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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: July 10, 1902
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VOL. 37. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA THURSDAY AFTERNOON:: JULY 10,1902 NO 44 i


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-f filLfSTRIGKEN I RAGING TORRENTSARE I''TO SURPRESS i:I GOVERNOR TAFT'S I I:



RIVERS OF IOWA ALL GAMBLING "


MURDER AND TRAGEDY !I II I MISSION DEFEATED ':


STATE THREATENED WITH DISASTROUS A MASS MEETING IS HELD IN I,


.- I OVERFLOWS. COLUMBIA, S. C.

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One: Is Murdered, Storm Kills Two' --- Difference of Opinion Causes Very

Special to The Daily News: Special to The Daily News. "j

Others. Des Moines, Iowa July !9.-The Rood Columbia. S. C.. July 9.-A mass Stormy Scene.

situation in Iowa is more serious thanat meeting was held at the opera house I :

for the purpose of taking some definite I
any time in ten jears. The Des
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--- ---- II I Moines, Iowa, Raccoon, Cedar and action for the suppression of the gal -- -- ',t
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t ::. News: II I Skunk rivers are from 7 to 13;; feet bling evil! The meeting was largely ', J'
to the Sw

.1, a result of the FROM POSSE i abothe lowlands are low submerged.water mark, and tha sentative.attended and was thoroughly repre special Home, July 10.! -It became known I 1! BRITISH HAVETROUBLE

u L. U prevailed south After speeches by several prominent' ,
.. i a. Minn., Saturday: : : 'I Hundreds have been made homeless. citizens, resolutions were adopted calling today that at the meeting; of the I
have ai- .
In Des Moines 211I persons
.:.uu;) 01ndrew I5ish FLIES the council and hoard cardinals 1
TRACEY ready been forced to abandon their upon mayor to prepare an anwer to WITH
.. a o:,a< e of a moment of police commissioners of this cityto
loss of
homes and have suffered the Governor Taft's proposal regarding
.11 u< ount of tragic i, gamblers and gamblingof .
---- horses, cattle and hogs. Truck gardeners suppress i I
umily.it have suffered. every form. the sale of the Friars' land in the NATIVE CHIEFS
June Philip Bishman. Special to The New'a. I A committee of five was appointed I
of the !
the central part
Tracoy. Throughout Philippines,the difference of opinion
9.
murdered in the town Seattle Wash. July -Harry for to present these resolutions to council
continuous rain has fallen
state --
the fugitive convict outlaw has. over 24 hours. The rivers are rising at its next meeting and to present la so strong that a very stormy meeting
it the horn place 4 miles for the fourth time since his arrivalat copies tj the board of police commis Special to The N eW9.
rapidly and filling with driftwood. Levees ensued in which Cardinal Htein-
was Joint the usualn Meadow Point, escaped from the officers sioners.
in Des Moines are weakening, andif Pretoria July Uneasiness li
> the place when the euber vigorously opposed the plans:
; ,-m Saturday evening. Tracey was definitely located in a break occurs hundreds of acres of felt here regarding the attitude of

-'her> Adam, Jr.. hU Charles Gorrell's home, 1 mile north of'' resident property will be flooded. TWO DIE of Cardinals Rarnpollo, Ktrasito and I the Basutas. In consequence of
i From Atlantic the report that
comes
'. Isr-nton, at 2 o'clock yesterday after
hired:
the men were
Inundated Vannelli to concede to Governor supposed treachery during the war,
the west half of Extra is I
At 4:43;; cIo k Sheriff
.if the large barn at noon. o + Deputy -
n:ng when the storm Cook arrived with a part of the and that Darytown is in a similar ON SAME SCAFFOLD Taft's demands that the Friars Joel, one of the prominent chiefs of

.. .. posse and advanced up the track towards condition. Onawa has experienced a the Hasutas, has been summoned to
withdraw from the and
I rain almost amounting to a cloudburst Philippines
Gorrell's home. stoodin
asunder and the Tracey
MI i Naseru.tbe capital of the Basutaland
1,11! machinery and the rear of the premises and overheard as a consequence of which Special to The Daily News. ultimately succeeded gaining a
conversation between of trains can neither enter nor leava military district, to stand trial on
a ( one
upper floor of the Sioux City from the south. At Mar Salisbury'. N. C.. July !9.-Arch Con- majority against the expulsion of the
v-d into the basj1 -: the women Inmates of the house and the charge of high treason. '
shalltown the Iowa river has reached ley and Dick Fleming were hanged;
1 1-.,' the women i two young man from Benton and the Friars. chief of the
Paranoung
Lerethodi
its highest point, and numerous wash. in Salisbury yesterday The trap was '
convict the brush and
plunged into
.'' tie aurt aced Adam from, Jr his, was lost to vi w."ht'n Tracey disappeared outs have delayed trains on the Northwestern i, sprung at 10.34: : o'clock! and both men's The anti-ireland party consider is likely to support Joel in event the

from the Gorrell home the and Great \Yestern. The Des necks were broken. Both men were this a defeat for Governor Taft'smision latter refuses to obey the summons.
t Moines river i& riding 2 inches an pronounced dead at 11:04.
'ipanU were rrs bloodhounds were hastily brought up Troops have been dispatched to
hour. Cor.I"y. who was an Indian was to the Vatican.
from the rear and turned loose on the
.' "u only after long \ Many are being reIDo'eJtrom hanged for the murder of a young the frontier.
persons -
neighbors. hot ant Bath doss struck the trail __
here last November.
their homes small boats. Similar negro
down the stream following it for in
.. and six head a
I rescues: are reported at Marshall- Fleming was hanged for committinga DES MOINES IN
fiiiartir of a mile and rrobsing the
-'1 lulled. The rest
criminal assault in this county last MANGLED
town, and elsewhere. At noon the
track only to double back and
swim 1\
"iiht shelter in the
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< He confessed to his crime
Des :Moines river was 16Vis feet above February.
*. ." nnharmeded the riv.-r. I low water mark. on thr- scaffold, but exonerated Rich! DANGER OF A FLOOD
Half way between Cedar river and
destruction In
'I. : ,_ t I Blantun. who was also to have been i
fiiirroiifis boat house both dos ran BY TRAINspecial
t .< 'a A* vet reported nu hanged at the same time for the same i,

'y urr d. Into Cayenne pepper sprinkled into I MAY REFUSE crime, but who was granted a two I Special to The Daily Nevs.Des .
the outlaw's retreating footsteps. Their
r i -' ll\ \ -"ar\r\ weeks' respite by Governor Aycock.

.' '.' Jr.im 'lift ivKt"-: were filled with the fiery sao-: Moines, Ia., July 10 --The Des tIThe New .
a
'" t'irr,< : ,\&w. Moines river, after reaching the Atlanta. July 9ViIh4i Turner,
aR .' :: ," :n rli-vir.:i ? the dogs so that they i TO MAKE
fvil1 d';.i.r.: ue their powers of smf"p '\. -- high-water mark of B92! broke an emplo of the National Furniture

..,. ii ADARING company, was struck and killed ban /
j < l t i Josperation, Tracey headei through the levee early today, on
Special! to The News
Southern railroad
outgoing
i
CLASSES R BARGETURNS I TRIP"H passer.-
due t"rtlnd' plunged; into the outskirts I
the north side of the town, flooding
i New York July 9.-There was considerable : ger train just beyond the Bellwood avenue
I : if the lake, where he finally : '
I speculation in the house ol 'a large portion of the residential crossing this morning. Turner
office.'d 'd I iu casting the scent. itwas 'I'
TURTLE, commons I lobby with regard to J. P. !lived at C7 Bell wood avenue, only
then dark! and the I g; rd returned section of the city. Many of the
Morgan's offer to the British admiral. Special to The Daily Nevis.New : I about a block from where be met hU
--- ta Benton with the dogs. families had removed last
to
ty. cables the London correspondent ol York. Ju.19.: .-In a 3S-foo: night a death. He had just kissed his wifegoodby

'i v :.V.\\ s. The Tribune. Mr. Arnold Forester launch christened A. A. Low after more secure portion of the city. and was on his way to work

\ -A largi' tank DEATH OF : stated definitely that Mr. Morgan hid: the mayor's father and accompaniedonly Two of the Hock Island ea bound when the engine struck him. The

't'" douater Oil i offered to place certain British shipsin man was either walking down or diagonally
his
com i by 16-year-old son. Captain trains are tied where
the shipping combination at the dU, passenger up across the tracks. The train
N' J has
turned Henry Newman, a well known NewEngland
i :vt-r. ippnRitt the JUDGE MARVIN : posal of the admiralty for the next 50 boatman will today sail for the tracks are covered with water. approached from behind him and he

5' t' '."in street B" ,i -- I years but he declined to comninnica'2 Southampton Kngland. So daring is Trains ou the other railroads, though evidently did not hear It, though the
,0 barrels of molasses j the details to the house. :Mr. Pierce, whistle blew Just before the crossing
nautical
the trip regarded by men. that late, keep in motion.
'n tV! waters of then :Sp:< dal! to The Daily News: I when questioned the other day on this: officers of the navy )'ard.'herl." the was reached. The body was greatly
I by the steamship subsidies cou- The dam of the Des Moines river mangled both arms and the back being -
.. topic
on the boat bare.tt SyianiM- Y.. July 9.-Judge; William launch ;:8 tied up declared they would
f mlttee simply shrugged his shoulders, is weakening, and if it washes out broken, and the head dreadfully
"ir hv.-.. II : Marv.n: died at his home in Skaaattle.s rather rake their chances in a goolsea
.. but it Is clear from the admiralty secretary's I cut Death must have been instaataneous. -
:nte filled with m this morning;, aged 94 years. He fight! than aboard of her on the i the entire city will be in danger, also

iThof a West Indian was United States district statement that the propositionis broad Atlantic Kerosene will furnis.i: I .
i
appoint.; i the railroad bridges, the crops in the
now under consideration and as :t
sea of the lighter President the motive power for thp'oya e
in in 1833
attorney Florida by
'til- rime, when the has not ben promptly declined, some which ii> expected to require 30 days outlying country and the live stock Jennings Makes Appointments.
.
u o"j' over to one .I
: ,1 t-d Stat.'s district ju.lge at Kl'Y'e t that its terms must be of a has made the following civil

us 'o upside lii-t the down men by I'r"slJ..nt'an Buren. He held I tempting nature At the same time, WORTH LITIGATIONIS )| BOER CASUALTIES appointments: I.S.. Futfh. of Webster .

'Ii the tanks sus court at Key Wtat until 1S63. and it i they consider it to be beneath the dignity to be justice of the peace for District

upped: was a, union court with the American T>( the greatest sea power In the f. Sumter county Notaries pub
overboaru: SETTLED OF REGENT WARI
thickly around fid? floating over it, though every attundant i, world to be dependent upon another I lic for the state at large W. C. Pryor.

"i much difficulty! : of the court from district attorney nation for cruisers -- of Marietta; J. A. Pietrial. of Perry; i
I W, H. Slaughter, of Luther John Saw.
the side of th. to crier joined in secession.. A' ;
ter the war President Johnson appomi- Special to The Daily News: i to The Newa ycr, of Key West and S. :M. ScruggJ.
V hauled
were on
n on of the acct ed Judge Marvin provisional governorof BOND COMPANY Greensboro. X: (J., July 9 -Litigation Pretoria, July According to of South Jacksonville J. \%'. Kettles

Florida. After the governmentwas over the will of John M. Worth It.- of Manatee, to he supervisor of regw--

established he was elected to the WINS ITS SUIT volving 1250.000 and over the appllci.tlon an estimate of the Red Cross Identity tration for Manatee county.To .

United States senate but was not allowed ,, for receivership of the Worth Depot, which fulfilled the functions -

SETTLEMENTT to take his seat because negroes Manufacturing company involving of casualty for the Boer forces, Inspect Georgia Fruit

had not been allowed to vote. I $350.000. and three cotton mills, bas Augusta, ('.a., July 9.-G. Harrell: .
Special to The Daily News. the total losses of the Hoer's during Powell #
assistant
Judge Marvin returned to his homeIn been settled before United States District promologlst of the ,
PROBABLY NEARNews ; )hr.tunwry.10.!: ... July !t.-The suit killed agricultural
Skanatele: in 1SG7, where he has Judge Boyd here by the executors I the recent war are 3,700 or department, has arrive !
since lived of Montgomery: county against the FiI of the win sought be broken here from Washington. He will make
: He has written several ; to died from wounds; 3i,0i: made prisoners -
I delity!! and Deposit of Maryland an official tour and
works upon maritime law and npon company paying caveators $111 cash per share Boer Inspection of Geor- ,
The
: theological subjects He was warden ;i as bondsmen of Treasurer Cochran for the 195 shares of stock in the 700 of whom died Rla's! fruit Interests. He selectel: :

of St. James Episcopal church at j for the proceeds of $100,000 of Worth Manufacturing company, bequeathed forces on the field numbered 75,0)0) I Augusta as his starting point. i
!I' t> hoped with bonds has resulted: In I'
] a completer .
Skanateles and deeply interested in in will.PETITION men.
't.e of consumma- for the pond!
I tory company.
church matters. He voted for 1 -
every '
r handlers' strike.arslyz..l Judge Jones rules DEATH
the
j ; on pleadingsi OF -
democratic president from Jackson ta
1 I
railroadsty Cleveland, but bolted Bryan ia IS36.: i: no money actually parsed that FORREHEARING FUGITIVE MURDERER
will be calledtn I the bond is net liable, and the questionwill

not he submitted to a jury at all. MRS. JOHN GOSCROVE .J

laid out by th" SOUTHERN PACIFIC Judge Jones said that he would DENIED STILL AT LARGE "

,!ration t'f'tt"rdd"iltrtit.s I j charge the jury today to find for the -- fIt

to the con company in the sum of S3:, OO held -- h with deepest regret we learn, .
SHOPMEN STRIKE
< <->f the strikes: by the treasurer on the general ac- Special to The Daily News I I special to The News
1 i ni; for the pot count The only question now 1 i just as we go to press, of the deathof
I I openI Louisville.' July S-United States i 1i i Seattle, Wah., July 10.-Up to 2
t 'omnuttees from I is the single! one of whether Interest I Mrs. John Co grove at 2 o'clock 1
"i visit the official Special to The Daily News 1 shall be allowed on that sum. District Attorney Hill has received a o'clock this afternoon Harry Tracy,

i'i\.111. It is believe? Houston, T 'x.,' 'July !9.-It Is'an telegram stating that his petition fora the fugitive convict murderer and this afternoon. ;

"'s and the railroad nounced from Southern Pacific headquarters in the of J. M, Me-
j Burnett's Vanilla Extract has outlived rehearing case I desperado, who within the past The funeral arrangements will be ;11
'. that effort will be madeto
1 !Iv no
a to
compromises
i criticism. It is the finest and'pnresti Knight, convicted of embezzling the arranged and announced later. .
s th* induce the striking shopmen to re month has killed six men and
wage questionE i'' vanilla extract that can be bought. funds of the defunct German National
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"ar'y! similar. turn to work, but that every effort will'I' wounded several others is still at
be made to put other men in the placesof I j Once tried, always used. bank, of this city, had been denied by Men Will He BOJI. 'e

the men who walked out. The strikers the United State circuit court of ap large. With blood hounds on his In the excitement of a lively exercise :
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I I \\\fon\ |t Furniture, go held a meeting and decided that I MYERS THINKS ANY OLD the peals.judgment The of court the fed recently.ral court reversed here track be Is fleeing through the woods like boat-racing or ball-playing, ;

to PRYUR'b they will\ remain closely at home during northeast of Green Lake. they will strain their muscles and
the strike and that there is to he THING WILL DO THE PEOPLESenate for the third time, and seat the cue home limping and sore. Then go
) back for trial they
WATERMELONS AT & new .
no countenance given to rowdyism on Bill 61. A Bill to be en What you par for extracts ia Important are glad they have Perry Davis'

ELl) ICE CO S. the part of sympathizers. but what you get for your Painkiller hand
titled "An Act to compel railroad Two Bottles Cured Him. on to soothe the

companies to construct and provide money is ten times more important. quivering nerves; to penetrate the ;

rant china closets, This weather makes the suitable stational accommodations for "I was troubled with kidney com Burnett'a VaniUa coats! more because muscles with warmth, and healing-
plaint for about two ," writes A. I
; lr > and leather- grass g row. You can buy passengers at the stations on their years worth more.Garden. power. It has relieved the pain of '
t H. Davis of Mt. Sterling, la. "but two I
,
,
:Jr* at Marston $ keen cutting Lawn Mowers: lines of roads." On the passage of two generations of Americans. ,
bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure effecteda
hose at the Willis
: L 'JiI' prices; easy and Grass Shears from the this bill Mr. Myers voted NO. (Senate permanent cure." Sold by W A. Large bottles 25 and 50 cents

'.'. >0 Willis Hardware Co's. Journal 1893). 22june2t D'Alemberte,121 South! Palafoi street. ., Hardware Co's. Try THE NEWS Want Column i

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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA. FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY 10, 1902


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SIE!KBHIPB. I IiAN I tadrrwatrr FrulU. I and POIOSH '/T*CU O Jk
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ROME REFUSES TOSANCTIONMARRIAGE The most conspicuous examples of wercury

;; Despondency plants whose fruits ripen only under 1
) > i I
Ti water are furnished by the species

p Is often only a sympton of dyspepsia I I Vallisneria spiral! plants found most- I ONLY SERVE AS A MASK FOR

OCEAN :i In dyspepsia there is a loss of nutntion ly in the south of Europe, but also CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON
I which is felt by brain as well as body; "
I cultivated elsewhere in aquariums. i! They hide its repulsive form and this disease "
!
< To NLW YORK, BOSTON the mind grows morbid as the body serpent ,
f I'qL ALL X Action of Vatican Creates loses vigor. The male flower is short and insignificant stupefied by these! drugs lies dormant until the effects j _\

t Pierce's I while the female grows on a very I have off is
Decided Sensation. Doctor worn or treatment discontinued when it -
RESORTS LL1 muM
1 EASTERN )t Golden Medical I II long stem of corkscrew shape and Las breaks down the mask and becomes as full of life and venom as eve'

Via CHURCH SCRUPLES PREVAIL I ? Discovery cures something; of the appearance of a I Mercury and Potash may dry up the sores and eruptions, but at the s ".

r* Vm\W V3gV dyspepsia; and of oth.tbe'I II snowdrop. It floats ou the surface of I time they drive the poison back into the blood and system, where it (."t(:

t the water until the fertilization by the tender tissues membranes and
j
Marriage of Mrs. Parkhurst an Amer. stomach and upon nerves, finally breakup out 13
4 OCnAN"sTlAM5r1IP COMPANY associated !
of the pollen is complete. The
means most disgusting sores and even destroying the flesh and bones.
digestion
of '
J LVKATK>- M '1I\IINI\ I ican, to Prince Rospigliosi Leads Up : organs and nutri-- spiral then contracts, and the fruit is' Mercury and Potash cannot accomplish a radical and permanent
Breezes I -
3O Hour ot Ocean each WeeK ,f to an Incident which May Have Important tion. It enables) withdrawn under the water to ripen. j They have a palliative but not curative effect upon this treacherous <;: 1

Sailing J I Developments. .:the proper nutri- I Notable specimens of underwater ripening j like disease. These drugs produce mercurial Rheumatism, tler-tmv T

3 from Savannah. Ga. I 'tion of the body in England are furnished by teeth and corrode the membranes of the stomach and bowels causing uifi .

ifl.ltiS I 9.A sensation! and restores men bladderworts and a species of vallis- mation and dyspepsia nervousness and .
; ;,. MranI, IM nf !t.I. l'o"l I.lno'- Rome July great general derangement of ther.t -
.
;( .,dP.l1I'..IIPI.1.I I JIP. ....fYI.it-iMiirn..O \*\1'10.11111"$II,,.''1.'''''$.|lrlc n..r J I has been caused here by the action of tal well cheerfulness as aeria known popularly as the "water S. S. S. is a Specific for Contagious Blood Poison and the only aiu *

., ,...,.."to Ir' o nil!J !H4.11...", I'otMK lynijili 'II. as physical t tI soldier." Of marine plants certain varieties for the peculiar virus that spreads so quickly throughout the '
.v .. ,,.., ..... .i"la bot.rufI the Vatican authorities toward the strength. su..
1 rt I I ,
I
i r.. ... I.. ". ,... 'in I of seaweed, notably the red, corrupting the blood and infecting every organ and fibre of the todx

you-...... .........0.... AOIi.NIa. ..- J. Princess Joseph RospilgiosI, an Amer- I I suffered For about from two a Yf'an very .: also ripeu under water. Pearson's S. S. S. destroys the serpent and (;.m'n _
\ EC A.... To lean. Her husband Is head of an obstinate case of d'.... Weekly. I J
I I ........ '-110111. 'cl.. ........ hi 5 I pep'.ia" writes R. "E.Secord _ Ji I every atom of poison from the blood it m.. (
,. ""4.fl.Tl-lH tf.. r......... t,.. ancient family of clerical nobility ani of thorough and radical cure of the disease. :
:1 .......... .., .......1 A..I.J... _..III..tI. J EaUern Ave E-sj., 13 The I.nir.nronl of :\'apl.... .in .l'
Toronto. ,
I time builds
"') his brother is commandant of the paoal tried same up the general health > s
IJ OntAno.WI a
Jf.IJ A there SO.UUO "Iazlaroni"
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I century ago Wire
noble guard.On great number of remedies contains no minerals of any kind, but is a': ..
,..- without .uCttfoi'l in :\3plt'9.t'ltllf'r diseasenor vegetable remedy and we offer $1,000 for proof: to the contrary. *
August 26. 1'JOl Prince Rospi I finally lost want has diiuinifluil their number.
CKNKKAh KltKNCH SCHEDULE: them aft. I was !so Write us about your case and our physicians will chmfulj!\ ..
gliosi married Mrs. Marie JenningsReid that I could not Their children die at n fearful rate "
i gone without charge. Our home treatment book will be sent free ti.,< i.. ..
Following I is the schedule of the Parkhurst of Washington the divorced bear any solid food on but there are many hospitals for thesurvivors desire it. 0
my stomach for a lone I THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, Atlanta, Ga.
government steamer General French wife of Frederick H. Parkhurst time, foil mtlaufkalfand : : ami neither lH>ard nor lodgiajr -I

which THE NEWS prints; for the of Bangor. Me. The ceremony,> nut s'.tep dr-frtvfd.nor follow Could I costs tl"m much wlwn. at a niu- < -

benefit of the merchants who ship civil and hence was not recognize my occupation. Some tore aw.: they are turned loose into i Sound kidneys are safeguards of 'I I Rubber hose, all 81 :e.vap
their goods to the various army1o1t fniir months ago a the world to btH-ome lazzaronl in their :life. Make the kidneys healthy with
by the Vatican. Princess Rospigliosi, friend recommendedyour : the Willis Hardware '
": Golden Medicali turn like tlu-ir unknown fathers andmothers. I .Foley's Kidney Cure Sold byV.. A. ( 0. \>.

Jise. tVn.&col" ... ... .. 7:00a.m.: who :s now on the point of confinement hscovery.' After a D'Alemberte, 121::! South Palafox strl'.1
1 .ill ---- ---- --- PynBaI8ltm Stopstmu.yr.d ..n"t ,
IY'% ilarrauc" : a. m. engaged an English blue sister week s treatment I :
! Lrv... 'Iell..o, .. _. h:00 a. m. had derived so much ""'hat iA a lazznroneV it may lens I npirklj MlLivt lnn minuiio. .. ._ _.
as a nurse and the latter took he.
1.lIarr.ocl' ._. 11:15 a. in. up benefit that I continued -
> k-d. 'olctta.! Le is
= Aworrtinj to a
Lisps fpnuaooU .. u.. .. ..10:15 a. m. I I duities but Cardinal Mact-hi. seen the medicine. Ihve ;: fJfJ1 You will have pridi .
I Arrl%... tlltrrantlU lllu a. m. and thrnnkkri I Ii taken three bottles "..III:; wliu lives how he ran without I dower gardens if they w
tary of apostolic briefs hearing 01
A trip to rort.McKfe and then re- ; and am convincedit working. I I' lit puts his Land to Loni : roulld. Your ,
torn to II"rraocl. I this. forbade the sister to fulfill h.'i ha in my case accomplished Tiis iglatlre is on every box cf tie ge'inre: I II.axnth'c own iiti-b. i
l..a".. H"rr uc.> 1:15; p.m.irkrnn a permanent cure I can conscientionly >t lalnir. he Is !I'I l..nI'r. a lazzarone. j, a home, aud he can Jn. it ; iw
i v..... .' li.. p. in.Lrni duties but Cardinal Macchi secr recommend it to the thousands of dysprptics It may !I"' d<>ul>t ?.nxarola 4::>ip. m. The throughout the landAccept the remedy that cold la lav. .
riage was nnn.t\: : tt'nt. piin.-e The carcN a one < | -
t !.ra\... I'ickvnt 5:15: p. in..r substitute for "fallen Medical zuroniwill ever Income \tiu-t. II Every woman waiiti ::1. <
.It
A rru'..* k.r"ID" Sum p. m. and ruaku I. was furious. and exerted all his infill no '' is ''rvsanitation": x-ln-nn' will not (.u"t 1 own:and if she wiii :..avi :;iik w
.! trip to :Mcltrv and rttuni.On to the of th-. Discovery. There nothing "justas I I Thus.
ences overcome scruples Watson
Wedne-dtyaiidSaturdays the good for diseases of the stomach Jim ncr: make\ him change his habits MIDWIKKliY. I & Co.,

r 4 boat wiH leave "l&arrancas via Pickf church, but without avail. Eventual!) blood and lungs.Dr. lie is moiv than half what his climate I The undersigned take thh method leading Heal Estate A.-' t'; -. .

< for I'l'u.ac..la at (1iJ: ( p. m. II{' was obliged to send to Euglaiui! Pierce's Pleasant Pellets stimulatethe makes Lim.-National lie-view. If offHriua; her services a< a i I! can show her how eait 11ne. :

The Ueneral French i is for army for a nurse. The incident is expecfd liver." Qrit-cli'JS; licensed midwife having .

urpu"">4 only and any outsider must to lu.ve important developments. I .i had 35; year* experience..1 I
: 1 the I Can give best of refereuces frbm j Buy a new garden ir \', ;
l1a"" a pafrom quartermaster I When the news of the marriage \_f The Same Old Story.
a take pa "ure 01 her. i Mrs. Parkhurst to Prince Itohpigliobirea I GLOOMY OUTLOOK FOR CROPS.So r J. A. Kelly relates an I'xIH'rif"nN !leading physician of this, city.JlKS. from the Willis ]IllrdU'u-

M. OlDJIK.NS, .
iI : similar to that which has liapp<>in !
< hed the United States it was assorted
I Declares Captain J. P. Williams in almost every nfjshborliood in ti": jltf 114 South De\'i1Iierill-'t. Company. :
that at first Vatican >
the. n -
STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE ; of Southwest Georgia. United States and tins own tol l all'(

fused to bamtion the marriage b.- I :Savannah:: Ga., July It.Captain J re-toM by thot ,.ands of others. Hr

C.IIISI' Mrs. Parkhurst was a divorce! Williams has retuinid from a trill says: "Last summer I had an attack DR. MOFFETT'STHILJPJDERS
!!('!\\ernKIIII 'iiKai-nln. and Milton-Itnat i as'the
woman but that prince ,
to southwest Georgia, where lie spentseveral
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.. Daily ..:\I'f'pt !>I 111111 a)'. i j thf should be his wife. with or without [ I Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and
days! in the interest of his firi.iand ,
the consent of the church, sanction Diarrhoea Hpmetlwllkh I used according -
"cIi.OF TAMPA.
,I looking o\vr his railway, the: Gt'or'l to directions and with entirelysatisfactory.jresults. !
gin
was finally n.
Florida and Alabama. H"
gia.
LT Milton ".I'ani t.vlVn'.acula.liSilpm I The trouble was
Mrs. Parkhurst is granddaughterof
Ar IVDtaooU.V: J'HIII Ar Mlllou :i1pIuI a ; : conditions carefully during his stay. controlled much quicker than former

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-- .- -... ------- the American prlvattn-r Brigadier crops are not encouraging. i I Mr. Keely is a well-known citizen of } I Geneial Armstrong' iu the bateof : Henderson, N. C. For sale by all *.... W.ri7/r.f Arkanlll MsthediI Corferenee.wrtes:) nr'St'd Ii and ce"t f..r.h S pieai .., lr
1.,.."* I "In southwest Georgia. said Ir.1 tWOjl5.k44I ol"TKETHISA: We iromlcr bow we ba.eru..dcb ,dr."i m ItS .1 iL Th thr<>*J a I"<11
GIANT GEYSER FORMED. Fayal in the war of 1S12. On hermotliers druggists and medicine dealers. MBnftnluik .-e and it earnest* must op|"irnnebm':our babe..is inion o':' ';b t>
I Williams, "the corn crops are the )poorest been in l>a<1 con-litinn for dav.and nothing thai _e rave di t any go ,1; the s. oil C T" i>t irtKTHIVt .tprfert
side she is descended from I ever saw. Throughout; the section ; relict an,10..hat had no Iurthrr trouble Other member of the f jm.7 loA'. usf4 it a .1" crjt &

Sends Column of Water To Height of II the Rowland family. Ten years ao i I know that there must be thou Foley's Honey and Tar letn a perfect sacctfs.

Fifty Feet. she nwt Mr. Parkhurst. who is a member ,' lloyouluh to inakf n unit ,"I I
sands of acres that will not yield a cures coldsprevents pneumonl&IF
Pan FranHsco. July :y.-Near Salina j of the Maine legislature, and of --- ? and GIRLS T!I inont-y duilng par moint-ut
bushel to the Besides bein.
acre. : : ? do ,
to. >ou can readily M) by ">
Cruion tlie Pacific side of the itsh- :; Governor Hil 's staff with the rank ot I should that the cotton 11111 our "Bluei"e." 1J per (fat, commission on all mlc An indi pcrtMihle anu- .
very poor say .
mUll cf Tfhnant-Iec. a giant geyser I colonel. The couple were: married : YOU ARE hous-Iinli.-. -:rer.v lady ibUt-llglitt-d 'VI bin luCy fe it. (ne tbn-t inakrt Iii.I ,
; i crop is at least 3u or 4n per tent b... Klut-nitrr you ever used in Ilie wa-li. Write today before your territory l' takenboineonc
r has lirok! -n out as the result of heavy and lived happily for a time in Ran- this tim. j-l.r. and we will tt-ud by return mail one dozen pnrkngr hind what it last at
was
" I vur com.: ,
For the lack of rain both corn and blon. lmouotdelaybutrIteatonce
MIICI- April IS! last. I years ago they became estranged and cotton are literally burned up. and II .\lltIrp..GIt1.Iol.1,1l.HIIoG: : ( (>.. I)fl>t. C IS. I.i !I.. I'liila. I'aBOYS

The iiiliimn of water rising to a Colonel Parkhurst sued for a divorce. I 4
I t.f'hbt nf about ;.O feet roars anil The divorce was granted and :Mrs. think the crops present the most distressing For the next ten days I will sell :

t I IIIH..:; from among the rocks and iian I' Parkhurst left the city. At liar Harbor 1 j I years.: sight I have witnessed fo' you any article now in flock at a'I' ROYAL STANDARD \\VIIISIEY] { ;

'; ulij'Tt of Rieat interest to the r* o- i Prince in .
she met Joseph, who fell
"Then" is no hope for ihr corn crop discount of 'Jo per cent from the reir-

lie M an,111I 1 ihlt-: from"ajsmj1'81'15 the sea. It being was plainly sean I I In love with her. I to recuperate from the feartul ravages I ular price. Think of it-you will I Years Old in Cases cf f 4 Full Quarts, at sun per cast ii i

of the drought as it is now made: an I save $i) on a diamond ring or pin
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and a 1 nelieve. on the whole. it will show I where at regular price it would cost :
crow of the gteam yacht which has' : I-U: Y i* distilled at the N.-lson Co
n I up at least 4') per cent short. everywhere -, See save 2: cents on J TH'IJ !
Ifai h.1! this |mrt. | Several Buildings in Texas Town Go $100. ; you ) tiaerv, and is fully matured in woo

: The news is lironcht: by thp steamer ] Up in Smoke. I I went I found the falDlI'rs'I'ry I every dollar's worth you buy. Now beiore'bottliiiK. it is ab.wlutt-l''llure and not excelled
blue for they realized! how thin were of the
that affairs in Onatnnala are heeomini; I Ir.ornial Dallas. Tex.. JulFift' on the i is the time to buy your diamonds or i'i quality by any WhNkey same age
i I thtir fhanc.-s of making' any -oit ofa II LO matter where "prod'uced. The Royal Standardis
t again after the scare occasion- : corner of Commerce and Murphy crop now. Among the counties Ivisitel watch or any other article in stock eight years old when bottled, and, considerin

I 4 d hy th- trt'nlt'nllIlIsarth'1uak" .1| streets starting shortly after *'. o'clor':; were :Miller, Randolph Early. I very cheap. Call and examine its excellent quality, i is the cheapest! whiskey u'

The havoc wrought !liY the distill han(-P5 this morning, completely destroyed Stewart. Clay, Terrell and nmH'-. I goods. Remember this oiler i, for the market at that price. A.s a beverage. and II-

will tint interfere with harvesting cf the wholesale drug houses of PattonWorsham i an absolutely pure tiniulant! there is none better
!: only ten days. :'o trouble to show
From here to Tennille. along the Cen in containing no marks wlutevf to
the idinir.g' rrops as at first antici Texas Shipped caes
I company Drug com tral. the crops are good but from Macon I ?oods. J. I. STEPHENS, LLtTh indicate contents. If purchaser upon examining

pated. I I, pany. J.V.. Crowdus Drug company) I don through Houston county ana I 112 South Palafox street the whiskey, is not sati-fied with the quality he

outn Mi'iea m saioon.ChattancHica. : and H. W. Williams! & Co. The along! the line of the Southwestern: I II _ can return the same at our expense aud money
wholesal" paper house of Scarf & The finest line of umbrellas in the will be refunded.
T. : railway they are as poor as I ever:
9. Arthur
-nn. July
O'Connor was badly wrecked and considerable '. ;I city is at J. I. Stephens'. Oo look 1 All orders should be accompanied by eithe
Host- agt-d l' son of 81I'l'rinten.1; saw. I am not a pessimist and I do them. money .order bank draft or .-xpres
at postoflce
damage; was done to the IIGHTYEARSOL currency.
!er.t John Rose of the I ayton mines i I not see things darkly. HS a rule hut ii I money order. We refer to First Nation
Santa Fe depot adjoining.The .
I
van shut and instantly killed at Hugh- this case there is no other way for ra* Cure Bank or any mel chant iu Peusacola.
fire was not controlled until I Foley's Kidney I RD AR
ey'h wltton. I>a>ton. Tenn.. by James ; to see them.
8: IT.. One fireman. Paul 1 :Metcherwas makes kidneys and bkddet rieht.
Turner liartt nder. Young Rose anJ :
'
: I FRIEDMAN
I overcome hy poisonous fumes ol I i S. A. ,
: feme IKHUI companions here were
( on burning drups. He is seriously hurt.. I Two Drowned by Capsizing Boat. i wish the best
a lark. Knti-ring the saloon they bean If you very
Ixmisville. July !9.-An unknown
The loss with reach |:?! :.o.t to $2jiV: l ; FLA.
PEXSACOLA.
A ,: to snia.It th. furniture. when 000: insurance about $175.000.( couple were drowned just below th? ,I ice cream freezer at the l.'ery SOLE PROPRIETOR, :

Turner s>h >tTlie drawbriilpp on Green river near he-e : lowest price, the Willis
I IlUtI V O. HOX 11$. TKLKI'HIJXK: : ; 179
Tralnril Too Hard. ;I'todaThl'." were: following in the1wake ] Hardware Co. can please ( ijrJj I

: uiv.itn.sioo.: : "So Pitzjefflictt failt-d to appear at : cf the steamer Three Hrothers j i

r'ad..r'If\ thi. paper will be the ringside' | and the waves from the boat capsized j; you. -- ta-' handle every class! of I/qnor1 sold r

ic8iI\ to learn that there is at lea-t "Yes. He wis unlit to fight.: Roth the skiff throwing the occupants into I We wil1laa (1ei'; r spreads for I bulk or bottle wholesale or retail at price- t ui

outtlreii'liul ili-eathat -ciencea lungs:; were entirely wntkiil l>y his efforts -:I the river. !! 15 cents each and make them look tajjj are way down.

In telling reporters the easy way like uw. Htar Laundry. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
I
I been able to cure in all itta:esiind i Cure-Fo-; ;;
I that icatarrh.. Hull's, Catarrh he was coins to lick the other fellow." 1 A Summer Complaint. 13ALICKE

Curt* N tli* niily pnMtive cure now Now York World.No i! Summer:: complaint is unustir4y prevalent .

jtiiown to the medical fraternity among children this season. A fJf & CO.

Catarrh bejn:.: a ('lI".utlltio"a\:- : False Claims. well developed case in the writersfamily i ar -

'. "...-t n-iuire" a i-cn-titutional treatui The proprietors of Foley's Honey was cured las-t week by the nit 8ign tar Si on every box of the g nnine

I <*ut. HaU'I Catarrh Cure is taken and Tar do not advertise this as a timely use of Chamberlain's Colic I I Laxative i Bromo-QuinineTabuu

j Internally. ai'tinir I ; ilirectly upon theMIMH "sure cure for consumption." They !Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy-one the remedy ikat core a cold In ODe day Plumbep Gas and Steam Fitter
and\ miRMniurfacej of the ,
do not claim it will cure this dread I of the l lest patent" medicines manufactured --- -- -- ,

.yat<*lii. then-by de-troyinprthe; fouiidatjon '; complaint in advanced cases but dc and which is always kept on Water coolers that do not

nf the J li.atmd jrivin? the positively assert that it will cure in hand at the home of ye scribe. Thisis Willis No. i South Palaf% Street.
the
patient I''II-th by..building up the ; the earlier stages and never fails to not intended as a free puff for the waste ice, at All Kinds ot Plumbing and Gas! Fittings Materials Kept on Hand

: coiirtituti-: an.I a- i-ting nature in'' !give comfoit and relief in the worst company. who do not advertise with Hardware Co.'s.FOR .. ." PHnNv. *','; .VdV'7 A "'f..
it. work. The .
doing proprietorsliave cases. Foley's Honey and Tar is us. but to benefit little sufferers; who .
: ..II much faith in it* ('urlt \'eI"w'r"
without doubt the jr"atpst throat and may not be within easy a<-(".>ss of a 'vELILY CIlBDULt
that "tli-r One Hundred I I
they 'I' long remedy. Refuse substitutes physician. No family should be with
:
I I>t>Har< fnr any ca-e that it fails to STEAM DIVISION .A. M.AveryhL'E5iR
l Sold by \\'. A. D'Alt mbvrte, 121: South; out a bottlp of this medicine in the"
cur**. >etul 1 for \II-t nf testimonialsAddre
I Palafox street.Pocket house specially in summer time.Lansing. .- PKN8 \COIA ELEC'I1tICTEIhMIN.lt.iILWAY A
I -*. F. J.l'IIt-t\- Cn..
-- Iowa Journal. For sale by WOOLFOLK
-- f'i AVERY:
l"O.Lr".IJ COMPANY.
all iliiigsisis and! medicine calers.!
1 !by_Druirjrist; *. 75c. i cutlery and scis Trellis leave feoiacola for the! Lit IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

1 judge banitord Suicides.RotKpoit. sors from the nest to the B*you. tug nayou.! Warrlnl\toD.\ :-On, Yar.

: K> .. July! !:1.--.111111:0-' ?ani is thewell' and Fort Barrancas It
at the Willis
cheapest 11th Home
Happy arrive at Kort K rranca f:10 a.IID'OO HARDWARE.
l" m.
ford. 'Hit of I htl t Known ( .t 1)- )I-HO a. .
Hardware Co.BANwtK a. m.arrl e al Fort Barrancai 10: a.n
cf KiM-kpon.! ha.. cnmmitted 1I"o; i lUp.ifl.Irr1Ve1t Fort Barraneai ltipn

,.. furnished home. Marstonfy : arrive at Fort Barrancai ':16 p L:
XO m.
at hs room in the hot *l here by .h !: p.
Saw Mill and SteimboatSopplie
thovf N.
::15D.m.arrlTeatKortBarraccai 7wp t Iron XaiK Axes. :
Ir.e himself! : In the heaJ with a r"\'I IIJ ; SL V E, Quina can supply you 'g'oup.m. arrive at Fort Barraacai 8:66 ;:.v : ?. Cooking and HeatinpStoven, Paint, Oil-

J set. He hud hern in ill health: for a the most healing SSVM In trvt worir* with all needed in the way eola Trains atTlSa leave Fort Barrancai tor Penis Window OIa-s. Ouns. Pistols and Fi-hln Tackle

numbt/r of ye.us. He left a letter a.";' of house furnishings at the m. arrive at Hensacola. ._8:00 a. ait i Agate and Tinware aim non ef'urnishilt :; H ott".
dresstd t.his brother. UK hard aw p m. arrive at l'eniacolall ;.n

Fanifo.d (.f Thin 111'-\ TI'\ Judgt; San: CASTOR low''fist prices cash or credit.MR %:00 p. m. arrive at Fensacola !:5 p... I FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COM PAN Y1JJ
.
j-iio p m arrive at f entacola ...._ IM p n fC'AUENS
ford was T.2 year. of aee. For Infants and Children. - -. 7:91 p. 111. arrive at Pensacola... ... T: ftp.U Revere Giant Htitched Belting, Northampton Ktnry
CHICHESTER'S ENGLISHENNYROYAL :.5 p. II). arrive at Pensacola- 811 i D. v Wheel Co.. L ftin &: Rand Powder Co., Johnson's K ilomine. -

Cloudburst in Pennsylvania. The Kind You Have Always BougN PILLS 8aturday.YAKS only FOB WEIK DATS.feniaoola Iron Kiusr and Buck -tons and Ranges. \\w

F.a.on Pa.. Jiy! '.-A rloudhurst! ,.. Coups & ('011 Raw Hide Lace Leather. 1\JaQur> -
Ir'gi..si ir I.nsi.
-V to Fort harrancai and reto re u*
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.Af AEI. ..
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sdi Color
:1 Bears the Jf and I* Made Railroad :
Yard return
In tho upper Ruchkill trlrt of Nortnampton I ri_ .. ('lIIuu.n.k'" t: (,L..t Pen'acola to Navy
_,_ _....., .., peniaooU to Palmetto H"acllind recrt 16SC5DAT -
-I' Hl.U. : GsIJ t.is penaeoJa.F1.
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county !last niaht! did a vast VgII4t\U'tI of -s.. ., ... 1.L........... H,'... tCHIOUOB. : Masonic! Temple.
b.,5 v.- Iiagseu. ............ ...... sad 1.1t.
amount of damage. Only meacer d-- ,1 .. ,, ... .
tAo. y-- "f weather the running o
>0 i I. permit
I fI: J< 'U' .c [ When
< ... .. O. ........1._ T........,...
I xu
tail: are obtainable at this time owtnc \* 1 ff. ".: -OII.r.......JI.......,,... '. .... open conches.L .
to washouts and the destruction of ,.-i-.j.t MYERS VOTES AGAINST Jk *"f'-l >".r.. %Iii_ '<''.-'' ........>,>.< S. iskirlxMrr .: L feasaeola Lv Fort NarcissI _- "" W. B. WRIGHT comPANY{

"'I_ ... ,._ I iOpl krnlr.l'_' (ft 5.ei.I i a. m. 10a.m. ,
graph and telephone lines. CharI s 11 I. m. 11 m

Abfl fsrmer and his! wife I 1 p. m. ip.m (1
a were FREE SCHOOL BOOKS II DKALEB" J>
AND
I I p. m Ip.m. MANTTFACTCKEKS
CURE YOURSELF c
kill "! h\ luhtn'r.cA. ip.m p.m. .\
Senate Bill No. 132: A Bill to bi!! CrRS r nie fr uLn2'tTalLSIIOISsyL I p. m P injp.m :
deEaree.inflamuit :0, e p.mS _- t. LUMBER LATHS
R Bass of Morgactown. ln>!., had entitled "An Act to provide for schoo I 5uisi.4 izr&t.tons r ntLer.n..,st p. 111. IvmPAKI T-- ,
cf on cons mruuran i.
; to pet up ten or twelve times in the books in the counties of this State.', Pewsi,Cat.ijc a.cUii.. and Lot aiiria- 'OK IC9DATt'eoiasoiato

., Right anJ had severe backache and The bill passed the senate by a vot<. 0 rsiv.8Ctu: titfo. bid by poi.onOUI.tmscusATio Drntit.s. 1 Ira aafl rtorc art Harrancai-Kav> ill SA'II Ell GYPRE S i 1NGLES..Klin.rml! !2 2i

in tho kineys.Vas! cur.1 by in f,ni,ooa to Palmetto Btaah uO :
pains
plata ,
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of 17 to 11, Mr. Myers voting againsit t V.8. wrarer __
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Ki Inev C'iro:: i=iM byV A.V' #, y (Irref Freraid. Lr %.D. -- =----a.- PENSACOJ.A.
kmbcrto? 121 :South Palafox stret.Fi'lpv (Senate Journal, Page 611.) '4; .hito.:ui&r tr 3 Isal bcaUe.en.re.eat..75. So freight received after 1:15 ;:. m.; i .




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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY 10. 1902.

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uncl and'weiic out to post it. On the GOLD DUST..

: way she thought of the stock that had I .",... POLITICAL, ANNOUNCEMENTS.

been purchased with Mr. Poabody's ,
OUIKB.CEERSghest "Let
the
COLD DUST twins do your work.
I advice. Then It occurred to her to goo I I

Mr. Peabody, since lie bad been

The III Priced bal the rest :laallt,. I kind to her and tell him what bad I For State Senator. For County Commissioner.

OLD EVr.I\TWHEI\E. J curred. It was shortly before Ol'-I I The friends of Hon. W. A. Bloant I ,
hereby announce myself
as a
him candidate
hereby
announce as a
and she found him at home. | candidate for
-- f.>r State Senator from this, the Second county commissioner
Mr. Peabody had for a long while from
.> Sentence. Senatorial DUtrict, and respectfully ditrict, subject to the action
I 'pr.'sJ', the followi : been a very busy man. He was an at- aek the support of all Democrats of the voters at the ensuing; demo.
tells 1<
II 3 'r A Wall Street '
: uuH-ut made ['y a Story I i torney for corporations, and corpora- for rnrnat the cominc primaryFor cratic primary July 15. : ;
;
tlons had had a great deal for him to D. W. C. YARBROt'OIf.For .
i .-..>re a justice III a 1" :1\
-- do. When Mary came in, he had for- > Representative.The .
< iio. TliUMS was Couaty Commissioner. <
[Original j ,gotten her. She recalled the transac- friends of Scott M. Loftin take .
;j' iiitiff M>'iJit to rein Mary Walker fjme of age in 1S9S.! i tion In stocks, whereupon a light broke fIn this means of announcing him as a The friends of J. B. Roberta! an !

o in a railroad: comof She was heir to a fortune of ?5 >0, on his memory. Mary showed him candidate for Representative in the flounce him as a candidate for reelection I ;
...: a C i>\\'. Inuiiig Legislature from Escambia as count commissioner
,
which had been left la trust for her her uncle's check and the receipt she county
.'I'I'IIII1'I't the cou1 :;- and they desire the support of all from District I, subject to the action > .

tins l'\I'I'l's"i\c seuul to Zebulon Walker LIT father's broth had signed. Democrats III the coming primary.For of the democratic primaries JolT ;
er. Zebulon was a skinflint and the "Hate you the letter notifying you 15. They believe! that the material ,

of the purchase of the stock?' he ask ReoresenUttve. interests of the county demand bU i
,
fact that he did
Ufa ruu as it was very rich not
I ed. GOLD DUSTin The friends of Henry C. Clopton J 're-election and they ask the support j j
or it the bell deter him from to
'n i an a disposition keepMary's of democrat !
-Yes." announce him as a candidate for every securing it. j
... it >h 'ud! Line been little fortune. The day she take every particle of dust and dm "ram your i
Without reply he tore the receipt In I i oors and oodworn-nukes them as c san as a representative in the Legislature I
V :i.istltLad been blown came of age he Mid to her: I rustle neat as a pin. Nothing to good io washing from Escambia county, and requestthe Fw County Commissioner. :
then took out and began :
pieces a pencil othes .
and dishes.
\ Ut-n blew, both of Itiry, the money your father left support of all democrats in the j I announce myself a candidate for
to make a calculation. ade only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COM.'ANY. (
I.. 'tlier, the cow would :you Is now due you. Uut what are you I Chicago. Mew York. Bo on. St LO-O.V couiiuir democratic primary. i election as county commissI<.aer for j'

.:,;ured when she was going to do with it? You can't live I "Mary, he "said presently, "you are I Hikers: of OVAL FART SOAP. district No. 1. at primary to be held j ;

on the Interebt of so little, and you worth $34.000. ---- --- For Representative.The July 15th and ask for the support of f ; ;

know nothing about Investments. You II "Whatr"I Fisher Claims Important Disclosures. friends of Chas. M.Coston announce all democrats. Ii I
sold stock In the road him as a candidate for representative LEE
had better leave It In my hands. I my today Canton. 0.. July 9.-George Fisher, DAXIELL. .
in the legislature from -
\SKDruggist CATARRHgg will Invest it for you and may be ableto II your thousand money shares Is invested at that It at price C8. would Your |; giving Pittsburg as his home. made an Escambia county, and they ak the For County Comrrvmioner. f I l l
"
Increase it. i' unsuccessful attempt to see Mrs. MeKlnley support of all democrats iu the coming -
bring $;34SoO, but the interest would The friends of W. A. Shelby here- :. I
who had confidence In .
Mary: every: I I yesterday afternoon claiming primary.For by announce his canlidacyforre. .
'r inI
Le less than SOO. You
(; leT her uncle acted on hH sujH-s>tion.Zebulon I not are that he had Important disclosures! tc Railroad election as county commissioner I

\ did not Invite the orphan to'' luck. i| make to her of the plot which led to Commissioner. from district No. 3 of Escambia
1
ZE.BJIlll share his home. On the contrary, he I The next day Mrs. Peabody went to the assassination! of her husband. He farmers Recognizing and fully the rights of the county subject tothe action of the I,
ler Zebulon Walker as Mary's attorney ;i I producers to more con- democratic primaries July 15 and
told her that she had better earn I claims that the anarchists have set a sideration at the hands of the Florida :
and consented nnd In a few days got an accounting. i, ask for him the hearty support of aU '
li\iug by tewiup, Mary !
price of $COflftupon his head and that Railroad Commission, I solicit
democrats
to this also. The wily Zebulon took I "My dear said Sir. 1'eabody to her five attempts have been made to as. the support of all Democrats who -

her receipt for the $:iI.\ whldi the law husband, "how could you have advised j sasslnate him. The township trustees approve of the declaration of prin- 1 or County C<>iiinii....ii>ner. >
required him to pay OUT to her, and ; Mary as you did?" | ciples set forth in my platform. -
bought him a ticket to PittsburFoley's -
I Mary's future was well laid out for ; "1 was attorney for the road and j ,' Copies:' of platform sent to any one After due consideration I appeal '
knew that it was coining money." Kidney Cure purifies the addressing at West Palm Beach, to my many friends and the demo '
COLD''i HEAD drudgery. I I blood by straining out impurities and Fla. R. HUD. OX HUm cratic voters as a candidate for the
PHILIP TOWXE ANDERSON.Kncnnracemeitt. 'I'
Mary: was doing borne bewiiig In the I tones up the whole system. Cures office of county commissioner from I

-tat'list's Size of luc laste; at ana Iiru2Si 1'1111..11. house of a Mrs. Peabody, who took a I I I kidney and bladder troubles. Sold by For County Treasurer. district four of Escambia county. "

fancy to hi*, and while talking with "Miss Dir le." stammered the young W. A. D'Alembertell, : South Pala- The friends of Frank E. Brawner Please remember me at the primary J :
EI.lIItOTlIEltH her one day learned that the was the I I fox street. hereby announce him as a candidate election of the democratic party
I
York. man, "I-I feel that I can no longer R'I
tt arreo htrel.'t.ew possessor of a fortune of 500 in the that h __ __ __ for County Treasurer of Escambia July 15, IWo D. M. MEKRITT. j
disguise the sentiments I-you
I subject to the action of the Olive Fla.
County
she had ,
which
uncle for
hands of her I
must have noticed for 'j
preference .
my democrat!; primaries July 15, and :
''''' %%4t4If Her criticisms on Mary'aloose
% no receipt I your society-and-have I said too % ask for him the support of the voter For County Commissioner. t
way of doing business frightened much. Miss Birdie?" r
I the girl and she wrote her uncle to let For County Treasurer.I The friends of I{. Kathwell: of !
"Not Mr. Miss
yet, IJashful. replied
You HaveRheumatism Bluff Springs:' hereby announce him !
i her know how the money was Invested Flypee encouragingly.-Chicago Trib- j rThe announce myself a candidate for
as a candidate for County Commissioner -
i Zebulon upon receipt, of the letter renomination for the position of
une. from district No. 5 of Escam I
v looked over the list of railroad county treasurer of Escambia county bia to the action of
county subject
I stocks and, noting one of the most The Best Liniment For Strains.Mr. subject the action of the democratic the democratic primaries July 15, \

worthless, wrote Mary that her money I F. II. Wells, the merchant at primary. J. W. FRATER.For and ask for him the support\ of the 1

was Invested In the common stock of Deer Park, Long Island, N. Y., says: voters. ., j jt
the road. This was very sharp of the Tax Assessor.I 1
the great tested and "I always recommend Chamberlain'sPain
URICSOL tcluned lahformaKtmfrlr old scoundrel, for if he told her that It hereby announce myself as a Chairman Executive Committee. :
Balm the best liniment for i
will cure was Invested In a good stock she might as i candidate for re-election as Tax Assessor The friends of John B. Jones hereby .*
; t K i ures L.rer. Kidney aDd strains. I used It last winter for a '
a \ '.s, .scs C&U'1 ty au excess ofrer claim the security. for Ecambia county, subject announcehiscaudidacygorehajr
F A fails and builds upI Mary showed his reply to Mrs. Tea- I severe lameness in the side resulting to the action of the democratic primary man of the E carnbla County Democratic ,

!# .'.ir",. '1'!. "gi ik.'J while wonderful uiing: it.eerft ': LOll,)" and the lady showed it to her' from a strain, and was greatly July 15. Executive Committee, sub

.. ,". V' >r'II'r t"mle" For ule 1 I husband. Ills advice was for Mary 10 i j I pleased with the quick relief and cureit w \V. R HARP$. ject to the action of the democratic
8. !! r ':..gicfet can not 'I 'I "S. I. voters of the county at large at the
I .. It.: rrcpwl upon 'I ask her uncle how many dill shares he had, effected." For sale by all druggists I For Tax Collector.I primary July 15, and ask for hint

pr. A Jlii3lii purchased. This Mary and received) ,! and InEdieinedealers. I!I hereby announce myself a? a the hearty support of the voters. .
'a reply that he had purchased' ten Servant I S
r losAagel8sCal. |1 -- --- -- I Ii caJ.1dldate"for re-election as Tax Collector
Co. :
U !:sol Chemical shares of a par value of $.uo. This i( OASTOn.A.: for Escambia county, subjectto For Secretary Executive Committee. .

.IM reply was nlso shown to Mary's ad i 3eirs the 1i Ka Yoi Haie ,lkiis &11I Girl the action of the democratic pri. The friend of Ben D. Beers announce f

La\ar:\ &. RanKi' Dru co, tlana: Ga, Mser. | Questionis mary July 15. his candidacy for Secretaryof j

I Oistnoutlng Agents. "My dear," said Mr. Peabody, "t -ll 1 ? A. H. D'ALEMBERTE. the Ecambia County Democratic I

," """ '',.. ,.. Mary to write him that her money Is I' easily solved when you provide For Tax Collector. Executive Committee, subject to the (} :

sufficient to purchase a large numberof I' Jessie Morrison Given 25 Years. i yourself with a Gas Range dur.lngthe The friends of Henry Bellinger an. action of the democratic voters of :

Its shares, which are now selling Eldorado. Kans., July 9.-Jessie heated term. If she "leaves" nounce him as a candidate for Tax the whole county at the primary
-- --
... + July 15, and ak for him the
w r r-t wi -*->*r-w -*- very low, and request him to buy all I Morrison convicted June 23 of murder i youand: you are obliged to do your Collector of Escambia county, sub. of the voters, support. ,,

'I mm\ \ ( FOR that can be bought 'on a margin.' If f in the second degree for killing cooking you will hardly blame her, ject to the democratic primary to be ---- -- -_*.- '
1 loss I will make It Mrs. Olin Castle the latter's I held July 15, Ii02, and request the
Mucy makes a good at home when you have to suffer the discern- For Member Executive Committee.

\ THE PEOPLE.h' b, her." here in June, 1900, br cutting her j forts of a coal fire during the summer support of all Democrats.For The friend of John Touart an. ;.

) Mary's nest letter to her uncle was throat with a razor. has teen sentenced ''months. Gas ia clean, economicalI Member School Board. nounce him as a candidate for memo

I .ery Word Costs lou.1 Cent, a surprise to him. He knew that some to 25 years in the penitentiary I comfortable, and you don't need The friends of W. M. Agerton hereby ber of the County Executive Committee -

) and Eter> Word is Head I/.i: was advising her and thought he Motion for a new trial was overruled. i your tire only when you actually announce his candidacy for the from precinct 12 and ask for

1 Uy K\ crjbojy. I MU iu the advice given a way for him !i Miss Morrison, who has gone through i need. it. nomination as a member of the him the votes of the democrats of

.I 1 J.> fi'iirt his money lost. The stock in I three trials took the sentence with school board from district No.3, the precinct at the primary July 15.

)10NJ\: MOM i..i-j "M,<>n had wade a blight advance in I little show of demonstration. The i Pen acola Gas Co subject to the democratic primary For Member Executive Committee. !

.. ..,., 'I/1'1"i in the fluctuations common In I case will be appealed to the state supreme ,, July the 15th, 1902. The friends of Frank J
'. these stocks It would doubtless soon 1 Reilly an-
M Tn .LO\V-<>aboa-"bold furni-i'1 i I court. No. 3 S. Palafox St.. Pensacola Fl. For Member Board Public Instruction.The nounce him as a candidate for memo :
.* "iAndttll I>III(!. ot perIVriiu tall a few points, which would wipe .
,
i ber of thee
: ..a-}' :-tnct".t I friends of Hon. Elijah Ward County Executive Com 4
He therefore
out fortune entirely. -
:-.'-. '! Apply. to A. A. Hibrr, Ii Mary's Incorrigible. announce his name as a candidate mittee from precinct 13 and ask for
"a.af x tr. her that he hud bought l.OUO CHOICESTOF
.t. wrote
Rev. Dr. Thirdly-Yes. sister I I noticed for re-election as member of the him the support of the democratic ,
1 ---- I r-Lares at 20 on 5 per cent margin. If your servant as I came In read- Board of Public Instruction from voters of the precinct at the primary I
V'o-i: ,
M improved real es- the I'rite of the stock should fall one district No. 3 of Escambia county, July 15.For. ,
"' nail amount at low Ing a novel on the hack porch, and It 1 :,
i ill on LcMm 1-:. Brooks. point the legacyoulJ be wiped out. subject to the action of the demo. I

''* I Ii. l' laox ht.,Soil ri' -in her M.iry showed the letter to Mr. PeaUvly. the grieves Sabbntb.Mrs. me .that: she should thus break |' f FRUITS AND COIFECTIONER f fAT } cratic primaries July 15. hereby Executive Committeeman. .1.YI i"I

who told her to keep It In a safe announce myself as a
Simple-Dear me! 1Jon't see For County Commissioner. candidate for member of the County ,
A 't -l>oyou n"11 mon-y Il.l ll'e. what I to do with that Executive .i '
am going girl. I hereby announce myself a? a Committee from Precinct f
"row any amount The after Its there was
you waat I d.iy receipt
I '. tcrnii and lowt-m rates I She Irks t-xerythin; in the Louse.cw .- C. candidate for re-election as county I Thirteen and solicit the support of
au advance of two points In the stock. APOSTLE'S I
.it. >!>*,,on improved city rt-al I :\ York Journal.! i iI i illioxc commissioner from district 2 of E- I Democratic voter at the coming 11
\ '11 her. 2u&'i Mouth I'aU- Tlu-ii it fill off one point, fluctuating ---- I cambia county, subject to the action primary. JAMES L. SWEEN.F .:\ '

-' -- --.-In-if-- I xliaUly:" for a few weeks, when the DoKton Girls i iI i 14 East Government St. of the democratic primaries July 15, Com'mmee-; -- ,

I ', 1 1" BORROW MONKYurt matter \\forgotten by Mary, and If r.arn'sII't'r can fit in a street car and ask the support ')f the voters. r Executive .

.' .- your property. pro- I /A bulonVnlker had not forgotten it ho | wLe! a woman U standing. Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand JOHN WELSH.. The friends of Thos. W. Kent: announce J '
ti-. buy or sell real es-I thuuUit little of It feeling euro I him a* a candidate for mem I
v .r any description have I very | 1oIn':1U"e >'ou think it wrong Ose car-load of Pineapples at 11.71 For County Commissioner.Mr. ber of the Democratic Executive
vojr taxe" attended that later there would be e I -t
to, sooner or j bti'nil? to $2.00 per dozen. "
S lo It t a woman Committee
r.s.: Watson Frank Johnson from precinct 13 subject
A Co. panic on the market anti the ?;oOO hereby announces ,
S ''unUlCI ag"nt 1'0.m"l1..rae .&- I'.::rnl'''- No. 1Jl' 'IUthe Il'rtge0- himself as a candidate for I to the action of the primary, and ask (i

S S > .-''-in, u_ ,... wilt To lend everyone money. would and disappear be added as to his n claim personal agaIn.'thim bank I,I man has n way of making you feel so j *O=GOLA=o. relection as county commissionerfrom I for him the support of the voters. 1 I

I a boje. dUI uieomfirtable.-Ilostuii Transcript j district four, cambia county,
account. I I subject to the will of the democratic For Member Executive Committee. ]

< tit .vi.i;. Two years passed. Mary bad fallen :\, I Grist and Corn Peal Pills, voters in the coming primaries. He The friends of Jame McHugh announce J

-- in love with a young man who, though : Icfoo r med does this for the reason that he his candidacy for member of -.1

I.I .I., t LOmBHtI 1 1-- ludustrlou, was as poor as she. lie t' DS.tJTER'S a record can of cares show > H. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop i, wants the otllce and thinks he can the County Executive Committee |

!, [.ted Uriu with some had a position which paid him $15 a of stomach Ills be of benefit to the bet interests of from precinct 14 and ask for him the
S v- in at inct. Also for I j I J the Bit. Mannfastcren of the democrats J
S I equal to the whole county. If his friends support :' of the precinct
ns. ngon./ few 1moll week and urged Mary to marry him. .
ters. This is the CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GHOUNE
at the
.5 l ';0<..1.. Correspond best evidence of and the people interested agree with primary July 15. .
could
S 'I.V". FilL ij-Iw' She consented prouded they STOCK FEED. him he will their
Its value. It will appreciate sup.
I furnish a few rooms. Then she thought I ., ;, <_ cureS i Patronize Home Indastry for there Ii port. For Member Executive Committee. t
,1 ,-.,uioit desirable lots InS of her $:itiO and made up her mind to 1 Heartburn ': every reason yon should bay your Meal and The friends of W. B. Wright
y terms by the Fisher Stock Feed from the Home Manufacturer an-
'
,
: .. .. M> write her uncle. asking him to send her ,.. 1... For County Commiss oner. his
'Y houth Palafoxlalm I .,, Belching, j for by so doing you encourage home Indni- nounce candidacy for member of
I'I the money, or what there was left of "':" try. Your money Is left In the community The friends of J. W. Brewton of the County Executive Committee i'
: Indigestion ': and you In turn are Indirectly benefited.In district No. 5 him from .
S announce as a 15
It. If any. She did so and by return / fostering the home manufacturer precinct subject to the ac
I ..r o __llt-in.,_ mall received a check for the $T 00, ; Dyspepsia and contribute to the cause of labor. Yon ow yon candidate for re-election from said tiou of the democratic primary July
I'M S N N -" -- Liver andKidney i It to the community which you live ant j district, subject to the action of the 13, and ask for him the support of I'
with interest at C cent for two .
,
( I .v furnished rooms at per which contributes to roar support.20dozMen'a ( primaries July 15. the voters of the .
precinct.
Ib j
-: >et. alltt.iiite j ears and a receipt for her to sign. I

''S1 Mary was delighted. She signed the STOMACH Troubles. --- __ n _-_ -_ ______ .
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I' \\ 5
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.-business. Splendid;; I TRY IT. GOTO* t

P'"or man. Short time I Know One Sure Kerned/ ,
.5, "k or conducting your t ran obstinate coil I:.name U J'wuJo-Baloam : PROFESSIONAL
'me III ates; from start. CARDS


S. .positions Barber: College Kuaraoteed.JJ5K New Foley's torchildrea.safe.sure.Honey No and opiates.Tar I: W. C. ROWE, M. D. F. E. BRAWNER'S. : .

\ I
\ 4OOI solicitor; will pay
Office: 17S' S. Palafox.HOUrstromto9:5)a.m.and .
iioa to right one. Ad- i

"% ,t1'EI- ,>31ce. ). mdtf FRED MYERS, FRIENDOF : and after 7 o'clock : 1 to S p. m I *-For Seven Days we will Offer the Following Prices:-<$* ;

I
\\ 1 -; THE BEEF TRUST Xhczio CO. I I "<-
S 1.youngmeatromE-- French Neck, drop. 200 Pair Men's New Orleans Sewedor You should look at our line of
at once to for
v-rnment bervlce.prepare Apjrrtj. -- sticned, undershirts for 25c ; drawersto Cable Screwed Shoes for this sale, Ladies' High and Low Cut Shoes,

*' Init.. Cedar Rap. Senate Bill No. 18: A Bill to be e5 PARKER'S 111 I IeiIIsIM I match. $1.20; solid leather. 'VA can save you money. I
ITJlm' HAIR BALSAM I
r entitled "An Act to prohibit arrangements ails.1 25 doz Men's Fancy Striped. Lace II))}
ud txuuriM tbi 175 Pairs Men's yards Lawn, fast colored
\\ V FWflUN S luunaot 5TUWth. I n md Plain, Silk Finished Hand Sewed Vicl
Ml
Balbrigan
kinai ,
6011 'I ot empty beer contracts, agreements, trustsor _r r Tall to Bettor Or.y Undershirts Kid Shoe! in four different shape worth 8.1.2c, to close at 6c yard.
S.A.r-RllDMAH. nOTBtfMB I Eur to IU TouUifut Color. I at 43c each ; drawers to
combinations, and certain other Cw. mip di..ae a b&z,u.uIe..idIW .J I 1 match. toes ; regular M, for this sale $2.95 a 500 X.Bar Muslin, regular 19< [
POj Thugi good, to close at
pair.I
l..l.By. 4Jic
yard.
t' S acts or things Intended to or tendingto 10 doz Men X-Bar Undershirt, : ,

;.t > HROWLEGH- R prevent, hinder or obstruct the law. DRSKING'STRY 'worth 50c, for toe; drawers to match. hare bought the fall line of Levy- to 1 close,(x)() yards at 4c.Unbleached Domeatlo

_s5____ &IVVilis Mock Hard'tl'areCo'l.mad Eggi for sale.JOstJ ful sale of Florida fed beef, or other 25 ioz Men's Scriven Patent, seam Pou Co. boys' shoes that I will close 1.000 yards Best Check Gingham,
side drawers, worth 65c for this out at cost. t
sale
NEW ,
DISCOVERY
cattle other edible ; : fast colored, regular 7c for
1 I.\. lit (jUns. beef, meat, or or e. goods,
-_--.- -5q -- animal In this state or tendingto 125 pair Boys' Easy Walkers, reg. this sale Be. '
III\R.\H RXE-MannTMtnror FOR THAT COLD. 28 doz Boys Extra Size Pants, 12 to alar Soc goods! to close at 3oc pair. 10 pieces White and Red Table
a- ;: -ser 10 Katr Ooodi, HaU.Toilet monopolize the sale of or the price 17 worth f 1
I:>., 4a.' Ou. .' 0.Si w. Government TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. years, a pair, for this sale30c Linen, regular 40c goods, to close at
thereof." I I 75 pair Men's Low-Cat Patent 25c yard. No one over 6 yards.

t'I.t'' Referred to the Judiciary committeeof Cures Consumption.Coughs We carry a foil line of Boys' Wash Leather Shoe! we have been sellingat 30 pieces Medicated 21-inch Cotton

1' sru 'or 1'uiierul*. which Mr. Myers was chairman. Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, ]Pants. Call and see them. I' {2.60 pair to close at $1.75 pair. Diaper worth 85c, for this sale 60c. I

r, '. F ''K KUXEKALsTnrnTlfled S -
L1. coaqaett (Page 61.) PneumoniaHayFeverPleurisy -

t:::::::".'..... .orl.'lIo. S*oripecUl. West Gregory designs Judiciary Committee, after careful LaGrippe, Hoarseness, This Sale will Positively Not Run Longer Than Seven Days.
lm returns Senate Bill No. .
examination,
4 l'1 .'J.\\'EU 18 without recommendation. (Page Sore Throat, Croup and
.
,
'- ]Remember the place F. E. Brawner's Candidate '

\(t.si I': .. 'It _"\''4 Ordered and Moral for Eeilgnt 103.On) passage of Senate Bill No. 18, Whooping Cough.NO for County Treasurer ,
eoitomeri
,
;:0;, M\I-eno, t'S West Gregory Mr. Myers voted NO. (Page 312,) CURE. NO PAY.
ZMln [Senate Journal, 1897]. Price 50c. and J1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. 105 SOUTH PALAFOX STBEET.pg<(|i'r' '...


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THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA. FLORIDA THURSDAY. JULY 10,1902



x. .;" -,.------n LAN OORD'S DEATH DEALING ONE OF THE MANY MYERS' "Stron2e t in t e'\V\ oM

VOTES AGAINST THE PEOPLESenate
S
H Politics and ;j ELECTRICITYKILLED ...

SHIP YARD Bill No. 28. A Bill tc.be en- The 421 Annual Statement for fear
Ektcrod at the Post Once at Fenhacola, jj Ending December
f _1 1a., tveond-clasi matter.orricK V I titled, "An Act to prevent unjust dis- I 3Ut. ittoi >j

:-mri Building, :11a south: Politicians \ I TWO MEN AT FLOMATOK crimination in the rates charged for I II
'
fatatox: start, up.calra.THE t transportation cf passengers and J THE[ [EOWAB1E f fLIFE

i t ,. WILL BUILD A THREE-MASTED AND SHOCKED SCORES OF 'freights by railroad companies I

NEWS PUBLISHING CO. I I and other common carriers, and
-t'S! : ':) i SCHOONER FOR F. F. I
I I OTHERS, INCLUDING GEN to prohibit railroad companies and ; ASSURANCE ll t EOCIETY

k Terms: Invariably in Advance I II{I I i The meeting of the Democratic I] BINCHAM.That Bother i common carriers in this state?, .

Year Mail ... ........ fj 01} Leazue to be I TLEMEN FROM PEN I II
On by tonight promises one
ata Month .. .. i 5UOc i i 1 from charging other than just and I Assets .. .... .. s.
of the most interesting of the caaaIpaign. reasonable rates and to the '
Week,by Carrier. Payable Monday 10 I I SACOLA. prevent II Reserve and other Liabilities
I II(('I Prominent speakers will address Pensacola is an ideal site for granting of any rebate, discount, over .. .. .. .. .. .. "

'1erlisiflglain Furnished on Application J| the club on the main issues of \i a great ship building plant is clearly.I -- : weights and other special terms to which ---
Surpluaffrom( Divi-
TELEPHONE NO. 118.PEHSAOOLA the contest and I am told they are j proven by the work done here at Circuit Clerk McMillan and Rev. persons, corporations, or firms, and to I dends are paid. .. .. .s 7.

-- going to do some warm talking. i: Langford's ship yard, which, while W. Q. Vreeland of this city had a .[ provide for damages for violating the I
conditions of this act and to prescribe'a Paid to Policyholders in

uw10N LABLL These speeches will be worth hear I yet an infant industry, is growing in narrow escape from instant death I' mode of procedure of rules and evidence -I 1901... ...:.. ...... .$ :r-. ",_

ing. All democrats are invited to importance with rapid strides.Mr. yesterday afternoon at Flomaton. in all cases." Mr. Myers voted I. New Insurance in 1901..f ;: t; .. ,-

attend the meeting Langford has closed a contractto I As it was! both of them received severe -i| NO on the passage of this bill. (Senate Total Insurance in force
Dec. 31, 1901.1! !17-!, _<7. \:
build for Mr. F. F. Bingham of electrical shocks, and Deputy Journal. Page 1211. 20june2tDon't
JULY JO, 1902 Notwithstanding the .
rfreau-rfli
The evidences are that the MyersC this city a three-masted, 120-ton Sheriff Elijah McCurdy, who was I cial strength of the Society ana :u.
Fail to Try This. i iI
-- ston managers are so desperate and schooner of modern design and first- conversing with the two gentlemen, I Ii greater security which its pu,., .
})ESU'OLA is not alone in its I i Whenever an honest trial is given holders thereby enjoy, tin lUTKs
so shy of votes that they just must class finish. was also severely shocked. LOW .
record of burglaries. III )Iobile,SUll- to Electric] Bitters for any trouble it I are and GUARANTEEDter : ," .

day night, there were_. five. I have some more,go they have calledan Work on this schooner will be begun Two negroes, employes of the rail 'i'Is recommended for a permanent cure than given by other e",u.u ." .
-
extraordinary meeting the executive just as soon as the big barge now road company, wera instantly killed I will surely be effected. It never fails
. THE Louisiana leMature perpetuated
. the Himpson-Hchley controversy committee for Saturday under construction! is completed.That I and two score of others were givena to tone the stomach, regulate the kid- KXOWLES BUGS.{ ,

fi night, at which it is said they I neys and bowels, stimulate the liter,
are
tJ by enacting a law that no history it will be a model seagoingcraft great shock. Mr. McMillan, who
invigorate the nerves and purify the General Agent*
} shall be med in the publicfl going to attempt again to modify the is evidenced by all work turn : arrived here on the 4 p. m. train, I
fI blood. It's a wonderful tonic for rundown 309 W.: Palafox St.. F'KVsv .
! schools of that !state which does not qualification requirements fixed by ed out from Mr. Langford's shipyard told the story upon his arrival.It systems. Electric Bitters posi- < i .'

. give Schley full credit for the Santiago the state and congressional committees was between the arrival of two I. ti\ely cures kidney and liver troubles, I
fl victory.8oMKtdtistici. stomach disorders sleeplessness Need More He.
no matter whether it makes the nervousness
Mr. Bingham will use this schooner passenger trains that about fifty negroes rheumatism neuralgia and
I I Often the over-tax! .
u has compiled a election irregular or not. I am a in the West Indian, Mexican and nearly as many passengerswere expels] malaria. Satisfaction guaranteed tion cry out for hdl'1|> ,
of gifts to American libraries by \\'. A. D'Alemberte, druggist. I pains dizzin
nausea,
summary democrat. The great democratic I --
and Central American coal and waiting at Flomaton for the '
in which U mentioned, as I Only 50 cents.PROFESSIONAL. I hirer complaints and h i
the only one of its kind, a donationof party, through; its committees, has lumber trade. incoming trains. The depot, which I troubles call] for I

a cow. The compiler probably said who shall vote at the primary The new vessel will be commanded was burned some time since, is not II I CHIROPODIST I of Dr. King's New l.'i- I II
are gentle, thorough ar i ii ..
never heard of the bequest, a few election July 15 and I am too good a by Capt. R. L. Merritt, formerly ready yet for occupancy,so transient i I to ('\lH". 23: cents atY \

years ago, of a whole dairy to the party man to favor letting anyone master of the Davy Crockettthesame passengers have to either content K.: St. Clair Thomas will remove berte's drug stor.
corns, bunions and ingrowing nails I
University library at Tallahassee.MOXHAY'S else vote I think the
qualification Merritt who stuck themselves cooped in
-- -- Captain so up passengercars without pain or blood. Will call at

heat record was something requirements should stand as theyare. gallantly to the barge Tabor duringher or walk about.It I I your residence if required. Xl). 521: HERE MYERS VOTES NO.

fearful at many southern recent Ion; drifting about in the was a hot day yesterday and all I South Palafox street. lOjlm
point Some: Georgia records were: I
gulf and saved her from becoming a were on the ground enjoying what I MEAT & MALT has a marvelous House Bill 95, Page 1171. A .
America-, luO; Savannah, 101; Alba- I think it very probable there will I I .
and Au- derelict-and who has recently been wind was blowing. /Suddenly; two dietetic value. While refreshingand to be entitled, "An act relative to -
t. Hailles.1ycro;; be II
some speeches at the meeting; of .
i, 112; Eastman, 1W, and Mil,07. the Democratic master of the Yarkand.It of the negroes, whose names were I pleasant to take, it helps assimilation ; I receipt, shipment and delivery *
League at Clutter'shall freight by railroad companies a' .
. : Montgomery the tnaxi- is hoped the new vessel will be not definitely ascertained, threw up of food. Bold by
tonight relative to this special other common carriers, and to come
I was luu, at Jacksonville lol completed and ready to launch their hands, screamed loudly and DANNHEISSIER BROS.: railroad .
of the companies to transport ar
); and at Charleston 102.; Pensacola's meeting executive committee.
early in the fall. fell over limp. When assistance :, return cars received: from connect,
maximum was 1)1' Members of the committee who are PENSACOLA
t -- --- reached them they were dead. ::: CLASSICAL SCHOOL lines of railroads, to construct sidtnsland
in town should hear what is said. !
) Tin:Orl"ndo Reporter says: "As Treat Your Kidneys For Rheumatism. Other negroes and the three white I i connections with each other >

th. mate capital question has been Maybe it will open their eyes to the When you are suffering from rheumatism i Tliiril Annual Session Urging Sejv.I. I,lines." Mr. Myers voted NO. 28june w
gentlemen before named herein were leather .". lno:.!, aid Knits
jd and the capital will remain true motive of this attempt to defy the kidneys must be attendedto I
recipients of the electrical currents J ii IIP la, 100J.
allahassee for many years, a the rules of the state democratic at once so that they will eliminatethe i Grass Shears that will cut

ruor's mansion should be built. committee. uric acid from the blood. Foley's coming from sources that can be but II close, at the Willis Hardware :
The aim of this school H to
state should hold an annual pro
troops Kidney Cure is the most effective surmised. I Co's.
vide thorough HIGH SCHOOL and
encampment, and as the legislature Friends of Loftin and Clopton are remedy for this purpose. R. T. Hopkins The incident, naturally, caused interesting COLLEGE PREPARATORY in I .

$: cannot always be relied on to of Polar, Wis., says: "After unsuccessfully j struction. The school is of especial I IUI.*in.fMitu lie>orrheni Wood 3 I
superstitious with
thoughts
feeling confident
& provide for it, a permanent fund more every day I doctoring three years for interest to three classes: Ire'in tyujr-Iialeom.tkc ccrtt.a fur uxi Jit.
should be set alde for that purpose. that they will be elected by a good the blacks, some of whom are said i ito 1. Those who having completedthe ; I
rheumatism with the !best doctors, I j I grades of the public school wish I ;
> let the balance be used to Ii. majority-both of them. There has tried Foley's Kidney Cure and"it have began supplications for salvation to pursue their studies further with FRANK SEGARI HOUSE

ate the bonded indebtedness of never been any doubt in their mindsas cured me. I cannot speak too highlyof at once. Some of the white out lEaving home. -
fI tate" 2. Those who wish, with the aid Deep water sea bathing, night 01
----- to the election of Mr. Loftin, now I this great medicine. Sold by W. gentlemen, it was confessed, were of the careful individual attention day, for white people only. Special

HU-E who have been howling they are feeling sure Mr. Clopton, A. D'Alemberte, 121 South Palafox not altogether too easy or too com that can be given in smaller classes compartment for ladies, with lady at
and session advance tendant. Neatest, best and cleanest
street. a longer to
ro long for the primary are the ones too will be elected fortable when they saw what had bath
I by a good big more rapidly than is possible for house! in the city. Baths 5
who now with to go back to the con- vote. been done by the unseen force. j them in public schools. cents. FRANK Sn ARI.
vention plan," says the De Land 3. Those who are fitting themselves Cor. Cevalloa and Zarragos St

It Record \yiij? And how did the THE CORNER The sky was free from clouds at I III for college. -- .
Every member of the Democratic the time, there was no thunderstorm 1 In addition to the u-ual instruc-
Record find it out? It is the people, ,

land not the politicians, who have League and of the East End Democratic (.II and it was quite enough to II tion,in Geography F.ngli=Mathematics Latin,etc..instruc-, History i Gus fl. Soderlind

"been howling for the primary," Club should consider himselfa IN CORN lead people to guess what next would '! tion i* offered, withiml stfn tuition, / ,

and until they have an opportunityto in Greek, French, German and Span I .THE TAILOR
committee of one to see that all his happen. I! ,...
ish. The school i? conducted at the
their dissati-faction with
express i friends vote and vote right next Various surmises are made as to' corner of West Gad"deu and Spring I :toss WKST (;OVKKMUK.\T NT
It-if they are aredissati-fled manner The parties caught in the grain | street; in a building which is to
new-paper-can tell what they Tuesday. where the electricity came from be arranged to adapt it especially to I Will for the next 30 days snake suits ;

think of it. THE POLITICIAN corner at Chicago are telegraphing which seemed to have surcharged!' the needs of the chool. at 25 per cent less than regular j

_. .. --- to all seaports to stop corn exports The number of pupils in attend-I prices: ;
WHAT is probably the oldest ship Shake Into Your Shoes the rails, transmitting the !souls of I h ance i is limited. Hence !! Dying Men's Haiti I: 1
and ru:;h it back to Chicago. Pensa- lug admittance should communicateas I 1 yinn l.mtiiV Hints 11.1()to ,.
ill the world was recently I sold at Allen's Foot-Ease, a two blacks into eternity and shock Menu Suits Meant Clraaril <1 .
powder. It with the Princi
early as possible I
cola, however cannot lend them a I.Hdivn'Kuiis 1\1U1l Cleaned Tic: toll
TrtieriiTe to be broken up. It was cures painful, smarting, nervous feet ing the others. Home thought the I ; MCD'B Tousrrs Hlvain Clauvd r

the Italun ship Anita, of Genoa, and ingrowing! nails, and instantly helping hand, for, at present, thereis rails had been struck by lightning pal.For further information, terms and Hint: Now is the time to hay

built, in that port in IMS, and her takes the sting out of corns and bun- not a bushel of corn here for export I catalogue, address your winter Clothing put in gooi
some distance to the northward, but i H. CLAY IOISTROSU;, shape. This offer is for thirty da .
last from Naples to Tenrrifle ions. It's the greatest comfort dis >
voyage; : I and none is expected before the Principal, orPKKCIVAI.H.WHAI.KY.
I IIentlon
the tin you saw the advrtiiemeut
of the most plausible offered !
covery age. Allen's Foot- explanation -
made March last. The JR.
was ,
Ease makes tight latter part of the month. I in TICK DAILY SEw
or new shoes
feel
Anita was of tremendously stout easy. It is a certain cure for sweat- is that the death dealing cur I AasiJ' "t. otherwi-e the regular price will u

build, and had weathered countless fug, callous and hot, tired, aching I MYERS VOTED AGAINST I rent came from Century, where I'II -- rhargtd.

etoruis and tornadoes in all parts of feet. Try it iQ.dllHvld bv all there is maintained a big electric I

the world, but it was abu the slowest I druggists and shoe stores. bon't ,
!
accept any substitute. By mail for REQUIRING RAILROADS light plant. It is explained that tl e \ 134 134 134 134 134

thip afloat, taking Mow t> days on one I 23c. inctamps! Trial package FREt current could have been transmitted ..ALL NEW... ',.: -r."l. ; rte : ,
voyage from Baltimore to Rio de I i Address, Allen :S;, Olmsted, LeRoy, TO BUILD DEPOTS ,
Janeiro, :1N. Y. I to steel rails by the crossing of a'wire I 134 % -s- 134

.- _-_ _- I -- I from the plant on one of the I In S E tT MV3I I E: (: An Erson'S Teltpte, .

Senate Bill No. 74. To be entitled, I Ii
,
AMERICAN LAUNDRY rails. Telegraph instruments all 134 'f H It 1& for PUI.HC, ui I!, 134
'ERS' MILTON "An Act to railroad Tin n.
l i require corpora- I Ii along the division were affected by j t I {?; <'T' S<- ,

BARBECUE !!'! CLOSES ITS DOORS ,I i i tions their to lines construct of roads passenger and to provide depots on a I I Ii the phenomenal incident and some FOR TIlE 134 134 134 134 134

penalty therein. of them refused to work fur hours.
Next 5 Days
--- ----
i On the passage of the bill Mr. I ,

I'crrrtpontlence lady Sews I, The American Steam Laundry, Myers voted NO. Bill passed 16 to i Saves a Woman's Life. :I $ EVERY

j I. conducted on Eat Zarrago-sa street 3. (Senate Journal 1891.). 22june2t'' To have given up would have meant 20c a Copy. $
Milton, July 11.-TlId.lY i is Myers'day | death for Mrs. Lois Cragg of Dor
by S. E. Simmer, closed dowd Tuesday -
at Milton, and under the Deductive ; chester Mass. For years she had HOUSEWIFE
ostensibly for repairs, but it is.. FINE STATIONERY.C. endured untold misery from a severe
influence of a rand old-fa..h. PENSACOLA MUSIC CO
hung trouble and obstinate cough.
1
stated that there is very little prospect ,
iviird baibectie a great crowd was I V. Thompson X I). 11 Mouth I "Often." she writes "I could scarcely Needs Bottleof
of its being started up again. j breathe and sometimes could not I. a
hoped for to le,;-eu the t-llect of the I Clothing of patron, which had Palafox street, has just opened anew [speak. All doctors and remedies failed 37 S. Palafox St.

recent I.am.'ir rally. supply of Linen and Bond j i till I used Dr. King's New Discoveryfor Turpentine !
been sent there to "be done up,'' has I II I Consumption and was completely 1 1I i
About 3..t: people assembled togrt't't I been sent to other like plants in the Papers, white, blue and gray, with |cured" Sufferers from coughs, colds, 'whether for Cleaning iJf-d <.r ..

the speakers of whom not less Envelopes to match, Oxford sizes; throat and lung trouble need this Clothes, or for Htins of Ins
city and the force has not been told also Foreign Mail Tablets with En- I grand remedy, for it never disap- ...INN.N1.INN.IHiN. Cuts. Cruise", or anything ,.
than 230 and value
are women children. : Everybody knows the of Pi
when to return to work.It velopes to match. Ink, Pencils points. Cure is guaranteed by W. A.
?! Spirits "f"Turp"ntiu". and ',r Hammock in
There about :30 D'Alemberte Buy i
are only qualified druggist, Price, 50c a
i understood that a deal for a j Penholders, BIinkbook+, File! etc., and $l.00. Trial !bottles] free. I ; to get the genuine article see .
voter and half of this number are I II it theBuffalo
hand. i-* put up by
transfer of the property i is being ue- etc. always on o t AND KEEP COOL; .t .
avowed Lamur supporters. Ph'one234.: .
g )tiltod and that Mr. :Sumner will I .
Dinner wa served to the illutri0uspeaker i| retire from the bu ines. '- I MR. MYERS NOT VOTINC. ALSO emRLINES .

on the stand so there i I The plant has been under Mr. SANTA ROSA SURF I | HOOKS, :.

wa no ueceity or occasion for I Snmner's management for ome BATHING House, Bill 215
months and was thought to have ESTABLISHMENT ; Page 1077, A bill to t SINKERS and POLES :
them to mingle with the crowd. I I II II | be entitled, "An act In relation to .
----
yielded hand'omelv.eczema. I i ,* TO CATCH FISH, ?'t .

)lr, flyers I addressed a few remarks ------ ---- -- Fish chowder will be served every Insurance companies In this state"The .. ..

to the assembly, but being T ( Sunday evening. Private partiescan ( bill became a law and makes .

ill, he wa.. MH>II relieved by Mr.ISlount other arrange refreshments to have served the same at any or insurance companies, when judgmentis I Baseball Supplies :

time daring the week at reasonable I .
who in tryin to explainaway ITow it rut ;ens, the skin:Junes, oozes, terms. See manager against them, pay the attorney's i SUCH AS .
frig. at.d :
H; r> .
)Ir.I.HS' senatorial record :-t.'IUi'I.'IJ.. call it Utter milk crust or CHAS. H. BURTON.. | fees of other side.) Mr. Myers did J Bats, Balls and Masks : Mfg Co.who .
did not leave the other speakers Mil: rhet.a.T1 -- not vote. 28june1w i
:e "uSorii's: trim it is sometimes in-
Of All Hot Weather Enemies { FROM jCoe's I
much tim to xprt" themselves if t ':is.ual; Ii;;-liatuns are resorted tot'ey ;I I'
I I r.:.:._'..tl. hat rsijiiit cure. '''of humanity cholera is the worst I j "Neter Knew Pain Killer f> fail ; > Guarantee it Absolutely
they had auythiug to say. 1* p'Ci-e'i': fn..p h .nor trJjorJtcd: or asyur Treatment to be effective ,: before Book Store. !
._ I must he what can the matter be? | :; Only 10 Cents a Bottle./
j
( :u i ren'''',',,,!. prompt. When vomiting:, purginz' Where is the bottl7hero, l -.1 -
Cleaning ladies skins and waist : and sweat announce thai the disease ; thought BO; it i* not Perry Dt vi..' N.IN.1.1..11.1.1.1.1...
of Star Laun 'I'IIt Sarsaparilla i i.< combat it with Painkiller all
cue o"r specialties. present Perry at but something the and
chain
All kinds
dry. 1X) .!liHi) re:' nvts them, has raJii-Ky: : Divi-s1' Painkiller. All bowel treubleg druggist must have made him*elf' of
.- _. -- I a:.d permar,>rtiy cured the worst vast: -s.and 'I like dhrrhrea, cholera morbus i i and I did not notice it; I have used Do you want a magnificent watch rocking chairs at "UarstonQuina's.
HI.COLDTEI ) ELOX6 AT I j is \nth)t.t. aa jBj for all cutaneous and dysentery are overcome by Pain : Painkiller for years for diarrhea, for little money? If so, call oc Prices are very
erartior.s.iivODel'ILLsartrlebt killer. It is equally health-promot- cramps and stomach aches ana it' Stephen, the jeweltr. He will ac- $ .
THEGAKFIELDICECO'S. 1 \ 'aeuc. rnteSeeLta: I ing in all climates. ,never failed." I i :ommodate you. I low.Ir .





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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. JULY 10. 1902.




-. r" VSEAL, President; No. QQoa.r F. C. NORTON* Cashier; THE WEATHER I II I llfj:


poSriEE vice President; M. CLARK Ass't Cashier.
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AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF e I 1 I TO-DAY .t.ts


Local .'ort'ca>Sbowers and

PENSACOLA, FLA. I storms tonight; and Friday light \ s

winds becoming fresh northerly.


Has the LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK of any bank in the State. I Temperature in Last 24 Hours:

Maximum.._.. .._................. m. i:
Minimum ......?.._.... ._.......... 7 degrees'
prompt courteous and careful attention given to all business entrusted -

Temperature ElsewhereMai. :

to its care. )
Atlanta._ ...... ................. ... wi 70
Bismarck ..... .................. ... 74 so
Chicago._? ..................... .., 7u io
.t PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Cincinnati_........._ ..... vi r"
Galveston___ __...... ......._.MI i-o
I Huron....._._.. .............._... 72 4S ,
Jacksonville._......_.... .... ...MI 72 '
i| Kansas llty_...... ........... .. 72 r:>
B. H. FAIRCHILD Key West ........_.....................s' ho
I WtllnOLBPERER ELL AT THECOTTON I BLUFF SPRINGS AND Memphis ............ '_".... ........M 7ri
I Mobile ..... ........__.....__.....w 74
M ontgomery.................... ... M 7rt
N .............._...."... w 7>Ji ;
38 EAST ROMANA STREET. OIL MILL CENTURY MEETINGS i New York.....?. ..... ..... .......n. wi 74
iSavannab .........____ .. ... ... i<41 7*
It'f 'j Refinishing' Furniture a i St. Louis ......................_"".. .., w 70
SffC/Qlf,. -- /I I I ;:

PhouO 40G. Frank Sutter, the expert oil well Democratic League speakers addressed !1 NAVAL STOUTS- MAUKET. i

man, is today making arrangementsto the voters at Bluff Springs I Reported Dally for The New bj I.

R. K. WHITE, I sink a well for water at the cotton yesterday afternoon and were givena Union Naval Stores Co. I f

oil mill site near the compress. cordial and enthusiastic :' ROBIIf.I I :

jrt ; -. .Manufacturing Jeweler reception. I I WW _.... ..... .. ..J.I: t\.i H...... .. .. .11 70I !
This well will be driven at once, Addresses were delivered byi I I I ]WO... .. 8 Set O .. ...... 1 4.)
t.raJnate Optician! !, X_. ..... ... .. 34.1 F .. ... .... 1a5 i
and machinery is on hand with Messrs. Geo. T. Morgan, Scott j.1'' M. ... ..... ..._. 81 tti E .". .... Ii I
'. 11..t. Pen seola.Fla I I K .. "_"_ 2 f 5 l) ..... _.. ..... 15 !
y which to do the work. Everythinghas Loftin, Henry C. Clopton, F. E. !i'i '1___.__... 2 05 C* below...... 1 ;5 I .
SPIRITS TOarasT1Pz-44.
1- i' been made ready to sink the Brawner, J. Emmet Wolfe and T. E. '
,
11 well without delay, and the contractor Welles. Each speaker was frequently I


HEWS NOTESr 'j :' soon.expects to have it completedvery i The applauded.speakers then drove overland j!' MARITIME. I


The oil drill on the Stoddart to -- i iEXPORTII.
prop Century, where, instead of the i i"frost" .

._ I erty on East Hill is reported todayto Myers-Coston forces said 'For July to date.. ... ._ sh: iJ7i: I i

r' .. who has been be down WOO feet and yet Im- they would get, they were warmly I 8.U1.FD.

:.:..t week in attend-i' bedded in a sort of Hint rock, ollering greeted, tully half the voters of the |!i i II lirss Arsgonia Hesleyside., .McKiP'robt\ntlllerpand GreecockGer NorAm ,

w. t luig of his brother much i 11 kt'PIUIf
so resistance that
a
/ progressof I precinctturning out to hear them t>cli Jno Frances,Cardsen, Havana
; ive- for Oulfportto- but fix feet has been made I
within II
and
speak giving them
assurance ARRIV,.>>. | :
.I the past two da 's. The projectors I |that the Democratic League candidates \H.ertoTreves :)17.CorneliaEalti i i [,
1 : more to bull Transit Co I
intend that
this
rock
formation shall would receive __
a good share of I
t. 'u concert band to- I i
the be penetrated clear through before a {the votes cast July 15. l CLEABED.
mull but usu-
.- iu Span 58 Leonora, 1H)7, Bustlnza. by
I '1.&nce will be given throught of abandoning the presentsite Speeches here were made by'Messrs. Transit Co far Liverpool, with lr.i\ 1 '
babe cotton t .:; :Matt. is seriously considered. Morgan, Loftin Cloptou, bus wheat M7 bbl flour aft PCS ash logs.1IlltO'
pcs oak staves, value U:;;.::).'
., : .> "iug of the K. I. K. Tho.- Holihaud formerly a dummy Brawner and Welles, Judge Wolfe i Br sch Georgia. Tl, Scott, by master
,
I Cayman Brac with 27.1116(1 lumber
\ It 1"will bf held to- lino engineer, I is in charge of the I having returned home from Bluff I general cargo value fxoy
Br 69 Lesreauli. 1WI7: Ferry, by Southerland :
i ,\ '. A. hall at > C'clock.1 engine at the well at present. 1.Springs. I, Inms Co for Htiip: Island for order t
buin.ce i- with WliKXj) g ft sawn timber, 1..1(1 c ( :
urged a
i -
tit' i* :; i -- --- hewn timber value I3ti7

: : will be trans- Don't think that of Amecb Jobn Francis, ;'-.'\, Cardsen bv
eruption yours i i Jno A Merrltt 4 Co for Havana wish :'Slp\ '
i DEMOCRATIC I can't be cured. Take Hood's Barsaparilla I II s ft lumber value$l, I Aragonla.S'i'4 Korst.by Gulf Transit
V I l.r.: Irutn-f DeFuniak, ; -its virtue is its power to Co for Antwerp and Norkopmt, \..
:! :i.r.'n ft lumber!K' Mr bale cotton an
t t-ttittk t'!... flnlllyf cure. miscellaneous cargo value tllij.04.' I
\ \ t,5.at i li, J.id, canie i LEAGUE MEETS -- -' -'-'-' Tug Echo for Jucaro '

i ity of Tampa tiii LOCAL TEAM !
I QUARANTINE.
\-it; frieuJ, auJ rtl.i-: Nor bk KUaro.lmi-Nielsen. Fort Elizabelli .

; TONIGHTThe ARRIVES HUME i i'l Br ss to Lustleigh.order sCi: Baker, Baltimore, t :
WI is: Keyser4CO
It church ha-: 1 4
'I' Am bkt Herbert A .Fuller 17, Nasd, PorElizabeth
..' r. :. :i'red Jones, 1 ii to order t
i i RUB .
sblp Kndymlon. FellerMn. EastLondon
.! nc and he Democratic League will hold The Pensacola baseball team, after 10 Bears: UunwodyACoi 1
: '.\ .- f' day fnr I or- i Br ss I Incbmoor ::'ll. base, I:!ant 8. j "
its regular weekly meeting at Clutter's suffering two defeats in Montgomery I i j I Baars A Co It'r
\1 -i1 lent' !.. During i Kus bk Australia, 912. FaaerstonYor I 'j
.ro.. \lr. J iiiM there will hall tonight, and there will be through the alleged unfairness ofj'I Natal,to order i I n

;: H -- rV. --. at th church. 'Dining; addresses by prominent the umpire, Mahoney, returned this', NOTICE TO MARINERS. i j I

iifilled by other la-.I! speakers warm enthuM- morning and of Commander J H Hull. Inspector of ,
( speeches, every one them tell (Seventh Lighthouse district lias Issued ':

i a-m bad stories of their treatment following official notice: .l;
l arousing speeches. Every mem- very at Pencacola Kay and Kntrance-Navy t
If .. X413 the'II Oattr Hank: Buoy No 9. a necond-cla can I i
ran oil should attend the hands
and Democrats of the baseball people < ,
.: was ekt.inlistieil June 21, lw., on I
I unt street thi- niuru-1.' following bearlDKS.vlz:
'
'generally
are invited. generally in Montgomery.The i 1 beer Foint liearon Light 1-:. by N.
t'k. The big nnchinc i i 'I Fensacola Ltght-Housr. W. N W ?> W. I .
a n -J on thf rails with third and last game wa play- End of West(coal wharf navy yard, X.j .
.
\\
I dtlPlU.-h a..me deIt'tr FAMILY SEASON TICKETS ed yesterday afternoon and the Pen- i j I I I *This buoy 19 placed at the southeasterlypoint ;
of the nve-fathom curve off '' i! <
,
1 t-rf-ws-work-1 i I AT SICARI'S BATH HOUSEFrank sacolians lost in the unequal score of... navy yard and marks the channel to anchorage t
.. : .
I I gruuud for deep draught! vessels.g
It- accident ,
was j 9 to 4. The tyrant Mahoney um- I
\ 'A' 0\" wa wrenched Ii II I -- i .
i II I pired the game and would gir :;. NOTICE TO MAIUNERS.I .
I Higari will issue IOU family I I I Regulations of the Marine Hospital ';ervice
Owens what '
just was opposite to'II require tbe inspection of'l's..15 from
:
se uon tickets for baths at his splen 1 foreign ports ria domestic ports north 1
CONCERT strict fairness., The decision sol\ i Southern Maryland, but via such ports at | 'J
AND DANCE did bath house, fot
i a family of one Ship Island. here fall pratique is given '
to three at $l.W for the season aud thoroughly, disgusted the Pensacolapitcher for a southern port Intptction Is not prerequisite ;
to entrance,
IS POSTPONED i.for a family of from three up for two that he lost heart in the i i I
>
dollars. These season tickets will game and all the others did the lttTl'E.
;i i The Marine Hospital (Service has issued l
entitle the family to bathe wheneverthey same. the following" :
"('oa.Unl't'sg..l which known and
wish throughout the season.2lj1m. I are
t Concert band will The boys are kept busy today tell-1 I which are In regular trade with Florida
; from domestic ports of the United: tat..s.may
at concert and dance ing their friends here how they were enter without" detention or Inspection
f
with the understanding that If sickness of
lli'itl:; next Thurdaynight. Everybody has a right to a little treated. To say the least, it will 1 any character whatsoever shall deelopduring J
the to Florida shall
voyage ports
t" 1 1I piece of this earth. But they must probably be a long time before Pen- report to the quarantine officers for Inspection
I tight for it. They must watch their. and disposition." .

!:t'ifring, keen cutIrr'n I chance to get it. and get it. sacola's boys again go to Montgomery ,

Muwei"i, at the Thos. C. Watson & Co. for they got the worst of it. I THE SHIPPING. ; Ii'i
|
have some particularly flue bargains I
ItlrdlC/lre Co'stv i to otter just now. and they invite I An admission on the part of the VEtBKLH IN POUTBrHatten

t 'vou to come and investigate same. umpire in the grand stand yesterday I STEAM olf 51'9. i
\TKIJMKLOXS
You will never regret having done Hall, 137'. Wepper.er, to mare
CO'L 1 caused 'Ounwody Co
M.UIL'K to. j some remark. Mahouey I [
I Br Cbatton, Si-'l!Sanderson to W 5: Key-
stood and ser & I'o I
stated
up plainly that he
I Br Kgmont Cattle, Mt, Fugb. to Sullivan -

%S%%%%% %% 7 S., had been "instructed" to do as he j l Br Karlswood Lumber l'o, IWi, Brown, to W 8 I: Key- ,

did and to let Montgomery down per A Co
I pan Leonora, 17C, Bu.Unzlto iulf i,

f A l-KESll SHIPMENT OFf a light. | Transit lir 1-esreouli Co KIT. Ferry toSoutherland I

I Things looked dubious ]n. Is Co ; :
extremely ; KrLauKham, 171, Keatherton. to Jno A I
t1+ .'!: ; for Petnacola last night when the Merrltt dt 'olir I
i Saernunerl:1'IOootI\ll.to ordertier
,, .. yJ..SMITHRELD :
:Scotia.:"r. II aner totjulf l'mn.1t Co
receipts were not divided until with !
i i[ Hr Silverdale 111. nail, to Fensucola
HAMS. in a few moments before the departure .I Lumber CoKr
.. Twickenham, IHia. I'avts to ordl'r"HIP"

A : of the train. One of the men !I l .
1A Br Kings County. I-It.! Walter, to order |
r ?- i rrr_ r "jLJT"r ..
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said today: "I thought sure Rus ocean 14-1 Mat tssen, toSS L I o ;
.- wej i'
y; :i: would have to walk home HARKS
as w
5.i i Nor Arleniore, Iwo hansen, to order I
P JUST RECEIVED. k '' certainly expected uo division and j;;, Hors It Anna K: Marie, lli, Tlato, to I'.ntaseo

no favor at all since we had been ,1: NurAl' "xandrrLaw're0cellYliaasersrn, I
I I to W M Ke\nrt'ii i J ; <
; = robbed of what was | It Bersiftllere; I"ll, Ferko, to tIt8T!. lluni j
justly our 0":1.1 J
FRESH FLORIDA SYRUP : -- i jwIXlfdlit
j I i ind It Klm-tone.'C.Capuro: <
| If a Man Lie to You, iI 1 Nor Hugo. MV. H an ,l'n. border i,
,
i Dan Norma, Sot, Albertsen, to Baari
'. .\ say some other salve ointment, 'Uunwodytl'o :
f 1GALLON: JUGS, 75cts PER GALLON Kiss Kbea.sMs Nyroos, toord..r :
lotion oil or alleged healer is as good Nor ttunbeam, tti. Andersen to order
It Thomas. *H. Lauro. to order '
as Bucklen's Arnica tell him
Salve ,
e It irRinia.ry: '.V">iali>, to Kosa-iCO Bros
;cis 11.EitILI: thirty sears of marvelous cures of KKKNTSE. '! :

i I Piles, Burns, Boils, Corns, Felons, Br '-kOllaI\j Le..,t J KfiLCo !
M. "ellull ERS. I
\ F. Gonzalez & Co's Corn Meal kk l'lcers. Cuts, Scalds Bruises and Skin Br !tlatJ Darling 111, .Albany to I'\lmp.
i !son t l'O i
i Eruptions prove it's the best and Am Mary Sanford l:t, M:Uonaid,tolJnO: I
f, r.xci.rsiVKLV.: i cheapest. 25 cents at W. A. D'Alem-i 1 .\ MernttACu I I Ij : !

berte's drug store. i ii irAXTEHWhite :
i i iw 8ACOLA j I
SOL I \'r.aU. I 8TBAX8HtP8. I ; : '
& A ,
CAHN CO.
{ ; Llansannor, Hr. yf*, Crouton at Rio Jai i
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= I i -------------- -- i i : niero t I

i \\ girl to do general,1housework. Portueolete, Ir. :Jenkins, ut Hamburg : ,
I II
> > Apply at No 11 *out h : Mayi1"
( STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS I! spring street. llt'tl' l' BVKkS :: ;!
,
I Io.rn.r :Antonio era,7-F,M.1 Pnlma May 1;
Bico, It std Table Rae Mr25.
I
\ Palafox and Intendencia Streets. f? Marbton $ Quina carrythe / '1)I1"eIount; It,sid Leitn Jan 12 ; I
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largest line matting ,

; ,c 1;3. v-* ** Pcnsacola, Fla. = \rugs, window shades, etc., Crab sand fishing j

I''m the cityWe lay our 1 J tackle to suit everybody, at '

X %% S. matting free. i the Willis Hardware Co's.l :

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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 10,1902


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IA STORY OF MISS VIRGINIA GRANES GIRL'S FROCK SAVED TRAIN. I

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One Person Two Children Prevent Fast Train from c MISS FAY LEE

:I OLD VFRGWfA; Tells How Hospital PhysiciansUse Dashing! To Destruction. I ,
President or the Shakespearian Club Kansas
Tells AnotherABOUT i and Rely upon Lydia E. ; New York. July 9.-Eldrldge Finkle, City

IOriginatjBefore 1'inkham's Vegetable Com 15 years of age and tie sister, 13, I V

KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE. have saved a train on the Poughkeep- Your booklet came to my nervous tension. The: n'l'1
the war the Bentley family pound. home like a of hulth soon begin to give
ale and Eastern railroad from bein; message way u. .r
of Virginia owned a large! estate on .. when I had suffered with j the strain.You perhaj}
fat's Why It. Sl. U locr**$log II RapIdlyso DEAR MR*. )ITwelveyear wrvked by flagging the locomotive hu chef backache and bear at unusual distur!
Chesapeake bay. The storm of war ; continuous service at the sick a any a:
tht rt must b. SomtthlSC Just in time to prevent it from rolling Iag4ovvnpalas. Iwuwtak, or laugh or weep, h/st. ,.
i swept our it twice, once during the led in some of our prominent hospitals -
!. Merit Alter All. : as well as at private homes, has upon spreaded rails, which would have nervous and hysterical and v tally, at no apparent <$uTha'tiswhat
after whk-li it restored
devolution, was ,
given me varied experiences with the thrown the engine and cars, four bad not consulted any doctor, Miss Fay ];.

Fair minded! people always admit it and once during; the civil war since diseases cf women. 1 have curbed some freight one mall and one coach downa thinking it would pan away j 6)3-j'Sorth) Seventh str- .

when they find an article of merit. If which time: it has tarn divided and is I steep embankment. In time, but instead I found ti Kansas City Kansas: t

It has done them good they want it to now owned iu part by former slaves The children were gathering! raspberries that the pains Increased and coming herself to when she nor.
I de by taking Win
help others too. Thousands bear were more frequent. X11 .f
and their; descendants. near Boston Corners, Duchess ddd Vine of Catdui Cardai. The Wine
witness to the wonderful curative to try caw la, z... caj
qualities of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It.. burins; the early part of tLe last I county, and the boy noticed that the and in a short time was much her strong,healthy wr aa:

it the only preparation which positively !i century young George Bentley came i.t rails were spread. The girl wore a improved. seemed to ad like a chirm. again, as it has made: a ciiii ,n .-r

and completely digests any I i into the possOMioa! of the property He I red frock, and as the children knew I kept up the treatment and the result women strong and healthy. By in ..>

rood food eat. No one disputes I was most satisfactory. Words fail to ex ing regular menstruation tie eT\';r,
you may fell in love with a French girl, Jeannette that the train was almost due, they
the fact that some other digest-t i i had press my gratitude for the suffering that system is relieved of the terrible was! ,j
hurried consultation the
la Tour and married her azainsthis a on I In fine health
ants! partially accomplish;; this result. I IS oow saved me. am drain The ligaments which h a l..tph"iaUy
PejXn: for instance, is found in the mother's wishes lie-fore the old I track.. With the red dress in his and mentally. I can only ray womb in place are strengthened by a

healthy: stomach. When it is lackinsr, lady dltd she sent for care of the Louse TL hand the lad started up the track to 'thank you', but there" is much more in healthy flow and that organ ii rf*un:e

the patient takes pepsin and it helps meet the train. He Had not gone 300 my hurt for you. ,,
servants ,Joe and said to him. l to its normal position. R *:ur
,
him. But pepsin digests only album r fee rthen it came al ng. It was a': |EARING-DOWN pains are the result. This

inous foods like meat and eggs. Maybe "Jo.>. I lUll convinced that csy son'swife '. '" '} c Ian of the road where fastest time Is [>> worst that women ]mow. If health Wine of is Cardui the has done fir tl is w a:

there's plenty of pepsin and a lack I will be his ruin You and he I -' ".. el the other Then It be uncertain
digestants. need not
when little
played together jou wire .; : !I. about S5 miles an hour. The frantic you
drs no pood. That's the trouble with I I h. ' "-
:uiiUien. and though: you are his! bey. j jI I o .:!may.? waving of the red frock by the
the other preparations. They don't'contain .r"t.. :- and back that feel as if heavy weights Advisory Department, The I ..
all the die tants. Kodol know you love Liu. Keep a watch I ... : / boy was enough to warn the engineerand the of the
\.... / / were pulling down on nerves noogaMedicine: Company: ,Clat'a: ,
Dy-r psla Cure contains them all. It over his wife, and if you find that she i iis yIa3 yirrrxi.t Gr.c.s.. be brought his train to a standstill stomach are "bearing-down pains". Tenn., describing all your i-

digests any pood food you .vant. Youdon't :.LNut to bring; discredit
have to dit. The feeling offalr.cs ha i warn Liu." ]I distressing cases of inflammationand I ous trap. present but they are growing worse. sent Secure a -I.00 boat : ,
aft*'r eating; i-; immediately That headache which nearly drives you.
you
i
4 ulceration of the ovaries womb. .
and
J'V tLe
lauue letjuired I'ruihle. : of Cardui from drug !tt
relif'ti-4l11Y Kcdol J If"r.ep"i.Cur distracted now is caused by the terrible your ;
"I ua K jJ. I Dyspepsia l Cure for dyspepsia! eel:: after old Mrs., It'ntil'ild.. I hare known that d.x-tors used Lydia MANY MILES FOR A HUSBAND.

sad it en .. n r<. <. ( ,,t on-?. I cmI.UUy It was uot ljuz before Joe dNeoveredth.il I J:. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I, I
r<-,' amend U" E D. \Viltlamson, when el-* failed A million saferi- -' .
Crr<.fff\rto-O C'I his jouu L.btl'r'life Lad a i : everything I Sylvia Pio Goes To Denmark To Wed of CARDVI have -
with their patients. I have advised WINE fafCri
t 1..1 '!ly.p p-i f t In Its worst form and feat iun'r. George; Ik-utiey LiuiM-lf was not I! my I Count Knuthburg. .
rnl"rrat;, n .rttoftl!" tlii.g, until I used Kodoll patients and friends to use it and have
>j
I E*. Slrg.W. W. -anvr, Ul1lh.rd.l'a. for his 1 rowlf, Joe would have let Four years ago I had falling of the I has been an employe in the civil

Kodol Dyspepsia Cure mattt-rs take their course"!: .\.. it was, I womb from straining in lifting a heavy I service department at the city hall in THE NEW
GROCERY
Le Jeaiiuette patient and knowing of the value of STORE.MOVER
Cures all Stomach Troubles. kept an eye on Bentley, Chicago has started for Denmark h"': .
and her herhur your Compound I began to use it at
one day, toeing mount native land where she is to -- -- ---- -
Pr parnl only by E.C Dr.WiTT Co.,Clilcaso.Tiittl. once and in six weeks I was well once marry 0:0:
buttle! contains timfstbe:iI\:. size.DeWITT'S "-e and ride away, Le followed her Count Knuthburg, a member of ol
one
more, and have had no trouble since.I .
at a distance: She rode ou to a bridge the most illustrious and
have had
am most pleased: : to an opportunity wealthy tam WILL
Witch Hazel SALVE and waited. Joe crawled thruuh some I to say a few words in praise of I ilies of the country

A certain cure for pies: and skin diseases. bu+Le> and found a good position YllUr.get.l..Je Compound, and shall I Miss Pio met Count Knuthburg, whc

I der the bridge.; He HoOD (Leard Ul.'I'I take every occasion to recummi:nd it."- I was traveling around the world, at Miami Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stockof

i sound of Lorse'6 Loofs and Cyrus :'II?VIRGINIA. GRASES.-fsooo frrfttt if
Harfris Phmr.acyJohu Sheppard : a ,
Fla., last January. Louis! Albert Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.
limit testunon al is not qtnmne.Lydi.i
S. Kahn. i
Hftherinctou, the lover, joined! the i
I I:. Pinkham's Vegetable Francis Pio, father of Sylvia inaugur.

-- --' I young; wife. Joe overheard them arranging Compound has stood the test of ated the Danish liberal party in 1S71 No 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block I
a plan to elope together to
time and has cured thousands.Mrs. J but he lost in the
i early struggles! anJ TELEPHONE 327.
LUMBER PLANT BURNS DOWN. France, Jeannette taking; with her alarpe
Pinkham advices sick women I was banished. The liberal movement, 1
of which her husband
i; Fire Discovered in Thomaston Too ; was sum keeping money at bone for the purpose free. __Address, Lynn, Mass. I II however, finally triumphed in Den WUb

I mark. In July. 1900, King Christian ICE AND
off The
Late to Conquer. i if payiiig; a mortgage.; I
If> I Bentley .eeame suspicious that the boy organized the first liberal In .
Thorna'ton Ga., July 9.-Fire was rubbery and CgLt! were to take place : ministry
and 12: o'clock. was deceiving! him and violently ordered the history of the country. WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER '
, dlsrovtred )'hT+ rday morning atJ that night between 11 I : TRADE
!font: to make a clean brea>t. Joe. After this
o'clak in the plan! of the King & AIkn Joe was too wise to bring on the I coming to country Pir
, f.nduie that the whole plot must come : t'itabll.hed a Scandinavian colony in THIS :SUMMER THAN EVER rEF( RESEND
Lumber company liffore any bloodshed that was sure to follow!
out gave the required! Information I Florida, calling it the White
of the City. Today
attempt to extinguish th" flames couldf should he inform his master
Gfrf Bentley with the ferocity of a : : it is a thriving town. US YOUR ORDERS NCW.
He armed himself and went to
plot
le matht! ,? company's houses anJ She I
his wife's
f liter: rushed to room. I I
etorape rooms t're a mass of fire. I the appointed lendt-zvous. Riding; from Olsen
was: not tLere."Joe.1 Thompson & Co.
The blaze was discovered bursting I there in the direction! HetUenngton! Lt- bald when he returned, I When Other Medicines Have Failed ,

would come, Le met him thrust a revolver
iti way through the root on the westtrn "my raotLer was right, and I was Take Foley's Kidney Cure. It has Manresa Street '
in Lis face, disarmed him and Telephone 1 ; .
,
..II.i 1 and next to the Thomast WrotH I sinned against: her, and I : cured when everything else has dis '

oil n. !Ca: This latter plant caught took Lis! papers cousistiu of letters have sinned: against you. Go to theI I appointed. Sold by W. A. D'Alttn- I

fire ifi atedly.. but by persistent H- from Jt'lDTII'tteIt'nte! and other white cottage and take Maggie home berte, 121 South Palafox street. ESTABLISHED 1863.
of the intended robbery.IletLeringxou .
pr-jofs
forts 't the fire fighter; was sav1?.I' with yt-u. From this! nicht: you and --
appeiind, and Joe I
from 'iti-trurtioD.: The Macon anlnirmirpham turned to the plantation. lIe hadmarried ,!:e are free. Tomorrow I will sign Medical Society, Attention McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
d -pot was also constantly free ,
your papers. There will
a juadroon girl when she was be a regular meeting of
n.naU: by the fir*. .It'au:ette Uentley was never seen I at' o -DSALBB819- 0
he Pensacola Medical
old :MrIUntlej's maid, and the couple Society
The !gas is estimated at from 12.001)\ again at the plantation. HetLeringtou; he Board of Health off.ce at E
Jf-e after
were devoted to each i.tLrr.
to tZ: 5"" Th* tiiBuraiirp is $l.i,00, i leaving IK-therinrfoa; sought his cabin joined: Uw ut the rendezvous, und they o'clockpm.Tueaday. July 22. ,I Ship Chandlery and General >Hardware>

The dwf-llir.n of William MaulJin: <. went abroad togetLer. Joe Lad not i Visiting physicians are cordially i; ,
and his Ma,; -i.'. Approaching Le sawno
valued at ll.wl.. and uninsured, was Go- only saved his master from being robbed Invited to attend. I 80S AND 805 S. PALAJ'OX STREET.
liirLt. TLe place was empty.
also d, Mro>'ed liy fire h re last night. uii to the nearest cabin, he eagerlyuiadt but fron committing! murder. The DR.W. C. DEWBERY President. :i. A.GENOY

I I and told that his stare was commended for his wNdomby I I REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROERLING'S
Contract Signed for Art Gallery. : ? ImjuirifS! was DR. L. DE I. BLOCKER KONH CO"B
St Loris' wife Lid: been sold. Hastening: to the every one, though his master atrlrst n25ttf Secretary. I GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU6SEL & BON'S PUMPri.'
.lnly''u-TITP contract has rt'n.tt..1 that he had not been in.I I

been rgn"d! and the bond filed" for the ', manor at the house sideboard Le found pouringout her young a glasof master formed time! to kill tLe couple. Lat.i i Sum 6trdii Ptlits fills, liolicil lostriDiits, dads, litkin, Iktln .

erwtion of th" art gallery: of the Ixiuisiaca er he Mi-tired a divorce and married : MYERS PRESENT COM PASSES. LOOS ETO.
brandy.
I'un-happ <'x;>ostion.! This is It then that Le real C. McKenzie Oertin for
"Mars' George," he said, choking! again. was fully ? Collecting; Agent Bar Pilots' Benevolent Aaso
the! largest single! contrart that will S/etl how faithful and how farsighted! BUT NOT VOTINGSenate elation.
back Ills tears, "we's played to::eddtr
tie taken 'tr..f'r the ., """ ""
pxtosition' divi- "*
| Joe Lad I"'cn In saving him from n
: as chlllen, and now yo' goia' fou to
skin of works, and with the sculpture, 'I double murder. lIe Joe a small
ruin me." pave Bill 29, A bill to be entitled,
8grfRat- over $1.11111.11"< worked : The Star
It Is
i "What U it, Joe?" asked Bentley plantation. being today "An act to require railroad companiesin Laundry
by the former slaves descendants. ,
I shamefacedly. the state to erect cattle yards and
Too Late To Save Corn
Crop. MARTIN CRANE BORLAND
New Grl.ans.) fl. Rains -'. "lll' say yo' done I'oltlmy Maggie.: crossings on their lines of railroadin
July -
repoPd Busiest Best !
Bentley did not reply! for some time, Biggest 1
yesterday and last night at Virks- Acts Immediately. certain cases. The Journal shows ,
then said:
'rnrit. :Meridian.' Summitt and Collin, "TLat isn't true. She isn't sold." Colds are sometimes more troublesome that Mr. Myers was present but did

Miss Allport.. howp\er, that the "Then wLar is she?" in summer than in winter, it'sso not vote. Pages 399400, Senate Journal
hard to keep from adding to them An Evening Call on
rain came too 'late: to save the corn Another silence, then another reply: while cooling off after exercise. One 1893. 28june1w ;

rrop. :Many farmers above Summittrp "Well, I've lien away all day and Minute Cough Cure cures at once. Your Swell Friends

planting M \ican June coin. I gate: orders that Maggie should betaken Ai solutely safe. Acts immediately.Sure I'rnr-U"loiam Keueeee Eight Away
tod makes a s,*Ciy end of-coiuiu and co!n
to the white cottage""hat cure for coughs colds, croup you wil! find will be warmly :
King's Wound Healing. throat and! lung troubles Hargis' ----- -- -.-- '
Ptal ruae John Sheppard and Sidney w\I1 t; celved: if you are well and neat
or.ilrtn. July 9--Follnning Is tr! TLi-i time there was no reply. L +

tmlMin i>n+ted at nurkingharn: palate laN' Georco.; said Joe "I jM! Kai.L. LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS (I s-us, aM dressed and your linen i is irrepr....

rppardir king IMvxard's condition at dune jo' a little favah. I reckon wlicnj.r I able. A woman of refiuen

10 nVItirk this mornlu The king',; know 'lnjut it jo'll plb me back mj CA-STOTHA. .
a K:i YJ Hare >'* 303jtl OF PYTHIAS ; always gauges; a man's; well bit i
avj ,
.. Bean tie A
progrpsf if nintrnij'tod d. His maj. tty Maggit: ; :
I ..i stiiicu by the condition of his li ,
: '
sleeps w-.H ai.:.' is gaining stn-ngt.i' "\ favor? WLat favor' f -e ; #..I-- : Pens&col Lodge. No. 3, K of P. ,
/ and fce into her ,
Th mind i- -Ii.\\ ;> healing (Signed) "Hefure mstis! died! she said to me I of meet every Monday ever f goe presence

Tre\ -s. l a k::.: I'.irlow." to "watch over yo'r Iar'i' George to see I II -- .----- lug at >:'iu at Castle Hal L moreJ with beauty when hw -.

dat ninLiii' L.int'tis him: I'ze been i: There's lot of money to be madeIn / t In tile Bloanl> W. tioiHallding f I I collars and cuff have been do:.'
third fioor.VUltiog
real tate-Iots of it. A real t '
estate
Il.watdan'! null l'\e saved yo' from be-1 brethren eorduil t, ,.. Y' y ? et at the Star Laundry.
Cures Eczema and Itching Humor I sign i i* usually a flnser-board to welcomed .l
: in' rob I It'd. Mars' Jeorce, ef 1 done j I .
Through the Blood-Costs' Nothingto wealth. Thos. C. Watson & H A. LFE
Try It. prove to ju' dat I saved jo' money, will j II Co. the leading Heal Estate firm ': H. HOaeLza6.R&8.
,
n. B. 15. H.\tnr.ie Blond Balm i* )o' rib HIP back my Iagcie?"* bave some offer which it wouldbe ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goods CallEd for and DeliTere ::.C

"I will, Jeoe." worth your while to consider. Go
. 1 now rec-'t'tilzpa; a* a certain aid .ure JIH. produced papers taken from and see them to-day and don't wait 6.R&8.ain TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.

cur" for Ki-zpun. Itching akin, Humor till to-inorrow.
Jeannette
Hetherinirton. Withholding _ I !
Mhhcale \, Hli
*, : -* tfry <- -ntley's letters Bentley seized them WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager.TIME .
Marston sole
tern., I'lniplpAi'ljins:: Hone* or and scanned them eagerly. $ Quina are

Joints. R'ii-! Carbuncle 1'rickllii? "TLe infernal scoundrel!" be eiclaim- agents for the celebrated I d TABLE.

Pain in tl.e Skin Old Kutu Gore, I ed. "How did you get these?" Odorless refrigerators, _

Ulcer efc. liotanic, Hod! n slut Joe tried In vain to give Hetherington's -
: absolutely guaranteed or LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IS .
taken internally, cure the worst and part in the plot without revealingthe I I.W.HARPER EFFECT DECEMBER I, 1W1
refunded.LA'VV
part taken by his master's wife. I I money -
moat deep-*eat"d case It>y enriching, KENTUCKY
punfyiu and vitalizing the blood I I New Orleans and Mobile.

thereby giving a healthy blood -apply WHISKEY -

to the fkin. Botanic Blood Halmn DEPARTMENTI -..,. So.fl. 10.4. No.2. I I %'0.1. .so.I.-Oo, a
1.1:1.: UI m U06p'L..TO..I'.D..colaArTl'u 1 :Ma 4,'IJp t.oIIp:
the only cure to stay cured, for 9:5) a 2:07 p lu5 a Lt'an.... t-Iomaton.._ Leave 2&S a t10 p I, 7 :S p
theee awful, annoying; kin troubles I II:!)} a :22p t:5S a Lttan.._ Mobile -Leave It.3Jo't'' 1.1S n 6,1.10 P
Other remedies may relieve, but H. -OF- 'tV. ........_.. 9Stp: 7:311. LUTe _.,"..tv Clrlnn'. Leave 1 s:". P 7:, _

H. B. actually cures, heals every I North.
sore, and gives the rich plow of John B. Stetson University I II

health to the skin It. 15. B. build up I 8011 IT b Damliiisser Bros. No. t. So. '. Fo.l So. 1lIOOpm
the broken-down body and make* Do Laud Florida. : I I I 12:15pm Leave___ .. ola..Arrln IfJOpm 61).am
I 8:16. m 8:51 pm Arnn.. yt ontgomeryleave 1It6 I m 8:15 p mIIW
blood red and nouri hint. O"erisiO I
the
JOHN K. FOIU1ES.. IMi. I)., President ALBERT KAKKAII, LU B., DUD 1m 8:0 pm ArnveBtrmngbam! .Lean 113;$ a m 4.5 p m
voluntary testimonials: of cure '. 1lla Arrive_atibYllle _Lean ..
7
: 5pm m
by Botanic Blood Balm
rugUt, *. 11. Trial treatment free TWO'F.K8' lOl'R'iE-Tbe Law Department of Job B. Stetson University gives 7o a m II: IIl m .Arrive..Kt.Louts..Leave ArrlveClnc1nn.t1LuYe 8011 pm 11:15 p mTem
and prepaid by writing Blood Balm: a two-year.'tour'*. Ixading to the decree of LL. H : Iyj pm" 4:15pm 4dpm
KUKEE AI'l1rs To THE B.\R-The diploma of the Law Department of John B. !
PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
Co., Atlanta 0.1. Describe trouble,' Stetson University admits the Bar. !I art thi aoit bul! .< all ....
and free medical advice gives: until FURTHER: I INFORMATION the Announcement oflm--3,and all
other de.
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i No. 21-Daily No. I-lJail.so l atop where time not shown i No. '-DaU) No. J-j) '
cured. IIre11nformatiOn Law DepartmentaddresALBERT s1ts. ..
J. FARRAH. Dean of Law: Department, 11:56 pm Teo a m an_.. &_ 10:1\1) pm -soap; -

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t 12:11I": 7:11" ...- Yne.tra ? 19:34" I
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kitchen utensils at the,, Diet phytleUni u tht fat hiKifeiy 1:33" 8:3 _CreatTlew._ 1:11" 4'e)
I 100" 1M __Deer Land-.. 8.6" 1:31
Willis Hardware Co.'s.The EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LLJX, President tad Blddtt tfoublo. 11" 1:18 __ Mossy Head 8:.) 1:18
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tto 161' .Pol1ce d. Leotl.- TII": 1.11
man who owns his own home I and Meran Workshops.Separate Departments.Splendid Department Sixteen for Buildings.Women in Extensive the Newcomo Libraries College.Laboratories W. A. D'ALEMBEBTE. 6:00". 10:10' __We.t.tlle__ T17" 1x6
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insures! I Tulane makes leaders In all rocatlons. Us facilities for Instruction are unsurpassed 1.11" 10SJ' _Boultay..r 156" I r. '
trouble and worry. Nobody CaD I In t be South. Etgnty-stx!: instructors and 13 students lat session. Many scbolarkhlpsin All creditor legatee, distributees and 8:00" 10i7 II II _'b1pley__ .. 87" 14
' raise bis! rent, and the rent day has! the academic department open to Louisiana boys. Expenses of scholarship student I all persons having claim or demand 8:3) lln" .m _Cotton ale'o 1:14" I2M A.C02
ss for him. It's! easy to own I JlTifor .# ,ion. Board and lodging in dormitories at low rates. Opportunities afforded against the estate of Fred Bauer, deceasedare TOO" 1I5: II ..-.Marianna.- 8:00" 11.11
no terrors academic students for sell-belp. imhe Academic Colleges, no boy,If properly prepared required to present them to the undersigned T:80" ll.s II _C1preu 5y 11.d lID
A home now-a-da;can ou.hC.,I 'for college work, will be turned away from inability to pay tuition. Kext session be. within two years T:6a" 1lM" ..Grand Ridge_ II I.ti II II:
Watson fe Co. tell lini October lit Send for Catalogue.Address I MAX L. BEAR.jlooawtw Toj"' 12:06 noon a __ Kneads IU" I',0 "

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY JULY ID. 1302.i .


-- OPPORTUNITY. I .- the voters of each precinct shall vote

for a member of the executive committee

He was a yokel, freckled and tanned, PillsThis from his precinct and the candi-
I Who stood with a rope in his horny hand Tutt's date for the executive committee receiving
II And tried
ta Inveigle fractious
I
goat the
II highest vote cast shall bea
I To give him a chance to encircle his threat
With the rope.It I member of the executive committee
the until his successor shall be chosen in
was
goat
contrary impelled ;
popular remedy never fails to .
Thar laughed at the yokel and rope he effectually cure the year 1904. !
i held Qualifications of Voters.
And wouldn't admit for a moment that he j I I Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick Those, and only those persons shall

Was 10 foolish Le, as t'other had thought him 1 I Headache, Biliousness be permitted to become candidates be-

lie should hope! And ALL DISEASES arising from a I fore or to vote at or participate 1
I in the management of this primary for Infants and Children. ;j

Then raced the two all over the field Torpid I Liver and Bad DigestionThe election who are white democratic eJectors It

(The man wouldn't stop, the goat wouldn't natural result is good appetiteand duly registered for the election Ca"tnria i is a harmless substitute for Cantor Oiit Paregoric
J
yield) solid flesh. Dose small; elegant. Iy 'in' the 1900 Drops and Soothm-r Syrups It is Plea>ant. It '
Till what with the steps! they had run sugar coated and easy to swallow. 14th days year of June., or on the who 12,13 and contains neither Opium .Morphine nor other Narcotic :-
and retraced. fake 1902 declare substance. It destroys Worms and allays 'en'rioohn/Ols.
No
Substitute- 1 their
They found that the chase and pursuit adherence to the principles and
It cures Iiarrliua aid hind Colie. It relieves Teeth-
k.
had embraced I organization .
the
of democratic
party,
Trouble and
jug cures Constipation. It regulates the
Quite
a scope. national state
Tired of flight, the goat turned around they Voted, and the county who, if Stomach and liowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. .
at
,t.--'f 1 liquid for governing or And brushed with his whiskers the battle THE PRIMARY : held next preceding'regular such primary election The Chadreu's: "auacea-The Mother's friend., .

r .1 the once flow in of every women's lunar month menses > Then dash ground.lowered his head and proceeded to I I election cratic ticket then national voted the state demo-and The Kind You Have Always Bough


BRADFIELD'Sfemale ] 'Twixt flash.the yokel's legs in a fractional ELECTION CALL i county the who state are lawful by electors the lawsof of 1 Bears the Signature of ;

Slick as soap! the election district in whic-H they

Regulator ;:; There was his chance! Had the yokel i -- offer to vote, who have paid their poll !

"r .i i uality cf powerful herbs. I grabbed !, taxes legally due not less than ten
.-:Urged essence best adapted \ His horns he'd have had the fugitive nab- +j A primary election of the democratic days before such primary election is } '

.'. ,u ale organis-in, and put ia bed I i: party will be held in Escambia county held, and who shall, when challenged
But he and then
with
didn't
a hopelessHe
Y L it it is always properly : wall Florida, on the 15th; day of July, A. D. by any elector, pledge in writing upon
1 : .1 1 taken into the system | caught at the brief inexpressible tail I 1S02:!, for the purpose of nominating oath before an inspector his honor to I In Use For Over 30 Years. \
_. npjircssion' painful l or other I Un the lope. abide by and support the result of such :1
| .if er.raVN tOY.aM. 11 rV..a1 .r.r [w.e.. e1TI :
1.1 tl.e menses and sickly flows j jt You know of course or hear It from meA I( candidates for the following offices: primary, and vote for the nominees
,ii I and cured by the regular goat's tail's not long as a tail ought to :. One United States Senator. I therefor. -= =------------ 1:
I f
:j'l'rwr emmenagogue. be, I One Representative in Congress, 3rd I The inspectors to conduct this eJecTtion I.
And when he
the tail
so grabbed wasn'tthire. NOTICE.I.
.' a, or jtriodic flows, neces- I District. will be selected by the commit fro. REMOVAL i

.',. n;# down of cells lining the And the goat was exciting the yielding air One Justice of the Supreme Court. tee at a meeting to be held at the Awarded 1C.COO at Tarb 1 : t
Ti'>rane and a rt construction ; t'p a slope. One Secretary of State. office of Judge T. R. McCullagh, at
':, knees, which is ;rcoiipa- I Now here is the moral: You needn't try II One Comptroller.Two 7:30 p. m., June 24, 1902. This committee I Dr. G. H. Tuttle, IE. ,
.
tVcil congestion and loss of Tu latch Opportunity that's gone l<)'. Railroad Commissioners. will meet at Judge McCul- J I
< !h inges are wry apt to pro- For his tall is the briefest that ever wasIDun'l I One State Senator, :2nd District. I lagh's office at 8 o'clock, Saturday!; Dr. J. G. Heard,
hang near as lung as a goat's tail
iitarrh. Ler.corrhea or does). Two :Members of the House of Kenresei.tatives. night July ID, 1902: for the purpose ofcanvassing ,) PNAlMCHEWINE
n-f thee irritating disKejiutator If you're after old Oppnr., jou're sure to the vote and announcing I i DENTISTS. '

cures these troubles I! find One Tax Assessor.One the result of said election, and the Inspectors -
.
i I Ittxiiiig 7 and II. 5Ia*n"ir' Trni >lp.
i effect! her 1th the patient 1 That > ou can't head him off if you get be- Tax Collector. will have then and there the j CORDIAL |

:' r titbiliuttin losses h.r4J. lOne County Treasurer. returns of said election: if they have ; All branches nt surgical Operative and i
B3.ltmore105.. j Hij'icsl recommendations for cure of Poorness tecliIllCHl
-t. fl b Ule.it t.'hllnlr'alll"Qtl8ry pt'rlormt'dlIb E
.per i __.____ _____ i ij | Five County Commissioners. I not been already forwarded to the ol Blood, Momich troubles and General De- (kill.Spfclnl i iI
<- 1 "Hk mailed: free, Three :Members of the County Board chairman of this committee biii'y lniret e< the at-retire strengthens
.1 kath for "'omen"IL ,j Big Shortage of Treasurer. I the acmes tad builds up the entire t>stem.S3 I attention tiUfii to l'hlldrE'n' i
:'of Public Instruction. C. B. 1'\IlK 1 III.I.. '
r"rthtoidnn0 I'orcrlaia Killing, Crown
D REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta Gl.tul Rolling Fork Miss., July 9.-S. Do-1 I One Justice of the Peace for Distr.ctXo. I DAN MURPHY Chairman. I, rue IOnirutPARIS and trulg.'l>r -j '
vcr treasurer of Sharkey county, I hdeelarrrl
One. Secretary. i'.t-et Material; Competent 'IUII'I11t'OI.: .
- i, by the board of supervisorsto > One Constable for Districts Nos. I i:..Fouirrra .1 Tn. IIi i
be a defaulter to the of 1'1 tcriiln. VI. Telepbune No
amount $2S.- 13.4,5, 6. i
..t "tnnillnsc Hork.ji OiR Yesterday! was the regular time j One Chairman of the County Esecutive ,, INSPECTORS AND CLERKS.I r

ml I ( the store from : for the trrs>.*ur,T to make his reports Committee. ---- I I '

i:. ik gi-t-4 its name is I to the hoard.r is said that Dover ad. j i i iKitted One Secretary of the County Eu.1 The following named parsers have i I

the shortage: stating that he j tive Committee. I been appointed by the Democratic! WING HOP GO.litigortrrs
'1' n k ami his SQiia\wire: had spent the money. Dover was elected i\ One member of the ('ountexecuti'e Executive: Committee of Esiambfaj 1 &

,1-I VMI tie :Missouri river I treasurer in 1S9.Poisoning Committee in and for Precincts 'os. !j county, to conduct the primary dec These tiny Capsules :iresupenon

ii ritivts at .\ ilitant! I i. one to twenty inclusive. I IThe tion of July 13: 11102, in their respec I j I to Balsam of Copaiba, .

I r.oIt Yatt-s now is the I state Executive Committee has I live precincts under the rules of the t 1 Cebelb and Injection 'I and healers In- r.
DY
j the 'prescribed the rules and regulations State and County Democratic Executive -II
,',,: "'111:'''' lot surprising System. j TV ia the
i cure 48 I
; of the primal'or state officers in-1: Committees and the instructions y U'1" Chinese and Japanese i fFancy
? ',"i.1 t.o fell desperately| It is through the bowels that the j te1or Jiwvw .
'UJI"ltIly 1D' >nn
eluding the State Senator and mem- that will be furnished them: I
t.. nf the tc-ars and -nuful )oily is cleansed of impinities. Con- hers of the House of Representatives, Precinct Xo. 1.-O. C. Clifford, Jno. t .t n'' ,.11 0 Hr "I OrtCGKISTS: Goods, !
,: wife lie r fu-.-i] stiiiatiou keeps these poisons in the ]i land the
Executive Committee Rich
County M. Sr., inspectors; R. L. Rob I
t.i! Jvurut-y IT in any system, causing headache dullness''at a meeting held in the office of I erts, clerk.. FINE CHINA TEAS, :'l'i
I
but n>olv.l to stay and melancholia at first, then un- 'County Judge McCullagh on the ICth I. Precinct No. :2.! Frank Marx, Ash 31 South Palafox St. ;l'''

I 11,1 tiisHtt-J F'lunw exHies :'sightly illness unless eruptions a and remedy finally is applied.serious day of May, 19u2; provided rules and Craw)', inspectors! ; John Da'cnport.rkrk. I' Every Woman Laundry Office. Pensacola, Fla.NOT1CK. .
and her tears regulations as follows, in accordance .
It. Ie\\'itt's Little Early Risers ; Is iulvrreicil and tlwnM know ____ ___ __h_
a -. totav\ the place! Jlt'e'entthis ; with the 'platform and regulations of I Precinct Xo. 3.-C. H. lioyett, W. J i,, ''e ,>,t' Shoutthewunbrfull1 .
trouble
u, .1 1 M she stepped back by stimulating the liver the State Executive Committee for the Wilkins, inspectors; C. II. Kupfrian. M4R1I1 Whirling Spray
and inornate easy, healthy action of nomination of candidates for Tax Assessor cleik. E, She iww tylulNrrLF., 1RK. I have been authorized to take
I' shf had U'l'U sitting: ; the bowels. These little pills do not t rroauxel fulfil'*. Itea- a1Mta.Inrreptnu
Tax Collector County Treasurer Precinct No. 4.-S. P. Hendrix Mark subscriptions forVm.. J pnttingeHryan'6
1 o ...... Tlu-if she has rt1- i act violently, but by strengtheningthe m o t CV.nTM imti "The Commoner.
II
County Commissioners, School Hurd, Jr., inspectors; John Langren paper,
r I' .'. a staiiilin:; rtpruath' bowels enable them to perform Hoard, and :Members of the Executive I clef k. : -- ..ril and mister and t'i their own \voik. Never gripe or distress Committee If hf'innot uimij! tlit vance. Those desiring: the paper '
: Precinct No. 5.-.\. J. Busbee. W. n. '
.1 In| a faint stretch tf the llargis' Pharmacy, John Sheppard | The names of the candidates for | WI'an'r. inspectors; H. 1Frater., liiiiralf-1 errbnt.rnda.uip/tell.lunikwiiH hillY.... s, can have it sent to them by sending 1
'1 tin' MaudiDa; rock from and Sidney Kahn. these different county offices and members -I Ii clerk. full Iran,,-ulan and"<1ir<..tion In- i (1.00 to the undersigned \ :

.' '"i. v ;:d>> its name can be I of the Executive Committtee must Precinct Xo. G.-T. J. Da\'i sonC., H taluaidetoladteaM1N1t.lp| ., 4 H.M. ROCHE, j

"' .'utlinrs ,.( a W01l411.I 1 Fran to t'oIlO1.p.. be printed upon the official ballot to be 1 Hobbs inspectors; B. M. llonifay. Room .T-'c Times Bldg., New bra Care Daily News

-. --- Willie! Fenn. the Nutnieplil.il State used In said primary election July 15. clerk. .

",,enr ( ItvUMit 'OIIUI*. \>mitli. has spent the last Uvcui".t's I'jr2: and no blank lines will be left l'rpdnct0.. ..-John Hammock, J

.' -.itV''!"' of the sort ; learning to follow ip.ici1. lie i I" on said ballots, and no voter will be \V. Norris inspectors; Ed. Campbell, THE GARDEN SECTIONFensacola

< 1.11 W.khllwn 1 i>ubti v.i.': t'ttui; 1 for the work twins !oIrllll_. allowed to vote for or write the name clerk. I : ,
.. ,.. of any Candidate on the said ballot. Precinct Xo. S.-Geo. Gibson huh O-OF-o
dt- .
ii.i t r ous! I.r iv\ a I'll u wan 'f stuniia and!
.. i unless: the name of the candidate be Proctor, inspectors; Taylor Crabtrte
: n"- >? .
down
.tS co i t! : '- every prretuse of a .ratl.1I'a, j
'printed on said ballot. clerk.
1.1: .'" MUMl: Ullli< tifHI rritfor the ..ter..tftl'winning_ I :Florida
;:;
yotniu j Each person desiring to have his Precinct Xo. 9.-P. R. :McXeill A. J ,
t1 iinateur ch 'rupton>hip of tin i I I1 '
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the election -
name printed on primary Cowart.inspet.tors; W. T. Dick clerk }
r-.1 h.rtu -1, ', '< in lIM'l. rellll elltereil<' J>rnfti'i ballot as a candidate for the above Precimt Xo. 10.-C. J. Ward. R. Eo!. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. ;

.; .. I r's i i;-Jr-h whkh ulrds and has :11 i! raik last MaMiM iiiul eained county offices and executive committee dings, inspectors; 11. H. Br>'ars, oleik i

I .' -/1\1. \\ .uM like you to the fits of "liaiidicnj kill::." uni':uct>
mi0 \ are up to iJateRutio '- of the \\nrid ami two miltliaUomil county executive committee on or before I :Minims, inspectors; J. B. Stewart,. Beautiful Lots for Sale. ;
1 u! ,lib. mill a lovetime rhuupion..tc apace follower the noon hour, 12 m., on the 24th! cleik.

'''4/II ar.alt,11I hau and the oth- be i il itiiMoiH to rate with th<- leading day of June, A. D. H'O:. his notice ofIcandidacy Prerimt Xo. 12.-J. L. Si bolls, J. G 40x137 feet at from $76 to $200 each accord
music and in writing' i Oliver! K. D. clerk.Precinct 4t'
application Begss,
inspectors:
'i roxrkf 1 have wrutc litiiifli and in the many early! races ar i ing to location and
."1.1 ih< !. 2 Is my J!. >t ran;.:;rd fur him will pain that experi to have his name so printed upon a i Xo. 13.-J. G. White, Sr.. surroundings. !
,I'< t mi- now If you got blank to be furnished by said chair A. A. Fisher inspectors; J. Emmttt: j
: .1",1.> \ou to make me encehlch HUM come to all riders liefine man, accompanied with a sum of Wolfe, clerk. Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,
; I* Lars fur liotU cf the Miccess they so nilieh ('ra: \'I'.
the Johnson
money assessed by committee as Precinct Xo. 14.-.105. I. High Dry Fertile Lands.
'rwn on the Dollar for :1 IVnu is an easy rider and fully able to follows: I Dave Kugleman, inspectors; R. C. -, :
lwu the 14n" which he will ulti- ,, -- -
ii" of my songs any time Rear Each Candidate for Tax Collector Caldwell\ clerk.
*, nr friend .1 r. -. JaIIt'Iu",'. No rider has used hielu-r . . . . . .$1PO.OO Precinct Xo. 15.( -:M. P. Palmes. The grandest opportunity for investment ever j i
'I till m-j which one you ; than i\tl: I'Ut'IVnn will raise that fig: Each Candidate for Tax Assessor Mansfield :Moreno, inspectors; F. M offered in Pensacola.

nrv ten uointki . . . . . . 7-.00 Whiting, cleik. I
-New York 1're.tcatfon ... Each Candidate for County Precinct Xo. If..-J. G. Howard. C. Home Seekers Should -See These Lots. 1

Treasurer . . . . .::i.00 Flowers !inspectors; JV.. King. i I
... Days. i i "I am fusing a box of Chamberlain's Each Candidate for County com I clerk. : I

Stomach: and Liver Tablets and find missioner . . . . 10.00 I; Precinct Xo. 17.-K. A. Ktihrn. J. A. A. ClulDlbs
is here and the chil- them the 'list thing for my stomachI Each Candidate for School 'I !Hendrix. inspectors; J. L. Ho>' derk. :

living out of doors. ever used" says T. W. Robinson. Hoard . . . . . 10.001,; Precinct Xo. IS.-John Gibson H. T.
'.o healthier place for Justice of the Peace f.oomis1i'h.: Each Candidate Justice of Peace 5.001 i' Enteikin, inspectors; J. :M. Harrison Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. i it iI

S S nniy to guard against Those tablets not only correct disorders Each Candidate for Constable. 5.00' clerk.
1 I i'ii I iital to most open- of the stomach: but regulate Candidate for members of the Precinct Xo. 19.-W. H. Trimmer S |I
'Iii' d!>' eq'ials IMVitt's the liver and bowels. They are easyto cutive Committee are not Exe'l Terry, Jr., inspectors; F. M. Wood, K. C. BRENT, W.M. H KNOWLfcH, W, K. HYKR. JK., J, H, KKKHE.: t

Salve for quickly stop. take and pleasant in effect. Price pay any assessment.As clerk.: PresidentVlcefretldttnt.. C'anbler Au'l Caihltr, ; i

'.nixing dancer of seii- _: .". ('nts per box. For Pale by all soon after June 24! as possible a I Precinct Xo. 20.CV.: :Mcfurdy, I 1

1 '''. For CMIIS, scalds dnmifi'-ts! and JiK-clinne dealers. list of all candidates for above-named Daniel Bowman, inspectors; F. M
u-" .I| Dt Witt's Witrhi positions will be printed in the newspapers :Mayo, clerk. First National Bank
sores cuts and ; and the chairman of the committee : C. B. PARKHILK. ; 1

n. Johnson, Swift MYERS DODGES AN will give a receipt for each I DAN MURPHY, Chairman.

"t !" meily on the notice of candidacy received, and if ; Secretary.5jtf: : I
IMPORTANT LABOR MEASURE the :24th of June ____ I tDZR3BQTORII
II"- fir piles and after day any person I OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
I.tlatr I: cf oiintei- claims that his name has been leftj: I POLLING BOOTHS !

"inaiy. John Sli'p- off of the list of candidates published, J FOR THE PRIMARY. '! j I
;:,1 LII. House Bill No. 162, A Bill to be his claim will be rejected unless he I

I i I entitled "An Act for the protection of holds a receipt for same trout the I Following are the polling; booth de.I I WM. H. KNOWLE3, W. A. BLOUNT F. C. BRENT. 7f. K. HYER, JB .

'discharged employees and to prevent chairman. !signaled for the primary of July 13: : D. 0. BRENT, '1 i
MYERS FAVORS FATPICKINGS If a larger number cf candidates ;; Precinrt! 1-Nix. School honse.
black and for
listing other purposes. shall be announced than were contemplated | Precinct 2 Kupfrian, KupfrianPark.
FROM LOBBY On the passage of the bill in the senate when the above assessment! was' rriii aD mllti ii M&ap A I 3 3"We U h At as I 1

Mr. Myers did not vote. (Senate made, the committee can if they see I Precinct Windsor, School House' I

Journal). 22june2tOAi91'ORIA. fit to do so, cut down the said assess. 'I Iment. l'n'cntIFerr! )' Pass. Hobeits'i,

No. 172: To be entitled _n _n_ __ The voters of the entire county ,Old Place. i t t
will vote on the above-named coun- I'rl'cinttTIpaulah.. School housn draw oar own Bills of Exchange::: on Great Britain, Ireland
define and to
lobbying Bean the 1M Id You Ha.9 A\\JS) UW'Jg:1l1turo officers, including the chairman and ,> Precinct Powelton.. Cantonment Germany France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain Belgium, Russia, NCI t
measure cf punishment B secretary of the executive committee'oxcept : Precinct T-Pine Barren, liedIar.: way Hlre1en, Denmark and other European countries
: evicted cf the same." If #/.l-t-Y', the justice of the peace and. ket. --- -
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usage the vote was: constables, and the candidates for a PrC'C' m tCra.htree., .Tmnings's; trVedsels Di bared upon the Most Favorable Terms and their
county office who shall receive a majority store railroad. Obligations Taken Payable at Port of eetiralion Ten or Fifteen Dari
Borden, Bryant Coulter, of all the votes cast for that j Precinct 9.-Bluff Springs thr- usual after Vessel Arrives there. r

""me, Pirrong, Rogers, The Beer office shall be declared the nominee1 place. ,

I: Wolfe! and Yancy-13. Irs of the democratic party for tbat office.In Precinct lli-\\'ardt Holland\, Ward it Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection i

< Bristol, Brett, Cal- the event a candidate does not rev blacksmith! shop. with which we h".e.. Prim Aonrtment for thpUat i
jonnscn. Kirk MYERS That Made g oVICTORIA rei\e a majority of the votes cast, an- Precinct 11-Walnut Hill school of ReD t1"..
s other primary election will be held on house. I

". Smith of 31st, Summers the lath day of August. 1o2. to choose Precinct 12::-City, In'mdem and
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-n-11. (Senate Journal.) aNNagISSR I r r&avIS & U S the between highest voters the tote.two of in the candidates the county July receiving at primary.The large. fox.Alcaniz.Precinct 13-City, Gardrn and Pala WE WILL- EURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! .1,


a Keeps It Handy. shall for the chairman and !;ec-
nays vote Precinct 14-Pat McIIueh: ST ir Ro : p .Wrlft tndarferr onr Sand j
of the executive committee and \ ran ...Iwh.t nd.tt.amifu atau.w. !
rotary READ TilE 1'TTiRS
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mana and Palafox.Prl'cin't .
if.! It.1 1 a Ions J tim aM : pre
L-Maloney's: sty're lut,'ndcnria .- Wt rye foil re, ,1I1l /rum le IF'_gar "artl.
pains and 1:. neral! < Bronchitis For Twenty Years. and DeVilliers. ta.r Map a. ..r.
1' ..trialto! in>\Ugt> ; env ;:: i.:.;, !; thin "C' ; -
Precinct 16-Pine\"iI1e. th" unial) ,
\V. Spalding.:: Verona Mrs. Minerva Smith, of Danville, place. a + ct..... tit a of orr Mr'W, .''of'.HIII'I lI..t.ao\!har rt. 1 .. :.......' <<, 'ii 1
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duo I fjct her to try MADE BY ACME BREWING co.mT 111. writes: "I had bronchitis for' t.la.........r. oaIw an 10','..... I: w...:. ,'lOW, Laie
Precinct Ii-nrent's, Sponn s black l l"3u'.ardrtF..rl.aulr'a.pr..rota. leE ,
's : -ttpr at once and tWt.'nt'I'ars and never got relief until : th..er. l "l1oo.ju:11, : ioxr.oi $. 1we 1
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| liTII-K I1KF.K smith shop.Precinct G .
10-CKAT [ .
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used Foley's Honey and Tar R a ..O-PIre. III...r ..1- I l .
i sev. ntysifats I I r
i IS-McDavid. the usual toyyst-tilt l..mlf"'I1,: '. 'aiM" 1
IN TODANNHEISSER\\ :\, "
fit*. remarking that which is a sure cure. Sold by \V. A. :1 if .fwt.ftn: 110 bgL.uvI- .t
BEISTOIVT .
: t tf ets. as she hashandy' i DAlembette.: South Palafox street.If place. I I im Tfrymwh pVtwltH w- .n ... .I K wealvR. 'ii ''l.iin.,t rt I......-,*. d / i
BROS Precinct lIoJino.'Yard's! : stifrcPrecinct IL i .. >
!," : i .P an.iivtr .irr ,r, i ..1"" Jew. k m, 4
Do not i I :20-Flomaton. CenturyCut I M.M L'I.I' El\W t ,rki. UTH '';.an.. .. i ji ,
.111; symptoms.; GuI AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATEP $tls s, '.11. lilt w"- drain i 'i Fr I. I' a :
you want a nice present to JTIVP f' O I your sunaih !swill the wet! rl....., .'!(( lb-ir l.r r' W o. rar .. a i 1. HetrmlT1 J''I' ..!.. J.AI .
be cood. KoJol i. f. Harp&r, Itislty.j' o a friend, ;go and look through j this out and take it tn any a m.aua,. tOTe blue W w' tlai :.r. ... -r w a,' w 1' darn |i .n. ,u w. '1 f
Ieu.int line of suitable articles at medicire dealer' and get is a N. il.l.. 1.... t.irt |-.n I card s ire tl d. ,Tfr IV pand ....1' M'wndui.n.
? : drug store or .
:h and strfncthens ; MY,. AOxln WIllJ1.S.. lu-jorj t -br* Mil 12 us, J',,', tI.I.,.
'i )1 ain Hoae-401. Palafox street J. I, :Stephens, you urely can find I'a box of Chamberlains! Stomach anJ "

'z. yonr HarPhar-foivj.! it R R Exchan, e-Opp. Union DepotP. omethiusr to please you. If you Liver TabM The best, physic! Thoyi SALVONA SOAP CO., Cor. 12th i PinE Sts, ST. LOUIS, Moe

I I ar : y.I1'o' O Box 2S1.: Penacola.: Fla. !rant ac\'thinz in the Diamond: line also con-, t disorders of the stomach.)
Phones; 116 2f>. \pare to see him before you buy. Price :23: "'.'nt! I

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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOH, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 10,1902

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THE PLAZA i MONDAY NIGHT ,, Hot Weather L i!I You Want the Best !


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; $ 0*

HON. JOHN S. BEARD WILL ADDRESS .Specials. .

DEMOCRATIC LEAGUE ORATORS > WANT THE BEST, DON'T YOU ? WANT THE BEMI01 .
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THE VOTERS TO yo

MORROW NIGHT. WILL SPEAK IN THE PLAZA.The -AT:1, : I I >, WANT THE BEST i .\I.ll.AT THE BEST 1'ltH I

i CONSISTENT WITH THE QUALITY YOU ARE GETTING TH 11 l ,

final Democratic Leazue rally : ;
THE BIG STORE ''
Hon. John S. Beard will speak'' OUR WAY OF DOING BUSINESS. jt .< o* J k< .c
of this campaign will take place in
i to the voters of this city Fri-: "
the plaza: Monday night, July 14- : WE GIVE YOU THE BEST.

1 f i diy night at 'b o'clock from a : the night before the election. Linen Suiting.For .

i i platform now in course of erection The public is cordially invited to MEN'S SUITS. ..... ..... ... IPJ1 ():"" 1 L A& & &J&J, AAAAAMen'5

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i. For BOY SUITS I t tfl KJlp VQP|] .
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the 4 <
:. iu plaza. ,I turn out and. hear the closing I' For LADIES t UIT:;: .... ...... ... I 12 UUU JfllU Ladies'r >

Other speakers will precede Mr. I > r 1 f
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speeches. White Madras. ; PATENT AU Over Patect
:1 Beard, who are said to be Hon. C. H. ,ttUAi
Prominent orators will address the COLORED MADRAS... ..... .. < CALF SHOE > =(l|;| < CORONA OXFORD>
Laney and It. P. Reese Eq. I IIi
people on the issues of this campaignand For GENTS' :SHIRTS.. .. .. .. .... !1-,1 I / t to 2ac{ yard > /4MV?
; Mr. Beard and his coworker, H. For BOYS' WAISTS;: .... .... .... < BOSTON TOE. < French Hul. >

; ri. Laird, have lately returned from tell the voters why it is to their '
. White Goods. ; ; $2.15. J $2.50. I fprr
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Walton county, where they spoke in I interest to vote for the candidates < >

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distric Of LACE STRIPES: 'u Sr
coarse they say endorsed by the Democratic League. I yyyy YYYYV
every
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I. I MERCERIZED STRIPE 41 t to 2oc yard

prospects are brightening. FANCY REVERING. ... ..... : ; : .

.. Tonight the gentlemen will ;.speak I FACTS IN FEW LINESA 25 Dozen Boys' Waists, Good Percale, Fast Colors .. 23c each

at Mill view, and this portbu of the MEYER SHOE CO.
I German Inventor is 25 Rolls New China Mattings, Heavy Goods.. .25 to 3c: yard laid ,
now spinning
campaign will be closet at Beulah I ,
in-inI yarn from peat. I : Also Plain White China Matting. .

; I :Saturday night. ._ __ .. Glass and chinaware made In the 1 \ Feet FuruMitr for ('a'li Oul).
United States are becoming popular In Three Pieces Velvet Carpet-will CbseOutat. .. ... .. .65c yard .

It ALL WHO e-.: AIDMIZKK in liio Janeiro. I I Plain Shades ..... .. ..25c each. Dodo Shades... .. .35c each. I ; 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.P. .
tieatiu nasal catarrh will
; gt-tthe London "bridge when widened, will ; -
fl' I. bestresult from Ely's Liquid Cream be lighted from the center and not : Oak or Cherry Poles. ... .15c each. S :

1 i Balm Price !including !spraying I from the sides. : ; Odd Pair of Lace Curtains Cheap.YOURS ( ) S.-Something Extra for SATURDAY Only, Men' ,

J ; tube, ;;3ets. :Sold by druggie or The New York board of health bas I

,. : mailed by Ely Bros., ofi Warren: ., established a department fur Pasteur ;i Cable Screw SHOES, 9Qc PAIR.

New I treatment free. : .
York.New Orleans, Ht pt. 1.1'.tOO.! : Japan has given a Frankfurt man an .
: Messrs. ELY BROS: -I sold two. order for five machines for printingand : TO PLEASE,

bottles of your Liquid Cream Balm perforating postage stamps. ) WWNNN'tWrVNr wr
' I to a custotnPr,11'm. Lanibertou,11I&
1! I Delachaise tit., New Orleans ; he has The most expensive and roomiest

used the two bottle, giving him railway station in the world is that of ; 11 JUilliant I0In00n) Son. :

.. wonderful and most satisfactory re- the Peninsular railway at Bombay. I S i
j 81l1t!!. GEU. W. McDt-FK, On the date at which the census was ;

J Pharmacist. taken there was ,794,993 worth of ; :...=-- =-=-=-=-=:.=--- -===-::::---=-. ---=-=:::::::::::=-:-=::: -=.:._ ;
i poultry on foot in the United States.

S 15y the burning of a British petroleum -- -- -- --- -------.. -- -- -- -

BURNS SAYS ship on the Bitter lakes the Suez tO.5:; pvfoenf were between rut ages or ONE OF MYERS' VOTES I

canal was recently blocked for three fiftwn and thirty-five. Even this large $ BARGAINSEVERY i

days. total is some ?;.trJO smaller than that of

HE WILL VOTE Thirty directors of the chief British : 1900. I AGAINST WORKMEN

railways have seats in the house of The national: contention of the Tight I I House Bill No. 225. A bill to be en-

lords and fuily-nine In the bole of Hour Day Supreme Grand League of tl tied "An Act requiring employers'

commons. America will be hell in MinneapolisSept. I ito give cause of discharge in writingto

A friend of John Burin presidentof Pablo Neumann a naturalist, has 222U.:: The purpose of the con ; agents or employes when dischargedif

the Wet End Democratic club discovered the remains of n myloJon vention is to bring together representatives -I "
'' requested to do so. Mr. Myers
or huge griuU-r teeth fossil sloth near from every state in the Union I
sail today : voted against this bill and it was
Tierra del Fuego.Tlr and from all commercial and industrial I II
"I wa: talking with John Burns interests. The call for the convention I. killed in the senate.
th Frenchchamber
a majority tiity-one ;
Ef last night and the subject of him adopted a motion extendingthe includes employers and employees.It (Senate Journal 1901, page 1369.) DAYL.

. Is reiiorted that the ameer of Af-
period for which deputies are elect
He
being disqualified: came up.
ej from four to sir ytars.Paris phanKtnn Laving appointed a council I
said : 'Any negro cm: vote in thi according to the latest census t>> assist him in the administration of EXECUTIVE

i primary if he :goes to the pull and returns has a population of 'J.CuO.OuJ; the country, Bibl Halima, Umar ;,

of whom 1.200KX:: either Khan's mother because she was notconsulted i
swears he voted the democratic persons over are -
I foreigners or provincials.A I requested him! to dismiss it. COMMITTE MEETING
ticket. I am going to vote and nobody i This tLe ameer refused to do, with the
number Viennese ladles have:
_ I will stop me.' started a dress reform league with the result that the plotting aud counterplotting
have increased more than eer.Tlerra FRIEDMAN & GO'SO
object of suppressing the corset and .
This! friend ofIr.. Hurui also
K : ; At the of a of the
majority
I request
Introducing new kind of div'lded skirt. del Tuego is full of minerals,
* stated that the great and pressfojj among which is no small proportion of members of the Democratic Execu
There is a man in Havant, England: ,
\1, reason why the meeting of the who having ln-en completely bald from gold. That there is to be a boom In [tive committee, and in the absence>

t mining down in that part of the world of the chairman from the couuty, a
couuty democratic executive committee the day of his birth, has now started a I
... fine crop of hair at the mature age of there is no doubt. When the discoveri I meeting said committee is hereby (
N called for Haturdiy night des shall be made which will accomplish
ninety-two. called to meet at the office of Hon.

ii to fix up things;: so Mr. Burns and : The Unioneterans of German birth this result no one can predict, T. R. McCullagh in the court house II
but there are in movement operations"h1'I1
J I some of his former supporters for the are to rare a fund for a monument to annex at S o'clock p. m., l Saturday RACKET STOR E. .
at any time may result: In such
I sherifl's office against the primary General I'riedrich Wilhelm von Steu- diseoHrit'4I as will attract attention. July 12. Business of importance will
ben of the American Pwe\olutiou to be
be transacted.
rule will be allowed to cast their erected Washington.
IVhlMlrr'i Tart ('ommrnt.11hktler I DAN Mt'Ri-HY,
ballots without question." : A motor omnibus may now be seen
one afternoon called on a I Sec. Co. Ex. Com.
pint! in London streets. The vehicle
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yniin painter of his aninaintanre w lm
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H run as iin experiment by the Load I
did tlv I'rdtlUll'' sort of things! ; that
For
Over Miry Yean uti
FOSTERHOWEWEDDING 'ar company between Hammersmith 'M oWM'Mlif itru'A
are 1" ':'lllar. Iu the course of the toner '
roadway and Oxford circus. MRS. WlNLO 5 MoOTHI NYBUP bas
\ .atioii that followed tlie young! ash been used for over 9ixt. yr by mnlton+oimothers
Kxjioriments with petroleum for furl for their children "while tithing
i"t turned to a little Lead Le was .
YESTERDAY the with perfect success. It sooth the childioften ,
are beii'g mlld'loy Norwegian navy painting and daintily balancing a I Io the gumsallays all paln.cur"-Ind Thos. C. Watson & Co., (
tIt the refcned; oil imported annuallyinto (Uiire 'aldte by oueorn'r betweentuo colic and U the best r4y for I>iarrhofaIt the leading Real EstateAgentstake 11E ri
----- $9t;jlMj wortU cumt'fro will relieve the poor little surTerer immediately.
Norway all the worrotf the shoulders of the
tiugi-r tips' took a tine sable tru.J:1I1d Hold by Dru niiH in every part
Mis JlJltl11:1ry: Howe of this Anu-rica and ?X:).IM) from Russia. as daintily began to tickle a lit't'e I of the world. Twenty-five c"nts a bottle.. owners of property, manage; the
He sure you a-k forM n. Winslow' Mouth.log and the collection M1r
A grid plate which Charles Bonaparte renting of their houses
J city, and Mr. Frank Footer, a prominent of bad drawing into a ">w H't expres: II Syrup"and take: no other Lind.I conscientiously 1 tp
pawned In order to pay the tray of their rents as -
sion. cajing:
,J timber merclunt of lliloxi, as they would them5elves.,
elingxpt'lives of his son Napoleon, to ".1 pleasant art ours, isn't it. I Their charges are reasonable
very
3 Mi ., were wedded at :St. Kather- the military shod l at I'.nennc has been JiiiiLij I
placed In the town muvum ut Ajaccio.Sul'seijuent ". -
"Ye- \\ Whistler's! response, .It I .
ire church: at 1":1-1! o'clock ye.terd'ty -
I to a rm-ntly promulgate") what are you di in_, Frau:" 1 Hotel Camden -
inornuc, H*v. J. H. Hickutll, law youth of France of any height! : "cll1! said the young urti*t. "I am I ASK YOUR GROCER EURASi.DIEAADirlECTrotPAIPAAATIDNTdT

otlici in;. above live feet, if he weighs duo i ipounds painting: a replica of a little tlnng: someone : .\ umiuiTl! ;
CUIlHL.B.UI.
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is Gable! to conscription.: Pre- lilved: because! you hllO1 can always
31 r. Walter Fo- er, a brother of the .
'i \'Illusly the miuiiuuni height; was 5 feet sell two or three of the same ...
I.foom, was hi< \H>*t 114111. and the! i 2 inches. sul'jiHt if it's a taking one" Is Now Open to the Public, ,I A

I bride wa aiven away by hoi brother, Smallpox: in the United States as officially "\h:" commented WI11.1Il'r.U: I under the of ..

: Mr. (letV. How I reported from l>ec. 2. 1001. to mu-t bo a genius, Frank, and I, alas, management DAILY -
), Mareli1.. U Nr.', reai-hes total of 24101 ,. am like the b'mple minded hen who, MENUSComprise :

After the ceremor.y there was a rec casts, with 7'is deaths. Tie total w Sw-n asked to do so, protested that she MRS. S. MIMS

t *iftior. and luncheon at the Howe for the same period in 1'joi was 11-VM could n 't lay the same egg t Wil'{-"' a 11' e t-p-tn A

home, wherealirgfl:: number i>f valuate Case,. with H'J deaths. of Pensacola, Florida. Date Dishes tlw Markets .: '
Germany's; oldest army veteran bas Tree That Tarn. to 5toue.There of the WorldAfford. 11II(

prttut* had b-en r"ct' \'l'J.rea.ny jut -lebruted his one hun n'l1tl1"'lrtb. is a tree that grows iu Mexico RATES REASONABLE, p'Ladies'

.)f them ofre.lt valu.. day: at his Louie near Usnatruck. Heis called the "chijol," or stone tree It is I liS:,
of e.i"imotis proportions, both in cir By the Day, Week or Month. -
taasttr builder named Wellnayer: .:
Mr. and :Mr. Footer left on the a .
cuir.fer.-nre and IieigLt.; It bas a number
and joined the Thirteenth (Westphalian Table Furnished with the Bet the
,,(lOll train ye-terday "u their wedding ) Infantry regiment in 1S22. of branches spreading; out widely Market Afford*. Private a

tour. They will reiJt at All the tenants of the Paris new and carrying!; leaves of a yellowish :
I greennlor.. The wood is extremelyline Dining Parlor. a
Public Solicited. $
I
.f Bilu"i.J paper !kiosks! have been i>ersonalljwarned Patronage ;
and worked in btate. '
easily a green
J by the police commissioners of a
CANBEUSED WITHOUT( COOKING
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: It !+ not gin to either warping or Free Sample Rioms. -
onISG. the respeemo districts against exposIng twe 6iVES COLLA4tCUf S.SP5TS MOTME p
must remarkable thing 4D.f A.AACt or ii.
Hi'littuiTLe: CE"CA1E fAlaCSTMt RMSME
for sale any journal or publication\! Rates Made t TravelingMen.
abut it Is that after being cut tLe Sunday < Regular Dinner Daily. *
An !ne\wnmte and Lady Prepared which may be ersonally offensive tc I'a .
wotMl gets gradually harder and In tileI'"ur"l' 1 1 .. -
"unhl'.II. King Ed warl1. I .
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of few It is absolutely ----- -
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I)jriui; the vacation suppose you To secure prompt dispatch of business I. 1'.'trifi.d. whether left In the open air E I Short Orders I'rontptlyFlllnt I "JIlt'' :
office has done EXCURSION.
the Japanese war GRAND
ok less ir.il
C' : play more. or burled in the ground.; From thistimber
drape-Nut*, the food that makes away with the chairs used by the Jun. houses can be built that would! Night or Hay <<
breakfast =<> eay to Ret all the year'rmind ior officials of the accountants' department s. III:
in few become fireproof -
n years completely: --
l* ideal food for that purpose.GrapeNut as well as those provided lathe I. .:
i* thoroughly cookedat waiting rooms.! The result Is stated raid would last as long as though; If It' Mometblnc Good! t< Eat ..:..
the factory by food and is I built of stung.ICECOLD. you wish! you'll fin! U al ---
Starchon
experts to be most successful.The The Best Laundry ....
always ready to "trve with the addition .
Turkish nanconsists of eighteen the Market.
Nick
of cream. You can save ,-our- WATERMELONS AT Apostle'sPopular a:
4 *elf the beat from cooking and the cruisers of from :!,OOO to 8,000 tons,

time and exertion necessary to prepare twelve coast defense ships six gun- THE GARFIELD ICE CO'S. NO BOILING NECESSARY.The To Mobile and New Orleans, Monday Restaurant.

. other food, by its us*. boats and twenty-six torpedo boats but I July llth, leaving Union Depot
Its high nutrition Is useless I Monday morning at 11:30 o'clock 1Al
gives strengthand every one of them except a
nourishment without the internal few small gunboats stationed at different GOVERNOR'S ISLAND, N. Y. only Starch Manufactured sharp. Fare for round trip: To U' ::
92.-Sealed Mobile $1.50; to New Orleans $UX I 1I1111J
I heat of meat and other heavy ports along the coast. propos in the South, yI .irJi) -y
food, keeping the temperature of aU, in triplicate, for furnishing forage From Cantonment and Century same ,
the body cool and comfortable ; its Among; the treasures preserved at the and straw required in Dept. of Help Build up a I 1 !a? Pensacola. A special rate will be ---- -- --- --

delicious flavor pleases every palate. residence of the Karl of Clarendon Is the East, during year ending June i made from Milton to Pensacola to will repair your watches &-1
Ficknicker and camper as well as the original gilt key of Hyde park sent 30, IfV3. will be received here and at SOUTHERN INDUSTRY. connect with this excursion. Returning Jewelry in fir t-claaa style. J. I
the housewife preparing: the regular by Queen Anne to Lord Chancellor place indicated in instructions butd leave New Orleans Wednesday Btephens.

meals at home, can pass a pleasant Clarendon to give him at all times ad- ; hereunder, until m., August morning at 11:30 o'clock and
and enjoyable summer by the use ol mission to the parks of London-a 7, IW'2. U. S. reserves the right to Mobile Wednesday afternoon at 4

tan ready prepared and easily: digested relic of singular hstoricallnterest. reject or accept any or all proposals o'clock. Coffee and refreshmentswill Safe iuuMT by buyint
food and will miss the usual: 1 or any part thereof. Information be served on train returning II furniture
sluggish feeling generally felt The capacity of Ireland for sendingout furnished on application. Envelopes I Purchase tickets at ticket offic your
in heavy hot weather. emigrants; has been one of the containing proposals will be en- Lay the dust. You can, bfc y For farther information apply to at Marston $ Qitina',1Great

Manypleasant ways of changing, marvels of the world. During 1901 the dorsed "Proposals for Forage and garden hose at the Willis I ROBT. KING or Furniture Emporium

t11c torn of use found in recipe book Island sent out 30,570; emigrants, or 9 StrawatJOHXSnlP80Xc P. THO [\S,

ia neb package: I Ingtery,1OUt\! .of population af jrhog A. Q. :I. G. 10j4t&5a2 Hardware Co. Excursion Managers .
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