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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 24, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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pecial toThe News. Special to The Daily News: I
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Birmingham,' Ala., June 21-Th Greensboro, Ala., June 23.-A prominent I ----- ,
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mutilated remains of Odius Bunch c citizen of this place says: "Cap 1

High Speed Trolley Is Envelopedin I young electrician employed in the tain Richmond Pearson Hobson will Gloom From England to Africa : 4

I steel mills at Ensley, were found in the not bw a candidate fur the senate from

smoking ruins of a large boardinghouse this senatorial district. Captain Hobson I

Flames. I destroyed by fire in that place know that his eyes are in such Coronation Postponed. ;

I Saturday condition that he will never be able tJI I

-- I I The police authorities believe the do all that is required of a naval con i iStructUl '

boy was murdered and the house firedto and for that reason feels cou-

," =," 'i. I I hide the crime. Bunch roomed up fident that he will ultimately be re THE KING IS DYING. Should no disastrous result arise .
I
SIX BLOCKSPREYTOFLAMESi stairs, and his body was found betide l tired. The action of the committee of
i :6. Juae 23.-While running I from the operation the of
avenue'' a wrecked piano on the lower floor. the house in deferring consideration Special to The Daily News. recovery I
; ji apwtl:; a Mitle
:i His head was almost severed from of the subject until December renders! i i the king will necessarily; be slow on !
r Brooklyn took fire, bu-u !
1 the body, and his dismembered limbs it certain that his retirement will not London, 4 p. m.-.The latest
'rman and five account of his
passengers advanced
Peri-
were found In various parts of the take place during this summer or fall, age.
H'Jy tatally. Other pawn I official report has it that the
I house. The face was badly burned J, and it Is'but just that this statement typhlitis is an ailment similar to appendicitis .
''.i'ily injured jumping to es. special'to The News. but could be recognized. should be made on his behalf."
: I is fast and that
I'rtiius' which swept the full King sinking but more seriou
. Portland, Ore., June 23.--A fire that Bunch, who was 18 years of age, i
'ar. being tarried by thj
started shortly before midnight :Saturday I came from Pulaski, Tenn., and IB i' there is no hopes for his re- Previous medical reports concern
I i. injured weie: GRAZED BY CUDAHYKIDNAPING
night in the Phoenix iron worl.s, said to have belonged to a wealthy
.i i. Ijirkland! 17; years of aouat ; family. covery. ing the condition of the king have
formerly the Woff: & Sewicker plan.,
the tare aims and legs; ,
burned for four hours and destroy CASE Great anxiety prevails over been so misleading that little credence

six blocks of buildings, valued at ;
\ .Rirklan.l.. Mrs. Grace Voi:! ftiOOj j is placed the official
t Tnomas half motorman; (000. It was long after daylight! YEARNINGS I I OFFLORIDA e :: this latest bulletin. upon

the fire burned itself out. j bulletins issued today. That the
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Ir. and Frank Loretti I
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TheDailews i iOraaha -
Specia. to
The principal losses:: East :Side Lumber i i :
1 K'MIII! fare and hands.it. Company $100.000.: insurance $3'.I. "'. ROADSI June :2'3.-Mrs. Kate Feeley.. i|i I London, Juce 24.-The public i3 coronation will be long delayed, if it
it. making; a return trip
<" .). Phoenix Iron Works who !became mentally deranged; a yeas takes all is
loss JS1'- place at indicated by
.jj i\u bridge flora file Midge i|, ]; panic stricken at the official announcement -
'000. in_urance $tIlO.. J. H. Johnston i ao over the Cudahy kidnaping casa, '|
park. It was loaded to the to Tbe Sew9.Jacksonville. : the fact that the Lord : has
i Mayor
has been taken to the insane of the illness
shipyard $; .',ort, insurance JIO.IMMJ. | asylum j i king'serious; -
th.' cundutar's regstetIasengers. Fla., June :I'll.: -Tal:>Ie at Clarinda. the i I
Portland City and Oregon Railroad I! commissioners having i! ordered the stands in front of the
1 when there | 14. in the ifpo.t! ; ot the Florida Ra'I I- derldei she was insane. She from perityphlitU, which iin-
Company, J30.000.( Insurance $:!ftOIlV. was ,
.>'t that was heard! three Madison stret bridge. $:!5.0iIO. City 01'I road Comir.I:<..ion, shows the rate percent brought here from Troy, N". Y., by Dep. .I rliination of the tissues of the lutest Mansion House demolished Work

!!;Ttons.. and! which, atnsr of the not earnings or Portland roadways, Jl'it.onft.: Standarl I city. |' on the stands elsewhere has gradI .
tine*.
Consternation Is
from Hit tiack. A the stock and! bonds outstanding;, and Shortly after the Cudahy depicted on
Oil Kidnaping i
$liiIO. Parian Orl'DdOlr'f
company
'! on*, and! a tlainu !imI'iMit & ,-0.. $15.111111 i insurance $I0IIJO. : their valuation as a:<,;-essed by tho case Mrs. Feeley became seized with !, every countenance. strangers and !I ually)) been discontinued.RETURN .

': the woodwork! and state comptioilerThe .
the hallucination that she -- --
had witS
Torpedo saloon and lintel Jlo.OOn: mis. I '
ugh! the motor box This aggregatealuation, as assessed; neared the Londoners are grouped in the street
perpetrators of the
crime ,
llaneous.. SJM1.:: Ten minutes after
,n.id r over the front I for taxes, is J1S.H23.17S.1C.! ; Tae :""- FARESIF
up aag divide the $25: noil paid i
the fire was discovered the entire by Mr. Cudahyfor j excitedly discussing; the r-ad news.
.. being caught by the I gate of the capital tock and bonds of the return of his son and that in i iconsequence
plant of the Phoenix works
was is
!I.y the oar's speeiiiin : | these roads v/a $IO.J3'I.201.05.; ; The avI they were following! I The papers are selling; at any price :;
flames The fire spread to Johnston j her I PASSENGERS WALK
t all who were uu .I eragc ratio ot pet earnings from operation with the Intention of !
and the
shipyard and to the East Side! Lumber .\ murdering herr newsboys are almost mobbedby ,
thmselv into th. to as.f's.od valuation taking the ,
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company's null. destroying both. 1 -- -- I
rmnn, although! mu,!irav i i loadat- a whole was ll'l! per rent, I II I the eagerness of the public to

i: the ratio of famines from I SiKiial! to The Daily News. I.
< ly to his post and i and net cp' ;
BIG GUN READY i learn the particulars of the King'sillness.
J rake;, bringing tha car t'; SHOOTING AT ;' eration to the aggregate; of their cap- i Chicago, Ill! June21.-Chicagoan?

I! ital stock and bonds was 3.21: per cent. .

\ n Kirkland received the full FOR TRIAL I I will no longer have to pay street car ,
I An operation was eucre-,fully -
performed
JENNINGS FLA fares to walk. The
01 the fames, and was uncon II city council last j
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ia when Ih.ar was brought; to a CONDUCTOR HANDY I upon his majesty at Bucking- Light passed an ordinance that Incases !
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'id tlll. Her father and mother
wer S5ecial to The Daily New>: i ham Palace, at 2:05 this afternoon. where traffic on the street railway
duly burned that for a time It t+1I..clalto The NewJacksonville 1

.* feared that they might not r<'co.rer Fla, June !8Newwas WITH GUN New York. June 23.-A ifiir.rh gun, !I, The king did not lose conciousnesduring I lines was delayed ten minutes I

The almost: I the largest; in the world!, will be co -
d n
car _
was entirely ,:rT'd, I pleted at Watervillet arsenal by Wednesday I
Hobert Alderman a white man, at II will be ordered to give transfers for
I to The Sews.
Special and sent to the United Stales he was announced to be
asleep.
Jennings; Fla.. by a i.wgro named JiraHood. l''! Tern. June ?. .t
Memphis :2:: -The government proving grounds"at Sandy I the trip at any time, in any direc-

The shooting occurred in tht d union depot v a.- the hiene of gre; ;tpxeitement ; Hook. Its operations The bishop of London says the
are expected to ion refund
or the
TROLLEY
GARSCOLLIDETWO
passengers'mOI1PY.
heart of that Hood :
town. escaped tithe I
as the 11:40: clock! Choc astonish the world. It is the
most {
was for
operation performed: strangulated
.
woods after the shooting and has i
taw train; was about to depart ld.it powerful wpapon yet devised
by man !
HURT not been seen since, thoueh: a posse olwlrt. f I'' night tor the west. and is expected to revolutionize the \ hernia. -- --- ,

.' pe':';sir are scour'ng the wood" i' '1'. (\ Smith: who travels for the! art of gun making The work What you pay for extracts is im-
The first of the renewed illness
uponthis news -
for :him T!.<> ball entered Alderman's; i, Pecflle; (;:-tl.'Py Company, of Little< i gun has been going on for years. portant, but what you get for yonr

I stomach and produced a wound that !I Hock, was fliiirl! and got mad wh''n Mnnstpr rranes_ _have_ horn.., .. rnn=tiiintoiin : of the king rime from the houseof money is ten times more important.
rU NVws.n" -- -- ------ m. ''''''''U'-L'' .
I will probably prove{ fatal. A telegram T, M. ricin-h the Pullman conductor }:
order that thearious parts of theii I commons, where various court official II"'I/ Farina costs more because
; June ZS-Wen lprsons'I'rf, wa* sent to Valdosta asking:; for track wanted to take up hs! !irk! ts to p:,>, rl'col'lt-Ln'aldn gun may be convenl- worth more.

a trolley cat collision last' hoIII'! to trace the murderer bu: ; vent his being awakened.! curly shifted. ? pave out an intimation that

A-ue: accident accufrgd at Clad i thiiiare nan,' available, bo the pursuit FrAmh walked! out. Smith followed i
for had bet MARKET
: w*:.fth etreeti, a
orth Avenue and a wm bound tht! <:.Im:S !; fired one ihot into r>lith'? ho OIl, :iu. :Montgomery Ala., Jun :23.-T. W. ter be suspended forthwith, a- the

.h It is:; said t ti n there I is much! indi' Booth, well known BY l't\S.\COL.\STOCli:: KXCIIANQB
street car meeting at tlia it granted on a rib. and his wound is a carpenter, has! 'I''I'i
coronation would be in-
4 '>I. Hach motorman tho.. ;ht he nation over the hooting, and if Hool I not dangeiuiis i filed in the City Court of Montgomery postponed last Government Street

.. rlgbt of way and bum cars Is raptured It will go hard with him I IHe -- -- County a suit against the Mont. ''I definitely on account of the indisposition -

'I1l! at full speed. is said to be a black negro, about gomeiy Suburban Street Railway Co. HTOCKd.:

'lure: : 5 feet tall, qufok-spoken and weighs WIRELESS TELEGRAPH for $:LTi.iiiiii:; damages for injuries allege i of his majesty. ,I r

sO', Louis h.ad severely; cut. about 125: ; pound to have been sustained in a fall froma The following official bulletin announcing ..Open.' Hteh. Low. Clnp. :
Hugar. .125'' 125;
i if.rry.! : severely bruised. 1r I trestle of the company near 1Iut.ley' I J'ib's 12518'
the illue-s is- Atcir.-.5114 Slay io3i 80%
SYSTEM PLANNEDSpecial king's was
,''Hill'S, motorman left arnighlin Doiler Works.Mr. i. U. H. .. ail, 37'5 ajl' :m8

MAN AND WOMAN I I Booth was employed by the !' sued today: ill .... .157 157''', lt,(;zt liG4:

Mrs. Anne, back sc- company to make some repairs on thi i i L. &N..135: IS: 13;i 135"M.O.P.IOS'V
to The Daily News. "The king's; condition Saturday luVi' 107-L 1075
AenIhr1.: ( trestle and while at work he either ;
BLOWN TO ATOMS I I Man .lil 131: "
:uhlln, M. L., side cut bv Chicago. June 23,-John D. Sprees j; fell or was pushed from the trestle I was so satisfactory that it was hoped !ht. Paul.172'j 17iSl-i 17F8 1301 13Usd

sis, multi-millionaire, who controls a by a passing car, both of his I legs being I Penn ...151'K 15141; 15JJ; l72's 151
that with his would be
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z.'tror Bonnie severely bruised Special to The News.KnoxvtUe. Islands is contemplating con able to go through the coronation U. P..l')4'4' 104% 104 104

rer I.ee, severely bruised nectlng the Islands by wireless telegraphy Public Ovation to Kitchener. T. C. I.. 02 G23a 61) >Jb974 61 a
: JU i-A: :: special to I I but C. F. I. SI1'
ceremony Monday evening, re- b'J'4TODAY'S '
n It ills; Lena, ba The :Sentinel from LaFollette says a j
1 Mlane. wrenched and &* to the Chronicle's Los Angeles and received a great public ovation on hiS j'crudescence became manifest, ren-

.,' ,ii terrific explosion occurred at the rai!!- Catalina island 4') miles out in the'Pacific arrival here this morning. The town |' NEW YORK-COTTON.

--'II were mad?. road camp of William! Park, 4 ribs ocean. If the work here is entiro'ly was decorated, the streets Wire IlnfJ i:| dering a surgical operation neces- Open. Hish. Low. Clo'e.

from that lIclthis morning about t satisfactory Mr. Spreckels will at with troops and the mayor of the cog ''I I sary today. July .. ..b."Ji 80S lV'i; 887

PICNICKERS o'clock. once begin figuring on the Hawaiian poratlon welcomed the British commander I AugU't..H2:: (83S 831 sa

fOUR Herd Jones and Martha Chapmanwere system.Mr. at the town hall and presented I I ( Signed) "LYSTER, Sept..S 805 798 1 803

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literally blown to pieces anJ Spreckels Is owner of the Ocean him with an address. During hie reply I "I" :',1Tli, Oct 79iJ: 794\ 7S9 793CIIlC.GOWlltaT

whose four Lord Kitchener, referring to the coun
ic Steamship company vessels
DROWNED\ the house in which they were sleeping ;
also will be fitted up with wireless:; try of his nativity, passed a special I "LAKI.Mi, '
was demolished. A baby also in the
Apparatus. tribute on the services of the Irish n. Hisrh. Low. Close. ; 't'Op
-- house was thrown quite a distance bJt I troops during the war in South Africa.A I "BARLOW, July.... 7411 7H( 74 74'i "I:

\f'o'<. was unhurt. Four cases of d> namue I "TKEVES." Sept... 72}4- 72''>i 7178 72.14 .. ; i1

'.' uls. are reported missing:; from the magazine Tremendous Roll. COKN. .
the ) as.-Four, boys were KANSAS POPULISTSARE Pay I Another official announcementthis t
*u by Capsizing of a boat ate I. and it is thought these wereplaced Birmingham Ala., June 23.-Saturday Open. High. Low. Close

; '''a, a resort 13 miles from here under the house by enemies of was pay day at the Ensley steel afternoon: July.... 61\\? 64 67! 67J"I' ,

.. ire the Parks. There is now no clew to GATHERINGSpecial plant, Pratt City, BrooksdaU, Hept. .. 6.1e? 60:1: filll, 601W '
coal'l I
"The Earl Marshal has received ,
9 n p.n. 17 years old. the guilty parties. burg. Blosaburg and several other ,.1

.t Rapan, IS years old I mines, and at a number of the smalUt the king's! commands to express hismajesty's NAVAL STORKS MAICKKT. i "

f Larkin, 17 years old. The finest line of sterling silver to The Daily News: industries of the Birmingham districtIt I I for t '
Imported
Daily The News
deepest sorrow, that owing by i
once Kerni,16 I goods and silver novelties is to be !la said that between 200,000 and
old ,
years Topeka, Kans.. June f3.-Many leaders I Union Naval Store Co.
'Irowning occurred at the annual i found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to of the populist party of Kansas, In. $300.000+ were paid out la monthly and j to his serious illness the coronation &011.. ">=.
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>t the St. semi-monthly stipend to the workingmen. ,
Louis Turnverein. please all. eluding Congressman A. M. Jackson I ceremony must be postponed. ww __ ... ... 1:11\0 R .......__ .i
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and Senator L. A. Harris are in Topeka No little of this money will find WG ................ ... 3 fj; G _.-_ _....._ 1 4\J i
Its way to the coffers of merchants In I Celebrations in London will in con- ." -.... ..... -_. 84PB r ..-._.__ 1 35 "iI;
today in conference 24 bouts In ad -.-...-.-- 21 'i 11:,_ .___ 1 2
of the state convention, whlci Birmingham.Fire -.D...__ 1 Ii: _
vance be but it is theking's '
LAKEVIEW DAIRY.FRESH sequence postponed, __.. :x oy C"belo1l''l Y3 I {;
will assemble In this city Tuesday with 8PIIUTI TuaruTI.fj. I':
781 delegates. It Is expected that tin May Conceal a Crime, earnest hope that the celebrai ,.' :'j.
Columbia. S. C., June 23.-The rest "
convention will Indorse the nomina, Of what does a bad taste in
t.,
lions in the country will be held as your
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dence on the H. H. Evans place 6@V- |i
lions made by the democrats at Wichita mouth remind you? It indicate

BUTTER EVERY DAY IN ANY QUANTITY. recently and fill in the remainder ol eral miles from Newberry, was burneJSaturday i[ already arranged." that your stomach is in bad condi
night and Butler Kf> ard, an ,
the ticket themselves. The offices are tion and will remind you that there
PUREST AND BEST MILK IN THE CITY. lieutenant elderly gentleman who w&l QOOUpylngIt I '
three Justices governor
was burned. The corontr if investi London, 3:30 p. m -The king is reported 1) nothing so good for such a dig-
treasurer attorney genral superintendent
gating. There are coofiloUnf et order as! Chamberlain'a Stomach sly .
of insurance superintendent ol 1 fUi as progressing favorably, bat Liver Tablets after .
told the having -once j
by negroea on plage. It IBMHeved .

.R. M. AVERY Proprietor.PHONE instruction and congressman at large. murdered.the all man was robbed and those close to affairs in Buckingham I i used them.the They stomach cleanse and regulatethe and invigorate y


Garden hose at the Willis Palace say his majesty is worse than bowels. For sale at 25 cents per : ,
box by all druggists and medicine
411. Hardware Co's. Try THE NEWS Want Cilamn. the public is allowed to know. dealers



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JUNE 24. 1902
TUESDAY
NEWS PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA
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I OLD
GOLD DUST. i 'SEVENTH WEEK OF COAL STRIKE. I
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I 1,7y Solution of Philippine Problem: "Turn ,. s:,.

I .*lt the GOLDDL'ST.nnas'oo''oar..ork." Neither Side Seems To Be Gaining I* Them Over to Japanese." not always receive the sympathy and attention which' 'I ,

T Anything in the Fight. Their ailments regarded as )
deserve. are purely
.. San Francisco. June :23.! -General A. they
rt II I II \VtlKesbarre: Pa., June 23.-The sev. imaginary or natural and unavoidable at their time of :
I, Burt retired, who has recently ar- -
) pr.th v.-e-k of the anthracite coal strike S. life. Disease and infirmity should not always be associ-, .
\ rived baa a plan ;;;?
from the Philippines
b..g.l today very quietly. The bi& ated with old age. The eye of the gray haired grandsire*
rived from the Philippines, has a plan be as bright and the complexion as fair as any of ;7.
towns of the coal region: thow no outarii ; I may .
lem. He believes he has arrived to a I his younger and more vigorous companions.Good .
\\ evidence that a strike is on, but
& the: small mining settlement men conclusion that will ultimately be !accepted Blood Is tho secret healthy old age, for it fl't !

by the administration and the I and controls every part of the body strengthens the nerves m.u. '
I ran be seen idllcg the days wait. 'e
away I I country at large as the only solution. muscles elastic and supple the bones strong and the fie h firm : ';.It'3:

j Lag tomethinf to turn up. life fluid is or poisoned and loses its nutritue. health
If the teacher could "Turn them over to the Japanese. this polluted 11\1. a:.
:j 4(;; i'I The rumors that the coal compan1.eexpeetc.j wipe away the blotches said tha g.nuraJ. "Let them ban ing elements, then there is a rapid decline of the vital powers rCv. "

: a break in the ranks of llu from her skin as easily them on the Installment plan. for the in premature old age and disease. Any derangement of the blood q.. .

| men are not borne out by the actions as she does the caricature Oui shows itself in an ulcer sore, wart, tumor or some other trouJ. -
consideration of $150,040400.
I of the Here and there few with its pimply face, she gay,
\, men. a men the body and rheumatic and neuralgic pains become
growth .
would government does not need the money in upon A.- s
,1 | may be ready to go back, but they can- be a happy constant accompanied with poor digestion and cold extremitiesS. .
woman. a and making proposition
| lump a
if prefer to Jr.lke housework I not be fourd. Some of the officials sum S. S. being purely vegetable, is the sa, .
tat
t Ii Sue: if you*2l you: | Pimples and eruptions of that kind we can dictate as to coal- j
) use of the they get appllj blood for old
i'. easy ccmpar.y say I are more than disfigure- best purifier people. It does not.
lug stations and make such
; : DUST I j cants daily trom strikers who want togo I ment to a woman-they ; reservesMJ cr; hurt the system like the strong mineral rtn.. .

GOLD I back to work. These men. thsay, [ make her sensitive and thmj jit to be b..bt for trade interests. but gently and thoroughly cleanses the L.MI, .

'i It nukes home br.&hter and care lieher. are: given work about the mines wher- I unhappy. The way to Anarranf ement of that kind stimulates the debilitated organs, when all 1 t ,'

N. K. FARBANKCOPANY. I| there work for them. As fari i cleanse the skin is to can be effected that will give the Unit- is such tonic old : ,
. j Ko only by THE i ever II I ailments disappear. S. S. S. just a as people tu .
1 Oucajo. New York Boston. St. Lo .s.J purify the blood. Dr.Pierct's j ed States as broad a road into the mar- ,;
i as is known, none of the companiesI i improve weak digestion and tone up the Stomach. If there is an\ :.. '
J .!ae,; Ol OVAL FAiRY SOAP. Golden Medical kets of the Orient It(1 retained !
1 ; --=- = I this region are attempting to resume Discovery purifies the blood, and removes as I tary taint, or the remains of some disease contracted in early lift :> swill

-Ii Mills Resume. mining. The mine workers con- the clogging accumulations and the Islands besides we will be making i|I search it out and remove every vestige: of it from the system

Hudson County I mittee still which it. When theseare strong allies of two nations that will I Write about and let our physicians advise ,
case
York. June 23.-In accordance | are endeavoring to persuade poisons corrupt 'I us fully your M\ It)
New men who remained at the engines removed. pimples boils, eruptions, represent their interests on that side you. This will cost you nothing, and we will mail free our book ,>:' VJ
I m-ith the dec'ision of mill owners reached and pumps from continuing sores, and other consequences of impure of the globe without the necessity c! "nd skin diseases. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. Atlanta, Ga.
; Friday last all the silk plants in < blood are entirely cured. I the
work. Very few, however are joinI presence of a large army at an enor. I _ ___ __ -
Hudson rounty. X Y. opened for business "For about one year and a half mv fart wasvery mous cost."
the ranks of the htrikers. The bady broken writes Mis Carrie
ing out.
SCHOOL SUPPLIESAt
I At mill. however I Strike Did Not
today. only one Materialize.
X Adams, of 116 Wr't Main St. Battlecrerk. Mich.
that of U. and II. Simmon of j union is unable to make any headway "I sprnt a great deal of money with doctors and I Fatally Shot Wife. Cumberland Md.. June 23.Thcrewas --
j with the new men brought here to for different kinds of medicine but received no C, V. Thompson's No U S"UI
I Union Hill did the full number of m n benefit At la-t I obtained a bottle of Dr. Pierces Topeka Kans., June 23.-Matron a rumor last night that the \Veit Pals fox.

report for work The mployees were take the strikers' places. Golden Medical Di..coverT, Before I had taken Lowe of the reform school. lies at tie Virginia Central miners would strike the :
; 1 one bottle of this medicine I noticed a change Besides standard hue- -' ,.
L rot interfered with by outsiders when a...! after taking three bottle I was entirely I hospital with two bullet wounds today but the men turned out to work tionery we have, in tints: W'

i they entered the mill today. There i QUIET AT PATERSON. cured! Medical I can well Discovery recommend to any Doctor one similarly Ptrrce'sGolden through her abdomen unconscious\ and this morning as usual. About 4,00',' velopes to match :

; j was a force of police on guard at ttriant. -- afflicted I with no hope of recovery. Her bus: miners are employed along the line oJ Royal Crystal Bond.

and no one not employed in the Infantry and Cavalry Still on Guard, Accept no substitute for the Discov ban. J. C. Lowe. who has a slight bullet the West Virginia Central. Kurd's Holland Bond.

mill was allowed: to approach the sat'1?. I But No Disorder Occurs. ery." There is nothi "just as good" wound in his head is in prison Ladies' Art Stationery.
Pater on, X. J., June :!Although for impure blood and skin diseases. Foreign :\ Etc.
I r There was a erw1 of idlf-rs in the vicinity charged with the shooting. New Ocean Record.
The Common
People's Sense Medical .
demonstration\ many of the silk! mills were open at New York JuneA: Arti..t'tatt'rial., Oli .
but no was ma ? Adviser IlW.s is new ocean
given Semi
i
pages j away. Memorandum Book-t-
plies,
the UMial! hour today, it was estimate I I '
record has been established .
the liner
21 one-cent stamps expense of mailing Interesti-g;; to Asthma Sufferers. by All new and lrl ht.
PITH AND POINT. ; that less tl.an one-third of the regular only, for the book in paper covers, or 31 Caracas which has arrived her
Daniel Bante of
--- number of tmj.lojces: reported for stamps for the volume bound in cloth. I Otterville. Iowa,
writes : "I have had asthma for from San Juan. The voyaee of 1.3V1 Rubber hose, allsr.r
The )I"tier the food before him the work. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. miles '
three or four years and have tried was covered in tJ71-2 hours two
tlcpr; lute it mini takes. i A merlin! of strikers is to be held about all the cough and asthma and a half under the previous:; record. the Willis Hardware C" >

The prejudices of people be \ but it is not .ted def ---. -
may today e.\e( any I cures in the market and have received -
MAD WOMAN GOES TO ASYLUM. On the flrt indication of You will have pride in w
wrong )but they arc worth considering. 1 inito action will be taken until the treatment from physician* kidney y

.\ ftatt-lv .tritlt l and 1 thort Fkirt decision of the Wsrh as to the hol.1-' I in New York and other cities, i troubletop it by taking Folevs flower gardens if they an-
.
Kidney Curp. W. A. D'AUmberte own ground. Your husband
Slayer of Children ,
IsKept StrappedTo rut little benefit !
got until -
were iiextr iutemltd for th'fe same wo inn of a conference with the strikeis very
do .
Her Bed I tried Folly's Honey and 121: :S. Pahfox. a home, and he can it 1I11Vt'
: man.I'on't. has been held. -- though he may think otne w
Ja :,son. Mifcb.. June J3.-Mrs. l.ou'sVetiop. Tar which gave me immedi-
go out (.f jovr way to give a I in tails of infantry and ca\'alry1'1''' : ) ate relief and I will never be Every woman wants a horn > .
hiiit. No o'lwin- really metis a hint on duty at the mills today. Although! \ the ( ('!)iah county mad \\ 01 without it in my houe. I sincerely \ fJf own, and if she will have a talk w

will tale one. there were larpo crowds in the vicinity : an who slaughtt red her six little chll- recommend it to all." W. A. D'Al- Thus. C. Watscii &. Co.,

r\ery wiriLy iu.ui i is llICy attending of the mills there wall no disorder, dreii.ill! lit brought to the Misissi,> embeite, 121 ri. Palafox. This signature in on every Lox of tnUxative < d.oll!:" j leading Real Estate Agent .

'i i Iii in-ar.f hospital in this city today. BrOmO.QUIOnC'roi.1ttJ can show her how eay it i.-1>
to Lta own affairs. Dun't expt-tt: him to of any kind in the early part of th<> -
attend to lours. day. Appiuation! fur admission! has been the reued/ that cnrts a cold in uoe day one.
<.\id b\ the : EXPLOSION SINKS CRUISER
i appi] hospital authorities
The next time you think of appljingto Pj-ny-Balnam Stops the Tickling,
t
a man f"r uclp lemeinbor that he Leads Them All. and Mrs.Vestrop will be placed in the 11I4 DiCklV ttlULVfl! JnflKmmMl.np. faM''uUIiL Buy a new garden hose
violent ward the Chinese Vessel Goes Down With 150 .
probably hal a load too. I "One Minute Cough: Cure beats all at institution. She i Officers -- from the Willis Hardware
and Men.
Etill suffering from the II BANNER
maniacal derangement SALVE
Ever think! Low much trouble your : other medicines I ever tried for
London June
23.-A
dispatch to the ,
conceit ctts you into? If you can IK Sribty ': coughs cold and throat and which punoked the horrible the most healing salve In thAt worit Company.BOYS .
croup (rime. anti Central News from Shanghai says that I
special
do It. look at affairs cthfi '' arrangfmeutswill I
as
your Jung trube: .," says D. Scott Currinof the Chinese cruiser Kai-Chi has been I
look at them.-Atchison Globe. be made to have her carefully! Do you with to make a little HI" .
Logan ton. Pa. One Minute Cough watched.At wrecked by a terrific explosion whileI I and GIRLS 1 I money duiing t-pare moiut-utt '

Cure 10* the only absolutely safe preM-nt she is so violent that i. 1 lying in the Yang.tse river. "Blueine." 40 per rttt, commission on all saitAn so,you can Indispensable readily do so article, by stIng '' .

.SUM) Ki\\AKI: .$KK cough remedy which acts immedi is to kEep her The Kai.Chi sank in thirty seconds, hou ately. Mother. nert-si-ary strapped to Btu niter you ever used in the \\a.h. Writf tcilH.v before jour territory is taken 1:>.
The retdrs of this paper will l bepleased ,' : everywhere testify the lied and she attempts to (commit and 150 officers and men on board werekilled some one .:1..lInd" will send by return mail: one dozen packages of "Blueine.'
'to the g'ioj it has done their littleone or drowned. Only two \\ hen you lia\e boli11b..m. return uk *>1If'., retaining the balance 4Ur., as j.ur cuniuiaMon ; -
ti> learn that ti.t-re Iat lea-t suicide! men onboard
at the
*. Croup i i.* so sudden in its attacks slightest possible opportunity. -I jionot drlh.v, but write at tiiire
fiie dr-U'li-d ili-M-.j'-e that i.cieiiceha that the doctor often arrive* I the cruiser escaped death. .\Ihlr....... GI.1.1)1.: .\:\ l't'At .1I'ItI\G to. Dfpr. C IK. Itox ft I. I'liila. I'.

: been able t u eure i in all it-ctagesand : too late. It yields at once to One -

I that i-atairli.. Hall's Catarrh Minute Cpuirh Cure. Pleasant to Spring Fever. j TEN YEARS IN BED.

A Cure is the only Hd-itive cure now take. Children like it. Sure cure -'Jlrinfevf; >r another name for I R. .\. Gray, J. P., OJkvjIJpInd.. ROYAL STANDARD \\VllISIEY] {

jinown to the medical fraternity i for grip, bronchitis, coughs.; Hariris' biliounes It is more serious than (, writes : "For ten years I was confined -

Catarrh Mi\s a ecm-titutioual di;. I Pharmacy, John theppard. Sidney most people think A torpid liver !I to my bed with dieae of the -

vi-e, requin-s I cott-tittittouul treatthnt. Kahn. and illactlbIWEcI* mean a poi-on-I kidneys. It wa< so severe that I 8 Years Old, i in Casts cf 4 Full Quarts, at S3.20 per case

.- Hair Catarrh Cure i* taken'] 1.1 ystern If neglected, serious ill- could not move part of the time. I -----

internally acting din I 'ctly u1',1the :J UfoS may follow such symptom consulted the very best medical .
. Minn and mucous MirfaVes of the !j jcystHi Despondent.:: He Takes His Life. IiVitt'Little Early Iiers remove i i'kiIJ'ailablp., but could get no relief -. TH:5: WHISKEY i is dUtilled at the Nelson Co

thereby de-troyingthf foun '|I St. l.ouis. June 2 Professor Job-i all d.ingir: by stitmlatina{; the liver, ;i: until "Foley's Kiinev Cure was ., Di-tillery: and i is fully matured in word

dation ol t the di-t-a-c, a lid giving thepatient T. Happ. ju ti<- \i/ the peace! at \\V1:!,:. opening; the bowel and clf tiising recommended to HIP. It ha* been a -I before bottling. it is. absolutely; pure and not ex-

,.tren roiistittitior. a tiJ a-i-ting nature in i \'PVt r gripe. "I have taken De- b rte, 121 Koiith Palafox. no matter where produced. The Royal Standar
doing it., ", urk. The proprietorliave -! : was found tit ad in his bed at mi.i1 !- Witt s Little Early Risers for torpid i is eightyears old when bottled and cons-idem
nieht last tight from carbolic add po'soiling. :- .. A. A. >l. its excellent i is the
MI much faith i in its curative liver every spring for years, writes quality: cheapest whiskey n)>
powers. that they utTer One Humlre.l ; It was s-tafd to b.. a ase of B. M Kve'rly, :'Ilound-\'i1I.'a : the market at that price. As u beverage, and .-

Jlollar- for any ea-e that it fail to suieide. Piofc-ssor Happ was dismiss "They do me more good than any 1 A regular communication an absolutely: pure stimulant, there is none better

cure. feeiul for li-t of tetinionidlsAddress. ,'11 from his position! as schoolteacher! thing" have ever tried." llnrgis': i, !I: A' of camhia Lodge, Shipped in ca
F. J. CHUNKY i Cu.. I'ueaute j charges brouirht against Pharmacy. John Sheppard Sidney ffVt G No. 15, F. & A. M., will bet indicate content If purchaser upon examin.-:

Toledo. (). Kahti. held at hi UI i o'clock p. in.Tuesday the whiskey, is not satisfied with the qtinlitv .
: him. The (harps. whifh he declar .
1 June 24th. .
f' the aud
Lr'5ohJ; by Druggi-t: ; 70c. can return maine at our expense un ;
were brought by an and were Visiting brethren are
enemy will be refunded.
'
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i unfounded affected Professor Kapp t.,, itt Kmd You HaB cordially invited. AU orders should be accompanied by ett ,"
Asa uliBglatu"I
1 Bean ; ;:
jsuch: an extent that he was very despond -, the HAKKY. GIBBS. Ii Ga TYCARSOLD currency. potoilice! money order bank draft or x

I The II3ppy y Home "r.t yesterday though it was not : /J+-#- Fecretary.MlimiPKltY.- pre- money order. We refer to First Nan
of -
well- I anticipated that such a denouement # Bank or any merchant in Pensacola.

furnished home. oI'Iarsloll |, would teeult. The man who own hh OWII home The undersigned take.;this method

$ Quinn can supply you --.. '. injures himself against lots of )f atleriii) her services as arstclas S. A. FRIEDMAN
i Jealousy Causes Tragedy. trouble aud worry. Nobody can licensed: midwife, having -

with all needed in the way \I Trinidad. Colo. June :21.-Sontoio raise his rent, aud the rent day has ,,I had 35 years experience.Can .

of house furnishings at the f| Doettia a coal miner shot and killej no terrors for him. It's eay to own give best of references from SOLE PRoPRIEToR PEXSACOLA FLA.

Emil Carmina near this city and fatally :a home now-a day Thos. C. 1! leading physicians of this city.
lowest cash
prices or credit.Tl.r Watson & Co. can tell how MRS. M. OIDDENP : .
stsbbed a friend of Carmina wh> you ISKI4l I' O. BOX 4IH. TIgiFl'noNF; : : 170
I eay it l. Call and see them. lltf 114 South DeVilliers St. d,4y11
attempted to save him. Doutia fled :n
Ilrtiirt 't..I i.-itl. } n =:
;
;
the mountains and a pos.-o ?s searchin;, I handle 1 .
j class of sold
KING'SNEW c
DR. Liquors
"" d! the ., "1 %" I every
< s i--i itn i i r: a3'ici < lion Irtor hugo Worked.Vict..r
| for him. Jealousy was the cause ot : bulk or bottle wholesale or retail at priceu >n
\\ !4.Ig4: !l't! > "I1i' .. !;'timi harl" ITiico always! wrote standing
the trag"< lit'n'lllJI> P:1"1. lair :.t I Ii.' :IIMC time I I, nt a high; df-k especially con>tnu-tcil : ,

, must say that I _\.iii are ae::u'.ir: I buteliir. I for him. thr 'winc off sheet after sheet AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
I Seattle Gambling Houses Closed.Seattle. THAT COLD.
." us fji'.t :i'; ln filled it till he would! be .
Wash.. June :21.-Chief! of ,
"You maj be richf," 1':1.,1:1' pin--'i! I quite snowcil uji in leaves ('f foolscap TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.

(cian "fur it seems that I have cured :iLam. Police Sullivan closed all public gambling -j He i-ftui ruMIn the middle! of the Cures umptionCoughs: WICKEStCO.

."-I.i.timnl'l' .\nicrt.n11. I' houses last night. acting under nlpcht!: to note down an Idea or a verse Colds Bronchitis Asthma
orders from Mayor Humes. Both state ,
--- ---- lie got UI for the day usually at 0

'n Ilrrii.I'.t. I that the action was taken because of o'clock and would devote from six to Pneumon iaIlayFevcrPIeu- Plumber Gas and Steam fitter

"She goes in for all the cientifio! complaint against gambling made by eldit:: !:otlrs PIT diem to his work. Heinntle risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness: ,

fads." i business men. but few coircctions. hi. [>ocmsIrtini Sore Throat Croup and

"Ye;: I uu,ler
Jvlcs her childreii deeming it uu"auitary. I II I bfftire lie put pen to jiapcr. It is a well Whooping Cough.} All Kinds o. and GaB Fittings Mati-rtaU vept on Hand
Sa\c Kri-m an .-\\ tul Kate."Everybody .
\ known fact that lie indulged! in the ar- NO CURE. NO PAY. "trY.vpQnNlol : L'N' a

1 '"Children? she cI.It''tI't't'n kiss famous I raid I kid con-ump- dti'His tii'k df '.IIII"I"ltiIJII'bile trnvT : Price 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. ..

I. illlist"-'tllilrt: I tion" writes Mrs. A. :'II.hlfld.: of e "iiiLr:: the --trci'ts nf I'siri on the top won.A.

!Jchambersburg, Pa.. "I was so low ,.f an cmnibtN.Vhen working out WEEKLY HCIIKUl .A. v
e
porno ir .It omii" ptiun he would spend ry
,
: hi Ii"1'"it,., I after six month* of severe sickness, hours this : FOR STEAM DIVISION .

:!I "Say." said the fir>-t uiessenscr boy. I caused by Hay Fever and Asthma in tray. FF.N3COLA KLKCIUICThKMl.lA
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i: ':$nnkt' TiMithed :Sam. the Iievert DeDion. that few thourht; I could iret well 'ECCCKSSOK; ,; TO A\'ERY,1 KOI K i
O.A.STO: ::11.:r.i. HAlLWAY COMPANY.Trtlni .
.' i is a pretti 1 lonsj story ain't it?" :, but I learned of the marvelous merit
I lof Dr. King's New Discovery for 3ean. the 1e! M: YC3: HM ,' 3IS Baffl: IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
4 "Naw. reple! :; Consumption u=ed it, and was comj 3'gliture liayou Warrlngton. NITJ Tar
it ":\"y in two uie''!'.iL-o: >. -i'h..IJ'I: | f4il Hlyoa HIll
j pletely cured. For desperate Throat lir //.h t: And Fort Barrancas at HARDWARE.
hia I'resi
i I> I[ and Lung Di-eae: it i io1 th* safe-t 5:50 a.m errl"e At Fort Barrancai 7:lt a I

: cure In the world and is infalliblefor 1UUO a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancas 10o ..t ,
: i A Real Friend"I Ciuzh, Cold* and Bronchial The flne-t line of umbrellas in the ioup.m.arrlvestFort; Barraooai IMyt

suffered from dys-pep-u and indigestion Affections Guaranteed bottle* "J('. city is at J. I. Stephens' Go lookit 8:30 p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancsi IID p t Iron, Nails, Axe?. fjhovf I". Saw M .j lilt! s-",.mbollt
<:1S p.m. arrive at Fort Barrancai ?:oo p t
1 for llfteen year" ?ay< \\' and $I.lNJ Trial bottl* free at \\'. A. them. "Hioup.m arrive Fort Barrancas 8:45p.t Supplies, Cooking and Heatiu.v. .--, H D'Alemherte's. 121 South Palafox. Trains 'etve Fort Barrancai }'eJ:.. Window Glass June, Fitoh : K 'n' Ttrkle.
T. Stunievant of Merry (O.ik, X. C. We wi launder your spreads rot oola at

Alter I had tried many doctor and \ 15 Cents each and make them look 7:1 a.m. arrive at Pensacolaa.. t Agate and Tinware ana lIollo'el"u"'n! i"hill I floods.

,ike uw Star Laundrv 1iISJ' p m. arrive at 'elillacoIA.l1: p.o i
: medicines to no avail. one of iny C ASTOnXA.o.a1b 2:00 p. m. arrive at }'eD AcolA____ 2:45 p. c I rAGESI': FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANY J
: friends persuaded me to try Kodol. \ The K rj YJJ Hate 3ys HI,!'jyirtoiu $:impm arrive at Pensacola5:45 p: r:
: 7:0': p in. arrive at encaooia! ._ Tat p. Revere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery
It pave immediate relief. I can eat 3'' a.'u" II CURE YOURSELF 8:45 p.m. arrive tt Feoeacola.__ C.K'c i Wheel Co., Liftln & Rand Powder Co.: Johnson's Kil-

almost anything I want now and mydigestion CURES TM niefl for nnnttnraldiwharKM.ioflnninialioni 'satnroaya only ;omine, Iron King and Buck MOVM and Ranges, Wm.
i< good. I cheerfully Ia I S din. FARE FOB WEEK DAT8. Coups & Co.'e Raw Hide Li ce Leather, Masury's
: recommend Kodol." Don't try to Gw.rw.d irnttiuD9 cr ulcmtiuLicf eniaoola to Fort Barrancat and return 4tfenacola Made Railroad
not I. Imelars. cincoai uaemtrans.Prpita to Navy Yard and return...., U. i il'elllAoola Colors.
I\.tu., tad
: cure stomach trouble by dietin the Northern Wood cIL&vas. Ptialeci, out tatrin*
Palmetto Beach and return IVSU5DAT
to
That (only further w< akens the system. Vol In l' xX-B.sia.:ad certa.D core for cou.-h a. THtA.tCHNcitto.i 5501 of pouunoo*. ICHIDTJDI I Masonic Temple. $ Pensacola. Fla.
wholesome ISClflAllO.lOW by DrnnUU,
You need strengthtnine
aa.a. or seat In pliii wr pp r. When weather permits tbe running cora ,
food. Kodol enables you to # 5 eipress' 5read. fur coaches.

assimilate what you eat by digs-t- dtl..' Circular 11.00. ur S eut tctllf on.rene4$..75. Leave fentacola Lv lotS Barrage

ing it without the stomach's aid. fJf 5a.m. 10 a. m. 'I y W. B. WRIGHT GOmPllNY,
a m
John 111. m.
Hargjs', Pharmacy Sheppard: Cf4ICHE8TER'S ENGLISH Ip.rc. Ip.m 1Y
t Sidney Kahn This ignaiare!. on rery box of the pennia* II Ip.tn Ip. as.
-- : -- -- Laxative Bromo-QuinincT bietacnrr ENNYROAL PILLS I Ip.m p.m. i! ', \ MANUFACTURERS AND DEAIF.RS IN

If you wish the very best the rcwodr that cold in one dj. ....- i1'-.aUI.-'t Ol.a a.ot.0.17 Ia4e.-.icn 4p. m. 5pm p m.6p.m. '
'I : '''' (111( IE'.TLn. }:".U.,II
ice cream freezer at thevery t!";;i'I4 I.., ELII a. t..IJ ....... ,. : ,.. ...0( ( p. m. p. m. f1r.I LUMBER LATHS,
,
.. .
lowest price, the mill's Water coolers that do not 'F _-- "t.-\0.1-_3 rI........_...b... ..3...o.&r...h".o.....u.tt...,.t..or.od sit .'.I..I,...s { eniaeoiato rail ort FOBS Barrtncas? HDAT lIT) .

( -'si. f' I'.rllr.UfTt ... lard and retoro-_ ItPoniaoola SAWED lNGLEHlin.DrjW
Te-l'mo GYPRE1S E
l.
waste ice at the Willis !
Hardware Co. can please V. ( '. 'itli f*r|...:i-. *,**m I..T.- ht rf- to Palmetto Beaeh a&ttI
-" s- ...-a %l&I. III I..... ..tn..a.' ji.*.,. r.tarlL-__ ____ I.
-
you. 1 Hardware Co.'s. J..;u.--.n.j.r .a...0r.-!I..u-C.Ih-I.-.ti&<0....... I I'UU..L"..a.I.ii 1'4 C.. I I So freight received alter I:1C p. ID. | --... PES ACOJ.A. FLA.


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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA, TUESDAY JUNE 24, 1902.I .

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- Jt.B.O ( OHEMIJtN I I FIFTH SLIM!SUNDAY ASSOCIATION i: Napoleon's FailureTo ILIII




King of all Bottled Beers." Brewed from Bohemian Hops. I win the Battle of Waterloo was due to his stomach. In his youtiNapoleon's

SOLD EVERY WHLRE. ;-. S digestion was perfect. In later life he Buffered from dyt
MEETING ; pepsia and indigestion and finally died of

.- CANCER OF THE STOMACH. "I
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I'lnal..n !loa I). i i II. f When his ftomach failed. Napoleon's fortunes declined. Historian

h II IWjl'ong! soup at our ENGLISH ETCHINGS.There I The fifth Sunday meeting of the I II .... gay he lost the Battle of Waterloo because something he ate the night

." t'Mla' '." Elim Association j If beforeydisagreed with him so seriously as to render him incapable of
will be held with'the
'
is a dearth of schoolteachers 1\ i
1 directing his In time there
d ,r MJIIJI I is It? properly army. Napoleon's wu fi<

b ..T'a.I'tltliruu h n not and England. Pleasant Hill Church June 27.1 \,: I Known remedy for chronic stomach trouble. Today a certain can

It'H.IlIH11'Ialll bt-aler. Greater London embraces about 400Ot ,- .\ exists in such a remedy asKODOL
< : '
0 acres. 28 and 2 J. The program will be as \ DYSPEPSIA CURE
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I.....' uii the Draw London has jut secured its first ambulance follows: 1 ).}.. Which by digesting what you eat keeps the body properly nourished

l' .\Ul'H is an artist, Isn't for the removal of disabled an- j ( .f and at the same time gives the stomach a chance to rest The process

IUlal JUNE 27TH. ': t' of digestion it due to the action on the food of the saliva, gastric
t I i :: ) a juices and pancreatin, a secretion of the intestinal tract. If any of

'! I' WH-II him draw a full London has discovered that It Las no 8 p. m.-Preaching by Kev. J. H. r J these elements are lacking perfect digestion is impossible. Kodol

t 'ir i' ird draw. Au artist? horticultural hall and is much distress'd. i \ J Dyspepsia Cure contains them all in exact proportion and consequently t

u.1I'l 'Udili'hia! Record.I'mrril i McAnally. the of well
::: I I performs process digestion as as the natural stomach. It

--- England is going to coin two pound i iI JUNE 28TH. ." 1 is the ONLY preparation which contains them ALL and therefore the

duct Tru. >lwes in pold. They will be about the {I \) only one which digests

,.'.' 1.1we can git marK bize of our ten dollar ('(lins. I'| 10 a. m.-Called to order by the .- r I 4 ALL CLASSES OF FOOD. f

'!., ."! cf moat coutin- The extension of railways into the I You don't have to diet. Don't overload the stomach. Don't eat too
chairman
Seotih Iiicllniid3 is gravely declared to J ; song X O. 101 in Gospel I ./t-O.A fast. But eat all the good food you want in sufficient variety.. Kodol

': ? tidal uuoudd are ha\e lien the cause of the 11.'l'olllla. II'i ]hymns; 'J5th p=alm and prayer by W. i/ Dyspepsia Cure will digest what you eat. Thus the body will be sus-
tained. Meantime the stomach will be resting. This rest will soon
.. Dr.
D. C. Burson.
turn of the ditrkt. j j-i "I im flxty-nlne! ) years old and have lived her restore it to health. Napoleon's case illustrates the fact that people

The Suffolk f.inr.ers are wasins ruthle ': 10:20 a. m.-Calling the roll of I'1II1Y life,"In writes W. H. Bowen from Mantua, with weak stomachs often fail in a crisis. The moment a man's
O. I was the merchandise business
general
I ,,s war on sparrow Si nee the forinatK'ii ': lire for twenty a years. For yeah I wa stomach is attacked his mental powers are curtailed. The body issustained
I\4s CATARRHCOLD'N "f a dull at V.'ieU'.iam M.irl.et (churches and hearing reports! from !I troubled. with dvspep and indigestion. IInc. by the food we eat. The stomach distributes it to the'an.
everything tut received little benefit until ous parts of the body. Sometimes the stomach fails
each', to digest the
\I. ( fir t)1.) \tI'nuillutiou: of this!
jMt ov r I
can
fl.YscgRFAt I flu it is the best remedyured aay r poi food put into it. Then the work of distribution is interrupted and the
'
11)It hr; i ( liirdhte: LIttl'ullw iut. 11 .
I a. to -The work of the
i Holy In a bottle. I can eat anything I want now and body left without nourishment. This amounts to complete or partial
BALM Sinaili-os inftiin to be tine recommended it to a number of friend, starvation. You
appears carried can't much of
rgARcOAItn spirit in the Churches, by Rev. W. i iH. who report the tame good result*m every case." expect
ARR >N> II>' the air. llii:-lilt.il snips: wereatnli'iriHl A STARVING MAN OR WOMAN.

in the Thames T<."* yards ; Moritz and other : } odol Dyspepsia Cure cures the worst cases of stomach trouble. If you have simply an occasional functional derangement

\ v fr "in the I'soxhore.. and alihouph no i I 11 :1j; a. in.-Has the church any j with belching fulness or sour rising after meals, teaspoonful of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will set jot

tyl l'IUIIIIUUII'I1II1U with! the latter was allowed II right at once. It never fails.
L.W t scriptural right by which to govern
the diM-a-t' was .oastantly iirescnt THEY KNOW ITS MERITS.

9105 in chi. E.;;ex .J.tri: 't. i i its member?? By Kev. J. L. Bryars I "nl..lnz b.fn a gnat inSerer from Inilgfitlon! n1 reiu'tlngerlU, f>rT "I had ifraiach tnuble all my Ilf.." inri Proprle tor Edw. Mehler,of t
-.ra aud btluic uuabie (o obtaIn permanent rejrf. rrtuitcdtotry the -nl'o "
Homing Works UH Pllrllo\ M. Erie, I'a. .0<1 have tried
:ind other I \.udolnrtprp.lacure.: says Puatmtiler R. H. h.od.,l.of Dunlip. all kinli[ of remede.. cun>ulte la. "lirfure I had ued one bottle I knew I b4 found what I had lout trjrln to momrnt'i .
money a
get p"'o. finally: I read of Kodnl I>
APHORISMS. looked for. After few bottlei I wu corrd of loreneu In mv slda that : ., r
HEAD 12oO: -Rece-s; for dinner. pcp Cure n 1 b >1Iocla trial ttle. 1 hare card ooeral now ani
i I bad not been fr'. from fur more than tea ,.or.. I am better today c.n..,with! the ,rrrateat.uLUrtt.rn that I never fouuj lit equal tuftiulcf
.,. i I then la years,and cgaiUer that Klul P)ipepila Car tin III fCll me a iwuui.li truulno. "
ti :N" I 1'aa ,1II' I :to) p. m.-Devotional exercises gladly recommend It.
,,1 I', uI- !, Without hearts tlu-re Is no home.Hv .- be leuo of lite
,t- t "it 1 -t ron. I II ILteht led by Jesse Jordan. 1 Prepared by L C.DtWItt Co., Chicago The II.00 Bottle contains 2''+1 limit n much (by actual measurement) as the trial ills
.1 HI .vt- '.I ,.>' I "'hich sell lor 60 centi.
..'n.,,: : is the task whore many share i 1a; 5 p. m.-Has Missionary
\ '.norm-1-. Bap-I KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT
the toIlouter.Idlr11vs4: j YOU EAT.
\ i "I 'u"o-t.'I.'w lolk. I list church a scriptural right; to retain -!
-.' Is the burial of a living -
I I man.-Jeremy 1 :lJlor. !I i members in full fellowship who I Conference American Whist League f

. ..;:;,.;: :.- + NVw York, June :23.-The twelfth R. MOhPETT'S Cures Cholera.lnfanlulD
If a g o d face is' a letter of reconi-1 I loppose supporting mission .work? an ,
{
uBLIGITY FOR meiulatmn. a good: heart is a letter of nual conference of the American Xa Diarrhoea.Dysentcry
I5y Rev. A. e rt. J. Countryman. I .
'I't't1it.Buh't'r. I I I tinned \Vhlst League open<>d today at ..1It I the BOMC) troubles of
{ 3 m.-Has the church the ..., WlU,1"J"" ':' Children I of Any Age.
THE PEOPLE I .\ propeii-iity to hope and joy Is 1'1'311 j I p. right Manhattan Beach. Hundreds of players r.d Aids Digestion l Regulate

riches; one to fear and sorrow, real: to retain members; who buy, sell, i i are present and the number of we 8Aif et" /TEETHING POWDERS)! the Bovtels, Strengthen

\\ .>rJ c!>..I.< t'on a Cent, i: iM>\i>rty.-Hume.i work and ride on trains on the Sab- men apparently exceeds that of the -- ASA 1"( Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists the Child and MakesTEETHING

as t-\: cr) Nerd j Is Head To be honest, as this world roes. ito 9 men.There. are to be several contests .. fIf.1r.Y, EASY.nuil .-
thUIHI) r: lie: one man picked out of tea thou- I bath? By Revs. J. L. Bryars J. 11.1| for troohies! _- It. Or 2i seat> to C. J. MOFFETT. M. Dn ST. LOUIS. MO.

. _A--- .....;.'.< 1 *>a tid.-Sha ke! ",'are. I McAnally, B. H. Hkinner, I. Spence; : Chronic bronchial trouble and tut. C. J. "OFFF.TT-.lpnoC'tor: n'f' pare('oflnaiLuaeln..1iii.vour'TF.KTIliTeethtUff Ylthi.s
lotrtter.
I"'I.'l'u iisi>. The hardest trial! of a heart 1 idwh.t'.ier J. I., Taylor, A. M. Lowery J, E.i i' ;Bummer COUgH can be quietly relieved ererPnluoritu11lyirnartdrertninfDmoreeatrejnetorythnfrouan) to Oll.Uttlf' arnint fluid mitts the Imminent result The llyn effect,I,.

... -- it can bear a rival's failure': and cared bv Foley's Hcney treereruited. IOIIIN very truly, JOSf'M'll N. Ii";\', "
without triumph.-Aitkin. | Holley A. 8. J. Countryman and Tar. \\'. A. D'Alemberte, Il: (\ot(' Jfishop Southern Jtfthvdist Church.)) I'antor of St. J'aul ('/111'11.
\N 1'1 !iou"-tdil farnl-/
, \ and all kincii <>t per Time Is the great comforter of grief,, [i i Fillingim J. W. Day and other. T'I j S.: Palafox._
l-mi. ".hV 1oInct..tpply i"
.\ to'A. KitUvr, but the agency .by which it works iesba "I 1: a p. in.-Adjourn.I I TABLEThe

I t t. liun.-L. K.: Landun. I i
I 7:45 p. m.-Hong and prayer services LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
Beer
Tu the mind the heauest !! (
.. generous I IS EFFECT DECEMBER I, 1801
'. on improvcj rU s : led by L. C. Bowman.
MII' ill uni'iuQU At low debt is that of gratitude when it i i iU' -

I.: on L.?,.lm K.:. Hroott.S >t in our power to repay it.-Frank-1 I I ;s p. in.-Hearing reports of our I ._New. Orleans .and, Mobile.
i I'iU.'jl M F'1 thtr That Made : --- -- _
lin. '
8 ml 111Ooyoi :'missionary. Rev. J. W. Day ; and : No.6. So.,. So.2. I No,8. NoL No.1
I
7:1: a 12:15 I1:115' Leave....
m p .Pt'oucola..Arrve 5nOa s5)
8:00
,, nfd money How to Avoid Trcuble. di-cu5ion; by all. 1 1\:5 1" f::7 p III a Leave ..... HomMon ..... Lrare ::s.'j a tO: p p 1:25 0
p
t "ny amount you went DANNHEI D N B 11:0)01, a.::! p' 2Sti5' a Dave. ... 'oloblll Leave LAi I n't itl5 n Iioo i
rue and lo...-.t rate. Now is the time: to provide your- 9 p. m.-Adjourn. jSSER TMOV U S .. ''''..'_ y:25p: I 7:; 1 a'I--- !- .saw_ (IIrlpAo_ Leave_ K-;''Li: -5'' _p
')Q ml.ro\.d city rent
elf and with
family a bottle of
\ ,ber, :V.I, HoutnVala- JUNE 29TH. North.
lu-lf i Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and .
Durrhoei Il Il1t'dIt is t'' -I:5VICTORIA: No. %. ..
almo Xo
: = ? 9 No. l No. 8.
a. m. and service
I v 'I I I'' KOKKOW :'oIO. toy: certain to be needed before the summer !I, -Song prayer ,' II :c'j pm 12l p m LI''ve..... l'l'n5acol" ... Arrive 4no p m 1i:0I' a m
injr your property pro- led D. M. Merritt. IIU"m '1:51pm Arn\'e Ment omPry.I..ave 1IIam 8l.:
by pra
> Ir 'Iii". buy or rill real PI' is over and if procured now lI : Qam lIn'lpm Arrlve... Btrnungham ..Leave :;liam; '::06pm

.., .>p--ty of "n,, 4...cnpuon. have nny save you a trip; to town in the :, 9:3": ") a, in.-Is the church 7:115pm 8nla m Arrive.\asbvllle..Leave ..... _... .. i
et -d or your tittn' ititrniird reponible 2:11I: a m 1:1:1: .... ..
to. tilht or ill bu-iest season. It a m Arrive Louisviue _.L ave 11:15 pm 1,1\
; am
or alItr..OTh. 14 I'. ''''ftUon A Co. ; your for the MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. I 72u am 1I:59am Anl\1! .....norlnoatJ..Ll'a\'e 41:..' pm
school? J. ii:15pm
.Iale amt Itnuranc* ag"alas IVnsa'bartfpi is everywhere admitted to be the Sunday By j:'I"rn It.p m Arrive HI.IOLlII ...LeAve 4:15pm ":li6pmPENiACOLA
a. ( n>'><1"|a':" Turrrryonere ino-t successful medicine in u"efori 1 A. Godwin and others. IlKST 10-CF.XT: I50TTI.K RKV.R
. a lot from a* WH Kill Ifud moo<* AND RIVER JUNCTION.
. y bowl complaints, both for children IN TOWS, I ,
.
t) to build a b.N. Md-tt
and adults. No family can atlord to lu:21J: a. m.-Who should first enlist No. 21-Daily Xo. 8-Dally I Xostop where time not Ibown So.2-DaIl1 No.

II.l H' I TH he without it. For *ale by all drugM in the Sunday: school work E. DANNHEISSER BROS --- ,- -22-D8111--
By I II.
11\5: 7:1) ... .
. ; i->t9 and medicine dpahn.I pm a m Leave P..nl&co... _.Arrlve 11):51) pm 8:311
I I Ih AGENTS FOR THE I::lj night i:13": ... lobtlIIla......... to 10:81" p"m f
I t ) \TKIi K: Vl HICK: .111lItI'I1I"| H. Adki "on, f. H. r.rimlar and CELEBRATED 12::>) 7:14 ....._._ 1'noestra. ....... to. 10:14": I, IIUI 45ea to
If f r''h."tll"1" firm! : Kb th'. 'llllln I : 1r.J" 7.14 ...... J.: rambla. ...... IO:3t" i I ..
:!>,' -uuda. 'r:'ii...1 l ruifin i,f NOTES OF NOTABLES. others. I I. ? Harper TOty.Main '! I ::'i" 1::!, .... Slulat .......... lOr.t.. 11:51 II &' .
Hii i h\irch. ,,0.101..1 t,\ Mllm I I LtI 7'I" .. ... ..... HArp ..... .. .. 11):21" I :.. .
w '" f>"..ntlv! "lurn..1 The speakers: will be limited to tenminutes House-401 :rt. Palafox street. I I:!::ol" 7:85: .. .........GeltCity ......._ ? IOI Ii 1i7": )
i 1.1 ,"'inni't..'>M itb tb* rlna.h I Miss Robinson was married to Mr. 1 i. R. R. 12:54: ill" ," ... llIlIon .. ..... 1\lo"\ 61): "
each. :
t ir",-tiuinin.r o'bo..l. Exchang-e-Orp. Union D"po\ i I::\1) am" .......Good Range! ..... .... to I.
M .111.> I lar" .I. l''j.\\' Urn.o in London the other day. ; P. O. Box 2yl. Pensaeola Fla. 1:5.1: .... 9'I\! .Ii. ........... Holt ,... ...... 8I. i,I 4.95 4:55! "
The late Putter Palmer paid more 11sam.-MissionaryRetlnonbv; Phoney! l 116 2):9.It's : I I 2;ti 1 i. '1:101" ........ l1l11lan ....._ '' 9:11 to I &:11 ..
II 2tt 1J.t1" i ..._...
.Cr..st\'Uw..n.... It I
i OK I.I taxes than any man in Chicago.General I Ilev. JJ. II. Skinner of Almore.l I, 8:0. 9545 to .......III'\r Land ....._ 1Ir.8:18 K4'::"0 ""

8:' t IIIJ" ...... : .._ .
Mossy H"Ad II
--- -- t4 )
; and Mrs. Lew Wallace celebrated : 817 "
: J Collection :
:: for
: p in. mi*- ':0:1: 8:.'i" ..Deto'uolakbprIDgl.. "
I. .r Tao, moil a<*.,irabl" Ir>umy II the fitf.etli: anniuT of the it 4:14 9:44 .. ...... Argyle ....._ 7H 1'1"It 2:51 2:4J1"",
term by for FttbrAd1 ion;. Mistake 4t4)1 t 81 I ....Ponce .... "
a : de LeoD.
.
wedding! 1:'II" II
2IJI"
: y. SIMr tlOLltb P4tttor < ; a fl'd.IY'III:': 5a1)' )) I
j jUriittd I : : 1:1\\ .. ..We'tvllle....._ '1:17' 1\5":
1'"lm ( States l'tll.1I1| Ajme. wh- I 12J0 p. m.-Ilcce-) for dinner. 6:04: IIU' .. -.- Caryvllle....._ 7a 1\1: "
ties! II:*) ....._ onllay_........ I ..
I lt'-nt.v sent the li:>t news to Wa> .::;:tl\n of 1! 2::;0 p. in.-Son "How Firm a 11.1' ) 10:11.. ___...Chipley: ..... 8:17 8\'i:: 1.27 "

--- ...,. .----. the :M. I''ITI'! disaster, Is a Chl'aljnewol'lII'r : 1' First-Class Western Beef Is I\:-) 111;' _.....l.ottondale..n_ 8:1'i' US IAN
-. turnlitifj fix mn atulltt Foundation, 'hy the! choir and prayer 7..) 11:5" .......-.:'tlarlanna...._. 11/)11 12:14 Good"
4 L.:1:1. 1JO" 1I:4\! ......_.Cyprl''I.... .... to 1191; '
t .trret.-- b\. T. W. Ficklin. Not 25 Cents Pound. 1 '" .. 1I4.5 am
a : 1I:5 "
-- Jacob) Edwards: of Boston has o'r..l: ( ., .Uranrt Kldge.,. 6:9:;: 1I:'2 "
1M "' I2tt6 noon .... ._. Moead .. ....... 11:1 IO:5 I
I I' I' a\ i ill olf '181u. to give a library building and site ipoi 2:31)p. in.-Preaching by Rev. J.W. 1J:15" I 1:15 ArrIve...Rlv\r J onrtlon ..Ll'ue III\\ IU:21/ "

| fliestfNd.., which to erect thd same at a 'vt of Day. Look at our Price : -_ --- .
i>Tt>r.d nom bv short C,41la; +) lit oulbbridb, Mach.
.. 3:20 p. m.-Adjourn. Linear. Now I Ii\>IiGOLA <}
"t 1(1It wren rHrt i = CHOICESTOF
.'C". .,| in. General S. E. Browne of Denver recently Extra Loin .. .. .. Be to lye!:! 20c I

''Ir..utt'. l. aa4r4 !'\\t. : celebrated his eightieth birth | 7:45 p. m.-Prayer service, U. H. Round ..... .. ... .. loc 15c

.'t ..ut..1 Ira nrIt Writ"n4. l.a today. I day. He was bora tp FrajlUl>? CtfUBfo Grimlar. ,. Briket and Chuck.. "ic lOc Grist and Corn !Meal !Wills ;I -

1 i.'llf Pa., and graduated af' fVankll:} tied Rib Roat; . .. . 15c Isc I

olioitor: will PAY Marshall college. 8 p. m.-Preaching by Rev. J. W. Rump .... . ... .. 15c 15c IB. F. GONZALEZ A CO., Prop i, 'i f FRUITS AKDCDHFECTIOERY ij $[ Y YI

.. L. to fight on>*, \ lion. Clarence Hale, who has beennpjiointcd Day. Considering: quality, above pricesare Manufacturers

Tit ". iii-itf Judge of the United States I. S:50; p. m.-Adjourn by singing this cheaper size in the than in any other city of CHOICE MKAL AND: PUIIKGKOVND |I -

district court of Maine, h' a brother of country. STOCK FEED.
"% .\ s'r i : It. "God be with You Till We Meet We do have to pay more for our ,
Senator: Ha'.e. He takes the place of Patronise Home Industry, for there li I C. APOSTLE'S
.- -- I meats and have to charge more every reason you should buy your Meal and ,
\ "ung men from K:<- Jade; Nathan Webb who retires after again. than formerly but it Nn't our fault took feed. from the Home Manufacturer,

.t 'i-'DUIrUt at iinro to t4..n'le.p prvpuro for- a service" of tw'ntyth'l' year : Benediction by Rev. J. L. Bryar i and we are selling as low as we pos- tar try.by Yoor so doing money yon 19 encourage left la the borne commnnltj Indus j 14 East Government St.

> r c.- hut Cedar Kap17Jlm I:. W. Callis of Martinsville. Ind.. I Is sibly can. and 10n In tnrn are Indirectly benefited. ,
A cordial invitation
U extended ton I
the oldest printer in imiiit of service I In fostering the home manufacturer yoc Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand tJ tJOe
PARLOR MARKET contribute the cause of labor. You owe
all to attend this
v 'h'l borie-ibocr bo his state. He born in rieniinjnon meeting. !
'i'.... to was ; It to the community In which you live and car-load of Pineapples at S1.75
H a-' ittrdrn Apply utrrrt Npl'rrrI. I'. "i.t N". 1., and published a ne" !ol'q.. r in D.11.IERRI1'T.: Phone 173. Jno. S. Ilrll.l Son. which contributes to roar support. to U.()) per dozen.

Fir lTJ.lt Mount Holly for se\eral years and anlllutrated i! _.. ___, __ __ I
i". M. I'BITI-HETT, Chairman. u ____ __ _____ __ _
paper in Philadelphia for ,
1 M! rI I- lIy a willing 15veari :.Secretary.
null affil hilts at No. h, two 3cars.
.. i IlKf 300 TO-lfc
icing Ulwar has once more shown .'

.. 1 vrrdrggt "t MckMl his preference for American artists basking I,
.
1 .
I. -(" I
IJoliert L.'e Keeling, the Washington GOOD HEALTH
I I
\\ kinli: ot empty hetrH painter to come to Knsland; and i
'1 A. KBIIOMA I
!I. DO..8t1
--- ,- paint a miniature of himself. Last Can only be obtained by keep FEBRAWNER'toFor S.

% tiHI -. \\ UIII.I. summer Mr. Keeling: painted a minis ins the blood pure and the digestion i

ture of QU. Alexandra.. j I perfect. For this purpose .
11 M,,n ."i .\.r .mbrr.Ar ., HOSTETTEK'SST01ACIIBITTERSwas \
\ city
.... .. Major I::. I*. Pellet of Rarranquilh,
'a .1. to .11 our Magic
: introduced Seven will
fifty
years ago, Days we Offer the Following Prices-
.
;N (fai
61r.cta mare match Ilult..rt'II.nrtHled.. Colombia has' presented a library of a : and to-day it is recognized as .
i In-
I? .It thousand volumes to the Norwich (N.Y. 'I the leading health restorer in -

.. .. High: school. Major IVllett is a i the world. It will cure DYSPEPSIA ,i 20 doz Men's French Neck, drop. 2uO Pair Men's New Orleans Sewed You should look at our line of : I

i : ''i irthper>' ln.MHt.Olil>n in enlHb-eacnimh veteran of the civil war and has served 1 i:, BILIOUSNESS, FLATULENCY sticbed, undershirts for 2C;: ; drawers or Cable Screwed Shoe, for this sale, Ladies' High and Low Cut Shoes. : "

> ,I rtimtieml [,i,njinn as United States consul at Barran'iuilla .I AND MALARIA, FEVER AND to match. $1.20. ; solid leather. We can save you money. :
s 1a weekly oanb alary Iii\ i i AGUE. Try it. 25 doz Men's Fancy Striped Lace I
II' i w..dnntayattb allex' for thirty-six years. I,( a yards Lawn fast colored ;
175 Pairs Men's Hand Sewfd Vici j +.{
and Plain Silk Finished
'm !i"al'juarters: ''i : Balbrigan worth 8'a'c to close I
money at
oc
Patrick William Carey and his four' HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH Kid Shoes in four different shape yard.
'I'i -iv Mauagt-r, .!T' Caiiru Undershirts at 45c each ; drawers to t t.
ca{ ;;e.t184w sons of San Jose, Cal.! measure among i match. toes regular |1, for this sale }2.9.5 a 50i X-Bar Muslin, regular 7c .... "i ,
BITTERS. pair' goods, to close at 4'jC I I'
them 31 feet S Inches of stature the 10 doz Men X-Bar Undershirt yard.
POI \'. ,
- ....,." tallest and shortest being two sons who ,, worth SOc, for lOc ; drawers to match. I have bought the full line of Levy- 1,0JO yards Unbleached Domestic I j {1. ,
'MH HKUWN LKUHOKN8 stand G feet 6L; and 6 feet :2'i:: inches i 1 doz Pou Co shoes to close; at li'c .i 1 ii1
tock and Km totealeat 25 Men's Scriven Patent seam I boys' that I will close 1 Quo Best '
yards Check
W liardwaroCo'n. llntfII respectively. The father is 6 feet 4. PROFESSIONAL OAEDS. side drawers worth 65c, for this sale{ out at cost fast colored, regular 7c goods Gingham for, !. :, ,.
Their combined weight Is 1,055 pounds ,
.V 1 U (i UOUi'oi. I -I l Ids I 125 pair Boys' Easy Walkers reg- this site 5c.pieces. 1
-..-- 28 doz Boys Extra Size Pants, 12 to' odor &)c goods, to close at 35c 10 White and Red Table I'r
.
pair.
\ MannfTctarer ROWE M. D.
tI a r..\H. in BKIKkK Hair ondi.- II au. TolI"t Whooping Cough. W. C. i 17 years, worth 11 a pair, for this sale Linen, regDartOc goods, to close at

*. OH, rto.,KK W. Uovernment My little son had an attack of Office: ITS S. PaUfox. : 50c.r) 75 pair Men's Low-Cut Patent 25c yard. No one over 5 yards. ; ; I
\Ve carry a full line of Boys' Wash Leather Shoes we have been selling 30 pieces Medicated '
= whooping cough and was threatened '' Hours from 'S to B::W a. m. and 1 to S p. m Pants. Call and them. 21-inch Cotton 1
4 .. see at 2.W pair, to close at |1.75 pair. worth ..
4.I I. or 1'iinornlM. with pneumonia ; but for Cham and after o'clock i Diaper, 85c, for this sale 60c.
- '" ------ berlain's Cough Rel edy we would -4
s to"'K' toT JoK.\LM larnunwl have a serious time of it. It also 2rTion.o OS.f ?
.
1 ., Moreuo.boagnetaorep.ctaldealga.: Writ GregoryI saved him from several attacks -. This Sale will Positively Not Run Longer Than Seven Days. 4 .

:!lid I m 'rour.-H. J. STRICKFADEX, editor ,
tt'vrM-ircraM Fair Haven. Wash. '' PARKER'SHAIR
,
4 '1' Klj- / \,'JItOol.! For sale by all druggists: and medicine i' BALSAM Remember the F. E. Brawner's r
-- > *> ---- Clime. and MUtt-fat the hti. place Candidate for County Treasurer t''
W KKH and Horalnjni L.llnI- dealers. Promote a )lutintnt growth. l
,u i ordered for |BeT.r Plili to Bcttore Orty
customer
i I": Moreno, SS Welt Gregory. Know ODe Sore Remedy Hur to tti._Youthful Color.
Cam fcalp d it h.
MUm (or&:I oUtitate c<>1.1. Jta name u Is ar-Balsam I I ,ai>d"wlIIl>nI= I f 0)=is=105; SOUTH PALAFOXTHE STREET.- '

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: THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY JUNE 24, 1902



P""" ", ,,,,,,, :; <'XXI "StrO in t tW\ '
I q: a TROUBLES OFPOLICEMEN Paine's CeleryCompound GOOD BALL gest oflf


Politics and ,

FOR SUNDAY The 42d Annual Statement fur 1'""
Ending December :3Ur
I l.rd tlle Iot Office at Fensacola K loot of
VIL..Ieeond-cIb.. mattt'r.orrll' _

t1. 4 _E :-I'ut', Building, 211>{ Boutb k; Politicians. a When Deputy Marshal Carroll DR. PHELPS' A great deal of interest is being i J THE f [EQUITABLE l[ \

I } '&Iitox trttt, Ull-ualr.. ." .. \V onder-\V orki Medical
ng manifested by local fans over the
White reported for duty at 7 o'clock

: THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. I :li:1: ::2i' :S r1 I last night be was served with a notice I Prescription.Mrs. I prospect of one of the most exciting LIFE ASSURANCE[ SOCIETY

of the season at the Beach
I
t Terms: Invariably' in Advance. The Weekly Tallahasseean is appealing suspending him from duty on games .

on l'toar by Mail.. .' ...._$50UBIS to the voters of Leon countyto I two charges of neglect of duty pending I next Sunday, when the champion tAssets ..,. .,. .. .. . j. -"
Month* 2 6uOa Jennie H. Steele : of New Orleans will play
says Bernhardts
1 Reserve and other Liabil-
board of
the j
Hon. Fred. T. fur an investigation by
....k.Carrier, Pnnble Moodily IUIdrtrtitirg support Myers I the first of two games with the 'j I, ities.,. .. .... . . 2&): .
fates Furnished Application congress because be traveled overthe public safety which will possibly, "I Feel That It Has Saved My I --

state and made speeches in the convene in special session this after- i I Giants. A second game will be pull- 8urplusfrom) ( which Dm-

TELEPHONE NO. 118. Life." off the following Monday.and dends are paid/. . . :' _
:Jed
!
interest of retaining the capital at noon and try the cases of both Captain '"

Tallahassee! when Jacksonville was White and Patrolman Fonde- is theworld's Pensacola means to take both games. Paid to Policy.holders in

Paine's Celery Compound have defeated 1901.... ...... ..... . t :aNew : ,.
making such a hot capital removal billa. great leading medicine awl The Bernhardts I "
life saver. It has no equal for feed in Insurance in 1901..$ 2r ,-
': flht.;: It was perfectly natural that: I Special Officer Frank Sanders acted ing exhausted nerves; it stands! firstas !: every team they have played I Total Insurance in force

I Mr. Myers should defend nis own as deputy marshal last night, a builder of the weak and shattered Texas, Louisiana! and Mississippi; Dec. 31, 1901..U i it1 .- -.;

I PBIBAOOLA, JUNE 24. 1902. property interests-and it didn't cost; Turnkey Milton Frank wa? put on Paine's nervous Celery system.Compound has long and the battery carried by the aggregation Notwithstanding the great) f. ..:..
cial .
him anything, because all his ex. as special officer and Patrolman ago, proved its power as a banisherof : is one of the finest. strength of the Societygreater ft- < < .
security which
dyspepsia rheumatism, neuralgia, v
WHEN Cuban annexation comes penses were paid out of the fund I Connors is keeper of the station to kidney disease, liver complaint. and 1 The locals expect a hard battle, holders thereby enjoy, the FUFFs:

tbe beet ;!uar fanatics will perhaps I raised by the people of Tallahassee. as a purifier of the blood. Tbou-- i 1 but have resolved to give the visitors are LOW and GUARANTFKs:
regret their opposition to recipro- ; day.The ands of men and women tired out, ter than given by other com, "_
city. 'I As the people of Tallahassee admitted I suspension of Captain White sleepless, nervous, morose and des all they are looking for. All
;
_ at that time the Pensacola following closely to that of Patrol pondent, have been given perfect I the best players will be thrown on
THK: Indian war claim fund will I health, strength, and buoyancy of KXOWLES nno ..
I [ DAILY NEWS did good and effective man Fondebllla, caused no small spirits through the well advised use I tbe field and every one will play
J be paid directly into the state treas- j i
i work in that campaign. It printed consternation among members of I of Paine's Celery Compound. It has j with one object in view-to win both General \gentn
: All "claims" against it, for
ury. life
]I given a new and happy to a vat
f comtni-sions or otherwise, will bej column after column of matter on the police force and it soon became number of people who were tired of i.battles. 309 8. Palafox St.. PENS ,
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adjudicated by the legislature.i j!' the subject, and its management: I rumored that several others would j life and suffering. 'I j
If your health is impaired ; if you
r J A UREA -hipping combination intended j paid the printers out of their own I meet the same fate and face the 'are! burdened with any weakening or BATHE AT BOGART's

to coute-t with the Morgan funds, not one cent coming from Tallahassee I board this afternoon. This has not painful malady, use. Paine's Celery FISH CHOWDER/
Compound today ; it is specially
:, combine for supremacy on the two ,I or from the Tallahassee I come otf as yet, but it is not denied..I. adapted for your case ; it will make BATH HOUSE ,I
i )Ce.ulh3 been organized in EngJ well and Mrs. JennieH. BY THE SEA
\ fuod. THE NEWS is now sup. that such is a near probability. 1 you strong. SHOREAt
land with a capital of one hundred, Steele, Vaughns, Ga., writes --
million d..II.HI.ext in order will : porting Lamar: for Congre-s. If The charges against; both Captain'; thus- I
.
be a counter rulroacl combine in the capital removal question is to be !i White and the other officer were j i i what"I have the doctors suffered call for ten neuralgia years with of AND HELP THE WOMAN'S HOME the Santa Rosa toUI'>

L I this coutltr> ,: made an issue in this congressional i; made, it is said, at the instigation ofMr. II II I the liver and never had any relief ALL THIS WEEK. : e-tablishment, the L"',

i contest, it will ask Its Tallahassee j Chas. Johnson member of the' from their medicines or anything i I,
THE laJi.ouew Enterprise ad- J ;i else until I began using Paine's Cel i iI I }o'rankJaura, will give .

i vacates the erection of a suitable friends who appreciate the work it..;[ board of public safety, who says the I Compound. I have taken about I celebrated fish chowder-
-
j Through the courtesy of Mr. Bogart -
'\'Vt'flllIr'i man-ion with of two officers couldn't be found three bottles and have not suffered i
a part did for them without charging them anywhere i I II
{ any since I first began to take it. I : his bath house will be turned day at 5 o'clock p. m. .>:
the Indian war claim fund, and anything for it, to vote for Lamar. I' for over two hours Sunday feel that it has saved my life and I ,

truly says: -It is a shame that the morning. It was charged that the I hope all who sutler as I have will over to u representative of the shore beach. The steani'i :

; Date's chief executive should have The! Brooksville Argus says: patrolman had been I Ii give "Paiue's Celery Compound a I i Woman's Home this week, and i; prise will leave Palafox w
reported as trial.
to pay tiou-H rent out of the small: 2:30 .
We favor the nomination of H. I jail: the profits of the business for p. in. every unday.II
salary which he receives for his serj -I i sleeping on duty, and when this '

j vice." I' Clay Crawford, for secretary of i rumor was heard Mr. Johnson start- I that period will go into the treasuryof II I You never heard of any ou'
-- - -- LATE : the Woman's Home. Ladies who and '
\ state, because he has discharged the TRAINS : Foley'n Honey and Tar nlingsatified.
ed down. He
out to discovered
trace it -
1
.
i "EAl: fruit for breakfa-t. Eat ; W. A. D'Alem-
duties of his office in a most satisfactory wish to help a worthy institutionwill
121 8. Palafox
fruit fur lunch. Avoid pastry andbvt that there was some foundation street.
; creditable himself : LAST NIGHT : take their salt water baths at''j -
cakes. Only take potatoes once '! manner to I| for it and he tried to call the captainto 1
Don drink : and in to do honor Bogart's next week. Gentlemen too CONCERT AND DANCE
a day. tea or cotfee. a way to the
before
I lay the matter him. This
; ; .
i i .MAGNOLIA BLUFFTHTR.-!
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Walk four miles every day, wet or i j state and to the name of his eminent are invited to give th ir patronage. I
.. Take a bath day. Wash I he could not do, and the signals Trains arrived from two to five i i: NIGHT. TRAINS ATS. H:3I.f)
every i
the fac in father the late John L. Crawford, calling him to the station! were tap hours behind time last and ,9. LAST TRAIN RETl'RN-i i ij III
*
every night warm night, MYERS
water.I'I'' than whom a purer or more faithful the bell. DODCES AN j :W. TICKETS 25; CENT
8Iwp tight; hours every ped on city 'I II mail and express matter, which''
These are KaicrVilliam's officer never served a people. We I [I DEPOT.
golden Friends of Mr. White allege that I I should have reached here at 4 p. m. IMPORTANT LABOR MEASURE.I, --- -- -
rule of health. have known him from boyhoodshappy 1: .
---- he had a hard fight with a suspicious yesterday did not arrive until 111 Grass Shearsthat will c:; .

Tilt N t\\; !-gettd; m its i issue,, !: days, and we shall vote for i I negro on West Garden street who I o'clock last night, seven hours late. ii j House Bill No. 162, A Bill to be close, at the Willis Uar -

t>f2li>t ins.. the possibility that the him for what he has been, what he from the ollicers 'Ii
slipped = It i i Co's.Foley's
I I gra p This matter was brought in by train entitled "An Act for the protection of ware .
[ uf ; is, and what believe he will II ---
jouie repre-entatives tiiight actfpt we be. -- -
the Spoouer ,ubtitnte for the ,, I, was while endeavoring catch this !i No. 5, from Mobile, which arrived ;, discharged employees and to prevent i!' Honey and Tar contaiiin ,

I much-wanted prisoner that he was three hours late. black listing and for other purposes." opiates and can safely be give '1
I I nearly :
Nicaragua; cunal bill. Later advices There i* now no doubt of Hon. I
On the passage of the bill in the senate I i to children. W. A. D'Alemberte
from Washington indicate that this II Wm. B. Lamar's election to con called at the station. He was very I I Train No. 22, due at CW: ) p. in., arrived -' 121 H. Palafox street.
Mr. Myers did not vote. (Senate ,
: it preci-ely what will be done in the busy at this, and his statement to !
at JOn last This is ,
night.
' I gress. It is only a que-tiou of how i I an Journal). -
Joint conference which now has the i the board iu this will it isj i i
22june2t'i
respect
j I accommodation train for local
big his majority will be in the first ; points I A.
matter under consideration. And it I be i j Gas SodeFlind
hoped satisfactory.The
if by no means certain that under I primary-for there will be no second to River Junction. Filthy Tfinplen in India. ,

provisions of the sub-titute the ': primary for congressman. I regular: meeting was to have The delay in mail matter from the I Sacred cows often defile .Iudian j ...THE TAILOR ... i

president C.llIlIr will, decideagainstthe I been held Wednesday, but as the north was occasioned by trouble on !: temples! but wor e yet is a body ;, ,

Nicaragua rout". ITlu j There will be a Democratic League I mayor will be out of town on that I I I the main line -mall wreck having | that's poluted by constipation. I; :tHKSsT! (OVKHNMK\T ST

I! meeting at McDavid tomorrow night jlat j day the case will be heard a day I taken place in Alabama and block. : Don't permit it. Cleanse your sy-- :, Will for the next 30: ) days make -n.
Tallaha--ei-auV
V : reference in I
I I with Dr. 'at 25!
which willi tern King's New Life Pills per cent less than reu: .
; UP last i,-ne to "The Politician" :i! prominent speakers !I earlier. !j i lug traffic for some time. The -p.m. :i ii and avoid untold mierv._ They prices: t

an "old. auburn-luired: granny," :i address the people. II iI i I Ij Au WHO USK ATUMIZKKS in1 I train arrived on time ye'Jterdaybut !i give lively livers active bowels w j U.TID' vlnic Men'Ladies'* Hull Huili! .. ll.i* to .

tie., \\a* merely ai.other of it* many I -- : Heating na-al catarrh will get the baggage and good digestion flue appetite. Only I I Men s Kims Steam 'leaded ..... .
in ,
passengers came on
bad breaks. Tlif. Politician" i i.1 I The regular weekly meeting the best result from Ely's Liquid Cream Ladies.'Hulls Hit-tun Cleaned jix'I"1t'n'lI
25; atV..
cents
.. I i the belttedobile : A. D'Aletnbertes' Tousert Steam Cleaned
neither ..1.1! : n"r "auburnhaired"uor Democratic League will be held at lialui. Price, including spraying traiu. > .
|j tube, Tocts.; Sold by druii-ts or < ---- drugstore, 121 H. Palafox. Hint: Now i is the time to ii '.
a "granny.1 If the description i im 'Clutters hall Thursday night and, j'I mailed by Ely Bros., Gt Warren St.. KetraU a (ircat tircrer. i ii t ti i your winter Clothing put in u"
.&* intended for the editor of Tilt i i I I.New. shape. This olfer is for thirty II.1 1I
a;; usual: there will be some interI I York.New i It is often a-ked how such PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL''only. Mention
XE\\ 6 till rt' wa- no harm itle, as ht'll.ru't !i Orleans, l Sept. I, 1KK! ). i|' startling you paw the miisemeut ,\ 1
.i 1 etingpefches... I Messrs. ELY; BWHI sold two cure: that puzzle the be-t physicians. I in 1'111HAil.: .\' N
\ in i ml a little thing like that
; i effected Dr. Kill'sew Discovery otherwi-e the
are by
regular price w.charged. :
but tll" 'lallah: t..t'anh.I11,1' know :! THE POLITICIAN. t! bottles your Liquid Cream Bilm: for Consumption. Here's the Thir,1IIlInl TN-i.ni ItcKins SP|<. .
to a customer. Win. Lamberton lIla
that tit' has nt-vi-r written a line of'' -------- -- Delachai.t't.; ., New Orleans ; he has ..{cret. It cuts out the phlegm and 1f'lIlh'r 1. lit"!. a.tl 1/1,1.. I

the) matter in .Pie! Politician's' Virulent 1 Tart-er Cured ,'u-ed the two bottlegiving him germ infected mucu- and lets the J 1111"> IU, 11)111.TI'H .

i-oluiiui. St.irtliu proof of a wonderful aliI wonderful an.i most -ati-factory resuIt life-giving oxygen enrich and vitiluc 134 134 134 134 13-l
: the blood. It heals .
tfre lull
'I -. (if: I. W. :'okD.'t't' sine.1. ._. .
vance iiven by druggi-t U. W.Roberts ; ; ,
J'tl.HIII.1I' cllu,;h-woru throat and lung- Hard Him of thischool i H t.t provide -
THK Jacksonville. :1"trIJpuli" con- of Elizabeth: : W. Va. Au colds and stubborn; 0011.2hoon tlvinuiijh HIGH :SCHOOL and 134 -15- 1)4

ttiuN tl.nt II"'iimltuii county'- revolt old man there hal lori ;"IIIf"rf'1I with yield to Dr. King's New Ii-c very. COLLEGE: PREPARATORY in-

jfc.iiii-t; tin- authority of thy what gaud doctors prou'Hlu'd, incurable 60 DAYS EACH FOBEICHTJEFEHDANTS the most i infallible remedy for all struction. The school I i., of e-pecial Anton's Tele! pte.
Throat and Lungili-ea-es. ( uara iiteeti interest to three cla ,
late' di'uinrrutic convention and its e- : 134 Jt Ir" I'1"' i i 1.:4
cancer. They believed hi-
bottle5o; c und! $l.w Trial 1. Those who having c'III1lftwi JlO II'
state committee involves not only 1 ci-e lo.pPle4till& lie u-t-d Electric buttlefree atV.. .\. D'AIembPite'- the grades of the public -chfol; wi-l ,

:beuator: Ftllllt11111I-. who refused Hitter- and applied Huckleu'rui- 121 1 South Palafoxtreet.. tl) pursu* theirtu; further without 134 134 134 134 1': ;

t<> ttlf i.'tio"f iviiKlid.icy: with ca Salve, which treatment completely aviiiij 1 howe.

the i-Ute 'couiiiutt, but I.J. :MuI'all. cur d !him.l When Electric Hit- i I Ti.p! police b..-irr-'l tlieni-dvf- CONCERT AND n.XCE1' 2. Tho-se who wi-h, with tlif :aU -- -- -
,, :MAGNOLIA HLl'Fr THURSDAY of tiie curfful I inJiviJu il I att'-ntiiti!
wl'ii dill tile
: hinotice as :a ters :are u-ed to exp'-l bilious kid- la-t niL''t' : aii'l '-ult! '! that \'L A AA AAAA A
h'r. stn-iH
: :ai n i wret7 : :NIGH Tlt\IX-\T; -< s:.;AND) cant given in ''rplaami --""'
faiiiliit.i'f f.-r .1 -tate oilire, that ofo'liiptriU'r .
and microbf
nt-y P'ii-onsatthe: same a longer: p-iou. if'I :a'lv.iiiotii :
; ca: es on the nuynr'docket tlii- 9. LAT TltVIN I
E1THT!
:Miof h may be thetcct f time tinalve exrrt- itmatcnle )'If(- rapidly thin is p--ibl. futhfifl -
: -- 11 ::,,.. IIl'EIrOj: : 1 i\r-i.: i'
.. \
of it.. t' h-l' morning. FIVCM "- were c,'ntini in PUbIC schools.
PI -
n'tir-e l
limited Ity healing I I power, blood (I i-e.1.e., kin I i i DEPOT. BICYCLES r !
:<. Thosfl who
tinll.ni, 'IT 'n funmittei' '. ,. U"J defendant are fitting: tiieinelves -
tMiitity riiptii>ti-. ulcer and -ir,-> vt; mm i-h. |i one turned over to -- - for college.In ; .
lull the ,11. i-t will be Hitt 'rio '. Salve 2:,, W.
Indirect :
and : at A. lAl.!
the lulJiti-I
' ,' mnty authorities, fcix rf-le: i'ed t(> the \BUtI in-trtir-
elflhrtf -. i ii'l i :-;,'ut Pilafox. WILL DRILL FORO'NEAL
need tIlt !U I i\ii\; t'ie: democracy; of tion in Ensli-h, )Mathemaii--i--
< and the asrre.::ated fines were Iv'V-r
UIII.I \
}Ir. h.11.MYERS tory, Oeo ri'phy. Litin.ctc iu-truc- vvvBig w .

PROFESSIONAL CHIROPODISTE. {> Thomas Ftl-rsou, J.hn Jlck.OIl.'Carl MEDAL tion is oU"r( d. n-ilnni of,." tuition i ,

: 1 Ja k"oll. Ha hif in Greek French. German and :Span{ : Stock !
( All
VOTED ACAINST St. Clair: Thomas will remove eorP. John i.h. The school_ is-_ pnndnp'f_ _______ n.ir t.li..". Kinds
Krue, John In lehart, James corner of West Gad-den '
corns, bunion;* and ingrowing nail- : ;; Sim- and Spring: !
REQUIRING RAILROADSI i i I The Escambia Ritl--will met to- streetiu a building which is to':: All Prices !
without pain or blood. Will call at I eon and Will Linsrley. all of whom be
arranged to it '
I adapt
especially to
night for regular monthly drill fur :
TO BUILD DEPOTS your residence if required. No. oil were charged with being dangerous! I the needs of the school. '
. South Palafox-treet. lOjlrnMR. I the O'\ealmeJ.lI, n-jw held by Sergeant The number of pupils in attend- I
and suspicinuVHI" given 60 day. Abt. The conte-t will :\ ance is limited. Hence those! de-ir-j [EDISOI r PHJNOGRPPH U / r !

P. WHALEY each on the street Home of them prove ing admittance should communicateas
Senate Bill No. 74. To be entitled. duct classes in Latin. Greek will con and were all.wed the privilege of leaving -: exciting, to ay the lea-t. I'I early as possible with the Princi-1

"An Act to require railroad corporation Mathematics during the months of town at once. ,, This company has decided to go ,'pal. Ii i Music Free With Each Machine
. to construct passenger depots on July and Ausu-t. The number of ., .i For further information terms and I
into and take part in the parade of catalogue, address
their lines of roads and to provide apenalty students will be limited. For further FAMILY SEASON TICKETSAT I.!! H. CLAY ARMSTRONG, Fishing Tackle,
teren.c ,. information address p. H. Whalel'eusacol.1. *\", the K. I. Association on July 4. Principal. or ,

On the passage of the bill Mr. Fla. 17jlw SIGARI'S BATH HOUSE' and in the afternoon of that dav will !,,i PEKCIVALH.WHALKY. JR., I Base Ball,
!
Myers voted NO. Bill passed 16 to -STEEDMAN CIGAR is growiu i -- hold a competitive drill at the Assistant. Tennis

J. (Senate Journal 1891.). 22june2t ? in popularity. Save the 1 Frank Sigari will issue HM family Blutf, which will prove one of the ,

Bands and rewarded.. I season tickets for baths at his splendid i mo-t interesting features of the day. I STEEDMAN STEEDMAN I Ping Pong.

Of All Hot Weather Enemies --------- -'-- bath house for a family of one 1 The That is the oc Cigar with the Band.
--- I boys are making great preparation -: I
,>f humanity cholera I is the worst. to three at $l.W for the season and for the occasion. See: Premium List. i Big Repair Shop!

Treatment When to be effective rnu-t be j I I General Debility for a family of from three up for two i ,

prompt. vomiting, purging/ dollars. These season tickets will Shake Into Your Shoes < For blliou-ness use Chamberlain's I Can Repair any old thing '
und f we at announce tha the dis-! Day in and .ut there i is that filing of I Stomach &
Liver
cue l# present. combat it with Perry i weakness twt nuke; a burden of itsIf. I entitle the family to bathe whenever Allen's Foot-Ea-e, a powder. It cleanse the stomach Tablets. They And fit Keys to any old lock
Davi' Painkiller. All bowel troub-1 I Food dl...... nut 'trt'iiinhen.Mefp they wish throughout the reason. I I2Hjlw cures painful, smarting, nervous feet the liver and bowels,and regulate
let like diarrhu, cholera morbus di-s not I and ingrowing nails and instantly effecting a
refresh. :
aud dysentery are overcome by Pain1vkjller" I It _ __ I I takes the sting out of corns and bun->I quick and permanent cure. For
is hard t.) (do hard to brar. sale by all druggists and B. Brtiee
It l It' equally health-promot-I fb.mld I* ,-a-y. -\Itl'ity is on the what This weather makes the :: ions. I"s the greatest comfort discovery -. dealers. medicine F .
all climates.ICECOLD ebb. and
Jog iu : of the age. Allen's Foot-
the IIIht'; >\ -t, !-ufers.. i gras tgrow. You can 1
I For this : buy Ease makes tight or new shoes feel
WATERMELONS condition takeHood's I keen cutting Lawn Mowers \r easy. It is a certain cure for sweating I ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT 15 B. Palafox.

THE GARFIELD) ICE CO'S. | Sarsaparilla I and Grass Shears : callous and hot, tired. aching i! THE GARFIELD ICE: CD'S.
-- i iDo It from the : feet. Try it to-Jay. Sold by all'' -
vitalizes the blood C''t''i I'r and tone Willis Hardware Co'. druggists and shoe stores. All kinds and
ycu waut a magnificent watch to all the: t.rsans and funnions. ;. j Don't'l Fishing tackle of of chairs
and Is' all kinds
for little ? 'If so. call on accept any substitute. By ,
money positively uncalled fur I
all
ruu-down or Cleaning ladies,. skirts and waist 2oc. in stamp Trial FREE. rocking chairs at Marston
-. 8f'pheDti.: the jeweler. He will accommodate debilitated: conditions. package and good crab nets
yon. I UOulj .. 1-iLL* cote ... I is one of e-r specialties. Star Laun- Address, Allen 6. Olmsted LeRoy at the $ Quina'Si Prices are very
ciiLM.i tn. n Iry.
"'Ll" 1 X. v. I I i Willis Hardware Co's. low.





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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JUNE 241902. IJ IJi

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No. 5OO3.

#. c, O'NEAL, President; F. c. MORTON, Cashier ; THE WEATHER -42SHSHS2SH52H2SHSE5H Tt ,, -


s> j. fOSHEE,Vice.President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. r j<
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TODAYLOCAL It:

AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF & ,

FORFcAST-Fair tonight and I dial!!tl
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Wednesday; fresh southeast winds. SflviCV ,4

PENSACOLA, FLA. I II \ 1' I
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S ESE5H5HSH5ESHSH5H5H5HS\ >
I Temperature in Last 24 Hour: I

LARGEST CAPITAL Maximum._.. ._.................... .... ... Mdegrees ....._. ...
Hag the STOCK of any bank in the State Minimum............ .............. 71 degrees -- .
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prompt, courteous and careful attention given to all business en- Temperature Elsewhere Max. : ln'l|i .EXTRA SPECIAL. 'I !

Atlanta_ ....... ._.?._._._..... tt I .
Bismarck...... ...............?. .......TO *:2 j I
trusted to its care. Chicago. __. ..._.....- ..... .... 'ill f..
I Cincinnati.............__........ 72 M I I '
IOalveeton I _-_. ._..- M 79
Huron..... _.. ... 04 JU
4 PER CENT INTEREST ? ? >
PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Jacksonville ..?.. .... .. l01I 70 Half Price Sale !
Kansas city _....... ..... ........ 72: 110 I =
--- Key West .. M 74tieuiuuia
I I I ... __L. ...... ..... ..... .... ..... ... _in.. .ou.n

B. H. FAIRCHILD, I Ordnance Sergeant Richard Bonner, Mobile Montgomery ,,,,, ?,?,, .._.!oS,.. r Mi H
at Fort Barrancas, Fla. WILL CATCH ATMARIANNA New ,rlelol.-....?..........?. ...... "f'*< 70
Sew York_.?. ..... ... ........ 72 64
urQOLBTERIR J in Savannah.. ..,._ .... ... M *:1Ht. .MONDAY TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY.
A the British ? '
STREET. stowaway came on Louis .... .. . ..74 K4E1POKTH. ... ...
38 EAST ROMANA j steamer Lesreaulx from Xew TODAYWillie

C,'*er, "York and Refinishing Furniture aSpecialt Orleans today. ,

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The revenue launch Penrose is in MARITIME. SEASON'S UNUSUALLY LARGE SELLING in our Men's and Boys' 4

Phono 403. commission again, after having Welles, the young man I Hats, Ladies' and Jhildrru's Hoe, Itibbou and Lace Depart-

whose station is behind the bat for THIS has left broken stocks. In order that we may clear the re
laid I --
been awhile for
up repairs. all new, bright, desirable goods-no seconds or shop worn

R. K. WHITE, -I Seven applicants for church mem- the Giants, has gained quite a name I For June to date..... .. ._. ....._ {C!-,536 among them-we cut the price in HALF. This means an
Jeweler throughout the economy to you that you can't atlord to let Klip. Remember, the
qkT ':maker, Manufacturing bership was the result of last night's surrounding country I ARRIVED. early customer, like the chick has the assortment from which to pick.

and Graduate Optician, revival at the Methodist church. and has received otters to play from nr ss J.t'srf'aulx43i, fo'errew Orleans j j.
I to Koutberlaiicl lni.is Co I
The ordinance of baptism was givento one to three games elsewhere.
,t., swell, FlaNEWS !
t u r l foi two infants. He received an offer to catch a BAILED. : MEN'S AND BOYS' STRAW HATS. : LADIES & CHILDREN'S HOSIERY.

The ladies of the Grenada Park game at Marianna today and he left Nor fs Sanna, Christensen! Tampico II Bee Show Window. I 1<>0 Dozen Ladies and Children's :

Association will give a concert and at7 o'clock this morning to fill the CLEARED. I Fat Back! Hosiery, all !sizes ; lbi;
One Lot Men's and Straw
Am ss Pensacola hill Leech by Unit < Boy's
serve refreshments at the park
;! post. The game is between team Transit Co for Tampico, with 2;:>0 tons Hats, formerly sold for 40 and 50e, value at lOc,
NOTEj Wednesday evening to raise funds value $5 w8Hrss coal'l'

for beautifying the park. Wyer'sband from Chipley and Marianna and it ] Keyser Drumelzier": Co for Cardiff:23 and, .mercon.Liverpool.w by ithISCNI Extra Special Extra Npecial: ic.

will give one of their !superb will be played at the latter place j : c ft hewn timber, LAMMO) s ft sawn I
I timber,7111,iui s ft lumber, value t.",w7SoTlCl.
j concerts, there will be a children's this afternoon. I II One Lot Young Men's Rough and I 2iOO) Yards Cambric Embroiderif

L! .t'ting of the Pensacola i floral parade and other entertaining :. Smooth Straws, formerly $1 00, in Narrow and Medium Width., formerly
I I For a long time these two nines I The Marine Hospital service has issued I P
,lety tonight. features. The public is invited.Hood's the following: Extra Special oOc. 10 and 12'gcyard: ,
have been at outs and
'!
today's game and
received j Toasting: vessels ahicharb known
Co. has Kztra 5c
Shoe
x .r Special yard.
) which are in regular trail with Florida
radical-
,pment of thoe Edwin | Sarsaparilla cures will definitely settle the matter. from domestic ports of the United States, One Lot Men's :Smooth Straw
ly-that is it the roots of enter without detention or Inspectionwith
removes may
I
,
>ls for men. Head their I Itit. Marianna has a fairly good team, the understanding that if sickness of Alpines! formerly $1.50,
disease. That's better than lopping I any character whatso,,ver shall develop RIBBON SPECIAL
I|i the branches but no catcher; since Welles has I during the voyage to Florida ports shall I'I'I Extra Special Toe. I
I I report to tbe quarantine officers! for inspection All of our 'Jo and 3o; : widths of
..t-ilymedal: drill of Com- :, -- been engaged, however, it is easy to : and disposition.'
CONCERT AND DANCE AT
r, rids State Troop; will beI I' MAUNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY guess the result. i I One Lot Younir Men's Rough ALL PURE SILK TAFFETA
I I' I! Straw formerly il 50,
: e armory tonight. Capt., NIUHT. TRAINS AT S. 8:30 I QUARANTINE. RIBBONS, in every desirable I I shade I ,
itdrs the men to appear at AND 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS Ladies Can Wear Shoes! Hr ?s Kilale. 2W.>, shaddock, Para, to Gulf Extra Special Toe.;

g in fatigue uniform. I I i I AT 11:50. TICKETS 25 CE STS. one size smaller after using Allen's Foot. i Transit Co Extra Special at cyard.
AT DEPOT. ta.e.a powtler to be bbakeu Into the slioee.
amen's Friend Society will I It makes tight or new shoes feel easy; gives j THE SHIPPING.VESSELS One Lot Men's and Boys' Smooth
instant relief to corns and bunion It's Straw Ventilated Crown black silk 150 Dozen Ladies' Summer Vest,
otlice of J. K.w tbe greatest comfort discovery of the i ,
'.!t'Hing at the age.
COLORED MASONS Cures and prevents swollen feet, blisters EL8 IS PORT. band, actual value 15c,
I:} South Palafox street, callous and sore Hpots. Allen's Koot-Kase | STEAM MUM.j .
Uacertam cure for hot, Extra 40c. Extra Special at 3 for 25c.
o'clock. sweating aching Special
.
w morning at 10 Br Acanthus, 17 Allan, to Pensacola
feel. j
i CELEBRATING TODAY lion't At accept all druggists substitute.and shoe Trial tor"85c. Lumber Co __.... _.,.. .._.,._ .. ...__ __ _____
any u
and friends of the society package
FREE by mail. Address, Allen 8. tilmsted ;,, Br liatten Hall!, I'lTH, Weppener, to Haars,
attend. LoKuy.N. V.MYERS Uunwody CoIr
u to
I Drumelzier, iSS; Emerson, to W 8

"f!forth this such campaign efforts none for the are I The colored Masonic orders of the THINKS ANY-OLD 1'| bucola KeyerAl'ollUutch Lumber lordrecht.Coi 1S:
/ C1, Proud, to Souther-
i Br Inverness
the Star city and West Florida in general are innis Co
the 'if the people as THING WILL DO THE PEOPLESenate land
I Span Ida.'.( I. Arana, to Gulf Transit Co

1! dly the largest and best'It'd was held just before noon and the Transit Coir I I
Pen
I Middleham Castle IM. Lloyd to
Bill 61. A Bill to be entitled
laundry in the South, and i its : fiAcnlM Lumber (.'0_ If You Buy Them at the Boston Shoe Store, They are Good !
crowd made to
i way Kupfnan'spark "An Act to compel railroad tier Scotla,1'th'. Haner, toUalf Transit Co
find it's worth a lot to be a I br Wililcroft, m, Mackenzie, to W I B::
that where the great annual picnic companies to construct and provide Keyser Co
u cu-tomer of a laundry
is held. suitable stational accommodations for | SHIPS.
,,able of handling your rush or. being Kr Kings County, slit, salter, to order '
and granting any special favors Grand Master J. H. Dickinson, one passengers at the stations on their j I r.r Lizzie Burrell. in distress
Boston Shoe Store
KusUceau, U>>1, Mat sheD, toSS! L ('o
lines of roads. On the of
Head their ad- passage
rt notice. new lof the highest degree Masons in BARKS

cent (in this issue.ittee ; this bill Mr. Myers voted NO. (Senate ': Nor Alexander Lawrence: ', Haaverten,
I Florida, is in the city as a guest of Journal 1893)). 22june2t'' to W 8 Key'erftCo ,

'::1 appointed by the the lodges. He will deliver an !': it Bus Bersigllere Albion AM., lull!Snail, Peeko to 8, to 8 Baars LCo Uun1 ti>-SPECIAL OFFERING FOR THE WEEK-{|! \

J League on For Oter Yrars. 1 Co
>uMue9 I Sixty wodyA
address at 4 o'clock this afternoon at
It Columbinl is, Tarotll. to ora..ri
MRS. WI.NSLOW'S
.nd preservation of the park on things pertaining to the been used for over sixty HOOTHIXO years by SYBUP millionsol bat ..rtsen, to Bears Men's Black Vici Kid Bals., Bull Dog Toe at . .. . .. .. ., ..1.40 .
=, landmarks etc., I mothers for their
.i.! order. with perfect success.children It soothes while the teething child Rus Rhea. Iwti. Nyroos, to order Men's Black Vicl Kid Kils., Plain Globe Toe, at. .. . .. . .. .. .$1.5W/
.f 1'ensdcola would beptriou great softens I I ='or Sunbeam, '*.!!. Andersen to order
tbe gumsallays all paincures wind hCHOONCKS.Am : Men's Satin Calf Bals and Congress Plain Toe and Cap Toe, on the

: ; who can give The parade today was escorted by colic It will and relieve U tbe the best poor remedy little for sufferer Diarrhoea immediately. Cairie A >Norton 4i>7, Eastman! Bargiin counter. .. .. . . . . . . . . . . ... I'M

ition' as to the old baild.HI Wyer's band and was participated in of the world.. Hold Twenty-five by Druggists cents in every a bottle carl I I>i i ihe to lr!J no Georgians A Merrltt,Co(Bcott to order I Ladies'2-strap Sandals, Pat. Tip Turn Sole. .. .... .. .. .. ... ...$1.00j

: ". "lijfct of historic in- I by seven lodges. I sure you" ask tor"Sl Wlnslow's', Hootb- 'I j Ladies' L'-strap Sandals, Plain Toe. ... . .. . .... . . ... .. .. j cLad
communication to ng Syrup, and take no other kind. AND HAILED FOR l"Xl' I
I > by I Ul'.OLKAKEU :1 ie:?' 1-strapSandals. Buckel and Bow- . . . . . .. .Jl.OO
'I; !i- '>ir to the committee. I SACULA.BTEAMSUIPB.
.... I ClTy-r I FINE STATIONERY. : .
::.if: con-it" of E. D. '
,
Beatrice, Br. 1'l.fii:! Kd\\ardi. Penartb Maysllelsinsibore
i.rw: , chreill, Kotter- ,: Ask for a Premium Card.
dam May 1<<
r:d John 15. June=, and it [ Advertising list goes into I C. V. Thompson, No. 11 South Llankftnnor, rr, :: 'Croiton at Rio Ja- -
-
niero --- -
tt' h<-Ip from any one in I Ii! the printer's hands Wednesday Palafox i'treet. has jut opened a i Langbnui. ISr, *lId llnrnick Jung6Portugalele.lr.
i i:>'i7, Jenkins, at Hamburg 'I
: new supply of Linen and Bond May .1.
June 2oth.
Pay I Silo-relate. lr.I.I1. Halls. Ifl sblt'lthJllnl' I
;' The younir f M -<>1- ''I Papers, white, blue and gray, with Twickenham, r.r. std Santos .tune 1. BOSTON SHOE STORE

:ii:.-d states: Army \\'.i* your taxes at once /oltdo j i h II11". :

la-t Thursday'''!I want Envelopes to match, Oxford sizes ;ial"l Kndymmii. Uus. UN;, sld ta..t Londonilarcii 'I
icity not to I'
YOlt7lltme apj j ) Forein Mail Tablets with Envelopes in i N \TII.l'OIWIIIDIII: : :, 1'I'II'd""I'.
:1:1'!: person of Frank .\. I : BVRKSAntonio. lj t
:pear. I II Ii I'm,7.B,.IJ P"lnaJay: 13 I
I i- jn-t Ovarixteen to thatch Ink. Pencils, Rico, It >!.! Table Lay >Hv :y
H... wa enlisted under i i i N. McK. OERTING Penholders Bankbooks Hugo, Nor. wt I. at luble Hay March 7 I Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street
Tiles, etc., i:1, olive Mount, It, slil I.eitb Jan 11 '
-'nation, and will I J JI I Virginia, It.sid Malaga April l'.i I', -
[I :-Mj'Jt: TAX COLLIXTOi: ;. i iI etc., always on hand. ---- ---
'. far Jetrcr-oa 1. mr- I I
v
Phollt! -!:H. TANKS OF FACTS (,l:ANni I I"IOrBiIL

join the Eighth or'! rON'L'KHT AM) D.Xt'ET: )II h --- I I

..iHe: will be placed ., MAGNOLIA IJLl'FF: USUAY: For Chairman Executive Committee. There I* a Dilfprpiiro llpfwepti In* L \ I i

-' >rpl'he[ "Hun-\\ s<-luti'ini i''NIGHT. 'l'ltAlNSA't'4, Si.SOAXD1il :: The frifiulof John B. Jones hereby :1 formntion and !vii.<>InlKe.. )\; ft' ofI
i ,

ui.1IIIf the K TIl'KIMri: i" ('EN1..1'l'I -
I : to army for tin- xi' 11:50.: : ,t.; ," i}'" .._
cratic Kxectitive: Committee, -ub- ui s-t nmls Is not licit lit tiiay l-e \>os- .,. ."-,- -1&T t ,_':::r.:t i
J : .. 'T ia *"ii if I'-iit ) < I'ClI'. 1 -
jt ct to the action of the d<>iii-ciiiiroterofthecountyatlarge soil of an accumulation! (.f facts, but --.b--. ; ': \!.
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a.-. r.o. 'Ik! AiP'I. 4".a...,G.ae.. ; ....... "" "'_"A\"Ah"4 "''''''''''4'.a I.nrn..r.\ .......... July1'I:., u a d a-k f.''at rI 1.lUlU the: the that facts\\\c may w hilt knowlitre he wants tlJ'l1."l.tu K>ok:.'for nil .;-.,: -_>> 'I. J L:\ '." -L.-:--4J..rr-,, I. I, To Greenville :Mont {om-ry and .j :
Hirmii'
T the lieaity support of the r ri' I ham KttutU'iy n.;;: t.t. July 5,
Y,4
i voter .
know unpleasant IIItHhla)1hu; is : lId! :!. leaving I nimi depot at lUl
., .
I For Secretary Executive Committee. ('IIn1ltmi.II) st'ekin; infurmatlon. lOU ', ':/ / I o'clock on special exuur-iou train.
:
A FRESH SHIPMENT OF Mn.w hl'u; about 'H'Urity and l.e asks. 7' I IMuruuig. leave Birmin!!: bani Monday
The friends of Ben D. Been an- ": ,7.
< l'r
\ at 10JOi; and
: .in. Montgomeryat
'I low mile of strt-tt ;
> railway .
many .
4fi _"" _. _T_' .J<._. :,, nouiice hi-; candidacy for .secretaryof nave in rlty?' "What is the ,-<& \ 1 ".1 i p. in. Tb;!>! may probably be the ., !o
the cambia you your
VnuntDpllI'cratic .
t" '
1\[ .; Ian two-day excursion
north.
going
L__ =: -7 Executive Committee subject to the price of ice byre this summer?" "How ,' l.\ \ -
Cotlee and
I ""- ::- -- ./. rtfrehments will be G
.
I action of the democratic voter of many churches are there here?" "How \ served the train ." .
on going and

E .. .SMITHFIELD HAMS. .. I July the whole 1yand; county a-k for at him the the primary Ion!?;;; hit* that building Peen j-tandins/: ,'" I'_''' :' I ..., < \' 1 .. turning. Fare for round trip, re-to I i ,_.,
:
I riipportof etc. allulIll'am. You don't know and Greenville and Montgomery, $26u; "
.
-- --- -- -- the voter. wander why be wants to. You know to Birmingham, $350.: From Can JiJw
- --
i-< '\- For Member Executive Committee.The -- -. > enough where; you for you.can lind out, and that Is For Baking Breada acola.tonment For and further Century information same as Pen-ap't! .

friends of John Touart announce ply to
$ JUST RECEIVED. him as a candidate for member And then there Is that equally disagreeable GAS RANGE is always reliable. ROBT. KI='iu or f fPETERTHOMAS !:l';''

of the County Executive Committee i>tr?,>on who actually seems I "
-
be tank of facts. lie has more information Your oven i is always ready to the tr
I from precinct 12 and a-k for to a I Excursion Managers ,1 L

5 FRESHlFLORIDA SYRUP I him the votes of the democrat of than anything else and delights I i minute, at just the temperature you. _
I
I the precinct at the primary July 15.; in asking you must extraordinary
want, and you can keep it at the : ;
--- -- ------- VIRGINIA COLLEGE
I
: When confess IlIornlt'
For Member Executive Committee. f'JU""T'ns. yon your /;
!'. he will look upon you with right temperature all through the For YOl'NG LADIKS. Ibianoke.. f.
IN GALLON JUGS, 75ts PER GALLON.f I The friends of Frank Reilly announce I
e him as candidate for member ; pity and exclaim, "Whnt, don't you baking. You don't have to worry opens Sept IS. list':, one ot tbe leading I1
--- HcbooU for YOUUK Ladies in the H lUtli
--- know T and then tell when
| of the County Executive Com.I you you I about draughts, damper chimney ; New bu'lding, pianos and Ifquipment. ,
\vi: IIANDLI: I mittee from precinct 13 and ak for don't want to know at all. For example Campus ten acre.. Grand mouotaln scenery -
k him the support of the democratic' I be is much purjirtsed because youi :! your bread is always right. Thereis In alloy or Va. famed for baltb. European -
and Amercao te cheii. Full .
i course.I
M. F. Gonzalez & Co's Corn Meal voters of the precinct at the primary i don't know how long the Amazon riveri nothing like gas for baking. I II I ('on+ervatorv advantages 11\ Art, ulle.od _
13.For Elocution i students from States.
July i Is. He permits 'OIl-nIlY., he Insists I I For cMaloa us address thirty : ,

ixcusivii. that you should ,guess, only that he MAl TJ1-; P. H A UKIH. President,
Member Executive Committee.The I i
friends of James McHuzh announce may the better humiliate you. Ills : Pen acola Gas Co. i iI j Koanoke.

brain is I Incumbtrcd with facts thatIt ,
his candidacy for member of i I.t Everybody has a right to a little
the County Executive Committee is almost uwless. Life Is too short 'No. 3 S. PaUfox St., Pensacola Fla i iI i., piece of this earth. But they must

SOL CAHN & CO. ; from precinct 14 and uk for him the for a man to try to constitute' himselfa I I fight for it. They must watch their i

I support of the democrats of the precinct library of universal knowledge when I ------- --- ., chance to get it, and get it. i

ke at the primary July Ia.For the reservoirs of such knowledge are "I Never Knew Pain Killer to Fail I Thos. C. Watson & Co.

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS, I Member Executive Committee. ready to hand when it is needed.Manchester before, what CaB the matter be? have some particularly fine bargains '.i

Union.During Where is the bottle? There, I i to offer just now, and they invite

f Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. The friend ofV.. B. Wright announce thought! so; it is not Perry Davis' you to come and investigate same. I(
his candidacy for member of Painkiller all but
the summer kidney irregularities at something the You will never regret having done t
the county Executive Committee are often caused; by excessive druggist must have made himself) ;: to. i iI :
Telephone 1 178. > ." Pensacok Fla. = from precinct 15, subject to the action drinking or being overheated I and I did not notice it ; I have used

I of tbe democratic primary July Attend to the kidneys at once by Painkiller for years for diarrhea, 1! will repair watches
your and
15, and ask for him tbe support of using! Fo'ev's Kidney Cure. W. A. j cramps and "tomach aches and it Jewelry in first-class .style. J. i I
S the voters of the precinct D Alemberte,121 :South; Palafox. I I never failed" Stephens.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JUNE 24,1902

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KING AND HIS COURT TO YOUNG WOMEN. traveling Atlanta.!Drummer salesman June Found:23.: -from Dead S. K.in Ril Pettus.Bed.hmoud.a MRS HELENA SLAV


RETURN TO LONDON Va.. was found dead in bed at the Kim II Young Milwaukee Society Woma.n.JEY ,

9 I Letter from Miss Georgie Bryan Secretary !ball! house yesterday morning at 1.'
o'clock. ntus came to Atlanta about
thousand cured .
The .
woman wi.- .
t I Coronation Festivities Begin I, a w'k' ago and after engaging; a roust have mitten erect from female 1 E"
of the Social Economic Woman's [ ] 'A'M' "
I 1 i at the Kimball house became ill ani: tell how Wine of- should do anything 1f-;
w' ,
t ,: In Earnest. sent for a physician. He appeared to bestow the reason to Secur6 t.--.,.
t I Club of Memphis, Tenn. be getting: better and it was though blessing of health on every Nine of Cardui i is th -
41 GREETINGS. woman who takes it, rich cine that appeals!
IUBJECTS SHOUT would soon b,! well.Saturday eveninghe s to real:; ::1'
1 and poor alike. lln. Lie women-wocan
was cheerful and it was not deemed a
i I How beautiful girls develop into listless and Helena Dlan, Ko. 123 Sev hold operations and Jt
many youn worn hopeless
r l' necessary to have a nurse remain in I j I '6
}: Edward Shows No Trace of His Late women simply because sutKeient attention has not been paid to their physical l'nth Street Milwaukee tnhorror-womt>nwh 71
I ttt j Illness-Hundreds: of Royal Personages I development. No woman is exempt from physical weakness and periodic his room. Yesterday morning he did Wij.. h one of the young that Nature i5 the Lest f' "
1j 'I pain, and young girls just budding into womanhood should be carefully not open his! room door and at 10 women whom Wine of Car- siciaa. Wine of Car.
L ;.t Guests cf the King, Now Ar- ', guided physically as well as morally. lock the door was unlocked! with a dui etas rescued from a life Mr.Htz.w Blnls gives women ba..k tL I;
t I i If know of who Ii pass key. He was found dead in his of Butfering. She writes: health by giving Nabs
! riving Daily from the Continent I you any :young lady sick and needs motherly chance to build Ute
;M I advice ask her to write to Mrs. Pinkham at 1.'llIIlIass.ho will bed and tad apparently been dead sev- Wme of Cardul Is certainly 'woro eased tissue. Wine up of Car'uI wasted! and 1-

:,: J l.
t :' f Quet'nIf>u dra arrived in London I.I I.I in the country. Do not hesitate about stating details to rive my UpuicDCC with It. A few relieved of the drams or cf the poise, 11"1 t: a

! \ I from Windsor at 12:. 30 i>. m. today. Hn I I, which one may not like to talk about, and which are essential Suicided Because of Whipping. months ago I caught a overt cold, bayin the system, makes the f'anct __ ,:s

tI 1 majesty appeared to be i in his usual for a full understanding of the case. El Paso. Tex.. June :23.: -Juan Mica lag bun out in indemeat 'cather,wbJch organs strong and healthy arainsettled !;

' \I i a good health. I I bas a full blood coma Pueblo Indian : aU In the Any woman who is silently sI', ,
over mt, particularly
; If.; i With the re-turn of the court to Loa- residing near Las Cruces. N. Mex.ommitted untold pains Lecausa she is t.o, S'
, II/11/t It ll lly abdomen. I was in almost constant pain to undergo a physician'j
ei don from Windsor! today the festivitiesof suiiie because he eIat '
f t. was I consulted a physician ani took his and treatment can find no ,..xmedicine '
t the coronation nay be said to havefoinmenced WhIPP"I! by his mother-in-law. Micala '
I not relief
for a month add without securing when ,\ In, t ,",
and each day until midnight had! a quarrel with his wife and whinpcj any dui ii offered to her. There.
Saturday, when the last K'mf: I relitf. I then decided I would: try your to deter her. She r
d't h< r. Ho was in turn whipped by I licity can taL
I t he royal salute will: be fired by tnefleet his moth'r.i& law. Unable to bear nj: I medicinend it wu a lucky day for rot of Cardui in the privacy of b.'r

at Spithfad. will furnish ItS quota' under the Indignity he secured a six'' when I did so. I noticed a change It1 at'ith a9 lI1.uch assurance of a t ta3 !

il '; oi the attractions which t+utilise to hoot-, and blew out his brains. i few days and tit encouraged to continue though a dozen doctors ree

; r main the week memorable. t This is the first stiuido ever report taking Wine of Cardui, and my patience WineD fanp of tarJui physicians ta thEir da pat r.,: _

i .1 From today the special ambasadorsnvojs "'il among the Acoma I'ueblos an>l th was rewarded,for in two weeks my pains'y not get a t1.00 Lott'' f

'i i, [ and princes invited", to join iii 'i tribesmen attribute it to the fducationby had left mend I felt like a new woman." of CarJui from your tlruggi3t e
: Mit h. -\'itil'a' hr romp the guilts of th I received lira lJa at the government

j t .k no: Throughout the day lIumho .-..- 7 schools. A million sufl' 1''

P ; ,'> ;.sl p:'i.-or.a?;i s have been arruii-: : 'i' WINE of CARD have foate d n, 'f...

: i,M the ,'olltill'lIt. Th'r'I'n' ni<'tat ... \ r Irishmen Pledge Redmond Support. I Wine cf Car..

tlM- lailniadtanons by royal c-a.:: ; \w7 rim'ago, Jun' 23.-Irishmen wr.c |

t i .ag<'" and guards of honor and we-e met: here last night passed resolutions- !'
(
1 1 (.itf-d to the ofliri.il. residences Mjrnt-d I to them. Consequently pleiry
1\\ against the floors and pledging! ; :;)
I <" (- sto was providi'd for ti! t I i port to John IUlmonJ and his associates o--:: :: :-:-:::--:: ::-:-:-::-:-:-= =--=-=----J- =0
f'igbts'
,
: a i : f nt! ; rs fillins the strc-e in the house of commons. It.was .

t I \ hug throng took the OI'IIfltUlII| '. \ l' Ailed to hold the national demnfcrration WILL MOYER

; I of Kn tir.g the kinK and queen o:. of the United Irish Soci..tes

: their entry into the capital and senti I at one of the parks August; l.'th; Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stock

I S::1 state progress;! to Prince liuckiimham and palaAciompanied (' > I "-' '-..--".."'...'."......._............--....' -- ., "1. Ont hundred and forty-eight oreani/i ;, of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No
t by PrinciosCbailis. I --'= '',. \ I tlln.1'1' represented and Coloae') .
, of Denmark, their majesties : .u .i r\ \ \ John F. Finnerty presided, ;
ii.
30 W.
\' Government
St.
1 cached I'udJmgton! at 12:30:: p, rj /. << i03 "I .:_ 'I' Salisbury Block,

j I and jiroceeded in !semi state lan.lau.- ii.ii_.ll._ ;1 ,. .? .U Italt Coffin; Set Afire; Corpse Burned. TIIEPHO\K :$_..

1 Irawn by tour hor=es with iiostilum1i ; ill iilh l k f/ If tt iii Ha futon, Pa.. June 23.: -A careless
J +'rcd i-il t hy out-ri.lt-rs and attended li> l.tI.. ifai.ed candle set fire to the coffin con :
:an f'!". ort of the royal dragoon guars! : ainins the of ICE AND WOOD.
1 i i .'.:' .-."P': body two-year-old Mary
.r:
alone the routes usually followed b> % ihilik at the home of
11/ ;:. the dead (hiJ'! <-
i ;; = : I .
r the iate Qiivfn Vwtorla. The thus ,.. ,'f.II".. J ... / .. parents.Before the flames were extlnguished WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH La BOER TRADE
ou ;hfan's were thickly! lined with pe'> the coffin
+ Te! and the enthusiasm of the BP*>eta, MISS GEOIIOIE! Blll'.1lAa: Vance St. Memphis, Tenn. the body of the child was almost destroyed cremated and 1 THIS SUMMER THAN EVEN 1'I: FC RESEND

tors evidenced their delight: at the 01'1 il "I ran heartily ivcmninpU'l Lydia I'. IMnkhain's Vegetable Only the timely arrival of neighbors
I l IlIr proof of the rec-ovcry of the kin" Coniiouiiil to all yuan.! girls t"r I Li\v used it myselfitli the U ;t of saved the house from being destroyed US YOUR ORDERS NCi/tf.

from ids irient indisNisition.Numerous | n: ults.

ioln-e prcoutions were j '. La>t >iirin? I \vas veer mnrh,1111 down tIll, v.-.vs allrl'' I
taken at the railroad station but thi1 which I dM : awl I \vai must jltMd! gill its n-Milts. The monthly "I used DeWitt's Witch Hazel

public managed to invade the bridj.siTOSsinK l lr ; attars and jtlllii,111'nlllilbin; ti> wmifiie.: iipri.illv di>tres.-ins in! my caevrv halve for piles and found it a certiin Manresa Street, Telephone 14 ?.

the track and the arrival .)( \\ all (uivd 1 by I.} dirt IMiikliain's'. 1 Vegetable ('<>iiii>ouiul, and I l'ure." !sari N. R. Meredith, Willow ------.- -- -- --- ----
the royal tram was giftcd withrhwrx. now ihvi\s keep: it i'M hind to help me over bick days.' Grove, Del. Operations unnecessary ESTABLISHED 1863.

The: kin? lust no time i i.i How Airs. Pinkham Helped Fannie Kumpe. oiu-e piles. Thpy always yield to
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alithtint: ;. and! after chatting with ihc- First Letter. DeWitU Witch Hazel! :Salve Cure*
I ;kln diseases, all kinds! of wound. McKENZIE OERTING
railroad officials entered a carria1, uIK.\u Mn>. PIXKHAM t-I write f +advice in regard to my cIelltru.ltiull :\ e., Accept no counterfeits. HargU' & CO.,

He appeared to be in hi* usual ?ood l ) h.is fxl'll rolllllh twig lit; each nmuth and I have stich Pharmacy. John Sheppard; Siduey o -DBALIK8IS- 0
health lie shnwril few Syilll'toniS OJ pains in my kick and limbs and vumb, and such hot mi>hes that i it [

his ri-rent illIt.! S. st-ems as though I would+ burn up. I haw had doctors treat me but Ship Chandlery and General hardware

+ A Their majpttifs reached Bu('kin g- they have done me no good. (.Can yon help me ?"- Miss FAXXIE KUMI-E: vahu.CASTOR ,

t ham palace shortly before 1 o'clock. 1:1! -!-! Chester St., little 1Okrk: l.S-ei-t. 1U, HItIO.! ) IA OOS AND 60S d. PALAFOX 8IKKKT.

1 Thfy received tI... same hearty wel-{ Second Letter. For Infants and Children. --A.GENOY

( some from the thousands of peoiih : I hart MR;. PIXKHAM is-I feel it is my duty to write and tell you J REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'9
who congregated in the avenues lead-1.t; j of the beiietit have derived from your advice and the use of Lydia. The Kind You Have Always Bought f GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. BUSHEL & SON'S PUMPB.e RONH( CO.'S.

1 ing to the royal residence as greeted t'lukhanl'egetable Conipoiind. The pains in my !back and womb '
them throughout the entire route from h have all left me and my menstrual trouble is corrected. I am very Bears theFoley's /7 // Caun erdiji Pulls fills, Itetictl lastmnaois, harts, iiin, Ikiln

the station. 1, thankful for the grxxl. advice you gave me, and I hall recommend your Cignature of C COMPASSKS. LOGS. ETU

i medicine to all who suffer from female weakness.-Mtss FANNIE C. McKenzie Oerting Colldctinj; A ent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Aaao
JunMI0.: .,.. I KnIfE, 1W2! Chester St., Little Hock, Ark (1VC. l'';, UW.) ciation.

"Thnt pame don't KU down!" angrily :, 0rny >i..teesIdopray you to profit 1)the' \:periencesofthennt e i Honey and Tar

rscliiiniiil 1 the zebra HS the elephacalled j women ; just as surely as they were (cured of troubles just so i (children.safe.sure. No oD/ates. '
for bas money. "V vU Joii't get surely will Lydia. Yiukhant',1'etetable Compound cure every The Star
the ('lIin. acct""Santtuga oman in the land wIll suffers from womb troubles inflammation Marston $ Quina are sole Laundry
of the
; trunk:" shrieked the ex- ovaries, kidney troubles ner\ous excitability: uer\ous prost ,
ration, and all forms of agents for the celebrated
I' h il elephant. "I don't! Il.nv di y "oml1 u'" special ills. I
Odorless Biggest Busiest Best !
eke that
: refrigerators
.. laW\IUI.- have J |K> ite 'HUM' the jiH-key that rude the ostruh 85000 Q O wh ehwglll.tpatdWany p..rlltlI bo<'an find that the above...timohlalleUer absolutely guaranteed
t Is not genuine or vu pUbh>bal before obtainini the writers special per. or
won on a fowl"TVbcreupou mwon.( .
Lydia t: Pinkham Medicine Co. Lynn HMS.Safe. refunded.There's .
f-umethins happened.flaltlulure money ; \: All Evening Call on
Nrtes. lots of money to be made

-.-._ | in real estate-lots of it. A real estate %
'IF t Your Swell
; FrientN
!
YOU ARE sign i? a finer f :
usually
Cures Cancer. Blood Potion Eating :\0. said Mrs. Si-iffina! loftily, "th -board to )
Sores Ulcers. Costs Nothing to Try. '1 servant girl qufstion has 110 terrors fatwe. '; wealth. Thos. C. Watson & ; If.l .''' you wi I find will be warmly
{ ." i i LOOKING FOR BARGAINS Co., the leading Real Estate firm ; I '
Blood and 'i I II
\poison deadly cancer have some offers which it would f ( : caved if you are well and neat
are the worst and mo-.t I With au interrogative elevation of be worth while ,
to >
df-ep-eated i -- your con ider. Go fi7'.M
I o'-:" dressed and
our .-vd,rows; we asked: for further in- and them ; I your linen is irreproai '
see and .
blood dN to-day don't wait '" '
aes on earth yet the <::y. 1: ",ill ) "
ea"itt to cure when IJotanic Hlood : furnutlon. :Mrs. iiiflins 1'1'01',0,1.,1: j i For the next ten days I will gel till to-morrow. able..A woman of refiners

H.ilni is lI-hl. If you have bloo i j'\ w "I orh.-Pittsburg do all)) my own Chrunidt'Cwkinc-Telegruph.and Louse1,1 i you any article now in stock: at a ( 'Jtl' 'V NO'JICE"" i;<|'liiS'W.i l !I always gauges a mane well bred ,

I I discount of ', I ;. stincts by the condition of his !liu-
poison, produciti;; ulcers bone p.iia-, -- 2 per cent from the renlar g'w 1 1
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1 pimples mucuom pitches, falling Wlilrh Ii rirtinnr I||: price. Think of it-you will NKITIIKK nor con the iltnt'ts captain of, own1ers the' '/i0ll it.\ '':. and he goes into her presence .

hair, itching "kin. -crofuN. old rheumatism Mab' 'l-In till fashioned novels the { ave >ion a diamond ring or pin, responsible British s s Wllderoft for debts will con be> : .1r l,7_' 1\{ \' mored with beauty when his sh

or oileiijive form of cat urh, hero and heroine married la the last where at regular price it would cost tracted by the crew of said vessel. I .- ,I i I collars and cuffs have been done

scans and tale;;, deadly cancer, eat- !' cluster and lived h.ii'iuly;: tier after ,|: $IOO. see ; you pave 2*> cents on W. 1:1. Keyeri o? MACKEN Caotnin.IE, : ..-. ; ;; -_,....... at the Star Laundry.

icg..bleeding, festering sote'. swelliug :' ward. I II j i every dollar's worth you buy. Now Consignee. :!JJna '
+ *. lumps. | larl -They write more naturally'j is the N EITHEItthecaptatn.own '
pl'r..itent wart or sore i I time to buy your diamonds ALL
take liotanic Hlood( Balm !lB. H. B.)) | nowadays. The !hero: and I1t'roi1emill"- :, watch or any other article in stock or isb nor bkt consignees forma of will the be lar.- WORK c. o. D. Gads calM for acct Mmnl Free,
It will cure even the worst rt..e after .: ry in the brat chapter and U'-e uuhap for debt responsible
everything ele fails. 15. II. 15. drains I jiily afteruard.-Town Topics. i iI very cheap. Call and exarninfroods. ed by the crew of said! vessel.T. contract* TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.

/j the poison out of the system, aud the 'I Remember, this otter is for To order. C. ALKERTsEV,

blood then every core heaL, makingthe I only ten days. No trouble to show,5oods. Captain.3 jlt> WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
Read It in His
blood pure and rich, and buildup I Newspaper. ,i J. I. ,
STEPHENS --
inii the broken-down body. Ho- George Schaub a well known Ger i'I All creditors legatees --- -- .
J tanic Blood Balm t B. H. B. thor- 112 South Palafox streetFoley's all distributees and Medical
) man citizen of New Lebanon. Ohio. i persons having claims! or demands Society, Attention.
I
rt onchly tested for ;IW 't>:Hi. Druz ; against the estateof Fred liauer. deceased'
i
) There
store, $1 per large ".)ttle. Trialtreatment is a constant reader of the I>jt<,,'< : Honey and Tar are required within to present them to the undersigned KIDNEY DISEASES will be a regular meeting >f

free by writing Blood l! VolkuzeHaiKj. know* that this 'j cures colds, prevents two years.MAX the Penaacola Medical (Society av

Raim Co., Atlanta, Oil, Describe .'t'n'or.'''. .aim......"> .'"... au nA,,,'"p,..,>." UU'.r"I_ .Uit.. _: pneumort la .tJI101l.- .-'.''-'.'. .U"U"'H'.. L.,;_BEAK."'u.awc..._ '[I, the Board of Health office at &
o'clock
trouble and free medical advice ': beat in its column3: and when he saw art tta molt UuJ! of a1 db Visiting p.m.physicians Tuesday June 21-
.
given until cured. B II. B. does not ; are cordially
> Chamberlain Pain Balm advertised LAW (Invited to attend.
contain mineral poisons or mercury I DEPARTMENTOF '&:el.FOLEY".
tag so many advertised remedies), therein for lame back he did not I DR. E. F. BRUCE.
\ but ii is composed of Pure Botanic In. hesitate in buying a bottle of it fur II KiOREY CUBE President
t to gredients. Over 3lXW tetiiinotiiilf of his wife, who for eight weeks had I 9 rll I DR. W. C. DEWBERY,

i cures by taking Botanic Blood Balm suffered with the most terrible pains: John B.Universityo i lumtiHor .,..dj n25ttf Secretary.
I ( B. B. B.i in her back and could get no relief.
---- He Marston $ Quina
says: 'After using the Pain carry
ll".iatr In. Balm for a few days my wife said tome I JOHN F. I | manly refunded. ConUfniremtdiM the largest line
TOIIBE3. Ph. I). of matting,
CuMonvTon never charged tile as 'I feel as though born anew: I I President.! : FAIIIUH. LL. R., lean I ncogoiud by>> tml- I
much n* that for a bottle vt l ixTfiuiuryLffol'P. and before using the entire contentsof Pall Term CommenceWetlmvlay, October rugs, window shades, etc..
the bottle the unbearable pain TWO YP\R 1 11)02. |Dint phyiidtns u the best foi in the city. We
COURSE-The Law lay our
i rujrl--t-No.. They have raised the 1|1 had entirely vanished and she could I t"'O-\'t'Rr. cource.lead.ngto the degree DE'partment of LL. 8. John C. Stetson University !tires J Kidney and BUddtf troublu.! I
again take her DEUREE AIMIT$'' TO THE matting free.ADMINISTRATOR'S.
household H..R-Th8
print's on us, and we have to mark up duties. I diploma tile Law Department .
8Ll'1-on of John .
A He is thankful and University admIt to the Bar. B.ALBERT PaJCI .. W .,...
very hopes that I FURTHER
tlii-in to curreslwrud.CustomerIlunggh FORMATlOX-l'orthe
up Law
,,111 suffering likewise will hear of slr:1lnforDlation: rl'gardI01.Law Department Announcement of 1\11'2-3,and all other de. W. A. D'ALEMBEPTE.I.W.HARPER. NOTICE.
The I""t' trust j jns i her wonderful recovery. This valui J. FAKRAH address! Estate of 1.. M. Kimberly,deceased.
Dean of Law
II ,had us by the throat. and uow tba i{ able liniment is for sale by all drugi Department, Notice Is hereby given that on the ..'
jxrfuiiH'ry trust has got us by th I i ;iata aud medicine dealers. De Land, Fla. day of July, A. I). lo, u, I will apply to
Tribune. aIs Honorable Probate Judge of Escam *
ci-se-Chicago j jNo county Florida
oa discharge from t. -
: If you want a nice present to give Tulane IUD J administration of aid estate.

( i pood health unless the kidneys : to a friendgo and look through the University of Louisiana. Ja27oam4m WILLIAM Administrator FISHER
I elegant line of suitable articles
t are sound. Foley's Kidney Cure at Now .JL .j
J. I. tepbens, you surely can find' Or1.OftUIiI.
makes the kidneys riht. W. A.
U 1 8. Palafox. : something to please you. If vou LODGE-
Aleluberte,121 : j DIRECTORY
{ want anything In the Diamond line
Seasonable-- -household- ]i! be sure to see him before you buy. EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LL.D, President. Qysl -


end kitchen utensils at the Thos. C. Watson & Co., ..nn full Mt'parate' I Deparments.B. Ntxeen EnglDeerlng HlllldlDItI. EUt'n, Law,h'e}lediClne.Llbrarll'!'lIarmacr.. Art. .KENTUCKY KNIGHTS-OF PYTHIAS.

the leading Real Estate Agents, take and Workihopa. piendd Department for Women In the Newcomb! Laboratories WHISKEY PennacoU
\ College Lodge No. S, K. of r,
Ii f 'illis Hardware CO.'s.OABTOE'XA. Tulane
,
makes
all the worry off the shoulders of the in the! leader In all vocations. Its facilities for Instruction are
8oUHtl1- EI 'K118' instructors and l:!!a unsurpassed meets every Monday tvea
I owners of students lat session. I 1
property the Many
i In 0I
manage theacademlcdepartment open to scholarships fag at 9 '( Hall,
: ... Louisiana :A at Castle
renting of their houses 1175; for session boys. Expenses of scholarship T student .
I and the collection hoard and lodging in dorumorles m in the Bionnt Watson
I ltie f nd You Nave deals 3ori4 acai1emlc students low rates OnoortfinitiM alTorded 0.-.
E..1Io> :, of their rents as coascien- for Sail-hrip. In the Academic Colleges, no boy, If NP", Building third floor.
for collelZe work will be turned away from properly prepared I Visiting brethren eord! H,
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tionsly as they would themselves. IlIaJll1ty to pay tultton Next .
I I It IglnsOcoberla I [. Send for Catalogue. session be- welcomed.
ef Gt I j t Their charges are very reasonable. I I M. IMPSILL,
i i Address, R. K. BRUFF Secretary I II SoU Jy-DamlieissEr-. Bros.- H. H088LIB K.K.48.'l""L. C.O.






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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY. JUNE 24 1302. I ,;'



STEAMSHIPS Will Start American Colony. I papers; and the chairman of the committee

---- -..;:,c.- --- .e Winnipeg, Man.. June 23.-A party ,I will give a receipt for each

s>,- of wealthy Americans will be. the I One Person notice of candidacy received, and if
:
TRIP guests! of the ': after the 24th day of June any person
OCEAN corporation at Winnipeg
;
LAS Tells AnotherABOUT claims that his name has been left
on coronation day, and after participa*. off of the list of candidates published i
I
( IotV YORK, BOSTON ing In public functions here In celebration I his claim will be rejected unless he .1aqiIA11

l AND! ALL of the event will go several :,, KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE. I holds a receipt for same iron the I ; ;HUh

EASTERN RESORTS hundred miles Into the interior of the :; chairman.If I

l I country with Prince Albert province as !T..,', Why Itt Bale li Incrtttlac .* Rip a larger number of candidates ,

Y their objective point. It is said that Mly-So there must be SmilhU shall be announced than were contemplated -' I
'Theu: aan
their purpose is to purchase a large I !. Merit After All. when the above assessment was

STEAMSHIP COMPANY tract of land in the province and to'' made the committee can, if they see for Infants and Children.

4 OCf-AN: : -SniiiiOKSikXKE colonize it with American settlers. I( Fair minded people always admit it fit to do so, cut down the said assess
!>
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\ K\ .
j of Ocean Breeze .. when they find an article of merit. If ment. The voters of the entire coun- Tb.e Kind You have Always Bought has borne the signature :

JO hours Sailings each Week ; Child Killed by Rooster. It has done them good they want it to ty will vote on the above-named coun- of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his

help others, too. Thousands bear officers, including the chairman and personal !supervision for over 30 years. Allow no ono

3 from Savannah.Ca. Hopkinsville. Ky., June 21.-A little witness to the wonderful curative secretary of the executive committee, to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
daughter of William Blankenship, a'' qualities Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It except the justice of the peace and

'I. q.t-I. "(.Of.rn.thin..or l''Ular.\" ,"':Ulm""I.Hot mci'inI ., her- !\f! farmer of this county is dying as the is the only preparation which positively constables, and the candidates for a '.In..t-a.-goocl' are but Experiments, and endanger the
ile Inca>'tn''\.* in iMmt.pi* i strtC f result of an and completely digests health of Children-Experience against Experiment.
't .mm a!l ,.soiiilwru |'OII:|. 'J a attach by a rooster. Tha any county office who shall receive a majority t
.y if, 1< xsvaimali anil la li.....or J child was playing in the yard when the : good food you may eat. No one disputes of all the votes cast for that '
} >rI 'or\ rooster attacked it. The fowl sturk the fact that some other digest- j office shall be declared the nominee t I The Kind You Have'Always Bought

? p..rsr.vaYo.e. AaviHTisma fJ I ants partially accomplish this result. of the democratic for that office.
.. .. his into the j party I
chlltl.sI
.TH [ e. APPLY To Itt spurs top of the
T talUltlM Irl.. P........la. Fla. f Pepsin! for instance, is found in the In the event a candidate does not 1 Bears the Signature of
l. r.B_t }!.. head. The physician who was summoned healthy stomach. When J is
T-I. v I t lacking
)1.' ..._..1 ....t,b.L\I\...'" J the brain ceive a majority of the votes cast, re'l
says is penetrate the patient takes pepsin and It helps other primary election will be held

rl7f'.i ;t and that the recovery of the child Itf him. But pepsin digests only album- the 12th day of August, 1902, to

impossible. inous foods, like meat and eggs. Maybe between the two candidates receiving I
SCHEOULl"Foil
.;; Ut.\L HIENC11 there's plenty of and lack '
{ pepsin a the highest vote in the July primary.
of the other ,
digestants. Then
it
of the Rathbone Reaches The voters of the county at large
13 the schedule New York.
>wing t tNew does no !pood. That the trouble with
g\"* -ntnent steamer General French York June 23.-The Ward line) the other preparations. They don'tcontain 1 shall vote of the for executive the chairman committee and secretary and- In Use For Over 30 Years. 17Mr 4
NEWS prints for thee ,
'III' TUE Niagara! bringing Estes 0. Rathbone. all the dj e'tants. Kodol .
"fit the merchants who ship the voters of each precinct shall vote crr.ua COM.4MV Vr ..u.... aSCTY NTW 0" CVY
of the convicted director Dyspepsia Cure contains them all. It
;; general of postsof ., T
the various for a member of the executive committee _
Moods to army digests good food want. You --
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Cuba, who wa pardoned from a tenyears' any you from his precinct and the candidate -- -
don't have to diet. The feeling of
i5I9a'; Pi-nsacoln .. .... -. I'M a. m. sentence by a general act of fulness aftpr eating is immediately for the executive committee re-" I REMOVAL NOTICE.

Kurrancus. ..... ... ....... ..... 7:91: 1 a. m amnesty by the Cuban congress, liberating relieved by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure."I I jceiving the highest vote cast shall bea 10,600 fr*.
.. 11:1"1( la. m. member of the executive committee' I -
retells all
American Awarded at Part
.. sISa.in. prisoners, has arrived axed Kodol DYIPf'pla Cure fordyspepsiaand .
Ii' i tvn-acola: rrnncfH .. ........ -_.IU:15a.in. here from Havana. It cave me relief" at ODCP. I can until his successor shall be chosen in | Dr. G. H. Tuttle,
i iii>rranc i II:IU a. m. and then highly recommend. It. E. \ViHIamson., the year 1904. i
Cfrrojjordo, N C.
a, A trip to Fort McKee and then re- Brooklyn Has $150,000 Fire "I had dyspopsla: In its worst form and felt I' Qualifications of Voters. Dr. J. G. Heard,
rurranefts.
1:15; m. miserable most of the time until I used KodolDyspepsia QUINA1AROCHEWINE
p.
-. 'arrancaa'ken: .. .. ... ..1'Sp.m.! New York. June 23.-A four-story .T Cure, whii-ti has completely cured i Those. and only those persons shall
..... m Mrs. W. W. Saylor, Milliard. Pa. I DENTISTS.
.
building
'a:ola 4uip. ni.Kins In Brooklyn occupied by the Ibe permitted to become candidates be
..... ::.:t5 p. ni.Hiirrancfts .
5SO p. m, and niakteKee American Tartar Company was burned! Kodol Dyspepsia Cure fore or to vote at or participate KoiiniH 7 and i), Ma
\I and return. to th.Crountl today. The. loss on the Cures all Stomach Troubles. in the management; of this primaryelection CORDIAL I brunches of surgical. (l1It'ral"1and
W due-days and Saturday!*' thew who democratic electors | HiihcM recommendations Poorness
white for of ,
building and contents was 150,000. Prepared only by E.0.DEW r& Co.. Chicago are cure 1'banlt'aIIJl'nIlKlry performed with technical -
"( leave "Barrancas via Pick- The: $1. bottle contains S4 times the 50c. size. duly registered for the election i ol blood Stomach troubles and General De- tkill.Sppolftl .

'11'11>; tools at 6:30 j : p. m. in the year 1900, and on the 12,13::! and j II bili'jr the nerits Increases! and tuilds the appetite up the entire strengthens s>stem. attention given to Children'

neutral French is for army WAS WASTING AWAY. DeWITT'S Wlleh hazel SALVEA 14th days of June 1902: who declare ] 33 rnp I'rouol 1'.1 It,Ilid and Work.Porcelain Killings, Crownend

only and any out-hter must their adherence to the principles and PARIS Bridge

: a-s from the quartermasteri The following letter from Robert certain cure for piles and skin diseases. !organization of the democratic party, I'I K. rounrra A fa. L'eetMetenaLCempetentquI: : mint. i

i "- : o i her. R. Watts of Silem Mo., H instructive national, state and county, who if .%$CId.,1'. I I Trlf 1lImll"u.: fiK.Wltm .

: "I have been troubled with l'ar.ci-5 Pharmacy,John Hheppard thf'r"oted at the regular election I
S. l ,lIH.. held! next preceding such: primary
STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE kidney disease for the lat five
election! ) then voted the demo-
years. I lost flesh and never felt !cratic ticket, national state and I

I: .'n rensaoola ami Milton-Hoat well and doctored with leading physicians i county, who are by the laws HOP & ij

..urn, Daily F.vfopt Sunday. and tried all remedies suggested THE PRIMARY 'of' the state lawful electors of

TAMPA. without relief Finally 1 i i the election district in \\hicli they These! '! tiny Capsules lrCSUl.rriori ,

CITY OF tried Foley's Kidney Cure and le? { offer to vote, who have paid their poll to Balsam of Copaiba, '
than two bottles completely curedme I taxes legally due not less than ten C -Inif:ortT and Di-alfrs In-
am I.v I'enaaeoia.I 'lu pm I :beta and Injections. P)1G+ 1
a. in. taut Ar Milton ,.:"11 pmfa and I am now sound and well.: ELECTION CALLA : days before such primary election is Teycnretn48hoursthe

:' i ttoundtrip.tl:tI). ] W. _-\. U'\lembene, 121 8. Palafox held, and who shall, when challenged same Jtse&ces ..ntb"ltoy InI'lII10. -, Chinese and Japanese

by any elector, pledge in writing, upon
tin 0 ar "I OKIJGCISn Fancy Goods
oath, before an inspector, his honor to a Y ,

I NNOUNCE primary election of the democratic abide by and support the result of such FINE CHINA TEAS
POlITICAL rENTS. ,
I ; party will be held in Escambia county primary, and vote for the nominees
31 South Patafox St.
Florida, on the 13th; day of July, A. D therefor. j

-- --- -- 1902::!, for the purpose of nominating The inspectors- to conduct this election Every Woman Laundry Office. Pensacola Fla.
candidates for the following offices: will be selected the committee
by ,
I 1.lnt "'lt.lln<1,1.u,11110"abuut ----- ---
For State Senator. from district four. E*cambia county,
One United States Senator. be held at the tLe wonderful NOT1CK.
: at a meeting to I 1
...1of Hon. \V. A. Blount subject to the will of the democraticvoters ( ;e +I M"RUthirling Spra
!! T. R. at
office of Judge McCullagh,
3rd
him candidate in the coming primaries. Helloes One Representative in Congress, ibenewlaatnalnrlae. bU- I have been authorized to take
once a- a District. I| 7:30 p. m.. June 24, 1902. This com- t Q tluaarid Aufttun.st Iseat.'daf. for Wm
.. this for the reason that he subscriptions Jennings
the riec'i )
'. from this, .
tt mlttee will meet at Judge -
; .,. '! District, and respect-:; wants the office and thinks; he can I One Justice of the Supreme Court. I ll UruMB....||1 Bryan's paper, "The Commoner
111.d of all Demo- be of benefit to the bet interests of One Secretary of State. 1 office at 8 o'clock, Saturday LIvaNnrtdkrk. rr The price i is $1.00 per year in advance -
-) pport;
a"- o. .' the whole county. If his friend One Comptroller. night, July 19, 1902 for the purpose ofcanvassing )f b**Cannot aupiilT lee Those desiring the papercan
the coming primary.For
for [u. M\ll H: .
anil the people interested agree with' Two Railroad Commissioners. I the"ote and announcingthe II ollirrtmtwudatnmpfMllIalralel aewpl nu \ have it sent to them by sending

Representative. him, he will appreciate their sup One State Senator 2nd District. result of said election, and the inspectors I 'ulll"rtlo'ul.In,,MaM.h", Ind'airernune iiiven 1" $1.0Oto the undersigned

I'i I.i friend- Scott M. Loftin take port. Two Members of the House of Rep will have then and there the'nJU&bl"191a'Jitl. niHIKI.- ..,jj. H. :\1, ROCHE
resentatives.One returns of said election; if they have I Care Daily News.
tiiui- ul announcing him as a I Room 8c Times Bldg., New.\ ork.;
U.ue: fur U-pre-enUtive in the For County Commissioner. Tax Assessor. not been already forwarded to the I I

from cambia One Tax Collector. chairman of this committee.C. -
-Uture county 1
hereby announce myelf as
a I
.hey desire the support of all candidate for re-election a* county One County Treasurer. B. p.mmlI.L.D.X THE GARDEN SECTION
in the coining primary.For Fi\e County Commissioners. Mt'RPHY Chairman.
crats ; commissioner from district 2 of Ks-
I cambia county, ;subject to the actionof Three Members of the County.Board Secretary. I
Representative. o- OI'-o
the democratic primaries July 15, of Public Instruction. .
C. I II'
friend of Henry Clopton
: candidate for !J j I and ask the support; of the voters One Justice of the Peace for District : o""da1 a..1JSAt .
him as; a Pensacola
mice Florida
iu the Legislature JOHN 0. WEI.-=U. .i No. One. ,.
ntative
One Constable for Districts Nos. 1, '
and request j f Ma' ---
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ipportof cambia all county democrat in the For County Commiss oner. 3.4. 3, C. I', ': .rl""l1.,, .... i Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
One Chairman of Executive
the "
County -!!, 1,1r.
democratic primary. The friends of J. W. Brewton of I
Committee.One t\lIt"\ "' e U' ,
I
district Xo.
announce him a'1
>>
For Representative. I candidate for re-election from ;said Secretary of the County Executive I .t VfAL h. Ii Beautiful Lots for Sale.

mends of Chas. )1. Coston an- district, subject to the action of the Committee. I i
candidate: for rep- One member of the county executive I II Ii '
!nm au primaries: July 15. 40x137
rive iu the legislature I from Committee in and for Precincts Nos II % feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord-

iui: cou II\\.\ and they a-k the For County Commissioner. one to twenty, illcll1 i\'e. I I I ing to location and surroundings. '

'If all democrats in the com- The :State Executive Committee lias .
'i try I, I hereby announce myself n* a prescribed! the rules and regulationsof Good --
cJltdidate' commiV.-ioiier \\Exceptionally Neighborhood View
county the primary for state officers in Beautiful ,
For Railroad Commissioner. i from di-trict 4, subject to the actionof cluding the State Senator and mem High, Dry Fertile Lands.

.'!,Iguh! hilly the rights of the the voters at the ensuing demo bers of the House of Representatives, I
.mi producers to more cou.u cratic primary July 15.
and the County Executive Committeeat
the hand* Ilf the Flor- D, W. C. \'AltBltotCHr. a meeting held in the office of The grandest opportunity for investment ever

i ..i I Cumuli=lion" I solicit;: offered in Pensacola.
County Judge McCullagh on the 2Cth
." ..i all Democrats who For County Commissioner.The .
v' declaration of priu- day of :May 1902: ; provided rules and i i
friend* of J. 15. Hubert; announce regulations as follows, in accordance Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
in my platform. him as a candidate for reel with the platform and regulations of I'I HutchcrViII I hip out the bone?
: ; I' 'Ill ent to anyone c.ion commissioner I f'1101'1'I'ro. I'll; hare to
IJcach as county i the State Executive Cummittee for the nothing
'It. : u. \Vet Palm from District 1, subject to the action home if du.NewTurL Jour AaV.O1UbbSCorner
KUUK. { nomination of candidates for Tax Assessor I carry you
K. Hl'DSOX t
of the democratic primaries July Tax Collector, County Treasurer -I nal.
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For County reasurer. 15. They believe that the material County Commissioners, School i WARNING.

...1,1 Frank. E. Urawtier interests of the couutdemand his | Hoard!, and Members of the Executive I Garden and Alcaniz Streets.

< u"tine, him as a c tudh1ateI re-election they ask; the support Committee: I. If you have kidney or bladder

I Treasurer of cauibiu of every democrat iu curing it. The names of the candidates for trouble and do not use Foley's Kidney !
-- will have only K.C. BKENT. WM, H KNOWLKH, W K. HYKB. JR., J. H, KEK8E.
of the i Cure, you yourself
-n1' -t-t to the action' j these different county offices and members -|
It ;piiumie* July 15, and For County Commissioner. of the Executive Comtuitttee must to blame: for result, as it positively President Vice-President. C. bh'r. Asi't Caahler

ai -upportof. the voter I announce myself a candidate for be printed upon the official ballot to bE cures all form of kidney and

election as county commissioner, for 1 used in said primary election July 15 bladder dieaeV.. A, D'Aleir-

For County Treasurer. district Xo. I, at primary,)' to be held 1902 and no blank lines will be left '. berte, 121 S. Pahfox.Foiey's First National BankOF

'mice li1\elft candidate for July 15th; and Il-k for the support of on said ballots, and no voter will be -

iMoti for the po-ition of all democrats., allowed to vote for or write the name : Kidney Cure

'! . any on j nukes kidneys and bladder right.
demo- ---
the -
of -
-I t to the action
unless jhe name of the candidate be PENSACOLA. TLA.
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I
For County Commissioner.The .
: rtrv.:

J. W. KUATEK. friends of 11'. A. rhelbhere: printed Each on person said ballot.desiring to have his !, Pocket cutlery and scis- : : : ",

For Tax Assessor. election by announce his canlidacyforre-commissioner, name printed on the primary election sors from the finest to the WM. H. KNOWLE8 W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT N. K. HYER JIv
as county 1 ballot as a candidate for the above.county
at the 'Willis
>announce' umy-elf as a from district Xo. 3 of cambia offices and executive committee cheapest, D. G. BRENT,

for rf-electioti as Tax As- county, subject to tli" action of the shall file with the chairman of thisounty Hardware Co.


'.V,K-cambia-is I l.'l. 1.1 W.the W.county democratic RICHARIIS subject pri- ask democratic democrats.hot for him. primarie-the tWill (y July-ni'|I portof 15, and all ':. (day of the June executive noon, A.hour:D.committee 19u2 12 ::!m., his, on on notice the or 24th before ofcandidacy BuffaloBaking < -t I Ii r n!daid mnti tZ AaA 1 BOU A t ad S I .


-- _- t'UIIII'IIIIII'h.'t'r.: and application in writingto I II
For Tax Collector.by have his name so printed upon a I i t
draw Bills of
tr\Ve our own Exchange on Great
Britain
n-ideratioti I Ireland
announce myself a* a After due c appealto blank to be furnished by said chairman ;
ite'for re-election as Tax Col- my in .n\ iiienJtiul the democratic accompanied with a sum ofmoney Powder I Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, pain Belgium, Russia, Norway H

Escambia county, subject voter* a* a candidate for the assessed by the committee as Sweden, Denmark and other European countries.
otli '.. lit commi -loner from II
comity -
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democratic follows
i.m of the pri- :
...': I 15.; ilimct four of E-call1bla county. Each Candidate for Tax Collec- erVelsels Disbursed upon the Mos Favorable Terms, and thali

.\. H. IVAI.FMHKKTK. fl". -*. remember me at the primary tor . . . . . .$100.00 I. Obligations Taken Payable at Port of ne8tiration Ten or Fifteen nVr.7 ,
__ I i elect at of the democratic party Each Candidate for Tax Asses. after Vessel Arrives! there.

For Tax Collector. I II. I Jill 15; 11t! .!. D. M. )1elRlT, sor . . . . . 73.00:: I i
I i.'iid of HruryBellinger auim Olive, Fla. VSafety Deposit Boxes for Rent In Connection
for
Each Candidate County

as a candidate for Tax I i __ Treasurer . . . . 75.00 t i iI I with which we hare K Prlva vartment for the Use
: of Kcauibid county, rule For County C..nunlaiuner. ,
of Rent
Each Candidate for County com Art. .
democratic primary to b> I Pi, fii..iut* of It. Hath well of missioner . . . 10.00 e (
1.IIU'!, and request the
hull! announce him for School :
*. I Spring hereby Ea h Candidate I 1.1 1
'>f all Democrat Commitstuntr' Doard . . . . . 10-00
*or Member school Board. Each Candidate Justice of Peace 5.UO WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! '

iriid-of \\'. M. Asertouhereutue bia county ,ul'j-ct to the action! of Each Candidate for Constable. 5.00 I :.4(

his candidacy for the the democratic primaries July 15 Candidate for members of the Executive I I Ii s.' "Wf.t toAiy fnr our, haMmr .- !>

ion' a* a member: of thei and ask for him the support of thtvotf'fiS. Committee are not required to I c: anal" Me ILjftralnl wblll hrmntili aialut.\itf-" nom READ THE tr patrr LETTERS,i and
No. :8 i i I II puw" we irvex M* I f l !
i) aril from district pay any assessment. I oaro"W.. "".1', 't rf that JOB
'" the democratic primaryVfmber As soon after June 24 as possible a ; lour u....Urf a b 'S' N.'I' a., ,f*.re V tt Jl.e t Lua.e.-
.. For Executive Committeeman.I Guaranteed Absolutely Pure. i i I I r ) I I orff if 1'trfi. t1-! r
I.th (H"I:. list of all candidates for abon'.namedpoitions o + Choaeof I'5'.. "r I""M
hereby announce myself as a will be printed in the news I W.1f4preoI urnsmth.mr.eL l.au '.. kraeelMa
/ : I i4a.aaare,44paiware Et ItratnVC Lake 1
Instruction. Yea I'ana
Board Public candidate for member of the County II 1'1".a" : lend of Hou. Kiijali: Ward Executive Corrmmee from Precinct I I a p ltK>".'.-.. wb'.a'itl'lrfr: '.j,in.IMOf.... S<.>p
we n.Te a Hluitrr l-n.< aI"J
I' l1'- uame: a* a candidate Thirteen and solicit the support: of H\iy Years (>f Popularity The Houewive who have given v! lit" r_r/ '.'.f'| oritl at 1
r- St tr.r.'lfn' -u"I 'fiiMli. ...1..'.
.' ct'on as member of the i Democratic voters at th coming RSIITfIL."T, "
,
is the record of Painkiller ( Perry Buffalo a fair trial continue to u*e it, I I am Trrrmncli p'nw4 Whnta I n".t weaere. : he. I -I-TI.
< was .
> Public Instruction from primary. JAMES L. :-WEE"Y. .. |l IJt K'HIIII < tu. +. Mil"" i iaJ.: ..
No 3 of Ecambia c.)unty, ---- -- - DJVi '), but the shop are full of Im- i, for it makes; delicious hot biscuit, I wmgiepanet.uuraerw MIM V'I.C Bt
the action of the dtuionnaries For Executive Committeeman.The itation made to ell upon the great roll, griddle cake* and muffin NaffAsVCla.,et Mn.'.ylltWnotent>.I .(f.-,,,,ii.w. t
foo.mttnve4to; -lags )/1"oT r..oe.i f.'reiweai.waTer l
"
> vII It
July 15.: friend* of Tho*. W. Kent announce reputation of the genuine ; he caution : 'I It mike wholesome food for inch wet ,rleaw4 if: < -wdh a.rehtfore.wi their bmp W.teoda: .....uln.r"r..re r"A-en 5 on.allow W>trnrfy..a.iu 70.t n dav.'nn,,..,.._.-yr"nwl-. :r.d." i ", 1rj I J }

him as a candidate: for mem *. therefore, when you a*k for a there adulterants in it. aanduhn.rs. 1 am more than p1n-t w,,h the to dr.iTer t'* I'"''' ,md nillrrl \' For County Commissioner. her of the Democratic Executive are no i to )I... A('"- lne ui\os.- uwo 1 lfor paJ1Di QI!. l>.." dt .,. 1 ,
that get the
bottle to see genuine.
.-rank John*ou hereby an- I Committee from precinct J.I. subjectto An unfailing you remedy for OSCAR E, MAURA SAlVONA SOAP CO.. Cor. 12th S Pine Sts.r ST. LOUIS, MO. 'if
candidate and a-k
of
uiii?elf a* u foru the actiou the primary
as county commissioner:; ; [l f jr him the support of the voter*. cough, cold*, bronchiti". 1 Telephone 4..: Na'.es Agent I




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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY, JUNE 24. 1902

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"""""' FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLYANOTHER -----J;;
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e ;J 1 I JAMES E. BROOME !:i 1 Crockery SaleAT (It( )I -





1 i NOT A CANDIDATE ((i ,).tNNNI., ..+..........+...+.....+...HO

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f I ij) DECIDES:NOT TOiRUH FOR SECRETARY OF STATE ,< THE BIG STORB !. ': ,I SHIPflENT

{ .I (((lr, 1 I .1.1.1.1.NNNI.1........HN/1r N1f.1,1


''fi J' Requests Chairman Williams of the State Democratic $10.00 Toilet Sets at $7 00 \. .1!I, -orEDWIN -

: \ '
;!I l1 Committee to Leave His Name Off, : : $ 9.00 Toilet Sets, szd, at $6.50 i

ii the Ballot---This Leaves Clear Field For ,. $ 8.50 Toilet Sets, srs, at $6.00 \ CLAPP


i Ii lfl I Clay Crawford. : Water Sets, 3 pieces, tin, at. $100 n I,I .

: $10.00 Dinner Sets at $8.00 ? .OXFORDS FOR MEN.
iJj :, : I j ; ... ...

{ Special to The Daily News: I 100 sets Cups and Saucers at 38c set? \
t I 1' JUST RECEIVED IX NEW LASTS, FEW LEATHER-

Tallahassee, Fla., June 21.-In SOCIETY EVENTS\ 1 \\, 100 sets Plates at 38c set : STYLES THAT IT.TJSIIOI: TAMIION>.
\ ,
a I letter to Arthur Williams,
I ; 75 sets Water Glasses at 12c set .. :

chairman of the State Democratic I I 60 sets Water Glasses at 15c set $5 TO $6
.
::1 Committee, Hon. James E. Broorue, AND PERSONALS ; ;i

u of Qulncy, asks that his name be nut 60 sets Water Glasses at 18c set'' : : PAHS.
s .!5252.52.S25252525 J \ ,
put on the official ballot: as candidate C. I. Helms of Bagdad is a visitor j 50 doz Jelly Glasses at 15c doz \ ; : JUST A BIT BETTER THAN THE BES1 '

' for secretary of state, as he has here today.Mr. ) J '
1 i 15 sets Goblets, fine, 75c set I -
decided not to be a candidate for
T A. C. Berry left Ian night for I

!:f."J j W the po-itioa before the primaries. on Gadsden business., Ala., to remain a few days 1 25 sets Goblets at 20c set 'i MEYER SHOE CO. ,

This leaves a clear field for 11. i 40 sets Ice Tea Glasses at. 25c set 'i
Henry W. Thompson of Bagdad .
i Clay Crawford, who was :appointedby came down on the steamer Okoloosathis ) ( j jI Feet Furni her-* for ('Il h Oul,.

the governor to fill the vacancy! : morning.Mr. ; .
) 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
i I :
YOURS TO PLEASE,
aured by the death of Dr. John L. and Mrs. D. D. Burnett returned -

Crawford. this morning from a very pleasant -

Party precedent will be maintained visit to friends in Montgomery. JDilliant) [[ loljnson- ion.Olilm I'I'I 1 II I4 J. M.'FOLKMAN.I' ,

O. i:. Ament, special: agent of the .
and the governor's choice for Standard Oil Co., arrived: in the city' ) Contractor for Decorating.< *'
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.
the ollice will be elected without this morning from Montgomery ou Call.Up Phone iiiil or Drop a Ptmta i "it
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k business. : :: : :: : : I
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----- All Work C O. D. and GuaranI.I
'r opposition. -- -- = I
Evangelist Robert Seed from Orlando M
.
Corner Bajlen anti Government Sir.t.
Fla., will preach at the Salvation iiCiiciws I .
Time "Raiment." I FOR SALE t. -XC
: CANDIDATES FOR hill I One mock West pf Postoffiee. Right on t ,
: Army Wednesday nightat In -ir.j IJiMe days richly embroider- i! ra
OR EXCHANGEFOR
S o'clock. All are invited. e l
i COMMITTEEMENIn K:<-'d. >-lur; iud other valuable propertyof I 1. T. W. LEWIS,
Captain Mason of the :alvatiou DRY CATTLECall
.1 ri.'j! man. In that primitive age
i Army left today for Hinr.in;I:1tl1.: HEALER IX
l>-n!if 1 r.2" lnuii was not tin tickle RIM--
I New officers will take charge of the dose she is at prusL-nt. and t1w "rni- i :at 103Ve,t Cnase street and f We ha\'f'
1 fii-: i->-Uf of 'f H t: Ni w-. :appeal; work here in few day '
army a nn'iit" u> fregney| ; i r.u-ntioiH'd in theIG.Iy make your choic \VALLPAPER,\ as.:I .
i t'e'', dimoiuiL'i'mi-lit of the can Jid.icy j jufeter.il U'V.! Klounioy arrived from SiHi'tuirs \!e-ct'tided from father !' IGjlOt GEo.1V. TCRTos..IR. : I '..
txeuutive'John to "IIII.!s a \.,llIaI'! ) putt of the fnhiT.t.ince. r ----- rise I uited
. reutlemeu fur ; Funiak 1 lj--t -
: night to attend to
a R.iirniit was often t.nt. with ICE-COLD WATERMELONS: : Feather Scroll. i I3c; per roll
I
. ,.u1lt..ltteemrtt. bu-inessmatters. 1'riendave him gold aiiil ;;.'his as a present to di; -iii- THE GARFIELD ICE CO':;. Dining Room Tapestry $1 50 per r
B. Jones i is ann.JUnceJ :I.> a a great welcome a* !-e alighted from t.irit s. \ --- .- ('all1' Phone X>. 35$.
ILwditl.lte the tl alii. It took not months, hut years to or- i 1 Every bTEEDMAX: Baud en- .
for chairman: of the com- -
r.anit'it some of then pnnuei.ts and je4
: titles to something. Call
A picnic fur the benefit of te! Order i you
mi''el', -ubject to the :action of the the sold thread so lavishly uool'In forSTEEDMAX:
of Railway Conductors will be 1 CIGAR.
Jeniociaticoters of the county at I fuibioiderin thou was real gold. I
given at Magnolia BlutI July 9. Remember M.ses ,';,eri.cs the process of making: I i Ball keen
of his j Hearing cutting -
larjre. J.r"irtue otHco air ,
the date and du't make
th'' god: tLn'athat was used in oruainputin :
ni>d States Senator, H on. Stephen any other engagements for that day. ? the tabernacle. The habit of ;\ Lawn Mowers, at the

R. :Mallory is the recognized party Mr. Frederick Frere received a ma kill; i resents of rare needlework is i I Willis Hardware Co's.
still common among;: eastern nations .
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leader of this county. It is thereforen0'ht telegram last; night from New Orleans who thawed their, customs so slowly. I' -- -- -

i ; and proper that: one of his announcing the death of his '
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Brother John in that No U If if if.I.VI4.
closest friends should be elected as city. particulars I BARGAINS $
: of the death can be obtainedyet. II
i chairman of the executive committee. :1 I

? :.Mr. Jones i is Mr. MaHory's law I I
T. T. Carter and wife left for their ASK YOUR GROCER FORThe
partner and represent his political NICK'8 I Li
home in Alvoid, Texas, la-t night
and business interests during Mr. after spending a week with Mr T. J.

Mallory's ab,eiice. He is therefore Butler's family on East Gad-den '

i the logical man for chairman: of the street. Mr. Carter i is interested in i '

! 'nr.mittee and he should receive three national banks in Texas. 11' \\m\m\ EVERY DAYo

i .'solid P Hty vote. : Me srs. M. H. Sullivan and S. A. t
Cosulich and Father Robert A. Fullerton -
Hen n.
Beers is :announced as
are in Mobile today, having
} candidate for secretary of the committee ."
left here for that place lat: eight, r
,a No subject to the democraticvote The/ first named gentlemen were 1 DAILY MENUS

of the whole county, at the called to Mobile on business matter }

prmmy July 15.; Mr. Been, is also a *. Comprise all the Up-to-
Date Dishes the Markets -
loyal: supporter of Sonjtor: Mallory Mr and Mrs. A. H. D'Alemberte I I IA of the World lil 7 3
hive i issued invitation wed- 1
a competent bu-iuess; man and he : ti the t Afford.
dine reception of their daughter:
will alike an erlk-ient sfcietary.
Miss Lula, and Mr. Marion Fauria SAMPLE AND EFFECTIVE PREPRA7N! THAI
Other aunounceniButs; subject to Bowes, at their home, 1129: Eat CAN BE USED WITHOUT( COOKING L. FRIEDMAN & CO'S eu
I
the democratic vote of their respective ,to SVE5 C7&URS.Ct'r5S.SMRTS A O OtM(R Ladies' Private
Old*Jeu street, July 3. fr'>ni :s ;>> to rUGTE n.FICSTMEn1SLE0 APPEAPMC5 Ot tW
t I precincts, are; John Toturt I luW: o'clock. 9%
Dining Parlor.
from precinct 12, Frank Reilly from Capt. Jacob Kryger, Hon B. C.

precinct l.;(, James McHugh from Tuuisou and Mr. R. A. Hyer went

precinct U and W. li. Wright from over to Mobile tin morning for the f %RACKET STORE. @
purpose of looking after certain Regular Dinner Daily.Short !
democrats
precinct 1-.illood men, true
shipping interests now in the courtsat I -
t and faithful workers.
party Mobile and in which all the

above named with Mr. S. A. Co-u- Best Laundry Starchon Orders Prompt!
TUESDAY NIGHT DANCES lich, who went over lit ni;, t. are the Market. Fillet. Night I or liar

HAVE BEEN DISCONTINUED iuterested. NECESSARY.The
NO BOILING
If it's Homeihln GoOd to Rat
Y
you w US! you'll find it at
On account of the numerous demand MEDICOS WILL .-- .
only Starch Manufactured -- -- ---- --
I for their service the Pensa- Nick Apostle's
in the South,
cola Concert Hand has decided to ELECT OFFICERSThe MEUX'S
discontinue their Tuesday night Help Build up a Popular Restaurant. rn \

daiices. The Thursday night concerts -

,"t and dances the will be continued Pensacola: Medical Society SOUTHERN INDUSTRY. ?'lA YltJ /ztfjl tP
throughout season. i
will hold a meeting at i> o'clock to-
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ti happy Time In Old Town."We night and will, among; other bu'i- School of Shorthand, Tj,pew riling and Literatnrp.

felt very happy" writes R. ness, elect officers for the ensuing GRAND Now i is the time to enter school and prepare for a lucrative position "

N. Bevill, Old Town, Va., "when term. Some; other important bui- vacation. Night and day sessions.

Bucklt-u's Arnica Salve wholly ness matters will come ur. 4th of July Picnic
cured our daughter of a bad case of It is that { Great Clearance ?! TUB MANTA UO8A I GRAND EXCURSION.To .
urged member
.cald head. It delights all who every StlWTIJISG ESTABLISHMENT

ue it for Cuts, Corns, Bruises, Ulcers who can possibly do so will arrangehis I Sale 1 ,! I IV qy ANDCELEBRATION I I
,
in the
Infallible for Bathing warm gulf waters is
Piles.
Eruption affairs in shape to permit of his conceeded to be the finest in the
Only &c. at W. A. D'Alemberte'sdrug attending the meeting. I 1! world. Everythingforpleasure witbI

store, 121 outh. Palafox.j9'Call Trimmed Hats, Flowers, jti AT I safety. Good board and lodging, byi
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FRANK SECARI'S i the day or week. Luncheon promptly -
for BTEEDMAN CIGAR. BATH HOUSE Ribbons and Everything ?h! Magnolia Bluff served at all hours, day or night.
the Bands and look in I CHARLES H. BPRTOX, Mobile and New Orleans, M
Save Deep water sea bathing, night or ; in the Millinery Line at I BY THE 2m-tf Manager. day, July Hth, leaving Union I)'
Premium Catalogue for your day, for white people only. Special I Monday morning at 11:30 0

prize. compartment tendant. Neatest for ladies, best,with and cleanest lady at- tj ....HALF PRICE.... I 5ttK. I. KJfc! :I Elegant china closets, sharp.Mobile, Fare n.5to/ for New round Orleans trip I?

bath house in the city. Baths 5 i sideboards and leather- From Cantonment and Century
Lay the dust. J"'oltca.nbuy cents. FRANK SIGAEI, MRS. N. BOWERS q MYSTIC ASSOCIATION. I as Pensacola. A special rate wi.
garden hose at the Willis Cor. Cevallos and Zarragossa: ":I.Sare I j seat chairs at Marston made from Milton to Pensacob

Hardware Co's. Watch for Grand Street Paradeat Quina's- Low prices; easy connect with this excursion.
CONCERT AND DANCE AT turning leave New Orleans Wed
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MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY day morning at 11:30 o'clock
l.'on 1dAL>J. NIGHT. TRAINS Bee Posters for Full Details. I Mobile at
AT 8. S:*) AND Wednesday afternoon
9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT 'Ioney by buying A handsome will be & MALT has a marvelous I o'clock. Coffee and refre>hm>
'(1LCH COWS will hare a carload of prize given to
.' fine oue Wednesday July a. They 11:50. TICKETS 25 CENTS AT your furni- the lady selling the greatest dietetic value. While refreshingand will be served on train returning
are from our farm at Album. Ala. and all DEPOT. ture at Marston number of tickets. Purchase tickets at ticket offic
have young calvei. Several of them are $ Quina'sGreat pleasant to take, it helps assimi- For further information apply')

pert fall-bloodea a' our resUlenc Jersey on TbU East Block II ill.can Will bot ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT Furniture Emporium Admission, including fare, 35c; laUon of rood. Bold byDANNHEISSER ROBT. Kix oi
Write 2 Children, 25c.
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