The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: June 26, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002076174
oclc - 33669261
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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China. Special: to The New. Special to The News. I I Intercessional Services.
Ala. June 25.-Another
Montgomery .
New York. June 2&Senator Depew

who 18 in London, compared the er-I curious freak of nature has been 1

of Jetf. ,
reported from the neighborhood
feet of the news of the king's -

a to the t'U, here with the effect of the news of the Last week came the report of a large I Special to The Daily News"LondonJune26.An

crack In the earth of unknown depthon TWO MEN KILLED
HIS assassination: of President McKinleyin
KILLS official bulletin ;
Hat en. Conn.. June 23: -One oft Capshaw mountain.Yesterday .
Buffalo last year says the ondon
important\ announcements otmmeccement came news that a well on issued at Buckingham Palaceat
correspondent of the Herald. FOURTEEN INJURED
season was the FATHER SLAYER 3 miles
> the farm of David Phillips just
"It is an exact parallel in many respects 10:30 this morning says:
:,.'<- by President Hadley in hisa with the incident at .Buffalo, from the crack and directly across the !I

thin morning to the plan of although the element of tragedy is mountain baa been stacking severs.] "His majesty had a much better

.. s ui of Yale man to establish a I Special to Toe N eWi. wanting," said he. "I was in Buffaloat days '11he smoke was dens for night, with refreshing sleep. He has Special to The Daily News: "3

Knoxville June 25.-Troy Smith, a awhile, and has bally diminished un Madrid, June 26.-A gunpowder-
o >n in the Far East. This mission, the time, and the city was in Just
til, it Is now barely fero) >t>tible.! Pe> improved in all respects. His can-
-h is the first of its kind to be es. young man aged il, shot and killed such a state of exultation as was Lon: magazine attached to the encampment *
who drank from tH well hv
David F. pie stitntional condition is favor
of Amerl- Rogers a prominent farmer don. quite
lined by graduates any at Carabancbel five miles
been taken ill Mid 1M water la rafted.The .
of Union county Tennesue. near May "looking out of my window Just
aiiollege, is to be conducted alouq nardvllle.! when the news was being given out two phenomena being to 81018 able and the state of his wound is from here, exploded this morning1.

> broadest !lines, carrying on evan- believed hive ....ulto
e tO th to
u | r are
The shooting occurred In the crowi I witnessed a dramatic sight There satisfactory. Two men were killed and fourteen
medical and especially educa ed from the and there
< .ji-al, sans cause. u
ed dining room of a country hotel. was a tremendous congestion of per injured. Scores of
, >&al work In a Urge student center Smith! was eating when Rogers entered sons and vehicles In Pall Mall, which a great deal of speculation as t$ tfci (Signed) "LISTER, houses were

m North China. It is to be undenominational the room. The latter WM in the act ol lasted fully 15 minutes cause. Negroes la the neighborhood "SMITH, damaged.

and Independent o! any exntlng ; sitting! down when Smith arose and "Suddenly a news vender was seen are badly frifhUaed. King Alfonso and members of the
I society but will work In harmony exclaiming! : "There's the man that who held aloft a huge poster ef one royal household hurried to the

with them and in specially close killed my father! drew his pistol atr of the newspapers bearing the words "BARLOW, scene.
sympathy with the American board. fired twice both bullets taking ef- Coronation postponed; King very 111.' "TREVES."

has promlse1'is fect and causing! Roger's Instant death, "In a moment the whole crowd had
This last named society
moral support and its co-operation Smith walked out. coolly unhitched dissolved and soon the street was occupied INCREASESpecial The gates and thoroughfares to I NEGRO MURDERER

his horse and rode away. only by ordinary traffic.
The mission Is to be controlled by a Buckingham Palace are surroundedby
The killing is the sequel to a tragedy "One thing that strikes me most
'ouncil! of 40 who have consenE'jto
men which occurred In Knoxville. whenIn forcibly at this time is the Immense I crowds, who are anxiously awaiting HANGED BY MOB
serve in this capacity with the following to The News.Ltrmingham. I
189. David Rogers it was chargedshot personal popularity of the king. Nota '
June 25.The coal ml
officers: President Rev. Tim- news of the king's condition.
and killed George W Smith, father single! discordant note, and I have .
othy Dwight, l*D. L.L.D.; vice presi nets of Alabama through their committees
of the man who did the shooting talked with distinguished men the British flies
to. many Wherever flag to .
dent Rev Edwin S. Llns, D D., of New in joint session of miners and Special to The Daily News:
day. Rogers was tried four times and have I heard in the general chorus of
Haven corresponding secretary, W. operators have made demand for increase intercessional services
; finally acquitted.! sorrow for the king's illness and I am day special Memphis, Tenn., June :$.-News
M Sloan of New York; treasurer of wag<>s for mining! and many
sure this! is shared by eery right will be held for the of the reached here
Pierce N. Welsh, et New Haven. other demands in the working of the recovery today of the lynching
thinking person no matter of what na.
The Congregational, Episcopal and REID CANCELS mines. king. of Wiley Campbell, a negro, who cut
Presbyterian and Baptist churches aN tionality. They demanded a raise of the maxi
"This Is a very disastrous calamitj! At no time has there been a seri- Mrs. Alice Barfield's throat last Fri
thus represented among the officers of I mum prier from 55 cents to 60 cema

the council. All details of admlnistra ENGAGEMENT which will touch the"hearts of people per ton. eight hours for a day's work, ous suggestion of establishing! a day, near Lusk, Alabama, in an attempt -
all over the world said General
run will be left to an executive con and a pay day every two weeks. to ourage her.
Joseph Wheeler "all peoplI ave deep All that was said was
mitt*,. -- The operators presented tie old scale The
sympathy for those who Just about negro was hanged by a mob
1'rofeeeor Reel will act as executive al toTbeJXews.; of the past year. It will be seven! founded on pure speculation, emanating -
receiving great honors are suddenly of 600 infuriated citizens. The
before the matter U! settled. The body,
secretary Th" medical examiner! U to -= days
London. June 25. Joseph ft. Choale. prostrated. The entire world hopes from that the riddled with bullets
bit Walter! James of New; York. the United! States new scale will go into effect on July a suggestion was left hang-

Rev L. P. Thurston. of the class! of withdrawn the Invitations ambassador to the dinner tag. I I for"Whatever the kings may speedy be the recovery.course of the I, A strike is possible although! not Prince of Wales might act in the ing to the tree.

898. with another re eit graduate, ,' which he was to give June 29, I.I disease the gayety of London must, probable. place of his father, as King Edward Burnett's Vanilla Extract has outlived ,
will to China this! fail! ipendiftg '-
go -
and Whitelaw Reid the United States It alms to me. Immediately ce.... The criticism. It is the finest and purest

tear studying the language It is expected special ambassador. I la busy today canceling I English people are very liberal to I PASSENGER when he was Prince of Wales frequently vanilla extract that can be bought.
will II 5
that in due season Yale
all hU!: engagements. Mr. Reid Americans In entertainment and al: acted for his mother, Queen Once tried, always used.TODAY'S .
cd out of to this! mission
a score men
has determined to close
up the special the expressions we hear in London In
who will work for Christian edu- embassy (ITRAIN WRECKED Victoria, particularly during her
as quickly as compatiblewith regard to Americans are of the most MARKET REPORT
ation m China.CHARGED .
decorum. He will to the
go continent character.
-- last illness, but without having -
for a !.lOrt stay and may possibly "1 am sure Americans can Join In BY

WITH visit Scotland, returning to America wishing King Edward an early returnto Special to The Daily News: formally been appointed regent. l'ESS\OOLASTOCKEXCIIANGE East Government !
early In the autumn.It health." Ashburn. 'Oa., June 23.: -The out,?} London has never witnessed and -

is said that Queen Alexandra i is "Forty millions! of English people Ing passenger train on the Hawkins BTOCK8.

WIFE MURDER bearing up well, and is much touched are sorrowing because of the unexpected ville and Florida Southern railroadwas I never again will witness a bank hol- Open.
with the expressions of sympathy pouring turn events have taken," says H. partially wrecked about a mile i iday like today. The streets are Sugar... fj1i 126,14' Low.126 Cloea.126tf.

in from all parts of the world. Clay Evans, United States consul gen from \Vorth yesterday.The i Atch....8l3., 21.i !;1J4 81 JJ

i. ;iai to The :-i eWiI. f" Among the telegrams! received by the eral. "I am sure my countrymen both engine Jumped the track cap empty compared to the last few U. S .... 3734 3738 37Jt' 3n.

Norfolk Va June 25.-Charles F. queen was one from Ballington Booth here and across the sea are shocker r>ing with it the baggage car. The latter I days. The shops are generally III ...:.1574 l573': laity 15731L.

1 )!borne carpenter was arrested hereon who is in Berlin, in which he says the by the news of the king's illness and was badly damaged open M.0.. 6t N..13612 P l.m1" 13h\2\ 13534

a .'harg of killing his wife. Mattie Salvation Army all or th* world pray for him! an early recovery." Engineer Allen and Fireman Mullil but little business is done. Riots Man. .131 iQba! 132 lu9se 108'131 .; 109.4:

will pray for the recovery of the klag. both received painful Injuries but 131
Obhorre II" malntampil that tha occurred in Hemel and Hempstead Paul.174 I75i 174 17H."
they are not thought to be serious. Penn ....lol1H.
-- ---- laP 151
woman incited the wound which 151
EDWARD'SHEAVY Extent of damage to car and engird! in Herts county last night owing to P..... 64'g BPi &1 6H"y
au.sed her doath
ALABAMA could not be learned. '. U. P..104iT.C.I JuM.i 104$fc 105
At 2 o'llock Sunday morning O* ._ r -- --- the decision of the coronation committee .. .. .. ... .. .. ...

h rne aroused the house which he INSURANCE I C. F. I.. &'.)' 110 89
in BAPTISTS MEET Panic treated by Mad Dog. to sell theprovision1 intendedfor .j A9

mil hili wife lived on liermuda street Columbus! Ga., Jute 23.-A mad doa NEW YORK-
-- COTTON.Open. .
.1.1 declared that he created sensation here the dinner for the poor.
as lay asleep hele -- a on Lower Ht !11. Low

< her. his sift fired a bullet froM Special to The Daily News Broad street. The street was crowded The Prince and Princess Wales July..b75 876 WM Close HAS!
Special: to The >iews.
a evolver into her brain and died im New York, June ::3.=In the event of at the time with women and chlldrcn August..854: 847 833 334

:adiattly. Decatur AJa.. June 3.-'l'h&'BapUst the death of King Edward VII. the In- and the mad dog's presence In entertained 1,300 poor children here Sept .. ...bl b2 >01 803

state convention met yesterday devotional of will suffer their midst occasioned Oct....jll'J fau2 7SS: 790
The corone;'!* jury found the body surance companies England almost a panlo, today, remaining in the gardens
"feUnlngnat extrciias!: being conducted by the most staggering! blow knownin causing them to run Indoors fer safe -
rally upon the bed with Dr. William Blackwelder of WGO with the little two hours. CHICAGO-WHEAT.
e holy through the left the history of that branch of financial ty. telephone alarm was sent to
temple and noiwdr lawn. The enrollment of delegates --- Open. Hib. Low.
police headquarters and First Lieutenant
.' stains face investment.It ...
on head. July.
or 73'2 73J 73
Tts dead woman carried four life showed The election over 200 of present.officers resulted as will cause a loss of tens of mIllions Ryckley went to the scene at JULES CAMBON Sept .... 71% 72,1.. 71J' 721 731'COUN. :
and killed! the mad !
'C.nrance of dollars to the regularly organ once animal. Another
policies aggregating upward follows Hon. H. S. D. of .
.,f 2000. Osborne : Mallory, ized life insurance companies alone. A mad dog was killed! on Broad

"7 Neighbors declare was the the benefici-coupler Anniston re-elected! president; R. E. much greater loss will fall upon finan street by a policeman last night! GOES TO FRANCE July....Open.68 High.69 Low 67' Close.
first B. Graham
vice ?
Pettus. 685
; I clal companies of various other kinds, ... *
\ devoted to each other. Sept 60 Gl
Botlime },
6yTa 603
of second vice .
Tallader president _
hers from Marion };. C. which have taken heavy risks on the Charged with Burning His Store.

; W. A. Davis. of Anniston, re- king's life at high! rates of interest. Columbia S. C., June 23P. 11 Special to The Daily News: NAVAL STonES MA11KET.

elected secretary.The American life insurance companies Madden, an elderly man well connected -
LaGrange Votes Sewer Bonds following were presented te tin New York June Ambassador Reported Dally for The News
howe"er.111 suffer no loss becaus3': who has for many years been a : bf
hafirange Ga.. June 25.-LaGrangaa convention: Dr. J. N. Prestrldje! of I Union Naval Store Co.
in this country to obtain life insurance merchant at Cross Hill, Laurens coun Cambon sailed to France today in i
.. just held a bond election that wal LouUville, editor of the Argus Dr. lost,. tl
; policies the applicant must establish ty, has been arrested charged with WW ..... ..
a,:Jiost one way. Two hundred and R. J. Willlngham. of Richmond Va., the steamship Savior. He said: -- U w H ........ _M n t
_... -
wo ....... ... ..
an Insurable interest in the p< r- burning his own store and three others II ) U .. ._ 1 .., ._
Ifv; votes were east for bonds aajo ('orrE'ipondlnlllecrptary of foreign missions N'-.-.. .-.. ... _. sat K.._.__ j.; I
son insured. King Edward carries tt3 on June 12. Both the and "I am has taken .I&5
sorry congress no M------__ g u .
makes *.. ._.
Rgilntt.This election cer I F. W. Barnett. editor! of the Alabama 1 __ I25 I
I ; enormous! sum of I3.COO.OOO placed town council offered rewards for the I K.. .. ....._..._. 2 M l) n____ 1 25
'iln a first-olass! system of sewers tot.aGrange Baptist; S. M. Province of Montgomery action in the reciprocity treaty be- t------... Y W l; below.,1
with English companies. This is on alleged incendiary. Dstectlves, It ia SPIAITI TUlrIJrTUrl-t7! .
she has been ;,
a thing need
and The address of
others. personal policies, upon which he pays said! found goods taken from Madden's tween the United States and France,
itg for some time. The election au welcome delivered by Judge W. II.
was premium out of his! private purse store in his house. MYERS THINKS t
hQrlulI the oily council to issue |25,< Simpson of this city and was respond. but the past year has been full of ANY OLD
The total risks on his life oa policies

of Ou tl.COO worth, at of 4 bonds per oat In denomination Bids for tin *d to by reports John Ashcroft on educational of!Flor'nce.Several and. by business men Is placed at $21,000 Three in Judgeshlp Race. good feeling between: the two countries -. THING WILL DO THE PEOPLEi

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\Vaycross. Ga.. June 25.-The candidacy
::ccd wtll b* reeeived up to noon ol i mission work were read. 000.The which I hope will continue. I i
czar of Russia is said to carry of Judge Willis Dart of Douglas
'tie 2ith of this month tad no bid us Senate Bill 61. A y
I personal Insurance of W09,000, ai I for judge of the Brunswic.it circuit to also look forward to better commer- Bill to be en.
4t r par will be coaiMerel at all. Try the NEWS Want Column. titled "An Act to i
well as $1,500.000 on the life of the fill the vacancy caused by the resigns compel railroad ,
cial relations between the "
-- -- --------- czarina! and $2. OOOOO on that of the tlon.of Joseph W. Bennet, of Brunswick countries. companies to construct and provide i j ,

Grand Duchess Olga The emperorof has been announced. Three candidates suitable stational accommodations for J id
LAKEVIEW DAIRY.FRESH Germany carries $5,000,000 personal are now In the field-Artim passengers at the stations on their

Insurance.Of E. Cochran, of Waycrosil Piikt 9J treating nasal catarrh will get the lines of roads. On the passage of
best result from Ely's Liquid Cream
Baxley, and Dart. this
what does a bad taste in your Balm. Price, including sprayingtube bill Mr. Myers voted NO. (Senate

mouth remind you? It indicatesthat Of All Not Welther Enemiesof 75cts. Sold by druggists or Journal .1893). 22june2t

BUTTER EVERY DAY IN ANY QUANTITY. your stomach is in bad condi- humanity cholera h the worst. mailed by Ely Bros., 66 Warren St., Filthy Temples in lodla.'I i t

tion and will remind that there
you Treatment to be effective must be New Sacred
cows often
York.New defile
PUREST AND BEST MILK IN THE CITY. is nothing so good for such a disorder prompt. When vomiting, purging Orleans, Sept I, IOCR). temples, but worse yet is a Indian body

as Chamberlain's Stomach & Messrs. ELY BRos-I sold two that's pointed
i and sweat announce that the disease constipation.
Liver Tablets after having bottles of your Liquid Cream Balmto Don't permit it. Cleanse
I is present combat it with Perry your gviv
used them. They cleanse and invigorate a customer, Wm. Lamberton, 1415 tern with Dr. King's New
Davis' Painkiller. All bowel troubles Pills
R. M. AVERY Delachaise St., New Orleans; he has and avoid
Proprietor. the stomach and regulatethe like diarrhoea, cholera morbns used the two bottles untold misery. They
bowels. For sale at 25 cents per and dysentery are overcome by Pain- giving give lively Hvers, active bowela
all and wonderful and most satisfactory result good digestion, fine
box by druggists medicine '
killer. It is equally health-promot ;_
PHONE 411. !. OEO. W. McDuFF, a
dealers. ing in all climates. > cents at W. A. D'AJemberteT'

Pharmacist drugstore, 121 B. PalafoxT
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WILL MAKE Democrats and Populists of Nebraska

Name Him for Governor.
Women often astonish new acquaint
CLAIMSMANY LIVES"i Grand Island Nebr., June 25.-At 4
who introduced to a large !
are .
11 AFFIDAVIT I family of strong boys and healthy girk, o'clock Senator Alien addressed the The liniment bottle and flannel strip are f L

who call this young looking woman Populist convention making a strong familiar objects in nearly every household. '

i Eighteen Persons Reported mother. It is popularly supposed that plea for the nomination of William j. They are the weapons that have been used for

fV New Lease of Life for ar I maternity is the foe Bryan for gorernor. A delegate mounted generations to fight old Rheumatism and are -.. -.
I Killed In Indiana. | -d of beauty and the about as effective in the battle with this giant j
I if a chair and moved that Mr. Bryanbe
Postmaster. /b.g and faded face
: Iowa : !' worn disease as the blunderbuss of our forefathers I
.; of mother nominated by acclamation. The motion -
I I :: :
would be in modem warfare.
i PoJtmaster R. H. Randall of Dun HOUSES BLOWN TO ATOMS. -p ,' Kerne to warrant the was carried in the midst of cheer. I

f lap la., says: "I have been a great t belief. But it it hardto lag and applause. The conference Rheumatism is caused by an acid, sour
: sufferer from Indigestion and result I believe that nature condition of the blood. It is filled with acrid irritating matter that sett! ..

, jog evils for years. Being unable to obtain Physicians Summoned to the Stricken' should compel a committee was instructed to notify in the joints, muscles and nerves, and linimet'ts and oils nor nothingelse

permanent relief, I resolved to trj Towns To Relieve the Sufferers i woman to sacrifice I the Democratic convention of Ue action applied externally can dislodge these gritty, corroding particles. They

Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Before 1 hac ;, the rightful of the Populists.Five were deposited there by the blood and can be reached only through the blooJ.

1 taken one bottle I knew I had found i|! Grain Elevators Demolished, Growing dower of her minutes later, before the Democrats Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieve temporarily the aches and

wb1t I bad long looked for. After s Crops Damaged. I beauty in order knew of the action of the other pains, but these are only symptoms which are liable to return with
fto every
bottles I cured of awrenew it :!l.I out a
was carry
few convention C. J. Smyth appeared and of the weather the real disease lies the blood
l change ; deeper and
nil left side that I had not been fret Indianapolis Ind., June 25.-A spe- -F j natural function system
. from for over ten years. I am better to of her being announced his willingness to withdraw are infected. Rheumatism cannot be radically and permanently cured

t day than for years. Kodol Djspepsij clal to the News from Greenfield Ind., And nature does in favor of anybody who couldbe until the blood has been purified and no remedy does this so thoroughlyand

I Cure has given me a new leaseot life '''says: I II S not. The pains nominated by the two bodies. The promptly as S. S. S. It neutralizes the acids and sends a streamof

, "If any suffering person will us I A terrible storm swept over Hancock 'l_ and sufferings proposition was received with a chop rich, strong blood to the affected parts which

;i Kodol Djspepsia Cure, I believe, if it county this morning. taking in Maxwell __ incident to us of "Noes!" dissolves and washes out all foreign materials, and the

I- it a diseased stomach from which the) / motherhood are, The Democratic convention sufferer obtains happy relief from the
Wilkinson and Pendleton. It was notified torturing pains.
J Buffer, that they will receive permanent I to a large extent -
-v 7/f/ of the nomination of William S. S. S. contains no potash or other mineral
1 relief. Anyone wishing can have blew down Louses in all of these yr unnatural. J. bet
. is Bryan by the Populists! and the withdrawal is a perfect vegetable blood purifierand most
a worn statement as to the genulnne .' towns, and from ten to eighteen people This provedby ,
and truthfulness of this statement." I'are reported killed. the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription of Harrington. Mr. Smyth exhilarating tonic. Our physicians will advise, without charge, all who

1 This testimonial is the voluntarj j Three in the chain at which prevents and cures who had been nominated by the Democrats write about their case, and we will send free our special book on Rheumatism

. Statement of a man who baa suffered, | men factory nausea, tranquilizes the nerves, encour- expressed his willingness to and its treatment. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
found relief and wantsothers to receive Maxwell are reported to be killed. In ages the appetite induces refreshing I

the lame benefits. Kudol Dyspepsia || a funeral procession at Cleveland, sleep,and makes the baby's advent prac- withdraw or stand for the nominationat .__ ___ __ < u --.- ---

Cure will cure any case of stomact V Ind., 18 horses are reported killed. At tically painless.Mrs. the pleasure of the convention. SCHOOL SUPPLIES

Y{ trouble. It rests the stomach by dl.1t Maxwell a grain elevator was blown Orrin Stiles of Downing Dunn Co.,Wis., Bryan took advantage of the opportunity How Lincoln Felt.
write "I have been intending to writ to you In 18C2, says a writer in the Kansas
The alone
pelting what you eat. rest to address the convention, making At C V. No. 11
down well the chain factory. Thompson's South
as! as evtr since my baby wa born in regard to what City Journal Colonel Alexander of Topeka -
"I would restore health. But Kodol your*Favorite Prescription' has done for me. a plea for harmony and fusion. an-1 PaUfoi.
Several Lit
II5pepila Cure also contains tonics people are supposed to 1 cannot praise it enough for I have not been who was an intimate friend of
which build up the organ and hasten | killed at Pendltton. Nearly everyi a well for five years as I am now. In July last I at the same time declining to be nominated President Lincoln, visited him at Wash Besides the standard lines of rnu-
1 had a baby boy, weight 11 lb The !
convention then have in tints. with
! the go(1 Ki results. You don't have tcdtet house in Cleveland was blpwn! down. sick a short time and since I got up have not ington and found him in a greatly depressed tionery we n-i
l Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will di-l',, All the physicians in Greenfield went had one kick day. I have not had any uterine .'I began balloting on which Harrington state of mind. velopes to match :
what eat. Helps children too. trouble since I sot up. I was not only surprised was leading when the latter declined Royal Crystal Bond-
pest you I'to the stricken towns. Greenfield I
?- mends
myself but all my here are surprised to "This being president isn't nil it Is Hurd's Holland Bond.

, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is on the Pennsylvania railroad, see me so wdt." absolutely to accept. At this point cracked up to lie, is it, Mr. Lincoln Ladies' Art Stationery.
Favorite has the testimony -
Prescription" the convention adjourned for brealc-
I JO! miles east of Indianapolis. Alexander.
'ft! inquired Colonel Foreign Mail Etc.
Cures all Stomach Troubles. of thousands of women to its complete

frflpa""d only Iy E.O DrW ITT.'. Co.,Chicago cure of womanly diseases. Do not fast.At "Xo," said! Lincoln, his eyes twinkling! ArtistIaterial.. Office Supplies "-
ill I The II. IfitlU-conUlLi!.{times this SOc.Jue.t. CUBAN CHURCH CLAIMS. accept an unknown and unproved sub- 11 o'clock both conventions r.oin. momentarily.: "1 feel sometimes lika ': Memorandum Rooks. Fc

. stitute in its place.Dr. mated W. II. Thompson, of Grand Island the Irishman who, after being ridden All new and bright.

i, ONE MMITE! cough Curt Washington Data Explanatory of General Pierce's Pleasant Pellets clear the for governor.Interesting I on a rail!, !'said t gorrr, if it wasn't I
Rubber hose all sizes
and the breath. ar
Wood's Settlement Desired. complexion sweeten for the honor av the thing, I'd rather ,
i! Cures quicky: TLat's whatit's made for. to Asthma Sufferers. I "
New York. June Presidt-nt Pal- -- -- ---- -- the Willis Hardware Co.'s.You .
! 1 Daniel Kiute of Otterville Iowa .
Harris Pharrracv.JohnKheppard ma and cabinet have decided says a A Mngnlnr Marriage Ctntora. I
B. Kain. Herald dispatch from Havana to ask The Kurds hate a very curious and writes: "I have had asthma for I On the flrt indication of kidney will have pride in you own

Minister Quesada to obtain somewhat dangerous: marriage custom, three or four years and have tried trouble, stop it by taking Foley'"sKidney !flower gardens if they are on your
Washington which would think about all the cough and asthma I Cure. W. A. D'Alemberte, I own ground. Your husband can buya
Tennessee Coal Lands Sold. data explanatory of Gen. \Voo1sttlenient one would be uiofe cures in the market and have received 121 :ri. Palafox.. home, and he can do it now, although :.
1 "''' of the (hurt h claims. The honored in the breach than In the obsorvance. treatment from phylciau'lin I
he think otherwise
Ciattar.! B.ia T..r n. .11.l1f'|) :LT>-A flo '1\ may
i' Cubans invoke the Forakrr law anltht' The husband surrounded by New York and other cities Every woman wants a home of he
b.' til with .
has en il t tV ro'iniy rpj: :
queetlrn right of any permanent a bodyguard of twenty or thirty young but got very little benefit tin- own, and if she will have a talk wit:
ter here bv wlnih James f!. Aydflott. i!j arran i'mtLt.I men. carries his wife home on his back til I tried Foley's Honey and Thos. C. Watson & Co. th
I ,
of Tu'lalHinu! T-mi fon\".' ; to ta'Arncrlcan Tar which immediate -
) : :in me
a scarlet cloth and is gave
Insular agricultural cocietifs desperately assaulted Tha ilf iature in onrer'f box of the geanhc j leading Real Estate Agents, they
(" .t! I are relief and I will never be
>: and Ita.Uay rompai the whole
by n number of i
uniting to fend way j > UxativeBrorno-Qainine Tablets can show her how easy it is to get
of Nw York. a trait of !land in thiscounty I a commlsbioner to girls. without it in my house. I sincerely i
Europe to the boards recommend it to all." W. A. D'AI-I the remedy that cores a cold In one daj one.
urge; of trade in
for $:!'l/,lIt The tra( t Inclndes Sticks and stones are hurled at the -
I English.: German. French emberte, 121 H. Palafox.
the c.-I-luatfil Haisy coal mines. Tht> Spanish bridegroom: who, in the coming home Pyuy-BalRam Stop.the Tickling. hose
cities to establish closer relations with with his md oulcur 1he Iofkmm..4n In ti.e'bjuat.BAUNER Buy a new garden
New York company is buying conisider-! bride can hardly be consider-

;. able other coal ioprty, in that vicii! I Cuba. I i iI' i ed a u-ry happy man for the irate Fellow Feeling. SALVE from the Willis Hardware

.. The Planters' association has petitioned amazons often inflict Jonah stood on the sandy shore, ges: ,
1ty. and will l -\ -op! e\t i.M\ely. I' on him marks
t congress! to fr"e estates from which he carries to the grave. It may tI'ulatln"lIdly at the whale, which !, the moat healing aslve In thAt worl* Company.

Harper Is Held Under Bond. i taxation for five years and all private, be that among the lady pursuers are was rapidly receding over the rim of

Watkit.sulle. Ga.. June ::-The I mortgage loan and banking InIiU'.II"I some of the bridegroom's former the horizon. IBOYS and GIRLS I lo money you duilng wub to spare make moment s little rxtr.1* JI
little knot of
cotnmittmer.t! trial of John Harper, I tune for 50 years. j "tlames" who turn the mock attack natives eyed him I BO.you can readily do to, by 8..11.io -
A proposition has been into with Interest: and listened politely to ( our "Blueine." 40 per ('..t, commUeionon all sales. A n ludispnabe! article for
of Mart-hall district who shot Loney 1 presented to downright earnest to avenge his remarks. At last houebolUur. tirry lady UUtligbuU when they see It. One then makes the finest
congress to grant admittance free of slighted !ofe. I Arninadab the Kluf.niter you ever usul ID the WH-II. Write today before your territory in taken b?
J'ayue. a faim hand ha; just been I I fisbbite, ppvke. i some une else, and we will send by mum mail, one dozen packages of Blufine."
beld. Harper was bound over to the duty for the text 20 years of all Iron "1 know Just how feel about it I I When you liave sold them return us ,Mir., retaining tbe balance, 4U('., as }"ur cuiiiui.islon. '
i and material used in tho homes of tI.i .' Spring Fever. you lo not delay but write at once
superior rourt on the charge! of Involuntary Hpring fever is another name for Mr. Jonah," be said. "I lit one bigger \hh-GI.; MAM'KACllItING CO D fJ1t. C IK. Box 91. I'hila.l'a.

) manolau&httr, bond being fixed i poorer classes' |i iI biliousness. It is more serious than than that get off my line last; summer, I j.:!I --- -- V V

at $500. most people think A torpid liver and I reckon there ain't anything else!

I Leads Them All. and inactive bowels mean a poisoned ; that riles n man up so much." I I ROYAL STANDARD \\VllISKEY{

$100 mW.\lws100. "One Minute Cough Cure beats all ; system, If neglected serious ill- Hut Jonah only turned angrily away j ji

The readers of this paper will he other medicines I tried for t 1 npas may follow such flymptoms'j i and strode to the market place, where '

pleased to learn that there i N at lea-t coughs, colas, ever and throat and DeWitt's Little Early he moodily abked the price of a gourJ | 8 Years Old, i in Casts of 4 Full Quarts, at $3.20 per cast
croup all danger: by stimulating the liver,
I .
dreaded ti seed.-Judge. F
one ( -(-.hIJ that i-cience ,
i I lung troublesays! D. Scott Currin opening the bowels and cleansing

has been able to cure in all it- -ta!:re* of L"ganton, Pa. One Minute Cough the system of impurities. Hare pill*. i iNevtr : TEN YEARS IN BED. V THIS WHISKEY distilled at the Nelson Co..

and that i. catarrh. Hall's Catarrh I gripe. "I have taken De.Vitts ., Distillery, and is fully matured in wood
Cure is the only ab=olutely safe | :
R. A. Gray, J. P., Oikville, Ind..
Cure i i" the only positive cure now which Little Early Risers for torpid | before bottling. It is absolutely pure and not excelled
V Known to the medical fraternity I I cough;; remedy Mothers acts immedi liver every spring for years," writes I writes : "For ten years I was confined ii quality by any Whiskey of the same age
ately. everywhere tetify !
Catarrh being a con-titntional dNtif R. M. Everly. :Moundsville W. Va. to my bed with disease of the no matter where produced. The Royal Standardis
to the good it has done their little I kidneys. It was 100 severe that I '
< ; requires a coii-titutional trtatnient. 1 1 I "They do me more good than anything eight years old when bottled, and, considering
Hall'.- Catarrh Cure i. taken ones Croup is toO udden iu its attacks i I have ever tried" Hargk'i could not move part of the time. Icon..ulted its excellent quality, is the cheapest whiskey in
that the doctor often arrive4too I
( the best medical
internally acting directly the Pharmacy. John hf'ppard'idnev I very the market at that price. As a beverage, and as
upon late. It yields at once to One skill available, but could _ _ _
pet no relief -
Mood and Kahn. I
mucous Mirfaces of the an absolutely pure stimulant, there is none better
Minute Cough Cure. Pleasant to until :
h fI 'tt"m, thereby destroying the fouii Foley's KiJney Cure was 1)_ Shipped in cases; containing no marks whatever t<
take. Children like it. sure cure recommended to It has been gL'i
dation the) vti-ea-e, and giving the I I for grip bronchitis, coughs. Hargis' C.A.STOn.rA.: I Godsend to me.W. A. D'AIew-a L&N indicate contents. If purchaser, upon examining
patient xtrength by building the me. t the whNkey is not satisfied with the quality he
up bid 'n'Ih
Pharmacy, John riheppard, Sidney Bears the } ,, berte, 121 South Palafox.
cohstitutioi: : and a"s-i-.ting nature in I can return the same at our expense and money
Kahn. S0 t\O '
doing its work. The proprietors ', Signature / # \i t will be refunded.
I _
have -o much faith in its curative | Jonnh and the \\ liaie.I i of aZ7 UThe ISalrfftiin from lie Northern WOOd I All orders should be accompanied by either
that they nlfer One Hundred I II -- ---- ire in uj-lialsam..tie curtain euro fur coujn.MIDW1KKKT. =tofl5ce order bank draft
powers I There is nothing: in the oridnal texts man who owns his own home iIGHTYtARSOLD currency. po money or express -
Dollars for any ca-e that it fails to i of the Ilible to sh-jw that the creature insures! himself against lots of I money order. We refer to First Nations
cure. Semi for li-t of testimonials I' Bank or any merchant in Pensacola,
told swallowed Jonah
which trouble
we are: worry. Nobody can fl'AL
Address, F. J. CIIK.NEY & Co. The takesthis method
was really the: same animal we call a raise his rent, and the rent day has V
Toledo, O. I of the no terrors for him. It's to own I)I lof oaering her services as arstchss
and i--
,.-"Sold by Druggists. 75c.He "whale" In this day ape easy licensed midwife, having : S. A. FRIEDMAN
I! -world. The word translated Into l both I, a home now-a-days. Thos. C. had 35 ,
.. : Watson & Co can tell how years experience.
the Srptuapnt and the New; Testament 'i
Can give best of references from
I easy it i*. Call and see them. 1 SOLE PROPRIETOR, PENSACOLA, FLA.
: is thewell' was the Greek! word 'Katos,- which I leading physicians of this city. -
Happy Home means! simply n sea moii-ter. and this! I MRS. M. GIDDENS, -'

j word was the one used by our Lord in IF YOU ARE I jltf 114 South DeVilliers Ht. tI1ISKC P. O. BOX JIM TELEPHONE 179

furnished home. .arstong j hl! reference to the account of Jonah's I I .

ik $ Quina can supply you 1 exploit. So far, therefore, as the Hebrew I LOOKING FOR BARGAINS DR. KING'S I II .ArIIIIOPIAI5_ ca ,.-I handle every class! of Liquors sold, In

| or firtvk words are concerned, L bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail, at prices that

with all needed in the way 1' the monster may have been a shark aI'f'I i I TRY NEW DISCOVERY t are way down.

of house furnishings at the i serpent or some other uncanny denizen ,| For the next ten days I will sell ;: l_ AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
i of the deep. !I i FOR THAT COLD.
lowest cash
: prices or i article now in stock at a !
Hence there Is nothing incredible in you any TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.

An KtcKrd \'Ulon.Tlnptlziiisr the statement that Jonah, upon being; discount of 2:> per cent from the regular Cures WICKE&CO.
u l.i> s" lire j.rl'lIt"t'IIts I thrown into the I''a.3!! quickly overtaken Think of will ,
:, price. it-you
omoti the WRrofs of the south. On by some' water monster andKwatl.wed Colds Bronchitis Asthma
ave $:i) on a diamond ring or pin, ,
one owiMun the oUl black I : :
fi I without buffering mutila-
i; where at regular price it would cost PneumoniaHayFeverPleu-Plumbe and
t. took two caiuliil-iti-s, one a tnih1i. j tion. To Biblical btudents It Is a well I, Gas Steam fitter
ngpil sedate the $lttO. See save :25 cents on risy LaGrippe Hoarseness
quiet man other ayoun kn.'wn fact that a vessel sailing from ; you ,

r, excitable Mlow well out in the !j Joppa to any Spanish) port must pass i every dollar's worth you buy. Now Sore Throat, Croup and

, stream whenthe water was waUt I through a section swarming with a frpecics ') i is the time to buy your diamonds or Whooping I No. i South Palafoz Street.All .

} deep. He put tho ol
tVj who came up foMttl: his arms and look- I sea d ig has a throat large enough to cheap.; Call and examine I NO CURE. NO PAY. P.L"''"Hn'tfIIII2S! '. PIoNIUr.I1' A .'Tf ,

-.g .H! diirnilii'il and ii'<>u<. '! 1'111101fair tized men.-St. Louis He- very Pric. SOc and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.
good nem mber offer is for
: The j'uuncrr: 011"'. after boinc! put mitfer. i t'Ublic.
rani UI' j.rrc.itly t'xciusl aiul shout- only ten days. No trouble to show WEEKLY MCHKDULI
.A. : :
'a'r';: ; M..Avery
Ins: "Olnry! <;i<>ry: I seed iK Inl'! 1 I I < in an Awful Kate. ; goods, J. STEPHENS= ,
I s v.l him in do waft'r -riht; down dar Ii:i "Everybody said I had con umpi 112 South Palafox street.OA.STOaR.XA. i I,

at tie bottom: .\ () .\. KLECIKICTEUM1MA
----- ):
i tion," writes Mr*. A. M. :Shield* of 'I : 'SUCCESSOR TO AVERY k WoOLFOLK ;
d The iiMor one. pnttins; turn on the '! : : .. RAILWAY COMPANY. i
Chambersburg. Pa.. "I wa so low
boulder. !sii.l: : "llii 1 !>h. honey; hu>h. 10...the 1e Ki&J: VCJ a.e Eas & iI! I IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
after *ix month* of ,severe; sickness: I I Trains leave Pensacol for the Litli
Pat warn't d '
Lonl. I 'l'd It.
< ( It
I '
: W Tarsi
: cotbin' but a h'rralin.-\ew York cau-ed by Hay Fever and Asthma, 7s '.?11 1!1 i, and BIJOU Fort Big iarrencas liayou at rrlngtonN T7 HARDWARE.

Tribune. I that few thought I could get well I'i ivio I..m.arrive at Yort Karrancai I:18aL i

I but I learned of the marvelous meritof ', I0uu a.in.arrive at Yon Barrancas 10t g.to I
A Real Friend. Dr. King's New Discovery for The finest line of umbrella? in the. 1oop.m.arrive&tFOrt: Barraneai l:4 5p n I
I!I J-SO: p. m arrive at Fort bsrrancai 4:18 liD Iron, Nail. Axes Shovf, Haw Mill and Bteamboat
"I sullered from dypepia and indigestion Cnn ull1l'tiou. u=ed it, and wa 0111- city is at J. I. tepbens'. Go look Fort Barrancai I
6:19 .m. arrive at 7uop a8It
for fifteen years." say* W. pletely cured." For desperate Throat it them. 0p p m.arrive at Fort Barrancai 8:45 p.o Supplies. Cook ing and Heating Stoves Paint Oils
and Lung Dieaeit; ; i* the safest Trains :leave Fort Barranoai for Fenta i Window Ola ;1. Guns, Pistols and Fishing:: Tackle.
T. !Sturdevant of Merry Oak*, N. C.
We will launder cola at
cure in the world, and i is infallible your spreads for
'After I had tried many doctor and I I for Coub: >, Colds and Bronchial! 15 cents each and make them loot r:15s.m.&rrive at Fensacola._, 8:0":() .. Ii I Agate and Tinware and Hoiisefurnisliing Goods.

avail of like IJW. Star Laundry. lino p m. arrive at Yensacoll1I p.B I
medicines to no one my Affection Guaranteed bottle; 50c. .
2:00 p. m. arrive at Pensacola_ 2:40: p.r 'LrAGEX.'5 FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANY..
friends persuaded me to try Kodol.: and HlIO.> Trial bottles free at W. A. 5:OO pm arrive at IVnsacola __ 6.4ipD: :
D'Alemberte'*, 121 South Palafox.CA.STOrl..A. 7l\J p m. arrive It Feceacoia.. .. T:42p.: Revere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery
It gave immediate relief. I can eat ? arrive at Peniacola_ tK r Wheel Co. Liftln & Rand
V 4 mj&m CURE YOURSELF ?:45p. m. I Powder Co., John';on's K\l-
almost anything I want now and my! cukis rc'BigUfornnnitnnl I *Haturaa7 only omine, Iron King: and Buck Stoves and Ranges, Wm.

digestion"i good. I cheerfully Ire K.r H Ii I t.54.... disrhsrge..lnitammathris. FARK FOR WEEK DAYS Coup & C'o.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury'sMade
recommend Kod >l." Don't try to 3-an ... al Asays Rntirride Owui..4 irriutiuc. or uiceratio.vwtir. i'eniacolalo Fort Karrancaiand retort 4i.Fenacola ,
I .. ( DieuUrand.PDtIO.Ct.4nL Railroad Colors.
care staunch trouble by dieting. S aII" t F mucous inl<.., aol Dututiui' to Navy Yard and return_ El.Pentaoola I
That only further weaken the *yUm. #- -r.-.-lTHtt *.J CHE en Co. FeDt" DOIBUDOOS.IT to Palmetto Beach and recrt ..6.'JU Masonic Temple. Pensacola. Fla.
achs&Tlo.sold by Druggists, 'DAY ICHIDDDI.
You need wholesome, ?trenetheuing : .
food. Kodol enables to V.5.a. BeSt In pleta wrars,?, When weather permits the running oopen !
: you A eiprwi, prfjud, for coach('..
assimilate what you eat by digs-t 'a .s II.Ou, or I Uiltkt. -

ing it withoutthe stomach's aid. r3 f/ -3 'CircBlif esat-- -en--- Leave ii PentacolaI. m. >T fort 10 Btrriatf I. m. : C W. B. WRIGgT GOtDPAliY

Har is' Pharmacy: John :Sheppard, lla.m. n m. : -: ,
tidnf'alll1.: flgnatar' I. en every bci: of the g"nnine P [ 1p.m., m I Jp.mlp p.m. "
Laxative i Brorao-QainineTatiew I p. m p.m. ,! ti,
wish the best ,-< .""% *.final tM.I 4l.lf ( *auin*% 4 m pm. A ----L\
V If you very the rcciody SLat core a cold In ODe d j. \a.ti.I. .. ... .- t.&t4. .. ,... .. .., ( p. 8p.m.
,' '\ .1 ('Jllt'In' 'IJ R .. p.m.
ice cream freezer at the very wI .:c... I.., "U' ..' 1..li ....:. ... ,..... Ip. tn. Ip.m 1' ,
'< V ,, .
.- lowest price the Willis4j Water coolers that do not : ,J ,....,..... ,.,.l....lcn.......lIiI ..4- i.a.I..h... pail von erDAY i1JLr
L- u... ,. ., .. c'eniaaoia to art Barratcsi ITJ
waste ice at the (.ZV:. ,,... .,'1'"anl.I it u..u.!......:.T.'.','.04...I....1.1.l'C" to. 1 are ana r.tnrn_.____ IDo SAWED CTPEESS SHIKOLES-KDl-Dritl EWPENBACOI'A
Hardware Co. can please Willis 'LI"IC.II.'r ,, ._ ,. .
.. .l.dl : .. P Diaoola to Palmtttc Beech acl :
.. ....,.1.u. I.. I..... <,. ... .... f.tifr ___ ,___ lit
Hardware Co.'s. -V.-- ..... i i i mSo
b Oli. ,. .&. ' I
't "' ; V Jlaita. M t..re. UILA. j-L trelfht received alter 1:16 p. n>. ,


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1 FIFTH SUNDAY I Don't'Use .

Railroad Commissioner of Alabama I "Let the COLD DUST: twins do your work. I

Announces Candidacy. : ELIM ASSOCIATION

R.rminRharu.; Ala.. June .5.-The po-

al bHisatlon of the day In Alabarr..i: '

e, '1' R is the announcement of Judge : .' I MEETING!:'

j, E faffe. of this city* for the office I ... ..l I II __ I Stimulants i ito

o\'prnor. II I :iI
[rt .-ernes as a surprise to his moat I Ij I The fifth Sunday meeting of the 1 l!I

friends as it has been known' !
miate : j Elim Association will be held with ,
time that he of ,
was one
>: a I
-, ". nor Johnston's strongest allies : the Pleasant Hill Church June 27. bony up weak, worn, tired-out stomachs. Spur a tired \ a

I announcement of Judge Caffee : I 123: and 29. The program will be* as I horse-for a moment he bounds forward then .
-:. .eht; by some to settle the quea- drops. :
>f Governor Johnston becoming : follows: I

d In',' ;date, although others believe Just so with a tired stomach. Stimulants force ; t,

I'-At intinston will run notwithstatdin : Are you a slays to housework T JUNE 27TH. it to a brief "' unnatural effort. Then it
i'ailee'3 candidafy. collapses com ::11 it .
; S ci.- Kev. J. H. '
GOLD DUST p. Preaching by
1 'Ipp Caffee is one of the Alabama' pletely. It needs rest. .

i ;road; commissioners and editor of has done mar than anY+lW1r else: to emancic&tt I I McAnally. t jj

. Alabamian a weekly journal start. household women from It cleans the B&ck-fcreKirz everything about burdens the housepots. o{ the- By the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure your food is ; .

. t-cre fix months ago; as an ant'tifitlon pans dishes clothes and woodwont. Saves I 1 JUNE 28TH. I :

, : paper and in favor of a time, money and worry. 1 j digested without the stomach's aid. It builds the .
Mate: only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. 10 a. m.-Called: to order by the up body
" :,,ite ;>nmary and against what it Ch.ca a.: New York. Boston St Loa.s. 1

r .. H as rlncr rule. Makers of OVAL FAIRY.--: SOAP. i i, chairman ; song No. 101 in Gospel'' while the stomach gains fresh strength. Rest is nature's .

: : KILAUEA A ROARING FURNACE. i i\\l hymn; 95th palm; and prayer by'I', greatest tonic. It soon restores health. It is not necessary ; .

('I. :IIAMNUCATARRH I ]Dr. D. C. Burson. II I

\M lTHI-: FOIL FLYS Believed Hawaiian Volcano Is on Eve ;,I' 10:20 a. in.-Calling the roll of to diet. That only further weakens the system. Kodol 'j

N>> at MBAIMGATARR San Francisco of Great, June Eruption.23.: -The bark churches and hearing reports from Dyspepsia Cure will digest any kind of good, wholesome j

Roderick DIm brings from Hawaii each.
AYfEYEq food want to eat. Cathartics afford
111I W that Kilaua volcano is more active II a. m.-The work of the Holy you only temporary ;

Cream Balm than of four at any years time ago. since the outbreak I Spirit {in the Churches by Rev W. : relief. ;

1\' I pl..a.ant 5.tuxit Since June 3 smoke and flame have B. Moritz and others.

dlUIl no E. IgKO been issuing from the crater in great II :15 a. to.-Has the church any i I "I had stomach trouble of four years'
t .rlo quantities From Hilo: the sky in tie .!. Made standing" Geo. Colbath Mich. i t
which Alpena
scriptural right by to govern says ,
direction of
the volcano resembles
,',,1 an..... tll.. =" a.al I'..., .. : ,.. great storm-cloud by day and at night: 'its' members? By Rev. J. L. Br}'arsI To "which was so bad that at times I was forced 'I
I .l'hlIl1uatlflll II. "I- and l'rulI''I- :I DIgest to abandon business and in bed.
i ,n" 1:"-b.re-lift -' -ot of 1ii-t-, the flaming' torch above the crater can !j I i and others. my stay .
Lar "'u."- -, ut Or I ig bt01 by be seen for many miles by vessels '<|; 12:30-Recess for dinner. I' At last I was induced to try Kodol Dyspepsia

al tin lUc ,by tnatlIL1.1 JItlTllt.I--: passing the island. :I I I :ll) p. Devotional exercise !t' Food. Cure from which I received immediate relief i
Sfi Wmreu.-tint.New; Yolk. In the vicinity of the crater the ,
- earth trembles almost constantly and I ''ed by Jesse Jordan. i and a few bottles effected a complete cure." I IJ

. + subterranean rumbling is heard. It is 1:55 p. m.-Has a Missionary Baptist ',
believed a still greater eruption is
PUBLICITY FOR church a scriptural right tore-j Cash to Carry on Strike. I

ing. tain members in full fellowship who ,) Indianapolis. June 25.-A cash donation R. MOFRETT,$ Cores Cholera-lnfufulI, :

THE PEOPLE. of $50,000 to be used in carryingon i Diarrhoea.Dyscnttry t
A Young Farmer Is Slain. oppose supporting mission work '
the Bowel
the strike in the West Virginia coalfields '
Memphis Tenn.. June 25.-Claude, : j
H:, er> Word Costs ton a Cent, | By Rev A. f S. J. Countryman. was received at National headquarters ofAnyAge.
Armour was assassinated about dark I Dilution Regulates
i and K>er> Word is Head this evening as he was leaving the 3 p. m.-Has the church the right <, of the United Mine Workers uAye )! the Bowel. Strengthen,

:. Hy t\erl'oJ: field of his father. 3 miles west of Mill- : to retain members who buy, sell, 'I' In Indianapolis.miners It came from the Illinois "....... Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, the TEETHING Child and EASY Makes

if + ington 10 miles north of here. Young I work and ride on trains on the Bab-i I i t 'I: 3Or mail :b cuts to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS MO.
+ttN1:1' '1't) LI:N I). Armour had had some trouble, the iI ( .
nature 0',61C8
. ... _. bath By Revs. J. L. Bryars J. H. ItR. ('. J. ytOFFF.TT-Dear TEETHES.
qq -- of which could not be learned to-1 Chronic bronchial troubles and Doctors lie pare pour Teething
I' Moicflem) to oll.Unlr grand chilit irith the liaiipiext results. The
+ t l > :.1.1N--Unhnu.. bold fjrnl- B. H. Skinner I. ( I summer coughs can be quickly relieved trere almost rfffetf
McAnally, magical and
M I ,. of night Oflcera are Investigating tie Spence, certainly more satinjaetory thmtfrom uHviittna
sad all kiads
f.- cow per '
and cared by Foley's{ Honey tf'rrrerllllf'd. lour
I reru trtitu, JOSEPH N. KKl', ,
: ,.. p 'I'd" t.rm ra.y Mlnctt'st affair. J. L. Taylor, A. M. Lowery, J. E. "Olt' liishoy Southern MethwlM Church.
. ";*'.. !-..<.1."ply to A. A. t 1llt.r. and Tar. W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 ) Pastor of St. Brut t'fcurfft.
I'i ur"t .Ir....!. How, to Avoid Trouble. : Holley, A. r5. J. Countryman T. S. Palafox. --- ---- --- '- .J-y
\r i I' > !I..KMon niiprovt real ee- Now is the time to provide yourself Fillingim J. W. Day and other
M at. ir;<. or iiiiill ..amounts low and with bottle of'Chamberlain's i
family a
4.!, Tim- ..-t call on 1.r.lle K. Knx)ks. 5 p. m.-Adjourn. [The Beer LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
.5 5 .r".. iki ,aw, i"4 I'I hilatoi Hi.. Kliher Colic, Cholera and 1 i IN EFFECT DECEMBER! 1. I9U1
I ami inM'Sh Diarrhoea I:emed\ It is almost 7:15 p. m.-Song and prayer service -

certain to be needed before the sum led by L. C. Bowman. New Orleans and Mobile. _
:\ T1>.\\ -1'oyoj ntd money mer is over and it procured now That Madej f1 -- - -
c"a borrow any amount you want S p. m.-Hearing reports of our No.6. !'o.&. !o o.:. No.1. I No.1 No...
in the ,
may save: you a trip to town
iwt fruits and lowest rates _.__
Uy on r" 7:15 a 12:15m 11U5 p Leave Pt'nueola _Arrlye 5c.1 a 4:011 8:00
e uv tt,>-reobtanabr! ..mprox-d CUT rrateiron at night or in your bu-iest season. It:; missionary, Rev. J. W. Day ; and 11:50 a 3:1 p IO: a Leave._. Flomalon._. Leave %:35 a i %:30 p p 7Y3 p t Ill i
.' W iu. FuhrtK>*'', Houtb I'ala.tr..t is everywhere admitted to be the 11:00 a 4::!.'! p 2:51 a L'a\8..Moblle ....._ Leave 12:91! n'tl I Ul n IIOOp p .
t "s la-It most bowel successful; medicine in u-e for discussion by all. 1 DHHB i I SS n r FAMOUSVICTORIA U ....._.... N:2!p.7:11I1 a Lease ...Nflw f/rleanll... Leave 1:1,1 p 7:25 a 1

for children
\tlU WANT To MORROW MONEY i 9 p. m.-Adjourn. North.
IK "... money in.ure your property pro- and adults. No family can afford ts of I J
"Jr..b'Iracli of title, buy or sell real e be without it. For ale by all druggists [ JUNE 29TH. -13- No.2. No.4. oio.1 :
\a t rent property of any description, have
.nti collected or your tai 4 attended to ; and medicine dealers.1'ynyISalit.itu 11\ pm 12:1.'i p m Leaye.._. Pensxcoll..Arrlve 4:110 p m' 5:0) in ,
."lion or addreu Thon. C. '''atson 4 Col..alll..tatrand 9 a. m.-Song and service 8:15 am 8:5. p m Arnve. Montgomery _Leave 11:15 m 11:85 p.. j
j prayer 11:59 am 8\)1\ Arrive Leave
., pm tla4: am ':06
1 Insurance a night Away 7O .
3IOa) _
pm m ArrlY".Na.bnll .I.eave _
Kla. Ctiarcet modetato To led D. M. "U'HU" .
everyone tad waken a e;.,eedy cud of coiuos: aud coldfe i j by Merritt. 2:30am: 9Plam; Arrive ._. Loulnllle _LI.ve 9:15pm 141& ux :
wbo buy lot from u we will tend moneywbietj -- MADE BY ACME BREWING .
CO.r3si' 7I: a m 11:5 a m Arrive ..ClnCIQnatlLeave 8:110 '.
with' to build a bout). Md-tt I j I 9:30 a. m.-Is the church + p m 11:15 pm :
repon- 7::lam 1Vipm: ArriveBt.Lome.Leave '
__ 1'ollllrnl Fence. j' 4bpm 11:1\$ p m __ (I'
IJ..OCI "1'1N. "The political expression 'keeping; Bible! for the Sunday school? By J. 1 10-CENT BOTTLE BEEn PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION. ,

...".... .-.-.. ....--#.... _..- fences fixed.: said an old cam IN TOWN. J
:4:01 BEATRICIwIIITIwill continue I| A. Godwin and others. ; No. 21-Dally No.1-Dally I No stop where lime not .bown So. 2-Vally No. 22-Dally .
'I teacbmglocution through! tliaiuiur paisner/ "is due to a remark once made :IDA.NNHEISSERBROS.AGENTS I .
i-innih* In thun>l y fccbool room of by Senator John Sherman. ;(! 10:2o a. m.-Who should first enlist | 1lM pm 7:001 a m Leave .._ Pensacola_Arrive 10:50 pm 6:91! pm ,
.. 12:15 ....._ "
night .b"mla.
I uiver-nlut church +tcd l>y Ml FOR THE 10:37" 4:118"
< .* \\ bit.-. who bas recently returned "It WHS at 1time when the fenatorbad | in the Sunday school work? By E. CELEBRATEDI UI 7:11" u..... Ynleltr..._. 10:". I &:01" f>
n st'h0d. !In connection with the ,,10' amassed the most of his fortune. I 12:2f: II 1':1'1 II II ... ....Jsc.mbi.:; .._ 10:8: :: 11:51"
a i tlinr will trash a summer &eh i i H. Adkisson, U. H. Grimlar and I I. f Harper Msley. 12I.! 7/.5: II ..... ._. lot ulat._ 10:7 II 6:15 '
iiuirii! Mon>l > Jute.'t They bare al;o lie bad u farm near his home town | 12I\I! II 7i": .. ... ._ Harp ._.. .._ 10:21" 1111'
. .a.ttues..'Vices nf31I'SpmmaOwrn>. and while preparing to drive out to it )theri!. Main House-401 8. Palafox Street l2s1 7:35': II ..... Gilt Clly......_ 10:15" 11:17"
12)01":; 7:'N" ..........Milton.- "
a'Hiitut .r'lu.I who will 1111..011.* In 10:10" II "
-.-' ,-Iniu ani penmanibip to their regular one afternoon he was accosted by n L !i The speakers will be limited to ten R.R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot 1:110' am..... .. II ......Good tange_ ...... 4:55";))
i i d.0 l -tra "iarge! : l.'jiw: look agent who labored bard to sell 1 P. O. Box 2!'1. Pensacola, Fla. I::'i" M'15" .._....... Holts .... 8I! 4\0;: II
{ minutes each. Phones 116-2&J. tI: ) ". 9 31 I" ..?._ Ml1l1llan ..?._ '' iO": ':11"
one of his !Iwioks. Mr. 8ht'rmnnII'as i J itI.: 8\I! 'a II ...-.Cre.tvtew.-._ iUI"
IIOAIIA. >.I.IU. 1 11 :21) a. Missionary Sermon by ) II M It ....... &:1)0"IIIJ
---- not in a mood to make any such pit r- I .. .n eer Land 11\6"\ 1I4"!
I::?:! II iIJ _.. Mossy Head.- II
\\' \ '.I II I ITable! hoard l>y flv. young chases and he finally!! silenced the man Rev. B. H. skinner of Atmore. II '. 11:30'\ II .DeFunlakbprings. 8 8:1'1":") 1:1'1 II"OJ

> ,.! t.iienieu. Central .location prefer-- by saying: 'I can't afford to buy your I 41'1.' 116 ...._._.Arg'le. ...._ 7;.. %tiS":31 II
i I'e" '''llnIC tam and location 12:20 Collection It's "
p. m.- for mil a Mistake 4k) i:67 .....Ponce dt Leoll. Tw "
\ r t are THF" "Si 'tM iMitik. It takes all my money to keeuly' P I 6(0) 10:1-1 .. ..We.t\'l1le....._ 7:17" 2:111"IM"
fences rived.' |i ion*. 11:11'I": 1.:15 II .. ..... CarY\"llle._ 7:12" 1:49 "
roit ""AI..Ill.O ;
II 30' 1$1 ..__.lIonllay_. .... 4:5. II
', -- "In rl'alitIr.. Sherman referred to | 12:30 p. m.-Recess for dinner. 41)) 10i7: ......._. blpley .. -._ &::37" I 1:1 1.17 4"
H i 'W.H-I mill b"".' a cailoikd: ofie & s.J" 11:1'1 .. _. >
; .. "
.CottoDdale. _
the fences tin his farm but some of hiAli 5 Western Beef Is 11:1'1" 12SIt
,IIK, Wedneidir." Julv .'.). They 2:20: p. m.-Song, "How Firm a '1':00" 11:5: II II .......... arlanna.._.... 811" 12:1& noon"
'".n't, ,*"" at 111'n.Ia and political associates bearing; of the remark 710" 11:15 II II .. ._._CyprflsB.......... sa i.'
N S -,. c niven.I Several of them areu Foundation the choir Not 25 Cents Pound. 7 ..) II :)! to 11:45 alii
.,, ... a few days later took it up at t i, 'by and prayer a : : : .. ....Gr.nrt Rldge... 6:92 lItl": "
u !I. i : \ 1 h10 stock beat "
can 7M Ioi:
noon lineadB ......... III.' I
.t i ace 011 East Hill. Will'Ijlw once and made a political phrase of it j by T. W. Ficklin. 8U" 1:1S": .lrrlveRiverJunti nLeive < 10:50' i :;
-- : 1" 111:1.1: If
It was first confined only to the state j I i I
"i! 2:30 p. m.-Preaching by Rev. J., Look at our Price: I -- __ J .
----- '-
I I'"'t $ ALI. -Tsr moit desirable lot I lai of Ohio) but it has now become so - V
1 :i- city on ..*.)' terms, by the t'hbt'rI.al mc'inon that no one ever takes the \V. Day. I La tyear. Now =GOLA y= I CHOICESTGrist
.. .. Kitate Agency, 214'I South 1'alafoiI Extra Loin . .loc to ISc 20c'Round :
l"almiR trouble to wonder where it originated.Philadelphia j i 3:20 p. m.-Adjourn. .. .. .. .. loc loc
Times. and Corn -ot.-
I'ttl' tt. itt. Brisket and Chuck&c JOe Hills
7:41 p. m.-Prayer service, U. H.
........ .
Rib Roast .. .. . Lie 18c

I ) V"I ....tut.'i r\u SpriOit ni.-elv street furnMhed. room alufU at A French Sllrnrloic gentleman the Questioner wbo had. bye Grimlar. !. Ramp .... .. .. .. 15c 15c I H. F. GONZfiLEZ & CO., Prop i, I f FRUITS AND CONFECTIOERI ij %( J

& p. m.-Preaching by Rev. J. W. Considering quality, above prices ManofactcrenCHOICEMEALAND ; !
Help. \\'HIlIt'I-'luh'. with M. dt Tttlle)'rand for twenty years are cheaper than in any other city of I PUHEGUOUNP
-- --'- i Day. -AT-
aooompanlotl him to the congress1'icuna : at j this size in the
A N rt II-}I..n to l"iirn barher trade; country. STOCK FEED.
-..''''011101 change nTfri-d now l>v shortdrouth after Nnpoleon's exile to Ellm. 8:50 p. m.-Adjourn by singing We do have to pay more for our
I ,, nielliud, right wft-ks: r,,'- '' Patronise Home Industry, for there Ii C APOSTLE'S
l't'tlple naturally concluded that this meats and have to charge
more every reason yon should bay Meal and ''
i Inttruc- your t.,
steady practice fip< rt "God be with You Till We Meet l i
,'lur..Iuh prrsented wagts Hit- lout; intimacy had made him familiar than formerly, but it in't our fault, Htook freed from the Home Manufacturer. 1 ", I
n- Kuarantreit. Write lode and we are selling low for by 10 doing yon encourage home Indus. 1 14 East ::
position tyTmuneit
i Karutr CulltKe, .New Orleans. La. y with a number of particulars of the I again. as as we possibly try Your money Is left In the community ;'; SI,, I ;;:; ;
minister's: life and also can. and yon in turn are Indirectly benefited' _
j''ltfNTKI bearing upon Benediction Rev. J. L.
i! by Bryar in fostering the home manufacturer yon I Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand .1 t

\ '.\: >-.\ $good solicitor; ulll pay the events with whlcb he had been A cordial invitation Is extended to.i PARLOR MARKET, I contribute to the cause of labor. Yon OWE |I f j
\ zciod i'onimisilon to ngbl one. Ai i. mixed n;>. Worrie with questions, the I 1 It to the community In which you live and One car-load of Pineapples! at 11.75
,. II.carethlsonce. mllif friend Invariably replied! that he knew all to attend this meeting.t Phone 173. ilno. S. Bell & Son. [ which aontrlbatei to roar support. '' to $2.00 per dozen. .

nothing, but the questioners would not I f 1''.
\\'J Yl'1':1) M. MEBRUT I
."'" --- .....,........, -'" -- ...... l>e satisfied and returned to the charge. i ij - -- I h: .
.\NTr.l: '-Mve young men from Ksnilna : P. )I. PBITCHETT Chairman.
\11 ,-, county at once to prepare for "Very well," finally said Talleyrand'sconfidant j GO TO* !I..(,

'I.I. 'n the liO\ernment 1
.' .a 1 '''r-Ntatrtorrri.Inst.Cedarita ITjIru*p' alti'Wtber unknown fact In connection ________ ___?

with M. de Talleyrand. Since Louis If you want to
\\*OKK UANTKIihya: willing 15vearild I X Y. he's the who Art well xgaln I
> t.,1! You'll find him at No; I1, only man can open a OST TTFR1 yon cannot take F. E. BRAWNER'S.I
.ardi-M: .treel Jilt, soft boiled eg with one backward II I a better ,
rlne than the
\STEI.-t yard .egg at Mck.Apotle'tK stroke of his knife without spilling a
11 Bitters. 1 ti9 the ;
L drop of the contents of the shell. That'st' beet health restorer ,

\\.ANTKD-A11 kinds ot empty b rbottles. I the only peculiarity I know in connection ... liCIt-nee known, and will to : *0)-For Seven Days will Offer 'J
we the
B. A. KBIIDMAW. noiitf with him." % cure Following Prices:-$! ''if'I

AUflltVuilt -il.M .--- 1'i iserKioii had scored n decisive vii j i '' Headache, I I .
- -- - - i 1 20 I doz Men's French
tc-ry. From that moment the questions : Neck, drop. 2uO Pair Men's New Orleans Hewed You should look i
v\ \ t Nervousness at our line of
1)-Tru.160rth'p..r on In >aea
.'utytor0anagabu.tne..oldrsta0u.r. ceased. stiched, undershirts for 25c ; drawers or Cable Screwed Hhoes, for this sale, Ladies' High and Low Cut fhoee.:! .
xulitl nnancial atandln!<: Flatulency to match. #1.20; solid leather. We can save you money.
'"n hon IJe weekly ca-.il salary tl l s Hail -ttlnnlnn. 1
2i: doz Men's
:,..,'krachWrdnrsdaywith all ez.iiiett end-1 I Indigestion Fancy Striped, Lace 175 Pairs Men's lily)) yards Lawn, fast colored
c Hand
.. from nval'd \ l load beginning: makes a good and Plain, Silk Finished, n Sewed Vici ,
'.1 forepen Manager
.jll Chicago. );.. w- a MTJquick ending.-Syracuse Herald.! h STOMACH S match. toes ; regular $1, for this sale $2.95 a 500 X-Bar Muslin, regular 7c
-- -- -- Q ITTER and Ague.Tr 10 doz Men X-Bar pair. goods, to close at 4'jC! yard.
I Undershirts; ,
P() t: I..TIt Y. .
tlR Learning without thought is labor It.I i worth 50c, for iOc ; drawers to match. I have bought the fall line of Levy- l.OuO yards Unbleached Domestic t.
WiJ H RSM to close
"I. .
.y < '.uolv..ly.Olock and Eggs; for sal f lost: thought without learning is per'9stf Il' -S doz Men's Scriven Patent seam Pou Co. boys' shoes that I will closeout 1000 yards Best Check
"* 'rd..u at Willu HardwareCo's. l ous.-Confucius. I PEOFESSIONAL CARDS. side drawers, worth 65c, for this sale at cost. fast colored Ginsrbam,
i 3c.: regular 7e goods, for ;
lI.YlltMK.H. (: ()() IP- I -- | 125 pair Boys' Easy: Walkers! this sale 5c.
Cough. I 23 doz Boys Extra Size Pants, 12 to' 50c goods to close regular 10 pieces White and Red Table ,
.'H\RHtiEl: K%E-Maafactarer Whooping W. C. ROWE M. D. at 35c pair.
17 !
years, worth (1 a pair, for this sale Linen, regular 40c
goods, to close at fly
dealer in Hair Good, Hats.Toilet My little son had an attack of
' 'cl..H.lrOI1.eto..S:'K W. Government and threatened Office: ITS'! S. Palafox. 50c. 75 pair Men's Low-Cut Patent 25c yard No one over 5 yards. s
e. -et. whooping cough was i I We carry a fall line of Boys' Wash Leather Shoes we have been
.--- = with pneumonia ; but for Chan i!i Hoars from S to tTJ a. m. and 1 to S p. m Pants. Call and them. selling 31) pieces Medicated 21-inch Cotton 11 :
'an-'r. l.'or I'tutcrula.F -. berlain's Cough Remedy we would: I' and after o'clock ,, see at #2.i 0 pair, to close at |1.75 pair. Diaper, worth &5c, for this sale 60c. I

""WtRHR-- - -farnlBII4- have a serious time of it. It also 4
or ipecialdesljni saved him from several attacks of, Phone GO. This Sale will
Not Run
burl'lnlntteaMoreno Positively Than
: 83 Welt Gregory croup.-H. J.6TRICSFADEedit Longer Seven Days.
, on* a'v. lmCUT Wwld-Hernld Fair Haven. Wash.

lo'LU\V HIoi. -= For sale dealers.by all druggists and medicine CIeIDoM PARKER'SHAIR and braouflo BALSAM tfat has i Remember the place F E. Brawner's Candidate for County Treasurer- t tI t

:, 1 T FLOWERY and Floral teilgnipecialdetiiai I'tom.munanl growth. ,
ordered for cnstomen Negev Tails to Bettor Onj
Miss Violette Moreno, K.1 W"t Grego r' I Know One Sore Remedy Can Hair e "";jilt mlm t Uraacbstiratecoii: Iu rage U icy!la'9a "".&IId" tOJlf :.. 105 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.t GJ s : I II



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.......---------- .- :. no such protest filed and- Escambia'svote legislative candidates. The namesof UStro esti t in t tW orlG"l

will count for the candidateswho ENDORSED C. M. Coston and J. R. Fillingimwere

\ andPoliticians. are the choice of the majority suggested. Robert McLellan
Politics seconded these nominations.Felix .
of the democratic voters. CANDIDATESLAST The 42d Annual Statement for Year
k Glackmeyer nominated W. Ending December 3Uf. 1901 of
at the Poet Office at Pens col .
fl*.,eeond-cUii natter. Judging from bis frequent and W.Richards for tax assessor. Simon

, OrriCEPltf Building, %134 South \ open factional speeches at the meet- NIGHT Jerome favored him with second.. 1 THE( (EQUITABLE l[ i

hlaJos street, up-iUlrs.- A ing of the democratic executive COm- Frank Wilde, with" flourish and

mittee Tuesday night, Harbor Master .- outburst of characteristic oratory,
I [ All democrats who are interested. David Sheehan has thrown down UNION DEMOCRATIC CLUB HELDA suggested A. H. D'Alemberte for ,

:t j Terms: Invariably in Advance. his friend John Beard and assumed tax collector. Monroe Campbell

,, : OB Year by Mail_____.K ooI' in the present political campaign are MOST EXCITING MEETING- Assets .... ... ... ... ... .|3.31.0.-:!()
.. leadership ef the Myers campaign. made the second.
.. .
Mootbi KOa > Reserve and other Liabilities
ftll -'-'- invited to attend the meeting of the

{l Wel'k,b, Carrier Payable Monday 10 Democratic League at Clutter's hall t THE POLITICIAN. GOOD ATTENDANCE AND Albert Pourtless, referring to John .... '" .... ... . o9,91TS\

I' /Urtrtitipg Rates Furnished on Application tonight and listen to the speechesthat MUCH FREE BEER AND Frater as a "good, square, honest Surplus(from which Dividends -

DEMOCRATIC LEAGUE man," named him for treasurer. are paid,... .,'. ,$ 71.1. 1*. 'i;2
be made.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.PEJ8AOOLA are to =-- .::
ORATORY."The Joe Brown, referring to them as Paid to Policy-holders in

A From every county in the district- AT M'DAVIDDemocratic I: "true and tried democrats," nominated 1901.... .......... .. .. ..$ 27.':-,.'

Gen. i i I New Insurance in 1901..| 245 Si. v;
III BE Li even Leon-come reports Lee Daniels, John Price,
club has met tonight gentlemen ,, Total Insurance in force

Lamar is daily gaining ground. to endorse candidates for the I I Henry T. Pursell, Ben Whiddenand Dec. 31, 1901..........|1I79,27H-js

Hays Lewis' promise of 1,000 ma- League speakers were different offices for the primary election J. W. Brewton as county com- Notwithstanding; the greater financial .

i JUNE 26, 1902.HOrI.1J jority for Myers in Jackson county given a cordial greeting at McDavid and for other business that missioners. Seconded by Mike Mur strength of the Society and : .e

will that last night and eloquent addresseswere any greater security which its poll y-
will be nor
never kept,
the members see fit to come before phy. holders thereby enjoy, the RATES:
; the conflict over Cuban Santa Rosa majority be so over- made by Hon. C. Moreno James Kelly suggested the name are LOW and GUARANTEES.

reciprocity extend through the com Ed. Pooley and Prof. Jones Scott M. Loftin, H. C. Clop- them. The meeting is at your liberty ter than given by other compai. eKXOWLES ,
whelming as of J. Ernest Baars for chairman of
ing congressional recess, as appearances gentlemen.
ton Henry Bellinger, F. E. Brawnerand
now indicate the breach be- McDaniel promised. The alarm felt Such was the elegant piece of the county democratic executive

tween the president and his party is by Mr. Myers' friends in his own Geo. Morgan. diction put forth by President Wm. committee. Seconded by J as. R. BROS.,

destined to widen into dangerous home county Leon, is evidenced by All of the speakers were heartily I Landrum.
Mr. Roosevelt is man Bennot at 8:30 o'clock last night, General Agents,
proportions. the utterances of his mouthpiece, applauded.
determination, whatever his lesser when he ripped for order at the Frank Wilde named Dan Murphyas 309 t;. Palafox St.. PENSAl "
his Mr. referred 1
I In speech Morgan
Tallahasseeau. Things,
peculiarities may be, and in this the Weekly headquarters of the Union Demo- secretary of the committee. I
to the resolution which Intro-
controversy he has already a large too, have come to such a pass with i was cratic club West Zarragossastreet. Mike Murphy was ready with the I

t and efficient support in many section the supporters of Mr. Myers that duced and defeated at the meeting of on second. 1 I FISH CHOWDERBY

n of his the Executive Committee, seeking
party.PHILADELPHIA'S when you get one cornered he proudly -
Then motion of "Instanter"Clark :
--- feet in upon
-- -- Pat McHugh was on his a
candi- to change the qualifications of voters. THE SEA
that the other SHORE
much vaunted proclaims
s jiffy and meant to move the club en- all those in favor of the endorsements -

project of a steam-hip line to New dates can't touch Franklin county. I Had that resolution prevailed the dorse candidates for the United arose and favored the I

Orleaii- appears to have fallen into primary would not have been con- I
I candidates with three lusty cheers, I
a eUte of quiescence. Its promoters Mr. John Burn, president of the j ducted under the rules laid down by States: senate and a congressmanfrom l At the Santa Rosa Surf UI'

now recommend to its sponsor, the Myers-Coston West End Democrat : the Third district. Pat McHugh roaring"Tiger!" Capt. !j establishment, the noted C'
the state committee and that reso-

Philadelphia Trades League, that a club, was an independent candidate I lution looked very much like a "Instanter" Clark followed Mr. j E. H. Putnam led the cheering. I Frank Maura, will give one of .
of members' make a tour '
delegation the regular democratic nom- McHugh in an eulogy of Hon. S. R. Another time did celebrated fish chowders every But-
"to New Orleans and other Gulf against covert attack upon the primary sys- "Instanter"I'I'

r >rt*" in its interest. Pensacola's inee for sheriff, Geo. E. Smith in tem with the apparent hope that the Mallory and placed that distinguished Clark address the day at 5 o'clock p. m. on the .*t .

have been gentleman's name in nominationfor something about a previous reference shore beach. The steamer Ent '
superior advantages presented the last general election, 1903, and vote of Escambia county would be

to the League, and should the received 3s4 votes in that election. thrown out on the charge of irregularity the federal senate. Mike Murphy to a "cut and dried program" II I prise will leave Palafox wharf l.

delegation visit this port a warm I and written speeches. "I want to
'Under the rules adopted by the seconded "the motion" and the i 2:30 p. m. every Sunday. mi-;
welcome and much valuable information -
the speeches tonight came from ;
carried unanimously.
would result.ATGalveston I state democratic committee and The Democratic League speakerswill I question was CONCERT AND DANCE A"!"
, Then commenced little incident the heart and were not prepared before -
and approved by the
address the people of Bluff MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSD.A \
luly 1, the second I hand," he said with gesticulations -
Escambia county executive committee Springs tomorrow night. in which several participated. It NIGHT. TRAINS AT b.-:30AD! :
annual "negro congress" will begin
I started the Jas. galore. 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT
Burns over launching by
iu sessions, the first congress having neither Mr. nor -----
For Over Sixty Year. Landrum of of Hon. In view of the fact, quite fresh ineveryone's 11:iiO. TICKE TB 25 CENTS AI I
been held at Jackson, Miss., last I the 364 men who voted for him, so R. the name F'I
July. The promoters of this impor I far as they are known, can vote in been used tor over lit y years by millions 1'. Myers for congress. Myers memory, that a hard "sit
inclade of the mothers for their children while teething down" had been accorded Mr.
taut movement many the primary election July 15. In or- with perfect uccee. It soothes the child, referred to as a man not as well-I I just Grass Shears that will cut
most lIen=blp, intelligent and conservative lottem the gum allays all paincures wind [ Laird, the audience didn't seem to
der to let down the bars and permitMr. colic and Is the belt remedy for Diarrhoea known as Mallory, but one who had I close, at the Willis Hard-
members of the race in the It will relieve the poor little cofferer 1m- of Mr. Clark's
South, and its purposes are eminently Burns and his followers to vote mediately. .Bold by Druggists in every partoltheworld. the interests of Escambla county as approve ware Co's.FRANK .
Twenty-live cents a bottle.Be for not the of ovation
worthy-to consider the real a resolution was presented at the lore yon set for".M n.Wlnslow's Sooth- much at heart; he also had the interest sign an was
log ,rup."and take no other kind. SECARrsjATfT HOUSE
practical questions presented by the meeting of the executive committee of Pensacola at heart and given.

present status of the race in this I Jim Kelly moved for a recess of
I Tuesday night to amend the qualification CONCERT AND DANCE AT would grace the halls of congress. Deep water sea bathing, night ct
country and to suggest and advocate -' MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY ten minutes. This motion was pur- day for white people only. Special
i rules but, being antagonistic The nomination was seconded by
ouch measures and policies a*
NIGHT. TRAINS! AT 8, 8:30 AND suaded by Pete Hanton driving an- compartment for ladies with lady at
I may be for the best interests of both I to the action of the state committee I II Chas. P. Bobe and Louis Dunham tendant. Neatest best and cleanest

races in the South. and the previous action of the 19. :&LAST. TICKETS TRAIN So RETURNS CENTS: AT AT quickly moved the nomination be other faucet, which again impededthe cents.bath house in the FRANK city. SKJAKI.Baths
-- II
Now that the St. Louis exposition: committee of this county, it was I DEPOT. closed. Seconded: by Mr. Bobe. proceedings.Mr. Cor. Cevallos and Zarragossa fits
I' Frater, Mr. Coston and Mr. -- - -
hat been postponed until 154, the I voted down. I FINE STATIONERY. Here H. S. Laird, business partner

cession i of the Florida legislature Fillingim were heard from before
of Hon. John S. Beard arose to Gus fl. SodeFlind
which will convene in April 1903, The friends of Mr. Burns fought i I; the recess, each of whom made ora- ,
C. V. No. 11 South "a question of personal privilege.
ran and doubtless will, provide for valiantly to give him the right to I Thompson, I I torical efforts which received ap !
au adequate exhibit. If there had Palafox street has just opened a The president put the Dunham motion ...THE TAILOR,...
participate in the approaching primary plause.Mr. I
ever been a question! of the financial I new supply of Linen and Bond I and it was carried. Mr. Laird : :50H WEST COVEKNMENT ST
,but the great democratic party Kelly's motion was declared
ability of the state to make such then endeavored to discuss the parliamentary I
white, blue and with
Papers I
gray Will for the next 30 days make suit-
had spoken and Mr. Burns is shut recognized and the usual
provision, it disappears before the Envelopes to match, Oxford sizes I aspect of the question and i "rally I at 25 per cent less than reguKu;
rrrtaiuty that the proceed of the out until at some later day he can I ; round the beer kegs"* was to be seen. i prices:
also Mail Tablets with he took occasion to say he never
Indian war claim will then be: avail I prove his democracy and be restored I Pete Hanton and assistants were Dying Men's Hulls shying ,
I heard of such a proposition. "I I Lalilt' Suite .. tl.HMoJ.
able. Then why should the first I to match. Ink. Pencils, ama Men s suits Steam Cleaned ...... SiLadies'sutts *
j to the busiest
rights. in
party among men town just ,
steps towards the preparation of an I Penholders, Blankbooks Files, etc., I laboring man, a member of the j I' Tousers Hteam Steam Cleaned Cleaned TSctoliMen's c
That Mr. Burns is president of the I I ithen. '
exhibit-th organization of a state I II etc., always on hand. I Pensacola Typographical Union and Hint: Now is the time to hav.

commission to act in the premises Myers-Coston We t End DemocraticClub I, Phone 234.Shake. I a member of this club. I speak as a I The band played the beer flowed, j your winter Clothing put in goad

be ? and of his followers shape. This offer is for day-
longer delayed some are congratulations were exchan thirty
j union man and demand to be heard." I II ed'i only. Mention you saw the advei
members was unfortunate for Mr. Into Your Shoes Dinnheisser's and Friedman's ,
tisement in THE
WIIKN the fact became apparent President Bennott called him DAILY NEW
that the i-tlmiian canal obstructionist Myers and Mr. Coston, but it was Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It visited for something stronger tales otherwise, the regular price will n.
: but Laird continued
cures painful, smarting, nervous feet down to stand I charged.
were in the majority the merely one of the mistakesfor I 1: i re-told "estimates"
in senate many and ingrowing nails and instantly and face the chair and audience alternately were were made i

the advocate* of Nicaragua which the managers of the campaign takes the sting out of corns and bun- 'I and compared and then Mr. Sennott 1 -
bill with unconquerable; Morgan I ions. It's the greatest comfort discovery saying something about II | 134 134 134 134 134
of those gentlemen have become of the Allen's Foot- I' rapped for order when all the kegswere
|u their lead turned the tables completely age. | only one side of the question being tE __ c"- .E.--- tiro: rc .V
noted. It should not be used 'I Ease makes tight or new shoes feel
on their opponents by voting I easy. It is a certain cure for sweating !! discussed. He wouldn't speak'' emptied. Speeches from sev- 134 -15- 134

for the Spooner substitute in a body against those candidates. ;; callous and hot, tired aching against Myers-never had done so. l,! eral were heard.DEMOCRATIC. '
-.ill but J rules K. Jones of ,l[ feet. Try it to-d'Iy. Sold by all j I I Arkan'I'I Their well afford druggists and shoe stores. Don't i Sennott said: "If you have any .
sae Mallory and opponents can to'|I 1346 It1,7HiaiihLte; 134
I accept any substitute. By mail for LEAGUE
in the thickest the fray and voted be liberal and let that little thing !12oc.' in Trial package FREE. I nomination put it. Then Laird ;,, 1 &"VW tfr C.=-' ty *-

with the canal chief. Address, Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, appealed from the chair's decision.I' '
great Now pass, recognizing that the :\Iyers-I I. N. Y. MEETS i 134 134 134 134 134

with the substitute for a rallying i!; Coston forces were so short of demo- j I I but could get no recognition. TO-NIGHT iI

w v, point the advocates, of a canal see !,
Ed. Pooley Jim Landrum andother's I
I cratic votes; that they were naturally PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL
victory within their grasp. As the ,i !

Philadelphia Ledger truly fays : anxious to secure independents I .I called the chair's attention The regular weekly meeting of the''

' "That vratatr*inan,.hip." i!i therefore they wanted the bars letdown Third Annual fpst-ion: Uf>!:ins :deli to the motion, but Laird still held I:\: Democratic League will be held at \

Di KIM,the debate the isthmian i I so they could make some sort I i IPiiiljfr 1;;. 110:, avtt Ends '. to his contention for parliamentary i ii I Clutter's Hall at t t:* o'clock tonight. f IBIGYGLESUBig

June 12: 1UJ. rule observance. He
canal bill in the senate last week i of show at the poll I i was again ,: All democrats are invited to attend. ,

Meuator: Mallory offered an amendment i I rapped down and cries of "put him Interesting addresses will be made I II

to the t+l'nnutrub..titllte requiring I While these strict qualification The aim of this school is to provide out," catch him, etc., and the debate by prominent speakers.For 1'IiI"'IiJ"'IiJ''IiJ''vvri' '' '' '
the president to make choicebetween ( rules will bar some of both factions COLLEGE thorough PREPARATORY SCHOOL and instruction was stopped by Mr. Bennot: rising I,

the Nicaragua and Panama : from voting the action of the county The school i is of especial I to his feet and saying: "We ,. biliousness ue Chamberlain's!: I Stock! All Kinds'
routes within six months after the interest to three classes: \ Stomach & Liver Tablets. I'
: committee in adhering to the rules folks don't .
approval of the act : the amendment 1. Those who having completed I doeverythingparliamen- I| cleanse the stomach and regulate All Prices !
wan rejected and le: then changed it ; adopted by the state and congressional the grades of the public school wish i tary in this club; we go according to 1, the liver and bowels effecting a
to pursue their studies further with- I I quick and For
| permanent cure.
committees I i
totwehe months it was wise. There consciences.
; was again rejected out having home. : our sale by all druggists, ana medicine'

and he offered it again, chang I are candidates for state offices and 2. Tho-e who wish, with the aid Mr. Laird then roe and respectfully ( dealers. f ED1SO l ij PHONOGRAPH ij ij !

ing the time to eighteen months, !1 for congress to be voted for at this of the cartful individual attention I
requested that his name be
i that can be given in smaller classes
which also
was Now
rejected. the I
' :! primary. Had this county refused I{ and a longer session, to advance stricken from the rolls, and amid RATHBONE SISTERS. I
members of the joint conference :i more rapidly than is possible for I :!, Music Free With Each Machine
committee contemplate insisting upon i I to accept the rules adopted a protest them in public schools I hoots, hisses and jeers, walked Magnolia Temple No. 4. Rathbone !'

a similar requirement 1"t'llatoraIlMY' :might have been filed and the stateor i 3. Those, who are fitting themselves ,: proudly erect from the hall, to i Sisters, regular meeting Friday (arI -!j i Fishing Tackle,
: for college I ternoon) June 27th, at 2:30 o'clock. i
amendment if finally incorporated congressional committees might i 1 In addition to the usual instruc- | the enlivening tune of "The Blue Election of officers will take place !
in the act, will add to for the ensuing six months, this|i Base Ball,
have thrown out the vote of this tion in English, :\1 Mathematics History 1I and the Gray." as I
; .
hU fame a' a wipe legislator. i Geography. Latin etc.,instruc- is the end of the semi-annual term. !Ii i
,- county on the ground tnat others j thou is offered, witlmut txtrn tuition, | Further progress was stopped until A full attendance is specially re- Tennis,

PROFESSIONAL CHIROPODIST :I, than qualified democrats were per- 1 in Greek, French. German and Span! i a faucet could be driven into a j quested.invited.Visiting members cordially -
l ish. The school is conducted at the I. Ping Pong.
mitted to vote. There can now be corner of West Gad=den and Spring.streets I i beer keg. 1 IRS. C. A. BRAWNER
};. St. Clair Thomas will
removeearns --------- -- in a building which .MRS. R. B. SPENCER, M. E. C.
is to I
-- Mr. Sennott
bunions and I started to say something Big Repair !
ingrowing nails be arranged to adapt it especially to M. R. C. Shop
without pain or blood. Will call at Salt the needs of the school. about candidates but was interrupted I

your residence if required. No. 621 I Rheum ,I The number of pupils in attend I by David Sheehan, who STEEDMAN STEEDMAN Can Repair any old thing':
is limited. Hence
South Palafox street. lOjlm You may call It eczema letter or milk ance those desiring I And fit Keys to old lock'F
emit.HJt. admittance should communicate j moved the endorsement of candi- any

no mattt what you call it, this skin t as early as possible with the Princi- dates for offices to be filled in the II That is the 6c Cigar with the Band.
dixn :See Premium
which comes in patches that burn I pal.For List.
THE GAKFIELD ICE CO'S. itih. d: harpe a watery matter dry and further information terms and 1 county. This was seconded by El- B. Bruee
sale 11"'f i its existence to the 1rft'e'Dl'l" of i catalogue addressH. i i ICE-COLD I ,
burner* in the y-t"lII. Hot McCloskey and the motion was WATERMELONS: AT
gW STEEDMAN CIGAR is grow- I It 1Il..eouinuf to nist, annoy, and Iwr- CLAY ARMSTRONG, I THE GARFIELD ICE CO'S.This .

iae in popularity. Save the ,I hap-rvi.2in.at..iiiz, as long as them humurs I Principal orPEKCIVALH.WHALEY JR.Assitaut.. I! carried unanimously. I -- I 15 S. Palafox.

B uu1* and be rewarded. I E H. Putnam placed the name of
j I. It is always radically!: and permanently: I I makes the
--- cured byHood's - -- W. A. Blount for endorsement
I> t yu want a magnificent watch I i I as drow. You can buy i All kinds of chairs and

for little money? If *o, call on Sarsaparilla i' Fishing tackle of all kinds jstate II,, senator. Seconded by Mike I keen cutting Lawn Mowers \frocking chairs at Marston

Stephens the jeweler. He will accommodate which ni*' all humor, and i* positively: and good crab nets at theI !: Murphy. and Grass Shears from the
you. I I tr.esa std air: all cutaneous en"tivtlS. I Willis I i # Quina's. Prices are very
Hardware Co's. I Ed. Pooley moved to endorse two Willis Hardware Go's. I llow.t .





Ng, $ooa.w. ...

c. O'NEAL, President; F. C. MORTON, Cashier;

s. J. fOSHEE,Vice-Pruident; M. E. CLARK Atl't Cashier. VOTES AGAINST THE PEOPLE ni

Senate Bill No. 28. A Bill to be entitled

AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF "An Act to prevent unjust dis I

crimination in the rates charged for !

transportation of passengers and 1

PENSACOLA, FLA. freights by railroad companiesand

other common carriers, and .

to prohibit railroad companies and

Has the LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK of any bank in the State other common carriers in this state, ........... -.......... .... ........ '" I: .

from charging other than just and

courteous and careful attention reasonable rates, and to prevent the ,
Prompt given to all business .EXTRA SPECIAL.
entrusted : ':
granting of any rebate, discount, over ... ...
to its care. weights and other special terms to "

persons, corporations, or firms, and to

provide for damages for violating the

4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. conditions of this act and to prescribe Half= Price Sale !

a'mode of procedure of,!'\lIes and evi-

dence in all cases." Mr. Myers voted

B. H. FAIRCHILD, GRENADA PARK i NO on the passage of this bill. (Senate .

CJ :T EC O Xj a T 3EJ:It.: 33:H.: DELINQUENTTAX I Journal. Page 1211. 20june2t
Reveals a Great Secret.

tt Work and Retinistiing Furniture a LIST It is often asked bow such startling

Special cures that puzzle the bet physicians
entertainment the -- are effected by Dr. King's New Dis-
Phono 403. given by covery for Consumption. Here's the Hats, Ladies' and Children's Hose, Ribbon and Lace Depart-

Grenada Park Association was a : City Tax Collector Neils McK. secret. It cuts out the phlegm and THIS has left broken stocks. In order that we may clear the re-
I all new, bright, desirable goods-no p >condor shop worn,
infected and lets the
R. K. WHITE, I splendid success in every sense of Oerting today turned over to the I germ life-giving oxygen mucus enrich, and vitalize among them-we cut the price in HALF. This means an

hauler Manufacturing Jeweler the word, and the ladies composing printer the delinquent tax list for the blood. It heals the inflamed, to you that you can't atford to let slip. Remember, the
Vih throat and lungs. Hard early customer, like the chick has the assortment from which to pick.MEN'S .
the association are deserving: of unlimited the past year, and all whose names cough-worn
and Jradnate; Optician, 1 colds and stubborn coughs soon
praise. will appear therein will be requiredby yield to Dr. King's New Discovery,
i s..1k Ptlifoi ,t.. PriuroUFla The object of the event was to law to pay the additional expenseof Throat the most and infallible Lung diseases.remedy Guaran-for all I AND BOYS' STRAW HATS. I LADIES & CHILDREN'S HOSIERY.

vwv 'r", raise funds for the purpose of further advertising.This I teed bottles 50 c and $1.00. Trial See Show Window I 100 Dozen Ladies' and Children's
bottles free at W. A. D'Alemberte's
beautifying Grenada Square on East is purely the fault of the as- Fast Black Hosiery, all sizes; a big
South Palafox
.tEWSJTES 121 street. One Loten's and Boy's Straw:
: : Gadsden street and a substantial sessed, as all were given ample no- I! ____ _.___ I Hats, formerly sold for 40; and 5Oc, value at lOc,
$ :
I sum was added to the amount tification through the newspapersthat LrCall for BTEEDMAN CIGAR. Extra Special 19c. Extra Special: 5c.

I l already on hand by last night's en- the time would be up yesterday.The I Save: the Bands and look in

--' I tertainment.The collector said this morning Premium Catalogue for yourprize. One Lot Young Men's Rough and 2,500 Yards Cambric Embroideries

I Smooth Straws: formerly $1.00, in Narrow and Medium Widths, formerly -
't'c.e:; '>f Mr. F. C. Brent' fine mules I most attractive feature of the I that the list would hardly be as largeas j! .
bull at his 10 and l2,';c yard t
badly spired by a Extra Special 50c.
w the unique Moral the last !1
evening was parade one year, this condition During the summer kidney irregularities -
this! mornin .
'e at Eztra Special 5c yard.
which consisted:: of a large number of I' having been brought about by the :, are often caused by excessive -
Edale, which One Lot Men's Smooth Straw
board the steamer
t utefully decorated liliputian tloats.I liberal use of printer's ink, in the !' drinking or being overheated. Alpines, formerly $1.60,
ie over from quarantine this Attend to the kidneys at once by RIBBON SPECIAL
I The decorations and lights were artistically etticaeyof whihr.. Oertiug is a
'Mitg. arpthe captain's wife. |! using Foley's Kidney Cure. W. A. Extra Special 75c. I
All of our 26 and 35c widths of
i and maid. I I commingled, giving a most firm believer. i j D'Alemberte,121 South: Palafox.

':?-ivor's court docket was : spectacular effect. The butterfly Some surprising facts are evolved One Lot Younsr Men's Rough ALL PURE SILK TAFFETA
-' today, only eight de- float, designed by Miss Clyde Allen, from the present list. The total : FAMilY SEASON TICKETS Straw, formerly $1.50, RIBBONS, in every desirable shade,

i. ,'- In{ up for trial. Three wa given first honor. It was indeeda taxes collected In round numbers 'i AT SICARI'S BATH HOUSE Extra Special Toe.; Extra Special I at I.icyatd.

M -. .1\ '..mred, two Clse'" were con- most artistic creationand it seemed amounts to$ 7.000, which is within !
,, ,1! ,tbd! Hun aggregated $12.; ). i r One Lot Men's and Boys' Smooth
almost incredible that such a mas- less than $3,000 of the total assess- j I Frank Sigarl will issue 100 family Straw, Ventilated Crown, black silk 150 Dozen Ladies' Summer Vests,

i c." practice: with heavy guns terly conception could be evolved ment, and more than the entire assessment bands, actual value 15c,
. season tickets for baths at his splendid -
j-; w :a duly feature at Fort
i I from materials, in themselves so in of four years ago. This 'I bath house, for a family of one Extra Special 40c. Extra Special at 3 for 2oc.
':irraui jThe practicing i? in line I
wf t' urjer* from Washington re- significant.The speaks well for the collector, but argues -j to three at $1.50 for the season and --- .

1 inic tin-. the yearly tens, be held floats of Miss Mamie Oerting ill for the plan of assessment. 1 for a family of from three up for two

.'i I CH 4-t artillery post *, and Miss Florence Marston were Taxes on real estate are now closedup I': dollars. These season tickets will W. J. & B. FORBES.
entitle the family to bathe whenever
M IM McDade, an employe at { singled out for especial mention. but personal property taxes maybe II they wish throughout the season.

.. ""Igllt' mill, was painfully injured |The task of choosing the recipients handed the collector within the _23j 1 w
by the .hank of one of
morning i
Honorable mention among so next very few days.
'.e saw flying out and striking him 10f, Virulent Cancer Cured.
many worthy competitors was not an
the face. He was taken in a hack Don't think that eruption of yours Startling: proof of a wonderful advance If You Buy Them at the Boston Shoe Store, They are Good I

leortice of Dr. H. L. Simpson, 1 envious one by any means. can't be cured. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla is given by druggist G. W.

TV fin wound were dre..sed. I I The committee consisted of A. D. : -its virtue is its power to i Roberts of Elizabeth, W. Va. An

Morrison, C. F. Zeek and Lee Dan- cure. old man there had long suffered with
iell. -' what good doctors pronounced incurable
I cancer. They believed his
To the most enjoyable SOLID CARGO OF
many case hopeless till he used Electric Three-Fourths of Your Time?

CRAB-HUNTING : feature was the cake walk, in which PHOSPHATE I Bitters and applied Bucklen's Arnica -

a large number of young ladies took ROCKTwo Salve: which treatmentcompletely -

I part. The prizes were awarded to cured him. When Electric Bit- o: IN YOU YOUR SHOESOF

Harry Daniels chaperoned a are used to expel bilious, kidney
: Ii"se'ivian Bird and Clyde Allen, steamships; the Scotia and I
.-ant: little party: on a crab hunt I and microbe poisons !at the same COURSE !
)1 essrs. C. H.Johnson, Sam: Gonzalez Adele, will carry from Pensacolaeach
I time this salve exerts its matchless
-'illivan wharf last night. Itw ,
I and W. M. Watson composing the a solid cargo of phosphate rock healing blood diseases, skin
,- 'I", tliritui'i 1 lack of vigi- ?
awarding committee.Wyer's for European ports. eruptions, ulcers and sores vanish.
,. I have Shoes for everybody. If you haven't been satisfied with
"I. I'M! ;oart..f, the young chap- concert band furnished Bitters 50a, Salve 25c; at W. A. D'Al-
The :Scotia sailed<< this afternoon
I I the Shoes you've been wearing, or, perhaps, they have cost more money
f "'if IIf the gentle- music for the occasion. emberte's, 121 South: Palafox.
youii; with 3 610 tons and the Adele than not give call? See stock
which I necessary, why us a our get our prices, then
't .; IK tip! bay. ,
was docked yesterday afternoon, began judge for yourself.Boston.
1 t' pirty \ -reMie.Geniveve I : THE'WEATHERTODAY
at 1 o'clock this afternoon tak-
- - - --
ill Uuby Wil-on, Ruby John- I
ing a cargo of 4,200 tons. Both are I
Fine steamer, 21 gross tons, one
l..ly; Irwin, Mamie Ward. Ethel i state room, five berths, triple expansion loaded by the Gulf Transit Co. :

t \IrAlbtr Lappington, t Shoe Store
engines of 5, 7 and 12 inches

.' in I I. ii. Irani. J.IIU'half-y, :diameter of cylinders, new boiler SUMMER NORMAL SCHOOL i

. .' S> \1..rrltt, Fred Ward, Pat made one year ago which is allowed LOCAL FORECAST-Fair tonight: ami
FOR WEST FLORIDAThe NATHAN (;. rHJHii3Iii: Proprietor.
to steam of 250 Ibs.
( nj Porter Whaley. j I carry pressure : Friday; freeh botuhwest wlndF,
Fully and completely equipped and
Ni'KUr AM UACIAT I, Leaders of Low Prices. H7 South Palafox Street.
I guaranteed to be in A 1 condition. Bummer Normal School: for
\ \ : In Last 24 Hour
Bl.l..Fl'Hl.USDAY Temperature :
It is now navigating the waters of West Florida, established by author-

IJr 1'1t.ISATiJOA! D I, Mobile and tributaries. ity of Hon. W. N. Sheats, state Sup. i tulmum...... .._................... .. .... 115 degrees --- ---- .- -
Bay erintendent of Public Instruction, at Minimum n..nmn.. ..................... bOdt-lrt't's:
For better information write
i Pensacola, Fla., will open on July
Til KKTS &; CENTS. AT to L. C. GOULD, lath aud continue for a period of six Temperature Elsewhere: -

'II' I j fi&2i-; Dolive, Ala.Furniture weeks. !.1ar. MIn.

-- This school is organized for the Atlanta .... .. ........ ...... .... tU rNHlsniarck ; .'
.t.tu ; ladies skirts and waists V go benefit of teachers, and those intending ..... .. ...... ...... .... .f,2 44Chicago /1a
..f I \ I, ..... .. .. ............. f.ll 54i
Star I If
I ouallt t
oT specialties. become '"
aan. J I I I to teachers and all Cincinnati.................... ..... .. "+ SYItistveeton.
to PRYOIIV?. who are sixteen years of age are ._... .. ... ... ....._r*' K'! vi l. !_
eligible for entrance. The school I'' Huron.. ..... .. ...........-..E4 4JaelUODTllle
-- -- ........ \I: 75Kansaslity.
... .. will have departments for whites _.nn..n..... ..........n......ti_ ai 1 To Greenville
-.... .. ... and colored conducted, of course, in 1, Key W'est .. ..... .... 'n' ... ..4 Ni, 44At Montgomery and
separate buildings. i; Memphis .... ..... ..... ... ....._ \10 NI Birmingham Saturday night July 5,
There will be three of1 I Mobile ..... .. .... .. ... sin loll l'JU2, leaving Union depot at 10:30
courses Montgomery .... .. ........ .... .., t'; 7 I hr"r o'clock
A FRESH SHIPMENT: OF study, embracing the usual subject, New tirleana.. n." .......... ..... II:! 7''" II on special excursion train.
on which the examinations for New York .. .... 74 till 1. Returning, leave Birmingham Monday -
teachers' certificates are based, each Savannah ...._ t-t 74mst. I at 10tOa.m.: Montgomery
Louie .
c II: at 2 This
"o- m.
p. be the
v, y _- leading to a more thorough! prepara- may probably
-- -. ,. tion in the for j last two-day excursion going north.
requirements: the sev-, I t F"
eral certificate ? frTrl Coffee and refreshments will be

; .. .SMITHFIELD HAMS. 1 The school i is: organized not only MARITIME. served on the train going and re-
.. for the purpose: of acquiring better i'' ; ; turning. Fare for round trip, to I
Greenville and Montgomery, $2 W t
-- --- -- ------- methods and thorough knowledge, ;
: ......_ _. .. -- = but to encourage a higher standardof I -- I i to Birmingham, $3 GO. From Cantonment j .f
-->,-. EX FORTH. and I
i Century
f. 1 For Bread same as 'en-
scholarship. For June to date.. ... ..._. ...._ '''''II.''" Baking sacola. For further information
!I It is hoped that a large number of apply -
JUST RECEIVED. k West Florida teachers will attend I to
j a GAS RANGE is always reliable.
aud every effort will be made by the Nor bk S uJo. NH! Neaussen, Cape Town or
faculty to make their attendance via Ml Thomas to order I Your oven is always ready to the PETER THOMAS,
5 SYRUP profitable as well as pleasant. Excursion ManagersVIRGINIA
FRESH FLORIDA k minute, at just the temperature you
Any infoiination regarding the ILKA R!D. {I i-I i
f4 Summer Normal will be cheerfully'1 Br ss Wlldcroft IKlit, McKenzie, by W 81 I I want, and you can keep it at the COLLEGE
k. N. B. Cook, Pensa. Kevserat'ofor Rotterdam via Dubbledam. '
given by Hupt.
with ....IUI. ft lumber,3'24.1 g It tim right temperature all through the
cola, Fla., or the undersigned. ber, \Bluelv i Va. t.
k I Students who attend should take', I baking. You don't have to worry OpeniHept. 18. I'jul.! One of the leading r.t
--- t Schools for Young Ladles in the H.lItb ,
for their full fares
a receipt going to
: NOTICE TO MARINERS.Regulations about draughts, damperor chimney; New building, pianos and equipment. It!
N-I:11.1NILF: Pensacola, a* effort is being made: to I' Cnmpa ten .cn',. Uraad mountain scene- *"
the railroads of the Marine Hospital r>er- bread is J ry In alley of Va.. famed for r
' give a return vice require the inspection of vets-Is from your always right. Thereis I health 1 u-

M. F. Gonzalez & Co's Corn Meal kk ticket have in for the one-fourth fare, as they 1 foreign Southern ports Maryland via domestic but via ports such north ports at of nothing like gas for hiking (I, ropran and Amercao advantagein leacbets. Full.Muslcand'course.iUonaerv'atorv \j
past. I Elocution Mudents from thirty Htatea.
i Hhlp Island, where fall ,
pratique given
H. P. BAYA, I For c t lo u > niurfss
for a southern port. Inspection Is ,
lX'i.U I\'II. cot prerequisite -
Principal, DeFuniak :Springs Fla. to entrance i iI MAfTlEI'a.
I. I ISOTIC Pen acola Gas Co. I "

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:: SOL CAHN & CO.]! CASTOR the The following Marine:Hospital r\'l e has i'sueJ''|: No. 3 S. PaUfox St., Penuooli. Fla piece Everybody of this earth has a right But to they a must little )

"l'oa Uu it ,-es.ell which are known and fight for it. They must watch their
which are in regular trade with Morlda -- ------- chance
to get it, and it.
For Infants and Children. from domestic ports of the United Stiles, I
may enterwithout detention or Inspection I "I Never knew Pain Killer to Fail :, Thos. C. Watson & Co.
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS The Kind You Have with the understanding that if sickness of I before what the
Always Bough any character whatsoever shall develop caa matter be? : have some particularly fine bargains
during the voyage to Florida ports shall Where is the bottle? There, I to offer just now, and they invite
r. Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. k Bears the /7 // report to and the quarantine' officers for inspection thought; it is not Perry Davis' you to come and investigate same. }

Gignatur80fICE.COLD disposition. Painkiller at all, but something the You will never regret having done

v Telephone J J78. < < Pensacola Fla. druggist mint have made himself I, to
= You never heard of any one using and I did not notice it; I have used TI
I Foley'rt Honey and Tar and not be-'Painkiller for years' for diarrhoea, ii i I will
WATERMELONS AT i repair your watches and
in ati.fied. W. A.
xx x xacxxacxx THE GARFIELD ICE CO':;. 121 6. Palafox street. D'Alemberte I cramp never failed.and.stomach' aches ana it Stephens.Jewelry In fIrst-class style. J. I

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I W: the of a noble profession
!I( .:-t I'm prince ,
Slayer of Miss Suttles Will Be Hanged ,Gran(1. it.'l'e of t the h:?aa of a sntel Jlroeel! lon.
ExPresidentT Supreme Deputy of the Maccubees of the World.
I AN OCEAN TRIP ; on July 23. I.: James K. Polk, Writes there seems to prevail an impression ---_ _ _

Atlanta June 2G.-Millard Lee who Mrs. Piiikham Sayim* : That a tramp is a sorry thing. RS. MCDONALD, that'I must do lomcth!
I ( To NEW YORK BOSTON r But I live with the birds and the flowers ig
No.471 Beaubien to
J I has been on trial for the past few days .. l'XKII.UIJ have been A ml repose In the hay scented bowers M regain my health.: A
I AND JLLEASTERN DEAn MBS. : And kind heaven abundantly showersIts Street, Detroit, friend advocated yoarVnt
R i RESORTSi for the murder of Miss Lila May Suti i married for nearly two years? and so blessings on me In the spring. Mich., is a prom- a of Cardui treatment I<

: t ties, was found guilty of murder in thafirst :far have not been blessed with! a child.I inent woman who was strongly that I decided to

J ri hare, however suffered with a complication I drift-I and nature together- greatly benefited by the / try it,although I had |jttt:
I I ; degree and sentenced by troubles and painful of th e-4
'. was ] of female Here and there. with a change great woman s medicine, ) faith in patent medicines

, t tit Judge Candler to be hanged July 23. menstruation, until very recently. weather Wine of Cardui. Mrs. I am now very thankful t ,

1; t OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY: I i And iut: I I know go at neither my own halter sweet nor will tether; McDonald is the supreme T I did 10, forsithinte5d.."

t J LOVRATESufKK.KSmicE: 4j I of the deputy of the Maccabees bleiied relief came to
SESSION OF THE HOUSE. 5- I rejoice in the song river me,
I JO Hour of Ocean Breezes1 II Content with the gifts of the Giver, of the World, and one of and in less than three

-1 n Sailings each WeeK f I Whle: other halt tremble and shiverIn the most widely known tin. lit XtDonald. months I wai cured am

fTlV Report Upon Sundry Civil Appropria. 4 '.. i.A their fejr for a fattened tilL women in the United LJf hIVe enjoyed fine health!
|j y from Savannah. Ga. tion Bill Adopted. I "" States. Thousands of women gather to ever ince. I know there it nothing better

p 1 "laiii'l iin of this Popular Iji* iwoni- f Washington June 25.-Rev. Dr. Cou- I live In today. and tomorrow hear her lecture everywhere she goes.The for a lick woman who wishes to enjoy per.
5 4 .. .*-inil. :-rr...l .\ "MiHiii 11Ig ia | | j the "-\ work she has am to
... den. chaplain of the house, in his who borrow great very pleased Siva my
b 1 i ilrl Ki ItiU roulc uii siM-im* n .1.ru plrl* f la alone for the foolish
: J lii m i>iiu-ut trt'10' ..U Nuiillirin. I'MnU l>y v invocation today prayed for the i The pain that they might have missed Maccabees is appreciated by every hearty endowment"No
ia phnrlrm'. .H)..rirv 10 '.jivsninh .,.| :!u li.iui.uf fcwl rectorj j order. ab-
Nttair i.> Nr'"_\Uf._ Lre ation to health of King Edward.Mr. An'l I lie whore the blossoms adorningThe member of the She was BO Buffering woman can aff..H' f >
;.-?... "n I. .TOI.*. *ovt.'..ma' II f chairman fields care and trouble are scorning sorbed in her work that she neglected ignore such a letter as Mrs. McD a.u
<#< II....... ETC ,...LY To Vlirlli Cannon of the appro- h.1' And awake with the first blush of mornIng to give her health proper care-failed writes. Her plans and alvica, .
I J It R. Ph..j.. '- ""( tat.. r..ur_,.. II. fTirl't ropriations. committee called up th j to take warning that the symptoms of proved valuable in ry i
..... .,..
' P.i up )ns f
.IfrtI. t .a' cheeks the fresh dew kissed.
.1 I I .11 1 tIJlrr' lI.a "" .......1'.1. JrI..dIPIL, J conference report upon the sundry civ- Jy by approaching kidney trouble gave her, the greatest women's organizations .

} )I"" ""' ""' 1l 11 appropriation bill\ At finally aereplto .....- 1\ Aye. though l' Is storming or shining the sallow complexion and torpid liver. the United States and she takes tii ',
_ _ I /
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cured her the
But Wine of Cardui same advice which
the bill useless give aha knowj
carries about $60,000,00). = I stop not tor repining: wiu I. .
i l GKNKKAIj FKKNC1I SCHEDULE being about I,000Ooo less than tin -.- AEJL: Th, re's naught in complaining or vshimn. a) it has cured thousands of others and )'OU. :I

': Ti,' l .. .... To ui real to a heart that's free, :Mrs.:McDonald has written this letter in Do not delay in securing this rr
i ; Following is tbe schedule of the current: law. The report was ado>: Jf7-; ;';/ \. \i '' But nature and I drink the sweetnessOf order that other suffering women may cine. There is nothing to earn at

If .: government steamer General French I' ed. --------l:= "'fi-'.=;;.-" life In Its fullest completeness. secure from Wine of Cardui the same everything to lose by'delay. Th.L..

:[ which THE NEWS print for the The conference report upon the Ami time. with its menacing fleetness relief she got from it. is before you. Will or will r .
>[IIS. II'A. I. ROS.ER. Has no sting of regrets fur me. n
benefit of the merchants who ship j army appropriation bill\ was then call! "For four yean I suffered with torpid secure relief now Ly takinq i\ 9 !
{ their goods to the various army up and adopted.Mr. The "value of L:>' li.i I!. PinkIiaiu's I can laugh In the face of disaster, liver until my akin looked yellow and dull. Cardui i? All druists sell $1Mm) IJ .

i posts : It'd Hall then moved that the house (-tt\111c Coiiipountl was And I i,.'n.I to no o'erlwarlng master; I then found my kidneys were affected and of Wine of Cardut at well ai .; f.. ....
.. called to m: attention by an I live as I pi'aso, but no fistrr;
} leaves r'ensacnla 7:10 a. m. had severe pains across my back, and I felt ages of ..tWINEofCARDVI ,
3 Lt-nvt-s rranCI\!.. ... T:3'"> a. m. ,| recede from the senate relerence to its : friendvho life! had simply been a As free as the birds of the air. _
fl' . ... ... LU _J-J- -.m.-. _- _. _
Leaves Pickens _. 1lhJ a. in.t disaremect to senate amendment 11. torture with iullammatiou and uleer- I drift-I and r.ature. togethi-r I
LeavfS linrruncas .... Hl5a. IU.L..a..5 of Compound Here and there, with a change of thtI A million
i atina. and a few bottles suffering w _.
,- rVn-incola .. 1)Ia.: III. which carried JJOI>O.UHH for tIt temporary your j
{ cured her she can hardly! weathf-r. have found re': of
i Arrlva Bgrranea llln a. ni. and tbt-n I ; m
| barracks and
in the i ii I
quarters And I know neither halter nor tether.
luxe* a trip to rort.McKtsu and luen r-- 1 believe it herself; to-day, she enjoys Wine of Can.ai.;
tarnt to larrRn..lu. i Philippines and the United States anl such blessed health. I took four Anti my keep U the wide worlds car*. __Jl-r.- -_._ _--__-I-- t. .r ..j-j -
I I.tavft Knrranctti Il.S p. m. I agree to it with an amending fixing! the Ualtlmore News.
bottles of Compound and consider I
Le&\et I'H-kem .. 1:2.:i p. m. I your
, leaves fcnsacola .. ISM p. m.I : appropriation at $3.; ;;O.ulil o. myself cured. I am once r.1orIn tine '
I Leaves I'ickens .. I I. nappreciatltc.VilliP. THE NEW GROCERY
I. \rra.... Kurrancn 5..M p. m. and make p. Ill.t Mr. Richardson of Tennessee maYothe health and spirits ; my domestic; and : STORE.MOVER .
" .4 trip to Me lice and return. I'I point of onlcr that the house after official duties all seem easy now, for I I II I

On Wednesday* Saturdays: the adhering could not now recede hut feel s>o strong I can do three times .. 0WILL-- -------.S- n _ _0
f boat will leave Barrancas via Pick- what I used to do. You have a host; offri.'n.is -..

ens for Pen,acola at GW p. m. I was ou-rniled. i; in Denver and among the best

The General French is for army ;! count. Yours very ratefull.IR. .
.! pasposes: only and anyoutider must CONFIRMED BY THE SENATE. IDA L. RustR; 3'0: lth Ave., Denver.

have a pass from the quartermaster | Cul.\ "-$5000. forfeit if o oo' testimonial is rot Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stockof

o take passage o i her. Favorable Action on a Number ofI geruine.If
t .. Nominations. you arc ill, don't hesitate tojrotabottleofLydialLPinkhaui's Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No .

J STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE Washington; June 25.-Confirmations i Vegetable Compound, at once, 30 W. Covernment St., Salisbury Block.
>>y the senate: i' I
and write to Mrs. Pinkham, TELEPHONE 327.

! N\\f'f'n ('f'nlialnd Milton-Boat Brigadier Generals John C. Bates Lynn, 3Ia !&, for special advice j Ij .

.1 ItUhib Daily Kxcept: Sunday. I and George W. Davis to be major generals it is free.'-

; Colonels Theodore J. Wint. TtcEANbWoOD.
"CITY OF TAMPA. Frank D. Baldwin and Jei'lse1.. Lee
Aged Alabaman Suicides.
Lv Milton ... f\ to be brigadier generals; Colonel William .
? LvP
; lallt ii.acoI.IDpni
Birmingham, Ala.. June 24.-John M. WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE
Arr 'ct>acol". ::!llaU Ar Milton 6: : t'arej1C\ ; Hound tripe U:< ,. Hersefeld, 69 years of age and one
of the army.Postmasters THIS SUMMER THAN EVER FEFCRE
of the most prominent business men
: i
Tlir Hln-amallc Klrud. Tennessee-John Morgan. Dayton. (.f Birmingham doing a furniture bus- SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOi/tf.

"I haH I'l't'nln the businens for nine Florida-Daniel iness. killed himself yesterday afternoon .
T.Gerau'. JacksonTitle.
years" s.ijs a drug t-U-rk ciuottnl by the at his place' of business by shoot. Thompson Olsen & Co.

rhiliidi-liihia llti-onl "and up to dateI North tag himself in the left temple with a ,
Carolina Oeo. ,
I W. De Priest, :
i l1a\'"' IfiinieU of :.C)7 curt-H fcr rheu- revolver. Business troubles are supposed
Shelby: Price T. Jones. Hendersoa Manresa
. matiiii hid regularly licfiivd i>hyknuv ; to have been the causeS He was J Street, Tele f honeESTABLISHED 14 ;.

, .: bldani iiothiii:: alH.ut -i'r. at Amanda t:. )Morris Hendersonville.j' on the first floor of the store aloue JI JI I __ __ _____ n- __- _. __ __ ____ -
"ireinla-Jamf"s :\McLaughlin i iLynchbnrg Ji
& -; 1 K-ast, if the} do they tInt rtfoniuu'nd when the fatal shot was fired. M:. I 1863.
: John M. Sloan Chase
them. 1'coiile come III suffering fromrhtuniatiMii Hersefeld had been a resident ani i.
, City: Allen I. Harless.
and ir's 'niii'r that i>cofile Christiansburp: : !leading citizen of Birmingham since *\ If you!It' knew how beceflein.

\\ lit) suffer from iln-uiii.iti-.in all I I Alex MiCormlrk. U rry'iIIeII'Clung iS 83. mUll baths is youse wouldn't put up1cli McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,

"''I'm to look and mt alike-and present I Patton Lexington. a holier!" iSo j
ji o
r AlahamaIar -DIALIB8IS- 0
a doctor's pn-M-njition. I M. Force, Selma; Renewed Quarrel. i

I "'fbi' lirs-t tLlu they want to know Is t A. J. Locke, Kutaiild. Charlotte N. C., June :4.-While re. pood health unle" the kidneysare Ship Chandlery and General >aPdWatr8>

how much its p>iiiK to ei "t. 1 l Ik I turning home from Cameron, N. C.. sound. Foley's Kidney Cure ,
o\er th iiifMTilitH' and tell them, I Bills Passed by the Senate. makes the kidneys n>ht. W. A.
Saturday night Pat Pierce and Niel 003 AND 609 :3. PALAKOX 8TUEKT.
miJ then they invarlalily! rear up on I Washington. June 25.-The senate D'Alemberte, 121 S. Palafox. J JCHU'V
Black renewed a quarrel which had JI
their hind les; and houl. They tell mealxjut has passed bills appropriating not ru I --u---AGENOy u
been started earlier in the
the virtues of Momethin that I exceed Slfi.Ooi' for the purchase of real day. with REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLING'S ROSS CO.'H!
: the result that Pierce oriei& .
('UE('tI Uncle I I.nryg'iats: milk, drunkat I estate for the customs service at Wilmington ; was shot and I GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUBBEL & SON'S PUMPS.
\ instantly killed, while Blark serl- I
3 o'clock e\t-ry morning; a raw onion 1 N. C.; authoriziug the Penji. !;I ously cut. Pierce used his: was knife on a NEITHER nor consignees the captain of tbe owner lirltIsh : hUll Eirit&i Ptlils, Dill, liotiei! lislriniots, Chris:, lititn Ihn!
carried in the left hand hip pocket, cola Alabama and Tennessee Railway | bk Haerimner will he responsible -!
!' Black to such an extent that he for debts; contracted I, COMPASSES LOOS ETC.
a hor'-echcstnut carried In the ,.t'stJ.II'kl.t to
company constriut a
acros ,
thought he would die but the latter by tbe crew of aid vessel. C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent
rlns- all i Aaaoi
nuipii'tie I managed to draw his pistol and send To order. i ciation.
: (It things tiuit 1',e made notes of. It Ala. .
I] a bullet through the brain of his -
has IM-COUK- i that I am diM'ouraged: I an-

oxer the hances of tilling a preicrip- I Omnibus Statehood Bill. \ tagonlst. The
tion for a rheumatic) intii-nt n Star Laundry
Washinpton. June 23.: -The senate
Cures Cancer, Blood POiso-;;, Eating I :, has agreed to make the omnibus statehood Wells Must Pay Death Penalty. Buffalo 'o.ot ,
Sores, Ulcers, Costs Nothing to Try. I, Atlanta. June 24.-W. R. Wells\ slay.
bill the unfinished business
Blood oion and I for er of Frederick Pearce, a blind man. Biggest Busiest Best !
j cancer II I the tenth day! of the next !session of :i was yesterday morning ,
!are the wor"t and mo-t de p-ilAJted congress and Senator Quay has with resentenceiby
I Judge John S. Candler in the criui- Baking Powder
i blood di..e:1..e: on earth, yet the drawn his motion for immediate considoration ; p_
inal superior court, to be hanged, on:: I
ea iet to cure when Kotanic Blood I of the bill. The Demoj Au Even Call
I i Monday July 21. A new trial was I ''Ar ing on
Balm is unl. If you have bloo j crats accepted this arrangement.; I! refused the condemned man a few IT I / .

poison producing u.lct'ril. hone J paia.s: : !j jtiimple 1 I days ago by the supreme court, and $ .f Your Swell FriemN

*. mucuous patches: falling Nominations Confirmed. _
I' his only hope now to escape the gallows .
: Washington. June 23.: -The senate' I Ii you wl'l find will be warmly
hair, itching; "kill, i c1'tlfula, old rheu- is that the pardoning board and -- :

ma.tim or otfe.rive form of ciit rrh, has confirmed the nominations of Colonel -' governor may intervene and commute &: celved if you are well and u> .
Hcaos :and -cal' -=.de-ully cancer, eating William H. Carter assistant ad his sentence to life imprisonment. ,: -.:!_ li dressed and linen is ,
your irrepr"
/ LI eding. feterin sores swell- :, jutant general and Majcir Talker H -- --- '

jugs, lump'. pf'r; i..ttlnt wrt or lore, :! Bliss commissary to be brigadier gen,I Ready to Yield. 'a' \ able. A woman of refinet,

take Botanic Blond Halm d B. It. 15. ) erals. "I used DeWitt'sVitch Hazel I.-.- always gauges a man's well brp,>( -
It will\ cure even the worst ',Ilifter i -
salve for piles and found it a certain 1 I stincts by the condition of his li
everything eI(5114.. 15. Jl. B. drain
| i Says She Killed 31 Persons. H. R. Meredith Willow :. and be into her
the poi-on out Qf tho system aud the cure says goes presenc
| i iblr Boston June :24.-Jane Toppan. who! Grove, Del. ..
Operations snored
'o(1, thelll"'e1'lIrA heals nukini; unnecessaryto i lt[ with beauty when ins -
the blood pure :and rich, aud build i. was sent to Taunton Insane asylum b\ cure piles. They always yield to collars and culls have been dot
I. :
iu>c up the broken-down body. itt)- !,i a Jury at Darn stahle jesterrtay whetf1 DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve.; Cures Guaranteed Absolutely Pure. -
r tanic Blood Balm < P.. H. H.) thoroughly I, she was tried for the murder of Mrs. kin diea-es, all kinds of wound. : at the Star Laundry.

'I .. tested for ::50 )'eari. Dru:' Mary D. Oibbs. has made a confession 1 Accept no counterfeits. Harris'
fto'rps, fl I large bottle. Trial I I.I Pharmacy, John Hheppard, Sidney' i
per i to her senior counsel. Judge Fred M.Bixby. 1.II KaLu. i! ALL WORK c. o. D.
.I, treatment free l>y writing BloodBalm I MI (MM for and Dflinred Free,
that she killed 81
Co., Atlanta, (};t, Describe II persons. They The Housewives who have given

- trouble and free medical advice I were Ilatlf'nts whom she had nursed. Pocket cutlery and scissors Buffalo a fair trial continue to use it, TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.

given coutaui until mineral cured. B It. H. does not : from the finest to the for it makes delicious hot biscuit,, WALKER
poons| or mercury Brazilian Revolution Threatened.New rolls, griddle cakes and INGRAHAM Manager.
(as FO many advertised remedies do). t York June 24.-The Journal i cheapest, at the TT' II isIlal'dllare muffins. _
: but i< composed of Pure Botanic In- It makes wholesome food, for -- ---
of Rio
De Brazil Janiero. says prparattons Co.
gredients. Over :>c4) testimoiiiilj of there are no adulterants in it. Medical Society, Attention
are to bring about a re'olu.Hun -

. (cure B. B.by H.taking' Botanic Blood Balm '! in Brazil before the establishmentof Foley's Honey and Tar KIDNEY There will be a regular meetin >f

-- the new administration of Rodriguez colds OSCAR E. MAURA DISEASES he Pensacola Medical Society at :
prevents pneumonia. Telephone. the Board of Health 5
: office i
V If you want a nice present to give Alves. the presldlnt? !ect. wales Agent.
to a friend, go and look through the o'clock p.m. Tuesday, July" 1 _

elegant hue of :suitable articles at !; .thiostfat&Ic1sud! ; Visiting physicians are cordiai.y

J. I. Stephens, you surely can find .| Read It in His Newspaper. LAW DEP.ARTMENT $Lu.. Iml Invited attend.
something to please you. If you ; George Schaub a well known Ger DB. E. F. IOuPreslde.tt' e

want anything in the Diamond hue man citizen of New Lebanon. Ohio -o F- !I !
a i ,
be eure to see him before you buy. H a constant: reader of the Dfiytnn

Seasonable household \'oJk
aims: to advertise only the Marston fy Quina carr;}
and kitchen utensils at the Do Ln11cl. : '1ciic1.ALBFIIT .
: bet in its column*, and when l.e saw I money refunded. ConUiniremtditi the largest line of matting
Willis Hardware Co.'s.CABTOn.ZA. JOHN .'. FORBES. 1'h. n., President J,
Chamberlain's Pain Balm
.1 advertised FAltUAH. LL. B., Dean rtcofnizcd by tint- rugs window shades etc.,
therein for lame back. he did Tall I I Term ('(iimiiciicrx "-(',lIu'' ,
V : : : not !> luy, Oeober 1 I 902. Dint phyiidAns u tha bat f 01ICwy in the city. We our
hesitate in lay
buying a bottle of it for TWO EAK.S1
cOUR3E-Tlie: Law
B an tte AlMjg Sogfl: his wife, who for eight" weeks had ato-ye.ir' course. l"adiDgto the degree Depa of rtmeot itLt, H.diploma. of John B. Stetson University gives and BUddtr troublta matting free.ADMINISTRATOR'S.

str ait; .: suffered with the most terrible pain. J'KQKKE I'niversity ADMITS admits TO to THE the Bar.HARThe8tHon ol the Law Departme-nt of John B. PIUCI .. ia. 'M\\ -

in her back: and could get tio relief.He i' ['HTH ER INKiiKMATIuNKortbeLan .. NOTICE
I. Announcement of 1.2-3.and all other W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.
says: : "After using the siredictormationregardiDKtb; <>Law Depart de-
Estate of L. M.
Foley's Honey and Tar Balm for a few days my wife said tome ALBERT J. FARR.: AH, Dean of Law Department I Notice Is hereby KImberly given that,decease on t.

torchildren.safe.sure. No OlJ/ /es. 'I feel as though"born anew,' ,, De Land, Fla. I day of July A D. lnui. I will apply
--- and before using the entire contents Honorable Prohau Judge of Ka..
of the bottle the unbearable pains ; county. Florida! O a discharge fl'1

Marston jQuina. are sole had: entirely vanished and she could Tulane A 1alD I administration of Aid WlLLIAH estate KlS''"

agents for the celebratedOdorless igain take up her household duties." University of Louisiana. ja:!Toanrfm AdJlllndlt'1
He is thankful and -
very hopes that .
refrigerators, ill sutferinsr likewise will hear of NovvOrloans.. Rt.a FJ

absolutely guaranteed or ,' her wonderful recovery. This valuable r LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS
liniment is for sale by all drugit3 .

money refunded. ? and medicine dealer I EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LL.D., President ..I IIARPER

There's lots of money to be madeIn Full Courses in Langua, @clE'nces. .KENTUCKY OF PYTHIAS.PermacoU .
real estate-lots of it. A real estate Thos. C. Watson & Co., Cevn tlparatl! lJeparlmtl1ls. i'\lxtel'n Engineering.HUlldln l. Law, redlcille. Pb&rmaey Art.
1 Extensive
eign is usually a fin er.boar1 to the leading Real Estate Agents, take and Work.hop splendid Department for women In the Newcomb I..lbrarle College.. Laboratories ,WHISKEY Lodge, No. S, K. of P-<

wealth. Thos. C. Watson & all the worry ot! the shoulders of the In tboe Tulane toutb.makes leaders III all \'ocat/ons. Its facilities for Instruction are ullsorpaued meets nery Mondiyinj nell'

Co. the leading Real Estate firm owners of property, manage! the '. to tbe academic Elltbty"slx d..partment instructors open to Looisiana and It students last seUlon. Many scholarships 'e.e4.ai St t4u9 at Calt18 Hi.itla
L have'some offers which it would renting of their house and the collection U75rur s"nlon. Hoard and lodging in dormitories boys.at low Expenses; or Scholarship tudut I \ tbe Bloaat -- WIUOA
; academic students for self-belp. In ratu. Opportunltlea aTordl'd: fUi. iL Building, third floor
be worth while consider Go of their the Academic
your rents as! conscien- for collele work, will be turned Colleges; no boy, It pr"perly prepared VUltlng brethren corSi uweioomeil. '
and tee them to-day, and dou't wait tiously as they would themselves. I guu October IH. Send for : a"1 from lnall1ty to pay tUition. Neat session be- .
till to-morrow. Their charges are reasonable. Catalogue. l[ M.CAKFBII.1.,
; I very
I I _____. Address, .___ R. K. BRtfr, Secretary Soli by Dannheisser Bros. 'c H. HOKSLIR. .48. C.O.E. .





THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1902.

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; VOLCANO'S FORCE I INCREASES. made the committee can, if they see I

I fit to do so, cut down the said assess S

ISt. LOU1(-S.O'B E E R 5} Reports of Kilauea from Honolulu Tell I ment.win vote The on'Oters the above-named of the entire coun-county ,x : ,.

: ;
Tell of Much Activity. !officers Including' the chairman and

Honolulu. June 17. via San Francisco secretary of the executive
The Highest Priced bat the nest Duality. committee
l OLD EVERYWHERE. June 24.-Reports from the volcano -| except the justice of the peace and [ iiiiii

Kilauea continue to tell of unusml constables and the candidates for a ;

-. manifestations of activity, and indicate -1 county office who shall receive a majority -
that of all the votes cast for that ,
The Canary Household. the display of force is in-
A ilnll .- ".. !I office shall be declared the nominee
I To Insure the creasing. There has been, however fl
l:i !tLe IIld days: "f Nf:-tern 1'.nnqv1. hatching of canaries' of the democratic party for that office.In .

,., '. win-:. IU- inHiplo bad little iisonn eggs more nearly at one time the first no considerable outbreak. the event a candidate does not receive for infants and Children.The 11

-,. : .;. t"T t
ti.f.r Lou y* hut littk-! time! from the work the fanciers and replaced by artificial Friar Lands Negotiations. other primary election will be held on Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature i ;

: thf tkid, 'I"JUI l "J..q.t"' almost In- ones, all being put back in the bet Rome June 24.-There is no doubt the 12th day of August 1902, to choose (If Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under hi* :
? when the bird ceases to lay. While she that the negotiations of Judge Taft between the two candidates receivingthe
during the few we-ks when personal!' for
supervision 30 Allow
('t' ":Jlltl) highest vote in the July primary.The over years. no ono !
U the with the Vatican
prospective father lives the
regarding disposition
In !;session with no Saturday to deceive in
It was voters of the county at large you this. Counterfeits, Imitations unit"Ju'ta'good" fi
up to bis responsibilities and devotes of the friar lands In those
to'!.ilays and very brief rert' !4'8. At shall vote for the chairman and sec are but Experiments, and endanger the
his time to seeing that his Islands will end in i
mate does the
success of the
out) ilttte! among mountains retary of the executive committee and health of Children
-Experience against Experiment
an old fashioned Irish schoolmaster her duty, and when she leaves her American proposals in all essential the voters of-each precinct shall vote ; ;

Will once employed who kept his nest, if she shows an inclination to |i points. Representations of serious for a member of the executive commit The Kind You Have Alw ysBough-t. : j ,

too\ % grinding Mi-a>!ily at their tasks, dally sharp pecks drive her back. i: hitches are denied although some diversity tee from his precinct and the candidate -

tut gave them 1*'rmll! iou to nibble ,I of opinion regarding details for the executive committee reCeiving Bears the Signature of !

from their lunch baskets sometimes as WAS WASTING AWAY. has developed, thus prolonging negotiations. the highest vote cast shall bea

they worked. The following letter from Robert Judge Taft will today present until member his successor of the executive shall be committee chosen in

One day, while the master was Instructing R. another not. to Cardinal Ramp
Watts of
Salem, Mo. is instructive the year 190 .
a class in the rule of three, la precisely Indicating the American
: "I have been troubled with Qualifications of Voters.
tt- noticed that on of the pupils wasP wishes and asking for a categorical re
kidney disease for the last five Those and only those shall .
\\ng\ more attention to n piece of ap- I ply thereto.
I lost flesh and be permitted to become candidates before
l pie tillto the )eson. "Arrab. years. never felt I For'ber'3O
In Use "
or to vote at or participatein Years (
t>..>r-"' said the master. "Jack Bales well and doctored with leading physicians -j Bond Election Carries.
the of this ..
'i 4
management primary TMr n..nu" COMP' TT Muun s .n rw"oa. con
l" steniu to the lK! !;.,n, will ye!" "I'm and tried all remedies suggested -I McRa, Ga., June 24.-An electionwas j election who are white democratic elec. T ,
1 sir said the without relief. Finally 11 -- --- -
-n-ninrf., boy. "Llstenln', I
held tore duly registered fer the electionin
." tried Foley's Kidney Cure and lea yesterday to decide whether
I.. It exclaimed the master. "Then :
It'stenIn' than two bottles completely curedme McRae would float bonds to put In the year 1900 and on the 12,13 and REMOVAL NOTICE.Dr. .
:: wid one ear are an" atlu' 14th days of June who declare 5-
je 1902. .
and I am now sound and well. i electric lights and waterworks. The .- 1R.COO
wld the other!" I: their adherence to the principles and
t W. A. D"Alembene. i Awarded at Paris
121 1 S. Palafox. necessary! two-thirds vote was cast in .
organization!: of the democratic party
Q. M. Tuttle
favor of and ,
lights water so the mat '
national state and county, who if
ter will be pushed ahead and completed they voted at the election
regular Dr. J. G. Heard
POLITICAL NNOUNCE IENTS.For in the near future. held next preceding such primary ,
election then voted the democratic -
ticket national state an.l (

!i county, who are by the lawsof Itooms 7 and 0, Masonic Tf mplr. .I
State Senator. THE PRIMARY iI the state lawful electors of, CORDIAL
All branches of surgical. Operative and ;
For Commissioner.
I i' ,. friends of Hon. W. A. Blount County I the election district in whku they Hijhe recommendations for cure ot Poorness j jcl f('chanlcallll'lIt1blry jrtornmedLIh tecbIllCHl ,

..by announce him a< a candid.ite I ht"rt'bannOUnce myself as a ,j I offer to vote, who have paid their poll I! bili'v Blood.Increase Storr.ich! the troubles arretue inj, strengthens Genenl De tfclll. ..

:Mate Senator from this, the tsec- cilldidate"Cor county conjmi- illnff. taxes legally due not less than ten I the nerves ind builds up the entire istem. Special attention given to Children's ;
'i Senator'al District, and re"pect- from di-trict 4, ;:subject to the actionof ELECTION CALLA lays before such primary election is'' 22 llriiunt Tcflh.t.olil and i'orcelam Killing, Ciown i
roc '
ullv a-k fie -upport of all ptmoIN the voters at the ensuing demo held, and who shall, when challengedby \ PARIS and BridgeVurk.

for iniiKit the eomin!,' primarr. cratic primary July 15. -- any elector, pledge in writing, upon K, roucrrn A Co. Kir si talt'fial); Competent Kqulpmtnt.

D. W. C. VAKIKOU I oath, before an inspector his honor to Telephone No. <17H.InuorUrt .
For Representative. primary election of the democratic :abide by and support the result of such t

1 1if: friend of :Oc.tt'ol. Luftin take : For County Commissioner.The party will be held in Escambia county. primary, and vote for the nominees

means of annont'.cin him a'; a friend of J. B. Roberts announce Florida, on the loth;; day of July, A. D therefor. 1
didate for Representative in the him as a candidate: for reel I The inspectors to conduct this election -

: \ 'i-Uture from Ecambia county, I < c' iou as county comm"ionf'r 1902 for the purpose of nominating: will be selected by the committee A Wm HOP GO.

ey de-ire the -upport of all from District I, subject to the action ''candidates for the following offices: at a meeting; to be bt'at\. the &

coiriii of the democratic primaries July ': One United States Senator. j office of T. \
) '. (rat: in the :{ primary.For : Judge R. McCulIagh at These tiny Capsules ire suxw.ri'Jr\

15. They believe that the material One Representative in Congress 3rd i 7SO: p. m., June 21, 1902. This committee I to Balsam] (of.Copaiba,
Reoresentative. interests of the demand his '1I District. j and Dealers In-
county will meet at Judge McCuI-
1 Crbeb* and Injection!
i .1' !nd-of Henry C. Clopton I re-election and they a-k the support ;. One Justice of the Supreme Court. lagh's office at 8 o'clock Saturday I in y I
cure 48 lioura the
''' :. ',na-i. in as a candidate: for of every democrat in securing it. One Secretary of State. night, July 19, 1902 for the purpose of Chinese and Japanese

', j! !1.-iit.tnvtin! the Legislaturefi --- ---I One Comptroller. canvassing the vote and announcingthe shine J ISI'8.Sf'Inth J\ &nyiacoaJufice. 1

.,in E-cuuibii county, and request For County Commissioner. j Two Railroad Commissioners. result of said election and the in- JOI P pr .i i uGGiST; : $ Fancy Goods,

: '... -upport of all democrats in the I announce myself a candidate: for | One State Senator :2nd District. spectors will have then and there the -
.uuutr democratic tJrimar '. election as county commissioner for | Two Members of the House of Rep- returns of said election; if they have -- - -- ,

district No. 1, at primary to be held reentatives.One not been already forwarded to the 31 South Palafox St.

For Representative. July 15th; and ask for the support of Tax Assessor. chairman of this committee.C. Every Woman Laundry Office. Pensacola, Fla

'I':" fnt.dof: Chas. )J. Co.tnn an- all democrats. II i One Tax Collector.One I B. PARKHILL, ., \ lSth1fli&edlI5iI1JOUId5flOWA.t -
him aa rep-
muce LEE DAXIELL. Treasurer. DAN :'oIURPIIChairman.
County about the wvixlrrfti) NOTICK.
from'lambia ____
the legislature 5iI
.-t-t-ntativt- ;
Five County Commissioners.Three Secretary. M4R>EL Whirling Spray
-. and they a-k the I ,,, I have been authorized to take
county. For County Commissioner. > Members of the County Board Tllf n w f U.I rbo'". ",, .
IppcJrt of all deinocrat;; i in the coin- lion unit .rlt6.. 111'11b& -N ,- subscriptions for Wm. J f'nningBryan's
The friends of W. A, :Shelby hereby of Public Instruction. -'Meet ('unvrihciit.
:ir pr mar)'. IttlruMi litlull;. paper, "The Commoner.The .
announce his candidacy for reelection One Justice of the Peace for DistrictNo. IN8PECTORSAND CLERKS. 1Y
as, county coml11 3loner One. I &.,J... ...""I'...Ia.If price is $1.00 per year in ad-
For Railroad Commissioner. be<- ;mt lui'i'ly the Those the :
vance. desiring
from district No. 3 of cambia One Constable for Districts Nos. M \R' H: ,. aC"tilnoothrr. paper
of the 1,1 ,1
Recognizing fully me rights to the action of tie The following named persons have hut wild stamp for fl- can have it sent to them by seeding j
county, subject 3,4 5 6.
and tn more conideration lU.'fal..II.k.1& t
farmers producers HTM 1.00 the
been appointed by the Democratic f to undersigned. 1
I democratic primaries July 15, and One Chairman of the County Execute -I full parti.iilart anrtMircHiLin In. .
of the Flor-
at the hand* .. .
a-k fur him the hearty of all Executive Committee of Escambfa talu.l bie to." '.:,MiKlt" ('0., H. M. ROCHK
I solicit support e Committee.One .
Ja Railroad: ClmUlli'III democrats. 'I I county, to conduct the primary election Koom S-jc? Times ldi..1'iI'W'orlE.' Care Daily News.
of the
of all Democrat* who Secretary County Executive -
re! support of July 13: 1JW2, in their respective -
'prove of the decliration of prin- For County Coniuimi.ioiier. Comnultl'e. I precincts, under the rules of the
iples ,.Ct forth in my platform. One member of the county executive
State and County Democratic Executive
I ijpiM of pi UTurm -ent to any one After due consideration I appealto Committee in and for Precincts :\05.j Committees and the instructions- THE GARDEN SECTION

'tddres-iujj uif atVet Palm Heach, my many friends and the democratic one to twenty. inclusive.
Kla. R. HUDSON') : I'.UKR. voters as a candidate: for the The State Executive Committee has !' that will he fmnished theniPrecinct : o-03E1-oIPensacolst

olliceol county commi-Moner from prescribed. the rules and regulations j Xo. I.-H. C. Clifford, Jno.M. .
For County Treasurer. district four of cambia Rich Sr., inspector; R. L. Rob
county. of the primary for state officers In. Florida
P'ie: friends of Frank E. i.rawner 1leie remember me at the primary ( eluding the State Senator and mem-1 I itrts. cUfk.Precinit. ,,. 1
..rtlJ\ announce him as a cindidate election of the democratic Xo. 2.-Frank :Marx Ash
party bers of the House of Representatives, : ,
ir County Treasurer of cambia July 15, lHi2.! \ D. M. )hlRI1'I" and the County Executive Committee. Cravey, inspectors; John D,1\' 11port.clplk. Near East Hill ElectricRailway Terminus. t
actijii of the .
to the
unty. subject Olive Fla.
at a meeting held in the office of :! ;
'''uioc'ratu primaries July I 15; and! Precinct Xo. 3.-C. H. Hoyett W. J
County Judge McCuIlagh on the :2Cthj! i !
.-k for him tile support of the voter. For County Co.iiiiih.ioner day of May, HII):!; provided rules and Wilkins. inspectors; C. H. Kupfiiau.clerk. Beautiful Lots for Sale.

For County 1 reasurer.I The friends of R. Rathwell of regulations as follows in accordance )['

I announce myself a candidate\: for Bluff Springs hereby announce him with the platform and regulations of | Hurd Precinct, Jr., Xo.inspectors 4.-S. P.; John lIt"n.lrix.Iark Langrenclerk. 40x137% feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord-
candidate for County Commissioner the State Executive Committee for the
for the po-ition of as a ,
nomination: .
I to location
of cambia coun- from district No. :j'of Escam nomination of candidates for Tax Assessor ing and surroundings.
.unty treasurer Preciiut). :G.-A. J. ltusiieeV.. B.
-subject to the action of the democratic bia county, subject to the action of Tax Collector, County Treasurer -, -- -- -

ly. primary. the democratic primaries July 15; County Commissioners, School > clerk.Precinct\\'awr.. inspectors! ; II. F. Frater, Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View

J. \V. FRATER.For and ak for him the support of the Board, and Members of the Executive < High Dry Fertile Lands.
v.ter.For *. Committee: Xo. 5.-T. J. Davidson.C. H ,
Hot IJs, inspectors U. M. Uonifay
Tax Assessor.I The names of the candidates for ;

I hereby announce my=elf a* a I Chairman Executive Committee. these different county offices and memo clerk. The grandest opportunity for investment ever
Precinct Xo. .-John Hammock.V. J
.uididate for re-election as Tax A-- The friends of John Ii. Jones hereby bers of the Executive Committtee must Norris, inspectors; Ed. Campbell. offered in Pensacola.

.Mor for cambia comity subject announce his candidacy for chair- > be printed upon the official ballot to be clerk.

i' the action of the democratic priarv man of the E-cambia County Demo- used in said primary election July 13: I Precinct 0.Gt'0.! Gibson Hu-l Home Seekers Should See These Lots
: July 15.; cratic Executive Committee sub 1O:!, and no blank lines will be left
Proctor, inspectors Taylor Crabtree
W. W.RK-HAKI.S.' ject to the action of the democratic on said ballots and no voter will be ;

--.----- voters of the county at large at the allowed to vote for or write the nam cleik. -V.Clubbs .
Precinct! Xo. 9.-P. R. :McXeill A. J ;
For Tax Collector.I I
primary July 15, and ak for him' of any candidate on the said ballot
announce myself as a Cow art. inspectors: ; W. T. Dick clerk.
the hearty support of the voter unless the name of the candidate be
audidate'for Tax Col- I Precinct Xo. 10.-C. J. Ward U. Ed-I
re-election a< Corner
printed on said ballot. \ Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
liH-tor for cambia county, subject For Secretary Executive Committee. Each person desiring to have his dir.RR. inspectors; H. H. IJryars, clerk.
;.. the acti.tn of the democratic pri- Precinct Xo. 11.- K. R Lf'IL ----- -
The friends of Ken I). Reels announce name printed on the primary election \ .
:.ary July 15. hi* candidacy for Secretaryof ballot as a candidate for the above > inspectors; J. IJ. Stewart K.O. BRENT WM. H KNOWLK8; W. K. HYER. JK., J. H. KEEHK.

A. H. D'Al-KMBKKTE. the Ecambia County Democratic county offices and executive committee clerk. President. Vice-President. Cashier, AII'I Caihler I
-- -- Precinct Xo. 12.-J. L. Scholls. J. G
For Tax Collector. Executive Committee subject to the shall file with the chairman of this
Oliver. E. D. Deggs, clerk
action of the democratic voters of executive committee on or before i inspectors;
I ht-i friends of Henry l.ellingerau- county
Precinct Xo. 13J. G. White, Sr.
uice linnas a candidate for Tax the whole county at the primary the noon hour 12 m., on the 2Hhj I .\. A. Fisher inspectors; J. Emmt'tt First National Bank
< il "'tor tlf E-cambia: county, sub- July 15; and ask for him the support i day of June A. D. 1902. his notice of Wolfe cleik.Precinct ,

t.. the democratic i "Mtnary to be of the voter. candidacy and application in writing i Xo. 14.-Jos. I. Johnson
.,1 July;;, l'02, and rtiuest the --- --- to have his name EO printed upon a I

; ort of all Democrat. For Member Executive Committee. < blank to be furnished by said chair- CaMwell Dave Kugleman, cUrk. inspectors; It. C OF PENSACOLA. FLA. '

--- -- The friends of John Toaart announce manS accompanied with a sum of :
For Member School Board.I Precinct Xo. 13.; -M. P. PalmEs.
him a;; a candidate: for member money, assessed by the committee as <
I friends ofV.. \1 Agerton here- of the County Executive Com follows: I Mansfield Moreno, inspectors; F.1 : tIIfloT11iWM.

.. lunounce his candidacy for the mittee from precinct 12 and ak for Each Candidate! for Tax Collec- I. Whitiup, cleik.Precinct H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT, F. 0. BRENT, 7(. K. HYEB, JL
member of the Xo. lO.-J. G. Howard C.
mation: as :l ,
.1 board from di-trict No. S, the him precinct the votes at the of the primary democrats July 15.of : tor . . . . . .$100.00 Flowers, inspectors; J. W. King. D. 0. BRENT,
; Each Candidate for Tax Asses- |
,i-t to the democratic primary: clerk.
--- -
. . . . . . 75.00;: !
: ''ie> I5thr.w.!' For Member Executive Committee. stir Precinct Xo. 17.-K. A. Kuhen. J. A. j i i

The friend* of Frank HE'illan- Each Candidate for County Hendrix. inspectors:; J. L. floyt clPI k. rml D ad IWic ttagi 1 tagtt t ad It :

For Member Board Public Instruction. nounce him as a candidate: for mem Treasurer . . . . 73.00: Precinct Xo. IS.-John Gibson. H. TEnterkin !

I "lends of Hon. Elij iii Ward !her of the ClH1IEx..cutive Committee Each Candidate for County commissioner inspectors; J. M. Harrisoncleik.

.: :. ii.name: a* a candidate i from I 13 and ak Cur . . . . 10.00 I I .
.. the preoinct (rWe draw our own Billa cf Exchange on Great Britain
.I"l.t '''n as member of I him the Mipport of the democratic Each I Candidate for School j Precinct Xo. 19.-W. H. Trimmer. S Ireland

..' ,j .>f Public In-tructit from 1 voters of the precinct at the primary Board . . . . . 10.0' Terry, Jr., inspectors; F. M. Wood Germany, France, Austria, Italy Holland, Hpaln, Belgium, Knsaia, KOI ,
.,.t.: N... :< of Ecambia county, July 15. ]Each Candidate Justice of Peace 5.00 i iI clerk. way. Bweden, Denmark and other European countries. It ,

:1I' the acti-m of the demo- Each I Candidate for Constable. 5.00j, -Precinct! Xo. 20.-G. W. McCurdy j'

.: 'riiiiirIeJ tily 13.: For Executive Committeeman. Candidate for members of the Executive I Daniel Bowman, inspectors; F.1 trVeigele DlsbursedaponthMoFavorab1e Terms, and the]} ;

I hereby announce myself a* a i iraiiiiidate'for Committee are not required to'' Mayo, clerk. Obligations Taken Payable at Fort of eetiration Ten or Fifteen Dan
For County Commissioner. I member of the C. B. after Vessel Arrives tbert.
County pay any assessment. j PARKHILL ,
by announce mjvelf as a Executive Committee from Precinct As soon after June :24! as possible a.. DAN :MURPHY Chairman I
i tie"for re-elnctioii a< county I j jiMoner I; Thirteen and solicit the support of ;list of all candidates for aho\e-named'' Secretary. 23jtfAh : "*"Safety DepoRit BoxeR for Rent in Connection : '

: from di-trict 2 of E';- > Driix.cratic voter at the coming ,positions( will lie printed in the newspapers with which we have a Priya partxnent for the Ug '!

u county, subject to the action primary. JAMES 1_. :.SWEENEY. ; and the chairman of the committee I' of Ran tan. .
democratic piimanes; July 15, I j jik for each \Dt'If'lIt flI--r .
will give a receipt
the -upport of the voters. I For Executive Committeeman. In Long Island sound not far from -
notice of candidacy received and if
Joux O. WEI. n. I j The friend* of Thus. \V. Kent announce :after the 24th day of June any person the north shore of the island is clearly H HWntlll"

him a* a candidate: for memb claims that his name has been left defined the channel of an ancient river L WE WILL-FURNISH YOUR HOME FR'I !

for County Commissioner. i|' < r of the Democratic Executive I off[ of the list of candidates published As shown liy. the United: States coast
".' I-rank Johu-ou hereby an- Committee (runt precinct 13. subject ]his claim will be rejected unless hr survey, it Is a gurse: baring a depth of -' I I lllnmntiHt "' ;for onr raIAI"fc&nflutue ..... f: :
'nmplf as a candidate for to th* action ot the primary and ask .... READTIIF.I.iTTEK I
I holds a receipt for same trom the about sixty feet below the general floor we "I.Jii iK-amiful premium from nr pttruti u4 '1
for him the of the voter ) we girt fur fc-1 ii irpur .1
coiumisi"ner' ili-f'l -
b Idit
'U! 'iippnrt
as county chairman. of the sound on either tide of it. The \". ,.. .OD.
_ our! \Jarof\ :\.Io .'.d *. v t' .tf... .
!ii-trict four. E-cambia county, Itn I of candidates If a larger number or channel was cut Into the bedrock I "ugl j n I 1 "tCo '
For Member Executive Committee.The gorge I or h"tl> tit I'.rfutlle ttir ,
: the will of the democratic | ... ., -
shall be announced than were contemplated bOl""" t'f f thtiand ,
1:1:i tin- coming primaries He friend* of J..tmeJcHn.th;. an- of giK'i.-.s, the ration of which is i.,nH>tt",..11..0..>.in the b..r.... f-ai '.. 11.,1., ,:
II : when the above assessment was exceedingly sluw. I I I;"......,...i'i'ai a are. I r.lvrR. K'.4iiK I'UA Luie I J
of .
"i-I f->r the rea-on that lieS nouuce hU candidacy member I' u..11..1 oHr teautlfui iirMKr,In. Tu ,
: .. "tlice and thinks he can ,Ih. the CIUlltExecuthe Committee -- 1 i I tvGy 4 1, UK ./-n! wh))iIi9biilT:4: Lui'tbf pWfl -ii
WARNING. : T re a W-rtrtr Illurr M I J
( --* "
It tit to the b..-t I interest* ofj i from precinct U and ask for him the Years of Popularity totlo'i -l.lt a i.auL.fuif,rtcate .l 1 .1'.
of the democrat of the Sixcjr If you have kidney or bladder fl' ./1.1.fo' 1.RP Of.a1. .u.... I. 4 "
friends i
.w 'I!I. county. If his support precinct I 1hu -iple intfret agree with I at the primary July 15. i i" the record of Painkiller ( Perry trouble and do not ue Foley's Kidney I I im vrrv mnrh. p>a""<1 W, .,.1.... uot i'i v .i: u 011''".- I. '" "
ill pUP&flGjer .ok.a !....* C .ta..... \\at.}*.. K;;. irt- 1,.1
will apfreciit*> their ?up- j D ivi*'), but the shops are full of imitations CUT. you will have only yourpff I M:,. :.u: ms.\W d rll. ',:a' trinri ,-u M ..
For Member Executive Committee. to blame for reults, as it poi- SA... .,. II..I.i Mil- .*', In..m- .. i I. |ffrrred ..
m\Je to sell upon the great Co<), rrrrived to-nay. M.i. >tt ntr. are a: we >'. jw a \<-j t.T9lin. -!'
friend ofV.. H. \\'rizht tivtlv cure all form of kidney und .. ...... W .
The announce : :m p. wit' tht:r lamr' > ve I. 0 L e trust jrc a. V.: ri 1
for County Commits oner. hi* candid icy for member of reputation of the genuine : be cau-i: 1 bladder di-el-f'o.: ; W. A. D'AUir- oncb"amp': r.i.. b 4ort \\.!1aendanotttn. \ e al"nr Y'115 day..' ,...... wi
In k f'* tie}" 1 all n.jn trTi p riwt w Ve tu ifliTrr t.e! KIOII aul n 1.\ yr ir
.!iiHiij! of J.V.. Brewton of the Bounty Ex"cutive Committee tiou*, therefore, when you ak for a' berte 121 S Palafox. I BUnduiin. II' Mn. Aj.S a Wl'lil.Intlllt 1 Ufun> layiiiK lu. D..', 4,1.,. 14
X" 5 ai.ti.iunc him as a from precinct 15; ubjecr to the action bottle to see that you get the genu SALVONA SOAP CO. Ccr. 12th i Pine Sts, ST. LOUIS MO.
'.u> '' 'r re-el ction. from said of the democratic primary July ine. An unfailing remedy for Foley's Kidney Cure ,

-abject' : e t.-uou of th" 15, and ak for him the -upport of I -a

K'sJll.V" Id. I i the voter of the prtcinct. coughs, colds, bronchiti j\ nukes kidceys and bladder right. I'


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.4 GRAND RALLY !!i y SaleAT W K II(I) Fed Furnishers for Cash Only!

( Crockery -.- ,, -

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;' At The Opera House July 3Hon. W. B. THE BIG STORE i \, i

: ( PAIRof
Lamar Will Speak. ; I; I di )

'i $10.00 Toilet Sets at $7 00 | j j SHOES for wear when the weather is bad

will save your good ones. That's true economy

Another Rally Will be Held July 14, at Which :: : $ 9.00 Toilet Bets, szd, at $6.50 1:1: I t after all.

Senator Mallory and General Lamar Have ; ; $ 8.50 Toilet Sets srs, at $6.00 :I ...FO R...

Been Invited to Address the People. : Water Sets, 3 pieces, tin, at. $1.00 t (jl I

J ;, ; $10.00 Dinner Sets at $8.00'(i\ : $2.00
! \,
1, I, I at 38c set j I
. I Arrangements] have been completed I II ; 100 sets Cups and Saucers I

'f j I' by the DemocraticLeague of HJ I : 100 sets Plates at 38c set ; j we will sell you a stout, serviceable pair of I

::1 I Escambia county for a grand rally SOCIETY EIIT9 I I I' : snoes, in plain and cap toes, lace or congress

1 at the opera house Thursday ui ht, i 75 sets Water Glasses at 12c set : : |; that are good value at$2.50.

July 3.The. AND PERSONALS 1 :'i. 0 60 sets Water Glasses at 15c set : : I i i iI ___

I will first meet atClutter's N I
= 60 sets Water Glasses at l8c set : I Ask to See This Line of Shoes !
hall, then proceed.Ito the 32SS5HSH5HSES ,
t 1 I ..... --..... ,
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I opera hou-e. i : 50 doz Jelly Glasses at 15c doz.i: ii
Col. Robert A. French H here today I iI
1 Hon. Win. B. Lunar candidate i
shaking hands with his many .( ;I 15 sets Goblets fine, 75c set 'I j !I
f for congress from this district, :and friends. I Ii MEVERSHOECO.

) other prominent speakers will address The Pensacola: Cornet Band will i i 25 sets Goblets at 20c set : :

'tt : the meeting. play at Magnolia Bluff tonight. The I 'I"I) 40 sets Ice Tea Glasses at. 25c set : Feet Furnishers for Cash Only,
t The railroads will give a of train will leave promptly at 8:15 I 1
.t I
. one and one-third fare for the roundtrip p.m. ) I I i02 South Palafox Street.

l from all stations. Miss Lily Erwin, after a pleasantvisit '
Another grand rally will be heldon ; to her friends, the Misses Wood:, : ::1
will leave tomorrow morning for her [ ', ) 'I
the night of July 14, at which ) u. _

Senator Wm. B. Lamar Stephen and K,other Mallory prominent, Gen. with home Mr. at the L.DeFuniak T.German-American Hemphill Springs., associated Lumber I;:II' .::1 iUillittiu) Ioljn0ott 1 & ioiu I : II /i'' 1 J. M. FOLKMAN

speakers have beeu invited to speak. Company at Millville, is in the i :'I (( JI ) ** Contractor for Decorating ..*

city today on his way to Milton. I ( ::::::::::-: --- Call Cp Phone 313 or Drop a Postal Carl

BULKHEADINC AT Surgeon J. W. Rosa and wife ar-I.j I. All Work C. O. D. and Guaranteed.

rived here yesterday Dr. Ross will: YIYERS I VOTES AGAINST MILCH COWS FOR SALE Corner Baylen and Government 8ireeK' '
be the
THE NEW WHARF again on duty at navy yard, .
where he has a host of warm friends. FREE SCHOOL BOOKS OR EXCHANGE \ One Block West of Hostofflce,Right on the B- ,c .

J. V. Reed and J. B. Gerald of Atlanta j DRY CATTLECall
Thn morning a corps of stonemasons are at the Merchants: hotel today '!
'I Senate Bill No. 132: A Bill to be .
Mr. Gerald is the district DEALER IN
: and assistants: was sent to I sup- schoolbooks at ids West Chase street and
) entitled "An Act to provide for
erintendent of the White Sewing I :
f Commandaneia wharf by the rail- make your choice. /r We have Hau.; ".
Machine Co.'s bU iaeH. i in the counties of this State." 16jlOt GEO. W. TUKTOX, JR. ""TALL PAPER !, from the Lar," .' ,
road company to begin the buildingof ( Manufacturer- _
Messrs. W. J. Williams, Jr., H. M. i i The bill passed the senate by a voteif .. .
solid stone bulkhead at the wet ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT the United! '
Jernigat, Misses Mary Ellis and c 17 to 11, Mr. Myers voting againstt. 4
N Feather 15c
end of the new building being
I Millie made the from
Anglen trip : i iI (Senate Journal, Page 611.) ------ Dining Room Tapestry, $1.50 per ro:
erected Oll that dock for u-.e by the I Milton to our city and return on the ,
;1 BTEEDMAN Band en- Call Up Phone No. 35*.
offices. steamer Okaloosa today. Happy lime in Old Town.
Gulf Transit Company as titles you to something. Call .

The men went to work with a will Rev. F. M. Turner has returned "We felt very happy," writes R. for STEEDMAN CIGAR.

and within two hours had the place from filling his Alabama appointments i, :s*. Bevill, Old Town, Va., "when
acd will iucklen's: Arnica Salve wholly Ball keen
* cleared away and some of the large preach at Salvation Bearing, cut
Army hall at S o'clock tonight. The ured:: our daughter of a bad case of ting Lawn Alowers, at the
ballast stones in position. public is invited to hear him. cald; head." It delights all who Willis Hardware Co's.WWNNrW'r1.
This job is not included in the use it for Cuts, Corn*, Bruises, Ulcers -
F. B. Bricken J. of
and R. Horn
contract for building the office, and :: ,Eruptions. Infallible for Piles.
Luverne, Ala., arrived at the Merchants ,
)nly 25c. at W. A.
none were more surprised than the
evening. They went up I
drug store, 121 Houth Palafox.
wharf employes when the force the P. & A. division as far as Holt ------ -- BARGAINS $

came there today. this morning to look over some property CONCERT AND DANCE AT
they intend purchasing. MAGNOLIA BLUFF THUttS-
bulkhead will be built far
up AT 8. 8:30
enough as not to be submerged by Mr. Edgar F. Walker died yester- AND] 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS
day morning at 1 o'clock at Somerville J VT! II :5t). TICKETS 25: CENTS.
the highest tide water, thereby furnishing -
,Tenn. Mr. Walker was well- ; \.T DEPOT. I
the best of protection to the
known to many of the old resident :
foundation of the building, which of Pensacola, having been located Lay thedust. rOltCan buy

extends somewhat into the water at here from 75 to 1>S1, as: manager; of j!garden hose at the Willis EVERY DAY

even low tides. the Western Union telegraph cilice, .Hardware Co's.
--- -- and was well liked by all,\because of ---- --
his obliging and courteous ways. '' CONCERT AND DANCE AT

L & N. SURVEYORSAT He leaves a wife and four children. MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY
Mr. Walker was a brother-in-law ofMr. i 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT I

WORK TO-DAY and Mrs. H. S. White. 1 \DEPOT.[.1:50. TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT Comprise all the Up-to- i 0-A.T-0

Date Dishes the Mar-
Garden hose at the Willis
kets of the World
Hardware Co's. Afford. I
A number of surveyor for the L. --

& N. railroad! bavebe\ *n on the water

front property of the company forth SHIPPING PAPER ASK YOUR GROCER FORThe Ladies' Private I L. FRIEDMAN & OO'SIf

pat: two day, taking; and in ark- I I MILL MACHINERY II

lug out the wharf HUP. and correcting Dining Parlor.** (a

disputed bound. ries of the recently / l i, I 11:1ti ;:

acquired: property. The surveyors Notwithstanding; strenuous de- "
h are employed iflgularly by nials to the contrary of local mana- Regular Dinner Daily.Short .

the company, and are certainly gers and projectors, ever indication i ii
1' i
amour; the most reticent of men.' points: out that the paper mill plant Orders Promptly

Tlu-s is the second time they have is to be operated in Texas, and thata Filled. Night or Day
', I
surveyed or. the Comunudanm sale of the property la; been V

wharf property. made, the consideration being If It'a$ometbln?( ooa to Eat MmMwmAwMEUX'S
-- -- you wish,you'll find It al Y
$l ,O\\
: M MMK.i FKOI.IO. .
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The gentlemen do not give any $ Nick Apostle's

(;.'1 Heady Mow. good reason why they will not admit
Popular Restaurant.
Give the brain and body food dur- this deal hbE'en made: but the ASlKPUAWIfffCWlPBlPASWiOIITMTCANBEUSEDWfTriOUTCOOKlNQ !

ing the summer that does not overtax transfer is on record at the court Y2jtJiJltfi/3l
the stomach and be.it: thw body. etnun AAO eivts nancsTHt couAs nmsxo cum sniHTs AD9EAAAA*"g OTHER of AEI MWM ti
rmtNuts- ;, is; a crisp.' daintv and I
delicious food:selected parts of the : Daily shipments of machinery are 1 t ,
t+ grain treated by heat, moi-ture and 1 i School of Shorthand, Typewriting and Literature.
being made to Texas, and this .
time to slowly and perfectly developthe morning GRAND I Now is i the time to enter school and prepare for a lucrative poaitu ., '
diastase from the gram and : two car laden with boilers and i, vacation. Night and day sessions
transform the starch into crape: sugar -!
in the most perfect manner; the fixtures, were brought; up on the 4th of July PicnicAND -
small particles of phosphate of potash dummy line and will be turned over THE SANTA KOSABATHING GRAND EXCURSION.To
found in certain parts of the cereals .
are retained and th
vitalize and nourish the body, brain plant is being dismantled, and the Best Laundry Starchon
Market. Bathing in the warm gulf waters is
the I
and nerve centers.In I I CELEBRATIONAT
its predigestedform.it; furnisher material being placed on cars and conceeded to be the finest in the
world. EverythIn for pleasure with
the necessary strength and energyin sent west as fast as possible. BOILING NECESSARY.The
NO safety. Good board and lodging,
an easy way for the system to absorb __ _u by
the week. Luncheon
day or
without undue exertion and removes promptly -
the general feeling; of heaviness only Starch Manufactured Magnolia BluffBY served at all hours, day or night.
CHARLES H. BI-RTON, and New Orleans,
usual to hotweather.GrapeNuts and cream, a little in the South THE 2m-tf Manager. July nth, leaving Union 'DC','"'.

fruit and possibly an egg or two Help Build up a Monda morning at 11:30 o :k
suit the taste, is an ideal PICNIC china I sharp. rare for round trip 'f
cooked to Elegant closets
breakfast and will fully sustain the i K. I. K"MYSTIC Mobile, n.6to New Orleans, J.Ill'
i sideboards and From Cantonment : *
boJy until the noon day meal. Delicious SOUTHERN INDUSTRY. leather- and Century saS'
as Pen acola. will be
desserts for luncheon and ASSOCIATION.Watch seat chairs at Marston A special rate
The annual picnic of the German- $ made from Milton to Pensacola tl<

supper have flavor can be all quickly their own made from and the Lutheran church is being held today for Grand Street Paradeat Quina'S' Low prices; easy connect with this excursion. Illuming : -
leave New Orleans Wedae'sday
peculiar, mild but. satisfying sweetof at Magnolia Bluff, and is patronized 10 a. m. payments.MEAT morning at 11:30 o'clockaai:
the grape sugar.GrapeNuts See Posters Full .+
for Details.A Mobile
will save the heat of by a great crowd, who left the city by buying & MALT has a marvelous o'clock.Wednesday afternoon
Savp Coffee and refreihmet-3
of Mnnpv handsome will be
the exertion prize given to
and preparlug
cooking this II
morning at 11 o'clock
food; will make you feel intern... on special your furniture the lady selling the greatest dietetic value. While refreshingand will be served on train returning
cooler and fit trains, carrying with them number of tickets. Purchase tickets at ticket office.
ally ten degrees you great. at Marston $ Quina's pleasant to take, it helps assimI- For further information apply n

for may the enjoy summer's the full heat pleasured so that of you the :, hampers filled with viands of the Great Furniture Emporium Admission, including fare, 35c; lation of food. Sold byDANNHEIS8ER ROBT. KING or

1 ,, season. I. most tempting nature imaginable. Children 25c. BROS. j I I Excursion P. THOMAS Managers., i