The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: June 23, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002076174
oclc - 33669261
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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Chicago, June 21-Plans that were
Nome Juno 21.-Via Seattle.-The i .
first taken into consideration about a I
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steamer Portland Captain I.indquist.
YE'ar ao have been developed in the
the pioneer of the Xorthf> Commercial
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last few months to the where I ''I
point :
Project for Ameliorating of Economic = comiany's fleet, was on June 1 some of the great packing! establishments I The Debris Catches Fire Burning '
caught in the ice pack! and being earned
in Chicago have begun
up Bering Stiaits! to the Aictie eXperi'j
Conditions. m eats on what may prove a \"
ocean at th.- rate of from :i to 3 milesan Many Alive.
of the cattle industry of the country, ,
says The Inter Ocean
I The Nome City cam near being
The project involves the settIm caught in the same manner and whin: "
.. of several hundred acres of what is all I
rne Srw she found a I lead and backed t trough Special to The Daily \ews:
THE BRITISH present nearly valueless laud in north. <
ibe park to the westward the
v \ irk. June :21:: .-President Pal ,i rould be Portland t'rn and northwest Florida and southern Dallas Tex., Jur 21.-=The St. REPUBLICANS I :
(-lain1.sl'pn. drifting northward ;
1..r his cabinet have decided ou Alabama and the cultivation on a !
SHIPPING COMBINE I paM the D.oiuede islands. Three James hotel la three ;
a j story
, Aiiich thy hope will relieve the: large scale of the cassava root and its I AFRAID OF CUBAN
whalers! weie also in sight, but they
use In feeding cattle and hogs. If the building, between Main and Commerce
situation in
mi' the country, says
-- were in the lee of the inlands and inn I :
plan develops as it is now in the minds
i ia ana dispatch to The Tribune A danger:; of being carried to the Arc. streets erected
Special to the News. of the leading packers the southern thirty years RECIPROCITYTHEY
iKf: ill be sent to congress prob. tic by the floating park.
New York. June J1! .-The British states will become the center of the ago collapsed at 2 o'clock this morning -
n"-t wf-ek for that body to pass When Captain Pamela brought the
shipping( combination which intends to rattle raising; induatr It is stated
which sets forth the commenta- wcompete ord! to Nome that the Portland was the ruins of which afterward
with the Morgan syndicate that arrangements are now being
>f President Palma and the sec- in the ice and drifting toward the Are- URGE THE PRESIDENT TO -
for( the :\'orthtlantic and Pacific made for accommodation of a consH caught fire. The falling wall causeda
tic the .
an of agriculture for the amulioui Northern Commercial company
freight and passenger business is no v erable number of cattle to be shipped
ui the conditions of affairs officials\ and people who had friends from the stock wild panic in the house and buildings LEAVE IT ALONE. :
to northern Flo"-
practically (consummated according to yards
measure calls for the expendi !l. aboard were :greatly worried, and as .:
the London correspondent of The Her I Ida to be fed, on cassava root. The le in the neighborhood. The
$3,500OW to be distribute soon as the Theps arrived a petitionwas ,
ald. :Many reports of the formation of suits of the fattening process will be I'
IK the sugar growers and tattler the new syndicate more or less accurate presented to Captain Healey, requesting compared with similar works in the alarmed guests and resident rushed Special to The Daily News. 'I

,, Three millions is to bed- him to go to the rescue The ",
have appeared in the last week.: west regarding which the conditionsand to the street in scant attire. Washington, June 23.-It has been
. at the Thetis left the same evening. If
i '0 sugar planters rate anyone
On good authority the following: deails cost are already definitely Known I decided to have no further conference -
,' can ren.l'-r the imprisoned ship The fire has been called
:guts an anoba, or 25 pound tturr.Pd The results obtained will determine department
are given:
assistaI'Captain Healey !Is that I between the republican
in two Installments Iu any senators
Sir Christopher Farness is to be :h the future of the cassava experiment. out search the ruins and every
r '. and March. The cattle head, of the new combination. It is to man. There is some danger of the in regard to the Cuban recipro
will be paid a premium of t5 ship besot; crushed In the straits. If effort is being made to save those
be capitalized at 2'Mmot"ii ($10 ii DW imported for breeding she got through the straits and fails
000,000)' The Cunard MOUNTAINEERKILLS victims who buried under the
Is included are
company -
senators believe that
find to
t .- up to luo.OOO.! Further than to a lead to "flbtwaid westward
In the deal.\
< -l 1' h rattle will be admitted by whir h she could get clear! of the debris and whose < es of agony indicate continue the discussion of this subject

f ".' V The British government has agreed pack she will b.> earned into the Ar, POLICEMAN
largely to increase the present subsidies they are fat nder the wreckage would work great injury to the
i io is to be an increased. tic ocean. and failing to get clear of[
while Canada promises at least the i<-1'. ultimately he wrecked -- party and would be productive of
: byheavj
IT i r> artu'\leg imported now nn- may and still alive. Latest developments
200,000 (JI.ono.OuO
) yearly.Six floes further north. In the event no good.
" :a 'lures.: To raise tjii
money Special to The News.
large lead to the belief that
passenger boats capableof twenty
of her not setting crushed she will be
-" .t- an Internal loan, The
so- is
25 knots an hour are to be built. Bristol.l Tenn., June 21.-News of a president being advised
.' v ",is will be necessary. greatly delayed scud no doubt ","U:1 or more bodies are now in the ruins
also a dozen It*> Knot freighters, at an short of fatal"duel between James Kills a paIn with such earnest unanimity by republican '
supi'Iic and fresh water.
T: .Mima. in discussing the ,
C ,.. : aggregate!: cost of 1: S.50iooi) ($42.300.. liceman. the little town of Elk Park, The fire department and the police, leaders to refrain from j l.lfj

000)! )LThl' N. C. and William
w v aiM d the senate will not Ship Battled With: Ice Pack a mountaineer aided by many citizens, are working sending to the senate, during this \ '
entire capital is said to have Seattle. Wash.. June 21.: -The steamer has reached here. The men i
c r .n''je r;< irocity question at thin
; been underwritten. One well Ino'n Nome City has arrived here with faced each other with revolvers and strenously, but it will be man y session, his hastily prepared com
F's-4n, anJ Cuba needs Immediate
capitalist who oifered to take up a bi? fired several shots. Ellis was killed mercial with
fc f. There are thousands of men the record of being the first steamerto hours before the extent of the disaster treaty Cuba, that it is
block of stock was told that the \\ ho'- while Winters was seriously If not fatally I
reach Nome and the first to return
' and the conditions are had. We understood he has yielded, but ha :
I amount had Iwn subscribed.In *o aded. He be known. I
was able to ride can
from there
out ol a fleet of 0 vessel* ,
tr it take somo stops to the > I'
SURd the nude n; tine who "UI'II.tth I tinaiaed to a phys ('lrn across the by no means abandoned the idea of ;i 1
The ship hears many evidences of th*
Industry and stimulate the cattle Among those known to be injuredare
(' scheme the Atlantic aspect is not mountain from the shooting. reciprocity favorable to Cuba. '
fierce battles with the in the
("".uiltr) which we hope to bring back ice north,
' > Its former prosperous condition I I greater than the Pa< ific The main idea I but is not matrially damagedHEAVY Winters who Is one of seven broth J. Fite and James Nolan. The President Roosevelt will not wrens _

is the utilization! ot t the Canadian Pacific ers known AS the "seven devils," hada
The loan will be taken up in two I! latter i is thought to be internally injured the matter to the extent of 1
I railway as me chief link in a grudge against; the officer, who bat! provokinga
We have worked an1
yoars. day ,
chain bringing: Xr:=I raa.:: India. Chini CARGO formerly arrested him for disorderly J serious rupture/ the Republican :
tight In the last month to improve tin> I
and Japan into r.'ar"T and more inn conduct and handled him roughly, so I
rra7illn! conditions. Sugar growers ; Mr. Pitcher, manager of the ill- I party on the eve of the congressional
with England and praeIsung Winters charges '
can secure no from the hanlrr ; 1 I I election but shrewd "
money OF SILVER politicians are
an all Hrmsh route shorter! th.i-i fated hotel was completely dazed :f
the coming; crop, so that the ROV; !
I i i an\' at pi< br.t available predicting that the question of reel I
m T.I is compelled I to come to tlwir ---- THE METHODIST ; by the disaster. He seemed to have
procity will yet return to haunt him, ;
>1\ loaning to them! noiiRh to.. I
| 4peeIattoThnexa.\ ;| no idea of the number of lives lot,
1 \i S.asou.site' I I i APPROPRIATIONSINCREASE ;'I particularly about the time he will :
II II I ; N"w Yoii .Itir. 21.-About thri '<'
I I REVIVAL MEETINGS j One of the guests said there werethirty want the nomination for j.
I president. ,
tens of ail.-er (coin of the s'nit': -d Stat i;

AMBUSHED i I i i D :: V. ill! be Shipped! fron this city for. Por't I Ih or more guests in the building -- -_. --

Biro of bonds Knoxville Police Have i
in pajmcrt just pn Mystery.
I when it fell. The hotel Lad a large
--- chased! by a banking houf xff The revival m-e'lU rat the P
BY COWBOYSN. I hinrh in that i.-'and. fox :'IreetJethodit church are country patronage I is authority for the report that '

I, SM-.lttl tulhtt N wVa ,. I llerrtofoi. when Kills and tan: the KnovviLle police! Tone has discovered i
producing :rOm) re-ult", and last .,
\ :iii ;;iiT furo/ "1-The t'r!> .j, I note r. ucie shipped to the is land they I I a clew to an atrocious murder

:u TheSess, for the two 'I'; s >;f ran '-i hive': !' ('isapii.!) aver! v >-, > raI.II; : ) For son night "l.1rgcrowJ, quite too many i I MOBOS ATTACKTRAJJUARD i ommitted here. The story is that tho .

UNlJlle: M.:, June 21.-Five reached a partial afire<'mint m nu I time th disa1'n >2'ane of paper mon- to secure seating: or standing room, I man cam from another city and wa* I

have been killed in a figbt amendments to the sundry civil! appr> j ry was a nivsti"ry, Finally!' it was di->. congregated at that: place of worship killed here and his body! hidden. Its\ !

umumari, with "Jud" Lee of priation bill made by rite sonar | covered! that the people ot Porto Rn said men have own digging: at various fi

Among the amendments agreed I.. 0and listened to an emotional sermon points where It is believed -
A county, an old Indian fight were just beginning find it hant'lrto the boJy J

was one for a rebateon tobaccoamounting send paper currency through th,> by Rev J. B. dimming; the Mobile I has been buried but that no body has '

watering his < attic at a spring! to $2. OO//).). malls, especially! when It was desires' 3 yet been found :Memfiers of the police

<-d them through:; the vvat jr'he The reduction made In Coaf ; : to send Email ejBoUnts: out of the i'; :j; ;Spei( 'lal to The Ddih N..w force decline to confirm the story, but .

protest of other cattlemen amounted In the aggregate to HSli- land. In this'ay the currency suppK- I I the "mystery." is general; topic here.

anted him that if he lepeateJ :2Sti.!! The total appropriation! tarrUa was being depleted constantly and the 0:23.: ,,| Manila Juue 2'J.-Five soldiers be

t 'te would be killed. The next by the Items ,>f the bill which ere bankers determined to try silver coin! Mr. dimming? i i. a forceful talker, :] longing to the 27th Infantry forming ,I Thousands Idle at Norfolk. I "

".> accompanied by an Indian : disagreed to and on which there will: !In the belief that It will take a gooddeal a good illustrator, a man who puts I Norfolk.! Va. June 21.-Two thou

ippeared with his cattle eight be a further conference amounted to of postage to send it all out of th; an advance guard which was escort i sand men in the building trades area

x Sl.:8U.; 5". The principal of these disputed his whole soul into his sermons and I I idle hero. The greatest: le
were lying In wait. Whent I country In letters, and this may discourage inga] w i |lti and when .half annoyance

f that followed was over five provisions! are an Innf'a 'if the practice. is a very !successful preacher. He mile from: Camp 1'icar -at .1linda-. caused by the strike of the carpenters ..

'!hr, three bad fled. S3ni>.iHHi on count of military (posts noa, were attacked by ten Mores! of construction. General Organizer

.... his partner who were ui- and $jllt.IIIon< account of the proposed COMPTROLLERRIDCELY'S the whiskey, cocaine and morphine 'One soldier had au arm badly cut Odell of the Carpenters' and Joiners iI

to .rr.-ndti.d t to the sheriff. The memorial bridge across the P habits drawing from them infer and another was seriou ly wounded union is-here endeavoring to adjust

amps >f the dead' are not given tomac at Washington, D. C, WIFE ences that struck deep into the !! the differences. Unless a speedy settlement
The conferees added $5.34(5.3!'1 to I on the head. The Moro< captured a is made It Is probable that ft
hearts of an earnest one in the
Colonel. Lynch Again Remanded.. the appropriations for new public) -- many rifle and escaped uninjured. sympathetic strike will be the result.

mdon June 21.Colonel Arthur buildings. The provisions for the improvements audience. I

"1 mr !!Ib.r-'lf'rt of parliament fofiw&y of the White House !'pedaltoTheNews. The.congregdtions of the Presbyterian Filthy Temples in India.

- and formerly of the Boer army, amount to $475,445, while $65,000 is Baltimore. June 21.'-:Mrs. William STREET I CARSTRIKE '
and Baptist: churches Hacred! cows often defile | Indian
fir Is In nutaly on the charge ol I added< for the construction of a bull d- Rarrett RIdgely, wife of the comptroller I i #

* t'' treason WM today again reman!. InR to be devoted to offices fore '.re of the currency died late last nipht with the Methodists! last night, an d.1 temple! but worse yet is a body '
r.tll Jni 24, witnesses! In the caar' white house force. at the Johns Hopkins hospital, in thiscity a great union service was held by constipation.

Having arrived in London. Among; the appropriations for public after an operation for appendU'i itls. i- There were no services held this I i --- Don't permit it. Cleanse your 8)'.. I ; stern -

buildings added by tile confereesare She vva operated on Thursday i with Dr. King's New Life Pills q
morning but the series will be const Special to The Dally News:: and avoid untold
Murdered by Bobbers.'Vn : night and was supposed: to have beenin misery. They I '

Mo'.uei. la., June 21.-Jam<-a Atlanta. Ga., $170,000; MemphU. a very favorable condition until la tinned tonight, beginning at 8 Toronto, Ont., June .-The street give lively livers, active bowel L.:

';''.;ajser; and wife were murdered h> Tenn.. Eta.noO; Richmond, Va., $75,000( ; night when a turn for the worse wu o'clock. Everybody is invited, and railway company, in view of yesterday's good digestion, fine appetite Only ,..to..

t'O M)"rl at River Junction last nigbtti1V aredo, Tex., 435,0.10 ; New Orleans, observed ?Ir!!. Ridgely was a daughter : 25 cents att W. A. D'Alembertei' .
more especially those who have serious rioting, made no attempt !:iJ

$200.000; Washington, D. C.. $600.000.The ) : of United States Senator Cullom. drugstore, 121 8. Palafor. i-
Call for STEEDMAN: CIGAR. I of Illinois \1\ boo with Mr. Ridgely, was during the week signified their intention : to run its cars today. ---- -- -- :

Save the Hands and look i iu finest line of sterling silver' with her when she expired. Her rf.1 of unitin with the churchesof I I Sixteen hundred militiamen arrived NAVAL 8TOUKS HAHI( 'T, t; i.;

goods and silver novelties is be i I mains will be taken to Springfield III(l i
"Premium Catalogue for your toj their choice. here this morning from an annual !. Reported Dall-;;; The Newi j
found at :. I. Stephens': Prices I to for burial.

'ize. please all. I' There have been 26 additions, to I encampment at Niagara/ and Union Naval EOIIW.WW Store. Oo.i i'.V.#!l,.

-_ -_ --- Kidnaped Boy Escapes from Captor*, the church to date as the direct are now quartered at armories on
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Brigham Utah, June 21.-Nels An result of this revival. the lake in readiness for eventual i \VG ....... .. 8 ;,i U.- 1 Wau toJ I
derson. Jr.. the youth who was kid oi_. ._. ._ 8 *) F.l.
LAKEVIEW DAIRY. I bit Cummings! has generously, ties. Manager Keating of the Street' U_ou_.._.. II 'J E.. .. .....__ 1 ""
i naped Saturday night, returned to his K ... ._ Uses: D .._ 1 "
I home yesterday in an almost fainting consented to remain this week and Railway Company, after an all night 1.-__ SMJ6C belowl... I ro >. !ii
SPUITI T1J.-r1.4.-! /if .
condition having eaten nothing during will preach at 10 a. m, and 8 p, in. conference with the Board of Trade I ,

FRESH BUTTER EVERY DAY IN ANY QUANTITY. ,i that time. Young Anderson allege every day until further notice. All cemmittee, said today: Of what does a bad taste /in your ,
that he was held up just outside the mouth remind ? It ISfll
city limits Monday by three masked are cordially invited to attend these "There i3 a probability of a settle) that your stomach is In bad condi

PUREST AND BEST MILK IN THE CITY. men and Imprisoned in a cue in the meetings ment. That is all I can say. The tion and will remind you that there '

mountains east of Brigham, fro,n strike is not over. is nothing so good for such a dli-
which he escaped last night. The Saving of a Few cents on a bottleof Liver as Tablets Chamberlain's after #Stomach &

I i Vanilla Extract will not atone for Hood's Sarsaparilla used them. having once
R. M. AVERY Proprietor.PHONE : cures radically i- They cleanse and invigorate -

Garden hose at the Willis the annoyance of having dessertthat -that is, it removes the roots of the stomach and regulate

ia "just a little off" in flavor. disease. That's better than loppingthe the bowels. For sale/ at 25 cents per
411. box by all druggists and medicine
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DUST: twins do work. Officers and Men Republican of Alabama Vaughan A
the GOLD you For Four Days
itLd receive the sympathy and attention which
: Fought Flames. Says Will Become Active. i Do not always

1, \ 'San Francisco June :21.-That th! Montgomery Ala., June 21.-William 1 they deserve. Their ailments are regarded as purelyimaginary
1 1j : or natural and unavoidable at their time of
Br.1 iJ1lihlp Monkbarcs, which has ar. Vaughan of Birmingham chaIrman -
l) M life. Disease and infirmity should not always be associ- ,,,
rivt-d. 149 days from Liverpool ever of the Republican state executivecommittee : ated with old age. The eye of the gray haired grandsire.,
ti reached her destination Is due to th?: while luMontgomery
. in an interview ; may be as ,bright and the complexion as fair as any of ,
gallant fight against fire made for four announced that 4
formally i his younger and more vigorous companions.OoodBloodls .
<]ajs and nights by Captain Mc.N'eillyaad
the Republicans of Alabama will nomInate the secret healthy old for it
his! crew. ago, reg': tes
a complete list of candidates for of the body strengthens the
and controls
part nerves makr
The :MonlibarES left Liverpool January every uie
until state offices to go before the people at muscles elastic and supple the bones strong and the flesh firm : but a'
22. All went well Feb. 21, ; ?
: 4:30 smoke discovered the November elections and that they this life fluid is polluted or poisoned and loses its nu ntl\e. health su "'..ming

J1H:11 when coming at a.out m. of the was ventilator will make a determined effort to win. I elements, then there is a rapid decline of the vital powers, resui '.,

1 in old and disease. Any derangement of the blood
: leading to the forebold. Mr. Vaugnan who is the United I premature age quu-( >
shows itself in an ulcer, sore, wart tumor or some other troubleson..
. An investigation revealed the fact States district attorney for the northern I
the and rheumatic and neuralgic
I growth upon body, pains become almost;
headquarters -
I that the cargo was on fire. Four holes district of Alabama with I constant accompanied with poor digestion and cold extremities.S. .

. Sure It you wi:!. tat if you prefer to make house- were cut Into the deck and water was in Birmingham came to S. S. being purely vegetable: is the saf. ,t '

: j tork 1&51. useGOLD pumped on the bla. ng merchandise Montgomery yesterday to confer with best blood purifier for old people. It does nut

OUST I Ij until the flames were subdued sutficiently SECRETSAt Republican leaders.In or hurt the system like the strong mineral rem '.K

t..i to allow sailors to descend into an interview Mr. Vaughan said: I but gently and thoroughly cleanses the bloou AT

- &t ft mike borne trainer and care Ish'.er. the hold fix tackle to the smoldering the Pric of Suffering. tae Republican committee would not stimulates the debilitated organs when all U ,;

JiCIde C1u only by. THE New York.N. K. FARBANK Boston.: St.COMPANY.wxo. LCJIS. j i baits and hoist them to the deck from Woman on her way to semiinvalidismcaused be called to meet until after the Democratic -1 ailments disappear. S. S. S. is just such a tonic as old people ree-i t,.
-1 Makers of OVAL FAIRY: SOAP._ where they were promptly thrown by pregnancy suffers much pain. committee had acted and the improve a weak digestion and tone up the Stomach. If there is any l he- :

omLoard.Nearly Ignorance prompts her to suffer alonein course of the Democrats had been tary taint or the remains of some disease contracted in early life S0 swill

. tt t P The Joke Will Tarn.Chauncey all the cargo In the forward silence and remain in the dark. as to made clear to the public. The Republican !, search it out and remove every vestige of it from the system

, k M. Depew and Samuel L. I hold was jettisoned before the fire was the Mother's true cause Friend-motherhood.takes the doctor's party. he declared, would put a I Write us fully about your case and let our physicians advise mi he.!,

. Clemens the humorist. were crossing extinguished. Little harm was doneto place and she has no cause for an iuterliew. full ticket in the field. This ticket. he !i you. This will cost you nothing, and we will mail free our book! rn \ jound

,, t the ooean on the same "hoa uwr. One the hull of the ship. She is her own doctor and her said would be headed by a candidate skin diseases. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. Atlanta, Ga.

f <<-\eninc after dinner it was suysrestedthat I The cargo jettisoned and in which modesty is protected. Daily applicationtr for governor. who is a well known buq. r

:- follow? the time honored custom the fire started on spontaneous combustion the breast and abdomen'throughout iness man and has not heretofore been i A Uooil Uld 110", SCHOOL SUPPLIESAt

} in the United State*. the diners : it is thought. consisted ol pregnancy will enable her to undergo the identified with politics. The name" of A clereyman/ tells of a devout but unlettered

" : make speeches. Mr. t'letaens made a oakum felt and chemicals. period of gestation in a cheerful mood this candidate he declined to make old lady who has long been a C, V. Thompson's No It s.mth

: i charaoteri.stic address sub as might and rest undisturbed. public\ at this time. inrnilnT of his rLurch. 1'assing her PaUtox.

hate I.. I'll exiH.-tt-tl from cue whose I' Rapidly Rushing the Work. Mother's Friendis # house recently he found her on the Besides the standard linef "iI

,'.ritiui are M well known under the Knoxville. June :21.-The rails have Donovan Knocks Out Murphy. porch a fine collie\ dug I lying at her tionery we have, in tints we .

I "t som de plume of Mark Twain. bten ordered for the Knoxville and a liniment for external use only. It ,. Oakland Cal., June :21.-Mike Donovan feet. He stopped fur a moment's chat velopes to match :

I "It was understood," said Senator Sevierville electric railway. An engineering would indeed be shameful if the sacrificeof I i has knocked out Tim Murphy In expressed admiration of the dug and Royal Crystal Bond.Hurd's .

, r)ei'ew when calU-d upon to !speak party began surveying tha modesty were necessary to the successful the last round of a 15-round: contest asked what she called it. I Holland Bond.I.adies' .

: "I bat Mr. Clemens and I should write! route jesterday and it Is expected the issue of healthy children. All women 1, before the Acme club of this city. ")"Murwmr.," she said."Queer I Foreign Art Mail(Stationery.: Etc.Artits' .
about to become mothers need send only
, out our .speeches for this tH'(-a-oI1 indvante maps' profiles and estimates will be to a drug store and for fi.oo secure the i I name that for a dl);;:" beI i Material. Oflicn, .,.
I to Asthma Sufferers.
and then esihanp* manuKripts. I Interesting
; ready within! a few weeks. T. J. More pri/e childbirth remedy. Healthy babiesare I commented. : plies Memoranaum Bonk-. Et
We Urn- done eo, but I reiflvttosa.v i 1 Daniel Bante of Otterville Iowa, sc-lf res.il it All and
land. of this city is the engineer in the result of useing Mother's Friend. ,I nl. sir your own one new bright.
that I ha\e forgotten Mr. Cltiuns' I writes : "I have had asthma for ---
charge. E::. N. Harris. of Philadelphia Our book notherhood mailed free !Sunday from the! p>od book. Vain .said
t_ e' fpetih.! I chief of the entire THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA GA. I three or four years and have tried i 'Laz.irdslaid\ at the ri<-h! iia iis'' door: I Rubberlioseall ? :t.a
engineer project, the
then took his seat Ilkt !about all cough and asthma ,
The senator !
will arrive with water .. Moreover, the dame; and lit-knl his 1 the Willis Hardware .
roared in of fhe J powerexperts '-- --- cures in the market and have received ( 0.
t I I I
wires.I'hiHdt Ipliia 'fi 1
i nit-s.
; who \\ ill'll>lt the Hols tonriver Cuter: Case cf Jcseph Hawkins. treatment from physician
Joke.The I and make the necessary soun.tlngr : Hil'hmond."a V. I in New York and other cities On the fir-it indication of kidney i You will have pride In y'' w
next: day an r.ngll&hruan met Mr. Jantl..IosfIJh: but got very little benefit until trouble, top it by takipjr Foley'sKidney flower gardens if they are .
locate the
: tttt, to power plant
Clemens on dstk."I Hawkins who Ihes near Mount Jark- '' / Youehuband-aI .
I tried Foley's honey and I Cure.V. A. D'AUmberte own ground. r
KIV." he remarked "I have always which will he operated l.y water. 1'on.'a. has n- >ierfd from a long Tar which gave me immediite -I 121 :;. Palafox. :a home, and he can do it now .

I : heard that Senator r h'PI'WHIS remarkcbly spell: of typhoid fever though advanced -I relief and I will never be I --- I though he may think otherw-

III clever) but what wretched drhcl Leads Them All. In \'t'ananti is entirely restore.! i without it in my houe. I sincerely :I fivery: woman wants a home oi

of his that was whu'h you ixcre oMiced I One :Minute Cough Cure beats all except in one partiuilar. He has forgotten recommend it to all." W. A. D'Al- ; fJf i i own, and if she will have a talk w .
embeite, 1-1 ti. Palafox. Thus. C. Watson & Co. '
to rtcite Ia.-t uightN&wurk: 1 Itraid. other medicines I tried for how to rf>ad. He was a scholar.ly ,
ever 1! This fignatttre 19 on evertcx .. Real Estate .
and v :'.e leading Agents, f: >
man a gnat reader. He
. t ---- ..--- c uhs, coki. croup and throat and does not IT.OW one !Inter from anoth no.v Boilermakers' Strike. laxative BrornO'Quininc .bct can show her how easy it is to t.e.ne. .

Scotch Thrift. lung truub.'eays D. Scott Curriu er. He fetls the affix]; .tion deeply anl Omaha. Neb.. June :21.-R. E. Me. the rtwedythaL. cores a c-nh* ii. one d&y.I ) .
f I The fciryboat was well on L'rfa\ of Lngantou Pa. One Minute Cough Lean general organizer of the Federation
when he disco\ered!
wept it. Pjny-Bai8am Stop.the TUkllng,
't If t when a Solent oturm aro t'. and fearswere Cure i h the only absolutely safe of Labor arrived in the city todayto I and Otudly al&yalJi.t1&lnm&lwllw tU'Iu Buy a new garden hose .

( entertained for JUT safety.The cough remedy which acts immediately 1- _
ff r Mothers Art Building Will; Cost $1,000,000.St. I assist in the settlement of the strikeof 1I from the Willis Hardware
! ij' ferryman and his mate bothScotchmen. everywhere testifyto : the Union Pacific boilermakers. Mr I BAN N E R SALVE.
: ht-M a consultation! and the good it has done their little Louis June :1.-All the bids re I
I I I' after a short debate the ferryman turned ones. Croup i is so sudden in its attacks reived for thp construction of the" ait i McLean said no steps had been taken the most healing salve In ttw works Company.Bo.y's .

, to his passengers and remarkedaniiou.sly that the doctor often arrive. building which is to form the central : looking to a settlement but that a

! : too late. It yields at once to One triirture of tbe'ord's! fair exceeds meeting of all the unions of the Federation : and GIRLS Do you dm wish ing to&part make. uionivDttT little extraHionvy IIgo.
:Minute Cnuah: Cure. Pleasant t" would lie held tomorrow. after
t $1.0.\0.(0(00 the amount .you can readily do so, by tell
"We'll just tak' jer turirf-net-s nno. I apportioned for
' |'r take. Children\ like it. burn cure which some plan will be !. 101( our "Blueine." 40 per rent, commission on all salts. An Indlbpennable article Jo:
, for we no ken what might come OWt'rr for grip. bronchitis coughs. Hargis' this purpose. The Art palace is to be arrange houst-liola u>... Kiery Ibdy H tI.Jlhttdben tbey ttt it. One tbttt makes the finest

08."London Answer Pharmacy John sheppard, Sidney a permanent structure. The bids will!;! Representatives of the strikers are in ,, Hlut-nitrr you ever used In tde wa-h. .Write today before your territory l'. taken by"
, I the city from other towns and expectto j borne oue else, and we will st-nd by return mail one dozen packages of Blueine.
Kahn. be taken under advisement.! I w ben you bavt' sold them. return us .>()<'., retaining tbe balance 4Ur., as Ylilor COW lUllhlulI .
meet the railroad officials Mondav. Ito> not delay but rite at ooo
lIOn! iu\v.\UD.SIOO.; Spring Fever. .\llllr.."". H.t.\S 'li\ Ll.t.1: L11IG (0. l),p(. C IS. Hoi 9 5. I9aIla. Pa

The rpadt-r i>f thU t'aitr will bepleased TEN YEARS IN BED. -
Cholera Spreads at Manila. pritlg' fever U another name forbililJu"ut' -&L-
t<> learn that tiit-rc i is at It'I-tone ss. It is more serious than R. A. Gray, J. P., Ojkville, Ind..
J Manila. June !1.- The tpread olrholeia
dreaded di-ea that sciencelias I 1110..t people think A torpid Ih.erand : writer: For ten years I wa; con ROYAL STANDARD \\VllISKEY
J .
: i is increasing.! There were a. fined to mbed with disease of the
inactive boreU mean a poiontd ; -
I been able to cure in all it ?.ta-; (''' ; '
eases and 2> deaths from that diseasehere If neglected serious ill- I| kidneys. It wa*\ so severe that I
I and that i N catarrh. Hall's Catarrh system, I : 8 Years Old in Gases cf 4 Full at S3.20
Quirts case
jtstfrday. The totals to date np.s may follow such symptoms. .II could not move part of the time. I per
f Cure" i N the only r-0-.jiive cure now I
:are: Manila. t...!'(' ta.-es and 1 1.1 1"'7 DeWitt's Little JtarlHI er* remove !I con-ulted the very best medical
jtnown to thft medical fraternityCatarrh ". all d.injjr stimulating the liver i I skill available but could rt no relief -
con-titutional di- fit ath" pio\iti "<>. tJ.:crases and ( by :
I III.iug a the bowels until Foley's Kiiney Cure was WHISKEYS; : dMilled the NeNon Co.
opening and
fease, i .. a con-titutional i tivatw ; !lsS ,Io.atl.s.Sam cleaningthe JL and i.. matured in wood
reiinre system of impurities. !Safe pill,;:. recommended to m*>. It ha* been a Ky., Distillery fully
w,.. Hall'- Catarrh ('lIffi i is taken is and
Vevtr jrripe. -I have taken De- Godend to me. W. A. D'Alf-m- before bottling it absolutely pure not excelled -
internally. aotins I : dirtrtly UJMHI the Jones After Moonshiners.Haifiuh. Witt's Little Early RNers for torpid berte, 121 South Palafox. L in quality by any'hikey of the same ape

blood anal inuc
toystPllt. theK-by de-.tniyiiijrthe found'ation has lor many years! III..n notonou.-l\ R. M. Everly, Mouud,ville, \V. Va. i'.s A. M, is eight years old when bottled and consideringits
ot the di-ea-c I and i\jug; the I excellent quality is the cheapest whiskey In
I the wnist county in North Carolina fonuioiiskinini "They do me more good than anything -
patient s-treiijrth/ by building i lip thecotistitntior. I have ever tried." Har ii' ; A regular: communication the market at that price. A* a beverage, and a.
aiul ,i-..i i-tin;; nature in : :. Ke\ Sam Jones is mai- Pharmacy. John of Ecambli Lodge, an absolutely pure stimulant, there is none better.

doing it->. wurk. The i>n>[>rietors ing a ampa'.gn then- and the claim ji I Kahu. Sheppard Sidney :\0.1;), F. & A. M., will beheld Shipped: in cases containing marks whatever t

have MI much! faith I in it* ('lIratin'l i i i made that he has induced almost aK: A at b:
powers, that thf-y aalTar One Hundred the" distillers: to give up their business ued.iy\ June :L'4th. the whiskey, is not) satisfied with the quality t-
Dollars for that it faiN C.A.BTOR.t.A.:: : .
any ca-e tocure. VisitIng brethren are can return the same at our expense and money
fc end for li-t of te-tiinoniaUAddre ; Bean the A'as !>'tIIeJguature cordially invited.HAKKY. will be refunded.All .

*". K. J. (CHKNKY" C".. Gaynor. and Greene Remanded. ;;;;: :-# W. GIBBS. orders should be accompanied by either
Toledo,O.Jr"'l'ld Qu< l>. .'. June :"I.! --Judge Andrews
ofThe r'ecretary.MIDWIIKHY. EIGHT YARI 01.5 currency. potoflice money order, bank draft or exolAjd.AH.DA -
by Iruggi-t. T5c. rod a\ ilis cbaiged I the\ motion forou ----- pre-s money order. We refer to First Natioua.:

tempt apair.M Deteuhe) Carpenter aim man who owns his own home Bank or any merchant in Pensacola.

is the has ft.mandetlI.: ..&.!'rs. ('.aynor an 1Ciiteiu I insures himself again-t lots of .
The Happy Home trouble and The undersigned take this methodf
worry. Nobody can
well'furn ; Montreal: in charge!, of tli-
raise hi,; rent and the rent day hus ) Dfferin her services as arstclaas S. A. FRIEDMAN
jail. r of that city
ish ed home. Marston no terrors for him. It's ea-y to owna licensed midwife having -
home uow-a-days. ThOS. C. had 85 year experience.Can .
fy Quina can supply you Edwards I Killed by Wright. Watson & Co. can tell you how give bet of refertnces from SOLE PROPRIETOR. PE SA'IJLA. FLA.

with all needed in the way AlilifViIle S C.. June il!I Jesse Edwards easy it is. Call ana see them. !leading physicians of this city.

; was Killed near Calhoun rr.il's' MRS. M. OIDDESP, P 0. BOX 418. TKLKPIIONK; ; 179
i of house furnishings at the I iltf Ill South DeVillier St.
1 'n this! county. by :\lanu..1'ri ht in
lowest prices cash or credii. difti abort PENSACOLA LODGE I -
a ulty : a cow injuring the I'.a- 4 rmCDPLI .1
handle class of old.
DR. KING'STRY tlrl every Liquors i:
: OKCHARD AND GARDEN.i f-rop. Hoth arts nagrocs.Vright, his TONOMINATEOFFICERSPensacola bulk IIr bottle wholesale or retail, at prices thai

eurrer.ilf red. NEW DISCOVERYFOR are way down.

Better not jiruue ..i -it' thin to prun.' In 'lli- .--far."Your .-- Lodge, :..10.1.: K. of P.. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
lOJl.n>perlyIn THAT COLD.
fare. itiada in. said the stn-vt
; plantum rut units only the! upper :''car cuiiduitor as IIt tII.wl' a pathtliMtiuh will hold its rpirular meeting Monday TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.

' bud >ln>uUI I In- aft :ilK>\c round. the ru-h. night. June :!: J. at S o'clock. Cures ConsumptionCoughs WICKE&CO.

: The very Iol.-t tune to ;:raft is ju..tfwhen "Oh. thank )tan. Mr!" vho .aid. mistaking Work in the Kink of Knight by the Coldr ,

the luid are tiesiiiuinc[ to swell. the it-mark far a niiliiueiit. ::?, Bronchitis Asthma: ,

The (chefilu: of dwarf |n'ars eon But the eoiuiut-tor ofour< ', \\us inoxoralile Senatorial Team. Officers will be Pneumon iaHayFever,Pleurisy Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter

l't .1st* In their early I'triti. due to de and -he had lo fork o\er. nominated toerve the coining six LaGrippe, Hoarseness, ,
)- Kaltimoie
ffCtiro oiivu.Jthiu f the
sap. mouths. It i io specially requestedthat Sore
Throat Croup and
I A Roodi> to plantoiin! ;: trt-e< ilo i-> i --- --- all members be in attendance. No. i South Palafox 8tr*>"t.

iQ make a large hole. st the tree in !oa'11 an A\\ lul Fate. Whooping Cou h. All Kinds 01 Plumbing and Use Fittings Mt'. ..ai- <4pt on Han'LJ.'pun'JI

! the center spread out the roots and E'ryb'hlyaid I had con-ul1lp- Member of si-ter lodges and transient NO CURE. NO PAY. ..'" _. .w .. .

til in with pxxl s.iiI tion" write Mr*. A. M. Shield* ol brethrencordially invited to Price 50c. and $I. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. .
Ir In setting out strawVerries the soil
Chamber-burp. Pa.. "I wa: ?o low attend.
should l>e ru-h and 1Ilt"lIl1w.0 that the
coots can l>o spread out fan shai.ed.j after six month of severe ;*ickne*, ;MONROE: CAMPBELL. C. C. .A. IMI.A. e rySUCCKbfeOK

j 'Kill tbe soil well in among the root. caued by Hay Fever and Asthma, H. HOKM.EK. H. & t4.IL ;. FOR STEAM DIVISION

r ;' Xe\er permit a tu-e. or \illt" to o>'erlar. that few thought I could iret well PKNSACOLAKLKCTKICTKKM1KAUAILWAY; ..
but I learned of the marvelous lull FaIh
i1; A tree ..r \ j iue that is almost Dr. New meritof O STCJRX.A. COMPANY.Trftlni .
Lreakin? w Ith its load of fruit may Dicovery for 3eari the lie: Krd: 'i-j 'ys Bor I'Jgutur. IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
=ed it
Consumption u and wa< coin- leave Feniacola for lbs Lilt.
i1 'loot! prettj. hut it i is rarely a profitablene. ;
pletelycured. Ford"pt'ratdThrnat I/1 # KiToa.Bt: Bayou warrlngton. N"; V rand
1 '> Quality of more itnt| >rUuce and Lung Di"pat'it i is thA safest of Fort Barrancas at HARDWARE.

L luau quauthtv.I I cure in the world, and i* infallible H:*) ..m.arrive at Fort Barraocai 1Iba.x
for Cough*, (Cold and BronchialAffection I0uu a.m.arrive at Fort harrancai 10.49 at
( A Real Friend The flnet line of umbrella in the 1:00pm.arrlveat Barranoai I:4ip B

"1 suffered from dysPt'IHI.an,1 in *. Guaranteed bottle oitc. city i is at J. I. Stephens'. Go lookat 1:30 p. m. arrive at fort Barrancai &:11111 II Iron, Nail' Axe*. Shovrl; Saw :M I II! and o.'folmboat;
and ?l.k> ) Trial bottle. free at.A.. 8:15p.m. arrive Fort Karraacai Tuop t
them. :>pplie!!, Cooking and Heatim -
diltestiou for fifteen year" ->ay" W O'Alt'lllhl'ftf"121 South Palafox.aA.S'pOTt.XA. 'SJ i p.m. arrive at Fort Barrancai SitSp.c "V"PoJlllt, Oils
Trains 'Ine Fort Barranoai Penis Window Olas, Guns Pistols; > IF' 'a : "-ackle.
T. Sturdevant of Merry ()ak. > ''.
11 We will: launder your spreads for cola at

'After I had tried many doctormedicines 15 Cent each and make them look 7:15 am. arrive at Pensacola ._. 8:00 a. n Agate antI Tinware ana IIoihvi'irnMiiiii Jcods..

to no avail. one o. Its Kind, (IikA %.'w Star Laundrv UiiO v m. arrive at Penaacola.ll:4t p.n
iy Van itf ,* K'JS" Ha. A\\ays: ito I rt-
2:00 p. m. arrive at Pensacola J:<5 p.n LrAOE FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANVd
: I friends persuaded me to try Kodol. "" 5io p m arrive at Pensacola. .... t: 5pn
.I -: (J2Uf //f Tla'p( m. arrive at Pensacola.__. T:45p. Revere Giant Htitched Behinjr. Northampton Emery
It gave immediate" relief. I can eat (,a I.i CURE YOURSELF ,5:45: p. m. arrive at Peniacola .. t.Kt.r Wheel Co., Liftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kil-

I a, almost anything I want now and my ---- grp! r. Bit 6 for unnatural atnrda7s only somine, Iron KiD and Buck Stoves arid Ran f'!!, Wm.
i. digestion is good. I cheerfully --- 1,1 I.54.ya discb.rgr..iolismmataoaa,. Taxi FOR WEEK DATS.Peniaoola CooP & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury's

& recommend Kodol." Don't try to 11.\1-1101. .,m> lie Northern Wood Ow..w.4 imtatiuDi mucous or membnnM.FamleM vlcrrttioucf to Fort Barrancai and retorn. Made Railroad Colors.
I stomach trouble by dieting. u< ia Li--I5iLNiiii. aOtt.IaflgIIT. Pentacola to Nary Yard and return_ ttPeniaoola >
'rnre tins.rtd.o caw for courfu.Thlt : 4.a.i.,. and nut utXiaThiaaSCituicatC. *
- That only further w aken!> the ys- geatorpoa.unouj.INOUWA11,9. to Palmetto Beach and. return IkSCSDAT Masonic Temple &} Pensacola. Fla.
4 tt'm.'I) need wholeome.strengtheuine bid by DriitaI11, ICHIDCD1.When
u.s.a.. or Seat in plaia wriper..g weather permits tbe running o J
j: food. Kodol enables you to ty ciprcM, pnpaid, fur coacbes. '
..imilatr what eat by digesting flOa. .-r3bottlf.. $ .75, open _.
a1 A" you
| 5. Lv Fort KirraniaV n-
III Peniaoola "
'Circular Leave
lent en request
11 i it without the "tom h'a' aid. 6 fJf a. m. 10 a. m. W. B. WnIGar GOfflPApY

Hargis'i Pharmacy. John Sheppard: 11 a.m. U m ,

4'Ii Sidney Kahn.! lignatnre ii on every box: of the gf'tlunl" CHICHESTCR'S ENGLISHENNYROYAL 1p.m. !Ip.m.p. m .,.
Ip. m
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets r PILLS I p. m p.m MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN

r If you wish the very best .he ren..edythate.ureaacol4 in one da.J. .r':aeli'.'UPI&lc.1. .........,ui. .v.I I .41.., t..,........:,,......... Ip.m ftp.m pm ;
ifS ---- t' 41 -'; lor (.IIIUU..TfI: : ... .:'(,1.1':11 tp.m. LUMBER LATHS
i} ice cream freezer at th every tl'.,' ,,II. .In" u': t..W .... .. u. ...of Ip.m. P- m.FABiroB ,
-4. .. T.L........... a.-r... rBDAYt'eniaoola ; I t."
Water coolers that do not .. ,...... .. .. .... ,
the WillisJ .b.LiI.Uv
n lowest price j .co .. hllia to art Barraceti NaVy '
I ) ....... ,.. ... :
waste ice at the Willis ... rr .....,. .M'r. r.-t'--' :'gv.t-.f.-.. Tr-.i.I.'r lard and return-__ k l SA WED CYFBESZ S IKG1ES..Klin.Drifi rap
J ; Hardware Co. can please \ 'C'" 55 i. '1.11. (... I.. ._.... (.'.... e' ,.. niacola to Palmetto Keaon ana :
...... .,,_.... .. J
hardware Co.'s. "'--I- .un1..1. IN. .s.: r.'tI..n.-___ __ 11
.. .
{ II 4 Si.I.Cr t h.&, (.. I I ; ..
rq .4
you. "'.......Io.&1.... !1a.J.. .......... .I'HU.1'6.. 1' Ho' freight received alter 1:1lp. *. ;: PEN8ACOI.A. FLA.


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'riv Coronation York. June Seats Coronation Booming. St. Louis I FIFTH SUNDAY !: -

last booming, cables tie Napoleon's
It I- are at : I !
correspondent of The Tribuni,
ranging from tl: to 30, :
atmr.s ABC'BEERS To win the Battle of Waterloo was due to his stomach. In his youth + I INapoleon's
foaied: in view i'
is not now
a,. Jump 9- digestion was perfect. In later life he suffered fromdyt-
j V demands of American and CO-}. MEETING pepsia and indigestion and finally died of

.. visitors Fancy prices arewag"
i for hired carriages on the two -- When his stomach failed Napoleon's fortunes declined. Historian l I II I

-r '" 'ion days and 'bus fares will bocry I, The fifth Sunday meeting of the I l't, .., say he lost the Battle of Waterloo because something he ate the night

Ar' ?\ day of the next week. before/disagreed:: with him so seriously as to render him incapable of I
The Highest Priced but I Elim Association will be held with I 1 \. j( properly directing his army. In Napoleon's time there was no II;

Girl Falls Down Elevator Shaft. the Best Quality. the Pleasant Hill Church June 27, : t \y known remedy for chronic stomach trouble. Today a certain curt art r '
l' lena Mont.. June 21.-Alice 'i. exists in such a remedy asKODOL i .
,mp* m the 5.>ear-old great-gran'J- 1 23 and 29. The program will be as f/ t DYSPEPSIA CURE, ?:.; -
,-ntei of the late James G. Blaine. i i' follows 1 ).). ) Which by digesting what you eat keeps the body properly nourished

inv.ired: by falling down the ele- ii i : { .i and at the same time gives the stomach a chance to rest. The process
tt I.aft of the Montlcello apart.I'nr I JUNE 27TH. .'.-;; i. of digestion is due to the action on the food of the saliva gastric t ;"
aWf ::: .. juices and pancreatin, a secretion of the intestinal tract. If any of

nciue her father. Randolph! vas 8 p. m.-Preaching by Rev. J. H. r J these elements are lacking perfect digestion is impossible. Kodol "I
Thompson, was private secretary to inns I 1/ DyspepsiaCure contains them all in exact: proportion and consequently

overcor Toole but dl d about a year head McAnally. performs the process of digestion as well as the natural stomach. It
: : '{ is the ONLY preparation which contains them ALL and therefore the '
ago. tlu he I JUNE 28TH. only one which digests
I i ir
CATARRHtl I 10 a. m.-Called! to order by the I ALL CLASSES OF FOOD.
xiir.I.KAMXG You don't have to diet. Don't overload the stomach. Don't eat too .-
(' n I chairman ; song; No. 101 in Gospel !; ,/1.UlA fist. But eat all the good food you want in sufficient variety. Kodol i ,

A i ltI %IaNG |umj> hymns; \05th psalm and prayer by !] VT ilv F' ........._.. ..., Dyspepsia Cure will digest what yon eat. Thus the body will be sus .
ECY$ them, I tained. Meantime the stomach will be resting. This rest will soon i '

(Tll; 1'OR CgT CR M BALM espied \ Dr. D. C.> Burson. I I I "I am lztj-nlne years oM and hare lived berg restore it to health. Napoleon's case illustrates the fact that people I

ado life," wntes W. H. Bowen from Mantua, weak stomachs often fail in crisis. The rmn's 1
fScolw tM ;ii-.ittf ; : lOW Jiy with a moment a
cAT RR a RRN the: !' : a. in.-Calling the roll ofj i O. "I was In the general merchandise business stomach is attacked his mental powers are curtailed. The body issustained I '
htre for twenty-five yean. For years I was :
vAVFEVIq u' : : l ; churches and hearing reports from j troubled with dyspepsia and Indigestion. I by the food we eat. The stomach distributes it to the various I 'A
Ij tried everything but received little benefit until parts of the body. Sometimes the stomach fails to digest the ; j ,
Balm # :li.nlly : each j I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. I can say truly food put into it. Then the work of distribution is interrupted and the
Cream I that it i.lhe best remedy for dyspepsia ever put
itr : while.'I: : 11 The work of the !, left without nourishment. This amounts to
a. m.- Holy In a bottle. I can eat anything 1 want now and body complete or partialstarvation.
n 1 lllf ': I have recommended it to a number of friends You can't expect much of ,
'nno rug.tamsno ELPtwr ea05 To Hpirit in the Churcnes, by Rev. W. i iH. who report the wine : .results in every case." A STARVING MAN OR WOMAN. '

IL- rotne.it 1 posttl 1 : Moritz and others. III |I Kodol Dyspepsia: Cure cures the worst cases of stomach trouble. If you have simply an occasional functional do.

r COLD IN HEAD 1 Hon-; : i 1 :1;; a. m.-Has the church any I rangement, with belching, fulness or sour rising after meals, a teaspoonful of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will set yor

: 'niiintii : i right at once. It never fails.
It-4a -\\oi.i | : scriptural right by which to governits I THEY KNOW ITS MERITS.
of ''lii-t ,
iir I& the ern" nrii.vt.1 I : member:' By Rev. J. L. Bryars "Hiving Vrn a great sufferer! from Indigestion! and resulting: rrlis! for "9 hal stomach trouble all my llf.,"SITS Proprle tor Edw. Vehler.of
uirRf "izt. ut russits 01 by ; years and being uusti.e to obtain permanent r'ikf. r..I"d l to tryKodBlUytJvp the Union ottllntiIrks.UH! PuriJe M.. Krle. }... "and bate tried :
.U hut liie liynmilK t,T it : and others.12:30Recess. .!'K.ure." lava Pustmtitcr R. U. Htndtil of Uunlap, all kinds of remedies consulted serrral dorturs and spent considerable
| !.\ r.KOTIIhK-. his : : ; i i i la. "Brfora I had used one bottle I knew I bad found what 1 bad long money trying. to get a moment's peu-e. Finally I read of Kodol DTS-
66 W arreu -trectNew YOlk. : 1 I i looked for. After few bottles lwas cured of soreneit In my side that pep.UCurelalbiutbt< a trial bottle I hare used seteral now and
\Ung : l : : for dinner. i I hat not been free from for more than ten years 1 am better today can say with the greatest satisfaction that I never found Its equal M
than In yean sod consider that Jtaiol Dyspepsia Curt has given mo a curing stomach trouble. giadly recommend It.
;gut 1:10 p. m.-Devotional exercises I At*|CM of lira" I
-:. ;,;.;.,r--------. :..;.?;:+ : until 1 Pripirad by L C.DtWIlt Co., ChIcago. Th. tt.00 Bottle contains 2<{ tlm t it much (bf actual' mesjureinsnt) at th* trial lilt
i! led by Jesse Jordan. I hich talli for 60 cents.

ISII'l !:, 1 :''x> p. m.-Has a Missionary Baptist -, '. KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS YOU THAT

: THE PEOPLE. alt'I l3' I church a scriptural right to re- -
and :
: tain members in full who
,. I I I Fire Loss of $300,000.
Every Word Costs You a Cent i DR.MOt ,
little 1 i oppose supporting mission work? Rearing! Pa.. June 19.-The pattern
and H Word is Head I Diarrhoea.Dyjtntery
'I '; By Rev. A. B. J. Countryman. I 'shop and foundry of the Diamond drill the Bowd Troubles ol

By E\erboJy. DilTrrent Kiiidi of I'crt.As :1 works at Birdsboro. this county, was ; ,epdd Children of Any Age.y .
-- -- -- :3 m.-Has the church the right
=- to national characteristics in feet, p. I destroyed by fire today. The patternsand f1 Aids Digestion RegulateAp6'

HONJ'Y TU Lt.N1). I it may b> sad that the Trench footis to retain members who buy, sell, machinery were very valuable anl rUTHING.POWDEUn the Bowels Strengthen
.. .. .... __,
--- the Child and Makes
--- narrow and long. The Spanish footis : work and ride on trains on the 8ab-1 I the loss will aggregate nearly 300. .., f!> Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, TEETHING I EASY.-
household farm-
(JXKY TO LOAN-On : : small and curvedthanksto 000. "
'I 'are bar-es, CONs and all kinds of perj j II elegantly; bath? By Revs. J. L. Bryara, t.o. Or mill 25; rests to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS. MO.
ai proprrtv.MNh Terms easy Itrlett'ltulHant.t. I 1 its Moorish blood- corresponding to I Ii ColntnbiiH tla., ... "!I. HI /i7 -
Apply to A. A. Kiiher. i (the Castilinn's i>rid.> of being "high in McAnally, B. H. Skinner, I. Spence, j Chronic bronchial troubles and In:. C. J. MOFFKTT-,. Doctor: He pare yoiir'TiJKTIlt.\.t (Teething
'.,utti 1'alafox street. i be loirdem) to our little grand child icith the haiiittent ,.,.s,""*. The effect
__ __ the instep." 'fhl'rab's foot Is proverbial J. L. Taylor A. M. Lowery, J. E'i summer coughs can quicklY'relieved uereahnosfunlgira/certainly more aatisaetorythan from anything
; To LKSOon: improved real es- for its high arch. The Koransays and cared bFoley's Honey ire e re r turd. lour' very triilu, J SF.rM l+. iiI:1',
L )m large or smell amounts at low I that a stream of water can run J Holley, A. H. J. Countryman, J. T'I and Tar. W. A. D'Aleiaberte, 121 (hose Bishop Southern .!It'tllflltistmrd,.) Pastor of ttt. I-aul (Church
interest Tall on Leslie K. Brooks. S. Palafox. -- .
a, >-\ at law, :?u', $. alafox bl., Fisher under the true Arab's foot without I Fillingim J. W. Day and others. 1 II -I TIME TABLE.

3mlm I touching it. TN foot of the Scotchis 5 p. m -Adjourn. I II

high; and thick;, that of the Irish flat I I
.:\K\ ro-lAY-Dovou' need money short and 7:1;; p. m.-Bong and prayer service The Beer LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
'I i end square, the English : i
\.11 can: borrow any amount you want ] .I IS EFFECT DECEMBER: 1. 19o1
t I' ".n < a-ien terms and lowest rates fleshy.Cben Athens was In her zenith -: led by L. C. Bowman.

at w '- ohU'nable.onimprovHdelty real the Greek foot was the most perfectly -i : i New Orleans and Mobile.
.' !IKIIIIVm.. risber.XWS! ; South Fala- i 8 p. m.-Hearing reports: of our That _
Made@ --- ---- ------
ln-tf formed and exactly proportioned
__ h of that of any of the human race. I missionary, Rev. J. W. Day ; and So.8. 50.4_ So.!. I No.8 j i Nn.l. Not
T- .\\\T TO BURROW MONEY: 7:15 a 12:15 m I 1L05 p I Leave .... Pposa ola. ._.Arrlve 6:00 a 1 4'I( p 8:00: p
1 u ,Insure I Swedts, Norwegians: and German di cu:ion by all. 9:4I II 2:7 p 1:012 a., Leave.... 'Inmaton ..... Leave 2:35: A X2:30 I p 7:23 p
Bi-triti.' >J title buy your or property sell real pro-I'S- | have the largest; feet. Americans the ANNB l SR! r&&MOV U S lluu: a 4:22: p I 2'i a L..avl. Mobile ...._ Leave 12:110: n't 12:15: 11 11:08 p I
*:. 'i-it pi 'I'i rty of any dmcription, have Mnnllet-t. Ilusiin toes arc "w lJlx> "Ito jllfctf.l or your taxes attendod to, 'I'
oill "'J or addrst Thou. C. Watson A Co. to the first jo) nt. Tartarian: toes are : JUNE 29TH. I North. ...
H..alta:* aad Insurance agents Pensa- Ii
all! the length.
same i
roa.! Kla. Charges moderate. To everyone' -LSVICTORIA-
No. 2. No.
So. 1 No.
oho buy a lot from us we will lend money j 9 a. m.-Song and prayer service I Ito5 pm 12:15 p m Leave ..... Pensacola .....Arrlve 4:00 p m 11.00 a m
with irtncti to build a bouse. Hd-tt How to Avoid Trouble. led by D. M. Merritt. Ii i 6:15 8 m 8:5i pmrtl'9_. Montgomery _heave 11:15 a m I 8:15: p m
i lIillam 8llOIpm Arrlve... Birmingham: _Leave !I33am; I 4:06pm
la.nCt '1'IN. Ti Now i is the time to provide yourself I 7U5pm 3:11I8 m Arrive.....Nashville ._.Leave ...... ..... _. _
.-.. --.--..--... .... ... .. ......- -.. I' 1 9:3"" a. m.-Is the church responsible I 2:30am 8:13am Arrive ...Loolsvillt .. ...Leave 0:15pm %:.5 a m
and with bottle
family a of MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. 7::08m lIillam Arrive .....l.lnt.'lnnAtILt'ave
I 8:00pm 11:111
BIAS HK4TKICK WHITE will continue i for the school J. pm
.11 teaching clrx-ution tliron b the oumr Chambf-rlai" Colic Cholera and i Sunday By 7:211 a am 1:10 p. m Arrive ..1St. LoUIR on ._Leave 4:15 p m 6:55 p m _
.. months in the -umlav school room of Durrhoei R 'nwdIt is almost A. Godwin and others. BEST 1O-CENT IIOTILK HEiiIN ; i PEN ACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION. .
"lnlv"r..ah.t: church a"ii ted by Mix certain to be needed before the summer I TOWN.IDANNHEISSER. ,
fliga White, who hat recently returned ,, 10:20 -Who enlist' I
/ a. should first :So.
No No
'<'.m school In cOlln"rtlftnJI'1tb the el<>- is over and if pr'curedlOW 21-Dally 8-Daily'I stop where time not shown So. 2-Da1l1 INo. 2-DaU1 .

lion they will teach a ttitnmer school may save you a trip to town in the in the :Sunday school work? By E. BROS I 11.55-;-;- 7:1) a m (Leave ..1'.l1sacol.Arrlve 10:50 -;- -;-;;-

czlnnlngMonday.; J u' e :28 l'J2iI. nUhtoriii your bu-iest ?ea ou. It I AGENTS FOR 1:1\: : night 7\.1": .. Bohemia........ a. 10:87"p J; IIIMI: J
H. Adki#;;on, U. H. Jrimlar and CELEBRATEDI .. ....... "
is everywhere admitted to be the I 12: )1" 1:11": Ynlestra......,. 10:3.: i 8:01 "
1:2I: II ........ ...... "
: 7:19 .I.cambla.
1'(11t p+At.1;. most 'uccf ful medicine in u=p fo" -ither : I I. f Harper Ahis Ey. I I 1.3-: 7:25 .... ... .. MulM .......... 10:23"10S'l" I: 11:67 115 ."
bowel complaint*, both for children 11:1 7l'4: .. ... ..... Harp .... ..... 101": ,
'OR M.-\LJo-Tbe most desirable lot In ml .iriulH No familv ran ntford to The speakers: will be limited to ten ; Main House-401, K. Palafox: street I 12:iI) 1' 7.3-1" ......... u..a City......... 10:16" I, 5:5: rI
I. 12v 1"( ....... .. ...... "
7ti" "
the on terms by the Fisher Milton 10:10 "
city easy 11:11)
heal Estate Agency 204'i! South Hulafoitreet. he without it.. For sale bv all drug- minutes each. I. R. R. Exchange-Opp. Union DepotP. I 1:3.1 am... .. .....UOOO Range....? .. ..... .' 4:55 "
mI.'nr :;i i.-t and ne ii\>irp dealers.V1ipt O. Box 2t l. Ppn-acol.i, Fla.Phonee I 1:51 I :
II ::u a. Missionary; Sermon by hillIt's S, hi> I :: .. : ....._ : 411 ,
::1:1:1: I. ........ .
i 'I.J.o .restvlt'w......... >>:111 4p "
Ih'n t- \ It sl'angr Rev. 15. H. Skinner of Atmore. --------- I s:;s) 'I.M.. .. .......1) per Land ...._ $:M 8:114i "
3:2:1 8:1'') "
i Mossy S'41 BI" 'a
NF OR TWO nicely" tarnished roomat I? :_'1 p. m.-Collection for miGlum. *- 4'1)O:; 'i" .DeFunlakbprings. IH 28 "
0 !'ISouth Spring street. alit 4:19 8H.. u .....ArgI. ....._ 7:64 .. 2:111: "
a Mistake 44) 1I. 7' .....I"onee Ill' L"oll..... 7W: 2:18 0
11:1)' 1'I'J'' ,? .. ..We tvllle ....._ .. 7:17 1:56 "
11s<<-lp VniltlMlMlllO< 12-n:: p. m.-Ivt-cers for dinner. 1))01) ( 101:15' .. ..... 'sryville....... 71:1': Ia9 "
barh..r I 638: 13a" ............Ionlfay......... ., 8M"; I 1.1" I
\\ \"n:"-Men to learn trade; 2:2": ) p. m.- -;.)Ur; "How Firm a I 8:001'' 10:41" ". ......... lhlplt'y .. ..... 1I7: It 1:{" '
'lenditl: chance offered uobv abort First-Class Western Beef Is i 6e) 117' II .. ... ....Cottondale...... A:1d I 1SI
trough method eight week re- Found itton."by the choir and prayer 7\10 OJ 1l5 .. -Marianna........ OJ 11:1.' 12:16"
steady practice, eipert Instruc- 7:80 11.1": .. .. ._Cypress ......... fiN": 1II! 1
a fa
rtureb, tools presented wages: W" tposltlonn by T. W. Ficklin. Not 25 Cents a Pound. I 7:11) OJ 1I:5 I. .Grand Itldge _. Ii\'l It 1I:'2" '
Ktiaranteed. Write today. 7M '. .... ....
12pa5 noon linpad .. ...... 1I:I" 10:60'
t'rtrbt-r Colltge, New Orleans La.I'lU : 1 Rev. J. II
l 2:3up. m.-Preaching by I s:13 12:13"rrlve..R.vprJouctinn. _Leave 6:10 OJ 10:111":

-- : Look I, ... ;l
W.Day. | at our Prices : --- -- -- -
\\ i "'':11-A good solicitor: will pay.d I f 4t
coinnuisiiiu to rlgkl one Ad- 3:20 p. m.-Adjourn. La=tyear. Xow =(GOLA=($ CHOICEST !
care this office.. mdtfI 4 Extra Loin . . I 15ctol8c 20c i ,
i i.C 7:4.j; p.m.-Prayer service, U. H. .. .... .. .
agile liii\\:111.1.. Round . 15c Lie
_. _--o Grimlar.j ;I I Bri-ket and Chuck. He lOc :j Grist and Corn l Weal Mills. ; -oF-

j\ t\. l IU: IS FLoRlllA. b..t"otnlth'b Rib Roast .. .. .. loc Hs I

..:.nmn?s, ft fur rep.plain ctable.n"xithy.capable conking and general j 8p.m.-Preaching by Rev. J. W. Rump ... . ... .. 15c 15c I IB.' F. GONZALEZ 4 CO., Prop i, i iI f FRUITS ANDCONFECTIONERY( Y

e.'lregtioodwood.rk-"wede. deruian," or Lock Irish box prefer-lk'.i'e Day. I Considering; quality above pricesare I Mannfactcren I ,

\ --. Leon county Florida. I 8:50 m.-Adjourn ( cheaper than in any other city of i I CHOICE MKAL AND PUUEGUOU.NF i _AT-
Ij l' p. by .singing1"God this size in the country.We 1 STOCK FEED. I

\\'A"i'rl'U. I be with You Till We Meet do have to pay more for ouri 1 Patronise Home Industry, for there 1severy C. APOSTLE'S
.". i' meats and have to charge more' reason yon should buy roar Meal and : ,
\\ c .1.lI-F1yP young men from Ks- again. than formerly, but it isn't our fault Stock teed from the Home Manufacturer,
,'.11.." county at once to prepare for I I (or by so doing you encourage home Indus-
j i
and East
'Ill.. Government t.r'let'p- Benediction by Rev. J. L. Bryar" 't we are selling as Iowa.; we possibly try. Yoor money Is left In the community Comment St.,
i Male' l orred. lnt.. Cedar Rap. can. and yon In tarn are Indirectly benefited.
o ITjlm A cordial invitation Is extended to In fostering the borne manufacturer you Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand ,!I
PARLOR MARKET contribute to the cause of labor. Yon owe I
\\ 4" J \ "r.t ,-/a's norse-shoerwho all to attend this meeting.D. i I lltotbecomraanlty In which yon live and I., Oae car-load of Pineapples at 11.75

''tt.-at ".,' II' I:'."'...ne..R.";
t. IV?'a.oln.lla. 17jH .
M. I'RiTrnETT. Chairman.
--- -- -
-- ---
\\ 010 WANTED: by a willing 15-vear- :Secretary.
old l lIo> You'll find him at No, It, GO TO14
,Hardentreet. lilt!

\\ l'KD-Krru yard eggs IHIek :

\\.-xpostlf'a\ <: )-All iit.\t kinds urant.STI of. empty beer GOOD HEALTHCan '

bottlri. 8.KBIIDHAN.. norotfU1 only be obtained by keeping F. E. BRAWNER'S. 'f'fFor !

.\'l-tt'nt N'unttl.lTEDMan < the blood pure and the digestion '
perfect. For this purpose

in every: city -where Ar- HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERSwas

lat Oa< u used, to sell our Magic introduced fifty years ago, 0- Seven Days we will Offer the Following Prices:1.; ;::1.

_' .iters.. No Magic more GIJIUllt.rl'n.matches needed.never. .. ini .. t and today it is recognized as .,
the leading health restorer in
ii'. nd. i"lit I
4 e the world. It will cure DYSPEPSIA 20 doz Men's French Neck, drop- 200 Pair Men's New Orleans Hewed I You should look at our line of it1'
\\ N I'Kl)-Trustworthy person in eaonity BILIOUSNESS, FLATULENCY : stiched, undershirts for 2;c ; drawersto or Cable Screwed! Hhops for this! sale Ladies' High and Low Cut Shoes.! I'
to manage hU'I t'-eo'd esmb'Uie. -
solid financial standing; 9 A MALARIA, FEVER ASIA : > match. $1.20; solid leather. We can !save you money. 'I :

'Ionlt1d" weekly each salary *1S ()UE. Try it. 25; doz Men's Fancy Striped Lace Men's lips yards Lawn fast
175 Pairs colored f1d4
ieck each Wednesday, with all exirect and Silk Hand Sew'd"ici ,
from headquarters: money HOSTETTER'SSTOJ'tlACH Finished Balbrigan Kid Shoes in four dillerent shape' worth S'-jC, to close at DC yard. "'< f
Undershirts at 45c each drawers
i foreipenses. Manager, ;ira rax ; to
.ing.Chicago. JTsAmlw match. toes; regular |4, for this sale $2.05 a 500 X-Bar Muslin, regular 7c t j
BITTERS. pair.I goods, to close at 4'jj'c! yard. ; ;,;
10 doz Men X-Bar Undershirts, .
tsU JIL'It V. 1,000 i''l
worth SOc, for 40c ; drawers to match. have bought the full line of I evy- Domestic ;
to close at 4"jC.! 'i
'. COMB BROWS LEL4HORNS Mrs. Nuwlfe-Tom. dear I bought 25 ioz Men's Scriven Patent, seam Pou Co. boys' shoes that I will close 1(10 lit
lively stock and Kggs for salo.ders this lovely cake at sacrifice. : yards Best Check Gingham, h-
a out at cost
side drawers worth 65c for this sale
at Willis Hardwarel'o's. IVstfM. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. < fast colored, regular 7c goods for 1--:
Tom (critically- -Il'm"! I thought so. 38C. ,
.. .-1(| 125 pair Boys': Easy Walkers this: sale 6c. i '
llAIH OUo-: It looks like a burnt offering. reg- ;
2s doz Boys: Extra Size Pant, 12 to' 10 pieces White and Red "
, alar oOc close Table
--- I goods, to at Sic pair.
SARAH BEIR). .EMannacturera. Whooping Cough. W. C. ROWE, M. D. I 117 years worth II a pair, for this sale Linen regular 40c good, to close at .:;', I
d dealer In Hair Goods Hats. Toilet ''oOc.' I 25c No 1' t
75 Low-Cut yard.
A" Government:, little Office ITS S. Palafoz.lfoarsfromSt09:39a.m.and pairfen's Patent one over 6 yards. /
t. HatrOileto.S9 W. My son had an attack of : fl'
I: .., i We carry a full line of Boys' Wash Leather Shoes we have been sellingat pieces Medicated 21-inch Cotton ,
whooping: cough and was threatened 1 to 8 p. m Pants. Call and them.
I"ltn\'t'r. 1.'or- 1'unerulie.- = with pneumonia ; but for Cham and after o'clock see f2.aO pair, to close at $1.75 pair. Diaper worth 85c for this sale 60c. I1 f '!" ,

berlain's Cough Remedy we would .. > .:
V w ERB FORFUNERALS fnrnlehed; i i have a serious time of it. It also| Phono CO.

[xtee r 'trptly'lolette In Moreno bouquets 823:special: West Gregory designs I> saved him from several attacks of This Sale will Positively Not Run Longer Than Seven Days.

oh I"it.'II. :fMlm : croup.-H. J. STRICKKADEN, editor __ i
-- Fair Haven PARKER'SHAIR p'
Worhl-mra'd Wash.

if'T .FLOWERS CUT PLO\V.BIt and floral!";Designs-. cine For sale dealers.by all druggists and medi- M* i dta BALSAM a nets growth.lit hPromote &s Remember the place, F. E. Brawner's, Candidate for County Treasurer

{ Never rule to Bettor Onj
Special designs ordered for customers, "i Know Hair to its ToutMul Color.
.In Violette Moreno K8 Welt One Sore Remedy I d._k ball' tai 1 1l
Gregory; Cant K*p ity lOri
None mlm to an obiClute cord: b lIAIIIe Lt PwarFslkmS



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I r J Ji i iI I / SUSPENDEDFOR I: REAL ESTATE STATE HEALTH "Stone ost in t t6 .W'orlf

i i iI' Politics and OFFICIALS HEREMr. The 43d Annual Statement


,1. Catered at the Pat Office at Peniacola, A Ending December aur, 1901, n|
I'.1 j VIA second-clam natter. l4
E. M. Hendry, of Tampa, president -

I !; t i OFFICE :-Piti'. Building, 211H South v Politicians* 8j DUTIESCapt. transfer of the state board of health, 1 THE[ [EQUITABLE

, Faialox street Dr-$ &Irs.f j ., '
r, ;lildARIOU8 county arrived here Saturday night and is

: y THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. ;-r '1I .y :!, recorded the guest of Dr JO!. Y. Porter on I II LIFE[ ASSURANCE

White this [ HOC(EiT
'I' Terms: Invariably in Advance. Just because I have in a friendly. morning recommended I during the weekending I the latter's yacht which is in the .

h : OU Year by Mall _. ___*S 00 way been calling the attention of the the suspension from duty of ".. : J. J.I Saturday, harbor. Assets... ..... ... . .
! i4 ; gU Months __?_._ __._.- 2 SOOne Police Officer Fondebilla neglectof : June 21st, all 0 f I331JB8.HO!
The while in the city
10 editor of the Weekly Tallabasseean 4a two spent a Reserve and other Liabil
: i WeekbyCarrierPAableMooday duty yesterday morning. .. ,, AI which are reported .
. t to his many bad breaks, he gets mad - ; Mdrtiiising Rates Furnished on Application Particulars a? to what constituted for THE NEWS by
and calls me an "old auburn-haired Thos. C. Watson & Co., real estate sights in general, taking breakfastand Surplus(from which Divi. -

, t TELEPHONE NO. 118.PE58AOOLA the neglect were not definitely dends are paid). .. ., .. $ ,
: granny antedeluvian," and takesup agents: I dinner at the Merchants. '.. .2.I ,lH;;
but it is understood that the ---=====
I. most of the editorial and some of Margaret Hall to E. A. Hall-20 1 Both say there is nothing of a significant Paid to Policyholders in

numerous bouse breakings reported acres of section 1, township 1 south here 1901... .......... .. ..$
ur41oN EEi_ the news pace of the current issueof ; nature to their being 27,714,62))
31 west-$1.
!I.I Sunday West government street, ragne "I New Insurance in 1901..$ 245,
hill paper throwing pith pellets at W. L. Yates and wife to John Van 1 "only a chance visit.1' It is rumored,
t Insurance
I which is a portion of the officer's Pelt and Jim Van Pelt-10 acres in in force
i me.! But the poor fellow must make lot C, section 12. township 1 south, however, that they will "lay 'round" Dec. 31, 1901... ......$1,179,276.72;
beat, led up to the summary suspension
I JUNE 23,1902. some sort of show at earning his range 30 west-$71-55. Pensacola until the report of the Notwithstanding the greater flnan.

recommendation.The \V. A. Blount. et al to W. H. Baker cial strength of the Society and
and as he cannot explain the quarantine investigating committee the
-West 10 feet of lot 7, block 200,
! b beat, known as No. 4, extends greater security which its policv.
HERE is a model paragraph pregnant public record of either Myers or Maxent Tract-$41.53. I has been made public. holders thereby enjoy, the RAT*

with truth, from the Times. half way over on Government from J. J. Hooton and wife to Dan & I are LOW and GUARANTEES
Rant}'-but bold on, he did explain Dr. Porter in the meantime has entered blOt.
"I' Union and Citizen: "The sugar I I Baylen to Barcelona, and is one of Mary Bellamy-Lot 14, block 107, East ter than given by other companiesKXOWLES
I beet has been nourished into why when Raney was attorney gen. Kink Tract fronting 30 feet on Alcaniz into a contract for certain repairs -
great importance, as there are three 18th
125 feet street-$50.
: strength by republican protection, eral the STATE had to employ oth- street by on on his yacht, and quite a while
Charles DeForesta to William Fisher
saloons, a number of disreputablehouses BROS.
and It turns in fine shape to demand er counsel. It was because Raney -Fractional Lots 11 and 12 in block will be consumed in completing ,

; i:11 i as a right what it begged five years had been a railroad attorney and and numbers of dwelling 41. Donelson tract-$100. them General Agents,

; c ago as a favor. So the American similar {j houses. The beat extends north on William H. Knowles and wife to L.
had for the railroads won a I; & N. Railroad-Lots 17 and 18 in block I I 309 8. Palafox St.. PENSACOUFISH
l 1 I people is now ruled by the "infantintiustries" j Baylen toGarden, and while it is a I Shake Into Your Shoes
11, water front-$1.20\
back tax the state out | I
case, keeping
that still plead poverty lot of territory for one man to cover j William H. Knowles, and wife to 1! Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It
:i while striking with a club-a living of money honestly due it, so he co ld l Clementine C. Roch-All of block 14, :'. cures painful, smarting, nervous feet !
thoroughly, still it was deemed
: reminder that the Hercules who not honestly in opposition to his I Nest King tract-$! anti other con and ingrowing nails, and instantly CHOWDERBY

conquered from a cradle was not I proper to suspend the officer for an siderations. ;|I takes the sting out of corns and bun-
[ former contention go before the I Joseph Winn and wife to Leslie E. I I i
necessarily impossible because we |I alleged neglect between 2 and 4 a. -
j court and ask it to reverse: its decis- i: m'l Brooks-Lots 11 and 12, block 27. lying THE SEA SHORE
know him only as a myth. 'j j I It was held that the beat was not I.. partly in Belment and West King Ease makes tight or new shoes feel''

ton. j! Tracts fronting on south side of Gads easy. It is a certain cure for sweating ; "
i properly patrolled between those : i
AT the funeral of the lat lineal That's the point-Myers too has j I''den' street' CO fpl-'t.' between Reus and callous and hot, tired, aching-
descendant of Powhatan, the great hours. Io\'illiers strppt. bv. IjO: feet deen. feet. 'fry it to-dety. !Sold by all! At the Santa Rosa Surf B.
been a railroad attorney and all I I
i --- --- j
j : --00.: I druggists and hoe ;stores. Don't establishment the ,
Seneca chief, in New York state last ALL WHO USK ATOMIZERS in Ii noted >
i substitute. By mail for
his former contentions nave been for accept any I,
week, Dark Cloud, a brother mem- Heating nasal catarrh will get the I 25c. in stamp. Trial package; FKEK.: j J.'rankIaura, will give mi,. If

ber of the tribe, uttered one of the the railroads and against the people, I' best result from Ely's Liquid Cream Happy Time In Old Tutt n. I Address, Allen OluisteJ, LeRoy, ;, celebrated fish chowder-.-rv5t,
Balm. Price
most apt and eloquent sermons on so he could not honestly in opposition : including sprayingtube "We felt very happy." writes R. N. Y. i!
Tods. Sold by druggists or day at 5 o'clock ,
--- -- - p. m. oh n! -
swearing ever heard from mortal: to his former contentions go to I mailed by Ely Bros., 5(5( Warren St., I N. Bevill, Old Town, Va., "when I IBuckleu' I

r lips. "I am not boasting," he said, ; New York. ", Arnica Salve wholly I :i shore beach. The steamer F' i.
congress and represent the people BATHE AT BOCART'SBATH
"but it U true that there is no pro ) New Orleans, Hept. I, 1JOO. cured our daughter of a bad: case of';' prise will leave Palafox wi.ar' l'

fane word in Indian who most need representation.A Messrs. ELY BROS-I sold two scald head." It delights all who'' '
any language.We I I bottles of your Liquid Cream Balmto HOUSE'AND 2:30 p. m. every Sunday. m2s't
marvel wonder' use it for Cuts, Corns Bruises, Ulcers ---- -- -
at his works, and a customer. Win. Lumberton, 1415Delachaise -
friend of mine asked
that the pale face dares to speak i! country me : St., New Orleans; he has Eruptions. Infallible for Piles. I You never heard of any one UM: .

lightly of the ruler of the lightning, I Ii the other night if the city election ;, 'used the two bottles, giving him Only 2.>e. at W. A. D'Alemberte'sdrug : -- II FoleyV Honey and Tar and not o.

the flood, the sun, moon and stars, I was to be held at the same time as '! ,wonderful. and most satisfactory result store. 121 Koutli Palafox. HELP'THE WOMAN'S HOME ;I lug satisfied. W. A. D'Alembert.
( Eo.V.. McDuFK. ; 121 8. Palafox street.
and that in auger he dares to use the the county primary and what city I Pharmacist. I I

name of one who in his ALL NEXT WEEK. \i
anger can ollice Mr. Coston was running for. Ii f CITY ALDERMANWAS ii THE PENSACOLA: COX Em
destroy all. I
thought: he was joking, but be said I DIED AND BURIEDAT 'I !: i BAND WILL GIVE A DANCE Al

I, }'WHIII.\'S CltEDlT_ ASSAILED. Mr. Coston and his friends were do- ROBBED i Through the courtesy of Mr. Bogart I i MAGNOLIA BLUFF TUESDAY

., A correspondent of the Times. ing so much city election talk he MOUND his bath house will be turned NIGHT. TICIETIASD: TRALN

Union and Citizen recently suggested i really thought the city election was !, YESTERDAY !;' over to a representative of the I :SAME AS FOR THURSDAY

that a part of the proceeds of the ,now on and that Mr. Coston was Woman's Home this week, and I NIGHT CONCERTS.
Indian war claim should be appliedto The wife of Bert Yeung, formerly I -- -- -- --- -
I all the of the business for I
I'after some city office profits II
the payment of bonds issued by I I Miss Bebeina Hernandez of this I That Pensacola's elusive thieves j I I Grass Shears that will cut
that: period will into the
me territorial government of Florida !!city, died at Molino at 8:30 o'clock I are no respecters of persons was amp- ;, go treasuryof ,close, at the Willis Hardware
Another fired from the
boomerang r the Woman's Home. Ladies who
fPJ Jb !
".. ? prosecution of the Indian ly shown early Sunday morning Co's.
Saturday night and buried
was at _
Myers camp and intended to wish to a institution
help worthy
wars, alleging that the same "were'purchased ] when the home of Alderman James
I credit the ervices of Lamar at-1']j Molino yesterday afternoon. Father I Foley's] Honey and Tar containso
and paid for by patriotic as I II will take their salt water baths at
I McHugh, 112 West Government ? opiates and can safely be given
citizens," etc., and that the bonds I torney general has Mown back and English of this city and about thirty ,: Bogart's next week. Gentlemen too to children. W. A. D'Alemberte,
I street was visited and $20 taken >
were afterwards "repudiated" by a I former associates of the deceasedleft 121 H. Palafox street.
slapped the thrower in the face. The i are invited to give th-ir patronage.:
decision of the from Mr. McHugh's pockets, the -
. supreme on the noon train to attend the I
public records show that Hon. Oeo.
We have the authority of the pantaloons having been found at 4

present efficient treasurer of the P. Raney was attorney general, and 'i funeral. a. m iu the yard of the next door :,: MYERS DODGES AN i Gus fl. Soderltod,

state, Hon. J. B. Whitfield not General Lamar when Her death was sudden. She: was
for the authority ; II
statement that the expendituresmade was given to employ Judge Malone I| but 19 years old and had not been ill i i ...THE TAILOR,...
McHugh said he went home
by Florida which form the 'very long Her father, Victor Her- I --
, to assist in the back tax case againstthe 1 1i :tuft AVKST GOVERNMENT ST.
baste of the Indian war claim I about midnight Saturday and when i i
were F. C. & P. railway."I nandez, who had not been apprized House Bill No. 162, A Bill to be i
made between ls".a and Ibm, long near the corner of Baylen street hel I Will for the next 30 days make SUit
1 after its admission I|I of her sickness, left Saturday night (entitled "An Act for the protection of :at 25 per cent less than re gulls)

\) Jwuds having been issued as a state under, the the offered the other day to beta I for Moliuo to spend !Sunday with the was met and almost halted by a tall i discharged employees and to prevent 'I :prices:

white who with close black and for Dying Metro Butts I: u
j j authority of an act passed in ISoG, Myers man that John Heard will poll i j family: and when he reached there man peered I listing other purposes. 'ntnq Ledre'BUte tl.iKitofMn '
i scrutiny into the gentleman's face. On the passage of the bill in the sen- H Suits Steam Cleaned .. II> u
and that all of the bonds thus issued a bigger vote than Fred Myers in :found his daughter dead. Lndirr'ttmts Strain Cleaned TSclot).
i I : Mr. McHugh said it tritle dark ::ate Mr. Myers did not vote. (Senate MVU'K Tousera steam: Cleaned 4' .
have been i was a
paid except 132CUO: held ---- -
the district, but he wouldn't take me
i 1 I
i by the Indian trust fund at Washington I I'I latHeB Can Wear Shoes I at the time and he could hardly recognize -! Journal). 22june2t Hint: Now is the time to have
I'J up even at odds, said a supporterof your winter Clothing put in good
and included in the settle- one size smaller after using Allen's KootKtte. 'I'
J Hon. John heard last night I, .8 powder to be sbaken into the shoes i i iI the man should he again'. I shape. This offer is for thirty day
j 1 ment of the Indian war claim, the ____ I I 1, H makes tight or new shore feel easy; gives I!|! meet him. PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL i :only. Mention you saw the advertisement -
)Instant relief
to and bunions.
j corns It's in THE DAILY NKW-
payment which is provided for I
I I the comfort of tbe "
greatest discovery
I The Myers men are now damning age. He went into his home and retired j otherwise the
the bill recently paseed. Cures and prevents swollen fret, blisters, I' I.. regular price will b:
I Hon. John S. Beard because he had i I callous and sore upots. Allen's Koot-Kase Third Annual PPtihion Itoylnt. September ,"hlrl.d. _
The bonds at without awakening the rest
only issued by the state. l Is u certain cure fur ex tatlnq. hot, aching once _
,' left. At all druggists, and shoe stores, '.'"H;. I:). 1U'J.: and Knit
and not paid or recognized as valid the political sagacity to go to the i! 1'on't accept any substitute. Trial package !lof the family. He dropped oil to Juno 12, 1WO3. I 134 134 134 134 134
were those mentioned ', KKK by mall. Address, Allen Oluisled, I |
in a case reported books and compile from the senate 1 I at and awakened -
i LeKuy.N. sleep once was" at |! I V---SJ- --"fc-A-ift rft .-.-. "J
in the Florida Reports, volt i
t : journals Hon. Fred T. Myers' public I j 4 a. m. by his neighbor, E. Gagnet, I
It The aim of this school 134 j -S-| .
ume and there decided to have : MYERS VOTED ACAINST ] i* to pro- 134

3 been illegally issued in aid of private record and his many inexplainable i i residing next door, calling and tell- j!'COLLEGE vide thorough PREPARATORY HIGH SCHOOL and I *, Ail .rsou's Tele phone, '
t '
corporation by the republican carpetbag votes against the great (nays of the REQUIRING RAILROADS ing'him that he had: found hi. (Mc
4 struction. The school is of especial! 134 d! It Is for Puhllc (;lIe; -134
"- government, the court, a.. ; people I Hugh's) pantaloons. interest to three classes: 10,0 IT'

t then constituted, bring republican i THE POLITICIAN TO BUILD DEPOTS j jj I I. Those, who having completed I ;
I' court. The correspondent evidently l I --' --- I j It was found that the McHugli I the grades of the public school wish '! ]134 134 134 134 134

'I got these hUd and the Indian war VlrulentCancerCured. I i residence had been robbed during !i to pursue their home.studies further without I-._.. -
'*i !: bood mixed up in his mind. Startling proof of a wonderful ad- I Senate Bill No. 74. To be entitled, I the early morning hours of ?20, the 2. Those who wish, with the aid II asu6cadc a Jt. Jt.aBiCYCLES J*. J*

i, Florida bonds are now quoted, j vance i is given by druggi G. W. "An Act to require railroad corpora | money having beeu extracted from I II ''of the careful individual: attention '!

with a lively demand, at higher Roberts of Elizabeth W. !tions to construct passenger depots on 1 I tint: can be given in smaller classes <
i \'a. An
i the pockets of troupers', which, after'having and
a longer session
prices than those of any other*outh. j| old man there had long suffered with I their lines of roads and to provide a been hooked through the more rapidly than i H, possible to advance for i r

emnstate, and the publication of the what good doctors pronounced in- II I II penalty therein I them In public school- I

communication referred to way t t''i curable cancer. They believed his :I On the passage of the bill Mr. :I window, had been carried intoi 3. Those who are fitting themselves 1

grievous injury to the credit of the case hopeless till he used Electric ; Myers voted NO. Bill passed 16 t i Gagnet's back yard and cio-fly 1 ex for college. !
In addition to the usual instruction
i plate, Hitters and applied Hucklen's Arnica ,' 3. (Senate Journal 1891.), 22june2tFAMILY unined. The pocketbook had been in English, Mathematics, History i I hv..l'vVVV vr"

-- -- Salve, which treatment complete-1 I 1 taken out and two bunches of keys Geography, Litin.etc..instruc ;

ly cured him. When Electric Bit tion i is offered, wit/unit ,jrt?
CAMPAIGNINGIN ters are used to expel bilious, kidney : SEASON TICKETS ; examined, but nothing taken t'xt'ptI in Greek, French, German and Span-1 I

the ca"h. ish. The school I is condnctfd at the All
i and microbe the AT SICARI'S BATH ; Prices !
poisons at same j HOUSE corner of West Gadsden and Spring '!

; THE COUNTYScott I time this salve exerts its matchless i l -- When Mfr McHuvh! woke up yes street, In a building which u to
I healing blood disease, skin I I 'I be arranged to it
1 ; terday morning he was: feeling adapt especially to
I veryi
eruption, ulcers and sores vanish :< Frank Sigari will issue WO family the needs of the school. m[ nmm!

:. M. Loft m, E-q. and HenryHellinsrer Hitters 5oc. Salve 2oc at W. A. I>'AI. ', season tickets for baths at his splendid i I badly and -"eel1B to think thatch e The number of pupils in attend- ,
emberteV, 121 South Palafox. thief had ued chloroform ''ance is limited. Hence those desiring -
ES'J.. the tw.l well -- - -- bath house. for a family of onto e | or some admittance should communicate

known young eindul.ites for the j THE PENSACOLA CONCERT 'I three at $1.50 for the season and I i other narcotic- ---to- deaden-- --rleep.- a: ? early as possible with the Princi I Music Free With Each Machine
for a family of from three for two I
legislature: and tax collectorship Heteala a Great Secret. pal.For
V MAGNOLIA BLUFF TUESDAY'NIGHT. J dollars. These season tickets will I f further information, terms and r Fibbing Tackle,
left yesterday at noon for Century 'f1Cli1TSANI'I'RA1SAME \:-; entitle the family to bathe whenever j i It is often asked how such startling, catalogue, address ,
: AS FOR THURSDAY !j cure. that puzzle the best physicians: H. CLAY ARMSTRONG, :i
on a campaigning tour, to work NIGHT CONCERTS.MR. i i they wish throughout tile :season are effected by Dr. King's New Di;- Principal, or Ease Ball,

nnith and at Bluff ; covery for Consumption. Here's the PERCIVALH.WHALEY.: JR.
speaking Springs I ----- -- -- Jfljlw i i i ,

t P. H. WHALKwill conduct secret. It cuts out the phlegm and Assistant.i II Tennis,
tonight. clashes in Latin, Greek and PROFESSIONAL CHIROPODIST term infected mucus, and lets the -- --

The young aspirant will be at Mca ;i Mathematics during the month of ; life-giviug oxygen enrich and vital STEEDMAN Ping Pong.
ise the blood. It heals te inflamed STEEOMAN i
July and Au2ut. The
and number of I E. St. Clair Thomas will ,
David Wednesday night at the remove )
I student? will be limited. For further coujfh-woru! throat and lungs. Hard
corns, bunions; and nail That b the 5c Cigar with the Bane" Big Repair Shop!
ingrowing colds a lid stubborn coughs
big rally to be held there will unite information address P. H. Whaley, soon
I, Pensacola. Fla. ITjlw"TEEDMAN without pain or blood. Will call at yield to Dr. King's New Dic-very, See Premium List
with other speakers from- the. city. i -. your residence if required. No. 621 the mt infallible remedy for a'll I'. -- ----- '-- I Can Repair any old thing'
For biliousness !'
Throat aud Lung diseases.; Guarau- use Chamberlain's
Of All Hot Weather Enemies Lr < CIGAR is grow i i South Palafox street. lOjlm :teed' bottles 60 c and $1.00 Trial Stomach & Liver Tablets. They And fit Keys to any old lock'

of humanity cholera is the worst. in? in popularity. Save the 1 bottles free at W. A. D'AIemberte'a, cleanse the stomach and regulate
laodsandberewarded. 1I' Do you want a magnificent! watch ,121 South Palafox street. the liver and bowel,
Treatment to be effective must; be I' for little ? If effecting a I
money go, call on I quick and permanent B. Bruee
prompt. Wbeu vomiting, purging! -- --- -- Stephenthe ), He cure. For F.
and sweat announce thai the disease !I --- seas will accommodate This weather makes the i sale by all druggists and medicine !I' ,

1'\I\,, \* present combat it with Perry : Headaches you. grass grow. You can buy f > dealers. i
Painkiller. All bowel troub-
lee Davis'like dhrrhoM, cholera mlrbuand !+ r.i1iOU'r.l'5. ,our !stomach ('on-tlpa- I THE PEXSACOLA COXCERT'BAXD keen cutting Lawn Mowers'' :', ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT y 15 S. Palafox.

I dysenfry" overcome by Painkiller 'I, tion and all liver ills are cured by WILL GIVE A DANCE AT and Grass Shears from the THE GARFIELD ICE CO':;. | -

It i is equally health-promot :MAGNOLIA BLUFF TUESDAY :' I
in all climates.i Hood's! Pills Willis Hardware Co's. j All kinds of chairs and
lug ___ NIGHT. TICKETS AND TP.AINS I Fishin$tackle of all kinds !
j The nen-irritatine cathartic. Price ( Cleaning la-d e8-ktrts and waist; rocking chairs at ,MarstonQuina's.
ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT I'I 25 rent! of all! JriitrsisK or by mail of SAME AS FOR THURSDAY: and good crab nets
Ii is one of err specialties. Star Lannllry. at thei
$ Prices
THE GARFIELD ICE CO'S. C.I. Howl i Co.. Lowell, Mass. NIGHT CONCERTS. I I' i Willis Hardware Co's. [!low. are very




No. oooa.W. I.

C. O'NEAL, President F. c. HORTON, Cashier; THE WEATHER ?gl2 S5 SSEE2'ES2nt t

g. j. FOSHEE,Vice.Presidentj; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cilhler. '


FORECAST- Fair tonight and !
1 f 11'l,:
Tuesday;light north winds, { i

C5 25Z5 'a s s !! '
Temperature in Last 24 Hours: r""

the LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK of Maiimnm..... ._................... .... .... degrees! ..... :
Has bank in the ---- -
any State Minimum _._?._.? _.....__?-._ 6*degrees "

IJ' ;

Prompt, courteous and careful attention given to all business entrusted Temperature Elsewhere : .EXTRA SPECIAL. .
Max Min. .. .. '
t Atlanta_ ...... ._..___.._._._ to r# !I'
to its care. Blemsrck.-..............BS fd
Chicago,_ .......................... M 14 \\i[
Cincinnati_..........-_-..-.... 6* f:2
Galveston___ ....._. ....._ !ill' i* t!
4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME Huron....... _..?.-._..........._... id 44 i
DEPOSITS. Jacksonville ..............._. .... .. so To Half Price Sale !
Kansas tlty_...... ........... ...70 56 =
- Key West_. ..._ ................... MI" .8
Memphis ._....... .......... ....... 72 W
B. H. FAIRCHILD Sunday afternoon and there is DOW Mobile____...............M 64
ontgomery _. __. M W
tilk of running; them two or three BIG New Orleans_............_.-._-... MI f*
UPBOx..STERER New York_. ..... ..... ....._..7:! M
afternoons! during the week. FIREAT Savannah.._..... __. .............HI 70 .MONDAY TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY.
38 EAST ROMANA STREET. 8t. Louis ._............. ............70 rt2: ... ...
Suspicious characters in the police OLIVE

farce/ Work and Refinishing Furniture a court today were Aaron Smith, I

Special Thomas Friarson John Johnson .
Phono 406. Will Adams and Joseph Draughn. BOLEY'S STORE WAREHOUSEAND MARITIME. : Hats Ladies' and Children's Hoe Ribbon and Lace Depart-

Johnson and Draughn were given 60 ,'THIS has left broken stocks. In order that we may clear the re-

I days each on the streets. The other POSTOFFICE BURNED. EXPORTS. all new, bright, desirable fodIIO second or shop worn
R. K. WHITE i |
I! cases were continued. All the defendants For June to date. .. ...... ....._ MW.777 t' among them-we cut the price in HALF. This means an
i to you that you can't afford to let slip. Remember, the
watchmaker, Manufacturing Jetieler were negroes. I AKRI\ED. i! early customer, like the chick has the assortment from which to pick.MEN'S .

and Graduate Optician, I Tho friends of Thos. W. Kent announce The big general merchandise store I II Golf Am Transit ts Peneauola CoherseCeotla.IG's, lute, Leech, Tampico to
tooth Pklifoi St., PfiwoU, Fit him as a candidate for member -I of Louis Boley at Olive caught fire Haner, New York to
j of the democratic executive I
com- before day this morning and that I Dutch us Dordrecht 1:11: >I. Vesser, Vera

---: ,, I mittee from precinct 13. Mr. Kent is 'I I Cruz to Frusacola Lumber Co .
FY building, the postoffice, a large ( See Show Window. 100 Dozen Ladies'and: Children's

at present president of the CottoniScrewmeu's ware-I i Fast Black! Hosiery, all sizes a big
i ;
hou e and their contents CLt.unn.Br One I.otIen's and Boy's Straw

: I Association, having ; is 8.'dt'nhallt. Kitt; Danlel+en. by W Hats, formerly sold for 40 and We, value a( lOc,
NEWS NOTES i been for three years vice president stroyed. Hieronymuifor Veracruz, with T.M.om: s ft I|

I before he was elected to the higher I The fire caught on the side of the ties,valuei"iu j j ji Extra Special!)>!. Extra Special(!.
... oftice. He is quite popular alike building next to the railroad tracks i
A..A 1t
.. 'I' ,
with business and labor men and t One Lot YouuIpn'!' Rough and 2"iOO Yards Cambric Embroideries
| ,
and quickly spread, soon beyond Ir be Cento, Adams, Oluckstadt via hamburg i
rile 'b.ird of directors of the Pen- will undoubtedly poll a large vote. i being Smooth Straws, formerly $1 00, iu Narrow and Medium Width, formerly -
| control.No Ursa A J Hocken Bennett, Mo.Norway '
club will meet at i:3) 10 and 12'jcyard: ;
la .\thl tic Kr 63 Uortley, Northfell Hull via lireen- i Extra Special blc. :

ck tomorrow night. details of the amount of lo"s or ockBrss
i Eztra 5s
Special yard.
ALLEGED BURGLAR John Bright Wynnes Kings Lynn

Louisville and Na-hville rail. insurance have yet been received and Ipswich via Norfolk I One Lot It'n'slI1ooth Htraw
16 I Kr bS t')"dl'nham. I>anlel on.Vera Cruz
tickets from here. Kus bk Lima,ejogren: KochelortHOTICE. Alpines, formerly $1.50
i will sell trip I
*' iacola: to Lake Chautauqua, N. S Extra Special 75c. I
Scrofula, dyspepsia:: rheumatism, '!, All of our 25 and 35c widths of
. u $ll.4; on July 3 and 24, final The Marine Hospital Service has Issued
kidney complaint, catarrh and -i the following:
i: August G and 26 respectively. "eoablln vessels which are known and I One Lot Young Men's Rough ALL PURE SILK TAFFETA
A. Herbert, of Alabama debility are cured by Hood's which are In regular trade with Florida
Straw 1.50
formerly f ,
I r'., Terminal Company will run ait Sarsaparilla from domestic ports of the United States, RIBBONS, i u every desirable shade
colored however, in this particular may enterwithout detention or inspection
rain every Tue-day and Thuria ?- --- --- --- with the understanding that If sickness of I Extra Special 7 >c.
lea I instance, was captured shortly after any character whatsoever shall develop Extra Special at lc yard
beginning tomorrow, vIJI -
' > uight SEARCHING FORA during the voyage to Florida ports shall
: i midnight this morning when trying report to the quarantine officers for inspection One Lot :Men's and Boys' Smooth
returnleave and disposition." ; Dozen Ladies' Summer Vests,
1' Straw Ventilated Crown black silk 150(
i 'to etfect an entrance to Chas. John
WAYWARD BOY ;I baud! actual value 15c,
While proceeding from sea yester- I son's residence, 7 North DeYilliers i IT QUARANTINE.

day the wheel of the steamship Scotia street. Br ss Kdale 2,0u>?Shaddock Para, to Gull j Extra Special 40::. Extra Special at 3 for 25c.
'. iit-il the anchor chains of a buoy, I He was caught by Special Officers Transit Rus bk Co Rhea, n>;". Nyroos, Port Natal, to -
Frank J. 19 old
8cheurman, years order
mil :-.u-cideut caused the ship to
. i I Ray aud Sanders and Mr. Johnson a member of a good family of New B----PORBE&
The damage i is re-
.T rt-pairs. : 'i THE SHIPPING. W. J. &
'. ..t ,- .lI ht. 'I who had been patrolling the citywith Orleans, left that city six weeks ago

Ed < J"\jU-OII.\, a wellknownv the two "special" and no trace of him has been suc- VESSELS IN POKT.STEAMhllllS. I'I

.III;! < r.t.! died at the home of j The officers had been looking for cessfully run down Several rumors I Pr Acanthus, 176!, Allan., Pt"usacola I .; I I

'.i- !1.1:1"1: : i li-nry John-ou 42s East; I! suspicious characters in the western have been followed and lot of Lumber CoBrltatten 1-
a I Hall, 1S7S: l. Weppener, to I'.aars,
(lotrrumrut-treetyesterday after- I part of the city and were coming has Wen Dunwody Co I If You Buy Them at the Boston Shoe Store, They are Good !
I money expended iu an endeavor 1| lir D-uraelzler, :2SB: Emerson, to W 8
of 8t.
He member
you. :
was : I
south on DeVilliers street when Keysr j j
i to find him but
1L. aei,, Beiievolent Social club. without I br Inverness, :aTSJ, Proud, to Souther- :
OrHcer! Ray bethought himself to avail '! land, Innls Co
Span Ida. hers\ (, Arana, to Gulf Transit Co j j'i
account of the meeting of then '
u Htation Smith of the | Span Leonora, IToTi, Bu&tinza, to Gulf
notify Keeper C. C. Boston|
Yesterday Herbert
. Sunday Klim Association, the of Sew i Transit Co Shoe Store
1 !i names of several witnesses; in a certain Orleans, broth r.in.law j! Hr Mlddleham Castle, lied Lloyd, to Penj j
& /N. road will sell excursion( a : of Kchuer- sacola Lumber I'n

. case. Mr. Ray went into Mr. br \\iklcrott, 111:8. Mackenzie, to W H I
kets to BlutI Springs Saturday, I man, arrived at Merchants$ hotel, II Keyser: Co ;|

j to return till Monday, atone( I Johnson's house to telephone the and soon after arriving began to ins i 1 SiHJPS.i #J-SPECIAL> OFFERING FOR THE WEEK.-
iI i Br Kings County lixU, Salter, to order
u I I ,.--third! fare for the round' !! station and as he came out he heard: stitute inquiries for the boy. It was I| I'.r Lizzie Burrcll. distress I, I
| Kus Ocean, MM, Mat ts..en, to S M L to
{ the burglar alarm, attached to the thought that perhaps a rumor that j)i I BAKES Men's Black Vici Kid Bals., Bull Dog Toe. at ... .. .. .. . ... .$1.41! t ) '

Tie City of Tamp is on Bruce's front door ring. He came out and the sick Nor Alexander Lawrence,Il8:"., Haaversen, Men's Black Vici! Kid BaU., Plain Globe Toe, at. .. .. . . .. .. ...t1.3ttMen's I
I boy was in a Pensacola hospital I
. to W S Klyser.t Co "I
'"y ducks! at Bagdad undergoing a 1 1met the on the porch. The Rue Albion,6\., Pnall. to a H LCo Satin Calf Bals and Congress Plain Toe and Cap Toe oa the ,. .

..-eral overhauling. It will be sevud'iys I negro had something to do with it, It Berslgliere, lull, Peeko, to Raars, l)un- Bargain Counter.. .. . .. . .... . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... ... 75c:

before she comes off. In I black started to vault the fence but and this having; reached New Orleans .1 wody t Columbml Co ,t\.J Parodl. to order ,: Ladies' 2-strap Sandals, Pat. Tip! Turn Soles .. ... .. .. .. .. ... .. ..U.l '

i wtutm.e the ()kaloo a will run was nabbed by Mr. Sanders who had :I led to Herbert's visit. j i Dunwodyt Dan Norma Co, ;PVl, Alliertben, to Rears, i i I Ladies' 2-strap Sandals, Plain Toe. .. . . .. ... .... .. .. .... 75e f'; I.

.. > ( Andersen, Ladie . .. . .. . .. .
rwrru 1'"u-.1eolJ and Milton andt..rt I seen him enter the gate. .I Herbert was referred to U. S. i j' or Sunbeam hCHOONEKS.Ki4. to order J-*trap (Sandals, Bucket and Bow. .. .$1.00

. -., i th- .1l1lpa' bu ine.s; inter- Herbert was turned over to the I Am Carrie A Norton, 4';;, Eastman. '
Deputy Marshal Wharton, and the to Jno A Ierntt.Co ,
I county courts today after telling the i ii I two inspected the shipping lists of J i I'.r Georgians.71, Bcott, to order !, Ask for a Premium Card.

,. l the Grenada Park I
:. ladies i mayor a rambling story. several out-going vessels for weeks i i I UP.OLEA REI> AND BAILED FOR PK' ......... --...- ----
4 i tiimi will give a concert and I 8ACOLA. ,

'..fr.-.hmHits at the park back, but nothing of an encouragingnature ITEAM8HIF8. I'

I CITY TAXES. could be found and Mr. '' Beatrice Br. 2I':!', Edwards Penarth a, 3 i iHelsinKborg i
raise funds Herbert
0\ to j
''-ilay evening .
owed, lM:'II i, Bclirelll, Rotterdam BOSTON SHOE STORE i
,iiui>'in;* the park. \Vyer' went back to New Orleans. May IrtLlannannor I
I list into lr. :'as, Croston, at RIo Ja- .
Advertising goes ,
> il jive one of their euprrbthere Schuermau: had told several nieroLangbam. I j
par- Kr, sid llarw'ick June itPortugatete
'- will !,*, a children's [! the printer's hands Wednesday ties that he had intended going to'' I'.r *!Jenkins' at Hamburg I NATHAN C. rOICllimiK: : Proprietor.Headers 1m.
ale: and other entertainin) May :u I "
I June 25th. ilverdile.. I'.r. 1711. Balls, sld blt'JdKJune ;
Pay his fortunes South
1'11r public i< inited.urion try in Africa and : Ickentaam, Br, bid Cantos June I'i: |: of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street

I your taxes at once if you do that he would go from Pensacola on :, SHIPS.
x on the "Leather I Kndymion, Kuf, 1 l-"iI.Id East London --

wi- well patronized ye..ter- I not want your name to appear. a cattle ship. This determination March IV R\RK GUAM tXCUtSION

; ,'r.-atiy enjoyed: by all whoa ; seems to have been carried out, for!' \ntoniotrl!,j:|.),*' \ I t Ilico It hid Table I'.av May :f".
I'' rite One of the featuresv within the past six weeks not a word 1 Hugo, ('r.loIl\I. at i'eble Hay March 7 _
'd splendId rilimade | N. McK. OERTING.I i i <)lie Mount, it. .hl Leltb Jan I:: Jeep
> w ts a
has been heard from him
I and as a'' Virginia, It. sid Malaga April It
by Frauk Maura. -- -- --- --
; :-Mj-.n; TAX ('OI.'TOH.: I resulting consequence ids aged mother Cool!

'"ionwill t. life saving be run station.every: 'I Try the NFWS Want Column. i iA..Co. is very ill in New Orlean on account (! FOREST BLAZING--FOR MILES. _\' ;

of his continued absence i
I Green River; Valley, In Washington.

..... ............. ... ... silence. front I! y Greenville Montgomery and
Any news fie Sea of
b\v I
.. .
."' .9'.. ... ... .. ... 1" Birmingham Saturday night'julr. I,
ke will be gladly received. i i Tacoma. \\ "h.. June 21.! -A cpv\ 'ial l'J rj, leaving I'nion depot at lu:30

to The ledger! from Hot Spuni o'clock Oil special excursion train.
A 1 IRISH Wash.. >-ays- -t Returning; leave Birmingham Monday -
For a distance of T miles the On'..n at \0'M: i&. iu. and Montgomery:
;. .. '--. I at 2 m. This ..'.
.-- rinr'al:. of flames p may probably be the
.: I ) is a a Sin--e
f -- I Ir
i THING WILL DO THE PEOPLE last two-day excursion
going north.
---- -- .
noon yesterday! Hi. Klo ber and the Coffee and
refreshments will be I
eUlplo) PI' ai.d !guests of the KloeliPi I
on the train
going and r
HAMS. re-
.. .SMITHFIELD .. ;| Senate Bill 61. A Bill to be en- Green ricer hot springs, have been per'\ turning. Fare for round trip to "! !: ;r

titled **An Act to railroad EiHently and btir(.e fully the Greenville and
.. .- -- compel fighting .J[ '.- Montgomery, $260; Ilq
--- ::2T- ._ :_ w_ __ w-- fire to Birmingham 13 &
f" ,- I companies to construct and provide to save the hotel. Steadily th IJ. From Can- i ".

A ... ; suitable stational accommodations for fire was held back and assistance waasked 'Tis a Wise InjunctionThat tonment aDd Century same as Pen- ".J
f'. < For further information 'facola.
for up.plvto -
troti Tacoma which waspromptly
JUST: RECEIVED. !| passengers at the stations on their '
sent by Mayor CampbellNear ) is set forth in the accom- I
lines of roads." On the passage of ROHT. KINO or M'
Maywood. 3 miles belo here a panying illustration. But how to rl
this bill Mr. Myers voted NO. (Senate PETERTHOMAS, #pi
lumber: carp has hwn burned out. ()-i, keen cool in warm weather if a coal Excursion Managers '
: Journal 1893)). 22june2tFor :. i.
FRESH FLORIDA SYRUP ea h sbe' is a seething furnace so hoi stove is used!; in the house? The up- >' '

I Executive Committeeman. th..t fr.; i raw on the relief train was to-date housewife solves the problemby VIRGINIA COLLEGE

"iinii, '!ei. 10 seek protection! inside 'he adopting the Gas Ranire instead.
: IN GALLON JUGS 75ct PER GALLON. j The friends of Thos. W. Kent au- : Fop YOUNG, L.1IIK".
:; ( ao'vh'e' passing it. Morgaa'sCain This time, labor Koanoltr. VaOpeDitvpt. 1
!aves and
flounce hUll as a candidate for mem- worry ; IN. m One 01 the a i
of the Democratic Executive 1 mile do\\ n. i i. partially rj" Scuools fir leading
ber gives convenience comfort and Young Ladirs in tbe Huth.. : .d1
e : Committee from precinct 13. subjecti stroj"il I. rbmiKh it i j" thought the most New: bUIdnl: pan". and egulprurot I
\\r. IIANIH.I: cleanliness. No heat, no allies, no Campus ttu acres. Grand
i the: action of the primary, and a-k valuai': i .'' < t!. .ran' be saved.At dirt. Once u-ed, never 'di-carded. ry Valley of Vn.. famed mountain tor be ltb.neenfc-KDroptan i i

| for him the support of the voter CE-IOI- > miles below Hot size style ai.u Aint-rcao teacheii. Full course.
Any or desired furnishedby
M. F. Gonzalez & Go's Corn MealIxei.u ('oD.,natory HU>autag<.. in Art, Music and
: i Springs are i-onertgated the few settlers the Pensacola Gas Company at a Klocution otiidHiitk from thirty States, ;'
For Over Sixty Years.
and woodsmen of the vicinity. very moderate cot.PeDsacola For catalog UI'address 'tl
u I1'll.l': MRS.: WISSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP hat MAl Tit: 1'. HARKJS, Preiident., r
been used for over sixty: years by millionsot They declare the forest for miles Roanoke \a
mothers for their children while teething around to b* ablaze.At 4
with perfect .Ucce l. It !Oootb". the child Gas Co. :
ottens the gumsallays all pain,cures wind Eagle Gorge;; the same condition: Everybody has a right to a little
colic and Is the beat remedy for DiarrhoeaIt piece of this earth. But they must .
SOL CAHN & CO. exists and several smaller fires are reported 4
will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. No. 3 S. PaUfox SI., Pensicola. Fit fight for it. They must watch their
Sold by Druggists In every purl within a radius of 25 miles. chance
;: to
I get it, and get it.
of the w rld. Twenty.live cents a bottle. >
Be sure you ask for"M rs.Winslow Booth "I Never Knew Pain Killer to Fail Thos. C.
( Syrupy and take no other kind. During the summer kidney irregularities Watson & Co. J'}
f STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS, k I are often caused by excessive before, what can the matter be? have ome particularly fine bargains '

THE PEXSACOLA CONCERT Where is the bottle? There, I to offer jnst now, :and they invite

Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. k BAND WILL GIVE A DANCE AT drinking being overheated. thought so; it i is not Perry Davis'PaiLkiller you to come and investigate same l!
Attend to the kidney at once by at all, but -omethinz thedruggist You will never
MAGNOLIA BLLFF TUESDAY using Foley's Kidney Cure. W. A. must have made himselfand b0. regret having done

5 clcphonc 178. .' .' Pensacola, Fla. kkt NIGHT. TICKETS AND TRAINS D'Alemberte,121 South Palafox. I did not notice it; I have used!
F. SAME AS: FOR THURSDAY Painkiller for years fur diarrhea? I will repair your watches and t
!'Jay.KIllam KtiieTrs Klht cramps and stomach aches
ana it
"' $ .. NIGHT CONCERTS. Jewelry in flm-class style. J. 1 '
ud makes a eidj tad ctcou te. and cold: I i never failed." Stephens.THE .

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Water Supply. j I Young Milwaukee Society

INJURED IN WRECK Birmingham, Ala., June 21.-Articles (

i from Miss Georgie Bryan, Sec- of incorporation of the Birmingham F:x thousand cured The woman who ha+ suf

Suburban Water company have have written Bred from female
I and women wgakti
i Engine and Eighteen Cars i i retary of the Social Economic Woman's been filed in the office of the probate rn to tell how Wine of shoul dJ anything wit! '

I here. The capital stock is L:, Cardui bestoW the reason to secure hea:'
Hurled From Track. judge
j of health Rine of ('ariai the
blessing on Ii ,
Club of Tenn. The incorporators are RobertR. ever rile I'
Memphis OOO.OnO.
woman who takes it. fine that appeal to reasr
i of Birmingham; L. X, Pitcher,
J iI Zell Mrs. Lie
ACCIDENT ON ROCK ISLANCa' iI) and poor alike. 'olUen-'om'n w ,
j of Chicago; C. L. Furcy. of Chicago: Helena Blau, So. 123 Sev- hold operations and cutttnenth ;

How many: beautiful youn girls develop into worn, listless and hopeless B. M. Allen of Birmingham, and Eu Street, Milwaukee, rnhorror-wompnwhlkn uIVis.
t Wreck Is Supposed to Have Been the women simply because sufficient attention has not been paid to their physical gene F. Enslen, of Birmingham. ., is one of the young that Nature is the Lest p 1-
development.: No woman is exempt from physical weakness and periodic ; of the company *o women whom Wine of Carl slcian. Nine of Car I
Rtault of the
It Is
Spreading Rails-Among pain, and young girls just budding into womanhood bhould be carefully I i. purpose I dui as rescued from a life Xn, HIrn4 BIllY. gives women back thllr
I the Injured Are the Conductor and guided physically as well as morally.If construct anu operate a of Buffering. She writes: health by ,givingature: ; ; a"Wine
I you know of any young laI'ho Is sick and needs motherly I waterworks in and around in! 'worn chance to build up the wasted and duo
I Two Brakeme.i.F&irbury. I ,, of Grdul Is ce rt Y
ham.. The P11141W has found fault :>r eased tissue Wine of CardUJ
advice ask her to write to Mrs. rinkham at L'uIIllass.110 illKh'e regulate.out' .
: with the wafercompany's I wOtntn's best friend and I am pleased the menstrual flow a4 Nature
Neb June 21.-One man | her advice free from a source of knoledgehidl is unequalled I several years present wh 1
service: and the project of to give my experience with It. A few relieved of the drains or of the poisons
'I' dead two others buried in the wreck in the country })o not hesitate about stating details
in the sj'stem, makes the
which one may not like to talk about, and which are essential the new company is to offer competition. months ago I caught a severe cold, haVe functional
and believed Le dead and threetrainmen
to organs strong heahhp a a.n.
s, for a full understanding of the case. The new undertaking is said to Log bun out in 1clemtnt u tht r,w hich
injm"U! is the result of a Any woman who is silently 6ufferI
J have strong barking: and the projectors settled aU over mt, particularly in the untold pains because she too ;
t tru tt train leaving the tracks on tli.Km IS sena: aabdomtn.
I are said! to have abundant encouragement I was in almost constant pain. to undergo a rh'sicia.n's eumina.t''
k Island road at Thompson, smaItatlnn II II II Ilill Nr.
j. from the water consumers of I consulted a physiciAn and took his and treatment. can find no excuse f. rmedicine

t milts west of this city lastEighteen the tit)". I for mooch and without not securing relief when Wtne of :.
e\t nnK: .. N ...a.K a dui is offered to her. There is n : '
relief. I then decided I would try your
licity to deter her. She can take b s
cars of incicruudi.: : <' fob SLEW HIS BROTHER-IN-LAW. I medicine and it wan lucky day for me of Cardui in the privacy of hrrt-Il
HiUid the G'ud.'r of the en-illr! 111" with much of f' '
when I did so. I noticed a change in a ai assurance a al
.tie 'Jitrh ad blofkaled the Hat h n South Carolina Planter Brains Man : as thonrh:; a dozen doctors rec .
and felt encouraged to continue
ifl.t hourb. With Gun Barrel. eJays It. )lany r.hyslclan3 do fl .

1 '!'. n tramps west ruling; on tintra! :1 i iii Scranton S, C.. June 21.-C. Mypr-. taking Wine of CarJul, and my patience Wine of Cardl1i to their patI J

t.'ir way to the Kan-fa*, Wu. .tt a young planter living near! here sl<"V :, was rewarded,for in two weeks my pains Whp not eta $1.00 bottle \' shad

> !I.i f/n. of them wad pulled out "I l lK his brother-in-law. S. W. James alsoa left me and I felt like a new woman" of Cardul from your druggist : .

tt ; K in an iiudiiisctoii.i" conda..' i K pl'Ol11lnt'ntarm'r: yesterday.! Th." ,- ,

,,. 'ought eyewitnesses. Myers has goneto A million sTifferi '! .
i to this city, wheu-h i were no oJ
WINE of CARDVI h ave found f
.L'd. Kin-sree t-unemier. 'TI IJ:
.r. i His name is unluinAii. Tf \\" i to Wine of Card',
.' i were buried In the! v. ref hag, Thr-.t had been a family feud frr'
f II 'jH.., supposed to 1 be deal. ('on .tn." :i yearsIt m said\ that the men quarr : -- --

't,' ,\I. lilt and two brakl'rlWIIf.rt' n.t 4 ed H'sh.rtiaaid that James adxan,

t .I The wreck was Siii,i>oed to'I Ii : c ed 0:1 Mypr? with a fence rail. AI. ', THE NEW GROCERY STORE.WILL ,

i :'a\e 'linn caused !hy si'uaJ.n{ tats I1 ers fir.'d. brcaMcg: his opiwnent's arm
-- -- -- -
o--_ =- = =:= = = 0
JaMi urarnied and wounded contin

', Delano Will Distributes Millions. ;; tied to a "'anN'. Mjers I lnUl.krt! hits

:NI \\ York .111111': 21.-An I'mmon. dov.'n. breaking his gun: stock, any! MOYER

-Iat., is distrib'itt'd among the mint then beat his brains out with the bar

h .> oi the Astor and, IMauo families rel Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stock

by ilic will whiih has ju,t been file ] I = + r

'I I herInr probate of lrs. Laura Astor I II _.... 11 Ready to Yield. of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No .
1 :: "I used DeWitt's Witch Hazel
fH-lar.o. whose death! ; otrnrreil at Oinra I fir
r Swit7! rland. on Juno 13. :Mrivlar.o .. ..r... Salve for piles and found it a certain :< 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block.

; was the willow of Franklin If ._.. ._. .I_ cure," siys S. R. Meredith Willow TELEPHONE : :27; .

Julano and a daughter of William RAMC.r I ii.rnuN + / iiiiiiyIi Nr r Grove, Del. Operations unnecessaryto .
cure pilfs. Thpy always yield to -
There i '
; is no precise estimate
DeWitts Witch Hazel salve Cure
nf the value of her property but I P'' skin diseases, all kinds of wound

m.'iir.U up in the millions and conslsrr Accept no counterfeits Hargis' ICE AND WOOD.

1 .,( r.- estate and toads all over the ce;h I Pharmacy. John Sheppard, Sidney

t 1 : MISS JEORGIE BIIVAX, 19:5: Vance St., Memphis, Tenn. ? --

Weekly Bank Statement I "I can heartily recommend Lydia I' Pinkham's Vegetable THIS SUMMER THAN EVEK fEFCRE

Now York. .Iuri(. :21.-The weekly |I It Compound to all young girls for I lu\e used it myself with the best of CASTOR

"'n!< iPT.t of the assoriat! banks
i For Infants and
!'h\.as. Loans $SS9.olld4: Incrt'ast\; List spring I \va very mutt run done and \va advised to try it,
I which I did ; and I was moat i.!cMvd with its results. The monthly The Kind You Have Thompson Olsen & Co.
$: 'H ills: .It..posit! $t4.(!.9,2: : : .llt9; II I Always BougM .
aches and ji.iin> M> coniiuoa to women, prrially (lhtl'caslfg in Its)' case,
"l"foU art $ .M l.fl"I ii.!; circulation $::: ;
were all i-iuvd by Ljdia 1:. l'inkhain Vegetable Coiuitouiul and I
Bears the Manresa Street Telephone 1'; ;
itC! ti.crtase! $M.7U1); legal :1.31'1 // .

t. STt. 13hO, decrease J12.100; ( now always keep it on hand to help me over sick days." C gndture ofFoley's ( __ __ __ __ _ h _

537J.1': : ;;00, Increase $)19: uti, ; reserve How Mrs. Pinkham Helped Fannie Kumpe. ESTABLISHED 1S63.
Ia9.kl": : ; 4011, increase $S7S.! na; reserve First Letter. end Tar ...............
t rpirnl I l227.73S.laft.: : : increase f:2.021.:! "I/FAI: ; MRS. l'I\BI1Ai-I writ.' for advice in regard to my case Honey

Piro. -in plus $12.1JX.2Vi.; : : de( reasc $1.I; Jleustruatiull his been cmnin.; twii-o in each mouth and I have such for chlldren.safe.sure.VooDlates McKENZIE OERTING & CO., :

HI I'-' ", pains in my back and limbs and womb, and such hot flushes that it i'
seems as though I would burn up. I have had doctors treat me but Marston fy Quina are sole o DEALERS 15- 0

f Italy to Try American Coal! 'j they have done me no good. Canoti !u-Ip iiu> ?" Mi s FANNIE KCMPC, agents for the celebrated and General
1W-2 Cliester St. little Itocl' Aik. Ship Chandlery Hardware
New York June 21.-Italy may htJ! i t-pt. Odorless refrigerators, ,

tt* ties Kuropean country to uy I Second Letter. absolutely guaranteed or 60S AND 605 a PALAPOX 8TUEKT.

American coal as a substitute for tho DEAR 3I r ;. I'INKHAM-I feel it is my duty to write and tell you
1- agih! product. Signor/ Hugo Pizzoti, of the U-nent I have derived from your advice and the use of Lydia 12. money refunded. I,
United States consul at Turin ItaV! Pinklmm's Vegetable Compoiimi. The pains in my back and womb There's lots of money to be made I!: GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUH8EL & BON'S PUMPS.
-* ho is now In this rmtry. Is said Mbe !I have all left me and my ineiistru.il trouble Ls corrected. I am very in real estate-lots of it. A real estate -!

: nfRotiatint,:: for the delivery af 4.. thankful for the sood advice you gave nie, and I shall recommend your sign i'l usually a finsrer-boari to 'dim: Ctrdigi Ftliti! Oils, liaticil/ igstreiaiats, Shrli, litktn, ililiiCOMPAASE9 !

i OOfi.Oini' tons of bituminous coal for ex I medicine to all who suffer from female weakness."-Miss FAJJXIKKLMFK wealth. Thos. C. Watson & 1 LOOM KTU

port to Italy. It probably will come I MX Chester St., Little K.K-k, Ark. (Uec. l'>, 1000.) Co.have, the some leading offers Real which Estate it wouldbe firm C. McKenzie Oertin Collecting Agent for Bar: Pilot Benevolent Aaao

'r from Alabama, although the Cape Itr- I (), my sisters, I do pray you to profit by the experiences of these worth your while to consider. Go elation.

ton foal also has been considered by women ; just as surely as they were cured of troubles, just so !and see them to-day, and don't wait -
I surely will Lydia I'inkham's Vegetable Compound cure every till to-morrow. i
him. woman in the land who suffers from womb troubles, inflammation

of the ovaries, kidney troubles, nervous excitability, nervous prostration eHI'V NOTICEJ-. The Star Laundry
Telephone Girls Strike. anil all forms of uoiuun's special ilU. t --- ,
DCS Moints, Juno 21.-Seventy fen NEITHER the captain, owners
KKU'A IU>.-We hare J<>pnit r si telephone girls struck this morn. : I .tin'h x,111..;prig to any|ixr...m a bn can and that the above t""tlIDomalletter / British ss Wlldcrofc will hf Busiest Best
$5 !
0 00 Biggest
.ijR. tuiiK: up tht Iowa/ and Mutual! is not geuuiue, or wu 'ubhsbe't b-fore obtaining the writer's ,\>< mlSI..Jn. Lydia 1-:. I'iiikham Medicine Co.. Lynn Mag- by tbe crew of said vxagpl.MACKE
lines They demand an increase of : :>ZIF, -
W. S. Keyicr: 10.. tBii'mnConsignee. .
ttb" to $30 a month and a mnehouiCurci 2Ij4tN

,. to tonver.atton.

.ay. r.uhl'rlm'rl' next, sr. Hair cut? t IF YOU ARE ,;: :nor KITH: consignees KK the captain of the owner L> nIsli k i le\\ Gather Up Tip !

IVpiiroyYes.. and, here put this juyour bkt :Norma will be responsible t p
Cancer, Blood Poison, Eating' for debts contracted
Sores, Ulcers Costs Nothing to Try. pocket yourseir.U.irber LOOKING FOR BARGAINS by tbe crew of said vessel.T. rut )
,-Tbaiiu. you, s.r.; I don't often C, AL fKT |rV. aAArl ,. From all parts of the city.
cancer' \
Blood i>oion anJ deadly 1'oordl'r, Captiin.All I (s :
got my tip boffin I begin, and I up
ire the worst and mo,.t deep I\ltl'll: i Irpciatl'I I I ;!I'Jlt ri 9y'rr Our delivery men will call a. :
For the next ten days I will sell ,
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blood diseases on earth yet the !I d..1i .
IVpproy-I t want you to ('on
.I'I'rr creditor, legatees distributees and a'y,1 where, at any time that suits :
; "a"iest to cure when !r.ft.tiitc: IMt>od j that a tip, but "huh money."- you any article now in stock at a all per-ions having claiinx or deniand- \ty

\j i balm H lued. If you lithe Moo i i ij I atlflphid 1'ressLooking! ;. j discount oi'l't per cent from the reg. against are rf<|Qirrt the cstateof to prfhent Fred bent Unuer.to the deceased undersigned : Write or telephone u- and we'i

)..norm prntlueiu;; ulc I ..r<, lion pains, ular pricp. Think of it-you willave.i" within two years.MAX deavor to '.
serve Letter than :
I'or !'iiliire."TIuTo's L. KKAU, you .
plnlptts. iniicit. ujutcle.. falling | ;I :> on a diamond ring or pin, jlik.ax9w' Adininltrator.In .
t only one comfort to he'1
i kturcrofuLi.old rlieuauti'in
:lair itching '--'- --- other Laundry can.
where at regular price it would
i or offensive form of cat Irrh | drawn from a wkauic eruption," said cost
I ecaos: and cale., deadly canrercat-i; j the optimist. <3"0. See ; you pave 2o cents on Florida.Escambiacounty In chancery circuit court. State or

/' iur, blefdiiiR, fes-terin ,.ergs, \\'t'll. '' "What is that?" !: every dollar's worth you buy. Now George Nelson I i ALL WORK C. 0. D. Gocds CanEd (for aiftMTEKi Free.

I m28; lump. IWr.i.tent'lift or sore, kit mast ;;rind tin fueling!! ; of the t is the time to buy your diamonds or vCornne .
i lake Hotauic Blood Balm ( U. Ii. Ii.) ciKil (li.ironfoarfulljr! to si-e !'u"h an : watch or any other artitle in stock Nelion. TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
It will cure even the worst case after on Monday, the 7th day of July, A II
everything el'e fail'. 15.1'1:. I', drain: I'liiinuiius c-tisiiiiption. cf fuel without j very cheap.: Call and examine L'dI2thedetendant.Cornn'! XeLou. ts reituiretltoappear
the poison out of theyrteui .uu1 the | brute aide to ( i ln.t a cent"-W- lun- j i goods.: Remember this offer is for her herein. to tbe bill filed against WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager.

bloott, then every UrH heaU, inakine; i 1..11tal' __ j 1 only ten days. No trouble to show for This four order to be published once each week
consecutive weeks In THE RAILS
the blood pure and rich, and build-1' Read It in His Newspaper. good: *. J.I.STEPHENS. Naws.anewsoaperpublished In said KsCitmbia -

J tug: up Blood the brokeu-dowii Hahn < It K.bi 1/Jy. thor Botanic George Schauh, a well known G*>r- 112!South Palafox: street.F'oley's [lSeltll]county. A. M. MCMILLAN, I Medical Society, Attention. ,

)1 citizen IOf New Clerk Circuit Court. There will be a regular meeting f
: oushly te, t-'cJ for ;W )'t4I1I", Dru-r man Lebanon Ohio
f-, Mores, $1 l pi r largo hvtle. Trial i' i* a constant reader of the Di Honey and Tar By B. H. BURTOVI'eputy clerk 1 kIDNEY DISEASES I the Pen acola Medical Hociety a:

treatment free \>y writing Blond > I'oAiccrMrt'He knows that this |\ curt colds, prevents pneumonia. Pensacola t'la. May S3. imi2.DEPARTMENT. the Board of Health office V. *
Bairn Co.. Atlanta, fly, Describe ,, j f\oa"'lw [i o'clock p.m. Tuesday, June 21.
I': trouble and free medical advice i paper aims to advertise only the'ibest ,, trs tbi Imo t fatal of all d.$2u. Visiting physicians are cordial"

!given until cured H. B. B. does not |! in Its column?, and when he aw I I invited to attend.

.If Contain mineral polnon or mercury Chamberlain's Pain Rilmadvertised LAW I IrOlEY'o DR. E. F. RRr 'EPreside .

'.Jt! a** '"0 many advertised remedie do), therein for lame back he did not .I : ,

..1 bit i U compo-sed of Fur liotanic In- hesitate in buying a bottle of it for I -OF- Iiiru tidRi II. I;j DR. W. C. DEWBERY,
gredienta. lh"E'r1.10) te-.iimoui-ilf ofuri' his wife, who for eight week had n2ottf Secretarv.
by taking Hotaaic Blood Balm 'I 1 suffered with the most terrible pain John j ji I B. Stetson University i

4 B. H. I?. I i i in her back and could get no relief. II Marston $
Quina carru
', He says: "After u-iug the Pam I Do XIAU.CI, T loT-i- .. c? money refunded. Coataici ':
i I the
\ \\ Inner.Ia Balm for a few days my wife said to largest line of matting,
JOHN I\ "'OltU ;. 1'' I). remedies recojniied emlinnt
< President. FAltUAH tjr
me, 'I feel as thURh'bLtrn LU R., Dean
Montt-Til.ln-ns is orl,;illtt. Heun : 'I rugs, shades, etc.,
afraid to approach: the old miol.'rfur : 1 and before using the entire content I'all TtTiii ('ulIJlIJelU'('; 11-edue'day, Oclolicr I 1JK>'J. physlcUns u the txst lot in the
I of the bottle the unbearable cityWe lay our
] pain* i i TWO Y ;AR8' and Bladder I I
his daughter's band so he wrote a I COURSE-The Law UepartmentotJohn Httson Kikcy trouble.1
had vanished and he University gives!
entirely could a t..o.ar"" course. IpodlDg the dpgreA of LL l!. matting free.ADMINISTRATOR'S.
VostJL again take up her household duties" ItEl7Rtt AIIMI1'IS To TH B-Tbe diploma of the Law Uepartmantof John B. 'JUa aaiI 1'.1r\
Tat I\yne--Ot course lie cot turned !: He is very thankful and hopes that! I,8tt't.on I ('RTH l 1II'entry ER admits to the Har.I W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. NOTICED
i down? 1 I ill sullerin likewise will hear of lilrl'.11nform..tlon ISFOHMATl01FortheLawAnnouncement of l:+'2-3,and ail otberde.
regarding the Law l.Ieparlmt'ntaddreuI I Estate of L.1., Kimberly,decease 1
La ontt-Xot at all. The oM miser her wonderful This vain- ---- -- ---
|: recovery. ALBERT J. FARHAH, Dean of Law Department -- Notice Is hereby given thai on the
Fol1iol any one as ('(economical Tibbens !I,i able liniment i* for sale by all druj- I De Land, Fla. day of July.A. \m, I will apply t'.
t .'t'rn'tl his daughter's Laii'l.-Chicago ,; ?ists and medicine dealer LaurelsI.W.HARPER Honorable Probate Judge of K*< ." *
I __ __ I- : county. F'lorlda.r o- a discharge: fro>n
two_ administration of aid estate.
tI If you want a DIce present to give II Tulane Again WILLIAM nsatJa27oam4m :
--- I of ,
University Louisiana.
:! Adralnlstrat
I ; t ) a friend, go and look through; the tXN.WO& -
j No health utlles the kidneys
good: elegant: line of suitable articles at L
are sound. Foley's Kidney Cure J. I. Stephens, you surely can find I Now Orloans.II AnaA.pl
wakes the kidneys right, W. A. _
something to please you. If you LODGE DIRECTORY
i 1-
I1Alemberte,121 8. Palafox. want anything in the Diamond line

; be sure to see him before you buy. II EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LL.D., President. -
Seasonable household -- --- KENTUCKY
I full Courses In Languages. sciences, F.nglnflttrlng. Law, Medicine. Pharmacy Art.
: ajnd kitchen utensils at the ; Thos. C. Watson & Co., I..vpn: separate Dl'parlm..ntSIUel'n Buildings Extensive: Libraries Laboratories -
the leading Real Estate Agents, take I and Workshops.! Splendid Department for Women In the Newcomb tollege. WHISKEY Lodge, No.8, K. of f-
Willis Hardware Co.'s.C.A.STOX'XA.. ill the oil the Tulane makes leaders In all vocations. Its facilities for Instruction
worry shoulders of the are meets every' Monday ergs5'
In the soutb. I'
Eifjhty-sU! Instructors and It'S students scholarships
owners of property, manage the in tbeacademicdepartmenteoen to Louisiana last session. Many Il ItKdalt 0 tug t t !S.-00 at Castle ill
boys. Expenses of ..
scholarship student
renting of their houses and the col. tl.ofor ession. hoard and lodging in dormitories low rates. Opportunities afforded \ In the Blonnt WOI

I.s" 1'I Kini You Ha+t Lars 1 I lection tloUiIu of their rents as consclen1 I for academic college students work, wilt for be self-help turned away In tbe from Academic inability College to pay, no tuition boy. W property ext lelllOIl prepared be I m..Ei: Wilting Building brethren, third floor oorfl.""-'
would welcomed.
: they themselves.
1.IJft. gins October Ut. send for Catalogue.

d uJ l Their charges are very reasonable. ;; Address R. K.BBCFK, Secretary Soli by Daiufer Bros. H. HOBBLES MCaaratlt'! C.O.
I K. K. 4 8.

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-::------ May Hang After 20 Year Freedom. !I I 'ii S
and the S
A HAPPY Raleigh June I papers; chairman of the com [ :
21.-Twenty years mittee will give a receipt for each 11:1
HOME ago Dan Gould a negro was sentemtd 'One Person notice of candidacy received and it I:

to be hanged in this state but a after the 24th day of June any person 1II

Is one where health abounds.Withimpurebloodthere short while before the day appointed Tells Another claims that his name has been left IIl Iii,

cannotbe for the execution he broke jail and I off of the list of candidates published, l

health. made his This his claim will be rejected unless he lliU'i I
good escape. was in 1882 and
;,ABOUT KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE. ,, holds a receipt for same from tte
With a disordered LIVER there nothing had ever been heard from hin ; I chairman. I

cannot be good blood.lull's until ths! week, when a negro supposed I!IT....'. Why Hi 61* It lacrtailoc n Rip- ; If a larger number of candidates 1111
to be this condemned j jI'
murdererwas Mly-So that.mutt fa Scatlhlif i shall be announced than were contemplated

arrested in Georgetown, S. C., and I. Merit Aftw All. i iI when the above assessment was '

will be brought to Wadesboro. If this I II made the committee can, if they see for Infants and Children. : : "1

Pills negro prove to be Gould then the gov. I i Fair minded people always admit It fit to do so, cut down the said assess-

ernor will\ only have to fix anotherdate .i when they find an article of merit. If ment. The voters of the entire county The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature t: f fl

for the execution 20 years having It has done them good they want it to will vote on the above-named conn- of Chns. II. Fletcher, and has been made under hi* ,,: 'p p,.

intervened help others too. Thousands bear officers> including the chairman and personal supervision for over 30 )'t"ars. Allow no ono "

revivify the torpid LIVER and restoreits witness to the wonderful curativequalitiesofKodolDyspepsiaCure I secretary of the executive committee to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and .'" ,r

natural action.A I It except the justice of the peace and
Macon Lines Purchased. I ".Tu..t-a'*jjood" but and endanger the
is the only preparation which pos- j constables and the candidates for a are Experiments, .
healthy LIVER means pure Savannah June 21.-The street rail- itively and completely digests any !i county office who shall receive a majority Children-Experience against Experiment.

blood. = way company that controls the plantsin : good food you may eat. No one disputes of all) the votes cast for that ThtlKi; II' :;

Pure blood means health. Portsmouth Norfolk Richmondand the fact that some other digest- J office shall be declared the nomineeof You HaveAlways BoughtBears

Health means happiness Nashville has purchased the prop ants partially accomplish: this result. i I the democratic party for that office.In .

erty of the two street railway companies Pepsin for instance is found in the the event a candidate does not re the Signature of

like no Substitute. All Druggists. at Macon. Herman Myers. H. healthy stomach. When it is lacking, i I ceive a majority of the votes cast another I
the patient takes and it ,
pepsin helps
primary election will be held
- C. Cunningham J. S. Collins and W. him. But on I
pepsin digests only album. I
the 12th day of August 1902 to choose '
FHKNCH SCHEDULEF \V. Mackall all of whom are interestedin inous foods, like meat and eggs. Maybe between the two candidates receivingthe ;
the company have returned to Savannah there's plenty of pepsin and a lack i highest vote in the July primary I

i.:>wing is tbe schedule of the from Macon. They will not of does the other That's digestants. Then it The voters of the county at large err a ,; '
no good. the trouble with
talk about the deal, but it is learned : shall vote for the chairman and sec- 'iTME
g'-nment steamer General French from another source that they made 'the other preparations. They don't'i iI retary of the executive committee and In Use For Over 30 Years.

i: .. THE NEWS prints for the I the purchase. They were 'contain all the digestants.! KodolDyspepsia the voters of each precinct shall vote ere .u.co".".., n .u..... ......... .rw "0". CITY
accompanied Cure contains them all. It -
.tilt of the merchants who chip by J. H. Fall of Nashville for a member of the executive committee a
whois digests any good food you want. You ... -- -
n goods to the various army interested In the ompany. don't have to diet. The feeling of from his precinct and the candi
fulness date for the executive committee re- REMOVAL NOTICE.Dr.
1stth after eating i 1'4 immediately .
Battle for Polo relieved Kodol ceiving the highest vote cast shall be 1C.COO fr*.
\ .- PensacoU ... .. ... .... 7iO) a. m. Championship. by Dyspepsia Cure. a member of the executive Awarded at Part
av BarracCHB. ... ........... 7:5ia.:\ m. New York, June 21.-America and "Iu'.dKalolDyspepctaCurefordyspepstaand committee j I'
.9 Picked .... ........ t>.' ,ia. m.n will today tight battleat it gave me relief" at onre. I ran ', until his successor shall be G. H. Tuttle,
< Karrancai: .. .. .. .. ......... .:15 a. in. England out a highly recommend. it. E. D. \\lamson, the year 1901. i
: IVn'acola .. .. ... .. ..... ......10:15 a. m. Burlingham for supremacy at polo CI'rro/ordo.had/ dyspepsla N.C."I in Its! worst form and felt'' Dr. J. Q. Heard S ;
\ rls Hftrrantas 11 :111 a. m. and then London The Tnoune miserable Qualifications of Voters. j ,
dispatch to
says a most of the time until I used Kodol
a trip to Fort McKee and then re- Cure, which has shall QUINAtAROCHE .
I ah has lIy"pt'p..la completely cured Those and those
Carrancas. > country won a gameand only persons
f Kurrancas ..... .... 1:15 p. ni.I'lckenn mil. Mrs.V.. W. feaylor. llllllard Pa. be permitted to become candidates be DENTISTS.
today's game is the decisive one. I
e .. .. lffip.m.fen Kodol Cure
Dyspepsia fore. or to'ote at or participatein and !>, MjMiniu .
"< - .... .".:15 p.ut.v' t Cures all Stomach Troubles. the management of this primary WINE CORDIAL
Kitchener Going to England. branches of Surgical. Opl'rRIJaud
1I"rrancn8:10\ p. ui. and make Pfl'pmdoDlyhy E. O.PrWiTT A Co.,Chicago. election who are white democratic electors Hiehect recommendations for cure ol Poorness ,,( Dentistry performed with tech
McKt-ttanil return. Town. June 21.-Lord Kitchen
Cape The $1. bottle contains 2', times tbe 30c. slle. duly registered for the electionin ol Blood, Stomach troubles and General Debdi'y nical bklll.
Wedne*danandl'\aturdu' the Incrtises the ippetite, strengthens
will arrive here from Pretoria June
the year 1000, and on the 12,13:! and the nerves and builds up the entire el atom< Special: attention given to Children'sTeethdold !
wi-l; leave II.irruneas via Pick- 23:: and will sail hence for England the Dewrrrs Hazel SALVE 14th days of June, 1902, who declare and Porcelain Killings. Crown
(i Peiuaeola at 6:30: p. m. I 22 rue IIrouot and Bridge Work
Fame day. their adherence to the principles and
General French is for army A certain cure for piles and skin diseases. organization of the democratic party. I K e'o..rera PARIS A Co..I i:.".t Material, Competent Equipment.: P

-. only and any outsider mu-t national, state and county who, if !I rely,%.,, Telephone' .. <>7H.Imforlvn .
I pa-n from the quartermaster WAS WASTING AWAY. Farris Pharmacy. John Sheppard they voted at the regular election ]I --- -
j a-saje o i her. The following letter from Robert S. 1\.01111.. held next preceding such primary

II. Watts of :- 1lem, Mo., is in-truc election thenoted the demo-j
cratic ticket national state anti
STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE live: "I hive been troubled with county, who, are by the laws i! 1 II Wi
kidney dNease for the lat five ijr I
: THE PRIMARY of the state lawful electors of:'
years. I lot tie*h and never felt they!
the election district in \\huH These
,-pn IViiNarcila anti Million-15i>at well and doctored with leading physicians I tiny Capsules superior>
offer to vote who have paid their poll I' ito I
Balsam of
gun Daily Kxt-ept: Sunday and tried all remedies sug r- Copaiba: ,
Bested without relief. Finally I taxes legally due not less than ten : ICvbeb* and Injeaions. @I\\ and Dealers! In-

CITY I OF TA, lPA." tried F ley's Kidney Cure and les.. ELECTION GALL days before such primary election is I' I They cure in 48 hours the Chinese and Japanese
and who when challenged
held shall
than two bottle completely! cured
: same Jisrascs wthout (
am LvYensaeolalinpn nyinc D-i
me and I am now sound and well.' -- by any elector pledge in writing upon
-HI "ila"hiii Ar Milton ::UJ pm I .< ufict w t)ffY ,n nRlJGGlsn Fancy Goods
Faiv Hound trIp.U:)*'. W. A. D:ale berte, 121 S. Palafox. oath before an inspector, his honor to ,
A primary election of the democratic I abide by and support the result of such I FINE CHINA TEAS
party will be held in Escambia county, i primary and vote for the nominees I -- -- ,

Florida, on the loth:: day of July, A. D. |;i, therefor. j 31 South Palafox St.

1902, for the purpose of nominating !j The inspectors to conduct this election Every Woman Laundry Office. Peusacola, Fla.
I ,
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. candidates for the following offices: i will be selected by the committee t'
II ISlnterenrdanti!iiouldnnwkStl'IV'11.L1 ---- - -- ----
One United States Senator. at a meeting to be held at the about thewonderfulll NOTICK.

One Representative in Congress 3rd !; office of Judge T. R. McCuIlagh, at ,e r11G Tlenewtwt.sts0.M4RHLhirling, ,.. Spra I have been authorized to take
District. | 7:30: p. m, June 24, 1902. This committee vet .a." u II"" JlPlI.d.'. !subscriptions for Wm. Jennings

For County Commissioner. One Justice of the Supreme Court. ;, will meet at Judge McCuI- \ i yy. ll u...(_'olln"tawny.l.lrxrenhlhilt. ',."". Bryan'a paper, "The Commoner.The j'
for State Senator. One of :State. lagh's office' at 8 o'clock, Saturday .
Secretary : I is $1.00 in ad :
| price
I hereby announce myself as a Shy per ;year
,' :. .f Hon. W. A. Hlount candidate for re-election as county One Comptroller. {, night, July 19, 1902, for the purpose of If 1wranmg.IpIytLe vance. Those desiring the paper r. I

:n ui. 'e him a* a candid.ite commissioner from district 2 of Es Two Railroad Commissioners. canvassing the vote and announcingthe othe4lml.rndetampfMn M*H' 1:1.ae.rtdno: 4 M1S can have it sent to them by ser J-- -

fill M.tttM' .:, r ir from this, the r cambia county subject to I ,, '
1 Heij: :tin' i. District i and repect.lly the democratic primaries July 15, Two :Members of the House of Rep- will have then and there the talnahlt'lI..h.full 'ulI'nlano '11",1")1'. ''In.MtKltLtO.., ': ._ H.M. ROTH
a-k t',.. of all I) > election if have I oM.I
Mipport\ mo- rtsentathes. Mums of said ; they Care Daily Ne .
and a-k the support of the: voters I Room &!;c Times Bldi., 1\t'w\'orlt.
'"i riiin it the coming priimry.: JOHN (i. WEl.II.: One Tax Assessor not been already forwarded to the i I.:
One Tax Collector. chairman of this committee.C. .

For Representative. One Treasurer. B. PAUKH1LL
For Commissioner.Mr. County THE GARDEN SECTION
: .IP friend* of fcutt M. Loftiu takeS Five County Commissioners.Three DAN MTRPIIY' Chairman :
means of announcing him a., u.ididite Frank John.ou hereby an- Members of the County Board Secretary.

.. fur Representative in the nounces himself as a candidate for of Public Instruction.One o-O3T*-oIPensacola 1 l

'i-lature from E-cambid county, relectiou as county commissioner Justice of the Peace for District I
i they desire the support of all from district four, K-cambia county, No. One. Retaliation: Against Go;. Heard. Florida.

,mrrat in the comfy primary. subject to the will of the democratic One Constable for Districts Nos. 1, Chicago June 19.-.\ special to TheFt i

voters in the coming primaries He i: cord herald from Baton Rouge, La.
3.4, 5 6.
For Representative. does this for the rea-on that hewants One. Chairman of the County Executive says: Governor! Hard has been no'i- Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. :' '
the ollice and thinks he
I IB friends of Henry C. Clopton can Committee. I fled by the British consul that Ixuis It
be of benefit to the be-t interest of
miice him a", a candidate fore One of the Execu- cattle will be shut
Secretary County ana out of Sough
.enutive i'i the the whole county. If his friendiand Beautiful Lots for Sale. I Ioj
Legislature .
aul'nqUf'lt the people ititere-ted agree with tne Africa This action is believed to bIn
in Ks-canibn: coaa'y. member of the executive
county ,
tupportof democratic all democrats prim in the I purt.I him. he will appreciate their up- Committee in and for Precincts Nos. '!: test retaliation to the state for department the gO'E'rnol's'Ira against 40x137 feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord- +i;

rug try. one to twenty, inclusive. i
|I ing to location and
!I, The State Executive Committee has mule shipments and the operations of surroundings. :
For Representative For County Commiss oner. - ;
the rules and :the British military camp at Port I
friend, of Chat. .\1. Costnn an- The friends of J. W. lirewton of prescribed regulations i i Chalmette. Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View i
of the primary for state officers including I ,
him as a candidate for rep- district No. o announce him a< a I
the State Senator and members High Fertile Lands.
':itive in the legislature from candidate for re-election from said II
Pelee Does More
RE'presentati\'es.1 Damage.
of the House of
uibia county and they a-k the district, subject to the action of the I
of all democrats! in the conan primaries July 15. and the County Executive Committee I Fort de Prance Island of Martinique The grandest opportunity for investment ever :
at a meeting held in the office of Wednesday. June 13.-A column of

try For County Commissioner.I County Judge McCullash on the 2Cth slime 2'W:! feet high has been ejected offered in Pensacola. ;

For Railroad Commissioner. I' day of May, 19o2! ; provided rules and from Mont Pelee and has fallen on 11 ,

>v. 'iiizinjj fully in-, rights of the 'I hereby announce myself a; a regulations as follows, in accordancewith Brass Borne Seekers Should See These Lots
Iud product to moreconli candidate for county commissioner, the platform and regulations of Point enveloping the lower portion j I i
from di-trict, subject to the action 'j I of the town and completely razing
< ::1 i n at the hanu-s IIf the Flor- the State Executive Committee for the ;
(Itaiiroad Couttui--i.iu, I -"licit |i of the voters at the ensuing demo nomination of candidates for Tax Assessor ''toil j I hOllsf'B.0 loss of life has been I VVClu'bTbsCorner t

,"ort of all DeinoeiaN who cratic primary July C 15. Tax (Collector County Treasurer -,, reported __ I IWARNIIG.
: D. W. YARltRot
if the declaration (>f prin- rail. County Commissioner, School i, .
Mt forth in my platform Board, and Members of the Executive i I Garden and Alcaniz Streets. j! .

>t (plttfunn ent tll any one For County Commissioner.The Committee: If you have kidney or bladder ,,

-- 'Itg me at \Ve-t Palm Brach, friends of J. B. Roberts announce The values of the candidates for trouble and do not use Foley's Kidney -
F.e.lmJoST. WM.HKNOWLKH, W. K. HYE&, JR., J. H,
KEEHK. .i'!
K. HmsON: HUUK.ror him as a candidate for re- these different county offices and members Cure, you will have only yourself President. Ylce-Presdent. Cieblvr 'I S .
An't Cftibltr
f elt c ion as county commissioner of the Executive Committtee must to blame for results, as it positively

County 1 reuurer. from District I. subject to the action be printed upon the official ballot to beused cures all forms of kidney and

lendf Krank 1-:. Bra\vuer of tl.e democratic primaries July in said primary election July 15, bladder di-ea-e;>. W. A. D'Aleir-

.1Il110UUCe him as a cindi.late: la. They believe that the material 1902 and no blank lines will be left berte 121 S. Palafox. First National Bank
Kcambiaubject ;
,1\ Treasurer
interests of the demand his
of thei county on said ballots, and no voter will be
to the action re-election and they a-k the supportof Foiey's Kidney Cure !
,, primaries July 15; and I democrat securing it. allowed to vote for or write the name ;1 :

'in the sul+I'ort lit the voter. every in of any candidate on the said ballot nukes kidneys and bladder right. l'
unless the name of the candidate be OF PENSACOLA. FLA. 9:! 1' .
For Commissioner.
For County Treasurer. County printed on said ballot. Pocket cutlery and scis- !i'IIRPJaTOFi I.

myself candidate foru I announce myself a candidate for Each person desiring to have his I .

< for the p,,-iti.tIt of election a+ county comum-ioner for name printed on the primary elet lion sors from the finest to the WM. H. KNOWLE8. W. A. BLODNT F. C. URENT. N. K. HYER. JI- ; .1

,i-urerof K-cambi ('IHIIId di..trlct0.1.. at primary: to be held ballot as a candidate for the above cheapest at the Willis D. G. :.
15th, and a-k for the of 1
July support
executive commit
the action of the demo- county offices and '
Hardware Co.

,1'J.. \\'. FKATEU.r all democrats. Ll I. DAMH.L. l'OUllteXN'ut tee shall tile with\'t' committee the chairman on of or this before r rTi1 d muti EZ AaA B 9ntt i l_ itk t
ail Ml I !
I Tax Assessor. For County Commissioner., aot the June.noon A.hour.D. li'02.12 m.his. on notice the 24th:! of BuffaloBaking tA-t Ili ; D ( ; '

The friends of \\'. A. .-;11t.luhere- t .
,iiiounce my-elf a* :ii candidacy and application in writingto .
; i A- announce :.I- camiiU" for reelection Jj
: p-election aTax by have his name so printed upon a .
'We draw Billa of
...II11l1is.lonel oar own Exchange on Great Britain, Ireland
!i. tibia county, subject a- i-"iiuty i blank to be furnished by said chairman
.a i the democratic pri from di=tri'-t No :l of K-cambia accompanied with a sum ofmoney Powder Germany, France Austria Italy Holland Bpaln, Belgium, Rassla, Nor ];;::1 ,.

county, s-ubjf to the "ictiou of the ; assessed by the committee as way Sweden Denmark and other European countries ;": .

W. \\'. HU'HARIiS. deniociauc prnuarieJuly 15, and follows:

--- --- ask t-.r II\IJlth litany support of all Each Candidate for Tax Collec- 9 Vessels Disbursed upon the MOBS Favorable Terms, and then :.-bit ,.

Far Tax Collector Ifll.o.r u,. tor . . . . . $1 00.00 Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen Dart t.r
uuiounce, myself as a I after Vessel Arrives there.
I! (;...ulun.iuner..lfttr Each Candidate for Tax Assessor : __ rfi''
t'olKca <<
1 re-eln-tion as Tax i.r County . . . "", 00
. . . t
'nbia county subject due consideration I appeal Each Candidate for County rE Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection '1 :

'II, -i i toe democratic pri- t" ...y many friends and the demo Treasurer . . . . TO; ,00 with which we have a Pritra Anartment for the Use ;
i.* ,-' ic voteras a candidate for the Each Candidate for County'com of Renter

A. H. D'ALEMBKKTE.-- ---- urn ..- ..t county commissioner from missioner . . . . 10.00 1 \
tor Tax Collector. Ui-. ic-t tour of E-cambia. county. Ear h Candidate for School } \

11I- IIf I I enry BplliultH an- I'i s,. member me at the primary Hoard . . . . . 10.00
tn ai a candidate for 'I'axi! elect n, ..r the democratic partyJuly Each Candidate Justice of Peace 5.00 WE WILL-FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE r

15; liW. 1). )1.\1 EHRI1T.
tit K-cambu; county Ht>- Each Candidate for Constable. 5.00 ,. -
e del locr.ttlc primary to be Olive, Fla. Candidate for members of the Executive Stifle WrJ-laurrat.rlralatueu.< ,for mr hand. t

i,"), ("Oi.! and request the Committee are not required to a anti eewh.lbr.ntlp Inn AF.ADTHErE-rLM ir pitroni and r. :
For be ->r it I loot ;
"I all Democrat-. you
pay any assessment.As I i Cttfhoan Vfff.ltKll'..ri.irrhAfrrnf a'ed.a..ds'* a lborJ | ,.
-' -- --- The friends, of H. Hathwell of soon after June 24 as possible a Pure. I > a hoe of "' ap < ];0:1.: sue 'pure.
-or Member School Board. Guaranteed Absolutely I I L I or k.'ttr .f ppr'uni dear
Hint Springs hereby announce himas list of all candidates for above-named | rbotn-bf (o-neiif t'lrliiim .
"itndt \\ M. hereitni'e V ..
Agerton e unf'OIl.rewom.loben.rk-t. Ian < ArarelMa.
hi, for the a candidate for County Cttnnni4siouer positions will be printed in the news- 1 lJt..III"I..al", Kor.... is,ta.i '.of 'a1a, ute
candidacy I from district No. Vof Ecambia I ;iaJanI tAtfr IVJUA:rt; i.r.-..*"'.. T>, .
of tne ---- tfkalt'MMneMIaUldy.la.IMUt!
member -
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as ;a --
subject to the action of .
: county K "e a ftO-HIrm III..u. "rtL 1-
ti>ai\l from di-trict lc o. :3? Years of Popularityis it" .bnt a heautifi, ,' rtlmsi-jtM al4
the democratic primaries July 15, M\i> The Housewives who have g-ivf'n toy. 5
r llr f.JlTi o !I' 'urear I'--
democratic! prinnryatli : a
litlji.' and voters.For a-k. for him the support o'f the the record of Painkiller Perry Buffalo a fair trial continue to u.c it. am Tervmwrh: p:>...... vitt Bi""roi uithn, VTI ..anji nr I','fA1'. J n.aaua: ..,..! ,,,r,.,, .'"_t in, ., 1'.1:! T._.

Davi), but the shops are full of imitation for it makes delicious hot biscuit, i rMp.r..n are IK M... IA'id' BF.AWXr fnrki.1..1.1.I.' iMc..sr'S'<', .."."'. h.'T..a.J Mi
or Mber Board Public Instruction. ,. ,. .,. -if sfptni ..
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Executive Committeeman. made to ell the great ** "' i r. fmCooJi \lu. al) I I '" ,.r.
upon roll*, griddle cake and muffin .
nds tit Hon. ElijAh Ward revived W-day My < ut 'mtr ar; a: wr au'.w :i % 'r't i T 4.iT 1
'I be w 0:1 p toil win, tw.r i I&rr.p'e Sine cola < |, w..ttJOI"U.. N"nun 'I ; i r I.
the cau-
I hertblnuuullet' of genuine ; .
ui- name a= a candidate myself as a reputation; It makes! wholesome food. for .ncaaaehmprtrrebefore, U 'renda.dler. ..Mr .eSiturantISda! }. .. .. w'. iMM. I }
for member of the Cuunn'Ex..cuti'e 1.... thanned > W V.. ...', :. 1 a
member of the candidate when ask for a ID di. mure w ii t ie J 'nr rmud. "ei1
i-t'-Mi a- *therefore you adulterants in
tiou time are no it. ....". w ACfVts wldUlNGman.ytrf.e.Oaymg nv )>..-t47l>j.
from Precinct

No.Public 3 of E Instruction=cunbia county from i i'lhirteen and Committee solicit the support of bottle to see that you get the senu-for SALVONA SOAP CO., Ccr 12th i Pint Sts. ST. LOUIS MO. 1 .
An unfailing remedy >SCAR E,
'Democratic the ine. MAURA
>, the action of the dtvno1.rtuiatteJuty voters at comm,? -' ,
I >. i, primary. JAMES L. :;WEE"E\'. cough*, cold, broach iti. Telephone 4S3. Sales Agent. '
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t "' T Palmetto a sa ?sa sabits. :
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t r.' C. P. Walker of Milton is a (( I,,

i t day the Giants visitor in our city today. ( :
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, .U f defeated the i j I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Jones of Bag-1'; ( ,

r 1 -- Millers fromMontgomery dad, arrived in the city via the -FORBARGAINS- (! ,, j OXFORDS
.- by''i steamer Okoloosa." i I {, I,

t I I 1\' an overwhelm-1 i i!! W. N. Roberts spent Sunday with I t

: .\oj J" ingscoreof 10 to ,!' Simpsons hU: family at Arcadia.who are visiting the I, !t J f CAN BE MADE NEW AND ATTRACTIVE WITH A PAIR t .

TO 2. The two run .
:: Y' ., were almost !! Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dannheisser: I : ( : COLONIAL
AP I i went over to Mobile yesterday. (I'
given the visitors as a charitable I j I I Daunheisser has returned. lr'l : ( ,

of the famed Pena l { ATTACHMENTS !
the '
t act on part -IN-
l Hon. Frej T. Myers, candidate: II ]}
ball the emi- I
colians, who played to ,
for congress, is at Bonifay toda?. i, ( :
nent "iti-faction of everyone. !|I He arrived there last nuht. j III CAN BE EASILY ATTACHED TO ANY OXI'OKI

In orJer that the greatest show in !I ':
Miss) May Roberta is home from a'

the world could be given the Alabamians delightful visit of several week to !I CHINA 50c

Manager Oliver allowed J relatives: and friends in Montgomery. I ,

E Tom Lewis, manager! for the visitors : l A PAIR.
{ to umpire. He did hi* duty fairly Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stevens, returned ', .
j ,
Ii. ( Mad in Patent Leather, with Silk Bow, out of GILT, NICK !IGUS ..
j i. impartially, the greatest "kick" to the city last nisrht: from > -AND- } METAL BUCKLES. Get out your lat year'sOxfordsah,'; '
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I on his decisions having been registered Milton, where they had spent the ,, ( I them into this Season's NEWEST :-, .. We would be glad. '
day. r i call and look at them.MEYER.
of his
t by men own aggregation. :
J Mrs. John left on the :, I
A commendable play of the viitor -
i noon train today for Mobile, called: :
t ? was in the second luuiug, when I; : GLASSWARE !
there by the illness; ; of her daughter,
J the only triple play this season: was: :Mrs.; Arthur Burgoyne. ;I- SHOE CO. ,
mad" This is how it happened : I \
1 Assistant Postmaster;: Brown and )
Sullivan, fir.-t to the bit was allowed family spent Sunday with friends ") Feet Farni..her* for ('a'ht Onlr.
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fiat base on balls: aud hestole and relatives at Pine Barren, returning "
at S o'clock last oizht.: ,I' II I 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
second (Juina made a quick hit to

I Cre-dnoor shortstop, who fumbled Hon. 8. R. Mallory is preparing to I

the ball, and allowed the batter leave for the eastern and central : f:
4 I to fret-afe; at firt. Then Laird hit part < !Jllilliam Iolii0on) & OIt.s s I' Ii / / ,

I his trip to embrace several week Contractor for
to Creedmoor, who caught the ball, : i k Decorating k<
Messrs. W. Scott Jones and Raymond : ,
threw it to Farris on second catchin i : ( I Call Up Phone It til or Drop a 1'uktal .an1
: West Florida ---- --- ------------ ,
: Jones, of the ,
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Sullivan who attempted to refrain {I' Work ,
kennels at Cedar Grove, came down i I All C O. D. and Guaranteed

; econd ba: +e; Farr threw thee j !
on the steamer Okaloosa this morn- MONEY. Corner Hajlen and Government Slrf'PI
ball to Simpson; at first, cutting off ing. I ..
Ole I'.lock: West or I'ostofflce, Right on the Belt ,
i j Fr'etvls! a-- nilin' everywhere.iMtherlooiwin 't 1 y.
Juina, who was reaching for second OR EXCHANGE
: Mobile Item: Master J. McCaf- \\ mighty f'lr; fi
: I The play was: like lightning; ,and the : ferty left last Tue=day for Pensa- Srt.i-s: a soft un' tender blue T. W. LEWIS,
1'rjs! a-sir.trln 8m.gs to jou. JOB DRY CATTLECall
Montgomery were greeted with approving cola to spend 1m vacation with his i i Hello, theran: MornlrT, Pill:" DEALER IN
I uucle, Father :McCatlerty of that How their ejva with gladness nil;
I j applause.Last How they grab your hand an' hhake; I at 108 West Cnase street and

nizht one of the players, at city. II'>w they wit bid you ahot comp with an'thrtn tikeSumethln' I: make your choice. ii mi\\ PAPEll 'I SVe from have theManufacturer LarK aUlr', -:-
I 16jlOt GEO. W. Ti'RTox,
{ Hotel Kcambia. inide: the broad An informal dance and entertainment : J->>' to IOCSPIJ up the phlegm IK. I !.
In throat fir tia ------ the United 'tat--,
; will be :given at the gymnasium your so.
; assertion that on good grounds next Friday night to the members S.oh I'ke When favors a man count has money.you know, I ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT \ Feather Scroll, 15c per roll!

I i thty/ could hut out l'en-.acola. One of the P. A. C. aid their lady THE GARFIELD ICE CO'S.. Dining Room Tapestry II i I.-h'i pnr roil

nun rnide a blutl to support this friends. I'on t the w orlJ look bright' an' fine --- -- Call Up Phone Xo USH
In her irnwn of sun an hin..7Ham't
f- Every BTEEDMAN Band entitles .
claim with several hundred dollars, : she imill.i! sweet an' pert ,
N. C. Garritt and J. P. Huntley, Like a rf'g'I'r l.ttlo tllrt' you to somethingCall
but an admirer of the Omits made residents of the live town of Century, Don't th.' glad! hand to you rearhT forSTEEDMAN CIGAR. r r

the "bluiler" luck with a number of other from that'place I on't they hnlltr. "Vou're a peach'
I go 'way and sit '
l>on t luck come j"s on the whir
enjoyed the day yesterday in "'hen you hain't a-nH't1ln' her'lon I Ball Bearing, keen cutting %
dowu by promptly calhogthe hand ': r
Pensacola. \ 't things come, oh, don't they say I Lawn Mowers, at the
Comp a-runnin' down your wa>?

The Ringers; and Happy Ian Mr. J. M. Ellis, engineer" of the II.n't* it seem an easy gane.llI I Willis Hardware Go's-
up some mor. thO' same.When Monday'sSpecials i
played a game yesterday" in which j steamer Britannia,who his been un- a man has money" -- -- -
able work of \VhUewoodS. 1)) I'lamdealer.
the former were victorious by ascot e' recently on account ( '
trouble with his M in the cityf Vr. r. {
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of I G to 3. The game was: a hot one
>r treatment under Dr. Th gpe:.

Jas. W. Black and wife of Montgomery

BURGLARIES are in the city. Mr. Black [
H the promoter and one" of the

NUMEROUS' largest! stockholders: in the cottonseed o-AT-oL

: oil mill now being erected Just

north of the city limits.
-- 1 FRIEDMAN & CO'S ...;;
i Pnlaski Leeds and wife arrivedyesterday umnuTDAILY A

The immediate vicinity on West : remaining over IP their ::

t s 'vf-rninent, between B 'li'\l and private car until this morning. Mr.

J' irctlona streets, was nearly Leeds came to transact certain bush- 10 yds Shirting Calicoes for 35c

ness as superintendent of machinery
-cleaned out" tarlyUIIJ.i: morn, :

; ing by burglars. A number ..' ofthe L.& N. MENUSComprise 10 yds Bleached Domestic for 40c

Ii.sIad p Curhman, -
hou > accompanied
-I1'Prt entered.In
by Miss Emma Monroe of BIH-; all the Up-to- 10 yds Unbleached Domestic 45c
addition to the :Mcllugli.toil, Date" Dishes the Markets
daJ, who she has beeu'I"ltll.l; the

( detailed in another column, the pat month, returned to the city tins I I I of the World See Show Window.

4_ home of F:. Outlet, 111 west Ojvernment morning. Mis-; Monroe left oa ti.e 'Afford.Ladies' .

was "fished" fur ll\l-;'.">, all noon train fur Brewton t<, visa Mrs.
the money iu (i.ignetV pckets. The : Matthews.Lidies! CAN BE USED WITHOUT COOKING IN 01'K

fishing was done through tli- front wi-huii to join the athletic OEIIOTC r 3SiC5Trf fINSNEDADPEAAAN OF HEW
clay! of the 1'. A. C. should MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
put in
window after the thief l lItJ failed at l ; Dining Parlor.fc) <
their names: before July 1. Terms 1 1

> the back door and two .iJII window-., after that date will be $,", a month All Hats are Going Regardless of Cost. ;;

evidence of thi! h-tvin: been di-cov- instead of $1 as at pre-ent The

ered at d.tyiight.i class will meet at the gymna-ium: at Regular Dinner
Across' the +treet It the Hirsch- 10 l o'clock tomorrow morning.
;" Ulan home Mr. Lfop.\ llirschtnan Ja;. H. Screws, president of the
Short Orders L. FRIEDMAN & CO.MEUX'S
had his clothing extracted through'' City Baseball League of Montgomery The Best Laundry Starchon I'rnnlprlyFilled. .

was here yesterday and saw ti.e the Market. Night or Hit).
the window and <7cO in cash and a
team from his city beaten so badly.
pair of shoe* taken. This was/ also Mrs. H. Burnett, wife of one of the NO BOILING{ NECESSARY. I If It'a!>\ometblnv(10M to Kat MWMWAWmAW' !:

z. done from the front parch. .ish,
players, was also one of tae discomfited you you'll find it ut
Jake Bieb .,'haii-.er's hou-.e, No. IJ spectators of the game. The only Starch Manufac- I Nick Apostle'sPopular -- -- -- --- -

West Oovtrunient-. entered and tured In the South,

r groceries stolen. No cash was found I WILL BUILD Help Build up a Restaurant. '( ? :

and the loss wa< not material. !i

John Pfeitler's hone 12;:{ Wet LONG SEA WALL SOUTHERN INDUSTRY. 7'fltJIJICjj-Cc/drzt

:x Q, Government was visited but the j --- ,::;/

73 tg'Party was frightened away before : School or Miorlhan Typewriting and Littratnrr.
i: I Contractor R. E. Toal, who has
be could get anything. GRAND Now is i the time to enter school and prepare for a lucrative position N
just finished the stone coping around vacation. Ni ht and day sessions.
i Dr. Renshaw's house, IS WestChase : !Ir'
the Plaza, was the successful bidderon 1 4th of -
HI,1 was visited, but in this case July PicnicAN
a contract to build at the Knowles Great Clearance I THE SANTA! ItO A '
xa the fellow was also frightened. I GRAND EXCURSION.To .
; place at Lillieville a sea wall tile feet SUUf BATHING KSIABLISHMKNT
; "
:: 2 Yesterday morning an attempt to : I ,
long, two feet thick and three feet Sale I !,
I Bathing in the
'!;enter Bryan infirmary, corner of I CELEBRATIONAT warm gulf water is
height, the work to be commencedin conceeded to be the finest in the
"Oatden: and Baylen: was foiled by I world. Everything for pleasure with
I as short a time as possible and be $ Trimmed 9bj Good board and I
;neof the eniployeO'Tdiscovering ai Hats, Flowers, I'safety. lodging by.
completed at an early day. 1 the day or week. Luncheon prompt-
t )i i' gro man at one of the windows Ribbons and Everything H Magnolia BluffBY i 1 ly served at all hours, day or night. '
and I Mr. Toal said this afternoon be : CHARLES H, BJIRTOX, Mobile and New Orleans, M< J
him.HUNK I
; ,",' firing at would have things ready to com- V in the Millinery Line at ;1jj THE5KK. 2m-tf Manager. I day Monday, July Hth, leaving Union n "f K:
morning at 11:30 o'd :
SECARI'S BATH HOUSE! mence work' next week. jj sharp. Fare for round trip T
..HALF PRICE.... ;| I. Elegant china closets
Mr. Knowles is just now erecting a : K.1* :, Mobile. 11.60; to New Orleans, fl,"")
i Deep water sea bathing/ .night or I b r I sideboards and leather- From Cantonment and Century sam"
s day, for white people only. Special fine summer residence near Lillie MRS. N. BOWERS MYSTIC ASSOCIATION. ,I s i seat chairs at Marston $ as made Pensacola. A special rate will w
# compartment for ladies with lady at-:: vole, facing the bay, and the wall Milton to Pensacola t
1 f tendant. Neatest, best and cleanest j Watch for Grand Street Parade ; Quina'sLow prices; easy connect with this excursion He
lining the shore for 200 yards will turning leave New Orleans Wedae'
E 10
bath house in the city. Baths 51| a. m. payments.
cents. FRANK SIOAi greatly increase the already natural See Posters for Full Details I' day morning at 11:30 o'clock as1!
t' Cor. Cevallos and Zarragossa tlt.// j by buying Mobile Wednesday afternoon at +
i : beauty of the place. __ i atTe 'Ioney A handsome prize will be given to I MEAT & MALT has a marvelous o'clock. Coffee and refreshmentswill

.. your furniture the lady selling the greatest dietetic value. While refreshing I be served on train returning
1 Lathe dust. You can buy I ICE-COLD WATERMELONS: AT / at Marston $ Quina's number of tickets. I I and Purchase tickets ticket omce
THE GARFIELD ICE CO'::;. pleasant to take, it helps assimIlation For further Information apply !''>
: garden hose at the Willis : j Great Furniture Empo- Admission, including fare, 35c; : of food, Bold byDASSHEISSER I ROBT. KINK or

Hardware Go's. I Ir Try THE NEWS Want Column. j rium. Children, 25c.' P. THOMAS,
f'. 'f I|I BROS. I Excursion Managers.;

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