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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 11, 1902
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37. PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY'. AFTERNOON JULY 11,1902 NO 45 0 : ;I(

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DISASTROUS FLOOD ; COLORED BAPTISTSIN I HORRIBLE MINE EXPLOSION .'



: SESSION .




MENACES DES MOINES : LARGEST ATTENDANCE IN YEARS i 450 MINERS IMPRISONED



t -SEVERAL PROMINENT VISITORS .



CitIs. Now Under Water In Many PRESENT.The Estimate of the Total Fatalities Vary :



Portions. First West Florida Baptist As- Widely. 1:


I \ r sociation convened at Mt. Zion Bap-
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II I tist church yesterday, with Rev. C. -- -
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:l-aily! News: J. Hardy acting as moderator and 0. Special to The Daily News. SLAUGHTERED 1CUT

VOTE TO A. Pearson secretary Johnstown, Pa., July 11.-Up to
flood sit.
July Id.-The TO PIECES !
Rev. B, L. Reed preached the introductory -
:ts moot alarming stage -'. noon today b" mangled bodies have

.a -.teg. The D Moines 1 r/ sermon. ; been taken out of the ruins of the
teet above low water CONTINUESTRIKE1 More than one hundred and I Watch and wait for the manufacturers -

.rk. having risen 3 fett twenty-five persons were in attend rolling mill mine by the rescuing outlet sale of men's, boys' and

hours. It is still rt.e .. y children's clothing. Bale commences -
parties.
this the
ance, being largest delegation -
>ate. The Raccoon rivtls Special to The Daily News: Wednesday, July 16

into the Des Molnea Chicago: July 10.-The' freight attending for years. The explosion which occurred Owing to the dullness in the

< :.vauced 4 feet between handlers this morning voted to The following are the officers for yesterday afternoon at 12:20 at the wholesale clothing market one of

,,,.'k this morning and refuse the railroad's terms presented SKIN TORTURESAnd the ensuing year: Rev.C. J. Hardy, Cambria Steel Company's mine, Philadelphia's largest clothing'smanufacturers'
consigned to us
last night and to ccn- Rev. \V. Wood
-'Ii president; A. vice-
U at the highest point tlnue the strike despite official all Forms of Itching under estmont hill, was a disasteronlyless forty-eight cases of clothing to be
president; G. A. Pearson, recording J retailed at half manufacturers'prices.
a....'u the river was 6 fed refusal to help them. This action Scaly Humours Instantly frightful in the cost of life I I It will pay you to take!

'.; *Ut l lit now occupied by was taken by Polk local union, consisting Relieved and Speedily secretary; Rev. W. H. McLaughlin, a day oil to attend this big

.,.r', ielJ"ncts, business of men employed by the Rock CURED BY CUTICURA. corresponding secretary, and Rev. than the memorable flood of 1559. sale of clothing at, prices never
I known before in the history of Pen. .
1
At that time .
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Island, Baltimore and Ohio. LakeShore Complete Treatment ($1), consistsof H. H/Henderson, treasurer. Estimates of the total fatalities sacola. The order is "Sell Them." .
tYe thats -
1 foot higher
.. r'U *t the old Nickel Plate. Great Western CCTICURA SOAP, to cleanse the Much of the time of the sessionwas widely. It will take several and "Sell Them Quick I"iSo here
.. evident '
: it I* vary
and Terminal and the Western local skin of crusts and scales and soften the they go. Clothing prices paralyzed:
.e, o a i h. broken. Nothing thickened cuticle, CUTKTKA OINTMENT devoted to the discussion of education days to determine the number of the 10 cases men's blue and brown

.* ...-' .a;l this district, an 3T comprising men in the warehouses ol to instantly allay itching, and a neat sum was raised Linen Suits, made with belt straps

a *<'""- thy Lave either the Burlington, Chicago and Northwestern irritation, and o inflammation, and dead, but it is now estimated that all thoroughly shrunk; sold by most .

\ 1' .. V.l\ St. Paul FOIt Wayne and soothe and heal, and CUTICCRA- for the West Florida Baptist retailers at $3.50. Our price, per suit, .
( PILLS cool and cleanse between 203and 430 miners have per-
Chicago and Alton roads. One thou SOLVENT to Academy. 100. .
-, It'' aft Ewe rt to Save Property. the blood. A SINGLE: SET is often 7 cases Men's and Youths' light '

..'. HI-: \\orkl1 des. sand members were prefect at tha sutlictent to cure the moat torturing, All of the ministers and delegatesare ished. At lea t150 miners were Flannel Suits, jut the kind for im- ,

their mtcting.President. disfiguring, itching, burning, bleeding enthusiastic church workersand prisoned in the mines when the dis- mediate use. Worth $5.00; our price,
-tr-< to 118\\1
Curran. of the Freighthandlers' : !scaly, crusted, and pimply hu per suit, 90c.
!t.iit th* water lii mours, when all else fails. much good ought; to accrue from I aster occurred. In a part of the 3 cases men's blue Middlesex Flan-

. .;' Iroin ti'..lr IJOsi. union, advocated accepting I MILLIONS: USE CUTICURA SOAP their meeting nel Suits, sizes 33 to 46-the suit you

,' >'x-h ')\\ iLj to the the terms offered by the railroads I a3s byCcTict'RA OINTMENT for beautify. mine known as Klondyke Hope pay $10 for. Our price$5 80.H .

-i atge ce' tfta of tha and returning to work to await an leg the sUn, for cleaning/ the scalp,and stop miners have been saved by cases men's durable Pants, assorted -
ping of foiling hair,for softening and whitening many styles, all go at fiOc.I .
*J to f!** Many opportunity to retaliate upon th2Teamstcrb'
p / the hand, for baby Itehlngs and ra-hej, BALLOT BOX pumping fresh air in the mine. The I 75 men's Pongee bilk Coats and
u :} loan alt reported. union and the Chicago Fed in baths furaunoytngirrUatlonsamifhatlD.-, +,
I Vests, worth $4.50; sale price, $1.80.
'e .' '. :ts'! worth of properi eration of Labor. Hid proposition or too free or offensive perspiration, for entire city is in mourning. All Clerical-cut coats and vests at
t. .1 In 3" minutes: ITJ was entirely lost in the excitement many sanative, antticptic purposes whir' half
euggest thenifCiTca to wumeu ant for all the I price, namely: $10.00 garments
", r. &ud it U now prack that followed and b>' a standing vote purposes of the toilet, bath,and nursery. KEYS MISSINGWhen for J500; $8 50 garments fort 5;

r. ai ihr i.*t of the city.; the strikers not only decided to stay CrncrBA RGWILVENT ILLS (Chocolate $;;.00 garments for $2.50.:
BUSH HELD FOR
Coated are a new, tasteless oilorless eco- 3 uien's fine Worsted
i H..,; unh'.ng: : through out but to fight to the last ditch with nonucal) substitute for the celebrated liquid cases pants,

1 'I' Sissy.I i" !;''.d! by out seeking: co-operalon! or support. Ct"TICl'K.lir..OL,"E T,as well Li for all other broken sizes, worth from $3.00 to
... bl'jtllllJurilieu and humour cures. In screw- the janitor at the courthouse GRAND JURY $5 00. Take your choice for $1.60.
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Five handlers
I t:t. '* M.t.rSw striking freight were;
doses Kc.
fiu ,
cap vials containing price I 5 cases men's Bilk Vests, about 30
r"i the :' vie"ltreuat I arif-sted today in connection with the Sold firoQihmit the world. SOAP.1k.., OurmirT. commenced to make ready the styles to select from, none in the

It. *c.: I fc'i.T't .er* f .v.-l \ alleged murder of John L.Aders. also I .''C...,London.cute ix French Brltiil Depot Depot:i Rut oat dt,l>Chuterhou.e4j. P.... Ana, ballot boxes for sending them to the lot worth less than $4, 73c., K)c., $1
f> nVi t' Furtit. D.cu XJB CUM.Cuar.,eels fiopBotwa, George Bush, colored was tried
Hundreds of
".r tomes scd miji h of ft striker. Landers is said to have V.It._ men's Alpaca Coats
different after-
'a rrOlll'ff Wn 1 killed last night during an exui.i I. precincts yesterday before Justice Wolfe this morning and Vests, some worth $;3oO; take
i noon, it was discovered that more your choice for DOc.
'
the strike in
,
< : argument over ,
City Waterworks Threatened. on a charge of murdering another A Word to Mothers We will simply
hitch he declared his intention to r9- FARMS IN than one half of the keys were missing
.I' e' arnl'L I.. (nt"cn.fled; by the negro about three weeks ago. The give away four cases of Boys'AUWool
turn to work today. It is claimed thatas which is Knee Pants worth 50c.
.0. 'f )Ping! down the waterv.r a discovery by no ,
.. boon as he made the declarationthe evidence against Bush was conclusive to 75c. a pair-at lOc. a pair while
: advances .
another means unimportant.The
SOUTH CAROLINA
group of freight handlers to whom I and he was held to the grand they last.
'tv will IP
.. absoluteiloreeistlo ,} h& had been talking began to abuse I proper authorities were notified Also 25; dozen blue and black Serge
>p eon!'uzunr j I jury. His crime being a capital one, Knee Pants, worth hoc; to fUN), all to
,r him and a short time afterward he I but in the absence of Chairman
-+ > lirr' at 19c.
.. *' protection was found in a hallway with his throat I Special to The News.WashrnKtonJiily'. would not permit him to be allowedthe go Thousands per of pair. Knee Pants
n are rorrtrnrtlcij I Parkhill of the executive committee, Hoys'
ii"t! the waterworks cut. He was taken to a hospital, id.-According ta privilege of bail Knits, sizes 6 to 15, at lens than half ,
where ht died. it is as yet undecided what to do in for
the have been
-' v. almost! as fast i a census bulletin issued by the census price you paying
as At 10:30 o'clock the northwest local bureau the farm property of South the matter.It the same suits '

comprising men from St. Paul, the Carolina is valued In the aggregate at MUST GIVE FOWLS ftflt will pay merchants! to attend
tf.r tas hppn aban was intended that all the boxesbe this Big Hale a radius of 300 .,
Panhandle and Galena and Wisconsin
J133.391.153.: Of this amount $99.-
I"'r of heel ar.ilill: sent out to the different I miles. Mail orders promptly at-
th'Inned all nv,-r the divisions of the Northwestern and Central 80 .8fit) represents the value of lands; country FRESH WATER tended.

"me owing to Wa"'f local, embracing toe Illinois Central $ tj. I.t..t: () the value of buildings; precincts tomorrow morning in order Remember, this sale begins Wednesday j

Cr.-g imdt-r th* boat : Wisconsin Central and Michigan $6,629,770 of machinery and $20,199- that everything would be in readi- morning, July 16th. i
C..ntral.'oted to continue the strike.W. 83D the value of live stock. THE "M.&O." CLOTHING STORE, {
t agra. 0. ness for next Tuesday's battle, but Sanitary inspectors this morning 323 Houth Palafox Htreet ,]
Brown vice president of the The farm lands of the state cover opposite

"ndf'1.. I'nrt Dodge Lake; Shore road, upon hearing of the an area of 13.958,' 14 acres. Ninety since it has been found that some of warned several merchants who had City Park I
a'"w. fA s Moines! Your money back by asking, if f
action of th" I strikers Issued an ul'i- is given the size of the boxes be in crowded ;
still rising, whirl acres as average are withoutkeys.it may chickens cooped up enclosures goods! are not found as advertised. ,|
matum declaring that If the men were farms in the state while in 185ft the
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to this city.railroad they will not be sent out until keys that they must provide the
not bark at work by tonight the nonunion average size was 541 acres. There

.i.s on almost clams! Its t""d. men who have been hired Iu has been a gradual decrease each ten have been made. fowls with fresh water constantly or GEORGE MAHER i 1

md th, Northwos.'HI their! places would be recognized as years since the half century mark was Careless handling and transportation suffer a punishment in the city cou! t j

"' tory timp on its- "old employees" President Curranat passed The farms now number 133S53 ;; ,- of the boxes are said to be pri for a violation of the sanitary: laws.It WAS INJUREDGeorge
the meeting of the Central local ; and of them SS.3S1 are operatedby
M"i! dukv ant Grit; declared his intention of making another negroes. marily responsible for yesterday's is held that, unless chickens exposed It,
t'j suffer ---
most. An
attempt to secure the official ail The farm producti of the state for discovery. New keys can be madein for sale are provided at all
hrl.lge at this place of the Chicago Federation of Labor 1S99 represented a value of $68,266,912. Maker, employed In the
< ',>t al'rl'ck! town, and the county commissioners times with water, their sufferings
ind of the Teamsters' union.CLARKE'S Cotton It the principal crop and the carpentry department of the L. & N.
'at'e trark was sill through Chairman Welsh and condition will bring on fever
cotton lands constitute Co per cent of .
: Two shops here, was painfully injured
"rre hundred
the entire farm area. will probably have this work done and kindred diseases.
"e there for the rare yesterday while at work by having a
sanita-
this afternoon Besides being a step toward ;
H- tn open next week
tion, the law compelling such a stepis piece of steel driven deep into the ;
-Hrg! the night: Th
r-e;>n abandoned. DARING ESCAPE SUES FOR HURT WHILE an act of mercy and all due praise joint of the thumb of the left .
be the health depart
should given
ATWORK hand. Dr. Ilenshaw attended Mr. ;

-' River Very High. -- $5,000 DAMAGESCorrespondence IN THE BAY ment for its rigid and prompt en- Maher The latter will be kept ;

'Hy 10.-The Missouri Special to The Daily News: forcement.
1wa' seven-tenths cJ'he from working for probably two( :

,. danger line at 10.i Owintrsvttle. Ky.. July tn.-Whild Dall'ISe" Mr. Will Lewis was pretty badly King Still Improves. weeks on account of the injury.
Sheriff Alfred Crooks of this city, was 10. The bulletin
London July on
.' tip roadlcf 21.7. with hurt stick of timber ----
a further rise at tbif! on his way to this city with George A. Birmingham. Ala, July 10.lrs. yesterday by a King Edward's condition posted at

flt within the next 24er. Clarke who was arrested in Chicane; Bottle Boyett. who was previous'v falling on his foot while at work on Buckingham palace at 10 o'clock this JOINT MEETING OF
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no serious damage charged with passing forged checks employed as a mall carrier in the the steamship Egmont Castle. He. morning says: "The king's condition
made out in the name of the bank 0.:1 Jcltliil.'ns vicinity of Gate City, has filed suit: I continues to be satisfactory. (Signed) BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS '
-" farand the weather will not be able to return to work for
of Salt Lick Bath
'" : county in the city court here against the Ala Treves, Lacking Barlow."
reports that in the ab-
Clarko broke away from his guard and bama Great Southern Railroad company some time.

i .lay aln II morning'Jany light! fall may ba Jumping from the train which was en for $:).01)0 damages! for personal Pittsburg Hot Wave Broken. A joint meeting of the Chamber of

'.. nest were again late tag at full speed succeeded In, eludIng injuries alleged to have been received. Men Will Be Boys. Pittsburg July 10.-Copious sho' Commerce and Young Men's Business !

his pursuers. The plaintiff alleges that while she In the excitement of a lively exercise era and thunder storms last night and League is called to be held
The escape occurred not far from was engaged in putting a mall sack like today have broken the hot wave and; on I
boat-racing or ball-playing,
.. this city and a posse with bloodhound on the stand by the railroad track at is down to G8 degrees. Thursday evening, July 17, at 7 !
-1 t of Llvi they will strain their muscles and the mercury
Stock
Drowned. go o'clock, to consider and act
has gone in search of the fugitive. Gate City a train came along and that Four fatalities and 11 prostrations upon the-
,
Km.. July in.-The RaM home limping and sore. Then theyare of the .
report joint investigating ,
she was struck by a piece of lumber, since yesterday. quarantine
'r ff still rising and hunr' 'Farley May Be Chosen. which protruded from the train ani glad they have Perry Davis' were reported committee. All member

'''s of land west and north New York July 10.-On what Is that she suffered severe Injuries there Painkiller on hand to soothe the Life. of both bodies who can possibly da

*. ar tinder water. Several l chimed to be the authority of one y from. quivering nerves; to penetrate the Saves a Woman's so are urged to attend. .

.s' .f liv* stock have been the mOlt prominent prelates of the .-- ... muscles with warmth and healing To have given up would have meant
'r'* ar: for Mrs. Lois of Dor W. A. MLOCST, (
much death Cragg.
stacked wheat hai Catholic church The Herald
-': Roman power. It has relieved the pain of tad President Chamber of J
she Commerce
the! away announces that In a few days the MYERS THINKS ANY OLD chester, Mass. For years
two of Americans.
generations endured untold misery from a severe J. R. KELLER,
M. Farley j
cholc? of the Rt. Rev. John Large bottles 25 and GO cents. lung trouble and obstinate cough. President
'U THING WILL DO THE PEOPLESenate Young Men's Business
succeed "-
WATERMELONS to
AT ts archbishop of New York I "Often" she writes, "I could scarcely

'FIELD ICE CO'S. the late Archbishop Corrigan, will be Bill 61. A Bill to be entitled breathe and sometimes could not League.

made In Rom*. "An Act to compel railroad Go to Clyde E. Wilson speak. All doctors and remedies failed

't". till I used Dr. King's New Discoveryfor What you Fay for extracts is Im .
:tint china closets, companies to construct and provide Co's for fine Watermelons. Consumption and was completelycured.
makes the portant, but what you get for your
\ This weather suitable stational accommodations for ." Sufferers from coughs colds, I
rfs and leather- I Phone 672.Garden
is ten times
money more Important.JJurnitt'a .
,
throat and lung trouble need this
" ras.sgrow. You can buy i passengers at the station en their
11''i tt:TJ at Marston $ grand remedy, for it never disap Vanilla costs more because
, r keen cutting Lawn Mowers lines of roads. On the passage of hose at the Willis points. Cure is guaranteed by W. A. worth more. I

. Low prices; easy and Grass Shears from the this bill Mr. Myers voted NO. (Senate D'Alemberte, druggist.. Price, 50c

:_. 'I.- ;. Willis Hardware Co's. Journal 1893). 22june2t Hardware Co's. and fl.OO. :Trial bottles free. Try THE NEWS Want Column e\ ,



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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA FRIDAY. JULY 11 1902 .




-w-ww-STE! MSHIPS.j --. IN AWFUL\/ CONDITION Dcsptdllq I COULD NOT BEAR SEPARATION. j' OLD PEOPLE '\


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Mother Hid In Si-'p's Hold To Corre -

IAN OCEAN RIP': ARE ALABAMA CHOPS Is often only a sympton of dyspepia : with Her Son to America. |I bo not always reccit e :r'nipatby nail attcntj':1 which":\:!!E1 : \

In dyspepsia there is a loss of nutr.tion I New YOJ!<. Juv! Xotwithstan.!. they esl'r\'c. Thir ailmenta are rvgarlt! ,l r-; } urtly .

'To \[\V YORK BOSTON !t i which is felt by brain as well as !*xh ; ling th woman was a stowaway ai.t! il7lagin.t, cr natural: and U:13\'oidaJlt at th.ir: be oi > .

t Bankruprcy Practically.Star the mind grows morbid as the body I without m. ana. the board cf special inquiry life. Disease and infirmity should not always be :'-sod.
A'D I.LL J! j loses vigor.Doctor. ated with old The : of the hair
age. eye
gr.mdsircmay
gray
at the Immigrant station has ,
EASTJ4FRTSV. iarmers In Ya.cs. Pierce's
ir.g be as and the
: Col len Medical I given Mrs. Louise Challer her libtr-i iI bright complexion as fair as any cl! >
j his
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J. .,, '. ," J; 'Z ? fry cures i ty and remitted: her fine. i younger more vigorous companions.

.I a "_" -,," .J 'j/I' THE SITUATION IS APPALLING \ 'Kpepsia i and oth- | Mib.: Challer who found herself unable Coed Blooes the secret ofhoaitby old ago, .

i ivfA .-:.t-\\t'IPC/\IPA\Y: : j *;Q .r iiiacases ot the to support her li'-vrjr-old son and controls: every part of the body, strengthens tie r '

In t'-ie:; Eastern Patt'of the otate the1 I f.iTiiach and asso- Germany. toir! until ,,'u had savM muscles elastic and supple, the bones strong and the f .'i .

.. t't catttl organs of di- this life fluid is polluted or poisoned and los sits .
enotieh to Prnd him nutrii
.b to relatives 'n
!, of Ccea3 Brtczcs i
3' v> ur Outlook for Any Kind of a Crop Was ;: --tion and outritv -
-' -tin She ir.g elements, then thtre ii a rapid du-line of the vital
merie-a. aconii-anitd him
Sailings eachWeellfrom r k >:i. It enables on j
3 Never So Gloomy-Ground ParcheJ. ( the! proper nutrition steamer at nil men. but wa? I' in prt-;::..ture old: a.;e and tli'-ea c? Any derangement of-t'-.

avmnnah.Ga.. ""' \; Gardens Ruined. ; of the bdfly to bear the separation when I| shows: itsilf ia an ulcer sore, wart, tumor or some t-t .
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._.. ..y'H i I't:.--'0" ti 'fr" i ii. 8 an t restores mental I visitors were order*:.! ashore and sty-j jcr growth upon the i,oy' and rheumatic and neuralgic pa::. '
>#| -.I'r t \1.1..>ntu .r:,t-. : '"" f p I Op Jika, Ala., July IV.-Tu .v jl: 'ca ti/: : cheerfulness-as ..4eil herself bt-!.
.q' ".......' .. -3..."' ,.L.Ic"At.d)'i..y:.. I..cr.r" t'} a ; the crop jnoapecis i h. 'he ea=''t : U i Ii F vu-ll as physical promised to see that she will not b- 'j 4 S. S. S. being) purely vegetable. -
2 -., Xrw t. ri.J of this : strength. (C".i (r"i fr-I best 1 Mou-1 purifier for old '
- ); state wuuU! !1. ave tinsion il'I'[ come a public: cbarge and one of th-. people. It.. I
l, ...IL .fH. u' ells .DV..G'.. r i1 out two years cr hurt the like the
"t Mt.. r., ..." To ; that one was a i,'::; !ruI-t. '1 ;, i.ILN.1 i.-.ira a very stringent emigrant rules was relaxed system strong ml: I
,. ... .ii of but gently and thoroughly cleans .
i .I<" '.' I. .1.! n. } | toBtliuen 1.dd.itkti cur dys- in her favor.Posse. s t'
is .
simply atsuiil.V!
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: .. ,:... .. *. .,... .. y debilitated organs -.
i .n I"- I" 0 J .n. I famine does -- "* i F-'i of 13
i! not stare uur i'" ; :> : ailments
,, "'1"f';.. : I $ 1 .-' itt Toronto i disappear. S. S. S. is just such a tonic as o! 1 j
the face, bankruptcy praiti a\:!) .. &. ;a.&v& "- -I tried a on Trail cf Negro. improve weak digestion and tone up the Stomach. If there
-.: a- t 'mt'er of remeut t- ;
i' Mr. G. W. Sliealy I a wialtl.MI: j. s > UCCCSS.- Chattanooga Tenn.. July 1ft.-The j tary taint, or the remains cf some duta-e! omtjacted in, <:.11-'

( t:. I-I\l1: i .1:1II C'HJl'U'; ot: Cuastta, was ia town toila> alA -_II. _', .M I faith fart in negro who assaulted Mrs. Wales will search it out and remove every vestige of it from the -* -:
was w :
: that be had tiU'J acres ut I.!/:- ',:. t- I could not Phipps at Lafayette. Ga.. Monday it Write us fully about your case and itt our physician. .. '.'
ti.o tcliedule: : I\f thEKoveruiflent tn'i-1 foo l : !s believed has been
Foil-twin i :' on traced to Chit- This will
land in you. costou:: nothing and we will mail free \
French I cotton this year awl I iL.t:: 1. .i, -- I' t r.ath for a Ion? our
steamer General jl j tanooga. He stopped at St. Elmo. -nJ skis
; ii e / t a : diseases.
lii THE SWIFT
which Tin NKWS prints for thebellffit j!I tad peLt a |r ::at deal on u a.U t.. a '.,: '.."' -',{. fouldii" L suburb. He had no coat and 5a.
of the nierctuut-! who ?hipi) I the entile o'JU acres would n.1 mu, ,J, I. 1 ) n"r follow he I -
their ds t.) the rariou .i 1. S< -ipatlon. Some was flyng from a mob. SheriflRllry. Sound kidneys are satfsnanls
gu i Rubber
army Ii 13: nfj hose all
rot: j bales cf cotton.; The *;lU.> .' a. 1.fne-.1 r n.rith recommended< ago a of Walter county. Georgia is life. Makr the kidneys htalthy with j .

....."..-, IV nr "NIIIo! ,.. _. ..... 7:110 110. m. ful ratio prttails througuuut il. .? .. Vs if Cjolden Medical here and a force of deputies i is scour- ,. Folpr's Kidney Cme. Sell hy W. A. \;I the Willis Hardu-ar. -

I. .....110" Harrancu. ... 7o a. m.: tion. Many faimeis hav<- mi ti i b:4c.-y After a ins the city and surrounding country. I D'Alemb-, 121 Sfiith Palafox, strcf.j,! -
ii L av'-' I'cllt'lu .. .. ... ".">l a. in. i week treatment I Pyny-r..iIMLmstopxtt.T :
IA.cIrranc H .. :15 a. in. I corn down tor fodder and th- .uj .. hsJ derived so much When captured he will be carried backto ; I I I Kt ODICUf''i.lIJji'e lnfl '
L..I'.n..cola. ...... ...I'fllU. ill.Arrivo i fodder will not be one-ttntti ui Hi, benefit the that I continued Lafayette, and it is thought he wii! iJI (I -.--mma- !'ui .L .
medicine. I I
a trip K*rranca to rort.MclIre> Ill a. in.and and then tbennikko returns -| usual crop. No potatoha\ 'Ul' J. -.* hive taken three botti be lynclind. f 7rO' IttsF'atoeiE |II! Von will have pridp i ij :

to I'anar.cAi.Lrav ;; planted tor the simple rcat-'n thai < -and am convinced I .... j flower !garden if t'.y!

L.*itv<->i lickfn Kurr ncai .. ..1:25 1.15p.m.! p. flu :, there has been no rain since the slip! '* a permanent it cure hain I can my conscientioiMy case accomplished Fatal Explosion in Sawmill.Beattyville. j I I 01 "-e.'c, :.. ".-.'., ; "-,'I j', own rouLd. Your ii !: -r

Lrirr 1.oa'l'.l'lck..o."m* l'-D.acola '... .... 4::111 p. DI. ': were lea-Jy. A few little lat..hu lieu recommend throughout the it to land the 'thousand of dyspeptics Ky.. July 10.-n. D. O!. I -I.xative BrooQuiiir.e': .' .-. j i !a though home, he and he can ,u.j ,
Sla p. m.rrlr may tn : ..
.\ <-' };"rrane", o.t"; p. 01. and makes; |I and there will not piodute enough; lor Accept no substitute for Golden Med linger and a boy named Combs were lie rcuedy that carts a fc-J iu me tsy. Every: woman want .r.

I trip On to Wedue Me life ami return. ': KM year's ,-('d. if they can ')e saved. ical Discovery." There is nothing "just killed! and Bony Prltrhard was fatally II I ownandif.hewilI !L v \\

t bo.it wj-1; leave-daysauii Uarr.ir.cas::1turdlthe via: 'Picken -? i I The dUll: has been latd here foiir as good for diseases of the stomach, injured by the explosion of the boiler :\lIIIWIIIY.. i Thus. Watson & (..0..

I for Pensicoli: !: at 6:;)U p. m. tinus since the middle of March but blood Dr.,Pierce'a and lunt.1'lea.iant Pellets stimulate in Ollinger's: sawmill yesterday aftemoon. The under-i !ned take-tt'! is method I j leading Real Estate A.- -

The ientral French is for armytmrp I:,: there has been no season. The ground the li\er." The mill was demolished.The Df offering her #{ervict-s a,; ..1lr.tch:5 ;:an show her how ru-.. '
.. ... .
: licfiied .
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;e i only and any outsider mu-t ia pariueu ant tee gard"ns'II'*- midwife, having / one-
have a from the I : had 3o years experieiic
pa- quartermaster: ruined long ago. The blaikberridued S '
o take pa-.<3Keoi her. :!I -- S. A. L. To Enter Birmingham.Dirminfcam. Same Old Story. i Can give be-t of rffentres from j Buy a new garden .
I II up on the bushes and there waj S July R-While not securing J. A. Kelly relates an exprrirn leading( phy-icians of this city.

-------------1 I1 I j an enormous crop IJloml:,,{>d. Fig., all] that was prayed for. the similar to that which has bappeni 'I) )1 RS. M. GIUDE.V!' from the Willis Hara J

STEAMER LINE canut mire, and all other fruit is a Seaboard Air Line in almost every neighborhood in t' lit 111 South DeVillien St.
gains
SCHEDULE sufficient
. i /aIurtMr. >. under United States and has been told an>t Company. i
I' a decree Just rendered! hy Chancellor -
I Paul Hoffman of Waverly. re-told by thousands of others Hi
i ltfl u rrn IVnsacol.i niul )lilwII-Bnal l planted Ito acres in Carmkhael to gain; admission to says: 'Last summer I hall an attack MOFFETT'S ii
cantaloupes ths
J; Uun. Daily \crpi' !.suiulay.CITY V,-ar, paying Jlwi\ for the seed. HP Birmingham satisfied with and the attorneys claim to b-? of dysentery and purchased a bottle ofChamlicrlaiui's i
.situation saying Colic, Cholera and
.J. OIr TAMPA." will take In about $25 from the crop. that it assures entrance of the lin<>. Diarrhoea Remedy which I used ac

Lv Milton :.anj lAPt-n* \colal..t"pm ;
1 ArItflftOIft..u&lfl Ar >Milton... ;j'O\JIJW| I I.J. The merchants who have advancedthe also to be satisfied and Indic-- } results. The trouble was A.

tare, "
. : :..= I I out many this fall and the question '', though appeal may be taken.will now end. attacks when I tibcil other lemedirs" ( TEETHING POWDERS)

as to what they will do with the Mr. Keely is a well-known citizen of
I
CONVICTS USED DYNAMITE. wagons. Henderson. N. C. For sale by all lipy.J. W Bcnrd.f .*rhnn Pune fruit' i. Ark !-,1'L, I' -
Il tCorffrei
stock and things .wTtfc') 'Enc **d K .1 n"i! t IIf..r.1 l
,
they take is the Ozark Bank Incorporated.Montgomery. druggists anti medicine dealers.Foley's t"0| ik..BM it,4'THiTHIX4 Ugncndt-rh,>w vebarera. .."lr, dt a .it. II -r i if a
I I j 'lUeMion. aa there will be no one to Ala. I. fourisrntn< a I'kajoitcameats' m s&or. irtnn, tient babe. ...,..in a.. n it
Wreck Jail at St. July 10.-Thp b -DiDbahn.llljnf.'rd..a"'JDolhl"1f ,
Joseph in Effort To j buy. Ih.1l..e ta..dtlaDJW I; tI. 1 'I 1.1'
j i i Ozark City bank was incorporatedyesterday frf"" trelnf ard h. hal h4.J noartbcr "..ublll. Ottter memtrrs ul tfia fin :.r Dare u..,jit i -,
Escape j I The trusts and I Honey and Tar Uea 8 perfect iUCCft?.
the :
Ft J" <,-ih.| Mo.. July Irt.James i corporations ail! with a capital stock of $10.. "

rilai-,! I.. k Alltn and Janus I e Murray and GIRLS
i have !, .
party ::
rlK.i. j placed the necessaries of i, each. The principal subscribers an-i clunnk- >rBI" mm
I rs in the Hurhanan .
j i' can rt-m'.lv '
county jail. you il.i -
'rt. r- .| the r.'ar wall of the jail build"i : life to where people can hardly buy' stockholders are Messrs. William Gar :; IF YOU ARE ing hllllM"h"Iu.nur"Clueine., t\) p<-r irnt comnu<>>>lon on BII. -SI.--. .-\n indi-rt'naiiitm S
-) .
KT -, ,
enough to exist and hundreds > '1a.IYj s ai lip 1011..11..1/ y ti-i- it. HUH .\1 1\lIk. .
of families
t \, "I a ner. Lewe Sessions H. M. Sessions. L. llluf-water you .'\1 i Used in tfccwa h. W riO lift
powerful charge of dyna I!! 11'1:11) < rt jour tHI .1. i> .- .n,
in east Alabama cannot buy P. i LOOKING FOR 'oiiif UOe the. and \\. willrnd b r -tu-n mail
meat Martin. I... W. Kolb, L. P. BARGAINS ) one ili'/iri pm'kas.pi"of "Blurmr
n:1t. Carro'l
I at, ,,11.. Th.. .... .c.n""h( ,, L _..___,.. \tS hen yU bav toll "ie-rn. return tI- '(Jr.. ifiami ). Uif I alniift.. IiiI' a' t"ar .. '
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All"i liladf and I! sjuiiut io i1J1pallm t TV.V.. KIrkland. Mike Sollie, J. H. I blon 1)0 HOt d.-lw.v. hut write at one-.-
., f.Kht for Murray then madefe i ia and the farmer as usual, is bearing i; Adams and J. W. Pippin. I, --- I II ; .\tItIi. ...., (il.KN.V 'l.\\l'\VJl'JI\G 10. I'fi.t. C IS Km: ii I. Tliila_ I'"

libeity. but the \the burden the heavjett of all. I II _
Jnar.I"! l at them hack iith winche-I II For the next ten days I will sell '

I She Dies from Husband's Shot. I 'II 1
t"lII S.-VfWy fivf prisoners are confine I .\ \einiiniiii'.. IJi-. of Snioklnc;, : Rock you any article now in stock at a ROYAL STANDAHDVllISKEi\
Springs. Ala.. :
tlu July 1'-Gf'J.
'ii Jail but
th'tf who tried 1 The natives of New liuinea: Iiold' tenadiiuly Hudson of this I discount of i':; per cent from the regular ,
; place shot his wife
to follow:: Bladiand his .

fOrt < !II.IIP.I| into submi companions';ion. No they leu.inl I to the tlieir white eu-tonn man and 115 a though bciiu Tuesday. She died yesterday: morn !I price. Think of it-yo will Years Old in Cases tf( 4 Full Quarts at S3.20 per car
:
: diamond
ing. Hudion claims saveon a ring or pin. ,
the de(>d.1" ;
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one 'II' injnrfrt Brade! .t
and Allen are of winidetful powvis and almost -- --
under MIIHT an accident He has been arrested where at regular price it would coat J
-rnifnr for II
highway robbery, huiiian ill Ls! iiiL-i-niuix. '
they Mill very and is In : HpHIS: ; WHISKEY:; dMillfd at the X--N' (
now jpil. $iUU. !See ; you save :2" cent onI ,
iii4 I
Murray !IB
a govetnnwnt prisonpr. seldom ncknowled! .,:c that his practit-e I JL Ky.. Di-tillery.: :and is fully rnatnn in w

They "T' now chained! to the floor of : iu nny particular matter is right a nil :I 'I every dollar': .* worth you buy. Now I a IJd"re buttliur. it is absolutely pure and not x

their rjg.fly the native wayroiu::. .ceortIiiigiy, Fountain Appointed Sheriff. i is the time to buy your diamond* or I celltd in cjualiry! by any Whi-key of the same ,. "

".h'I"" of th" leaders of Ihc plot VIM of tie! Aiiu'lican: i.iiion, staff was Montgomery. Ala.. July H>.-( ot"l'r. | watch or any other article in stock S u-> matter where produced. The lloyal Htandaiis )

ether pn-rftnfr s'mpht Daftly in their I >uriiriM nut IUIi? :1011:1 a husband nor Jelks has appointed Murdoch M. very Ch(> 1p. Call and examine: htyears old! when bottled, and, cou..ide>
S Fountain to be sheriff of Monroe I its: excellent quality, i is the
cheapest
whiskey
I I county -
rU just h-for<> ihpxplosion occur saidVbite women do n'"tsuvke S !?oud*. Remember, this offer is lorI
fill the market at that At
to the vancancy caused bv thp price. a beverage and a-
red. The Jailer was at dinner.! I iliterally eat tuluioco; I wit'h murder of Sheriff Harrington: :I only ten day. No trouble to show an absolutely pure stimulant, there is none better
New Iiuinea'oInvuI : by a ns
would follow thtirviaiuhule' : S ero recently. :: !good J. I. !STEPHENS! rthipptd in caes containing no marks whatever Vindicate

Porto Rican Exports. Hut it rather failed the llStfouth! Pahfox street. i( contents. If purcnapr., upon examining

Pan Juan. rorto Uro.! July 10.-Ei- M'utiujciit when ho added, "1 Iitii there !' Compers Believes Miners !I I the whiskey is not satisfied with the quality he .:

from Porto \\"onl.IIoI'! nioie tol.acco: for the Wl'II.-" Will Win. can return the #ame at our expense and money
port !Kiro to for. Ien countrlf i I Denxr-r. Colo.. :t The finest line of umbrella's in the _
July 10
-President will be refunded.
for tl.<> fiscal year ending June \I1iulJII'" Ke\iew. 1:! Gompers. of city is at J. I. Stephens'; Uo look i i-
the
American Federation All orders ;should be accompanied by either
80 increased :54; :at them.
p r nnt over the lo- of Labor. who is here __ "tofHce order bank draft
nro" D'* Brerdlnij I'lnn said today ho h i J 'CNT YTAR OLD currency. po money or ex
year; fJeorjre Campbell I'.rown, the Tennesce not think the convention of the pre-s money order. to First Nation.*
Increase the Wari'l's! Foiey's Kidney Cure Bank merchant in I'ensacola.'
exports' to the brti-der who owns the famous sinHrown United Mine Workers in Indianapolis On .! or any
United Iat.s'a... 41 pf-r rent over would nukes kidneys and _
vote bladder
Hal IS-1:!. owns a sister ti to call out the soft coal right.
Jibe total for the last fWal year. Su- Star I'ointer. 1:.")\11... that is now in Orange ::: miners of the United States. He be --- -- -- Iv : S. A. FRIEDMAN

pr tofiacro and hats format! the prlncJr rauuty, X. Y., and is expected tnppiduee : lif'\,(>(l. however that the anthracite If you wish the very lest j
l articles of .
export The customs a foal by John H. (Sentry.SriH miners would win. ice at the i ;
j ji cream freezer -j
,
; h _
receipt for the last flsral year roaLtA ; very .; SOLE PKOPKIETOK. PEXSACOLA, FLA.
Mr. Brown
: :: says this year th< | A Cure For
Summer '
|six>.OM. and the lialance from the will be bred to Ontry apain. and the I'i Complaint. lowest( price, the Willis

Jniular revenues was increased by next two seasons she will lie mated ,: Summer complaint is unusually prey Hardware Co. can please ti i s'i' P. O. BOX 41$. TKLKl'HOXK HP
t:40.\\. i; alent among children this season. A
with Joe Patchen 2OU4. The foal-
well I; you.; flfla.enMnrrlN'
developed case in the writer's !
I will be taken to Tennessee t") po into family was cured last week by the -. _: .ARitflPtM 1'1 handle every class of Liquors fold i i it
the stud and add to the Tennessee We will launder your spreads for bulk bottle wholesale retail
IIHI( mW.\ltIJ.SIIHI. pn. timely use of Chamberlain's Colic, : or or at prices ii <\;
each and make them bob -S.-
16 cents I
I strains the blood of the are down.
lag: two greatest and Diarrhoea Hemedoneof way
The reader* of thipaper will be |like uw. Star; Laundry.
11ea..ti to learn tint there Nat lea,.tone I trotting! bred pacing stallions the the bet: patent medicines manufactured S' i -e- AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.

world has known. and which is always kept on' ____
8 dreaded "i"t'Ithlt -eiencea hand at the home of ye scribe. This -

.. been able to cure its all it- ..tasr I.l' 'a No False Claims. is not intended as a free puff for thecompany. (

1-4 l' bud that N catarrh. Hall'Catarrh who do not advertise withus I II WICKE&CO.

I Cure N the only positive cure now I The proprietors of Foley's Honey but to benefit little sufferers who'I ThIs (ijnuttire I la on every box of tile gnnln I

1< *tu wu to the: n.edical fraternity and Tar do not advertise this as a may not be within easy access of aphysician. i laxative i Brorno-QuinineT buu I

i: Catarrh beiinr a (1)II't itutiuiiiL di- I -sure cure for consumption. They Xo family should be with Plumbep and
the rented/ that cure cold in one Oay. Gas Steam
( _Hfe, renuin- c >ii-titutii>iial tr'at-I do not claim it will cure this dread out a bottle of this medicine in the: -- fitter

i4ut. I14h1\ '- ('ntarrh (' Ire i I"* taken complaint in advanced cases, but do house especially in summer time.: Water coolers that do not ,

internally acting tlirectly upon the I positively assert that it will cure in Lansing. Iowa. Journal. For sale by '
blood and iniicoiHsurfa'ce" of the the earlier staees and never fails to all druggist and medicine dealers. S 'wtste ice, at the Willis No. i South Palafox Street

ytin, therel-y de-tri>yiii>;the foun give' comfoit and relief in the worst Hardware Co.'s. All Kinds Ot Plumbing and Oat Fittings Material Kept on Hand

dalton th ,li-I'a-I' and giving the cases. Fold's Honey and lar is I it''' I.p"nNF. t'll\ "suMArwb. A. ISAA
patient ->tr> iiL'th by building up the without doubt) the ureatot; throat and If you want a nice present to give: .
;
to a friend, go and look through the \\"EBULY CII DLLi
roiii'titiitiop. and ,i--i-tin i ;!' nature in lung remedy. K.'tusp substitutes!

doing it- \\ ..rk. The proprietors Sold hW.. A. D'Alemberte, 121::: South J.elegant I. line of !suitable article at FOR STEAM DIVISION I J.\I..A:
Stephens, you surely can find
have "" much faith in curative i i Palafo :-tre. t. V"ery
tvwers, that they oiTrr One Hundred i iomtthitifr to please you. If you FtNtcobA tIJ.1 me TJItl\H N 1\

iKdlar* for any c.i-e that it fails to Pocket want anything in the Diamond: fine UA1LWAY COMPANY. S SUCCESSOR: TO AVERY WoOLFOLK
cure. S-nd f'r lUt "f tetimonialsAddre cutler and scissors ')e sure: to *ee him before you buy.

*-. F. J. Cln: n' & Ct)., from the tin eat to the 1 Rayon Tratm, Hill lei"I'enslcoll tayou. W urlDltoD for ,tbe: svy l.llii ar IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

I Ttdedu.O. cheapest at the and Fort Barrancas at
,. Sold by 1)rn-git*. "5c.Thr Willis The llappy Home is thewell'
Hardware Co.BANNER li-so II.m.arrive at Fort Barrancai TlSa.i HARDWARE.
iou I.m.arrive It Fort Barraccas bOsa I.Ii
I Iso
1:in p.m arrive at Fort Barrancai I:4t ptI
llalrplu In nrcery.: furnished home. Marston I p. m. arrive at 'ort harrancai 4:is p ass

The knirp'u as a surgical instrument .. SALVE., $ Qaina can supply you -s-iio p.p.m.m arrive arrive at at Fort Fort Hurlnca Barrancsi 8:66':lCIp 1I.t'r; Iron, Nails, Axe' Khnvf l N. Haw Mill Steamboat!\

]. treate.1 iju-tc: i.t Mriu Iy! by a phys-i! the most healing 881\'.)In tht \'VorlllCASTORIA with all needed in Trains 'eaTe rort Barrancai PeD" i Supplies, Cookinir and Heating :Move, Paint. Oils
clan who writing; iu a technical! jour the wan cola at7:155rn. win/inn Glajun;, ?Ustnl an-1 Kihin7 Tnrklo.

11.11. 11:1111.1. fifteen difTt-rt'iit wa\s'S III of' house furnishings at the :
'" hl b it 1111.t' u'eul in an eiiu-raenev, !'sjwest prices ca'lhor credil.CMICNSTERS 2:)) p. m. arrive at Vensacola.... ... 2.a 10. ..
to eaM' !'";n T e\en to save life. Kmrxaini'It1. 5it) p m arrive at Pf nsacola . 5:. f Ii ( FOR BIRMINGHAM: ROLLING MILL COMI'ANWl
For Infants and Children. T-OU p. m. arrive at Ftceacola11:4S ,:., j:. .
it uii:.ltt M'r\e as a pri'lt' ztiirteai Revere Want Stitched Editing, Northampton
ENGLISH p. m. arrive at Feiiacola_ 8:1) S I' : Emery
8 nei-dle. in pue! of a drainage [rhe Kind You Have Always! Bag II EHHYRDYAL PILLS 'atnrdaYI only I \Vfc.-el Co., Liftin & Rand Powder Co.. Johnson Kilomine .

ij IIlot', tit remote fwelirn! Innlics. ti : rARE FOR WEEK DAYS. : Iron KInsr; and Uuck Stoves and Iiangp Win

., ''\tIUI'I'I''S a 1.1.1t"1"t'I"d iT tO duSe II gellrs tne S(, I:' .. ... .,' I ily x.Ili.. t .auitr.... feni colato Fort Earrsncs'and retc.-t tIo I Coup & ('0:* Raw Hide; Lace Leather, Ma ury
.
it &k S Au' r. ( III It lI..nl: .. .: (.U ,II Fensacola to Navy Yard and return, >?. I Made Railroad Color
! WUUIld. '! CgiWitUfti $1. i: &Lia. t t.I M u.,. LSZ.. "' <4 Peniaooia! to falmrtto Beach and retort Id I

"line hair lit a woman can draw morf ,, ft 1:1:,. "S trrrM' '" ..u hL..lIlutl.......' tad.r. R.r.Imtta.. SUFDAT ICHKOUDI. Masonic Temple Pensarola, Fla.
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than a bii'i.ln'd of I' I Of ttut.*, t< f f *r '1ruffn or*nj .t' ir When weather ....
|I'ur o\en. wroti .:II "aa" Psrt'ru.i... T.. permit the running o I
.ulal
\ tS.- "Kf lit f f-.| ..",.. ores coRChei. ,
old James Uowr'.l: almost! three tlc "irr '"
r.
centu MYERS VOTES ACAINST "- /. t ..nt4 tiau I f ft....*,..*.Tt,.....".'".a.t,..... 4'. Leave feniaoola LT fort Barraue* I
ItM ago 15 uiiy. be that some of tilt 1\.1 .It. w. B.
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Hij WRIGHT>> COmPANY
'I* '''!11..'., III. m. 10 a. m. "f-
flrttie of UK IUTo t'S into the pin. tla. m. II m
FREE SCHOOL BOOKS 1p.m. Jp.m \ .
CURE YOURSELF p.m Ip.iII. W
A. R. Ilas. of Morgantown Ind. halto Senate Bill No. I p. m p.m. \ MArFACTrI5EF.SANIIEALFJiSSLUMBER iS'
132: A Bill to be r lui.a for unna'cril .prn I ,

get up ton or twelve times in the entitled "An Act to provide for school H U irritaliuBi diAcharflei.l&flaniiCAtti'ua cr ulceral D,, Ip.m tp.B.pm. y= ''- :r LATHS
night and had <1 lUQCO B Diemcra&Oft Sp.in T p.m
severe backache and bocks in the counties of this State." ci PiuoltM, and cot aatria TAB! 70RSCSDATi ,

paid in the kidneys.Vas cured byFolt'y' The bill passed the senate gent or poijooooj. >eaiaeolato art earraneai Safj !
by a vote oId by DTbST IJ, and sad return_____ It- .JlLJ miLD CYPBE S S lNGlr8-Klm.Cmj E:?
Kidcey Cure. Sold by \V. A. of 17 to 11 Mr. I
Myers voting against; cr seat la 5x!a wrapper, f' :!IICO! to I' !rntto Stack sal
ty ezprx5, rrrpiid, tor rftni-D. __ flNo
P'Alemberte 121 -
South
Palafos :; it (Senate sI.Ol> -
treet.1 Journal Page 611.) or 3 bcttltn, > n ..
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA: FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 11,1902.


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-- Modern. I Site Warner entered the Qrugstcre to GOLD DUST.

1wtla. tnrirnt and I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS;
.' ,. M-ioifiits would cer- II Bay: -
"I ain't feelin' jest as I orter, and I I
I" ..l."W that their cuncep- "Let the GOLD DIST: tuias do )our work."
B O' want sunthiu, to brace me Kin
r. ,. a uiiirh uon elueri.ut up. ye I
II
wliM.1!* Las obtained recommend a bracerV""I
rewwuiend," was the reply."here's For'State Senator.
..j it WHS at one time never For County Commissioner.
firw.-ts and Cjjyp- the bottles and here's the I II The friend of Hon. W. A. Hlouuthertby I
,t oJ: : hereby announce myself as a
packages. They may brace or they may announce him a* a candid ue
fur death candidate for
: :"tlc syiabol BEERS I. county commissioner,
f this the
i i"Waal T State tentitor from hecoc -
ui s'-JIH't'ltlOIL Heath lay you out. from di.trict, subject to the actionof
ti <:i Senatorial District. and rI'5pt'ctfully -
\.irial.ly represented byKidman I I this is a world of chance," I the voters at the ensuing demo-
I j' ak the! support of all Democrats -
of feleop The Guaranteed Pure. continued SHe as he pawed the stuff ] for nim-it the coming primaryFor cratic primary July 15.

elJor I over. "and I'll take a dollar's \\uth of D. \V. C. YARBROUOH.
!irit-U\ it asThnuates None So Good.Sold I
this stuff in the bottle. It'll wet the I Representative.The .
I'
For Commissioner.The .
County
,.,I" H.UK-UUHS depleted Everywhere. throat when it goes down anyway. friend of Scott M. Loftin take

::1" ,.'ji .! > twill i childreu re- The stuff was probably laudanum, thi* mean of announcing; him as a friends of J. B. R'berts announce

ni.of Nielli. The fckull for $ile never woke up from that I candidate for Representative in the him as a candidate for reelection -
------ -- as county commissioner
..1.1: tinUeMon nsetn- I night's bleep. His chum went over to. Legislature from cambia county, from District
1 subject
to the actionof
., the fits about the matter, and they de*ire the support of all
.', Mt :'i\':"nr to lIa' give druggist the democratic
"ONE ORT'OTHER" primaries July
but Mr. Davis headed him off with: Democrats in the cotrinz primary.
I i. until lompiirutUely I j, 15. They believe that the material

t Hi: -. It his I'fi-n bus, Ii "Dead, th? Sorry to hear it, but he ,I For Reoresentative interests of the county demand his

: i rriliU'' famines and i I took his chances. I will now label that i I GOLD DUST The friends of Henry C. Clopton ) re-election and they ak the support-..

w M !h st-ourp-d Europe' ___ bottle Toisou.' and should any of you ], ill take announce him as a candidate: for of every democrat in securing it.
every p&rtice of dust and drt "ram your
.adit: IIH're rt'jlJun5-I i wish to ask to commit suicide you will i oors and woodwork-rrikes them as c.ean as a representative in the Legislature -- --- ---

II j> -r horror with whkb [Copyright. 1512. by 7. B. Lewis. I IDlnis' I I know what to ask for." I tustle. neat as a pin. Nothing $3 good fo. Cashing from Efcambia! county, and requestthe For County Commissioner.I .
innovation.
.. :. a i<> usually acculIIvtI drugstore was an i We tried to brace up after the secondcalamity : othes and dishes support of all democrats iu the announce myself a candidate for
'ade only THE N. K. FAIRBANK .
by CGM.'ANY.Chicago.
A death. It was not only the first to be establishedat and were gradually getting I i New York. Bsston St. LO.LV cominsr democratic primary.For ; election as coun'tv commissioner for

Cedar Hill! but the only o1ieftrO4J I our confidence back when a man nam- Hikers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP. j district No. 1, at primary to be held
_
-- Representative. July 15th. and ask for the of
miles around, and we were inclined to I. ed Grimshaw got something for chills. I support
1 The friends of Chas. M.Coston announce all democrats.

A KDruggist CATARRH look upon tbe druggist with awe and :, The druggist wouldn't recommend It, Thinks Parker Will Be Nominee. him as a candidate for representative LEE IANIELL.

respect. We were a \ery healthy lot i as usual. but it had been marked by I Macon July P.Congressman Chas. in the legislature from ---- -

the tenderfoot "Good For Chills." cambia and ak the For Commissioner.The .
up there and, aside from accident no as L. Bartlett Alton B. of county they County
says Parker
.rdNT PP3 It to be. One dose remowdIr.. I support of all democrats iu the coniine '
man had lo.a Jay for six months.No proved I! New York, will be nominated by the friends of \. A. :Shelby hereby -
I ':>IZE. sooner was that drugstore' opened GriU1!&haw from this chilly world, andover primary. announce his candidacy: for reelection
&%$ I Democrats in 1&'>4. and he believes the .
his we held a public meeting as \ commissionerfrom
for business howl'wr, than most of us I jra\e party will be led victory him. H. For Railroad Commissioner. '
BlmII :: 6nn by: district No. 3 of Kscambia
S Sl I and hereassfd: I
the
'eaJ'ninllll'um I avis hit
felt a Recognizing fully tt.e rights of the
does not believe Hill or Cleveland orBryan county, subject to the action of the
.. nail on the ljad111'11 he said to the I It licm' only a question of time whendrugstore farmers and producers to more consideration -
our will kill off every man In have any chance for the nom democratic primaries July 15, and
crowd: Cedar Hill ar.JAhereas. I ination. He made this declarationat at the hands of the Florida ask for him the hearty support of all

"Boys, that drus-iti-i reminds me of Ve owe a dooty to ourselves the convention here Railroad Commission.! I solicit I'i democrat*.
af
I yesterday the of all Democrat who
and chil and them has tharfore. support
home and of the old woman as gone: now.
dren. Jest think of pills and salts and I I Resolved. That one or t'other of us has ternoon. approve of the declaration of principles For Count}'CominUsiuner.
got to git"T'other" set forth in my platform.
COLD' HEAD calomel end quinine: Civilizashun! has After due consideration I appeal
I was the drugstore. After a I I. Copies of platform sent to any one
of Id-ile linn hinrll, come knockln' at our doors, and it's our Foley's Kidney Cure purifies the addressing me at \\Vt Palm Beach: to my many friends aud the democratic

m /11' I'ic Ht l.rusgi bolemu dooty to feel bad and buy suuthin' I general consultation we made up u blood by straining out impurities and Fla. H. HUD-OX BURR. voters as a candidate for the
shake purse of ?GO; to buy all the drugs office of county commissioner from
1BIoTlnW,.; !r'Now. I'tones up the whole system. Cures I
I on hand, and after everybody had For County Treasurer. district four of cambia .
'.arr. strf-t. New \orlt.Hi some; of us began to 'feel bail" I kidney and bladder troubles. Sold by county.l'lelo..e
I given himself one last dose of whatever W. A. D'Alemberte 121 South Pala- The friends of Frank E. Brawner remember me at the primary
|
but when we came tQ buying something I
him candidate election of
the democratic
he fancied the remainder was thrown fox street. hereby announce as a party
we found that the druggist was doing I for ot'l'reaurer of cambia Jul15 ItJU2 D. M. MEKRIIT
.%' "'''''''' I Into a ravine, and Mr. Davis turned his u7' Con I I ,
business on a line of his own. When Abe I County, subject to the action of the Olive, Fla. .
attention to other lines. ,
Sniallman dropped to get a dose of ( c-"'" A. -, i, I 'f.- > .,..... democrat!:: primaries July 15, and

\ You Have calomel for his liver, which was doing: M. QUAD. : ak for him the support of the voters. Fur County Commissioner.

business beven days In the week and i i1j! I kJt i For County Treasurer.I The friends of R. Rathwell: of
.
, of The Best Liniment For Strains.Mr. Bluff
in no need of any encouragement for Springs hereby announce him
announce myself a candidate
any sort, Mr. Davis said to him: F. II. Wells, the merchant at renomination for the position of as a candidate for County Commis-

;; Rheumatism "1 bought this drugstore outfit of a I Deer Park, Long Island, N. Y., says: county treasurer of Escatnbu county sioner from district No. 5 of Escam-

tenderfoot down at Grass Valley. lIe "I always recommend Chamberlain'sPain subject to the action of the demo- bia county, subject to the action of
the democratic primaries July 15,
sick and discouraged and wanted I
I was Balm as the best liniment for cratic primary. and ask for him the support of the
the treat testel tedCalifornia to go back home. I don't know much J. W. FRATER.
I URIGSUL n.lt1ned strains. I used it last winter for a voters.
kern r"wfli'cufe about the business myself. 111 hunt |

I "( cures Liver, sidney ud up the calomel and sell it to you but Iwon't : severe lameness in the side, result C For Tax Assessor.I i Chairman Executive Committee.

, .klsti.. c iwJ by to eioesscl hereby announce myself as a
strain and was greatly
results. ing from a ,
bit responsible for the
I never lalli and builds upI I candidate for re-election :as Tax As- The friends of John B. Jones here
:1 nrergtU nbtle mini; it. "What d'ye mean by the results?" pleased with the quick relief and cureit for K-cambia by announce his candidacy for chaIrman
sessor county, subjectto
, wonderful cer-
book
c
, i'"r Jl per bottle. For Bile queried Abe I effected." For sale by all drug- the action cf the democratic primary of the Escambia County Democratic

I! your druggist ran not ""'t'II, I'\'e got calomel, arsenic, salts gists and medicine dealers.O.A.STO \ : July 15. Executive Committee, sub

. v: J 31M't..' sent prepaid uponUlr'ChEnicilCo.losAflgeleCil and a lot of other things mixed up I I W. W. RICHARDS.For ject to the action of the democratic

, I" to guarantee i voters of the county at large at the
here, and I'm not going! : m x.A.. S

1 1 anything. Mebbe it'll be calomel anti iean tb fla Kind Vflil tiM >l3g Bcijtt I Igature Tax Collector. primary July 15, and ask for him
uiJl.be I I hereby announce myself: as a the hearty support of the voters.
or tiejTurtRinkiuDros not. j '
I I If-rI--- I The Servant candidate for re-election as Tax Col
: -
I : Co, Atlanta, fia.D.itnDutlnj We all shied off for a day or two at or ?' I lector for Escambia county, subject For Secretary Executive Committee.

that but when we came to think it over j I -- u__ I
I ; Agents. to the action of the democratic primary The friends of Ben D. Beers announce -
we ratlwr liked the uncertainty, anti Girl Question ,
t,'"''''b,''''' Would Not Salt nt All. July 15.A. his candidacy for Secretary
the druggist; was kept busy with our ,I Marie (after the proposal While I H. D'ALEMBERTE. of the Escambia County Democratic

....... purchases. Some of his liquids and' do not object to calling I should I? easily solved when you pro.videyourself Executive Committee, subject to the
.: *N-"*. -S, fc- ". ::: -':.-:.* '-:. powders were in bottles or papers duly i your i:I For Tax Collector. action of the democratic voters of
hardly like to marry a minister. lIe I I I with a Gas Range dur- The friends of Henry Bellinger an-
POBUCITY FOB labeled, and borne of the powd /rs were the whole county at the primary
In parcels without a label on them. If might bore me by talking shop, you i I ing the heated term. If she "leaves" nounce him as a candidate for Tax July 15, and ask for him the suppor -

Instance Know. '|I youand you are obliged to do your Collector of Escambia county, sub of the voters.
salts for
THE PEOPLE anybody asked for epsom I _
The Rev. Mr. Gumms-But I assure ject to the democratic primary to be
will blame her
the druggist would fish around .L cooking you hardly ,
held July 15, 1902 and request the
you that I would not do so. !: when you have to suffer the discomforts For Member Executive Committee.The .
of boots and shoes andt'l"thinl
uuJt'r the heap of all Democrats.
I l.\er Vsord cost. YQIt a Cent Mario-Then I should conclude thnt ', of a coal fire during the summer support friends of John Touart an-
hold of box
till he got a or
an! ben \\ oi-i 11 Kead ? you were a hypocrite and not l teufflcient- 'i months. Ga is clean, economicaland For Member School Board. uouuce him as a candidate for memo

"I"' Kv h;>er\rj'. l'url'l'I. and, bringing It out, he would 'Iy Interested in my spiritual welfare. comfortable, and you don't need The friends of W. M. Agerton here ber of the County Executive Committee -

-t) tire only when actually from precinct 12 and ask for
. Town and Country. your you by announce his candidacy for the
ccccxocxxxccxcccccccoco:* "All: I know about this stuff Is that It I need it. nomination member of the him the votes of the democrats of
as a
''JON; TO l....IN. U.- .. rn't copperas. I took a parcel of cop- WLT lie Didn't Get n r.Prospedi'e school board from district No. 3, the precinct at the: primary July 15.

rcr.is. on a debt once, and so I know Father-in-law Pensacola Gas Co subject to the democratic primary -----
you
'SIn Tq t.'Asbou..hoId For Member Executive Committee.The .
'I furnia.iJ the stuff when I sec it. It want the loth 1902.
".. <" >''- all klud-t of prr'P you ever gamble or smoke, sir? I ,, July ,
p ,,' 'v 1'..rill- .-.iv. Strictest to run chances, you can take It along." SonlnIawo sir. friends of Frank Reilly announCe -
Prospective ,
.a'&l r....td r.n .ri Apply>.-t. to \. A. Kubrr.! Mast everybody was willing to run I Prospective Father-in-law Do you 1 No. 3 S. Palafox St., Pensacola. Fla For Member Board Public Instruction.The him as a candidate for memo

(chances and for two weeks all went friends of Hon. Elijah: Ward ber of the County Executive Committee
drink sir?
ever from precinct 13 and ask for
I- :MI on well. If made better, announce his name as a candidatefor
improved real nobody was
es.tiiii'l any
M. ae ," o. amounts! low Pro>'Jlt'di\'e| Son-lu-law (absentmindedl.vi CHOICESTOF re-election as member of the him the support of the democratic

i \11!) on Leslie t;. Kroolts.3ml uo.ody was made any worse, and the I -Well, I don't care If I do, sirI .- Board of Public Instruction from voters of the precinct at the primary
ta 4 !'alalol Iru did trade. Then. -
.1'0. Mt. jo'hber gist a rushing July 15.
Smart Set.
district No. :3 of Escambia county,
ni .ame an afternoon on which old Joe I the action of the democratic
to
subject
.
i iJ I I'rosby laid down his working tools A Dlnenfer.'T'on't ''f FRUITS AND CONFECT1ONER[ 1 primaries July 15. For Executive Committeeman.
\J M -I") JOU need money
I .. auy amount you ..ant mid announced that he was "off his ; you like that deaf and dumb I hereby announce myself as a

tornu and lowi-st rates foc\l" and had pot to have something :I l>nr!,<'rV" ,i For County Commissioner. I candidate for member of the County
ahlt'on unnrovrd real -AT-
city
\11 ti.liervi-, Mouth 1'ala- o "ar.luff a bilious! attack. .No. A fl'llnmiht: as well shave I hereby announce myself as a Executive Committee from Precinct

lQ.lt "1 I'all't say what's good for it," said ,I luiIii aOl ."-India n.m i"'I is News.Rrliilit I C. APOSTLE'S candidate for re-election a county I 1 Thirteen and solicit the support of
i I Democratic voters at the
the druggist, "but I'll tish up a lot ofuuokuffc's commissioner from district 2 of Es coming
'I Tit K')KKf)W :I'toy I cambia county. subject to the actionof primary. JAMES L. !SWEENEY.For : .
I injure your prop.-rty. pro- : and you can take yourhoit' flow .>f ('I....* In Arithmetic. -
14 East Government St. the democratic primaries July 15, -- -------
:
f "
.> : .11. bay or sell real es- :- ('. TfjirhcrJohnnie! Stokes. how ninny Executive Committeeman.
and ask the of the
tv of any d-icnption, have I support voters.
,", your taxes attended to. i lie laid out ten parcels on the counter make a million? Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand i JOHN O. WEL' H. The friends of Tho. W. Kent announce

-i'h
i -moderate n-mrance. agents! Toeveryone hensa-' fineer:: and tasted the contents of each i Chicago:: Journal.\ One car-load of Pineapples at 11.71 i For County Commissioner.Mr. I of the Democratic Executive
>
I j I to dozen. I
$2.00
.in ui "e ..ill lend money I I' in succession. lie finally found one to ,I I I per Frank Johnson hereby an- Committee from precinct IS, subjectto

I C bout*. "dtfI suit! Ins palate at least, and he boughta Home girls enjoy eating candy alone, nounces himself as a candidate for I the action of the primary, and ask

ttlt AI I :. dollar's worth and went off to his and others prefer sweet meets with f =GOLAY=o. rejection as county commissioner for him the support of the voters.

shanty to dose. Half an hour later lie their lovers.: -Philadelphia Ledgir. ] from district four, cambia county I For Member Executive Committee.

t i.; u.< 'iui>A HIIMKI WHS taken with violent cramps and Inside : I subject to the will of the democratic ;
Grist and Corn Meal Bills i voters iu the coming primaries. He The friends of James McHugh announce -
I '*Ied ftrm with some i
of two hours he was dead. A ,
\ in at onc'f Also fr Soother med- ,I i j does this for the rea on that he his candidacy for member of
i."II'. wn:;on. few ininiii.ooU mo\e was made on the druggist, but ICIDB rna show the County Executive Committee
...., 11 OSTtT1ER ,II. F. GONZALEZ 4 CO., Prop i, I wants the otlice and think he can I
r "ln''. Ha.Corr-fpond 7iyl the smiling and urbane Mr. Davis re- of a record stomach of cures ills be of benefit to the bet interests of I from precinct and ask for him the ;.

--- pi ItMl: i I CELEBRAT0 equal to the Bittvrs. Manufacturers I the whole county. If his friends jl support of the democrats of the preCinct -

I. ; .". mot desirable lots In "Gentlemen. It might Lan been j 4'f This Is the CHOICE MEAL AND PURE; GROUND and the people interested agree with at the primary July 15.

a., ti>rm.. by the Fisher dered borax or it might have POW-I'j Us best : STOCK FEKD. him, he will appreciate their sup
\7, 1\0utl1: faiafox For
q's 'I Member Executive Committee.The .
l"alm sonic. I cant tell the difference betwten cure trirIndigestion: Patronize Home Industry, for there li port.
every reason yon should buy yoor Meal and friends .of V,'. B. Wright announce .
the two and I have been free to the
stock Feed trom Homo Manufacturer,
I For Commiss oner. his
I County candidacy for member of
I''i Hcut- I him for by so doing yon encourage home Indus-
say so. gave good weight, and Belching, try. Your money 19 left In the community The friends of ..1.V.. Brewton of the County Executive Committee
"
\ "'l 1.. furolabed rouins at'1' he took his chances. and you In tarn are Indirectly beneft ted. I district No. 5 announce him as a from precinct 15, subject to the action
Our purchases were light for the fostering the borne manufacturer you I candidate for re-election from said I of the democratic
'.: irnct. autt !I It Dyspepsia and contribute to the canse of labor. You ow primary July :

-- -- : next week, but in time we got over the Liver andKidney It to tae community in which you live and district, subject to the action of the I n, and ak for him the support of ,

I II \\ all "'c1-\llIll!. 1 scare and went to buying again. A which contributes to roar support. primaries July 15. I the voters of the precinct. I

. .
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fortnight after the death of Crosby a -
\t, \ .i rbuInesplendtd; STOMACH A -- ,
Troubles.tTER' : ___
--
-- -
-
-
r poor man. Miorl time man named Ilealy was made terrible It

,..' ,..u. or conducting your | sick for two or three days by a dose of UK Sl'RK TO
'oni "a>t.-< from start. TRY IT. &GO TOfcR I
poiitioiii guarantreU.College : some unknown stuff, and the nest day

'I ." .: tIarbr V..w _____ _____ _h_

J>atf I Know One *nre liemeilyvranobatmatecoij. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.

\\ .'-1'.':u. ( ; Iu uarne L:. f* uiFoley's -&!oAQ "H' _. E
BRAWNER'S.
-
\\ tn girl to do general W. C. ROWE, M. D.
Apply at0.; 12 south Honey and Tar
,
jiott 1 torchlldren.safe.sure. No opiates. Office: 17 S. Palafox.Hoursfromstosa.m.and ,

\\, >iiiKion ttool to>olicitor rIght; one... lll Ad-pay and after 7 o'clock 1 to 8 p. m >-For Seven Days we will Offer the Following Prices:-&

S office. mrttf FRED MYERS, FRIENDOF I
I
V I1 ,\i- young men from 10II" :,- Phono CO. 20 doz Men's French Neck
drop. 2uO Pair Men's New Orleans Sewedor You should look at our line of
'v at once to for THE BEEF TRUST
in vrnment I"l'r\'lce.prepare Ap- stiched, undershirts for25c ; drawers Cable Screwed Shoes, for this sale, Ladies' High; and Low Cut 8hoeJ. J

a., > .rr..". luit., Cedar Rap- PARKER'SvI to match. fl.20; solid leather. WA can save you money.

1.J 1m' HAIR BALSAM 2b doz Men's
Senate Bill No. 18: A Bill to be ClCtturt ud brMtifict tht heir Fancy Striped, Lace 175 Pairs Men's Hand Sewed Vici 1,000 yards Lawn, fast colored :
*:N Pro_ and Plain Silk Finished
\\ \11 kind ot empty beer a laiuniol fruwth.W Balbrigan worth 8'2'c, to close at 5c
.i>ri s. \. P'IU&DII4lf. noTitt : entitled "An Act to prohibit arrange-1 Hair er to Peals to Betor Gray Undershirts! at 43c: each; drawers to Kid Shoes in four different shape yard.
Itf Youthful Color. toes regular $I for this sale 2.95 5 ------- ----- ments contracts agreements, trusts c-- d..s.e.A hair!""'" match. ; $ a
1.1)1 I.1'LtV. I Ior __,Oe.DdIOUM Th..da.DR. pair.I good *o close at 4c yard.
combinations, and certain other i 10 doz Men X.Bar Undershirts,
- l.ouo
, ,e"I\IM y Mock Blttw=- LEGHORNS acts or things Intended to or tendingto KINO'STRY worth SOc, for 40c ; drawers to match. have bought the full line of Levy- to close yards at f'jC.Unbleached Dome tiJ "

" ..:___ :_af1111' Hardwarel'O"and Eggs for t. sale.l stf.M prevent, hinder or obstruct the law. 25 doz Men's Scriven Patent, seam Pou Co. boys' shoes that I will closeout 1.OuO yards Best Check Gingham, j
NEW DISCOVERYFOR side drawers, worth 6.c, for this sale at cost. fast colored
ii.viu- (; UJ'O ful sale of Florida fed beef, or other Ii i asc. regular 7c goods, for
._ _. : this sale 5c.
------- 125
i / pair Boys' Easy Walkers
-- edible'
i .'tHH } EIRE-Mannfaetrer; beef, meat, or cattle or other THAT COLD. 23 doz Boys Extra Size Pants, 12 to ular SOc goods, to close at 3-Sc pair.reg- 10 pieces White and Red Tabl

,J. H-.a.tr.; OI.eIc.'v m E ar Ooodj, H aU Toilet animal In this state or tendingto TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. p,17 years, worth II a pair, for this sale Linen, regular #)c goods, to close at 'I

W. Government 1 monopolize the sale of or the price joOc.We 75 pair Men's Low-Cut Patent 25e yard. No one over 6 yarda.

thereof." Cures ConsumptionCoughs carry a full line of Boys' Wash Leather Shoes have been
t .. -- -- I we selling 3m) pieces Medicated 24-inch Cotton
,
'r.. Fur- 1"ul c; l-- : Referred to the Judiciary committeeof Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pants.! Call and see them. ': at f2.W pair, to close at f 1.75 pair. Diaper, worth 85c, for this sale &)c.I .
chairman. :f1
F. .'it FUNERALS farnUDed which Mr. Myers was .

... .: > ., taaqaetioripecUldeilgni (Pago 61.) I PneumoniaHayFeverPleurisy -I !

t ,If Mor"no, SJI Wen Gregory Judiciary Committee, after careful LaGrippe Hoarseness This Sale will Positively Not Run Longer Than Seven Days. <<

iiWlmi ,
examination, returns Senate Bill No.i

I I' I'IAWE1t&.4.wwwww. 18, without recommendation. (Page ,I Sore Throat, Croup and .

I i ;'fK-4: &nd Moral Leilgni- 103.) Whooping Cough.: I Remember the place, F. E. Brawner's, Candidate for County Treasurer
of Senate Bill No. 18
'
On ,
passage
V H ,-i I ordered for eattomert
I, Moreno, KS: We" Gregory. Mr. Myers voted NO. (Page 312) NO CURE. NO PAY. I 10;) SOUTH PALAFOX 8TREET.

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY 11,1002


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''''''''' :> FINANCIAL STATEMENT I ONE OF THE MANY MYERS' "Stron2 in
SPECIAL t t 'W orWThe
ir.'rl Of the Board of Public Instruction
\ I for Eecambia County for the Month I'I I' VOTES AGAINST THE PEOPLESenate

J' Politics and = Ending July 1902. I

a SLEEPING GARISJ5ECURED 1\Il? DR. Bill No. 28. A Bill tc be en 42J Annual Statement for 1"t.

Xatcred at the I'oet Office at Pensacola, Junl!*-To balaneeon hand__._._$ # W: titled, "An Act to prevent unjust discrimination Ending December 31.r. 1901 nt
Y1$4 second-clan matter. IO-To cash from N B Cook, :
JUDe
Politicians.A I JUQK ..... .. .___... ....._ ..-- ..-.. 00 ,I in the rates charged for

fftUtox OrriCE street:-Fltf, ap-ttalrs.Building Slltf! south: i1JIo. I ,I.July S-T- ..cash. from tax. sale crtificates -- ** ". !|!transportation cf passengers and I 1 THE[ [EQUITABLE l[

July fc-To cash i trom ta'x yearoJ 1W1 2.011111 I IJLTjSo |freights by railroad companies

THE HEWS PUBLISHING CO. --a--- ::II I I ? : and other common carriers, and '

: I I 'to prohibit railroad companies and LIFE ASSURANCE! f SOCIETY ij
walls built aroundthe WILL TAKE PYTHIAN PARTY TO CR. BY W4E8A5IS PAID. ;
The stone j
Ttrms: Invariably in Advance. up ''IUU. Barrel Bainei, wad lor i j i other common carriers in this state ( ,

Om Tear by M alL_ _f.'i wolx Myers trongholda! are crumbling t I SAN FRANCISCO AND I Ij I If;school?::'II. H >s'o4i; Graham: _, -dictionary-.......... -lor---.t IJO I ifrom i charging other than just and' Assets; .... ..... -.. . |. -

Months to _.r __ __ wOB ]I icbool-Ool...__ __ _. __ .._ ......_ __,_ ... late'I14.m. i I reasonable rates and to the'' i
and steadily but sort'lythe prevent
Wk,by Carrier, payable Monday 10 away S B Cook. bupt:! expense bill? 2 si j' Reserve and otter Liabil
Lamar forces are taking posses-1! i RETURN. .%\:! X B Cork bupt salary M w granting cf any rebate, discount, over !I itit's!

'drtrriai Bait furnished on Application sioa of the vantage grounds. Reports ,I -- I 14.;0 1.JennlerorrencrJanltorrchoot 71.jVnnie .. _.... -.. '.. ._ .. 1.t IQ :i I II weights -and other special terms to Surplnsfrom which Dividends -------

TELEPHONE NO. 118.PBH8AOOLA received recently indicate that j, H Ichool-Oo J T. "I .Torrence.. ._., scrubbing_ .5 persons, corporations, or firms, and toi are paid. .. . i : .
Final arrangements were com- I lidul.C 1i Turner rt'palrucbool>oI 5 (u provide for damages for violating the I = "
I U:Vl, R Halliday & Co, ribbon for l
the promised 1000 majority for Mr. j jI i pleted this morning for sleeping car school and 5 .. _. 785U.SO.UV conditions of this act and to prescribea Paid to Policyholder in

j Thompson btatlouery for 1901.... ...... .... .. .| '>-7_ .
has dwin-
tilON EE I Myers in Jackson county I facilities from Pensacola to San Huct 1230: mode cf procedure of rules and evidence '
.
New Insurance in
19olif"
the 14.:' cIsaiaaspearsrrct schoolo in all Mr. Myers voted \7
and that cases.
died into thin air
away Francisco and ... .. ._
I | return, a number 22 t 00UJ"J. Total Insurance in force

outlook now is that Gen. Lamar will j sufficiently to justify such a favor on sundry.Cary schools.* Co. coal-and wood' for... 813 1'i NO on the passage of this bill. (Senate i Dec. 31, 1901. .. .. .fl! i 17" .( -:;:

I 14.js. H S White printing for school Journal. Page 1211. 20june2t
JULY n. 1902 carry the county by a small majori the part of the transportation companies Nol._ __ ._.- 7m I IDon't I I Notwithstanding the rreat.-- fj '.
ity. A Lamar victory is also prom If;:+5. Opera house, for school No I.... 40 75 I IU.'i3lam I cial strength of the Society having been secured today. :! Jobo oa. rent school :-' 12: w !| Fail to Try This. !I| greater security which ft- .

UK. POKTEK'd EXONERATION. iced In Walton Washington and j Mr. George W. Ely, travellingi 14.210.school II-'I No:!;27 B,KBtockard-:! .for janitor 500 Whenever an honest trial is given ]holders thereby enjoy t! 1n: :;

and Holmes counties, with a decide U.7: :!. MltsS:! Bblockard. for janitor <'to Electric Bitters for any trouble Itj i are LOW and GUARANTEES: r-t.KNOWLES .
Fortified apparently, by information : i passenger agent of the Southern scbool No i7 .._... .. 300 ter than given by other c' ',,
"
edly brighter outlook in Santa Rosa I 14.2W Wicke .t Co, repairs schoolNo iis recommended for a permanent cure : "l
which for the moment, was beyond I Pacific railroad, with headquartars 7u 415 I|
the reach of the quarantine In- j and a possibility of splitting! even 1 l14S.J I Jon, janitor school No 2.... 10 u01 i I j will surely be effected. It never fails
at Montgomery, arrived at the Mer i 14.?\I i, Burrell Uame, rent school No :!'to tone the stomach regulate the kidneys
Tfetigating committee, but which with in his home 42.-: liou: I, BRUT,
Myers own county I
; chants hotel this morning and with H.1%:!, Mrs K tcoit,janitor school ..ot14.21.News and bowels, stimulate the liver,
came Into its possession during the Leon and chance of Lamar in _. __ '.. >_I o"i I i
investigation, the Jacksonville I some I the able assistance of Capt. Kryger, j! Fob Co. printing school i I i invigorate the nerves and purify the General Agentx.:

_._
Tlmea- nion and Citizen promptly I having a small majority there. made the final plans for the slEeper I!! notice, Jordan.Mosley.rent school No 5 t IH.r.7. blood. It's wonderful tonic for rundown I 309 t;. Palafox St., PEN:-O.-\I'< "'

] with Lamar's I I 82: 12: W ,,, systems. Electric Bitters positively -
l These : big majorities
resented imputations made against | 1'to carry Pensacola's Pythian repre-1 i I II :!"6, J Jones janitor school No i .. 1" uo ''I'
I and liver troubles
Health OHicer Porter who had ordered ic J 1I'rsou, Madison and (:,cambia 14 ells W Davie jHnitorhchool 70 Iu 00..,' cures kidney Need More Help
1. I | sentation across the continent. Mr. U M.UeoMarsUall.rtnt. scboolNou"! y ou stomach disorders nervousness, sleeplessness
the detention for ten days of !| counties will elect him July 15.; I } U. "]Henry Armstrong rent school rheumatism neuralgia, and Often the over-taxe! '
Ely is quite enthused over the idea I No si) S WH -
I the steamer Atlantiau which had I ,:"si, Montgomery rent scboul expels malaria. Satisfaction guaranteed ; tion cry out for htpI !;

jo.it been ordered by him and by the I Mr. Lamars friends do not claim :jof so many going from Pensacola, No ei: 120014A : ) by W. A. D'\It.mberte, druggist. j I pains, nausea, dizz
4. E O'L Cha1Jer., mulc fur
,Only: {50 cents. i iI iI i
chief Burgeon of the Marine Hospital and assures; all that a like trip wouldI tctiool No 1 18 W' 1 1I 1i ii liver complaints an j that he will have a walk-over. They 14.274 Gilbert Byrd rent school :\0" :4 KI14A" i 1 Such troubles call f< r
Service to be fumigated ard im- j I never again be had so cheap. I. <',Spencer Bibb, rent school No 44 :Mw I 1 I of Dr. King's New L', i i
I admit that the contest will be hard- ''I
ll;'t. \rmated Brown rent school PROFESSIONAL CHIROPODIST '
mediately released | j He was seen at the Merchants and No 7 12 W14.2s2.Kan are gentle, thorough .T _
, The sudden and unexplained Older j fought and close, therefore they urge I'.urnetl. rent scboul Sot to cure. 25 cents ;atV A
'for THE NEWS explained details of ( ._. .. s .11 I:. rit. Clair Thomas will remove berte's storr.
from Dr. Porter alarmed and i every friend of Gen. Lamar: not to 14 .75. \Vm Coombs, rent school No in 2i.i i drug
disturbed the people of Peusacola, j '| the journey. "The party will leave 1444, Henry S.uitb. nod fur scbool corns, bunions and ingrowing nails | -
let up one moment until the polls .o6<< 1 yiH2W. without pain or blood Will call at
whose commerce was thus threat- i Pensacola at 12:15 o'clock on August Alger-Sullivaii Lumber Co., '
I close Tuesday evening. Every vote woodfor school No7ii 1 "iIwl your residence if required. Xo. i>2\ HERE MYERS VOTES NO.
ened with great injury by an atti- 4," he said, "and will go via L. & N. H t) Goldsmith cleaning w c of South Palafox I
will count. Don't be over-confident scbool :No'-T street. lujlm
which
_ tude on his imported arbitrary I
part I to St. Louis ; from St. Louis to Kani 142VT.U KColry. wood fur icbool Now 7a -
and inexcusable interference. and stay away from the polls think- |i UH, 11 II Kenfruv. buppllen school MEAT & )1.\LThas a marvelous House Bill 95, Page 1171. A
i I i Cltiver the & Alton i No 7* 125
sas Chicago ; --
Ii The fist that Dr. Porter had frequently I| lug there will be enough votes to I. I liii::. \li s J Snyder teachers salary 4o HI iI dietetic value. While refreshing J to be entitled, "An act relative t .

i exhibited! undeserved hos-1 ; from Kansas City via Denver to Ogden -I j lWi: A KHahn, tei eber's kalnry ... ;m;:; 11 receipt, shipment and deliver 1
I elect him without RememI Ulf3i.\: ... '
yours. ] llahn. teacher' talHry 21 10 and pleasant to take, it helps a"iini--
1- tility towards l'tousacola-at the over the Union Pacific, and !,, 1li51Jenmennydertraeher'ssalary 4.i* m< freight by railroad companiesother
I it requires a majority of all the I 1 11.V,Jennie Buyder, teacher's salury 45 (VlM. lation of food. Bold byDAN'XHEISriER
" legislative ses-iou of Ib'Jl\ when the !i, from Ogden to San Francisco over. \ Mrs K J Wilson teachen' ml- common carriers, and to co-

1'u ele law for the purchase of the I votes cast to secure an election at I urv .. fin ijii : HRO railroad companies to
the :Southern Pacific. A slight'| 141i7. MibE! J Wilson teacher's sal.I j I transport
; quarantine station was enacted, and ]I this primary. If no candidate receives -j' I I ary .... ... '. 5u t"i return cars received from connect

in the session of 1\\JcJ I, when the present I a majority there must be a I difference in the return trip will beI 14 ei"s>. MIS.salary Belle.Norlhingcon.! _t..ach. 4.1 10 PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL lines of railroads, to construct sid ..

made. IU'l5, ttdJ sleyteacber'italary 4J IK) ---- '
law fur the lame purpose was i second primary in August and the i I Ulii.; 11 K Graham, teacher's salary 120 o1 i :; and connections with each ate
nacu d-led to the belief that he I "By paying an additional 811 on I 1411uMrsCSunaayteacher'ssalary 4.t > ''Third Annual Pbt.ion Regina Seifinber 1" lines." Mr. Myers voted NO. 28junt 1
issued battle will have to be all fought over 14154.I MUs Faulln Reese, teacher! b 15, 1I1U.:. aril Ends
had unnecessarily the order
I' the return have an !I salary 511 11I1 i i142ul
passengers
for the detention of the AtLiutian. again. Vigorous work at the polls I W M J It'Keher'.alary. so W June I':. 11)03.: Grass Shears
that '
option of the Shasta route of the I II 14102, Miss Cbriatlan McLeod ttaeh- will CU
The evidence taken before: the investigating I Tuesday will elect Lamar. Much rs' salary ._. M '
Southern! Pacific from :Saa Francis. It1w2, --pears, teacher's salary .. muKij close, at the Willis Hat",
committee disclosed the i I i The aim of thi school i* to
I depends upon the majority be gets in 141M i.8 It Tate teacher's salary .. 4725"14lisi i" pro- ; Co's.
fact for the first time that Dr. I I co to Portland Ore., or by steamerto E L Morley, teacher's salary I:, i" vide thorough HIGH SCHOOL and ware
Escambia county. Let's make it as It:!:;', eLs1orley.teacner'e eiilnry... tj w COLLEGE PREPARATORY in- ;
Porter was misinformed when he issued I Portland. An will be Hl4AMIel'sughnteather'sbal- i i
opportunity struction. The school is of lialnaum from
especial the \
on hem Wool
big as possible. j ary_ ... _. .. :111'1\i )
the order of detention ; and the !' given for parties to stop at the famed Hl--.Moss Ida Cobbs teacher's talary j interest to three classes : I| are in)'>uy-Bakam.tie certain cure/or cu:-.r.a.

unittee, expressing its pleasureso I _. 4,100 1. Those who having completedthe I i
The candidates of the Democratic Yellowstone park." i1a.71Mlse I II i M Bishop teacher'e salary grades of the public school wish I!
doing, promptly exoneratedi. '' FRANK
45 00 HOUSE
to their studies further without SECARTSJATH
the candidates of the I ---- 14l:,51hsAL1lolmestracber'bsali i pursue I
The report containing his League are I I ary._..... _..._ ._._. 45 uu14li j having home. j
.iflcation was immediately: pub- people. The League; was organizedto : J Mlate.: teacher's *alary M co II 2. Those who wish with the aid ;j Deep water sea bathing, night 01
,
UI' Miss Allie ) nifetra, teachers | i' for white
day
SHIPBUILDING of the careful individual attention people only. Special
u_ _td: iu botlioJ the Pensacola: daily overthrow political bossism in I Ii alary 45 noHlw
M tea Broker, teacher's salary 31 50''! that can be given in smaller classes j compartment for ladies, with lady at-
t 'S papers and thus obtained publicity Escambia county-to allow the whole i I Ii Ill";. Mrs H T lIlcbtl.l..aclll'r'Hal- j j and a longer session to advance teudant. Neatest, best and cleanest

throughout the tate In the pleasure IN PENSAOOlA ary 47 JjirX. more rapidly than is possible for 1 bath house in the city. Hath'
i people a voice in the political affairsof ; : : Miss M L GHSkint, teacher's ,
# of the committee, as thus expressed -, salary . :*i UP them in public schools. \ cents. FRANK Sii'AKi
Dr. Porter's the county-and to insure Purity i ____ : 14171 M-B Slocbard. teacher's salary 5u Wi 3. Tho.e who are fitting themselves j| Cor. Cevallos and Zurago -
at justification, I : I Ii
$. i HII!. 1I.s1 Kills teachei'g Hilary :s\'I\.I -
fur --
i _
the people and the newspapers of Progress and Publicity in public af-j j i The account In THE NEWS of yesterday !i j I 1Ii\ary<.Mies. Andrews., teachers sal-- 410'( In addition college.to the u-ual instruc- I|' -- -

Pensacola most heartily join. fair The people throughout the j I regarding the building of a \ill. Miss K Thornton teacher's tion in English, Mathematics, His- I I Gus A. Soderlind
.
.
.
| salary 4.) VI) Ldin. etc., iu"truc-
That the Times-Union and Citizen tory Geography
i; large schooner at the Langford shipyard 141>jy. Miss EGl4'entworthtracbrr'gsalary ; ,
aroused and
are thoroughly
county tion is otfcred, idthiint dm tuition,
I
ehould claim fur itself the .. .. 4" ou '
I they are going to give the Democrat- \1: was a matter of great interest j; Hl-Vi, Miss K Wentworth, teacher's in Greek Frt'nch.lierman aud Span-1:1: .Till E TAILOR
of .. ...
.
credit anticipating the dlOci.- I : I salary .._ .. 42 7. ish. The ;:school is conducted at the ,
ic candidates overwhelm to shipping merchants generally: in j ji 14174.Mrs H USsmpey.: teachers' 61101.lry. ',
iou of the, investigating,; League an of Wet Gidsden and
; committee corner Spriiisr |
I i / ._ ._.. 4 onMV2 :m. Wl:yT UOVKKNMK.\T: NT .
is but natural. We all I ing majority. i i the city. jj j Ml.911 lutibs, teacher's salary 4q', streets, in a building which is tlI I
l.J'i, MS S I riubbs teacher salary 45: In be arranged to adapt it especially tot Will for the next :.SO day make suite
all like to cry uut: "I told you so!" I j Last night the probabilities of what II I 14172, Miss K White.teacher's salary 4,11" than ;
5
I the needs of the chool. at per cent less regular
i I 141;Y i. wlta B I'BV. teacher's salary 2 25;
But if, us it says, it made an "inv e-- : Democratic League will hold !, the closing of the contract would j )11''"
tigation," upon which its claim : salary .. 30 111' is limited. Hence those de-ir- lyiun Men'b Suits i J
a grand rally in the plaza Monday I finally lead to were being discussed 14177.Mrs A W McReynold.teacher'sEalary I Ilil'.M Ladies ,
iMtn
ylng Suits (l K
i I ing admittance should communicateas
of exculpation for Dr. Porter wasbased .. 1
50' ") I kSuifteam ('IranrdLadies'
night-the night before the electionat ] and who ha almost Miss M C Jordan, with the 1'rinci- '! >
a gentleman teacher's salary early as po-sible : : f
I hints Kteant rifaned ;
why did it not the ; !>
give committee I _. __ .. ... 27 KIlUitt. pal. 1 j Men' Toustrs :-tl'aml-l..al11-d
j
and the people of Peusacola, which the issues; of this cam. grown up with the city said that it : Miss t: Tippln. It'aebl'r.hKlary :'> 10 and
I! 11...), Miss L Bowman, teacher's sal- For further information: term I i Hint : Now is the time to i a
who were still in ignorance of the paign will be reviewed and the would certainly be to him the realization ary .... .. ..... ._ 2'400! catalogue, address 'I your winter Clnthinar put in Lhape. ,,o'

facts it had dicoVl'rl'd-ulltil; they I merits of the candidates: endorsed by I' of fond dreams and expectations -' !:>salary!<.), Miss A M .Holnin. ,. teachers. :J7 'm H. CLAY AKMSTKOS, <- This offer is for thirty d"onh'

were disclosed in the evidence-the 14170. Miss I'' Henderson teacher's Principal orPERo1vA1.li.IVHAhiv Mention you saw the suittisemeiit
I the League will be pointed outEverybody to see the project discussed salary .. 45 "0 JK., in TIIK DALLYi '
benefit of its knowledge; ? I II I4Pt, Hilton, vacherS -alary :s i *it) A"i-tant. otherwise the regular .
The "inci.leut is clo-ed" i, i-j invited to hear these and carried through for all it was I 11117:!, Mrs A K Muter ttacber's salary price wi
now, so I I 511 >1q' ------ --- shargfd.
far as Dr. Porter's connection withit speeches. Being an open air meeting worth. I Ills. Miss J ("'nln, tea;h"r.5 salary 4" ("' 4S
I itlw, M rs J K: (Davis teacher's salary .}, i-) Y Y '
is concerned, and nothing remain you can sit in comfort fauna! 1 13751.: M rs A K Bradley, teachers salary t
j __ ._ .. 44. lit 134 134 134 134 134
p i Treat Your -
but the expression of the commercial by the soft gulf breezes, and listento Kidneys For Rheumatism. "- '
Hia Miss A M Holnian teacher'ssalary .ALL 'EHnFR \\
i .. ... g
.
.
i bodies-including such recomliieuditions I When yon are suffering from rheu-i .. .. .. S! '0' .. :---r- ; ; ,
the II ,
warm eloquence. Ill'A H J Baggettteacber'sSalary(: .. :w14"0n < =
( to the officials of the I {jmatism, the kidneys must be attended Miss A M Holnian, teacher's t4S 134 ; -S- 134
!
Marine Hospital Service as they Democratic League workers remember -I to at once so that they will eliminate I salary ... :)111, Alton's' TelEphone'
I Iithe I II 14-!:\", Miss K HtDdt"r on teacher's E mm U I ,
:
..
may deem proper to make-concern- uric acid from the blood. Foley'sKidney salary 4510
your opponents are des I U";. Miss Nortbington, teacher'ssalary : 134 ; lthrorl'ubllcUI'' 134
lug the results of the investigation.Let Cure i is the most effective _.__ ._, 4ft wllu : TKn'
perate. Be at the polls Tuesday in >iT, Mrs N i Thomas teacher's salary ,( ,
I : <;
: us !hope, however, that uuder remedy for this purpose. R. T. Hop- ... _.. .. 45 i IIIU l THE i

t the act of 1'JOl the long: delayed payment such strong force that you can mett i jkins, of Polar, Wis., says: "After un- | I41VI.U'5;'. UJ L Kairc-hild Bagnett, teacher's teacher's salfr8"salary 475,10' 134 134 134 134 134

I to the city and county of the and overcome them at every turn. I successfully doctoring three years for .\ M Us Clarke: ..,teacher's salary 45: HII t :
ascertained value I I I l:\!,. Miss M K Crabtree teacher's Next 5 Days
of'the quarantine Watch out for campaign lies and be rheumatism with the best doctors 11|j salary 27 On 4 ,
plaut be speedily I 1 14ini. MM I.' (Cook teacher's salary 45i142W <>
may consummated
i: ready to nail them. Stud firm. tried Foley's Kidney Cure and Tt j ,T C Watson Co. Interest 4J 75H. EVERY e
and that in this matter Dr. Porter I cured I highly' .".<;5.J M Clutter A Co piano andphairs
his best Work faithfully and well. Let's me. cannot speak too : for sundry schools .. s. 'e1E 4 20c a Copy- g
use endeavors
may to secure i iof this great medicine." Sold by W. ;j.Jno"coU.Janllorschool-Oo .. 4"o.
for these municipalities the make this the biggest victory In the Icy balance .. .... __ .. om. "_" 92v :6'
1.\. D'\1+-'mbel1e, 121 South Palafox -- HOUSEWIFENeeds
the justice to which they are enti- history of the county. street. 5 11 )I\t 1 PENSACOLA MUSIC CO

tled. The people of Penacola have I JulyTo balance }'j:'.s m ,
I certify that the above f.tatemerr is correct -
done justice to him iu the Atlantiau Members of the executive committee -I as u show n by minutes and treasurer's iol a Bottleof
I : report. :N. B. TOOK, 37 S. Palafox St.
matter ; let him reciprocate hy placing of the East End Democratic ; FINE STATIONERY. Secretary and Superintendent.Two !
I Turpentine
no obstacle in the of ,
way an ----
are requested to meet at their club ,
early payment for the quarantine i C. V. Thompson, No. 11 South Bottles Cured Him. 0.- whether for Cleaning lied ",r' '

plant. room tonight for the transaction of i Palafox street, has just opened a I "I was troubled with kidney com- Clothes or for Stings! of Iu"I -

I important business. Be sure to at- I plaint for about two years" writes A. *...+.+.....4..........: Cuts. Krui new supply of Linen and Bond 0S know* the valut of pu-
:
I )
A'OIWI\U to the Ht. Augustine tend. | n. Davis of Mt. Sterling la., "but two
Record the total vote for presidentin Papers, white blue and gray, with bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure effecteda ; Buy a Hammock | Spirits of Turpentine. in "r'i' f
I THE l'OLITILLX.I to the genuine article .
I get ; see t: !
Duval county in H!*") wa 2ti-fi; I Envelopes to match. Oxford sizes; I permanent cure Sold byV.. A. it i ie put by the
121 South Palafox .c AM KEEP COOL up
I I.tl..o Foreign Mail Tablets with Envelopes p'Alemberte, street. ? ; *
for '
the democratic registration the I )nt."uur Shops I f

coming primary i is nearly .OllO. and |I to match. Ink Pencils.I I ALSO YOI"K s
Allen's Foot-Ea-e, a powder. It MR. MYERS NOT VOTINC. .
the "friends of rival candidates have ?! II I Penholders Klinkbook*, File, etc. I tJ
j I cures painful, smarting, nervous feet :
LINES h HOOKS
paid poll tare; amounting to over i and ingrowing nails and instantly etc., always on hand. i ;

16.01.\)". And the Record thinks that [i tikes the sting out of corns and bun 'I Phone 234. I House Bill 215 Page 1077, A bill to | SINKERS and POLES : s ". irs r.

"defeated candidate will not be ions. It's the greatest comfort discovery be entitled, "An act in relation to .
j Tery enthusiastic over the primary 1 of the age. Allen's Foot. SANTA ROSA SURF .. v< TO CATCH FISH, ?.c ..
Ease makes tIht or new shoes feeleay. insurance companies In this state.
ystern." Perhaps not but the voters It i is certain for I I :
a cure sweating BATHINC ESTABLISHMENT j
II (The bill became a law and makes
,' will who had their poll taxes paid I : callous and hot tired aching I Ii

for them. By the way, did none of I feet. Try it to , I
d'Duvall"y: druggists; and shoe store Don't I .
Fi-h chowder will be
d the voter their own served every against them, pay the attorney's I. SIVH A3 .
( accept any substitute. By mail for
Sunday Private partie'scan
evening.
.
,t poll taxe.? I i 'J5c. in btamps. Trial package FREE. : have 'fees of other side.) Mr. Myers did
----- I' arrange to the same or I Bats Balls and Masks : Buffalo Co.who
e ,
-- Mfg
Address, Allen r$. Olmsted, LeRoy, other refreshments served at anytime I not vote. 28june1w I .

A Of All Hot Weather Enemies i :\. Y. during the week at reasonableterms. II I FROM jt
t __ ____ __ I II 0 ,
See "I eH'r Knew Pain Killer Guarantee it Absolutely J1
cholera is the j -- minazerCHArJ. I ti Fail
of humanity worst.

Treatment to be effective must be : Easy to Take I ._ H. BURTON. I before, what can the matter be? | Coe's Book Store. ; : Only 10 Cents a Bottle.

prompt. When vomiting purging Where is the bottle? There, I

) and wtat announce that the disease j! Cleaning ladies skirts and waist' I j I thought '0; it is not Perry Davis' ......*................+.... -
' i 1 is prevent combat it with Perry Easy to Operate : is one of err specialties. Star Laan- I j Painkiller at all, but something the : anal
L DaTis' Painkiller. All bowel trouble i i i Jry. dra gist must have made himself All kinds of chairs

a *. like diarrhtva cholera morbus ouch r.eoau prompt e urt'ly"t'1t'taN.et, healthful satisfactory-thor I I 4 ', and I did not notice it; I have used Do ycu want a magnificent watchfor [ rocking chairs at Marston

i; and dysentery are overcome by Pain ICE-COLD WATERMELONS l Painkiller for years for diarrhea, little money? If so, call on
killer. It is equally health-promot Hood's Pills I I AT cramps and stomach aches ana it Stephens, the j jeweler. He will ac-! Iii j Iiitf Quina's. Prices are very

ing in all climates. FH E GARFIELD ICE COS. I never failed." I :cmmodate you. ( .


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Sale Commences July 16

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<: Owing to the dullness in wholesale Clothing Market one of Philadelphia'slargest

clothing manufacturers' consigned to us 48 Cases of Clothing to be Retailed at
3 Half Manufacturers' Prices.It .

will pay you to take a day off to attend this BIG SALE OF CLOTHING at
prices never known before in the history of Pensacola.

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The Order Is, "Sell Them,"

and "SELL THEM QUICK So Here They Go.


CLOTHING PRICES PARALYZED.

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Men's blue and brown Linen Suits, made Clerical-cut coats and vests at half price, .
I 10 cases with belt straps, all thoroughly shrunk; All namely: $10.00 garments for. . . . $5 00
old by most retailers at $3.50. 8.50 garments for. . . . 4 25
Our price . per suit, $1100 I 5.00 garments for. . . :2 50

Men's and Youths' light flannel suits, just .
7 cases the kind for immediate use. len's fine worsted pants, broken Sizes'orth ,
. .90 C.3 cases Worth from $3.00 to 500.
\ $5.00; our price. per suit, Take your choice for. . . . . SI60
Hen's blue Middlesex flannel suits, sizes
3 caSeS 33 to 46-the suit you pay $10 for Qft f1en's silk ,
select
Our price . . . $5, ) 5 J cases from. None vests in the about lot 30 styles to
worth less than $4.00. : . . .15C, ncpjr t I
Men's durable pants, assorted I
14 cases styles, all go at. . 60c
of men's Alpaca coats and vests, some
Men's Pongee Silk Coats and Vests Hundreds worth $5.00; take your choice
| J worth $4. 50; sale price :. q $1.80 for. . :. . . . . 90c|

A word to l\\others-\Ve will simply give away four cases of Boys' all-wool Knee Pants, worth soc to jsc a pair-at loc
a pair while they last.
Also 25 dozen blue and black Serge Knee Pants, worth 8sc to $1.00, all go at IQC per pair
Thousands of Boy's Knee Pants Suits, sizes 6 to 15, at less than half the price you have been paying for the same suits.
f9It will! pay Merchants to attend this BIG SALE a radius of 300 miles. MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED.


REMEMBER !---This Sale begins WEDNESDAY MORNING, July 16th,

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323 South Palafox Street, opposite City Park

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DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY. JULY 11. 19)2. I


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F. C. NORTON Cashier IMPORTANT !
O'MAL, President; ;
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3.1. fOSHEE.Vice.President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. 'At the Soda Fountain

SUITS FILEDThree


AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF

When you want the most
important actions at
com- -
-..-. .. exhilarating draught you
PENSACOLA, FLA. mon law were filed in the office of -?
:-----T = a always want water. -
the circuit clerk this: moraine: by t .

the LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK of any bank in the State. John Eagan, Esq., attorney for each I

Bas of the plaintiffs IB the different


prompt courteous and careful attention given to all business en- cases. WIJileRockllTHlA

The L. Bear & Co., a corporation,
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trusted to its care. filed an action against the Florida & Wafer

Alabama Land company, a corpora ,

4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. tion for damages: amounting to
--.I served at the
52000. The First National bank of fountain
-- sparkles like fine wine it
i, this city is named as: garnishee in ii' ;
FAIRCHILD I will be improved. Her stay in Norway is only water bubbling
B. H. I ORDER OF RAILWAY this case. ;.I y over If ,
will probably extend over one with ozone. '
pure
pIIOLBTFJRiR: year.A The S. P. Shotter Co., a corporation -

jg EAST ROMANA STREET. negro named John Glover fell CONDUCTORS PICNIC i i entered an action against Rob- I Bottled at Waukesha. Wit.
I
H -k and Refinishing Furniture a from the L. & N. incline on Com- ert Lewis, a turpentine operator of FOR SALE HERB BY

Special mandancia wharf this morning and I Jackson county, for JsOO on breachof L. Bear & Co., Agents

1'110110 4Dfi. I I broke an arm and leg. He was car. THEWINNERS OF THE HANDSOME contract. ,terA4assass2sasasasa52

ried home in the patrol wagon. '
--- The Union Naval Stores: Co., a
"I PRIZES AND THEIR DONORS.The __ .
I The excursion afternoon -
bay Sunday -
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WHITE
R. K. I corporation, enters suit against the
to the Life !Saving: station will I .
Jeweler I Lewis Naval Stores Co. I
;,.r, Manufacturing a corpora- 52525
f j be on the lighter .Sydney, which is .
Order of
I Railway Conductors tion,of Washington ,of which Ha !
i.ia.luate Optician, covered with canvass: and has: comfortable county
has arranged the list of prize winners
seats. There will be accom- Robert Lewis, named in the former :n
,MlM., Peaueola 1"11 i at the picnic given by that order Wed
j jmodations for 250. The excursion action is
: president.
nesday at Magnolia Bluff .and the a
- J will be managed by Joe Reed. /o'c
.- served in each of
--' -.-" winners of the various handsome Papers were : I /

< On a separate sheet in this issue I i prizes are as follows, together with the these cases this morning.

1 and also as a reading notice, will be I I dcnors of the same. I I .

NEWS NOTES 1 found an advertisement of a great i I I I Rocker, given by cambia Furniture '. .

clothing sale to begin Wednesday, :,' Co., to mot popular conductor's ALL NEWSPAPER E5E5HSE5 EES5Z5E5S5H5H5Monday's

July 16, at the M. & O. Clothing wife-Mrs. G. 15. Mcfiill.1 ,
II IIr Bottle of cologne given by William I .....
store 3ii: ; south Palafox street. Read -
[ Blumer to prettiest girl baby under COMMENTS WANTEDA I
T. for a fine Georgia; the prices and you will wonder how I|I two years old-Carrie Leila Radcliffe ]' ><

urivdeE. Wil-oa& they can do it. Center table, given by Marston & -- I
I Quina to lest looking lady- i
Out of eight cases Pt the police Miss Rosa Godwin. young ,, patron of Mrs.: Kendrick, the I

t' ;'n!;>.-rey9 is very ill I court this morning the city gleaneda I Pin, given by C. L. Mann to most I dressmaker, this morning received a Offering "

: \Ir. W. A. D'AlemMiDivid small revenue of but $iU'J. ArthurI popular conductor on grounds-G. B.Ml I.letter,' accompanyin some good* I
I Gill.
I Session, a small was fined
negro I which she had taken. The ,
I Guitar given by Clutter Music goods
| |2 50 for striking another little boy, .
House for most candidate -
and children popular county i
returned by express: were only a 'WILL '
j and J. F. Benson was assessed $1 for present-Lee Daniell. | BEiLAWNS ......
}L'i iiJer-onville, N. C., i I ;:,. } .
i letting his team remain unfastened Plaque given by P. Lindenstruth, to :
under of the ;
saia-1
best looking married lady groundsMrs. carted
on !
i on the street Other defendants
I G. B. McGill. I
I were discharged.The Straw hat, given by Bass & Co., to''I,, does not represent one-third value LACES '
and wife left ont.rJ.iy
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; ugliest man on the grounds-J. K Me-1 I of the entire amount. She promisesto '
: ou a'i5it strong eat well, sleep well, Caskill ,
I I. .i-ville and Nahi. look well. The weak don't. Hood's .I Picture, given by 0. M. Pryor to return the rest within a few days.A : i

most popular engineer on the groundsT. passage in the letter requests
Sarsaparilla makes the weak
strong. -- J. Butler. o-.VXD-o
i.. AQIU and two I Bottle cologne, given by W. A. I the addressee to send all newspaper

t'. -n\;' t.> -ttI hurt MYERS VOTED AGAINST D'Alemherte to prettiest boy baby I clippings bearing upon the lady's
I, under two ".'. Carroll Koff-
years age-
\ t -ptr1 the! !seated: also information
departure, and it requests -

| REQUIRING RAILROADSTO I man.Parasol, by \Vm. Johnson & Son to as to the opinion of the Boys' Wash Pants 1':

best lady dancer Miss Claudie O'Neal.
.1 .' nn.1U >f tl'! N-w Or- her sudden leaving. ,
people over
BUILD DEPOTS Umbrella
given by J. Coleman. to I I
I II. II"C.t H tlH! rfUf-l
,
best gentleman dancer-A. E. Bolline I Mrs. Kecdrick has promised: to j
t ; .t Mr inJ Mr*. T. C.1 I Photo album, given by C. R. Johnson t
return everything to every patron, .
i Senate Bill No. 74. To be entitled, to lady having the most childrenon SEASON'S DEMANDS: FOR DAnny, COOL LAWN8,
the grounds Mrs. S. J. Wilderson.Hat but in each case so far she has: it is THE .
I. \:-.mJu.ta "An Act to require railroad corporations given by P. Stone, to party sell and Catchy Laces! are still strong, with manufacturers still ; (
to construct alleged, retained the valuable portion the situation. The continued hot weather, with _
: I \ \ A Us'-: city t't- passenger depots on ing the largest number of tik.ts-Xot controlling every :

':. "hl"CU"WIt.'i'F their lines of roads and to provide a jet Known. of goods. indication of an uuuually prolonged season, makes them reluctant to I !

-4.: penalty therein.On I Hat. given by \\'. J. & B. Forbes to I I part with stocks and inconsequence hold for strong price. Despite the ; 1 1I ;
the largest man on the grounds-W.
the passage of the bill Mr. BAY strong market tendencies we offer Monday's selling:
!! \\ l:lIan2I: Io-adill': ; Carroll White.

IJ If. "fftltou.. Wj.1111'11',' Myers voted NO. Bill passed 16 to Set of glasses given by B.Gerson to EXCURSIONSUNDAY I ; ,

r t ..' "IIt"r"it'r" ye-terd.iy 3. Senate Journal 1891.). 22june2t most popular married lady present- I .I \ =
Mrs George Hoffman. 3,000 YARDS OF FINE 2,500 YARDS LINEN SHADED ;
:1 FAMILY SEASON TiCKEfsAT Box of candy, given by Sol Cahn & 1

1 ". '1', U'rijfM.Mr-. Luciu : Co., to most popular 'young lady on SHEER LOTUS LAWNS. TORCHON LACE AND INSERTINCS i

i ./.1lr..u111 leave, tol' SICARI'S BATH HOUSE the ground-Miss L. lIar. i There will be an excursion Sundayon
I Pair shoes, given by Myer Shoe I
,:, ,. 1'eu-ucuU plea- Co., to swiftest lady under 16 jrars the lighter Sidney, towed by a In Dainty Stripes and Figure ; ; An Hummer idealVash Underwear Lice for, Fancy garnishing -
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U tukrha1'I?. in ;0-yard foot race-Mi s Shield- steamer to the Life Having Station, 1! a Wonderful Variety of Coloring, Wash Petticoats, etc. The actual:
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Frank Sigari will issue KH family son. worth it 5,8% and 10c. For :Monday I
I the
t tel of (Juup-ville( leaving Palafox wharf at 2:30 in. one of most popular sellers we
sea; *on tickets for baths at his splendid i p. Tuesday Wedneday it will be
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A l 1.\ of
T.Il1p.alld I | and returning at 6:30, leaving plenty have had this sea-on. choice at
M"bile, were this: bith house; for a family of one ALL WHO UK: AIOMIZKRS: in ]

ii.a the r.cimbia.Id to three at f 1.50 for the ea-on and .. t'eating nasal: catarrh will get the, !, of time for surf bathing and to eat If you are here bright and early 5c yard,

for a family of from three up for two ,' best're-ult from Ely' Liquid Cream fish chowder on the beach. Fare 35; you get the choice of patterns at "
f for :
yard i'IC, 12yarns: for 42.
i
child of Mr. and i
dollar The-e season: tickets will I Hilin. Price including sprayingtube ; cents round trip. JOE REED, Po-mvely no: a yard at these prices ,
i if ill with \ 10 Yards for 35c. I ,
inn
very entitle the family to bathe whenever Tocts.; Sold bydruggi Hts or i I afUr Thur-day, r.

'1.14 at the j.arenU' i they wish throughout the s-eason. mailed by Ely Bro*., of! Warrent.:; ., Manager. I
ivy )'Ull. Its death

\tucted.; i -- 23jln1 New York.New Orleans, Sept. 1, 15*.HA THE WEATHER <* 200 Pairs Boys' Wash Pants ,* '

K.: Carpenter and I Everybody has: a right to a little I Messr ELY Boos: -I old two w I

piece of this earth. But they must bottles of your Liquid Cream Balm i
:N-Ily, kit for Dirl- I fight for it. They must watch their to a customer, Win. Liinberton,1I15Delachaise i 1 IX LIGHT, MEDIUM AND DARK: STRIPEK. ALES TO YKAKri, ,

:!'ie 7 a. in. tr.ua to- I chance to get it. and get it. St., New Orleans; he has j TO-DAY (

i f..w weeks with Mr. Thos. C. Watson & Co. used the two bottle, giving him ,
I wonderful and most I e Choice lOc Pair
satisfactory re- Monday
t at $
i\ I'ultiatn.'r j have ome particularly fine bargainsto i I <
suit*. (}Eo. W. McDrFK,
( otfer jnt now, and they invite Pliarmacit.WATERMELONS I Local Koreca>l-Fair tonight and Saturday j --..,..----- --- ---.._ ------...... -.... .. '" ---.. .. ...-----
mi liftVedueday : you to come and investigate same.
". 'i "I k city where sheit i You will never regret having done ; hunt variahlemndiTemperature !I Ii

time with friendsail 1,0, I i,i I' W. J. & B. FORBES.
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> for Norway j i in Last 24 Hours: j

; t Ball Bearing, keen cut- IRllml\m...' ..._.............. ... "dl'/Cr"p5 ,,
"I tint her failing ling Lawn Mowers' at the IN PROFUSION Minimum ,,". .. .. "'.degrees
1' been a matter of II ,
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it- I lyt" her! relative, Willis Hardware Co',';. '
I Temperature Elsewhere : If You Buy Them at the I>otou Shoe Store They are Good :

Max.

t--\\: ....... .. '" .."'.... ... Mrs. Dave Wilson, of South Reus : Atlanta ... .. .. ........ ...... .... V- Min iiI r
.. .... ... ... ... ........ street, delighted a large number of I Kilinarck "...". .. .. ". .... ,M 54
Chicago ... .. .. .., '*>
$ I Cincinnati ..... ........"_. ...... 7,, '.>
friends last night at her home > '
= by inviting (jah'pston.._.... .... ... ........ "" lw Boston
\ IRliSH SHIPMENT; OF Shoe .
e them to be and Huron _... .. ,................ ill M StoreMONDThY ,
present par- Jacksonville .......... .... _H T"1
I Kansas City ._, ... ..... ...., ,.. 7. q
take of a dozen or lu-cious "
'. '-. ; .. more lire V> est ... ..... ... ......... M NI) i
-- --, --- watermelon. and Memphis .... ... ....... .. .......et 7UI
- -- -- to
-- enjoy games I Mobile ..... ..'........... ...._... W 71i
The gathered on time and i Montgomery .... .... ...... ........ W 72 ti
.SMITHFIELD HAMS. party i New Orlt'ans ..... ......._ _. 11 ill ,
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e .. I everybody enjoyed themselves immensely. Spw York ." .. .. .. ..,.. .... 7" n\ '.
-avannnb .. . ... M 74est. ,
e --- ---- ----- -- "- 'I' After the melons had all| Louis '". e! Ladies' Pat. Leather Tip Oxford, worth $2.IKJ) :Monday ..... .... .. ....$1.41)
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: = :: i Ladies' Black Kid Pat. Leather Scroll ,
-'Y" Fancy Oxford worth ,: 00
V ., I' been eaten, young ladies and gentlemen IT r'o Monday .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. ,.. .. .. .. ..,.. .. .. .... .. .11.40

P JUST RECEIVED. alike amused their -elves in a If 100 WoiaorS.\\ :' Ladle' Black Kid Pat. Leather, Heavy Sole, Rope Ktitcli r !'ular ,

battle: royal with rinds; and while I I,,. t2.fiu Shots: .. .. .. .... ... .. .. .. .. .. ...... .. .. .. .... '.. .. .. .. ..$ia;

Ladies' P.1t.'ici, Medium Sole, Cuban Heel Regular $2 j5 Shoe.$2 2m J
the "fight" fierce time,
was at no ,
F RESH FLORIDA SYRUP = I serious casualties resulted and all MARITIME. ....- ...... -- ---- ----- .

9 took their departure at a late hour,

\ GALLON JUGS 75cts PER GALLON. = lading the hostess and voting thocca..inn z i PORTS. BOSTON SHOE STORE ,
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one of extreme enj 'yineut. ForJulytodate.. .. .... .?! iTHTi, ,
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J WI: lINl : J --- AIIkI>'ED.sortsvanna. ,I' XATIIAX (\ mCIIIDIIJ<< : I''ullrit'tur. }
HORSE SHOEING. : :,7t Christensen Tampico
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k to juH Transit Co
J M. F. Gonzalez & Co's Corn Meal g Sir. A. L. Woolen, who is well M span H ;0111 s braciA van ,21J., I.uiirrsna Tampa to i I i i i Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street.
known in thi city as the best practical I
hore-,hoer In the city is now i
,I I\CIA si VILV. Uk iu charge of our shoe top' at J. \1.Howell's : ARRtt'EDAT y1TARANTISL, !I I UK S1NTA KOS9UKK \ I Fishing tackle of all kinds < '
old stand, where he will i: Hr n Halopia. IABurge< L'h Palmas to ;
Kix :M Itobinson I IJATHI.NO .; .\ .> HMK.NT
be pleaded to see his many friends. .. and good crab nets at the
Pensacola ,
Am hs !> Leech, Tampico to J
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SOL CAHN & CO. IJj j 5t SPITZER & KIRKTATRKK. '' Jut! Transit lo -- i i Bathing in the warm gulf water is Willis Hardwaer Cos. :
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kk CLEAKLH. I conceeded to be the finest in the :I;

ICECOLD'ATERMELONS: AT Nor ee6asna. iffl.! Chri'tfnuen. l.yUulf world. Evervthing for pleasure with 1 VIRGINIA COLLEGE
s ICE '.<, Transit to for Tampico, with :5JW-) tons coat safety Ooud board and lodging, by I.. i
THE GARFIELD LH) ,,
valued at ll.o) I YOl'>C I.AD1KS,
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS, k I :be day or week. L'ineheon promptly -I lUianolce, Va.Open ,
served at all hour, day or night. "*'pt..I',. M!, One of the lading =;
Marston $ Quina IlAILIm : KcbooU for ount Ladi-. to ttie h utb
carrythe CHARLES H. BJ-RTOX
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nor Palafox and Intendencia Streets. New building,
Hr Ii' Le largest line of matting, orders I> 2m-tf Manager Campus teD scrt-8. Grand mountain scenery -
I in alley c.f'a famd for h-altii. Karnpvan t
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P c: 1-n rr. ?* .4 Pensacola, Fla. = rugs, window shades, etc., \vA1'1'L I. I The finest line of sterling silver I I Conservatory and A m..rcan adTantaico teachi in < ",ull Music coon and f f

in the city- We lay our ----- ---- I iV hoods and silver novelties U to be .: Elocution "1',idnt from (blrty tau'".
ANThlTUMETwelTe :
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...:\:X:\:..........a"'.................................... .... matting free. \>> Cook Laurie, at Southern eup..nt..n.Cotton Oil i found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to I.'I I For catalolrupa MAlIiK .. .. .... .............. .... ; Mill near Ooulding. lIJt please all. Roanoke, Va.

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DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1902


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i AN EPISODE OFTWO MISS VIRGINIA mm KILLING OVER TRIVIAL AFFAIR. I I

WILL MAKE MISS FAY LEE
CAMPAIGNS Fatal Encounter Between Two Men
Tells How Hospital: Physicians ,
In Bibb County. President of the Shakespearian Club
Kansas
t"awl : E. City.
Heljr Lydia
AFFIDAVITNew upon Macon, Ga.. July l'i.' -D. T. Pyron

(Crlgnal.JOn I'inkLanTs Vegetable Com was shot and killed by J. W. Campbell I Your booklet cam to my i nervous tens i. T ,

the James river bcae mile below pound. Waldea borne like of health
I yesterday aftertoon at a message soon term t jrivew ,
Lease of Life for 1 nichmond Is lautatioa hvuse when I hid suffered with
ar a | manor I'DEAr. Mm. FtN.l.&MTwelveyears Bibb county miles from Macoc. the strain.Y)"jp-'r1! 3; ,

Iowa Postmaster. thatliS built! in 1GJ.. About the middle I c "ntiau- -rvie at the sick The tragedy occurred in J. B. Wild's headache: ,backache and bear a at wry nna.-ual l Uiit'. :..
I weak
!: cf the last century the awnr of the kJ in some of our prominent hospitals ing-down pains. was V >r iajh; or wee <. .
.:ore. 1>)'ron was the Southwestern nervous and hysterical and _3.. at n'.
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as writ as at private homes has an; arc-
I'tstmi-ter IL II. Randall! of Dun f:;t.ti was a \\ldow, JJrs. M.ir::..irctiMfh.e. had not consulted doctor T.3.
I given EC varied experiences with the railroad tdeeraph operator at Waldea. any a wjat M.ssF-- :
lip. la.. I have been
says: a great ; who tad two twin Il'u.utr-rs. I. thinking it would away)1) Sorts St..J
I diseases" women. J have nursed some Campbell is a contractor and well pass
mSerr: fern lr.digf-.tlfjfi! and result
IlirliHra< and Kiizabt-th. Mrs. Kitcuie in time, but instead I found &aaas tity. Ka .
ILz evils tar year 1 eing unable to .ID known Mac also had acquaintances : -as ?
in on. Pyron
w.iery wealthy and very acibitious.i that the pains increased and comic; to wi..>n S:. r.$ .
lain permanent relief, I resolved to trj took: her daughter to Curpe with here were; more frequent. I decided h ? herself by take:.? W\ t
Kodol !> "Ia Cure. B fore 1 hac
>spar ;
taken one tattle I knew I had found a \'il'to their: niarryicz n',llei.icn. A The trouble originated over a trivial to try Tine of Cardul JIM TiV tr+. Cardai. Toe V.3: r: :; ,
much ,
short timcwas her
and in
whit I bad long; looked for. After i German baron prq wt d for Barbara iffair Campbell lived with his familyat cniii ii i..iiiiiiii> ili..i> iViiiiiiiiMM B strung hear y wimproved. ..:
It seemed to act like charm. has
&
male
it
again, as : : a nsu: n
few buttle* 1 cured of awl was acr('jti-U by the d"ither. wh r
was a soreness it Walden. Pyroa was a married I kept the treatment and the result | strop and
aj Ml Fide! that I had not been free l.d nut consult ttr: dau i al'r in tb'I 6 ? up : women ; beaJtny. By t-
Words fail
t| man, but his; family resides in Wai-1+ wu most lat i actory. to ex- ing reg:1ucel3truatlJn: tie
from for suffering
dr than for years. Kodol UypepsizCur1 frv .)wlifticTLe mother did n >tl i ton county. Pyron had been forbId. pros IS cow my saved gratitude me. I am la fine b sv;e::1 i3 lievedoftheterribawa: :' 'et1

ha given I me a Jew lease of fife fat len to use a house on Campbell's th.1 The ligaments whIch 1:
Hjrbara tad love '
1 snow a Affair Fh'S1UUyandmcnt] y. IcanolilY womb
"If any suffering! p 'run will UMKf ., premises.A there in place are strengthen,d : a
1 with a Li-utenar.t in tl.e United States thank you', but is much more
.(l'.l Uygepsia Cure, I believe, if it rJc-. quarrel ensued about this and: heart for healthy! flow and that organ h r' r .
it I Ii a dsea,-d stomach from which the) i arll.y, Thiodore Benton, a fine young \L my you. to its normal position. R 3-
fellow but without cent in the world 1' Pyron struck campbell twice on the G-DOWY pains are the 3
i m2tr: that they will receive irma a \ health! is the result This
u 11' it
Lut rent!. Anyone wi".hinjjcan have tspt his Iny. Had ?Le been aware of '- / head with a piece of Iron. Camp. rnJEARI! that women know If Wine of Cardui has done f
'J. ) t .
r
lIt a iW'Tn statftuent as to the cnuinnev! : .his attainment she would n' tl.roustt ua"e ...'o. ..... tell! then, picked up a 22-caliber parlor are suffering from this troa- cf the best in Amen sa: a

andtruthfulttssof this statement" III r daughter back to \a.t'riC'a, .... i..J ;"" rifle and shot Pyron once in the breast. tie you need not be uncertain women .A

This timonial ithe voluntary which the did thinking: it proper that :) ,,A.JJ.-. -,._.. ." ; ".. killing! him IIlHatt!).. about it. Tie pains in the abdomen: If you need advice write T :

statement i-f a man who ha suffered, ;- '.\ Coroner Davis held and and back that feel as if heavy weights Advisory Department 1 ,.
the baron should! coi e fur Ier at her an inquest
fou&d( relief and \V3.nto. ; th rs to receive! i'I,0' the were pulling down on the nerves of the nooga Medicine COIEJ':anr,i" ; ,
Louie. verdict justifiable homicide.
the same oefits. Kodol VJsp.'p.a! own I -IS, ctr.rxt GR.E3, was stomach are 'bearing-down pains". Tenn., desaibirj a.i y ,. .

Cur will cure any caP of tomact Soon after Lor return Darbara met .P: ,:der.t"t.l.Ton'fl :.ttJo4.WaeI'tIJ'IrDx.Y. They nay not be particularly severe at freely, and a Utter cf r.

trfiuble. It ruts the stotu'ich by diI I-ieiitHiaiit Renton at out uf thy hous most iLstreisin: :* cases uf inflammation MAYOR HANDY WITH HIS GUN. present but they are pwicj worse. sent Secure a U-

grsttrg what jouat The re t aloni fuc.D- the llllt)1 l over whir soon was I J I'! and ulceration cf the ovaries and womb. That headache which nearly drives yep: you. .e

1 wrQ rl' t'fe hf-aith But Kodi! !II float the Cotifwkrate C::L. ready: I have kn-ivrn that d.H-torsuseJ Lydia Trouble Follows Over Bet on Game of distracted now is caused by the terribla of Cardui from your t .

Iy'leI 1 Lurf a.v contains, tonics !1 h. r>; were niutunnss; ot the great j! I;. 1'inkhain'a'cgetalle Coinpound Baseball.

i wfc ,'h t .d i.i; tl.H I oran and ha..tec .tri:; ge to emuF' the 11'.11 f -:.:tYou don't have tc with their patients. I have advised my WINE of CARD I have tr-" ;
and Ix.th knew that
this
TII man here of a shouting affray '.
o\ -r
rt'K'! .d'.l I )'-r/-psia: Cure will di. j' patients and! friends to} use it and have Wire -

( ,e-? wi...' y'a at. Jlt-Jps children, too. xrnild be an aJ.tonrl'n; on wly ; yet to hear of its :.r-l failure to cure. a bet on a game of baseball between::

Mrs. Ritchie would never consent to .' Four years a?" I had falling of the Judge J. T. Holton and T. }'. Farm -

j Kodol Dyspepsia Cure tin :r niarriazt-: Barbara told her lowr [' womb from straining: lifting a heavy in Fitzgerald in which the latter was

f Cures all Stomach Troubles. ,f the contra h. r mother Lad entered patient. and knowing of the value of wounded.It THE NEW GROCERY STORE.MOVER

f lr.t' r. I 1l9 II. ts.tllet .LtkiLiJ: % units the !ioc..lJ.e. urged h

! ONE M!-UTE cough cure not her Suon mother's after while consent Denton, but she and dared R.ir- !'I1 more am most and pleased have had to have no trouble had an opportunity since.- latter was persuaded to leave the placeto WILL

. to say a few words in praise of avoid trouble but it is said Farmer

('.yes
of the firing on Fort Sutiitt-r. take occasion to recommend it." Keeps First-Class
every saloon. Here, it is alleged he renewed a Complete, Up-to-Date Stockof
) Natick; PnarnacyJohnSheppard ''."riton haetentd to find fiarbara. told Miss VlSOIMV GBA>E9.-f 5000 forfeit if

t B. Kuhi.. bar that he must at once make his way a w.le tes'imof al it not genuint. the offensive language and Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No .
made a movement as though to drawa
Lydia r.. I'inkhaui's\egetable
north and again! urged Ler to marry
i Compound has stood the test of pistol.! 30 W. Covernment St. Salisbury Block.
ARMY POST AT CHICkAMAUGA. him. She consented, a clergyman was 1 ,
time, and has cured thousands. |I Judge Holton then drew his pistil
t. ailed, and the two were made man : TELEPHONE 32T.
I. )Irs. I'itikham advises "ick0- and fired at Farmer the ball taking
and ntfi. Renton rrnche.lVaahinrton\ .
: No Legal Objection Exists Against Its ., : men free. Address, Lynn, Mass. effect: in his left shoulder. Judge -
Safely ltarbarawent hom to her moth
I Establishment. I Holton Is the Abbeville.. Thm..n :
broke the her mayor ICE AND
rand marriage. WOOD.
: ue-ws/.f
,
' 1 C'.attanix! ua July li.--funeral H. I'I 1'hr next huiuuier thr "'o at the ltit( hie I II II j I Cr tJiud;! was made up would stop at up to the tim of the quarrel had
V. Il'iintnii prf"i(!"rat of the Chlckain !I which she ben
.: plantation listeiu-d\ day for a no Ljfans regarded legiti- good friends and it Is aid, before -

1 a nt a National iark ommianlon, III :'1: week to the distant Imwiii every of cannon iu i' :::ate i<> accomplish her object She | the train left for Abbeville the WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE

" an. H.trnirw here today In regard to the battles about Iliihuiord. Then the i is I considered! that her daughter had been I two had: patched up the r differences THIS SUMMER THAN EVEK FEFCRE

1 th. Iilittlt) !hmfor.t uf a permanent ar i it i "iincls. like a storm that had come, stcjitu from Ler.: Therefore she Lad aright Farmer's wound Is not considered se

my :past at ("hl' l.amauna park said: I l'i herself of her
; ; repossess ownprupfTty. rlous. SEND US YOUR
i riMifd fn m the top of Mal\rn L'.il.but ORDERS NCi/tf.
Tl." phlg.a! ,' .* R< nral has She would not lie. She had II
,
a cohort distanceaway.. Ken'nliad : ,
K'.V! n dd oulnion that no h-gal! ojc"tinn asked lienton, "If my daughter: comes
{"'me! and with it only the! cracking: Thompson Olsen & Co.
'-xl-ts: for buil'llng o9ir'ers' quart ,, into this room and confirms what 1 When Other Medicines Have Failed ,
of rilUs < n the picket IiIHl'h !) a
(' and l i.arra'ks! uithin Iho limits of Late !said will:! you believe her?" Then Take Foley's Kidney Cure. It has
oili'-er tl.e !
joniiir rIll e up to plantation Manresa Street Tel
th \n-l I Two sites uithln the paik: .itinoiiiicitl him!'>. If as Lieutenant Theodore 'L,.- ordered Kliz.tbtth: to personate her cured when everything else has dis thone J': ,\

i -istcr. LiizaU-tli without of appointed. Sold by W. A. D'Alua- - -- -- -- --- - -
are '.t '! 'r <'onside-ration. one on the r.i-nton aicd. upon lieinc:: told that strength -- -- --- --
character to resist her mother bad !Jette, 121 South Palafox street i
w. .t '.d bftwfn SlIfJ.llras Hill. and : for family were there manJc-J to see ; II I ESTABLISHED 1863.

, the .t!. r In the tiunity of Jays mill. !!! Ills wife. dune as she was told. Barbara on the I I

t I Th r. I ii A stroLK inclination i to pur- | Mrs. Ititcliie came Into the draw-in? arrival of her husband had been locked Medical SOCiety. Attention. I! McKENZIE OERTlNQ
in her room and bad not known of the & CO.
'
of suffldf-nt f"r'
6 > .i- a trait aria r'M.ln and retched him with a haughtyuiannrr ; There will be of ,
a regular meeting
"utra ,:c that had been committed until i
f'a ,, ,, dious! so.nli of the o
om: pn.-t i>rtalii by no nifnrii oftciieil by tLe --DKALKSB 0 .
after her mother's death when her sister the Pensacola Medical Hociety at'
.-.1 :: ..fs of thfjmrk.." j jllrfurr fart that he wi tin invader of her the Board of Health: office at E '

|i state nud her plantation She told him I confessed and begged; forgiveness. I (o'clockp.m.Tuesday, July 22. I Ship Chantey and General >Hardware>
the .\rl<. Barbara when she learned how she ,
> that Itarbara wax ill and that .Le did i Visiting physicians are cordially I I
Noah ark Is hUppod inf :, had been misrepresented to her husband -
ii'-in-rally: |
1 not wish to few; hhnVh" n the war lurited to attend. eon AND eon 8. PAL I OZ HTHEET.
' 1 \, Kin arlit ship "f wliiih we hate I<: e-nded. she would apply for an annul- was In u:: ny. She bad resolved j jt DR.W. C. DEWBERY, .de3EN

r<-, "nl, lat, tht-re exist! paintings of I Ill I went of the marriage.. Benton tlll
, ;ypliun a->-u-N IUIUIt'II! .I i)' older than tlyn.tu..1 L'tJon troops appeared.. DR. L. DEM. BLOCKEB, REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S HO? H C0.'tj ,
to believe the btatecitnt. Since GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RD8SEL A
tl..- date, i". J'i R. C., usually ssslirimlto IV-nton sent a note to his commandIn n25ttf Secretary. i I BON'8 PCMP8. I
he was with nn army Mrs. Hitchiei __ __
to the ark ladug. hiil-'tHj, probably Ll"I i. could not hate him ejected. She therefore ofiiciT announcing that he bad i( I t Sum Cirdiii hills, Oils Itoilcil iBStrimisti, thrti, litkiri, lulls! z

r tw'-*'u "u-it) and eighty centuries oM. I found a loving wife and asking for a '
resorted to btratipy."If MYERS PRESENT COMPASSES LOGS ETO.C. .
M<.r ",MT. there are now ti eJI.h'w'l e It-axe. It was granted, and that night ,
* my daughter; cotaes Into this McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent; for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Ana
iu I.n.t: 1 U.iiH wl.idi were built about :I room and confirms what 1 bate said, the woilding was celebrated not by the BUT NOT VOTINC ciation.

the i"'ri will 1.lIen' btrY'
jou -
---- but !by the rejoicings of the ne- ;
"I will." Senate Bill 29, A bill to be entitled
I IMlnlit .Tocs, for whom with their new master i i
"n.v n Itnil nerwnln.i I
I Half an hour later a young g'.rl stood The Star
railroad
"An act to companiesin
j the of had at last require Laundry
i r ito hew Jtuit t"I'I-.IlJhll. I PIj the thn' day Jubilee come.
lIrld. pale apparentlyj
111"11 >
,
the state to erect cattle yards and
MAUUICE K. BROCKET
: I Smith i
"'( 11o i Xfliaiigfpu'pitswilli; Ir.
j illness. Denton, string what ap- I
I crossings on their lines of railroadin
it Simla v. to be the fchndow of his wife
piiu-ed Busiest
J'Jhll-\\'u. tulle 11..1!I The Journal shows Biggest Best IAn I
sir. If yeti : my : MepiK-d forward. lh: girl motioned Acts Immediately. certain cases. ,

\li you won't ,lo it. I've SITU Dr.Siuilli's him back. I Colds are sometimes more trouble- that Mr. Myers was present but did

pulpit. and It's the oat worn ;j I "Tl!eodore." she said "I did wrong pf 4ilP in summer than In winter, it's not vote. Pages 399-409, Senate Jour.

out pit-* *' of furiiiturt- in t'JwlI.-hka. i I so hard to keep from adding to them Call
in Evening
without mother'sconsrut.
marrying you my nal, 1893. 23june1w on
:::0 NVwu. i I while cooling off after exercise. One
i
tuln.lrenr.- -- I"-Ile-Mnlnlalnnl.PliiK I:I.." .. you nfrain" A Minute" "olnt"ly Cough safe.Cure Acts cures immediately.at once. ..yny-Hal..m Kellcvr ICleht:; Away ;fir ,,;t;. ctrl Your Swell Friends

Renton uiRKcrnl from the house v d maki a s.eedy end otcoiuha and voids j
Sine for
An- MrMylfV: tiitortainIlKIlM cure coughs colds croup f
au; wi'l find will be
: you warmlvreived I
mounted his horse and rode c
i awaj' tl.mat and lung troubles. Hargis'Plarnafy .
-- -
trey <'X< i JIIMM-V -- -- -- -- --
Pout Nell 1 hliuul'l s.iy so. Sin has i Two years Utter (:raid laid a pontoon John Sheppard and Sidney ., F if you are well and ndreed

bridge across the James nihanced to Kal.i.. LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS .
Just m.'i'liiipih>Mii"ti to have the con.u and your linen is irrepr
.
j l'i ten-burs nod besV-ted the place. !I s
'1'1:111' t f ln r gu.ts tdyrihted.litlpuu.re t able. A
Hcr.tl'lllialth I curing the passage: : of the Union troops I O.A.BTO %.A. woman of refitn

: --- aiio s the river an omoe'r rode up to i! Bean the the Lttd You Hae A'eais 3otjjl&gn OF PYTHIAb 4 a always gauges a man's well br.

the Uiiehle plantation and without dis- stinct* by the condition of ha.y -
1- H- I" .....'try 1-i all the lu : & # PenJiacnla Lodge No. S, K. of PM
IUfllIItln hande a negro H note ad'lr."I i of and he goes into her pre 'eu'"
tU-M :iwi'! .i- pha.nre.] ('f life: that I meets Monday BTOL
.1 to firs Tlufulorc P.enton. It 1 every snored with ,
c- .
when '
the inn i- <.f j'i.tad|,dui. it it c'luul totit I Ing aM: read: I There's lou of money be made In the Klount Watioi. collars and cull have
been d<
H f l: V Are you cf the :%-n t! mInd as la the !, In real e-tlte-Iot of it. A real estate !- r. Haildlns; thIrd floor

Bummer of ISCI: ? If so. I will na away and I sin i* usually a flner-board to v'lsitlnu welcomed brethren corauil- o.e._: at the Htar Laundry.

Cure Eczema and Itching Humor when you wish an annulment of our marriage i, wealth. Thos. C. Watson & H, A. Lrt.U. .

Through the Blood Costs Nothing I will not oppose It. THlOLIORl I Co., the leading Heal Estate firm 'te'' HORflLER

: to Try It. I In a few minutes Itarbura appeared have some offers which it would K. K. A 8. ALL WORK C. O. D. Goods Called for and Delivered rrc:.

Ii. It. It. It..Mine Itl'MHl Hahn; H at the door and between hysterical II be worth your while consider.. Go

n"w rcco;:nlz"d a-icertain and sure tears and laughter held cut her arms. and see them today and don't wait TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.

tare f'tr Krzcin t. Itcluii/'kni. Humor" r.eutoii sprang; from his horse to her 11 till to-morrow. I & V 1!
\\\afr WALKER INGRAHAM
1"'lIb-. :TeakVatery Jtlntr e-mbrace. Marston $ Quina are sole \ AjjaintKJ Manager.
The first piece of news the husband ; n n ..
*. 1'111:1'1.Addu.: It-ni-. or : --r --- .
cents the celebrated h &xposIdoe
rtcehed was that Mrs. Hitchie had \ a for
Joint Ii.'ii-, I'arbunrloI'riikln .II\6dt tlte Gold ft f TIME TABLE.
died; the second was an explanation of ;\Odorless refrigerators, :t # Award to
1'aln in tt.p1011.: Old Katiu :Sort--,
the renunciation! which had occurred
, 1 J Ulcrte.. ll.'ttnio: : Itluml 11 ihn when Benton had been there before. \absolutely guaranteed or 44 I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROADIS .
. refunded. EFFECT DECEMBER 1. IwlPENSACOLA
Ltkeuinternally, cure4theworst andt Mr--. tit .was! a.jvman who when [money

must d..rpeatrd ca..... by purichill, New Orleans and Mobile.

; I purifying and vitalizius; tl:*> blood, WHISKEY ---

J thereby Kiviii a h":.iltby blood urI 1 LAW DEPARTMENT ,, No.6. Ao.4. No.2 No.!. ; No.1, S' s
' idjr to tl.e skin Kotauic Blood IIillil 1:15. 1 :l\m: 1l:05p Leave.... Peneacola.Arrlve Ioola 4"IP: P
t '' e 1Ixi 2:27 In Leave_... nomaton...... }
a
a
KewM p .cave !:!I.'i a z jtJ p p
!s the only cure to t.iy cured, fortheceawf'ul !! llIJ( a 42p: I 755 a I.foave....._ Mobile ..._ Leave U:3)n't 1.:5: n 9
annoyingkm trouble". -ot-- ..... .. \I5p': 7:30 a Lpne ...SW Hrlp"nl __ vave $9sp T : a
moray
Jlth.r remedies in jy relieve but 15. u

H. It. actually cures, heals .very John B. Stetson UniversityDo North.No. .

nor, and gives th** rich glow of sou tY Damiiieisser Bros. !. ..
So.
o. I So -
health to ttJ.. ..kin. K. It. It. builds 0Lnn43 Florida. .
1 up 11ipm 12:15pm Lun. .. Pensacola -.Arrive 4:+0pm aram,
the broker ,wn body and makes .. 8:15am Arrlve.,. :>lontlomerYLnve
8i1pm 11:15.m
vipm
.
JOHN I' FOUUES. I'll. H., l.r."lentI.REHT J. PAUKIH L. B., Dean I .
: the blood red and noumliin Over 11 ;5i am i:1J'I pm Arrive blrmtngbam .LuTe ttJJ; am' S p 111
I'all Terns Coiiinu'iift" AVcMlin-Mla October 1 U 1:05 p m 1:11) a m ArrITII_. .sbTllle ._.,Leave
)
HKH voluntary tectimonitls of curesby > 0tl.
KIDNEY DISEASESart I 1:$) a m :13. m Arrive _,.LoalevtlleLeave 9:15 pm 1..i. III
botanic Blood lialiu ((15. B. B.i TWO 1'EAR5'000R9E-The Law I'*partmint of John B. Stetson Cnlversitygives 7:20 am i1Seam/ ArrlveClnclnnatlLuve 8IJJpm Ii pll1

1)ruggi-t*.. f 1. Trial tre.itmeut. free. ato-yvAiV course*. "" .: tothett"greeofLLB 0 7'tam: IJ\ pm. Arrive... ..Ht. Loul. ..._..Leave 4l5pm_ \Dm
: and prepaid by writing Blood Balm HKGKKE -\II Ill'1'I1'u Tll KAK-Tbe. diploma of the Law Department of John B.
AND
Htelon I'nlvermtv admit to the Kar RIVER JUNCTION.THE. .
t ,. Co., Atlanta, 0:&. Describe trouble n'HTH ER INruKMATIOS-l-or the Lav,'Annoanc< nient of b'2-3,and all other de- to molt fatal of all A* -
and free medical advice give until slr0JtnforiuatiouregariD tbrLawDepartmentaddres No. 21-DaUy No 1-1IaUylOo stop where time not shown I No. I-lI.Uy No. t: ,aJr J,

t cured. i ALHERT J. FARRAH Dean of Law Department uca.
1 I 11:56 pm 7:00 a m Leave_ Pensaools._Arrlve lO\ol! pm 11 p ID
-- -- De Land, Fla. Itl night 1:13" ._. P.obemia: ._ 10I1" s JII

t7A.9TOTtXA. IIITIIIIIEI UO":! 7:11" .. Ynleltra __ 10U" .
-------- FOLEY'I : 13" 7:1'1" ... ,,Escambla_ 10St" a '
gars th. 1I' Knd Y6a Hate halts Batgfc ItS5" 1:25": ..... Mulat 10:1I:: u
12:311 It 1/11": .. ._ Harp _. 10:1" 1.IoJ
tfutut Tulane of
J U 4-? I University Louisiana. I U''I) 7.M"' .--Galt City._ 10t5" P ;
.J icfu&dtd. CorWistwasdlss Ui" 1:3i" '_ MUton. 1010" 6..)
I Now Orlort.ru or mousy I:. ) a m _.. _.000d Range.- _._ I'/
I 1 rtcogniMd by eoi- IM" 915 ..-._ Holt._. OIS It 4.25
Seasonable household 1:: l" 8 :41 It ._ l11IIgal1 __ 11-1" 4.11
I Drat phjnidtni u the bat fat 2ai II 1a5 ._Creltnew ,,, 0:11 II 4.J:
and kitchen utensils at the EDWIN A. ALDERMAN LUX President 1:00" 8'M lJeerLand 8M" eu
I KUAlsr tad Bltddtr troubla.I 13" 11:10 Mossy Head 8:.) r l'
Hardware CO.'S.The 4 OI II 35 "
Willis ; .Det'unlak8prlngL. 8:1'1" r.N
: Full Coords In Languages. ecicnce Engineering. Law Medicine Pharmacy Art. JIIJCI .W isiatI + 4M II iH _..._ Argyle. 'I:.. .. J I II
who owns: hU own home $rvrn Separate Departments. Huteea Banding Extensive Libraries. Laboratories :") 17 ?.PoDce d. Leon. 'Ii": .1
man i and Workshop Splendid Department for Women In the Xewcomb College. I W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. &:00" 10:10 II ...Weltvllte .-_ 7:17" \
; luiures himself against lots of I' Tulane makes leaders In all vocations. Its facilities for Instruction are unsurpassed 5:04): IIU .' .._ Caryvllle_ 'IU" 4.
trouble and worry. Nobody can in the South EUbty-sli Instructors and 13 students last session. Many scbolarthlps Ii.a" 10:91! _P.onlfay_ 1:1.1": !.1I
1 his to Louisiana I All creditor legatees, distributees and :()) 10U: Chtpley_ 1I1" 4
rain bit rent and the rent day In the academiedepartment open boys. Expenses of scholarship student
"
I all having claims demand IJ! l1fJT" ._Cottondale. Jj 11211I
persons or _
"
11173for S. lOD. Board and lodging In dormitories low rates. Opportunities afforded ., ':U"
j no terrors for him. It's easy: to owna academic students for self-help. In the AcademicCollegeenoboy, If properly against the eatateof Fred Bauer, deceasedare 1:00" 11:25" ........Marlanna Ir) ,4
preparedi ..
borne no w-a-days. Thos. C. for college ..work will be turned away from inability to pay tauloa, Neil session begins required to present them to the undersigned 'I'IQ to. 11:45 ,. ._Cypress_ 11:3'1 to !J"3 I.d
cSt Co. can tell you how October lit. Send for Catalogue. within two years. 7tO.. 11:5% _Grand Ridge II 1i"I: II i
Watson MAX L. BEAR. 7tj. UfJ noon to _.._ Hnea4I...:::::: .. 11:1"; At) to
Call ana see them. Address B. K. BRUFF It
easy it H. : ,Secretary. I JlOoawSw Administrator. g:1S 1:15 Arrive-RTerlnnotoa ".Lene 5:1(1( J ,



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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY 11, 1-J02 M



-- -. i i SINISTER STOICS DENIED. t 1 I the voters of each precinct shall vote .rn.,.." ......_"" .01 -_. .._ ,.... =.' ""

I AN OLD ADAGE for a member of the executive committee -,

from his precinct anil the ciu'iu :j.
, British Medical Journals on Conditionof :
v King Edv.ard. SAYS_ date for the executive committal re-

ceiving the highest vote cast hal! 'Vmember
t It,;. 0:1. July 10.-An authoritative r I
I, "Aight purse is a heavy ccrse": a of the executive ciiiaro.tK'until ,
tat ,-rt! it-warding the health of
King
Sickness makes a light purse. his successor shall be oho lU in'
r E.I Uu: i wcs published in today's isfea the 'ear.190-l.. '

i of the Bluish Medical Jouical. h The LIVER la the seat of cine Qualifications of Voters.

: SflV;, : tenths of a!! disease! !i These and only those persons shall

;i In 1'iew of the fact that sinister be permitted to become candidates before -

stoi-.ts continue to be or to vote at or participate
manufattui d \
1 R in the management of this primary'election i -a Infants ord Children.is .
'r' and pritted, it be _
may again stated -
4(2asria
fha.9 as Ttt9s M -"' -
who are white democratic eiec-
1 emphatically .- .t'.' .. crlhNttte ( ... Oil. Faro-
as possible that during leis I :t 'r.: : lor .tlll.
,
ri r duly registered for the election
the operation no trace of malignant B i9 g'Jl'lt'. j ifn.n :' -l "; "Ithl';: S\ :'lIp'. It i- !Mri'-ant. It
1 I disease in the year lip), or on the Ii, 18 and .;:\tail1s )le'ib r Op i iIII. titorithiur| nor other Nart-otic ;si 1 1.m1lOttttU''t'
wa observed
I ; that no buspi- go to the root of the whole mat: 14th days of June, 1902 who declare J !L j'.osti'oys "'unu.. and n.i\-! r,'\tri>liiii'j>.. : i
t don or any kind has arisen since, and tltir! adherence to the principles and It es'fs'S Di-MTMi.M a'ul: A\'i.+l {'oI:.'. It'rolirxos Toothill' ;
j that the medical attendants ter, thoroughly, quickly safely organization of the democratic '.
I are quite party, ; TtfHlh! if<< :> ;i.l ciitv< { .II1>tip.ttjolt. It rcuul.it ho

r satisfied that his majesty's constitution and restore the action of the national state and county, who if Stlmatw i : l1',n,>N, ;;i'h iw!; lifaUitv and 11I Iiit'.il blooy.: i

B.fJ.BY I is thoroughly sound." LIVER to normal condition. thoy voted at the regular election Tie Ciil lnu's i'.uuuvu-The lulii':"*> 1'rieinl. i


; ..m >t !j The"The British progress Medical of the Journal last week adds:: ha: Give tone to the system and hold election! next thtn preceding voted such the primary demo- The Kind You Have Always Bough' t tfTIears

r77wr solid flesh to the cratic ticket: : national, state and
j!: :!J ? I been that body. '
1 everything could he 1I U>- ,, county, who are by the laws the Signature

U-r.- I aired. The wound though still deep.is Take Mo; Substitute.__ : of the state lawful electors of of

granulating well. The last ten the election district in whkfi they "G

_h aL i day the improvement In his majesty's: -- ---- offer to ,'ote. who have paid their poll I ; -

Q i. general health has been remarkably tarts legally dui not less than ten 4/Zi. .

jJ I' J .h. I rapid. The king has regained his THE PRIMARY days before such primary election is ;
held and who shall
j I str.;njfth almost completely and is able when challengedby
any elector, pledge in
writing upon
:-". im of beant'an.*) j to take "restricted diet with a good', oath before an inspector, his honor 'o I In Use For Over 30 Years. j

.i. !haCH! >MU btr to i' appetite. i abide by and support the result of such ;
,! ELECTION CALLA .r er Nt.J. eOM..N* u MOa.1e erarfr .rw.Ona e' ?
TV faculty is keenly The Lancet also stigmatizes as "lies" primary and vote for the nominees .. i ''t1 << Ii"" Ii
'I --- -- --- .
:: = :
r-i
the joy, ambition the sensational rumors circulated, and therefor. =

'tig satisfaction com I sax's: I I --- i ii I i[ The inspectors to conduct this election
NOTICE.
'! ./, in the dear and "There I Is not and never has been ,. will be selected by the committee REMOVAL ;
1C.COO fro. .
> -'"IiI to see light an*l i A primary election of the democratic at a meeting to be held at the -
I the faintest shadows I
of
or ghost a suspicion Awarded at Part
!.t tlcr bbe shall see a i Patty will be held in Escambia county I i: office of Judge T. R. McCullagh, at
of malignant disease. Dr. G. M. Tuttle
". 10,,' face beside her any i/ ,
c The Lancet i Florida on the 13th; day of July, A. D. (7:30!(i p. m., June 24, 1902. This com-
/t-t to her specifically asserts that '
expectancy. : mittee will meet at Judge McCul-
> nnJ applied externally J the king is free from cancer 1902: for the purpose of nominating I I lagh's office at S o'clock Saturday Dr. J. G. Heard, :

,lit). still relieve the I candidates for the following offices: i I i night, July 19, 1902, for the purpose of I f i I .
and mother and I DENTISTS.
no Coronation To Occur August 9. One United States Senator. I I'I canvassing the vote and announcingthe

i'...ilthy! hearty blooded, strut and; London July lit.-It is said on gool One Representative in Congress, 3rd result of said election and the inj'j UiiiiiiiH 7 sad ''. M.i'onio Tf 11I1" ".

pure authority that subject to the District. I i spectors will have then and there the WINE CORDIAL i
1 m. ".\b') are mutually approval ( All bracchfs .,f Mirpiral. Operative and 11
i One Justice of the Supreme Court. returns: of said election if have f
I'intinunl use of tii? of King Edwaid's physician, the coronation ; they Highest recommendations for cure of Poorness I | Mi-chanlral Ueulietry pcrtorun-d wild technical -
', One Secretary of State. i not been already forwarded to the 1 c! blood Stomach troubles and General De fcill..
:"TIIEi'S nUE lJ. : will 9.
occur August
bili'y: Increases tppetite, strengthens 1
One ( chairman of this committee.
(
mptroller. [
fi.'Ol per bottle.thcrhDoJ" I the nerves and builds up the entire 5)item.S3 imperial Httrnlmn Kl\rn: to ( lilhlren'sTet f
.' : j! Two Railroad Cccimissloners. C. B. PARKIIILL tit. . mailed free. Man Arrested May Be Merrill. .
I : One State Senator 2nd District. DAN MURPHY Chairman. rue lirnuntPARIS and ISriUgeVurk i iHl",1
RE-l'LATOIt CO.. Atlanta CaTo Salem Ore., July
i IO.-Supf'rintrp}- Two Members of the House of Renresentativts. Secretary. Mitenal I'cmpftf lit Kijuipiiii nt. ,
I dent J n T.PP of the penitentiarylast F.1'ouI ra A Co. t.
.
I i I"e.itt'ie %srot., % 1. TE'h''hnn11.: I17H.
night r from ,, One Tax Assessor.One .
: Enter Dallas.i i 1, Sheriff Thomas Roney at South Bend Tax Collector.One INSPECTORS AND CLERKS. .

i"- in.-Contracts Wash., ttating that he had a man an '! County Treasurer.

it. bv a citizEn : steering Merrill's description in jail. 'I 1 Five County Commissioners. I The following named persons have i

Hwk bland comnail I.' Three Members of the County Boardof been appointed by the Democratic! .v Wm HOP r & GO.tmtorters

: is guaranteed : Public Instruction. I| Executive Committee of Kacambfa

,. ",>r a right of way Poisoning the System. ,i 1 i i One Justice of the Peace for District dec.lion!!: These tiny Capsules superior .

1 'I" survey has ali'i I It is through the bowels that the :, No. One. ; I : to Balsam t of .
One Constable for Districts Xos. 1, 'ti\e precincts under the rules of the and OcaK-ri--
,l the road is: exrrh4 body is cleansed of impurities. Constipation !:lw.l., &nd ll'.a.lbJ81'c
., I keeps these poisons in the 3,4. 3 i, 6. j State and County Democratic Execu- They euro ic 48
into Dallas Chinese and Japanese
One Chairman: of the County Executive ;Mire Committees and the instructionsthat
headache dullness
{ system, causing .
.. s3 tKti.r
htbri'Q: months. !tIJ'.InYJDI'IIu.
land I melancholia at first, then unsightly Committee.One I will be furnished them: I
Goods
.:.d 1 '" rat Northern eruptions and finally seriousi Secretary of the County Executive I Precinct No. 1.-G. C. Clifford, Jno. S s ci 0 f4' 'Il PIUlGGISn I Fancy ,

-. > trance to Dalt i illness unless a remedy is applied. : Committee.One i\1. Rich. Sr., inspectors; R. L. Rob FINE CHINA TEAS
,
i' sufficient in- De\Vitt's Little Early Risers prevent member of the county executive erts, clerk.Precinct. ,

".' ,: within three | this trouble by stimulating the liver 'Committee in and for Precincts Nos. I No. 2.-Frank Marx, Ash 31[ South Palafox St. J

:. ,1 extension. I i and promote easy, healthy action of one to twenty inclusive. Crave}, inspectors; John Davenport Every Woman Laundry Oflice. Tensacola, FU.NOTICK. : .

the bowels.: These little pills do not The State Executive Committee has j I clerk. : :- 1S tntereek.I andfood inns -- -- -

.,' ,"' ,T'er.ts. !last violently, but by strengthening prescribed the rules and regulationsof I Precinct No. 3.-C. II. BoyottV.. J f'' alnutthesoAerfurt .
1 the bowels enable them to perform the primary for state officers, including WilKins, inspectors; C. 11. Kupfrian MiRIL 11hirGng Spray
TPBt 13 jQ The nP.larl..l hrrlorr, 1, ..eend11oW1' I have been authorized to take
the State Senator and members
their own work. Never gripe or distress clerk. subscriptions lor'm.. Jennings
usual ': Hargis' Pharmacy, John Shep- of the House of Representatives, Precinct No. 4.-S. P. Hemlrix. Mark "h It lltuv.l.WII aarn.nka ) Br .au' paper "The Coiinnouer.
t
west and the County Executive Committee Hr.rd Jr. inspectors John La n
and Kahn.i 51x11
pard Sidney ; .. tIfb" The price i<* U.OU per year in ad-
1 f irI"r. at a meeting held in the office of clerk. ll y. areaLl fur II .
"arrM1Nq'etyth vance.rnw the
I u desiring! paper
i Judge: McCullash on the 2Gth .\ W. B !M UI\ I., ft..tnoother.
"nt I i County i Precinct No. 5.- J. Busbee. but rrod for It- can have it suit to them by sending
et.tiif
T:.' i Tracey Crce: Lived in Boston.TVvton. : day of May, l'Ji'2: : provided rules and [Weaver, inspectors; II. P. Prater, 11l.". I"'II.II.I.d.IIIIV.. ... Y 11.OOto the undersigned.
regulations as follows, in accordance full I"ru ''' .1'" 111,1',1 rwnnaln-
t 1. :1t July H.-The Post today clc rk. T..,iul,UIO .Jtir., !M IHt t If t<>., H.M. ROCHE
'with the platform and regulations of Precinct No. C.-T. J. Davidson.C. a r
Care Sews
Daily
'" ': :Fn\s it is nr.rterstfod that Harry Tra- '!the State Incentive Committee for the Ilobbs, inspectors; D. M. lk uifay Hoom Sic Times Bid*.. New York

: '. ': ', c \- the Wtshinjltolo'ltlaw, was S nomination of candidates for Tax Assessor clerk.

'1-0 L, St.:: 'I] lit years ago a habitue of the Ca-! I Tax Colle tor, County Treasurer Precinct No. 7.-John llammotk JW. .

Tin:cat! 'he] street district of this city, when County Commissioners School Norris, inspectors; Ed. Campbell THE GARDEN SECTIONo

I.:.' t'.at section was one of the toughestin j Hoard and Members of the Executive ckrk.I .

TV! the city. He ;is said to have served ( Committee: I Precinct No. S.-Geo. Gibson: Bud} OFoPensacola
The Dances of the candidates for l'r"ctor. inspectors; Taylor Crabtree
limp in the prisons of this! state. I I
these different county offices and members c1Hk. Florida

| of the Executive Committee must I Product No. !9.-P. R. lc\eiU. .\. J ,
Stork Visits A ccck Home.

.,- J e",! ,., : :' \ [ ,!.'.: .. Raleigh X. ('.. July> I".-At the f>xno.ive | be used printed in said upon primary the official election ballot July to 15.bt I Cowait Precinct inspectors No. 10.-; C.\V.J.T.Ward Dick K.il K-l-'ik. Near East Hill Electric Railway- Terminus.

t-. ,"' mansion a son has been born to U"j2, and no blank lines will be left I dings, inspectors; I?. II. Bryars clf'1 k.I .

# \ "I.r.tl1)I. ( o'rnory'ork and Mrs. Ajcock. It on said ballots, and no voter will be Precinct No. 11.U.. B. Lee, L
Beautiful Lots for Sale.
I- vets Of is the first child of a governor ev'.r ;.allowed to vote for or write the nam' I Minims, inspectors; J. U. Stewart.

"' .'- '1 "'.g for ar born in the mansion. The governor 'of any candidate on the said ballot clerk.

: ..i" n of annaaverting : ,, has named the boy Frank Daniels Ay- 'unless the name of the candidate be I Precinct No. 12.-J. L. Scholia, J. r. 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord-

:.., the cock. A great many congratulationshave printed on said ballot.I Oliver inspectors; E. D. I5e ??s, clerk. ing to location and surroundings. j

''ir. orapliratlons.: been received.Six I Each person desiring to have his Precinct No. 13.-J. G. White, Sr.. ,
name printed on the primary election A. A. Fisher, inspectors; J. Emmett /
,
.dnPS of the Gool-yeighbor/
View
nevnrlre i, 'ballot as a candidate for the above i Wolfe, clerk. Exceptionally Beautiful ,

\ clearly an. Deaths from Heat. county offices and executive committee l Precinct No. H.-Jos. I. Johnson, High, Dry Fertile Lands.

: pulley! is absolute I Pittsburg. July 9.-Six deaths from shall file with the chairman of this. Dan; Kupleman, inspectors; II. C. ----- .

;i stions' concerning heat and 10 serious prostrations have county executive committee on or before i Caldwell, clerk.Precinct :
The for investment
'"i' roast. The co.i- | been reported since yesterday. In the noon hour 12 m., on the 24th I No. 13.-M. P. Palmes. grandest opportunity ever

't.at: it is not proposfiiti nearly all pros'rations the condition of day of June A. D. 1902, his notice ol Mansfield Moreno, inspectors; F.1 offered in Pensacola.
:candidacy and application in writingto Whiting clerk.Precinct .
shall reduce Us the patients is said to be serious. -
..' I.uaJluat.. i have his name so printed upon a. No. 16.-J. G. Howard C. Home Seekers Should See These Lots.

blank to be furnished by said chairman Flowers, inspectors; J. W. King.

I "I am using a box of Chamberlain's'Soma'h accompanied with a sum ol clerk.
1 ltlon Days. money, assessed by the committee as: Precinct No. 17.-K. .\. Kuhen. J. A. "V"7cTu.TD"bsCorner .
Liver Tablets find
and and
here and the chilung '; follows: I Hen'lrix inspectors; J. L. 110)t. clerk. ti li .
them the best> thing for stomach
my Each Candidate for Tax Collector Precinct No. 18.-John Gibson II. T.

out of tloors.lu.althi.'r I ever used" says T. W. Robinson, :i . . . . . .J1PO.OO' Enterkin, inspectors; J. M. Harrison, Garden and Alcaniz Streets. '
< place for Justice of the Peace. Loomis, Mich.
: Each Candidate for Tax Assessor j clerk.
'' .._
iiy! to guard against These tablets not only correct dis . . . . . . .,).00' 1 Precinct No. 19.-W. II. Trimmer S.
,:"iital to most orders of the stomach, but regulatethe 'I 1.'ood. V. C. BRENT, WM. H KNOWLK8: W. K. HYEE JK., J. H, KEKBE.President. .
open'Iv Each Candidate for County Terry Jr., inspectors; F. ,
!.i. fiiuals 1k \Vitt's liver and bowels. They are easyto Treasurer . . . . .::i.00" clerk. Vlce-Proslddnt. L'arhler An't Cashier, :
.. take and pleasant in effect. Price
for quickly stop- Each Candidate for County com. I PrE'cintt0.: 20.-G. W. McCimly.

,v log danger of seri- 2.1; cents per box. For sale by all missioner . . . . 10.00 I 'Daniel Bowman, inspectors; F. M.
For ('UI. scalds diuggibts i and medicine dealers. Each Candidate for School I Mayo. clerk. First National Bank

'-' II DVnt'sVitch Board . . . . . 10.00 C. B. PARKIIILL,
surfs, cuts anti MYERS DODOES AN Each Candidate Justice of Peace 5.00 DAN MURPHY, Chairman.

!It Johnson, Swift Each Candidate for Constable. 5.00 Secretary. 23jtf

-
.::0' for piles and Committee are not required to POLLING BOOTHS
: \aif. of counter- e
pay any assessment. | FOR THE PRIMARY. DXI"BO'rOn1WM.
I I.. !mal y', John ShepK after June 24 as possible a
Bill No. 162, A Bill to be As soon |
.ihn.WOBS H. KNOWLEB. W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT N. K. HYEB.T
list of all candidates for above-named j the polling booth designated
entitled "An Act for the protection of I' Following are D. 0. BRENT
will be printed in the news ,
positions for the primary of July 13; :
discharged employees and to prevent papers; and the chairman of the committee 1 Nix School house.
Precinct ,
MYER I'


PICKINGS FAT FROM LOBBYNo. On black the Mr.listing passage Myers and did of for the not other bill vote.in purposes.the(Senate senate after notice the of will 24th candidacy give day a of receipt received June any for and person'each ifj I' Park.Precinct Precinct 3-\\"lnllsor.Kupfrian School, Kupfrian House rmiD P({ (! ad balii: Uuwp 1 0 I h\\ ad SQI I 'i{


claims that his name has been left !1 Precinct 4-Ferry Pass Robeits'
Journal). 22june2tOA.sTOILZA i
off of the list of candidates published ; Old 1 Place. 1
172: To be entitled his claim will be rejected unless hej i Prroinct :i-Heaulah. School house irff"\Ve: draw oar own Bills of Exchange on Ortat Britain, Ireland

i:fine lobbying and to A the Kind You Hale A'KadSu! ) i. holds a receipt for same trom the | Precinct 6-Powelton. Cantonment. Germany, France, Austria Italy, Holland, Bpain, Belglcni, Ragdla, Nol J
Bean the
measure of punishment chairman. Precinct 7-Pine Barren Beef Mar way! lzweien: Denmark ami other European connirieg.
eigaa1ueThe j.1 : If a larger number Of candidates'shall ket. .. 1jlF'Vsaaels

Dieted of the same. of be announced, than were contem Precinct 8.-Crartree, Jennln s's ( Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Terms, and theli

sage the vote was: plated when the above assessment was store railroad. Obligation! Taken Payable at Port of negtiraHon! Ten or Fl/teec Dayi

Borden, Bryant Coulter, made, the committee can if they see 'I Prpclnctmuff Springs the usual after Va.. el Arrives there. i

Beer fit to do so cut down the said assess
_. me. Pirrong, Rogers, ment. The voters of the entire county i place.Precinct 10-Wardt Holland Ward DrSafAty Deposit Bores for Rent in Connection .j

Wolfe and Yancy-13. will vote on the above-named coun- blacksmith shop. I with which we have a Priva Apartment for th8U. I

.s. Bristol, Brett, Cal. That Made officers, including the chairman and i I Precinct 11-Walnut Hill, school of Rautnri. ,

.'. 'inson, Kirk, MYERS, secretary of the executive committee. hou!:(>. ;i .
except the justice of the peace and ,, -
Precinct 12: Intendencia and
-City,
'
Smith of 31st Summers '

-'I.I (Senate, Journal.) NNtIi; r rMV U jority county constables of office all, and who the the votes shall candidates receive cast for a for that ma a'!, fox.Alcaniz.Precinct 13: -City, Garden and Pala- WE WILL'FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE tw


1,s Keeps It Handy. office shall be declared the notnineel j Precinct 1 tl'atlcIlu h'!: sore Ro- c- Writ fwlay,. for our band-.
for that office. '! turn II .rat'"! '- uiiuan RF.ADmELLiIERA
of the democratic party
IsVICTORIA anti Palafox. >t wliat tatntifU .
: mana m pre flrum our > true end
!'I. red a Ions time In the event a candidate does not receive Precinct li-\Ialoney's store Inten- nimmn we m... fur "?1'I11J' be nm'iocr| of the votes cast another 1 our-.alpa.... W. plret.a.h ,re f9L' 't at-
pains' and general a majority denda and DeVilliers. parr e of a li>;Y tf. S Ioap ours l 17 rt.ubi kuu.aI
election will be held on I or r"!*!!" 'J' l>rfun : tlwir
,l1Iaril to indisosSpalilini primary Precinct 16-Pineville, the usual r rlif.rtif fcintetjf ii..hjtiid
of August. 1002 I to choose'' 0 r su.....tprrmnmaInft..t,..tot. { Rta..IHS.Rw. .
the 12th day jirrpi.
v : .
;, Verona.mo place. .. .. ..
i t.IAoi. .' ."1.1--_. .. n'iupna ram. )-aU j
I pot her to try MADE BY ACME BREWING CO.liisr between the two candidates receivingthe Precinct 17-Brent's, Spoon's blacksmith : I'I ". .t n l rr Inutiful iirmrtHii.. tothe.lr'dwio..laoal191
highest vote in the July primary.The I i 6 : buinof SoapbOFlrrr

tit-tter: !eentysieats at once andf 10-fKNT: BOTTLE 1U.KKIV ; voters of the county at large i, shop.Precinct 1SlcDa"IJ., the usual .e dtrr..1.fn.l.ireltLi cre... hats a _riiaril nla..r: ....-rn Mrl-not,_..l ai'lp ,4 l cJa! Stoy. '

TOWN.D&NNHETSSER. chairman and secretary 'i, r'i. ,1
for the .
.
shall vote VT.rmnfh .
*. reniaikm;; that place. aarsr.t .. TTfH. Bear'as I..11 I**. I ![ ". J
..
and 1.... ... plMiM eks MI sad I1 ft,. "Iwtiff, f rIK Tao '. ,
IT..t", as she has BROS of the executive committee Precinct 1!'-Molino. Ward's store .it.tupantnt.errd.r.. ta'e''n.ta.itf .ii r. 'r.e.,1: 'k d*
I MuIL" B -IWSiif forUrauf..an ''' M.'l H,
''I I handy. Do not Precinct Flomaton. CenturyCut iy
>. lit Miu1 limtranirriu. If' i -4f -
1
MS mptoms. Go AGENTS: FOR THE CELEBRATEPI Bronchitis For Twenty Years. fad.re'. :.n to-day, M r .It nee. re .. ..r..| we., &1' w a v.n l..ru, 6
t
ire: p.s .ii It >r J.mp.'w "itf ; t arrebrfor. % W tnzMyr''i. V.n. .r.-r I If your stitnach is Mrs. Minerva Smith of Danville this out and take it to any onea. .....mp' M ...' I!" 011', _-F Neal W pIISday6a: ..> ,0.! bf f ,1 I ,
will he good. Kodol I I,1 i Berp r f tohT- in a f.w day1 am IT.>re. In.-. p'.1 .'r*. f itrliTrr fro mv.ii and .. '* > smasd.la.
111., writes: "I had bronchitis for dine store or medicine dealer and tfta (r Mr.. AO.NL5 1111 CHINOS.' D\OII"1 Let", ....JlI.' lu. D.'l ...1.,.
and) strengthens Main Houe-40I -?. P.\l.ifox: streetR. twenty years and never got relief until ,.. box of Chamberlain's Stomach an I
S
Car 12Lh Pine Sts.
".'ns!; your food. Itllargis' ,, R. EJchlnil'e-Op Union DcpoP. I'used Foley's Honey and Tar Liver Tablets. The best physic. They SALVONA SOAP CO.. ST. LOUIS MO.
: : : ?
if Phar- Sold by W. A also correct disorders of the stomach.
Penacoh. Fia which is a sure cure.
0 Box 2,1. (
1 and! ?
i rosy
I P1 ):.(.; 116.2tli: l D'Alemberte, 121 South Palafox street Price 23; cents t






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I THE DAILY NEWS: PEN SAC DLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY 11.1902


ww.. : FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY
-( ------ -- : ( I) ".....
; ROUSING MEETING OFDEMOCRATIC ) (1

;_ tf Hot Weather lj You Want the Best !



: LEAGUESeveral : \: ).i .Specials. ;( *c>- 0*


i .
you WANT THE BEST, DON'T YOU ? WANT THE tib'r
I
; -AT- I. I Snot, WANT THE BEST VALU1S, AT THE BEST 1'I f n t:
the ; ",, )
Speeches on ,
Stirring: ; I ;; CONSISTENT WITH THE QUALITY YOU ARE GETTING |I'H.. ,


Issues of Campaign were Made. ::1 I: THE BIG STORE OUR WAY OF DOING BUSINESS. jt ,* .-. ,_ .'


I II I i 'I 'i WE GIVE YOU THE BEST.

iI I Linen Suiting. I

, The regular weekly meeting of the I acter of the campaign the opposition'are \ .
' making.Mr. ) For MEN'S SUiTS...... ..... ... i QXft j ; :i
Democratic League at clutter's hall I I Morgan then contrasted the ; For BOYS' SUITS .... ...... ... 171/ tft 4M YarU : r 0
t : Men's
1 last night was one of the largest and'mo methods used by the League and its ;, For LADIES' SUIT: .... ...... ... UUU I J Ladies'
opponents and closed with a rousing 1 ?
t enthusiastic: of the campaign. appeal lo the voters of Escambia I White Madras. ; : : LACE PATENT } All Over Patent i

i' Htirring epeeches! were made and county a straight to stand ticket to on the July banner 15. and vote ,i j. ;, COLORED MADRAS... ...... ... I HI I )" ] '; ,i iJ
the speakers were Jfrequsntly and | II I' For GENTS' SHIRTS...... .. .. I / tftHP. FQPfl I k "',I\\
4
i Ii- heartily applauded. John B. Jones. + For BOYS' WAISTS. .... .... .... 1 I-:) IUUU; J(11UWhite : i BOSTON TOE I 4. French Heel >
iI
One of the best speeches that gentle- : I .. >
t After the transaction of routine Goods. $2 1.$2 j! .0
man ever made was delivered by < )
business President Welles introduced John B. Jones. He expressed his J I
4 complete confidence that every man'' LACE STRIPES..... ...... ...... I ft* i ffiftr if if'V ijr ** > YVVVV
I
ii as the first! speaker, Mr. I MERCERIZED STRIPES. 41 TftflO 'aPd
the ticket would be elected ,
on League }
FANCY ..... .. .. : LUU ,
Yrank 1.. Mayes, editor of the Pen- Their opponents had failed to meet a ,REVERING8 ;

sacola Journal.Mr. single point made by the good govern-. j ; 25 Dozen Boy! Waists, Good Percale, Fast Colors..... ....25c each j : i
went forces. Mr. flyers had expressed i MEYER SHOE CO.
I Mare made an excellent ads his df-sire to discuss national and I 25 Rolls New China Mattings! Heavy Goods.. ....25 to 35c yard laid ; ) ,

dre-. Hi heart was in :this work. I state issues, but had failed to take :
advantage of the opportunity, when it- Also Plain White China Matting .
I ( I Feet Furnishers for Ca..h
He believed in Only.
good government
t i ., was offered him to meet his opponentsI Three Pieces Velvet Carpet-will Close Out at ..... .... .. ..65c yard ; :..1
., therefore he was earnestly supporting I joint discussion. The whole eftortjof i \ '
I the Myers campaign had been devoted -!, Plain Shades..... ....25c each. Dodo Shades... .....35c each. \ : 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
all the candidates endorsed by ; to defending that gentleman'srecord I, .

\I the Democratic League; and he was and attacking men on the other Oak or Cherry Poles. ......15c each. !
side who were not running for office. ': \ P. S.-Something Extra for SATURDAY Only M.
f confl Jeut the whole ticket would be He referred to the present issue ar I Odd Pair of Lace Curtains Cheap. ( j 1

! elected next Tuesday. This was not being between the corporations and I )1 .. ; : Cable Screw SHOES, 90: PAIR.
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the people, and also to the fact that i
i !merely fight for the persons eudored one faction of the democratic party in : -

A by the League. It was cou- this state is controlled by a multi : ,; YOURS TO PLEASE,
millionaire who spends most of his \,
te-t for a government of tile many ) wrwWNNmNNN.
; time in other portions of the country ) i I
a* against government of the few- and who is said to be a republican.

t of a government of the people as every Mr. Jones man concluded who believed by in calling good upon government ,1 Jtlillinm t Ioljn0on & f Ott.i i i:

against a government by the politi- to line up on next Tuesdayand I

f dan The case: had narrowed down vote the ticket straight from top ;: ,'I, ( : ;=
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to bottom and he believed they were :
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t to this: Shall we be governed by going to do so.Judge .

1 that little coterie of politicians of J. Emmet Wolfe.

the Dave Sheehan-Dau Murphy There were loud cheers for Wolfe: MRS. COSCROVE'S ONE OF MYERS' VOTES BARGAINSEVERY *

" :and that gentleman was introduced I I
' type or shall the whole people govern
He began his address by saying that AGAINST WORKINCMEN
1 Mr. Mayes made many such the League candidates were 'all sc FUNERAL TODAYThe ("
Good that the opposition could find House Bill No. 225. A bill to be en-
I pertinent points, ant he was enthuiatlcally no
fault with them and had therefore ti tied "An Act requiring employersto
t
s
applauded. trained its heaviest guns upon the privates give cause of discharge In writing
in the ranks-a fact which I funeral obsequies over the remains -
Ceo. T. Morgan. I to agents or employes when dischargedif
the both unfair and I
Damped campaign
of the late Mrs. Mary Cos- "
requested to do so. Mr. Myers
jto T. Morgan made a hummer of misleadirg. They could find nothingin
Mr. Lamar's record to attack and grove will be held this afternoon at I voted against this bill and it was
a :<'(('h. He poke in part as fo:- '
F their principal effort so far as records 5 o'clock the cortege to leave the killed in the senate. ;
concerned had to be devoted
bw wie to DAY
I (Senate Journal 1901, 1369.)
page
a defense of Mr. Myers's record. He' residence of the deceased, 500 West
I am glad to be able to adJress you dwelt some time on this record and
Gregory street, at 4:30 p. m. for St. 11(
apaiu fur several reasons. First, I en- he referred particularly to tne follow "
i., -i v talking to a representative and ing bill which Myers had supportedas Michael's church, where ceremonies !

|;; let( IIhent audience; second, I desire shown by the "record" prepared', will be held. EXECUTIVE :
; 1., grasp this opportunity to say that by Mr. Blount: I t,
i I am nut a candidate for any office at Senate Bill No. 132. "A bill to he entitled The interment will be made at St. COMMITTE MEETING

the primary on July IZ, even it I have an act to prohibit wrongful Michael's cemetery and friends of
II' (1\1.1 a large amount of gratui- combinations against workmen ana'
tcuf advertising during this campaign te punish the same." Senate Journal the deceased and surviving familyare L. FRIEDMAN & CO'S@RACKET

l'i.IjD-s.-atir.ttms advertising from a 1b W. page CG2. I respectfully invited. At the request of a majority of the
pal| I r whose news columns seem to be This bill, !>ai.1Ir. Wolfe while its:
members of the Democratic Execu
Mrs. Cosgrove was the widow of
lr. LAnanias and whose staff
-fired title sounded very nice, was intended i,
it ('orH"roneIE'ns Seem to be selected for as a direct blow at every labor organization the late John Cosgrove and is survived tive committee, and in the absenceof
t thur simple-mindedness and their gi.il.tic in the state; and S. B. A. the chairman from the county, a
by three children, Mrs. Ella I
ability to sling political! mud. N'o. 1 of this city, after the hill had meeting of said committee is hereby ;

! i shall node a few of that paper's been killed, sent an engrossed nienorial Aylward, Miss Anna Cosgrove and called to meet at the office of Hon.
('(mmf ntt'o not because 1 think my to Senator fancy, the man who
Mr. William J. T. R. in the house
Cosgrove.WYER'S McCullagh court
in this has been .
:
lwsition community
helped to kill it, thanking him for his
ft ((.tiM l Ioe hurt by its but simply "to :efforts in defeating the measure. i J annex at 8 o'clock p. m., !Saturday, ryt) STOR E.

loint a moral and adorn a tale" axrit Mr. 'rolfr..f'rred to the Myers July 12. Business of importance will
r in this paper stated une'lu \'OC street parade of Tuesday night in FREE be transacted
ally that I had voted for McKinley.This which he had counted 139: men in line.I.hasmmh I DAX MURPHY,
wan tir.rquivocahly false and in as they had previously adeitised '
aiinft-s I must say that: it was re- that they were going to lint BAND CONCERTWyer's Sec. Co.Ex. Corn

'ra(tl,I. bat in a reluctant and ungrac 11' all the Myers men in that parade
KIM manner. That writer also) saidI Fas to show people just how many: For Over Sixty: Years.

had none to Bluff Springs and drank here! were he presumed they ha.l. MRS SYI -SLow's HOOTHINS Svurp bar J1RNI VUyI V 1Wll I
tip all the beer. Now this was a lone so. but he didn't see how they free open air band concertin been used (or over sixty years by milllonsot
mothers for their children while teething, -- --
double faIHlwo'carrie 1 no sere going to carry the county with
Seville square last night was with perfect succeso. It soothes the child I II
Lea ltc, P.luff! Strings anl my friend )1:19!! men. a part of whom came from I softens the (gums allays nil paincares wind Thos. C. Watson & Co., ; J\ (\ !\J !\J, ,
1iN'W I do not drink. .\?ain that the naval reservation i' much enjoyed by hundreds of peopleof colic and U the best remedy for Inarrhoea i the leading: Real Estate Agents,take I I. 'llr'llrlllr'mr "
writer said I was a lejmlilicau in ICentucky It will relieve the poor little sufferer Im 1: all the oil the shoulders of the I \
Jas. Clarke. all classes. The popular squarewas mediately. Sold by lira fiists In every part worry I
my former home. This was of the world. Twentr-tlve cent a bottle downers( of property manage; thep
a"o'unliue.) I never scratched a President Jas. Clarke of the 1:3St'EII'I crowded with people throughout Be sore you ask; for"M rs.Wlnsluw's Sooth :; renting of their houses and the collection .
IhlI\( ratlC' ticket In my life. I hare:. Club was called for and he madea Ing Syrup,"and take no other kind. ; of their rents as conscien- .
the
1'tin \oiins 1'\' ,'r twenty years and ;always ) humorous speech which occasioned ;;i performance. ---- -- --- tiously as they would themselves. I IA
\nfi-Mi the straight democratic .ft'at nurnmcnt. lIe said the East The music rendered was on the Their charges are very reasonable. I .
I
tukft and st.-o.l high in the councils I.r.d: Club would oe found supporting ,
gal ,
u- high plane, and a rendering ofa '
\ of th democrat patty of Kentucky, the entire ticket, notwithstanding eer- '
the pasty of Carlisle, Lindsay Hl.ukbuin lain claims of the Myers people) that string of popular melodies was one 'Hotel Camden :

I t nd Kno't when that writer was he laiur would get C'J per cu.t. of of the most enjoyable of the features.\ ASK YOUR GROCER FOR .
i \\ . a ler' rxantples of his men lac'ty' and CA3IIiX, ALAISA3IA, I
Frank Johnson. .
'.. take him all In all he has iu this cam "
: written ti'm...lf down a common Coniy Commissioner Frank Johnson INVESTIGATING Is Now Open to the Public, A.A
I liar: and 1 war.t to b<> understood as was loudly called for. litre .. -

j f'l'Iill'ii :ns the word common in the same ai>i>ndec. in a brief speech saying I h., CAUSE OF WRECK under the management of ..'..,
t; I'-. .is is us-od'in the alll' ..nt statutes: l.cew they were going t'> win for set I DAILY MENUS :
t when ihrj' speak of a "("InIlHI' scoM.H ." meal reasons: ; first because they were
-!,!I., lint untruths this paper right; second because the people were MRS. S. MIMS 'I

!J.a* sorted to inini<'n>l l> anl insinuation tiled! of dirty methods; third, becauseof Tins B. Turner trainmaster of the Comprise the Up-to : _
Why it honlil) l.i so I can not the ooI'management of the earn- of Pensacola, Florida. I Date Dishes: the Markets A--
i iu ,10 rstand. It iiilht hot! fly publish Pain| ; and fourth, because of the good .welma division of the L. & N., withE. of the World q
ltklanili'r.) Only a sh.nt bane:: ao tit ht. He said three.fbiyths of the .
t B. Martin, of Martin, Ala., andC. RATES REASONABLE, i Afford ..
r alaI!!" judenvnt! was obtained against; country voters were with the league
it lv an hunore.i citizen it had slantUrfJ candidates! and l.e was satisfied the ,' B. Fitch, of Snowhill Ala., arrived By the Day, Week or Month. i ..

and a 1'w days after this julstntnt city would do its duty.President at the Ecarnbia last evening. I A.
was rendered it editorially Table Furnished with the Bet the Ladies' Private 3
rrtudly boasted of its financial irreicr.sihihty. Welles. Thee gentlemen with Superintendent Market Atlords. I _
President T. I:. Welles closed them :
and taunted the man it
had- slandered l>y asking him when t'Mng with an enthusiastic l speech, Saltmarsh have been up on Public Patronage Solicited. t Dining Parlor..." 2Ml?.
and where he exptvteJ io get thererr.ry. i in vt.i-h i he congratulated the League the Southern Alabama: line investi! A SIYRt AMD Imf ItnVI DAIrAAAiIaA TatT "
CAN BE USED WITHOUT COOKINGN06IVCSCOUAinCUnS.SM
glen the clean! campaign! : which had Free Sample Rooms I MlMl
t gating: the causes of a recent wreck ! I am also glad to a,l tress you tonight b-ci. conducted in contradiction to the CUIUTl riBBlCiHH FMSKEO tPPEAUIlCI 0*M*
ficcause I want you to "see methods df the other side. lie called occurring on that division. They Sunday Rates Made to TravelingMen. Regular Dinner Daily '
.
(;I 'ipf' -fee him alive :and '" I'll:1'!! ) atttention to the intention of the opposition did not have anything to say for the 1The '
.how you that he was not crushed bv to chance: the voters qualifications 4.
the immrnsity and indignation of that in the I'rimar-a move by public this morning. I ..

'mat mass mettfng; vociferousi:.' which it would be possible afterwardsto CRAND EXCURSION. Short Orders Promptly gj',:..

felled for some days ago by the "no>\U. throw out the vote of the county Crab nets and fishing I Filled Night or Day SL_
I las'rs Fiirfoc'! uf the Pre.;,;. I in the congressional and state courts IRr .
\I'I. want to say that I am pl'r.1 This, he said according to the general tackle to suit everybody, at -'
Ally willin to absolve the ('lassie'' consensus of opinion seemed to be the If lf,Something Good to Eat fif:
old lady of th- Press from any guilt object of the move. the Willis Hardware Co's. Best Laundry Starchon you wish you'll find It at ..

I In the matter of that resolution. No The campaign had done one thing: the Market.
cue could suppose or think that the said Captain Welles, if nothing else ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT Nick Apostle'sPopular a

writer of that editorial or any writeron and that was to bring W. A. Blount THE GARFIELD ICE CO'H.GOVERNOR'S To Mobile and New Orleans
BOILING NECESSARY.The Monday
thc Press would know th<> meaning out of his political obscurity and makea NO i. Restaurant.
Union
I spell binder of him and he was July lath leaving DepotMonday
it copsequnces I now telling the people why his associate i morning at. 11:30 o'clock
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only Starch Manufactured -
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ISLAND N. Y. sharp. Fare for round trip: To lfMMYv"
: But certainly the brilliant coterie of. corporation attorney should go :.-Sealed proposals in the South, Mobile, f l.50; to New Orleans |1.W. Y
: 'fJ gentlemen who are managing Mr to congress. The speaker reminded
in triplicate, for furnishing forage From Cantonment and Century same
campalen are not as Innocently those present that the last rally wouldbe Help Build a
Myers's and straw required in Dept. of up as Pensacola.! A special rate will be
I"t ignorant as the Press. The indictment held in the plaza Monday night ,j the East, during year ending June made from Milton to Pensacola! to I will watches .:1
I has been standing two weeks i 30, 1903, will be received here and at connect with this! excursion. Returning In repair your J. 1
f and they have not pleaded to it. They If a Man Lie to You, j places indicated in instructions issued SOUTHERN INDUSTRY leave New Orleans Wednesday Jewelry Stephens. first-class style.

.1 I have not even run out a stalking horseto And say some other salve ointment hereunder until 12 m., August! morning at 11:30 o'clock and
plead not guilty like they run out lotion, oil or alleged healer is as goodas 7, 1902. U. S. reserves! the right to Mobile Wednesday afternoon at i
. : one to father the resolution and they Bucklen's Arnica Salve tell him 1 reject or accept any or all proposalsor o'clock. Coffee and refreshmentswill buy ins
:.i have bad the effrontery to call a special thirty years of marvelous cures of any part thereof. Information be served on train returning Save 'loney yo
t l "i' meeting of the executive committee Piles Burns. Boils, Corns, Felons, furnished on application. Envelopes I Purchase tickets at ticket office furniture
I I' to try again to ram this same resolution Ulcers Cuts, Scalds. Bruises and Skin containing proposals will be en- Lay the dust. Youcanbuy For further information apply to at Marston $ Quina'sGreat

' ;. t' down the throats of democrats Eruptions prove it's the best and dorsed "Proposals for Forage and garden hose at the Willis ROBT. KINO or Furniture Empo
: r. All this and more "points a moral cheapest. 25 cents at W. A. D'Alein- StrawatJOHXSUIP80X, P. THOMAS,
r end adorns! a tale." It shows the char berte's drug store. I A. Q. M. G. 10jlt&5l2t Hardware Co. Excursion Managers rium.


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