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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: June 21, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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VOL., --37. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.. SATURDAY, AFTERNOON, JUNE 21.1902 NO 2 j If

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FOR FREE_ADVICE BRITISH NAVY CORSET SAVES WHITELAW. RIED > ,

E\f\ry Woman Should Write Dr S I 5,000 TRIED TOAVENCESHOOTING TO ORGANIZE' iil


B. Hartman, President of The AT THE CORONATION

Hartman Sanitarium.xf i DENOUNCED GIRL'S LIFE SOFT COAL MENTHE

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1I I{ Special to The sews. .ppcJal to the New,. Special to The Daily News: to The Daily News:

1 London June 20.=-During- the discuRslon Richmonda."june'20.-Miss Car AND GOT A CARRIAGE TO Pittsburg, Pa., June 21.Word is Wilkesbarre Pa., June 2J.-Presf.-

. of the naval estimates in tha rle Kennedy, a pretty Plttsylvauia HIMSELF. 'received here today that a mob of dent Mitchell is arranging to send i

I' house of commons today Hear Admiral county girl, owes her life to her corset
5,000( persons early today demolished more organizers into the strike regions 4
which shielded her
I Lord Charles Beresford Conservative from a bullet firedat

| scathingly l denounced the I her by B. F. Russell, said to have I the town hall in new Kensington, acity of We Virginia and Kentucky
inefficiency Special to The Daily News: I.
tt.f9 of the navy.lie been a rejected suitor for her hand. 17 miles from here and now in Monday morning in an effortto
i According to the statement of the I London June 21.-The special envoy -
declared the whole admiralty the hands of a violent mob who are complete the organization of the
; young lady's brother Russell went to of the United States to the
system was rotten and led to greatextravagance : threatening the lives of three Ital-
I the home of Kennedy, having been a''. soft coal workers there before the
. I coronation of King Edward, White-
J 111r I and that mere was a frequent visitor there for some time. fats,. one of whom fatally shot a convention, which votes on the
1 % +. f general want of efficiency in the navy After being there a short time law Ried.will have a carriage to 1
very ,
\ young man at that place. national strike question is held.
, I on which depended tne existence tf he drew a revolver and fired twice at himself in the royal procession

'the empire. This was the judgment Miss Kennedy, one ball taking effect through the streets of London next The Italians are constantly guard: present; not more than half the I'I'At ,'

. of all the commissions of inquiry just above the right groin, passing\ ed by the officers. An attempt was men in these districts are firmly organizecl : I
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y'I I I ) and had been proven a fact. Every around the stomach. inflicting a light Friday. made to move them to the jail at and any little break in the"*" i

I Ii increase in the number of ships flesh wound, which would have been He objected to the Turk and .
Oreenburg, but it resulted in such. rank would be a loss hard for the ,I
and every improvement In them had very serious but for her corset, which frenchman having a place of honor,
tt been the result of outside! agitation.As caused the bullet to glance. scenes of disorder that the officers strikers to overcome For this reason
t while he had been alotted to a seat
i I the result of such agitation the Miss Kennedy ran out of the house were compelled to retreat to save the the date of the special convention I
. }I rs. C. L. BJTOQ.i British Mediterranean fleet was not a Russell pursuing her. He was overtaken with his back toward the horses, according p .
four weeks hence instead
was placed i
.. fourth stronger than a year ago. by her brother and given a to the official program published
'I"+ L. Byron of M4 Lincoln ave- It was remarkable, lord BeresforJ good whipping. When the shooting Telegraph and telephone wires of holding it at once I j' I

n 'hioago, 111., is President of the abided, that both army and navy officers began W A. Kennedy a younger and sent word to the Lord leading to the town, have been cut; it President Mitchell refused today !
,'' .)dJ:' Berman Woman's Club. She Chamberlain that he regretted that .
brother was in the and had his
were room
compelled to threaten to re. is believed communication was interrupted
to discuss
b.. 'V following to of Perunathe the !situation in Ohio,
fay sign! ; In order to get things rightel. revolver drawn on Russell, but it was he would_ have to decline to join the
5' -atarrh remedy, which relievedI by a fusilade of bullets Illinois Indiana Iowa but
f. or say ,
knocked
Great Britain had only 2 ,OOO naval out of his hand.It .
under such .
> serious of catarrh of theb. procession conditions.The
- < a case
... reserves instead of the requisite SO.OOj was at this same house that the from the mob. the outlook in West Virginia is very i i, .

Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, 0.: and the engine room departmentswere trouble between Otis Davis and Wil matter was referred to the This madness and disorder is the encouraging.

Gentlemen---"l was cured ot a verywter thousands of men short. As to ,I tram Kennedy began on last Christmas king, who the instant he heard of outcome Of a strike at Cragdell --- .

case of bladder trouble which armament both the United States an3 day which resulted In Davis being the trouble, directed that the United

the doctors did not know how to reach. France possessed superior guns. Blunders killed by Kennedy for which Kennedywas mines. CHANNEL OF
(:States should have a separate car
1 a''' were heudaohe and dragging would continue until a separate acquitted. Russell is now in jail.GIRL'S .

rat with it, lint before the secoudwn I business board was appointed at the -. riage. COLONEL LYNCH
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V UR i>J I folt much relieved, andati admiralty and was made responsible THE IRRIGATION LAW i

:ar >;f u*.-<1 the fifth bottle life for the efficiency of the fleet. CORPSEIN AGAIN REMANDEDSpecial

1.I rent to me. This was nearly MYSTERY OFSMITH'S

II' i ,- and I have had no recurrence
Special to The Dlilye's:
SLEEPER
" r 'r 1 1... I cannot praise Perunat BELIEVED SHIP
> ...'' v." MRS.. C. L. BY RON. i to The Daily News: Washington June 21.-The irriga-
-- DEATH
> r..(. Home Adllcf. London June tion law is i about to start under
21-Colonel ArthurLynch. )
/'i f the great multitudo of IS LOST Special to The New 9.I .
I excellent auspices. Since the pas
a Ma from come form of :canaba. Mich.. June 20.-At an -- the member of parliament I
C. and yet unable to find i Special ti The News. sage of tne irrigation bill there has
-- arly hour the tralnment on the train;
elect for Galway, who is in custody; ,
An', Dr Hartman, the renowned Special to The New which left here at 9 o'clock last night Charleston, S. C., June 20.-An air been much speculation ail to whether 1 j .

IIpfiiall5t on female catarrhal dlseases had a grewsome find. The dead body of mystery has developed here over charged with high treason was a new bureau would be created to .
has announced his willingnessto San Francisco. June 20-San
direct the treatment of as many Franciscans who! wagered $150.000 of Bessie Matthew son. of the Soo, was the Identity of C. X, Smith, in chargeof brought up on remand to the How take charge of Its administration;
placed in the berth of a sleeping car
cases as make application to him on the sara arrival of the German during the summer months withoutchtrge. bark H. F. Glade pany's exhibit at the who
stand exposition
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10 The the new law will be carried out by
girl was from Sault Ste :'oJaroan.l J
lose all their money unless the long died suddenly Wednesday. remanded to June 24th, owing to .I
.Those wishing to Ix-como j.uOnUeLmld was on her way to Chicago to betreated the secretary of the interior, through
overdue vessel arrives by next When it was seen that he was se the absence of
important witnesses
address. The Poruna M- licin nesday. Information by cable .Pd'i j.i who for knew consumption. A traveling 51 riously ill friends of the young man -. ---- -- t the geological survey and hydro.
Columbus Ohio. man her was taking her
oW. London says that Lloyds will post tin'''! from the Soo line to the Northwestern i asked him to give them the address ol f Georgia Tech Get 20000. graphic bureau.

vessel as missing.: The merchants' px.1 I Icliane 'I his parents in order that they might !be Atlanta, June 20.-The GeorgiaSchool -
depot here on a street car. The girl
here crossed the bark from J notified of his condition. Smith of Technology has now at It s
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PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOLI 1 i i grew worse and as tie was carrying II"i i The Saving of a few cents on a bottle
the overdue list as no longer insura 1 1hii' dined to give this information. Hi;, disposal $ O,0t10 which will be devotedto
her to the coach she died in his arms Vanilla Extract will not atone for
friends urged him to talk, hut h* the better equipment of Its electrical !i.
Not
time
having to attend
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arraneoments. i.r. the of having dessert
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iril Annual Session Hejjins t'I"(1'IIIIII"f | The Glade sailed from here on Oc would rot and he died with his se and experimental laboratories.. r. annoyance
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!; the man simply carried
15, 1\!)()_. a-il Ends tol>er 19 last with wheat and barleyfor her t rt't.'h n telegrams were sent t-' ter the delivery of the diplomas to the that is "just a little oil" in flavor.
info the
train put her in a berth :
June V2, 10OJ. Europe: and is out 243 days.Iany* ,, and lett her. ts New York headquarters of the II I graduates yesterday President L'manHall Always buy lllrmtt'II,

local pluz ;crs believed its foul bot company the answer fame that no'iiing : announced that $lOOhad been -- --- -

aim of this school i, to pro tom was the cause of delay and yen was known in that establishment I i i i subscribed by the friends and patrons TO-DAY'S MARKET REPORT .

timrongh HIGH !SCHOOL: and lured large amounts on Its safe ar GIRL of Smith's family connection lie I U- of the school and this secured the

i .LLKOE PREPARATORY in.on. rival. gan work with th" company at the! $10 MOp promised by the general educational i
'. The school is of especial VICTIMOF BY I'KXSACOLASTOCK EXCHANGE :
ParU board. Of the I
amount
\1 si'-n slat: Wj pot in iharg-3 promised
I
I'ose-t to three who classes having: completed c FLAMES : of t'!' entire di.-;play at Buffalo and 1 by the board $;;,0110 will be paid. East Government Street.BTOCKB. ,: '

des. of the public school wish DAY.OF MOURNING I i. Cha.I; !. I lot:. Immediately, so improvements will ;
-ue their studies further withvi 'I'! ::,. -teel and wire company in- begin without any delay. The other !: i

>. > home. 'rI i"!* : Special to The News.TUtsburg. I I ... : tl'c-: 10. al representatives l<. $5,000 will be paid In two yearly pa;, Open. Hizh. Low. Cloe. :

i -.'. who with, with the aid FORIERIN 5j pat i. i e peny" in the funeral bin menu of $2r! 00 each. The money sub. Sugar ..126( 12fi3g 125f 125f

< f ml: individual attention --- mss: June 20'.Annie Reno: Srnit.i: was buried among strang1'Swith scribed by friends will be forthcomingat Atch.... 8'138 tfiie': b2 82

.. linn in smaller classes aged 10 years, wan fatally burned at hs secret different times during the next U. H s" afire 3/f 3rt 33i. i
. 'u i 1 I. .._' : -e;: ion, to advance Braddock today and four others who untolii year. Ill .. ....1574 15H: 15j14 157
'"IJ1d.} : ../ than is possible; for Special to The Newt went to her assistance were stvcrelj I ".. h N..136'}' 136" 136'2 138*, .j
.. l p toile -chools. London. Jure :- M.O.P.10 i$ 108*g 10731 108tg : r
20. Tha United II'I.h .
1! 51' who are fitting them burned. Their names: TRAIN GOES j i Tries Suicide Under Engine Wheels. Man. 131 131 130131" ,

a college. **&*tL*... .. > League is preparing to keep coronation Jennie Ellis, Mrs. Annie Baker Mis. jI I! New York, June 20.-Andy Shone- ht.Pau.174l4 lilts 173): 173! (

''ition to the usual instruc- day as a day of mourning for Ireland.The Mary Malloy Justice John G. Rich- derf, of New York 72 years old, has Penn ...152 152 151%; 151?;

EnjlishIathematic; ?, His district council of Clarj-Morrl*, ards. The little girl was playing neata THROUGH TRESTLEj. attempted to commit suicide her e, H. P..... 64J.{ B5 641,' 647{

< ,raphy.:: L'itinetc.in truc- County Mayo has resolved to hoist i I j a rubbish fire in the rear of the Rob says a Paris special to The World, by U. P..Bksa 105'4' 103( ?i 10518
>f,'rpd. u'Hhiiut extra tuition, I IJune T. C. I. (32; f 2 62 62
black the
council chamber I
flag over
Inson hotel when her
throwing himself
clothing caught in
k, German and front of a log o- C. F. I. 93'i' 93} 92': ,'.
French beancho.l : >/ 92j
28 and Juno 27 and
has issues Special to The Sews : motive on the Paris Belt
Jjfireo railway a!
1 1.1' i is in future to be conj
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.I i .u what has been known a s an invitation to the other councils t Her screams brought help and the Sheb!! y, X. C., June '20.-A portion 'Courcelles station. Both legs were I
Join In thus celebrating the coronation four people who rushed to her assistance cut off below NEW YORK COTTON
: ,''jliiughey! : house at the cot of a mixed train on the South Carolina the knees and he will I
11 est! Gadsden and Bpring of the English king, "whose government were all seriously burned. They an'i Georgia extension railroad die. Sbonederf is said to have lost Open. Hieh. Low. Close.

,which is to be arranged to the people of this country are | will recover. The girl was burned so fell through an approach to the bridge: heavily at Monte Carlo last April. His July.. .852 852: 844 849

especially' to the needs of so much Indebted for famines, coffins. badly that her death is only a questionof over Broad daughter-in-law arrived at the station Augnt..817 820 815 820
"' d 1, I river yesterday afternoon: .. ...
coercion and castle rule. fleet 7W: 79"") 785 79 ,
In
a few hours. Just time to see the wheels roll .
umbar of pupils in attend- killing one man and Injuring over a over Oct... ..77S 7sO 775; 779 ''II
limited. Hence those desir- Disappointed.S dozen passengers. him. Then she fainted. I

.n utance should communicate Cubans Are Attempt at Highway Robbery. The dead: CHICAGO WHEAT.Opn. ,
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"vas possible with the Princi- New York. June :20. Evergreen Ala.. June 20.-A bold attempt LeRoy Grin, Shelby. ', t'.*,: Boy Is Drowned at Albany

feeling of great disappointment! her, at highway robbery occurred The injured : Albany, Ga., June 20.-While bathIng Hitrh. Low Close
and : ._ July... 73 736 73 73
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urther information. terms
Havana dispatch to The Tribune in
nays a few Klnchafoonee
information
near Evergreen a days ago creek with
a
Edward Turner .... '
addressH conductor Sept 72i 8 72 71f 71J
> ue.CLAY ARMSTRONG, over the probability that the senate of which has just been received D. \V. Phlffer. trestle master. crowd of other boys Sidney Wailac'! I

Principal, orPEK.'IVALH.WRALEY will not pass a Cuban reciprocitybill. the facts being as follows: William Riley Whlsenant, a negro. the 11-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.S R COIIN.

JR., Cubans h'ave about given up all!l Coleman had been in Evergreen A dozen Wallace, was drowned. The boy Open. High Low Close
passengers, including two
Assistant. hope of relief from this source and attending to some business and left Jadleo'r could not swim and bad gone to the July... Boi 657-i 65J.Bept. 4' 007/.
also
{ Injured but their( .... r"
the people assume a gloomy view .,( for his home near Tem. When about names are not known. creek, which is 2 miles from the city( i -S I rib? % iii

t-ililiy Temples in India. the future economic conditions of the 5 miles from town he was confronted About the time the rear coach was without the knowledge of his parents.One .
Island. Their confidence In President by three who he thinks of hIS companions attempted NAVAL BTOKKS MAUKKT. -
d cows often defile [Indian m'n. are on the span Just above the river Engineer bravely ,
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Roosevelt gives a last hope that Le He was told to throw his to rescue him, but obllK- :
negroes. up was
Albert
is
but felt
worse yet a body the trestle givingaway Reported Daily for The News by
poluted by constipation will save them from absolute ruin by: hands, but Instead of doing so he and opening the-throttle' sent ed to leavethe drowning boy to hli Union Naval Stores Co. J JaoII.
negotiating a direct reciprocal treaty drew his revolver and began firth the train fate in order to save his own life.
permit it. Cleanse your sy- across the bridge, saving ill .. C
with President Palma.rCal1 on the desperadoes. They gave
with Dr. King's New Life Pills up of it except the rear coach and tares( WW __ .._. ..._IS 70 H l5617) P
their job of robbing him and took to box cars Teachers Will Get Their Pay. wa.a y .... .__ 1 e. to,
avoid: untold misery. They ( for STEEDMAX CIGAR. the woods. One of the negroes Ml The coach Atlanta, June 20.-The school teach, N__. .__ s..' r.....___ 185
fell
livers active boweladigestion precipitately BO fet If__ I.1i 5 E _.. ___
lively Rave the Bacds and look i in 'v supposedly struck by a ball, but before on the brink of the river, swollen b 7 ers of Georgia will be paid the balance K _-.__ i to D_..____ 1i: ,
fine appetite. Only Mr. Coleman could get to him he the of their salaries due for the second L___ 06 c below.._ l YS8rtaiya I '
recent rains
and
was caught by .
its att; W. A. D'Alembertestore. Premium Catalogue for your was up and gone with the other tw the stone pier supporting the bridge month. Governor Candler announced T17&P"TI.a-41 )
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121 S. Palafor. yesterday that he had .
prize.LAKEVIEW arranged for
which saved the Of what does bad
passengers from 81 a taste in your'mouth r: a
Third Trial for Mill Morrison. the $150.000 which la necessary to '
,- watery grave, pay remind yon? It indicates if;
Eldorado, Kan., June 20.-A Jury to this balance, and vouchers for the various that your stomach is in bad condition I .j 1 I

try Jessie Morrison for a third time amounts will be honored by the and will remind you that there ',
Hill Is a Candidate.Blrmlngha.rn ,
DAIRY. for the murder in June, 1900, of M r. Ala., June 20.Profel.80r treasurer as soon M they are present' is nothing so good for each a disorder I 1"-',
Ollie Castle was completed today and I ed by the state school commissioner. as Chamberlain's Stomach & ,
I. W. Hill superintendent of tht Liver Tablets after having once r p
the taking of testimony was begun. Gadsden city schools, has announced' used them. They cleanse and invigorate -
Miss Morrison killed Mrs. Castle by hU candidacy for state superintendentof Says Spyer Suicided. the stomach and regulate J

FRESH BUTTER EVERY DAY IN ANY QUANTITY. slashing her throat with a razor. The education. When asked ia reference Atlanta June 20.-There now'seems I the bowels. For Bale at 25 cents per i '

first Jury disagreed and the second to the matter he said that he had little doubt that Marc J. Spyera, the box by all druggists and medicine '

PUREST AND BEST MILK IN THE CITY. found her guilty and assessed her punishment decided to make the race having been Atlanta man who died in a New York dealers. t F

10 yean imprisonment. hospital several days under ..
at ago mystertous : -
solicited to run by a number of teach- '
This verdict was reversed oa a tech era. circumstances, committed inlcide. l This weather makes theme 11t:

nlcall ty. According to a dispatch, May grass 'row. :You can buy

R. M. VERY, Proprietor.PHONE r The finest line of sterling silver Holland, the woman with Spyetlwhen keen cutting Lawn Mowers"iiand f'_

Garden hose at the Willis goods and silver novelties is tot] be he was found unconscious on tha*
found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to street, has returned and declare th Grass Shears from the .

411. Hardware Co's. please all. the young. man. took -his.own life'. I'I Willis Hardware Go's.Special .

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SATURDAY JUNE 21, 1902
THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA,


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.. .,;.J STRIKE OF SILK DYE WORKER


DUST. PROPOSED NEW LINE. I A /Ie:.. Italian Chamber of Commerce Will "A"and

COLD DUST twins do wcrk." Asheville and Rutherfordton Railroad: :
.,..; ct lie your Try to Arbitrate Differ ic .. 5/te
to Be Built. The town crier is a thing of the put, Italian
but medical methods as old and as ob.olete New York June 20.-The
Asheville N. C.. June 20.-TbaAEhetille
as tbe town crier are still practiced chamber of commerce of this city baa the
and Rutherfordton railway
in many a country town. Women suffering decided to try to arbitrate the differences
will be built! and active work on ths from womanly .diseases shrink
between the striking silk dyers
proposed line will begin at once. Th* from the offensive
of Paterson and their employers. At a
road will be built by George T. Canis, examinations i n- Eagle
secret meeting of that organization,
of New York. The contract was sign. delicate questionings a (
members being silk Importers ,
and obnoxious many of the :
ed today. Work on the proposed JIM '
(: I local treatments, whose business ii affected a g '. are Known
will begin at Ue Rutherford end. sym.
still in vogue with committee of four was appointed to
Ut The contract gives! Mr. Canis about
I some local practitioners. visit Paterson today and confer with 1- bols wherever
four years' time In which to complete Any sick
the city officials the strikers and the .
is invited : thesuno! clviU .
to
the road. The line, howevejr, woman :
mill owners. and to offer to act as ar ..
will be completed In perhaps Just hair! 'I consult Dr. Merce. atlon has
by letter, fret anti bitrators or in any other acceptableway risen.
this time. The exact location of the
Non clothe &re rubbed out than worn cut so avoid methods lend the help of the Italian bust
line has as yet not been determined. offensive This trade mark indicates purity and per-
I which are ness men toward the settlement! of tbe

: BOLD DUST The read will run via _Fairview aa.l to her modesty. All strike. fection in brewing, and has been used on

will enter Asheville from th'oihrn : correspondence is
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.rffl tMr roar back and save ycur cc'.hes.! Better part of the city. The length of the held as ftrictlv ja- Secretary Sconfietti, who went to more bottles than any other label in the
And far more economical than soap and other vate and sacretfiy Paterson to arrange tor the caller

Washing Powders. roai from Asheville to Rutnerforfltop (; confidential. Address ends, saw Mayo Hinchclia* and e>- worldT* Found only on the famous bottling ofAnheuserBuschBrewingAss'n
is 40 miles. From Asfievllle the road
Kid onJf tr THE N. K. FA1RBANK COMPANY.Chicago. Dr. R. V. plained the purpose of his visit.! The I
tcw York. Boston. St. Louis.: will extend to Tennessee.It I Pierce.Burlalo.N.Y.
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mayor received him! cordially and I
is known who Mr. Canis' backers .
SCAP. not Dr. Pierce's Favorite -
FAIRY
of OVAL j
Makers
agreed to meet the committee.
are in the movement but It is generally : Prescriptionis
.. Lout U. S. A.
St.
and I
: believed that it is the Seaboard. peculiarly
t FOUR MEN BLOWN TO PIECES I particularly a medicine Quiet In Wyoming Valley. I IWilkesbarre. trtVtn ef the famout Budw*!i ?. Mlehelob. Black 6 Tan. Ftuit,

for the cure Pa., June :20.: -Extreme I I rale-Laier. AabeuscrSund Expert Falw and ExquUi

i1 Cy Explosion In Coining Mill of a Boy Treated to Water Cure Dies. of womanly dis quietness continues to prevail throughout -i D1N.MIEISSEB BROS., Wholesale Dealers, Pt'n'icola, ha
Guthrie. O. T.. June 20.! -The authorities eases. It establishes :
i Powder Plant. the Wyoming region. Strike head ; '
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Johntto n. Pa Jun 20.-The cola investigating the death of Arthur E dries weakening trains heals inflammation quarters presented a deserted appear. SCHOOL SVPFLIKS

ILl mill of the Cambria Powder com- Pelore aged 14. near Shawnee alleged I and ulceration, and cures female ance this forenoon and the leaders, MUleiidlnfr.Bizzer I I

anyii plant! at Se'4 ard, IS miles from to have resulted from attempts of sev. weakness. with the exception-of President Mitch -Dr. Kure tells me Le is writIng At C, V. Thonipfcon's No II jimihPalaf.i.

Johnstown blew up yesterday afternoon You have my ht-aTt.fotllhankA for the kiwi I'll. were scattered through the coil a treatise called "On the Links." .
eral companions to treat him with the advice you sent me." writes Mrs. Florence
killics three men and injuring "water cure." lie was submerged in Archer of Eafcon. Macon Co.. Tenn. "Word belt. There was no change noticeable I never knew be was a golf enthusi Besides the standard line ,' -vd.

tht' uth.-rs. oa of whom Las since fail to express what I endured for about eight in the working forces of the coal com ast. tionery we have, in tint % : -: .
that
until his l The awful
the Canadian river lungs an years with female trouble. pain
, died Two others are fatally hurt. filled with resultIng i had to endure each month no tongue can panics very few if any men being lluzzer-He isn't. "On the Links"has velopes to match :
stomach were water. -
i The dead aio. a few days later in his death. express headache.These distress bearing-down in my stomach pains and backache sores in, brought out in this valley today. to do with sausages as a diet. Royal Hurd's Crystal Holland Bond.Bond.Ladies' .

I J. II Smith of Seward aged 40' my breast cramp in hmb -they have all left Ohio State Journal.
I me and health has taken the place of these dis- Sufferers. Art Stationery.
; t )"Uti. married and leaves a large fam.i "Tombs Angel" Dead. tremng trouble What caused them to leave? Interesting to Asthma Foreign Mail Etc.Artists' .
It was the test medicine on earth-Dr. Pierce's Daniel Bante of Otterville, Iowa, The :test Mornlntr. I .
ily.
Material. Ofli .
New York June 20.-Mrs. ErnestlnShaffer Favorite llescnption In one week's time Ii !, $'
. Johu KhMl-t. of Reward aged 3s known as the "Tombs Angel"previous i began to f..elllt'lI..r. After taking six bottles of writes: "I have had asthma for "I'm PO tired: this morning: said the plies Memorandum Books. FAll .

I ).au. til an it-tl and leaves:, a large fata- 1 the 'tavorite Prescription' and using the local" three or four years and have tried first! moth. new and bright.
to entry into rescue work ol treat tut nt you adviteu I felt like a new woman. "
J late last night? asked the sec
"rp 'I
i 11) Mrs. Fester who lost her life in t'.ia Dr. Iherce's Pleasant Pellets should about all the cough and asthma Rubberhose ails

t Chai-K! |lru\<-r. of Wapwallopen! Park Avenue hotel! fire, is dead. She always be used "Favorite Prescription cures in the market and have received ond."Yes". < \ at

J J.tmr.n omuy, aged 23: :i jears and unniarried had been in poor health for several : whenever a laxative is required. I treatment from physiciansin I rfplied/ the Cr'.t. "I was: at a { the Willis Hardware Co. '\

New York and other cities, camphor/ ball.-I'hiadephia! lU-(ord. .
and was compelled to give --- --- ,
years up I I
\V. F Hracken of married but got very little benefit until You will have in .
j Sward Ad% Ice to Fathers. pride v. :n >wSower
her work in the "
city prison on that
I tried Foley's Honey and .
. and leave* three children.; The man of family experience wagiving I II On the first indication: of kidney I gardens if they ;ur : u
account. I Tar which pave me immediate trouble it taking Your nu bai. .
The the sound adviie. stop by Foley's own ground. : \b v
i xpluttK'ii occurred ag Uie men younger one some
relief and I will never be Kidney Cur" W. A. D'Alerr.berte, a home, and he can do it w ,n.
I "t'rt' load.iii a pot of powdej on a wa.?. without it in house. I sincerely
my
Leads Them All. I 121 ri. Pahfox. though he may think tlt'.w,;..
1 t'n drl en by Rhode*. Suddenly there "The fact IP, my boy," be said, "it recommend it to all." W. A. D'Al- wants home"1 .
Every woman a
1"* ...a$ explonlon and the flames flewI "One Minute Cough Cure beats all I cLcHpens the baby to be always retailing einbeite, 121 H. Palafox. own, and if she will have a talk w .'f

I; In eu-ry direction, the powder ad herIL I other medicines I ever tried for the clever thins it :1ys-makfos itsort Thus. C. Watson & Co., .

I to the 'rlnthin of the JIl( n, Ignited I I coughs, colds, croup and throat and of commonplace you know." Rain Dampens Ascot Festivities.: i leading Real Estate Agent < .-\.

I, burning into the nVsh of the victims.A lung tr ube: >," says D. Kcott Currin 15ut they are so bright!'' London. June :20.! -The return of Lila can show her bow easy it is u
fctratiRe feature of the arridenta of Loganton: Pa. One Minute Cough "I know I know but save them. I'ut rainy weather today dampened tin Thli signature i a oa everyci cl te ct-nuir* one.

th fart that Drover aide I : them all down in a Lo >k and say nothing : \ Laxative Bromo--Q'jinine ]
was to Cure i is the only absolutely safe spirits of the occupants of the coun

'\\'ak! :KMI ) ards from the scene of the I cough remedy which acts immedi-. about it." try house at Windsor and the attendance the reuedjr that core a colci In one cUjr. Buy a new garden hose
hC ;olld idea ; :
ately. Mothers everywhere testify by fJeorgel"
f 11.10101n t before he fell dead from I at Ascot was in no way compare
to the good it has done their little "And then In h'r"- BANNER SALVE.lha from the Willis Hardware
terrible !.orns. Ills flesh like that of ble with that of the earlier days of the
ones. Croup is toO Midden in its attacks "YesVhat then?"
the otfierlrtims.. was burned to a Ascot race meeting. The Ascot hign most healing salve Uvt worU Company.BOYS .
that the doctor often arrive*
"Why. then destroy the bookr'Chicapo : -
.
"rill' Th shanty in whkh the coinIng -I too late. It yields at once to One Port. weight stakes was won by Victor Don, II

; mill l l.s liM-ated was i ignited by tho Minute Cough Cure. Plea"ant to ridden by J. Reiff. The Duke of Port Do you wish to make a little --x'rl

< eipIoMon, of the powder and wa humid take. Children like it. !Sure cure Flotation of the Iceman. land's William the Third Cannon, and GIRLS mon,,) Uuilnu kpars do moments e.i.u
so.you can readily so, by.!
<< to the ground but the financial loss for grip, bronchitis, cough. Hariris'Pharmacy i "The prehistoric: mosquito," said the won the Alexandra plate; Osboch Maher lug our"Blueine." 40 per tnt, commleilon on all tales. An Indispensable article Ir-
111 slight John eheppard, 8idney househnktu.e. F.tery ladY Udflighltd when they see It. One fbttt makes the fin-si
second and Ameer Picon
learned was
professor "had a bill ten feet ,
Kahu. I Kluf-wMcr you ever used In the \la.h.'nll'tuda)'. before jour territory taken 01
long a bill!! that certainly would alarm Eggby. third. Thirty horses ran. i some one rise, and 'I'f will bend by return mail one dozen package of Blueine,"
When you have sold them return us! Mr., retaining the balance.! tll('., as jwur coinu ...
SUM) itiu.\itu.sioo.: I
any man in these dajB.. ..
Mon l>o not delay, but rite at or.cc
The reader* of this! paper will he KING ALBERT CF SAXONY DEAD. I "Professor." a -kl'\1 the man with the TEN YEARS IN BED. .%tidre.ot. (illN MAM FACll I O llfft. C IK fox U I. I'l.ila I'* j"t

pleam-cl to learn that there is at lea,tone inquiring! mind "was the prehistoric I
R. A. Gray, J. P.. Oakville, Ind..
drrald ,Ii.athat rcienceJan Monarch Ereathes His Last at Dresden niosquito the prehistoric iceman? If
i, so, I begin to take some stock in Iar.Will's writes: "For ten years I was confined ROYAL STANDARD USD'\
I'c-en aMe to cure it: all it* "taetud ; :- After Prolonged Illness. to my bed with dieae of the
theory of ancestral traits. IJaltimore -
that i i" catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Dresden Saxony. June 2<>.-King: i kidneys. It was eo severe that I ,

Cure N the only positive cure now Albeit of Saxony died at 8:115 p. n. \ American. ; could not move part of the time. I'
; : consulted the best medical 8 Years Old, in Cases of 4 Full Quarts, at S3.20 per cass
a jtnown t<> the n.edical fraternityCatarrh es.terday. The King of Saxony len I very
constitutional din'lIIr.I ; Spring Fever. skill available, but could pet no relief --
li-.ing a no children and Prince George U'.s.: 1

_..M constitutional treattint. eldest brother succeeds to th* throne i' Spring fever i is another name for until Foley's Ki .. ney Cure was HIS WHISKEY distilled at the NeNonL....
I all',; Catarrh Curt i is taken biliousness.! is erionthan recommended to Ill" It has been a JL
of Saxony. more j Godsend to me." W. A. D'Alem-I Ky., Distillery! and is fully nritured in wood
iktt-rnally. acting din-ctly upon theI.I'HHIIIIII most people think A torpid liver; before bottling. it is absolutely pure and not excelled -
The death (If the kIng brings to a berte, 121 Houth Palafox.
Mirfures of the ,,
mucous and inactive bowels mean a poi-on j jtJ in quality by any Whiskey of the same age
*j."t"III, thereby destroy ing the fotind'ation I clop one ot the most determined an I system, If neglected, serious ill-i i no matter where produced The Royal Standardis

nt the 1 vliseas and giving the extraordinary fights for life against ties! may follow such symptom I 1-'. & A. 31.A eight years old when bottled, and, consideringits

I jiatietitlength by building i up the I long odds which has ever been Kno vn ,. DeWitt's Little Early Risers remove j excellent quality, is the cheapest whiskey in

rt'tiftitutiot: U fl.1 assisting nature in I in history. The king's case was dj i: all danger by stimulating the liver, A regular communication the market at that price. Aa beverage, and a*

dviiig it. w..rk. The proprietor* opening the bowels and cledn.ingthe I of Kacambia stimulant there is better.
flared to le ho|>elt'-s by his phYb: Lodge, an absolutely pure none _
lia>eo inucli faith I in curative I dana' ttveral weeks and they system of impurities. Safe pill*. i I No. 15::, F. & A. M., will be Shipped in ca.,;es containing no marks whatever t>
ago '
tM.werth.it they oiler One Hundred ';evt r gripe. "I have taken De-
I held at SUI i o'clock p. in. indicate contents. If purchaser upon examiningthe
J> .llar- for ci-.that it fails to have announced more than once thith Witt Little Early Risers for torpid
any 1 uesday, June 24th. whiskey i is not sat -Oed with the qualitycan : t-
Send for list of testimonials .. rould i.ot pos-s-itily live for more liver for writes !
cure. I every spring years, Visiting brethren are return the same at our expense and money
AddrtK., J. CtUHCo", than a few hours. Each time however R. M. Kverly, Mound-ville, W. Va. I cordially invited I will be refunded.

Toledo.O. he rallied but nib physicians re "They do me more good than anything HARRY W. GIBUS, All orders should be accompanied by eithercurrency
JJ Sold by Druggist: i 5c.c I I: have ever tried." Hargis' I order bank draft
mair.fd pessimistic. although the kinsPl'm..d Secretary. rIGHTYLARS OLD postoflice money or cx-
Pharmacy John Sheppard, iduey I order. We refer to First Nations'!
determined! to h\e.: 1 press money .

c Thp Happy Home is the Kits Albert of Saxony \\as the lat ;!I Kahn. I 1'IIUW.Uy. Bank or any merchant in Pensacola. :

| well- I of the K -netals who commanded the Ibtlnania ftoin the Northern Wood 'I The undersigned takes this method !

- furnished home. Marston I German army In 1870. having had an ue in I'jnj-IJiiIcam.the certain cure for CO&iha. )f :offering; her services as a : S. A. FRIEDMAN

I indej-endtr.t command In the Franco Brst-class licensed midwife, having -

$ Quinn can supply you Prus-blan; war. King Albert rontribut had 35 years experience.
I' is the latest Can give best of references from :SOLE PROPRIETOR, PENSACOLA FLA.
: with all needed in the ed the foundations of the
way to empire I L a ;'flFllB1 !See L. Bear & Co's leading physicians of this city.

of house furnishings at the | and although he fought against thei'riist'ians : i UI LLILt ad\'erthl'ment in MRS. M. GIDDENS, P. O. BOX 4IS. TKLKPHONK 179.

lowest prices cash or credit. \ in th.ar of 18G6. he imine.dlateiy another column. lltf 114 Booth DeVilliers rit.

reconciled hlml'plf to the st

\ Thlnntnu Vro.i. I uation and supported Prussia's pulit The man who own his own home DR. KINC'S .4 4.APRtroPtN.! :__ 1-I handle every class; of Liquors sold, It;

A woin.iliiii WiMil.ril!::! M'arly: "'I' | leal and military aspirations insures himself against lots of bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail, at prices thai '1

1iund'.i nit will Mauled to rid t.irse' !! are way down. '
Bmptror William always referred t.- trouble and worry. Nobody can TRY NEW DISCOVERY .

Quk&.ly of bei jid. :JMIMI I e;:ail by eating; I King Albert as a fatherly friend. It raise his rent and the rent day hu> :, AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.

aIad*. :Slie l': rio.. 'i. (if lettuce and totnato I is understood that the emperor will atOflee no terrors for him. It's ea-y to own FOR THAT COLD. "

I.,l.til, I t' > ,. a dan. : ., a home now-a-days. Thos. C. I
I suspend his tour of the Khinei TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
the principal: di-li "f b.-r utt-a:. It \va3re > Watson & Co. can tell you how WICKE&CO.
;i anti return to I-rIin to take part in t'-e
n. jM <"..., with :i rrencb ilre.s-.itic. eay it iCall and see! them. Cures Consumption.Coughs,
i funeral of the dead
king.
; For lutu-i-| hlt. atc toast and saladti Colds Bronchitis Asthma
I .. ,
gttkl t tit. I ror (litiiirr bin- li.nltry 111':11'II : I m The finest! line of umbrella' in the PneumoniaHayFeverJleurisy Plumber Gas and J
Steam
tlw WHIM-. with a f<-\\' t-ookfil! tcp'iaand Sateil Frc'iu an A\\lul Kate. city i is at J. I. Stephens'. Go lookat Fitter

bleis ""UI'(1: dt-
.re :11111\"' '<'. Th::" n-dtict-s u-ry rapIdly ," writes Mr*. A. M. Hhild of Sore Throat Croup and
No. i South
I O.A.BTO :1.A. Palafox !frcEst.All .
,
I and U a ; Chamber, l 'autlrii \\ ho pit UMI lit-uy. Bears the !u \ \aSE3Ugj) : | Fittings i PDt ou Hand
i after six months of sickness .
severe .a., plnN1C tM/\ NF'1.. IJo
: ()rllli. tii.thlnx lnrtly: with your 8r! /l CURE. NO PAY.

1Dt"411i. If ti ..-.-..<' iry. drink afterward caused by Hay Fever and A?tl\na. Pric 50c. and S 1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. -

JDT In-fore. hut ilo not wnsu down each : that few thought I could get well,

: moutliful with a swallow of sweetenedtea j but I learned of the marvelous merit WEEKLY HCIIKDUL1! IA. IMI.'EUCCE&SOR: A.

or coffee. i of Dr. King's New Discovery for We will launder your spreads for ,7 ery
1
1 Consumption. ued it, and was com 15 fonts each and make them loot FOB STEAM DIVISION
The matter of sweets Is n habit and "
cured. For
pletely desperate Throat iike uw. Star Laundry
, U you p-i In the liaMt of eating fruit and Lung Diea"es it is the:! safest PENSACOLA KI.KCIltlCTKHMI.1AUA1LTCAY : TO AVERY t WiMtLFi'IK I Ii

Instead of ('snly.l'ry toon the fruit 'cure in the world, and /is; inalliblefor COMPANY

I will mH'tn to >ou much more desirable. Cough, Colds and Bronchial 114ee ; i CURE YOURSELF i IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

L -Nf w Orleans Times-ltetuocrat. I Affection; Guaranteed bottle 50c.I cvaEs I'M SigG for unnatural Trains leave feniacola for tbe 1.1 Ytr tu
lia7ou.Warrlogtoa.NtTj
Big
Baron
!
I and l.tiU. Trial bottles free at W. A. is I to t UL dcbargtetu5amnati.in.. and Fort Barrancai at :
I A Real Friend I D'Alemberte's, 121 south Palafox. OwtLa.4 irntadt/ne or ulcrrationsof HARDWARE.
.
0* t iZiCiRfL ma con i mtni urine*
6:*) m.arrlTt at Fort Barrancat 1:16 a.t
t 1 tllItr..rp.s from dy-pep-ia and in ?i.'enti ioIt. PamlMi. and nut astriaor 10:00 a..m.arrlVe at Fort Barrancai 1Otta.n ,
as itt b.c Cst'ct Co. or poiubuus.
f.,r fifteen W C4.TTtX.L. lOJp.m.arrlVe&tFOrt Barrancai I:"P n
dijreetion yearay : iNcas&Tia.sold by IruggkIi, !
ISO p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 4lGpn Iron, Xail!', Axes. Shnvtis. Haw Mri, | id 'fo lIr..boat
T. Sturdfvaut (>f Merry Oak N. C. i \...,.tte Vt'j hit A'aays: \ .ftmgictra : U.8.4.. KitS in plain wrapper, 0:16p.m.arrlTeat Fort Barrancai 7OOp e ; and Heatin
A by espree. flepald, toe Supplies, Cooking ; : civ-. Paint, Oils
t' '8:00 m.arrive at Fort Barrancai 8:46:
: '.Alter 1 had tried many doctor and I
medicine tto10 avail on* of tny -- oola at
-
i and Tinware ana
, friend peruaded me t<> try KoJol. i \OTICK is hereby given that on June 25: ?:1ft.m. arrive at Peneacola._ 8:001. a Agate HoiKd'irnNIiifi! Goods.
t bl' tEN-ACuI.% KLICTK1C TFKMINAL lludp m. arrive at l'entiacolalI:4t p.n
Jt gave immediate relief. I can eat c3 HtlLWAV COMP\SY will aOpl.V to :i:00 p. m. arrive at I'en.acola_ 2:4C p.t. I rAGE t; FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANY .:
' almost anything I want now and UJdlg..tlUnn \" tlieUovernorof he Mlat& of Honda lor let* 5:151 p m arrive at Peniaeola........ 6:.& p o I
I i bi ood. I cheerfully ters patent amending charter t-o that 1:1)1 ip m.&rriveat Pen acoJI_ Tttp. Revere Giant Stitched Belting Northampton Emery '

', recommend Kodol." Don't try to fbli lignitare I* en every box of the genuine tdo fcvcond article thereof iball read as tol- 'S:46p. m. arrive at Peniacola_ I.Soe t Wheel Co., Laftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kil-
, low '
f cur ctomach trouble by dictinp. Laxative Bromo-Quinine .weu "i.>:i general caturr of the business to be Saturday PARK only FOR WEEK DATS. I mine, Iron King and Buck !Stoves and Range, Wm.

That 'nly further wfaken thesystern. the remedy th t rare a cold la "transacted shall betbeacgui.itlon.o i Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Ledther, }Ia"ury'sIade
one day.
Fort Barrancai
Peoiaoola; to and return u
, bbip and operation of a a>>tem of I r"l'l- :\ Railroad Colors.
t t You need whole! llmE'. strengthl "car lints In the City of Pensaoola and \-iclotty Fenacola to Navy Yard and retnrn..... it.Peniaoola .
ftilnir food K'Hiol enables; you to and of a hn>cf railroad from a point to Palmetto Beach and re tarn lit .
I Masonic
i i AMlmilat what you eat by dige-t- Water coolers that do not "in tb"I'/ly I"t'osal'ola to the IVcacola SC2IDAT ICHBDUDB.When Temple. @ Pensacola. Flu.f .

2 Ing It without the nnach's! aid. waste ice, at the Willis polDti"Saw Yard.on the to Barrancas lull of Meilco and to,a all point lathe or weather. permits the running o

: Hr>;U' I'h.trmacJohn sheppard, -founty 01 Etcambia. Florida. and th! ac- I open coscbes.L
r ,.Jdnl'Y. 1 l1hn. hardware Co.'s. I Ijnl ltion.ownertbip and operation of sncntracts avi Peniacol Lv Fort Birranir w. B.
.-. of lands, buildings and other prop- ( I. m. lOam. FFif WRIGHT COmPANY
mllbt'.ln lit. 11 ,
m
.rty a* theopmion of toe directors I m
r'D).Raliam Rtap*the Tickling H beneficial to the aid railroad prop- I p.m. ip.m \ P:

&:4 1111I(1.1 Wit i nm1tUC iii tLII.'v1.l4l. rENNYROYAL PILLS "..rtr for in operation or for the making ofp'fiflts I p. m I II. a.Ip.m \ \ KJi MASCFACTCBERS
\ IN
,. \ ".'. therefrom;aDd the production, cUtributlon p.mI I LL\\ AND DEALERS

: If you wish the very befit I.a4t.' .. .. .,i'. and sale of electric lltbl and: p. m p m. I : = ==,
4( .. CII tcIII.Tsi.: .:"..1.1.,11 por in E.cainbm founty. Klorlda. and ip.m. ( p.m
'. icecreamfl'eeerllt the very -". IR IU D..n1.. ....1.' _... ....... _.., ."taeacquUition.ownerohip and ue of all i, 'p. m. Tp.m LUMBER LATHS
,- > -I". ... : T.L.....,h... H..r_ property real and personal, ..nich maybenectksary I ,
.... ... .. PAll P6 .rJtIlA .
.
lowest the Willis M.b.tieti.a.. .. .t 1..1ta- or expedient toercfor, nod tOe ,
price, '1- K..7.r 7'"- ..., ".1 fr. ieniaeola to art Barraneai 1'IYJ
r"&uIf'O 5 J..rt..I.. T..1aIoII..I.rrl.d .dftlru ot all lawful act requisite for .1- lard and retarn___._____ % ; SAWED CYFEE !fiIKeiES-KIlMrielElp) !
.
"
Hardware Co. \ s4 _-..... feeling tbe atortFaid I j
.. turpo-
can pease -"\..__.t? ....... \loJ:. ,It...... :. .,....... .". ..by...4.. W. H. NORTH UP. fesiaaola... to Palmetto Jitaca ut
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a: 4 ..I.h....( ....I.aI( .. :: l 11'11. ____ 110
imoay"II'
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; : you. 1I..e... .. !!-'iM. e ...... Ulu.. 1'4 fret.d-ct. >" o freight received alter IM p. s>. PENBACOI.A. FLA.



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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA
SATURDAY
JUNE 21 1902.

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'-IfB.O'BEERS ', FIFTH SUNDAY Napoleon's Failure ,


I ELIM ASSOCIATION !:


Guaranteed Pure. None 'So Good. t I To win the Battle of Waterloo was due to his stomach. In his youth I i i.

SOLD EVERYWHERE. MEETING j Napoleon's digestion was perfect. In later life he Differed from dy.* f I
I |! pepsia and indigestion and
I finally died of ;i ,
- --- -- : CANCER OF THE STOMACH. !

USE OF THE MANY MYERS' PENSACOLA LODGE I The fifth Sunday meeting of the i I. tt' When his stomach failed, Napoleon's fortunes declined. Historians i ',1 '

I say he lost the Battle of Waterloo because something' he ate the night 1""

VOTES ACAINST THE PEOPLE TO NOMINATE OFFICERS i Elim Association will be held with '\ I before/disagreed with him so seriously as to render him incapable of I I .;
,
I 1 properly directing his army. In Napoleon's time there wu of '\II
the Pleasant Hill Church June 27, 'Iy known remedy for chronic stomach trouble. Today a certain curt '1' :
Pensacola Lodge, No. 3, K. of P. I \ exists in such s remedy asKODOL '
re Bill No. 28. A Bill to be enAi 23 and 29. The program will be asfoHows i \ i : .

Act to dist will hold its regular meetin Monday ( DYSPEPSIA CURE .1
prevent unjust ? $ ), ) .
: ) Which by digesting what eat the
i in the rates charged for night, June 23J, at 8 o'clock. ( ... and you keeps body properly nourished I iy ,
at the time
j same gives the stomach a chance to rest The process !,; .
:at lon of passengers and Work in the Rank: : of Knight by the JUNE 27TH. '::: 1. of digestion is due to the action on the food of the saliva, gaitria II" .

by railroad companies I juices, and pancreatin a secretion of the intestinal tract. If soy of !f .
carriers Senatorial Team. Officers will be 8 p. m.-Preaching by KCT. J. H.1lcAnallr. r J these elements are lacking perfect digestion is Impossible. Kodol : '
common ando
er #
Dyspepsia Cure contains them all in exact Ib I'
nominated to serve the coming six "\ proportion and consequently V
+t railroad companies and I performs the process of digestion as well as the ..""atllom"h. It
carriers in mouth*. It is specially requestedthat u the ONLY which contains them
mmon this state, JUNE 28TH. preparation ALL and therefore the j It
which
"P' only one digests
r 9'9' other than just and all members be in attendance.
I 10 a. m.-Called to order r' ALL CLASSES J'
OF
: rates and to the Members of by the s FOOD.
e prevent sister lodges and transient ; dE r
I chairman Xo. I Yon don't have to diet. Don't overload the stomach. Don't eat too .
; 101 in
f ; song Gospel
> any rebate, discount, over AUlA
brethren invited fast. But eat III the food ,
cordially to good want in sufficient
you Kodot
.. VIlridr.
.
... ?
and other special terms to hymns; 95th psalm and V ,'/ ill; -'-f Cure will what
attend. prayer by Dyspepsia digest you eat. Thus the body will be sus- i;

orporations, or firms, and to I Dr. D. C. Burson. I biDed. Meantime the stomach will be resting. This rest will soon ,
MONROE CAMPBELL, C. C. "Iim sixty-nine pests old and hue lived her restore it to health. Napoleon's case illustrates the fact that people :
f'-r damages for violating the I 10:20 M sty life," writes W. H. BoweD from Mantua with weak
a. m.-Calling the roll of stomachs often fail in a crisis. The
"' moment nwn'astomach
O. I In a i
H. HOKSLER, K. II. & S.I I was the general merchandise business
:i of this act and to prescribef 1 1I churches and hearing from here for twenty.live years. For year I was is attacked his mental powers are curtailed. The body issustained
procedure of rules and evi- I reports troubled with dyspepsia and Indigestion. I by the food we eat. The stomach distributes it to the various '
SUMMER
I,I EXODUS OF DIPLOMATS, each.I tried everything; but received little benefit until parts of the body. Sometimes the stomach ;
fails to the
digest
: I took Kodol
oil cases Mr. Myers voted! Dyspepsia Cure. I can say truly
I that it is the best remedy for dyspepsia ever put food put into it. Then the work of distribution is interruptedand the
e passage of tnis bill. (Sen- :I:: Many Foreign Ambassadors Will Leave 11 a. to.-The work of the Holy In a bottle. I can eat anything I want now and body left without nourishment. This amounts to complete or partial

al. Page 121123june2t ': Washington Soon for Their Homes ]i 8pirit in the Churches, by Rev. W. who have report recommended the ume It good to results a number mevery of friends case.", starvation. You can't expect much of

A I Washington June 2' .-The usual B. Ioritz and others. I A STARVINC MAN OR WOMAN.

How to Avoid Trouble. summer exiwlus: of the diplomatic body Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures the worst cases of stomach trouble. If you have simply an occasional functional dor

tits tune IK I'ru\'i j" your- ,I I Is shout! to begin in f'arnt'st.mllas.- 1 11 :i5: a, m.-Has the church any I rangement, with belching. fulness or sour rising after meals, a teaspoonful of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will set yof
right at once. It never fails.
radar Camhon will depart for France scriptural tight by which to
f.ttinly with a bottle ofi I governits THEY KNOW ITS MERITS.

i III'" Colic, Cholera and I I Sunday no\t. Ambassador A::;piroz will : members, ? By Itev. J. L. Bryarsand "Bsetngb.ensgreat latterer from In61f! eitlon sad retailing: et Hi for "1 had.trnachtrublesllmylife"says ProprletotEdw.Uebler( .
I go to Mexico some day next week, ant yean and Mat unable to obtain permanent relief 1 molted to try the t'ol.m Warki, .
i K-uinly. It i i-t alino-t others. hodulDrepepalature J ." keys Poitmatter K. H. Randaa.of: Dunlap, .uklad.ofremedies Battling JIll Ptrtde St.. ErIe. PI.,"tod hive tried" ,,
j, :\Iinittpr Briar will start for Denmark I*. "Before I had ned one bottle I knew I bal foundb.t I had Inn* eomulted.ever.idoet'raand: pentcondderabie
be u.fod..j )Iforp the ;?; 11111- 12:30-Recess for dinner. Ivokedfor. After a few bottlea I was cured of .orene..In my il Je that money Cure trylnj lad to get t moment'l peice. Finally I real of Kodol Vjfpepitt
and Minister Piola : bought t trial bottle. I have used
for Switzerland 1 (even! now and
had not been free
from for
than ten l.m
and if cuwl more better
v-r j>r) nltwyu ; years today can say with the greatest ittUftctlon tbat I never found tu
a trip t<, town in the I II about the same time. 1:40 k p. in.-Devotional exercises MV than irked In years of life.and"consider that Kodal Dyspepsia Cur baa siren 11I0. I curing.t m&<:11 troubl 1 Itdlf recommend It." eijuil tut

i your miietf...."11. Itw'ifrf MinisterVu has received Chinese led, by Jesse Jordan. i( Pupa,," by E. C.D.Witt A Co.Chicago. The 11.00 80",. contains 2u' 11"1" much (Df actual measurement) at the trial tilt I
admitted to be the newspapers containing copies of the ![ which tells for 60 cants.
..ful! nifilicin* in U.p for edict( which announced his j I! 1:55 p. m.-Has a Missionary Bap-
appoint-j KODOL DYSPEPSIA
.,; : iii ta. It'h ff.rcl.iUrn> CURE DltvEJ38EAwTAT
:\.. f-itiulv r atford tjt ,, merit as on* of the ministers to adopt |, list church a scriptural right to re- I II i

it Fur *:alc by all drug- a codo of foreign laws to the Chinese 'II |I tapractices members in full fellowship who '

J :;-diilneFotey's drat r4. I but he has not yet received Tail-IDol It O\rr Ootnldr. OR. MOPFETT'i Cures Cholera-Infisliia,

the edict itself.'! The minister is not oppose supporting mission work? "She nlwyslaId; !.preferred to be y 1 Diarrhott.DyscnUry I I.

Kianey Cure sure If the assignment! would involve I By Rev. A. h. J. Countryman. the wife of one of the plain ru-ople but # the Bowd Troubles oft

nukes kidneys and bladder ricrht. his return to China as much of firework :3p.m.-Has the church the right they say tho man she married is heir fd I Children of Any Ag,.
j Aids
y Digution, l
- might bp done here j I to n fortune.Still ." BAf CTHIHG.POWDIRS) ejulatti

.(X/ i II to retain members who buy, sell, she's got her wish nil rl_ht. I the Bowels, Strengthen*
the Child and Mikes
PUBLICITY FOR Rechtin Renews His Bond. !' work and ride on trains on the Sabbath : 'i never saw a homelier chap than he Is .... ,. ". Costs Oolj 25 cents at Druggists, TEETHING EASY

Washington. June 2'-Henry Uech, 'I' ? By Rev J. L. Bryars, J. H. [,i In my life."-Chicago Ileeordllerald.Xo Or Bill 25 cuts to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D. ST. LOUIS. MO.
('olsunfmsia. .
THE PEOPLE tin. ftf Cincinnati, who was arrested t Dtt. C. J. JIOFFETT-Dear Doctor H. Aup.E1Ib7Y.
B. pare voter 1'11'111.4Tpt'thlnfl
McAnally, H. Skinner I.
Spence, MoirtterH) to little
health our grand child
ypatonlay, on a charge of rnisappru- j good unless the kidneys were with the happimt fffevfn
( j J. L. Taylor, A.1.. Lowery, J. E. are' sound. Foley's Kidney Cure Irf' "'almosetmapieefaudeertainlymoresaUalactoratdaaruns. anuihtHlt
pnatin $7.0W funt's in his care as I :t<*r< Your sera ,
bCr Mora Costs: lOll Cent truly JOHEfll N. KEY
) a makes the kidnpy; right W. A. (tote Bishop Southern
end Every Wrrd is heed disbursing officer of the department nIl I | Holley, A. S. J. Countryman, J. T. D'Aleiaberte t. Palafox. Jtethodiat Church.) litHtorvf tit. Inset Church

By' b er hoJy.1OVI justice today waived examination i in Fillingim, J. XX'. Day and other. --- -- -- -- -- -- TIME TABLE.
the police! court and renewed his bon-1 i]
. + 5 p. InAdjourn..
of lio.onn. The rase the
now goes to '
.\ TU LIN1). 7:45: -Song and The Beer LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IN .
n. ,. ___ .. ..___ grand Jury. i I p.m. prayer service EFFECT DECEMBEH 1,19u1

"\TOV \ T '' I.1 \S-On bOUol'bol furniJjl led by L. C. Bowman. '
.. i'ow. and all kind* of per Ready to Yield. I New Orleans and Mobile.
S That
forms 1' m.-Hearing reports of our Made@
ton St
> t i< easy nciB.itm -----
eacY: .. ....d. -\pplyto.\\.I, "I used DeXVitfs Witch Hazel
.' .. missionary, HeJ.. XX' Day and ,o.4. o.4. I ISO.!. : No.1. I" .
901'4- i slat! I strert.MOXK ; No1. No'
alve for and found it certain
piles :
:
a 'I"Ij a 12:1 m I 11:05 p Leave ..... Pl\nneolaArrlY8 6:00 a ( If)) 11:00
- -- --- : S. R. Meredith Willow discuion; by all. NISI: a 2:7 p ; 1:112 a Leave".... ..Iomaton...... Leave 2:3. a' 2:80 p 7 = P
> \Don I improved real e9- cure. says 1110': a I'J:: p 25. a Leave .... Mobile ... Leave p ; P
I DNEI I I2:9o 1:15
SS tR r : IIOG
D'ti D
,. Del. rAMa U ..... I p
Grove
Operations ;
unnecessary 1':80 .
a r "1111111 amounts at lowrat..lof 9 p. m.-Adjourn. M:2ip a Leave .N w lIrleon' Leave Nikrp I 'I':25a: .
r: i nil on Lxslia K. Brooks toturepilM. They always yield to I
attorney at in i I. :!. alftfoi Ht., risberSmlm DeXVitts: Witch Hazel Salve. Cures North. tNo.
baljdreg JUNE 29TH.
skin diseases;; all kinds of wounds.: I. -IdVICTORIA-

TO-1>.\ i -l o you need money? Accept no counterfeits. Hargist 'i I 9 a. m.-Song and prayer service I, lIo'ipm. 9. 12Iip No.: 1.m I Leave.._ Pensacola .....Arrive 1:00pm So. I i I 1IIlam No.( I. {
MONEY borrow any amount you wan Pharmacy, John Sheppard; Hidney ;ljam d; ipm Arnv6.\tontgomeryJ.eave 11l am i IIMpDl
terms .and lowest rates Kahn. jledby D. M. Merritt. |! 11:511 a m 0nr1 pm arrive.. Birmingham 1.l'&ve KtIa: m 1:06 p m
ID11I'lIere obtmnsbV,on proved city real i iI I 7:05pm 3JoIam Arrlve_,Nashville _Leave ....... I _
Mtaie-from Wm. ttsberZuej Houtb falatoxicreet. j I 9:30 a. m.-Is the church responsible 1 MADE BY ACME BREWING I 2;*) a m 9:18 a m Arrve-. Loalsville .Leave 015 pm I 4:45 a m
CO. 'I'Oam 11511
a m
in-ti Arrlve..ClnelnnaULeaYe 6:01
Watching for Miss Bartfiel Slayer. for the Sunday school? By J. : 7:20am: I:0)pen Arrive ,Ht. LoalS .....Leave 4lapm p m J 11:15pm
5i56pm
YOU WANT TO BORROW MONEY Memphis) June 2'').-A Scimitar sp,,'- : ; BEst 10-CBXT BOTTLE BERK
\ UVMt money,Insure your property pro- < ial from Meridian, Miss., gays: Hv-/i A. Godwin and others i' IS TOWN.DANNHEISSER. PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.

eanabftrMti,rent property of title of any buy detcnption or sell real, bavenatt esUM cry offic-er in this section Is guarding! 10:20' a. n: -XX'ho should first enlist i No. 91-Daily So. a-Vally I So atop where time not shown 10. l-Dllly: (No. 99-Dally 1

collected or your tatee attended to, the roatls and trains looking for tlw in| the :Sunday school work? By E. BROS IlM p m 1)1: a m L"ave..._ P..n.acoll.Arrlye 10:1\11 ,
eall on or address Thos. c. Watson A Co. pm 8:80 p ID
1:1:1:1: night 7:1:1" .. .. 1I0bemia... "
murderer! AGENTS
assailant and of Miss Bail FOR THE CELEBRATED 10:81"
BealJltate: and Insurance agents PeDIaeolll'l. H. Adkison r. H. Grimlar and l'a': I" 7:10\ ... \"nle8lra....... 101\1" 8:04"
.. Charge moderate. To everyoaewllo field at Luak. Choctaw county Alt.. 1I": :; 'I'li H ........scambla. .._. 10:12": 8:01"
buys a lot from us we will lend money I I. I Harper? fiistey.Main It.g.') ..... 1\57"
an in'i-nor i.on.t.! Tile la.ly' :3 thets.d' I 1':15" .... Mulat ......._. 11):1:1" 11:14'
with which to build a house. Hd-tt oung : 12\II"! .. ...
: 'I';:i" .... Harp .. ... 10:11" I
--- was found with her throat cut, The Bleaker: will be limited to ten House; -401 rt. Palafox street. i.e: ) 7,Jj;) .... ......... GaltCity.......: 10.15 6.n 60) "'
12.4" ...... ..
L'LOCC'1'ION.._ the evidence! showed that she bili: I' minutes each. R. R. Exchanze,P. Union Depot 1:30: am"7:3' .. (mood Milton Range.... "" 10:10. ... "" 52') I

BEATRICE WIIITK will continue made a da;> -tate fight! : before yielilin:; I P. O. Box 2.*I. Pt>acola, Fla. I 1:5' '1.15" .. ...... ...- HolU .... ...... .. 1I:8 'I 1i5 15.: ",. .
MISS elocution through the summer life and honor. The crime has been II :2tJ a. Missionary i Sermon by Phones 116 2I-S. I 2'i "" 5:3): I" ".. ........ lfllIlan ...,.- a II\!) 111 "
month in the unday bcbool room of 2:55 :::\.i" ------.Crestview......._ 11:13 1:00, .. I
traced Chart Itpv } H. 8:1'11" i.iII"! ........11 Land ... I'
thel'nlveraallst church gestated by MUi to a negro named t. Skinner of Atmore. : I eer 9:56 3M "
Olga White who baa recently returned 8tI" 1Ild" ...... Mossy Head ...... 81 al 1
from school. In connection with the elocution Odom. l'i:20 p. m.-Collection for miStOn9. -- 4It9 11:3. _IJe1-'nnlak8prlngL. KIi .' 2:13 "
II: I 9:44 It ...._.. j
..
they will teach a summer school, Argyle __ Ts4 2:31 "
beginning Monday.J sane' 2t. li\Jiw It's a Mistake 4.4); ,II:61' .". ..Ponce de Leon. 7II':: 2:11 "
Two Negro Murderers Hanged. I 61'101" lead' ., ..WeatvlIhl._._ 7:17" j'
1:1'
Baltimore June 20-Frank Jones I 12:30 p. m.-Rpcesj for dinner. l\lJ'I". lIJU' .. ...- l'ary\'lIIe.._. 1:111>5""
MALE lIELP \VANTJ3W.TANTED I 1ItI.: 111101' "_Ionlfay...._ "
i
and John Johnson, negro murderers j 2:20 p. m.-Song, "How Finnfit' a I 6U()I" 10:11": _.,. .lhlpJ@y. .. 7a"I I 1:21"1:01": t
I /1$1" sass _..:..cononasle.- "
First-Class ..
"\ -Men to learn barber trodnewfleldtoroargraduatra. e, of Israel Radetsw. 9, Ilebraw peddl : Western Beef I Is 7:00" U:25 ...,_...MarlanDa... 11x9 coos
We Foundation"by the choir and I dI)) It:11 "
want hanged in the ElllpkJy prayerby 7:10": 111: ......... i
were frl Cypress "
VM at once, best ever otr..rl'd.elllbt MJffij. 5x9: i 11:15
proposition Not 25 Cents Pound. 7:41 I1:52 .,.,,, I aID
a
T. W. Ficklin. .OraDd Rldge "
: Itl.: It
weeks prepares you for tit: w'er City. near Baltlmore-at1" fc10ck this j 1M '. 12:05; noon ,. 11:22
Jobs. Wrttetoday, Molar UarberNew ('oU..ge, Mneads 11:21" lU:5tl. I I
Orleans, La. J.tf: morning. 2:30 p. m.-Preaching by Rev. J. 8:15" U:15" -\rrlyeRIYerJanetlotlLeave 5:10" 10:: I"

I ]Look at our Prices : ---- ---- ------- .

FOR 1-4 A j_ic. Fire Destroys Rugby N. D. I, W.Day. Lityear. Now -GOLAY I .CHOICEBT- -
+ ={ :
Rugby. 1. I).. June 20.-Fire earl I 3'Up.m.-Adjourn0 ; j Extra Loin. .... .. loc to 18c 20c i l:1

IXIR I' the HALE-Tbe city on easy most terms desirable, by the IoU Klsher In today destroyed the business portion 7:43 p. m.-Prayer service, U. H. 'Round' 1 ...... ..... ... 15c loc Grist and Corn I -oF-

K.al Eitate Agency, 204 J.i Mouth:: Falafoi of the town. Loss $l0OL0; partiallyinsured. Brisket and Chuck. He lOc Meal railts.1
street. l alm Grimlar. j jS Rib Roast ..... . loc 13c I ;

1'or lie-ill. I I pP. ni.-Preaching by Rev. J. W. 1 Ramp ..... ..... ., loc 15c I Jd,.<. F. GONZALEZ & CO., f FRUITS ANOCONFECTIONERY( Y i

........... -- I I Day. Considering quality, above pricesare :' Manafaotcreri
U yFORTWOnicely furnished rooms at Whooping Cough. i cheaper than in any other city of CHOICE MEAL AND PUUEGKOUND -AT- t
South Spring street al4ttAgen's 8:50 p. m.Adjourn by singing; I this size in the country. STOCK
My little f-on had attack of' FEED. I
- --- -- an
---- We do have
"God be with You Till We Meet to pay more for our fatroalte Home C.
whoopin cough and was threatened | ladattry for there U APOSTLE'S

-.--- --......,....,..'antt-d.-.,.,- -...,. with pneumonia ; but for Chamberlain's again.; 1 i t than meats formerly and have, but it to isn't charge our fault more, every Stock reason teed from you the should Home bay Manufacturer your Meal and I ,

\\'!" TED-" good solicitor; mil pay Cough Remedy we would and low for by 10 doing you encourage home Indui- H East
Gorera
we are selling
>. good cOlllmlb lon 19 right one. Ad- have a serious time of it. It also I Benediction by Rev. J. L. Bryars. i | as as we possibly try. Your money It left la the community eat St., I
H office.A muff can. and
care tlm I you in tarn are Indirectly benefited.
saved him tram several attacks of i A cordial invitation !Is extended to In loitering the borne manufacturer yon Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand i .
,
WANTII). croup.-H. .1.I STKICKFAUEX, editor ,' 'i i I PARLOR MARKET contribute to the cause of labor. You owe
-- -- WorW-IfcraM. Fair Haven. Was!! h. !''all to attend this meeting. t It to the community In wD3h! you live ana One carload of Pineapples 11.75 I '.
\ \STElI-.I' young men from Ksi i' whloh contribute to roar tapport. to $2.00 dozen. I .
< For sale by all druggists and medicine Phone 173. Jno. S. Hell & Sons. per
fttnlna county at once to prepare for j D. 1\1. J\I ERRITT,
-., i the Government Herrlce. A p- dealers. I I
..r-toliale torre 1 nst.. Cedar RAPlijlm' I j P. M. PBITCHETT, Chairman. ; -- -- - -- -- -
Johann Most Sentenced. I I

\\ >;T1UAflratcisanorsaaliasesgi't 10 New York, June 2
.. .. Apply to WpitzerAtiulc.l who was convicted on a charge that I t
East Garden street I'. O.
I'* !'ia ola. "'Ia. t"J'tA he printed an incendiary article in a ,

newspaper conducted by him wa GOOD HEALTH i

1\ h i WASTKItbya bov You'll find willing hint at 15-year-:So, *, sentenced today to s rve one year in R E. BRAWNER'S.

trden street. JUtf the penitentiary. The article was Can only be obtained by keeping ( d !
'-- the blood and the digest10n
pure
\\ + IKD-Fresh yard eggs at \1i:k printed at the time President McKlnley ;
perfect. For this
\c ),tle'. Kestaurant. was shot. The case was carried t'1'' purpose 'i

\\. ANTKU-A1I kinds o( empty beer the court of appeals, which ('onfirmeJ' was HOSTETTER'SSTl15fA'fBITTERS introduced fifty years ago $-For Seven Days we will Offer the Following Prices:-(0) r I f ";

bottUs. H.A.FKIBSHAH. ooTttfll the Judgment of the lower court. : and to-day it is recognized as I

"-ll>> \''ulltccl->Iale.A I ICarnegie's the leading health restorer in : "
Benefactions. the world. It will cure DYSPEPSIA I 20 doz Men's French Neck, drop- 200 Pair Men's New Orleans Sewed You should look at our line of J"

\ S !'KD; -Trustworthy person In each j BILIOUSNESS, FLATULENCY ; stiched, undershirts for 2Jc; ; drawers ,, or Cable Screwed: Shoes for this sale, Ladies' High and Low Cut Shoes ; t ,
June 20. Andrew Carne- J
ity to aianage buetnesso'd estabouie London. i match. solid
to leather.
solid financial standing | AND MALARIA, FEVER AXD $1.20; We can save you money.
; benefactions! in the of libraries :
bona fide weekly ca< eck each Wednesday, with all exDirect are of almost daily ()('curren/.o. and Plain, Silk Finished, Balbrigan 175 PainIen's:: Hand Sewed Vicl lards: Lawn, fast colored, ; i _:
from headquarters Kid Shoes in four different worth 8 2C, close at 6c yard. t.f,'
; money HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH shape
Today he offered the burgh of Patrick Undershirts at 45o each drawers to
;
A
> < for expends. Manager :tree Tax- t 500 X-Bar
dI toes; regular $1, for this sale $2.95 a Muslin, regular 7ff .tJ'U
Chicago. ji.UlIIW 1: match.
--- near Glasgow 10.000 provided ii111- BITTERS. i pair. goods, to close at 4J!=c yard. JH-i
--- -= |
officials undertook to conduct the : ; 10 doz Men X-Bar Undershirts, .
l'OULTltY. 1,000 yards Unbleached
-. - - ..... brary under the provisions of the Dub- : worth 50c' for !<)c ; drawers to match. I have bought the full line of I e 7y- to close at 4c.. Domestic I 4$Jj':
,
S.' d..: COMB BROWS LKGHORN8 lie libraries act. i 25 lioz Men's Scriven Patent, seam Pou Co. boys' shoes that I will close 1 (0) yards Best Check Gingham I j!
JI
iMrely. stock and Egg for sale. ,
st ders at HardwareCo's. 19 stfIIAIU PROFESSIONAL CARDS > 'side drawers, worth 65c, for this gale out at cost. fast colored, regular 7c goods, for I p, ;

I' :39c. 125 pair Boys' Easy Walker, this sale 5c. '; ':'
regular
GO(){)""'
GRAND SURF BATHING 3 doz Boys Extra Size Pants 12 to 50c goods, to close! at 35c pair. 10 pieces White and Red Table P
'l"I .I\KA1I BEIRVEMannfactnrerand W. C. ROWE, M. D. |! 17 years, worth $I a pair, for this sale Linen, regular 40c goods, to close at ,4'?!

A dealer in Hair Goods, Hats. eat Office 173 S. Palafox. I' 50c. i 75 pair Men's Low-Cut Patent 25c yard. No one over 5 yards. ''J
arHotrOlieto.,89W.0overnm EXCURSION SUNDAY
street We carry a fall line of Boys'WashPants. Leather Shoes we have been selling 30 pieces Medicated 21-inch Cotton f

s ___ _--= I 1 Hoars from. 8to9s.mandl: ta8p.m Call and see them. at $2. t) pair, to close at f 1.75 pair. Diaper, worth 85c, for this gale 60c. S
Flln\'t'r. For Kunertilx. aDd after o'clock I ? .
The biff;:\ ;*; ea-going tug: Simpson willrun ( -
l iTToiTT'UMSK'ALS
list fleep 'WK"Jrcptiy in bouquets special furnished designs an excursion Sunday, June 22, ph ono Q3. This Sale will Positively Not Run Longer Than Seven Days. l
,Vjoiette Moreno,8 West Gregorys to the Life Saving Station and trip t;
0 dlm out in the Gulf of Mexico. Plenty ] PARKER'SHAIR


-CUT- 'LO'V.EHM.- - --- ....-.- of sire time to will go be in given surf bathing those who; Boat de- 1! [Clrpee.Promote tad I liuamnl\xtabfxt BALSAM gores* halt Remember the place, F. E. Brawner's, Candidate for County Treasurer .

( T FLOWERS and Floral Leelg ns- leaves foot of Palafox street wharf at I| Inner Ttilt to Beotora decay
I HAlt' to tti Youthful Color. I

\'q;::is caa Spzctaidesiens* Yiolett Moreno ordered, 8West for customer Ureg 29d1 yes ry,. 2:30 for:; round p. In trip, returning, 35 cents.at 6:30.2oj2t Fare I ICwvtnp We,.:n,=igl05 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.sggfc







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THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA FLORIDA.'SATURDAY, JUNE g1 1E02

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:':f.i : I I mandates annual of report.the charter and madean BULKHEADING The I World's Best Sam- "StroR<


I II II I That the Pensacola DAILY NEWS Politics and
I : Jledieine.PAINE'S The 42d Annual
filer
Statement
fr
I has no contract with the city for BAYOU CHICO fear
I Ending December 31it, 1001
KiUrtd at the Ton Office. at p*niacola'i I any share of the "pap," as he la nfI
ssutr.i
JTUn feeond-clMi I I pleased to call it. Politicians.
TNT I f (EQUITABlE
-i 11 fila/oi OFFICE meet:-PUfi, Dr-italr Building, 211X Booth I I That neither Mayor Jones or any An application before the late I CELERY.

j member of his administration authorized meeting of the county commhsioneta i I

THE KENS PUBLISHING CO. : an official publication of from the president of the Pen a- COMPOUNDHas un n BRJH f ZOGIEIY.

t Term: Invariably in Advances the mayor's annual report in THE i The East End Democratic- Club I cola Terminal Company, requesting I

Oaf Year by kai1.-...___tS 00 I' NEWS.fbatTHsNEVfs. I will bold another one of their interesting 'permission to place additional balk- Assets .... ............ .|;33)cTJO; !

____.__ S r.u
Biz Month Chico, was Reserve and other Liabilities
will not be paid club heading at Bayou
ODe Week by Carrier Payable Monday 10 meetings at their room Made People Well When .... ....... ...... .. 259.'
one cent for publishing the mayor's Tuesday night, to which ail democrats favorably acted upon and the hers Q.!

Airtrli.i" tales Furnished on Application report, bat, being an important are Invited. Everybody enjoys I mission so requested was granted in Every Other RemedyHas Surplus(from which Dividends -

I ... . .
I Iur I are paid) r1 l'iw.t:
TELEPHONE NO. III. document, of interest to all the I b the meetings of the East End the form of a resolution, a copy of Failed. !. : ";

people, it printed it as a matter of Club. which was forwarded to Capt. W. H. Paid to Policy.holders in
1901.... ............ .. ..f 27ea.
that its readers might of the company. | Paine's Celery Compound cures
president
E' so many Northup,
{ l. whose of New Insurance in 1901..J 21. s II", ,
The candidate for office public disease! It bas saved the lIVes 7
L l't posted as to how the money of Capt. Northup, when asked re-1(I]sufferers. It has made the weak Total Insurance in force
record will not fear the searchlight
he tax-payers is being expended.That gardiog the matter this morning, of public scrutiny in this campaign purifies
,' Celery Compound
L PEIBAOOLA, JUNE 21, 19,2., bad the Pensacola Press stated that the company would com- Notwithstanding the greater fiuan.
the blood and builds the nervous
is in a bad way. The peopleare "' up cial strength of the Society aua the
shown! sufficient enterprise or inter mence at once upon the undertaking i system as nothing else can do; it isI which
sure to tell him at the polls July the life greater security its P..IICV-
ANARCHISTS of Paterson N. J., est in keeping its readers posted on and expected to push the work to1 I pre-eminently maker. great giver holders thereby enjoy, the RATES:
health
15 to back and sit downbutnot I and are LOW and GUARANTEES
go way
hand in thuilk"mills bets
i { are taking a matters of real interest, it could rapid completion. I Overworked and tired women than other
ter
given
strike; little awed, evidently, by the in the official chair. stand in urgent need of this health by compel leKNOWLES .+
have secured a copy of the mayor'sannual The bridge spanning this water *
make and
anti-anarchist legislation in Con. giving prescription to

gress.MOBILE'S. report for publication just as Editor Mayes of the Journal in his was originally 600 feet long, but keep them well. All women should
take advantage of the remarkable BROS.
THE NEWS obtained it. since first built it has been bulk- ,
easily as
excellent speech Thursday night power of this beet of medicines for

."f' has immense somewhat shipyard toward project He might, too, have learned that truthfully !said that the mission of the headed until at present it is but 300 restoring vigor to the blood and General Agents,
grown strength to the nervous system. Thee
the point of realization. The comI the Pensacola Press has been givena Democratic League was two-fold- feet long. This 300 feet will b all-important thing for nervous, rundown 309 S. Palafox St.. PENS.v Ii.A

pany has acquired a tract of land at lot of the city's job printing to do Education and Organization. It is shortened one-half, leaving a creosoted and sleepless women is thatPaine's

I Alabama Port, on the bay betweenthe and that it has received deal of 150 feet Celery Compound fortifies
a great bridge a protection FISH CHOWDER
the the true
educating masses upon the whole physical system, and by
city and the gulf, and is now off more of the city "pap" than THE I inwardness of the issues of this campaign for the county bridge a short distance \ correcting digestion and regulating
fering l.OOU lots to raise money for | the nerves: it insures sound, rEfreshIng
II t the erection of its plant. NEWS has received. and it is effecting: a strong organization to the westward and also l sleep. In every case of sickness BY THE SEA SHORE
I
J I ___ But, perhaps, "Fair Play" did not : in every precinct of the furnishing additional safety on account I Paine's Celery Compound completely -
"THE beet sugar republicans," i and permanently brings back
wish learn the truth. I
says the Louisville Courier-Journal, to county which gives assurance that of being more substantially 'I i health. Sirs Mary M. Slyer=, B.il-
-- ---- '-- timore Ohio saved Paine's Celery r At the Santa Rosa Hurt t
constructed.This by j I
'have clearly shown that they are THAT UKNMS AFFIDAVIT.Insofar I the candidates of the people will be Compound after the failures ofI ,
establishment .
I
willing to destroy the republican elected by a bU majority July 15 work will cost a great deal, ,I able physicians, gratefully writes asI the notedFrank

party rather than yield any portionof as the afflJavit made by F. next. but the company is very anxious to I I follows Maura, will give mu -

the tariff subsidy which they en W. Dennis. Jr., and published in provide the most safe means ofj!!,I nervous"I suffered prostration for eight and the years general with celebrated fish chowders t'\.- '"

joy through that party." Let them. yesterday's Pensacola Press relates I "I did not know W. B. Lamarvery transporting its patrons and will debility common to women, and had (I day at 5 o'clock p. m. onshore : I
do it. Ho much the better for the '
uch in back that I could
s pains
my :
democrats. to I. B. Hilson personally, Mr. Hil- weU, !'aid observant citizen make this and other improvementswhen I not get around the house. I used I( beach The steamer r

son will no doubt deal with )Ir. Dennis last night, "but I am now convincedthat conditions and circumstances I several remedies and consulted evjeralofthe prise will leave Palafox w, ,
REAR ADMIRAL: ENUICOTT chief I best without
I physicians
in his own when he next he is the proper man to !send to justify. 2:30 p. m. every Sunday m- '
way relief. ,
obtaining Paine'aCelery i
of the bureau of yards and docks, in I I any ---
comes to Pen sa cob. congress. I have noted with interest ----- Compound restored me to health. I
reply to complaints of Senator Tillt
i Happy lime in Old Town. "I also want to say to all mothers FRESH YARD EGGS WANTED.
man of in the But in the the frantic but futile efforts of I
delay re-establish I ju tice to printers employed I that Paine's is
Celery
Compound
"We felt very happy," writes R. !j jN. I a Bring them all to Nick .
t ment of the Port Royal dry dock and I by THE NEWS, the manage i,I the Myers forces to find something Bevill, Old Town/Ya., "when ,: splendid" medicine for their chit Restaurant. Allo-
naval station at Charleston, has declared I J dren.
ment of this paper will state that l I to say about him that would turn I Buckleu's Arnica Salve wholly I
that "there is not enough of I
t despite Mr. Dennis' oath to the contrary I votes away from him, and I must cured our daughter of a bad case ofI Grass Shears that will either salt
water or fresh water at I
Charleston for naval station no printer employed by this i I say that any man who has been i in scald head." It delights all who :[ DEATH LAST NIGHT I close, at the Willis Hardware

"hence he has public life as long as he has without I use it for Cuts, Corns, Bruises, Ulcers Co's.
poses. declined to ever bolted the union.
; pro.j paper i.I Eruptions. Infallible for Piles. !!' _
ceed to establish the station. making one mistake that his OF A. G. TUTTLE
This case is still fresh in the memory op Only 25c. at W. A. D'Alemberte's | ICECOLDVATERMELONS: A i

do not for those the new in station-like power seek a Pensa-location of the people, but as all of them ponents can use against him, must drug store, 121 Kouth Palafox.: |I THE GARFIELD ICE CO'S.Foley's : .

cola that may not have as good memories aMr. s indeed be a clean, clever and competent { Mr. A. G. Tuttle of Montgomery,
really possesses the neces Honey and Tar contain j
farT requirements? Dennis makes oath he has, we man-a man just, honest and I j STEEDMAN STEED MAN Ala., died late last night at his home i nt! opiates and can safely be give

--- well to battle for the best I j That is the 5c I in that after illness of I' 'to children. W. A. D'Alemberte
Now that the will say that Mr. Dennis. and a few equipped I Cigar with the Band. city an several 121 H. Palafox street.WWW&XW&.
senate has
Spooner substitute for the passedthe of his. followers, members of Pensa interests of the people who most II See Premium List. ;> ; weeks. He was the father of D'I i -- --- -
Hep --- -- -

burn Nicaragua canal bill, leavingthe cola Typographical Union Ne. 293, need representation." i G. tI. Tuttle and Mrs. J. G. Heard of I &&?

choice of routes to the president, without cause, without trial, and I I LATE TRAINS i: this city, who have been at his bed-
: If that Modern School of Scandal,
the house has the opportunity of its I :side the week.
,
past
the
illegally, expelled printers em &
i existence to secure the I the Mallory-Myers club, permits i ...NEW... gPENSACOLA
commencement ployed by THE NEWS from the union TWICE A WEEK i I Dr. Heard left on the noon train
of work on the canal by prompt i I any more speeches! of the Lindrum-
and circulate inflam-i, fir Montgomery to attend the fu-
proceeded to I
ly accepting the substitute. The republicans !' Hudson type, Mr. Mallory may i In i
would thus :get; the credit matory and false circulars seeking !'I neral. EMVIt I I20c
I. s self-defen have to ask that they Beginning on next Tuesday night
vt inaugurating this great work, the to injure THE NEWS. Their: efforts ,i j i Mr. Tuttle had visited this city
omit his name from the hypenatedtitle and continuing every Tuesday and I
: president, in order to consummate : failed of effect I several times and had many friends
such credit, would be impelled to' i iI of the club-and no one could Thursday nights throughout the
The expelled printers appealed here who will regret to learn: of his
sign the bill and to make an early blame him. summer season, a late train will be r

election of the route, and the de I their case to the International Typo THE POLITICIAN. put on by the Terminal Company I death. ---- -- .IU C1I'Y

mand of the population of the coup graphical Union and an organizerwas I j Ladies Can Wear bliors
the
leaving city at 8 p. m., and returning I
;ry for a canal would be compliedwith. sent here to investigate the case. i "My Family Doctor" I : one size smaller after using Allen's KootKttse For Six Days Only
leaving Fort Barrancas ..
at ,
powder to be shttktn Into the those
Blue Island, 111., Jan. 14,1'JUl.
He found that the 1C makes tight or newtboes feel
printers em j eaty;give
.I Messrs. ELY BROS.:-I have u-ed i 10 p. m., giving pleasure seekers am instant relief to corns and bunions. ll'e AT

THE Starke Telegraph heartily en ployed by THE NEWS were good, your Cream Balm in my family for I II pie time to visit friend the |' tbe greatest comfort discovery of the age
on reservation Cures and prevents swollen feet, blisters,
dorses the suggestion of THE I nine years and it has become my I II callous
NEWS true and loyal union men. That and tore Allen's Koot-Kate MUSIC GO'S
for the of family doctor for colds in the head. and enjoy themselves at nth Isacertiin cure for swtatlng bot. aching .
use a of i
part the Indianwar there had been no breach of union ,I I use it freely on my children. It is left. At all druggists and shoe stores, i:c. t
claims in places on the line. These trains Don't accept any substitute. Trial package
the
money erection of
a Godsend to children as they are I 37 S. Palafox St.
rules in this office. That the men FItNEbymail. AddrrstlAllentl.Ulmetrd, t
a governor's mansion and the prep I troubled more or less. will also be a great convenience for i Le troy,!Ii. Y.ICECOI.D.

aration of a creditable exhibit at the I were paid union wages. That THE I I I Judge Yours for respectfully yourself., A J. KIM trial BALL size many people who have offices in the iI I{I WATERMELONS l
tit. Louis
exposition but NEWS had always advocated,
also sustained
advocates be had for the small of 10 and who THE
;I can sum city many times cannot get GARFIELD ICE COB.THE : .
the establishment of a state and defended union print(cents.!I I Supplied by druggists ori
university. The mailed Brothers St! WarrenSt. through their business in time for I
Cocoa Ely
by ,
and Roc k i
He ordered that these PENSACOLA CONCERT
t _Jjrdge> News iu-ists that the funds pies. printers i ., New York. Full size 50 cents. the regular 6:30 p. m. train, now I 134 134 134 134 134
restored BAND WILL GIVE A DANCE AT .. .
bhould be be to membership in the i 'J-& r..s: 'oj
given to the public school maintained. I
A permanent annual union, which was done. THE PENSACOLA CONCERT !i' i MAGNOLIA BLUFF TUESDAY 134 <| -|S- 134
encampment To furnish additional i ii
I BAND WILL GIVE A DANCE AT attractions
'. ,I fund for the state troops, and the ex Evidently Dennis' prejudiced MAGNOLIA BLUFF TUESDAY I i the company will soon provide bath-'j NIGHT; TICKETS !) TRAINS ,? Anton's Telephone, .

tinguishment the public bonded stronger than his memory. NIGHT. TICKETS AND TRAINS; |i' SAME AS FOR THURSDAY 134 4 It Is for Public U-e; 134
debt are among the suggestions that' SAME AS FOR THURSDAY ,I ing places at points along the line, NIGHT CONCERTS. ) TKJT <

NIGHT CONCERTS. and this is to become VpV V W W .' ** '
have been made "In the multitudeof Virulent Cancer Cured. I expected quitea V
----- I II
i Of All Hot Weather Enemies 134 134 134 134 134
counselors "
is wisdom. feature during the hot weather.
. Startling proof of a wonderful advance
--- -- ST. JOHN'S DAY of humanity cholera is the worst I -
11 is given by druggist G. W. Iy
,
I II
EiPORTERS will be interested i in For biliousness use Chamberlain's' Treatment to be effective must be'

the provisions of the "London dock Roberts of Elizabeth, W. Va. An I Stomach & Liver Tabl ts. They prompt. When vomiting, purging'y iSkJH
old man there had long Buffered with CELEBRATION and sweat announce thai the dis-
charges bill,"passed by the I cleanse the stomach and regulate'the i
senate on what 'I liver and bowels, ease is present, combat it with Perry
doctors incurable
good pronounced effecting a' a
Monday last. The bill provides thatno I I I II I quick and permanent cure. For Davis' Painkiller. All bowel troub-1 I BICYCLES

master, agent or owner of any cancer. They believed his' j Next Tuesday, June 24h, is St. sale by all druggists ana medicine lea, like diarrhea, cholera morbns.i j !
I case hopeless till he used Electric j' and
I vessel transporting goods from the I |j John's day, and the colored Masonicorders dealers. t dysentery are overcome by Pain
,,.. United State to foreign shall I j j Bitters and applied Buckleu's Ami-i i, i killer. It j is equally health-promo'- '
ports
[ of the city are preparing to. in all elitnates.PROFESSIONAL.
; \ ing
insert in the ca Salve, which treatment complete-j j j
bill of lading or other BATHE AT BOCART'S I.rvvvvvvvvr.Big ..\
II.r cured him. When Electric Bitters appropriately celebrate the day.
clause
agreement any whereby heshall : i
be relieved from liability for I are used to expel bilious, kidney They will all consolidate on that day I II CHIROPODISTE.
Stock :
Ail Kinds
and microbe poisons at the BATH
loss or damage arising from negligence same I and with the highest! grandeur possible HOUSE St. Clair Thomas will remove '

fault or failure in proper delivery time healing this power salve, exerts blood its diseases matchless, skill I will parade the streets in the corns, bunions and ingrowing nail I i All Prices!

of any goods committed to I eruptions, ulcers and sores vanish.l forenoon. In the afternoon they willi without pain or blood. Will call at I

his care; or any clause or agreement I Bitters 50,;, Salve 25c at W. A. D'Al- I AND HELP THE WOMAN'S HOMEALL your residence if required. No. o!l

, whereby there is iuit-osed on the '; emberte's. South Palafox. i'I congregate at Kupfrian's: park, South Palafox street lOjlm [EDISON ij r PHNOGRPH 1) 1 r !
j _
consignee any port or dock charges i where, among other speakers, the NEXT WEEK. ------- -

; of any kind for the discharge or delivery MR. P. H. WHALEY will conduct :', grand master of the state will address You never heard or any one usinFoley's I
classes
in
Latin. Greek and '
of the good, the payment: of Mathematics the Honev and Tar and not be- Music Free With Machine
Each
{ during the months of i, assembage.f Through the courtesy of Mr. Bogart ins satisfied. W. A. D'Alemberte,
which by law is imposed upon such i July and August. The number of f j ----- 121 Palafox street.

; matter, agent or owner. students will be limited. For furthi 'I McDnffie's Turpentine & his bath house will be turned Fishing Tackle,

, : -- -- -- i i, information address P. H. Whale i I Mutt on Suet Lung Plaster over to a representative of the Woman's
MAYOR JONKV KKl'OKT. Peusacola, Fla. 17jlw y'i I II Fishing tackle of all kinds
I I( i a certain cure for whooping'cousrh, Home for one week, beginning I and crab Base Ball,
i I good nets at the
I
.
: and comfortable, works
while
[
If the "Fair easy
\ Play" correspondentof (*"STF.EDSfANCIGAR is grow- I tomorrow, and all the profits of Willis Hardware
; you sleep. Co's. I Tennis,
the Pensacola Press had had the r iue in popularity. Save the I 25 CENTS. the business for that period will go | I

Bands and be rewarded.Disfigured Sold by John Sheppard, Mi S. Pal
fairness or gumption to have eel i into the Ping Pong.
se j jIbe afox street. treasury of the Woman's Gas fl. Soderliod
I i
city clerk before he made his Home Ladies who with to help a; ,

:, crack at Mayor Jones, he would have Do you want a magnificent watch worthy institution will Big Repair Shop!
Skin take their
I I for little money? If so, call oo ...THE TAILOR ... :

; learned several things. Wasted muscles ant: decaying bones. j I Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate salt water baths at Bogart's next I i Can Repair any old tiling
:OH
He would have learned that the What havoc you. I I I week. Gentlemen too are invited to'' WUST GOVEllNMENT ST.
!i I. I Iat..o A nd fit Keys to any old lfJikF.
: city charter requires the mayor to Scrofula let alone, is capable of all that> give their I patronage. i i. Will for the next 30 days make suits!
I and more.It THE PENtSACOLA CONCERT per cent less than
II regular
I ... make an annual report. I is commonly marked by bunches In BAND WILL GIVE A DANCE AT prices:
the neck, infiamruations in tbe eyes, dys- McDnffie's Witch Hazel[ B. Bruee
That the flcal DylDMen'i Walts .
I :
year of the city be- Iwpsia, catarrh. ami central debility.It MAGNOLIA BLUFF TUESDAY Ladies' t-ttl ,
Foot Healer is one of the due?11' i-ying MUltI fluitorMo::
. gins with June and that it would cured is always rad.cally; awl permanently i| NIGHT. TICKETS AND TRAINSI baby powders known cures prickly'heat Men Ladles'sum s Baits Steam Cleaned....... #].u.
byHood's SAME AS FOR and ieam Cleaned.... ?5c toil.! '
I THURSDAY
gives instant
not be annual relief. Men Touseri
an .
I report if it covered Steam Cleaned *'C 16 S. Palafox.All .
SarsaparillaWtlch I : NIGHT CONCERTS. 25 CENTS. I
Hint Now l
a period of fifteen months. Sold by John is the time to have -
Sheppard& ti: Pal
expels! all humors, cures all eruptions I your winter Clothing put In
t That Mayor Jones is the only and builds up the wbole sy-teru. OS.9TORLA.a afox street. shape. This offer is-for thirty good days kinds of chairs and
whether young or old. : Bean fears 3rtj1j only. Mention
' I mayor who hail served under the I : Cleaning ladies skirts and waists'I you saw the adver- rocking chairs at Marston
I Hood fill core liras llli: the a.airtitating mj ar tiaement In 1HE DAILY

" present charter who has obeyed the oiuy tatLartx to uhf _nh auod'.Nn.parf :&. I II # is jr1.one of o-.r specialties. Star Laan- I I chargd.otherwle the regular price will SEWS be. I low.$ Quina's. Prices are very


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THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA. FLORIDA, SATURDAY JUNE 21. 1902No. .


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C. O'NEAL President; F. C. HORTON, Cashier; THE WEATHER JC&SZ5353535Z53SS5S5E5Z5Z; j ja jts25'r5


s. j. fOSHEE.Vice-Pre.ident; M. E. CLARK| At|'{ Cuhier. r2 >i




AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF TODAYLOCAL


FORECAST-Showers tonight and

probably Sunday; cooler; fresh north to
PENSACOLA, FLA. northeast wInds.Temperature, ,

j ;'> I
52S25ES SES25 5 ,
in Last 24 Hours .- ,
: ,.
Has the LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK of any bank in the State Maximum____..__ degrees! ;",
n -
Mlnimom___ .74 degrees
f j

Prompt, courteous and careful attention given to all business en Temperature Elsewhere: EXTRA SPECIAL. "

Max. Min. ...
Atlanta... ._ __ )j() 72
trusted to its care. Blim rck._ .....__-.__6S 84
Chicago._.........._..._.._ 64 48
Cincinnati_.._____.HI JO!
O lveiton___ .._. ..___** 74 '
4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Huron__?. .. ....?......_ en X:! '
Jacksonville..............__ .... W) 12 Half Price Sale
Kantai tity_.__ _.ce W = III'>
Key Weit._...... ..... __'__... .__ M 7." >
Memphis ____._ ?_._MS W ,
B. H. FAIRCHILD, WAR Mobile_ ___..BO 70(
WAGED BASEBALL Montgomery ._ W 70( I If
QPFZOLHT3R: R New Orleans_. ._._ w 74 :
Sew York........_ .. .. ._._.7' M
38 EAST ROMAN STREET. Savannah __._.._.110 r. .MONDAY TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. I !':ti .
...
ON VAGRANTS ...
St. Louis ____ ___._._72 59 i'

tc-cet Work and Refinishing Furniture t. .." *" TO-MORROW i 11 i1f
r i

Phone Specialty.-AO3. Two vagrants, white each with : MARITIME. SEASON'S UNUSUALLY LARGE SELLING in our Men's and Boys'j II' :'I ;

Hats, Ladies' and Children's Hose, Ribbon and Lace Depart- '
one leg apiece were before the police THIS has left broken stocks. In order that we may clear the re- I [."

R. K. WHITE court today and both of them ANAGER J. EXPORT. all new, bright desirable goods-no second or shop worn > '

Oliver received For June to date._ __. ._ _.._ j i',777 among them-we cut the price in HALF. This: means an : I'
were given four hours to leave town, economy to you that you can't afford to let slip. Remember the : '

\taubmaLer! Manufacturing Jeweler otherwise to serve 60 days on the ;1', word today that 'I ARRIVED AT QUARANTINE. early customer like the chick has the assortment! from which to pick. "* '
Mr. I Br 56 Edale,i/W( ?Shaddock Para, to Uulf r ,,hMEN'S '
t Screws will ,
and Graduate Optician, streets. They gave their names as I Transit Co I I"" !

i S tenth Pilifoi M, Pea+acola,Fla George Collins and H. A. Haskin bring his best ARRIVED.NorssWanna,2i71Christensen.
players here I | AND BOYS' STRAW HATS.See LADIES & CHILDREN'S HOSIERY.
lit
and both said I famplco.I
they were victims of 0 to Gait Transit Co ,
.. ... :Y- .' v' Y'v' >Y"r I fromMontgomery I Show Window. 100 Dozen Ladies' and Children'sFast i
I II railway accidents. Haskins, whose -. I 1
I tomorrow CLEARED One Lot Men's and Boy's Straw Back! Hosiery, all sizes; a big;
; I home is in Montgomery, now has a 'I Br 68 Cento,1431,Adams by W H" Keyer&: Hats value at lOc
formerly sold for 40 and oOc ,
r Co for(jluckUatlt ,
NOTESiy \ and they will l I MS Hamburg with SlqNN
NEWS j large damage suit pending against ;I s ft sawn timber, vnjaw s ft lumber value r
'
Extra
Extra 5c. =
\ N come t o play > B.914i : Special Special
the Plant System for the injuries he i i Br ks A J Hock nl1t1: Bennett, by Pensacola d
I ball. Nobody realizes this more Lumber Co for Mo, Norway, with
.J. received during the wreck ; 4:"Jl>m 18 ft sawn timber. WI3 pcs piling ''Io- I One Lot Young Men's Rough and 2oOO Yards Cambric Embroideries r
than the locals themselves and IIMIlIS H lumber,value llS.miu I II
eachof
day: is bargain day at Braw- Joe Draughn and John Johnson, i I Nor ss Banna: 2171, ibristen'en, by Gulf Smooth Straws, formerly f 1 00, in Narrow and Medium Widths, for I
them will into the Transit Co for Tamplco, with 5.!! 'II, tons coal,
go
negroes, were up for vagrancy and game resolved I, value $11,700 Extra Special oOc. merly 10 and 12'ic! yard I :' !
to do his best. lr! ss Horsley, 2410, Northfell. by W L
'tile ad! of the Bj-ton Shoe 'suspicious' characters. Their cases Witticb A Co for Hull 'fla(ir ..no'k,1'iith Extra Special 5c yard. '' 'i i
Joe Pine will be placed in leftfield 2'iO.lKlO s ft sawn timber value *27.3! One Lot Men's !Smooth !Straw I : 'I
I were put off until Monday. These SrssJoho Bright 1782, Wynets, by Pen I'
a position in which the (junta i sHCola Lumber CO: for Kings: Lynn, with Alpines, formerly U. O. ; i iI
: Forbes Store ha everything two figure prominently in this court. I l 5W0"H"> sft sawn timber. (",>t111 s ft lumber, RIBBON SPECIAL : ;
are usually weak. The bases will be i, value 1'J.IOO; for Ipswich, with M4.0UO t It Extra Special Toe. I I III, ,
KI-I I Henry Miller, for dangerous and sawn timber, : ,I\iI)\ 1 s ft lumber, value All of our 25 and 35c widths of I
I filled by Oliver Sanchez and $N,0.NItotal' value,izyoo.: foe John Bright
Lap-
.' td Win. Johnson & .Son's new : suspicious: had a sentence of GO dayson I and ,: will touch at Norfolk---.... One Lot Young Men's Rough ALL PURE SILK TAFFETA
pington, Harris and I
lulus will
;!15l'Ult'nt. the street suspended upon con- .I I SAILED. Straw formerly f l. O.
RIBBONS, in desirable shade ; ,
attend other every
; Myerhoe: Co.'s ad. always dition that he leave town at once. fielding positions. Nor bk Mataura,Bruusgard, Rotterdam Extra Special Tuc. .
I Owens has recovered from the recent Extra Special at 15c yard. I'
.' 'if great bargains.: He left at 12:15! o'clock for Century. I JrOTIl'&.

I injury to his arm and will be i The Marine Hospital Benice: has issued One Lot Men's and Boys' Smooth
'. hriedinan & CVs new adver- The police recognize the fact that ', the following: 150 Dozen Ladies' :
Summer Vests :
able i Straw, Ventilated Crown, black !silk ,
to assume his position in the { "Coasting vessels which are known and
::,tu: tells of genuine bargains. idle people in the city who have 'I which are in regular trade with Florida bands, actual value loc, i!
box, and, with Welles behind the !|, from domestic ports of the United states, ,
v".I wish to enjoy a delightful 1 practically no means of subsistence, may enterwthoutdetention or inspection Extra Special 40c. Extra Special at 3 for 25c
bat the game will be interesting with the understanding that If sickness of !
:d.i i f mi the excursion on the are probably the ones committing any character whatsoever shall develop --. ...._.... 0#
", ,i ,fimpoa> at 2:30; tomorrow from start to termination. during tbe voyage to Florida ports ball
". the frequent thieving in the city I report to the quarantine officers for Inspection -

''I 'land all who are picked up are liable I The Millers of Montgomery are and disposition." W. J. & B. FORBES.

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> wall coping around the I to work about two months for the the acknowledged crack organization AT QUARANTINE.Kusbk { ,r.j r

i : nag completion and will of that city and are composed of order Rhea,\W, Nyroos, Port Natal, to

: '..- l trly next week and city. II some of the leading young men of Nor bk Sunbeam, K34, Andersen, Buenos .j' :I
---- Ayres to order
W i>" : .: ver to the city. '
The way to regain your health ,, the place. Borne of them are wee l- .

Tiie PAL "xcur*lon was largely) II i after sickness is to take Hoofs Sar1 l known in Pen=acola and will be THE SHIPPING. If You Buy Them at the Boston Shoe Store, They are Good "

\tiotiuod\ last night and a ',lenera !,j sapanlla tones the whole sy stem. i I'I

1 time was had by all. Prof. royally entertained during their VESSELS PORT.STEAMSUIIs.. r f'

I'fers' Band was on the boat to I stay here. rr! Acanthus, IST, ..Allan Pensacola '

ish music. j jtjit. AN INQUISITIVE Manager Oliver furnishes THE LuiuberCo Boston Shoe Store : : :
I Br A J Hocken, ll.: Bennett, to PensaI 'i
'. Jacob Kryger's popular NEWS with a line-up as fellows: cola Lumber ,
CORRESPONDENTs I I Jlr: Batten Hall, 1TS: Weppener, to Laars. "1 1n .
'IU :Saloon' conveniently located MILLERS GIANTS Brnwodyh: (',0 : '
: nil, Adams to tti.; 1\: Keyser
1 IH mixologists/ are artists in I Harwell..p.... ..... Owe n9ACo'i; -SPECIAL OFFERING FOR THE WEEK.- ; ,.,'

',aring cooling, delicious drinks. games .. ...... ...c .... .. ... .. Well i I Kryseral'o lr Drumelzler, :!"a:1, Emerson, to W B j' 'I

uaudleq all of the best known r Daily News.I O I Vaughn. ..... .1 b.... .. .... .OliverJ I tlcb Br: 4 Horsley2410.(.'0 :Northfell to W L VV'it- Men's Black Vici Kid Bals., Bull Dog Toe, at. .. ... .... ..... ... ..'1JO : :

,Jard brands of liquors: wine, wonder if the flyers people are Pettus .... ... .. ..2b.... .... Hunch eZ I!, Br: Inverness, :3TJ4, Proud, to utber- Men's Black Vici Kid Bal*., Plain Globe Toe, at. ... .. ... .... ... .. ..J1.30: 'j 1 1Men's

..r -te. When you wish the best fools enough to believe that personal l Ray .. .. .... ....ss. ..... Sullivan I I I land Hpan, Hale Ida.(earl.'0I Arana, to Gulf Transit Co Satin Calf Bats and Congress! Plain Toe and Cap Toe on the j' :

: purest whi-key or brandy for attacks on I. 13. Hilson will make hpencer: ... .. ....3b..... Lappiogton I la Hr Lumber John isnght Co 17x.!, Wynvss.to Peiibaco- Bargain Counter... .. .. .... .... .. .. .. .. ... ..... ..:.. .... ... 75e ,:

iciual use son can get it at thee votes for Mr. Myers? Cade .... .....If.... .. .... Pine Span Leonora, I'lV'i.) Bustinza to Gulf Ladies'2-strap Sandals, Pat. Tip Tarn Soles..... ...... ...... .... .. ...|l.w :

What office is I. B. Hilson I James .... .. ....cf. ...... .Harris ', Transit lir liddl Co ham Castle, 14"::, Llojd to Fen- Ladies' 2-strap Sandal?, Plain Toe... .. ... ... .. ...... ...... .... .... .... 75c 'i a ,

.-\eata a Great Secret. for? running Lamar. .. .. .. .rf....... .. .. (JuinaFor !i! sacola BrBydenham Lumber,Co 151:1, Danielsen, to Jno A Ladies' 1-strap Sandals Bucket and Bow. .. .. .. ..... .... .... .... .... 11.01 ;!II ,
I Merrill (I
A Co
ftt-ii asked how such startling Over Sixty Years. | Br: \ViKlcroft 1V16, Mackenzie to W H
Who i H this Dennis?
man '
t:i at puzzle the be"t physicians I,I MRS. WISSLOW'S 8ooTHi>a SYRCP bat i i, Keyser Co SHIPS. Ask for a Premium Card. 1 I'; 11
lie must be the wonder of the been used for
'Tfcted by Dr. King's New Dis- over sixty years by millionsol
| Br t
I mothers for KinKs County, NMI I, Halter, to order
f ur Vnu: umption. Here's the Twentieth Century-a man with the with perfect their success.children It soothes while the teething child: !.1 i lir Lizzie Burrell. distress ......,....,.. -"'-'" : 'I
It cuts: out the phlegm and r softens the gumsallays all pain.curl's wind ] Rus uCt'an, Nye, Mat tssen, to S 8 L to: I
:.id-cted mucus, and lets the most phenomiually retentive memo colic,and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea 1;, BARKS
.' enrich and vit-\ It will relieve the poor little sufferer 1m> Nor Alexander Lawrence,1132, Haaversen, '
oxygen I
ry of the age. O1l'dlatl'lSold by Druggists every part to W S Ke\er .tCoi BOSTON SHOE STORE hJ! f
d. it heals the
inflate of the world. Twenty-live cents a bottle, i i i Kus Albion Snail to SH LCo
w throat and lungs. Hardi A man who can remember for such Be sure you" ask for"M rs.Wlnsiow's !soot b I- It Bermgllere, lull, Feeko, to Bears. Iun- ,
ng Syrup and take no other kind.
wody 4 Co
-tubborn !
coughs soon
along while such a long con'ersation ,
It Columblnl.IParodi.. to order 4J'1f'
I I' King'New Discover 1 I Kus Lima,V7<>Burke, to 1'eniacola Lum- .\TII.FOUCIIIDIIU., I"wllri..tur.
;nfallible remedy for all and remember it so well that THE PEN8ACOLA CONCERT bar Co

,tt-tl-.Lungdi-easeg.Si c and $1.00 Guars Trial':' he can quote it verbatim and make i, BAND MAGNOLIA WILL GIVE BLUFF A DANCE AT Uunwody Pan Norma.A Co SCHOONERS.:!114,; Albertsen, to Bears, Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street I : :

'i 1" t- atV.. A. D'Altmberte's, oath to its accuracy, deserving" of TUESDAYSIGHT. Am Carrie A Norton, 4.;7. Kattman, -. _. __ __ I : -.
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:'. Palafox street. TICKETS AND TRAINS to JnoA MerrittACo i. h ,
high honors-say, for instance, circulation SAME AK FOR lr Ueorgiana.71, Scott, to order I I
I : THURSDAYNIGHT I GUAM KXCLKSION:
< '(WATEKMKLONh: T : affidavit clerk of the Pen- CONCERTS. sl ,;i. ;
\11'. OLKAKED AND HAILED 1TOK 1'Jt:1': !
\UF1KI.D ICE CO'S.: sacola Press. !I SACOLA.I Keep : ,!

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the dust. JACK-TIE-It'P6K.: : MYERS FAVORS i I I BTIAMBRIP8 Ili
m- Youcanbuy'fii Beatrice Br. :11:1\1: Edwards, Fenarth Mays Cool
hose at the IVilliCos' I i Heibinpborir, Svted l".Ji>I. Schreill Rotterdam -
I I Know One* i HIGH WATER May HLl
sI nre Kemeily j CHARGES
I 1'i'ure I I 4oranoth3atecolde hefumeLPvrBelA r em I niernLanebam.ns.unor, lir, :ltd, Crosioo at Rio Ja- '
: !:1h'
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Br,sId Horwlok June II ;,"
Senate Bill No. 234 Fortugalete. Itr. SiiiT, ,J Cklnb, at Hamburg To Greenville ;(
A Bill to be May .11 i Montgomery and :

.. entitled, "An Act to enable cities, Silverdale.r.1711. Kails Sid bbleitN June Birmingham H. turday night July 5, !;;, (
Scotia. Br, sid New 1 ork June 15 1901', leaving I'nion' depot
at 10:30
| towns and villages incorporated under Twickenham, Br.sid Santos June li' o'clock
SHIPMENT OF on special excursion tram. i' :
FRESH ,
any or special law of the state, to regu- SHIPS. Returning, leave Birmingham Monday -
Endymion. Kus. l>6. sid East London i :
late the rate and charges for the sup- March 1'' at 10:30 a, III. and Montgomery
:
A ",, __ L-- r at 2 Ths .
.J- BlfckHntonio. p.m. may probably be the
._ ply of water furnished by individual
,i_ '-'. any \ t're.75ild: Palma May 1J; last two-day excursion going north. ".;. i'!>
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company or corporation, to any lIlCO, Itid fable Lay May i'i Coffee and refreshments
I Hugo Nor.',1\1. at fable Bay March 7 will be .' Li
> .SMITHFIELD HAMS. such city, town or village, and the olne Mount, It, sld Leith Jan 11: served on the train, going and re j.
.. .. inhabitants thereof." Virginia, It.sid Malaga, April lu turning. Fare for round trip to }I ;
I. h j',
-- : 1
Greenville I
:1:6"'i'ij'J' and
c = -- ti --=-..:: i Upon the final passage of this bill'. During the often:summer caused kidney irregularities to Birmingham,Montgomery 13 ax From, |Can-250- r.. i "i..

,;-' the yea and nay vote being called for drinking are or being overheated.by excessive 'Tis a Wise InjunctionThat tonment and Century same a; Pen- q.!
'Mr. Myers voted NAY. Bill acola. For further information
passedthe
Attend to the kidneys at once by apply Hit
to .
JUST RECEIVED. senate by a vote of 16 to 4. (Senate using Foley's Kidney Cure. W. A. is let forth in the accom- j ,

----. Journal, 1901, Page SJl). 20jne2tMcDnffie's D'Alemberte,121 i outh Palafox. panying illustration. But how to ROBT.PETER KINa THOMAS or '_I
,
keen cool in warm weather if a coal Excursion '
: Manager
FRESH FLORIDA SYRUP I Little Blue Its AVnnttMl-Miile.- '"'- stove l is: used in the hou-e? The up- ; .I

I Liver PillS make blue people \ "AXTEll-Mea to learn barber trade; to-date housewife solves the problemby -
: I bright cleanses the system of all II plenaid chance offered now by short VIRGINIA COLLECE :
and iluruu re*
IN GALLON 75cts PER GALLON. ; dejetenmi* and unhealthy matter For YOUNG LAIHK9. <
JUGS, juirea.( Meady practice, expert Instructions This labor Jtoawkt"'a.. i.
saves time
i and makes a new of and
person you. lectures tools presented, wages cuturdavs. worry; tpenSSept 18. li tf.: One of the leading
25 CENTS. positions guaranteed Write today. gives convenience comfort and Kcbooli for Young Ladies in the H uth. rJ.

\vi: II.\ IH.I: Kold by John heppard, U5 S. Pal- Moler Barber Colltge, New Orleans,JIUI La.: clennline'8. No heat, no ashes no Campus New building Un at"f's.*, pianos Grand mountain and equipment.icene- ,!:, .tl 1

afox street. ,I dirt. Once used never di=carded. ry in Valley of \'a., famed for bealib. fcu- "

M. F. Gonzalez & Co's Corn Meal -.----- -- .........F"JllIlIe--....- HelpVniittMl..... ,,'Any size or style desired furnished I ropnanand Anitrcan teacben. Full coune. i k
-
Bank Cashier Attempts Suicide. \\"ASTLD IN hLUKDby two English by the Pen! acola Gas Company at avery |'Il'onsrnetolyadnnugeslnArt Elocution iiidnii from thirty, Music States and ,
New York. June 20.-Anthon S.I I II ladies, a rexpectable.neaitby.capable moderate cost. For ntalollu"addr, : 1
1\ILCS1VILV. white woman for plain MAlTlKP. : I'
; cooking and general HAKKIS. Preildeot.
of the
cashier Merchants'
Herman, ,
|I housework-dwede.German or Irish prefer I Uoanoke. v
bank of this city. shot himself in the red. Address ""ooodwood Lock box ln, a. ,
Tallahassee, Leon county,Florida Pensacola Gas Co. !
head last night. It is believed the il'.t* ', Everybody has a right to a little sF1;

SOL CAHN & co. wo'iiifi is mortal. Today the baLk. :i '1 piece of this earth. But they must i
AKt-utlt AVail! - Palafox St. They must
which is a private institution, was ........ Pensacoli. Fit watch their
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I chance to get it, and get it. '.
closed. \\;AXTED-Maa in every city wbereAr11 i f:
unCial Ga U! Uied tos"ll ojr Magic "I Never Knew Pain Killer to Fail Thog. C. Watson & Co. ; '
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS Gas Igniters. No more matches needed. before what can the matter be? have .;
Shot Woman and Suleided.Vant' Lasts fo,.."..,. Magee Gas Igniter{'o.. In- I some particularly fine bargains :
Where U the bottle? There, I1'!'to offer \.
dlanapoU.lnd.
JMtaOEITHIR : just now, and
they invite
Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. C.ty.; N D.. June 20.-Jennie thought so; it is not Perry Davis yon to come and investigate '1:C )

Dale was shot and killed by William : the captain own- Painkiller at all, but something the Yon will never same. II '
of the regret having done j'so
Bennett, her partner in a restaurant *i iidcroft will be druggist: must have made himself I!, .
Telephone J78. J *< Pensacola, Fla. = i who then committed suicide. The af- for debts con and'I did not notice it; I have used I _, ___ ._ f
tracted by the crew of said vessel I
fair ,\'&& the result of a violent qua MACKENZIE, Painkiller for years fr diarrhoea, !I I will repair yonr watches and 3 f.
E. W.s. Keys<:o., captain. cramps and stomach aches: and iti l! Jewelry in flrt-cla
I SSS IP I rei t| Con lgn e. 2jn; never failed" style. J. I 14Stephens. -
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY. JUNE 21,1902
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Y NICARAGUA BEATEN; TO YOUNG WOMEN. WOMAN Pretty AND"'alat FASHIONA ( MRS. HELENA BLAVJ


= a 11 r. This Is a J,Ioiis.e of dark gray silk Young Milwaukee Society

PANAMA ROUTE WINS mnde with two plaits in front and ornamented

Letter from Miss Georgie Bryan, Sec with old silver buttons.It thousand cured The woman wh. a* r t

Is trimmed In an odd way with 1 I I women have written aced from female wea.T n
Senate Chooses Latter by Majority retary of the Social Economic Woman's straps of black velvet or soutache fastened I to( tell how Wine of should do anything w '

at the ends with little old silver l-ij Cardui bestows the reason to secure h'al!
of 8 Votes. Tenn. blessing of health on Wine of Tardui'u th
Club of Memphis buckles. ever cine that
collar Is of lighter woman: who takes it, appeals t.r"ai ,
The large shoulder '
ble
alike. :Mrs. women-
ADOPTEC and poor wom-'n a
8POONER AMENDMENT j ji gray silk or cloth embroidered with Helena Blau, No. 123 Seventh hold operations and r-i!ti ,,.

now many beautiful young girls develop into worn listless and hopeless dark gray dots. Street, Milwaukee, Inho or-wmt'nwh..r ,
Measure as Passed Authorizes Pur women simply because sufficient attention has not been paid to their physical The little tucked plastron is of cream Wis., is one of the young that: Nature is the Lest i!
I development. No woman is exempt from physical! weakness and periodic I monssellue t'.e! sole the collar trimmed women whom Wine of Car sician. Wine of Car.

chase of Panama Company's Pro? pain and_young girls just budding into womanhood should be carefully with the narrow black velvet dui Las rescued from a life jtfn.w,u Bidu.pyiKJf gives women bark t ". -

erty, Rights and Concessions If Clear guided physically as well 33 morally.If of suffering. She writes: health by giving Nature a"Wine

t Be Obtained. you know of any youn lady w ho is I'iekand needs<< motherly of Cardui I b certainly 'worn chance to build up the watfl and dieased .
Can
Same
Title to tissue. Wine of Cart
advice ask her to write to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass. who will rcguiat '*
I i out'women*best friend and tam pleased the menstrual flow and Nature,
j give her advice free from a source of knowledge which is unequalled wirn
ha-
: Washiugton. June 2') -Panama
to give my experience with it. A few relieved of the drains or of tL* poiscn
!t won. By a majority of eight votes th- in the country. Do not hesitate about stating details in the system, makes the fun .
cold having u
months I caught a severe S4.
the which one may not like to talk about, and which are essentialfor ago and
i senate has adopted Spooner organs strong healthy a;ain
full of the case. been out in inclement 1 weather,which
understanding
a
which Any woman who is >
't : amendment over the house bill silently su3 -J
f favored the Nicaragua route. After settled all over me, particularly In the untold pains because she 13 too spn.-r
: abdomen.was in almost constant pain. to undergo a physician's .
; : eiammat
the
. 1 this amendment had been adopted : Il IIN
t k bill I !. I consulted a physician and took hismedicine and treatment can find no extus,' r -
. anal
Panama
berate parsed thr u ees,. _une not securing relief when Wine .t > .r
i by a tote of 42 to 34. < for a moo th.J without any dui is offered to her. There is r i

.. The SIMmer amendment as amenJed I relief. I then decided I would try your licity to deter her. She can tsar;: V'

m and adopted by the seriate, provide- medicine and it was a lucky day for me of Cardui in the privacy of h.'r _

; i that the preaiJ'-nt through the law I when I did so. I noticed a change la a with as much assurance of a L .

t.1 ) i clliceis of the> gut, rnment. shall date: ? l lre few days and felt: encouraged to continue as though a dozen doctors rec
i : it. Many physicians d:> ri .,.
ti I mine whether a dear title can be ol taking Vine of Cardui, and my patiencewas Wine of Cardui to their path :r

tained of the Panama companies' pro,t i i rewarded: ,for in two weeks my pains WhynptgetalLOObottl- "
I rights aid concessions. !If he if | ,
'rty
Cardui from
had left me and I felt like a new woman. of your druggist t :
} hall he sati.-fie.l that snit title can
f 'Ji fGRAY
t H'ft!: b. oMa llt'41. he shall purchase th> e A million suffer;:';
'Ior .
projit-ity, lights anti foncesMons for WINE of CARDVI have found rf A ..
If i (io.lKiMiii.ii.; It. in his (opinion' a clew 1 I Ii J : Wine of("a.-1'

A title annot be obtained he shall pro !it
: _.
t t teed to construct an isthmian canal! i (I ( $ - -- -

J.} 't Ly Nicaragua route. ;t THE NEW GROCERY STORE.MOVER

4 The bill provides that a commission! ,
i I
t t of seven shall! be appointed( by t1Iiresi'lent I oWILL=- --=: -=-:-: :===-==-=-=0

I ;. to supervise the work an-l': 1 1

; to make arrangements for the detail.of -

>t it. It also provides that sold bonds

s the sum of J13rtOoO.O: ( o), 2 per cent i

; interest, hall he issued to raise mOll Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stockof

ey with whit ti: 'Ollo\trlu.t the canal I I\
t .j li SILK WITH SILVER BCTTONS | Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries,
1.
COST OF WAR IN PHILIPPINES. The sleeves, which flare at the bottom
t ', are trimmed with the velvet No 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block.
{
f '1 According to Root, It Has Cost $170' I e.r N_ straps and buckles and finished with TKLLPHOXK:;.

f 326586. an ptlgc.of the lighter: embroidered ma- .

1 ,ii! \Vashineton. June 20.Secretary term,!. (

I t Root halt madf answer to the senate: The full undersleeves! are of the i'

i 't resolution ot April 17 ('allinfor >n cream uioussoline de sole gathered into ICE AND WOOD.

. formation: as to the cost of the war i" ,t p i wristbands of the same trimmed with

J. the Philippines. black "el\1'(. WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LtOER:: TRADE
MISS GEORGIE BRYAN, 10:5: Vance St., Memphis, Tenn.
- Reports from the various bureau of
. t : fleers are submitted to show the cost "I can heartily recommend Lydia 1'. Pinkhum's Vegetable Colored I'trll1'U Fashionable. | THIS HUMMER THAX EVE FEFCRE
l Compound to all young girls, for I Live ti-sed it myself with the best of Colored straws are all the fashionfor '
1 of tinPhilippiLe war. including out i
11 j
standing obligations, showing that tin results. hats pray, brown, heliotrope and! SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCi/tf.

total up to date is $170.32C.r.s! ; u Lii.t spring I was very much run down and was advised to try it, the color we call ecru, which is really '

I Secretary Hoot remaika: 1 which I did ; and I was most i>lei>ed with its results. The monthly a coffee tint. Very little Is seen of the ':: Thompson, Olsen d: Cf)_
.
i r aches and juins r.o common to \\'<>men, e>Ik'i i -ully distressing in! my case, foundation of fashionable headgear,
"The scale of in thul,
present expense
i were all cured by Ljdia II. l'inkhani',1'etable Compound, and I for It Is covered with chiffon and tulle Manresa Street TelephoneESTABLISHED 147.
Philippines iI of ,
course greatly re
now always keep it on hand, to help me over sick days" and large chiffon flowers. A good deal ]
ilmed because of the continuous reduo _ _--- ... -
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How Mrs. Pinkham Fannie of trimming is relegated to the backIn I
Helped Kumpe.
tion of the made the
I army possible' by j !' 1863.McKENZIE
the form of large Alsatian bows. .
I restoration of : First Letter.
peaceful: condition- __
l Paradise plumes are coming In again, w
: Thus thp'middle !)EAU llo,. l'1xKU.tst-I: write for advice in regard to case. ;
in of the fiscal year; I my
:
| and fruit anti foliage play important
i' Menstruation has been coming twice in each month and I have such : OERTING & CO.
ending June 2u. \wthere' were about! in decorating the to date hat.A I ,
y TO.f'O"" Ameruan soldiers in the Is !; pains in my back and limbs and womb, and such hot Hushes that it part lovely colored: creation up is fashioned ;
i o -D1ALIB8ID- 0
steins as though I would burn I have had doctors treat me but
;
I' lands. That number is now reduced I i up. of pile straw trimmed with :
to ahout :3 ianr. Orders have no* j they have dune me nu good. Can you help me?"- Miss FANNIE KVUFE, of green and red and
a p pirlund green foliage : and General
1W-J pester St. Little Lock Ark. 10 WOO. Ship Chandlery Hardware
i been issued of the Eighth. FifteenthTwentyfourth I (Sept. ) white cherries.Foley's I ,

J' and Twenty fifth Second Letter. i I 60s AND eon a. PALAFOI STIIEKT.

try and a squadron of the T<, Infa'1'1 DEAR 31ns. PIXKIIAM: -I feel it is my duty to write and tell you Honeyed Tar. - .... _.
I airy and when these orders have of the benefit I have derived from your advice and the use of Lydia L.I'inkham' cures colds, prevents pneumonIa -.AGENOY
+ executed the number of American I Vegetable ('otu ound. The pains in my back and womb I i I REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S HOJ.B CO.'S
Live all left and menstrual trouble Is corrected. I GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUSSEL A BON'S PDMPfi.
troops in the Philippines' will have'bE' me my am very

{n reduced to 18..0irt." j thankful for the good aduce you gave me, and I shall recommend your hun Cirdii Pilits, Bill Intictl/ IflstroniBts! Chris, Jiclin, Milt
medicine to all who suffer from female weakness."-Miss FANNIE CASTORIAFor I
COMPASSES LOOS ETC
Shippers Compress Case Decided. i iAustin. IYU.MPE, 19-w! Chester St., Little Kock, Ark. (Dec. 16, 1000.) Infants and
I Children. C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent ABa
Tex.. June 20.-The supreme O, my Motors, I do pray you to profit by the experiences of these ciation.
court has derided! the shippers' 'om women ; just as surely as they were cured of troubles, just so The Kind You Have Always BougH! -

I press case against the state. The II'' surely will Lydia IMnkliam'.s Vegetable Compound cure every i I
woman in the land who suffers from womb troubles inflammation Bears
theSignature
olfijon! was based on the facts, the
of the ovaries, kidney troubles, tier*ous excitability, nervous prostration The Star
ofMarston Laundry
I'irt holding! that competition! had and all forms of woutan'.peeial ills. Zi
: t been destroyed, liocaiisii there' ,
was non In the first instance As to KKWAKII.Webaved..po.it,.tvith th*National City n..kof Lynn$5000:; ,
*b|<.t>*l'l hI paid wallY person who caD liDo that the above tectmionui! letter
the constitutionality of the anti trust S5000 Is U"t genuine, or wai uubluti*! Iwfors obtaining the writer's spoeiil p a- $ Quina are sole Biggest, Busiest, Best II I
tlU8 il.D. E. Flnkhain Medicine('0.., Lynn MM .
law, the court held that the state may Lydia agents for the celebrated

annul charters under it, hut that it cannot Odorless refrigerators, 'I



Cure collect Cancer penalties, Blood Poison, Eating A Matrimonial. Mack- I find Recommendation.Mr. an eligible! young. I IF YOU ARE money absolutely refunded.There's guaranteed. or ,! \\Ve Gather Up p Things s !

mon what shall I tell him about ,
you
Sores, Ulcers Costs Nothing to Try. lOOKINC FOR BARGAINS
i Miss Amy? I lot of money to be made ;fC y

mood jH>i-on and deadly cancer Iar | Miss! Amy-Oh, tell him I'm very ac I I In real estate-lots of it. A real estate (vAbAr ;. From all parts of the city.

the wor.t and mont deepseatedblood ctuqlshtvl! and atreeable-tell! him! i i sign I is usually a finger-board to ACfr Our delivery men will call anywhere .

diae* on earth, yet the you saw me running the lawn mower. For the next ten days I will sell wealth. Thos. C. Watson & '
Co. the leading Real Estate firm .
.
at time tl.atIits
f'a"if''t to cure when Hitanic Blood -Detroit I're Press.Her you any article now in tock at a have some offers which it wouldbe I God any yn

Balin i is u-ed. If you have bloc discount of 2-:; per cent from the regular worth your while to consider. Go s Write or telephone us and we'll e. -

poison, producing ulcers, bone paius, finance. price. Think of and see them to-day, and don't wait
will
pimple, mucuous patches, falling "I heard a terrible noise In the kitchen it-you till to-morrow. deavor to serve you tetter than iii,.
hair itching kin, ..eroful..,olJ rheumatism last night; P.rhlsct. I hope you did save: *i"j on a diamond ring or pin, other
or otieu,.ive form of Clot irrh not break anything?" where at regular price it would cost Laundry can.
"
tcaDS and scale*,deadly cancer, {'at. I "Sure. Oi did mum. Sfe finance the i $K>0. See; you save 2> cents on )ROPOSAL9 will be received at

. ing, bleeding, festering sore, *wellings : policeman was there and I wuz afther I every dollar's worth Now JL the Bureau of Supplier and Ac- ALL WORK C. 0. D.
you buy. Gocds
1i; lump. peri-tent w&rt or ore, ;| breakin' the II counts, Navy Department, Washington : Called[ for and Dflinred .
ingagomeiit" Yonkers is
the time
take Botanic Blood Balm (It. It. B.> :, to buy your diamonds or D. C., until 12 o'clock noon,
"fi It will cure even the worst cn.-e after I i I Statetman. i watch or any other article in stock June 21, 1902!, and publicly opened TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.

everything else fail>4. H.B. B. drains very cheap. Call and examine immediately thereafter, to furnih at

::1 the poi ;on out of the system; and the i, Read It in His Nevttpapcr. I goods. Remember this offer is for the Naval Hospital, Pensacola Fla., WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
the of ,
, daily supply
bleed then every sore heals,utaking meats, groceries; ,
,. the blood pure and rich, and building George Schaub a well known German only ten days. No trouble to show butter eggs, cheese and bread for --
) up the broken-down body. B0i ]i citizen of New Lebanon. Ohio goods. J. I. STEPHENS, the fiscal year ending June 30, 1'JiW. ------ -

; tanic Blood Balm (H. H. H., thoroughly I, i is a constant reader of the Dayton USSouth Palafox street.Foley's Blank proposals will be furnished Medical Society, Attention

f tested for11; ) year Drugstores ; J"olk i $1 per large bottle. Trial 'j --- ---- Pensacola, Fla A. S. KENNY i KIDNEY DISEASES he Pensacola Medical Boclety a;
' t treatment free by writing: Blood paper aims to advertise only the Honey and Tar Puyiiirintcr'GdKrnl. (' .S. V. the Board of Health office at

i Bairn Co., Atlanta Ja, Describe best in its column?, and when he aw I II | brchildren.safe.sure.o opiates. 6.6 02-16&20J! o'clock p.m.Tuesday.June 21.

i trouble and free medical advice I Cnamberlaiu's Pain BAlm advertised I! art the molt fatal of afl cUt.taU. Visiting physicians are cordially
. given until cured. H H. B. does not t I I therein for lame back, he did not Invited to attend.

contain mineral poisons or mercury i hesitate in buying a bottle of it for LAW DEPARTMENTOF .. DR. E. F. BRCCB,
i (a* ?o many advertised remedies do), : his wife, who for eight weeks had Presiden

, but i i'1 composed of Pure Hotauic In. suffered with the most terrible painsin CUIE III! DR. W. C. DEWBERY,
li gredients. Over SOtX) testinioni its of her back and could get no relief. FOLEY'IIIDIEY n25ttf Secretary
it a cures by taking Hotauic mood Balm i He says: "After using the Pain, John B. Stetson IsMJ
i (B. B. B.\ I Balm for a few days my wife said to'! University
!J'j 'I feel though"born Marston fy Quina carry
me. as
| anew, .tafcl'
rcfundtd. Co
Bridges Across the I Do Land, Florida. I or monty :
i Asniey. i !and before using the entire contents the largest line of matting,
: Washington June 20.-The house of the bottle the unbearable pain* JOHN F. FOKUB4. Ph. I)., "rf'iIl nt. ALBERT J. FAKUAH. LL. B.. Dean remcdlM rsco dud bv cmi window
has passed hills to authori/e the : had entirely vanished and she could Fail Torni I Dent physicians the bat let rugs, shades, etc.,
CUIMIIICIICO
1
iain take her household duties WiMlnoMlay, October 1 1002. u in the We
Charleston: Suburban and Summer- j up I city. lay our
JI' He is thankful TWO YE.-\Ri' COUR.E-The Law Kldnty and Bltdkr troubles
and D..partmentofJobn
1 very hopes that C. Stetson University
; yule Bridge company to construct two a two-n.ar.' course.IPadtag to the LL. B. gives matting free.ADMINISTItATOR'S.
I ill suffering likewise will
hear of '
l'EliREE ADMITS TO THE BAR-The I na..IMw. \ .
bridges across the Ashley river !n I diploma of the Law Department of John B.
her wonderful recovery. This vain katetson l'nh'.r8lty admits to the Bar.
::1' South Carolina, to purchase, at a costit' I able liniment is for sale by all druggists : FORTHEKINFuRMATtON-t.'ortheLawAnnouncement ofL 24andaltotherdesiredinformationrrgardtogtheLaw A. D'ALEMBEBTE. NOTICE.
not exceeding $16.000, certain real es- and medicine dealers. lJ\lpartment&ddreu Estate of L. M. Kimberly,deceased.:
ALBERT J. FARRAH Dean of Law Department Notice U hereby given that the ''
-f tate at Wilmington. N. C.. for revenue on :
d' : De Land, Fla. day of July,A. U.lvri. I will apply to : -
, and customs purposea.y I If you want a nice present to give a >ISI.W.HARPER Honorable Probate Judge of Kuatnl-.
---- t> a friend, go and look through the I county. Florida oa discharge troin uadmiaiitratlon

: Chronic bronchial troubles and elegant line of suitable articles at'I Tulane Again of aid WILLIAM enate. KISHERJa27oam

' summer coughs can be quickly relieved i 1. I. Stephens: you surely can find University of Louisiana. m Administrator
I
t and cared bv Foley's Honey ,i something please you. If von .1t 0roi
and Tar. \V. A. D'Aleuiberte, lat : I want anything in the Diamond fine Now Orloan w

S. Palafox.- I be sure to see him before yon bay. LODGE DIRECTORY

O.ASTOEl.X.A.: EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LL.D. President. .
Lars rte sae Ind: lot Bras 1eait; Bo> ( full (Courses Languages.t3eieneesEngineering. Law Medicine. .KENTUCKY KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.PenMcoU .
.
Pharmacy Art.
_
13 t v"n separate Vt'partmt'ntl. lxteeD Butldtogs. Extensive
tZi Libraries
Laboratories
: Deep water sea bathing, night or and Worlubops. Jllendd Department for Women In the Newcomb College. WHISKEY Lodge S, K, of T.
for white Tulane makes leaders 'a all vocations. Iu faciluiei for
day, people only. Instruction
{ Special are unsarnasjed : meets every Monday nella
I in the South. fcUhty-six Instructors and 13 ;
students
' compartment for ladies with lady at- ID tbe academIC dt>partment oven to Louisiana last session Many scholarships tnt atSi'jfl' at Case Halt
boyl.
household
Seasonable 1 tendant. Neatest, best and cleanest lIi5 for \lUiOD. Board and lodging dormltorlt" at low Expenses rates. of Opportunities scholarship student .Si I In the Bloant -- Witio
:
I bath house in the city. Baths 5 academic students for self-help. In the Academic College. 01) boy If corded Balldiog. third floor.
and kitchen utensils at the for college work.will be turned away from IDabllity to pruperly prepared Visiting brethren oordlall
cent FRANK SIGARI pay tuition lIt session be- welcomed.
gla October lit. Send for
Catalogue.
I Willis Hardware Co.'s. I Cor Cevallos and Zarragossa tsts I CAYraiLL,
Address, R.K. BRCFF,Secretary. Sold by Dannheisser Bros H. HOR8LIB. C.O.
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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY JUNE 21, 1S02.STEAMSHIPS. .

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FACED GALLOWS r
........,.,.. COOLLY. of the democratic party for that office. I r
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tY.-Y-JatX.- "", "" r.,:I(.Y YnAt.Yl! Walter Gordon In the event a candidate does not re- : .
Hanged at Brandon, ceive a majority of the votes cast
an-
1A OCEAN TRIPt Manitoba for Double Murder. Tutt' Pi ls other primary election will be held on i 11'j rc

Brandon. Manitoba June 20.-Waiter the 12th day of August 1S02, to choos<* I. I'

Gordon who was convicted at the between the two candidates receiving 1 :
YORK BOSTON
t NEW \c
spring assizes here for the murder of stimulate the TORPID LIVER, the highest vote in the July primary. ,

J RiD REsoRTS Charles D. Daw. a young Englishman, strengthen the digestive organs, The voters of the county at large I

j EASTERN and who also confessed to the murderof regulate the bowels, and are un shall vote for the chairman and sec-
Jacob equated as aaANTIBILIOUS retary of the executive committee, and il
t Vim C .nt.VX"X. Smith. Daw's hired man. was the voters of each precinct shall vote I

} Th- wgMpa WJ hanged here today. The prisoner man. MEDICINE, for a member of the executive committee \

ifested the greatest sang froid until In malarial districts their virtues arc from his precinct and the candidate for infants and Children. )
I OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY t the vilely
end. recognized, as they possess for the executive committee re-

J.j 1J O Hour V XAiE of*-Ocean SlPERlCK! Br)'LKMCE.ece> Gordon had arranged to purchase iystem peculiar from properties that poison In freeing Elegantly the ceiving the highest vote cast shall bea The Kind You Hare Always Bought has borne the ;signature \\1

Daw's farm but when the time coated. member of the executive committee of Clia
came sugar II. Fletcher, and has been made under his
Sailings each Week f until his
for successor shall be chosen in
3 completing the bargain he lacked Take No Substitute. the year 1904. personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no ono "' I

from Savannah Ga. J the money. He took poaaestlon of the to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and"JaNt.at.gootl" Ii" I

.". ., farm and held it for some Qualifications of Voters.
i i T *' thi 1'oi'Olar Line-Inroni- time but
., are but Experiments, and endanger the
':[ ii.- Lie: ."oii'eiftr.rToC'lJtll.PIt.' nl' .......... n..r f fearing detection fled to Dakota where THE PRIMARY Those and only those persons shall health of Children-Experience against Experiment. ,
...' I
icy bQ
.i. ,0. i.iltrn Fomtii aw enlisted In the United States army. be permitted to become candidates before -
I K .r !<' n'III.&b aid houtmf
1 Nn t-rk. Afterwards he or to vote at *
'" deserted and going to or participatein The Kind You Have Bought

\ .c. ...... aIc.......'.TrT.7..T.T.rJ : ; Halifax enlisted in the Second Cantj I the management of this primary Always I If

t MtiTii..t.c. ..y. Tot .. dian mounted for South ELECTION CALLA election who are white democratic electors Bears the
\ K.Wn. l.i; U.r tit. I ue !.. Fla. cavalry A!- I Signature of ;:
a ?I Ion.','hllpo' r.aa.al.. tl. rica. duly registered for the electionin
Tl .>iGr..NKKAL.,podia- .....,.1.....,.b.lwnln..Faytryf'7c' f .... i' the year 1900, and on the 12,13 and
'7f'7f 'KRCt '1r'? 1 -- 14th days of June 1902 who declare

Too Shrewd.Old I primary election of the democratic their adherence to the principles and

HIEXCH SCHEDULE Gentleman Throw away that party will be held in Escambia county organization of the democratic party,

vile clzar. Florida on the 15th day of July A. D.: national state and county, who if

F : iwing is! the schedule of the Tenement Jim-Not much, mister.Go 1302, for the purpose of nominating they voted at the regular election ,

an' find yer own butt!-Ohio State candidates for the following offices: held next preceding such primary I In Use For Over 30 Years.

j r'-.mentnteamerGeneral Frenchw Journal One United States Senator. election then voted the democratic THT CffMTau Ce....ANY TV NON.F..T.ffY. MCW VOftK err t
THE NEWS prints! for the I One Representative in ticket national state and
Congress 3rd
WAS WASTING county who are by the lawsof --- -- --
t-. .j-fct of the merchants who ship AWAY. District.
the state lawful
electors of
r ,roods to the various army The following letter from Robert 1|I' One Justice of the Supreme Court. the election district in whicE they REMOVAL NOTICE.Dr. .

,.t R. Watts of Salem, Mo., is instructive -i! One Secretary of State. offer to vote, who have paid their poll 1G.COO tn.

J-rCfaenlft ....... _...... .. 7ona.m. : "I have been troubled with i! One Comptroller. taxes legally due not less than ten Awarded at Par!*
1\.1 -
a\ KarrhCCM.. .-. 7.M 1 a. m. kidney disease for the last five i i! Two Railroad Commissioners. days before such primary election is % G. H. Tuttle,
Ptcktn .. ... .. :II&. m. years. I lost flesh and never felt i I One State Senator 2nd District. held and who shall when
", iinrrancas: .. .. .... .. ..... $:15a.in.: well and doctored with leading phy-i Two Members of the House of Rep challengedby Dr. J. G. Heard
-Prn>cola .. ... ..10ioa. m. any elector pledge in writing upon ,
q t.ro barranca 11:10 a. m. and then sicians aud tried all remedies suggested resentatlves. oath before an inspector his honor to PNA1AROCHEWINE I
a H trip to Fort McKee and then re- without relief. Finally 11 i One Tax Assessor. abide by and support the result of such DENTISTS.
':arranca.. tried 'less One Tax
Foley's Kidney Cure and Collector.
:
Kurranca ):15:\ p. m. primary, and vote for the nominees l
P ,kris .. ...n_ n... 1::!i p. m. titan two bottle completely curedme One County Treasurer. therefor. I Itnonig 7 and U, M.tle.
r-!.'aola ........ .... 4:30 p. m. and I am now pound and well." Five County Commissioners. The CORDIAL
Yarns .._ ...... fl5p. m. W. D'Alemberte.. 121 S. Palafox. Three )Members of the County Boardof will inspectors be to conduct this elec.tion L Hifhut; reto-nmcnditlons for cure of Poorness j :.1t''banll'll.1tDtltitry All branches of Surreal.performed Operative with tecU-and
hurrancns 5:30 p. m, and makes Public Instruction.One selected by the committee of Plucc! Stomizh troubles and General Dehui'v weal skirl.Speclal .
xi 'lit* and return. at a meeting to be held at the Inrti W- Jt:; ;da\and Saturday* the Justice of the Peace for District office of Judge T. R. McCullagh, at the cents aed buildsup the enure *>sten). attention given to Children's
No. One. Te-lh, ;old and I'orctlrtin Fillings, Cio n-
leave Barrancas via Pick- NasalCATARRH 7:30 p. m., June 24, 19{ 2. This committee Z9 rap lirnuolPARIS and bridge Work.
'iisicola at 6:30 p. m. ftY's One Constable for Districts Xos. 1, will meet at Judge lcCul.lagh's -
fast Malerml; Competent Kcjuipiutnt.
pMBRLMb 3,4.5,6. office at 8 K. Foufrra A Co.
"!cneral 1 French is for army o'clock Saturday
'uly and anyoutider must AhlhD One Chairman of the County Executive night July 19, 1902 for the purpose of Saeut.S'. Telephone X<). U'H. .
In all its stages there Committee. _
canvassing the vote and u
u-s from the quartermaster BAY announcingthe
enould be deaulmcsi! 1,
FEVRJ One Secretary of the County Execu
: aaff o 1 her. result of said election, and the inspectors I
tive Committee.One will have then and there the
Bain
---- : member of the county executive returns of said election if have
; they
STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE the !!'sIt -! -e.t IIIc?;k r.e. 50s Committee in and for Precincts Xos. not been already forwarded to the AMALrMIDThese : WING [ IIHImporters r & ij

cares catarrh and icesanay one to twenty inclusive. chairman of this committee.

,. ,"f-n IVri-ftrola and Milton-Hoatilun -lulck'y.: a coal in the liea-1 The State Executive Committee had)'.I C. B. PARKHILL. tiny Capsules ire superior]) ,
prescribed the rules and regulations, DAX )MURPHY Chairman. I to Balsam of Copaiba: ,
.. Daily Kxcept Sunday. t'rvaui Hal m is placed Into the nostrils spreads of the t ; and Dealers In-
primary for state officers including Secretary. C:bebt acid Injections 81/
over the niein'iraue aud u absorbed. Ieipr:i iminnha'e
CITY' OF TAMPA." aud a curefollowa.: It is cot Orjinj iloa- the State Senator and members TLey cure in 48 hours theWtie Chinese and Japanese
of the House of Representatives
lot produce sneezing! Large Sue,50 cents at Dru diwase tithoat &Ily incon-,
am LvPnhfteol .lH<>pm :; and the County Executive Committee. During the summer kidney
,,1& am Ar Milton onupin! diets: or by mai!; Trial Size 10 cents by mail. irregu- sG-i>f l-ci sal, P AY I! I DRUGGISTS Fancy Goods,
larities
I i at a meeting held in the office of are often caused by excessive .
llao. ELY ISKOT1IEK3.M Warren Street.New York. -
'Ii' i Rounitrip.: County Judge McCullagh on the 2Cth! drinking or being overheated. FINE CHINA TEAS
,
'day of May, 19u2:!; provided rules and Attend to the kidneys at once by
regulations as follows in accordancewith using Foley's Kidney Cure. W. A. 31 South*Palafox St

the platform and regulations of D'Alemberte,121 South Palafox.A Every Woman Laundry Office. Pensacola, Fla.

I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. the State Executive Committee for the lsintereatrdandehouldknow -- --
nomination of candidates for Tax Assessor (;nrl).... Vartf Gown tl' i 111.E, about the womlerfid! NOTICE.

Tax Collector County Treasurer A pretty garden party town Is madeof tt \ f j MARVEL Whirfing Spray
'A 1 The rrtw lgLd I'ri.p.. Itjrtlw I have been authorized to take
County Commissioners. School tern cokipd lirt'tun net, with a ,\ 1 .and buftiim. Iteetaf..- subscriptions for Wm. Jennings

For County Commissioner. Board and Members of the Executive point ml Lie" tablicr falling over four \ l o en-Bloat It lk..e.luwU'('uncrmnltrq Bryan's paper, "The Commoner.

For State Senator. Committee: flounces itlsrctl with lace, the shaped The price is $1.00 in ad-
I hereby announce myself as a o.,1 f' 'ar.M b.N. per year
M4
1of Hon. W. A. Blount candidate for re-election as county''' The names of the candidates for frill gist la('\.' edged, the tucked Mouse If he cannot luppIytLeIrMKlt.L.acifplno! "'v/in, vance.: Those desiring the paper
I :
once him as a candidate commissioner from district 2 of E-- these different county offices and memo to correspond. haUng a transparentvote othrr. hut crud stamp for It.Itutrate.Ihvk.ke.ilface.. can have it pent to them by seeding I t
,'. ator from this, the tsecM bers of the Executive Committtee must ,
1.00 the
to
and ellmw f undersigned.
I "sleeves touch of l-
,, cambia county, subject to the actionof a full panreulanard'mra'nonIn.! '
,.' .' : District, and re?ptct- the democratic primaries July 15, be printed upon the official ballot to be nr Itping introduced in a large; soft blue Taluablrto.Uilirr! M., \.....(0., ? H. M. ROCHE.
: I : of all Dsmo- used in said primary election July 15,
support
and ask the support of the voters. silk rosette on the left Side of the Room XT.c? Times Bldg., New York Care Daily News.
.1!) it the comiriiprimary. JOHN G. WEL.;H. 11102! and no blank lines will be left bodice.
i on said ballots, and no voter will be -
For Representative. allowed to vote for or write the nam '
For Commissioner.Mr. THE GARDEN SECTION
County I'relty Mnvlln Urn.The
frifrii'l- Scott M. Loftin take of any candidate on the said ballot.
mmi3 of announcing} him as u Frank Johnson hereby announces unless the name of the candidate be suft muslin ties for warm
udidate for preent.itive in the himself as a candidate for printed on said ballot. weather are specially nttrn'tItlli:; o- >r*-oIPensacola (

;. jrhlature from E*cambia county, rejection as! county commissioner Each person desiring to have his 'l'ar. The foundation is usually white, "

j hey desire the support of all from district four, cambia county I I name printed on the primary election patterned with dots, lines or conventional Florida 1
.10rrato; in the coming primary. subject to the will of the democratic ,
ballot as a candidate for the above designs In dainty colorings. ,
in the
voters He
For Reoresentative. does this for coming the reason primaries that he county offices and executive committee I Some have the tucked band for the Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. I 1
shall file with the chairman of this
neck with turnover collar
friends of C. j I I wants the office and thinks he can matching the .
Henry Clopton
('ountex'cuth'e committee on or be-
be of benefit to the bet interests of ends. The hems, in colored muslin
uuee him a a candidate forcutative fore the hour 12 the 24thday
noon m.
on
in the Legislature the whole county. If his friends are hemstitched both on the ends and Beautiful Lots for Sale. t !
and the people interested agree with of June A. D. H'02, his notice of collar. -_. _. ..
and
K-cambU county requestnppnrl and in
candidacy application writingto
of all democrats in then port.him, he will appreciate their sup have his name so printed upon a WARNING.If -- -- 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord- _

: j itmiicratic unrnary. blank to be furnished by said chair to location and I
ing
have bladder surroundings.
man accompanied with a sum of you kidney or
For Representative. For County Commiss oner. money. assessed the committee trouble and do not use Foley's Kid-
t d U'I uu*. l. Coston an- The friends of J. W. Brewton of by as I Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View
iii", .:. I- i candidate for rep- district Xo. 5 announce him as a follows: ney Cure, you will have only: yourself ,
... '.1t,v !> fie legislature from candidate for re-election from said Each Candidate for Tax Collector to blame for results\ as it posi High, Dry Fertile Lands.

F aiiit" i 'tr. .y. and theak the district, subject: to the action of the . . . . . .$100.00 I tively cures all form of kidney and

,r'.f .11 Jt-rijocrats l in the cornin primaries July 15. Each Candidate for Tax Assessor .. bladder di=eases. W A. D'Aletr- The grandest opportunity for investment
!i . . . .. . ,"-.00 berte, 121 S. Palafox. ever
try I ', Each Candidate for CountyTreasurer cffered in Pensacola.
For County Commissioner.
For Railroad Commistioner. 1 . . . . 73.00;;
I. .'u./':IB' fully the rights of the I hereby announce myself as a Each Candidate for County commissioner BuffaloBaking Borne Seekers Should See These Lots. :

II, i producers to more con- candidate county commisioutr, . . . . 10.00
.. ,i ttit- hands: of the Flor- from district, subject to the actionof Each Candidate for School

.' .'.ia 'inmi-iou, I solicit the voters at the ensuing demo- 'i' Board . . . . . 10.00 -V.Clubbs <
rt "f all Democrats who cratic primary July 15. Each Candidate Justice of Peace 5.00 ft.

,f decliratioti: of prinfortn D. W. C. YAKBKOUOH. Each Candidate for Constable. 5.00 Powder

.t in my platform. 1 I Candidate for members of the Executive Corner Garden and Mcaniz Streets.

I :,il itforni sent to any one For County Commissioner.The Committee are not required to

me at Wf't Palm Bach friends of J. B. Roberts ,
announce pay any assessment. j I 11'. o. HRENT:: WM II K OWLJoH. W, K, HYJSR. JR., J, B. KEEBE.
K. Hl'DSOXKUUH. him as a candidate; for reel -
As soon after June 24 as possible a President. Vice-President.: Cashier. Aii't Cashier
fer County Treasurer. ( c.ion as county commissioner list of all candidates for above-named
from District 1, subject to the action' will be printed in the news
.d- if Frank E. Brawner positions
of the democratic primaries July and the chairman of the com-1 I
,luucehim candidate papers;
as a
:
believe that the material First National
15. They Bank
Treasurer of E-cambia: interests of the county demand his[ i i tnittee will give a receipt for each r it

''i.-ct to the action: of the re-election and they ask the 'notice of candidacy: received, and if
supportof
primaries July 13) and after the 24th day of June any person .t
democrat in securing it.
the support of the voter. every claims that his name has been left
off of the list of candidates published. OF PENSACOLA. FLA.I3ZZl.ZIOTOXl.flli .

For County Treasurer. For County Commissioner.I his claim will be rejected unless he I I 11- -

,',. 111\ self a candidate for announce myself a candidate for holds, a receipt for same trom the I': ,;

f<>r the po-itiuu of election as county commissioner for chairman. I WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A, BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT, 'ft. K. flYER, J&
district Xo. 1. at primary to be held I
irt-rof E-cambia coun- ]i
number of candidates D. 0.
If a larger BRENT, "
and ask for the of
thp!I :action of the demo- July 15th support 'i
shall be announced than were contem

.ty. J. \V. FIlATEIl. all democrat--- LJ I. DAVIhl.U- ''made plated, the whpn committee the above('an.assessment if they was see Guaranteed Absolutely Pure. rmi &n mlltl B: AU I BDU I htin Sold ;

For Tax Assessor. For County Commissioner.The fit to do so, cut down the said assess- ,

iuii'nlnce Myself as a.lection friends of \V. A. :Sti. by hereby I ment. The voters of the entire coun- ,. .",i

r. -.- as Tax Asi announce u 5 camliJu-y for re- ty will vote on the above-named coun- The Houewivf"z who have given t I

ui.bii: cuiity, subject election a- > auty ci>mun louer officers. including the chairman and ',' Buffalo! a fair trial continue to tide it, We draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, Ireland r', '

: the democratic pri- from ditu.i :\II. 3 o; cauibia 'secretary of the executive committee for it makes delicious hot biscuit Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russia, Not' J" t

county, subj' et t., the action of the except the justice of the peace and way, Sweden, Denmark and other European countries. 1 .
W. \V. HU-MAKDS. democratic primuriei July 15, and I constables and the candidates for a roll, griddle cake and muflins. ry

---- :ask for him the Hearty support of all1I'UI..cr I county offlre who shall receive a ma- It makes whole=ome food for 'Vessels Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Terms, and their : a.

For Tax Collector. ItS. jority of all the votes cast for that there are no adulterants in it. I'I'I Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen Day M
.UIKII.CO myself, as aelrctiuu office shall be declared the nomineei I after Vessel Arrives there ,
: ,.- as Tax Col. For County Coiniuist>i ubi.i ------ ---- ------ -- OSCAR MAURA, Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent In
t county, subjecti Af t-r due consideration I appeal Oonneotion
i t t. democratic pri- i! ) Ypats of Popularity Telephone !'Ia'l'sIt'nt..
to uiy many friends aud the demotic with which we hare a PrUa Apartment for the Uia

votrs as a candidate for the is the record of Painkiller ( Perry 1- of Renter *:

1. H. D'Al-EMKKKTE.------ ..Hi ., ot county commissioner from Davis'), but the shops are full of iniitati. : HROFOS-ALS will be received it jtrl!

For lax Collector. div.iv-t. 1.ur'f Escambia county.; .>ii-< made to sell upon the greatreputation i I the Rare IU of Supplie* and AcII
!1- !if H-nry Bellll1 H ana I'l ..s. memoer me at the primary '
of the genuine be counts N.ivy Department. Washington. -
; cautious :
,,- candidate for Tax electi 'ii of the democratic partyJuly H. 0 until 12 o'clock noon WE WILL-FURNISH YOUR HOME FREEI.! ., .1
!K-cambia county ?ubir 15; 1W.. 1>. :\MERRMT, therefore when you ak for a "
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June 21! !.H.2, and publicly opened
'. rite primary to be Olive, Fla. bottle to see that you get the eenn- immE'dht"ItllF'rp ftH, tof'nrni'hat .Wr.u Uunraied re-lay for our ratalo handome ..ueandMrirhal .
READ THE LETTERS
"I 2.: aud request the ine. An unfailing remedy for the Navy Yard Penacola, Fla., the rmntifnl |>rDimnis from our patron and
jt'm'Il'rlt". For Count) CoiiiiuirtMoner.The 1 we give fur Klliun be convinced that 1 1re trF
cough*, colds, bronchitis. i daily supply fresh beef, fresh veretables i' our scat'*. wrinvelonubpurrti ate a thoroughly yoa
-- friends of II. Uathwell of fresh bread and provender for .x-r of a Imo of *M\ d.abs4 rehalie; : bom.. it
Vcmber SChool Board. I' I 1 I or tin'iie t/t Perfume their
: 'iV.. M.A ertoulierei lUufl :Springs: hereby announce himas Thos. C. Watson & Co.. ;I the fi-cal year ending June 30, 19n3! I cHoli. i-f Mt'4eof tl handlimiM'pmmiliniliiilhenuuVt. F '

candidacy; for thei a cat didate for County Commissioner the leading Real Estate Agents, takeall Blank proposal will be furnished ..1&......arr,i'14 larr, "'1Un-a..I'.fjfcM.l.lt Ijtnpt,1'ai.aCake Rr uxlrta': I R
from district Xo. iJ'of Kscam- I upon application to the Navy Yirr, t4- rtareaanduArrrnuttful prrvtim. To
a lIl<::ll\)-r of tile : the worry off the shoulders of the tLe uc-iit W>Mliibuly:ft IOIM of fiOttjwi >
bia county subject to the action of nacob, Fla.. A. l i"+. KENNY, ae 'p > pare a 60-l1r... DI..rnu& a '
II district 1:1., of tbel
s "10 the democratic primaries July 15 owners property, manage! i /lil'itrr-feufrn Prlt. I' S. y. I toy OPt--bot" r....irtifuf! rtm nilc"! anti !
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democratic !l of their houses and the col- :j,1.FPcod.full ai/c for Inn-
: primary renting f faniily nif
I aud ask for him the support of the 6-5-02( -16&20J .11111..1., \r. ,,",,\\IJLJIO"y...<'on 'hei,I'....\.".
tt*':!. voters. lection of their rents as conscientiously I .m vcrymafh pleaitd wits Dll d..hn.aalin Inning KKMII (A.n. ( etiiw T.t*..
would themselves. it up ?L.erorderi.oa. fM-9 mt ',iu"....
as they ;&iM. Kbivn' anil
f y'r Board Public-Ins-t c i : reasonable. CIU-:W NOTICE IsIt I I M.M: LfLU BIi4w.ynrla.. <.raiut...... (wwirg Jlvf.:....,
charges are =
For Executive Committeeman.I Their very 7it ffHtVtLLI. OHlf Mmn-allnMnm.eiita.Hr. IfnuhiirefTT l
i- .1 H'. u. Elijah Ward Good nriv; I ItIod.,. Mtiutumen are rlveil "ik ,!e allow a very .Irral ranmua. I
.:. candidate hereby announce myself as a NEITHER t'h'a :on nert I : p.'at,4 ash the.. lamp V.. bare oat _nmch ....... \\.trmt JOIL JooonUIH'rPfIUI.o1. 1
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+ tiMi mpilfr brtorf. win Mud another ortrrin Vt allow you li d>y"' Inn in whlriito
of tbe l>
i< member of the candidate for member of the County Pocket cutlery and scis- Hh nor bkt consignees Norms will he an- a lew dajra. 1 aw mute than pltawi .'1'1 trenaoiluUB. dvlirrr ttir null Nrdon.] *t jixa 1
!' .:>:ic Instruction from Executive Committee from Precinct the finest to the 1 iponsible for debts; contract.re- II' Mrs AONEs 1UIC11LNOS. moot}bcfon vying 111. Doa't 4eUy.SALVONASOAPCO. r

E-cambia; C nary, I Thirteen and solicit the support ofDem.'cratic sors from ed by the crew ol said vessel. ., Cor. 12th i Pint Sts. ST. LOUIS MO.THE .
at the Willis T.C. ;\LBrRTSKN.To
.! If the demo- I. voters at the comiugprimary. cheapest, order. Captain.

"-J y'' :3 JAMES L. S WEE EY. \\HardivareCo. I :'I1Jlt I






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SATURDAY JUNE 11 1902
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FLORIDA ,
THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, .
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4SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES fu EYElfl." )
SOCIETY }

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t t Mlehael's-Order Catholic.t of divine m AND PERSONALS %: .: YOUROLD

service tor the summer: First mass i ( )

8:30 a, m.; last mass and sermon, jieat e t .1 \ H
6 ; : ;
i 9:30: a. m.. Evening devotions, I
Mr. E. F. Skinner of Escambia is '(
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, Fullerton in town today.J. q
Ht. Joseph', Rev Robert -
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,? Pastor-First mass 6:30 a. m.; V. Lynch of Mobile is among .. { j OXFORDS
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high mass, 9:*) a. m.; benediction, the guests at the Merchants.Jose ) -FORBARGAINS- 1
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7:30 I <
f p.m. Sierra of Mobile was among I ', ), (

Kplacopal.Cbmt the arrivals at the Merchants this NEW AND ATTRACTIVE WITH A
CAN BE MADE PAIR '
Church-Service* by the morning.S. .

Rev. P. H. Whaley, at 7:30 II IIIN
r I rector, G. French, Jr., of Laurel Hill,
and 11 a. m. and 6 p. m. ; COLONIAL
arrived at the Merchants yesterday ,
: Ht. therine's Church, corner afternoon.J. I
I Cervantes aud sixth avenue, Rev. ( t

. J. R. Bicknell, Priest in Charger T. McKinnon of DeFuniak 1 \ ; ATTACHMENTS !
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During the absence of the Rev. Mr. springs I is among the guests at the ( ;

. Jiicknell, there will be services: every Merchants.Ed t 1 H CAN BE EASILY ATTACHED TO ANY O\roitl

I Sunday at 11 o'clock, the Rev. H. A. Smallwood returned to Mobile

r Brown, U.H.A., officiating; Sunday last night after' visit of several : 50C

I school as uual. I I days to relatives here. CHINAAND I '

J >1..h..I"t F.pincopal: Church South Elbert Ciubbs, who has been attending A PAIR.

..r Palafox treet-Rev. J. M. Dan-I I the State Agricultural Col- I

;t nelly, P.a*tor. Her vices at 11 ., lege at Lake City, is home for his I, ;\ Made in Patent Leather, with Silk Bow, out of GILT, N[( ,.: i iHJN .

and 8 p. in., Rev. John B. Cumming I, vacation I II' ; I (} METAL BUCKLE3. Get out your la't! year's Oxford-
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'f preaching at both hours. Sunday 'I' Miss Hannah Benson of I"crantonl I i ; ;r ; It hem into this Season's NEWEST STYLE. We would be gU i .

r chool at 9:0: a. m., J. N. Andrews, all and look at them.MEYER.
tupcrioteudent; Epwortt' League: at I Miss., a relative of Capt. Jacob !

!H I .1 & p. m., \V. U.: Ooodmau, Eq presi ,i Kryger afternoon, arrived on in a visit.the city yesterday -, : :j' -

,' t. dtlit.i I GLASSWARE
t H.adtll'u'treet: Church, Rev W. Tax Collector A. H. D'Alemberte' : SHOE CO. ,
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;1 t fl. Vrtelitud, Pa-tor Her vies at 11 has returned from Cleveland, 0.,1 ,\ J ,

.f a. in. and S p. m. by the pastor. I where he attended the meeting the .
for Cash .
'I I ; I Feet Furui"hers Onl,
'r. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., A. H. supreme lode, Knights of Honor, : ?, ,

D'Alcmberte, superintendent; Ep- and was there chosen for the fourth i ; \( II 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
fi:3) m., Miss member of the finance I ( ) I Ij
worth League at p. 'I' time as a )

Mary Lucia Kichards, president.Mucogee committee. -

Wharf-Ksv. E. \Vileonwill :i Philip M. Bill, heretofore a memo \: j i ( J. M. FOLKMAN.
at X m. Hunday &
preach |I' MIIOHII
her of the reportorial staff of THE ,I William t on. Mfr
school atI p. m., J. N. Andrews, DAILY NEWS, has accepted a posi ) I *< Contractor for Decorating ,<

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superintendent.Reed's tion assistant of Mr. John G. I t
as : JI I
Chapel Preaching at 8 : ( ) Call l'p Phone 313 or Drop a I'.''.i a' t ara
Wood of Northup & --- --------
manager -
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p. m. by Rev. A. L. Jones; Sunday Wood's undertaking parlors and the ; -- --'---- -------- II All Work C. O. D. and Guar.i
! school at 10:30 a.m., M. H. Park,
1 I Pensacola Livery Stables, and will j Corner Raylen and Government Sir''t.
cuperinteudeut. Cemeteries Where Women Go. lp. MILCH COWS FOR SALE tf, t't
assume the duties of his new position a
Friday! the Sabbath of the MosU-ms. One Block West of Fostofflce, nIght oa t ,
Baptist I I tomorrow. |i i iI wen all true lu.\ers of the mascu- OR EXCHANGE

First B.iptist: Church-Bervices at : The ladies of the Grenada Park !lint' pendtT make a point of Join; to : T. W. LEWIS,

11 a. 111. Preaching by the pastor, Association will give a concert and I church, their wives sisters, and daugu- JOR DRY CATTLE I '
Rev F.JoneNo service at night. the tors resort to the cemeteries and wail DEALER
i serve refreshments at park I
Sunday school at 9:31) a. m., K. D. for the dead. But all their time is not I Call at lOS West Chase street and harS. .
Wednesday evening to raise funds .
JJepifj, "iiperintendent. Young Peo- for beautifying the park. Wyer's frp*.nt in wl"l'lin, and sorrow Is not make your choice. ""TALL\ [ PAPERVe,I tiin i I. 1
ple's: service at 7 p. m. All cordially ; the only! emotion they display on these I 16j lOt GE0.V'.TCRTO\. t ( .'
band will give one of their superb
: take with them I
Ol'l'lsons: They ----- the United "
invited to attend.
concerts, there will be a children's blln'hes and (garlands of flowers and ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT Feather Scroll, 15c per roil

, t'nh t'r..ali..t.unlhy tioral parade: and other entertaining tll'C'urate' the gra\es of their relatives! THE GARFIELD ICE COS.'Every : i Dining Room Tapestry, $L 50 i per ji
features. Tr is i invited. and and over the dead fora ------
e public weep
:-\ school at 0:30 a. m; Y. P. pray j i Call l'p Phone No. 35tt,
C. I*, at T p. m., subject, "True time Then when this pious duty isIlI'rfvrmul / STEEDMAN Band en- .

I II Friend-hip" Prov.H:24: John 15:13; McDnffie's Tasteless Chill they gather in little groups titles you to something. Call
! and have a good time gossiping about '
Scripture le-ou, Kouiam 12. Prayeriiiefting Cure WIll' build up broken down the living. for STEED fAN CIGAR.. \JU\J\J\ \\J\J\. ( .
and make the blood rich and |I
evenin .
every Thursday ; systems iifiimifia.fmMonday's
I Thus the day of mourning Isery
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healthy, certain cure for chills, guaranteed Ball Bearing, keen cutting ;>
All are cordially invited to attend i popular among: the Moslem women. It

these -!'nice;;. : or your i 50 money('E\TS.I .refunded. gives them almost the only opportunity I Lawn Mowers, at the

I Bold by John !lt'l'l'ard.1.)5 S. Pal- they have of cultivating the acquaintance -. Willis Hardware Go's- I
, Christian.Church I afox street. i| of their neighbors, because I
of Christ, Corner Alcaniz visits! = I Ii I.
i |, it is nut customary to exchange
' and J:1ckon-llible; school at 9:45 :, as In our country.-Exchange. I
ONE OF MYERS1ONLY i
a. in. ; couiinuuion service at 11 I I WNNNWW'4
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f a. in.; prayer meeting Wednesday at I HE "NO" VOTESi

7:45 p. m. You are invited to attend i I Specials
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the-e services.Imtlieran.. .
Senate Bill No. 63, page 459.A ASK YOUR GROCER FOR NiCK'SRT&NT

I Bill to be entitled "An oAToFRIEDMAN
Norwegian: Lutheran Church, on
i Act to provide for the specific

Palafox at 10 Wharf:' o a. m.-Service-A'IS *and every llJvilU Sunday i performing of certain kinds of con. :::
> L. & CO S
; people in Peu-acola are welcome. j tracts. Myers made voted by NO railroad and was companies.Mr. the only. 4jjjj- !; 1

O Folden. pator.irnnin ::
one voting no. (Senate Journal, Page I
( : Lutheran Church-Sun-

I' y school, 9a. in.; German service, 627). 20june2t O yds Shirting Calicoes for 35c

M..W a. m. ; English; service at 7:31) SHORT STORIES.In (-

p. ui. J. F. W. Reinhardt, pastor.Firct the world the number of aetlre'olcanOt'S DAILY MENUS 1 10 yds Bleached Domestic for. 40c

I'reabiterian. \ is not far from 200.
Rev. I, Comprise all the Up-to- 10 Unbleached Domestic 45c
Presbyterian Church The feather of the mirasol an Argentine yds .
I Date Dishes the Markets
Linu H. Walker, ttlr-Hl'rvice. in 1 bird fetch ;IIOt.ll't'r pound. -

the worniiu at 11 a. 111. and in the In I'.tti the Canadian Pacinc railwayI l of the World See Show Window.

eveuln; at s p. m.CluiMian i I, SOtt.Otx) nm-s of agricultural: lands, (Afford..
compared: with -llC.oifci acres in 1900.I I
Sci'iue.Service I I The comparathely, new shipyards! ntI S.MPIUNOEFFECTIVC PREPARATION THAT IX OUR
:atllrj Went Gregory street ;I Croton i bun, are building the largest CAN BE USED WITHOUT COOKING Ladies' Private
at II All interested are invitedto AND ONES COUAB1CUFFS SHlSTSlKD OTWKOHICATl I
a. in.
t ships m the world for the transpacific ftgftlCSTHC flN>SM0 PPERllCt Of HEW' MILLINERY DEPARTMENT./
attend. : trade.
Dining Parlor., ,
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:Ml..e.l n rest Speech. The American Bridge company of I All Hats II(?
"Mr. l'rl'!>IIt'nt." said Senator Clappif :, Philadelphia will construct twenty are Going Regardless of Cost.

{ ( Mlniu'MitJ. ",h.> Black Eagle of FIT i hteel bridges along the line of the A t

tus rails." during the debate' on the 1 Uganda railroad In east Africa, the Regular Dinner Daily. YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,
jl I cost to be about gl.uOO.UiO.
OLIn -M? exclusion bill under the five
{ minute ru'e.! "I desire: to speak ou the {i I A number of Duluth. Minneapolis\ and '
HUirmluK-iit to this Mil concerning thettltll4 Chicago! men have organized! the Sas-: Short Orders Promptly L. FRIEDMAN & CO.

tit Chinese! soldier*"- i katchewan Land company with a cap- The Best Laundry Starchon Filled. Night or Day.If .
"Mr. iTosi.l.-iit. put In Senator Quay I Ital of $3T.Oo.O"t to purchase 1/11)1\0011)( the Market.
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"It the senator from Minnesota will I acres of wheat lands in the Saskatchewan -

i permit iu'. I will: say that the amendment I I valley of Manitoba NO BOILING NECESSARY.The it's Something Good to Eat 4 C'r
to wh'i-h! he refi-rs was defeated i: It will take the more years to bring you wish you'll find it at

Rome mluu"'s nzo." i i the Florida orange crop to its condition
only Starch Manufactured -
"Then. Mr. President." continued '! before the great frost in the season of Nick Apostle's
Senator Clnpp. "I have only to add that i 1S-.U.S>4, At that time the annual cropI in the South, MEUX'SSchool

the senate has missed! the greatest I amounted to .tMII\o.Q boxes. This Help Build up a Popular Restaurant.
tpwch of the session." year's will be about 1.1"IIM10 boxes.

And he sat down. A horned rooster delights the heart of ltfilt/p,
[I : ___ I J. A. Short of Joplin Mo. The horns I SOUTHERN INDUSTRY. WMW Yffj

r'p ISThr J11FnorA: 1 are on each side of the head where the

1i '' I ears should be, and it is supposed the of Shorthand. Typewriting and Literature.
Women Know How.Food
>J |! fowl hears through its horns. It Is a GRAND Now is the time to enter school and prepare for a lucrative positionvacation. N
and good food i* the right :. remarkable fact that the rooster has no I Night aud day sessions.
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kind of foundation to build Rood !I spurs on Its legs.PLAYS I .: <" :"'_ O:::! health on. A Minnesota woman I 4th of July Picnic -
writes! "I thought I would like to I'II Great Clearance THE SANTA n03.8tIU' \. CRAND
tell you of the good Orape-Nuu hast I AND PLAYERS. : $; BATHING ESTABLISHMENT EXCURSION.To .
done for me. I ANDCELEBRATION
winter I sot lick and Mrs. Langtry will play In this country -,
Last: : ; ,
getting weaker and weaker. I could I(| next January. H Sale 1 I Iiv conceeded Bathing in to the be warm the finest gulf waters in the is

not eat anything but some crackers+,I Jean de Hes/.ke Is to have an opera world. Everything for pleasure witb
3
and a little cup of beef tea for every house c.r his own In Pt-rls. I AT safety. Good board and lodging, by
meal, then I was put on Grape-Nuti I I k Trimmed Hats Flowers
and used it with some cream for "Ijuly <"!o lUa"! has tern put on the the day or week. Luncheon promptly
!stage as a play in England and Magnolia BluffBY served at all hours, day or night.
hr. akfat. My stomach got strong may ;ik Ribbons and Everything CHARLES H. BI-RTON Mobile and New Orleans, M"c-
and before I had used 8 trdually: I 2m-tf day, July 11th, leaving Union L :,:
ttcee packages my digestion was so II'' Terry McO.ivern Is having a play ; in the Millinery Line at 'A Manager. :Monday morning at 11:30 c ::1 K
good that I could eat any kind of I written es-iH-clally for him. It will be sharp. Fare for round trip T
food, even cabbage, pastry, etc., andI : known as "A City Chap." : .HALF PRICE.... jj K. I. K'MYSTIC Elegant china closets, Mobile, $1.50; to New Orleans, *.
notice that my memory is very F
sideboards and leather- From Cantonment and f
it used to be. An offer of $_,.>tK) was made Lillian Century i
much better than Russell to London, MRS. N. BOWERS ASSOCIATION.Watch seat chairs as Pensacola. A special rate wi.. 01
On the 5th of July I weighed 102 sing in during coronation at Marston 4'Quina's. made from Milton to Pen acola t'

pounds and two mouths later, after wt'but declined. I h "1I. :JIi for Grand Street Paradeat Low prices; easy connect with this excursion !' >'
using Grape-Nuts, I weighed 12i UsI Leigh for a time with Fore- turning leave New Orleans Wed-e-::
pounds and was able to do my house pa ugh's stock company Is now In 10 a. m. payments.MEAT day morning at 11:30 o'clock aid
.- work. Providence, It. 1M at a stock house. See Posters for Full Details Mobile Wednesday afternoon at *

I This is a good Grape-NuU honest statement and you can cffacts Kk-nard Mansfield will play Brutus : Save Ioney buying A handsome prize will be given to & MALT has a marvelous o'clock. Coffee and refrehmsct
about
" name if yon like." Mrs. when be produces "Julius Caesar," for your furniture the lady selling the greatest dietetic value. While refreshing will be served on train returning

B.publish FredricksoQ my Center City, Minn. he considers It the most Important of I at Marston $ Quina's number of tickets. and pleasant to take, it helps assimilation For Purchase further tickets information at ticket office app.y l"
for warm weather the three big characters la th13 play I
Delicious recipes
desserts in each package of Grape- : Great Furniture Empo Admission, including fare, 35c; of food. Sold byDANNHEISsJEB P.ROBT.THOMAS KINO, 'jr

Nat Try THE NEWS Want Column. I rium. Children, 2-Sc. BROS. J Excursion 3Ianagers.



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