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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: June 25, 1902
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SCORES REPUBLIOANS ; -DISASTER- CONVENTIONS : FOR KING'S RECOVERY


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: !-oJ(,'lal to The Ntrws.Kutmille Special h; The Nr"=. _
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: Tti.ii. June 24.-A Coal Grant I NV: I'( v : :' jure ? !.-Thedemutt. .
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,: Creek spinal to the Sentinel: \ nays: ] ..'it fill r''ilNt' ; : su.tp convon-i I; "

Arraignment of Administra= ,i. The coioners jUlY which Las investigated tions AW. i. l".L:. ij oidti at 2 o'tioc1; All Plans For. Public Coronation .j

I I into the cause of the Fraterville thU UV:ii-oon, the luimer Ly Chairman I

lion's Policy. I mine explosion of May 19, Hail ct the state democratic comniittee. '!'

.. reached a verdict at a late hour last and the litter by Chairman Given Up. '

night. The fiudina is against the Coal 3tFrame, of the populist committee I i I

-.-- I Clerk Coal-company officials ownerof II. D. Tra'a.: of Plattsaioutu, was selected -I;

decrease alt compared with the corre. i the mine and against State Mine Inspector as temporary chairman of tlii1 i:

A. I acceding period in lfotll of $21,726.800.: ::: U. A. Shiflett. democratic convention. London, Jute 2:}.-The following such temperament.together with theexhausting

J"t' 24 -Some rou : "The Jury finds that the men ant More confidence was expressed today !i ii
i i official bulletin wa issued at Duck- labors of preparingfor
.' j sated in thi Nothing Is Doing for Cuba. .boys in the mine came to their loath by the fusion U-aders that a sat. t t

,t i -u:i.i'tion oii. Washington; June 21-It has beta from an explosion in said mine, which sfactoiy combination ticket can be I j j in ham Palace: at lu:30 thi morning the coronation has; undermined :

i. I.. .,,.,.n.e chi: determined: that no reciprocity treat I explosion was caused by gas or coal agreed upon and the! range of poh: lhil- ( : his nervous system, leaving i

,. \\ j with Cuba can be submitted at tfc-. dust. or both combined and further; itits for the head of the ticket in use

.' for Ilae thE present session of congress Any draft I agree that said tM: >los>ion was reused of :Mr. Bryan's refusal to accept 3nomnlflD. J "H h Majesty very restless and him no hope to assist him in the
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of a treaty must to Havana and b by neglect of the mine officers and has harrowed down to
go ,
had of
the early
.,. ..1..1 ...1 the pert no sleep during part battle for life.
returned before it can be submittedto : i state nnno iiispi toi about fire rr six men aa against fifteen i

'JI1.wt, stun oj the senate. This of course, can I. yt ,,'r rayPREPARING: I the ni;:ht. Obtained some sleep, If the king recovers; it is very unlikely

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not be accomplished in the sho: t however, after one o'clock this
he will ever be crowned ex-
..'l. lu I.U:Jl1lile space of time intervening before ad JOHN BENNETT I I t

ii ...' ..n. journment. FORTHE ,I morning and no untoward symptori3 cept privately in St. George's chapelat :

i ..e U-: & speaker 1 CAPTURED I: : presented themselves. Considering Windsor.; Tomorrow has been t

',., .: .'( .1.BKUt b'l Bacon Secures Favorable Report. CARNIVAL

,,: -. UltUit UIH'L Washington. June 2 J.-Senator Bacon all circumstances His Majesty officially appointed as a day of inter-

I I"r .11.: Peek has secured a favorable report .Special to The News. -- I may be said to be progressing satis cession for tie life of the kits "

I t 1 lilt i>res from the senate committee on judiciary .i I The committee composed of C. H.
upon Mr Dl'antlfoY'Mil creating San Francisco, June :.4,-Apcria, factorily. A bulletin at 2! o'clock says the
: : 't. w ith 1'.r I
I a new' division of the southern district !I to the Examiner! from S': '!roVafch. Turner and Walker: Iu.'raliain: rep ( "LISTER,
Signed)
;;.r 'Alld dii: king passed a comfortable morning.His .
\ ... ; rr. Rout of G'digia wil!. VdnloMa; as the place j i says that a man <'onrf>si:' t,1 \>tfi\i: resenting the citizci-3, and K. For- .,

,.".aLy" au. I of Lol.ili.c: the i 'TUTSOCIAL I lone of the Nora Fuller murdi r..i's, ha: cheimer and <':ha*. Mtrritt, representing "C:;)1.TII, condition so far is satisfactory.The .

.: ,ai' 11 ust t> I I surrendered at that plan.. He sad s the Carnival As-ociation, ''LAKXNb, absence of any mention of temperature -
.
,wSl'u b.lr. \i he::! is John Bennett torhoiu the yo-
COLONY i began today the! work of canvassing "JURUW, in the physicians' statement
liiiivnu.! t
t \ : j lice ban been: Bf-aicnicg bur "'euJ

i of a nulll.i i i muntLb. in an hiU-rvKW at the ja l 1 anion; the citizens and securing the I "TKEVES." is causing great anxiety.The .

'" There NEAR ATLANTA !t! Bennett asserted lc would niaKc! a lulconfrssiou 1 signatures ef stockholders in the incorporated .1 Notwithstanding the
..1 (J iO OUt k' I I which would! Implicate as-ociatiou. They Lave encouraging j work of taking down the

I ? ur! -U'ft Oti -- j some of the mail prominent men m bc-eu. : I tone of the bulletins, it is known i banting and other forms of
fairly succes-ful. If the citizens
1 rt 'lUlstlO"i San Fiantisc'O. .,
." 'ie .uinii tpeeJ.1 i to 1'111' fewAtlanta. ', i "1 have letters in DIY pocket. say subscribe for the requiredamoun i I that some of the King's physicians coronation decorations is busily;
Juut- -t.-A -.ih.-tie: counuinitj ,
'.ti ": that) sub :| Dennett, "showing where the real c'u':. : of stock the carnival will be, I in private cenversation, have ad- going on today. The exodus of the
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will lit calublbhud:
stub neer j .-
| prita have sent me money to k'eom i "
hell next year on a grander and I mittel that the chances of His embassies
1 .. t tor trusts? Atlanta. A stuck ci.uipacj has bet n of the way, but as these remittances i special still continues ,.

. :UfO organized with a capital of $:::u,000 to I j more elaborate scale than any celebration
hay ceased, it gives me the excuse to I Majesty's recovery. are slight. Lords Prince Leopold, of Bavaria, Archduke
., .1 I :t.'i. ,' product ODi put the plan in operation. The coin-i end the awful fear and suspense to heretofore. If the citizens
:. ;' :i )Ir. Ball I 1! ?. one of the physicians in at- Francis Ferdinand of Austria
niunity is to be Known as the Allta1Lest : which. Lave been subjected. sho&iu: hotievt !:i.illo take the required Of
power ur 1:1r i. Home tad Pniu-ne Company. I j I TLp'ill\lJ"! !fjert Bennett answers pe'!, -I[ teh'd e, says if King Eiward Prince Alberto! Belgium and other
oil amount, the matter! will be t I
and tile use !! Ii
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of
I j This information! given out ye s. I featly (ItiSniiJtiuii the sul.puses t I
.iatfan a<.iui\. I wUlIl"r"l. dropped. The success of the carnival .1 recovers from his present illness, he members of royalty left today.
t. i I.ay by Andiew M. McConnell, pree j I

!,..-. rU.oa:.t to iu Pl'WI'th!:I ,I ii>ut of the Alkahest Lyceum ::5)'it :u. I therefore, depends entirely: upon j can never regain full strength again. I It is officially announced that by

i I ;, mot-rat'!.' ,q who is the oiigiuator of the sc'beme CUBANS MAY c APPEAL the public spirit of the citizens. !I The King displayed the same the king's desire the coronation: hon- |

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and president ot H.. stuck compaij .:: The association has decided not to
of
symptoms extreme drowsiness
will be
ors published tomorrow
as
I tits with a- j\i-t torined. Otheis connected wish :
!hold street fair next
.: Philip !."- t trepubl'i the! f.imi.aay} are T. B. Miller and S. TO ENGLAND FOR AID13prc191 u -. year.- I j I that characterized Queen Victoria'slast originally arranged. The state pa- j

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\>- hJ I..I"at.'i .': i I In sp'ltl.ing of the matter Mr. MC :- ---- Of what does a bad taste in your illness. Daring the recent rade. to have taken place Friday, i ts

'!t.'" tl.e jii rat: a ''HPiaid!! that definite plans ha!lI i to ruXov >' w-. 'mouth remind you? It indicates! !, motor car drive at Windsor the king cancelled.At .

", !I ait.idy! been made. and ett'rythlnjgae that! your stomach i? iu bad condi-
e Mitb: an i ; Yo k, Jute Jl.! -At a nieetiasol I
was asleep the whole time.
rise the ABUT. practically in readiness: for carrying tion end will remind you that thereis II' 4 o'clock this afternoon it was
t..i; I'IJ'I! :pars!,':. J'i-t' held
I Io.tlt> armies out the heme. nothing so good for Ouch a disorder The morning has brought no hope announced there had been
it w.- \ !. -..\'" iLt I'l'liuue! disjatdi i no change
"t stag'itir<; It it not known yet Just where tb- as Chamberlain's Stomach & I
ti'.,M Ha: .uid. to pftition! Pre3H : that the king will live. The sad the
; in king's condition. He
has
':. 1',1 I'I' lw8. I citdtemeut p. community! will he lorated. but it will i;1 Liver Tablets after having once |
be o, of the street lines ': i ;. ".[ Fil'iltt: to Uirtk .1 nude tieaU::! I is like wild fire. Kir
:! an calumnies ou car run used fh 'm. 'rbfod"anse and in- news spreading had some sleep. His majesty has
IIjtOn burn armies." king out from the city. Negotiation i i \\ .111 CnL.Liii'1! The matter ot torn. vi orjtfo tle -tnjllch an l regulate' I

.. 1.11111-1' ) are now "In-me carried on with parties; '!. n'rda! ih.aiii v> with Cuba aiiea
for sever a' different places locate f i i has Ijt-tu loadKd by Great Biitaiu.'l box Lall' druir.'iand' medicine private secretary summoned the j his condition
I deal':![ -. I and is prepared for the
D'DYrHE near the nty A deal will be closed' II I and in \ l'"f! ilnfailuie, of tht- L'n'i! editors of the

: kith fitl'f-r ,'i.e or the othti of these: l Il.d States s iiu'i- t' pass a ieeptouyiu. leading papersto worst.: He was barely conscious

it lee th', o'' :., aim tin Palace tell
pa >: < uiuiuu&i'.v Buckingham to
.-a!-are it is> tainins! ; In supportessi BERNHAROTSWON'T daring the day as he i is kept under
{ PRESIDENTWOH3 will !Le imin'ate: !; --t iM; i"hl.\i.
I I i Such a ti'tv.'. however can last them to prepare the public to expect the influence of drugs

only to 6eptemi! r 1, 1S&<'3, /becau '
the worst. The in this f
people see
', : :I SENT TO SENATE ; TWO DROWNED\ 'i i lulaudis! pledged to abide by tiniiyiiig GOMEM unprecedented recognition of the LATEST DISPATCH.

of the! Brussels; F:isar >nf!> .- "
I London June : .
> Your corres
,. AT COLUMBUS' i once which abolishes! daei! utial ui -- power of the press an intimationthat I

.'.c-." I tits after tl.at I -- TIt' 'ej":1"il.in.llioUi (live: tinn.. )ruing received all hope i is abandoned. At the .
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; ':) a nH"*-are from Manager; M. palace today demonstrations of

:3ptCal to The exs i NEOFTHETOVOTES Y MYERS'I D. licrnhardt, of the crack Xew I i family, that the doctors hold scarce-

.. '. tisttitt: o! CVu-hi.-: ::! i.. Ji'uti' ,-The Chi I j grief are plain on every: side. Great I
AGAINST THE PEOPLE Oi leans team of that name, stating ; ly any hope of the king's recovery.
u!. tjthei I.\ ,.i I i ti i:. 1\\ 'i more livc- i, crowds of anxious watchers impede

.!. .1.I HenryV. J, T Hu-. !! a-: J.V.. Utcshan we:e that the team could not coma over i' If the king lives, a second operation '.

.. !L .,iiit colonel!; CapV The *<'tne ir. sh, I'Pwnlng:1... j i> Senate Bill No. 28. A Bill' to be en :Sunday: a' had been intended. Xo ,:traffic on every street awaiting Lul- will be necessary and grave fear '

'I''. ., .: u.ajor; first The scour lJ: t'!',. t'.tdiowning! wa- : titled, "An Act to prevent unjust dis- good reason was given in the disappointing I letins as to the kingXcondi: tor.. exist that other complications may ,
v i ttu: low. captain.I crimination in the rates for
I '. 'I'cnantsVn.. North Highlauiib: win it- the dew is bins I charged telegram, but particulars: i) Everywhere deep sympathy is felt set in. It H acknowled the doctors;
.. erected for the iitui! wills. The ;transportation of passengers and
\ / ',u!\d ia; ".m. Rr ', were promised to be forwarded by 1 I and expressed for the pitiful grief of found the king's condition worse!
men were eroding the river in a \ freights I by railroad companies

< ..mil:':1 I If.n icon G. Cu!. carrying the guy! hue when the Hue I\: an j ether common carriers, and mail. i the queen, who Is most deeply concerned than anticipated.The .

>.n.! l.l..I''I'il.lIlmande felt on the boat, capsizing it. '1'to prohibit railroad companies and The Giants were very anxious to1 crisis comes tonight.TODAY'S .
Both men -inuk out for shore ami 1' for the king's health. Ifer --
1 'iether i carriers in this state I
Ra.tg; : 1. i.','cant Albert common secure this game, and thought they
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Ii.-iu.'nan "14mandt'r. it was thought by the spectators th.:.Mfrcm i charging other than just and had : majesty slept but little last -night, I MARKET REPORT .
eVtrythiugfix&d.. In fact
they would escape but they tank in thei .
.. I reasonable rates, and to prevent the I Ii I ,
the eddy an-1! were drowned.In arrangements: had progressed so farthat :: :she passed restlessly to and fro the I .
'. j IJY 1'l;:%:\COLASTOCK .
i >!*iM. Force Selma: i granting cf any rebate discount over ;\CJl.\( ..
!II 15 minutes Russell's body v\as lot of printing, the whole night, either to see her hus- East GoiernniPiit
r. I"OW.: Jacksonville; rescued and had a physician Lon I! weights and ether special terms to a advertising i I Street i iHTOCKi

: K-tuifKon. Lake City. present his life could base been saved [ persons corporations, or firms, and to game, had about been contracted i !i band or inquire as to his condition. ;. ;i .

He died a few minutes later. Gran- !''provide for damages: for violating the for ; these plans will now have to be Hih. I f
When informed
rnal Revenue Collections. the queen was Open ; Low Cloes.Sugar. .
0-"n June 24.-Th. lIe died a few minutes later. Gre'i. i'conditions of this act and to prescribe changed. I .. 1234; 124: 12i: 12i; .'

ropo't.u.itns am's body was rescued in 30 minute, I a mode cf procedure of rules and evidence yesterday that an operation wasnecesseary Atch .. -P" bP; H blS .;"
of internal Anxiou to secure a for I I'
re\en-u' game
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Over a score of people> have be..nI i4737L 3738: 3Ill .; 1"
In all Mr. voted .i ;,
cases. Myers she bewildered and
.r !I'f the month of May U 02l.f'tion was .. ... .1,7 157
Mrs Oliver
Sunday, immediately I lu.iJ" 17: :
drowned I
at this same place since the ,
: NO the of this bill. (Sen-
were $:!3.U3L.iF on passage h. & N..13: I3at? la:;
unable to for minutes. ;
speak some JaIl
," .\ 'compared, with M.i\''I I election of the dam commenced. I late Journal Page 1211. 20june2t wired to Birmingham upon receiptof : I 31.O. P .IUS 1OS3i! JOj-. 10433 r..

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v : T :"2 Tor eleven mrm 1:" Uernhardt's message; to ascertain 1 Finally she said : "Have I not felt 'Man .]31 131'4; 13n 13,11 '4
Garden hose at the Willis ; The finest line of sterling silver :-t. Paul.I3J. lF": % t
172X
-' : t tiua! year the ttal r.' I ;ro
?2b: .ui 2)-1.' which 1 i- d Hardware Co's. found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to that city conld not be induced to ;, ?" :-;. P... .. fHl1 61'r' 1i.'P 15L B1' a1 j; h i
please all. U. P..lot IOlsk I01Lg 1013
come for a game or two. The Athletics 1'. C. I.. lit 69k f2a 1:1:I
--- --- The Daily Telegraph says when i134 : j
If MJJ nnnt to C. 1-'. I. b'J t'2t., / b9 'j} tiU j
piayed a game last Saturday: il s91
L lLIEVIEVDAIRY.I $TETT ngaiaroncaaoot take tLe king; was informed that an operation "I'L'V .
tO 1S a b-tter mod with another Birmingham; club 'OI'K COTTON. l :::
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CEIE8R.TEO ciDi- than I tie was imperative, he said : 'il
which the A e-Hertld Open. Hizh.
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ISitttrs. It is the says was one .r>w. Cloe. ;I. .

1 y'\ Iml l.ralth; reitorerkjown to- of the fastest amateur Barnes ever i II j "Operation or no operation, I won'tdisappoint July August. ...611.Fi1 i,1y 1-77 !-oJ Mil' t.74 b15 ;; ,1.

FRESH BUTTER EVERY DAY IN ANY QUANTITY. cure b played in that city. Should thi | the people ; I must go to Oct Sept... ......7H6.tJ7 7\fJ b12 793 blJ7 812 ::1'

Ihd j aCi ?. team be secured, Pensacola will I the abbey." 8c

PUREST AND BEST MILK IN THE CITY. have do faultless -
Nervousness, to soxie playing: to i CIIIC.\GO-WJlf'\T.
The king has been constantly !
win. II Open. High I.ow. Close.
Platalency, !
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haunted by the prophecy that he Jnly..I 7tl 73 a 73Sa '"
Itdigestioa If Birmingham cannot be secured Sept ... .2} 72! '
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R. M. AVERY, Proprietor.PHONE STOMACH Malaria, fever by night efforts will be made in I would never be crowned. He was ?t

RS Ague. other cities ; but a contest for Sunday always inclined to be superstitious! Open. High" Low. Clos!.
and ....
411 'I July 68! 69 68 68 v
is reasonably: assured. and the dread and fear attendant to Sept... &'))' 60% wj" ){.


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WEDNESDAY.
THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA! ,


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DR. CYRUS EDSON TALKS. '


!I MAKE Two Birmingham Paper May Be
WILL
Explains Nature of King's Illness and Tried for Contempt.

the Operation.New Birmingham, Ala., June 24. The editor .
J AFFIDAVIT York June 24.-Dr. Cyrus El- I I RbeomoI1smj
of the Birmingham News, Mr. Rufus ,
Ion explained the king's illness and
N. Rhodes. and the editor of the i
the operation as follows: I
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Birmingham Ledger, Mr. George
I 1 New Lease of Life for ar "Perityphlytis is inflammation Including Crulkshank, and the respective publications

tbe formation of an abscess of the
Iowa Postmaster. I II have been cited to appear in

tissues around tbe vermiform appendixand the criminal court next Thursday and
:
Postmaster R. II. Randall of Dun hence peritvphlytis ie hard to distinguish : show cause why they should not be attached Rheumatism by I
,
. I lap. la., says: "I have been a greal at once from appendicitis. for contempt of court. condition of the blood. It is filled with acrid, irritating matter that settles:
and result I Ilog I
from Indigestion
sufferer! 1
, evils for years. Being unable to ob ,: Usually an operation l ie necessary to The contempt proceefllngs were Instituted in the joints, muscles and nerves, and linimerts and oils nor nothira

tain permanent relief, I resolved to trj ascertain whether the appendix or the by Ezra Whaley a prosecuting else applied externally can dislodge these gritty, ('OJrodingpartIcles Th >y

Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Before 1 hac t i surrounding tirsue Is diseased. In the The Human Lottery witness in the famous debenturecases were deposited there by the blood and can be reached only through the bk a

4 I taken one bottle I knew I had found'. king's cue there Is probably an ao-! aid grows out of the publica Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieve! temporarily the aches and

i what I had long looked for. After I I I ccegg at the head of the large intestine : "Ahtt only I w._ beautiful tion In the papers named of artlcloa pains, but these are only symptoms which are liable to return with evtry
few bottl... I wa cured of a soreness it How happy life would b." certaJn change of the weather; the real disease lies deeper, the blood and systemare
where the appendix begins and the and editorials appearing upon
: op- >
side that I had not been fre
my left Rheumatism cannot be radically and
forlorn said this she infected. permanently
- Many a maid has as cured
I better to I eratlon today was an immediate iie- indictments returned by the J1'u.1jury
from for over ten years. am I I|I looked into the mirror. It is the one poSo&e'sion until the blood has been purified and no remedy does this so thoroughly
than for Kodol Djspepsis! cessity because the abscess had to be : of Jefferson county. The editorials
day years.
in the lottery (If human life whicl and promptly as S. S. S. It neutralizes the acids and sends a stri
Cure has given me a new leaseot life gotten at and emptied of its contents would not refuse. in question referred to Henry B m
woman of rich blood to the affected
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I strong w':
will parts. !b
"If any sufferIng! person usjKodol and pus. Under ordinary clrcun- Gray and Captain Reuben F. Kolb, twa
Dyspepsia Cure, I believe, if itis ( dissolves and washes out all foreign materials and the
i
stances the king ought to in BRADFIELD'5Female citizens against whom In '
| recover prominent
relief from
a diseased stomach from which the) sufferer obtains happy the torturing p .i::s
I three or four weeks, but after dictments returned and expressed "i
were
fraffer! that they will receive perma- recovery S. S. S. contains no potash or other mineral *'.t
Lent relief. Anyone wishing can have ,. It would perhaps, be four weeks morebefore Regulatorfor the belief that the gentlemen were Is a perfect vegetable blood purifitr C and n Ict

I a sworn statement as to the genuinne'J" he would be able to perform ins young girls on the threshold of womanhood innocent of any wrong and would be exhilarating tonic. Our physicians will advise without charge all w' _,
and truthfulne!sof this statement. I I in the coronation is invaluable. When become
part ceremony. they so judged upon trial. write about their case, and we will send free our special book on Rheum-Uina
This testimonial is the voluntary "The king's trouble is in his right pale and languid, the eyes dull, aching I This Is the first time on record, so and its treatment. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. Atlanta
who has suffered! Ga.
tateruent of a man '1 head, feet and hands cold, appetite goneor
edi
side low down. far is known that
found relief and wants others to receive I abnormal, obstructed periods and painful \ as newspaper I _. __ I II'
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the same benefits. Kodol Dyspepsia I! menses, anti their systems generallyrun tors in Alabama have been cited for

Cure will cure any cae of stomacfc : Washington Is Notified. down, they need a tonic, building u{ contempt in a case of this character try t-or a >invention.. SCHOOL Sl'PI'LIKS

trouble. It rests! the stomach by digesting 1 I| Washington June 24.-Secretary and their blood cleansed. where an opinion was expressed, anl I'I'A s we learn to avoid waste in the

what you eat. The rest alom i Hay this morning received a cablegram Lradfii-ld's Female Regulator for women j considerable interest is felt in the outcome coal says I'rofeswr John Perry, At C, V. Thonipbon's Xo. 11 Sub

would restore health. But Kodol is particularly valuable and useful owing as it involves to a certain extent I the world in a hundred years or so will I'aUfox.
from Ambassador I
jjspep Cure also contains tonics Cboate notifying to its tonic properties and as a regulatoi limitations of the presst recitina I resemble a t.pt-ndthrift who has run Besides the standard linef ,r ,.
- which build up the organ and hastec; him of King Edward's illness.The of the menstrual flows. I'ainful, obstructed :
have in tints.
and commenting Judicial find through\ his patrimony. What is net-d- tionery we wit: '
the good result You dint have tc secretary took the message tc and suppressed menstruation is permanently upon
to match
Kodol Cure will di. re1ieamI all diseases ings. ((J is some form uf engine to convertas velopes :
: diet. Iyqpia : the white house, where President I II I peculiaj Royal Crystal Bond.
: pest what you eat. I li-lpa children, too I Roosevelt laid it before the cabinet, to ht r genital organs are cured by it. directly and cheaply as possible the Hurd's Holland Bond.Ladies' .
:I Regulator clears the complexion,brightens Interesting to Asthma Sufferers. wuTjiy of coal into electric entrgy.' Science -
: Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which Is now In session! Art Stationery.
the sharpens the appetite, removes i II of acWev-
eye, Daniel Bante of Otterville, Iowa, I he beliefs, capable Mail Etc.
Foreign ,
Cures all Stomach Troubles. I :I mu'iMy ana blotched conditions of I writes : "I have had asthma for lug the desired result, but only through ArtitV Material. om, .

; JwparwionlylyF.,C J'IfW ITT& ('n..CMeuo Kansas Populists Meet. the skin and cures sick headache at once. three or four year; and have tried ] united effort supported by large capi- Memorandum Book. E S: ,
TLe II. lmluecuiiUlii 8'a times the Sue.iilze. Topeka, Kans., June 24.-Kansas Of dniegists at *i.oo jr bottle. f I about all the cough and asthma plies :
lie that if the
".. for Women" tal. suggests expenditure All new and bright.
Perfect Health can
populists met here in state 'onvl'ntlo'l i cures in the market and have received -I ,
ONE MKSUTE Cough Cure be had free by sending us your address. treatment from physician : ff $5OVMAiO a year wire intrutedI
today United States Senator W. A. I I Rubber hose (1llSie(1
THE BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO.. ATLANTA GA.Mnrtlnlnr. I in New York and other cities, I for two or three years to such men as ,

Cures (l" ".iv.y Tl..t's wh3.tit'smaJefor. Harris the temporary chairman. in assuming | tut got very little benefit tin- Lord Kelvin or Lord Uaylcish;; the problem the Willis Hardware ('fj
--- ---- -- -- -- x
; thf' chair, was presented witha I til I tried Foley's Honey and might !I.f' solvnl._ _ _

Harris Pharmacy, John Sheppard gavel made from a portion of th? .. I! Tar which gave: me immediate -i i On the first indication of kidney You will have pride in y"u ..w

d. Kahu.! tree that grows over the grave: of'' Ovtr a hundnnl ar, io Josephine : relief and I will never be : trouble stop it by takin FoleyfsKkliiPvCurp. flower gardens if they ari.i i. y

Thomas Paynat: New Rochelle, N. Y. P.Iuhlruaj". eilijtr.-s ut the I'reiich 1 without it in my houe. I sincerely W. A. D'AUmberte, I own ground. Yourhu'band.I'' .

4n..11n-r Ho, ic.Ansrrv I wrote this des<'nation: tf Martiniijue. recommend it to all.V.. A. D'Al- 121 S. Palafox. I a home, and he can do it IMW

Huh'-i I.. ..k. !JHProung Colonel Lynch Again Remanded. words which btar an addid interest embeite, 121: S. Palafox. though he may think ouicrw

mtn. il .II"t! I u.I \. u !" -\"I.r !o enter my London. June 24.-At Bow street now: Every woman wants! a home: "f
police I
I=at'' Itja:tmIYut1th '' I court today after the taking ot Nat ore,rich and! s-tiuiiitnou has cov Woman's Peculiar Death. c own, and if she will have a talk w

: Man Y.,s sir: aid I respected brief and unimportant evidence ofi t eredith a cariK-tint whi.-h .harms as New Yoik. June 24Mrs.: J. D. Anderson Thus. C. Watson & Co., :

your "J-I.,--. I ,i-hnilnil! over the fence.Ntw i Colon Arthur I well by the variety of its colors as of has met death at Croton N. Y. This signature Is on every box of the r"i IE j leading Real Estate Agents : .
Lynch. member of
.
York Journal.! i par.liamtnt Ito objects. She has strewn the banksof in a peculiar manner. She was walking ,, Uxative Bromo'QuinineTabkti can show her how easy it is'; t< '
elect for
--'- : Galway and formerly our rivers with lowers and has through her husband's store : the remedy that cores a cold In one day. one.
: of the Roer who carrying
i army, is charged with .
Jill a. A Mnllrr of I.ouku. lilintd the fr 'hlKt forests around our a of cherries when
high treason, pan she Pjny-rtalnam Stops the Tickling,
: 'W I.it f'\'tr 1r"lu"t.,1"till to call your was again remanded until fertile boidt-rs. I cannot resist thettml.tiltion stopped and raised her hand to turn I; and Qll Clilr&a.n1nf'MmmR.o1:111 tJ.M.'l0l0&. Buy a new garden hose

tlo.1ham July 1._ _ I
tlantLt! UllIIIlf'. Mr. ? to breathe III the pure aro-
I on an electric lamp and to
herself
steady
'I I from the Willis Hardware
"Will, I (luiipo c\a-jit: that: Khe al. I II Leads Them All I m-itic odors wafti-d on the zephyr's is supposed to have rested tin j BANNER iALVthe E.
, ( 's kind of lu..kt'.l I wines. I love to hide myself\ In the
waj as ajihne as anything Company.
"One Minute Cough Cure beats all' pan against an iron railing about tin moat healing salve In thAt world
I vise: to me."-Chicago fcreen woods that t-kiit our dwelling.!
other counter. The light current was acr!.
medicines I ever tried for
Ilerald. H'vro.1'l' TitHe 1 tread on the Ilowers which exhale Do you wlbh to make & little "-x'ra
colds and throat I I dentally ground and she received a !, BOYS and GIRLS I T '
, coughs, croup and a perfume as rii-h as that of the I money duiingtpare: moments?
shock of 1,800 volts, causing Instact so.you can r'adilydo so. by ting ,-
. $100 iiiw.\ii: ) .$11I0. I lung troublesays! D. :Scott Currinof orange; ,grove and more grateful to the i our "Blueine." <0 per rent, commission on all 5all'&. An indispensable article) ->'
death. .
The readerf this paper will be Loganton, Pa. One Minute Cough senses." ,1 bou' -boll1 u-.... Kvt-ry lady liidfliglittd 'II hn they ee It One theft makes the lint.
Kluc-mter you e\tr uted In the a-b. Write today before your territory If taken :vt
plea'd l to learn that there i H at lea-t I I! Cure U the only absolutely safe ;i tome one else arid we will tend by return mail one dozen packages of "Blueine."
one dreaded diae that.citnce ': cough remedy which acts immedi- ; Spring Fever. TEN YEARS IN BED. W hl'D'OU: Lave sold tht-m. return u- IoUt', retaining the balance tor., as jvur coinii.sslon. -

! ha.* been aIIt'> cure in all it.. .tato* i I ately. Mothers everywhere testify Spring fever is another name for R. A. Gray, J. P.. Oakville, Ind., I'ollot. GI.K.NN delay but MAN write,'.'AHtltlNG at onceAItireI.s. (0 Ih l't. C IN. Hoi DI. 1'bila. I'a
; I
to the good it has done their little biliousness.; It is more serious than writes : "For ten years I was confined -
and that is catarrh. Hall'- Catarrh one Croup is *o !sudden in its at- most people think A torpid liver to my bed with dieae of the : -

"' Cure i.- time' only positive cure now !I, tacks that the doctor often arrive and inactive bowels mean a poisoned I kidneys. It was so severe that I '

jtnown to the iiifdical fraternity too late. It yields at once to One system, If neglected, serious ill- could not move part of the time. I'' ROYAL STANDARD \\VllISlfEY

Catarrh being a l'lIlI-titlitillllal di I-- I( :Minute Cough Cure. Pleasant to hess may follow such Fjmptoma. I consulted the very best medical

i-e', rwjuin- ci'ii-titutimial treatMifiit. :I[ take. Children like it. Sure cure DeWitt's Little Early Risers remove i! skill available, but could get no relief -
liair.i Catarrh Cure.. takt'1I1 I for grip bronchitis, coughs. Hands' all danger by stimulating the liver, until Foley's Kiiney Cure was' 8 Years Old, in Cases of 4 Full Quarts at S3.20 per cast

internally ai-tin? directly upon the I Pharmacv John Sheppard, Sidney opening the bowels and cleansing recommended to me. It ha been a : I
Mood and I miicouirfaVes of the I Kahn.: the system of impurities. Safe pill*. Godsend to me." W. A. D'Alem-

t-\>t'-iu, tht-n-l-y dt-troyingthe foundution Never gripe. "I have tiken De- berte' 121 South Palafox. THIS: WHISKEY di-tilled at the Nelson Co.

ot tluiliseaf.. and giving thepatient Witt's Little Early Risers for torpid ., Distillery, and is fully matured in woou

! I"'llgth by building: up the WHIM-WHAMS. i liver every spring for years," write;: : I II before bottling it is absolutely pure and not excelled -

(OI.I"tlt ltlon and i.i i-ting nature in I R. M. Everly, MoundsvilK W. Va. F. & A. M. : i-i quality by any Whiskey of the same age
doing its work. The proprietors \ Bunch of (.loom fhsmern From tli "They do me more good than anything I no matter where produced. The Royal Standardis

have -o much faith in it< curative I I lonkrrn Malrmuun.Riil I have ever tried." HargiV A regular communication eight years old when bottled, and, considering

powers, that they'lItft'rnp Hundred I, -Po you believe that delays are Pharmacy John Sheppard. :Sidney I of cambia Lodge its excellent quality, is the cheapest whiskey in

lollart for any ?a-that it faiN to dangerous? -v Kahn. I A No. 15, F. & A. M., will beheld the market at that price. As a beverage, and as

('ur(>. Send for INt of tertimoiiialsAddrei. I Jill-Nut always. 1 don't think it isdangerous I at 8i IMJ o'clock p. 111.I an absolutely pure stimulant, there is none better

.;, F. J. CHENEY fe Co"Toltdo I Tuesday, June :!Hh.I. Shipped in cases containing no marks whatever t<
; to di lay going;; up in one ofthoke C A. B or 0 ::rt. :1:.A..
O.r"Sold Visiting brethren are indicate contents. If purchaser, upon examining
Pe: bd Yu Ha Eaas !,
( by Druggists, j&c. I I flying niachin s. Bears the i cordially invited. the whiskey, is not satisfied with the quality htl

.- ... ere /l I HAURY W. GIBBS, ;: can return the same at our expense and money
,
:: -- Ii Mr*. Church-Has your hnMiflnil done i: I Secretary. .--: will be refunded.

is thewell' anything to save his! -j.'s? : All orders should be accompanied by either

1hellppy Home Mr:;. tutbatu-O1. yes; he has always i I, The man who own his own home : vr vr..a.ims OLD currency postoillce money order, bank draft or express -

I' rtfrained from culling; men insures himself against lots of MIUWat'KKY. I "i-4 7-1i money order. We refer to First National

> trouble and worry. Nobody can The undersigned takes this method 'L RDAR Bank or any merchant in Pensacola.
furnished home. Marston) uaul("
his and the has
I, raise rent, rent day I of offering her services as a .
$ Quina can supply ao terrors for him. It's easy to owna first-class' licensed midwife, having ;fI.
you ".\nll does your dolly close! its eyes? home now-a-days. Thos. C. 1 i : S. A. FRIEDMAN
.
had 35 experience.Can
with all needed in the the house years ,
way said the minister, visiting at Watson & Co. can tell you how give best of references from "

of house furnishings at the uf a parishioner. !! easy It i... Call and see them. leading physicians of this city. I % : ,; SOLE PaopRiETOR PENSACOLA
FLA.
lowest prices cash or credit. "No. ..Ir! replied the little thins, "but MRS. M. GIDDESS, ,
I'm lng to take In'r to church someday I
'p> ; .. .. jltf 114 South DeVilliera St.
and see U u.sue will. kapI: says IF YOU ARE I ;: IIISI : ) P. O. BOX 41$. TKLHI'HOXK 170
\
1'Pl1l..lnl Itnlio I nearly euTjbody goes to sleep there.

A piece of parllnmilitary! repartee I I lOOKINC FOR BARGAINS DR.KINC'S I II I ,..I handle every class:: ::; of Liquors sold, ir

Quite as fotnl n* the famous retorts In I Hill- Do you know it spoils a cigar to y: bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail, at prices that
TRY DISCOVERY
the house! of commons aii'l our conposs lot It go out? NEW :I 4 are way down.

from New uni Jill \\'t'll. somelKxly must have let
England -
comes a I For the next ten days I will sell I FOR THAT COLD. I L- AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
vtTBity. Two students ranged aKaIn: that: onl'lu're smoking; tro out a good

each other In debate prowery warm many times lfore you got It. I you any article now in stock at a I TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. I I

,; end took to commontliiit on each oth i discount of 25: per cent from the regular -, Cures ConsumptionCoughs WICKE & CO. .

fr's oratorical ninnnrr. on.. <'f them "The real wldonwale man about the Think of will
i price. it-you Colds Bronchiti? Asthma
poke with much emphasis: letting the fir'-t of the month," remarked the observer ,
save $i:!) on a diamond ring or pin
.t stress lit his voice fall i-\ilusivtly on of events and things, "was the PneumoniaHayFevorPleu-
i where at regular price it would cot Plumber Gas and Steam
certain nns"a scs. one who was tern ('Io'13srutiIiIzimig : risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness\ Fitter
See 25:
cents
$l His (ipiNitient\ opcnf-1 his spieehrmyIng. by his now neighbor's load of furniture to I Sore and ,
Throat Croup
"My friend on the negative 1I1'{> It there was a lawn mower ou the I every dollar's worth you buy. Now

thinks to win tln!' o1.oateby\ spoakinatxclamation ; a..,...,.-,. .. i U the time to buy your diamonds or Whooping Cough. No. i South Palafox Street.

marks and italics." watch or any other article in stock i NO CURE. NO PAY. All Kinds oi Plumbing and Gas! Fittings Materials Kept on Hand

The other could do nothing: at the a"f'.II'r.1I\ A\\lul Fate. very cheap. Call and examine I Pric 50c. andl. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. TEI.EPIJONiJ *215 '. P1.4rflI A. {.A, .

moment t" turn the laugh: which this "Everybody said I had conump- goods. Remember this offer is for

frxrch raiM-d. but wlu'ii his turn came tion," writes )11'1.. :Shield* of
only ten days. X f) trouble to show
lie ":;:t1t back" at his opponent with "WEEKLY 8CIIEDUJL.1 .A. : :
:i Chamb*burg. Pa.. "I wa !'o low goods. J. I. .STEPHENS. MAverySflCESSOR

this. retort: j after *ix months; of severe sickne, 112 outh Palafox street. I FOR STEAM DIVISIONPENSACOIiA ,
'My friend on the affirmative says I I II
: ciued by Hay Fever and Asthma I
---- : ELECTHICTK'UMIHA .
rpeak italics. 1 s-lumlJ s.iy that be : TO AVERY t; WoOLFOLK
i that fp.w'thoU ht I could get well, "
iis-s italics' In the way they art' u"odIn C.A.BTOrl.A. HAlLWAY COMPANY,
' the KuglKh! lliblo: -not to I'll1pha'izI\ I j! but I learned of the marvelous merit 3ears' !; : >!tas &W i IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
:'of Dr. Kind's New Discovery i for Trains leave Feneacola for tbe LUll I
l>nt to mark what is not original: and I Consumption. ued it, and was completely !! : 10l1!;; t"# Hayoo. Big liayou. Warrlngton, Jiavy Yin

Inl'plll'J.outh's! Companion. cured." For desperate Throat of and Fort Barrancas at HARDWARE.

I II and Lung Diseases it is the safet I 6'S) a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancai T:18a.r !
I' I 10:00a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancai: 10Ua.n
world and i
in the infallible
A Real Friend. cure The finest! line of umbrellas in the : 1:00 p.m.arrtat Fort Barraneai lUp n
I, for Cou2h Colds and Bronchial city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go lookat 8-SO p. m. arrive Fort Barrancai 4:15: p n ,. Iron, Nail Axe, KhovrR haw Mill and Steamboat
from and indigestion
"I sullered 'I
dypepia II.1 Affection Guaranteed bottles 50c.uui them. :15p.m. arrive at Fort Barraneai ':00 p B Supplies, Coofeiug and Heating Stovea, Faint Oils

for fifteen year," say W fl.OOTrial bottle free at W. A.D'Alemberte's - i "8t5p Trains! m.cave arrive ion at Kort Barraacailor Barrancai 8Up.D Penis ". Window l la.;... Guns, Pistols and Fi-hing Tackle.

T. Sturdevant of Merry Oak*, N. C. 121 South Palafox.OA.STOTIIA. i
We will launder your spreads! for cola at
'After I had tried many doctor. and 15 cent: each and make them look I] 7:15a m. arrive at Hensaeola. .-. *:OCa, B Agate and Tinware ana non' ernrnishillg Ooods.
like Star I 11 \)' m. arrive at Fentacola_ll: fi p.n
: p
uw. : Laundry.
medicines to no avail one of my :2-00 p. m. arrive at Feneacola_ X:40 f..DS I LrAGEXt05 FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANY-
i-ar, 1e K Yj a.e A'as Big'' ._.__ 5:43
friends persuaded me to try Kodol. th :)0 p m arrive at Pnsacola p a I Revere Giant Stitched
a-et 1:01 p. m. arrive at Feniacola,_ T.tap Belting, Northampton Emery
It gave immediate relief. I can eat I I 'J" CURE YOURSELF "8:'5 p. m. arrive at Feciacola.___ t.BOt I Wheel Co.. Laftin & Rand Powder Co.. Johnson's Kil-

almost anything I want now and my .'i crliEs Vc Bit O for unnatural !1 't3sturO&yi only souiine, Iron Kin? and 15uck :Stoves; and Rang, Wm.
digestion i good. I cheerfully ta 1 t.5 4.vi.Gu.szsci.4. discharge*,!DHummations, FAKE FOK Will DATS.Peniaeolato I Coups & To.'s Haw Hide Lace Leather, Masury's!
recommend Kodol.: Don't try 'I' irntationi ur olcrrationtof Fort Barrancai and return tt I Made Railroad Color
cure ftomich: trouble by dietine. I IUtli.Ainon hernVoo
That only further weakens; the *y- !. "m I'i LI> .;iID.tae u.-ru.u an for cou;h*. THEVI.SCHIVCLCO geutorpoi.uDouLeNrMATa. I\ niacola to palmetto Beacn and return II\ Masonic Temple. Pensacola. Fla.
4C9DAT ICHIDUDS.
sold b
'I Dtaiat4,
teni. You need wholesome, strengthening
ml in I weather the running c
U.8. or plaiu wrIrcr, When permits
food. Kodol: enables you to # J7 elpr,... prep ,1. fur coaches.
a!'-imilati. what: you eat by digt. < 4-, .5 'Circular It.91, ur 1 bvttlta. .rs. open PeD.lcol LT Yon Barranca : 'i
lent toCMICMCSTERS gue,$ L"ari W. B. COfflPflllY
ing it without the -tomielf aid t c8n ,! 9 a. m. id a, mIia.m. i WRIGHT>> ,

Hargis1 Pharmacy.: John Sheppard, i| ENGLISH :"I IJ ip.mIp.m m f
Sidney Kahn. !.ien tai*is on rvrrr box of the ppnaineLaxatie : 1p.m. Ip.aa. I\
Bromo-Quinine! Tablets r ENSYRQYAL PILLS! ip.ni 5-D' \ ) MASCFACrnRERS AND DEALFBS IN

If you wish the very lest the remedy that font a cold in ODe daj. .. .UrkI .4. iZI I.a.t. ,, ir'.m.Ip.m ; P.M parn. I = '--
4 ( ', ; LUMBER LATHS
:.... 'lIlflUYI'l: "
l'II.I
ice cream freezer at the very J ..." .., I. IUi' i- ; 1..1,1 ,'L" '". ..I<4 ,, @ p.w. Tp.m ,

", lowest price, the Willin Water coolers that do not ,-'I _,t.\-"i-tr II." -......."-". ..'..".hL-.o.: -.........,,..."..'...."...,.iI Ii'IlCh.r..., I I I eniaooato PAnt art TO Barrancai* iCKBAT N' ..J JwJi

waste ice at the Willis ...,,!.. ..J.Ik''''..I..... 1" -...":,.:'. 1 are and return_____ Hardware Co. can please \ v I oj"Ia.r r.rI .,11,.. .. to Paimeiio JJeaet 100d
"wr
l Hardware Co.'s. -\i Li. :",. 11": .. .......... "'''' .:. r. rettrll. ........_____ 11
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY JUNE 25,1902.

.

= The Kadlak Bear. GOLD DUST -

T largest knuwn living carnivorous ....... FIFTH SUNDAY
Is the Kadlak bear. Although Don't Use
3: i-ccst: creature la the western "Let tbe GOLD DUST twins do your work. ,

it. the KJuiak bear Into the !i ijtid ELIM ASSOCIATION

habitat of BUY animal inr.d. 1 ;3

; The island of Kadiak. Just (

i-storii", coast of Alaska. Is the | ._....; MEETING i '
ace w here it is found. The larf I I
c I ; .' --
f kilU-d! by a white man meas.ftien i StimulantsM
u -. feet In length and was six Z: The fifth Sunday meeting of the :t

f, ub at the shoulders. Standing Elim Association will be held with


nearly 5 bind twenty legs this.feet monster in the would air.- ii i i ii I the Pleasant Hill Church June 27, to bouy up weak, worn, tired-out stomachs Spur a tired. kit'!; :

!it ii.hM lu.juiror..sating II i j2S and 2'J. The program will be as horse-for moment he bounds

Ills Mate I II I 1 follows: a forward, then drops. : !;:!!l :

occasion at a crowded per- I I \ JUNE 27TH. Just so with a tired stomach. Stimulants forco : i.jj.Ii'';

at the Royal theater in Syd-
f Are you a save! to housework f I it to brief
a unnatural effort.
Then
\V., number of it com'l
a
s years ago I 8p.m.-Preaching: by liar J. H. collapses ; : :
.. uf sailors who had been drinkre COLD DUST I '
:s
:
,' seated in the gallery. Ones has done more than anything else to emancipate: MeAnally. pletely. It needs rest. ; ; .

balance and fell into the stalls. women from the baci-t>reakine burdens of tne ,
household.: It ceans: everytnire about the house- JUNE 28TH. By the use of Kodol 1
Cure
Dyspepsia food is
other Immediately cried, Inn 1 pot. pans is es. clothes and woodwork.: Saves your : ?
.,arJ.' and dived after his com- time, money and worry. I 10 a. m.-Called to order by the
With the proverbial luck of Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. digested without the stomach's aid. It builds the body \
up
Ch! j chairman No.
cazo. New York. Boston St Louis. ; song 101 in Gospel : "
tours the first escaped with Makers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP.
"i leg and the second. without f hymns ; 95th palm; and prayer by while the stomach gains fresh strength. Rest is nature's


WILL GRAFT CN NEW SCALP. Dr. D. C. Burson. greatest tonic. It soon restores health. It is not '

10:20 a. m.-Calling the roll of f necessary

im; Two Hundred Weavers Offer Pieces 01! ': churches and hearing reports from to diet. That only further weakens the system. Kodol : .1

l.h.VMXG CATARRH Their Skin to Save Girl's Life. !''each.I ,

A\u ut: 1 New York. June 24.-Two hundreemplojees -! I' Dyspepsia Cure will digest any kind of good wholesome '
ALING'S 'i I 11 a. m.-The work of the Holy ,
ui
i > of the American Felt Coin

; BALM pan. at Glennville Conn., have Volunteered j. Spirit ill the Churches, by Rev. W. food you want to eat. Cathartics afford only temporary *

GATA R na 4REStJ pint's of their skin to save j i B. Moritz and others. i I relief. t

the life of one of their fellow employ ;
AYFEVER2 j jes. i i I II :-li) a. m.-Has the church allY -,

:earn Balm The victim is Mary A d<1t. 1ft years scriptural right by which to govern "I had stomach trouble of four years' !

pll'lI.ant of age. weaver.. She had jut arrived its members? By Rev J. L. Bryars Made standing," says Geo. R. Colbath, Alpena, Mich.,
,
;. nsno at her loom and down I
drug. stooped and others 'which was so bad that at times I was forced ;
1 I L,"rlr- over her "threads" to oil some part To
}:111f COLD I IN HEAD of the machine when the loom started 12:30-Recess for dinner Digest to abandon my business and stay in bed.

tl I flcanti-s the Saul 1'a-.a t.y She raised her head and in an instant I !j 1:40 p. Devotional exercises At last I was induced to try Kodol Dyspepsia

tl.uiULKitUm me Ki tores, limit tinMiise and of I'roivct-Ta-ts the hair at her temples caught in tha 1! led by Jesse Jordan. Food. Cure, from which I received immediate relief

I."rg"i7. ::1411:. at 1'ruggl-t- by gear. Before anyone could roach h*r I "
and
few bottles
effected
1:5.p. ro.-Has a
.. size lOc by mail. she was lying on the floor covered a Missionary Bap a complete cure.
1t:1.IWTlIIm: !
tt siren :-trc\'t, cw Tot k. with blood. The hair on her head had tist church a scriptural right to re- | ;

---, been pulled off taking the scalp with
tale members in full fellowship who I I Easily Pleaned.

-: --:. -:; :X :=--+ It and part of one ear. Her condition I oppose supporting mission work The Host-I'm more than sorry, colonel OR. MOFFETT t Cures Cholera'Infants,' pft

Is serious, but the doctors believe she I' but you know I never have wineon DiarrhouD 'stntery,t&&
PUBLICITY FOR can be saved by skin grafting, aul By Rev. A. S. J. Countryman. I I my table When my children are -y j the Bowel Trouble of

the weavers have all volunteered till t 3 p. m.-Has the church the right I Ito resent : Children of Any Ago.gpf .
THE PEOPLE. furnish what Is needed ({ fd Aids' Digestion, RtgulaUJ
retain members who I The Colonel No offense sir. I'd just
sell taTrilNGPQWQLR
buy, i '
A)6) the Bowels.! Strcngthcu,
as soon hare whisky and ;water AS
taer) Word Costs You a Cent, Lost Man Heard from. I wolk and ride on trains on the Sab-1 I I'' ;Brooklyn Life.Chronic : Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, TEETHING SsItH. .:

:: and Every Word is HeadBy Charleston S. C., June 24.Solomon i j bath? By Revs. J. L. Bryars, J. II. i r, '' Or null 2i ceiu to C. J. MOFFETT M. D.. ST. LOUIS. MO.

: erjboJy. Rrllles, a prominent merchant ot MeAnally B. H. Skinner I. ('"IIcmb"", (.'a., .1"g. X4, IM??...
.
....... ....... ]! Spence, I bronchial troubles and C. J. 3lOFFF.TT-Dfar Doctor: lEe pare yourTKKTlll\A (Teething
....,, who
e ---;..,..---..:;.: :;.. + Georgetown, mysteriously disappeared Inintern) to our little grand t-liilil with the alpi..d
retntlt The vffeef
l J. L. Taylor, A. M. J. E. ''summer coughs can be quickly relieved
Lowery,
LLNI the latter part of April has :| were aliiWHttrevrertmeit. nnujh-nl, mitt certainly more vatittjurtoru than from aiiytliiliff

11IN1'l/U/ .. .. .... been heard from. It seems that under Holley, A. H. J. Countryman J. :: and cared by Foley's Honey Your t-eru truly, JOSEPH H. K K\, \
--- ---- # i i and Tar. W. A. D'Alemberte, 121: (lotr.WsIiop.Southern .?Idw'ltItmrdl..) l'ulltor/. Paul (Chitrtk

.., 1 T" LOAN-Onboasehoid furni- the stress of business troubles he wandered Fillingim, J. W. Day and other! T.1 S. Palafox. - -
'I .r.Tars, COWS and all kinds of per- ,, off. boarded a train landed in ; TIME TABLE
I iprrty. Terns easy Strictest I II \ 5 p. m.-Adjourn.
:anult..d. Apply to A. A. Fisher, I' a western city when he fell from a :

I'aUftiY street ,: street car and was for a number o! 7:45 p. m.-Song and prayer service! I( 'The Beer LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IS

I I weeks in a hospital. Upon his rt>cov. :,. led by L. C. Bowman. EFFECT DECEMBER I. 11101
i 1" I.t.N1)on unproved real es- -
M 1 nar.or mall amounts at low ery and discharge from the hospital I
:. -:. Call on L..-111! /<;. Brooks he himself in ;|.i. & p. m.-Hearing reports of our I ThatVICTORIA New Orleans and Mobile.
communication witb
put
Made@ --
.
at law :falufox til., Fisher
: :Smlnixt1) 1. his wife and he is now under her care, missionary, Rev. J. W. Day ; and No.' No.{. So.!. I No.8. I No.1 NoL
'I 1! 7:1: a 12:15 m'I 11:1) p Leave.._. Pensacola..Arrive 5:00 a' 4:01
: 11:00
rapidly recovering.How discussion by all. l 8:71 a 2:7p I 1:112 a Leave_.... Flomaton...... Leave 2I-) a:80 p p
:
III-IIAY-Uoyou need money? I I1e:\ )) a 4I"J 2 'ii Leave .. ._ ......_ p 7:25p:
p > a Mobile Leave ItSlI ,
n't'
ItUI
M D IRHEISS I tn I n fiOO
"..t.,1111 ea--st. I"Jfro1auy term and amount lowest you want rates.ibu.iabv to Avoid Trouble. !I 9 p. in.-Adjourn. i ij I R r r&M5& U ..........." Ijf.p: 7I'J: a l."a\'e..Sf' Orll'ans.. Leave- Mmlp 7:2ia: _p 'INort :

: : ,on improvfd city real : ".
; -f!. miVm.. tisiier, 21/4-* South 1'ala- Now is the time to provide yourself j I j JUNE 29TH. !I

In-tf and family with a bottle ofChr1mberllin' r -18I So.2, No. .. Ko. I ..
-- -- i! 9 a. m.-Bong and prayer service ; No.
: _.
1:05pm 12Ipm Leave. Penacola..Arrive ,
''I\ WANT To BORROW MONEY I Iv : ,; Colic, Cholera and I 4:00pm IIIJ.III
1 : led by D. M. Merritt. :15am 1I:5ip m ArrI\'e )lontgomery .1.I'ave 1I:15am ::85plB
''lI..n"y.lnure your property pro- !
Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost 11:59 am U:11opm Arrl\"e..Hlrmlngbam.I.'a1'e tIalam I
v .t. ae'. "f title.. buy or sell real es- certain to be needed before the summer :| 9:3oa. m.-Is the church | 1:1)) p 01 3:1'1 a m Arrl\"o.....Nashville ._Leave ..... ..... I! 405pm.. _
f have '
rrL
> i >y > any description responsible !'MADE 2i0:: am 9:19! : a 01 Arrive .... Louisville ._.Ll'ave U:15 01 ia5
r-1 iiMiur taxes attended to, is over, and if procured now BY p : a m
ACME
j BREWING
co. 7 'Oam
: 1I:5 a 01 Arrlve..l"loclnnatl.Ll'ave I
,. :
;., ', .r aiidres. I'h.is. C.'aUou 4 Co. ': for the Sunday school By J. | iJlJpm 11:15pm
7.s
lam .
_
may save you a trip to town in the 1Jlpm: Arrive.Rt. Lnul. Leave 4:1i pm HMpm _
ti.ath-at. and insurance Pensai' i
agents. night or in busiest season. It'! A. Godwin and others! BEST 10-CENT BOTILE I5EKU
a. t.a iiargfs: moderate. To everyonew your j 1 PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
i i :SVK a lot from us we will lend money is everywhere admitted to be the IN TOWX.IjDANNHEISSERBROS..
w x:. en to build a house. bd-tf1:1.4)CI most succeful! medicine in uefor; lu:20' a. in.-Who should first enlist ;! :<;0.21-1IaIlY No II-Dal1y I No stop where time not shown Xo. -Va1l1 INo. !2-Dally ,

bowel complaint, both for childrenand in the Hunday school work By E. j ji -- 1---- ,
11:55 pm 7OJ( a 01 Leave '..._ Pensacola., ....Arrive IOiO:
.. .. 1'1411 .../..\... .. _. adults. No family can afford to H. 'i AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATEDI 1::lii night 7:1!! ......... Bohemia.. ....... 10:17": pm 1IIJ 11:30 pm"
i Adkisson
---- -" U. H. Grimlar and
KKVTKIrK WHITE: will continuein be without it. For sale by all drug- i 12:2) Tae .. .... Ynlestra....._. II 10:84 II :Ol" t
.. 12:23" 7:11 II ._.._ .._. II
.in'i''IH. 12:1.: 7::5 II ... .._E5cambta.. Mulat .......... II 108"10st" 645 f :1I7"' ,
-unday 12:811" T1! II .. ..... Harp ..... ..... II 10:21 II
v .ralbt church, assisted by MissWtiit. 1 The speakers: will be limited to ten i j Main House Ujtl" ,. ..........n. f ::IO'
I who! hai recently returned I 1'yny-lSnUam Keneve Kljlit Away' -401 S. Palafox street. 7:3.i": G.ltCity ......... 10:15 II f ::!7"
12:51 7sa II ....... .... .._. II
i Maui In coon.etton with the eloIH tad cukes cud couju and coil. minutes each. 1 R. R. --.Milton 10:10" IIM: II
s;>ecUf Exchange-Opp. Union
: will teach ..cbool."II' I Depot 1IO! am..... ".. .....Good Range_. II ...... II 4:1\5"
Monday.lure\ 23 summer They have alio I P. 0. Box 281. Pensacola, Fla. 1i5": .t5" ...... .... Holts .... ..._. U\5"! 4.55 "
11:20 a. Missionary Hermon by 2M ........
'
9:1):
_.
_
tie: services of Miss Emma: Owens, EnOllrpj/f'Dlent.. Phones 116-268. : .1111I1gan 520! II 4:11 II
"'.>J lessons in t 2JJ"::; 8:3'1 II ..._Crt'stflew._ U:18"
a artist who will give Rev. B. H. HklDner of Atmore. fUO"(
mj and penmanship to their reeular j I sea 1" 8 51 ..._...leer Land "'_ !IM" 1I:3t"
No extra charges I''j2wI'OIt 12:20 m.-Collection for mis- 1I1I" Pli II II Mossy head 8:+) 1I4.i
p. foI": U8. .LeiantakSprtngs.. "
8B" "
;
.rij 1 1of 4:1'1": :U" Argyle _._ II Zf'
.. 7:44
HA.l i': sions. 261 II
: It's a Mistake 442: ) :1I7' .....Ponce de Leon_ 7:9 II
-- 5:00" IOi'J' .. .. rat
WenTllIe. ,__ "
M !.t'H COWH-1 will baa carload 1 12:30: p. ui.-Recess for dinner. I IIIJII" 1>1.15' a' .. ,_ C'aryvllle.._ 7:11"711" I f55 H
II
ue one Wednesday July !5. Theyin 534 : ) 1:4g:
IJ:$ __ _._ "
".1 our term at Athens. Ala., and all j : 2:20::! p. m.-Song, "How Firm aFoundation'by II:.)) 11)t7.. n ......_...Cblpley lonlt3Y.. ._. 6:55:37"" I 1:2f:,,. "to
v.uinif calves. Several of them are a; I First-Class Western Beef Is 6a) 11:111" _.....Cottondale...._ 6:19 II I:
I
iiiooded Jer<..v'l. ThU 'tuckcan beat the choir and prayer 7:1t 1l:::\ .h...... larlanna ........ f\IJI" I 12$9 noon
.. our rlII" CI' on East Bill Will by T. W. Ficklin. 7SO". 11:41 .! ........ II:!!'! II U:4.'i 1 :lf"
21jlwI Not 25 Cents a Pound. 7tO. 1l:5! II ._Grand Rldge_ sr 2 II 1Ij a"IB
7:59 "' 1:15 nooo .... .. I5nead "
,Wit M.\LE-Tse most desirable lot in 2:30 p. m.-Preaching by Rev. J. 11:15" 1115" Arrive-RI7erjnnctlon..Leave 11:11" 10:50' '
I filo" i ,
the city on .-a,y terms by the KUherHeal I 10:40"
Estate Agency :204:, houth falafoxitreet. \V. Day. i I Look at our Prices : ----------_-..:= -- --.-- --- -- !!: .I
lialml
:3:20 p. m.-Adjourn. : La-tyear. Now i }=(GOLA=OtI I
'''r itiit- Extra Loin . .. .. ..15c to ISc 2uc CHOICESTOF '
..... -'" --- 7:43; p.m.-Prayer service, U. H. Round .. .. .... .. 15c; loc
|'NI:: olt TWO nicely furnished rooms atc Grimlar.b I Brisket and Chuck. be luc I Grist and Corn Meal Mills, -

South Spring street. aUtf Rib Roast . .. . loc lye '

Help \\';ilito.l-.Male.: p. ia.-Preaching by Rev. J. YV. Rump ... .. .. 15c 15c : ]8. F. GONZALEZ t 4 CO., Prop i, f FRWT8 AND CONFECTIONERY(
Day. I
Considering quality, above prices Manufacturer
.
.I \ TtII-: )I\'o to learn barber trade: .
\ \ .eadul: <1 chance otlered now by short 8DO; p. m.-Adjourn by singing :; are cheaper than in any other city of CHOICE MEAL AND FCUEGKOUKD -AT- J
: lOrouxh method, t'llht"I' kl! ri .. r this size in the country. .1'.1'r STOCK
FEED.
i Steady practice, expert Iustras't'tures c- -God be with You
.s1 Till We Meet We do have to pay more for our :
i tools presented: waxes Hat. J Patronize Home Industry, for there II.. C. APOSTLE'S
.1 -. positions guaranteed. Write todn Y. again." meats and have to charge more every reason you should buyyonr Meal and i ,
tiMber t'olltge, New Orll'lIu.III. i than formerly, but it i*n't our fault, Block Feed from the Home Manufacturer

J21tfNTKD Benediction by Rev. J. L. Bryars. !!' and we are selling as low as we possibly lor try.by Yoor so doing money you U encourage left in the borne community Indni- 14 East Gormt St. ';

\ -A !good solicitor; will pay I A cordial invitation Is extended to can. and you In torn are indirectly benefited. ,
U Loud conimissioa to right one. Acl-, Dilatory I/iver My Income Is small In fostering tbe home manufacturer you Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand
all to attend this PARLOR MARKET contribute to the cause o( labor. You owe
II Ibis office. matt meeting. ,
carl and perhaps It Is cruel of me to take
I i!lit to the community In which you lire and One carload of Pineapples at 11.75 I'
N'ANTL U. 1 you from your father's root. I D. li. MEBKITT, I Phone 173. .J IIU. S. Hell & SUII", i 1 which contributes to roar support. to 2.00 per dozen.

The tirl-Iut; I don't lire on the roof. ,
-- -- P. M. PBITCHETT, Chairman. '
\ \ \:0:; rtI-/<' \'' young men from Ksmlna I- Chicago American.
\ county at once to prepare for Secretary.
"- in the Government Hervice. Ap- GO
.:a-l5tI\t6lorn lust., Cedar Rat Cause For Regret T014 '.
t;J hn' 1 "I never was any pooil at a bargain:" \:

\ i.K WAN"TKI> bya willinij 15yeart she exclaimed: disappointment.: GOOD
HEALTHCan
\
..., "0)'. \'ou'l1l1nd Lim at >o. I. "]K'en cheated again?" asked her bus. :
ardvti itreel. jUtf F. I
baud.k only be obtained by keeping E.
-- --- BRAWNER'S.
\\' kpostle's\ I'Kli-Fresh yard eggs at Slc "Yes," she said, "I have and It's all the blood pure and the diges- I i l }

Kestaurant. the fault of you and the baby too. It lion perfect. For this purpose ,

\\ iTtlJ-AII kindi ot emoty beer i I Ibottld. cost so much fur the doctor last year AoSTETTEK'SSTOfACHBITTERSwas !

i B.A.KBIIDMAN. norttfMI last l made an arrangement with Dr. introduced fifty years ago, -For Seven Days we will Offer the Following Prices- :f 1'
.
:
-- I {0*
and it is
i to-day
recognized as
Fqullls: to give us whatertr fitter: :;
.AR"It1111"(1. 'I the leading health restorer in :! ,
we needed for a stipulated sum, 1':1Y'I' '
.- ----- the world. It will cure DYSPEPSIA 20 doz Men's French Neck, drop2(1)> Pair Men's New Orleans Sewed You II
\\ \ i fruitworthy person in each able monthly, and there hasn't It-en aMt stiched, undershirts for 2c: drawers should look at our line of ) 'j1-
.it> to manage business! old estab- BILIOUSNESS FLATULENCY ; or Cable Screwed Shoes, for this sale, Ladies' High and Low Cut Shoes. \
of sickness in the house since. Nothing :
match.
solid Financial MALARIA to
ouse standing: AND FEVER AND $1.20; solid leather. We can save
,bona. fide weekly cash salary (ISv di.-acrees with th? baby any more, AGUE. Try it. 25 doz Men's Fancy Striped Lace you money. I 11.

> -. i nvl ok each from WI'dnI'8daY.1IItb headquarters: money all..l- and as for 'ou-well., if } 9U don't catch and Plain i Silk Finished: Balbrigan 173; Pairs Men's Hand Sewed Viol 1,0jo yards Lawn, fast colored, s;

> 1: for expenses! Manager, :37l rax- cold or get the ?grip or sprain your an HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH Undershirts: at 45c each ; drawers to Kid Shoes in four ditlerent shape worth 8'i'c, to close at 5c yard. j, :

ding, Chicago. J 7s A m I wv Lie or something }'ou're a mean hateful I BITTERS. match. toes ; regular: $1, for this sale $2,9ia i>OO X-Bar Muslin, regular "c
--- -'-- I pair. goods, to close at
I'1)U L ritV. wretch and I v\on't believe you love ,, doz Men X-Bar Undershirts! ff! c yard. t10 -

.- - - ......... me at alL Just think of paying out all 1 I worth 50ct for lOc; drawers to match. I have bought the fall line of 1,000 yards Unbleached Domestic r f.'i:
\.o-l.K! : COMB Levyto close l
BROWN LKGHORX8u at i'c! \
:ively. stock and Egg! for sal". that money for nothing!"-Chicago 25 doz Men's Scriven Patent, seam Pou Co. boys' shoes that I will close 1 o(>I) yards Best Check J iil
.
v -ders at Willis: Hardware Co>. Its tt Tost .. !I I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. side drawers, worth roc, for this sale out at cost. fast colored Gingham, ''fl
I 35C. regular 7c goods, for l1 f

HAIll..... OiOODH.M I 'I ; 125 pair Boys' Easy: Walkers, reg- this sue oCt i; ,
i ::5
2S doz Extra
Boys Size Pant
. Whooping j j 12 to ular 6oc' 10 pieces White and Red Table
Cough.
':y i\RAH BEIRE-; anufacturer W. C. ROWE M. D.of goods, to close at sic pair. I y
I ; 17 years worth II a pair, for this sale Linen
ft. d dealer In Hair Goods, Hats Toilets < My little son had an attack regular! 40c goods, to close at f-i
I t': '. Hair Oil, etc.,8'11 W. Governmentl'or whooping cough and was threaten i Office: ITS S. Palafoz. 1 II! oOc. I 75 pair Men's Low-Cut Patent 25c yard. No one over 5 yards. I i !;j
j I: We carry a full line of Boys' Wash > Leather Shoes we have been 30
Ted with pneumonia but for Chabetlain's selling pieces Medicated 21-inch
; m Honrsirom9to9sAa.mandlto8p.m Cotton 't.f
Pants. r
Call and
them.
1 lutvvvet 1-' incra..h Cough Remedy we would' and after 7 o'clock see 1at f2.50 pair, to close at $1.75 pair. Diaper, worth boc, for this sale 60c. : :
I :
; :- : have a serious time of it. It also -
N'ERS FOR KL'SERALS fnrnlined : .
K Phono or;. .
c mptly In bouquets or special designs 'saved him from several attacks of I IPARKER'S I This Sale will
l' "., v ilette, Moreno, 323: : Welt Gregory croup.-H. J. STRICKFADEN, editor ) I Positively Not Run Longer Than Seven Days. ; ; -;
:V :9dlm Worltl-HtraM Fair Haven, Wash. ,

t'U'l- 1 PLU\\'EH- --- For sale dealers.by all druggists and medicine ClMUf HAIR ud bcuUiM BALSAM th* htlfc Remember the place F E. Brawner's Candidate for 1

:. !t' rLOWERS and Floral Leslgnii : Promote luuMM growth.Hever County Treasurer '
'1 niaidesl red for customer* :1 r il. to Bettor Grail I
Violette Moreno | I Know One Sure Remedy Hair to !t. Youthful Color.
828 Welt ,
Oregory.
r CVM .Km-p d Miet ft baa<*-"g
mlm I! lit aa ototiute '. .Iu tame U FMjr-EaUaoi ....and fl ooM Dru .. I 1 lO 5 ,SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. @ rTAI







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DAILY NEW: PENSACOLA/FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY.- JUNE 25, 1902 .




TWO DOZEN AT ATTACHED THE DRESSMAKER'S "Stro eSt t in t th 'Worlf['!



!! f r. Politics andPoliticians l THE MEETING GATE RECEIPTS PATRONS LOSE The 42d Annual Statl'menll"r Peer


Ending December 3lsr. taut!
catered at the Post Office at Pensacola, fl MATERIALS of
cond-class matter.
Fte i I An even two dozen sat throughthe At 10:30 o'clock last night the entire -- 1 THE[ [EQUITABLE
jj l[
. I'al&fos OFFICE street:-ntt'i np-itairs.Building, :211,4 South session of the Cosmopolitanclub gate receipts amounting to about \

I : & {30, was attached at Kupfrian's park BY HER SUDDEN DEPARTURE ON
last night, and the lack of en-

; THE NEWS .PUBlISHINC CO. thusiasm was painfully and woefully by Constable !Blocnmb and deputies, THE NICHT TRAIN FOR LIFE[ ASSURANCE I t[ SOCIETY\[

The meeting of the Democratic who served a paper upon the management -
I Terms: Invariably in Advance. apparent. Nineteen of the attend ,

I On Year by Mail.. __ .__.$5 00 i ia League at Clutter's hall tomorrow ants sat inside the ball and five sat issued for Wade Harvey, OTHER FIELDS. Assets .... ...... .. t:. ,' ..,1.

.___
! Bis MoDbi ? 15u night promises! to be interesting. colored,who had a claim against the Reserve and other Liabilities -
.I One Week,by Carrier, l'ayabl81\IODday IUidrtiiising or stood on the sidewalk in front of .... ... .... .. . .
27.
There will be some warm speeches, association giving the picnic for $75. "v
j fates Furnished on Application the hall,"'to get some cool air, as Mrs. Kendricks, who has been -
I as usual. All democrats are invited. All the funds in sight were raked in Surplus(from which Dividends -
one of them said. He meant the well known here for some time as a
..
.
TELEPHONE NO. 118. are paid .. .I 7,
official.
the 'i:
"air" inside was naturally oppressive ,- by the ,.
f Democratic League speakers have dressmaker, left the city on
When the process was served a Paid to Policy-holders in
been campaigning in the country this and had no reference to the north-bound train last night with 1901... ...... ..... .. .J ,- ,
the and _
near gate
good crowd was
UiviOtJ L.>;BEt week. Tonight they will address speaking. every evidence of having carried New Insurance in 1901. .$ L.i. ,-

f, the McDavld. President Radclifle' and Secretary the celebration came near ending with her in her trunks materials be- Total Insurance in force
voters at
right there. After a short time the Dec. 31, 1901.... .. .}! .-, '
' seats on the platformand ::
Hayes occupied longing to some of her patrons, one
PESSAOOLA, JUNE 25, 1902. little unpleasantness was forgottenand Notwithstanding the ;great.,. fi
1 The manly, clean but vigorous about the most important thing 411'
of whom, advised of her intentions, cial strength of the Society .
tj until after al> i ,
held
merriment P
j -- campaign being conducted by Scott they did was to keep cool. sway succeeded in recovering materialsin greater security which it- 'v.

f TEl latest/id! the monogram shirt- M.Loftin, candidate for legislative Speaking was done by Judge midnight. holders thereby enJoy.. the It\ n::;
its
i waist. For particulars apply to the her hands by insisting upon are LOW and GUARANTEE 1et.
serious nature
t fashion editor.A honors, is making him new friends Beggs, Ed. Pooley and others, the Disorders of a were removal from her baggage at the depot ter than given by other c.n:.. It'KSOn'LES -

every day. Even his opponents con- few having been disappointed at not not reported, but as usual a numberof and another secured similar

,
XETIKEI army officer who has cede that he will be elected by a hearing a piece of oratory from officers were present to quell any-
property by visiting her residence BUGS.
torn the
returned Philippines .
1. just I
thing that would be liable to lead to
good majority. Judge Avery, as had been advertised. -
solution of the
t proposes as vexatious before her departure therefrom.

. ; problem the sale of the islands Mr. Avery was elsewhere de- anything serious. Mrs. X. Weiland had had in Mrs. Gl'neratIl'ntll

t to Japan. Now let the diplomats Henry C. Clopton, the farmer candidate tained on more important business.A Filthy--Temples--in-India. I Kendricks' hands material for awaist 309 8. Palafox St., PEN> v

t put in their work and the democrats is also daily gaining !{
round'i motion to endorse candidates
!Sacred cows often defile IIndian; I she was to make for something
r way be minus one campaign issue He will poll a big vote in ) .
was killed. it having been shown temples, but worse yet is a body '
in I'M. If the I like two and a half months. Hearing FISH CHOWDER\
j country vote stands by him that's I'
'
that no caucus on the matter had pointed by constipation.Don't
I I that Mrs. Kendricks intended
1 he will be elected. I
THE Htark Telegraph is the only permit it. Cleanse your system
been held and was therefore fnadl -
1 newspaper in the state that has de- I Their utter failure to find any l. visable. I with Dr. King's New Life Pills 'I I leaving town, Mrs. Weiland and her I!i BY THE SEA SHORE

clared against the reapportion- and avoid untold misery. They :husband called and demanded the I

t ment which should have been madein I Haws in the public or private recordof I Senator: Mallory's letter addressed I I give lively livers, active bowels ,; return of the goljt1.Ir.. Weiland ,

iy.lj, aud which three sucees-ive Hon. Wm. B. Lamar has made to the president, thanking his club I j good digestion, fine appetite. Only :i At the Santa Rosa St.:"
was obliged to go with her to the
legislatures have: failed or refused to I frantic some cf the supporters of !; for its consideration of him was read I'J2-j cents atl; W. A. D'Alembertes' I i establishment, the u<>t> '
where she took the
make. Bradford county is one of drugstore, 121 t S.: Palafox. depot goods
Hon. Fred T.Jyeri; in this county I by the secretary.The Frank Maura, will give ,
those which, under reapportionment, I from one of her trunks and returnedthe
and in their desperation they are meeting was held in the hall celebrated fish ,
lose of its membersin chowder- \ -
would one two : 'SPANISH STEAMER same to him.
Hinging mud at some of the people of Chase and Cevallos
the lower hoime. Should it not at the corner day at 5 o'clock p. m. 01.
I As she still protested that she did
be satisfied with having enjoyed for who are ;supporting Gen. Lamar. streets, and it would not have been I shore beach. The steam I
not intend leaving and left the depot
REPORTED ASHORE -
six years one more member than it But the only result is that they are j I known on the other side of the street prise will leave Palafox
was justly entitled to, while other Mr. Weiland waited at the des II w
j defiling their owu hands, disgusting that the unless
j meeting was on a -- 2:30
counties, as justly entitled to three s i pot until train time and saw her p. m. every Sunday.
their own friend, and making votes look was cast in that direction. Prescott of the
members, have been forced to content II Captain Morgan take the train. I I
t for Lamar, who is conducting a I You never heard of any om.
themselves with two? Line steamer El Dorald arrived
:. yes- I Mrs. P. Stone had previously visI i:, FoleyV Honey and Tar and II''
J I clean: open, manly campaign. lleieals a Great Secret.It terday at New Orleans and reportedthat I ing satisfied. W. A. D'Alem
.A CIt;NT ItKMKDIKS AGAINST
I ited the house and recovered goods
is often asked how such startlingcures : 121 S. Palafox street.
f Tlll'STS.If The Democratic League campaign that puzzle the best physiciansare on June 21,when off the Florida :j belonging to her. -- -

effected by Dr. King's New Dis- coast he I CONCERT AND ,
sighted a large Spanish DANCE !
ever the oppression of the tru=te workers are waging this battle under -I covery for Consumption. Here's the I It is rumored that Mrs. Kendrickshad

I should reach the people of Florida I the banner of Purity, Progress secret.: It cuts out the phlegm and steamer ashore and several wreck- in hand considerable amount of I. MAGNOLIA BLUFFTHl'RSf-\

!. with such force as to demand drastic germ infected mucus, and lets the ing boats were then on their way to I I NIGHT. TRAINS AT 8, 8:3o A s D
and Publicity.; They are with the I life-giving oxygen enrich and vitalize I valuable material belonging to Mrs. j 19. LAST TRAIN RETURN* U I
I measures of local relief, there will render assistance in to
people and for the people. They are the blood. It heals the inflamed, response a I Keazie, wife of the commanding officer 11:50. TICKE TB 25 CENTS -. .
.,'f be no need to rely upon the federal cough-worn throat and lungs. Hard display of distress signals. The vessel -
courts or the enforcement of federal i satisfied to go before the people upon II colds and stubborn coughs soon I at Fort Barrancas, who telephoned DEPOT.

anti.tru.t statutes. An ancient but the merits and records of their can- yield to Dr. King's New Discovery, displayed signal letters which I last night from there that
the most infallible for all I Grass Shears that will cut
remedy read "Send assistance to me as soon :
none the less f ITecti ve remedy exist, I
didates. They have not found it Throat and Lung diseases. Guaran- she or some one for her would come close at the Willis Hart-
" and any circuit grand jury is compe- I teed bottles oO and $1.00. Trial I as possible." ,
necessary to, nor will they, assail c up to the city this morning to inves- Co's.
tent to act for the protection of the : bottles free at W. A. D'Alemberte's, Some apprehension is felt here ware
interest. and rights of the people.At the personal character of people who i 121 !South Palafox street. II tigate.It .
i! over the probability that the distressed Foley's Honey and Tar contain
least, thU appears to be the existing are ;supporting the opposing candi is said that Mrn. Kendricks' no opiates and can safely be givei.

situation.By dates. ANNUAL I steamer was one of the fleet trunks were checked to Montgomery. to children. W. A. D'Alemberte.
I" MEETING route to Pensacola several 121 H. Palafox street.
the unns of the act of X ovem- en now .

bet 6, b:&, Mill in force, "the com- All the candidates: that can now I being due. ----------

mon and statute laws of England OF SOHOOL BOARD ,
go before the primaries have an- FINE STATIONERY. Gus fl. Soderliod
which ire of a general and not of a Shake Into Your Shoes ,
nounced. The campaign is on in --- -
local nature with certain excep- I Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It
earnest. It rests with the people E painful smarting feet C. V. Thompson, No. 11 South i ...THE TAILOR
tions relating to vested rights) arehereby The annual meeting the cara- cures nervous ,...

declared to be of force in this I who shall be chosen to fill the various bia School Board will be htldIon- and ingrowing nails, and instantly i Palafox street, has just opened anew i
takes the sting out of corns and bun- j :$OH \\KST GOVERNMENT ST.
state," provided the saute are not in- otlice Neither this writer nor day afternoon, and the superintendent ions. It's the greatest comfort discovery { supply of Linen and Bond I
*istent with the of the Allen's Foot- Will for the next 30 days make suit
con constitution and the faction of the age. Papers, white, blue and gray, with
party with which I
statutes of the United States today is getting things readyfor Ease makes tight or new shoes feel J : at 2o per cent less than regu'prices .

of Florida. And or I he is working assumes to dictate to I the meeting, which is one of !1 easy. It is a certain cure for sweating >i Envelopes to match, Oxford sizes; I :
.
provides for the punishment the eamo of statute common I any democrat how he shall vote. i I great importance, as the opportion- ( ,. callous Try it and tol hot<(),. tired Sold, aching1feet. by all I also Foreign Mail Tablets with Envelopes i :Dying Dying Men u wuits Men's Ladies'Haiti team MUltI Cleaned ......$1.10(1 to''<

law olfen.es. The common law The Democratic League speakers inK of funds and the assignment of I{ druggists and shoe stores. Don't i to match. Ink, Pencils, I II Ladtes'6uttseteamCleaned ..75ctof

ie iimilarly in force in i{ accept any substitute. By mail for i i25c. Penholders, Blankbooks Files I Men's Tousers Meaui Cleaned ..
Georgia.Jades have presented the merits of their the scholastic etc.,
teachers for coming I
Hint Now
; ; in stamps. Trial package FREE | : is the time to hav

Harrow the suprior courtat I candidates, they have called atten- year will be among! the items of I! Address! Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, etc., always on hand. I your winter Clothing: put in got, i i
Savannah has charged the grand N. Y. shape. This offer is for thirty day
Phone 234.PENSACOLA. ;
tion to the public record of the .
jury to investigate whether the opposing business. I I only. Mention you saw the adv-

trusts have been guilty of either of candidates. With these lights It is the declared intention of the tisemeut in THE DAILY NK
I FIRST TRAIN CLASSICAL SCHOOL otherwise the regular price will '
tjie common law ol7euses of "fore- before them the
people are fully board to employ as many teachers as I ; charged.

stalling! ," "rejrriitiug" or "engross |Iiug. competent to judge who will best I II possible during the next term, and -- I II I, _
." The first named he defined as i I I WELL PATRONIZEDThe Thin Annual Se>i.inii Begins September -- h
represent their interests in the hallsof usual will be made in
"the buying, or contracting for, any the great care I 1:;. liiU'J. and Kiuls I 134 134 134 134 134

/HtlE', merchandise or victual, com congress or legislative halls. asigninatutors and making the ap- i June 1::, 10O3. 'i; ..tr.'o.t';>".... ..&-. -. .f

ing in the way to the market; or THE POLITICIAN. propriations available go as far a? first late train of the dummy I{ I 134 f -S- 134

didruadnu' persons from bringing Virulent Cancer Cured. possible and thereby aid as many as line which was run last night was I| The aim of this school is to pro I .'; Andtrson's Telfphone, .

t persuading their g 1.tI"f them provisions to enhance there the, or I Startling proof of a wonderful ad- possible. encouragingly patronized, and the i i i COLLEGE vide thorough PREPARATORY HIGH SCHOOL and in- '',I 134 y It Is for T tu1'1''c V.e; 134

price when there; any of which vance is given by druggist G. W. From the present outlook a great officials of the company were all struction.interest to three The school classes I is::: of epecial'l I I g t tyr y-.'V'. or'J. w.

practices make the market dearer to Roberts of Elizabeth, W. Va. An many new teachers will be given well satisfied with the venture. ''I 1. Those who having; completedthe 134 134 134 134 134IBICYGLESU

the fair trader." "Engrossing) ," he I old man there had lon sulfered with employment. One of the company's officers said grades of the public school wish

1 defined a* "the getting into one'stI I what good doctors pronounced incurable that the to pursue their studies further with- I I
as soon as possible
,
company
I II out lEaving home.
I cancer. They believed his:: ALL WHO UK ATOMIZERS in I i jw >c j>. *
1it'i'I'III1I or buying up large quantities I case hopeless till he used Electric tieating nasal catarrh will get the I intemlpd to secure the services of a I 2. Those who wish, with the aid i i,
of corn or other dead victual-, of the careful individual attention
with Intent to sell them again." Bitter and applied Bucklen's Arnica -. best Balm.result Price from, including Ely's Liquid spraying Cream bras band and have muicon evervi i! that can be given in smaller classes ;

"nt' Salve, which treatment completely I I I and free at j jI and a longer session, to advance 1
ratln IS "to buy, as provision I tube, 75ct; Sold by druggists or Tuesday Thursday night | l
cured him. When Electric Bitters mailed Bros. 5t Warren. more rapidly than is possible for
?, in order to sell again in or near I I by Ely > the beach. Thee concerts will them in public schools.
are u-ed to expel bilious kidney New York.
,
t the fame market or fair, for inordinate I : Those
i iI i 3. who are fitting them.
Orleans >) next
and 1 New Sept. 1,1K! J.I probably begin Tuesday night.
microbe
gain by increa-e in price." poisons at the same t I Messrs. ELY BROS: -I sold two selves for college. i i"ir vvvvvvri
What the Savannah jury will find time this salve exerts its matchless bottles of your Liquid Cream Balm I! Bathing facilities are also a probability -I, In addition to the usual instruction 1!I Ii

todounder Judge; B.irrow': healing power, blood diseases, skin to a customer, Win. Lamberton,1415 I as soon a* matters can be got :!i, in English, Mathematics, His-
charge I
eruptions, ulcers and sores vanish. : DelachaNe St., New Orleans; he has tory, Geography, Latin, etc.,in truc- Big Stock All Kinds :
will be an interesting development, I 1: used the two bottles, giving him I ten in shape._ tion is olfered, 'if/f rjrlrn tuition
and Floridians may well considerthe : Bitters> Salve 2.c at W. A. D'AI. wonderful and most satisfactory result -- in Orefk, French, German and Span- : All Prices !

tide of similar methods in this. emberte'r, 121 South P .lfox. | GE". W. MeDfFF. i-h. The school is conducted at the
State.F' :1 i Pharmacist. : BATHE AT BOCART'SBATH corner of West Gadsden and Spring

-- --- CONCERT AND DANCE .\Ti -- -- street3, In a building which is to ,
----
Of All Hot Weather Enemies i IAGXGLLBlXFFTHUR.fAY JOHN FRERE'S HOUSE be the arranged needs of to the adapt school.: it especially to l [EDISON ij r PHONOGRAPH ij ij r !

| NIGHT. THAIXHAT b, t :30: AND
t of humanity cholera is the worst. > The number of pupils in attend-
Treatment to be effective be !). LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT -- ance is limited. Hence those deir- !
must '
prompt. When vomiting, purgingand ll:5: l. TICKETS 23; CENTS AT I DEATH INVESTIGATED ing admittance should communicate I! Music Free With Each Machine

sweat announce that the disease !i DEPOT. : AND HELP THE WOMAN'S HOME : as early as possible with the Princi !

is present, combat it with Perry I, --- I pal.For Fishing Tackle,
' Davis' Painkiller. All bowel i further information: terms and
ti troubles FAMILY SEASON TICKETS ALL THIS WEEK.
like diarrh 'a: cholera mnrbu 1! The death of John! Frere at New ., catalogue, addressH. Base Ball
and dysentery are overcome by Pain I CLAY ARMSTRONG, ,
i AT SICARI'S BATH HOUSE | Orleans Monday was attendant with Principal. orPERCIVALH.WIIALEV.
% killer. It is equally health-prouiot i I
the of Mr. Bogart
Through courtesy Tennis
jog in all climates.PROFESSIONAL. i such suspicions circumstances! that JR., I ,
-- -- I I his bath house will be tamed : A-sutaut.
'II Frank Sigari will i issue 100 family the contents of his stomach were I Ping Pong.
CHIROPODIST I i over to u representative of the
season tickets for baths at his splen- submitted to Dr. Metz, city chemist, STEEDMAN STEEDMAN !

f E. St. Clair Thomas will remove I did bath: house for a family of one I Woman's Home this wek, and i I Big Repair Shop!
i the and Dr. Metz
coroner ha
by now
: That i is the 5c with
!, ; Cigar the Band.
to three at $1.50 for the
corns, bunions and ingrowing! nail season and all the profits of the business for

without pain or blood. Will call at for a family of from'three up for two the matter in hand. that period will go into the treasury I See Premium List. I Can Repair any old thin;;!

t residence if required. No. 5 21 I dollars. Thee season tickets will One physician, who was called to For biliousness use Chamberlain's
your I' of the Woman's Home. Ladies who And fit
Keys to old lock
South Palafox street lojltn I entitle the family to bathe whenever attend Mr. Frere at the time he was I Stomach & Liver Tablets. They any
they wish the wish to help a worthy institutionwill I cleanse the stomach and regulate
throughout .
ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT eason.I I found in a comotose condition, declared the liver and bowels, effecting a
1 23jlw: take their salt water baths atBogart's B. Bruee
GARFIELD ICE CO'S. that he found traces of acute quick and permanent cure. For F.
.THE _. sale ,
week. Gentlemen
i I -- I next too by all druggists ana medicine
--
------ I poisoning, and this brought the cor- dealers.
tr STEEDMAN CIGAR i is growing i Hood's Pills I are invited to give th ir patronage. i
oner into the matter. 15 8. Palafox.All .
in popularity. Save the i i ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT

Bands and be rewarded.Do I Po not erij!
canal. They aa gently yet Fred Frere of Pen*lcoh.I ''grass grow. You can buy kinds chairs and
promptly, cleanse effectually and i of
ycu want a magnificent!: watch I I keen cutting Lawn Mowers i
Fishing tackle ofall kinds
for little money? If !o. call on I rocking chairs at Marston
Give Cleaning ladies skirts and waist
Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate Comfort and Grass Shears from the and crab
.''j is one of OT specialties. !Star: LaaaI I' good nets at the $ Quina's. Prices are very
l;, yoo.m SaM by aU druggists. 25: cei.ts. I dry. "I Willis Hardware Co's. I Willis Hardware Co's. low.






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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY JUNE 25.1902.

t
3XTo. OOO3.W. IIi

C. O'NEAL, President; CAPTAIN WHITEREDUCED
F. C. HORTON, Cashier; 1

S. J. FOSHEE,Vice-Preaidenti; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. i;
IN RANKThe I


AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF i I r-1 ;

board of public safety met i

yesterday afternoon and for two J ; ,

PENSACOLA, FLA. hours was kept busy hearing evidence I; .I

for and against Deputy Marshal <&5 5SH5H5SS E5E5S5H5H5252S 1 :


Has the LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK* of any bank in the State White and Patrolman Fonde- ....- -- -- ........ --- -""""- -- ...... J .
billa for alleged neglect of duty.

prompt, courteous and careful attention given to all business en- Deputy Marshal White was reduced .EXTRA SPECIAL. .

in ranks and given the position .. .

trusted to its care. of turnkey. The charges against

Patrolman Fondebilla were .
proven

-t PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. of and the be board.was reprimanded upon a vote Half= Price Sale !


Frank D. Sanders who hid been
,
B. H. FAIRCHILD, National League with such a record -
." Leever's friends here read f" one of the city's special: officers was

u pnOx..STEH.EH.: with great interests his great feat of soc1g1yEyETs ul elected to the office of deputy mar- .MONDAY TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY.

... ...
38 EAST ROMANA STREET. Saturday, when his work caused the shal. Milton Frank, formerly turn- ,

Work and Refinishing Furniture a St.: Louis team to be defeated.
Cr it key, was chosen to the office of

Specialty.Pliorio The ladies of the Grenada kraP AND m 1
special officer.
PERSONALSNRev. SEASON'S UNUSUALLY LARGE SELLING in our Men's and Boys'
4OCS. Association will give a concert and Chas. Johnson, a member of the Hats, Ladies' and Children's Hose, Ribbon and Lace Depart-

- serve refreshments at the park THIS has left broken stocks. In order that we may clear the re-
R. K. WHITE this evening to raise funds for board, who had caused the charges all new, bright, desirable goods-no seconds shop worn

beautifying the park. Wyer's Father Fullerton returned to be brought, did not take part in !! among them-we cut the price in HALF. This means an
I to you that you can't afford to let slip. Remember, the
Jeweler
ViAh hmalif'r, Manufacturing band will give one of their superb this morning from Mobile J, the proceedings, having, upon his early customer, like the chick has! the assortment from which to pick.

and (iraduiite Optician, concerts, there will be a children's V. )McKown and W. M. Haynes | own request, been excused from the

floral parade and other entertaining of Atlanta, were arrivals today at I
scuth FaUfOi M, Pe narola,fla meeting. '
= features. The public is invited. Merchants hotel.J. II 1 Mr. White, it was shown, had tried MEN'S AND BOYS' STRAW HATS.See : LADIES & CHILDREN'S HOSIERY.

-- .. Damon Lodge, K. of P., held F. Kane
V- an a prominent businessman I to find Fondebilla on his beat early : Show Window. 100 Dozen Ladies' and Children'sFast

( I I interesting meeting last night and of Memphis,Tenn., arrived and Black Hosiery, all sizes; a big
Sunday When the One Lot Men' and Htraw
morning patrolman Boy's
: I elected officers as follows: C. C., C. registered at the Merchants this Hata, formerly sold for 40 and SOc, value at lOc,
HEWS I. Ray Mitchell; V. C., J. A. Johnson ; morning. did not respond to the captain's I

OTESI P., R. R. Heal; )[. at A., C. R. Bur- call the latter: instead of lookinghim Extra: Special 1'Jc. Extra Special .
I Miss Eloise Marshall, who has
goyne; :\1. of W., J. B. Salvant; I. up, detailed a mounted policeman -
been the of Miss Emma Johnson
I
guest : Yards
One Lot Young Men's Rough and 2JM Cambric Embroideriesin
G., A. B. Ceruti; O. G., A. Law-
adver- i returned yesterday to her home to look for him. The board Smooth straws Narrow and Medium Widths formerly _
eution is directed to the rence; organist, Ross! E. Pollock. I I : formerly $100, -

.' nt in another column of five These officers will be installed next' at Selma held that this was not in conformity Extra Special oOc. 10 and 12'jC! yard, P

men for table board. Tuesday night and refreshments J. F. Agnew of Wheeling, W. Va., I with the rules of the department Eztra Special 5c yard.

'Ie meeting of the Seamen'sii will'be served. H. A. Gassand, of Lake City, Fla., and took the action as above noted. One Lot Men's Smooth Straw

---- and J. L. Beech Montgomery, are I Alpine, formerly $1.60
: committee
ii ty a was ap- I Patrolman Fondebilla had been RIBBON SPECIALAll
For pimple, blotche! baj com- the late arrivals at the Es-
among
j to canvass for subscriptions plexion, Hood's Sarsaparilla is the found asleep on duty, au offense Extra Special 7oc.
-td in erecting a building on cambia. of our 25 and 3oc; widths of
medicine to take-it has established which calls for instant dismissal.His .
x >treet.asportaut. this fact. Quartermaster Sergeant: Haute- One Lot Youncr Men's Rough ALL PURE SILK TAFFETA
record as a patrolman wa excellent
of man won the O'Neal medal in the Straw, formerly fl 60,
!special meeting RIBBONS in desirable shade
every ,
I
and he escaped with a repri-
ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT competive drill of the Escambia
will ;
A I. K. Mystic Association Extra Special 7-jC. *
II t to-uirfht; at C. K. of A. hall at THE UAHFIELD ICE CO'S. I Rifles last night, with Sergeant Abt mand. After the meeting he became Extra Special, at l >c yard.

members a close second.C. sick, but expects to resume his
'k All are urgently very One Lot Men's and Boys' Smooth

-udtoattfccd.: # PULLING UP D. Cawthon, who had spent his duties tonight. Straw, Ventilated Crown, black silk 150 Dozen Ladies' Summer Vests,
bands! actual value 15c,
vacation with friends and relatives
i Democratic Club oiliiiuouuce -
uion that a meeting will OIL WELL PIPEA I in Walton county, returned last I MYERS THINKS ANY OLD Extra Special 40c. Extra Special at 3 for 25c.

night and this morning assumed his --- -'#--'--'-"
,ii j tuiiuht; for the purpose ofMug
THING WILL DO THE PEOPLESenate
I
candidates: for the various duties as letter carrier. His i vacation -

.. be tilled at the primary of of was a pleasant one.
portion the 4-inch pipiug W. J. & B. FORBES.
Bill 61. A Bill to be en
the Escumbia Oil Company's well C. H. Burch and E. C. Turner, important
'I titled "An Act to railroad
compel
V u-acoli Medical Society and effort L. & N. officials from Louisville -
>' was pulled up yesterday, an -
companies to construct and provide
.uaae-tingmeeting lat night .I arrived yesterday afternoonand .. I
was made to draw the Cinch
up suitable stational accommodations for
.' i ted ol'.icers: as follows: I spent today conferring with
casing, but this was a failure as the passengers at the stations on their
local
1! 'Dr. W. C. Dewberry ; vice officials. The gentlemen are I If You Buy Them at the Boston Shoe Store, They are Good I
had fastened lines of roads. On the passage of
: Dr. H. L. Simpson, secre- pipe become securely stopping at Hotel Escambia.Mrs. .
this bill Mr. Myers voted NO. (SenateJournal
: i !ii i"-:\f. Blocker. and would not budge an inch. David D. Shuttleworth, who | 1893)). 22june2t

',' :,,' .. 1.1 ti'ick' house No. 4, Happy lime in GUI Town has been ill with nervous prostration -I( WHERE DO YOU LIVEThreeFourths <* ,*

for several weeks, has been removed -
i /iiu street recently RATHBONE
: : --- t SISTERS.
"We felt writes R.
very happy
to her mother'sIrs.. Bell's, '
i ''t', ..i-.tity: of cement and N. Bevill, Old Town, Va., "whenucklen's residence. It is hoped this change !' Magnolia Temple No. 4, Rathboue of Your Time? t
.' /: cod f
l t : u-e by covering
Arnica Salve wholly will !Sisters: regular meeting Friday (afternoon -
!irf.toe of the brick help toward a speedy recovery. June 27tb 2:30 o'clock. I
cured our daughter of a bad case of ) at ,

-m.iotl. as ?la->3. tIIr'l scald head." It delights all who Mr. J. W. Bullard has returned 'I I' Election the ensuing of officers six month will take*, as placefor tin <* # IN YOU YOUR SHOESOF
work of
: cut from a business visit to He
Tampa.
use it for Cuts Corn*, Bruises Ulcers I i| is the end of the semi-annual term.
:' : i 'Mt-'lt.! Eruption Infallible for Piles. was accompanied home by Mrs.; j! A full attendance i is specially' rc- COURSE !

i :.I, .' tri-h! ignited; shrubbery Only 25c. at W. A. D'Alemberte'sdrug Westley Bullard and daughter, quested. Visiting members cordially -

w" -:1 i 11.! part of the city today, tore, 121: South Palafox. Daisy, who will be the guest of her invited.
MRS. C. A. BRA W\ER. i: WHY NOT GET THE BEST YOU CAN FOR YOUR MONEY?
< ..I w i-Mimed in for the file' mother-in-law at 411 North Palafox I MRS. R. B. HI-EMKK, M. E. C. THEN
i have Shoes for everybody. If haveu't been satisfied with
you
,-' .:1i i : : ; o'clock. Resi- I' ($ Call for STEEDMAN CIO All. street for some weeks. I M. R. C. I'
the Shoes you've been wearing, or, perhaps, they have cost more money
: ,, ..:sty was at one time Save the Bands and look in The Sunday school picnic of the : '
I than necessary, why not live u? a call? See our stock, get our prices! then
I'' b'.: int da\l13e; resulted in I Premium Catalogue for your | German-Lutheran church will take THE WEATHER judge for yourself.

i t -wing t
a ,! :department.. prize. I Trains will leave the corner of Oov- -- .......... ,..
1 1I
prument and Tarragona streets at 10
i Merchants( Hotel (continue* to'', FRANK ECARI'S BATH HOUSEi I TO-DAY
a. in. and the Union deoot at 10:05, ,
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:i full li-t of daily\ arrivalIt i i I
11" 'If the btst conducted ando't i Uepp water sea bathing, night or returning 7 p. m. The fare for I I BostonShoeStore

joj ular hu-tt-lrit- the South '' day, for white people only. Special adults! for the round trip will be 15 LOCAL FORECAST-Fair tonight and 'I

.+nd its ..x"II'-lIt dinner*, sweet I i compartment tendant. for ladies best, with and cleanest lady at- cents; children free. | Thursday; fresh southwest to south winds,
Neatest
Misses Beatrice and Olga White i NATHAN (;. roiCCIiniJUIlt: I'n |'riHor.Leaders .
clean bed liiimi and polite and 'bath house in the city. Baths -

urt"Ui attendant d4i .' cent;. FKIMC SIOAKI. have added a new and attractive !
every in Last 24 Hours
Temperature :
1 Cor.: Cevallos and Zarragossa Sts of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street.
feature their school
'inent are known and -ciatd to summer ,
appr I Maximum .... no. .. .degrees :
all commercial \.tlHoI-alid which i is being conducted in the Minimum.. -7 degrees
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1 CONCERT AND DANCE AT :
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tJIU't fail to spread the news.retty MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY I Sunday school room of the Univer- --

I NIGHT. TRAINS 8, Ii: ::{()I salist church. They have secured I GRAND V.YCLUSION;
; reference to a baseball: i AND 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS I the !services of Miss Emma Owens, a MARITIME. II II
t well-known in lVn- acola is
i AT 11:50. TICKETS 25 CENTS.AT talented: artist, who will teach I

ied. in a Pitt-burg Pa. P pre'g 'I DEPOT. sketching and penmanship without -KXPORTR.I --. \,
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'Sam Leeer of the I r
: Pitt j Furniture, go '! extra charge. I For Jane to date. ..... ......_. IMI.M a. .
'1 !''anot lo-t a game: thiifing -
: if YOU w\\ t
the only pitcher in tI e to RYOR'S. I i The Hnti-h: vice consul at this AKRI\CD.: J I

j! port, Mr. F. Bonar, had issued invitations -j j Kr ss l-arNwood: Ilv,. Brown, rinladel- I V _
", phis to W S Kt''st'r R ('
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4.............. .. .. .. ................. to a large number of compatriots it bk FIrn: .toue,737; Capuro Trlt'&te'Ia j To Greenville, Montgomery and
,'.................. .. .. .. ...... to attend a (coronation Barbados order Birmingham Saturday night July 5, :
luncheon his residence i It bk Thomas. "''I. Lauro MauntfS via
at tomorrow, Barbados order I lira! leaving I nion depot at 10:30
: = but having received official advice: I, It bk Anna !aru'.nJ.TIDtO. Port VendretMa o'clock on special excursion train.
A FRESH SHIPMENT OF I i by cable of the indefinite postponement Carbados: to order Returning, leave Birmingham Mon
: of the coronation ceremonies Kr bin :-okoda.lii. Lee RIo Janiero to or I day at 10:30 a. in. Montgomery

--' -- ., j!11.111 account of the killl '" illness, he derAm sell John Francl9.h.. tordson: 'am- I at 2 p. m. Th.s may probably be the

_ -,. __ u _ _- --- --- has been constrained to withdrawthe I. p..llch" to order I last two-day excursion going north.
invitation The decoration of |i I'.r lik aerimnerlJi'lUoo
J HAMS. jj : the British rebels in port for the 1 via Barbados bk \. rKlnla, to,orderIt .">'.', Vftssalo..Malaga to Ko- served on the refreshments train, going and will re-be : I! .
.SMITHFIELD I
.. .. occasion will of course be po*:t- sasco Bros turning. Fare for round trip to I, ';

i poned. Greenville and Montgomery, $2oO '
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= 'MYERS I 89 Ida.21 I'>i>. Arana. Gulf
: -- by TransitCo aud
; VOTES AGAINST For Century same as Pen- '
for Liverpool wllb :sIi.K'. aft lumber, Baking Bread
lisi.uOsttseantimber. s. sir bales cotton j sacola. For further information apply 't
I I and general l cargo value llt'J.vil I to
JUST RECEIVED.
p k FREE SCHOOL BOOKS tier Scotia.1O. Hovver.by Gulf TransitCo a GAS RANGE i is always reliable. ROKT. KINO I
for I+avona. with -' )"i tons pbo'pbatl' orPETERTHOMAS
rockvalue #Isvsi, Your oven /is always ready to the Jre
I

FRESHFLORIDA SYRUP = Senate Bill No. 132: A Bill to be 8."Llm. i!I minute, at just the temperature you Excursion Managers I :t::,

entitled "An Act to provide for school Br Orumelzier, Emerson, Cardiff via want, and you can keep it at the VIRGINIA
Liverpool COLLEGE j:.
books in the counties of this State." span s Ida Aran. LiverpoolAm !
right temperature all through the '
: = scii Carrie Norton, Eastman For YOUNG LADIES
IN GALLON JUGS, 75cts PER GALLON. I Bos- Koanoke, Va. IIi '1
The bill passed the senate by a vote ton I baking. You don't have to worry opens Hept. H. 1JIr: ::. One of the leading HI
I Schools" for Young Lad lu the tluth 1
of 17 to 11, Mr. Myers voting againstit. NOTICE.l I about draughts! \ damper or chimney; New building, pianos and equipment I''Il;
\vi: IIANDLI: l The Marine Hospital ; has Issued I itmpns ten ncrei. Grand mountain scenery -
(Senate Journal, Page 611.) : the following.Voasting your bread is always right. There In Valley of \'a_ famed for health. Kuropean :
vessels which are known and and Amercau teacb\!... Full coarse I3
M. F. Gonzalez & Cot Corn Meal CONCERT AND DANCE AT: which are in regular trade with Florida : is nothing like gas! for biking (I Conservatory..locution. advantages in Art, &t uslc and b 1
, k MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY from domestic ports ot the United Btates 'lo'oreatalollu..addrl'.s Mtidents from thirty States. Q'H.
enter aithoutdetention ,
may or inspection
i\ci.i: "si VII.Y.: NIGHT. TRAINS AT S, ISWAXD with theunderaandingthat II sickness cl MAlTlb 1'.1IARIIM. Pre ido>Ut. ;n.; li: -
any character w&atsoe\er shall develop Pensacola Gas Co. Hoanoke, \a.I I
9 LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT'II during the voyage to florid ports shall -- 't
: O. TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT report to and the quarantine'" officers for Inspection I I Everybody has a right to a little 1 i J
DEPOT.CASTORIA. 't disposition !'No. 3 S. Palafox St., Pensaeola. Fl* '!i i piece of this earth. But they must I
; SOL CAHN & CO '
i I fight for it. They must watch their t '
H -
KK the captain owner ,i chance to get it, and get it. 1
15 dt\| consignees of the Brit ,
1 Haerlmner will he re- UI Ne er Knew Pain Killer to 'ail ;|f i i Thos. C. Watson & Co.

i STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS, $ by the crew of said'vessel.for debts contracted before, what can the matter be? :|I have some particularly fine bargains

For Infants and Ch1i ren. t;. S. GOOD ALL, : Where is the bottle? There, I -I Ito offer just now, and they Invite -
Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. lo order. Captain. thought !!o; it i is'not Perry Davis' !:I: yon to come and investigate same.
The Kind You Have Always Bongtti! 25)1tliOARU Painkiller at all, but something! the I You will never regret having done :
w N druggist: must have made himself I cO.
rlu.
Telephone J i8. ." .* Pensacola, Fla. = and I did --
Bears the I -- j not notice it; I have used -- -- -- -
f. I f/ \rAXTKITable: board by five young ''Painkiller for years f"r diarrbpa.1 I I will
Signature of 11 geritlemen. Central location prefer : repair your watches and
,, red. Address. stating terms and location 'cramps and stomach aches ana it Jewelry, in flm-clasa
+ style. J. I '
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SSSS r I l A. a.C., care THE SEW'9. tfj.'t: I.JKc j(I never failed." Stephens. )

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY_JUNE 25, 1902


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STEAMSHIPS.......... BRITISH KING UNDER MRS IDA La ROSER coronation service and pray for tlis
recovery of the king. I MRS. IDA McDONALD
_
.* During the afternoon the Earl Marshall ,

iAN NMt Granl1. it're of Ex-President duke of Norfolk issued the following Supreme Deputy of the Maccabees of the World
KNIFE OF SURGEON I
{ E James K. Polk, Writes to notice: _fI_ -I _JL __-

) I 3Ir>. Piiikhaiu Saying : Regret. RS. MCDONALD, that I must do
King Expresses
f iTo NEW YORK, BOSTON ; I No.477Beaubien to lomethmi
regain hea'th
Coronation Festivities Indefi M my A
.. the
i AND ALL DEAn MR. .l'1xKU.UlI have been "The Earl Marshal haj received Street, Detroit, friend advocated YOU?Wn.

L t J EASTERN RESORTS i nitely Postponed. I married for nearly two years, and so king's commands to express his maj"; .j Mich., is a prominent or Cardui treatment
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]1 far have: not been bl',,sod with a child. ty's deep sorrow that owing to nis woman who was strongly that | decIdEd ,
1 i J II have, however suifered with a com benefited the it. ?
serious illness the coronation ce.emony greatly by try although I hadgreatwoinan'smethciiie itt;,
': 5 K.4w ) vJ ALL LONDON! IS IN DEEP GLOOM. plication of female troubles and pain. must be postponed. The celebrations -I I faith in patent mtd, 1,1.
ful menstruation, untilery recently.: I lam
. Wine of Cardui. Mrs. { now very thankful i
. t OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY J I I I ", in London In consequnece ,: I did so, for within ticDona1disthesupreme

:' i j LOWl\.E 1'r.HJlK ;.I<\ IIEI. Operation li Reported To Have Been will be likewise: postponed but it is deputy of the Maccabees blessed relief came ten to di\i nit.

50 Hours of Ocean Breezes \: Successful, but the Condition of the the king's earnest hope that the ceietrations -I of the World, and one of and in leu than thnt
; I I. Sailings each WeeK f !! in the country shall be held I the most widely known art.ISa -.Donald. months | wai cured tni
J Royal Patient I I. Very Serious-Con. L'nitedr----- .. have
in the ed
, i. 3 from Savannah. Ga. as aireauy! arranged. women eno| > fine health
cternation Among His Subjects. V:4i'Ii The king also expressed to the lord j t I States. Thousands of women gather to ever since. I know there is nothing b.tttr
a Urtiinl 91; tLi< I'uixiUr ljn-iiKJm. fl hear her lecture everywhere she goes. for i sick woman ", ho wiihei to pit.
t _,ll.V.n '!.... '? '.rv. .\i..|.iiul rtiU... ff, r Jt H4. The maor his desire: that his majl'sty'sdinner The work she Las done for the feet health and im pleased enjoy
( June coronation
/I Ik..i;"" : v. iji) u' "n rwJ. l' '"f London. I I be not I great: very to give my
! a ,', in '"ul1"11I1.* -T a v to the poor of London I ilaccabees is appreciated by every hearty endowment"
,, .. has been
jf postponed Indefinitely
1 !' r! ral r. v"w: ,1 a.I.I. urn on I
..', .ni > \r > \ rk. LfCK I postponed. member of the order. She was so ab- No suffering woman -an' Ilf*,, '
'I account of the Indisposition of KIng
Nothing has been decided regarding sorbed in her work that she neglected
RAYIS. 11..0.05. &CVLaT.a'G. f jet I ; ignore such a letter as Mrs M!
r J MAyea. He a.PL. To Edward who is suffering from perityphvlitii. the foreign to her health care-failed :s
of give writes. Her
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....... Il the movements proper plans and aproved : .
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L 1 p R.I a ...*..rtL11,111.... 1.i....id, P,_....", .... fGE.NKUAL and who has undergone a quests. The first intimation which L to take warning that the symptoms of valuable in building IJ'. ,
4 "i ...J ,II..L... .......1 ....t.JI..eJJ.YIa JI surgical operation. Vhitelaw Reid the special anbassa I approaching kidney trouble gave her, the greatest women's orsan< .at .
I )I.c.c.c.c.c" n-:: Sir Francis Knoll)'B. the king's pri!. II __ the I the sallow complexion and torpid liver. the United States and she taat 3'
, to coro-
States
i dor of the United 1
Wine of Cardui cured her the tame
vate secretary has issued the official But give advice which she bow wuyou. ,
. : Mli:>Cll 8CUKIICLE .! ration, heard that anything was I as it has cured thousands; of others and *"
I I medical announcement as follows: wrong was contained in a communka :Mrs.McDonald has written this letter in Do not delay in curinj tJ! ; .
Following is I the schedule of the "The king le: suffering[ from ptrltyhIjtis. ion cancelling the state banquot I order that other suffering women may cine. There is nothing to ja,

.r government steamer General: French His condition Saturday was sc l L-1 whIch was to be held at Buckingha secure from Wine of Cardui the same everything to lose by delay.: T 4:

which THE NEWS print for the 'satisfactory that it was hoped with MRS. IPA L. RoSEI. j palace.Outide. relief she got from it. IS before you. Will or WI,.
t r benefit of the merchants who! ship care his majesty would be able to go "For four years I suffered with torpid secure relief now by taking <' ,
The value of Lydia IL Pink-
t their goods to the various army.. through the ceremony Oa Monday liver until my skin looked yellow and dull. Cardui I.A1I drusrijijts sell Jl
ham Yrui'table Conipotiiul enormous -
of palace
was Pjkingham
posts: I then found my kidneys were affected and cf Wine of Cardui M well a* ...
Leaves feosacolaLtmrt .. .... ... ... ... .... 7ia. rn.titrraiiC calud to u\ attention by an intimate throngs of people congregatedsince had severe across back ind I felt of The* ford's Black-Dra .
r IS.. ... .... ..... 7:;;'. a. JU. friend. wiio.e life had simply len a pains my ages : c
f Leaves I'lckeus .... .. ..... .... ... .*.\MI a. m torture with inllammation and ulcer- early morning for the purpose __-I-_ __ _rLt fJ -
II I.ea\ts liarraucai .. ... ......_ .,.15 a. inlu of witnessing the arrival of the special -j
F Lea.'fs V en'''coia ... ... :;'> a. m. ation. and a few bottles of your Compound : A million suferirhave :!" .....
i Arrives Hnrrauta* 11 in a in. and then cuml her ; the can hardly ambassadors who were to be re- 1 WINE CARDVI foun fI f..1
maLI; 'S! a trip to roriMcKvo lOud then retun believe it herself to-day. Khe enjoys cehed by the king and queen today Wine Qf Car
i .- to Carraci'aa.Jrfav such llcbbed health. I took four 1 __ % _rj--- _1_ -
Kitrraacai .., 1:15 p. mLeaves Large numbers of foreign representatives r-j
1'icken ._ l:2i p.m.Lrave bottles of yourCt'inpounJ ami consider actually arrived but the shortness u '
! ivniacola ..... ... vtiip. m. my-elf cure Leaves Pickens .. .. 5:1;> p. m -I health and spirits ; my domestic and of their stay was noted Inquirieswere THE NEW GROCERY STORE.
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Arrive harranciu ft::!iI! p. m. and makes made and soon the news of his
official duties all for I
trip to Mcl>e and return. seem t.i-y now,
i\j\ Oa Wedue-davand-\lturda\: .. the .i. feel so strong I can do three times niajtty's serious state of health was 0::====:::::=======0i
! boat wi'l leave liarrancas via Tickens what I used to do. You have a host of circulated among the awaiting thoacands. -

" for I'eiijacola at 6::JO I p. m. friends in Denver and amonsj the best i WILLMOVER
The Otueral French i ia for army count. Yours very: gratefully3lie.;. ,
At the various palaces!! and hotels
purpo-es only and any outsider must IDA L. RO-EH, 320 kth Ave., Denver.
"\ hare a pa s from the quartermaster V. <">' "-$SOOO forfeit if aSwe testimonial li not where the foreign representatives are Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stock
the created the
staying
; o take paa;:eoi her. fenuire.If news greatest
. you are ill, don't hesitate to dismay. | of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No .

STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE ,. jretabottlcofLjdiaK.Pinkhaiu'sVegetable Royal carriages were already drawn 30 W. Covernment St.
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CouiiMund at once, up in readiness to take the guests to Salisbury Block.
ss and write Mrs. Pinkham
to
4 the reception at the palace, but the TELEPHONE: : : 337.
'I Between IVncarola and Milton Boat Lynn 3Iass for special advice
I i moment the "tickers" announced hismajesty's ,
Kutii, ; it is free. -
Daily Except Sunday.
/ Illness all the preparations :

"CITY OF T A \PA." for the day ceased. j ICEANOW000IWE
Iterated his belfef that he would never
Lv Milton 01 LvfMniacola.l.Upm: I be Traffic Paralyzed.
Ar l'tn.acola.\I.i1am' Ar M thou :;:'1\1 pm crowned. ; EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA ROER TRADE
On the stock exchange the effect cf On the streets the change which
}are 1c: Koun.1 trip.iliiaii :)1. KING EDWARD VII.
: the startling new was immediate. came over the crowds was moat pro| THIS SUMMER THAN EVER PEFCRE

It H t'Cli!
; Keith: Is tL l h. .M4j of the Dearborn rendering a surgical operation fall of H a point.It It was long before the full effect of the SEND US YOUR ORDERS New

tlicnt'T lh (.,,-.;trol .I...->J n>t j>ass nsi
from the iire tiit managriiiiMit until Thoman :Smith: Laklcg Thomas Bar majesty's condition is more serious The streets as the day wore on became Thompson, Olsen & Ca.
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lJtJJ.It : low. Tre\es. than represented by the medical bul more and more (congested anl

"The Major and the ..luJia new Lister is Sr! Joseph Lifter sergeant letin.Hi. the holiday crowd concentrated into I Manresa Street, Telephone 147.ESTABLISHED .

It rail-leal n.uird.v l.yVI11 .1. Cri'''''y. \s ill surgeon in ordinary to King toward: majpcty. under ordniary conditions groups reading and re-reading the ex -.--------___ n __ ____ __ _
J.. M-nt on tin r-j.ul l I.y Hurtu X SiaJIKID famous for th< dibt-otery of antiseptittieatmtnt nas not looked upon as a gool tras. Most of the people seemingly'; '
1862.
(.t \t-\v YujL at the I.'giz.uiiiig; of in surgery. ubJect for operations, and though the felt' dazed, and scarcely appreciate! _

tIll iiiAt M-a-on. Thomas Smith is Sir Thomas Smithf'TKeant king passed successfully through the he: full import of what they read. ,

I :; surgeon to the King and late ordeal it is believed! that four weeks: Work on the stands erected on all: McKENZIE OERTING & CO.

One i\rrptlou.: 1 vice president of the Ilojal College must elapse before he will be able to sides to enable people to view the ,
Tonne: Si.fNinitli Ly\e )levels nil of Surgeons; o -DCALKB8IR- 0
: undergo the arduous labors of the cor. coronation procession was gradually

things, thy -iv. i Laklcg is Sir Francis Henry Laking. onatlon ceremonial. Therefore no da.e discontinued.The .
Ol: ;I' IJIIJ-\11 things but the Lead. I IPutk. Physician In and Ship Chandlery and General 8atfdwafe
ordinary surgeonj can yet be Indicated for carrying out lord mayor has instructed tha ,
'
j I apothecary to the king. the coronation. workmen to demolish the stands In
60S AND 605 8. PALAfOX 8THKKT.
Cures Cancer, Blood Poison, Eating I Thomas Itarlo i II Sir Thomas Bar- ,, Official Announcement Made. front of the mansion house. Those In

Sores Ulcers, Costs Nothing to Try.I,i luw PllYbcfafl! to his majesty's Ious PlccadiBy will be taken down tonur- -AGEN'OY.-
Blood and hold and profes:;or of clinical medl-, Official announcements of the king's row. 1'I. REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S RON8 CO.'S

pui-on deadly. cancerarethewort rine and phjsician to the Univerbity serIous illness were made to public I GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUBBEL: & BON'S POMPS.
and t d : c1tiv NOXJCJliW.
mo; ( p-5e.lted
college\ Losptal.Treves !i i bodies as speedily as possible. Word ..........-.- Cum trdigi Piliii Oils Itotletl iBstrnDints harts
blood di litktrt Iktlii!
;ea es; on e.trth. yet the : EITH ER the ,
is Sir Frederick Treves ser was sent' to the house of commons and I captain own i
NClbt to cure when K I g'ant surgeon to the king, and WAS acting Lord Chamberlain Lord I British ss Wildcroft will be :f
, is u-t-d. If you: have bloo \ surgeon/: extraordinary to the la'e Churchill personally delivered to the I responsible for debts. contracted C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Asso 1
by the crew of said vessel.MACKEN7IE ciation.
pi i-ou. producing ulcer*, bone paius. i, Queen Victoria. mansion house. the official residenceof ,

pimpleinucutHH patches: fallin;; I The flrbt neof the renewed 111 lord mayor, a message regarding W.:!. Keyser :0". Captain. :j
Consignee.
hair itching -kin, --crofula old rheuM ness of the king came from the houseof his majesty's Illness and at the morn 21JU Star

mati-m IIr ..tTiive form of cat lrrh, i commons where various court officials ing's rehearsal of the coronation ceremony The Laundry, 1

C.IDS and .-cale- deadly cau 'er, eati j gave an Intimation that the ir in Westminster Abbey the bishop Buffalo

: '. bleeding;>>t-rin sores. swellns : rangements; for Thursday would better of London. the Rt. Rev A. F. In i Busiest {

,'-!lump-. per-i>ten wart. or ..ore,1' be siihpended forthwith. ail the coronation gram. at thfj request of Lord Esher: I, Biggest, Best !

ike Hotauic Hlo.xl Halm T.. 1'. B.) would be postponed Indefinitelyon the deputy governor of Windsor castle Powder
It will cure even the wont cn-ie after' Baking
account of the indisposition of hismajesty.
made a statement follows I J
as :
tol-f! fail-
\i-rytlnn It. li. B. drain* '
the poi-on out of the isv>t"m and the I t 'I have to make a'ery sad announcement : ...- An Evening Call on ;

blood then -\ery **or.. bc.tU, making Causes Great Consternation.The The king Is suffering: I I

the blood pure and rich and building .. sudden announcement of the from an illness whl<-h makes an opt-r I /4ji Your Swell FriciuN

uj the k-n-dowu ii body. IJotanio atlon necessary toilay. The corona.
HI).>od Halm'IS. li. l.i thor postponement of the ('oro nation. just you will! find will be warmly : -
1Il' 'hh' t.-..tfd fllr1): ys iri. DI Ulli!! on the eve of the ceremony caused tion. therefore. is postponed
The bishop requested the rongrepaot. ceived if you are well and .<
&htur ': H p.-r I.trg. b-ittle. Trial the utmost consternation everywhere ; : tie <
treatment free !. t" loir In th>. !!tarout of 'III' dressed and .
l-y liloodi linen
writing i The news spread like wildfiie. Th:> your is irrepn"
Italia C>.. .Atlinta II... lr- cribetroi.hle
:tIll! free inptlic.O advice< tent of thousands of iupants of ttwfetrect ; Ready to Yield. I : :I-- able. A woman of refueL '

given until 'lIrl'd 1! It. 1 P.. doe* not suddenly stood till under th> "1 ued DeWitt's Witch Hazel always gauges a man's well bred -

contain mineral PIOIM| or iiircury suddun nhnrk and ua/ed at one another Salve for piles and found it a certain stincts by the condition of his in'

i as !'.\ masiyadverti-Srfd reuiedi'* doi in silent dread of what rnlg.it t'mey" S. R. Meredith Willow and he goes into her -
but I i- nivi--ed fir PillA Itotanic In- come next Grove. Del. Operations unnecessarytocure ; .I presence: iuiored
Kre.lint Over SOiiO) ) t..l inioni ilof On Saturday and Sunday societywas pile; They always yield to with beauty when hijLMI,1 I/.Jf'!/

curby ikmrr: Hotauic Ill g. B. B. -km diseases, Absolutely Pure. :fiIXiI at the Btar
I!: kin It'" illness, an.} though the circumftanciahty ; all kinds of wounds. :. Laundry.
Accept no counterfeits. Jiargi i h'
detail and
from
sources
One In thr Park. Pharmacy, John iheppard, sidney:
"newanMid the fortune teller, "of i which they came precluded\ entire disbelief Katz a. ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goods CaM for SEd DEliVEred! Frfe
,
b tall, lark! man" ;( \ there was! a disposition( to The Housewives who have given

"Vou are tr.Mi'K to black ra.ile me!" ,. doubt! the st rlps. and when the positive Pocket cutlery and scissors Buffalo a fair trial continue to use it, \ TELEPHONE I 14. 27 GARDEN ST.
categorical denial
; was officially
faltrntj? the fair young maij.-CLicajod ; for it makes delicious hot biscuit .
1'rllmu... i issued, they were dismissed as being from the titiest to the tf WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
unfounded. rolls: griddle cakes and muffins ,
cheapest at the Willis
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:\o .) he"I'h unites thA kidney* Hemorroids, apoplexy and lumbagowere It makes wholesome food, for

are Mtund. Koley's Kidney Cure a few of the king's maladies discussed Hardware Co. there are no adulterants in it. Medical Society Attention.
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In the clubs and There will be a regular of
drawlngroora meeting
D'AUiubf 121 :ri. 1'alafox. Foley's Honey and Tarcures IIDNEY
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: 1and those discussing them recalled tho OSCAR E. MAURA DISEASES the Pensacola Medical Hociety ai

If 1 stories of the iving even recently re- colds, prevents pneumonia. 1 Telephone. bales Agent the Board of Health office at 8
want a nice to
you present give
o'clockp.m. Tuesday. Sand .
to a frif'uJ.to and look\ through the July :
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; art the melt tail of all cIII. Visiting physicians are cordial./
line suitable
tlegant: of articles at
Read It in His Newspaper. (Invited to attend.
J.I.Mephena, surely find LAW DEPARTMENTOF
can &:u.
you
George Schaub, a well known German DR. E. F. BRTTE,
If
triliir
&om to please you. you
it want anything in the Diamond line citizen of New Lebanon Ohio. Preside .
FRI VIO KM" CUIE li i DR. W. C. DKWBERY
I be tiure to see him before you buy. ; w a constant reader of the fifiytoii ,

_llSOllllblC household J'OflitiftlllHe. knows that this I John B. Stetson University I rULCl i luruttrt ..] n25ttf- -- Secretary.

paper aims to advertise only the Marston $ Quina carry

and kitchen utensils at the best in us columns and when he aw T3o Lnuct, PIQ2ictft. I or montf rcfun&d. Coattini the largest line of matting,

l Willis Hardware ('o.'s.OASTOn..XA. Chamberlain's Pain Baltn advertised JOHN' I' POKBES. IMi. I)., President. ALBERT FAHUAH. LL. B., Dean remedies recognized by>> miotnt > rugs, window shades eto

herein for lame back, he did 1'all Term (.'oinmcneo ,
i, .. not AVodneMlaj October 1 11)02. I I physlelsniuthsbetfci in the We
city.
our
tie>itate in buying a bottle of it forhi TWu \EARS' l'OlIt'U-Tbe Law lay
Department of John
K.n Yau I3l AIInsSIfutue 3.xt B. Stetson University Kidney and Bladder troublu.
Boos,.th. ;! .. a two-yt' r"' lives
wife who for eight weeks had course lending: to the degree!: of LL. B. matting free.ADMINISTRATOR'S.

d#f.t 4,7.. : suffered with the most terrible pain htel-on ESKEK I'mversitv AlI un admits! TU to THE the Bar.BAh-TbedlplomaottbeLawbepartwentofjobn B. PRIG .. s.. .J2.

(1/ _. !. in her back and could get no relief. hUKTHKK: IN UKMATION-Ir or the Law Announcement oflmi-S' and all other de- W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.ill NOTICE.
He says: "After using the Pain sireS( information regarding the Law Pepartment.address Estate of L. M. Kimberly deceai*!.

Foley's Honey and Tartorchltdren.safe.sure. Balm: for a few days my wife said to ALBERT J. FARRAH, Dean of Law Department, Notice It hereby given that on the .."
me, 'I feel as though born anew,' De Land, Fla. day ot July, A. IJ.l\ll'\ I will apply W
.
Noop13.te.Afarston ,
and before using the entire contents LaiI.W.HARPER l$ Honorabl Probate Judge of Escam-.
-- county. Florida .
o a discharge Jroin
i I of the bottle the unbearable
cj- Quina are sole had entirelvauii'hed and she could pain Tulane A, lD J administration of aid WIU.IA estate. FISHEF

agents for the celebrated again take up her household dlltit'$." I University of Louisiana. ja.Toam'iin; Administrate"

He is very thankful and hopes that L j
Odorless refrigera tors, ill suffering likewise will hear of NoVV' Orloan I Aw114 tO I

absolutely guaranteed or her wonderful recovery. This valuable LODGE DIRECTORY
liniment !Ss for sale by all dru;.
money refunded. i i its and medicine dealers. EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LL.D., President. -. -

There's Ion of money to be madeIn ;I Fall Courses in Languages, Sciences, Engineering .KENTUCKY KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS,
reaIetate-lotz of it. A real Thos. C. Watson & heven Law. Medicine Pharmacy Art. -
estate -[ Co., Separate Departmentj. Sixteen Buildings. Extensive Libraries Laboratories
..1 iga 1* usually a n er.botr1 to ,1 the leading Real Estate Agents, take I and orkshops. Splendid: Department for Women In the "ewcomb College. WHISKEY.... PeiwacoU Lod e, No. 3, K. of P.
wealth. Thos. C. Watson & ill the worry off the shoulders of the Tclane makeslt'aderlln! all vocations. Its facilities for initrnetion are unsurpassed meets every Monday eveS'
Co., tn" leading Real Estate firm: owners of property, manage the I in IntbeboJth.the academic Eigbty-eu: icbtroctors and 1:51 students last seision. Many scnolarsblps! (' el4.ed&swS log at 5ij' at Castle Hall
) department
open to Louisiana boys. Expenses: of scholarship student A I In the Bloant" Watioi
lure oine oilers which it would : renting of their houses and the col- 1 Jl.ot'jr !5.-53ion. Board and lodging in dormitories low rate!. Opportunities afforded 5r Building. third floor.
be worth your while tocon id'f. Go r!1 lection of their rents a" conscien-, I academic students for self-help. In the Academic Colleges, no boy If properly prepared Visiting brethren cor4iir
for
and flt't'thfom to-day, and don't wait I tionsly as they would themselves : gins collet ucooerit.work will Send be for turned Catalogue.sway from inability to pay tuition, Next aeasioa be. welcome:

till\ to-morrow. [kI Their charges are very reasonable. I. SoIi ; 'C M.CAMPBILL !
.. I Address, R.K.BBCtF.Secretary. Jy DaiDlBisser N. HOB8ua.: C.C.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY JUNE 25, 1902.

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Veterans Will Demand Their
Pay papers; and the chairman of the com
: New York, June 24.-A reunion of tnittee' will give a receipt for each

war veterans is to be held in tarmac Toll's notice of candidacy received, and if
sPills
BiO null( this week for the purpose of after the 24th day of June any person /

unitedly demanding pay for their services claims that his name has been left !

in the revolution says a dispatch off of the list of candidates published, .j; -

from Havana to the Herald. The authorities will save the dyspeptic from many his claim will be rejected unless 'he (a.iiwi
days of misery, and enable him to eat holds a receipt for same from the
are worried and fear troubleas whatever he wishes. They prevent chairman. !

a result of their necessary noncompliance SICK HEADACHE If a larger number of candidate; "

cJOHfNJAN with the demand. General I shall be announced than were contem I''[

Masso, late a candidate for the presidency I cause the food to assimilate and now plated when the above assessment was Hf

Fare, Pale and Sparkling. Bottled was scheduled to preside, but lab the body, give keen appetite made, the committee can, if they see for infants and Children. ;iH

Only at the Brewery ia St Louie. has declined. DEVELOP FLESHand fit to do so, cut down the said assess I!!

solid ment. The voters of the entire coun- The Kind! You Have Always Bought has borne the !'i=:na'H'
OLD E FRY V.HERE.to muscle. Elegantly
svgai
.J Memorial Library Completed. coated._ -_ ty will vote on the above-named coun ture of Cha... 11. Fletcher, anti has been made under his !i ,
officers, including the chairman and li
Durham, N. C., June 24.-The new I I Take No Substitute. secretary of the executive committee, personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no ono i Ii ;

memorial library at Trinity college at except the justice of the peace and to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and 1 u b;

hhrdtsr and the Ilascal. this place ia completed. It Is declared constables, and the candidates for a JiM-a-s-gooU" are but Experiments! and endanger the :;It i

r ,.Jv' uturers and Oown- to be the handsomest buildingin WHERE IS ROMERO county office who shall receive a majority health of Children-Experience against Experiment. 'j 4 t

-< \\ 1.0 hung; aUttit) his the state. The cost !la $50.00t) h of all the votes cast for that >

I :afterward pursued Is a gift from the Duke family. Mysterious Disappearance of a Young office shall be declared the nomineeof The Kind You HaveAlways Bougtit1 tt'! .

|1- ,...1 extended a good! Cuban from Tampa. the democratic party for that office. ,

: ',-.jtuous patronage.i WAS WASTING AWAY. Tampa Fla., June 24.-The police In the event a candidate does not receive 1 Bears the Signature of !; I 1

.. l. -ttT than fool. a majority of the votes cast, an-
i 1 .I- a The following letter from RobertR. authorities have received several communications
other primary election will be held on i :
:1. .nl rniuty!! forbidden Watts of Salem, Mo., is from Cuba, purporting to the 12th day of August 1902, to choose
;' ,.:rut: i.ftVixler, the uftn. I be from .
tive: "I have been instruc-I the relatives of a young. Cuban between the two candidates receiving ,

!ViracU-r. pit, a ladder kidney disease for the last five I named Augustin Romero, whc I the highest vote in the July primary. t

!" t!viceroy's room re- I i came to this place shortly after the The voters of the county at large .
lost flesh and felt i
i .e..te je
'1 !.a\e crowed your well and doctored with leading phy- I for of the executive committee anJ
the past few" weeks has not been In Use For Over 30 Years.f .
,. sicians and tried all remedies suggested ,
: v I! Indow and not by the voters of each precinct: shall vote
seen anywhere about the city. His relatives -I ., ..
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without relief. Finally I TMr cr..TOu" COM aM111 M u..1 a1.rr1 arw ern I
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T' t.umor \>t the tbing! at I for a member of the executive committee e
can find no trace of him Mid '
tried Foley's Kidney Cure and less ,
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I from his precinct and the candidate = :
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<) tn It-mall) awl the offend- -- -- -- .,
than two bottles completely cured !I',, supect that there has been some foul' for the executive committee receiving -.
-.itid In Lis ta\"or.-\t11e-
me and I am now sound and well." ; play connected with his mysteriousdisappearance. the highest vote cast shall be i REMOVAL NOTICE.

i W.A.D'Aleinberte. 121 S. Palafox. I. I II a member of the executive committee : IrrAO fro.

I The young man was a printer bj until his successor shall be chosen in

trade, and was employed on severallocal ) the year 1901. I' / Dr. G. H. Tuttle,

I POLITICAL, ANNOUNCE IENTS.I. newspapers for some months :I Qualifications of Voters. : 4"A Dr. J. G. Heard,

and soon after his arrival here joined Those, and only those persons shall '

the local Typographical Union. ThE I be permitted to become candidates before DENTISTS. I

officers of this organization have also or to vote at or participate

For State Senator.d For County Commissioner.I I I received several communications froirRomero's Lin! the management of this primary Kooins 7 anti Masonic- T. !lillif'. !

.-f Hon. NV. A. MountniK's relatives! Romero brought I election who are white democratic electors WINE CORDIAL All branches of Mirgical. operative and :
nn ..t1 candidate hereby announce myself as a duly registered for the election I Highest recommendations for cure of Poorness :Mechanical,nlltilry peilormeJ wlili Uch- ,
commissioner, with him when he came from Cuba II of Blood, Stomach troubles and General Oe- '
candidate for county I meal ekiil.Special .
'.'Ltor from tun! the Secal : in the year 1900, and on the 12,13 and I Mli'y Increases the strengthens
the actionof strikingly handsome ,, whom he appetite
from district 4, subject to woman
Ii-tnct. and re-pect- 14th days of June, 1902: who declare i the aerrrs and buiUs up the entire )>stem.S3 Attention civen to Children's
-upport of :all Iinoit the voters at the ensuing democratic I afterward married, and they lived to their adherence to the principles! and rap Prtmot Teetli.t.oUl unit Porcelain Killings. Crown

the comill; primuy. primary July 15. I pt-ther several months in this ci'y organization of the democratic patty. PARIS and Bridge Work.

D. W. C. YAKKKon.ir. I, Hill wife is still here but knows nolhIn I national, state and county, who. if \ K. Foucrra A Co. Rest Material; Competent KiUirnunt.Xo. .

For Repreientatite. ?; of thi whereabouts of the missing! they voted at the regular ele lion .ticriili, VI. Telephone l 7H.
For County Commissioner.The I
..d- -f Sc"tt: M. Loftin take I man. held I next preceding such primary p

i .- "if it.ii'iuiiciiu !him n a friendof J. B. Roberts announce ., I election then voted the democratic ,
.. fir U'i>re-fiitative in the him as a candidate for reel I ticket national, state and ,

:lie fl 'llll K-cambu comity. < cion a* county commissioner : county, who are by the laws
di'-tre thf! -upport of :all from District 1, subject to the action THE PRIMARY jof the state lawful electors of 1 t WING HOP & GO.
of the democratic primaries July
at- in t .f conin. primary.For the election district in whicli they
I::'. They believe, that the lli! offer to vote, who have paid their poll tiny Capsules ire superior) .
Renresentative. I Il'uJ4 of the couutdemand hi- I I taxes legally due not less than ten I to Balsam J"of .Copaiba.

:'\ of Henry C. Cloptone I I| re-election and they a-k the support ELECTION CALL : days before such primary election is lCvbcb l and r. Injections. 81 Importers and Dtalers In-
of democrat securing it.
,' :iim aa candidate for.ItaU'e every- : -in --- held, and who shall, when challengedby ]They cure in 48 hours the Chinese and JapaneseFancy
jn the J.e.ilJ.tureEcJwlJl ,
elector, pledge in writing
any upon
dlsra4rs ,
.rot without
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I For Commissioner. I I I "jiyimxinOiORT ,
i county, and request County !I loath, before an inspector, his honor to Goods
ipportot all democrat: iu the :| I announce myself a candidate for I II I A primary election: of the democratic abide by and support the result of such tyesice ( -til DRUGGISTS ,

_is democratic riir.ary. election as county commissioner for I( I primary, and vote for the nominees FINE CHINA TEAS
will be held in Escambia ---- ,
I[ district No. 1, at primary to be held party county, therefor.

For Representative. July 15th, and ak for the support of .: Florida, on the 13th: day of July, A. D. I The inspectors to conduct this election 31 South Palafox St.

it friend ot ll.1"! )1. (,;oi ton an- I :all democrats. 1902: for the purpose of nominating will be selected by the committee r Every Woman Laundry Office. Pensacola, Fla.
him as a candidate for rep- LEE DAXIELL.
tnce
I '
tile l 11-i-lature from : candidates for the following offices: at a meeting to be held at the h h Is interested sndehuNdlnow .
utative iu : ---
lv 1'.r akuut the wot.IrrAdv'
a-k the One United States Senator. office of Judge T. R. McCuIlagh, at ia i NOTICE
and .
-cauibu county they For County Commissioner.The M4RHLhirling Spray
"ti ,
pi rt of all d'mocrtts in the com- hereby : One Representative in Congress, 3rd 7:30 p. m., June 24: 1902. This committee \ 'ILt IItw h..al !rt.,.. /ff't.lwlt I have been authorized to take
rimury. friends of W. A. Shelby i District. will meet at Judge McCuI 1 \ u.d.. .'q,,',,,.. ',IIf'lIl-.r-, subscriptions for Wm. J f'nningsBryan's
his candidacy for re .t- "".1 ( "\ nt'"L
I announce lagh's office at 8 o'clock, Saturday ,..
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One Justice of the Supreme Court. u4 LIIra..e. unl!;. paper "The Commoner.The
election commissionerfrom /
For Railroad Commissioner. district as county No. 3 of E<;cambiacouutr. One Secretary of State. I night, July 19, 1902: for the purpose of A..'.mrdrmntotrorll.If \ price is $1.00 per year in ad
lauiziu fully the rights of the One Comptroller. canvassing the vote and announcingthe 'ennnolanpplylL. q a/p/r9 vance. Those desiring the paper
the action of tie : ,..,
;subject; to yt iiti t ati-t-it no .
r
r* and producers to more con- democratic July 15, and I Two Railroad Commissioners." result of said election, and the in- othr4Dut.rnd.Lunprnrn- i can have it sent to them by sending 1

4'i<>u at i'e!' liud* of the Florid ask for him primaries the of all I One State Senator :2nd District. spectors will have then and there the In.traall..diMdraltrnM full pemrulntanA'durrtion.ln-, ; C 3. \1.00 to the undersigned. .1

i .' L'ouiuji--i"n, I !licit hearty support I Two Members of the House of Rep: returns of said election; if they have Taluablr )..,I1.n_ %K' t,X,((a.. H. M. ROCHE, I, j

."'t! "f all Democrats who I Ideniocrats.: resentatives. not been alreadyforwarded to the Room a.c Times BIdg., New York. Care Daily News
-clir.iti-.m of prin.iti chairman of this committee.C. .
For County Ci>miiiit>ioii<>r. lOne Tax Assessor.
., 1:1: my platform. lODe Tax Collector. B. PARKHILL, I
i1' nil -nit to any one i After due consideration I appealto One County Treasurer. DAN MURPHY, Chairman. THE GARDEN SECTION :
friend and the democratic
I' \\V-t 1'jlm n-ach, I II my many Five County Commissioners.Three Secretary.
i; HTDSOX nruit.for I voters as a candidate for the
Members of the Boardof
; County
office ot county commis-ioner from o-OF-o
County Treasurer. district four of cambia; county. Public Instruction.One .
i Frank E. lirawner I the Justice of the Peace for District INSPECTORS AND CLERKS.The
i- : 1'lej *e remember me at primaryelection Fensacola 'JF1 Ida
', ,,11.1", !'nm! a-4 a c llllltJatt"I I of the democratic: partyJuly : No. Ono. or ,
.,' of K-cimbia: One Constable for Districts Nos. 1, I
< I'td-urer I 15 lW:!, D. M. MKKKIIT, following named persons hav
-,> / i-t t.. the! action of the : Olive, Fla. 3,4,5,0. I been appointed! by the Dtmociat'i1K.ecutie Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
.' 1' ,nuiKirit- July lo:, and : One Chairman of the County Executive Committee of Escanrbticounty : t

nn '!It.- -u;p4.rt..f the voter r For County Coniiiiit>hioner. I Committee. to conduct the primary election ,
One Secretary of the County Executive Beautiful Lots for Sale.
For County Treasurer. The friends of R. Rathwell of Committee. of July 15. H"i2, in their respective
Dint Springs hereby announce him precincts under the rules of the
candidate for One member of the executive
: "uno- mylf :A : county
candidate for Commissioner State and! County Democratic Executive 40x137 feet at from to
11. itMti ':.r the po-itiou oft as a County Committee in and for Precincts Xos. $76 $200 each, accord-
from district No. *> of Kscam- : Committees and the Instructionsthat
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'r'-a-ur'-r >.f E-caanbiacouu- one to twenty, inclusive. ; ing to location and surroundings.
bia county subject to the action of will be furnished" them:
-i-t if'I: H action of the demon.arv. The State Executive Committee has
the democratic primaries July 15, I Precinct No. 1.-0. C. Clifford, Jno. --- -- - -
",> : prescribed the rules and regulations
J. \V. FH.\TElt. and a-k for him the support of the lof the primary for state officers, including ''I M. Rich. Sr., inspectors; H. L. Koberts Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,
voter*. clerk.Precinct} .
High Dry Fertile Lands.
the State Senator and members ,
For Tax Assessor I : No. :2.Frank :'Ilansh,
of the House of Representatives,
:r.by announce my-elf as a For Chairman Executive Committee. Cravey, inspectors; John Davenport
and the County Executive Committee, The grandest opportunity for investment
I I.t'.-for f-tlectiou as Tax As- The friends of John 15. Jones here- at a meeting held in the office of clerk. ever
i it F.-cambia: coui.ty, subject by announce candidacy for chair County Judge McCuIlagh on the 26th Precinct No. 3.-C. 11. floyett. \\'. J cffered in Pensacola.

n'tint- '.f the democratic pri- man of the Ecambii County Demo 'I' day of May, 19i2; provided rules and Wilkins, inspectors: ; C. H. Kupfrian

July' j'.. cratic Executive Committee, subject regulations as follows, in accordancewith I-Jerk.Precinct. Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
W. W. Rit'IiARtN. to the action of the democratic the platform and regulations of No. 4.-S. P. Hendrix Mark

--- -- --- voters of the county at large at the the State Executive Committee for the Hunl, Jr., inspectors; John Langren
For Tax Collector. 15 and ask for him I cleik.
primary July : -V.Clubbs
nomination of candidates for Tax As 'I
I I f-r-by annouuce my-elf as a the hearty support of the voter" Treasurer Precinct No. 5.-A. J. Biisbrp.V.. R :
sessor, Tax Collector, County
'UN.lidate'for re. lection as Tax Col- I Wea\er. inspectors; H. F. Frater.
'.ir. fur Kicatiitn.1 .-..unl .. *ubj >ct For Secretary Executive Committee. i Coucty Commissioners, School i ckrk. Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
Hoard, and Members of the Executive
.' al.tI'lI1l1t democratic! pri- The friends of Ben D. Beers announce Committee: II Precinct Xo. G.-T. J. Davidson I HIloblis. I

July li. his candidacy for Secretaryof I inspectors; B. M. Uonifay
A. H. D'Al.KMKKKTK.: the Ecambia County Democratic The names: of the candidates for clef k. r. C. HKE T. WSJ. H KNOWLKH, W. K. HYKR, JK., J. H, REKHE.
these different county offices and members -
For Tax Collector. Executive Committee, subject to the of the Executive Committtee must Precinct No. ;.-John Hammock. J President. Vice-President. Caabtvr. Aii't Cashier

"iml: Ii Henry llellinjjeraiiiin action of the democratic voter: of be printed upon the official ballot to be W. Norris, inspectors; Ed. Campbell.

.I".L c IIUlld Ht' for Tax the whole county at the primaryJuly used in said primary election July 15, clef k.
15; and ask for him the Procinct No. 8.-firo. Gibson llu.lPrrotor
i "f f):-eambia: county, ub- supportof 1902: and no blank lines will be left First National Bank
the voter, I inspectors: Taylor Crabtree
t' ,1"III"cr.1IIl'rl1l1arr to be, _. I ion said ballots, and no voter will be ;
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I .,v !i'". !'M'i-j. :and rtque.t the : allowed to vote for or write the name dak.Precinct.
"f ill Democrat- For Member Executive Committee. No. 9.-P. R. McNeill. A. J
candidate on the said ballot
-- .---- The friends of John Touart announce lof unless any the name of the candidate be I Cowart insppctoisV.; T. Dick t-U'rk OF PENSACOLA. FLA.DIRPJo'r ';
For Member School Board.
him as a candidate for member I Precinct No. 1'J.-C. J. Ward R. Eldims. -
nd- ..f \\'. ). .\ ertonhereHHH printed on said ballot.
i" ; of the County Executive Committee : inspectors; D. H. Bryars. clerk.
I
Each desiring: to have his i B.I c
Ins l'.Ltlllid.lCfor the from precinct li and ask fur person Precinct No. 11.E.. B. LPP. I.
!1"11! aa member of the him the votes of the democrat of name printed on the primary election Minims, inspectors; J. B. Stewart.. WM. H. KNOWLE8 W. A, BLOUNT, F C. BRENT, W. K. flYER, JB ,
I It MII| fr.-m di-trict No. :j, ballot as a candidate for the above I
the precinct at the primary July 15.; clerk. D. O. BRENT
'ounlomres and executive: committee
t-> ti!I d-m-'cratic primary --- --- ( I Precinct No. 12.-J. L. SchoIIs J. C.


i Member, 1-,11i.Board i>toa.Public Instruction."I'. For The Member friends Executive of Frank Committee.Hl'iIIan- I, county shall the executhe noon tile with hour committee the, 12 chairman m., on on the of or:24th this before I'' Oli\er.Precinct! inspectors No. 13; .-t:.J.I)O.. IU-pgs White, cKrk, Sr.. Mp ad kssiii Entagi 1 Mul A\ 1 d SQ!WPr

!
"-ii.J! of Hon. Khjili Ward nounce him a* a candidate: for mew day of June A. D. 19):2, his notice of 1\. A. Fihl-'I', inspectors; J. EmmKtWolf .
candidate her of the C.H1I1EXf'cut \'e Committee *, chMk. .
as a in
name candidacy and application writing
I
from precinct 13: and a-k fur I Precinct No. 14.-Jos. I. JohnsonI I
the
of
.
"!i I'-iMic'in a- lu-truction 1 member from him the support;; \ of the democratic to blank have to his be name furnished so printed by said upon chair a 1 >a\e Kusloman, inspectors; R. C I ( / "We draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, Ireland ''I'( :' .

N i if J--nllllJu: county, voters of the precinct at the primary man accompanied with a sum of i Caldwell\ d.:>rk. I Germany, France, Austria, Italy Holland, Spain! Belgium, Russia, Not I it k l
.. July I 15. ;' Pi >cint No. 15.-M. P. 1'31n1l's.I .
nf the demoiiu
.i'i..u money, assessed by the committee as way, Sweden, Denmark and other European countries
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/ .in.- July 1 1->. I follows: Mansfield! Moreno, inspectors; F. M l f J

For Executive Committeeman. I Whitinc;, del k. trVesse18 Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Terms, and theft : -
hl'rtbannounce Each: Candidate for Tax Collec- Precinct No. I-'..-J. G. Howard C Taken !
I myself a a Obligations Payable at Port of eatjratlon Ten
t-r- County Commissioner. .I candidate'for) member of the Count} tor . . . . . ,$100.00 Flowers, inspectors; J. W. King I after Vessel Arrives there.tV or Fifteen Dart, ".
'. as a. for Tax Assessor !
> uiiii"Uuce my-elf Executive Committee from Precinct Each Candidate clerk. !

> 'f >r election a* i'iuntyi :I Thirt..n und 1 *olicit the support of ., . . . . . 73.00: Precinct No. IT.-K. A. Kllht>D. J. A, : Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection iI '

i i I' t from di-trict'2 of E- H"m..eralic'oteri! at the coming Each Candidate for County Htmlrix. inspectors; J. L. JJo t. clerk} I with which have Prira r
we a
'Intr. -ubjt-ct to the action I primary. JAMES L. SWEENEY. Treasurer . . . . 73.00: I Pr.'cinct No. IS.-John Gibson H. T of Renters. Apartment for the Dn i
'r.i .r ..ltlprtUllfle;; July lo; Each Candidate for County com- Knteikin, inspectors; J.1.. Harrison $

t.: -ui;ort >f the voter For Executive Committeeman. missioner . . . . 10.00 I. clerk.

J'IDi (i. WKI.II.lor The friends; of ThoV.,; Kent announce Each Candidate for School Precinct No. 13-1V.: H. Trimmer S I

; Board . . . . . 10.00 Terry Jr., inspectors; F. M. Wood. -
County Commissioner. of him the as Democratic a candidate Executive for member Each Candidate Justice of Peace 5.00 (']I'rk.: WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE!

'.k J iiu-ou! hereby an.n.t Committee fri-m precinct 13, subjectto Each Candidate for Constable. 5.00. Precinct No. :20.-G. W. McCurdy Wnt to-day fnr onr liawl- 'Ja,
..lfa* a c ciudidate for II the action of the pi imary, and ask Candidate for members of the Executive J Daniel Bowman inspectors; 1-'. M r... sums lUunri. naaitut READ THE I ETTLH& r
a"JIIU1CUll1ll1i"i iouf"r" Committee are not required to I I md w* .bat tra1.: prefir from our patron and j
clerk. izt
i- for him the support of the voter Mayo mioina we Il' RK 1* monad fut !
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1 'i t f.-ur. Ea' Llllbia county 1'aan\ assessment. C. B. PARKHILL i o.r t' 'RL kl'riieloea.-t.' ...d..ol( ,,ia al'r'J_
of cf 1
democratic For Member Executive Committee.The so'on after June :24 as possible a purcliaftct a Luc W.1) ourl./: r. .alie hoai 1! ,:
As I twtir {
> : I'-> Mill\ of the I DAN MURPHY.! Chairman JESJ ( : or of Perfume tlwir : }

t .1' comiurf pritrarie-i. He friends of James IcHuith announce list of all candidates for above-named Secretary. 2.jtf;; I a | ebareof an.llnthcmirkct.aijToeor thfliantomMt t. lara: I'.rwlrU, 1 : ,
.- f >r the reason that he his candidacy member of positions will be printed in the news fI"' ,Mare.l.J......... xmer,. Rr.ut'm; !'ana, lake I' I I 14 f

..Lire i anJ think* he can the County Executive Committeefrom -- -- I G tbeu.! :* .nt Rtw"Ih MlleOnly2ttxMGl.!,f'jp'1> ,: ."_-
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ti- the bi'-t interest of WARNING. w<* rare: a bO-rirre Illaurr f>. -''''A ttojwl : ..
tii predict 11 and ask for him the bnt .. .
a tmutifuifTdrroriitMi d.t 1 tS lAet.m4yr.
I,. -unty. If his friend support of the democrats of the pre. Sixty Years of P.ijiularity If you have kidney or bladderI H' diruM.fn.: IIZ"I..r iau. "n.... InTiwdtt. 4 ,..
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';'Ir! intVre-ted ,three with cinct at the primary July 15. i U the record of Painkiller ( Perry I troub"le and do not ue. Foley's Kidney I am ".r"mach f'tttnt: w:tn m;diihM,an I I". fj UeainoE.o'li in,. I','. ttr-., ) AUri..rai kfn,. ,,".
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vill gvbe I..ullotr mxl .. '
will :Il'rrt'cllte their .up' Davis'), but the shop* are full of imitations Cure, you will have only yourself twinMm LfLC: BEW .lJkl 104'' For Member Executive Committee. blame for 'ult'a it positively NlLf'llllnLI.I.OuII.w :al1n..ctrunlProlA.tl.. i-r ,
made to sell\ upon the great to re! food,.....,.;.tol t..t.". My un.mere ON a: fined .e a. w a ...,, It"-aJ .qrs.. i a
Ihefritud: of W. B. Wri;ht announce t cureall forms of kidney and well rra..d: mi t tar lam We ime njt i..n m. w'etrtiM y"'". Non.M'''yrf 4. (
(or County: Commas, oner. I.. hi- candidacy member of reputation of the genuine ; b*> cautious : bladder dipae \V. A. D'Alerr- nebcice.tmpitwe before. Fit Kndanothrrr W e "1"n y/a IS: "lays' ti ," ,nVl 'tj x f
in a few dajt. I aw more than p.e.r.d wrt'1. he Co. d.tiv.r UK KwlJ and : injof J.V.. Hrewton of : the Bounty Executive Committee therefore when you ak: for a I berte 121 S. Palafox.i h' )1... Alj.N'ts miClIIXOs.* money before ".'11.1: us. l>..', 4.1.y ,.

. N" ."> ai.ni tiin'- him a* a from precinct I 15; subject to the action bottle to *ee that you get the genu - for 12th i Ping Sts
SALVONA SOAP CO.
1 '. -r r.t-I-a.tl"l1 from said I j of the democratic primary July ine. An unfailing remedy for : Foley's Kidney Cure ST. LOUIS, MO. tI'

it :"l:! *. fie :s::iouof tl.t-j Ii: and ask for him the support of I
colds, bronchitis. nukes kidccys and bladder right. r
J I iiy 15. I the voter of the precinct. I coughs




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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25. 1902


--- FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH '
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COMMITTEE

EXECUTIVE : SaleAT

; !; Crockery !! :


MET LAST NIGHT ( ,
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''I Chairman Parkhill Read_ List of Candidates THE BIG STORE i SHIPflENT;



l Who Had Qualified---Clerks and Inspectors ,. ...........................I..t t tit.....


1 Appointed. $10.00 Toilet Sets at $7 00 : \' oO"uEDWIN


$ 9.00 Toilet Sets szd at $6,50 l
I i '-\\'. H, MaoW ,

... Iud in adjourned l session \V. Rjchaids) offt-reii a list of CLAPP'
r : i names to be chosen as inspectors an.' S 8.50 Toilet Sets, srs, at $6.00
Parkbill presld I
f -M ,1'1. i i

t't'I ,'r-'i't I' Mii.iiiy: present, ando I I| clerks{ candidates., which was signed b\.' a number Water Sets, 3 pieces, tin, at. $1.00 J

:'t.i I i j J" i" 11- IS represented: :t I A motion to lay the lift on tl.( table

J t- '' 1. 5. 1:. 7. 8. 9, 10/ was carncd.Mr. $10.00 Dinner Sets at $8.00I\ ....OXFORDS FOR MEN. .
I'I Tippin mod that each I I
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1 I.,; 17 18, 19 and 20
mi'teeman presttt Lame two lusim 100 sets Cups and Saucers at 38c set j
( I',? bIII! stated the pur ''tors' and one clerk for his reeptiMt.inecinot ; I JUaTKECEIVED IX NEW J..umnw LEA1 rvrvn ,

I i n be to appoint and that the rar.ihi'at'b'! I'r i .
100 38c
sets Plates set .
< '"i ikant to take > : sinn: r.\"' lllt "

01 : : i 1-1.: of candidates who I{, Upon all namtil calling!. the which roll ua the canmi Inspector I 75 sets Water Glasses at 12c set

'11 -1 h 1 1'1'' Miles and filed and clerks were earned. after which
: !( $51o$6
60 sets Water Glasses at 15c set
.'!11 i ,' :.- l:.11 hun BeforeU.f j j'C ,' ]Ii..t i was turned over to the ltr.i:i I .
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'. '1 that t.r Trap Gates who, after a kt.-fc'c.n uf 1 hal.
hour 60 sets Water Glasses at 18c set PAH:.
an submitted the fuunuiifc, leaking
,. a I" ftInl' jmi I.lt S as I

'J '.''! ..tiling! V.r: T .bin H'Naeltangcs: "
Inspectors and Clerks. 50 doz Jelly Glasses at 15c doz JUST A BIT BETTER THAN THE E

I ," : i,.< vthat AH i'lai.K: ,
I Precinct No. I.-G. C.
j Clifford Jno
i :1 :!.< kit for those: 3ji rich, Sr., inspectors; L. Roberts. 15 sets Goblets, fine, 75c set -

i t I f,) Vote fur whom I clerk.

,.:. .a',1 : li i was can :'>il, H' Precinct: No. :.-Frank !afJt. Ash 25 sets Goblets at 20c set MEYER SHOE
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f,' li.l of Cii.ili, : Cra\e, inspectors; John Danl'o1't
.td| 1.: 1 :'ultt.ng: ; : : -
cltrk.| 40 sets Ice Tea
Glasses at. 25c set
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'vi.i 1 ::1'i : (jilalllltfd. [ Precinct Xo. 3.-C. II. Boyc't W. JVilkins ,
| \ Fed FutnMieis for li n-.h Oul.
F.r State Senator. inspectors; C. H Kupfrtau,
clerk
\ ..! Precinct No 4.-S. P. lI..ndl'ixIark 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET-
\OURS TO PLEASE.JDiiliom :; .
fr Representatives. I Hurd, Jr., inspectors; John Laugui.PucmotNo .

H (' Cijpnu! Chas! I dl'lk. -

.I! I; F111hj ;1ILF 5.-A. J. Bus bee. \V DWeaver I l
II inspectors; H. F. grater 1 J. M. FOLKMASk ]
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Joljnson

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Tax Collector. clerk. : oiL \ /
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'I : : ii and Hear Bet Precinct No C.-T. J. Davidson H \' < Contractor:: for D. "

Hobbs, insPE'ctorH.. M. Bomfay, J"j. ns4lg"t .
For Tax Assessor. clerk. ._ ,;: .,.rfI' ,. Call Up riione :* !.; or Drop .i I'
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.\ W Norris Ed. Campbell - t All Work C O. D. and i. : .
ih&peetois; ,_ \'l\\ '-' I
r"f Treasurer. clerk. 1 :/ ; ,
xvl.' \ Corner ISajIen< and Oo\ernn ',
he knew of two men )
x.t. said
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Precinct Xo 8,-Geo. Gibson, Dud MILCH COWS FOR SALE
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: .1! .Il1.11: \\ F"H-:! anr1itli.tt. far lXE'cmin' ;< rrmn i I
I Proctor inspectors; Taylor Crabtree WLt'ok On Block \\'fl of i'ostoface, Ku .'
Fo C. t.t ; Commissioners. ;l t f'l-ml'll, : who had not voted the straight OR EXCHANGE '.
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\ -.I.J 1J lioijuU! 1., : I i Precnct: Xo f+.-P. R :\lcXdll.' A. J i icket.Allen. ; \\ 1) T. W. LEWIS.
I Brewton said that .T. A. \Cil-
Cowar ins,,'tiers; W. T. Pick, cluk. i FOR DRY CATTLE 1
i -J .'jc C.. \\'d: L. John !I Precinct: Xo. l".-C. J. War.!. n. BI! !!nr., who'a'l a candidate tor ejuim 1'E31.ER INFI
itlii'g-' ii:.s-pe< !tiiii,; B, H BryanCIHI.. r.: '< cumnntt''ruan: had signed !I f >> .
It... M. V il. W'\ P', L. 't ho. 11.- E B. Lee. L tlfituni. :.uattr's p' llrldll w11 K an upon I Call at loi Vest Cna street and dJl Jt: : \ \ I. .
." \ -': '. ,.. inspectors; J. Ii. Stewart tl!h<'. ii'i'eji: 'inart: tlck". I make your choicp.I6jlOt" j.f \\\tALL\ I I PAPER "c''
I'I.H;l! I'M"I: I Z j iildk, It ua.it. d.! ;! ii\ ji) I i..are all such mat- lito. \V. Tl R1t'tN, IK. i9_: .'-i. -_ ,. : :

I. V nit-,. I U \\.: C j: P.Mi'.t i Xo. 12.-J. L. Sf hells, J. G.t., T* to the cl.a.iU'ai. and where thesrandidatvs 1! ,' '.J".L. .t.J\t.... ------ t:,. ,
1 1vV II''Olnn! I. i u-pfcrofs 4 ; E, I>. Bess. clerk. I'; made oath their names areo ICE.COLD'ATEI: IELOX-5 AT \\U'I1'1' ; .atl.crcr! : ,il)!I. lc--t[

: I It!. i..\1 t ii>, Hah 1't: ,f' i Xo. 11: -J. G. White:, Sr.t ho allowed to remain on the ticket. !JTHII GARFIELD ICE CO>. Du.iiir': HmjiM 'r: i't-try. f: .
1A I Ir t'nn .
\ r'l t.,'r. Subpectors; J. Emma The LH-tiie 1jouru'l1. '
\\', I Call I'p| i'liuileu a:>1'tt
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-Lers Sc!.ool Board II\ I'. \o ," !! ffiTEverjKTEEDMAX laud en-
4 n!'11 14.-Js I Johnson
Lall the dust. Youcanluy\i titlf* to !
\ \ t i'il.-, have Ku.rl'nii you sonif'tliiiitr. Cj'lforbTEEDMAN
.> '.t' .!,:. ,.ii't. Ji i L f ctlt,1''n! dulv. iifp] ('t'ii; R. C garden hose at the WillisretTlllI.l'c i* CIGAIL t N ( < G < ( ( ( _;

"" .' ,\. : ',,::1. K ,: Pi ..,!ht \I). I':;,-M. P. Palmes, / Co's. I j jCOXCKUT fl'riiVi fi""i'1ij" tlr

i i in.-f.! : !"Mr! : iv.. u. j, '
r Constable! j'I I \\i .r'1.-. t ;' : h, AM DAXCK AT 1 tins Lawn Mowers, at the -
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N .t' \( \\ tluh"llr !; I| I'I.C' 'IAHXGLI.HlXFF THLIRSDA1'NIGHT. f Willis Hardware Co's''UfE
\\ i>, U.--J'" t'.I", J. W. King.
I TKA1XAT S. s3i) AND SS;;,
e.r. i-tt.e Cortimittee. 'do \
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I'I 9'. LAST TRAIN RIITlUNrtATJ
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:5)' TICKKT L!;> c.E.xTAT '
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- I \1 .ni.;.' :.'n1 ..a\ ': I Regular Dinner Daily.

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: .'' \1lt':1 1.. ,,- v i 1.3 Short Orilers !'WIII pll.ar::
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( i :Ui In. "'H"Uottel! home ..
1,111 II' I.: : I \ "fel ; >
,'. The Best Laundry Starch I illeilNi i !it or I)ajIf ft:.,.
t. 1 l I.I'n.rt tt llllUv : 'as :: r'.

\ ,M't L': l I. u fr"illMi-lilll., Mir'' \ -1'1.i-i -,. 7 v Mr. on the Market. 'b -- I1.C JI IIIRIID >> DIIJDQa lI

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:,' "I i Ii' 'n t1, it I .. iw lie.. n i ii '1 'tut:anl to 1..1'! i n-udut: Starch Manufactured -:: Nick: Apostle's
.:,' j" ill ? ', tS %I,.10U bu-nir-I tot :i ,. i t'. p'i"u i : 1 :, ,; The only Th MEUX'S
'I I' t.trk T 1 '1. 'atj"u of th :'iue in the Couth -
.\ n i in i till1 !: C < i 1" I.av' Popular Restaurant.
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,. H. I -h.. r.. 'IL.I tl::f r i.r :UlJ bi- : ::1.111 Par!, !hill! tL\ i: -poki. I'' Help Build up a d jlc-CCI

J -i- v !'i .t- t to t.iL i..,. Ktapai- I' \i!. : ,,' nf the. puiian and sta. .. I rll IJIIIJillll 9 lJI
i t'.. !!1.. r ,11.x..r 'i-.., tvfineii-i' ..t ? I' f. had already been matl.1 SOUTHERN INDUSTRY .v'I ijt
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i I 111.1\ 1 I' nil"llll\ : ...1 tn Irk f l t.- t >.:q j t'I,. matter of the pay of 111. v,4 "

.. ,r.. nut iii"\.>' 'tin itfi-n.i,:. 'i"; '; ;.I i clerks aril; the rul.: a--. I Stlmol of !-hfJrl hand. T3pexriting and Literature.
.. .ul! ..111'n'!: triniblfi!! *, :i.>> tint! I'nd' nidt returning officers had not
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time to enterchool and ,
GRAND preparf.ir a lucrative
i Ir\' u- I fart that gave uua t 'i .1,"< j.l. il upon. Z I j>q.n.

I .:1'. i' ,1..11 tri.uhl-. !| :II!!i' S,"'..Tan moved that $2 rlai .....,.... .. \lcatiou. Night and day -e -inns.
F.i r VHII-.:o I maw .ui !\dvfrti-f-1 ,. :''MM.I Chairman Parkh.ll prr cal, I,-..-.-"- :->.. ..... '---:-... .-.-..-. -.-., .--_-.. ._ ....._ V, 4th of

n; for P.'-tUtn F-i.xi CotF-t' winch! : Vi! R ,1". rts t.. the chair and amcuilt! '[: July Picnic I UK MAMA ItOJsA ]i
r :, ;itfJ the lit Hl-i, ,; of collce on the : l\'y s'tb: 'tiMitin? $I per day\ ; Great Clearance GRAND EXCURSION.T .

, ... iv ''-. I .'It .'h i H tI..cd..t t" ui.tk* i M: Abticrornbie aid U.at S2: pf-1 i :1 I ASHCELEBRATION! isLliP' \TH1NG KSTAIlLIblUlLM!
t! .' >-:iaii4 t :11.ii Itavfurt t ghee .u d 11.'a- little enough Two du'.lais! I i
1' : i Sale! Ii ]lathing in the warm jrulf water !is
: ik on IV-tum. h" t I -1It !I.i- Fi i
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j j..r i'awas < ded11'< t- "It ill til tt't' knUttl xi r.t t <1 ., conceeded to be the finest in the
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II i harman Parkhill then rtfun .1 t
world.
I uu! !in t' i' "IIuiatt'J aiij' more, tht t I Eserythingforpleasurewtthsafety.
communication i .
t'? t hlli.'u i' I.'k. ie\er i-.init on elot. : j Al Good board and lodging. by
i tli Compared the assencnt: II; tEcamlna : Trimmed Hats. Flowers, q the day or week. Luncheon
i.N'' ,i* 11":11: -''11:" indi-creti "u<'!! prompt
,.t'liikiiu' C'I..,.. wlucli I arn: fool and Jackson counties H. t; : Magnolia Bluff ly served at all hours, day .-r ci Lt.
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: 1\1\ I.. I ta\f ncuiure !.eoidlc.p! *. u o'fl'Rd lit' allowed $It'r day and actual ran t in the E\ THE 2m-tf J1au.r;r.r. day. July Ht leaving I
Line
fan at
Millinery
:.., i -ur "t"u.jcli and 10: bill )uIN t"i i I mday! n. >rning at Ii
: I fi4ve not been -ick tnmyi. Mr Sr-e< l.an favored $1,:5u per lay: i : : '1)11 ELari' Fare for round
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-:: u'.4.l!: ort>3il a ncrvouoinitiuij; Mr. G :'\\n.: ?:2.: and Abercr-'n.i'ie $- t: ....HALF PRICE.... j : : K. I 1< Elegant china closets, M.'bil.. *: (r j4" to New On....
A i:iimb'. r of the candidates! sideboards Front
M. iu t!:reo y atAm IWIr,' 5bi, -pok k and leather- i, Cantonment C' t.t:.
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y., ir- .>1.1. and l.avc better health I up ai.,' -a.d they wanted no reductiondecided k: MRS. N. BOWERS. \\ I MYSTIC ASSOCIATION. seat chairs at Marston a'3 Pen=acola. A pedal rat w

ni'l do a bttter bu: un" aud more It vis to allow :l'tllrnin2 .. _. ,. ...J2l I $ made from Milton to Pen-a
I .th f2 \ t :::;- ; '; : .' '>.. II Quina's- i i
and 5 ____ Low .
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II ufortable than ever befure in mylif Icray pet> --- JAanli\ for Grand Street Paradeat prices; easy with this excuni
... I ct-rtaiuly attribute the changet. : ; |! nui! 10 a. m. payments. turning leave New Orleat.I .- W
.. tHa\iuoifcorIee( and using 1'os- +, A Printing: committee was Jin ap ,i I day morning at 11 :;M o'cli. ..
turn for I have taken uo medicineto po'u ( consisting of Chairman Paik See Posters for Full Details. Mobile Wednesday afterm.. ,
ail iu w31.Iugthe ch.iD.re. I hill Secretary Murphy and Mei.:, Save\ Honey by buying A handsome prize will be given to MEAT & MALT has a marvelous o'clock. Coffee and refre.: :.

Te: experiment as toted i? abohitely hithan, Tobin and AHercromlntW your furniture the lady selling: the greatest I dietetic value. While refreshing will be served on train return
true. I am willing, if neceiary *I- A. Shelby asked if a man who at Marston $ Quina's'Jreat number of tickets. 'i I* rcha-e tickets at ticket off ,
: to attach my HlJ.iMt to it." ( did not cote the democratic ticket ir and pleasant to take it helps assimilation For further information ap; .

Nameptenby To-iuiu Co.. Battle 1900 could participate in the election l Furniture Empo Admission, including fare, 35c; of food. Sold byDASSHEIn.'aER IlOBT KlXi, .

, Creek, Mich. | and upon being Informed that he couUit rium. Children, 25c. P. THOMAS
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