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VOL. 37 PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 12.1902 NO 20 JI

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T E PRESIDENT Senator ,Mallory's Announcement \i THE EUROPEAN I I j I .J.i,

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AGAIN SNUBS SQUADRON LANDS ; j j



CENERAL'MILES to the Citizens of Florida. '' AT GIBRALTAR : .1

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I'i.. -, ji i Special to The News. I j/

rt at June 12.-The celebrate !, Gibraltar, June 12 -The battleship 1 I
Washington D. C.. June 2 ll02. i i
Through that attention
and
effort this
session of and I have
congress The bed-rock foundation of '
hundredth anniver- I our system Illinois, cruisers Chicago and :
To the Democratic Citizens of the the Indian war claim which for more reason ID hope that it will also receive of government, the principle
: >uudinr of the United State of Florida: ; than a third of a century has been a the sanction of the house of representa which the entire structure rests Is I Albany and the gunboat Nashville ;
source of anxiety and disappointmentto lives lit an early dayIts beneficiariesare that the government is the creature of I
try Academy at \Vest I beg to formally announce, through the state has been brought to a very few in number now, and are the people: created by them and for composing the United states European t .::11
this medium that I will he a candidatefor point where it will be satisfactorily set I i 1 I bowed and bent under the weight of them: that its primary function is to ,
w treed by a feature which re-election as a United States senator | tied. By that settlement the state J;,t many years and should my anticipation -, preserve order, establish justice and' squadron arrived here today. j I !

: outspoken comment i from the Mate of Florida. It has will be paid by the United States government -, be realized and this tardy tribute : insure to eery citizen equal protection i Rear Admiral Crowninshield will J i
with just interest, money I!I be given to their patriotism and devotion and opportunity before the lawit t
i .es of visitors present been my intention to \isit all the expended by the state in defending its I l I I am sure it will be a source of I II never was contemplated by 0115;' proceed immediately to Portsm.jnth I 1
counties of the state and to make this people against; the Seminole outbreak I]l I gratification to every citizen of the fathers and never can be intended bj i
f* .Tsraduates: cadet, announcement in per on. but by reason in 1S36-5S, and will have returned to state. a free people, that the vast power of aboard his flagship, The IlliQuU to 1
it its interest-bearing bonds, which for I The construction of the ship canal government shall, in any instance beperverted
mats and of the pndt'nc: of congress of several attend the coronation fetes. '
even women many years have been held by the government '
across the Central American Isthmus, to the single purpose of pro- i
measures of special; interest and moment | and have been I
steadily heaping
rooting the interests of specially1
:esterday's exercises thef under the control of the United States. a
: to Florida and The unavoidable an unjust burden on the taxpayers is an imperative national necessity favored few at the expense: of the great CONVICT LEASE 5
"> Lieutenant: General delays incident to their progress t!of the state.Through I which will prove of of vast and special body of their felow-citizens I I i

I II I through congress. I have been obliged: the same attention an?$ effort benefit to the agricultural, manufacturing Yet, my observation I is that a steadyand ,
miinindin.: .? general of i to defer my return to the state until necessary improvements in"our i and commercial interests of growing tendency that directionis IN COURT
:.ier of the United I there is little time in which to make harbors and rivers have received their the gulf states. Early in this sessionof the most menacing of all the dangers I II
j. army
a canvass before the holding of the ;:due share of recognition and consideration congress the house of representativea which to-day threaten the integrity I d I
primaryelection.. '| and new projects of great prom passed a measure providing for I of our free institutions and that !
ise for the future of the state have the construction of such a canal by indifference to, if not active promotion i! SUPREME COURT DECIDES THAT d
at Roosevelt's cool I feel justified in presenting myself :, been authorized. While the appropriations what is known the
recep- for i as Nicaragua route, I thereof, on the one hand, and earnest : .
re-election
because I believe I have'fulfilled j
for those rivers and harbors may and that bill favorably reported by a antagonism to it the other
Uo'ieral Mile before thous- the pledges made by me in accepting on are I| CAMP & WEST HAD NO
:i in certain quarters be thought to be excessive majority of the senate committee, is among the most distinguishing marks'. ) ;
the position of Senator in 1897
when compared with those now awaiting action by the senate. A of difference between the .
\-J ittors on the parade ground and I know that I have in all rasesendeavored republican'and I ..i
provided for such improvements in CONTRACT.
time for its consideration has been democratic parties of the country | ,
,. -.' appearance: of a deliberate to justify the action of the other states, an intelligent acquaintance l fiied.and. its merits and those of Its This tendency should not be suffered ," 1 ;.ir
legislature that did me the honor to with the demands of our exceptionally principal rival the Panama route, to increase In strength until its results -i I 'I' ,
make. me its choice for the senator I extended coast line, with its will be duly weighed and determined, become Intolerable, nor until its Special to The New, t;
.. ship.I numerous bays and harbors will I am so far as that can be done by discus promoters and beneficiaries are so en-
1- >f General: Miles to- shall to review in the I Tallahassee June 12. The i ir
not
now attempt I sure, justify unusually large appropriations sion. There have for many years trenched behind a rampart of privil! cases
mJlnantthey claim detail the various measures of national ; which the river and harbor been very active and energetic Inter-t tege as to defy dislod ment. ;
iy ; importance which have been before bill of the present congress carries ests In this country relentlessly hostile That there are other and no less brought by Camp & West to secure : .1

i w purposely seated on congress since I entered my duties as for Florida. I would not be understood to any Isthmian canal and [ thinkI essential differences between the two part of the state convicts have just ,
senator nor will I in referring to them as arrogating to myself any exceptional am justified in believing that those great political parties will not be denied -
!. :!L.- extreme left of a consume time in doing more than credit for these and some I interests are not without very able nor would I minimize other and been decided by the state supreme
simply sta'ing that in all instances I other legislative results of less general and influential adherents in congress. equally flagrant latter-day lapse from
dicers and so close to have been guided by the principles of import to the state but I do claim that Powerless by open opposition to pre the precepts and example of the court iu favor of the state the court
democratic faith and by what I believe in common with the other members of vent the consummation of such I
,: tie could not have a project fathers but the abuse to which I here holding that no complete contract
to he th,? best interests of the our delegation/ I have worked conscientiously they have been fertile in arguments especially advert Is the most subtle :
i the large audience I country and my state. and diligently for their attain and expedients to promote division the most far-reaching and of most evil! had been made between the board of I 4
I Without claiming any special" merit ment. among its sincere advocates and portent and can be corrected only by i r.
ti: the view been for myself. I think I can truthfullysay For many years Florida's representatives to delay definite action thereon. Impressed decisive action on the part of the peo state institutions and Camp &: West.
in in th'e'national legislature have as I am with the immense importance .
i '!+>tT. ',- aid to the ap- that the Florida delegation congress ; I ple.With ,
has at this session accomplished! more earnestly striven to secure pensionsfor to the country and our sec- this necessarily brief and imperfect I TOllLLMINE t
Nut -..,(,'l.: t.e wa- placed directly for the material interests of the state the aged and deserving survivors I tion of such a national enterprise. I reference to some of the mat ATTEMPT T
than bas !1e'u dnne at any previous .of the volunteers who so nobly rallied shall do all In my power to promote ters which are pertinent to my candi- I "
"t the a** nronz tablet: which I session and this is the result. not of t I II j I to the state's defense at the beginningof : hnity of purpose: among those whofavor dacy for re-election, I respectfully submit i!
1SS658. A j an Isthmian canal to prevent delay the result of that FOREMAN
"' red with a fli? and unveiled I accident but of unremitting! attention )I II Indian hostilities in candiuaoy to
to duty and persistent and laborious measure containing a provision for and secure definite and efficient your discriminating judgment I
onel Albert L. Mill, uperin- I effort on the part of the delegation. I I this purpose has passed the senate at action at the earliest possible moment S. R. MALLORY : -- t

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n of the academy: special to.theNsw:! *

The finest Fabric Wilkesbarre, Pa., June 12.-An attempt I
re wa no allusion made teai JOHN BURGLAR WAS
BURNS'CLUB OUR BOYS
Miles, either in Colonel I made by human kill i is coar-e compared :' to assassinate from ambush ., j ,
I with! the lining of the bowels. I ,
address of welcome or in When this tender membrane i! irri- 1 KEPT DODGING I Thomas Williams, superintendent Ij I j
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at Roosevelt's speech. tated we have griping pains, diarr- MEETS: AT'AUBURNMr. I of a colliery is reported today. tans J

nefore the opening of maneu- I hu'j the and cause cholera of morbus.the trouble Whateverbe take -- I Between 12 and 1 o'clock this i perintendent Williams left the f

pre,;ideat gave the general a J Perry Davis' Painkiller according to I, Hon R. Hudon Burr of Dade morning; a bright negro tried to I and Mrs., P. K. Youge/ and works on a locomotive to go to his t

-tud hake then deliberately I the directions with each bottle. county candidate for railroad com- break into the home of Mr. P. others returned this morning from home. When about 3"d) yards from I I i
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I Travelers in all climates carry Painkiller I missioner, was the. only candidate Touart, lug South Florida Blanca Auburn where they attended the. the colliery he was fired upon by i
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: 't. back him
on leaving; in their grip sack Large f
I : for public office who addressed the street. After he had broken the commencement exercises of the several men concealed behind I '
i Miles alone, and bottles :n and 50 cents.Trv i I
grave I West End Democratic club last shutters he discovered that the Alabama Polytechnic Institute !1 bushes. Ten shots were fired but the'i. ,

THE NEWS Want Column. night. Several other aspiringgentle- young lady occupant of the room which, besides being of great gen- i l locomotive was running such! high t,

men were in the hall and are said to was awake and he abandoned: the eral interest were participated in by''! peed that it was soon out of ranger i

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'I when Mr. Coton was called for I home of E. Greenblatt.I Among the graduates "with highest ,

Great Clearance Sale I President John Burns "sat down Here he began trying to break the honor" was Mr. John! Eayres TO-DAY'S MARKET REPORT i
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hard": on the callers announcing; I blinds but in the meantime the lady Davis 1 onge, whose oration, "What I Itvl'EN8ACOLASTOChEXC11ANGEEast

that none but visiting candidates who first discovered him at her window shall We Do With the Negro" was GovprnlllPIU '!II rf"lf.
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-( would be heard from at this meet had notified her father and I highly complimented.As captain j;

ing.i I brother Edward Touart of the nelro's of Company A of the cadet battalion RTOCK8.Op..n. .

i i This somewhat sudden decision on ; presence he was the recipient of a handsome, [ HI hch. Low. Close. i
Skirts Shirt Waists Wrappers ..12 1.a 12+s3t 1714 127J. j
the president's; part created no: a I Mr. Touart went around the front sword offered as a prize for the best j Atcii... 61111 8l{J8 Soi" 81L.
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mild surprise with a great many who way and Edward the! other side. Mr. drilled company an henor gracefully'' ,
Hand Children's Suits I II I .. ....l5 i t" 1521. 1511" 152 '/
were present and who wanted to Touart saw the man trying to get presented by the sponsor of the coin-( L. A, N..134 131-4 11711: 137; ;J JM.

hear Mr. Coston talk they said. through the window and fired at pany Miss Allie Willis cf Pena { O. P .1U2'd\ 10312 hrJ51i 1O2e
Man .i321 13.2'4 132 132
IN SUIT DEPARTMENT, Dr. Frank G. Renshaw was put him. The negro darted under the cola, in a neat speech- toit. Paul.ljl'; 17J7" liO 34 Ij01. I' ;

forward and endorsed as a candidate- i house and made out the other way. Mr. Dudley Chipley of the junior f H.Penn P........15lJ 65a 13'q 6-Ps; ) Hl7"61s! H97.6-Pi ti 1 ..i
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Commencing Saturday June 7th for county commissioner from dis- As he did Edward fired twice at class; was honored, with two other U. P..lool" IOO4 lOP, h-P, 1 1 '>
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trict No. 2 and W. A. Dunham was him. Then the gun snapped and refused members thereof as having acquired -, C. F. I.. 99 W 9O.YEW ... 99 ". j, ,

settled on as a candidate for memberof to work further. Anothershotwas "highest; distinction" in the examinations 1
o-A.T-v I ) tiOpen.
lliCOT'l'os. '
the executive committee from fired at the fleeing form by Mr. ; and Mr. Walker Dorr: yo
Hi lch. I.ow. Clo e, ;.j
precinct 15. Touart: as it went over the fence and Willis was graduated "with honor." July .. .h76; '1,1 M7i: tosj4 .J i -

THE BIG ST0RE. : The club adjourned subject to the ran through Intendencia street. The last named is assistant commandant August ..:v51 hail "It 949 i 1 'i.
Sept .. ..bla! j19 kit' : 914 I
call of the president, and after ad. Mr. Greenblatt is the same gentle of the battalion, and at the Oct..bOl: SlJi: iH! i99 :'' j

journment refreshments suitable to man who, some time ago, was robbedof close of the review of the corps by I

tpaca Stitched frkirts .. . . .. . . .. . f-5.00, now f 41M ,l) CHlCA -'JlE.\T. 1 t: it
the occasion were eaten. While the a watch and chain and $13.50 in Governor Jelks and staff under the ;
apacat Skirts, Plain... .. .... .. .. .. . . ..13.50.: now $2.5o Open. HllCh. I.ow. Clo!&. j. l I -t .
":'Iue Skirts, Embroidered ..... .. .. .. ..... .. .... ..$8.00 now $.5.1') repast lasted a number of members cash by the "fishing" burglar. command of Commandant B. ti. Patrick \ July.. .. 72 721J 7F, 72 '1 '
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den Hkirts. Embroidered .... ..... ...... ... .. ....*3 50, now $+*> CO and the "Retired Politician..' STRIKE SITUATION to Capt. Willis, who completed the | COltS. :: "

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,ien Skirts Embroidered.-$150, now $1.253flTAll Sept .... 581_ 581; 5814 P ; I 4
there had congregated in the hall BEFORE CONGRESS battalion drill which was loudly I| 1 _
Woolen Skirts 2-:> cent ofl.-*CI I
per and on abutting sidewalks! about ii()) applauded. :' NAVAL 8TOnr. MARKP ,11. ,

SHIRT WAISTS. people. Mr. Henry. Yonge, of the junior ;, "1-- "
Special to The >ewt. Reported Daily for The Newt bt l'
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class won the gold medal as the "
i.e Lot Waists, $1.50 and $1.75; kind to cloe for .. .. ,...SI.00 each New York, June 12.-President Colon Naval 8 tore. 00 ; :t:: =1!f
DEMOCRATIC LEACUE beat drilled man in his J
"ne Lot $1.00 and $1.25 Waists, to close for. .. .. ... .. 85c each I Roosevelt will send a message to company toll,. t i 16

dne Lot Waists 75c kind for. ..... . . .. .. ..... ... 50c each : with recommendations and was second in the competitive :, WW _... .... .. .r M) R ... ....... .-.ti 85 w t'we. 'I',

na Lot \ 'aist3,64)C kind for.. . .. . . .... . ..... 45c each MEETS TO-NIGHT based congress the of the labor drill for a prize offered to the beet! 1|I N_.................. ...-a.. sit::) Q r..,..._.., ._..__.._. 1 IIj w '

. .0 dozen Calico Waists... ... ...... ... ... .. .. ... .. 19c each ) upon report drilled man in the battalion !i w: _................_ IjI'J E.... ......_.., 1:5 '"! !
commissioner Carrol D, It .. .._......... t.1 Ii--.1a
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CARPET DEPARTMENT. The president's representative was TV&PlIJTllIl-ti\.,. .j
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.' IVces Heavy China Matting.. . . .. .. . ..25 to 35c laid ) Democratic League of Escambia careful not to intimate that his re- better than three of the doubtful Do v;u want a magnificent watch 'I

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() f" Lot Remnant Matting We -yard \ County will be held at Clatter's hall cent investigation was for any other kind. Though costing a few centa I money It !!o. call ou :

( tonight. Democratic voters are cor- purpose than to acquaint the chief more per bottle, its purity and great Stephens commodate, the you.jeweler. He will ac- ,t 'cv

dially invited to attend. Prominent strength make it the most economi- -_--_ r
executive with the actual facts of f

JDilliam Ioljn0on & .$OI1. i speakers will address the club. the trouble in the anthracite district cal brand. Crab nets and fishinJ

1CE-COLD WATERMELONS AT and inform him of the real situa ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT I j tackle to suit everybody, at i

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If'y 1:;' GOLD DUST.r. )! THREE LIVEC LeST AT MERNA.. I NORTH CAROLINN MOB I!I ,MALARIA Inv's -


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1!. 'ltt tile GOLD DUST: thins do lour aotL" One Man Musing and Twenty Persons !I t blo

I Were Injured. AVENGES FOUL GRiME I,

'S.ern.i rioniir.ptcn.; 111., June 11.-Threo Means bad air, and whether it Enemy to Health

h'lE.t're lost and 20 people injured comes from the low lands and

.t ::.rtra 10 miles north of herlt. in the Two Negroes Lynched For marshes of the country, or the filthy sewers and drain pipes of the hand

sc torn that' visited this vicinity aboutniunuht. towns, its effect upon the human system is the same.

4- Murder of Miss I en 1on.I These atmospheric poisons'are breathed into the lungs and tat "? !",

-sl- i The load: I|I' by the blood, and thejoundation of some long debilitating.,<. -

'.. | il.-b Lena Cahagan, of-Leroy. I BODIES RIDDLED WITH BULLETS ;! Chills and fever chronic dyspepsia, torpid and enlarged li\-t K
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::r5. I:Sward Mardin, of Leroy. was z |I II troubles, janndice and biliousness are frequently due to that inn H

.M.FS Annie Killy. of Merna. I Fifty Masked Men Batter Down Jail' i Malaria. Noxious gases and unhealthy matter collect in the system .t

e \ihdl! Cunningham! ; of Merna, I Is the liver and kjdneys fail to act and are poured into the blood current
Doors at Salisbury, N. C., and TattIng ,
s a.i'reANi: It becomes so polluted and sluggish that the poisons literally break th!;.

.t 20 others were more or less Harrison and James Gillespie i i the skin and carbuncles, boils, abscesses, ulcers and various eruptions

a Inj1ff Therefrom, Hang Them. indolent character appear, depleting the system, and threatening life It.

,.ke d.d t fere 1 The germs and poisons that so oppress and weaken the body and dc .
Beet dod ao-e your fe-ci'-ethf Abt .!0( ;'eope! were attending a
*, you. xounrg end scrubbing. tr.fii.. ;:;.d raktirc. df.'s.n:; tiif town hail when a torn- ', LUCIiY"Is : Charlotte :0;. C., June 1.-TVt'o ne- i the life-giving properties of the blood, rendering it thin and watery m
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GOLD DUST i j I lo v.-- I k-d the buildmg, lifting the often the name given by careless and gro boj's, Harrison and James Gilles- 1 be overcome and carried ont of the system before the patient can h. ,,
0 I get rid of Malaria and its efiecU.
| n, .f ar.J < u.sbir.g; ia the walls. other thoughtless people to those who are care- pie aged 14 and 16 years who were

crakes hcu eworV ea y. It cleans! everr.h're and iJc.: aft wee:; door at this! point, !but ful and tbou btful. "What a lucky ; under arrest for killing Miss Benson i s, S, S. does this and quickly produce m f. 'e
5 Ii.j'_ its nothir*. More econoll'JcallhaPl sosp.K I woman" is said of one whose health and l change in the blood, reaching every organ ann -'
pa"rVui.b: ale meaner.l on a farm In Rown ('ountylonda) :
I beauty proclaim her free from womanly lating them to vigorous, healthy action. S
f THE hew N.Yorie.K FA'REANK Eoston.: St COMPANY.Chieis. to..s. ';'.. > rm in tts; city was very se- '| diseases. The luck often consists in her were taken from Jail at Salisbury X possesses not only purifying but tonic pr.'.>

Mailers, of OVAL: FAIRY: SCAP.Dtmto.tl i \eie. bi't'i.o lives were lost. The Illi- having thoughtfully considered the mer- C., early this morning and banged to and the general health improves, and th .

no ? V.'tsir.van university was badlv its of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescriptionand j a tree In the railroad yard. Their increases almost from the first dose. There is no Mercury Potash

--- ---- dot"aee.i. many buildings were uu- proved its ability her to cure the dis- 1 bodies were then riddled with bulletb or other mineral in S. S. S. It is strictly and entirely vegetable .
eases peculiar to sex.
'" irmlea.In roo..1. I'isste jlp.fn.nts blown in. "Favorite Prescription" is a reliable The active members of the mcb; j Write us about your case, and our physicians will gladly hc.p:

the heart of the Pyrenees there is lelri :.| h and telephone wires pro: medicine for the cure of womanly dis- numbered about 50 and wore mash their advice to regain your health. Book on blood and skin distj.

a ILlcrc.'f'I'ic Mate. known as the An iia.itand: the streets rendered iiuassa eases. It establishes regularity, dries The militia had been: called out h\ free. THE: SWIfT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta ,

dorra republic which maintains its Independence : ?:.. by falir.s! : tnes.Street railroad weakening drains, heals inflammation authority of the governor about midnight ck

} the formidable : and ulceration, and cures female weak '
among t.j.ii & tied up and all ra'lroal
but as everything appeared WORDS OF WOMEN SCHOOL Sf PI'LIKSAt
r giants of Kuroj that surround it on trains ness.
) are delayed by trees blown ,
bad when the '
disbanded
"I had poor health for nine years"writes Mrs. quiet they ,
oil gides. Its normal suzerain Is a across the tra h;. Arnuntie Watkins of Acme, Kanawha Co. W. I mob suddenly appeared and battered j A plain woman takes pride in her C, V. Tbompt.on'8 Xo uPaUfox ar

bishop, and it has an army of /khtl stalwart At Clinton! the Chicago and Altm "8. Hail female ueal.nes. was very irregular .
and would suffer untold misery Our family : down the Jail door. No resistance was i friend, a beautiful woman in Ltr eumll' \'''-
s mountaineers, ready ut nny m vinent roundhouse do aol I concludedto I' Besides the .
was demolished! but so doctor did not me any good !". standard in
to die for their national dignityDud wnte to vouVlitn"I wrote I had no idea made. I
1 tionery we have in
far known !inst'r lost tint-
as no that I woulill ever gtt will, but when your letter The negroes had been hid in the attic A woman will often say no when she I -
independent. There is something reached me I began to ha>'e hope 1 commenced i j velopes to match :
medicines directed and of the jail but the mob readily mean jes. but ne\vr yes when the I
flulte patheiie in the spectacle tit this taking Dr Herce as Royal Crystal Kond.Kurd's .
Three Killed! at Tazewell, III. began to improve m trrnith. I was soon able !!: means no.
found them and drove rapidly out oli II Holland Bond
handful (If men drilling: and Mruttiiis IVkiu III.. June 11.-A tornado to do the work for my family of m I took : I
In their mountain Lome! ,>cs. while on : passed eijrU bottle three of !Favorite ProCription'and i I I town, firing as it went. After han:;- ,, A young girl is the nearest approachto Ladies' Art titatloue; .
or Tiiw iU last night, killing five of'olden :'tkdicdllJ1.co\'t'ry' and two I I fin angel that we have and the most Foreign Mail, Etc.
one Fide is! !'"alll. xxhub! can produce vials of'relicts.: fug the negroes the mob quietly dial i

1.(.>*) soldier: a;:ain-t Due: of the republic three and fatally injuring! two |.rson.i; The People's Common Sense Medical I I p, rst'd.: The negroes admitted the exasperating i I Arti't'Iatt'rial ( .1'
at "'inO\! !s-ton rumps south of th... Th plies Memorandum L'r.. ,-
-t and on t III' o her the army ofTrance > Adviserio8, pages in paper covers, is crime.. They beat a young woman'si I It II.*.!: nt'P'rt been decided wheth -

wlmh o'ltniimliers them bynearly dead aieMrs: Thomas Muiray a'U sent freeon receipt of 21 one-cent stamps i i brains out with rocks b'"tause bi"tned er a woman is happier, when bappy or I All new and brig! t

iniant and! \Villiani: MiKwell. 3. to of mailing only. AddressDr. <
aged pay expense when ctit.rrable.SS .
.I 1.Cul to one.A to make them I have the prtmI I Rubber hose (Ii'i ; -
Patrick R. V. Pierce Buffalo X. Y. I
MiCJree and wife fatally
were 1
still iliminiitixe is
more army that i..ts. I hen woman I is thoroughly tired !

which IiOI a'tally I l'r"It..ts the dominion I injured.! The entire east end ot -._-- i I Only once did either! of the buys I she find nothing so refreshing: aa a ,the Willis Haniunj "' II

t>f tie I'rlucr, of Monaco. As the pnnripaht.x the village of l.non people was swept( give outward of nice long tak.-! Scorn Set j I
any signs emotion, .
NOTES OF NOTABLES j You will have
.t is little more tkm a duzeit away, (atit-in,' $15.""" Jamape.!: Physi. 1 --- pride w
and this was just: before the 'ounltP' 1 flower gardens if they .
times the size of Hyde park It :s not clans trom surroundiiiR towns were: 1 i During the -umrEer kidney irrenlaritiej -
John rrancN I!..M: b and Lulu iJE'nreI boy was made to climb the tree, whnj are often cawed exce-j i I own ground Your nubJ
urpri.sin! ; that the soldiers who guard called to care for the injured. HousfS i by I I I
VITC married in St. Louis last week j he broke! down and cried piteous')'. sive drinkiiu or bin ""verr.eated.J a home and he can do W
it only Dumb r 1_''] or that their duties and barns were blown down in Grove- I ? l|I though he think
M. Trci'ofT. the chief of the Moscow The older Lo)'. Harrison iillespie.! WAS Attend to the kidney- once by may wi
are china! louimed to uking\ a brass land Minier. Dillon. Hopedale and Delav i Every woman want a .
using ..Fol.KiJnp Cure.V.. -\.1 j
['UII<'I'. \\ hose life has IKHTI twice at- I hanged first being drawn up straight \
.Low In tin" ir uniform and having a an. but to far no lObs of life in any D'Alembf-rte. South Palafx.FjnyBalwtm own, and it she will han > a
tfiui'U'd has with the around his neck i
lately, fur
applied permission rope
lotsl time.ieneru'ly.: of those places have ben reortrd.UppositP !. : -- I i Thus. C. Watson & Co..
to px-iim his post. The younger boy was made to takia
- ; IVkin. the river overflow j leading Real Estate Ag>-i I" -
Joliii li. leap from the tree. I Stop the TUtllcjj, j
'. ( Itrouking: of Newburyport ,
Tax .oraap. its banks and covered Gaps' acres ,f .. I sod oiULkiv loJI..a iiiSmTinia.bc in tic........" :can show her how eay u -
Ton must haxe: : Mass. I Is j;! t entering his fiftieth yearas The crowd then lined tip and delivered !! me.
courage my boy.0 (corn which is; -lie\td! to have bee i I
t matter what band of circumstances array a ch.iitli sinser. d1)1IJJ'uo.I solo a volley from their revolvers into
ruined. work (lHsiii(> LK! the swinging bodies. A. S T 0 IT :I.A. I ,
| seventj-six
G themselves apainst you, if your years. I Buy a new garden .?
its K.rd YLt tizie A: "
3rar.tie *; PUl1tO"t' iN right you will su-ceed. lifer ---- -- :Senator llama has put a jiincponsvt ;: I They then after making sure ')f I from the Willis Hardir'it-

Jl. !Ii- ) a beautiful thn! ;.:. The chance to Fever in the pieat reeer-tion room in his! death by applying lighted splinters to I S.eD t1lJ'ft G '
Spring _
.::1 i flgbt Is a great blessing. No matter ,, \VaisUiinh: Imu t'. lie does not play, I the extremities broke up quietly leav, i Company.
Spring lever i i'l another !name for
f. Low bard the! situation i ibiliouiie trot his Illuicr l ovttis l Inc the bodies
11" may seem keep **. It is more seriouthan secretary. efominK I, hanging on the tree
pn doing right, bravely face the! future ::expert at the atllt.. In addition the .
. ; mo BOYS and GIRLS spars moron
'j *rt your standard high: work and wait. and inactive bowel mean a poisoned Alfred It. 1'urinton of JriKeriUe. MoM about 4Ki( people, attracted by the''I I moiy dui Ing '
50. you can readily do *o, tnIng
tie patient and thankful: and you \v.l;! system, If neglected serious ill who played an important part in the commotion witnessed the Iyn(hing. our "Blueine." *" P" rot, commisMou on all tal-!!. An indii
win. You may utter be rich as the hero! may follow such syniptotn rapture of Jefferson I avis, bas just The occurrence is deeply felt Ly the hou>eli"lQ u.... Kterv IbUY.i9UrlIEtittil then they itII.! On' sheet nmk. the .
clue used .
t DeWittV aster you Her in Ib.Oa' b. \VritetodB.v, bftore jour territory 10 mktume
world goes-not rich in money or rich Little EarlRisf'r* remove died. 11.. was one of twenty men who citizens of Salisbury.! This is the sec our ':1.... and we will crud by r..torn mail: one dozen nrkHgr ol "Blupme

JQ power-but you may be rich in the all opening dau ar the by bowels stimulating and the cleaningthe liver ,escorted the Confederate president' to I and lynching in the history of Rowan tcounty. XV ben iioiotdrlarbuttrite you have told then return at onct u' sur., retaining the tulunre, 4Ur. as >cur .'r>'!

Knowledge of the truth that you have *y,:tein of impumie Safe pill,. SVashiugtoii. I The first took place in lHrt Addre..LISNlA: \t'FAJl'III\Gc ) Ilf.t. <' 1M Bill II. I'hila I'.

made the best of jour chance to be a Vever irripe. "I have taken IeVitt Sate Martin: though totally I! blind! when a negro slave was I lynched fo

inan. I'on't st your standard by the \ s Little Early Ri-ers for torpid since the aw:: of four hoc l hero an ac- I assaulting! a white; woman he havm !

Wen xxho hate :tl'lllt'\I'II :great wealth. liver every spring for years," write i tin and useful member i.f the tire 11- been previously acquitted of the iriii.It :. ROYAL STANDARD \\\\'llISKE' { }

That Is I nothing Compared to the riche R. M I. Kve'rly, Mound/ville, \\'. V.i. ;p.rtnieiit of fort Chester. X. Y., for I is a circumstance woithy of ". .
that belong; to him who has struggled "They do me more good than any-
seventeen ,(tars. "ruuuit:;: with the ma that the two Dick Fit
to enlarge; and! t'ju"IoJe; the circle of thtu.j I have ever tried.1 HargiV chine" to all: tiles ; Hichard L'latim negroes who un.iand 8 Years Old, in Gases t14 Full Quarts, at S3.20 w castTHIS
Phnrtl1lc '. John are until" ,
:
lift In whnb: lie is east.-Schtrilnlaster. ) Sheppard, Sulnev I'
-- -.- Kahn. A nionunient to the niemorj of Ul'lI'I ('ntl'J.tto bP hanged ---
July
..
r : -:-: :...::.:. I
to teinutn-ril I.r{.uidns I'..Ik wliiibi.s i convicted of criminal assault up I. \VHISKKYi--di-tilled: : at tii.. X..I I- '
Interesting Asthma
I Sufferers. President Roosevelt at West Point. I II.'u rl'l't",1 on IMne mountain !I Mrs DeUe Livengoiul, of the saint Distillery, and i i" fully matiniJ 'I'' w

I Daniel K.inte of OttervilJo, Iowa, \\",..-t Point. N. Y.. June 11.-President 'I'lIrb.: ; will mark the siMthere the : cahty. were not molested by the mo. before bottling it is ab-olutely port tiul our .1

I write : -I have had a-thnu for Roosevelt arrived) at \\Vst Point ,. ceuoral was l..ild1rill: the brittle of .!, r celled! i') quality by any \Vhi-key of tnaun: i-.

f three or four year* and have tried at l'i o'clock. He was met by a ( hcnPtaw' !in Mil I I no matter where produced The Hoy.tl! 1" :al.ltal
} 'oOl'iluiHep. .. is eight years old when bottled and, ">iiiUeit '
about all the fouzh and iitbm.i: and the academy band and <>.;' Al .on S. Shermnii. the oldest Minlving I The Dinner Hum.
excellent '
t cure in the market and han '. |' Details in regard to tie manner n quality, f ithe cheapest W i-k'
: re- coned to Superintendent Mills' beaIquartfiM ma\ .r vf ( Cliieaso; celebrated! ItilIin..tJ.lir..t the market at that A
price. beverage
Cfived a at nan
treatment from which ylscie sencd dorm.rue
in
r la New York and uthl'r'phy-ician A salute of :.!1lIns/; wisfired. liirtda.\!; the other day. Of absolutely pure --timulant there i* none be ,
cities. dark axes do not j'.liuuial. It i is toward
but ot.tor\, )little benefit A review of the corps of cadetsfo..ovc the twenty-three maJor of Chicago;: oni\ Shipped in cases containing no marks whatev '
until
'! only sextn are li\Inp. \\nlter! ::. Cnrne : | the twelfth l.t'uIUl'that we l>e indicate contents. If
I tried Foley'Honey and :: Tar which aIll" iinml'di- this was the presentation to Cad -t .\ who now ines in New York city, | gin to hl\: !! a little light on this inter the whiskey i.* not satisfied with the quail

ate relief and I will never he Calvin: Titus of a int-dal provided was mayor in l"ul; and KVJ.Uev. : cstini "ilbj'L! U'lieii meal was ready can return the -am at our expen-e aud in
by In the thiiteViitli century, the guests of I will be refunded.
without i
it in .
IIOIIH. I : y.-im I'. Jours
my sincerely the seneational
recommend it to all." W. .\. D'Al- congrt-ss for his bravery in scaling the fJeorsria a t-a-lit-, with tile vi-"aN. sere a-M>m.i All orders should be accompanied by eitcurrency
j-reneher. is doing: well thin
I: n-
wall at Peking, Ch.na.: The order i LIGHT YEARS OLDfclpi potoflice order bank draft .
embeite. li'l S. I'ahfox. was liVil! to the suund of a burn, a method money ni I
('jllll He is about
read by Captain liners and President to erect a twentylive I Iof su'iinionSiix that appears to have preys money order.Ve refer to First Satin: .
thousand dollar business. Muck in a Bank or any met'chant in Peti..acola.
Roosevelt the
pinned medal to the )' Iieeu the privilege' only of the greatest
Cartervile! and has made! other inxevtnieiits -
THE FASHIONS. coat of the young nif-n. and as he did lord :Some hundreds of 1t';rrs later a .
of his surplus income that '
t so extended his congratulations. After prouiise bell wa< used fur the l'I'qo"e. S. A. FRIEDMAN
i to UIIllitlJ\
independently etch
6 For vacation > 's India silks will ,
(
u the rp\ it'a n'<'eption was held at ._
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3 oI1=ain be gre.tl fa'orcd'y :Superintendent quarters. i'.fiijamin Rock (Greene the "father" On the flrst indication of kidney
of the l:.wk of Kn::land. which he joined i 1i'I.E I'KOI'KIETOK. I'E S.\I'OLA. FLA.
A belt but kitm fiout. one in back trouble stop it by taking F ley's
,
1 aid sue on each side are none too AIM) ItIW\HU.ltlH.: in 1..0. tlied lecetitly at his residence. Kil1l1"v Cure, W. A. D'Alemberte.

many. The reader thipaper will he Midzhatu ilmtse. South Berks, 121 S. 1'alafox.: 'Y V O. HOX 4IH.fjtfl TEI.EI'1I0\t: ,rmm..w.uwrw.
: in uis niiuty-fotirth Mr. Creeiiewai / 'SK
I Antique l.ice in wide bands of in-er pl.1i"tl tn l Ipun that there Nat Ieatone year. --- -
'. aroxernor! of the bank 1111'4. He '
i ton i is an eftttutntiiinin: ; used I this dr"aded di-ea-e thatdeuce DR. KING'S / [ handle clan. Itf
retired from the board a!>out two yearsago. w every s Liquors -
ttason on frtM-ks! i-f heax.x xxhite linen. ha. been able to cure in all 1 it- -ta.r.'" bulk <>r bottle wholesale! or retail at pro .1

I A "'1'urkist"ctcevc: is cut \long; in :lad that catarrh. Hall' Catarrh TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR are way down.

; I tack and xAid,- from the elbow down.fatheretl Cure i i.. the unly pii-itive cure now Governor George S. I'outwe!! of AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.

" / into a nlrr"tatHl! at the .IIOWIi to the medical fraternity' Mas-jadm-eMs, xx ho as poxernnr of THAT COLD.

.. cri.t.i Catarrh bring a constitutional dire --. that state attrlf'hl'.II.i" si::nattne to the TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.

The I..".t Ftye! for blouses) has the fiat "' .1...>. nnre a con-titution.il treatii document incorporating Tufts college Cures
i! \ tilt. HaU'- Catarrh Cure N I taken acsNted! in the ifU-bratioll of its tiftieth ConsumptionCough$, WICKBSCO.

t .) internally, actinp directly upon the annixcroar.v recently and al-o had Col st Mood
and MirfaVe
.mbr:,ilt'rr. thereby mucou der-troyin *the(>f foundation tliesytm. conferred upon him the degree; of honorary PllcllmoniaHay Fen>rPleu-
doctor of Plumber
I The new nek ruff are closely) allied ol the vli"ea-"-. and irivinthe aus. ri y LaGrippe Hoarseness Gas and Steam fitter
,
to fichus with long ends and Ie: flat patient strength l h)' huililiii'r up the ,

t '! JPD the shoulder, mostly! comi>osi-d of coii-titutntr. au.I a,,.i-tiiifr nature indoin 3\PII-'r'.1II Sore Throat, Croup and

cLlffon and la. e mingled! with double r its work. The proprietor* an Awlul t'nte. Whooping Cough.NO No. i South Palafoz 8tr"At.

1r t accordion plaited frills.: haveo much faith in it* curativeimwcrc. Everybody *aid I had (1)1I?ump- All Kinds Oa Plumbing and Gas Fitting Matn'talt Kept on Haul

;: that they oiler One Hundred tion," writes :Mr. A. M. Miield of CURE. NO PAY. rsLi: .1PJ,4nlliP MR ......... a a ,
A velvet ribbon or one of soft satinflrawn Hollarfor al1'a-.. that it fail tocure. Price 50c. and $1 TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.
S'V thr,'uiih the belt l-tukle and tied Send for li-tof te-timonial* Chamber-bur! Pa.. "I wa *o low I

in a short. oreidiii: 10'\\ at the .Addr..-#. F. J. CHUNK*, & Co., after six months of evereiekne*, '
W>EILY e CHlU) t Lt
tack) repreM'ius one of the latest fancies Toledo! O.lr"'old 'elated by Hay Fever and Asthma, A. HVT: :

for blouse xxaict rinit-hes. by I1ru.i.t! ,:ic. that few thought; I could get well FOR STEAM DIVISION .ery

I but I learned: of th- marvt-loumerit PK..IBCOLA ELtItICTkailflzAr

Read It in His Newspaper. lt.iU.nnii fnini the ortln-ru Vfo.xtue of Dr. King'! New Dicovery fm fKS.-OK' 10 AVERY s o "'J 1 till h

-, ia ri-iii-Ba.tum.tae.run cure lor rou Jj. Consumption. used it, and was completely RAILWAY COMPANY
George Schaub a well known tier- "
I cured. IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
Fordejperate'l'hruaand t Trains leave oeacoU for the Liu.
can citizen of New )Lebanon. Ohin.J Lung Ii-eae* it i* thm. *afe-t'; Karou, Hill Bayou W ar rington, Na,y lit

a ccntint reader of tin /1.n-' cure in tills world and i fa infallible ,> and tort Barrsocas at

)VAf''i'He ktmw tli.a till* CASTORIAFor for C:',ugh*. C..ld* and HronchiilAffection : 1 xw a.m.arrtyeatP'ortBarrancu f:11..i HARDWARE.
*. Guaranteed bottles u.ic.. 10:00 .. m.arrive at Port H&rrauc.II0t '.D
paper aim to adverti-e only! the Infants and Children. and $l.uj Trial b'ttl[ free at.A.. IOIJI1.m..rrln.t Harrancm ltipt

; beat I fn 1ta column: *, and I when heuwChamberlain's D'Alemberte' South Palafnx. 8IJ p. m. arrive at tort Karrsncai :15p B Iron, Xail5. Axe. Shn\ I*. "; aw M M I'i) -..- itnboat
:15p. m.arrlTwat ion Karraocat foo
f Fain Halmadverti-ed, The Kind You Nave Always BoogH "8:01; p.m. arrive at tort Karraccai 8c ip p.t a ruppll'-i. Couttugand Heatim -. ...v.paint.. OiUVindowGl3"
Trains '.nll Fort Karrancai for r"fni \ Gun, Pi-t/d < ,
1- ,
c therein for lame back, he did not We will launder a.: r I' "-Ide.
your spreadfoi cola at7:15a.m.
';l hesitate in buying a hottle of it !tlr Bears the / V ((5 cents! each and make them
lool Tinware
.{ his wife who for eight weekhad 1 I Signature of r like uw Star Laundry. n ie' p m.. arrive arrive at at Pensacola P@lIaacola.I&e. *:IIl' e p.. u a Agate and ana Hoiiydniiisliiui; (U; IOtiS.rAGEX .

'!>. caflered with the 1l10t terrible pain ::\1.J p. m. ..TrITe.t Yentacola.._. 2-tSy.u: 1 :' FOR BIRMINGHAM
in her back and could get no telief. 5i.' p m arrive M Hcntac-ola ..... 6.46 p n ROLLING MILL UnIPAXY.JH'Hre
iVV He say: "After using: the Pain 41CIHSTER'S ENGLISH 7:0p, m. arrival I'"u.o!.-. T.ttp Giant stitched P.eltinsr. Northampton Emery

Balm for a few day my wife -.lid t<> ENHYRDYAL '?.tS-satoraayi p. m. arnve onlyFAEirOBWIIK at Fen acolaI.&LI r \Vneel Co., Liftin & Rand Powder Co.. Johnson's Kil-
r PILLS
.
me. '1 feel as though born iui w" .htnme, Iron King and Buck ... "v- :ai.d Ranges, Wm.
BATg.femacola
"c'u' ud .. .
and before using the entire (content* !".' .".. .. ...." .. ./.I 1.41.t..ao.Jr" ... >.. : ,.... .. to Fort harraccai and C'fUD & Co.:* Raw Hide I.;.e Leather, Ma'-ury
return 6 wHcnacola
irayc. ('lilt lt"
of the bottle the unbearable pain TE.rLl.1. to Navy Yard and return_. 14Pe Made Railroad Color:
.tits a I .1.:1. II.. LeIJ w .'ro ....f -
niRoature ,
is rn every hoi tU .. niacola to Palmetto Beach and return li.9C5DAT .
had entirely vain-lied and i Y S. .
.
Laxative =.a a lpB Crr lt b tllKtf... .nd Masonic TemiHe.
again take up her bouehold: duiie-. BromoQuinineT.b.etstt ; I ]jIW.,.... a.. ..' ,... smgtri ...6j lmll 4p. .- iCHEDCDl, :& Pensacola. Fla.rLT ) .

He is very thankful and hopetint the remody : t en t. a cow a Due day. : t.- ..-11..1 H,r,R".rt..t.1 .41.-... Tret'a M. .iiR.to.niiil... when w*>"Iler. permit the fnnntng cconcat
allutTerinsr likewise will t-ear F ... Yad 1.11.0 .OmNwI. 5i. open )
'
.., *" V' .. .*"'"' '' !IIt..Ie.. Leave eniaeoia LT Fort Barrati'
her wonderful recovery. Thi valuable < 'fD I'ee '. }.. .. ;
.w /tl. W.
t'a B.
yS fThe 9I. m It) a, m. WRIGHT GOfflPAflY
liniinent :* for *::.tle by all rul.i : Happy Hone e l: t : 11 s. m. II m ,

haste i and medicine dealers. ell 1 S:. m. Jp.m
'f ,..
r* ( CURE YOURSELF IECBEs lp.33 III.
furnished Ip. a P-n MANTFACTCREKS AND DEALKR" IS
c home. Marston t'.eBiapfrrunaatcra 1 .
/p.m p >a
# O' ijuina can Ia IkSd.a irnutioo dirhsrrreiud.mmalincOw.awd or ulerattor.aaI..tnc s 8 p. ai. ep.ID -- ;---
; 7f supply you .. t( amuconm m mtrsari Ip.m. 'r mPAaa LUMBER LATHS
V .r V with all needed in the [ Pmrnu Cc&upaa. Paole.sadsotasttui' rot rrnBAT ,
I. hot of the nn'.n way a. mtLf .ECHI cnCO. t aturieieoauta. ('!cueola, to art Earrincsi Nary
1'\1I.tgtl.tllre cn every Rf of house furnishings at the atxa.hs.SoloeyDreinlit \ and and rc'.crt__ ______ tt. L J. SAIEflCTPBESSSfilKBLESKIiiDrkiJajJFENrACOLA. f
', \'eBromo'QulnlneTabletebe r.&a. or net la Alai wT nr, Yetlaen.a to ",IDaHO Btaeb asa
,ou'esfnriees cash t T tsars., : :
or credit. herald t. 'torn.-- _______ IB ;
.' remedy that ear a earn i> ODe dyMr. '..n.tf a Ltsk,, trs. .
'C caisr .at .a h..tiL So IreillUtoelllved alter 1:11: p. IB I .. -? ; FLA.

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENS ACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY JUNE 12,1902.




Digests KIOF 'SHINERS: ARRESTED.: ,I II Following the Flowers

I
Rn Illicit! Distillery: In Yonkers-SaiJ: I :

Kodol I what you Nw to be Wealthy. j ** title always associated with the name of the author of that column in the Ladies' Home Journal, Eben E.

York June 11.-lIarQ' Friedrain Rerford. the Shiocton, WU., poet and story writer. Out always thinks of a nature lover like Wr. Rexford as the

Eat JrtSdud: "Kn: ; of the Moonshm' poitessor of bounding health and superabundant vitality so it sounds odd to hear that he was a confirmed
,
.- by i secret s.n'I'p men and t\vc dyspeptic not so very long ajjo. The story of his trouble and its cure is best told in Mr. Rexford'i own wordj.

women have heir arrested for allegedomr'icity Hiring need of a remedy for indigestion writes the floricultural editor of

Dyspepsia Cure '. in varying decrees with ,
THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL
the
i operation of an illicit distillery re

v never makes a mistake. and the ,. gently discovered by firemen in Yon *'I deddtd giving Kodol: Dyspepsia Cure a trial, expecting only temporary relief but am glad to say that a few
\11 preparation which duplicates! : bottles afforded permanent relief and restored the tone of the digestive to it nAturAl condition. I
,'. :, .inriut fail. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure never fails because it diV Friedman !is said to hp wealthy i'I | heartily recommend it." organs ca

;t'r. "I foil l-y nature Sown process.! Its affect ia equally prompton and Colonel Thompson of the secret': NORMAL

? ma: and chronic cases of indigestion, dyspepsia and stomach 'I service in this city, says he has posi- CONDITIONSare

,, every kind. It digests i what you eat while the stomach rests I tire knowledge that the king not oaly referred to by Mr. Rexford as natural conditions. This is undoubtedly the correct view. The normal man Is a

V I ( 'f ,-S B necessary. Eat all the good food you want. "We ha>e !' pail money to a man who was formerly ,' healthy man. Health depends on the digestion. If the digestion is good the health is good If the digestion u
?, Y KOIIIJllly..ep..la Cure for the past two years and have also in !' poor the general health alwaYlsuffers.DIGESTION .

., w rite Bowman &Sons, of Valley Furnace, W. Va.. "and never ( the goternment's employ w'.th'

";art ,r'; fa.lure. We are so confident of its merits that we sell every the hope that it would keep him out I IS NATURAL; INDIGESTION UNNATURALBut

.i-u. lkr our personal guarantee." Kodol of the law's clutches, but that '
Dyspepsia Cure neverfalls.! another
t of have
so many us strayed away from natural conditions that few people are really healthy. Hasty eating,
Cures All Stomach Troubles. I j man who is now an agent has ie' 'II irregular hours, mild dissipation, a dozen other stomach destroying customs of the' day have made dyspepsia and

I ceived money for protection '! indigestion the characteristic complaints of the generation. If the sufferers knew how easily such troubles caa
v F C IVWitti & Oo, Chlra:o. The 11.bottle ronttlns "4 times the 50c. size I Friedman said his family is traveling be cured there probably wouldn't be to many of them.

V;i -r.-r from biliousness or constipation use the t.lmOU5little liver j In Kiirope. Further tflan' this he |i

as DeWitt's Little EARLY RISERS. They never gripe. would make no statement. He was KODOL DYSPEPSIA CUREwill

i .11 heppardHarris' Pharmacy Sidney Kahn. held on default! of }?,5'ii bail for (ex do just as much for others as it did for Mr. Rexford. It is not SO

j animation next Tuesday. much a medicine as a digestant. There have been and are other dyspepsia

-- 1 remedies which afford temporary relief by digesting certain
I classes of food. What is really wanted, however, ia a preparation
red III a Drinni.w CLAM SHELL BUTTONS SPANISH AMERICAN WAR CLAIMS
t n r I which will digest all classes without the stomach's aid. This is the
!..ci u dream was -- result accomplished by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It is the only prepara
.
:. .in iinH-iiliux| ca Rapid Development at an Industry There Are Five Hundred Cases, A3-: tion which digests any and every kind of food. You need variety. A-

: ktl nf a i.iuiiUT! oft \\ blrb OrlKiitnted In Germany, gregating 30000000. diet is often injurious Kodol Dyspepsia Cure renders diet entirely

..I l.ih: i rtoii. the ;grand i The tll'\l'lol'IU of ti'ihu.cal and industrial N>MV' Yuik. June 11.-The first IKM"11:4 t unnecessary. It rests the Itom contained what you eat. This

v\ :art"r J :i-ott. Tins la: j| srlmoU in Germany has in. in L'Uiia;, before the sub-< ommu- k \ s.) soon rest and restores the perfect wholesome health.tonica in Kodol Dyspepsia Curo

thou OIHIth.it her'nnlr : crcusid not only' the iloiiuin of Emperor ion appointed{ 'Iy the Spanish dainscommission y
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l,'red l'a l Iolad. i WORDS OF PR4.ISE
i! William, but hIS curichul all othornillziHl at Washington to inxesti N
"I was trouble with Indigestion a long time"wntf UP, H. Borart!!. promt
.-u much tpset Joy : : nation: *. Oiuof the f.rst uat- gate the ( lamis for damagts suftered t U cent merchant an i mill owner of Pure Air, !II,). "I consulted a number of dot-ton
: fil home. anil I and tried kints of medicine but did
: to N many nothing me toy good Finally I took
t:TS taken up and studied scientifically during the Spanish American war hat K.idol D\spep Cure A sew bottles cured me of my complaint. 1 heartily
WIt and not a little I +,. recommend ail kuffercri "
been It to tram iioinaUi trouble.
1-y these institutions was the making just held before Commissioner J.

:.: !u.t! uu otin-rinc HII I' t.f buttons and utlur UM-ful and F. Darling, cables the Havana correspondent i\// had: Dyspepsia fjr fifteen years ..yes Jerre Long. general merchant of
' iia servant she had {I ornamental yr J Blue Knob, 1'0 "I tried all kinds of remedies and got medicine from many doc-
IIt luiil articles from mother of pearl.It of The Tribune. tori but !got no relief I ately I have been using Kodol Dyspepsia! Cure,and have
Livn cn-1 j v\\n been fceUn; better ever since I itarteJ I have and what I
There are in all about 500( eases to / an appetite eat agree:
.
, -. utr.le prevailed! i ii was soon found that the opalescent sr. with me 1 moot g-ve the credit t J Kodol Oy.pep Cure and would rtcommeud
I be hoard in th. island, aggregating w. BOtaaTB. it tJ all other mffeno f from the dreaded dueaic of dyspepsia."
J 'i to watch In nn al'l j layers uf the oyster shell were nut the
ISo.iMjo.oort.( which will
require
':::nithe; CuIlwil:; I lulu available material as had long two or rtpirtd ly E. C.DeW III I Co., Chlcl,*. The $1.09 Bottls contains' 2's tlmit si much (tr actual miaiuremtnt) si' the trial site
i three years to be heard.Neely. which tills far 10 cant.
Ix-en lie\ed by the trade, and that
'. in :. Hathbone and other Am< ricans OI WHAT
the turning the KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE YOU
clams mussels and other bivalves not EAT.V
.1 I Irul affected by the amnesty bill just .
footNtfjs (in tn! >
to speak (.f many conch., were of ', .
nut the! servantV J signed by the president will be discharged -- --

'. of ii.ils. ISoin! m-arly if not quite equal Aalue. The from custody at noon todayWednesday 1 I Cholera-Infants>
:; j j'it first result of thew examinations was nndrr. I l ,
n n' l.o was ( ). I Diarrhoea.Dysentcry
ruin the prompt utilization of other shells To say that! every man has his
:11,1'\1:) that he was j Is to deny the existence of the the Bowel Troubles ct
u 11.111 consequent reduction In the price Rest I
.stress' fire, which > Friend."I Children of Any Agt.
who have died for their faith
uf oyster' mother of pearl and of buttons men I I 'A | Digestion ReguliUt
I ..' in nning in the midi i made from that suh 1 n n'l'. suffered from dyspepsia and in- their country. Nonsense! 'Tis the ; the Bowels, StrenjthfM

, wt.: 'vlknlY! impossi I The Ill'iIlllu tr prospered' and difrestion; for fifteen years," says; W. '' plea of a knave and issues out of i I the Child and Molars
,T implication! a I T. .Sturdevant of Merry Oaks N. C. ,I
strong mouth of a fool. The sterling TEETHING, EASY
'I
crossed the Atlantic. Here it
:I1,1! hidden in the coals. 'I finally "Atter I had tried many doctors and j i of man and woman rebukes it \' : D, ST. LOUIS MO.
has taken a firm foothold and is growing medicines to no avail, one of 1 .
'I" M|, but the man was I my w here.-Schoolinaster. I rapidly. The largest portion of the friends persuaded me to try Kodol. : : \." iTrrthlnff
'
aged for murder, and ,
.1 work is now done In the central states It gave immediate relief. I can eat -- "", ". The efftrtii

t .::'in he confessed that while small concerns may be found all almost anything I want now and my No good health unless the : thant''olU.,anything/tf.'l't

t !. iv assassinated Mrs. the way from Massachusetts, to Vir digestion is good. I cheerfully are sound. Foley's Kidney of at. Paul (Churth
I recommend Kodol." Don't to make the kidneys ri ht.Y. i I
t try ,
ginia. Thus far the best clam discovcrtvt -
1 :
.. I cure stomach trouble by dietms.I' D'AIemberte. S. Palafox.
is the clam of the Mississippi '
I pearl That only further weakens the sys- I _ ._ I
... "V'-----:: anal the other rivers of that region. tem. You need wholesome.trength- I .

PUBLICITY FOR The sea clams are useful but the inner ening food. Kodol enables you to The Beer

linings are not so lustrous or iridescent.The assimilate what you eat by digestIng

THE PEOPLE. deep sea clam, with Its rich indigo it without the stomach's aid.Hargis' 1 .
_._
(color makes a showy and rather popular Pharmacy, John Sheppard, ThatVICTORIA Made I

\ button. The soft clam or Rhode !Sidney Kahn. : II I ... \in.!. No...
'; r t' v> "J"'I.tS\'OllaCe11t.I I : i ) a.;'.' p .:00 D
Island clam has often a beautiful playof : : I.'i a :2sa p 7:2.p
.ni t- -j-\ Word i is Read color its inner surface, but is Origin of Irounern.Something I I : n't 1211:1: n 5.xI p

\K t \ : ryholy. usually too upon thin and fra ill'. The hard like a century ago rron- DA ANNB 1 EISSSR I r&AM U UI I ) p- 75a- --.._

<_-:_:;:.....--' :. clarns. or ruhocws. vary extensively. sirs "came in" as the result of drink j
i and may be said to owe their originto
.\ few hate brilliant! interiors; the majority
I 'II ) I old world royalty which in those I So. I No a. ..
are very dull I :I ) pm 5IJam

day! ate and especially drank very
and of I Ii The treatment i is about thFam in I : : gj'jPDlI
;ems t shirt I
'1. heavily and was consequently afllicted I, : Jam a:1I6pm
., I". ama by pay- all cases. The clams must be !gatheredso ...
I "
"lli.'tM maladies of
tie* j with gout and other a
as not to injure the shell. They are I V:15 p m !;t.5 a m I
I
diameter to swell the I leg. Knee 8J.'pm 11:1:1: pm
washed and then Iioilod with a small MADE BY ACME BREWING 1:15 'I
'JONJTo ) :
IdtNI). breeches and stockings dear not J_ pm
.. .. ..-,.-- -.... amount of alkali: cither washing! sodaor
only to the early presidents of the BEst 10-CKNT BOTTLE : .
V TO LO\N-On hrvuiMbold farni- lime being;:: added to remove any
1" hunts Vmteil States and to the signers of the IN TOWN.DA.NNHEISBER.
> ; cows and all kinds of p r41 The I I !-Dally So. 12-Daley
grease or dirt held by proase. meatis
iropftty Tefni4 easy htnct" tnarantefU. Iiecl.iratiun of Independence but likewise -- I
Apply to A. A. hisbcr! extracted: and ia utilized for food IIII"r I / pm I\M p tD 1 I
the old Puritan element of
to
'b falatox
itrtrt.Mv : I 1\:1) 1
PUrIWS."hl'rt' no alkali has bwneiuplojed
.-- Auteriia-were scarcely suitable! for AGENTS FOR THE : : I 1\:01 It'I .
th nVsh is well for
> adapted "
11:17: i
t TO LEND on improved real PS.a 'I
swollen limbs even if they belonged .
I largo or small amount at low II' blows, chowders or for making; clam I I. f Harper Ilistei. : I dts: ,I II
itpriMt. Call on L...lie K. Krooks: broths. \Vheie alkali has been employed to the anointed of the Lord and the I :; : : "" .:f) I!
:
i at Iaw.2u4.i3.FaUtox tit.,: KiiberSnilrn i the bodies are rinsed in hot water result: was that < ;''fJre IV. as prince Main House-401 rt' Palafox :! i I :: ) 5r.O:5) to :j I II

recent his! brothers, the Dukes of M s
; R. R. Exchange I :
I and fed to pi! r*. ducks and chick- -Opp. Union 4:53 "
York Clarence! Cumberland and Sussex I : i

M 1 TOI1.00 you need money vns. They are wild to improve the Savor P. O. Box gal. Pensacola : !>I I 1:11 to 'fI l
an borrow any amount you want of the duck and to make the domestic : the Trench princes, who afterward Phones 1162e8.It's I I .:,11) 't!
"
-A'tieu terms and lowest rates reigned! as Louis! X\' Charles B:81 .1
a: thtanab'.ennmprovedcity realuu bird taste wry much like! an in- ") I LIO "
Wm. ti&ber,2iM south Pala. X. and Louis Philippic King: Frederick ( : !:/. I
tenor mallard. The shells are then cut "
In-tf William III. of Prussia and other I s I 231
many ...
by an expcit and sawed into blanks. a Mistake :'Ij" 2:18"
illustrious adopted "
I WANT TO BORROWO'KY These blanks are sorted, steamed cut equally! : personages I co 1:15"I It .
I I./a
the modern form of ,
mey Insure pantaloon
your property pros down by machinery, shaped' drilled: : : 1:27 "
; s of title, bay or sell real es-1
which was at the time a source of no i 1:04 "
8 '>p"rty of any description, have I antII'oli.lu'fl.-X'w York Post ) /' "
..1 or your taxes attended to, Ia i it end of ridicule and entertainment to7iray First-Class Western Beef ,)) It 12:8'1 12:1a"noon

..ireJ Tbo C. Watson! A Co. I I I < and) to the other caricaturists I >1" 11a5 am
', "I aid Insurance agents. Pen "'- I nn Ants Ruin Ant ItlePtThis Not 25 Cents a Pound. I I :!:! 11:22 "
I :iarns moderate To I'veryonel| interesting question in natural of the :t,t'. I 'I" 1':501"'
from will lend --
01 us we money I 101/ to
srt-tf history is answered by Professor w.I
: > build a bouse. The Oldf Forr Sfnrnitr.

M. \VJi.H'ler in the negative, notwithstanding 1'hVal'r wheel is probably the oldest Look at our Prices : -
\1.1. ttI I..1' I). the fact that Itarwin anti
:
,. ,. 11MtNiIXXI'I methixl of obtaining mechanical IJt-t \'ear. :
Lord Avebnry (Sir John Lubboek) have font- apart from the employment of Extra Loin. . . 15c to ISc

\\ M-n: ir our to Qra'lu"t.1':learn barber trade want expressed the opposite view. "Ant iinimnl I force. These wheels were no Round .. .. .. . l"c; : OK-

..i propoiition ever oTereri rice" is a kind of grass of whose seeds worked flowing river Brisket and Chuck. sc ; I
doubt at first by a
:r' parou for $12! weeljvm.Moler HibRo.l"t. .. . lie
Barber ('011"1:", snore species of ants are very fond, and then by a fulling! stream and it 15c: f
CONFECTIONERY(
\ Ramp f fAT
..
; \ le'tfI and as it often rows abundantly.near would not be u very great advance on
Considering quality, above I
their nests they hate been credited
this method to darn !back the stream
OltAI.I;. are cheaper than in any other I -
it. Pro
with purposely cultivating
ofI
so as to obtain a (continuous supply this size in the country.

I \l" A KAKCi\IN-\ ceo-1 1 ft'ssrllO'l't'r! says that the grass ,I force even iu times of ..Irnuht.11'11; : \Ve do have to pay more for '

r.,,1 .ainnn! near 1'1'1 near the nests is accidentally planted. i storing! of water at a sufficiently highHetel meat*, and have to charge ,

: 'in,v.n*. i ?. alleys. For 4 Co.pUII"UWal.on Unl- The ants haring: stored the rice in ,I Is the simplest and even at the than formerly, but it in't our i'! '

aiir-. jTeoillwI their chambers are accustomed to car present time the most successful nut h- and we are selling as low as we meut! St.,
-- out pnins that hate begun to sibly can. :
ry Htand
Itciil. hprout. To say that they really sow the loss by evaporation and PARLOR MARKET
-- this Seed lie avers is "as absurd as toM : Pineapples at 11.75
be
1 "1' A i nnlv furoiobei rooms at. leakage is small and may partly or
.
-'rnQ: street. aUtf } that the cook I is planting and maintaining whollv replaced bt rain, so the f"r.... isalways Phone 1T.S.: tlno. s. Itell. .

Vm< IIIVllllt-- -...-1. I ; an orchard when some of the available, and but little labor is -

peach stoues she has thrown into the net.dtil to keep Mich works in repair

\\ \-i.iod.olicitor; will pay yard chance to :grow into peach trees." The water 1'101'tlf the Unmans was

', 'iii,iiifT>rin and the American (;trl. an at.llration! of this method of stnr F. E.law's One-Pi iCBICash House
them the :
\\.' .\. TI' U. In a character sketch of the late Lord ill form. for of'""m..t and or.was" for Oil ,

---- -- Stekl- I I uflerin: iu The Keview of 1.'lewsJr.
\\ .' ;-:: yard fggat Stead recalls! some amuiugtalk

I\aurar.t. he had with him once about the extentto Tbf Kit tor' ill

\lV t' -All kinds Of empty beer which the world was being: Ameri- OSTETTFR1S positively c :rp CUT PRICES IN TWO
: > H' KRICDMAR.! novstri.
caui7ed: by the seductivene&a of the 1 Indigestion, ? sera

I F .." i.\ moat desirable I'o-t-- la American :girl
'
':'." 't. \ ':t easy, terms'.'04 BouU, by the FalafoxIfalm Klsber .It is really terrible;' he said "to Dyspepsia, H>.) yards Dress rtwi5p. worth 6c 20 dozen Ladles' Lisle Thread W pieces Medicated 24-inch Cotton
.
Money ll
note the havoc she wreaks upon the Consti atron.1 yard 10\ yards for 30 cents."e t", worth 35 cent, yours for 2u Diaper, lOyardsin a piece worth
cents. !wc. for this ale, 60c.
11"1 11 I \\ :'lIteIluler susceptible diplomatists of the world Biliousness, li()) yards Dress Dimitys, worth

\ ', whom she finds at Washington.,: They a'r "' ": Nervousness 71ic,10 yards for 45 cents. 1000 Boy's and Men's collars, luO dozen Ladies' Fast Black Fall
\ .ii Frutaortbyperson In each find her irll'bistlbhand the most cosmopolitan broken sizes to close out at 3 each. Seamless Hose regular loc goods,

'\"b,'> toliJ mating financial huiinpivol.1 standing eMnl; of services is lldnmcri.; 1 T ane Malaria. 2I.K) yards bleached yard wide Do- II for this sale, 6J"c a pair; 4 pair for
-'t '> 'ca 11e weekly caib salary IU mestic, yards for 4 cents. i 2r)} Ladies' Madra and White 25c.
;a' ,* ,. i-""k Wednesday, with a'Ut't- canized to the core" Try a bottle Waists, worth 1'jc and $1, to close at I
:" '" .' Of the .American girl herself Lord andeatlsfyyour- Sea Island't 10) dozen Men's Seamless
't -.t from headquarters: money 2)-)yard* unbleached 41c. Half
v t ', -xpen-.es.. Manager :17:' (',,!t.t little too old self. The genuine for Hose in brown
: 'i.l'hlCII Dufferin said he was a yard wide Domestic, 10 yards 45 | red and black, for
{" )7e8nlw fashioned ia his ideas easily to recon has our Private cents. ,i 50 pairs Lace Curtain*, 2'2 yards i, oc a pair.

iivrnv.. cile himself to the innocent license of alTTERS Btanip over regular 7Jc goods to close at !
I
--.-, .......... the neck. 2'))} yard; Embroideries regular } cg' 25 dozen Men's French Dropped
S.Sli! }: I TImPmtaiv PTKumJKNs: the self depending but self indulgent price 7j w SIc,10 vardstor 45 cent.. I I t switched Under Shirts, worth 40c, to
.t o' sale of - I| 25 dozen Large: Turkish Bath T >wj i close at 25c each. Drawers
.ii'vely stock and Eggs: for daughter Brother!_ _Jonathan. ; i to match. ;
: .air.. .1--_ at Willis Har1w'rel"o'l. lUstfM1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. lOt)) yards Dress! Pique and Ducks I j els worth {2, will close at $I 20. t! 30 dozen Men's
How to Avoid Trouble ----- for b5'' Fancy
and 10
12
worth 10 yards
IIAIlt (. )OD." -- >:2c, i 20 dozen 24x33-inch Bleached I Lace Under Shirts, 45c; each. Draw* ,

1 he 'H\R\H' REIKVE-Mannfacturer- Now is the time to provide yourself W. C. ROWE, M. D. cents. ,! Towels, for this sale, at 60c dozen.I I; ers to match. !

art dealer in Hair Uood Hats. Toilet and family with a bottle of 1\))) Dress Cross Bar, worth I rp2'.1' t
A't'c \ yards 35 dozen 2Sx42-inch;: Towels 2 dozen Ladies' BUck and Colored
-< il.rUtleta.11 W. Uovernment Office: ITS S. Palafox.
r: :, ; Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and S'jC: 10 yards for 50 cents. I ular lOcdozen. goods, for this sale, &Jc i Bilk. Tatletta Waists, regular price :
It is almost I
Diarrhoea 4to9aa.m.and m
Remedy. Hours from : to3p.
-
f3. O, to close at |2 20 each.
I'i.s+ver... I.'or Funernlai. certain to be needed before the summer and after ;o'clOCkPhon.o 25 dozen Ladies' Bleached Vest, ;

; i Jo-VER.U.8 rnllD-d is over, and if procured now with tape in neck, 5 vests for 25 i &X) yards White Batiste Lawn, This sale will positively not run ..

FL-R p'mptlyln: FU boaqaeu special t designs may save you a trip to town in the OS. cents. J regular 12t quality 10 yards for b5c. I, for longer than one week

'..\ % ''oieiu bloreao:5: West UTPgory night or ia your busiest season. It
Phon" ''fI Mlm is everywhere admitted to be the

mot successful medicine in use for i i PARKER'SHAIR BALSAM 1
BRAWNEffS ONE-PEICE CASH
( HOUSE
.lT FL/)1YL'Ltrs. P. E.
.
_''- - bowel complaint, both for children C1Mn"Prom....*. acd 0 lniJnl twulif frovtiLe the bar: j;
( r FLOWERS and Moral LeUnisPt and adults. Jo family can afford to r 'all. to Bertor Gray

*1'1 ial designs ordered for cu tomerl. be without it. For sale by all drug-s I Iglst Cum Bur wa.g ta its d mxf Youthful k ba..l Color.,,n{ \1
pOne Violett Moreno, IT-'S Welt Bregory.: jlD1 and medicine dealer 1| "'" ..JI.1J1t Iln 1,I i lO 5 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. & \

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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA THURSDAY JUNE 12, 1902a


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: [; 'L !I Buds aid Flowers if Home Life "
ItliI !AMATEURS WHERE TO Strongest in t IIie'\/oj"\/


I I Politics I andPoliticians. I OUTSHOOT

: REGISTERi The 4d Annual Statement
I I PAINE'SCELERYICOMPOUND j i lor y..if
". Entered at the Post Office at Pensscola.n k Ending December JUr I9o
., teCODII- l>.fe matter PROFESSIONALS ni
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i OrrICEl'IU'. Building, 211H; !HoutL: J i ij i I
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1 THE[ [EQUITABLE
ralaJoJ street, up-stairs. V. *' -- j MAKES AND KEEPS THE CHIL- ;! ADAMS APPOINTS l[
'v 1
b Messrs. and Lawrence
Fanning
f-' THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. I ': I i I II DEPUTIES
b JiJrI professional trap shooters, went up I DBEN WELL AND BTEONG., : UH ASSURANCE

4- I. B. HIL6ON, Managing Editor. I I EUCIUl
W M. BALL, Business Manager. Attetd the meeting of the Demo- against the crack shots of the Dixie I --- i I .

cratic League at Clatter's hall to- : Gun yesterday at Kupfrian's park Mothers Make It the Home Medicine !i The following deputy registration I Assets .. ... . t; .

I Terms: Invariably in Advance. night. I bear that some warm and were onfcored. J. M. Muldon for the Little Ones i!officers have been appointed for the Reserve and other Liabil

On Year by Mad ... .46 *' !i 1: purpose of opening the books in this ities .. . 2 C}, .
.. 2 50 I Speeches are scheduled. If you hearI again won the badge.
BU Months The children, God bless! them, are I> county, so as to allow white demo. --
I On Week by Carrier )'ablrMonAay IUtdttrtisirg I them yourself you will better understand I Tte: scores were as follows: I the buds and flowers of our home cratic voters to qualify for the pri Surplus (from whicb Divi-:

Rates Furnished en Application I the protest and kicks that 50 Blue Rocks. Without their prattle and hearty mary election called for July 15, I dends are paid . ;t. ,'
I laughter, our homes would be desl1 ;-
usually follow these latter day campaign I J. C. Fanning . . . . . 43 i 1 late. They should ever be carefully 1902! : Paid to Policy-holders in

TELEPHONE NO. 118. I. j I C. L. Lawrence . . . . 47 tended in childhood and youth if No. 1 (Nix's Prt'ciuct-O. C. Clifford 1901 . .. .. . . $ f ,
speeches.i .J. 1i. Muldon . . . . . 47; I them into office. I New Insurance in .
i _____ we expect to ripen perfect registration 1901. .s a-; .-
I |IV. J. Vidal . . . . . 43 men and women. NoKupfrian'', C.r.. Asker- i Total Insurance
j Many were called Tuesday night ; G. W. Turton . . . . . 41 In the home and at school, the in force
gren. ; Dec. 31 ) -
!
1 t: bu none seemed to be willing to G. T. Morgan . . . . . 34 I children have their times! of ill. Xo. Millview, W. W. Crow. i 1l1I1..f. "

C. Kupfrian . . . . . 41 health and suffering. We" often note :No. 4-Ferry Pass :S. P. Hendrix. i Notwithstanding the gre.r .
!l preside as: chairman of the Cosmopolitan j William Yates . . . . 40 I the pallid and bloodless cheek, No. 5-Beulah, A. J. Buzbee. cial strength of the Society .

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I PE5SAOOLA JUNE 12 1902 Myers-Coston Club. It was T. E. Welles 44 heavy eyes, nervous movements and :No. 6-Roberts and Muscogee, E. greater security which -
4 _, I ; Willie Welles .,. . . . 21! I twitchines of limbs and muscles. G. Bonifay.No. I I holder thereby enjoy :' ({ '
!'. -- i announced that Mr. Rivers B. Forbes . . . . . 40 I They complain of headache drowsiness i- 'I 7-Pine Barren, A. D. Nichol !I are LOW and GUARAN 1 I E..

CHAtU.E&10S'S exposition deficitof I who :hid been elected president A. S. J. Pincey . . . . 41 weariness. dyspepsia, and in son. i I: ter than given by other cKXOWLES .

i. |_4UAIU, caused partly by delay in I At 25 Blue Rocks. digestion. All such symptom. and No. S-Crabtrees, Oliver White. II
when th! club was organized, could I of disease No. Bluff J.Cowart.
preliminary preparation and partly I J. C. Faning . . . . . :21! ailments mean that the seeds -{' Springs!, I
y will have fast and firm hold, No. Wardville, J. A. Godwin.
the of depending free not qualify. After the adjournmentI 1'C. L. Lawrence . . . . -3: I a BRUT.
r by error upon unless taken to No. 11 Walnut Hill J. It. Stewart
? t invaluable I asked one of the members what J. M. Muldon . . . . . 2 I proper measures are I
will be an restore condition of health. .
a perfect
kt a advertising !V. J. Vi.al . . . . . 24 I I I: General Agent*
a f. lesson to the promoters of the Bt. was meant by not being able to qual |IG. \" Turton . . . . . 21 Thousands of wise and prudent No. 12!-City, Willie Sheehan, Cor. ,
have made their children Intend ncia and Alcaniz I !
parents
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f t Louis world's fair. T. . . . . . 18
;; ify. He replied that Mr. Hirers did I'JO. Morgan :i happy, and vigorous. by I 1 No. 13-City, Thos. O. W. Tuttle, _
f ,''C Kupfrian . . . . . 22 I them ,
ivln nature's medicine : lioue.
court
i s THt ease and facility with which I not stand well with the boys along ''William Yatts . . . . .22 Paine's I I0. I
Celery Compound. In ::\ 14-City, MaxGoldtuker. corner FISH CHOWDERBY
Congress could-but will not-effectually the water frout and they were I!IT. lWEl1fS . . . . . 20 j severe and complicated cases many!, Palafox and Roman' !streets,
9 solve the trut problem by i I! Willie Welles . . . . . 11..i I
g4 afraid they would lose votes if they )III Forges . . . . . 241:i re-stored i Pat Hugh's store.
reasonable revision II I I No. l"j-City, Jame Dougherty, THE SEA
t ,t A t.t judicious the tariff and emphasizes the effectiveness 'I kept him as president. What does ]. A. C. Blourlt: . . . . . IS I!j: were given up by physicians.. corner UeVilliers and Ilomana Sts., '1 SHORE

I'1 Mr. Itivers think of that? j> At 15 Blue! Rocks. !I l If your dear one; are not as. hearty, J. B. I>no herty'* store. f i --

of the democratic purposeto I;'I '' .1_ C. Fanning . . . . 13: stron);. and rugged as they should be> Xo.Pineville.. J. Hubbird.
lead up to that course in the approaching i ,', C. L. Lawrence . . . . 14 in June, try the health giving virtue :No. 17-Brent". Arthur Fillingirn.: : At the Santa Iv -

fa campaign. I The question of the day : Who' J. M I. Muldon . . . . . 14'' of Paine's Celery Compound. It No. Is-McIUvid, J. M. HarrNon. etablihmeut ti.

r5 --_ I'hoo-dooed the Mallory-Myers clut V. J. Vidal . . . . . 13: makes and keeps the children well.BULL'SEYE No. 1 19-Molino, .''... J. Pilliuintn -

THE federal authorities engaged G. W. Turton . . . . . 14 No. :Flomatou and CenturvV. -- Frank Maura, will gn
Even Mr. Coston the handwriting -- ,
in the crusade in the courts againstthe saw |dc.. T. Morgan . . . . . 1" I H. Mayo. celebrated fih chow d>,' *
handicapped by the al- on the wall and proclaimed: 'C. Kupfrian . . . . . 11 I The books! will b* opened in the
trusts are
t, ;Wm. Yates . . . . . 13: LANTERN above-named election di-trict at I day at 5 o'clock p. m.
universal that what in his speech before the East: End
most suspicion 13. Forbes . . . . . 14 the place named on Thursday: Friday -i shore beach. The -tt-r;
they are doiiiir i i.. merely for political Democratic club that he did not purpose j At 10 Blue Rocks.J. and Saturday, June Ith.: 13th:
and that the injunction suits MAKES TROUBLE and 14th, !Stu2The prise will leave Palaf- *
w effect, trying to ride into of.ice on Mr. C. Fanning . . . . S books will be opened from 7
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and grand jury inve-tisations and Mallory's back. 'i C. L Lawrence . . . . J y -- o'clock a. m. until I 12, and from I 2:30: p, in. every Sunday

i, criminal proecutlonwill never result |IJ. M. Muldon . . . . . 1" o'clock p. 111. until 6 o'clock p. in.

kit in punishment Nevertheless, !iV. J. Vidal . . . . . 10 A certain policeman, anxious to !Jjot T. N. ADAMS. Foley's Honey and Tar
the sentiment of the I Ij : "I am told that Billy :Sennott haspromit G "'. Turton . . . . . C ___n nw opiates and can safely" I I..
the fact that examine front has I
d deliver the G. T. Morgan . . . . . S yards cloely, provided For biliou-ne.* Chamberlain'sHtotnach to children. \I'. A. I/Al> '
to of S. B. use
i vote
, masses i i.; being recognized i is a favorable I It C Kupfrian . . . . . 9Win. himself with a dark lantern & Liver Tablets. They 1! 121 H. Palafox street.

; sin. and republican failure i iJ A. :No. 1 to Myers and Coston," said ( Yates . . . . . S and has fitted rubber heels his I cleanse the stomach and regulatethe / i I 1I _-
to
; to destroy the dangerous powersJ I j a citizen with a memory lat. ui ht T. E, Welles . . . . . 9 ; I liver and bowels, effecting a
of the trust* will a=sure democratic j I ; \V. Welles . . . . . 7 Shops quick and permanent: cure. For 134 134 134 134 134

; "Wonder if Billy ha-* forgotten the B. Forbes . . . . . . JO He be sale by all druggists ana medicine | :; --:;-, ""-:.- .
j success in Iixi4 I if not i iu 19<'>2.Sl'AKKMAX cannot heard walking, and
: 1' : time he ran against Tom Johnsonfor General Average.J. dealers. -S-|
on a dark night he is close to 134 134
:i tr t COS"RE8 :HAN WHS in : president of S. B. A. ::\0.1 and M. Muldon . . . . . M: very a. i .
"'" :t: Jacksonville Monday, en route to : B. Forbes . . . . . . 94 person before his presence is known. IF YOU ARE ; Altai's Telephone,

his home for a brief visit and the how the vote stood oil that oc C. L. Lawrence . . . . 9.5! : One night recently, it is told when 134 3 HUforHuMlcl'he, 134

.1' casino'" V. J. Vidal . . . .. . I'U lOOKINC FOR BARGAINS I II TR\1T'
't t Metropolis, in complimenting him ;' : J C. Fanning . . . . 86:; the moon had hid herself for a mo- i;, W- ". '. .

upon- his Washiugtonrecordremarks I ; G. W. Turton . . . . . W; meat behind the cloud, the alert i I I ,;I 134 134 134 134 134
q that if he belonged to the second j I It Talk about warm politicWhy! Ie. Kupfrian . . . . . 83Win. : I

t district the people of that city 'the pot is merelyimmering now I Yates . . . . . 83 officer was creeping uoilessly along For the next ten days I will sell :

j T. E.'t'lles . . . . . !86i
East La Hua street. When article now in stock at
a "would fchow their in !! directly you any a None Better
appreciation 'in comparison with what it will be i G. T. Morgan . . . . . 70 -t
I I ne uncertain tones." Mr. Sparkuian next month. Every new candidate : W. 11'rlles. out ofIi . . .39 opposite a certain residence, the discount of 2"j per cent from the reg-

belongs to Florida and his work in i A. J. S. Pinney. out Of ">0 . . 41 1 bull's-eye was Mashed !"uddenly on ular price. Think of it-you will
Congress no less than that of his I i announced adds new fuel to the !! A. ('. Itiount. out of 25: . . . IS : Than the Best !
riame the front porch, and the cruel piercing save |i!;> on a diamond ring or pin, ,
By the first of the
distinguished colleagues, was done July I Team Shoots-Muldon's Team. I I 1

i; for the entire state the people of I whole woods will be ablaze with en- J. M. Muldon . . . . .24 : ray are said to have exposed an :i i i where at regular price it would cost i!

I . . . . . 21 -&
which, irrespective of district lines, J. C. Fanning i,i affectionate little tete-a-tete. {iluO. See ; you save 2.1; cents on' "V
: thusia-m. There will be political 'T T. Morgan . . . . . ISj!
will unite in giving him honor. |''meeting i iu every precinct and O.V.. Turton . . . . . :211 i The parties thus diturbed are said 'i: every dollar's worth you buy. :Now I II BUFFALOBaking

t j, Kupfrian . . . . . 22 .I to be couidering the advisability of'I'1 I is the time to buy your diamonds or ;
'fH RurtH{ the liberality: of a well- speech-makingevery night. Locally C. mount . . . . . 18
t known Pitt-burg millionaire a great interest is centering around the contests ( having the lnqul-itivepoliceman before watch or any other article In clock I

} sanitarium for consumptive* is to be j' for tax collector, D'Alembertej,1 Total . . . . . . .124 the board. I Ivery! cheap. Call and examine Powder

f established at Denver, Col. Now Fcrbes's Team. | good*. Remember, this offer ifor,

r that the tuberculosis con {re** has vs. Bellinger ; and for treasurer.1 B. Forbes . . . . . 24 i i Kexealu a Great Seoree. IS THE BEST !
3 designated tins dread dieae as I Frater vs. Brawner. Both will bepretty i C. L. Lawrence . . . . 23'V :: 1 It is often asked how such startling only ten days. :No trouble to show

1 J. Vidal . . . . . .21 ,, cure. that puzzle the best physician ( good. J. I. STEPHENS.
the htsVhat
dangerou to general and fL the result will
public [ ; ..Win. Yates . . . . . 22 I II ,. are effected by Dr. King's New Di*- : :
recommended the iolation of its be remains, to be seen. But they are I i IT. E. Wtlles . . . . . 2'JW. covery for Cou*ttutptiott. HereV the 112 :-"uth Palafox !street

victim*, the claim of Florida as a ; Wflles . . . . . 11 -tcret. It cuts' out the phlegm and
going to be rights right, and the Happy 1 iino In Old To\\
,, n.
place of refuse and recovery for the i germ infected mucus, and lets the''

afflicted one* should be recognized : champions of the contestant arelining I Total . . . . . . .124 ;,i life-giving oxygen enrich and vitalize "We felt, very happy." write- R.
H I in ,: the blood. It heal. tk-e inflamed, N. Bevill. Old I'OWI.I."a...
and utilized in a similar manner by up;: great -bape for the fray. "when
: cough-worn throat and lung*. Hard
feme one or more of those whotnake: I Witty Years of Popularity colds and !stubborn coush .OOH Bucklen'/ Arnica Salve! wholly

: it their winter home for their own Hon. JohnNeel of Holmes county t of .I yield to Dr. ]\II1gXew Discovery, cured our daughter: of a bad case of
i i. the record Painkiller ( PerryDavis'
comfort and pleasure 'wi-ely says: "The wool-hat are I the mot infallible remedy for ill -ealJ: head." It delight; all who
but the full of
) shop are 1m-; Throat and
1 1 Lung di-eae. (iuarau-1:
I II u-e it for CutCurrm*, Brui-r*. I'tcers. -
THii Ocala! Banner recently called what count in an election. The 'I itation* made to .ell upon the great I teed bottles oO c and *l.Kj. Trial ,
Infallible for Pile
Eruption
attention to the tact that the statute are for Lamar." In other word;, reputation of the genuine ; he cau- :. bottles free at W. A. D'Aleinberte'*. ;
I I 121 South Palafox street. .Only :25c. at W. A. D'Aleluberte'jOdrn Guaranteed Absolutely PureIt
providing for the creation of the Lamar i ithe people'! candidate j tiou. therefore, when you a-k fur abottle I II j| -tore. 121 1 !e\.)uth Palafox.!

t- railroad commi*.ion prescribed that ; THE POLITICIAN I I to see that you get the irenu- :I CONCERT AND DANCE AT -- I II
s[ ine. An unfailing remedy for make delicmu; bi-ciic- :
the members of that body, as appointed i --- -- j MAOXOLIA BLUFF THIRSDAYNIOHT. :
-- -- i i- the latest fins, .
> by UU'IIn'rnUr! should '1 i II coughs, cold-, brouchiti. TRAINS 8. S:5o: I I\T etc.You .
comprise irnlent' Career Curf'fl.'tartliug' : AND I 1 1 AOPHlfl See L. Bear l.t Co'sadverti.rutrnt : can prove thihv.
; a railroad man, a lawyer and a 9 LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT I in m'FFAIOatfllll.
:- proof of a wonderful advance K. I. K. PICNIC.
farmer. To which the Arcadia News ). iiriven by drujiri-t U. W. !I i 11:00.:; TICKETS 25 CENTS AT another column.Eishingtackle. OA )I. E'.' A

t respondthat the re-triction! appliedsolely I Kobert of Elizibeth, W. Va. Ani I DEPOT. 1'.II'I.IODt-;' .
i old man there had lon '.ulft-red with i Bids will be received to
to the llr-t couunis*ion, composed up noon of all kinds ,
what good doctor* incurable ;' l.athf'M Can \\ ear MIOPMon
pronoutced
Monday. June Kith. lij.!
the
by asociatiou *-
of the governor'
appointees, cancer. They believed hi* and good crali nets at the

and that the power conferred by the c.i-e hopele.." till te u-ed Electric for privileges at the picnic : si/e polder mnallcr l to after be shake u'lnllh'n'8 into lh. .ho.KootKftf.n -. Willis Hardware Co's. \-A.A.A.A.A.A..AA

act the people to elect commissioners Bitter and applied Hucklen' Arnica and celebration to be given lIthe It nmkfs .. ..
upon I' tiijht. or nr >lio>- fH ru'y gu' "
; carried with it the right; tochoose : Salve, which atuietltconlplete K. I. K. Magnolia: Blutf, July 4. Instant rrli f to corn and bunion-. If.tilt .
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them "without regard: to vo 'I ly cured him. When Electric Bit lii'l'\ : :Seperate bid* will be required cure Krciitt"comfort and prevent- wollrn di-covtry fWt.of the liliM aK'r-f. I BICYCLES r
4 terire mod to expel bilious, kid callous sad -in- 'pots. -\11"11". Kout-I-A f V ..
It, cation." Any citizen H eligible. 1 ney and microbe poi-on; it the ame fur each privilege! follows, viz : lincrrtim... cure for .wating! hot aching t
time tin salve exertit- matchleshealing 1 1. Sodawattr and Lemonade.: t .t At all drUKKl-t and linc. -lort-.. _V
I'on't r l
tJ For Count) ('fHIIIII..i..llf.r. power blood di-eae. efciii :2 Coffee and Sandwic'ies.: ;siipt bv nmil.any.ubstitute.AQJr--, Allm.l.Trial!t packneiKltKK lm>t.-cl.- ... E\V.. .
:i. Ice Cream and L 1'V'V"V"'vvvv.Big .\
eruptionulcer- and -ore vani-h. !| t ah.I Roy. St. .
After due consideration I appeal Bitter- -. :Silve L:I e at W. A. D'Al- shouting (Mllery.i -- -

to my many friend-ami the democratic embertr'-.1"t: South Palafox. i Bid will al-u be received for MILCH COWS FOR SALE '
Stock
any Kinds'All
All
I voter-as a candidate for the - nnT MU aICr I :
special
: privile-- nut mentioned
oftlceof county comb i-ioner from |
r f. district three of E-cambia county FRESH YARD EGGS WANTED. above. OR EXCHANCE .. Prices':

Plei.r.e remember me at the primary The ale of cigar. will be allowed !' .
Bring; loom! all to Nick Apo-tle',; FOR DRY CATTLE '
election of the democratic
I I partvJuly with each privilege.The 20c
t' 15,11'1.' !. I). M. :'ohJRI1T.f' Het.iuraut. -
Olive Fla. right I.* reervej to reject any Call at Iu8 Wet Cnae street and ED1SO 1 PHINONJPH! !
and all bid*. r IMI: 1'l'1'C
: PROFESSIONAL make your choic
Of what doe bad CHIROPODISTE. Addre bid" to
a t.-te in your iijlUt- UEO. W. TI :
KTOX. IK. 5 .
mouth remind you? It rod lcetr- 1 -t. Clair Tnoma will remove D. W. YARBKOl'GH. : For Six Days OnlyPEN3ACOLA Music Free With Each Machine

1 that yourtom.uh i is in bad condi corns, bunion auJ iiurowmg: naii- FELO M, ALLI.TKK.l'j "My Family Doctor" :
and wIll remind that
tion y< u thereis
., ;<* Blue:! I-land.Ill., Jan. 14. li il. \.1 Fishing Tackle
nothing good foruch a disorder withoutpain r blo.d. Will call at Committee. .
Me-rs.
ELY KKO :-I have u-ed .
Liver as Tablet Chamberlain's* after having:stomach: A your re-Idene if required.! No. :til FRANK your Cream Balm in my family for MUSIC CO'S t Base Ball
SECARI'S
ollrpuled
r, >uiin Palaftreet. lujlm BATH HOUSE nine year* and it ha* become my .. ,
them. Tilt'clelin.e and
mTigorate
family doctor for cold in the head

bowel the.. For stomach ale at and:25; centper regulatethe Whooping Cough. Deep water sea bathing, night or IfUe it freely on my children. It I'* 37 S. Palafox SL r Tennis,
I day, for white a Gnu-end to children
box by all druggists and medicine i My little son had an attack of people only. Special as tIf'are.
dealer's.THK whoopmg cou-h and wa threatened compartment for ladies, with lady at troubled more or I le**. Ping Pong.
with tendant. :Neatest, be-t and clea'nest Your-re-pectfnlly, J. KIMKAI.I.
pneumonia but for
j BANTA: Itns..t. .\ berlain's Cough Remedy; we Cham would bath house in the city. Bath. 5 Jud;!e for ynur-elf. A trial ize Big Repair Shop:
cent. FRANK SKJARI. can be had for the small of -
.t fcrilP BATHING: KSTAHLIMI.MKNTBathing : have a -erioj* time of it. It alo sum in
.. saved him froir Cor. Cevallo and Zarragossa St* centSupplied by drusrjri-t- or
several
:;-'- in the warm:ulf water i- J. MKK-KiAi'EN.: attack editor! ofcroup.H. mailed bv: Ely Bmrtier! *, Tfi Warren La Norma! Can Repair any old thing/ :

the finest in ',. If you want a nice to St.. New York. Full -ize 60
t' conceeded to be the H /'/ / // r.i d, Fair Haven. Wah. present givet cent And fit Keys to any old lock'
world. Everything for pleasure with For sale by all druggi-t* and medicine ) a friend go and look through/ the -- --

., safety. Good board and lodging! by ,I dealer- elegant line of suitable articles at Thos. C. Watson & Co.,

the' day or week Luncheou promptIv J. I. Stephens, you surely can find the leading Real Estate Agent take I B. Bruee
served at all hour*, day or nuht.ClIAKLKS something to plea*e you. If you all the worry off the shoulders of the F.
H. Bl'RlON, want anything in the Diamond fine I owner of property manage the S WI S StAB R & CO'S ,

2m-tf Manager. Your Liver be sure to see him before you buy. renting of their bouses and the collection ,
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of their rents as conscientiously 15 B. Palafox.
,
tv'e n CONCERT AND DANCE AT "' v h-adacte as they would them"elvee.
and
MAGNOLIA BLUFF THfR-;. .. sideboards and Their charges are very reasonable.The .
leather- ,
< 1 J :f take
you I'1
t DAY NIGH I'. TRAINS AT >. s .*; seat chairs at ----- New 5=cent Cigar.Try All kinds of chairs and
Jlarston .
finest line of silverzonds
AND9. LAST TRAIN RKTl'RN-J Hood's Pills sterling rocking chairs at Marston
AT 11:60. TlClEll'E!; T Qnina's- Low prices; and !silver novelties i= to be
' AT DEPOr. *( ..1 py a: d! gssts. 'J5 centi. easy found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to % Qaina's. Prices are very
'Payments. please all. t It Buy It 1 low.






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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLURIDA, THURSDAY JUNE 12.1902. I J t I

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rTo'NEAL, Pruiden l ; F. C. MORTON Cashier; PiHi

*'jjOS S. Condone Statement of the r 1 .



AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK' TODAYLOCAL R. HALLIDAY & CO. =: i' ft!


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OF PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS MAY 27, 1902. i '.1.. !1 I
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.FORECAST alr tonight and 'f:
irlday; variable winds.Temperature .
RESOURCES LIABILITIES. in ;'

,. U'counts...... ...... ...... .... 1507,303.02 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... $200.000.00 Extraordinary Bargains I
1.<. ". . .. ...... ...... .. ...... .... 1,233.U2 Surplus Fund.... ...... .. .. .... ...... .. .. .. 10,000.00 I' in Last 24 Hours

'elIlJB i- atd Premium... ...... ...... 80:::60.00 Net Profits ...... ..... ...... .. .. .... .... 7121.b6', Minimum lalmum.'d.................. .... ..... 71 gI Lees :
j ,1", std :Fixtures.. .. ...... .... ...... 6.718.48 Rediscounts ..... ...... ............ .... .... 112,650.89Circulation I> degrees oe Wash Fabrics. & : :
:.rtt.R eat: 'I s ..... .... .... ... .... ...... UV'I.. 00 ..... ..... .. ...... .. .. .... .. .. ..0-,000 OU j Temperature Elsewhere: '1E
r:. /, w:\ Kxoufxge! ...... ...... ... ......... 2i'O,3l7.: Deposits ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ..... 451,574.42 I Mai. Mm.I :

to" 'I Atlanta... ..... ........ ...... ... M 72 : 15 .
--- Biimarck ... ...... ... ... .7i f-4 I:
$&S6.347.17 66,347.17 Chicago ..... ..... ... ... ... ... K! f<> 50 pieces 10 and \\2c; Figured
Cincinnati.... ........._ ........ M 70 5 yard I
T m..k pined for business' October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will giver Galvestoa._.... .. .._.._ Hj so for c ;j. I.
.. prompt, courteous and careful attention. Huron. ... .. ................. 76 M Lawns this sale only I .
y...' Jacksonville .. ....._ .... w t* I *
Interest Paid on Time Kansas Lily ._ ..... ..... ... .. W 7i : i' 1 1'
Deposits. 1 Key West.. ..... ..... .... ... M 74 15c Figured Lawns now lOc t,
Memphis .... .......... .. ...... H 7* ;,
-- Mobile._ ..... ........ ... ..... KI :11
I IB Montgomery .. ...M, 74 20c Figured Lawns and Dotted III I'
H. FAIRCHILD, I WESS2SSS2S2ES :New Orleans....... .......... ........w 74
I FIFTH SUNDAY Sew York .. .... . 7c" ff\ Swisses 15c :
savannah .._ sii 7 I
QPQOLaTER: : rrL: i SOCIETY EVENTS i in St. Louis s"" 7t
ELIM ASSOCIATION 25c Figured Lawns and Em-
ROMAN STREET.I
38 EAST
RATHBONE SISTERS. broidered Swisses 17\c
,... -1 Ref nlsl/ng Furniture aSftcialt
-i M (
.. !ND PERSONALS MEETING Magnolia Temple No. 4. Rathbone .
/ Sisters, regular meeting! Friday afternoon 35c Figured Lawns, Dimities { a

rhODe aut3. -- June 13th, at 2:30 o'clock. and Imported Ginghams 20c
.!SC.SSSSSESSSESESrESESSSESE'] Initiations will take place. Membersare
-I I The fifth : of the
Sunday meeting
attend
specially urged to as'ry
F. N. McCall of Brewton is 48-inch Embroidered Silk Swiss f
R. K. WHITE, I among Elim Association will be held with I important business will be transacted
the guests at the Escambia. as to the picnic and moonlighthop II( .
75c this sale 50c
formerly .
the Pleasant Hill Church June :-7, '
Manufacturing Jeiulergraduate : at the Bluff June l>fh 'I

; ;E ,1'r, I Mr. Robert McCaskill of Freeportwas :2s! and '\J. The program will be as MR;. C. A. BKAWXER. .............. ..
Optician, I Il'f in the city jesterday. MR?. R. B. ef'ENi'ER. M. E. C.M. _?
follows: ; R. C.
'a.ff I "1 Pra"atola, Fla 'i R. Leon Jones of Seminole, Ah.: R. HALLIDAY & CO.
JUNE 27TH.
is among the visitors here today.J. 1,1"

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v-l1 \V. Davis Jr., of Meridian, s p. in.-Preaching by Kev. J. H.McArully. MARITIME. Telephone 193. ?"* ."" 33-35 Palafox St.

Mi j5*., is among the visitors here tl- I .

EWS flOTES} day. I JUNE 28TH. -EXPORTSFor <.'f/J A I Jill Jill, Jill Jill J A uVuvI\rl ;

( \\'. H. Brett, Jr., of Westville.Fla. June to date. .. .. 'iAKKIVFD .',., jJ \) y} l! V\\) ) J > \I \I :; v\j Ur) V\I"\1I) i) )) \1'\) ) ) ) ) ) ,4.1i ;

; ., is among the guests at the Mer 10 a. m.-Called to order by the f I
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chairman in AT yl tlllNriNE.Kubk If Yoa Them the Boston Shoe Good !
-- chants. ; ?ou0. 101 Gospel I Buy at Store They are
Rhealau :Nyroot., i'ort :Natal, to
!>.: ilid ice-cold ; hymns ; !Jioth psalm and prayer by order
Jno. C. Calhoun of Tallahassee is BrsOnto.: ::!. Aaanu. La Oua\\, to
1'\i.:! J Ice Cu's.1V i \V. S. Keysirr.v Co
Dr. I). C. Bnr !
in the city today, a guest at the ).-- on.
I
cambia. 10:20: a. m.-Calling the mil of CLEAKEH IT'S NO USE TO HUNT s
ir- crdiatlyl I Aius Evelyn: Mills for New York wi'.h: ,
:'r- The I'ensacola Athletic club will churches and hearing reports from !general cargo and all..dIIr.s
'. i"*!.I i ti.t-! -etiigof the I II Koal'jy: ;, William*, by W 0\ K-
: I give a bay: excursion and hop Friday each. Iot'rl"o.. "ior JUnchf.ter, witu 77;" >.1IJ b It
is: L-, i.u-at 'hitter's hall: Sean timber,,'alu. f ,SH ; FOR BETTER SHOES : I
i.x.-ilfiit addresses will evening, June 20.Lep 11 a. m.-The work of the Holy j.j.I j.I

\ :. i by prominent ..;>eakt.'ri'.1. Hirschman left this morningfor Spirit in the Churches, by HeW.. AT QUARANTINE.Itbk > I OR BETTER PRICES '! ,
Ker'-lgllere: lull, Pt'tko'a'oca! to
Laurel Hill Fla., and Crestview B. Moritz and others. naarb Iuuaodyt CoNor ; ;
U'l.iin-!: aged colored 1' on business trip. bit Sunbeam Ni4:: Andertn. Buecofc THAN THE .< s ?* .
1\ W .- : ik-1. to the police sta- 11:45 a. m.-Has the church any Ayres to order
i lr sb Urunielzier.stY. Rio Ja- I
: "!Il" on South: Biylen Robt. S. Welsh of Tampa arrivedin scriptural right by which to governits nleroto W h Kt')"t'rt Co
the last night and registeredat pan bkt :Norms. :tat, Altiemen, Para to
.";I.III! very ill. City ,. city member? By Rev. J. L. Bryarsand Bears, Imnworty A Co Boston Shoe Store ; '
.\ r1-; .! ;."!!! was summoned the Escambia. Am bchneANorton: 47. Eastman I
others.12:30Recess. :New London, to Jno A Merrill A Co
.' n.-Jical attention. : There will be a grand opening reception lir snip Kings County. 'e'1.titer. Cafe I
: for dinner. :!Town via riaroado- orderHusship !
-' ,n.' Middlfham Castle I of the Saturnaliau Club at ocean UM. Mat teen KU Janeiro HAS FOR MEN AND
1:40 m.-Devotional exercisesled to SLlo
their hall tomorrow night.D. p.
: .11' lIIg her cargo oft :
I by Jesse Jordan. FOR WOMEN.
uinmandincia wharf citizen THE SHIPPING.
W. Burke a prominent .
loaded lwip. m.-Has; a Missionary Baptist I
She will be is the
DeFuuiak
Springs among
1\ .. f timber and lumber lof businessisitors here today. church a scriptural! right to retain : VKfeSELH IN PORT.. ....,Full Value in Wear. Style, Comfort.... Ih.I.ji

la Lumber I !!TEA'I'HlI !' \ :.. .
Company.
j W. W. Robinson a prominent cotton I members in full fellowship who :', BrA JHocken. l\''tI, Bennett to PrCta-1
cola Lumber CDKrllrttteu :
a it 11 o'clock a. 111., at I dealer of Macon Oa., is among oppose supporting minion work? Hall, 1:17*, Wrp ..ner. to I'.aars. ; :
Uun ody it Co I BOSTON SHOE STOR: ;
"Ie closing exercNes ':the business visitors here today. By Rev. A. S. J. Con:tryman. I I Br Horslry StUi. :Nortbtell. to order I II ,
1 Arm-troic's classical Span Ida. 1 .Arann, to hull Irtiii'it Co
i.v i Carl E. Beaty, a prominent naval 3 p. in.-Has the church the right Br John lirlKht: li'.. Wynt' IIlo Pen-aco- ;i I''
w D take place Judge! Juu. C. la l.uintierCo x VTII tG.. I'Illt'lllIMIlc<< : :
will deliver an addresIs storedealer of Valdosta, U.,., is i','to retain members who buy, "ell, Kr .MlddlehamCa-Ue. I\M,i. Lloyd! to Gull! "ruIII'ic'luI' 1 1
I Tntn
it l'o
and patrons are expected among the guests at the Merchant 1 work and ride on trains! on the Sabbath Kr Royal,'!'Utt, Williams to W S h.ySrr Leaders of Low Prices.Three H7 South Palafox I I.

public cordially invite R. L. Prempertapupular whi-key I I I| ? By Revs. J. L. Bryars. J. II. .t(0"H I I',.. u
I of Louisville, arrived in Ir! Lizzie Burrell. in iliHrrrsKAKKS 1.I 1.V 1.
drummer i i : 22 1c
though it be dull summer, l :McAnally, I5.JH.: skinner I. :Spence, 1
the city last. night and registered at Nor Alexander !!.Haaverten, :
'er at the Merchants Hotel ;I I J. L. Taylor, A. M. Lowery, J. E.Holley to W S Kt'yu'r.Co Lawrt'ot'E'.l1 I, rS2 I:
the Merchants.A Q i iI
to how a long list of daily Kui .tNti.'nailtoH; LCoIt
i J. 1'
A. S. J.
1 Countrymin.
.
moonlight, Columbini.Ms I'H roili. to orderHUB I t'
(at' Jacob Kryger's;: peril delightful dance by Luna,flnliurke,to Per>aco.a Lumber i td
of the 1 Fillingim, J. W. Day and others.
fanned by the soft breeze Co i
:mty and the polite and I Nor MaUura. UK: BruusRaan), to S FSliotterCo 'f'
.' :itioti of his etlicient as- gulf and entrancing music are promNed i| .> p. m -Adjourn.i ,

tlJ, keep a hot..1 of double all who attend the concert and i T:45; p. m.-Song and prayer service l>ui> Sorelle B.I.RK.S.It 14V'\. Costa. toordrrHKMi.NLKft.

% 1 filled withue"t!: :. I dance of the Peimcola! Concert bind : led by I. C. Bowman. I'nlon, 7:, Foster- Kuaton. to mailer :u :\ ji
Magnolia: Blufi tonight.The .
p. m.-Hearing reports of our sSP4S25ZZ5E525 S5a5 cbv I i
MALT has a marvelous i Misses: Grilling dancing UP, OLKAKED' .' HAILED rOll PEA: i .! .
missionary Rev. J.V.. Day ; anddiscussion 8ACOLA.8TSA8HIFg.. -- -- '- t
.-. While refreshing I school which has been so popularthis I ,

:ake, it helps; assjmi.ld season, will close for the summer I I by all. \ BI-atnCP. Br. J'IR| >. tdlllard-. IVnartn Mays
after the dance tomorrow nijht, I! !II p. in.-Adjourn. I lleliini-'borif! hwefl, Ifji'I. clireill. Kottrrliiin : 4
!-.. byNHEISSER : ( :May in = Day Special '
which promises to be one of the most Llan-annor, Rr. '-':!>"'*. Croston at Rio la- t
: 29TH. I
> :; BROS.i of the class i JUNE nieroLanetiHin.
__ I interesting meetings I Br, -Id Harwirk June rt
I since the season opened. \! U! a. m.-'ong-: and prayer serviceled PortuI/AIt'tt'.lr..11SilverdulH. 31n7 I ,Jt'l1k1l1It Hamburg

;- the latent I May : nr,1711. Hall Md !Sbleld..luce: iydenrjain ,.r f ,
l \ \!1't'\' \\' .. I.. Hear & Co'- I Garden hose at the WillisIIffrIwareCo's. by D. M. tHritt. nrId, M Vincent. V. May :toXnzpirak FOR MEN $
:
", I adverti-emeut in Rat, i' imn.eld Bilbao Mart! ;-.' w
! >>:::10 a. m.-Is the church responsible
__ I P!lflI'S. '
I ICECOLDVATEtt [F.LONS: AT for the :Sundaychool? By J. Kndyinion. Kus. !i'W.; bid Eliot London 'fi I
I March I 1'-
'.' i.i.. ND DANCE AT' Godwin and others.
THE GARFIELD ICE CO'=- i A. HAKkH THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY.
I II .Antonio t'rg,7.tibld I'nlin.t May I 1.: \ ,
;.I.\1 : "I \ r.i: :. FF THURSDAYNS : InWho should first enlistin '
102:! a. Hugo. Nor..tl. at fable Bay Marsh 7 (1IN
,' i ;. WAXDMX Everybody has; a right to a little i <)h\t> 1tunlt,.I.t Lellh Jai 12 }
AT :
\ : '
: :N : I
arth. But must school work? By E. '
,, piece of this they the Sunday Virginia It bId Malaga April '

: :- HEn'HAT 1 fight for it. They must watch their H. Adkisson, I'. H. Grimhr and O A. J3 TO HI A. THE OFFERINGS QUOTED HERE for the l,
:1' iCENTS;; =-', AT : chance to get it, and get it. j I
1 the Kind VC3 Bale
Thos. C. Watson & Co. : other Bears! tie /* I2)-S BcilgbBlgnatwe NEXT THREE DAYS selling, the values

i I have some particularly flue bargainsto The speakers: will be limited to ten j.1 _

1'I roltcllnlJlll I offer just now. and they invite minutes each. 01 speak for themselves. They only need your H

r I. v at the Willis I You vou to will come never and regret investigate having same.done 11 :'M a. in.-;Missionary Serm"ii' by : Grass Shears that will cut inspection and interest to insure quick buying. ; 'I I :i;

l" < tV.v. 1 8 i. H. Skinner of Atmore. close, at the Willis Hard' '
_. Rev. R. If you are in doubt as to the values we offer, .j.
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Collection for missions. mare Co's. .
1-W m.-
:
: : : .. .. .. '" .. : p. ask your wife, who has learned the economy of 1

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12H p. m.-Rcces. for dinner. T1 L attending OUR SALES. You get here the .

tNUNNALL 2:-'II p. in.-:Son*, "How Firm a t 7 .r f worthiest goods at a less price than you pay I

V'S Fouudation."by the choir and prayer S.- "
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by T. W. Ficklin. i3* elsewhere for cheap, shoddy stuff !i : i

2W: p. m.-Preaching by Rev. J.W. :

t Day. 4! -50 DOZEN MEN'S SUMMER SUSPENDERS 10 CENTS.-( I }


} HIGH GRADE ac :3'JOp. m.-Adjourn. 50 dozen Men's Hue in ab-olutely j 12"> dn/t-n ft'u'l nll Drawer, l;u- I I .'. :I J..IJ.,

7:45: p.m.-Prayer service. I". H. fat black red and blue ( l bleached : a big value at : .tij

!'tlh1th country v..rror 15c I'C 2.e. but a pheuotniiidl one 1 g(' .
Grunlar. ,! tOe orTHKEE pairs for. al. . .. . .. .. .. .. I U '. ;
''I i
h m.-Preaching by Rev. J. W. I
p. '

CANDIES Day.SoO. "). 15 doz u Men's Negligee Working 21 1 dltz..nttu',; Bleached Drill ; .. f

tf I m.-Adjourn byingiiig: =,1I Shirts, light and dark cols I)- Drawer. elattc knit bjnda -, (])- Ii;1 .rf 1
: p. lors, collar attached rII'a; garment w ithout an t'quil? ( /.'\(' : : .
tf God be with You Till We Met-t far JX'c' sellers. .. I at the pric -. .. . .. .. ... _UU :, .,."-

I

\l\vavs Fresh and Excel All Others. 1. again.! : HeJ.. L. Bryars.j Ironing Dayhas White Nf>rlu-es-Our entire $1"0" Collrt'd.t'. lijee-Our entire linn :"!
by
Benediction
line of Celebrated "Stiatford' of "Emperor" Marts in encJlf..n i' .
j A cordial invitation is extended to white pique and uudra- ": variety of colors and pats; frf: 1 :
no terror to those whose kitchenis :shirts with cuff* to match fl 0 C tern. jjuUr *l.i.;> Val- i f (
;
f all to attend this meeting.D. equipped with a Gas Rln: {e. No too at. .. ." .. .. ..., U ue-. . .. .. .. .. .. .... //\1" 'U '

, e ...FOR SALE BY... I M. MERRITT, heatinz up of a whole house on a j H!

P. M. PKITCHETIChairman.. hot day. Heat is only applied where 50 PAIR MEN'S SATIN CALF SHOES, plain 1.*. .ingle "ole ; C |11 IK: :

Secretary.Of needed. AS a matter of domestic u.uanteed"llid.thl'.ame\\'eal\\'a.ri"t.'tlat flVj.. now .... .. 0 I U 1 I;

; SOL CAHN & CO. All Hot Weather Enemiesof !' economy a Gas Ran e will soon pay _
I
for itself in saving fuel when comparEd SEE OUR SHOW WINDOWS I 1"(
cholera is; the worst.
humanity with an old style coal or wood ... .. .- ----.... ... ......... ..-. .. ... . .
effective be -
mutt -
be -
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS, (I Treatment to fire, and you cannot over estimate
J prompt. When vomiting, purging: the comfort and convenience of this & B.
that the di-- w. FORBES. !
announce t'7i
' Palafox and Intendenda Streets. < I. and sweat cleanly fuel in warm weather. J. ;
corner ease is i present, combat it with PerryDivis' : 1
Painkiller. All bowel troubles -...
:

.honc 175. .{ .< Pcnsacola, Fla. I like diarrhtei.are overcome clrtlera by morbus Pain Pensacola Gas Co Cleaning; ladies! !skirts and waists I will repair your watches and J i
and dvseutery; ,,
nealtti-promot- 1 Ii' one of OT specialties. Star Laun- Jewelry in first-class! style. J. I

.. .. .. .. --..................... .... killer: It is; equally No. 3 S. Palafox St., Pinsicala, Fla dry Stephens. 1
"* ,.. .. ... .... .. .. .. . ing in all climate I :
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. JUNE 12, 1902 .
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''III MILWAUKEE PEOPLE BRITISH SHIPPING COMBINE. -
!
! VENEZUELAN CRISIS MISS ROSE OWENS;

i Project Is Subject of Much Discussion C
.
"
"! Could Hardlr Belieie It. A
by London Newspapers. St. WASHINGTON D, C
FASTATOACHING Prominent Woman Saved From No. 720 Seventeenth ,
! London. June 11.-The newspapershere :

Death by Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetable continue to discuss the Brit.il1l| If su'Tcni
Ir
are a
"If every suffering woman you j 11
r 'JH Castro Realizes Matos' Revo Compound. shipping combine as though the project flu the same experience with man we would say

had assumed much more tangible I had that Wine of Cards
Wine of Cardui that '
: r DEAB MRS. TIXKHAM :-I suppose a
: I Ir lution Is No Myth. large number of people who read of shape that is yet admitted by those your medicine will be most fails to completely
of female i ilt. to Know the popular. About a year ago case
my remarkable cure will hardly believe who are in a position
I began to have a worn out (. it ne >r t.1,
it I
I DAilY' BEATEN it ; had I not experienced myself, facts The Westminster Gazette today
HIS BEST TROOPS beneht.
1'r'\
tired feeling with lassitude, to
.I know that I should not. iMRS. intimates that the Cunard line
j', pains in the back: and head dreda of sufferer: ae .r: j
will not Join in forming the proposed, which kept increasing every to our Ladies' Advisor
General Matos, Who Has Personally ,
1I I Canadian British line and says the colonial j month. 1 felt that 1 needed partment. TlJptfr* are

Taken Command of the Revolution, tU secretary, Mr. Chamberlain, fa-1 something, but to get the opened by i'r?onj tan
<
vors subsidizing the latter project: right medicine was the troullu RIM OUTU. tent to give airy ''r,
Marches Caracas With Army of
on I( Jones cir?d fin
I decided was by '
isI ble finally on
line which
rather than the Cunard ,
Over 5,000 Men. your Vine of Cardui and only needed to ? the advice which WH freely 51
I I more severely directed against the' take three bottle when I was fully re her by the Ladies Advisory P irment.

A vegetable> liquid' for governing, or Port of Spain, Island of Trinidad, Wi! 1iy \ II I j Morgan shipping combine. i j covered." Miss Owens w* cured 111'11'

equalizing the flow of women's menses Wednesday June Correspondence II According to The Westminster Ga IBEX Miss Rose Owens, who advice by just buying s f l'ti O botti..t!

which occur once in every lunar month. of the Associated Press.-Events are zette the capital of the CanadtaaBritish j I W has a responsible position in toe of Cardui from L-r druggist' a: 1
this me4
z I oil taking great : me in they
j line would be .c 10,000.000 the Government service at
i marching with giant strides In thecountry I)
;
.= of her home. No BRADFIELD'SFemale vacy
I ,, D. C. decided to j.
of BolHar. President Castro, 1I I which S;8,500,000 would be expended I ion Washington, animation, treatment or advice u r <.
Wine of Car ui she made a wise
: been forced six 25-knot passenger steamers and try You Lave aatwhatthwe
Regulatoris of Venezuela, has to rec Over million have essarv. > w
choice. women
TAEiJA a
ognize that the: Matos revolution is n.). a dozen freight steamers. The promoters i been relieved of female weakness! by this cured women ha: 'evntten" Ta this t

the essential quality of powerful herbs. a myth, for his best troops are beaten it is alleged, will receive a to. i| same Wine of Cardui. It is not a enough! to lead! von to Jeteruina ,S

It concentrated essence best adaptedfor daily by the revolutionary forces and 4 tal of 1: i\O.IH> subsidy besides an itn- strong medicine but way be taken every rid of suffering?

women's delicate organism, and put iti at the present hour from north a 4 k' ," +0' penal guarantee; of interest of the cap day in the by any woman with August 13, 100) Mrs W. n :
such form that it is always properly : ..\\4 l1 \ I' benefit. It does not force results, but of Cameron, JIo.,writes:
Hal .t:300,000
assimilated nnl 1 taken into the system. south, from east to west the country is amounting to yearly.
SADIE E. KOCIT. corrects derangements of the menstrual "I suffered terntly at monthly pen .u
stoppages suppression juiuful or other rising as one man against Castro. I
It the nervous for thru would sometimes ,
"I suffered for months with organs.: strengthens yeirs. i
irregularity of the menses and sickly flows Gellt'ralIatoi., who likewise entities troubles peculiar to women which Cars Blown From Track. system, gives tone to the bodily functions seven months u-ih no flow at a. -N, w
cured the
and
are of corrected'his by regularUM : himself piesidenf, has p'r,lInat' gradually broke down my health and 1 j I {Corwith la., June 11.-A tornado acts directly on the genital I have my heath back again at, 3 lr)

superior emmeiMKOfOJe.Menstruation flows taken command of the resolution: anJ my very life I was nearly insane i struck an empty train on the toga organs, and is the finest tonic for women expecting to be confined ia Jan:>
or periodic necevkitate
i a breaking down of cells lining the I was on June 1 at Unca. .', leagues dj; with p.un at unit's and no human'' Ontral 3 miles west of here last night known to the science of medicine. cannot praise y.ur medicine tocuf

mucous rieiubr.nie and a n construction taut from Carupano mar>'hir.i; t ivvarl J skill I consulted 111 Milwaukee could and! 1,1tthrl'e cars from the track

after e'vtry hivkntss, which is n'lImp.1'1nil'l I: Caracas with an armyhiih! cone per brinx. me relief i while the tram was running CO miles A trillion BiiiTencave '
with "ritrltd ant loss of Mv at ,'n'' 'n was railed to IJiliaK. WINE of C AUD VI found r,
blood. Such ch.n:congestion fS are verv apt to produce II j i sons estimated at ;;,-"" men and oth IMnkhamS \"getable Compound : an hour. leaving the engine and two Wine of f u

chronic c.itirrh I.t-iu-orrhc-a orVhites j I I fcis at ..;;1111, ; tlc crt bottle broupr'at rei i' last coaches on the track. No oat .

\ is the result of these irritating div ,i Deadly Struggle Predicted. lief, and the !'.ee.'nd Ix.ttle an absolute was hurt - -

charj s, Regulator cun-s these troubles 'I cure. I could not believe it myself :
and ;restores to jrft-ct htilth the patient. To believe however that he will\! :and felt sure it v.aonly temporary[ j THE NEW GROCERY STORE.MILL .

who sr.rfm-d: the drbilitjtrm IOSMS.Buy I reach the capital and take possession but blosed fact I have now Intnetl No Indictment Against Beef Trust
Ii
of dm;,: .-ts. Ji <.JKT little. of the presidency without a deadly! for a year, enjoy the best o* health, I[ New Organs. June 11.-The United ---y-i----------=--==--=:=-=- o
and ca'na >t ia word express my srratitule. j
Our illu-tratfil: book mailed struggle would be an illusion General i, States ?rduJ Jury, who has been investigating
.. i Naevre'.y yours, S>AMK E.: trio;: 'II, !i ilillHh
Perfect Heath for Women. free'l'i t'astro is preparing to offer rentan .St., Milwaukee, \\'i.B-J5909forfe. the beef trust was toda;' MOVER

THE BRA3FIELD REGULATOR CO.. I and! hopes to bar the invasion either ir .//'ciiwe tettmonia n not genuins. I dismissed: : without day, no indictment

.. . I,!! the plains of Carabobo or in the valley Suoh un<|tionable testimonyproves : haMc been returned. This is und..ri Keeps a Complete First-ClassUp-to-Date Stock
-- : ,
; of the Tuy. the power of Lydia II. 1'inkj i
I I stood to mean that the government :has:

> of\white Pretty silk Illou.e.P1oi' lucked. all overamt This is not the only direction in diiei ham's e->Y of(' ;women t'tahh'l Compound over I I i'I i given up the task as hopeless The I I of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No .

trimmtt! with ecru l.tce insertion. which the president's political horizon ""umt>.should remember that' local packing house managers had rei
Is menaced. Coro. Valencia and Bar i I fused! : 30 W. Government St. Salisbury Block.
I to answer questions and 3\\' ,
Tbe fulm andb-<'\e .ijiaie of sky they are priilesred to consult
quisrueto are all more or less in the though .Ju,1: e Parlance, of the United
Mrs. Piiikham at Lynn, Mass., I I ? ; IKLEPHO.NK ttltt
power of the revolutionist At Core States district court decided that they
about their illness, entirely free. | I
Generals Pi era and Solagnl hare affected ------- must answer the witnesses had pre'parrs .. '

a junction and are absolute :,1 I to further resist! through th'ir i
I SHORT STORIES. iCu
a masters of the em irons. Revolutionary '
Ytie4' attorneys by taking out habeas corpus AND WOOD.
I troops enter the city of Valencia
The new Longueil bridge! over the St. proceedings. I
every night and as the town is nj !. _
t 1 Lawrence at Montreal will cost $t1,000,- WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE

i : longer lighted give themselves up to'': ()jQ. and a New York firm will build It. Wreck Record for Three Months. !
r ell! sorts of lepnsals. Even aGulr,. : THIS SIMMER THAN EVEK TEFCRE
: ,, The smallest! newspaper in the world Washington June 11.-During tip i
= the port of Caracas, is attack'! nisK, !
I =f-J h. !i i Is Ell 1 Telegrams: : of Guadalajara: : In three months ended Dec 31 lastwere theca I,
II ly by armed bands, who. on the night SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW.
II Mexio. It is four inches square and railroad collisions
I 1,131 and 877
of :May 27. killed! the military chi"
I ( Maiq'ietia: before contains four pages. I tlerailrnr nts in the United States in
;' his own door. AM: Thompson Olsen d- Co.
II Lloydreport an alarming Increase ini : which 274 persons were kil,1! and ,
this hard will
is fart and give a vagmidea ; >
the number of shipwrecks and accidents -I 2 os9 Accidents of
I i injured. all otherkinds
of th" sjrial! condition of Ven'
I I Manresa Street Telefhone 14 ;
during the present year compared i increased the total to 813 killed .

zuela All of then bands only await thi with the same period! in former and !(>.:::;.'> injured. The damage ',. I __'__'_ __ ___ _on ___ __ __ __ _____ ,__
I approach Matos1 army u their die
ItI trios tot hasten V) join him. years. I cars.engirs and roadway by th'-se ATnJt ESTABLISHED 1863.

tl I i Salt Lake City is aboct to lose one of nta amounted to J2.o7o.031.::! : ....,..,..,.

I Castro's: Arbitrary Act;. : its landmarks.!' The old schoolhouse
'I I McKENZIE OERTING
; i President Castro's political cond'lrt', where the children of Brigham; Young I Dragged to Doom by Train. & CODEALI&S .,

| leads to the belief that before his d were educated Is to be torn down to I
i Calf-ra. Ala.. June 11.-John Pil o IK- 0
7 make room for some modern structure.
I parture he will indulge in th" c nim't-- green one of the oldest! citizens 'It

tal of all sorts of extra arbitrary acts 1 The progress of the world is shown I Calera. was found dead and terribly Ship Chandlery and General Hardware

by the fact that the first consignmentof
I He has lately suppressed the newspapers mangled on the Louisville and Nash ,

Kl I Tiemjio and LaUnterna. arrested piugpong outfits has Just reached ville railroad about 5 o'clock! yest.-. 603 AND 605 S. PALACOX 8Tln: T.
, t Iceland. Now its maddening
croquet began -
I the manager! of ihs Hank )f day morning. Evidence of his having - --A.GENOY -
career about 14Ot) and did not
Caracas. Mr. Castillo, imposed on thewidow reach Iceland until IsbO, Just twenty been dragged; by the train for nearly REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINQ'S ROKH! CO'S

I of the late Guzman Blanco: a a mile was very plain, portions of his I i GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RDB8EL BON'S PUMP

. I forced war contribution of one million! : years later. I body and clothing being found where.
A FRENCH NOT CIV. and has arrested the president of con i I A huge: air cushion eighty-three feet the train first struck him. 'Cum Scrdigi Mils. Sits, lutictl lustriiiits, Carts luliri, Uiln

blue pnnno trimmed with the In'.l'l'tion in height and made of steel is a new 'I COMPASSES. LOGS ETO
gress. General Tosta Garcia and tae i
and UnMii'd with J1'1,1i'11I| | II; knots safety device being installed for the iI ; C. McKenzie
president of the Societe Francatse.: I Salaries of Cuban Solons. Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent: Aao
made of the velvet and iuseitiou. The elevator in the tower of the city hall in I ciation.I .
DeVidale Rigo. I
a highly resp ted man 1 j
b'oube fastens invisibly on one side. Philadelphia. It will sustain enormous i Havana June 11-President Palma'!
on very slight suspicion Such is the I I
pressure and instead of resting on a | has signed the bill fixing the salaries
in which he treats his ;;UpMiHfpnpmlt's.
way < foundation, is hung from the tower i i of members of the Cuban senate and
Leads Them All He has also caused his faith The Star
I walls. Laundry
at :
house of representatives $1.600 ayear.
tul oJl: <-E'r. General Davila. the van ,
"One Minute Cough Cure beats all M. C. E. Benton told the Society of ,
quisher of FJ.Mocho.: to be arrested after ,
other medicine I ever tried for I Engineers in Boston the other day that : ,

coughs, cold-", croup anti throat and I a very violent scene at the pald.-e more persons ride In the elevators in TEN--YEARS-- -IN BED.- I Biggest Busiest Best !

of Mlrartores, during which Davilo! reproached ,
lung trouble*," says D, Scott\ Ourrin :, him with his iniratitll.lp; The I New York buildings: every day than I R. A. Gray, J. P., Oikville, Ind. I II

of Lo, anton, Pa. One Minute Cough | are carried in the same time on the writes: : "For ten years I wa confined I
relation of these farts
will ,
prove the electric and elevated railroads of the to my bed with disease of the I

Cure H the only which absolutely safe; nature of the atmosphere in which! : city. Some office elevators, he said, car- kidneys. 'It was ?r> severe that I
cou.'h remedy acts immedi ,, ,
att'ly.I"thl'f everywhere testify Venezuelans and foreigners/ residentIn ry IJ/M) passengers daily. could not move part of the time. I We Gather Up ThIns lr"Adr \ !
| Venezuela consulted the bet medical
to the good it has done their little | are obliged; to li\e Cverjbody : I very I

*. sudden 'i is expecting the imposition! i skill available, but could get no relief -
one Croup i* *o ; in its attacks -
OVER THE OCEAN I until Foley's Kiiney Cure From all '
was of the
parts
that the doctor often arrive3too a forced war contribution Business i r ,
recommended to me. Ithabpna: i
late. It yields at OUCH to One i I paralyzed and the banks are with ieit : '
Our will ,. ,
Godsend delivery
The Ladies' club at Vienna has preyed to me. W. A. D'Alein- men
Minute Con::h Cure. Pleasant to' The Bank of Caracas
speclp.
the cap a failure, although it had Sir members -, berte, 121 South Palafox. yak '!
take. Children like it. Hur
cure where, at ,, '
of time that
Itil: which !is f.noci.ooo) bolivars (la any uij
for rip.: br.Jldlitisnghs. Hanris' ;, and is about to be closed.
bolivar IB equivalent to about 21 !I I Know One fare tcemedyfurasobsthatecull .4
Pharmacy' John Hieppird. riiduev i i I' Table wines are grown in southern j Write or telephone us and w
Kitin. .flits) has only 125.i"W bolivars! in its ) In name Id I'wrlV.&IMIDo
Russia on a large scale! and a bottle of -- '
-- --- -- coffers that is ,", deavor to serve Letter : .
about '
to |i
; say : .0rtrt. |i I'Ii you
i good quality: costs only atw>ut :25: ; cents. BANNER SALVE ,
Whatever may be the result of the
I I :i ,
Iron finder posts tearing: the names other Laundry can.
,
ORCHARD AND GARDEN. revolution! General Castro said to one ,, the most healing salva th9 world
1 1Ht'mo"t' ,
of be
ail four thoroughfares; : are now --- -- --- ----
of his intimate friends a few dijs .
1115:::: erected at the street corners In I'.ertin.
a tree with as little mutilation II| ago; : i, Marston $ Quina are sole ALL WORK C. 0. D. Cocls CallEd i [for and Dflmfto [ :::

of the roots as possible.! "I shall show them that I neither
am ;i In 1S4:; there wre no female and agents for the celebrated
Pruning;; in evost: or too often is !'j! Anue/a nor Andrade. whom they sect ; '. TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST
I I child laborers in the marble industry Odorless refrigerators
akening;; aId may cause death. to laGuira in a basket If I leave : ,
'if Trance. Today: they constitute :21:! WALKER
Cod ot tree fruits eau often i : absolutely guaranteed or INGRAHAM
crop |i my palace Miraflores it will be feet per cent of the force. Manager.
bt grown on baud too rough! t>> culti- : foremost." refunded.There's
On :Mount Snow-dun a bonfire is to be I Iiuhud money .
"lltl'. I
IViirs f.ourlsh letter if in proximity .' Will Make Terminal l Changes rn coronation eve tint will given lots of money to be made Ii I I II Medical ,
'i|
AttentionThere
a clear nuLt.I be seen from England: ,, tn real e"tate-lC'ts of it. A real Society
to stone, Tlit'tlr.iw moth utoistueand Chattanooga. June 11.-It officially es- '
is
Soo''iid.: Ireland.Vales and the Isle I I tate sign is usually a finzer-board to KIDNEY DISEASES will be a regular meets!:.< "
richness (Will slime. announced that the
Cincinnati fir y.nn. i i I wealth. Thos. C. Watson & I. the Pensacola Medical Society Ii:

mall stalls ,mud!: not be ro\'rl'd'!|i S.>utht'rn railroad has decided to make The Spanish government is orp.iniz:; ,I Co., the leading Real Estate firm the Board of Health office 3: *

l,H-ily.! The; rule is to corer about four terminal changes and Improvements It'it' j I I have some offers which it would o'clock p.m. Tuesday. June a
in,; a labor department, winch will a.! ire tit meat fatAl of allCURE dl .
times the diameter of the stt-d, luuug I i In this city at once, to cost probably: :,I be worth your while to consider. Go Visiting physicians are cord..1. .

the soil in goad tilth. j! Jioo.ooft, The new switch yards will ministers oti iin'.ustna! matters and see them todaand- don't wait tits: invited to attend.
five women will have places! la the
till
A good top dressing of uuleached |I occupy 12 acres of land lying for :2 to-morrow. DR. E. F. BK E
new body.Permission .
.
ashes !is .".|Hfiallyaluable fur onions, miles along the line of the road in the tlDIET in Prest.- :
has length been FOLEY'tt DR. W. C. DEWBERY
at givenby ,, ,
if Lot applied t,H) thick. T hoy KhuuM i eastern section of the city. The plans the Unman authorities for women Foiey's Kidney Cure IlIfn'N! BIIdJ'r'1 i n25ttf Secretary

\\H.rkt'lllnto the surface.In I I are now being drawn. makes kidccys and bladder "
I to attend political meetings.; They must right.O 1!
nearly all cases all Miull: heeds do
: sit: in special places. however: and A. S T O :H I JX. or moat" refunded.reoxedlea CCntalna Marston 4' Quina carni
hotter for
tuning the earth ,
; presstddown Nicaragua Craters Smoking. make no speeches. '.u.lh. its Kal Yrt Hate A'A11s fist! the largest line matting,
them as they into recofnlwd bv &mJ. of
upon are put !Managua; Nicaragua, May 23.-Correspondence 1 : j
The Prussian! statistical office reports Signature 1
the giouud unless the soil is wet lI" rugs window shades etc..
Dent the ,
physicians best for
of the Associated Press.- : that there exist under the workmen's ,, of .(I u ,

enough to [>&Le. I Dark. high! ugly looking clouds of "a' iu-oir.tue act 9.')llj sick clubs, with Kidne, and Bladder troublu.PRICI in the cityWe lay our
1
por and gases have within the lost: few 47714: niembTs of whom 844.217 ,for Do little ycu want a magnificent? If call watch Mb ... .It\ matting free.ADMINISTRATOR'S.

WARNING.If day beea arising from the cratered are b 11IIt.S. Sol that 137: per l.i ,)) of the money so, on _
( Stephens"" the jeweler. He will accommodate W. A. D'ALEMBERIE.Laurjels.
you have kidney or bladder cones mown as Momotombo and Santa p'Jl'uauou: belong to these clubs. you.GH.SD NOTICE.

trouble and do not use Fol y'. Kid- f'ra oo gee large mountainous Ready to Yield. Estate of L. M. Klmborly,deceate-i

ii-y Cure, you will have only your- I ranja of Tolcaafe ejecta Notice U hereby !given that on th.
west Lake
I
o "I F.XCVUSIONTo day of July, A. D.ltrl: I -
.. used DeWitt's Witch Hazel will apply to
,
:If to blame for results, 8i it .
posiuvly Managua, causi $ an t;easy feeling Honorable t'rohatJudole of E.car.county *
cures all form of kidney and Salve for piles and found it a certain Horlda.f oa discharge! from
among many of the people in the :
bUdder di eaes. W. A. D'Aleiu- cent towns. adj cure" says 8. R. Meredith Willow Again I adminlttratloa of aid WILLIAM estate. Pi'li/a'

berte, 121 y. Palafox. Grove Del. .'
,
Operations unnecessaryto 1h ja: oarn m Admlautraf

---- -- I core piles. They always yield to ..... ... doe I

The man who owns his own home De Witts Witch Hazel salve. Cures' ",.,. .GtMcf. .I I

insures himself against lots of WAS WASTING AWAY. i'skin diseases all kinds of wounds. LODGE DIRECTORY

trouble and worry. Nobody can I The following letter from Robert Accept no counterfeits. Hargis' Iw.

raise his rent, and the rent day has R. WatU of !Salem, Mo., is instructive Pharmacy, John Sheppard, Sidney Mobile, Saturday fght-; June 14, ,, IIARPER -

no terrors for him. It's ay to owna : : -I have been troubled with Kahn. leaving: the union' depot "at 10:30 p. KENTUCKY KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.

home now-a-days, Thos. C. [ kidney disease; for the last: five m. Returning train will leave Mobile I -

Watson &. Co. can tell you howea.av years. I lost flesh and never felt Water coolers that do not at 12 o'clock Sunday night, WHISKEY Penaacola Lodge, No. 3, K. of P.,
it i*. Call and see them. well and doctored with June i
15. Fare
t leading physicians waste ice, at the Willis \i I for the round trip meets n w
every Honda
and tried all remedie suggested !'[ 1.50; from Cantonment and Century I. lug at9:
Seasonable householdand without relief. Finally I Hardware Co.'s.The {I same as Pensacola. For further in- I.I I: .....-s1661 In the Blount Watson
tried Foley's Kidney Cure and less : i orml tI on apply to I r.r. \ )SandlDI, thIrd floor.

kitchen utensils at the i! than two bottles completely cured finest line of umbrellas in the I I I ROBT. Kiyr: or tUa ''le9shI Vliitlng weloomed.brethren eordlalif

j, me and I am now sound and well." i city i is at J. I. Stephens'. Go look j I PETER THOMAS, M.CA..'BILL,

Willis Hardware Co.'s. i iV.. A. D'Aletnberte, 121 td, Palafox.: \, | at then. j I l Excursion Managers i -SaIl u DamliEissEp Bros.- I 'c H. ERgLIR.K. B. 8. C. 0.





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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA THURSDAY JUNE 12. ,1902.hv I ,

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I I r LU1CALANNOUCEIE11S FOR THE Summer HOUSEWIFE Cartalni. !II I Druggist CATARRHfor MOUNTAIN. FEUD BREAKS OUT.


Man Is Shot About Trouble i
FLY'S Datirg
The furnifclilug of tLe windows is of 10 CENT 1

A ten a task of troublesome character, TRIAL SIZE.Ely's I eo T [ ELM tOtD Back Two Years. i
'f!
Sewanee
Term., June A
-
mouc-
especially; to the housekeeper wLo "
!
cannot tarn ,.I
Creai lEnd
Ball broke out yesterday
i' morn -
For State Senator. have the advantages of city shop- j GIvM Rtlitf it Oif*,*' ing. W. A. McCoy shot and seriou.- .11 I
Hon. W. A. Blount ping. In the season's ,. f'.J
fr .udIf showing of cur | It cleanse. soothes ly wounded R. P. Armstead S e ,
him as a candidateSruator Uiin and heals the diseased a gar .j 1. '
ce fabrics
.* : ut nothing presents more attraction 1 membrane. dener. I ;1j
from this, the Beeit '1<;,
._t'. for in curt catarrh and
use summer; homes or i The
';: al District and respect. drives away a cold ,, trouble dates back two year, '
I a4 r support of all Demo-I cottages tLan the white or white and' In tbe head quictly.t j' yo jiCwI when neighbors fell out about a line for infants and Children. j

:?r t. at the coming primary.For I cream madras, a thin scrimlike matfrl-1 I It absorbed. Heals fence. Last fall McCoy attempted tomove .
; I.
:; the '
al having EfmiSSr1' COLD 'N HEAD Castoria i* a harmless substitute for Castor OU Paregoric : j
a closely strewed the fence
and .
Mrs.
pattern.over Armstead '
Restores the put Drops and It is Pleasant. It ; "'
Senses: ot 1 alte ana Smell. Soothing Syrups.
RepreienUtive.)1. Loftin take It that is done in fluffy surface; } all BizeSdc.; Trial Sue lOc; at Druggists, four rifle bullets through McCoy's hat contains neither Opium Morphine nor other NanoticMibstanee. : 1\ ::11"

'-;.frn-uJ> oi Scott: him much like the snowflake materials. It I I or by mail. ELY Yesterday morning Armstead met It destroys Worms and allays Feveri&hness. 'i i,1!
f announcing as a BROTHERS.
"mea.i- Representative in the : may bo had in cotton at a "mere song"and ; M Warren Street. New York. McCoy near the Otey Memorial church It cures Diurrhu-a and Wind Colie. It relieves Teething I':'
'1-:didite fllr I and cursed him. home Troubles! and cures Constipation. It regulates the l' IttHma'h
McCoy went
E-cambia by the
from county, yard, a boon to housekeep i
; .m.ure .
: and and natural
Bowels giving healthy bleep. ;
I ,
lIt'ire the support of all' ers, since curtains top a'ud and got his shotgun and going to a
be
made "at bottom
1 II)e5 may of any : plinth are wide The Children's Panacea-The Mother's ill
i ::1t. IU the coming/; prImary. I desired builder's I place by which Armstead would pass
Bra or necessary length. They are '1 i molding and should be cut
I just to the laid In wait for him. When Armsteaj The Kind You Have DBoughl i II'
Reoresentttive. best shirretl or the window poles, !i occupy angle. The ends Always i
For where came up McCoy emptied both barrelsin
they
come against the wall will
d of Henry C. Clopton :r whether tuene be of wood or brass.
:
'I ? Armstead's Bears the of
'. I hate to be beveled or cut like the miter back. Signature : !
\\t u mtttn' as a candidate fort Two sets of curtains at each window 1' '
.. the Legislature of a frame so they fit close to the wall, Armstead was Immediately taken to .J .J

;: '.'E, i, mbii In county, and request I are to be now followed.almost obligatory if fashion is which they would not do if we cut the the University infirmary, where he re, :. I ; I''.
The .
set nest the window ceived I
molding off immediate
:., Malt democrat in the square. The cornice and attentJon. McCoy '

.t.plIf.. ::ncratic primary. I may cou.s-t! of two narrow panels plinth will keep the uprights in position has not been arrested yet. ,I If

of net lace patterned or ruffled or of I when we come to nail these to the It is feared that there will be fur. !

For Representative. I full curtains lapped the full width : walL ther trouble when Armstead leaves the, # ". ,

M Jol Chas. )1. Coston ana I across the pole and looped back about i I II hospital. In Use For Over 30 Years. i'TOU" i- ..

a candidate for rep- I five inches below the middle of the iI | Qnalnt Dutch D "CD.. .Nt COM..... ., NU11.at.Tpfrt NU.t M CtTY. .

4i.> in the and legislature ask from the I window on each side. The full Inside' i] There is always room in the house ATROCIOUS: CRIME IN TENNESSEE __ ._ ,,_ .- i 4 :itS
,u 'uuiy they for one more cushion. If the additional I '
i -
curtains be
democrat in the com- may hung straight or loop- !
(: ed at line of the sill.: There are endless 'II sofa pillow Is to reflect the latest Two Men Foully Assaulted In Hancock REMOVAL NOTICE. 'I : 1
fad In cushion fashions made fM
I will be 16.COO
varieties of soft shaded Indian and oriental County-Arrests Made.
-- of one of the Dutch prints which Awarded at Paris
Frr County Treasurer. weaves of curtain gauze which come j Kmmille. June 11.-A special to Ii
also in quaint subjects in odd flat color ef / Dr. Q. H. Tuttle,
are designed; for summer curtains | The Sentinel from Sneedville says an
i-.i Frank E. Brawner fects. The prints are sometimes In
I and which may be used! advantageously | atrocious assassination occurred in the Dr. J. G. Heard''[
juc him a* a c indidate one color-delft blue or green for In- :
I''ea-urer of cambia : I lu rouuiftion with the cream or two | mountain section of Hancock county guiNAlAROCHEWINE
stance-or in several colors. There
.. toned madras.-llari" rs Hazar.V are H 1 I
t to the action of the [ Mother Goose subjects, but a landscape j Saturday night when shots were DENTISTS. ,

nmarie* July 15, and I heard and the dead men were not j I
: with solemn \
.. visaged boy and Iltiome 7 and II, s1a'oric Trample I
*.
u) -upportnf the vot r Corner j found until Sunday covered with mud i j
I
Cuplmard. |!i girl in the characteristic costume of : CORDIAL 11All 11\ .
and
branches of surgical.' Operative
For County Treasurer. I A ocrncr cupboard has the advantage the land of dikes and windmills) i and water, rain having !allD.Grant Highest recommendations for cure of Poorness Mt'l'banu'"IIJt'ntl IIt'rrorllJ..dltb teiMiliiCHl I

my-elf :a candidate for i of lit-inj useful" and -ff"-cti\e and at the from the white cap and apron of the j Seal and John Davis had been of bih's Hood, Increases Slomich, the troubles ippetllc and, Urcnithcos Generil De- skill J

ror same: time i-scotdlngly; economical in girl to the sabots of the boy printed' In shot down on a public highway. Davis the nenes and builds up the entire lysicm.tl Special attention plv:! ..n to rinldrt-n's 'I !I
Eecambi'tcnunf'
'ur.-mf I the matter of space it occupies. delft blue, is deliciously Dutch. These it is said was a kinsman of Clinton rue Drount T".th.tioltl and Bridge Work.t'orcrlam Klllinib Crown I; II .

.
.S action of the deino- If we can utilize She walls for the i[I prints may be made up into attractive Lcgear, with whose killing Go\ernor PARIS I'
I Iest Material; Competrnt Equlpmeat.: | !
.\' : two sides of the cupboard, we save a summer cushions or they may be usedas and Drury Lawson are ctarged. It is I K. rouirvra A t'n.
J. \\ FRATEIl. lot of trouble and this I table A.raa..1.. I Telephone No. iTS.; .
: therefore propose ;, ners. said Davis and Seal would have been

doing. If the room is a low one I What are known as tbe India prints Important witnesses against the Law-
I
For Tax Assessor. ; such; asH find in old fashioned country I'1 in oriental designs in dark blue and j sons. The Killing/; occurred near the I:

iiiuoiiucr. : myself a* aelection liou-e<>. then the cupboard could extend white make very effective sofa pillows. home of the father of the Lawson
: r. a's Tax A;;- I
I
-i' tmbu county, subject from floor to ceiling, hut if the Perry Myers has been arrested and 'AKTAt-MM. WING HOP & GO.
is with NOTES OF NOTABLES. :
ni. the democratic pri- room one high ceiling then the oth"r arrests may follow. The coroI -

:, cupboard might; lie from o feet *i inches -- I Her is imettigating. These tiny Capsules: sre superior\*
J
W. W. HHH.\IUlS. to 0 feet from floor to top. The front ] Victor Cii.uu'.niu'l. 1.1114 of Italy has I to( Balsam of Copaiba,

I should; be from thirty to thirty-six Inch. a fad for wui.Uering [iiiricn.to auuug:: I Fair Not To Open on Sunday. ] Crbeb and Injections 81 -lro'lm..d Dealers In- t "

For Tax Collector. es wide. Two flat pieces of wood some' ]: Lis l'I"'I't'! St. j They cure in 48 Lours the Chinese and JapaneseFancy
I Louis, June 11 -President! Dav .1 :.
.tuuouuce myself a? a : three inches wide aDd about three- !i I lr. John Clifford. the fatuous Eng i came ds!*as"i -wiUiditr.'C nyinCln--[
Francis has been authon/i-d the
:1., : : re-election as Tax Col- : quarters of an inch thick should lie got i bah clergyman began as a worker! in a by II tO 0 RT K I nftUGGlSTS Goods, 11
t. nubia subject exposition directors to sign a contra
: : -> county
''aee factory ut the of eleien.
of the
out the length height; of the cup age
.if ::democratic pri- i I with Leslie M. Shaw, secretary of she FIN CHINA TEAS, ,j
board. These pieces could be chamfer- She) bourneV.. Kurnham. the noted
i ( i treasury, in which the world's fa.r ;
I 31 South Palafox St.
'd the of astnitiuuier of the University ot CLivJ-
II. D'AkKMKKKTE. ( at edges or a couple gmnestaken
\
'I out with a plane to add to the go, began life as a stenographer.M. management; pledges Itself not to O,. EYery Woman Laundry Office. Pensacola, Fla. H
erate the fair
on Sunday at time
For Tax Collector. I appearanco[ or they can be left Just Santos-Dumunt revels in needlework any V', j'. la liitereALeil&ntt itiouM know
.' 1 iHenry; Bellinger; ani I flat. devoting much of his leisure This action was taken as the result iti41V I .fI'r tlu utthewuudrrrulc NOT1CK,

i candidate for Tax Now. if we pet out two further strips hours to embroidery and tapestry mak- of a letter from Secretary Shaw r"- t'-a; i [ll TLe MARVEL new la.lulNrl.t.a)Whirling Spray IK I have been authorized to take

.K-, .imbia countub- I about same width but half an Iud ing. questing the commissioners to comply t tiu*ami durtn>n. ItrttestMoM subscriptions for \Vm. Jennings d

: ritic and primary, to the be thick to go at right angles to the upI Catholina Lambert, the Patcrson silk I with the section in the fed< ri.l 7,u Itlkuw.CHI l.w.llg.a Bryan's paper, "The Commoner.The .

j request; manufacturer has one of the tine.-t i I act appropriating $:'.OiOtl OilO. whi-n /. ,..,.....I.t foe ll.1f : price la $1.00 per year in ad
; 1 nit*. ..
1 states that a condition of the paymentof b .."m.Unl'.I' 11.8M' vance. Those desiring; the paper
--- I .
-- collections of paintings in -:1., c private r
( can have it sent to them by pending
: :
this amount that the othrr.bnt.rrdatdngfirft.
For Mfuer School Board. was companyexecute *
America. 1 1".a..I..1 Ioo"t-.I04 It Rlv.. fI. f 1.00 to the undersigned. vH

T ; I J'1.. Agertuulieretuu Edward L. Adams of Elmira who a ('ontract'Tutt's I full lu(.>.l.ltr rtliularftT I !0I .I'hr..,1,<1\1'0 111n114(11.,InI .... r M. Rocn E. I"f fI
.
.. .
::: i- .didacy for the has just been appointed consul ;general[ I I Room :if.c Times Bldi..1' ew York Care Daily News ( '
nuunuii :/- a member of the ,
to Stockholm began: his career as reporter I
JAMicm; di-trict No. :3, ... r
on a Rochester paper.J. .

."I'I. l\1I democratic):.!. primary .1. Anderson of Brooklyn whose PillsThis I THE GARDEN SECTION
I
..,. history books have been studied iu 1
Member Board Public Instruction. : many schools, is ninety years old and o-or o

'lends of Hon. EhijalVard \ remembers Aaron Burr Lafayette and

'e ction his name member ai a candidate uf the John Quincy \\lams. effectually popular cure remedy never fails to IFensEioola,= :Florida,. i
; as
.... The kaiser' has decreed that hereafterno _
,I Public Instruction fromNo Dyspepsia Constipation Sick
iI statue of his grandfather shall:! lJel'I'l'l't..lln ,
Near East Hill Electric
:3 of EscaDlbiaeouuty, ': HH Headache BiliousnessAnd Railway Terminus.
11 unless it !bears
tie action of the demottiiarie !.l' # clr Germany un I"
July \'. >r n inscription alludinc to the original as ALL DISEASES arising from a

Iltj ................... "William the Great. Torpid Liver and Bad DigestionThe Beautiful Lots for Sale.

tor County Commissioner. : : :: of '
: Cat heart Watson member parliament natural result is !
good appetite
.dof- J. W. Brewton oft I .' : ,:.::':::::::::: from the Orkney and Shetland islands and solid flesh. Dose small; elegant 40x137 feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord- : "

., announce him as ai I .:::;. ly coaled and to swallow.
is an expert at knitting stock- sugar easy
'1 re-election from said !::: Fake No Substitute. ing to location and surroundings.
while Ins -
i ings and used! to away spare
ct to the action of the ,

u. 15.t ;: time .in this way in the house smokingroom. : Exceptionally Good Neighborhood; Beautiful View, ; .

STEAMSHIP8.X High Dry Fertile Lands.
Bounty Commissioner. Professor AI'x:1nd"rg3!:siz. who I ,
'I -- -- --- -- ----- -
:I J .nnounce my-elf as a Ii IiII has just returned from studying the .
1'lIlIutcummi."iuller, !I "II ,'\ coral structure of the Slaldhe islands KJ' * *K I j: The grandest opportunity for investment ever ::1

y -ubjtct to the action I"I\Ii says he learned more about the subject SAN OCEAN TRIP '| cffered in Pensacola. !

1 demoJuly i \ during the few months'isit than -- -- -- I

.. in the whole fifteen years he had previously : < Home Seekers Should See These Lots.A. :
! \ ,) .I I studied; the subjectThe ;' To NEW YORK, BOSTON I

.l A1SD ALL Jf j jl -
,r \ tonv Commissioner. I : \ I' celebrated M. Arton. who was
EASTERN RESORTS V.ClubbsI
.. liiison hereby an- one of the central figures in the great I Il ,w

.. =- Panama: scandal and who. it w ill: be remembered tl
t* a candidate for -- Via t I

i- iiity eotmim-ioner was arrested Loudon and The \1@V t tt Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. I i

.' cambia county, extradited'! at the request of the French '

\s ,it i of the democratic D wC government is now u rich man. Last t OCEAN:" STEAMSHIP COMPANY: J ,
V. 0. HRt.: T" WM. H KNOWL,8. W. K. HYJCB. JR., J. S.
nug primaries. He year he made between $:L'00.0( X)> and .I; L'lK..\ !' M IRIOK m I< K l'i KEEBE.
3t\1 Hours of Ocean Breezes President. Vice-President. Cashier. Aei't Cashier I
.Ie rea-on that he $::iU.OOO by speculating: oa the bourse. 5O
Iud think! he can I p D. n Sailings each WeeK J I 1

: lit- best interest of }
.. flirt and Sharacter.All from Savannah. Ga.Iew :
:iiy. If hi* friends First National Bank
ork diet) tends In-
exclusively l J
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:re-ted agree withH'preciate ,; ",pm".I'I" of tI" 1''I'uhr T.Irp. iei" n ,
their MACE SAVER. i, ti hilly to prvMini-ni. Bi-e(. if pers1veivd 11. .;':,raol.el-I.n.I" -.rvn'1... 11"UII"tr'I-. : -. "er \I .
tipi ... .
1 h : 111 h 'atr t ,
II .1. "I f
the uprights in fur a=months makes a man .:. einl.n..it. 'ro,,,firaprtiJ. ., ,.. "II.." 1"11,1'a !i.J a I
rights (see ground plan; ". ,.. \I
-- .1 rayi' tti- "i.al.t.I. and I" ar-.t
arc A and the side pieces B, we Lave strong energetic: and audacious. A I ,..Nrl. M t ,.r r..N cal.e. f OF PENSACOLA. FLA.DIRZ7aTOR1 .
r i uunty Commissioner. mutton diet continued! for any length .- .. J
the main structural details of our cupboard. I pans 1115.0" a.YC all'' I
..' J. B. Roberts an- The use of the side pieces B I is of tune kill I.; to nielaii'-holia. while m.rr. ['c. .'.LY foa \I :: !!'
R. kvh.rl..IRtl.r tr E.-.l. I t. I
t- a candldate'forre1)11 -,, '; veal eaters gradually !lose energy andgayety. I. ....... f S
Tirkrl .1. I's.'u :
to fill out the narrow angles made by y1'.shit. Ici-w .,. WM. H. KXOWLES. W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BREN1 V. K. HYER. JB
Hjll.r M.lil.l.r.M.I JirlII..H
commissioner '::0'
nty : The flee u-e of eggs: and milk f
-abject to the action I I the front pieces A and the wall. 11 :', ten-Is to make women healthy and \i-i ; >I"f'f"f ";n D. O. BRENT, ; i

iic primarie< July !'IUHlltlllt' glued to .\. rid screws might I!:

,v.that the material his In put through .\ at t..tud:Tuxiorrice bottom at'to',' derits vacidtK. n"l'rs latter I phlegmatic HSIH! in excess:and! lazy.rein GKNKUAIi Kii.NCH: SCHKDtLK r nl td mnU cl AU Bn h At ad d '5

a t'py'i county ask demand the support :lf ld to the j-trt-ni-tli; I i i i Apples ynecellnit for brain workor Following i it' -the schedule of the i 1 c Z I g S c c'We I lL -i S -i

who has much in
"' :\111 sreiiring it. ': -, :and! ers'rybody
Cures Eczema ard hchinq Humor tolU'i-tnai!: work to do shoulJ tat them 1 government steamer General French I

r >r I.OUII!) Commissioner. Through the Blood-Costs Nothing f't.\! l'nlA.e on the contrary rendtr -'which THE NEWS print for the i draw oar own Bills of Exchange on treat Britain Ireland

my-elf a candidate: for to Try It. <'nt t\\\\( :\ Invidious and lazy when benefit of the merchant* who "hipi; Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium, RussIa, Dm

N ..iii.ty cuimni-iiotier for j I I B. B. H I iKotanic Blood! Balm) i i.* ,, eaten constantly: and in excess. To their good* to the various army way, Sweden, Denmark and other European countries .

it primary to be held now rf-cosrnizpil a* a certain: and !sure j|i presentthe memory even to au ndvanre.l pots: t'Vessels

it a-k for the support of onr for Eczema, Itchin Skin Hu- i inors 1 niithicg i Is better than Disbursed upon the Moat Favorable Terms, and then t ? :

!'eab=, ...cal.-. \:1tpry BIi;. III IIstartl.a-r e..(':;dui. Chronicle.Tb Leaves 1.\.-' Karrancns tVnsncol_ ...... .. .. .__.......... 7ua 7::'Mia. m.in. Obligations Taken Payable at Port of estiratloit Ten or Fifteen Darr

LKK: I) \:'\I ELL. terPiulptes, Aching Hanes or Leaves fickcns _.... ... .... ... "-.'"1 a. ni.Leavfi ., after Vassal Arrives there.j:
J"lilt". Boil-, Carbuncles, Prickling r.arrHiicat: u .. ... "-:15 a. n1.Lraves .
r County Commissioner. Pain III the Skin, Old Eating Sore*. .- -tit Treasures fYhat iurope. Prn'acola.. .... no. 111:1: .', u. m.Arrives IVSafety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection ;1 R
I!dl"UI' ;t' myself uj a "\ dd: 1 Kke; ltl'-t in Prance?" Hurrancas 11M a in. and then
Balm
:
: -'election as county (TI".'r*. etc. Botanic Blood makes a trip to Fort McKee and bra return with which we have a Priva Apartment for the U.. : 1
'Alt" n internally, cures the wortand.It -lie rl"It'all'l)1) l'ariof coiir- to Carrancas.I.eat i '1
"' district 2! of K;. : of Renter -
irom '" Hiirrnncsj 1.15 p. m. :
.. .. deep-eated cases by enriching. But I'll tell: you \ 'llt'l'en> had tumult ..
i.aI'lekena
: : subject to the action 1.2Sp. m.
15 ,'iinf inn: and vitalizing the blond. f':i.': and so -heap toWe went I...,,\,.. Pt-n-sooltt .. 4..m p.m. i i;
.ttic primaries July ,
I I cO'-rnhv giving( fl healthy bloodup Phil waiitwi to see the Joan Leaves Pickrns .fly p. m.
f. !': IMS.
.ppoit JOHN of U.the\\'EI"U.voters. I I ply to the! -kin. Botanic Blood cured Balm for of .\I" -tatue. which is considered'> trip Arrive to McKee, hurrancns and return.5:3) p. ni. and makes WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! h'

ii the only cur'to stay :
I L: (\ It :stands in front of 'In appallingly "
; trouble-. 1 Oa 'efjne-cLtrsatidyaturday: the
these awful, annoying skin
r ir .county Commissioner. I:, Other remedies may relieve but HI ancient inn where her parents si.ij-, boat wil i l leap* Barranca via Pick- e = "Wnt< mnNrat-t.ataithn.today for oar hkMin s
d- W. here- READTIIELETII.R8
oi A. Shelby
; B. B. actually cure, heal* every ed. I "lit'"Whilt \'('. ens for Peiis cola at 6:30 p. m. ,1 anxtpeerrtattcanntal1r....,i trun.ar prtmnand ; ii
;' tii* candidacy reeouuty I mnii wt KITS fur Ins\ be nwl that
;sore and gives the rich glow of > Phil was studjinc Joan and I our"oat>.. w.-I'IY.I..r/. ron..alinp: vita atoo"I JOBml
1- coimnis-Ioner The General French i is for .
I 1 Charie! and Silly army p-hMnr Of ><>( r.t'.p out! I ly re utle "".....
the skin. B. B. B. build expression t
"1:.t X. :3 of Kcambia I t health to up I II tier rapt purpo* only and any outsider must I I 1 or l- nir of Fn'tane thrifthmrrot

'e: t-> the action of the I i the broken-down body and make and I went to \i-it the wine cellars of have a pas from the quartermaster e'ISrof It..lulr.l.rlm.rld.m.amamthemarkrl.. I'&mps. It.reins i
i
;'IS lillarieS July 15, and I I the blood red and nourishing. Over I''m"ft.y-tlll' call them '(:1 n'*.' mj o take passage: 0 1 her. I|I .tlat..artl'JCI..r.Iam.ar.tl.dwsrl 1"4UI1:01Il1101'nl.. kn.vni, \:'_.. "' .,'. I'ud, C&lc I IT I

f t.: nearty support of allrijrued ', 30UO voluntary testimonials of cure dear-and what do you think: They i U..d Wbo..aSOD'yM' t. by Botanic Blood Bim! I iB. B. B.) ---- dGb ct we Kire a 6',1'1.-.... **t-nut a
rave::: u< each a bottle of champagne for I toy urtt'Owwii a '-tll'' !, ....<"'M 11..<1 A IrK
: Druirists, $1. Trial: treatment free ', 11
Itra.wtfillin.haanayuv.Utn-
g
It is the cu-toiu. Phil lot .
[I and prepaid by writing Blood B.ilm: nulling; : in Joan and her status STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE I I .m Terr mnch p>...1i.,".'.a-t. nl.h'" -.1 .1."n... 3C IIM II-
Ga. Describe trouble. .i all interest t.iw, '" : lcr *tu .. .
)\lJwl.'taty. Co.. Atlanta i -6. ''' !& n : and free medical advice given, until when we told him of it aterward.New ."- I : l.fl.f BKSAWSi lurks Irar. irwarr.Jif. 31.1.1001, B
IVncacola and \lilrun-BII8t __ '. .
"" takes this method I Bel!ween .aY' E. < vtasrealtna tnwrta.L !fuI < pra l(
'', cured. York CUlllll t'rclal.\dr.l'ti"er. nrt'.nf: to-Hr.\ )\1' ntumrr. it a:. firrM w" al jw w tr l i '.1.- m+v m l
.': :.er -ervices as a' Kurt Daily I Except Sunday wei rnnl.r l ire :.me. W ..vent..m. Wetnwtjrf Nun>.>m>;ri ,. ..it f W|VI y
hav- I web reuiinti WfhffoV .., d>i i"t': T.>rrrr W e ll'iw ti,a IS dart'' HUM in wt. tin > lfi} ]< .
''" 'K-eu-ed midwife, and scissors bronchial troubles and > f.. daJ". 1.", mire drag p net ..'t*. ti. to.1.. 'Yer the iinrvlt and n i T"tir V J ymiDdo..B. .
I >5 year experience i iI i Pocket cutlery Chronic "CITY OF TAMPA. Mr. AoNEa lUrCULXGi.' mow jU-f&r-wymgu.: b."r .f. XSafiX I fd i

I t b-.t ..f references from from the nnest to the I II and couftlB cared can bv Folly's bp quickly Honey relieved Lv Milton.... I11m LvFsn.acolaIa'pmlArl'ensaeoiaPI'am : SALVONA SOAP CO.. Cor. 12LU Pins Sts. ST. LOUIS MO. t
: v-ician* of this city. 'I
cheapest, at the Willis and! Tar. W. A. D'AbmbTte, ]121 ArMilton.'L/opml/ I Ii
MRS. M. GIDDENB.i "art' Sic: Round: triP.11:1_'.
: Month DeV illiers bit Hardware Co. I S. Palafox. i I i

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PENSACOLA FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 12. 1902
THE DAILY NEWS: ,
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FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY-

QUARANTINEa WOODMEN OF THE -
SOLDIER UNDER

fc !I REGULATIONS I WORLD TO HOLD


::1 SERIOUS- CHARGES MEMORIAL SERVICES 20 20Per

No official notice of the beginningof I

,$ ) close quarantine: against Cuban I Per Cent Off. .Ccr" tIt

ports, deferred from May 1 to June Live Oak Camp No. 1, Woodmenof

i' Waived Examination This Morning and Was 1. having teen promulgated, Dr. J.. the World, will unveil a monument -

i i Whiting Hargis, local surgeon of the over the grave of their late

Remanded to Jail. I II I], Marine Hospital Service, telegraphed sovereign, Joseph B. Rosique, Jr., oa aoPER

I' to Surgeon General Wyman on Sunday, May 15, at 3:3-3 o'clock, !at

the subject yesterday and was informed St. Michael's cemetery.A .
i
aL F. D. Murklin, a soldier from Fort 1 that: the regulations of last memorial service will be heldon

,, Barrancas! was brought from War- WRECKED i i year are now in force as to all port, the same day by Live Oak Camp CENTiDISCOUNT

., rington atl o'clockthis| morning by i:c including Cuba. No. 1 and Hickory Comp No. 21.

..... ......, \ invited to
e- -- -- Dr. Harris also received notice The public are cordially
; U. 3. Deputy Marshal Wharton, and MACHINES ; =
that under the regulations coastwise attend these services.
placed in the county jail on complaint ;'
w atttatlll vessels from ports of the United

44 4 of Beatrice Robinson, colored, ARE HERE States may enter the port without Sacred Filthy cows Temples often in defile India.Indian. ON ALL INFANTS', CHILDREN'S, MIS3ES1 AND B\\ If'\.

11 years of age, who alleges! that going to quarantine, except in cases temples, but worse yet is a body SANDAL AND OXFORDS, COMMENCING; I'KIDX 'I, M:
thaVs poluted by constipation.Don't .
Murklin nude a criminallasaault on where there is sickness aboard, when iith. AND LASTING FOR
it. Cleanse -
The two engines, Nos. 31 and 761, permit your system
her on the government reservation' the fact must be reported to the with Dr. King's New Life Pills
i which were in the Molino smash-up and avoid untold misery. They I
between the hours of 5 and 6 p. m., quarantine: officer. give lively livers, active bowels 8= = DAYS==8

Tuesday, were brought here last: Dr. J. Y. Porter, state health officer good digestion fine appetite. Only I
yeaterday. 25 cents at W. A. D'Alembertes'I I
night by engine No. 2 and this : is reported as having; arrived drugstore, 121 Palafox. i'
; ; At 9 o'clock Murklin was taken
morning were rolled into the yards: yesterday at the Santa Rosa quarantine --- --

before Hon. B. C. Tutiisou, United at the shops. station: on a visit of inspection, I I If t r You \rat t Furniture, go1: 20 20

State commissioner, :and after the Engine No. 31 had half hid itselfin and may visit the city today.Don't to PRYOR'S.CONCERT .
A I
testimony of the girl and Louise the other machine and it requiredthe I AND DANCE AT''
think that eruption of yours
: Lewis, an old negro woman was combined strength of two good can't be cured. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY P.er Cent Off. Per un lIit
NIGHT. TRAINS AT 8, 8::*) AND ,
heard, the man was placed back: in I engines pulling in an opposite direction -its virtue is its power to 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT '

to pull them apart. Nn. 34, the cure. 11.V. TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT I
jail without bond and will appear
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smaller one, suffered the most dam: I
e, I before the commissioner tomorrow CARLOAD OF MEYER SHOE CO.
age All the front part i is torn away. O.A.S TO HI A. : ,

afternoon at o'clock with his witnesses her smokestack gone and her boiler FINEWATERMELONS Bean" AI-8 Knd W Ha'9 hee 3KJU

i.', when the fiual and full preliminary bruised The "frame" is not dam- 8patue! (;? Y : Feet FurnMier* for l'a..h Onlj.

ol !
trial will take place. aged to any great extent except being Thirty-pound average. Must be 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

sold quick. is the latest! i -- ------ ------- -- -
I After Commissioner Tunisou had bent somewhat. This can be easily ,, .
JACOBY GROCERY CO. L La I NornaGRAND!See L. Bear & Co.',, !I

examined into the case a short time, repaired.The -- -- --- advertisement mj I I LAW DEPARTMENT

R he amended the simple charge of assault other bigengine was: damagedd Sale pulley buying another---- ----column.-
much, but not of an extent to lay her furniture -OK-
to one of a more serious nature, your
up long. She is solidly built, is one at Marston $ Quina's John B. Stetson
the for of University
conviction
R penalty a of the new machines recently pur- ;, Great Furniture Empo 4th of PicnicAND

which is death. chased by the L.& N. as a freight engine rium. July 3Do Land, Florida.

The and is JOHN F. FOUBES. Ph. !>., President ALBERT 1o'\HH\If, LL B t>'II
girl, who shows a marked one of the largest: in use
CONCERT AND DANCE AT Fall Term ('UIIIIII'IIN'hH..tlarOt'tuht'r 1 t'.MK=
derive of intelligence, testified that on this division. MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY
| TWO YEARS'! COUR8E-The LAW Dapartmentof B. Stetson fniv. .
The engines will both be NIGHT. TRAINS AT 8 8:30:; AND CELEBRATIONAT ,
completely LU. K
she her home 'at the a "'
was going to 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT I DEt3REEADMITMToTHEHAIL-The diploma of the Law Department '
repaired in the local: shops, it was 11)0); TICKETS: 25 CENTS, AT I! Stetson I'nivf rsiity Admits to the liar
t.. time mentioned and that as she DEPOT. FURTHER IS Fl1KMATION-F'ortheLawAnnouncement of 2-3ana! a.
stated this morning, and will be sired IntormdtiOn regarding th>Law Departmentaddress
t passed a clump of bushes, Murklin placed in first-class condition. Magnolia Bluff ALBERT J. FARRAH Dean of Law Departm.- '
,
I For Over Suty Years De Lana
ran out, grabbed her by the arm,
While work of this nature: is cl.iai- MRS. VTis: LowN HOOTHIXS SVRCP has BY THE
s: I bf i' placed hand over her mouth an J ed as being not unusual still such mother! for their children whtletrrthinge ,
a I with perfect success. It soo'hes the child 38K. I. 1 Key
jR. whi-pered that if she screamed he : will be a great recommendation for lof.em the Rumsallays all paincures wind
colic, and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoeat r
would kill her. Then .lj6 went ouandjjave I the shops here. will relieve the poor little sufferer: immediately MYSTIC ASSOCIATION.
sold by Druggists; in every uarlof
The wrecking train H still at the the world Twootv rice cnt a bottle
some unprintable evidence, I B*sure you a.k tor ':0.1 r. Wins:""',, Boothng : 11'ate'>i for Grand Street Paradeat .
I scene of the trouble at Molino, Syrup,"aad take no other kind.j ':"
in which oho is corroborated by the 10 a. in. .
working .
everyminute. A
I other witness, Louise LewU, who amount of debris was burned big j This weather makes the See Posters for Full Details.A .:
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yesterday
handsome prize will be given to
Ji, Maims to have walked up\ on seeing and today and all parts of the \!gras 1 keen cutting Lawn Mowers number of tickets. .
how roughly the man was treating wreckage which was of value in any
'J: and Grass Shears the
from
Admission fare 35c
the girl. She said that upon dicov:1 way was brought here. Tenders to including ;
Willis Hardware Go's..La
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the two wrecked engines and Children, sic
I':::1 eriug the man's motive, she alarmed a I
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number of flat
cars loaded with I
the neighborhood i by yelling murder i; the latet! \.-
trucks and break apparatus were L [APffiaL Co's { "lrll rl 'rYti
at the top of her voice. .; in
t, placed: inside the yards today and another column.
{ !She says that Murklin then tried EVERY DAY
will -- ---
....: be put together as soon a* practicable
r: to run away and reach Fort Barraui ICECOLDVATERMELON.-\ AT I

: THE GARFIELD CO':;. NiCK'SRESTA
; but overtaken
c.s was by Scipio The ,
wreckage about Molino i is being --
'I, Oliver. Shakespeare Elder, Oscar :
collected as fast a* possible. The Ball Bearing, keen cutting -

". Cubic and a few others He wm j I spice is about cleared now and in a Lawn Mowers, at the .

taken inside the navy yard and held few the mihs Hardware Go's-
days smash-up will be one of
t: there! until the oiS'uer went for him I -- -- F A T o-AT-o
hUtory. :>
tl1 !
'!: this morning.Mirkliu -- --- -- La L Nona l L.Reaar & Co'aadvertisement :
; K defended by Kitifl.! in :
EPWORTH another column.
Pasco, }.:-I}. The prisoner refuses to LEAGUEWill
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cay :anything about it, but faces his
SOUTHERN STATES LUMBER COM DAILY MENUS L.
accusers without a sign i of fear.: ENTERTAINThe PANY. FRIEDMAN & CO'SThere's
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The amended ulHJjvit against Comprise all the Up-to-
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: Notice is hereby given that fourteen
; him i+ a violation! of auction KM5.: I'. ,14 First Mortgage Bonds of the SOUTH Date Dishes the Markets
Epworth League: of the Pula-
of the World
ERN STATES LUMBER COMPANY, NOJ.
!S. Revised Statute*, and Kt.n, Ret -
t I. fox Street Methodic church will 433,487,398.505,16, 489, 410, 335, Atford. ;>
vi"l'll'tatute: of the State of give a Literary and Musical entertainment 4U,502, 89. 66, SI and 328, have been

J, Florida. The first proviJes au imprisonment in the drawn by lot for redemption from the *t i: RACKET STORE.#@
Sunday school room amount to the credit of the Sinking Fund,
'I term and the other of the Methodist church on Thursday and Mill be paid for at the rate of SI.025 Ladies' Private
i par bond, *i'h accrued interest, at the
+ death.
i I I eight, June 12 at S o'clock. The office of the Knickerbocker Trust Com- Dining Parlor.

chief feature of the entertainment pany, 66 Broadway New York, on the I
1UIY>> IIKATKriluortl : I first day of July, 1902. after which date
I will be a lecture l.y Hon. Cha H. said bonds will cease to bear interest.
t} -I) l><1::rt'H in Mummer.1a Knickerbocker Company,
Laaey of this city on "The PhHo.o-!
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Never eat heavy lHh.nH'eoU ByFRED'KL. ELURIOGE, Regular Dinner Daily. I
phy of the {"urea!."
foods for the morning mail for I All friends of 'ijaawiw First Vice-President. -
d thee foods should follow aud the ,-
not I league and church invited. Ad.mission ---
: precede hard work. ( 'HI'::'" NUTleE 4. I
Short Order Prompt
free. : P I Consolation in Knowing
The best morning foundation it -
; Orape-\ ut and cream, a little I The program will be as follow:: NEITHER the captain.. own- I'illett Night or Day. i I
trim, a cup of Postum Food Collee a ors nor coa4lgnt. > 4 of the tg that you can get your Carr '
Piano Solo-The Krimh si Hartley will be '
and possibly a couple of eggs pre : Spinning Sonr- responsible for debts contracted ; paired in a thoroughly effit'i
Wagner, Mrs. D. B. Rutherford. by the crew of said \..,4el. If It'a SonietbingOood to Eat I ( durable ..
breakfait i manner at J. M. HCo's. >
find
ti \OKTHHELD.VI' you wlahyou'LI it at X
; Vocal Solo-Selected-Mr*. J. C. I. Wittlch t'o. Laptala. t Their skill in renew"
either of brain or muscle, until j
est: Pebley. ConI.jD-: luluNEITHEKtuecaptain r"
Nick Apostle'sIPopular 'a broken and v '
rl the noonday ideal.Particularly I --- parts painting
is this theE Recitation- Through Death to : ,owaeri <. is
true at ing too well known to need,
; of the when Life-Mrs. A. \V. dit nor consignee* of the Br M [ :Restaurant. .
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presenteason year I Mereynolds. Cento sit be r-sponiible for I mention. while their price *r '
meat and other fatty foods increasethe L'cture-The Philosophy rf the debit contracted by the crew .'
internal \heat of the body ands I of said vessel I markably moderate for thl'I'

make the summer. day still more1disagreeable. I I Unreal Quartette.: -Hon. C. H. Laney. \V s. KEHER.t: Co.. P A.ADAMS.Captain 'A''M1I .::;,...-_ i I taking care displayed in al :

Consignees li'ju + / work.
y Urar -:\uts come to you from the | Piano Solo-Mrs.; J. M. Flinn. \

a grocer ready to serve, hiving beeu 'i Vocal Solo-Mrs. F. E. Brawner. j J. )I. Hilliard & Co.; ,
fully cooked at the factory by food t -...
aud this in time Piano Solo-Selected-J. A.Groves covI.aa1 .......; ,
saving and J. M. FOLKMAN
experts ; ;; ,
i b No. 30 East Garden St.
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'j exertion is appreciated by the housewife I ..
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A < Contractor for
TROLLEY PARTY 1 Decorating .*
; b'ins: a concentrated food four tea- I
;' ..ionfuls is sufficient for the cereal 7 i' MEUX'SSchool
; Ft 'Call Up Phone 313 or Drop a Postal Card.
pert of a meal for one person and TUESDAY NICHT I i '
(....ts only one cent.A I All Work C. 0. D. and Guaranteed. GL tJtJl6Jj1
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booklet of excellent recipes is 1

'F found in each packageofOrapeXutsfrom The Ladles' Aid Society of the I I Corner Baylen and Government Screetn, I {

which many easy and delicious Presbyterian church will give : Ou4 Block Welt of FoUofflc, Right on tile Belt Line.
a
'f 1 warm weather dishes can be made :
for luncheon and supper that are not Trolley Party Tuesday, June 17th, 1 I of Short band, Typewriting and Literature.
only nutritious but pleasing to the for the benefit of the church build t T. W. LEWIS, Now is the time to enter school and prepare for a lucrative position. ;

palate.A ing fund. Children's hours, from vacation. Night and day sessions.
s 1
trial of the above selection of DEALER IN ____ _
5:30 to 7:30, fare 15c ; adults, 7:30 to -
food that for ten health days and will vigor prove, an to active any. 9:30, fare 25c. Ice cream and cake I We have Samples I You never heard of any one using best
one wish the
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