a letter: bearing MILCH COWS FOR SALE
that your stomach is in bad condition For Six Days Only Music Free Wift: Each Machine
lj and will rt"miud'IIU that thereis that dateince when she has not
OR + '
EXCHANCE
nothing so good for uch a disorder -. I
heard
a word from him though she I ATk Fishing Tackle
.1 ti; as Chamberlain's Monuch: A ; FRANK SECARI'S BATH HOUSE .
bC Tablets has made fircli all'J'-fr FOR DRY CATTLE
Liver after having onceused : the countryfor I i
) them. They cleans and invigorate I PENSACOLA MUSIC CO'S % Base Ball,
some trace of him.Whooping .
the ,stomach and regulate/ Deep water sea bathing night or I[ Call at IllS West Chase street and
r the b wel.... Forsaleat2centper I :' ; ----- --- I day for white people only. specialcompartment I II 1 make choice.i = 37 S. Palafox St. = Tennis,
; Cough. for ladies, with your
i box by all drug-i-ts and medicine i t lady attendant. .
I JjlOt' W.
GEO. TUKTOX .
dealers. i Neatest, best and cleanest r R.
My little I I
J son had an attack of Ping Pong.
bath house in the Bath I
city. 5
I
whooping coufc'h and .
threatened
THE SANTA: UOSAbl'ltK was I cent. FRANK SIOAKI. "My Family Doctor"Blue

) BATHlMi: KsTAItMsHMKM: i berlain's with pneumonia C-niB'h Remedy; but for we Cham-would ;I Cor. Cevallos Zarrago-a. std Island, Ill.. Jan. 14. 1 Big Repair Shop!

L I have a serious time of it. It als... Me-rs[ ELY HR')!'. :-! have used
Bathing in the warm gulf waters 1 saved him your Cream Balm in my family for
fron- several Can Repair old
attacks of PROFESSIONAL any thine'
conceeded to be the finest in the CI"Ul'H. J. !"TJll''F.\I'EX. editor; CHIROPODIST nine years and it has become my La Norma!

world. Everythinirforpleas-ire with \IF"d-lb\ r rt i d, Fair Haven. Wash. I F:. st. Clair Thomas will fimily doctor for cold ir. the head.I And fit Key to any old lock'F.
safety. Good board and lodging:, by For sale by all remo'ecorn" ('iseitfreelyonmychildren. It i is,
druggists and
c the day or week. Luncheon promptIv dealer! medicine bunion and inzrowlnl nails a Goa-end to children as they. are

r served at all hours, day or nijjht.CHARLKS I without pain or blood. Will call at i troubled more or If'''''. B. Bruee

H. BI-RTOX. your residence if required. No. oil 1 1I Yours respectfully J. KIM BALL. ,
2m-tf )1 aua'H. Your Liver South Palifox street. lOjlm Judge for your-elf. A trial sjze 1r ttWI BBAR & CO S
- --- can be had for the mall sum of 10 :

If YOU want a nice present to give W .. cents. Supplied by druzzi-u or 15 8. Palafox.
friend, and look through: the be riu -d tn .its r.atnra: duties Elegant china closets, i mailed by Ely Bro&aera! Warren I
to a go 31 i y ,r >! -., I..-ai'.ache and I II I -
line of suitable articles at .. sideboards and St., Sew'York.. Full ize M cents.
elegant <- itt r it te :rt.'dl you take i leather- _
i All kinds chairs and
J. I. Stephens, you surely can find seat -- -- New 5=cent Cigar. : of
'} chairs at Marston The finest line of
something to please you. If you Hood's Pills sterling silver rocking chairs at MarstonQuina's.
, .' want anything in the Diamond line Quina's- Low prices; /oods and silver novelties is"to be
f<<...T..... be sure to see him before you buy. Si.d by all dngg- t S. 25 ce>.ts. t, easy found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to 4- Prices are very.r
'j. 1-"": '" payments. please all. I Try It Buy It I low.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 111902.

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1 g-C,NEAL_,u President. -President; ; F. C. NORTON. Cashier; I I I
cl. M. E. CLARK A't Cuhier.
t .tjtteasjleat Qf tfce THE WEATHER

.AMERIC I.1 1

NATIONAL BANK TO-DAY' R.HALLDAY&CO. I:


OF PENSACOLA FLORIDA, AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS MAY 27, 1902 ,I. Ii i

!t LOCAL FoRECAST-Vair tonight and I "I :

RESOURCES '|,Thursday; light southerly winds.

fists aLa Di-COnnts...... ...... ...... .... 1507,303.02 Capital Stock ....LIABILITIES... .... ......... ...... .... $200.000.001 I I I Extraordinary Bargains in ;1
.. .. ...... ....... in Last Hour
.. 24
;; -: .. 1.233.82 Surplus Fund... ...... .... .... ... .... Temperature : "
r(1ft!oho d and Premium... ...... ...... bO,250.00 Net Profits ............ ............... .... 17,121,66, :.i Maxlmam._. ._... .. .... .... .. ... degrees '
, _........._... _........... .... Ii
... Minimum E
d fixtures .. ... .... ...... 7 degree. Wash Fabrics.
MJtsreE 6.718.48 Rediscounts............ ............ .... .... mfiootgttattpf. : ) oe <#
I {\ :: .. ...... .... .... ... .... ...... 604.00 Circulation...... ...... .. ...... .... .... .. .. 75,00000catdExcbatge. !I
............ ... ......... 270a3'i.b5 Depositli..... ............ ...... ...... .. .... 411,674.421! Temperature Elsewhere Si ax. : Min. IiH

Atlanta. .___ ............ M f*
--- I Bismarck?...?.. .... ......-....... ......74 4f II
Ife66,347.17 Ife66,347.17opecel Chicago.__ ............... .......... W 64Clncinnat 50 pieces 10 and I2c Figured I II
: for business October __..........._....._...CS 2Ualveiton 5 and I!
pII&ck: 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will giver I _. ..... ... ...._h* 7i c y
....boa '=1'roapt., courteous and careful attention. Huron .. .. ...........__ M M Lawns for this sale only Ii
I IJackeonvllle ............. _. .... _.W 70 '
Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Kansas city ...... ..?.............W 74
I Key West ..-............ ............ M 7* I 15c Figured Lawns now lOc ::1
Memphis ........... ..... .. ....... (*> 70 I .
i Mobile. .............. .. ..... .. K! 71S I
B, H. FAIRCHILD, : rity, and he personally appealsto New Montgomery rk.nB..w....... .... ... M 72.IS I. 20c Figured Lawns and Dotted

I the voters to give him their hearty MONTHLY MEETINGOF 1 Sew York.. ...... ..... ..... .... ....74 K; Swisses 15c
Savannah ..... ... .__ .. .... .*! 728t.
fjPnox.. TERER j I support for the office, promising, if Louis .... .. ...... ........t2 i* I
ROMANA STREET. I elected to give the business of thcunty COUNTY 25c Figured Lawns and Em-
38 EAST
NAVAL STOUU8 MAUKKI.
the same competent care he i( 17c
broidered Swisses
.
end Refinishing furniture a .
::.t. 1v does to his personal business. Reported Dally for The Newi by

Specialty, The bathing of three horses at the COMMISSIONERS !, Union Naval Store Co. 35c Figured Lawns, Dimities

r>liono 4OE hot of Alcaniz street yesterday af- I II I ROBIN. and Imported Ginghams 20c

| ternoon proved an interesting sightto WW _. ..... .... $3 11I1 H ..... ....... ..._ll IWO. \S ,
R. K. WHITE The regular monthly meeting of .._.._........ .... 8 C5 U: .... .. .. ........ 144' 48-inch Embroidered Silk Swiss
many people. The animals were S_........ ._ ... 8 20 V ... .. ... I :X ,
led waist deep into the water and the board of county commissionerswas M_....................... IIt E.. ..... .. .. 1 25 I I 76c this sale SOc
nthm.L'r: Manufacturing Jeweler lit ... .._.......... :I 4o D. ._. . 125 formerly .
: seemed to enjoy the thorough scour held last night with Chairman L_..... ........ ..... 1 1<5 t; & below.... 125! : __

and Graduate Optician, ing they received. John G. Welsh presiding and Commissioners tl1RITaTuRPz Tllet-4T t.

-I ei'k P.'.*oi M. PmwoU fla Joseph 8. Nicolau's new Bay hotel I Roberts and Shelby in Garden hose at the Willis R. HALLIDAY & CO.,

r wyyYV ,i..... 'will soon be open to the travelling attendance. Owing to the wreck at Hardware Co's.MARITIME..
public. The whole building has
Molino Commissioners Johnson and 193. < < 33-35 Palafox St.
Telephone .
been remodeled and refurnished. e: a
EWS NOTES and it is Mr. Nicolau's plan to run Brewton were prevented from at-

? an up-to-date hotel with a neat and tending.The /'I k1mmmyrnmyM1mnIf >> '

attractive restaurant. minutes of the last meeting --
.
_. KX FORTH. -- --- --- ---- -- -- -- -
'' Owing to the fact that in some I were approved and bills approvedby !,, for June to date. .... ..... u r,7..;iiSAILED. You Buy Them at the Boston Shoe Store They are Good !
\1 P-yc.r'j local. counties the erroneous Impression'prevailed I the finance committee: were: ordered -. ',

taw locals of the Willis that candidates for state paid. Am t. I't'n-acola, Leech Tamplco I
senator and representatives had till Au>t so JrnnyCiiUiolicli, >ew "/reran.CLEARED. :
'W ,u fa: is ue. Mrs. Victoria F. Williams: of )fc.
June 24 to file notice of their candidacy IT'S NO USE TO HUNTFOR
.- a carload of five ;30- David, widow of the late W. L. Williams -
when June 10 was the last day, 1 Aisles Jenny Ir9. fausolich, for New
,wdterinelous for sale. ] appeared before the board Orleans iu ballast
] the state committee, in order that

..w aivertisementof the none may be barred, has extended relative to straightening roads | aTQUARA TI E.I BETTER SHOES

... It tells of bargains i I the time of filing notices for these through her lands and asking thatno 1 Itbk Bertlgllere, loll, Peeko, Suvona to
elsewhere June Boars, Dunwody A CoNor OR BETTER PRICES
duplicattd offices to 16. :
I (
I, permit be granted for the string hit Sunbeam, M4.: Andersen, Buenos
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---- Ayres to orderRrs.Druuwlzler.2atiEmer.on ,
& \ ::and men, accompa- I ing of telegraph said : Rio J a. ;
i Of All Hot Weather Enemiesof wires through THAN THE > *
nlero to W 8 KeyserA *
-uds and families, i
: : humanity cholera is the worst. land. These matters were referredto Dan but Norms ttn, Alberthen, Para to
y :: .. i Iav's outing at Mag- Treatment to be effective must be Haars, Uunwcnly A Co .
Commissioner Brewton.An Am sch Carrie A Norton 4'>7. Eastman,
r' ':prompt. When vomiting, purging 'i, New London to Jno A Merritt A Co Boston Shoe StoreHAS
i and sweat announce that the disease invitation to send delegates to Br ship Kings County SIM." Salter, Cape
1 Town via Karoado- to order
f umber and lumber
\ is present, combat it with Perry of the State RUB ship Ocean, HM, Mat tssen. Rio Jan
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an adjourned meeting
: w '! lit very lar;{e. There Davis', Painkiller. All bowel troubles elro to S tI L Co

.'. ... *', t tf-u over 14,500ux I like diarrhea, cholera morbus Association of County Commissioners FOR MEN AND
; I| and dysentery are overcome by Pain- I THE SAPPING.
at Ocala June 17 was receivedand
killer. It is equally health-promot- FOR WOMEN.
,\' been asked to ing in all climates filed.A I VESSELS ; PORT.STEARSHIt'S. .

wheel, which from the ladies of the .
. I MEAT & MALT has a marvelous request BrA J Hncken, 11'-*. Bennett, to fenta- .....Full Value i in Wear, Style, Comfort....
4 : ': Ir 'm the porch
Grenada Park association for aid in i cola LumberCo I
and that :, DunvKHty A Co
fencing beautifying park
.',. .. will.r '! and pleasant to take, it helps assimilation '1'I Am Kxelyn, -, M.lls, to Hull Transit C
t>" arti / public safety I
was laid over till next meeting.A Co BOSTON SHOE STORE
.r r ,-uLr ---1011 this after- i i of food. Hold by I I Br Uorsley 2410.! Nortbfell. to order \
i I letter from Commissioner of[ Span Ida.l''O. Arana, to UultTrnnstt Co ,
A uit er .,f highly impor- DANNHEISriKR BROS. Br John Bright, 17"2, Wyne s.to Pen.aco
Agriculture B. E. )McLin asking fur ; IB Lumber Co
-t- are ou the calendar. i i lr MtddlehamCa.tle. 1VM Lloyd, to Gulf VTIIAX <;. I'UBC'IIIDIIB, I'roiirirtur.
information relative to Escambia. Transit Co t
." rs Baud: rave a delightful I the latest? 1 Br Royal,:!1\jI, Williams to W H Kej>erllr Leaders of Low Prices. H7 South Palafox StreelThree
la I Nom' L. Bear & Co'* I
Ma uulri Jilull last night, I i advertisement in county for publication in a state>I &lO IoHIt.

atiug was not so largely at- ': another column. pamphlet, was referred to Clerk AM. ., Lizzie Burrell.BARKS in distress I 52SES2S S25ESa5ESa525 2

would have been in keep- McMillan with request that he NorAI.xanderLawrence.11$!, H ant'ersen. rJ
,f< attract \'ents.r CONCERT AND DANCE AT to W tI KeyterCo I
prepare and forward the informs Bus Altniiu.tti.-i. Snail, to 1s Leo
: MAGNOLIA BLrFFTHl'HSDAY:; It Columbmi.K4s. Parodi. to order
Hall ha* returned to
'muiid
!! tion.
;'! NICJHT. TRAINS AT 8, to:3: AND HUB IdntaR7oBurke. to heiinacola Lumber

All ladies who wish to \I. LAST TRAIN RETURN-* AT Bonds of A. D. Pulliam, G. O. Nor Co Mataura, list Bruu.gaard: to H fI
o\'mna'iuUl class should I Shelter
I 11 : TO. TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT Hrosnaham and J. C. Avery, Jr., as III;!..!I,
of thisw
before the 17th It hue Kort'U" It., I44K.Costa, to order
-u tile class will be started. : DEPOT. notaries public, were approved. "lllf"'\Eli!!.
Union, 72!, Ko-ter, Kuaton to master
.'leeting of the K. I. K. Lay the dust. Toucan buy Petition from John A. Rumple,

to sell wines and liquors iu precinct., : UP.ULKAKKlJ AND HAILED KOK FKN E2SESESESEEESESS2S EES aI
""tivitloii will be held to- i garden hose at the Willis 8ACOLA.ftTIAMBHIPB..

1 iof A. hall at o'clock.> i| Jlardicare Co's. 13 was ordered published i

Importance to be: transtil I I Tax Collector D'Alemberte re Beatrice Kr, 21*', tdarll'.narIli" :Mays
members are urged toer ': Thos. C. Watson & Co., HeNniKborc, bwed, IKi'I. elireill. Kolter-
ported L'ftl poll taxes collected. dani MHV irt = Day SpecialFOR
the leading: Real Estate Agents,take Llani-aiinor, llr, r.!"", Croton, at Rio Ja- !
all the worry oil the shoulders of the The county physician reported ;!i>, nlero
Lan.llalil. Br, bid llarwick June IS)
Vernon arrived yes- ''owners of property, manage the inmates: of the county farm ; total I 1 I Portugal, I'.r. 2!N.Jenkins. at Hamburg I
poll with a large cargo renting of their houses and the col- May :4ioilverdalr
s I lection of their rents as couscien- co-t of maintenance: for May, 8 5.1i6.! ', Br.l.tl.. Balls f Id I\blt.ld.June.
from the Choctaw- "yd -nham, Ir. Id..t tncenlCV.Maypi MEN J.
...try. This trade ha i!i Their tiously charges as they are would very reasonable.themselves. and a cost of 9\ cents each per day /.Htpirak bat, Span.ld Bilbao. March 22SHIPS. i'I $

0 'ti-ly, and give* one I for feeding the inmates three meals 1 I I Kndyiulon, [(us. I I2*>>, ski East London II I
,
utMerntt 1 This weather makes the March i'\'
I it eau do to properly a day.
1110 ilK!!
You ,\ntollloI'rlC.7.r!>,Hd l'allllB May !.". : THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY.
; buy
; : of Olive an- Lawn Mowers mime Mount, I t.sId l.eith Jan 12 i
keen cutting Pine Barren: creek were opened, but Virginia, It, sid Malaga, April l i- i..*ue: hi* candidacy Shears the
i and Grass from
i as there was some question as to the THE OFFERINGS QUOTED HERE
uiiiiiioner from dis- 1! Co's.CA9TORIA. Grass Shears that will cut for the
Willis Hardware .
completeness of the specifications
ihjft to the action ofitic --- : [ close, at the Willis Hard' IN NEXT THREE DAYS selling, the values
J of ,
primaries July 15. : the awarding the contract was I
t'. and 1 Its Kind Von Have *!*a"s Baal wetrCo's.. for themselves.
well-known need
I i- a Bean the /> I laid over till next meeting. speak They only your

ii of the county, a Bguure! The Pensacola: Terminal railwaywas (.'()u u.
wi i honor and integ I inspection and interest to insure quick buying.If .
granted permission to rebuild. black how and set of shirt
+ 1'H'S1)--A \ut'r ran ha\t< -ame by pay- you are in doubt as to the values we offer,
... ... - - -- -- the railroad bridge across Bayou lUll forthis ail at St."* offlce. llj.'t

.- .:. y Y Chico, filling in with a none foundation ask your wife, who has learned the economy of

and leaving an opening of I.V I .J r:ion-=-',I '-ar I 1i attending OUR SALES. You get here the

feet.A. \.-l.-- --' worthiest goods at a less price than
you pay
NUNN ALLY'S "round robin from pn-oner* In

the county j jail was read complaining elsewhere for cheap, shoddy stuff.

that they did not get enough tc,

eat. .but that it was all right when v- ; I t 1 1d 1r 'I $i -50 DOZEN MEN'S SUMMER SUSPENDERS 10 CENTS.-(

GRADE the grand jury was expected.
} HIGH
: Chairman WeNh stated that he. o<) dozen Men' Hoe in 8b=lut-ly 2.> doz >n MenV Drill Drawers, Un-
fast black red and blue, n": bleached : a big value at
and Commissioner Roberts ha: old theconntryoverfor: .'1c :!5c. but a phenominal one I9e

dropped in at the jell unexpectedlyat M'r r tOe or THREE pairs for. at. . .. . .... .. .. ..

: dinner hour and found on thai 3&l/ $ -
CANDIES
I /i 15 dozen Men' Negligee Working 21 dozen )[eu's Bleached Drill
day good cause for complaint. The rt ; | / Shirts, light and dark col. ')r Drawers, elastic knit band., nr:

dinner consisted i of boiled fl-r, lors. collar/ attached, regnI (1 a garment without an equal (.'1P
I lar&tc sfollprs.U; at the price ..... ..... ... .. "'; UU
sliced potatoes and a small pone 01
lwIFresh and! [Excel All Others. i:
ire .\ bread. There were 23: prisoners to Ironing Dayhas White \"EI'Iirees-Our entire flU) Colored >e li ee-Our entire line
: Imp of Celebrated "Btiatford," "Kmptror": Shirts in endless '
and the quantity of flh for all
feed white piquo and madrasShirts variety of colors and patPJ,"
to those whose kitchen
these was 10 pounds, bone anJ all. 111\ tnror ; : with curls to match, V0C terns regular |1.25 value

a I is equipped with :a On: Range. No to ;go at ..... ..... .... .. .. *.. .. .. ... .. .. .. ..... lac ;
In reply to a question Mr. Welsh t t
't .FOR SALE BY...
..
heating up of a whole hou-l' on a 5
said the 10 pounds of fish cost .5 or

hot day. Heat is only applied where 50 PAIR MEN'S SATIN CALF SHOES, plain toe, single, ole ; S '
;ft) cents. SI.I5 I J

SOL CAHN & CO. 'Mr. Roberts said he would not investigate needed. As a matter of domestic f iaranteed solid, the same we always sell at $1 'M, now..... ... I

Gas will
Range soon
economy a pay
\
the matter alone,for it had I
for itself in saving fuel when compared SEE OUR SHOW WINDOWS.
already been said he was picking on 1 ,
I FANCY GROCERS with an old style coal or wood ... .. . ..... . ..
-
jj STAPLE AND -- -- ----- ------ -- -- -- -
the sheriff He did not believe the fire and you cannot over estimate --

prisoners were fed so poorly everyday the comfort and convenience of this
Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. : W. J. & B. FORBES.
for if they were, they would all I cleanly fuel in warm weather.: j_

kwrxxx be dead. ________ ; .
___
Pensacola Fla. -- --- u --- u h ;
clcphcnc 178. J Action on the matter wa deferredtill 1 Pen acola Gas Co. I t
meeting. 1! Cleaning ladies! skirts! and waist I will repair your watches and ...
next is one of c-r !specialties Star Lane- jewelry In flret-cLwa tyle. J. I .;
I The board then ajj'Jrn d. No. 3 S. Palifox St., Pensicola Fla I dry. Stephens. .

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;J THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 11, 1902

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;y3 t1 CHICAGO SANITARIUM |,i- MILWAUKEE PEOPLECould CAPTAIN KING'[ PLEADS GUILTY. !I MISS ROSE-ir.r---OWENS- ; 1-


He Wa Charged With Accepting a c

Hardly Believe It. A I!I Bribe of $3,000. i ii WASHINGTON D )
PROVES DEATH TRAP 1 No. 720 Seventeenth St.. C
Prominent r oma 11 Saved From ,i: Mobile. June 10.-Captain. Cyril W.l. --------- -

Death by Lydia E. Piiikliaiu's King former quartermaster in charge',
: If suf.'r
'If suffering woman you are a _
every
Whiskey and Diug PatientsAre Yegetable Compound. at Fort McPherson. who was convicted his the same experience with man we WOUI soy

DEAR MB.*. I'INKUAMI suppose a in the United States court in Mo- Wine of Cardui that I had: that Wine of' ariui -

I Cremated. large number of cople who read of i bile last year on the charge of accept your medicine will be most fails to complicate ,
.
I -- my remarkable cure will hardly believe ing a bribe of $3,000 In connection popular. About a year ago of .f'malt. i, uemphatually

I THEIR BED it ; had I not experienced it myself, I with work done at the fort, was arraigned I begin to have a worn out it n -
MANY STRAPPED TO benefit KVT
to ,.
tired with lassitude,
feeling
know that 1 bliould not. yesterday on two counts.
in the back and head dreds of sufferer- -
pains
He entered a plea of guilty as charged ; :, to our Ladies' AUi i> .
which kept increasing
a. every
: These Were Suffering From Delirium in the first count and was sentencI -I month. I felt that I needed partment. The irtt *. ar

' I Tremens When Fire Broke Out, and I to 13 months' imprisonment and to'' something, but to get the I opened by persons '

. rtI pay a fine of $::.u-nu. tent tt give a-tuc-. .
I It Was Found Impossible to Remove .
Jones
was nolle prossed. j ble. I finally decided oa _--- -i.--- was 'UN t>v f.

: I II I Them, So Fast Did Fire Spread. your Vine of Cardui and only needed to I ing the advice whith wai freely! g
II her by the Ladies' Advisory 1 I-
I take three bottles when I was fully recovered. 01'
'' Baptists To Work In Mountains. nient. }h.H Owens was cure ,1
for governing 01 I Chicago June 10.-Nine men anJ : wadvice
A vegetable liquid Raleigh, June 10.-The Baptists of by buying a |1 W -
equalizing the flow of WOUl n's menseswhich one woman were killed and about 3,) j HEN Miss Rosa Owens, who just from
I the North Carolina convention ha7e Wine of Cardui her dr i :jji
occur once in every lunar month. W has a responsible position in
late
in fire
persons were injured a yesterday takingthis great medicine In t.vacy -
but recently taken hold of the work -n i the Government service atWashington
afternoon which destroyed the of her home. No d.> r <
BRADFIELD'SFemale the mountain region but are now push. P. C., decided to .
animation, treatment adv.esiarv. .
sanitarium conducted by the Saint : Inn it actively. They will buy several try Wine of Cardui, she made a wise You have read or,) wua! .

) Regulatoris Luke society at the corner of Wabasii thousand acres of land in Yancey county choice. Over a million women have: cureJ women have written. .
relieved of female weakness by this
avenue and Twenty-Brut street. TH and erect on it a manual training been : enough to lead you to detcri.rid ..
the essential quality: of powerful same Wine of Cardui.: It u not a
It is nim.entr.itdl essence best hcrbi'j society occupied the building which school on a large scale. Rev. O. I.Stringf .. strong medicine but may be taken everyday of suffering?

.. for omen'silent ate organism, and put, in I was long known as the Hotel WoodruS / .',. I a.-..._--_ >ld. who did a great work in in the year by any woman with August n, 191)// MM. W. Ii

; I BUih form tb it it is always properly and for a brief period a:; the h1ot.iLancaster. t '.\....:..,) .Hi V\ struring funds for the building and l,.nent. It des not force results, but of Cameron, Mo., writes:

, at-.itailateil ant taken: into the system.Ftuppajjes far the mtlE! F. KOCH."I equipment of the Baptist Female uni- corrects: deranzements of the menstrual "1 suffered, terribly at month! t'e. -

: sii >jirt-ssii>n, ]>iiuful or other By greater porto. suffered for months with 1 at Raleigh is the mainspringof orirans. It strengthens the nervous for three years. I would somctit: .

irregularity of the nicn-.es and sitkly flows I of the patients received in the msti trouMos peculiar to women which versty system, cives tone" ) the bodily func- I SlVin months with no flow at 4, N itions

are loirectt-il and cured by the regular tutiou were those beekingur(' II' ..;: gradually broke down my health an>l this great trainir.school project. acts directly on the genital I hive my health back again .

u-e 'f thissupcri'Tcmincna;!n uG.Mttistruatii 'I I the drink habit and those who were ad my wry lif<>. I was nearly insane organs, aul is the finest tonic for woexpecting to be confined in Ui "

-- 'a, or {icrioilic flows, neces- ; with pain: at times. and! no human l Son Sees Father Suicide. men known to the science of medicine. cannot praise your medicine ec .

. ? -I1.lle a IrKiLiuj) ('.t'Xfl of cells: lining the diote'l to the use of dru :o. skill I consulted in Milwaukee could i Columbus: Ca.; Jw.e in.-in the pr..s _...r-i--U- -- --N.--

: Lii.cotm nieni'i-..!'e ami a r'rnustnctioaafter When the lire broke out there was r..Iil'f.Ivatll'nti..n. ( of his 11-year-old! who A million! SUtf"fI'
brinsr me !i< H son. was
sirkiust, vvhih is ...fcompani"l on the fifth floor a number of patients .
; every M was called to Lydia thr only vvitn T.i to the d.vd. AnlersonAbenronible. 'VINE of CARDVI Lave fouri'i n
' l with Iar1..c.II'ong.--tl"; anJ loss: ofi' isiifftrms from delirium tiem-'iis anl I 13. Pinkli.un's V t't'tahlc; C'ompoilliil Wine .f' ,-

I tJ:< ,,,l. Sm h ch inis arc very apt to pniliue > some who were deranged by driifji. ; the tirst bottle brought relief aged :3s yes; an optIIVO ': a ___JI-u- -Nr---__ -.--. -f
chronic catarrh. Ieiii-'>rrliea or | at the Swift mill suicidf-il at InI -
? SI'\t'ral of these Were ..tra;>i>ettle an absolute
. ;; \Vhtes is fie rccrit of thoe irritating (Ii3: cure. I could n.t WHcve] it myself, I hornor. Hast Highlands by ,*!:', .1.

chr't4.; RsjJula'"r cures these troubles b "is and it was found iniposaiile! : to and Mt sure it was nly teiitporary.but ins himself through the head with ": THE NEW GROCERY STOREMOVER

and n. tort:.; pcrti-ct lu-.iltli! the patient: ,I s.ve them .>o rapidly did the r.ieeprtad I haw Uen well 1 .
blessed fact, now ivvolvt When trends rushed in tic!
.i, who sufler .il te (]eIrf.iiHt.iUir.! : lossesliny !! the -- -- -- -- -
through building for a year. enjoy the l'I"t> i>f h 'alth. rotinil him s'retcr'Pd on the floor dj iiiHi1 .. oIi _ _ 0
of < Iiottle.O'jr i
. .. rug-t ri' jx-r i I List of the Dead. and ca'nn in wordexpress my srratituJe. I .
illrstriti-:: }xik. mailed free I 1'11" list of the dead as far a,. know nat !Siaeere--vurs. "'I'!.: 1h...x n. : had hpi-n artmu cneerly tor s \

.. Perfect Heath for "'omen." 1, present is as follows; ; 12-h 10th >t.. Milwaukee \\ is.v-f50(10 ,: oral itays.! He leaws a widow ant. WILL

THE BRA:>FIELO RfCL'LAIOrt CO.. Atlanta 61.Thf I S. J. Ncwvll.Carl forfeit tfabjve testmomal is not g 'JU/l1e. 1 three I hil1r"n.

Such unquestionable testimony Keeps a Complete First-Class Up-to-Date Stockof
-- A. CarUoa.Joseph ,
prove-, the power of Lydin I:. Pin li- I Atlantans Buy Alabama Coal Lands.
M/p of ( rftt llritaln. lIarrln t c. ham's V eg: ii aide Compound over i iI
j ('hattauno a. Jun hi.ThN..I.- Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.N .
Gnat I'.ritai'i I is only lull I as big; as Samiifl DalMl. 1 di-jeases of women.

,. Sumatra and dutible! the! si/e of Newfoundland Dr. J. T. :StaUon.Georgt : ;i Women .should renn'inb that i more Coal and Coke company. Wita
i headquarters her.has sold to the : 30 W. Covernment St., Salisbury BlocK.TRLKPIIONK .
: It: Maud* fifth in ixiint of A. Ilibbeck: HtUsdale. :Mich.V. they are priulfirtMl to consult

. r ize in tin- JjtIf the! wurl,}'" inlands.Knxhml I \ A. Kent. alderman of the fourth Mrs. IMiikhnin, at Lynn, Mass., 'I Campbell Coal and Coke company ->f : 327

: : wiihoiitViles is alnidst Identical ward. Chicago. about their illness! eltirelv free. !, Atlanta 2.50i acr"s of coal lands near

' Bridgeport. Ala for $125.0')!). The .
in iMiiiit of size with Uoumania. -- -
John B. Knapman.
It Is !hs Hi.in ont-'niliter as big us' White I.. Still .'..'.nlar. !I :Nefdmore company retains 2.6'X) acres
Mrs.I M. Daumann.
rranter c :. rmallY. The whole Urit- There i is absolutely no waning In the for development. A branch railroadof ICE AND WOOD.
B. H. lioyd. ?1 S years of age, a member -
. a i Ish i b.lt.s l oiiij! of the medical i
I IJol.e. staff: of the institu
:. [':lrt (If the surface of this &> much white worn. Cloth, alpaca. erty. : TRADE
j I WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L.GER
[ tireu I'.riiii'.ii! i is widest !>etwitn tion.The 1 ht.iuo>pun3, wliite! china crape au! othi'r ,
fire originated ih the
: I.iili.l's t Knd: and! Kent. The utiix.st ; basement materials are much In demand, whileiievittUy Successo' to Dr. Broun THIS .SUMMER THAN EVE!( fEFCRE

width i is ::::.'. IfliI" $. I It is n.irrovviit I of the building; and spread rapidly to : \ [ for summer wear white I Auburn Ala., June 10.-Thf boi"l: i

.e.1 bctwei-n JAM !It r.ruiMii on the west I the tipper stones through the elevator 'nuslins will be all the rage, dividing: : of trustfps of the Alabama 1'olyterh! SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW.I .

I coast of Si-otiaiiil.: uud r.'inmch,, << firth shaft. The bla/e: was discovered hy i/opuLir\ fnor with white pique which i: ni institution nas unaainiously: olpctfd I

(ill ll.i1 t':1.t ro.ist. The ilisliincv b.>- I James NVw--li. a grocer. He shouted will be exceedingly I smart runde up., Professor Charles Coleman! Thar'h Thompson Olsen & Co.Manresa .

4f1. t'vi--.r tlie [heads i.f these two inlets is to several men to give the alarm auJ with tiny gilt buttons and touches of : ooll .
prHsidf-ct of the ( g" to SII'c"t-'d the!
: tut \v.raty-four L..ICS. to alarm the inmates of the building. ; gilt trinniing.Am&ng .
I
I i late William Leroy Bro'in Pro ..s.nr ; Street Teler hone i'7.
----- :Several hurried to lo this, but by the the favorite combinations are ,
., ThaI is an alumnus of the collij ';"
.; IIlIltlllI..III' t I j U has been (jnn--"ted wilri it as
\Mn-ii luliinsti-in wns traveling building the flames hal] been carried t'; both of whii h are striking.: Particularl.v -! ESTABLISHED 1862.
teacher 21 y*>.irs and has be' n profps
tliMjiiuli! tl.c intttl Slates ujio-j :ion- i th* roof, hadat through:; it and were in foulards those combinations are -
i i sor of English: since i 1SS2.:: lie is a
(nt tour it rl.annd I that i.iriuiui'siipus leaping high: in thf air. noticeable. The prettiest among the
i I nath' Alabaman: : and is 42! yoars oIiHe McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
i foilowcil: almo.it exactly the i As th* I'ry of tire ran? through thi new silks are the white ground foulards ,

I j.iiiKniutf ('h11''". II I.)' I I he sreat Itust i building; patients sJran.from: their with black s-pots and the white I' Q DI&LI&I 0
Used Bat On ,
I >iin. on nut-' oicasKnilnn the train ; beds and before they could be prevent foulards with ;green foliage: :: designs: I' Umpire.

\\:IS fiiUd: with MiaLe i-li.irmerN Jicrolmt running tlu-oush them. The latter are lUlt-igh June III.-In' a baseball! and General {
: til neveral ha 1 jumped from tha win- Ship Chandlery aar.dware.80S
at Wilmington between the \Vil .
<, <-lv\\ n-. and the lil-! >-. Hie JlIurJ. I dovvh to the pavement. The fire department often trimmed with a touch of black I game

lIC1tidl! p<'rhips I Kubiiistein's reniasta-! was cr. the scene within a 1 guipure edging a flounce of net or one mlngton and Raleigh league teams AND 03 d. PALAFOX 8Tln E'1'.

. Me: appearance' asked! him, "Do you of white or ectu guipure. The effect Is Treager. of Ral 'iRh, spat in the face
few
minutes and as the windows --AGENOYREVERE -
were : ---- -
''" of Fisher of Wilmington! whereupon
t"Inl to the show strikingly original
filled with people[ shrieking for help : : I COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S HO>H CO '-'
Tun.inc his! leuuine heid with a savape : Treager struck him in the bark with -
the firemen devoted GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RUHriEL PUMPH.
their first efforts : & SON'S
bat. Treager is in and Fisher
shake Icuiiiiihtein answered fiercely French and American Women. a jail 111

i "Sir: I atu the show. to save lives and allowed the fire to The American woman is first of all I the hospital! badly injured Cum Scriiji Pilits Dill! liaiicil lastrentnts, flirt, luiin, Cli'uCOMPASSES. !

.. I burn.While neat. She likes things snug and trim .
LOGS ETU
a largrt number of people weie and all this fancy and theatrical business Florida[ Appointments
Leads Them All. I McKenzie Oertinj Collecting A:. ent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Aso
carried
being down the ladders Mie
:: by does not appeal to her. Her critical -j Tallahassee. June 10.-Governor Jen

I "One Minute rough Cure beats alii firemen the firgot. such headway that faculties are free, and when she flings has made the following civil[ appointments ciation.

oth*-r medicine 1 evr triad for I there was almost no chanve for thoe' sips a thins she asks: "Why is it madeso :, : W. D. DeCottes and ...

eibttl4, cold*, croup :&IIJ throat and i oa the upper floors of the building to ,, fanciful? Why not more simple?" ) W Pope, Jr., of Jacksonville, and E

I""ig troublesays I). :Scott Currin 1 make their escape and those which This is the reason why Trench hats i W. White of Eepola. to be notaries The Star Laundry

!; L
..'; fir.. is tl.e only absolutely safe ly Injured by leaping from the wu- identified with the better cla<:< on this ,

;; fash rt'Jltt'dw'hich nets i iuinedilaMy. dowh.Dr.. Mde. In fact pood taste Is pretty much I 1 TEN YEARS'INBED: Biggest Busiest Best !

Moth- vrvwtiere testify (J. Mulford! Silveia. chief of the the same the world over and the really ,
R. A. J. P.. Oikville
Gray. lud..
,
to th04 was > I writes: For ten years: I was conl .
fill.".. Croup l* -o fuJdxn iu its attack their tastes. The difference Is in figure:: ,
sent when the fire broke out. lie fined
arrived l to my bed with disease of the
: J that tl.e doctor often arrivestoo as the firemen began; carrjlr.gi: the association, and the conditions of i kidneys. 'It wa? so severe that: I
I t.tt It !
*' yieldsit onco to One ,
c Minut. r in- life and necessities are really accountable I I I could not move part of the time. Iconu1ted lYe Gather Up Thj !
'1 fur the difference In dress. The the be-t medical
'ura'! stitiition CO .. very
i take. C'hildr! ljkt it. :Sur* ( Wf'4e patients of whom I '
for NIH.tau" Harms'rtiitrinicy. American woman In the same position :skill available, but could :rIOt no relief 'I
(?rip.l> C&)11g114.) : were women. I
:- John! hliepjurd, Sidney as the Fn-i'ch woman would ProbablYdrei.s until Foley's Ki: ;ney Cure wan 44 A1 \ From all part; of the city

K ihn. '. similarly, and the French woman !, recommended to ni*>. It tins been a
.- ;j Chuago. June in.-Of the 31$ perSons under similar conditions lu American : Godsend' to me." W. A. D'Alem. .. :, Our delivery men will c:... '>'-Y'

!] Injured in the St. Luke's Society I'I berte, 121 South Palafox. '
Doulilinu II'. hospital fire yesterday it is feared that \" inn; herself undoubtedly to our ---- .. \ where, at any time that aunty "'

&? .\ buy tif il:.;iit )'arll w.is n"kl'J by standpoint-Chicago Tribune. I Know One !ffnre Kernel .
y 1 .
tnree will die. thus brir.gr.g the totilof Write and .. >. .
I or telephone us v;>-
li S list. lr w lure the zt'iiitti; wis. lie for aa obetlcate col:J. I'j came u -t&b&m i
d.Mths to 13. Those I
.tl.I!! "That in tire hiMvcus di- reported in a A Pirinressine lint. II
ft'I'| "I.ot[
I deavor to -erve you Letter :l.ai. ..: :
: n..tl) UH'r 011t" ,. Ut'j!." j, critical coml: ion tinlay: were: This pictiiri'Miue! hat of white loz-:: BANNER 8 A L V E. I

.. To t-st tis I..lIuwll'I"I' further the T. 1' :Mears. Knoahurg Kalis. Vt.. horn h.:,. th,. eiUe of the brim draped the 1! other Laundry can.
most healing salve
In
t>vt worldMarston
'I hazily burned about
'udt'r usltil."i'a'i : j face. hands. ant
( 1
body.

tulh at tin-tvvu.lul jt-rMius'? tizzu li.no-?" the feaaie ze-:I A. W. Wattles. Chicago badly burned $5 Quina are sole ALL WORK c. o. D. Mi CaM for ail DtliTtreJ Free.

"1'1.,,)' :111:' I aivl bruised.j agents for the celebrated

"!III\\' ?.. I j I Mrs. Am :Wilson.. Chicago, badlyI Odorless refrigerators TELEPHONE J 14. 27 GARDEN ST-

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"If "n*' st.iud on tlii other's head. Ii 1 i burned.
I absolutely guaranteed WALKER INGRAHAM
The other or Manager.
--- ---- 31 injured were reported ,
A '-V.1.. ?tC't, :
Don't lie N \\'HlllT.T better of their hurts. but ;. ; money refunded.There's .
most of them /; ;>* *> __ __
_
u ___ _ _
)."T.' are too many iMsipto in tlietriirUl were still badly shaken In their nerve <&;4 ., .
f lots of money to be madein
vvaltiiif f r i.ivorublt l'llIIdltiulJs.I by the horror of what they endured **&* real estate-lots of it. A real es I Medical Society Attention.

Iiun't Io it. \\ \'\>' you jirtlusitJtni:: and witnessed[ jesterday tate sign is usually a flner-board to KIDNEY mm There will be a regular meeting ,,

t M'liu' vile (-l-) "> is |lowing nlif.ij of >ou. i The eight men arrested last night", wealth. Thos. C. Watson &; I I the Penaacola Medical Hociety a:

t \\tit fur lU'tlniu', : IIIHII out a cmir.seuiiil ': were still held today Including. E. Co., the leading Real Estate farm the Board of Health offce v. '

pursue it. nun or shine mud or :Miller president! of the St. Luke's I have some offers which it would ,'cIockp.m.Tuesday.June a},
nciety UM aul! of all
dit-
Uut-t. *u rm "r lisH.: culd or beat, cood be worth your while consider. Go, art molt Visiting physicians are cordial?

till.'-* "There will!! he '
j a full Investigation; till
DR.
All IllMill ttloln1Kuo __ to-morrow. E. F. BRrt EPresides
said Coroner Trager. "and if any on? : -. :
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\ KiDXEY CURE ''I'
of the dtath whiE' to negligpno, iIl ; ;;. Foley's FOLEye DR. W. C. DEWBERY,
V n T"" l.Nte. Kidney Cure n25ttf
the guilty persoa or p"rsns111 be limitiil Secretary.
"I\eyuu n-iuoiulifr." said Sirs. ( \ ) : nukes kidneys and
made to the bladder ri2ht.OA.STOnXA. .
pay er.aty
<;ruin|>;. "" h"l1 jou asked me to lu.ir- 1.i ta.iIL:: ; ;
1 Perhaps the f Marston $ Quina earn
ry jtiii'r" most pitiable all the ' or money refunded. Conttlrurcmcdiei

"\t s." toal,111': n nlill I'". death. was that of Alderman "Elinl :, $ F.- 3esra the K.' Y 'R AjiS Bk;iJIagUituze recognized by cml- the largest line of matting

.
i Billy Kent Not only was he bllnl : f r*
MId I sld Yisv""I ,, THE JOLLY VAKDE.V.witl. 'rugs window shades etc.
J. tht but fa ,
Dent physicians
t ri'iucniln it Wt l jtli always did but he wu incased In a straight! jack. ; Irish: lace.. .\ wreath of shaded! of ... u I\in the
f>t..lth hU and Bladder troublu.! cityWe lay our
talk too 1IUdl.-WI"blll.tOIl Star. bands strapped t.') his i hpln.,.:< as and foliage! covers the upper Do Kidney
yu want a magnificent watch
-- -- 11 ast. Keat wa an astute: politician! ,, mal Mfc .* I matting free.ADMINISTRATOR'S.
lirn.: There are strings; of black: for little money? If Ci), call on II JT

h WARNING.If [ had been a membtr" of the state legl- r:101"11 \civeL | Stephens! the jeweler. He will ac-, W. A. DALEMBEME.I' : NOTICE.

4 delegate l t::> the Re1834.- I commodate .
If hate hlld.tfrt..ubl" you.GRANt
kidney or
you ..
Estate of I. M. Kimberly, decease.
and do not ue 1-I..y' Kid.I.v ta.tllPtI9 twas:& eonVtntlon3 of ,. Ready to Yield. i I Notice Is hereby given that on the .'.

Cure, you will hs'e only your- "I used DeWitt's Witch Hazel ) EXCLUSION t ''day of July A. I). licJi, I will apply to : -
f If to blame for results, an it posj.mly I I Hoourabltj robiite Judge of Ktcam'. >
l cure all fornn of kidney and salve for pile and found it a certain V I&UtflS i county. Florida f oa ditcbacj* Iron t.j ..-

I W..dder di- e.ies.V.: ; A. D'Aleui-; WAS WASTING AWAY. cure." says 8. R. Meredith, Willow Again j aduimi9tratloa of aid estate.WILLIAH.' KISHERJaroamlm

b.rte, 121 ?. l'JIJfllx.l' 1] The following letter from Robert Grove Del.l Operations unnecessary : Administrator

I R. Watt of l em. Mo., is iatruc-: to cure pile*. They always yield to Th &G --

The nun who owns hi" own home i I tive: "I have been troubled with DeWitts Witch Hazel salve. Cures I 0 lAwartft J

injures himself against: lots ol> kidney disease for the last five skin diseases" all kinds of wounds. LODGE DIRECTORY

.i- trouble and worry. Nobody\ can,L ] years.: I lost flesh and never felt Accept no counterfeits. Hargis'

riie his rent, and the rent day ha;i, well and doctored with leading phyi Pharmacy: John Sheppard, /Kidney To Mobile, Saturday night. June H, %fr I.W.HARPER

.t no terror for: him. It's e:'<-y to own i sicians. and tried all remedie suIfp ?- leaving the union depot at 10:30' p,. KENTUCKY i KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.

f A home now-a-day ThO8. C, .ted without relief. Finally I Kahn.Water m. Returning, train will leave Mobile I -

WatSOn &; Co. can tell you how: tried Foley's Kidney Cure and "le* coolers that do not at 12 o'clock Sunday night,: WHISKEY PennftcoU Lodge, No. 3. K. of r.

: easy u i.Call; and see them. I than two bottle completely cured waste ice at the WillisHardware June 15. Fare for the round trip,, I
__ __ __ meetiCTery Monday nu
a me and I am now ound and well. I $1.50j from Cantonment and '
; Century lug .t ,:'JO .t Castle Hall.
r rV.. A. D'Aleinberte. 121 S. Palafox., Co.'s.The Pensacola. ri A .
Seasonable householdami I. same as For farther In. In the Bloant -- W tio
-- -- ormation" ; rly to 'I! ,r \ Banning third floor.Vliltlng .

kitchen utensils at the' : finest line of umbrellas in the ROBT. KINO or !. I brethren. oorilillywelcomed.
Foley's [
Co.'s. Honey and Tari city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go look 1 PETER THOMAS, M.CA.r..LI
Hardware
;: Willis cures colds, prevents pneumonia. at then l'I Excursion Managers I Sell( H Daminr Bres. I 1 'r HOKKLCB.K.: K. 4 8. 0.0

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THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY. JUNE li, J3D2 + s -


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rouflCALA Tire SPORTING-- WORLD I I ASKDruggist CATARRH AUGUSTA STRIKE ABOUT OVER. I, Ii j f

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The Champion Shot Putter for Strikers Are
Discouraged and
Many III
ijUNCEMENTS Albert Flaw is expected to break I 10 CENT C EAMYBAIM Are Returning to Work i ..
A
his own record at the intercollegiatetrack TRIAL SIZE. eo Augusta I
liR cp cOLD Jane l(.-Secretary Oener- 1

--. and field championship meeting R rr N ra al Hibbert, of the Textile Workers, is
I
to be held EI1'sCreamBalm 1 1I 411I'd
State Senator. at Berkeley oval New 1 again in Augusta to cheer the drooping ;
"
s'll
For .
York May 30-31.: He is the championshot GIvM Relief at Onrt, I I ;
*, d- uf Hon.V.. A. Blount It cleans.oothes 4? spirits of the strikers, but it seems of
putter, winning the title at lastears and heals I
,: unce him as a candidate r tbe diseated little avail. Though quite a number
het from this, the Sec-! ) (competition and during recent membrane. Itcures
'i..itor : :
: still
"i are
'? catarrh and \S. holding out, more of them arj
trials
% Jlllbtrlct, and has shown splendid form. ,,
..r respect- drives away a coldlatbeheadquickty ,
; ., to support of all Demo- !'In w Is the successor of such weightprop.nt i ?g,, returning to work every day and with for infants and Children. : \ "; ;
It absorbed Heals new arrivals the effect of the strike .
it. I ''
:;\_ ui at the coming primary. and McCracken rs as Richard of h'JIloof Yale ''SftmSsr1 the COLD ''N HEAD I i i the operation of the mill is daily becoming Ca; tnria i... a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pareyoric. j : I '''If I'
Pennsylvania and
;
I I and soothing Syrups. It is IMeu.snnt. It : '
- Restores Props !
the Senses: of 1 lute ana Bmell. less apparent. Mr. Hibbrt is
For Representative. although his present championshipmark ; full feizSio.; Trial Size lUc; at Druggists, Contain. neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic 1 : '
(JIj- d-ot Scott )1. Lortin take is somewhat behind the results or by IDIIoII.I understood to have informed the gtnl- substance. It destroys; Worms and allays Ft'\"rbhuess." !" ";

,:. .t,I- (f :announcing him as aLL of their mighty efforts he gives prom ,I M Warren ELY(street BROTHERS New York. ere that they could count on not more It cures Diarrhtra gad AVintl Colic. It relieves Teething t if. ,

itf.>r Representative; in the II'e! of approaching neartr to them as I IFiraenzleln than J600 per weak from the organization Tro.lIes cult! cures Constipation. It regulates tho I I 'I i J

;">.:- .1 from E cambia county i and this being only a little over !Stomach and liowels, giving healthy and natural bleep. J ;

..'v ni-ire the support of all . I 1I believes that It Is possible''' SI a week each per week of those who The Children's: I"auarcaTheIuth'r's Friend. I ::
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the coming primary. : .., :" '
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ju. 11 : ,i. j: : .-.r: I for him to lower this record, anotheronefifth are out they will not much longer 1 '
The Kind You Have : 1t
-- I 1 of Always Bough : j ;
-- For Reoresentative.J ..:<;t. '.::, a second. I II II II I; consent to remain in idleness at the I ,

< uf Henry C. Clopton I :.: \ ? I bidding of one man. Bears the Signature of '
: I j ;
an a-s a candidate for \ : Futurity Worth 70000. It is said that a boycott of the Kir.g I

... \'. in the Legislature ..:; : The Futurity this year will be wortb mill goods hag been threatened, but 33: i j t I ,'1 1I
,. and Irtii u'. ... ?iO. OO. It is the most valuable race
mbii county request.fall 7 ..
E': of
I i most its goods are shipped to China 1
democrats; in the r .. ......:.'...;. '. I in America. On Saturday, Aug. 30 it the leader Is not happy in making this I I a". liIn .

i h .cratic urimary. will be decided, and a fortune will be '
proposition. The strike has frazzle
,
PS h r. handed over to the of tbe win '
l'N I owner
', W M1 '
- w''n. r+.t? : out without Mr. Hibbert having
For Representative. r r i i nfllX' I ner. succeeded i # S' F

J5 ot Chas \f. Colton an- I I When tbe entry to the stake closed, in forcing the mill men into a I Use For Over 30 Years. U
candidate for conference. I i ; ii
ra rep- .
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in the legislature from .:..Ir., :' : the Coney Island (N. Y.) Jockey club THr mnuuo T. TT MVPPaV vT.rrT afW TOa't C'TT

,nutaud they a-k then had received 1.241 nominations Of -- -- -- - - -- -_- ;
SHE TOOK THE BASHFUL ONE. .
I''
:' democrats iu the com- .: :'.j this number 30.1: subsequently became'I !

: :' 'I void from various causes 419 were declared I, RENOTCE..
':\. :i,.:" out on payment of $10. (12 at +: North Carolina Girl Was In Doubt Betwecn 16,000 frs. N ,"

-- .. ..'" $20. 10 at $GO and 12 at $iO. leaving' Two Suitors. / Awarded at Paris \ I 1 1I
For County Treasurer. '. \ Dr. G. 11. Tuttle
/ .f. : 433 Raleigh June 10.-Miss Lula \Vai-l, ,
: : :"r! youngsters eligible to run for the I .
I ,
.- .,1 Frank E. Jirawuer I stake. the pretty daughter of a well-to-do ; \ Dr. J. G. Heard ;
,
nice him as a eiudidate '. 'farmer of Catawha (ounthas had \ 1
\\'tfusurer of K-cambia I auiNALAROCHEWINE \
1 I Iii ""'00011: Corbett" Popular. 'numerous suitors. She was in doubt l DENTISTS. 1
''t to the action of thertulariei ;
; The women seem to be about as silly I as to whit ot two of them she should: I I'I''I'II
July lj| and ii
c support of the voter?. J' OUT "Young:: Corbett" as the'r' 'marry. She wanted to take the a..tI ( CORDIAL Rooms 7 and ft. M.i'onic Tiinple. I"" '

1- over Paderewski. When In Buffalo I, vice of some ot her girl friends, and I All branches -ursical.. liperntlve BudMwbanicnl
: j Hishe: rccommcnditlons for cure of Poorness Pentibtry performed with tfctinicul -
be j jcl
Treasurer. recently appeared on the street.
hr County ". 'I so went to the town of Hickory. .. mood Stomach troubles and General De- -kill. '
iuy-elf a candidate for -..... with a young woman. On the sidewalkwere I The two went also and each of them bui'v Increases the ippetne strengthens 'i\i'
for the '>-ition of about I the ncr\c and builds up the entire lyMS3 Special attention x\\vn to e'hildren'sTrtlh.itOldHiia yI,
i twenty young women "rub- '1 i procured a license so as to he prepared I'orctrlam Fillings! l'ro"l1 II 1 1l
I I.T of cambia conn- bering" wildly. Finally one of them i I roe Ilrnuitt mid liridgc Work I.
.. of the demo- I the moment: she made up her mind. .11Lest
PARIS
action nom' rushed up and gave him a great bunch i l ; Material ; lonipfirni Equpmtat.: | lI
It required several hours for her to de 1 F'. Foi ra A Cu.. i
'" J. \V. FHATEU. ,.- of (tlo\vcrs. "Thank you for the flowers I 5ee111,, .S I I Tt'lf'Ihunt :'Ii... II7H.IniForttri .
lady." said "Young Corbett" as he cide.The '
: two suitors were Professor J'
raised his hat Then he coolly passed I I
For lax Assessor.iuuututce j, Louis Bolick andVill \\ nklt'r. Th. '
\ the bouquet over to the girl he was
ul\'-..lf as a I :. latter had long loved her but was >'> I I
:
re-election as Tax Aiinbi.1 :- with. (! bashful that he had never proposed. II t l Wm GO. Ii'
"-. county subject aALDER ijr
"I the democratic pn- 1"f -i';ucr* and 1i Crurpioao.v j She finally decided in Wmklei! favor I

liu.s t have \\
\V.\V. RH-IIAKHS.: :::":" : .. I nil itue Mire that th" 'ivum's ''I'I ision. j hous where she was. to Balsam of Copaiba, and liealrra In- I"t ..

i' iiiit\\i'.li">taiiiig; I.)" "MX: eyes. i:> j Together they hastened to the residence i I C'hebe and Injections.. 1PJD1 I a

for Tax Collector. rr.i\v, rxiVEiism OFCALIFORXIAhe fr from llt'I! ig; ju-u'e.' says an llnglNlinaturalist. ; of the Rt" '. Mr. BUill.... who per They cure in 48 hours the Chinese and Japanese'I.

I'liiounce myself as a It it ury U.tiicuit; ; to catcha formed the marriage cerenionAs same J vasM ..l'Itbj.1&I1y inc<'n"I ItFancy ::

i .' !rt..lectr'lI1 as Tax Col- grows older and consequently more !-i>it t/cr! with :i pair of forccpImt a soon as it was t'nd..d1: r. and :Mr-. -tveefc.. SDI n flY u i DRUGGISTS Goods, ;:1 i ii'

: 1--.. niitua! county, *ubject t tcaMined.? flaw puts' the shot with scorpion; can easily be captured if !la> I
Winkler test for their future tome in .
.f democratic! pri- i t-efuiinz ease, leading the uninitiated noise i is made. Spiders see their prey FINE CHINA TEAS, I
Burke .
j"I i spectators to believe that his work isi before they are caught in the ueb. but county.In 31 South Palafox SL : J

\ II. ()''\ l.nunln'E.For I i a "cinch." When the ambitious novice i ;
tie! !scorpion II1n"t''' nil Illm't'IIl'ut whatever Every WomanIs Laundry Office Pensacola, Fla. 1
attempts to manipulate the weight, ,
to !seize flies or cockroaches until I .
lax Collector. Order of Importance."She awl lloutd lnuwI1 ---- .
j however, matters assume a different Indicate; their whereabouts bymovements. I abuutthewwlderfulI NOTICE
,i- tlt'tiry lieiliugeraui they keeps an immense establishment .

: i candidate for Tax appearance. This being the case it doesn't she?" wI-,' I (iij i 7h MARVEL new ,".Whirling.. arl.,.. Spray'.J'I:' I have been authorized to take .
r-: t'.iilna couutub.. i In a trial during the winter on the be understood how t'ailytilt' I and
:: ('an"l'al1i1y "Oh. indeed .'s-a head coachman dun \ai-l\wM. Itest sAI- subscriptions for Win. Jennings
} eelMc'.l.mvrlret..
i IMC primary to be !! campus of the University! of California, scorpion) may be roused Into motion two footmen two grooms and a stable! It u...... la.lully. Hrya 11'8 paper, "The Commoner.
I
j lid request the 1 at which institution Flaw Is studying, by the vibrations of music.If j i boy a housekeeper cook undercook a.5nrlnrFLlWrlt, The price is $1.00 per year in ad
> Ir1! It'. : he sent the missile several inches te the ifbr.'annotnpplythe'N vance. Those desiring the
sounded
be
fork pager
a tuning em '
and downstairsmaid ..
kitchen maid, ,
--- upstairs : \In "
at"1 nu
-
i yoml the present intercollegiate! mark can have it pent to them by seeding
table on which I keep my eased: w-ur! Pthrr but.eud ttmnp for 11 1
For M<""Vr bit-ool Board. governess husband and child.-
btntrardl.tw.l.a.llgiree ,
} I r'H.
j II.ut a'l the test was not officially meas. pion he at once becomes agitated amistrikes lullilltrlh'ua... lludMim'tini,* in.raln.buvluadeaMIRSLLO.. i1.0Uto the undersigned
.
, f ;. .' i- .' V\ M I .Norton here- nretl it was not permitted to stand this o I with his Puck.I : ., ,, \1. BOC-JIE, 1 t.
.... out viciously sting.;
.tiuiH'Ji' ui.iuUcy! for the Care Daily News. t .
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: credit. On touching him with the vibrating Room :32 e Times Bldg. New t ork.
i /la.'uui :t- ,i member of the "lI
>/ hoard fi.rn: district No. .'to .: i tuning fork he sting it and then coils I -

I' il' umcratic primary lthf'lbf'rt to Ran Again. himself! up as scorpions do when :
," I5)! :. Ethelbert, winner of the HrightoiP.iiuh : I hedged in. Intl'sPills THE GARDEN SECTION :' i

cup, at two and a quarter miles., ', 11:1

}Member Board Public Instruction. I ia I'.HM and the favorite for the Suburban Talked Ten DnHitrn' xs'orth. oOFoPensacola
'
.ends of Hou. EII'eh'ar d l handicap last year, will It,> trainer:I "I remember when Judge;: Au-tin was

>. his name as a caiulidatiii again; this year. He recently arrived nl I trying a case in the criminal: connsaid ." This effectually popular cure remedy never fails to Florida J

ction as member of tin Shet-pshead! Hay, X. Y., from LucidApplfby's n I Milwaukee law 'r. "that he tad, ,--- I 1 1I

1 Public Instruction troll I New Jersey farm. a fellow to defend who was enil, .T, > Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. 1

N 3 of Ecambi4" county,1 .T..ok Jojiu-r, -\\lni trainol the Breasun I guilty.! When the time came for lot'; Headache, Biliousness j :I di t

: lie action of 1-. the demoniiirif" Evtlii-n ['>r t\v
> Jn.r charge near of tint his stable airaia.fe: mate is nywliei-tuiw qrirrt.l ) lag; to let the case go to the Jury at Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion i Beautiful Lots for Sale. r

For Commissioner. believing that tllt'fwas
County once, tin .I
'.jof J.V.. Brewton o:r Last" fall UthelU\ was turned out it I: chance for nc/iuttjl.! and The solid natural flesh.result Dose is small good; elegant appetite 40x137 feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord- {If'' :
." training and retired to the stud. Helm
N > announce him :1-1.:I "lie was nudgtd by the defendant ly sugarcoated and easy to swallow. J "

: -1' re-election from ,;aii I proved so auieh in the winter that hi!5| who said Tor the Lord's sake, tax lake No Substitute. !' ing to location and surroundings.

,, /i:ict, to the action of tin: chance to start training for a few race e, -

1 ,1'1.IfJ.. was then cotisidonil excellent by Jail; something." 'Yuu know you are guilty and youdidn't Exceptionallyrood :Neighborhood, Beautiful View Jr :

.loyner. When .loynt-r reached that dc STEAMSHIPS. High Dry Fertile Lands. *
me much whispered ,
Commissioner. pay anyway | It i
fur t.ounty ;' ci;ion. Perry ISelmont.; his owner, en I: II
; the lawyer.
mnounce mj>elf a, tc.'unty L terror his horse in the .:
annuarhalupionSHip
commi'ionerubjict great '"1 know that. Paid the prisoner.! '1 lux .lL3t.j .max- t&ie The grandest opportunity for investment ever'
: worth 2.V it.
?
to the actioi only paid you SU, and fur goodness'sake I offered in Pensacola.
ithe ensuing demo. !i,' lah.-Ibert!\ will loe traintnl exclusive!;v ; ) talk $10 worth anyway'r JAN{ OCEAN TRIP I ,i '
: If he stands the ;
for this big event o !
i-; x ..111115.. "l-M-r.v one in the room heard that. 1 Borne Seekers Should
I"I W. C.: YAKKKliriill.iur deal uf the severe preparation for th E and JII,1e .\u"t1n talked his $1" wnrth !! < To NEW YORK, BOSTON j e These Lots i

two and a quarter miles ho will star!, lie cleared! his man too."-Chicu;;oi i ){ ni\r ALL jj If, :!

.ounty Commissioner. Should he show the least signs of lame;i CLrouiclf. l EASTERN RESORTS k : A "V. 01 u bbs ;

r .I"II""U I : henbLU'. MOS he will be stopped his work am m

; a candidate foi r sent hack to the farm. I i The In\ rntlon of the tf''ml.oul. Via -Lt }

v-. ty ci>mmiioneKcambia r Hubert rulttiu's! Clermont. the first The .:Q\1\\\\\ 3R V !I Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. :, I

etoutsA KrnrnzlPln'a Uf'"oh'f' ftoanihoat r>f any practical I value, was
OCEAN STEAM5HIP COMPANY: 1

'. ..i. -f the democratii. Hi c A. C. Kraeuzlein. the famous hur, laum-livd into HIP Iat river. It is not i j"R M Ii'i k >Km. K K. C BKENT WM. H KNOWLEH. W. K. HKK.. JK.. J. H. KKEHE.President. .

.' : ':: .. 4:rea-on primaries.that" inM P; tier, Eke XIasey Long, the quarto r. Knownlio first (-unc(.ive.I the idea of 50 Hour of Ocean Breezes 1 Q !: Vlce-fretident. i'.. ,*r.u't Cashier,
| mile runner has decided to resume ac '' 'i'vlins! boats by steam; probably I i
: !h', lid thinks he cal I i Sailings eachVeeK f
'" i n-: ;PI : li.IWt intere-'tJ o.f live competition in athletics. Kraewz' Salomon tkCans.. In Itjl," Many IHT- 3 rI'

.tidy'. If IIM friend;"s I loin has recently become a member o f' sons lxl'rillll'llt..1l with steam ]>rouul- from Savannah. Ga. First National Bank

'." ititi-re-ted' agree will I i the Milwaukee: Athletic club and ha s loll between 17Q.;: when William llen- I ;, ..1.111.-.'' .,., ,.' .1.1- 1"'I'\II \.m. ',. 1

tl: ippreciate( their "tip,. begun' training.: When he announce'his 'ts'' ry of rennsyUiinia' ; placed! a small boat "7t 1 "I t,a.vrt.,'g1 i Its '.rd 4I."-rI ', etl'I.\1 111111. '11'I. -It ,< :
,
he though t 1 : t- I II. t' ,1' .'
--- retirement a year ago on ho Cimestoira river and IboT. wheni 1f, _' .,.: .". ,' 1, I
could induce him to race again. .. i,0n ,
for nothing i the ( !,'I'I\.nt madeIts trip to Albany. -: I'f OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

I inunty Commissioner. but his love for athletics has prove I 1 Ainon; them were the Marquis d I"r J. 15. Roberts an. 1 ,...".. t'C APLT To i :'
'I to resist .Inraes nud Juhn'i 1 DI1 : OTOIti91 i
too Uumsey .
,i strong Jonfi'ioy. It It k1.a.".. on.O".r! L. -1.. II. I: I. ,
i- a candidate, fur re tiling that has influencelr J' ... produced moilels I'. a. --.11. TrL.I 1..r, r..1.. .... (
,'''UlltClll11llll..illlll'l Another I Tilfh. Tin: men ."V w4lrrll..tnl..nl a..t. a..I'.n.al.ila 1 WM. H. KNOWLES. W. A. BLOUNT F. C. BREN1. N. K. HYER J&f :

-abject to the actioi j, I Kraeuzlein to change his mind Is th..P' i i which were worthy of the name steamboat ";f'f; : D. G. BRENT "

.1 tale prmiarie- July fact that Australian athltte G. W. ';, but the ('!I'rItWnt was the mst!


.. ,.i'V.' ..cy 1''UII1dt'lIIaud that a-k the the l1lLtl'rit-uppor hi:t':1;[i I Smith lie 1.1! ha seconds* equaled 0\''':!I' -\:11'\ rent I I'.h' t record hurdle!o.f,' ;,. crt steam carreti Fulton: vessel pa!-is-cngers: fairly produced! and entitled fri'icht.andUob-which to the actually credit GIMIAI Following:"\ : FKK.NCH i i.* the::,, schedule SCIIEltt'LFl of the; ;I r ron!( s ad a Dishac s s'We A tl 3 Du At t ad S olds I ,.


I tv. in -ecurinir it. of iim-iitiim the 1t'anll'tOat
Cures Eczema ad Itching' Humo r I government steamer General French I

FI l aunty Commissioner. Through the Blood-Costs Nothing The steal and- the Beer which THK NEWS prints; for the ; ;W draw oar own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain Ireland t ; ,

i inVM'll, a candidate fo:r to Try It. The! <. !l! dies hot stop his:: search for benefit of the merchant* who! hip ,'Germany, France, An?tria Italy Holland, pain, BeJginm, Rnaala NCI j i

... l'tlull11i".ltlller fo:r | 1?. K. M I Botanic Hl..d Balm; i i.I ii i.. fetal until he lw completely! satisfied their good*; to the various army'pots :1 way Sweden, Denmark and other European ,
it primary to lit> lieki I i now ix'iiirnizpd a- 31'0 rtnm and surE" takes i
then he a
, his excellent :appetite: :
,
i i-k for the -upport o f cur for Eczema.: Itching! Skin. Hu, : frVeolsels Disbursed th. Most Favorable Terms H
upon and
Ju Leaves fensacols iR. m.Leaves
rab-. ScaleVatery Hitter '
nor?. : : I Obligation Taken Payable at Port of estirailon Ten .t
hs: .. ....7Sda! or Fifteen Dari {
i." r as close' us l"''sit'e! to : K rrancn n' n' m.
l.KK: llAXIKU. .. Pimple.Aching Hones: 01Joints. r Leaves 1'icbeiii ... ,.. ":'(1 I la. in.Leaves I i after Vessel Arrives there. .1 ;
Boils, Carbuncle, 1'rickliiif lirt.Uhuu:: Io..k. The s-liuUH-s-t; 'and liarrununt ,.. .. ...... -:I IS a. in. ____ _____ t1/
1-or County Commissioner. I'.iln in the Skin, Old Eating Sores. will awake-i I him and. without waiting: Leaves Prn-acola ., ... ln.i.. a. m. "Safety Deposit: Boxes for Rent In Connection
minium.! myself as ;I Arrives Karranca-t 11:111 a. m. and then :t
r :? *-!r.. etc. Botanic Blood Haiti:1 to linti out the w-unn- or dinctioii.] hei '
ic-flfction a< count;\, make a trip to "ortIclt..e and llieu re- with which we have a Priwa Apartment for theUia : :
; iXcn: internally, cure the worst' inc I i rolls mutt the water. He can stay uueltr tel II" to i.trraaca;
K:
i tiom dl"tnctIf !.ea%'". h rnctts I I.:, p. m. of Renters.
' : .:-uhject to the actioi i ,lutrieepeatedcasesbyenrichiurnrf : f,.r ti'i'.y: thirty-five minutes, but !.cn\e- rii-kens ..l :;." .... m.t. 1
itupnmaiies: July I IJ',' .' If':! and vitalizing the blood.. wh"-o L" will come up none tau tell .....\.,- Ker-aeoU t'i: I p. m. ; :
oj
th''r-hv Mood I..jsl'll'kt'n :.:la m ;
Diving n healthy supply p
ippott of the voters.JOHN ; T:, I n I one knows better than the Arrive hnrriinras 5:51: and makes
Blood B.ilrr p.m. : ;
to tf! skin. Botanic j
0. \\'KI >II. I" the only cure, to stay cured (01 i ithese r' U .11. :. -nl if tin bear ieali7.es! that it isihijosiMe : trip io .McKee and return. WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE!

r County Commissioner.I awful, annoying skin trouble-. : to steal up on the leewardM. i, On \\\\'etlne"dt"'lIldaturda\. : ;r.

ul i \\' .\ Mielby here_ Other remeilie-may relieve but B. '' .> of the seal having hs! black in-e: bat wil l le.ivtKjrrunca Vla'Pick- :: Wrtc* IlliiMnt i ?tar, for oar rmta.ofcu baml.mn RF.4DTHETi.TTl.RS I' 1"

',- ti! candidacy for re_ i B. B. actually cures;, heal every f; co'r..l with his paw ami hi. bo.: .lsli.itejes ens for Pensacola at 6:30 p. m. ..- i', a1'lF'wdatbeanblW."iunii we irte fur *'prr J, frt rstraud. | .: a'; I1

. I- county coiiimi--lone r ,. ;sore, and gives the rich :glow o dosed! when the seal has hisojttn The General French is for army I __ f.1 ocr-otIl". w,. r ve/.""..." aro tn. :rr w'tr' t at5rr it you I .

' '1 ,du.. X: of 1-Ncambi;::. I health to the kin. B. B. H. builds ui'! i tuid on the watch he looks about for a purpose* only and any outsider mu-t or pW"'Ii..r to'tkjf a l'>b'/i r'..*o... t'i Est:,. ;' 'x'y Jl I lea, 1 ,'i 1 ''r.,1

-. .t t-/ c: to the: action of th<,e the broken-down body.and make '. favorable; point of departure, Jives un- have a pas from the quartermatero | 5 choice, -vpreLj uf rtmnil uini.BIl itwliiau 'iimrVK..r.1 '.ar ">. t'i irt*. 1 1t h,

.,. ptim-iries July 15; am tithe I i blood red and nouri hint. Ovei. .1. r the I ice, and if he rightly: judges the take passage o i her. y t.I".p''! "','.Iwap'_ Ki. T.'-. 1:,_. 'IIC, 1obI t..aU '..
*ami o l u lfui bfnvnmvairilwl. To "
fr o* ir
3000 voluntary testhuum il* of cure.by \i
al I I'[
'i' the hearty urprt..f : and direction he comes up at ...i..',:eua'Mlrarsutk ..y 1
distance! ,f e
'
Botanic Blood Balm B. B. B. we tftf a 6U.plre Pinner /.t-'r a .
j Druggi-ts: :f 1. Trial treatment, free> the very spot where the seal ha< ex VI Art-.hnt} >...
"j and prepaid: by writing Blood Bun t: petted to ;go don 11. The seal's fate :is STEAMER LINE SCHEDULEoila BRIBTOI.. VT B'IKf""..1",1.1'1.U kreat"ar:; ..'*.: .rivi i v, u I''' ,i'..''. '. Itl
,
I 1 amy m' p''t'd em n. and< I., n ,. .1 .. t :
j| Atlanta. Gi. Describe troubled .. the l'l':1r'hn'wJut' ;! 'iw.
:\IIUWlt'tHY. Co., thus settled, and w: gr1 of on : '"' I ar Pluts.n.. a IY' A'.I
i.r .1' lit: .tiL '" .,. .. ..... ...
i .
,
lad free medical advice ri'vfu uuti I; NkholaChronic ; / .1<& r It1. !
; ; rewarJ.-tt.: : '
vli'r i,;ncd takesthHinethoi I earns i Pt'tl..at.'ula and 'liltlln-Bl/al .- 1.1.1. \ .f It. I
.'. 1 cured. rs ?. Tff't' tnodo1' rt i*.. mt t. f.-tT'It WC 1U "W a rKIw d .
-u: tier service* as ;:l\ Knns : Mi nil .. .:
: : Daily Kxi-cpt ay. .f: li".trOt.! -ini tar! :;> w to.1 u w 'ir.rtj-0. .N r< L fTyirt
- .-- -icpu-ed midwife hay.1 I.1'I I nthUM .'iet!"*i W to .i e: T St'. "' w 1:' '',''.' w' '' \ JJ tin
Pocket cutlery and scis. bronchial troubles and a few CAjt. 1 tin ... .re t j....s. I' I' :T(>M and ....t u'ylkfur.VEIJKaa. VJtim i
i,! ;Xi; years experiencebet | "CITY OF TAMPA. BdoJH. h. Mr. AG\EsliuIGtL5Gd.' n II..', 4l.,. Siifcr i

I v 'vician of refereuce"of this city.! frog 11 sors from the rinest to tin o, 'ummercouztls and cared can bv Foloy'be quickly* Hone relieved .v L'I'lIllon "'.:*' am LvPensacolaI. pin I : SALVONA SOAP CO., Cor, 12th & PInE Sts, ST. LOUIS MO. \

MK<. M. GIDDENS, cheapest, at the Willii s and Tar.V.. A. I\l tnbHtfl. 121: I'l'n.oll\\I"OI; ...r ;\ltlton... j. pm I '
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J South: DeVilliers Kt. \ hardware Co. S. Palafox. i Fare.iue: Hound trip.1", i.. ;

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11. 1902

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If I' BADLY INJURED AT 'WOODMEN OF THE -

ANOTHER WRECK FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY,

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SCENE OF WRECKJames WORLD TO HOLD !
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1' OCCURRED TODAYSwitch Bowman, an employe the I I I I MEMORIAL SERVICES I Ii',i COMflENCINGFRIDAY tt


L. & X. railway, who was sent to -- i

Molino yesterday: to assist in the Live Oak Camp No. Woodmen

Switch and Freight Collide, Damaging clearing away of the wreckage, was ,of the World, will unveil a monu-I'

badly injured by a steel rail striking ment over the grave of

Both Machines Considerably. Iif |Ii him in the back. He was brought to sovereign, Joseph B. Rosiqne,Jr.,en

i the city and medical attention was Sunday, May 15, at 3:30 o'clock, at
I
given him. Michael's$ cemetery.
I AND CONTINUING FOR EIGHT DAYS WE WILL GIVE
It U a superstition with railroad this is where the largest item of expense -j I A memorial service will be held :
The Finest Fabric
.
men that wrecks never come singly, will come in. ;i on the same day by Live Oak Camp

corn-pared No. 1 and Hickory Comp No. 21.
but when one occurs it ia pretty:' ure i
WRECKED CARS BROUGHT !1 WHERE hen this tender membrane is irri The public are cordially invited to aoPER
to Ibl followed by two others. The I
THIS MORNING :'tatedwe have griping pains, diarr- attend these services.

sense, of this superstition :Jhas been h ea and cholera morbus. Whatever

proven on the Pensacola division be the cause of the trouble, take Filthy Temples in India.

A number of cars which were in Perry Davis' Painkiller according to Sacred cows often defile Indian CENTDISCOUNT

lately, for three costly :sma h-upil yesterday's wreck were hauled here the directions with each bottle. temples, but worse yet is a bodythat's
poluted by constipation.Don't .
have occurred within ten Jay!!. Travelers in all climates carry Pain-
this morning and all bore mute evidence permit it. Cleanse your system
killer in their grip sacks. Large with Dr. King's New Life Pills
The latent: took place this morning of having been in the trouble. : ; ;
, bottles 25 and :50: cents. and avoid untold mi-ery. They -
at Goulding, when switch engine Many of them had the ends smashed : give lively livers, active bowels
good, fine Only
digestion. appetite.
No. 1123: ran into an incoming local -in and draw heads gone. These CARLOAD( OF FINE 25 cents at W. A. D'Alernbertes' ON ALL INFANTn', CHILDREN'S, MI63E-- ANBOYS' ; : .

were loaded and marked "TimeFreight. drugstore, 121 S. P .lafox.
freight from Mobile, damaging both WATERMELONS FOOTWEAR.
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." As many as were in condition 1
engines con-iderably. Both were -- Furniture, go
to handle were sent to the If Yon fifut\ t I
Thirty-pound Must be
hauled to the shops for repairs. Responsibility -. dock to have the export freight sold quick. average to PRYOR'S. I DO NOT FORGET THE DATE.

for this wreck was not taken out and placed: in the ware- JACOBY GROCERY CO. CONCERT AND DANCE AT

fixed: as yet, but it H said a switch house. As soon as emptied, they - ---- MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY I
NIGHT. TRAINS AT s. 8:30 AND I
got ciughtand caused both enginesto will be taken to the shop for repair. SaVeIoneT by buying 9. LAtH TRAIN RETURNS AT ,

The big engine, No. 781, and the your furniture 11:50. TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT MEYER SHOE
CO.
try to pats one another on the at Marston $ (lccina'sGreat DEPOT. I
other one, Ito 34, were jammed ,
sarnetrack. Nobody was injured. Furniture
tightly together in the collision and Emporium. OA.9TORIA.. !

No. 1123 was hauling a number of could hardly be pulled apart. One Betty 10 ltl Kai Yiu fl3I A'tiis 3x 1 Feet Furnisher for (',,+h Only
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empty gondolas, and was thought to man: who saw them said the smaller CONCERT AND DANCE AT I 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY
have been under control. No. 25 engine was almost hidden by the i
NIGHT TRAINS AT 8. 8:30 AND
H the latest! ,
was in charge of Engineer Hayless, other one. 9. LAST!' TRAIN RETURNS AT La L N orrna See L. Bear & Co'advertuewent \i -
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-- 11:50. TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT in''
"1 Never Knew Pain Killer to Fail DEPOT. ':
and is a daily train from points another column. I I,, LAW DEPARTMENT
before, what tae the matter be?
south to Pensacola.INVESTICATING Where is the bottle There, I NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. -OK-
thought so; it is not Perry Davis' GRAND I

Painkiller at all, but something the John B. Stetson University
CAUSEOF druggist must have made himself
and I did not notice it; I have used His Britannic Majesty's Vice Consul 4th of July Picnic Do Land Florida.

YESTERDAY'S WRECK Painkiller for years for diarrhoea: at Pen acoh inform !
,cramps and stomach aches and it begs to I JOHN F. FOIt E'J. Ph. I)., Pr..df'luLBEItT J. FAUIUH, I.I B n"1

I never failed." shippers that, pending an enquiryinto ANDCELEBRATION Tall Term CommenceWednenlaj', Oet..l er 1, IJMrj.

Crews of both trains which were ;I. a virulent form of tick-fever I TWO YEARS' COURSE-The; : I.nw D"partmentofJohn B. Metson rniverni va ,
'z zs2sz 2sz5ss t."o.Ylafij'cour>*a.leading the dejre of LL. H
wrecked yesterday. morning at Mo-j| ; in Rhodesia, the governor of Natal DEGREE ADMIls Tu THE RiR-ThediplomaattheLaa' Department
AT I Sterna University admits to the Kar.
lino were summoned; before thej; SOCIETY EVENTS has telegraphed that his government FURTHER IN KOKMATlON-r or the Law Announcement of I\II\ -a.and a.. .
c 4lrediaforaialion regarding tb >Law Unpartmeot.addrriALBERT .
have prohibited: the introductioninto Magnolia Bluff
regular investigating court this I ; J. FARRAH. Dean of Law DepartmentDe
Natal of horned cattle from the Land .
morning for the purpose of trying to I J BY THE
AND PERSONALS :State: ? of Texas and Loui<,iana.

arrive at the bottom of the matter I[ |n -- --- -- --- .
I K. I. K3 '
aid fix the repoiiMbility. The in- !i S S t252 2sP5a5'"sEs52J For O\er Mxty lears. WNNN VNmNrW

MRS WlVSLOW'S HOOTHIXA HVRTP bal MYSTIC
vel'ti.tati.m: is being held ill the ;, Mr. Charles Moore of mutT Springs been used(or o\<*r sIxty year by mn lion sol ASSOCIATION
mother for their Children while! teethingwitU ,
is ;spending today in Peii.ici>U.: perfect SUCC" +, It soothes the child. "'at ollic of
Saltiaar-l and if
Bupt.:: ever |1 softens the guuia.aliikya all pain,cure. wind
MU* Hazel Maneely i U vi-ituigher; colic and U the best remedy for luarrhoe 10 a. ni.
secrecy was maintaiued it n done' in 1C will relieve the poor little gu3rer immediately. Bee
aunt, Mrs. F. R. Lamb at Tallahassee. Hold by Druggists In every carl Posters for Full Details.A .
this instance. of the world. d(
Twenty-rive
cents a bottle. handsome
B*sure you ask for"M r*.Winslow's Booth- prize will be given to.
Each aud every member of the ng Syrup,"and take no other kind. the lady selling the greatest
Mack Bennett ha gene to ht. number'of tickets. .e Lace Curtains
crews is given instructions as in
Louis, where he will in future re I

courts of law, and all the interrogation side. La L Norm the L.latest Bear!& Co'sadvertisement Admission, including fare, 35c; 11(4

fail to wrest from anyone of The lawn i in Children, 25c. ....SALE....
to be Mrs. ,
party given at
another column. __ __ _n__ __
them : information. Dr. Anderson's
any nextf'edneday ---- --

--- promises to be a very enjoyable: af Try THE NEWS Want Column.rynyKauam Mr. y;; MONDAY TUESDAY ::

COST OF fair. Children will attend from 5 to --Kpnevm--Right Away AND '

6:30:: o'clock. Thereat of tIe
evening euJ
THEWRECK nukes a aa cJ/tail otcoiutu sad cold: *
will be devoted to ne! grown ,
WAS HEAVY
folks. Ball Bearing keen cutting NICK' FRIEDMAN
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Lawn Mowers, at the L & co'sd'C'

The ci>it of the snurfh-up at Mo- EPWORTH LEAGUE Willis Hardware Go's- I '

Imo will be heavy when figured >
up ;
H is i the latest! One Lot Window thadeworth 20 and 25c, to go at....1'' .

it was given out today. OUt' official WILL ENTERTAIN L U [ Orilla SEe L. Bear & Co's 1UUIIUIDAILY P One Lot Window Shades, worth 35 and 45c, to go at.t':

aid that the coat wo-ild advertisement i in One Lot -
probably another column. Window Shades, worth 5n and Tic, to go atOne .. >'

take the ;rants from the Pensacoladuii'Hi Lot Window Shades, worth Mae and $I, to go at.. ; "
The Epworth of : .
League: toe Pat.x-
for about a month or more, One Lot Lace Curtains. 1 3
to
pairs, worth $1.25 to (1 Totogoat
i and that did not cover the delayan fox Street Methodi-t church! wills PATION lA. UNITED SUPPLIES STATES MARINE FOR ; ...... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... ..:. ..... :.. ;.. >.-cOne

!III"i of time freight. It'Uh engine give a Literary and Musical entertainment l CORPS-Headquarters, 17. S Marine MENUS Lot Lace Curtains. I to 3 pairs worth $2.50 to |:3 6"toeo i,

in the Miuday *c'iool: room 'Corps,(Juartermaster's Office, Washington atOne ...... ,... '" .... ". .. ...... ... .... .... .. .. .') 7''; II! :..
were alma totally wreaked, andfllY D. C.. June 9, H"JSealedpropoals Comprise all the /"
of the Methodist church on Thursday | in duplicate will be received Date Dishes the Markets Up-to- Lot Lidies' Sailor Hats in all *tales only ;)f eae A.-,.
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night, Jun. 12, at >< o'clock. The at this office until noon on One Lot Children's Crash Tarn O'Shanters to go at l"e eat
\ PONT: TIIHY {,0?' June 24. ljtl S i2. and then be publicly of the WorldAfford.
chief feature of the entertainment i opened, for furnishing rations at See Show Window. t.I{

A Way to Puli Off the "Mane On'." will be a lecture l-y Hon. Chit*. H. lona Island, :-i. Y.; Portsmouth, N. ?

Perhaps some. day you will wake up H.; Newport, R. I. : Brooklyn, N.
to the fact that cots Mijuickly and Laaey of this city on -The Philoso- Y.; Philadelphia Pa.; Washington YOURs ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,

surely doing! the buine+f. for you. phy of the Unreal." All friends of D. C : Norfolk. Va.; Port Royal, H. Ladies' Private at::
You wonder why the symptoms of j C.: Dry Tortuzas: Fla., and Pensa I L. FRIEDMAN'S & CO'S
di eae which /grow More and more the league and church invited. Admission i cola.. Fla. Proposal blank another Parlor.
Dining
pronounced do not disappear, but free. information can be obtained RACKET STOR.E..
han 'Oil in spite of all the medicines upon application to this office and to : 4f
i you can take. The program will be a* follow: i the commanding officers, marine -"

Fixed organic disease i may result i if Piano Solo-The spinning !Sougd [barrack*, at the abjve named sta '

yon keep up your present course, an Wagner Mr D. }3. Rutherford. tions. 'I'liU office reserves the right Regular Dinner Daily. mwmmThere's
yet it is au rt y thing to j i fe up coffee ,to leject any or all bids and to
and get well. Have your cook make Vocal Selo-Selected-Mrs. J. C. waive informalities. Acceptance of -- ---
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Poatum Food Coffee ntrictly according Pebley. 1 bids to be subject to nece=sary appropriations -
to directions and that is easy Recitation-Through Death: to j by Conres. Bids from Short Orders Promptly Consolation in Knowing
Use enough of it and boil long Life Mrs. regular dealers only will he con Killed. Night i or Day c Sew
A.11'
enough to bring out the taste, then McReynold -id..red. F. L. DENNY. f1"flrtf c that! you can get your Carru,'
you will find that the famous food Lecture-The Philo-ophy cf the "",'tr. ;. (". /01"1'/11 rorfis.lljoaw'w. '
paired in a :
1."' drink will satisfy your coffee t:1..teIi : Unreal-Hon. C. H. Laney.: If It's Hornet bins;Good to Eat j ( thoroughly efficient
troubles wl ,_ ,, 1 durable manner at J. M. Hill, : ';
} and the old gradually di f.j pear. CHlNU"rU'EM_ r; 1 Co's. Their skill in renew!!.! --
Piano Solo-Mrs. J. M. Fhnr. ._ '' '
ThPreare hundreds of thousands: of -- Nick Apostle'sPopular I ,+ broken parts, painting and van -
i& America tint Vocal :Solo-Mrs. F. E. Hrawner.
cases the the
prove captain own
I ing is too well .
truth of this statement.A I dt\EITHER consigner of the Restaurant. known to need sp> -
: Horsey will be mention, while .
gentleman: from Columbus, Oa., tor debts their prices are -
pays: "My wife had been an invalid A V ANT-WITTICH by the crew of said resli .. contracted markably moderate for the pa
for some time and did not ( .O NORTHFtELD. '
seem t)
<
W L Wittich Co. taking care displayed in all :
r; yield to auy sort of medicines. Bbe Captain. v\ \\Y J
l'on.lgn t' work.
"Jft
f| could not eat anything witbout distress WEDDING LAST NIGHT
and naturally was badly rundown -
in every way. I t J. M. Hillfard & Co.,

Finally we concluded that perhapsit i :
COeveiOal'
'
J.M.FOLKMAN
was the coffee that hurt her, ao Mr. John Arthur Avant and Miss I >I %, ,3e No.30 East Garden St.
the quit it and went on / i .
I .
BreakfaaI Elizabeth Wittich were married Contractor --- - -- -
began using Urape-Nuu at .#/ I .. for Decorating > I i{.
}''"od. She immediately began to the home of the bride's parents, Mr. MEUX'SYgtJlildi&l
-
Call
improve and kept gaining hand 'I Cp Phone 313 or Drop a Postal Card. I
Mrs. Wilda Leroy Wittich, at & I II
health she
und now can eat heartily
All Work C. 0. D. and Guaranteed
!
.
1' of anything she wants, vtlgetables o'clock last evening, the attendants I

and anything else, without being Miss ii Corner Baylen and Government Strerts.Oa i> tf/
Mary Wittich s
and Mr. F. I
hurting her. She: has gained nearly 1 '
1 thirty pounds since she made the Horton. ,g : *Block Wen of Hostofflce, Rlijht oa the Belt Line ,

change The house Schol of Shorthand, Tjp* ,rilinK and LJtfratnre.
% I such improvement in her was beautifully deco- T. W. .
saw an LEWIS
Now is the time to enter !school and prepare for a lucrative position.
health that I decided to quit coffee rated and delicious
; a wedding
A; ; supper vacation. Night and day sessions.
and would be
myself you surprised was served. DEALER
to fee the change I have gained in
3 in flesh about 25: pounds, and have The young couple left last night on f I We have Sample You never heard of any one using
entirely lost the old, dull headachesthat the 11:0-1 train for Atlanta / '\\TALL PAPER from the LargestManufacturers Foley's Honey and Tar and not be- If YOU wish the very be..t
: where
I used to have so much. in
ing w A D'Alemberte
ice
5anh9.d < > cream freezer at the
t : Our two children are very fond of they will spend a few days then go the United States 121 n.Palaror street.Foley's very
Y Postum. You can use my name if to Bouth Feather Scroll, ISc per roll. lowest price, the WiUu
you like." T. M. Coggiu, 1220lOthAve. I Carolina and ether pointsof ,, I Dining Room Tar Hardware
., Columbus, Oa. i interest. _ds1I Tapestry, $1.50 per roll. Honey and Co. can please
Call Up Phone No. 338. tofchUdrea.safe.sure. No opiates. you.


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